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1 MTARTLAND THE WINNER. V SKTB THK nBCIMOX OTXIt DAT.T IX B .4 TWK.vrr-FirK-frorjrj bovt. The Terdlet Bnrprlsas One of ths I.atMat R Crowds That Krrr Attends a Laval 1 Fight Duly ths Favorit Ha Adopt Ag- I grssslva Taotlcs Throughout tha Battle. H Another unpopular decision wee rendered B at the Greater New York A. 0., Ooner Island, last night, when Referee John Dow dell said that Kid HoPartland of this eltr had defeated Jaek Daly of Wilmington at the end of their twenty-flve-ronnd bout, at eatch IBl weights. Daly tu a favorite In the betting, and had such a pronounced advantage In the I fight that when the referee made hie peculiar ruling the crowd, which waa one of the largest on record at a local fight, broke Into Bj Wild disorder. The referee waa hooted and was also assailed with hundreds of test cushions that were hurled at htm from all parts of the house. Bis ruling stood, however, (and all the wagers were paid. Aleo Brown, the regular referee of the club, was a spectator In the background. There was another big crowd present, which In.llented that the clubhouse by the sea Is popular Just now because of low tioket rates and cooling breezes. Five thousand persons had scoured seats an hour before the JB preliminary bout was put on. and yet tho gnti'kecpcrs were almost swallowed up In the Bj .urging llnoH of men who fought and ;H wrestled t cot past the turnstiles. By P Bi o'clock tho building was filled, but the crowd (M'j cf.pl pouring In. until the managers believed that the attendance would beat all previous records. A hnlf hour Inter it waa said that ri.iKN i persons had got Inside the walls, while fully 2.000 more were still outside unable to JB. g"i" entrance. The betting on the bout was at even money. with a small shipload of money In various stake holders' hands. Just before the first bout was ordered to proceed It wns announced that the mm club's official referee. Aleo Brown, waa una ble to appear because of Illness and that John Dowdell would attend to the boxers Instead. Dowdell did not get a favorable re B ception when ho got into the ring, the crowd hooting and hissing. Dowdell paid no atten tion to it, but ordered Eddie Loebor of Brooklyn and Eugene Rowan of Philadelphia to mix things up as a starter for twelve rounds at 128 pounds. Loebor. following his old amateur tactics, proceeded to swing B wildly for the jaw with the Intention of getting In a quick knockout. Rowan, however, was clever enough to size the attack up readily and fight his man at rather long range In the first two rounds. In the third Rowan saw a good opening for his right and sent It across I on to the jaw so deftly that Loo her tumbled to the reslned floor. Eddie got up slightly dazed, but managed to stay until the bell sounded, chiefly for the reason that Rowan was not In a particular hurry to finish the job. When the fourth began Loeber rushed In with despera tion and resumed his swings. Be waa fiat m footed, slow in his work and puffing, yet he JgH tried to set in a punch that would capture tho purse. A wicked left opened Loeber's right eye In the fifth, but the Brooklyn man fought on until the crowd applauded him for his pluok. There was an expression of anguish on Loeber's MM face whon he came up for the sixth. fl Be did all the leading, however, but Rowan's counters were productive of pain and more bruised skin. Loeber redoubled his efforts in the seventh and landed more effective blows than in any of the preceding rounds. One punch, however, was below the belt H and made Rowan cry out In pain. The I' v eighth round was rather even. Loeber H Improved in his work, while Rowan had the B worst of several hard mix-ups. Rowan landed a couple of effective swings on the head in the IBvf ninth, but he did uot force matters enough to ill suit the crowd and Loeber was urged 'Bill '" '' "orne "lore rushlnz. In the tenth ' III Loober cut the pace, but Rowan nailed W TLm him repeatedly on the stomach with his loft I until Eddie's guard came down and he went puffing to his corner. The eleventh was red not. Rowan staggering his opponent once or twice. Rowan had the last round well In hand, bnt Loeber made a good showing in spite of his bruises and finished strongly Announcer Dunn then consulted with the referee and a moment afterward told the crowd that that official had given the bout to Rowan. There was a great cheer, which was out short when Dowdell jumped Into the ring and told Dunn that he had made a mistake, as he had decided the fight a draw. There was so much Daly money In the pockets of the racetrack crowd that shortly before the men entered the ring the Wilming ton man was installed a slight favorite over Mcl'artland at perhaps, $llX) to 100. Daly's handlers were Sam Fitzpotrick. Tommy Bogan and Kid Howard. llcl'nrtiand's seconds were Andy Walsh. Johnny Gorman, Bob Clark ami Billy Needham. Fitzputrlck said Daly weighed 138 pounds. The latter looked heavier. Mcl'artland asserted that he was not over IMS pounds. Be was probably joking, ob he ap peared to be near the welterwolght limit. When Dowdell got on the floor to referee there was more hissing and yells for "Aleo Brown." After the usual consultation the men agreed to break when ordered. Finn- lie r vD After light sparring McPartland was first to lead, with a left on the face. Daly rapped him on the neck and then missed a couple of heavy 1 swings that were driven at the Kid's head Just an thu Utter came in with his left. The Kid did more left hand jabbing, Daly trying hard to get his right around on the law. McPartland was on the alert, however, and did some clever blocking. , Bkcokd Romi). Daly rushed with a bard left on the breast and a right up under the armpit. Daly mw. n.'d a free right on tho back of the neck, and a clinch wss followed by another left-handed assault by the Kid. who reached the body and side of the aH '"RlK MrPsnUnd kept coming to his man until ! J ':ily smashed him on the body and put him on tho defensive. Tman Rooto. It waa the prettiest kind of science so lar and the crowd seemed to appreciate It. Daly blocked a couple of left Jahs and swings, then drove his nun left twice to Mcl'artland's nose. Jack fol lowed with another blow on the mouth and threw Ibis right across on the neck. M. -Part hind then fought at long range, or rather did very little leading for at leant s minute. Daly hided his time and Just be fore the bell he smashed tho Kid on the Jaw and the latter turn! led through the ropes unhurt. Ioibtii Rorsr.. There was no end of strength In Dal s punches, and when the Kid came up there were red marks on his body and his nose was flushed, H I too. lie resumed his former tactics of oonstantlr . I I pressing his opponent, who with line leg work and I Ml wonderfully quick blows evidently had Mac guess- ! V la. Try ss he might the Kid could not land an M J effective blow In this round, while Daly whenever V i he shot in his gloves found some sort of a mark, - I vij .,1'IrTn Hoi'sp.