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NEW BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS.
"Camps, Quarters, and Casual Placea" (The Mac
?nlllan Company? Is a collection by Archibald
Forbe. of re ent magasine articles from his pen.
They Include the record of exp?riences In the
Pranco-G?rmun war and of critical studies In the
Crimea and about Waterloo, as well as bits of
travel In various parte of the world. All have the
energy and vlvitlness characteristic of Mr. Forbes.
Other military experts may disagree with his views
upon the warfare of the future, but they will all
agree that he puts hla opinions In the best powlble
light.
In .pite of the Information respecting Columbus
that ha? been gathered In recent years by various
investigators, there is nothing to take the place
of Irving'? biography as n literary masterpiece
worthy of the theme. The details upon which dle
cuaalon has b?2en rife, for exampl?;, as to the
famous letters, hardly changes the aspect of the
narrative to the general reader. Among the special
attractions of the new edition brought out by
the Putnwns is "The Authentic Portrait of
Christopher Columbus," from a painting with a
well-ascertained history which Is now In the pos
ae.slon of W. H. Bradley, t'niled States Consul at
Nice.
"Through Kgypt to Palestine." by Lea 8 Smith
(Fleming; II. Revcll Company), is one of those
books which are more interesting to the authors
and the authors' friends than to the multitude of
readers. It requires special learning Of a high
order to add much to the fund of genera) knowl?
edge respecting Kgypt and M'est? rn Asia. The
hook Is an agreeable narrative of travel, and Is
well Illustrated.
It i. not e.sy to share the admiration which some
people have feJt for the minor writings of Schop?>n
hauer. Like his disciple. Von Hartmann, he is too
grave for the light essay. He lacked the most at?
tractive element? of humor, and his Irony is more
severe to its victims than pleasant to the ordinary
reader. Still, one who has become interested in the j
great works of Schopenhauer will always find that
the minor writings have their place in the general
scheme of a philosophy which was a. much a
record of Individual experience as of abstract
thought. "The. Art of Controversy." a% translated
by T. Bailey Saunders (Macmillan & Co.) will be
found to cast a strong sidelight on much of Schopen- i
hauer's own controversies, and these were not few.
His definition of dialec?c as merely "the art of get?
ting the best of It in a dispute" suggests the temper |
Of much of the essay. One ha? to remember tho |
application of the term in h!? time to discover the
peraonal animus of Schopenhauer.
Harper & Brothers have added to their Stridents'
Series 'The Students' Lyell, a Manual of Elementary
Geology," In which Sir Charles Lyell's "Manual"
has been taken as the basis of a new work, with
material from other writings of the famous author
and with revision by John W. Judd, profeeaor of
geology and dean of the Royal College of Science.
?Londen. In spite of gr-at additions, and In particular
a vast number of new illustrations, there is In the
volume a look of kindly reminiscence of the old
fashioned works on geology. It is hard to see how
the book could be made more compact than it 1?.
Among recent additions to the "International
Education Series," editenl by W. T. Harris, I'nlted
States Commissioner of Education, are a historical
study of the school system of Ontario, by the Hon.
George W. Ross, Minister of Education for the
Province; "Teaching the Language-Arts," by Pro?
fessor B. A. Hlnsdale, of the University of Michi?
gan, and "The Intellectual and Moral D? velepment
of the Child" (Part 1), translated from the French
of Gabriel Compayre, by Mary E. Wilson. The
Serle? Is published by P. Appleton & Vo.
"8chool Interests and Duties" (the American
Book Company), by Robert M. King, of the Indian?
apolis High School, assumes the main task of
parents, teachers and pupils as already provided
for, and so turns to topics that are less direct, but
equally Important, such as school architecture,
hygiene, libraries, morals, etiuuette, celebrations
(particularly those of Arbor Day) and the business
of Institutes and reading circles. These are treated
With the eympathy of one to whom thoy are a life
atudy.
G. P. Putnam's 8ons have Issued a second edi?
tion, with new material, of "The Question of Copy?
right," compiled by George Haven Putnam, secre?
tary of the American Publishers' Copyright
League, and first published In 1891. Tho years
slnoe 1891 have been marked by special activity In
thla matter, and the new edition covers the history
of this, whether It relates to eases In court, to
legislation or to the discussions of men Interested
In the ?ubject.
The Arctic region has so nearly given up Its
i secret that the narratives of modern explorers
' are losing their romantic cast. For the charm of
the thing one must, after all, turn back occasion?
ally to the pages of the earlier adventurers. Not
only the love of adventure, but the memory of a
past pleasure will be revived by Houghton, Mlfflin
& Co.'? reprint of "An Arctic Hoat Journey in the
Autumn of 1854," by Pr. Isaac I. Hayes. It recalls
not only the later work of Pr. Hayes, but also the
achievements of Pr. Kane with that record which
practically Introduced all America to the subject
of the Polar regions.
H. A. Querber has added a new volume to bis
lengthening list of myths and legends in the "Le?
gends of the Middle Ages, Narrated with Special
Reference to Literature and Art" (American Book
Company). There Is much here of the Arthurian
cycle, and of the class from which Wagner drew
his themes; but there Is also more than a glimpse
of the stories of Dietrich and Charlemagne, of the
Norse tales and the Gothic romance of Spain.
Mr. Guerber's work will not be cited as authori?
tative, but it will stimulate interest in his theme.
An Interesting little book published by Macmillan
ft Co. 1? "The Education of Children at Rome,"
by George Clarke, Ph. D. Within the limits of 168
1 pages Dr. Clarke has managed to give nearly all
the accessible Information on schools In Rome
without aeemlng to overburden his essay with de?
talla. _
Both the great English royal tragedies, that of
the Plantagenets and that of the Tudors and
Stuarts, aio represented by way of episodes In the
Rev. A. J. Church's "Stories from English History
from Richard II to Charles I" (Macmillan & Co.),
with many of the popular heroea, Wat Tyler. Jack
Cade, Harry Percy. Glendower, 8ir Walter Raleigh
and the rest who add the picturesque element to
what were, on the whole, gloomy times.
The most characteristic thing In Professor O. F.
Emerson's "Brief History of the English Lan?
guage" (The Macmillan Company), aside from Its
minute attention to detail?, I? the energy with
which It opposes those who think that language
to be pure must avoid all borrowing, If possible.
Professor Emerson marks a very complete reaction
from the Anglo-Saxon movement of a few years
ago. Evidently. In his opinion, it I? too late for
English to reverse the practice which has made it
the most varied and the moat resourceful language
in the world. Profeasor Emerson's hook Is Intended
for schools; but. In the absence of his larger work,
H will be found 'j.eful to every one Interested In
the theme.
With hi? plentiful hair lightly parted somewhere
about the middle, his beard of slightly foreign cut,
and ?oft. exprenslve eye?. Du Maurler bore a strik?
ing resemblance to another famous artist In the
person of Alma-Tadema. Sa close was the
likeness. Indeed, that mistakes on more than one
occasion are said to have been caused thereby.
Thu. the story In told how In one instance a young
lady who went up to the man she thought Pu
Maurler with the request that he would add his
name to her collection of autographs, remarking
at the .ame time on the stupidity of r>eople who
confound-*! him with Mr. Tadema, was bet-Mil
confounded by perceiving when he had gratified
her requeat that the signature he had written was
that of "L Alma-Tadema." From his father he in?
herited a beautiful tenor voice, while a passion for
music came to him from his mother's side also.
The "semi-grand" was one of the most indispen?
sable feature, of his home at Hampstead. and
there Is little doubt that he might have made a
name in the mualcal world had he devoted his
energise m that direction. In fact, hi? earliest as
plratlona were toward the operatic ?tage, but his
parente did not encourage him therein.
Throe little hooka In quaint white ornamental bind?
ings are pubU.hed by Henry Altemus, Philadelphia.
They are "Why Americana Dislike England." by Pro
faaaar George Burton Adam*, of Tale; "The Origin,
Meaning and Application of the Monroe Doctrine."
BT Prcrfaaeor J. B. McMaater. of the University of
^?atswid-ft-tnla. and The Higher Education ss a
far Buetneas," by Harry Prstt Judeon.
instruction.
(
For Young Ladles?City.
B0J&'DJ$!?i AND PAT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS,
a? FIFTH AVENUE. COLLEGE PREPARATION.
REV DR. ?nd Mr?. CHAR H. GARDNER. Prtaelpala
iomsto<k s< Htxti.. aathyaar.
82 West 40th.
?am'ly and iIhv s< -h- ? .1 tor ?irl?.
Primary department f..r boy* and girl*.
MIkn DAY and aflat RKKD, Principal?.
DAY SCHOOL Kill: gTrLsTs WEST KIP sT
All d?psrim?nt? from kindergarten t.. eolleg. pre
l_'?rat--.ry._LOUISE H. KELSET. A. It., Prln.-'.pal.
DE LANCET SCHOOL. TOR GIRL*.
IS WEST K-.TH ST.
I-ifteer.tn year Iteglna Dt-t .l.^r 1 Primary. Advanced
aad Onllerrtatt Dep'ts. Kindergarten fa Bin? and boy?.
KINDERGARTEN
of th? Msasts Wr?a?ts School Mr Girls ?\ East 74th
street, ?ill .pen October 7th. under th? chart;? of
Mrs p BCHWEDLER BARNES, circular* on application.
Tfoktrt' ct*??_in the ?rt-m.?.in_
MISS ANNIE niiOWN.
ROaRdtna %nt) pay school for girls
Primary, preparatory, academic, and mu?lc?l dtpart
rn?-nls. l-rejiaratli.n for roller?. Special couitet.
711 713-710 717 Kiith Avenut.
MISS CROCKER.
School for girl?. FrlmarT ?nd ?-v.nccd work.
Ci?*?e* for litt), toys. October 7th I? Ea?t Md Str-tt.
Miss VYALKERf s. inn u. us Madison Avcatj?.
Primar] ?nd Advanci 1 Cla*?? Pr?paration far CM
l-*-.. 1'. --: Qraduat? Claa? !<>:,--i November 1?'.
iss s |. lii.fii-.Mrs.
BOARDING \\P DAT .Si'HOOj, FOR girls.
M
M lbs M. E. RAYSON, H. A. Boardla? am! Day School
for Girl?. Small Cta?e?. Oolleg? Preparation.
Special ?indents H?iit.itt? .1. I7?t Waal TOtn Si . New Tork.
18S WARREN'S SCHOOL KOR ?IELS.
IOS Wut 8!*t-*t Prlmarr. Intermediate, Academic,
Class for l.'.vs in the I'rlmary Department.
ISS CARRIER'S SCHOOL FDR HOYS.
.2 Kast SOth-Kt ReO|?\n? Oct. I.
