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I chess with (Thing chang.
I rxorhB wno don't couxit bvj- SjU-4 VIDE AFTER TUB OAtlE. t' JUgtsUr Cntoatn Antii TbM nkt nr M? with thn Automaton Kuciantrn with V Rural Cbamplona m CNMsier OnmM at J' the Secret or the Hat-bin II Career. A foir weoks oro a tnatt committed sulcldo fB after plujlntr aevornl entries with Chins Chant:, I... the automntlc chess player of tho Eden Musee. Ik It was not tho first tlmo ho hnd. played 'with the If figure. The two were old friends or enemlos. If ,, They had played dozens of gamti, nil of which 1 ChinK Chntip- had won. It wasn't strange that it tho unsuccessful opponent committed sulcldo at I As for Clilnp Chantr. players come and players BO, but ho never mores his colored wax muscles ', and never blink his One glass eyes, llekcops B. right on dolne business nt tho old stand. Hols IbVc never tempted to sulcldo. Thcro Is no reason :B1 why ho should bo. Ito has chockmated real lit kings. Ho 1ms a lively Inner consciousness "TBI (composed of wires and wheels) which assures him that ho can keep right on heating and I checkmating. Thcro's nothing the matter with Jl his career. Ko; sulcldo doesn't tempt hlin. 31 Of course, thoy sny up nt tho Musie that Chins jl CliangdldnotdrlvnMr. B llltt tosulrtrlo. They I 4 aay that Sir. Dullltt wanted tn prove to his H friends that ho was sano and reasonable, and that thercforo bo played a fow games of chess llj before committing tho fatal act. Ability to play I - chess is considered liy somo pooplo to be proof pos- fSjfc". itivoof Banlly. However that may bo, tho fact jft. . remains that Chins Chang and Mr. Dullltt had ':'' played many a gamo of chess and that Mr. Bui- iM , lltt always lost. ?rt- Ho was by no' means tho only regular oppo- gj1 nent of Ching Chang. Tho automaton has a IJ doflntto clientele, to say nothing of tho scores T.. of pcoplo who play n casual gamo with him for f I tho sako of tho experience Tho attendant, a j r. woman. In chnrgo of tho figure says that many ( ft;. pooplo come three or four times a week. At LJ, . present Chlug Chnng Is honored by tho visits of ,'-j; a number of women who nro taking upchetsas . .'. a fad. A good many chiss clubs havo been ' . formed by women, and some of the members go R to Ching Chang by way of practlco between j times. Rainy, disagreeable days, when the at- I' !vi tondance at tho Musdo Is llkoly to be light, and h'. whon shopping and visiting aro out of tho UW question, aro tho favorito tlmos for these fern- ' nfe inlno visits. i l , Tho greater number of tho roguler players nro i Wl apparently business men merchants, brokors, j bankors who seem to regard a gamo of chess j " as n diversion. Thoy drop in late In the after- I ." noon on their way uptown, play a game or two with Ching Chang, and, according to the at- ; ' , tendant, go iivvny refreshed and rested, though beaten. This light and frivolous method of SK diverting ono's mind Is also popular with out- II l- of-town merchnnts, who huve put In a bard day !fjV- at bargaining with the wholctalo denlers. Thoy 'j.'"" broak away late in tho afternoon and eagerly &'' bl tneln9clvcs lo (no fcot f Ching Chang, who 'ffkV ' ready to glvo thorn all tho diversion thoy ,?" , want. Mf Ching Chang plays checkers as woll as ohess, JBj . - and thero is many a provincial champion who ', has found his match in tho nutomaton, much to '"t'1 the surpriso of said champion. The attendant fjffi''4'' loves to soo an old follow from up the State mf' drop In. Ho has beaten everybody up his way !l&? Bnd nea not 8uro tunt It Isn't beneath his dig- slufe nlty toplayvlth "odurnod waxflgger." How- 1 ever, ho condescends. Ho sits down on the lit worn olllco stool reserved for the visiting player li and looks up at tho mahogany-colored coun- tenanco of tho automaton. They both smile. J:i; The visitor smiles because ho is still a llttlo W.'' uncertain about the dignity of the performance. jl- Ching Chang smiles bocause he is built that :j way. V " Checkers 1" says the attendant, who can Ml guess the gumo ntnety-nino times out of a it hundred. j ' Un-huh." tvX Tho board Is set and Ching Chang moves. In By about two minutes the old follow is pulling his rj chin whiskers and cocking his eye up at the 'Mr smiling, mnliognny-colurcd face above him. mX V Five minutes later ho is cither beaten or is play- Bk ;, ing tho gamo of his life, only to bo defeated in R the end. Ho tries it again, but " tbo durned I wax llcccr" smiles and Biuilcs, and is a winner "B still. Tho nttendant Bays thut ono old fellow Bl played thirty-five games before ho gavo up. Ho I'tk put In tho nfteniuon und evening; at It. only going out tnrliU supper. Lately a good many outhern visitors have played with Ching BVI Chang, and tho checker board has been In pretty constant demand. Last wock Judge Mo ll Council, ono of Georgia's best checker players, Bjlju tried his fortunes with Ching Chang. The best BJjH he could do w.m tn play two druwn games; in In '' 4 all tho others the Judge was defeated. 1R ft A irnnl mnnv vmim- fnllmvM nlnv rep-iilnrlv 'en with the automaton. At present thero aro two M who go thorn two or three evenings out of tho '.SJl wick and plav II vo or fclx -Mines aulecn. Bft'. Although Ching Chang Is almost Invariably ' tD0 "inner, his opponents rarely get ongry with Wf him. How could one get angry with so smiling Jl and silent n gentleman I He never makes a Wl mistake lilmeclf, nnd If his opponent makes one -111, he docin't Bay a word merely fihakes his head Mr m solemnly and smilingly. Whon hn announces a 3H3&9 check ho doesn't utter that unwelcome word. (WHKcs Ho simply lows once. Forncheckniatdbebows BHn3'e twice, and Is ready for the next comer. i-'MPB'tg Whtlo tho reporter was asking tho attendant "W1B wl whothor thero was dnngor of Ching Chang's hH k ' driving other men to suicide, a number of pco- WK pie cjimo Into tho room reserved for his nutoma- Hnljl tonsbip. Tbero was a young man of perhaps JHUf SO. handsome, keen-eyed, alert, big browed. The & young woman with him was evidently bis wife. BmK, and, Just as evidently, they wero from out of 'BBli town, Twoorthreo men followed them. The BLycVI younk- husband wanted to play with the figure, WlVl . and tucchosi men wcrequlcklysetontlio board. Mili Tho young man was confident. Ills admiring iBEf H Toung wife was sure. Ching Chang smiled, iBH&iU took ono of his pawnsllghtly between blB thumb iW&'l nrt forefinger and mado tho first move. HHy pi v Tho young man followed, nnd the first few Ti't I i moves went rapid!. At about the fifth move K: h the young mnn looked quizzically up into tho y,- rudity, Kuiiling countenance. Ht'jf " He's a good one," he remarked. Hp'l'r After a few mora moves tbo young man re- SI ill placed his hat on his head, and big knots stood V.Jf out over his eyes. The gnmo went rather moro Klji slowly than most of Ching Chang's, for players Hb';1' are requested lo movo as quickly as possible. til There Is a time limit of thirty minutes on the Ml'lrU games, but it is not often reached. The irame Jr7i, t'", "'be' day proceeded pretty evenly, theonpo- B7Sr nonts losing, ono by one, precisely tbo same V-V; pieecB, until finally the nutomnton had king and BffHi ono Pawn, while bis ouponapt had only bis king, B) V ,ml tho work was dono. ll Tho wifo looked very much surprised and eyed Bf)' Ching Chang with resentment. The husband BfM laughed nnd rcp'-ated: Bull " h, lie's pretty good t I've played with tho Br fellow that used to bo Inside of the figure; a BEI little Frenchman about bo hlgb," Indicating a BrK height of about three fcot. Bt U ybo attendant regardeil him scornfully. Bi P "Youmuy soo tho insldo of tho figure, and BTI bo opened a door in Ching Chang's back and B.IH another in bis breast ana showed her band li through. (' "Ob. thuL'H all right t" cxclnlmed the young if man; "but I tell you 1'vo played with the man M j i that iifccd to bo Insldo. This fa a good ono, but jj I'll beta dollar I can beat him. 1)0 you allow i , betting hero I" r V "No," said the attendant. ! "Woll, I could do It, 1 know I" nnd tho young E, man nnd his friends depHrted. Ht "It'a funny," remarked the nttrndant, "how JBU' people gueis ut thu secret of tho figure. Lots of Brv-. People conio In hero just to try to find out about Bv' it. Men come with pencil and paper und make Wfi- all sorts of uieaturriuonu. Thoy think tbey can V jl nguro Itout uy