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BOSTON EVENING TRANSCRIPT, ERIDAY, JOL 29, 1887. Excursions. FOREIGN SUMMARY. Boston Lowell Railroad. JULY: 186 lfifiT.

Breton Station on Causeway etraeb Olty Ticket and tahtOThsUjWBehtogten street, third deer eooxh Thrungh Boston- Albany Railroad. Corrected to May 15. 1867. ase sables showing usee on aUdtvIsloaaof nil, road can be obtained atticket offioes at statloos, and rf office, 232 Washington street, Boston, whor* through tloketa to all fiolnU are on salo. TRAINS LRAYB BOJBTON STATION, KNEELAND STREET, Ylttefleld, Albany and follow this discourse with others, entitled How is the Score? He Held an Ace Puli'; How Was the Show, Who is That Mew Girl? Has She Just Struck the City?" Let ns Have a Game ef Pool, and Are You Trying to Make a Mash? If he had added one more discourse, entitled The Preacher ia an Ass tbe list would leave nothing to- be desired.

Philadelphia Times. King Davids treasure amounted to Reduced to tons it would be 6250, sufficient to load 12,500 camels made into a rod one inch square It would reach 1.230,000 feet, or 236 miles; a rod one-fourth of an inch square, nearly 1000 miles cut into three-feet lengths it would make put into a fence six to the rood, would reach 217,777 feet, or sufficient to make a gold fence over fifty miles long. Old Colony Railway. JUNK SO. 1887.

DAY TRAINS LKAYE BOSTON STATION, KNEELAND STREET, ra-a lw--gk, vto FH River Line, 50, 750 ra. Bob via ha SUver Line, 5.80, 8.13 rx. Mswnort 85a 85gLlI50x; 350. 456, 0.00 fbtet) rxVHeb Ivor, via rx; 1 Keb via Taun- TAUNTON, mill? NEW BEDFORD, Vernon Har court, pressing him for a definite statement of the Liberal concession, while the latter persistently put tbe time off. Mr.

Chamberlain says he will publish the correspondence if Mr William consents. Mr. Chamberlain charges Sir George Trevelyan with remaining friendly to Unionism, andjaever expressing disapproval of the action of hie Uhkmist colleague until a few weeks ago, when he mads an extraordinary change of front. He defies Sir George to prove that he has obtained any assurance that Mr. Gladstone has altered hie intention to create an Irish executive, or has modified his proposals to surrender law and order to an Irish Tkrliainent.

In going over to the Gladstonlans, adds Mr. Chamberlain. Sir George unconditionally surrendered the points for which he sacrificed his posi tion in the cabinet and his seat in Parliament. Strikers at the Limerick Bocks. The strikers at the Limerick docks, attended by a mob numbering thousands, hooted and stoned the imported Waterford laborers while the latter were a vessel on Thursday.

Much dam age was done to the shipping and dockyard sheds. The police charged upon the mob with drawn batons, and ia tbe lively fight that followed many skulls were broken. It is feared that there will ivj more serious trouble. Charge of Wife Poisoning. Dr.

Cross, a wealthy retired army surgeon and a well-known member of society in Ireland, has been arrested in Cork on the charm of having murdered bis wife by gradual poisoning. The wile's remains were exhumed five weeks after the interment, and upon analysis traces of poison were fonnd. l)r. Cross married hie family governess a fortnight after hie wife's death. Cable Motes.

A Lord Salisbury, speaking in Norwich, warned the Conservative party to prepare for a possible dissolution of Parliament. He said that Parliament bad often met with an early termination when its life seemed unendangered, and that the Conservative party most organise to instruct the people against the deception of the separatist ajioetlea, who were only too numerous. Prince Perdinand of Baxe-Coburg-Gotha, tbe newly elected Prince of Bulgaria, ie expected at Sophia early in Angnst to take the oath of office. The Bulgarian Government has sent to tbe officials of the various towns through which the prince will pass orders to receive tbe new ruler with due lienors. More than 130 members of Parliament, Including eight ex-ministers, have signed a memorial addressed to President Cleveland and the United States Congress In favor of the settlement of international disputes by arbitration.

The Courier du Soir reports that General Boulanger has requested official permission to challenge M. Ferry to fight a duel on account of the ex-premiers recent speech at Epinal. The fire in the naphtha spring storehouses at Balachna has at last been extinguished, after burning for several days. One million poods of naphtha were burned. Two hundred houses were burned on Thursday in tbe town of Liedekerke in Brabant.Belgium.da priving two thousand persons of their homes.

The Hamburg Borsenhalle contradicts the report of tne formation of a new steamship line between New York and Hamburg. The queen has refused to accept the resignation of Lora Charles Beresford as a junior lord of the admiralty. Tamar Shah, the leader of the Herat insurgents, has been executed at Cal ml. Varfous Items. At tbe last meeting of tbe French Academic dee Sciences, M.

Bertrand read a very interesting report upon tlie Gallo cemetery recently discovered at St. Maur les-FoeeCe, near Paris, by M. Ernest Mace, who has presented most of the objects discovered there to tbe Museum of National Antiquities. Tbe objects discovered are identical with those fonnd hitherto in the departments formed of that part of Gaul which Caesar allotted to the Belgians. The tombs are dug to the depth of about three feet six inches, and they vary in length from six to seven feet, while in width they are from two and one-half to three feet.

Most of tbe tombs bad been walled round to a height of from twelve to fourteen inches to keep back the sand at tbe sides, and the body is placed immediately upon the sand and covered with a row of large flat stones to keep it down. In every case the bodies are laid with the face upwards, tbe sword in the right band, fastened by jointed iron belt near the head. On the right hand side is the point of lance, the handle of which is placed between the legs, having probably been broken as a token of mourning at tbe funeral. Among the other objects discovered ia a sword in a good state of preservation, with the chain still attached to it. This sword is thirty-two inches long, the sheath being in iron, while the hilt and the guard are ornamented with three heavy nails meant to represent a sort of shamrock leaf.

M. Bertrand states in nis report that though it is impossible to specify the exact date of there interments, there min be no doubt that the bodies are those of warriors of Gaul, armed exactly as the warriors of the Belgian provinces were at the time of the war of independence. While having regard to the care in the arrangement of the cemetery, he comes to the conclusion that St. Maur-les-Fomes was an advanced post for the defence of T.utetia. M.

Ernest Mac hazards the suggestion that the bodies are those of warriors killed during- the attack by Labienus upon that city, but this theory is not spoken of by M. Bertrand, whether to confirm or reject it. London Times. The arrest of tbe bishop of Argyll and the Isles and his son as spies at Buzarea, in Algeria, is the latest illustration of the spy fever in French territory, says the St. James's Gazette.

The excuse for the offleinusness of the gendarmes in this case ie that the bishop was at the time studying the lay of the country from a hill by tbe aid of a map All remonstrances, as usual in these cases, proved vain. The bishop and his son were marched off on foot to Algiers and brought up before an official, who was with some difficulty induced to set them at liberty on parole. Sir Lambert ITayfair the British consul, at once laid a complaint before tbe French governor general, and some days later official apologies were tendered to the bishop. The coneul has reported the case to Lord Salubuir but nothing more will, of course, lie heard of ft The story afford a warning to tourists that even in Algeria they will do well to leave their maps at borne? Tbe city of Guanajuato, In Mexico, it is said, would never have been built but for the mines. It is crowded into a narrow defile seven miles long by about one-quarter of a mile wide.

In some plaees a stone can be thrown from bill to hill over the eity. Street cars, each drawn by four males, leave the station at the mouth of the ravine and climb until they come to the upper end of the city, where the ravine stops abruptly against the mountain. The streets are so narrow that a letterbox would be an obstruction if fastened to the side of a building in the usual way, so this useful institution is provided for by chiselling a hole for it in the wall. On the main street, which follows the centre line ot the ravine, there is room for two vehicles to pass each other, but the most of the thoroughfares are only passable for burros. A double track ie Impossible, and tbe single street car line is operated by a series of switches and by tbe almost constant tooting of horns, which tne drivers carry hung about their necks.

Recent letters from the African traveller. Dr. Emil Holub, dated Linokana, in South Africa, contain accounts of a murderous attack upon his expedition in Masbnknlambland on the 3d of last August. He lost not only his scientific collections, but eighteen of his most valuable diaries, including tbe general index to bis collections. He succeeded, however, at tbe rink of hie life, In recapturing fourteen of tbe books, and with them started on bis perilous retreat.

Since his return across the Zambesi, Holub has largely replaced bis losses by new collections. He intends to start for Kimberley and Cape Town, and will endeavor to reach Vienna without exceeding his proposed allowance of 200. 'A tablet has been placed in the chapel of St Faith, Westminster Abbey; in memory of Bishop Mcllvaine and of the shelter given there to his remains by Dean Stanley while on the way from Italy to Ohio. It hears the following inscription In this chapel, during Easter week of 1873, by request of tbe dean, Arthur Penryhn Stanley, rested the remains of the Right Reverend Charles Bet tit Mcllvaine, D. D.

C. L. LL.D. Bishop of Ohio, U. 8.

on their way from Florence, where he died, to their interment in his own diocese. This tablet commemorates an honor paid a prelate widely respected and deeply beloved, whor* life and work helped to draw together England and America in one communion of faith and love. At a sale by Messrs. Futtick Simpson in London recently, a copy of the first edition Of Miltons great poem Paradise Lost was dis-Pa It was printed in old Roman letter, and strongly but not artistically bound in old calf, 32; Lend. Printed and are to be sold by 17-" specialty about this First Edition, which is a clean and perfect copy, is that it differs from that described by Lowndes, inasmuch as it has the lint title-page, hut with the seven leaves of argument andemS 1887 SUMMER DAYS, 1887.

ON THE OLD COLONY. South Shore, Gape God, Bewport, Tha Gem of Watering Places, and the Island of MARTHAS VIMEYARD AHD NANTUCKET. Reached Only via the QM Colony R. R. The section reached by this, road embrace the entire shore and coast Unas of southeastern Massachusetts.

with their unrivalled harbors, headlands and islands, the far-famed Newport, and through the connecting steamboat sarvlcaaader the same management. Cottage City (Oak Lfctd), Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. EXCURSION. TICKETS Good going and retaining until Oct. 31 are on salo at the city ticket office of tho-conipany.

