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, .. ,... *,-, ami dlwnaBicn of fha ship-build
}r. ?.'..' rri ,.fcry rmi-if el view.
Tbs ebsrges' againid ihe accuracy of tho work
Oenaral Walkar rhartnleriBse aa iBlanrem. The
nt most nu his I rx u I koa to secure accuracy, and
.).,,. thc cnlv criticism h*- makes upon
.v'up'eiiiit-idcnt i-catnn is that he
? jiar, i?,.? almeet too punctilious on this
padiit in coan whew substantial accuracy had been
attained and wm i.'I t .at was undid. Oneex
ample of the gnat care taken : Every column of
BgnreawM ?iiii?d twin hy differeni clerks and was
aodeu again in type, the fOOtinga being lirst cut oil
by the beadof tale division, ao thai Hie clerks should
tii*t itIv uno" ihem. Another example: Jacob
Dodge Statistician of the Agricultural Department,
eciit o-it 10,000 litters to olnain reformationicor*
recting deficiencies in the sehednk of cane alone.
Nothing like this hud been done in ,Ui.y british ceii
eu., so tai as he kuew. , ,
Considering the extent of it. it is verv far att
vanced. General Walkei said be did |rtt~betotool
1K7'.'on the last coinpemlnini by working mt*' WC
evening on December 81, but the \tihiino was not
Inned For **,.,?<? time Tbe cnlareed ???"??|"'"<?im, a
this ci'iisus will be issued earlier than that was, and
the other work can follow it rapidly.
OPPOSED TO ADULTEBATED TEA.
;nv rai nan fi*? ro faa ramtnta i
Wabii.n.iTon, Pcb. l.-Kepresentativo Harden
bsrga, of New-Jerny. tba anther ol the Hoare biU
to prohibit tba ImpertettoB ol sdnllerated toee, ami
lb. James K. Ib.v.es. of New-York, appeared before
tbe Senate Committee ea Cmiuerce to-dav in be?
half of the same bill, which has been offered iii the
Senate by Mr. Millm. of Xcw-Ynrk. Mr. Davies,
?who is an expert in the tea trade, repeatedOUb*
' BBBBHBllT the same addens muds to the Wayo sad
Means Committee tho o',hcf day. showing the
lieecs-itv ol (-ct uni: np a burner airamst tho Hood of
adulterated teas that was being tinned to lin**
COnntr* bv the fact that England and Prance had
shut it out. Bevon <>f the niuo members of thc
eecamittee were present No formal ???:!!"".,"?H
taken, but there tanodonbl that the bul witebe
favorably reported Mi. Bendall read a favorable
report on tbe BsrdrnberghWU i<* tho Ways and
Means Committee this morning, and it was ap?
proved. _______
A CAPP FOR HOM'S.
WabBIKOTOB, Feb. 1.?The .Secretary of tho
Ti. nsurv this slternooB Inned ihe i-oth cali tot tbe re
tieinp'iiin "f i'l-mis of tiic .T percent funded loan et 188L
rontiniietl St8*8per cent li.un Au.-nst 13, Issi. ???,<,
cali ts f r iflj.ooo.oiH), nud notice ls given tba! thc prm
upaisadaccrued mtereotwUlbs pntdsttba Treasury
May 1, and that tue IBteiSBl on said bon.ls still i
Mint day. Tin bonds culled arc reentered liaind. of the
mts ot July il. 1870, and J.uaiiaiy Jo. 1871, eonttnned
during thc pleasure of thc Oovernmenl under ihe terms
of circular No 82, dated May 13, 1881, te bear laterest
at the rate of 3>a per centam per nnnnrn,
lrom Angnst 13, 1881, as folio wa: BSO?lfe H 401 to No.
It 47-i, noih Inclusive; 8100?No. B 8.101 to No. U :i.tl".().
)oh inclusive, and N'o. I) 13.3JJ to So. ll 13..'I.,**, nib
inclusive; 8800?No B 1,801 to No li 1,850, bo_ llidu
I sa-, and BO.B 8,989 to No. li 5,1)7.1, bote tiicliliivc ;
^1.0(Ki-Nn. 1! 7,"i01 to N'o. ii 8,400, i nh inclusive, aud
Nu. r, 30,814 le No ii-o.-4(i. tia.:a laeltu-roi 86.000?ire.
li 8,001 te No. ii 3-808, nota Isstealve, and Ba B 5.-ii
to No. li 5,815, botbteetaotvei ij-ic.ooo-N'o. ii a**,ooi to
No, li !),000, both inclusive, and No. li lrUrtG to No. II
is,ito, Beth mc nelse j 880,000-Ke ll 1,601 to Mo B l,
f>37 both luclusive, and No. li _v_VJ to No. Ii 2,250, bott)
inclusive: 850.000?Nc Ii M.O.M to No. li 8,800.
inclusive, ann Nn B8,047to No. Ii 6.058,both delusive.
Tue bonds before described arc ti...sc teat dated and
numbered as required by section 3 of tbe act ol Joly
.4, i**7o, and taon embraced la tbe bigbeei numbers In
the nver_ ilelioiuluatluns a* given are flic Hoiuls whieb
liuvc iican IsBsedon tranafera alnoetaa il!*th call ssa.
issued. Many of Hie bonda orlirtaaliy included in tea
ah .vi" number* have bOOB trauKferrt J or exchanged aud
camelled. Davine OBtetendiag the aii:oiu:l shove Steted
The three mimili-' laterest due May. 1888, **B thu
abofe-dt-scrilicd bouiis will not in- pod ny eiiecka for?
warded to tho solden of tba honda, but wilt be said,
?with the principal, to the holders at tl.e time of presen?
tation. ^^^^^
CONGBE88IONAL TOPICS IN BRIEF.
Washibotox, Feb. l.?lu the Senate to-day
S petition from citizens of Dakota was BWSSBted pr."
testing against t.')e division of the Territory an-*, askti g
for its admission as a state with it. pressal bowjdart* ..
Mr. (ia arni an, ut the request of Mr. McPherson, -,t ho ss bs
absa-ut. introduca d ajoiat resolution providing for an
amendment to the Constitution empowering the Presi?
dent to veto one or moro items tn an Appropriation bill,
the veto to stand against such Item or items and not to
affect the other portions of the bill. Mr. Morrill Intro?
duced a r-'iolutlain su.peniilug so much of ibo set of
February L'-., 1B78, a* uuthor-zes and directs tbs
tory el tbs Treasury to onwhsn si.ver bullion at the
market price, not .ess than 82,000,000 worth nor more
than 84, .H>>,ooo worts per Bronte, and assn th-- mii.h
to be corned into silver dollars a* fast n parcbased i in?
resolution was referred to the Committee ou Finance
SARCASM FBOM MR EDMUNDS.
WABBmOTOB, Feb. 1.?It has been leanicil
to-day that Mic motive of the Beasts Committee ou lor?
eign Kei.Ttions m npsttlsg beeb jsststdsy the bill to
repeal (he act carrying iuto effect the provision* of the
Hawaiian Treaty, with a request that li be referred M
thc Committee on Finance, was merely to conform to Mas
action of the Senate in referring to the latter committee
the Joint resolution Introduced a few days ago by Mr.
Morrill to abrogate the treaty. In BSkteg mat tbs Wot
alien Betetten Commlttn bemsobareed from tba further
consideration of Mae trill, Mr. Edmunds remarked quietly
that the Boosts had decided that "the I-'iuame Commit?
tee was best enabled to consider our forman relation.*
wilb tliat part of thc sro'ld, il un: with ail Hie not." lin
hait-iai.a il saia hmo of tula remark and ihe dlssatlsfac
tiou with the nrtiou ol the .-jina:e which prompted it
passed at thc time uuuotlced.
THE STAB HOI Tr; TRIAL.
Washinmton, Feb. \.?In the Star Ponte
ilia! the dallas llak- r ("ty routa-ssas still under nm
t-idcratloti. Kiull Schulz testified that Moore bought
stoek ot him and requested bbn to circulate petitions.
His instructions svere to get up one or two original pott*
Hons ; they would doctor them up so a* to get at many
more a* they wan teal.
ldw;ii Hal), postmaster at Canon City, said that
fraudulent signatures were affixed to the petitions.
Atnongthusc he pointed out aa fraudulent wire his osvn
and those of other persons of hts aoqualutaucc. On
eross-examinatiun he ldenoriid a onmber of genuine
el/mature* ta the petitions, hut persisted tn til, Btets
ineiits relative to tue fraudulent rtara*ter of other
aignalurcs.
CONDEMNED NATAL VESSELS.
Washington, Feb. 1.? Ihe Speaker laid be?
fore the House today a communication from tbe Beere
taryoftbe Navy lepirdng the Hst of vessel, stricken
from the navy register under the provision of thc Naval
Appropriation act of August 6, ItM'i.
tlM following ls thc list. In each Instance where the
recommendation a* to the msnuer of disposing of the
ship la not given, thc recommendation is that lt be sold
ut public auction : At Portsmouth, N. H.-Congress,
Quatia Kansas, Masaachusetts, to be broken on the
Stock* , Sabine. At Boston?Connecticut, to be broken on
thc stocks, Iowa, Niagara,Oregon, lo be broken up; Hhlo,
I'ennsylvunbi. t-a be broken up; Virginia, to be broken ni).
At .New I.oiidon-Klue Lignt, tug ; Horlda. At Hackett's
Harbor?New orleans. At New-York -Colossus, to I*,
br,,ken on de storks; .laiH.ro bc iirokcn up; Pnaqaa
liRiiii.i At dani;nc Island?liurlington, tug, supply;
"sorrel, tug; Antietam, to lie retained for barracks mid
S |iiipiiiciii purposes; Dictator. At Washington?Ki mic,
Keimf. At Bagel ?rewan
At Pensacola- Hose, tug, te be broken op. At Mare
Island, CallfoiTila -J'enloia, ola*. Mouadnttck, larTSSSS
ntl, Byeek, Mian and Tuscarora. At Norfolk Worces?
ter, Canandaigun. to lie broken up; Jean Hand* tobe
kept ss anchor hoy; BbsWtBBt, Havannah. At Annapo?
lis?Hani*-*', Phlox, te be kept as a ferryboat; Wyoming.
At (.'bester, 1'eun. ?Roanoke.
ASSAY COMMISSIONERS.
Washington, Feb. 1.?Tho President has
desirtiated the following gentlemen as commissioners to
tnt aud examine tho weight aud fineness of thc coins
l**?rrred at the several mints In 1882: I.. 8, Payson,
M. C ; Judge William A It'chardson. Professor O. U.
Alan. Yale Hchiititlc Babes!' J'rofcssair J. E ll Hg-.rd,
buperlntendeut of the Coast Hurvey; i'rofessor William
V. biake, New York City; Professor P. De P. Rickett*,
Columbia College; Dr. W. 1*. Lawver, Assayer Mint
Burran; Tbouu* Donaldson, Philadelphia; Professor
El Frlstoe, Columbian University; Dr. H. K Taylor,
?New Orisons; J. O. Kelly, Denver, and P. t*. balom,
Plilludelphlu.