inutliemittleHl culcututlonB. Al- u fJ ruost overyliody says: 'Woll, thure aro brains if! i behind thut gamo.' The only question is, Where KK are the bntlus I' Homo poonle think thn convex If mirror has something to do with It. I suppose U- tbey think It rulleets tho Ijo.ird somewhere; I don't know where. A man caino in the other B day and ho promptly decided that there Is a , player conccaKd In Hint paper balloon up there. H j You've no Men what foolish guesses people will V mnko after they have tiecn tn here five minutes, 111 and thoy go nwuy convinced that they havo BflBV solved Hi" wliulu problem." Wt-i "Has tbo tlguro over been beaten I" asked n'l'W tomnoim. wit! " Yed," said tho attendant, "but I havo never l! jl teen hlin losoa gnmc. Uccasioually be pluys a I; I drawn game, but generally ho wins, and pretty 1; quickly," u I Ching Chang Is in reality tho famous Ajeeb, ; only bis raiment and bead aro different. But U AJeob, by any other name and In any other H i clothes, seems to play just as woll. He has had ' plenty of distlngiilbhed opuonents. N hen he M- was in I'nrls Victor Hugo, Uustavo Don), and mft Zukerlort, tho Hungarian chess player, hob mfi npblK'd conllnually with him. AJoeb visited J Purls several times, and on the first occasion IF had a bout with M. Rosenthal, who was uillod if the klngof chess. M. Itosenthal, accompanied by III, a number of players from tbo Cafd do la m ltet'iicc, vlbltcd tho nutomuton, uud played I .', two games with it. AJeob won tbo first and m.'-i. IlOBUiithnl the second. The other chess players mi trteil their fortuno then, bu tbo automaton K t bent Ilium all. Ho also bout the King nnd tho U'y. Queen nt Haxony mh well as other royal person- IS aues. Tho aulomutou knows no distinctions of Bui rank. MK, '. Kither the automaton Is Imnrovlng In bis WJIb work or elso he mot better players on tho otkar aJBalaMl' ' 'T '" 'VP?.-: ..... j!! tide than ha has plajrod with here. Ha was beaten oftener In those day. nt any rats. One roan.. ""J Englishman, who often played with him, twice beat the figure and twice bnd drawn games with hlin., HoTjad tho rare opportunity, therororo, of finding out tho automaton's method of acknowledging dofeat. It is to take his king from tbo board, 'riils Englishman said that ono of the automaton's strongest polnla was tho rapidity with which he would broak 1 SJ!K n ode,fenccj! aropnd a castled king. "The Ilguro." says tho Kngllshman, " usually plays a giimn which gives hlin an attack of this kind. When ho has the first movo ho opens with what Is called tho Oluoco Piano (or qulot game), adopting for fourth nnd fifth moves, usually, the advanro of queen's pawn one equaro nnd the castling of hi king. For tho sixth movo he plays what Is often regardod as a weak move, advancing bis king a rook a pawn one square,' which Willi him has a double object; first. It pro vents his king's knight from being pinned, and next It gives that plcco n square lo movo to, which Is very seldom so occupied by good play ers, yet affords n retreat whenco tho knight can bo very clToctually brought out nt tho right mo ment. In tbo meantime his opponent has usual ly brought out ha king's knight and castled, without tho precaution of providing agalnBt tb pinning of tho knight, a process which tho au tomaton immediately attends to. after which, it his opponent Is a weak player, tho automaton makes very short work of him." The attendant takes a great deal of pleasure In answering or evndlng questions about tbo figure, hut of some or tho reporter's Inquiries sho took no notice whatever. Thoy wero very approprlato inquiries, nevertheless, In view of tho recent suicide. They wero ns follows; Does Chlug Chang drivo all his regularopponents to sulcldo I How long can one play with blm with out, being moved to solf-dcstructlon I Do any of his regular visitors show signs of suicidal intentions I Has the automaton shown any re morse for the persistency with which ho defeat ed his now deceased opnutiont I Is he any easier with his present visitors I To these question! tho attendant had no roply. Hit. OEIIL'S ACETrLEXE ZA&IP. An Invention In Which the Element of Onager Is Nald to lie Lacking. Henry Oehl, a John street watchmaker,. has invented a lamp for burning acotyleno cat In which ho claims tho clement of danger present In most contrivances for tbo production of the gas Is lacking. This safety Is said to coroo from trcatmont of tbo. carbldo by a secret process. Tho lamp, ready, is a foot and a half high. The body of it Is n sort of urn of brass, nickel plated, with a capacity of ono and a half gallons and open nt the top. In this urn'lssetthogas generating part of tbo lamp, terminating In tho burner. This consists of an inner and an outer cylinder. Tho outer cylinder Is about four Inches In diameter and is open at the bottom. From fflo top projouts on ordinary gas burner with a cock. Tho Inner cylinder, or carbide L -J holder. Is four inches high andjsmnll enough to lit loosely in tho outer cylinder. The lump of carbldo, which may woigh as much as a pound nnd n hnlf in a lamp of this slzo, is put Into this cylinder, tbo mouth of which is closed with a grating, on which tho carbldo rests. It la then sot on a standard, tho grating being down and the open cud of the carbldo holder tip. Next the holder on Its standard Is in serted in the outer cylinder und locked In with u spider at tho bottom. Kvcrythlng is now ready for tho generation of tho gas, a gallon of water having been poured into the urn. Tbo outer cylinder containing tho carbide holder is set into tho urn. tho water meets tho carbldo und decomposes it into liino, giving off acotyleno gas, which passes up through tho cylinder into tho gas pipe. The secret process through which tho carbide is put pre vents It from generating gas too fast foi; tho consumption of tho burner, and bo, by pressure, forcing its way out throuah tho water. Tho light thus produced Is so white and vivid as to bo trying to the eyes until mitigated by a frlobe, when it becomes an excellent reading Ight. Thoro Is no odor and llttlo heat. Thero aro two drawbacks to this lamp. One Is that It cannot bo turned down except very slowly. Another Is that It cannot oo turnod out and loft standing, because tho continuing generation of gas would result in such a pressure that it would forco Its way out. through the water. Danger of explosion from this cause there Is none, the inventor says, tbo only difficulty being that tho gas would make, an unpleasant odor in tho room. When the lamp la turned out the cylinder should be removed. Mr Ochl has contrived a way to mitigate this fault, although it docs not do away with it. Inside the urn Ib a support which will catch and hold the carbide bolder out of tho water. To stop tho worklng.of the lamp the light should bo turned off, the cylinder raised to this eun nort, and the lamp again ligbtod. There will still be a generation of gas, because tbollino of the decomposed carbldo rests on the grating and acts as n sponge, furnishing moisture which continues the work of decomposition for thirty five or forty minutes. Tho relighted lamp may bo left wltbpcrfoct safely. It will burn out when tho process of generation ceases. COAZ, aONSVSIEtta SWINDLED. The Old Short Vfelaht Fraud Bavtvaa by Cer tain Itclall Dealer. The retail coal dealers who are members of the Coal Trade Protective Association sny that retail coal dealers who aro not members of the aosoclatlonlaro defrauding customers by moans of short weight. The short weight swindle as played by some retail dealers brought the wholo coal trade Into disrepute some years ago. It came to such a pass that the consumer when he bought a ton of coal never expected to got full weight. It was nt this time, coal dealers say, that tho Coal Trade Protective Association wan formed by honest dealers with the purposo of forcing dishonest deal rs to glvo full weight. Theysontout watchers and had tho coal wag ons of suspected (I cnlers watched, advising purchasers to havo tho coal they rccolvod ro welghed. In that way a large part of tho fraud was stopped. Iteccntly members of tho association heard moro complaints,and the warfare was resumed. It was stated yesterday that In tbe past two months more than soventy-flve loads of coal in tho course of dolivery from suspected yards had been rcweighed, and of tbeso fully So per cont. had boen found to bo short weight. Tho loads