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"PROJECTED EFFICIENCY." Mil. DDDI COWCKPTKHBB r 'F OUB OBLI GATIOHB TO POSTERITY PR!N'-'rT.r- OF teiESTERN CIVILIZATION. By Benjamin Klfld. Bvo. pp. r^.. The Ma-raii lan Company. We must on this: occasion dissent from thP dictum that the Btyl« is ....... Mr. Ben jamin Dddiit cor.pirt.-rab]*> a mar. for that. Only a few yfars back he cave as a treatise on ••Social Evolution." which attracted ivide at tention and secured a permanent place amid the literature "f the subject. Later h* discussed "The Control of th« Tropics" in a confident if not a convincing manner. Now hf discusses the whole scope, trend ar.d ■:•;■' of Western fivilizntirm. In the true ox cathedra tone. We phall see ...... discussion Is any n:or* practically epoch-makinp than his previous essays. The point of present interest i? that Mr. Kidd tak*s himself very seriously on a variety of very serious topics, and that, therefore, he in t-- be assumed to be a man of subjectively lucid mind and direct thoupht. For that rea son, we repeat, we cannot concede that in hi* case the style Is the man. Rather would we turn back to thr.t other Immemorial saying. that the use of speech is to conceal rather than to disclose thought. Barere de Vieuzac at tributed ihat F.iyinp to Talleyrand, which Is proof presumptive that Talleyrand did not utter It. seeing that Barere was " the most accom plished and graceful liar in history." Voltaire did say it. and Goldsmith, too. at about the Fame time. But did they borrow it from Samuel Butler, or from Bishop South? And from what Eabel-spruns progenitors did these Inherit it? Let such speculation pass. For the present we may be contented with this latest—would we might say th*> last— concrete and literal ex ample of the fact. For here !s a book of many pages, therefore of much labor, and doubtless of much thought. the language of which is deftly and master fully woven into interminable pro'.ixities. im penetrable obscurities and reduplicated verbal labyrinths, bo ms to make the ma.zed reader yonder if ther«* indeed n*> in it any sequent and coherent train of thnußht or only a meaningless medley of "words, words, words." NTor is it a KtatfUatlne and fasririatine phantasmagoria ■which charms while it bewilders, but rather a leaden dull and more than leaden heavy mass. Which -a varies mind and sense. We would not quite declare it heavy "but not weighty, for th '"" is much weight In it disguised by its heaviness Yet. oh. the pity of It! that th* Talleyrand- V<ataire-Goldsinith-Soutli-Butler-Bahel rule of speech could not for this once have been ignored in favor of th* converse of the other one. firsT quoted 1 Had the man efficiently projected him self into the style, we should have had epigrams Instead of ... lucidity in place of in volved obscurity, and. in brief, an essay as hi minous as It is voluminous. The diligent and persevering explorer may. however, discover landmarks from which to tak<=> his bearincs in *-yen ih» darkest and most disordered jungle, and so h<= who earnestly ap plies himself to Mr. Kldd b -??ay may in time perceive pome salient 1 Dints of meaning The author is. as hitherto, an apostle of evolution. 6f>rn&whnt advanced beyond the mere Darwin ian standard. <It is a fair query, if Darwin. were lie living, would now be accounted .in evo lutionist at all.) Th» inn- of the survival of the fittest is one of his conceptions of universal con trol, from -which he evolves what he terms the principle of Projected Efficiency. That, being Interpreted, means that henceforth the world is to lock to the future, not to the past. The dis covery and enunciation of the doctrines of evo lution have thus transformed the temper and the purpose of the rid. Men will no longer cwell upon and study the past and from it de rive rules for present guidance. Rather ■rill tht-y s.'-eculate upon the •■• ■• and plan for it. and w!il shape their present course with an eye sir.tle tc< the realisation of those plans. To-day wil no mere be whet it is because of memories of yesterday, but because of hopes or expecta tions of to-ir;crro<v. Indeed, In one sense, this i« no new thing. It has ever been so. "The shadow of the future has continually rested upon the present." But now, for the first time, the world Is awakening to a practical realiza tion of the fact, and Is organizing society and the state more and more upon that basis. The fin-: is also being realized that . . . "'lt hes never been the welfare of ti infinitesimal number of individuals at any time existing which consti tutes the end toward which Natural Selection may be regarded .-i? working. It Is always the advantage of the incomparably larger number of individuals yet to come toward which the •whole process moves." In brief, "the individual ■withers, and the world is more and more." We cannot here 1 '■ ■■••■ Mr. Kidd through all the involved reasoning .'.<'. the detailed and recondite citations of historical records and present day conditions and tendencies with ■which he seeks to establish his propositions. The reader, or. rather, the student — for this book is to be studied rather than read — must discover these for himself, and he will find profit for his labor la so doing. Then is, as we have said, thought In the book, despite Its forbidding ob scurity of style, and there Is, best of all. thought which will provoke thought, the latter perhaps rot always in agreement with the former. In many a form the demand. 'What do we owe posterity? What has posterity done for us?" continues to come before the world. Mr. Kldd answers it nobly, that we out to the future the best efforts of the present. That is quite true, without the slightest regard to varying theories of psychology or of eschatology. Whether life be ephemeral or eternal, the obligation is the same. The difficulty is, however, that neither our discoveries of the principles of evolution nor our best resolutions for the discharge of our obligations 10 posterity have given us the power to discern the future. Patrick Henry expressed an immutable truth when he saM that be knew of no way to judge the future hut by the past. However much, in Mr. KMd's words, the shadow of the future may fa 1 upon the present, our ,- V "c cannot perceive it. However steadfastly we may look toward the future, we can do so enly by virtue of the light which is reflected from the past. This is one of the Inexorable conditions of human nature. It is all very well to talk of projected efficiency, but accumulat ed efficiency If the concrete fact. We are now, docbtless, enjoying the projected efficiency of the past. But in truth there was less projection of it by the past than there has been deduc tion of it by the present. So will it be here after. We may do our best for posterity: but we cannot impose our doings upon posterity. We can only accumulate and bequeath, leaving to posterity the untrammelled power of natural selection, to take what it likes and to reject what it dislikes. So much, of course, for only what we may term the voluntary fruitage of our civilization. As for that which is more or less Involuntary, it lies as much beyond our power and will lie as much beyond the power of remote posterity as ever it has in the past. "For we are the same that our fathers have beer-" Net even knowledge transforms us. "Whatever evolutionary processes are now going on are going on exactly as they would have done had Darwin never improved upon Lucre tius. The planet Xeptune was in its place before Adams and Leverrier discovered it. Just the tame as it has been since. So even Mr. Kidd's disclosures of the obligations which rest upon our civilization, and of the tendencies which control it, will scarcely serve to alter the essen tial facts of human nature. Let it be granted that, as Mr. Kidd declares, "the historical proc etf in our civilization has reached the brink of consciousness." It ie not demonstrated, and it may well be disbelieved, that even conscious ness can control destiny. .nstrtution. For Young Ladies— City. K. . ._, . , - .