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thi stfV, tuesdatmakchi. i8bVt:'3. " ... .$ " --MW,MMM- It H gZAWI VK WON'T DOWN .... , ,-itTi t .rr.irs cask again fir ,,isuiiiis 1'jtKsiirrnnT. ,1 Hie Itcv. Sir. I'littrrsnn. Issura WCy"Z,MH UlnrWn thn Tncllcs nml r"P ,f ll.r l'ro..ulliin--. Mr. hanlTlrr-lnelM 0,,t rr.lrcll Attack Z dlvuMlon of the en.o of Hermann Wara- V,h. cntertort .lew. was rovlvodlnn P Ji,mW tl ''"ll,,K ot ,h8 S0W Yurk 1'7" et avtrrilnt Rfternoon. Tlio c-cnMon b,"!i,li rc.ievvnl of tl10 '" y n w h.i re entli written by tho llov. Jnmes .'...Aon r"r member of ihe 1'resbr oJ "ho was al-lwlntetl by Hint body counsel "" r47iwl.il- 1 lie pamphlet wnn ImiuhI ns ' .element tonnew.-rcllKlom turner entitled C and Im been wl.lelj i-lrculMoiHiirmu ?. at-ek Th- pamphlet It ontltlort -The .'"aml Taetlei of the Oirlstlnn Kiie-tv In rerseeutlon of Ilormiihn W-.rErn.wlnk." 1 1. a bitter arraignment or the nttltude of .rrfb)tery nixl espoclnlly Mivornl nroinl ,?.ber..inonBih0...!)r.A.F.Hehuf. J ".awrlntenilent of the city missions. nr Wterinn nml l)i Beh.mfflor -ore pre.. .'i the niee-tliw vcsti-rdity ami ft heHteil die "In, nrclPlUite.l by Dr. Selmuftlor ouncliu I'r l,..tterso.rBtmmidilotnnvll. iZtt on l.lnmelf nnd the resbrtery nti.l re- ..tlng thit rigid Inventlgntloti of I he mat frt Mm'l" nt mce. Ur 1 Mtloreon beulhs Mr "Art1! in'oN'il? -lay- of Arcl.blM.oi; Land, the c,.?i liiiiil r nnd the Court of High C'ornmli. f? hat" the ntinal of the nirintlim Church ffied a "arnllel In i-celcglnitlc.il judicature SSjiiF of Her'nmin Unr7Jiwlnk. ror nd duplicity, mendnclty and rcrlldlons ffirvon the pnrt of wltnesoes.nnd for proju ft. adroitness ami ix-mMent uiiergv on the Srt rf thoe who nro responsible for the con-fm.iai.-f of tl.N cold-blooded poneoiitlon of !. moc-cent Jew. tl.o ense of Hermann .Wars SXk m" b-lln only, modern intallo , 111 that S art Hrcjfn of the rrcncli Army." tr.schauffler ihe pamphlet anys: -nut nntwlthrtaiiillnir this, tlio man who In iiiued thl Investigation- nnd ws mlahtna Si uVnuic hlm.li.-ru -tlio llov Dr. A. K, HchaulT. Ir ' Suwrlntendent of CHy Missions nnd a .nUr nf the Presbytery of New ork.nfter 6m lrt".ly failed to establish nMnKloone rfl, I, inerlmlnatlne accusations niralnst art 2k iL. nevertheless ubse.uontly declared. iwl!eni'harsiawi,ik yetordrlvd I. m nt iTh'rltr. And tho llev. Dr. Miinillller has Lb lodustrionsli eunnced In this 'cruahlns' I it.Ine- from that ilny to this. Ill the Use of ,.K JhWi wo shall ivof-antlv llluatrato S5 the Information of our renders." Iir ftttarson descrlbos tho manner In which v. Wed Dr. 8cliniifller secured eildence by ncan'1 tvf Jvv detectlics nnd elves a history Sthecass ui to date. ., u When the matter came uu before the Tresby .... ,ieral members took sides with Dr. Pa iVrwn In a measure, contendlnc that tho ac tlw of the lvlv had not been quite fair and w worthy of reconsideration. Dr. Mulally Twei.eof theie He said he thoiiRht the eon-t-friT was mainly between Dr. Tatterson I'sJ I)r Schnuflleraiid that such attacks should tot t broiiKlit Into tho meetlnc "If we con Stup" he M. "our present course of always lniileallnc thes-o personal controversies thtrf mil l a hot time In the Now York l'res towr more nlchts than one." Dr SchauWer's request for nn investleatinn u".rPorted hr nuinv of the membors with the tf'ult that alrcsoliitlon was finally passed to the effect that n committee of the bo appointed titorestlente the alleged slander nnd also the thui.es made by Dr. Patterson acainst the rreiWerv. The committee will consist of three ministers and tun eiders. The Ite William I) Hebb. a candidate for He ministry from I'nlon Theoloclcal Seminary. Those case has teen uo before tho Presbytery Jor nearly two lears. applied nirnin for admls iloc. and a lone time was spent yestorday In lurthereiamlmnc him. principally upon three Kid, the atonement, future probation and tbediilnltr r't the herlpturos. Upon nil throe tj:ta his viows dlfTered from thosa held by the stricter Presbyterians. A vote was taken fitllr which resulted in 35 members belnir bfivor of his admission nnd 1!7 analnat. 10V.M) I.CSITT A t'AIhVllK. Called Slain .Iiidc" Thomas Olve Crilu Innla Full Doaes Now. PnrlnK the first two or three terms of the felted States Criminal Court presided over by uta Thomas, after his appointment last fall. the sentences he Imposed were so lleht as to tiose fomment trom lawyers and others. "Jostiend rour wife with a baby in her was to him and iou'11 touch his bympathles ifKtiveli." lawiers would sav to their clients. Bnt. as the street boy would say. Judce Thomas has "tumbled to the racket." and yes trday he astonished tho criminals before Urn and their lawyers. "Crime." he said, "will hereafter be tleited b this court with its full punishment. There li 'o be no t.uch thlna as a susDemion or re daction of sentence, excepting under extraor itoirv circumstances. I find that Unity has to effect." Then he Imposed the followlnc whences: Balratoro Sapnrlno. ten years In State prison ferielllni: counterfeit money; Joseph A. Wal fti. seven years In Sine Sine and $'-M00 line fcrcounterfelttnu: Jsbn S. Coleman, innnaicor eflhe Nvr ork Athleti- Club table. a fine tl$..iO for attemptlnc to Induce Carrie Mil art to leive a Xew Jersev boardliioohooland .tme to this city; FrnnkM. Woodward, steallnir Uttaires from the mails, three years in the EI ain Iielorrnatoiv: James B. Carroll, for rob pc the mails, two and a half years In HInc mi and Charles H Sauvey. for.robblne the wilt, tour years In SIiik lilne. nV.SlSESS TROUUUIS. tatloeer U. S. Church Tsnnkrupt Fleisch & Co. Knibnrrnaseil. Eeniaraln K Church, civil engineer of 36 V'eM Twolltl. strcot, has filed a potltlon In UtlruptcynithliabllitinsSH.TOft and nomi rlaisets$U:i,))0, consisting of 030 shares of th Church Mnchlnory Company ot NewJer r Mr Church Is ono of the bost known civil 'tlneers of this city and was formerly chief jWaeer of tl.o Croton waterworks. Ho Is a jMtnant-Colonol of tho Volunteer Kneineora. 'I Ihe liabilities $11,7'J7 nr willed secured. Ita wurlty conslstlnc of 114,437 shares of Mains stock, iwr value tl4,437 : TiUO shares IJSfn Machinery Comnuny and two notes for JW The actual value of tho security Is not liven. rX'?'n .Co , manufacturers of neokwearat Ik?, i M llroailvv.u. one of tho oldest firms In '"! "he of, business, linvn become llnanuinlly ruMrnivsed and n commltteo of creditors hatt wen appointed to look into their affairs. Their lii?.Je. "-,f"WXW nnd their assets are es timfjUdatJiUMMMi tit. "i"1 ' H,hmlilt, life Insurance acont at tirWl,!r.1! ha" lml o petition In bankruptcy Suit 1 517.",45:i and assets of uncer- wo,ut liii'oiiTBns orKiuwLKn. '"rent I'nlnrlai ope Teats Upheld by the (loni'rnl Appraisers. A doclsion of tho United States Hoard of Gen- , j A Trainers of Importance to the sucar We vas made public yostcrday.' It overrules fc.'T'6"9 of ""ftram Brothers. H H, lfowell. Ei- '"d the American HuBar lteflnlnit i..V a'-'il',t the tariff rntes nHsessed upon lhJ.t?.i;cor.d,nit '" the polnrls.-opo test under i7 T.rH;l"llul, f tllp Tn''lff ''t f Julv ' flit.V". ""H"",,r8 innltitalncd thntllie tosta lKffic,le-l,1.l"'"'-t the term "tested by be m;rlscoJ'- f0"ncl ln the Tariff law. must W)rffijlui'.