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Kf 6 THE SON, StiNPAY, SVKE 26. 1802. - -'
B I : A ROSY OUTLOOK FOR TENNIS &' F,$ IXCItEASLXQ IN11.JIEST IS TUB CAME Miff' x.v tiim covNTitr am exolaxd. Vf PH Br. Sharp IMstylrtp; for the KlriEe Cftnnly Chattw. IPHf'ff plonahl New York and Nfw ilrraey H'fy I'lnjerti Tt, saline: lor Manor Mtriiccln H,, far Irlstll Hlipt-ensry Brentst In Carat. jH; , L for many yonri pnst thoro hnve not boon no jB' y, brlcltt hope (or Inwn (ennls as hnvo been r'-H1' : ihouii thus far this fccnson. In locnl circles Is yM this especially trup, for n numbor ot now clubs ':ffM C' hrtvo bean started, nnd "Id nnJ now nlllco tiro :H rlnnnlne fornntictlvo coiifon. Tliullstof flx- -ft (urer. both ofllclal and local. Is bolnaadilod to mU '' almost dally. In Ilrooklynths oronlnixclinm- ;H, plonslilp mntclios of thn Intor-club Iiwn . 1 Tennis Loncuo ot Klncs County nre br- SB'' , Inecontostod in tbo various courU in tlioun- mlt loclatlon ovorr Saturday nfloi noon, and oncli jMl'f ot tho clubs is maklni; rrui.iratlons (or the iB" " club tournnmonts to come. Mm Tho Manhattan Tennis Association ot New H , T York Clubs has just brouclit to a successful SM closo its opoulns handicap tournamont. wlillo Mm' ' oer in Now Jorsoy llio club cliampionnhlp jfm malchoi ot tho Inter-town Tennis I.citmio of ifW Northern Now Jersoyaio now fully underway. WM On tho Orange courts, and thoso of ooial jH I other Now Joroy clubs, nmmberh' toiirna- :!H tnontsaronow in procrcss and otliors ure bo- rJW Inc planned for tho near future. At irtaten JB ( Island, onco the homo of tctinU In this local- )mm f lty, the Interest ilnoi not seem to bn so ' stionc as usual. No doul t the chanuoln (ho (BA pin co of holding tbo championship of thu ) ast at doubles tins bad hoiihi ofiVct. At the courts of the .North hboro and Clifton 'MM Tennis club, and Miitdt Jslnnd Cricket Club, SB there has beent-omo plalng thl year, and tho BB tcasonwill voti l,u fully uudT way tlioio. A cother gratifying but is that niomlieisof tbo IB largnuthlotli! clubs Mich ns tho -MuiiIkiI t.in. i 3fl Now York, and New Jer-oy. liao bhwi moro BB jntorest In totmls than o it before. TlnOlan- BB liattnn A. C. Imt juinril tbo Mnnlmttan Ten- t nl Association: tbo .Nuv York A. ('. luixo jut IB finished a monitor's Imiidlcnp toiunamint. ( irhllotho Nuw.luixoy A. ('.will bold a niein born" tournninout on July J, in conjunction with their cntnlMilol sports. n , On tbo othur-ddo of tln Atlantic Ocean tho )mm h tonnls season Is nltoidv miiior way. Tln an- 'IbL !; pual tnurnanicnt fortbocb.uiU'ioiihlilp of ln- ' j land was recently broiiL'ht tn a MiorpfMul ;IQ I close, and the rnntosts for thn cliniupionshlp ill. I of All Knglnnd nro sot for thn week" of Juno tBj f, 27. singles, and July I. doubles. Thu IrWh !M ' ohatuplonshlpH weio enntrstod for on thn bir- B ' famed courts of tho rit7.wllllaui Club, in Dub- BB , Jin. In the B'litlumon'B.ingles theio ueio no BB fewer than twenty-eight entile1). Including tho HflBB A t.,rtkljtit ikl.ilf,kid I'laih r fe.lnti t M lfi ittlil.All .HkflBt Aiuvl It tit I i'i(iV7ina i Mt in iitiri i x. - vi 111 iiiiuiit H Marlon It Wright. II. M. Hillings, jr.. and Q JJoano Miller. Unfortunately, C,unttoll Jprained his ankle In praetislng with I- W. .owls, the holder of tbo Irish championship, a B 1 fw days before tho event, and was forced to I ; default to T. Chaitor. a clever young Irish 'II t player. Millar nml Hillings also defaulted, but , Wright played anil was beaten in tho first VI round by H. K. Harlow liy 7-0. IJ-O, il-l. Mm At the conclusion "f the round two Ilnglish- flj men and two Irishmen . lladdeley. tho wm champion of Lngland: I'. O. btoker. Krnest KW Ilenshaw, and ,1, rim were still 1,-ft to contest SB for the honor of plaving I en Is, thochnmpion. nBJ forthehandsomo silver challengo cup, valued 6 t $1150. In thusoml-llnal round Stoker tieat addeloy by 10-8, 0-4. 1 (J. (J-4. and lion IB' l ihaw beat i'im.U-1. tl-1. .'1-0. 0 '.'. In this B match tho ex-champlon played in his old-tinio form, and won with nioro cao than tho score BB shows. Tho following day Ilon-hnwdofentod H btoker In the Ileal round by 8-U U-fJ. 0-1. BBi An immonso gathering Biirroundodthe court ihe day tho championship match was contested. .owls begun playing at a terrillc nnce. (In tho BB ' other bund. Ilenshaw played ruthor wildly at first, and Lewis soon secured a commanding WW lead of tho set, which ho won liy 01. Inthosee- iJI ond sot Ilenshaw braced up considerably and f woo by 04. From this point on tho ex-eham- n lilon of England played almost perfect tennis. Efl" He won tho third and fourth si'ts. allowing. SU Lewis but thrio games In each. The full scord mm' was: Krnost Ilenshaw, chiillonger, bcutK. W. Bk , Lewis, holder, by 1 0. 11-4. 0-.'l. 0 :t. Ken- BJS abawwon ID games to his opponent's 10. and IBB - 125 points to 117 for Lewis. Tnlsis the fourth BB year that Konshuw has won tho Iiisticham- BB ' tilonshlp. his former victoiles being inlbfcCi. U. 1887, and 1888. B i, In the gontlomen's doubles, a great surprlo BB 1 was in store for the Englishmen, for 1. V. BB it Lewis and E. O. Moers. nftor playing a superb BBi -. came during the tournament nml winning BB, i first prieo by defeating tho Knglish champions. BV'- th Bnddeloy brothers. In tho llnal round BB: 1-. three sets to ono. lost to the previous holders BB ii of the championship. J. Vim and F. O. htokor. :f;. by three straight sets. 01. 8-0. 0-4. The BB' k.' fact that this mntch was played lramodlately BB'f-' ftttortho ohallenge round in tho singles, in BB;i lv- Whloh Lewis exhausted himself greatly, some-BB- -.' Whataccounts for tlodriioor showing. H- I In the mixed doubles I). O. Clayton and Miss BBij;' Martin carried oil the championship by in- BkfSv nlng In the final round from A. Uod and Miss KM L. Uod by 4-0. 0-4. O-O. 7-.r. Tlio ladles' t'.:i alngles resulted In a victory for Miss Martin, ft; who defoatod tho ox-ehamplon of England. mt, t Kiss Dod. In tho second round, by the close :- i Kore' i"A7,ii- 7,T5-, Jn t" Indies' doubles BB f .. Miss Dod and Miss Stidninn won. fi Not for manvyenrs has America been so well ,E represented abroad as this soason. Champion BKgf O. 8. Campbell is In England and will remain bFHa ontil after the English eharapionshlTs. In the mtifi doubles he will probably play with Vrnett m-m Benshaw. H. M. Ililllngs. Jr., Deano Millor. BjAgiM na Marlon R. Wright nro also on the other ML I J,,?.a-nt, wl" Probably play at Wimbledon. Bv I " Af-lth 'our representatives abroad and one of Jll i tfiem champion. America's reputation nt LM-i.-' wnnls should not Buffer. Wt'S 'Commencing on Wednesday. June 20, tho i Orango Lawn Tonnls Cluii will hold thlr nn- Dual tournament for tho championship ot tho ,t Middle btntes nt Montroso station, lliisi-veut M. Iia beon lipid for n numbor of vears by the St. - 24 Ooorgo Cricket Club, but as they did not c.iro )tJ to continue it this spring, and tho challongo t' cup representing tho championship of New -X (Jersey has been won permanently by Clnrenco . ," Hobart. the Ornngo club decided to let tho lat- - tr title die out and hold tho Mlddlo Mntos championship In its place. In ladles' singles. f r however, the Now Jersoy Challenge Cup lias & not ret been lost to competition, though It , probably wl I bo this year, lor Miss L'ahlll j ; holds tho title, having won it two yours ini suo- ? fesslon.niid unless slio Is hoaton tlilshummor j ', It will become her nrlvnto property, w a The record of the Jliddle.Stati'schampIon- Jf ,' hlp trophy Is a long nml interesting one. It v was tlrst offered In 188U. and won by It. L. rf i rSyJlISW iwl,?r "'00" It again In 1887. V V IP.lBt?j'ii.,1' JffMu Men won the clmmpion- ? ' !j"fs uut ",0 following j ear was beaten by b fc S5wVnA' i)lor. who successfully dofended It III 1800. Ijist year, however. Iio was In i Luropeat thotlmejl was plajod for. and do- At faulted toCharlesL anlls. who hud wmi tho J i tournament. .Tho winner at Orange, there & k, fore, next week will bo r.viulriil to play S-inds r) iorV!'cup;, (?t'nt,om,cn s doublos nml nil.d t t doubles will also bo played. All matehob will - S ?..ai,,ttyiR,n,l,r?!JM,,Rt "XC'Vt In the final i W rounds or the gentlemen's oents, wliieh will ,'H ! bet M'.W.''! "" h(,,s- I'ntnes close to- n,7; njnrrpw with It. A. Orlflln, Secretary, 5(1 Wall b Btniet. Now nrlc city, and must bo aecom- m panled by n feo of iJ lor singlos and 4 n L team for doubles, Wk. iTno "rst. S,nnu'l ron tournnnient of tho Bi Ampersand Tonnls Club will lo hold on the ? grounds of the club, nt lintel Amnersniul, , U) Boranap I-nke, on July 1. 2. mid I. Tlilstoin- i'l nament was scheduled by the Executive Cum- f E.U!eelof 'Tl10 U;,;S- !- '' A- for the week 1,- Mglnnlng Juney7. Tho events will be gentle- 1; piona singles and doubles and nii.oddou les, IBM in which tlrst prizes will be given to the value ? o'7S. riaywlllcomrnenee each morning nt 'Mi iP:MociPc: Lntrlos eloo on June HO. with I,' George E. Bhepnrd. secretary. Hotel Ampei- 1 i' fn.rt.' AraPPrsand. N. V. Thn entranco feo will j l 81 tor singles and $2 a team for doubles. ,' Mtlt. rUASDUI.lC'i FAMILY. nw Ob Man IIhh Hooded the Trzm . , 2 C'cnau. r s " ,s. fAX Antokio. Tex., Juno 2a Tho most ro- i murkablo orally In Toxns Is that of Frank J. iFrnndollg. a farmer living near Ituckpoit on , tho Quit coast soutli of this city. Mr. l'rando- ' j He was born In Vienna, Austria, soventy-two years ago, and man led in that city whon HI J, Teorsof ago a girl of 14 years. Tluxnuilo ; 5 came to Toxas lllty-four yeais ngu. and Mr. '- J yrandpllg has lived In this pnit of tlio Statu ii i irer "i'R?S JU? 