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'" , ?R"Pw(lWsPIl le ' . THE STJK, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1899. , 0. , j,EW YORK LEGISLATION. tvrr. i'Ars lucvonx matirr tout- UKSVKI IX TUB BUKATE. aoiterdnm Arenuo Ilallrnnd Trnek mil Ordered to Do Reported by Tliundity yfItAacinbly Fturi Blonne'a Fublle Amuirmrnt llltl A Illll to Provide Cooks for State-Troop When Cnlletl Out for Duty ,4Uist. Marsh 2. When the annual report . glate Supflntendontof Inauranco Louis F. Uia vm submitted to tho Legislature two iks ago It was roferrcd In tho Semite to the Insurance Oommlttee for Investigation and rerort To-day Senator Tarsons. tho Chalr- M 0( the committee, reported to the Senate that Mr Pnyn'a report was ono of tho most omPrehMisie thnt eror emanated from the dwirtment and that Its 'recommendations v(ra worthy of tho most serious consideration i-thelecHature. In making the report Bon itor Tarpons remarked thnt In all Pits egtsla tlt experlenco ho had nover soon such! an ibis ami concise report made by any Stato offlclal Uo said that as a legislator he had boa creitly Interested In questions -treating Insurance ami ho felt Impelled to congratulate Superintendent I'ayn upon his successful nd jnlnlstrntton'of tho Insuranco Department. Senator btrannhan said It was pleasure to tlioie Senatots who had voted to confirm tho romlnatlon of Suporlntondont I'ayn to noto Us conscientious discharge of tho duties of M ofitee Senators Raines. Draokttt. Krura. Coggeshnll and Oraily joined In pralso of Mr. Payn's ad ministration Tlio Somto was In session for ovor four houri ti-tlay. but no opportunity was afforded to consider tho recular calendar. Tho ses sion nai taken up entlroly In discussions of corporation bills The Sotii'o 1'lnaaco Committee reported Setntor MirshiH'a Tolephonu bill with tho tppropilitlon stricken out nnd asking that the nieasuro be roferrcd to tho Committee on Miscellaneous Corporations. Chalnnan His (tins or the Flnnnco Commltteo said that tho Jlleilanei us Corporations Committee nlroady hvl sevcnl telephone rate reduction bills In Its Do!n9-lon upon which a hearing was to t chen soon Ho thought that ono commit tee should consider nil tho bills upon this gueitlon Senators Marshall. Toloy, Elsberg and D. P. rmls opposed taking tho bill away fr.m tho Financo Commlttoo. but the motion to change Its reference was adopted hy a voto of .'fO to 17. Tho next interesting episode was nn endear orot ben itor Ford to force tho Hallrond Com nltteo tn make n reiwt within ono week upon his rastoidnm Avenuo bill. This moasuro riovMes thnt tho Ftrcot railroad tracks on Amtenhn. nvonue. In Now York city, between Beventv-second nnd l'JJith streets, shall not tome within twenty feet cjf either curb. The Metropolitan nnd Third Avenue Ilailroad com panies each opernto n double traok on the avenue, nnd tho Ford bill would compel thoso tracks to lie Intertwined, so tnnt no one track should bo within tho inhibited distance of the curb Senator 1'ordSadmltted to-ilny thnt ho thought If the bill was enacted it would com pel the two companies to come to nn agrce- 'nentand use the snmo set of tracks. Sena tor Ford's plea that tho Senate Instruct Its liallro-ul Committee to make a report upon tho measure by Thursday next resulted In his resolution to thnt effect being adopted by a unanimous vote, forty Senetors. Including Fenntor Haines, voting in Its favor. Senntur Haines explained that at no time when tho Amsterdam Avenue bill camo up In commit tee for consideration was there asufUdent rumber of Senators present to report It out. The Senate Judiciary Committee to-dny re port?! favorably the proposed amendment to thl Constitution which nasod the last Legis lature providing for biennial sessions of tho Legislature. Senator Bruckett and the Dem ocratic members of tho committee dissented from the favorable report unless tho amend ment was further amended. bhortly altorvvunl hepator Drnckett wanted to make nrov Uion for the passage before Tues day next of the Assembly bill Incorporating the village of Lnnslngburg ns nclty Senator Jtrackett said that, to be ofuny hencllt. tho bill would have to be passed tieforo the elec tion, which Is to bo held In 1 nnslngburg on Tuesday next. Tim Democrats havo mnde n party measure of the bill, henntor Brnekett evidently does not believe In the Republicans making n party measure of any bill, as ho has declined 10 accept tho dictum of the Republi can henatorinl caucus In maMnir tho biennial sessions amendment a partj iuestlnn. There fnre his Republican colleagues did not Join with him to-day in his efforts In behalf of 'he Lanslngourc City Incorporation act. but. on tho contrnry. tho bill was recommitted to tho Otic Commltteo for n hearing next 'lues duv afternoon on motion of benator Stranahnn. ssvmbl)man blo.ine's bill toprovenr unlaw ful dis-rimlnntlou In tho price charged for all mission to places of public amuaament was passed b tho Assembly to-day wlthouNlebate. The bill proposes to amend the Pennl Codo by adding thereto n now section to bo known as section .'IS.I. which Is to read ns follows: " If n person who owns, occupies, manages orci ntrols a building, park, Inclosurc or other P'ace, opens thu snmu to the nubile generally at ft ited periods or otherw lso, he shall not dis criminate against any person or class of per sons in the prlco charged for admission, under penalty of having ucii discrimination aeoinod a misdemeanor " The Assembly nlso passed Mr. Apgnr a hill providing thnt a memborof tho Common Coun cil of nni city shall not. during tho period for which ho was elected, bo capable of holding anr office under npnointmont or election brthe common Council the emoluments of w hleh are paid from the city treasury, nor shall he be in env vvuy financially Interested In nny contract the expeusoof which Is paid out of tho city treisun Aembl man Henry of Now York, who Is a Colonel on tlio military start of Gov. Roosovolt, to rtn intioduced n bill which nmends tho militiry code by providing that tho Governor shall not appoint nldes above tho rank of Colo Bel The bill furthor provides that tho Gov ernor may authorize the employment of cooks by troops on duty under his orders, or called otitlnnld of tho civil authorities, when such troops do not receive cooked rations, and such cooks shall receive ns compensation for their services the pay of corporals while so om jlorod The number of cooks to bo employed fhsll not exceed two for n company, troop or latti ry. ono for tho field and staff of a regi ment, ono for tho non-commlssloned staff of a regiment, one for tho hospital corps, one for the field music nnd one for the signal corps. The Governor may also proscribe the number of cooks to beemplojod for tho headquarters of tho National Guard, of brigades, battalions or squadrons, not parts of regimonts. all oooks while thus employed to be subjeot tn themlll- Ilarnodensfullyaslf they were regularly en lii il men of tho guard To the article of thocoderelatlngtotheartll ler a section is addod authorizing the employ ment of cooks for such branoh of tho sorvice, not to oxi eed two ton division, who shall re ceive the piy of gun Captains, second class, whilo so employed. The Governor Is nlso au thorized to prescribe the number of cooks to leeinploed forthe headquarters of tho naval mlllila. who shall be ns fully subject to tho military codo nnd artlcloof war as It enllstod men of the naval militia. Assemblyman Adlor to-day presented a bill to make it compulsory upon tho Street Clean ing Heiartment of New York city to employ extra drivers and sweepers directly rather than through contractors, and making their com tonsatiou J'.' pr day Inrtend of $1.25, as at Intent Tlio Dill nlso provides thatn member ffthe uniformed forcoof thu Street Cleaning department shall not bo removed except after charges h ive been preferrod and substantlnted ; a hi firing 1'owor lsglvon tho Commissioner oi bireot i leaning to punish vlolntorsof tho ruin ji the department by suspension forflvo oars torn first offenco. ton days for a second offence nnd fifteen days for n third offence, if.1!'" constituting tho officers and tho rank ?i,i """formed force aro deslgnnted In this pin, and tlio Commissioner of Street Cleaning eminwered to select officers from the rank pitP" uniformed force, but no promotion shall ie mnilH until such person tins previously !e"p(i for not less