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I THE PATRONS OF GOLF.
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Jfoy AX BUBT WEEK OVTLIltED TOR
lWiS-f PLATERS O.V JKAUT ZlfTKS.
Kj1 atarber Hilt's Tenrnameat far Waastn
rB(Q" Ma An Atlraetlre rnpi Arranged
IBjT (r Ik Uolr dab r Ilteno-Tk Uama
WMVw "' Waahlngtan Tbaaksglrlag Bay Krente.
jgHjfu The tournament for women and men at the
I L Harbor Hill Golf Club will occupy the ear) part
jjHlw ' tbla week. Tbe club tins a abort but very
l sporty course, for, while the entire playing
Hie length Is only 1,033 Tarda, the many hills and
SHaa ,. Ynlleji eltea a different character to each hole
iHjR S andconreyt tho Impression to tho player of a
l touch longer and nioro dlfllcult links. The dlt-
w tances and the boglo score In del oil follow:
fHjK SCO 100 l S3 X30 Ell 147 174 878 110
!(. 04 0 4 4 3 4 0 4
IMUjl A bogle of thlrty-elx strokes seems an ezact-
,(() Injrone, jrot it has been, equalled by Lawrence,
Hfh Graham, and tome of the other members. A
bBk , week from to-day there will bo a boglo match
Hl open to all golfers in lllchmond county, which
HBH should virtually fix tho rating of the leading
l)' men in tho game on Staten Island.
li Philadelphia and Iloaton, as usual, will ba
1 H well represented at tho open tournament of tho
HT Golf Club or Lakewood thla neck, and tho Conn
B', v,idln amateurs will nlso be on hand. Whet er
K M. J. Whlgham will be a competitor Is still a
hHL, nootod point, but It la almost certain thnt no
mBWJ' other nmateur of promlnctico will be an nb-
SlMs lenteo. Houglaa will enter, and Cheney Is also
yJaVMk expected from Connecticut. Kenn Hnd'lynjr aro
.K tobecuests of Jasper Lnch, and U. liagoKerr.
r James Comcrso, and other members of the club
' B 'V will also entertain house parties or golfers. The
f Jinks, now in charge ot Wllllo Anacrson, tho
' runner-up In thd open caniDatltlon at Chicago,
aro In eplcndld condition anil clad with tho
finest of springlike turf. Tho following Is the
WX echedulo fur the tournament:
H Thursday 10 A. M , Uolt Club of Lakewood Cup,
) , preliminary ninlal play round of eighteen holes! 2 P.
V M., nrst matrli play rouml for flraf sixteen! 2;80 r.
M.. Consolation Cup, first match plat round for eeo
.iWs ond sixteen.
iWm Friday 10 A. M.,(lolf Club of Lakewood Cup,eec-
: oud round; 10:.su A. 11.. Consolation Cup, second
round.
.IK Saturday 10 A 51., Coir Club of Lakewood Cup,
BB final round: 111:1.1 A. It.. Consolation Cup, final
h Hi round i Oolf Club of Lakowood handicap, all day.
!' Entries do not closo until the evening before
(a. achetont.
nRi In tho long list of fixtures for Thanksgiving
iHP " tbere'will not be any of greater importance
)Kv than tho medal play handicap at tho St. An-
' drew's Golf Club for the Vice-President's Cud.
u It Is an annual luatih, and, next to tho John
I MR Held gold medal contest, is the oldest Qxcd event
U in this country. Ibo conditions have always
IB1 been the same, that the starters shall only be tho
Mmi winners and runncrs-up in the monthly handl-
AWs caps, who play under a new lianilknp for tbe
WMh trophy, which Is won outright. The lntroduo-
mWj tlon of monthly handicaps for tho A, II. and C
AY i classcs'thls season at St. Andrew's has mado an
H unusually large tleld eligible lor the competl-
1WM tlon. and the onimlttee lias been called on to
Hf ratonolcss than thirty-two players. Thecllgi-
H Dies and their handicaps follow:
H o. E. Armsming, 2 J. U. Baker, si C. W. Barnes, B
J. K. Bangs. 1H J. It. Hell. li James Brown. 6t J. R.
BBp Cnadwlcs. 3i Daniel Cbaunccy, D: II. D. Caterer. 12;
mm V. Cunningham, 14: II. I'.. Coe, till I'. Fletcher, IS: M.
IH Oraham. Jr.. liW. T. Uray. 5. II. Holbrook. Jr., 9; J.
WW Q. A.Johnaon, II; I). P.klugaley, 0 E. W. Ketcham,
, 14i E. ltMtm. mi Uallard McCall, 18s J, UcOee, 0;
H B. It. Roi ertiun. 4i John Held, IHt John Held, Jr.,
V scratch! John Suydam. 18; H. w. Ta(t,U; I. K. Tay
H! Wailor.viJ.SI.Thomaa. IS: II. Towokm, 0: J. c. Tan
Eyck, 11;F.U. Weuon. , C. II. Wildes, IB.
L Vv'ASriiNGTON. Kov. 21. Play on the links of
'mW the Washington Golf Club at Iloslyn last weok
HP consisted of competition-. In the continued Cap-
Hf 1 tains' match on Wednesday and Friday, and tho
mm M' Prescott Cup match on Thursday, Friday and
Wm a Saturday. Under tbe conditions which govern
WW ' 'P the former event, contestants must play each
mx Vcdncsday and Saturday during the f..ll and
WM winter. The winner each day stores three
Mi points, tbe second two, and the third one. Tho
H trophy Is to go to the player with the highest
H , number of points at tbe end of tho season. The
H (lay yeaurday was the best seen on the links so
jS J far this season. The scores were:
m Qrot. JTeap. Aef.
4M Sosrdmaa U7 IS 8B
rZTI Oallaghar 108 18 Hit
f Preacou 103 IB 83
IdeCaUiey 11J 17 D5
B Whitney 103 Id 87
f , Caps. Leach 74 Not finished
pr. Jtnklns 108 18 01
Loekatt 87 u 87
Parry 108 18 84
Brlca..-. 103 IB 88
H Messrs. Taylor, Knagenhjelm, and Morse en-
tered, but did not record their scores. Tbe tu-
tals In this match, counting the points made
MK yesterday, aro: Berry, G; Gallagher, ti: Hoard-
b i nan, U; Tower, 3; Iir. Jenkins, 3; Wiley, lLj.
and Prescolt, 1. Messrs. 1'rescott and Ilrlie
I are tied for third place in yssterday's competl-
mW tlon. Tbe Prescotl Cup match Is conducted like
a tennis tournament, tbo winners of tbe tlrat
WM day plajing each other the next, and so on. Un
JJHKV Thursday and Friday the entries were, quite
May ' . large, but yesterday tney were reduced to four,
MLdl Messrs. McCammon, Tower, Leech, and Wiley.
VI' In tho eighteen boles McCammon beat Tow or
'VJl by 4 up and 3 to play, and Leech beat Wiley by
BP 4 up ano '1 to play.
1 Washington, Nov. 21. The aecond of the
H Series of handicap golf matches was contested
m yesterday on tho course of the Chevy Chase
Wt Club. There nere twelve competitors, as fol-
K l?n s: Msssrs. Comptou. Marrow, Carle, Bowers.
B Danny, Gray, Sltkounorff, Hajden, Iledfern,
Jdcl'herson, Van Wyik, and Mellne. Bealdes
B these. Justice Harlan, Messrs. LJndsley, LilTcr-
W ty and Mattingly and Mrs. Coiupton, Mies New-
f lands. Miss Mattingly, and Miss WallMik were.
id on tho links. Following are tho beat gross.
K. ' ? scores made: U. K. Baric, 1)8: S. F. Redicrn,
mm I 790; Dr. Complon, 101: 1L C. Uaideu, 102;
WM Major Denny, 1U3, and V. C. Marrow, 104. T he
'K handlcups, when prenared, will reduce these
-i4H scores slightly. Chin y Chase golfiuen are much
wml pleased with tho results of the playing. On
"v 'Xbanksgivini; Day the club will hold a thirty-
j, six-bole coinpelitioii against Col. Bogie, for
-i'jj- which a number of players are already entered.
B " Preparations are in progress for the club tour-
namont, which will occur about tbo middle of
December. It will embrace at least one match
.! for the women f rionds of the club.
VB NOTES.
H Weather is seldom considered In arranging
golf competitions, but the Essex Comity Coun
B try Club announces that it it rains on Tbanks
0m giving Ujy the handicap for the prizes presented
WL by the Mesirs. Colby will be postponed until the
rS following Saturday.
IH There will be n bo;lo handicap for a cup at the
.) Richmond Hill Golt Club on Thanksgiving Day.
11H Uke the Tuxedo and Ilaltusrol clubs, this or-
) ganizatlon has acquired new ground and will
m huvo a xrcAtly extended and Improved links
next season.
