The Buffalo Commercial from Buffalo, New York on October 18, 1899 · 6
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6 THE BUFFALO COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY EYENING, OCTOBER 18 1899 WORLD OF SPORT; DN THE SPEEDWAY. 1&ny-fatt Thoroughbreds Trot or Pace - th Smooth Quartet Mile Every . . Fine Afternoon. f ' ' The speedway .In, Humboldt parkway la an Ittr active place to lovers of fine bones. The ride smooth road. Is crowded oa these- magnl-f cent fall afternoons with, speedy trotters tad pacer. Many and exciting are ' the trashes which occur between rlral owners pf . rapid steeds. The speedway la lined dally Slth spectators who watch with, eagerness ie beautiful horse as they almost fly aver tJje nMh road. Wheelmen peddle slowly ivng tba cycle path at the aide of the speed-Way and are the most numerous of the onlookers. Besides these are the people who tome in carriages and draw up in advantage-bus positions to watch the sport. On Tuesdays and Fridays moat of the real facing . takes place jind the owners of the p Blest "airlmHls come oat. .-Yesterday was an MC day on account of the threatening clouds Kit a fair number enjoyed the great -game. Lmong those seen an the track were James Macbeth, driving Mike Flaber, 2.21; M. 3. Jyrna, driving Mald-at-Law, 2.2444; W. P. Parlor, driving David Hamm; O. J. Hager rith Kelle Booker, 2.10; Frank Dean, with aek Cutler, 2.22; James Beyer, with a new pan gelding; John Martin driving- a black pare; 3. M. Hull with Boiita, 2.17. Mr. Beyer's roan, a "Noting horse, stepped a narter in 8314 seconds, which was considered very good. The roan is a beautiful little Lnlmal and the experts were greatly pleased frer Mm. v. V The speedway is very near the Main street fears and the sight of the beautiful horses attached to trim road wagons Is worth going !ar to see. The sport on the speedway now s Just as good as the winter racing which ormerty crowded Delaware and Richmond irenues. FOR A SPECIAL PURSE. oe Fatchen, John R. Gentry and Ana-fj condato Raca at Los Angeles, Cal. t '- I Joe Patchen and John R. Gentry are now t Los1 Angeles, Cal., where they will start for a special parse, and the California pa-bera say that Anaconda will be shipped Xrom Lexington in time to take part in the Fame race. I Unless Anaconda is better than he was lit Lexington the first week of the meeting there he will never get within gunshot of the jtwo Wilkes stallions. After working Ana-iconda two miles in 2. 054 and 2.06 at Lex ington. Mellenry declined to start him in the 2.04 pace against Searchlight, and when (the owner of the latter horse challenged any kaceron the Lexington track to meet his horse for $2,000 a side, the Anaconda party Rcept as silent aa possible. . Searchlight coulc). , come much nearer giving Patchen and Gentry a race now than An- faconda could, and it is donbtful If he would Eland better than third In the summary pi a race between the three. t Trotting at New York. i New York, Oct. 18. The autumn meeting began yesterday of the Park Driving Club jof Brooklyn with, perfect weather, a fast jtrack and a large attendance. Three races (Fere on the card. r In the 2.35 class, pacing, Bettlne won In three straight heats. Best time 2.22. . In the 2.15 class, pacing, Henry P. won Second, third and fourth heats and race, piru.uiueiiff wuu urti iieuu i u ume X. . In the 2.20 class, trotting, Swift won first, second and third heats and race. Best Itlme 2.16. - ; , HORSES AND HORSEMEN. Sessipfrom the Stable All AbeutTro " ters and Pacers. ! The dam of Ralph Wilkes. 2.06, by Red C? nd f" ?Cf ' Wilkes, has a colt by Bow Bells. ; talnJd,n fthat iBatched ila the 2.14 class at Lexington, divided Into: W.' McCoy. The Irishman 19 wo races, Pennsylvania horses won four ourj pot lacking in condition. He is taking hf eight monjjys.f ' ' ! good care of himself and indulges in daily A. B. Leopold'. la' driving the mare Clara ! iexercise. All he: wants to p.ut him on fctchen on the road. She stepped Belmont j edge, he says, is about! a fortnight of ck far below 2.4a i hard work. 1 j I : A. H. Miller, pf Girardville, Fa., has a The 8port8 in town do not place much fciost promising horse for -the campaign of l;faith w theeports that Jeffries tins hurt auou in Antezeia, oy Antero. xie xroitea to B record of 2.18 In the third heat of his I 1 I n n. D.,!.)... Joe Patchen's two heats In 2.03 and 2.02, lit Wichita, Kas., last week, gave the black horse the world's record for a two-heat race. iThe previous record, 2.04 and 2.03, was nade last year by John R. Gentry, at Spring- Beld, 111. . lavinla, tie granddan of Sunland Bell, k.07, to wagon, is now ownea at me- Liocust Drove Stock Farm, Newcastle, Pa., and Is in Xoal to the' premier sire Director,, 2.17, for-toierly of the Cloverdell Farm, Col mar. She bas two foals by Star Pointer. . No other stallion has ever before been represented on the turf in the same season by a trotting and pacing stallion as fast as 1 ttupe, 2.07, and Arlington, 2.06, both sired fcy AUIe Wilkes, himself a member Of the Select list, with a mark of 2.15. .' Horsemen in general are not surprised at the fine showing made by Cloud Pointer, 2.24, b full brother to Star Pointer. He has wen Ills, races at the fairs of this state in a man-tier most admired for its garheness. Ed Geers had him last spring and has taught fctlm some tricks at the pace. His recent Victories through the state under the management of Trainer H. A. Moorehead have given old Sweepstakes another one in the list, and " Pennsylvania and Mr. Tltley j(Chicpra. Pa., his owner.) a Hal who will prove a worthy successor of. his great brother. He is .galted like his brother, old Hal Pointer, the king ef pacers In bis day. fclr. Titley believes in the Hals, and has another great pacer in Crown Hal, by Brown (EaL-'Thls Is his first year out, and he has a mark of 2.24hi- He Is a horse of fine size, (disposition and gait. Forty royally-bred pacers are owned here, seventeen of which Are by Cloud Pointed VAN IIIEST A "HAS BEBN.' I Johnny Van Heest showed himself a "has fceen" in his fight with Eddie Gardner be fore the Drovers' Home Athletic Club of Wheeling, W. Vs., Monday night. He op-J tened with his old-time cleverness, but wasi finable to handle his feet, and his ducking lavailed him naught. After the eighth round tils work was altogether defensive. Gardner had his opponent's breast and stomach raw and bleeding, and In the sev-i t - ' A BADLY SPRAINED ARM, 1 HOUSTOH, Texas., f f DB. BADWAT A CO.