than twelve months In the ranks of tfo uniformed force, anil no person who Is not a voter or resident of the city of iork atthotlmoof appointment shall be aproiiitediotheStroet Cleaning Department. T Asseinblyinun Mntet's bill, to enable tlio ooiiiin Laboratory of Now York city to convey itappierti to Cornell L'nlverblty. was made n fl ml nleron third rending in the Assembly luriu iai morning next A similar dlspo ?' " wis in vie of Mr Lltehard's hill, rermlr '"k 'ti misjl hi merchants to cortlfy to tlielr v"iiigii ir .runods tlio names of persons to " Hi. suiienie pold and the amount ro c'l ''If riliesimo rr. V'"' 'X'f'm Doughty'r. bill, to prevent tlio fl'it n I jiie-holllng and fertilizing estab-iiiiihiii- within tho borough of llrooklyn, wns i -mi hineken from the Assombly third rend mi.. ' i ','hir. on motion of Assembly " i Mi hi own. on tho ground of its iiiv. ' '"mpiy wltlf c-onstitutioiial provt l,m r" "" to t Indication In tho tltlo of a , , . I'wrpos Mr Doughty desired to mi! J. ''." b'" recommitted to Iho Cities Com Pi 1? ,r;r wrrectlpn. but n ruling of Acting inW" r hftl ' deolareiL'he bill not legally n '";"' "vionof the Iimise A-oH-ecwd bill " later fircbonted by Mr. Doughty, which, by unanlmougonsent. wm advancod to third rending The bill hi ilealgnod to rid Barren Island of Its nulsancos. During tho progress of a cnllof tho Assembly tins morning, ordered tocorrnl nu fllolont mem tiers for tho transaction of leglslnttvo business, tho members Indulgod In many llttlo plens nntrlcs. Whoii Assemblyman (fnle, a somo wnat dlmlnutlvo ntntosmnn from Queens county, was presented boforo tho bar of tho House, by the Sergeant-nt-Arms. ono of tho mombors playfully suggested that ho bo lined o() by tho presiding o HI cor. Asscmblvmnn Groen offered nsn substltuto for this sugges tion thnt, In order thnt tho Ilonso might be con sistent with Its action of yesterday In passing Mr. Hnllock's bill tomnko punishable by n (Inoof $500 the catching of on ntidnrslred lobstor. tho Hergeant-nt-Arnm bo fined for catching Gnlo. To this Mr Galo replied that ho had always renllred thnthowasundorslred. but not until ho was elected to tho Assoiubly did he recog nize himself ns a lobster who had been thrown Into a legislate o lobster pot. Thoso bills were pnssod Mr. BniUr', sllowlnc a Judge, of the Municipal Court of the cltrof Hew 'York to grtnt n onler to ulacharg a levj upon per. mil pmperty msilo bv virtus of an oxfLiitton l.sued upon a judgment which ) been appealed froin whem a bond ha. been filed to aeenre the aaiur. Mr. Dirnnan'a, repealing chanter 711 of the Lava of lHtu, generally rrioilattng the commitment, caro and support of destitute, ami ilellmiuent children In Klnuacoitntv, Senator I'arsoiia's, pniv Wing that no rompany shall be herearteroruaulreu undorthe laws or this State for the transaction of flrn or marlno lnsuraiii luiil nesa with a smaller capital than $200,000, Those bills were Introduced: BonatnrOeodsell, making It a mtmlemeannr to al low the operation of a stationary .team holler with less than two water ulasses.snplaceilthereonthatlho paatago to and frJin the t oiler Is separate from the Interior of i ach wster glas.. so that they can trallly tie compared and the tiue height uf the water In the boiler ascertained. Htiintor Ahearu, providing that otonf tho members of acommlsalon of c.tltnate apt olnted lu proceed Inc. to acquire lanu. for public purposes lu ew York city and of commissioners of estimate and assessment appnintcdln strect-oiienluc proceedings, shall unKiontmctlng lullilerof not less than live 5 rim' oiperirnce, positive lyingautil in the building business. Uenator Oraner. fixing tho salary or the Mount Vernon Mayor at tl.ooo anil of the Aldermen of tho city at tr.00 Ssnatorilrackett, providing for tho acknowledge ment and proof of the oxei mlon of instruments In writing and to facilitate tho taking of oaths and anirmatlona by porsons tn Cuba. Porto IMco, Guam, IJawsll. and lu tho Phlllpplno Islands B nstnr Elsbirg. cnipowirliig th" State Inspector of (las Meters, Instead of the Now York cltr Commis sioner of Public HutMIng. Lighting nnil Hupplles, to tetgas meters In New York city, aud authorlilng tlm Stat Inspect) r of Uaa Meters to emploj ton mo chanies to aslst him and his deputies lu their work, at a compensation not exceeding $J r,0 for each working la). Mi. Palnn r. amending the Code of Civil rroccduro by prohibiting au attorney from practlc Ing in any caust. either civil or criminal, being trlid in any court bpfore bis law partner or clerk. Mr. limit an, raising the ealarli-s of the chief atimdanta of theOurtof (leneral8esalons of Now York city to $l,fioo from S1.200. Asscmblymnn Palmer, tho Democratic lcador. to-day Introduced Senator Donnelly's Autl Monsterblll. Tho Assembly Cities Commltteo will to morrow report favorably Assemhlvman Col lier's bill to prohibit the enlo ot antitoxin nnd other so rums by the Health Department of tho cltyot Now York, which under a provision of the charter they aro now allowed to do Other bills to bo favorably reported by this cominlttooto-morrow are Assemblyman S aro bill to prevent fraud in tlio sale of theatre tickets by providing that no greater rate than tho published scale of prices shall be chaigod for nny sent or ticket of ndmlssion to such a Idace of public amusement: A"semblvmnn Irennnn's bill, providing for redisricting the municipal ourt illstr'cts or tho borough of Ilrooklm nnd the creation of nlnn nildltloml Justices, two to bo appointed nnd soven to bo elected at tho noxt general election In (ho greater city, and Mr Wilson's hill, providing forthe appointment of but one Commissioner of Records in tho county ot Kings. The Assembly Public Education Commltteo will to-morrow favornbly report Assomblvman Murphy's bill, prov Idlng that on nil appointive Boards of TMuestlon at lenst ono-thlrd of tho members hereafter appointed shall bo women. CO.M.llITTEE HEAltlXaS. Arguments l"or nnd Agnlnat Ford's Illll to Tax Frnnchisoa n. Itenl Estnte. Auuny. March 2. Senator Ford's bill, which alms to tax ns real estate the fianehlsea of street railroads, gas and transportation corporations, had another hearing this after noon before the Senate Commltteo on Taxa tion and Retrenchment. Thoso who nppeared In favor of tho measure woro Prof. Henry Clark Johnson of Now York, representing the Knights of Labor: Dr. William J. O'SullIvan, the legal adviser of the Central Federated Union of Now York city, and John G. Agar. John Do Witt Warner and Henry Do Forest Baldwin, representing tho Reform Club ot New York city. In opposition to the measure there nppeared Charles A. Collin and Col. Timothy 8. Williams, representing the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company; David McClure. who ap peared for the Consolidated Gas Company: W. R. Hronk, for the Mutual Gas Company of Now York city, and Judge Charles F. Drown, who appeared on bohnlf of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company. Heprosontatlvos of street railroads ot other cities wero also on hand. Mr Collin nrguod that tho corporations af fected by tho bill have always paid their full quota of taxes, not only on tho .full value of their franchisee, but on other property. He declared that the Ford bill. In taxing the per sonal property of corporations as real estate, wns unjust to the corporations, as then no re ductions for indebtedness could be made from tho assessed value thereof ns is the case In the asessment of the personalty of the Individual. Ho asserted tint tho bill. If ena'tcd, would re duce the nsse'sment of the personal property of each corporation ns much as It would In crease tho assessment of real property, nnd thereforo Its elfeet would bo a nullity. Ho urged that the bill wns defectively drafted and that Ic was just such legislation ns this which is driving capital out or tho State. A final hearing on the bill will be given next Thurs day. The Assembly Commlttoo on Labor nnd In dustries to-day heard arguments pn Assem blyman Redlngton's employers liability act. which provides that tho use by an employer of defective machinery shall be presumptive evidence of negligence on tho ran of the em ploer. notwithstanding tho fact that tho em ploj eo continues working with Knowledge of the unsufo condition of the machinery Ham ilton Harris and Lewis i: C.irr. representing the New Yotk Central and Delaware and Hud son Railroad