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yjwTHEATKICAL THINGS. TttirAV nvssEr.rt at the uk.it or a casiao OttOAXIgATlOX. , , n,proiliif II"" of " Ln aleille ITnlene" with j some Added MuiIo nnil n llevrrltten t.U 9 jir(.tln-"Tlir Strange Scnnilal In n Neiw iH Enslnnd Town," by Itrnmntlo Students. i The beauty of Lillian IIumoII, cffulgont and affluent, w n view at tho Cailno lnt night o,he woro Mm Grecian covrns of the Spartan ' nufen In " Ia U"Ho Hclono," mid thny bertm r ,ief WPn Tlio reader mar deem It moro to tlio ptirpow Miat ,ll 8lms tn0 muslo of .Taeauon Offenbach and nomo Interpolated ballads by judaic Kimiander m noil a sho had over lunc anything In hor llfo. Unt It must bo borne In mind that Iho comlo opera wan Caslnocd In this reproduction, and that tights wcrti of moro account than sounds. Jilt llii," Mie blc casino la thl, can,c of sport with Offonbaeh. Edna Vfnl lice Hooper was the llttlo casino, nail probably thero were many In the audience who looked upon her as a winner. To others sho was In itesd a pitiful exhibit. 8ho eanir as small as her stature and In Iho rdlo of Orestes ihe was only n, raoderatoly effectual soubretto. Butlntho Inst net, where the soono was at a inshore, sho appeared In a lack of costumo plainly IntendoO tomako peorlo talk about It. ghe came out wrapped In an nmplo cloUi, but at onco threw It ofT and stood forth In neap, a tairol shoes, a saury shirt that fulled tocovcr her torso, and a bit of breech clout that was laced tlstit nt each hip, with n suggestion that the had uied a shoehorn to net It on at all. These partial covcrlnea wore dead whlto. so that the flesh color of tlio rest of her. roal and Imitation iVIn. ea f an cCfect of baronets hardly oquallcd en the staco ovrn In theso brazen days. Her assumption of dlflldcnco and shyness tened to aseravato the shamelcssncss of hor exploit Shu not only cnAoasong and dauco In that plight, but had n share In the jubsMuent action without again envel oping hf self until tho performance was nearly over. Tho chorus clrls arc usually made to pander to a depraved tasto at tho Casino, and they wero ncaln decraded, but this time a (rnonto soubrette was found wllllns to serve that purpose. This was in mo-tt respects a cood revival of "ta Bello Helene." Miss llussoll was oenlly I nt the foro of it. though hor noting was uncertain and hor words frequently halted Uer tenor companion In the slnelng wasWillhrn K. Philp. Thoto woro two funny comedians In John F. Henshawnnd Thomas 0 heabrook. Tho scenery was tolcrablo. and Tome of ihn costumes woro vorv rich. The libretto had been rewritten In nn American coIlCMitii.il manner by J.ou Is Harrison. It is trim that he had vulgarized tho French text, and that there is good reason to condemn him lor that, but alter all his wit had plauan t points, his humor was appreciable, and wouldn't nu audience at tho Casino miss tlio np-to-dato jokes commonly heard thero? A topical song by him. witli tho rnfrnin, "Keep one eye on our country." was tho best eoinlo thine In the entertainment. Mr. nnclander's Interpolated ballads, eipeeially one which made Miss Itiissell warblo "Forever and for are." were excellent. Jiarrinc tho Indecencies 01 nudity mentioned, tlio representation was generally morltorious. 7 At its second matinee this season at (ho Em pire Theatre yosterdjy. tho American Acad emy of Dramatic Arts presented for tho first time "The Htranco Scandal of a New England Town." by Pauline Phelps. It Is a comedy of the Revolutionary days. The story is of an American soldier on a secret mission, which van necessitates his hidlnc whilo passing throuch his own town. When the folks discov er that a man is belnc concealed In tho villace by one of tho most respected spinsters It causes Brut consternation. He Is suspected as an Luell.tli any and she as his accomplice. As the former has escaped, the latter Is brought to trial before a point of strict Puritans. She Is charted with meeting him privately in the churchyard after dark, nnd also of aiding him taescape his pursuers through her house. Tho daughter of one ot tho Puritan Judges, who , (us secretly married the soldier. Is guilty of the llrst charge and an orphan child of tho sec ond. Ihe spinster, however, refuses to an swer any of the Judges' question until the man has returned and vindicated himself. The ronstruetlon ol the play is amateurish nnd the action disconnected, but some of the humor is , . amusing. The climax of the second act was I V nnfortunatelv marred br some mishaps. One " J cl the actors forgot his lines and failed to hur them when prompted. Another stumbled nnd fell in his exit. Tho curtain was lowered half way a fw minutes before the end was reached and had to he hoisted uo ncaln. The stu dents did not show to such an advantage in a three-a:tn!ayas they do In one-nut pieces. The cast Included Fernanda Ellsou, Nora Dunb lane. June Van Ituskirk, Hnrry I-owls. Sam uel Clagcott. Joseph Maylon. Gardner Jen kins. Mabal Howard. Lucy II. Harris. Edra Ed car Hart and Alice Chandler. Clement Scott, In retiring from the theatri cal critic's chair of the London Telegraph, an nounced that he was going to write n book. "Roughly speaking." he said, "I have had flftv rears' experience of tho stage In this nnd al most eerv country, and have seen a great majority of tho best actors and actresses in ths wor A. Now, that I have retired from the actlre duties of ray profession. I proposo to devote the earlier part of my leisure to re cording, in as Interesting a manner as I can. things that I know about the stngo." Of course, thero will bo curiosity as to his main tenance or abandonment of the attitude which he lately