Manual training under eomptttai teacher?.
M
M
Miss "'.NS' ?CHOOL FOR GIRLS,
2f?th year. Primary an.! Advanced Claaasa rrepa
t rut Ion for all Cnlleir?-?. A ffw Liar llntr ?Chi.lart taken.
I Mr?. SARAH 11. EMERSON. Principal, ft.'. West 47th ?'.
M
1RS JACPONS SCHOOL,
348 Madison Ave.
Kindergarten. Coll??;. Preparation.
MRS. LESLIE MORGAN'S HOARDING AND DAT
School for Girl?. 13 ami IS West Krtth St.. New TOTt
City. Fi-..m Kindergarten thmiiKli ?'..lle.e Pr?par?t.try.
H-.me und Ctl?|strntllgt,
ISS WATSON AND MISS FORIir.S wl!? op-n on Oct
l?t t Pay School for Girl? at 18? West lOth St.. la
-.?.nnectlon with MISS WIU.KY'S lloro? Kchonl.
THE RCEL BTHOOU
(Eleventh year). 2? Kast SSth-ft.
Primary, secondary, lunlor. senior ?nd college prepara
ton- fleparlment?. Full rourse? In En?1i?h. French and
G-fmsn. ?mull .)|\lsl.>n? Insure lVDlVlPrAL attention.
Primary cl??? In charge of a teacher ?pei-islly trslne.1
for that work. Cla?? In draw In? and art work. Just !>?
(Unnlni, Votai rlam? ,i?n?nt?ry court.? ,.f ?Intuit, im
Plvlnif tone production, ?l?ht ?ln*,lni: and part son?, con?
ducted l>v Miss Jnel. from tlie R..v?l C.,n??rvatory .if
Pw?.l?n ?nd pupil af Mme. pestree ArtAt, Tarlt.
rpHB VELTIN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
"*? FIREPROOF SCHOOL BUILDING,
180 AND 102 WEST 74TH ST.
Reopent Oct. 6th. COLLEGE PREPARATION
THB MISSFS MOSES
BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FDR OIRLB,
NOS. 647 * 04? MADISON AVENUE.
NEW TORK CITT.
PrUntry Und. klnderatrten?. Intermediate, srademla
aad coilere preparatorr department*. Bpeclal 2-yti?
tours, for traduate* ist crammar tohonla
THE BRACKETT BCHOOt, FOR filttl-S. Ml Ea?t Slth
st.?Ml?s ELLEN E. LEARNED, Principal. Twenty
flftli year Offlr? hour. 11 to 11:4S.
Q1/? WEST SGTH STREET.? Knr/lt?1 ?nd German
?JI tl Pchot.l conlucted ?.y I.ucy C. Allen, reopen? Sep- i
lember 2?. German tsunh? by th* word ?nd sound method I
with phenomenal result*.
For Boys and Toung Men?City.
CHAP?N COI.I.EOIATF KBOTIU
Ktirll'h t"1^ nusskal. wltli Primary P?partment.
HKNRY HART?N I.'1IAP1N. I). P.. Ph. D.. Principal.
77th year open? Sept. 'J.1. 721 Ma.llton Ave. iWth St.).
(?OM'MRIA INSTIT'Ti: 270 W T'.'l' ST Collerlste,
Preparatorr. Pr'm.ry D?partaient?, npilnn.il Mili?
tai y l>r!il. i lararound.
EDWIN F .WI.KIl, M. D., A. H. Principal.
DR. I-:. I>. LYON S ? LAS8ICAL s'IIoot..
STii r.th-ave. Pupil? thor.ni?hi> preparad for coller?
or f.T bu?lne?s. Number limited to tl:lrty-five. Prlmstr
Department. Three re?ident pupil? received.
IRVING SCHOOL, Dr. L D. rtAi. S4 tVtJSl S4th-?t.
Prlmarr. rnliMl? *nd coSeRlate ilep'u.
Dr. Ray at t.ulldlnt: lally. S ti 4.
S h gol SOta in ?e?sl. n Year l?->ok on reo,u'?t.
VHE HELHCRN SCHOOU - Klnd?rrnrt?n. primary, in?
termediate. Reopened October 5th.
S3 Weat 90t:i-et.
For Boih Pexet..?City.
BERLITT. SCHOOL OF LANGCAGE3.
-Madison Stiuir? (?th ??. ?nd Rroadw?y>.^?
76 <3ourt HI.. Brooklyn, ?nd other ?trlnclpeil Amerlo. an
Europ. ritte? T?rm benln? now.
1>ACKARP'i? BVSINEaa COLLEGE
ANP SCH'.OT. OF STENOGRAPnT.
INPIVIPCAL INSTRUCTION.
STt'PENTS CAN ENTKR AT ANY TIME.
CALL OR SEND FOR I'ROSI'HCTl'S.
a 8. PACKARD. Pr?*ldent.
101. 10.1. )?, Fatt 23d St.
THE Kt'PHAI. SCHOOL of btT>gtl.S?., ?JO West 20th
?t. The only p?rf?.-t method f.r th? immediate acquire?
ment rf a foreign lonsu?. OltO Kurhal, Pb. D.. Director.
Musical Instruction.
The ONLT
NEW TORK CiNSKRVATORY ..f MUSIC,
112 F.AST 1<>TH ST..
BETVA'EEN 4T1I AVE anl HIVING PLArr.
THF. PAMOt'S Ml Sl'Wl. SCHOOL.
OPEN DAY AM' EVENING.for year? on 14th-et.
GRADUATES PROVIDED WITH POSmONa,
For P?vs ard Young Men?Country.
F AIRFIELD ACADEMY, HOHE SCHOOL FOR ROTS.
Kits for rotslnes? or coll?ge. 60 miles from New-York.
FRANCIS H BREWER. A. M.. Pun., FalrfleM. Conn.
MAPLEWOOD INST . (oncorilvi;;?. Vu 1207 p?r ve.r.
A ?ucrr??ful ?chool. One of the ?*?t to Infj?? with
eneriiv to wake u?. ?...y* lo th? duties of life. Roys pre
bartd 'for ?.est eotleaet. Under 13 v.ars ?l^n. Location
beautiful elevate.1 unii healthy. J. SHMRTI.IDGE lYsle).
A M. Prln._
R0CKLAND INSTITUTE Mrs** <*a th? Hefl??. N. T.
Preparatory ?chiol for Younir Men ?n.| Bor?. Plut
trat.il r.v.'rue of CAPT J WILSON. A. M.. Prln
ST. JOHN'S MILITARY SCHOOL. SING SING, N. Y.
An l?tal tefe "?. SO mii.-ite? from Grand Central.
)-rep?ratlon for Cotl..Ke and llvi?lne.? HENRT J. LTaLL
anl KMII. HENDEL, M. A. Piinrtpala_
THE PEEK8KILL MILITART ACADEMY P?ek?kllL
N. Y.?63d year. Send for lllu?trnt?d catalo|-u?.
Col. !/>ri!, H. ORLKMAN. Pria.
For Young Ladles?Country.
THE CAMRRIPGE SCHOOL,
A ?elect, privai? ?chool for trlrls. Best preparation
for college; ;nan> mur??? n'.t lea/nn? to collet*. Com?
fort? of home Mr ARTHUR OILMAN I? th* Dlrtctor.
Ctmbrldire. Mass.
v\
?ALMUT LANE SCHOOL.
Board?n?, Pay snd College Preparatory for Olrla Ui
opens Sept. 23.1. For circular address
Mr?. TIIF.OPORA B. RICHARDS. Principal.
Ml?s SARA LOC.SE TRACT A M. Associai*.
Germantown. Philadelphia.
Kuropo.
LADIES VISITING PARIS -French and piano letsons
br Mile d? Laprode. deplomed; 13, rut Montenuy.
Pul?
Miscellaneous.
THE STAOB.?Tal-rrted lalle? and rentl?men Instructed
In artlnir and as?l?ted in s'-'-urlr.g profesilonal en
tHtfement? r*la??ta f. - ??see rthta?*?. ? W' Inead?? ?nd
fUturdav evening? at 8 o cl ck. NEW YORK S'llOOL
OF ACTING, 2*5 Ka?; 23d .t., rootai r. T and 8.
?art Scliooh.
rpHE OaOOOD ART school ESTABLISHED 1877. ia
X E?*t 17lh-?t.--Special clashes In all branches of Art.
China fired dally. Illustrated Catalogue mailed frt?.
tZcoclicrs.
AN K.M-KKIKNCKIi TUTOR, Yaje ?rraduate. wlshe?
private pupils. Prtparatloa fur Cillege or business.
Lx.-ellent city -eferer.ces. Addle?? Y'ale. Uox 18, Tribune.
mUTOR.?A. Everett Stone (Yale). Mil Fifth-av.., .?
A. perlenced In collet? ptepatat.jry Instruction. Recom?
mended by Rev. Dr. Gr**r at "a conicleniloui snd coro
pttent educttor "
6tl)ool agencies.
AMERICAN AM? FOREIGN TEACHER?' AOENCT
tupplle? Prolessor?. Tesrhers. Tutors, Goveinetse*.
Ac. to Colle? ? School? ?r.d Families. Apply to
Mr?. M I. YOCNG-FILTON. 23 inlon Squar*.
Duucing ?tlioolo.
r 1 BORON Wallaces SCHOOLS,
UT I???lle rM>m?, Bad St. and II ulevurd, nnd
Hailem. mi s2 Weft l?Ulli Street.
Cla?s und private lullit.n. See circular.
II
PL ETCHER RIVERS. 'Tuxedo.'- 0.13 Mn.ll?..n-a-.* .
M?th-?t., ?.rani-he?. Ml I!r,ia<l-?t.. Newark; 401 Maln
Oranje; private and cla??.?. r.oW open.
11 OLORGE DODR'ORTH,
12 AND 14 EAST ?9TH STREET
CITASSES AND PRIVATI- t.ESSuNS
MEN'S CLASS COMMENCES MONDAY, PEC.
?ropocale.
pkOt?SAlM FOU TJ1K CONSTUrcTlON OF
* SEWERS.- OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS
D. C, Waahlntton. P. ('.. November ai. lMaV Seal.-.l
proposal? will l?e reee|y?.| at this office until 12 .>'.i... k
M.. N.vember Htlh. lxitl. ?at con?tnjrt;nK ?ewer? In
the District of Columbia. S[>ee|flcatlon? anl blank forms
of pr..p".al? may N> ?btulnel at this oflW. J \V.
R"SS GEoRGE TRUESDELL, CHAS, K. Powell.
Comml**lr.ner?, D. C.
Cost nnb ?onn?).