'Jf" ,v,f,,, nm' I've, children f S trere kl led by Indians. Mrs. Kramlollg liaving f jMven birth to sixteen children. .Mr. i'randollg ., then marrlod n girl 10 yoorsof ago. with whom , J he l still living, and has beon blessed by sev- , yuteen children, making his progeny thirty- L j three in all, twenty-sevon of whom aro still t i nlive. He has a84granirt!hlilren nml fourteen S1 S great-grandohlldren. Mr. Frnndollg Is i.x ' , J feet one Inch tall andstandsaHiiii-etnsagron- i nd er. wmou in his section of country nro . n.;ii to stand before him In a contest, us many i r jy-s s u iiut-hondod nolghbor can testify. ,' 'rbt Bllnt an Thtlr Way lo Ilnr Hnrbor, , Jf Hosiox June 24.-Tlie Hon. .Tamos 0. Ulalno. j H jocompanled by his wife and Miss Harriet ( i, JJJalno, arrived at tho Uobton nml Albany dopot J I : 'n'5 Rllernoon, on his wa homo after the 1 If f iUnr.il "V11" b1n' TI,oy w(,ro drh en to Voting's I V il?nb' wt,""'othoy took dinner privately, and - !l Jfc'nr h?,'"!1 " 'arrliigo for, tho Eastern t W. lffl,V,, eWll,L' nn ,h" '"'lock train for liar l V' J!Hn..,,niH'.,UMW,'ff motnt ll"! tral n'l "e- ! & nTn'w".'1 .'".""Mnrboruy .Mr. lllalno's son- I KilSrosUl!. ll,lu-hu''-' 3''. a'"' 31tt. Walter '! i I hne'wi?,! ynn.ntliy woro niado by tho i ,0n who locognlzedthopaity. IS . ,. HPrt, Hnn-lr. unit Huiuractloa j tFmijpMn Wb(b a" r..D.mU Ball. L . ? yisir ToitK aiu'Iia't.t pArxutxiB. The Principal Hnlerlnl Coniea from a, lke nl l'lleb on TrlnUnd laland. Asphnlt paving haB beon subjected to care ful and oxtenslvo oxnmlnntlon undortho di rection ot Commissioner Ollroy of tho Bo pnrtment of rubllo Woiks. the nocd of a clean, smooth, und nolsoloss pavoment In streets of light tralTIo hnlng beon fully appreciated. The requirements limit tho cholco to wood and asphalt, and. as thn oxporlenco with wood paving from 180) to 1871! showod that wood Isumultablototho conditions of ourcllmnto nml trufllc, attention was directed almost' solely lo asphalt. It Is admlltod that fort heaxy trnfllo granlto blocks on proper foundations form the best pavement. Whon It was decided three yoars ago to uso asphalt pnlng In MrcolB of light traffic tho Coinmls sloner took ndvuntngo of tho expoilences of European cltloi In using rock asphalt and of Washington mid lltilTalo In using Trinidad asphalt. Out of sixty-four strcots that have bom paved with nsphalt In tho past tl.rotf yoats, lllty-slx liave not rooutrod ropnlrs. four needed somo repalin. and four provod to bo bud In sidlo ot repairs, tbo material hnxlng been unsuitable 'iho bad pavoment was re newed subsequently with proper material. Tho standard to?t of asphalt at Mist was tbo purity of the bllumon. but oxporieneo showod later that othor prnportles and iiualltlos wcro required to tnnko the best asphnlt. Tho uso of eld stono-block pavements ns foundations foi asphalt surface has been successful. It Is cheaper than to remmo the old pnvemont and layconcroto foundations. Tho Commissioner s.ild In a report to tho Uoatd of I'.MImato and Al'), ltlonmont that tho oll pavement pro dueesa suiouth, linn, and lastlni: pavement, witluitit lisle of slulnkago In tbo loun datlon. which hns becomo soltlod and solldillod by many years' weir and action of uatiiie, and that the nsphalt pavement can bo laid expeditiously and without the de la) s Mill obstructions that mo caused when mi eld pnenn nt has to lo reiuoed and the roadbed exe.iMited and graded. His conclu sions uio that, except in a few instances, tho nsphalt pinemeiits lino met overy ox ptet.itlon mid requirement: Hint no other known p.neuieut combines In thu sumo de gree the requisites tor residential stieets: tli.it tbo cost of const motion, with guarantee, of luiiliitoiiiinei for lllteen )enrs. is luss than the original eotof ,i gianlto block pnvoment. and that toe puu-iuctits aro laid and tnnln tained In this city at u cheaper late thun those laid 111 any ot tho European cities. After il lind beon dlscoered that the pave ments In four of llm stieets wero unsuitable, tho Commissioner decided to Investigate and test matotl.ib' more thoroughly, mid he sent Consulting Engineer Towlo to '1 rliildail, ono of the est India islands, to Inspect tlio asphalt l.iko there and examine tho ilopolts mid met boo ot mining, that being tlio chief source of supply. A report of the investiga tion was submitted recently, nml it contains facts that should bo inteiestiug to everybody who lias eer watched tho process ot paving. Although asphalt is found in different baits of Tiiuidad.lt is found in sulllclent quantity for commeree.or of aqualltvsuitablofor street pnvoment-. only in the district of En Urea (tho pitch), where tho wonderful Pitch Lake lo. with deposits ot lion pitch and bind pitch, so called, on tlio slope between the lake nml tho (itilf of Pnrln. Tlio lake is about a mile from the sea at an elevation of l.'W foet. Its area Is about lift neres. and its shape is almost cir cular, with well-dehnod outlines. Itiisurfnco has an inclination of a few Inches in ono dliectlon. sulllclent to drain olT rainfalls, anil n fall ot a few Inches from the centre toward all sides, irregular, oval shiipod, flattened doiniiS form thn surface and nro separated by channels of wator a few feet In width mid a few Inches iu depth 8ov t,ral small Islands comprising from lift y to sixty neres aro scattered oor tho surface with sullicient de th of soil on top of the pitch to suiiport a growth of treos of considerable size. The color of the lako Is a dark chocolate brown, and Engineer! 1'owlo says t li.it fit looks iiko a Intel) of big mushrooms llattonod out and Ptcsscd eloselj together and sepaiated only by tho narrow cliaiineN of water. In a spacsever.il hundred feet snuoro in tho centre of tho lako Is soft, liquid asphalt, known us Hoillng isprlng. The appearanco nt boiling is duo totlieesciu o of largo olunies of Mil phuietted hydrogen gas. which keeps the liquid agitated vloluntly. Tho notion Hint tho spiing Is thn source of supply is erroneous. Mr. Towlo says. It is tlio last of the asplialtlo deposits, and is ngos more recont than the do posits known as Iron pitch and land pitch on tho slope, and more lucent than tlio solid part of the lake, proving that the hike never overflowed to form tho deposits oulBide of it. Geologists diller on tho question in regard to it common origin of tho different asphalts found on the Island. The local (iovrrnuient geologists hnlee thnt tho asphalts -iro of vegetable origin nndnro formed In tho same way as pent and en il. mid ino-t geologists agree with them. Otheisas seitthat the usphalts ato of olcanio origin, and somo believe that the source Is to bo found on tlio mainland of South America oppo:dte. where vast deposits hmo been found. Tho lake's surface can support tho woight of loaded carts. Tboasphalt Is mined with ph-ks to it depth of about tbreo feet, loaded into carts nml hnulod to tho shoro for shlpmont. A singular peculiarity Is that tho pits made diirii.g the day 1111 up during the night. That I" duo to the great viscosity of tlio asphalt, distinguishing it from thn other deposits on tlio island. On tho s'npe toward tho sea and undortho sea nro vast deposits of Iron pitch and hind pitch.with a covering of earth so oral feet iu deptli that supports n dense tropical forest growth. The streets and houses of tho village of La Ilioa rest on tho pitch. Tho iisnhiilts forming thn deposits vary In color from gray to black. Iron pitch is hard, brittle, and almost black In color, and Is In compact mnsses of detachod deposits. Land pitch has moreorlessdiit anil foreign matter andinrles In color. 1 hn dunosits aro so extensive that both kinds of asphalt can bo mined In the village stieetsand plots. If a villager does not caro to work for somebody else hn can go nut ot thu back door of his cabin mid dig out pitch in his yard. Pel naps ho can make enougfi that way to Hie on: il not ho can llnd plenty ot work on the roadside between the illageand tho lako, the deposits being on both sides. Somo vil lagers have becomo rich enough toownsev cial plots that they lease to others. Tho nsphalt is piled in heaps on thn shoro and car ried in boats to vessels, shipments I oing nlmoit exclusively to tho I'nlted State". Whon exnaiationsnro mndoln thn deposits of Iron pitch nml land pitch thn walls do not run In andiillthem. Oi.lytlie angles and piojoctlons mo rounded oft mid softened by thostiu. Aecnidlngto an nnahsls of samples of tho deposits the dllleieneo In the bitumen is. "1.80 per cunt., the difloraucn in thesoltonlng points being as great as UW. In iisplmltb' oil the dif feience is. 'I.H8 nr cent, 'iho dliroronres nro I!1 ,,",0,r,.of "m hiko asphalt, which requires the addition of less lespluum oil in tho propo sition of iisplultie cement for iinvoinenls. Lake asphalt is tho standard ruqiilrod by the specillcatlons fo-nsphiilt pavements iu Vnh Ington. und Engineer Towlo suggests that It bo innile tbohtiiidiud of quality in this city. A-phalt. beluga iion-ab-orl ent material. Is or sanitary leisons nn nveellont pavement. In wet weather horses were llaole to slip on It. iislirmei y eoiiftiucted. but that defect has oi ii remedied In a men. lire. Tbo surface I elngsllgbtlv elastic, thn limbs of horses re ceieles shoei, than ou a hmd surluee. lor p.ning. I'lih d.idasph.ill is mixed with other innteilrils lor New Wk- pinei-icnts auns pb utieimieiit Is nuiniifnetiireii, composed of iisph.ill mid peliolniiiii oil in the proportion of ion i nils of uspha't to lo or 'M parts of ii i "-,.'