companies, respectively, ou possd tho bill. Mr. Carr told the commltteo that the present laws of negligence gave tho employee all tho rights which should bo legally his with respect to the carelessness or ncgll genco of tho master, and that to placo uion the latter the added burden which the Welling ton bill Imposes would be n gross Infraction of justice. John Hooley. representing the Federation of Labor, and Assemblyman lb 1 lngton advocated a favorablo report upon t hill. No action was taken. , Assemblyman Maher s bill, to limit tho c . fee ot the policemen of New iork city to eight hour a day was discussed before the kseemhly Cltlos Commlttoo to-day. Mr Maher presented a commlttteo from tho .Patrolmen's llenovolont Association of Now York city, con sisting of Willlnm llronnen. John Hitter. George Akorly and William H. Malcolm, who. with their attorney. James h. Durossof New York, ured a favorablo roport upon the bill. They told the committee that Iho bill contem plated for New York city a step In advance which had been tnkon bi the leading cities of this country. Including Chicago. Boston and Clnclnnntl. In all of which eight-hour dars had been ndonted for tho pollen. Thosj who favored the uiennun. aftorward had n confer ence with Gov. Hcoaovelt The Assembly Committee on F.loetrleltv. Gns mil Water Supply listened to-dny to As seinblimnn Julius llnrburger's plea for n fa xornb'e report up.n his bill for Is) cent gas In New York city and b W It Hronk. represent lng tho Now Yotk Mutual Gas Company, and Henry Thompson of tho Standard Gas Com nnnvof New iork The latter said that tho Legislature. If ft enacted legislation on this subject this year, would prevent tho cnrrylng our of the plan adopted by the gas companies of Now Yoigof cutting tho prlco of gas an nually until $1 gas was reached. The Senate Commltteo on Miscellaneous Corjiorntlons this afternoon gave a hearing on Senator Marshall's bill regulating telephone rates and providing foi a Htato beard, com prising tho Atto-ney-General. Ktnie Comp troller and State Treasurer, ns a commission to supervise tho same This measure has been before the Legislature for several yr.irs past nnd many of those who favor It hsvo also been In Albany during previous sessions endeavor ing to advnnco Its passage. Those who ap peared In fav-r of the bill to-dav were I rank H. Gardner. Sllns M Glddlng". G Wnldo Smith. D. O Osgood and L. J. Callnnnn. reprei-entlng the Now York City Heard of Trade and Trans portation; Dr. Goorco . Brush of Brooklyn. Dr. William Murr. representing the Newjprk city Druggists, and II M. V alters. Ldwnnl J, Onvegnn. Andrew Prttterson. William r litis hell nod Amasa Lyon, who appeared on behalf of ho Merchants and Manufacturers -Hoard of Trade of Now ork city. They nrgued that tho present telephone rates could almost bo cut In two and still leavo n sufllcleiit margin of profit. They urged that the pooplo of the Stato demanded n reiluctirn In the telephone rates. Tho other telephone rate reduction bills wero also Incidentally discussed Filling Vncniiclrs In fltnlc Ilnnrd of Chnrltlej. Ai.danv, March 2. Gov Roosovolt to-day gent In to tho Senate tho names of former Attorney-General Simon W Hosendale of Albany, Democrat, and Dennis McCarthy of Syiacuee. Jtepuultean. to flll the two vacancies exist ng on the State Board of Charities When tho nomLutlopB xtiftp received in Ui SawUo they wewrrtlerHiti. etfru&vdxm. J t--. JJSSaMSnbMIMJBPSSMajsl POISONED COLOGNE SENT. ALSO A l'ACKAOB OV CASTtT niltECTEB TO itlHH TIMVAXT. Ilnpplly fihe Did Mot Vie Any of the Co logne, but Promptly Took It to n Hrug gist, nnil the Cnndy Wns Stopped In the l'oatonice Mysterious Letters Itecolred, MIsi Marie Kthtl Tlmpany Is a young wo man who asserts that an attempt has been mado to poison hor. MIs4, Tlmpany Is 17 rears old. nnd lives with hor narents at 510 Seventeenth street, Brooklyn, Tor tho past four months she lias beon receiving letters through tho malls, ftgncd with the namo of Matthew Clark of A)&K Sixth avonue.Brooklyn. At the snmo tlmo Mr. Clark has beon rocolv lng mysterious communications, slgnod with the names of Mies Tlmpany and her mother. The totters received by Mr. Clark have boon harmless enough. One notified him that Mtss Tlmpany had committed suicide by taking car bolic ncld: anothor Invited him to the young womnn's funeral. A numbor of othors ao oused htm of getting too cay with othor girls, nnd still others suggested n chango In his mode of living. Miss Tlmpany and her mother describe the letters sent to the former at "scurrtllous. In sulting nnd Indecent." Suoh lottora as thoy could produce yesterday, however, wero merely slllr. The worst thing Bald In those seen by n Sun reporter jostcnlay was: "Oh, I know whero you went yesterday afternoon." a black Insinuation, according to Mra. Tlm pany. It won about a month ago that a bottle pur porting to contain cologne was sent to Miss Tlmpany. Tho young woman took It to u druggist nnmod Frederick at Eighteenth street and Ninth avenuo. Mr. Frederick, said It was u mixture otcarbollo acid, vitriol and cologne. Miss Tlmpany said: "Oh. my, they're trying to kill mo now," nnd wont homo and told hor mothor about It. Mrs. Tlmpany went to Sub Post Ofllce V, at 3W Ninth street, and com-"' plained to Superintendent B. F. Conlln. Mr. Conlln made nn Investigation, and found that tho letters to both Mtss Tlmpany and Mr. Clark hml been mailed at Ninth avenuo and Seventeenth streot. Mrs. Tlmpany said that the letters and tho botllu of poison had drlvon her daughter Into nervous prostration. Mr. Conlln agreed to hold all letters nnd packages that camo for Miss Tlmuany after that, Mrs. 'Ilinpanv B.Ud she would call regularly for tho innll bet self. , Three or four more letters came, nnd finally, about it week ngo, a package. Mrs. Tlmpany called for the paokage. on which there was 40 cents postngo duo. bho decided on considera tion to leave it whore it was. Mr. Conlln oponod tho package and found It contained candv Ho told Mrs Tlmpany of this und she told her frlonda that a second attempt had been mado on her daughter's life, this tlmo by sending poisoned candy to her through the malls Tho candy Is nn Innocent-looking lot ot sweots nnd has not yet been subjected to chemical analysis On Tuesday night Mr. Tlmpany came home nnd found crapo tied to Ibis frontdoor bell. He wont Into the house and asked It anybody was dead. Tho cr.vpo turned out to be a white apron torn into strips nnd tied togothor nt tho top by a bl.ick bow made of n strip of skirt binding Tlio noxt dav Mr. Tlmpany put the whole mnttor Into tho hands of Post Ofllce Inspector Lewis, who Is Investigating. All of tho letters received by .Miss Tlm panv and Mr CI rk appear to bo In the samo handwriting Tho addressos on the vaokazo of enndv nnd on the boxcontnlninir the bottle of poison nre nlso similar. A letter which Miss Tlmpany wroto to Mr. Clark some tlmo ago was shown to tho young woman nnd sho dt nouncod It as a forgery, bhe was afterward convinced that sho really wrote this letter, bhe nnd her mother talked freely about the matter jostenlav. Thoy had no hesitation In deviating that thoy suspei ted a former girl friend of Miss Tlmpany nnd two other women ot being the nutliots or the vvholo trouble. '1 ho former eld friend, they said, was In lovo with Mr. Clark and Mipected MIsTlmpanvof be ing engaged to blm. Honenlousv. they be lieved, hud led her to t iko this means to be rid or her rival. As a matter of Tact, thev said. Sir. Clark Is nothing moro than a friend. The former girl frlond had this to say on the subject- ' That girl's crazy. She's been sending let ters 'to herself. By the way. put it down that I'm not In love with Mr Clark " Mr. Clark said esterday that he was merely a frlond or Miss Tlmpany. He had not sent tho offending letters or tho paekngea. Col. Frothlnglinm Promoted. Aijia. Y.March 2 Col John B. Frothlnglinm of Brooklyn, who for tn enty-flve ears has been Colonel nnd Chief of Staff on tho staff of Brlg. Gen. McLeer, commanding the Second Brigade has been brovctted Brlgadlcr-Genornl by Gov. Roosovolt on account of his long nnd faithful Borv ice of a Quarter of n centur Gen. Froth lnglinm has n fine mllltar record, dating back to lwil. when ho participated in the Bull Hun campaign us a private in tlio 1 ifth Mnssnchu setts volunteers He joined tho National Git ird In 1WM) ns n prlvnto lu tho Twenty-third Heglment. serving continuously with that organization until lrtSl. during which tlmo ho roso to a Liouti nnnt-t'oloneicv. He wns bro vctted Colonel in June. 1S8 1, and bus servod ns Assistant Adjutnnt-Genornl anil Chief of Stall on Gon. McLcer'a staff from lhSJ to date. Stntn Dentil Ilnte Inrrenaed by firlp. Albany, March 2 There were 12,421 deaths reportod to tho Stato Board of Health during January, an averngo dally rate of 400 The numbor of deaths exceeds that of January, 1S08. by 2.800. Trom ncuto respiratory dis eases noarly H.OOO deaths were reportod, 700 moro than In December nnd 1,200 more than In January. 