reweighed wero all of them either ono or two ton loads, nnd tho nvcrage shortage was 130 pounds to tho ton. With coal nt $0 a tun that means a swindle of 'M rents a ton. Tho worst case that the agents of tho association detected, was in what was supposed to bo a two ton load. Tho load really wolghcd only 3,470 pounds. It was S30 pounds short. That Is, tho consumer was being cheated out of about SI 24 The' members of the Coal Trade Protective Association want coal consumers to havo their coal reweighed whenever they suipect that tho woight Is short. They say that if this is dono tho swindling business will quickly be broken up. Iadi a mind Woman ta the Altar rr the Second Time, Wichita, ICan., Nov, J8. John I. Anderson of Wellington has for tho second time led a blind woman to tho altar. Ho has Just been married to Mrs. L. A. Barton of Belle Pluin. Anderson's first wifo was also blind and an invalid, and Bcvoral years of his llfo wore largely occupied with lender ministrations to her. His sympathetic nature is strangely drawn to women thut atlllcted, and bo declares that they make the best wives In tho world. His present wife is an accomplished inuticlan. Both Mr. and Mrs. Andorson aro possessed of some means. They may take a wedding trip to Europe. AMPLY CONFIRMED. European IdeaB Verified in America. The Hast Important Suhjeet er the Prtsent Bay Settled tlejond qnettlon. The cable despatches which recently ap peared In tho dally papers Indicating the great interest felt throughout Europo upon n subject of International Interest havo naturally awak ened great attontlon. not to say excitement, In thts city and throughout tho land. It Is a woll known fact that tho demands of modom llfo have caused a strain which seems to shorten life nnd undermine health universally. Tho efforts mado abroad to Investigate Its cause are most commendnblo, nnd, wo aro pleated to say, havo boen supplemented by similar efforts In America. Caieful Inquiry has been made among prominent physicians, and It Is surpris ing what uniformity of opinion is expressed by them all. That opinion seems to bo that the great modern dlscaso Is kidney trouble, and that tho kidneys aro tho first organs of tho body to bo attacked by overexertion or overindulgence, nnd the first to become weakened by the grip. That this is n most lamontablo fact thcro can bo no doubt, but that theso troubles can bo pre vented and cured thn Investigations made abroad clearly show. In tho Interest of hu- Inuinlty wo havo mado similar investigations, and tho result Is given horentth. Dr. N.H.Davis said: "People do not know what Brlghl's dlscaso Is. Tho term Is applied popularly to ovcry trouDlo mat. oven romoioiy nffecta tho kldnoys. There nro two forms of the trouble ono nn enlargement nnd tho other a shrinking of the kldnoys." Dr. Fmnk T. Andrews says! "Tbo term Brlght's dlscaso covers a great many complaints. In fact, airy casoof nlhuminerln Is called Bright s disease. Tho majority of thoso casos aro cur able. The reason n man dies of kidney trouble is tbo inability of tho organ to perform its func tions." Dr. 8. Clarke declares: "There was a time when nny man or woman suffering from any form of kidney trouble hndcauso for despair. That tlmo has pnssed. For tho past olght years I havo troatad every variety of kidney troublo tn both men nnd women, nnd I do not bcllcvo there is n case so sovere, no matter of how long standing, that It cannot bo reliovcdor cured by tho caroful and conscientious use of Warner's Safo Curo." Dr. Charles W. Purdy says: "There are many diseases grouped tinder the head of Brlght's disease of tho kidneys. Ono of tho most serious forms is almost always accom panied by heart troublo, which frequently causes tho death of the patient. The acute form will Kill tho patient within n few years unless ho receive proper trentmont." Dr. It. A. Gunn. dean of the United States Medical Colloge, declares: "For years tho treat ment of Brlght's dlscnso has been largely experi mental, I nm Independent enough nnd frank enough to commend most heartily that great rcmedv Warner's Safe Cure." Dr.A. B. Hnsmers afllrms: "Acute Brlght's dtsoaso in children is curable. Tbo kidneys, you see, are waste gates, nnd whon thoy aro par tially closed trouble must result." Dr. Tyre York of Washington, D. C, asserts: "I thing Wnrncr's nfo Curo a groat blessing to mankind, and if taken regularly will curo almost any disease of tho kldnoys. 1 prescribe it in my practice." Dr. C. Warrington Karle of Chicago says: "Diseases of the kidneys may be slight or ag gravated. The object to bo attained is to limit the overworked nnd worn-out organs to as little exercise us possible." Dr. John W. Mnpes of Paris. 111., says: " I am a living example of the virtues of Warner's Safe Cure, without which I should long slnco have been dead." Throughout tho land, whorevor Investigation has been made, tbe sentiment seems to be tbo samo. The above nnquestioned and unquestionable testimony proves beyond a doubt that Brlght's dlscaso of the kidneys can be cured. Mr. War ner knew whereof lie affirmed, for ho himself had been cure of Brlght's dlscaso In its worst form. If nny reader has peculiar pains, strango sensations, or unaccountable feelings, which far too often announco the coming on of kidney trouble, there Is no need to despond; tbero is every reason for hopo. A cure has been found and proven beyond question or tbo possibility of doubt Adv. Crosa-Country nunnlng. One of the most successful cross-country runs ever held at Brooklyn wu decided yetterdsy by the Sea View Harriers. Tbe stirrest territory about Bay Xtldge was covered by two packs in unusually fast time. The start and flulsh were at tbe headquarters of the elub. Fifty-eighth ltreet and Fourth avenue. Twenty threa men wero ent off. The slow pack came lntlnt, William Horner. Bt. Bartholomew's A. A., crossing tbe line a few feet In front of James Mee, Sea View Harriers. E. C. Horn. 8ea View Harriers, was third. Tbecourte was six and a balf miles. Tlme.41 minutes and 7 seconds. The fast pack missed the course and covered a trine over nvo miles In 83 minutes and 10 seconds. E. II. Whltluch cauie in first and V. Orant second. Gossip or the mat". Tommy West and Gcor Ryan of Boston will box twenty rounds to-morrovr nlsbe. A match lietween Tommy Ryan and Jack Bonner the 1'hlladrlpbla middleweight. Is talked ofr. Billy S'eidbam of St. Paul and Fred Wright hara slffnod articles to come toeetber lo a teuround bout at Bridgeport next month. Johnny Lavaok of .Cleveland has been matched to box an unknown" lu the East. The mill will be pulled off In a few weeks. "Crocky" Boyle, tbe riillsdelphla boxer, has poited SfjOO as a side bt to meet Joo Bernstein. FrsDk Erne, or Tommy Ucgan. Boyle flffhts at 123 pounds. Johnny Gorman was yesterday secured to box Billy Smith twenty rounds at Brluip-port on Dec 13 at catchwelghts. Tho alTalr will he held uuder the aus pices of tne Avou A. C The date of the contest betweon Jimmy Barry of Chicago and Walter Croat at tbo National sporting; Club, London. Is set for Iiee. t). The fight was orljl. nsllr slated for Nov. 10, but owing to the death of John Fleming, tbo club's matchmaker, the affair wu postponed. JooOoddard wants to fight Peter llaher. although be could not he Induced to face the Irishman under any conditions when he arrived here from Houth Af rica. Maher has been notified of Goddnrd's change of front and refuses to meet tne Australian unless some club offers a purse or $7, COO. There Is a good deal of dispute at present orer the selection of a proper referee for the Ituhlln-Ilyan contest, booked to take place at Now Oruan, next month. Jim Hall, bo Is managing ltyan, will not content, to havo the club'a matchmaker act. Hall claims that the man Is Inexperienced and liable to uiaki' unpardonable mistakes. Hall Is nllllng that l'mf. John Puffy or even Jack Everhardt should officiate. Tommy White's dibut In England to-morrow night against lieu Jordan, the era. k English llfti-pounder. Is an event which Is being talked of to a considera ble extent In thts city. Wblto Is being backed exten sively by tbe American sporting colony abroad, Splkc" Kuillvau' luttlo with Jemmy t'uri au, which will also b decided on the lame Iilgbt, Is ulso be ing widely discussed. This will be "riplLe's" first showing In England. A matchmaker of a club at Buffalo says that Bill Helfermau, the latest foreign boxer