. 0,. !-'u P',r1' of cement iir adi ed ,0 to 8.1 nuts of fine sand ninl .. to l.i parts of pulvorlzcd carbonato of lime. The mud and cement nro licited separatelv to about :)Ul). The caibonate of line, while cold. Is mleil with hot und. and both aio combined with the cement at the re quited temperature. The mixture, whonnta temperature ot2.r)0Msspr,idoertl)(ifouiida thm to such a depth th.it after compression It willhneathlcknessoftwo Inches, 'iho sur face Is compressed i,y lund r.dlors. after which a small iiumit ty of hydraulic cement ii Hwent over It. 'I lion ltl empre-sod by rollers foi I vohoiiison oi.ry l.Oon yards of surface, Otlierasphalis besides Tiinldad asphalt aro used In soino cities. Natural nsphalt nek Is mined at Seyss . France : Au Tiavers. Switzerland; er Uh hie, nermnny. nndither foielgji countries, and in .southern ( allfornla am Kentucky. The loielgn varietbh gen ei ally tire of limestone torn ation, but thn do. posits that haye been dlscoiered in this eoiin trvareof smiilstiiiin foihintinn. The natural rock asphalt does n t lequire tin. inKtu " if other substances for paung. The roelt li crushed oi powoered, i faced fn rortable heat ers, mid raised to a tempcralu'ro of () to J.ii . which softens tho bitumen. Whllo hot It Is spread over the fo in.lntlon nnd co n-presM-d. so that tlio molecules unite. Tho rnasB when co d hnsthe et-sentlal nualltlPH Ar the original rock. The surf'.coVloTs not offer so good n footing forhorsesnsthnt of Trinidad payemon . becaiiso Its body Is o Vmootli. 1 a palpable limestone. '"woiu. iiu Vrul Unlnre for Hie nEi)u, (Mil lit ntlmltlph , llnrtl. Peter J. Costlgnti. who resides nt Jlurllngton. hml a curious mid dls.ign e.ibh, .Np" ri "ifi:," a few days ugo, Ills louse is fcltuiitid at th roar of tho freight yard of lhu pinniylMn a Jv. fiv1iV',,V1'',,ljl','k 0i' "'" linusolJ about twenU-Iholeet f iom a he.uy buuipernt tlio end ot. n. of the oleinted tin U. A tr" III of long stock ens loaded with ealiei was run upon t hi track with such lor,,. that ubo it half I u car ,iide, will, wildly te.riileil !l ! o! ceded over tin. bumpers uei ,ss th Inlerveu lug spneo mid int.. the ( Migin inmislon. fn'rir,'ii,,!uilli,c-in.ll,0''f V"1 '"' l ' fainilyall got badly tangled upfoni moment or so, until Iho hitler iccoveied from their suiprise. lortiinalely.no one was hurt, with th exception of iwocalies. and a luigeforco of workmen repaired tho damage in the ooursa I of alow hours. t A rmncnstAN roxDBnBD, Seoraad Tradltloa. aad Hhotved Fn'ks How In Caleb. Mucklnmv Trout. "TrolllnB for Sracklnaw trout has lone been a favorite sport on Lake Michigan," said a former resident ot TravorsnCity," butnover havo the fishermen nnglod with suoh unlvorsal success mi thoyare doing this soason. This Inercaso in the catch of Maoklnaw trout by trolling Is not becauso there aro mors fish on tho fishing grounds than during provious sea tons, for tho naturol Infcronco would te that thoro nro less, but It Is due to a happy thought of an obsorvant angler, ono ot the mnny who haie spent long and fruttloss hours on tho lake trailing the troll according to old-time methods. From time out ot mind Mackinaw trout hnvo hecn flshod lor with a slender, mlnnow-shnpcd troll, bo made that it will whirl rapidly when drawn through tho water, and fastoned to a staring white line ntmostns big around as a bono netting noodle. Pomo few flshonnon had contondod for years that this line, Us stzo nnd whiteness tntonsilled by refraction In the wator, was a inennco to tho fish nnd something to bo suspoclod nnd shunned, especially by so shy nnd wnry n fish ns tho Mackinaw trout. They held thnt It was only tho most skilful nnd Btrnteglc anglers who succeeded In manipulating this conspicuous tackle with anything like satisfactory effect on the fish. Tho trolling lino wns n good deal liko n scarecrow in n cornflold. they nid, of which tho crows aro nil suspicious, but tho presence of which tomo tnombors of the flock wllltnko tho chances ot dotylng, except that the crows never suffer dnmngo from braving tho scarecrow, while the oveiconfldont trout who defy tho suspicious llsli lino usually pay for their ilotUnce wh h their lives. "Hut still tho llshermen clung to tho big white line. Tholr fathers and thotr grand fathers had been sntlslleilthat it was tho Prop er thing, nnd who should say that they knew better than their fathers nnd their grand fathers .' There hnppened lo be, though, a fisherman out there whose father nnd grand father had never fished for Mackinaw trout, who consequently had no family tradition In the matter to keep embalmed, nnd who, more over, had long trolled In vain ror trout with a lino whose blanched trail ho could fol low with his eyo from boat to troll, almost like n long chalk marl: in thn water. This fisherman wasn't lowing a boat and drngglng .'100 foet of lino nil day just to show respect for tradition. What ho wanted was trout. Bn ho snt down nnd pon dered. Tho leslilt of his pondering was his nppearnnee on tho lako this season with his tisunl troll, but without tho big white lino. In plncnof that ho had a lino of line, but exceed ingly strong copper wlro. This was absolutely Invisible In tho water, nnd when lei out with the troll carried no warning to tlio Mackinaw trout's watchful oyo. The result was that In stead of this Irreverent but thoughtful fisher man coming In without n fish, as Inst soason. ho rowed ashore with a boat load of the biggest trout that angler lind over Innded. Then fol lowed n run on copper wire. Tho whito cnblo line ot the fathers was cast aside to becomo clothes line, and the fishing that Travnrso liny and other Mackinaw trout grounds havo yielded since tho introduction of the Invlslblo coppor wlro has siinplv made thn llshermen wild. The bonos of their forefathers am probably rattling In the grave but they don't make clatter enough to scam tho trout nwny from tho now tackle, and Mackinaw trout Hail ing is being really enjoyed for tho first tinio in Its history, nt least on Traverse Bay. "If tho Mackinaw trout could bollshodfor with n light rod nnd tackle, ns snlinon are. the title of tho salmon as king of gnmo llsli would fall at once. This trout Is strongor than tho salmon, of greater aorago weight equally ns tactful, and as Hereon fighter ns tho muskal longe. A bout with n Mackinaw trout at tho end of a hundred feet of lino on n supple split sbainboo rod would givo the sturdiest salmon llsherman enough work to satisfy him for a day. Elghtoen. "JO. and even 'T pounders nro by no means uncommon, nnd :iO-poundors nro frequent enough to exeito no moro than ordi nary comment, liuttbo Mackinaw trout, liko the salmon trout, isn't built for fine tackle, nnd If you want him you must work thn onrs of a boat faithfully, nnd trail your whirling troll nt tho ond ot 2W) or .'100 feot of lino in from f0 to 100 foet of water. Sometimes tho fisherman ties his line to his leg as ho rows his boat, but thn usual stlo is to hold it in Ills mouth or it was when the linen lines worn used. It isn't likely tho llsherman will hold the copper wiro in Ills mouth. "There Is no mistaking the Btriko of n Mnokinnw trout on th troll, and tho instant ho makes It all other business must bo subordi nated to that ol lauding him. In thonpressivB lailaiiconf tho fisherman, he must (." knp' n-goin. It Is no easy matter to keep n 20 pound Mackinaw trout u-goln'. nnd tho Inex perienced angler will And that the first thing ho knows the trout will bo keopln' him n-goln . If tho fish cuts the loast bit or slack lino ho will turn and dash away, sometimes actually nulling tho bo it around If 'not towing it. Onco headed away from tho fisherman ho rarely falls to brenk the hook's hold. Tho fisherman who can keep his fish n-goin' ns he hauls in line hand oior hand mnyget It along side or within spoaring or shooting distnncn In thn course of ten or fifteen minute. They nover tnko tho risk oven of gaffing n big Mackinaw trout. Somo llshermen carry rc vohors of largo calihrc. and whon they havo hauled their llsli alongside, or within snTo range, shoot him through the lipiui and put tho fight beyond nil nuostlon. Others Bpeur their catch with barb-tined gigs." TALE'S sEXion nosort ZIST. Blcmbera of tlie Clnaa or 'OS Who IIbts Won Well Knrned IHbiIqcMod. New Haven. Conu.. Jun 2,". The "honor list" of tho graduating class of Vnlo was this morning mnde public Tho numbor Is quito small. Indicating only a moderate standard of scholarship obtained by tho class as a whole. The list follows: rhlloiorlilcal Omtloni-J. W Inirerioll. Mr nno, lit; J. II liutcMn. Loi AllgetM, Tut.: C. L. Kltrhtl. Nrtr Iln, Cmin.i W. II. noitey, Livonia, J. V.; Percy FJndtty. Jiemphli. Teim ; C. l Ibiy, New Haven, ronn. lltKh Oration C. J. Bartlett. Ilartoo Landing, Vt : K. fl. Bronson. orwlc'i, Conn ; O. II. dirty, Cleveland, O, ; J, II. Ki.oi. EiMinn. l'a : 0 A. Scliumnker. I'arltii. s. V: (J. B. bean, llrnoUjn. N. V; A. K. Rbatr, Walla born, I'a ; J. i:. Wlieeler, New