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1 THij StfN, FRftiAY, .NtiVfiMSEft 25, 1898.
I jl SAMPAN THANKSGIVING, " j rtiK noun! aAa. rrf1 of " Rn1 "' W Feet on Ltvnrt for the Bird ! th th. Qnttrn r,mlcinopiofthIlln(l etrmVrR etables nrt Frulta-The Only Stlncei Pie. To tU tlie tr let troth tlierts was no reason f f) i crtc!rfojiriTlnclhnnkas no reason fur- v thr "3 th fcl t,mt lho ,Mt Tnurs1y I" C,,nmtr alt y MmB to ontall a dutr on all ImtrlcM". -her-rer thar maybe. ThaMdo.tr jit" ' dinner which has a turkey for Its antral the""' Nothing could be-lei seasonable In Samoa. Th end of the month of November Is practical I. the beginning of the bad season. The trade wlrd ha stopped Mowln by day, and that mdict that the days haTe all the heat and .laconifort of torrid summer In the tropics. Tnittad ' " C00' ca'm "' tn8 "T(1Rln-'8 p ths. food season of tho year there r Sttul v-lndi at nleht. hot winds. ulni!' that bluster and seek out every crevice br which they may enter anil ,low out lamps. Then It rains. It rains In Hidden torrents of hot water, rains on Iron rooti with such a racket thnt not even by shout Inc can one communicate with another. Much tpuce might be used up In presenting: the de tills wherein the latter end of a S&moau Xo ,(mber differs from that New Encland type of th fame month out of whloh rew the Idea of Thsokscivinir dinner. Still tho attempt was irorth making, no matter what obstacles were trred by the ellmato and other features. The central themo of Thanksgiving. Is tho lurVey But It Is difficult to Bet a turkey In jlpla There wre just two on the beach, thin bird', worn out by an uncoaslnc strugglo icalnst a climate which waB not made for tur keys They worn not for sale. The man who cvned them was encased Id a scientific effort to accllmatlre thorn. By Incessant care and unremitting vlcilance to drive the two birds undercover on the approach of every shower he had succeeded In keeping them alive for literal months. It was, aftor all, just as woll to leave them whoro they wore. They had flten all their tlmo to bccomlnci'acclimated; they did not look aa though thoy were fit ma terial for any sort of thanksgiving, and science hid not been able to put any flesh on their gaunt skeletons. This experimenter in turkeya suerested that If turkeys were wantod the only thine to do Vf a to send to N'ew Zealand for them, and that several should be ordered at onco, for they did cot stand the five days' ocenn voyage very well. Three turkojs were therefore ordered shipped In tood order. The order went down to Auck Jind by the mail steamer colnc south in lbs early rart of October, and the birds were to be delivered nvo weeks later by the time vessel on her return trip. That is tho very quickest despatch one can have when ono tuddeulr runs short of some article which Ib not to be had in Apia. As most things are not tobe had In Apia, it tends to cultivate patience, cut as a m jral ornament but as a necessity. In five weeks, less one day. tho turkovcon 1 signment wnsdellveicil. One had died on the voyage. one was dying and tho third was in a bid war Thoro yet Intervened two weoks be fore tlm only Thursday on which Thanksgiv ing could lawfully ho celebrated. It was a problem uhothor it would bo possible to keep the third turkey alive for tho eventful day. The leather developed Its worst phases for the remaining bird. It rained eery night. 1 hat meant that it was of vital Importance to ki'i'ptheturkey undor eoxer until the sun had h'nl a chance lo dry the wet grass. Then it sliovceretil onto or twieo overy lay. regular H iinoati showers, when tho bottom drops out of rlie clouds for un hour or so at n tlmo. That meant that tluMurkcr had to ho chased toeove r befor its fnuthem got wet. Then tho bird wouldn't ear. Finally a man suggested crated eoeoanut. Ho had nver tried It with turkejs. but tin had known it to be used witli irip.it n. sinless in fattening pigs, mnl lie didn't se why m li wouldn't woik as well with n ttirknv. ( The coeoanut diet soi-niPil to start off 'Si. j with itmiiio. Tim turkey atu eoeoa- Uf I nut- all ilm : it kept out- hov hard at m I woik gr.iting rui-o.-tiiiit meat for his olinrge: J at loiifl tho boy's iim unit vvni that he was I -orkinc stendll). and ivilinpu liu was. it meatip-l by Suinouu standards ofhaidwork. M vinm tlif turkey was not Bolilillug grated and cbmptdcocoaniit from :i bowl It was wretlinc hilfaToung nur all ncr the compound in its cndcanirs tn get out tho di'licate anil blnne- rnanciMko Dim of nn-at Hut no matter liow mu.hthe turkey at" there was no result mnde. niinlfe-t in auv improvement of its health or IneiM-e of woiglit Day after day th tilnl conri-d Ithelf. dally it grew feebler and le's fitted to I'opewitli tho perils of a tropical eli- maleorto rentier a Fatlsfactory necount of tho chW end of turkey. The experimenter In tur M keys was pympathetic. but lio hailnonmrosug- g'fitloris to innki than to t-ay touixo tho bird aUtheiMCoautit it would eat and not to let it ct its feet wet. Hut tho turkey did got Its feet wet. The , verv d ly heloi.- Thanksgiving a f.ulilon shower Mfltcd the scene with a tiemendous display of atmiv-plicru In motion. In tin' turbulence of thi-cfliuing storm the turkey dodged all elToitu toruMi it imdei cover. When the brief tem- Ft was pai-sed tlie binl was dlseoered'lii tho treacherous shelter of a dripping tree. Its , r.uaiace drenched. Its feet undeniably wet. AS Thedisisterwas too great for remedy. Every J&i anthnrt hml made positivo assertions that JL jet feel turned out fatally for turkovs In n hjmoa It proved to be the truth. No amount U ntdping in lior cloths vvns of the least effect; the bird died the day before the feast. Then. -' vvncri the last hope waB snapped, it was easy to Wi sree with the cnminunt of tho sagacious Might or when he said: HtlMttuikey had llvod you might have ac iima'ed liltu. but sou never could havo eaten hlni i wns too thin." There Is on very wise and fortunate dispen sation or I'ro ideiipu In llioso Islands, wheto in lueroaln rrovldonee does not nppearto luivo h-en inii-li occupied When slinking down on p.imoa an ts disadvantages ono ndvautiigo sllpr'd in That is the pig or tho Islands. Tl.o ru u a nuisance at times. Human Ingenuity in?)fft"i",a.,"r thopniblem of keopliig him ?'''"' Iwlosfil iiromlses. Thoro Is no wall or jence which he cannot oveiloap. There is no "ago which 1m cannot worm u wav through iLi i1""""' . Them has jet been devised no irlditirnwliieli does not Invito tho Island ' ',1 " k. Ills hide with Its points. ii L J feature of ilinadvantiiee apart. '' h,Dlr," I'lB Is a boon mid i hlessiug ihe!li " on.' iB .hungry and tired of lin, "?'",, "'1'1" of things in tin cans, then i...'?. " !"!" sudden demand arisen lo tax JOT,Vl.''ar'l kl f'ls. When in doubt, as i j.ni'W "ties s,ny of trumps, kill a pig. The ,. ...JJiiS J" '; (,",,n nnlmal. It is entirely a. I nniiahl ,"'".r n,,d for ll'o most part it lives th. ."""j sueh a dint is mado manifest in MrJ.lnlb.?ndB',aro ribs, which are far difrni rr.tVT.'il """ creasy meat called pork in more ryi0"7.',,omraunltles. It seems a mockery theiM J11"'. ,,,e tal? of a ThanksBlvIng when fin. m.?wr'aPt ""'ey got wet feet mid died. im,?r. ,mn'lfest rapturous enthusiasm over ec-paiii!-(c,i pork of the Islands, yet It is dim th. .n,n,,, ,'.ll!,t se"n " timely viand for martiW"1 ,.9l w,n turkev cannot bo Si. JriiL(";'' "" f'?( ,lr'. Prk ,nuf Jo- I'ork rit f" W.'"'" coked ufturtho iiatlvoHamoati t , VIS." 'VerT Tllft Islanders themselves eat rwiRt i Prv rRr''' J"tthii method or cooking Iwmn.n 'T' "'"! wl,,en carried on longer tlian 2k?!,"i 0.ok', .thl!lk I'roper. The method of ,i?uI!