1HSIH. Tho Increase has been ehlollv In pneumonia and ncuto bronchitis, which caused 2.1 per cont. of the total doaths. Tho most of this increnso Is duo to tho prevail ing epidemic of grin, trom which it was esti mated that 1,800 ilcathscame InDocombornnd 3,000 in Jnnunry Tlio mortnlltv was rela tively greatest In tlio rural parts of tho Stato. thu city of New York, wl'h half the entire pop ulation, having but !()() of tho 2,800 Increasod mortality ov or last January. Til Governor to Attend the Tnla Alnmnl Dinner fAi.BAVY, March 2 Gov. Roosevelt goes to New York to-morrow morning. He will attend the dinner of Yale Alumni Asssoclatlon In Brooklyn to-morrow night and respond to a oast on "Yale In tho war." This Is in fulfil ment of a long-standing promise mado by tho Governor to Jack Greenvvay of lalo. who was one of his best lieutenants, tho Governor says, In the rough riders Tho Governor will prob nbly not return to Albany until Monday morn ing Col Tn-ndwoll, tho Governor's military secretary, will accompany him to New York. William Keottgh Removed from Office. Albany, March 2 Col Partrldgo, Superin tendent of Publlo Works, to-day announced the removnl from ofllce of William Keough of New York city. Inspector of Stnnm Boilers under tlio Inland Water Navigation law. As to the cause forthe removal Col. Partrldgo would say nothing further than that it was "m tho publlo interest " Tlio oflleo comos within tho com petltivo sehedulo of tho civil service The salary Is S.'l.tKX) a ear. Court Cnlrmlars This Day. Appellate Division Supreme Court Recess. Supreme I'ourl Appellate Term. Ait Journed for the urm. Huprema Cnirt Special Term Part I, MoUon rait Hilar railed at in an A. M. Part 11 Kx-parte matteia Part III. Motions Part IV Case tin. Iiulhel Law und fait Noa 12Uri, 177l, 1K17, .Mil.'., MID J4't?. I pro. U7II. K3.I, 1,-tJ. 1M11, ihoo. Hit) 8IU,ICH, lli.'.U, lull, '.'ll.'IS, 211U, 2WH, ICS, JI.1I, I'll.'. JIHIH. 1'IM, J17H, 21S0, J I I'O, 2111., Mill. JlOil 3OS, 2.H8. S24I, S.'SI, J2HH, 2J7IV 3.7II, SI74, 2.1MO, 2ls, XHHf, 2JIKJ, 2400. 2(01, 2401, 20r, 240H, 241)7, J400, 24ia, luiiJ, 144.1, judo, :77. 2iir. 2ii.'.. Purl V Char. Cases from J art IV. Part M ( li ar. Taics from Part IV. Part VII Clear hlo valid railroad casea Trial Term.--Part II, Clear, Iri'terrnl caune-Nos. 7Mil, nnoi, 7nr,5. mill, 7IIHI1. HUSO, 4K03. 714H, "Wilt, H 173, KOIli, 7DS4, MM. IIJ.'.'I, IIMill, USUI. 7434,71111, 87111. 7H86, H178 eUlKI, H212, 7IKI2, 8S4I,H33B Part III, Csaa unfinished Ko 37ll0, 2llU, 2(101, 20511, 0MB. IHH. h'.'lll. 4U42 4071 HH24, 2H4U, lljtf, 264.2, 27M, 2 11. 460',. -'742. nlMlM. 2574, BIOS Part IV t!a. uiif.nl hi rl. Cai s from Part III, IartaV anil VI Adjourni-d for the tirm Part Ml. Clear. h. K101. 117, S'V.'O. .'31U, 74",, JfilJ, tl.'ll.', HH'O Sii.17, 2.1211. fiKH, 1HIII, iri.VJ, 3II1H, 23IIJ, 2J1I). M10II, 24, IUJ7, 27N4. JHIIS. 2HiU. - lill.anOlt, liil.l, 1I4 I .IH44, JU47. JSJ'i Part VIII Clear, (asm from Part VII. Part IK.-Cliar, Owes from Part MI. Part . Case uiitliilsheil t'aiea from part Ml Part M Adjuurin.il for the term. Part XII. Case uurluiahi'd, Casisfiom Part II. rlurrouate'H Coint Ctiambera -Motion calendar called at 111 an A M Jvu.iiai, ealato or llerubard VValtlicr, at 12 51. 1 Uo 327. estate of Kllzabrth H, Koetter, at 4 30 P lu. I"or probate VV 111. of Wil liam Murplii, at in A M i Harriet 1. ilelvllle, Jamis Machean. IA Martin hiott. Katu Hmltb, William T, II) nu, Thoiniis Marron, Unadllla Owini, Mary H. M, Buillh, at 10 .10 A M TrlalTerm No day oaleuilar. CIO Court 8pi rial Term. Courtopeusat 10.30 A, M. Motions Oiueral Term. Adlouriied si no die. Trial Trw. Parts 1 , II., Ill aud IV,- Adjourned for the term. Court of Appeal! Calendar. Albikt. March 'J. Court of Appeals calendar foi to-morron, hoi, 77V, 7tV. 1370, 640, 250, 70J, 087, I and 016, a 31IIS, COOT'S 8ECOXD XltXATm A. Jury Obtained Yesterday, nnd the Tnklng of Testimony "Will TJegln To-Uny. AMiakt, March 2. The second trial of Mrs. Margaret E. Cody, tho ngod woman who was Indicted on tho chargo of blackmail preforrod by tho Gould heirs, was begun In tho County Com t In this city to-dny. Miss Holon M. Gould and party woro orosont In tho courtroom as In terested spectators throughout tho day. Tho Gould lawyors. Do LancoyNlcoll. John D. Lind say nnd D. D. Duncan, woro on hand to assist tho prosocutlon. A jury of nvornge) Intollt genco was socurod boforo tho court nd journed this nftornoon. and the tiklne of testimony will begin to-morrow. Tho jury beforo which Mrs Codv will lie tried la mudo up ns follows; Thomns 1. Jjoebo or Albany, ndenlor In bloyclcs; Wlllnrd D. ltless Ing of Hurstvllle. n fnrmer; John DeU of Albany, erockory; Charles M.lrnk ot Knox, farmer; licwls Dungerford of Altaniont, car penter; William McKnrland of Albany. clork; Charles J. MoDonough of Albany, contractor; Edward MeGrathot Albany, moulder: Uobort Steward of Kenpselaorvlllo. farmer; Thomas Hhaughnossvof Watorvllet, bottler: Charles II. White ol Puller's Station, larmor: Matt how yVaehtorof Green Island. mason, Tho oxantluatton of tniesmon In tho effort to securo n jury took up tlio entire day. Tho main objeot of tho attorneys, on both sides was to dlseovor how much previous knowledge of the case was possessed b tho men examined, and whothor thoy had already formed nn opinion No jurymen wero accepted who woro nfllllnted with corporations or who woro In possession of auflleiont property to warrant their being called capitalists. Tho trial Is ex ported to last through thn remainder of tills week nnd part of next, and will bo equally In teresting with tho Mrst trial In Decani ber last, which resulted In n disagreement of the 'jury. Miss Gould, who wns on hand to-dny ton mlnutos beforo tho court oponod. wore a black tallor-mado gown, with heliotrope silk nt tho throat, nnd a small black toauo trimmed with ostrich roathers. Sho carried a mink mull and boa and a black Inco fan. Among tho numer ous witnesses present In tho court was lJavltl Carvnlho. tho handwriting expert. lie testi fied on the first trial of Mrs. Cody. CIVIT. BKItVICB Rnvonr. No Lowering of the Standard of Merit Ex aminations Under tlio lllnok lav. Albany. March 2. Tho report of the State Civil Sorvtco Commission, eubmlttod to the Legislature to-day. sayB that, contrary to an gplnlon which Is Quito prevalent, there has been no lowering of tho standard for merit ex aminations since tho passago of tho Black law of HOT. During tho year lOtsoparato exami nations have been hold and 3,072 candidates examlnodlu the competitive morlt class and 2,184 In tho non-compotltlvo class. That tho morit examinations aro mooting tho views and requirements of tho heads of departments Is shown In tho fact that tho tondoncy of tho bonds of departments or nppolntlng officers to select those standing nt tho head or the merit lists has greatly Increasod. Indicating that any further examination for fitness Is unnecessary. "It Isnowconoedod by all that the experi ment of duplex examinations provided for in tho Black law has not been generally satisfac tory. Tho division of tho examinations bo as toglvo appointing or ofllcers the oxcluslvo as certainment of one-half tho I'lemonts In mak ing up the relntlvo standing of competitors hns not been satisfactory In practice. Itseumbrous methods havo doterred thoso on the merit list from attending tho subsequent fitness ex aminations, und so have destioyed that fair and enuitnblo eomiotltlon contemplated by tho constitution. Without nny further expression regarding on experiment that has not been useless In Its demonstrations, tho commis sioners bollevo that better results In all re spects are nttalnablo by giving them solo juris diction of all examinations and conferring pn appointing ofllcers tho right to select from tho three highest names 911 the eligible list vylth a subsequent probationary trial of tho selected person In actual service." wifk 3iDitnt:nnrt nitAUX's appeal. nis Plen for n New Trlnl Argued Uefore tbe Court of Appeals. Albany, March 2 Tho Court of Appeals to day lUtened to arguments on tho appeal of Adrian Braun of New York city, who Is In Sing Sing Prison awaiting death for the murder of his wife on Mnrch 5. 