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COMMERCIAL USES OF COAL GAS.
X Httle book wlth thia tltle has Juat been pub
Ilghed in England by Thomas Fletchor. F. C. 8.
,, ^ows the extraordlnary advance in the use
at gaa ?? (-*! _B all kinds of manufacturing ln
dustrl**" Mon t'.nri flfty dlfferent applicaMone of
. jn thr arts and manufactures ara enutney
ted I" -Mr *r?''-''!'">r's ha4a_i and desctlbed ln
\<a page* T-10 *Bolt nmounts t.i an Induatrlal
-Ivo-utlen. A" th-8 *xP?rt ?*>'?*. ibe reaulta
msdf poaalble by gas a*-e bo superlor that the
-__.?inn of coal ls relatlvely unlniportant in the
ve* of wldeowake manufacturera; yet thi ? ?
'?sl' '?-? "hlle belng red-.iced. The Bpgilsh nre
? (jouht much ahaad of va in the use of thls
Lo-wmical ar.d effectlve fuel. But we are catch
iaf'up F-',r domeatle use in grate and radlator
!^rang*\ and for manufacturing purpoaea, too,
J_i ?*. estahllshlng ltself on every han.l as the
fa 'ot the future._
^T FAR APAUT AS EVER.
UTTLE HOPE FOR OROANIC UNIOM OF
MET1IODIST CHURCHES
?gABO**-* W1IT TTIE TWO OREJAT BOIMEP RT9PRE
SBNTI>*0 T?IB NORTH ANP THE POfTH WILL
VKVUR IT IS SAID. BUOOME ONE?AN
AOR~EtM-NT TO RECTJRE ***ORK
IN HAKMOVT REAfHSD BY
THE COMMITTUB.
[at TElEuKAlil TO THE TRIBUNE.]
afashlngton, Jan. 12.?In cerraln phases of their
work. together and ln perfect harmory and ac
-jr_ as ro orfranlc union. as wldo apart as ever;
-?Ith every rolatlon marked by fr-atemnl affertlon
-.?hat is ro br the nttltude of the two great bod'.es
ef M*-th-1<l:*'? "I" tno country ns the result of the
ronfcr-.r-.re v. sieh hns Ju?.t ended 1ts lnhors in
thii attt
N'o forrr.al announcement of the declslons reached
by the committecs representlng respectlvely tho
jiethodiit Bplaoopal Church and tho Itethodtst
Macopal Church Pouth. whlch have been In 880
Blon lr. Waohlngten for some days, haa been
rnad* Bad : ": * w--: n0 made for soveral dnys.
Tr.*'* bodlea are purely Od-loory, and the de
ciiions they have reacl.ed must he submltted to
th? Oeneral i.'onferences of the two Churches for
rif.fl-aMor Tha commltteea met in executlve 880
..,. s:.; _, rlded to glve out nothlng ofhV!.- as
ia thelr flndtngs. BMahorp Oranbarry, represenUng
the Southern Church. and the Kev. r>r. Cooke,
MNeanUng the Nonhern Church, have been ap
Mloted to draft a statement of the result of th.
gadtnga for suhmtssion to the Oeaaral Confer*
aaaaa, snd that *tatement haa not yet been com.
p'eted
However tho attKude of the Churches ls pretty
ciearly DUUlned above On mlnor detalls of thelr
tha two bodlea are gettlng grodually to
Mther on whal naany have tenaed tha maln qucs
"r-'-i 'ihey are aa far apart as ever. and. ln the
^y nature el Ihlnga, thls wlll eontinue to be for
... - no, for oll tlme. or untll that happy
perlod when there is an axnolgamation of all
,./...... tea The queatlon of organic
BBion e* tbe two Cburchea has not been dleeussed
by the ooounltteea whlch have just finished alttlng
he-B Four toplca have ronsumed tbe tlme of the
vislting clergymea and layanen: t:?ion m mis-io
werk, a unlform hyaanol, a unlform form of sorvlce
lor ail Metltodlal cburchea, ar.d ee*-eperntlon ln lup
?ort cf tha Methodlat Untveratty? aaB in Epwonh
T.eflpc.e work
ASH1NO OV CHURCHM PREVENTED.
The reprascntativr-s of the North and of the Bouth
r:v? | well together on all these propo
ilttoni Tha mosi , ' retJuH ot ihe meel
has been an agreement tl it aetthar Church
enter a flel i In whlch the oth< I b b< ima estab
ni . '?? ?-?'?"?? ot for'"e9 -n
a way that wlll preveol olaehea in hoth domeatle
and foreign flel<,?. Aa 10 the form of worobtp, a
practlcsl arreetnent haa been reached, and al?o hs
io tr.o l.ymr.aL The detolla of the agreeiaent wlth
regard to the propesei Unlrerslty ha-, e not been
grveti i-it-lf a formsl ' was reached.
Th* Methodlat Eptaeopal (Northern) Church wa_
r?presented ln these meetin_s by Uishops Hurst.
MerrlO and Nlnde. tha Rev. Dr. WUson, of Woah
i::gton. tbe Hav. .Mr. Cooke ot ChattOnOOga, ?r. 1
t.'.e Rer. ifr. JOckson. ??:' 'i.i-ago. and by Judge.
Mulier, ot Covtr.gnin. Ky.: Jud<e Murray. of Peni.
iy.var.ia, ar.d Juoge gweet, of Topeka. as lay mem
_*-?? For the Sjutheiu Church there h_.ve been
Biihops Oranberry. HargTove and Duncan, the R?v.
Dr Hoss. of NBJ>hvtll?>; the Ijev I>r. Macdonald. of
Pavannah, and the Hev. Dr. Dya, and Judge Walter
Cl_rk, Professor R. W. Jonea, and Judge Holt, of
Texaa.
vl'Mie there haa been m :ch talk. esp.- lally amotiK
the Northern churches ar.d nn-.or.p; laymtnt in some
par:? of the South. about ultitnats OTgoniC ur.i.iti of
the two gteat bran'-hes of Methodlam, that was not
taken ir.to corslderatior: at all In tlio work of the<=<
committeps, a_id what w.-.s done ean bardly be said
to hav- any bearing at a'.l on that quesUon. Whiie
thoee who have urged organic unton take every
Btep to* ard ax>re conplete agre. ment ln thi '.r work
bs meaning niBt another Btep toward the end they
d?ii:re rh- taxia do not seem lo warrant thelr as
Bumr'r' -
The S'.?.t^ern Church Is
?I'l-r
T ? :. - Southern man who waa elected a Rir-h
ep by the Oeneral Cor?er*n'-e of th* I
Church was W*hop Andrew. That wai In 1S32 nnd
lt was c..'r prominent G twelvi
years la-*r. ti.nt the aplil came The Btory
Conf'rtr.ce of 1M4 Is famlllar to most members of
tha Church
REAFONS FOR COCTIXUED BCPARATION.
In expluinlng Why the Southern Church is against
aniaigaxat^n, ani wlll probably always be, a
lead'-r rotnlster of that Church s.-iii:
"Tntro are aeveral reasona, all of them good.
Ir. the first plae*. the Idi i of i greal membership
ln poi.it of numbera, whlch haa tnk'n ; ? ,- n
of Bome of o'ir N'orfhern brethren, doea not uppenl
to ui. W* do not aee how. any t.etr.r reeul's
would ba ol taim I ? ) tl .rganlc nli n of the tvo
r"r.':-''h''?, rv :: if wa arera ? ais in every
raspi :. Then, too." h* contlnued. "the North
arnera ha--e not chang I " they maln
tamad ir. tha Conference of 1M4, when thiry ron
tended rhat by a majorlty vote of a Oeneral Con
fer*;..-* - - ?. could depose a Bl hop \\? ho;d now,
aswer'id then. thal 'ochosen, remalna
e PaBbop f'.r ilfe, unleaa removed for ?
mm*d bv a t r.-.?: 1ti whlch he t 1-, the opportunltv
of defence. Our Northern brethren would ha\-e an
overwhehntnii majorlty In thi General C
lf we were to go together. and If they bo dealred
COVid aeally prevent the election of . ? ? -
irrnr tj tha blshoprlc, ns they dld for s good many
yr..rs. | d nol say thal I thlnk they would do
that, bti* thev would hnve the power, and there
_alghl ? mc when we would b* ln the same
Maltioii th?' we were durtnB the twelve yeara
lo'.icv .. ?? Blshop Andrews'a election, when we - I
no Blsl ipi _? * ! id i ? real jart ln the nf,. I
Um i ? ... How. -.? r." ? '-? ????"?' I lhe Bj
"there are welghtler rcusons tban any ?f thone I
hava dtcd-welghtier at leasl than any othera ex
etpt , . ??: dlffi rence over th*
t*nure of the Blahops. The Northern Church has
two problema fa-in,- lt. nelther of whlch we care
'- ??? ? .f theS? la the woman questlon
imlt women a? delegates to
their flenersi Conference ls Just now a llve quea?
tlon wlth them. and we do not care W *??
aume Ii f.>- we have no such queatlon in
th*- Bouth Then they have a r-,ce__'"u*?'
tlon. snd we bava no such que Mor, in our Church.
