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CARE OF THE INSANE.
REFORMS INSTITUTED BY THE STATE
COMMISSION IN LUNACY.
A SCIKNTIFIC DIET OK WELL-COOKED FOOD-OPT
DOOK WOKK FOR PATIENTS-DOING
AWAY WITH TOBACCO-<XFmsM
CIT DOWN.
?jrnoM tub iif.gci.ak OOBSSBSMSSSS or mr. tsibcne.
Albany, Nov. ML?Thc philanthropic men and
women who. by years of agitation, destroyed tbe
inhuman system of imprisoning hundreds of the
Insane poor of the State In county almshouses will
be glad to know that the "State care" system ls
now in successful operation. All of the Insane
poor In the county almshouses, except those In the
County of Queens, have now been removed to the
State hospitals for the Insane, and those hospitals
now contain aa liliane population of &.700 persons.
There aire 8.&00 insane men and women In the
asylums of Kings and New-York counties; si Hint
the total Insane p.,-miali.,n of the State in the
State asylums is about 17.".on.
It was upon October 1 of the present year that
the "State caro" system vent into full operation
by the State SSSSSBtBg the financial responsibility
for the support of all Its insane poor except ttaooe
of Kings and New-York counties. This responsi?
bility is a great one, because lt Imposes upon tIn?
state the duty of raising Jl.iiOO.OOO for the support
of the Insane poor, and then of economically ex?
pending this large sum. The members of the Legis?
lature and the Governor were naturally unwilling
that Mich a large amount of money as Q^S0,SM
should be put In the hands of the hospital trustees
Without some State authority being established to
Bee that the money was wisely spent. Accordingly
the State Commission In Lunacy were empowered
to audit estimates to lie monthly submitted to them
by the hospital trustees as to their needs for the
succeeding month. The members of this com?
mission are Dr. Carlos F. MacDonald. Goodwin
Brown and Henry A. Reeves, Not a dollar of the
$1,300,000 can be used to pay hospital expenses
without their consent flrst being obtained, Sub?
stantially they nre members of the State Finance
Board, which supervises the expenditure of every
penny appropriated for the support of the State
hospitals.
The work already done by Dr. MacDonald, Mr.
Brown and Mr. Reeves as a financial board is
Of a highly Interesting character. With the aim
of learning precisely what amount of food is needed
for the maintenance in good health of an insane
patient they requested Dr. Austin Flint, professor
of physiology and physiological anatomy In the
Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New-York,
to Btate to them what articles of food and
their amount each person requires to sustain
life. They further stated that they desired
each insane patient to have "a generous diet."
Dr. Flint made a careful report in response
to this request. He recommended among other
things that good cooks should be hired for each
of the hospitals. "Skilful cooking," he says In his
report, "not alone contributes much to the com?
fort and well being of patients, but, by reducing
waste of material to the minimum, is an Important
element in economical administration. I do not
mike the statement merely upon general grounds.
In 1887 I was appointed by the Commissioners of
Public Charities and Correction of the City of New
York to inspect the methods of cooking and serv?
ing food to the inmates, numbering then more
than 10,000, of the Institutions under their charge.
After a careful inspection, as requested, I proposed
certain changes in the dietaries, and at my sug?
gestion an accomplished professional cook, at a
liberal salary, was put In charge of the kitchens
at Bellevue Hospital. As a result of this, not only
did the cook save to the institution the sum of
his salary, but the ev-st of maintenance of the
patients per capita was materially reduced. At
that time the number of patients In bellevue
Hospital was between 500 and 600. I suggest at
the beginning that a thoroughly competent male cook
be put In charge of the kitchens In all institu?
tions with OOO or more Inmates, and that he be
required to personally supervise all the cooking,
and not the cooking for the medical staff only.
While it may be proper to provide for ordinary
paupers and criminals little more than enough tu
keep them in fair physical condition, the insane
poor, though a charge upon the State, should re?
ceive better consideration. Again, a most im?
portant part of the treatment of the insane relates
to general nutrition, and many patients suffering
from mental diseases require a great abundance
of nutritious food, which contributes very largely
to their cure, and thereby tends to relieve the State
from their care and maintenance for a long
period." Writing in the line of this suggestion, Dr.
Flint recommended the following quantities of sup?
plies for 100 persons for thirty days:
"Sent, willi hone, including aalt meat, fresh and
sailed fish, and poultry (It).2,250
Flour imny hr in part substituted by cornmeal and
iiiiiecaroni) M?.3.IHJO
Potntoes in.i.MCS
Milk tonartsi. 7.V)
Ebbs pAeaeot.?. 4itt
fSiiK.-.r (thi. 4211
Putter (lb). 42-1
<*hee*e dbl. 4211
Ric* (lb). MS
Hominy (lb). los
Oatmeal Ubi. 10*
Coffee iib). 21."i
Tea llb). 2d
Mootra, MacDonald, l!rown am Re?v*s, armed
with this report, were able to audit with Intelli
gence the estimates of the sui*erintendents of the
eight State hospitals. Some of the hospitals were
buying an excessive quantity of food; others not
Suite sufficient. These estimates were equalized,
snd each hospital was put upon the same basis.
Speaking of this matter yesterday Goodwin
Brown said: "The Insane patients in every hos?
pital will now get equally good food and an
equally large quantity of lt. Moreover, they re?
ceive the same scientific medical treatment. It
will be Immaterial to the friends of an Insane
-patient as to which one of the hospitals shall re?
ceive the afnicted parson. Formerly there waa
great inequality between the hospitals. The acute
cases were packed off to Willard Asylum, while
those cases which were thought to be curable
were sent to hospitals where they were better fed
ond received better medical care. Now every hos?
pital will enjoy the same standard of good care of
Its patients.
"The Coiamlssloners in Lunacy are aiming to re?
duce the expense of maintaining the hospitals
without in any way lowering the character of the
care they gie* to patients. With this aim they
suggested to the eight superintendents of the hos?
pitals that they should appoint from their num?
ber a committee of three to buy the staple supplies
of the Institutions in their care; namely, coal,
wood, groceries, flour, sugar, etc. This Committee
on Supplies advertised for proposals for the large
quantity of such* articles needed by the hospitals
yearly. Instead of each hospital advertising sepa?
rately as formerly, and thus in open competition
secured moat excellent terms for the State. The
State hospitals thus in future will buy by whole?
sale, Instead of, as it were, by retail. Having a pop?
ulation of 8.700 persons to feed, the Committee on
Supplies can make big purchases at low rates,
and as the State pays cash, exceptionally low
rates have been obtained. The hospitals consume
250 tons of sugar a year and 560 barrels of flour a
iron th."
In the courae of the month of October the Com
mlssloners in Lunacy cut down the estimates $55
000; and for the month of November they have cut
them down $35,000. Dr. MacDonald thinks that
further great economies can be made. "We are
enforcing a policy." he said, "of having the In?
mates of the insane asylums make all their own
clothing. The inmatea of New-York's asylum on
Blackwell's Island do so, and it la perfectly feasi?
ble In all the State hospitals. All farm work
also ousrht to be done by the inmates of the hos?
pitals It aili be good for the health of the pa?
tton's to have them work out of doors. All the
vegetables and farm products, hay and the like,
thus can be raise.! by the Inmates of the hos?
pitals, and large sums saved. The Inmates of the
hospitals also ought to make the mattresses of
theos lnetltutlona We are gradually substituting
bair mattresses for the old straw ones."
One of the novel reforms which the Commis?
sioners In Lunacy have started out to bring about
ls tho disuse of tobacco in any form in the hos
pttala Speaking of thle matter yesterday, ?_>,
MacDonald said: "It ls highly unwise to give in?
sane patients, who sre a peculiarly nervous elane
of people, tobacco either to chew or to smoke. We
found upon investigation that the supplying of
tobacco to the Inmates of the hospitals waa coat?
ing ths State the lanie sum of $15,000 annually.
Bat that eras not the worst of lt; the health of
tho patients ls seriously affected, snd when amok
las I* permitted there ia danger of fire. One hoa
pllal has had. four fires in the last year. all. there
lo reason to think, the result of tob-o ->. There
lo so da-ger to the health of the patients in sud?
denly depriving thom of thttr tobacco. Why, oa
Ward's Island thara aro 2,000 men patients who
fesss not used tobacco In aay fenn sine* UTI, oad
(har sta ts nsoelle-l health. Wo have, therefore, -J
refused to allow any money in the hospital esti?
mates for the use of tobacco."
Still another reform which has already been ac?
complished by the Commissioners In Lunacy ls the
cutting off from the State's hospitable table of a
large number of relatives of officers of the St-it.
hospitals. Commenting upon this fact. Henry A.
j Reeves said: "We re-*ulro.l the hospital authorities
? to give us the name and occupation*of every per
j son who -Tod )n tho hospital under their charge.
j In this manner we learned that a good many rela?
tives, cousins, aunts, nephews of hospital pSOpta
| were being supported by th<* State without ren
Uf ring any service for lt. Wc have requested the
Attorney-General to nive ti- his definition of the
! term 'family,' for it seenn to be an elastic term
; which covers all kinds of pe.plc. Hospita] ..111
I c< rs receive board for their 'families,' but we do
I not think this means their cousins and aunts as
j well. We have therefore refused to consent to
, these persons being boarded at the expense of the
State. We have also declined to consent to a
| large number of people attached to the hospitals
having horses and carriages?at lonrt at thc State's
expense. One asylum WC found had four florist*..
Wa judged this to be an ex..ssh. number, and I
aro decUnod to ugr.-e to the psymost "f three "f
them. The places ..f the three rtlllllaBBI d ll'.rlsts
?un well b? taken by able bodied Inmates of the
l*ospiuls. Otu- lluriHt I- sufficient for esch hos?
pital."
it is thus obvious that the state Commission bi
Lunacy ls Intent upon having the MOO inmates of
the Bjrhima fed well, bot at the same time is ,le
termined to keep down the expense;! of these Insti?
tutions. Th.- policy ls nn excellent one Tbe tax- I
payers of the state desire tne insan.- poor to bass
thc boot of m.-iiicai eora, and to have abundant
food and to be well lodged; but th.-y also ariah
that the expenses of the hospitals shall ba kept
at a low point. Thc Stale Commission in Lunacy
seems to be succ-eding in all these aims.
SCHAEFER WINS THE RATTLE ROYAL.
THE WIZARD PK FF" A TS IVES IN TIIK HOST SENSA?