No. 3 Old State House, aud at the Old Coloay station. Round-Trip Kate from 'Boston. $9 9 North Bourne. 2 tttliOelt Boumedale 2 3 Onset Bay Brant 2 Wllflrleans Brewster 3-90! Plymouth Buzzards Bay $4 58 00 2 IS 75 Ii 50 2 55 4 80 1 55 2 50 2 40 1 25 1 05 9 25 1 50 1 65 4 35 Catumet Cottage 2 3 00' Dux bury 50 1 Sandwich.

East Brewster. East Marshfield East Ware 3 70! Sagamore 1 20 Sea View 2 Eastham 9 90 South Dennis Egypt Falmouth Fafrhaven Graenbush Hyannis Xi tigs Marshfield Marion Malta poisett. 1 00 South Duxbury 2 75 South Middleboce. 2 80 South Truro. 1 10 South Ware ha 1 90 40.

South Weilfleet 4 15 3 00 South Yarmouth 1 eOTlverton 1 40 Tremont 2 00 Truro 2 20, 3 90 2 15 1 80 4 40 2 00 1 45 4 25 2 75 2 55 2 85 3 00 Monument 2 25 Webster Place Nantucket 4 00 Weilfleet Newport 2 50 West North Eaetham 4 00 West Falmouth North Pateumth 2 45 Wood doll North Harwich 3 30 Yarmouth North beituate 951 Five Trip Exrurslon tickets to Cottage City and Nantucket may be obtained at $13 aud $18 respective! j. Express trains leave Boston from Station corner South and Kneeland streets Far Cottage City. 9.00 A.M.; IDO P. 4.05 P. M.

(via WowTs Hulli week days. Sundays, A. M. (via Wood's Boll). Returning, leave Cottage City, 6.15 A.

M. 9.30 A. M-. 1.00 P. M.

(via New Bedford) 3-00 P. M. (via Wood's Holl week days) 4.45 P. (via Wood Hollj, Sundays only. For Nantucket, 1.00 P.

M. (via Wood's Holl week days): 7J0A. M. (via Woods Holl) Sundays. Returning, leave Nantucket 7.00 A.

12.30 P. week days; 2.15 P. M. Sundays. DAY EXCURSIONS.

Leave Breton 9.00 A. M. Have between two and three hours at the Vineyard. Leave Cottage City au return at 8.00 P. due at Boston at 7 P.

M. On Sundays tatssengers may have aboal six hours at the Vineyard and return same day. Pm- train service to and from Newport the South Shore. Cape Cud. and ail other poiuts on the system, see Old Colony time-table in another part of this 4c In stamp for the "Old Colony, or Pilgrim Land." Illustrated book, containing maps, hotels, liatAs etc.

J. K. KKKPRICK. GEO L. CONKOR.

Geul MftDiKtr. titft'l Iam't AiiMt. tC 1SJ0 Boston Maine Railroad. JULY 25. 1SS7.

THROUGH TRAINS ON BOTH DIVISIONS. Asgaatt-Baymarket-sq. station 850 ax: LOO, 6.00 pm Causeway- t. station, 9-00 ax 12.30 and 7.00 rx. igor.

Bur Harbor, 8L John. Halifax and tha vlaree Haymarket-sq. statmo. 859 ax tt.uO rs Frovi Causeway-et. station.

900 am 7 00 px. Kaatport and Calais, Ms. St. joha, N. B.

Halifax, S. (Steamet from Portland! Ximday-Wednasday and Friday. Uauaoway-atreac station at it. SO rz. Haymarkat-aguare station at 1M rx.

Lewiston Haymarket-sq-station, 8-30 AX. 1.00, H.flOrxi Causewayat. station. 9j00ax: 1950, 7 rx. Manchester, Concord.

Bf.H-and the North Haymarket-o. station. 7.30 am: If 3ki, bXAl rx. North Conwar HayuiarkeS-eq-statton. at 850 AX: 1-uO ru Caaseway-at.

stattoa at 7.30.950 AX: 150 pm. Portland Bsymarkotaq. tattoo, 750. 850 AX 1.00, 4 DO. U-OO rx Utaseway-Sb tattoo, 75a 9.00 ax 1250, TJX rx.

Stations on Maine Central. Grand Trunk and Knox Lincoln Bailweya Haymarket so. sutUoa. 850 AM Caesoway-au station. 9 AM.

PORTLAND, BANGOR and BAR ffARDOIt. (F A Special Limited Express Train lot Punman Vestibule Cars) will leave Boston I Hy market square) at 9.15 am. Portland at 12.18 fm. aad HargorS AS PM, arriving at Bar Harbor at 555 fM. KetM leave Bar Harbor at Sam.

Mr. Desert Perry 850 am. Bangor 10.80 am. arriving iu Portland at 157 PM and Bosteu at 6 rx. WE8TU0 DIVISION.

Trains Leave Boston Station. bqanre, for Haymarket Alton Bay, Rochester and Farmington, 850 ax: 109,4.00 rx. Andover, 9.UU. 7.807 950, 1059 AM; 19 9.15, 850, 4.02, 5jU0. B.uO, 655.

7. 11 PX. Dover, 750, 8-80 ax 1.00. 8.90. 4.00.

5 XX), 6 00 PX. Danvers, 7.15AX; 1255. 4.46, 650. 9.15 PX. Exeter, 750.

8 .80 AM 12 1. 350. 4.0, 5 XX), C.OO PM. Great Falla, 750. 850 AM: 1.00.

3.20, 4.00, 5.00 PM. Haverhill. 6.00, 7. 30. 850.

950 AM 12 1. 2.15, 8.20, 4.00. 5XXI, 6XX), 7 XX), 11 XX) PM; via Georgetown. 7.15 am: 1255.8.00. 4.45.

6.16 PM. Kennebnnk. Biddeford and 800, 750. 850 am; lxXJ. 4.00, 6 rx.

North LawrencOi'e. 750, 850, S.80, 10.25 AM' 12 1XX), 2.15. 850, 474.02. 6, 8, 855. 7, 11.00 South Iawtcdos, 6, 759, 850, 9 50, 1056 am 19 1,9.15,9 20.

4. 4X2. 6.6. 655, 7. 11 PM.

I lav, v-ev, xv.se, aa.ai .5, 6x691.656.7. 11 7.157 7.40, 8, 9.30, 10 25. 12.26?15b, 250, S-T2. 4T 4-16, 46X11. 5.15.

650.6.45. 6.01, 6.06. 6.15. 656, MJ5, 7. T.kC.

10.16. 11.15 PM. Medford. 655. 656, 7.S1, 8.00, g.2n, 955, 11 AXJ 12.45, 155.ft.45.

4.17. 5.05. 656. 5.45, 655. 56-45, 750.

9.45, 11 750t 950. 1055.JU.15 ax; 19 9. IB, 250 4.80, Hljrh- landa(Stqneham), JJOO, 7 XX), 7 55, 7 AO, 8.00, 8A), 950, SXX), 10.26, 11.15, 1150 852. 459. 450.

651,. tel 1.3V, 12.25. 150, 6.15, 6-30. 5 AS, 250, 51. UAOf ViAds VteOi 0h-O0 igU) Oi teAtey iV-19 11.10 rB Melrose, 6.

77 7.18. 7.40. 8. 8.40. 950.

10.26. 11.15, 1150 ax; 12.25. 150. 250. 9,852.4.02.

4 15, 4.30. 4.46. 551, 6.15, 550, 6.45, 651, 6.05. 6.16.656. 6655, 7.

7.20, 8. 8.16. 10.15. 11.15 rx. Merrlmae, 750 ax; 12 850, 650 PX.

North Andover, 6.00, 750. 950 AM; 18.00 2. IB, 350. 5.00. 6.00, 7.00, 1150 rx.

Xewhnrypor-t, 7.15 AZ 19.25. 8, 4.45, e.15 rx. steadinjr. d.OO. 7, 750, 8, Is so.

10.25, 11.15 AX: 12 150, 2.15, 950, 8.20, 452. 450. 5.01 6.15,6,651, 655, 658. 59.36. 7.

7.20, 6, 9.16, 1015 11, 11.16 rx. Salem. 7 AO, 1150 ax; S-2S. 4.16 8 .45 rx. WakefteldTi-OO.

7, 7.15. TAO, 8, 8.40. 950, 10.25, 11.15. 1150 AX: 12.25, 150. 250, 8.

1.22, 4.03, 455, 450. 4.45, 6.01, 6.15. 650. 6 AS, 6.01. 656.

6.16, 955. 5956, 7.750. 8. 9.15, 10.16. 11.15 PX.

7. 950.1055, 11.15 AX; 12 250,4.02, 450. 9. 9.01. 7, 11 PX.

5 workirgmens train. SUNDAY TRAINS. Doves, 9 PX. Haverhill. 9 AX: 6.

750 rx. Lawrence. 8 AM; 5, 8, 7.30 rx. Man Then ter, 8 am: CO pm. Lowell, 8 ax; rx.

Medford. 8A5 ax; 12 AS, 2AS. 550, 7.40. 9A5 rx. Portland.

Bangor and Lewiston. 8 rx. Bonding and Way Stations, 8,10 am; 1950,2. 4, 6, 8, 7. 750, 9, 10 rx.

EASTERN DIVISION. Train Leave Bouton Station, Street, for Caasewsy 8.05. 655, 755, 7 Jo, 8.10: 8.50, 9.40, 10.00, 10.45,10.55. 11.15 AX: 19 12-30. 1.40, 2.45, 3.00 8.20.

3.45. 4. 4A5, 5.13. 6.40, 3, 656, 950. 6.40.

7.10, 7.15. 750. 950) 10.16, 11.16 rx. Dover, 750, 10 ax 1950, 8.90 rx. Everett.

6.06, 6.36, 7.15. B.rfo. 9.40, 10.10AB, 11.16 AX: 19X1 1AO, 2A5. 3.45, 4.45. 5.15 6 AO, 655.

6.99, 6.40. 7.15, 750. 9.20, 10.15, 11.15 rx. Greet Fella and Koehaetar, 750, 950 AX: 1.30, 350 rx. Hnnapton (Beach) and No.

Hampton wwdVi ViWi I Ate (Vt Mi Q.AVi teteW ww ng.AI 9.40. 10. aio.15, 10A5, 1055. 11.15. 91150 AM: 19 1950, al.

1.30. rfA0.alta.30. 2.4B.350,8.20,S5J,a8.S5, 450, 4.40. 4A5, a450, 550, 5.06. 8.15.

