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AQflES AND HALF TIGHES.
n MMi 0.. J.V TIIEEIEED IXIBE "" fir100,OOO WILE CASE. t MI. HI. rather nichare) VTas a Ratr ""1,,, r or nichnrd ttaii Testator The Otner MHlXln That 41randfat.ierBo.ierl Was '"prrtotrnlhrr, vllh.rlorBm.Tlian Heir There are n0 Imttcatlons that ths contest over li will of lh lal lUchanl Tlgho, tho Union ire wtntrlc, will bo brought to a close any Ler (hnn Is uaunl w"" " 'at a sum as $1, SlOW Is it stake. Tho matter on-faced tho at- Nation of Surrogate Fltiiccrald aitaln yestonlay. hen Jo1"1 x1, tlne sppearlnir for James S. rube ml moro -"-" n 8Coro f other alleged Mrs of ltlchnrd Tlgho, declined to Join in tho ' posfjatipulutlon of counsel that tho validity Stbe -HI ll llr$t trlc1 ani" lue en" B'nlus ' thocontestniits afterward. Mr. Qardnor ronowod Implication for permission to take part In tho tootsst of tho ill on behalf of James H. Tlgho, -bom he alloscd to bo a son of a half.brothor of Iihe testator, amt n grandson of tho common an tutor on whoso llfo all tho questions In tho cat kits. Robert Tiithc, known for purposos of dig Unction In the contest as Hobert tho cldor. jjr. Oanlner's application was opposed by Wheeler II. l'eckham, counsel for tho pro ponents, on the ground tint Mr. Gardner did Jot ,bow that his client had a legal right to In herit from Itloliard Tlghc evon had Illchard XIhe left no will. Tho Surrogato reserved his deci'lor.. It Is alleged on behalf of Jamoa Tlgho that Richard Tighe, tho testator, had a half-brother liw named Hicliard Tlghc, and that James Tlgho descends from him. Tho alleged half brother Illchard Is declared to havo been a son of Robert Tlgho tho elder, who was tho father of the testator. Tho proponents and tho Irish heirs contestant demand that it bo shown who the mother of tho alleged half-brother ltlchnrd was, but this Mr. Gardner has not condescended teihoff. It Is upon this point that a new and Interest lug question has arisen, which may lead to somo curious Ae clopments. It is allczcd by those op posed to the participation of James Tighe in tho contest of tho will that Robert Tigho the elder cierclwd freely certain sclgnorial rights that are sold to have survived to tho early part of this century In county Arklow, Ireland: but that while ho had a number of lllcgltlmnto children, they were no holrs of his. Of throo born to him and his wives in wedlock one was a daughter. who died oung. Tho others woro Robert known as ltobort the younger, or Robert second and Ktchard. the testator. Edward II. Vocriin. counsel for tho Irish heirs contestant children of tho brother and sisters of the testa tor's mother has an ntlldavit from ono of his clients. HosettaFcathcrstonchaugh, In which she deposes that Robert second and lllclmni wcro the only legitimate tons of tho elder Robert Tlfhe. but that it was a matter of common ro- , Sotc in the family that Robert the elder was e father of a number of illegitimate children. . Jlr. Jlocran has an affidavit from Richard Etnddcrt Kvcics, which says that Major Robert - TUthe. or Robert the elder, was twice married. His first wlfo was Esther Wade, by whom ho had a daughter who was drowned when sho was I years old. Ills second wife was Cbnrlotto Feathcrstonchaugh, by whom ho had tho two I na, Hobert second and Illchard. Robert second was born in 1800, was twice married, and dint without Issue in 1881. Sir David Roche, Dep uty Lieutenant, county Limerick, Ireland, eays b an attldai it thai he knew Robert second well, and that Robert never bad any brother or half brother other than Richard, the testator. It is ranted out that it would bo a most unlikely thing lor two suns of tho same fattier both to bo tamed Richard, unless one w as of sinister birth. Robert Tighe tho elder died in 18i!7. Mr.Moentn's investigations ot tho family tree hare shown, bo sajs, that there never was a cUdra that Major Robert Tighe had been mar ried except to Miss Wade and Miss Feather ' itonehaugh. The first wife got a divorce from him. .--he had to go to Parliament tor it. The Tighcs lled in Wcatmeath. They are spoken ot as tho Tighea ot South Hill, and the family appear for centuries in Burke's " Landed Sentry of Ireland." T. .1. HAfESIErElt'S EVXEBAL. Mi Rrtialeia Jliu Celebrates! at 81. aat" rlck Cathedral. In accordance with his wish expressed Just before he died the funeral services of Theodore A. liavtincyer'were held yesterday morning at Bt. 1'atrick's'CathedraL It was a request of tho family that no floral tributes bo sent. There were, however, an Immense pillar of roses sent by the employees of the refineries and a cross, also of roses, fully six feet high, sent by tho nice employees. Water lilies Interwoven with Balms were hanked around the pulpit, and a largo urealh of violets, which was sent by tho family, rested against tho catafalque Archbishop Corrlgcn officiated. Solemn requiem moss was sung by the Iter. Sylvester llalonoo! Ilfooklyn, assisted by the Rev. W. II. Italy as deacon and tbo Iter. I II. McMahon as lubdeacon. No sermon was delivered. Oonnd sol's cherubim reoulem and fJounod's Sanctus wero rendered by the cathedral double quartut and the boy cbofr of eighty voices. The hymns, "Nearer. My God, to Thee." and " Lead. Kindly light," were sung at the request of the family, i A row of ninety-two pews, on each sldo of tho Diddle aisle of the cathedral, was reserved for the members of the family, business associates, , and Intimate friends of Mr. Havcmeycr. Thirty I of these pews were occupied by ono hundred employees of the Wall street office. KLEVEX TEA Its A EUQITirE. Bakker linker B. A. Smith Cone Back low and Plrada .ot Utility or Then. Henry A. Smith, a fugitive from justice for a little over deven years, walked into the District Attorney's office yesterday and gave himself up. Ilc-as formerly a rubber broker here. In 1866, J alleged, he appropriated to his own use a check for SiO.Wxi sent to him by the Ronton R Belting Company to pay for rubber shipped to the company by Robert Soltau of this city. He arrested. Jumped his bail, and fled to Can- lears passed and his case was forgotten. A rew days ago he sent word of his intention to surrender. He nlciiled not guilty yesterday and gaieSl.oOO bail. LIFE HEXTESCE IX AVBUBX. licit or Inn Trial ot floid Myers far tka Hilling or Tiro Men. BtlTAto. April 29. To tho Auburn atata Prison for the remainder of his llfo was the sen tence Imposed on Floyd Myers by Judge Nash a't Corning to-day. The crime of which Myers waa eonrlrted was tho killing of William Harrington and William Allen. The case has been on trial jorsereral days, and went to the Jury at noon Ths murder was committed on the evening of "May before Inst Christmas. It was tho re-tw.