~f OST.-R-.nVb.Klt v.,. ?H7.770 G-f-nwic?- Savin?? liar'<
jLi ?4? tnd 24S S xth ?ve. V-w-Tork Civ. IVjrment
M #p d. Plea.?.- return to Bank
LOST?Bankbvk N\ ?S7.77' 'Irttenwl.-*- ?vln? HsrH
2.1 ?n1 2*8 S st -??-?.. N.w-T.rk City. Payment
?topped. Plia?, nturn to Bank.
REAL ESTATE.
Owing; to an cirur In filing th* l*g;al papers In the
foreclosure suit of the New-York City Ifaptist Mis?
sion Baelety aaalnsl tn* Tabernacle luptist Church.
Nos. MB to Ml Becoad-avi.. William Kennelly, the
! auctioneer, a; the Broadway K< ii Batata Saies
, rooaa yesterday adjourned ;n* sale of the .'hur.-t.
i property sine die. n will be offered asaln imm.-di
I at'-ly .liter th.- n-tlllug of the papera
There wre no ?jalea at the room yesterday. All
th.' parcels sr-ii.-diile 1 ?ere under foreclosure pro
rce.Uii^s, nnd their sale wn.-< adjourned to next w^fk.
It; AI. ESTATE TKANSl-'EitS.
Plke-rt, ? s.
Raphael Hurt
Henr. ?t. No
East Broadwaj
Division it, No
i '!? I n* ave, n
2S ft s of mh.1i?.m ?t. ir.x7i;
It* and wife t.. Hulls Jtoscnth?l.
i. ?am ' to same.
No lia. same ??. ?ame.
IBS; ?ame lo ?am?--..
?. IBB ft <? of l'r. s.i ?v-. u;,\
n? lxlt'.xie. :i. (?Aarle* Hender?..n and wife to
Edwin Krow* . 1.-T50
M'.i st. n s, '!??? f w of mh av. 2t?.?xll?2 2;
Olson Dickinson and wlf- I" Rachel McAiil'-y.
earbange prop? rtv and . 1
"to st. n ?, i.v. ft ?? t AveniM D, BOslOl, Twenty
f-.-irth Ward; Haddon Bteea lo Ang-lln? Poirier. 1
114th it, No 2u. K.ivt. Hum- W'-mf lo Joft-phln*
If. Nichols . 1
SStli st. N . .".:'..". East; Pater T llmnr.n and wife to
Frederick Walter* . 20.700
Wat*? st. Nos .".--o ?nd BBS; Hataarat Hi i.iughiin.
Individual, .ni ?? executrix, lo Bateaue-I
Qlauber . IT?TO
Tintnn ?va, ?r a, 244.9 ft ? of I'1Mb ?t. lVdx
135x1a, .4*125; II-I-n l'.-ir?h*n b, ?liarles Martlid? 1
Alien St. w s 7.". n n o? RlvlJlgtO* si. ll.S\ss ?.
Jullu? I't-vfus ?nd wife |o Hanne-l Well -t *J 1
Cornell* ?t. s -, Sm.11 it >? of lileerkel -t. 2.Y?-*
."-' llx2&2xtVi; Klon Wilson t, I.I//.'..' S St-.ck.-r.. 1
:i4th ?t. s s. 1(41 tl vv of 7th ave. l&MaOsltXSS
'."?'.'. Charle? m Chipman ?I ?) to charlotte M
' *hlpman . 1
Plot on rentra block, l?-Ue.n Sili and '-lit ?'?.
1II* 1 .'I ft v, . Tl. run? * lo.3x ? 2S.7I
n 1" ::x .- "J8.T; Mar) .1 fiordon lo A II I'otv- I
21*1 -I. No tOU M'est; Mai. .1 i?..td..n to ?am.-... 20.<??>
:i4;b ?t, s s. r?i ft .- of loi! .n*, ^".x'js.li; Henry
Adler, .is executor, to L?n* Mark-. M.dOS
TOth -i. > -, isn ft w of Central Park w<?t. ar.?
1018; I i "I. rtootiman -t al lu William T Evnns 1S..IMI
48th It, s s. 300 ft .- Of loth avc. .'17 '?xl"(> .*'. .lohn
Obiter and wife to Man Oeib. l
?4th st. ? ?. 9(10 ft .- Of lltb av.-, ?TSstaO.B; Mary
I'.en.-llv and another to Thon.as .1 MiC.uIr- .. 1
i Sotli ?t, ?. s, a?' fl 'v ..f Mi si r.lirn avc. 2.'.xll>2 2;
A.iam Cell, and wlf* 10 Sarah ('otter. I
&lii st. n ?, ir-.il ti ft w of nth ?v.-, laSalOB.B;
William .1 Ughl "t a] in Joseph lt"bin?..n. 1
SOI st. No 1.11 K.-t. William (i ltlru-1. r and wlf?
Ft,
OMh ?t. ? ?. 41.1 ft ? of IjexUVKtob ?ve. If? 7x
IttaJI; Harris MandelbBUDI M ?I lo Abr?h?m I.
Hookmas .
BFAh st, ? ?. 17.' ft ?? "f 2.1-ave. ?0S?OS.S; John V
I! Mailer lo Job* F II Mnlb-r ?nd wife.
112th st. s s. Inn ft e of r.th-ave, 2..XK'.' llxlilx
74 Id. Kat' Kn-bl'sh i" IVt.-r T"llm?ni? and wife
im ?t, N . 28ft East; RrMgei ?"."Men to Sigmund
? iiitfreund and another . 12.000
tarxlngton-av*. s . .mer llSlh-*t, IOO.IIsSB:
K.nili.ird l'r.-und and wife to Knn: M?ller and
anoi her .
I'l???ani-ave. w ?. Mi 11 ft ? of HOth-st. IB ix
7.*.. Edward V !.??>-* and ?if* I* William (?
I I?>*w .
12l"li-?t, n ?. IS-'t fl w of Manha.1 tan-ave. 17x
100.11: lletirv (?crken BBd wife la Henry Ott*n
?7tb-sl Nn ISO W?*t; lt?< h. I McAul-y to ' ir.soii
I'll kin?->n .??
Udth-et, n ? 2.H.14 ft w of 7th av-, iaS*SS.11;
Ch*Ul*S M Ctitpman et si M i*h?rl..tte M dille
man . ?
St Nicholas av-e, ,. ?. 7<l 10 ft n "f ISOth ?'. IB*
100; Th.ima? J llcOrJtN and wife t-> Mary I
I'.nn.llv and knottier .
Waahlngtnn-a?/*, .- ?. Mb-diviokm, f?o 2, perl lot
4'.i. m?i' M' irisaJna. Sophia Van Axt- t. Au?
guste t Kunti .
Wallon-are. ? s. 4*2.8 ft n of ISOth ??. IS I'xOi 10
xltllxW.T; lt..1st' V Harrows t i S H RalTOW*
Ok den are, w -, 2T.". ft s ol I'-v.n- ?t. "?*. *10n;
Hgd.n BY? vv s 2dn ft s of lievoe ?t. i'uH".
I, nla !> ll.i-i.ck. e.fer".'. t. c,,rn.-lius 1
Kiniislllil. ** Ill-tee.??- n."0"
Btebblns*ve c coi IflOth -t, 41?xl0?.m??rTBtlOO;
Henry D Tiffany *nd wlfe.tn Rlmlr* M Uleker
??"in . .
V?nd-rbil? av-e ? s. lot BB, mar Till?** I pper
Morrlfanla, -?'>IB0; William H Uesaretl lo Lesrts
K"" lim Ir.
C.rani av.-, .? s. ^s,. fi i, .f iVnir.l *ve, L*!''.' 0*
;;.*.:.\,'.*',:i.:t?'.4 :i (Justar* a Ra**r? ki and wlf?
to A M Macla).
I'1'.t m -.'4th Wi,,.| ..n w ? Itiv-i-i.i!. av*. eoataln*
1 447 i.niu acres; ..:--. Y ? ' is- ? R - I, eenira
lmc. adj dnlna ' ?ut* if Willi im '' v'- ? ' i
l.V.xlO.IWl.MiVi l;;-..r ?ib- e.e vv I ng
land foin.'Th ..f Jam?* it Whiting iSOxttS?
ir..*.xi77. s.in el w it. i ird? and wif? m Ia< *
Ronbera .
I...-- i:i7 ml ISa. Rlnck B, m?p of Hit? n r
Rose; Hudson P i:? and wife to Mtehael J
Caray .
lyit? in to IS sad If* map ?rd?s :-- i-m will
lain nppenhelm and wife t-. Laur? M V ntain*.
I, ? .'s? n ?p f M er.? ??tat*: Plnbar M ?rtlrien
)(?>
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1
1
10
1
1
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1
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l
l.inr?
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t . Mary McA O Bi
1
HEOtlUI.P MORTOAOn
Ar-itle. i:::;ba!et. to Annl? S Anatil?. N'? IfJ
and II!' Ea*l ISth it. Sa H t" 4,*. living I.
alsi * ? 7?ith s?. -'. ft " of ?liuti-r lain ?ve. <\*
rn.in.l . ITO.oor,
r.?rry. Jarnos T. and wlf? to It b?rt M Une?. ? n
l.'Uth st. 100 fl a of s- Ann'* ?v?. 4 m risa?-?
3 ?mni. ,.? 4"0.?i
IV.hK Edward c. 10 ?tl* 'i'isr*!!:.-? ai i Tru?t
Company. ? s 4tb st !>;', e. f- s .f I ? .1 - . - - LSOO
O.it.-r. Barah, t. adatn Oeil l ? BOtl -t. -??> <?
w ..f Amsterdam ?v.-. 1 \.?r. 4'?O
Cbvlnato, Ouldltta, ?? Maria Ellen, r. ? n?rh ?t.
118 ft w ..f Park ?o. ?; m -nh? .... .... ?.<???
Pbhi? t.. ?une, n ? MMh st. I?? ft ? ..f l'?rk ?v?.
?I month?. .,, t. '?Ki |
lu. kers.n. Elmlra M, t- Henry 1) Tifr?n>. n
n^r .f S'.l.i.ii- ave nri I l'Un', -- i ,-- I.SSS
Potv. Alvah H, (? Mary J fJordc* ? ? SIM *t,
Ils 1 f ? .f 7tl. ave. 1 v-.ir . 6 l*e?
I>ent .n. Henri M. and ?if? t. Il*nrj M nr*a
than, r ? ISBth -t. :i47 ?'. ft w ..f .-,i?, u?-*, | v??r 1? (??>
17^-aris, William T. t i Ju- .t. Boiskman, * ? V
?t. ISO ft w f Ontral i'?r>? w??- ,*. raani TOSS
Pain? lo I'miM H ? ? .t,?n. s-,m- pr party, ?'? year* t.OSO
Plaaagan, John, tnd wlf? t 'n-i^ ....-..-.?? ?ad
Trust rompanj ? ? nw ol Am-????; .m ?v?
and t??i?i ri ?i a year* ?o r/m
?i tillen Henry, *nd ?if.- t" Jam** >hr**nd?r
n ? 14Hth st. 12.'. ft w f \-i. t.r'.Min m? I year I "??
