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THE SUN, TODAY, AUGUST 20, 1897. r" Q !
. j i " ...... , nn m FOlt A GREAT MILK TRUST. XFFOIITS TO CONTBOL TUB ENI1BB business or run orr. ITia farhenae InelndM nlh Frodnrtlnn and. Distribution It l'rnnmtrr n K Will lal In rrl Itconoi-lra J. . eiluioaar, the Organiser. rucWedby Kngllab Capital. A movement Is on foot In this cltr by which an English syndicate, bucked, It Is said, by tin limited capital, Is undortaklnn to socuro tbo ob lolute control of all tho milk trade of this cltr nd vicinity-, not only tho wholesale ami rotnll trade, but tlio production Itself. This trust Is tho Idea of John D. Ollmour of 203 Ureon--Ich streot, who formed tho biscuit trust a, ftvr rears ago. Ho ropresentx an English syndi cate whose capital Is said to bo not less than 10,000,000, and It Is Its Intention to bur out all tho milk dealers of this cltr. wholesale and retail, and all the dairies and farms that supply them, on such conditions that the aotlvo man agement of tho business will be left in the hands of tho milkmen. With this In rlen all tho prominent milk dealers of the cltr hare boon approached br Ur. Oilmour or bis representatives and asked to give the syndlcato an option until Oct. 1 on their business, real estate and good will. The propo sition Is that the milk dealor shall place an es timate upon their value. Experts of the indicate will then examine his books md his farms, and If the figures are satisfactory the syndicate offers to par him one-half In cash and ouo-half in stock of tho company. If he refuses to go In, the plan Is to ion him In or make him quit business. In round numbers, 29,000 cans of milk are brought Into this cltr everr day from Pennsyl vania. Sew Jersey. Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York Stato, as far west us Corning. There are a dozen tlmis In this city each of hlch has two or moro lartro dairy farms w hire the work is carried on according to the most sclenllllc iirlnrtplcs. In addition to tho regulir milk supply there Is tho condensed mllK business, which la almost a soparato Industry. According to Mr, Ullniour, tho syndicato has alrcidy secured tho control of about 10,000 of tho 23,000 cam ut milk hrought to this city dally, and Its plan is to get control of 15,000 cans, the majority of tbo amount used, and, hnvtnfc secured that much, to tlx prices and dic tate Its own terms to such tlruis as remain on the outside. It Is not yet known what answers 3Ir. Ollmour has received from tho large firms. A member of a prominent llrm said lost night: " Air. Ollmour came to us about two weeks ago and laid his plan before us. Wo have as yet taken no action and do not know what we shall do, for we haen't consulted with manv other firms xet. The plan Is certainly feasible, and Ollmour, we know, Is bucked by unlimited English capital, and it Is not unlikely that we shall be forced to go into tho trust, As I understand It, the trust Is not belnir formed with the Idea of raising the price of milk. The milk trade in this cltr has been pe culiar In that the dealers have never got to gether with a view of systematizing ft as a whole. It has always been, in a sense, a cut throat game, where every one Is after every one else. As a direct result of this, in the distribu I tion alone there is an enormous wasto every I year, lioutes cross and rocross each other and the area of distribution for each com pany of any size extends from one end of tbo city to the other. One of the things the syndi cate proposes to do Is to cut the city up into dis tricts, having so many wagons in each district UDplied from a district depot. They olalm that with tho business thus systematized twenty-Bvo wagons will be able to do the work that fifty wagons do now. Tho syndicate proposes to pay as for our business half In cash and half In stock sad It promises to return as large an Income for the half of our capital eo Invested as we get for the whole now. There is another point they make. At Pawling, for Instance, there are two Bilk bottling- establishments, and at the station above another. They propose to combine these three and effect a great saving, and It is their idea to seenro control of all the farmers produc ing milk and by practical combination to lessen the expense. "I understand that some of the largest whole tile dealers look on the scheme with treat favor. If they secure control of such concerns as tho Anglo-Swiss, the Borden, Decker. Beakes. and the Sheffield Farms, I don t see that there will be anything for the rest of us to do but come in out of the cold. Tho natural result of thin will he that a largo number of small dealers will be wiped out of existence. This is est to cause a certain amount of tshlps but it remains to bo seen If the final result, considered as a whole, will not be bene ficial to the people. I am Inclined to think it , will. Certainly the chief point in favor of ths scheme is that the milkmen will be In control, and there will be no dangers arising from con TV trol by men Ignorant of the business. ' 'htf The following figures, showing the extent of A? ths milk business of this city, come from ths m Board ol Health report for 1896: Number of stors permits, 7.339; number of wagon permits, , ,WL number ot cows supplying New York, ' H 1U2.S82; average numberof quarts of milk shlp I red Into the city. 728,612; quarts of cream, 16, 9 000; condensed milk, 8,000. W TO XBT TO KEEP OUT ITALIANS. Later Orraaliatlans or Hew Orleans Dlstnrbed Over Their Iluah to Tbat City. Krw Orleans, La., Aug. 10. Tho American Federation of Labor and the Laboring Men's Protective Association have protested to the Federal authorities against the violation of tho Immigration laws, which they say has been go ing on here for some time. They charge that Italians are brought into Louisiana through tbo port of Kew Orleans for ths sugar season only. Contracts they say are made with the Italian laborers In Italy, guaranteeing them tho pay Bent of their passage to Italy and return and work at 75 cents a day during tho sugar season. The importation of tho contract labor, the labor associations declare, has been going on for some tlmo, but tbey tolerated It in tho nost be cause the sugar industry was suffering from de pression. Now that tho higher duties obtained tinder the Dingley law puts the sugar Industry "J 'Paring bails, they demand the enforcement or the law against contract labor. There has been a large Immigration of Ital ians at this port for sovoral years, and nearly ail toe immigrants secure work at once on the sugar plantations. They rarely return homo, out after saving their wages as sugar laborers generally come to Now Orleans or some other Unto town and go into the fruit or other retail Justness. The Italians and other white laborers "jve been gradually crowding the negroes out Of the sugar districts of New Orleansbut It is denied that there is any contract labor In this UnmlPrntlnn ,. W hen the sugar-grinding season comes around, me demand for labor is always greater tbnn tho supply. The Itnllunn kuow this and emigrate to Mew Orloans at that Benson of the year and Bnd no dilllculty In getting work. Tbey nro plainly peasant and make excellent farmhands, ine American Federation of Labor and the La ? nf J'en'" Protectlvo Association are deter mined, however, to make tbo light to shut out ! Italian immigrant and say that tbey can rove that Italians have secured contracts be ?"?, 1,aTlnB home. Several largo bodies of Ulians have arrived here la the last few days ad others are on tho way. MUBPZUS FALLS OF 9103,110.40. "H" r Chief Kxsamlner Vandrrjaoal on the Mutual Jrire Insurance Canapany, Iaaao Vanderpoel, Chief Examiner of ths otato Insurance Department, has finished bis lamination of the books of tbo Mutual Fire In surance Company of 45 Cedar street, and bis re tort will bo filed at Albany to-day. This exam ination was made In response to charges lodged against the company by Philander B, Arm strong, its former President, to the effect that in l" JPort mado to the Department of Insurance si tuo tlrst of tho year tho ussots of the company were overstated and the liabilities underesti in ttea. Tho report finds as follows; last tat Swcki, bonds, and cash. i89fi,2B3 48 ! premium la course of oolleotlon.,... 