' H Broderlck Whips Ncjers.
il Patsy Broderlck of Providence placed an-
! other victory to bis credit at the Polo A. Con
Saturday night by defeating Sammy Meyers of
K w thla city in six rounds. It was to have been a
B fifteen-round " go" at 118 pounds. The bout
yfl was stopped by the referee after Patsy had
'? floored his opponent with a heavy left-band
tl swing op tbe jaw and had him nearly out.
'' 1 1 There was a large crow d present.
m Jack Ward of Newark and Jimmy Deverof
! Michigan vs ere tbo principals In the opening
ml contest of six rounds at 118 pounds. Forapre-
,(a?i' llmluary Imut it was a good one, tho boys put-
'Ml'' tip UP rattling " go" right from tbe start.
ill' Ward was tho cleverer, but hen It came to In-
IN flghtlnglJevcr's superior bitting abilities count-
II ed. Ward received the decision.
ll The next event was another affair at 112
m pounds, introducing two local boxers, Jack Mo
Keck and Kddlo Goodbody. McKeck speedily
, demonstrated to his eaat side admirers, who
J . . were out in force, that he still retains much of
iH v. o'd'timo tleterness nnd bitting powers.
. W Ii got tbe referee's decision, but for some
r"eo.D. thu verdict wus received with consider
j able hissing.
'Imfr cessip or iue niaa.
iym narry Miner la tbe latest American boxtr to arrlre
jpJw St London.
1 "Cocky" Iloyleof Oeruiautown, Pa, wboh a been
creailuK quite a furor among the boxera around
i fhlladclphlu. tiaa been matched sgalust Tommy
I Ilo.au oi Chicago for twent) rounds,
lu addition to his match with "Australian" Dllly
nurph. Date hullltran has agreed to met Jim M1
llama, an Itigllth bautamweUhl, for twenty rounds
btlore the Matluual Hportlng Club of London early
next month.
KKId McPartland, the rleter eatt side lightweight.
Las keen matched to meet Jerome tjulgley of I'hlla
oslphla for ntii en rounds at IUj pounitt. Tbe con
test will be utxldeil at Athena, I'a., the early part of
next month.
Dig Ous Buhllii, who la matched to fight Tut Ryan
at New Orleana on Deo t, will be one of Charley
Oodaaeeonds at ankers to night, when the young
California middle" eight will face Paddy Gorman la
a twenty round bout.
fred Morris haa been luting challenge la London
at a great rale since be defeated " bLrllht," the Aus
tralian. Ho has posted a torfelt tu meet MlkeCauaar,
the EnglUh wrlteiwi Ight lie also wanU a "go" with
Pick O'llrlen. who recently defeated Frank Craig, the
t "llarlera Coffee Cooler," so easily.
Odds mat Kuaa or apart,
The elawes of '86 and IbOO of the College ot the
City of hew York met In a gams ot lac roue on bat
urdar. tnsclaaeof 180U winning by the ecora ot 0
goals to 4. The gamo ws hotly contested through
out, Feudrlck sad Jloran doing the star work for tba
winners.
A tug of war contest took place at Prospect Mall,
Brooklyn, nn Saturday nUbt between the Cable Lit
erary boclety te m of Cnlcago and the Norwegian
Sports Club Viking of Brooklyn. There were six
men on a side. Tbe conditions era that each team
. should pull uutll six feet of rope went to luulr unpu
r5 SJ-?J Tn U'ooxiyn men won. Time, 8 hours Ik's
(i
"FOOL OR PHYSICIAN."
Which Are Ton T Th Length of I4f
Largely Depends Upon the Answer.
" Kvery man at 40 Is either a fool or a
physician."
This old proverb wns based on a notion that
every man by the tlmo ho rcachod middle life
usually learns how to enre for Me own health.
If we admit tho truth of It, however, we must
concede that a very large proportion of the
pcoplo we meet are not well, not oxactly physi
cians. Instead ot taking care of their hoaltb. Is
It not true that the majority of people seem
rather to bo trying to destroy their health by Ir
regular living of overwork t Is It not also a fact
that thousands of men are breaking down In the
prlmoofllfo and becoming ph) slcal wrecks In
consequence of their Indiscretion I
All people who havo ever made a study of the
subject declare that this la the case, and yet
thero are to-day large numbers of hard-working
business men and womon with many cares, who
aro always on tho go and never at rest, that
enjoy the best ot health. Do you know why this
Is ao I Ask some ot them, and they will tell you
that thoy I eel well, eat woll, sleep well, and are
in perfect condition simply because they make
regular use of that great strengthening atlmu
lant, Duffy's pure malt whiskey, i hey find that
It replaces tho energy they dally exp nd, keeps
thtm bracod up. and acts as a restorative and
Invlgorator. Tho great stimulating1 principle
contained in the pure malt has a wonderful
effect In toning up tho digestive organs, over
coming tired feelings, and strengthening the
whole body. All grocers and druggists keep
Duffy's pure malt, but care should do taken to
avoid cheap, worthless Imitations, which are
frequently offered. Adr.
IIILLIAIWS.
Haartee Datr Develops a New Ityle or Aaeaer
Shot Nursing.
That It Is possible to play the famous "an
chor" shot in the new 18-lnch balk lino was
demonstrated last week by Maurice Daly In
one of his games of practice for the coming
tourney of tho stars. Tho "anchor" shot Is ex
plicitly barred In tho now game, If played under
the old conditions, with tho two object balls ly
ing agulnst tho rati at the junction of tbe inter
secting balk lines. It Is not, howover, barred
any whero clso on tho table provided one object
ball Is out of balk, liccauso It was deemed Im
possible for a player to make a run of any con
siderable length with the shot elsewhere on the
greon cloth. Daly, who was practicing with a
local amateur, drove tho balls to a cornor and
the two object balls rolled one on either side
the long-rail balk line, and stopped Just astride
tho line about twenty Inches from the lower
rail. Tho cue ball, lu turn, stopped three inches
from the object balls and In such a position as
to enablo Daly to play across tho faco of the
object balls, which were almost froion, as in
the regulation anchor shot.
Daly was in flue stroke, and ho struck tho two
object balls with such delicacy that he moved
them so slightly thut the centre of gravity In
each was not disturbed, and they Immediately
fell back into the same position us betore. lie
kept this man ellous play up, walking back
and forth from one olao ot the table to the other,
counting at each effort, but never turnius either
object ball off its centre. Ihuamatuurs looked
on in critical admiration and counted in branch
less interest, 'ihe ecoro mounted to -O, 30, 40,
60, UO, 70, 80, and Uien, when tbe volcran ex
pert was just about to count UO, by a slip he
failed to strike tho second object ball and thus
cut the remarkabio run short at 8'J caxroma.
Nothing Uko 'this play had before been seen
in the city, and the amateurs went up to the
table to examine tho cloth, there being some
chance that an indentation in the cloth had
brought and kept Uio balls at anchor. No such
flaw was discovered, howover, and to provo
that tho play wus not the result of any trickery
other than tbe moio ot a perfect stroke, Daly
put the balls in similar position in another part
of tbe table selected ai random by one or-tho
witnesses of tho great run, and ticked off 'a
couple of dozen more of tbo superb caxroms.
Tbo record for anchor play anny from the
rail In a public match is U5 carroms, held by
Capron, tho Canadian expert, who made the
break In Chicago. Ives has made some ot these
new style anchor shots In his practice, but ho did
not touch Daly's high run at the difficult play.
The credit for scoring the best practice run at
tho new game belongs to Frank Ives, who ran
up 101, largely by open table play, and averaged
2u In a 500-point game. He did not try tbo
anchor shot In thla big run. Slosson averaged 37
in a 400-point game and scored a run ot 141,
nearly all being gathered by fine open
table play. Schaefer haa a run of 111 to his
credit, Daly has scored 113. Tbe high
run in tho Chicago tourney of last year at
tbe new game was 111. Ao idea of the steadi
ness that characterizes. Ives's practice games is
furnished by his game on last Tuesday night
with Capt. Anson, the ball player. Anson was to
make 125 to Ivrs's 600. and be did It. Ives
failed to score in only one Inning.
lunnetttl.
Continued from Serenth Pag.
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celtlnt depotlta and pajlnc the first Installment of
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listed upon tbe New York Slock Exchange.
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THE THIRD AND LAST INSTALMENT of five per
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Payment In New York must be made to
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and must be accompanied by presentation of the Or-
ttfloatea of Deposit for endorsement of such payment,
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New York, Norember 1. 1BB7.
Baltimore & Ohio
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A Circular addressed to the holders ot the Consoli
dated Mortgage 6 par oent. Odd Bonds of the aboTO
Company, due 1088, detailing the prooei dings taken
for the protection of the tntereat of the Bondholdera,
and calling for a deposit of th Bonda In order that
these Interests may be affectively represented, haa
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day declared a dlTldend of two percent, on lu capi
tal stock, parable on and after tna 23d dar ot No
rember, at tbe offlce ot the Company, 83 W all Street,
New York.