-Der Sirs: augns 3tV kut I bad badly sprained arm. After using- tlx fiifferen (what were called) rjmedlem, I njrar rot. relief a I uaed Badway's Ready Belief, whici Meed the mis av onoe ana curoa m m pro iji.: 14 father, who Is 66 year old, ay: 'Radway' It Relief and Rndway'e Pills are tbe beet of el fcedlctjiee." We kep them In the house the year Ecund, Special Fouea, City HaU. I Cur. tsr-n Oom emiM. SZjtSSr Lumsaoo, Inflammations. t RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, . 1 FiMtbttsa. Chilblains, Headsohes, Toothacht. t J r Athma,Difflctt Breathing. I fimia trk WOBST PalNS In from nne to EiS. KOT ON2BO0B after reading: rSeed ?nyoV SCITEa WT1H PAIN, bold by . fell lrueTr. BAey.Y- CO-iiSBSlSgic! 11 u M s d 1 enteenth round crossed . hi right to Van Heest'a Jaw. Van Heest went down to one hand, the gong saving: him. Hi seconds threw up the sponge after, assisting him to els corner. RAEDY KNOCKED OUT. Oan Creeden of Australia Did Ihe Trick I in the Eighth Round. New York, Oc(. IT. At the Broadway Athletic Oub this evening Dan Creedon of Aus-, trails .knocked out Pat Reedy of Washington in the eighth round of what was to have been a twenty-nve-ronnd bout at 158 pounds. I Raedy made a fairly creditable showing, but was no match for the shifty Australian and finally .succumbed to Dan's superior cleverness. Oreedou was fat and slow on his feet, while Raedy looked to be trained to the 'hour.. ; t : j .' ; j j' - The preliminary bout was scheduled for twelve rounds at 135 pounds between Bob Dwyer of New York and Billy Lester of Philadelphia. Dwyer was lit no, shape to fight and Lester forced him all around the ring. Dwyer made no attempt: to fight back, and in the sixth round, when Lester cornered him, held and punched in the clinches. The referee finally disqualified him, and gave the. Itnnt tn Mrpr ' T FIGHT POSTPONED. Managers of Jeffries and Sharkey Agree to Change the Lfate to No- ! vember3.i New York, Oct. 17. At a meeting today between the managers pf Jim Jeffries and Tom Sharkey held at the Ooney Island Sporting Club, it was" agreed to postpone the fight for one week from the date originally set.: It yrill take place on Friday, November 3d,. ; HAS NO BAD HABITS. Trry McGovtrn Doesn't Drink.Smoke or Chew T obacco. A Chicago exchange' says: One of the first things Terry McGovern, bantam champion, remarked to Jimmy Barry, ex- champion, vwhen the pair met in Hogan'a, was: i . , i t "Are you fightin' now, Jitumy?' I "No," says Jimmy, looking his successor over carefully, "in all in. 1 am through." 1 . i ! j" ''Do you know what I think?" says iTerry. "A feller can't fight forever and he'd best take care of himself while he's fight. ; I don't drink, smoke or chew none, ,so I don't see why? I can't stay right as Jong as Dixon and thm fellows, hey! t'm going to keep right fighting." ! The little- Brooklyn: man shapes rap larger than Barry and icould hardly make' the weight the Chicago, lad did one time. Still McGovern has grown big in the last year or so and merited into a feather. Pe is half a head taller than Barry and not so big across the shoulders and chest. tie is stronger in limb, however, -and longer of reach than1' Barry. The men fere otherwise built On the same linesv and McQovern fights much as Barry did, jone-two-three. feint alike and shift back and forward the: same way. PETER MAHER READY. He Wants j to Take Jim Jeffries' Place Ajainst Tom Sharkey. t Peter Matter is anxious to take Jim Jeffries' place and: meet Thomas Sharkey . .:. .. 5i. :R RI1hfPrf,1,ft (to influence the: betting! Sharkey is jigreatly put out because Jeffries desires a .postponement. If this should come to pass, Sharkey says he will demand the f;forfeit. ot $2,u00i which both boxers have 'deposited with Al Smith? ' !: il "Tbey . were betting two to one a few weeks ago that I would not fight," said gharkey today, "but now the boot is on the other leg. I am ready, but Jeffries is beginning to demur. ! I am training every hard and am in the pink of condi tion. I ; have with me Bob Armstrong, George! Dixon, Frank McConnell of San Francisco, and my old trainer, Tim Mcr Qrath. I have not yet mapped out my plans for fighting Jeffries, but x nave learned a few new tricks which I intend to spring on October 27." Speculation on the battle has begun Jeffries rules favorite at'100 to 70 Nick LAliegretti, who said a few days ago that he had $5,000 to bet at 5 to 3, says tnat offer still holds good. f' COTJBUG AND FttS8. Jim Klnne, manager of Tom Couhig, the Dunkirk Uahtweight arrived In Dunkirk yes terdav for a conference with Couhig. They agreed upon November 9th as the date for the fight with Jim Ferns. Oouhlg will do his preliminary training In Dunkirk and later go to Buffalo to work under uaniey. PUGILISTIC POIKTEItS. ' Spike Sullivan has selected Deq. 5 as the date of his meeting with Joe Gans at the Broadway A. O. : Jack Hamilton, who defeated Oecar Gard ner recently, declares his willingness to give Gardner a return battle. ; Sam Fltrpatrlck has matched Jeff Thorne of England to box Tommy West In Brooklyn, on Oct. 23. In a twenty-five-round contest, i Word comes from San Francisco that Peter Jackson has passed the critical stage in: his recent attack of pneumonia and his recovery is now assured. It is not likely since Ben Jordan was defeated by Eddie Santry that tbe Englishman will be allowed toi keep his engagement with Oscar Gardner, which la scheduled to take place on Oct. 25. ; Paddy; Sullivan, Gardner manager, Is trying to get santry instead. "Mysterious" i Billy Smith has returned from the West ' and Is training at College Point for various engagements. Smith boxes dally with Jim Jeffords, the ' Oallfornlan heavyweight who la no- matched to box Qua Ruhlln. , Smith, say a Jeffords is very clever. ;- .." ' rt-- ! ' Thei London 1 Mirror of Life states that Jabea White, the' Ekigllsh. boxer who defeat ed Mike Sears and other American fighters. Is coming to America to meet Martin Flaherty. White is matched with Harry .Greenfield. and Jabex says he will sail as soon as. that affair is settled. '. " "T Yonng Kennedy, the clever lightweight of the West,: has been matched to meet Ed Bride- of Hartford for twenty rounds on Oct. SO. Kenney's manager says he is