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•gTBEET RAILWAY COMPANIES.
|*hed ty wir.arn E. Nichcla t Co.. ?.*o. 15 W«II-st.>
-^-" I Int. period. | Bid. | Asked.
■^~CZ~, cnni" p c I 1 24«'»i 240
Vtrv RR ' "" '"t 4f.19J.Ul J. *I. I OS I lf«l-i
f'-VVrr.KO.lupi.l QJ. | : .-« I 2.'0
f*;l,'.V U<"4 J.AD. > 101 • in-:
' I W7V, |A»4
■LtttßCoi»i •'«• i«* ■' * •'• »2H us
PtfJ?£ 1905 J. &J. I 1.-.- 10
k .tap icay pk
«00 415
a ? :>.: >. win m . *s. 1 k>U 112
. ill Hw,
X •!•»*, *!•*«
••1 RRCo7 p'■ Q--J- IT.". I 185
; ;'- . ii 7-«! nit
•«v q..j lIT U«
SnTlty *«M -I- &J. 102U 10.1
- Q - J - ! 41 ° 415
»X-i taterest. ,
STREET RAILROAD BONDS.
nngtiMd =-" ' fti!;i * nl & Niebolk & Co - *o. 15 Wall st.)
} " J Int. j Int. I I
i rate. I r*ri'"l- I " .. JArt'd.
/:.' c£ sffc^si ? A*O I 10814 112
*, ! l •"* H-ieV.s I^l 1911 •• A.v O ( 1>«' 4 ! lf)h
f. A A o Mi ; |04
gglgoSa 1041... 5 J&J ' 111 1 .! 113
'-- ' v T KM* 107
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<•-■>• ' .T & J •103* -
-
•xni Interest.
«
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Turnlfh«« by R. I* D«v & Co - Ko - 3 X»««- -- )
V»v. SI. >ov 22 Nov. 81. Nov. 22
\ Ent . ... .2.'."- SsS»ijUll She«- Uach 4*', ;- .
>mm ftSe. V»2 'I« do rrK sou Bftg
l^«=n Elev ...if-« • -..Atlantic Mta 7
<. I
' L\%t '. . .. ' 1 £•■• MSS Bingham If in .. . 2«> 4 M*i
ruAtom iw«..»«3 142H Cal & He.la M..450 4.V".
i-vvH&H T.i 525 ! Centennial Mm... IT 1€* t
>i**rV,>Miv ---1 '* - lv 1 Copper Range >1 . 56 W^
n'!« End ft EV ''< V't'i ; Franklin Mm.... PU —
rfi • rref ■ ■"■'' »' Maw dm Mta!v?1«»l 14U
vi» hW'Cw • -Wi Mohawk Mm WU S!>
»« T*l &T '-ol«l'* I«lH|Ol« Dora Mm *1« 16' i
\MP-Ent Tt! .137 138 : Farrot Mm 22 22
n Ti! i T i>- -■• '■"< iQuincy MJn U« K'S
«o ore f ■••* 7 — •Taaiararl.- >1in...14« IVI
," -D'c.'" P9 Woherlne Mm... 58 58
di rref ■'. ■■ 1"' •«" U P Mining JWU. 20U
Sn£«a--»SU m ; « WjCSOII l->\ 14
i f'<n-n;on CoaI.. ITS IK
? ~«Afkti
CHICAGO STOCKS.
<Fi.ir.Uhed Tracy & Co.. Fa. 4" Wall-st.)
" ~ I Open, , High. ! Low. iClosa.
n-ira*:' City Railwej | £11 i 211 I 211 I*2ll
'-a-rr-.-i Match I 140- 14" '■ 13!«, 140
like Streft Ist mortcage..: </b\ \ .«.«,! -* l W\
SrUlCrilcag* I ITS I IT" 170 | 17(»
Met'opoHtan ct-rr.rncn i SS i 3S 35 I ss
ftretu wmen I 31 \ SI i 31 1 ,31
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS. .
(Eepcrtrf by De Haven & To»niend. No. 40 Wall-»t.)
Bid. A£ked. • ' Bid. Asked.
iia;: '.» U Ncrth Perm . . 11« —
tn By Co hZ*+ 54 i Phila Co 47'j 47»;
urn L> £ap corn. 21 21 8 i 7-inF. RCo 7S T » 791,
io vrcl Tl 1 .* "- ; Peon Steel com.. .V) ' —
taabria.- Steel.. 37<i Z~ l .i, do pref... ■«» ' 100
Cra Tr of N J. 6J» 69 1 i| Perm El Veh Co. 1 I 1;I 1 ;
l-^mono r^teel.. ,". V t do pref. ....... 2.. 4
Che St Bat Co. 78. M Phila. Elec — »r, »
do prel 78 SO Pbila l: T 17 17>»
aec Co of Am. 81, »Va Phila & Erie./.. 64 67
Tct Psrk T Co. 24 2<5 | Sub Iron 4; Steel. li'j 2^»
:u Co of N A. 24 -4- ■ Tidewater Steel .. 6 •'•'»
;jehiph Vav *« 6e'-.iU Cos of H .' . . .- l MS
■jthifh Val R R .;•! . 34^11'ni^n Traction... 4')"- 4«i-«
K»rsden 44 s * 5 J U Gas Imp Co. . .112'« n2» t
Ut Asr*aJt«.. U -:* , WelEbach Co — 3D
io fret . * s 1 I
BONDS.
Ass Co of Abb Ss 23 25 IJtcsjik Pass fit. ll6 —
MPRy Co ss.V>»'i I«9 I People's Trac 4e.104»^ l". r .
IT J Con as 109$ i 110 Union Trac 45... BS',» 86',i
Sal asVkalt Ba. 6 I ]
financial.
SFECIXA.TORV AND I.VVESTORS'
INFORMATION CLUB
FINANCIAL FORECASTS
The recent unsettled stock niarbet furnithed an op
wifrnrUy 'o Judge of the ability and reliability of finan-
C»! advisers. The ••INFORMATION CLI.'B" was the
s»iy one who frCtu September 12th to November loth
■sjißicotly advised that prices were ROin* •*■ Our let
••rt are there to prove I '»' correctly we guided Club
Members through » aittir- majke-t. We have received
suadredf o< lettere from all over the country stating that
str conservative advice prevented ruinous las* Lowest
pMt* were rea«-h»-<l on Friday. November 14th. The fol-
Wing Ehort extracts from' our daily letters will enow
wt»t advice we sent oat at that time, after keeping Club
Jbmbers from tiuyinp etockE for . -••■ two months:
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER HTI(. — Always darkest before
«ira. Turk? nearin^ b. ttoni nuw. L'areservedly" bullish
M Texas PariSc 'th«-n 4^l^).
SATURDAY NOVKMIiKR ITTH-— Stra:Us are a pur
(sje. It will rapriM pe-'l'le bow fast stocks can re
•"er. Ezj*ct hirher prices and better market. Buy
".•«&* Pacific. Mlasonri Par-Iflr.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 17TH.— Hear manipulation fi
tost*!'. Recovery in pricti wi)J astonish people who are
uort ci fto'-kc ari.l CJuraot see that they ar«- on the wrong
t*cnr.». Isuy TEXAS. MOP. 1. K. T.. SUGAR. READ
:SG. W ABASH DEB U. TOU- PBEFERKED. COTTON
BL.