(1 ,0 ",enn tl"' "l oomioerclal 1 taVtrffi0 st as remenlzod ami ucceptod In I VHVU prior to tho paaaBe of the not. ,E"et llnrrarka for Nninl Apprentices. "him.ton, Jlarch M.-To provide acconi ?'ons for the additional naval apprentices "Wtlzed uihior tho Intt Naval Appropriation wwiilchliicicaseil t.-.olr number from 1.500 ttra,i'.," V"y Departmentwlll soon award n-kv; "r 'he i-onstructloii of immense bar t(iiiri.? a,"'r H. la'anil. Newport, eapuhlo of Hnfr"1"l.-l,J,) b0- 'rhere iHannp 4imrin a1uil''Pl f IW.0()(1 with which bill l,Vr w.",' ''" carried out. und It Is pro iSi ,. ir"','1 '""''i nubstaiitlnl structures of tSsft,.."lf!n '""' "tulpnod with all appll Sr?.r,,c,V,1,: nro',or!' '.r tl,p ountmen hkt i,. I l,?s pliown that the apprentice boys '"Hie lest luot seamen In the niiy N rrrlnml .Si.lfrrinc Iroiii n Hlr.iln. J, " " Vreoiand. President of the Metro w Htreet llnilw.iy tompany..wa8 confined l.si.!i mP' -7H West KlBhty-slxth streot. ,.';! li'J'irii's he received whlln rldlnB lis hhI0 .Vrlv,n on Hunday. In the course WhlK,. ,!l,0.r.''8 became frlehtened at fCith ?''' ,sr Vieeland kept hi tliesad MtIY'Vn.ll'llv , hen ho reached homo ho ?of l f r., i ,iaf.1. s''sriy strained tho mus-Wfnirh."1-. " rtn8 not confined to his rr" an... .b!.". 8,"T8rol creat pain when "ll i ti ! ,',V,i,orti mPe- II ' expected that Ml Us ,m J,, n f(w j "ueuinonl,, Svrrll, the Death Hnte. t. i',,,1 mu r New Vork was 10.82 last fk'ot l' ' ia82 ,or th,, corresjvondlnif ' ''wi ii!lr1,.,:.r ,!-.n.rooklyn the doath "'Muaeofauatii i'neumoma was the 4. iiiiWteattaaaaaali ali Jut w-'t-'-Um' .-V rt .am. tj alllllllllllHaHaltolUlaHUMtaiMatti PERFECT HEALTH. Health of the Woods and Fields Is In Dr. Greene's Nervura. Dr. Greene's Nervura the Greatest of all Health Restorers and Best of Spring Medicines. Thoso who llvo out-door llto In the country and llvonnturnlly nro the most healthy. It Is the confinement, bad nlr. work and worry In offices, shops, factories and city homns which make 111 health sure. Peoplo hecomo weak, run down, ' ' u ' am. I (lev Itnllred. have hcadnches, poornppotltos. In- I. )iv. fat dlcestlon.kUlnoy.ntid lUcrscoiuplalnts.constl- I w&M ration, pass sleepless nights from which they JyJF wakii tired, languid and untefrcshod. Womon Ts0JK hnvencnouswenknoss, fomnlnL-omplalt.tA.dlH- jr-4 &jm&$LZ9SzrWX couraBemontnnddesiondoncy. Men have nor- ' X v "K!II votis liability, prostrntloti nnd exhaustion. In nil Jg cv ufll casos tho rnuso Is the same weak nimes and 1 jv yJajhEgV DM poor blood, I.lfc nnd strength lie In tho nerves P-MSft IvJ and blootl. Puro btobd niul strong ncrvonmnUo I uMW'eriSn bHl Jj health, strongth nnd hnpplnoss. i VlJjy Em4- Few people nro fortunate enough to live in tho w?Jfe?V ji HlAnE fresh nlr of Hold nnd forest, but tl.o health of 1 V MdHrGsSwflvxfl tho woods nnd fletds, their wonderful health- JicHBavJllHNllaaaWl sivltiBbarks.rootsandherb.cnnbohndbynltln C- BBliSSiSjSJEl the mnrvt-llous medicine. Dr. Orccno's Ncrvurn ,J4 aTwJkV'SiBRHE blood and nerve remedy. This purely ogetablo ujaffitf B. sfflSBBfflSvflrS nnd hnrmtess remedy Is tho most remarkable. jitCtcSslBflfl ftm. BaaVlstsVrsi InvlRomtor and health restorer known In the "V&Lsj" i bIbbB world to-day ;the great regencrntorof thobody. "jj3 ill aElftc7 v strengthonor and vltallzer of thonervos and- j3 Lt jk1?tVWvs $&& brntn, tho bestpurinBrnndenrlcherofthoblood -fill kVSMyLiW vc khown to science. Get your blood and nerves IjS. ePStrAflaaKV c right by using Dr, Greeno'sNorvura blood and Jj PffRTyray-1 wtVi " norvo romedy, and sound and vigorous health ---(aiffltfjB)B3ffl!KfC ft 'Bu will surely bo yours. It Is tho boat "Pffntffi'Wffiy w Wla eprfnc tonlo and rostornttvo you can " a&aJTn TTTTa li take, and will mako you woll and -MaBH-J L-L!bMb'' strong quicker than any known Jlafc. j, ff-- k" Jl Mrs, i:dvvnrd J. Boland, Acushnot 1 f - i' jJSYJvmEm Ave.. Now Bedford, Mass .says: J 'SMtaArKUi "I donH know what I should do " , ( flRaH' taaH without Dr. Groono's Norvura blood twfca- I lKMvlii laHl and norvo remedy. About two months i JTTWSjgA, WmxlSr kaHl ago. being unable to sleep, nnd at the ""siSJPr'SftB.5H,3PJ? 4 naH same time being physically tired out nnd well-nigh ex- "-feia.-. " fflMxlm iffpUi hausted, I began taking Nervura on the recommenda- 'v"staJ WfKfv vi?TlB tlon of my daughter, who had recelvod benuflt from J. mnfii - HhmI It, Within that short tlmo I have also received great tQEir&' ofaX benefit and my health has been completely rostorod. This hnppy re- I iy-.' A fUaWR suit has boon duo to no other reason than the uso of Dr. Greene's N JK-' iTlliBaTll Norvura blood and nerve remedy." f 'W ft pill I Ilemeniber.also.thntDr.Greene'sNcrvurabloodandnorvoremedy Alafrnl I is not a patent medicine, but a rcgulnr phvslclan's prescription, tho vTaWI ' discovery of Dr. Greeno, 3.rWest 14th Bt.New York City, undoubtedly tho most llvKl successful phyi-Ician in ouring nervous, chronlo and lingering diseases. and that ho "v can be consulted free of charge In any case, either personally or by lottor. SCUUOl.TEAClUUl MAKES C1IA1M1ES. She Snys She liip Iteen Persecuteil Is In n Crltlcul Condition. New Haves. Conn.. March 13. Miss Maud Hituff, teacher In a Mount Cnrmel ungraded school. Is In a critical condition at tho resi dence of Selectman Androws of that placo In consequence of what Is described as persecu tion. She went to teach In the Mount Carmol school last fall. Last January she complained of a man who. she said, was forcing his atten tions upon her. Later stories were circulated attacking her character. , Hhe learned of these stories two weeks ago and has boon In a hstericnl condition slnco then. Last Thursday the School Committee spent tl.o whole day vlsltinc hor school. Hho was prostrated, she says. In consequence of the questions she was compelled to answer. On Thursday evening sho became delirious. Hho was put under guard on Friday and several times attempted suicide, iesterday she es caped from tho house and clad in her night gown ran a mile through tho enow. Sho was traced by the pieces of hergown which she had torn and thrown away. Sho was finally found unconscious in a drift of snow. Her life was saved, but-sho is still ln a critical state, The llev. Dr. Mudio, pastor of tho Mount Carmol Church, ban preferred charges against the man she accused. ALBERT lt. MIjTOS'S ISCOMK. Ilia Wife Sny There Ia None from Their Joint Ken I Estate Tinsliiesa. Mrs. Albert B.Hilton was oxaminodln her husband's bankruptcy proceedings beforo Ref eree Pendleton at 44 Broadway yesterday af ternoon. In reply to questions she said that she was indirectly engaged In tho real ostato business at '-.'80 Broadway. Her husband was her agent, but sho paid him no salary. " How do you arrange as to tho income from your buslnoss ?" sho was asked. "There Is no Income: not enough to pay clerk hire," replied the witness. " How do you know ?" " I have given money tn pay expenses. "Isn't It nfact, Mrs, Hilton, that you know nothing of this business and that, usa matter of fact, your husband simply uses your name t' " Yes, that