(- Jo hako In an earth oven or heated inn ii ,,lr",''d nig. wrapped In a tight cov ain k ,'"("'' 111 on alied of hot stones. S,f rocks are heaped about, and over It itSVll' I rals?d of 4" nd htod earth. All riiii, l r, i""lnce: time and the hot rocks cfh,J1T 'he meiit to perfection in the course SJ'MWs to Imve turkey on that last Thurs 'I'D, .November there would have been ari.i-B.'' hicomplnteness nrislng from tlie fiJ ?,, I ' el'0'ppanlinents proper to tho oc ManVL',bl" "'"I uiore Inaccessible. Thoro's aner.7Frf,a'""ei'',C " Instance. Tliein aro K'rm"' In N'ew Zealand. If they vvere eiaS i",od at a" " murt be from Han Fran mmih. .n i'10 "bsence of turkey made it Kd i,. " ''"'nk away from traditions tteJ. LJnal" .,.n,,, most of local oondl toSJ ?, Ilf"slblltles. Tor table deoora Tender1'?' ,wus " wealth of vegetation. ct tn; ,r,on,dH of fern supplied grace J fiehtuT: 1lll,''r,. ees of wll"! Singer nw'h1 ..rus V1 Inhaled a rich and spicy odor Tre i?,a rml ho .heavy scent of the waxy Irani,r,n.?"i' "L th? -reamy whorls of the clJJ'r'"!-with a drop or gold at the centre o1ileJ,,onJ' ,,nl ' the greenish threads brlifii?.TV,s'' the y'aoB-y anjr. Whatoould monv - iIur"?n ,,lr'1' ' turkei.lutohar fesfiv ini',1' """ ', tM decoration It is l"K?ttHW?'.lL,hM the attompt lulled, for 1 ' iSsHtenJ.y1 hsv" ,neant only "' "'"" lorVir 'J'ei'al. ur" ' u,e turkey there was no Thanf.?.! ,rH to. B,rmit tha Imitation of enVrTnfiVnc, metliods and appearances In ' that .ort nii" '"'a'? which Is not intended for b' lL',nh,,DB '"' there whs eating none wav m. i . ' '"', Teclnl character of the day 1 '5 irte'1''?1.,''" the dinner hrtne care- ' a'inn. i".n ' " the ",1 CBri- "'"I011 ,l10 . tii'.un 1?"10,H"ho'is'keeplug. Excepting for Mi lum. 1121. llB ''eglnninc. nililoh came from Ti and r, ?eri'"n "cn.tro ' the pacKlng Industry, thi r on? "t,,Br article at the end I ! ,7i, mai- Prry article of food was M Uan?d . sro'h and fresh, After the JS. 81 .V"r raB! ,nf,h freshly drawn from V "la.oon before ids house, baked mullet u Eavory any fish known to epicures, psnflih rllllant In color oven nfter the cooklns or grotesaue In shano. The salad was a riayon nalse.of prawns or craytlsh with avoeato pear and yoiuiR leaves of taro, nnd It is worth a trip to the Islands just for that one salad. Thnjolut was the baked fits which lias already boeu men tioned, and it was possible to preserve alt thu unities, for the red-cheeked Halaynpplomakca a good aubstltuto tor the bskcil apple, which Is serred In the jaws of the hour's head. Of tho vegetables thoro were niany that were new to foreign palates, and obtainable, only In their Island homo! evon those which wero more familiar were disguised br unfamiliar meth ods of cooklug. Of this oort was the cucumber ser fed as adnllolous vegetable boiled In oresm. Thoro was the bread-fruit, which has nothing to suggest bread In any way, but will be found tho most satisfactory of all tho Island vegetables. There wore mirple-moltled rootaottaro baited In the coals: thero wore yams baked hard In largo pieces; 'hero wore taro tops which when young are tinre tasty than boiled spinach. The yellow fruit of the mummy-apple servos not only as a fruit, but may also be truated like squash or pumpkin. The samo Is true of the banana : It Is not only fruit but also a vegotablo '.which may be cooked In a score of ways, Thon for fruits there Is an amnio supply, but for one which would bo rocognlrod on a real Thanksgiving table thorn are scores of strangers. Aftor one mentions tho oranco nnd the banana and the pineapple the rest Is an unknown country. One other thing Ic tin-can storngo has been hlutod at. It ended tho dinner, and was a last expiring American effort, at Keeping Thanks- flying. By somo accident, of commerce a stray In or preserved mincemeat had been mixed up In a oase of other goods consigned to a trader on the beach, Thoro wns only a single tin, and it was not a large onc.yct It was Thanksgiving. It had tho great advantage that It did not call for such Incessant vigilance as the turkey, which in tho end had provod the vanity of trying to keep tho dav at all. Vet It would be heartrend ingto recount the dlfDcnHles that stood in the fiath botween the raw material of that tin and he finished pie product. The beach was ran -saoked for tin pie plates, and It was only by accident that any were found In such a com munity, where pie Is unfamiliar. There were dlro difficulties with baking powder In a soggy climate, and with flonr which shows a tendency to llnuof y Into paste on contact with the atmos phere, and shortening became a problem In a normal lemporature which keeps butter In tha form of a thin and unwholesome-looking fluid. But tn spito of such dllflculties tho plo was finally constructed and was duly admired at tho dinner. roitxiatr sr.i rkkts. Frorlt-Tnlilng by London Stock Exchange Ilulls-nnnk HtntcnicnU. Brokers who wished to know tho course of tho London stock market yosterday arranged to have Its cabled quotations forwarded to them at their homes and did not so to Wall street. Tho London advices stated that tho market had been without special feature, ex cepting for tho strength of Grand Trunk anil Canadian Paolflo, due to tho termination of the rate war between the two companies. Theso securities closed below the best prices, bocauso of sales toroalhro profits. Tho some cause af fected American railway shares In general, although Heading. Erlo and Atchison wero all strong. Tho Union and Central Paciflo and Norfolk and Western wnro dull. British consols showed an Improvement. English railway shares vvere mostly higher. Argentina and Spanish securities also ad vanced. Spanish 4 cent, bonds closed htrong at -fiH. Italian securities receded on realizing sales. Bar silv er was dull at 'XI 1-lHd. an ounco. Bar gold was 77s. 10d.: American eagles. 7Hs. 5ld. Money wns 'i!3'li cent., and tho rates of discount in the open marker, for both short and threo months' bills were D?;ffl3!.' cent. ,,.,. The Bank of Englnnd's rate of discount was unchangod at 4 cent. Tho amount of bul lion withdrawn from tho bank on balance was 42'XH). Following is the weekly statement of the Bunk of England: Totslre.srve. lnrresm JtRlB.ooo Circulation, (terrene 'jsl.oen ltllllleu. incree CS7.030 Otlirr-eenritlea. duresse I. wo Other ilepusib. Increase Sji'.ooi Vul.1l dejjo-lts, Increa.o 040.000 Nuteu lesrrve, lncres.e 78P.OOO Government eemrittis, in-rcase . . 12H.000 The proportion of the Brink of England's re serve to liability, which last week wns IW 00. Is now 54.110 V cent The following table show- yesterday s closing prices on the London Exoliangoand the Now York equivalents, compared with the closing mlceson the local anil London exchanges on Wednesdas : ...... iiVi.'i l"t rfni' .v. r. irej.-i I J timi'iti fjinttm fjutra- .V. 1 I t'loltva. l'lntifl, hntl. Ctoung, Com.il", ruoucj-. li7 Hi linn-m JU-oK i.-mlllt li'iii MO.' i vtehi.on . JT I7( lll IMi (Uuadln raiiflc. . mi ST9 ss HX I Knr ... . HH UMi 1 1 Krfepref . . R7t as S7' 3ill( lUinoi. Cei'tril . ..UuK Jir.H 112 113 Louisville and Xali.3K eafi HIM 'livr New York Cectral VSiH 125H UH 11BM North. P.iclrlc pref . 7V4 7J 7"t 7M i PeuneyUaula. . flllf AtH II S 110J4 IteadiDi: . . SK 'j 1HV 17M 1 Rt.raul. lliUi luvj llj M8K L'ldonPacttli-prtf.. .0U 70!t OHii OSH I Cable despatches reported tho Paris stock market quiet. Three V cent, rentes were Ill'J francs U7! centimes for the account. Spanish 4 t cent, bonds closed at 4'J. 37j. T-'xchii nge on Londou was '25 francs 31 lJ cen times for checks. The weeklystatementof the Bank or Trance showed the tollowlng ohanges as compared with tho previous account: Franu. Notes In rirruUtlon. decrease 37,S"0.000 Trtatirv notes current. inreae.. . 2,3n,non Onlii In band, increase. . .. l,4S3.onn Bdla diacuiinted, decrc.df . ... .12.725,000 Bilverin hnnd. increase . . 72o.00( Berlin exchange on London was 20 marks 4.rih pfonnigs for chocks. The Austro-Hun-garian Bank has raised Its discount rate from 4Ji to ii cent. Gold was quoted at Buenos AvresatlU:.(Kl:at Madrid. 41.00; at Lisbon. I 47.00: at Koine. 100.40. In tho Liverpool commercial markets spot cotton was reported In fair demand at un changed prices. American middling being quoted at ft fl-ftlM Hpot sales wero estimated nt 1'J.OOO bales, of whloh 10,:tOO wore Ameri can. Contracts for futuro delivery opened quiet, with the demand moderate, and closed steady Root wheat in Liverpool was quoted: No. 1 California. Os. Kld.rSXJs. 