Haven. Conn.; A. L. Wbllnker. Walliwcronl. Conn. Oralioni-ll. o. Abbe. Hartford. Conn: O. II. riifc, CoiPiKtoii, Ky.: Abraiiaui Jleyi-r, Chicago; n. I!. Mtlliuil. Knrhrrter. N, V.: J. A. Mnnre. Norwich, x, y fl. i;,-1.")",, l.'amton. III : II. T I'ltkin, I'liil i.lelpbin. W.ll. Itotkerellor. .New io.k rlly, A.I'. Sha, Halj. born. P,i.. M, ',. stealer. Il.oll nine. llu-rtatlniuA, H. Ilnrnrl. llrKIul. Conn ; It S. Col Inn. Hrnukljn, N. V ; It. h EkkIiihIiui, K. K. Ilalldran. iiinna III: II. W I.urc, scrnt,Mi. 1'j : i; ... -nnlnirn. hilillton N , II E. slock in WallliiL'f.inl. Loon.; Juliu WheeliT. I'liirairn; C I. Wooilln. prlntol. .H.r" Ill'lV'ti-'k-C. W Aiiatui. MiiniT.1. Conn.: K C. Illihon llifilireiirl. Cinili : II It, How era. Manihmter. Ji II : llowrlli henny..soulli Mamliiitrr; K II I'Meney. Niulll Maurlieslrr: A b. lut. Wenlbnriiiii-h. Mai : I. . I rnyia. W.t llanrnnl. i'iiuii . W M.i,uIIh. . nrkclti; I'h. IliUht llriiokhn N v.; W. h. Ha.v. well l,ii ralinnntli. Mt , K W Ilinrklt-. Ctnidnnall. .'' ' ..h",?r,' 'JP ,'1"1"' N Y:l1 lb Iien.dy.sr.i ""!!?. . " ," '" nriiuic'i llarihdiurir. Pa., llinrn yo.l .MulUll I hirletlmi s i-; w i;. Illl. SI. lo'lU. hi: 1. I.bnjdniker, Clilcaico, W.ll W right. HutTa o, se.ond nianutei-ii. I.. Armttrenir. New LonJon. Ioiiii: Ml. Hurt. (.'Uinin. m, I) . a. i. Illnuley l.oni ion. Mi. , w I'. Kl.h. Unilri. N V, CI! llnlJeii, rhb CJtro; (I. II. llollMer, lluthrrloril N J.; C I. l'w"A Orainre, N J. a T I.owi limiuiKn, Minn , Arlliuf irmV'-'J'S""1! J "'' Sllrk. H.ni.hl; le ill.: I, M .Moodl .Sew Halm. (Yliti.; Il, (. n'limi. i1."' ,','!' '';", "" : b.it 1'iirker. Albuny. N. y.: J'; II. II. Uebater. llrnoklvn, K . C. T '.Un-low JJsirrinn.N.y.: P. n. Woodruir. Ntw VorV chyj w V I li. wlwk cits: B. P. Iloiu.icr. niiiriniiaii n : J I. Luirrenre, New flaien. Conn ; I. 11. Mocray. Hay H ore N. V; A. C. llrrlik. St. Loul.. Mo ; K .1. Price Brooklyn. N. Y.l A. C. William.. Ilartlnrd Conn. second CotMulea-ll. Mli iKer, iloiinn; (t. II. Ilron. on. Itye. N. v.: A. II Cliacf. Iludioti. N. V.i P. n c ark Auburn, s. V ; c L. Corr. Brookljn. S. V.i W. n. Kraii' bn. Uiucailer. I'a ; 1'iene Jav. .Sew York cllr: & K McAlllaiar.M. Joiepb. Hn ; II. W. Teane. Clewland o II. B Ratbbone. Albany. X. V.; .V. O. Wuuteuiore Kyi' . i. The Amerlcuu Tcnula Chnuploa I.oaen In lloiiltlev. I.ondox, June 25. At tho Ileckenhnm tennis tournnnient to-day II. and V. Unddelcy bent Il.irlowanilCuiupbell by 5-7, II-'.'. il-.'l, Tlio weather w.is flne.nnil therowiis a Itrillittnt and fasliloiiabluasseiDbl.ige, PIANOS For Cash or Installments. mem'!.';' Ll """ '. BIUO. payable S3 abVSViVn!!,'!,"1 """"Sca.b.or .llo.pay. A .Ijoci. ilalriUKnl ITI Its," I nrluht nrarlv nr w a,;: i ,, r 830i ,,, .pii'i, no ,iiiVy? r IjOi.il.rr ni ...nnd hand pi.no, ' V",ulVly loir prlivaiuul raileil lermnnr liajinenl ""'""I i Aaloolandco.erirlvcn wlili each piano. HORACE WATERS & CO. 134 Fifth Av., near 18th St. Designers and Manufacturers of Open Fireplaces, z- Q Wood Mantels QV Tiles ( wkt have just ir' added a large number of newly and tastefully designed Wood Mantels to our already, large assort ment, suitable for the modern city and country residences. Warcrooms, 28 & 30 W.23d St. Factories, 526. 528 & 530 West 25th St. aviso 10 this troiiLvs I'Ain. An Old-time Wbnlrr to he Takra Throne'' the tannU to Cltlcnco. MosmtKii.. Juno 24, A curious craft, with an Interesting history, arrived in port to-day, on horwnyto Chlcnco. Tho Trocrcss, which Is tho name of tho curious vessel, is an old whnlor. Bho is ot 358 tons burden nnd was built at Westerly, a I., in 1843. Bhe was christened tho Charlos 1'holps, and wns owned byCharle3 1'. Williams until 18'Jl. when she was sold to tho United Stntos Qovornment for a storo ship, and was used as such during the civil war. In 18U5 sho was sold by tho Govern ment at auction nnd bocamo tho pronerty ot William O. Hrownoll of Now Bedford, Mass. Bhe was fitted for the Arctic under command of Cant. James Dowden. and continued In this business until she was laid up. The l'rocross was one of tho five ships which In 1H7I, at tho tlnin or the memorable, disaster to the whallne fleet in which thtrty-throo ships wero nbandonod, brouclit back I.'JIKJ ofllcors and mon tieloncini: to tlio wrocked vessels. At one tlmo she was in the teo Hoos for forty-six hours, nml her oomnrun'or ex pected her to bo crushed to plecos. The vessel proved a prolltnblo Investment tor her owners durincone oymroof llvo seasons to tho Arctic, clearinsr over $'J0D.()00 tor them. Mio bus beon laid up at Now lledford for tho last ten years, but Is still a stanch, sea worthy vessel. As sho stands now tho l'rocross is fully rltrued nnd sparred. Her water lino Is painted brick red. and hor deck house, boat house, and davits aro painted white. Hor cabins and stnto rooms nro thor ouehly renovated and urulned In oak, Sho Is supplied with aeomploto whalliiK equipment, nnd will bo exhibited nt tho World's Fair so that people of to-day may see what manner ot craft tho hardy mariners of fifty yours uco Worn In the habit otsaillm; tho Arctic seas. Anionc tho many nrtleleson board are whalo fins ohtainod by n Captain who wns lost in thn torriblo disuster of 1H71. l'olar bear skins, and a valuable sot of plcturos tnkon by n man who rn In ono ot tho ill-fated ships and was saved nnd carried olchty miles ncross tho Ico to tho vessels in open wator. Tlio old vcsol is at present commanded by Cart. OlfTord. Bho will co into dry dock here to havo her keel tnkon off, so that sho can pass throuch tho canals. FIto Year for FlosKtitK Boy to Death Willi at Poker. Yiboqua. Wis., Juno 25. James Slareon Allen was yesterday sentenced by Judee New man to llvo years In Stato prison for killlnc Bert Caucutt a pupil, whito flocuins him with a stove poker for a trifling misdemeanor. Flillmlelpbla't) line Pen Mnt Uo. Fromtfn l'Mlal'1phi Tlmte. All hoes nro to bo banished from within tho elty limits by tbo 1st of next January. Mich was tho decision readied by tlio Hoard of Health yesterday at the end of a lone dis cussion over several complaints lodged uguliibt the ptcEories. The I.lut or Referee.. Theio refereea were appointed lu caaei la the Btatt courts lu Ibta city lait eek: remans court By rrtriiKn, Jim'J 1'ar. il'ii.-', ail Jirjt TP1t o4 I'at'eit m. Dartiart. Leuman Cbarlei II. Pantol. liy JwlQt AivlrtitM. Monanan avt Monahan John n Judge. Matter ot the orient Mutual In- iirance Compuny . . . John E. Ward. Farmera' Loan and Trust Co.art. parka E. T. Wood. IIIUoli airt. McMauu. T. It. Husted Hue kley airt. Mriiflwn . . Sidney llurrla. beatlirr .Manufai'turcra' National llankant Jlilair. ... John K.Ward. Matter of While J. W. r'arqilhar. Morris airt tie, .Mayor I'. A. Jackson Mutual Lite In.. Co.nrt. Moj.I Thorn la l. Husted. Karney avt. llaker .. Wllliiuu .N Armstrong. Kejnoldn airt. Thompson.. . ,K T. v Waisu ac Mrrille hustaie Conway. Waiter ot thenarda (.1 ben M. .-pler.Jr. Pock ant. Hoik John I Waul. MrAlpin nit. McManua M J. Mulqueea. Paiir. al. Iiaile MauTaie Cox. Matter of the .S'. V. City Holt and N Co John II. Judge. Piy airt Harrison John II. .Indue. Lftwta aut. Auld L'UrcnceW. Krancla. Cltlrens' tallij;s Ilant agt.Wbis- I'-n n. F. Sterllnir. Jones agt. Ileruheimer. . .. William II. Wllhi. lty Jujijt leeirS, Ewlna-agt. Van Rsnnselaer Auirnst C. nroirn. 1'olllon airt. I'.aso Auirnst C Drown. ("omyns act. inker I . V. T Oliver. Kauluiauact. Iluying Kd. 1. Pctiell. Ily Juilje njro.'ini. Matter of Fergus n Rolltn M. Morgan. lly Jujji Ttuot. Lane agt. Wheelwright . Illiroal D. Woodward. coikt or tornio nail. , , tlyJwtjt II J ttartr Frank agt. Hermann Henry E. nowlani. Malter ot Mcoll Charles A. Itunw. . .. DiJ.t,cllM,or. Macy agt. Myers I ouls F. Doylo. sirasioa corar. n- ,. ,. tol Jv-la' M'A Inm. Wall agt. Wall Michael Jacobs. Viisaagt. Rohlnson... Charles It HurrllL A LEAP IN THE DARK Is committed every tlmo ap&tlent Is credulous enough to swallow doses that may act like "a bull In a china shop." but will novor euro. Na ture does not liko thnt kind of u'sNtnnco. My discovery hns long ago emerged from Its ex perimental stage, and rational pooplo comoto mo and got cured of chronic dlseaso pro nounced incurnblo by tho "regulars." That fact Is attosted by hundreds of references of the highest character In this city. Iloro aro two of thorn. CUMBERLAND CLASH CO.. ) Cumberland. Mil., v Now York ofllco. Ill Murray et. ) JAB. P. McCAUE. Asont. II. HELMEIt, Esq.: Dear Rlr Mease sond to my house ono large bottlo of Bl-Ozono. Itospectfully yours. JA8. P. McCABE (It Lies all you claim or ll.) I have demonstrated to several prominent Physicians that tho word "incurable" cannot possibly npply any longer to tho following tonus of diseaso: CONSUMPTION. EPILEPSY. DYSPEPSIA. THE OPIUM HABIT, DRUNKENNESS. SCP.OFULA. ALL 1'EVEHS. CATAKHH. RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, DROPhV, OOl'T. HIIIGHT'S DISEASE, SCI ATICA. PAINFUL AND SUPPRESSED MEN BTUUATION. OBESITY. Ac. From tlio Twentlctli Century. (Published In New York oily.) "Holmer's Bl-Ozono enrols attracting con sldornble attention ns nn original discovery. One of our staff has just begun to try It for insomnia, ond Is willing to communicate the result by leltor to any ono writing to the TWENTIETH CENTURY in roference to the same." QUALIFIED PHYSICIANS ARE INVITED TO INVESTIGATE WITH A VIEW TO EX CLUSIVE AGENCIES EVERYWHERE I One