to reach these shore, baa au exulted opinion of bis own worth. Ac cording to Information given to a reporter of Tne Bcn, Hefferman received an offer of S7S0 to box "Mysterious" Bl ly Smith twenty rounds. Heffer man looked upon the offer as a huge joke, and told the prospective liberal donor, It Is said, that hs would not fight for less than 1 1 ,000. nowllng .Motes. McEIroy and Allen are the avarage leaders In the two classes ol the Long Island Association of Cycling Clubs' tournament. Bill Kiiinidy. George Troadway, and Georgt Item mlng, w. 11 known baseball players, are members of the Eclipse Bowling Club of Brooklyn. Henry Boemermann and T. A. Oliver have been matched for a sorlrs of games for $50 a side against John Ilemplo ana William Meyer. The contest will take place at Brooklyn on uuxl Saturday uiglit. A meeting to organise the Commercial Bowling League will bo held at Iteld's to-lllshl. Heprtsenta tlves from tho following bouses have promised to be present: O. U. Burgojnu &. Co.. Oxley & Euo Manu facturing Company. Cuiboun, Hobbtns & Co., Man ning, Maxwell & Moore, l'osjuvaut & Co., American Lithographing Company, Kdis.iU Klectrle Illuminat ing Company. New York Biscuit Company, and Aus tin, Nichols & Co. ' i" Solil3ujJt. S ILsff atU I PrW $&TrvttHffi?Jh& Largost pncku'go greatest economy. Mude only by THE: M. IE. FAIUOANU COMPANY, Chlcato. St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. U oagssssSSaESJsi I' i s3g AtaAviTED Air orb wouak. Then Barges H t lo :Yods. Bad Was Caught Hair r. DANBtmY, Conn.. Nov. 28. Mary Grady. 80 years old, an Inmate of Broadview Farm, a town refuge for tho poor on tho outskirts of this city, may dio from Injuries Inflicted upon her last night by Kdward Burgosa, another Inmate of tho Institution, llurgcss, who Is 23 years old, went to tlio woman's ward or tho Institution Into last night and found Mrs. Orndy In her room alone. He boat her Into unconsciousness and mado nn outrageous assault upon her. Tho old woman's moans wore heard by other In mates, nnd thoy called tho keepers. Burgess was arrested, but In the night ho escaped from the Institution and flod Into tbo woods. Ho was nudo, and whoa raptured thla aflornnon was. half frozen. Burgess Is a powerful fellow and hna n bad reputation. A fow months ago ho held half a dozen policemen at bay, and his skull was brokon before ho was arrested. i i T50BT OFFICE KOTICE (Should be read DAILY by all Interested, as changes may occur at any time.) Foreign malls for tbe week ending Deo. , 1B0T, will close (I'llOMl'TLV In all .cases) at the Uenerai Pott Offloe as follows! I'AItCELS TOST MAILS closa one hour earlier tban closing time shown below. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. TUESDAY. At 0 A. M. for EUROPE, per steamship Bpro. via Southampton and Bremen. WEDNESDAY. At 7 A. M. (supplementary 0 A. M.) for EUHOl'E, per steamship Paris', via Southamp ton i at 0 A. M. (supplementary 10:110 A. M.) for EUROPE, per steamship Adrlatlo. via Queens townt at 10 A. M. for BELGIUM direct, perstosm ship Westernland, via Antwerp (letters must be directed " per Westernlaud"). 8ATUlltAY.At 7 A. . for FRANCE. SWITZER- v.vtt. ..,, LltltU 1VM1TI1I1AT. Tt-tll.-l.-V ,A.-,1S. 44A1.J. r 1..-. -" ..-, w. .., EGYPT, and BR1TIMI INDIA, per steamship La Tourelne', via Havre (letters for other parts of Europe must I directed "nor La Touralno")! at 8 A. M. for NETHERLANDS direct, per steamship Vecndam, via Rotterdam (letters must n directed "per Veendam")! at 8 A. M. for GENOA, per Iteamsblp Fulda (letters must be directed "per :ulda")tat it A. M. for NORWAY direct, per steamship Hekla (letters mutt be directed "per Hekla")j at It A. M. (supplementary 1S.30 P. M.) for EUROPE, per steamship F.trurla, via Queens towntat I P. SI. for SCOTLAND direct, par steam ship Furnetsla, via Glssguw (letters mutt bs di rected " per Vurncstla"). PniNTED MATTER. c German stoamers sailing on Tuesdays take Printed Matter, Ac., for Ger many, and Specially Addnesed Printed Matter, fcc., for other parts or Europe. American and Wh to Star steamers on Wedncsdsys, German steamers on Thursdays, and Cunsrd, French and German steamers on Saturdays take Printed Mat ter, 4c, for all countries for which tbey are ad vertised to carry mall. After the closing of the Supplementary Transallantlo Malls named above, additional supplementary malls arc opened on the piers nt the American, English, French and German steniuers, and re main oikmi until within Ten Minutes of tbe hour of sailing of steamer. HAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, Sc. MONDAY. At 13 P. M. for GUATEMALA, per steamer from New Orleaus. TUESDAY At 10 A. M. for RANTIAOO DE CUBA, VENEZUELA, and COLOMBIA, per steamship San Agustln (lotters must ba directed "por San Agusttn")! at in A. M. (supplementary 11 A. M.) for CENTRAL AMERICA (except Costa I'.lca) and SOUTH PACIFIC PORTS, per steam ship Finance, via Colon (letters for Guatemala must bo directed "per Finance"): at 11 A. M. for RIO JANEIRO direct, por steamship Taormlna (letters for other parts of Bratll and La Plata Countries must bi- dlrecKd "per Taonnlna")i at 11 A. M. for TERNAMnUCO and SANTOS, per itianuhlp Catania (letters for other parts of Braill must bo directed '-porCstnnla"): at 11 A.M. for BELIZE und PUERTO CORTEZ. per steam ship John Wilson; ut 1 1'. M. for IN.M'UA and HAITI, per steamship Navahoe: at 13 p. JL for COS I'A IUC A, por steamer from New Orleans: at 4:30 1'. M. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES direct, per steamship Manitoba! at :3U 1. M. for NEW FOUNDLAND, por steamer from North Sydneyi at I) P. M. for PORT ANTONIO, per steamer from Boston. WEDNESDAY. At 3:30 A. M- for PORT ANTONIO, per steamer from Philadelphia; at 12 M. for GRENADA, TIUNID D, and TOHAdO, per steam ship Irraaddy; at 1 1 M. for CUBA, per steam ship Yumurl. via JIavann: at 1 I. 31. (supplemen tary 1 :30 P. M.) for NASSAU, N. I'., per stcuuubl.i Ahillla ileth rs must bo dint ted "per Antllla"). THVIISDAY. At H A.M. for BERMUDA, per itesm ship TrlnUnd: at 1 P.M. (supplementary 1:30 1'. Jl.) for NASSAU, N. P.. and SANTIAGO DK CUBA, per steamship Santiago. BATL'RIAY.-At K A. M. fol BRAZIL and LA PLATA COUNTRIES, per steamship Buffon, via remain buco, Bahla, and Rio Janeiro (letters for North Ilrsstl must be directed "per Iluffon") at 1(1 A.M. (suppl-nictusry 10:30 A. M.) for FORTUNE IM.AND. JAMAICA. SAVANII.LA, and GREY TOWN, per steamship Aleno (letters for Cota Rica must be directed "per Alene"): at 10 A, M. (sup plementary I (1:110 A. M.) for HAITI, via Cape Haiti, l'ort an rrluce. Aux-Cayes. and Jacmel, also fcANTA MARTHA, per steamship Klttyi at 10:30 A. M. for CAMITCHE. CHIAPAS. TA BASCO, and YUCATAN, per steamship Segu anca (letters for other parts of Mexico and for Cuba must be directed "per Seguranca")- at 10:30 A.M. Tor 1IAYTI, per steamship I'rinsWII lem II. (lette-s for Venezuela. CU'ac.o, Trinidad. BrltWlinmt Dutch Oulana must P.-directed "(er Trlns Wlllem II."); at 11 A. M. (supplementary 11.3. A. M.) for VENEZUELA and CURACAO, also SAVANII.LA and CARTIIAOFNA. tn Cura cao, per steameb'p Caracas: a: I P. M. (supple mentary 1:50 l M. for ST. DOMINGO and TURKS ISLAND, per eteiuushtp Now York; at M:80 1. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamer frou North fTdney. SUNDAY. At 8 A. M. for BARBADOS direct and NORTH BRAZIL, via Para and Mannos, per steam ship Cametense. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and thenco by steamer, close at this office dally at 8:3d P. M. Malls fur JISquMon. by rail to Boston and thence by steamer, tlose at this ofrtce dally at S::lO V. M. Malls rorCuba close at this office dally at 7 A. M.. ror forwarding bv steamers sailing (Sionuays ana iitunnajni imuni'i. .luim,.,-. Mails for Mexico City, orerlatid. unless specially addresstd lor despatch by steamer, dote at this on'co dally at H:3U A. M. and 2:30 P.M. I Regis tered mall closts nt 6 P. 31. previous day. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for China and Japan (especially addressed only), per stean islllp Empress of Chlnu (from Vaucouv.r), clofe here iloliv up to Nov. pill at 0:30 P. 31. Mali for Cclna and Japan, per steamship Oanilo (from Han Francis-"), close here dally up to Dec. 1 at (1:30 I'. .11. Stalls for Australia (except those for West Australia), which are forwarded via Europe. New Z aland, Hawaii. FIJI and Samonu Islands, per stelimsblp Slarlposa (front Snn Francisco), close here dully up to Dec. ID at 7 A. 31., 11A.M. and 0:30 I". 