- McPartland'a left went lightly to I fj be nose. Then Daly began to get to close quarters and II Y nnxltup.nisblowaweremuchheavierthanthejrjd's. I I and one of them, a right cross counter on the neck, sent Mcl'artlsnd reeling until he lost his balance and fell, with Daly on top. " I beg your pardon," said Daly as he helped tho Kid up. "Oh. that's all right," j was Hie reply and then the boys went at their work. ITY1 swinging. Jabbing, dodging and clinching until the J II crowd was In au uproar. Biitb Koraii VlcPartland tried hie left for the aw f Jl , face, only ,, have his glore brushed aside with esse. mu Ui ' ''" "11 again, Daly drawing him In so thst he IsTill I might finally discover an opening for a heavy crack IfV i on The Jaw. Daly finally landed a heavy Jolt on the necs, and a man raised a laugh by yelling " Dela- a ware peaches." Daly then rushed his mantoacor- asW I D,7' ,whrr'' ln th rcst rsllyao far, ho got a de cided advantage. ,.,VB,,I, Boit"-tI17' ran Into a elinelA and after i 1 'bM,r"k''f,rishedlnltkeatlger,tofightkcPartland o S.,Um,".nl " Possible. Twice ln rough rallies Mc- rartland fell down, but he got up each time showing I J 1 P 'Igns uf weakness. Daly kept boring ln after that, I I , but he found that McPartlond waa very strong and I I '"'d nut to crack. McPartland delivered a left 1 SS i r .""I, ,b ,,"n sounded, but Daly laughed i amyd naturedly as he walked quickly to his chair. Hi .oil',"'.',", "".,." McPartland sssmed rather averse llll X, d-Ij" U,f !n.'n "" round, but Daly drew him on gradually by backlngaround tbeedge of the ring. Then seeing that the Kid was not going to keep this sill li .". ? "' J";l1 wentsfter him and began to mix Hup roughly fn tho Kid's corner. The blows came so Rfi . J-, Mcl'artland for a inomeut did not know t3!i .", ltM'5 ""'m' uut he finallv brought his legs RSj.'rtr' K"'utof range Then the hell rang t, J.. oy W"" nl"h'ug bis man to tho ropes again. B's wH, V B.':,,'n-M.'srllaiid sUrted by driving his soft to Jack se. Dalv lot him try again and then I 1 1 in in li" tWW IOodHbsj, McPartland kepi throw- iar.,i I,"'.1.?"' "?, until Dale's noie begon to i. ,i i.i itr,t ' bereupn Jack did some rushing effective " """'"' Mrrtlnd's defenco being very InTrTih!. .,,0l'"M;.; MrPrUand ahot his loft squarely H i Twfn?. ., "ff d""kod away from two vicious Bl ', Tl &? " i .1,"" l.lor kcd nothar. Tho Kid put in a I' I i,.., rSnt in' "'7 """'giug heavy blows for the i.'niLL'f '"",." r,ry ,e" "' ' In one rali-up I f i dsmaje cn" ,a ii'' " but " "" wnlV.V.Hlnoa.v-,Urrrti&- - usual, opoaad H iTiV ., '.' imtd 'or 'rk' nose. Then. aftorDaly B K?;'r"l.tlni,!' "' n"'1. rushed In with. H r", Jf i i i "."i W "niliigtoii man's ribs. Daly pro- V, I, , ' 'f '.'" "" do the bulk of the loading for Bale K I'i ,","""' "V"! '"' ,urew nr' '"' " "' W nXt i!- l"".''l"'i.Mm m" "' l"rt with a ill t .,, ''"' J '"" "' ''d ' ' dll the vi.". "'"'"" :'d.v this time cut loose from . Ml- ,,",'""'''"'' "' mls-iips followed, chiefly III Wit I ,'.' ' 'ornei. Ii,.i,iit in some powerful Bl I a d :"IU" uil IM'itland wss c.K.lh.aded r .'iivdo ,' "' ""'"' "'," i'c.1,,,1. lk.th did s little Bill t,l, , " " """'" ""'r ''! "sly lawlr.1 a LssWll niVl ',.',. ,u''l",r;ll' ? the stomach. McPartland ',.' ,V.' "' 'd"'ll "l ""- il'.l hurt. Lml kui's ii"". " ls'" "yif-"ii"sthisiafttotho ovws aisoo.,.,.. touuienucv, but lite blew waa " -woaasasawawt. Mocked. Daly missed a heavy swing for the Jaw, and the Kid drove In a wlnd-eondanslnoT body blow with his left. MrPs.-ilsnd then starred unSl Daly rushed fn with more heavy blows. Then they got InUiacliiieh and both need free hands while tho referee orjercd them to break avid also struagled to part them. Hu was still trying to break them when the hell eYided the round. FotrsTKasTii lb.ir.vn. Dsly wss quick to begin op erations with left and right swings thst ware inef fective. Me bored In with another ohowor of smashes, the Kid countering htm warmly on the mouth. Then they sparred tamely for the last min ute and the crowd began to chirrup. They were probably tired from the faat pace In the early rounds. PimrKKTH Roust.. Daly got a left to the Kid's eye as a starter, then both missed wild swing and clinched. Daly threw in a fearful left on the mouth, a swinging right to the neck, and was ln the art of driving another left In when the Kid ducked and the blow sailed over his head. McPartland then as sumed the aggreralve until time was op. BlXTKr.NTir Rot'ni.. Msc blocked a left, and Daly then swung a punch well below the belt. The crowd hissed, anil Mcl'srtlsnd said " You better be. careful." Then lal.v went ln like a tiger and sent McPartland through the ropes with a hard one on the jaw. The Kid lesped hacs, and they fought all over the ring. The Kid fell again, but got to his feet in a second. His defence under this unusually vicious onslaught waa praiseworthy. HivaKTr.KSTfi homer.. Daly lost no time ln rushing his man to a corner, where McPartland held his own ln a rally of Infighting. The lattersllpped down and waa assisted to his feet by Jialy while the crowd ap plauded. In a half clinch thai followed McPartland waa driven to the ropes, and waa on the retreat at the bell. The Kid's legs seemed to be giving hlra some trouble when his seconds took him in chsrge. EimiTssNTii Ropsd. McPartland ran into a left iust as he put one fn himself. Daly then forced mat era with a rush, McPartland'a leg work saving hlra. Both missed great opportunities ln the next minute, Daly, however, maintaining the ad vantage secured in the first part of the round. NiHr.TKrNTii Ilot'SD. McPartland began ln an In effective rush. Daly mixed it up, and the Kid got away. Then Mcl'artland tried long-range Jabbing. Daly finally rushing Into a clinch. McPartland a left eye began to swell at this stage, but otherwise ha bore no very pronounced marks. The last minute was tame. TwasTirrH Rorwn. A short bit of sparring waa followed by a great nihh by Daly, who with three heavy lefts made the Kid fall in his corner. Msc waa up as if on springs, though, and they went at It again until the Kid backed away. Daly tried In vain to draw him on again, and had to rush into a mix-up, which waa ln neither man's favor. TwKKTT-riBST Rotn. McPartland put In a couple of good stiff lefts on the neck and Daly faked grog glness, only to burst out laughing. Then at a close range both landed with heavy body blows. In an other rally Daly's punches were decidedly mors Siowerful. Daly looked discouraged when he eat lown. " I can't seem to hurt him." he said to Fitx- pattick. Twenty -skcond Boust.. McPartlsnd put a good left squarely on the eye when the round began, and his friends cheered. Daly lav ghed and rushed his man around the ring witnout getting in a blow. Then when the Kid came back Daly hit him hard on the chin with a left, but missed the right. It was Daly 'a round. Twentt-thihd RotrsD. The Kid began with amah, which Jack blocked. Daly then landed two blows to the Kid'a one 'in a rally, which waacnt abort by a clinch, in which Daly twisted his man around bj the neck. Daly wound up the round by landing half a doxen lefts, with hardly a return. McPartland seemed the weaker when the bell sounded. TwENTt-rouBTH RoL'XD. Both landed left handrro on the neck, when they clashed. Daly put ln four or five quick smashea on the Kid's face and received one body blow ln return. Daly had such an advautago at the end of the round that his friends were almost sure that he would get the verdict. McPartland'a followers, however, looked for a draw. Twa-sTT-riiTit Itot-M). after the handahake the men began a hot mix-up. Daly's right grazed the Kid's jaw and the crowd roared Put him out, Jack," " Knock him down. Kid." The people yelled as the fighters went kt It for all they were worth. Honors were even at the bell. The referee gave the bout to McPartland, and while there was some cheering the majority of the crowd broko Into hoots and hisses. Hun creds of seat cushions were thrown Into the ring and at the referee. The crowd went out hooting at the club and the referee, and still throwing cushions at each other. Six Tama Hounds Between Goddard and Armstrong. PHi-LADriypHiA. Aug. 29. Joe Goddard and Bob Armstrong met before a small crowd in the Arena to-night for a six-round " so." Mo de cision was rendered. Both men looked to weigh about 185 pounds and were in good con dition. The six rounds were very tame. This was due to extra carefulness and the natural clumsiness of the two men. The forcing was about even. Goddard did a trifle more leading, but was so clumsy that It amounted to nothing. The first round was about even. They Addled, and not a good blow was landed. The second wss a repetition of the first. The third and fourth were Armstrong's best rounds. He landed several times and landed hard. Qod dard wont to his corner each time appar ently groggy. Armstrong had been land ing on the wind and Jos felt it. In the fifth and sixth rounds Uoddard seemed to re vive and was himself again. During the whole light .loo fought foul, in the frequent clinches he relinked to break clean, and got Armstrong's head under Tile arm and seemed to be trying to break his neck. Bedford Athletic Clnb Boats. An enthusiastic crowd of spectators witnessed the Invitation boxing bouts of the Bedford A. 0. la Brooklyn last night After a number of lively exhi bitions Aleck Williamson of New Brunswick