TIONAL BILLIARD MATCH OM lUBCOlU).
chicago, Nov. W\ Schaefer moa Of Millard match Issi
nieht. arith a lotal "f 4.606; Ives'a total, S.S4B. The
match v.ns anded nt PAS a. m. Behsefer played brUUaal
billiards toward th.- finish, while Ivea*s pinyin-,- wsa bad,
nnd kept Return; worse. Hs was evtdeatiy rattled by
the rapidity willi which Sehsefer a-alasd <>n lum. Th*
"Wlssrd" beaks f?r 07 ami SI, eoastcatlvsty, nil Braal
billiards, sad nt the cl,sc ,,f Um thirty-?evc:ith baaing
Schaefer larked tluee of tieing Ives. The Beera Blood
S.S1S le "I.S1.I. He mud,- a hail miss on wrong Knclish.
bat ives did ?.luise, tnt tba crowd y.-iini Bfith delight.
The tte came In thc thirty-eighth inning. un,l tl,- Bpw -
tators became holm arima with enthOBlaa?t, first st Bchse
ter'*, lead an.l the., thc .r.i'i,.city ,?: faatna bi dismayed
by the ' W'Uard" in a BatlaB Of r,,'jn,l: li- --table cnn,ms ,,1
the most ditr.iult kind. Shout sitar shoal wsai ap ut
each stint. Bad even tin horns wen- t.l.nvn. Sudi ii ? MM
has sever been wif rased before ni a billiard match.
Al thi* close of the thirty.eighth inning lb* I BTC stood:
Ives, o.M"; Schaefer, S.STS.
lt was still anvb-ly'-* BBSM nt the end of the forty
third inning. nn,i intense ex Itemeat pervaded the ball.
The ?core stood: Ives, 3.Mn,. Schaefer, S.SST; Napoleon
having cau?ht hi* BtrokO, played perfect hilliard* ali
around thc table mn as to r.-vcrse the pince* again. In
the forty-fourth, Ives increased hi* lead t? .'1.011, While
Schn.-fer had o,s.M>. Thi* gave Ives only llfry-slx to bo
out, but Schaefer made up the forty-seven difference In
the scores in his foity-lifth Inning. feing il)-" aero
again and giving hims..-If the lead, which m-ant HM
match at that state, with only fifty-five to ?0, Ives
wa* unable to do anything, and Schaefer ran out In short
order.
STRUGGLES OF THE WAMBESI AB CHURCH.
The Rev. Dr. Matteo Prochet. of the Waldensian
Church of Italy, preached to a large COagreSBtton
last night in the University PlSCC PtresbytCa-aO
Church. Dr. Prochet has done much to advance
the Interests of his church, and his labors In Its
behalf, were recently rewarded by the King of
Italy, who conferred Knighthood on him. Pr. Pro?
chet spoke with a strom* accent but showed that
he was a master of the Knglish language, ll-sail
that the Waldensian Church was Ihe connecting
link between the ancient church and the present
Kvangeii.-al church. H.- briefly outlined the his?
tory of the church and Its Struggle* and held the
attention of his hearers for over one hour.
A STATE OFFICIAL KILLS HIS WIPE.
Elgin, lil., Nov. 2fi.-Frederick Lt, Puck. State
Game and Fish Warden, rushed Into the police
station yesterday afternoon and announced that
he had deliberately murdered hla wife at their
home In the southern part of the city. Mrs. Pick
was found stretched on the bedroom floor, her face
besmeared with blood until scarcely recognizable.
A bullet hole was in her loft temple. A second
shot was fired by the murderer which entered the
woman's back below the right shoulder. She hal
evidently been killel Instantly by the first shot.
The only reason given for the deed by Puck ls thal
his wife had been living contrary to his wishes,
and he promised to put a stop to lt. Puck has
been State Game and Klsh Warden for th* last
four years, having boon appointed oader Governor
Fifer. Puring the summer he had charge of tho
Government aquariums In the Fisheries Pullding
at the World's Fair. His father was formerly a
Deputy United States Marshal. The murdered wo?
man ls lils second wife. Puck having bees divorced
from ihe lirst. who is still living. The dead woman
was the daughter of Mrs. Hannah Swan and the
sister of T. I*. Swan. She was the divorced wlfij
of Arthur Hawkins. She was burn In Medina,
N. V., and was thlrtv-four years old. Mr. and Mrs.
Puck were married three years ago.
FAMOUS LOCOMOTIVES AT RUFFAW.
Puffalo, M. Y., Nov. 26.?The famous N'ew-Yrrk
Central locomotive No. ft99, the equally famous Kng?
lish locomotive Queen-Kmpress, with the De Witt
Clinton and exhibition Wagner car trains, will le?
on exhibition In Puffalo to-morrow. From R a. m.
until 12:30 p. m. the two trains will I.e at the Ter?
race Station. In the afternoon they will runaround
the Pelt Kine, and about A.'M o'clock leave here for
Rochester.
A SHARP RISE 7.V PRIXT CLOTHS
Fall River, Mass., Nov. 36.?Shortly after the
rejrular weekly cloth statement was Issu'-d yester?
day goods went up In price '? of a cent a yard.
Contracts were made on the basis of I cents
for Mxffls. Spots sold at 2 l.r,-lf, cents. The
demand rame unexpectedly to tho manufactur?
ers, and lt has grown continuously since.
TO RE DEAS OF HARVARD TH MUSICAL SCHOOL.
Pittsburg, Nov. 20.?The Rev. Dr. George Hodges
presented his resignation ns pastor to the vestry
of Calvary Episcopal Church nt the morning ser.
vice to-day. The vestry will act on the resignation
on the first Monday In December. Dr. Hodges
said this evening that he had no doubt the
resignation would bs accepted. Il would take
effect on December 81. He added that be bad
accented the Deanship of tho Harvard Theological
Seminary. _
TO Bl BURIED IS THE FJOSOMY CEMETERY.
Pittsburg, Nov. 26.?Terza Feucht, sixty-three
years old, who with her brothers, Dr. Pen jam In
and Henry Feucht, three months ago abandoned
the Harmony Society, .it Keonomy, was burned to
death at her new home In LeCtSdal* this morning.
her clothing have caught tire. With her last breath
the dying woman asked to ba burled with ber
Earents in the Keonomy Cemetery. Trustee .John
'iikr of the Kconomlte Society ordered a grave
prepared In the part of the cein.tery devoted to the
founders of the society.
CB ARCED WITH EVREZZLISO OVES BIO OOO
Indianapolis, Nov. 26.?At the Instance of the In
? dianapolls police, K. D. Fulford, superintendent
of construction of the American lx.n-.- Distance
Telephone Company, was arrested at 8yracuse,
N. Y., to-day, und will lu- brought back to this city
He ls charged with embezzling from the company
a sum estimated at from Uo.OOu to tiW.Oiw by issulnir
fraudulent vouchers.
COSDITIOSS IS THE REAL ESTATE MARKET.
The prospect of a inrg.- business block lu lng put up
on the site of Sr. -.-ike's Hospital, pifth-ave.. Fitly.
fourth and Fifty.nf th Ma., ha* given an additional in?
tercut la the properly In that neighborhood. That the
erection of the proposed building would greatly enhance
values in that part of the elty cannot !?? -^fr*.^ iin(1
that property ownera In the neighborhood will l?. i?.ne.
flled in the matter of dollar* and cent* tuarn without
saying. The demand for private house* for the purpoae
of converting them Into store* will be great, tad the
Increased value* and Ihe certainly that Hu* neighbor?
hood mu?t Im- given over lo business will Induce property
owner* to sell u,..|r holdlncs or to. lease them for u term
,,f yeara for business purposes. The attachment f,,r
hume.teada cannot be aald to be alrong In thia part
of the city, for there are nwriv people living to-day who
can remember when all above K..rty-aecond-st., and even
Twenty-nfth-at., waa an open waste of lund, where many
straeta were not cut throueh. This being the "newness"
? if this part of the city, the "li?m-,i-.?,|" ?entlment ,an.
Bot be drong.
Th* really w?ak Bpo| m (hr ^ ra|I||i m,rk,t Ub|
, ,W*" on th* w**t aide of Cemral Park. Th* ?_.
the CS* whees bulldta. h.. been moat active and whara
?_!-*_?_-_!___. *?*?? w? *?? ?? ????ibiisB.
__??___. MfhtMM * ** ?-*?*? -???*. the builder.
have OM at a ??_ Utmer _*_-, than they would hav.
accepted under normal condition*. Thi* ha* brouil
the prl.es down to "hard pan" and in some Instant,
houses were auld at a loss.
.1 GOOD WORD FOR SEWsril'ER MES.
The Rev. Dr. S,'lllinni Justin Hamlin, pastor of tl
Second roi lag tala Btafat?wd Chare* Lanoc-nv*. and Ow
I boodled sad loaotj ihlid si. prsaehsd 1 n-t night atx.i
' Bewaaapera and oeirapasar uer.. Ra ahoeSH bos ti
I derivation of the word "n.-ws" was Marlbed by
Ihe letSuB <l. noting the four points of the compass, |
K. v7,"'|fef indicating that thc tldtosa bod I.n ooOeeti
from au qmartar* of lha kV ?. After showing the ai
Uqnlty of aSMs I lia ml writing, and how Solomon bad i?
reporter* who had th,lr ink horns flung lo their glvdli
nnd went out ??Interviewing." i >r Miraba spoke of tl
gr-at InSiieaie rserted by the preea hi m .-liding sahl
opinion.
lie said that, arith few exceptl.n*. men could plae
Implicit reliance ,.n the word ?f reporters, and wei
safe in iniMirig ll., ir cases 10 their good |edg_k B
'.*Seveaty-Sve p.-r c-nt of the newspaper men In Hi
OOWatry," said 1 >r. Ha,: ha, "Ore son* of godly an
Ood-fearing parents, nri.i ri..,ir "f then ara
1 ministers." In Hie latter part of his sermon Dr. Harsh
I point.--.!. SB ii,,- d,lag,.-, basetting s Bewspnper maa'
I life. , n y
Xcuj jjnblirutiono.
DARTLETTfl FAMILIAR QU0TATI0N'&
TH K BOT,
The treat am casa "f PU* sslvsrsally a , pt.si bee
I ronelit and , ol,ti.ines to I,rilli; n.Jii.v imitators Inti, ll,
Best, || lanialss. bewever, i"-' very beal book an lb
.Miii.t't, a (.nat I,,,inlay fir.,.ute. at all Beesons j |'"|"
lur norn-a ivor!.. Indeed, I?r air,...si dally Benn
hold BBS.
Of the new and greatly aalarged rdiSeo over le.00
., |:, - h,i\, been NM. Tba sew natl r in thli editie
.'Vial; -.1 li. ne ll..I., Hg pa."'-, li,...,.',- it fnlli on>
third liirper H.an tim previous ".I'tlon. Mic typt I
ii,n v.hoie work. in.:..din' alee lha rery ion,pi. ie n
Bes, "a.. entirely tort.
FAMILIAR QUOTATIONl :
a Call ai Seo "f rSaeages, Phiosea and Fro roi ba traced I
their Sam iee in Ancient and M.?!"ra Ute miers, it
JOH- DAUTLKTT. Xinih"Edition. Craws Bv*
il,dh, $.'100.