1H '8. Braun was serving a torm In Sing Sing Prison at tho tlmo of tho murder. His wife was on n slt to him. He was employed In tho potato-peeling depart ment, and had In his possession two knives used In peeling potatoes when ho went to seo his wifo In tho waiting room. At tho termina tion of tlio time niioirca lor too interview uy .the prison rules, which had boon extended flvo 'minutes, nnd during which there had been no evidences of a dispute, Braun stAbbed tho woman In the neck several times, and sho died within u few mlnutos. John P. Bronnnn nrguod tho caso for Braun and District Attorney O C. Andrews of West chester county for tho poople A now trial Is askod on the ground that Improper ovidenco was submitted on tho trial nnd material mat tors excluded; that the testimony presented does not hhow premeditation, nnd that It was an error to inks from tho dofond.int the right tonttack tho credibility ot Witness benub. u convict In tho prison, on whom tho prosecu tion rolled to prove premeditation. Mil. FAlJtCIIILD ZiKCLlXES OFFICE. Gov. Roosevelt Offered to Appoint Him on the Stnte llomd of Arbitration. Albany. March 2. Tho Hon. Charles S. Fair child of Now York, becrolary of the Treas ury In President Clovoland's first Cablnot (succeeding the Into Danlol Manning), hns de clined Gov. Iloosevelt's offer to make him a member ot the btnte Board of Mediation and Arbitration to succeed William Purcoll of llochestor. Gov. Itoosovelt In offering tho place to Mr. Falrohlld Bald ho wanted to np poiut a Democrat. Mr. Falrchlld In declining tho place says that he didn't voto for tho last Presidential candidate of tho Democratic party, and besides he voted for itoosovelt and the en tire Bepuhllcan State ticket last fall. 80 Mr. Falrchlld concludes that he oannot be consid ered a Democrat as Democrats are known those dars. KEAT. ESTATE XEWS. Interest In tho realty market yesterday was divided between tho private sales reported and tho Important offerings In tho auction room. Two Important private sales wore reported. The twelvo-story morcantllo building. No. 608 Broadway, was sold by Southack .t Co.. and tho plot on the west slilo ot Broad way. 20 feet north ot FIfty-flrth street, which was bought by Hnmorsohlng ,t OpDenhelmornttho Eno estate sale, was resold b thorn to Peter Wagner, who will orect a twelve-story npartmont hotel on the site. This Is tho first resaleofunypareolortheI.no estate. Hugh J. Grant took tltlo from Mary A. Yerkes yesterday to the property on the east sldo of Fifth avenue, rtO f-et south of Sorentleth street, y0xl75, for a consideration of $155,000, Prlvnte Hale.. Frederick Southack A. Co. havo sold for Henry Corn tho ncwtwolve-story mercantile building. No fiib Broadway, to tho O'Donohuoostnto It is understood thot tho throe-story brick build ings, on lot -rJxri5, Nos 107 nnd 1011 Wnter street, nro taken In pnrt pavmoiit Tho entire tiurisnetlon Involves about slUO.OOO. Frederick Zlttol has sold for Homerschlag A. Oppenhelmer the plot. 77 4 on Broadway, with 1111 "I," 25 feet In width on Flfty-flftli street, on tho west sldo of Broadway at) feet north of 1 lfty-flfth streot. to Peter Vi ngner, for nbout $160,000 Tho solium bought tho proporty nt tho Fnn Hale for SfM.000 I, J Phillips A. Co havo sold forG. F. John son .fc Sons tho four-story brlek and stone dwelling, on lot 21xl(Ki5, No 28 W'ost Sixty ninth htrcot. for nbout $..10,000. N Ilrlghnm Hail has sold for tho estate of Mary A Loo, to Hellner A Wolf, tho four-story and basemont browustoiin dwelling, on lot 28 xU4.li. No rjiiKnst Eleventh street. Herbert A. Sherman has sold formnry O. Hnveiuoyor, to Grant li Schley, tho three story stnble, on lot 26x100. No. 108 F.ast Sixty sixth street, for about $50.1100 J. B Ketcham hns sold for John It. Hall the three-story brownstone-front house, on lot 20.1x00x100 11. No i:r. W'ost 121st streot, to Thomas VV Byrne, for $25,000 George P Johnson A Sons have sold to Mrs. L. Kaufman tho two-story brick nnd stono house. No 1122 Dawson street, for $8,500. J, W A A, A. Teets havo sold the three-story hrownstoiio dwelling on lot 18x100, No. 354 West 120th street. LnulsLoso hn bought from Mary E.Demp soy the old frnmo dwellings, on plot 50 5x100, Nos 2J70 and 2281 1 Irst avenue. Mnndelbiium A I.owino havo bought the two buildings on lot OHxIW, Nos. 142 und 144 East Fourth street llelluerA. Wolf are reported to havo sold a five-story building on tho south eldoot Eigh teenth street, betw con Fifth avenuo and Broad- Fe'rdlnnnd Forsch has hought tho plot. BOx 1 111. on the west side of Third avenue, about 80 feet south of 170th street Auction Hnlea. At the Now York Ueal Estate Salesroom yes terday D. Phrrnlx Ingruhtiui A Co sold. In fore closure, tne live-story brick tint, on lot 25x 100 5, No 307 W'et Sixty-eighth street, to the plaintiff, Thomas If. Bauchle, for 312,000. James L. Wells sold, In foreclosure, the two toirfromo dwelling, on lotlU.8x7U.5xl7x70.3, EVER AT THE TOP. New York CltUen. Are Justly Proud ot Their State. Whooror hns Been tho long RtAtietlcnl tables doslfriiod to etinw tho condition ot commerce, manufactures and fiiiinlncr In tlio Bcvornl States must hnvo noticed In how ninny cases Now York is at tlio top or tlio column. 8I10 Ib fnr from being tint largest Htato In men, but sho Is Ineoiitest nbly tho trreutest lu wealth nnd otitoi prlnc. If Intellectual riches wnllil lio hIiovvii by Ilg urea Now York would ntfnln bo nt tho top. A notnblo nroduct of Now York bcIoiico cotni'8 from ltocliCBtpr. It Is n medlcltinl stimulant prescribed by ph.VHlclnns In lios pltnl and private) pmetlco, nnd comtnondod oy thorn for lioimeliolil line. Duffy's Ptiro Jlnlt Whiskey Is Its unnio. 'Wliiter In tho Ltnplro Btnto Is sovuro nnd full of sudden chnnires. That Is why tho lienlth board re ports In tho sovornl cities show tho preva lence of pneumonia, bronchitis, olourlsy nnd other diseases that begin In "n llttlo cold." Duffy's Purr) Malt 'Wlilskoy Is without n peer in breaking up a cold. I'lcnso do not confusa It w Ith ordlnnry whiskies that nro not moroly without vnluo ns medicine, but nro positively Injurious. Tho Government taxes Duffy's ns npropilotnry medicine. No other vvhisKoy is so tuxod. Adr. No 2134 W nshlngton avenuo to Josoph E. But torworth for $4,181. lllcbard V Harnett it Co. Bold, by ordorot executors, the three-story brlek building, on lot 25x87,0. No. 72 Homtlo street, to Henry Kolin for $10,050; also, by ordor of recclvor, two thrco-story and ono flvo-story brick build ings, on plot 115x08 P. Nos. 42 to 40 Kast Twenty-eighth streot, to Boehm A Bnohm for $08. 000; also tho flvo nnd 0110 story brick build ings, on plot U5xP8li. Nos. 45 nnd 47 East Twenty-sevonth street, to Boehm t Boehm for$4.'t,500; also tho two and ilvo story brick and framo buildings, on plot 75x113 0, Nos. 30 and 41 East Tvvonty-srvonth street, to Mnndelbaum t Lowlno for $50,000; also tho twoaud flvo story brick buildings, on plot 50x HMO. Nos. 35 nnd 37 East Twenty-seventh stroot, to Newmnti Cowen for $30,250; nlso tho three-story brick and frame buildings, on plot 50x08 II. Nos 3111 nnd 318 East Twenty sixth street, to A. Groenberg for $18,850: nlso tho two-story brick stables, on plot 05x081). Nos 428X to 4')2 East Tvventl -sixth street, to G. M. Smith for $10,500; also tho buildings, on plot 50xf)8 )), on the north sldo of Last Twenty-fifth street. 450 feet east of First avo nuo. to G. M. Smith for $12,000. New liulldlnga. Plans wore filed with tlio Department of Buildings yestoidny for tho following- By ltudolph Hllbrnnd. owner, for three flvo story tenements nt Nos. 212-210 Enst 1 Ifteonth street larchltoct. Hubert Drosser; cost. $18,000. By Douglass A Carlson, owners, Tor n soven story flat nnd stores at northwest corner of 10 'd street und ltoulnvnrd; architects, Novlllo A Bagge; cost. $175,000. By Douglass .1 Carlson, owners, for n six story flat on north sldo of lO'-M street. 