OCR Interpretation


New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, October 05, 1904, Image 10

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030214/1904-10-05/ed-1/seq-10/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 10

10
UTERABY XOTES.
Sm tincrpectefi U. buSeefi. tarp«=i=-- **«*
the eJSdaJ llf* of Lord Befccoesie-i 3 concerned
It is sot or.ly to be -written by ■ »£=»»«• of ti»
■taS af Til* Ixmfior. T^cs." Mr. Monyp«iny.
bet it 1* to be Issued Jrctrs tiie press of that
newspaper. Tbe aniMmacemest seera to tav«
awif a uttto ui-Mto«M Here anJ tier, *=°=»
T> r v**< critlca. They wonder 1* tie tsiograrby <«
a ma«!«rc «tates=an paMMft* u=der 8-=^ * v
Prices win &• aitopetlier fr«# rro= polltlcai
piTJUfilca.
In the etjrrect number of "Berliner's ilaga
afiae" we find a ptctureoQue poem. **The Glacier."
by FTor-sce VT^ainscn. Fran it w» take these
tffSTBS:
I am til* =s<7t=*r of risers.
And out c* =t bwoa oJ saow
H»st:esa. torment and leaning
My jJASatcr ci^Jirea go.
TWy iprteig Srotn the peirnaat^ sflaoee
Of a whit* arfl passic^^ss *— •.
Tet lar beiow tmtb* SsV
Ccmes a nSßcr of tie:r s-«a-
X air. white as dM irfcOsaaai of Maiming.
I Bit a vcrp+v^&l brow.
A frozen arxj ptri:<*a" beauty.
T«?t on.:» I wa* driven as tnot.
I snocattd to crests of saga
I E&rk to the ci-j»:1 crevasse:
Tet even rrosa tna is Kurnnesa.
JxjJ it has ccse to aaa,
I was seulsmred n li*ana ai — passlcn
MiliJona cf a^«s asm.
Sly Zlpa ere iocned: I ana eyeechless.
B"-t I know, rr.y chili. I *enow.
23 a book ca^ed •3ei^r.i the FcxKiiglxts-
BJblaVi Mead & Co.) Mrs. Alec-Tweedie pushM
at lilts* abbot tie rasters Esgllali stays and Its
eeiesrities. T~r.v-— g twlttertns; -.-.- awaal— ■
now a=.d then Cnrtber afield. In her r-rliw>c4
the thought she braid act. anfi pleaded with her
lather to be aJlo-cred to go en the sta^ra. bbt he
persuaded her to wait, at least cntfl she was
twentr-ore. £nd by that tl=e ber "wild Areas*
«C florj- and s-ccess*" had «*»« l ?laoe to cera
scon sense. She has noace up for her S***"*"
■latinent. linimvg. tr e^ins tsnch to the theatre
to enjoy" performances from the core com
fortable Bide or tha footlights, and by BaldB«
friends with the jxseple cf the stac»- Her book
i* largely co=:po«ed of enthuslastls talk about
the actors and actresses ehe know*, friendly
gossip which we •*:&£. we ccuid say we had
found amusing. As a natter cf fact, the aziso
dotes in this bock, to which even a r... in
terest, attaches are few and far between. H«r«
la one of the best, about Mr. "W. B. Gilbert:
Ec "nc-e told it:e a rather amuaisg little story
abo-jt "TSie illkada" a gectlenmr: who had bees
many yt^rs •'"." Cfaa -.o-->-. L^g-uoa *- Tcicohonia
attendee gone cf th* -- -;_"-_- aad » aa most
useful la r~ v ''2g hints zx ta poe:ucns aaa mar.rers
la Japan, ilr. OUbert Trar.ied scrr.e eSec-Uve aui'.a
Jcr th« entrance ot the Milcadr— oc-'-sISaT Jlr- Ar*_ur
6uiUvaa euegesuni Bu;t«a— so t3irma« ta th* s«i^a*
aa= ba said: . _.
"Can't you hum the Japanese anthem
"Oh. res," he BSii chf*niy. Ana sa cid.
"Capita.:— it'll Just do." ; " ATtb"' v
l£r olO"iiiiii fin he was n;t then Sir Arcb'CT"—
r .fi. notes, wroie it -cp, and the titn« proved
a great success. sos:«* time artsrward cape a
fnnaus letter f-o» a Jaranese, earing an 'rs-_ -.
had been r>>— • ta the JliKado of Japan; th« air
to which that illustrious ?rji:e eTiterea tne scesa.
instead cf *>«»yg royal, was a — .— . hall tune!
