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I MURDERED IN A CHUKCH. !L TOLICEKAN SMITH KILLED BY A MW1 BUBOLAB IN Til mil OTHBET. IK t TbUr H Brakea Inla taa Chnreh af the (Wj'k Itedaemcr unit rirrd at tha rallceinan 'm Scarehla-r far lllm-lln VTaa Caught by W Ci-and ana Threatened "lib l.inrhlac. H Pollcemnn Fred Smith of tho East Fifth street .m ' station wns ahot and Almost Instantly killed last H ' night at midnight by Frrd Meyer, a burglnr, jjH who had' entered the Church of tho Holy Ho- Mw I dcenior on Third street, between Aveulie A and IB; ' v Avenue D, ,B&V J Merer had forced his way Into the church, ," and, while roaming about Inside, touched off a , K' burglar alarm, which sounded In the house of I the Pests, which Is just back of the church, B - Ono of tho priests heard It, and setting a po- ty . lice whistle ran to the window. ymt. He blew It vigorously and Policemen Smith and William A. Conklln both heard it. They iflp ran to the prests' houao and were let In by jB) them. Tlionco thoy proceoded to tho church. It It was dark Inside, but by means of candles J Ml- ami matches they itroprtl nbout thoroughly ex- i IIV plorlnR It. They found no one, and no traces of MP burglar. ';: '. There wns still the school back of tho church, ', which runs thruugh and faces on Fourth street. Mjfc " , Bmlth led the way Into this building, followed j? 1 7 a number of priests and tholr attendant. HJ They mounted to tho first floor, and still there -HRfi vas no sign of an Intruder, DP' Smith waa always In tho load, and while the others wero peering about In the big school- 'I V room on this floor Smith entered a room which M T faced on Fourth street. He had a candlo In his ir Scarcely had ho opened tho door when Conklln Hi and tho priests heard two pistol shots, a groan, jk . and tho sound of a heavy fall. Hu In another second thero came to them tho IF patter of running feet nml tho crash of breaking JU glass. Conklln drew his revolver and dashed ''ft' forward. ,lk As ho pushed open tho door he saw a figure ,'JlJH disappearing through tho window, carrying ,'jJKy part of the frnmo with It. Vji' Conkl n Jum cd for tho window. Tho figure T was running toward Avenue A. Across tho 'H st 'treet stood a number of men. I HI y "Stop hint I" yelled Conklln, and the men B started In pursuit. I The fugitive brandished a jimmy In one hand ' 1, and a revolver In tho otbor, but this did not W stop the men. A They sprang utmn the man, knocking him 1 down. Charles Technor got his arms around the lift burglar's arms and Max Smith took the burg- I lar's revolver nwny. Hendricks wrenched the Jimmy from the . burglar's hsnd, striking the burglar on thehead, I causing the blood to flow. Charles Veltio of 105 East Fourth street came ;. along and rendered assistance, helping to hold I J tho burglar until a policeman arrived. ' Policeman Smith was found lying upon the floor unconscious, his face covered with blood. An examination showed that one bullet bad ', struck him In the m uth, breaking several of hls teetr, ard passing through his head, coming out at the base of his skull. While one of the priests was administering tho lost rites of the church to the Injured man IS Smith breathed his last. Tho prisoner was taken to the station house, J followed by a blr crowd, many of whom threw stones at him and made efforts to get hold of him. I The crowd kept shouting: "Lynch hlml Kill Jl him!" ' V The noise made by the crowd as they neared I the police station attracted the police reserve squad and the crowd was driven away. When the prisoner was arraigned In the sta , . tlon bouse before the Sergeant's desk Capt. :' Herllhy questioned him. Tho prisoner admitted that he had gone Into tho church to steal, and shot at Smith intending to scare him. not knowing at the time that Smith was a policeman. " He further said that he got Into the church at ' , 7 o'clock In tho ovcnlng, and hid himself there T until he believed it was safe for him to begin work. . I Policeman Smith was married and resided at I 07 Avenue A. He had gone on duty at mid B night. He had been a member of the force for ft fifteen years. 1COLV3tniA CANE BVSU SCOBE ETEN. Practical Victory af the rreshraen Over tha Sopbonom. After one of the best and most evenly con tested cane rushes the present Columbia men . have ever seen, the freshmen held their cane from tho sophomores at Columbia Oval, Wll : Uamsbridge. yesterday, and finished with a score of 13 to 13. This is a practical victory for the freshmen. r The hundred freshmen went to the oval an hour before the sophomores. They stripped to the waist and put big black ink dabs on their backs and on tho backs of their hands. Then they creased their bodies snd faces with vase lino and put resin on their palms. At a quarter to 5 o'clock the two classes lined up in tho big circle formed by tho upper class Vt men in tho centra of tho field. The freshmen held tho cane. They were banked up behind ten of their strongest classmates. Directly opposite, ten feet distant, wero the sophomores, ninety In number. They a e about the brawniest set of men in college. Each class guve a yell and big Gal! Carter called time. Like a human catapult the sophomores charged down upon the cane. Quicker than a wink the 160 young wnrrinrs became a struggling, writhing mass. Finally, , by a rolghtv effort, the freshmen leaders cot possession of the cane and started on a dead run to the other end of the field. Rut tho sopho mores were on them again in a second and the Homeric contest was resumed. When time was finally called none of the com batants would stop. It took just fifteen minutes J to break up the struggling mass of human flesh. Then the men on the cane were counted. Aftor about twenty minutes' reckoning the officials , announced that the following had attained the , , unspeaknblo honor of being canemen: '.; t Sophomores Jack McKey, ( ane, J. B. Moon, l I , Turner, Franco. Johnson, Coan, Lum, Hawks, i ' t Knapp, Duden, How and Edwards. Total, tblr ! T teen. IB Freshmen Kinder. C. F. Moore, Wise, Tlruce, " Thorwald, Qulnn, Donnellan. Walte. Mapes, ,1 Bradsbaw, Grace, Jackson and Myer, Total, If. thirteen. -jl .Victor Manes, "02. wo referee. O, H. Carter, I 07; C. H. Elmer, '90, and P. F. Longocre, '08, . ,lcic'' M Judges and timekeepers. U The feature of tbo struggle is that no man was , really hurt. , Was This Man Ulllad br a Train I " The headless body of a man was found on the Harlem Hallway track at Clareraont last night. The trunk wns nude and no clothing could be found. lhs pollen, however, think the body Is that of a tratkwalker who had been dragged along the track by a train until bis clothes wero torn off. The Waatbar. .11 U The hnrrlcani which waa on the coast waa forced j.JJ southward by an araaof high prtsiure over tbe lake iMkL regions and tbe New England Statu. IU centre yf flJHH terday was orer tbe ocean a comlderable distance to WM tbe eut of tbe aouth Atlantic rout. The norm waa vHT decreasing In force, although high wlndi continued VWi In tbe morning on the middle Atlantic coait and rain W waa falling In aoutbern New Jeraey and Virginia. ME, ' Clearing weather set In orer the other part of the UW I Atlantis States. Italn waa falllug In tbe states bor- 'M. derlng tbe eaatern Kooky Mountain! s heavy rain was ,'H) reported In feouth Dakota, Nrbraaka, Kaniu, and 'M Texaa. Talr weather In the central States. 