WASHINGTON NOTE*?.
WASiiintJTO.v, T)mrBdsy, Keb. 1, 1883.
The total number of com. executed nt tbe mint* in
ten nary was i,7il,000, valued at tb.'i'i'i.OSO.
The President today approved the Joint resolution
making appropriations for continuing thc work of the
tenth ("ciiiiii.
A bill refried to the Henste this morning by Mr. Hill
sstabllshcs 3'.5 mw post routes, principally In thc
west and hourn.
Ag.*nt McOUiicuddy will return to thc Pine Ridge
Agency and re*urue bladutin. Ho bolds over unto bia
suaxeiaor ls appointed and qualified.
The exchange of three and a half percent bonda Into
thrao per cents wss mumed at ibo Treasury Depart
aReopeoO T_ie toU1 ?xc*1?1*?<' t0 Cat* amount to
Tbe Houae Committee on the District of Columbia
lave agreed to report farorabiy tbe bill to incorporate
0? em'umbia ",M ?M Md Fuel *JO*n->'*n'' ot *ut> -J'-"-?
nenry a Bowen wn Indicted Ulla morning " forcor
npily endeavoring to Influence a juror." William Dlck
BBB* Tb* Interview between Dickson sud Bowen at
SmmmmaT AugU,t"' m2' fum?, tu? ??"?? *-f "? ,*?'
Xae Chief, of Divisions of the Bureau of Engraving |
and Printing railed upon the "Secretary of the Treaanry
to-day and urged the pmmotlon of Captain T. M. Burrill,
now purchaser of supplies for the Bureau, to be Chief of
tbe Bureau, in place of Colonel Iriab, deceased.
Thc Controller of tbe Currency hoe authorized the De?
troit National Bank, of Detroit, Mich., to begin business
with a capital of $l,xXX>,00O. He has also extended the
corporate existence of tho First National Rank of Bur?
lington, Iowa, to February 1, 1903.
The Commissioners of the District of Columbia have
been Informed that the President bu approved the bill
slillllsbteg the detective force of the Metropolitan police
of Mils city, and bave informed all the detectives that
their service* svill Henceforth be dispensed with.
In the Court of Claims to-day the cases of tbe Illinois
Cenlral Railroad Company and the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railroad Company, which arc
diiliii* against the Untted States under contracts for
carry lue the msils, were argued.
Tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue telegraphed
thc following instructions to Collectors of Internal Rev?
enue to-day : " Where taxes are due and unpaid upon
spirits In warehouse* mi February fl, the proceeding to
collect will be by assessment, and you will report such
cases on your next H.t."
The faculty of the Johns Hopkins University have pe?
titioned Congress to pass an act, providing that the Su?
perintendent of the Naval Observatory shall be a prac?
tical astronomer, and that when a new observatory
shall be built the building shall he under the supervision
of a commission of competent men who know the needs
cf such an Institution.
The following circular was sent out to-day to each Re?
publican riiniiilici' of thc Boam " A quorum of Republi?
can members ls demanded for Monday, thc oth Inst. It
ba. been fuiiv demonstrated that lt tbe baponsnl bael
in-.s aif tills session is to receive final action, 147 Bepub
llcans must ho lu their .cat* from ll a. m. until
rdjoiirinneut."
IBs Esses Committee on Military Affairs agreed this
morning to report a bill authorizing tbs liesiilcnt, WbgB*
t s a fl a military reservation sha,l BS report" 1 to him as
hbaiiilona d and not needed by Mia- War department, to
bave Mic reservation surveyed, plotted, appraised and
terned over to tbe Seentsry of tne Interior tor sileas
Other pul.dc land*. Tiie eommltIM eoiistila ra (1 tbe
Oran! Etotlnaseoi bin, bot took do setton upon lt.
Judge Jere. Black finished his argument iii opposition
to thc Anti -Bigamy bill Belan tba House Jualh-iarv
Committee this morning. Mc charged that tin- Anti
Mormon lasts arc utilized fair the benefit aaf a x-iinila- of
polltletena sad Qentitoa wbe bold the oAen aad want te
control mea ns of acquiring wea!; ii in tbe Tai ritory. tie
tonk Mic gnni ii d (inn team na b no constitutional trial
bi Jury in I'Lili so long as Moitui ns, nf winni Ile
twenty to ene Oeotlle, sn exolnded tren lorin
To-dav, i.y spinal appointment, Otwrln Wyt
ead tbe anneen of ins iir.un.itii' oompuny wen n
., it.ai ny -in- iie-iiii!ii nt tea waite House. Tbeyra
malned Mure about tinlf mi hunr. Tba BOUM iniiipliinaii!
wm extended to them by Gesenl sherman. Mr. Wynd
i um i- to be entertained at dlnnei on Baturday bj a
lumber of Senators sad members of tbs House of Bep
ii s, ntative*.
NA I A L IX TE LUG EN< E.
WasiitbotoBi Feii. 1.?Commander Lonia
Clark li is been or,lcred a* Inspector of < (rda
Nitty Yard, League Mai**. 1'cim.; Cumin.in-Icr 1.. L.
Woodward lui- been (bim In al from duly al that yard and
placed om waiting orders ; Lieut, meat .(ulm c. Wilson
ordered to tba noeivtog eblp Ot. Louis si U ign I sad
Bar] fsrd; LlentenentJshn A. Bogers te dot] st I ie
Miilsa!." Iron Viaitk.*, Nii'ci,-ssh, PbllsdslpblS; I
SBtS W. I? 1 ledi and I dw.it ! I: Ibirry di tesbl d (thu tbe
i-.iciiim.uil when Bear-Admiral ? Titz is relieved and t
da real te rctairn lmiuc.
Bsst^AdsBlrsl Ptern Crosby, rirmtnandteg tbe Bontb
Atlsntle Stetlos, te a report te (he Bsvy Depsrtmeat
gated Montevideo. Deeenber -l. transmits a kittel tress
(. apialn A. W. Weaver, BSaanandlng the Brooklyn, ra
porting the movements aif tnat vessel la ba trip |
Cruslover, t'atagonls, wits the ttaseltof Venus party
under Lieiccnaiit Very. In tbe sbseoce ol the Brook vu
Admiral Crosby transferred Ins Hag on board i
1008 ld* sst, daily i inciting the rellim of thc Brool
lan io Mootai nico.
Thc Sec rc (art of Mm Navy has approved Ihe Buding,
and sentence of tbe Bsval Court Martial m toe
landsman Mil,tam il Poster, wbe a aa trad on boord tbe
Osleua ut Alazandi ls, I.e.* pt. fur ctn,mg thedesth ol
landsman John Parker, rosier ssas found gu Hy of maa
slaughter ,a:,al s, m uoed t a three ) a ara* Imprisonment ot
bsrd labor and dlsbonorsbts ili.-cu.irgi- from the Navv
Wltb thc loss ail p iv
TEE OAPTUEED TRAIN-BOBBERS,
ATTACKING A MOUNTAIN 8TOCKADE.
IBB ii kit i i. s i-i;- Ol nu ai\ii:\i. PACIFIC
lisil.WAY ciii.'ir. Di ti -lainv fW0 "l lin:
BABBITS Will Mun.
Salt Lau Cm, Feb. I.?SberifX Turner,
of Prove (Hy. who bad charge el tua" porty arhlek i ap
I ired tiic (e.llral PoeWe dam rubbers 11
miltie tin" following stat ineii! : "On l-'ildiy, Mr.
TbMker,sdetectiveoffleei emp ryed )-i Wi ls, Psrgo A
Cu , ami bb) self met Bl Prove' ny oa tbe 4:80 p. m. train
cn note for Decent. We teen Junia--! -har.II John
(idlesple. a.f Tooele county, xv jo bsd bera wsttteg I
f u four du*... gfe held aeonanlistlon, bsvlsg alreadj
learned that tho robbair* wa re cam pi din tba mountslnt
aboat fifty ni ilea taithe nort!iwe*t of Deeent, In Mallara!
County, Clan. Oe j-.atutd.iy aborning, wa fralltil apea
Joseph a Black, of Dnant, to know if ha- sante taralab
ua with a baggage-wag ni and nddtebonaa, w'm-li ba
dial, rtneker tess telegnpbed to Dooley, ti Poll i.ak.-,
fir lesg-nnge gun. Md a BaU-gUee, .sad
Da-puts-."sii-i iff Faiwler, aif I'dih Oously, was
tnlagrspbed to join us st Deaeret At 4.:n> on
Bonday afternoon, us sic were riding
across tha-lulls foi IhSpaipOOOOl asoertalnlng a dn.it
r iud- la MS *t -(kaile of the rabbets, wlilch au. In Am.
joi..' Mom.ta.n, we disoovereal two men, armed umi
inounti il, Backing In lbs allia ."Moil of the itockade. At
breakfast on .-vu in day morning the party had Sleeted m.
a" imiiiauder Bf tba company, end being lu tin' .'i ul. ou
glaeeveeteg tea ttttt i Baeksned tai the naen of my
party in the nat uud they canna up. We hitched autr
horse* and left two of tin: party a. a guard to the ani?
mal*.
" Wc then started on font Itt pursuit of thc men wc baal
s.gliti I, ami going to the brow ot tba hill lu front of u*.
about VH) or ooo Bael high uti'! a dis!ance of from ISO to
175 yards, wa- obtained a full view ot timm. I ordered
t.n'iii to hitit and throw up their hands, at tbs same time
calming them a* my prlsom-rs. Ormu* Suy Juiiip.-.l
from hi* horse and shielding lilmvif batted the animal,
tired a pistol shot.
? " Frsuk ' Hswley, tbe other bandit, who wa* a little
to tbe rear and further north, and about the oenlro of
a narrow gulch, alsojiitnpcd from his BSSSe He eavend
himself with bis animal. Then we opened lire on tbem
Tbe first volley ahot Hawley's horse through the law.
IBO other horse fell Immediately afterward on lils lift
side. The bring wat s'UI continued hy both parties.
Thc bullets cut the cedar boughs over our heads. One
bullet passed near the heads of Wise. Cropper anal
'Umina* Fowler. Another bullet passed betsreen Thacker
and myself while we were standing shout six fetal apart.
About this time Nay threw up his hands and apparently
s irrendend, and thc (lung ceased. Hawley ran to
tie opposite side of thc hollow and laid in a
sn,*!! ravine. We Mum fired several shots
In tbe duce tum of the riinbu.rade Where he was.
Nay tbeu tired another shot, but seidng that resistance
wa* useless he Informed us that be was badly weenga.
aud was willing to surrender. Id- also said that Mast
h;y was shot and wounded. I ("ailed to Nay to tell Ilaw
l.y to lay dowu his anus. Nay said bo wa* ao badly
wounde'l that he eou.d not get to him, hut I tali him he
had to do mo aud be ?tarted In the direction of Hawley.
He got half way ts him and wo saw Hawley throw his
gun away. Wat then advanced, and on reaching the rob?
bers found Hawley sfj.it through the leg. Msy had been
shot in the right suouuh-r and had alto received * ld sb
wound In the leg. We picked die men up and gat In-real
tue saddle hluuket* we uad lu camp, (mr baggage
wagon was seven miles away, over a rougn country.