The author has made the acQualntanca cf
Ibsen and describes him in his home '-= Nor
war. which he told her he considered -the most
lovely country in the world.** She talked with
hai: SI Ma rtudy, where he is, she ajserts.
"faddy and tidy almost ta the point of old
isaldism." TTe wonder if the canny draniat^t
was net pekinc a little run at his guest in — •
matter cf the - rk-^-u about which aba has this
to «E.y:
Oa. the table beside th« inkstand was a snail
Cay. Its contests ■were extr£.crtl:narp-aoina little
ißojden carved Swiss b»-ars. a dinununve black
dev£. fTrai 1 - ca. j. cats a^c rabbits made of eepper.
os* cr BTtudi t^as piSTJss a riulin.
"^Thai are these fw*»"y little -^gs?~ I Pastured
to atiL.
"1 never wr-.te a sinpie line cf any cf cry drama*
mueee that tray and its occupant* are before rae
en the LiLbie. I could not writa without them. It
mar se^m Btrarje— perhaps it is— bet I cannot
— ■ without tnesn." h«s repeated. "Why I us*
ebon is st own r^crti.. "
Mr Frederick A. P-ichardsos a *eea£'.y inai
is? Th« Intsmatisnal Quarterly," which Is now
published by Fox. DufSeld i Co, a better and
better m2.g-azi=e. The papers In he October
sumber. ;u:t issued, are nearly all interestinc
and \n. certain casea ire -xntten with special au
thority. Cecrffe Erandes, for example, is de*
lightful in his essay en :. \est Renac as a
Dramatist." a BBOSjOtlva study of "L'Abbesse
fie Jou^rre," and the other compositions in
-which the famous Frenchman gave free play
to his rrtfflWa wit In these dramas, says the
critic "the styla is perfect, melodious and
Ttetorlrally per* at the same time. Ail the
tJocujhts are ggbrty f^z cut. as we fi.r.- cut
bubbles from a c.a. - pe. to amuse ourselvet
fey war^Mrg the s;:rsh:r,e sparkle on their light
spherical or srlobellks forms.~ Brandaa has an
ofid epigram on his subject; odd because so
clsreriy put, and yet cf such dubious value.
"Eenan's characters." he says, "are ehadowi m
comparison with Ehakes-peare's. but Ehaks
epearei idea* are z^l m comparison with R&
san's." A happier contribution is — ade in tha
To».owtaff *rs.^ — -r.'..
Senaa beiorjs ta the tarn creep of ttt'iit! »- — ...
tha; spend their ...•=* |b usht^g aga:nst rosaiu.
r the rest, be re=:a^:ed. Ac a private individual.
u=wcnd.y. p^citily rtrractor>'. an idealist without
*JU«*m*MßCa Us eot ca well with -a— of — =
freicn ssvernaerts the last twenty term.
-~r.~"~ r .~" _" "' apprsrtssiy, a --er.: i reraark
about mm: _- ...;.;..- Uka a man. Zeeis like a
35=*=. *s£ s-cts like a ehUA." He {ait stror-jr>.
But Cite *--«•' whose -^--.* never run away with
tJitm. ana acted ta an unworlfiiy hit-^ bat liks
—-•^ "' ioea cot pr«ci-;*
as rrtr'-rtiv* shrewdness.
Si* let^r.^a rtiiicerec" hU thought supple, more
eucple —as his pernaps cltherto D««r: penayrec,
except Sjv each great Buna* as Goethe 1 ., or neb
k»tsi ose* a* tiat o* Sainte-Eeav*. He was «reat
■« —MEata IQM the cc=:plex and tie acaduw:
"■5-hereas bis frirnd anc isnsßjßsoßßjxy Tame. who
had -— as .•• .:• i a gift of eemprenension..
*mhj**ih ****ai'j aiUera fcr fusdassestal pnaclpiea. the
eolid anc the permanent vz — * variety and changa
sajajeai cl the p^Qßoaaenoa. the osseous structures,
tha granite, the mountain rarces a=d watertnecs.