'Si " w" decMe11y colder In tbe Northwest. Froit mtV "" reported In Iowa, Mluourl, and southern Illinois. mj'i In Ihla city the day waa fairs hlgbeit oftlclal tempera- f ure 08', loweit 68'i ateraje humidity 67 percent.) Mil wind northerly, average velocity IB rallea an houri 111 barometer corrected to read to aea level at 8 A. U. WM 9k 80.00, 3 p. u. ao.oi, I W The tbermonieter at the Dnltad States Weather Bu- V ",u "S'a'ered the temperature yesterday aa follows: X Ml J P 'biJ'h ' S5 60-1 8P.M. ...6U 3'J- ( A r 81'M... ..i. 60 It! mid.. ...... D3- ill' m JL waainsoTos roar-ciai roa wEDxurnr. mVjP ""' K"a ''dniMl .utrn .Veto VorJt, fair; va- MWA rlable u-indi. Vmmf For eattern Tentujlvanla and New Jersey, gen- IfH erallr falrt threatening weather on the coaati north- Jmwi eaitrrlr wlndi. M) For tho District of Columbia, partly cloudy weather; IH northerly wlnli. IH' I ,FCr, D''"T,rc' """tenlng weather and rain, proba- MM I Wy clearing In the alternooni nortbeaaterly loda. M1 -w ...!' 51,711"1' ''' Preceded by threatening mmn3L 0"htrlytBortherl7nlnas. gsaflgKXV '' gsgsaatosWa---.- . t BTBAirDBD OrrOAPX BBHMT. A Vassal, lasod ta Ba a raaaenger Measssr, tn Peril. Nortrot.K. Vs., Oct. 2U.-A vessel stranded off Cape Henry nt 10:20 o'clock to-night Is sup posed U bo a passenger steamer. Sho Is resting fairly easily and Is not very likely to go to pieces. Only tho most nieagro details hnvo been re ceived bore. Tho life-saving crew And It Impos sible to launch t clr botts through the heavy surf, but should tho ship go down they have manned tho slioro apnaratus preparatory to rendering; Iromedlnto assistance with the breeches buoys and tho llfo car. Efforts are being made to get tugs from Norfolk and Old Point to tako off her passengers. FOOTBALL COST UtS l.irK. Vouaa Haaebe'a SteeU Waa Broken In m Herlaa. mace Its Lived Two Pais. Tho first fatal football accident of the local season happened on Sunday at Astoria to An drew Hascho. 10 years old, of 1S0S Avenue A, Now York. His neck was broken in a scrim mage Until yestorday morning Hascho was conscious, though paralyzed. Then he lost con sciousness, nnd dlod nbout 0 o'clock. As Is usually the case In serious football acci dents, tho Injured player was a member of a "scrub" team, which played a stylo of gamo nioro llorco than scientific. Hascho was playing left tackle for tho Malcom Athletlo Club team, an cloven that hns little tlmo for training or practice. The team went to tho grounds ln Woolscy's Woods to meet tho Holy Cross Ly ceum's eleven. The play was heavy and loose, and there was little Interference, so that tho runner. If ho bucked tho line, had to depend on bis own head and shoulders to force his way forwnrd, Itasche, being a swift, hard runner, was used to make what Is known or the tackle rush, where tho tacklo leaves his place, runs past tho quarter back, snatching the ball as ho goes, and plunges Into tho line. In tbe first half of the game the Malcoms' loft tackle was much used, nnd hnil ni.i.le nod gains for his side. After the Intermission he seemed a fresh as ever, and thonuarter liivk kept string the slg nnl which c lied upon him fnra rush. After tho play had been going on fur ten minutes Hascho "bucked the lino" and went down under n heap of writhing players. When tho licit, dlsen tnnglcd Itself ho lay still. Somebody lifted him to his feet nnd he en mo to. "I'll bo al! right." ho mild. "Got the wind knocked out of me, that's all." Hut when ho had been carried to the side lines he fell over and seemed unable to sit up. "I feel all numb." he tnid; "as If I'd got a crack on the funny bone anl it spread all over me." In n few minutes he was unconscious. Then tbe other players became alarmed and bad him taken to tho Astoria Hospital, after which they scattered. At tho hospital tbo doctors said that the Injury was, technically speaking, n fracture of ths spine, between the fifth and sixth cervical vertlbrrr. It Is what would commonly be called a broken neck. The boy's cntlro right side was paralyzed, and although ba regained conscious ness there waa never any hope for his recovery. It is not probable that the pollco will make any arrests, ns up to last night they had found none of the members of tho teams. The case Is in the hands of Coroner Strong of Long Island City. Hascho lived with bis widowed mother and his sister. A spectator nt tho game told a 8ns reporter that when tho players who h.irt fallen on Itasche got up tho young man was lying on his hack with his xrms stretched out nnd his head seemed to have been across the knee of a player who was crawling to his feet. 1 bis would ex plain how the accident happened. An experi enced player always falls, if possible and it usually is possible forward with tbe weight on the side on which he carries the ball, with his feet crossed and his muscles relnxed. To a i an who falls ln this way the worst that can happen is a bruise from knee or elbow or tbe loss of breath from tho weight of players upon him. BROOKLYN BAPlJt TBAA'SIT. A Direct and Quick Line to Coney Island and Atons: tbe Beacb. It was said in Wall street yesterday and re peated ln Brooklyn that tho Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company had purchased the Seavlow Elevated Railroad, which runs between Brigh ton and West Brighton on Coney Island. This road was owned by a company of which ex Mayor Schroeder was President. The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company will build a connecting line through Flatbush, In Avenue C, it was said, and connect with the main line in Brooklyn city by the Flatbush line. Tbe company is to build a strong bulkhead and cooperate with tbe Brighton Beach Company ln protecting tho water front. The work is to bo begun at once. This line will be a formidable rival of ths Nassau road. It will afford a quick and easy way of reaching Coney Island and of distribut ing passengers along tbe beach. BOBBBD J.V BROAD DATBIQUT. Mr. YTeteman Seised br tba Ifack by Ona Man and BU Packet Ploke4 br Anatbar. While Louis Welsman of 1 Manhassst place, Brooklyn, was walking np Hamilton avenue from the ferry at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon he noticed two men walking at his side. There were few other persons In the street. Suddenly one ot the men threw bis arm around Mr. Wels man's neck, and the other rifled his pockets. Ho got $50. The man who got tho money ran away, but Mr. Welsman held the other until Patrolman 0111 of tho Hamilton avenue station arrived. At tbe police station house the prisoner said be was Morris Michaelson, 23 years old, of 42 Hamilton street, thin city. Mr. Welsman bad displayed a roll of bills while in a store in this cltr, and It Is believed that tbe two men saw it and followed blm to Brooklyn. tlOlt. aCJUttOBBER BOKB SOB, ApsarenttT tbe Pope Will Appreve the Board's Actlan. WABniNOTON, Oct. 20. Interest ln tbe Schroeder case was revived