75 feet w est of Boulevard ; architects. Nov ille A Baggo : cost. $85 000. By lsadoro Isaac, owner, for throe thron storydwelllngsutNos 254-258 West Seventieth stroot ; nrchlteot. Julius MunckwIU : cost, $45, 000. By r.osonberg A Tolnberg, owners, for three six-story lints and stores at northeast corner of btnnton und Cannon streets; architects. Horenbergor A ritrauh; cost. $85,000 By Israel O. Blake, ow nor, for Improvements tothestnbloatNn 57tl West lHothstreef.nrcht tect. John H. Klmbel: cost, $2,500 By A L. Brow or estate, owner, for Improve ments to tho factory at southwest corner of Washington nnd Hubert Btreots: urchitoct, J. 11 McAfee: cost. $000. 3'ifnl estate fat ale ffitttj. TUB SUN Newark, N. J., Branch. ADVEItTISEHB MAY UAVI! ORDERS AT -( broad ht . wiinitr: mi: svmkouie AND ATI KN HON WILL DK SHOWN AS At' MAIN OF1TICE. NO KXHtA CUA1U1KS "Ton sALn.-fwoIoisi lnsni st.. m:ak :ii a v.; i'inksi i.ot ation n NOKTII SIIIK. CALL Olt ADI1HI.-.H f.U. 1.ABSOX (UVM:it), 108 f.TlI AV. Cji q nnn tfums to spit, a tory hiuh- pJLOjVJvJV. stoop browntono private dwelling; in one of tlio cboicQ.t nf lghborhood In Ilatlsm, ttia lioune U complete in all n spcts, Iianlwood tlnlsh throughout, hanilsomidy decorattiil and papered. T. W.8IIorvvtI.L,2iil Lenox av .corner 12ith8t. glent (estate. 80 00 to H8.00 per wipk roTcrs total cost, InclUiHntf i&yincnt acMntt prlDup&l, ol beau tlful, modern, up to-lato bousr'a Sen to ten roonid lheo aro In a refined nl 1 atibllHhed rt-ai-dontlal fectfnn. iml JG tnlnutut f r un 34th nt. and Iiroiulwfi), Mauliattan. Kterv 4 otnonkiice, 0, cle tri it, ruiiuiuit watei, open plumblni hard r5ilr?.?fuVf- nWl 00-03 Ubert, ,t. particulars to VI1 - Manhatun. QOfin Soven room honse. bath, all improve-O'JvJt-F. uienti, 2m ftet wide, dr) 1 1 liar, ntc lorn tiuii: price, $"1,000, payable (100 rah bnUnw :s niontlil) , now reuu for J.'o. CONDIOT, 1 Jloiit gomtr fit , Jersey Cltj. ftcnt (Djstntc efor nlc Jixanx. AOlinXT CIIANOE fnr a grorcr, H57 Mnrrl av , southn est corner of lillst Ft., four-storj linlM lng, with line atjrn. eAtatillihed urocer idiw oodipy. tin: tbo ntore; wilt bu hoI 1 rlifsp; you can double j our money T. W. 8IIOTW hLL. 2H1 Lenox av. eal estate Sox Snle (Country. FAR 'vAI F A line country aeat In a benutlful town i Ull UHLt irue two story house and barns, with 88 acres of land. I'ltem'vc. law in, slia teil b; jr. varkties of trees Convenient to church. Post Oitlce, ttorexanilU. 11 Price nlynooo l'or particulars address L. li, ItANflALL. Ibanou. Conn. cal (Sstnte got dlc goroitQh ot cQueetts. SX300 0-3lS3EC! Jlalance Installments, anlstli, touvenicnt honseit Biilendid location, nesr trolley anil railroad sta tions, 22 rulnutss Mauhattau, $.',jchi to 95.2011, houses built where desired; plan. aiei lflraUons, free. FALKINUUIIO, builder, ojiposite Murray Illll station, Flushing. grni (gstntc 4t nle or xchnurje. 1 A TH ST.. WEST, near Bth av.-Rusinf as bulldlnu, Xrr will entsrulu exchaiure for couutry place or tenemeota. 1. 3. It A. LIONS, Attorneys, 820 11 way. Wanted for justness purposes. 7A!nxD for woodworking business Floor with ' power. Homo. A., box 110 Bun uptown office, 1205 Droadway. deleft 3 oar a. WHY DO YOU spend your tlma and weary yourself looking for ault able living scoonimoilstlons 1 We have a large list of choleo rooms with aud without board, f to SHO weekly, bachelor and housekeeping apartments, (40 to $ir,0 monthlyi which wa will uladly furnish you Kill. II OK CIlAItflK. HlKlKOl'OJ.HAN AOKXOY. 18 Westsath st. AI'VItTMENTfl, bachelor apartments, apartment hotels, board, roornsi only hlKh-class accommo dations where references txctianasAt cver tmngln. eperled: have accurate desctipU inr. MAMIATTAN A PA 11TMKOT COMPANY. 1 ml Broadway. Unit Hide. T MADISON AV llia-lBS.-Becond floori private J. bath; other single rooms for gentlemen. M ADISONAV , AT. Handsomely furnished rooms, with Brat-class table board OfJTII BT., llfl EAST tnear Madison Bquirel X.J Handsome large and small rooms, delightful table board! reasonable. A 1 BT BT., 42 EAST.Parlor floor: suitable doctor t:X or dentist i two 92.pnolB. also large and small well furnished rooms; superior table and attendance. West Side. 74TII BT.. C WEST. Desirable room, with boardj rof erences Ol BT ST.. 3 WEST (Clielseaaquare). rarlor floor; J-i-1- beatsdi suitable fcr couples; oxcellent table; moderate rates. OOTII ST., 0 WEST. Large front room: south tJty srnexiKisuraj private bath superior table, rcf erences. CKTII BT, zo VVE3T.-IIandson.ely furnished Jd rooms; heated; hot and oold water, excellent table, refrrecces. f 1 BT BT., 100 WEST. Outside room for twos hot U L wateri steam heat; elevator, home boaid mod erate; hA!HK. JiITII ST., 15!) WEST. Handsome sunuy front 1J X roomi superior table and attendance, parlor dining room; references JQTHBT.. H3 WEST. AraerTtan family offer an". HO perlor home to parties who approclsta the best, you are probably seeking what la here oOered, OOP, SI vA EST. Ha'idsomo private rosldenca near OwOntrsl l'ark Wist elegant turvnri door, three lame cunneiting looms, private bath, southern ex posure. superior culsiue. ' H1TII HT,, 41 KMT. Bunny front roomi house aud table first class. &9D HT l WEST. Two liaudsomelj furnished i medium sized rooms; excellent table and at tentlom parlor dining. OnTH BT., 41 WE8T.-Irsa front room, third dJ story i tabu board) rtftrcneu. el'rt aoatfl !SM0Mh. InTERflON AV., r8, llrooklyn Desirable rooma, I with all convenlencca, for gentlemen or married couples) good tabic. (furnished (oonwvvJvpnrtmtntsto$et Kliat Hide. 1)V.MC AV, 1020. corner Mill Beautiful sunny room, slui-ly. en suite, parlor, doctor, dentist) n asonablet hall room, $3. OOD HT . 2tl V.ABTrbetwern Otli and Madlaonarrs. Jj Larue ronmsi hcatrdi newly furnished; gen tlcnirn; references W st Stilt-. OOD ST.. tn WEST. Handsome parlor floor, ault OO slilo ldiyslclau or dentists also rurnlilied room; terms moderate. ,1 .ITH BT 107 VV nsT.-IlMidsome large and small J rooms, by dar orwecki meals eorved in apart ments, iitoptlonofKUests; terms moderate Tf'TII ST , 2011 VUStT Three fine sunny rooms -J for gentlemen In large apartment Aiblreaa ELEVATOR. CQTII BT., (120 W1T -Handsomely furnished tJCt double rooms, uioderate prices; parlora for physician: references f'QI) HT , 1 in WCST.-lIanilsotnely furnished par WO lor Boor, en suit) or siiiKle, every convenience; also handsome second floor front room, aultablo for couples: transient, central location. fil BT BT 8RVVIST. A pallor floor, adapted for v i. phj alclau or dentist: lioard optional. 7f,TII BT., 101 WKBT. Handsomely furnished I vf parlor and adjoining room, every convenience, corner hiuiaii, call ovenlns. ANIlKltSOl. n"iVr BT ino WKJT. WltFurTvato family; nlcelv furnished rooms, modern Improvements; handsome house, gentlemen references, nflTll BT.,14r. WENT Handsomely fnrnlsheil) vl flnest appolntnionts, singly or on suite, separ ate baths, prlvato liouso. efunitshea" Uooms It'antcrt. WANTED By a young man, nicely furnished v room, between 2.M anil H4th sts , I exlnutnn and Cth avs,, references i;lven and reiiulrod. Addrtss M. 0. R , Putnam House, 2Uth st, and 4th av stating terms, prefers In private fanili), whero there aro no other roomers 3usiuess Cnances. -out sabi:. Well locntcil In Now York; just nnlshocl. with now nnil most improved nmchlnery; for ontmcnl, focil, anil coronln; onfnvornblo torma. Apply to 0. W. Ilcndrlck, 83 Mui rny Stroot, Now York. AM EST SIDE CORNER; location best In Now ork fur liquor tratllc. bu-iiness istabllstied, lone lcaae, rent low. place fne aud clear, price 97,000, cichauiie for nal estate or take mortgage liart puyniLiit. Apply fori noon, J J. ltUI I.V. 8411 East 42d St. MONLY to patent trond Ideas may be secured tlirontthouraid. THE PATENT RECORD. Hal tlmore, Md. (Drenn Steamers. iflaWE-RTCAN LINE. l'Asr i.xiMti".". sr.itvirK. NEW MlllK-hOOniAMITON-LONDON. Ballilur Weilnesdais at 10 A. M. Bt. Paul March K I Paris . April 12 bt. Louis . March SJ I New York April ill Bt. Paul .April r. I St Paul April 2tl RED STAR LINE. Nl.W YORK V.N1VVKRP-PA1II3. Kvi ry Wedu). lav at 12 noon. Frleland..Mar.4. 10 A M. I VVestirnland. .March 16 Hnuthark Martb H Kensluuton March 'J2 rhese steamers carry onlj second aud third class passerurers at low rates. IXTKHNAllONAI, NAMOATION COMrNY. Piers 14 ami 15 N. It .wOuico. u Howllngjlreen. CUWARD UNEJtMgSSSSU 1 rum Pier 40, N It , foot Clarkaon st tlmbrla .Manh4.li V.M. Hmria ..March IS. 0 A.M. Lucanla Marchll 1 1' VI Campania Mcb. 2r,. 