Thia iri'ii-peiitobie hook *.i,,>'iid i?- in every library.
No BsOre n-Iul .vain],le nt persl-tent renovation aa.
lm| ricrir.ent ,.f a alaodsid work lia- ..-"-ii nil, r, il iii Ul!
reentry.?The Nation,
It may ba renatdercd u. baw maenad lu pamws*s
form. Bsntss QeieMo.
Moat rateable, laniasliail. "sdlapeneehta md alta
pether arltidril-;-.- 0. NV. Holmes.
i. ,,f the toa beek* lhal ii I* Ir-ino-- i , do smith
sot.?Chrirtlaa adi rate.
LITTLE, BROWN A ?'<?.. Publishers,
L'.-,i \VAMii.\..i.i.\sr . BOSTON.
rnm: I'liiM'i; of iniua.
I FOR .'M.V flVE <1 M.*-,
Int f" da'-*-' rending p.,.p,.it ..mt ij W.f lonr-r time.
111n.i,?_? n .nair I.-? I or direct. Deposit the | lee
. ;c .il on retail ? : ' ..-c. 1 ok* or na: if ii , h nut. -<J
ul . c .- i ali ? fin ular In ll ?? ',.?-.-: .....
joii.v li. ai.PIN. Minster, ... lto< st., Nea .York.
Mel l-l :? ' j . . ' i "... ,.: st "uni*.
IMII. HUMAN UAHI. Why it Falls Off;
Turn* Urey, ami the lt- -.'K ii- ??,,,?-. HARLEY
I'ARKER A. kl l."N . v i'n.. 1,01] Ainu Kaila.,
pi. '?Ever- ore should tad thia I tile b-ok." Atiieni-wiiin.
jJnotrncnoii.
For Young. 1-fldlee?City.
BoaRDino a.nd dav BCafOOL For. '.ii-.i.s no.
BO] Ol HA vt- Kev. Ur. and Mis. CH Ab. II
OAKDMbR, Trill IpalSi Mut year hegln- Oetlbll 3.
M 1(48 PERRIN'"! SCHOOL USS *ladlaofl<Ova. saar SM.
lt. sparta! ria**** In ali branch** ..f tuition. uoard
::,g pupil- *...>,, per ano***"*, l.'.th year
\| 'CpVMUlULJA.l. VI I.I IN.
DAT M ll"XII, FOK OIM.S.
Will ruo pan Ont. 5. at lt* new, specially conatr-ioud
TLB* FROOF fckl.ool Building,
100 ANO Ul WI'.ST 71 I HST.
KIvniROARTl V cnvnt'i TBS IV 1 Ul NTH.
MISS OIBBON-' m ip".i. i or..!i;i,- .?.?.?,-...? irth.
-i Mra -ORAN il l -ll .:-??. I'rle Ipa! A fr*
if,,arding |,i|,l.. lohaa Reopen* ..:..:.. li I
ail"-*. KAHUI ft AM' M!-> MLS I I OK I'-. MORN I ? ?
Ivfciaaao* n Wem inti, -t ... I* mt- i f..- Bp* ii Work.
pupils erny tamo tn * ttaoAt - titi. <>? f,,r ninoi.. , ?
MR and MRS i.a vu.i.as na mi lin: bchool
lilltl.s- Beat Day s,. linois. Special si > t. fnr
nusl'. art, Ungiure, arieses. Nh' l? ?nd preteaaeca
st i it'i.t.' nj.ti oa I ? '* ani italian -,-.,, i.
family. F.xre|,t|,-nallT pleasant home, btudenu entend
?'.} lime. li.. F-rk-*i.*.
MISS WALKER'S BCIIOOL FOR OIRLS.
U-i MAHIS'iN AVF.VI'E
Number* limited PrUnST"* < :a?? fr-.n, nln* till I? aroa
Ve hom* trudy for pupil* un-W f .'irt?.n who remain until
t-? fi'.-i-irit S-Oaoeed Blass ? hi F.nrii*n.
rp hi: MlSSliS FI,VS 8CIIOO'. FOK oihl_,
KlVEKSIDi; DUI VU.
_SSTH AND WITH STIILKIX NKAV VOKK.
on-; MISSES f.KiNM.i.i.'s
HAY s, HOOL, I OH GIRLS.
lin. V-.ir
2-r i.Asr -.nu sTKr.irr
Ii Hi. BAUSSl'Rl .**' Il'f<>l. F-'K Ol RU. <-.n.,ral Pjm
Fiaia, TU KiMi-i-c New-TarS. Waardliia and dai
school. Fri marv Inter bj BBiate. Uenrga Bfeyarsfori and
fi?itiiiur. M*a Beibitinir prrannall) in ebarge, ino.*.winni
instruction. Iilgst mearn Reopen* Wednsidoy. Ocl itu.
V'AN NORMAM INHT" ir-MnSfst IMoTL
?irn Bs-vrsty.srsj siwa**, w?*t.
?frliiiiljial, Mme. VAN NO KM AN.
For noys and Youne; Men?City.
JKSfSX SCHOOL, -fbi km ssdei io y.-ar* cid.
t l'l-yaieai Irslslns * ?|wl?ity.
_ ' _ 77S_|fBdl*oo*v?
Ni-.iv Yoak i" ? im -s i otu .oi:. l.'.ti. m n \ :T
All tiracTlal hr.in bes; .Uy or evwl'itf- ' all or nd
dies-, CLEMENT ' HAINES Mooni Moma Bank B'l'?r
? j Mii.c.Miv ri KAMMA ll ST HOOL ?'?'.' 'Vet BOth^at!
IJ .'f7tti rear. PS pare* fur ? nil (r?s. s.-ientlfli- *")ioo|s or
Baarnesa. Pia, ary a rj i.in ? nt toot un Mb al p'i^il? r> PnoA,
Sir EST l SD -' BOOL, Hi Weal rut .-treoi". _
KF.VI NTH YKAR BEOIVS OT 2d.
OTIEST-Si l)(i\ M.'iSO.V, l'rln., JOXATHA.V DICK.
INJsON. JK-. Vle-lMii.
Othes hour-, a to ll a. m.. 5 to 8 p. ??
For Iloth Sexeo-ntar.
BERLITZ B0B0OL Ol' l.AXiM'AGE-.
? Na-.-on ."vin..r, i'.'.-.i'cst. and DrOidwaT). ?
T na basiaa ik>?..
Muslral Inatrao'loo.
MFrR<*iPOI,ITAV COIXEOI Ot MUSIC
1,1 .ADI Ni, Mt Mr A I, IN.vi 1 I li K OS AMERICA.
KeWdanre dopnrtmanl f'-r nun ra*lBant ?t'ido.its. D' dlki'
lin k. I'.-s , Albert Boee israsoa, YlotA'm , ll. W.
..r ? ic. Sec'y _ Trea*.
l'j _ Jl KA.ST llTH-Si'.. NEW-YORK.
Brooklyn.
THF. RROO.-LYN U KIO HTS PF.MlNARY. Board
lue und Dar s lcm fae Oillaj Hid veer ..pen* Santa Bl
tfcr -"a. IJolio MeatBfsa *1. Brooklyn, N. Y.
For Hoya and Vonni." Men?Country.
Billilli.NT<AV.\ (M. in Mil-IIAKV IN-illUllS,
I.I.V. t. ll LANDON, ??HIM li'AU.
(AIM' t. D. LAMOON, i OJLM imia.N r.
.-Tlmwood Kl HOOL FOK B'lYS, at MllSirC Conii.
_ I'ar.-iiU wIki are untortni st*, in tl,,- tasoOSasMaB ot
th.-ir sons win in ts*;) la pmiit i.v Ihe advautage* nler.-d
In my (-.hool, th- ?> liisii J*. In * ss'i.n d',rln.' tht- emirs
ye?r. _FRANK M HuWK. Supt.
J-s-REKHOLD INSTITUTE Kie..|,,,iu.~N J. -~.oti, y.-ar"
Boya' it.,* rdina s i.ooi. Fiismiy. OnHeajB Pi-wsrstory,
iiusuirss course, snertasnd rypnwrlSng Teles apsj
MAKE TOURSEUV A MECHANICAL EJTGINEER
?r drausliuiinaii. or qualify t>f tii.e rhaigs "f michlnerr.
by tint meiliod of IK'Ml-. STUDY of th, t'orr?*t-ond*oc<
srbool of Mc'Lani'-,, h'-rontoii. Pb. Te beria, rtndeata
le.-d nriiy kn.fw iiow to read and wrltn. Btederata tOOOBOA.
iend for free .-In alar- _
^llliWAl,K Pl.l I'lltA'inl'.V ,v IIOijI, i.Miilhifvi.
Beewalk, Cons. Tits roesorlo*. lermi s.'.oti. For
information, address ia KI, ,\. HAft-TROM, *. M PMn^
li
NEWTON IN. J.) INSTITT*Ti'._H?ni" nf-. ?,< pig;
?ierr room and hail -te_i., hesti?! ; 2 rvuu.a .len,- ; bowl
Sig. ball. t*nr:is; i-qiii<trlati d'pi. J \Vl(?i,n A. M., l'rln.
T" HE PEEK_Rll.X~Mir,ITARY AOAOKMY.
60th y*ar. ?end for lllu-trated c*t-iogne.
JOHN N. T1LDK.V. A. .M., il D., I'rliiclpal.
For TounR Ladles?Country.
MRS. S MISS OADY'S BUARDINO AND DAY
BCHOO- FOR YOUNO LADIES.
SB IllU.imfsl'. AVfc., NI.W-I1AVI.N. CT.
MORB1STOW.N .'. i W.JI-.KM.V. mi.sm HAN VS
BOA Ki* INO h< IIO.'I. tel Luis. . v- pr pata
i.m , resident, astlvs. P*rsn_i amt Ue-mwn leachasmj h|il*ci_i
warass lu bmm*? mid art, Ttl bm, *7to.
HJB CAMBRIDGE | Mi.*-) _CHi>OL FOB TOURO
LA SI KS Advmwees of BsaBao quiet of Cain
L'.'ldB.-. ton.fnrts 0. linnie. Sn,s;| number..
Mr. AKTlfi-K OILMAN ll Un Dlreutor.
For Both Sexes?Country.
fi LEXWOOU INST! If TK. MoBtWOa, B. J.-Boarding
ll and Dsy Brasol (both **?*.?*.); rmi coarse; art, Bask.
milpiares. For health and Um ,,uL',i In-tru, tl,,n Olen
trout ls liol iivelled Newly fumMnd Winter Urrrr. De.-. A.
(.eacherr
A MERU AN AND FOIU-IION 'lEACHKlW AOENCY
f\ Mipplles Frof'-ssors i'f.tchera. fnt?r?, Oo. enies**--.