I ofttr, laufrrt at my Northern friends and t"!I them
thal they have stolen the race q-iestim from us.
M?r.v ofthem would like to rid themaelveii ot^_lt.
but they cannol VTs Bympathla; wlth thens, bu.
do not care to aoauaaa thnt probWrn, elther.
?tHW TrtE SOUTH iOIiVKD TH? RA<*E
prtOBLKM
?gplalatag what be meant by a race problem.
he referred to the fact that the Oeneral Cotiftr
*? - 4 r?. Northern .'l.urrh ha? ahout nlxty COl
ored laaanbara and aald that many af the con
BarvaUva m-n of the Nortaem Church malntalaed
t thii membership brlnga ilown the general
averag* ln the Corif^ren-a, ar.d that t*MM colored
?ratea had more than enoa Iraaen uaed ro further
tereata of dealgnlna ?en. nrrA,,,.m wa,
_ot:oi?forh^Uwhren WrW^r^^ br^f
ettS fwo ttndred^aad nf.y.M..^-n;i n.gro.s in
thelr misalons wenl ofT to tie North in ihur. h
Ce^SSea^trVhefr 'alT-fiSa" oTO*?
^^V^rh'iidVed'^nd 8ft* thouBand or ocH*a
Bouthen. Church created _jV.?rl?^iih SroSettt
Churrh of the Bouth, and aet I up wI . ^^
5SSgt? 1- "/teadTeUd '^"rf
Srwt'fth.
Church ir. favor of organic ur.inr. ia t-j r,g .i
I.k* Blahop Foater. of H< stor. n-:d M-h?P .
?- Washingtoa. and otbera of the ','.,,,?
Blaar nt. want 1* beoauw they bellevi _
o* ih. fcoutbern 1
aUTTUU "V^S^SUiffe
Sr^^Sllfothe^1^
^^^^y^^SouO^n^ureb w?. ,,"b
ahlv always he found opposed to the proposltton
have benn *|ven. The Kouthern men feel that
wlth a honiogcneous membeishlp. and worklng In a
I tetrltory wbl.-h thry underMand. they wlll be nbl*
I to ,lo more renl *oo<i than coui'I be done ln th*
1 snmo. t*rrltory ..nd wlth the same reoourcee un<l*r
"ti aaHllgamatton. With an agn-ement on the Hn*
| reaciu-d by theae commltteea, thnt there ahall b*
I no further rlvalrtea over terrltory, thai nelther
I shall enter wh.n the other lins gnlned :. falr
foothold, there wlll be no claahee, and the ro
\' wurcea of both churehes wlll b* uaed to tbe beai
advautaj wtthoul belng waated in needleai eom*
Pitltlon; and they feel that wlth theae ends at
ned II ll beai f' r both nrKanisAtlnns lo w,,rk
out thelr own ilestlnlea In tnorough aocord nnd
1 ln the most fraternal splrlt, but ipart.
-4)
AMERICAX 8AIWR8' WARD WT.
THEIR CONDITION 11 WORW THAN THAT
np BR1TISM TAR8. J H. WIL0ON,
M P . THINKS. ANT> FRCEN'TI.V
DEMANDS I.KOIBI-ATION
J. HavelOCk Wlh.on. IC P? general presld*nt of
the Natlonal Sallors' and Flrem*n's l'nlon of C,r*at
Brltaln, was one of the BpaakerB at ihe meeting of
the Soclal Reform Club Tueaday night. Hli BOtdOCt
was, "Po th* Ballora ln the Amerlcan Merchant
Marlne Buffer Wreoga Cnknown In Brlttsh and
Other Forelgn Shlps? and, lf Bo. What Shall He
Done for Our Sallors ln the Fresent Congress*"
The rooms of the club at No. 21 East Fourth-st.
were erowded to the dOOTfl by members and guests
anxlous to henr Mr WUaen, and he Impressed hls
audience most favorably.
Mr YVl]?on has glven up a large part of hli llfe
to betterlng ihe condltlon of icafarlni. m*n. and
hl* efforts hav* met with rrueh success. He ls
now one of the few labor membera of th* Brttlsh
Parllament, but for many years he went down to
the sea ln shlps. and he Is thoroughly conversant
i wi'h a .allor'a llfe. He eald last night that he
be?an to take nn Interest In thc questlon which
wn<A now so dear to hls heart?that of the welfari
of the salloi?many years ago. Contlnulng, he sald
1 that the men on Britlsh shlpB were better off than
! those on Amerlcan shlpe, and that chari?es of
i cruelty on Brltlah shlps were seldom heard now
! adays. The cnuse for thla wae, he afflrmed, that
, the mercantlle marlne of Great Brltaln was under
the ahsolute control of the Marlne Pepartmeut of
the Board of Trade, eompoeed of representathes
of the ship owners, the sallors and flremen and
' thi Board of Trude. No oftlcer could now sall a
Brltlah shlp without having a certlfleate from the
Iloard of Trade showing that he had served lu
almost every grade of seamanshlp and had proved
his efflelency. The offlcers on Amerlcan shlps did
? not requlre such certiflcatea. It was often the
Ciae, Mr Wllson declared. that when ch_iri.es of
brutallty were broughl ln port npainst oftb-ers on
Ainerb an shlpe they got away before the chargea
could be ln\est!Kated. If an oftlcer on a Britlsh
shlp did such a thlng, his certlflcato would be
revoked and he could not sall another shlp. Mr.
Wllson thought that the Orlted States should have
a simllar system.
Later on Mr. Wllson sald that he did not wlsh
his boarcrg to thlnk that everytMrg waa perfe.-t
r,n Mritish shlps, beeaUBO two thousand men wera
kllled on th'-m or drowned every year. H* lald
much stresa on the value of th* I.oad Llne law
of Or. .it Brltaln, which waa paaaad by th el
forth of Bamuel Plimsoll, Hefor* ttie paaeage of
this law man) veaaela lefl port overloaded nnd
were never beard of again. Ownera loei noth?
lng, becauae they oould insur* the vesaeli and
Cirgo for mor,. th^n tiiey were wurth. The paisage
;nw waa so bltterly opposed that Mr Pllm
id (Inally to agree to modlfy hls original t,;ll
o tti_ir tbe ownen of veaeeli "could place tbe
load-llne wherever they wanted lt. on* owncr,
thinklng to be facettoua, plaeed the load-ll.n
the funnel of hli shlp. This caused su-h Indlgna*
,:,.;. among the Engllab people, however. tba) Mr.
i?:t.??-?]. gol the preaenl law paaaad. Mr. \\i!---r>.
adde,i that he hoped Amerlca would soon havi -i
ne law, ns it would do mmh to nrotecl the
llvea of her eallora Hi thought that the Engllab
law* in relatlon to llfe-aaving applianres on Bhips
were better than those of this country. >ut ln
regei l lo ?' tlona for sallors on veaaela,
thi v were not a bit better.
Tiie Initeil Btatea, aald Mr. Wllson. was the
only country where aa lora, after ilgnlng artlele;',
ctillr] be arre.t.,1 ano dragged on board shlp If
they wanted to naek oul of thelr baraaln An
attempt was to be mad* In Congress this year to
_ , away wiih the laat partPie of thiB outrageoui
however ar.d h* hoped that lt would be
Bful. In cloalng Mr. TVtl?.r.n sald that lt wns
Impoaaible to enforce laws for tho better
ment ot tiie condltlon of sallors. unWs the latter
were organlzed into uniona.