70.H00 HI Total assets 1776.01)0 at UaOtllUte 1375,060 7U Oontr.builfe capital 225.000 00 ! surplua 174.070 4tf negate liabilities (778,088 31 This statement shows a decrease In the net orPlus since January uf S103.110.40. K.A.Loewenlhal, the President of tho com aRJrl iV"19 he following statement in refer en,ce to the report yesterday; Tho difference in surplus Is mainly account EL'.?r bji tl,9 unprofitable experience of tbo company for ta,e tix months in ouostion. as the attucks upon the company and tli.i exponses of i,T Far',n lnt? whicb It has been forced have ro suited In a loss or nearly ?30,000. Further .0J. noer the rules of tho dopurtraent oertain assets wore not admitted and wore excluded from the statement, amounting In tho aggregate iSISi -;. which, with" tha 50.o3o pre- ascrtbable to differences of opinion or errors of C',m2i"5nStaeT',.luB.of securities, amount mSte0o19liJbill?IeS."d t0 U,D P"lbl " Brooklyn Can afow Spentt Hone More Money. The increased assessment values In Brooklyn will enable tho city authorities to issue nearly 200,000 in bonds for tbo purpose of carrying S? om?lr'eslnitlPrvotnents. Most of tho ?n.ncr 7"' fe tVnt J) the schools, street repiir lal'Sj Mp5,ltl.n'f- Th Mayor and Comptroller .nTh.'i.eicide'1.voi"ue.llft0'(HK"' bond for the L? tltln,i.ot "al stroets, which the wheel wa have been long coveting? I BbAKD OF' CONTHOZ. XBHTXITQ. Ceoa RmqIU rrera Teatrlays,Ceatreaee Bs tween the Raltreaa OBlelals. The railroad officials who attended tho meet ing ot the lloanl of Control of the Joint Tradlo Association yesterday did a hard day's work and accomplished some good reiulta. There was agoneral feeling that the railroads were not getting as much as the service performed en titled thrin to, and thoro was a full and frank discussion ot tho rato situation, both in the meeting Itself and in tbo various committees. Tho situation in regard to Chicago business, both oast-bound and west-bound, was found to have improved materially. Tho situation out ot St. Louts is not so satisfactory, and the Toledo, St, Louis, and Kansas City, or " Clover Leaf," is hold, to some oxtent nt least, account able for thtvt. Itecciver Pierce was at tho meet ing yesterday, ns wero Senator Ilrlceof tho Lake Erie and Western and Presldont Woodford of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton, two other ronds, not members of tho association, that are concerned in the demoralisation In the Western territory, and good progress toward an under standing was made. It is hoped that mora will bo accomplished at a mcetlnc of the representa tives of tho St. Louis lines which is to be held in Ht. Louis noxt weok. Considerable time was spent In a discussion regarding grain and flour rates east-hound, and It was agreed to restore the rate of 22a cents a hundred on flour from Minneapolis to tho sea board on Sept. 1. Tho rato on corn is also to bo restored ou tho basis of 20 cents a hundred pounds from Chicago. In ordor to put tho Northwest lines In a bettor position regarding grain and Hour shipments tho lake lines and trunk lines have agreed to withdraw all of their soliciting agonts from that territory for thirty days from Bent. 1. Chairman Chnuncey M. Depew presided at the meeting, and all of the Important lines were rep resented though only n tow Presidents attended. Among the latter were Presldont Thomson of the Pennsylvania, Sir Charles Rivers Wilson ot tho Qrand Trunk, and K. II. Thomas of tho Erie. First Vico-Presldent Voorheos represented tho Reading. After passing appropriate resolutions on tho death ot tho lato I). W. Caldwell the board adjourned to meet on Sept. 10, when the grain rates will again bo takeu up. TSALTI210TIE AXH CTNOIXXATI XXSTJS. Hertgasre ror Oln.ooo.ooo an the Mew Itall road riled In Maryland. BALTniortE. Md Ang. 10. A mortgage tor 918.000,000, covering the properties and fran chises of the Baltimore, Cincinnati and Western Railway Company, was filed In the Record Office ( to-day. It is mads in favor of tho Manufactur ers' Trust Company of New York, trustee, to secure an Issue of flfty-yc.tr gold bonds bearing 5 per cent. Interest. The bonds, which are for 1 $1,000 each, are dated March 1, 1807, and are , payable March 1, 1047. Tho Interest upon them Is payable in New York and London semi- I annually. A sinking fund la provided for the ultimate payment of the mortgage bonds. Its accumula tion Is to begin within seven years of tho date of the mortgage, and from that time forward 1 per cent, of the par value of the whole Issue of tho bonds Is to be set aside for the purpose of their liquidation. With this fund the bonds are to be purchased In open market at the best possible price. Default on Interest or principal for a period of six months will gtvo the trustees pos- I session of tho property of tho railway company. The Baltimore. Cincinnati and Western Rail- I way Company has beon Incorporated In Mary land, Virginia, West Virginia, and Ohio. Its chief office is declared to be n Baltimore. The railway line, which has been surveyed and. It Is said. In part built. Is to extond from Baltimore to Cincinnati. New York capitalists are Inter ested In the enterprise. Tbo mortgage which was tiled today In the Record Office will bo tiled In each of the counties. f J. F. Whipple of Now York, who brought tho document here, went from here to Annapolis, and will go along tne entire line of counties. He said that 400 miles of the road had been al ready built. This is at the Cincinnati end. During the hard times of the past few years the enterprise has been in abeyance, but now It is believed thnt the bonds can be floated and money raised for finishing the line. In the mortgage K. A. Hoyt appears as President of the company and E. L. SutTern as Secretary. William J. Combs of New York executed the document for tho trust company. Oregon natlrol anct .navigation Directors. At a meeting of tbo holders of certificates of ths voting trustee representing the preferred and common stock ot the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company yesterday the following nominations for .directors were mado: A. L. Mohler, H. W. Corbett, W. B. Ayer, W. W. Cot ton, William Mackintosh of Portland, Ore.; Miles C. Moore of Walla Walla. Wash.: Alfred S. Heidelbach. W. L. Bull, Edward D. Adams, and Charles II. Coster of New York, to represent the preferred stockholders, and Henry Falling. W. Si. Ladd, and A.L. Mills of Portland. Ore. ; VV.G. Oakman of New York, and Samuel Carr of Boa ton to represent the common stockholders. The Audit Company of New York waa nominated for independent auditor. The annual meeting of the company and election ot directors will be held at Portland, Ore., on Sept. 2. UBS. UVQFOBD'a TFIxr. she Makes m Discrimination in Favor or Arthur Hill. Mrs. Marie Helene Sophie Mugford, the wife of Henry L. Mugford, died in Brooklyn on Aug. 15, and her will, which was executed on Aug. 8, was offered for probate yesterday. Charles Andresen and Andreas Andresen, brothers of the testatrix, each received tl, and two sisters got $0. The real estato and personal property, valued at $12,000 and $1,000, are thus disposed of: I desire that the residence, 1AH3 Pacific street, also the three story house, UUo Bralth street. In tbo city of Brooklyn, ana all other real as well as personal prop erty, bedding, linen, silverware, money In bank, pictures, iEollan organ, dlamonrls, furniture, where aoever situated. I devlae and bequeath to my friend. Arthur tllll of Brooklyn, N. Y absolutely and for ever. 1 have no debts. Arthur Hill is also made sole executor. The Mugfords wore both agod and bad each bad a previous matrimonial expcrlonce, when they were married nbout three years ago. They quarrelled during the honeymoon, and their varied and. picturesque squabbles were con stantly figuring In thn courts. It was only in May last that Mrs. Mugford was convicted ot malicious mischief for wrecking herstepdaugh ter'ri carpets and furniture and bad to pay a lino of 250. Arthur Hill, who gots all Mrs. Mug ford's estate, did not appear In evidence at any of the court proceedings. TO ACQUIBE FianEH'B ISI,AXD. "Oemuel B. Qulgg One ortbe Commissioners In the Condemnation Proeeedlngs. United States Judge Asa W. Tenney of Brook lyn has appointed ex-Congressman Lemuel E. Qulgg, ex-Corporation Counsol John A. Taylor of Brooklyn, and Henry F. Cook of Suffolk coun ty Commissioners in tho condemnation proceed ings for the acquisition by tho United