and Jerry Richardson of Brooklyn, both colored, shook hands for a ten-round go at catchweighta. Tho re sult was a draw. Jerry Thompson of Brooklyn and " Kid" McManna of Troy then faced each other for ten rounds at 12.". pounds. The Trojan was a trifle afraid of his op ponent's wild swings in the first round, but after that he met every rush with a beautiful straight left hander that stopped Thompson in the fifth round and won. Jimmy Tulley of Newark, It. J., and Kike Mulroy of Brooklyn, the "Brighton Cyclone." met in the final bout of the night for fifteen rounds at 123 pounds. Tulley waa The aggreesor for the first five rounds, then for five rounds Mulroy led, and in the last five either one of them could have knocked out the other had he been able to deliver a straight blow, but It was a stand-off, and the verdict wsa a draw. Another Chance of Date for the Corbett JleCoy Fight. George Consldine. who was present at the Daly-McPartland fight last night, told the re porter of The Sun that the date of the contest between Jim Corbett and Kid McCoy had again been changed, from Oct, 1 to Oct. 15. He said that the. change was owing to the fact that Cor bett Is not fooling well and requires more time In which to get in trim. Consldine emphati cally declares that there will not bo any more postponements. Gossip of the Ring. O. O., New Tork They met at New Orleans on Sept. 7, 1892. Corbett won In twenty-one rounds. Sammy Kelly began training yestarday at tho Now West Bide A. C. for his coming meeting with Johnny Murphy. " Australian " Jimmy Ryan and Jim Franey of Cin cinnati have been matched to box twenty rounds at Louisville on Sept. 2d. Bill Hefferman of South Africa, through his man ager, Charley Scbloss, la out with a challenge to box any good middleweight. Barney Cohen will meet Charley Bchults In a ten round bout at the Lenox A. C. on next Friday night. Both boys hail from tne oast aide. The Lenox A. C. has notified Charley McKeevor of Philadelphia that he can secure a match at the club, if he will consent to box Charley Johnson at 12 pounds. Dan Murphy, the hard-hitting and clever middle weight of Waterbury, writes to Tnr Btm that he would like to meet either Tommy West, George Beyers, Dick O'Brien, or Jack Burke. Billy Lavigna says that the battle between his brother, the Kid, and Frank Erne, booked to be held at the Olympic A. C. Buffalo, on Bept. 12. has been transferred to the Hawthorne A. C. The boot betweeu Joe Hopkins and Joe Fairburn was clinched yesterday, when both lsds signed the articles of agreement. Tho meeting will take place at Bcranton the latter part of next month, ana will be for twenty rounds. A well-known English sport has offered a purse of $8,000 for a battle between Billy Plimmer and "Ped lar " Palmer. The latter has accepted conditionally. If be whips Billy Ilotchford, Palmer will faoa l'llin nier ln November. The Indications are thst Ben Jordan will not re main very long ln England, owing to tho fact that no club has offered a prixe for the " go " between Jordan and "Darkey" Wallace. This battle alone necessi tated Jordan's hasty departure from this country to England. George Beyers, the colored middleweight, and Tom Bhsrkey will meet in a limited round bout at Provi dence this week. When Bharkey waa at Boston a few weeks sgo Beyers essayed to stay four rounda against the ex-sailor- Beyers not only stayed, but made a great showing. Tom O'Rourke, on behalf of Tom Bharkey, baa ac cepted tho offer of (17,000 which the National A. C. of Ban Francisco is ready to give for a twenty -round bout between Bhsrkey and Bob FiUsluiranns. O'Rourke yesterdsy telegraphed to thia city from Providence that the ex-sailor is ready to fight the champion and wants the latter to reply one way or the other. UTATK FAIR AT SXRACUSK. sparge. Line of Manufactured Products on Exhibition by Mew York Firms. Btbacuih, Aug. 20. A new feature of the New York State Fair, which opened here to day, ls the special exhibit of Now York firms in Machinery Hall, under the supervision of O. TV. J. Angel of the Merchants' Association of New York olty. Fifteen firms are represented, show ing a large and varied line of manufactured products. Wednesday ls Greater Now York Day. Van Wyck, Ouggeuhelmer and Color have proraihud to bu present. Thursday is Governor's Day. Gov. Black has gutio South and is uot exeoted, so Lieut. -Gov. Woodruff will take hib place. A line herd of cattle from cx-Gov. Morton's btui'k iniiii at Ellurslib lsoueot thu exhibits. Tim Statu Fihii. (iaino uiul Forestry C uiuils sion hu u largo exhibit, showing in tanks the name fishes 01 the State. Thu exhibits In all lies are unusually lurge, and tho fair will be a big success, beginning to-morrow (here will be horse races on the nulf-mllu track, which will oonliuuo through tin, weak. Is 5 Enough? If you are able to put away somethine every week or month against that inevitable rainy day, you ought, of course, to be par ticular about two things: First, are your savings safe; and, second, do you get a fair interest upon your money? There are lots of ways of investing savings. Take those Government bonds, for ex ample. It is hard to beat them for security, but thev pay only 3. Take the savings banks. They are sound and safe enough at least the great majority are, but they pay only to 4. Now, The Franklin Society, which re ceives savings large or small (from fifty cents up to 85,000) pays 5, in January and July of each year, upon sums of Jio and over, in vested for more than thirty days. The Franklin Society is no nov elty, by the way. It is over ten years old, has thousands of mem bers, and has handled millions of small savings. It is worth investi gating. Send for " A Talk About The Franklin Society " to THE FRANKLIN SOCIETY for Home-Building and Savings, 34 Park Row, New York. Maurice L. Muhleman, President. C. O'CONOR Hennessy, Secretary-Treasurer. FAI.MKR BCaOOKKRB RKI.EA.int. They Technically Violated the Laws While Carrying Coal to the Fleet. NoBFtvLg. Va., Aug. 29. The schooners Mary E. Palmer. Capt. Haskell and W. B. Palmer. Capt McDonald, previously reported as being In trouble with the Government, were re leased to-day and sailed with eargoos of coal for Bos'on. The Palmers hall from Bath, Me. The two big four-masters were chartered by the Government to carry coal to Key West for the fleet When they reached that port the fleet had sailed for Guantanamo. The senior officer of the navy at Key West ordered the Palmers towed to Guantanamo. The C. S. S. Niagara took tho,Mnry E. and the U. 8. 8. Leb anon, her sister, the William B. Palmer, ln tow. and across they went to Guantanamo. The Captains demurred and wanted to get clearance papers, but they were assured that it was all right, as Guantanamo was then an American, not a foreign, port. When the vessels arrived here Inst week on their way rnst they were seized by Collector George li. ; .. vdon of this port, who said that it was his dutv t. . declare tho schooners forfeited to the Goveinu ertt because of their violation of the letter of tho law. which reuuires every vessel sailing fn.it. un American for a foreign port to declare the nature of her cargo, so that the proper duty may be collected by the cus toms officers. . . , Tho red tape, however, wns unwound by Col. William Lamb of Norfolk, whose Arm were the consignees of the Palmers. He went to Wash ington and saw the Chief of the Bureau of Equipment, by whose orders the schooners had gone from Key West to Guantanamo, and persuaded him to request the Treasury De- fiartment to waive all formalities, as It was in ime of war and both owners and Captains were only showing their patriotism ln being willing to go where the Government desired. Commodore Bradford made the request Im mediately to the Bureau of Navigation. On receiving his letter the Bureau of Jiavlgatlon telegraphed at once to tho Collector to release the schooners. Tho acting Chief of the Bu reau of Navigation Informed Col. Lamb that this was setting a precedent which would, no doubt, govern ail such cases, as the vessels had really worked a forfeiture by falling to comply with the navigation laws of the United States. rouvB disappoint n. a pottkb. Their I. not of Enthusiasm for the Investi gation of Bis Assassin Story Disturbs Him. The Hev. D. C. Potter said hurt night at his home'ln Ldng Island City that he was much grieved by the llstlessness of the police ln act ing upon his assassination story. The police have taken possession of the revolver found ln the yard of the Jeffersonion Democratic Club, next door to the Potter home. They have not yet discovered any peculiarity about it which would have enabled an assassin less than seven teen feet tall to do the shooting in the manner ln which the Bev. Mr. Potter asserts it was done. But the Bev. Mr. Potter says there were pe culiarities about that revolver, none the less. He says that there were three conspicuous nicks in the barrel. Everybody knows, he says, that a professional murderer makes a nick in his weapon for every life which he destroys with it, "Had It not been for my custom of reading the Bible until I fall asleep." says the Rev. Mr. Potter, "and had not the Bible been suoh a large one, there would have been a fourth nick ln that revolver to-day." FOOTBALL PLATERS WROX THE PROXT. 