-?
4/..1/F \XD XAYY ORDBRS.
Washington. Jan. 11?Tba leave of ahser.ee grant
ed Piral Ll utenanl Arthur B. Poater Wth Infan
try. Derember ?. 1* extended three montha
The leave of abaenoe granted Flral Lleutenant
Oeorga vV Klrkman. 8th Infantry. October 28, la
\ extend*d on* mor.th.
The leave of absence granted Captaln Albert I..
i Myer, llth Infantry, November 17, ls extended flf
' teen dayB.
Leave of abser.ce for six months, to take efTe.t
j on or about Februarv ?<, ls *rant*d Captnln
C. arli s H. Orleraon, 10th Cavalry.
The leave of absence granted Captaln Oeorge A.
Zinn. corps of Englneera. December 4. la extended
' on* month.
Captaln Wllllam W. Glbson, Ordnance- D*p&rt
ment, wlll mak* not fxceed'.ng two vlslts to the
works of the pratl A- Letchworth Company. Buf
f?lo N. V . and not exceedlng two vlslts to the
works of the l.'.lby Ifaaufaeturlng Company.
cie\eianu. ohio, pertalnlng to tha Inapectlon and
lf_X 0f ptnl enstlngs for twelve-lnch mortar car
rtagee.
Th* general eourt-martlal appointed to me*t nt
Weai Polnt, N. V. la dlasorved. and a r*n*ril
martial li apj dnti d to meel tl ? re lai uai
i thereafter aa practlcable, for tha
trlal of auch prlaonera as may ba broughl bef
Detall for the court: Major Wllllam F. Bpurgln,
Bd Infbntry; Captaln Jnm*s L. Luak, Corpa of En
glneera; Captaln Wllllam B Oordon. On
m( : ? c ptaln John B Belllngar, aaal
quartermaatw; Captaln Prancla A. Wlnter,
ant aurgeon; Flral Ui tenan! Thomaa H. Reee.
Corpa of Englneera; Flral Ueutenant John i
Thompaon. Ordnance Department; First Lleutenant
Walter A. Bethel, 3d Artlllery; Becond Ueutenanl
P-tlmer E Plerce, fith Infantry: Becond Lleutenant
lay E Hcdfer. M Artlllery: Becond Lleutenant
Jullan B. Llndaay. Mh Cavnlry; Second Ueutenant
Wllllam B Bmedberg, Jr.. Mh Cavalry; Becond
Lleutenant .lens Bugge, U Infantry: Becond Ueu*
tenanl Oeorge Blakely. M Artlllery. Judge-Advo
^The court is empowerad to proeeed with the tmal*
mm bef re it wltb any number of membera preaent
no: leaa than the mlnlmum preeerlbcd by law
UeuYenant-Colonol WllUam A. bUrye Ordnance
Department. a I P""i '<? ''"' "l , ?L A
Tredegar Company. Rlchmond. Na. about tbe -d
.,? offlcial bualneaa pertalnlng to the .nt-v
lnst
Son'of projectlle. under manuf^ture for the Ord*
r,anc'* Department,
Caotaln Peter R Bgan. aa-l8*anl .urgeen. la re.
^ bC-StaS Oeorge Ruhli - ?^""V^
'.^ute^arr^'chaplnlh F^gfJS*7 I
i the indlana and recelyea three "jon*"" ?'" "av ' ,
wlthpi ?t^Ffl.Wta.l?
.iirc^^l^^i-hr^^-ruUie-of'th*!':
J ton. _
MOVEMBNTB OF HAVAL VKSSKI.fi
Waahlngton, Jan. tt-The Detroti has aalled from
I rape Haytlen for Kay Weat. where she Wll) telleve
! the Marblehead. which la to go to Navaaaa Tha
1 glert baa aalled hom Mnr* Island for Atapulco
The Haleirh baa sailed from Aden for Colombo, the
iP.V K*,e,*n "''? s. Thoir."* for nuadalotip* nnd
W imiiiKt'.n from ?i. '"""., ', . ilinM{, Th*
. . m'u ..,.? .-/,m ln un, li ' . tor jnniau. i or
RS'SlUSS.iW Thomas Bnd th* Annapom
Kltta. _
DEATH OF CAl'TAIN IfORDBTROM, r. P A.
Waahlagton, Jan. 12.- The War Departaaanl haa
been Informed of the de.ii. to-day at ba.u. re,
N m. ?f captala C. ? btordatraaa, Mh Cavalry.
?rl waa aetlaa agent for the I'uehlo nnd Ji.-srllla
S* Tbi offleer had Bufferad a leaa tlmi from
rheum itlam
t> Bt the) come to ihe ieici
(Kaniaa city Journai.
tlanafartarinir Farrler.
Has Marked Down
PRICES OF ALL FURS
Except Sealskln.
12. ANI) 126 WEST 42D STREET.
WINE AT OOLLEGE DINNF.R3
j TAT.K ABOUT THE CUSTOMI <?F AI.l'MN1
1 _
ritOMINT-NT i.KAPt ATE8 COVTOOVEUT I'R BVCK
I.KV'S I-OS1TION INTKrtF'l-RKNi'.E nV FA't'I.
TTK.S RF_SENTKD?THE -MF?DBMCB "I"
ATMl-ETlr? IN Ulg-UURAO
ino rmrNKisa.
The Hev x>r. J. M. Buekley. who Is <>f nurli 1
promlnenee and Influence ln the ItethodlSt Bplaco*
pai Cbureb, ar.d who ia the Kdiior of "Tbe Chris
t nn Advocate.'' has pubUahed an artlele this week
ln r-i-ard to the use of wlne at the Weeleyan alurn
nl duiner, which wns h*ld recently In Ihls elty. The
illnner took place at th* Baroy, and wlne was
serveii to thoae who ordered it. Dr. Buekley says
that ha was i,r*M*nt. and, having dlaeoveftd w.th
"mingled surprise, regret ami Indlgnatlon" that
wine vh' lerved, caJle<l the attentlon of thi recent
aciing presidint of Wr*1eyan, Profi ssor Van
Vleek, to th* fact II* adds that Profe?*or Van
Vieck expresesd emphatle. disapproval, as did also
th* Hev. Dr. 8 F. Opham. the newly , lected presl
dent of the Alumnl Assoclatlon, who eaaured Mr
Buekley that nothlng of the klnd ibouM oeeur at
future dinners of the alumnl.
Comlng from a iii.in of Dr. Buckley's ptonilcnee
at th:a time, this crltlcism of the Weeleyan dlnner
suppl*ments and renews the ngltation that has
reoeatly been begun by thp atta.ks of the Prohlbl*
tlon organ. "The Volce," upon Prlnceton In connec?
tlon wlth the Prlnceton Inn. and later upon Yale
for the alleged scenes of intoxicatlon following
Vale's victory ln the Ynle-Prmeeton fOOtball game.
H8_BLF-CON9TITUT-ED ARBITERI OF
MOBALH."
A Tribune reporter yesterday talked wlth a num?
ber of coltege men in r*Kard to the servlng of wlne
at alumnt dlnnera. Ex-Judge Henry B Howland.
Yal*, 7,1, sald:
If nny one thlnka he can brlng ih* mjllenntum
rn ?: 'I through the medium of "Th* Voa-e'' ,,r
kliiilnd iheeta, h* ls much mistaken. College dln?
nera are niainly attended by graduatea <>f ak" and
poaltlon aufflrlent *o look om fur themielvea, wltb*
om Interference from newapapera or thoae witii
Bpeclal fada. The hlatory of the Prohlbltlon move
menl ahowa thai the beai waj to d"al with the
uai ,,f wlnea and llquora l? to regulate lt, and not
try to auppreaa lt oltogetber. Tne faoulttea of tiie
varioui unlveraittea and college deal arlth wlne*
drinklng and beer-drlnklng earefully. ond lt la the
of the beai graduate element, mo far as i
know, thai tbiy shall not b,? lnfluene*,! hy tbe
elamor and atta k- of any .*eIf-conailtiited nrr,it?rs
of cuatoma and murais
Thonms Thacher, Tala, '71, president of tii*
alumnl a-ssoriatlon. declined to express nny opin?
ion for puhllcatlon.