4650, 5.40 650, 600, 656, a6.10, 950, aw.35, 8A0, 7 JO, 7.15 755, 75b, 950, a9.SS, io.15. 11.15, all.xb rx! Marblehead and Hwnmpeoott Breach, 955, 850, 9.40. 11.16 AX: 1950725074. 656. 97750, 11 ji Middleton, 656.

aS, 10.65 ax 350,4. 6.16 px. -OAXilLSO, 1.30, North Oonway, Nt 140, 3.16, 8.20, ft. 40, 856! airodj.MSi 4.00. aSoI'Sjb', S5S: 10.46 956.

7J6, ISM: SftTTiT ESS? SIS: W656. 758. 958. rfl.90 rx. Swnmpooott, 6.06, 655.

7.15, aS. 856. 9.40, 10. 10.M, lLtt'AXj 1 1350, 1A0. 250, 850, 4.

656. 5AO. 9,650. 750. 9.9o! 10.16, 11.18 rx.

Wsanana, 955, 759, 10, 11J5 AX; 1350. 1.40k, 8.30. "4.405 J. 6, 8-), 7JL0 rx. Wolfoboro'.

750. 950 AX L3Q, 350 rx. SUNDAY TRAINS. 4A5, 4450.5.16. 6.45, 6 35.

8-45, 7.16. 855,950.495 Newbairporl and: Portemonth, SJO ax 7 rx. Forttaad. Banger. 8b John and 750 nr.

SalomTsIsa O.OO, 1150 AX; 1 5.45, 956, TjOQ77J5. 959 rx. OAK ISLAND AND POINT OP PINES. bare Boston at 9.40,1115 AM; TAO, 3.45, 9A5, 4.45.6H0, 656, 7 J6, 750. 950 rx.

SUNDAYB-1050, 1150 am; 12.00, 12.45, 1.15, 1A5. 2.15, 2.45, 3.15,' 8 A6, 4J6, 4.45, 1575 658, B5.45, 7.15, 858, 950 VUm RETURNING. Leave Point lMj 448) ftigs, rx. SUNDAYS 954, 8.kl OJWi msmtes tattw, W4V, OsOVf 1259, 150, 159. 959, .96, 959.

4.99, 459, 64.655! Thursdays aad Saturdays only, 7 Via Sooth head-hag Branch; station la Breton, Haymarket Does nArtortUak Dtead. Pullman Canoed JANES TjFURBXB, The Siauter at Zug. The Genera correspondent of the London Daily News sends a fuller account than any hitherto published of the terrible and extraordinary disaster at Zug, the town overlooking the lake of the iiqm uame. Bomo tizno Ago the town coxntrncton, eMt of 120.000fe ft new quay bordering tne lake, and carrying a road bouses, including a hHeL Ji55 was noticed that cracks had appeared in different parts ot the road; but no alarm was felt until the Tuesday afternoon, when an extensive crevasse made its appearance at the end of the Quay. Before the alarm could lie given, however, about 80x39 feet of the road suddenly collapsed and disappeared in the lake, causing a veritable whirlpool.

A raft close by, and which waa crowded at the time, was left standing on the very edge of the broken part of the road, where the waters were boiling up as if lashed by a tremendous storm. In wild alarm the people fled, from the cafe only just In time to save thtlr lives, for hardly had the last, man got clear before forty feet more of the road, together with the cafi), disappeared in the swirling waters. So suddenly and unexpectedly had the accident occurred that people were bewildered and terror-stricken. One of the lake steamers, crowded with passengers, was approaching the pier, which without warning, sank out ot sight, to the consternation of those on board the vessel. As some people one man was with difficulty saved.

When the had recov- people wlio had witnessed the accident ered from their panic they set to work to try and rescue any one who might still be alive in the water, and also to clear the furniture and valuables out of the houses that were menaced. An immense crowd had by this time been -attracted to the spot, and made the work of salvage very difficult. A milliner of carts, however, were procured, and into these the furniture and other articles were piled. Suddenly a cry ot Save yourselves! was heard; more houses were seen to totter nd then fall over into the lake, while a large slice of the road disappeared, carrying with it several of the laden carte, as well ae a mini her of the spectators, who in the frantic struggle were uualiie to get clear, and were drawn down into the vortex and perished berore aid could lie rendered them. Among the houses thus destroyed was the Hotel Zurclierhnf l.ut fortunately the people had had sufficient warning and escaped.

About eleven o'clock another section of the road disappeared, and with it three more houses, though, as the inhabitants had lieen duly warned, no lives were sacrificed. Altogether some twenty-st-vcu or thirty houses have entirely disappeared, while twice tills numlier are still menaced, including the Hotel de Ville, recently erected at a cost of A large number of house abutting on the quay are also in danger, and have lieen abandoned. It is impossible to estimate at present the exact loss of life. Home reports set it down at upwards of a hundred; while other! say that between fifty and seventy persons hare perished, including several children. The cause ot the disaster is not yet determined but it is supposed to be due either to a shock of earthquake or to the waters of the lake undermining the road.

The loss will considerably exceed a million trance. The Irish Land Bill- In the debate on the land hill in the House of Commons Thursday evening, Mr. Smith, the Government leader, appealed to the House to expedite the passage of the bill, which he said would prevent harsh evictions. He would not use any threat, but be would remind the House that unless the bill were through the committee stage early next week it would be difficult to pass the measure at all sir. ant six written notice of eviction.

After some discussion Mr. Smith repeated hie appeal, remarking that such amendments, if persisted in, would endanger the passage of the bill. Sir. Varnell retorted that if there waa no time for reasonable discussion of thia amendment, there was no time for the discussion of any other amendment. The amendment was rejected, 1M to 142.

The announcement of the vote was received with loud Opposition cheers. Mr. Stuart (Radical) moved that a year be allowed for redemption. Mr. Balfour, chief secretary for Ireland, opposed the motion, hut said he was willing to accept an amendment allowing one month ot elapse between judgment decree and the serving ot notice.

Mr. Morley suggested that the Government go farther and allow the tenant one month of undisturbed oe session between the service of notice aud the execution of the decree. Mr. Balfour accepted the amendment, expressing the hone that the Opposition would attempt to press the Government no farther. After further discussion, a passage at arms occurred between Timothy Heaiy and the chairman, the former complaining of Conservative interruptions.

The incident waa ended by Mr. Heaiy apologizing. The excitement continuing, the chairman reproved Mr. De Lisle (Conservative) as disorderly, and, refusing to allow him to make an explanation, suspended the Bitting in oommittee ana summoned tne Speaker to the chair. The chairman then reported that during the hut division following the Heaiy incident, Mr.

De Lisle came to him and remonstrated for not being allowed to explain, whereupon Mr. Heaiy approached and said, Come out, De Lisle, If yon are a man. if you interrupt me again, I will break year neck. The Speaker demanding an explanation. Sir.

Heaiy said he felt no regret for the course he had taken, aud he was willing to abide the consequence. The Speaker named Mr. Heaiy, and Mr. 8mlth moved that he be suspended. Mr.

Heaiy immediately took his hat and, standing in the centre of the House, liefore retiring said, -I beg that none of my friends vote against this motion. The motion to suspend him was carried withont division. Krupp as an Employer. Gunmaker Kruppe labors in behalf of his workmen have endeared him to thousands. More than twenty years ago he began to build good dwelling-houses for his men.

He built about 130 at first. Year after year they have been added to, and now there are more than four thousand of these family dwellings, in which over sixteen thousand persons live. The annual rent is file to fits, deducted from the wages of the employees. Then there have been boarding-houses erected for unmarried laborers, about two thousand being thus accommodated. Tbe cost per man is 20 cents a day.

There' are superior boarding-houses for tbe skilled workmen. and in those the rent ie twenty-seven cents ler day. The most important institution of all ia the supply store. Here everything is Bold at cost. There is a great central building, and connected with it are twenty or more shops.

Everything is on a rigid cash system and nearly all the articles desired by a family or individual may be bought clothing, groceries and utensils. There is also a brewery which dispenses beer at cost price. It is usual for the employee to get from nis foreman tickets entitling nim to so much bread or beer, aud he is charged with them, the amount being deducted from nis wages. Every day ia pay-day at the works, the men in one department being paid today, for instance, and those in another department tomorrow. Besides all this, Krupp erected two hospitals, a non sectarian free school, six industrial schools, one for adults, and two for females, the fee being fu cents a month, from which the poor are relieved.

Then, too, he built several churches. And there is also a sick and pensions fund, of which every foreman and workman is required to be a ineinliec. Each contributes half a day's pay as en- trance fee, and an annual fee apportioned to his wiiges. 1hvsiciane and surgeons are employed on salaries, and for an additional fee of fil the workman may secure free medical treatment for hi wife anil children. Tensions are paid to men permanent Iv disabled in the works.

The highest pen-enin is fas a month, the average being $14. The average liemdun given willows is $8.50 a month. Rruitp also secured as low rates arrangements with a number of life insurance companies for the bent-fit of his men. The Treatment of Mr. Collins.

In sn interview with P. A. Collins, at the residence of Mr. Hughes, near Belfast, he said he was first inclined to treat the matter as. a huge joke, but afterward concluded that the Government was narrowly watching hie movements.

During an extended tour of France and Great Britain he had never been similarly treated. He was immensely astonished when detectives accosted him on board the steamer liefore he was able to land, but be answered the questions addressed to him in a loud and dignified manner. The questions asked him were as follows: What Is your name? What is your business? Where are you from? Where are you going? Mr. Collins responded that he was travelling chiefly for pleasure, and that he had come from Glasgow, file future movements, he said, were nncertain, but if the officials would call at the Imperial Hotel in Belfast the next day, lie would be aide to give them the desired infor-uiatiou. In the meanwhile the group of Americans stood at the bottom of the gangway surround-ed by small crowd.

Mr. Collins said tne questions annoyed him less than the manner in which they were asked. The whole business was inexplicable He had been in Ireland thrice before, bat been treated in such a way. When, in to Questioning, his baggage was be was simply amazed! but he offered no itio. Notwithstanding his feeling of was much amused in watching the officers cnitinizing tbe contents of bis trunks.

A bottle deeP attention, as did also a ESthlE. fraKrant soap, which was examined anxiet7- These articles, Mr. Collins dynamite to the officers. 1 freedom of Dublin was the Government has been on fili. hu not that, but he keenly feels his inaldlity to travel in a free country without being molested by ignorant policemen.

Mr. Chamberlain to Trevelyan. Mr. Chamberlain in a letter denies the accuracy of Sir George O. Trevelyans statements regarding the round table conference.