10i,'d j No. 1 red Northern spring. (Irm.fls. :iid. : No. '1 red Western winter, dull. !s. Spot corn was firm, with American mixed. 3s. HMd. Olasgow advices reported tho market for pig iron ex cited, with prices weak. rfinnnrinl. TO THE HOLDERS OP Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Company 1 Consolidated Mortgage and Sinking Fund Bonds DUE JULY 1, 1900. Wa will receive UNTIL DKCKMBER 31, 1898, .Honda of th a bore issue, at their Tain a on December 1, 1898. calculated to maturity OX A 3 I'Ell CKKT. HAHIS, and will deliver In aichangs therefor Lake fill ore K. Michigan Southern Railway Company :4 percent, (lold Bonds due 1UI7, at ths price of 103 I'KIl OKNT. ANI ACCRUKD IN TKIIKST. The exchange "ill be made aa of Decani bar 1.1BHS, and Wrculara giving particulara may be obtained at our offlre. SPEVER &CO., :;o IlllOAI) STHKKT. New Tnrk, November lt, ISUS. " "" IIANKINO UflUHK OF HA1MT&FREESE, S3 lin(AI)VVAV. KKW YOHK. Boston, " State at Philadelphia, 40:.' Walnut at. EiecuP orders In BTOCKrt, BONDS, (inIN. OdTTOK. PKOVISI0N8. Maririiia, a to a pri cent. Oommlaalon. 1-IH. ThW la aa opportune time, with active, acd advano. inif market vihich sfTitrd opportunltlea never befora eiitiulled In tha block Uaiket. to have ona of our 'too PAOE HKCUKIIV MANUALS" ulrlne correct tnformatlou In dttall or eaiulnua, dlvldeuda and pricea for the uait ten to thirty yean or all llailroaa and Industrial properties or tiila country and which will enable yen to make, purchaaea lnteUlrentlr anah pr60tably. It la acknowledged the authoritr by llanka aud Kichamira throughout the country and la the iuot autlatlrally reliable publication evarliaued by anr nankins llouae. ISSUED (I1IATIS AND MAILED FRFE. UKOX'II OFFICE. 113a IlltOADWAY, N. Y. lialijr Market Letter mailed free on requeil. Zifnineraann & Forshay, BANKERS, 0 AND 11 1VAI.I. STKHKT. Mrmbera New York Stork Klchana;e. Buy and Sell Stocks and Bonds for Cash or on Margin. AMERICAN AIR POWER UK ALT IN. Chas. C. Edey & Sons, WALL HTHKJCT. JflnntulnK Purchasers of Real Estate who dotlre n LOAN to completo their pur chaso oan SAVE WONET by njiplylna to TjTlE GUARANTEE Aim TRUST COMPANY. 140 Broadway, 175 KoniHen St., New York. nrooklyn. CAPITAL; . . . $2,500,000. SURPLUS, . . . $2,000,00(. Columbus, Sanilusky & Hocking R. R. REORGANIZATION. A majorltr of the ontatandinc drat mortcac or prior lien bonda and of tho general morla-a bondi havine been deposited under tha plan and asree roent of raonanlration, dated Mar 12, 1BS8, tha eald plan and aereement bava been declared opcr. atlte br the Iteorsaulmlon Oommlllee. In compliance with nnraerona reqtieita, tho ttma within which holdeia of all clavaaa of bonda and atock mardepoalt their aecurltlea under the plan hae been eitended to and Inoludlns December, 1888, after which data no aecnrlttea will be re ceived except upon auch terma aa mar b nta4 br the underalgned. Dated October 21, 18ns. By Order of Reorrjanlzatlon Commltteo. LOUIS FITZGERALD, Chnirmim. Smtfuris anil IQnhtts. DOUGLAS & JONES, MEMBERH JfrrtV TORlt STOCK KXCnANOE. 24 HIIOAD STREET. Stncka, Bond, nnd tiraln boncht, aold, nd carried on marRln. Information fnrnUhed an nil elauea of Inveetmrnt aecurlttri. Sallr Market Letter fnrnlalied on appli cation. Correspondence Sollolted. The notice of the publlo ia called to our ODD LOT DEPARTMENT, wheractlTaipeciiUtirfl accounts of 2V ibtvrei aud upward receive peoil ittpntlon. KOUNTZE BROTHERS, BANKERS, Broadway and Cedar Street, New York. Deposit nccounts received. Advances made upon railroad, municipal and other approved securities. Letters of Credit Issued. Cltrtiou? nutl prttiug?. TrifTAMEniCAN TOllACCO COMPANY. NF.WAKK, N. J., Nov. 10, IMS. Notice Is hereby ul en that upec.al mretinc of th HtockbolJers of The American Tobacco Company will be held at the principal otUce of the Company. in room 'o. 822 at No. 7i& II road street, Newark. Sew Jersey, on the 8th day f December, A. D. 18fl8, at twelve o'clock noon, for the purpose of runsider lne aud taklnz action upon tht qiiention of nelliuc the plur tobacco bitinf of The American Tobacon Company, and tli property, arrets, trademark. Rood will and rights pertaining to Hncn bttslnesn, to Con tlnental Tobacco CompAuy. at.d upon the question of amending the In-lawa of The American Tobacco Company by altering nect.uns 1 and J of Article XV. thereof so thataaid article oball read an folio wn: "Heutionl. Nodlrectoror otacer of this Company rball, dnriDC bis trm of office, encage directly or Indirectly in any business similar to that in wblch this Company b, oris to beeuipiced.or In the manu facture or sale of any supplies for or connected therewith, without the consent of two-third. of the Directors of tne Co in pan j . "Any violation of thi provision shall be treated by the Doaidof Directors, after notice to the offender, aa a racatlcn of lii oiuce, ami hU auccessm shall b thereupon dulv .ectcd. and the offender shall. In addition, be subject to a penalty of twenty dollars and to aifhdaniniref aa can i legally collucted." The transfer book of tb Company will be closed at three o'clock P. M. on Nnverater 18th, IPSA, and remain closed until December wth. lKUf. .IAME3 B. WKK President. J031AH BnOWTtK. Secretary. Hii(lt.ul and interest. I PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, 23 Broad si. New ork. Nor. Id, 18WH. The Board of Directors bare this day declared a semiannual dividend of one and one-half (1) per cent, on the capital stock of this company, parable on and alter Dec. l. 18U. at tho office of the Mercantile Truat Company, No, 120 Broadway, New York, to the stockholders of lecord at the eloMnc of the books. The transfer books will close at the office of the Union Trust Company, Vo. CO Broadway, New York, Wednesday, Not, 23. 1808, at three (3) o'cloek P. M and will reopen Friday, Dec. 2. IHUh, h tu to O'clock A.M. JOSEPH 1IELLEN. Treasurer. NOTICE TO nosonoLDERs. tJnrirr Mortsao by Canada Cona.llilatrd Gold Mlnlnc Company tn Hubert Itlcli nrdaon, Truater. dated llth April, IS83, aflectlnc Tart of Lot 10 In the 8th C'on r.aalon, Lot 10 In the Oth Conceaalon. Lot O in the 8th Conceaalon, anil Lot 3 In the 8tli Conceaalon of the Townahlp of Marmora In the County of Unatlng. In the Province of Ontario. KOTJCE IS HEKEB7 QITKN purauant lo the order of tbe Hitch Court of Juatico daud SU November. ltibv. that all ptmons er oorporationa haTlnir claltna niuattbe proceedu of the tale of ths eala landa miller tUe aald mortcaca by virtu, of bonds held by thm do aend to tb. underalffnad. tru.tro duly ap- lointed In placo and atead of aaid lllrhardaon. on or Kfora the l'Jth day of December. 18K8, a atatement In wrltlns of their namea and adnreaafa and full par ticulara of their claim, duly veiined and of ttia aecurltlra hold by them; and further that, upon Ida raid 12th day of December. 18P8, the raid Trustee Edffarwlll proceed to distribute the aaets of the truat eatata ratably amontr tho.e bondholders only of whose claims he shall have notlr. and the aald trustee will not be liable for the aald aieta or any part thereof to any person or corporation whom claim shall not have been recelred at the time of auch distribution. Dated at Toronto this 3d day of November, 198. OFORQE WILLIAM EDOAIl. TnHtes. nr DU VKIINET, JONES t WOODS, 10 Toronto street, Toronto, III. solicitors. Wnttten -fjtraalen. THE SUN Harlem Branch 110 v;VKST 12STII HTnKKT BTIFICIAfr rLOVVEnS.Wanted, workers and learners, also floe raee makers. F. BIASCUHi CO., 222-334 Uercerat. ft!mrttc Sttvnnts Wautttt. I It Your Hnrrant ' needs Instruction in th Art ot Ctokiag, Call her attention to this opportunity. This coupon entitles a well-recommended ser vant to one free lesson at MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, SS'iltli ar.. where all branches of cooklns ar taueht by Mr.. O. Lemoke. IIAMIlKRMAIDHTcooks. $20to IBoTfausidresses" waitresses, kltcheniufild, houaeworksrs, Frcm'b. German and KuicIImu lady's maids, uuraes. nursery SOTcrnesaea, 2U cooks wbu waah and iron, laun resees who do chaniberwork, butlera, second and third men, Sirs 1.. ttLELY, (18 West 33d st, Her rants' entrance, A&3 nth av, C'lOall'ETENT cook to do laundry work, ahirte, col ' lare and cuPs; cood wurs; lt referuures re quired. Mrs. L-bEKLV. 