Lc, I., lollug**. hi-hool* and Families, Aiiu.y tu
mius m. .i y.-i -so-Kui/roN. j*a Bago wonara
A H_*tfTT MlrhliT Ouyriere auppip-s tutoraT pro/a?scr*T
ia te?.'ti,-rs, gove-ics-..'*. etc., lu all dept*'.: M-i-oiiimriid
srliooU Ut par?its. l.'fO .'.Ui-ave.^ xiiti.it. S'lUing, roi. jdui-bU
A YALE OR.vDCATE. e-*p-.rl*nned tutor, ?*aba* prtvaie
(m. pupil*. Fitting for,college a SSSSSW. Blguea. rofor*
noaa. Addra*a f AXE, Bob aft Trlbuna Qfliee.
PBB TIBK~TeBflber*' Afeneiee.-Naw.Yorb, Beeton!
* Chicago. Lo* Angele*. Be.; P.PU joalMona BUed.
a. 1. Cfiooifk. S. t? Uooatet. 70 ftfore. OS*.*)
Dancing QVcadcmics._
AI.EXANDKR MACOREOOB-S Muudels*ohn A-aembly
louiiis ivts Weal "i3'ii--t. Private leneao* ana cms?.>*
lu daming. The men's <i:i-? Sill begin BvaS SOS. Shh
for which prevlou. appllcuilon must bo made.
FERNANDO- ACADEMY. Wi" V. .Vith-st.-t'IUCES
llKDUCED ?Cl?s*'*s now forming. Private I"*son* any
bear, Bl- Wait; and all "j-.hlnnable dames taught rapidly.
/'i.i- i' \v.\i,!!.r,. lately totaracd fn>m Europe.
ll ninan and Privsie Leaaena In s.n-iety Dances dafly.
I.',i Coinmboa-ave., MUh and ?l*t sf._|
TOKOROK DODWORTR.
No. (WI Flflh-?ve.
class and private Iraeon*. M-n's .lass lemmence* Mon
dir Dec- Hil. (N','?i Tuxedo lander*.
IV M. Pin RIVERS AND MARTIN P. RIVERS,
C7 W.?t 421 -t.
F'rrnlar* on application.
REAL ESTATE.
RKAL ESTATE TRAN.-.FKR!*.
? '. Gi BBQ nil ll al. n m corner of Codur-*t; Harry
,. Hupping and wife to r.,r.? B Hopping. fl
titi ,'..?. .\., 4; Julian Huckle)* to W. Stewart
' et ni. 1
a' Barns property; William Mrewart et ul to J
- I Huckle)- .- 1 J
"I Bnsomo-ol, No ?'??'.:;. Tl. ,rims Heatherton and
nu., r.. .Innes A S|.r. 1
.-.i',-c. No -I. M.ni Stewart and ano to I.
Stewart . '
property; W lt Stesrnn to same. 1
li-,., m- -t. \o 933; Jame* A Spool io Kiiza
,.. ii, ii,-iii.-i-i-.ii . l
TTil ;i a, WI 0 v. nt Sth-ave, ISsSS; Sarah
T.'ihch et al lo Ueorge OHdersleeve. 7,0**3
?'. -ss. T.*> it .- '.iili-.iv.-. 3O-1U0; Sim III
Fetal '.,1 ?if" i , Edward Alsd-.i-f. 1 |
ll.'rli sr. s s. BOO fr v. Sd-SVO, ITxhsi; Morard
pi-il and wife In Rosalia Sinew .-ind wife. 8,!>00
1- ave, s , eornei I12lb-*t. SSsBft; .lohn I'. H*B
,ii I Wlfa lo John II.irn.il/.. 14.100
Vii!...... a, Km; ii s Viii, i ',,rrlnn,lr-iive. 2-*iX
ISI; .m-. in,rn i... ?>-? io .ia--,,i, Lanna. I."."Mi
l03J-rl, SID fi ? ,.f Id-see; .'illirie- Kurili,
referee, t" Patiieh Ryan. r.2.000
i. ns 270 fl ?? "f M,,nis .,?.,., Ka 100;
Mil:,;,ni Hepl,urn mi.I wife to Ertleal Mullel.. 1
cil.l Alban- Pool Bond, a n e. T-;; fl s .? ..f
land "' i. ?!" ii-" plot; Jame* Balla) el .il to
N Dalley. I,ff00
BBCORDBD MORTOAOKS*.
Aladorf, Morard O. to Btrnon Met, s * ..(WI?
BI, >' of rilli ,,v... 1 ve.-ir. ."S.n.*)
lu.,-n, .lames it. ??) al to Retell* llaaberg, n
s ri"), st ? ,,r lOth-ave, I yeer. 4.400
f'nry. Ann* K. and ii i. lo Thoma* I. Watt,
*? s. TTth -i. w ,,r Central Part Weat, i year.. B.B00
.'lake. Fellelte, to < li i'l,-,rl., s - 7MI ->t. w of
ngton ., .-. I -real. S.BSS
Dale, Vni T, ucl another t,. n. idley _ Currier
Co, ri *. Ullin. .? ..: Bth-Bve, 1 year. I.HO
Donn. Oeorge lt. .,n.I anothei r? .1 .; Wilson.
Illili -ii.. - e eornei ,,f 77th st. 1 veer . ".si
.;,.rr,. William, ? i.n.l Wlf* r.. .1 O \VI|s,(n, n a
Mt li si. ii ,,f Columbus-avo, I year. 14.000
ll aYatadi Bettie, to Barnard Cohen, ? s '-M-st.
,? ,,i Mh-ave, :i vean.. 10,000
Heall Oeonr* n. io P T Union- .rn I anothor.
trustee . poreel IB, m-n adopted ic tquedncl
t*or*iml**l.>nera, I vm . 3,ism
Jones, l- ihella, and another r,. a y Oooron, No
I.-. 3.1-ave, I ....i . SN
I..M. i .,, ? ??? a. ... Nathan Neraraulmer, w s
Edgi omli-ave, ? ,f ll.'tth-*!. B y.nrs. ".ism
Lally, -l.-mi-s .1. an,I ar.,,iii-.I A Wolf Bad
r. e s .lin. lime, n of W?_Ten-*t, 1 year "."SI
it i. j.,.. ie and -.nf- -si; Mi Hirer, s -.
..;u, .r. ? ? r loth-sve, :i r-ara. 1 issi
Muller. Rrneai .1. and wit- ... -eora* Lnnter
haeh, n ? ISHh-st, ?? "f Mi.rrla-av* I -ear. 1,300
Itv,m. I ?, * 11 ? !. lo Mumu llill Hunk, n s IOU
sr. w n 34-a re, denian.I. . 7.issi
Roi,rs. rtederiek, an,1 wife to Kaili,inna lluasel
?. . ... n >? ci uer 131*1 at. l rear,
I mortfns**s. B.0SB
sins*--' ?'? i ' .ei ii \ ... ir.- ? . E I* Present. - i
llSth-st, ? ,,f :m ii.-, i r?ai. 2.i""
Warner, Conrad, jim *Mf>- .?? Catharine /.Ik. s *
? ni , . : yeara. l.'ssi
Rfal (?Gt(itc
INSURE YOUR TITLE.
in nbotrnct in worllilrs* no a pro*
Irrllnn.
ll i? ii rnrrr opinion bu soil on ouch
l*u-*l-s ii? Hie fxiiiiilner lina- hnpprned
to limn rr in ti mg lo lbs tire.
It ls ?hit the owner o' DS_M Srreet ob'olned ? n*n
he hough! the store In ISIS, hut lt tlld not protect him
In ISS7 when ?**? li?1 to buy a qiilt-.-l.ilni d.?*rl to qulst
his titie. An liiter*e?t!iit- history lie, In. k of thi* .led.
Tlc ?tore with f,.nr other valnaNe pl-", es nf proporty was.
tht.tr < It-lit yean ago, mnieyed BJ a man to a fr.isfe*
for tr,,- lenetlt of lils Wida, ?nd nfte- her dea'li for Um
af hal ' hllilreri The Beateran-e mis altcrwaid- s?t xs'io
l.v Mit, hut tbe infsn- , shOdies wera mit made p**.l*s.
The \?rt.,n.? |"*rr.-L? had tn-.-n fr.-.-iy beoajM an1 soid
eln--a that C.ne une tt tlieni, wit i ,,th,-r p-ojierty, hnd
Itch revered with sn tsoaease whstaaata worehewaa on*
,,f the saMn-fs banha af bhe rtty iia-t a iw aa-M*nefhae,
c t i^l in lve.7 Ih.i ,-hlldrei ,-onitn, li, >-.| **H|B| releas?vi
{ Ui make lin* titles ,.-? ii. an1 only a short lime ?gn tho
; last ol th'* properties wis , l.-sr-'d br rh* reluctant owner*
at a very rorui'lerihle excuse.
JiTlE GUARANTEE AKD TRUST C9
( BS Liberty St , N V.
Oflices I N B. eoraot :,-mIi St. ?t 7th Av., N. Y.
( ll ( otirt St , lirooklyn.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $2,701,084.
.lore Johnson ir ri0 L|b?rtv.*e. sow-rers,
-Vnction Gulfs of firal (Totutc.
CH lBLI s A BERRI KS. It'CTIOXEER,
iriii sell it SlKtloll Bl
MONPAV XOV KM III ll 27, 1803.
al IC o', lo- k iii?>n at the l'-irsall Homestead.
OX Till. l'll-Ml"-!.*
In ih.- viiisge of \Ve,t Chester, weetebeeter t'onntr, M Y..
liv .,rd?r nt Vi" SnpreSM 'Vrirt. 'in It iii- iHre,.tl0ii of
ll T l>\ BMAN. IlmQ . Referee,
PEARSALL ESTATE.
WTST CRESTEB Sr*BBTTHl_sTER I O^NTY, N. Y.
WEST CHESTEB TO WILLIAMSBRIDOE KO.VD.
wen -ul... Him ???t.'.i.l Plot, mt', tm..-.tory finnie bena*
and slr a. re. of l.'i.l
WEST CHESTER TO WIIXIAMSBRIDOE Hoad.
e?<> -ile. IM , r, - ,,r land, with tuostoiv fn.me house
Bad -.tallies, this plot bas alvt lira fr.su-. on Pelham l-ark
w?v.
HOM, taL, "I"' Berth, Ward | WsfBlsS Plaintiffs'
Altnraoys, Mo, 120 Broadway, Ben-.Yorh; ll. T. Dyhmaa,
I mi it.-fer.-.'. While riain* N v., >,r Auctioneer, No
VI I.II-'111' I . N,'?-Yolk I H. _
WILLIAM KKWI'I.I.Y. Auctioneer,
iiy oru-r ,<f Bna*re~ai Csart, m PartHlaa.