-. quarfcl. growing out of tho alleged theft of a lap robo by Myers. Omell Graduates to Take Charce r China's Model Warm. THiCA, April 20,-1'resldont Schurman baa fecomraended to his Excellency Chang Chi "or. Viceroy of Hu Kwang, China, Mr. G, D. frtlULS.. In agriculture '88, of I'atchogue, , to take charge of model farm at nH.c.l!nK,J,ll0,l'crt'Kal capital. The letter re r.klj F "U." recommendation was recently pub ffiJL,n T,,E av- 'I requested l'resldont n S.K11" lo recommend a Cornell professor or gianate tu undertake tho work at a salary of loSTi T ""!. It being tho intention to atfl. a? "Fleoltural school in China If pos-S?t- ilr. Ilrlll has had several years of prac "ai eiperlcnco in farming, and is now a grudu Motudent in the university. la Murdrrer Klpplo Inaanet Stw HaE.s, Conn., Anril i!U,-Counsel for honi&s K, ICIpplo of this city, sentenced at tho "t term kcbslon of tho Superior Court to bo ed on July r. for wlfo murder, to-day an coJm f l '.tHt "'0 PIal from the decision of the BniiJ iu Ib, Hunrcine Court of Errors of this S, Uai ll'cen withdrawn. It was further an anr.i "',ut a" attempt would bo made to Kr?..,,le h'tervcntlon of tho 8tato Hoard of "na at ouco. Klpple says ho is insane. EEOEEAXT TnOXAS XAIIBR. Braorta Rts Rmeelhrart to Keek Death ana Is SJerKInK Mini. MonntSTOWN, N. J April 20. Thomas H. Mohor was to havo married Miss Koto Irendcr gnst yesterday morning in tho Roman Cathollo Church ot tho Assumption, but Instead he has run away from tho town and sent word to his prospective bride that ho meant to end his life. Mahor camo to Morristown two years ago from StaaUbunr-on-the-Hudson. Maher was coachman for Fellr Samson, a Now Yorker, who lives on South street. Ho Is 23 yoars old, tall, am: liaudiChic. Miss frondergast Is also fln.-i looking. She owns a dressmaking establishment. Tho wedding was set for April 28. tho date, an nounced, and every preparation mado for tho event. Ho called to soo her Friday ovcnlng and seemed Just as fond as usual. On Saturday afternoon Mahor recclvod a letter, postmnriced In Now York city, and Its contents disturbed him greatly. He hurriedly changed his clothes and took tho first train for New York city. Miss 1'rendcrgast was out of town on Sunday, but sho rstutnod on Monday and Maher was oxncctvd that night. Ho didn't come. Late on Tuesday evontnir Miss Prondergaat roccived this lettor. dated Now York city. April 20, postmarked ot 12 l M..nnd scribbled on a piece of brown wrapping paper: . "Heau Kate: Ily tho time you receive this lettor my body will bo floating In tho East River, and Ood nlono knows where my soul will be. I would only bring disgrace to you, vour family, and mine forever if I married you, I lovo you Just as much ns ever. Good-by. Hoping to meet you in hoavon, I remain jours forever, , "T. II. MAHKn." This morning Miss Prcndcrgast loft home for Now York to search for her lover. Sho doesn't bellevo he is dead. Sho thinks ho Is in soma serious trouble and hopes to rescue him. Friends havo nttomptod In vain to persuade her that her sweetheart waa a married man. EOUXD UEIt STOLEX SOX. Alter Seventeen Years Mrs. Behlman Learns the Whereabouts or ller Kidnapped Dot. Manchester, N. H April 29. Mrs. William II. Ilchlman of S8 Spring street, this city, has found her son, who was kidnapped on Christmas Day, 18S0. In 1878 tho woman, who is now Mrs. Ilchlman, was married to Luther F. Dan fort h. They removed from hero to Woburn, Mnss., whore domestic troubles began, and lato In 1871) Mrs. Dnnforth, who had returned to this city, tiled a libel for divorce. A child was born to her, and on Dec 2.r, 180. tho child then being 2-j years of age, threo men entered her home and stolo tho child. Ono of the men was her husband, from whom she wns seeking di orce. Tho men drovooff with thu child in a northern direction, and although every effort was mado by tho imlico they w ero not overtaken. It has slnco been learned that tho boy was placed in care of Charles Sandfortl of Mchol villc, N. Y., a farmer in good circumstances, who gavohlm nn excellent home. A Mr. Goodell ot Nlcholvillc, n relative of tho Sandfords, mani fested a great liking for tho boy. and on his death left him a legacy. It was whllo endeavor ing to carry out tho provisions of Mr. Goodcll's will, it being necessary to establish the parent age of the boy. that a clue was obtained as to tho whereabouts ot tho mother. Sbo had marriod a second tlnio, and wns found in this city. Tho mother has Just returned from a visit to her son. a student at the Potsdam, X. Y academy. Young Dnnforth will remain in school, but will como lo his mother during the vncatlon season. oot Jiuitar.Aits axi pluxieb. Btaten Island rollee Capture Two Men Who Uad Juot Bobbed a llonae. The Staten Island police captured two burg lars yesterday morning as they were making lhair way to the New York ferry with plunder from a house whl-h they had Just robbed. Pa trolmen Smith and Mauler were out in citizens Jlothluc on the lookout for burglar, and short ly before 2 A. M they overhauled two youog Germans on Richmond terrace near Lafayette avenue. The men said they bad been employed as waiters at an entertainment and wero on their war to New York. Their pockets were well filled and one man carried a small satchel. The police found that the satchel contained il verwa.ro and then llier placed tho men under arreaU The men said they were Charles Schneider and William Manken of tho Howery. New York. In their possession were foam! ajout S-00 worth of silverware and bric-a-brac, a number ot pawn tickets, and some letters ad dressed to Darld Wilcox of Staten Island, whose house was robbed on Tuesday night. From tin initials on (be silverware the police found that it belonged to David W. Gould, a 1 New York broker, on Bard avenue. Livingston. The Dollro found the Gould family all asleep and unaware of the visit ot the burglars. The burglars confessed that ther had roblied tho reallence of Mr. Wilcox on Tuesday night, when about SHOO worth ot silverware was stolen. DOESX'T KXOW vruo HE is. Thinks Hla Name Is Uaurman, but Is Set Rare lias Amaesla. There Is a patient In Bel'evue nospl'jil who thinks his name is Charles Ernest Kaufman, but is not sure- He is suffering from amnesia, or loss of memorr. He was found at the hos pital gate nn March -.r In a state ot collapse, 1 ith nothincabout blm to Indicate his Identity. He was at first put In the alcoholic ward, and later In the Insane pavilion. Ue dimly remrmoers having once delivered gonds for a grocer whose name he does not 'recollect. Ho remembers nothing after taxing t tils usual morning drink beore starting to , work on March !i until he found himself in the alcoholic ward the day after his