2T.M. VEUNONU IIKOWNACO .Ocn AKts.,4 llowllngOreen. COMPAGNIE GEHERA-E TRANSATLAHT1QUE. alllntfccrr bat unlay at 10 A M. From Tier No. 42, Nortli I ier, font Morton nt. I Norman tile Maali 4 ILalouralnn .March 25 La Champagne March 11 U Nnrmamlle Aurll I la llrctauue Man h IK 1 1 a Cbampamm .April H First clns paaaue to Hare, Sr5 aiul upward Ocn l.cpnc forU.H aiulCati.,.IJ-Qwliiig(irftn,N Y. HAFBURG-rADflERTCAN TWIV-SLREVV VPKEBS LINE. PARIS LONDON II MMT1U1 TWIN rilEVV PARsrMIFK SI It VICE. NEW VOItK IIAMDUIU1 niRLCn NEW OUK-ClII ItnOOlUl tPARISl-IIAMDnnO. I'or satllliKS. etc. spplyto Compauy'sotliie. .17 II waj.N , 'Phone 1871 liroad. "maineand the provinces. MANHATTAN STHWISHIP COVIPtNT. EVV IORK. ROCKIAND AND BANnilR LINE. Btcatnir leavrs N V ivin riittrsday at 4 P M. for ROChLVND.CUIDEN DEI I'AST.BULKBl'OItl.and DANitOlt Mo , c mi c turn m h rail aiiil vvati r lines. NEW iOKK. EAST POUT AND ST. JOHN LINE Steiinpr It no a N. . pvT Katllrilav at 4 P. M. for FAhTI'ORT. Me., and hT JOHN. N il., with conneo tlona for all points NI.VV MIRK NI) I'ORTUND LINE. On and altor Mat ch 1 H. sti auier ti sves N V. every Wi due. lay anil -atiirdi at 4 P. M tor PORTLAND. Me, direct, with conuei tloiiH for all points, Hteam era sail frnni Pier fl, V R. Ereiulit rtce.vcd daily until e P. M. N. L NEVVrOMII. Oe ni ral Manaeer, .1-11 Itroiiilvvit, Ni'vv .urk. "XTORTII OERMAV I.I OVD BlEVMSHtp CO - 8UORT I.OI TI lOION'DDNANIll'ONTlNENT. i Asr i:piieis h h:mkiw. Trave.Tu..Mai 7. in V VI. I I aim lu .Meli.21.10 A M K.VVm.DIIMIi 14 IOA M I k Frb iliicli,Mh.2H,lOAM OE1 RICI1S TO '.' Hun lllltf llreen )LI IIOMIMON LINE. DAII.1i Nl'llMt'i:. Tor Old Point Connor' Ni.r'olk Newport News, Portsmouth, Pinnirs Point, and Richmond. Va , co incctin. for Pitci-fbur. Rl Inn is 1 Mrululi Dea h VVaibllii;ton, D. (,alnl eulin Sjiithainl West Irelirhtnijd Pa"S.''ner Steatneri) sail from Pli r !, Ninth River, foot of lliaih et. Mm, Tue , Wed, J hura , Frl.. It 1" M .Bat 4 P. M . hun Isy 1 P M. W. L. Ot'lI.I.Al'DEt'. Vice. Prut, a ml Ti a Hi o M ! WM WWWM)I I .Si a I MM t' i:i'.i"i'l!r . P-jaii vita avi isi: I lou k'i..N.AMi:incAl From Prentice Htnrcs, adloiuliuc Wall Hi. I ern AltDANDUl', Man h 17 ARDKN'ROHE, March 81. AHDANDHU, Vlinl2l Cnlllug nt Klnutitwi, l.lvliiuHtnn, Puerto liitrrlns IMirrtu Oirtp7, Cnpt (Jrnoins. IltA'i.MONK A WHITCirVJH (lllieral l'aaseil.er Agents .11 1 at 14th St.. Union Riiiw West. N. Y Mm !),, )! ,, !- I I )) 1)1 WHITE STAR LIME, NEW 01tK-QI'l ENSTOHN- LIVERPOOL. Majestic . Mar rt lumn I Ilui lib Mar. 22, noon N'o steamer Mar. in. I C mri Mar 2D, P. M. Bilnon rates on fUriuanlc, Britanuloand Cynirle. IMiun, Majestk. Tiiitunic, ttiOtip, second cabin, tH7 r.o upward, third class nn Cvmiio. Oermania and llrttannle, $'.". r.o on Malestio and Teutonic, $27. Ruvenue tax a I litintial. For passage, freight and general Information ap ply to lllllTi: STAK mm:, Pier 48, North River. Oitlce, I) Broadway, New York. jStcnmtxMis. Boston and New England Points, MA BOUND LINES. PALI. RIVER LINK, via Nowport and Fall River. I.eavn l'jer IP, N IL, root uf Warren st , week days only at n on P M Bteamcrs PLYMOUTH andl'HORIM (irehestra on estb NTIIMM.II1.V 1.1 Ni:. in Htnnlniiton. Leave Pier 3U. N. 11 , foot of Bprlng st , eek days only, at 6 0(1 P M Hleaiiurs Maine and New Hampshire. .NOIIVVKM I.INI., la N'iw Loudon. Leave Her Oil, N. II , font Swing t wei k daysonlr. atr. 30 P. M. Hteainers 1'it of Liwell ami Rhode Island. TEWHAV ICNI.lNE.-Pier2r,.F.R ,BTR RICH MID i PECK, daily (incept Bunday), at r. P, M. glnUromls. Newlork and BoslonlOaiL N. 1 , N II .'.. il. R 11 an I connections. From liraud Oentral Btatlon, Leave II nay or Due liooAM, Hiirlnitl nlil and Worcester, 8 80 P.M. 10 no A M.,ttNiw L inddii ami Provldence.il ixjI'.M. IIO.oiVM, Now iomlon and Providence, 4 2' I'M. l'.'OuM, hi rliiuilelduiid Won ester, 40P.M JliOl'M,, t. ne. via Wlllinianiic. flionl'M I ii. P M , New Londoiiuud Prnvlileuca 7 .OOP M II ooP VI , NewI oiidniiaiul Pnividence.u cKU'.M, 4 OOP M . Hiiriiu:tleldunilWorccter, 10 ool'.M. In onP.M , "NewUmilnuandl'rovldincell OOP VI 111 00 P.M., 'Surinxlleld and Worcester, lilir. A.M. IliiooP M . .Nnw Lmidon and Prov ldcnce.0 2BA M "Huns dally, iticluiliUK Huuila , It Hay Hum. Limited, all parlor cars, fare, $7, In cluding parlor car seat !Mr 1,1 nn I.lmito I, arrives and departs from Park Sip. are Htallon, Uostnu. Rut urn servlie same hour and by same route IWillstopat 12r,chst Ihrough parlor and el'i ping cars by oach train. C T HFMl-HTEVD, Pen Pass Agent BALTIMORE & OHIO E. R. BCHI'Dl I.E I.N 1 IFKi'T NOVEMBER 20, 1808. Leave Ne inrk. W lutehsll Terminal (Buuth l'erry) ami f. t uf I.ll.i ni stiitl. Dally lEsiei.t Kiiudar. IBundaya ClllCVUOCt IOA M . from Liberty stnet only), l.J'. P M. su 1. lOnUht, 1'ITThUt RO ("4 to V. St., from Liberty street onlj), '6.MI11 aI.IS Knilulit IIINOINNAII hT I.OUIH. M.S5 A M . &, P. M. NKVV Dili KA.NB .' -,VP SI ROYAL BLUE TRAINS. W VhlllMITON, lHI,lISl()lUC.t7 t,',,',i c; Diner). 1121 A 51 (Diner , 112 r,n P.M.. M JliDlner), J r,r," Rural Limited Exclusive Pullman tralni. 4 r.i iDinen T, r.o p. M. and !- 1() niht. NOU JrOLK.U. (if, P. M. All trains are illuminated with Plntach Light. OIHces 113, 17. 201, 434. 1?84 Jlroadway.ai East 14th st, 127 Bowery, N. V.j 81v Fulton at.. ISO Oraham av Drooklru, Whitehall Terminal Uaggsua checktd f rom hotel or residence to dcUttio, , amctfgSSamUMaBZSZZSi SaHrona. ,1 Pennsylvania 1 ra-c---.-r3. '1 6TAT10NB foot uf West 'twenty-third Blrestahd M DesbMssea nnd Coitlaiult Ktreets. ,3! irTtio lravliu tlnie from Desbrosses and Ovrk ' landt Streets Is ten minutes liter than that given be m. low fur Tweuty-tldrd Btrei t malluil. W llOO A. 31. FAST MAIL -Pullman Duffet rarlor iM UarNew Yora to Pitutin-g. Bleeiilng Car Pittsburg TH to Chlesuu. No roaches to Pittsburg RiMlA.M. FAST LINE.-Mllslmrg and Clnveland. UlOO A. SI. PhNNBLVANIA LlMlTED.-rnllman ffl compartment, BleepiiiK, liitiliig, Hnioklng and Ob- t senatloti Cars. For (,'lilragn Cleveland, Toledo, M Clnrtnnatl, Indianapolis. Louisville. Ht Lonls. . ,N lino 1 .11, OllIOVOO AM1HT.I.O01B EXPREB- B For Nashville (via Cincinnati), Indlanaiiolls, Cbl- H caro, Ut Louis .11 fliBO l SI. WESTERN ESpnEBS.-I'or Chicago. ,J For Toledo except Batiirdav. IB 7i40 I'. M. BOUlinVIlllN EXPRESH.-Vor ,Tff Pittsburg. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Louisville, In- .JF dlauapolls, Bt. Louis. , ,2 7i40 1. M. FAtilFIO K 'Itr.S8 rl' WlUbura ?1, and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland except 8ai- '' 8ig3 J'. 91. MAIL AND EV.PRESB.-1'ullman Buffet ' Bleeping Car New York to Altoona, East l.tbeity, .V. l'itlsbiirx and poinu West, dally except bundle. 1! Nu cnanhes. Tal M ASIIINOTON AM) T1IK SOUTH. $ 7:0. H:20, li 20. li niMDinlnu rr) 10 fto (Dining Car) j A. M UT.O, 1 CO (3.2o "Ciigrislonal Lliu.," all H Parlor aud Dining (Tarn), 4 20 (Dining Car), 4T.0 .. (Dining Cart.M M)l M., lUMl". lilatit. Hunday.B 10. Mi P.20, 10 tOiDlnlngOsri A M, 12.10, (H2ii ''Con., gnsslonal Llm ," all Parloraud DinlnsCars), 4:20 iB (Dining Car), 4:r0 (Dining Car), M'DO P M., 13:05' 'r SOclVllERNIlAlIAVAY.-,,Ilorlila Limited." llioOM A, M, week da s Express, 4 20 P. M., 12 OSnlghs m dallj. S AT LANTI0COA3T LINE.-" Florida HnecUl," 1J.20 I'. M week days. Express, Di2U A M. and S:50P. I M. dally. , CHI SAl'EAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. 1.50 T. Jt ii dallj . .1 FOR OLD 1 OINT COMFORT and NonrOLK.-l7iM A M uecl daiaaud 7 40P. M cla.ll . . . AlLANlK'uni. 1 r.0P. M. wiekdayatDesbrossi I and Gortloiult Streets itloI'.M.). Through 'VeaH liiilid Train lliiflct ParlorUars. Paaacnger,Oeci and Combined Coat b. , I CAPE MAY 12 r.o P. M. week days. j Lung Branch, Asbury l'ark (Interlaken, SnndayO. ,, Ocean Omvo and Point Pleasant if rom West Twen- ' ty-thlrd Slraet smtloii), H.r0 A. M 12 20.0 20knd ar.oPM Huiiilajs, li 20 A.VI., 4 ROP. M. (From , Deabroa-is and Corllandt btreeta), l):10 A. M i , 12 IW, 3'40aud Alio P.M. Sundays, u:4S A.M., 6 16 1' M ,! l'OK rilll.ADELl'HIA. I flilo, 7i20, 7 '.(). k.jo. 8..'.o. ii illll) r.o Penna. Llm- ) Itid). u r.iMDInliig Car), in r.() (Dluiiiff Cart.llir.O I A M., 12 r.O. 1 M, 2 RO. n fit), 4.20. 4120 (Dining -'l fun. 4 r.n (I)liiliiL' fail, r.T.n (Dining Can, 7;40, vl m An l. VI , i. or. nlcht Mindais ii'io. 8 20,8160, ! n JO.U 1ii(I.iiiilt..ili. n no, in iio tDlnliig Car) A.M., i - l-.i.o I r.o (liiuimc Can. 3 ",o. 4 in (Dining Car), 9 4 r.iiiDiiilncfar). r,.r.o (Dining far), 7.40. a.