willing ts match his .man against Ud McPartland, Spike Sullivan,: Kd Lavlgne. George McFad-den, Dal Hawkins, fiplder Kelly, Tim Kearns or Frank Brne. CJE3JTBAL 8POKTIX CLTJB. : rlle Central porting and Social CraUuwlH give their sixth bal-masqne at Harmonla Hall Not. 27. Thla club was organized in ,1892 and their entertalnmeats have always proved very enjoyable. ! . -. ATHLETIC CONTESTS. j They Will be Held Each Evening During the Pan-American lazar. During the 74th Regiment Pan-American Baxar, which opens to the public next Monday evening, there will be one athletic event each evening. These events will be specialties taking f 10m ten to fifteen minutes each, such aa boxing, wrestling, high umpjng, . pole vaulting, etc The Turn Vereln and Y. M. O. A. wiH contribute a largo portion rt the athletic entertainment. There will be no open contests except in pole vaulting and high jumping. The names of competitors In these events are requested to be sent: to Clarence MacGregor, secretary. 74th 1 Regiment Armory, Entries will close Saturday night of this week. AL NEWHOUSE. he Five-Mile Champion Has Returned and Says He Had a Successful Sea j -son May Go to Europt. AI. Newhouse, the five-mile N. O. A. cham pion, has returned home, looking hale and' hearty, and Is being complimented by all his friends. Nevrhouse is a member of the Buffalo Ramblers and hk cltfbmates are showering congratulatlona upon htm In, recognition of the excellent record he made during the past season. I yesterday Newhouse, In company with: a representative of the Commercial, related some of his experiences and told of his plans for the future. He said among other things: The past season has been more successful. from a financial point, than any one within my time, and that dates from the spring of K. 'Although there were not as many large meets this season as In former years, nor any Ffilarles paid to riders by cycle firms, but If one wins an occcslc-ual open championship race and manages his own affairs, he comes out better in the end. I started j to ride In the championship events too late In the season, and realize that now. Considering my condition at the opening and the fine sprint "up my sleeve,' Cooper nd Kaiser would have had a warm argument to contend with had I started to ride with them In the early percentage races. However, all things are good that end well. I am pleased that Cooper Is the acknowledged champion .without a doubt. He Is very proud of the title and he certainly deserves it, for he has been striving for that honor against our own Bald for the past four years, and should I have endeavored to pre vent mm nom getting It this year, why the chances are that Buffalonlans would never eee Tommy Cooper ride in this city again. When in a raec, I always feared Kaiser, more than Cooper, for when the Rayton dumpling got his ire aroused there waa'nt anything that could stop him. It is my opinion now that had not the national circuit closed whn it did. Kaiser would have surely beaten Cooper out for the championship. Kaiser got mad too late; and I started tqo late, go Cooper gets the medal. " If Spooner s southern expedition had ma terialized I certainly would have been one of the "bunch" to accompany him. as I am well acquainted 'down south,' having ridden In all the large coliseums down there. The field for cycle racing in those warmer climates has not sufficiently ripened. i The coming winter I intend to ride1 In the sprint races in New York during the (dx-day race, and In other places' noeslblvf In this city, provided large purses are hiing up. : , 1 "Nearly all the other cycle star have an nounced their Intention of going to Europe next season. There is a good opportunity, to make money, as the sport is reviving very rapidly since the days of Zimmerman and Wheeler. Those who have thus far! de cided on going have a guarantee of some Kind. 1 ha an offer also. Harry Bikes' expects to ride in middle distance races in all the capital cities of the old world, and he has asked 'Austy' Crooks and myself to accompany him, we to handle his cycle motor pacing macntnea. 1 can forsee s-ood mnnev in this move of Blkes, and if he can com plete his arrangements and sends mejthe word 'go,' why I wll pack-my trunk and be off with the boys." - J PRESS C. C. "STAG." It Will Take Place this Evenme, with an Elaborate Program of Sprt The regular monthly stag of the Press Cycling Club will take place this.-evening. The committee has arranged an :elaborate program of sports for the occasion, and a great time is in store for the followers of the : orange and black. The boxing program will be as follows: "Huckle" McDonald vs. Dave Bottiestone, 10 rounds at 112 pounds, Jinks Flynn vs. George Buh, 10 rounds at 122 pounds. During Intermission there : will be a "Dnnkelsplel" of five rounds between Koxie" and "Moxie" at catcb-as-catch weights, no rub down, and all bets off. They will serve ' a grand lunch to the members, and a musical program will take place until the- wee hours in their large and handsome parlors. I Oh account of the opening of the !74th Regiment Bazar on the 23d Inst., the Press Cycling Club entertainment committee has postponed the opening of their social season until Friday, October 27th. On that date they will have cards, refreshments, i and dancing. The Pressites are taking an extraordinary Interest In the 74th bazar, i and quite a 1 number of the boys are scheduled for every evening. Captain Gemmerj and President Debo are organizing a posse to take the place by storm on some evening to be announced later. Quite a number of the ladies .taking part will help the Pressites out in their Pan-Jan-Drum. f "Where are the Associated Cycling OlubsT" haf ha! ha I Are the "three graces" a thing ui uic incn, w ax t; Luejr miiy Sleeping. 