is the fact." "And you never get any money from tho business?" "Nonontull." , , Mrs. Hilton was then excused. A claim of $3,000 made by W. J. lt. Frutcbey was allowod againBt Mr. Hilton. tossed nv a stVAait nur.T.. Colgate Hoyt's Farm Mnnncer Seriously Hurt nt Centre Isln.ul. Otstkb Bay. L. I.. March 13. R. K. Kennedy, manager of the country placo of Colgate Hoyt on Centre Island, Is Buffering from sevoio wounds recolved by being Borod by a bull. Ho was lu one of the large Holds on Huturday and the bull chnrcod upon him. Before he could escape tho animal tossod him In the air. When he fell the bull attacked him again. Mr. Ken nedy saved himself from worse Injuries by rolling over and over qiilcLly a number or times. Ho was rescued by other employees. Dr. Hall was summoned to nttt-n.1 him. Ho found tho flesh on Mr. Kennedy's stomach lacoratud in several places. There were a number of bruises on hlsbody nnd other external Injuries. Thu bull has boon con demned to death by tho owner. Missixo sviioor.oinr, turxs vv. Had Oot o l'lnt-e n n fiervnnt-Hent to st Home ns Incorrigible, Eleanor Frances Wolss, tho 15-year-old schoolgirl who disappeared lust Frldny from the home of hor aunt. Mrs. Mary Johnson, nt 373 West 123d stroet, was found yosterdny. Bho had got a place nt n house In West 103th street ns a eliamborinuld, but hor mistress, recognizing hor from the description In tho newspapers, turned her over to the pollco. Her futhor. John Weiss of Trenton. N.J.. took her to the Harlem Police Court yesterday. On hla statement that his daughter was Incorrigible. Magistrate Drann committed her to the House of the Good Hhephord. Navy Ynrd Notes. The refrigerating vessol Glaolerwlll go Into commission at tho navy yard in Brooklyn to day, Hhe will sail for JIunlla In n fow woeks. Copt. Wlldb. Naval Constructor Bowles and Assistant Nnval Constructor Tompson have Wen appointed n board of Inquiry by tomnio dore Philip to Investigate the working of the lire depurtiuent at tho navy yard and tosoe ir it run bo Improved. " , , , ... .. . Orders havo been recelvod from, Washington directing these officers, now stntlonod at the navy yard in Brooklyn, to report nt the Naval Hospltul for examination, for promotion under the Naval lVisonnel bill; Commodore John W. Philip. CnPt l no rs . w &sH,n ni F . .K1 '"il" V" nnt.ComnninnVr '. D ' ""111. Lieut. II. I . Brvtin. W "" Pratt. W. 0. Cutter, II. T. Wn ling. lt.L Russell. Jnmes A Hherwati. H. H. 11 lay. T. M. Potts. K. !'. Quail rough, nnd 11. K. Hlnes nnd I'.iislgns L. H, Tompson, U. C Day nnd Jaiuos 1-'. Parker. ICIertrlc Cab Upsets at ii Corner. An electric cab in churgo of Motovmau John Shea of UOtl Eighth avenuo was upset at tho corner of 115th htrcetniid Eighth avenue yes terday afternoon through Khea trying to turn the corner loo abruptly. Mrs. II. J. Meyer of 7ft Conrad avenue and a woman friend, to oc cupanteof the cab, were thrown ""'"' ft eapod With a few brulaes. The cub 'WM bad y ria.naeed It was taken to tho oflloo of tho EJocfrlc VelilcloCompany at lmt Broadway. Nnturnl History Museiiui Appropriation. The Mayor gave a heating yesterdoy on Son ator riuoklti'a bill paeaed by the legislature. Increasing the appropriation of the Mueum of Natural iHlatory from JIO.OOO, to iWP year. Henntor P unkltt and r'0,-.J",c.!r'J ilicimore arvke In Javorof the iiasure. and o oe opiUV It. Tho lluyotud pot un j uouuee his dtjcUtoo. HEAL VSTATK XEIVH. Tho real estate market was inactive yester day. Thero were few priviito sales reported and but one parcel was sold in the auction room. A meohanlcs' Hen for $05,063.33 In favor of Mlchnol Reld .t Co., bullderx, was filed against Johu A. Chanter ontho property No. 208Broad way. In course of construction, for materials, plumbing oi.d Iron work. The building ubout to bo erected on tho southeast corner of Fifth nvonue and Twenty first street has been leased to Charles P. Rog ers & Co. for ten years by Ogdon Clarkson. Private Sales. L. J. Phillips A- Co. hnvo sold to the Motro- folltan Improvement Company thn lot, 25x 50. on the southeast corner of the Boulevard and Ninety-second street. llall J. How ,t Co. have sold to a Mr. Holrderbor the plot. 50x80. on tho west side of Eighth avenue. 50 foot north of 128th street. J. llclpeln.iniui .t Son have sold two houses, ln course of erection, on the west sldo of Madi son avenuo. betwoen 110th and 120th streets, for about $.30,000. Lowenfold ,t Prager havo sold to A. Sllverson the two dwellings, on lot 50x40. Nos. 40 and 42 East Third street. They have bought the olu buildings, on lot 22 11x00. on thu southeast cornorof Orchard and Broome- streets. Slawson 4 Hobbs havo sold for Joseph L. O'Brien, manager of tho estate of Morris O Brien. deceased, tho two lots situated ot the southwesterly corner of the Boulevard and 112th street. Terms private. Auction Hales. At the New York Real Estate Salesroom yes terday Bryan L.Kennellysold.lnforoclosure.th three-story brick flat, on lot 15xlitt.ll. No. 518 West 140th street, to the plaintiff, David Stewart, for $11,000. New Buildings. Plans were filed with tho Department of Buildings yesterday for the followlnc: By Georgo Refchnrd, owner, for n five-story loft building at No. 541 WestForty-thlrd street; architects. J. Bockell A Son: cost, 512.000. By Mrs. J. M. Livingston, owner, for a flve Htory dwelling at No. 002 Fifth avonuo; archi tect. Georgo A. Freeman: cost. $80,000. By Lehigh Vnlloy Railroad Company, owner, for a storage building at south side of Forty fourth street, from First avenue to the East River; architect. J. G. Hocke: cost. $700. JtviX emit 4 lc (City. HARLEM TUB SUN, HO WEST 125TII ST., BRANCH. " v. GJIIEAT BAHOAIN.-Must ba sold: only M.B00 ' caih reiiuired, balance long inortgsca, $24,500, Chi. Iiuyseleaaut iBD-fsmlly biownstons apartment liot.se. .17 East ur.th st., near Madison av.; rentals 12,700, Quest tennts; pays net $1,100; growing Cant In value; Title Insurance policy .examine at once. OWNKK. uo Broadway, room 12B. Telephone, 8MB Curtlnndt. rjBKKNWUJn 8TTh3k arnd-io7 niBTTsUbiiT vJ (JYltlLI.K CAUItnAU, 235 Orand St., near Bowerj. IOTd. Jf. e. con lit av7anu107ti it.. lOOzlia, ' IiOts n k cor. 8d av. and l3d st, M)ir,o. Lots rt3I K. IRTtli at., small bouse, noiluo, Ixits lautli at. near J-enoi, f.ui.oo. UVH.I,U CARItKAU, 2r4 Orand St., near Jlowerr. 1 1 (TH ST., near Lexington ar.-Flne R story J Xtl double flat; well rented (sacrifice). CYMLLE CABKEAU, 23r, Orand sl near Dovrerr. geal C5jstntc ox nW grootilp. BRICKH0U8E8 $3,200 and Up. Easy Terms. Arrangeil for one, two and throe families; all mod ern iinproveturnla; 20 fret wide, streets pared and sewered; sidewalks flagged, ess, Ac. Kear VAN SICLEN AVE. STATION, KINC.S COUNTY 1,1 oftlco on corner, JERMAN-AMERIGAN IMPROVEMENT J0 SUBSTANTIAL, ARTISTIC HOUSES, bnrk and atone; every Iniitrorrtnent and luxury; del'ghtfi.l, restrlrtrd i.eiul.burbood. nssr Prospect Park. SO mini. tea from Park mw by Klatbusb av. isr tT.OOOlnlu.BOO, send for circulsi, IIENnY VV, HIIKIIlIILI,. iimnauer state of John J-eHerli, 13 Will m. Kb by at., near (niton, Ural (fi,6tntr ox jSitU orouflh of ojufrms. MODERN HOUSES. Hi.voo TO six.sno. sarn l 700 t'AHil. IIAI.A.NC'i: I.'AMV. rAI.KINBURa, BuilJei, oppofUo Murray UIU Bta tlon, Mushii.e. $NU S Jitatc ov alf Uny Struts, TUB SUN Newark, N. J Branch. ADVldHIBEna MAY LEAVK OnDEBB AT -U4 I1IIOVI) HI'.. WHERE THE BAUKOAltE AND ATIENTION VV1IX BE 8IIOWN IB AT ilklS Oi'HCE. NO i:XlB CHAUaEfl. mrmTor sale pieJj"grw YJo'nrooS bouie. barn, carriage and tow house and other nuw b..ildl-i; water lu klubcn. letniaeasi Address ft AtiUxJON, Uoruauv UU, Uonuuiuth Co., H.i, 3vtt ffl-jiutt J oc nlt tjounttju AT oXltYI,, South Tonkrs.