8.13 eth av. CV01IPETENT cook toiio to Oranue. N. .; waze. ' $20: must have references. Mrs. L. BKKI.V. 852 6th av. C'OOE to ajo to nresnwlcb. Conn.; wagea (40; must ' be competent and hue best referenoes. Mrs. L- HEKIA. 8S2 6th av. 1"?IRST-CLAHS coor to no-to Washlnuton, D. O.; waves 0 small family; beit references re quired. Mrs. L. BKKLY. as3 Hlh r, WASTED-Foraenersl housework. In apartment home, Brooklyn (family of -J), Knallili or Oer uian woman preferred, rood plain cook; must be a pood bread maker. Address, where and when m be seen, J box nil Bun office. TOantea 'iHiilrf JMrrlixniK, &c. X71R8T-CLASB HTAUPER wanted who underaUnda - all kinds of work, able to take charue; non-union preferred. Apply by letter to 0.. boa 17U Huti ofttce. WASTED Eiperlenced pressmani must under stand Hon machinery, quadruple, ajc i Ix'it of reference required from last employer Addrras, statins aalary cJie.'lnl fHKRSMAN.boi 18.1 Bun office. WANTED A Urat'Claas foreiaan to take obarse of alarae factorr where articles in sllteraod brass are manufactured, Addreta O, P.,Bo 188 Hun olBce. A WANTED a feeder at a pansr ruling machim. Apply at store, if Barclay at. AOESTfl wanted We want an Ajent In every town to secure anbscrlber to TnK LADIES' HOJIF, JOURNAL, lo look after renewals and dlstrlbut.ad vertisintt matter. W offer profitable employment for the winter, alo special rewards for good w6rk. 1 ,000 will lm Klren to the Arent sendlns the larttrtt list np to April ir.nextt 850(),othe next bt work er, and so on distributed tll.Soo amone r.oo best Aeents the dMuini season. tood pay la assured every Asrnt whether ha or ah aecnrss on of the ritis swsnls or not. THf. CUItTIS MlBI.lKlllNd COMPANV. I'hllnilelpliis. Fa. 4-ttt-o;infl'; Atlp female. AOIIADUATE XtlU'-E. rrlurnlng lo California, da slrrn to travel viltli a ltdy patient for expenses: Eond reference; stis-ser before Dec, 1. K M. l.oniKd, Bl. Luke's Hospital, city, l 'OVIPETKNT conk, (rood lires.d makrr; will U?J ' place In city or country; bt-st reference;. A. F, box BfO Snn uptown office. 13(15 Uroadway. "UiMl'KTSTihambeimald; wagea 20; wllllna V and olilUliiiri best references. U. !., box UK Bun nptown office. 13B8 Mroad.ay, 'CIOK. VVUllna to do waehlnc and Ironlnc In small v-' private family; best references, I), c , box 820 Bun uptown office, 13n Brnaolvray. COOK, wllUni 13 assist wlfh wssbine and irontnci bestiffenncrs. K, L., box 631 Bun uptown of tee, 13ilo Uniailway. "lOOKT-Thorouahlr competent; wages $20; best v references. 9. M box Sir, tjnn uptown offlce, 13Crilirosdwa. MKJII p!ai7ifamlly oookl understands making V I -ours, desserts; food pMlryi best references. M. T.. not r,m Hnn'iptovvn offlce. 12H8 Broadway. KITCUENM.UD. NeaCwilllnKana oblltrlns; best references, if. H box 8BA Bun uptowa office, 126S Broadway. L" AUNDRKSa. First qlas. In dolni up linens, laces, ahiits, collars, cuffs, lie.; best referenr.s. II. McO box Bin Bun nptown ofOcs, 1208 Broadway. LADY"B maid; Oennan; Eooii ssamatress, halr dreeser, paoker, (to.) best refftreueea. K. O,, box BID Sun uptown omoe, 1288 Broadway. SWKDISUcook; understands cooking thoroughly: exoelltnt references. C. 8., box Mw Bun uptown office, 1388 Proadwar. 'pnOROUGHLT oomiMtentwaltrossi wages 818 tn -I 820: best references. M. F., box B2U Hun nptown offlce, 1288 Uroadway. X7 AITR'EBS. ThoroUBbly competent; wagea 820; v V beat raferrnoes. L. Ii.. box B17 Bun uptown of flee. 1288 Broadway. YOUNO girl aa waitress and ohambermald: best references. D. M., box 68J Son nptown offlc., 12BB Broadway. 4:ir.8t-Ciaji.s tip gttaltp. Situations Wanted by Discharged Soldiers. EMPLOYMENT DKPARTSIENT OF SOLKIF.BB J'OMl'OllT COMM1TTET, 818 EAST inTH'HT..NKV XOilK. 1 baker, IU janitors or watchmen, I blacksmith, 14 1 shore it, 1 bol)ermak)r, 1 llnmil.t, 'J bookkeepers, : machlalata, 1 box maker, 1 painter, 1 catpantcr, 3 plnmbera, 27 clerks, II printers. 1 cinak.cutter, 8 aalesmeu, 8 collectors. 8 stablemen. 37 drlvor?, 1 stonecutter. 1 electrician, 1 telegraph operator, H firemen, 1 grlpman. Address EMPIMTMENT DEPARTMENT 801.U1EUU COMFORT COMMITTEE. 818 East lBlh st., New York. Telephone 1 AN ACTIVE. Intelligent young man would like a position aa shipping clerk, collector, porter, or any Kind of work around a factory or store: willing tn make hlmaelf generally useful: understands printing buslneu; satisfactory references; moderate salary. Address ANXIOUS, box 33 2 Bun office. jBtni jJtate ut 8lr 3ruoBlgB. pOR BLE. Three-story brick house, with stable J- In rear, 188 High street, Brooklyn. Inquire ou premises. WILLIAM FINNEY. jRrnl Came ox a!e ?lw iewty. 'PENAFLY, N. J. Handsome modem rotUge for 1 sale with grounds 100x120; city water: bslb; c mented cellar; price 82,800. VVEATHEItliY. 271 Broadway. I ( ACRES excellent truck land near nlcTtownVnd I yJ within easy reach of best markets for 8200, 81 u down, then S3 monthly until paid for: no Interest, taxes, mortgagee or Incidentals: excellent location for poultry terming: good soil, pure sir. delicious watef. healthy locality. Write or call for further in formation. II1SLEY, 8., 1.1 Chambers st. .flats and vpnrtmmta o t. APARTMENTS ! TO LET. ! 223 and 227 West 135th St.. O 7 and 8 rooms aud bath. Steam heated. Reuls, 840 to ro per month. J 269 West 136th St., J " rcomi nd bath, f t:am heated , hot water a and Kan rancrv Kent. $48 per month. J 273 West 138th St.. X A (I rooms and bath. Stin heated and hall o aenlce. Rents, 840 to $43.80 per month. 1 272 West I39th St., l rooms and bath. Steam heated and hall T j seriice. Rente, 840 to 843,80 per month. Y ; 267 Went 139th St.. X 7 rooms aud bath. Steam heated and hall X X service. Rents, 850 to $88 per month. A I ERASTUS "HAMILTON, 252 West 136th St. 0 Telephone 647 Harlem. - A.-A-A-R0SSM0RE and KEHMORE. ONLY TWO LKFT. Finest apartments on 7th av.. below 12Mh at., of this kind: one block from Central Park and main entrance by the beautiful drive, consisting of H lsr.e rooms snd bath, all light: private hall, steam beat, hot water supplied: open nickel-plated plumb ing, tiled batluooms. porcelain tubs, hardwood tr.m. gas ranges, extra serv ants' water closet, laundry and patent drying room in cellar or well or open air on the roof. Janltoi. 1821' 7th av,, or F. E. MAINHART. 241 West : aaa.the ELsyER Now ia your chance to encore elesant apartmenta in tha above houe, front int. on the beautiful MorniDK aide Ar. Park, con-lBtlntt of n and 7 room aud bath) a team hrat; hot water nuppltedj open plumb tux; hardwood irtm; hallboy Berricea: telephone connec tion. Inquire of janitor. A2 Mominealde av., or F. K. MAIKUAKT. 241 Went 12f,that. lm WiLLBfwOTdN, Southwest cor. 92d Sis and Madison Av. Now open for Inspection; adjoining fine private residences; view of Park; modern apartment., con sisting of 7 large rooms and bath; electrlo light: ele vator running to tiled roor; parquet floors; tiled bath rooms with ebon ere and all latest Improvements. jStlrn Boatd. APARTMENTS, bachelor apartmsnts, board, rooms; furnished, unfurnished: high-class only) everything inspected; have complete deaortptlonsj furnished anartments. 8H0 to 84.0O. MANUATTAH APARTMEMT OOMPA.NY. 1 183 Broadway. Knat Side. MADISON AY.. 87. Xewly renovated, bandaomely furnished large and small rooms; reasonable ratea; rsferrnces. transients: tsble board OOD ST.."a EAST.-Rooms. wilVboard. for fami- ' lies and gentlemen: table board; references, OCTU ST.. 118 EAST (near Madison Square). t- Handsome large and small rooms; delightful table board; reasonable. VstHil. A KTH ST.. 3J7 WEHT.-Uandsome, aunny alcov. iu aud suuar. room, with dressing room; hot and rold water, Urce clnaeU, hath; aelect bouse; superior table and service; references. 7"QTn ST. air! WEST. HandsomeTy furnished s O larre square room; privets bath; every spnolnt ment high class; private family, with few boarders. tltt aSoattt tooMtjB. 