475 BROADWAY and
48 MERCER 8T.
Itetweeii .Innrl.^t. an,l Ht.,,,,ne -m.
UiScr dlr-, tion ul PETER ll OLXET, Ks<j.. n-ferM.
? ill !.. sol'l -it au, tl,,ii hv WilllHii. Keiinellv,
Tl BS DAT. Nus--inlier _*?>, IND;;.
at ll o'llmi. soon, al !few-Ter*i Real BNBBI Salearoom.
No. 111 llro'idwav I
Plot 'Jd. 4 In wi,l'l, nu Broilwiiv niel Mer. er-*t, by 300
feet in depth bolldlng thp-e mid loot ebury brick, cnierlng
entire plot BM In (food r.-|ialr.
'lille l.iinrR.neril bv Title I'linrnnlee A Trust Co,
free o' inst to pur,'bas*r.
I'll ii n ni l-l. si ur it kim-. Mk I'lnliitlfT's Alfy
Mano uni in rt i lim- arith attorney, SS Llherty-st., or
Au, tlimeer. lil I'.rnadway.
Citn Propcrtn lox Qalr.
AN ELEGANT HOUSE in the BrlsBsesSMa WSBl Rid.
rtiitri't. ;iim w.-t .iiitii st.. ;it a barsata: hami
ti.in.lv deroinled ; nllabia foi a hom,', on way terms.
Apply "" premlaa*.
AT a ORE Al' HM'.'.MN four lot* on l''5t_.*t~ near
ColiimbMBar* ; Ju">i the thine (or ,i hulliier.
J. KUM AIM. BROWN * CO..
69 West aad-st.
<To ?et for btiBinc-o Pnrpoeet.
A LARGE, -l.l.'.AN C biOlll. In Temple Curt to leaoe.
UL'LA NO t WIUTINO.
A Uei-kiiiaii-st.
IO LET.?Corner loft, at William ?n<t Ann tm*., BftXlSi
po-.-,-s-Inn Innie ,1 ste.
BOT-A NP t WHITINO. S neekmanst.
Conntrn propcrtn for Sale ano (lo Itt
??YEI.I.OW Pl.lfE ??
Tm.''.v.- thousand a. res ot idloiv pine timbered land*
lu a lusty, mar n>n i runic stream, llu-ap tor BBB SB
day*.. TH lu BOHaeB.
Sl-'.NTI-/ I, _ M.-KK.NZIl".
llammiiint, !..?.
Unfurnioljcb ^partmento lo Cd.
urptiB i-i I 'i' ii AVi.M i ,"
m lAWl BSl 1.03.-I Kirth Av.*., cor. both Jit.
un.- ,-i,'...iii eohSde asailabsM la let. aii banrosasMaSi'
**li-v*'or?, ?t< am, BBS.
C. W. HK.SS. Supt..
_1,087 Pirti, Ave.
AOVKKTISIiMENTS ANO SUBSCRIPTIONS Knit
Till. NIAVVUKK TKlRI'Md WII.I. 1110 RE
, i.lli.H AT Till. PPTOWN OKKICE. No I JIL' ttrntil
uuy, -<l rlool uurtli of ITitrty-flrstHt. , uni AOVKll
11*4 KM EN rS nt tin. folluwlnc rimm-h Offli-es: -.'.,1
KlghUi-ave.. s. c. ear. T?entv-thit(l?*'..; 139 sixtli-ave ?
157 l-'oiirtliove.. mrn.r Konrteetith-st. j 7<10 Third-avi-'
? oilier I'?ri>-?..M-i.th.?i. j LOSS ThlrJ-ave., nesr Nlxtr
ilrst.-t.; 1.708 yim-ov*.; ion West. Perty-aeeond.at.: I fla
l',,lninhn--iiM-. ; Vi Airline A; 1,.'I23 Third-ate.: 'id Wost
???..iir-ciitli?l. i -'A7 W,\-?t Kori ,-???.?.?oiid-ii. ; .Vii Thlrd-ave I
I :i:ti Thi ni a ve. : S.0S1 Thlrd-ave., hot. One-liundred.
and-tii-elfth and "n.- hun,Ire 1-anil thlrr?.-ntli sta.
RailroaOs.
??ASK FOR nOKVTI TO BOSTON
VIA TIIK NEW-KNOI.AND,
AND m THAT VOIJ OKT THEM."
Two Kast Limited Kiipt--,, Trains from Urand Contrai
Manon IIB. 1-. S. ll. A H. Kd.) 12 noon i wonk days only;,
with Oitiiugh Parlor Car*, lioacbo*. and Smoker via
Harir.ird. "Inlng Oar, WllllmanUi- and Boaton. 3 P. M.
The Wnlte Train, week day* and Sunday*, via WllUiBan.
tic. Parlor Cara, Buffet, smoker. Ceaohe*. and Dining i,
Car WHilma-tlc and Booton. Return aervlce from Boa* at
ton lama hour*. No extra fare la Ceae-es. Varier Oar
aeau BL
Railroads.
-AMERICA'S CRBATEST RAILROAD.-*
NEWYORK
(s
ENTRAL
& HUDSON RIVER R. R.
From (irani Castra! Station. 42d .Stroet:
XtJSA. M.?Except Uonday. I'mp-re tSUlo E_i>rcas
Dasteat train io lue world.
Sd I \ M.- Kuli Sha* Mail. For Buffalo, M-ig?i"
Kali-, Chicago
lOi.tll \. >|. -.,., pi Mindiiv. Day Express.
ltOO P. M.?Dali- -tooth weetara Limit*.- for Ctilcogf
('inri minti, ht. Louis.
:l:.10 I*. .M.-l\. .-Minim. Kor Albany ond Troy.
Ul P. M.?Dally. N'W-Virk and Chico?' Lin it'd
Doe Cleveland 7:l0 A. M.. Detroit PM A. M.
( liii'iK'i ft-SO P. M
BiOO P, M -Dh ly Fut OMvelead, Detroit, Chicago
and Nt. Lnil-.
Bi'lH i- M. Dally. For Burlington, Platrsburgh, ao<
Montreal.
TillO P, M.-Dallr. Dne Buffalo 7:30. A. M.
Mino i'. al Dally. Only Slorplng Cor I-stenger* ro
Itoclieatcr csrr'od on Oil- tnilu.
Mil- P. M. Dalli for Chicago mid Ofdeaabvig, and ex
-.ent saturday, for , ai*-- Vincent.
9il)-t A M. an.. .1:30 P. M. -Dally, except Sunday, S
i'ltt-ni'i. via llnii,-in Dlvlaion.
Wagner l'aia.e rsrs on all Ihroojh train*.
I Mut aa ii 1 Wbcner oin.,- al Granl Centnl staion
113 ".',1 4IS "-".. '.'t'-' Brosdwsy, 883 f'olunib-ie Ave.
Bl We?t 125th >?... and 188th st. itotloo, New-York; M
Washington st., Titi Pulton BL, end ;i Broadway, E. d.
Brooklyn.
Baggage cbeehed from hotel or residence by the West
rot! Expre** Co.
.IOIIN M. TOITCET. GEORGE ll. DANIELS,
(len.'lui Manager. Oas, Pa?a. Anent.
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD.
STATIONS, foot of PooSraooSS nnd Cortland'
lISSSlSi
Iii Ellet Roveoobsr 1Mb, IWBB.
r:00 A. .il. PAST LINE.?Parlor Cor tu Plttatmrf.
IOiOO A. M. PLN.V-YL.VA.VIA LIMIT*"-?.?Pullman
Drawing und Mut. Koon, ski plus. BlnisSi SmokiBS
and '.i,-en .io, . er*, Arrive* i blragu il a. bi, I love
land 7, .27, a. Bl., > :m ii.ii.l, 7 .1.'. a. m., mid lodlaliapolU
-:0? P.M. OHXCAUO AM) ST. LOUIS EXPRESS^
pu 11 bia nd Dliiii ir* to bl*. IjOOIb, I.,.ni*
xiii.' and ? I. ........ Arrive < Im-ui uti 10:50 a. m., ht
Loni* 7 :8fl ic in , ' li.' i--'" ?"? li. m.
?:iio i. .il. \\ (-.*?.i.kn KAI'KEfiS-?Pullman Slaep
lng and inning Can to Pittsburg, Chicago and Cleve
land. Arrive* Cleveland ii :i-. b. bi., Cbb-sge -.i u. te,
7:.1o P M. soi tii-'.v: UTI -'KN EXPRESS week-days,
7:45 p. ii. Sundays.?Pnlln*Mi Bleoi ilng und Dining Cor
t,. Olnclnnatl nnd -st. [.oula. Arrive* Cincinnati (1 p.
III., St. I.Otll- ', ?. III. -e.,I III Ul,,. ;., .
HiliO P. M. ca. HU' I Xi- :i.-- Pull-nan liuffet
bUnawng Cai Vew-Yi k t,> Uhi.ago. Arrives Chicago
7 :1 > ?. m. (second ,m r .lie , !',,,,-Ho 11 in p. n,., I olmo
hu* 7.1.) p. m.. Cleveland ?'? ?'?, p. m. irraf Siya
hai.thiohi:. w a-iiim.ton ami tiii; mm th
10:10 A. .11. "lYnsOBBSlea Li-nilcd" Weoa-Oeye, Pull
ai 'ii Parlor i ai> and j>.:..n_ Cor.
'A-.itt P. M. "I illili cs.i.mill Lllllillil" ,. ... l'lill
nu.i r.u.?.!? aad uiniug i ? Arrive* W_uiiugtou
0 -j p. m.
ADDITIONAL EXPKES- THAIN**: S, BlSO, 'J :J0. ll
a. m., 2:10, I 30, ... -"..'ii. p. m.. I'jili night. Sun?
day, o:S0, lr.Ju a. DI., I :BU, i i.oil. p, ii.., 12 A.. ni.lit.
NM A. ML itUautlc Coj*t Umi Lxprou*, dolly, Sleep
ii- '' Cuarlestam, Jacksonville, and Port Taupo; o .Jo
p. m. daily, Bleep, r to Ja. ? - :.
Ids P. M. K-. i.i, i.i..! and lu,, ll- ExprvM, Uallv,
-ie. i-is to Augusta nini New-O loone.
S<O0 P. H. ?Dall) tut ? ?..????; eek ? - Ohio Hallway,
i hroBgh si,, pin i Bnd Di iln i ? ara.
roil "LU I", hm COMFOItl md N'ORPOLR ila Cape
. inirle? Route, .- i bi week-deva, and, i.it.i i liiduuli
bli"-I er, ? p. tn. Haili.
F'nt i'I'mntic i ITV i p. m. week-days, with 'ihro'iKii
liu'ret Parlor Car.
FOi; . \l'|. M.\\ | p. m. w.?k.dav*.