*» i cr:» may see ure s nver« -:.-ica and rusa to
crwtra sides. rj-:._r fallowed up these rivers
through all their curve? ar.d wi-djcgs. Ha shunned
the cruca ani the decided. Others har» aw — and
da see truth ta c.ear. etrcsip coicrmsa. se« :t red.
or blue, or eh:m»er:r:g white. He never believed
that It could be made prisoner within such capa
cious wenia. Ec eew :t :z. shades, la .-- — irTOtlo
transiticna from ose cci^r to another. And if he
were ■- child in action- the reasca cf It was tnai
one cannot act !r shades.
But cne can crcerstsms -—_ a: " the finest soul
is th* on# that understands them with the ajnaxeat
certainty. Benan was naturally £tt«l to see en
ehaaows. pici out the r«sut c=* Utc^-^ly. aad sive
tx Its uad^aed bum.
Trutlt to him. was a bctrerny. It could not b*
sit wtth bic-ws of a dab. To »•*-. the coarse ayi
loaaaana of Icsie were like blows of a club
To hii childl-ke timpliciry -id succeeded the £*■
aMbsly tnsxlfcid receptirity of modern criticism.
It la not so very leng since Mr H. Noel TsTTJ
tsjns began to maks books, luxuriously pub
lished, with fine illustrations, out of the «n«.t»i
• * cf French histcry. Two of his gossipy and
laaajaaoat works, "ilemoirs cf Mat da Poo
paflour" and "Memoirs of iime. de Monrespan."
cave already been brought cut by the Bcribssrs.
and th» same firm now announces another vol
aajaa from his pen. the "Memoirs of Mmt da
Barry." This Is the .-«• Ulustrated UM at tba
famous courtesan : ; appear m Esjlish.' It wtH
be fan of anecdotes, and win include a cambor
of love letters written to Sisno. dn Barry by tbo
SesUahxcan. Henry Beyaocr.
Mr. A. E. GaJlarfa. who baa for aoaao «»»^
boot irteresting htmoaif in the study af Wnist
aw*s career and work. Is boob to Maw oat e
wajfaajßo ombotfytssj the fruits of tU rcseexehas.
ft wiu bo enmied ""WbimOafw Art Dicta and
OSier Esßaya."
T&« G. W. IMiiinchaxa Compaay Mi»niinri— for
>■*"«■**— en Novembar 1 a amw book by
rjool*h Alimnfr Wife" Olarietta Hollar), it
wfflb. cs&ea -t^rrmntbA at tb* St. led* Ex.
poaiUoß." and will, of courts, coated a good
Cesl of tbo author. fiamui*r hosier. Th«.*ci
■aw «D bo profusely Ula«rHto«. '
**»JP«»*iniiim vrtcssa, ti*a «iereit!j. ti the
amr r£E!ea cf -T5» CeTrrted XTorka «f TTCaaja
HajCJtt- Cledsre. Phinps * Co* edited by A.
B. Waller and Arnold Glover, sas Just been pub
ariad. It is devoted to ■««•* Wi Iliasa.
the miscellaneous Itsans wMct tare ta r - y *
tew caaes been hitherto raprißiei. They are
brief newspaper contnbutlc^ ior Qm eos'- part,
and while not Indispensable to the roundins out
or Baziltt'i literary character. ■»* neverthe
lass fee wojootßoa by all trie lever* of - : stal
wart critic Philosophy, history, the drama, art.
manners, politics aad divers other BttfcJwCts are
treated in tnette "grin' outpourings, Maaj a j>aa
sa«*a in tha maas of writing- here I ' bleb runs to
over 2v<e hundred pagesj invites (juotaucn. -'- we
crust be content with a dip toto the pa»»af print-
Si in The Tellow Dwarf." early in ISIS, on^the
ehaJKwpftsrtaa lecture, delivered not long befora
by Ce^eridge, to a luiiaerous and ge-'-**- audl
esoe." >*--; arrrw to have been much put out
by Tfr;» discourse. "Why does ilr. Cclerid^s
nrovoite us," he asJcs. with maniTest irrltabUlty;
"to write as great nonsense as he talks?" With
Eaziitt the political instinct as never iona
asieep. and that it was promptly stirred to ac
tJvlty by the lecturer on this occasion is ahown
by the foilc-nring- outburst:
Ehak.*s;>ear. said Mr. Coleridge, aiwava spoke of
BOba vita ccnieaapt. - -- with kisdsess. ixr.