to-day by the ap pearance of a despatch from Rome saying that Cardinal Itampolla bad authorized the denial of Papal Intervention in the Schroeder case and that tbe matter was in the hnnds of the Bishops. Considerable speculation was iudulgod In hs t tno meaning-ot tbo denial, which Is suscepti ble of several Interpretations. Some hold teat it Is In effect a repudiation of the Stelnbuber letter and tbe cablegram wblcb purported to come from Itampolla, while others believe that It is an Indication that tbe Popo will approve the notion of tbe Board of Directors In demundlng tbe resignation of Mgr. Schroeder. The second construction appears to be the more reasonable one. BECEPTIOX TO XAXSElf. Ifearlr 9,00)0 Peraeaa Da lienor ta tha Ba plorar on Ills IVaahlnstea Visit. WAsntNOTOif, Oct. 20. Tho reception by the National Ocographlc Society In honor of Dr. Nansen, the Arctic explorer, at the Arlington to-nlgbt, was a notable affair. Nearly 2,000 persons attended the reception. Among them were Secretary and Miss Alger, J, Addison Porter. Justice and Miss Harlan, the delegates to the Russian, Japanese, nml American Conference on the seal question; N, J. Knagenhjcluij Chargd d'Affalrea legation of Sweden and Norway, and otbors. Van Tljpen for Hurgaon-Ceneral or tbe Navy. WASnixoTOX, Oct. 20. The appointment of Medical Director W. K. Van itypen to be Sur-geon-Oeneral of the navy was announced at ths White House to-day. Also tho following; W. II. Sorsby of Mississippi, to be Consul at San Juan del Norte, Nicaragua; W. It. Gay of Wash ington, United States Attorney for tbo District of Washington, Imperial Cerea'a New Name. WABniNOTOK, Oct, 26. The State Department received Information to-day that in his recent proclamation declaring himself Emperor he King of Coreu also announced a chauue In tbo vornucular namo of the country from Cho-Sen to Ham. Cho-Sen means Land of tbe Morning Calm. Tho meaning of Hani Is not explained. the Best Machines for Keeping Time that it is possible to make are American Waltham Watches. Get the " RIVERSIDE " movement. For sale by all retail jewelers. FOUR SWINDLERS NABBED. TBEY OOT LOANS AQOBEOATINQ $1,30 ON FAirN TICKETS. Tbe Pawn Tickets Purported ta nepreaent Jewelry Pledeeil rr S,00-It la Worth Apparently Only n Hmall fraction or That Amount A Prune Iranian the Victim. A gang of swindlers wns bnggod by Central Office dotcctlves last night, nnd; locked up In Pollco Headquarters. Tbo prisoners nro Fred erick Woods, alias Gldoon Park, nf Hnckcn sack; Myron Troadwnll, a'llaa John K. Perry. of 211 Woat. Thirty-fourth street; Jotoph C. Blako of 21 West Sixty-fourth stroot, and Isaoo A. Lnwrenco of 2 West lOlth street. Blake, who Is believed to have been the lead er of the gam;, Is, according to Capt. McClusky, an old green-goods mnn, and ho and Trcndwoll have been arrested before. Their victim Is Frederick Ward, formerly of Wllllamsport, P., an electrician, now living nt 25f West Thirty eighth street. It was on his complaint that tho police mado tho nrrests. While looking for n wny to Invest about $1,500 ho had saved Ward read In a Now York paper last August an advertisement something like this: AbVKHTISF.It wlihf $63 for 30 days! return 100 give security worth SSOO; reironilblllty necetaary. HAHUIS, 1(111 Broadway, Ward took kindly to tho proposition and un swered tbo advertisement. Tbo next day ho received on answer to his letter and afterward by appointment eunio to this city and met n man at Smith Ac McNeil's Hotel. Tho man. who proved to bo Woods, Induced nrd to lend him tr and gave him an hccurltv what pur ported to bo genuine pawn tickets for diamond jewelry that had been pledged for 2."0. That amount. Ward wuh told, represented only ono thiid of tbe real value nf tha jewelry, wlillo negotiations ero bolng conducted Ward dis closed tbo fact Hint ho bad ubotlt $1,000 to lend and Woods prnm!cil to Unci customers for him. Soon nfterunrd W'ttrd met Woods ugaln and wns introduced to Trcadwell. Tbot time ho lent Sll on sJT.'i worth of pawn tickets. Blake unil Lawrence wore in turn mntle known to hlui and got from him rcspvctltcly $700 and SJ.300. Altogether ho lent the gam: ?l,3l.ri on pnnn tickets for jewelry pledged for 4,IM)H. After makitig tbe Inst loan he dlnn t luivn nioiie enough left ti pns bin fare home. Tho loatiti wero for thirty days each, and as the moti wero nil well dressed and looked llko business men, Wanl was under the Impression that ho ; bad struck a good thing. Ho was to mako nbout $000 on tbo ileal, nnd ho counted the money as already In the bunk. When the tlmo for payment cime, bowovcr. Ward's debtors didn't show up. When ho ran them down they put blm otl with various excuses, nnd all ho ever got from them wns $15. In order to bo near his debtors, urd gnve up his Job ln Wllllamsport and came to this city. Beforo ho got a now jol bo tried to rcalizo on some of tho security. Ho redeemed one" piece of Jswelrv thot bad been pledged for $30, but when ho tried to sell it bad hard work to get an offer of $12 for it. Thon ho suspected that everything was not right and wsnt to tho police. . . Detectives Vnllely nnd Kerr found three of tho men near tho Metropolitan Hotel In Broad way last night, nnd'nrrcstcd thorn. Lawrence wns found nt his dome. When searched at Pollco Headquarters each of tho prisoners had several hundred dollars. Kach also had bun dles of pawn tickets nnd unopened letters which tho pollco think will prove to bo from other victims. Ward went to Police Headquarters last night nnd Identified tho prisoners. Tboy will bo arraigned this morning In Jefferson Mnrket Police Court. BVLES OF TUB BO AD. Havor Veteea the Ordinance Eiemptlnir Light Duslneaa Waconi rrom tbe Lamp Law. Mayor Strong notified tho Board of Aldermen yesterday that he had vetoed tho amendment to the rules of tho road, recently adopted, ex empting all vehicles except bicycles, light wagons nnd carriages used exclusively for tho transportation of passengers, from carrying lighted lamps after dark, on the ground that light spring wagons used to dollvrr goods should be included. Too veto message won laid on the table. 300,000) Hteten rrora Cbleace In Ilebnfe. Ciiioaoo, Oct. 20. Expert Accountant Har per, who has neon making an Investigation ot ths alleged irregularities in the City Water Office, reports that In tho last two years clerks have stolen $200,000 from tbe city in unauthor ized and alleged rebstcs. So lax was the sys tem that any firm which regarded Its w or bill as too high could hand an employee i f tb-- de partment a small bribe, and tbo employee would maik up a rebato on tbe tooks anil tho city would be the loser. T e Grand Jury yesterday indicted William II. Wright, a clerk. 