Henry, Edward, ? Alexandei Mclntyr?, n ?
ISdth st. 177 '1 fi W Of f i '.barii It- s.',. .1 v.-?r? 10.000
Hearken, Sophia, l v Wat? n ? ? Ml
av.- :? v fi n of SBth ?(. a veara 2<) oor>
Howard, Ann lt. t.. "nil* OaaraatM and Trust
i' .ri.?i?iny. \. it l^tfay?tt? Place, 1 rear*.. If..eon
Hafer?, ' hrhrtlaa, ?nd ?if? to I? ill F?*??r ?o
410 W**l .'(7th -t. f> y ?rs. 4.??>
Irwin. Iiridget T. Anna E ..nrt Jam** 1!. r.. Nf.ry
M. Julia A and Harriet 1, K'bt. n w r..rn. r
!/>xln,(ton ave ai. I 117tn ?' ?< \--ii?. 2.'?on
Knltrlm, Ijswla, jr. ? Tr?m nt iiuilim?.- ?nd l>?n
Asaoclatlon, ktyrtl* ?v--. now Vartderbllt ?ye,
????' of : ?' SB, niuli I'i'ie-r Morrls^jii?. In. .,
m?nt?. B.S0S
Kunlx, A'lttu-ti K, to S-'tihU Von Axt?. ? ?
W**hlnfjt<>n a\.-. part ?ubdlvlstoa 2 . t ?'.'. map
vllinif- ..f Mnrrlaanla, Twentj third Ward, l
yea?. |,iss
Kr,?H. Edwin, and ?if? to William T Kr-.?s.
n ?- Crot?n* .u-, IBS ft - f Pi ?upe? i ?v*. n
Mark*. L*na, t. Harry Adler, n ? ?e4th-*l, v??
ft ? of loth av ?, i y*ar..
M-ik!..nn, Praacl* J, and wif? t. Ore*nl**( k
Sheridan, n ? - mor loth ?r* *nd laih ?'. s
Veal? .
M?ller Emit, ai i Attauai <' Krai?,, to Max ?nd
Rernhard Preund, n . ...m?r ij*?ington av? aad
llSth *t, 2 rnortaagri l ur.
0*c..nn -r. Richard, and wife to Th .m.w tVC ?
aor, n m comer Aleaander-a?/* ?nd UBth-at,
?'t yai?.
0*Rrl*n. Mary McA, to Cell* piamond, it BB4,
map of Mcuraw >-et.,t.-, a*ar V** s?s? station,
1 y??j-.
riri.r. Angelina ?nd Laurent, t. Haddon St??n,
n ? 7th st. IBB fl ?? "f Av.-iiu? I'. .1 \e-?rn.
Rloharrl?, BamuH W. and Wlf? lo .lac.,i, Romberg,
w ? ctiui. a t or Klng*t?rtd*j*-av*, .17 ft n i f
line of Ail?--? i: Putnam, i yaai .
Shepherd, Oeotrg*. and wife to the Broadway Sav?
ing? Instllullon, vv s .1.1 ave, (.an |..t 24. ?nap
of Morn?;, nla, n months.
Si?inl.rinK. Bernard II. and wire to 'b,I,'?.-hml.lt,
Raehraca a- Co, n ?? com** Topping and I*m
y*. .'{ v?ars.
St'.'ker. I.izzle S. to Adella I Price, * ? Cinellr?
ft, ?XM.11 ft ?? "f iii'-e 1er-ii, ,?i yean.
Schiel, h. John, and wife to lvt?r l"-Iger, ? ?
!'3d st. ISO ft w of 1st ave (N*., BM bk*4), .^
year? . .
fhi. Augiuit. and wife to Hellmuth Kranich, ??
iriSd-st. 17.'. ft w of Courtlandl ave, ;t rears....
Weyrlch, Ferdinand ?', t? Mary i; H.>u?mnn. No
2.1?I Hle*'-ker-?t. lo yeai*.
r.io
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I'.III.HINri W.AXS Flt.KI).
Th? followln plan? for n?w building? were filed y?M*r
day:
New- building?, main office:
"th ?t. No f4. f.r a live Mot? brick f|?t, by
J..e?jih I, H?tten?, tser. of No 2:t7 Ku?t i?Oth-?t.
"wior . (Liimn
47th st, ? ?. 4<hi ft ?? of pith uve, for a llv.- ?tr.ry
brl'k flat, by John Fr*|,!?l, of No f.lfl IVest
IBSth ?t, <.wn*r. 2?,0ftr)
Alteration?, mnln ortlee;
llBtb -st. Bas?, N. IB, to ? flv? ?torv brbk flat.
by Albeit ii Bulunaa, ?.f Ne IS Baat 72>i ?t.. . 4,oor?
Droome t. No li'M. to ? ?Ix-?lory brick ?tabl?
and workshop, bv Adam HoppH, of No (16 Ea?t
Bd st. owner . ?in
I>-nox av?, No 11*1, to a tbr?? ?torv and basement
brick dwelling, by Isaac Wlili?, of So \\*\
i?-nox-?ve, owner . 2n,)
NOW building*, uptown t>mnch:
Bt Ijawrence av?, w ?. M ft n of Merrill ?|, for
a two ?lory frame dwelling, by M .1 Caray, ad
dres? emitted, owner . 2,.*?rv>
No plan? for alteration? were filed at th? branch otllce
yetterda)
unction Sales of ?cal (Petate
WILL SKI.l. AT Pini.IC AffTION ON
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1896,
at It o'clock A. M.. on the premlae*.
? limited portion cf th*
ASPINWALL-W00LSEY ESTATE,
KNOWN AH
" CLin^rVOOD," LENOX, MASS.
"CUinVOOir I? ?ItiiBted on the hlgheit ground In
Ijeno?. with beautiful view? of Laurel Ia,k? Rtockbrtdc?
Howl. Ihe S?ll?bury Hill? CJrey UtCk, the (ireen Moun?
tain?, tb* Catakill?. Urii-ber ?nd Wa?hlr.gt.,n Moun?
tain? etc.. etc.
It !? ?on?id?red Ihe m"?t desirable property m the
Il?-k?hlr? HUh, nnd consist* of four hun.lr.-d and fifty
a..?? with about nln<- mil-? of ?venue?; purchasers will
lave rlg'o? of way over ?u.h avenue?.
Th- property offer?d will be ?old In parcel? ,.t from
?bout flv? lo ?wenty nv? ?ere?. (?..120 |
Kur:her Irformatb n may be obtained from Mr Head
V Tine It, Sew York City.
Heal fcotatc.
riANIi THE CAT CAM! PACK'
/* to t*;. u* of
r turn of pros? r:y. 'orna along
-? ?.- ??? ..??rd tim?? any mo e, ?nd w? ?.in
?el you s hora* In N*? Yo'lt or N*w-J*r?*v J? tZSi
(titg proflcrtn fot ?alc.
BOTH AMKRICA* BASKMKVIS.
314 WEST72D ST.
HIGH STOOP. LAST IXSOLD OP FIVE.
ALL FINISHKI) THHOIGHUIT IX TIIK BEST
MANNER.
INSPECTION INVITED.
Send for descriptive pamphlet to _____
OWNER. IIKNRY K. COOK. AHCHITECT.
2S4 COU'MBI'S-AVE.. COR. 721) ST.
(to Cet -for Business Purposes.
CHOICE OFFICES TO LET
IN
TEHPLE COURT.
R1I.AM? ?V WHITING. Aarrnta.
On ?.remite?. S to 9 Beekmtn St.
Wnfnrnisljfb 1\partmcnts ?To Cet.
APARTMENTS.
WEST EM) AVENUE*
Corner 70th Street.
Seven and eight large and light
rooms. Elevator service, electric
light, steam heat and hot water
included in rent.
Kent s $1,100 to $1,000.
Open daily, including Sunday.
D. I>. BKANDT,
Agent on premises.
APARTMENT HOUSE.
615 FIFTH AVE.
?BET. SsTH AND NTH BTS.)
Brtrry m.ra mml n n -t ? n ????..-,-? .-. r nat-etad b|
nrisata ttiopnat brida, alt? h c I (han Hotel Kur
part leu tara Incjuln oa prantit**, nr t.. . m.-? ??tal? tt
il?irge Kemp, t^ vYIIlDuti, i i. ? ? tat lt.
a ii ?NDSOMB
BACHELOR %PAKTMENT,
r.Trt PIPTB AVENUE
( pp .?it Winds? I!- '?? i
AS I '?> jai.lt.tr.
THE ORA/YIERCY.
:tl RRAMKRi V PARK.
Pot Rent Eieatnt apartment. .' r.?.m? and Lath.
Soutb-TB e?sK?ir?. C IT. Et'ESS, Suptrtntendtnt.
A" f
I_ST. CATTIRRINR
APARTMENT HOUSE.
MADISON a\::. AND .MM ST.
TO LET,
in* elegant Suit? ..f U i a?, xv. i nnr?Bf roota. and
laundry; ht. .1 .ir-.-t and iinobtti 1 --i tsttrlor ?itw 0!
2*? fe?t. ?nit? comprit?? ->,e tniirt floor; the cablnti ?roi*
snl .!e.-..r?ta.n? ?re Dot ? irpaaatd by ?ny Iioum in IBS
city. Parti.-u^ani at ?S-sailata from
'J. Ii BROOKS, Superintendent.
\PIXE ??TH W'T. .*r Hal 0 roomi IOA?2a tt.:
plenty ..f ?ml ?. on itreet and nver.u. . trtrythlng
flrat-rlaaa; rtnl moderate. HEALTH POOD 0O? ?'.1
.'.tti at*
SU RAR CENTRAI, PARR 7 llahl Meam-hent-d roomi
*i had ???? ? ... -.-ti t-n|. ? -\-nie?ii, ?.?if.- t order;
Nng; 1 rival? hall n? 11 I. nation and
?:?? sbilit) irutranleed. ? ?.'.. |o3, In
du ? nv ? ' IT Weil iiMi'h ?t
'I'm: M? ? 1.ai 1 ? 1 :. Park ???nut, eorntr ?i?'.*i. SI Plrat
I - ??? ?1, ., .,.,-, 1 [irfii; telephone, el"
ral r.rant* i*ih all llgttl ? ?rjr convenience.
Flenta SI. n'.?"?? Apply ??a priem ?