31. (or on arrival at New York of steamship Campania with British malls for Australia). Mali for Australia (except West Australia), New Zealand, Hawaii and FIJI Islam!, per steamship Aorangl (from Vancouver), close here dally after D.c. 13 and up to Deo. Oat ilMOP. 31. Stall for China and Japan. pr steam eblli'l'.icoma (from laeoina). close here dolly up to Dec. ill! ut 11:31) 1. 31. Malls for Hawaii, per steamship Australia Urom bau Francisco), close here dally up to Deo. 22 at o::i0 P. 31. Stalls for tbe slety Islauds, per ship Tropic Bird (from Ban .Francisco), closo here dally up to Dec. 25 at 0:30 P. 31. Transpacific malls aro forwarded to port of sailing dally and the schedule of closing Is arranged on the f 'resumption of their uninterrupted overland transit. Registered mall closes at 0 1'. 31. previous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. 1'ostmasUr. Post Office, New York, N. Y., Nov. 20, 18U7. ITIII.IC KOTIG'K. Application ha lug been made to tho noard of Rail road Commlnslouers of the .stale cf New York by the Second Avenue Railroad Company of New York city under the provisions of Section lot) of the Railroad Law for upprtival of a change of motive power from horses to nn underground current of electricity In the uperutlon nf its railroad In nuth St., between First and Second avenues, notice Is hereby given that a publlo bearing on said appllcatlou will be held by the Board of Railroad Commtsilouers at the Committee Iloom in the Mutual Lira Insurance Building, 32 Lib erty St., New York city, on Friday, Deo. 3rd, lHt7. at inr,vir.ir .m. niiAUi.Esli.DeFREEST.SecretarT. ptfliml. TTTIONOLD DR. OKINPLF..CIRADUATE UNI VERSITY OF THE CITY OK NEW YORK, MEDI CAL DEPARTMENT; lir, YEARS A SPECIALIST IN DISEASES OF StEN. OLD DR. OR1NDI.E hss been longer establlihtd und bus hsd more experlenrn tban any other advertising phjslclon: city paners prove this, t'mler his scientific treatment blood and skin dpcaaes, pains In bones, red spots, sore throat and mouth, ulcers, painful swellings, Kidney and bladder coinplilnu. soaldlug Inflammations, gravel, undevel oped organs. weak back, lo-i vitality, are speedily, per ntanently cured. Sten alxmt to marry should consult OLD DR. OltlNDLE. hvery Impediment remoed. Sufferers, do not waste time vlltln'.- less skilful phy elclaus. Remember OLD DR. ORINDLF. never flls. OFFICE OVER 10 YEARS lit 171 West 12th ft., be tween Dili end 7th avs. Advice free. Medicine Jl. Hours. V top. Sundays, u to 3, No charge unless cured. OMs lilt. liltAV, -IS jetira n speelnllsl In al eases or men mil , quickest permanent cure guar anteed lu all diseases. Blood poison, skin diseases, kidney auil bladder trouble, weakness, nervous debil ity, errors of youth, bail dreams, undeveloped organs. Impediments to marriage. Ac. lie wise, consult the only old siierlullst lu this cltj . Office over lib years at 120 Fast 1 tth St., near Union square, Hours, W to 1 Huul.tye, U loll. Scientific treatment and advice free. Medicine only SOe, No charge unlets cured, A. .t.-A.-ltt'11'UR.IT IKIIM.,I!T CIIIIK In diseases of mem dang-rous cases solicited; relief at oucei those deslrlug only llnt-rlass scientific treat ment should pall. The leading specialist, Dr. Ilonsehur, 127 West Utld'sl., V to 8. 1 to P. hundaya, 10 In 1. DR. CONRAD'H SANITARIUM. Private rooms: ma tron with full staff of trained nursot, 117 West 7th st. Hours, 0 V, DR. F, ORAY BLINK, sanitarium, 177 W. 4.7111 (near B'way); oons. UU. Tel. 27UU-Btb. Female at tendant. rPntttttfi. PARTIP.B who fall to procure patents through Wed derburn can have th Ir applications attended to free of charge. A. 31. PIERCE, lawyer, HO Oburchat. IMTENTS for Inventions procured promptly; low rates. HOKDEIt BRIEbEN, S2 Nassau St., N. Y. Established! est. DtTCUTC Bond ror Inventors' Guide, free. EDGAR rAltNIOi TATK t CO , Patent SoUcll's,2st H'y.N.Y. aiusiiifitfiS Chances. IJRINTINo'at u few hours' notice; 10,000 circulars, SI i cards and billheads, 4dc. per I.0UI). EDGAR FJUNTINU AND STATIONERY CO., all West ItVUist. ffUnofortw, (Srijnttjif e FISCHER PIANOS OVER 100,000 SOLD. The largest and finest assortment of tlrand ana Uprights, in unique designs and choice woods. J?' crate prices and ealy payment. PIANOS FOR hENT Exchanged, Several second-hand Pianos of our own and oilier celebrated makers at low prices. 33 UNION SQUARE. WEST, Iletwoen 10th raid 17th sis.. N. Y. It. B. Pianos tnnoO, repaired, polished. I Largo assortment of new DDirjriC I stylesi unequalled forflnlsh and OlVlUUo.tdurabllltyicathorlnstallmenUl easy tormsi pianos to rent. PIANOS CHAS. H. DITTSOH & CO., ; 867 Broadway (1 8th St). CHIUKERING UPRIGHT. Perfect ondltlon. S2lo.U0, tS.OII ilonthlr until paid. . Nw P ni' rented. THE STERLING PIANO CO., sua I i'..i!i.v vr.. int(ioiil,v.v, Opn. Slontauk Theatre. PIANO BARGAINS. n good siuaie, aso.nn, :i.tin monthly. 1(1 good Fiiiuare, MO. 00, ,1.00 monthly. 2 good Uprights, S75.ni), gt.no monthly. 4 Fine ITprlgitt . sloii.oii. sn.oo monthly. THE STERLINC PIANO CO., outi i-ri,io. si., iutiiiius.i. Opfi. Montauk Theatre. STECKPIANOS. Wsreroiims 1 1 i:mtisiiimi. Full assortment of tbeso reliable lurtrunii nts. Also anumiirof sto-ond-band grand and upright and a lot of square pianos of various makes and ut nil prices, ror salo on easy terms If required, Some allghilv used pianos at (treat bsrgalns. IMA.Mis lo IIKST. I'l'ltlilUTN. Weber, medium site, 71-1 Oct.. .11(1 monthly, .HBO. (10 Love, largest sire, "M net t monthly.. $200,(10 ColbyftDunean,rg'tsle.7aoo to monthly. .S17D.01' Gordon, medium size, 71! Oct.. lit monthly. .flbu.OO Gordon, small slfu 15 monthly. .81(10.00 Rents tn. GORDON, mil Dili ac, liet. 20th & 21ststs. A Itrge Assortment or tho Celebrated IVBUtS & BNXI B'I.4KOS. Also a mimbernf others, second-hand. Including; KINK CONCERT GRAND. CHEAP. lllcb.srade I'l t.o Til HKT a specialty. LOUIS J. JOSCELYN, lu East lUthst. WALTERS "PiAIMOS. 105. 107 W. 33d,?.f,ViDWAT. 75 New nml UaiHl l'Janoi, 925 up. FEVV'HKAlliAnOAlNS "thlVwepk In Wulirut new .,tjif, sllil.tljr used and Kfcorvl-hsind up rights: Uo a lot of ntfond-haml nquuret thHt we will ne.l for 'i5 and upward to ttiako room for our holi day Mock. Do not I'll rohisfce b for flrnt m-vlns what wecanutTrrou. Send nt once for Intent catalogue. NKkl.UAM 1MANO & OUUAN CO., 311 Kkst Mtli kvMUn.nn Qtre- AFRW uncd pUnoi chrap: tifw planus S. monthly! cxolnMHtPd, ff Dted, CHU15TMAN, lKat lthat. KAUT1FUL Upright plnnm, flin.K.; Stelnwar. $123. new uprUlita. K'.l. WINTEHROTIl, 100 EMt 14th at., adjoining SUdniYaj'e. L-Alton aMortim-nt, slightly uard. $00 to 812Qi rent, SU ; small Installments. Onvrlor Ilros., 1 !) E. 1 4th it. RELIAD1.K Connor planot, fpoond-hand, tl 23 1 rent ing, ezchanglnc repaltlng, open craning. East 48d st. &Q UEN'TS: St) Installments, Chlolceiing upright, OO lion; elfgant Velxr: bargains. HAIIN'tt. 24 Union square, lfith, 10th ata. A CODKISHINO In abundance off Jersey coast, Sunday ptisHmitrn ramtht 1,1711 on steamer ANfJI.KUj Al Foiter on board. No connection with steamer Al Fottur. CtODFfsiiINO "dally fCImler., Banks, weather per mlttliiK). ideamcr Al Foster, only boat built ex prcHsly for ocean Hthlng, Insuring safety, speed, and comfort: Kant 'J'. Id St., 7:40; Battery, 8:20; 11 with batt; Indie. BO inU. DEEP SKATisIMNO. STEAMEU ANOLER, dalir except Monday, leaven Vllst St., K. K., 7:25 Battery, HA. 31. sharp ; fare 75c., with bait: ladles, 00o.; old reliable pilot. Al Foster, on board. STEA51EH AL FOSTEU-OnlboaYat Chofera flanks Sunday ;oxcellentcatcheaonarge cod and blackflsh. gropojmls. IENOINniSrOFFICE. 1B0 Granby ''stNoLrTik. Va., Not, 15, 1817. healed proposals for fur nlshluc and setting up an elect rlo lighting plant at Fort Monroe, Va., will bo received here until lfl o'clock, noon, Dec. 23, 1M)7 and then publicly opened. Information fumltued on application. TUOS. I CASEY. Capt. Engrs. Eaat Hide. AM exceptional opportunity In handsome boose, near Waldorf-Astoria; commodious and attrao ttTO. with sprclally private features: second floor ttutte, also single room: noutheru exposure; highest references exchanged. 