-lfousa of nine rooma and bath foraala: Impravamantat plot BOxioo! DiaracUruled strteti water, uas, sewer, FBEDEBICK JIACEKL, B4 Van Cortlandt av Caryl, Yonkers. Ural (fttaU J!oe Salt or Ho $tt (Country. A 2-CENT STAMP will Dnd just thn House, Beat Estate or Farm you are looking for, , Write and tell us what yon want, and TUB HEST BEAL EHTATE AUKNr IN THE 11 OAMTY YOU MENTION W7I,1, HE rl.ACED IN IMItKUIATK COMMUNICATION WITH YOU. This will sain you time, trouble and expense. No charga lo you. Owners iar all commissions. WE havo an District OUtces In the City nf New York, and an Atrent In every town within 100 inllas of New York; Acents la-SUHtates and 1,060 cltlra and towns. United Real Estate Agents, a to 11 IlrotKlwnr. Navv York. 1"?6b SiTiiEorto let. a bandsomi rountrr residence located on Chester Hill, Mount Vernon, i-ouuin-Ing 10 rooms, bath and laiindrr; all modem Im provements; lot CoxlOO; Immediate, possession. Call onoraddreas .Mrs. LEE. 31 ft West Bath st. gUat (AjStntt. SQfin Boven-room house, bath, all Improve 3JJl. ments: 2R feet wide; ilrr cellar: nice loca tion, price, tff.OOO, parable tnoo rash, balance $25 monthly: now rents for S2B. CONUIOT, 1 Mont gomerx at., Jersey CltjN Stent (Ejstnte Wnntetl. WANTED To buy cheap, house, flat or tenement, in good..rost!nt location, .d3rcas, irlth terms and particulars, BRADY, box 11H Hun oiflos. ' i j . .. gtreUino oujjejs Co IPct. 20 "East" 33d St. Four-story high-stoop stone dwelllne; de sirable business locality. 8. K. .IAYNK & CO., L',-,4 West 23d Bt. Telephone a.12 IBtli. utttluhetl Qowfl go get gt. M. BOONTONTOB nEALTn.-Fnrnlshed cotUKeafor rent. E. J. CAHILI, Boonton, N. i. Ha "g,tt ror gujiineiJjs Jutpouw. mmm loft, 55x200 Brooklyn Bridge snd William at GO Windows. -1 Elevators. POWER DAY AKU NIGHT RULAND 4wnmNO,5Beekmattst. whois trrpsizx. part QOHnakm'an&t Tnl of UV UWwnlllUlI vaaVl H V toVi Will haTe new electric elev ator and be put tn flrat clasa order. BUI,AND A- wfilTINQ. B Ueekman at, TO REJiT FIKST FUIOB, WITII 5 TO 10 IIOKNR I'OVVKU; ALSO FINK FI.OORH, WITH POWKH, StllTAIlLK. FOU MAM IT FACTUUING .TKVVUI.I.i:KS, IN IllJUIt PRINTING HOllSK. Ari'LY TO J. rAULKKKB, 18 JACOB BT. A SO factories, warehouses and mills, with . power, to let V. W. HAYNESJISB Broadway. L'lBEBTY BUILDING, corner" Liberty and" Green wiob; elrsant omces, large and small; all con veniences; 12 to tuu. lnts nnd 3vpartrariiW Eo et. THU UOCK1VOOI), 241 West asd at., near Broadway. Apartments of eight lioht moms; steam heated; aaoandlftO: first floor and basement, eight rooms, occupied msny years by a physician. J. EJJUAK LliAYCHAbT, 131.7 Ilrondvrny. AT BOB Columbus av. for rooms, bath. Applr on premises or BAKEB. DC Nassau at., room S27. jStlert onrr. APABTMENTS, bachelor apartments, apartment hotels, board, rooms: only htgb-olaaa accommo dations where refereneea exchanged; evarythlngtn spectod: hare accurate descriptions. MANHATTAN APABTMENT COMPANY, 1188 Broadway. WETBOPOLITAN AQENOY. Astor Court, IR West' 84th St. We hare a carefully selected list of rooms, single and en suite; housekeeping and bach elor apartments. Uast Side. MADISON AV., 03. NEAR WTII. Elevator; steam heat; main floor dining room. 1 MADISON" AVTI lR8-iBB.-6econd floor: private bath; other single and donble rooms for gentlemen TH ST., 28 EABT. block (westward) from Broad way. Pleasant square snnny room; married couple; bountiful table. 9STH HZ, 110EA8T (near" Madison Bquarel. X"J Handsome large and small rooms; delightful tabio boarU; reaaonable. SSI) ST., 10 EAST.-Chotre location; excellent table; moderate terma; table board. West Side. WAVEBLKYPLACE.211. Oood board, homo com forts; moderate terms; also room suitable for two, Mrs. 8 ALII. WABlUNaTON PLACE, 14 1. -Largs front room, auitable. 18; with board, B; also single room. "1lTn'OT., 209 WEST. Largo and sinalffront Xr rooms; exceuant table; reasonable rates; easy to learn Bpanlah. NTH ST., 89 WEST. One large, aunny room, with board: highest references given and required. 1 QTnBT., 11 WEST. Large, small handsomely XOfnmlshed front sunny rooms; alUonvenlenres; transients accommodated: table unexcelled. OT BT ST., an WEST. Large room; "also single X.A room, with board; references exebangtd; cen tral location OCTSTbT., 3D WEST.-Hotel accommodations at iv reasonable rates for permanent parties; clean, quiet, comfortable family hotel. V QQD ST., IS WEST, Large, handsome room, hall 00 room; choice table; transients accommodated; references. i5 QD ST.. ISO WEBT.-Handsomeh- furnished 1 OO large room with board for two, (11; excellent table. uraiflbrflSoomsSapanmrina to t EnstSlde. AT 8 University Place, opposite Washington Square, elegant furnished room"-, all conven iences; superior house; gentlemen only. 3JABK AV., I020."oornsr SSthstT Charming sunny, - homelike, large, small rooma; parlor, doctor, demist: private house: reasonable: references. A TH ST., 241 KABT. Large parlor floor: every a. X" convenience for pbyslclsn or dentist or Imsi nesa: other rooms. n III ST., 12 EAST. Chserfnh comfortable rooms! breakfast If desired: good references given and required. QOD ST., 10 EAST, Third floor, large, pleasant 0i front room, with bath; adjoining hall room with oloseti square ball room, closet, fourth floor; references exchanged. West Side. WABniNOTON PLACE. WEST. (W.-Large, pleas- ti ant front room, suitable for two; also smsll room. MTH ST., 8SB WEST.-Nlcely furnished large room; not and cold water; prices reasonable I QTH-BT,, 11B nAST.-Uandsomtly furnished lO rooms for gentlemen, every convenience; su. perior attendance; private house; good location. 01 ST ST., 420 WIT.-Double and Iwo single mX rooms, well furnished: ejcoluslve uss of floor; private bath, heat and gas: to psrty of gentlemen; private house, with owner: references 2OD ST.. 2B3 WE81V- Parlor and bedroom connect J ing; neat; running water; bath; suitable for two; B, J VAN rHTEN. 94.TH BT.f IB WEST.-Wlth or wllhont privats iur bath; elevator: electrlo light; service; steam heat; prices moderate. QOD HT.1 82"WEST.-Handsomely "furnished suite iiot rooms; slso square room; gentlemen only; without board. 'tTAyn BT., 244 WEST, Handaomely furnished or large and smsll rooms; also parlor, suitable for physician; table board. Of'TH BT 5B WEST. Rooms for gentlemen de. OU siring permanent qusrters; breakfast; also physician's office with use nf waiting room; from Msy 1; references. 