TKUNSDAY. KOVESfBER 2<jTll.— Buy same stocks.
tr.x* f.<ir.g blgber. Oifreffarfl nil Bear talK
V« esid in !«'t Sunda;-> Tribune: --There will be »plen
fetcprortumtiet' tor f-«1 profits BOOK." W»« that cor
nzt: Lock ai tJ.e ittuU of our advice!!! We now «ay
4«t th*. time ha? arrived to lan again in the market.
tt know of t«vtTbl fO*& mo'--* roming.
rttmemeer:
N« Cab Steasber <--er i^ught a V.ad stock oa our ad
«fct We gi\- Cohaclestloaa. Reliable, always strictly
r 'i*rrvatlve <-^v." , ►-ut Cvery Ciub Member made money
-■■'cvir.p •■ut ]• '*> v.
'dn the Club NOW. Our f-fol. ronfprvstive advife
*.- fcetj' y»u .f «ii:-i--l by incompetent ccuna*l!on>— it »1U
'<* i -,u to iT.dlf rood proflts for Christmas, old Club
Jf-TiVrs Irtio waiifr.j for more at-tivity should renr w th"i;
■tajijiilli m -at on«f. our daily letter it Five D.-.Mar* r>»r
rath. r.frer.T letten «-nt fr«e a« sample* on receipt of
Utrffctd emtelf-pe.
r.. «">. JONES.
*3«iry tnTormaUon <"iut.. 71 Hr<-*<3v.ay, Rooms SO3^SOS.
AcdTftri. Ltltfrrs t . P. O. H"x Tt*. New York City.
Grange Oil & Refining Co.
27 William St., New York.
Beaumont and Orange, Texas.
capital stock. - - - - $5,000,000
Par Value of Shares. $10.
■ One half the Stock still in Treasury.
ill the vaiu'? of its property, its dividend c-nrn
ajf capacity ;in«l th^ con6en.'atistn of its man
"tmfnt, it has no superior in the oil fields.
limited Amount of the stock is for site for a
*»« tone At $3.50 a share.
Make checks |.»»;«lil«- <•> Hrsnitr nil and
"••finini: Company, nmi -•ml «<» ST William
f tr*rt, yen 1 nrU.
MYRA B. MARTIN.
Secretary and Treasurer.
EACH person who invested 5100 in Calu
met ft Heda stock and bought tea
tßsres at $10 a .hare has received $19,750
ftvkkods in cash; and the $100 invest'
■nt, with stock dividends, is worth $120,*
WO is the stock market today. A former
o«x r of one-half the entire capital stock
the Calumet & Hecla says "American
fetal stock, now selling at $10. is just as
rood to buy as Calumet & tiecia was at
ill* If you want to invest in real, safe
«** write or telephone for valuable infor
mation nailed free.
AMERICAN NICKEL CO.
66 Broadway.
Telephone 4*24 Cortlaodt.
-*, CONFIDENTIAL MAN
•.rJ??;** Wlth leidlne nock market Interest*, having »x
, , r "»aary °M«"unltle« tar obtalnliiir adv«nc« Informa
nt ,;** l/ *« cooperation of responsible unfit of mean*.
fjT T JL,* ce V* tf 'm*<l to deals of larjre calibre. A4<mi
JyWCW no» 12. Tribune Office.
VVANTED.-OLD defaulted AND be
sf 4fc *<* ! »*«« >aUrr«il aer-urltie* and «M repudiated bonds
'- *ty«. v Bta,t«. »*n<i lUt of anythlnr "f ihU kln<J
WZJ^g. o»ve, *"* I »ni nuke you a oas*i offer for th*in
«£ Jss»- C Si! Ur ' lxm«B dealt in. n. »• SMVTHB, n»on>
'*Wii Eicaante, N«w-T«rk.
Cankers ans DroKfrg.
Vermilye & Co"
BANKERS,
Nassau and Pine Sis., New York.
201 East German Si., Baltimore.
13 Congress Street, Boston.
Dealers in
U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS
and other
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed on
Balances subject to Draft at sight.
Private Wires to Boston.
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond.
Henry Clews. James B. Clews. John H. Clew*.
Member K. T. Stock Ex. Member N. Y. Stock Si.
C. P. Holzderber. Member N. T. Stock Exchange.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANKERS,
ii, 13, 15 and 17 Broad St.
Orders executed for Investment or on margin.
Interest allowed on deposits, subject to check.
Financial Agents for Corporations and laves
• ton.
Government and other High-Grad*
Bonds bought and sold,
BRANCH OFFICES:
•53 3d Are.. Cot. 67th St. I 202 sth Aye.. cor. 23th 9t.
487 Bway. silk Ex. Bld«. M Worth &89 Thorn St.
■7 Hudson St.. Merc. Ex. I 16 Court St.. Brooklyn.
Kountze Brothers,
BANKERS.
Broadway & : Cedar St., NEW YORK.
BUY AND SELL
Investment Securities.
Receive accounts of Corporations, Firms
and Individuals on favorable terms.
Make loans against approved collateral.
LETTERS OF CREDIT.
Redmond. Kerr & Co.
«1 WALL. ST.. New York.
232 La 6ALLE FT.. Chicago.
GRAHAM. KKHR a CO.. Philadelphia.
Transact a jrcnrraJ Foreign and Domestic Banking Busi
ness. Ijsus
LETTERS OF CREDIT.
Aili«r Interert on acpaatta RtMtd to draft. Art an
Fiscal Ajr«nts. nepntiate loans and issue mortgage r.nndf.
of railroads, ptr«><»t rkliways. gas companies, etc. Buy an,l
sell securities on commission. Members of New Tork
Stock Exchange. Deal In
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Municipal .4% l"% /\ || r\O
Railroad -to |< | (\I IV
Corporation I h>% \j\3V%\J%J
Selected tor conservative Inventors.
LISTS MAILED UPON APPLICATION.
* Interest paid on deposits subject to check.
Lawrence Barnum & Co.,
BANKERS,
135 BROADWAY. NSW YORK.
DEALER IN
American Brass Stock.
American Hardware Stock.
Denver Tramway Bonds.
i International Mercantile Marine Stocks.
N. Y. Quotation Stock.
Subway Realty Stock.
Frederic H. Hatch,
I NO. 3O BROAD STREET.
| Telephone 1922 Broad. ____^__
S. H P. I 'KM. CHAS. A. KITTLE.
Member N. Y. Stock Ex- ROBT. M. THOMPSON,
change. Special.
S. H. P. PELL and CO.,
BANKERS A BROKERS,
7 WALL STIiEIiT. N. Y.
Receive deposits subject to draft.
Collect interest and dividends and do *
general commission business.
A GLIMPSE
AT WALL ST.
AND ITS MARKETS.
Aleo dally, weekly report* issued free upon
request liv
JACOB BERRY & CO.
„^ Urn ( Coasnlldated Stock Eifhnnge.
Members j NyN y Produce Exchanga.
ESTABLISHED 1865.
44-46 Broadway, New York.
, Phila., Boston, Hartford, Montreal.
Transact a general hnxlnenk in lota of all
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton.
All Inquiries Bla-dly apinrrril.
~" CUBA.
investments.— encuniTiES.
Valuable timber, fruit anJ farmlnc lands, minins proper
lies and franchises in Cuba.