admission to Ilellevne. He says he was lxrn In Bremen fortr-elzht jenrs ago, and that he served In the German army In the Franco-German war. Ho has grown-up children, beta), and bo wonders they haven't looked him up. OUAEItl COXriCTED OF SIUnDEB. Ha Killed Bis Wire at Iloond Brook, St. I., Last Winter. PtAtxrtELD, N. J., April 20. Joseph Chalbl was found guilty of murder in the first degree to-day in the Somerset County Court for killing his wifo lust winter at Hound Brook. Tho jury was out twenty-four hours before it could agree. Tho tri il lasted threo days. Judgo Jlaglo will sentence Chalbl at a later date. This Is tho fourth conrictcd murderer who Is now lodgod In the Somerset county Jail. XIIBEE HOY IIVItOLAItS XABBED. The Leader, ,ed O, forced Bis Younger Pals by Blows to Do Ilia Will. Nine-year-old Eddie Brown of 481 Pearl street forced eight-year-old Tim Bulllvun, who lives next door, and six-year-old Peter Repusby of 34 City Hall placoby much pummelling to enter the wine house of A. Ilabenllcht & Co. at 102 Church street through tho cellar grating last evening, Whllo they wero passing up lmttlcs to him, a detective camo along and nabbed all three. Ulttl Accepted by the Mayor. The,Mayor has accepted tho following bills: Authorizing the Board of Katlmate to examine the claim of Mary K. Ward, aurrlTlng partnar of the firm of Warreo. Ward ft Co., for extra work done on the enlargement and equipment of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. rutting on salary the Jury notice servers la the offlee of the Commissioner of Jurors. Creating a notification bureau In the Flnanoe De partment by providing for the appointment of three additional clerxa. I'ermlttlngthe Iloman Cathollo Orphan Asylum to aril Its property at Kitty-flint and Flfty-tecond streets and Klftli avenue, ... I Autboiiilng the Lisue of bonds for tho laying out of the new tootoiilcal garden In lironi I'ark. Exempting Ht. Luke'a M. K. Church from the pay ment of water tax on properly leased by It. Mayor Wuraler and Brooklyn Bills. Mayor Wurster of Brooklyn had little encour agement to give a delegation of Coney Islanders who called upon him yesterday and urged him to approve, tho bill for the extension of Hurt , avenue from West Brighton to the Oriental Ho tel, and be will probably veto it. He promised to approve tbo bill for a bond Issue of $1,500,000 , for the Improvement of tho Now Utrecht terri tory, provided Hint no money would be asked until the close of the year, I I the Prince of Wales I orders w Johann HofPs Malt Extract ijc Adergeldie Castle, Aderdeenshirb. 5K if? Mr. Newman, Agent for Johann Hoffs Malt Extract. 3K JJ? London, E. C. K fi Please supply three dozen H0FFS HALT EXTRACT, on Mf h account of H. R. H., Prince of Wales. J. CROSS. SJff Iv By Goods Train to Abergeldlo, Ballater, Aberdeenshire. Wiy rjj BEWARE OF IMITATIONS W f.lS Tho esnulaa JOHANN HpM's Malt Extract makes Flesh and Blood. Ono Vf k doten bottles of the genuine JOHANN Hoffs Malt Extract will tiva mora yjj vTv strength, and contains more nutritive elements, thsn one cask of ale or porter, j fl without being intoxicating. ff fca. EISN'KR & MHNDELSON CO., Sole Acents, New York. j.lja 3IVBFUX EOUXD SOME " EBIEXBS." One of Then Waa lue Vail Pollc aava Slnrphy. Dennis Murphy arrived in this city yesterday from Ireland on tho steamer Majestic. Ho put up at a West street hotel, and then started out to sec tho town. Ho walked to tho bridge, and as he started to walk across ho was accosted by an elderly man w ho woro n gray pointed beard. " Vou'ro a stranger In tho city, aren't you I" said he. "I am, indeed," answered Murphy, "and It's a big city to be a stranger In. I came from Ire land yesterday, and I'm going to work for a farmer." Whilo they walked along and Murphy con tinued his confidences to his new-found friend, another man came up and was introduced. Ab tho trio entorcd the hallway at M4 Orango street. Hrooklyn. they were spotted by l'ollco Sergeant Edward Toole and Policeman James Mansellof tho First precinct. Ther could not explain what they were going to do in tho hall way and wcro arrested. At the station house, several Confederate notes wore found in tho pockets of the man with the pointed beard; along with a check for $330 drawn on the Commercial Hank of this city. Murphy's friends were taken before Chief De tective Reynolds and he promptly recognized them as Ike Vail, a well-known confidence man. and Edward Boyle, alios "Little Teddy." n short change man. Vail gavo his age as ti'J years nnd said he lived at 24 West Twenty-fourth street. Hoylo claims to live at 103 East Twenty-third street. Both were held by Justice Walsh yester day afternoon to awuit the action ot the Grand Jury. JIBS. MVLFOItD WAXTS ALIMOXY. A Daughter or Samuel H. Everett Says Her Ilnsband Abnaed ller. Application waa made beforo Justice Maddox, In tho Supremo Court In Hrooklyn, yesterday for counsel feo and alimony in the suit for u separation brought by Ida Mulfonl against Charles L. Mulford. Tho plaintiff is a daughter of ex-Assemblyman Samuel H. Everett, the well-known restaurant keeper. The couplo were married eleven years ago, and Mrs. Mul fonl says her husband abandoned hor five years ugo. She says ho is o member of the II rm of Charles Mulford Ic Co., ico dealers of Washing ton Market, who are rated as worth from $75,000 to f I2S.OOO. Mrs. Mulford alleges that her husband tieat nnd kicked her and subjected her to other Indignities. Mr. Mulford alleges that his wlfo abandoned him and went to lle with her parents. Ho says ho is not a member of the llrm and earns only $15 a weok, hut that ho was ready at any time to provide a homo for his wife and two children In this city. Decision was reserved. cnixATorrx "i.abeqow" kizzed. He rellrrant a Boor In Pell Street After Oolng on an Brrand. Thomas Qulnn, who was what is known in Chinatown as a "labcgow," fell off the roof at 0 Pell stroet yesterday morning and was killed. The word Iabcrow, which is said to bo Chinese, means u messenger. Qulnn usod to run errands for the peoplo who composo Chinatown. Ho went on an errand Wednesday night for ono of tho women who Hvo at 0 l'ell street, and when ho returned ho said ho was going on tho roof to sleep. That was tho last seen of him un til bis body was found tu tho yard. A SirALLPOX CASE IX BBOOKZTX. The Vletlnt nappoed to Uave Contracted the Disease In This City. John C. Vaughan, a carpenter, 45 years old, was found to be suffering from smallpox yester day, and was removed from his homo in Fifth avenue, near Fifty-sixth street, Hrooklyn, to tho Contagious Diseases Hospital In Kingston ave nue. All tho other occupants of tho Iioubo were vaccinated and tho premises were quarantined. Vnughan was