POT I.m. Branch, V-lmri Fir;. Orena lirove, and Point
Plexsant. I I" I in. IS IO, -'I Ul. 8:10 amt 11:43
p. m. week-day*. Sunday*, B*i3 a. m.. 1:15 p. bb,
Do aol -top ai Arbury 1'iri. and Ocean move on Spa
days.)
Kilt PHILADELPHIA.
Bimbos: o .0, 7:30, s. S:S0, ;?. S:S0 IO Feaa'a Malted),
ur '0. ll a. m.. IJ :il ? 1. -2 .10. 3 A. 4 :.:0, j, 0, 7. 7:'*0.
h. 1 ;t-? p m.. Vi 1,1 ; ? ?,.. Sunday*, Expreaa, 0:15,
- IO, I, '.) :m rio Limited 10:10 a. m., 2. I, 4 :!?>. -*..
H. 7 lo. S, .*> SS p bi. I.' ll Bight.
Tl-Het offl,:,- So* I.ll D4I, I.1O0. 113, m.d 201 Rroad
isur. I Attar H.,,,-,-. 131 I'.-i-t l.'.'iili Rtreet, 251 Colum?
bus Avenue, 7:i7 -;\tii Avenue, and foot ..f De*bro**e*
?'td Cor'.lsiult .-ti-'t-; l (oort Street, 860 Pulton
street. BS Broadway, md Brooklyn Annex Station, toot
of Pulton str.-.-f lir.?.kim, 128 Hud-on .-tret, llotfi
?en . Malton, j. r-v Clo ,
Th.* Sow-Torh 'i raoafi r Compony ?;li ? all tor and rbeck
h?f/Kicc rrom hotels and r sldeuce* through to i|,.tination.
s M. PKEVOST, I li. wo.in.
Pen aral Manager. Peoria! Paaa'r AgsBB.
CafTRlL RAILROAD Of NEW-JERSEY
(Anti.ru, i.e Mal ii-'d esetoatvely.)
v,,ur tm ba. Automati Block dlgnsls.
Trains leave otation foot of Lils",iv St.
TISM l.l.l- In Life, t Nev. IB ISM
lor K?fton, ll til ? li- ni Allentown. MaUch Chunk, fte.,
I on : lb - I'. K. M i i". i '-*" \,t'.00 t" Eaatoa
?::?*' 5 IS, 7 lilO to Alleitown. P. M. .-lindale. 1:30,
r i.-, a m . i do, ?'? so r m.
(?'or Wiiko^liarr". I'lti-toii, und Scranton, 8 4j A. M.,
1 :30 I' ll. Minda's. 4 ;S0 A. M.
For lt. id nc ?l I :<vn 8 00, 8.15. 10:00 11:30 A. M .
I in 1 IO :< 00, i ''0. 5:1".. 7.*> P M . 12 IS night >\
mm -atiii.i. night Munday*, i.m a. M., 1 :oo, iso,
io.. 7 BO P. M . 12:14 ninht.
Pei Ha*- -I. ri ll ! 00, B 00, I W A. M.. 1.10. 1 30.
I 00 ?'. li I' M 12:15 Bight exeept'Bg .-afirliy night.
sundivs |:oo. ?'? :io P. M IS IB sight.
Ko.- Put UV! ll* a'. I *" i 00 B li ll -IO A. M . 1:10.
I go. i on 7 N r M. i-' 13 Blghi except haturday
ulKht. Miinlu.-. I :I0 v. AL, 1 Ml. 7 M P. M.. IM.'.
lighr
Po- --'irilinrr |>Wl*bore and WI'!-ant-.port -lt 4:00.
i OO | || \. M.. ! IO I SO, . !' P M., 12 IS ri .'I''
?\. .|.r -.unr.lv ul bl Sunday*. 7 IS A. M.. 7 30 P.
II. 12 I", ii gbt.
Pot IL- ?t Rnnk. Lon? linn lc an-l point* south to Point
Pteaeanl i :t'? 1:11 ll "o \ M. 1 IO, I ti. ll '0 fo
it 'I Baok.i -I oo i 20 *. :i-< ta Red Bsnb ; r> P M.
*.'.n I iv-. ,\,e..t Orin i;r>. ? ani A-lciri Park, '.I OD A.
M . I <"0 P. M
foi". LAKEWOOD.
I JO, 1 P, I. M I |5 :i IO I SO P M
fit I'ar'i.Irn da!,- Toms River, Ila mega I Park ana
fe-nitit, 4 :!?> iii A Ml ll I "" P If.
for \t!*nti<- (liv. \ in, lind, and lirld ;eton, I .10 A M .
I :?! P M.
For Monmouth Hah Reiibrlgbt, and IV-Mat* Rich,
IJ" ur tl :<> \ U i SO I 4".. 4 00 1:20 P M.
-nnda - '.I '"0 \ M I O'. |> M
ROYAL BLUE LINE
I O
PHILADELPHIA nu.TlMnlli' AM. WASHIJfOTOX.
lo:- Pi .ii.id. ij.iiii. ii,-:, Oar*, 4 (iii 8 Oi. 0:00. 10:00,
II 10 [Dining ( ai a. M . 1 '! ', :t W i no nurrel Parlor
Car), 3:00 IDIriln* Cari, 0 00 7 SO, 8.4.i p. M.. 12:15
light. - .n-t.n i m il .... ii ., (Dining Cai A. M..
:S0, '. nu [Dining , u), 7 :io p. m.. ij ii Bight.
Pur Hilt.,? anc| Washington, r,**eb 'la'.- ;i 00 ll :S0
Hii'lni; i.r v. M 1 Kl .1 00 ,"i (HI D nilli to"), "? :30
I'. M., I'i ll algbl -c.dr... ii ni IP-30 I Dining Can
A. M I BO, ?*. <'o Dining Cai . 7 M P M., 12:15 Bight,
ricket* and parlor -ar -.-ir. ran be procured al 17_.
.'KS 201, 413, B4?, '.'14 1 ii... i .im Broadway 787 0th
ive. :n i i-r ip i st.. lld I'-i-t. Uit'i -'. 'ni Wi-t PJith
-t.. Jil i'd".-ic ii- N ? Vork; l .'"'i sr., x-io I-',li?
on -r.. Brooklyn; HS Broad wai Wllllaniaburg. Tho
Sew-Ynrb Tnn?rer fompanr hui call f" and ibrek bog*
itv* tram hotel ? le.ileu c t-. de-tl'mtl B.
D~n... UCKAWAVJIA AWD WESTER* ntL~
(tulluna i_ .\rn-l,.rk mot of Unrclay ss*
tlirlslopher Mic ia.
.KSTIUILLU 1HAI>>. Pl LL ll.4. \ COACHI'S.
JUC. ronlo lo .Ni il AUK, lil.,,,->1 i 1 IT.(.. M...Ni.
0LA1H, i Hi; UIUNuE-9, *-im.:..it, Bernard-iVlUe. Husk
lng ll:.lf,?. Madison, Moi rlsiuwu, Pa-*-atc, l'a:. ,-.ii,
Booiivin, Dolor. Stanhope. BUBO'S LAKE, LAKE HU.
PATi'ONU, Hai-.ietl?ti,?n, -CIIOULKV ->.\1UU'N CAIN,
Washlnaton. PH 11.LlPsiUKii. EA-'I-M WAITUI
-?AP Si'ItOI'IIMIl Kit, PiK'OUO .Vlnuiito'.iis, SCKA\.
TON. PITTSTON, WU,hl'.SIlAl:Ki;. NAN ru (IKE.
DAN VII.1.1'., NOItiTlt'MHI ULAM), Moitrov. HI Xii.
HAM ION. 6?l-Olll>, NO KW ICU. Waterville. UTICA,
Rh HI H.1.U bPKINitb, Cortland, -Yt;ai I'SK,
UhWEUU. HMM t. UWEliO KLMIKA. COKN'INli.
Hull, DAN-VILLE, ni ll Al.ii and all i.olnui
WERT, NOHTIlWr>?T AND KOliHWI'ST.
hOO A. M. lU.'H'Al.O. LTIi A and -OWEOU l'.X*
rrth_fO. Puiinisa Palate Cir*. Coon ac to st iiuttan
wltri rru:ii for Clil.agu, air:\,i,,' ll Ij ?. lu. neat -norn?
ing,
'?ill A. M.-UIN'IHAMTON MAIL, b-jps ?t urn lia'.
r,t*tlony
ltOO iv ?*!.. SCRANTON. BIKOHAMTON and EL
Ml HA KXPRK--*. P.i'lir-i. parlor corn,
lill* P. .11, SITIANTOV. WlLKI'.SHAKKI" nnd PLYM
ULTU l!kpr*K**-!>. Pullman inri .ir
ri30 P. M. .Dally..-HI'PKAI.O LIMITED KXPKF,*s*j.
i-ni.moi. ateaaets. Arriv?s ot, t is a. m.
>i00 P. "H. naur, in , i alu. UTICA and USWEUU
i..\Pi.i.->l|, Pullman aliepcr-.
TICKETS AND P1I.I..M av At. OMUUOATIONM al 73
lurray-t. ai.d I2D Hr.-ivlwiij Tlckota at ferry atsMeaa.
SS ana Sts Broadway, .vi \v, u i2oth-*t,, 2M L'oluaUma
ve.. New-Vork : 38.1 Wa*l|ln-.'toii?t.. 7:'0 Phlten BB. and
I ilnis'lway. nrooklyn. 'limo utile*, giving full infor
-ati-n at all statluu".
WEST-Cai. I-'XPREM- COMPANY will esll for and
hOOk Itl'lllJH fruin li,,iel or rctdrtlli'." to d ,'Stll:?tlo?.
rYEST SHORE RAILROAD:
1*. V. 0, -V H. K- II. K. CO., L1.-.-1X.J
Tiain* 1,-av.i w-.i I2U-M. ionian, N.w-iori*.. ss lol
C"-. aud l.i iiiliiur.. ourl'oi ti,.rn f"?t I- I'.ilililiu -ac.:
eli A. M.?Dalli fm Ali,.,in lina h/rscaos, Ms sh
et. Huifio, NlsyarB Kill*. Ddioit, eui ago; evcep:
"sururlai for I. i.?.,!,..
i.'ll* P. il. DaPs roi Allinnv. M .iitn-al I ties, .Mrai'iise,
Roehaatar, llufnlo, Nbtgaro b'alls. roroote, DetteH,
i le\i-Ui d und Chicago.
il4 P. W. Din. f" ah um. Utica Syraeuae, Kaabseesi.
Budato. NiagBN yalla, T .routo, Dctioll, C'ieielJiid aul
QelcflM.
I ur tickets, tlme-tsliics. parlor and tweplng-s-nr accom.
lodailoiis. aiipii ,'ltv onie,-s. Brook lyn nod N'ew-York. and
r atatlnna. Tlraavtablaa at 'iriu.iisii hoBal*. Esr other
iifi.rinutiuii i-dilr,--.