15 Eaxt 34th st. TCTH.Tll EAST. Select bacheTor apartment, new M"J ly and elegantly fmul.thed, with mmtern lm IirovrmtMiU and confiilpnccs; n fined home for gen tlemen; reaiunable prices for superior accommoda tions. vl NMn, OQD ST., 417 WEST NewEnRland lady has pleas. a0 ant rooms, large. Mm all; bountiful table; rev sonuhle raten; roffrrncet, Q fTll ST.. Tl WESTTondfloorsiiltei hand O'x Homely furnished and homelike; private table; excel Unt Korvlce; references. a.fTH ST., '27 WEST. Handsomely furnished". Xiarjo sunny room; excellent board, references. r.nat HId. QOTH ST., 242 AND 244 EAST. Elegant rooms. SI jU to $&; gntlfmeu, n-spectable couples (house keeping); trauslfutsuccommodated. 1 SECOND floor, bath, suite, private bath; board optional: slnglu ruoms; rrfcrences. 14 West 8!M. IOTII ST.,40 WEST. In" comro7ubioIiousA", Virgi WRunuy rooms, with prlvato buth; gentlemen only; reftr-ncrs. 1 frnt ST,.27WEST. Ilandaomefy furnished rooms; i-U tiled b.tthrooiiH uljoIntug; good attendance; American family: centrul. A rZTlf ST.rS57"WEST"-A o and some ly fumlsh-d rlO room, with bath; everything flrst-claas; gentle men i reference, lnt,si nnfl 3Vt)artmcnt5i So Set ffiFPAR iniS A D I SON. Indlson Kquurn nud 35lli HI. Two larKe suites, alio one small suite remalnlnff to be rented, l'rlvate restaurant on premises. Apply on premise,, er to tir.o. n. head. 10 WALL 1 W PINK ST. ((1037.) I MADISON AVE. TEE j&TS7-l&.TLMClkr, 7TI1 .IV. IlltlVlt, ttlltMUt II 1111 NT. New, Iar.ie, ltdht, alrv roomsi heatltlful view of picturesque Central Park) electric Utthts, elevator, and all tnoilern convenlenccsi rents only from 9I.14U to $1,"00; seven and eight rooms nud hath. A F.LEOANT apartments, very light anil aTry,"! and ft rooms, decorated, hot water from cellar day and nltilit, all Improvements, $14 up. Apply to Janitor, limit 2d av; ASEVr.NROOM AND RA11I "single flati all lm pmvements. 013 West lU7thst. RceJanltrcss. QOI) hT., 71 WKST7 KlrsT-elas, apsrtment of eight OO rooms, hath, hutler's pautryi steam Peat, hall servloe. and all Improvements: every ruom has direct Uxht. Apply tn Janitor on premlsts. i Or;riI ST., atH KAHfr Apnrlinentsor three and XtO four rooms; nil Ihtht roomsi cheap rent. Co get for SuulMfjJji gutjiojej. ALAROr, ROOH with lnrce slryllgbt tn let at 81 Deekinan si., necr Nas.an st. RULAND . WlltflNO, B Reeltman st. AtlACIHNF, SHOPon second floorT with iHiwerl 4IM and 4X0 West U7th st. See Kuglneer. 2ttal Gjstntc ox tSle Sonn 3slnnrt. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 WEST 125TH STREET 1 n ACItKS i:."i'.LU::.'T LAND at Miller's Place". J-" L. 1., for Sll'iii, on easiest unsslhle tennsi con. vctilrnt loslalluii unil tint short dtstancnfruiii .sound i no rocks, stone., or swamp"! soil rh-h and productive! $10 down, balance small HccLly pnymentsi llllo euarantrcd, Full Information of HIHLEV. Ill Chambers st, glrnl (Sjetiitr at auctioii. l"s, on nil the lots to he sold bv m Jt-ru. Jtdinson, Jr.. ut ''i s- oVItii'L Tuoailay, Ilea, "th, " 111 the llriKislyu Iteul Es I I l-s" ,at Kschsnire. No. 1MU UlRF ir'tK, .,, Sloutaguo nn-et. hy order ti vOHKjnJp5' "f ""' Esecnlor of Iho I s,i. "1h estate of II nrjr Johnson, I AUChour. ' ih cM, V1l.il, splendidly I I EBSCtoAiiir'tl sltuatnl on Coney Island I I I SQjjBkX ave. Ave L, lust IVtli. I 5Sk- I'ast I'lth, r.iut llth, Kaal , Ifith, lau iPth, rost 17th 80 MorlCflKC md En.t ltls siruoia. In av0 niuih h , lho l,r l(f N(,(V yort 4lo Interest "" Ward, lloroiiKh of A 2 init-rtnt lu.wUyii. streets all inadei every lot ready for Improvement Maps at thenrtlcfs of Jere. Johnson, Jr., Co., 10 liroiay, N. V.. and lh'.i lontaiiue st., Ilronklyn. or Arthur Hurst, Esq., Attorney for Kiec- I Utor,, IUV Nassau St., N. V. iiHHaHaBBjH;M gUnl Cjjtnte at Ruction. PETEEF. MEYERS Auctionoar, Wednesday, Oec. 8, 1897, at 18 o'clock, at the New York Real Estata talcs- SUPREME COURT PARTITION SALE, Under the 'llrcctlim of George C. Austin, Esq,, Referee, The Choice and Valuable Properties, ... . Consisting of Ola-story stone-front imlldlng.wlth plot of land, known as THE SMITH BUILDING, Nos. 13, IS, g17Gortlantlt St., and D 6-story hrick, marble, and Iron bullolUES, with plot of land, Nos. 85, 87, & 89 Liberty St., Iletneen Urondway nnd Chin eh street. For maps nnd particulars as to liases and ease menu apply to Slronit nnd Cadwalad r. Rich., 1'laln tiffs' Att'ys, 40 Wall st.,andat tho Auctioneer's, 111 Broadway. Ileal CjJtatc ov ,5nlc Hciv 3icv.ocu. rpEKAKLY, N. J.-A eood bulldlnc lot for salo. 7B X terms ,60 mouthlv. WEATIIERUV, 871 Hrosilway. ileal lEjstntc. WANTED Pnn-hascrs for firms and cottage site,, winter r-snrti also partner to take onoth rd Interest tn hotel: pleturesquo ilvrvlewi frieelrcu. lars. DII.LARD & 8TOSK. Clarentunt, Ye, o)rrau steamers. MEDITERRANEAN TOURS, Includlui; KiiMH, the Allc, 1'iilrstlne, etc.. Jnu.4, Feb, 1U, hy . . .XoiiohouImi March C, hyH. N. ale. II mhest class Bteamshlp. Hotel, and camp Ine arrangements, lllgh-clnsspsrllestollnsvnll D A in A Ff)kH S?M."r?i!,i1i!''vo J,n' V!B' ''" J AP Rm Descriptive programmes free from THOS. COOK & SON JS'TV AMERICAN LINE. NEW YORK bOUTIIAMITON-ILnndon I'arll). Hailing every Weduvday nt IDA. 31. PARIS Deo. I I NEW VOUK Deo. 22 ST. PAUI Dec. N ST. l'AUl Dee. U ST. LOUIS Dec. IS I SI. LOt'lS Jan 5 BED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP. Sailing over Wednesday. Westernland. Dec. l.nonn I Noorilund..Dec, IB, noon Southwnrk, Dec S, UA, M. Krleslnnd. .Dec iiii, noon INTERNATIONAL NAVK1ATION COMPANY. Piers 14 und IB, North River. Office, UlloivllngOreen. CUNARD LINE TO LIVERPOOL. VI A Ql'EENSTOWN From 1'ler 40, N. It., foot of Clarksou st. Ktrurla Dee. 4, 2 V. M, UmOrla Dec, IN, noon Campinla.Dee.l Lilian A.M. Lucanla,Dec.2.il:ao A.M. vnitNONlI.IIROWN&CO .(len.Ax'ts. 4 Howling Oreen. HAMrURGAMERTCAN LINET From New York to Plymouth (London), Cherbourg, Paris, and Hamburg, TWIN-HCUKWEXi'llESSKKRVICn begins Feb. afl.'ltS. TWIN-BCHEWMAILSKKVICK.N.V.-lIatnburjccIlrp-t PtttrU....Dro. -I. UP. M. Pennsylvania. Die. 7,4 P.M. Fltcab., 400 up; second class, 940; teera?c SUJ. IfniiiburtroAinerlcnii l.lnr, U7 llruitttnnj. MAIJVB3 "STB-JANSHIP CO" IIIEAP ICX I'lfOOV. HU. Oil to l-.irllMinl. .lie., noil Iteturn. Steamships Jolin Englls and Manhsttau leave Pier 88, Eas River, foot of MarVet su. Tuesdavs. Thurs days, and Saturdays at 0 P. M. steamers nrted wltn every mwleni Improvement for comfort and con veulenos of tourists. Offices. 273 Droadway and 222 South st. 11. HALL, uenerai Agent. TV'ORTII OERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO. A- . OUUlll ItUULr, IU ItKIXUK'X A.l UUAUIILJI, KAST EXPRI-SS STEAME1US. Spree. Tu Nov. so. V A.M.lSaale, Tu., Deo. SI, 9 A.M. Trave, Tn.. Dec. 14, U A.M. Kaiser, Tu.. Jan. 4, 2 P.M. OELRICII3 ft CO.. 2 nowltni; Oreen. OLI I)OSI.IO LIVE. I1AII.Y TO .nnroi.K. Tor Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Newport News, Petershurtr, Portsmouth, Pinner's Point, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Va., and Washington. D. C. Freight anil Passenger steamers sail rrom Pier 2d, North River, every week dav, eicept Saturday, at !) P. M., and Saturdav. at 4 P. M. W. L. OUlLLAUDEU, Vlce-Pres't and TrafflcMgr. WHITE STAR LINE. Adriatic D'C. 1, noon 1 Teuiontc ...Deo. IB. noon Germanic... .Dec. H. noon Hritsnn'o ...Dee. 22. noon NO COTTON CARRIED in' PASSKNOER STEAMERS. Pier 43, North Rtvcr. Ofllce, tl llrondway. Now York. U. MAITLAND KEIU5EY, Agent. ttniUDOUIG. B O STON A N D N EWE NG LA N ID, VIA SOUND LINfcA. ' HT)VI.i;to.V l.l.E, via .Slonlngton, Leave Pier Bl). N. R., one hlock ahovcnnul st week duys only, at d P.M. steamers Maine and New Ilamnslifre. IMIIltVIl II I.I.VK, via New London. I.cuii-Picr40 (old No.). N. R., next Deshrossft. stwetk days only, at 0 P. M. Steamers City of Lowell and City of Lawrence. rAI.I. Ill nil MWK. via Newport and Fall River. Iave 1'ler 1H, N. It., foot of Murray St.. week davs only, at b:00 p. M. steamers Prlscllla and Puritan. Orchestra on each. Alhnrii lvfmno- L inta. H B BV WB J m iM ,M i The popular steamers ADIRONDACK and DEAN RICHMOND will leave Old Pier 41, N. It.. fiot Canal St.. at 0 P. M. dally (Mtuday exceptod). making direct connections wltn trains Nortn, East, and West. AfHHif.i.lluiNO.VA.ll OXA'lill tlllA ri leave Pier 4n. N. R-, foot of Christopher St., every week day at 0 P. M, KIMISTON LINE. West 10th st. Plaily 4 P. JL, Sat urday at 1. Steamers IlAI.DWINaudROMI'.ltfor Cornwall, Newlnirg, New Ilamljitrg, Marlboro. Milton, Foughkecpsle. H. u Park, r.sopus, Kiiiuhton. i-ouuci.t. Ing with U. A D. It. R. for all points In Calskllls. "jnv HAvlTv FarcT Tl r excursion. ?i7rToI Fast strainers leave Pier 2B, K. R., dtlly (Sundays excepted), 11 P. M, and 12 mldulgut, arriving lu tune for trains to Mcrlden, Hartford, bpi-lugfU-ld, and points North. p AM"sDELirL!NE'. Stoamers leaviTTlVr 2LN. It ', JV foot FrauUUli st., for Cranston's, West Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall, Klahklll Landing, Newhurg, week Hays .' P. M.; Sundays U A. K ' TIHVTllrS.