- ■FT** ■■■ ■■• . 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SJ th St. Tut, rinc at pupil's or tutor's re«ilenoe /orrrlosnrr ?nica V-EW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY -^ OF NEW YORK.— f>dalie Marie <V.»!ses. Plaintiff. In said Judgment named, will fell at Public Auction, at the New" Tori Rt-ai Estate Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway, ... Borough of Manhattan. City of New York on the 2Sth' day of April. I^2. at 12 o'clock nwn on that day. by William M Ryan. Auctioneer, the premises dirtied by said jadem-nt to V* sold, ar.d thereii described as follows: All thst certain lot. pie<-e or parcel of .and with th» hui:d:r.c thereon erected, situate lying sand belr.c In tb< Gnrough of •.■-•■ City of New York. ar.d bounded ««1 described fls follows: Beglnnlng ( at a rrim- on the westerly side cf West End Avenue > distant seventy-* <7.M f-et eleven (in inches southerly from th» comer fcrmed by the Intersection i of tie w^t-r.y slde of West End Av»rrje and the southerly side of One hundred and second Street: running thence southerly along lfl( . w -psterlv side of West Fni Avenue twenty-flve <_">) feet- thence westerly and parallel with nn rer c hundred ar.d second Street one hundred (HVii feet : thenc* northerly and parallel wi;h the westerly dde of West End Avenue twer.tv-five 1 25 < '. ••■.-.••• easterly and ngasn par allel with ''■■ ■• hundred and second Street, one huncred (ifK'i ......... or place of beginning. Dated New York. A^V^WRKNCE. Ref-ree^ ABSI " ' JAMES F FWANICK Attorney for Plslntlft, No. .io_ ... R-rruph of Manhattan. New York City. Tj., following Is a diagram of the property t<. »» tf, ; as described above ;he street number heire S4» \\ est End Avwtif The approximate amount of The lien or chsrße to satisfy «rhieb t^e aocve-described rroperty is to be s^.d. is T> nv-o^ thousand three hurdr-d ar.d twenty MJOO d-'iaiT! with Interest thereon from th« 17th day nt March. IftnaTtoSther with costs ay.i allowance amonnUne to ,w* hunlr".i ar.d rifty-one !'-T"> dollar* (S3M.«S>. with Jntcrest .... Slst. 02. together with the expenses 'j .i.,; ,p.i. The approximate amount of taxes, assess nfnte or oner liens which are to be allowed to the r,urrha«or «ai of the purchase money, or paid by The i, f f, rw . .s One -houFand two hundred and thirty-seven 70-100 dollars snd !ateres:. Dated New TorH Referee. vevTyork BrPREME COURT, county -*-^ of yew Yorl — Elira " Zeretra. Louisa A. Barnard. Johi A Zereka and George T. Zere^a. as tnißteea under tbe la-t irUl and testament of Augustus Zerega. deceased. P't'rtfrrs ««lr.M Amelia L«T. ladlrlduallT and as ad niln ;Vratrix of the poo^ie. chattels and credits of Abraham Z£ v aeceaeel and others. Defendants. In pur-uar.ee of »1-id«m^nt of foteclosure and sale, duly made ar.d entered fn th .''v-Vntitie.J action, bearing date the 6th day of March 1 the undendltned. The Heferee In said judff rent named, will sell at public auction, at the New York R<-al Brtate Salesroom. No. in Broadway. In :he Borough if MaXtita C.tv of N-w York. o n the Bth day of April. ifx>" a- 1" o'cl-ck noon, on that rtay. by William M. Pvln auctioneer, the premises direct.-d by Bald Judgment to be sold and therein described as follows: "All that certaln~ot piece or parcel of land with the buiidlnts and imDTOvementß thereon situate, lyinc and !"-l.i«r in the Clt* of New York Borouj* of Manhattan, and known as No 212 Eart On«-hundred-and-twenty-sevenih street, aj 3 i nr J ,'i, f EOUtherly side of sa:d One-hundred-and-twenty-oev e"th ~'reet distant one hundred and eighty feet (ISO ft.) easterly from ih» intexsectlon of the said southerty !!n» of said* One-bundred-and— twenty-seventh street with th* 1 easterly line of Third Avenue: thence southerly and par allel with Third Avenue ninety-nine feet eleven Inches <<<:» ft 11 In > to the middle line of the bl.-><-k ; thence irepteriy .-."one said middle lln« twenty-eight feet •■ipht and a half Inches <2^ ft. **2 In.t to a point opposite the centr.. of a party wall between th" premises hereby conveyed ■,■■■■■ of the party of the lirst pan H.ijoin ii X on t!,'- west; thence north. apaln paral!<l to Third Avenue and t>art of the wav thrautch the middle .if said t,i>r^y wall ninety-nine feet eleven inches I'M ft. II in.) to the southerly tide of said <):ie-hur.dred-v)nd'-twenty-sev enth street, and thence easterly alone liie said southerly e'.de of sa'.d street twenTj--ei«;ht feet eißht and a ha'.f inches »2* '• **V« tn.) to the point or tjla'e of beginning. l«s the said several dlm<>nslor.s mere or less." Dated New York. March l<th. 1902. WILLIAM !•. BURR. Rf-Jerec. MURRAY. BENNETT A INGERSOLU Attorneys for I'lair.t'.lTs. Nos. 16 22 William Street. Borough r,f Manhattan. New York <?ity. The f^llowlntr Is a <*.ia*rram of the pror^rty to be sold . described above, the street number l>e:riE 212 Kast •l!7i;. Street: The approximate amount of the Men or charge to sal is'-.- trhi'-h the above des<-ribej property If to W sMd Is f,7. ::.•." wllh Interest therein from The Zsth day of Februar> . 1902. together with cr^is and allowance amount ing to $431 25. with Interest from March <ith. 1902. toi?.ther with the expenses of the fal». The approximate nrnoutit of taxes. aesessroem s aril water rate?, or other liens. which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of the pur chase money, or paid by the Referee. la $1,39] ■•: t<nd iu!<?re?t thereon. Dated New York. March lOt 1902. WILLIAM P. BURR. Referee. The Rale of the above d^cnUd premises Is hereby ad journed to Tuesday, the 15th day of April. lftC'2, at the tame tlm» and place. Dated New York. April c th. 1902 WILLIAM P. RI'RP.. R'fer-e. MURRAY. BENNETT & INGERBOLL. Attorneys for Pla'.atifff. Nf>s. lfi-^ Street. Roro,;Kh of Manhattan. New York City. YEW YORK SUPREME COURT. County of "^ New York. —The Sew York Savinci Bank. rialr.tlfTs acair.st Stephen Taibert and others. IVfenrfar.t.*. — In j.ur fuanw of. a Judp:-nent of For*clo«ur« and Sale, duly ma.ie and entered in th« above entitle.! action, rearing date t]j» 141 day of March. ISQ2, l. •■.■ under? igned. the Referee In «ald >udsnieii 1 nun will sell at Publl- Auction, at the New York Real Hfctate Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway, In the '.■ of Mannattan. ■ "'■"■■■ of New York, on 1li» 15'.h Oms of April. if*) 2. at 12 o'clock noon, on that day, by John T. Boyd. Auctioneer, the premises directed by mii .