3)ER80NS wishing flrst-clsss accommodations, good table, Bedford dlstrtot. use handsomely furnished parlor; references. Boi 120 Sun office. efntnighttl glooms fi vprtmtntji togtt WesSIUe, 1 OTH ST., 1S8 WEST Irge handsome room for .i two gentlemen; private house; reasonable; refiience. I RTil BT.,"27 WESTi-Pleasslit rcom.'near&tbavT. Jo suitable for two; tiled baths; American family; rererencea. QOD ST.,'3 WEST. Elegantly furnished rooms, iiij with private bath, en suite or single, seeond and third floors, references. LELAND. Jurnluhri. Roowu Bo Ktt 5rooMn. HENRY ST.. 14, near Plerrepont st-Lvrgs and small rooms to rent; ronvenisnt to bridge and ferries; table board optional, references exchanged, IJINEAPPLlT HT 8.-Brooklyu" Uelgbta," near bridge; pleaaant rooms, with or without meals; references aratrtns. IF you want a patent quick, call or write to LAWYER, room 83. 66 Liberty at.. N. T. PATENTS for InvenUona procured promptly; low rates. BOEDER U SUI-SEN, 83 Nassau at.. M, Y, KeUbUsked lCM. '.. A - 7 . J, ., 6otQtB anil rho0li. Tot Itnyt A Young Men-City A Country. MADISON SCHOOL, (111 MAWHON AV., With tho 1st of Nov ember opens Its new department, tn wit, tho Electrical laboratory. Oours. two years; covers practical work snd theory thereof. A limited number of outsiders admitted. Sessions In labora tory nd lectures tn the afternoon, I'rlre $180 for I bslanceof Ihe school) esrL O. VON TA1IRK. llin. I MnalpnI. IIAlVO IKHTItlJOTIOlV. Careful, competent toscherj special attention lo beginners: terms reasonable. Aadrcea LENAJ'RDANO, 2IOKasUlth sL 70lOE?cnlllvrtni tTi lilghest perfection by finished ' pupil of th. matchless Marches! of Tarlsi mod erate terms. Address BINQIMI TEACHER, 280 West froth t or call 0 to 8, Schools for L-ngtifiRcs, .LANGUAGES. Tliei VKLASCO cKJlHHH, nmt l.lNdlllflTH' CLU1I ItOOMB. 28 RCIIEIlMERIIunN ST.-Phone l.llo A D'klyn. Spanlsl). tinrmun, Freincti, Oreelt. Latin, Arc. MontclnTr'lnstltutfi of "FornTgn Lnnglinges, 818 Orange road. New Jersey. Hoard and day aonol ars. At cast learn Portuguese and Spanish and do business from North to South Pole, Dnnrlnc Acmlrmlce, MISS PcG ABE'S Dssclnit School. 21 East 17th St., near D'way. Private and class lessons dally; beginners any time. SchooTs ok riiysicnl Culture. vTOODS' nsndball.noxine. GYMNASIUM, Training. Oaths, ha. 0 F.. UStti St. I Entrance. 88; monthly dues, 83, Jinuofodfij, (OrnnnjJ, &s. NE"4T YORK SUN OFFICK, NKvTArt-:, N. .?. ADVERTI8ER.S MAY LEAVE THEIR ORDERS AT 71)4 1IROAD ST.. NEWARK. WHEHF. TUK SAME CARE AND ATTENIION WILL BK SHOWN AS AT MAIN OFFICK THE SPECIAL 8ALE OF SLIGHTLY USED AND SECOND-HAND PIANOS CONTINUES AT WEBER WARERQOMS, r.TH AV. AND IflTII ST. Among the pianos oflered In ihla aale are the WEBER. STEINWAY. WUEEI.OCK. CUIOEEBINO, SOUMER. ER IN101I h UAUII. KRAKAUKR. DECKER BROS.. COLBY, ATERMKO. HAINES BROS., and others which have been received in exchange for sew WEBER3. INSPECTION INVITED. Particulars by mall on application. WEBER WARERQOMS. lXTRAOuDlNAItY SALE OP BRADBURY PIANOS and other renowned make prior to removal to tha new bHADBURYUUlLUlKa. Comm-nclucnow aud extending until our removal on Feb. l.we offer our entire Atock of new and uied planus at rerr liberal rrdl'ct.ona from the uaual rkes. Forthoie who are in atrarch of exceptional bar (talua In pUnoa it would be wlao to call at once, aa uoLhlna? will be ronervcrt In thla sale. r,G.S3IITUtMfr.fHI',nj,TUAVK., 17TUST. STECK PIANOS. Warerooms 11 KAsT 14TJI ST. Full assortment of these reliable Instrumante. Also a numberof second-band gi snd and upright and a lot of aqua re pUnoa nfvarioua makes sud st all prices, for sale on easy terms It required. Some slightly used pianos at great bargains. VIANOSJTO UKNT. BARGAINS. New upright pianos. 8136; Hobmer, Stelnways; sscrluce. WINTEltltOTU 101 Esst 14th St.. and lK&lliav. BA1IOAINS. Uprlghtpfano, 876: Chickerlug grand. 8 1 60; squares, ?30 up; east payment. CHJtlS'MAN. 1 Eat lth St. "VKW ITRIOins " -.8360 " 77oOmo. 1' Slightly need ..8180 JHtHlmo. Rents low; large variety from which to aelect. OOltDON'H. 18UFifth av.. bet. 30th anil 3Iatjits. OPEN evenings. Reliable Connor Pianos; high grade; medium prices; easy terms; renting; ex changing. 4 Esst 43d. IAI1GE sMortuiriit.MJghtfriWrt.JHOtoSIl!.'.: renL -8; small Installments. Ouv rler Bros.. 1 a E. 1 4thaL glUUiiuni ixnA grfssmahing. nvURS. Unusual oppcitunlty to secure sealskin -k and sable at lowest prices. Furs dyed, repstred, exchanged. Hl'Il-oS" RAY FtlR CO.. 68 West 43d st. SKAT, sai-uuos and i-apes altered Into fashionable garments st lowest prices. UXRKKU'S. Ill West 80th at. fublic 2Jo. IJOST OFFICE NOTICE. IShould be read DULY by all Interested, as changes may occur st any time.; Foielgn malls for the week ending Nov. 3H. 189R, will cloeo (PROMPTLY In all . uses) st tlie General Post Ottioe as follow . PARCELS POST MAILS close one hour eurller then closing time shown below. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. SAIURDAY.-At 7 A .M. for FRANCE. SWITZER LAND, ITALY. Hl'AIN. PORTl'OAL. TURKEl". riYPTsud UMITIMU JNDIA. per ttcamshlp La Normuudle, via Havre ilettors for othtrparts of r-urcpe must be directed " per I Normandle"!; at H A. 31. for NETHKRHNDS direct, per steam ship Spsarndsm, vis Roiterdam il'tters must be directed "per Spaarndam"i; at I) A. M. for ITALY, per steatnvblp Aller, via Naplea ilettera must be directed " per Aller" : st lo a. M. (sup plementary 1 1 :B0 A M.) for EUROPE, per steam ship Lucaula, via Quesnatown. PRINTED MATTER, Ac flerman ateamers sailing on TuexlajB take printed matter. Ac, for Ger man? . and specially addressed printed matter. Ac. for other paita of Europe. American and Whltt Star steumeis on Weflnesdsys, (lermau ateamei-Hou Thursdays, und Cuimrd. French and (lerinan steamers on Ssturdaa take printed matter, Ac. for all countrlea for which 1'ieyare advertised to carry mull. After tbo closing of the Supplementary Trans atlantic Malls named abovo. additional aupplemen tary malls are opened on the piers of the American. English. Vrfnch and Uertnau steamers, snd remsln open unt41 ftlthln Ten.Minutesnt the hour of sailing of steamer. MAILS FOR SOUTn AND CENTRAL AMERICA. WEST INDIES, AC FRIDAY. Alio .. M. (supplementary 10:80 A.M.) for AUX OAYKS, JACMEL aud bANTA MARTHA. persteamshiIlolstciu;ui 10 A.M. for DIUZIL, per steamsljl, Tsorinlna. via Pern imbuco (letters for North Brail must be directed per Taor minaisatl P. M. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES dl- , roct, per stesmship Ivyilene: atl P. M. (supple mentary 1:80 P.' M.) for NASSAU. N. P.. and SANTIAOO HE Ct'UA, ;er ateanishtp Santiago; I st 3 P. M. for .1AAIAICA. per steamahlp Ardan- I dhUi st 8 P. M. for INAOIH jnd CAPE ORACIAL. per ateamshlp Jason ilettera for Belize, Puerto f Cortex and tlnaterosla must be dlrocled per i ISSI.II'. 1 SATURDAY. t 10 A. M (mppleiiientary 10 30 A. M.) fur FOKTLNK HLANI). JAMAICA. SAVA MLLA. CAHTilAHKNA and OREYIOWN. per I steamship Altai (letters for Costa Rica must be i directed"perAltsi"i: at 10 A.M. (supplementary Itv.l'iA. M.lforPORTAUPIIlNCKand JF.UF.Mir',. per steamvhip Alps, at ID 80 A. M. for CAM t'KCIIE. ClilAVAS. TABASCO and YUCATAN, persteauisbtp Segiirsnia ilettera for other parts of3texico and for Cuba must be directed "per Heguranca"): at 10:8o A. M. for CIENKUEOOi. per steamship Karthago (letter, for Tampion must be directed "per Kartliago"; at 11 V. M. for ST. KITTH. MARTINIQUE. OUADFXOUPK and DEMKRARA. per ateamshlp Uller; at 1 P. M. for NORTH BRAZIL, via Para, Maranham and Ueara. per steamship Horatio; at 8 P. M. for INMtiTA, CAPE HAITI. PORT DE l'AIX. OO NAIVES nnd ST MARC, per ateamshlp Alfred Dumols at 8:80 l. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamer from North ttydnev; at 8:30 P. M. for HT. 1'IERRE-MIQUELON, per steamer trom North Sydney. Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and tbencnbv eteamei. close at this ottca dally at H;HO P. M. Malls for Mlnuelon. br rail to Boston and thence by steamer, close at tiila otuoo dally at 8:80 P. M. Malls for Cuba close at thla offlci dallv at 7 A. M., for forwarding by steameTs eail liu Mnndsys and Thuisdays from Port Tampa, Fla. Malls for Mexlrot'ity. oveiland, unless spe rlslly addressed for despstcli by steamer, close at this ofllce dall; at 3:8n A. M. and 3.80 P, M. Registered tnl'l closes st 8.00 P. SI. previous dsy. TRANSPACIFIC SI MLS. Uaila for China end Japan, per steamship Glenogln ifnmTs.