employed on tho now Hank of Commerco building in this city, and is supposed to havo contracted thu diseaso from an Italian laborer. This is tho llrst cane of smallpox dis covered In Hrooklyn slnco February, 18UU. The Yankee Doodle Plans Burned. Pini.ADKl.rnu, Pa., April 21). The building occupied as thooQIcoof Mcllrido Brothers, coal dealers at Schuylkill avenue and Ilainbrldge street, was entirely destroyod by llro lato yes terday afternoon, which also consumod a num ber of vnluable papers, among which were the plans of tbo sneedy launch Yankee Doodle. This Inn rich wcro burned somo years ago while on a cruise In Southern wators, and was rebuilt no rording to the plans. The second launch wns considered to be luster than tho first. Not more than ono year ago sho was burned. Cleveland (in to Cray Uablra to Flab. Qiikkxwicii, Conn., April '-"J. K. C. Benedict's yacht Oneida loft hero ford ray (lablcs this noon, having on board cx-Prcsldcnt Cleveland, ex Secretary Carlisle, ox-Postmastcr-Ooncral Wil son, nnd Hanker BcnodlcU Arriving at tho President's summer house the party will mako a brief stop, and then start on a fishing cruiso i along the Massachusetts coast and in the neigh- I borhood of Block Island, rroJiAX kxocks ovt xtro cors. It Took tire to Pot the Nli-Poot Anana In a Patrol Wag-on. A woman about six feot tall called at tho houso of Alonzo A. Jones at 702 Third avenuo on Wed nesday night, and said sho wonted her husband, Frank Jones. Mr. Jones ordered tho woman away, saying his son Frank had no wife. Tho woman gavo tho old man a cuff on the car that knocked him down. He shouted for the police. and Policeman Charles McLaughlin responded and tried to arrest tho woman. Sho picked him up nnd tossed him into the street. Ho got up dazed, and whistled for help. Policeman Loonnn camo along, and the two advanced on tho woman nnd tried to sclzo her. They don't know just how it happened, but a moment later both wore sprawling on tiro side walk nnd tho woman stood looking down at them. They again tried to arrest her without using too much force, and again they wero knocked down. They decided they had enough, nnd sent for a patrol wagon and three more policemen. This squad got tho woman to the station house after some trouble. In tbo Yorkvlllo Police Court yesterday sho was fined $lu for Intoxication. She said sho lived on Staten Island, but would not toll In w hut part. Sho gave her name as Mrs. E. P. Jones and paid her tine. PEEKA3I00SE E IS II I SO CLUB SOLD. ! Than Sll.ooo Paid tor the lister County Property and Privileges. Tho famoua Pccknmooso Fishing Club, located In Ulster county, near Itonduut, over which property its members havo been in litigation for tho last three years, was sold at auction yester day for $10,HOU. An additional $U5 was paid for tho kitchen utensils and other paraphernalia in tho clubhouse. William Kennelly was the auc tioneer nnd tho bidding was rather spirited. Tho property consists ot eighty acres of laud, a clubhouso with furnishings and five leases, granting tbo right to fish in Itondout Creek, Burkctt's streams, and other bodies of water in the town of Denning. Frank E. Slmoson of Boston and a representative of J. Q. A. Ward wcro the rival bidders and lifted the bidding rronifclOO, on which Mr. Simpson started it, to tbo linn! sum paid, nt which figure Mr, Simpson won. Tho original cost of tho property a few years ago was only $500. CLOCK OAVE A EIBE ALAItll. The noaae Waa Burning When It Went OIT Ocrnpaata Take to the Vtre Esrapea. An alarm clock scrvod as an impromptu flro alarm at ISO East Fifty-sixth street yesterday morning. It was set to wako up Hubert Mc Laughlin, n street car conductor, who lives on the third floor and has to turn out early. When it aroused McLaughlin tho houso was full of smnko nnd It wns no longer posslblo to get down to tho door. A fire had started in tho basement and had reached half way to the roof by that time. The McLaughlins, and, on tho floor below, tho O'Connors. Including womon, children, and boarders, had to take to tbo fire escapes. The tlremcn found Mrs, O'Connor still clinging to tho Iron ladder and took her down. Then thoy put out tho fire. The dnmage was $1.5O0. A small tiro In tho tenement at 170 Dhision street frightened fourteen families half out of their wits. They ran for their lives. No one wus hurt. Damugo$100, COWPERTHWAIT'S ICcliuble HclPL-t now while "low Darpt'l8. turirr" prices laat. IVOXU CHEIllT. lot West lth Street. tit ci SSoartt. Baal Sldo. TEXIN'OTOX AV nan. Large, handsomely far 1 nUheu back parlor, alio other pleasant large rooms, with excellent board optional! cable paulng the door; near L nation; reference. IKXINOTOSAV., K't. Kliie rooma; excellent Jlfoant; location convenient; terma moderate; ta ble board; transients accommodated. IEXIN0TOS AV., UH bJrue, neatly furnlabed front J and back parlor; slngleor double; board optional l references. 1 fiTI! HT., 84 K 8T. Warm, tinny, connecting 11 double, single rooms; excellent board; every convenience; moderate, MM SlaniKOX AV. Large connecting well furnished rooms, with ex rellent board; parlor dlulnj room; appointment aelect West sldo. 1 7TH RT., 84 VE8T. Second and third story front x. I rooms, with Ixjard; autmner rates; reference, 17TII HT .,"i! fTv tT KuraUhrTrooTiisTwIth board 4 refereuie; table boarders wanted. OOfi" 8T.. 4f7WKST. New "Knuland lady haa iO pleasant ujuare and hall rooma; bountiful tablet tranMrnla accommodated, Q7THTrrV48"Wb'r7 Neatly furnished rooms, with i excellent board optional; convenient to L and cable. QOI) HT., 4, 8n, AND 03 WEST, near Imperial. 0 Huprrlor hnune appointments; select, neatly fur nished rooms: all conveniences; bouse thorough! rep ovated; table board; reference. Under eminent scientific control. "An Ideal Purgative." JPractitioner. BEL--. - -!ft!!il.Mi f1ert Santo, ttnt Ride. AftlX ST.. 10a WEflT. between Broadway ssd flth It ar. Ilandfomely furnished parlor suite, suit abls for physloian or two bachelors; every con venience! other rooms; board. jfrt'tt Sonrd SrooMytt. ARltr.ANI) n.ACK, 18, near Fulton St. Superior board and room S Improvements! neat, clean. Inviting, central. BAIIcTSt., 187.