ATHLETICI PBOMOTE TKMPF.BAN<F,
.1 F Kernochan. Yale. "83, vlce-pr**ldent of th*
alumnl BBBOotattnn. sald:
It is rldlculoua to atart an aKlt.ition agalnat
the aervlne ' arlne al college dlnnera, and thoae
dinmrs nhouM not be aingled oul for attack In
partlcular, when wlne :s aerved .at other public
functlona without *xeitin?r crltlcism. I eam
why a college man simulu not b* conaldered Juat
as llk*ly to take i are ot hlmself as one who haa
ege When f was ln college my*
self littl* attentlon waa | ? i lo athletlci, and tne
unlmal >,? srit.? of aomi ??: tha youni men ot that
perlod, l am sorry to say, found a \ent in pretty
nard drinklng. No* thi san ?? i laaa i f men go In
thletlcs, and the necesaarv tralnlng and ihe
,:'?',r.- to ke?p in condltlon forbld tbe uae of
Btlmulanta and almost to a man theei (tudentl
nre totnl abatalnefl durlng the fj-?-.,ter p.-irt of
thelr college courae. Being tiie promlnenl a:.d
ln most caaea the popular, membera of thelr
-, they ha'.-e large followlnga. Theli e>
atnple i.? Imitat.d by thelr frlenda, and. in facl bi ?
u fi wned upon and li very unpopulir
ln tbe collegi iife of to-day. I h.-n* vlalted Y*:e
freqiu-ntiv ilnce my graduatlon, ?nd I havi no
heittatlon ln aaylng thai whlle the i,nd?rgradu
atis of to-day bave much more spendtng money
thun those Of tWenty-flvl years ago h*,' there is
mueh less drli.klnir nmor.g them. nnd what there
iteadlly decreeatng
MODERATION AT THE WESLBTAN DINNF.B.
Oeorge 8- Col*man. ex-presldent of the Wee?
leyan Alumnl Assoeiatlnn, who was *uc,-*eded In
ofllce by the Rev. H. F. I'pham. spoke In this ve'.n:
I was present at the dlnner r ferre.i to by I?r
Bucklev and aa a matter of fact. ther* was \ery
llttle Win*, conaumed there. u lutely no in?
toxicatlon. i ni" of tiie promlnenl gueat
.... |?g r*mark*d ifter the banquet that ne bad
.-.- dlnner wh-re a better - ol*
logt spirlt had prevalled. i belleve Ihal a large
... 0f Wealeyan graduatee Ivlng ln thls
ar* not oppoaed to the lervlni of wlne ai
Ic gatherlng of the alumnl. lt seema to
man, of us who bave dii tuaeed ih* matter slnce
the newapapen have mentloned i? that nelther
\iege faculty nor the truateea ha\e really
'"* J rfere wlth or attempt to regulate
llngi il gndiiate reunlona,
ionn i, calwalader, Prlnceton, '?'?'?. prealdent of
. .. umnl aaaocUtlon, sald that he would llke to
?zpreM an opinion. but the Prlnceton authoritlea
had recently been dlaeuaatng lubjeeti of thls sort
, ,n.i not feel at llberty to talk at this tlme.
riei Bulkley Huhbeii. WllUami, '74. who is
MR DBPBW AT A YAI.F DINXBR.
Cbauneey M Depaw. Tala, 'H, when th* repor^r
explained hls mlsslon. threw up hls hnnds snd aald:
V,,, a word on that lUbject; not a ilngle word.'
i,' may be lUBpeeted. henrever, that Mr. Oepewa
nrlvate opinion may poaalbly eoln-lde wlth some
0f thoae already glven, as ha has attended many
,.0lleae dlnnera al whlcb wlne was served, and
no public proteat of bla agalnat IU use can be
found It may be recalleri that It was at a >a1*
V ?,.':?, dlnner tbat Mr. Dopew, wlth fUntlC* to
,he then reported poverty of Yal*. talked after
thla far-hlon: , , .
,, i gunce down this table, groanlng under
n. ..?? L-lt "f Klas. and .hlm, and crowned Wlth
Srdfllnn^I^e^^^^^
who had a frlend. Blll. ~no ?a b_
^^f,j:;n:'::'-,'iUT'i! wouid .h,.,, n.v. now.r.
o,. the mble and lea on thi buttei
;M:.?iy has it tha. .h*re was win* s*rv*d at
,VV,,'T-ri',--., pre-tdenteftheHM^ardAluai.
?' "''",. im Boaton A promlnenl graduati of
'i'"el > n-i wnuid aa aoon *a' '""1 buckwheal
Jakea'aati*atteSd * ealff?h.?? "??* ,h"c
?-,!> no win*." _ ^_
VBAROBD W1TB D180BDEBLY COXDI'CT.
,.sMN:].v kCn AIXBOBB AOAINST A MAN
rACTtTRSR ANP A imoKKH
Jnln_ m Heyman. a manufaeturer. llvlng al No
u f vette nace. and C. Theodore dchlertuier. a
,r k r llvlng al No. tt Weat Flftleth-a1 ?1tb an
J^r;. No .??', Broad-at.. were arralgned
?*Z ;..e PoTlce Coun TueaAay beferi B-gU;
r-,, Slrnms Tbe former was .,. coun la anawe.
r; ?,, compUlnta, .hargtng him wlth dla*
?r.leri> condu. ...,. Friday last ar.d tbe oth.r an aI
KlUauIt on Charlea I I.o.-kwo?i, of No.W
V-1.. forty-alath^t ?ehlealnger had to anawer to
, mpuunl of dlBorderty eonduet. Heyman wlll
L?Tmlnedonrrlda, Bchleatnger wantedlan Im*
Lnn.e hearing of the complalnl agata.1 hlm
mt,- both the ' ' i""' ,h" 'ornplal.iant
hi bren baard. Bmanuel M Prtend. tbe lawyer,
1?,. ... b..d known ih? me,, f?r maay yaara
???>>??>"? l?\., li..!.!, oM'-? '- th? laland for fhree
month.1." ___"*2^?& rneu'lordlsorderiv
The compUlnani ?*?? :' ? ~ 1|Vf.. , ??
'"^'"h'...*, ?* her so,,-,., law Charlea ?.|fLock.
name hoiis. ns n dcfendanta. wlth an
r \?; t . awoo.. awore tbai the men beai and
S-tulud hl ". m thr "tr-e. Tb. dauahter alleged
n,?, r' -.f i ? men itruck ',-i Another man, wbo
.I,'! li.: nn, V .,-li the ? tlfled "..-' he waa
"UB|.; ' . XToalled a, the
,,,-.?! md Ihal Beyera men at*
lempted t.. as.aull hlm and hla .rie?'ls In the
atreit after admltunc io tbe house bad been rr*
fuaad tbern They T,*l?i*d th- attark. he add*d
and deni.-'l that either he or hls .ompanlons had
used tndeeent languaga
Jn.lrnction.
For Younir I.adles?Clty.
BOARPINO AM' I'AY BQIOOti FOR OIRI-I.
.,.?7 r.i ii-A-. i:. , ,
KKV [M "-r.l Mr. CHA8 fl. < i.XRI'NKR. rrlnclpali.
ENOLIsj! ANI) OERMAN BCHOOU 818WastBBtkSL?
conin.-t-.i i.> i.i'Y ? ai.lkn. Reapaas _ept. _.th.
Chaparoaaoa for at-n i-l P-plla, _______________
MRS i.K.Sr.ir: MOltOAN't BOARDUfd AHg PAY
BCHOOL, Full aiRLB, II .ml IB Wtat B8lh Bl.,
N- v rolk Clty. 1 rough Eiigliah fioni KlndirSBI <*i
throush Collega P i-paratory. Mlaa Alksn'i Method ol
r-Aacentrat**! Ai'.nn.m ia Mlad Tra nlns .' ?aetal r?-a<,lr**i
al-- ronveraattonal French -nl lierman. Il.im? aml
rhaperonnva for Bpactal Mnlenta. Klndercarten In
l-'.*i;-h ind JS-filah, _
IftS WATBOX an-i MISS POIlBBa 'Pay Srhont).
MISS .11*1.1 A A WIL-LEY II rr- Bchool). Primary.
,.,. .t.?i v cellealat*. aaaa for lltila boya US w.TB-ta-at.