'Well-Known Athletes from Pennsylvania and Princeton Return from War. Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 20. An advance guard of Battery A of Philadelphia. Capt. War burton, arrived In this city to-day. coming by rail from Norfolk, where they had landed from the May, the yacht sent with a relief commis sion to Porto Rico by Mr. A. Van Rensselaer. They were Boyle, the ex-Pennsylvania end: Overfleld, Pennsylvania's crack centre, and Kelly. tlu Princeton half-book. This news will bring joy to tho football rooters of both uni versities, as it was fenred Kelly and Overfleld would not be able to plav this fall. Two other members of Pennsylvania's team, it was foarod. would l.n missing, Tucklo Good man and Half-back Morice, as they, too, were at the front. Goodmun is with the City Troop of Philadelphia. They have been mustored out, and. Goodman will De back in time for the Same. Morice is a member of Battory A, and le boys who arrived to-day brought word that he ls out of tho game for this year. He is tying sick with typhoid fever ln a hospital ln Porto Rico, and will not leave with the battery whou It sails on Thursday. Judge Bayden Marries Miss Gillette. Boston, Aug. 20. Cards have been received announcing the wedding at Woodstock, Vt.. of Judge Charles S.Haydon and Miss Addle Frances Gillette, both of Fltohburg. The wedding is the sequel of Incidents which have made these names conspicuous in tho Htato for a year. Miss Gillette was an inmate of Judge Hay den's home for several years as his stenog rapher. He educated her for the practice of law. and meantime his wife hud applied for and secured a divorce. Whun Miss Gillette applied for admission to the bar of Worcester county, opposition was made by the women of Fitch burg. A sensational legal hearing ensued, re sulting in the rejeotion of Miss Gillette on moral grounds. Collision on the Santa Fs. Wichita. Kan.. Aug. 20. Eighteen or twenty persons were Injured In a collision between a work train and a passenger train on the Pan Handle branch of tho Hanta Fe Railroad, near Alva, Oklahoma, yestorday. Both engines were badly damaged and the mallear Injured. Miss Bldwell "f Kiowa was cut in thu head, and sev eral others were slightly injured. Wantffl eftuiitle. we srtTJv Harlem Branch IIP BUST ISM'H BTHEET. FANCY KKA'I lllJIS, :. iic.1. eil t.astcrs, makers, bird mounters: vvork vrlven out. MAX II KKMAM k CO., ma Broadway. FAHOY FEATHKHH -Wauled, experienced hands only; guui! nay unil ix.sitluui. Apply all woek. ZDUKKll k J vlSEPU 1(716-717 Broadway. FANCY FEATUKK makers; good wages; workaLw given out. Apply all week. K. .M'HUAUM, 66 Broadway. FANOT FEATHERS. Experienced pasters wantadi weekly pay. DAVID HPtRO, 1M Mercer at. OrVTWCUEATHKiiii.-Waulod, a f ow Bntlaas curlers; to others neetl apply. Zlil'hKll 4. JohKI'll i. 71C-717 Broadway. Somrjsttr Jmuw WautcA. SWEDISH cook; a ages 126; must be competent! very host references required. Mrs. L. BKELY, M 6tb av. WAM'IKD- First .uum. kitiheuuiaids for Newp ," B. I., and Babylon. L. I.; very best rtfrrsnisss inmentic ImiMti WnnttA. It Fatso Aerraal see (Is Instruction la ths Art af Vooklag, Can her attention to this opportunity. This coupon entitles a well-recommended ser vant to oae free leson at MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, SRI nth av where all branches of cooking are taught hy Mrs. ft. Iemcka. "HAMBF.ltMMrS. 20 cooks, who wash snrt Iron, - an laundresses, s kltehenmalds, housewnrkers, cooks, 2r. to SO; wsitrcsses wh . .In ihsmherwork, laundresses who do ohamberwork, Fren. h. tii inian anil Kngllsh lady's maids, nurses, Ensllsh butlers snil second men, grooms and coschmen. Mis. I BEELT. OH West 32d St.; servants' entrance 8112 9th av. fiOMPETKrlT woman aa a second laundress: wages ' S1A to 20; family now at Ispp, I., L references requlred. Mrs. L. SKKI.Y. BR2 uth av. (OMlKTF.NT Protestant cook to bo to (Ireenwlch, J Cum.; Wages 20; references required. Mrs. I.. BKELY. .1S2 nth av. (lOMPFfrENT cook for fsrrr town: wages ISO: refer--' enres required. Jfrs.JL. H V.Kt.Y. 852 llth av. PRRT-CLASB laundresses to Ko to Bnl Bank: must be competent and have heat references; wages 20; Mrs. L. BKELY. 853 Uth av. FIB8T-CLAS8 laundress to go to Oyster Bay; wages $20; very best references required. Mrs. I,. BKELY, 8B3 th av. WRUttfl SWhUa 3fttttuU.Cj, ttt. CtAHEMAKER wanted; also experienced ease mav J chine operator wanted. H. B. WOLFF, 25 Cherry st ABRIAOE trimmer for country shop. Call at 14 Murray st. Wednesday. 10 A. M. L'CRNACEMEN. First-class tin and ahsettron -T workers. Apply H. M. DICKOVER k BON. New Utrecht av. and Buth St.. Brooklyn. SAWBMTTHRBR WANTED. Two first-class man on small circulars and long work; employment steady. Apply to cifHTlB k CO. MFO. CO.. flt. Louis, Mo, SHEHTIRON workers for heavy work wanted. 818 Newark av., JerseyCItT; T ANTED Forririnler wire weavers. V BROWN Ax SELLERS. Holyoke, Maaa. Vt antf A SJUIr s IHisceUanpu-. r ANTED-Office boy; Al reference required: ex " perienced preferred. Address MANF. JEWEL LER, hex 13R Hun office. l7 ANTED Experienced men on bowling sliey " work. Apply THE BHITN8WICKBALKE-COL- LENDER CO., HMO Brosdwsy AIT" ANTED A man to work and oook on a smsll li sloop yacht; state terms, Ac. JCDUE, box 140 Sun office. 4 rf.Mi-au.M SUlp efraxicf. A CHRISTIAN young woman wants position, either aa nurse or companion to old or invalid lady; salary no object so long as It affords pleasant homo; hiRhestreferoncea given. Address A. E, T., box 1116 Duuellen, N. J. COMPETENT cook; understands soups, moats, veg etables, desserts, Ac.; hest references. B. M., box 647 Sun uptown office, l'Jiir, Broadway. C iOMPKTENT chambermaid and aeamstress; will ' intriind obliging; best references. C. T.. box 646 Sun uptown otnoe, 12rtr, Broadway. CHAMBEBMAIIl; also good laundress; best refer ereuces; two yesrs in last place. M. J., box 646 Sun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. f iOMPKTENT maid to grown children; excellent ' seamstress; host references. E. II., box 648 Bun uptown offlco, 13B5 Broadway. CHAMBERMAID and waitress; best references; neat and clean. U. B., box 641 Bun uptown office. 120.". Broad way. (COMPETENT nurse; best of referencoa; willing .1 and obliging. A. D., box 858 Sun uptown office. 1205 Broad way . FIRST-CLASS waitress; understands serving wines, making oalsd dressings, carving, Ac; best refer ences. J. B., box 548 Sun uptown office. 1206 Broad way. FIRST-CLASS laundress; understands doing up shlrta, collars and ruffs. c; good references. E. J., box 53H Hun uptown office. 1206 Broadway. GOOD plain family cook would like situation ln small private fiunilv, city or country. M. H., box 686 Sun uptown office, 12S6 Broadway. pERSIAS chanib.ii maid- understands her dutiest vJneat, willing and obliging. M. Q box 640 Bun uptown office, 1205 Broadway . NEAT young girl wishes situation In private fam ily as chambermaid; boat references. M. J., box 689 Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway. KT URSK Thoroughly competent to take entire caro i v of grown children. E. li.. box 644 Hun uptown offloe, 1206 Broadway. rpHOROCGHLY competent chambermaid; good -a. seamstress; best references. N. D.t box 687 Sun uptown office. 