assumeu us to the morals of actresses. iAter. he accuseJ actors of being gamblers. The London Era says: A sciirrlllous (attempt has been made to represent tc modern actor as an Ignorant antl dNsipated stmbltr. spending his afternoons at the card table. ; need hantlj ity that this descriplton is but an other symptom of the currish spite that often Instl rain trie unucf euful dramatic or broken-don n ttrn imrslentlr to throw dirt upon the profession whose Boru hue furulnhed him with tho eicune for his fiutfure To ray thert are no gumblen among our "ixlern actors would be going too far: In the dra ipillc is well as In other professions there are vtsters and black sheep. Uut to misrepresent a wbols cUm uf hard-working people as habitually i tlnt their snhntani'e at the naming table; to state Must facta Uias-tinn of the public who, as out- liners, srs it-mirant of tho facta nf the rise, and who rtoi.lytoo eager to accept any etatoment to the "."fy4" of t,,e e " "Oospel truth," is an act wch could only 1k jiaralleleit by a slanderous at uca upon heljdesa women The latter offence could sot be overlooked, but we are pleased to ace that the f-sfessioD has treated Clement Hcotfa "parting Wte w(h (ho silent ontmpt which It desen es. romraentlng on this, another London theat neal journal, the Staor, says Hint although .Mr. wot retires from tho actho life of dramntlo ntleisin. he does not Intend to remain Idle "or let men crawl over his body," It men tions a suit for damages, nnd adds that "some one Is going to have n very lively Christmas" nn the action mentioned conies into court. ii. lt""!,on correspondent of the Clipper says "' neott continues to bulge very large upon the dramatis horizon. It has been an in lwrel ,for Tears that he and Hecrhohm tii. nae been hitter enemies, tho enmity Wing based upon Sir. Tree's Inability to stand ins spur of Mr. Scott's criticisms Hut now til... ' waeo has come to flutter over L"'. two gentlemen, nil wounds have been flff i ,n,i "" r"de remarkb withdrawn, nud Binst friendship has been knitted once again ?.. loreier This event was brought to a vSii " ".'" weddlne breakfast i.f Pranklin vSi? y Rnil Oraco Warner, memhors of Tree's vymranT. Mr. Tree had made n speecli nnd iSikicn,t ,mJ made a speech, and both had M..WeAt.0"' wlt,i tho milk ofhumaii klnd "sni'i. Tn'P " "n" ""at the bride dlplomatl ein ,bro',nt. thegentlemon together.tlie black til c vn,:ishod and Mie sunshine burst upon THE OPKltA. "IthelnjtoM" rntlurna More Magnificently Than F.ter Kefore Hern. "Illielngoid," Wagner's beautiful prologue '3 the tetralogy. "Uer Jllnc des Nlbelungen." "as brought out at tint Metropolitan last e-ening in so splendid n mnnnor as w make tin, JU,nC0UR who witnessed 'he performan'6 -,, ,,nt It couj ,0 10 wa'ed many times and often. For not only the muslcdrama set In a magnificently spec eularwa mon tlio atago with oor)'noiblo adjunct ol tliB newest HChomcs and methods in !'!ts nnd K'.m iTects. but tho story la ' a lascliintliig fairy lalo for crown UI' people. fU 0f iinrm nml illusion, ouchlng tin- heart all tho moro Burelv wnuie iho Inherent Interest of the opera Is "t alsj ul the world nnd our HveH-thonll- ''s-erful gold Put nono of thoso at- raoiion, Kroator than that found In .,n' unrii-ais nn I ingenious muslo of "heingoiii." wherein Wagner lia been iiih,ftr. ?'"', ''" device of " LelLMolitrn." iiima ii I'" I.11,"!"1'" I'1 ami out witli consuiu here ai'",. Itholngold " lias not boon heard "IrtivJl i. "'" 5s M'n Mier numbers of tho lit" "ih, . ',,, n' Produced hero in jHnuary. i Ha'tl! ..""" Pa" nft0F "a llrst production ,t UCU Mi. anddiirlng that year and thnnext u-r iir'"nlaiiuinljer of times, It has lr bitn given, however, with anything llko 4 SlllllllllllMgBJl m tmsBsimnitTiMssmMlwiaaiiSBIItisa the adeqnaffl splendor nhtl fulness that at tended It. last evrnlng. Tho east was made up of exrcodlnglr competent, high-olass attisss. In full the list was as follows: JVotan ..HerrVanltooy Conner , U. H. Derrlss Froh.... , ....IlerrDlppel Ise ,,..., t. Van Uyek Alberlcb Mr. David Ulipham Mlnie llerrifttrert Fasolt UerrMuhlmann Fafner Mr. Mmprleri Pilnals Frlcka Miss Marls Drama Frela tlfss Msrie Kngle Krda.i Frau Schumann-llelnk JVocllnde, i I Frl.Potny WeICTi,,i, niielnluchter. .....Mme. Melssllnirer riossfailde. ) Frau Hehumann-llelnk Uendnctor. , llerrBehalk An opera Is sure to bo more than well done when artists who nro capable of holding tip Ulfllctllt rOlcs Invest themselves In smaller ones. This was tho caso last evening, or Instance, with florr Dlppol. who lias ns Voi but Utile to Uo except n great amount of standing about nnd look Ing on nt the proceedings of tuoro active characters. In his ease nnd In that of, .Miss Marie llremn. who was the VirA-o, thero wns A very comfortablo sense that the artists notild accomtdlsh moro than thov woro called upon for. Miss Kualo made n beautiful, sweet nnd grnelous frela, giving nmplo reason by her delightful charm and youthful attractiveness for all tho dis turbance oroated by her abduction by those grandly Htatuesquo and eminently flerco giants J afner nu J-utolt, HorriMnhlmnnn nnd Mr. I'rlnelo wero finely Impressive In theso rules. Messrs. Ulspham as Alberlch and an Hooy as HViInn were no strong both voeally and dramatically that Imagination cuu scarcely plqture anything more than they gave to their ilellneatlons. In tho shorter part of ..Vlnie Horr Moffert'was not a whit behind his confreres at their best, while Van Dyck scored tho true success of his seuson so far by giv ing tho most sharply outlined nnd cleverly managed delineation of the fantastic Loae. His work was original nnd exceedingly praise worthy. Ho was adroit