Tbo Transfer Books will close Norember 12. at 3
P.M., and reopen at 10 A. H., Norember 25, 18D7.
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stock, parable December 10, 1,-07. to stockholders nf
record at the cloaeof business Norember 8U, 1897
Transfer books of tba prarerred stock will be closed
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cluilre. Checks will be mailed.
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holders of the Equitable Oaa Light Company of New
York will be belu at tba ofilce of tbo Company, No.
040 Third arenue, la tbe city of New York, on Satur
day, tbe. 27tb day of Norember 1SU7, at eleren
o'clock A. U , for tbe purposs of submitting to said
atockhotdera for tbelr approral an ae-reement of con
aolldatlon between this Company and the New York
and Eaat RlrerOas Company and the New Amster
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Directors. JACOB 1'. MILLER, Secretary.
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11EIMER it CO.. 16B Crosby St.
ARTIFICIAL flowers. Oood rosemarersi alio ex
perienced packerwante.l.MAX MfcUEIt.BIiondst.
RTIFIC1AI.FLOWERS. UoodrosemajMirs wanted.
Apply A. W. MAAS g CO., 10 West 8d st,
BOOKHINdFno. Experienced Katberers and point
folding machine feeders wanted, JBRHEY CITY
1'RINTINO CO. bindery, 08 and 7U York st ,Ji rsey City.
LANK BOOKS. First class blank book sewer
wanted, OIIAS. J. MET7.. TW-BI Crosby st.
I.DKK8. Tiri'EHS, AND COVEKERH wanted at
i'M, J. BROWN tCO.'S bindery, 20 City Hall place.
O" SflllCIl FEATHERS. Wanted.experleaoed bunch
era and packers.
A.llKILURUNJt CO.. 088-036 Broadway.
BTRJClfFEATllEIlS. Fifty good curlers wanted i
work glren home.
A. HEILBRUN CO., 830038 Broadway.
8TRICII FEATHERS. Wanttd, good curiam to
such steady work and good nay.
'il. BLUMENBTOCK. 80S Broadway.
STRICH Feathers Oood sewers wsnted.
J. LOF.WENhTEIN. 83 Bond St.
APElt BOXES. Experienced bands on fine glue
work, LOUIS BAUER, 313 West 20th st.
Commit pttvmxM 'HXixnttA.
TSTARTHOLOMEWintMrLOYliENT BUREAU,
200 East 42d St.. BrsWlaasserrantaareauppUedi
references Inrettlgated.
COMPETENT cook for Balttmora famllyi email
wages. tSi also laundress. (20, fur the same
ftutllr, b... rafsrance. gg-"- ,
'- -
, j
jcmtirtlc mmjmMAtA.
pnAMBERMAIDS, young competent cook. 85 to
J 00 laundresses whodoohaml)er work. BOmKiaaa '
waltressaa, so cooks who wash and Iron, kitchen
maids, rranoh and' English ladr-a malde. French
nnr.es, uutlera second men. Call Monday, Mrs. L.
8BKLY, Employment Bureau. OS Weal 2d it., serr
anu' entrance. 802 eth ar.
COMPETENT eook to do laundry work, tig for a
In family, Urlng In riainfii ldbes references re
quired. Mra. U SEELY. 353 Mih ar,
I?IRSTLASS SwedUh or Trench cook t wages aS0
must be rerr capable and bare lot references.
Mrs. L. SEELY, 802 Otli ar.
RENCH Protestant nurse, for child e yesrs olT
must be capable and hare rary best references.
Mrs. L. BE ELY. 852 Olh ar.
RBNCII chambermaid and aaamitress fcr New
Yorki wagea S18) best references required.
Mra. L. SEELY. 862 ink ar.
rMI0noU(llI English lady'a maldi must understand
-a. her duties and bare -rery best referencesi wanea
(80. Mra. L. SEELY. 35i 0th ar.
Wuntita putlett flitcbnmM, rT
"1JLAMK COOKS. Young man on quarto bounds)
AJ good chanoe to learn.
CIIAB. J. METZ. 70-81 Crosby st.
OOKUINDKRS. Extra eorerara and assistant On
lahera, TIIOMAB RUbSELL It SON,
24-84 New Chambers st.
glttt-fflaw grip ffimaltg.
AJlirlSED YOUNO IRI8II OIRL. lately landed,
would like a position aa chambermaid and wait
ress In a prlrau family, M.IUring bell first Oat,
west aide. 224 Hast lOWtb at.
A LADY desires situation for nurse who haa been
with bar tenyearai abe Is also excellent cham
brrmald. May ba aeen late employer's, lodramercy
Park. 8-12,
CIIAMBERiIALD and Waitress. Willing and oblig
ing young woman; best references from last
Blace. 11. McO. box 134 Sun uptown offlce, l:es
roadway.
CWAMDERHAID Capable and reliable young wo
'man to assUt with waltlngi good references. A.
J., box 184 Bun uptown omoe. 1205 Broadway.
CHAM nKHMlID and waTtressi willing and oblltingt
young woman i rery best cltr references. M. McO,
box 183 bun uptown oltloe, 1200 Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID and WeJtreis Thoroughly com
petent young womant rerr beat references. D. II,
box 1 S3 Sun uptown offlce, 1205 Broadway.
HAMBERHAID. Young woman thoroughly com
Detent and highly recommended. 8. B., box 1 80
Sun uptown offlco. 1205 Broadway.
CHAMBERMAID: understands plain serrlng; will
aastst In dinlng.roonti good city references. 100
West OOtb St., care of McCormack.
CHAMBERMAID to do plain sewing! understands
wa ting! good references. 2374 2d ar.
CHAMBERMAID and waitress! good city references.
74 Ucach St.. care of Ooldrlck.
lOMPETENT cookt middle-aged womant Oyearsln
w last place; understands getting up large dinners
and luncheona; best references. 224 Wast 07th su
OK)K and Laundress. Willing and obliging young
womant beat city references. U. O., box 182 Bun
uptown offlce. tv 05 Broadway.
COOK. Competent young woman, axcellent cookt
good cltr references. 8. 8., box 101 Bun uptown
office, 1205 Broadway,
COOK. Thoroughly competent young woman: apart
ment preferred: good city references. 452 eth
ar, care of O'Connell.
COOK. Young woman capable to take full cnargei
beat references. N. R., box 117 Sun uptown omoe.
1205 Broadway.
COOK, Young women: flrst-clsss cook; bestrerer
ences. W. a., box 100 Sun uptown offlce, 1203
Broadway,
I7RENCII OIRL. experienced aa nurse and s-am-stress:
best city references, lc, 92 Orabam St.,
Jersey City. N. J,
HODbEWORKER. Yonng woman, rood cook and
laundre.a: good references. L. Meat, box 141
Bun uptown office, 1203 Broadway
LAUNDRESS First claaa laundress In prlrate fam
ily: best of references. M. 8, box 107 Sun up
town omoe, 120 i Broadway.
LAUNDllEsS-oroung womani good ahlrt Ironeri
rery good referentea. H. P., box 10U Sun uptown
ofnoe. 1200 Broadway.
MAID. Youngwoman: thoroughly understand! bar
business and good seamstress: good references.
T. P.. box 110 Sun uptown offlce, 1203 Broadway.
MAID and seamstress; good packer and trarelter
and thoroughly competent, good references. K.
P., box 170 Sun uptown offlce. 1285 Broadway,
"URSE. Young woman: capable to take full charge
of child from blrtb: feat city references. U. D,
box 122 Sun uptown 0fflocTiy2fl5 Broadway.
NURSE. Thoroughly competent Infanta nurae;
good rrfereuces. D. M., box 148 Sun uptown
offlce, 1205 Broadway.
ATUHhi: Willing and obliging young girl: good city
J-r references. D. M., box 102 Bun uptown offlce,
1285 Brosdwar.
PARLORMAID. Thoroughly competent young
woman; good referencea from laat place. A. W,
box 10V Sun uptown oniee, 1285 Broadway.
WAITRESS. Young woman; thoroughly compe
tent: best references. A. L, box IbO Sua up
town omoe, 1203 Broadway.
WfAlYRESSi. Neat and tidy young woman) good
it city references. T. O., box 175 Sun uptown
offlce. 1205 Broad way.
WAITRESS" Willing and obliging yonng woman;
4 yeara' referencea. C. D , box 185 Sun uptown
office, 1203 Uroadway.
TfrAITIlESSto assist with chamberwork: best ctty
rr references M. R., box 110 Bun uptown offlce.
1285 Broadway.
rAITRESS Two years In last place; understands
her business thoroughly. 071 West 180th st,
eare of Pryde.
4 irt-CIw grip Sttnlfis.
A MAN of family, with business ability, able to ap
proach tbe best, desires position of any kind
where Industry and attention are required: moderate
aalary: best of reference.