C. A. JOHNSON,
80 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
Itcfirroncca The Cuba Company. BO Broadway, and
..•''>; N. •»• York. Washington, Chicago, St. Louis, Kannas
City end Cuban.
"" HENRY B. CLIFFORD & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
10 WAUL ST., NEW YORK.
f NKiV YORK
I ■.■-,:. B'wav. ■ ••■. Slat 9t.
Branches: - 108 East 125 th St.
WASHINGTON, P. C.
I i :-;::r» "F* 1 6t N. W.
MEMBERS NEW YORK CONSOLIDATED STOCK
EXCHANGE AND THRIII3 OTHER
EXCHANGES.
Execute Orders for Investment or Tpon Margin In Stocks,
Bond*. Grain ■••■■ i Cotton.
PRIVATE WIRE SERVICE
NOTE!
Market letter mailed on application.
Willard H.Jones &Co.
BANKERS & BROKERS.
Members N.Y. Stock Exchange,
7 Wall Mri-i-i. \«-»v York.
STOCKS AND BONDS HorCHT AND SOLA) ON
COMMISSION.
LAWYERS' TITLE INSURANCE JO.
WINDSOR TRUST CO.
NATIONAL CITY BANK.
DEALT iv
CLIIMTOIV GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
J Prtd Pt'rt»n. Jr.. "' m .4. <<"">''' '■ Kuyttr BollitU
, Mem', of N. Y. Stock Exchange. Special.
J. F. Pierson, Jr., & Co.,
Stocks, Bonds & Investment Securities,
11 WALL STREET.
1 American Writing Paper Co. Securities
BOUGHT AND SOLD,
A.rn.ln. S. Gorbam. Jo*n «• Van Srbalok.
I*l BU.-JO 4: 6031 Cor«ltmdt. Cable Tarpoleam.
j VAIN SCHAiCK & CO.
• M. V. Stock Exchange.
I MEMBtn. OF c^»«B EE o l ««*«Trr.r
] WALL STKEET.
Baltimore. Maryland Trn»t BalUlag.
Tred'R ?♦ Ularauasil
ar.-3T BHUii) »TKtti.
BTOOK.»> c*3 BONDS
For Investment or on margin.
Book ofßsUwsr .t.tl.tl*--. »1»« ch«rt. ?I? I. •
Ins dally fluctuation* of the most ac »•
Ilnllwa" and ludu.trlal .lock-, on uiM.liea-
A DVEr.TISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Trlbua*
. received at their Uptown Office.
1 NO IM* BROADWAT.
' .Seiweea CSth aad BTU» sU.. until 8 o'clock p. m.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1902.
Crnst Companies.
FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY
r ?us l i i s inuai uuifir Rn i
NEWARK. N. J.
G&PITAL, SURPLUS I PROFITS OVER $5,000,000.00.
Transacts a general banking business.
Acts as Guardian, Administrator, Receiver; registers and transfers corporate
stocks and bonds.
Guarantees titles to real estate throughout the State of New Jersey.
Its Safe Deposit Vaults are the best equipped in the State. Absolutely fire
and burglar proof.
Accounts of /Manufacturers, Merchants, Corporations, Estates and indi
viduals solicited.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
OFFICERS:'
',£**' M. Mcl ARTKR President JOHN' F. DRYDFA „ Vice-Pr^rfdent
I HUM AS V MpCARTER 2nd Vice-Presll«nt and General Counsel
-,„__», JEBOJIK TAYLOR ; „ Trust Officer
FREDERICK W. EGNBR Secretary and Treasurer
JAMBS H. SHACKLETO.N Assistant Secretary and /Assistant Treasurer
DIItEG'TORSi '
JOHN F. DBTDEK JAMES W. ALEXASPBR. JAMES H. in DE LEST^TE D. WARD
THOMAS X. MeCARTER, EPOAR B. WARD. WILLIAM SCHEERER.
v HCVI.ER B. JACKSON UZAL. H. McOARTBR. JEROME TAYLOR.
WILLIAM N. COINER. Jr.. WHJ-IAM H. STAAKE. FORREST F DRYDEN.
HENRT S. REDMOND. CHARLES A. FEICK. BERNARD STRAUSS.
JOHN C. EISELE. ANTHONY B. KU9ER. WILLIAM H. McINTTRE.
* TRUST CO. *
66 Broadway, 234 sth Avenue.
HARLEM BRANCH. 100 West 125 th Street.
B. L. AIXEX, Manager.
CHARLES T. BARNEY. President.
FRED'K 1,. ELDRIDGK, First Vice- President.
JOSEPH T. BROWN, Second Vioe-President,
WILLIAM B. RANDALL, Trust Officer.
F. <j. KINO, Secretary and Treasurer.
JULIAN Mm GERARD, Asst. See. and Asst. Treas.
N.Y. Security & Trust Co.
46 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Capital & Surplus - $4,500,000
I'HABUiS *. KAIItCHII.D.
President.
IDRAJI M. ATT. Vice-Prealdent.
OSHORN W. lIHIRIIT. id VlfM>-I'rralflPßt.
I. 1 AKOLI. HOOT, :\,t \ lor-Prpsirtent.
ALEXAMJBIt S. r.lin. .Ir.. !>i«-cTPtarj-.
/.BLAH VAN LOAN. A»at. •» rotary .
JAMES B. KEtLER. --.I Ana't Secy.
11. \V. WHIPPL.E. Manager Bond Department.
TRtSTKESi
riiarlei> ■. Knlrrhlltl. .»nni<« A. Blair.
•Tame* J. Hill. Frank W. Stenrnn,
William K. Bulkier, Kdm'd D. Randolph.
Mnart G. \elaon. (irorxc AY. Perkins.
'(iklkoii Hiir.itl.ind. Vlirum M. Hyatt.
Janio Stlllnmn. Norman M Ilium,
M. C. D. Horden. Oharlea 31. Schwab,
John (*. Mcf.ullnnßli. John S. I*hi;tn«,
I'redekle B. Coudert. Frank 'lllford.
B. Aymar Sando. Woodhury l.nritraoii,
John AY. McrlliiK, Otbora U. Urighl,
John A. .Mi-fnll.
K. Parmalee Prentice.
This company Is authorized to act as Executor. Trust**.
Administrator. Guardian, Agent. Receiver, Registrar and
Transfer Agent.
Receives deposits subject to enaek, atloirlns Interest on
<laMv balances.
Q^ninmn ficsorts
>k»-ji:h«ev. xew-jkrsey.
LAKEWOOD, NEW JERSEY,
The Famous Presort for Fall and Winter!
S6e Laurel House
Now Open for the Season Until June Ist, 1903.
&/>e Laurel-In-The-Pines
Now Open for the Season Until May 15. 1903.
Both Hotels 1 adcr Msusgtmeul of DAVID B. PU'MGU.
A J. ML'RPHT. Ai.n = tsnt Manager. Ljtursl Houss. FR.CNK T. ffIUTE. Ass't M«r . L*ur»l-ln-th«-Plnaa
HfEW-JEKSEY. "
•THE HOTEL THAT MADE LAKEWOOD FAMOUB."
LAKEWOOD, N. J. '
THE LEADING HOTEL OF LAKEWOOD.
HOW OKI-
Perfectly appointed. Environment superb.
The cuisine and service equal those of the
famous restaurants of New York and Paris.