States of 150 acres of land on the east sldo ot Fisher's Island at the entrance to Long Island Sound. The condemnation proceeding!) were begun on tbo refusal of the Oovernment to pay tho own ers. Walter Ferguson of Pittsburg and Emanuel L. Ferguson of Nowburg. $1,000 an acre for the property. The land Is wantod as a part of the extensive fortifications for the protection of the eastern cntrnnco to the Sound. The Commis sioners are to receive $10n tiny for tlmo actually spent In ofllclal work as compensation. Thoy will hold their first meeting In the Federal build ing In Brooklyn on Tuesday. ! Broken by a Fall. While Gcorgo Stoihl, owner of a feed storo at Corona, L. I., was driving on Jackson avenue, Long Island City, yesterday afternoon, trolley car No. 182 ran Into tho rear of bin truck and knockod him oft the driver's box. Stolbl's loft leg was broken. He was taken to Bt. John's Hospital. SLEEP FOR SKIN-TORTURED BABIES And rest for tired mothers In a warm bath with Cuticura Soil-, and a single application of Cuticuha (ointment), the great skin cure, CUTicvn.1 HkMEDlKS afford Instant relief, and Soliit to a speedy cure ot torturing, dlsllgurlng, tinilllitting. Itching, burning, bleeding, crusted, scaly skin and scalp humors, with loss ot hair, when all elio falls. Bold throughout the world. Porrxa Paoo !to Cm. Coar., sole 1'ropi , Boaton. W" How to Cure tls-Tortured Babies," fro. QKIN QPil P Md Ualr BaautUtd by 31X111 OuALr CUTIOURA tO.Lt. LIKE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS XIOBTNIXa EXVIjOHES dynamite IS FOBT COJjBOBXE, CANADA. The (bocks Felt More Than Twenty Miles Away, and People on Doth sides of lk Itrle Thought It Was nn Rarttiejuake truf falo nnd All the IfHs-nborlnff Towns nhaken. RorraLO, Aug, 10. Lightning exploded half a ton of dynamite and 1,500 pounds of powder in John Reeb's inagaxlno near Port Colborno, Can ada, at 5:30 o'clock this morning. Roth sides of the lake experienced tho sensation of nn earth quake. The dull roar rcachod Buffalo, fifteen miles across the lako. The shock rattled tho win dows and roused a good part of tho people. Des patches announcing an earthquake came In from all the neighboring towns. Tho weather department trlod In vain to account for It or to traco It. It was noon before Port Colborno woko up and advised tho wondering peoplo this side ot tho lake of the explosion. The magazlno was about a mile and a half west ot Port Colborno. It stood besldo a glass factory, which had been closed two months, and besldo tho factory stood a limekiln. The only person within a mile of tho place was a watch man, who was In tho limekiln whon tho maga zine was struck. Hundreds of tons of stone and earth were tossed into the nlr. Tho glass fac tory, a frame building, was demolished. The limekiln was not hurt, although the watchman said the ground rooked for half a minute. The explosion frightened tho pooplo of Pott Colborno from their beds, broke windows In every house In the town, smashed china and glassware, and knocked pictures off the walls. Even the Welland Canal was agitated. At Solid Comfort, a pleasure resort near by, built up with expensive cottages, windows and china wero damaged to a great extent. The shock was felt more than twenty miles In every di rection. No one was Injured. In North Tonawnndn everybodr thought it was nn earthquake. Tho vibratory move ment of tho earth's surface was somewhat violent, nnd tho subtorrsnean dlsturbanco wan so pronounced that many peoplo wero much alarmed, Plcturej wero sunken from tho walls, I small articles thrown from tables, and brlc-a-brua i was broken. The windows In many housos on Ellwood avenue vlbrnled noisily, nnd tho build- ' lmrs swayed per' eptilily. Bullmnn s grocery on Falcontr streot was so shnkon that the proprietor and his family were alarmed lest it would col lapse. Many people were aroused from their slum bers nnd, affrighted, askod each other what tho strange rumbling noise nnd swaying motion meant. Only one shock was toll, but It lasted from sixty to ninety seconds. The earth seomed to tremblo llko tho throbbing of a small steamer's deck when the engines aro running at i full speed, and this alarming motion was ncoom- S anted by a long, deep, hoarse bellowing like , Hinder. The swaying of their beds and tho clearly perceptible motion of the houso walls was exciting, and general alarm was felt throughout tho city. Tho subterraneous dis turbance appeared to travel from northeast to southwest. WORK O.V TUB ITXISO.V 3IVBDER. Philadelphia Police Active tn ths Case Tho Librarian's Will round. PtnutDKLrniA. Aug. 10. During a further search to-day of the building In which Librarian ' William C. Wilson was killed Monday night, a will wasfound in a private desk. Mayor War wick was present and the document was given to him. Tho -Mayor placed It In the possession of Director of Public Safety Rlter. and nothing of Its contonts was disclosed. The director an nounced that a trust company tn this city was the executor. From the name of a lawyer associ ated with tho instrument. It is inforred that the executor is tho Provident Life Insurance and Trust Company. The legatees named aro thought to be rolat Ives. A nowspayer otllio received an auonymous communication tonight from a writer who nalil ho had made an uftor to tho police authorities to turn State's cvldento and reveal tho perpetrator of tho crime on condition that tho inlorninnt might claim tho reward. The police prorescd to nave no knowledge of It. The note was writ- i ten on a letter head of the Hotel Walton, ap- purently In a dlsguioed hand. Director Rlter spnt laBt night in a hack with a policeman and a woman who Informed the pollco that a mulatto had confossed to htr that he had murdered Wilson. Tho effort to And the man was fruitless, but It Is believed the de tectives are still looking for him. WALTON'S EX-STE1TABD ABBESTEB. The Plunger Accuaeo Him or ITrltlna Defkma torj Letters. Francis T. Walton, proprietor of the Brighton Beach Hotel, who earned the titlo of "Plunger" because of his heavy betting at the race track, was complainant In the Y'orkvllle Court yester day against his former steward, John C. Hall. The prisoner wns steward of the Brighton Beach Hotel up to a month ago, whon he was discharged. Mr. Walton alleged that, after his discbarge. Hall wrote letters to various business men reflecting on his former employer's integ rity. One of these letters wns written on July 24 to Long k Co. of 30 Moore street, and. in consequence, tho Arm refuued to havo further dealings with tbo complainant. Magistrate Crime held Hall In $500 bail for examination on Aug. 211. Hall, who Is 30 years old and Uvea ot 350 West Thirty-llfth street, mode the followlngstntcmont: "Mr. Walton's credit was virtually estab lished by the fact that I wns with him. I only warned my peoplo that I was no longer connect ed as stoward of tbo hotel, and notified them to collect their money. I established Walton In the Brighton Beach Hotel through Acker, Mer rail & Comllt consigning, not selling, $3,000 worth of goods. Ther did this only on condi tion that I should bo steward of the house." SET IIIS OLOTBES AFIBE AT PLAT. Begtnald Staiher Dlareaardrd Warnings nnd Would Play with Matches. Reginald Mayber, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John May her of Oakland avenue, Ar lington, found a box of matches In the kitchen of his home on Wednesday, and took them Into the yard, which Is used as a playground by tho chil dren of the family. Whilo he was playing with them his clothing caught Are. He screamed. and Chnrlos Ualeler, Ills grandfather, and Mrs. Mayher, who were sitting In the dining room, heard bis cries. Tbey ran nut to the yard and found tho boy's clothing blazing. Mrs. Mayher throw her arms about him and tried to extinguish the fire. She received sev eral deep bums, but succeeded In putting out tho Are before Mr. Bateler could get a blanket to wrap him In. The boy became unconscious. Dr. James A. Ex ton of Boach street dressed the burns. Yesterday the boy was In a critical condition. He had been warned frequently not to play with matches. vruion one died fibbtt The Question to Bo Balsed In Probating the Wills or Henry Aubert and Wire, Suicide. The Orphans' Court In Jersey City will be called on to determine whether Henry Aubert or his wife, both of whom committed suicide on Aug. 2 at their home, 