-.Large square room, suitable for two, with excellent board; near ferry and bridge, COLUMBIA IIFK11ITB. 1 00. Handsome room with J all conveniences; desirable room overlooking bayi May 1 reference. I CLINTON ST., 170. Pleasant roflnuicheerfalhomai board equalled by few, excelled by none; reason I able! references. LIV1N(1t6n"' ST., OB. Large second-floor room, with excellent board I alao other roomai summer prices! reference. STATE ST., 1M, Large back room suitable for two, also other rooma. with excellent board; reference, CHP.rtMFKHOHN HT.. tno. Neatly furnished room with good board, convenient to brtdgo and fer- rles; summer prices. SCIIKHMKM10RN HT., 214 Desirable rooms with good board; convenient to all surface cars; also L station. S' TATK ST.. 1 1 B. Lanreand small neatly rurntshed rooms, with excellent twardi near bridge and ferry, i eg uratelui. Hooma &gpnttmtntjS to t East Side. LF.X1NOT0N AV., 1U. Handsomely furnished rooms, with every convenience; appointments select: cablo I asslng door; summer prleee; referonoe. KXIMJTON A7 811. Large andTmall neatly f ur J nlshed monist superior house; appolutmcuta se lect: hath: gentlemen preferred. LEXINtlfON AV HB Entfre iwloF floor and oth-r neatly furnished rooms; superior house, appoint ments seieeti reference. OQT1I ST., Ill KAHT.between Bth and Madison an. -0 Large front room, adjoining bath; also ball room; moderato; references. JOTlf ST., 848 AND 844 EAST.-Elegant rooms. Od (I, BO to .": gentlemen: respectable couples (housekeeping); transients ai-commodatedj fifiTIl"tT 13(1 KAT. To ietrnVcl-rgo rooma: all I Improvements; third floor; private houae. West Side. CHARLES ST., IS. Large alcove room; every con venience; bath same floor; private house; select nelghlsirhood : references. T niTH ST.. 37 WEST KfrsTclaM rooms, with good XV table; reasonable: references. OTirbT7.4iJ WEST.--Smair sulto In refined com- . fortablo house: gentlemen only; breakfast can lie served. 0-SThT Tl WEST NTi-HyTTlfnlshed square -wi. room; private house; all conveniences; near atatton. OI ST., 1 i" WEST. Large andamatl furnished . rooms: iiermanent or transient; Southerners ac commodated; reference. O 7 TiThtT.'bT WEST. Nicely furnlnhed rooms.double I or single; $'t up; near Broadway; gentleman. ODTH ST. 84 TOTSO WEST. l'MmanemTani. -ran-mOsIcm rooms. Including bath; hotel accommoda tions; gentlemen only; Everard baths; moderate prices. OQTH ST., It" WEST. choice rooms, genttemen Otf only: moderate price; references, "Tc-rH ST..T4S WEsTV-NealTy furnished rooma. hot iJ and cold water, electrlo light: appointments se lect; gentlemen. A 7TiTst7T f oTwkSt. Nicely furnished parlor floor. xi suit ble for physician: also entire second floor suite, alnffle or en suite; near Broadnuy; transient accommodation; reference, A 7TII ST.. 177 WEST. NeatlyTurnlshed rooms, sin 1 gle or en suite: superior house; appointments select : near Broadway. ef uralsbed Sooms tin Set SrooMgn. COLUMBIA HEK1HT8, 114, oppoelte Marguerite. Neatly furnished rooms, overlooking bay; near brldtt- and ferry; board optional. (iI.1NTONTT sea Neatly furnished rooms, with hot and culd water; excellent board opposite; summer prices. C1LINTOV RT 8U7. Large, neatly furnished room, t with all conveniences; excellent board oprodte; summer rrlces. C-OLUMbTa HEIGHTS. 4H Near Annex. Kultonfer- ry, and bridge: rooms, fit.83: view of bay. iTlNclsTON ST., till. Neatly" Turnlnhed rooms, j convenient tobrldgo udferrlea and Coney Island routes; moderate. STATE ST., Ills. Neatly furnished rooms; con venient to bridge and ferries; excellent board op posite; reference. ef laus and partmtntg go c?t Central Park Apartments. Madrid, l.renada, Barcelona. I.Ution, Sala manca, CordoTA, Tolosa. Central Hark South rStilh St. I, r.-tli St. end 7th Av. Compnnv odtee In bulldlnes. TITLE (IfAltANTEK AND Tltl'ST CO. ltd Broai!M.3ith hi. aud 7th ar. 8u:i West 103d St. noTII ht., ens W17IT. I rooms, ft). 7'JI HT.. IUU EMT, 4 room'. SIS, I.KXl.TO I41.1-H71.-3 rooms and luth. halls heated. Si! lot J I. loan NT., on WKVr. 0 rooms and bath, steam heat. tU.1to43. roLI'MUIH.tv,, NN3 Au stsjs, 3 rooms and Imth. steam hrat, '-'5 to :in. 1ISTII XT.. 113-1 IT WKST. 4 rooms and bath, heat, hot waier. tto. 190ISHT,, mil KlsT. Single flat, 8 rooms and baih, S87.B0 to .!(. 13TTII NT.. UTT-aTO WIST.-S rooms andbatn, steam heat. S88 to (85. I01TII ST.. Ilia-IKT nrxr. A rooma and bath, ateaiu heat, bot n ater, $80 to V8B. Apply to janitors on prendses or MACLAY DA VIES, 4 4 l'lnost. "THE FIFTH AVENUE, loal-as riVTII AV.. ror. H.lthst.; elegant apart ment, lu rooma and batb, second fliMir: great Induce ments otTercd. Apply W. O. UOBEItTS.Supt. 17I.EOANT light flats, Ave rooms and batb, near Xj Madltoa av., at nn to mi Eat 101st t., rrom17 to 980; alto ilx rcHiins anil bath, private halls, at H70 and U78 Wnl 187tb St., tit to $85; Jutt west of Ht. NUholaaav. FLATS ANlT"Ai"AIlTMKNTS. unfurnished, furnished. In desirable li-allona, rent $340 to $3,000. FUl.vnM IIIIOTHKHS. HU3 Bniadway, cor. lHth St. TAU(lEI.OOUS;only three T families In building"; islx rooms, ulih range and washtubs: In good or der; UH ami $118. See janitor, unit llth av lirnr A5th at., or J. EINIAIt LEA('llAT, 1B17 Broadway IEItOV ST., 38, near llleeelier. Single flat, four J large light rooma; all Improvements; low rent. STKt l.IjYni''KWRT.lllcirTO JIK I. 8li I and 8W3 West I48d St.; four rooms, hot android water. COLLIN II. WOODWAIll), ilUO West 143th at. QOIihT.. 8il West. holre decorated flata consist Omi Ing of 4 rooms and bath: reduced to 9'i'i and $85. Jaullor. QTTHRT.,7tl WEST. Free to May 13:4 rooms and Oi) batb: private balla; all conveniences; cheap rent; Janitor QQTH ST., B8 AND B4 EAST. Attractive flats 4 OO rooms, bsth, range, private hall, $10-118, and basement. $0, TAJ Til STTnT"WKST. Tanjn nnd small roomT I J vT newly ilworated; "L" station; siteelal aoeom niiMlatlon for (Irani 3iemorlal, near Tomb and Hirer side; references required. T 1 7TH HT..nt.Z7 IM, '"I EAST," near Madltnn ill ar, Itent free to June I ; flats B large, light rooms, nicely decorated; hot and cold water: halls and bathrooms heated; all in'ulern Improvements; new hoimcs; rents $80,00 lo $8J.OO; janitors. IOfTTH ST., 8 IH"EAST7 Apartments of three and wtJ four roomst all Hirht rooms: cheap rent, SimIUbb oiwfu ilo Xti City. 74 WE8T 36TH ST. A bright, four-story, high stoop house, with side Unlit; handsomely decorated; exposed plumbing. THOMAS A KI'KKItMOV, 113 WEST HUTU HT; KKIItAHLF. IlbUhES, furnished and unfurnished. In desirable locations: reut $1,800 to $0,000, TOLSOM HIKIT1IKKH.833 lroa.iway, lailist, 1IUVATE 1IWEIJ.INOH, ill) West IUth, 807 West llth; IB rooms each; rent moderate; good loca tion! pennlta. J.J, CAMPION. 51 Chambers st. $U!eHita IsOuitiJ o ifftt Sroohlan. EAirPBOHPtXtT I'AItK and elsewhere. BUBN HAM, OTIS BAHNETT, 338 Flatbush av, girtliiwn ouutji lo tt Countru. non BENT In the village of Port Cheater, ten mln X uteV walk from railway station, two collages! modern Improvements, lame gardens, frulliastablo attached to one of the cottages D. A. AMULElt. Port Chester. 