frco trlnUt office. Pamphlet froo by malL Hj JV. III.I.MI'.'t, -lr,i.t, -? fS IltOllllMiiy, Mouth. -j " orner liflb rsi V New YorL Cllr. Y IIKOOKI.TN lU-Timi 1, J ,Nesa SI, S iii:iii(.i:puiit of. I ' i III 111 III-. II, M, lilt K- Ji IM"ON, IJO FulrUeld lp-! Dr. W. W. CI.A1IK. A m iHole Agsst far Ohio, UT W. lKt Urea Ht., Colusa. WHITE LIES JIT EEFOIUtEIlK A Mtsislonnrr Cnmrttnln that Fuleehootla nrct Told Abnnt the Evil ofOplnm. Tho Itov. W, E. Hoare, n missionary connect ed with tho Wesloynn Mission College Mndras, has wrilton to tho English newspapers to pro test ncnlnst tho Intemperate Inngungo usod by persons who aro agitating In favor of sup pressing tho opium traffic. He says their statements are wildly exaggerated, and ho protects thnt such erroneous pamphlets ns nrebolng clrcutatedby the thousand aro un just to tho poople of India, nnd can ndvanco no good cause Ho speaks ot nno pamphlet which Is circulating Inrgoly both In England nnd in India In which tho Mndras Prosldoncy is represented as consuming enough opium to poison its entire population throo times ovor. Statistics rotating (o somo other parts of India appearing In tho snmo Pamphlet reprefent thn consumption of a nufllcieiit quantity to poison tho cntlro population thirty times over. He shows that tho fact Is that In the Madras Presidency only nn nverago quan tity of 07.001)- pounds of opium Is iinpoitod annually tor a population ot more than fl,rt,- 000.000. Ho thinks that tho tempornnco party In England would l,o lu high glco If only 07.000 Illinois of beer or bottles nf brandy wero consumod In Uient Britain during n wholo year. Tbo antl-oplum pamphlets nlso contain har rowing descriptions of the terrible scenes witnessed lu thn opium ilen of India. Mr. Honro says ho hns vfsltod I oth tho very wort nnd thn eiy best dons or Jbidr IB. Tho worst don In tlioclty. ho ay, Isn llltlu hool which would certnlnly shock any ono who lind nover known nny less comfort and noatness than nn l.ngllsh drawing room displays. But ecn lu this don h says the place seems do cont enough to one who remembers the reek ing odors, glnro. and bingiinge of a lxindnn cln palace. Ho never visited this plnco when the ponco was being disturbed, lie novnr saw more than twenty men In It nt n time, nnd never saw any of the Inmntes drowsy. All woro nwako ond quint. The proprietor of tho plnco. In compllanco witli law, alwavs declines to toko wearing npparel, household furniture, etc. In exchange foroplum, nnd sells only n limited quantity at a timo-n tola's woleht considerably less thnn nn ounce. Ho allows no bad chnrni-tors in Ills shop nnd ro ports to the police when nny nf them visit him. Tho Government Inspector counts the number of smokers whom ho llnds on each of his visits to this resort. The mlsslonnrv thinks thnt If this low opium den Is compared with nn KnglMi beer shop tho contrast Is In favor of the opium don. Ho believes In practlcnl efforts to repress the excessive uso of opium, hut pro tests ng.unst violent efforts to entirely root out tho prnctice, and hiiys tho prohibition of tho tralllu is impossible. HOUSE MAX MIUXKEXXESS. An Afrlenn Ktnsr HtibMltute Hemp Hmok. Inx for lite I.lqtmr llnblt. About sovon years ago King Kalnmba. rulor of tho very Intelligent Baluba tribe In tho southern part of tho Congo basin, dccldod that intoxicating liquors were a groat curso nnd thnt ho would nt onco froo his poople from tho bondngo of intomporanoo. Ho thereforo mnde it a grnvo crime to tit Ink palm wlno nnd other intoxicating bevorngos. nnd In ordor to put temptation beyond tho roach of his pooplo hoisbuedan ed'et that all tho palm treos In his country should bo cut down. This destruo tlvo measuro was immodlntolv carried out If tho King had stoppo 1 with this romnrka-i ble effort to propagato tho causo of tempor nnco all might havo fnrod well with his poo plo, but unfortunately ho Introduced u prnc tico which was far moro baleful than Intom porance. Ho Introduced tho culturo of hemp, nnd mnde hemp smoking ono of tho religious practices of tho country. Thenceforth this In jurious vice was to flgmo among tho ritos em ployed In tbo worship of the native gods. Tim culture of hemp rnpidly extended, nnd the habit of liemn unnUIng grew upon tho people until It has seriously injured them. J boiesultsare siiid to I o far mio injurious than the eeesio use of opium. Prliieo 11. de Cioy. who is tlio Commissioner of the Congo I ree Mate in tho KiismiI dbtrb't. writes that ho has visited Balub.i lillngos win go entire population hns been almost ruined in umrils and physique, by tile rnetico of hemp smoking. He is now using nil bis In fluence, to nut out tho praetieo. He finds. Iinwovor, thnt he must move with great pru (lei'ee. for fe ir of exciting opposition that may defeat liw purposes. He has .-ocured tho consent of tho King to tlio reintrodtictlon of the palm tree, ninl about 4.1)011 of these, trees have thus far been re planted through the country. Ho Is also In troducing tlio eultuio of tobacco, nnd thinks be Is making l.e.iduay In his effoits to iuduco tho hlng niid his subjects to diminish tlio urea de-otol to hemp planting and to replace It with the tobn en plant. Ilo has Font to l.uroro for a largo quiiultv of tnbteco heed, and he hopes that gindti illy hn may destroy tho pruc tico which is now ruining tlio poople. European tourists should take Carter's Littlo Liver Pills a week beforo sailing, also during tho voy age, to provent seasickness. They aro infallible. Positive cure for sick headache. public Notices. POM (IrFIlir MlTIlT -I'nreign mulls for the week roiling July 'J willclubo (promptly In sill cases) at tins Mllico as follows. MiMis.1 At Ml'. M. lor i'ola lllrn vlaLlmon. per Mt. mishit, H.xlinlt, from Nr UrleuliH. JIOMiAV.-lt 'a r. M lor 1ihI1ii ninl Itnatan. per Mrnlnshlp J. uteri. Jr., Irom .f orlrans, at -.1 P. .M fi.r llrlit-. I'm-rlo ( orir. ami iittnteuiaU, per sl,.uilhllll. MlbM.itrr rrolil .Noll lllle.lli.. Tb'l.sM .it H.4. M lorl.mnnr, pir Hr.lliislilp Marfl. l i s,mtiaiii,ton juel llr. lnen (.tllrrs for IrrHna must In, .bin nil 'trrlbiul") at'.'l r. 1. for Trns. Ill-i ami Hinitae. isrsfimnslili. S rir.ili, irom .Niw- irlenn; nl M I' M. li.r IriiUlm mid Ibatiin, per slr.tiiiNlilp h. ot. ri. from New ilrlean., IXLUM.MiAi. ,ir :kia. M lor Hirope, per steam ship I lty of Paris, it i Oih".isioun; at il:J0 A. M, tor Ki.ii'p.., jer 1e.rn1111.I11p lermanic, la oiirens. town tlrlti rsliuisl I eillrrclnl "per liprnianu "); at 7 A M for llt-Uiuiu illrt-i 1. 1 er sltamship I rleslnml, l.i Aiitnrrn ilriuis nius: ho ilirei'tnl "per I rles lnml i, nt 1 p. M lorl'uha ii rstr.uiisliiii Maprnra, fl.i llHinim..it.1 I'. M. lor lllu tleUs, per stialn ship Mork'un. irom , iv iiriehii., TIll'lt.-DAS -It T A M lor I iirope. per steamship F. lhhinnrrk, i u ho itlinmpton uiel llftinhiirjr, at 10 A. il suppleiin.itnry 1 1 A. M.) for i rntr.il America lexirpt r, .ta llirii) ami hontli railllc rorls. per Ftrnnisliipi uj o 1'itr.i. lift r.'Ion iletiersfor(,uuie mala i, lu-l Iio ilirntnl "prr ry or I'ara"); at I'.' M lor M.iiitlaA'o r th.i, per s. earn. hip Mexico delters lorlin rurUmel Mi.ml l.i, ac . mu.t ltd illre. icl "prr .i.eiuM ' , at I I'. !, isiippltmrniary I .:) p. )l ) lor li. rinmla, per .tiai islnp urltioco, at 1 r. )1, isupliruieiilal) 1 ail P M ) for 1'np,-lla ll. M .i. lulus.,., ainl rurk'H la'niid. p r steamship Saliiau; at s ;l P. M, for Niiifoiiiiuland. per steamer from llilllax. BATPIiltAV.-AtilA V. for Irance. Switzerland. Italy Spam, I'nrlniral, ami Turkey, per steamship l.ailus. iiiitiie. ia Hair.! niTivi 4 M (sunphMiieiitary u,:io A, .M.) for ijrrnianv. prr sitniii.ijip aiie, tn nre. mm (Utters for oth r parlsol 1 iropella houlij. ainptiui must I., ilirertnl pir hiutl i; MTiSfl A. . ("upplemuilnry H ail A. l ) lor l.uropp. per strnmshlli Ullll.rio, lla Queenslovin: at K A. M for horuayiiireit, per striiinship llrlia (lurra must bo illricltil".-r lit kla"i nt Ii A Jl, lor M-otiand ilirecl, per sleanishlp i lty of Home, Ha (ilasmivr (leltrrs must ho illrerle,! "per I lty of Home"): at U A. M for NelliarbiiiJ ibrei t. per steams'iin Haas ilani, lla Itottrrilaui llclters must be illrectril nr lHa..fiii,"i: at 11 A. l. lor famperlie, I bin. as, lubisro, ami ucntan, per stiauishu! .iiniiri (Irt-rrs lor Cubi and latnpini .11 r" -i and oilier Mexirmi Mntrs ill er i'iiw must 1.5 .llrerted "per gniiirt' l at 11 A,. M (iiippleinriil y 1IM0 M.i for Ir.rtuiis. Is'anl and .la-uiiica i, Jarmel n, Aux l'a)ee. Ilnjtl. perstrauiil I,. Al'l r. atllA XI (supplemtntnr) IJ I Ur eneuei , , I l ra.-nn. alsiiMiiaillbu lla Ciirai'iia, per s'.esmsl I'l Ji.V"..'1".1 ?""".'.'" ''il".ri'oI.m.biaii or u.t I ' Trluldal unit ruliavu, tr iteainslilp All s, at ( y. lor Truxllbt tin I Itiuun. prr slraiuiliip prof jlorse, from New iirlrnns. SLMiU.U :; P. 1. fr Cosia K.ra ,a l.lmon. rer steamihlpllliputiia. from : uric alls; mi h i:ii p. i Jirnl. Picrre-Mbiuelou, oer sumuer from .Nortn etiiiey. Vails ror China and Japan, per steamship r.hlna from ran irancbro). close here daily up in Juiy M. at 11.80 P. .M Malls for Australia. , .ahold lla. iratlan 1 111, and hHiiiimn Island., prr stoiiuliiii Alameda (from ran hrniiclsio). rioe i,.r,. il.ult up lojuiy -17, an; an p. m loroii inritalnt ,o S'oik ef sleniiishlp Aurnni.1. null llrllbli malls In Au. trailai, Mull, for tin, so.'ict I.laml.. (er shq. I it y f,f i'jineill llrom bin Iran l.i..), ilosi lure .iai,y up to Jui .!.,, at i .10 I' M itnil. tor th.. Ibiu.niuti Is'nnils p.r sL.iuishlp AustrilU nr.tin i-nii I ran- risrol.tlo I rrr .1 . I) up io Jul '(,, a, n ao I M Mull, for XuUlouli llatei, by mil to llal.UY aii.l Ihrnce l.y st.Hiu.r o se at Itlis odiittibtllt at Ht'io P. l Mail, lor ill'iuelon lo r.ill lo Ibislii. ami lliei iel, sli'.iiner ilose in ifil.olili dl,j At ri Ml P M. lla, Is lor i lib i, by rail to lutuia I la. and thence Lyslealerr nl llnr li liN)saud Tl nrsili'is). eh... at thl. tfli e tialy al J. 