45 Lincoln street, died first. Their wills havo been filed for probato In the Surrogate's office. Aubert's will, which was made on March 20, 1880, leaves his ontlro estate real and porsona), to his wlfo, Wllhel initio, and makes nor his sole executrix. Mrs. Aubort's will was mado on Dec. 20, 1803, and her husband is her solo legatee and oxecutor, Carl and Louis Dollloln, her sous by a previous husband, survive her. Aubert's life was In surod for $10,000, and his estate outside of that is supposed to be worth about $4,000. It is not known what estate, if any, Mrs. Aubert left. Tho Weather, Fair weather prevallod over ths interior of ths country yesterday, but It was oloudy with showers In the Atlantlo and Quit States. The drought remains unbroken la tbo Central States, whsre tho weather Is quite cool for tho season. In most of the country west of tbo Mississippi the temperature ranged between 48' and 80' during the raornlnc. Ths cool weather shows no sign of breaking. In this olty the day was cloudy, with s light fog, average bumldlty 80 per cent; wind shifted from cast to south, average velocity 14 mtles an houri barometer oorreoted to read to sea level at a A, M. 80.02, 0 P, M. 20,SO highest ofllclal temperature 77 lowest 08', The thermometer at the United States Weather Bu reau registered the tempsratureyesterdayas followi; ia.07. IHUB.i 1B97. lttoo. OX. M..,,,...78' 08' flP.M 711' H IDA, at 74' 07' BT. II 71' So' 8I'.M 78' OS'lla Hid 70' dp wASBtsoToi roaxcuT roa rainav. For tow Bampthirt, Vermont, Rhod4 Island. Mat $achu$ftt. Connecticut, and eastern New York, oaa crally fair; touthuttterlu Klmtt, shifting to north vetterlu. ror the District of Columbia, eastern Pennsyl vania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, threat ening weather; southwesterly winds. ror wsatorn Pennsylvania, western New York, Ohio, ladlaas, and Illinois, lain light, northerly winds. THIEF DBANK hAVDANVXC. Fosnd It an Mr. Walsh's Kitchen Table and Tbousht It Was Whiskey, Yo.nkkm, Aug. 10. Thlevos entered tho homo of Wnter Commissioner Mlchaol Walsh, at 117 I'allsado nvenuo, last night, and It Is believed that one of the gang l either dead or dying from tho effects of laudanum, which ho drank by mis take. Tho thieves got nwoy with nonrly allot Walsh's silverware, somo monoy, a quantity of clothing, nnd a horso nnd buggy. The horse anil wngon wero found In tho woods nt 173d street and Central avenue this afternoon by ono of tho mounted policemen of thoThlrty-flrst New York precinct. Shortly nftor 3 o'clock In tho morning Mrs. Herliert, who Is a sister-in-law to Commissioner Walsh, beard footsteps on tho ground floor of tho houso and tho rumbling of wagon wheals In tboroaday. Hho thought it was the milkman, and said nothing of it until tho family found tho kitchen window open nnd a pane of glass broken when thoy arose. .... Mr. Walsh, on going to his stable, found that, his horso and buggy wero rone. While tho Walshs were discussing Ihu sltiintlonsninonno discovered that a bottle of laudanum which bad boen loft on tho kitchen table in tlio ovonlng was half empty nnd uncorked. The police warn informed, nnd despatches were sent to tho pollco or nearby towns. Tho locnl pollco discovered that somo of tho laudanum had been expeo tonitndon tho floor. It wns evident that tho thief had mistaken the poison for whiskey. At 3 o'clock word was received that a horse nnd wngon nnswcilng the description of Mr. Walsh's rig had boen found nt 173d street and Contrnl avenue. Pollco Captain McLaughlin and Mr. Walsh went to Klngshridgo and Mr. Walsh ldoutlflod tho rig as his. Four mon wore sent out to search for tho burglar, as It was believed that tho man who drank tho laudanum had cither died or wns so affected that his companions had nhandonod him In tho woods to avoid attention. All of tho hospitals from Yonk rs to Now York wero visited, but no patient ot the kind tho pollco wero looking for was found. S3IEBBEBQ CONFESSES BUBOLABY. Part or the Jewelry Stolen rrom II. W. Mar shall Pound at Hmedbera'a Unole'a OITJce, 1'i.ainfiei.d, N. J., Aug, 10. John Duncan Smedbrrg, who has been under arrest charged with eiiterlngand robbing Harry W. Marshall's house, on East Fifth street, on the night of June 30, has mado a confession, In which bo admits that he committed tho burglary. All tho stolen property oxcept a Knight Templar's charm, valued nt $200, has boen recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall were out bicycle riding in tbo evening of June 30. During their ab sence their house was entered and Jewelry valued at $S00 was stolen. Smedberg, who boarded nt tho house whors Mr. nnd Mrs. Mar shall took their meals, was suspected and a war rant for his arrest was sworn out. On Aug. 3 Hinedberg was arraigned before Justice or the Pcai-e Nash and was Identified by Michael J. O'Brien, a clerk employed by M. & D. Drookhelmer, pawn brokers at 210 Third avenue. New York, as a man who had pawned a diamond ring, a gold watch and a revolver on July 12. Smedberg protested his Innocence. F. W. Stark had a talk with Mrs. Smedberg and ob tained evidence which caused Smedberg to con fess. Smedberg said thnt part of tho Jewelry was at the oHlco of his uncle. Adolph Smedhorg of 59 Wall street, and part at tho otllee of Ben jamin Patterson, a lawyer of 234 Broadway, , New York. Stack went to tho two addresses end found the Jewelry. Smodberg said he had thrown the charm Into tbo North Rivor because of the danger of disposing ot it. STOLE DB. BEWABD'H SVSPENDEBS. flla Palm or 'Km. niuoflllk. Parts Make. Taken by n Thler Who Cut a Telephone Wire. Orange, N. J Aug. 10. At the head of the bed In which Dr. John L. Seward of 41(1 Main street sleeps is a telephone which is on a party ! line connecting with a tolephone in the house of I his partner. Dr. W. A. Wakeley. who lives noxt door. Both or ono ot these physicians is usually disturbed durlngtho night by a telephone call to attend a pnt lent, but last night both slept un disturbed, because n thlof who entered Dr. Sew ard's houso cut the telephono wire before climbing in the front window. After cutting the wire, thereby providing ni;Klnst an disturbance of the plotdclan, the thiof set out a dinner and ate it from the dining mom tnhle. After satisfying his hunger, the burglar wont-into the doctor's otllee unapickud up n box containing six palm of blue silk sus penders, just received from Paris. A pocket set of instruments, a new ietthor satchel, a silver nrh receiver, and some stumped unvelopes were alto taken. From tho dining room tho thiof took n game carving set. u lnrge carving set. a Eilror cream pitcher, a sugar bow I, two jneper boxes, and a augar spoon, In all valued at $52.50. Wantfrl j'rmaUs. THE SUN Harlem Branch 1j9west 125th street AUTIFICIAI. FI.OWKIIS. flood ban1 wanted. ZUCKEKft JOhF.l'HV. 71&-17 Broadway PANCV EATIIE11S. Experienced banda "wantedi steady work and hUbet prleeft paid. II. nOFHElMF.lt & CO. lS8Creobyt. OSTRICH FEATHERS Experienced 'preparer!, ae-vvera, and curlers wanted. E. MOCH S CO., 710 Broadway. OSTKICH FEATHERS. Afewamart girls over fif teen years or at- wanted aa learners TAYLOR CO., '."MVaverley place. OSTKICH FEATHfcIl.S.-5;urlfra " wautedl work given home. STEIN a IlEir.miUN, UM-n3S Hroadjvay. 0 STIHL'il PKATHMIS -flot'curlera". Apply all week. ZUC'KKR A JOSEl'HV. 71.1-17 Uroaiiway. MTRlcTf KEATHERH.-aood preparers. ZUCKEll A JOSEl'HV. 7 1 .1-1 7 Broadway. STIlICli KEATHKRS.-Oood eurlers wanted t work given out. 2UCKEB JOSEI'HY. 710-17 ll'way. TTMBRELLAB-Operator- and tipper. Apply ifl37 U Broadway. WANTED Younr ladtea of good figure to try on ' mine' l-year Jackets. Applr J. C. STItATTON CO., 7 and u Waverley place. Warned 2llale anechanica. Sc. IV ANTED An experienced varnlah maker welt up IT In aKrlcultural cnach. and carriage varnliheai applications hM confidential by a larx tnanufae turrr. Addreaa D , Iwr l'J7 sun uptown oltloe, 103 Broadway. V ANTED A machinist aud laborera for Klondyke. It Call at 10 Union auuare. situation, anttfl gHwlw. Fin8T-Cl.A68 PRINTF.R, now In charge of Job ofttca doing nneolaas ot work, desires similar position elaewkerni aatlaractory reaaons tor making cbange. Addreaa V . box 140 bun oftloe. IyOSITlON Is wanted by a young man. 81 years, as . stenographer and typewrltertjrood refereneeai salary moderate. Address TYPE WHITER, box 1BU Bun office. USEFUL MAN, German, to take ear of gentlaman'a place; refsrsnoes. Addreaa K.M.. 10 Trinity place. ASTED Foaltlon In a bank by a young man thoroughly experienced; IX years In all-around business; baa aerved aa iHiokkeeper, teller, and caiUleri At references, ample Imnd furnlabedi sal ary regulated by ability and worth. Addreaa J box liiO Sun office, WANTED Position aa aalesman or clerk In whole- al paper home by young man, thoroughly ex perienced! Is also a practical bookkeeper; can give good references aa to ability and character. V. II.. a Baalc at., rlty. YOUNO MAS, 20 years of aae, wishes puaitlon at anything; good education, aud can furnish first class references. Address JOSEPH lJi:inHiS4il2r.k st- Brooklyn. YOUNO MAN, 28 years, wishes a imaltlorT where there Is a clianco of advaneemonti would like a Soaltlou as porteri neat, aober. and Industrious. Ad rea A ,Iox 107 flun office. Select "SoatA. raat Hide. GltAMEItCT PARK. BO.