1 A prominent member of the Press C. Ol I said last night that they had formed an old maid's tlddlewink club for their mutual amusement during the winter months, with weekly meetings In the lumber yards of Black Rock and the Main street "attic." Their existence without the hustling Press IX i C. was very short. Perhaps they have not sufficient ability to run the affairs of the organization. When 'hey retired the press O. C. they simply bit off their nose to spite their face, and are now the laugh of the town. They now say come back Pressites, come back-, while the P. C. O. simply looks on and says, nay, nay, Bismarck, we had enough of your sauerkraut, while the re mains of the A. C. O. sits on the curb and gazes fondly at the heavens above. But the merry ha ba rings through cycledom. and the colonial parlor, the scene of many a batt'e, remains empty, the old clock that stood In the corner seems to hide Its face and say "what fools these mortals be. Some say they never had enough business in them to run a peanut ' stand. He who laughs last laughs best, and the merry- ha ha of the Press O. C. rings through j their mansion like the chimes of Normandle. Sherwood Fisher -has been appointed secretary and treasurer of the Pan-Jan-Drum that will be held in December at the Press C C. mansion. RAMBLIR8 S. C. NOTES The ho-bo road race last Sunday after noon was the last event of the out-door sea son of the popular Main street cyclists. Already there are many schemes on foot for tbe entertainment of members, the first of which will take place on the 31st of this month. It will be a halloween party with some special feature to it,, followed; with dancing. The fair friends of tbe members .will, no doubt, be glad to hear of this early announcement and the entertainment committee says the monthly hop will be con tinued from that date. . n ; r - i ,- i A group photograph of the '99 racing team will be taken next Sunday morning. This will be the largest body of local racing men that was ever focused. The camera section went to Niagara Fulls last Sunday, whera mumeroua '-beautiful views were-taken. The party mlgmted along the river shore aa far aa Lewistoa and say they now possess some of the prettiest views of theutumn foliage that any amateur was ever proud.of. -i AMERICA'S CUP RACES,' Monday's Contest , Shows Up Well Com-. ? pared with Previous Events. As compared -with previous races for the America's cup, Monday's event is very encouraging, In that the American yacht won by such a large margin. ' The worst beating in the history of the International series was in 1871. when the Sappho defeated the Livonia over 85 minutes. ' ' The following table shows the margin by which each yacht has won in minutes -and seconds, for the past twenty-nine years, the winning yacht being placed first: Distance, Date and Tachts. ' . miles. 1870 Magic-Cambria y.'.l..: 30 1871 Columbla-Llvonla . 40 Margin, ' m. s. 39:17 17:04, 10:34 15:11 30:21 65:38 10:59 27.14 - 28.39 38:54 15:19 1:38 12:02 29:09 19:23 11:49 5:46' 10:35 0:40 8:49 10:08 1871 Columbia-Livonia . . 1871 Livonia-Columbia ,. 1871-Sappho-Llvonla ,, 1871 Sappho-Livonia 1875 Madelelne-Count:ss Dufferin , 1876-Madeleine-Countess 30 4 40 30 30 of of 40 Dufferin 1881 Mixchlef-Atalanta 1881 Mischief -Atalanta . . ., 1885 Puritan-Genesta ..... 1885 Purltan-Genesta 1886 Mayflower-Galatea . . 1886 Mayflower-Galatea ... 1887 Volunteer-Thistle 1887 Volunteer-Thistle 189 Vigilant-V alkyrie It. . 1893 Vigilant-Valkyrie II.. 1893 Vigilant-Valkyrie II. I. 1895 Defender-Valkyrie in 1899 Columbia-Shamrock . 30 32 30 30 40 30 40 80 40 30 30 30 30 30 AQUATIC SPORTS. Tho jackies and marines of the North Atlantic Squadron-indulged Sn a series of aquatic sports and trials of speed the other day at Fortress MonrOe, The course was in Hampton Roads, off Old Point, and 15,000 people, excursionists for the most part, witnessed the contests. The results of the various races,' which were over a two mile straightaway course, follow: j Marines of "the New Yorki Massachusetts and Indiana Won by Massachusetts." - , . Knginoers of the Indiana andNew York Won by New York. Cutter race, New York and Indiana Won by New York. ' . Gig race, Indiana and Massachusetts Won by Indiana. ! LMngy race, Indiana, New York and Massachusetts Won by Indiana. The judges were Lieut. Galliet and Captain Fendt, tbe latter of the Old Dominion Steamship Company. ; Each event was for a purse of $50. "j FOOTBALL! Centrals to Play ihe Elmwoods This Afternoon Pierce's Good Work Outside Elevens. An Important game of football will be played at Olympic Park this afternoon, kick off being at 3.30 o'clock. The contestants will be the first team of the Central high school and the KImwoods of this city. The Blmwoods is a strong team and It is rlalmed that a large score will be rolled up against Central. The high school team-has been unfortunate enough to lose every game played" so far this season and the former glorious reputation of Central high school Is being steadily lost The line eup for today follows. : Elmwoods. .Brace, 1. e. . Oentral Hlgn. e., McCrea I. t.. Moot gm ; ..1. g., Moore Zacher, 1. t. Ghadeayne, 1, Richards, c. Van Riper, r. ' c, Connors g. r. g.. Hoover .r. t., Potter Gibson, r. t. . Hurrell, 1. e. . . Lyth, q Lanctot, I. h. . H. Zacher, f. b . .. .1. e., Roosa ,.q., Kennedy ....!. h.( Ketcham .f. b., Morey Galvin, Capt. Johnston. Capt., r. h.. , .r. h., Subs Blmwoods, Whlston, Barrett, Mig- hells and Hall; Centrals, Conrad, Ooonley, Belden, G. Potter and Bulger. Oant. Johnson of Masten Park has promised to referee and the services of Frank Spauld- lng, an old Lawrencevllle half bacK, have been secured to umpire the game. NEWS FROM THE ITHACA HLLS. Tho little citv in Central New York which is famous for being the situation of Cornell TThlversitv. will be the scene ot rour Dig rmi nf football this season. Many Buf falrtntflTia are interested In Cornell The table of games follows: ; j October 21 Cornell-Lehlgn. t October 28 Cornell-Princeton. November 11 Cornell-Lafayette. November IS Cornell-Oberftn. Of course October 28 will be the banner Aav onrt If the defenders or ine Tea anu white whin the men of old "Nassau," Cor nell my feel justly proud. The games with the smaller, colleges will also De rast ana crnod snort. . A a -narh Woodruff of Pennsr says, "The Cornell boy are saying little but are Industriously sawing wood on the Ithaca hills," and they will give a good account of themselves in the combat with Princeton. The defeat by Chicago Is being taken with, the Hnlrlt of true sportsmen and tne noys are working at practice with mdre vigor than ever. 1 For the aames scheduled above the- Lehigh Talley announces that a special rate of S4.40 for the round trip win be maae irom uunaio. Return tickets good on the day after the game. i . COACH PIERCE. Bemus Pierce has proved himself Just the man to coach U. of B. The players are delighted with his work and the rooters who get