'Via M Mai's r. r Mexico on r in, n -. sp, rl ill) addrrs.r.t r.,r dr. epanh l sir i r al tins i lltce dally at 11 IKJ A. M Tisus I'aciib - t .TwarJcd lo hsn r'anrlirn dad) and lie . , fi liv Isaiiiitikrl oil tl o prr.umpH ..in i,n nuplrd iiiriliul i nusit ,u Mio lri,nus r sis th I n.l urrbmir on tune nt Min I inii.'i- ., ' .i.ii" "f suuluif of sleamersartf !.) itllbrd lllSiicr tts same day .fleislrred maili'lo.rs at il no 1' M prellousday. I. aira supplementary mulls are opined on the piers of the Kiitr.Ish, Ireurb. anl i.rrman steaiusra at the hour or closing or supplementary malls at tbs Post Omcs. whicb remain open until wllulu U& utoutsaof lbs hour ot silUnj or steamer. nivo jnnr chllJrrn a cup ot IllIIINIIAM'S CI. M 1IOUII.I.ON each mornlnir at the table Insleail of tea nr coffee; Ihey will Ilk It better and tt keeps their Utile stomachs In good order and forms bone and muscle. At Card Par'tes and Horn Knterlalnments ssrrs HVfCMIAM'N CI.AM IIOVII.I.UN with other rifrrstimsnts. a small cup of It Is rery refresh ItiK, Served instantly with llllte hot water. Are jou looking for some delicacy to take to a sick friend! If so. III! It N HAM'S CLAM nitVII. l.ONIxJust Ihs tblmr. All Grocers and ttrugfliti. :r.c, t.oc, and tl bottles. WtV AQrKDUCT .NOTICE OF Al'PMCATIO.N Ton APrKAlNAL.-l'iitillc ntitlcs li heitbf jtivcd thAl tt 14 th lntnilAii of tb t'nunnel to the t'nrrmllun f tli ('lty nf .Near ork tn mnkfl AptillCfillnn to ttit htipteuid Court fnrtliM nppointiunt of t'nmmiiionr of Appralint, under ch;iUr 4tn) ut lttr lt of JhHT. untt tli lrti n in en J n tor r llirrrof Mich upplirntioa lli be i:Mde ut a vp ila. Trm vT lb H imt Ctiurt. to tie lirnl tn u.t M-cnn-l JtnllrlAl iintr it tU the Court lloupe In lhlt rimns W rnlrhtrr county, York, on th twtiity.tl.lrit tiny of July, ISr'.'. t elettn n'rlnek In tlie (Oifnoon ttf tliMi day or ntun tberrnr At t'ounselrftn he litnrd Tit nbjrct of such application la tutibtalii an ordfr nf tltv mmt appnintlait lhr tin Intarenttil nnJ roinprtnt trrrlinMrro. on or whom litil rmtleln the county or New YorU, and the ntbar two or whom iLhull reMil in the county In which tha real ektate liereinaltcr Uncrlbed la iltuated. at Com niitolomraof AitpraiBal to nc rta n and upprntiia tha coiiipeiiittlnn to be tnad to tb oneraand ail periuna InteirRted in tha rent ettate I artlnarter described, aa Sntjoifil to be taVan or atlectrd fur Ilia purjtoura in i rated In chapter 4HO of the Iiwior lH83an-l the lai ainrndatcry tnerenr ID real rsiat ioukdi to b tHken or Artec ted an afore mid I located tn the town of .North Hilem, County or Westchester, aud U laid oat and Indicated on a certain tnartenillledt Map of additional laud required for tbe conntruo tloti uMtenrrvoir "X," Hhlrh ntd map wak nied la WerttrheaterCuuntr KerUtera ollice. at White 1'lalns, In in Id county, on Nov. , lm-1, aa Map number J.WI3 The real estate proi oneil to b taken or uflected it re quired tor th construction and maintenance of tbo tlatii and reperxotr known an Itenervotr " M' or Tii cut ..rsenatir," atid the rollowtnr u a statement of tba bnuiidarleai.f said dam and reservoir and of the real tnta to tie Acquiri d therefor under thU proceedinir: All those certain pieces or parcels of land In the town of North Srtleui, county of Westchester, and Mate of New York, whtth tkVen together constitute a tract of an I, particularly described And shown on raid map. and described as follow; HrcniuliiK at tbe iiortnwtt co:ur of pAtcl number nineteen on said map; from thtnee rutin! nc south 8 degrees 25 minutes, enst ltiJU 13-MrO fret; south m. deerees r. minutes, aast Ml t)lO) fret: south H2 devrees .1H minutes, east 1M4 ,'W-livO feet; south r.8 dexreea 0 minutei. oast It.-..' t;0-Uofe;; north 31 decrees, east 2H 47-100 fret; norih 40 dejrrfis 37 minutes SO seconds, east IWi ur HO Ivet; soull 4rt detrrees 3 J minutes, eatt H22V4-HHI feet; south 77 decrees 41 minutes, east Mil n.l itO feet; south 44 tl enters, east 40yrt-Ui) feet; south i:t deerees la minute. est 4 15 42 100 feet: aouth rtl decrees sn minutes, east 2.l U.HK) teet: south Hi decrees 3b minute, east fi 3 10 feet; north UJ devreen w minuter, cast UJtt 110 reel; suth f.idejrrees 15 minutes, east 1032 W-100 feet; nortb tlt decrees 14 minutes, east 34U1H-100 feet; south 3W deirrees 15 minutei. east IK5 110 feet; south 24 d.ki-ta. west 710 l.MDO fet; south 11des;rea41 minute- vest ir7'.U 100 Teet. south rt'Menrte- u minutes. eat lK.tTVlooieet: outh 75 denreea 51 minutes. eal l'J2 5lO feet; aouth Hi iltirrees 44 minutes, east S57 7-Ui feet; s uth 82 (Uirn-es 6l minutes, east ISJL'SUV) fret; south 82 depress 5 mtnutes, east 330 h-ioo feet; south 15 decrees 7 minutes, went 28M 52-100 feet; south .12 deirrees. east 513 11100 feat; S'tuth 4udeirreas 43 mtnutes. west 73 5-10 feet, north 74 dfErtCH.'W mtnutes. went 10 24100 feet; south 40 degrei-s 10 minutes west 5W WO-loo feet; south 43de rieen 3Mulnutea, east 457 7U-100 feet: aouth 7 d Brecn47 minuie. e 23W5M.KK feet: south 1 dear J2 minute. 3D second, west 8tri2W-100ftt; south Mi dekrees 37 minutes, west W2 27-100 feet: north 4 de irreen 5 ititnuten, rsd 5tifl 5H lio feet; north 1 deirre 7 minutei., enst I53i M100tet; north 73 dtjrrees3 iinnutes. e-t 7W455I00 feet; north 40 degrees 31 minutes, west Hj3 tUMOOfeet: north 7i degreps 1.1 minutes, went H15 feet; north 51 detrrees 0 minuter, wtit 330 210 feet; no uth (.3 detrrei 40 minutes 30 seconds. net 1.3t4 feet; north t4 decrees 21 rntnutea 30 feconils. west 11414 20-10) leei: north 4 lUtrrees 4H minutes, west 702 feet: north 71 irirreer-( minutes, west rtui 70-lWt feet; suutli27 deirrem 5.' mtnutes. A-t 204 40 KM feet; north 57 dt-trrees 35 minutes, west 40 J fret, north 5 de crees 2 minutes 30 second m cut 307 tm-loofeet. north H"i deKree 1.1 minutes, west 21 feet, north no decreet It minutes. enbt 7M3-lOfeet; north ll decrees 41 min utes, enst Kit I0 f. et; north 5i decrees hi mtnutes 30 (seconds, ireit 131 5-lo feet: north H decrees 47 min utes, wiii 1H4 tfet: uorlh 4tl decrees 54 minutes 30 seconds, nest 101O m lu fed, south 35 decrees i min utes. ne.t 3;o feet; north 4 dekrees II minutes, east 15'7 40 100 feet: north wfl decrees 2tl minutes 30 sao-ond-i. l 4t tf 13IOi) feet: north 4 decrees 13 min utcts earn 3.to 75 loore.M. north 3 decree 44 minutes, enr.1 t:,i 8i loo feel; north tt decrer-. 5 minutes, east 3Iv2if-l(Xfret, north 4 decree ji minutes, ea-t 22d 24-100 fett, north 4 deirrees 4ti minute. 30 seconds, east J 00 3-10 reel, north 5decreit3 minute, east 1.15 27-10,1 ratt to ;,... pi:r.t and place or b-rtnnirp Atlof said lands are to be acquired In fee, and Include all of the parreli nhuwn on itnl imp number 1,003. Iteterence i hereby nut da to fAidmap for a more dft tailed And i artii'iilar description of th premises to b acquired, 1'tb.ic notice la also cnen that In tbe con struction or the said dam nd reierroir, known aa Kenoir "M." it has been and will be necessary to c rumen the highway s)teiu through ttie landsarnuired and to be acquired, and that on June 2. 1HH2 a man was Med In the. et Chester County Kecuter' offlce. at White rtns In said countr. entitl. d: "Map ot lands In the ton ii or .North Salem acquired by the city of New or'jtt i.nder ihapter 4iu of tu ljta ot 1HHJ in th construction of Reservoir M," said map being num bered In said KeciMer'a oftue by th number 1,016. That said map shoim the portion of tbe real estate here totoro aciulre-1 by the city of Newport for the con struction of said renenolr which it Is proposed to sub stituitj In plate of the real estate heretofore used for hikhwi purpose. And said map further howst he por tions of tho old roads to be nsrd and raised, and showa where new roads are to be constructed throuch th simn parcels heretofore Acquired by th city, and des .enntedas parcel 115 both inclusive; and pnblio notlca Is further cnen tl.at on June 2. IKUJ, a map was filed In the Wft Chester County neciterntlice, entitled i "Map or tands tn the town of North Salem to be acquired by the city of New York, under chapter 4PO of th LiffK of 18H3 in the construction of Reservoir HV'sald map belncdeslcuated by number 1.017; that said map shows the ixirtloni of the rent estate to be acquired, and wht rt it Is proposed to substitute In place of tha real ettate heretofore used for huh way purposes, and said mapiurtber shows the portions of the ofd roads to be used and ratted, and shown where new roads Are tn he constructed through the payee's to be Acquired And delicti Med on said map as parcels 17-3H, both Inclusive, and further notice is cUen that an application win ba made tn the .supreme Court at tbe above mentioned time and place for n order appro.'lnc lbs highway system sr substltuttd hlcbway, si shown on lb naps above rererred to Dated New Tori cltr. June 4. 