-Doilrable slugleand con necting rooms overlooking park; superior board American family; references. it eat side. " " 1 flTHBT., 87 WEST. First-class rooms, wlthboardi XU tranitents perman-nf reaonable. Q)D 8T38H "WEST, Large and small rooms, OjJ with board; out uMowu buyers acooinmodat.'d) references. t Q,l I'll Hl, S7 WL8T, Handsome, cool rooms; ex Ot cellent board! summer rates! transients acooin- modated. Ifilll HT., 7I WEST. Jfiesly furnished large and J-Vimill rooms, with or without board. &, utfliilooms amiiavtiiuntjsTo t rat hide. - PAIlK AV 00. corner of 38th St. Handaome suite of room', hall room, parlor, dlulng room. QfiTII BT., 200 EAST Private house, comfortable, OUnowly furuUhed; large aud hall ruomsi for gen tlemen only; nanoiiablr. atlflf 8T, ma AND 4 EAfiT.-F.legant roouia. O Sl.no to f'n iieutUinen. rmpertable couples (buuaekccplng) I tranMente accommodated; ' Ural aide. " GREENWIOII ST., 81f).-Booras BOe. night, 13.00 . upward weakly ; gas, dally papers, raailof room. i etutnighcfl'pomcpntt'meiitfi to t Wrat Hide. 1 OTH8T., 153 WEST. Vlrkt clans furnished rooms) X- house and locality tho best! gentlemen. IOTH ST., 40 WEST In refined, comfortable ' house, largo room; gentlemen only; breakfast call tte served. 17THS.T,"l!l WF.rT. Nicely furnished rooms for I faintly, also small rooim parlor dining room; reference. rflnts ntul SVwtmtntr) So Xtu CNTII NT,, 140 AM) 14a i:NT.Slx rooms, halls hoatnil, SiM. T-Jli nt., mil KisT. n and 4 rooms. $0 to tin. i.kiTosj A., lits-ilT?. B rooms and liaili, hnll heeled, 817 to sat. ion li nt., iih vtr.vr.-0 rooms and bath, steam heat, S.intotl.V C'iii.iimiii'n a., nmii, nni, nan. ft rooms and Kith, ateam heat, sM to 1:10. lldTII NT., lit untT.-l rooms and bath, heat, hot water, 120. 1U till ST., nut KtfT.-Extra wide ilnglo flat, 8 looms and bath, Stts to s'ln. 1U3TII NT., VIJJ-'JJK u Itvr. ft rooms and bath, stoalit heat, fii to (US. III4TII HI.. 1 lift -.KIT r.HT. (1 rooms and bath, steam heat, hot wab-r, S'.'O tn S2.V 13111 II NT., fllM RiNT. tlroniiis, Sltiand (19. Apply to Janitors on premlseaor MAC-AY A DA VMS. 44 Pine St. THE FIFTH AYI3.MJIV in:,7anrt !0.1H fith iW.. rorntr h.Mhht. Elegant npnrtinoutri. 0 and lc roon.r, anil bath. Qrf at Inducements oiTemi. Amity to V. O K011KUT3. fru.iLTlntpnilent. "THE CEIMTRAL." BB Wai ihlnifton Square. Soulht eoen rooms and bath all light. refereuearequlredt see Janltr. a sjKivTirii.iii.xiiH. Northwest i-orner 7ih av, on'l 1 IUIIi at., one block from elevated Matlou; itiienl location In New Yorkt 4 and ft larito all outside room; open plumbing! great iDdueetiionts Rents lib to 8JS. Apply on premise. A FIRST FLOOR 0 "nlceTroonist range." tub. o.t rent, 12B mOnthi onlv one iithir family In house. Ottu lid av.t keys In second floor. ltt'I.ASD WII1T1N0, ft llrekman St. IEIIOY ST.," IIS, near Bedford rniir'largp, light J roouist all ltnproveiiieut't tow rent. Janitor. 1fril .ST.. 1M7. iilu w.ST.-Klcgaiit apirlinentTi li three rooms! all Improvement; ill ftu,$14fi0. Qwril.ST., .'.a-ftir.' tttretteflat'! 4rnnms. tilth. OOranRr.and private hall; nun reduced. See Janitor, 19rriIST,24SEKST. Apnrtments uf thice and tJ four room,; ill light room, cheap rent 1 flr,t 8T" ,5" WESI Five Urne rooms "and XJJ bath! private street! select teuauts only; rent SI 7. see Janitor. fflntjs ami Svpartmrnts SJrodhttjn. V STORE and 4 rooms, over whole house, with good eellir and yards 7lrl Bedford av., near Park av., Brooklyn; to let, 817 mouth. FLATS, 811 and 812 month: ft nice roomsfrangei tubs. Ac: new brick building. Vtuuftft De Kalb av.. near Sumner av., Brooklyn. Seo Janitor. (furnished f fatjs Co let. I7LATS AND APARTMENTS, unf urnlihed, furnished. . In desirable loo tloa; rent $540 to gtl.nOO FOhSOU BROTHERS. r-Ur, Broadway, cur 13th St. Ju'eliinn Souses Co Zet iCitg. DESIRABLE HOUSES, furnished and unfurnished, tn dmlrable location's rent 11.2011 to SD.OOO. rOLMOM BROTHERS, 835 Broadway, cor. lath st. Co 3pet for Buj5lnri6.6 purposes. BUILDINGS, stores, lofts, olTtces, and studio to lot In ill airitlt- locations, KOliOM IiROTlIhltS, 3S Broadway, cor. 13th at. BUILDINGS, Mores. Lofts, and Ofllcea to let; a large number. HULAND ft WHIT1NO, ft Iteekman st tpo LET Three nne torts. S.'.xioo ftTeacn. s'ngiy or X together. In the substantial building. 48K Piarlsl.; an office ou second floor can. b ba with them If de sired; tine accommodations foraaulistsntial printer and lithographer, from such tho rent, to a lar e x teul. would tie taken in work; equally desirable for (almost) any manufacturing business. Apply on ths premise. steal tfjstateov .Sate Xong Ifslaml. THE SUN A 11C 7-iV Harlem Branch 119 west 125th street V"OIWU hUOHK OK Li.NO hUM) Hour from - clt,vlih line lewof bouud, a U-autlful sum mer rir winter homo Tor taleer c.ea,i; nearly j-i'w motlfrn huurv, latest stjle of architecture, with IS rooms and rvcrj improvement; ampin plarztu, porte coo hero and tow pr.atahlM.carrUire onJ poultry liquet, pigeon cornl, Ji amse umnierpaAIu. ntiticonserra tory: Saues of (.neat high land, with grAnrt Tiws of nne country for miles; nil IaM out In landscape, walk, ami drive; flowr ImmI, lnn. lifutw, atmu flaur of fruits, fliuk'e KUnlcn No n prtonnIilt'olTer will he refuned. and the greater pirt if thi price may remain on morttraiffl at fi ter petit. I(iiUa furnUheu. J'otarrt'iloii nt onrrv Hhotoiiraph wlili THOMAS V VW NK. iffl Hroadway. 5iicRES FOR S150 At Putihogue aud MfUford, I. I.. eay terms! $2 Ser month and up For particular call or write to . L. SCHWLNCKK. Ijind and line.tment Company. B7iVrj74 Broadway. New York. Sent (Estate jPor nlr SvoohUm. AFOUll-STORT double flat, with all tmproiements, tn Brooklyn; pays 10 per ct ut. on the lnrestment; a big bargain. R. I: , box 184 3uu ofllee. -J Sent Cjstate or nle 3tw Iferaeu. AOKSCV FOR ALL T1IF. ORANOES. V. J., also for Morrlstown and Bernardsvllle property. eery de aerlptlon ; sale and r. ut. K. P. HAMILTON CO.. OB Broadway. N. Y. "l"jMAIKM lnnTMCTf "Large lots, 7h; terms SV.dO mouthly; blghRround; near liouses, WKATIIKRIir. '."7I Broadway. eal estate forate--taten lloland 1 ARINF.RS HARBOR. Stnten Island Nine room atl houso, stable, anil alxttt-u tuts llariitu to cash buyer. W. II. 1'F.RRV -CO., Port Richmond. ot nle or Jo et Cltu. T WOODLA.WN HEIOHTS, CITV-Chulee cottages, P rooms, all Improvements, to let; tlH per mouth, or sold on vsaj terms. 1RV1NO, tilft Madison ar. jRenl estate Sox ale Countru. S" AVE TIIK BAIHEsX-Two room house and lot. tion"; . - larger Loii.C'ttiiproiKrllon;eui tnstallint'iittthlKh ground ;rileo illaKH.vii itdles. upeiilug for liuteher, baker, nilauraut. hMITH, 2x9 Broadway, room iiSU. teal estate or JSnle Ttrpiniti. BKAUTIFUL 05-ACRF. FARM In healthiest section or Virginia for 9700; only email cash payment; balance $1 or more weekly; good 4-roomed house, with extension; new stable; good barn, fine orchard, elrgant spring, pure water; about 20 acre open laud, balauoo flue Umber; wlthlu one mile of station and beautiful town! very desirable property and cheap. Full Informntloa of IIIHI.EV, lit Chambers st. business etieouals. IADT wantatmmedlately 153,000 for half her real I eatatet eapttaltst preferred. Addreaa A. B., box 193 Bun office. Oeean steamers. C1UNARD LINF.TO LIVKRPOOL.VIA QUnHNSTOWN. From I'ler 41), N. It , foot of Clarksou st. Campania Aug. 31, 1 1 A. M.iLueanla Hept, 4, II A.M. Umlirlu. .Aug. lid, a P. 51 l.trurla Sept. 11, U P. M. KXTIIt Htll.lMit, hervla Aug. 