Hydrotherapeutic Bath:-.
.IAS N. BERRY, i— „,„
H. E. EDER. ; Manager*.
New York office, 249 sth Aye.
Telephone— loo 3 Madison Square.
OAK COURT.
LAKEWOOD, N. J
A New. high niai.- Family Hotel. All Modern Impress
ments. Public »n.l Private baths. Rooms gin«ly or »n
tuite. For Information an.l booklet address M. J. BVAXB.
T AKEWOOD. N. J.
XJ THE LEXINGTON,
Opposite Laurel Houi>-. Open all year. Sunny rooms. Open
wood fires; private and public baths. steam heat, electric
lights. Ratfh. $2 SO day and up. A S. LARRABKE. Prop.
LAKEWOOD. N. J.— 'Best winter climate; private fam-
XJ ily. one mile from station. In the rlnes, will entertain
a few guests; tuna) rooms. Bo* 347.
1' AKEWOOD. N\ .!.-— Bertram Cottajr*; beautifully eltu-
J U«d on Fnrest-ave.. nca" Hotels and Lake drive;
large ninny rooms; ■;•■ wood Or**,
IiINEMERE. LAKEWOOI). N. J —New hnuse. tun
parlor, open fir* place*. Modern Improvements,
excellent board; five minutes walk to depot. Open October
to July. kite—* L. H. 6YKEB
HOTEL. TBAYMORE
ATLANTIC MTV. N. .1.
Remains open throughout the jear. Bvery known
comfort and eonvenlesca for fall and winter guests.
TraymfTe Hotel Co..
D. S. WHITB. JR.. PretMent.
rpi;i. WILTSHIRE,
L VIRGINIA AYE. AND BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. OPEN AM* THE YEAR.
Centrally located within a few steps of Steel Tier and
all Hmun^menta; Itfeain heat, sun parlor, elevator to
■tre«t "VsMI I'KU DAY: $12 50 PER WEEK.
I3SOPBR DAT: $18 80 PER WEEK
Semi for Illustrated .tti.t S. S. PHOEBUS.
Mi\V-VOIIK.
OPEN ALL WINTER.
MILLBROOK. DUTCHESB CO.. N. Y.
GEORGIA.
THOMASVIL.LC, «A.
Through Pullman -■■> i- < am fastest trains to
PfIKIEV WOOMS MOTEL
DOWN IN TUB PINE FORESTS.
I COUNTRY CLUB. OOU LINKS. QUAIL AND TRAP
SHOOTING, BICYCLE PATHS.
1 HARVEY ■ WHOP. Hotel Belles ue. Boston, Mass.
3 rark Place, New York. Mondays, ii to 2.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
AX IDEAL WINTER RESORT. LOCATED AT
* NORTH AUGUSTA. S. C.
ONE MILE FROM CITY or AUGUSTA. GA.
, WILL OPEN FOR ITS FIRST SEASON JAN. IST. 1808
Over 400 rooms, luxuriously furnished. «aeh room cob
n«-ts with priv. te bath. Complete electric cervlc*. in,
! cludi-.r telephone In every room _, '
For booklet and rates apply lo W, F. "Warren. Fifth
I Avenue Hotel. New York, or
C. A. LINSLEY, Proprietor,
' * Hampton Terrace. North Augusta. Alken Co.. S. C,
Formerly proprietor ■>: the Bon Air Hotel, Augusta, Oa ,
and Kenllworth Inn. Ashevljlr. N. C.
TTCQE ÜBfIDOfICSTF DSOT ?
CAMDEN. S. C.
OPEM DEC. IST. 100-. BOOKLETS.
*****"" CALEB TICKNOR <S Spy. Prop..
CALEB TICKNOR * SOSJ. Frop.,
FLOKIUA.
BELLE AIR. FLORIDA.
Through Pullman Service
1 r.n Fastest Trains to
THE NEW RESORT
w.vtitt RP-T T FVIEW Finest Cut Links In
HOTEL. btLLt-viciv th^ South Turf greens.
Excellent fiehlnsr: nv>Vfj TV TiwrTinv
fcft'htM; food t^aun? ' 'Kt-.N 1^ JAM. AKT
HARVEY * WOOD. H*tel Bellevue. Boston, Mass.
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Public Notices.
pUBLIC XOTICE.-STATE OF NEW YORK,
Hoard of Railroad Commissioners. Albany. November
18. 1002. — ApplWtJon having i»-«n made to this Boar.l by
the People* Traction Company, of >!.• city of New York
under Section IK' of the Railroad Law, for the approval
of this Board of the use of the overhead electrical trolley
hvmlwiii of motive [lower in the operation of the railroad oi
eald company < m the Borough of The Bronx), notice is
hereby Riven that a public hearing on said application
will be held by thl* Board at Parlor I) R. Fifth Avenuo
Hotel N»w York City, on Tuesday, November 25, 1902, nt
10:00 o'clook A. M. By the Board. B. C. McENTEE. As
fl'tant Secretary. Board of Railroad Commissioners.
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rot La Guayra. Pu»rto Cabala Curarca and Mara
caibo. via Curacoa — Calling also at San Juan. P R
5. S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. November SO noon
6. 8. CARACAS.. Saturday, December '."'noon
Thes* vessels hsve superior accommodations /or ms
tengtrt. *^
BOL'LTON. BLISS, & DALLETT.
Oeneral Manajers. i :;', front St.
Ty£ALLOUY STEAMSHIP I. INKS.
Fry.m Ne« Tork Wf.in^riiv s. Fridays and Saturdays
FOR TEjla*. OEOKGIA AND Kl^RlTlA
STRAIGHT aM ROUND TRIP Ticket* "** U U all
points in Texas. Colorado. Arizona. «"»llf«rnla. Mexico.
*c: G«orna. Florida, Sx. T>ehs;hiful Excursions.
C. H. MALLORY » CO.. G»n. Agta.. Pier V>. E X . N. T.
JTALIAN ROYAL MAIL S. S. CO
NAVIGAZIONB GKNERALE ITALIANA.
NAPLES -GENOA- ALEXANDRIA.
ALL NEW STEAMERS. WEEKLY SERVICE.
HIRZEL. FELTMANN & CO.. 11 Broadway. N. T.
"Ti VELOCE."-FAST ITALIAN LINE.
Navt«azi<-,ne Italiana a Vapor* to Naples. Genoa
Sort America Do*. 2iCitLadi Napo4i Dec. If
Large Cabins. Dinlna; Saloon on promenade de<^k.
• BOLCOXEiI. HARTPIBLD * CO . » Wall St.
Bailtoao9.
: PENNSYLVANIA
£- "V \ I[_j s|, ~3 m
ST "»X?r? NN rr S i.- fS2 " f WKS T'W ENTT-THIRD STREET
- -Th ' 'V MK ' ''' '" V AND CORTXAKtrT STREETS.
• 1.-.i ''♦•■'init tlm«- from Desbrossea and
lull la " d » streets i* live? minutes later than
' %tmtiJ |v mm below- for T^venty-tbtrd Street
station .e ».ce.pt where otherwise noted.
1 ♦• > \. ,H. VAST MAIL.— LlmitM to two Buffet Parlor
i i-^f 8 N(lv York to Pinshurg. Sleepms Car Pittsburg to
I a*- co i. N " «" i-itUil.urß.i -itUil.urß.