1XJHT CllEHTKH. N. V. To rent at $U0U, a handsome bouse. In perfect order, one-half mile from village, desirably located! an acre or grounds beautifully shaded! cottage, ear. riago house, and stabling. Keys at owner's, ,151 Grace Church St., adjoining place, S TATKN ISLAND. To let. at West Brighton. colfsge, nine rooms, bathroom, tmprorementa; reut $37D cottage, seven rooms. Improvements! rent $840. A. B, MBKBERgAU. Port lllchmond. is&A MONTHLY. Ampls country bomsi 4B mln spttllatMOilt. 0VTHEB,'r(l,ITv7Utl, efurnlflhfrt Sougrg go &tt 8 EUIINISIIED HOUSES toletTHendU foTricturesnue Boonton. K. J. CA1IILI Boonton. N. J. ef umifiJifil $oit!Jr;5 to $et Country 'TO BENT. A deslratiln furnished cottage, near Illtl A hurst S bed rooms, bath, good barn. C. W. COOSWF.LL, Norfolk, Conn. So tt for Sujjinw Jutpoejs. r WHOLE loUSTAND TflRE' MB ter month. 40H 3d are., same block with Station F, ranch Post Office. j Apply at SOIt Lexington are., near 38d St. A BETWEEN BTH AV. AND BKOADWAV.-Store, SBxtiOi another. 88x1 17; entire hulldlngi plate glasa front! steam bested l new: manv other stores! ioscMlon, fHAS. s. PECK, 13 West 30th st. BUILDINGS, stores, lofts, omocs, and studlosTto let In des'rable locations. KOLHOM BltOTllEBS, Ht)3 Broadway, cor. 13th at. STABLES, shop, and lots; aSB South and'3117 Fronl communicating. MILES & HELFEB, IIU4 E. B'way. TO LOT. Lofts nt H Boweryi I) well-lighted rooms": gocsl stand for photographer; rent $3U per month! Immediate possession TIIOHNTON M. HODMAN, Heal Estate Agent, SO Fourth ar. rpwo LOFTS, steam heat and elevator: HTwIndows Xln each loft; atongsldeof eth av, ML' station; rent moderate. IPS West lath st. ST ST.. 803 EAST. A stable with 4 stalls and largo floor for buslncas purposes; reut $40. jStnl state or Salt ?onrj Stelantl. sTAGRlTroRsilor This pmpertv Is located high and dry, free from any swampland; If found otherwise after Investigation, money refunded; It Is beautifully located within about ono mltn of Centre Slorlehes, on Long Island, and will be sold on terms of $3 down, then $3 a month: see about this at once. Address VM. H M0FFITT. nil Liberty st.. N. Y. Oft ACHES, HOUSE. IIAUN, AND FBU1T ON LONB siU ISLAND. $000. U.S. HAOEUMAN, 108 FULTON HI .. NVV. CITY. 50fT OXE or n acres cleared land; orchard! Long W-O Is and. Call at ofllce. HAOEUMAN LAND CO.. 100 and 10S Fulton St., N. Y. lenl estate or alc Sroohlyn. INCOME PIIUI'ERTY Fight per cent. net. BUBN HAM. OTIS & BAHNETT, Heal Estate Brokers, 330 Flatbush av., Brooklyn. or .Sale or Eo glet Brooklyn. riMIUEE-STOHY (brick tiaaement) frame; newly dec Xorateil; all lmnrorements; flno hornet handy to elevated and trolleys: IB minutes from bridge, B minutes from ProsiH-ct Park. BUHNHAM, OTIS & BAHNETT, 33(1 Flatbush av. Ileal (Sjstate to (fixchanrje Sroohlyn. SOME VF.IIY OOOD THINOS. Imth city and country. BUHNHAM, OTIS IIAR.NETT, 330 Flatbush av, "WHO WANTS IT?-Cottage-Nutley, N. J.; tins It borne, modem. A rooms, bath, running water, electric light, all Improvements; sell or exchange for 22 story dwelling. Brooklyn. BUHNHAM, OTIS A BAHNETT, 330 Flatbush av. ov .Sale or Co Set Country. to i.kt, rcinmiED, RYE, N. T. Colonial frame homo. 80x4(1 ft.. 23 Urpo roomn; broad plaijravi furnfto, kitchen and pluinblntfln per fpet nl.rj ttoHllntf alley; b anion; atahlfr (ft horw). in Post RoasJ, I iiiilA from Harrison utation. Tho view from thr nouth plana 1 comldereil one of the finest alontc the Mound. Rent ry rrarorsrason from Iay 1. AdJreM riKIU.K JAY, 32 Xawau st., Xew York city. SAEATOGA SPRINGS. The most healthful climate In the world. Furulibed cottages for the season or year at low rentals. AU In formation ot LESTEK BftOTHElLS. SAHATOOA SPIUNUS. N. V. 150RS1HHED COTTAOlTto rent for summer months to small family. New Brighton, staten Island: giHK elevation; leassnt porehes; cnenleut to ferry. Owner, FBANK 11. MOFFATT, 5S Wall St., N. Y. gleal CiState .for Sale (Eitrj. "iltEAT BAIKJAINS In one, two, and three family U bouses, near elevated; small payment; balance easv terma; call Quickly. KANUHUl', 3d av. and lOUthst. TX)K SALV-Tremont. N. Y., one plot, east sldo An-S- thony av., between 176th st. andTremont av H2x 100: also six lots, east side Anthonv av., 1U1 fet south of llurnalde av. Apply to A. T. BUCKIIOUT, foot East 30th st. for Sale or 5To Eet Citij. rX LET, Tlii house 127 Waverly placr, InRoo-lor-X drr; tennMrn; IronitilUte jKwtofjtltin, rent.SOO; alo store anil dMelllne, I'M erley jilactr; oltl es talillsheil Kreucli Ixxit and nhOf More, and fashionable drcuuiuaklnt;! i floors a'KtTf : ilnht roouw; Ftort. S0t atiartmentn. 90. THORNTON M. UODM VN. Real Lstate Ageut, t0 Fourth ar. Wrjstrbrisitrr Co. groptrty fox .Salt. ACREAGE 'Vcftt(betcrcouuty;flne suburban home; property near clt), overlooking sound; fortfale; piicea and term rlrht to Immediate buyers, raltnu FAIUVIEW OWNERS, 121 Wwl 42dst..New Yorkcity. $tal (Dsiatc fot gifttltw 3&tt$ts HANDSOME HUILDINO 1XTS. lakewood, N. J 910, t'i down, same monthly; map sut. LEWIh, 22 Droatlvray. ""l'lI.IH.nr? IHHTUUTI Larfrelots, 975; termZ 92.50 monthly ; hleh ground . near hoiues. WEATHERIlY.ji?! ..roadway. t"lLL SELL "four hundrM and fifty feet of good tiulldlng lots In M out el air at a bargain. Inuuiro atnfTlrsn. !., Im.x iNilhun itffl$ or .Sale or So 5ft Jltu; grwry. DESIRAI1LE rurntshed cot I aires at Asbury I'ark, Uoal Dcaufa, and vicinity. LUts. MILAN ROSS, Asbury Park. N. J. 17LEVATIONron tT. FurnUhed hous. fl-nd" fo7 J I'lcturtH-iuu Uoonton. E.J. OAIIILL, Uoonton, N.J. "IJOOIIELLE 1'Alik. N. J. Forty minutes oufcm'.sT IV Y bus,uehanna and W. It. IL j commutation 93.. 10 monthly; two H-nwra bouses, all Improve inrntsj done to station; also restrlcied plots for sale; siev-clal Inducements to parties who will build at one?. JOHN G. IlECKER, 34 Watts st.. Uty. grat estate or .Salr 3frr$fy City. ii4 Q.CCi A?;i) tPWAUP:t:io cash, balance 925 ti7jjOvv monthly. Including Interest; r ho Ice of four handsome new houso. fifteen minutes from Pennsylvania ferry by trolley; location restricted; ntrfftt macadamized, sewered. Ac; six to nine rooms Isrftlde concreted cellar, bath, attic, large halls; ample closets, pri tty decorations, furnace, range, tubs, chandelier, mnntels, mirrors, Ac. CONDICT, 1 Montgomery st., Jersey City. ral (S.ctatc or $nt or ffixchannr, IX) It SALE or exchange, a good stock farm of 260 - acres; 1 M0 acre meadow and plough land, level, free from stone, uell watered; good house and banis, twonrchanli. and near two deputa. Addrea A., box 1A4 Hun ortlce. efor (Sale or Eo ct Connecticut. J?URN!KItKI COTTAOE. If looking for a quiet, - restful spot In which to ind the summer. Inquire about ten room cottage at Canaan. Conn. ( hours from New York, SAMUEL A EDDY. Heal estate -for .Sale. CV)H HAIX P.leten acrM, house, ten rooms, plenty J. fine fruit, new burns chicken house, hot bouse, artesian well, at boring Valley, Rockland Co., N. Y, Apply