WILLING, box 182 Sun office.
AN EDUCATED MAN desires to secure a position
with a Arm where be can make himself generally
useful; Is a lawyer, and capable of performing any
kind of office work; will take moderate salary aaa
start., ABILITY, box 170 Sun offlce.
A BTBtllV YOUNG IMA (20) desires a position
as stenographer and typewriter; can giro referencea
aa to ctaarcter. c; per week. Address HONEST,
box 1&4 Sua offlce.
UTLER. Thoroughly capable and r- liable young
man: highly recommended from last place. W. P.,
box 140 Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway,
BUTLER, Young man, perfectly trustworthy and
reliable: good references. W. P. D., box 123 Sun
uptown oftlce, 1 205 Broadway.
LAWYBII A lawyer from North of Ireland d.
aires post In good offlie; fnlly qualified, and with
Irish connection. L. L. D box 133 Sun offlce.
0311 ION Is wanted by a young man. 28: married;
American; fair education; willing to do anything;
understands selling or soliciting.
JOS. T. WELSH. 180 huropter St.. Brooklyn.
ECOND MAN Thoroughly competent young man
with best references. J. v., box 110 Sun uptown
offlce, 1205 Broadway.
rirrt 2?oartJ.
East Side.
AN exceptional opportunity In handsome house,
near Waldorf-Astoria; commodious and attrao
tlre. with specially prlrate features: second floor
suite, also single roomi southern xposura; highest
references exchanged. 45 East 34th at.
W eat Mae.
BANK ST., (. Handsome large and small rooms;
running watari table boarders accommodated l
moderate.
efurttitfud&ooraff&partmeatflia $ef
Kaat aid.
AT rl Unlrerslty plana and Washington square
Handsomely fttrnlsbed ball room to leti gentle
men only,
Tfcfil ST., Ill EAST.-Cholce largo rooms for
'XO gentlemen! alloonrenlences: bandy to aurface
and elsrated lines,
Ileal lrtf.
CLINTON PLACE. 74,-I'leasant. oomfortsble, large
and small rooms; board optional; Southerners
accommodated; references.
1 SECOND floor, bath, suite, prlrate bath; board
. optional; slngio rooms, references u Weit B.ld.
QQD'sT.. ltTwEST, Handsomely furnished rooms,
OO en suite and slugloi breakfast uptlonali ralft
all udance, references.
TtJD Zt . 207 wnST -Nicely furnished second floor
xO front and other rooms: excellent table
TkTH 8T 127 "WEST. Newly furnished" rooms;
lu southern exposure! marble lavatories, clothes
prtssea. conrenlencesi singly or en suite.
AZTH ST.. 227WESTT A handsomely furnished
tO room, with bath; ercrjlblug flrstclasi; gentle
men; reference,
,f lat.0 nnd unrtmrnt0 So Zet.
thfark"iViadis6n.
Madison hquare aud Haiti St.
Two large suites, also one small suite remaining to
be rented, Prlrate restaurant on premises. Apply
on premises, or to
UKO. It. UK AD,
10 WALL A 9 TIME ST. (8037.1 1 MADISON AVE.
tii av. umvt:, t on Kit iiitii st.
New, large. Ught, alrr roomsi beautiful rlew of
plctureaque Central Parki rlecirlo lights, elerator,
and all modern conreulences, rents only from (1,140
to (l,20Ui serrn and eight rooms and batb,
AhEVEN-ROOM AND BATH single flat, all improre
meats, U12 West 127th st. See janltreas.
5TII AV., ltTtb, corner Hth st -Elegant apartments,
facing park ; (80 to ( 1 u monl bly. Bee Janitor.
QQII BT.. 71 WEbT. First clans apartmentof eight
OO roomst butler's pantry aud bath; hall itrrlcei
eteara beat and all Impioremrntai every room haa
direct light. Apply to Janitor ou premises.
TOKTIIbT.. 248 EAST. Apartments of three and
J.4U rear roomsi sdl light roomai caaap real.
1 " -
gg yf tat Sutatw EWi
IN TltB V
Epifable Building,
1 fine large bank-
ing room, suitable I
also for brokers, j
iosurancecompany
or corporation.
? Apply to
GERADiU It. BROWrV, I
Equitable Building. S
ISO Ureadnay, Were York, 5
TO IsET
IN THE
Western National
Bank Bldg.,
PINE A NASSAU STREETS,
Three handsome cor
ner rooms, suitable for
broker, corporation or
lawyer.
Apply to
GERALD R. BROWN,
Equitable Bldg.,
120 Broadway, New York,
ALAROE NUMBER OF nOlLDINQS, stores, tofts,
and offices to let.
RIIL4.ND A WI1ITINO. B Peekman st.
AMACUINEsnOP on aecond floor, wltb power,
41M and 420 West 27th at. 8ee engtnect.
ri'O LETwifh power, tbe rery largTloft 27 Rose
Xst.: rent moderate.
RULANO ft WIIITINO, S Beekman at.
i8ea. (Butnte fox ate Cltij.
THE SUN
Harlem Branch
119 west 12sth street
BARGAIN. Sew fire story bualneu corner, latest
Improrements, (3a,UV0t rant (3,000.
l'nKi.ra. 210 wtuiaar.
?RraI Gstntr g or alC'-tattttgglana
HOME FOR WAOE EARNRRB; Thanksgiving Day:
no Iniercst; guaranteea tree; free passes. 1U3
West lOthst, M. S. ItOOMK.
c6tal (Cjitate at &alr Countrii,.
SHALL FARM, particularly adapted for poultry
raising, conrenlent to rallroid and near best mar
ket, for (100; conta ns Are acrea good, rlcb, lerel
land; only ft cash, balance (1 weekly wltb no Inter
est; poas salon nt ome: good location pure air, per
fcctcllmate; only one hour from Philadelphia. Oet
information of R1SLEV, IS Chambers st.
cf or jSale or Co ?rt Cit.
WOODLAWN, New York city, to let; cottage, eight
rooms, Improrements. (1.
Ilt INO, 310 Madison ar.
Orran trnmrra.
MEDITERRANEAN TOURS,
Including PI, tho AIIp, I'nli atlne, etc., Jan. 4,
Feb. 12. by k. N. .nrinnnulai March 6, l)y s. M.
aaalp. Highest class btcamsblp. Hotel, and camp
ing arrangements.
High el-us parlies to Harm 11 B A m ftHB
85? MaV5h .J?"" JaU- "' rtb- JAP Ail
Descriptive protframmes troti from
THOS. COOK & SON JSyy
AMERICAN LINE.
NEW YOltK-bOUTIIAMMON-iLoiidon-rarls).
.Sailing ecr) Wednesday at 10 A. M.
RT.LOU18 Nci. 24 hT. LOUIS Dec. 16
I'ARIS Dec l.NEW OltK Dec. 22
tiT. l'AUI. . ... Dc. HlrtT. PAUL . . D-c. 29
RED STAE LINE TO ANTWERP.
Sailing crery WTeduclay
KensIni,ton.NoT.24.'JA M.'houtliwark, Doc. 8, 0 A. M.
Wfsternlani Dec. l.noonlNoordlaud Dec. 10. noon
INTMtNATIONAL NAVIOATION COMPANY.
Plera 1 4 nud 10, .North Rlrer. Ofllte, OllnnllngOreen.
C DNARDL1NETO LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEE.N8TOWN
From Pier 40, N II , foot of Clnrkson st.
Lucanla .Nor.27.7 B0 01.Campanla.Dec 11,0 80 A.M.
Elrurla .Dec. 4, 21", M lUmbrla Dec. In, noon
VERfrONII UROWNetCO.ticn Ag'ts.4 UowllngOreeiL
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
From New York to Plymouth (London), Cherbourg,
Paris, and Hamburg.
TWIN MMthW EXPRESS SFUVtCE begins Feb. 20. '08.
TWIN SCREW M ML SERVICE, N.Y, Hainburgdlrrct
Prussia. Nov. 27, HA.M jl'atrla.. ..Dec 4, 21. M.
First cab , (HO up, second class, (10, steerage, (32,
tlambur-iiterlrn l.lue, 117 llroiiduMj.
ItAIKB: STBviJ.SBEin CO.,
I'llRtl KX4'l'llill.
90.OO 10 l'urtl'init. Mi-., and lletiirn,
SteMn. hips Johu EiirIIs aud Manhattan leae Pier
8H, Eat Itlver, foot of Market it., Tursilars, Thurs
days, nnd baturdsys at 5 1'. M htemncra flttfd with
evory modern itnprocment for comfort and con
rcnlenco of tourlsis.
Offlccs. 27.1 Uroadway and 222 South st,
II HALL, tfeneral Agent.
ORTlTilKHMAN I.LOY1) STEAMSHIP CO.
SHOUT ROt'TF. TO LONDON AM) CONTINENT.
FAST EXPRESS blKAMKHS.