-CITY OKTROY or MAltA'TOOA loaves Weil Ifltli st. .Lilly, except Saturdjis. I) P. M., connectlui; with Delaware and Hudson and Fltohburg trains. Sunday st-nmer touoea at Alh.my. Hallronds. Leiiigli Valley System. Stations foot of West 23d St. (Peun. R. It.;, Cortlandt or DesProsHcs St. Indicator time from West 2:id St. Other flgurea show llmo from Cortlamlt or DcIhohi-s St. Oils. no A M dally (SuudH IJ: lfl. 7 A. M.) for MAL'CIl CHUNK and Intermediate stations. 7 If,.-.. Ml 1.1 A. M. dally for WILKKhllARRK, SCHA.STON (week daja), ELMIRA iweek days), IIIIACA, IIENEVA, ROUHKaTLR. IlUl'FAl.O. Ni AOARA FALLS, and tho West nud principal local polntsi dlutmr carandchalr'car to llilfTato. I una. Iitmn noon dally, except suuday, "IIIjACK. DIAMOND K.Vl'HliSS," Arrives Iluffalo P:3B P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day Coaches and Parlor Cure. lilutn.rC.ir Servloe. Me. Is a la carlo. Cinn cts at llurfalo with through sleep, ers to Dotrolt uud Chlcsgo. Iici'js, l'Jil P. M. dally, except Sunday, for MAUCII I'Hl'NK anil Inturmrdlate points, lMina. mis P. M. Sundays only, for EASTON, MAl'CH CHUNK, and the coal lirnu lies, ll'.'O. n,o I' M. dally, except Sumlay, for WILKhKllARRE. PnTMTON, MMIA.VrO.V. and prill elptil intermedliitestntloiis, t'ouuei-ts for all poluu In o"nl reglonst cha'r eer for Wilkesliarre. Hiss, mo P. M. dallv, exept Sunday, for WII.KKSIIAItHi:, PIT IK TON. SCRANTON, and prlml pal Intermediate stations, Cinnects for all p nut In coal regional I'lillmau llutlcl Parlor Car for Wllkos barre. IllftS, HUO P. M, dally, except Sunday, for MAUCII CHUNK uud lutinuedlalo slutluus. Chair carlo llethlelieni. Ii55, SUA P. M. dally for EASTON anil Inter medlat stutious. Oi5B, 7lOO P. M dally for RUFFALO, NIAOARA FALIS. and all points West. Pullman sleeper vesti bule train N, Y. to Chicago. Sleepers to HulTalo nud Toronto, 7 1 S3, NUIO P. M. dally, except Sunday, stopping only at BOU'I II PLALNFIKLIJ, KAr-TON. HKTIILl". HEM. MAUCII I HUNK, L. II. JUNCTION, SAYRE, OK.NEVA, ROCIIKSlElt. RATA VIA, HUFl'AI.O, ail I TORONTO, l'lillnian sleeper for IiulTslo, Nous Put sleeping car pjs.imiiiit' i-itrrled. No hHtno larrb-d. HIS.1. IllliliP. M .1 ally for WIl.Kr.-HARItK.iril. AHA. OK.Nr.VA. ItOlllhhir.il. HUFl'AI.O, NIAI1ARA FALLS, and all poluls Wo. I. 1'ulliaiu tie per to Itnaca. Additional Inoal trains dally, cxcrpi Kiiiular, for HOUND IIROOKand Inlerme-llsle points. It nvu at fol- lOWH! 1)129, hlSU, 'in .ft, llll I'l, lUi'rt, llllllil iMII. drs onlyi A. M. 1 -.B. .:in, and ."isSB. nun P. M Tickets and Plllllnsu ui .oiulll "lallillt nl III, 21)1. UiU.llftft. u It, nud lii'.'H HroadHny, III h 1 1 1 Is st , IB!) K. Ililklli sl, l27loHnry. N, l etlU I'ullun St., I Court si., us H'u sy. uul lln.ul.ljn Annex, IlriHiklyn. N. Y. Transfer i , hi call for and check baggage fioni hotilor lesldoiiie through tn destination. New York and Bostoi" All" Halt N. Y N. II. & 11. It It. und connections. From ilraml I'ential station. Uave. Hy way i f ''."' . moo A. M Sprlngfl) i '.mi orcetor. ,1:an P. M. Itmiii A.M., n New Lm.ilon ami I lovlilenrc, Hump. M. lliilia A. M. New London und I'lolldence, 4:B P. M, l'JM., spilnglli'ld end Won ester. 11:10 P. M. Iliuup. l Airl.liiiaiiilt I' R H.. mniip. M. Ii0 p. M . N Lin.b i end I'rovulence, "niup. M. Ruin p. .Sew i.iiuiIhii i nl I'rovl lenee, tPiiu P Jl. 4:liup. M., .sprlngllill mid Wniocsirr, H'itiu I' M. Blllll P.M., .Nen Ltilimil .mil IT' tldencr, 11 Hill P. M. lliini P. M , i-.prlngfli'ld ami tt'nr ler, UIB A. l. lUlou P. M.. "N-w Loii'liui nnt IT"i ldeiu-e, U l!,1 A. M. Runs d.ulr, liirlin Ing n'ludU ttllay Stein I.ludl-d, nil purlor carsi fare 7, In cluding parlor ar Ma! . , 5Alr Lino I.lii.lled. arrlies at and departs from Parksipiare Matlou, teuton. Return service same hour and by same route. Tbrout h parlor and sleeping cars by each tralu, C. T, UEUPSl-Jf AD, Osn. yaia, Aisnt. HlnlUoartiT. 't"SBBBxl "AtflcnJoA'o QRBATnoT nAiLnnAb.' " illllllllll NEWYOEK m TTRAL 1 ' &, IIUDSOf, RIVER R. ft IjM THEFOUR-TRAGICTRUNK LINE. ! IIIIIKIT I.IMl TO , AliAllA t.H.IM, ..HaBJ AU through ttalns slop at Alluinv, Utlia, syraciis, vaBS It.Kiiei. r, and lluiralo, ifsBaBS Trans leave (Irnn I Central Slallou, 4!iil street and iSxiBB Foio" nM-i'i'i. n folliii.st imBxH 8.QCI V M -Hilly, ex'i'pt fuiidar, Thn famnu, rSHSH toll KMPI1IK STATE EXPRESS. I.IMtTED. Fast' .BxSSl osi t.aiiilntlte worhl. Due lluirilnnt 4ilB p M., 'iiaBBS. MsgurJ Fii'lsfuBB P. M Toronto hi'.'n P M. This Bx8BBl Ir.ilu Is llnilleil tolls nviUliiKcnpacIt). Connects BxSBBl nt 1'tlca for Aillrou.lnckMouutniiii nnd Montreal. UKaKSBxl 8. I - A. M.-1'AT M.MI. ll.-vlly-nir poiiglikeep. BxSBSl ,'J t) sie, Albany, t'tlcn. Syraeioe, Itocliester, Duf- - ,uBBH n N'l irtiiin ells. nnd lio)i laud. Tiaal 1 H lin A' M. -NORTH SHORI. LIMITED. Dally .'riBxSBH H.KUU 'Jlhourtrilntnt'lilcsgovln .Mb hlganCen. BxSBl I . i nm le. DuellunnlohHUP. M.. Nlng.ira Fall, TilBBBI lii.iiiP. M . Chliaso tmin A. M. Onirics sleeping SBxSBBl .-I'd I'rnwlng-room ear only. iAiiaBxSl Ifi'lll A M. DAY IXIilK'H, except .Sunday JeslSiSH lUtOU ForMtliirnok. I'atsklltMniintiiliia, nnd all 'KBxSBH i-tptTtant New York sta e points. 'iilaKSxfl 1 .rtli '' M.-SOUlHWEsri'lIN LIMITED, Dally .,TlHSx8BBa X.l'U ForivliiiuhiH, I'.uelnnail, Indianapolis, and stSBBBl I Lonls. Sti'jm m Pouj;likeep le. sOSBxSBl 1.pr V. Mclilt'Ai.o M'KCIAI, Dnlly-For Dsv 'flSBBm iUsJ unit, ClevilsiMl, ToimIii, und Chicago. Stop, "ClBBM I I'o igliUi le elul -cheiiectmty, M1 3.0MP. l TROY ND ALMAS' k' SI'ECtAL, ex JefelSBBH t)l.(ept Sunda l'nr il nibon's (West Point), KlBBBBl t 'ehk'ept,., Adi.iu, . H.dTrov. 'AtBBBl 5 .fin '- 3' -LAKE sIlDIIE LIMITED, llslly-14- -SslSBBl ,UU liourlrnlutoCliN'tL- , M.i ljiko shore route. 't'iSBlSl A',,'. I,', -till,, I ,l,l, ll'l 'I II, (;.,. .. ,.,,, .ait.'KV CllfH 4 P.M. This tl'illni'ouliecls ut Cll-vrlilnl for CI' XKlxSBl cluiiatl, due 4 .. n P. M , nnd at Toledo for St. Louis, duo 111:11 P. Jl.. 1 1 mi Kansas City next lirSBV lunruInK, Cjirics sleeping Mid ilrnwlngroom ttaBxSBl eiirmmly. .TkSBV (f)M ! Sl WESTERN EXPRESS. Dally For Nl. xSBSl I.UU .i ui n l.iis, ci vrlninl, Toledo. Detroit, Chl ''ijfSB uo, Ciiii'lii'iutl, nnd M, Louis, i9.BkSkV ('O'l'. M.-MiRTKEIlN EXPRESS. Daily-Fi viffBH t) Tro. p uiiHlutrc, Durlliigtiiii, Moutreal and, , SBxSBl r 'pi Siitutd iv lilglits, Ottawa. SikSkSkII 7.PO'' M -M'l-'FAIO sl'El IAL, Dally For Aal- $iHI I ,uo miiilnck Miiinlnlii points end Montreal, vl .vSxSHI I I ca. lIoebiKlii, Purrulo. Mspnlit Pulls Toronto, SslSBBa liev'lai.il, Iitillntii) o.l. st l.onl', and t'nlcago. ,Xx818181 9,CI P .M.-Mi.dAl. LIMITED .MAIL. Dally ,!iBxSl .JKt isieepiugciir p.i.ei gersntily) For polntsoa l.jSaBJI Fr.ll Hr'iok Itullwii), lal.ioii.,nnd for Rochester. BxSkSk1 ll.nti.bi, lieM'lund. liidliuiioli, mid St. Louts, SSx818fl 9.i K P. M P.M ll'l' I.M'lll-SS, Dally Vur8yraV ''xSBBrl itrll.e mweco, W-iti rlnwll. Ogdt-Iisblirg, Buf SaBI inlo, Niiigarit 1'nll". Cleielsml, Toledo, Cldi-agO, '-' xSBBSl nud. exit jit Siinda)h, for c'um Vincent and th, 'xSBBBl ,Vii urn rond. AJkSBkSI 19.1 i I Nl HIT MIDNiriHT EXPRESS. Theatr SBBBjl A 1 U trail for cliii-ngo ami principal points on ipSBBBji toe m-w .H k (Vnirnl every itltiht except Sunday SxSjISjl hUIiK. sundny nights Chicago sleiiiers leave on 'kBBjISjI llll ft train. . SBHSB OiOU A. M. ami sins P. M. Dally, oxcept Sunday,. i'iilBB lo Pitlklleld, slallnrlein Division. ., "rBBBI Otis A.M. Sundiijs only to Pittslli Id and theDerk-- :t . sblie Hill-., tin the Murlini Division. &Sjjn KU. N1IIIIT" TRAINS TO VONKF.RS. eSSjll "All lUht" trains i iiii bntweeu IBBthM. nud point . i$BSfl nn the Piilnsin Dlvlsluii as far ns Yonkers, lu conneo- i'.lBBSjfSj tloiiMlili the elevnied rond. The only Hue running StBBB "all tilql.t " ir.ilns out of N"W Yoik. ISxvH Wagner Palm-o C:ns on hII through trains. 'kBBB Trslns llliimlniited wltb lintvli llgnt '.' BBB Tickets ami Wncuomniccs uttlraii'U'entrnlStatlon, 'VBBB llll. HIM. llll llroudwiv. .11 I'.iu-t 14th st Ul'i Ilrosd. 