1205 Brosdwsy. WAITRESS Will assist with ehamberwork; best references. A. It., box 642 Sun uptown offlco, 1205 Broadway. 4. tWt-ffiUM 5Utp-3ttRlf!. A COMPOSITOR of ability and education desires a position: ls capable of taking charge, but will be satisfied with any position: will accept smsll salary; non-union. Address ENERGETIC, box 100 Bun office. FI KST-i'T.ASS clothing salesman , merchant tailor ing or ready made, 16 years' experience, desires a steady situation; highest references; salary reason) able. WILLIAM iS'ORAUAM, 816 West 21st St. f EXPERIENCED solicitor desires a position; under i stands newspaper advertising snd can furnish-first-class reforences: would not object to leaving the city. Addreas 111 STLEB. box 200 Sun office. YOI'NV, MAN, printer by trade, who has filled varioua positions ln newspaper offices, wants situ ation ln his line, or would gladly accept any work that a man of intelligence could perform. Addreas 0., box 178 Sun office. grading hotels and ItemurxirM. This list appears Tuesdays and Saturday!. Hotel Information Free. For booklets of American. European Hotels, SUMMER RESORTS, Alao Rates of Apartments in IloteU below, call or adilr.'Hr, (neiid atamp) Hotel TarifT Bureau, ill.'! Fifth A re., sr York, 90 f.'K-ciir St., London. 4H Rue tie Rlvoli, 1'mHm. HOTEL POCKET GUIDE ;katis. (A. P.. American Flan; K. P., European; Op., Open.) ALBANY. X. Y Hotel Kenmore. A. P., 18 up ASBURY PAR K , N.J. West End Hotel. A.P.,1 8 up. Open BALTIMORE. Md The Carrollton, A. P., $2.60 up BERN AltDSV 1 1.l.K, N.J. Somerset Inn. Apl.30 to Nov.l BOSTON, Maaa Hotel Vendome, A. P., $6 do. Copley 8q. Hotel, E. P., $1.60up; A.P., 18.60 up BOCR XEM Ol 'TH, Eng. Royal Bath Hotel. A.P..S4 to 16 BROOKLYN, N. Y Mansion House, A. P.. f 8 up do Hotel Ht, George, K. P., tl; A. P.. ;i up CU IC AOO.I II .The Vlrglnla.a.p...1.60 up; e.p.. 1 .60 up KXETKR.Eng.RoyalClarenceUotel,a.p.,8;o.p..tl.r.o DEAL, N. J. .Hathaway Inn; op. entire jr.; golf links OT. BARIUNUTON. Mass Berkshire Inn, A. P., !! up Frontage 850 ft. Charming surroundings. Booklets. LAKE OEORii:.N.Y.LekeHse.A. P., stl.BO.A.H. Russell LAKH. MAUOPAO. N.Y .. .Thompson's Hotel. A.P., 14 LONDON, England Hotel Cecil. E. P.. S3 up do Inns of Court Hotel. E. P., $2 ; A. P., 4 up do. (14Corkst.. Burlington Odns, W.lSchlettesHtl. LONDON (Westminster). St. Ermln's; high class Cnoxoellod for luxury, comfort, cuialne, E.P., II up LO.NO BRANCH, N.J... United States Hotel, A. P., 8 do West End Hotel snd Cottages, A. P., (4 up NEW HAVEN, Conn Hotel Savoy, E. P., (1 up NEW ORLEANS, La., New St. Charles HtL, A. P., 14 np do Hotel Oranawald, E. P., tl up do The Cosmopolitan Hotel. E. P., (1.60 up NEWPORT, It. I., Aquldneck Hotel. A. P.. (2,60 up IT. 1. O'Neill). NEW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel. A. P., 6 up do The Netherland, E. P., 12; A. P., ts up do. Cosmopolitan (Cham bars A B'way), E.P.. f 1 up PATCHOOCE. L. I Pine Grove Hotel. Now open PHlLADELPHIA.Pa.Aldine.a.p.8.6bup;e.p.1.60up do. (Reatsunint Ale. ATdb.)Tho Lafayette. K.P. 81 Up PLYMOUTH, Eng., Grand Hotel, A. P., (8; E. P. 11.60 QUHBEC. Can Chateau Frontenao, A. P., (8.60 up O.UAKER BILL. N.Y., The Mixzen Top. OpenJunalS SPRING LAKE, N. J. PALMER Haa (terms moderate) Managed by J. R. Palmer of Lakewoud; booklets. SYRACUSE, N. Y.. Yates Hotel, K. P., 81.60; A. P., 14 WASHINGTON, D. 0 Arlington Hotel. A. P., IS do The Raleigh. E. P., 11.60 up WHITE MTB., Profile HsekOottagea. Open July to Oct. Sherman Square Hotel. BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMERICA PLAN. sUrlotly a 'family hotel; choice suites, furnished or unfurnished, to rant by ths season or year. Oulstno and sorvlcs of the highest order. Rates reasonable. Location convenient to ail parte of the 'cityV vTAXTICB. LAWltKNCK, Manager. THE SLEVIN HOTEL 14TH ST. AND 7T1I AV. For gentlemen, on the Kurup.sn plan. 81 per day; special rates for largo aud small n.i.uis, by the week or month. HUGH HLEVIN. Proprietor. HOTEL HAKTf. French table d'hote. 47 Wast IMtb at. Dinner served la Summer Gaxdeu. LUNCH. 4O0. DINNER, too. Wine and coffeo laeladad; service a la oarte al all swan; moderate prices. 'Mvoaas hy day at weak. jtrlrrt rit. Bast Rids. OTTH ST.. 118 P.AST (near Madison "Iqnarsv. evU Handsome largo and small rooms; dsllghtful table board; reasonable. West Sad. lflTHST.,87 W1WT With board, first-class dnnble lv and single rooms; rates reaaonable; transients socnmmotlated. nTH ST.. 24 WeMT. Single snd double roomsT with board; refsrsnos; can arrange now for winter rntH ST.. 41 WESTCloan. tidy roomafpool J tablei central location: Southerners; transients taken; references exchsnge.l. 9QI Sf 11 WEST.-NewEngiand lady has .O newly decorated rooms, large, smsll; bountiful home table; reasonable. (?7TII ST.. soil AND in'WEST.-Large and email v rooms with board; references. etrrt 3ineuu ruottlyit. HENRY ST.. nr.fl. convenient to South Ferry. De sirable cool rooms; first-class board : in to IT. ef uruiihcrl Jlooms ft 3iparutntj tort Wast Bid. UNIVERSITY PLACE, 6, near Wsabington Bquare. Handsomely furnished rooms, by day or week, with hath; gentlemen. 1 OTH BT.. 40 WE8T.-0nV large end smalfroom; Asu private bath; gentlemen only; breakfast served; references. 1 KTH ST .. 27 WEST, near 6thav.-Deairable large a-t-e room sultabls for party of gentlemen; Ameri can family. IITH HT.,144WE8T. Two square rooms, dress I -a. ing room, bath adjoining; one flight; private hnui-o; hall room AliTll 8f.7llTWEST;-Elegantlyfurnlahed rooms; xxl for gentlemen only. ef latjs and uartmrnta iff Set. THE OHTilljSEsA, asa west mid st. A select and refined Family Hotel. Elegant suites of rooms with privste halls, new and modern con veniences, either furnished or unfurnished, may be rented by the year. A BF.ACTIFT'L HOME AT MODERATE RATER 1 1 Families seeking a central and .ltilet location should visit the Chelsea before de ciding where to live. Private and publlo restaurants on offloe floor. Table d'Hote Luncheon, 60c.; Dinner, 11.00. Served daily and are very popular. Address. THE CHELSEA AR80'N. RN. WILSON, Manager. Eo $rt far SvuHntt JurpoHM. LIOnT, clean, airy lofts to let at 228 Bast 2nd st.; rent cheap to right party. For particulars spply Owner, 4 East nth at. tjiveiunp. jftou&w Eo !X ft groofelyn. FIR RENT Four-story house, Columbia Heights, river side; 14 rooms and bath: convenient to liridgo and ferries: good order. Address REASONABLE, box 181 Sun office. $tRl ffgtntf at 3urtioiL ,J21wiav Iwaal1 . THE REMAINING 669 LOTS of the 1.840 lota known ss ths JANE ROBERT ESTATE LOCATED ON 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d Ares.. 69th, 70th, 71st, 72d and 73d Sts, 80TH WARD, BOROUOH OF BROOKLYN. Will Be Sold AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT 1 O'CLOCK, ON THE PREMISES, ON LABOR DAY, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH. 80 ON MTGE. AT 4 1-2 . TITLES INSURED. Complimentary Passes, Luncheon and Uuslo. MAl'S NOW READY. Messrs. Robert and Whlteman. Attys. for devisees. 182 Nasasu St., N. V., or Jere. Johnson. Jr. Co., Real Eatato Auctioneers, 1SS Broadway, N. Y.. and 181 Montague st, Brooklyn. $cal estate Sax alt City. F )R SALE 168 East 87th it., very desirable dwell ing; caretaker to show. R. T. VARNUM, 2 William st tfal (estate jrale Swotljjn. NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. N.J. 794 HKOAl) ST. ADVERTISERS MAY LEAVE THEIR ORDERS AT THIS ADDUF.SS. WHERE THE SAME CARE ANli ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT MAIN i U Jr'lcl :. FWfR8TOJWDOTrBLE FRAME FLAT, brick filled, all improvements, lot 26x100, UO minutes from New York, pays 10 percent, on investment, for sale on account of owner going to Europe. Address BAROAIN, box 1114 Sun offlco. gcal wSKtRtt Wanted. WANTED Dock property, this city, lease; East River and improved preferred. Address T. A. THORN E, Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway. lOrfuii tfatufrs. AIM EM C A N LIN&. NEW YORK-80UTI1AMP1 ON-LONDON. Sailing hVittirilsYs at Noou. rennland Sept. .'