He challenges Trevelyan to prove that the Unionists obtained any pledge that Gladstone war prepared to accept any one condition laid down as essential by Lord Harb ington and Mr. Chamberlain. The real reason he says, for the failure of the negotiations waa the fact that after their conception the introduction of the coercion bill filled the Gladstonlans with the hope that they would succeed in breaking do the Unionists without yielding anything. After the cessation of the negotiations he Chamberlain! continued in active correspondence with Sir Wit tot Tilton. Laconia.

Lake YUlagb Wain. Xarsdtl bland. Plymoath. Franklin, Lsfaanea, White Rtf Jqnctlon, 850 AM; 150350 750 pm For Laconia, Metre. Plymouth, Warrsn.

HaverUIL Woedavilie. Ltttletpn. Bethlehem, tabyana, Lancaster. Jefferson. 4.09, 850.

950axt 150 and 750 fe For fib Johnstary, Newport. Snacbmckb Qnrtu 850 ax; 150 750 rx. For Bristol Blanch, 50 ax; LOO rx. Far Claremont Branch. 850 AX; 150 rx.

Fur Moot poller. RieegJnnCy 81. Albans and Montreal. 850 AX 159. 7.00 pm.

For Iimts1 potato oa Northern EE. 850 AX; 850 rx. Bleeping Gus to Montreal en.75Urx trau. ria Oaa-tralVbEE and via Montreal A Breton Air Uu-Parlo Oats to Montreal on 850 AM and 150 pm trataa. Tha 750 rxtaata runs- daily, with sleeping car tot Montreal and Mann Boudoir Car for Febyan.

raeheetor aad Cwneord. N. 750.850. 958 150 LOO, 50 650, 650 750 PE SUN. 150 rx.

Keena Peterboro, AX. 850 rx. Hlllaboro. via Ooacovd. 150 rx.

Wilton, 3f Ilford and Anahereb 750 AX; 850 8.00 rx. Oroenfiald. 150 AX; 650PM. Nashua, 759. 650 950 AH: 11 LO 650 750 rx.

150, 7.00 rx. 8.46. 750, 8.00. 850. 950 50, 10.00 1150 an 12 1.00 15OBXXX.750, 150rx.

Blcachwr. 6A6. 750. 8.00, 950, 10, 11 AX; 19 9. 3A0 4A6, 650 ILM) nt.

BUnJ I ra! Xi te 7JO PM N.Blllrrtcn, 956. 750 9.00, 1050 ax; 12 950 650 650. 556, 9 30. 1U0 rx. BUN.

9 AX; l.Srx. LAWRENCES Wilmington, 656, 750. 850 950. 1150 Ax; 12.00 1.10. 250 6.10 656.

4.46. 8J5. 750 9.to! 11 JO rx. SUN- 9 AX; 5, 750 rx. walnut m7, 750 ax: 12 250.550 9J6 rx Stonuun! 656, 8.10, 956, 10.18.11 50 AX; 19.10 1.46, 950, 86,450, 6.06, 650, 8.10.

7.16, 11.16 FM, BUN. 10.i6 am: 1.30.6.80. 7.16.1050 pm Woburn, 4.00. 656, 756. 850.950 1150 AX: 19.19, I.10, 250.

9.10 856. 456. 556. 550, 8.15, 650 750 950. 11.19 rx.

BUN- 950 AX; 156. 450 550 750 10WlSUnter. 50. 8.68. 758, 756, 8.00.

8.10, 950 95C, 10.16, 1150. 1150 AX: 12.10. 1.10, 156, 2 00 2.80. fc.10. 356.

356, 450 455. 655. 658. 650. 650 6.16, 850.

7.15. 750, 950, 11-16 rx. SUN, B.00.10JL5 AX: 150156. 150 450 550650 7J6. 750.

1050, 10.16 FX. Weet Medford, 656, 755. 8.10, 9.00. 9.00 10.19, II.00, 1150 AX: 18.101.10,156.9. 950 910, 656.

956. 450 656. 650. 650 8-16. 850.

7.16. 750 950 11.15 rx. 9. 1016 ax; 156. 150 450 650.

650 7.U. 10.15 rx. College H11L 655, 7 36. 8.10 956, 10.15, 1150 AM: 12.10, 156, 250 356, 450, 6X6, 650, 650, 6 40, 7.1 i. 950.

11.16 rx. SUN, 1016 AX; 156. 150 4. 650 7.16. 1016 FX.

Winter Hill. 656. 756, 755. 850 956, 1050 1150 ra; 950 356, 450, 450, 6 15. 650 650, 50 658, 650.

8.30, 8.40 756, 756, 9JB, 10-ltf. lLlrf rib 8UN 950. lO.lrf. 10.60 AX; 1250 156. 150.

450 650, 8. 7-te. 10. 10.18 rx. Concord, Maaa and Prison Station.

750 AH 150. 4.36 FZ. 1350 FZ. Krfnerlca. 856.

10.00 ax: 3.40. 6.46 rx. Bodford.b46.750.lOAX: 150, 550 515. 858, 6.08. 650.

10 J6 FX. 1150. 650 rx. Lexington. 546, 756.

750, 8.20. 956, 1050, 1050 AM; 950 950 4567 656. 656. 4.08. 50.

756, 9.16, 10J6, 1L26 rx. BUN. 1050 650 rx. Via Bedford. Time tobies giving full Inform thronah trains are obtainable It O.

sTmELLEN, GEO. W. STORES, tall tnformhtlon a to local and CENTMl MASSICHUSETTS 5 R. Noar Open to Warm v. nn MONDAY.

Juna XT. 1887. Bceton for Ware, barre and Butland, 7.16 AM, 1256. 650 rx. West Boylaton, Oakdale and Jefferson.

7.11 AX 1256, 850. .10 FX. 546 PX. Wlty Station between Hudson ana Jefferson, 7. IB AX: 1256.

610 rx. SUN. 456 PX. Hadson, 7.15,9.10 AX; 1255 650, 6.10. 50 FM.

hockbottnii, 9.10 AX; 6J0. 650 FM. SUN. 546 7 Waver! y. 7-16, 9-10 AX: 1256.

6.10, 500 rx. BehmoabVlO AM; 1556, 6 JO, 550 FM. BUN. 4'46 GEO. W.

TO REE GenT Paraenger Agent, o. 5 zzvtj.wm. Gang Bapa I 7 Roston Providence R. R. MAY 30.

1887. TRAINS LEAVE BOSTON STATION. PARE SQUARE FOR Nxw YORK (Shore Line, Tun). 1059 AM; 150 PM. Kctnrn.

850 ax; 150 rx. Nxw Tons (tfbore Lme, Mall), 1150 rx. Bundeyi Included. Return. 11 rM.

Sundays included. Nxw YOKE (Btoamboeb BtonUgMa Um), 560 rx. Sundays excepted. Return. 550 rx.

FXOVIDXPCB, 5367 650 956, 1050, 1050 tel 1 1-00 e.io. sio, 650 bso 1150 rx. tuTit. tO. 650, 7ft0, k50, 9 0, 1050, 1050 am; 1550, 150 M.eo.

bio. 850 1520 950 FM PAWrrcxxr, 856, 850, un, 1050 AX; 250 650 450510 650. 850. 1150 rx. Return.

6.10 7.10 540 950.1056, 1159 AX; 1350 350 456. 530. 9.40 rx. P0H(TUlB ATS Hxxxoxvrixx. 588.

8.00. 1050 AM; 4.00 rx. Return. 750, 1158 AX; 456,653 FZ. BrxrOKD 450 rx.

Be-tnrn. 656 AX: 650 nt. ATTLXBOXOrex, 656, 6.80 956, 1050 AX: 150 4.00, 6.10, 650. 550 1150 nt. Return, 6.26, 750, B5s! 6 11.16 AX; 12A4, 655 4A6.

6.49. 956 FZ. KOITZ ATTUlOSOrSZ, 850 1050 AX: 950,450 65O.ll.00rE Kctnrn. 7-10 950, 1150 an; 2.46, 4 26. 656 rx.

Yin Mas sms, 596, 8.00, 1050 ax; 450 rx. Return, 7. 40. 11.28 ax: 455. 657 rx.

550. 8.90, 955 lOSO AX; S50500 6.10. 650, 650. 459.1150 1156 PE Return. 654.

6.48. 750, 750 9.11. 1052. 11A0 AX; 1356, 250. 852.

6.06. 850. 756. 1016 FZ. Rapt Fox boko can.

656. 8.00 850 1050 ax; 50 660 1156 rx. Return 1L45 AX; 6JL 7.12. 1052 rx BharOX. 856.

850. 8.20 938. 1050 AX: 3.00. 450 650 650. 539, 11-06 rx.

Return. 750 7 AS, 653, 5 1153 AX: 853. 650. 73L 1030 PE 15 3.00 4.00 6io 6j5. 350.

1158 tern, 7.0. 7.1. .48, 8.12.950 1050 115 ah; 1.10. iiiire. 658.

i57. 10.36 rx BliOVILIA 456,655, 756. 850 850. 950 1050 1156 AX 12 7 13-10 2 AO, 6504.06.656. 550 656, 506.

855 850 1050,1055 PM, Return, 65b 8.45 758. 755 658. 955 1055 1055 1156 am; 1556. 150.350 800.355 4.16. 540 505 655 6.09.

658. 756. 75. t9-OS. 10.44 rz STD! PaM.

653.658,755 850 950 1050.11 58 AX; 12.00 12.10 1.13. 2 JO 2 AO. 50, 456, 655 650. 656, 6xh. 855 850.

rx. tnte; 857, 6A5 750. 750. 852. 854,856, 950, 97l0.40, 1157am; 12.10 1258.

1 532.0. 50! 356. 4-17! 4 AS. 65b 558. 519.

540, 7 08. 755 ft.li. 1047 PX. NT. Hors AMD CLAMTSOT HILL.

656, 856, 755 858.950,1156 AXiltX; lOLlS, 3.19, 2 AO, 350 456 656. 656. 506. 536. 855 10.00 1056 nL jbh turn.

511. 549. 15. 807. 8ft8.

9J4, 10.44. 1159 AX: MAI. 157 955 58, 350,451, 545 655 515, 6.43. 7.13. 755 2513 rM.

FOl wp 0V 8.VW 4V GAte te ewi 16 8U 65S. 6.06. 6.10 656. 856.7 00. 7 58.