'Jt.lioou I Aurauta . .ent. 7. noou VKItNONH.nitOVNftCO..Uen A'i.4llollng(lreen, ItlAIKIi KTKANSHII JO." liKl.ltillTl'lJi, K'i:a illll'K. Only direct lino for Cott mo Cllv, Muss . and Port Unit, Mo. UteumerH sail every week dm, oxeepc Wednewtiiy. from l'ler No. !W, 11. II.. at ft V, M. rues daj.lltursday.and hatimlay steamer stop at Cottage City l ll route! the new H H.Jtlll.N I'.MII.Ih SH Mon las ami Krhlaya for Portland rtlrci'i. t'ouuei tlona liuido fur Bar Harbor. Old On hard, i'olniiil Uprlli. White Mouutaliis, M. Joiiu. N II . and ull Kasti ni sum mur resorts, steauieis lilted nlth etrry iiuiilinilm pruvemeul fur comfort and eom entente, r tourists. The most comfortable route for all points liusi.n-'tes. kltutliu n i changes. Ilckets ma Im piinliawil ut Maine h. 8. Cum) an) 's uftlie, No '.'Til Brovlway, at the ofllcu No. riri houlh st.. iipiKislle the l'ler, and Thiw.Cook & hoti, sail ami 1 ;.' Bro idwa) )iniTuKitMAN7.IAlVII hTnaM-"!!!! '''', N bllORT ROflK Tn I.tlNllD.S ASH CONTINENT. FAHT KXPltrsS IrAMIXS Lahu,Tu.,Aug. l, I ii A M Kaali'.lu.M'pl 7.10A.H. ,U4l','T-oS:,1.mlHsJTi;JSW,,,1V!re? OLD DOIVIINION LINE. Mill I" Vllll'Hl.li. Nborlesl Men lrl'i Out or i'" ' s OvIUhtft'l tours to Hill Point Comfort. Norfolk, Ken port .Sims. Pel i.luirg. l'lirisnii'iilh. Pliiiier a Point. HVlunmi 1. VIkIi.1 i Heaeh, a . utnl ashing, ton. I), u. Freliiht mil l-assjngarsteoiiiem all f tout l'ler i'H, North River a t Hick Hay except Hatur dayat UP M.. ami atuiiln at 4 1 'SI V L. ill'll.i M'll I'1 I'ri " ' "ml T'mr Mgr. Ths new rnliiMren l'aemier Meamshlp ROTTERDAM, of the llid.l lfili.Mir.im A MM!, will suit for liouliiine i r Mer l-ondi ii aud Parts), uii I llotteplum ill N.TI Ill'tV. cltlTKHIIKIt ITII. INOJ, at 111 A V ' Huoerlor nr-onunod.tl(Mns. Cheap ralf I. Ap plTl.lleieral Passenger lg. nr-yif the HOLLAND AMKHll'A LINK. i) Uriia.lway, Xtwa nrlt CU. "White star line. aisasi ": sss I vSut.-iep',:-,?: sss NO COTTON l AKRIKD 11Y PAhl-E.NIlEH HTKAMERH. Vlar aB North lUver. OflP Broadway. New York. J"r",fu H.UAlTLANDBy,(ettt. tttii-U Oeenu tenmern. CTUAM E RIC AN rUNE. NF.U OUK SOUTH AMPTON-(lindon-I'arls). , Salllnn every Wednes lay at 1U A. M. ?' 5 AJJJl Mm. xn st i-At'i. sept, is W-.';"UIS- .Mpt. l Hl.niuts. ., .sept, lit! iHl. e.ept H, PARIS Sept. VO RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP ., .. . ""iUK iverj Wednesday. Routhwark.Aug aft. u p Fr slaml .Sept. rt. noon Mwnl and, H,-pi. I. tiwm Ki'iialnatnn .Sept 16. noon I.NTI1RN riONAI. NAVKIATlON COMPAN V Piers 14 and 1ft, North River, llftl r illlunllnglireen. HAmBURGMERICAN LiWEi TWIS-si Rl-.W ll.M'llV.ss from New York to phni otilh (London i, Cherbourg, Paris, nnd Hamburg. Norninnnla. All !.'(!, 10 A M F lilsmarek.Sep.lil.lOA.M. Columbia. R pt ". 0 A SI Niiriiisiinla.Sep.'.'H.lliA.M, A. Victoria. Sept li. It A M Colunib a. sept, tin, "A.M llAMllURO Si:ilVII'E. tiy Twin Screw Mall s. H. Talatla Aug.81,11 SUA I I Pru.sla Aug 21. 7 A.M. FIrsleah.,g7ftU); seeotntelass.fttlli steerage, 8:10. Iliiin!iiira-..iiierlt-nn l.lne, nT llronrtwni. teaiitDouts. NORWICH LINE.' For New bunion, Wauh Hill, Bloek Islono, and F.ast era ltesorls, alvi Worester nd North or Boston nud Kast. Steamer City of liuell or City of Worcester leavi's Pier 4tl (Old No ) N. It., next Drsbrnsies st , w eek ilai s nnlv at n P. M Orchestra on each Rates to ltl.o 'K ISLAND reduced. Connection mado Weilc Days and Sundays. FALL RIVER LINE For Newport, Fall Hln-r, Hunt on, Martha. Vlnoynrrt, Natitnolcot, Cn,-fl Co!, anil all KuattTU ami .Vorthem Mountain, Inland, ami Heanhoro iiolntri, Hteameri I'rltdllaninl Ttirltan In coniinlsulon Finn orchestra on each. tnp IMr !, N )t , foot of Murray ht., wt'fk layB ant Btimlnr at 5;H0 p. M. PROVIDENCE LINE For Provlilenra direct, Itoitou and all Inland and Beaihore IUsorts Kant and North thereof hteamen riltirlm and I'lymouth OrcheBtra on each. Leavo Tier nil, N It , n.i block above Canal it., week days oulj.at a.30 1. M STONINCTON LINE Frr HdlilnKton, NurraKauett I lcr. Watch 1 1 lit, n. ton, and all I'uIlU Kait. IStc-Ciera Malno aud New HanipMhlre. Lcavu Tier 3tt, N. It,, unu block abovo Canal nt., week days only, at ft I'. M. iii'iim lttiFti 11 ivi.m;iit. 1'AI.ACB IKON DAY MNK hTEAMEIlS. .r.U' HHt 14 and AMIAT," FlneHt and faitrnt river Htamera In tho world. Uallv xce)t huiulay. Leavci Brooklyn, Fulton ht (by Afnex).,.,fl A.M. " Nun York, tifr-broaKeri st lior :40 " " Went ,21 ht. IMer 9 ForAMIAW, landltiKut Yunken, West Point, New IrnrR, Foughkeeptdf, KltiRAtoti Point, Catiklll, and 11 mi sun Direct connection on the KlnfTrittjn Point dock with U. and Ii trains for Calnklll Mountain points and for Lakes Mohouk and Mlmii'wunka. At Catiklll with tlm Catfklll Mountain and Otis Kl. Hallway for Cairo and mountain reform. Hallroad cuunoctloni at NelurR, Poughkerpulp, II ml mi. Hnd Albany for point North, EaM, and eit. hpfilalhuratok-a train, TUroUKh tickets Ruld at DenhroMe it pier. West '"4d nt. plr-r. New York Transfer, und other principal ticket oITlces. LONG ISTAWAWPGllSim t-ur Orient, titeHiuer(4lShlnuts:ockandMuutauk Hbrltrr l-land, Ihvo New York dally (except buu- reenpurt. (dayn) at OP M, Hatnrdayt at 1 Nouthniti J M from Pier 40, E. II., like Mlp. nuHwiwiu, Saturday's boat doen not ro to Mock Bar Harbor. T,,in,, and Tuesday's, Thursday'a, Bnd nd Saturday's boat does not k to RIoeli lalntid. IHutithold. Albany Evening Line. ' Bteamers ADIUONDACK and JOEAN RICIUIOND lw Old rifr 41, N ll., foot Canal it . at 6 P, M .dally (Hutidas excipied). connecting with trains for haratotfa. Lake (leurKe, Adlromla' kit, hharon Springs, Hlctitlelu :pnu&-r.. Tlioutand Islands, Niagara Falls, and the Wrat Satunay nlgbt stt amer connects w I in isunday mornlni( train for SarxUMa, North Creek, Caldw t II, and hteatnrr on Lako Geiu ge. HARTFORD LINE from Pier li i, Ca.ii Hlver. dall exrept Sunday nt 5 P. M., for CtMin-ftlfut Hlver landliifs, connecting for SprlnRfldd, Worcester, Hostou, and all New England point M, hatuiday ex urn Ions at reduced rates. TROY BOATS. ' Fare to id! rf -n-ts corth and eat low, r tban any I other roule. CITY OK TROY er hAHATOOA leaTes foot West 10th st dally, ejeept Saturday, rt I" M. - , press trains fjr aratl)f;l. Lake Oeorite, Adirocdacks, ' m.c. Sunday ateaniur tuucties at Altauy. "I AMSHF.I.l. LINT -steamers leave Pier 34, St. R . ' li ro.itrrauklliist., tor (.'raeaton's. Wert Point, C. Id I ti,rln. Cornw 11. Flhklll Landlu;. and Niwliurs: pk daj s lexeeid Saturdai ) r P. M.t Raturdae 3 P.M.; Sundaja U A. L. landltiB at lH3d at., N. H.. 9.30 A. M. tTKII.I. iie.vim; lik. Steamers KAATf.RKILL and CAT.-KILL leare oery week duy at 0 1'. 31 from fool of Christopher at.. N. It.. roane.-itug at Cataklll with mountain tralrs. StateriHims llKhted tiy eleetrlclty. Bleycles carried free. Horses and carrUfrea taken, bend to pier or to I Calsklll for deserlpllre folder. 1II'I1SII III Kit STKinElt IRI POIVELL. Ilallv (except sjrdsys). leaving Dehrosses st. 11:10 P M. (Salurdais 1 45 P M.). Wesl Xid si. BittO P. St. (Saturdays i! P. M I for CRANSTON'S. WEST POINT, CORNWALL. Nr.WHURO. NEW IIAMIlUItCl, MILTON. I'OL'OIIKKEPalK. RONDOCT, and KINGSTON. KINfiSTON LINE. West 10th st. Dally 4 P. M. Sat urdj)at 1. hteamera IIALIIWIN and HOMER for Cornwall. NewburK. New IlauiburR, Marlboro. Mlltou, PouKhkeep.le. Hyde Park, tupus. Kingston, eonnect 1 hk with U. ft 1). It It. ror all points In Cataktlls. Mtu IIAVKV Fare, tl : EXCURSION, 1.50i Sun ilars. Excursion. tl.Oil. Fast steamers li are Pier 2S, E. ll. week dats.:l P.M. an la rildnlr.ht; Sun dat.. Ditto A. M. and 12 mldnlghti week da steamers connect on whirr Uth trains for Merlaoti. Hartford, Sprlnnfleld, aud points north. iiimov ami cnxNtruiR iiotT From fotn of ChrlMopher st.. every week day at 0 P. M., connectlne with II. & A. R. II. at Hudson. gBilroafts. Lehigh Valley System. Stations foot of West HSd Ft (Penn. It. R.). Cortlandt or Deshrosst'S St. indicates time from Wist Jd st. Other figures show time from Cortlandt or lle.brosaea St. una. Situ A M dally (Sunday fl:4B. 7 A.M.) for MAUC1I CHUNK and Intermediate statlona. JlS.t. sails A. 11. dallv for WILKF-SBARRE, SCRANTON (Meek dais) EI.MIRA (week dava), ITHACA. HF.NKVA.ROCUE6.TER, 1IUFKAI.O. MAO ARA FALlt, nud the Wist and principal local points; dliiltu; car and chair car to Iluffalo Mtii'JS. niiHO a. M.. Mindajs only, for BOUND BROOK aud Intermediate stations. MOrjn, ioi.io A. M. dalls, ex-ept Sunday, for MAI'CHCIIUNK and Intermediate points. 