M
rriHB VKLTIN BCHOOL EOR -1RL0,
i PIREPROOr BCHOOL. lU'll.PINO.
l?i AND 1?2 **~B0T T4TII BT.
Rssaeaa Bet. Btk college preparation.
tot Boya and Young -.len?Clty.
BES_.E1.ET Si'HOOU 20 Waat 44tfc Si.-Winur Term.
isth Taar, bej-ina Monday, .Ian. 10th. Fiiplli re
c*i-?. oa rliat day In elaaa*! where vaoanclei occur.
For Both fiexes?Clty.
PKRMTZ Madlaon Po. (BBth Pr A B'way). N. T.;
.Si HOOL OF TB Cawrt Bt, B*klra; hranoh** ln other
LANOUAOES, rltlaa Baat tiwchara, *>*" naathod, mod
i-ratn term*. ClOSS OT pnvst* leaaoni.
CtTCRlTfl BCBOOL OF LAEQUAGES,
19 2', K mh *t . Clty. 177 Montagua *t.. Hrooklyn.
LANijCAGK-..? StenoBrapriy, Bockkeeplng
Mtislcal Inatruction.
\i Th* rAMOUfl MU8IC P'TIOOU
ll. v CONBBRVATORT, 113 BABT l-.Hi lt.,
OPEN I'AV AND BVESIXO fur \*ar? on 14th at
ORAnt'ATEB PKiiVIIiF.I" wlth POSITtONJi.
For Boya and Young Men?Country.
ITtALRE-E?D ACADEMT?A H..n,e s-rhool for Uoyi. At
1 tractlre, !,**:thful aml thr.rough; Indlvtdnal att.ntlon.
KRAXCia H lUtKWKK. A. M . Prln.. Falrfleld. Conn.
II'.VI.V; INSTI'l'TK EOR itOTS; '.'."> lUUtfl from New
York Clty. Tarryiown '.n Hudaen, N. Y.
J. M. Ft'RMAN, A lf., Prlnrlpal.
MAPLEWOOD INIT.. Oaneardrllla, Pa.-f.yn7. suc--sa
ful a.-hu I. on* of th- heet to Infuao wlth ener.y.
lo arBki up boya to dutie* of llfa I'r..i.i- 13 yn. $1S'V
Tobaeeo prohlbltad. N-w -rymnaalaa-. Un-ation lxaurif.il.
.levated, he.ilthy. J. SHOitTl.inOE (Yalal. A ML, Prln.
KOCKUAND INBTITUTB, Nya.-k on th*-l!'idson.
r*uperb, hlch loeatton a bovs' r..rn? 'lf- proparatory
tchool <-, llege. comniiM c:ai. Bngllah; a nel? room*.
i'AIT .1 VVIL80N, A lf.. I'rln.
For Yonntr Ladlos? Country
"tflSS AIKEN'3 FPflOOL,
2tl BTAMEORD, CONN.
Fof rlrn.l.iri ani all Infoi m* tion rddreaa Mn. HAR
RIKT HEKi'IlFR S'OVJI.I.:: PF. VAtr. Wall??lay A. B..
Pr'-.flpal
mHE oaanriita bchool ro? <".rnr.s.
1 Sirr- Slncwin Ih* Ilud.-|-n. Mlaa '" C. FULLER. Prln
rlpal. ""ili yar bfg'r.si Septcmt-er 22&.
ICIaeellaneotta
TnruavAi* otfeh.
A rl*.?r. ?ii:rat*d lady. arnnBlr.t'1 ln MBw-T-rk
Boclety. and arho i? vllllng to v-r-rk iti*r?ln. may flnd
rmpl nn.ni nfT*rin< unuaual rx'-uniary adraatagafl by
Bdifrasalng Mr. J"S \. RAKER, Hedland Haasa, Clty.
?? r..f*r*n.-e r>lr<n nml reg ilrad.
Gchool -\gcncicG.
VMERICAN AI**0 EOREIO*! TEAC-HERS' AOEN'.-V
i.upiii?? PiofeiBori Teaeh*ra, Tatora, aov*rn*s?*a.
Ar to c.-ll*s?a. Beheoll and Fnmill*!. Apply to
Mn M J. VOIINO FUI.TOM, 23 Cnlon Pquara.
Dunciii'* Gchool.
\
LEXAVDER M A''' IRE' MRS. IflS W. B.'.TH KT.
PrWetB i*??.in-i -nl cla*.oa dallv.
tVr.lt/. thorourhly taufbl. P?nd for clrcular.
Cttursioits.
Blnea our l?it anno'inr*m'-it ln th?a* <-ol
RraaRiiL ii. ? n>\\ ei.i.
F-ART1 lo tha
HOLY LAND
a ronsMeral.la nunher of nam** hava l>**n
? i ;..- bul x i i irh idailon ran -cili b*
obtalnad for rh:? i-nrtv. arhlrll I??v*a hy >h?
S. S. \oritimmlii. I'eb. 13th.
If v.vi hii- nol *"**>n th* ifBCIAL
KJ.OMUKI: CXI IHXIOMST, ;l s an
ha ?bra'n*<l ar any ..f our OWeBB or h
po?t for 10 eenlo. T*r * p'l'llcBtton oontain*
all th* informat'.'.n r*a-r.l:n? tha K |. n.ilke,
n. m tg K*t tl.-ra, minlnn l*w?, euttlt, cllmata,
Bla
THOS. COOK & SON,
Ml AM1 1.'-_.*> HHOATIWAY. !**. V.
ANP
THE
ITALY
[VIEDITERR/MNEAN
S4B0,
all necessary exp^nscs
'f Included. Beveral Toura
N'.'rtii German Lloyd and Ham?
burg Amerlcan Llne. Programmea
vVrlta for Touriat Hazette. kmi pp.
about F.'relgn Travel. Poal Free.
H. GA/.1-: i BONS, L.TD., 118 ETwajr, New Tork.
Alhambrar and' Rome Excursion, $250,
iiv Bpoclally ehartarad North Oerman Uoyd *xpr*sa s.
H. ALLER i-ui-iliie aiKl Btrrlea un.urpa-wl. 1'irat
.:.i-? Inrliidlng Olbraluir, M-.i-n-a, Uranada, Alglers,
Nap'*?. Roma ani Pompail. Btop-over prulleg* ln
i.aiv Boci ' -. Including Floranca, Vanlea, .Miia'..
Monta <'ari... Cornleba K...1 Nlca, Oonoa, li."i *nra. 88
daya -.vith Maltu. Calro, Jeruialem, Epheaua, ''"nitanti
n"pl* AthenB, $6M l rxlenalona acr..?a Eur.-p?.
Hnlr Land R.-unil tha World; >':.\ f.r l?n- proBramm**.
F. l*. I'l.AI'.K III PROAPWAT.
Pnbhc _**:olic.s.
m'1'KKMK CUL'UT. -ln tbe matter of tba au
plleatlan "f tba Board ut clr.rt Openlng and Im
provetneiit of lhe <? n> ol **'e* York, by the Counsal ta
th* Corp ratlon 'f aald r"x. ralatlTa io aniuiring titia
i . i ii ?i.i>..r, Aldcrmaa aml Commonaliy of u,* rit\ <.r
NBW Tork to criuln iBnl*. taocmentB, ln-ie<litam*nt*
ai.i prcmlaaa m tba i'wem> Btcond w^o\ of the oty of
Niw Torl Iu unJed '>>' Klevenrh an.i 'i'?*lfth av*uuea,
Wr-t f/'if'y bcci nd, Wral Ftftj ihird aml U*at gtfty
f, . rth iireeti duly arlaeiad, ioeated anii laid oai aa ani
foi a publle park. nndar aml ln purauancB of tl ? provis
I ?.? ol chaptti 82 i r iha Lawa pf 1887.
p inunt t'. th* provlsloni of Chapt*r 320 of tha L_.wa
of lr-><7 notloa la h*r*hy Klven thal an appl|.-atlon arlll
te ma.:.'' lo ih* Bupra-na Courl of tba Btata of New Fork,
at B r-i.-i.il l.'ini 'i i*ld Court, '?? hi- held at 1'art lll.