und dexterous and showed a subtle appreciation ot thooharactor that was surprising. No such I.oge has ever been seen In America. Tho misty Jirda was most Impressively sung by Mme. Sehumann-Hclnk. and this line artist also gavo the benefit ot her noble voice and her steady methods to tho Jlhiur Jlanghlert. Horr Bchalk conducted ndmlrably. and the wholn working of the stogo and scenery was marvellous. Tho colorings of the dresses ns tlioy wero grouped together, tho Illusive lights In the sky. and. finally, tho perfect ralubow bridge were all really wonderful. UVA1' SAYS IIR'I.I. iri.V, The Democrats Xmue Jenks anil the Antl tinny Men Kenew I'leilges. lUnnisnur.o, Pa.. Jan. 12. Senator Quay re turned to Washington to-night aftor making tho confident statement that ho would win his light for reflection. OJohn Wannmaker. David ' Martin. William Flltin nnd the other big guns among tho"insurgents," tho name that has beon given to tho anti-Quay men. asserted to-day most positively that tho senior Senator Is beaten. A long deadlock is InevltablounlesR Senator Quay gets enough Democratic votes to mako up what is lacking In his supporters. Tho Democrats met at the Supremo Court room tilts morning about tho snmehourthe Jlcpubllcan "Insurgents" gnthored at the Commonwealth Hotel headquarters. The Democratic legislators agreo upon their candi date for I nlted States Senator. Ho Is Oeorgo A. Jcuks, who led the party In the last State campagu. At the meeting ot tho Republican members who aro opKongScuatorQuay. it was iesolvc.il that the names of several mon should be sub mitted as candidates for tho United States Senate. Tlio now pledge, which forty-three members of the onmnlzntlon signed beforo they left tlio room, binds those whose signa tures aro attached to oppose the selection of Senator Quay until he has been fullyclenred of the serious criminal charges against him. Tlio signers of this agreement now number over fifty. AoniCKs aiKS sTunnoitS'. Inclined to Repeat Their Tactics of Four Venn Ago; AddicUs or "o One. WiLMiSQToy, Del., Jan. 12. It may bo sot down that tho regular Ke publicans will not take part In the legislative caucus at Dover next Monday night, unless tho Union Republi cans agree to oliminnta J. Edward Addlcks ns a candidate. This the Union Republicans will notdo. They will nominate Addicks and bring the fight Into tho hnlls of legislation, Tho Addlcks combination has fifteen men on joint ballot, while tho regulars have fourteen, and It will take twenty-six to elect, upon the basis that two sick members will not be able to take pnrt. One of them Is a regular and the other Is an Addlcks man. Another one of the regulars wns taken sick to-da vand may not be able to attend the session next week. As It now stands, the Addlcks peoplo are eloven short of enough to elect, and they ean never expect to get enough regulars to elect thoir man. Most of tho regulars favor Col. Henry A. Dupont. who failed to secure a substantial tltlo to a seat In the Sonato four years ago. Tho Addicks people aro not talking much, but when they say anything they Intimate that they will bring nbout n deadlock and a vacancy before they will vote for anv ono but Addlcks. OBAST LEADS JIUTtXS OXE VOTE. Three Ballots anil No Choice) in California's Senate Contest. Sackamento. Jan. 12. Three ballots wero taken for United States Senator to-day. On tho first ballot Grant and Burns recolvcd 2(1 each. On the next ballot Grant received 27 and Burns 20. The third ballot was: Grant. 27; Burns. 2tl;Bulla.O; Barnes. 10. and Patterson, Bard. Estee, Knight, Scott. Felton and John P Koson feld. 2 each. Th Democratic complimentary votes were given to J. H. Sewell, Michael, Tar pev and William Alford. Tho only sensation ot the day was the change of vote of Speaker Wright from Grant to Burns. Wright had beon made Speaker, through Hume's fnlluenco nnd was forced Into line lor Burns, although his constituents favor Grant. JIOXTAXA SEXATE riGllT. Clark Onlns i:ieven Votes Italy's Cnnulrtnto Losing Strength. Helen. Slon.. Jan. 12. The result of to day's ballot for United States Senator was as follows : W. O. Conrad. 35 : W. A. Clark. 21 : J. K. Toolo. II. ex-Senator W. P. Sanders being complimented with the minority Republican vote, and the rest woro scattering. This ballot shows a gain of 11 votes for Mr, Clark, whlla the candidate who Is supported by the IMIy faction lost a, ... , A , , . The Grand Jury selected yesterday by Judgo Mclntyro will begin taking testimony on Saturday. Tho Clark men declare that If nn fdection bo not hud beforo this jury reports Clark will land the prize, and this result seems quite probable, as Daly has exposed his full strength, and has been unable to come within ton votes of an olectlon. The Wisconsin Senate right. Mapisox. Wis . Jan 12. The Legislature ad journed to-day until Tuesday, and thero Is n lull in the Senatorial contest All tho four can didates, who are here, will remain till Friday, and the contest will opon again on Monday. IJongrosBtmiii Dahcoek will remain hero right through and so will most of his workers. Mr. (Junrles Is still In the lead, though Congress man Babcock is forging ahead, and may hnvo ns many votes on the first ballot as Quarlus. At present ho Is about ton votes behind. I). Jf. Morgan to Oppose Tlawley. HAirrronn. Conn.. Jan. 12. The Democrntlo members of the Legislature hnvo selectod I) N Morgan of Bridgeport, formerly United States Treasurer, for their nominee to oppose Senator Hawlcy. VISrXUEItTTED .lEItOMC COXTESTS. Snys His Mother's Will Was Obtained by 1'rniul anil Thnt Slio Wns fncoinprtent. Lawronce Iloscoo Jerome, the disinherited eou of Mrs. Katharine II. Jorome. who