Dr. (ll'.O.W. MEYER, 02H-5a!0 Washington St., New York city. No agents, Ural Cjatate Jfor aU (California. CAI.IFllt.l Income ranches, choice city and sulmrlian residence proerty, aire tract, large colony tracts: no Irrtftstlun nuulred; mliilntf prnierty. hend ror catalogue, k, K. HL'.SCK. tOOR Brnadnay, (Akland, Cat. I - . gorgrg, (Sarriwnrg. &r. GHRSSTOPHIR'S rateut U g Hprayrr III reduce all Inflammation, take away soreness and atreugthen the horse's less. It Is recommended by all hur.emen and veterinary sur B jona I hat aee It used. If your harness dealer has uot got them, will he seut to any address on receipt of price, $t.60i former prloe, $3.00. We slso furnish tb.Huspender without the Sprayer when ths form.r vr.ars oat. fs fully protaetsd or paMnta, BoU snau, II. U. OUBltrTOf ttBJt sad H. attaaTrfVar'ttaakaaii'iili'iiii'is'ii niinrn ' Collt fjrs and rhooljj. t 3 1 ;'f. t ' ' lluslnem toHea-eaT""" r 't'X (jja I.T. (tradnates plaeeili Metropolitan School I faaa. -' , : j at 1'ltman shorthand; prl at. lesson, at class rates. V i 5 m lDUOthav. I .11 lk lluslnew. t'olleges, a ' V PBATT l-TITITK-nepaHment or rommer-a j i Is iintv llerrle Mchool or CnmmrreN II jl Bookkeeping, penmanship, stenonrsphy, lypewrl. J ' ",j Ing, languages, Ac, day and eveuliiit. lit gin any time. J ei 4 SHUByerson St., Brooklyn, adjoining Pratt Institute. I fit tMITATl"!ntructlin (sH'elalty),alsomandnlla! '- ft ,S I Ahlllly, houfsty, ahdressonaMe terms: references. . I TVIIUKI.I,, 'J0U l'ji.t lUthst. "ij ,'J y - fj jn .Mnvins: Arnileiniea. a V t MISS MUGABE'S if Dancing hchool, 1 East l'tbst., near Broadway; ptv ' f ' vate and class lessons dallyi tegliiiiers any time. , ft ft a or M gEr&dlitfl Slotfts anrt lrjstauram. -.' j,-;' " Ill'lll'ia IIIITKI.. French table rt'hole. 't I , ail WIST KTTH ST., NEAK IlllOAIIWAY. ,i t ;4fflr f.unch, -IU cts. Dinner, DO cu., with wo. rnr t B nlshed rocri. t ' !& IlilTRt. . TWII.I.KIt. Iarngtonav. and 80t-t i M st.-Large and small neatly furnished rooms, hot and t 1 yi cold water, also electric and gaslight In eery roomi 1 TJ . ; cable passing door; rooms from $1 er week upi 1 u , pleasant suits for family; meals optional. 1 f' KIIE1) BAAH, Proprietor. E. HTIIl'fK. Manager. i J HOTItl.Sl tilTV, French table d'hote, j I 4? Tet Ullh si. Poncert ecry evening. n '. I LUNCH, 40e. DIN.Sr.lt, BOc. . Jj I ', Wine and coffee Included; service a la carte at all SB i 1 hours: moderato prlivs. Itooras hy day or week. vj L V'P iElTl)iiAaoy INK, l"47 West SM st.-Kurnlshed W 'A -ii room.: meals a la carte; table d'hote, noc. wlta '5f 1 n wine, n until v. OHAUNCEY JACOBS, Proprietor. jgi 3 ,U " ptdlrat. -M OLDntt. liltlVIII.K. nlUDUATE'tfMVKRSTrr , ' Iff , OK THE CITY OK NEW YOHK, MEDICAL DEI'AIITV -; J! 1 MENTt UA tears nsiKHallst IndlsL'niH'Sof men. Un- i", w t4 der OLD DH. tlBINDLE'H sclentino treatment blood ij JS and skltidlsiases, pains In tiones.red spols.sorethroat i ,Vt - " and mouth, ulcers, jalutul swellings, kidney anil i M ail ile r complaints, scalding Inflammation, gravel, M undeveloiietl organs, weak tiack. lost vitality, are u iS) 4, stieedlly, thoroughly atid ermauently cured. Ilea i '8 ' aliout to marry slmuld consult OLD lilt. tllUNDLE. t yj. Eery Impediment renmiiMl. Hufferers,dn not waste 4 v r time vl.ltlug less skilful phlstclami. Bememlier, OLD ' M Dll. OltlNDU: never falis. OFFICE OVEH IB YEAIIS j at 171 Went llfth st.. Iietwin llth nnd "111 as. Ad n .3 Mco free. Jdiillrlno $1. Hours U to u. Bundays,Dto a U tt. No chargo unless cured. M Pe OLD llll. SJIIIIV, S jeiTrs aTspeelallat In die- f , Jt ease or men mils, quickest ttermanent cure gnar Jf . ji anteed In all dl. eases or money ref iiudeil. Blood ikiI i r son, skin disease, kidney and liladdcr trouble, weak k , If ness, nervons debility, errors of youth, bad dreamy K s7 ! weak, undeteloisst orRan, ImiK-dlments to marriage. $ t Ac. iu wise, consult the only old specialist In this K $ city. Office over JIB j ears nt 120 East 17th st., near f ft I Union squsre. Hours u to H: bundats 0 toil. Helen J? title treatment and advice free. Medicine only BOc. il ; V - r 'a. .-A.-ii'ifKiT'i,Kiifi..'iKT-ci;nn 'j? In diseases of men; dangeroua cases solicited: relief h . 'J at once; those desirlnr only tlrst-class aclentlflo , .T y, I treatment should call. Tho leading socialist, llr. :.. & "1 BONSCHUB. m West 2ild St.; u to a, U to B. Bun- i A days. 10 lo E. fet "TJ j A DitTcONllA"b,8"8ANITABIUM. 117 West 47th -fe M -( at. (formerly 34th St.). Telephone 004 38tb st. K 9 Consultations. V to a. pi H ' M 4. mi. BLiNNTl77Ve.t 47th st., near Broadwavi ' t? $, ' Vl'.feniJoattendant;e5nsultatlonU-H.Tel.8Ut)89tl j 0 i m Julillc Bottcr i . M pOST OFFICE NOTICE. "'"''"''' ) ( l i (Should lie read DAILY by all Interested as ehmnata ' 'M -"M may occur at any tlme. K jV .Ti Foreign malls for the week ending Hay 1. 1897, will M 'U close (I'HOMITLY la all casesi at the Ueneral Post It A Office as follows: i?l f, IB TKANSATLANTIC MAILS. f W fli SATCBDAY At 7 A. St. for FRANCE, SWTTZEIV K J? IAND. ITALY, SPAIN, POKTUUAL. TUBKET. IS , EOYHT and BRITISH INDIA, per steamship La JJJ S tM Oascogne, via Havre rletters for other parta of fj) Jti HJ Europe must le dln-ctel "ier Iji OaM-ogno");a ?J3 OT h A.M. for NETHKKLANDb dln"t, per steamship Yf, S Vendam. ila llottenlam (letters must tie di J . V Hi reeled "per Veendnm"; at Hi A.M. for bCOT- di ft ' LAND direct, per steaimdilp ClrcnsHla. s la (lias It :' '4H gov, (letters inunt Is dlretleil "iter Clrcassla") 111 &,y fill at la.M. isupplementary lt.llll. M ) for LUltOPG. - . ) per steamship Umbrla. la Queenstowu. f i rijl I H PRINTED MATTER. c Terman steamers sailing oa y.V .?,' IH Tuesdays take Printed Matter. Ac . for Germany, ftg Ai H and heclally Addresned Printed Matter. &c for Cl & aSH other parts of Eurojie. American and White Star tM kHJ steamers on Wednesday. German steamers oa (sj j M4H Tburstla)s. ami Cunant. French, and Uermaa i jy. SfiH stiaiuen on Saturdas take Printed Matter, Ac Vl 33 f for all louutrles for which they are advertised to -oW llsl carry mail. Q A: After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantts : a4 iMH Malls named above additional suiiplementary - V. Hl5 V malls are oiened on the piers of the American, Sj, "Hi M Lngll.h. French, and (lermau .teamers, and ra ft $i H main open until within Ten Mlnates of the hoar Kirvi rVJ of sailing of steamer. i Vj ' MAILS FOB bOLTII AND CENTRAL AMERI0A, .h Ml WEbT INDIES. Ac. U Jy M FRIDAY. At 8 A. M. for BERMUDA, per steamship .CW I'M Tr.nldadiat HI A.M. fauppleinentars 11 A. M.) for ft S. CENTRAL AMERICA (except Coata Rica) and M 'gf P bOL'TIl PACIFIC POUTNiier steamship Finance, eiliJ-S isal via Colon (letters for Guatemala muit be directed K"J 'rB "perFInano-"): at 11 A. M. (supplementary 11:30 M JS ,VI A. M.) for ST THOMAS anil ST. CROIX, via bU V ' !'jM Tliomas. also Maracallvo. jier steanihtp Curacao. &k ''al SATCUDAY At rt A. M. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES Sfl ijfi ;SM direct, jier 1eani4blp Masketiiie: at 10 A. M. tl rl VUS sutiilemcutnrv lll:ao A. M.i for lORTUNB ii .' 'i IM.AND. JAMAICA, b.VVANILLA. and GREY .ft ' TOWN. ier steamship Adirondack (letters for W ?M xM Co-tlRIca must be directed "ier Adlnmdack"); Cii iM rial at Hi A.M. (supiilementarr 10:Hii A. M.) for CAPS t'A'll 1 HAITI, GONAIVEs. PETIT (JOAVE. CARTIIA l-S Q i (iENA. and SANTA MARTIIA. iht cleamshlp Hoi- t?5 Ji l, stela, at 10:3(1 A. M. for CAMPK'IIE. CHIAPAS, Vj j4 TAIW-CO, ami YUCATAN. p"r steamship Yumurl gj W ) (letters for other jiarts ot Mexico and forCuba yl Y il must Is' illnn-t'! "ir Yumuii"i, at 1 P. M, for ls'-af f SANTIAGO DE CUBA. ler Ftenm.hlp Mcxloo U J (letters for Yeuezuela anil Colonibla must tie dt u V? isi recte.1 "per Mexico" : at .ill 1. M. for .ST. a 1 ?l PIERRE-MItiUELON.is-r steamer from Halifax. Yt' f.U Malls ror Nefoundlanil by rail to Halifax, and thnoa v Vj vfll liy.leaiurr, close at this oftlci' dall lit S:!!(l P. X. Cj T i Malls for Mlt-ucloti. by rll to Boston and thenoe vl ft bv steamer, clo-e at this ofllie dally st S..10 P. M. 1 "i? 1M Malls ror cutiarliM" at this oITlce dally at 7:00 A. i',l jj , IH M.. for foruanltng by steumers sailing iMonday, r . I nnd Thursdays from Port Tampa, r la. 3Inll. for if" tf 1 Mexico Clly, oierland. unp'its .oit'lally addreased 24 x (H or dispatch tiy steamer, close at this ofllce dally Al -i tlH at V::iu A. M and -.'-an P M. Ilte.-Utorrd maU :i f.i tlosesat B.ODI'. M. previous day. ', ' i I TRANS-PACIFIC 3IAILS. ') ' 'JM Malls for China, Japan, and Han all, per steamship ? n Vk Doric (from San Franclscol. che here dally I: S fH up to Mil) .' nt 11:30 P M. Malls for Alls- y. ., .Vfl tralla (rxce;it West Auttrullal. Hawaii and HI I Vi Si 'l' l.lauds (.jclaUv addressed onl), mt steamship v Q n Mlun era (f nun YancouierJ, close here dally after I? nt ImH April l-'t and up to May 1 at ll:3ll 1' M. Malls .(? .,15 H for China and Japan isiclnlly addressed only). ti iH sr steanislilii Klupn'ssof China (from Vancouverl, j rJ K close here dally up to Ma M at 11:30 P. M. -1 , ) Malls for llanall. sr staiushlp Australia tJ jM jl (from tan Frnclscoi. close here dally up A il IlmI to May I'.1 at o:.!l P M Molls for 9S ti China and Japaiu per stealinhlp olympta (from vj 'ft H Tucomu i. close ticru dally up to Ms) tlB at 0:30 il tl? " P. M Mslls for Australia (except tlio.e for West Si V" Australia. Hhlch are forwarded via Europe), New rvfj4; Li Zealand. Han all. FIJI and sinuosii Inlands, er '( JV eteamsblp Alsmeila (from Sen Frauclscoi. do. H Hi i heredAlt.i unto May .'.'. ul 7. .10 A 51., II A.M. ". ? ( nnd ip'lfi 1. M. (or on arrhttl nt New York or ... ,, fH itepililn Umbrla with Ilrttl.h malls for Austra !". Hi lei Bat. Malls for the bis-lety Iilamls. per ship Galllea . ' i . (from San Frauclscoi, cIfM here dally up tu May I , s3 .'3 at 11:30 1 M. I i .M ( Trans PaeinciiiAils are forwardett to port of sailing .' ' lriH dally and the schedule of clonlag Is arranged on A. V pl the presuiiiptlon of their tniliiterruptiHl overland ;v t. tVJI transit. UtegUtered mall closes at n 1". M. pre- I" ,, lT sluusdsy if j J ,. CHARLES W. DAYTON. Postmaster. li' il rost Office. New York. N Y., April UH, ll7. !?! 'fi I-UltSl'ANTTO"sfATrT6RY REgUlllKMENT, no- ''.W i . tlce Is hereby given thnt All Act has lu'en passed by A,1 n ( both brauihes of the legislature entitled An Act re- f I ,r H latlng to DeKii Plm-o lu thu Tncntylhlrd ward of ia the Cltv of New York. L'ii FURTHER NOTICE It hendiy glren that a PubUa fix WU Hearing Usin such bill will Is- In Id at the Oltlee ot .' I Ti'M the Mai or. In the city Hall, In the city of New York, . i - , I on Moiulat.May 3d, 1MI7, at 3:,lo o'clock P.M. V"' ri Dated clt) Hall, Nc York Airll S-lh. 1 -1ST. VI t I'liU W. L. hTIIUXU. Mayor. ,,Jh l.'M "UllSl'ANT TO "sTATl'TORV'REiVl'lRKSlENT. n Z, '., )iU 1 lice Is bt rel gliell that An Act has bcenpaaaed 'Xv y t.'l by both branches of the legislature entitled An Act to 'f,-)'. .(fli aim lid chapter four hundred and ten of tholawaof a'.", ttl elghtt en hundred ' eight.! tno, intllltst "An Act U -y iB toeon.olldatelntooni iw t and til ileelaro the seclal ,.. , T'flH uud locjl lansHrrcstlug put lie IntcnMs In the City f ' Ifi t 1 New York," relailie tu pnn'ei.'dlugs looMnatreeta la ,y. t, i'Sl said clt). 'J'' iVl FL'RTIirR NOTICE N lionl.y grn lliat alMiblla V ', Ml Hearing upon such bill will Ui held at the oniee of the l " .y iCMB Mayor, In th city Hall, In tho City of New York, on ' -. Moiidal.May lid. ln'J7. at '.' I.'i ii'i l. k p M. i lj ,' Dated City Hall, Nmv York. April astii, I e7. i. f l.:'atl W L, STRONG, Mayor. i i tf- 1rilSl'AST 10 S.TATUT?IHYKi:gl'IUl:MKNf. no- ' ' -i M,i I tlco Is In nliy glveu that An Ait has lain pa.M i , U by Isitli brain Iks of the Legislature milled An Act lo t .'.'.H amend chupter four hundre.l uud ten of the laws of "'. elgbtein hundred aud ejliiy-twu, entltleil "An Act tv ' ' 1 to cousolliliitc Into out uit and to ilclanMbe .Hclat ; Vnh ! nnd local laws arfivllug iniblli Interests In the cny of . j Nei) York," us ameudul b) tliupbr seien hlllioreil ' KiS enl llftyeuv(n of the laws of eighteen hundred and V. ! e nlnel) four, relating to clerks, oflleers and ultetidants I , rtf ofeotiris. TM (s'jH FI'HTIIEH NOTICE Is herebv glren that a Publl. ; ' -W Hearliib'iiiKiiisurh I 111 will l held nt Hie Office of th til Major, In I lie City Hull, in the City of New York, ob , li , ttonlsy, May 3.1, I any, at ni.j. Alible I" M "i Dated City Hall. New YorL, J .rll '.'Itli. 1-07. , ,'! V.'.L.sTlluNil. Major. i fi 1rRs"UANTTl)STAlL'TORYIIEiJflRE.ML.STrnotlea ' V , Is hereby gfieu thut All ct has Iweii passeit by C B Isllh hr.tlichea of Die l'gUlatllle entitled An Act to '(i proilde for the paiuent of icrtnln clatiti. for mati. tJ4i rials t)irnlshed and work done for the Flro Depart "Mi ment of tl etlt) nf New York. 5, AS Fl'ltTIUIt NOTICE U licrebv Kb en that a I'll hi lo .- . Hearing iiM,iisueh Mil will Is hi Id ut the Ofllce of the . i TlH Ma) or, In the fit) Hall, lu the i Ity of New York, oa 'ii Monday, May lid. ISUT, at -i oVI,.t p SI t 'H Dated CM) Hall. New York. April '.Mill. IN97, ') W 1. M RUNG. Mayor. .'Mi r- - - C-m or alr. ;jfl 1X)Il SALE -Sound, kind, and fast horse, also run 'H . alsmt ami h.iruess 37.1 s;h it , Jersey City. l ?aprr Soxes. 'M TTOLDINO PAPER BOXES forpat.nttnsUclnM, rat-W , ' ! JwlngboXM. Ae.iuatck tirtottajrof cards, ,avsloik , .! AH 'J -rftettifiji. -$... .7..J ' " U , r;-J IVv '