408 Chicago Policemen Ill.cbarcrd. Chicago, Oct. 20. Chief Klplcy discharged 403 members of the police forro to-day. Twenty five more wero retired and changes wero made affecting eleven others. Among the ofllcersdls missed aro the four detectives who did tbe mo t conspicuous work in tba Luetgert wi o murder case. They ore Walter Dean, George Lang, John Sederberg and CL. Grlcbcnnw. Tho places of the deposed policemen were immediately tilled by form1 r policemen, most of whom were dis missed under the Swift Administration. Senator Sforsan 111. San Diego. Cal., Oct. 20. United States Sena tor Morgan arrived hero laBt evening. Tho Sena tor was quite ill, and consequently It was not deemed advisable to tender him the recoptlon that had been arranged in bis honor. Senator Morgan's Illness Is said to bo due to a cold wblcb be caught on the battleship Oregon. This morning a telephone messago from tbe Coronada Hotel said that the Senator was suf fering from a high fover. J. Plerpont Morgan Comlns Ilame. J. Plerpont Morgan of the banking bouse of J. P. Morgan & Co. sails from Liverpool for this country on the steamship Teutonic to-day. SUOT TUB NIOllT tfATOIMMAN, Marhoefer tars He Took Jordan for a Tbler as Jordan Mistook Him. PATEnson, N. J.. Oct. 20. John A. Jordan, a deputy shorlff and night watchman, found somo windows open In thoLnkevlew stntlon of the Eric nbout 2 o'clock this morning, He went to thn homo of S. II. Klnnc. tho station ngent, and notified blm of tho fact, On returning to tho station bo sawn man coming tow.ird him carrying a bng on bis back. Jordan asked tho stranger what It was doing. 1 he innn'3 only answer wns to whip out u revolver and blaze away tit .lord n. , . . Ona of the bullets took elTcct In tbo olllcer's left breast. Jordan bowled with pain and bis OBssllnnt ranawny. Jordan scries brought sev oral neighbors, who took him to b'; home, whoro ho whs attended by Dr. S. K Hoy. titter In the day bo was removed to bt. Joseph s Hopl tal. After i thorough examination nf the wound, Dr. Wiley concluded not to probo for tbo bullet to-day, ns tbo patient was ln n Monk con dition. Herman Mnrhoofcr, a young baker, gave him self tip to tho policooatlio assailant of Jordan. He said that ho was on his route delivering bread, when Jordnn, wrapped In a heavy over coat, camo up behind him. Jordan raised Ills club as If to strike. Marhoofor did not know tbo man nnd believed ho wns In dnnger. Bo tired nnd rnn. Ho asserts that his net was In self defence. However, n chargo of atrocious assault nnd battery hns boon entered against him nnd ho hns been committed without ball. IDENTIFIED AS .TASTES D. TAIL. The Man Pound Dead Off St. George, Ktaten Island, Probably a Suicide. The man who wns found dead In tho water at St. Georgo, S. I., on Monday with a bullet holo In his head was Identified yesterday by K. Dann Reed of Brooklyn as James D. Villi, a farmer who lived at Verbank, Dutchoss County, New York. Vail, he said, who was a relative of his, was Injured by n vicious horse a year ago, and hnd since been subject to spells of mentnl weak ness nnd Ills. In tho hope that be might bo cured, his sister, Julia Vail, brought blm to Brooklyn, nnd they stayed at tbo homo of friends. About ten days ugo bo disappeared. Mr. Itecd lives nt 501 Haleey street. Brooklyn. He would not clvo the address of tbo Vnlls. Ho thought that Vail, despairing of ecrbe Ing cured, had committed suicide. Ho said ba was poor and that bo hnd no it'oney when ho loft home, so there would be no lneentic for nnyl'odv to murder him. Mr. Herd l.lcnllllcd tho clothing worn by Vail as it suit ho hud given him. Utidor a ilap on tho nock of the mat. which the Coroner did not observe, ho found tho name of bis tnllor. The pollco nro Inclined tu think tbe mint was murdored, but tho wounds other than tho pistol shot could have been inflicted by ferryboat paddle whoels. SALOON KEEPER'S SUICIDE. t'lemena C. Rtunhsr Sboota Illm.rlr In III. rial Over nia Place In John Atreer. Clemens C. Stunker, keeper of a Bnloon at 103 John street for fifteen yenrs, shot himself yes terday through tho right templo in his fiat over the saloon and died a few minutes later. Stunker Injured his eplno two years ago by falling downstnlrs, and since that time ho hnd been moody. Yesterday afternoon his hrothpr-in-lnw. John Blackmeyer, noticed that Stunker was unusually " blue, ' so ho ndvisod his sister to take her husband for n walk. She started to dross herself In the bedroom, leaving Stunker nlono In tbe parlor. A moment later sue beard the sound of n pistol-shot, nnd going into the parlor sho found tier husband on tbe floor with blood pouring from a bullet wound In bis right temple. Tbe Nevada Rank orna Vranclace to Deeorae a National flank. It wns announced In Wall street yesterday that John W. Mackay's Nevada Bank of Son Francisco has sent circulars to Its shareholders asking their formal consent to Its change to n nntional bank. It was reported that It would probably be a national bank beforo Jan. 1. The bank wns organized In 1875 and has a capital of $3,000,000 Hnd n surplus of $300,000. A recent statement showed: Loans, $4,450,01)0: deposits. ?-1.773,000: undivided profits. $215,001). I. W. Icllmun Is President and I). B. Davidson cashier. Pour Lives Loot In tbe storm Xrar enport ewa. Newpoiit Nkwh. Va,. Oct, 20. At least four fatalities resultod from Sunday's :mdestor day's storm. Tbo James Hirer is nearly eighteen inches bigbcr than it was yesterday. MRS." ELLA M'GARVY, AVritliiff to Mr-n. Pinkhnm. She says: I have been using your Vege table Compound and find thnt it does all that It is recommended to do. I have been n sufferer for tho last four years with womb duties, and whilo nrwlw nbout my work was l A$rj Vegetable Compound, and to-day I nm feeling llko a new woman. MRS. ELLA McGARVY, Ncobe Koad Station, Cincin nati, O. (Sold gust. (Sold gust. Don't Go to Alaska FOR NsSRseaesssv . All Grocers Sell It. MJ KSS Cleans Everything.' MSx, MADE ONLY BY NsJ WudUlUy UllUuUJ THE N.K.FA1RBANK COMPANY, NOW!z - r-hlnnco, Rt. I.nnK New York. Boston. Philadelphia.- HJewnrh giai'trtisemen UJewarit dwtisemtnts. jsf&TjrlreYmc-y'& Q-reatest Store! The HAHNE-FELT MATTRESS raaiac.n Jav 's clean' 'uxur'ous economical, sanitary, gl!."jL": S!i vermin proof, dust proof, moisture proof, AjJQLtviSSS? WL and dble. IT WILL NOT mat or V Wii-I JJf Pack l'own, require nuking over, or get JlJTJra .. A mattress similar to our IIAIINE-FELT, but llHMSgjfij!l'A nt superior, is sold elsewhere under another tVaffl itrSlBat mi L s NOTE. For sanitary reasons we never send a 'CgeSlS ftaW JgaV mattress out on trial. Our mattresses always - . jiSAt- gve satisfaction, HAHNE & CO. Newark HAHNE & CO. a. - gsCgsf'mi!.gsiiH TUB COOK & UERNIIEIMER CO., New York. Solo Agents for the United State. The Johnston Jewelry Co. J. II. JOHNSTON. AT.DEBT E. JOHNSTON. ESTABLISHED 1644. QEHS: Tim Opal commf morntra October. We have a num ber pf dally .elected ami mounted with Diamonds In ring and llronches that are new and very handiome. 17 UNION SQUARE, N. Y. Iter. 13th Street.) 3t'nnml j-'rmults. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 west 125th street OOKllINIiBlt. (.Irl tu ei-w letter booka and rut--i luu lu.clllDe feeders. CIIAS. KF.II.I.Y & CO.. -10 John at. 0"TRIC7VeaTHERS. rirat-cIsM curlerswanted! work given out. TAYLOR & CO., a Vaverley place. ijomtsittc mantis Wanted. tlHAStl.ERMAins. cookn. laundreii.eii, I'rnteatant wMtreaeen, '-'o eiKks Im waih and Iron, kitchen ina!d. Krencb. tiernun. and KiirIIkIi lady maids, nur-en. tnttlera, aert.nd men. immlier of servanta wanted forcltv and country. lri. L. hEELY'S EM PLOYMENT ltl'IIEAU. lis V,iM -HA st. C COMPETENT laundreiaT Swedish preferred, to live ln New Yurki mum have bent referent-en. Mrs. L. t-EEI.Y. an nth av. (lOJU'KTKNTcook tnllvnTn" Newport" until Jan. 1, - wages .10; liest reference reuulred. Mrs. L. hEELY. :I52 nth ar, COMrErKNTcook. wVgea Wi fnur "in family! to ll-.e In Garden City; Iwst referenre required. 