died on Doc. 23 lust, has filed In tho Surrogate's Court objections to the probate of her will, Sho was tho widow of Lawrence It. Jetomo, brother of Irf-onard W. Jerome. Tho bulk of her estate Is given by her will and codicil to her two other sons. Jue.tlcu William Trayers Jerome of ripe rial Het-sions and Lovell H. Jerome, who lived with his mother nta-'l West Nineteenth street. ' 1 oxnressly declare It to be my Intention to disinherit my son, Lawrence lloscoe Jerome, on nccount of his uiiilllal conduct." The disinherited ton has had u varied career and has lately hud a hnrd , tlmo to make both ends meet This winter he had employment for n tlmo from tin; city at -' u day as n shovel ler of snow, He alleges that his mother wfts not mentnliy romi-otent when the will and cod icil wero made The will was executed on Oct ' lM.i7. and tho codicil on April 2'). 1WW. Ha nlbO avers that liorfclgnnturo to the documents was obtained by fraud, circumvention and un duo Influence. He does not say who exerted the undue Influence The contustuut lives ut O Sylvan place, this city. ..,,,, In tho petition for probato sworn to by Daniel Nason as oxecutor tho estato Is estimated at $70 000, but this Is rogardod us u conservative pstlmate. Justlco Jerome gets his shnro abso lutely, but the son Ixivoll receives his Intrust, with remainder over to his children. Managers, Bookkeepers. Cashiers and eiperts of all descriptions may Im found by mak ing known their requirements through Tiik Bus's id Tfrtlsine columns. A iff. aeastf'i -aSiMtn'- iWiint1ri'umesalafrfcMiirt'--- WARM WORDS IN A CHURCH TUB .TEKSET CIXt TAUEIlXACtE 1.1 TO JIB KRVT OrKX, The nT. Dr. Scndder Was Willing, but lie Didn't Want Money to Do Diverted to It from the ' XII1I Tiranch," Where He If Now 1'reaelilng-Money Will Be liaised. The Society of tho First Congregational Church of Jersey City, better known as the Tabernacle, of which the Rev. Dr. John I,. Beudder Is the pastor, held a long and turbu lent meeting last night. Tho church has two branches. One Is the old First Tabornnclo In York nnd Hondorfon streets, which has boon a conspicuous place of worship for many years. Tho other Is the "Hill Brandt." In Bergen avenue, which was socured from the Dutch noformod Church a comparatively short tlmo ago. "Tim Tiuoatkm-at Issue last night was whether the old Tabernnclo should be nbandunod. and It provoked considerable dls. cusslon of nn acrimonious character. The Hev. Dr. Scndder started tho ball rolllnu by waklnu n llttlo fpeech. "Theiuestloti Is." said he. " shall wo run In debt or shall we proceed In a business manner? It Is a woll-known fact that pooplo who attend Protostant churches aro leaving Jersey Cltr." In support ot this statement ho read a lone Ht of people who had moved away from there In recent years. Ho said he was In favor of keeping tho Tabernacle open If money enough could be secured to run It Independently of the "Hill Branch." "We cm get all tho financial aid wenesdas long as we keep tho old church opon." aald Deacon Hunt "Otherwise we cannot." " In order to get tho matter before the meet ing In proper form." said Mr. Sparry, "I move that, aa our financial condition will not war rant tho maintenance, ot two plaois ef worship, no more money be spent on the Tabernacle." Instantly thero was an uproar, and many de mands wore made to know just how much It would cost to run the Tabernacle for another year. It was unofficially announced that the expenses ot 183U would be S2.:i00. whoroupon a young man with pompadour hair arose and naked how so great a sum would bo necessary when thero was no tniuli tor's salary to pay. Finally Clerk Ware got up and said that ho had tho promise of subscrip tions to tho amount of Jl.UCH) if tho Tabernnclo was kept open, and ho thought It might ba run up to $2,000 before the year wa over. " All we want Is a fair chance." ho added "It would be a wicked sin to close this church." shouted a man with a full gray heard. Mr. Scudder offered an amendment that If the Tabfrnacle ho kept open no more money bo spent on it than could bo ralsod for that purpose. "If these peODle wish to make tho experi ment, why let them go ahead." he said. The amendment was defeated and tho orig inal motion wns laid on the table, whereupon a detormlned-lookinc young woman wear ing a befcathcred hat and glasses presented a set of resolutions for the consideration of the society. At first she wanted to offer them ns u substitute for Mr. H pom's motion, nnd wlun Chairman George W. Busell ruled that alio was out of order sho fought him unpar liamentary rules. She said tho resolutions wero adopted by the Deacons and approved by the old Hoard of Trustees. The resolutions wero finally put In tho form of a motion that services bo continued In tho Taber nacle ns Ions ns money may bo raised for Its support, that au assistant pastor be named who would devote his entire tlmo to thnt branch ot the ehuroh. and that all money raised for It be spent on It exclusively. It was then brought out tli't there were debts amounting to $5,000 on the old church. "I don't think tho deficit and back salary should bo thrown on the Hill branoh," said Mr. Scudder. " Wo want to do tho square thing, but we should not be compelled to assume this burden." A motion was then made that tho debts men tioned he paid out ot any money left, as each quarter's expenses wero paid, and that a com mittee be apnolntedtto eollect money for the maintenance of the old Tabernacle. Dr. Scud der opposed this motion also. " Such a proposition Is an insult to the Board of Trustees 1" lie crlod. " Vou cannot shouldor this debt on the Hill people and we must settle the question if wo stay