C. E. la.mhi'.ki. u-ii.-iiii Paaomger karat.
5 Voiidi-rlnl'.ii,-. Nen ? Vi.tlc.
LEHIGH VALLEfRTRT
"?I.Ullin loni ul Lilli" 1% -I., \i-,> lurk.
vpsitbi'li: ii; un. pi li.man COACHED.
illO A. .11. for iMT-'i Alu and -n Denalon uri Imo.
?iud ll P. .11 f..r IH IT-'ALO, SusiieiiHlou Undio and
ghi ago.
TICKETS AND Pl I.I.Man ICCOMMODATIONS at
8.'.. 201, BAA, mid 1 .I'J.i Bioodway, I iii Boo err. toa Ei-t
?-.-.til st.. "few-Verk: two Kultoo st.. i c.inrt st.. aim
b Broadway, Broekirn. New-Tork Tronsfer > oiniiauv
.III cull r,.r iiivl cl'ei 1*. iKijt-fU'.'c from hotel or resldfiico
tllnllKll to lli'stlllutlnll.
K'.l.l.lN ll. WILIU'K. CHAS. S i,Ki'.
1 leo'I -uiit. I'.iist.rn Div. lirn'l Pa.?s. Anent,
A. W. NONNEMACHEH, WM. ll SMITH
Aaalslaal OenM Pu** Afeat. Uen'l E. p-.iv>. Asl
(icn'l Enaleru OIHi-e, -J.'I.) Ilroad-iviiy.
?ALTIMORE *l- OHIO lt. a.
Kast I'.mii.'s. I ruins T'?
AI.'IIMOHK. ?VAJHlll\liTO\. rilHAIJO, CIN
^^^'?po^i.'^rKT4^ aia
PULLMAN CAB SEBVU'E OS ALL THAIN'S.
Linn*. Ne**,.Vork f(sil or l.H'i-rlv-".!., Uuily.
For ITIH'AUO, 1:80 P. M. mid I'_: 15 night.
Kor Pil'isiiiltii I -10 P. M., 19:15 night.
For ClNl INNA I I. ST. LOITIM. ll A. .M.. 7 30 P. M.
Kor WASHINGTON ILVLTIMOBE, 9 a. ||, (U :?o
. M. Dining Pur:, I ill), [?:00 P. M.. e\ee|it Mundavi
I OO P. M.. Dining (uri. 7:10 P. M., 12:1*. night. All
?allis run dully axenpt H 00 P. M.
For Ni 1 ltF'M.K lluv Line 1 30 P. M.. except bundar.
For NKW-OHLFANH. 5:00 P. M. dally.
Ticket oOK-es: 17'-. 2*11. UV I.UD llroadway, ll East
Ith st., 100 Orand-at., N. T.J 844 Kultoo-*t., Hrooklyn;
?eaton foot ol Liberty-*!., C. R. I'., ol N. J.
New.York Tranif-u- Co. will call fer and check baggage
om hotel ee seeldaaea ts daatanstlaa.
ftailroaet.
e r i e~ ithies;
Through train, tor Chicago and tbe Weat leav-*-*
Vork. foot or Chainbers-st., daily, a* follows Hs*-*"
B.lnute* earlier rrom W.??t iM-.C. ' *** **%
tl. IS A. .*rL-Veitlb.ili_ Express fir WavaH* ?*?_.,
tl. I il hannon. Elmira, Hofaio, Bi-aMJrd _J_ __?*
nuuu-a. Parlor car to Buffalo. Dining Car ^H
8?Oil *?*- m\ -V--stlh.il.. I.lmltrtt. Solid train tam #?_.
AIM .-ano. ila Chautauqua Lake. SleeDtrs*!! J_#?
, iago, Cleveland and ClnrTnnaU. Dining emt: "-***
6'iitl ?*"? M.--..ul Irani ,o Chti-ss-u na .Macau,. ??,
.OU .- .,-,,,... t,. i!?rf,i? am* chicago " "?*-* "U*. .
8?'?ill ?*? >l.-v<'1 Chautauqua Lake and N lanai- bm_
.OU houd ifhln to Chicago. BiaaiNira oTSai&S
.,.:,?. Chlcarc and tini-lnnati. ?- ?? -oraelia. 2
k | .KAL TIMK TABLE. 1TIKFTO AICD PULLHi-W %
1_ a.coinrr.fdatl ,n- at -nil 21M 101 841) end nw ?5_f
ivar, loll I'l-t IL'-.th-st.. Chair.!*."** ami wi.? *^ **!+
. loll Ea**
New-York :
*2?__V. _?*??? and Won Jai<_f"__
j: HMS Pulton-st.. Bro-.kryii; 200Hu2_._">
Hoboken and Jersey City sutton. Lr* Tran*f*V?*__
Cny cull- fr and clieco* baggage front botau a_o _9*
?ceo to dertloatioo._ ^^^ "*
I. T., OHTARiaTWESTERTBi;
Train* leave foot ol Weet 424*st. a* Mlowt, la mmmml
rarli'-r froni Franki in-at.: ?"??aeoje
Ti-jJ A. M. (daily except Sunday) fer Wain-iii v_i_.
J'.. K. buuo.is. Middletown. Mien-lite, sNilaburg LlhJSf
Carbondale. Scranton, Walton. Delhi, binney. __-?X?
Utica, lloiue, uneida, Fulton. Uswegn. "??rwi%
Bil-) P. SJ, (except sunday i, sullivan Co ?_
(or Wallklll valley Railroad stations, T?mpt^**"!H>?
M.dll.toivn, Elleuvillo. MounUlii Dal-, cen travia. *r_S*
|.-,rs. Hu:le>_llle. Lihoity la-,, Ltt-ertyTPaTsart-o?^
Livingston Manor. ' -""-a. sod
yiW P. SI. i-laiin Middletown. -ummltvliie. p_j_
bur?, Lil.crlj. Llvlii-.-ston Manor. Rockland, Waltoo, a_F
ney, Norwlrh, Oneida, Fulton. 0-.ii.-ao. *
1\\h P. SI. dany, wa Murara Fall*. Kecllnlae *__.
rm (scala ii"') N'Mv-Vo.-k ta Niagan Kaila. ilaiVS
pullman *IbBBOIi Now.Vrrk to t l.lcago. Am voa SSS
9:40 p. m.. Chli-aro. 7:10 a. m., St. Louis. 8:00 Dm*
Tickets end Pu.mun a'-connnorlatloiis st ?71 Br.Jid?s?
New-yoik I ran tor comj-any calls for and ohecks -*_?__
lo destination. ?*""Bo*SB
J. C. AMOKMOBt, li. P. *
_BU Beaver St.. New.TorS.
(Dcciin Steamers.
INi ERN AITON AL NAVIGATION COMVaAA^^lAXt\\\
Mmm&m loos
estel aol'ru A**-.ton,
EJlllng rrom Nen-York etty, Plas 43, North Rivi*.
Shortest and most eaoveuMH route to London. '
No transfer l.y tc-nd-r. No tidal delay*
Close connection at Soutiiainptf? for ilaire end Para
bv -pedal fast twln-orrow Chai.-icl ateaiuera.
Paris..Nov. -29, io a. m. I New.York.Dcc.il, 8 30?*_
U.-riin. I).,-, o, | a. m | Part*.D.-c. 20, 3 p, _J
first eBMa peaces*, to sotithainiitou. London or IItv-_
"?r.o and epwara; s<-, ..nd cabin $3-'. and uplrard *--cur?
lag to sreart.er. Stc->ri.?r- at lon- rates. "
(MOD ?TODS D=QK__E
IOU AA i iv - UP.
"?rot,: pier adjoioinit I'eiu.a. lt. H., Jersey ?lty.
IU1YNLAND.Wednesday, N iv. ai. I0;0o a. m.
BELUENLANO.Saturday. Dec. 2, 1 p. E
r rat rabin. OoO sud t,p?ara. Second cabin to ABB.
werp, +J*-. Btoerage at lon rates.
IN-l'RN AITON AL NAV13AT10N COMraNT
_H IIOlVlil.SU I-IIKK.V.
A-NOKTH ("KKMAN LI.OVD S. S. CO. "
? -1I0KT ROUTE IO LONDON,
NLVV-VuuK, SOCTIIAMPTON, BHi.ME.V.
I'A-T EXf-KE-a BTEAiaEKh.
I ir.t l nlflit, *7ii an.! upararJ. Becund Cabin. fM't and Oil,
All-r. Tues.,Nov. 2H. v an. | Uavel, Tn.-. l>c.lS, ti *.m
Saale. Sat.. Dt-c. 2. lo a. bi, i A11?i. Tuc*.. D.c. 2ft, uooo.
."*iin-e, Tue*., De.. 6, 7 o. ra. | i ibe. Tu- -. Jan. 2. J n m.
i lave, .-al.. !>???? H. S a. Bi. Weimar. Tues.. jan,o, tj , ?.
Lal.n. Tues . I--", f*. 0 B.IU. Tmvc. I'i.-.. Jin. || U00f.
MI.DITEllItANKAN- LIB hm
New-Yorg to uibraltar, uesoa, Naples.
I ulda. Dec. '.ilnlda ... .lan. ^7 Waiter....Birch 17
W'rra.1>c 30 Kalan. Keb. In Werra....March 24
Kaiser? ..ian. o Spree- .... tao. nrmua.April 7
bprce .Jan. lt; iniii ..Morrb :i
TU Till: A**OKi*-.
Tl." fast e\pre-? st. ain, r "-lire " nf the North Orman
Lloyd v -. Co., In,-., ian. IB, and Sat.. Vb. 17, fr*B*
N'.iv-V rk to i,.I,,,.i. will stop ii "*,nn Mlgsel, Azores, ta
I uni paaaengj ra fer (bea* islands.
_OKLKICIIS t CO. 2 Bowling Orson.
^ - CLYDE LINE. ~~~
CUARLEBTON, t>. t'., thc -ouUi and SouthwCfS*.
J Ai !*..V>.\ \ ll,Lr. and-a.. I-. ula points.
I-rom ll r ?.".?, I-., ll. tfo.l ol HooBOVSimLL 3 p. ffl.
CHEROKEE, . barlaelaB _ Jackaeov..-Meaoay, N->v. S7
?l.in..V?.i IN, < Marleston _ Jackaenv-, W.-d.. Nov. ?
yEMAJBBEE, Caa*. B Jacksonville.Prldiy. Dec.i
au Measeir* hsve iit-t- noa* BaaaeoaM *<?? om mooan Den,
WM. P. CLYDE _ CO., Oeneral AgcnU.
li Bon ling uren. N. T.
?LA. CENT. '. PF.NN. KAST V. t P. LIM-, i la JA. ka
.in'. SO. Kill'. A; PASS'K LINE, Ma UIAHL-KYTOIJ.