to the field to watch the practice are wild over the stalwart Indian. ', Pierce weighs 207 pounds but is as agile as a featherweight boxer. He is tall, broad snouioerea ana model of physical strength. He wears bright red sweater at practice anu maxes one think of the ideal red man, the hero of Cooper's leather stocking tales. , ! The new coach put he team through two hours of hard practice with, the Masten Park team yesterday afternoon and when tne boys got through they had learned some Important things a boat football. Pierce pounded one fact nome wnicn is good. He said: "Get the plays you have nerfectly. If you only have : six plays and have them perfectly It Is much better than if you had' fifty and played them poorlyi"The Indian gets right into the game and watches every move. He doesn't hesitate to com mend when commendation is deserved, i "Deacon" DeCue was In his place at quar ter yesterday afternoon and played with his usual snap, t was good to hear the familiar voice shouting the signals, i Harrison was tried at right half, Gordon and Cursons play ing the other backs. "Gordon did fine work. l The game - with Case School of Applied Science, which Is scheduled for Saturday, is bound to be a hummer. Buffalo ought to be fairly well saturated with Pierce's methods 6y that time and doubtless his efforts will bear the fruit of a -victory. Buffalo has beaten Case before and ought to again. i MEDINA 6. ALBION 0. SDeclal to The Commercial: Medina, Oct- 1& Fullback Green and Halfback Goodwin were the particular stars la yesterday football game between the local punters and the representatives of Albion. During the first half neither side scored and tne crowd, which wag good sized, grew rest less. It was a series of hard acrlmages In which a victim was knocked oat nearly every down. - End plays were scarce, and, consequently, the playing was rough ' indeed. The visitors were a trifle the heavier, but lacked the speed of tbe locals. In the second half both sides grew desperate and fought viciously, Medina forcing the Albion down the field eiowlybut surely, .often losing tne ball and downs but gaining it again on the same. Finally, A fumble by Albion allowed Goodwin to get through and make a touch down after a good rca of forty yards. Some excellent tackling was done by Green. Score: Medina 4 Albion O. 'f ' - ' :j r -. ' " ' i NEW SCHEDULE FOR GOWANDA. Special to The Commercial: ! I Gowanda, Oct. 18. Owing to the good showing made by the 'Gowanda football eleven their schedule has been rearranged. All ; light elevena have i been' taken off the schedule and heavier ones substituted. The present schedule is aa follows: i October 21 Dunkirk at Gowanda. , ! October 2S Blmwoods at Gbwanda. ' Nov. 1-Open.l ! :: j ' November 4 Oakdales at Gowanda. November. 11-Sprlngvllle at Gowanda. : November 18-Gowanda at North Tona-wanda. M ; f November 25 North : ; Tonawanda at Go wanda. I November 30Open. 'I The two open dates are left for any elevens in Western New York who can play here on those days. .. j M. P. H. S. WILL PLAT X. T. II. 8. A dispatch to the Commercial- from-North Tonawanda states that It Is now certain that Masten Park and North Tonawanda high schools will play football at Buffalo, October 28. These teams played a tie game last Saturday and ,the! second struggle must decide which team Is to play the champion of the eastern division in the championship series for the interscholastic cup. ; j Masten Park ought to win. Her eleven is composed of some of the best players who ever played on a Buffalo high school team. The Masten Park boys get put for practice every afternoon with the University of. Buffalo and get the benefit of fast playj They play well.- i , :j , j On the Monday following the tie at Tonawanda Principal Foedlck of Masten Park attended a meeting of the athletic association and spoke forcibly on the' subject of football. Mr. Fosdick takes a very strong interest In the football team and Is justly proud of his boys. He is a great admirer of the noble sport. Mr. Fosdick was In favor of securing the services of a good coah and it was the opinion of all that that was just what Masten Park neeled. Offers were made to Coach Pierce of U. of B. to coach Masten Park an hour before the university men came to the field. The Indian accepted and Masten Park will reap the benefit of the coming of the red man. A better! coach they cquIA not have In Western New York with the exception of Hinkey of Yale and the U. of B. boys think they hare found even his equal. NOTES. A heavy eleven has been organized In Sil ver Creek.: The management Is anxious to make arrangements for games. The second Oakdales meet Masten Park's second team this afternoon. It is said that several changes have been made in the line up of the team of the North Tonawanda high school. Ooaeh Haughton of Cornell thinks that his team will giye the Tigers a hard battle if not a defeat on the 28th. i Oo. O. of Bradford defeated tne Jamestown high school team by a score of lr-to 0. PROPOSALS for furnishing supplies for the Erie County Penitentiary and the Erie County Almshouse for the months of November and December will be received by the Committee on Supplies of the. Board of Supervisors at the office of the Olerk of the Board, Room 36,,. City and County Hall, on or before ; Monday, October 23rd, 1890, at 1.00 p. m., at which time bids will be opened. A certified check or a bond for tbe full amount of the bid must accompany each bid, else same will not be considered. . Specifications on file at 86. City and County Halt ! NEIL NKILSON, Chairman. LOUIS ROEDEL, Secretary. i !iTYCLERK'S OFFIOH," " Room Jto. 4, City and Qounty Hall, i Buffalo, Oct, 14, 1890. I, Frank W. Gethoefer, CJty Clerk, do hereby certify that at a session of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Buffalo, held Mon day, Oct.! 9, 1890, 'an ordinance,' of which the following Is a correct copy, was duly: adopted, and that the: game was duly ap-i proved by the Board of Qouncllmen at a. session thereof held Oct, 11, 1899, Ylz.: Resolved, That Chapter XXV. of the Ordi nances of the City of Buffalo be amended by adding thereto the following: Sec. 155. No person owning or having the care, custody or charge or any dog snail permit such : dog, whether In the company of any person or not, to be upon the streets or upon or In any of the public places