here until dawn." "I wish I had tho settlement ot this question in my hands." said a stern-faced woman with diamonds In her ears who sat near Thi Sun reportT. "I'd settle It In just about twenty minutes." "I move that we adjourn untllnoxt Thursday evening In the Hill Church." said Mr. Bperry. When tho motion was put thero was a chorus of ayes and a roar of noes. A rising vote waa called for. and Chairman liussell jumped on the platform to count It. Ho finally announced that the motion wns lost by a voto of 110 to 05. Great confusion followed, and many of those who voted to adjourn began to leavo tho church. Men and women rose up hi oil parts of the building clamoring for recognition, and the Chairman was bewllderc d. The mcotlnr finally adjourned at 11:40 o'clock without a date. 3TAHISE IXTEr.LiaEXCE. MiNiATtmr. ar.VAsao this nav. San rises.... 7 23 Bun sets. A 6r, Moon sets, a 07 ntOU WATXB TUIS DAT. Sandy Hook. 8 22 I OoT.Isl'd. 8 64 Hell Gate. 10 47 Arrived Tni'HSDAT. Jan. 12. Sa Holstein, Voss. Cape flartien. Ss Francisco, Jenkins. Hull. Ha Ueateinnnde. I-aucen, Shields. 6s Mannheim. Ockelmann, Rotterdam. hs City or Washington, Stevens, Havana, Rs Herman Wedel Jarlf lierr. Klerland. Tampleo. Hs America. Kvjenth. Milk UlriV hs Tartar, from Yokohama, at Vancouver. Ss Algonquin, Piatt. Jacksonville. Ha Cltr of Aincusta. Uanett, Saraunah. ft Richmond, lfiller, lllrtimond. Ni beaboard. Burton. Philadelphia. BaKnecea. IlUk. (lalieston. bs City of Macou, Harare, Boston. iKor later arrit ala aeo First Page ) anaivsn our. Rs Pretoria, from New York, at Hamburg. Hs Mpssrndam. from New York. at Rotterdam, Hs Hrltsnule. from New York, at Oneenstowu, 'Hs Fncrst llismarek. from New York, at Gibraltar. Bs Aller, from New York, at Naples. sur.r.n inoM roar-ms ronrs. Bs r,abn. from Southampton for New York. Ss Teutonic, from Queenstown for New York. sill.rn rnou ixilir.sTlo roars. Ks F.l Dorado, from New Orleans for New York. Ss Leoua, from (lalveatou for New York. OITGOIXO STKAUSUIrS. Sail To-Day. MailiClme, Ttntl Snilt. Colorado. Brunswick .too I'M Algonquin, Charleston 3 00PM Aaft To-iltrrtw, rjnihris, Liverpool , flOOAM DOOAM I.a Champagne. Havre ... 700AM HiOO A M Uotterdatn. llotterdam ... ROO A VI inno a M Scotia. Antwerp. . H 00 A JI 1000 AM Trave. Naples . .. imh) A M 1100AM Kurneisla.Glasgow ...1000 A It 12O0H BuUarla, Hamliuiy 7 no A at Marquette, London IIOOAM Trojan Prince. Aiores C. of Waahlmrton.HaTana.10 80 A St 1WPM Alleshany. Klnaston. 1000 A M 1200 M l.tirltylis. Ustantas Caracas. Porto Illco . -.11 00 AM 100PM British (Jueen, Antwerp .... Francisco, Hull Seminole. Charleston son P 11 Nueces, Galveston 5 00PM Hudson. New Orleans 800PM Anil Tutitliv, Jan. 17. Cymric, Liverpool HS0A11 Alllanca Colon 120O M 2 00PM Lrdla.Mealto 1 00 P M SOOPM Iroquois, Jacksonville 300 PM rxroviiKO STrAUiRira. Dv To-Day. Canar Amsterdam Dee Id Cmnia Dundeo Dee 17 Cluden Amsterdam Dee 17 Auretta OlbralUr Ilecil Kentlcrn Hblelds Pec 311 Jerseyl'lty Hwansca Dec 24 Montcalm London Pee 25 llnperra OlbralUr Dec 24 Thomlilll Loudon Dee ar. Marquette London Pec 28 Bulgaria Hamburg Dec2H State of Nebraska (Ilaasflw Deo At Catania Hamburg1. Deo 3S RIMar NewOrleans Jan l Oarmanlo Lhcrwol Jan 4 Picqua Gibraltar Deo 20 St. Louis . .. . Houtbampton Jan 7 All'anca Colon fan n NewOrleans NewOrleans Jan 8 Weimar. .. Bremen Dan SI Cltyef Birmingham .Harannali Ian 10 Put .Saturday, Jan. J. Island Chrlsllansand . . DecSl St. Itonans, . . .Loudou . . Dec.11 Ktrathalrly Loudon Deo 01 Chaucer Ht. Lucia Jan 7 Iroquois Ta,'U-iivfle Jsu 1 1 KansasCllr tfaiannah Jan 11 Jue Sunday, Jan. IS. , La Bretagne .. Havre Jan 7 Alava Havana .. . Jan lu tut Monday, Jan. IS. Amsterdam Amsterdam Jan ft tvtrWa Liverpool Jan 7 Port Melbourne Loudon Jan 1! Taurle Uierpool Jan u Paraense I'ara. . ..Jau 4 Louisiana -Saw Orleans Jan 11 Araonla Antwerp Jsu U Out Twtrtay, Jan, IT. Frlesland Antwerp Jsn 7 Menominee Koudon . Jan fl El Dorado.. . . NewOrleans Jan 13 l)ut Wtdntflay, Jan. IS. Lahn ... . Bremen Jan 10 Teutonic Liverpool Jan 11 llozstad .... Hull .. . Jail 4 Leoua..,,, Ualvcstou,.,, ...,,.,,., Jan 11 IHiaijilsjaaiasjSjanattn COOaAlt WAXXS B0XBTTTTXO TO DO. Appeals to the Citlaens of Mnnnatlnn to Come unit Bee nim About Improvements. James J. Coocan. 1'iesldont ot the borough ot Manhattan, grows restless under the reit erated' assertion that he gets $100 week from the city for doing nothing. Tho oft ' headquarters of Mr. Coognn In the southeast corner of the City Hall Is an Impressive place. A stranger would Imagine from Its appear ance that a good pnrt Of the business of the municipality was transacted thero. Th,e of fice la so full of roll-top desks that there Is scarcely room to movo. Dehlnd each desk slta n man writing as though his life depended up on It. Whfn tho late A. W. Peters was Presi dent lie asked the Hoard of Kstimnto for !Hi, 000 with which to run his office for one rear. The board gave him $11,000. nearly half of which went to par his own salary. The rest was nllt nn among several .lecretarlos and as slstant secretaries. They am the men who sit behind the mil-top desks. Thoy wore thore when Mr. Coognn took oHlce. and they will probably remain If the Ieglslature.does not Interfere. it may be said right here that tho new Pres ident of the borough of Manhattan is hot afraid of work, Uo wants to cam his salary. With this end In view he Issued yesterday a manifesto to the citizens of the borough tell ing them that It they want to Initiate local im provements, his la the shop for It. He sayat "I shall be pleased at all times to meot the citizens of the borough at tho City Ilnll from 10 A, M. to 4 P. H. to dlsouss any questions re