thcraof tn tba .'..oi.tv Court-bowaa, in :he Ctty of .nvw
v,.k ,n I'-Liay, the 2lrt da) of Jaauary, IB08, at ma
op-ni'iiB of il- l'oun "ii iti-' ?'->. OT a> ...on tli*r.'..ft.-r
a. COUH3.. .-<n oa n-.i-i ihereon, .'? i tha appolntment ..f
Comnuasloncra "f Eatlmala In tha ..i. >?? ei.tltied maiter
I . . , . . nd *> if iha Imi ??? ?? il ..?. >b) In -
trmii-d :? th* acaula'*l-n of title i.. Tha Mayor, Aldermen
?ad . , ..nn i....iy ^r rl"- Cl!* pf **?*? tork. Iu ... un
in,ila" lanamenta, heredlumentB and premlaea in tlie
Tw.-n'i- aarond Wnr.l >f tii- i Uy ? f N". 1:1,. b..und.-d
1, Eleventh an.i rwelfth awnu,-. w ,-i.r Flflj I,
\v*?t' riftj t"lrfi ""? H**-" ' "? ' '?"''? stn-eta m fea
*.- ia Bbioluia, th* mim t- l>- approprlated. ronverted
I ? ,,:id fOf th* p.irp. MW "1" lald i !,?p'-r
?a> of the L-*? ?- -"-s7> ,x"1 Pr?l?r?y havlni i..-*n duiy
aeir.ted locatrd '.'"I lald oul by Iha lloard of Htreel
Openlnit an.1 Improvem-'iu of the < Uy ef New Vork Bl
., ,i * i a pablli i ,lk sndaf ui"i n> pursuanea ot th*
Brcvlstoni of mn) . i.apter 3_U of th- La?h of 1887. I>flti?
lhe followina-- ?? i'1'"' aWa, plec*a or jnn *la of land.
All tl ??** loti peoea or BOrcala Bf land ln th* Twenty
arund Ward of th* Cliy ' Jtaw rark sooadad ar.a av
acrtbed .* i.u-wa. w?p*^_ ?A ..
n.ainnina ni l**a BUeraeetlon of ih* araMerly im* of
I-.l.:>ril. avenue arltl. UM ?? i'iitIv l.ne of \\-.*t rifty
rur.nlna eaaierly alons aald n rilwrl-r lina ..f Weal rifty
S\,r, . for a dlatanc. ... 8.0 f? I I .. ....n.-.'.y
1 ,,. ef Klatonth avenu*, thanca m runnlna n.-un-riy
a:. na aaid raatarlJ Hne ?? ??'"?'"in a?*nue .'-.r a dlatanca
cf 2'H) t tt 10 inebaa ? the placa or poun of otg .min.
VA I" mt. "?
r.?Klniiln? at tho lntoi_-retlo|- of the -te.t-rly Ilna of
FlevSih av_nua wlth iha loutharly im* ,,f Waat y.r-. ?
f'urth rtieei. and IheocB ili ninnniB ireatarly sloiig Mld
of 80.1 i'-i 10 ii" aaaiariy "?**- '? rwelfth arenua; tbanc*
unB aoulherly alo_aBBMi saaitrly im- of Tweifih
_,.i l*' rnd i" HKbaa 10 th.- pla. * or pomt of baalnnlna.
Th- latfl plt. ?a or paroel. of lanl al>,\? dea. rlhe<1 ar*
ahown on two Blmllai map?. plan.. anJ protltea, aicom
o'anleil Wlth riplannlory runaik-. 11.vl- bv Iba Depart
sr.nnf'of* *..Mi" pa*** 'r,!,/ffKT"u;",h!- *?'""?? 1 ?-??-"'?
J, ?,,_ ., . ., r, 1 .rk w*.t of Rlevantn avrnue, hetw*?r?
Kifty-'.'ril *^'t M.'ty f-uMh -..*.:- in iha Tarcniy
a_co_d Ward of iha Clly of New Tork." ona of -m. h
IIil iibm 11 '??"' '" "" ?'"? ' ,f ?-**- R**Blaler <?( iha I'.ty
",V-'uniy of W?- '?"?? and ihe olbtf of wfclek ia fll*d
"1 tha ortlca of the DapartOMOl of I'ublio Parka ln ?a 1
__B aald B"-nrd of Strret Op*nlnf and Imi.rov*ni.'nt.
.inl?r and ln pur-iian<-* o' th* provlalotM of aald chapter
-ro of tiu- i-?* f IMTi h"" aatarmlned ihai tn* p-,,p.r
tloii of rl- . ij.en** 10 b? inrurre.l In aoqulilnB tha land
for auch pnrk lo b* aaaaaaa 1 up - ? proparty, p< ,
and eatale* t- t - banaated hy the a- |Ulaltlon and ? n
? 1 1. ; irk m 1 1 t* t-*ni) Bva i?r etal . ? r
r-e Qii-iriT of BUck e-peiir*. and aald IV.ard haa aiao
d.-irrncned 'hat lh* area wlthlii whlfh aurh exper.sa
ahall t.e ?? a?i--i*el ehall he as !?? ?? On tlie n-rth hy
KIfty-at--<I llraat; BB Iha a.-ilh hy l-orly -elgnth alrfc-l,
ti. Iha east by Nlnth a-enue. and Ofl IM -?e?t ty Twaifth
B* enua.
Datad Ne* York. Df-'ml'-r 34th, 1987.
FHAN'-IM M Hi-OTT.
fotir?el in ihf Ci rp. ratlon,
Xo t Trv.in P w, N?w Tork CMy.
ADVF:nTI.^E*.i^:^T3 an.i sut-i-. n-j'.l.-na (or The I'rlhnna
1 ai iheli L'pi ' n Ofllca, No 1 .i." Broadway.
? north of 81bi .t . untll 8 o'clock p. m.. ad\*rti3*
m*, .... | , tb? f-ll. wlng hian.-h i-fTio** at .
.'.-,i Btb-arc , 1. *.
eor _.*: .' 181 to. tra., or. 1211. a_: Ma > 1. 6th av*
a-. 1 ll'h ll , 112 Celumbui a.* near Weal lalth ?i . l"*l
Waal l-d ll near ''.ll. ivi I''.' Ka*t Idtli *[ .'.. Waat
-^1 t l*i?**n 7th ani t?h BTB8 . K''W Eaal l.'h-al . I il*.
?^ av* h*tw.*n T84h and TTttl BtB.: I.**** *'1 "v-' ???'?r
Olat-it 1 Ton isl ni* ? ar M:>'h-?t . ?.*-> Sd ara.. r.*ar
41et it ' 554 M-ara | 210 Pleeckcr at . 328 Rleerker -at :
tDinter Heeorta.
H OT E L?fTcHIA R L ES
ATI.A.VII- CITY. M. J.
OPEN all, thi; ykak
THE FINKST JIOT.X ON THB COAST.
Moat modern he.tlna ayetein, elevtrtc ll.lita. aun parlor-,
el-vat'.ra. and all hotel c nveiin-nce_.
Hot ar.d , i Id freah und ajlt w.'er in all batha
Wrll. fer New .Uu.tr.U- Boofclet
JAHEI fl REILLT. i)*ner ar.d I'rop'r.
THI BQVABL-. CLIMATE *t
ATI 8NTIC i'ITY V. J..
p[RiN<". THK WINTER
IH MOBT DBUOHTPt'l,
HADDON HALL
VIU RBMAIM 01_N THROUOHOUT THK YKAK.
Sea* n*Me pleaeure. .nd amua?m?me. Ulu.trated hook
Itt n.alled. l*K? 0 4 UPPtNOOTr.
THE SH_T_b1TRN 17
?\-0s____{l_ Qiuy9 KL oD,
Dlrectly on the baach. Open ihr?u?h',ul the enilre ye.r
J. li bOUTHWICK, M?r.
Throuth -Uffet parlor car. Vla i'enni I'. K.. leavej
23d Ptreet at 1:20, Lieabroeee* und 'ortlandt 8ta.. .t 1:40.
LAUREL'N the PINES,
NOW OPEN.
?OBACB rOHTKK. Minmgfr.
(L,MM_C__, [h.GDQJ]?[__a
Open from October ."t to June l.t.
UAVIO U. PUIHRB. Mana?.r.
MOTLEO, DBGDM &0LH.,
At.(!t STA. oi.ohuia
Sltu.led 050 r.*i ?t,?ve eeo l?v<>!, ln th* dryest MCttOB
of the country, eaat of the R>cky M.iunialn. I-:\'<'E1_.