-•■•■ be sold. and therein described 3s follows': All that certain piece or parcel of land, with the bulldlnm thereon erected situate. l>ir.R and belntr in the Twelfth Ward of the City of New York, hounded and describe.! as fellow*, viz : Beßinnir.jr at a point en the Northerly side of One hundred and twenty-atith Street distant twi< hun dred ar.i seventy-one f<-et six Inches Easterly from the corner formed by the ir.ierpectlon of the Easterly Fide of Third Avenue with the Northerly side of One hundred ani twenty Street; running thence Northerly and parallel with •:- Third Avenue ninety- nine ftret and eleven inches to •--■■■ line of the block between One hundr-vi and twer.ty-*!xth and One hundred and twenty-seventh Streets: thenc» Easterly alone the same thirty-three feet and six ir.,-h"« to the centre line of the block between the Seconl and Third Avenues; thence Southerly along the same and r.araJiel with Third Avenue ninety-nine feet eleven inches to the Northerly fide of One hundred and twenty-elxth Street aforesaid: and thence Westerly alons the tame thirty-three feet and six inches to the point or place of beginning. Subject to covenants ac.ilr.st nuisances con talr.ed In » deed recorded in the Register's t)fflce of the County of New York. In Liber <iM of Conveyances, pace 2. l'at«>d. New York. March 21ft. 1902. VICTOR W. HUXGERFORD. Refer**. JOHN WEBBER. Attorney for Plaintiffs. 7 Ueekman Street. Boronch of Manhattan. City of New York. T!.e following la a. diagram of the property to be snM as described above, the street puirher being 22. East 126 th Street. 127 th Street. The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy which the above-degeril-ed property is to rx« sold, is $25.- 61-IW. with interest thereon from the 27th (Jay of Feb ruary. 19«'i2. together with costs and allowance amounting to $477 40-1 •«.. «••>. interest from March 14. IPO2. together with th* expenses of the sale The approximate amount of taxes. as»-e*.«ments. or other liens, which are to be al lowed to the purchaser out of the. purchase money, or paid by the Referee, is $51S S6-100 an i interest. Dated. New York. March 21st. 1902. VICTOR W. HUXGEHFOED, Referee. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIB.XE. MONDAY. APRIL 14 lflttZ. .forerlosnrc Salca. (SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW 5 YORK.— Sydney H. Solomon, plaintiff, agate* Alice Edwards Jarvi?. defendant.— ln pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entered in tnr above entitled action, tearinp date the 19th day of Janu irr, 1901. I. the undersigned, the referee I n faid ju <[K™™\ named, will >ell at public auction, at the £•»£«*.««"* Estate Salesroom. No. ill Broadway. In the R°r«jgh of Manhattan. City of New York, on Friday the ■ -If t :'-of:'- of March 1902 at 12 o'clock noon on that day. by S aniuej Goldstlcker. ..... premises directed by said judg ment to lv sold, and therein described as 'ollows^ All those ,wo certain lot>. pieces or parcels of land : with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying and being in the City of New York Borough of Manhattan. which, taken Sgether. aro boupded and described as roUow^Beginning at a point on the southerly side of One Hundred and %he teenth street distant ninety-four feet westerly from the B o^hw«terly corner of One Hundred and Sixteenth street and Avenue "A -now called Pleasant avenue.- th-nce run ning southerly, parallel with said avenue on* HuSdVed eleven inches; thence westerly, parallel with One Hu~d . 1 and Sixteenth street, fifty feet: thence "-"-therb para ,.el wi'h =aid avenue one hundred feet eleven inches to tne sVutterty side of One Hundred and Sixteenth street; thence r«s erfv alone said southerly side of One Hundred and «it«nth street fifty feet to the point or place of begin n r.~; Mng lots numbers one hundred and - ■ . • p of p opertj Register's offlc. York. • ■ .:■• . •;''"- L.EHMANN F. M. S. & I. S. ISAACS. Plaintiffs ■•■■--. and 2it ■■*-■■■* N**w York City. m < A The following Is » diagram of the property to be sold, HGtl -• The approximate amount of the lien or charge, to satisfy which the above described property is to b« ""W/«» *™ with interest thereon from the Ist day of January, i- 1"—1 "— *"«h.r with the. expenses of the sale. J^ ■»Z?!™uZ amount of the taxes and water rates, to be allowed .to the Si SS and'^e^-THe The Ist mortgaVf for 59.000. with Interest at 4 •_■■ - from the 1--. day of October, 1901. Dated New York, Februarj 27th, r.'"- Refer «. JfLJT'S !.-:HM \NN Rel The sale of the above described premises is hereby ad .'..... ■ April .•'■. 1902, i- the same hour and P rllted New York. March IMst. IWI JULIUS LEHMANN. Referee. M S .v I S ISAACS. l"'l ■■■ ■•■ Attorneys. T>i» *ale of the above described premise* is hereby aM- Journed to Friday. April . Ith 10H2. at th<> sat ■ hour ana P< Dated New York April 4: 1. IJV>2. .ill,; . MANN Referee. M. S. & I. S. ISAACS, Plaintiffs Attorneys. . . Th * sale of the above described premise* is- hereby ad journed to Friday. April l?th. IW2. at the same hour and Pl r^ed N- York. Arril .KHMANN Referee M. S. AI. S. ISAACS. Plaintiffs Attorneys. V'EW YORK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY -^ OF NEW YORK.- Fred. I A. O. Schwa rx. pl.iln tlT against; German American Hekl Estate Title Guaran ^-,t SnY^l'forV^ur? and "^ S:;™;de'and a ..n"'lerin the a^e %«uiled "... I. ■ the N ... ■ . ' ■ ■ of Ne« York, bounded and described as follows. J° l^ %*£&&itf™ >< p.- ■- 'h^d^r^^hV and ■■ - int.. ' August 10th. 1848. Andrew Findlay >'»-vey, r. and filed ,n, n ,„ We*tehert*r County Register s r.fflci- as Map Number ft4l; runninp thence Easterly nnd parallel r.ea--!y so with said "■•■•■■ a« ghowri on sail map. en* hundred and forty-six and nin";v-e:i;ht one-nun d'ot!th.« feet, more or loss, to th^ Westerly ?:de of Lot Nurrber Twenty ns shown on sal.l mar. at i po'" 1 nere on "r/ 1 ..• Xr-.i and f e'.»ntv fe.t southerly fn>m th« southeri'v side of -=aIJ Third Street; and ther.ee ranning Southerly alone the Westerly side of said lot Nnmr-r Twenty twenty-five ffe(; th'nce Westerly and part »■ or the dift'an^e through . party wall, and on a line para.,. or nearly iso, with ... Third Street, one hundred an. thirty-eight tind ten one-flundredths feet, m^re ..r l*»e, to a point on the Easterly fide of Brook Avenue, as rtto-A which point is distant twenty-el* an.l fifty-thr** hundredths feet southerly from <>:a point nt beginning: ard thenc* northerly alonr said easterly aide of Brook Avenue, twenty-six and fifty-tbree on«-hundredtb« fee.. to the r.lace of beelnninß. r>atp<s New fork, March -■'*-•■: ADRIAN II LARKIN. ... mini DEPEVf ■ & COLBT. Att«rneys for Plaintiff. N0.140 Wall -•■■•••. New V.--. Clt7. The following is a dir.rram of th- property to bo .old. Its ■.. number Is t»O2 Brook Ay». ::-.! Street shown on above m»r.tßn'd map. The aprrrxlmate amount of th. Hen or ch.irK" to satisfy which the above described property is to be sold. I» »-A IST OS with Interest thereon from the loth day of Mann. 19,12 together with costs and allowances mounting to 1332.22 with Interest ■ .-.- . from March 11th. U<"2. to gether with .... expenses of the sale The opr,r,jx!mat« amount of taxes, assessments, or other liens which are to be all -wed ti Ihe purchaser out of the purchase money, or paid by th» referee '.- $255.f>3 and imprest. The above described property will be f.ild Hubject to the restrictive covoiut:>ts contained In dead from Gouvemeur Morris to Mary ....... September Bth, IR4K. and record*.! in the Office of the Register of the County ff Westchester in ... 131 of Conveyances, Page ■'• als-i In sut>s.?,j'jent d«-'ids. I\it*d New York. March 2*. 1002. ADRIAN H. LARKIN. Referee. (SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF KINGS. - !. . ••.. |c S. Dunne and TTrsuia v Carey. Plaintiff aßEinht Edward 1.. Carey and others. Defendants. In pursuance of an Interlocutory Judgment of partition and s^le male nnd entered in the above entitle.! action, on the 17th day of March. ■'■■- I. the undersigned, the Referee !n tald judgment named, will s^ll at public auc tion to tl.e ... on Wednesday, th» 16th day of April. 