T. 'I. l-.UKlt .-ni AjTt.. 37'J H'nsr. N. Y.
A ?HOLT LAND EXCURSIONS!
.A. Leave Nefr-Teek Ja". IS. aud Keb. 17, 1SS4.
H. i.a/.I' t- son'**, in Brendon*-, jr. Y. (E?t. 18444
Odl-ial Ticket Airerns for i hlef Trunk llae*.
lT- WHITK STAR LINE.
IlMB-BlB. Nov. SBAlfABBM. I -AdriaUc....Dec. 27, 9 a. m.
?Mi?J''-*'t'c. Dec. ?, 1:10 p.m. I ir. rina':lc. . Jan. I, -
Britannic ...Mc. IS. <? o. i?. I Britannic, Jan. 10, -
Teutonic De.*."JO 1:30 p.m. | "Teutonic, lan- 17, -
Kron" Whit- Star Ir * *. I o; >.r We.t lOth-at.
Saloon r:r.ee, -r'.D upuarl. a,. orltrig to sr-air.er est
Ip.atlon el be th. --ecoud cabin on tlie-e *t<-amer*. 04v
sud ?46. Mi-rfr**;* to or rrom th,- Old Countrr, 020.
tin. i'i liroainjr, Non-York, l'hl.ad Iphla oBice, 4Oe
\\ e,nut-st.
H. MAITLAND KF.r.SEY. Agent.
A - CUNARD UN'S.
ile TO LIVF.UPOOL VIA Qt*l__NSTOWN.
Lnihrla.Dec. 2. 1 p. m. I Aurania.. Iter. 'i'i, Spa.
Liicania. Dec. 9, U a. m. I L'nibrla....Doc. SO, ll a m.
i.trirla.Doc. 10. 10a. m. |
Krom Pier io, North River, foot of Clarkson-**.
Cabin pussai:e, *.'t.i and anoord. Second cabin. Ott eel
upi.aid, a-corlliie to steamer and location.
Steerage li-keta to and fr- m all parts of Europe at
very l?w rates. Fur fr. U-ht and tawtage apnlr ot tbe
loinisii, .'s oitico, No. 4 ll..,ill. j Hieeu, Nen-Yora.
VERNON ll. BROWN -k Co, Oeueral Agenu.
ANCHOR LINK.
__ UNITED STATUS MAIL STEAMSHIPS
1UR OLAIOOW Viv L O N D <) N D | B R T.
Praal i'i?r .-.i, N. lt.. ten ot fro**, -'lui-t.
I-"..ric-sta ..Dec. 2, 1 p. m. ' Ethiopia....Dec. 10, ll o. tt.
. ai..ii, -lit and upnard, -o, ,>.>a i?oin, *j.i.
0 terra a*, outward -.:(. Prepaid *24.
CABIN EXCURSION TICKETS AT REDCCRB RATES.
For .ir-itn. loora and oilier Infomotlon, anplv te
HF.VI)F.R.-ON III'.'?THi:il.S, 7 lion linc Oreen. Nen-Tork.
CtiAIPAC.NTK <;ENERAr.E"~Traac_tLi_tlqus.
I'KF.Ni ll LINT! TH HAVRE.
I.a BRETAONK. Collier....Nat. D-u*. 2. ll a. ni.
LA HOI Ki.il'.N'K, leh-euf._Sat.. Dee. 9, 6 0. Bl.
LA UASl'OONE, San tel 11.Sat.. Dc. ld. 10 B- BL
Kew.Tork to dlnraadria. F-ryiit via Paris, trip valid
SO day*: Kital ciaos, *1U0: *.inrt.?-i*s?. $110.
A. I-HOKT. Oaosral Agent. No. B Bowling Ore ra.
nots'Me steawieim,
Sailings from CAII'.O for tho
FIRST and SEiOND CATARACTS of th* NILS
every fen iliy-i during tne *eaM*ii. Flrat departure. Na
v?uber 14.
SELECT PARTIES TO PALESTINE
leave New-Tork faa. 4. lt, Feb. io. 17, M. mtv. I aaa*
14 (for Greek Eaatrt In Jer-.isa'.emi.
Hertl* pto-rnimrn.'. and Infomotlon from
TH08. CO'M< t SON. 2?1 and l/?ib ll road way. M. T.
C0LD1IBL-N LINE.
NEW-VilRK-rOLON.
Panama, South Pa ?-.-.'. ? Central Amerlco, *
M-xIc . and California.
VIA PANAMA RAILROAD.
Sailing-, from Pier 34. foot of fanal-at.
CITY OF PARA.W.-lnesday, Nov. ITS, neon.
Ni-; tv port.Mondav, Dec. ll. noon.
COLOMBIA.W-dueeday. Dec. 20. noon.
For fr>-i.-iir. piusage and general information apply te
U><* Qene al Aron*-.
8TAMr*0''D PARRY ITF.RRON _ CO.,
8*i HOOdwwr. or Pier foot Cons!-""*;.. N. R.
ANADIAN~PACIFIC~STEAM8HIP8 TO
JAPAN AND CHINA.
NEW-YORK TO JAPAN IN 17 DATS.
Intended saillm*-. fp>m Vancouver:
EMPRESS ol' (ll I NA.December ll.
EMPRFJSS OF INDIA.lanuary 8.
KMI'lli-.-- ol-'JAPAN .. . February!.
. V. SKINNER, EVERETT FRA?"__i,
OonT I-Ust'n Agt, China and Japan rtelgBt Ast.,_
BAB Broadna-.*. N. Y ??? Wall-st.. N. T.
c
QDaraE3*"(!BKlDEia,
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
?team-re leave San Francisco:
iif.loic.Nov. so, a p. au
PERU-..'??.Dec. 9, 8 p. m.
<n F.ANIO.Dec. 19. Ipa
CXTT OF RIO DE JANERlO.De,*- 28, 8 p. Bb
i.Ai.LU".Jen. a, 3 p. ra.
For freight, poosbfi anJ general Information apply le
843 Broadway, or 1 Battery Pisco. Washington liu-dlng.
and VT Uroadnjy. ^^____^_______________,
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
rrom Non York, W.duesdjy. Friday and Saturday.
IrOlt, UNAS. li-OHl'lA AND FLORIDA.
Through tickets to all pour- in Texa*. Colorado. D"?Sk
AM/oi.u, Calilornla. Mexico, *c. Oeorfla, lr lorida, aaa
Havsua. Cub*, excellent uaaaenfer o.con.-oa^oo*.
Wi.te lor our u-i-i<i?e lox) Manual imolIc-1 _?*?_?
C. H. MALLORV ft CO.,Ocn. ?*a^'^'l--?J?,_luJ*.-JLI?i
M" EDITERBANBAN EXPRESS
LINK TO ALi.iER.-, NAPLES AND OENOA.
i .iiiinuia. Nov.30.10:30 a.m. j -Columbia. Jan. *\ ?_**_??
Noriiiaiiiiia.Dec. lt, a a. m. | Norinanula. Jan.l8 2:SO ^la.
Extru auaroef Oellert. Dec-n.b. r '.'I. S a-ni
?CuliimblB. Jan. 4 TO ALEXANDRIA, EOlPr, Via
ALGIERS AND NAPLES.
ORAND ORIENT EXCPRSIOW- --__.
Pucrst Bi?uiar<"k from New-York Feb. I. *94, lp O10~_
ur. Alu'lcr*. (leno*. Ajacelo, Alexandria (Oalro and
Pvramlds). JaTa (.lcr-i?ai-i.il. Snur-ia. Con*Wntlaopli?.
Athen-., Malta, M***!na, Palermo, Napl-J*. Oonoa, Ness
York. DuratlO'i 05 doy*. .
Send tor ltlu-<tratod Pamphlet aid TiMVolier** 2UI. '
iii, an ei* leave from Hamburg vier*. Hoboftsn, N- J
BAMBI Ri. \MI-ItlCAN PACKET CO, 87 B'way. N. T,
(\L D ~D 6 MTN ION LIN B.
*/Steamers for NORFOLK. PORTSMOUTH. Ol*
POINT COMFORT and NEWI-ORT NEWS rpnnei-tiss
for VIP.01N1A BEACH. PETEKSBUKll sad RICH?
MOND. VA., and WASHIN-TON. D. 0.-Tu*_. Wed.,
Thur., ami Sot. Foi Richmond vin JAMES RIVER
Wcil. and Sat. For WEST POINT. VA.-Tu?e.. Thura.
and Bat. From Mer 20. nev.- No.. BJ, R.. foot Boach.st.,
St 3 p. m. Tlirough tlckcU and rreii"ht rate* to all P?Ste
Souik and West. W. L. UU1LLALDKC. Trafllc MaQaSOr.
KED " l>" LINE OF STEAMSHIPS.
11)11 I.A OUAYRA. PUER 1*0 CABELLO. CVlUj
CAO. CAKHVlNi. ALSO MAILS AND PASSENOa-WI
for maracaibo, Ma curacao.
PfEllREPONT STORES. BROOK LYN- , _
K. 8. CARACAS.Tuesday. Dec. 6. *? _? ?
S. S. VENEZUELA.Thursday. Dec. 14, 1 p- ?.
S. S. PHILADELPHIA.Siturday, Dec. 21. 1 9- *.
These AaswiCBB -te?iushl|>?. t.ullt expn-saly for IM
trade, hove verv Miis*rlor arconinu-daUons for BBaaoBfora.
FOR MAltACAlUO-FRElOHT ONLT.
S. S. MARACAIBO ..V-^*-^'-.-^
A Steamer .Wednesday. Dee. SI
BOULTON. BLISS ft 04Ud__i\
Oeneral Manasora. IBS rreoooo
SAVANNAH LHta-rOUB 8TKAMER8
WEEKLY rrom New Fler 35. N. R-. foot ct* 8priBS^.
8. S- CITY OP BIRMINaHAM^Monday, Nov. M, ls. SI?
8. s. NACODtTIF.K.Wcdiieoday. Nov. to. SS- BS
8. S. TALLAHASSEE.?rMav .Dec. I. Ba BB
8. M. I'lTV OF Al'OI'STA.Saturday. Dee. -*?>-?
Corai-ctlnB Hitit CeritrsI Railroad of OeorsiB aad ea?*;
Bah. Florida and We?tom r^lway fer ell isloujl
oi:6ruia, fm>bida. soutb carolina. AtaIaMI
and louIs-jana. Un*urpaa*od accomroc4at?^a. s*uss
clea* taola d'hote. For tralrhtj**?l aO'^eajgolrto
J. D. HA8HAOEN, W. H. ?K*Wj__?e^*"l-*
E**t. Art. S P. snd W B*y. UWehttntMO,
B. _. walker^ A?es? Oeeea S?aas_S_t fr*. MR
nat I*. BetARBirto.

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