We scut Black fur tte wagon aud he returned about
1) o'clock than evening. W* plaieal spiiuta on
Hawley's leg and rendered all possible BSStetasn to the
wounded men. Having put them in a wagon we seut
tbem hack, wltb Black, George lloyd aud Joxpli Bunni,
to Deaeret.
" Having no provlsloua for onraelvea or the amlnal*,
and learning of the camp of the two Bintth buy*, at Fish
Springs, wc proceeded tbetc, aud the boya furnished us
Wltb oats for our horses and sonict'Jlug fur ourselves lo
eat. Tills idiuc was two miles to tho inn tn of the scene
of Mic capture and aoross a rough country. Here we
built our camp tire, and at i!i 30 o'clock ou Monday nunn
lug we bad our burses saddled lu readiness lu mai cb ou
the stockade. At 3 o'clock Captain Deal, (Sheriff Brown,
Deputy,Hherlff Polk and party were seen riding In the
direction of our camp-fire, nt a dist alice or .-OH jurds. I
stepped out ami informed them tnat I wa* (sheriffTurner,
Bheriff Ri own recognized my voice and Jollied our party.
These mon weie all on their way to Mic paint to which
sac stir.'geing After consultation, I told the party we
bad denldad upon plans, whicn 1 made them aaiualnttvl
w lib, mul I ii'-sc plan* **<i'- adopted for lurther opera?
tions; the two parties togo taaga-tua-i. i baal already pro
cueil a guide and tbe eulin: psrty proceeded to tue
stockade. At daylight on Monos*, morning, tue guide
took a note to the atookadc, lnformluc tbe robbers that
their hljlii'g place waa surrounded, but that tbe officer*
did nut Intend to burt them if they would surrender
pe urabi v. 1 sent two of iny men to a situation lu view
of the stockade, and Hberiff Brown aud D. pitty (Sheriff
Polk also took up positions to view the rendezvous.
-Alter the guide had been iii the c.bin from five to ten
ic In lites,' Vea ' Karie, one of tbe robbcrs.came ont of tho
retreat and started up tbe canyon on foot. He had guim
Burnt three reds from tbe house wlieu Deputy-Sheriff
Rraiwne culled on bini to bait and rome back. As bs
niue hack,opposite tbe door, ' Frank' iranda one of tbe
readier*, aud ' Rsa ' Anderson, anoiber or die gaug, situ
came ont uud Sheriff Brawn told them to pa*a down tbe
iniiyon which ibey did until tiny got opposite where
our party wa* altuated. Teluna them to halt, we
walked down to thom, ond I and Brown searched tho
house and men. Their anns bad all been left tn tbe
house and the men had no weapons about them. The
nirsulng parties had instructions if they oould not dls
edg* Ibo lobbers wltb guns, lo throw giant uowdcr la
to their fortification which was admirably suited for de
fence with strong atone walls with loop-holes through
whleh to fire." . . .
Francis and Howley confessed yesterday that they had
been enaaga-d In murderous robbert! * In idaho last Bum?
mer wltb "Hack" King and "Bill" Adams, now in Jail
at Malad City, Idaho. Hawley ls a desperate ensiaeter
and appear* tu t*e the leader of the gang, 'afunking
nf Mu- attack ot tbe Central Pacific train, he said that so
far as Ross nae o-merned ii would have been only a
matter of time for them to have burned him ont. If ho
(Hawley) bad been on the Inside in Bsn'a pise* be
could have "stood oft" lifts- men. He had done so be?
fore, nnd If he had had two more a* good as himself in
thc fort in Ike mountains when tue posse surrounued tt,
there would nave been some lively shoot mg. Hasviey
said: "I'm In a fix now, but I ffflen 1 ran stand lt,
and what I cant stand I can Ile down to." He said his
parents wera-respectable, amt ho would not have them
kiHisv of lil* illsgraca- for all tbe wealth of salt Laka".
Nay, thc robber who wns alangcraaiisly wounded, was
taken to die hospital va-t -rains-, where tho whole of Ids
shattered sboubli-r blaale was taken off. His wife and
four children came tip from descrct to see hun. He will
not survive many days. The oilier wounded men will
get well. Photographs of thc band have been taken.
They nu- imw awaiting nqeisttMB from tho Governor of
Nevada.
77//; COREY EXTORTION TRIAL.
Fim.ehoi.d, N. J., Feb. 1.?In the Corey trial
lo-day. Della McGorry, a ahambermald employed ira (he
Believes Hotel last Bunnin r, tciilleal that, she tonk
charge of thc rooms of two ol Mn pottenM. Bte declared
that she cleaned their maims tn tbs same way a* the other
rooms were Bites deg t". " The maid tolal me," said Mm
witness, ** that Mrs. field told li* r that Dr. Henry told
her latia.field) tbel thc maid must not luke charge of
Peter's room. Ill-cause abe might give thc baby the di.
ease." .Despite tba et-jnsttoa <>f Oeaeral Gilchrist thi*
curiousitBtatt "ia- adaslttssT.
James C. ltayli*. pu-ul. nt et Mic Ness Jersey Htate
fianltarv Jtuinil, la-sillicd that In- cuni,I otha no sugg* ra?
tion* at tu Mic plumbing lu th-: hotel. He ?uw soiui- ile
feet rt in the draimige.
llinry H. Mathews, svho supplied (ores with charcoal,
testified Muir be bad heard dr. Henry tell Cony that be
con ni remove tba patients la tke mm mt saggeetod wiiti
Onl .lill ala',gai' to Ul. Ill
ii.huts Benni it Mid tba! he cleaned out (he cesspools
nml alni nut dele*' any unpleasant odors from th- m.
Marv Cony, wlf* ol Ihe defendant, testified thai Mr*.
i.a-t i inbi lui tbatabewsa. feeling well when sae ar
lived at the hotel, aa she had bren entertaining a great
deal of i-nninaii'. i ni the wini i ni"! wss ttred out.
l-l Iii HIV liaal bel Hui! ll ita,Hld Hui illU't IM pjllililis to
iiuisi iiiciii Be tlit.ii-.il. ibu Mr. Msyei sva* only s*?k
lB| lu'luili-ty.
.f SI W SALT HELD.
IUk iii-ri i:. N. V., Feb. I.?There la mncb
excitement In R'srnw omi ia" Boy ova iin-s.-iii produo
Ing ibid of m.ii region. Ilundn ls ol buna., an dally
being ma I* ni.i'd ir. d from two sells si Wamw. Agent*
of st ni a-ii-e. inborn and Canadian ayadlestn sn on tee
ground tn tn iii large pnrchs*ea "t lanai sad d' -ink
a , Heady ba- ll
shipped fi ., \. .: -au ia. iiuffaio, ami bimdreds ol barn la
to utile: | . ii i .
'BEAL E8TA If.
\a e.-v..nh. norad ir. Pi b, l. i*--t.
f.be following sales '.sin beld at tim- .Ex?
change Salt "Minmi la"i-i!;i\ :
Ihj ll' i. Iltitnmtr>ly.
I .': -uti lui. W .Ina ,,,ii, will I.,,. ..ai'T 1 asl I'.'tli.l,
D * Tib II a nf .".III I.e. Iaal '.'.. X I '.'7 t'. ii I I '.'7. Ul Oil
?kan Minny ... . fis.OOO
lill Ililli, M, i. r
A la ind r.-t ii Ihe : Stol a.- willi lei
. 1 ft t. aai bib ive mt
ll ?. I" I . ct ? e 8,180
II _ stn ? ...,.".
lt W alt .'al ai l). 10x1*0, C
1' Will* . .
BECORD1 D Bl si. l-l _TK TRAIISPBB**.
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IBM ?' ia - |8o fl w.af ju iv. i rsBos
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s?. laic UH . ? .? i ???? " Mary A
S Hillls I.) J ' ltl| IIU _ ll,ISM",
12th si, , -. HO '. tl is ??' Ave-K ? lu '. . ll tuite
II. !it.i IdolublDi Ila ll.Ill o
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Bprtaf lt. Ni db ta
Un >ll . Iii 740
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ailll Will Iaa Lill) ( I. :l,i :. .llntBli ?.!,,
tii'.i hud
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4'llh ri s s .'7 ll ? ..i i-I il I Ml I ? li
taa Petal 'I", ll 4.0(81
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t., ii . lalla i .aid alla irs loo
lilli si,*1*. .'1 ... m. .a ? .4.7.11
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lilli a.i s vt ... ..! j-lli ,1 8i.fi.IOO, J SV LilliiilliBl
ti, J kl I.II,a:.url ...
BOBBI.I Isle I al I-asl la,, _ |? ,|, 4|,.< MI...Il.?-r
I., ll li ' Ul III (la I)
Mn nfl st ,.Nn ?l. Lal* .ii d Ia .... a BM Wife In M?llo
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.'.sn, .". ?,. ?:. fi vi ..r-iii .te ".aa,.j , pnaly
Illa! Wile taa SllDOU Hr! I.la Illa I ,
79Ui-*l B a, -aa- io rt w el Biara, .ino.-. HOag
g. iilie.iiii.-i el si In --J -iiiii-i .ino,
'.'7lii -I. * ?. IO** K i "if iii a ? ??. Titus.I*, Ul.tai
hui al si ta I' H ilssd .
i(a.i..e .,Tl ?l. .Nai ?l, il M Jaaliiisam ?.,d ml. in j* J.
Mre . Ti,(S)O
Hull lt, ll " - an aat Hull ililli If 111 I tSIl 1,1.11 .11 . J
,S I a,II,vt, ll la, a ,1|:1 ? . ,. SS , .. . _ at il ,, , .
i8tb-at.es a aa 4 Haol a'.lli or. la -liiHl.a. lUllj't
Anni tu W iii -l.il/fliiaeig - . lu.MK)
M*.l|?.-ll "'. I" S ld filial *-c (lilllie, si, .HUH; |?