1 1 -UANbsQME'pABLORr suitable physician Oi vr. or couple: also large and small rooms rea sonable. .142 West 2nd st ffur-lstorrl Xoomm So 2et gtooWaa. PINEAPPLE ST., as, Heights, near bridge: sant tsry plumbing; every convenience, terms mod crate; references. gurdinjff nnd (Sxrhnnnc. I n I V o I, D HKTAl. " Have you any 0U ttAV( 1&.XS "WVKR. ZINC. PEWTKB. TEA LEAD, OLD TVPK. 1-XfA, D'X7?J'. BTEIlEoff PE, OLD BOOKH, PAPEII, ACT BEWA POSTAL OlBIi and I will call. t. . . DOBNSTE1N. 1P9 William at., near Trankfort it OI.D COLD JEWELIlYl "" OJd fold remodelled, exchanged or bought for caXh. X-UUUT BUOS., 3d av., cortttbaU t taVskiifljfimnUii. MRS.bSErtJgOOJNG SCHOOL, .If your Sen ant nerils Instrartliin In the 1 - Aft ot Vntlklng; CaB haf atttritlon lo this iipportunlty. .THIS COUPOk .ENTITLES A KI.lrftF.COM MENl)K8KnVAXTVOONr. KllEE LESSON; ABTlFldlAli rLbTrjttt8.-Wantc.r. bright girls to learn in liowVrsi paid Willi learning 3 a week. GOLDHKltO k HAKBIBON, 2B-27 West Jluuatnn at. A BTIFlilALXlWfcltSJvTairteit. expe rlenoml -v violet roakerai itSod psy, HOLDHEBU K HAB BISON, 20-27 wanilen.tohat. 1O0KBINDEliH.-Uti.iUoldari, pasters, and pin." a phlrt covsrstt stea.tr work; good pay. WAT-KB8-8 111NDEBY-10S.rnIlonat BOOK rOLDRltS' aull" stitchers wanted: steady wnrk, . , , .lONFMAUlO-nntlNtCII.. llu-IM Mhav. BOOKUIjVDEKriEilije'rirncad insgatlna gather" era warjte,d at , r',TJ,tOY'B, 207 Fast 13th st, MUUBBREitrj. FlratVlass oi.ln " CaiiipbelFa ma-J- chine. lilmltry.I Bsekman st. OPEBATpUH'ok'tAOK WoJik". WILLCOX OIBB4 MAOHISKS. VVIUljrMAX k CO., USB OltKKNE ST 1)APEf DOXriJ Experienced girls on gl.tn and paste work, also small girls to learn, paid while learning. O ElillltltKUl-1-f, YN N CO., Mil Woostor st UHBllKiLA-a-VaStad, olVators on Wlllcoi" Ulbbs machliles: stsady work. ABNOLin H011UT itO,. 2B8 Church at. t ANTEb .Vyoiiugivoinan not over 2t, v rrr rapid ' and correct, ae.ateiiogravber and typewriter; one who is ll.nrovuthtr at home lu theOarrnan lau guage, ve rr tirtelllgatit, hlghlr educated, andwhoaa associations are the most rnflned and cultured. Ad dress A, CJ, box 2,13 Bun oftlM. WANTrtJ-A ypiitig lailrh"mako herself Ijener T allv uaeful In atom wages 0. Surgical Instru ment storo, 148taat2Adst... : ', jl ', .' , 5oim5tig .gftvnntui .Vantttt. AOIIIL to conkand Itslit vvllh washing and Iron ing; iitivato family. Inquire at 44 VVest M7lh at. from 10 lo 1 o'clock; pUAMBEIIMAIDsTeooks. J0 tolno; laundresses, V kltchenmaldh 10 .waitresses, houseworkers, 2B cooks who wash andiron, laundresses who do chain barwork, French, German and English lady's maids, 10 nurses, Freueh nursery governess, butlers, sen ond snd third man. prlvalc family chers. roaebmen, grooms and Useful men, servants In all rapacities, wanted at ones. Mrs. L. BKKLY, OS West 22d st. Servants' entrance, S32 flth av. Telephone call lBlllSlhst. "' , , CiUAMBEBMAID for city family; must have good ' references; Protestant ', Mrs. UJiEKLY, 362 Bthav. J?lIlbT-CrAS3 Bweulsh cooifgood waRcs: referencta required. . Mrs, L. SIJXY. .1.-12 nth av. I AUNDBESS Mid chambermaid; ages 20; ProT 1 estant, oltr family; must lie thoroughly Lomjic tentt referencss required. Mrs. L. 8EELY, B.-.2 rlth av. LAUNDBESStocotoPiltslleFd, Maaa.: wages 120; references required. Mrs. L. 8EELY. 352 (Ithav. IJBOTESTANT-reokt wages 20: n.uat be compa - tent and have best references. t Mrs. L. HEELY. 852 8th av. WANTED-airTT20 to"25vears old: chamber maid: 18, with board. Call at 169 West 3tJlh st. at 1 P. M. gVrjentis wrrlP-lUtiui 1JBOFITABLE WOBK offered agonbi In every town - to secure subscriptions to U.e Ladle' Home Jour nal ana in naturaay r.veiung rose, uoou pay rnr good wnrk. We want agents to work thoroughly and with bu-ttness systord to cover each section with our Illustrated little booklets and other advertising mat ter. How well mnt of our agents have succeeded la told ti. a little booklet Ire would 1IJ.0 to send you portraits or some of oar best agent., with U. story of how they made, it j.ay. THE CUBfia PDBLI81IINO CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. S7 (( DAILY. SellTl.g Rpeeialtv Soap; sample t .WU outfltfree, LEA8KBOAPCO.,Cuiclnnatl.O. Wantcii atalts Icclmniw. &c. "IJOOKBINDEBS. Blrong boya who have worked In X bindery. D. H. BBA88IL, 411 l'earlst. C OMPOsiTOB-SWANTIU) orl straight mstter." Call at liu Cjdar stJ , SAWYEB. B.p nb4 orossiui: experienced ln box fsclory. COLUMBIA BOX FTBY., 440 11th av. TO BOOKBINDtfRI.-Printed forwarders wanted. X J. U. ENGLISH A BON. UO Murray ff ryiK BOOFEBH WANTED.-T X UAOW. 205 East Oflth et; LrMBBELLAB wiutedT flrat-olass cutter at once. J ABNOLTj. bCllirr A CO..Sna Church at. "ANTFD Men to learn barber trade: new sys ' tern; only eight weeks' required; best trade going; barbers always ln demsiul; big pay; call nr write for free .catalogue. MOLEB'B barber achool, 88a Bowery 7 ANTED Instrument and clock makors' apiiren ' tlcea to assemble shnttara ror cameras; also experienced men to'aasembla cameras. Apply morn ings from 11 to 13 o'clock st'o. 114 East 61st st. WANTED A young man that has worked ln book bindery. ,. ' A. NEHhBAB A SoK, 184-180 WtlUam st Wanttit snHlM--HjjcUantoufl. CASH BOYS WANTED. Aiiply, with references and employment oertltlrate. LOBD ft TAYLOB, Jtroadway and 20thjt. TF YOU ABE A CATHoTjC, unomplojed", and will X work for tm per week, writo to MACCONNELL BBOB ,11 FrankUnet., Boston, Mass. SALESMEN wanted -r-ltheslabllshed traJoln cigars on 01.H of the biggest aelllng seed and Uavt,na lines In the market. Address. CONFlDatTIAL.UtW Fultoh St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. VANTEp Undertaker's asttetant; Proteitant, T jtracttcai embalmer; first-class reference re quired. Address NEAT, box 80 1242 Broadway. VANTED-8tockclerk, experienced in wholesale 11 notions; with reference. U.jB., lwxlll Bunofflce. f irtiMSlajjj;. SJrtp ef rmalfji. DOMESTIC OEPARTaiENT OF St. Bartholomew's Employment Bureau 211 East 42d-st. .Telepnono 2BH4 .18th at. First-class aom(atic employees of all kinds. CvOMPETENTcookntagesl2t; undcrstanda roast Ing and broiling meat and poultry, making good pastrj, Ac; beat city refereneea. C. L, box 650 Sun uptown office, 12HB Broadway. (" 1HAMDEBMAID and laundress: thoroiiahiycon? J petent: wagea JJJOI best references. B. J, box ceo Bun uptown office, 1205 Broadway. COOK; undsretapds all kinds of good famllyTook ing: but referepoea, C. A., box M.1 Sun up town office, 1205 Broadway. COMYFTENTchambermaia: wages 20; best ref ereuces, at. A. J., box &57 8..11 uptown office, 128& Broadway. DEMONBTBATOB of many years fiperienco and high rererencos.wlshen migageineut 011 salsry, or salary and commission: deuartnient stores iny spe cialty: no particular line of business; ran tall, up and aell almost any reliable aru.lc: uo outdoor agencies or canvaaslng wantsil. Address A. E,, box lfl8 Bun uptown oMce, 15BB)3roadwaj 17I1UJT-CLAS3 Swedish waltn-ss; wages (20; tin deratands serving wines, carving, making sata-l lresal.igi.;c.