102 at twelve o'clock noon, by and under the oir<-ction of William M. Ryan. Auctioneer, at the New York Heal Estate Salesroom. No. 11l Broadway, in the Borough of Manhattan, City. County and State of New .... and premises In said judgment mentioned and therein described as 'ollows, to wit: All that certain lot of ground described in a deed from Prlcilia Huggar ford and other persona to William Kenworthy, bearing da!» the 27th day of Api In tbe year 1522, and re corded tn the Office of the R.-cist.-r of the City and County of New York In Label IC of Conveyances. PaX» 201. on the 261 day of I>ecem!*-r. 1*22. as follows, to wit A.l that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground, situate. lying ar.d r.eitiß in tho Fourth Ward, of the City of New York, on the northerly sid<- of Ctierrv (.bounded southerly In front by Cherry Street aforesaid, westerly by the land now or late f William Collins; northerly by the former part of the same lot and lately sold to thr Thompsons; and easterly by the estate Inte of Saniuol Osgood. and now or la'e belonging to the Thompsons: containing in breadth in front nrc.l ear eight. feet ar.d nine Inches o.- thereabouts, md In l<nmli on both sides one hundred feet. Subject to in alley or gangway on the westerly Md** according to the ancieut tltl** d^e.ls. The saio premises l,ein« now known by the street num ber fifty-two (52) Cherry Street. Dated lirrrfiklyn. March 21. l!' 02. HENRY S. RASQUIN. Referee Rir-ER * SMITH. Plalr.tlffV Attorneys. 29 Pine Street Manhattan. New Tork City. The following is a diacra-n of the premises to be sold: (SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW - YORK. — Anna R. Spring. Plaintiff, acatnst Catha rine Callagban and others. Defendants.— ln pursuance of a Judnment of foreclosure and sale, duly made and entemd In the above entltl. action, bearing date the Mist tfay of March. 1902 I, th. undersigned, the Referee In (•*:.! Judgmen' named, will sell at public auction at the New York P.e.il Kstate Salesroom. No. 11 1 Broadway. In the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on Monday, the 28th day of api 1902, at l- o'clock, noon. on that day. by Petet F. Meyer A- Co.. auctioneers, the remises directed bj wild Judgment to be sold, and therein de scribed as follows: All that certain lot. piece or parcel Of land, with the build'nps and improvements thereon erffted. sltuat<- lyinc and t"-inp in the Borough of Ma hattan. City. County and Stat< of New York, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the northerly side r ,f Kast One hundred and thirty-lirot Street, distant one hundred and seventy-five feet easterly from the corner formed tV the lnt.-rsp^tion of the northerly sM of East One hundred and thirty-first Street and the f-.HFt^ily oiiie of Fifth Avenue, running thence northerly PHrall»-l with Fifth Avenue, ninety-nine feet and eleven inches, to the cent line of the Mock between One hundred and thirty-first and One hundred and thirty second Streets; thence easterly along said centre line of th« block twenty-five feet; thence southerly parallel with Fifth Avenue and part of the distance t rough a party wall ninety-nine feet and eleven inches to the nortnf-rl\ side of One hundred and thirty-first Street, and th.-nee westerly alons said northerly ride vt last One hundred and thirty-first Street twenty-five feet to !!>•■ point or place of beginning, said premises being known by the street number Nine East One hundred ami thirty first Street. Dated, New York. April 4. 1902 ED. G. WHITAKER. Referee. WILSON, BARKER & WILSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 4s Wall Street Borough of Manhattan, New York, The following is a diagram of the property to be told. its street number being 9 East 131 st Street: 131 Bt Street. Th» approximate amount of the. lien or charge to uatlsfy which the above described property is to be sold Is M5.«.tT7.50. with Interest thereon from the 23»t day of March. 1002. together with costs and allowances amount ing to 1394.21. with interest thereon from the "Ist day of March. 19<">2. together with the expenses of the. sale.. The approximate amount of taxes, assessments, or other ;!-_ne which axe to be allowed to the purchaser out of r>urciu!se money or paid by the Referee is $440.57 and interest. Dated. New York. April 4. 1902. ED. G. WHITAKEK, Refere*. Snrroqates notices jn PURSUANCE of an order or Hon. Frank *■ T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of New £>_£ S_e Sace ol i-ir*, d a !=. .. «S±K3?^gg Yo°k on or before the first da> of May next. Dated New York.' the 20th day^ 9*o^l9o^^ TN pursuance of an order of Hon. Abner C. -*■ Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims apain.t Emma G. Milmine, late of the County of New "i ork. (ie cAs-.l to present the same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber at his place of transacting business. Room 401. Pr riuceKx *har. B e Building, at corner of Whitehall and Beaver Street? in the City of New York, on or before the SS f Dat n MNew ( °T f or*Ke SSday of February. 10*2. CHARLES E. MILMINE. Administrator. HARRIMAN & FESSENI ' ' Attorneys fur Administra tor. 277 Br. Sway. New York. _________ TN PURSUANCE of an order ot Hoij. Abner C. Thrrr..-is. a Surrogate of the County f New Tort is hr-r.'hv (riven ti all persoi V,' v . r late ol 1 f New 1 rk. deceas. ■: same with you hero thi ■• r • ' ■ his place of transacting busln ss, at I Ferdl nand Shack at Nos. R9 an I 61 Pii c Street. Bnrou ttan.'in th'- City of New York, on r > • - ■■ 111 1 • • 1902 Dated New V rk the Bth day of December. !!">!. FI I.'. IRD METER. Ex. FERDINAND SHACK, Atl irney f I - .■ . . h of Manhattan, City of New Y-.rk. TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Aimer ■*• C Thomas a Surrogate of the County of New York. Notice Is hereby given io ail persons having elafma Bgainst Clarence ■ : Maloy late of Summit. < ounty of I ni.in. N»-vv Fersey "deceased »to present the same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her plan of transacting business at the ottire of Francis P. Qarvan. .No. 32 Frank lit, Sfrreet. In the City rf New York, on or before the Ist day of Außiist next. Dated Ne-v York, the 251 day of January. I* -. : MM B MAI/ 'V. Administratrix. FRANCIS P. GARVAN. Attorney for Adimlnlstratrix. 32 Franklin Street. Manhattan, New York City. TX PURSUANCE OF AN ORI>ER of Hon. * Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate ■■'. the County of New York notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Mary Kelly, late of thr- County of New York. ,1» ceased to present the same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, at the office of his attorney. G. Thornton Warren. No. 31 Nas sau Street Borough of Manhattan: In the City of New York on or before the 2", th day of August next. Dated New York, the 17th day of March. lit'C. THOMAS KELLY. Administrator. ,- THORNTON WARREN. .Attorney for Administrator. No 31 Nassau Street. Rorough of Manhattan, New York City. IN PURSUANCE of an order of Honorable «>;„„ York notice la hereby given to all persons having cliims ng.i'lnM Mary Ann McGuinness, iatf of th.' County of New York deceased, io present th. same, with Vouchers thereof, to the subscrir*r. at her place of trans acting business at the office of Ronald K. Brown, Num ber 320 Broadway, in rhi City of New v irk County of New York, and Borough of Manhattan, on or before th» fl'ifrnTh <lnv of June r.