5tn. I. siEKi.Y. una Oth av. riOMPETENT'chambermald. to live In Philadelphia; v ' very best reference rviulred. Mm. L. SEEI.Y. .152 nth av. IIHSTCLASS cook, with Rood references, to live tn . Morrlstowu, and live In New York in winter; v, asen t'l.V Mrs L. .sEEI.Y. :IB2 nth av. IMItvr.CLASS launiireai, tn live In" Orange', "nTJT; . wbkc t'io to t'ibi four In fanulr; bet reference required, Mr. L. .SKLI.Y, !l52 6th av. Wanted annlea jRtttUanics. Ac. YOUNO MAN to do prwork; permanent post JV lion to rtht man. Call at YOSKEKS DAILY 1IKHU.1I OKKIl'E. Ietween II nnd 4, Wednesday IJOOKIllNDEIt. A tlrst-claa ItnWncr. FRANKLIN ii BOOKIIINDINU CO., 441-417 Pearl at. 'I'O HOOKniNIIERS. Wanted forwarder, one accua 1 tofcrapbook work. Address 11.. box 1,0 bun office. W"ANTKI Twelve masons at once. Apply at Woodhaven hcbool House No. t. WoodUaten, N. Y. Ht'nntetl SlXales SltisceUaneous. T.YPEHIKNfF.II building loan or real estate aelllne i aent-i for city nnd country work; unusual oppor tunity for flrt cIij.3 men. AddrenMl'T'-Al. REALTY AN! LOAN COKPOK VTION. allUliroadv. ay.New York. OFFICE MESSENGER living vtltn" parenf;"must furnUti references; wacea $:t week. Address C. I... box 11 Sun uptown ofllre, lyns liroadway. WANT!'.!) Ily au ale and latter beer brewery In tl New York city, a competent travelling salesman. AddreitH 11., box 1 7d bun ufllce. JMrst-eta.Sjff Htln rftmaleu. CIIAMI1ERMAID. Willing and obliging young wo man. competent anl reliable; very good refer ences. M. McC., box l.M) fun uptown office, I-WflO liroadway. CtlUMllEifMAID. NeafaniTtldy young woman aa ' chambermaid and Hattret; excellent references. M. II . box 101 Hun uptown onlce, li'iir, liroadway. CtHAMliEUMAID. Young-wom"n7r7rt-cfiis cham-tH-rinald and wHitress; very good references. K. K., box 145 bun uptown ofrtce. 1265 liroadway. CIIAMHKllMAII) Younu woman, capable and reli able; good references from lavt place. C. K., box 140 Sun uptown unite, l-ifia Urosdway. CIIAU1IEHMAIU and waltnes. well recommanded; may tio tevu on Wednesday or Thursday at 140 East ltltli atM thtr.l apartment. CiIIAMItERMAlf). Competent young woman; best or references. K. W.tlbox 154 Sun uptown office, 1-IH.t liroadway. COOK Young woman, willing and oblTglngt flrst clasacook; Ih-si references. M. D.. boxl478un uptown office, 12ti.-i liroadway. CiOOK.Neat and tidy young woman; nrat-claaa cook; nest of references. M. K., box 140 Sunup town office, I.'!!.) Druadwsy, CiOOK. Neat and tldyyoung womantexcellentcook; -.cry best rcferen-t-i A, U box 144 Sun up town ofllce, l'Jrt.'i llronduay, OOK'. FiritcT.ss cook, In private faintly; good references. M. It., box too Sun uptown office. ien& liroadway. COOK Young woman, good family cook; best city reference. 1). C, box 13? Sun uptown office. 1266 Ilroadwny. HOL'SEWORKER. Young woman, good plain cook, waber and ironer. beat rofereuces. D. C. box loo bun uptown ofllce. ISiflB nrmdway. K" ITCHENSfAiTis. "wilflnFaiid obliging young wo mnn; Kood references. M. O'li., box 158 Suu up town office, 12113 liroadway. ArNDHEKS Willing ancToblfElng yriung woman; J flist-cloas laundress; go-tl references from last place, M. b., box 1MU sua uptown office, 1205 Broad way, LAUNDRESS. Young women, eimi-ctcnt laundress; do shirts, i-olliira end cu'ts; bett references. E. I)., box in..- Suu uptown office, l'JUft liroadway, LUNIMIKRH. Neat nnd tl ly oung woman, good laundress; best city references. M, G., box 160 Hun uptown office, 1V63 Broadway. LAUNDRESS, FirstcliiBH laundrenTln 'private ram lly; tet refennee. I.. 31., box 143 Sun uptown office, 1265 liroadway. MAID and -teatuitrcss; -oung womanTVhorougbly competent: beat or refereucea. Uox 130 Sun ui town ofllce, lvr.5 nrnadway. NURSE. Thoroughly competent and reliable in-fant't- nure; bct city lefonnces. K, O. N., box tun buu uptun n office, 12i3 llroa'iway. TUIIKE. Young woman, compeient nurse; very li In at references, c, 11., box 148 Kuu uptown of fice, 1 2115 1'ionJnay. 1JAltl.ORM.MD. Vounr'wo'mnni "ex lierienoed par lormald, excellint reference'. A. II., box 134 bun uptown ofllce, l-iilft lln adway IjAltl.OllMAII). Nc.it and tidy young womanTa-m-petent; good refi tellies, A. M box 1'U Hun up town office, 1 2115 i'ruuduay. efivst-Class ?tttintfi, AYOl'.Ntl MAN ilclrc a position; wllllnj to work ntunrlhlng lione-,1, eoniieieut and Industrious; can furiil-b A No. I n reiitic. JOHN O'llRIEN. 64 Madison st., N. Y, city, B tITLER. Thoroughly ounpetent and reliable young mam very l't references. I). ., box 185 Hun uptown office, 1205 liroadway. HIJTl Ell. Younit num. perfectly capable and re" llatiloi lust city references. J, 0 box ifiubun up ton n office, 12H5 liroadway " .IIH.. IIRllHltU-rttllMII.RI-H'iMIBPAnKU FOR THE I'HIMi by experienced proofreader nnd editor Prlnlcr'eorreitl.iu charges sated to author. Aililreaa ASIiFOltl), So.UI Reforni Club, 2! Eait 4tb at., N. Y. SECOND MN Willing nnd obliging young man; Ih-si city refi rt-uci-s. !. t'.lwix I ill Sun uptown office. 1 2115 liroadway. lin'ATlTN"wuii'.rd as light i-ortar, driver, or eta tJ valor limn; tlrat-olasi n-ferenn-a furnished. K., Ui isn sun uillce. STIIONII joung man (21 vlhe a steady position In a fuctoiy. II. It , I"' Ids sun onlce. 'THIRD M.S. wflllug '"! obliging oung man; 1 iixperlenced and hlh-hl) in'ouiuiluled. J, T box 107 sun uptown olllce, 1205 liroadway. ( rA.NTKIi l-oaitlou In teni -.tali or inoitgaiio T loan ofllie liy eoiupetitil aud experleneed tnant a good accountant and uoiiveyeiicer und well versed ln realty law, AUdrcat A., box ICiB buu onto. "AMiniOA'S QRCATCBT RAILROAD." NEWYOEK &. HUDSON RIVER R. R. THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE. llHUUT l.lMt T IIU'AHA hWLhS. All through trains atop at Albany, Utlea, Syracuse. Rochester, and nuffalo. Trains lea-.otlr.-ind i ntral station, 42d street and Fourth avenue, as follows- 8'-tn ft;.?'.Tl!""' "wpt Sunday. The famous .0J EMPIRE STATE E.Xl'KEsa. LIMITED. Faat. esttrnlnltt the. world. Due HulTalo at 4;45 P. It., Niagara Falls 6;53 P. St.. Tnrontu 8:2,-. r. M. This train Is limited to lis seeting capacity: Connects at t'tlea for Adirondack Mouiunlna and Montreal. 9-HCi A;, l FAST MAIL. Daily-Fur Poughkcepale. UU Albany, Vtlca. K.viacuse, Rochester, Buftato, M.igara Falls, and Cleveland. l(i-fif.A. M.-NOHTH SHORE LIMITED, Dally X f.J J s l-hniir train to Chicago via Michigan Cen- trtil route. Due llufTato m:4ii p. M.. Niagara Falls li::iu P. M , Chicago H:0(i A. M, Carries sleeping nnd draw, lug. room earn onlv. 1 O-'-in M -"AY F.XPUfcjH. exoept Sundsy XU.OU For MUlbriKik, Cauklll Mountains, and a'.l Imnortant New York state points. 1 -On ' M -SOfTinVESTKhS LIMITED. Dally X.UVJJorColumlius, cine nnatl, Indlanapolli, and M liula. Stops at Poughkeepile. 1-00 '" 'l.