-, best references. E. It., box BBHBuu ujitown offlce, 12DB Broadwsy, I' riUST-CLABS cook; wagea lilB; uuclerstauds all - kinds ef plain and fauoy cooking; city lrfer ences. M, J., box G70 Hun uptown office, 12115 13 road -wai. , I?IUST-CLA8S laundress: utideretsnds shirts, col - lars. cuffs, Ac, city references. It. C, box 654 Sun uptown office, 1305 Broadway, INFANTS nnreef wagte t20; understands entire rare; excellent retersnoes, V. C. box r72 Sun uptown offlce, 12rtf Broadway, LAUNDRES8-Thortrughl competent; wagea 120, understands shirts, collars, cut!., Ac: city refer sners. M. B., box r.eil Bun uptown office, 12UB Broadway. , . MAID fo young lady: wllltng to assisTwith chara berwork. wages 120) city references. M. C, box B71 Sun uptdwn ofllco', 12U5 Broadway, TIBOTESTANT nurse: wagtei20: good seamstress; X best rsfarrnoas: A, U., box r,74 Sun uptown office, 1 2115 Broadway, SWEDISH cookt-underatauda cooking thoroughly; best private, rknilly references. J, 8., box 6BU Buu uptown office. 12(13 Broadway. 'I'nOROUPULYojnpitanl kltchenualdi wages I tll, neat, willing, and obliging, cltr references, J, S box B6B Bun upto-nofticc. 12UB Ilroailway, "TAlTItlfa8. Thorvuohly competent; wagea $20; beat references, 11. 0. 0.. box 68 Buu uptown office, 128B Broadway. efirist-CJlasji ' JRt lp t mains -gro-' uttm 1?DI'CAT1I Amrlcan, several jssrs resident In J Cuba, proficient lu Spanish, desires employment as rorrrspondent and Intsprtter. Addrars Mis. 11. PEItABO, cara.Mta. I.,W. Thomas, st.ullo, a East ltti at.. cy. ,,. ArANTED"flKuafianaa trained ixirssry insld'foT young rhlltii (20, Addllas A. HHKKUIN, Clovo road, rialbush. nlonal, AYOUNlt MAK Ol S Vrars acruatomed to travel anil the cars of Invalids, aould drslrn In b- em ployed aaoornpau'loDtuany who may cuutnmplatu a Journey; can furnish good reference. Address J., box 281 Lawrence, Mass, AN EXpIbIKNCED llAItrniJDEJt (msrrledmanj wishes steady position, 1 1nlelliue.it snd sua ble, can f urnl ill flft-Us referenced, Address KJMrMtJLTT, 1H)I Jth av., Brooklyn AYOITNO il (Atoaiieaui of ability wants posl. tlon as lalaHmau. collector, or office work; ran furnixh ejcellsut reference, Address 0. 11., box 170 Hun office. ' a FltlBT-CLAsS. ceinpoailor wants a sletuty sit A .aUon uiodeMla,wsgea.Addres NON-UNION, boa tut -inofttae. , . CITITATldN waiUH .br'TrsOdass (1rs.ighUma.7i ij D.lcbanlcalinJjJa'i'P' 'Cllfe. Address ' XJ?Ji(;;.,Ux20Jbuugfflc. Reading otela aufl JSrutautnatK. This list appears Tuesdays and Saturdays., Hotel lurorimitlnn Free. For booklets of American. European Hotels. SPRING RESORTS, AUn Hate of ApartmenU In Hotal below, call or iwddrm (npnd ttamp) fllolel 'tt'arUT Itiirenu, 03 Firth Are., . for. tin Itrpent St., l.oailon. MS Ilim tie lllroll, farim. SO O.ia St.tlemn lltittl'te, Nice. HOTEL POCKET GUIDE (A. 1 American Plan: K. P., European: Op., Open.) ALllANY,N,Y..Hotel Ten Eyck. E.P., $2 i.pt A.P..I4 lip do .. . Hotel Ketimore, A. P., $4 up AHUEVlLI.i:, N. G Battery Park Hotel, A. P., It up , lintel Rudolf . . A. P., $4 Hotel Islrsworth. ... .A. P., tn.BO to (B g . Hotel De Villa A.P3. Coach meets all trains. -' J Grand Allai.tlo Hotel .A. P.. 3: E. P., 1.B0 -Jrjy.; Boscable (B-'y av.) (13 to (18 weekly P The Wlltal.lro A.P,(3to(5 " rhelrvlnglon A. P., (2.B0 The Bonian A. P , Sit up. E. P., (1.60 up BALTIMOnE.Mil Il.n Carmtlton, A. P., (Hup BOSTON, Mass . Hotel Vondome, A. P., (B do, Hotel Brunswick, E. P., (1.B0; A P., (8 do. t'oplev-Si.Hotel,E.P.,(t.fi0upiA.P,(3.BUup BltOOKLYN, N. Y.TlieHt. Oeorcc E. P.. (1 ; A,P..(3 up CUIOAOO.lll Islington Hotel E.P ,(1 up: A.P..CIUP . .' . TAMPA, Tamj.a Bay Hotel, A, P., open 5 ". -u Dec. r, A. E. D10K, Mgr. 5 to. :3 WINTEItPAUK.Benilnole.A. P.. open 5-'ir."3 Jan. 18 . O. L. FBISBEE, Mgr. Sis'3 O0AI,A, Orala House, A. V., oen all qa"-a year PHIL F BBOWN, Mgr. Ea5S3ib BELLEAIB, Bellavlew, A. P., open 3 lBtso Jan 18 W. A, BVBItON, Mgr. 2 SSc'i FOBT MYKB8, Fort Myers Hotel, A. ritin I Popen Jan. 18. F.H.ABBOTT, Mgr. FLOBIDA, Jacksonv Ills Bt. James Hotel, A. P., (3 up LAKEWOOD.N .T New Lexington Hotel, A. P., S2.N) up. A. H. Larrabee, Prop. Kenning-( Do Vcre, Prlnceof Wales A Broadwalk, op. ton Kensington Pal., now oieii to the publlo; Hotels. ( lift; cKclrlc light; everything up to date, Tsvcnrvv ( Wastmlnstor, high class. Residential hi iJvi,.i,. 1 Hotel, unexcelled for cuisine, com St. Ermln s ) fort. moilrn tarl0r, MOIULK, Ala Battle House, A. P., S2.B0up NEW HAVEN, Conn Hotel Savoy. E. P.. (1 up NEW OltLEtNS, La .St. Charles Hotel, A. P., (4 up NEW YOBK Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P.. SB up do. Holland House E. P., (2 up do. (ChsmbersAW.B'waylCosmopolitan.E.P., (1 up OMAHA, Neb.. Her Grand Hotel . .. .E. P.. (1 up OLD POINT COMFORT, Va.HtlOhamberlln.a.p..(4 up PniLADELPHIA,l'a.Aldlne,a.p.(3.B0up;e ii.(l. BOup do. The Lararette (Rest. Alo. and Tdh.), E. P., (1 up PITTHBURO.Pa.,Htl Behenley.e.p.d.BOup; a.ii.(4 up BED BANK, N..T., Rumson Inn, now open. Thomas SOUTHERN PINES. N.C Plney Woods Inn 8T. LOl'IS. Mo..Plantem' Hotel, F.. P(2 up;A.P.,(4 up SYRACUSE, N. Y.. Yates Hotel. E. P., (1.B0: A. P., (4 WASUINOTON, D. C Arlington Hotel, A. P., (B do. ..Hotel Gordon, A. P., SB up; E. P., (2.&0 up do. (Restaurant Alo.), Hotel Chainberl!n,E.P.,(2up do. ... .. The Raleigh, E. P., (1.&0 up IT 1.1- tt.4 nis. oaw fnaa P&riB ft. UnSaiHff w AUin Biaa n'j'Eattf uroi iav5ot 11 viauvDtiaj sv uh,iiiuiijs WHERE TO OINE. For information. clrcnHr, Arc. of any Restaurant or Hotel below call or ad Jrere (send stamp) HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU, 0: Fifth Avo.. New York. Ale. means A la Carlo: Tdh. means Table d'Uoto dinner. Drltnntilrn's nth avenue, corner 44th st. Ale, nlti: VOOKT II8K 1 Bth av, A Hth st. Ale. A unex-Hre-voort Ilntisn ' celledTdh.,S1.25, wlthimp'd Brevoort Ilnnsn wine. Concert every evening Leon riotirct.r.thav.AlHth. Alc.Tdh ,Sl,2B(Muslc) Mnrnllo'a . .. .4 W. 2IUh at, Tdh. (Music). Marsh's, 104 W. 34 (B. fc L, Tdh) Din. A S. Ale. Muslo Terrnce Onrclen, I B$th st, near Lex. av. Ale. Cafe lleumiinn, I Broadway and Beade nt. Ale Hotel IIunEnrln,4UnlonBiTdb. 7Ec.;wlthwlne(l Liichovv'sOerinnnltnstfiurnnt, 110 East 1 4th st. An Clint Nolr iBBl W.B'way(Tdh.r,Oc.wlne)nptown An Ch.it Nolr J32W.2H.Alo.,Tdh. L'ch.B0c.D'r.76c. AuChntNoIr ' (Music) AfterTlientre Siippnra. lluncnrln Itestnurnnt, iBcccntly enlarged and On Sd uv. nml 10th at. jlmproved. Tdh. A Ale. Cnfe Hoillevnrd. ) Celebrated Oypsy Band. Montnnelll, 107 W. 44th (Tdh. 70c, wine. Music) The Wendell, 28 E. 20th st. Tdh , Lch., 80c. Ale A rill 11 Chnlicrty, ) . .. , 12S West 20th St. ! A1C- (Tdh" B0C" """ Jncqulji .. . B7 West 20th st. Ale. Tdh.. BSo. Sherman Square rloiel, BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMERICAN PL.N. Rtrictly a family hotel; choice nlten, furnihed or tinfurnlshed, to rent by the aeaaon or year. Oulalno and Ber ice of the hlKhest order. All water tined In thin hotel is filtered. Kates reaaonable. Location com eulent to all parts of the citr. W A 1.1 Kit lavAWKKXCK Slanager. HOTEL LINCOLN, Broadway and 52d St., NEW YORK. THOMAS J.. JJOIXB, Manager. Jloomi En Suite or Singly. European Plan. THE CARDED HOTEL: ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. NOW OIT.N. The most delightful hotel on tho Atlantic Coast. For Excellence of Cuisine andServlccltisnnstirpassed. Uotand Cold Fresh and Bait Water Baths with Every hutte of Booms. THE SLEVBN HOTEL 14TH ST. AND 7TH AV. ' For gentlemeu. on the European plan, (1 per day: speoisl rates for largo and small rooms, by the week or month. lUJOHJILEVIN, Proprietor. llnTF"! MARTV