TIIH I'KI:! RFORD A hi?? el?.. ?i,nrtm?r.i h^t?l. ?(? -
.? - on Central Par. W*at, II?1 ? BSd ?t. Ha?
.r- nolot suit* f 1 r-,? ? . t.e terv?1 fr T V \?nih?r l.r,
?? ! pan ' - ? Immediately
?titn D?telo.
tu b?i?i
I'M Til AVENUE AND PIPTiETH STREET,
N'I'.'.V .-)I!K
BUROt+BAN PLAN.
Tt-? ?sjptnof loeatmn of m? Buckingham H tel. ?,ein?
? i-.? f| ?-. M 1 ?'.--? 11 Square ilnr.len. bj ?'.
M?di?-n Ai. ?ir.? .r ?'!"' ir., .r.-r? Many atirantas?.
t.. \u:t -? ? is. Hora* si. -w
CHARLEa 1. WETHERREE, pr-sj-rtttor,
i ""
BOULEVARD. CORNEE ?TEST T18T-ST.
AMERICAN PLAN.
Strl.-tly a f?mt:r SatSI 1 sata? .utte.. fuml??ied or un?
furnished, to rent . y lh? ????,->n or year. Cu:?ln* and
servio of tn? high??- order Ilute? reasons!.1?. locetloa
?tinirenient to all pan* if th? city
WAI.rKK LAWREXCR M?n???r.
(Pecan ?tciimrrs.
PEON NEW fn.K
SOUTHAMPTON. UlNlKiN lilt CHEN.
IAS. KXPRESM HTKAMKRH
I fal-'n. |t'..i and upward: Ii Cabio M3 ..r-. I upward.
Trav? Tu?? No? 10.10 a.m Havel Tu??. I ??.-. I lOi.m.
Aller Tuet... N'..v. IT. in a m. la... Tu.?, lie.- K. Ill at.
l-nhn. Tu-? . Kot -I. In a in St..re.-. T |.? I..-. IS, 10 ? m
It.iuin tl.-ket? arallald? tr m Me.llrerranean or fnirn
Ilrem-n. leondon or Havre.
OKLRK IIS 4 IT?.. '-' Rowllna Orttf
CERM?MMEDiTEBR?MEA?flSEBVSCE
in....m .?i.i.MA.N MiAMlii i;>; AMERICAN
I.L.11!. s s. i?), I LINK
Espna. ?te.irn?r? from New V..rk
t.. Oibraliar. Aider?. s?>? les and (rtaos.
tPuldi?. Nor, 7. Il) A. M ??-.lamia.. Nor. SI II A M.
Uni?. Nov. u H) A. M 'Normannla. I'ec. .'? 11 A.M.
IKaiatr, Nor. M, 10 a. M. IWtrra, I-ee. p. ?o a m
Return llcfcttl arattaM? tor the ?le.irner? of ? ilher line
from N.i|i... Otnoa, Qibraliar, Hanourg, liremen. cher
hour?. Iy.nd.'n and S-uthiinpton.
Hamburg American
l.lne.
.?,7 Rro.-i.iwHV. N T.
irt.ni naptet, utnoa, i'inr?l(?i
Nur?. London ?ad S-uthampt
North ?Ni Uoyd s. S Co.[
Oelrtch? d Ctt . l?en. A.t?.,
2 Bowllaa ??r . N Y. I
LINK.
TWIN SCREW EXPRESS LINK PROM NEW TORE
t.. Plymouth iLondon), t'herbnur? fParl*), and Hambura.
I--.HI.il an k.N..v 12, 1" ? m ' '??lutntila. M.-h 1?. 7 I in.
1 cabin, tw m. i upward; II Cabin, I?:, and upward.
ri.YMi'lTH LONDON US hr?.?. I'RI'r. ?>K CHARGE
fcy ?pe. lui train ' IIRRRI il HO -PARIS i?H hour?),
HAMHI'RO AMERICAN LINE .'IT Krnad-?,jr, N. T.
WiMTpJIilfS^??.
MEMTERRAJE/Ut C IffilEMT
THP1
Twin ?t-rew K?pr??i Steamer PUERST RISMARCX from
New York January 2H. 1MIT, for Madeira. Olbaaltar,
Malaca nirsnaila and Alh?mlita). \l*l?r?. ilen*. Nlct,
Malls. Aleiandrla d'alr,, and the Pyramid*)). J?ft\t l.l?ru
??lem?. Ileyrouth fl'nmnseu?). Constantinople, Alhen?.
M???!na. Palermo. N'aple?, Otnoa. New York. Duration
about ten week?.
;,1T f EST INDIES H?H
Si'amer COLUMBIA from N?w York Keliruary 11, 1SU?.
?..r Port in 1'rln.e (Haytli. St. D?talas. CRjr, Ht. Thorn??,
Guadeloupe, Martinique, llarl.adoa, Trinidad. \m Duayra
(for ?'arara. ), Puerto i'aU-11) (Venezuela), Klnx?t..n
(Jimalra), Havana. 1'nlm H'-ji h (r"lorl.lal. or Old Point
Comfort. New York. Duration ?bout 4??, week?. For fur?
ther particular? ftpply to the
IUnil.ur? Am?rlt in Line. S7 Rroadw??-. tt. T.
NEW-YORK SOUTHAMPTON (Umdon?Psrli).
Sillltut ut Kl A. M.
?T, I'AI'I.V.o II i'?IIIS .Dec. 2
NEW YORK .Not. ISINEW TORE .Dec. i)
NT. LOUia.Nov. 2.*. ST. LOI'IS.Dec. Ill
WINTER CRUISE
To BERMUDA, WflST INIUKS. MEXICO,
By (he Amt-rl.-ati Lines. ?. (illli). fr.m New York, I'eb.
S 1HHT for Bermuda, SI. ThOtaaa St. Kltt?. Guadeloupe.
Ii.tnlil.a. Martliluue. SI. I.u.-la. Hai -bad .-?. Trinidad,
Port of Spain, Im llreii, I.t Gunvra. (I 'ar,u-ii?.l Ciirti-oii.
St. sf.-iniiit... Jamaica, Prucrtto, Vera era?, (Mtstco.j
llavai.i. luir?illoii 40 .luv?. I'rl.e ..f paMafS*. $270 rind
Upwinl?. Hetid fir lllu?trn|e,| painplilet.
JIM UVE t? mrw?.
SuiIiiik e\fry Wediies.lay.
N<K,rtllan t... .No.. II, noon Keiislniit. ti ..Nov. 2.1. t p. m.
Krlielsn.l.Nor. I*, noon U?.t.-rnUnTl. . . 11-. -J n,())n
INTKRNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANT.
Pier? 14 and 15. North River. Office, o Ho?Un? Orttn.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDKXTAL AND ORUBNTAL S. R. CO.
Rtiwrta Ran Franclico. Shan.htl. Yokohama tnd Hon.
Kong.
Steamer? leave Sun Francisco.
?TTT OK RIO DK JANEIRO.vIa Honolulu Nov. |ft 1 p. m.
GARLIC .Nov. 21. 1 p. m.
CITY OF PKKINO.Nov. 30, 1 p. m.
|xillD". via Honolulu.Pec. ?. 1 p. in.
CHINA.De,. 17, 1 p. m.
For freltht. paaaa.e nnd ?enersl Information, apply tu
84? Hr.Midway, or 1 Hatter) Place. Washington llulldln..
ar.d 287 Broadway.
/-OOK'S OHIFATAI. TOUBft.- PtnotttOf ???V
5** dueled Partit! to K?\pt. the Nile and Pale?tlno from
New York. Jan. 5, Feb. 13. Mar. S, ts?7 All expense*
Included Illu?ir?te<i prtitraminea from THUS. COOK A
SON. 241 and 1.225 Broadway. N. Y.
Uailroii?s.
'AMIRIOA'E CRIATEST RAILROAD."
NEW YORK
(entral
V-/ & HUDSON RIVER R. R.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK UNE.
PROM ..KAN,) ir.VlKAL STATION. *2l> STRLF.T.
Nl.'lO A. M. Lx.ept Sur.day Empire State R-7"??'
Fastest train h the world, atop* al Albany, tica.
Byracuat and R I hest.r. Due Buffalo 4:4.? I?. 01
Niagara Fall? .V55 i?. m. Thl? train !? limited to
its sealing .-api-it>. _ .,
Oi.tO a. M. Dally, Fr?t Mail far TouttKkfoomlo. *i
bany, Utlca. Syr.?, ure, P.ochei-ter. Buffalo, Niagara
Fall?. Oil.-a??. ? ? ._
lOi.'M) A M.- Kx.-eri liunday. Day Express. For nil im?
portant New V rk .Mate points. - - -
liOO P. IT?Dally. Sont h western Limited. For Col im?
bus. Cincinnati. Irdlanapoltt sad St Loola. st"P?
at PouahketpaV?, A n-?ny. L'tlca. Syr.-.ci:*? noisiswi
and Buffalo. _ . ? ^,.,.?_
liOO P. M Dally. Chl.rer Special for Detroit n*?*
lsnd. Toledo an1 Chi tig.). Stop, at PoUlJKitJJSla
Alhany. S.henectady, t'tl.-a. Svr.-i'-use. Rochester
and Ri'ffalo. _ . . .
3i3f> P M -Except Sondar. WSM P?lat P-anghkcepsie.
Albanv. Troy. - ?
4t.tO P M -Dailv. North .?hore Limited Due D? rol
S:20 a m.. ?Til.-.tgn 4'rtO ?.. m. Pt^.p* at AMnn?.
l'tlca and Svracn?e. _j--v
fltOO P M Dally Vat Alhanv. TroT. ?tl?n. v'"r;,"'l?.?
Moimtslns. Montreal. By-SCO??. Buffalo. NjaiTera
Fall?, aereland, Toledo. Detroit Chica?* Clndn
nati St L.ui?. ?,,??.._
0:2fi P M DlAly For Albanv. Troy. BurllnKton. Platts
bureh. Montreal and Ottawa. ? ., ,.,?....
7:?0 P. M iniiv. For Buffalo, Niagara Fall?. ' ?"?*:
lsnd. Indianapolis, St. Loula chtcngo. s*tnp? at
Poughktepsle, Albany and I'tl.-a. --
OtOO P M.?Dally. Carrie? Sleeplnt ^ar rn*"*p-?*r"
only, for polst? on Fall Broofe Railway. ?*. Ly""
and for Roi Voter _ . , _?
Stir? P M. Dally. Por Sytaeaaa. Oeweg?, ttat-rtn-n.
Ogden??iurr Buffalo Niagara Pall? <-i?v-ian<5 To?
ledo. Chleagn: except Saturday, for <'ape Vinrent ano
the Auburn R a.I. . , .--.