850 9.18, 1050, 1036, ll.il rx. Return. 517, 527. 657, T. 15.

7-30, 7 AS, 8.17, 8.46. 956. 1017, 1056. 11.49 AX 1.45.13, 50 9.15 4.38, 540, 45s7i.is. eW 352, 560 758.

750 756. 8 05 547. 9.17. 1051 PX. Jamaica Plait.

536, 8.M. 45. 9.00, 950. 10.10. 1050, 10.40.

lil 1 JO, 12 50. 1.13, 250. 2A0, 3.16. 50. 506.

e.I!' 5-25' 5 X5 Iao! 5 bul SSil aa' 9JS, 10, 1056, "a-lf- 7.18.756,7.46. 1.11, 8A8, 955. 10J91058, 1150 AX; 11.10, 15.15. 1250 155 1A6, 2.16, 253. 3.16.

3 AO, 4.17. 43 17543, 458. 6.16. 502? 534! 56s! 755 7.23, 758. 856, 54t(.

9.19.10.84 rx. BOTLBTOX, 656, 546, 566, 756, 756, 850. 50 950 11.15 nt. Return, 85L 532. 7.02, 75L 758, 7A7l 852, 85L 957, 1051,1058, 1152 AX; li.lS7l25s! 156.

1A9. 2.17. 258. 6.17, S.42, 519, 453, 4.45 45t! 5 OMnt 3 7Ji- 7-- J- 'Al! ROXBTXV S55 8A6.5B8 7 08 758 590. 50.

50. 10 JO, 1050, IOaO. 1156 AXJ 13.10. 1250. ill, 2.10 2572 AO.

515 350506, bio 450. 656. 556 6.40, 655 506,510, 526, 656,750.756. 850.fc.15. 1050 1056, 11 JB rx.

Retnrn, 658.566. 758, 755 7 AO 750757, 858, 959, 1024, 1152, 115Ax7l91. 1254.1A0,152.251,27S52.S.4S,456 ikjff 5b! i52b. U1, 1JOt' 7aa- DidmaX, 759, 756 500, 950. 1010,10.40, 1158 AX: M50.

950. 9AO 9-15. 450, 450, 65. 500 510 556, 750. 7 jSTta.OO 9.l4, 1000, ioSS lLte rx! -Zim ROZBUBY AMD BieXLATSb 756, 950.

CnXTKAL AMD RoeLiMDSLa, 756, 9.00, 1510 1080 fM: 1550 950 9 JB. 450. 450 656, 6.00 510 750 755 515. 71056 rx. Retewm.

8J7, 758. 505 Set UlM 0: uSrift6.45fc. 455 567. BTOV0XTOX, 500 1050 150 450 650 VB5rx. Return.

556,150 1050, 1L46 AX; 350 i.io rx. an: ATS BSISTOIa 850 AX; 450 PE BAB AX; 156 rx. IMonday, Wedneedey and Friday 1 hr. IB m. la tor.

ITMMtay, Thursday and Setantay, 1 hr. 15 m. later. Mow day, Wcda toy and Friday et 11.15 rx. -7 Tne day.

Thunday and Saturday at 1L16 Fb tOr on arrival ad tana from Hwrrek. Ie IS Ml A. A. FOLSOM. Bupb jrgal Kottcts.

theOouaty of Suffolk, derearob ta ha taken upon himself tha trust by giving bends as the law olrecto. All persona having denmnda agataM the estate of said decerned kn required toaekhlMt the me, find nil uersoua indebted, to eaid estate are called upon to make pay- mallf fiA j- 4i THAYER. Adeilfiletrator. JaTv 13. 188T.

ykl- -jy 16 -v ia iol rj-n BROTUERS, 88 WATER STREET. Leave 1050 rx. Tha 6 ax lam dlltftOB fhtl The 7.15 AX 1 6,7.15, 950 aad 11 ax; 150, 6, 8. 7 and sm to South Framlnghsm; I to Albany. arose to South Framingham aad ae- o.

drawingroom ears tot The 650 AM racoae. N. Y. Thall. ax la sniuz to Springfield; KyriinfOaiA to Albany; drawing Bprlngflaid to Pitts Aeufteen Express to Albany.

Haa ueeptng-car through to Buffalo, Cleveland, aud Chicago, aas to Detroit and (jhlregp. also to Mb Louie. (Rune eany.) Passengers tor etattons between wororeter ana Springfield wUl take local train at Wezeestsr. 7ns cypress, nas sleeptag ear via Buffalo, Cleveland and Tolado to Chicago; also sleeplug-car via Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Detroit to Chicago.

Tha 1050 rx runs dally; la express to Sratogflold. Springfield to Albany; nas stoop ing car to Albany. The 6V 850 rad 11 ax and PX connect at Pittsfield for North The 6, 850 aad 11 ax eonneet at Chatham for Hod Tha fi, SJO, 11 ax and 8 rx eonneet at Palmar with War River Branch. Pop Springfield. Hartford.

Now Haven and Now York. Leave Boston and 11 ax: 450 aad 1050 rx. The 9 ax to axpraea. Drawing-room earn to New York. The 11 AN Ie express.

Drawing-room cam to New Yor. The 450 rx la express. Drawing-room ears to New York. (Daily.) Tbe 1050 rx is express. Sleeping-cars to New York.

(Daily.) Worcester. 6, 7.16. 850, 9. 11.11.06 AX; 150.950,8. 459.

455. 555. 6. 7 and 10.30 PX. Military, 6.

7.15. 11-0 ax: 150. 950. 455 PX. North Grafton, 6, 7 15, 11.05 AX; 150.

2.30. 455 nt. Westtarongh. 6,716,1156 AX; 150, 350. 456.

65 Boutbvlll, 6, 7.16, 1106 AX; 150, ifto, 456, 658 rx. CordavUle, 6, 7.16, 111)5 am: 150. 350,456 rx. AshlandTo, 7 J5. 11D6 AX 1.30.

250, 456, 656 PX. Milford. 7.15. 1156 AX: 2.15. 4.66 rx.

booth Framingham. 6. 8.45. 7.15. 7.45, 850.

10. 11.06 AX 150.2.16. 250, 8.46, 456, 6, 656, 950, 950, 9. 1050, 11-16 rx Saxon mis. 9.16.

1156 AX: 656 PX. Natick. 6.46. 756. 9.16.

10. 1158 AX; 150, 1.15, 8.46, 6, 656. 555. 8.30. 9.

11-15 PM. Wellesley, 956. 7-45. 9.16. 10.

1155 AX; 150, 1.16, 856. 8. 6 36, 656, 650. 9. 11.16 rx.

Wellesley Hills. 656. 756, 9.16. 10. 1156 AX; LSO.

250. 3.46. 6. 6.25. 655.

650. 9. 11.15 rx. Newton Lower Falls, 755. 952 AX: 12 150, 256, 856.

4.26. 656. 6.40. 6.10. 756.

8. 10 PM. Auburndale. 6.46. 756, 755, 9.16.

10, 1155 AX: 12 1. 150. 255. 956. 3 45.

4.25. 5. 6.10. 650, 650. 655.

6.10, 650. 7-06. 8. 9. 950.

10. 11.16 rx. Wen Newton, 956. 7.26. 756.

9-16, 10 1156 AM: 12 150, 150, 256. 356, 355, 456, 6. 5.10, 650, 5.40, 656, 9.10. 650, 756, 8. 9, 950, 10.

11.15 rx. Ns wton ville, 8.46. 755. 7.45. 9.15, 10, 1156 AX 13 150, 150, 956, 8.06, 855, 4.25, 5, 5.10, 550, 6.40.

555, 9.10. 850, 756, 8, 9. 950, 10, 11.15 FM. Newton, 856. 756.

7-45. 9.15.10.1156 AX: 11 1. 150, 8.36, 556. 856. 456, 6.10, 650, 650, 656, 8.10.

850. 756. 8. 9. 950.

10. 11.15 FM. FeneulL 656. 7.46. 9.16 AM: 12 255, 3.06, 3.46, 6.10.

9.10. 650. 755, 8. 9, 9.80, 10, 11.15 FM. Brighton.

856. 756, 7.45. 9.15. 10, 11.05 AX; 19 1.00, 150, 9.35. 355.

3.45. 455. 5.10 5.40. 9.10, 650. 756.

3. 9, 950, 10, 11.15 rx. Allston, 656. 755. 756, 9.16.

10, 11.06 AX: 12 1.00, 150, 2.96, 856. 855, 556, 6.10r 5.40, 6.10, 650, 756, 6, 9, 950. 10. 11 .16 rx. Cottage Parma.

6.46. 7.36. 7 45. 9.18. 10.

11.06 AM: 12 150. 150. 256. 356. 3.45, 6.10, 6.10.

850, 756 8. 9. 950. lO. 11.15 rx.

Brookline, 650,750,7 86.750.8. 8-20, 857, 9.06. 956, 19.16. 1056 AM; 19.16, 19 46. 1.20, 956.

9.28. 4, 4 15. 4 6, 656, 656, 656. 6J6, 955. 750, 8.15.

955. 10J5. 11-10 rx. Cypress Sir et, 750, 758, 9 0S. 10 45 AX: 19.16, 12.46, 2.86.

a rs, 4.16, 456. 656. 9-16. 750. 8.15.

956. 10.15. li.io rx. Reservoir, 7.00. 758, 8.

857, 9.06. 10.45 AM 19.16, 12.45, 256. 856. 4.15, 456. 655, 6.15, 750, 8.16, 955.

10.15. 11.10 rx. Chestnut 11111,7.00, 755. 8. 657, 9.06.

1055 Ax; 12 IB, 12 46. 136, aifi. 4.15, 456. 555,8.15,750. 3.15.

9.35. 10.16. 11-10 rx. Newton Centre. 750.

756. 6. 857. 9.06. 10.46 AW, 12.16.12.46.2557355.4.15.

455, 650.556, 3.15 10.16. 11.10 rx. Newton Highlands, 7.00, 756, 8, 857, 956, 10.46 AXj 19.16.13.4.2.36.655.4.18, 456, 650. 656. e.li.

750. 8.15. 955. 10.15. 11.10 FZ.

Framlngkam. and Marlboro ngtb 7-16. -1159 AM: 2.15 ex. 456.656 (ellTlB) DO 00) PM. Kei.

leave Narlboroogh. 7 .18, 8-06. 950 iX: 155. 4.18. 450, o8.15 FX (sO.OO) AX.