(llelmnland 8ent. 24 Itbyiilanil Sept. I'l'l'dinUnd Oct. 1 RED STAR LINE. new YORK-Hotrrn ampton- Antwerp. Balliuc very Vtiliiiniliy at Noon. Friei.ls.nd. Auk. M ,WeH,m.i.rii..l. . . Rftpt 14 Bnuthwavrk hep.. 7 'KriiMnuinn Bept. 21 "Thrrin tramera carry nucuud-cAbiu pih-i'iu:-r only, who hava tlm una, of tho main aaloon and prom enade drclLsniMJViiiu room, .athrooruss, ho. Vn-iuaam, 7l.J7.Mi ami upward, according to t earner, location, and number or penona ln room. INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPACT, Plrra 1 and 1R, N. RJvbt. Office, 0 Bowling Orcan. ANCHOR LINE. aSKTa. Ethiopia Bept. 8, noon 1 Amhuria .StpL 17, noon Gliy of Borne 8rpt. 10, noon For now lUiutrated book of toura and ltaaaaue iat, ailing ltnta and further partirularn apply to HKNDKIIKON BROTHERS, AeuU, 7 Bowling Oraen. CANADIAN PACIFIC IIAIXWAY. Intended atoamahlp aalllnga from Vancouver "JAPAN ""'CHINA. EMI'REKS OF CHINA Bept. 12, Dec. 5 KlirltKMH OF INDIA Oct. 10. Jan. 2 KMI'KKSR OF JAPAN Nov. 7. Jan. 30 Faat Route to the Philippine Islsnds. to HONOLULU, FIJI, and AUSTRALIA. MIOWERA Hepfc 22 I WARRIMOO Oct. 20 Faat Hue to Hotinlulu. Second cabin accommoda tions at vary low rates. For freight andpaaatnger rate apply 8A3 Broadway and t.f Wull tit. CUN ARD LINE v.Ve!n I.ucanla ..Sent. 8, HA.ll; Ktrunu s, yi. Id, in AM. Aursnls Sept. u, III A. M (aiiil'nana Sept. 17,2 I'M VEI1NON H.BROWN ACO-.tien. Ant" ,4 Dos lliinllnen. COMPAGMIEFl?ENEitfHTRiliJStL)iNTIQUE. DIREOT LINK TO liAVtIK- PARIS iFRANCEJ. BaillnR as fulli.ws at lo A. M. From l'ler No. 42, North Klver, fool Morton St. I,aTouraliic. Kept. :i,Ij Noriiiauillo Sept. 24 LaChauipaane . Sept. I" I J. I ..mini.. Dot 1 La Navarre Sept. 17 La Chanipauiie ... Oct. m Osui Avency fori'. H. and Can., a llowlini; ilrecn. N.Y. MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. HEW YORK, ROCKLAND AND BANHI1K LINE. Steamer, leave New Yuil. every 'Ihura.luy at 4 P. M. for ROCKLAND. CAMDEN, DELIAS 1'. Ill CKH POIir ana HAM. on, Me., romnictinii with all rail and water hues. NEW YORK, EAHTPORT AND ST. JOHN LINK. Etesltiers leave New York (very SATURDAY st 4 P. M. r KAMTPOHT. Me., direct, connecting at EAST PORT for all point.. Hteuiuerswill sail from Pier . North River. Freight received dally until rt P. M. Other lines to he put into operation ahortly. N. L. NKWCOMB. liei.crsl Manacer, 6 aud 11 Br..atjwsy, Nea York. lirAliwEMTKAMINHII CO. DIREOT LINE TO PORTLAND, M.vlNF. con n. -ell iig aith all rsllros.l slnl sUsunsn.p linen in all summer itsorts. H. S UoraUo Hal) Uvw) anil Mnh.illau leave l'i. r So. ". K. li . In I ot Mdil.it at., ev.-ry Tiit-siley, Thursday, slid buturday at ' P M. hl.-suiri. btla.l with .very uiudem impniveuieut for the otimfort and .;onvim U'-c of psawUKers. Ticket ofll.-es. Ho. 273 Brosdwsy, corner Chambers St.. slid the General Ojku. No. 222 South st. U01UTI0 HAI.I, 0. F. ., Mo. M2 Heuta si. aSsasaas.-. ... iSttn Jftramrrf. IHBKCT TO I'AUIS. I.IINIM1N. HAMBI'RG. A. VI. torts, Sep. H, li A.M. I A. Victoria Oct cl. . A.M. F.BIsmsnii, Rep. 22.li A.M. I 1 .Blsniarrt: .cl.2o,A.M. TWIN-MI'RKW PAKSKNOKIt SKItVH K. KKW YOllK-HAMltl IHJ IIIKITT. Phiemcla.Hept. Ill, I P.M. I Palstls.Sep .24.1 1 iSllA.M. rennsvlva.Sept. 17.4 P.M. I Pntorla. Oct. 1, 4 P.M. Ilniiil.iira-Anierlcnn Line, 37 Ilroailway.N.Y, HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE, between New York and Rotterdam. Amsterdam, via R'Uiloimo Hur-Mer. Steamer tVrrkendam, Hstiinlsy, Sept. ft. Second cahln only 940. New twin-screw steamer STATKNOAM, lD.lMKI tons. Sept. 10. First cabin. $7r, and upward; second cabin. t4R. Fain. oik UIMI1UVNHT ART EXHIBITION at AM STERDAM durum September and Octobsr. Apply to Cnmpsny's office, :lli llros Iway, W. T ORTH OERMAN LLOYD KTEAMBHIP CO. SHORT lUH'TETO LONDON AND C()NTINK3T. FAST EXPRESS STEAMERS. Basle.Tll..Aug. .111. lilA.M.K.W.D.O.,Rept.l3, 10 A.M. Lahn.Tu.Hepl.11,10 A.M.lTrave.Tu..Sept.20, 10 A.M. OELRICIIS A CO.. 2 Bowling (Sreen. OLD DOMINION LlNET Dt-lmhtrul tnura to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News, IVtcrabnru, Fortaniouth, Plnner'e Foinl. Richmond, Virginia Beach, Va., and WaBhiuir tou. D. Oi Fnlul.t and panannRer ateamera aall from 11 er 21, North River, ovorv week dav, except flatiir day, at H P. M., and Hatuntay at 4 P. M. W. L. iHII.LAt'UKl'. Vlce-PieaJ and Traffic Mijr. WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YOHK-yrEFNBTOWN-LlVERPOOL. Cymric Aug. so, u A. M. Britannic. Sept. 7, noon Teutonic. Aug. ill, noon f Majestic Sept. 14, noon Saloon rates on Cymric, $ur up; Oermanlc, Britan nic, r, up; Majestic, Teutonic. $100 np; second cabin, 42.r.o upward; third ilass on Cymric Osr manle snd Rritannlc, t'io.nii; on Majestlo and Teu tonic. 927. Rovenun tav addltlnnnl. For passsge, frelglit snd general Information apply to WIUTi: STAR LINK. Pin 4R. North lilver. Offloe, li Broadway, New York. . jmitttttioatf. HfALL RIVER LINE For Tall River, Boston, Martha'a Vineyard, Nan tucket, Capo Cod, and all Eaatern and Northern Mountain, Inland, and Heaahire polnta. Hteamora Pnsctlla and Puritan in roininiaslon. Orchcetra on each. Lave Pier It. N. R., foot of Warren at., week dayaand Huudays at t:iH) P.M. Rteamer from New York Sundays only touches at Newport. On other daya of the week Providence Una eastward steamers touch st Newport. PROVIDENCE LINE For Newport. Providence. Boston and East. Steamers Plymouth unil Rhode Island in conimiaaion. Orches tra on each. Leave Pier in, N. It. , foot of Murray it., week days only at rt:lG P. M., touching at Newport, R.I. ( Monday morn tints excepted). On Monday morn lnsa Fall River line Ftfamerr, touch at Newport. STONINCTON LINE For Stoniuirton, Narraicansett Put, Watch Bill, Boa ton, and all polnta East. Steamers Maine and New Uamnnhlre leave Pier 8f1, N. K.. ono block above Cauai st., week daya only at .: P. M. Sunday nlifht westwanl trips will be made via this line until Sept. 11 inclusive. Saturday night westward trips will be omitted dunnit the same period. NORWICH LINE For New London, Watch Hill, Block Island, Worcee ter, Boston and the East. Steamers City of Lowell and City of Worcester leave Pier 86, N. R., ona block above Canal st., week days only, a 0:00 P. M. Hudson River by Daylight. PALACE IRON AND DAY LINE STEAMERS NKW YORK " AND "ALBANF." Finest and fastest riverBtcamers In the world. Dally except Sunday. Leaves Brooklyn, Fulton st. (by Annex), 8 A.M. New York, Dosbrosses St. Pier, 8:40 " " West 22d St. Pier u " For ALBANY, landimc t Yonkera, West Point. Newburah, Poimhkecpsie, KniL"toii Point, Catakllt and Hudson. Bent route to the OVTSKILLS, SARA TOGA. Ac Throtirzh tickets NORTH, EAST, and WEST. BacRatrn checked from realdenyce to destina tion by New York Transfer Co. Albany Evening Line Steamer. ADIRONDACK and DEAN RICHMOND leave Old Put 41. N. it., foot Canal at., at tl P. M. daily (Sundays excepted), connecting with expresa trains for Saratoga, Lake GeorKP. Richfield Springs, Sharon Sprlngx, Thousand Islands, Adirondacks.and the West. Summer excursion tickets at reduced rates. Saturday mtrhtsteamerconnecta with Sunday morning train for Saratoga, North Creek, Caldwell, and steamer on Lake George TROYBOATS. FARKLOWKIITHAN ANY OTHER ROUTE. Send for list routes for reduced rate tours to Sara toga, the Adiromlacks, Lake Georgo and Chaniplaln, rcon Mountains, Ac. Searchlight on boats. EXCURSIONS-iroy,S2.S0; SaraloKa,$4.S0. strain. ts leave West loth st. dally, II P. H., except Saturday. Sunday stusmers totlrh st Albsny. LONG ISLAND AND BLOCK ISLAND. j Steamers Shinneoock and Mon itor Orient , tank leave New York dally iSun Shelter Ialandt'das excepted) at 5 P. M., Satur Oreenport. jdays at 1P.M., from Pier 40, E. Souttioli, H.. Pike atreet. Saturday's Boat Sag Harbor, docs not go to Block Island, and and iTnesday's. Thursday's and Sat Block Island, uniay s Boat does not atop at jSuuthold. CATSKILL EVENING LINE. Steamer. ONTEORA (new) and KAATERSKILL leave foot of Christopher st. every week day at H P. M. On Saturdays ONTEORA at 1:30 P. M. and KAAT ERSKILL at it P. M. Trains for Cairo, Palenville, Otis Summit, Haines Corner. Tanneraville, Ac., connect. Bicycle free, llorsea and carnages taken. Descriptive folder mailed free. HUDSON RIVER STEAMER MARY POWELL. Leaving Pssnrosspa St. 8:1". P. M. (Saturdays li.fi P. U.i. w.