lating; to improvements or to give anv Infor mation they may desire pertaining thereto." TVXXETj 3TEX ITAXQ OX. Would I.Ike to Oct live (o Ten Millions m Year for the Iole-ln-tha-Grounil. The meeting of tho Itapld Transit Commis sion, at whloh a proposed momorlal to the Legislature was to have beon passed upon, was postponed yesterday because the memorial was not ready. It Is understood that the de tails wanted relate tothe $421.D12.870 Increase In tho assessed valuation in this city, nnd that the commission Intends to nsk tho Legisla ture's aid In n project to put a hole in the ground with a part of tho money raised by the increased taxation before Tammany spends it all In other ways. Comptroller Color and Com missioner Hires arn a committee appointed by the commission to formulate a plan by which $5,000,000 to $10.000.0lK) A year may be appro priated for building tho tunnel. . Sujilntas ffotircn. Mrs. "Wlnilnw'e Soothing Rymp for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflammation, allays pain, cureawlnd colic, diarrhaa, 25c a bottle. JT,jt3PLJrt.I.'XTTK. 3IOnfiAX-I.KrrEnT9.-On Wednesday after noon. Jan. It. 1809, by the Iter. Louis Barry. Clara May, daughter of Mr. anil Mis. Marshall Leifeitapf New York, to Clarence Morgan of Au rora, N. Y. STKWAltT-COCnilAX.-On Jan. 11, at 81. John's Church. Jacksonville, Fla., by the Iter. Dr. Shields, Elinor De Witt Cochran, daughter of William r. Cochran of New York, to Percy II. Stewart of Plalntteld, N. J. - X3X2233D. AI.KXAXDKn.-On Wednesday. Jan. 11, 18H9, Effle Hmmons Alexander, beloved wife of Junius 1). Alexander of Sla'sn Island and daughter of J. Frank and Mary W. Kmraons. Fnaveral Friday at 1 1 o'clock, at 08 Irving place. Boston papers please copy. CIIEEVEIt.-At "The Earrinaton." 1407 Broad way, on Jan. 10, Elizabeth, beloved wife ot John Henry Cheever. Funeral services at Calvary Baptist Church on Friday at 2 00 P. M. Burial at Cincinnati. CI.Aim.-At his residence, 1U4 Clinton St., Brook lyn, on Jsn. 11. 18 PH. Joel C. Clark. Secretary ot the New York and New Jersey Telephone Com pany and Treasurer of the New York and Penn sylvania Telegraph and Telephone Company, rged 06 years ft months. DAY. At her residence. 12 Union at., Patersoo. N. J., Jan. 1 1 , Mra. Isabella K. Day, widow of David II. Day. in the But year other age. DESIAltnST.-On Jan. 12, at A.M., of pneumo nia, at his home, 32 Dean at , F.nglewood, N. J., Jacob Demareat, Jr., aired A3 years 4 months. 3"uncral services at the house at 11 A. M., Monday, Jan. Id. DUAXE.-Os Jan. 12. at hia residence. 21(1 Edgecombe ay.. James Duase, In the 47th year of his age. Funeral private, GAYXOK.-OnJan. 11, 1 sen, Charles R , son of the late Thomas and Roae Oaynor. Funeral aertlcea at All Saints' Church, 120th St. and Madison av.. on Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment at Albany, N. Y, PARSONS.-On Jan. 12, at his realdence. 27 West 45th St., Charles Parsons, Jr., in his 41atyear. Notice of funeral horcafter. SMITH. On Thursdar. Jan. 12. at her resllenca, 4K.1 West 2Atb at, Ann Smith, widow ot James Smith, a native of County Meatb, Ireland. Notice of funeral hereafter. TBOftl'.-On Tuesday afternoon, at the Hotel Mar garet, Brooklyn, after a brief illness, Emily C. Burr, widow of Jamea H. Thorp. Funeral services st 2:30 ou l'ridsy afternoon at the Church of the Pilgrims. Bemsen at, WAl.LACE.-On Jan. 10, Mrs. A. O.Wallace, widow of Jefleraon Wallace, and daughter of tho late( Warren Harriot. F moral services at her lato residence, Whtteatone, I. L, on arrival of 2:32 train from Long Island City, Friday. Jan. 13. Carrlairca will meet train. WA rKIll. After a llnaerine illness, on Thursdsy, Jan. 12, 1S!H, at his residence. HI West 127th St., I William II. Waters, beloved husband of Sarah I Esther Ua'.eis (nee Lougstrcetl sud son of the late Bernard and Catherine Watera inee Searing). Belallres and friends sre Invited to attend the funeral from AU Saints Church, rorner Madison at. and 129th at, on Saturday, Jan. 14, at 10 A. M. Interment at St. Raymond'a Cemetery, Wnst Cheater. WATSON, On Jan 11, at the residence other daughter, Mrs. William B. Klntr. Summit, N. J Harriet A., widow of Richard U. Watson. Funeral from the honae on Saturday, on arrival of 1 :20 P. M. train from New York. tieclnl Jlotifcs. rUKPAHK for winter. Roebuck's Weather Ktnpa exclude the fold. Hole manufacturer lloebuck, 171 Xultun at.. New York, and 417 Hamilton av., Brook lyn. Telephoaea. Jim' 3?uulir.tttoite. W'BITINOS Or RPENCEB, Hniley. Tyndall. Bar win, Renan, Nordau, Heine. PRATT, nil nth av. aVnutrfl JftrnMtff. Harlem Branch UO 1VK8T lUlVTII STIIKKT RTIFICUr, "FLOWERS. - Wanted. ""pood rose makers; good pay. HKfALON. '',,l5',.tL.,, KVI.INil.blrl who can feed and learn to sew at 40 Cortlandt St. V ANTED-A thoroughly reliable, competent In v rant's nurse, about BOi country mo it of the year: German preferred : wages $20, must have ier aonal reference. Call Friday, 10 to 12, at it.", Wett nuth at. WANTED Yuuno lady for ofUce work. Address P. O. bo I 3 111, Uoboken. iomrtic ,Smant;J 3mttea. It Your Servant needs Instruction In the AH ol Cooking, Call her attention to this opportnnlty. This i-oupuu entitles a well-recommended ser vant to one free lesson at MRS, L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL, 332 cllh av., where nil branchea of cooking are taujm b) Airs. (I. Lemcke. SiIfAMIiERUAlDH, laiindresaea, rooks, Uo to anil, waltressL-a, kllrlioumalds, huusevtorkets, 2u tooke wtiti wash and iruu, lsuudresscs who do chamber workt Freui It, German, and KuglUli ladlra maids; Prutetaut nurses, butlers, second and third men, ikl ful men -.futed limiirdlsp-lr. Mrs, I, hEKLl, rut West 2Jd st , n no ills' lulr-itiog, .132 utu av, 'Telephone call 1W1 Midlist. r-UilPKlTJiT ook and laundress for family of V thl eo living one hum and twenty minutes from New York; shirts, collars and cuffs given out; good wagts: lefrrenrcs re.iulrrd, Mrs, L. aEKLY. 