1SJJ. WILLU1I U. CLARK. Counsel to the Corporatloa, Vo. Trroa raw, ,Niw York cttf OFFICil OF THE CLERK OF THE COMMON COUN CIL, NO. CITV 11 ALU NEW YORK. June 1ft. 1802. Furmant to directions civen m In tbe follow. nr refolutton. which was adopted by the Common Council JLno 14, ldU-i, And Approved by tho Mayor June 15. Ke's'otvaii. That Friday, th first day of July. 1802, at 11 o'clock A ii , and th Chamber of th Hoard of Al denuvti be and are hereby desicnated as tbe time and place when and where th application of the Ninth Aenue Railroad Compant to the Common t ouncil of fne City of New ork fur Its consent and permission thnt the petitioner may extend the exlitl&c rallroid tracks of the said petitioner, and uisr build, construct, maintain nnd operate extensions or branches of th siiid petitioner railroad In tho city of New York, as set forth in the petition of the said Company for such ioiicnt will tie ins t ct nsldered. and that public notlc be cnen by the Clerk ot this Hoard, by publishing tha same dally, for fourteen da)s. In two duly newspapers published in this city, lo ha desicnated therefor by hla Honor the Mayor, according to ih provisions of ac tion W2 as amended, orthe Railroad law, such advents I lie to be at the expens of tbe petitioner. I ublic notice is Lereby civen that nt th tlm and place nnnrd In tbe resolution the following applica tion of the Ninth Aenue Railroad Company will be rmif.iU.Tfd as required If th provisions or the .Kail road law; To i hi Common Councilor tbe City of New York: The pMltionnf tbe Ninth Areuu Railroad Coinpanr repeetfu tystiows; 1 1 1 a t jour petitioner is a corporation duly orcnked and uirorporatrd under find purnunnt to the act nf the l.tKls.at.irK of the state or New York, entitled n acI to Authorise tho formation of railroad corporations and to reculate the same." pained April , lH5aiil the acts amendinc tbe same: and that )oitr petinuner Ourlnc mnny yenia past has laWuIly maintained awI 0 erated lor ub.lc n and acrouiiuo tallmi a s rit rilroM on Ninth anue and 0-'iiiiliu aen hr,o.v .sixty lo'irtli tret. In theCity of Ne oik which ei ten is Iroui Putj. fourth street ah uc the ii'u-M,trd an 1 Tenth awm to or near ne Jlnn-lred and renty sixth street in said city, the sni 1 MilrMd hnlnc len roiHlriicted. maintained, and oprrattd by our pMl tinner tturnuaut to certain resolntioni f the Com o on CoLticfiof the t'ity or .Sew uri. paused tn the year 1K.YJ and connrmed bv the act of the Lt-clslalui of this Mate, entitled "An net to conrrni nt'rant or res tlutlntt of the Common Council of the City of New York, autlinrisCn the cotistrut lion vt a tail road tn certain streets and ateni. in snid clt and tauthorie the coi.htructlon of mill rallrn.id, pasted Airll 14, m Your petitioner furthir rei ertlully stiows that o ir jetitiouer Jims recent!) obt uned the cinent In writinc f the owner or more than one-half in tain orthe i roprrty fruit nc on audhounOeit b Columbus aieiuie, letnetn Mtviiijrl!i strert and (me JlLiidrei) and 1 viith utieet, that the raLrua I heretofore coiu'.rucied and now owned by jour petitions may be extended and itiHl your petitioiirr mi) build O'OiMruct main tain an operate eutemlotis or branches of its exUtlnc Ihi road n th t lty of New ork uiou and aon ai'l t .tlm ib u 4. en ue, from bis t) fourth stiet to One lliindrcd and tenth vtrtrt And your petitioner further shown, that accord Inc to lav. it is nereitsry that the consent f the Coniuinn i ouncil or thetuv of New ort be obtained by )our I etil oner t enab our pelllioiur lucoi struct, main tain operate and (tie the extension or brutciies f its railroad rontrnt lor w lilch is now and hereby applied for. our petitioner therefcr prays and hereby make ap. phrailcti to th Common Councilor the Lily or New luihfnrHi content and prrmuslun lo ho cranled to i'ur (Qtuioner Its tMiereor leneo and asicna, that lour I elitioner its suirsort leres andasstens. m) extend the eilstinc raiiroad mr.i of your tett tioner. hi d may bund, ui struct, nifliniain and opirat extin.oriM ur brunches of your ptitii ner s railroad in tbeOityot Ntwiurk as fu.low. t' t is tosay Coin inti c u- tit i ..1uni.il. a.t-n at nearSixi) fourth fnet there tor unset wiih lheit of double tracks of our peiltioner in raid mini', the-ire runnlna; nrii the nrfa, of thebou.h d and upon alone. mil uvrr the uri.ie or Count' s u etiue (formerly imi.it-d Ninth Aime)t with do t c trks. to On Moid'vt anl Tenth s'reei, a from Columbus enue. "i'Ii doubU lrcii. thr Jcb and alotir 'n ilistidrtd and mxHi M'foi to Aimtr, uni atrtiu to connect with th exlminr doub' tracks in Amsterdam awnue (formerly nauir-1 Irnih Nunun now nwiied 1) tf"' I Mtici er. tocntter itli all iuiriisry contiertii n torn outs and awitr lies lor tha proper Wfirkticinl ai -inioodaiion of the cais to br run over smh extent i r branihcs in conuec tii'ii alth the pim-iit xinf.c rHllroad routes of par et liMier, and of - )error isocns. Atd)ou i e'llii nr a Unertr) lifted NrW U).tl.. Vay i'7 IHlt:1. Illfc NINTH AVhNl I. il ,"01A? fOMPAVT. H iiMiltUL LAW, 1'realJf nt. All persons Interested in tb foregolof app.icatlon are hereby noliilrd tu be preseuk. at tb tlm ana plac lusutloBsd la tb resolution. MICUABL F. BL4KS. Cisrk CvauMa CeiafiL , OrrioB or the clerk or Tits common ood ciu ho. citt HALU .. . KKWTORK,Jom1MIU raraoant to directions riven m in tbe following rss elation, which a as adopted by the Common Council jitvii14. 1V'a' nd aPI)roT6d ? ,b Mror June lttb. Resolved, That Friday, th first day of Join 1101, al tlc.n o'clock A. H , and th Chamber of tb Board of Aldermtn.be and thev are hereby desicnated as tb tlm and plac when and where tti application of tn Houston, U est Street and I'axonia Ferry Company t tb Common Council or th City of New York; for lu consent and permission for th construction and opera tion by th said petitioner nf th extension nnd con nectton between tliet h ambers and tlrand Street Ferry Railroad t pmpany and tii said petitioning rallroai cornpaiiy, the said petitioner deeiring tounrte. a pro vided In section vi, as amended. of the Railroad Law. the two said reel surface railroads in manner an4 form as set forth In the said petition, and to theopsra tionbythe said petitioner of the extension and co nectton as a new rontlnuons route of public travel m proUded In said eutoti P3. a amended. f the Rait road Iaw, will be nrdt lonndered, and that piblia none be given by the clerk of this flnard by publish lngthsamdnll rorfourhen dare in twodaliy nwa papers, pnh.ishetf in this citv, to b dtslcnated tbcrefoff by his Honor the Mayor, accordlnc to the provlsians of eectloit .. asamsnded. of the ttatlroad Law. such ad vertimng to he at th expense utr p.iitionra. , Fublic nolle li larehv civin that at th time an place named in tbe resolGtlon the following application I or the Hour. tun. West Street anl I'avonla t-errrJUll- I road Comtany will be rm.stdsreJ, as reaalred b tbn 1 provisions nfibe Railroad Law, "l"iro y snej To the Honorable tbe Common Council of the elty of Tii petition of the Houston, West Street and ravonhi Ferry Railroad Company respeotrully shows, tlrst That your petitioner Is and ror mtnr yearn has been a (rt surface railroad corporation, ownlnav operating, and using a street surface railroad throuch! upon, and along certain streets and avenues in thn city of Newport., and among other strests and ave nues, front Ms tit on street through, upon, and along Fitt street with a stiiglo track to i ouston streeti thence from Houston street throuch. upon, and along AniiieCtn Third street, them with a double track throuch. upon, and along Avenue C tn Petentesntn street: thence through, upon, and a.onc various ot&sr streets and nienueu to the tlrand Centiat lpot. becond -That tlm Chambers street and (Jrand Itreel Ferry Railroad Compmy r rmerly owned and opiratil m street surface rallroa 1 through, opon and alone certain streets and axenues In the City of New )ork, and among ot her st ri.e ts and avetiuot.tlartln from the OrandKtre herrv on the t ast Kiter through, upon and along East street, thenr tLruuuh. upon and alone Cherry street; thence through, upon and along Jackson itraet tn MadUon street; thence through, upon and a'ong Madl on street with a doublet tack to New Chambers streeti theuce throne', upon and along New Chambers street tn Furl: Row; thrnce thndich. upon and along various streets and avenue to I'm, on U rerty on tbe North Rter, thence through, upon and along vari.ms other streets and avenues to Itousevelt Ferry on tbe East Rlr Third That heretofore, pursuant to statute tbe sa!4 Chambers htreet atid tlrand (street l-erry KaiirnadCom- rativ nas merged with )our petitioner, and your petl loner now ons. operates and uses the raiiroad anl railroad routes formerly owned by said ibambers Htreet and tlrand Street Ferry t.Milruad Company. J-uurlh That our petitioner desires to unit th said two r-trcet surface railroad routes at th intersection of Fitt ctreel anl lelaticey itraet. said point of union being not oer one half mil from such reij ectlv linen or routes, an 1 thr connection to be made by the con struction, maintenance and operation of an extension or branch of our petitioner's said railroad, com in en o incat the intersection of Third street and Avenue r, coiinectinc there by suitable appliances with jour petitioner laid road and r mining thenca with an additional lngi track tiirotigh, upon