-i .'jii St. n::in I'. M. .Saturdays a P.M.', forl'RANsTON'S. WEST POINT, CORNWALL, NEW BDBOH, NKW HAMltritClI, MII.TON, PO'KEEPSIE, HVDKl'AUK, miNlKHT. and KINGSTON. HARTFORD LINE from Pier 24, East lilver, daily except Sunday at 5 P. M.,for Connecticut River landings, connecting for Springfield. Worcester, Boston, and all New England points. Saturday excursions at reduced rates. HUDSON ANICOXSACKIE BOATS leave foot of Christopher st. every week day at 6 P. M., connecting with H. and A. R. R. Saturday h an extra toat uew steamer Onteora) at l:3ti P. M. for t'atrikill, with annex to Hudson. KINGSTON LUTE, Weat 10th at. -Dally 4 P. M.. Kitturdaysatl. Htfamera HALDWINaud ROMER. for Cranston's. Cornwall. Nowbtuy. New Hamburg, Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepiue, Hyde Park. Esopu, Klngstou. connecting with I'. & i. R. It. for all points inCataklll Mountaina. "NKW HAVEN. Faret; RXOr'BSION $1.60. Sundava, Kxcuntion, $l.0o. Faat steamers leave Pier 35. E. K., we.sk daya, 3 P. M.,and 12 midnight sharp; Sundays, t:'iO A. M. und 12 midnight aharp; week day steamers connect on wharf with train- for Meri den, Hartford, Sprlngflehl, and pftluta North. RAMSDKLL LINE for Newburg, calling at West Point, Cold Spring and Cornwall, FlbhkfU (by ferry), leuves Pier 24, N. R., foot Franklin at. week dava (except Saturday , o P.M.; Saturdays, U P.M., landing at I32d st., N. R., 3:.30; Sundays, tf A.M., 132d at., N. it . UlOO. SiMtaMsU ERIE RAILROAD. Through trains leave New York, foot of Chambers atreet. an follows, and flvo minutes earlier from West 23d atreet: (LJi.l A. M. Vestlbuled Express daily for Blng-t-V hamton, Waverly, Elmtra, Buffalo. Bradford, arrive Buffalo H P M. 1'arlorcar to Buffalo. Q.l Z A. M. Veatibuled Eipreas dally for Port Omli Jerviaand Monticello. Dally, except Sunday . fur Iju'kawaxen, Honeadale. aud important local point1 to I '.linn . i. Pullman Palace cars for Monticello and Elmira. i).ai P. M. Vtutibulo limited Faat mall dally. tUPU S-lid train fur Chicago. Jirrtvea at Cleveland 7:4U A. M.. Chicago o P.M. Hleeueni to Chicago, CI. veland and Cincinnati. Dining car. 7. h I. M. liuttalu and Cleveland Veatibuled 0f Expreai dailv, arrives Buffalo 7:00 A. M., Biadford 7:20 A. M., Jauieatuiwu 7.00 A. M.. Youngs town 10:37 A. !., Cleveland 12:30 P. M. Sleepers to Buffalo uml Cleveland. Cafe Library Car. U. I - l M. Daily solid train for Blughamton. t.ltl Kiniira, Waverly. Chicago. Sleepers to Hor nellsville, Chicago and Cincinnati. Dining car TICKET H, I.tK'AL TIME CARDS. AND Pt'LLMAN I ACCOMMODATIONS at 111, 113, 2di. 4o, aud 057 Broadwac. 127 Itow. i-y, irirt EaHt 12Mh at , aud 27n vv. mi CJ.'dhsl., Chamb.TMund West 23d st. far lies, Nw York: :t33und ntio Fulton st., wm Broadway, Brooklyn j 122 River at., Hobokcn, and Jersey City Station. New York Transfer Co. calls for and choks bavegage from hotels and reaidi uces to destination. New York and Boston All Rail. N. Y., N. H. k H. It. R. and connections. l-'roiu Orund Central Station. Leave U way of Due P:04 A. M , hnr.ugfbiil aud Worcester, 3:80 P M. 10:00 A.M.. tt.NcH Loudon ami lTovidenca,.1:Oi P. M. 110:08 A. M , New Ln louanil Providence, 4.-T P. M. 12,00 M., i 111. go Id and .n Kiel . 0:40 P. M. 11 :00 P M.. Air Line, ia Wilhuiautlc. tt:ix P. . 1 :03 P. If., New Isoudon and Provtdeuoa, 7:00 P, M. 3;O0 P. M.,New L n bu and llruidenoe.H:0(i P. M. 1:00 P.M. "Hunugtubi and Worcester, In O.) P.M. 10:00 P.M.,NivIihdoiiaiiil I'rovideii.e.l I :O0P, M. 1 l:Ht P. M , "Spr.lJgfltdd and Worcester. 11.15 A. M. tr' (Hip. SJ Now JHid-'iiand Providence, 1J.2.J A. M. fttiiis dully, no Indium Sunday. ttliuyHute Lnioted, all urlur cars; fare $1, in cluiung P ror 1 ar m .it. : . 1 I. on I.ii.it" 1: arrives .md depart from Park h(iiin Htailon, ItoHtou. Return service same hour una b. 1 aim route. KWlll alwp at 1 goth st. when llagged. Through psrloraud sleei-ng ear-, by each train. C. T. HEMPSI'EAD, (leu. Paaa. Agent. BALTIMORE & OHIO Ri R. l,eav.' N.-w York, Wtiitshsll l.-i n.ii.ai, s.ntb Ferry sli.l f.u.t ol I.ll.rrii htr.'.-t. "daily. IKi ri.t numlay. (Huo.lays. ill irv in. '4:1" ir.. u r. I'.M ,snill2.l5nU:lit. I'M raui in.. . " a it., 1.1 w i'. u 1 is r. m . "IJ I. iii.-til 1 .1" A. M. 1 1. nit. fr in. l.il.i-ily nt...nly. t'lM'lSN.vTI. SI LullS.'lt. uoA. SI., '.. .."..', 1'. M. MKM ulli KAKh, ''. 1'. M. iIIimuiiU .l..ir). WOVAL B0E TRAINS. T.riiu.AiiKi rniA. wtMiiM,r.i,iii.riMi)iii:, 7.r.'., iu: a. ii..i:ci ,. -i i : i'i a :.i iJiu.-i). ii .-'.. r. M.. "1:40 iU.ll.-ri, 18 ," 'I'm. r.. " I ,".r. tli.li.r . "..."..'; 1'. M., ami 'i: . .unlit Million,, i l i" v U. All trains STS Uliiuilual.'.l Willi I'inU.-li liubl iim.-.-n: 111, 17.:, 1MI.4.U, vim llroa.laav , ill Kast l.lll SI . 131 Ui.wory. Nsw York; al. i. r'.ill.n t llr.ii.klyu; Whitehall Tsroilyal. Magtaa cksokad from sWtsl or naldsacs tti lasliisMna a ' p Pj fltattraatfa. ennsylvania RAJIsnOAXt. STATIONH foot cr-Wst . w.nti thml Wtsisi SUMl Ieshr..sst's ana ('ortlmnlt strssis. aTn 1m vim; tlmo frt.ru Iiosbr .ssss n& On4 lsn.lt stri.ru Is trn inlniilrs lstsr than lbs rrsa bslnw lorTwontyllilril Hiri'st Rtatlon. l:n A. M. FAST MAIL.- rnllinsn BuBat Parlor Usr Nsw York to P.tiHlniiv. Sl.wiiln Oar Kttav l.urit to I'lui-.iK'.. No oosi In -s to Plttsliunt. i0 A. M. FAST LINK. Pitt.liiin? and rl.v.lsnil. 0:O A. M. l'hA'NHYLVAMA I.IMlTWi - follsosa I'oinviii Inii'iit. SIosi.Iiik, iMiilm;. Hmoklna and Oil srrvTitl,.i rsr. For t'lnraif... Clnrelana, Tolsdou rHminnatl. Infllsiuv'.lts, 1 oui.-.nis, Hl.tonrs, lilMI T. M. t'HU Mlnsti.l ST. I.OT1H KKPMkW. For Nsslivlllr vis I'm. Ininlli. chioauo, SL Louis. H:tm V. M. WRHTKItN KM'UKSs - For Mnsland. Oaloaeo. For T.il'il... saeeiil Ssiimlay. 7l4 F. M. Hill'TllWI '.MTKRN KXPREM. Fst ritlstmrit. I'lnrlnnstl. Iii.Isiibi.,.1Is, Ht. tools. Tl40 P. M. PACIKIf KXI'IIF.-m. -For Plttsbiirt and I'lilraim. t'onnrcts for'lor..and,sirt.it Hatardar, BilStl I'.M. MMI.ANDKXI'IIFXS -I'liilinailBnn'li SI.-. .linj far Nsw York to Altoolia, Rasl IJh-rty, lMtsl.urit, and i.olnta Wn.t, dally riout sUinday. No roai'li. .. 1USHIMITON ANI THK HOTITH. 7;r,o, Ri30,u,io, .:.-tiit)lnlnKt'ar). linuicPsaiacOar) A. M.. 13:60. i:60 (3:30 "Conijri'sBlnrialJJtB.," all Parlor snd Pinliur f'srsi, 4:30 iD.nlnlr t'ati, 4:M llilnlnn i.'ari, n:r,i p, M., i3:on nhiht. flsaday, lift), 11:30. 10:r.O iWnliiu Car) A. M. (0:31) "fjon BTrsslolial Mm.," all Psrlor snd Dining Olrsl, 4 :0 iDlnlnu Carl, 4:.10 iliinlne Can, 8:50 P. If.. laiOS right. BOin IIF.R5 RAILWAY.-Eli.tss. 4:30 P. M.. MsM nlitl.t dally. ATLANTIC coast I.INR.-Eipress. 0:30 A. al. an K:r,n l. M. dsllv. CIlEHAPEtKE AND-OHIO BAn.WAY. 4lBO s. K. dallv. FOR OLD POINT COM1-ORT snd NORFOLK.-tisO A. M w-.'k dsvsaii.l 7-411 P. M.dnlly. ATLANTIC CITY. 1 -.'..i p M. w,;t days fPbr0.ss andCortlandtHtr..'ts,3:HlP. M.). Throill Tsatt l.iilnl Train. IinnVt Parlor Cars, Passrnitcr-Coaoa, and Comblni'd Cosch. CAPK MAY. 13:50 P. M. week days. Through PnhV inim liii tl. -t Parlor Car. I.oni: Brsii.h. A.hury Park llntsrlaksn Bandars), Oosan llrov .. ami Point Pleasant (from Wsat Twsn-ty-thirvl Street Station). Ho'.O. ll:r.O A.M. (1:B0 Hstnrdsys only), 3:30. 3:.'.0, ,1:30, S:BO, 4:50, 8:50 P. If. Sundays, 7:ftO, U:20 A. M.. 4:60 P. U. (from DssbrOSSSS and Cortlan.lt strrsis , 4:45, B:10 A.M., 13:10 1 1:30 Saturdays only), 3:80, 8:10, B:40, 4:20. 5:.i. 7:00 P.M. Sundays, H:ir., 0:45 A.M., 0:18 rn Finr.AnKi.FBLA. 6:10, 7:20, 7:.r.il, Siatl, 8:50, 11:30 (H:50 I'snna. Lim it.'. !. 0:50 (Dinlim Can, 10:50 (Dinlug Car, 11)60 A.M., 12:511. I :.-,!., 2:51), 8:50, 4:20, 4 211 (DlnlnaT Car). 4:50 (Dining Can. 5:50 (Dining Car), 7-.40. 8:50 P. M. 12:0.". night. Hnndsis, c::lo, :20, 8:50. P:20, 0:5O (Limited), 11:50, 10:50 (Dlnlnil Car) A. M . 1 :50 (Dining Car), ,'1:50, 4:20 i inning Oar), 4:50 (Dining Can, 5:60 (Dining Car), 7:40, 8:60 P.M.. i-. or. ,,,.,)., Ticket ofllcraNos. 