-xt. r>a'ed Now York. N ■..•ember .:• 1001. MARY FRANCES McGUINNESS. Rxecutrlz. RONALD X BROWN, Attorney for Executrix, Num ber 32" Broadway. Borough it Manhattan. New York. ■\[ 11/ N. SUSAN. — In pursuance •>[ an order ■ i *- of Hoi Abner C. Thomas', a Surrogate of the County of New York notice Is hereby slven to all persons having claims aeair^r Susan Mlln. late of the County of N-w Yprk , I crt»a s * i d t*> present th* 1 «;im* ... voucners tnereox to the subscriber*. 'at their plac« ' : transacting business, at the ..tn.-e of Howard Beck. No. «7 Wall Street. Borough of Manhattan, in tie City Of New York, on or before th« 22d day of .lu!v noxt Dated New York, 'he 101 day of Jar.u-iry. I'.m.j. WILLIAM ■■ . I.'-.. THOMAS I. FEITNER. NATHAN A. \l' .- -MA V. Bxecutora. HOWARD BECK. Attorney for Executors. 17 Wall Street. Borough of Manhmtan. New York Clt>. in PURSUANCE of an order or Hon. Frank 1 T Fitzgerald, n Surrogate of th« County of New Y^rk. notw if hereby given to all persons having claims against James Mills Smith, late of the '-ounty of New York. ,le ceased to present tbe ?am» with vouchers th-r«-.-f to tne subscriber a' her place of tr.m=-ctlr.ir business. Mi* riffle* of Thomas J. <-urran. No. 2o Nassau Str-et. Borough of Manhattan. In :h« City of New York, on or before th. , lrl k j.iv nf Sfiiti'ml»r next. rm-ed New York tl,- twentieth day of F-bruory. I!K>2. MART ANN smith. Administratrix. THOVA"? I CXJRRAN Attorney ror Administratrix. 2f» Nassau Street. Rorough c.t Manhattan, N. T. IN ' PURSUANCE of .111 order of Hon. Abner * c T) _ ... a r.urr^r««' <>* the County .of New York. nf>t'c-' Is hereby clvon to all persons h-ivlni: claims again*: Fl!7ti'.-«t!> Rns*nr,fium lat« of th>- County of New York. leased, ........ -am- with vouchers thereof ti , m «ul - ■•■• ■ - ......... cf transacting Implies*. k* office of Morris S. Wine. No. -X) Exchange Place. Borough of Mannattan. In The city of New Yorit. on or beforo the 2nd da> cf Jv;n«- next. ,, , rated ... the l'Uh diy of November. I9OL HENRY C. ROSENBAIIM. SOLOMON K. LJCHTEN3TEIX. Executors. MORRI? 8 WISE Arty for Executors. 4ii Exchange P!noe nrrouc'' of Manh:ii»n. N Y.i Itj (Titutiona rpHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW *■ YORK by the gTacs of Cod free and Independent. To Ann V Marshall, Birsh Robb Tyler. Mary Mci Homer. Harry Wint-r Lucy P- Marshall. Agnes Flol.b Chew. Ca--l» T Armstrong. Elizabeth Tyler Rhett. Sarah T. Marshall.^ Catallne J. Myers. Cassie Julian James, lime. G«ref» Brelsori Lucia Munro. Pno*« Munro. J. Herbert cTrDintT ? Samuel < \ Chew. lilchard I:. Good, un.i to nil ner*sns inVerested In the !>tate of Catharin* Uartz Robin. V-,:,. r ., th e cii> of llaltiinore. Maryland, deceased, as ,"'. '• rs legatees next of kin or otherwise, send K re« tinsc: You : and' 'each of 'you are hereby cited and re<iulred p-r ■otatlv to be and appear l>ef. re our SurroKate c.f the County of New Yr.rk. a' the Surrogate's Court of raid ,„,,. v.,.irt at th<- County Court House In ii:>- County of New VorW on the 2nd day of May. ll«'- v . at half pan ten o"clock in the ... of ••. then nnd th^re to at „, H iu.n,-!al settlement of the account of proceedings of j?HerbVrt Carr-enter and Samuel C. Chew, as Ettecutors rf the - Last Will und Tastament of s^ld deceased, and such of you a« an- hereby cited. i.» ar- under the age of twenty-one years aro required to appear by your guardian. If you have one. or if you have none, to appear and apply for en" to be ai-y-jlnted. or In the event of your neglect ,r failure to d> so. a guardian will X- appointed by the Ru'rroeate to represent and act for. you in the proceeding. Sin Testimony i^Vhereof We have caused the Seal of tr..> Surrogate's Court of the said County of New V -:k to !■» hereunto af!lxed. Witness. }i^n. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate II S.I of our said County, at the County of New York. thr> 12th day of March, in year of cur Lord on.- thousand nln* hundred nn.l two. .1 Fairfax Mclaughlin, Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. FREOPERIC. !•'■: P. FOSTBU. Attorney for Petitioners. is ■:•■■■ Borough of Manhattan. City of New- York. rPIIE PKOPLK OF THE STATE OF NEW ■y OR . by hi Brace of God f re. nn.l independent. tr> Tosfiih IVibs'.-n fioo.l and John P.u!l<-M. the hu^.ind and heir and n»xt of kin of Elizabeth Jane Good, deceased. Fend greeting: Whereas. Joseph I>ob!ion Good, of the City of New. V"rk. has lately applied to the Surrogate's Court of our County of New York, to have a certain Inst-ument in writing relating ... and ... on perty duly proved as tlie la>it Will and Testament of Elizabeth Jane Good. late of the County if New York. deceased, therefore you and r.ich of you ar.- cited to ap pear '::■:■::. of our County of New Tork, nt his office, in th,- County of New York, on the 2.*.th day of April, one thousand nine hundred and two, at half-past ten o'clock In th" forenoon of that day. thf-n an.l there to ittf-n.I thp probate of the Faid last Will and T'xtnrr.ont An<l .... »f are hereby cited, as arr» under th.> age of twenty-one required to appear by your guardian, if you have on<\ or if you have none, to appear and apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your npglect or failure to do *o. a guardian will t»- appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for you In the proceeding. In testimony uherenf. we have caused th» S"al of the SurroKato's Court of the said County .if New York to be hereunto aflix>"i. Witness. Hon. Ahner C. Thomas. a Surrogate of our ?:ii.l County of New York, at said County, the 3rd day of March, in th» year of our [Peal ] 1. rd one thousand mt..> hundred an.i mv,,. j. Fairfax Mclaughlin Clerk of :'■■■■ Surrogal'-'s Court. Notice ol Summons. VEAV YORK SUPREME COURT.— May II Appleby and Philip H. Williams'. Junior, as Tnistees under the- last will and testament of Julia •.• Valentine, deceased, against Maggie Maguire. Flora illrs.h. l>a\i.t Mayer Brewing Company, the Lawyers' Surety Company of New York. Rachel Aronson.— Summ ins: Trial .:.■ s:rfd In New York County— To the above named I'--f>-n.! an;s: You art- hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action^ r.nd to serve a copy .if your answer on the Plaintiffs" Attorneys within twenty days after the sprv i ce of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and In case of your failure to appear, or answer, judgment will b» tak^n acninM you by default, for the reh*f de manded in the rr,rrij>laint. l,ate.| New York. February 2 I l'.i'"2. GItASMUCK a OSTRAXDER, Plaintiffs* Attorneys, No. :»■.» Nassau Street; Manhattan. New York <'ity. To th. Defendant Maggie Magulte: The foregoing sum mons is ••!.'.■ by publication^ pursuant to an ord<>r "",f the Hon. Samuel Greenbaum, one of the Jus tire* of the Supreme Court Of the State of New York dated March 21. 1002, and !i!e,'. with the complaint on March 21, 1902. In :he office of the Clerk or the County of New .York, at the Court House, in said County, which complaint was originally ilu-,1 on February -» lUO2. '..•.•-.■. York. March 21. !>>.•_•. GRASMUCK A OSTRANDER. Plaintiffs' Attorneys. .■■■ Nassau Street. Borough Manhattan. City of New-York. CUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY. - Tlie Imp. rtcrs 1 :«n.l Tra.ifr.s' National Hank of New York, plalntifl against <V'TKf VV. Robinson, defendant summons. To the above named defendant: You are h"r«» by summoned to answer the complaint In thl< action, and to serve a copy of your answer on ili« platntifTa attorneys within twenty days after service of this summons, exclu sive of the day of service, and In case ..f your r:tllurt' i,\ apj>"ar or answer, judgment will 1..