Huckin Ha M l.eiK.i ll.tiOai
.New i h.tiiiiai-r* *l, Bo I- B Kuli.ul mat wife to T
LaaM fi,(8io
88th -I, ? S. 881 I f( e Hf 'I aa I" ? 9.7*1*8 1. (TtlirilB'
S_l CUBS tn I X al.llilaa '. alu
Ililli, -I, s s, (, .1 ( I, ( a,. SH, ,1,-, .'I, H.-,., ? A
Malden In Lil. li Iteiuli.e . . 11,000
7_ll -I, ? *. ISA I fl vt a.| .at ,i ,-. |,. -ilia'.''. K ll) li lu
I molli,!! K Meed Uki snulher . 1
t.Mli il, ii s. '.."(8) ll w ol _d Bte, 8*11100.1, l" i'iiher
Li Anairew limb .... . 18,008
7 I'd si li ?, Ul ll'"f .lusa-, 1'.Ti 110'.' J, llrgliia
UtaSBBBSl fl inui lui. linn! le A -ililli . lt.f.lS)
7'.Uh lt, SB, In,a lt W ..I '_.i mw, _- .i |o_._, * UraaaaMB
tn ll Muck.lu Ulai an.,Hui 18,300
..1 -tr. f r. Ja ll sol , a. Iii il, '.'al 10(1. il I )iu ;!,_. lui
da I'Jiger. 19,600
.T7lh ii, ??,-'*'.' it e.d aMliaie. 84X8S.8; *) *:.ia
g..un lo .-"Bi ali SI Vs ool r.'.' ..on
Hlh ave. *' ?. 80 8 I! li ol "Halli si. l.i 3X1*9 i, ASM kt,
a bi i anal liu.liitiiil lu il. Wal*a . '1A.00O
ililli, aat. N 4, 17.1 ll W ld Ul UH'. '.'.. I 1 KU '.'I 'til fl,
I- :Sill'" lu alU.il iou! Will' I- a .Siiraall AIIUl.iyiT . 4,(NIH
Koisith St ? e, i'a I! Hot linn.tm, it, '..lino, .lc I,
iii t in sn and wi(.- to Bliss Hernani. ... 4,t*Ot)
:i:iil ii ? i. ui .(.Tl *i. iiti fi e of 7n. ure, ito ai*o a *,
88 ft. .soe li i ol ,Th at,- M..H.. Hi , ss in T Ky.
Kill lilli ?ll'all.a I Ha ll 111),ri 17,800
Flibldge it, e ? Mai ft i of Itlvlngliiii il, .;iiH7 fl;
IT tri - . hnrlllei .lill Kile til I Las 1-ls. | . .. IS,500
AvsA, i h. 4J V ll ii ot i-IIIi it inila-, I,,,,;, looker
itu,l artf* u. ll I *-.i,i_?, .
Wall.it. Na SO, Tin" l lilied MBim sj,,, talgai
a ?ii,|iuuy tu Benjamin n aberauts S *i
I i usH-ri of Han il I n.ui nure Company 1(H) OOO
Hlh an-. * tv eor S7U*-*t, M. Vt IOU; llriiiBti somer
niel Wile toa- K ratall!,!.,aa,I 6i qq,,
188th ?L * ?. 870 fi n a.! Ma,n ..y,., ii, galoot JU try A
InriiSitnJ i) * ..ruell SHOO
Kurst iii si, * w cur Hoaatan it, 7SxSS.7i imam Mien.
Bal bm airs ta W Kiaiinpi ??? ooo
IIoikioii ii, Kits ti and 7, i.oiti!i.Si,',ui7'J 81 I*flsBsif*
lli'i i-l si lo < allii-niie springer _(, -g,,
r-Olh si, s *, iull lt w ol Ut ave, tot IO'.'..', Il A Stem,
pei .UKI hil*!) lo I lia irse hleiuillrr 14 000
Wilialiigti'ii ll .Sail a,si and i.h?, also U4 anilUi)
(lune, si, llilillrlUTliiiilneiuiai.il et Bl k.l.!
ta Jacob Mails . 20,tiOO
liiinei pis* ?-. a a. 318.8 rt .of Kdgaeamb )io?.i, p.t.
Muggie*, i clan es. lo .Nichols* rowen . 47q
nialia) ti. .Nai lin ami No il'.' and j* Mercer at. J P
Tiiwiilciul et ol mc K Huib'i . 476
[Tinton st, Bo 178; C t ll ac Lom, referee, to Issac
Mains. . 21,675
['aii8l.il, No ll*!. P vs Wining sud another, eiecu.
Ians, lo ( hailntl- Harnell . 18 7.-|()
dal* 477. 478, 4H7 sud IH, on lien ott ive, ii p
HOillli, ni. li e. lo li M nicoll . 8.800
'Kill at. D *. ".181 lt w I Itli .ire. .'.'.I lim,... Liluitt -ai,.
font to c K Appleby. 4,9o0
Pltri ll. li *. 47 il fl e of Leiliigl'ili ave. 888z7l| Mar.
lilli -lllllll lia ,ln?e|ili i ??.i .lou. I'.',7u0
VM *L ?*, ISM It w of '.il ive, IS 8_1U_ Sj (J I* W*ed
nml un-.llu-i Hi Md wiu Tye . 1
I .Hlh ,i. s ?, BU (i w air .ih-ivi', 88888.111 Ann
1 hointob and htiihaml ta A c lu iuii.ui . '.2,,'jOU
I'JttliHt, n i, iud rt e ot i-lli ri".?, *r_ IUK8I ll, An?
thony hun th 7inl wits tu ll (irosiuiaywr . '.'4,(HK)
I-tia "l. S ?. '.ililli ft S aaf Ath ave HI Ul 10113, Kinma
J, M v. aiuiiii anal another, exec ulm i. to A lt naa*.
maa. . .
!<1 ave. u <? aor end it, 2AbxlOO.r,i seconal Avenue Ult
Cai lo Kelli Cornier Bud JaihL (Jrlllllll . f.0,000
iloiuton-st, a s, St ft e of cbiyalic.il. 97.74,8; O U
soluiiliiki- .111,1 wife lo a II soi,i,ii,iii,.. 13,750
I,th lt, ss. ".'.'*, It w of ".',1 bti", loUll'iO.ll; 8 hlm
iiu-uaaiial wit.. t<, i-harie* aedawlek. 10S.*)o*)
'7Mi il, ??. UK,- ft w of ld av*. L.TixlUO.ll, Mme to
. ??l?e . 00,000
1roBdw?y. No. _9;(, Mahlau Hand* and wita to Ooo
Meals**. 73.-.00
lath *L ni, J.'iU fte of Hlh ive, "JftiSI.O. P 8t*ilch*l
_ maa ai,d wife to J O Heit and another. 19,000
l, th ii. noon wot ?m ave, ".'."iills.U, M M William*
to Mn tin Wolf. . . 9,000
mt il. u i, 'iou 11 * of Madison ave, 6uxi?J"u.oi J W
Hhaw lt. XV T llyemen. 33.000
Oth st. BS181 Weal, Augmta iSlBter and anuthar ta
Peter millner. . 14 800
4,000
Rflll (follllC UJtllltCiJ.
A SMALL fnmily of adults would like to
f_ hire a linus* a>n suten I?land. between NawHrlshtoii
nd Vanderbilt's iaindlnaf, tan uilnntas from either feiry;
ceSSSSSy May 1. BcuBumT, TribuneOfflo*.
trVANTED IO bUY-Dakota nml Northern
IT Uii.BsaH.ti laud*. Addrtui W. O. HILL, Waahluglou.
-iirj -Uni (ffitiite for Sale.
A ?We oft'or for sale, reudy for occupation,
-ca ? ibo following list of choice new hou?e*, built by our
?el rna:
No. MI Past doth st.. TA feet wida
Naa. '.0 Kasl ?l!)rli sr.. ;)?_ feef wlate icomer Msdlsomsve.)
Na MIH MsiIImoii ave.. "."4 x, fcot wida-.
Nos 41 and 4K Wear r,:i,i st., i'i feet wldo each.
No. '.'77 Lexington-are,, 24 feet wide.
Noa 139 to 147 East IOU st fiom 17 to 23 feet wide, at
ve? moderate price*, or will rent.
"louses open every day. Hand for pamphlet* to
CHARLES P.CKK A CO., lr. hit., u, 03 Ksst 41st-8t.
_(?ncccs*orst<) Duggin A Crossman.)_
POR SALK.?On Baal 78tb-e_, near Madison -
8 ave large lot uual 3 story frame bouse. RCLAND A
WIIITINd. li 1!..man-si.
FOR INVI'.ST.Ml'NT.-lliiHinesrt properties in
-I (Ids via in,ty. Price* from $13,00(1 up. RULAND A
WHI ri NO. 5 Beckman st.
VALUABLE CORNER; St Nicbolaa-are.
V and l'J.ltli st , best iu lliirlem ; 131 x raul (Dix CO . cheap
and easy terms. W ll. KI.ITN Kit. 08 Wall st.
Citn propcrtn lo ?ct.
rP<) LEASK?Five liiinilsoino now four-story
a basan 17ta28feet 139 to 147 East SOtt-st. Watch?
man un |.ieiiu.es. aai iiiaply to CHAIM.KS 11LKK A CO., Ar
Chita. I*, dil Ku*t4l.t-*t.
I
0 LET.
I.N THE "WELLES r.UlLDINO,*
sltiiatert on Ilrairidwav iillal lb.vier ?L, opposllo Howling
du i ii. ria,, in rt unices In tho City ad New York ('ir
BAN KINO, issi BABCB, HIlDk'KH.-, or OTU Bil BCH1
** i -
This enllri'ly new ami truly magnificent luilMIng is now
completed ami ready (urtta cnpMcy if ts built nf brick. Irou
and pink graalta, and UlidiU'il'ilHLY BI RE-PROOF
ii i uni un, four passennr slevatere pure spring analas
frn.il au artesian well mid ill the
LAH.-I HOOK RN I sfPitiiVKXf KM'-*.
Choi,, od. e. aaa bow -a.- ... ured by earl; appUeatton tithe
Blllist'libei 8! lils lilllie in s.ilil I,lidding. So. IS HiiiiittvHV.
M. Xi. VAIL.
?Aitclion Gules of Kcal (Estate.
?^ J. J.KI'l.cKKi;, Auctioneer.
KICKIN l;l; s SAI.K.
BNICXERBO* BBB Lui: in-chance com PANY'S
I Ll (.ANT Hill.in Vd,
BBOADWAT ABB I'viiix I'L.X'K.
A. .1. BLEEI KER A BOM
i Ham on Pi litut I t Ti mu y J, ut IJ m., al BM li
. hiiu., ? Salesroom, -.aa iii inoiulway.
UV o IM-Kit rn- L'HAa-t. H. Ill sill, .?.., RECEIVER,
ron buildingiimi leaaeho d lot v-"
1 s OW t s. northwest coi ? h 27a
lu Mu nuiei, ttn-i , nial | cm lu- Heil
' 'i'll . ela- ul.ai In ba a. in, nt , t|,,, tirsi Hour ih mic of lbs
lll'.sl .ii ll,le foi IS.xNKINll I \-Cll S.Nl l.. ni lld l
itt le . finely (ia--, oed
Sa ? i'i-iiliiie, subject io ap
? I .a.| t
i'm map* ,i|i|i v ta A J. Bli eckei ,v s,.u, Aoolloneers
ins I ll I.l -I LL.
li' il. ti**iii?. -. ? (ta reiver, 83 WllUam st.
sn i... i lot the Be* elvi I
ADRIAN ll. MULLER. licUo-eer.
TO (I.()**!'. AN l>TATE.
VALUABLE STORE PROPERTY
BROADWAY,
WORTH AMI PEARIt-STS.
uni) is m. ni i.i.i":i: A\ BOB wUI nB at saedaan
- ss, i binary 'tb .i 13o'clock, ii tho Exchange
,1 -.il .* l .
I a - LOsI AB atSBTAI k\
? sd, with the .",-!,,:. | ki I siiti.rell.ir
1118' lill I! aa ! a -, I ,.,, i ,:,... I .I, I,- na, ll 4 S ?