4A1, H44, 1106, 1828,111 sad 261 Broadway, 1 Astor House, West Tweuty -third Street Station, and stations foot of Dssbrossss and Cortlsu.lt Streets: 4 Court Stroot, 8tM) Fulton -jj Street, lis Brosdway, and Pennsylvania Annex Button, Brooklyn: station, Jersey City. Ths Nsw York Trnnsfsr Company will call for snd cheek batfgago from hotels and residences ttirough to destlnstlon. Telephone "1274 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsyl vania Railroad Cab Service. J. B. Ht'TCHINSON, J. R. WOOD. Oeneral Manager. General I'sssi" Agent. "AMERICA'S OBEATE8T UAlLIlOTuT1 NEW YORK CENTRAL. All through trains stop at Albany, Utlca. Byraenaa. Rochester and Buffalo. Trains leave Orand Central Station ss follows) 8 .Or, A. W. Dally, exoei.t Sun.lov. Famous .0J EMPIRE 8TATK KXPRESS LIMITED, Fastest train In til" world. Due Buffalo 4:48, Niagara Falls 6 IBS, Toronto 0:OO P. II., Datrolt 1 1 -In P. M. Limited to its seating capacity. 8.0a A.M.-ADIRONDACK'S, I, OOO ISLANDS AlTO mOO MONTREAL, azospt Sunday. 8.4 fT A. M. I -'ASTJIAIL. Daily- -For Buffalo, Nlag- TJ ara Falls and Cleveland. 9 .If I A. M.-SAKATOCiA AND MONTREAL SPB .TAJ cial, dally, except Sunday. 1 fl.'-tfl M. DAY FAPRKSS. exeept Sundays AU.JJ For Buffalo and all important Nsw York Slate points. 1.ift ' M.-SOfTriWESTERX LIMITED and OHI ,JJ CAOO SPECIAL. Dally For Columbus, Cin cinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Chicago, 3.Q1 k P. M. TROY AND SABATOOA SPEOXAX. tt' except Sunday For Trov and Saratoga. 5.fjfl P. MT LAKE SHORE LIMITED. Dally 34 vlvf hour train for Chlcauc. via Lake Shore. Dua Cleveland 1:15 A. M. Chicago 4 P. M. Sleeping and parlor cars onlv. fx-TMs p- M.-WErvTERN EXPRESS. Dailr-Fo, U-"J Niagara Falls, Toronto. Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and Chicago. 6 .Oft P. M. -NORTHERN EXPRESS. Dally oi s- Montreal and, except Haturday, for Ottawa. 7.Jil P. M.-ADIHONDACKS. 1, OOO ISLANDS AND 7XJ MONTREAL EXPRfMS. Dally vis Utloa. 8 .A fC P. M.-HUFFALO AND SOUTHWE8TEHM .tU SPECIAL. Doily-For Niagara Falls, Clsvs laiid. Cin.-lnuuli, lu.lianapolissnd St. Louis. 9" (Ml P- M. SPECIAL LIMITED MAIL. Dallv sW (Bleeping car only) For polnta on Fall Brook, via Lyons, and for Rochester snd Buffalo, 9.1K P. M.-PACUfU! EXPRESS. Daily Ff,Os- Av wcE.i. oWi'usburg, Csoo Viuc-nt, BiuJalo, Niagars Falls. Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago,' and. excel. t Saturdays, for Auburn road. 1 9.1 f MIOHT MIDN1HHT EXPRESS FOB OHI A . 1 J CAOO. Every night except Bandsy night. Suuday nisht Chicago sleci.ers leave at 0:15. II Alll.KJI DIVIMIIN. , 0:16 A. M. and 8:27 P. M. Dally, except Sunday, to . Piltsfl.-ld. Sundays only at ti-211 A. M. Wagner Palace Cars on all through traina. Trains Illuminated with Plntsrh light. Ticket offices at 118. 2ilt, 413 and 043 Broadway, 81 Ea.t KtllKt., 235 Columbus av., 61 West 13fith St., Orand Central .Station. 12".th St. Station und 188th St. Station, New York: 838 and 726 Fulton st. sad lot! Broadway, E. D., Brooklyn. Toh phone "27i.n Thirty-eighth street" for Nsw York Central Cab service. Baggsge checked from hotel or residence by Wcetcott Express Company. OEUROI-: H. DANIEIJi. General Paasengor Agsnt, Lehigh Valley System. Stations foot of West 33d St. (Penn. R. it.), Cortland. or DeshrOhHes St. Indicates time from West 28d St. Other furores show time from Cortlun.lt or Dssbrossss St. Ol 10, OiJJO A. M. dally (Sunday .0:45, 7 A. M.) fof EASTON slid Intermediate stations. "7:.r.ll. 8:20 A. M. dally for WILKE8BABRB. BCRANTON. ITHACA, UENEVA. ROcSESTKB, BUF FALO, NIai.a HA FALLS and the West and prlncJpsvi loi-sl points: .lfniiux cur and chair car to Buffalo. l 1:50, r.'ioo noon dally, except Sunday. "BLACK DIAMOND KXPRKSS." Arrives Buffalo .;r..r, P.M. Pullman Vestibule Day Couches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Servloo. Meals a la it. ii.-. Connc-tM at Buffalo with through sleepers to Detroit and Chicago. I2:M), 1:(MI P. M. daily for EASTON, MAUOH CHINK. WILKESBARRE, BCRANTON. and coal brail. -lies, Chuir car to Esston. :i:.-.o. 1:111 P. M.. dally, except Sunday, for WII.KhSlIAllHl:. P1TTSTIJN. SCRANTON, and prin cipal iiiT.t-i-j. iii.it.i stations. Ciiiiii.i-t. for all -polnta ln coal regions. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for WIlkeshaiTe. 4:0O, 5:'40 P. M. dally, except Sunday, for EAaV TON and iiilcrinediato stations. 4-..-.0. AtlS P. M. Sundsys only, for MADOH CiirNlv and interuie.liato stations. r,:.'.ll. OiIO P. M. dally, except Sunday . for EAS TON and principal intermediate stations. 0:50, 7:00 P.M. daily for BUFFALO, NIAQABA FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleeper vas tibule train N. Y to Chicago. Sleepers to Buffalo aud Toronto, liming Car New York to Easton. 7i40, 8:(M) P. M. daily, except Sunday. atopntnaT onlv si SOI'TH I'LAINITEI.D. EASTON, BETHL1S HKM.MAI I'll CHINK. SAYRI', OENEVA. RO0HES TKR. HATAYIA, Ill'l l-'A l.i i and TORONTO. PliUaian sleeper for Bunalo. None but sleeping-car pssssn gers carried. No baggsge carried. 8:X0, SilHt P. M. daily for V. ll.KESBARRE, ITB ACA, UENEVA. ROcnESTEH, lll'FFALO. NIAOAAU F VI.I.S. and all points West. Pullman slsepar S Chicago. Additional local trains dally, exesut Sunday, for SOUTH PLAINFIF.l.D. BOUND BROOK, sndlntor mediate points, leave aa follows: .10:20, lOOv, 10:20, 1(1:80 (Sundays only) A. M., 3:20, liso, :i..'.ii. 4:11), 6:60 aud il 110 P. M. Tickets and Pullman a.-o. on uiodatlona at 118. X61. 370, 355, U4 and 1823 Broadway, 31 East 14ihst 166 E. 126th St., 127 Bowery, N.Y.i 860 Fulton si., 4. Court St., us B'way, and Brooklyn Annex. Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer Co. will call for and check b.gssigs from hotel or resilience through to destination. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA- WJtST KKN 11. It. Millions ln New York, foot of llaralay and ' Chrlstojiher streets. VESTIBULE TKAINN, l'1'I.I.MAN BDITR CAIls, l'IM'St H I. II. MI. 8:00 A.M. . llingliaiii ton Mail. Btopa al principal stations. IOiOO A. !. (Cafs Csr) Buffalo. Bcrantoa, Btn li. in. ton. iiwego, Ithaca. Elmira, Utlca. Syraoua. and Oswego Express. Pullman luiflet i.arlor oars. Connoting at Buffalo with trains for Chicago and points W.-st. 1:ihi I'. SI.--. Daily i Chicago and Buffalo vsstlbulsd t-xur. a. for Hcrsnton, llinghamtou and Elmira, ate. Pullman bullet parlor cars to Elmira. Through si. epiiig 1-..I" and .l.i. coucli to Chicago, arriving al 4:16 P. M. li'Xtdsv. 4:1X1 I'. M. H. ranton, Wllkesbarre and FlyalaUth Exi.r.-as. Piilliusu butf.'t parlor cars. 7:Hi l. M.-h Dally ) -Chicago Vestilmls Uailtsd Express for hrrunloti, liinghan.P.u, Elmira, Buf falo. Through buffet sl.ii.lug car Nuw York to Chicago. I lining car w.-st of Buffalo. Hoin 1'. i. I...I. liiithilo Express. Pullmaa sleepers lor Scrsnh.n. lllnghaiup.u, Elmira. Bath, Mt. Morris and Buflulo, arriving Buffalo 8 A. M. U:.i !' l. Iii.il.-. . l-.i!u'..., s. ia n ton, ilnigjj. ni ton, Oaifn, Ithaca, Kii.ilia, Syracuse, ltlcufleid Rpimg., and Oswego Express. Pullman buff.. Sl..-Crrs. . w Ticket, und Pullman accommodations st Hsnry il:.- k Son-. T.I.I . 113 Broadway. 14 1'srk plana. ll and IU2 lioisdw..). Ti,...-is at Ferry stations, 111 4ili av , cor. 121b; St., ill West 136th st.. 388 Oolsm bus av.. Ntw Yoik, 388 aud 72.i Fultun st. and 104) Broalw.iT.llrookl.ru. llmo tables giving full Infor walloliat all sLill'iu,. ,..,.. , t w.si. oil s i:pr. .. cuiuituy will call forandohsvok baggug.- fi un hotel or rc.rdenr.i to destination. NEW YORK, ONTARIO & WESTERN RY. Trains have foot of W. 42d Kt. as follows (16 tula-uti-s ei.rll.-i- from I'raukllii St.): 7- - A. M. Duy Fxpriss fur all stations. Ooa - )t ) hi ,-tii.ns i. i l.uku. Mohoiik aud illuu.ws.ka and Ellcuvllle. Psrlor cars k I ", A. M. -Mouutalii Express to Liberty sod .7.1.1 int. ini.-.l ..i- eis'.ioui.. lke Klamssha. Whits Ijikxand Kll.-nvill.-. parlor cars. 1.1 11 1 '' t. Sutanlays only siaiions to Bock .Wl t Und. lake Hi:. no .lis. White Lako and EUeu vlll.'. P.rlorcars. '-i. I fi r. M. -Vestibule Limit. .1. Stations to Rock- O. 1 ) land. I ..l. - o, ..ut ,n .M i.iowiiska. Kll.,11- viu ijk I-..1.... .l.n. .iii.i viii.i.- Laks. Parlor cars. Si. 1 :', l. Fr.inii.1. ri . . 1.1 I" M., I'.. Chicago l).Il oj. i) i. stops st Mm II. town. liberty, I.. Uiu.ii, Walton, N..rwi. h. )u da, oswego, Niagara Falls. Wagn.-i si.-.-H-r and 11.. IniiiisT Chair Cat l.e its freei tl. rough t" Chicago vis W..l-ash. 'I ICKI-.TS AND rAllUIR CAR SKATB AT aTTa i.lii.Uv..j. NY. M. V. Traiusfsr Cu. olisskt kssy gaaa txnm rsaidwic. to (.sislBSllnni! I - .