-oma, i'Iosi here clallv up to Nov. 1:8 at 8:30 I1 M. Malls fur China, Japan and Hawsli, perstesmshlp&tyof Peking (from Ben Francis, nil, close here dally up to Dec Uat8:.inp. M, Mills fur the Sof.rty Islands per ship Galileo (from San Franclsioi, close here daily np ti Nov 34 at tl:80 P. M. Malta for Austrslla (excejtt those for West Australia, which ar.i for- arded v ia Europe (, New Zoaland, Hawaii. FIJI and Saraoan Ialanda, persteitiishtii Moana (fnini rtjji rranriscp), close here dill r up to Nov 136 st 7:0i A. II,. 11 A. U. and H:30 P. M. or on arrival at Naw York of steaimlilp Etnirla with British malls for Australia, Malls fur China und -Tapan. per steaui'hlp r.riipruris of China (fnui Vancouver), lose here dally up to Not. 38 at l,30 P. SI. Malle for ilawnlt, per steamship Austral a (from Sin Francisco). cloe here dally up tn Dn 8 ut ti '10 P. M Malls for Aiistroll (except West Aus traliai, Ne Zrsland, llswali aud Fill Islands, i rretf arcsblp Sllowera (from Vancouver), close here dally after Nov. 136 ami up to Die. Hat 11:80 I'. M. TranspaclSo mails are forwarded tn port of silling dally and ths schedule of closing i arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland Iranalt. Reglatrrrd mall closes at II P.St pre vious day, Cornelius van cott. Pistmaster. Post Ofllce. New York, K Y.. Nov 38. 188 1 r.Op6uL3wlll be received at the Bureau of Sup plies and Ai counts, Nav; Department. Washing ton. !. C, until 13 o'clock noon, Nov 38, 18UH, and publicly opened ImnicdUUly there after, to fur nish at the Navy Yard. Wvehlnfton. D ( . a quantity of flies sud one hydraulic glue press, and st the Ns vsl Proving Ground, lndlsn Head, Md.,a quantity of galvanized buckets, pipe, pipe fittings, valves, brick, cement, and lime. Blank proposals will be fur nished upon application to the Navy Yard. Washing ton, D. C., or to the Bureau. EDWIN STEWART. rarmuUr-GsntralU.S.M, H-7-V8. SnUronflij. Pennsylvania STATIONS fool of West Twenty-third Street snd Drslirosses and CotUinilt Streets. 8"The leaving time from Desbmsses and Cort- landt Htreets Is ten minutes later thau that given below for Twenty-third Street station. 7i A. M. FAST MAIL-Pullman Ilnftet Parlor Car New York to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car Pittsburg lo Clilcsgo. No roaches to Pittsburg. SiSO A. M. S".ST I.INE.-Pittsburi and Clovelsnd. 0)80 A. SI. PENNSYLVANIA LtaUrED.-Pullnian Compartment. Sleeping. Dining, Smoking and Ob serration Curs. For Chkagn, Cleveland, Toledo. Cincinnati, Indienspolls, Iulsville, Rt. Loum. Iin01. M. GUICAtfOANDST. LOU IS EXPRESS. -For Nashville (via Clni Inuatl), Chicago. St. Unila. OlflO r. M. WLHTERN F.XPRESS.-For Chlcsgo. Tor Toledo sxrept Ssturdar. 7UO I', si. HollTHWKSTr.RN KXPItKKS.- For Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indlauaiiolis, St. Louis. 7MO 1. jr. PACIFIC EXPRESR.-For Pittsburg and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland except Hit vtrtaj. 8US I'. 31. StAIL AND EXFHESS.-Pullman Bullet Sleeping Car New York ti) Altoona, East Libert). Pittsburg, and points West, dally ttcepl 8unda, No roaches. Vf AHHINOTON ANI TIIK SOUTH. 7:80, 8:30, u:30, U:r.0 (Dining Car), 10.80 (Dining Car) A. St.. 13:60. 1.60,J8:30" Congressional Llm., all Parlor ami Dining Cars), 4-30 (Dining Car), 4:"0 (DlnlngCar), 8:60 P. St., 13-or, nlgliu Sunda)-. H-30, :30, 10:60 iDinlng Car) A. St., (8:30 "Congresslonsl Llm.," all Parlor and Dining Cars', 4:3o(I)ln.ng Car). 4:60 (DlnlngCar), H:60 P. M 13:06 night, SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Express, 4:30 P. Sl 13:0-. night dally. ATLAN'UC COAST LINE.-nipress, B:30 A. SI. and 8 60 P. SI. dallr. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. -4:60 P. 31. dally. FOR OLD POINT COSIFORTand NORFOLK.-7:60 A. It, week rtava and 7:40 P. SI. dallr. ATLANTIC CITY. 1:60 P. At. week days (Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets 3:10 P.M.). Through Vest! buled Train. DnSet Parlor Cars, Tassen jcr Coach and Combined Coach. CM'E SIAY.-13:50 P. M. week days. Long Branch. Asbury Park (Intirltken. Sumlaya), Ocean Orove, and Point Pleasant (from West Twenty-third Street Station). N:60 A.M.. 1J:30. n::u,uud 4:00 1'.M. Sundavs. 8:30A St.. 4rtOP. St. (from Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets), u.in A. SI , 33:60. 3-40, .ndS:10 P. St. bnndais, n:45 A. SI , 6:16 P. M. FOIl I'HILAHF.LI'HIA. 8:Io, 7:30, 7:50, 8:30,8:60. W3(.(f:80 Tenns. Limit ed.), 0:60 (DlnlngCar), 10:6i)(Dluing I'.ri, 1 ttwi A. M , 13 60, 1:60, 3'60,.1:6o. 4:31). 4:30 (Dining Carl; 4:60(DlnlngCar).8:V)(DinlngCar).7:40,H.60P.M 12:05 night. Sundays, 0:10. 8:30, 8:50. Ii:30, M:Rii (Umlted), Ii:50, 10:81) (Dining Csr) A M.. l:Mi (Dining Can. 8.60, 4:3u (Dining Car). 4:30 (Dining Car). 6:5o (Dining Car). 7:40. 8iC0 P. St., 13.0. night. Ticket offices Nos. 481, U44, 11 n. 1333, 11 1, and 381 Broadway, 1 Astnr Uouso. West Twenty-third Street Station, and stations foot of Desbrosses und drtlsndt Streets; 4 Court Street. 880 Fulton Strtet, 1)8 Broadway, and Ponnsylvsnla Atinox Station, Brooklyn: Station, Jersey City. Ihe New York Transfer Company will call fur and check luggage from hotels and recideuces through to destination. Telephone '37."7 Eighteenth Street" for rcnnayl vanla Railroad Cub Service. J. U. HUTCniNBON. .1. R. WOOD. Oensral Manager. General rass'r Agent. 'ASIERICA'S GKEATKST llAILROAl)." NEW YORK CENTRAL. All through tmins atop at Altiany. UUca, Syracuss. Rochester and Buflslo. Trains leave Oraud Central Station as follows: 8,'JA A- M Daily, except Sundavs. Famous .OU ESIPIRE STATE EXl'RESB LIMITED. Fastest train in the world Due Buflalu -t:4r,. Ni agara Falls 6:33. Toronto :00 P. SL, Detroit 11 -lo P. M. Limited to its sevtiiigrapsctly. 8.AFZ A. M. FAST MAIL. Dally-For 'lllflslo. Ni-t- ugara Falls snd Cleveland. 1 (V-ft A- SI.-DAY EXPRESS, except Sundaya XV.OU For Bunalo and all important New York .State points. l.nil I- SI.-80UTHWE8TERN LIMITED and X.yjyj CHICAGO SPEC. AL. Dally For Columbus. Cincinnati, Indlinspnlls, St. Iiuis snd Chlcsgo. Q.un 1'- SI. THOY AND ALBANY SPECIAL, e sJ.UvJ cent Hnndsv. Stops at important suttuns. 5 ,("f J P.M. LAKE SHORE L1SIITED. Dally-34-.iJ hour train for Chicago, via Lake Shore. Hue Cleveland 7:16 A.M., Chicago 4 P. 31. Sleeping and parlor cars only. 6.rifk P. M. WES1KRN EXPRESS. Dailv-For UU Niagara Falls, loronto, Cleveland, 'loledo, Detroit aud Chicago. tt.yz P. M. NORTHERN EXPRESS. Dalit- For 's-' Slonrrcal. and. except hatiintav. foi Oltiwa. 7.Qn P. 31. MHltONIiACK StOUNfAISS AND I .OVJ SIONTRKAL EXPRESS. Dally Via Ctira. U.,1 X P. SI. BUFFALO AND SOUTHWESTERN O'-lu hl'KClAI, Dailj-Ior Niagtra Falls, Clevo- lend, Cincinnati, lndianupolis and St. liuie. Q-ni"lr- SI.-SPECHL LISHTED .MAIL. Dvilv "oo (sleeping car oiilyi Fop jioiuts on Fill Brook, vis. Lvons. and for Rochester aud RilOulo. 9.1 r. P. SI.-PVC1FIU E.PlE8-, Dailj-1'or ) - LO wego. Ojdonsburg B iilalu, Niagara, I'slJs, Cleveland, 'loledo, Chicago, and. except Satin ilav, for Cape Vincent snd the Auburn road. r9.1 fi NltinT-SIIDNIOHT EXl'RIS FOR CHI "iv CUO. F.ierj night except Sumlar night, bunday night Chicago sin-pera leave at :rl8. HAIU.CVl DIVISION. B:18 A. SI. ami 8:66 p. SI. Dally, except Sunday, to PlttsOnM; hundajs only at 11:31) A. 31. Wacner P-laoe Carson all through trains. Train Illuminated villi Plnt-ch light Ticket o.lli t-s at i i:i, 3i)l,418and U42 Iiroidwsy, 31 Ka-t 14lh St., .-, Columbus av.. 1 West 136lh at.. Uraud Central btation, 136th Ht. Mstion aud ianth St. station, Nen York; 83 and 73it Fulton st , and luil HroadwaV. E. D . Brooklyn. Telephone "3,80 Thirty-eighth street" for Now York Centrsl Cab Service. Burgage checked from hotl or residence br Wt stcott Express Company. 01R()E II. DANIELS. General Passenger Agent. Lehigh Valley Sysienv Stations foot of West 33d St. (Pcnn. R. K.). Cortlandt or Desbrosses St. Indicates tlmo from West 33d St. Other figures show time from Cortlandt or Desbrosses St. OiU, 7:00 A. 31. daily for EAST ON aud Interme diate stations. 