1 lifts, 1'JtOO noon dallv. except Sunday. " IIIiACK DIAMOND KX1MIK8S." Arrlws BurTalo tl'SA P. M Pullman Vestibule Day Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service. Meals a la carte. Conn, cts at Buffalo with through slrerers to Detroit and Chicago. ia:J5. iiinti p. M. dally, except bunday, for MACC1I CHUNK and tnterniisllate points. i3i.1S, lilS P. , Suudaya only, fur EASTON, MAt'l-lt I'HItSK. anil lli cnni firMiii-ht.A. lin, 1 1 Hi p. at. dallj. except Sunday, for WILKEMIARHK. PITTSTON, SCRANTON. anj prin cipal Intermediate stations. Connects for all points la coat rettlotiH. chair ear for Wllkesbarre. ilisn. lito I. M. dally, exiept Sundar, for WILKEhllARRF. PITTSTON, KCRANTON. and prtn cljiat IntermidlatH ststlons. Connects for all points In coal reKlous; Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Wllkisbarre. , SiAS, ft i IS P. M. dally for EASTON and Inter mediate stations, SiA.t, tlillsp. M dally, except Sunday, Express for M.ATINUTON and principal Intermediate stations. I Connects for Readmit and HarrlsburR. Chair car to SlatliiKion. ilisn, TlOII P.M. dally for HUFFALO. NIAOARA FALLS, and alt points West. Pullman sleepervestt, bulo train N. V, to Chicago, sieeiwrs to Buffalo and Toronto. 7lftr, Winn P. M dally, except Sunday, stopping; only at SOUTH PLA1NKIF.LD. I'.ASTON. UET1II.E HFM. MAUtll Clll.SK. L. II. Jl'NCTION. 8AYRE, (IhNKVA. IKK'HF.STHl, I1ATAV1A, aud Ul'FFAI.O. Pllllmau sleeper for BillTaln. None lint sleeping car pavsenaers carried NobaRgage carried. Ni5a. II I no p. M dall fur ITHACA, OENF.YA. ROCHKSTFR, BL'l FALO. MAOARA FALLS and all pnlutaWist. Pullman sleeuers to Mlktsburre and IllLica. Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for BOL'NU BROOK nllit Intermediate Kilnts. leave ns fol Ions ssinS, UiUO A. M , 1:33, a;:lO, ILtlf). -4jao, and B.m. flttin p. m flektts ami Pullman accommodations ntl!3,3nt. 27.1. tlAA.UII, amlltl'J.lllmadway. ill II. Mill at., lor, K. la.'itli t., r.'i JliiMrry N. i miii l-iillnn at., 4 Court st . lis H'wa, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn. N. Y Transfer Co. will cnll for and check battgaaa from hotel ur residence through todestltiattou New York and BostonAIMRaiT N. Y., N II 11 It. P.. uud eounectlons, i From UrauilCentral station. Inve. Byatuf Due. H:ii4 A M, Springfield and Woicester, ilttm P. M. I Id 00 A. JL.HNeM Londou ami I'rnvl.lenee, il:im P M. 10,0 I K, M.. Ni w Luuilon and I'roildeuce, -l''to P M. r.'-'iOM,, si rlngtlel I und Worcester, 6 4ii P M. 5l:uu p. M Air 1. ne aud N E. It It., fltiiii P M. l:ll'J P. M., New luuilon aud Prill lilenee, 700 P. M. II mi P. M New Loudon ami I'rm Idence, 0 tin P .M. ftuiP M eprlmtlleld and Won ester, in nop M. (run p l , s.Ni-w London and Pun Idence, 1 1 ml P M I 11 imp. M sprlnitneld an I Wuicster, Hi IS A M. IK nop s.Ni-w Loudon and Prut Idence, it a,1 A. M Iti.us dully, Including Sunday, tilii) st He l.tmltedi all parlor cars; fare $7. In cluding parlor usr aat. ;Alr l.iuel.lmttedturilresat anil depiits from Park Square stutloii, Boston. Return serilcn same hour and I same routn. Through parlor and sleeping curs by each train. C, T.JIF.MPhTLAI), lien. Puaa Agent. BALTIMORE & OHIO l.iuv e Ni n ori . lutrcall Terminal, dalh CIIICAi.o. ItttiP. M and It! in night. I'niiHL'lttl.atiiai-a Siinday. liSSsun iivtniilgbt. Cl.'.CINATl. ST. Lulls. t:.',.-i A M.. 4 fift P V WAslllNUTON. BALTIMORE, 7-.V1, .i .11 (Lining Car), II '-.', A. 51. (Pining Can. I i.i ii-V3 ilUnlug Car). I 1 illliili.KCari, vm p M , v in uljht. Sun iluy.li ii HlntngCir. lt.'.'S A M lUulug Can. I Mi (Dliiliig i ir), 4:66 (Dliilng Carj, 1 Jj P M, I'.'.lti uli-ht .NiiliviiI.K. 11:26 A. V dulh NFV. ' HLK.SHilliriiitilialirn 4 13 1' M.dnl'j. Train' leavo foot LUrij st 6 iniui.ti s later. All iriUisaralllumlniied wltli I'l i Hghl. Ortlier llil, 178, '.'ill, 4,11. lito iTiu.'Inai, ll In,t 14lb i ISfBuwery, .Sew York t IIMW, till Fulton at.. Brooklyn: Whitebait Terminal. Baggage checked flora hotel or naldeuoe to desltuailuu. fissarta. vaFej ," JysA(vts. Snilroitas. W -m "AMERIOA'O 0RCATI8T RAILROAD. Q NE-WYORK ll Antral :: -- & HUDSON RIVER R. a THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE. I All througli trains stop at Alban , Utlcn, Syracuse, v ' , Rochester and llutlalo. v. j I Trains leae(irand Central Stutlon, 4)M Street and ,. i I Fourtli avenue, asfnllonsi '.11 7.KliA. M.-AlllltONIlAC'K MOUNTAINS. THOU. ) I I I .0t SAMI ISLANDS', AM) MllNTItKAI.HPF.CIAL, ' , J , Dilh.exiept Sunday For AillrmidaikMouutalns, i' is Thuusaiid Istnnds, ami Moutrml. f.J 8.QM A. M. Dallv except Sunday. The, famous '( ( :OU f.MPIKi: STATE EXPRESS LIMITED. Fa.t- ', est tram In the world. Due Buffalo nt 4-1.1 p. M J fr i Nlni.iru Falls 6 6,1 P. M., Toronto s-V.1 P. M. This ' Xs train Is P'nlti it to ll seating ealiao ly. . (ti 9,6 .A M -FASI MAlLJiallj ror poughkeepsle. Jtth Ot Albanv. I'tlcn. Syracuse, Rochester. liiitTato, IJ-u ' Mnvara 1 alts, and (lei eland. faV 9. IMA. M -SAHATOIIA AND MONTREAL BPB- . fit , IWCIAL, Dallj, except Sunday For Catsklll . :ft. Mountains, Troi. Saratoga, Lako Oeorge, Urrea J3t II Mounlulns, nnd ?! intresl. fl; , m lfl.flll-V- M.-NOR1H SHORE LIMITED. Dally '' K j XUvUv4-lioiir tnilii to Chicago Ma .Michigan Ceu- ul ; tr it route. Due Buffalo s:40 P. M., Niagara Falls ',(' H nil p M Clilengo Pino A. M. Carries Bleeping IE- l and druuluu-room cars only. uf , 9 lVJIl.l. M -IUY r.XI'HKss, except Sunday , ,iBS I 1 IWIalUror Mllllirnnl., calsklll .Mountains, and all .jjSi f M Imtiortanl New York State points , f! 1 ,( U I'M. tsliUIIIWI.STKHS LIMITED. Dally i j!J M I I ,Vvy For Columi,us, (ln lunatl, Indltnapolls, and Ifrtf M ' st Imts. stops at I'ougliKeep-le. 'Ilf m 1.(11 IP M -CHI Add SPKl IAL, Dnll For De- ' iM M ,UW troll, Clevelnnd, Toledo, and Chicago, stop ,Jj! Ht Poughkeei sleulid Sehi net tail) . Hs ' 3.a)i l P. M THOY AND SAIHTOUA SPECIAL, ex. ,, W, fl .Jeept Sundiii-Ior tiarrlsim's (West Point), iflB; i , Pollghkeepsle, Allianv, uud Trol , llii H r,Cl P. M.-LAKi: silORr. LIMITED, Dally at- ; -T H UsUlJ tiour train to Chicago, via I.nke slioro route. 4'C' H DuelleMlaud 7:Ki, T!,do lll.tlu A. M Chicago lit H 4'OOP M Thtstr.itn innni'its nt Clevelnnd for ' ' f IncmULtl.dl.n 4:66 P. M , and nt 1i.le.lo Tor St. I'-HflH Louts, due 10.16 P. M., duo Kansas City next ) 'm-iM inorulug. Carries sleeping aud draw Ing-room cars 'rLl onlv. V.IIH G.fwtP. M. WESTERN EXPR1.S1, Dallv-ForNI- t .yjVJ ugara Falls, flea eland, Inl-do, Dotrull, Chi- i OB H eavn. Cincinnati, aud St. Lnuls. t ti GH fi.firi'. M. VDIROS'DACK MlU'NTAINH. TIlOTf. "- iSiH U.,.)sNI ISLANDS, AND MON1 HI' L KXPIIESS. . Datt) tor Adirondack Mounlulns, 1 uousaud 1st s. 'HlH onds, 'lud Montreal. '9aH 7.1 WW- M.-.SOItrllERN EXPRES1, Dally-For .' 1Y t .UWTioy, Plaltsliurg, Burlington, Montreal, and, . jB,H xeept Satilnln) nights. Ottuwa ! IS 7.QHP. M-IILT1ALO SI'hCHL. Dally-For :3tl .0 Rochester, Buffulo, Niagara Fulls. Toronto, '' VSI.KI i leaeland. Inillaiiapolls, St 1 o,ils. and Chicago. tTI'Hil 9 .(lO 1'- M.-SPKC1AI, LIMITED MAIL. Dally ijllBl .IJ (sleeping car passengers onl)h or iiolnts on . MiMKl Fall Brook Railway, via t ons,i,nil for Hioh ster, M,W'8 I unalo.Clevel , nil, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. 'll-Hlt 9.1 r P. M PACIFIC EXPRESS. Dall) For Syra- !W.H . J. J cuse, Oswego, Walertown. Ogitensburg, Buf- - -IrfiHfl fa.o, Mugjra atls, Cleveland. Toledo. Chicago, ' fw and, except Saturdays, forCape Vincent and tho m. K Auliorn road. .sTJ' IV 1 O.i ( N1UHT MIDNIOIIT EXPRESS. Theatre 4W,' 11 , XZ i.iyj train for ChK ago and principal points oa Ht lil the New York Central every night except Sunday i$m jm nights. Sunday nights, Chicago sleepers leave oa 'l, H :(.". train ':. It OiOUA. M. and runs P. at. Dally, rxeept Bunday, 1M; ) to Plttsilcl.l. via Harlem Division ft' n Olio A. M. Sundaiaonty to Plttstleld and the Berk- IX. H ahlre Hills, via ihe Harlem Division. f( M l "ALL MOIIT" TRAINS TO YONKERS. JSl , All night "trains run betwreDlKOthst. and points H U Ion the Putnam Dlalslou as far as Yonkers, In connec- ''t'aV fl tlon with the elevated road. The only line running YM. V " all night" trains out of Now York. ui f Wagner Palace Cars on all through trains. fv, W Trains Illuminated with Plntsch light E, l Tl. reta and Wa;uerof!lees at Oram! Central Station. Jfil. , 118. irtl. SIS Broadway, at East 14thst.. 04 Broad- j' way, St'.l Columhns av , 111 W st ltI6b St.. and ldstn IS'B st a-atlon. New York: 3IIS and 'J0 Fulton st. and WH 10ft Broadway. E. D . Ilnxiklyn. 