of the City of Buffalo, unless such dog shall be muzzled in a manner fit and sufficient to keep such dog from, biting. Any person owning or having the care, custody or charge of any dog shall, when such. dog is not in the immediate charge of some person, keep said dog muszled or f securely fastened In a place and In a manner sufficient to keep said dog from biting any person entering upon or leaving the, premises whereon said dog is kept. Any person violating a'ny of the provisions of this section shall be pun ished by a fine not less than $25 nor more than S100. : And it shall be in the power of the Board of Health of City of Buffalo to exempt cer tain months in tbe year when a dog need not be murzled, If they deem It advisable to do so. FRANK W. GETHOEFER, ; i OUy Clerk. Oct, 14 Tt M NOTICD TO DRElTrORS. : PURSUANT to as order of Hon. Louis W. Marcus, Surrogate of Erie County, N. Y., nor tics Is hereby given : to all persons bavins claims or demands against Peter P. Valentine, late of the Oity of Buffalo, In said county, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same with tbe vouchers thereof to the undersigned, John Valentine, the executor of the last will and testament of the Bald deceased, at the place of business of the said executor. No. Ill Niagara street. In the City of Buffalo, in said county,: on or before the 1st day of Feb ruary, lfOO. Dated the 26th day of July, 1899. j JOHN VALENTINE, ' ; j' ' Bxecutor. s HUMPHREY, LOOKWOOD, HOYT, GREENE) ge YrDOMANS, Attorneys for Executor, 1004-1007 D.: Morgan building, Bnffalo, N. Y, INlBArKRUPTCY7Nbri544; " IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE United States, for the Northern District of New York. In the Matter of Charles F. Chouffet, bank-rnpt. i To the Creditors of Charles F. Chouffet. of Buffalo, in the County of Erie, and District aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice Is hereby given, that on the 19th day of September, 1869, the said Charles F. Chouffet, was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of bis creditors will ba held at the Bankruptcy Court Room, In the City Bank Building, 319 Main street, Bnffalo, N. Y., on the 6th day .of November A. D., 1899, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, at which time the said i creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, px amine the: bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. : Dated. October I6th. 1899. WILLIAM H. HOTCHKISS, 1 Referee In Bankruptcy. GEORGE N. FRAZINE. Attorney for Bankrupt, 902-904 Mutnal Life Bnlldlng, Buffalo, N. Y. . j INlBXNKRUPTCYrNO. 1643. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE United States, for the Northern District of New York. - I To the Creditors of Cecil W. Mackenzie: This is to give notice that on the 13th day of October, 1899, at Buffalo, N. Y., in said district, one Cecil W. Mackenzie was on his 1 own petition adjudged a bankrupt, and that tbe first meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt, for the purpose of filing and establishing their claims, for choosing a trustee for his estate, for examining the said bankrupt on oath, and for the transaction of such other business as can lawfully come before such meeting, will be held before the undersigned referee at the Bankruptcy Court Boom In the City IBank Building. 319 Main street, Buffalo, on tha 90th day of October, 1899. at 11 o'clock 4m. Claims dnly verified as provided by Sec tton 57 of the laws of 1898, may be mailed to, or filed with the undersigned prior to such meeting. , Dated, Buffalo X. Y., Oct 14, 1899. WILLIAM H. HOTCHKISS, : I . Referee in Bankruptcy.; WILLARD W. 8APERSTON. I Attorney for Petitioner. 210 Pearl street. . Buffalo N, Y BAILBOAD TIME TABLES. I Ak A. ) mm TRUNK LINE OF AMERICA SPECIAL DELIVERY. BAQOAOF CHECKED FROM RESIDENCE TO ,i RESIDENCE AT DESTINATION. .OOA-M. Dailr, ' "Ttlbnle Limited, ' ' for Hor-relUvllle, Osrnlnn, EUnlra, Waverly, Binshamton, Oweiro, arriving- in Ne Tork 7.00 p. m- Pullman Parlor Buffet cars. . 8 . 1 0 A.M. Dallr, stopping at aU atattocc between Attica and HornellaTUle, coanottn tor OornWfc Elm Ira, BlnjthamtoD and New York. 8. iOP. M. Dall-r : w York Special ; eoUd yesti-We train, elegant PiuitDan Sleeping- cars aod day coach. Arrive New York at 8. 00 a.m. TO LOCAL POINTS EAST. " 7. SO A. M. Except Sunday, accommodation for Zatavla, Avon, Scoheatar, Bath. lO.i&A.M. Sunday only; A Wca Accomraodat' n. - 2.30 P.M. Except Sunday, accommodation, for Attica, Bataria, Avon, Bocheater, Bath. 4.00 P.M. Dally; Homeuavll'ie Accommodation, counecting with (net train to N.Y. at HornellarUla. . 0.O5 P.M. Except Sunday: Aoooaaroodatlon tot Attica, bat via, Avon, Bochcatm. 11.80P-M. Except Sunday. Attica Aocomm'n. - CHAUTAUQUA LAKE AND; THE WE8T. ' 8.80 A.M. Dally for Bradford, J ameatown and all points wett. i 2.0O P.M. ! Dally, for Bradford, Jameatown, Cambridge Sprlnm, Youngrstown, Chicago, Cincinnati, and all points Weat Pullman sleeping oar. 4.80 P.M. Dally, except Sunday; Jamestown and Meartrdie. 6.00 P. M. Except Sunday: Salamanca Accommodation connecting for tradiord. Olsan and 8.20 P.M. Dally, Aecomiaodatloa for Jamestown. : -"fflAGAHA FAIJ.S. Trains leave Buffalo for Niagara Kails at IS. IB a. m. dally, 7.16 a. m. dally, 11. an a. in. Sunday, only; 1.00 p. xa. dully except Sunday. 2.00 p. m. dailr, 8.15 p. mx. daily. 8.E0 p. m. dally. , Trains for Toronto at 7.15 a. in dally and 1.00 dallv eTrnt W"de,v. CT.TK TICKET OFFICE, 809 Main St, OtlUoott Square) O. E. CHASE? Olty Ticket Art Tele- Sbone, Seneoa 896. Barrage checked from real-enee to destination. D. I. ROBERTS, H. T. JAEOEB, Oen. Pass. A art.. Gen. Airt., Paee. Dept. New York. Buffalo. N.Y. Delaware, Lackawantri & Western R.ft. TICKET OFFICES, Mam St., Elllcott Square I Tele- phone. Seneca eoi. union xtcEet umee, i j&au sc., ana station foot ot Main St. . In effect April 80, 1899. liTjofalt'lr.Babls flew York and Philadelphia Exprees. ffe-rajittm AmnmmodatlOB S.S5 AM '1J.56 AM ft 1M am t ru Manhattan Special, Kw York aad Philadelphia..... New York Expreaa. Hew York Limited heir York ind Philadelphia 8pecUI... . AM I &oo ra 1L AM A 90 TH S.1 ru 10.S0 TH 7.46 AM T.IM AM Dally, i i Pally, except SundAy. Trains 1.23 A. and t-M A. M. to Phlladaltua art dally, axcapt Sundejr. i Michigan Central " The Niagara Falls Route." Trains leave and arrive Exchange Btreet Depot. EASTERN STANDARD (CITY) T1MH. TICKET OFFICKS -819 Main Street, Telephone, Seneoa on. m nam Btreet, and Exchange Btreet Depot. -"A. XVA In effect Oct. 10, low. Lv.BuffaU ir JuAila New York and Detroit Bpeclal (.36 am M1.10 ru Bontoa. K. Y. Chicago 8peclal ll,05 AM l.M AM Mall and Acot-nimodatioa...,,.. t 6.00 am t 7.66 PM Fast Western" Express 6.a0 am 7.H am American Ezprera I JW am I t.BO Pacific and Atlantic Kipreaa. .50 tm 8 JO rm Niagara and St. Catharines Eipresa t i.Zi rm tio.ta am In connection with Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo and Canadian Pacific R'yt. ' Hamilton Toronto Kxprea. 