'iBBBfl nn), lillB culuinbiisnv., ill West IBfttli t.. and 138th gBBBB St. stnlb.ll. New Vorki '.t.il and 72U Fultou St., and vBBBS. lnl) llroa Iwar. P.. II.. Hrookl) n. BBBS llayg gn oil. eked fiom hotel or rrsldenco by th .'SBflflfll Westeott Expre-s Company -&xBBBl JOHN 31. THUCr.Y. IIE0IW1E II DANIELS. .xH Oeueral M-inager. General PasscUKcr Agent. 'f SflflB ruiinsiivania"- M STATIONS f.Hitor WeitTneiiiy tblnl StieetandDes S BBU brostts and Corl.iindt Streets. BBB rVTlie leui lug tlmeriniiiDisbnisesandCortlandl 'SxBB Streets Is ten miuules later tban that gtveu'below for 'n'BBTI Tweiil)'tnlrd Sue, t Station. BBU 7i.'.i A. Jl. I'ASI JiAIL. Pullman Buffet Parlor BBJ car .ew i orw lo i-iusourg. r,i-uiiosr a-.,,.uUib eXJBJBJvJI to Clucngo. Nocouebes to litts'mrg. SBB1 si.iii A. si. FAsT LINK. I Ittsliurir nnd Cleveland. 'SBBB OLIO .1. !H. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pllllmaa 'BB Cnnipirliuent sleeping. Dining, siimklug, ami Ob- , BBB servatlou Curs, lor liib-Hgo. (ievrbunl, Toleio, ' mBBB CliU'lliuatl, In Ilaliaimtls, I ouisvllle. st. Louis. jwBBB llROI'. II. CHU'AUO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. fcBfljE For Nnsbvllle ( la fiueinuut'). Cblc.igo. st. I.auls, . , " j BBI Ot.-.o I". .11. M.S1 It.N 'FXPREss. For Cleveland,. BB ChUaiO. P'orTol do, ex eptsuturiluv nfBBB 7iir. it. souni'.vEsrr.p.NEXpREss. ForPitu- '.BBBJ burg, Clliiiuuiill, Indluuupoll''. St. Louis. cJBBfl Iilii v. .11. PACiI'li' EXPRESS. For liltsbnrg and iBBS. Clilcato. Conni-i-ts for l.evilnnd except i-atlirday. SsBBl SiiJO I-. .11. MAIL AND EXPRESS. Pulllnsiilluftetl BB1 sliding Car New York to Altoona. East Liberty, 'BBS. I'lttsliurv, and points West, dally except Sunday. VSfljl No coa l.e. 'IaBBS -iii:tov ami tiik mouth, .'vVBBI. 7:.'i0. S:20. 0;9n,U:BII iDlnlrgCan. 10:.'ill A M.. 12:80, JBfljl 1B0 (.ii'.'O "Ciuigreosionsl l.lni.." all l'arloi and Din- ';-';fBBl lug Cars). 4-'.'H iDlnlugCurl. 1:81) (Dining ' ar). S:S0 BB1 P. M.. 1 '.:"." uiglit. suiiiby. S:'.'il. ll.Vli. 1U:B0 A. M. (FBB r:i:i!ii "Congiesdoiinl I.nn.." nil Parlor and Dining .Pf'BBl Csrs). 4:L'i)il)lulng Cur), 4:30 (DlulligCar;. 8:30 P. Sf8B1 M..l";:0a night . -ft,BBl SOUTHERN RAILWAY.-Exprcss, 4:S0P. JL, 18:S AiSBl night dully. . iMBW ATLANTIC OAST LINE. Express, Pi'.'O A. M. and SBBj H: .11 P. SL dallv. .. 'li'Bxi CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. 1:30 P. II. ' dally. .. ''' FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK. 7lM BB A.M. week dsvs ami 7:10 P. M. dally. , ATLANTIC CITY. IK: 0 P. M. week days. 3&BB CAPE MAY 1S:3II P. M. weehdajs. &BB Loin; liruncb. Asb irv I'urk (lnierlaken, Sunday,),. -r,W Ocean llrove, and Point Pleasant (from West MBm Twiutr-tbird street Station), :8u. IliBO A. II., Bm ll:JO. 4:.Ml, 11:10 P.M. Slifilu.-s, Pl'.'U A. M 4lB0 BV P. M. (from Debbros.es end t'ortlnndt streets), UllO -dBV A. II.. I'.'-m. i!:U, B:10, 11:30 P. M. buudays,9:4B hBB A. 1L, B:1BP. M. SBV son I'nii.Aiiri.i'iii.t. '3BS 0:10, 7:'.'ii. Ttf'ti. S:'J0. KtBu. lnao t:."0 Penna. Llnr ?BSi H.ili. P:30 (Dining Car), in. BO, 1 1:B0 A. M 18:80, fBB 1:B(i.'.':r.n,:i:ii,4:':n,..'.'0 (inning Car), 1:80 (Dining j'BH Cr). B:B0 (lilnlni; can. 7:10, s:B(i P. JL. 1U:U5 IaBB uiglit. Sim luts. 11:11'. 7:30. s;-.(i, h:.iii. u:'.'0, li:.io ieiSB) (Limited i. Ui.'io. lOBii A M.. liBOiHIn ngCari. 11:30, 4BB l.-.'O (Dluliigi'uri, -i:5t) iDlnlng Can, 0:B0 (Dining 'SBB Cur). 7: 10. h:.,0 P. .M K':ll.r) lilgllt. aBB Ticket oftlcesNo.. 4111. PH. 1 IPO. ill'iS. Ill, and 01 Hroailttut; I Aslor lions.-! West Tnenty-lblrd - BV Street station; nnd stations foot of De-bronses and SSH Cortlandt stret.ts; 4 Court street, bt'O Fulton . ''SBB Slreet, us Kroudtt ay. nnd Ilronklyn Annex Station, VBH Rrookltn: Siiitiuii, Jersey City. Tbe New York BS Trnnsfer Coinpnny will call for and check baggage 9 BY from hotels and residences through to destination. S J, B HI'TCIIINSON, .1. It Wool), .a General Manager. (leneral Pass'r Agent. ff Dr.I.AUAItP. l,ll''.i.lVI .V WfctTKItJI ' it. it. 3 Kllillnus In Actt Veil., lout or Ilurclaj and ', hli.toulll'r a. S viTiiiL'i.t Titsi., iti.i.ihx nrppirr .3, 'Aiw, rirsii i.ie.nr. (j Direct mum tn Ni:tr, Ulooiiiflidd. Montclalr, th ', Ornug'S, Sunimtl, Rernnril.rtllp. Hiking Itblge. Msd y "H. Ison, Morristottn, luul -, Puter.uii. llooiiiou, Dover, ft: .stanhope. Newton, l:.id I's lake, Lake Hopntcong, ', Haik tistown. SiiionIe'i. Mount.Uu, Wastilugtou, & PlilllllMliurg, F.u don. Water Ojp.stroudsl. in g, Pocouo jl Moiiiitsln.Seruntou, Plttlon, lllieeburre. Nuntlooke, J Dantllle, Noribumlirluud, Montrose, liingbamiou, r Oxford, Nomlcb.Wnti l tide. Utlcti.'delillold Spring,, M Coitlund. S'iiviis . o.tv. .o. Itliaen, nwegu, Elmlra, tj Coming lialb lumst-ille. Iliiiralo, nnd all points West, 3 Nortlitti-hl, and ' ulhttesl. .ll fiiio . .11, liinglumtoii Mall. Stops ut principal ; htilllol.S, . . jj llllllil A. .11. -it'.fe cir HulTalo, Scranton, Uing- , hamton, owi-go, Itli.vu, r.linlia. I'llir.. Syracuse, , IJ nud tisttegoExpiesH. 1-iillniun biitTet parlor cars. f? I'niiiiic-tliuni Hurrah) wlih trains for Chicago and point. West. . -, . B liiil) i'. .11. Scranton. lilnghamton, and Elmlra , Express. Pullman hurrct purlor curs. J 4ilii r. 11. siranlon. Wllke.barre, and Plymouth y Express. P.illinnn buITii jurliir curs. .,,.. w Tiliol'. -if. (Dallvi-rhlciiKii Vestibule Limited Ex- ij. iire-s foi- Siiuiilou. lllugtiunilon. Elmlra, IlutTalo. ; l'ullliiuli liutTel sleeplup cur Now York to Chicago. ,. Hilling car wisi of liulluln. fr Hill) !. .11. iDsllvi liiimilii Express. Putlmas ileepers for "-i ranioii. lllnghsnuon. Elmlra. Path, a 511 llurrl.. mil llurinlo. arriving HulTalo n A M, J& mnn I' il. (Dnllt i i'.uilnlo, Sirunlon, Hlugbam. JM Ion, (ini-go. I linen. Elmlra, st rucusc, lltlca, ana m imtci'o Expre- Pulliiiuii luiflel sleepers, M Tlikrtuiidl'iillniui. ai'i'oiuinoitutl'insnt Henry us ft Sons, Ltd . llil ll'o'iuwny, 14 Park place, and 42B .) Jlnmdit.it und Uli llrondviny. Tlekots at ferry sta . lions. 1 1 i lib n v .c ir. lath st.. ill wv.t liiBthst., KH5 i fnlU!iiliitnt..N York! ICISnlid 7'.'ll lillloii St.. and . inn Hrnailttny, 1' "okliii. Time, tables giving full In. Jif furmatlon at hII itnil.nis ", V.'isiriitt'-rxpr'sH'niiiiauy tt III call for and check H I'ftgfc'jge fro-u lioi'l or ifsldeiiea tiidesilnatlon. J ERIE RAILROAD. Thrnng'i u- Ins ln.ii New Yorl. foot of I'liombera : . St.. is follow , nil II. a lulnulcs earlier from Wes ,i '.'IH - : (i fn I' Ve.Hhnleil Exp e s dully for Ping. s i)'AiJ b.,niiou, Wnterlr, I innr.i. lliilTnlo. Jiraitronl, n il r ii-ruli, sp M P..il ircrtiiliutljlii , . s) fin I'. If. es' billed I. mil d-l'u-t mull dstly, i J.'.)J -n'l I t. in fine ii .orltisi". M-laii'17 40 A A. M .Miiliuvo .-. P. M. M ep-lell Cblcl'", Cleve- g I Mi n i.l Cll.cil.ll.itl. l.lllllu ' r M e Oi 1. II. -Ilunalo.niil (eti'lnlldettlhill(dl-.x- -i i :")U .e. .Lilly, nrrlt'n .il IbitTulo 7'HB A. M M Ilr dp.nl 7 17 A. tf , Jiiliie.lnnll " on A. M , I leve. ! land IV: in I'. M isee'is to liutiu' ..uul (ierelainli, ' inuking direct co.iiiiiili'ii for liutroll. liiL-ugo, and u lie- W(t t'ufi l.iluurj car. f 8. I t: .11. -solid irniu i.i (hi ago. Sin per, lo ,. t li Honullstllle, i lib a pi. nnd CiuclnuatL liluli.g Cur. j fl'ICKKI's. LII"AL TIME CIIIW. AND PULLMAN t I Al l'iiMM''HMI"Ns -ii 111. HU -"'. 4IM, and I ll&T HpMdn.it, l.'i ll.ntei), IBil I ut U.'ilb St.. sill j, ill We.t ISJMIist . ni ml uul We.i sill l ferrh s, ;i New Yora: i.lll ..nil 7 -''. i lion -1. ion Ilroadway, ,M Ilrool.lni vim iimisi lift . II k.u nnd JirseyClty m stn'lon. Wi.Mitl'. I'..' pr s. .ill. Lu nnd ebi-c.slng- W liage iioiii hotels und u.uli in liiilesiliialloii. ,wt BALTIMORE & OHIO. - l.i die Nen Yois, V. i. Hen. ill 'I'. iiii.ii.iI, r.outh Ferry, Tm and toot of Llbert.t .Ireit. V Dullt. lEseep, -uinlay. I-U"lii's. 3 ClllCAtlu. !..! ' A 'l.'.'.onl M. a .'IMSIBnllht, -W I ITIsl.t'llll. ! li A M . .'' P- M . '' "II P. IL, a IJl.ini.bi i i I" A M I.H..IU.I miiy.i vj I INi INN VII :'I lnl is. .1 i mi A 'I . Vi P. M. ,,fl V vslllS'.'i'iN iia:'1ii'ii : ''i.i" "iilluer), J II to j ij : ui iiiii -I . '-.!"i iDlneri, M I .li 1)1 :. '. I M u.in'l. l i.igbt .5 isnlti "LI, llll" t i .; NI-VV ' I.I I t .-,-.! M if iie'glisli. lien. tl tiul'i- ilr ii u; l.'il 1.. rnl'.i. .iiil.lll ' (lllin's. Ill li. "i. III. .'I' llioailu it. :ll B, 141b st. li'7 Lower), N V . liau. .lit ruilmi st llrooklym Wblleball Tirmiiinl. I'agjogo chock) trom hotel or ruldene to dssiluatw-s. I '