7l50. 8:15 A. M. dallr for WII.KESBARRE, RCIUNiON, nilACA. ciKNKYA, HOCUEbrKII. BLF l'AIX). NIAUARA FALLS and the We and principal local points: dining caraud parlor csr to BuiTalo. 11:60, 13:00 noon dally, except Sunday. " BLACK DIA.SIONI) KXI'KKSS." Arrives Buffalo P:55 P. SI. Pullman Vestibule Dav Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service, Steals a la carte. Connects at Buffalo with through sleepers to Detroit snd Chicago. ISi.V), 1:00 P. SI. daily for EASTON. MAUCH CHUNK, WILRESBARRE, bCHANTON and coal brauchca. :i:M. 4:10 P. M. daily, except Sunday, for WILKrJSBAP.RE. P1TTSTON, SCRANTON and prin cipal inlenuediate atatlons. Connects for all points In coal regions. Pullman Bullet Parlor Car for W1LRF.SDAHHE. 1150, r.:l l. 31. Sunday for MAUCH CHUNK and intermediate stations. 4 :30, SiUOP.SI. dally, except Sunday, for EASTON and lutenndlst stations. 3i.10, 0:10 P.SI.dally. except Sunday, for EASTON anil prim ipsl iutci mediate stations Ill.lO. 7HMJ P. M. daily I or BUITALO. NI AO UU FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleeper vest! bille tralli N. Y. to Chicago. Sleepers to Buflalo aud Tomnti. Dining Car New S'ork to Istou. 7MO, :00 P. SI. daily, stopping nnlv at SOUTn PLAINFIKLI). EASTON. IIETIILKIIEM, SIAl'CH CHUNK. HAS'RE, GENEVA. ROCHES i EH. BUFFALO and TORONTO. Pullman sleeper for Buffalo. None but leejiliig-car passengers carried. No baggsge carried. H:MO. Ri80 P. St. daily for WILKESBARRE. ITH ACA. ur.NEVA. ROCHESTER. BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS and all points West, ltillmau aleeiier to Chicago. Mlditioual lo,-al trsins. dailr. except Sundav, for SOUTH ri.MNFIEI.D. BOUND BROOK an I lntr mediate points leave as lollow .):ii 1 ,.-,0AS!, "3 3O.i':30. ",'l 50. 4 30. 0,r,iJ and l:8l) P. 31 Tickets and Pullman accommodations st 113, 3MI, 373. 356. 1144 slid 1338 Broarinsy, Ht East Hill St., ir.il E. I3.-,tli st.. 137 Bowery, N. V . xrto Fulton st,. 4 Court st., uh H'waj .and Brooklyn Annex. Brooklyn. N. Y'. Transfer Co. will call for and check baggage from hotel or t eaidenie through to destination. DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA WEST- lillN It. It. Stations in New York, tout of Durclay nnd Christopher Mrs-eta. VF.RTimjLH TBAINN, IM'I.LIIAN IIUriTT CAll.i, l'lNTSCIl LIlillT. 8:00 A. 31. Blnghamton Mail, fttopa at principal atatluus, lOilM) A. 31. (Cafe Car) Buffalo, Scranton. Blng- haiutou. Owrgo, Ithaca, Elmira, Utlca, Syracuse, and Oswego Express. Pullman bunet parlor cars. Connecting at Buffalo with trains for Chica.oand points West. llOO r.3I. DalljrJ Chicago and Buffalo vestlbuled express forSL-rantou. Blnghamton aud Elmira. Ac, Pullman bullet parlor cars to J.luiiia. Through ak-eplugcars sud dsy coach to Chicago, arriving at 4:16 P. SI. next day. 4:(o I'. 31. rU-rauton, Witkesharre and Plrrooulh lr.xpres. PiiHiusii bunct parlor cars. 7HH 1. 31. (Daily)-('hlca-o Vestibule I.lmiled Ev- press for Scranton, Blnghamton, Eliulra, Butialo. Througli buffet sleeping car New York to ChlLagu. Umlug car westof Buffalo. 8:3( P. 31. (Dally) Buffalo Ksprcee. Pnllmsn sleeueis for ricranton, Uiugliamiou, Elmira, Bath, 3It. Morns and Hullalo, arriving lluifalo H V. II. Oi.lO 1'. SI. -ilall; -Hullalo, Sirauton, Ulngliam- tun, Owrgo. Ithaca. Elmlrs. Hyracusc, I tic and dswtg j Express. Pnllmsn Bullet sloepers, TlikLts tind Pnllmsn ncrouimodstlons st Heurr Gai. a: Sous, Ltd., 113 Broadway, 14 Park place, 43i and W43 Broadwsj. Tickets at feny ststlniiF III 4thav.,cor, t'.'that.,ill West I3jI1i .1.. 386 Colum bus as ., New York. 338 sud 73J Fulton st , and 108 Broadar, Biooklyn, Tlmo lal U giving lull in formation ut sll stations, Westcott's Eiprrss Company will call for and check baggage from hotel or residence to destination. ERIE RAILROAD. Through trains leave Nc York, foot of Chambers street, as follows, and five minutes earlier trom West 33d street: 9.1111 A. St.-Vestlbuled Express dally for Bang Utf hamtou. Watrrly. Elralro. Buffalo, Bradfoid, arrivei Buffslo K P, ii Parlor car to Budalu. )l(i ' M.-S'eatibule Ilmite.l-rait mall dally. ..JV.I Solid train fur Chicago, arrives at Cluv stand 7.10 A.M., Chlougo . p. M Sleepers to Chicago, Clevilaud and Cincluuntl. Dining Car. l.'M'- M.-Butfalo and Cletelsnd Ve.tlbulel I .UU Eipre.a itally, arrives Buffilu 7.05 A. SL. Bradford 7 iO K. SI., Jamestown 7.0U A. St . Youngs town 10:37 A, M . Cleielaud 13.30 p. Si. Sleepers to BoffaloandClevelaiiil. Cafe Library Car. 9, 1 r: V. 31. Da ly solid train for Binthamton, I t' Elmira, Wanrlv, Chiiago, Sleepers tu lior nellsville. Chicago and Cimlnnstl. DlnlngCar. 'I'lCKETh, LOCAL '1 IMF. CARDS AND TULLSIAN I ACCOMMODATIONS at 111, 113. 381.401 aud HVf Broadwa), 137 Bowery, 168 Eaat 135th st..and 373 West 135th st., Chsmbeis and West 33d st. fer ries. New York, 388 and 880 Fulton at., UN Broadway, BrooklMi; 133 River at., Ilobokeu, and Jersey City Station. New York Transfer Co calls for aud che ks bsggago from hotels and realdemrs in desiinstioii THE SUN Harlem Branch 110 WEST ltOTU tiXUEET. 1 . 1 , s t !; 41 New York and Boston Ail RailT ,B N, ST., N' II A II. R n. and connections, ii From Grind Central Station. SH Iave Br war or Due. jBi K-04 A. St., Sliiinglleld aud Worcester, 8:80 P. M. 10.(10 A. St., t tS'ew London and I'rov lilence, 3:00 P. M. 3HI il(i:01A,SI.,Newlxnilnnaiid Providence. 4:25 P.M. i 13:ixi.M., Sprlngflel t and Worcester. 6:40 T. SI, JH Jt:0i)P. St., Air Line, via Wllllmantlc. H:0O P. It. H l.ni P, SI.. New laiuiUiu and Providence, 7;nn P. SI. v?l 3(HIP SINewlainilonanill'rovlilence,i(.OOPJ St. ti 4:00 P. M.. ssprliiKtlrl.t and Worcester, io.r1 P. St. ,( 15.00 P.M., New. Isinilon and Providence. 11:00 r. II. - ill (HIP. M.. sprlngCell and VVnrrestcr, il.in A, M. ! 113 00 P.SL. 'Now tendon and Providence, H:3S A. 31, '.'i .Runs dally, Including Sunday. s-ti 1 1 lis j State Limited, all parlor cars; fare. $ 7, In- ,! rliiilliigiisrlnrrarseat. . iAIr Line Limited, arrives and departs from Park --ll Square Station, Boston Return service same hour , and by same route (Will stop at 136th street. Through psrlor suit steeping csrs b each train, H C. T HI'.SII'STRVD. Gen, rats. Agent. ji BALTIMORE; OHIO R..R. Sl'HMH'l.r, IN EFFECT NOVF.SIIlF.il 30, 18B8. 'R! laiavi New ork, Whitehall Terminal iSoutn Ferry), and fool of Liberty Sired. , "Hill-. (Except Sunday. (Sundays. . ,ll CHICAGO '4 .iiv A.M.. trom Liberty street ontv), , H 1 36 P. it. and -I3-IB night , I PITTSUCItDi ( mil VI.. rrom Liberty sliTetrinly), 9fl .-,..-,.-, p SI . 13 16 night. I CINCINNATI ST l.Ot IS, n.r.r. A. SI., 5:8S P. at, 9l I NEWOnLEVNS, "4.88 P M. -, -fOt ' ROYAL BLUE TRAINS. MM ' WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, t;:.-..-., ii:6S iDlner). 9 It 26 A. 31. illlnen. ti..',n P, SL. ll36(I)lnH. slfSf ; 3:66 (" Royal Ltmllol. ' Ex. Iiislvc Pullman Train). JHE, 4:.-,r, (liiuiri, 6..--, p, SI. aud 13:10 night. NOB- fflR j IXli.K.'lJ'oMv. SI. ilH ' All trains are illuiniuali d with Pitilsch Light. . ' Offices iia. I7J, 3iil, 4!14, I3H4 Broadway, 31 Easl ,lffMl ' 14th t.. 137 llon-ery. N. Y , 8JH 344 Fulton st., . Brookljn: Whltelisll Termlnsl. Riggage checked , SIR from hotel or residence to destination. JR B Ortan j&ttnmna. ajy AMERICAN LINE. IH i'.sr i;xi'itir.ss skuvick. -Hb NEW VORK-S0UTHAS1PTON J1ND0N. JMUai SsilluiVVednrtilsysst 10 A M, UkRaV Rt.raul Nov. .mist. Paul Dec. 31 "; St Louts Dec. 7 M Louts Dec. 3 Paris Dec. 14 Parts Jau.4 ,ui RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK-ANTWERP. MMM Every VVednesdav at 13 noon. f 'Kcnalngt in Nov. 30 1 Araznnla .. Dec. 14 UWM Nnonllaud .. Dec. 7 ' Friesland. Dec.31 MH MThese sleamers earn only Second nnd Third rtsss il passeutrcrs at low rnt-s. fl INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COSIPANT.i '&! Prs 14 and I r,, N It. Offlic. tl Howling Grtn. i CLYDE LINE. '- . IH CHARLESTON, H. C , AND JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ' Tho tourist loute to sll Southern Wlnler Resorts, Nnssau ami I'uba. JH Steamers leave Pier 31). Kast Rlver,3 P.IL . Sr.vilNOLE. .Friday. Nor. 36 IROQl'OIrl Slonday. Nor 3 v C'OSlANCIir..... Wednrsdar. Nov. 3D ' ALGONQUIN Satuntay. Dec. 3 MWM For freii-bt isn.l passage i.ites uud general Informs- . tiou apph to W.VI. P. CLYDE A CO., Gin. Ageuts, 8 ll Bow ling Oreen, New York. fMMM Gt. S'th u l'r. Iilit and Pass. Line, via Chsrlestdn, F, C. aud P. Fast F'ght and Pass. Line, via Jackson vllle. T1IK0 G. LGEILjJ. A.TJI. Broadway, Y. H CUNARD LfNE vuXgSW '! From Pit r 40. N. 11.. foot Olkrkson st. Lucanla. .Nov 38. 