? a- 1111*1 IHSV A V. M,4 bl - a' al ?- SS a,|; .
ind n a '?<??. ii ali si , bavins - i.ta.i Ik feel on
? lt h el mi Pear st, cou
raining 7 full leta
Al - i.
a nu tieri Iron )? i.l m - sud lot. south***! cm
KO a,f II.IU.MIM I) ANO SSlllUil-l beta* > fa ? 1 I
iii, ba t ti mil on Broadway at ll 0 fe. I a.u Waar:,, st
Ha - .a | .. ii, e i,r tbe *u iloneers, Naa 7
?
BrooklQtl j.'ropetin for Gale ano Zo Cii.
1,01" SALK ,in verye.isy lenna, b ronr-story
? WI -I .'.il'. Of I ii lll'ilu i
mid w..t bel wet a l ii I lon anti \s all street Von lee ovi-rlotialng
i ami i ii ii ii mg th rough na I Tu man ,! . wilka fami itari
. i. ie un i ii. iii ui bi lol I ii.io a small amount only of cbbd
4 lu;
.\ t i
xTountrn jjiopcrtn Xor Bale ano to _ct.
LTERNATE PLOTS, IWxlOO, Knitli.
i I > welling* on I . "? prices, ARCH, yoi so,
i.i .1441 Broadw*j n v
I/ol: BALE. A lina- country place with w*ll
i inai-ie?! tarni buildings nigh asd
|| , a
itt net?u ii Morwalk ami ? milord a mm
IT . ' (I .' " ."?' '.. - ? Sill* lo Ibu .mimili! aat lanai .mal
hulldlu ??? Ippl* ia. a. K (iit.x i preta
I. .ur in iii. iii..,: KNEELS NU. A Co., BS Nt.aiu ,1
|-**OH BALE TO ('LoSK \N ESTA I I
1 tik ' BORRIBTOWB, "? '
? a,: ... ?:., ,t (? ii.; .a
? and shrub* ; inagnil' .-ul
'.Ulai lawn um mansion, containing li room*
I ? araiel at. lillis t. .il ll A KD M ll I .1
si modern li I w.it.-r tbronghont i
a> ir>- lui ti . ? ria eliot***; tanner's boas*, with
-? i, li IMS, lt ?'
' '. .1 r ?? ll'. I . ? a a I
drina a suiiurb
r a r ,".i tu |. aici the
? au i e. r i
iii \ i ut ia. ,i i \ 11 , , i ootar.
6 ? WT si ."..'.Ih it._
'?!*<? LET. \t Siiiiiinit \. .1., louisa s tan- Bea*
? -:. -'leal air mini iiishad Sd04*e*S V. tl.
I'I i ..lt Mini.nil .V J.
U'lli.ia. SIIALl \\ I- SUMMKRt?Bend a
I n,(ai i ..ni n i,u? sung a ni free proNtieetusof th*
" l-l I au \|l|,| |'."?
H.* ,,ai .,??.! (ai ii. .ia. mn |i!*ca; sae hour (rom
li c. t. ou ll.i-.scull iiian.tcre Idalia a.
n 1 irm oi ii .tt DI.NTON
? Haa ns !- M ll Chan,luis.I . N V
9lf iiiibouta nub tiiiilronbo.
FOR BRIDGEPORT)) ? I ill pointe na H01T
l-i ? \ I I CK KAII.Hi) SI'S -t. u ? i .
.Stbailae situ st l> lo a. rn . .1 181 p. in . _1.1 st , l.aat
I. nip m. I *ie aivti-t dan ii) anr min i mul..
NORWICH LINK
il I., H..si.a., ss,,i, >aii< r. Nashua, I'.inland SSS Ul* Beet.
T dc lu-tv Iron "Slaino-i
i | i y OB WOHCEMTBB,
\S ' h..ul ei. eptiui, nie Wost c.ugaul boat on Um Sound, .ia)
Hie la.auii.. Ill in- N I.SS 1, illK.
leave* Pun \a, m. North River, neal a.f svaiti-it.. nen pier
alana r S lins *?? .t si. len,, <l u t. 'ii'|ai I nu, lays, at 4 .inp ,u
i/oit NHW-HAVEN.- Steaatera leave I'e.k
I BHPBtJp III .mt 1 1 p Ul -lill.lat* i"XCe|llri| 1 1 p. ul.
? leainei am- rs Iii lune tm tarty Innis North and 1)1.181.
PALL RIVER LINK [or BOSTON and (ti*
1 a.A-l Iii. 1 li.ni i ii,f.lto Ho.tun, lowell anal
Kill hlniig *: lo Newport and rall lUttr. ?'.*7.-) ni N. t
Hniroiai corresponding ic.iu. tum to other iiolBta btaaaMir*
Bl PORI and Ol.li Cilia,NY la-aro New York oo alu.
nate (lays. Header* ? X' spied, fraiiu Pia. JH. Nm III Uiver, bsil
of Manar ?'.. .ti I Wp. ni. a iiuiieciiou Oy aiiin'i boa* iron*
Broel un itaa.it ur Kuii.ui *i i. ,,U.| jor**y eily Urom toot
of I. i, ii.iu .e pim call ll. III.
HOIM'LN .'. LOVIil.L Agent*,
ol.a). L. coNNOIt, deni Pui*. Agout.
I KilKill VALLEY RAILUOAb.-PasMnBer
1 itiBlns leave aleiinli hsil nf ( 01 rinu.lt anal lieabriiH.cn ita al
7 .rn m., i in and I |i m for Easton, Beth shea, a liontown,
Hc.iliiig. Main li ( li mik. Wllkealiaire, Towuuila, Waverly
Itlui-a, a leneva, Lyains, lluriala. iud (lia Wear. Pullinaii
lluoii.h raiHche. run dally lanai Kain* al MO Bk in (or
i satan. Helli -ia in uni Oeplay.
T laius 'earing al 7:30a u* . I ami 3.40 p. m. ronncct fm-all
luili,ta lu Mahuuir and ILi/.i'ltmi coal region*. Munday train
local foi Mam li Chunk. ML. a in. Learn Mauch Ciiiiuk al
ia
N
4pm
Orneial Lasfern (lillee, con,ai 'd ( laura li ami Cm Lundi..
E. H. HVI.Mi I'ON, li. P. A
POPULAR BHORE LINE.
Uni PROVIDENCE HOSI'ON AND THK EAST.
ALL UAH. PROM (MIA M) CENTRAL DEPOT.
I loee Klines* ll lin* itally iHuiK'ar* eita-plel) lo Host.in it
Ha. m., 2 p m. i icu lor car atlaenedl, aad lop m. iwlth palen
? leepinj cai*), r-uiula-s at 10 u. in. (willi palace sleeiilag
ian,.
V. XV. POPPLK,
Aa ling *ia*iirral I'aisruger A|rn|.
tW-YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON
IMVK.lt HA I Ll a i.i H. (T,n,melli lng Novenibei li, 1883
Ihinugh trains it,il leave m.uni i cutial Deuot
8a m.. Weetara and Narthera B-stSSfl to llaieliestcr and
Montirui nilli iirawiiig-riMim eats aisanu sarato-a
S lu a in . -|ae, ial Elprasa foi l hlcag.!, dallv. -ttopiiln*; only
lt Albany, Syi.iciiac. Hocheslei. lluffalo, lute, a ierelauil an<i
I u.(alu
Ki .ina. m., ( hliTirfo latpre**,drawing roii-n santa canan
lalaaa, Itaeheatoi sad Huffjiu.
II it. ni . to Albany uud iuiy, willi ronnea-tluii to Hilo* -tara
toga, iiii ni I alls. Luke liisirgi) amt Hut,ami.
S Ml |>. m., AI Hauy ami Tiny suer lal, >hIui days only.
4 p. m., Accomnuulatliui to Alhauy aim Tray,
Sp. ru, Ht. lanna Alpress, wlih sli"e|ilug cars for Mr. Louis;
running thioiigh every day in thu week, also .Niagara Kails,
l.uOi ,,, 'lob-do ami Deli ult.
li li-p. ni, Eipia-saaiBilr sicepl "'iHiilay. wlih tleeplng ears
to My ruc nae and tu Auburn Hoad, also to .saratoga Boa Main
real.
8 p. m., Pa.m.- Riprtsa. dallv, with sieeplug ears for
lim lu dei, Hurta!.,, * .eteiaiel, T'olrdo, Uoliolt, ( li leaf o aud
,aiw tine.
ll p. m., Night Kiiiras*. with Hleeplng-rar. to Alhauy and
Iroy, coniii'tis willi morning Kains mi IM Warland ..oitn.
I ii lots on salH at Nai. !, Ilowiiug i.itin. 858 and 413 llrnad
.ar, aud at ss isl, mi's Kipreas odlcei, j I'arB.plac.e aud ,'.sj
ind U43 lli.i.ilway. New Yolk, aud -'tt.l VVaahlugtou-sl.,
Irooklyn. e. li 1111.1,1,1.,
J. M. TOL'CKY, lien MUP'L_(i?li. l'8a*.-li?ei A6euL
JT A KIN'S
J CITY, HIV KU AND II t KBOH TKA NHPORTATION
COMPANY.
Ofllee. Pier IH, N. H., foot of ("orjlanalt-at.
Cauiiigiiiiietiia of (reighi (orwardtsl aa dlruutod to any part
if the world.
UNEQt'ALI.BI) KACII.ITIKM KOIt D1HPATCH.
Order* recelvetl b.r alellrerv aaf all kind* ot frelf ht aud mer
hin.llae to any part ot tho city.
MEA AM) HAIUHHITDWI.N'O AND 11IVKR AND HAIL
JOH LdlllTKIlAUK.
I rrlght of er*ry description promptly lightered toanypoint
n tbe harbor at reasonable rales.
hTKAMBOATH, Bi?BM AND QROVES TO CUAR
r SC lt K*lK K.X'C IL-I ON H.
etSBSSSSS Jolui ll. Htarlu and Erastus Cornlnc for NKW
IAVKN. leave Pier in, n. h.. all* p. m. daily, [satin days
icepted 1
METROPOLIS EXPRESS ra, between New-Vork and |
Jew Haven. * ue iud illsuaU'li guinn reed.
Knight for poinu on D . L AW. uh. received at Plar ill.
tar New Haven and mund East at Plar ia
NORTH SHORE, STATEN dsLA.N I) - Kleren Mlleafor
>n c*nt?, rt* ht earner* from Iron Pier 1, E H., foot of
Vbltahail**,
CKNTRAI. SHIPYARD, Commnnloaw. N. J.-DrvDOcks
tat lillie and Uolior shop* everyltilug apperlalulug lo Iii*
wnatracUoa aid rapalr ot v*a**la.
^RION MASQUERjIde"itAI__
.MADISON SQUARE GARDEN.