French tsble d'hote, fiOc. nui ITIrtnil, o,,on j,,., night nd 47 West 24th St. Kfr Pri", Dlulne gianorortw, Oronivs, St. " WEBER PIANO WAREROOMS, COll. FIIT1I AVK. ANI .SIXTKKNTII ST. Wn bate aaln accumulated a ji umber of tlisbtly Htted and Hrmud-hatid plauos or well-knowu in o Vera, which hate bteu taLen in ezchanso for new Weber IlanuH. The Public has learned tn understand that eti-li nn aunuuncemtnt from ua means (mother op portunity tn aeoure a piano at phenomenal prices and eft.)' term if deirtul. Theye lustniiaenia. In eluding Jne NewWoberlManoB which are not listed In our present catalocnr.wlll be hold at prioea which purchaser of the blithest erudo piano, will appre INkl:EGTIOX 1NV1TKD. CORIIE8PONDENCE HO-IlClTi-D. WEBER WAREROOMS, rirrn ave. and sixTEBNTn bt, ST EINWAY & SOI.8 no. 100 1:. urn .stki:i;t, Havo ulvrav s on l.und a larce stock of HK('OMIIANl I'lA.SOM of almnut rvrry mskc, their own Included, taken In exebsuge for new Hteiuway l'lauoe. Tbeso Inatni tnentaare In good order, having benu thoroughly re j.alreil by 11., and they are offered at lowest posslblo prices. Ajr llevvuro of flogus Stelnuny- Pianos. the BatAuBtUB-.' BBA0 Nnvv Wnii.rnoma 14'J ATM AV., COH. ltrni ST. Among nur n.agiilflcctit new atock no l.aveafew piano, nf vurloi.s makes vvl.lcl. were not disposed of In our removal sale. Theee will be offertd while they la't at ildiculotish- low prlr-s WALTI'It 7.. UULMllii, Mgr. F. (1 BMITH.Mfr. I'DI'II.AK l'KAHK PIANOS, lot. West 42d at, J.ut wot of sit la av. Dlm-t fiom niauula-lurrrat iiilnstl.st dfy coni jictltlou, on tcr.tiHof ea.) i.ioi.tl.u j.a ments, which pl.u uunr a. 10 so well wltb.ti your rtach that you cimiot ado. I to bo without u piano. Eirejitional bargains It. used jiiamis froui f 7ft up-, ..11 unustisl bsrgalu, 6ir0, taken lu i-xchango for Pease piano, Cslliu write for ralaloaiic Ijsi.os luned, rculed and exchanged. JvK.vniVUI. ii.-v uorlght pianos, (12ft: llardvvlrk, a, rill. e. WlNTKHItOlil, 10fi lt 14th st,, brauih, 114 fill, av EABOAIN8.- Kodurud iirhes In upright planus, Chirk, ring grsud, ln(i ejsv paj.iienls. 0I11113TMAN, 111 1. 4tli si CiBKAT BABOAIMl ON IN8TI.1.MF.ST8. t (IIH) 1JPWABD BhNTS ( (.01 ri'vVABD. Peud Itiriatalugiie OOHUON'B, l.'ll. Fifth av. IA1UIE assor.n.rnt .lightly used, (On tn (12ft; J tent (.1: email Installments. (JllVlllKIt IIUOH., ia East Hlh st. XTKW and second hand pianos, Htelnwav upright, i-i aliuost nrw, bargain: square pianos In good order, (l& up. I'.auos rented, sold on ca.y iay. ments, in. .-.( and repaired. IIOK1I1CKKII 8O.N8, 14r, East 42d at. . RELIABLE tinnor llanos Eatab 117. High grade Medium price Easy ttruis. 'ttsutiugi siv-haumib i J t a:d su .. t ?ot dttitt 3Jot.ff. i HARLEM tub sun. 1 110WK8T125TH'8T., Vlfl BRANCH. "" M poT OFFICE HOTJCE. , , Jf (Should b read DAILY by all Interested, aa changes may occur at any tlmc.i ' Foreign malls for thn week ending March I8,18lp will close (PllUMl'TLY In all rases) at thn General . Tost Omen as follows- PABCKL8 POST MAILS close 1 one hour earlier than closing time shown below, j TBAS8ATLANTI0 MAILS. -, 1 TirE8DAY.-At 7 A. M. for EUBOPE. per steamship Kaiser Wllhelm der Orosse, via Cherbourg, Southampton and Hamburg: at 7 P. M. for Ire- , . land, per steamship Canada from Boston. WEDNE8I)AY.-At 7 A. M, (euppleinenlary n A. M.) for KUBUPE, per steamship 81 Paul, via Bm.tl.. amptoiii at 10 no A. M. for BEUIIUM direct, per stesmsl.lp Wieternlat.il, via Antwerp (letters must be directed "per VVestcrnlsnrt "J. BATUBDAY At 1111)0 A. M. for (IBEAT lltUTAIN, IIIFLAND. HKUIIUM, NETHEHLANlm, AU8 TB1A. (lEBMANY. DENMABK. 8WKDEN, NOB WAY and 11U83IA, per steamship Elnirla. via (jueaiistown (letter for other parta of E.iroive must bo directed "aer Ktrurla"!! at U.80 A. M. for FUANCK. 8WIT7.EBLAND, ITALY. Bl'MS, POinOOAL, TUllKKY, FXtYlT ami BBITIRH - I INDIA, per steamsl.lj) Ia Bretagne. via Uavra i (letters for other parts of Europe must be direct , rd "per Ia Ilretegnn"), st II A. M, for ITALY, ; iter stoamshlji Aller, via Naplea ilstters must ba ilirccted "per Aller"): at 11 A. M. forNOBWAT j direct, per steamship Island, via Chrtsllaula (let 1 tern must be directed "per Island"). 1 1 I rBlNTEDMATTEB.Ac.-Oernian steamers sailing 1111 Tucsdaya take I'rluted Matter, Ac, for tier- ! many, anil 8pei-lally Addresaeil Printed Matter, , Ac, for other parts of Europe. . American and I White 8lar steamers on Wednesdaya, German 1 ' steamers on Thursdava, and Cunsrd, French and Herman atcamrra uu Saturdays take Printed Mat- j tcr. Hc.,fcr allcountriea fnrwhlch thny a,ri Ad vertised to earn mall. ' After thu closing ot the Bupjdementarr Trans atlantic Malls named aboTe. additional auppla I J mentary malls am openod on the plera of tho Amert- ' I can. English, French and Ocrmin steam era. and re- jf main open until within Ten Minutes of the hour o( sailing of stesmer MAILS FOB bOUTn AND CENTItAL .AMKIUCA,' WEST INDIES, Ac. U TDESDAY -At 10 A.M. isiinplcmentarv 10-no A.M.) 1 for CIT. HAITI, POBT AU PBINCB. JEIIEMIE. I j AUX-OAVr.S and JACMEU per steamship Alps; at an p. M, for COSTA BICt, per steamer from j New Orleans; at I) P. M. for JAMAICA, pet I steamnr from Boston. ,. v ... WEDNESDAY-.-At S2.0HA. M. for NA88Airi?.P per steamer from Miami, Fla,: at 10 A.-11. for 1-OBTO BICO. per It. H. transport: at.l P.. it. fur BAltllADOS direct anil DKMEBXltA. via J liarbadoa. ter steamship Tiomo; st 1 P. M.fqr .Sit CUBA. OAMPECHE. YUCATAN,. TABASCO and, J! CHIAPAS, per steamsl.li Orlraba, via Uatana , and Progreso (letters for other parts of filexton must bo directed "per Orltaba"): at ID P. M. i for JAMAICA, per sl-amer from Philadelphia. 1 THUItSDAY. At 12 5I(supplcmentary I P. M.) for 1 CENTItAL AMKIUCA (except Costa Blca) ami 1 SOt'TH PACIFIC POBT8, per steamship Ad- ' if vance. via Colon (letters for Ouatemala must ba ft directed "per Advance"): at 1 P. M. Isopple- H meiitsn- t:3u p. M.) for NASSAU and SOUTH tt CUBAN POBTH. ier stoamhlt Santiago: at ,1 i P.M. for BABBADOB and NOHT1I BItAZILper 1 steamship Camctense. n FBIDAY.-At 12 M., forpOBTO BICO, per steamsHIp San Marcos, st 1 P.M. (sunjilementkry It.liv P. M., for VENEZUELA and CUBACAO, ior steam- 9 shljv Salamanca (letters for Savaullla and Cartba- r gena must bo directed " per Sslsmanra"), M BATUBDAY. At J2:!I0 A. M. for NAS8V.U. N. P.. per 1 steamer from Miami, Fla.; at 10 A. M. (supple- M mentary 10:0 A. M.I for I OKTUNE' ISLAND. 