I.KNT OOLP t.IN'Kl*. In chara? of a pr.f>>?.nn?I. Also
guod ahuotma. and other outdoor ap..ris. Culaln. an.l
?CTVlC iiiiaurpaaacU. Only -- Iioura frjin New Tork, w,tti
threuah I'ullman aeeommodatlon* Kor full p.rticulara
adBreai
C. o. TF.rssi.Lf,. M~
New Tork rt-. re.?nr.-itlve. Kr?d H. Pmfleld.
Mtrropnlltan n.tldinir Madlton Square.
wlWaTflTra Bo ?tteil,
HAMILTON, BERMUDA.
_PEN DBCEHBBB t'NTII. MAT.
MEAU .t BRO0K8, IfANAOBBB.
N?w T( rk OAo, 3 Tark Place.
"TTC-kbo0?^ t_dD LPOaicB? [L_Q-<b
CHARL-E8TON." Wlntar rendervoue ,,f the famom N Uth
All.nllc fiquadron. Vlalt hlatorlc l-"ort Sumter, and tha
freat fortlftc.tl.na now un.ler constructlon <>n Balllvan ?
?Und.
THB CHARLB_rTOM HOTEL, atrlrtlv flrst-'-ln**, ftfford
ina ail mo!?rn convrnleneea. Send for tllu?trat?d Bo"-?
Ut W IKVINO PAVIDS.
TrMQfi-MSWOILLE, M.
n.NEY WOODS HOTEL,
WM. E. PAVIKS. Proprlator.
BARVBT S DEN-SOX. Superlntend-nt.
NOW ' i'K\
Oood read* '.elf l.n:lv-?i.uall Khootlng
New Y rk ofllce. T. II. BCOFIELD, I Madlion Ave.
BARATOOA BPOB., N. Y.
Kor health and plMBure. Th. -i [, intmenta of a flrat
e|a.?a Hot.1. Klev.tor. ?'ea:n leat. eun parlor and prorr.e
r 1 !? p Um r Of. BttltM, with b.tha. Massajie, K.?c
tjr, Al! (V.ter t,.nhs. Dry lon;'. ;ur Mr-t.,|ta \V?t.n,
?leg.p.t. ilelfhlng, tei). K?anii:ni?. tk;ii:ng, eto. Open .11
Ihe yp.r. S.nd for iliu.trated cireular.
OPBSI AU. THR TBAR,
XSOO f*<*t elev.iil.n t the
CHE8APEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAT.
Mo-.* waieri In Ami rhiumatlim
Ko.n and nen - m tr,?ubie?. pullman CV-mpartmeat '"at
|*a\e. N.w Y< rk l:."k) p. m . s la IVnn.yivanla K R,
,i\?. Thiir*.laya an.l Bat'y ,,? -PPlj ?? C, A O,
..'- a--1 i ;(-.i Broadwa)-, ofllce. Pennarlvanli
lt. l< . , r F li Sohofleld. Mei BTf, Mad. 8 ?, A.i ir-.*
KHKli ST>.RRY. Manaaer, Hoi . Bath Co., Va.
DORCIIESTER INN -Siimmervitle, B. '. fine tree..
Jllld climate. Eicellent b'.ard. ModeraU jterm_e._
T. R. MOOHE.
UiiTKt, ROTAL R.eawelcy-?va_, Atinnii,- c.\\. N .1
Il.i'e.l siiii parlor. Spf^lnl "Ir.ter ratea IICNRT
MILLER. f-rrcerly of the Elti?ron.
KENIL.WORTH, INN. BILTHORB, N. C,
t'ndT uw mai ae*rri*.it .1 laat year. Drv.et cll
n.ate e*A- rf r>? P. ,rkl?.. L*n*xe*11*d for bronchial trou*
,;.. : .-. s .. *r r a !:nka on .roundi.
'Vrlte tr, LIND8I.ET & KITTRITniE.
?pili: REVBRE,
1 HE RE\ERE
r.irk Plaee, oppo.lt* Clty Park. ATI^ANTTT CITT, V. J.
Pteam hei*. aur, pnrlT, modera'. ratea.
JAHE8 M. MOORE.
ADTBRTIBBltHNTI an. BV-Berlptloaa for Tha Trttvm.
reclifi! at th'lr t'ptown OtP.r*, N'o. 1 :'42 P alway,
?d door nirrh of ..lrt-st.. untll 9 o'eleclc p m , adv*rtlae
.-?rr, recelved -t th. following branni offlCN at r.gular
offlr-e raten untll 8 o'cl^ek p. m, vla.! 884 .'h-av*..
? e eor SSd'.l . 182 fith ave.. cor. 12th-e'.; Macy'a,
8'h-ave and 14th .ti H- CoIumbil.-____ ri",r weet 81th
?t ? lOa We.1 4-.1-?t.. near flth-ave.: 92 Eaat l.th-et.
fov Sale.
1JI0R BALB.- CHURCH OROAN; _ri atops. 2 man.jala,
' 2 '?-fRvt of p?,tal- iBourdon and 1*. footi. built b)
Hall * i_ah.,_rh Ar;
H T ATKlNflON Church of the S'raj^era
4 TVlnthrop Piac*. N Y Clty
-Ainneenifntc.
IMRRICAN. 42d Bt, Brh ave T>! 3.147 .TSth at.
-MBRICAN, CABTLE Bq OPERA CO.
FBNCING M IBTKR.
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Sat Mai 1 Mc., IWo. Wed M.l 28, Bvae 8:18.
ln preparalloo?LILT r,r KII/UARNET.
N.?r Bundai K> g Flral of "AMERICAN i'OPS."
BROADWAY Hroailniiy Tlientrt*
THBATRB. Oiiern Coamir,
THF iin.iiw ii HAN.
Eve., B:ia Mat. Sat,, 2 -H-'ai i '?-? . s Opera.' lt. ral l
CASINOI HF.I.I.O M4TI>KF. LOI'IS MANR A
C.BI.NO! TO-MORROWI CLARA LIPMANI
Mith Tlm* Peh. _, Rl,-h Bouva! The Telephonr (.irl!
r ii l r ii K R i x o HALL.
TWO ?- ? Krl ??*??
,.,.,..,.,., Mr, nnd Mm. Jan 14.
FARBH Kl.l. . and
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RBCITAIA ? - ? ?? J 30.
Re. ...,,?. HI..V), at s,-huher?h*. 23 L'alon 'l
DALYS
THKATR.. B'WAt * 88th St.
Bvenlng., B:18. Matlnee. at 2.
i ** Bnc., li. 81.60 * 12
Bvwj t:\enina thi* Week,
MISSADA KEHAN
ar, Mlatreaa ! ? ?'. la
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Mcrry Witri ,,i Wlnilsor.
i".eori?e ' lari. , lf, and
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MATINEE BATfROA* ,
In I!.-' ??> ra] TWELPTH NI'lHT,
MI8B REHAN u VIOLA
a,_ -* THB uori.h IN WAX
i:i)i:\ orano ixinceri b,
Hl BBB. cim:m %toi;ii \vu
4._-(^ Every hour from 1 to .*>. S to 10.
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nAlTttlCK THR4TRR. S.Vh-?? . near Uway
MaIi.F1 THB I.ITTI.H MIM-.II.lt.
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MOYT*a TIIKATHK. LABT WEEK
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HERALnen THEA Bve. '? !.'? Mall Red a- lat 2:1.1
RICK'S "TIIK KIIKMII M*in."
RICB'9 ?THK BRBNCH YIAIIl."
Kodak Pictures.
HY HRMBERI OB THB ROTAL FAM1I.Y nf
OREAT BRITAIN IXP REST 4MATE' R PIIOTOO*
RAPHERB OF EI'ROPK AM' AMERICA N\
TIONAL A'Al'KMV >>F DEBION A..'. THIS
WEEK IPMIBBION BT fOMPUMENTART
?Mi Ki:T OR L'PON PRB14ENTATION Of TIBIT
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WHERE TO DINE.
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HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU,
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ItKSTWT \gnaala. Mgr. 111 j*alv*tj pi. Alc .Tl'. 80c.