Kaiser, Tu., Nor 2.1, 2 P.l 'Trare.Tu , Dec, 14, 0 A.M.
Spree, Tu. Nor. SO, A.M.i-sle. lu.. Die. 21, 0 A.M.
ofcl niriis CO . 2 Howlln : Oreem
" II,I UMIIMO MM!.
Iltll.t TO Olltlll K.
For Old Pnlnl Comfort. Norfolk. Newport News,
Petersburg, Portsmouth, Pinner's Point, Itlcbmind,
Virginia Ileaih.V a and tVaahlngtnn, U, (' Freight
and Paa.enger steamers sail frrm Plor 20. nrih
Hirer, 1 rery ei'k dat. except Saturda), at 11 p. M,
and HJtiirdu. ot t P M
W. I. OUII.I.AUDEU, Vice Pre'! and Tratllo Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE. "
Uajestlc or yi.nonni It rmsnlc Dec H, uoon
Adriatic . Ilei- 1, iiMinfleiili)nlc Dec lO.nnou
NO COTTON CARRIED 1IY I'AhhENHKR bTFAMERS.
Pier 40, North Kl?er onion. V llroa In ay. New York,
ILMAITLANI) KEIlbEY, Agent.
Snilroailfl.
Neii, York and Boston All Rail.
N.Y. S II til It It audiounecllons.
From drawl 1 enli il btailon.
Iare. Il aj of Due.
0.04 A. M , fiprlngfleld and Worcester, 8:30 I', M.
10.00 A M.t'.V'" L011J1 uaiidPrinMence, II 00 P M.
lOjus A. M , New London and Pro Idencc, 4'2P,I.
12 U . Mirlngilel 1 and Won ester, 0 40 P M.
H1110 P. M , Air I Hie mid N K. It R 0U p, M
1:02 1 M Nrw Loudon and l'riirldence, 7 no p 11
8 00 P. M 'Now Loniiou and l'roldt nee, l"iio p i,
4iii P. M , 'Springfield and Worcester, 10 1111 p M
0.00 I M,.rM Lou 01, ant I'roildence.ll onp M
11 :00 P. M . srrluglleM and Wonistir, 1! 15 A. M,
12 00 P M , 'New 1 omliiu and l'rorldence, 0,20 A. M,
Runs dally, including hiinday.
ttUay Statu l.lmlt.il. all parlor cars; fare (7, In
eluding parlor lar scat ......
JAIr Line Llmltru. arrlres at and departs from
Park riiusre btsllou, lloston. Return serrlce same
hour and by same route
Through parlur aud sleeping ears by each train.
"""" " "c.T,HittP8TEAl),asn.Pasa.A(aat.
' gnUtoai, -
AMERICA'S QRBAfsiT R AtLROAB." '
NEWYOEli
SfTRAL
' &. Hudson nwEn n. a
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
nutitcT i.nn TO M All A tit rl,ua.
All thiough trains stop at Albany, Utlca, Syracuse,
Itocheiier, and IlutTalo.
Trains leare tlrand Central blatlon. 4 2d street and
Fourth arenue. a follow.!
8R( A M.-Hnllj, esccnt Rundar. The famous
.OU LMPIItE STATE FAPilli.8. LIMITED Fast
eat train In the world. Duo Iluffalu at 4!4B P. t.,
Nlsgara Falls S:SS P. M Toronto H;21 P M Thla
train Is limited tolls stating capacity. Connects
at title fur Adlrnnda k Mountalua and Montreal,
Q. If; A SI -FAST MAIL. Dallr-For pougnki-ep-(J.riU
sle, Albany. Utlca. Syracuse. Itocbester, Buf-
'alo, Niagara 1 alls, and Cleruland.
1 fiiflfl A M.-NOKTII MIORB LIMITED, Dally
AOiUU 24 hour train to Chicago rla Michigan Cen
tral route. Due HulTalo N:40 P. M., Niagara Falls
1:3U P. U . Chicago U.0O A. M. Carries sleeping
and drawing room cars nnlr
IO'iiA. M.-DAY EXPRESS, except 8unday
XU.UU For Mllbrook, t'atuktll Mountains, and all ,
1 important New York state points.
(1(1 p' M.-SOUTHWLSTiCRN LIMITED. Dally
uvy For Columbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, and
St Litul.. stop, at l'ouittikcepslo.
1,l)( P M-CIIICAOO M'ECIAL, Dally-For De
VIV trolt, Clerelaad. Tole.10. aud Chicago. Stops
h Poughkeep.il' and vohenrcladr.
3,J(t P. M.-THOY AND AI.IIA.N'Y SrECIAU ex
UU cept buutla) -l'ur Hamsun's (Wost l'olnl),
Poughsefpsle. Albany, nudTrm.
6 .fill P. M-I.AKJ' MIOllE IIMITED. Dally,-24-ou
hour train toChlcago, rla Laku horc route.
Dim t'lereland 7-10, Toledo 10'Ot A M., Chicago
4 P.M. This train connects at Clurelaud for Cin
cinnati, duo 4..'i5 P M . nd nt Toledo fur St.
Ixmls, due in in p M , (ue Kansas City next
morning. Carries tleiplng and drawing room
cars onl) .
6. fin P. M.-WE.STFRN EXPRESS, Dally-For Nl
Uu agara KalU. Clerclsn 1. Toledo, Detroit, Chi
cago. Cincinnati, nnd St. Lnul.,
G.OC; P. M -NORTHERS EXPRESS. Dally-For
i Troy, 1'laitJ.burg, Ilurllngton, Montreal, and,
except Saturtiar ulslits, Ottawa.
7.Q1P. M.-llUtFAlo SPECIAL, Dally-For Adl
Olr rondack Mountain points and Montreal, rla
I Ilea, llochtuirr, Hull alo. Niagara Falls. loronto.
Clereland, lndlanaiolla, ht Ixiuts, and Chicago
9.f Ifi '' S1 --SPECIAL I.1M1TU) MAIL Dally
V.f (sleeping car passengers only) For oluts on
Fall Rrook Halln ay. rl t Lynns, and for Rochester,
Ilntfalo, Cleveland, ludlaiia!olls. and St. Louis.
9,1 C P. M.-PA11HO EXPRESS, Dallj-For Syra
AiJ cuso. Ow i gu, Watertowu, Ogdeniburg. Uuf
falo. Niagara tails, Clereland. To edo, Chicago,
and, except Sundays, for Caite Vluceut aud the
Auburn road,
rii.-li MllllT-MIDNIOHT EXPRESS Theatre
i.JLU train for Chicago and principal po uts on
the Now York Centra! ereiy night excel! Sunday
nights, bund ay nights Chicago sleepers leare on
Pits train
Oioo A.M. and man p. M Dally, oxcept Sunday,
toPltt.neld, rla Harlem Dlri.lnn
Oils A. M Sut.dajsouly to Plit-fleld and the Berk
shire Hills, rla the Harlem 1)1 Lion.
"ALL NIUHT" TKAI.Nh TO YO.NK1RS.
"All night" trains run between 100th st and points
on the Putnam Dlrlslou as far as Yonkent, lu connec
tlon wltb tbe ele at d road. The only Hue runnlug
"all night" trains out of Now York
Wagner Palace Cars on all through trains.
Trams Illuminated with Plnlscli light.
Tickets aud W atnerofllce. it tlrand Central Station,
113. 201,4111 Broadway, 31 lul Will It . U42 Uroad
way. 233 Columbus ar.. Ill West 120th St.. and 18HH1
st station, Now York i 83 and 720 Fulton st. and 100
Droadway. E. D., Ilrooklyn.
Baggage checked from hotel or residence by tbe
Weetcott Exprt-sCompany.
JOHN M. TOL'CEY. OEOROE 11. DAMFI.S,
Oeneral Manager. Ocutral Passenger Agent.
Pennsylvania
3aAIIiH.OAP.
STATIONS foul ui t'.t Tweiitytniru trc-et and Des-
brosscs and Cortlandt streets.
nfThe leering time f rum DeshrosM s and Cortlandt
streets Is fU e mluuti s later than that gh en bolow for
Twenty third street station.
7i35 A. .11. 1'AbT MAIL. Pullman Buffet Parlor
Car New York to Plttiburg. Sleeping Car Pittsburg
to Chicago. Nocoachea to Pittsburg,
Hiss a. m, FAbT LINr. l'lttsourg and Clereland.
OlSOA. Ml. PENNbLVAMA LIMITED Pullman
Compartment Sleeping. Dining, Muoklng, and Ob
aeratlon Cars. For Chicago, Clereland, Toledo,
Cincinnati, ludlanapolls. Loulsrllle. ht. Ixjuls
1135 I'. ll. CHICAOO AND 8T. LOUlu EXPRFSS
For Nashrllle l la Cincinnati). Chicago. St. Louis.