February 21, 18s:i
BOXES WILL MK SOLD MONDAY. KKIUU'ARY 5 6
P. M., AT ARION HALL. 19 AND 21 HT. MARK'S
B.-:ik^^AP!TMKNr <AN ?NLY 8E(UIlE TWO
___B___l_^_____J^OHMJJT^
^RION SOCIETY.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
WEDNESDAY EVENING. FKHRUARY 31,
AT MADISON SQUARE HARDEN.
Til ka-t*. admitting ge itleinan and lady, J.j. Kxtra ladles'
ticket, ?jr2._
CTH AVE. THEATRE. MART ANDERSON.
03 Leisee and Manager.Mr. JOHN BTBT80B.
MARY ANDERSON, supported hy Mr J. H. STUDLEY.
This .Prlriitv) Evening. ROMEO A ND JULIET;
Saturday Mallnee, INGOMAR. Saturday Night, FAZIO
Nixl week Mondav. DAt'GHTKlt OK ROLAND Tues
tlay. ROMEO AND Jl'LlKT; WeoutMtday, LGVK;Tburs.
day, HUNCHBACK| Friday, PYGMALION AND (iALA
TKA; Saturday Batten IU)M KO AND JULIET; Saturday
Night lastutghtuf MARY AMDBBHOB.
Steamboats ano Railroads.
DALTTMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
1* MOOKI, PAST LINK IO TDK WEST.
Via liiilaileiphla, llallliiiure and Was tiing lon.
i rains leave riuiu lT-iiii-vlviiina RR. Depot :
I p. iii.,i'ia:a-i,i sunda., (or Washington and all points West.
7 p.m., daily PAST KX lil liss, through Bleeping ooache*
to i hirago, Cincinnati, st. Louis Couuect. for all point*
West.
12 MIDNIGHT, Daily for Wssbtugtou and all points West
(?or I inn' I ables, lickrbi, s.is-pmg ia-iids sud lia.'gago,
apply at a 'ompauy's office, 315 aud .1 iiroadway, 838 Falton
*l , I ll mik I ru.
|~ENTRA? RAILROAD OF NEW-sJERSEY.
\J -Station in New-York, faed a,f i.lb.-riy.?L Station in
llnsiklyii. too -ar Kn.tau,.st.. Jewell'* Wh nf.
Ciiiiiiuimi lug January '.'.a. Irina. Loma- New York
c 46* m.- liai K.eiuiii 'ion. Bsstoa, ssTiul dip, Manch
Chunk, Tamaaend, Tamutpia, lla/.ietmi, Drlllou, .-scranton,
L" |i]'.r Lebigb, Ac,
i'a in. ITu Flemington, lilah Bride* Hrauoh, Schooley'a
MaaiiiiL.in. Rudd's Lake, Lake llopatconr. Khsioh,Allentown,
I a a lac II ai ilsburg. Mimili Chunk, Will.'uuispoU, T'ama
(jua, NiiB.ia. ka", lim. r Lebigb, Scranton. Ac
I ji m. liai ;'a inui.inn, Easton, sin Hum ii, Reading, Har
n-iiiii r, Manch ah mik. Hexleton, Wilke* irre. ec,
ii l i p. -a.- i ur i ..i.i.ui Wind (Jap, s; amii Chunk, Tj ma?
gi!*, la. Ulna SST ikes lill lie, Wi,in I ill I, 11 a. .' ta ill, ,V a .
ip m Poi F anni .ion. iiigi, Bridge Branch, schooley'a
Mountain, Badu'. Luke, Lake Uopateong, Lastou, Ac.
i .tu p m. I a.r laiii.-i 11 ie. Flemington Ac
i in -For l. stott, Allentown, lu-saling, Ilsrrlsbur*,
.Mau. h Ch nu',, Wlikeabarro.
-un.'> . . ai Lia m. 19 m, fm Hound Hr,mk
.mat Intermediate ti,ii,mt ai j an p, ns. foi Eaaton, Allentown,
Harrisburg anil tue M
.i ai 5 i i, 'j i5.ll 15, 7 IA, 7i.;h, h, Silk, 8i80,
iii IV ll ..Tn. in . 13 m. 13:46,
.". tn. .". t.'., i). 0:10.8:80,7, 7 AO,
ri la. H. H la. li) ..o ILL,. 12 p ni
i ir (ral an. neal poluts sea time table* al stations.
li.Ki ll s siidv HRANl il
? i ewarcn and Pt-itti Amboy al ' 8 - i-,, u t.-, _. m.
1 ? I ? iti, S a.T, I I: 1 ? a lil . i. ?? p Ul.
Foi K. t pml atS, - i . 11:46 ? m.. I 15, 4, 4:15, 'i p. tn.
VKW-.iK'i-KY BOU HIERN RAILWAY.
11 VIA SANDY HOOK,
SI l-l BER I. iVl-.s cu.". h. N. H?
TOOT HECTOR8T..
Comment lng octa sr .' 1882
F'ar iii,:,:.unis. beabrlgnt, Mnuuiuu'.h L'each and Long
Hr un h, I p iii
i ... i inlands, i p. m.
il."* a. m..! I", i p. m., for Lake
- i um* River, Btirnegat, Ac,
i i . ni fm Atlantic elly. Vineland, Hi.:., run, Ac.
8:15 a iii i.u ll u i ms ui lil-:!i.iiiul.
I I , I I a P III. lill 1
4 p III, foi stations Ul Sandy Hook.
VKW Yoi.K AM) PHILADELPHIA.
-.1 n iu i- brook ii"i 11;
For rilEN Ion ami PHILADELPHIA.
I., n Nea York trom Station C. lui. nf N. J
For I'm adelphi*, loth and dreeii it* at 7 )?"?,!?.to, 11:15.
* m i. ti, i i .m..-..;,,, 7 un, ij p m ai,i Honday at X:i.*?
am.. ;T.tn 13 p BL For I timi and Berks-Sta, at 7:48, 11:10
B. m.. I !". I ??''. '?'-. 7 p lil 'Hi j a. l-l.
Pori r, lilian. 7 15. '?> fi. 11:15 a. rn I SO. I I 80, Silt-', 7 00,
!'-' |- "a . 1,1 . . III. 1 ' p, Ul.
. Phils lelphla for Sow.Yotti
From station* Phils sud Pestling RR, Ninth sad Oreen
15, Hits S IO, *;. 15, ta p. ut
On Hu iiii i - .'.'i a. ia., a :'o. i'_" p. ss.
-.al "a ic, B '.'(), 9:15 a m.. 1, A 30,
? |a iii S imlay at - Lan m.. L.i'p BS
" ' '1. 11:11 8. Ol , '.'.
1 .. '. 24, , .- p. ,n h ludav, 1.-.'.",. II I - a m.. -1 I", :a ni
il- PALACI ' s RH ai-' ill .i u d to dav tr tin.,
and SLKLPI Ni, i ,, \( m s t? luldnight Hiiins lrom Nc v
York .m. Philadelphia.
t mu,),'i,1, .. m i ?? al Jersey Cltj -tallou to and from
lliuiakls ii alu! Lui" Depot, lu My Ci
Tickita Iii sile ai foot of liberty-st, Nos 239. 'JGi. ML
044,1) , i.:<j:i Broadway, ana) at lb* principal botol* Noaa
ai,il Annex ofti. e, Jewell'* is bsrf. iirooklyn.
ny ii.!,c Company will csll for and check baggage
.? ??: .I, ? -,i deatlnaUou.
H. P. BALDW1 N, il. ii. Pass. Agent.
W i -lt RN.i .;.?!! - ,,,-;. _
MEW-YORK AND LOX'. BRANCH R. li.
1* i Pennsylvania ll. IL, fa-otCorilau'lt
stations tn New York-; ?' ues-st.
f' antral ll lt ..( N J., load, Llbcrty-.U
Li s a i. NEW york commencing Oct, ll 188*
Ku: -.nih Amboy, viaa IC lt. of N J. ... h i -..?. m., 1 45,
4. li p na , sa.a l'i:,?. it. R,, 8,12 ss., .. i, .iii sunday, !) a. UL
Poi Batawan, Ac, ria C. B. li. of N. J ft. s 1.1 a. m., 145,
4, i. c m., ria I'.'iui. lc ic. i a. m.. 18 "i ?'??<?. :> P BX Sun
? i ai.
Poi R it hal . oh, ii "an Grove, A,hun- Park,
sea-. 111. i.um Pleaaant Ac. tuc, il h. of n. j., 5. H.li a.
m.. i ia, 4. ai p. rn . vin rona, il R. Ba m. iz m.. .c:io,.l p. m.
eu. du, cut stopping ai Ocean Grove or A*bury Pant),
ii h. m.
Poi l .ak. s* ?cl. "I..m K,ver Uame-at, ..i>; via C. It. R.of
N. -I.. Si I" j. m.. 1 ... p. iii
I. tia Ct IL IL OIN. J., 0, 1:15. 11 ia Ja m.. 4,
Inr Keyport. 5, 8:1.1 11:45* I,, 1:4 Ll 18, Bar, nu
Foi Atlantic * ny. lim I.u,,I. Bridge lon. AC, l.t.) p. m.
ll. P ll Xl.liSSi.N'. J. R. WOOD, 1 1. RA.N DOLPH,
'. I- A.. I RIC of VJ. (J. P. ,t? P. I: lt. Sup't.
I/MMK RAILWAY now known tu tbe N'KW
lJ VORK. LAKE ERIE AND W INTERN RiILROAD.
? af trains from ('baa I lepot
lu. inna:i .net chican:'i Day I ip a- ?. (rawing.
raaa.in i nacl as ti ii iii.i ii aad suspension B rillara,
ai' ni Dally) Past Ht l.aauis Egprass, ai riving at HtiiTalo
si - a m.,conusctiug with fa*t train* io the ss ct sad South
v- P id'i,au 4 is si luawnis io,.in Sleeping c<i*che* to
lllltl.l n.
7 p nc iDally)?Pacific Kxprea* for the WeaL sleeping
Coachs* iliioiigh to llulfalo. Niagara K.lis. < Itn-inuaii ami
, -a iib.un i banga liol*) .oacbtts iiuougii .<? chicago.
7 lap bi.?Emigrant train for tbe Weat
llll'h. ifmatand I'asSllc al ',' ll. | aa lill. 10.80 A m.. 12
Ilia.,li, 1:48.8.3 .'ill. ( IO, .'? 10, 5 Tl), (I IO. li W. S, I'I .1)1 p. lDi
Vi ii, aitiia.Lt stiuday*. ii. 8:30, lo,"JO a-ni, 1 45, a) 3o p m.
12 ii 'iou;!:!. _ . .
I Blt!. |,||. ti. . .20. < .?",!', !0, 10 '.'.I VIII 12 noon, 146, A,
Atti 4 to. ., VI". ?'- .)*? ,'iTO. i, -IO, 7:15, i*. ll) io l) ui auallJ
n.aalDi|i,t. sunday*, li. I AA. ld '.'*) A Bis, 1:48, 0 JO, 12 uud
uk am) Ps til SOB vu Newark, ii C. 8 IO. 11 .?) a. m.,
;t m. 4 .'". ?? -". '? 1". 7 IO p m, and |2 miiluight --atunUy
iiicbia omy. niiud.iy*. Oil J a m., i lo, u .to p. m.
s-m-iiii. ia. , a,a, 1,1 .'il i in. 1.11, j ,c). j, ? lo, 7il,1.