and alone Aenue C to and across Hoiinton slrst; theuce with an additional singl track through, upon, and along t'ltt street to and across Stanton street; thence ( Ith sultnb! connection and curves at S:an ton street) running with i double track through, up m and alone fit meet tn si d peintof union; andbyih toiistriii tinn, maiiilenance. and operation of an xten sloti or branch or tbe said railroad formerly of thn chambers Ktieet and (irand Street rtrry Raiiroad Com pany, comtnencng at tho intersection of Oouverneur street und Madison street, connecting there by sultahln atipliances with thr eatd road formerly of said Cham bers .Mreet and (.rand Street Ferry Railroad Company, and running thence with adoubl track through, upon and alung Oouverneut street to And Across Urand street. and theme with a uonble track through, upon ami along rltt street to said point of union, such connec tion to be upernted b anv motive power which la or may be at any time lawfully used on either of thn routes connected thereby. Fifth That by the construction of aaeta conneetteh your petitioner will be able, and hereby offers, Lonsenta, and agrees to establish and maintain (the rq't!sUcon sents of property owners or the lawful substitute there for having been flrt obtained) a new continuous route) for public tra el for on fare over th Hue of your peti tioner north of Stanton srrcet and over tb Hn for merly of tbe Chambers htreet and tlrand 8trrt Ferry Railroad f nmpatiy on the east aid of the city between the Grand Central station and the nelgnborhood of thn Rrooktyn Bride, the FostOfTlcr, and the pnbllo bnlld Incsof theclt Sixth That said connection cannot be operated aa an Independent railroad without Inconvenience to th public, but It Is to tho public advantace that th name) should be operated as a continuous Una or ronta with said existing ratlroadn. Wherefore. our petitioner pravs for th consent f the local authorities or th city or New York to th con struction and operation b your petitioner of said con nection and to the establishment, maintenance, and oprration by oi.r petitioner ot said new continuous routi for tubhi travel HOC&TUN. WLST MREET AND PAVONIA FERRT RAlLRUAU COMFANY. By JOHN D. ORIMMXliS. NEW YORK. Jnne 7, 18U2. Alt persons intereitted In th foregoing app'leatton are hereby notified tn b pretent nt tha time andplnos mentioned tn the resolution. MICHAEL F HLAKK. Clerk Common Council. OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF TH K COMMON COUNCIL. NO tt OHY HALU NEW YORK. June IB, 1802. Fursnant to direction given m- In tbe lolinwinv resolution, which was adopted by th Common Coun cil. tun 14. ltui and approved by th Mayor June 15, Resolved. That Friday, tha 1st day of July, 1092, at 11 o'clock A, M , and the Chamber of the Board of Al dermen, bo und hereby are desicnated as the tlm And place wnen and ht-ir the applttaUon of the lfou'ten. H est treet and J'avoiua Ferry Railroad Company t tha Common Cuum.ll of the City of New York for Us I consent and pennision tor thn construction and opr- M atlon by the said petitioner of th extension and con- nection between the hlxth Avenue Railroad and thn Ninth Aenue Railroad, of both watch companies thn B said petitioner allegei itself to be lessee, th said pti V tt'intng railroad company desiring to unit, a author Ired by section K3, as amended, of the Railroad Lav, the said two street aurfa railroads. In tb miicsr I and form as set forth in its petition and to th opera- tlun by tbt said petitioner of the extension and eon B nectton between tbe said two surface railroads, u s I new continuous route for public travel, aa contain- I ulated In said section nn, as amended, of tb Railroad l.aw vllt nrst be considered, and that public nntio b gien by tie Clerk of thl Hoard by pubhehlngtb earn dally for fourteen days iu two daily newspaper pub lished in this city. to be designated therefor by bis Honorr tb Mayor, accord. ng to the provisions of section V2 ( chapter nun of tbe Laws of luO. known a th Rail road Law, being chapter 3l of the (ieneral Law a. and the several acts amendatory thereof, such advertlalug to be at the expense of tb petitioner. Fublic notice is hereby given that at tb tlm and place named In tbe resolution tbe followingapplleatlon of th Houston, ec Mreet and Favonla Ferry Railroad Company will be considered as required by tb pro vislousor tbe Railroad law; To tb Honorable Common Council of tbe ally of Jfew YcrW . The petltlou of the Houston. West Street and Favonla Ferry Railroad Company respectfully shows: 1st That your petitioner and the sixth Avenn Raii road Company and th Ninth Avenn Railroad Com pany are and fur many yearn have been street snrraoa railroad corporation, owning and operating street sur face railroads through, upon and along certain strests and avenues in the city or New York. 2d. That by leases duly filed In th proper pobllo oilices our petitioner Is the lessee for long terms of years of the tracks, railroads, and railroad routes of said Sixth Avenue Railroad Company and of said Ninth Aienue Railroad Company, aud Is using the tracks, YAlirrtTlfla sin.l ,- I tsn A snrllaa af stiff aasw rait aanu pantev 3d, That It Is desired to unit tbe routes of sail Sixth Avenue Railroad Company and said Ninth Ave nue Rallroud Company at th Intersection of Fifty third street and rventh avenue, said point of anion belli not over one half mil from such respective lines or routes, and the connection to be made by th con struction, maintenance and operation of an extension or branch of the ruilroad of said Ninth Avenue Railroad Company, commenting at Ninth avenue and West Fifty-third strem, connecting there bj u it able curves aud attachments with tba road of said Ninth Avsnu Company, and running thence with double track east erly through, upon and along West Fifty-third street, to said point of union, and by the construction, main tenance aud opeiation of an extension or branch f tbe railroad of said Mxtb Avenue Company, commenc ing at Sixth aenu and West rift third street, con necting there by suitable curves and attachments with tbe road of said Sixth Avenue loni'suy, aud running thence with double tracks westerly tlirmich, upon an4 along West rlfly third street to snid point of union, and tbe mm to b operated by sny motive pow which Is now or may at any tin lawfully ba uajad on either of the routes connected thereby 4lh. That byth construction of such connection your petitioner will be Hide tod hereby offers to estalv Iish aud maintain a new continuous rout for publls travel over the existing trac.sor roads and said con- 1 And! provided that the local authorities of tbe cltr of Neworlv iriii consent to the comtinction of said con nection an I to the eulljhii.eiit, maintenance, an operation nf d ne nu'e for ublic trave.. your pt Iilloner (if rah) LuiiseiHa and agr-f (th reiulslte con sents r.f pronett) owner or the I in ful substitute tbera forhfttlik tifeu urt.1 btined) to (nnstruit said oon- j riei tioit ant to maintain and operate tbe same aaa I oart of Bald contitn ou route for one fsre f.th TiMt sad connection cannot be operated aa an Independent railroad without inconvenienc to th I pub le. bit IMs to the public adtuntactbat tb iitns I sutiuld be operated a a continuous Una or route with I said existing railroad respectively. ' Mierefore ) our petitioner prasfor th consent of the local authorities of the city of New York to tb con struction and operation of said connection and to tt establishment, maintenance, and operation of said new continuous rout for public travel. And vnur petitioner mss this application ai well HX.LBUAU .OrJPANV., cMUWHX NF.W TORK. Jun.7. 1885. AUcersoas I,ittr.sir4 In lbs for.tolnr appueatu ar. b.rsbr nntin.,1 to bo iir.s.nt at it. tlm. anl plat m.il.4l.tt.r.i.liU L r BIAKK Clark CimtnoD Council. 'roio.,,uis. Agri:ni-cT roMMissioMiiiv oificf. room soft. Mowart bullilins. ?". fo Itroudvra, ew Vork. Juiiot). ItiVi. TO COSTrlArTOIW ItlJs orprnposatsioriluin tbo norl, ant fornUblof tbetnateilnl.ral fil ronn tbo umirnird lorm of con tract now on file In tba ottlco nt Hi" Aqnr,luct Commit. ston.rs, for buli'lins tb not. t'roton dam at Cornsll tito. nnUroton Iturr, in tlio tonn or i ortlanat, Ws.f rbtstfr cuuntr, .New lors, it 111 be rrcrnedal thlsomo, until UtilijesJar. tbe 2:nh day of June. Ib82, al o'clock r. M . at whloh placo ami bour titer will beputf llcly op.neil br tbe Ainchut t'omintsaloners. anatbs award of thr contract ror loi,u sail work and furnish. Ink said materials til br nis'lo b) said CommlMlon.rs as soon tbrrrafter as practicable lilank forms nf stnl anprnt 1 1 contract and th, speci fications tberenf, and bids or proposals, and prop.r en velopes lor tnrir enclosure, and form of boada. and als lor plans for said vorl and a I fdlier Inrormatlsn. o. lienotalnedal l,a abate nOtre of tbe Aqueduct Com rjittsl'inrrs on application in llir t-rcrrtarr, lly older or tbe Aquedui I l .immlislonrra. J tMi: u OL'AM!. rreillsnt. J, I' l.l'I.l l.V, Secretari. A J.ott llrotlirr Hlr.lnffely F und. fioit (A. I'ltt'o-tth Ai'cs IteMriL f'lNt'iNNATl, Junes '-'O.-AmcnK lltoo fRtallr iiijtiri',1 lii ll.,, ii'Cfiit l.iulsiiij llrlilKo Imrror wilt. H.irryO-i rno, A liuly in I'lltr-hurdi no-oiui-r.litll)' hjiu tlin naniu In thiilM"' woutiU t,l in I'ltix't' Iilutvn Into lii-ryunl. 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