7.46 am 1JSS am Hamilton Toronto F.ipraas t 1.00 PMlflt.40 PM Toronto & Montreal Express. t.dts rl . PM 'Daily. t Except Sunday. I Except Monday" Pennsylvania Railroad Northern Central Hallway. yOR PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE. WABHINa TDK AND THE bUUIB. On and after June IS, 1899, trains leave BTTl tFALO, Net York Oentral Station, via Oenandaiua, 0( A.M. Week-daya tor Watklns, Klmlra, rx-OO Wlllameport, Harrteburg;, Philadelphia, 14ew York, Baltimore, and Washington. Bullet par lor car Eocheater to Philadelphia. Pullman sleep Ing oar Harxleburg' to Washington, :Q Ofl A- . Week-daya, for Penn Tn, Wat-;0 C.J kins, Elm Ira. 'yilUapisport, Harrtsburff, iFhiiadelplda, and ew York. Fnllman sleeping oej Harrlsburg to Kew York. iQ "I f P. M. Week-days, accommodation for) ' -a. v Aixaira, ana mtermeaiate stationa. Ar- 1 Tea Elmira R. An u. m. ;FL T CP. H. EaUy, for Watklns, Elmira, Wll. tJ. X J Hams port, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia. Kew fork. Baltimore, and Washington. Pullman buf?e nan sleeping car Rochester to Philadelphia di Bleenln: car Dertnsana ncxets soia aiacxeto: ce.i so. ao7 aln Street. Elllcott fiotura. Buflalow ,k HTJTCHINSblT, - J. B. WOOD, ' tteneral Manager. Jn. Faae, Art S. . J BASKB. jP aas. Art. BulIiloDlst i WESTERN NEW YORK & ; PENNSYLVANIA RY. Trains leave N. Y. O. H. B. K. StaCop, Exohange HHreet, on Kastern Standard time, as follows : I 8.20 A. M. suvor Creek Accommodation, dally. topping as an ... . ; 8.80 A. M. -Day Express i dally exoeptf unctaT, f :Jas Aurora, Clean, Bradford, Smethport, Couders-iMTti Austin, Lock haven and wllUamsport. x i k p m . FY.r rast Aurora and Intermediate iartaUons daly except eunday. I 8.00 P. M.-SUver Cre'i Accommodation, dally; exce inooa. 8r 8P P- .-Philadelphia Bxpresa . JBangT V ftocea. IDT rtimv aiuius, jwou, . - ... nany, iLocxcareu. I 8.65 daily, except Son- day. for Dunkirk, Maynlle, Jamestown, Oorry, Meadvllle. TltnsTille and Oil Oity, it on p M lnan Aeaommodatton. daily, stoss ! king af all stations. ! (j 85 P- M. EastAurora Accommodation, daily, ; ajxeept Sunday, stopping at all stations. : lO.tS P. M. Plttebarg Expreea, daily, solid trala wuh Pullman sleeping cars between Buffalo and IfaJ 'P. M. For Klma and Kast Aurora, stop- Mq2 at intermediate stationa dally except Sunday. , j q An P.M. East Aurora Special, Sunday enly. i 'Sunday train at M. vo A. M. lor Oleajn. Bradforil iand intermediate stationa. j 3. A. FELLOWS. Oen. Passenger Agent. sV ! SELL, Oen(ral Buperln ten dent. I General Offlees Mooney A Briibsns Boil ding. ! ' Ticket Offices No. 877 Main Street, corner Eagle ttreet, O. W. Miller, Agent Olty Office, No. 285 tain street t. D. McDonald. Agent i Union Station, . H. Blood. Agent Buffalo, Roch.& Pittsburg RAILWAY. : Trains leave New York Central Depot; Xxehang' t, (Eastern Standard Time) as follows: Q 1 k A. M. WeekCdaya; Salamanca and Brad, U. lt ford Express, stopping at all stations between Buffalo Punzsutawney and Oleaxfleld. Q A rt A. M. Dally except Sunday. Plttebarg ex-x tj prese. Fast veetlbole express with tree re-' cllnlBr chair car and cafe car (or HpringrtUe, brad-fordRidgway-, Dubois, Paoxautawney, Butter and IQ I C P. M. Dally; SpringvUle Accommodation 'fO.XO stops at ail stationa. 'i5 ztfi?- Week days; Salamanca and Brad-J.VJ ford Expreea for Orchard Park, Golden. ' fcprlngvllle, Elllcott vllie, Salamanca and Bradtord. Fif A. M. Sunday only; Bradford and Pitta-' Cp.tJXJ burgh Expreea; stops at all stations between Bnffalo and Bradford. . - , 'City Ticket Office. 305 Main St., Eliloott Sqoare. Telephone Seneca 2i3. , T. V. TUXISON. ZDWABD O. IiAPVT Agtsi, aneral Pass. A, Hi. LEHIGH VALLEY R. R. Tradaa leave aad emv Station Wa-sbingrton and Bcott Streets . Ir.BuTals tW ' OorrecCed to July 17, ltst. U. !lT.BttIxl 5 55 rK'Ithaca Aocom modat ion 135 fm S. Y. 4t rnlla. Vettibule Umited. .. ra BLACK DIAMOND XPlLEiS... t!0 30 All Cienera Accommodation.. U.6ir;N. Y. Philadelphia Might Exp. iii am New York Vestibule Limited ! 7.4 AX I 30 AC tit-ievx t 4 oo rx 7. r 7 64 aji Mew York Philadelphia Bpeclal lo.u rx ... A 30 AH ... tU) AX ...IflO.ti All ... LOO rx ..It .oo rx - S. IX:-. tit. 'jri, t.o rx t AM rx 1 10 rx 10.00 fx : Toronto and The West, .no.00 rx So. due Hew York 1.08 P. xt. Phlla. 7. It P. M. Co-xxctiox due at Balto. .M P. M., Waahlneton IS 90 p. xt. Black Diaxovd Exrxxss da Kew York 10.0S P. IL, Philadelphia ts P. M. Mo. a due Hew York AOS A. XL. FUtadetpnU 7 t A. M. Coxxscnox due at Baltimore tlkiA p. XL, Waablastoa No dtf Xbw Vcxk 1 3S I X.. Philadelphia B.54 AM. Con-xxcTiox due Baltimore tlx to P. M-, Waahtngtoa tl.sO I'M. Daily. t IMJiv. except Sundar. nC'EET OmtESita Main street (cor. Beneea). 'Pbooe. Seneca xS: 77 Mam Htreet 'Phone. Seneca 131; Station. Washington and acott streets, 'Phone, Menace 1410. - u i r i M pittahnrff Kxnraaa : aaur ror Anmaxvs. JtfayrUle, Jamestown. Corry, Meadvlule, Tltusrllle, ClI City, Franklin. Kltiaunuig aoa Pittsburg. : iEnt tTutn P.nffuln and Pittsburg with narlor oar. RAILKOAD TLMC TABXJCS. CWJILLER UNION RAILWAY TICKET OFFICE. Main., cor. Earl at - Tel. S,-13ia Bapqsae checked direct to aestinatieia. Cart. Irg. Moving, Carnage-, - Coapee, eta HnronSt Stable open all night Tel. 8, 435. , ' Now Is the. Time to go VAest Special one way rates are bow In effect ais foUowiS St. Paul and Mlnneacoiis CIO. SO 1st Glass, 9-1 T.OO ad Glass . Eaneas Olty. , i : St. Joseph ' J ! SJ- " 18.00 " " , ban ranciaoo or Lcs Angeles TO.SO " ' 58.00 " t"lOOO-MIUE TICKETS S20.00. Full Information at CITY TICKET OFFICE, : 183 Main St. (Elllcott Square Buildings J. D. McDONALO, Chy Ptasenger and Ticket Agant NEW YORE Antral V S- i, HUDSON RIVER R. RJ ' THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.1 Trains leave from and arrive at Exchange Street s'atlon. Bnffalo, asiollowst i Leave. Arrive. - L 30 a. m. .New Tork Boston 68 p-m. t4.63 a. m.........Day Express til. 80p.m.' t). 