B in. mid I'J mcmight Suudaj*. ?* ?JO, IU.2U a. UL,
\ ti, ti ai |. ni. ,?,! l.'uiidlilght.
ss j. it .? i, ." ..i.i. ui. 4 (o p. m.
Ni wu ark-nnd a urawall, 7 Ftt, '.n*. m., 3: Td,, to ._ m 8uu.
day, .s.'n a.m.
Ham.'amt .uni Klngelou. '? a. m.. J DO a. ra. "sunday. SK)*. ,_.
, ,,..,, ; ,,i'. ic io-oa. m.. ,ii.)0, .lin. 4.J0. ;. 7.15 p. ?.
*-uai,;at, l) 8:30, lo Jo a m., 0 a.*. 7 p. Ul.
MMu i own ii. 7 .'0, I*, li).20 a. ul. .1:60. 4:;i(), 7, 715 p. m.
.-.um: .)* ' s.'O lo -jo a m., *) .bi, 7 ti. ni Thu :? a. m. aim i.AO
a. in I .ins . auiniai with Mldiaud lUlltnad al Malu *L
l'oit In v i. 7 all.'.' IO'.'ii a m.. 4.'0 ai, 7, 7.15 p. m. Sun
das ? s ti. lu '-<> a. m., ii, b ul ami 7 p. m.
(luata !? ave-'Td al. iiuailtti ol ami iiuarter airer each hour
tn,ni ., i.i ?. ut in li 4.i p. m. ami st lu 4fi ?nil I lit, p. m.
I kstofoi piiatage amt fut apartment* in Di awing.room amt
Sleeping Co icbea can i.e onlaiiied anal ol Ocr* tor '.he chiv'kliig
ami ir.inslei ot baggage mir he left al Hu- Cuuipany'* orllce*
Hom all. HU or U.i7 Hioasiway. 1M7 West st., N. Y- .Vo. j
I ouil si . Ri isa* I vii, or al the * om piny'? Depota.
Bmlgl un s..i,iy. No. .. llaltciy nl.ic.". .....
K ipi c*s train. Iioiii Hie IS esi arrive in New-lork at fOBI
.ii ii ll -? - ni. ami IO lo ii m.
J NO N AlHlnTT, (leu') Pa.s'r Agent, New-\ork.
MORI HERN RAILROAD op N KW-JERSEY
1. Trains lear* fur Knglcwnnil' lotto.. lienuout aud -Myack
7 s .ii, lo ?. in . 1, ;i, i, 4:,-,o, .s Tai, il 40. ** 3d p, ui, 18 mid
iilt:ht. Bundara,oa. bv and 6:45 p. at
Nairn??!, -piing Valley ami S-ousoy, 7. 10a. m.. 4.60 p. m.
Siiinlass, ',) a. m.
J NO. N. ABBOTT, deni l'-uB'r Agent, New York.
PENNSYLVANIA HAILUOAI).
JL On anal after lieci-mbatr 4. 1883.
(IRKAT TRI NK I INK
AND UNITED siatkm MAIL BOUTB.
Irsins I.-8VU New York, via ia,lu,,.,., and c.irilan.lt
Streets Perrin a* follows:
llaillshiiig I Hisburg, lin" \vi"st ami smitli. with I'ullm.in
lalaa a-1 lats SltaCbOS, S a. m., li and S * _s daily, New. York
?nd (Tin agu Limited of Parlor, Dining, -smokiujf and Slevp
laa ' art at :* a ni every day.
William-pm t, Lis-k llari'ii. .Ha. rn . h a, m.: Corry and Erle it
H p. in . t.Heeling at ( orry foi Tu ii* ville. Petroleum cou
Ire. ami lin-Oil Reglous.
Halium i e. SS Bebington anal Um Smith. " Llmlteit M'uahlugton
Biarra*" ol liiiiman Parlorcsisdaiiv, exeapl Baadsr, lo
a. in arrive SS aslnnglon 4 u. m. Ra'.'ular, iii ll. amt P. il.
IL ai ., la sud s lld a. m., Site and u ja. ni . and 18 night, ria
ll aim ai. lt. H.. 1 sud 7 p. ni,, an.l I'J ililli.
Bonnay, sm ii. ami p. ll. ft., Bast, op bb, and 18 uigbi;
via ll amt O lt. IL, 7 p iii and 12 nlglll.
For Allamb" (Tty, except sunday, 5:16 a. in. and 1 p.m. On
-MIIIil.lt . ia li B. Ul. ? _
For * am- Mas. exiipt Sumlay, .115, 11:10 a. tn. Gu Saturdays
Long Brana h. H*) Head Janetta*, anal intermediate station*.
na Rah ti ay ami Amboy. -J a. m., CJ noon, .(.-.to anal j p. ni.
on u. .1 i.'. '?' *. m (Deas nut slot) ?t Ashuiy Park.)
Coals ut " picoklrn Annex" connel wilban Ihioiign rraui*
at .li'iitay City, nffurillag a ipeely aud allraat danstet for
Brooklyn travsL , , ...... ... .
li alu* s'nv.- liaam I'lttahurg. ri "JO Burt ll 20 a. m.. .:J() and
10 "*>u in dallr. From SVanniiigion ami llaillmoro, (*?(),
? 60 am.. :* i'd .1 SO. BIS*, IO KO amt lo : ii B. in-Hiiudar. 0:80,
(i 61- a in IO.ia aud 10:"-*) p. m. From Ilaltliuore 1 "JO p. BL:
on saindav, 0 .).*. p. m. From Philadelphia S:50. ftjW, tj:AO.
(1.;,((. 1) .'(*). ii 40 10 40. 11.4*) a. m.. 1 20, % 3 .10. 5 .10. 0 2 ?.
7 Tn ? 60 '.I'll 10 20. lOali'i ami 10 5o p. m. Sunday. A 60
Bim ii so 6:50.Tl<48a st, 8188, 7i:io, y..i6, :0:io, io:35and
1050 p.*. TOl,mLxm:u>m\.
niE OLD ESTABLISHED ROUTE AND SHORT LINE
mt ru nv. I.'AC ll WAY WEEKDAYS AND '.I ON HUN
"BAY 8 BTAWoA I? FHltADELPHIA, J IN
"A ' NKW YORK.
DOUBt.B TIIA--K. TIIK Mt?T ? ? ? ? -J) IP
MLNT. AND THK FA-Ti **I ' Ul.-. CtiN?*arBJ 1
WITH AHsOl.l'T*?? SAKc)\.
eiuresa Trains leave New-York. Ma DssbtSSBSS and Court,
1 ...it siii'ci Kerrie*, ll follow!
? ',"1 7*ii 8'5* "iBlidlOLIiiiln-dl. ll S. m., 1.3 JO. 3 40,
a a o' / S. aadS) p. m. ?nd ll mguL Sunday*. 6. B,
f. L.mi(^) aid 10* m.. 4, li. 7, 8, and ll p. m.. and ll
r-me88 Tudn* leave New York dally, except Munday, at
7 Vi) a. ui and 4 p. St, running through via Trenton and
?___?_ train* lear* Broad Street Station* PhUadelphla,
*T"ui iU.". -' '-' ?'. 11.46, K5<), 730. 6 20. 8 30 ind ll a. UL
,ri..il.-.l KUTt-ss 13a) p. m.). 1.3, 4, 6 (5'26 Limited lt),
^ o 74;..han.lsJU|. m. on sundaj: IMI. ????. ?i20,
S ai H .1" a. m.. 4 ,6i25 Ll rn Hod . B30. ,4.1. H aud 8 20 p. in.
I.ru-e Philadelphia vial'Buidrn. 9 a. in. and 4:30 p. rn dally
Vie-ei o'tar**. 135, S4!) snd 944 Bro?dw?y, 1 Astor Hons*
iniifmitiif DcsbioBsessiid CourtlBlldt st*; 4 Coiutit and
iro. kiyn Annex sutl.in. foot of Fulton *t.. Brooklyn j Noa,
14 lil) and 118 Uu.l*ou *t? Hoboken. KUUon, J*r*ey CUyi
*?_?ltewT^^ tar _d cb*,k
CI,AKl^._miMist|tr._?'*"r*'1 raoo^tAOtt
J10N1N0T0N LINE FOR BOSTON.
3 (ONNl-CriNO WITH ALL POINTS EA HT.
Rriluce.irare.a3ta. Hoxton for nr?l-ela*. tlok*U, good oaiy
a anec!lied 011 their face. ____. ., a.in
Ki.ga.,1 stsaaiar* ica.edaily (Sundays gtta^lMgBBi
ri. fmm lier 33 North River, loot of Jal-tA. ?BS**sY***S..sr;
lt 1,1^ in Hinton at 0 a. m. TtckeUlor **ie ?t ?U prtntlp?l
VrovThkNCB LINE, forfrel.bt only. *~t*atna-? >?*.,'?
rom Pier 29 North River, fool ol (V anni *f. 4 30 p. m. dally
donday* eicepled). for Bolton sta Providence .inset,
ounuaj a r w ?J1.oi.|,Lj. AcUng ueucr,*! Paaaeuget Agent.
_ Simneemcnts.
AMERICAN WATER-COLOR BOCIVrE
^^TtioSa"!'1 ltt-itta N"w open at tb*
NATIONAL Af'ADKMY OF DK-IGV
r-?-, o ? ?*W! 4Ul nv" mt* teesi. '
^?"oSi^r,-^^^
_~U1 -"'-sic HATURDAY. February 24
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. '-<
*%?W^^^aj^55?^I PEDKBTAI.
Ticket* a' schtrtncr'.. 36 Inion SoiaiV' Tv^*te_ BS&
teat. iParquette aud naloo.,)! $1 aoJ^CfcaBBBB?^
booth's THEATRg iVoart-WeeC
Success uuparelle'ed. List w.ek bnt one
tit.- ,,1?, "'?-?????at play
WlthlUw?liTi,ir:,t,'U,r,<'A"* """IflKs.
stan il "?" <-">n?. Beaattfulsceany. Greatc**t
KeaU.tlc B?U'mVi^ ??! euranesa.
nixi. MAIHQ '*, Thc ,|?.|. Ralbi Kantistlone SBd
oilier Pleasing tcature*. "*
Evi'iiiuuBt 8.
?-._ aatunlay Matinee at 2
.a.ari!;.s;,;'.r?,%.;i,~-,-U!l
B"'i,'r',i^!'iL':?^iU'?";[''e. | g.iig
Mr. univ m,7.i, ..........? H ????" * asta-rt
Matine** Saturday at 2. rt.-at* .ecaiei
?fy wi
The K
Droadway-Ld JOth-st.
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BROOKLYN PHILHARMONIC:
THEODORE THOMAS - ,. _
FRIDAY AFTERNOON. KEIIRCA ?'? ,. ? , O.elock.