- tak.n agralnst you bj default for the 1 'lief ■■■ •■ andi I in th^ complaint Dated. New Y.I. February :!. I!hi2 WHITE & WING. Plaintiffs Attorneys. Post riffle* address and "rtice. No. V" Nassau Street Man hattan, Now York ••lty. To I ;•■ I-:- \V. Robinson, defendant: The foreßolng sum mons It- nerved upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of Hoi Samuel Oreenbaum. one- <.f the Justices of the Supreme «'ourt of the Si it. of >«-»■ York, dated ch> sth day of ■..■■■_ and tiled with the complaint in the 1 >:•_.,., of the Clerk of the County of New York, at the County Court Mouse, in the Borough of Manhattan. City, County and State of New York, on April •'■. 1902. Dated, New York. April .'• 1902 WHITE & WING. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Office and I'ost Oftlce address. 20 Nassau Street, Manhat tan. New York City. i DVERTIBEMENTS iin.i subscrlpttona for The ■Prir.'in* __ received at th.tr Dpti NO. 1 'J4-J BR< >ADW \Y. _i door north of 31 si si ■ lock p. m. Advertisements will r.e received at :h.- fol office* at r<(ruiar office r.iif.s until S o'cl i-. | I 264 Sth-uve.. s c cor 23d -• 153 <;i li-ii ■»«•.. 12 ■ -• . f»_ Kimt 1 Illi-xt : _.17 \\>»< I2_-M.. 7th and Bth aye* _<;;•. \\ »••.! 12_tb-_t.i I ,::::s ;s«l nve.. between 76tl :.. :77 b_ I.O_tf .".il-n > •■.. :■ '■:-■ -• 1.70N l»,t-M\*-.. aeai - 157 Eauri 125th-_t.| 756 Trnuoni-uvc: BSO :(<l-n % •-.. n 41et-sl.. r.ft-1 itii-ave.: _IO Ulroki-r-xl.; _2_ Blceokfr-m. Brooklyn. \. _lt; 4<»urt-nt.; _ir» Smilh-Mt. l.«K»-l (.iitrp-avc Nrwurk, \. J. — 7!»i Uroad-*t. Also at all A. 1). T. offlcea. (Official £cqal Notices. A TTEXTIOX is called to tin- advertisement in * the City Ree ird of April 11 to 24. 1902. of the con firmation by the Supreme Court an.l the entering in the Bureau for " ■ Collodion of Assessments and Arrears, of assessment for OPENING AND ACQUIRING TITLE to the following named avenue, in the BOROUGH OF THE BRONX: 2r>.nn & 24th warps, SECTIONS 1" _ 11 fcl- TON AVENUE OPENING, from the 2flM .v 24th Ward line to East 17."-th Street. - Snnc i March 11, r.fl ; entered April 1". I'" - EDWARD M. GROUT, Comptroller. City of New York. April 10. 1902 (Pecan Steamers. FAST KXPREPS SERVICE. PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN. From Pier 52. North River. <inn«cvoort St. Kaiser Apr. 22. 1.1 A" M j Kalseriu. r. July — lf> A. M. Krnnprlnz. ...May •' .s A. M.|Kronprin2 July 23 noon Kaiser .. .Mnv 2i> 1<» A. M. i Kais .. . Auir. 12. ''" A.M. Kronprinz . .Inn>- 3. 2 P. M. Kaiserin. . .Ausr. I». 10 A. •! Kai<=>T June IT. 10 A. M. ! Kronprinz. Autr. - i: 1" A. M. Kai.^erin. .June 24. 10 A M. K.ut-.r. . Sept. '•'. '•" A. M. Kronprinz July 1. nc-'n : Kaisei'ln. . .Sept. Ifi. H> A. M. Kaiser .J ily 15. l" A." M.| Xi ii. rinz -; ■ 2* 9A. M. TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE. Cherbourg;— Southampton alternately. a_r.<i Bremen. From Bremen Pi-rs. Hoboken. N. J. Frie,l. d.T G.tApr. 17. noon itremen •.:•.:•• A. SI. Or. KnrTst-May 1. IOA. 51-1 Frd. .ler Gr.Jun. 2«. i" A. M. Rheln. . May S. 10 A. M. | Koen. LtUTe.Jnly* l'» A. M. Ilrem^n. ...Mi-. 15 !"> A. M Gr. Kurft. . July 1". MA. M. Fr. Dei Gr.llay 22. lOA.'M.I B irl ar"sa 1«. 1» A M. Neckar May 20. |0 A M. Bremen I;:h 24 n ion Gr Kurft.June 5 10 A. M. j Frd. det C.ro.July 31, : P. M. Barbar*sa.'June 12 in A. M.I Koei Lnlse.-Ang. .. IP. M. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA. Fr. m Pier 24, Ft of Amity St.. Brooklyn. Aller Apr. l:.. 2 P.M .I I.: ■' • lur "' « 4 - nrvo , n Xeckar. . . .Apr. _:: 10 A. M. ! Trave J""*^ -'• '' A - 'I Hohenz'n.r.Apr. 26, 10 A M. Alii - ■;•■-- 1"A. M. •Kafeerin May .T noon ! Hohenzoliern. July ■' '■' A. M. iJilm ■ May 1.. 10A.M.|Lahn July •»• »A. M. Trave May 17. IP.M. | Trave Aug. -. »'■; Aller .May 21. •• A. M i Alier Auk •■>. 10 A. M. Hoht-nz'n.May 31. 11 a. M. Hobenz"n.:Aue 1>; . - P.lM •From Hremer Piers. Hoboken. N. J SPKCIAL NOTICE. ThA large twln-«crew S. S. NECKAR, I".™* ton?, of the North German Lloyd will sail from NEW \nRK for NAPLES, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 23 Cabin rates: I. Cabin. $70; 11 Cabin ?."<•. ,-,•-■ & CO.; NO. r, BROADWAY. N. T. L<iuis H. Meyer. 45 South Third St., I'hila. R TWIN-SCREW RXPUFSS SERVICE. PLTMOCTH— CHERBOURG — HAMBURG. n«itschland.~Apr. 17. ooon Columbia Junes. TO AM F. Bismarck "May I. 10 AM Deutschland.June 12. 10 AM Columbia MayS, 10 AM A. Victoria. .June IT. in AM Deatsehland.Mny 1".. 11 AM F. Bismarck. June -' 10 AM A. Victoria. .May 22. H> AMI Columbia luly •-. I" A -I F. Bismarck. May ■_■■■■ AMH>eut!»chlatnl.— July 10. 9 AM TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE. PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG-rHAMBURG. r»nn«ylVa.Arr 22.3:30 PM Patricia J'-ne IT, .1 PM ... 20. 10 AMI Blnecher.T'.Jun* 24, f«J^ Moltke May R. 3^o PMWaldersee.:. July 1. Istl IJ Patricia May 1?.. 10 AM Prnr.sylvani-i. ..July »._8 AM Walderses.lTay 2«>. ?.:?J> PMlMoltke J"lv 15. I»J>P5j Pennsylv-a.Mny 27. s.::o AM 'Palatia July "•■ **** Pretoria^". June 7. 4:.-jit PMiPatriclt ruiy 22. - AM Moltke rune 10. !< AM t Blueeher '"•>' -"' Nn " n •To Tlarv.btiru- ... SIEDITERRAXEAN SERVICE. N kw- YORK - N A PLES— 4 IENOA. Palatla \r>r. 1«. 2 PMI Rtlatta lun» S. 2 PM Phrpnicla ••■..■ 2 PM Phwnlela June 1«. 2 Pal HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINK nf"ic~s. a.-> in! 37 flroadway. P.ers. Hoboken».N. I. HAWAIIAN ANT) PHIXJPPIXE ISLANDS. PACIFIC MAIL S. S CO nrriPKXTAI. AND ORIENTAL S S CO. TOTO RISEN KAISHA. ■ • i - . M ■ ■ M . ■ ■ CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL WA V . Intended Steamship Saiiines from Vancouver. ..... CCaiiXfA] RHIUPWHEISOiaDS ' - EMPRKS3 OF .III.VA May T. P.. M. S. S TAP.TAP. May 10 E3II BESS OF INDIA May 2>i EVP. OK JAPAN. . ..lunf 1* ; R. M S ATHENIAN. June 23 B.^ -"'^ \M IBtMM AVn -M& WM.W MDANA. May 2. ... 3ft. For rates apply 3M Broiadway an,l 1 Broadway. £\B©[}ae)o2 (LQR3S. ;!^r^r^. From Pier r>» North Klver. foot "f West 2»th St. Anr-horia April U». noon I Ethiopia May |f>. noon Furn-i.':a Slay 3, noon I Astoria May 17. noon first soCoon. $-■>! urA opwards. S»conl saloon. $32.50 and up: third class. .*2i> and us. HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 ani lf> Broadway. ""©'LCD UDCDE3D!?iinaDE3 loss DAILT SERVICES Ft OM Point Comfort. Norfolk. Port-mouth. Pinner* Point nnd Newport News. Y.i . connecting for Petersburg. Richmond, Virginia Beach. Washington. D. C. an.i entire South and West. Freight ar.l Passenger ste^rcm sail fr»m Pier 26. N. U foot of Ucaxrh St.. every week day at 3P. M. H. B. WALKER. Tratnc Mar.ag-r. Stean;.-h!p» of th» REIL> "D" LINE will sail for .-»a^ luar. direct ;.» follows: S. ri. PHILADELPHIA ........ Saturday. Apr!! 19. noon S. 3. CARACAS Saturday, May 3. n 1 m X r :r»l»;ht or passage apply to BOULTON, BLISS ... Genera! Managers, 135 Front St. AMERICAN U - V . ........ •: .■ 7. :■■ ., m, .:: LINE ni1. ... .Apr. 1 ■ - ■ : ; ' v. r HOI. LAND AMERICA LINK. NEW TORK— ROTTI3RDAM VIA BOCXOGNE S. M New Twm-Screw Steamers of 13.000 tons Register Twin-screw STATENDAM Apr. l 9. 4^O AJ 'i Steamer via nymouth ar.-i I"ou!ojjr,n-Sur-Mer. JtTimfr"' 1 POTSDAM Apr. 26. 10 a M. Win Screw . KYXDAM May 2, 10 A. M. "A^piy to Holland-Amertca Line. ?■'-> H'way. N. Y. « _ Cl SARD LINE. **•'* T .-> i.TVF.HI'ooL VIA QUEEKSTOWX. c»»onla Air 19. 