I2ilO NICHT?Thtatr. ?rain for Chicad and principal
point? on New-Tori? Central, everv n'sht. except
Pundnv nigh). Sunday night?. Chicago sleepers leave
on n 1% P. M. train. _ , ? ,?
B:Ofl A. M and 3t.'lR P. M. -Dally, except Sunday, to
Plttsfleld. via Harlem Division. ? ..
?til ? M -Sunday only. ?.. Pittsfleld and the B-rK
?hlre Hill?, rl. Harlem DIvUlon.
"ALL NTTIT" TRAIN'S TO YONKEBS.
"All nlgnr" ?rain? run hetwten ISStV ?t. and point? ?n
Putnam DtvMon a? tot .?? Yonker?. In c.?me,-ti..n w.t-i
'he Flevat-d R.h.I Til? l? the only line running all
nlrhf' ira n? nut of N'ew-V'.rk.
Wat-Mr Palace f-nr* n til through train?.
Train? lllitm'rsted with Plntst-h Light
Ticket? n,| Wagntr flVe? at Grand rentrai Station
II.".. 2fii 41.1 Bmadway: 31 Easi lith ?t.. 042 Bi-aadtray
2.1ft Columbus ir* SI Wem ISSth it.. and 13vh ?t. ?ta
HOB, N. w V rk S3fl and 72'i PuItofUlt and 1"" Broadway
F i?. Hrooklyn. ?, _
Partie? cheeked from hotel or re?ldenee by the V\est
rott Fxf.re.s ?'omnany.
JOHN M. TntTRT OEOROE if DANTELB.
Cenernl Manager Oeneral rU**en*J*r Agent
BALTIMORE & OHIO.
l.eave New ?ork. fool o? Ubtrty Si., da.ly.
CHICAOO, 2 r M tad 12.10 night.
PITTSBCRO, 8.30, ex San . 2 Sun . 12.15 night
.'IVINNATI. ST I/HIS 10 ?,. m., fi p. m.
WASFJNOTON, BALTIMORE, Mo, l?> 'Pining Tar?.
11 .10 a. m. (Dlnin- Car), 1 ISO (Dining C?r). ft iDlning
i'ar?. l? p m . 12 l? na<lit. Sunday. In ('fining Car), 11:30
?. m (Dining Car), 2 (Dining Car), ft (Dining tar), 6 p.
m . IS.IS nigh?
NORFOLK 11.30 a, m. dally.
NEW-ORLEANS. Through Sleeper, ft p. m. daily.
All rralr.? are lllumlnat-d with Pint?-)) Light
om.-e?- 113 172. 2H 41ft. I 140 PTway. -II I 14h St.
127 II .-.ver-.. V V . SSO, .144 Pillion St.. Rroottlvn; Station
fo .1 of Ubttty St. ?'. R R. of N. J. Baggage . decked
from hofsl f ImM" ?? to dt-.-'e^.ton _
\vwv\
(Pecan ?tatmere.
m?) CvH3ELQE@
SHA TKO?PS?
A TRIP BY THF BEAUTIPUL, FAST
BTE UISHIPS OP TU??
ycon
to Old Point r mfort. Virginia Reach, or BlcS?aoad. I ?.
m the ?aosl dtllabtrul outing puilblt.
Tir.? Da Trip*, meal? and l.r'h en route and ?horl
?lay at leading hotel. Included.
17?
Two Day?* contlnuou* r? und trip, all expensei In
clu?1?*'J,
Send for copy of "PILOT." con-aln'n? full Information.
OLD DOMINION s. s COMPANY,
PIER St. NORTH RIVER NBW-TORK.
W. L OUILLAUDBV. Vie. Pra. .1 I Trafo. Mgr
(EQ??irlT ??\m [P?(UES70R3iE.
Sele. t Parti.-- util.-r per? nal Baeort, all TrHVelllr.K
Eap.fi.ta In. lud.-I .Im ft P.? M. Mar h fi, i?-..;.
Hlghetl .-:.i-t Steamship, II i.-i and Camping Arrai i?
menl?. Hal., model ?? III ?: III ir i" in.ni.' fr--e
fruti Tli'.s COOK A BON,
SSI .ml I.ZB Broadway, Ne?-Ttrrk.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Intended ? i -i ling, ft un VanetAirar.
to M ?R3 ?? (LBIWD?A?
EMPRESS 01 CHINA.Dae. T, Mch. I
EMPRESS OP INDIA.Ian I M I 20
BMPHKKrt <?P JAPAN. February 1
- - --. ? : am- : i - ?? ~v
a'ARRIMOO .??? ? . MIO WER A.Jan. ?
2 I I 'nt.ln a- 1)1 ? -ay low rat...
Per tlekel. and fr-iuh- rate, ippl) 3ft3 Broadway. For
fr.i>t)it rat*? only, ?.". Wall ?t.. N Y
a - WHITE stau i.im:.
lint,mnie.Nor, n. t. n Rrltanntc. P?e. 9 aeon
Majtttle ? Nor IS, n n Males!Ir.Uec. m. n t,
n.rmanl. N ? 2ft n on rSermanl. .. ...Dec 23 ?
T?il Dec. J ?,.,..
NO rOTTON CARRIED BT PASSKNOER STRNVFt-?
Pier N i M North River. Office 2? Br??dwai ?j y
H atAITLAND KRRSET. Agi St.
a CflNAIlO LINE.
?*?? TO UTERPOOL BT QCEENSIOWN
Campania. Nor, 7. SUN? a. ru Rl url? Nor 2>, n a. m.
I inltiii ,.No? 14 1 )- m. ' '.ini|..i n. i De? ft ft .la g m
Uicanla.Nov 21 ft:80 ? n- i mbrla.Dec, 12 n ? m
Prom Pier ?r>. N "l River - i of nark? n at
For freight ?nd i ? -.i- ?l lb* Company*? nfflc?
No. 4 Bowling Orten. S-w Tork.
t'ERNON n BR iWN -< CO.. Otmteal Ag?nt?.
FRKNCH LINK.
COMPAGNIE UENEKA??E Tr.insatlantique.
DIRECT LINK TO II uni: PARIS PRANCE
I.A lu.t i:.',.i.;\r. I. I.ur.s.u. No? '; l p. m
LA illAMIAii.Ni:. I-..?--.Sar , N v. 14 ,?, ? m
LA TOl'RAINK Santelll ..s.,. \,,., 21, noon
l'?rl t ml and l.iiffei-?tn klnr car Bttschtd to Special
Train Havre Pari? (or tie* wi-ii .-'.m:s $!()<) extra
A. PORO ET Oentral Agent, 3 Rowllni Oreen N. T.
pLYDB LINK.
^ l*HARLK?TON S. C
the SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST
JACKSONVILLE AND \l.l, FLORIDA POINTS
*'r..in Pier '-".?. E. R (fool 1 f it oatvalt il I, I n ?a
AL'lONgi'IN Chas. * Jaekionvlll?.Fn.lav N'..v' $
IPOgl.'OIS. . h?., a J? ktonvlllt .Monday Nov 11
i'. i.M \\. in:. Chat. \ Jacksonville Wednetday, Nor 11
SKMIN'oLK n u I It ksonvlll? .Prtda? Nov 13
Steamer? have tlrst class imw^it trcomm datl .11?.
\VM. P. CLTOE a- Co, Ocneral Agenta
ft Boartlag Q-atn, N Y.
Fit. Cent ?nd P?rn. Paal F A P. Line, via Ja.-ksonvlll?.
Uieat So. Freight and P.-i?H..n<?r I. tie. via I'liarlmton.
T. O. EOER. O-neral Anent. .T.ll Broadway, s. T.
sAPAN, ROUND THE WORLD, HOLT LAND.
? ' Party stay?? Kasr-Torli No?/, ft aad 'TiUeo No*
12 for It 11 lulu and Japan, ?l*o ?round the world
Feb. I! and 27 for Pale-tin-. MS) H Jane |J tuly i
r..r F.urope. *2?>i an.| up F C, CLARK, ill Broadway
.New York
VIAI.I.OUY BTEAM8HD? LIVES.
*v"?' Oaa-way Ea-dualoa, or Toarttttf u.ker* to ail point?
in lexa?, CeJorsdo, rtali An/..mi. California Mexico
?Jecrgla. Florida, etc. Al?< Hot Bprlnga. Ark.
SAll.lNU tlon. in? Atlantic Coaat to Bruaawlsk. Oa.. 1
a simii.M Vmrag? Crowlns lb? unir of Mtxlco 10 .laive?.
ion. Tex.. ARK IDEAL TRIPS FOR WINTER MONTHS
Writ? fot ..in- ?4-PA<",E POCKET OtTIDE .r.'a.led free)
C. H. MALLOBT * CO? den. Agts . Pier 20. ? R.. N T
f\LD DOMINION LINE.
.AILY SERVI :k.
For Old Point COtBforl, N..if..lk. Newport N.-ws P?t?r?
burg, ??orlani.tuih. 'iiiner'? Point. Richmond Virginia
Reach. Va., and \\ ?thlnglon, D. C, .lull) ?SC?pt Sunday
fiun. Pl?r M. North River, at S P. M.. txotpl Saluiday
4 P M
l> OI'lLLAI DFtr. ViccPre?. and Traffic Mgr
I>ANAM.\ KAILUUAD aTEAMSHip lixb.
THE SF.A ROUT! TO SAN FllANCljii O.
?-onnect.ng ut Iht Itlnim? for all Wtat Ooast Porta of
Mexico, Central and S..uth America.
Steamer? ?all fr.m nier foot ?Vaal l'Ttli St. M Y
riNANCE.. ..Nor. Rl. neon VALENCIA N..v. JO n.mti
For rate? apply at Company'? offlet 21) Rtoaiiwav
_.U'lIN MI'lK, Traftlc ManngVr.
|>KD "D" LINK OF 8TBAM8HIP8, ~~
*?* For La Cuayra. Ptttfte I'aliell ., Curacao and Ma-a.
.?it.li. il, Curacao, from Robert Btortt Brooklyn
HS. VENEZl'ELA .Saturday, November 11 1 n m
SS. PHILADELPHIA-Tuesday November "-T | ,' '
SS. CARACAS. Thursday, 1..mbtr i In m
POR MABACAIBO. VIA BT THOMAS
SS. CI'RACAO.Saturday, N'ovembtr ?M.' 1 ? m
These Aiii?rl.-an llean.ert, 1 -. 111 ? txpTMaly for Hie trade'
liav? superior uta ..inn. ?Iati..n? for pa ?sengen
BOl'LTON, lil.iss .v. DALLETT
_'General Manu<ers. 1 ?"..-, Pront ?t.