»'k'r A. «' KAST LINE. — Mtuburs and >•ie^»^an<l
• UJili \. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Com
jv*rtment »le<-plnK. Din - Smoking, arwl Obaertatlon
I cant. f-« Chicago. Cleveland. Tole-10, Cincinnati. Ind
' . 'anap.->lis,. Ldulsvillc. sit. Louis.
: *.JS P. M. THE PEN.NSVI.\ \NIA SPEHAL-
■ our train to Cblcaco. Pullman tn»er*-»tion,
nrawlng-room. Sleeping. Dining, and Buffet Stnoktng
*-535 3 H. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.—
For T.ilclo. Nashville <via Cincinnati and Louisville).
Iniipnajpolls. Chicago. St. Units. Pining Car.
5.55 I*. H. St. LOL'IS EXPRESS.— Pittsburg. Cin
cinnati. Indianapolis. L»aisville. S>. Lout* D»ntn« Car.
1 _ For Welch. W. v a . (vii Shenandoah. Valley Route).
5.55 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. -For Chicago. Tor
I - 12' .• r\c~i>\ Saturday Dining Car.
'•'" 1 . -M. PA'-lFt''" EXPRESS— For Pittsrwirg and
Chicago. Foj Knoxvilie, daily, via Shenandoaa Valiey
„ Route. «>/inects for Cleveland except Saturday.
! &.2S P. if. CLEVIJL.\ND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRESS. — For Putsburs. Cleveland and Cincinnati.
WASHINGTON AND THE SOI TH.
■•0 5 . t/s ».25 (Dining Carl 10.10 »D«sbioe»es and "or I
lar>lt Streets, 10.20) iDlrrinsl Car), 10.53 iDinlns »ar»
•.111.. 12.55 (Dining Car). - }« iDerbrosges and Cortlandt
Streets. 2.a» (3.25 "Congressional Lim..' all Parlor ana
TMning Cars), 3.25 (Dining Cart 425 tDining Car). *55
! (Dining Car). 9.25 p. n . 12.10 nl?ht. Sunday. VJS.
i 9.25 (Dining Car). 10.55 (Dinlnc Car) a. m.. 12.56 (Din-
Ing Car). (3.25 ••Congressional Lim " all Parlor and
Dining Cars). 3.35 tDining Car*. 4.20 tDlnins; Car). 55
'Dining Cur). 9.25 p. m.. 12.10 night.
SOITHERN .RAILWAY— Express 3.25. 4.25 p. m.. 1310
night daily.
ATUA.NTIC COAST LINE— Express. 8.26 a. m. 825
p. ni. daily.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. — "Florida and Metro
politan Limited." 12.65 p. in. ..lsU'- - Expres«. 12.10
night daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
and New- Orleans 3.2% p. m. daily.
CHESAPEAKE ft 'OHIO RAILWAY— 55 a. m week
days. 12.:.5 and 4. 5.1 p. m dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.55 a m
week-da-,. and 8.55 p m. dally.
ATLANTIC CITY— 9.SS a m and 236 p. m %«ek-da>!i.
Sundays. 7.55 a. in Through Vestibuled Train*. Buffet
Parlor Cars and Standard OMChei 00 week day*. Par
lor Smoking ("ar. Parlor Cars. r>inlas Car. and Standard
Coaches on Sundays.
CAPE MAY.— 12.55 b m week-day
for points on New York and Ix>njf Branch Railr«»a4 r.rom
West Twenty-third Street Statloro. «■ V. a. m 12.10.
525. 410 and 4 .v, p in w^ek-davs Sundays. 25
a. SB 4.55 p. m 1 From r>pfbr.-sf?3 and CaitPHpH
Ftrsstsi. 9.00 a. m. 12.20. 8.40. 420 and 10 p. m
week-days. Sundays. 9.45 a. m.. 5.15 r>. in.
FOB PHILADELPHIA. ...
, 610 <Deshross»» and Cortlandt Streets. « 20. 1 » To\
- -•• f, .',5. fc.25 .ninir.K Car «»55 Penna. Limited).
1• • I•> .Desbro*»*s and Cortlandl Streets. 10.20) (Dining
Can. 10.55 (Dining Car) 11.55. a. m . 1265 (Dining
•""ar. 1.55 (Dinlns Can. 2.10 iDesbrosses and Cortla*l«
Streets. 2 20.. .'.-:, 325 .Dicing Can. 3.55. 4.». 4.55
1 Dining Can 4.55 (Dining Can. 5.55 (Dining Cart. .55
8.25. 5.55. P. 25 p. m. 12 10 i.nrht Sunday*. « 10. T.SS
'no ooarhesi. 8.25. 8.55 >• 25 (Dining Can. 9.65 (Uai
1t»d). 9.55. 10 M. (Dlrlng Cart a., m.. 12.55 .Dinlr« Cart.
1.55 (Dining Cart, 3 25 (Dining Car). 3.55. 4.25 (Dining
Can, 4.55 (Dining Car), 5.53 (Dining Car.. T.W. 8.25.
8 55, MB p. m.. 12.10 right
Ticket offices New. 461. 1354. 111 an.l 261 Broadway. 193
Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.). 263 Fifth Avenue icorner
29th 9t.». 1 Aator H.-.us^. West Twenty-third Street
Station, and stations foot of Desbrosseii and Portland*
Streets: 4 Court Street. $60 Fulton Street. »8 Broadway
and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brooklyn : Station
.Tfrfev City. The New York Transfer Compa»y -will
call for and check baggage from hotels and residences
through ta destination
Telephone "914 Eignteenth Street" for Pennsylvania Rail
road Cab Service.
J. B. HLTCHINSON. J. H. WOOD,
General Mana*»r. . Gen'l Passenger Agent.
<Dican Steamers.
OgO@siD ©[poodidDDdgo
ON THE PALATIAL
E. 0. PRIXZEtSIN VICTORIA LVISE
lTtTi iKM^^s^irn
LJ vjfc/ UVJ Csj Gu GJ
* nd [BcbefddqqigQsi
lumm %m yobk, feibtt.'gs
NUMBER LIMITED TO 190.
"M.V LOWER BERTHS.
4<> SINGLE-BERTH CABINS.
DURATION OF TRIP 28 DAYS'
New T rk to Nassau cohere tourists from the South can
Join the vessel). Porto Rico. St. Thomas, St. Pierre and
Fort de France <Marttntc.ue>. St. Vincent. Grenada.
Curacao. Jamaica. Santiago and Havana (Cuba). Bermuda.
Km York.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
• 35 37 BKOAI'W AY.
IROdDDRITOQ (BEOBEID^^ O-ILGDITfIDo
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOfBO— BREMBN.
From Pier .".J North River. Gansavoort &t.
Kai«"r Z>*e. 2. 10 A.U. !Kronprlnz..r>l>. K>, in A.M.
Kronprln*. ..Dec. 18, 2P.M.'Kal»er Feb. 24. 10 A.M.
Kaiser .Jan 8 10 A.M. : Kroaprlni. .Mar l". 10 A.M.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
FOR BREMEN DIRECT.
From Bremen Plere. Hoboken. N. J.
Frledrieh der Gross*, Nov. 2T. 10 A. M.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
From Pier 24. Amity St.. Brooklyn.