-CIIICAOO HPEcIaL. Dally-For Dc J..JJ troll, Cleveland. Toledo, and Chicago. Stops "t Poughkeepsle and Sclirnertady. Q.Qfl P. M.-TROY AND ALIIANY SPECIAL, ex J.ovy cept Sunduy For Harrison's (West Tolnt), roighkee-sle, Albany, and Troy. 5 -Oft -' "LAKE SHORE LIMITED. Dally-24-.yjVJ hour train to Chicago, via Lake Shore route. Due Cleveland 7:10. Toledo 10:05 A. M. Chicago 4 P.M. This train connKta at Cleveland for Cln ctnnail, due 4-5.1 P.M.; and at Tolrdo for St. Louts, due KM 5 P.M., duo Kansas City next morning. Carries sleeping and drawing room cars onlv. G.Ofl P. M.-WESTERN EXPHFJiS. Dally-For Nl ,JJ agaru Falls, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Cht cairo, Cincinnati, and St. Lnula. 6, OK P.M. -NORTHERN EXPRESS. Dally For tAO Troy, Plattabuni, llurllngton. Montreal, and, except Satunlar nights, Ottawa. 7,Ort P. M. lit PFAI.ll SPECIAL. Dally-For Adl .VJ rondaek Mountain polnta and Montreal, via Ltlea. Rocn ster. llurfalo, Niagara Falla. Toronto. I'K'vi'laud.IudlanapolU. St. Iuls. and Chicago. 9 .HO P. M.-SPECI.VL LIMITED MAIL. Dally .yjyJ laleepingcar passengers only) For points on Kail Hrook Railway. lu Lynns, and for Rochester, Uurfnlo, Cleveland, liullanapolts, and St. Iiule. 9. I H P. M. PACIFIC KXPltEKS, Dally For Sira- LO cuse, Oswego, Walertown. ogdcnstiurg, Iiuf-f.-ilo, Niagara Falls. Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, ami. except Saturdays, for Cape Vincent and the Aumiru road. 1 9. I fs NKHIT-MIDNIOHT EXPRESS. Theatre a,lU tialn for Chicago and principal points on the New YorW Central every night except Sunday night-, Sunday nights Chicago alrrpers leavoon U:15 train. OiOO A. M. and nia. P. M. Dally, except Sunday, to Plttstleld, via Harlem Division. Oils A. M --iundavsonly tol'lturteld and the Berk shire Hills, la the Harlem Division. "ALL NIOIIT" TRAINS TO YONKERS. "All -limit" trains run between I55that. and points on the Putnam Division aa far aa Yonkers, In conneo tlon with the elevated mud. The only line running "all night" trains out of New York. Wagner Palace Cars on all ttirouah tralna. Trains Illuminated with Pluuch light. Ticket and Wagner offices at Grand Central Sta tion, 113, 261, 4I:t liroadway. :il East 14th at., U42 llroa'iway, 2!I5 Cotumbus av..61 Weat 125thst., and ISSthat.atstlon. New York! S3S and 726 Fulton st. and 100 Rroadway, K. D., Brooklyn. Ilaggage checked from, hotel or. residence by the Westcott Express Company, JOHN SI. TilfCEY, tIF.OROE H. DANIEM. Oeneral Manager. General Passenger Agent. Pennsylvania Hia.iijrioA.i5. STATIONS foot nt West Tneuty-tlilnl street and Dee- hrosses and Cortlandt streets. l"sT"Thc leaving time from Deabrossea and Cortlandt atreeta is nve minutes later than that Riven below for .Twenty-thlrd street station. 7i3B A. vi. FAST MAIL. Pullman Ituffet Parlor Car New York to Pltuburg. Sleeping CarPltuburg to Chicago. No coaches to Plttsnurg. attss .. M. FAST LINE. Plttsburgand Cleveland. Ul.1. A. St. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pnltman Compartment Sleeping, Dining, smoking, and Ob servation Cars. For Chicago, Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Iuilsvllle. St. I,ouls. 1 1 S.I I'. Jl. CHICAGO AND ST. LOL'IS EXPRESS For Nab llle (via Cincinnati. Chicago, St. Louis. OlSS I'. M. WESTERN EXPRESS For Cleveland, Chtcngo. For Toledo, except Saturday. lSO P. tl. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS For Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, st Louis. TiHr. I", .vl. (Deilro-.se and Cortlandt Streets 8:30 P. M.) MAIL AND EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet bleeping Car New York to Altoona. Eaat Liberty, PUUhurg, and points West, dally except Sunday, No coachi-s. i5S . .11. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For rittsburg and Chicago. Connecta for Cleveland and Toledo, except Saturday. WAIHl.tfiTOV AXD TnE SOUTH. 7:55. s-,25. ti:25. 0:55 (Dining Car), 10:55 A. M.. 12:55. 1:55 (3:15 "Congressional Llm" all Parlor and Dining CanO. 4:25 (Dining Car). 4:55 (Dining Car). :55 P. l. 12:10 nlgbt. Sunday 8:25. tt:25. 10:55 A. M.. (3:15 "Congressional Llm.."all Parlor and Dining Cars). 4:25 (Dining Car), 4:55 (Dining Car), h-n.-vp. 31.. 12:10 night. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.-Expreaa, 4:25 P. 31.. 12:10 night dally. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Express, 9:25 A.M. and S:55 P. 31. dally. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO IIAILWAY.-4:5B P. St. dally. FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.-7:55 A. M. week days and 7:55 p. M. daily. ATLANTIC CITY. 12:55 P.M. week daya. CAPE MAY. 12:55 P. 31 week days. Long branch. Asbury Park (lnterlaken 5undaya), Ocean Grove, and Point Pleasant (from Weat Twenty-third Street station). 8:55. 11:55 A. 3f.. S:15. 4:55. 11:25 P.M. SundayH, V:25 A. M., 4:55P.M. (from Deshroaaea and Corl land tStreetai. 9:10 A.M., ly.lll -I-IO ft-ln ll.Sni" U UnnH,,, i,jr L V( 6:15 P.M. FOR PlIlI.ADn.I'HIA. 0:15, 7:25. 7:55, 8:25. 8:55. B:25 (9:55 renna. Lim ited). :55 (Dining Car), 10:55, J 1:55 A.M.. 12:55, 1:55, 2:55, S:5o. 4:25. 4:25 (Dining Car). 4:55 (Din ing Car). 5:55 (Dining Car), 7:40. 7:55, 8:55 P. 31.. 12:10 night, bundava. (1:1 i. 7:55. b:2.i. X:S5. 0:25. U:55 (Limited), tcfls, 1 0:55 A. M., 1 :S5 tDlnlng Car). S:55. 4:v5 (Dining Car). 4:55 (Dining Can. 6:55 (Dining Car), 7:40. 7:55. H:55 P. M.. 12:10 night. Ticket ofllcea N'os. 461. IU4, 1190. 1323, II Land 201 Broadway ; 1 Astor House: West Twenty-third street btatlon, and atatlons foot of Desbrosscs and Cort landt streets: 4 Court Street, 860 Fulton street, OS Rroadway. and Brooklyn Annex btatlon, Brooklyn; Station, Jersey City. The New York Transfer Com pany will call for and check baggage from hotela and rosidences through to destination. J. H. HUTCHINSON. J. H. WOOD. General Slauager. Oeneral Paaa'r Agent. Dl-I.AtVAHE, I.ACUtnA.V-iA WESTEIU' It. IT. Stations In IVevv 1'ork. not er Darclar and rhrlatopbrr Nta. VESTIIIlI.n TRAI!, Pl'I.I.MAS HUrFET CAH-1. I'lMHI II I.IUHT. Direct route to Newark. Bloomtleld. Montclalr, the Oranges, Summit. Bernantsvllle. Baaklng KIdge, Mad ison, 3Iorrlstown. Passaic, l'aterson. Boouton, Dover, htauhoie, Newton, liudd's Lake. Lake Hopatcong. Hackettstown. schooley'a Mountain. Waablngton, Phllllpsburg. Easton, WaterOap, stroudsbura, pocono Mountain, bci-intou. Plttston. Wllkrabarn-, Nantl coke, Danvlllc.iNorthuiuberland. Montrose. Bingham ton. Oxford. Norwich. Watervilie. Utlea, Richfield Springs. Cortland. Stra use. Oswego. Ithaca, Owego, Elmlra, Corning. Bath. Danavllle. Buffalo, and all points West, Northwest, and Southwest. Hino A. M Blnghamton Mall. Stops at principal stations. initio a. .fl. (Cafe car) Buffalo, Bcranton, Blng hamton, Owcgo, Ithaca. Elmlra. Utlea. Syracuse, and Osweiro Express. Pullman buffet Darlor cars Connecting at Buffalo with tralna for Chicago and polnta West, lino r. !rl. Scrantnn, ninghamton. and Ebntra Ex press. I-ullman buffet parlor cars, eioo I'. .11. bcranton. Wl.kesbarre. and Plymouth Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars, tioo P. .vl. (Dallyi-Cbli-aio vestibule Limited Ex- , press for S rantnu, ninghamton, Elmlra, Buffalo. Pullman Uurfet aleeplng car Now Yorx to Chlcaxo. Dining car w est ot fl'iffalo. ' NiBO r. M.