'IK JAMAICA. SAVANILLA, CBTUAOENA and 1 ft OBEYTOVv-N, per steamship A1U1 (Utters for i K CosU Blca must bo directed "per Altai"., at It IK A. M. for CUBA, per steamship Citr ot Washing- B ton, via Havana (letters must ho directed "per H Cltr of Washington"); at 1 1 A. M. for OBENADA II and TBINIDAD, ner stoamshlp Irrawaddy; at I Iff P.M. for NUE VITAS and QIBAHA. CUBA, per Ml ateamshlp OUnda. j il Malta for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney, 18 anil thence by steamer, close at this office dally 9 at S:-J0 P. M. (connecting close hero overy Mon- i dsy, Wednesday and Saturday). Malls forMlque- i w Ion. by rail to Boston, and thenre by steamer. j ti close at this office dally at a-so P. M Malls for IB Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla,, and thrnee. by 4 steamer, closo at this oftlcn dally (except Mon- U day) at (7 A. M.. connecting cloaoa here every J X Sunday, Wcdnesdar and Friday, Malls for Cuba, ' (8 by rail to Miami, Fla.. and thenro by iteamer, j u close at this offlce every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday at J2:30 A. M., connecting closea here) 1 S every luesdsy and Saturday. Malls for Mexico rt City, overland, unless specially addressed for !S despatch by steamer, close at this offlco daily at if 2:80 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. Illegistered mall If, closes at HP. M. previous day. tlteglstercd mall g closea at 0 P. M. second day before. M TBAN8PACIFIC MAILS. S Malls for China and Japan, per ateamshlp Victoria m (from Tacoma) close here dally up to March 113 f at 6:30 P.M. Malls for Australia (except thosa J-j for West Australia which are forwarded via Eu- d rope), New Zealand, Hawaii, FIJI and Sainoan z Islands, per steamship Alameda (from Ban Fran- fit claco), close here dally after March 12 uji to 0:80 fh P.M. on day of arrival of stoamshlp Campania, B which will probably arrive March 18. Mails for ffi China, Japan and Hawaii, per steamship China m (from San Francisco), cloae hers dally ui to ft March IV at tl.no P. M. Malls for China aud Japan, per steamship Klnsblu Mara (from Seattle., rloee hern dally uji to March Hi at 8:30 M P. M. Malls for China and Japan, per steam- ft ship Empress of India Ifroni ancourer), eloso S here dally up to March 120 at H::w P. M. Malls I tor the Society Islands, per ship Tronic Bird .from San Francisco), close hero dally up to n March 2f at 11.30 P.M. Malls for Hawaii, per JJ suamehlp Australia (from San Fraurloo), closa fi hero dally up to March 80 at H-.80 P. M. Mails - 1 for Australia (except West Australia), New Zsa- j land, Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per steamship gl Warrlmoo (from Vancouver), close here dally H after March lis and up to March 80 at ti :80 P.M. Jg Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of aalllng fi dally and tho schedule of closing is arranged on tho presumption of their unlnterniittod overland transit. s ineglsterad mall closes at (1 P. M. previous day. m COBNELIUB VAN COTT, Postmaster. Post Office, New York. N. Y., March II, t81U. ffl PtrHcni. j TTENTION.-OLD DB. OBINDLe' OBADUATB I UNIVEBhITY OF THE CITY OF NEW OIIR. MEDIOALDEPABTMENT, 3,1 YEAK8 A SPECIALIST IN DISEASES OF MEN. OLD UK. (UtlNDJ.K l.aa j been longer establlshod and haahadnioroexperlenoo J than any other advertising physician, city papers if prove thia. Under bis sclentluc treatment bloud ami m akin diseases, pain lu bones, red spots, sore throat and mouth, uloers, painful awolllngs, kiduey and a bladder complaints, scalding Inflammation, gravel, if; undeveloped organs, weak back, lost vitality, are im speedily, itermaucntly cured. Men about to marry should consult OLD DB. UllINDLE. Every Impedi- 'M nieutrrinoved. Hufferers.do not waste tlmavleltlnp: less skilful physicians ltemember. OLD DB, OBIN- ft DLE never fails. OFFICE OVEB 18 YEABS at 171 fif West 12tbst , between nth and 7th avs. Advice frea-. Medicine. (1. Hours. l to l, Sundays, u to H. M OLD 1H. IIUEYi 40 rnrs n sprciallst in ia (llsenses of men only. Quickest permanentcur tlj guaranteed lu all the diseases peculiar tn men. (If Blood poison, skin dtBcsses, kidney aud bladder jig trouble, weakness, nervous dsbtll.y, errors nf yotub, 3 bad dreams, undeveloped organs, finpodluienta to ja marriage, Ac, Consult old Dr. Orev first; be Is thn jg oldist established and the longest In practice of any i! spwiallst in the city. Office over ur. years at 120 ' H East 17th st., near Union Square. Honra 11 to 0; Bun- ,5 days, l) to 3. Scientific treatment; advice free. S Medlclueonly Oil ceuts. No charge unlcas cured. , A -DB. AND MBS. SIMPSON, tho leading inoclat- S ists ln New York, successfully treat all feniala if complaints anil Irrcgular.tles; 2.1 j ears' ttier.'iij.ej i prlvste sanitarium; trained nurses; treatment guar- 1 anleeil. fren ronnilenl.ul advice, Uto it. 22 Wejit j 27th si . near Broadway. 1 J A. A.-A.-IJUICKKST I K It 31 A SJiNT li CL'HK In uiaca t-Horiuc.l, tlailgi-mus rases solicit- J j ed; irllef at mice: thoso desiring di.1i flrst-class I scientific lrcstine.it should call. Tho leading ape- ; clallst, Dr. Boi.sebur, 127Wost 22dst lit') a, 7f)U, llgi Hundsys.jnto J. , fjlj A-DB. CONnAD-RSANITABIt'M-Bclentlflc, sklf- j ful trestmeitt uf all disoases of women; prlvata S rooms, overy convenience aud appliance; cousulta- tlons, II A. M.toliP M. Call or write for buoVltt. h I 117 West 47Di at. Tel. 33i03Hth. v I "llt. KELLY, BPFX1IAL1ST ln diseases or men- ) I blood, skin, kldnc),I.Uilder and all jirlvatstllaeaats: I j si ifiitlnc treatment, no eiporiinentiug; cousulutlon I! '( fror, hours 10 to 4, 7 to S:.iu; Sunday, 4 to-. & 131 4th st , i.rarUth av. j 'i j LAOICftt CMcnajUr'a Erjllth Peanyroval KiJl II j 'Ot.tn.D4 BrsouK f the aat. ft. KH1.1.W. J? 1 T,k. 9 etr. reod 4e., .i.mr, Tt ctrUt .lars. ' K.IUf - F 1 be U.I...." i is s sy Hat urn Mall ... At Ururtits. ChUbcater Chcm .icarco,. I'hlUUa. !. 21 MBS. (JEIST.'mldwlfe. boards ladles; re I lab lo ' U 1 treatmeDt; cnnfidontlal; strictly private; uo i f aigu. 8-17 East 60th st '.. i ? "VVEpoelliv oly cure all female lrngulstitleaorrt- f? - 11 111111 .none), regular phralt Ian; .Itijesr.' cxpe- K rlencciionsnllatlou free. lilt, anil MUM. vMF.S, 14 C We.t -.',1d st, . . K ButincM (Chnnrfsi. QtQ fC -PAUTNElt WANTED, liilt Interest fif 4 ijOjUUUi eatsbllshed i.ndertakec business: lt A'M isteit unt pro.ulnant avenuo Bronllvii, stib-Ust lif Investigation allowed. Particular, apply m McDOSALD A WKIOINS. 140 Nassau. t '7aYn -MEAT 5IA1IK1'.T. lucaUd Brradway, S 0ivj ', Brooklyn, now doing good business! ' M reason of selling. Ill health, rent CIS month. Apply ft MclKINALD A- WIOIIINS, UO Nassau, 1 Gl nfl -A BABOAIN-Flne-fitlcd corner saloon i B gl,iUU. at Orange, N J rent, with beautiful - !K, flat, only 14. 1 luoiithly; longlea.e, reasons selling, ill? 1 other busine.s, luvestigsto tbtschsnn i p MCDONALD A WKIOINS, 140 Nansall, U ; 0,UUI. Urooklin; first-clais trade and nelgb- Bl borbood, no upposltlon, reaaou selling, olberbiisl- ,. K t ness, Ibis is a bargain: tharo.igh luvrsirgationgraut- I ' sd. Mcdonald a wihoinb, uo Nassau, ' - RF8TAUBANT Handsomely eouljiped; iluen-lo 1 Broadvvav and 2.d st.; noa doing a first class business, will lent Just as lt stands to responsible : t part) Apply to ! -JIcDONALD A t IOOINB.J40Nassau. Cl Ofin -OKOCKHi on main Thoroughfaro in )1, VJl. Pad raon, dolug big buslnesa; res sun selling, HI health, a bsrgalu for someone. Apply K - McDONALUA WIUOIN8, 140 Nataau. V3 IXHIIIITION hl'AOra In. the Spring" Cycle'Show, intt: I J March 28 ti April I. at'll.e (Irniid Central I'alaca 91 are rapidly being rented, Soma dealrabla locations 3f may still be had For these, or privileges aud cau- f cessions, apply to the manager, ii , ALLEN S. WILLIAMS, Orand Central PaUct, 91 ' MONEY" b patent "Vend Ideaa mar be seruyd W ' Ibroiittli our aid. THE PATENT BECOBDl- ff 1 tltnuie, Ud. ' Bl j