Lihn Dec. 6 I* A.M.'Trave Fa« 11 1" A M
•Trave Jan. 7. II A.M. ItNeckar Feb. 21. Noon
Lahn Jan. 31. IU AM 'Lalin . Star. 14. • A.M.
•Cills at Algiers, -'iilwaltar. Naples only.
OELRIi H- & CO., NO. 3 BROADWAY. N. T.
Louis 11. Meyer. 4."« South Third St.. PhiU.
ISJiA^ißitll!i!.G-Ae(J9IE!S!ISA69 LIB9-E.
FOR PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG- HAMBURG
TWIN S( Ki.'V EOCPRES3 SERVICE.
s*. S. iu;ris< ur.AM>.
FROM X. V DEC. IS JAN 22 AND FEB. IS
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVILE.
Fretoria Nov. 26. S AM 'Pennsylvanla.Dec. 6, 9:30 AM
WalJcrsee.. \"o' --.- 6AM Moitk. . - Dec. 11. 3am
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
NEW TORB - NAPLES — GENOA.
S. S. AUGUSTE VICTORIA,
from N. Y. Feb. 3. IMS.
'or Madeira. Gibraltar. Malaga.
Algiers an.l Genoa,
at Special Rates
Phcpm.-la Dec. S. 2 I'M PhWniola . . . Jan. 28 2 FM
Palatla Jan. 12. -■ I'M Palatia, .. Mar. 2. 2PM
ALSO WINTER CRUISES.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
Offices. S3 an.i 37 Broadway. Tiers. Hoboken. N. J.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL B. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN {vAISHA.
Between .-ar. Franetai Honelulu. Yokohama. Kobe.
NftCasiki. Shanghai. Hong Kong.
Steamers La 1 -- ban Francis's, at 1 P. M.
CHINA I »c. 3 SIBERIA De. 27
DORIC- ':•■ 11 1 COPTIt-- Jan. 3
NIPPON MARL. .IVf. 10; AMERICA MARU. Jan. 10
Kor fro pht. pae-^nger and general Information apply to
849 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place. Washington Building,
and -:>>7 Broadway.
MBiT SilliS MM AMD HUP.
by specially ch.4rt»r?d North German Lloyd expr»?s P. S.
Kalserln, 9,900 tons. Fat T. #5 ,i.i>.^. shore trips, hotels,
guides. drtvi IncludeU. \l>ltinfc MuJeira. Granada, the
Alhambru. Alglem, Malta. Athens. C'.nstantin<»>le,
Smyrna. It duv^ iri Pali line »p.i Esypt. Naples. Boat*.
Nice, Sec. Absolutely no overcrowding: only the main
dinlna ro..m to be uaed Wrtl Indies Cruise Jan. 14. $123
up; Norway-Russia i'rul<e. July '.' $273 up.
FRANK C. CLARK. 111 Hroadway. New York.
LFd>[? [PcDtPfidD ffiDi3(3D o
.-t.Hiiii-1.1v.s of the RED 'V LINE will sail for San
Juan direct as follows:
S. B PHILADELPHIA Saturday. November 2». noo n
c. S. CARACAS Saturday. D««sraaw IS. n-:««n
For freight or pay-^ge apply to
>l LTON BLIPS ,v DALLETT.
General Managers. 133 Front St.
QDOLDD ""ODiibfiSfl^lOCbEil ILOR3E
DAILY SERVICE
For Old Point Cojmfoirt, Norfolk, Portsmouth. Pinner's
: Point and Newport Ne<vs. Va.. connecting for PM#rfbur».
1 Richmond. Virginia Eeach. Washloston, O. C and entire
South and West.
Fr»lrht and Passenger »t»amer» sail from Pier W. N.
1 R foot Beach St.. every wesk day at 3 P. M.
V H. B. WALKER. T.-afflc Manager.
AMERICAN LINE.
i * NEW THAMPTO.V-LQNCON
I St Faul...Nov. 2*. lM a. m. i Philadelphia Dec. 10. 10 a m
tt' L.>Ki» D*o. 3. lOa.m.'St. »aul. Dec It 10 a. m.
; t»BD STAK LINE
i *^ NBWVTORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
! KrX;aiu.Bd N-.-v IT*, l'l a. m. I Finland . t>ec. 13. 1»> a m
! Zteliui-i ...Dec. '■ 10 a. m. ; Va4erl»r>d ...t>ec.2O. 10 a. m
f INTERN"ATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
j Piers 11 and 16. N R t>*«». 73 Braadwar. K. Y.
iV" _ ~ CUNAIID LINE
! "*■ TO LIVERPOOL VIA iJVEENdTOW X.
| Etrurla-- Nov. * 2f. M. j Lticauia,.D*e. 20. «:3n A. M.
! Campania. . «. ■' A M. i Etrurfa . Dec. 27. IP. M.
i Umbrla Dec. 13. 1 p. M- rampanta Jan. S. « A M.
i VERNON S BROWN * CO.. Gen igmt*.
«9 BROAI'WAT- NEW YOHK
! A - W.niTE STAR LINE.
" NEW-YORK— QVEENSTOWN— UVEBPOOL.
Maie*ttc Nov. 2«. n.-.-n, 0.-«amc D#o. 17. 7 a m
Celtic P»c. 3. 7 ■•!-> a. M. I Cymric < D«c. 3*. neon
Teutonic ■ . De... 10. noon i Celtic Dec. SI. «:3»» a. m
Pier -IS. North River. Office. <> Broadway, New York.
; QOOK'S EGYPT AND HOLY LAND TOURS.'
. Five hlsrh dan escorted Pa " i " Jan.. r»>j ♦"^
*March. ?6V> tn Jf.SW. w *a<t
?HOS. COOK 4 SON. »1 ft US^B ■
Hatlroaos
NEWYORK
Central
*^-^ & HUDSON RIVER R. R.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
VIA NIAGARA FALLS.
ej?trt*t**> $sl*sz£F, GG ™ Central iuMo *
ir^.JS 1 5S.' KunJ tninK. ex- » P t tho-« le«vlnr Gna-.
?.!-.? •'?'", 10 " at 3 » »*ft "50 a. it.. 2.43. *».
iepi.-J ■" **• x • *'" st °P at »- >l h St. to r*-^-» »*
i.i L-.,'»V,'.r T111"'T 111 "'" 1 " 3 * rt 'r leaving r,ran.i Central Station
r-SSSrS train.-., excej^ the -J.th c-mtury" and UN
at :7&ZZ <*** E *P«-«*." «>*l No». 3* and ««. wlll.st-i:
•.',," >f J«? "<lnutes b«for» their arriving tim« ai
* /n •£ '-entral Station.
12.10 i V ,, M 'MM NI.-.HT EXPRESS. Pus Bufhl'
. ,C •♦ ■■' \. N '- I*'"-a1 *'"-a Fa!! r .\f> 2 p. M .
0.15 •*."•— 'EXPOSITION FLYER Pw Buffalr:
'I' Cleveland 4 •. In.ilanspolMi 11.45 P. M..
- r-*~ i »?*° ' ' • "!: t*ul» ".»> next morning.
.54 JSrtinT^S^^ LCK.AL *top» at all lw "
8.30 t M— tEMPIRE STATE EXPRESS. MM
*»** famousi train in the world I>ue Buffalo «.45.
«. .- N:as;ara Falls 5.45 P M.