Fnptrillo, 7.16. 1156 AX: 2.15 ex, 455. 850. alLlS, (t U)0 fx. Sonth-borangtl.

7 15. 11.06 AM: 9.15 ex. 455. 6.25. 850.

a 11.16 ij8 00) rx. North bo rough. Clinton, Leominster and Fltehbnrg, 7.16. 1156 am; 2.15 ex. 455.

655. all.15 D850) PX. Berlin. 7.16. 11.04 am: 2.16,484.

all.16 (rit-OO) fx. West Bor-Un, 7.16. 11.06 ax 455, all.16 (s8 OOt nt. Bolton, 11.06 AM: 2.15.455. all J6 Pratts June-tlon, T.lk, rt.05 ax: 4.36 rx; eli te 00.00) rx.

Keb leave Fitchburg. 655 U7.10), 756.9 am 450 and o555 PM arrive at Breton. 8 35, 9.15 D950), 11.00 AX; B.35. e.6o, 750rx. (d) Daily only.

(1) Stfidai. a Wadnrensys and Hatardays oaly. Snndnr Trains fop Newton Lower Falls leave Boston 10 ax; 1.00. 756, 10 rx. Rot.

855 AX: 1255. l.W 56.9.46 PX. Snnday Trains for Wellesley Hills and Stations east of Wo roes tor. 8.U) rx. Sunday Trains for Newton Highlands and Intermediate stations leave Boston 8 14, 10.06 AX; 12.45.

9.45 PX. Bet. 952 AX; 1251, 157. S.S2, 950. 1057 PM.

Brookline Snnday Trains leave Breton 8.25, 10.00 AM 1 18-46. 6-60, 4.16. 9 46 PM. Bob 957 AM VWrr. A.

8- HANSON. Gen. Pass Agenb te my 15 New York Englaed. Corrected to July 1887, Trains Leave Boston Station, Foot of Soznmor Street, Week Days Daly, tin lees pthfrylsf noted, Withont Change of Care, for BALT1MURE 1650 PX. BIRD STREET 850.

750, 8.00. 19.16. 1.00. 156. 950.

956. 450. 5.10. 856. 8.10.

8 35, 750. 6.10. 1050. 11 J6 PX. BLACK8TONE 8.80 ax; 350, 1850 rx.

DANBrRY 850 AX. DOKCHXSTEB 850,7.00, 850.950. 1150 AX; 19.16 150, 155. MUb 850. 450, 5.10, 6.16, 5.45, fi.06.

fl.10,' 750. 910. 1050, 1L16PX. DlT)tET 7 00. 8.00.

9.30, 1150 gx: 12.16. 100, jJ5, 1.80 955.450. 6.15. 6.45, 4.10, 956, 750. 9.10.

1050. 11-16 PX. ELLIB 650, 8.00, 80 A1! 12.16, 250, 450, 850. 8.35. 9.10.

rfl.15 DICOTT 6.00, 8.00. 950 AX; F12.16, 250, 450k 950. 655. 9.10. 11.15 FM.

FIbHEJLL-ON-HCDSON 850 AN. FRANKLIN-850. 650 AX; 12.15, 350, 655, FOREST A YEN UE 750, 950 AX; LOO, 950. 5.16, 6.45. 6.35.

1050. 11-16 FM HAKTFt'RD-850 ax: 3.00. 350, M50 FX. XIARVARD STREET 850. 750, 850, 950.

1150 AX 13.16. 150. 156, 35a 353. 450. 6.10, 6J6.

856, 8.06. 6.10. 6.36 750. 9.10. 105a 11.16 rx.

HYDE PARK 850, 750. 850, 950. 1150 AM; 13.16, 15a 156. 250. 358, 450, 5.15, 656, 555.

650, Alo! 856 750.9.10. 1050. 11.16 PX-HIGHLAND LAKE F650AX; F12.16, FS.36 PX. ISLINGTON 850, BOO. 950 AX; 12.15, 250, 45a 850.

656. 9.10. 11.16 PX. WAStHritlff 30 AX: 3.00. 950.

1X8 80 rx. MATTAPAN 8.00,750, 850. 950, 11.00 AX: 11.16, 1.00, 156. 950. Si5.

450. 5JS, 556. 850, 6.10, 856! 750. 9.10. 1050.

11.16 rx. MILFOHD 8.30 AM 19tl5.55Brx. S850 PX. HI. BOWDOIA 50, 7.00, 85a 95a 1150 12.1fi.l.oai56,850, 856, 450, 6.

ia 6J6, 556. 656, 6.10. 655. 7 50, 9.10, 1050. 11.15 PM.

NEW BBITAIN-ta50 AX 3)0, 150 NEWBCBG 850 AX. NEW LONDON 850 nL. nb-KSOAX: 1350, 659 nf. ford 650 ax. via Norwich Line.

850 nt. 850. ABO rx. 950 AX 12. 16, 95a 450, 656, NORWOOD CENTRAL-850, 6.00, 850, 9.90 AX; 111 PHILADELPHIA 18.90 fxp PBOVIDKNCB 850 AM 12.15, 6.66 rx.

PUTNAHASO AX 8 jg. 650 jb BEADYILLE 8.00, 65a 950 AX; 19J6, 250, 45a rvrKi4fT5a 950, 95p, 11.00 150, 156, 950. 956, 45a 6J5. 856., ioooT 1116 rx. VILLE.

CONN. 850 AX 35a 850 rx. KB RIDGE-350 AX 850 rx. WABHniHoaKMMOnr WATERBURY 350 AxTlOO i ja WimMAKTlO-OJO AX: JE50, 350,1030 WIN6LOW8-850 AX: It J6. FSJa 656 rx.

WEBSTER 650 AX 50 PX. Sunday trains leave Breton for Norwood Central and Intermediate stations at 1256, SJ6, 1050 rx. Return, tag leave Norwood Oesitrai at 9J6 AX; 2.00, 650 rx. WOONSOCKET DIY1BION. i Leave depot of Boston 5 Albany Railroad, 956,1158 AX 156, 85a 45a 6JL 856, 1906 PX; rxjB650 Ix.

RET 856, 868 AX; 850, 650 PX; 6650 AX; atop ntag at latazmsdiate stations. and tridental tniMsSTdll. Stops ZBtos toleave 8.30 It Haven); Pull jrew TortOh Pullman cart Boston to New York. mu; on awHM i IMI train rare through to Hartford, -Msw Bril slerbarv. Daatarv and FlahMU-ob-Hudson.

Wafi AALK. NEW ENGLAND OeUU Dally, lacladtng Sunday-fa*g Mew York (via Air Ia Rente) running 88 mile without a stom. Itae Grand Oontrai pSpob New Yorlto 8 P. Caanects at WUHmeatln an tOB 5b- 4 bjw 6.30 IslaonvIlleandPutaam. Train coanacte at New Loa- don tat WPrtta' CttY or CITY OF NEW YORE.

Beats In Parlor pare, Bertha la Pullman MMgMIWt TTjackmin ALL THE EDITIONS iETENlSG' Inoludlng the Oclock; 5AX 91 NAD AT Boston Bailwir Newroaoer Stands. I Cannot praise Hoods Sarsaparilla half endugh, says a mother-whor* son. almost bund with scrofula, waa cured by this medicine. auctions. WILLIAM M.

HILL. AUCTIONEER, Salem, Maas. Elegant Estate on Lafayette Street, Salem, at Auction. Will Be 8oId at Pnblic Auction, on the Premise, at ELEVEN OCLOCK In the Forenoon of WEDNESDAY, Aug. S.

1887. That very valuable and attractive estate num-bered 81 Lafayette street. Salem, situated ami. on tbe line or the Salem and Marblehead street and but a few minutes walk of the Boston Maine Railroad. Lafayette street is one of the most beautiful avenue in this vicinity.

The estate la situated on the harbor side of the avenue, opposite Gardner street, with unobstructed view of toe harbor. The laud measures about 58 feet on Lafayette street, and about 880 feet depth to the sea wall with a large area of beach beyond. The house Is the southerly part of a handsome block of two houses, modern style, high studded; is In thorough repair, and has all modern conveniences. The stable building is conveniently kfnund. There Is a large rammer house on the harbor end of the gatden.

Tne garden is storked with choice fruit and ornamental trees and flowers. The estate will be sold without reserve. fiSOO of purrhase money to be paid at time of sale. TuThAtt Jy 20 Excursions. PICTURESQUE MAINE.

Boston Bangor Steamship Go. To Mount Desert and Pleasure Resorts on Penobscot Bay and River. DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY. Commencing, Thursday, Jane 80, 1847.

steamers will leave Fosters tlanttn avenue, as follows: For Rockland. Camden. North port. Belfast, Sea report. Fort Point, Buck port, wlnterport, Hampden and Bangor, dally, except Sunday, at 6 P.

connecting at Rockland next morning with steamer Mount Desert For SOUTHWEST HARBOR land BAR HARBOR. MT. DESERT daily. For North Haven, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at P. M.

For Green's Lauding. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at P. M. For Swans' Island, Wednesdays at 5 P. M.

For Bass Harbor. Saturdays at 5 P. M. For Northeast llarbor, Kockeud, Tuesdays and Fridays at 5 P. M.

For Seal Harbor. Mondays and Thursdays at 5 P. X. For Northwest Harbor, Little Deer Die, Se.lgwn-k. Brooklin, Pretty Marsh, Biuehill.

Surry and Ellsworth, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 P. X. RETURNING TO BOSTON. From Bangor (commencing July 2). at II A daily, except Sunday, touching at all landings.

From Bar Harbor at 1 P. Southwest Harbor at 2 P. daily, except Sunday. Prom Ellsworth. Mouda vs.

Wednesdays and Fridays gVALtAChlqiUBU HILL. je30 to General Manager. Boston and Hingtiam Steamboat Co. JfAHTASKET. Steamers will leave ROWES WHARF, weathci permitting, for KANTASKET at 8.80.

8.15. 950. 1050 11.30 A. 12.30Tl.3O. 8.80, t3.00,3 AO, AO, 6.10.6.15, 7.10 and 9.15 P.

M. PEMBERTON, at 6.30, 8.15. 9 AO. 11.30 A. 12.30, 1-30, a AO.

450 5.10, GAO, 6.13. 7.10 and 9.15 P. M. STRAWBERRY HILL at 6 A0, SAB, 11 A0 15b 6 A0 and 6.15 P. M.

Returning, will leave NANTASKET at .8.00. 90. 11-00 A. 12.45. 1.30.