OAVANNAII LINK Trt-watSdy fiom Ttm 34. s. R,
*- BMW), Tu.?.lav?. Tiiui dan and Salui.lav? ut 4 P. M.
f..r Savannah du . t.
KdiiHii? CU) .Nov. .".?1 My ..' Augusta. .. ..Nov. pj
TlLhasa?. .N.v. 7 K,in?H? City ... . \-,)V {4
City of Birmingham N??v, 10 Tallahaaatt....Now! 1?
L'n?urpa?>e,i cabin accommodations. Connecting with
rtll line? for all p..:ntt South and Southwest For tlckttt
?nd freight rale? apply at 381, 3IT. 333, 3S3 Broadway or
at th* P'.er. foot of Spring-st.
_ Q ?I ??RRRL. Manager.
ADVERTISEMENTS snd ?abacrlpilon? for The Trlb
1111? rttsttlfd at their I'piown Offlc?. N? 1.J43 Broad?
way, 2d door north of 3l*t *t.. until 0 o'clock p m ad?
vertisement? rec-lveO at iht following brinch offlc?* at
regular offlc. rate? until 8 o'clock p. m., vit.: 2M 8th
???ra. ? e -v?. 23d-?t; I.-.2 ?ih-av?. cor. ISth-tt. Macy'a
UV.?! tti-L'i-) *l: l4a Columbut-ate.. near W?*t 60ih
et-l 108 Wttt ?2d it. atar atb-ava.; 03 Eaat 14th-?C
fioilroaba.
PENNSYLVANIA
I RAILROAD.
STATIONS foci .i le-ibros?-? and ?'ortl*ndt Strttta?
In Kffe. t October 18, Isy?
tt.OO A. M. FAST LINK ?Parlor ?2. r to Pltuturg.
lO.OO A. N. PENNSTLV4NU LIMITED.--Pullman
Compaitment. Sleeping. Dining, Smoking, and Observa?
lion Cur?. Arrive? Chi ago 0 A. M.. Cleveland 4.BO A.
M . 'lie Ir.n-itl O 40 A M.. In.liarapc.il? * 40 A. J4-.
Louisville 12.10 P. **.. ol. .,-jui? .1.41 P. M . and Talad*
o.?o A M
BrOi P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EXPRESS.?
Sl.eping a.d Dlnl-g Cr.rj t? .St. Loul?. Loulivlll* and
Chicago. Arrive Cincinnati 10 43 A. M . St. Loul* LJ4
P. M.. Chicago 4..V) P M.
O.lM? I?. M. WESTERN EXPRESS ? Sleeping and Dining
Car? to ("tiL-age a-d ' leveland. Arrive? Cleveland III
A M.. ?**hl<ago 0 p. ?.I next d?y.
T.4.1 P. M. s'llITHVVKsTlirtS EXPRESS?Sleeping and
Lining i"?r? to Cincinnati and St. Loul?. Arrive? Cin?
cinnati BBS P M. lodlanapolla 10.1.". P. M.. St. Loul*
7 A. M. s?cor.d morning.
8.1)4? I*. M PACIFIC i.XPRF.S?*.?Pullman Sleeping Car
to Plttfbnrg. Connect? for Chicago dally, and Cleveland
and Toledo ? xc..?? sta'urdny.
WASHINGTON AND THF. SOl'TH.
8. 8.3o. fifto ),).!? ?fining <*ar). II A. M.. 1. J.10 it*
"fongreaslonal Mm.." all P."-'or end Dining c?ri), 488
?Dining c^r). r?.20 ?Dining Cur?, t? P M . 12.1S night
Sunday S..10. i?..w il a M 'ft 30 "Congressional Urn."
?Ii Parler and Hiring ^??sl. 4 MO (Dining Car). 3 St
(Dining Car?, fl P M.. 12.1?> nigh'
SOI'THERN RAILWAY- 4 So P M d?ltv. Sleeper* I*
N?w Orleans, M?mphl?. Tampa. A?h?vllle. ?nd Hot
Spring? ?2 1.', nlrrht dally. Sleep-r? to Birmingham ?nd
Jai ks-.nviIV
ATLANTIC COAST LINK?0 .to A. M Belle, Sleeper? to
Pert T.imr.? and Ma-on 8.00 P. M. dally. Sleeper to
Jinknonvlll ?.
CHESAPEAKE * r?lirr? n\fl.?VAV F?.nr??? S.JO P. M.
dally. Through S'eenlng ?nd Dining Car?.
For oi.i p,,|nf Comfort and Norfolk via r?j%* f*h?rl**
Route. *, a M Wfek-dav?. and. with Through Sl?ep?r.
? P. M dally.
AtlKtrl? r?tv. 1.00 p. M. week-dav?. Through RuffH
Parlor Crr
Per ?\?p? M.-iv. I.isf) P M. sceek-dnv?.
Vnr I.cng Rrineh. A?hurv Park. Oc??n Ornv?. ?nd Polst
Pleasant. 0 10 A M.. 12.10. ft 40, 3 10. and 11.30 P. kt.
w?ek-dav?. Sunluvi (slop r.t Intertaken for A?bury
"arkl. 9.43 ? M .'. 20 P M
FOR PHIf-AOFLPHIA.
?>?. 7.to. d **to n. n.ftf. fin Penn'a Limited). 10.10 'P1*
t'ig ran. 11 A. at. 12. 1. 2 IO 3. 4. 4 ftO. 4?*' 'Dlnlnf
t"\??8, 8.2'> 'Dining Car) ? 'Dining Carl T 30 8. 9 P. M..
12.1. nigh? Pmi.'sv?. 0 13. 8 80. 0. ?'V' '10 IJm'.tedV
10, Il >. M., 2 (Dining Car?. 4. 4 *?0 ?Dining Car). 8 ?
(Dining Ca??-. 8 ?Dining Car). 7 43. 8. 0 P M.. HIS
night. _
Tick?? Office?: No? ?SB, 914. 1100. 1328 HI. *nd >8t
Ur Midway. 1 Astnr 1?oii?* nnd fool of De?hrn??o? and
Cortlandt ??freer.- 4 r -nrt Street ?SO Futren Street. ?8
nr-adwav. ?nd Hr -iklTB -i?x Station, foot ?f FoJ'on
Street. Rr.okl.-nt S-?Mon .-r?ev ci.v. Th? New Tor*
Tr?n?fer Cnmpr-nv will ?all f j ?*"1 che??- hsggage from
hotel, ?ml e^'-te-e*. through ? ?BStlWatt???._
n. m rm:vri8T .r n troon
0?n?r*l Manager ?*!.*?- ***** Agent.
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD
Million? foot or ( orllnn.lt nnd Deabros*?*JMS*
?l-IO A. M. dallv ?Surday?. 7:00 A. M.) for MALCH
ffCNK and Intermedia!? ?'?tiens. _.__
?OL? A. W. dKlly for ITHACA OENEVA, ROCHES.
TK?. HUFF ALO, NIAOAR.4 fxt.t.s srsPFV'tON
BRIDGE, and ?he We?t and nr'neip?! local point?: dining
?ar to Suspension Rrldge; Pullman Veatlbule Sleeper to
Chicago,
lliOO A. M. dally except Sunday, for MAT*CM
CHUNK ?nd Intermediate point?. Connection* for R**4
ln* m-l Harrlshtirr.
19*84) nenn d.i"v ?Tcept Sund?"'
?BLACK DIAMOND EXPRE55"
arrive? Huffni-, 10 P. M. Through ear to Ro?he?ter. PoUe
man Vestibuied. Day Coaches and Parlor-Car. Dmlnf
i'arSer-.|.? Meal? a ]? carte.
la.-IO p. M, daily except Sunday, for Kasten *nd la>
termedlat? p itit?.
1 : U> I?. M. dallv. except Sunday for L A B. Junet.
?topping only ar principal intermediate ?tatlona. Chalr
ei.i *.vin,es?,srr?
"tlBO I?. M. 'Sunday* only), for Maueh Chunk and
Il-i/l-'t.-n. an-1 all Intermediate ?taflon?.
?trio P. M. lailv. except h'ijnday. for LAB JI.'NO
TI"N and pil??lnal Intermediare ?tatlona; Pullman buffe*
parlor c;,r t.. Wl|k??b*rr*j connecting for Port-Mile.
."iilfj P. M. di'lv. for Ra?ron ?nd Intermediate ?t?ttona
Chair- ,,r t" Raal n.
?iin p. n. due. for r!-ffa:.o ntaoara fali-s
?nd all poinr? West Pullman Sleeper Ve.fltiuled Tr?!a
N V. to Ciii.ajo. <?|?eper tn nuff.il . ?nd T .ronto. Con
n? -i in? '-.'? R'allnr and Harr?rnrg.
(>?(?<> P. M. dallv far ITHACA OF.NF.VV ROCTtFS
TFi!. HCFFALO. NT ACARA FALLS ?nd all point*
West Pntlman Sleeper to Chicago and Ruff?lo. Ch.lr
ca-- t-. IVilkesharre.
lli.lo p. m. dafly, except Bandar, for easton ?nd
'?I'erniefll.-i?? p !nts
A-1d"ionnl |ica| ?n'r? dallv except Sunday, for ROrVD
RR^'.K and i?.erm..^i,af. point? 'esv-e ?? follows: 9-OB
A M.. 2 ftO P M (?fir M ?M fl-SO P M.
Tleketa -ml Pullman ?ccommodaM-n? ?r 2ftS. 278. 844,
?nd I .12ft Rrrv?d?r?y. -r? r ?- |4?h St., I'.eJ Fa?t 125th St.,
l?T P nerv V \- finn p,it>/.n ?r . 4 Court Si.. 0* Briad
w?.- g*4 *lrm??.|v?1 Anner n-cktvn.
N*w-Tnrh T-an?'?r Cmmnv will rail for ?n1 *h?*a
?.?'-ace '."? ? >,i r- -?,?-_., .?,-^.,.^ ,n ^?ftp1t1nn
CENTRAL RAILROAD of NEW JERSEY
(Anthra-ite eoal used exclusively)
F"iir trucks Aatornatlc Block Signal?.
O*. ?n.l a' ?r v)--t. 18. ?s:^
Tralr.j len\e ?talion foot of Liberty 8t
. l~*TJ':." ?n.Ji"?h,"llem' AllentoWB, Maueh chunk. Ae.t
4*10. 7 in, 0:10 .11 :4ft ?o Faston? A. M.. 1:10 | 30 4 ??
(4 .10 to Fast nn). 3-4.i ?7-ft'* ?-. Allentowni P If Suiidava
4:.11 '7 15 to Fasfon? , \t I'd. .'..in, 0 00 P if""a*ym'
For U*llke?hnrre, P'ttston. and Beraaton, 9:10 A. M.