8.45 &J\^[^<?&rXX?«? c »*^
10.30 D^^Bu-^J, £ X f R^ S MaKe, ice, ,to»,
1 1 .30 7 33 p~v Rt A - V ID EXFRLJS. P-i-B-i»!an'
12.50 t M-— *nt.'FFAtO LIMITED. Baa Bu<t»*» 1!
4 «« S M Nu * i'-*i '-* f".,,:* 12 a. A M
I 00 P M -'^""THnE.-TKRN LIMITED. r*u# Cre
• rt^w ctnnatl ]..»>. liulUtnapolls ||»i M St tons
. _,_. *>«.•• P. M. m day.
1 00 P M *' HT ' " AlJ '" > LIMITED 24 hours to CM-
A *r- £* S ° Tla L " k * Sh "-'- 27 via MC.
2.45 '' M --*"THE : " rH CENTfRY LIMITED C«
~'^*" hour train t.^ • hlca«o via Lake Shore. «!»<•
3 trio lights ar..l fur*.
3 30 -' , M — TALBANY ANn TROT FL.TER. Bus
• x3U Albany », 4t>. Troy 7.1»> P M.
335 P M— 'ALBANY AND TROY T.xntTJ*
Wt>J ' J Local stop*. . .
400 r M— 'DETROIT. GRAND RAPIDS tan
•t.UU CHICAGO SPECIAL.
530 P - M— -LAKE SHORE LIMITEI>. M i««w
w * w ** 'ran- ■ to Chicago. All Pullman Car*. t>-:»
■•"»!ar- 7.25 A M. Cincinnati 1 30. la*a>
ajxilis 8..V. (.-hlcaio 4 >'. St. Luuls 9.45 P. M
next day.
6HO P M.— "WESTERN EXPRESS. 3« hour* ">
ZL'Z Chicago V i a both v. S. and M. C.
6 r M.— 'MONTREAL. EXPRESS Ma D. * H.
i****** or Rutland. .
730 P M.— 'ADIRONDACK AND MOKTREAt.
I.OU EXPRESS. .
ft 00 r '•' - -'BI.TFALO ANT TORONTO SPECIAL.
UIVU Due Buffalo 725 A. M Niagara r»l!» 83.
9. _ Toronto l'> ,vi A M.
IK P 'SPECIAL MAIL. LIMITED. Sis**)***
_,*'** car only for Rochester.
920 p M— 'SOUTH-WESTERN SPECIAU Dm»
*'•*•*' Circlnnati 7.50. Ir.dianaoclts I^lo P. M-. St.
9l>vile T. 30 second morti'ne
Qrt P- M.— 'PACIFIC EXPRESS Chtcato 34 henra
.«« by Michisran Central. 33 hours b\ Lake Shore.
1 1 30 p M— 'NORTHERN N'Cvl- YORK EXPMaW.
■ • .v( Can* Vincent. Ozdensburg. Ac
•Daljy. ■Ex'-er- Sund>v «Exc^r>t M"nd3y.
lIARLGM BRANCH.
►OS A M. an.l 338 P. M. Dally. «.- t Sun4ty. to
Pltttßeld and North Adams. Sunday •■ 9:20 A M.
Pullman c^rs on all through trains.
Train* Illuminated with Plntsch Hjrht.
Ticket offices a' 113. 261. 415 ami 1.214 Broadwar. »
Union Sq. W.. 275 Cclumhus ■•• 133 W««t ISH«h 9» .
Grand Central Station. 119 St. station and 135 th St. ela
tion. New York ; S3S and 726 Fulton St. and 106 Broadway.
E. D . Brooklyn.
Telephone ••&*■< 3!»th Street" fr>r New Tart Cs«tfa| Cab
Service. Baggage checked from hotel of resideacs by
VTestcott Express Company
New York Central Route
BETWEEN
NEW YORK, BOSTON
AND NEW ENGLAND
Via Springfield and las
BOSTOX A.\D AtBAW RAILROAD.
»N«w York Central & Hudson Ml sal P R L*e»ee.)
Train* leave Grand Central station. Fourth Avenue »3d
42d Street. New York, as follow*:
tft.OO A M.. »lt« noon. '4 <*> P M.. m flO P. M. .
arrive Boston 3.30 P. M, 5 40 P. M.. 1" M P. M. « 15
* Leave Boston '■•'*> A. M.. nm aaam *♦ «° P. . M .
•11 •» P. M.; arrive N«w York 5.30 P. M.. 5 *> P. M .
li>.m P. M «14 A. M. \„„
Tickets at New York, Central ticket •>«<:»•. 415 •"« 1.-I'
Brftai»ay and at Grand Central Station. ~ .
A. H. SMITH. GEORGE It DANIELS.
General Superintendent. General Passenger Ajeat.
WEST SHORE
RAILROAD.
.>:•■« Tork Central & Hudson River R. R.. te*t*+ »
Tra»s ieav« Frackiin *. Scation. New York, a* toUowa.
and 15 mm. later loot We»t 42.1 St.. K. B. :
•7.10 A. M. — For Intermediate point* to Albany.
tII.SOA. M. — -li Saiitoaa and Mohawk £.i»res«.
•1 •»> P. M— Chicago Express.
•5.25 P. M— Corn. Lim. for Detroit. "Tii. and st T^' •
•3.45 P. M.— (3) rot Hudson River points and Albany
..hi p M -For Roch.. Buffalo. rieveld and Chicago.
tT.45 P M.— For Ro.-h.. Buffalo. Detroit »n.i St. Lewis
*» 15 P M —For Syra.. Boch- Niagara Falls Pet. a- CM.
•Dally t Daily except Sunday. Leave* Brooklyn Ann#*:
ill at t10.45 A. M.. -• at t3.fns P. M. Leave* Jers»y
City P R R. >ta .1. at H1.20 A M.. <2> t3.35 P. M.
Time tables at principal hotels and ofSees. Bag?a;«
checked from hotel or residence by West- ott Express.
A H SMITH C. E. LAMBERT.
' General Superintendent. General Passenger Ag*nt.
READING SYSTEM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL R. R.
liberty Street and South Ferry dim* from Soutli
Ferry tiv< minutes earlier*.
E4>TO>". UETHLEHEM. ALL£*T«H»S A>l»
M**ICH CHINK S4«*> '"13 EastAß only). ft ••■
"\">l 1?), *■»<>• 08 iS * 5 EasttMj only) P. M. Sua
da\i z4 25 A M 1 '». 3.30 P. M.
'V M si* P. M Sindavs. z4.2S A M. I P M.
LAKEWOob. TOMS RIVER AND BARNEGAT
_j4 (k> 9 40 A M.. LM (3.40. 4.10. Lakew.j:! only) 3CO
P M ' Sundays 1600 A. M
\tl%Stic ClTY— ♦>»■*► a M.. t3.*>P. m
VI\KUA.\D AND BKIDiiBTOX— ti4.OO A. ■ tl 3t>
lo\g" BRAS* H. Asninv park, oceax
GROVK. POIXT PLEASANT AM> !»EA.SIIORF.
POINTS— I4.O" S.3f. 11.30 A. M . 4.4»" 3.20. «.3J I*. M.
BuadaV*. *iL.>i)t Ocean Grove. > i»> A M.. 4.tX> P. M.
PHILVDELPIHA (READING TERMINAL!