2.00, 3 AO, 3.5fi. 5.00, 5.45. 6 40, 8.00 aud 9 AO STRAWBERRY HILLrAt 7 .00, 8 AO. 950 A 3 AO and 6.80 P.M. PEMBERTON at 7.20, 8.20.

9.15. 10.00. It AO A. 150. 2 AO, 456, 5.20, 64.

7.00.8.20 and 950 P. M. Omitted bnndays. 'Sundays only. REEVES AMERICAN BAND.

D. W. REEVES, Director, in GRAND CONCERTS noon, afternoon and evening. Fare 25 cents Kadi Way. 6t Coupon books, 100 Ooupon books.

$15 The Boston Cab Company has carnages on tbs WR Ol PEIRCE, Supt. W. B. DUSTAN, O. T.

A. FOR KENNEBEC RIVER, BATH, IUCOMOND, OARDINE HAIiLO- WELL AND AUGUSTA, Connecting at Bath for steamer for Koothbay STEAMER STAR OF THE EAST, Ca JASON COLLINS, wUl leave Lincolns wharf every Tuesday and Friday at 6 o'clock, P. M. East Breton tots can run to the wharf. H.

H. HYDE. Aggjat. SEYEN GRAND EXCURSIONS TO POPIIAM BEACH. Beginning July 23d, take steamer Star of the East and go to tne finest beach in New England.

ExeeUent fishing, unsurpassed bathing facilities, aud the most beautiful scenery. Two flrst-elass hotels. Parties can take the steamer leaving every Friday night, arriving at Panhem Beach early the following morning, and take the boat leaving Monday night, giving three full days at the Beach, for $6. This Includes fare both ways and board at either of the hotels. VICKERY, the proprietor, ia pursuing a liberal with the dudIIc.

and makes this offer that they may see the advantages and beauties of Pophain Beach. t2 Jy 14 FOR PORTIiANDSS? Stanch steam ere of thia eld; illable line will leave India wharf, at 7 oeloCk p. M. Sunday Trip, F. M.

nneettag at Portland with all diverging railroads. Through ticket and Baggage checked through. 6150 BFOI TO oi F. WILLIAMS. Agent.

NEW ROUTE TO EASTERN MAINE COAST VIA Portland Boothbaj Steamboat Co. For Squirrel and Heron Islands, Boothbay, So. Bristol, East Boothhay and Damariscotta. Steamer Enterprise leaves Portland for all above joints every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at Through tickets and Information at Office of Portland Steamers, India Wharf. Boston.

HENRY W. RACE, jy 8 to Gen. Portland. HINGHAM, HULL DOWNER LANDING STEAMBOAT COMPANY. MELVILLE GARDEN.

Boat will leave India' Wharf, daily, weather permitting: For Hull and Downer Landing at 6.16, 8.15, 0.40, 10.40 A. 12.40, 250, 8.40, 6.15, 6.10, 7 AO P. X. For Hingham at 6.15, 8.40, 10.40 A. 2.30, 350, 955, 6.10 P.

X. Return from Hingham at 650, 7.45, t8. SO, 11 A.X., 1250, 350, 450. 955 P. X.

Retain from Downer Landing at 7, 755, 8.40, 9.15, 11.10 A. IT, 12.40, 2, 8.50, 5, 6.35, 9.90 x. Return from Hull at7.15,8.10, 1855, 950, 1155 A. 1255, sTlfi, 4.06, 6.15, 650, 9.45 r. X.

Sundays excepted. tSundays only. Fare 25c each way. 50 Ride Book. 29.

100 Ride Book, $15. ty Excursion Ticket Down and Return, with admission to Melville Garden, at Downer Landing, 60 cents, except on Mondays and Holidays. G. F. CUSHING, 8upt FOR I 4 Campobello Island.

a 5 4 Steamers' of the INTERNATIONAL LINK leave Commercial Wharf every Wednesday and Friday at 850 A. arriving at' Campobello the next morning at 8 oclock. The 1950 train via Eastern B. connects with ama steamars at Portland. Tickets and staterooms may be had of J.

W. RICHARDSON, 214 Washington, earner of state street. staterooms In Information may be had by replying to ALEX. S. FOSTER, Gen.

Manager Gampobollo Island Co. jy91. dot 1 27 State Street. F0K GLOUCESTER. BTXAMXR8 ef the -Boston 5 GVmeesler Steamboat Cora pan idovoNorth Side Central Wharf daily (Sunday excepted) at 950 A 9 and 5 P.

M-; returning from Gloucester at 9 and IA 150 P. 1L; Sunday 5 A. X. ftt 9 A. X.

boat 8. MERCHANT, Afoul. 2m -i- 7eS0 650, 85a 1150 AX; 3J6. 456 fEb), rx. Keb 756 (Express), 950, 1056 AM rx.

North Easton, St 650, 65a .1150 AX; 956, dulpn), 4.43. 9.07 rx. Rob North Easton, 856, 7 56 9.14 10.14 All; 12.12, 469. 758 FM. BbSt.

Stoughton, 754. 957, 958, 10.22 AX: 19.21. 651. 7.18 rx. keb Kandolph.

7.14, SJ7. 951,1051 AM; 12.29, 559, 7.99 nt. Mlddleborongfa. 416, 9-00, 11.40 350,456,414 57 FM. Reb 55.758.954 4l6 AX: 1957, 12.12.

426,6.66,851 rx. Bridgewater. 816. 9.00. 1L40 AM: 9.30,859.

436,350857 FbBet. 958.754.758, 955 AX; 1856, 451. 407, 419 rx. Brockton, 650. 416.

950. 1056. 11.40 AX LC0.J.16, 850, 4.04 415, 455. 650, 407, 9.15, 11.18 PX. Re 5.64.

756, 8.07, 9.15, 950, 953AM; 1253. 1358. 9.16, 426. 401. 422.

850. 956 nt. Holbrook. 6.60, 415. 10.04 1150 AM: 2.16, 650 456.

6.20407, 816. 11.16 rx. Reb 554 7-17. 852. 10.04 259.

857,6.14652,959 rx. Atdngton, 8.U ax: 950 850. 550 rx: via Duxbury, 75411.20 ax: 350 rx. Bob via Anlngton. 656, 750, 950, 1156 AM; 950 rx; via Duxbury, 755 ax; 150, 456 rx.

Rockland and Hanover, 8.16, 11.06 AM; 250 (3.40 Kock'and only), 650, 6.2S PM. Bet. Hanover, 555, 7.00, 7.55. 951 am: 12.05. 852 rx Keb Rockland, 004.

7.22, 8.18, lalS AM: z2.26, 4.12 PM. Whitman, 8.16. 11.U6 ax: 250. 650 650. 855 PX.

Keb 85L T.19. 8.17, 1012 AX: 1256, il56vla Brockton) 410, 6.01. 958 PM. South Dnx-(ury, 756, 11.20 AX 850. 6.10 rx.

Kab 700. 7-41 am 2.10 443 rx. Mnrahfleld and Scltuate. 756, 8.86, 11.20 am; 350. 6.10, 8.12 rx.

Keb Mzrab field. 806,7.13, 753 AX: 15.M, 2.25.466 PM. Keb Hcitu-ate. 659. 758.

8.11 AM: 1250, 2.60. 6.23 rx. Oohasset and Hingham, 650. 7.36. 855, 11.20 ax: 855.

650 6.10 650 6.13. 8.15 rx. Reb Ooh asset, 6.20, 654. 750 759. 856.

956 AX: 1256, 3.04, 4.06. 6.38. 950 rx. Reb Hingham. 652.6 58,7.42 8.00 8 64 1058 AX LOS.

6.18. 420. 656. 950 rx. East Weymouth and Wemoata.

350. 756. 856.1L9U am: for East Weymouth only). 6.80, 8.11. 8.15 rx.

Bab East Weymouta. 550. 754. 750, 407.1O18Ag;L1485L45L403.958 PX. ItebWev month.

6507 .14. 800, 858. 10.28 AM 158. 8.41, 4.40. 8.18, 1058 rx.

Sontll Braintree. 5.60, 8.48, 8.00 8.16, 8.30,9.10.1056,11.04 1150 AX: IS l.U. 1509.15, 1.30 6.13. 850, 8.40. 4.18.

456. 4.48. 5.90 550 658, 6 or. 8.19. 426.

7.10. 8.16. 10. 11. 11.15 PM.

Keb 455. 557,8547.14 757.752.758, 858, 851.9.08, 444 1056J956.1156AX; 13441354.1.10159,954354 341, 4.44. 8.18, 6.23. 641. 649.

7.00. 7.05. 750, 444 957, 1951 rx Braintree. 650, 449, 758, 8.04 416, 856, 9.10 10-06, AX IS 1.15, 150, 436. 3.15.

850. 418. 448, 456, 458, 5.10. 5.20, 543, 8.07, 8.12, 26, 7.10, 755. 8.16.

10, 11. 11.16 PX. Keb 429, 6.02, 650, 744 741.758. 759. 758.

410 841, 856. 9.12. 953, 1053,1051, 1159 AX 1358, 1.14 L84443. 851. 358, 460.

6.87. 656 6.21. 7.09. 8.48, 1051. 10.15, 10.27 rx.

Uainep. 650. 656, 754 850. 854 410, 10541156 am: 150. 250.

255. 3.12. 418 448. 6.10. 643.

657. 6.12. 6.26. 7.10. 7-66.

8J5, 10.00, 11.15 rx. Reb 446. 6.11. 658. 750, 754 752.

757, 8.17. 854.850, 9.18,959. 1059. 1057 AX: 1954146, 1 20, 1.42. 250.

957. 403. 458. 653.441.657. 7.16, 8.64, 10.20.

10.33 PX. WoUaUss Heights, 656,756. 8.00. 856. 1056.

1156 AX: 1350 L15 150 46. 3.18. 418. 448, 653. 6JS.425.

7.10 755, 10.0b. 11.16 rx. Keb 458. 6.14. 659,7.34 7.48.

8.90, 859, 941. 1059. 11.00 AX: 12.98. 158. 156.

253-457, 6.44 850. 7.18. 857. 1057 PX. Atlantic.

440, 6.46,756, 8.17,10.06.11.05 AX-12 1250.1.16, 150 2.20, 4.18. 452, 446, 650, 658 6.16, 645. 7.10. 755. 1050 1150.

11.15 rx. Reb 4.40. 419. 752. 7.21.