-Hlally i Buffalo Express, Pullman sleepers for bcranton, UlnRhamton, Elmlra. Bath, Mt. Morris, and HulTalo. arriving Buffalo rl A, M. OHIO I, .tl. (Dally) lluftalo. Bcranton, Bingham- tou. Owego. Ithat a. Elmlra. Syracuse, Utlea. and Oswego Express. Pullmau buffet sleepers. Tickets and Pullman accommodations at Henry Oate ft Sons, Ltd., 11.1 liroadway, 14 Park place, and 4211 Broadway and U42 Broadway. Tlokets at Ferry atatluns, 111 4th av., cor. 12th at.; (1 West 125th at., 833 Columbus av.. New York; 381 and 7iH Fulton St. and 106 Broadway. Brooklyn. Time teclra giving full Informailou at all atatlona. Wrstcott'aExpresaCompuny will call for and check baggage from hotel or residence to destination. ERIE RAILROAD. Through traltta leave New York, foot of Chambers at., as follows, and fire mlnutea earlier from Weat i 2 Id at - I 9,flft- "- Vestibule Express dally for Bingham- . .UU ton, Waverly. Elmlra. llurfalo, llradford, ar rite HulTalo 8,00 p. M. Parlor car to llurfalo. 'Xflfl ' .W. Vs-stlliuln llmlted.-Fast mall dally. u,uU Solid train for Chicago, via Chautauqua i Lake, arrltc Cleveland 7.40 A, 31,. Chioago5 P. It. i Sleepers tu Chicago, Clevelaud, and Cincinnati. Din ing rar, I 7.Qf''- M. Buffalo and Cleielsucl Veatlliule Ex. ' I OVJ press dally, arrlv-ea at lluffalo 7:05 A. 31., I Brmlford 7:17 A if., Jamestown 7:uu A. M Cleve land 12:1)0 p. 31. (Sleepers In Hurralo and Cletciund). ' making direct connection for Detroit. Chicago, and ' the West. Cafe Library Car. 8..I ft p. M.-HAILY Via Chautauqua Lake and I .rO Niagara Falls, holld train to Chicago. Sleep- I eratolloruellsvllle, Chicago, nnd Cincinnati, Dining ; Car. TICKETS. LOCAL TIME CARDS. AM) PULLMAN -I ACCOMMODATIONS at 111. 113. 261.401, and U67 Broadway, 1ST II ".ery, 156 Fast 125tust and ' 111 West 121th at.. Chamber nnd Weat 2.ld at. ferries, NewYi'rk; JUKI nnd 72(1 Fulton at, 106 Broadway, ; Brookln; 2im) Hudson at.. Hob, ken, and Jersey city station, Wcatcotl'a Express call for anil checka bag- 1 gage from hotels uml resldem es to iU'ttlnatlon. i BALTIMORE & OHIO." Lcaie New York. Whlii hall Terminal, dally. CHICAGO. 1:55 P M and 12 KinUlit. PITT.IU'Rri.!l:25ex Sunilav il-ftD Sun 1 1 210 night, i CIS'i'INNArl. ST. I.ul'lS. 11:55 A. 31., 4l,lr l. 31. I WASHINGTON. UAI.TIMORE, 7:55. V.f.t (Dining i an, 11:25 A. M .Dltilng Can. 1 55. ;i:2.1 ildnlng Can, 4:55 ililuliu l r , ':.'r p M . 12 HI night, r-tin. day, tda. Dining Cur), 1 1 25 A SI. ililnliigcari, 1:55 (Dining Can, 4:55 ililulng fan, 6.9.1 p St., 12. ID ' night. NORFOLK, 11:25 A. M. dally. ; NEW ORLEANS (through sleeper), 155 P SI. dally. ' Tialns leave font Libert) at ft mlnutt'Hiati r. , All tralna are Illuminated with Pliilseh light, , Offices; llll. 172.201.4:11. 1 140 Ilniadwa), ill East 14th t.i !27llowery. New York; nun, ,114 Fullon at., ' Brooklyui Whitehall Terminal. Baggage checked , (rum hotel or ratldenc to destlnatlou. I Snilronas. J Lehigh Valley System. I Stations foot or West 23,1 st, (Prnn. It, It.), Cortlandt ill! tir DcalirosipH St. fftl Indicates time ftom West Vil.l St. Other figures SI1 show time from Cortlandt or Dcabrosses St. .flt nun, mill A. M. dallv isuiiilar 6i45, 7 A. M.) jlltl for M MICH CIICNIC i.u.l intorincillnte atatlons. 4Hi trtn. Mils a, 31. dally for WILKESHARHK, K- RCRANrON (week ilntsi, ELM1RA (week dsyai. 1 . ITHACA. GFNI-.VA. ROCHESTER. BUFFALO. 'm NIAGARA FALLS 1 thu West and principal local M points; illuitu ar and chair car to lluffalo 41 f lOriti. lomo a. SI.. Min. Inj a only, for HOUND 'M I BROi-iK and liitcrtiiedlalo slat, ins, jV ' -lot'.s, ni.-,i a. SI., stall)-, except Sunday, for ' 3IACCH CHUNK and lulermedlnti- polnta. S l 11 1.1.1. I'JiOli ihhiu dally, exopt similar, M "llliAl'K IHA.MONI) HXlMtSS," Arrltrs lliillnln tl:.i5 P.M. Pullmmi Vestlbuln Day ,1 Co.tches ami Piitiorl'iirs. Dining Car ber Ice. Meals M a la Carle. Coiuiei'ta at lluffalo with through sleep- of era to Detroit nnd Chicago. S , I'JiM.I. i-iiio P.M. dally, except Sunday, for 79, 1IAUC11 CHINK nnd Intermediate points. -d ' I U 1.1.1, 1 1 m P. M .Siltlday. only, fur EASTON, K SfAUCH CHUNK, and tlieeotl branches. 1 nan. li It) p it dtily. exciipt Sunday, for A WlLKESB.MtltE, PITTSTON, SCUANtOS. and prln- i, clpal Intermediate idatluns. Conutcla for alt points t In coal regions; chair car tor Wllkeatmrre. , m.1.1, 4il p 31 dally, except Sunday, for ' , ' Wtt.KKMIAHItp. PITTSTON, SCRANTON. and prln- H clpal Intern t ittate stations, Connect rnr all points :' In coal regional Pullman Burnt Parlor Car for ;'; Wllkesharre. ' liillt, nun p.m. dally for EASTON and Inter- ' mrdlate atatluns. .",' 31.15, Hill) p. M. dally, except Sunday. Express ,1 for SLAT1NOTON and principal lutermcdlatn sta- y tlons. Ciuiiiects for Reading and Harrlsbutg. Chair ?' cartoSlatlnston, A' Oi55. lioiip. M, dallyfor nUFFALO. NIAGARA " FALLS, ami all nolnta West. Pullman sleeper vratl- "il bulo train N. Y. to Chicago. Sleepera to Hurralo and VI Turontii h : I55, aiiOII 1', M.dnllv, except Sunday, atopplnsr 'i onlv at SOUTH PI.A1NKIELD, EASTON. HETIILE- fl HEM, MAUCH CHUNK. L.K n JUNCTION. 8AYRE. GENEVA, ROCHESTKR. HATAVIA, ami BUI-FALO. F Pullman aleeier for lluff.ilu. None hut sleeping oar J'i pasiengers carried. No baggage oarrled. T Ml.1.1. tltnil P. M. dally. Tor ITHACA, GENEVA. J ROCHES! KR. BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleepera to Wllkesharre and a Adiiltlnnnl Incut tralna dallv except Sunday, for V BOUND IlltiviK and Intermediate points, leave as 'J follows: MSB. 11:00 A.M., attOB, 2:30, '3:85, 4:20, 8 and '.I. r, il::io P. M. H Tlckeii and Pullman nccommodatlous at till, ill, 273. 111,1, lilt, nnd I:i2:llinadirav, III E. Uth at,, 15(1 S K. 12,1th st.- 127 Ilutarrv. N. V.j 860 Fulton at., 4 5 Court at., im li-wny, nut Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn. 8 N. Y. Transfer Co. will calt ror and check baggage X from h"t-i orjelde.'ice ihrouirlt todesllnatlon. I New York"and BoW'HlTalU N. Y., N H. ft II. R R. nnd connections. From Gia-.id Central station. : ' Leave. lly wny of Due. .?. 11:04 A 31., Springfield ami Worcester, 3:80 p. M. J 10:00 A. )!., ftNcwLa-nlunnnd Provldence,:i:iiO P.M. 'J 10:113 A, SI., New London and PrilMenc. 4:25 P. 51. 11! ., bprlngfleld and Worcester, 5:411P.M. ; ; 1:00 P. SI., Air Lino and N. E. It, It.. fl:0t) P. M. " 1 :02 P. St., New Lonilnn and Providence, 7:00 P. St. 8:00 p. SI., 'New London and Providence. l):00 p. St. 3 4:00 P SI., 1Sprlngtlel.l and Worcrtter, 10:00 P. St. 6:00 P SI.. 'Now London and Providence, 11 -.00 P. M. 1 1 :co p. si., sprliiglli Id and Worcester. 0:1.1 A. 31. '. 12:0 1 P. 31.. Nw London and Providence. (1:25 A. 31. R-tnsitall)-. Including Sunday, ni 4llnybtate Limited; all purlor cars; fare $7, In- cludlugparlurcitr seat. 11 JAIr Llue Limited; arrives at and departs from Tit Park Square Station. Roaton. Return service same A hour and by same route. '3 Through parlor anA sleeping cat by each train. t C. T. nKMPSTfcAD, Gen. Pans. Agent. Octaa wnracrs. AlVIERICAtM LINE. NOW YORK SOUTHA3IPTON (London Parts). Sailing every Wednesday at 10 A. 31. ; ST. TAUI Oct. 27 hT.J'AUL Nov. 17 1 HT. LOUIS Nov. illST. LOUIS Nov. 24 1 PARIS. . .. Nov. 10 PARIS Deo. 1 1 RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP Sailing every "Wednesday. j WesternIanil.Oct.27.noon Noonlland...Nov. 10, noon ;' Southwark Nov. .l, 1 P.JI, Frl'sland....Nov. 17, noon INTERNA TIONtL NAVIGATION C03IPANY. ' Piers 14 and 15, North River. Office. UBowllugOreen. 