0103 P. n. Wl-STKIIN EXPRE&S For Clereland,
Chicago. For Toledo except Saturday.
.11411 . SI. .SOUTIIWEsTFRN EXPRESS For
PUtsburg. Clnclnuatl. Indianapolis, bt. Louts.
7i50 P. ri. (Desbrosses and Cortlandt streets R'80
P. M.) MAIL AND EXPRESS. Pullmin Buffet
Sleeping Car New York to Altoona, East Lllierty,
Pittsburg, and polnta West, dally except Sunday.
Nocoachea.
7i53 P. ai. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For Pltuburg and
Chicago. Connects tor Clereland and Toledo, ex
ceptsaturday. WANIIIXUTOKr AM) TUB SOUTH.
7.B5. 8:25, U.2S. K:fi0 (Dining Car), 10 0OA.M .13 05.
1:00 (3 15 "Congrrnuonal Llm ," all Parlor aud
Dlnlngll'ars). 4:20 (Dining Car). 4:55 (Dining Car).
B.55 P, M . 12:10 ulgnt Sunday, :20. 0:2. 10.00
A.M. (3:10 "Congressional Llin.,' all Parlor aud
Dlulng Cars). 4-26 (Dining Car), 4!5S (Dining Car),
8-S5P. M. 12:10 night.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Express. 4:25 P. M. 12:10
night dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LLNE. Expresa, 0:25 A. M. and
8 05 P. M. dally.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.-4:55 P. M.
dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK. 7:50
A M. week dara and 7:55 P. M. dally.
ATLANTIC CITY 12.55 P. M. week days.
CAPE MAY. 12:35 P. M. week days.
Long Ilraucb. Aabury Park (Interlaken Sundays),
Oceau Orore, and Point Pleasant (from West Twen
tyiblrd street Station). 8:53. 11:50 A. M. 3:10.
4:15. 1 1:25 P. M. Sundays, v.ib A. M , 4:53 P. M.
(from Desbrosses and Cortlandt fctreets). u:10 A. M
12:10. 3'40, 0:10, 1 1:30 P. M. Sundaja. 0:45 A. M ,
0:13 P.M.
COIt PIIII.DEI.PHIt.
0:15, 7:23. 7:33. 8:25, h.53, v:25 (0.55 Penna. Lim
ited), 0:33 (Dining Car), 10:53. 11 :55 A.M., 12 55,
1:33. 2:33. J 35. 4:23. 4:25 (Dining Car), 4:55 (Din
ing Car), 5:35 (Dining Car), 7:10, 7:33, b.35 P. M ,
12:10 nljht. Sundays, 0:13, 7:35, H:23, S:55, 0.23,
0:35 (Limited), V 53, 10: 5 A. M., 1:33 (Dlulng Car).
8'35. 4:.'5 (Dining Car). 4.55 (Dining Carl, S-jO
(Dining Car). 7:40. 7.33. 8 35 P. M.. 12:10 night.
Ticket offices NOS.4BI. 1144, 11V0. 1323, 111, aud2nl
llrundway;l Astor House; West Twenty-thlrd treet
htatlun. and stations foot of Deshmsien and Cort
landt Streets; 4 Court Street. 860 Fulton street. UB
Broadway, and Brooklrn Annex Station, Ilrooklyn;
btailon. Jersey Cit Tbo New York Trauster Com
pany w Id cail for and check baggage from hotels
and realdences through to destination.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R WOOD.
Oeneral Manager. Oeneral Pass'r Agent.
DKLAIVAIIB, a.tHAlVA.VA lVKSTItltS
It. It.
tatlona In Kevr a oik, root or Itarclay and
t brl.lonbrr NIs.
VKITIIILLr. TltAIMS. Pl'l.l.lIAY UL'PPET
t'AHM. rnrrn ..ht.
Direct routo to Nenark. Bloomrjeld, 3IontcIalr, tho
Oranges, Summit, llernarusrl le, Bakllig Ridge, Mad
lson. Morrlstown. Patsalc, Patersoii. Ilooutou, Dorcr,
Stanhojie, Newton, lludd's Lake, Lake Ilopalcong,
lluckettsrijwn, bchoole'a Mountain. Wns!dm.ttiu,
Phllllpsburg, Easton U utor Oap,btroudsburg, 1'itcuiio
Mountain, Scranlon, I'lttston.W Uket.1 arre. Nanlleoke,
Danville. Nortliumberlaml, Moiuroe, Blngi auitou,
Oxfunl, Norwlcb, U alrrrllle, Utlco, Ulc-bll Id springs,
Cortland, Syracuse, tlswigo, llbuca, Owegu, Llnilra,
Corning, Bath, 1)aih, tile. llulTalo, and all points West,
Northwest, aud southwest.
HiOO A. t. Ulngliauiton Mall. Slops at principal
stations.
IOiIIO A. St. (Cafe car) IlutTalo, 8:ranton, Ding.
hamton, Owigo, Ithaca. Elm ra. Utlca, S recuse,
ami Oswego Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars,
Ci nueutlng at Buffalo wltb trains for Chicago uud
IMdnts West.
I iO) p. xi. K rsnton, Blnghamton, and Elmlra
Express. Pullman buffet pat lor cars.
dot) p. M. Sjcranton WlUisbarre, and Plymouth
Expresa. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
TiOOP. M. (Doll)-onicagoistlbule Limited Ex
press for bcranton, Illuitliaiiiton, Elmlra, llulTalo,
Pullman Iluiftl. It eplug car New York to Chicago,
Dining car west of 1 urfatti
M1110 P. M. iDall) ' liiitlulo Express. Pullmin
sleep rs for Scranion, Illngliamton, Elmlra, ilath,
Mt. Moriii, ami llunaln. arntli.g llulTalo SAM
onto p. M. iDall)) HuiTalo, Bi-runU.n, Illngliam
ton, Owigo, Ithaia, hlmlra. hra-use, Utlca. aud
Oswego Exprtit- pulliuun buffit .let pers.
Ticket and Piilluiau in i-ummod.ttiuiint Henry aaro
ASotii. Ltd., tl.'l lnada,14 Park place, and i)
llroa Iway and 042 llrusdi.a Tickets nt herry sta
t.uus, III 4th a ,cnr l.'lh at.. (11 t tit 125th St., 2,13
Columbus a New orl.,338 ami 7.1 Fllllotl.t aud
I Oil llroadna, Bruoklju Time lablea git lug full In
formation at nil .tattoo.
Wcstcutt'a Expre'-a Company n III call for and check
baggage from hotel or reildeuce 10 disduatlou.
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chambers
st.as foltovrs, and fire minutes earllir from Wtit
V.li' st.i
9,flfi A- M, Vestibule Fxprrss dslly for Blng
JJ bsmtou, Wnirly. Muilra, nurtaio, Bradford,
an ie. Buffalo 8 P M Parlur car to Buffalo
').On ' -'" -Vi.tUuie lliultld-1'...t mall dally.
JJ Solid train f'tr Clil ago, la Chautauinia
La.e, arrlri s Clevi laml 7 in A M, Chicago A p M,
blieHrstoCblcn,(0, CIcMlaud anil CliKluiiall, Inn
1'ig Car,
7,4(1 " " Buffalo and Cloelind Veillbulo 1.x
I ,0J press dally, arrlres at linralo 7 OS A M.,
Bradford 7il7 A II. Jatiustnnu 7 on A M, I'leve.
laliilI2;U0P M ("IroirsluBunaliiancI Pletelanl),
making direct touutHtluti for Detroit, Chicago, und
tie West Cafti I.llirurj 1 ar
8.1.". ' " Dally lu Cliaulauriua Lake and
.0 N atrarn Fall. Solid iralti toi hlcago. slieii
rr. to Horuellslllp, Chicago, and Cincinnati, Dlnlug
Csr.
'I'lCKF.TS. I1CAI. TIMB CARPS. AMI PIM.I.MaN
I ACCOMMODATIONS at lit 1U, ifll, 4111. and
W57 Broadwa), 127 Bower; l'11 K" 123lh st.avl
111 We.t 123th St., I'liainla-r. and West 2Jd t feirln.
New Yorki 33'l and 120 Fulton at, luO llioadar,
llrouklyui 2110 llinl.un.l II 'ken, and Jt rsej city
station. Wt aliott's Ki n- call, for und checks bag
gago from hotel, an'! 1 .1 len. ei tu destination.
BALTIMORE & OHIO."
li , , o k V, hitehajl rcnu'ual, suuili terry,
and rout ot Liberty .Ire I
Dally sKxirpI hun lay 'Sundays
CHICAOO, ..!lil A M ' 0u 1 M ,ulid 12 1,'mlghL
PITlMlL'ltti, ! II) 51 .!.'. P M U 00 P M.,
IVllOnlkbt (1. 3D A M l.ibertr-l only 1
CINCINNATI. ST l.OI'IS 'III HI V, '.1 "..IP M
WASHIM.TON. IIAI.IIMUIil '7 53, l "U illluerl,
11:30 A M iDlner) 21)11 (liliirn, .l 25 (Diner),
4:63(Dineri, 33 p M and "U 15 night.