1:10. |-SB 4 15 P. |f. Run lay?. 4 .10 AM
For Rend:n? at 4:ftO, ? is?. 0:10, 10 ?M>, 11 .10 A M 1 -10.
I .lo Iran, 4 ft" l-tkl. 3-43 nor? p. m. i2:i.', nirtt." sun
davs. 4 fl A M 1 00. 2 00. 3 .10, O-OO P. || |f;|j night.
Ft llarrist'iirg a* 4-ftO. HOO o 10 UftO A M LIO.
1:30. 4:10 5 <v> 51* P M 12:13 night. Sunday?. 4 30
A. M 1*00, n.V). 0 Ol P. M. 1213 night.
For Sunh.try. Lem-l.hurg and Wllli?rr.?port at 4:30,
8 ?Tl 0:1" A M.. 1:10. 1 30. 9 00 P M. Sunda>-?. 4 30
A. IL. 6:(X) P M
AM, R*tl, ROfTE.
FCR teONQ PRANCH OTEAN ORO?.*** *e
F^r Red 'link. Ixt? Praech. >shlirv Park 0?eaa
Or-ve. an' r !nt? south to Point Pl?a?ant, 4:30. 8 SO
II 30 A M. 1-30 |:4!|, 4-1.3 4.40. 5:ft*. 8:15 P. M. Sun
dav? (?ton at Interlaken for Astnirv Park and Ocean
Orcve). 0(10 A. M 4 00 P M
Fr I. ?KK.vonn.
4 .30. * 30 A M . 1:45. 4:4?! P M
Ft Farm'ngdal?. Tom? River. Ranerat Park, ?nd
Rarnegr?? 4 30. ?t 30 A M 1 43. 4 40 P M
Por Atlantic ritv. Vlneland. ?ni Rrllgeton. 4:30 A. M..
1:48 P M
For M->nrr">uth Reach Pesbrlght. ?nd H'rh'artd? ?f
Vavesttk 4:80, <:30 P 30 A M ISS8 t 43 4 IS 440.
5 3S p If, Banda? o-no \ m 4 ivi p ||
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
T" raiLAOELPHIA. BALTtalOM AND
WASIUNC.TON.
For Philadelphia, ?reek day?. 4.30, S.uo 813, OaNL
lo-i?. lift.? il"rng <*ar? A. M 130. 2'?). 3.10. 4r#
(rturT?! Parlor Call. 4.10. B-OO (Dining C.in. ?00, T.JO.
9 M P M. IS IS night Suiul-v?. 4.10. 8:00 moo. ILS?
iD'nIng . ?r? A M . 2 00. 4 00. 0:00 (D:nlng Cart. ?:*?
P M . 12 IS algbt.
Fr P I'ln-or- and Washington, weiek davs 4:30. * 1*.
inoo it -ro .li'nlnr Cnri A M. 2:00. 330' 5:0rf iPtnlaf
C?r). OH?. I> M . 12:1.'. nlgM. Sun ?avs, 4 SB, MM 11 38
'T'"ilnE in) A. M.. 2:00, 3:00 (Dining C?r>. 4:00 P. M..
12 IB nicht.
Ticket? nnd narlor ear ?*??? r.,n i,? prc-ur-' at foot nf
Llh-rtv ?t . 11-, 172 101 413 044. 1.140 l.ft?ft Broaiw*?.
737 *??? ?v. 31 Rast 14th St.. 133 F ,?t ISBth St. ?T8
3V??t 123.'1 St., 2.M Coltimhus Av . Net* Tork. 4 Court
c? srsl T^ilt^n Sr rtrooVlvrv 0? Rm*d?*T. "?r'.IMam*-.
htirg The New-fork Tr?n?f?r Company ?rill rail f*? and
che'k b-igg.4?? fro-n hotel? or residence to te.tlnafloa.
IlllL.. LACKAWAXXA A.\l> WKSTKHS H. B?
Million? In \en-1iirk. foot of llareta? ana
< ti risi,i|,li?-r ?ilrert*. _J
vi:stiih 1.1:11 in \ 1 >?*. I'li.i.Mii Biprn
CARS. I'lMX'll LIGHT.
Direst r.ut? I NFWARK IILOOMFIKLD, UONTCLAIfj.
THK ORANOKa Summit. Bamard?v II*. Ba-k.ag
prig-? M i.lis ? Morrlal wn Pawalc, Pateraoa bu**?
tn. Hover. Sunhop*. NEWTON BL*DD*8 LAKaV
l.AKK H'Vi'ATiMNO. Hackettaiowa. 8CHO0LK?*!
MOI'NTAIN. U'jshliigi .n PHP.LlPSilt'lV.. PA ?TON,
WATER HAP STROCDsm'RO, Pooono M inul?f?
BCRANTON. PITTSTON. wILKESBARRE, NMN'TI
rOKK DANVILLE N'*RTHrMHFRr.A\D Maat?
rnse 111NC,llAMT?iN. "XK'VRO. N'onu'|i'|| Witef
ville. 1 TICA RKTIFIKLD SPRINGS. Cort:***
BTRACl'SE, OSWEOO ITHACA. OWROO I* MIRA,
CORNING. HATH, DANSVILLK. BtfTAI/) ?nd ?1
point? WKST. NORTHWEST ANO 80T*TIHVE*T
8 00 A. M IINGHAMTON MAIL. St .p, at prinelp?!
stations.
10 00 A. M. iCal' C?r). RFFFAI.O S(*RANT?">N BINO
HAlfTON FTICA. RICRPIELD SPRINGS BTR??
(fSK ?ni OSRrlMO EXPRESS. Pullman Parlar
Car?. C -nn-.-tlng at RufTalo with trains for Chifif*
? nd points wear.
1:00 P. M- 'Cafe Car). ScraNTON. WiLKRstRARRl
and ELMIRA EXPRESS. Pullman Parlor Car?.
4 00 P M SCItANTON. WILKRSRaRRF gad PLY M?
OCTH EXPRESS. Ihillman R iffer Parlor C?r.
7:30 P M. (Dal W? PufTalo V.??i?u'e.| Limited Expr*M
for SCRANTiN. HINGHAMTiiN KI.V1RA. RTF
PALO. Pullman Ruffel Sleeping Car. ? ..nneetlng ?*
Rurr*lo with train* for Chicago and p Int? w??t
9:S0 P. Bt. (Dally) -IHFFALO. SCRANTON*. HINGKAM
TON. ITHACA t'TICA SYr?A.'-?F gnd OSWEOO
EXPRESS. Pullman Puffet Sleeper?
TICKI'TS ANO PILI. M ?V ? <V' >>f MOnATIONS ?t
Henrv One b Son?. Limited. 118 Itro*d*r*r. M
Park Place. 429 Broadwar. Ticket? at ferry ?tatlon*. *4*
P. .alvvav. Ill 4:have, cor. I2th-?t.: BB 1vV?t I28th-?r..
?-R Columna*-ave. ?fetr?TorV: 8'?? and 7*>* Fiiltoe-?t.. and
ton Rro?d?-?\-. ?I'-ooklyn. Tlme-tahle? giving full lnf*f?
matlon at ?11 *?a'|-in? .... .
Wit-T'liTT PVI'PF? rOMPVNT will e?t1 for and
dick lacriee 'rom > t? I or r-slderc? t-. B??8lMttea
?WEST SHORE R.K.
iralns leave W. 42d St. Station. N. ?.. a? itfl.uwa ?ad
1? 111. e.iriier fnim loot Franklin ?t.:
?tilli? A ML Dallr. le'c?! lo Huffalo. - --
?tin. A M Dally for Albany, l'?le*. Syr?cu?e, B^>cn*B-'
?r Buffalo Niagara Fail?. ToUdo, Cleveland. Chicago.
il ?:is A, M dSK except Bandar, lo Cukltl Mou*
taln. Nevv-Palti. lenke? Mohonk ?nd ^BBWeBS?
Jt'lmny. t'tu-a.Sara."*?, '?ldwell. I^ike ??eorge. P*rl*
O.Vro'l-'M'nv'fy r"',A?!:i'*nvr"Mo,-.real. C.tca. MMS>
??lo?.h.ster imfi,1.. Migara Falla Torvinto. Detroit.
T<vve.and. (h. ago ?^?ZZ. tor Mat, Syracu*
m?t?*** ?1Da.lv"fTr,'Alhanv. Ctlc?. Syrscu.?. MM
Ruffal". N.Hgara Kali?. Toronto. Detroit. Cleveland. CB*
e??o ?nd St. Loul?. . _ .
Tim, tab:** m prlneinal hotel? ?nd otrice?. _
T,m CE. LAMRERT. general P.**?ng.r Agent
3 Vanderbllt ?ve.. New Tor?.
ERIE RAILROAD.
;ta?-:??'?S
,. ..?i a M.?Ve?titiuled tapie** U*ujr ???? "T^^am.
W'AlU u.*.,??:??.m Klrolla. Hunalo. M.adfufd, ??5^
.,..0 A M.?\'e?iitiulea tapie? a/??? ?? ? ? --.
i):00 bmgham.on. Kl.il.a, '^*I^;tM'*t?, ?-Sa?
town. Meadvllle *nd th* \\**t. . Arr,v? ?""
m ,, ?? M Parlor <?r 10 Huffalo. .?
F MUvLilbukd L'm'ted f*.t ?'?'^,'JR?
?i.in (o' Chica*?, via Chaul.?'.aj. L??.J%??Z
Cleveland 7:40 A M.. tbica?>S .?'? ?- *???
U Chicago, Cleveland and Cincinnati. *?????
?.?in ?rM.-Uuffa!o ?nd _aV.tm?lJhP^L*
f.?5U i,,??. Dally, ?r-rlve* Buffal'J T ? *? J *'g^re
ford 7 18 A. M.. Jame.to?rn 8 ? A. *W J4J.V,.
Und ItIBP. M. ?^??i!jl?VWSB,
Und, making dreet counectlon* ?"? ?*?
' :i: .ig" .ii--! the W*?L vi.eara fasN
O. I K P M.-VI? Ch.utauuu-.teak? ?"?.???Z W?
n?4i> D?lly- Solid tr*in to Chlcgo. S'^JJ*** ~
(.10.' Chicago .ni???;^.CTi?U(*?
rpich-KTS. .lo.:ai tjme^aiids aw ? i.
J. smommoUtlon? at 111. ?8t. 401 ?M ??? tlfttli-?*.
it. Hnw.ey. 15? E??l 128th ;l. *nd 8t j?**.*?-? --*
hamhera and We?, fad-?. '?^??.^"^0??*
TTM Fulton-?!.. 108 n^aldw*r. D,wklJfiJ?ir?c55?l
?W an8 chocks bag**?* ?"?^e? "?**'? ??? ^^

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