00 a. m. Aocommodatton ....... ef.48B.aa.' 7. 24 a. m. . . .Eoatbwestern Limited. . . ,11.40 P- m. 8.00 a.m. . .Lake Snore Limited.. .....4. 18 a.m. 1. .Eastern Express 4. 13 p-m. . Accommodation. tl 4. 45 p. aa. Aocommodatlos 9. 10 a m. .IlB9lre State Kxprsas .... H.48 p. DA. ..New York Express 1 0.1 8p.m. ' : 9.00a.m..., 1 & 20 a.m... 11.60 a.m... ; 1.00 p.m... !,. 8. 88 p.m. .. Geneva Aocommodatton. .tl 0.18 a.m. 0.10 p.m ..Accommodation........ to.iob.xb. i ....... ....... .N. Y. and Detroit Special. ... 8.88s,m. I 6. 50 p. m.. .'..Kew York Express 00 a. ra, j "8.00 p.m... .Pan-American Express.... 7. 88a.m. ' fi AO n m Ttiiffaln A RV weat Snjulal -7.Alla.n. 111. 30 p.m Limited Fast Mad 7. 80 B-m. AoocBunodatloa 110.80 1 Trains to Niagara Ealla, 0.90, 6-85, 8.00, i9.O0, -10.95 a. m.. na.20. '1.0 S.OO. 8.0, ' 14.80, 4.00, -0.80, I7.W HI T1A.4 p. m. To Lockport 165, 9.10, tlLOO a.m. 1 tx.40, B. 00, 6.80. til: rSO p. m. In die tea dally: tDally except 6andayi tSsmdays) only. For rail or rean steamship tickets and reaerva llns or iniormation regarding Tbomss Oook A Son, Benry Gere A hone, orTtaymond Wbltcomb Tonra, apply at City Ticket Offloe, 219 Main strews. (Telephone Seneoa MSA.) Ticket Offloei also at 87? 'Main street, corner Eagle, and Exchange Street iStatton. Baggage called tor and checked through to destination. B. A. THOMAS, District Passenger Agat, 811 Main Street OKO. H. DANIELS. H. PABET, uen l faasenger Agent, usnmi Utgt New York. xmnaio, xi, a, : WEST-rSHQRlQ -RAILROAD In effect Sept 07. 1890. Trains leave New York Oentral Depot, XMbang Btrett (Eestqrn Standard Time), sa follows: "J. 6 5 A. XL. Boston and Mew Xora JEspreejr due New York U. 00 p.m. ' 7.O0 A.M. Local, day: due N. Y. 11.80 p.m. 4.QS P. M.Natlonal Express, daily exoapi Sh if. due New York 6. 46? a. m. 'da. Ida w.5P M. Newark local, daily, except Sunday. r.-au Atlantic rtxpress, aaiiy ; aieeping oars Bufialo to New York and Bostons due New York at 7.50 a.m. : Trains arrive from the East at 8.88, 7.68 anal 9.30 a. m.': 12.4S, 6.30 and 13 midnight. JO and la miamgnt. and Suspension Bridge, 6. 09 ror magara jraus a w. ....It im M m. ... - :.i a . ii - i in. 1 From Niagara Falls at 7. OB p.m. : City Offlces-819 and 877 MaliStreet ' Agents of Weseott Express Company are on aU through New York trains to check baggage and aa. gae cab or carriage, etc. 1 H. A. THOJaAt, Dlrtrlst Passanger Agent, 81 H. FABRY, General Agent O. B. LAMBBKT, Gen'l Paseengpr pr Aa-ens. UmvmY EASTERE Arrive. . A Peerless Trio ot Fast Through Ex IBS kit press Trains dally. Palace Buffet Sleeping Can. Boparb dning Oars. Sleeping cars open at 9.00 p. m. Trains arrive and depart from nne gamoio pe. pot Exohangaand Michigan Bta, Olty Ticket Offioa, 291 Mainfit, Eilloott.auare. TeL 217 Seneoa. For tickets, sleeping-car eecomrnodations and checking of baggage from residence to destination, call at City Ticket Ofnce, da MAln Btreet Telephone, Seneoa tL DEPART. 1A00 Ngt. . 4.90 A. a.. 8.10 A. M.. laAarxour nTAHOAjto inuti ... ARBTVm. .. Pittsburg and Chicago n.0 A. K, ...... Lake Shore Umited 1.0 A. it. .Chlcago Express. 7.50 A. M. X4.S0A.5. Liey upi ies ......... ...Fast Kail 1 7.60 A. M. .Southwestern Express...., L2PP. M Pa. Etj N. Y Q Boa. Ex.. H.30 P. M. ....Weetfleid Aeeetn. t5.46P. M . ....... Erie Accom. 7.B5P. it Fast Mall Lira. 11.60 P. M. Cincinnati and St Loots... Toledo and Bo. Accom . tM p. XL. ASO P. M. . 3.00 P. M. 126 A. M. tlA4S P. M. ILIO P. E 7.UA.K. tt-W P. 14. Daily, t Daily, ex. Sunday. x Dally, ex. Monday. TRAIN Nn 51 8t Louis & .Ohloo inAin no. O, vestibule Llmltea. ' ! Leaves Buffalo dally 7.15 A. M., via Niagara Palls, a solid vestjbuled train to Chicago: dtnlng oari Wagner sleeping oars Chicago and 8t Louis through tree, recllnlng-chair cars. St Loula. 0ht cago, Kansas tTlty. ;TRAIN Ito. 5, PMdf nd Ch,oairo i : Leaves Buffelo dally at t P. M-, Wagner nieeiilug ,Cars and free reollnlng-chair cars. Arrives at Xe-trait at 10 P. M.. Chicago 7 A.M. , (TRAIN Nn Q 8t. Louis and Kan-innin no. a, sa8 Cty Fast m&ii. , : Leaves Buffalo dally H.8Q P. M. Wagner slews. ir Chicago; Wagner sleeper Kansas City via St lOnis. Reclining chair car Kansas City via Bt "uis. Arrives Detroit 2.40 A. M., Chicago .10.55 A. vf., bt L-)uls 2.UO P. M., KAnaaaCGy 6.80 P. M. , Omaha T.H A. M. All space i4 sleepars on sale at Buffalo City Ticket OtSce. TRAIN NO. 1, Limltedr! " I Leaves Buffalo dally at 12.1 B midnight arriving !at Detroit at 7 A- M-, Chicago 2 35 P. M., Bt Lcmis ,6.50 P. M . Kansas Oity 7 A. M. - Free reclinlng-chalr car and Detrott sleeper ; placed 'ns'a'4on and ready fc t occupancy any tux after R.OO P. M. : All Trains run na Nltara Falls and ft. Thomas. Trains arrive from the West at 6.16 A, M.r 7.40 A. M. and 7 00 P. M., 7.65 P. M. For information relative to routes, rates, sleeptng- ear reservations, apply Olty Ticket Office, 887 Main, .Elllcott Square: Miller's Union Ticket Offloei Ws- 'J. M. HOFFNER, City Pass, and Ticket Agent oaau station, j&xcnantfe ana Aiicnuran. O. 8. CRAKE, tl. P. A.. St. Loula. Mo. it. x. x.r.x.x.i'.x, uen. &gt. rase. J. RAMSEY. Jr., Vics-Prea. and Oen' 1 Manager, 6:. M ... . IN BAXKRCPTCT. NO.-1131. IN THE : DISTRICT COURT I OF THB : United SUtea, for the Northern District I of New York. - v ' i , : In the Matter of George Scboemba, bank-nipt. ' - -T To the Creditor", of Georjte Schoemba of ; Buffalo, In the County of Erie and District . j aforesaid, a. bankrupt: r " ' i Kotiotf la hereby giveh that on the 27th J -day of May, 1899, the said George Schoembe, -was dnly adjudicated bankrnpt; that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at ' the referee's office In bankruptcy for Erie County, In tbe City Bank Building, No. 315 Main street, Bnffalo, S. Y., on the 25tk' day of October, 1889, at eleven o'clock la tbe forenoon, at which time the said creditors, -may attend, prove their claims, appoint A : trustee. - examine tbe bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly ' come before said -meeting. " -f ; Buffalo, X. T- October 16th. ISflB. ; WIIJJAM U. HOTCHKISS, Referee in Bankruptcy. FITZGERALD ft DHAN, ; i i Attorney for 3aaJuV.,ttt!lllM! '

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