5 TIUNARD LfNKTOLIVKliT'OOL.VIAQUEENSTOWM Jf 1' From PI-t 40, N. K., fiHit of Clarfcsonst. A Lucanln..Oct.flO.H:3(lA.3I Campanla,Nov.lH.7:30A.JI 1 Etrurla. ..Nov. (I. 2 P. !. ITlntirla. Nov. 20. 1 P. SI. , VERNON H.IlKC-WNftCo .tun Ag'ts.4 BowIlngOreen. a HAMBUR6-AiyiERICAlV"LINE: I TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS from New York to Plym- j' outh (Lotlilnnl, Cherbourg. Paris, and Hamburg. 3 Cnlnmbla..iVt. Vs. 7 A 31 F lltsinan-k.Nnv.l 1, 10A.lt. HAMBURG SERVICE, by Tn Hi-Screw Mall S. S. Phoenicia. .Oct im, 11 A. M Persia.. Nov. 0, H P. II. ' First cab., S7.1 up: .ecoud ctn-t-t, S4fl. iteerage, S32. t, llanibiira-Ainerli-nti l.lne, 117 llrondsvnT. ' MAINE STK.-niSlIlP C&T, ' rm:-tp K-i-itnio.. ; 80.00 to Purtlmid, Sle.. mid Itetiirn. St-amshlpv John Em-ll and Slanhattan leave Pier : 88, East River, foot or .Market kt., Tuesdays. Thurs days, and Salurda)S at 5 P. 31. Steamers ntted wlta every modern Improvement for comfort and con- venlence of tourists. , Offices, 273 Broadway and 222 South st. J II. HALL. General Agent T XTORTn GERMAN LLOYD STEASISHIP"CO," 1 1 SHORT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. FAST EXPRESS STEAMERS. .-J Saale, Tu., Nov, 2. 11 A. 31. Latin, Tu., Nov. 16. PA. M. 4 Trave. Tu.. Nov. V. II A. SI. Kaiser. Tu..Nov. 23. 2 P. M. IIKLRICHS A CO . S Howling Green. Tll.lt llllll.MOl l.tMC. IHII.V TO MIHIIII.Ii. Nlinrlet se Trips Out r .esv Vork. Delightful tours to Old Point Comfort. Norfolk, New. ' fiort News. Petirsburg. Portsmouth. Pinner's Point, ; Itchmoud. Virginia Reach. Vn and Washington, D.C. Freight and Passenger steamers aall from Pier 26, -North River every week dav, except Saturday, at 3 P. 31., and Saturday at 4 P. St J W. L. (iUILLAUDEU. Vlce-Pres't and Traffic Mgr. J WHITE STAR LIME. Stajesttc. ...Oct. 27. noon I Teutonic. ...Nov. 10. nooa Germanic Nov. 3. noon 1 Britannic. No.. 17. niioa NO COTTON CARRIED BY PASSENGER STEAMERS. Pier 45. North ltlver. Office, ll Droadwav. New York. , II. StAITLAND KERSEY. Agent. 4 iramooats. j bostomTa n d new e ngTand I VIA hoUND LINES. J FALL, niVBR I.IK. vl-i Newport nnd Fall RlTr. 1 Leave Tier US, X It., font of Murraj t.. ne-rk day a anil NunrlAyti at 5;:i0 T1. M. Steamers J'rUcllU autj S Puritan. UrclieMra en pact). I nroM(iTtV i.l.K, via htonlugton. Leave PJ afl. N. Jt., oneblot-k arKvi Canal t., wrek daj-sonljr. j at 0 1'. M. Stoaincn Malno au4 Xtw Hamiwhlre. 1 MIU 14.11 LI.K, via Nmv London. Lcnvo Pier 40 & (old No.), y. It., next Defibra-ups it., rrrek days onljr, at 6 P. 31. fet earners City of Lowell and Rhode Island. Albany Evening Linea The popular ateamera ADIRONDACK and DFAN RICHMOND will leave Old Pier 41, N. It., foot Canal St., at H P. 31. dally (Sunday excepted), making dlreot connections with trains North, East, and West fATsrTii.i.. i:i'ii. .. sox-tSr-KiK iiiiats leave Pier 4.1. N II., foot of Christopher at., every w eek day at P. 3L KINGSTON LINE. West 10th st Dally 4 T. M.. Sat- ', urdays at 1 . Steamers I1AI.DWIN and ROSIER for ( Cornwall, Newlmrg, New Haiuhurg. Siarlboro, AIlltoD. Potlghkeepsle. Hyde Park. Esopus, Kingston, connect. Ing with I'. & I). It. R. for all polnta In Catskllla. ' SKVt ll.I. Fare. Sli EXCURSION." II. 6). Fast steamers leave Pier 25, E. R., dally (Sunday, cxcepleu) J 1-. .it. anil IV iiiiunigui, arriving in iim-i for Iraiti.-i to Slcrlden, Hartford, bprlngOeld and points North. j T AMsDELI. LINF..Steaniera""leave" Pier' 24. N. R., IV foot Franklin at., for Cranston's. Weat Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall, Flahklll Landing. Newlmrg, weekdays fj P. SI, t Sundays ll A. 31. 'lltllV llTS. CITY OF TROY or SARATOOA. leaves Weat 1 0th at. natty, except Saturdaya. fl P. VL, connecting Willi Delaware and Hudion and Fltcbburs trains. Sunday steaiiu-r touches at Albany PffltCflt. ; TTr.NTION.-OI.DDR.ORINDLE.ORADUATE UNI- j VERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, S1EDI- , CAL DKPARTSirNT; 115 YEARS A SPECIALIST IN , DISEASES OF SIKN. OLD DR. (iltlNDLE has been ' longer rslahllsht-il and has had more experience than any other adirrllsing phy-dclani city paer prova this, Under ids acleiilltlc ticatiueut hiood ud skla dtoeases, pains lu liones, ri"l spots, sore throat anil IniMilh, ulier. palnrul snelllngs. klduey and liladdrr roniplaluta, hi-ulillng lutlaiiiiiuiioiii. grave,, undevel-oK-d organs, weak hack, Inst vitality, are speeillly, per niani'iiily i-ured. .Men about to marry ahnuld consult OLD Pit, (1RINDLK Every Inipidlnicnl removed. KuiTerere. tin not waete time visiting lean skilful phy. alrlaua Reiiieinler, OLD DR (IRISDLE noer falls. OFFICE OVER 15 YEARS at 171 West 12th t., be tween Uth and lhaa Advhefree. Slixllclne 11, Houri.V ti't'. .Sundujs.U toll. Nochargetinlessciired. VIULITY liototliori'lelirated llallett Sledlcal In stltuli. w lii-re Mill ran coiisult (ho greatest blood an1 neive sH't'l,ilui lit the world free of charge. Fortv tear. -d'cclulist-, In all prlviilu dlea.a of men, whli'h ! cure In a rcwd.-nsi also blood polsonlug, prlniurv. Mcondary and lerllarj. periuaneutli-cure.il uli-cis.'ekln illii-a.i i, sou- llirout, mouth and hea4 painful awellli.gi. bladder, kidney. illra-.i-il houea, pimples. blotchii my linaluol.le remedy for nervous debility, weaknem nf body and Intnl. drlcnc!e, weak, undeveloped organs, iiialliiieiili In mairlagai lost Igor restored, beur in mind prs.tlce makes ner-fii-ti thousands cured jearl .cliar.-i. liw. less than any other specialist. (In In III" llulletl Sledlcal Insti tute Ilrsti It Is lln' bo.! and chcipct. 2H Eaat UHU st , near ltd av., New York. mi. barge unless curedt hours '.I toll. Slindoia liii'ludril. i Ol.li lilt, tilll',1', IIV iciirs a peelllt Id dls ense. or men mil). (.Milchett permanent euro guar anteed In all dl-teaee nr lllolie reruiuled. UIoimI poi son, skin dlseo-i-K, kldm.. or bladder trouble, weak ness, nertnui ilchllll. errois of inilli, bad dreams, weak, iinili-v, lui ill iirtiiii-, liiii'i'illiiii'iiu to ninrrla,-i-, A- lie w'.f, coiimiII tbo mill old silallst III this cllv. oniicmir '. iarn in It'll East 171b n.. near Union siiuarc. Hours. M to " Sundnis. I' to ll. s.-ten, title treatlui'lit and advlie free. Jledlclne only ftlic. ..-.- .-(tlllltr.-7 I'l'lltltMIM1 I'l'IIU tn illi.ea.es -,f men, iliuiKcr mi. ra.es t-olli'lti'd. n-lb-f at once, th-.edt'-lr1iij- onh rol cpi-,s si'icntllli- tre.a mini -.iiouldcall, The imlitw-cilull.t, Dr. Rous uur, 127 West '.".'d at., ti toll. 7 nit' Sunday, into I. I vlt. CONR A fs s NITAP.lt SI.-PrHate rooms, ma IT trim wiib full .t.itT or trained uuri.es. 117W..I 17th st 'Id u.il tlitii el Hour., li U. DR. F. IIIIAY III.INN NAN1TAIIIL'I,I77 W. 47lli st Prlvuteruiiiu. tualrnu, U tf. Tel. 278 i Hnih. DR. UFINHARDHOHLUANN-Prltate'iaultarlunC KUU W, 4Ud it., hear Uiuadway, Hours from .