1 P. SI. I Campania. .Dec. 10. noon '. Ltriirta .Dec. .1. n . SI. I Dmbrla Dec 17, II A. St. -SMMm VERNON U.UROVV Na.C0.,Gen..uts.,4 BowlliigOreen. H fKT.NCir LINK. " " ' T COMPAGNIE GEtiERALE TnAHSATLAHTIOlJE. Wk DIRIX'T LINT TO HAVRE-PARIS (FRANCE). ! Sailing as follows at 10 A. St. D 1'rom Pier N ,. 13, North River, foot Morton at MMM La llretagni! Nov 3d I Champagne. Dec. 17 LaToiiralue. Dec. 3 l.a llrttagne , . ..Dec. V - La Gascogue Dec lo'La Nornianille . .De(3L Flrst-clsss passage to Ilav n jur, and upward. H Gen'l A.iucy fori', s. and Can., it Bowlingdreen, J?,Y. ' HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. " Tvrin-Bcri-iY r.ijtr'"' St rata en ilunnir winter on 1H Germitit Medittriaurau Senlc. Sfntrn to Tarts. i'iHH Lnmlrii, IIinlmx. rt'suinml in Marrli. IJI TviN-sriii: rAssr.NiKit sunvicK. , m;u yohk uamhuiu; lIKKrT. - H I'atra.ov.'jff.J .mlM.!. I Phanlcia,Dec.10tl:aoP.Br. li.ili:atia.lt ...t.?:.,.OA 31. ! IS nimyhuU.Dfc.l7,HA.M ;1H IIniiibiiriA iiifrif-aii l.lit:!? Ilrnntlvu'lV' ' H MANHATtAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.' J NEW YORK. ROCKLVND AND IO.NUOK LINE. '.. Stosiiiers leave Nee Sork every THDRSDAY at 4, -9i P M for RUl KLANI). CAalDEN. lll'.LFAbT, MMM BUrKSlMRTeud BANGOR. Sic, connecting with all "3H tail and water Hues. 4tBaVHal NEW OItK, EASTPORT AND ST. JOHN LINE, Strainer, leave New York Dec. .land weekly there- . aflerat -1 P. SI. for EASTPORT. Me., anil ST. JOHN, N. Ii., direct, with couuui t one for all points. l Steamers Mil from Pier 1, North Iltvor. Freight H ieci-led dally until u P. SL All competing ratea pioinptly met. H N. I.. NI'.WCOSIB. General Manager. fi-11 Broadway, New York i "VrOKTII l-.EItsrVN LLOYD STUAMSillVcO. 1 SHORT ROCTi: TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. l'ST FXPRKSS HTEV VIERH. .. MMM K.Fllrillkli.N A.-Jl'.linlt. I Saal.Tll.,IV'.1.1.tO..Sf. I-thll, Tu.. Dec. II. II) A. SI. 1 K W.D.C.,.!au.n.10A.SL ' OELRICUS A- CO.. 3 Bowling Oreen. H OLD DOMINION LINE. Fordid Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News, 'HH Petciebiirg, Portsmouth, Pinner's Point, Richmond, Virginia Beach. 'a. sail Waslnngtoii. I). C. Freight sod passenuer eieaiitus sail from Pier 30, North 'i Rivur, cvro neck da;-, except Saturday, at 3 r, JL, , amlSituili'-ut-t P. St. V. L GriLLVl'DECS'lce-Prca't and Traffic Stgr. ' HI WHITE STAR LINE. ' NEW YORK-yUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL, MMM Teuton Ii Nov. ao, noon i Slalestlc. Dec. 1.1. uoon ' H Britannic .Dec. 7, noon I Cymric. Dec. 14. .'! P.- SI. Saloiui rati s on Cymric, .',l) up; Germanic. Btitati- IH ill.-, i',o up. staje'ili-, Teutonic. S7S up: second l cabin. '43.r.o upward, third class on Cymric. Gr- IIH inaiilo ami Brilannk-, 3.".r,o: on SlaJestloandTeu tonic, 137. Revcuuo tax additional. '"Ii For passage, freubt aud general Information apulr t tVIIITi: STAll LiNi:, H Pier 4.1, North River. Office, U Broa d way, New York H tuimtiouts. M Boston and New England Points. fl MA SOUND LINES. ' H l'ALL KIVi:ll I.I Ni:, via Newport and Fall River. L-av o Pier ll. N. It., foot of Warren Bt., wk days only, at r,:00 P. SI. Steamers Prlsclll. knd Puritan. Orclteilra mi es?h SlOMNCiON LINK, , la Stoninatot). IaV. H P.er.'KI, N. It., foot of Spring St.. week days only) at n:(iO P. Sf st amen Maine and New Hampshtre-. i NOIUvlCII LINI!, Mil Niw Loudon. IesVe MM PieriP'., N. 11.. foot Spring St.. wooL dais only, at5(ftn . H P 31. SlianicisCiir of Lowell and City of Worcester. IH LONti IIIUM'II AS'l) IIAVK, llO:,"" i PATTEN LINE -u H ANII STI'ASII.K I.ITTLi: HILVKR iMMl For Ling Ilr.iucK Highland BmcIi. Seahrlfht. 1i Pleasure Ilav. and Asuurv Park, dally except Sunnai. '! Leave ft. W. lath 3.oo P. St. Battery 3:30 V. SI. ( No Ljggauei.r freight rciehed at Balteiy. 3i ANllf'KV I'AltK AXU HACK. 80r. VMM Albany Evening Line M Steamers f1 - RICIISIONH and DREW leve''nU IwM Pier 1 1. N. It. foot i .nut st.. at '! P. SI. dally iSUn- VMM rlnvs .x.eiitiil cuiiutctlng with cxprcia trains for illw!l points Noith 1-ist and N-at. ml ""v.V'lSKII.I. HUDSON VND COXbACKTr. boats leav. lEH n ' fout nf cinistnplier si avurr week da at (I P, SL MfM KINflSTO.N link. West loth t.-I)sily. 4"p."st.T i batiinlais ai I. hieauierj IUI.DW1.N and JIG- MlM SIElt, f r t'ranston'e, Corneall, Newbitrg. New Ham , rWH burg, Starlboro, Slllton, Poughkeepsle, Hyde Park, SunM Iopi. Kingston, counei'tiug with U, k D. R, It, tor P all points in Cxtsklll Slountsius. Sffit'lB NEW H WEN LINE - Pier 3r,. KH.7sTR. RICH ATID RPtM PECK, dally (except Sundayi, st&P. SI. v iWtM RASISDEI L LINT -Steamers leavo Pier 34, Nrit." tSlai foot Franklin st., for Cold Spring, Cornwall, tMfl Flsltktl) Ijiudlugatid Nowburg, week days, O P. 31.; will Sundays, A If. ' il W TltilV SflATrl. iw l'Alti: LOIYKIt 'lll.VN AN V OTIIHn UOUTE ( ' Steamers leave West 10th st. dallr at M P. SI , except Vw Saturday. Sunday steamers touch at Albany . -medical. 'jLM NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. ,l" H 7114 IIKOAI) ST. VDVEIlTISKRS JIM LEAVE fMM 'llll'lll UlIIinllH AT THIS ADDRESS. M1EUE THS (MM HA. Mi: CVIIE ANII .VT1KN1ION WILL BE SHOWN ) Ah AT .MAIN tll'l'lC'L !! OLD IIt. GIUMILK. nRADUCfF. LNIVERSIY jMM OF THE (in Y OF NEW YORK, ltF.DlCAl, DEPAltl'- MM SIE.M, U'i years u speilallst ill the dlseasiM of roejl. i l Under OI.U lilt GRINDI.E'S rclenUtlo Irtalniriit . H blood and skin itlseases, pains in li.iucs. red sjiots, sun thniat and moulli. ulcers, psinfiil swellings, k)d I ncr aud bladdi. touiplaluts, eialdlpg inilsininollini, gravd. undeelopil organs, weak back, lost vltallt. W are epeedll)', thorough!), and permanently rsircd. ' i Step about lo marry should consult OLD I, OKIN- 'tis ULE. Eti-o Impediment leinoiril Suflerers, iloliot 'IhH waitatliiu visiting lesa skilful tibyslclans, Remembei, ' T OLD 1)11. GRINDLEuever falls Ofllie mtr INyear. E at 171 West I3tlist., betwieu nth and 7lh avs, o' IMM vlcefrec. Slediciiii $1 Hours, iitoii Sunda) s.P to II. f 1 OLD DU. (illl.V.tr, years" iispecllllist'lTl H (llsriises ir men only. Oiilckent permanent cnr. ,H guaranteed In all diseases. III iod poison, skin ills . HPH eases, kidney and bis Mer tro.tble. weakness, net MrM vottsdeblllt). ertorsof youth, had dreams, unaeVel flri uped organs, impediments to msriiage. Ac Be wise. ; ai onsult the only old specisllst In the city. Ofilr. , over US yinrs at 130 List 17th si., near Union, , il H'luaru. Uoure it to P, Sun I lys, n lo :i Hclentitli jl treatment aud a Iv Ire free. Medicine only r.( cents. "I No charge unless cured. ...H A - Hir'ANI) SIRS. SISIl-sON, the leading rpeciil- jji y. I.t.ln New il. siiriesKfully treat all female IVH cnini l.intst iiml irrig'iUritun. '.' ea'a experience; ! private saiiitsrlum, trained nurses treatment gnar- H anteedi free roundenilal advlcr, 9 to u. AI VVesi lii ll.'tb st . near Broadway ) A. -A.-A.- (Jl,l(,Ki:'hTI'Kl)IAKNti (Till: in rtlteiirs of men. dsngeroiis isaes sollo- Ited. icllef at tun e, thoKe drslnng only tlrst clas. , rcii-iitili- tivatiiientsli ill, I ell. 1 lie leadfnir special. i.t. Dr ISuisrliui I -'7 VV.st .'3,1 st., utol-.Ytoo, : H Sundavs. n t. I. MH A Hit f ()Nl.VDssANnARII M. Hneullflc. sifP lli fill trealiiient of all illsestes of sninen, private ffl rooms evei y (ouvdiieiii-e ao-l aiidisuce. consult. 4lfl ilons it SI to ii p M fall or write for booklet, 117 Wist 47th st Tel n-lU'i i.Mh 'MM T,R. SIRS. BEINIIAIII). 711 7th av , near 48tl fnl 1-ftrrats female Irregularities, single or marrtt.0 ilWM stn' eipsrlvags. ili '"! . ... . . . . i . , T !