Ztil.tg* tB.OO. "ft-Ou. tlo.OO. +1100 A. M.. tl2<». M •»...
|I.3<>' t2.0«. t3.o»:«. •■».(»:•. «8.00. 16-tJO. t730. 18.00 P. M..
MtSllnd' CHESTNUT STREl=rrS— »4». 18 30. Mo.3»\
•lI.JW " M.. *I'JW. t'3.40. •3— •"'<" *» P. SI.
RirVni^Ci. HAHHI*BIRG. VOTT»VIILE A>l>
\VILLI\M*IMmT— | 4f. z1.25. »S-00. | , +» » .10.«».
11w 7a'm.. R*aain|t ouly>. i:il»*> I 2t\ t2 W P M
Reading. Pottsvilla and UarrUburs am •*•• t5«»
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
FOR BALTIMORE AXD "WASHINGTON- t(M
•10.30. *11 30 A. M.. •! « ;'■■*' •;. .- •; .., p m
•12.13 Mdt.
zFrom Libert- Street cnlv. *Dal!y. traily. ev^c-
Sunday. tj.:. . only. jFarior cars only. i;Vi»
Taaia<)iM
Offi.-es: Üb*rty Yt. Ferr>-. S<Mith V#r:-v fi *st"r H'?ue»
113. Ml. 434. 1.. '• 1354 Erondway. is; s»b Ay... 23 rnlon
Square West 153 E^st 155 th Sfc. 273 Woi 12Sth St .
245 Columbus A\- N»»- York; 4 Ccirt St.; 544. S«O F>iT
ton 5t . Brooklyn: S3 I- adway. ■W'jl!iam«hurr. >'•■•
York Transfer Co. call* for and checks i~*gtig- to des
tination.
W. G. BKBLKB r M m RT
General Manager f3»ner»! Pass'r *,%»*'
LEHIGH VALLEY.
Foot of Wejt 23d A : Cortlandt and DtiM*e»ee Stretti 8
•Dally, » Except Sunday. i"ji3'Jay rh»o«TW >■ 12 .-5 4 12.44.
* ; no d■; 25. > « i.v«s. _
UN T A.L- ?f T..8
Buffalo L.>-ai •»«.» » Ml *"i 12 '*
Bullal • and Clilcsgo Expresf '« 3 » g »* V*
BLACK DIAMOND BXTKBBS I+llI +11 M » » *12 •» * <•
Maachthunlt and Hszien.n Local % l.' « p »,M;2 » • k
mo'^f"eym o '^f" ey Eipre " ::::::::::::::! i£S» «5;:
rhu-a>[ rass # n^ «p » **^ *2 f »
THB%UFFALO TRAIN *T*J*_.. * "
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at 1 IS. 9SI . S»\ 555. 139* aart
1354 Brmuftcav. l«! MM Are. 25 rnloa s-i'tare We*t. 243 t'eiomhus
Aye . N V . s*o Ful'on Si . I Court >t . 96 Broadway and Ft. Fulton
6i.. Brooklyn.. N. T. Transfer Co. wtll call for and check lusjUl
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Leave NEW- YORK CITT. South IVrry. Liberty St
Olucaico. Ptttsburg . *t2.VJnt. •I'ilSnt.
Clan CPlumbus *l2Up m. •! 00 p. it. Pins*.
Plttshur* i"l«v.- •3.35 p.m. *3.40 p. m. Ll«s«l.
"Pittsburjc Limit*.!" •6.55 p.m. *T no m. Buffet.
Cincinnati. St. Louis «12 1" r.t. M2.15»t.- •
Cincinnati, St. Louis *tß>.aka.aa. *1«j a. m. r>ln«».
Cincinnati. St. Louis . t "■'• p. m. *T.rt> p. m BufTst.
Norfolk 112.JW p. m *1 UP pm. Diner.
ROYAL Bill: TRAINS.
Washington. Balto. .. tS.2Sa.ai. »S.3i)». m. Buffet.
Washington. Balto *1(>.2.' a. m. *10..1(> a. m. Din*'.
Washinston. Baltc •1123 a.m. •!!»». m Vin*r.
Washinctcn. Balto . . . *12.5» pm. *t ■«' m. Wh#p.
•r. .■ Limited" . •:< .is p. m. «8 *> i.. m. Pine*.
Wa»hlr.«ton Halt's •!."•". ra. •5.00 p.m. fMno*.
Washlnirton. Balto •« 55 p. m. •7 00 p.m. Buffi»*.
Washington. Ralto „_.,.,,,, »12 15 nt. »Msm
•Dally. tDailv except Sunday. «Hirt.iay only.
Office* 113 91 *2* ?fM> Broad ray. « \*tr>r H("i-".
15 Union Square \V.. .'ll Grand Str«et. N. T.; 843 Futtsm
Street. Brooklyn: SotrtJl F"»rrv ani Ijic*rty Strut*. B^»-
SB?* checked fr-^m hot*l or r»si'l»p.<-e (■•> destination.
Lackawnnna R.ailro&.d.
Leave New York, foot tarcUj- »rti *--ristopier 3t v
ts.OO A. M —For Binghamt.-.n and ;yracu*s
•10.00 A. M.— For EuTilo. Chva«o ana St. Lou«a>
•1.40 P. M — Fur Buffalo ani c»'.«a«o v
♦4. C0 P. M .— For Scrant?s and Plymouth. .
•6.10 P. M.— For Buffalo and Chicago.
•8 4* P. M.— Ctiea. Oa-wega »thae». 9ufl»l«.
•2CO A SI---For Chicairor-?Wver« cms • P. s*.
Tl=fc«ts at 111 433. !'.SS Broadway. N. T : S3S r?tt»«
St.. Brooklyn. 'Da:.;. t Except Scnd;y.
stramboat«
Boats tar Catskiii. Hudson. Coxsackia and rft* WBMI
Undines. *ver:- w«ak day at 6 P. il . frota Pier ij. X. R.
V v ERTISt:MENTS «n3 «.uUs"r;ptioaa for Ta« Tft&mu
XX rei.eiv«<] ii ifccir l>Lj»d Olßce.
»O. I^i4 BROADWAY.
Between sjrtth and STrt its., until y a doe* p. m.
\Jv«r:i*er<:e->i» •.. ii; tc r.-i<*iv^d at th* follow is; branch
«tj~es at regular of&r* rate* uctil A o'clock d- m.. *l«.l
254 Sth>are.. s- c. car. Si St.. tSS 6th-ave» «r.
12th-st OS East 1 Jtb -«.«.: 'jr. - \\>»i 42d-st.. t-.
ti»een Tth »nd sch eves.: 2iS3 West i:-.tt-.i 1 {<»
;td-ave.. between 76th and ~ih »«».: l."-U .<M-«**..
:..lr til>i-st. . I ..UN •»•-•«•.. near J'Jth-.i : ■ -.T V.»%t
l-."»tli-»t.i 7o«t Trrnissl nil.: iSjMt !'.i|-4Vi-,, sjs*r
41st-»t.: 054 :;.l-a»p.i aiO Bl*^>tx*fl>st.i 825
Bleerk^r-jt. -UrooklFn, X. Y— Ulfl Coart-at.
-"i.'» Smirb-»t.: I.ih>4 Gaies-aTe. Newark. S. J.
-704 Broad.*!. Also a; A D. T. •»:«»
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