CoiendEe do«« better: he speaia d siasa w:ir.
cc*-tes:7t. and oi. Courts wits Irinrtnoa*. Aga^a.
■aye -r.-.m crt'-ical dueovarer oi a meartna ta a
rsilistoae, Lban Bad that envy oi superior yeni-Ji
and vtrtaMh wruch wbj a nuurit of the true -acooisa
in the time cl the French Revciuticn. We are
■crry to near, that on ma occai Mr. C. was
Interrupted la a tirade ujea tha faTortte tcpic
or. whleb he w&a led out oi pure ge-erostty. to
enilsiiten the growr: 6-ec.Lieniai: wio <?a me to near
~::r. by a person callirLg out In good broad Sootcn,
"E-t you onoe pnuaed that Hevoluu on,
Coleridge:" The wcrst is. that Mr. Colsnage
praised that Revolution when It wu trlumpnar-t.
gotsg on "cencuaring and ta conquer." —It **
thought; and now that it -.8 ra—er.. this man of
mighty mind, of gigantic r«"«us, and supencrtty
to interested mottrea and mob-sycopcancy. i=su.ts
over It— i?HJT.» >ea on the carciise— kicks it with vi
asinine acx :§-*r.i brax« a ior.g. loud, dreary, zoio
ru' bravura, over it. Of what the Jacobins were
in the year 1783. this person has a rig^t to sr^aa.
both from experience and observation. The worst
he can say of thara is. that -<» was once one cf
the set.
Tiiiiß werw Cj« literary do^ocotoa nutterad tn
the good old liajafl allllilff days. This T-oi-am»
may not be jis.ck*i; wtth lir.penai^.bie wtadam,
but it is full at the vitality erf an original mtnirt
and a rich temperament; It aappitSß an a. - -
dknee of (os Uaean I readier-
Ocean Steamers.
AMTHICAN LINE.
K.TM'-'TrH— CHZEB^mO — SOrTHAMPTOX.
■aiUos 3a,iarsar». »;!» A. M.. Plar li >. a.
r^Cjdalsnia Oct. •< »•" Tar* Oct. 23
tai m | i Oct. li: St. Pas! — ....... ....Oct. -»
BED STAB LINE.
X " KZTW TO EX— ANTKTCSI*— IiOIfOON— PAKIS.
y;-! at Zxrrtr isr LanicE ard Par".*,
«- V r aAOirea.'a ISA A. il.. Pay la, St 3.
i raalMi • M. • Vadar^and _ Oct. S
j fSniar' Oct. 15 Krann.an^ Oct. Sir
I WHITE STAR LINE.
' * vkw T-Ri — jußJmamam- at.
sa^jis WaaVaaaari asd Fndtn Plar 48, N. R.
Ba»e O«. 4. . P. Jt. Oreaslo Oet 19. 2 P. M.
liajaacs. ..Co. IT 10 A. ML-Araßic. Oct. 21. 3 P. M.
~T1)--. Oat la. » A. U. : Tauiomc. ..Oct. 88. 10 A. M.
NS"W TCRK A3TO DOETCN DIRECT.
MEDITERRANEAN «juT£r».
" G3JULTAS, NAPLES. GENOA.
ya^'ii J£EW YORS.
i PfW'u'f Oct. 30. Dec 1. Jan. li, F«"i. 3
! CEETIC -- Xov 3. b*c 12. «»o. 4. afso, la
rECJI BOSTON.
I CANOPTC . Oct. S. Nqt. :9, Jan. 7. T-3. IS
j a. v -v- Oct. 2S. r>ec 10. Ja2. 2S. Jdci. II
PAaErxrJEii offices. » broadwaT.
rrai«£t -!^jaa. Pniltanai' Bids.. Satiery Pla^a.
Ejß tj IH3 liiJtj-uAiSS
Fast express service.
pi.- O V.TH— -•HEKBOrP.G- C lira EN.
Kauar Oct. :i. 10 Ail K. a... !>«••:. :3. TI AM
: Kro^pr-.2* ..Oct. IS. 11 All Kuaer Jan. 3. I<> Ail
K. vfnj. H.»v. | »J0 PM Kronpr-Jix Jan. IT. in a.M
S^laar .;,cv ii. li* Ajl &ujht Tat- T. 10 — . .
Twin-screw passenger service.
Pl-r^^VTH — rRO— BSEifEN.