1 p. M-ILucanla •■»■■+ P. M. Cat.-i inia'" \pr. W. 4 P. M Saxonla May 17. 1 P. .V. V^.i 'i V"t T Miy :» » ••■ M- 1 Campania -.Stay 24. *p. M. Vbl-N-'N II HKOWN * '"". "-n. Agents. 2-.» BROAUWAT. NEWT TORK. I l'Al.I ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO. -*- s-AVIGAZIO: GENERATE ITAL.IANA. \\ EEKLT SAIUNGS TO NAPLES— GENOA— ALEXANDRIA. T^imhardla A f r - -"' Slcllla May 2't Irchlraede Apr. - Llgurla May 27 May « I- Rleeant cabins. Dining-room on F'romenade Peck. r *" p. or r lt ,. s and other Information apply to HIRZEL, FKI.TMANN & c,>.. 11 Broadway. N. T. 1 > 1 : 1 » -d- LINE. \\ j- or Im Guayra Puerto ■.-... v . and Miri- Llbo via Curacoa — Calling also at San J;iar.. P. R. c • Fro:,, Roberta Pier. Brooklyn, v S PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April 19. noon B B CARACAS Saturday. May 3. n>vn Tnrßn ,v.- '.a have su;»rior accon.moajtloiu for ±^M : *■'■*'■'"'■ BOULrON. BLJS»B A DALLETT. Genernl M.'ina^ers. 135 Front-it. iiAI.I.OKY STEAMSHIP LINES. ■* * From New York Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. FOR TEXAS GEORGIA ANO FLORIDA. STRAIGHT ■• -.: ROUND 1!M!' Ticket* Issued to alt r-otnts In Texas. Colorado. Arizona. California. Mexico. Arc Georgia, Florid*. &c. Delightful Write for our «> p.'ie "Pocket Guide" (mailed free). C II MALLOR* A CO.: C.en. Acts. Pier 2l>, XL R.. N. T. PI'RfIPF S°iU) LTark'o Excureion, by new. twln 11 '"'" '■ •" ■ K rew steam.-r "ColumWa." 8.600 tons. June ZS. Also Celtic .-■■■. 4. ■-: High class. Unequalled advantage*. Attractive side-trips. Rhine, liirmmi. Switzerland. Italy. Holland. Parties May 3. 17. June I>. f«» LJ.iyd via Naples. ROL'XD WORLD tour Oct. 8. 51.550. F. C. CLARK, 111 Broadway. N. V. » _ WHITE STAR LINK. - »■• NKW-YOr.K— urKKXSTOWX- LIVKRPOOI* Germanic Apr. l«, noonjOceanlc Apr. 30. 11 a. m. Teutonic \l>r. 23, noonlMaJestic .... May 7. noon Cymric *pr. 25. 7 a. m.rceltlc Maj l». 7 a. ra. i-ler 4N. North Klver. Ollloe. •) Broadway. New York. 1. 1. an LINK— Royal Mail Steamers. "* New Twin Screw Steamships. BAVARIAN IONIAN .in-! TUNISIAN— : •■.-«. tm» each JIOXTRI Al. T O LIVERPOOL Parisian May 3 I Tunisian .May l.» St Lawrence Route. Three days In Smooth Water. Shortest Ocean Passage. Saloon J7'i an. l upwards. Second Cat, J.-57. .")<•. upwards. 11. .v A. ALLAN, General Agents. Montreal. AUSTIN BALDWIN .v CO., 53 Broadway. N. T. "PAST ITALIAN LINE. "La V.1...-.-." Sailing >-.>ry Tuesday to Naples. Genoa. BOIiOGNBSI, HARTFiELD & <'0.. .'• Wall 31. I H>OKS El ROPEAN TOUKS. " Personally conducted Tours t.. all parts of the world. Programme an.l full particulars from THUS. COOK A no?. •_•»»] .-. i isa B*way, N. T. liuilraaoa. LEHIGH VALLEY. \ Foot of 'A — ■ .-1 ;A ; !■■:•■. vi. and Dighrowiea Street* B •Dall] » Except Sunday. i>uuday ih»n»M : c U.S. >! 12 >X ' r- tV »:.B. t6.li). xHIJ. : Lv XV .A l.\ N -T..BJ KaMoa Local 't« » « » •« *■ a m : Buffalo Local. •.;»! a » >; si » « HiiHalinind KtoEinm •9.95 am *10 .mi asl j BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS Ml 99 a » *12 M N'N | Maii<-b<'tiunk .-.nil Huzlf ton Local. *ctl4o r M *dtiso v m Wlike*.Barr«? and Scrnnt<in K\prfM. ... t»SJ « ti MI- m cmi .... L<«hl ..;.;.« ■■• >■ " tl»P» Chicago *nl T'.-omn Vf «tthu!e Express. . . •'. -,-, ,• M •»• 1" r M THE BP FPALO_TBAiy •::.%>• 1 •« !>' r M TicKKtiTand Fullnuia •■ nodi -...•-■ 355, li>.acd ; .'154 Broadwa) IK! Sib ATO..3S t'nloa Srjunre West, MS Colnmbm i Aye N V *'*) Fulron St.. ■( Court St ,m- Hri.»dwiy and Ft. Fulton 1 St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer Co. will call for cnect buss**" | Soilroaos. PlnFlTanla I RAILROAD. STATIONS foot of West Twenty-third Street and D«». brosses and Cortlandt Streets. 1 111.- l«-n\iuic lime from l)p<lir»s^e« anil Cortlaa«ll Streela la live minute* later than that gives li.-low for y-thlr«l Street >tjiti.m. e\i'f|il 1* here- othrnvi«e noted. T..V. A. >i. FAST MAlL— Umited to two Buffet Parlor Cars New York to Pittsbure. Sle-pins Car Pittsburj to Chicago. No coaches to Pittshurs. N..-,.-» ,\. S|. f.\ST LlNK.— Plttsbarg ar.l Cleveland !>..-,.-. .\. M. PF-NNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Com partment S'.e.-pinsr. liininK. Smoking; and ooservation <"ars. For Chicago, Cleveland. Tol«lo. Cincinnati. Ind ianapolis. LoolsrUle. St. Louis. 1..V. I*. M. CHI«A<;.> ASP ST. LOUIS EXrßESs._ror Toledo, Louisville (via Cincinnati). InJUnapclts. Chl c.j?o St. Lo'iis. liining Car. .V.-,.-. P. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS— For Pittsburg. In,l i.in.np,.lis. LoulSTllle St. I<.uis. Pininu Car. .V.-..-. !-. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago. ror Tileio. except Satuniay. iJining i,'ar. '■'•'■ IV >l. PACIFIC CXTREiW.— For Plttsbnrg and '"hlca«o. Fcr Knoxvll>. daily, via Sh-n.inioah Valley I'.-mto. I'nnr.wtM for eleretand, except Saturday. s.~"» P. ■»!. CLEVELAND ANI* (riNi'INNATI EXPRESS. —For Pittsburn. Cleveland, aid Cincinnati \va»iii\<;t«>\ am* Mi I : >'»| in. "..">. "s^". ;• 2T. il'inmg *'nn. 10.10 (Desbras^ej an.l Ccr lan'ir Streets I'i.in tt'inir.g <'ar>. li'.f..'> i['in;n< Car) a. m. 12..V. il>;ntnir Car>. 2.M (r>esbro.<s..s and Cor - Undt Str»^t«. J.lii>. 13.23 •■Cr.trrej.^iora: L;m.." ail Parlor an.l I .n« Car';. 32S il'tnirg Cnr>. 4 -"• (Dln inn Can. ♦ .V. il>inins «'ar). V 2T> p. m.. 12.1t) night. Su:.dii>. > .2.".. !>.2-"> il'inins; Car*. UKS3 iDir.ln« Car) a m . 12.V. iDtning <'»d. i?..2Ti TCbngTesslonal Lim.." »ii I'arlor and Dining f.»rs>. :t2T> iDining Car>, 4.25 tDta ins <" !t ri. 4..V. (li,ninit C:iri. !».2." p. m., 12.10 atajUfc SOUTHERN RAlLWAT— Express*. 3.25. 4.23 p. In . 12.10 nisht dally. ATLISTIC COAST LINE. — Expr-ss, 0 2T> a. m. and 925 p. m. daily. Sr-AVOACI. Alt: I.INF: RAILWAT.— "FIorMta ani Metro polran Llmite*!." 12..V, p. to, dally. Ezpreaa; l-.lt> night NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. -Fir JUmphis CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.— X 33 a. m. w**k- FT>R OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— TJ»» m. week days an,) s..v» p. m. daily. ATLANTIC city. —!>..", a. m. and 2", p. m . w.ek^Uvs Sundays, t.55 a. m. Throu«:ri Vestibaled Trains Bu' fet Parlor I'.iri and Standard Coaches nn w<»«k--.lav". KX h^ r ' D^ ? SSS CAPK MAL-IL'.V, p. m. w»fk-iiay?. For prln-pt on New-Tork and Long Rra:,ch RaOrnad (from iV- Twenty-third Street Station), 8.55 a. m 12.40 •>_.>. 4.V. anil 11.2.". r,. m. s,jr;,!.i\<>. !. 2f> am 455 r- m ,«'.' rrm f>e.»bro?»>s ani <-orrUn.lt rjreetsfc tim\ m' "! ifi m"' * ar '' n:i ° P ' m ' :S " n<lar3 ' **■■*» »1 1 »n PHILADELPHIA. *" J< * _jl>esbro»^es ar.,l Ccrtlar.d; Streets. H2o>. T. 25. 7.55 s-'.s -'. s •""•"'• '•••-"■ iT'ining Car>, H>.53 Penna. Umite.lt in iA ll>e»brossea and Cortl?ndt Streets l->.i.., iMr.i-.K can l'>." «t>tntn«t i-rin. 11.35 a. m.. 12..V. iDmin^ r.ir) » ii> (r>e ? b rn?s^, r ,^ Oirtlandl S-ree:?. 2:'Ji". 2 ."."). 3 25'iDln- Insr Car.. .?..V,. 1.2T.. 4.2 T. (Dinin- C.in. 4 .V. 'Dinins Ca" .'..^. fDinine Car.. T.55i *S5. ».M p. m.. I2.l,»neht' Sundays «. 10. IJ3 mo coaxes* 9.25 »'s* 025 «rStag (an. :>.,.. il,imir»<!>. r> ",. 1W.33 (Dir.ir.:: <^a r > a. m I"S^ (Dinine Car), I.W lOintng Car). 5.23 lOtntng Can" 3 ;."i t~: 'Fl2 ln * Car>l *'■•' (tHahkg'Cmn ">.M 'Ijtning car»" ........ 9.25. 8.55. 0.25 P . rr... 12.10 nieht. Ticket offices Nosl 4f.i. H!tH. ir>.'.4. lit ar.d 2SI Br->»<jTay 11-I 1 -- Fifth Avenue <h*-iov.- 2M St.»; 1 Asror House- West Twenty thin! Str»e r Station, an.t stations foot of Des br"??«.>< ar.d Corrlnrrtt Streets: 4 Court Srreet i^'i Fulton Street. ?