7.49. 8.10 9.24. 10.06. 11.17 AX: 12.11. 146.L64 254 4U, 6.47.

656. 7.21, 950 1040 rx. Keponaet, 5.60. 440, 6.45. 755, 8.00, 8.17, 856.

9.10 1056. 11.06 AX: 1250 1250 1J4 150, 2.90, 411, 4.22. 4.4tf. 659, 5 84 615. 8.25, 7.10.

755. 1050 1150, 11.16 PX. Reb 4.42. 419. 426.

75. 7.34, 7 8.13, 8.40, 857. 1057. 11.06. 11.20 AX: 12.14 1.11, 1.49, 159.

959. 4 14 659. 5.14. 5.44 8 64 439, 754. 9.08.

10.43 rx. Harrison Square. 50 413. 656,9.67, 756. 758, 650, 856, 417.

436, 958. 1056. 1050. 11.06 AX 19 1250. 158.

1.16. 150 8.90. 9.00. 8.13, 853. 4.18.

459. 450, 4 48. 6.00, 558. 8.08. 415.

850,7.10,756. 756. 950. 10.00. 1150, 11.90 FM.

Bb457. 8.14 658.751. 7JO.752.757. 414 6.14 858. 958.

952. 10.12. 1057. 1154 AX; 12.19. 12.41.

1.142.04.9.11.9.04. 450. 4.20, 458 6.19. 654. 651.

654. 8.13. 958. 952. 1047.

1059 PX. Savin Hill. 8 16.6.46. 7 25. 8.06.

9.03. 1056. 1050 AX; 12.00 1250. 156, 150. S.OG 352.

4.22. 4.48. 650 658. 415. 6507.10 756.850 10-0C, 1150.

1150 PX. Reb 459, 416. 753. 755. 759.

8 20. 9 10, 9.34. 1014. 1029. 11.27 AX: 1251.

12.48. 9. IS. 357. 453.4 38 650.

651.657.409.856. 7.29.751 8.14 9J1. 954. 1049. 1151 rx.

East Milton and Weet Qnincr. 6.40 8.17. 1056 AX 1250. 250, 4 22. 650 6.25.

7.66. 1150 rx. Reb west Qutnev. 658. 7.10.

759 911. 11.0 ax: 154 355. 657.856. 1057 PX. Reb East N.iton, 412.

7.14. 853. 9.15. 11 JO AX: 150. 3.65, 551.

959, 10.11 rx. Milton and Aahmonb 6.15. 457. 756, 856.958, 1050 AX 158.850.352550,5.00. 558 (Ek 6.03 650 756.

1050 1150 nt. Keb Kiltoa. 654 650. 7.20 8.04 6.29. 959.

1017 AX: 1259. 9.01. 851. 4.45 (5.09 via Neponset). 658.

7.11.759. 9.26, 1050 rx. Reb Ashmonb 6.10.6.64.7.25.858.8.32, 9.08.1021 AX; 1358.2.06.956, 453, 859. 7.15, 856. 957.

1054 rx. Shawmnt, 6.16, 857. 7S5, 8.05. 953, 1050 3.00. 352.

450. 650, 556 Ex. 853.650, 7.45. 10.00. 1150 PX.

Keb 412. 658. 757. 8.10, 853. 9.06, 1053 AM; 1356.

S57, 357, 4.65, 40b 7.17. 8.10 959 1056 rx. Cottage City, 9.00 AM; 100. 4.05 PX. via Wood HoU.

week day: 750 ax, Sunday. Reb 8.15. 950 am, via Woods Hell. 150 rx. via New Bedford, week days: 4.45 rx, via Wood Holl, Sundays.

Nantucket, 1-00 PM. via Wood Holl. week days; 750 ax. Sundays. Reb 750 AX.

via Woods Hail, week days; 3.16 PX. Sundays. Cape Cod Division Frovmoerown and Station below Yarmouth at 9-00 ax 4.15 rx. For Hyannis. Yarmouth and Sandwich at 950 ax.

1.00,418 rx, week days. Reb Hyannis, 750. 10.25 ax. 3 46 PX, week day. Reb Bandwich, 409, 1057 4E, 4.2? PE, week daya.

For Bnszardi Bay. 815. 0.OOax; 150. 350. 4.06.

4.16 PM. Keb Buzzard's Bay, 410 858. 850. 11.24 ax 8 25. 458 rx.

Onset Bay. 8.15. 950 am 1.00. 850, 4 05 rx. Ret.

416. .855, 11 SO ax; 3 30. 5.00 px. Wareham. 8.15.

950 ax 1503-30, 4.06 PM. Keb 8.23. 6.46. 1 1.88 am 8.40. 5.11 rx.

For Woods Ho11 Falmouth and Monument Bench, at BAB IB Pk, weee Rsb Falmouth, 756. 1057 AX. 4.18 rx, week days. HaHdlMkUSttt 9-00 AX: 456 rx. Reb 8.10 AX: 457 rx.

8UND4Y TRAINS. New York (via Fall River Line) 7-00 rx. Keb 6.30 rx. Taunton. 4.46 ah; 700 rx.

Keb 65M AX 7.40 rx. Newport, 4.46 AX: 7 XX) (beat) rx. Keb 650 rx. Fall Kivwr, (via Brockton) 446 AX; 6.45 PX (via Taunton) 4.45 AM 750 rx, Reb (via Taunton), 5-20ic 750 ax; 756 PX (via Brockton), 750 ax. New Bedford.

4.46 ax; 750 rx. Bet. 750 rx. So. Braintree and way tation (750 So.

Tiuintree only) 8-30 am 12.45, 5.00 looorx. Beb(8outfc tree) 956, 950 gx; 158. 4 857. 85b 1050 rx. Brockton.

4.48, 750 ax 5.46 rx. Reb 656 aN! 7.49 PX. hkniiwtot. Cottage City mok'h, Monument YllOUt- Onset tftcketZ.15, Cottage City 4.45, Wood Holl 5.40, Falmouth 650. Monument Beah 8.17, Hvannls 5.15, Tannenth 556.

Barnstable 559. Sandwich 851, Buz-ard'a Bay 858, Onset Bay 651. Wareham 6-40 rx. Far Flyraonth. Mnrshfleid, Duxbury, Scltnate, IUng ham.

Cohaeaet aad Weymouth. 9.1 ax. Reb Plymouth. 456 FX; DnAur, 4-27 FZ: Marshfield. 457 rx: Beituate, 650 rx; Cohaaaet, 5 J5 rx; Hingtiam, 550 rx Weymouth, 5.48 rx.

Mlddleboro, 456, 750 AX; 5.46 rx. Rot. 857 AX 1.14 PH. Or en arrival ef heat from New York. hOr oa arrival of boat train from tali Hi vet.

J. B. KENDRICK. Goa. Manager.

GEO. CONNOJt, Gen. Pass. Agenb to I 6 FitcbbttrgRaiIroad. H00SA0 TFKNEL EOITTE On and After July KAKB ramegOBTON FA88ENGKR STATION, CAUSEWAY STREET.

FOR North Adamb Troy, Albany and the West, car for Albany, with sleeping car 656. 750 rx. En-Chicago, 1050 rx. Ctilcago. Cincinnati and BbLenU.S Bleeping car for Okie tor Troy and Albany), a 50.

850. 850 95 150 950 10A6. 1155 i. 7501050, ilUI 3.00 856, 4.40.6 00, 856, 956 AX: 56 FX. Ament and Waver lap 650, 858, 950 11.10 1650 9.16, 956, JklS.

450. 850. 8.23, 8UB-. 956. Il50 ami AvD 71b VSO PH 1 Brotflehure (via Miller' Flla)-850, lifts AX; 750 rx.

Cambridge 856. 850. 656. 750. 7-45.

859. 950 950. 105a llao AX 1250 1557, 1250. 156, 2.16, 256. 8.10 8.18 b00.

4.40, 5 Ao, 5 653, 640, 653. 9.1. 65b 8.40. 7.18. 750, 956, 15.

00 11 50 1150 rx. 9.16. Bis. 4150 AX; 13 A6, 156 650456. 650 016.

756. 950 9A6PX. Csuzeord 850 850. 950. 11J0 am: 158, 956, 450450650 653.

800, 653, 750, 11J6 PX. 9 36 AX: 156.850.7.16 nt. Fltehhniw 650. 8.00, 850. 950 1056.

1158 AX: HUM). 35i.b4O850, 750 1050111 J6 PX. SUNV 9.96 AX; 156 PX. Gardner and BUlleria Fall 610. 15071058 1156 AX 7550 856, 750 FX.

Oreenflel85Q. 85U, 1056.1156 AX; 350, 356, Unooln 850. 650 11.10 ax 3 56,450. 450. 650 IE, 53, 750 11LU PX.

jfcA, 956 AXJ 156,7 33 Hxttarougb Hudson and Mnpnnrd 650, 1156 OM: Sft6, '50, 50, 111J6 rx. 956 AX; XaahibH. H. (via Ayer Junction) -850, 1156 AX: 450000) North Loorolnttar 650. 850, 950, 1156 ax; tS56.450.650.tllJrx.

956 AML 158 PX. 9 30, 10.46 AX. fmt ax, 1156 AX; 350, 10.80 Hi 111.16,1150 9.16, 956, 1150 taisSRstiavssr- TDomnot tor at MlUer Change at South SSetf time taUea eaabe Chtalaedti ticket eflrea at Boats office. 960 Wabr i street. Breton', where through ticket to all J- h.

watt ENGUSH SCRAP BOOKS POB IINUOKJiTfflPHOTOfiRiPHS. j.unaiuKoo a lit Messrs. Robson Kerelake. Tbe sultan bas recently despatched three Turkish professors -the physician, Dr. Ibrahim Bey; the botanist, Abdl Bey; and the physiologist, Abdul Hakim Effendl on a scientific mission to Tripoli.

They will visit theprovlnces of the realm -principally occupied by Bedouins, in order to make a thorough study of the curative methods. brace Tripoli, extend into Bengasi, Egypt, Yemen, and terminate In Tbk sensational preacher who tries to fill the pews of his church and gain a little cheap notoriety by advertising to preach sermons with slang or profane titles is to be found everywhere. The latest and most ob-nozions representative of thisiclassof clerical' sensation mongers to obtrude himself on the public Is the Rev. J. B.

Koehne, pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg. The title of his last Sunday nights disoonrae was Damn it. Mr. Koehne promisee to (Ml I I I if 3 it 4 4 i..

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