NOItlOI.K. 111 JO A M
NEW OIILEAM), 4 63 P M (thrcugh il-er).
All trains are Illuminated with 1'Int.ch light
Offices: 11:1, 172, 2UI, 4.11, 1140 Broadway. 81 E.
14tb st. 127 Bowery, H Vi U8V. 34 Ku.to-j it.,
Brooklyn! Whitehall Terminal Bagrage checked
from hotel or residence to dsstlaatlon. R
a t
' -- ' ' I 1B
teliigb Valley System.
Btatlons foot of West 2ld RL (Pcnn. it, R,), Cortlandt l U
.nrleehrih..c4 St. , HH
Inclltntes time (ran Wot 2.1.1 St. Other figure ' -Wlm
aimw tltiio froiirTurf lawlt or Detbiowcs Bt, iafl
Hliia. Olio A. n. dally-ihunlur 15, 7A.U.I. ''iMm
for KAUCH CHUNK aud liiicnnedlate ntsiluns. . ,IMWM
T1S.1, Niin A M daily for WtLKlSllARTtH, immm
FCUAMON (week .lata), EI.MUtA (w ek daya), -,
ITHACA, UINIAA RodllEbrEll, Bt'FFAU). NI. H
All AHA I'M.I.s. and the West and principal local B
polntst dlutugcar andcliatrcar to Burfalo. lH
llisa, laKinnonndally, ox ct Stindar, IB
"ItliACK IHAMON1) K.MMIKSR," )aH
Arrtres llulTalo ti.3 p ,M Pullman Vestibule Day -,'1
Coaches ami P.irl orC f Dining Car Service Meal 4bH
a la vsite Councils at Buffalo with through sleep. immt
era tn Di trolt and Clili'agu aH
Itli'jn luiliip M ilallr, exiept Sunday, for vH
MAUcll CIlt'S'K and lnlermrllatc points. iH
lMian. lii.il' M.. sumlaya uulr, for RASTON, H
MAUCIt CHUNK, and the.oal liramhet. ,IH
li'J.. tun p M. dall), except Sunday, for 'imW
WII.KEMI MIKE. PITTVTON, SCltASTON, and prln. 4BI
clpal lnternie.llati-atatlous, Cunnei-is for all polnta rta9
In coal reglnn.icha rear for WlUcsharre. IH
ril(in, nil) p. M ilallr, crept Sunday, for 'H
WILKI-.SUAItltr, PITTsTu.N, SCItANTON, and prlncl 'H
pal Intermcdlato stations. Connects for all polnta In 4H
coal regions 1 Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Wilkes- SH
barre. 5 B
itioa. 4i'JO p M dall), except Sunday, for traH
MAUCII CHUNK and Intermediate stations. taB
Jl.1.. mitt P.M. dally for KASTON and Inter-
mediate atntions. ofH
Sims. TitlliP M dally for BUFFALO. NIAtlARA iMM
FALLS, and all points Wet, Pullmau leper rest!. MB
bulo tralu N. Y to Chicago. Sleepers to Buffalo and .flH
Toronto. Bll
Tl.t.t. Minor M tlailv. except Sunday, stopping J
only at SOUTH PI.MNFIEI.D, KASTON, DKTllI.R- 4b1
HEM. MAUl'll ( HUNK, I.. A II JUNCTION, HAYRE, UbB
OF.NEVA. ROCIIFhTl.lt, IIAT.VVIA, BUFFALO, and Smm
TORONTO Pullman slicper for IlutTalo. None hut SaVaVJ
aleeplnrcir iiaenircM carried No I megaac carried, ?
Hirt.-, OHIO I', M dallr for WII.KESI1ARRK, ITH- , $.1
ACA.OKNEVV, RIM lll.stl'.lt, IIUFfAIO, NIAGARA ?
FALLS. 1.U1I nil tiuluiH Weil Pullman sleepers to JtBB
Wllkeal arrontnl ltl aca Wm
Additional lucal tr Ins dall), except Sunday, for SHI
BOUND ItltOOK atnl utrrni dime points, leave aafol ?H
lows: s-25, s :m, 1(1.25, iu,3n, 1(1:23, 10 30 (sun-
data mil)) . M ! V,, 'ii:in an.l r,;,-j5, n:1llP. M. '"Hi
Ticktts and I'ulluiaii nu oinni.Klatluni at 113. 201, 'mWM
873. :I53, 044, nnd 1 I.' I Ilroailwar, 31 E ltlhatlBS
K 123tb ft. 127 lkiHcrv. N Y.I SAOTulton sU, 4
Court st , us B'u at mi I lirooklvu Annex Brooklyn. i.'BB
N.Y Trins'erCi will cull fur and check baggaga ,-BH
from hotel or re.ldcniu through to destination. limmM
- '
AtcntiiDoats. ,1
BOSTONANDNEWENGLAlSt UJ ' im
H suU.M) LINKS. " 'B
HOMM.lllt I.IVf, via stonlujtun Iave Pier .BaH
30, N It, nil.. Muck iiImivh Cauit st .week davaonly, iBBB
atop M ste tnier M tlno nud N w llaniphtre. . flawJ
Nonitlt II l,lr, ia.Se Londuu LeivnPer40 ' m BaVl
(old No), N It, next I) broues st .week da) s only. ; !
at 0 P M, Steamer. City or Luill and City ot immm
Lav. ri nee. r BBbJ
rtl.1, nil Pit MM:. ls Nenpurt and Fall Rlrer. f jBaVl
l.iivc r.t r l. N It., foot of Murray st .week dayi BBB
only, nt 3 on I' M, htenmers Prlscllla aud Puritan,
Orchestra on each. ilwJ
Albany Evening Line. U
Th iMipular stenmerx ADIRONDACK and DEAN BBai
niCHMuMi will leave Old Pier 41 N R , root Canal 1 iRaVal
at., at 0 P. M. dall) (Sunday excepted), making dlreot 'gflHi
connections with trains North, Easi, and West. pVbYJ
rTMtii 1.. iuiM a.i t otriiii: roat iaBal
leave Pier 43, N R. foot ot Christopher st , crery iiB
week day ot il P M. '1
KINGSTON LINE. West loth, t Dally 4 P. M , Sat- 'IH
utilaantl Ste men. BALDWIN und HOMER for IBB
Cornwall, N.-ubnru N.v, Hamburg, Marllairo, Mllion, oflYl
I'uughkeeimle. Ilde Park Ksopus. Kingston. couueaV . mMm
Ing with 1. A D. It It. fur all point. In Catskllls. jH
,M!l llttHS.-Fare, $1; EXCURSION, ai.SO. VBI
Fat atraiuiTs p-ave Pier 23, F. II , dnlly (Sunday J HI
excepted), 3 P. M and 12 midnight, arriving In tlma BBV
for trnlns to Mcrldcn. Hartford, bprlngfleld, ana .H
polnta North. "n
TAMSL)I.I.I. LINE bteomer. leave Tier 24. N. R., Hl
-IV foot Irniikllu st.. fur Cranston's. We.t Point, '.H
Cold bprlug. cormvull. Mshktll landing, Ncwburg, iflBH
week diijs 0 P. M , Sunda)a 0 A. M. 'I'BbI
TIIOV IIOTS. CIT OF TROY or SARATOGA "III
leares West tilth st dally, except Saturdays. 8 P. JL. 'IH
connecting with Deiaw are and Hudson and Fltchburg ij BBBB
tralne Suuday steamer touchea at Albany. H
guultc Satires. H
TJOST OFFICE NOTICE." imU
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested, as change - H
may occur nt any tlnu ) IH
Foreign Hi nil 4 for tin. week ending Nov, 27, 1887, fm
will clone (PROMPTLY in all cn-erf) nt the General BBl
PostOnice as fullows I'AlU'l.Lb PO T MAILS close 8mm
one hour earlier than closing lime thowu IaIow. 1
TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. rVfl
MONDAY At 12 M. fur NKTIII.ItLANDS direct. SBai
per steamship Amsterdam, via Amsterdam (let 2VBI
tcrs must bo directed "per Amsterdam"). t H
TTJlDAY At 11 AM (supplemi utary 12.3UP. M.) Vfll
for OEBMAN Y, pr steamship kalter Wllhclm der '.'(. B
)ro"c', via Prefnn (letters fur other parts of "
Euri, Ma boiitbunuitoil and Bremen, must b gl
dlnctcd "pcrKilscr WUhelin der Orosse"). 1-nVsl
WEDNK.SDaY At 7 A 31 for BFLtllUM direct, per jH
pteamshlp Kensington, rla Antw rp (letters must K,l
be directed "per Ken.lnutou"), at 7 A. 31. (sup- JhWm
plemeutary 0 A 31 ) for EL HOPE, per steamship is-'flai
St. Louis, via southamplon (tellers for Ireland -B
Illilf.1 licdlrcclcd -p r bl. Louis"), at 1) A. M. &
(supplementary IU.30 A. M.) for EUROPE, per Hmt
steamship .Majestic, via cueenstuwu, '1
SATURDAY At 4 30 A, M. for EUROPE, per steam-
ship Lucnuta. via Queenstowu Oetti rs for Franca. H
Swltserlund, Itni). Spain. Portugal, Turkey.