••» Broadway ,-md Penns-.1v.-jnia Asnes Station Brroklyn: Station, Jersey Oty. Th» New York raaatßi Companyiwin ell for -in.} c^eck basgase fr^m hotel* »n ! resiaencw throueh to destination. T^l'phcne "814 ElKhteentb Stre-t" for Pennsylvania P.a',!r--.ad Cab bW- J. B. HCTCHIXSOX. r. p. WOOD. General Manager. nen»ral Pus'r \i*nl. NEW YORK GENTRAL Trains arrive an,l depart from Grar.J Central Station. 42.1 Street. N-w York, as foiio-As: Leuve New York. Arrive N»w Tor*. •.i.lna. m Mail »r1 Pir-r Trsin •T.iWa.Ta. * s .ix) a. m Syracuse L^-al . „ t>?.23p.in. tß.3Oa.ni Emptr* star= Express. _....t;r>..v> p. a. '- .4.". a m — F<»=t Jlatl •Wiifia.ra. t!o.-?-ia. m Day Exp— 5? tT'iop. m. til. .T» a. m Rurl.-iri.l Express t7<X>p. m. •!."«>p. n». Southwestern Ljrri--1 *>i ni p. rru '-'■"r 1 - m .N. I. A Chici?'. Spee>] ■ •!..' I .i> p. m. «.3ftp. m.. Albany an<l Troy Flyer _?::.lft a. m. •3 ."' f,. m.... Alhanr s*eclal t2.'^p.m. •1 i" Pl m net-.-,'.; Special _*tft.OO a. m. "'r!'»p. m.. Th** t^ake >h?re I^rr.tt'd. ...-♦ •^.3>> p. m, •3.30 y. m St. IVm!3 IJ^!-<>;l •: \l p. m. '•'■ '^ p. m VCesrcm Eipre^' •*. ift p. m. ''■ -.• p rr> Stontreal Express *T 2" 4. m. *T HO r>. m. -A(l!ror.J-u!< A ?.r-.r.tr^-i! £xpr»3S.. •« " i. m. *". lrt P. m Buffalo Special •? 2T a. m. •9.20 r • m ?. W. sperial „ "7 .*•> a. m. •».3ttp. rr Pai-lf.c E^pre«p _~ •S..W 1. m. •II "•> p m JCorfh#rn N»w Tort Kxp '7.27 a. m. Jl2 I" a. m WWniKtit Eijrcss "3.3i> «. m. •Dafly. tnat!y. mcept .<T;n'iiy tDatlr, except Monday. II.IHLKII DITIMOV 1 ''^ A. •,< T^i ."?:>..-. P. M. Pailv. ex^^pt Suztdsym taP'.tt* fl-U an,* JSortli Adama. Sundays only, a: j.20 A. M. Pullman Car* nn ail through trains. Trnr:s Clamtnated wi-h Pinrsch Lsht. Tl^k— f(sr»» at u.i, 2»;i. 41". ar.d I 21« i:ro->.,-!Tay. CJ l>l"ri So. W.; 1-7S r.-iiumb':.t Ay».. nr? TV-: s* ',2T.th St.. T3sth St. arrt mvh St. BtatTocs. N>w Tork: 3CS an! la Fulton St.. an-f K>< Broadwar. Fl P.. Pro :<!yn. T«!-ph ••?><"»> s.«-h Street" for New Tork Central Cab S»nrlce. P.irsTe» che.-kf>il frcm ftotel or resi-ienc* by ■W-esf-.tt rxr-»-»s Cornpiny. A. TT. SMITH. r.^-njinr. TT nANTTLS. n- ■ ■ - ... „» NEW YORK TO BOSTON SPRINGFIELD LINE Via and tile IIO»T().\ AM* .»t.i:V.\\ UAILIiOVD. (New Tork Central jfe lljii<.n Ki\^r K. y... Lesseu.) Tra:r.« leave Gru.-.ii Central titatiun. FettXtll AOBIM i-"-t 42-! Street, :. • York. follows: Leave Jlrrlva Arrtr* New York. Sprlnsfletd Boaton. *:•<■>► a.m. 12 4." cnon. 3.3i> p. m_ tl^.'«> n<v. n . .1.1»p. m. 5 4" p. m. •4«<> p. m. " 27 p. m. tO-00 p. ra. •'■ •■•• p m. 3.11 a.m. fl.l3a.Tr:. Ti.-ker!. at N»w Tork Centra! t:ck»T odtx% 413 and 12U Broadway, an.l ar O-tird Central Station. NEW JERSEY CENTRAL Liberty St. and South Ferry (ttrr.e from South Ferry £va minutes earlier than below, except as r.oteii). e»stov 111 11:1: 111 M. ai-i.k\ n>\v\ \>O MM Til 4'lll"\K— "4.i»> <7.15. Easron and E?th!»hem pnly». :> V> A. M.. 1> 4 4,> ,«->4.-,. E^ston only P. St SunttaT? *»•_>-. \ V t.oo XSrt p v \VII.Ki:«H \HIJF. \M> SritWlON— •*.«* !».10 A. ■■ . »■> P. M. Sunday* •* US A. St 1 iKKWtHM), RIVER m> lI\K\FGAT— ■ 4.>0 ?n \ M. I r.n .;: 4->. •4>>. Lakewood on!y\ -no p M <■:- 'xri, •Jrt.43 A. M. ATI, WTir riTV— P.4O A M ."? •»■"> P *,:. vim:i.im» am) iiiciim;kto.\- ;*.ec a. St. is> P. M. i.hm. RRurn, \"»nruv p\iti\. im'fui |.IH>\ l\ I'l-IM I'I.IUnIM' \M) "•i:\»»IIOBK I'OIMS- »4 "•>. !».30. !!."•> A. M.. *4.4', rt.'U> ?. il. Sundays. ».<» A. M.. ?*OO P. M New Jersey Central, Philadelphia & Reading FOR I'Mii \mi nil 1 tP.?a.i;r.;r Tfmimn- 1"*231, +s no •!>!»> •!<>.»». •ll.H<> A. 3UL, 'to, tl :::>. M.i)t>. :*3 4i> t».'.« }«4.00. »4.30>. •."..<:". f«.0O. '~ >*>. fT.3O. j:>.»-« •fO2.*. P M.. '12.1. m-it. > FOB i»i:\i>i\i; \M> ii akuimii kc,-*. .». •♦? S.i»\ ».li>. ili>i»>. 11.30 to Reading onlyl A M.. 1 .V- I :■.'». 4.:u> 4. »i.. 5.00 i7..-.:> to P.eadlTi^ •-•:i":y) P. It, iZ'.Z mdt. Sundays '4.3 (11-30 to Reari'.n.- onlyl A. M.. tO« .t.i.4<> to Reading on'.y>. 3.«». 5 X>> ,:<.'•> to Rwdtng oaftr) III I M.. 12 IS m,lr. Foil IM»T'r*VILI.K. "I Ml in AM» W U.l.lA>!<- I'lUt !■'-■:-••-- » !•> rti-so to pottavtui ooiyi A M 1.2'». I..TH i4.~J>. 4.4 i) to !'"!^:!> T.'v>. TJh P. M 12 IS mdt. Sur.d.avs. »»-jr. A. ?.f.. t.OO C 3.40 to Pottsrllle onl>). ».«> P. M . 12 13 rr.Jr. ROYAL BLUE line iN. J. i'KNT. —P. * K. —B. a O. RTS.) for inn.Kt am> \v.\*iiim;to\ -t«io. •l<-.«»> .ti.3ii A. M.. •l.l*>. t1.n,.. t*3.«i •3.0*. - • P. M..' '12.13 mdt. .... St. Ferry. South Ferry, 113, SB. 130© irs.v» Broadway. i>- *th Aye.. 2T> Cnton Squara West. 153 'E. ,t 125 th St!. JT.-. West 135 th St.. US Cbtumbua \ve New Tork; 4 O art St.. H44. 860 Folton St.. Bnwh lyn;'o>* Broadway. WUllamsDurgt. N<*w Torte Transfer Co calls for an,i checks bo^ffasre t^> destination. •F'on I^heriy St. only. 'Dally. fPailv. except Sunday. : BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD l*;a\.e NrTiV IOBKCITT. Soutt toiry au CbicaK*. Pittsburx -lil»nt -l-.i.-n:. Cr.icaj.-o Columbus »li3sp. m. "l.w» 9. m. nner. PKMburK. Cle'e Jiu^p. nv »UW p. m. Da«. rtttsburte. Cle»« f1.25 p. m. tl.3i»p. m. ...jr "Fittsburu Limite.l" •.;..*..i p. m. Ityj. ni ji..t;i Clnt-.nr.atl L.vi» »li ji> nt. "J_lant. _ Clncir.n.tti. t^t. I^juis •» i. m. 10..»> i — .. '-• I ]f r - ClnclinaU. St. Louis •»:..-.% P . m. •.."• p. m. )'■■■*} Norfolk M2.35p.m- ti.n., ;,. tn. Cln«S. BtOl \! 111. It Ml •■."»!*. Washington. Balto »»..■»■. m. »"«"i.a Buffirt Washinrton. Balto •».»«, m. •!•»..»». i. ~. Dtoer. Washinßton: Balto •11.2»a.m. -lt.3pa.-m. Dlnjr. Washington. Balto »12 Mp. m. -l-OWp. m. Dln«, Washington. Bait »1 -■'■ P- "*. ti .1" p. m. Dfnjr. -Royal Umlted" •:: :i'. p. m. *J*>P- m. Dinar. Washlr.et >n. Balto '■*:... p. m. i; ••■ •• KSSS SS£':i§-::-2§:£ -JSS^s^S •Pailv tnaily except Sun.i.iy. ISunda* ur.ly. CClces: 113 2*l *•'"•* ••''•"" Broadway. "-."• Colon P.yiarfc W.r 391 Grand Street, N. V : S« Fulton Strert. BrooUjK Wbttehatl Termini n.n.5 rjrertv Srr-et. i:.i<-,-.ise ch«elrta fr":n hotel or re«t.!ence to .i-sttnaticn. WEST SHORE RAILROAD. ; - . . • - ■ ••■* towa, aU i". uiin. l^cer toot 'A us: 4Ja »t.. N. il-: • . . • v \ Til -•>.-. M — tl> Hudson »iiv. ji Moii. k..\i>re3». •1 VU f. -M •• 5 I- M. Conl Llm. fur Detroit. Chicago Jfc S:. Loiii*. 13:43 I" M — C— > for Hudson Kirn Points i Alranjr. •«>.:;. P. II —For Rochv, Uuffalo. CleveM & Chicago. t7:40 P. JL-For Roch.. BuSato Detroit i St. i-'-' l * •^:15 l\ M.-Fur Syra.. Iloch.. Nla«. Falls. Urt X CM. •Kaily. f Daily, ex^pt Sun Jay. L^a.^s b:.»;»I)i nex .Na. lat fW *■'• A. M. ; No. 2at t:; x»i I. M. Lew* Jersey City. P. X- H. 81a.. No 1 at tII.LV A. M . No. » »t t3:33 P. M. Time tables at prinv::i>.il boie.s and '»"g- Bassaso checked from hotel or rea.dence by VW»: c-.lt. * »^- X. H. SMITH. C X U\MIIE 1; ■ r - , Genl Superintendent. Gen'l Pass r Ageoi. Lackawanna Railroad. L*»ve >.*•» Vui'U, I-K-l ... Chris'.upaer SIS. v.m, .v ii — tor L;ii-.s:iaiiiton ami ijrj.v:a»e. •lu.w>A. M. — fur ituftaio. Chlcijji, <md St. L«)Ut«. •14" 1-. M.— fur BuflaL. and Cnicaa-o, H:uo P. M —For i-v.-rauton and Plymouth — BuCet. '■■■'." P. M. — for Buffalo and Chicago. » , •8 13 lv X!.— For rtica. Oswego. Ithaca an.l pp ' l " V._ •-• •" I JL-FM iiuffalo *ad Chicago— Through s'««»» "Tickets at 'lS. Broadway. Cot Howard St.: 1.193 Broad wax. for. •Mb St.: 113 Broadway. N. V.. .*-■> raliSi =>*•• •Oa.ll». tExceci j<unfiiii. 4 DVUKTISEJIENTS .md sußserlpttons for Tn» Trtbun* _C\_ received at th« I'ptTiwn Office. NO. 1 242 BROADWAY. 2<J door north of 31st-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m.