3.12 eih av. ClUAMBEKMAIUaiid waltirsa to go to Uacktusackj ' wages Slur best lefrrences leuulrrd. .Mrs. 1 M.V.I.Y, 3B2 nth av. pOQK, wages ir0 to gu to Philadelphia; kitchen i maid kept; rrferemeare julred Mrs, L HP.EI.Y, .ir.i nth av. (100K to no to Larctiinonti wcs -n. must have - references, Mrs, I- hEELY. iP.2 dill av. IjMKHl'-OI.AHH Hwedlah kluhcnniald; usees 120; A must be competent and have ltest references. Mrs. L. BELXY, 8M nth av. FRBT-CLASS waitress to goto Tmedo Park; wages I2U; best references required. klaaJ "rs. U HEELT, i)S2 eta ar. Wf A. at. ., jsf a, x -J- : , 1 - , ' i i The Personal Side of j RICHARD MANSFIELD A: ; nPHERE is no actor on the American v stage to-day whose personal side is so -i little known to the general public as Richard Mansfield's. ) j The public knows nothing of his outside doings, his amusements, his feelings or his 3 habits. It knows nothing of that gentler side ) that there must be in every one of great sensi- 1 1 bility. All that the public knows is that Mansfield j: is a man of gigantic energy and ambition, a man j j I of wonderful keenness and intellect. He is U J. known as a caustic, egotistic wit, severe in his '; denunciation of the ridiculous, intolerant of the i ; farcial and absurd. Sometimes, apparently, the jl; "man" appears inconsistent, and, without stop- jjj ping to think whether this inconsistency may ; not be a means of reflecting some of his inner ; nature, it is assumed that this is but "another ; j of Mansfield's' eccentricities." j GEORGE HENRY PAYNE gives a ) glimpse of the "man" behind the "actor" ' m this week's issue of f l! The Saturday Evening Post . j jlSl (OF PHILADELPHIA) j As Beau Brummel As Don Juan , The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia S j ; gomfjstic crvantsi Wautrd. FIIlST-CLaSB waitress; wages $20. must under stand her work; referencee required. MrsL. 8EELin3 Bill av, 1)B0TEbTANT laiindirss. willing to do chamber work, cood wages; reference! renulred. Mrs. L. bEFJ.Y. 352 dth ty. 1JB0TESTANT Infant's nurse, wages :u), fur a family living one hour from New Yorki lefer encea required. Mrs. L. HEELYSlB3iith av. CWEDfsiI rook toco lo AikoD. 8. C.j wages 4B to $50; must be competent and liavo best refer ences Mrs. L. pEELY, ar,2 Uth av. it'nutetl PnUs-lHechnniw, J:c. BOOKBINDERS. Two good finishers on printed worki steady. IlKltZOtf k EKUF. York and Wasblngton sts., Brooklyn. TJOOKBINDUns. Strong hm who ha v e" workedl u X) bindery. 1). S. BKASbll.. 4011 l'carl t. BLANK BOOK FlNIKHl'.H wanted. RICinitl) I'.VANb, Ii2 William st. iJBEE. We will mall free our latest catalogue hi plalnlnirnur new method of teaching the barbtr trade In eluht weeks; e guarauue io.ltions when tbrnngli, and donate a i omplet, outfit of tools upon entering. Write Moler's Barber Hchool, a;ta Bower). TOIIKUANIn bookbinder,-to take rare of folding -A department: statu referent,,, eapciience and salarr- FOBEMAN. baa I fill Hnn offlie, WANTKI By a dry goods commission house, a boy to learn the liusius.s, one residing with his Karents prifirred. Addreai, with rrferrncia, P. U. U HI, "WANTED Two llrat-class Joach body makers" v 171 Clymer st., Brooklyn, 'antrfl anairfl miflrclUntou0. AOENTH WANTED We siant an agent In every town to arcuro subscribers to THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL, to look afier renewals and dis tribute sdvertisiim matter. We oiler profitable em ployment for the winter also special rewards for uood work $l.u00wlll be iriven to tho aent send Ins the lara-eat list up to April in ncit; $r,uu to the neat best worker, and so on distributing $lI,rino anions "Oo beat agents tho comluix season, (limd par is assured every aizent whether he or she se cures one of the ettra awarils or not. TIIIJ OL'RTIB H'BLIHillNO CO.. I'lilladelphla, 1'a. AOENTH -Send for illustratedprleelist of orinlnal self cleansing water filters. II. SEED. 13 Centre st. MAN to earn $27 weekly, sen 10 stamps for a trial lessons. Cataract Electric Hchool, IluOaln. N. Y. ef ir,t-CIna SUlpetemalf. ARTIFK'IAL flowers; competent branched iroods dealuiier; Dowers and fealhers; Is open forru Kaueineuithlirhestref en nee furnished. DEaKlNKll, bos 1 10 Bun uptown oflkt, ll'i).', Broadway. A A. Menurapher and typewriter, rapid and . correct, would like a poaitinni satisfactory rnf. ereiice. Address HEBS1EI1. box 2J1 hunolllcf ClOOK, nllllnz to aaslat with laundry work: wages ' $2U; bist leferem-ei, K. I) , bua n2Hnun uptown Oder, I2ilf, Broadway I'.XI'lIltfKNCilC!) UKJIONSTHATOK and aalealaily lit almost any line ot busluess, such la grocery, perfumery, Ac , wanta a steady position: riot agency or canvasser; no objection t department stores; hlahest references; aalan moderate. A. K, boa Ilia Hun u tjn office. I'JI.'i Ilroailns). I?III8TCr.A8S Swedish cook, understanding It In all ' Its branchea; beat references. L. N., tov 04d Bun uptomi office, 12il." Urna.lway. J71R8T-CI.AB8 laundress, three rara In last place; wages $20; best references, M. T , bos 630 Una wptown office. 1285 Broadway. - I7IR8T-CLAM Oertnan rook; wages $S5 to $40, ei- I -I rellent referent es. L, 11., tea C3 Hun uptown I office, litis Btvadvay. I - - ' - irat-Clacs JUlp JFtmalrs. (JOOD plain family cook; understands maVinggiKid 1 desserts, bread, pastn. Ma-tlng, broil'ng. Kc , best references. M. C, box &.12 Sun uptown office, 12H." Broadway. I JERMVN traid, wages $2.'