Fg)ptaiid BrltlHii India must bo directed "per "iB
Lueaulo")! at 7 A. M. tor FRANCE. 8WITZER- SPl
USD. ITALY. SPAIN. POUTUllAL. TURKEY, Xml
EOYITaud BRITISH INDIA, r steamship La tmVi
Clinmpagn. , via Havre (letters fof other HJ
pans of Europe must be directed "tier La &
riwimpKgne"): at 8 A 31 for NETHER- IB
LASD.s direct, per steamship uhdam, via Rotter-
dam (Utters must be directed "per OUlam"); at WW
s A 31 furOINOA, per steamship Werra (Inters U
hum b"dlrectid "per Wirra"), at 111 A. fl, for '
SCOTLAND direct, p. r steamship Anchorla, via 71
Olnsguw (letlera muit 1w. directed "jier An- W
1 Inula"), at 1 1 A. M for NORWAY direct, per iBJ
steamship Norge (letters must be directed "per iH
Norge"). jWM
PRINTED 31VT1i.lt, &c Gennau steamers sailing iWM
ou Ttieadiiya take Printed 3Iatter. Ac . for tier &l
man), und specUlly Addressed Piloted 31u!tt-r, ABJ
&c for other arts of Europe Auurlcau and ll
Wnlto Star steamer on Weilncsduv h, Herman atl
steamers on Thursday, and Cunanl, Frrn"li, nd iimm
Oermati steamers on SaturdA) take Printed Mat. B
ter, &' . for alt c .iiutrles for which the) aro ad- yBI
erttscd tocurr) mall. Bl
After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlan- a
tlc3Ialls natiied a)M)e, ail lit ouul su)plemeutary ,
malls are oh tied tin the liters of the American, M
Eiigll.h. Fn-iKli and (leriuun steamers. nnJ re- ti m
matti uicu unt.l viil.lu Tcu Minutes of thd horr ' M
of sailing of httamei
MMLS lOR SOI TH AND CENTRAL AMERICA. 1
WI.SI INCH'S, ic. ; m
MONDAY At HI M lor ILMZIl, TUERTO COR- ' M
1r.Z, and bUATI 3IAI,, pc) steamer fr. m NcW fl
OruMtii
TUESDAY -tt H . VI for I, V PLATA COPNTUIFS
tllricl. per stcamitilp lluluura, it fl P 31. lor .
CtiSTA KU A i-r etiiiifrfriniNiwOrlens; at '
H P 31 for PORT ANIONIu, p.r atcim-r from
. IlOMtUII.
WEDNESDAY -At 2 .III A 31. for PORT ANTONIO.
per rienmcr fioiu Plillulclplilu at 1 1 A. 31 for
NfcWIOl NHHND. per lruitilil 1'ortln. at 11 .
A. 31 isipdcmeiiiar) II .'in A M ) fur VENEZUE
LA an 1 1 l'ltCAO, Ji-." SWAN'II.I.A an.) CAIt-
111 MIINA U Curat ao. cr rt. luiialilp Plillailel-
p'lla,,it I P 31. for I'lllA. lirrateamablpOrliala,
viallnvana.nt 1 P 31 fur Ili 1IADOS direct al.o
.SOU I II BltvziL, vli Para. Marautiam and j
Ceara, per .lean sli t Do-ulnl.' ,
FR1DA -AI 2 3U A M fur NEWFOUNDLAND, pel ,
.leanishlii c.--) rl.iu, frnni plitladt lhl.t, at 7:30
A 31 Tul B't l II , per hleain. hip Oilers, via Per-
natultu o, l'a-,1,1 anil ItluJnnelro ilellirs forNorlh
Brazil ami Lu Plalal'uiimr.es must lie directed (
"h r'JIln r"i.
SA1 1 P.DAY -At W..K) A. M r.upplenieulary 10 A. M.f '
fin si ril()Ms, si ( RoIX, I.rhWAUD and
UV.I)nAitl 1-LVMis, p. r t.aiii"l!,i t'urtbi-M
(tctl a fur tin 11.1 .1. liii.ltlal uiilt.iOtti;o mull
In. iiirei lul "pr Cunti!,.u"j. ul Hi A. 31. (iup-
piiiiiniiiir) in i'i a ji.) fur nmrusi, island,
JAMA1 SAVtVILI. Hid I'MnilMirNA. per
s!eainhl. Mlig'iali) ilellcr fur Colin Rica must
1m iltrn tr 1 P r Alleghnii)' 1. at 10 A.
31 U .iiiint..i 1 0 .10 Jt ) for llMTX.
(er -. HiiiH tl. Mule., via Purt an Piinotv f
1'eilt (!,.Hi'.i,uu ilv.e, and .leretnle ai lii,3()A,
M fur 1 AMI U III, CIIIAI'tf, roltASl'O, and
M't VTAN, per sti unitlilp naratoga (letters for
other purl of 3lext'u lili'l fur Cuba inu.t be di
rected " ht -arolng l"j. ut U3I. fur liltr.NADA,
TRISIDMi ond T.'liAiln. iwraieamsblp Irrawal
dy nt 2 P M fur JAM Alt A. licr ti an, ship Ar
ila;..l.itl l ml' M lor I PlLllltl. MHiUKLOV,
pir .learner IroiiiN ilhv)du).
Stalls for NeHfunn.lhii'l, I.) rail in Halifax aud
then, ell) .uiii.-r . !u. u! Ililsuffii. ilollv at 8 .10
P M 31 ill-r ,r Mi'i. Ion. b) r..l 10 Huston aud
tliinco 1 ) .liitm 1 lo at Ihi.i'nlci" .1 ill) at s,'l)
p 31 31llsr rcii,tt.liu at till. ..nice dally at
7IH) A 31. fur f. marline l, it-aluers sailing
iMullilals and llllir-dlli-i Irani Inn laiuia, Fla.
Utter 111. II. tor Mixtco City, on rlami, unless
sptilnlt iil.lrii.. dfui il.i riti Ii It) .teamer, clo.a
i.l Oils. .fll.e dall) i.l I.' no )l pu.er malls at
(Vmt A l lt.-glster.-d mail closes ul u UD 1 H,
pro.lousda)
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS,
Malts for China. Ja an. and lluwa.l persteamshlp
ill) uf Rto Janetrii (fruin -an FraneNeo), olo.e
hrrodall) upm Sm H ul mill' M .Malls for
Cliina at .1 Jupn, per .1 aiii.tup ( liiiubla (from
Tu.nina), i'Iop her. laliy up Lu Nuv ul at 0.80
P M .Mull. fir Hawaii ., r itcaiuklilp Australia
(from tan Iran lee 1 . . .. Iht dall) upm.Nor,
Jlntll III p. M .Mail, lur llioeo'le-ly l.lauls. et
slitp i.ul.l.'" t troni sin t ran' I-.!! . lu.e be re dally
up In Nut 21 at 0 .lu P M. .Mails for China
ami Jupauiii. lelly a.lrroid only) p. r .team,
iliip l-iuprifeaof titna itr in ai. juert closi
here dnlly up to Nn I.M ul t o P. 31. Mai s fur
Aj.tralidd (l. 'PI tl.ie ful W.st Alllltallai.nlilrtl
an furu.ir 1. d tt 1 Iuiuih.N.u jan 1. Hawaii,
Hi, unl amunti l Hi'i-. per steam.l ip MarlK,.a
(from San F mu '. , I ie her da'h ttpiu Dir
II ai 7 .0 , S 1 1 M nn.l .tu r 31 'or -a
ctrl.ul ul N. w uru f hi, ,iu,lil) camp ml a wlili
Bnitl.h instil tor Aii.irill.i jUiI. fur Au.lraila
(t-x vpt Vit Atnlniila Srs'valaul Hawaii,
and Mil Ir-latuL, a r hletilMlili Aoiaul frri'il
auc0111 r , il .eli.ie dull) after De. liuuditp
lo 11-.' 11 al II 3D I' 31
Trans, a.m. mull- are forwarlcl to purt of sailing
dslly aud tlie .oiirdule of clua.iig I. arranged on the
Iiresumptluu of their tiulnterru let ueerland transit.
Registered mall elu.ei at OP 31, )r. vlous da)
CORNELIUS VAN c'OTT, Poilmaslat,
Feat Office, New Turk, N, Y Nor, 20, ltvT. 1
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