The Michigan Central Railroad oom, pany reo iitly issned an order authorizing bicyoles to be carried as baggage. There are certaiu conditioDS, however. These are bells, lamps, tooi bags, and any other attaohmeut must be removed or the owner of the wheel must sign a release relieving tbe the railroad of all responsibility in oase the baggage man at the station or on the train sees fit to smash or appropriate any or all of these attachments There is also an exoeption in regard to tandems. Baggage will be charged on those unless there are two persons and two tiokets to each tandem. It is also ordered that to all points outside of Michigan baggage charges shall be made for carryiug of wheels. Evidently the company intends to do all it can to persuade its patrons to leave their wheels at home.