.; for a lady or grown - child; good eam.tress; best references. O. 8., box r,.i,t Sun mdown office, 12R1 Bruadwa). "AID and scamstreia; tliiroughlr competent. 1V1 best ref rences. M. W., box ."'11 Sun uptonti office, 120 Broadway. NEAT young girl as hambcrmaid and waitress; best referrncis, wages $1(1. M. II., box C4 2 Sun npti iw notlice. 120." Broad wa j . MUBSEto grown children; wages $lh; giK-d seam--Ls stress; best references. A. L-, lwx oil Hun up town office, 121IS Broadway. 1nOTKSTAST Infant's nurse, underetan'iisTioftle, feeding, Ae.; good references. M. C box r.ja Sun uptown ntlke, 12il." Broadway. rpflOIIOUUIILY enmi7tent ciiambnrmalifi wages k $2n. iimlersiands plain sevilug, bei,t referrnrcs. E. It., box Atr, Sun uptown office, 12't.", Broadwas . 'IMlOltOlKillLY loiiiiuirnt ook, wages $.!: no id s jittious ti coiintr , liest references, K, B . box 02li Hun uptown office, r.Ml.Mlroidway. rorN(l girl as chambermaid and waitress; ss.tn $1k: willing and obliging; best references. M, B, boxr47 him uptown office, r.'d.'i Broadway. ef iw-Clas; JRclp ftUalrjs. AN fnlellfgent. hober man. 40 )ears of ae. would like a position as watthnian or general utility man around a storo or building, hrst-elass refereme. Addrirs IIO.NEHT. box 221 Hunnltlcc. A TlOOli MANiDanlshi wishes a situation In a J stshle to lend Iioihcs, can gt good reference. C, CAIII.SEN, 12H Willow at , llobukeii. N J., care of mai htne store. A JAPANESE of good elurai t -r wanta situation lu private famllv to do housework. FRANK, il4 I'rnsiiert St.. Bniokl)ii. AS hKCOND MAN or valet by Englishman! good rltj reference-.. J. ROBINSON, 1 242 Broad w ajr HOOKKEF.l'Efi -I'raelleal aeirtuntanl. over 2,1 yean, with large jobbing house, wanta a position; good references. It., 1 r. Cherry St., I'.lUabelli, N. J, MIIIDLE-AOED MAN famlliir with Wall at and gwioral bunkitig urags, experiinced account ant, desires a a tu itieu. I. DHiLEY. 10 Wall st room 120. gtanofortcs, lOronntf, fit. POri'I.AIt l'KA.K I'lANOS. ion wmi 42D si' , Jfhr wi:sr or utu av. Dlieet rum inanufai tun r at competition priies: (asy terms: Iwigalus lu used plaiiot, $;.', up. Call or w rite fur ctafogiic. PIANOS Tuiiril, Itellteil uml i:c)iungeil. IM1U1UNS Ilcdiiced ptlcs m upright pianos, -1' rhlikerliig gruud, tir,u. eay uaymentn IIHIhT.il AN. IliUst Mlh st IARI1AINS-New uprt.'bt pianos. $12.',. al WIN. 1 -lr.UUOlll'H, Iliul-Uct 14th st. and IH.'.lh at.; open evenings. C'ORDON, new, H netavo $2iO.(Mt $7.00mo. I Second hand, 7t-.io.-ule $1M.OO Bargains-set. Jiid hand In.tatlmeuta. $li.0u mu. llet.ts. $3 (hi iipwanl llOlllHJN'H. lait r.lh a. IAI'.OE aasirtiiieiit. slightly used. $H0 to $ 125; rent J$3. small lnsullments, OuvrlerUros., inE I4thst. OPEN evenings. Bellsble Connor Pianos, high grsde; medium prices, asy terms, nutlng; ex changing. 4Etst42det. CTFlNWAY. $ ir.O: Weber. $1 iTi'uew tipfigbie. $121?; casy psymeuta. ilARMCUEIDFR, 17 East 14th at. Open evenings. - - , .m.ia.t J - -, - p pianofortes, (Ornans, dr. : j STUYVESANT PIANOS. I mii:ciai, ' INTIUIlll'CTOKY I'ltlCE, $185.00, either In rsshnreasy munthly psjments, for new case stjle "O" in Bo.ewouri finish. 7 octavess fully warranto!, durable, reliable and of good ton 1 iiidllty. This Instrument may be exchanged at any time , within five vo-irs rrum date of purchase foranevr ; Wr.BER PIANO or a new WIIKELM'K PIANO, when J n ftirallowiiuienlll be made, orlf exchanged within ( one i ar tin full jirieo will be allowed. Catalogi es and full particulars mailed free to any i address. j vve:i:e& ivAitiaitO(i'vi!!), Corner Fifth Av and Sixteenths!. 3 BRADBURY PIANOS I ai.d other renown -it makes prior to removal to the i new BltlUBI'BY III'II.IUNO Commencing now 8 und exlciidlng until our removal nn Feb l,weon I our eullie stock of now and used Plsuos at very lib- 3 eral rt dm tiunh fi'iui the usual prlcea. , a For those who are in sei.rch of exceptional bar- U gains In planus it would be wise to call at once, as i nothing will be rescried in this sale. " r...hITH..Mfr.,U.1PIITHAVE..TIIT. I Cxcurisions. : ns q Numerous tours In January snd fr "I fa m ti Q February, going and returnlna I JL &U1 JIllSli by diner nt routes. Naisal. Key M est, or llav ana, are optional. n Kf Tours In January and Feb- G 1'Ilil'linQ ruary inmblne a delightful n iPdlllCliUu rruiso in tho tropics with a, j A i harming round nf travel la i 9 Jamaica. I sdbv Rpeelal vestlbuled train, with lj lalOVlOO dining ear service, Inlorpretera. j ft, lUCAlLfU A' "tfer unuKiial faclUUea fna- i travelling leisurely snd with ! overy degree of comfort. j f n ( a Special vestlbuled trains. ' ) UnlllUiaU&a leave at frequent IntervaU for California. , : ' , i If A visit to Hawaii, our new pos. ) M'BTdT'IiTI session. Is one or the most da HC&W Clll Ilghtful Imaginable. A weak will Ihi dev otod to the volcauo trip, jf 'I Ins ijuamt and Interesting coun- ! HQUQbI r will liu seen during the season i U(&IJdl "I the iherrj' blossoms snd flower Jt lug shrubs, and many secluded nooks ami eorners will be vlslUd. Hawaii and Cblua ' ran also be Included f n ariableniulos, including Itoly B. l.VinYIOI I-oud. Northern Africa, and the ' , JLlUlUIJG '"Utluenl, and also North Oape. ; JL 'Die tu lets provide for superior 'I' accommodations. Slop-over privileges, ,i UUir iOttlS AVondlheWorl'd! lotlie Yellowstone. I the Rocky Mountain resorts, Alaska, Hi: Private, i j i ars furnished on ahoit notice. Railroad and steam- J ship tickets to all puiuts. Foreign cubango. Pass- T ports. i, ( Raymond & Whitcomb Tours aud Tickets ' "& 31 East 14th St . Futon Square. Wait, New Tart. j) "SobriHHINO. Steamer ANOI.KR Tues . Thurs.'at M Sundays, 2lst St., K 11, 7 2.1; Battery. 8.0j M fare, COc. AL. S OBtSB. 51