FIFTH CONCERT
SATURDAY KVK.M.Nii. PBBBUABT 3,
HuiteluD -*?-ADKUYo.'Mlsl,".
i-sccuef.om 'i/Ailr.,,, ll pteterteoWJ li sioderato '**___9
BIBS EMMA THin-si-x w .Handel
ivertnre, Manfi.,1. A men--,,,
Warenda tai sunn; nroh'sstia..; ."Churnano
Rmuiive aud A.il, fn,.niT,,,.t"..Robert Fuchs
_ _ MISHKIIMA lilCR-'p'v. >|K"1'
Symphony in A, N.. 7 ' *'?? _
Admission -Hiheiii ni '?'-,',.,,?,. ,? : '*.*_??_; ?---Reethorea
re.erve.ls.-8t.at 17.! MonVigne ^." '""''"'--1' Tickets and
QASINO. _Hroii(Jway and *19th-*8tT
OOTII TO 101ST PERFORM SJBOB
of Johann strauss'* ipsstaetea saan nateo*
THE QUBBVB LACE HANDKERCHIEF,
by tho
>'< 'MULL OPERA COMIyCF, COMPANY.
ehiday f.vKNiN*., temneryt, loon - li ,.,
SOUVENIR LACE llANDKEln llll.l,
ptSSSOM ta av* rv l.ulv in ? niling
MATH [BAT.
InZ'^l: *? B-'tano's, No. 5
DALY'S THKATI.I. -
t-T Broadwayaia) lim,.si I EVERY NI01IT AT 8 lfi
Sl.lltiE PAN INK. '
..fohn Drew as serge Panlne
K h..r es I label as Mai t , 1
1 !? ti- ... ronssay Du,.,
'. '-. US a- .la, 1, Manning
\;."'"'. !-*? )?!? -I .- Han.11 ll trio*
I ' Webbei as . i-anuu.
lanny Boraul as .Mr*. Il.-iy.w
Ma I i.l,!,,,. a. Mb helm.,
Kary nba* as .Lot:!,- iiciy,,v
Mis Olio, ii a. Amt
Ads Behan as J cann a ah- iv, __y
SERGE PANINE_Marlu, < -adiTday at 2.
fJRA.VD OPERA HOUSE.
VS Reserved seat* 1 .ide and balcony). 50c
ABBIE PIXI.KY J), tee.
MT.I?.
Eveulng at s Batlnen Wodi < tarni and - i'unlavat2
MONDAY, KEB .1. ZARA ' * '
HA\ LIMA'S THEATRE, l?h-st &"<5tli-^
Thi* I 1ld.1v night :
The present ctuagaam.mt th*only 1 b ince
. .. . .'"H '' """ '" hi J populai aila. nm.
J.K. EMMET*.' Kitti'/ AMONG I . I i. 1 i YPSIES ?
__ .Mainiee s.itu,,ny. Ko Matta** Wednesday.
HENDERSON- STANDARD THEATRE
WILLIAM HENDERSON Ptoprleto and Mana*ea
lt. D'HYLY CARTE'S OPERA GMPANT
Everv Keening at s Ll, .-aturd.i '.fa : J 15
GILBERT AND BULLI VS s -
BBW FAIR*, ') PERA,
KH..XN nu.;.
or
THE PEER AND '.IE PERI.
_*-rchc8tra, ti, baleen* chairs, SI 50, atdsttssbsa 81.
iL/fORNING Ricit.ils in Febnwir?3d Serle
--'-a- MB. SYDNEY WOOLI.EI'l.
liegli.nlng saturn i>, Fehiusry lo, al imf (Tub Theslre.
aiei coiitiiiuiiig Wednesday s and satin ! iy*ai 11 ali). Tickets
iorcoiiiseids x. with (.served teeta,83. lan sa;eat Pond'*.
25 Lnion -ipiaie. ^
\IHLo's. I;,.,.,via! seata Mcoats*
l~l Pool/. .*? (SILMORE.Propnetor*anal Manag*t_
LAST Wi LK OF THK BLACK PLA0
........ -I'liiaias \s i-diie*tiay ami Saturday al J.
NEXT WEEK KIRAI.KY RIlO-s ULM K VENUS.
RAFAEL JOSEFFY. sti-iirway HalC
., ,,., , "-'nig: and a'liii. erl wit!i orciia stra
MIL rilKoditllE THOMAS Conductor
MP. lill Ci:: ill- J ir Ul Taco,
iliur-lny et-ing FsbrSSI. -. li -
Ailiiiia.si.il, .1. itaaei ? . - -, Tit* extra.
_ Now on sail-at Steluw.iv Hal'.
STL
INWAY HALL.
Mu, cn mo Literary Eutartalaoteal
PRIDAY EVENING FKHRUARY 2.
MRS. II.ORI'.NCK Rlii-: KNOX, conti alto.
For ben. lit ol' Lu. P c..cl.us' Haime -:?. Sing Heights.
THALIA THEATRE. -I.; ...ul is ??wery
A Appsarsaeool rraocsiaa.Lt DWIG raln.y
InulglH sad Satuiiint nlgbl MGNTJOYB.'
Saturday Matlaea. " NARI I
?pHEATRE COMIQUE. 728 tV730 BroodwaK
A. Erery evening nnd Matinees, Han i.an amt Harlin
Kalwanl Harrigan'! n "t i,.. ..1 , ,, ? .ly
B< sOKLEY'e in.-',..ii ion
laoaoea rsesilaya and Frtdaya.
r[-HL SILIIK OF PARW. *
il'lnlippaiieaux'* great piinllng),
PANORAMA BOILDIKO, .Vihst. and Tth ave.
OPEN BVBBT DAY, BUBDAY8 inclcdkd.
Lighted sunday nud es civ Snalsg dur.iig tho week Ol
stntrlulty.
Ailrnis-luii. SO ac,is chililicii, 1(1 OBBlS
Tte building t* heated iv ,tc,iu
[TNION SQUARE THEATRE!
lb mn, promptly at i. Over a: 11 06.
Foi.un tte*k and suoimonss iccensf
A PARISIAN KOMANi
Satuniay, fourth Matinee ol a l'A :;I -l.\:, KOMANCB. _
n' ALL Al'K'S, *
tiole Prop, and Manager. MR. LE-li.R WALLACE.
I'ARTICUl.AR NOTICE
DOORS OPEN AT 7:16. COM sr i Ni Es 7 48
MATT RDAY MATINEE AT i 90,
au entLoly
NEW AND ORH.INAL DRAMA,
eolith .1
THE SILVER KINO,
xvii lieu by
Messrs. HENRY A. JON En and II ENi'.y HERMAN,
I hold lt I nit li, with him wtua sm.t
(rn sasetaai uarpuf itnen i.,.
That men uuy use on ttapptaJt stones
GI their dead stives lo biglc'i Ulinga
I. mviwtn.
THK EXTRAORDINARY IMPRE -ION
i'ra aliiceil by
TH is (IRAN 1) PLAY
ruav be In sance BMSaat* undt'istaKst bj a pei usa ot tb* fol
lowing extracts fioiu the newspapers
18 IT WORTH SEEINOI IS IT IV ELI. ACTEDl
ikies IT PBEBENT ATI'KACIiVK si'AGE KB
KITTS I THK Pd HLD' CAN ALWAYS DKCIDI
THESE QUESTION!) AND LAST Nlailli".-, VERDICT
WAS DECIDEDLY AN AFKlllMATTVi: ANsWEB.
[ H*r*ld.
*
THE SILVER KIN*. WILL U.NCOlL I'EDLY HAVB
A RUN. IT IS THK BBN8ATI0N ol HIE UOL'R.
[ Tribune.
THK SII.VKK KINO DELo.Niis CLEARLY TO THAT
a I A.-S OP PLAYS IN WUK ll POTl-.N1 iii MAN MO.
T(VES AUK HHGWN IIY MEAN'S OK Yld'-ROLis AND
PIC'll'RKsyt'E ACTION. IT IB QUITE TUB BK*r
UELODBAMA WE HAVE OBkBBVED ulNcE TUE
TWO ORPHANS." [limes.
THK MORAL OF THK SILVER KINO IS COM
M EN GABLE, KG li IT TEACH KN HIE DANDER AND
JllsMtV OF INTKMPKKANi K. IIB THEATKIO
QUALITY IS d.ioD d)H IT HllM'tlX. THE IN
.'ERE si' TO IDE END. (Sun.
THE SCENERY WA** OFTEN UAH.NI FI CENT*
ALWAY*, OGUD.?[Tlibune.
IT IS PARTICULARLY RKQI'KSTED
thal (hose wuo vliil (hu theatre during lie run of
-THE .-1LVKR KIND :
will lat in (Ac ni.iiiagcnit-iii bv bring in their seat* early,
a* i lie un um will net.- al
A QUARTER BEFORE Kia.HT O'l MICK.
It i. necessary, (ai a eosaptat* uudi rslaiiaiiug ol tbo plot, that
THE SS illi.K OF THE I-1 RHT A I
slioiild ne winn,,.aj.
Roi ollie* aapeu two wn-k* lu aat rance.
( arnsgi-amay heoidrird al ll.
t rt linc j uiiCJ illc-cting -.
AMERICAN 1NSTITIJTE.-Anr.nal election
xi foi officers troatee. anal uia-itaertof tb* Fall will bf
.eldo. THU R-DAY. February s. is.-H. i( !U roonia ia tad
ooper Union. Polia will be opened at lo o'r.'ock a. m. and
:lo*ed at H o'ulock p. m NATHAN C. ELY, Pie*ld?at
CHARLES McK LOOSER. Secretary.
COO I'KU INION free Sutnnlny nipbt lec?
tors* Hi thegrest ball atSo'rlock -atuidiy. Feb. I,
ibo leotur* will bcdeliverad by Mia* L M Von F1*kel*taia,
af Irriiwleui. PaieaUn*. hableci "Th* Redouln." (Ulna.
ruled' Ticket* .an be obtained gratli at the oflta* Itl
e i.i tu*.- rnoui* of the cooper I taste, sod at D Van Nostrand'*
too. *ion. a Bsrny ?t.
ABRAM ti. HESS ITT,
_Bsorotary,
PBANCI8 SEYMOUR HADEN will lecture
L by Invitailon on the principle* and pnctlc* of
ETCHING,
tt CHICKKRING il ALL, MONDAY, PERRI ART S Sod
THURSDAY. FF.BRUARY H, rat S 1ft p. m.
Th-iel* may be bad by SUBSCRIPTION ONLY, at
lieisr*. Knoella*! A a ?).. !.Ui ?*-e., .cor. SSd-lt; Fred'k Kepp*k
IS Katt lath**.; WuDder.iob A Co., SSS Broadway, aad
sabin'* son*. 94 Puk pla.e.
NO TICKETS WILL BB BOLD AT THE DOOR
? S
fflntical Jnetromema._
BEATTY- ORGANS.! 27bVopb,$I25. Piejioei
r.i'7 50. F*. lory running d*y and night. Cat*J*?n*n
,t*e. Addte** DANIEL F BEA'rrY. Waihlagtaa, o.t.

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