'MH Haggag eheckeil from hot I or residence by the - 'jBH WesU-ott Expr as Company '3H I JOHN M TOUCEY. OEOilOE H, DANIEI.t. , IHfl I General 3Iauager. General Paasenger Agent; vl I -. ix'H Pennsylvania 11 bTATlONS lut or nt.i mint) tuird street and Des- 'JMOWWm brusses and Cortlandt streets. f'lH i (2 "Theleaalng time from Dasbroases andCortlandt l'tl streeta Is five minutes later than tbat given below for 'ifrftavlaH Twent3-thlrd Strct station. ' .ij H , T 1.1.1 .. St. FAST 3IAII Pullman Bullet Parlor Y 'IH CirN'ew York to Pltta'jurg s.ptng Car Pltuburg VlH to Cnlcago. No courb. s to PItlal urg. ' l HI.1.1A. Jl. FST USE Pittsburg and Cleveland. . )i II inn A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMIIED. Pullman jH Comparmient bleeping. Dining, smoking, and Ob- : lH servatloll Cars. 1-or chicakO. ClevelHUd. oledo. tlH Cincinnati, Indlanapidls Louisa lll. St. Louts. 'iH I LIS I. .SI. CHICAKO A .."II ST. I.OUlh 1 XPHESS. 4 ,)H I rorNaibllle ivla Cincinnati). Chicago. St. Loula. 14H,T SiSS P. M. WE TERN EXPRESS. For Cleveland, .A'HBIt' Chicago. For Toledo, except Saturdav. ,ftK Tiaol'. Tl. SOUTHWESTERN LPRESS ForClD- &lll clnnatt. Indianapolis, St. Louis. JfiriKl Ti05 1. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For Pltuburg and V'MM Chicago. Couuecis for Cleveland and Toledo ex- f .fl cept Saturday. I tHI UAMIlXa.TIIV AMI TIIK SOLTII. V llfflfl 7:66. 6:26. ll:26, U:66 Dining Car), 10:66 A. M., 12:66. a .SWfM 1:66 (.1.16 "Congressional Llm.." all Parlor and !M Dining Cars). 4:26 (Dining Car). 4:66 (D nlng Can. J IMI 9:56 P.M.. 12-10 night Sunday, s-25. B:26. 10-61 J 'MM A.M (S-16 "Congrt-sstonal Llm ." all Parlor and 3ffi- DtnlngCarsi. 4:26 (Dlulng Car), 4.66 (Dln,ng Car), tlW't: 8:6... p. M.. 12:10 night. , Ml! SOUTHERN KAILWAY.-F.xpress, 4:S6 P. ., 12:10 J (Hi night dally. 5 U ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Express, .S5 A.M. and . Iffci ' (-55 P. M. dally. k Mi , CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. 4:65 P. H. -' IK, uallv. '. ;Afc FllR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK. 7:55 jBl A. SI. win k days and 7:55 1'. M. dallv. lfl. ATLANTIC CITY. WeBt Twenty-third Street Station. , ill 1:21 P.M., and Deabrosaea anil Cortlandt streets. , M I:.1ill' M. weekdays. , '$, CAPEMA'i. WestTwenty-thlrdStreetStatlor, 12:55 , t ; (through l'arlor Can and 1:25 P. M aaeek days. -f lilt Ilesliraewes and Cortlandt btreets, 1 00 and 1.50 f Bt. P. M. week days f 'M Long Branch, Asbury Park (InterKken Sundays), f. Ocean Grove, and Point PIi-asHntifnuu West Twentj- -, MA third Street Station), 7:25. h 5.1. l':55. 11-16 A. M. I !K" (12:65 saturdaa a only). 1:55. .:.';. :i:16. :':55. 1:55. BJ- (1:51P.M. Sundaas.7:55.t).2riA M..4 55PM (from -JVW De.bnw.m and Cortlandt .-treat.). i.tn, 7 lt. V 10, M 10.110 A.M.. 12:10 (1:SU Satnrdaas oulj ). 2-30. S.10, KJi tl:4l. 4:21), 5:10, 7:00 P. M. Sundays, :15, U:45 A. rar, M, 5:13 P.M. & '' kiii rim. tuFi. riii s.. , M, 0:15, 7:25. 7-M. 8:25, b:6.1, :25 V:55 Penna. Llnv ' liEiJ' Ited). U:51 (Dlulng Car). 10.5.1. 11.65 A. M.. 12:55, it j)- 1 65, 2:55. 11:56. 4:25. 4:25 (Dining Car.. 4 .15 (Din- -, j lugCar). 5:55 iDlnlng l an. 7 in. T -Ll. S.55P. M.. ; Mi 12.10 ulgbt. Suuilass. 0 16, i ,15. s;25. s.5.1, 11:2.1, 2 ifJ; 11.55 (Limited). 0:55. 10:55 a M . I.. 15 i Dining Carl. li 8:55. 4:25 (Dining Can. 4-5.1 tDlldng Car). 5:59 .ML (Dining Can. 7:40. 7:55, s 5.1 P M. 12:in night. S 'JIj Ticket olttces Nos 401. W44, I It'll. 1S28, 111, and 2(11 J 'JIB', Praiailnay; I Astor llou-e. West Tuent.a-thlrd IWi Street station; and stations foot ot Desoro.es and JM- Cortlandt streets: 4 Court Street. MIO Fu ton Street, f. frh US Broadavua, and Brookljn Annex Station. Brook- Tj 'iOi lvn: Station. Jersev Cite The New York Transfer 3 VIA Company will call for and -hc k liaggago from HiC holt-ls ami resldinccs through to distlnatlon. f, .nB. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J H. WOOD. a, Alt General Manager. ileneral Paaa'r Agent. 9 'til. w ,m F.I.AVAItK. Lil'Ktti t.A Jt Wr-STEIC fc ' ll. II. jBT Illations In ."seav lork, Tuot or lUarelay aand "1 gSM rlirlslmilier Hta. Vyt VKSTIIH'I.K TIII. Pll.l.tl IllITET ,mi CARS. l'lTr)ril l,li:ilT. M ! Direct route to Newark. Iiloomtleld, Montclatr, the fflrH Oranges, Summit, llrmardaallle, Baklng Ridge. Mad- M km Ison, Morrlstouu, Passaic. Patersou, lloontou. Dover, f 1H Stanhoiie, Neaaton. lludd's Lake. Lako Ho atoong, J) 1fl llBckittstnivu, Sihooley'a Mountain, Washington, 5 o II Phlllllisburg, Eaaton, Water Oap,8troudsburg,Pocono , '! S Mountain, Scrnnton, PHtatou, Wllkeabarre, Nantl- ' coke, Iianvllle, Northumlierland, Montroaa, lllngbam ,f, ton, oxforat, Norwlcli, Waterallle, Utloa. ItlnbOrld !1 Springs, Cortland, Sjracuse, Oaaa ego, Ithaea, Oavego, I . Klmtrj. Corning, Bath, Danivllle, Buffalo, and all if, olnts West, Northwest, and Southwest. ft itiu . si. Binghauitou JIall. stopa at principal jr. - stations. -it llliilll A. M. (Cafe car) Duffalo. Scranton. Blng- . K ; liamtou, Osavi go, Itliuea, Elmlra. Syracuse, and Oa- ; vaego Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars. Con : ! neetlng at Buffalo with trains for Chicago and 1 , IHilnts Meat. Pullman parlor car New York to , ft Hl.hlli'1.1 springs 7 ", ; lion H. M. Scrantnn, lllughamton, and Elmlra Ex- i ; press 1'iilluiull liuffet liarlorcars. I -1 ti 4lifiu l. .SI. Scrnnton. Wllkesbarre. and Plymouth I I Express. Pu.lui in biuret parlor oars. 4. ( fi 7HM1 1. SI. illall) -Chicago Veatlbule Itmltid Rx- 4 ' 1 Pres for Scr.mlou. Biughamtou, r.linlni. Buffalo. i ' y ullliiuu bulTit sleeping cur, New urk to Chicago. f ,, Dlulng car aaest or RiltTHlo Jl -1 if i Hiiiii 1', .11, rliallt) Buffalo Express Pullman ? . ' slieiiera for heranl Illiighanilon. Elmlra, Bath, J 5 ,- Mt Morris, aud Huir.ilo, arrlalng llutlslo s A.M i OHIO l. 11, (Dally) lantTalii, sirantou. Bingham- J , i ton, Owegu. Illiai'u, I'.luilrii, sa rio'iiso, and (aaavego 11 Exiuess. Pullman buffet Bleepers. Sleepers Near I ! York to Hlchtli-1 1 sprliws. ' . ''. Tickets nnd Pullman hi cmniiiodatlons at Henry ,, Gate A Sims', Ltd., 1 1 II Hrim.laa ay, 1 4 Park place, uud . ; ; I 4Vii liroadavaa and mi! Bromlaau). rii keta at Ferry if Muttons, 1 1 1 Ith av , cor 1 21I1 -t. si 1 West 125th st , 211.1 Columbus aa New York,. las and 72a Fulton st 1 . !, aud inn Broadway, Brooklyn, Time tables glTlng V ) t 1 full lurornialloii at nil stations, ' f Westeolt's Express Compiiuy will call forand check 1 5 tiaggago finm botel orns'douceto destlualluu. .1 Through trains leua 11 Neav York, fm.t of chambers 4 j st , u folloaas, and tlau niluutes earlier from West , id 2.I1I st 1 all ().( II I !! Vesllliiiln 1'xpreas dully for Bingham- ii aJ;UW ton, Waairl). )'. inlrii. llutlalo, Bradford, ar ' 1 rlaes ll'ilfulos no P M. Par ..r 1 ar to Buffalo, , II (it,1: t. 11.- Vestibule! rxpri'sdall.a,excepthun- ; I allta.) duj.forPort.lervis, Montleello. I.a-kaaaaxeii, j H Ilouesilale, and linportiiut to ul points to Corning. , Ii Datli t" Port Jerals. Pulliimu I'.irlur Curi for .Mon. ' tleilliiiiii'll'iiriiliig If ! a) C !' yl- -a'istlbiilii lliullel Fast mall daily, 1 ,,UW .olid train for Chli-a.n, a la Cliautauitiia Lake, 1 arrhia Cleteland ai 7'-ai A. M Chti-agu 6 P M. ' ', sleepefa to Chlaago, CJlea eland, and Clnilnnatl. Din- J """Jl"! ' Hi -Buffalo and CP-aelaii'l Wsiibule Fx. A i 1 I lalU pre.s dull), urrlaaua ul llullulu 7 u.1 A ., A I 1 lira. Iforil 7 17 A. M, Jiamcstown 7:uu A M. Clevi- J I 1 laud 12 .10 P M ("deeper to Buffalu and Cluaelaud'. J 1 making dtrecl a-oum-ctlon for D, troll, Chicago, nnd i tin ae-l Can Library Cur a 81 ,- r, si, DAILY Via C'lallUuiiua Lake and i ,'laj Mjgjr.1 Falls Sol.,1 l .1111 to 1 hleago, sle. p f ir hi llorueltsrllle, Chlcagu, aud Ciuoluuall. Dluluj J rl'MCKFIla. I.OCtL TIME CARDS, AND PULLMAN V . 1 ACdOMMllllATIOMiHl 111 11.1, 201, 4lll,uudi57 j Broiuliaui 127 .'l.mrri. I61) Eii-l I '.".111 st , and III West 121th t . Chainbora a'ld WeU 2iid tt ferries, 1 ; New Yorkj u:itl aud 73 1 F.ittou sl lur) Proadwaa, i ., Brooklyni xuo Uudaou st , lloliokru, ami Juisey Guy ' T station, weatoott's Express i alls for and checks aa j gage from hotels awl rsaldpacss to dcsllnslKm. , I, i 5 iLLs