Zlmnsctncnts.
s_1dl sTr_^TRl?TioiN conHrtT
THE A8TORIA, ITH AVB AND SITII _T
SUth C'ncerl. rhurada*', .lanuary l.'t, it 'j p rn.
PROORAVMK ?
Symphonl.- Pathetlg.ua Bo, 8.Ta.-hiik->v.ik7
. Frlda) Bpell. from "ParBifal"."A'?B->?t*
BOLOISTi
o- -o
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TII KKT _ WEST .'l.1? *-TRKE*r.
(IKfUC, J WEST SSD ?TRBET.
Open from :> _ m ? ;. i
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2.1 I' -il n Bquara, and F. Kullman ?. I'.i iimv,
...rl LOBwenattla.'-.,n.-?rt piracuw
I.AKDKN THEATRE. 27th it. A HaaUaoa ar*.
MR, Ir. II:* THE
CHARI.KS Rornantlo ROYAI*
rOOI1I.A*f Play. IIOX.
Eranlassi 8.1.V Oalj Katlaaa Baturday
i IIARI.KM , Louia ITarn-.u. -.'ava WartVld. Cath
HARI.KH erlM Unyard
OPERA HOfSE. THB "B/HIRL Of THK TOXATB.
, | Ne?. v-.--\ .\<r Rtabard ICanafleld m it*p-rtoi.-e.
inviXO To-Olfhl, tlta "remenJoiii 8u__m*
! PI.ACK 5-.-|.|?..' ..per-tta. "Th? RaL
1 TIIK.tTRE. Jl'LIK KOPA'SY ar.d 'r.ir CaaL
Kncisel Quartet.
OHAMRBB **il aif matiikkh.
AT MI.'M'I. I.SSi >HN IfAl.r.
TiieNilii>, .li.niinrt UM.
ril.ir*.la>. I .-l.ruiir. 17.
r.i.r.,1,,-. Miir.li 211.
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KMIKKKIIOI KKK. I-.-.*> ,* .>'h-at
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LYCBlrB THRATRB. I Matlneea Thuraday A Pat. 1
l.n-' '.' THI! I'KIMPss * THK lll TTKRELT.
we-k. THK IMIIM 'l>*. A THK lll T| iHf'l.Y.
M n.l.y. Jan M, 'THE TRBS OF KNOWLgDOB/*
HHTROBOLITAH okkha BOI BB.
CRAND OPERA.
in nraoch, Oanaai and itainn, .ind?r Dlractlaa aB
?a ? ? ;-..- I C. A. E.lle
i:-.eninB parf rmaoeaa it ? a'doafe Kattasaa at a
ORAND OPENINO MtiHr.
HON BVO., .IAN 17."I.n liinlnta"
Vr:'. Melba, Yan ''au'T-n. Ma*tf?ld; ?1M Ht;'..n*A
Coir.panarl, \'.-.nn'., Vulanl. Ra.na. St-'-r.-ia'-n ' nluctor,
WED li-'O . .IAN. |B.... ..... ??Tunnhnnaer**
Mrr,?. OadBkl. Barna, Ma.feld; MM Kraua K-cher.
ui Vu Ho. Kalna lurtoi Pim
?
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Jlmea. Oadakl. Btandlsli alM. I'.v.'r Kra.:?. ?-h
mann. Rain?. Hre-..-". Btaadlfl and otiieri O ntuotor,
Damroach
SAT MAT . IAN. 22."Kauat**
Mm?> ktslba. r : .".ta. *'.n Taireren. MM. IbOB, So#*
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BCALE OF PRICE8: II, fl V>. ?*-. B2Bt>, f.t fl Salf
of aea-s for KIHPT week . |-n v '. OfBca, .ir.d
,uo at Tyaon'a, prtnctpal hot?ia, a-.t Rullaaui'a, ilt
Uroadwav.
STKIN'tVAT PIAKOB Ll r.r
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IfBTltOP H.ITAN OPERA BOOSS
CINDERELU-'
mra people
ANI' WORL-YB OREATFST A
f S?ton H ?p:tHl f.r ConBUmptlVBB, E
lleap'.tal and Bl, .lohn'a t ny Nuraerj'
ANNOUNCEMENT.
- nan ynry<i Pi:' iPLE
ANI' WORLTJ-B OREATFST AP.-nSTS,
In al! of H?ton H .p:tHl f ,r '"? n-'Jinp-ive*. Bl AntTS
Mii'erni'v H.-ipnal irvi Bl, .lohn'a t ny Nuraerj"
In reaf-n'? '? nuri.-r. .? raqi Mta from
PARENTB AND >.1IIU>RKN
for an oop irtunlt- t. ?itncra tr
l':ilr? I'P- r.-l ln nt Pitpillnr I'rlrra.
th* nianat;?n.eni .'..a <j.?? ld*d ro ae;i .-. -. |fl ?v?? pajt
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINPS
?n1 at tha
MATINEE FRIDAY
ONE DOLLAR.
Tha la?t p*rf rmani-e wlll fce tha
PPRIDAV MATIBBB. JA*I. 1ITH,
whlch haa Un ifip^-n'e to reque.ra from tha tamt
aonroeal been euh.tliii'ed f< r the evenlnr performancw of
that rtate
MRS A BENTON BARNEa, DIRB~*OR.
JOHN l> fRIMMIKS, TRBASCRRR
HBTBOP. OPKH \ HOtTSB*. Bat Evf., j__. u.
"MESSIAHe"
By th* Pt?P*_E*8 CHORAL tTNION of N. T.
Frink Dumi'" n. . .nd'i I nnuii Jueh.
Ki.ii Or-he-tra from the ' I prano.
N. Y. Byinphonj Boclaty ' JoaepUlne Jaoobev
i.rn ml I'l.ortia of .'.in-ralto.
I.IMMI j H. E-nn Wllllajaa,
Voi.-ea. Taoor.
Seati, BOc t ? f- W. Chnrlea Rr. Clarlfa
II. x?* 113 to BU Baa*.
n m em aah* ^- i--* aStee, Tyaon'a. i Ra__?arq
MBTBOMUTAB OPKRA HOCSE. _
LAST rOJl'CKRT OP THE SKRHOB.
Bt'VOAV. JAS. Kll'll. IT MilS.
mi i.k. _VXjiIO_3 T"___rXI___Tf
Bl THO BISTBRS,
LBOB HARX,
AM) MMK JAOOBY.
SK.IDI. ANP ORCHE8TRA.
f?uai arteaa Stalaaray Pianoa aaatx
OLD GUARD TecTpTION
r, WETROPOUTAlf OPKRA ROCSB, O
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O Batullon, *r tha An ry, corm?r Broadway Q
l:. , and at 'he pnnclpal L.teli Bonea f;
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O y \\ .;nMaN. Tr*aaurer, 12 Old 8Hp. cr ar *7
O ihe Arni..ry._?
MABISOR BR. RABBBB.
OPKMMi T*?-M?".H*r AT A O'CLeOCK,
era Spcix*t8-Kiori'i9
ABBTAL _B-ra_'|pOr3ltlO__.
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toBdlna r-balatesa * IBBB Redaai of Btryciaa.
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.vn the I-AR'l.-T EXHIBmOB OF SPORTlXO
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ADNISSIOB. 60C.
Pl K %H1 RK 81*"1 * ?-'? Vv' ConilBUOUa trom 1 30 la
PALACB. 11 p. in -' ?""-? Ati i. 15c . 2.10.
Odall Wliilami. I-i ira Mooff, Krank l.i.. ?
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Bocklay'i -'? Hor?-?. Whltaay uroa , nuny ??there.
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i-it... i.iit- f??*o "? i? ** ?<? -??*???. ?*-"
str. viie Teamana, John Wlld and :>an OattaeR
Come.lv BkH miU' Doea; I Ivlna P. Hjwa; J.....--* Thoro
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1 ?**' ' TIIK ORB \T I.Al TIKR.
Anoiher B^eat ble blll and BOW fiafiraa
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S^Srn_*s' PERFORMAK<m
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RROADWAB A -MfTII *4T.
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2 nw sHOsrs BVRRt I'av. j * a.
THE CHARITY BALL
"-OR THB N> WERT AND CHlUVB HOtW?_
WALDOffF-ASTORIA
' rmmr kvenino. fkb. iith
Boaaa ean i* hart f-'m 11 to I at 2 f. Wth 0f_
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