&op, 'vjW M 1.' OjiiI.IiI. $ Ticket olllces Nos. 401, l44. UPtl, 1.128, 111 and 1 2tll Uiuadvia), t Astor House, West Iwcnty thttd. 11 Htieet Station, anil stations foot of Dosbrossea and 4! Corllandt Stncts, 4 Court Btnct, suo Fulton 3 Strict, iih Jlroadwas, and Pennsvlvaula Annox g station, llrooklvu, station, Jersey city ThoNew jD York Transfer Cimipaiiy will rail for and check 9 bautfatre from hotels and residinces through to H destination In Telephiino '27r.7 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsyl- 1 vania Railroad fab bervlce. t J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD, General Mauaicer, General Pass'r Agent. r9 "AMERICA'S ORKATl'.ST RAILnOAD." v I NEW YORK CENTRAL. All through trains stoji at Albau), Utlca. recuse, Rochester und Buffalo. Trains leave Orand Central Station aa follows! , 8.-lM A. M Dallj. (xiijit Sundays. Famoul .OK) l.VU'IRE HI ATE EXPRESS LIMITED, rastest train in the world. Due Buffalo 4 40, Ni agara Falls f. 3.', Toronto 1)00 P.M., Detroit 11:10 , I'M. Limited to its seiitimr capacity. 8., I tZ A. M. FAST MA1I. Dallj For Buffalo, ' J Maitara Falls and Cleveland. I rt.'W i A- J1 -DV KXPltVJ3S. except Bundaya ; U.OVForBuUaloond all important New iork statu jioints. j 1.nfP M. SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED and iD X.Vjyj ClUCAltO SPI CIAL. Dadj lor Columbus, - i iuclnuatl. Indianapolis, St Iiuts and Chicago. J 3,OrU'-lI--1IWk AND ALBANY BPE01AL, el- I .OVceptSunilav. H ops at Important stations. 3 f:.J(lP M.-HliE SHORE LIVllrFD Dllly 24 ' tJ).svhoiir train for Chliago, via Lkeflhore. Dua Cleveland 7 4 1 A. M .Chicago 4. JO P. M. Bleep- i imr and iiarlorcBM only. i 6.nis '' M.-WESTFRN EXPRESS. Dally-For A-" Niagara Falls, 'loronlo, Cleveland, Toledo, 7 D troltandchicatro C 'r: P 31 -NORTHERN EXPRESS, Dally-For '. Montreal, and, except baturdav, for Ottawa, ' 7. lf P M ADIRONDACK MOUSlAlNS AND ; i .0J MON TRIAL FAPRE8S. Dailj Ma lltlca. . 8,'JI P. VI -BUFFALO AND SOUTHWESTERN ' .OVJ SPECIAL, Dally-For Niagara Falls. Cleve land. Cincinnati, luiiiananolls aud BU Louis. v 9.1 rz P. M-PACIHC EiPREBS. Dally-For Oa- A wego, Ogdeusburg. BuUalo Niagara Falls, . Clevelaml, lolcdo. Chicago aud, except Bator- I da j", for Cape Mneent and tho Auburn road. V j 1 9-1 H AIUHl M1DNIOIIT EXPRESS FOR X.-J.VJ CAlo Every night except Sunday nighU- .!,? Bunday night Chicago sleepers have at U.1C. ". " ' rV ItAltl.KVI DIVISION. I B'18 A.M. andn 15 P. M. Dallj. except Sunday, to 5 PittsAi Id, Sumla) s only at li 20 A.M. ) Vagner palai o Care ou all through trains, . Trains Illuminated with Plntach light, Ticket oKIcch at 1 1 J. Jill. 4 1 a, and 1142 Broadway, i" 31 lst 14th st 2 IG Columbus av., 01 West 126th , st., Urand Central station, 12Mb St. Station, and j 3.1HU, ht .stall. .ii. New York: :un mid 72U Fulton St. ! and 10ilBroadwa. K 1) , Bnoklj n. 9 lilcphoiio " 271 o Thirty eighth street " for Neir i Y'ork Central Cab flirvlce. Biggage checked frooa hotel nr reaulence by VVcstcoit Exiinas Company. v UI.OKUI.II DVMELs.Ooiinral Passenger AgenL f Lehigh Valley System. j btationa foot of West '.'.Id at.tPeuli. R. R.), Cortland! , or DmlimsHc at. m Indicates time from Wet 2 id ht. Otherflgurea f show t nu frnni corllandt or D sbrossea at. 0i40. 7:00 A. M. dally for EAHION and intejv. ' mediate station 7i0, BUO A. M. ilalll for WILKESBAHRE,. SPRAN ION, ITHACA. (ihNKVA. ROClll.sTUt, BIIF- FALO, NIAOARV FALI Sand i lie Wi si and principal. Ipcal point il liilug tar and parlor i at to Jlugalo. , s.lll10, ltOO noon dalli, ixiopt Mimlil) . ' "JJIjACIC DIAMOND KXPItlCSS." Arrives IluOalo u r,r. V M. Pullman Vestibule Day Loaciu a and Parlor Cars DlniugCar Service. Means t alaiarto. Cniui'ctsat BulTato with through aleep- j ors to D. troit and c )iii airo. I'-'iOO, lino P M dally for EARTON. MAUCII ! CHUNK, VVH.MiillARRE. bCRANloN and coal j hraiK hes. : JiOO, 4: 10 P M. dally, except Sunday, for 1 WJLKiJ.l)Alllli:. PITTSTO.N, SCHANION and iiriu- ; cli al liitermidiatkj etatlous ''ouiiect for all poluta in coal ngloiis Pullman Bullet Parlor Car for . WII.KhSDMIHE I I MiBO, fiilft P. M. Bunday only, for MAUCII , ) CHUNK ami Intermidiate stitiolls 1 4. no, nr.O P M ilail). except Bunday, tot EAhTUN ami Int. rme.Ilat. Hutlnn. .ll.'VO, Ul'O I' M. dallj-, except Sunday, for EAS- -TON mid i iImi loal intermedlat siatlons. t 'fiino, (1:1(1 P. M dslll fur BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS aud ull po nu West Pullman sleeper vestl- -buletlaluN Y. to Cii.i at.0 Sleepers to llutlalo and Tonuito. Dining Car New York tn Easton. 7i40. Hi(M) p M dallj. stiimiinu only at SOUTH PlAlN.lhLD. 1WSTON, RETj IILPIIKM. MAt'CU Clll.NK. BAYRE. OE.NEVA, ROCH1 STER. DUF FALOund loKUNTt) Pullman sleeper for lrailslo. None but sb eplng tar passungora carried. No bag gage carrli d. gu, Bi.tO P. M. dally for WILKESBARRE, ITHACA, (1 EN KXK. ROCHESTER, DL'FIALO, NIA ARV FALLS and all points West. Pullinau sleeper to C'hlcsgo, Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for ? ROI. TH FLAINUKLD, ROCND BROOK aud Inter mediate points leave us follows, 1 20, lo.ftO A, alV (2 211,2 .10 to South Flaln-eld onlj), 3 to, 4;VO, 8 JO and H ml' M. llckets and Pullman accommodations at 118, 3A1. 27.1. .1.'.r P44 ami 1.1 .M Broadway, ai E. 14th bt . N, , Y.. mio Full. oi Bt . 4 Court bt , US Broadway and . Uroolcljn Annex, Brooklj ii. i N. Y. liansfcr Co. will call for and check baggagev from hotel or n sldence thrmuh to destluatlon. i D-I.AWAUK, I.AC'I.AWANN'A WEST- KKN It. It. Btntlona In New urk, foot of Ilnrclay nnd ' t tirlsloiilHir Streieta. . VESTIHI'LK TRAINS, PULLMAN HUFFET CARS, I'l.NISCII I.IKIIT. 81OOA. M.-Riii.baiutou Mall. Stops at principal stations. Q . IdiiK) A. M.- t(afo Can-Buffalo, Bcranton, Blng hamtou, ()weo. ltliaca, Klmlra. Utlca, Byracuaaf and OHigoEiprrs. 1 ullman buflet parlor cars '.j Coninrtliigat lluffals with trains ror Chicago anil, points Woit 1 100 1'. 31 ,-iDallyi- Chicago and Buffalo Vi stlbuledi l.xiiresa forSirautmi, Iliiighaiiitoii aud Elmlra. 6cc, Pullman buffet larlor tara to hliuua, Throuuh abeplng ears and day coach to Chicago, arrlv inn ' ot 4 1.1 P M nnxtday. 4iO(l I'. .11. Si rnnu.il, Wilkeabarra and Plymouth " Fxpicas Piill'uan buffet parlor 1 ars. 7KNir. M.- Dal i-thua,o Vrstil.uln LlmltedEx- , press fnr Si rautoii, Blnghaintou, Klmlra, Buffalo, Through buffet ! ping car .irw York to Chicago. Dining t ar west or ll.iilalii, 81.10 1'. !.-iDadji Buffalo Express, Pullman sleepers for Scraiitnu. llinghamtim, Elmlra, Bath, , Ml. Morns and llunalti, arrlv nig Buffalo s A. M. OiMO 1. M, iDally Buffalo, Scraiitoii, Bmgham. ton, Oiiegn, Ithaia, Ilmlra, Sjnn use, Utha and Oswego Express Pullmsu buffet sletiiers. Tickits and Pullman accotmnodatlnua at Henry Oae A Sons, Ltd Mil Broadway, 14 Park place, ii a and Ii4 Broadua), llrkeia ai feriT atatlona. Ill , 4th av , (or I2thst ill Wert 12r,tli si., 2 ir, Ooliim- bus av . f w Y'irk, 3 is and 7JH Fulton st , and 10d Ilroadwaj, Brooklyn Time tables giving full infor- iiiatl. n stall stations VV esti ott'a Express Company will call for andebec- baggage from hotel and residence to destination. ERIE RAILROAD. Through trains leave New York, foot of Chamber street, as follows aud flvo minute earlier froin West 2!)il t (I. OH A. M. Vestibule Express dally for Blng ).VJ17liini,t ii.Wavirly, Flinira. Bullalo, lliadford, aruKs lliiltaloa P M. I'arhir car to Buffalo Mill1'' SI. -Vestibule Jliultod-Fa.t mall daily. ' .UWh.1iI tiaiuiorl hliauo. arriies at Cleveland 7 40 A. M, fhliago & P. M. Sleepers to Chicago. ! fletelaml and Cincinnati Dining Car 1 7.0 i V. M, -Buffalo and ( lev eland Vestlbulrd J lilu 1 xpress dallj. arrlv ea Buffalo 7'iift A. M , Bradford 7 JOA M . Jamestown 7 i.OA M , Vouims town 10 27 A. M , Cleveland 12 .'HI p M. Bletper 1 to Buffalo and Cleieluud Cafe Library Car. ! 9,1 r P.M. Dallj solid train fur Illngbamton. .1 J Llmlra, VVaverly Chlrago Sleet era tollor- . nellsv ille. Chic a.'o and fliieliinatl. Dining Car. (PICKETS LOCAL TIME CARDS ND PULLMAN 1 A( COMMODATItlNs at ill, 118. Sill, 401 and US7 Broadwaj, 127 Buwiry, 1MI East 12ftth ab, and 1 27U West nr.tli st , Chambers and West 28d at. fer ries. New Y'ork, 338 and 8no Fulton St., 08 Broad. , war, Brooklyn: 122 River at , Koboken, and Jersey City Btatlon. New York Trausfvr Co. calls for anil checks bsggas from hotel and residence to deals nation. ! mimrMmmmmmm MNMl ,!