P"r!adr-.Ra .... Oct. «. » AJI Erecien.. ._.... Nor. 13. aucm
S-eite: Oct. IS. 8 A-M' "YLa^s.. ...... Sov. 3J, ;o Ail
Sfais Oct. ~. '.! Ai.' *"u«a......r«L 15. 19 Jk_ii
Fr-.e-.- .>ov. lv. — »— >y • ~ *■»■- -j. lv JJkl
•WIU call ax Brasan oclt.
Mediterranean Service.
GZSRAL.TAB— Na?L£S— GENOA.
! Irasa . Oct. 8, U AM .Naciar .Nov. 5. 11 AM
, Hcner «ol«Ta. Oct. IS, li Ail . Irece Ncv. .z. 11 jLJt
Aibert Oct. £2. 11 Ail ■. ■itsjb.jire - •» la. 11 Ai!
i*U*a. ..._.. Oct. 3. 11 *- i.'.er. Nov. _■, U a>
From Br«?rr.ar. Para, 3<l and 4th Bia.. lii.oojt»r_
GELF-ICHS & CO, NO. 5 BROAEWAT, N. Y.
Laada H. Mayar. «C laatti .-.-. a- P h ;'»
-. . . U'JS J- ■ Jfc J — .*» -•! i - -- . . JB .- — •
EEMJ-WEEiii.T TR" IN -6 CRStS- SERVICE
: rCR Pi.TSIOCTH. CHTK-BOCRC; AX^ iiAJLBdld
TPratana ... A. i * ?M VK'a.iieraoa. ..C»ct. IS. 10 Ail
' p.tt-^--t Oct. 13. 9 AM — 8.-^« :.tr Oct. ia, 2 Pit
■QtUl roam and ~r.r.mjt.~:: as >^^.- ;.
T*' a., at Devw lor L<una»jc and Paria,
iIEDITERSAXEAN SEBVICE.
SEW YORK— NAPLES — GENOA.
P '>a»ar. .. Oct. 25. 10 aX P. Alalbert. .Si<rv. 3*. 13 AM
: Ptoni.-ia . -N ---v iv. LI Ai: ? Oakar Daa, &, b Ail
To ItaJ7 is e»f i£&r. A dai's
BT THE GREAT FT.TEH ■•rzUTSCHI-»J.li."
trnir N«w Tor* Jan. 7 and r-n. T.
HAMBr?.S- AMERICAN LTNE.
! OSeaa. IS ace 37 Brnaa'way. Piers, Habokao. N. J.
BY SEA AND RAiL TO
ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION
fcb P.F.AI, ookvobt YOU will FINT>
The Old Dominion Line
"ffers th« most varied, attractive aci plrtu
resQue rcute to St. Louis. Erearaer to Old Point
Coniiort. <Scaj>-over allo-weci tr.era. and Riiiii
r-.ond. Va, and =3_- point! a tba C & O.
BarJ Bail over tie rragr^sent
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry,
Bl* Four, Cirdnaasl to St. Louis. If Saatrod.
I returning all rsll by any trtii^ ''i* rur_E.:.. out
, at St. Itc-^s.
For further information apply to
C. & O. Ofice. 3C2 E*vay. K. T, cr to
O. IX S. S. Cc^ 61-S5 Baacfa St. H. T.
©O-GD ODuD&SQKiOGDd iLO^IE.
PAjt.y service.
For CM Point CotoXon. Narlcla. Portami a Planar* ■
Pant ace Nrwport N«w». Va., eonaaßt:n« tor Pe:a:aourM
Rlrnannd. Virrr»* Tiaara, Wa»r.lnt^aa. X. C iuid «■••*.
taatt >ni W«t ■"-"
Fretsst ace r«ia>rc«f rxeaaiera call treat " «• 2a.
S. X , taart Beacn St.. •»•?-» w»«« day it 3 ■ v
H. B. 'WaXJCER. Vlca-PraaJdent A Traffic Maaa«»r.
1-7 j.7?g~a CRUISE OP" THE "iJUBiG,"
1&JC1 toas. ana of taa ataaaara. to ..«
rBBB.wAJIT 2 TO APRIZ. 13. .mz
"9 OATS. COSTING OKU MOD AND VP — -„
Cjaaa. ar'iKWm Baora Eacuxatana. Ouldaa. Paaa Hi-i^,
Sr.raa. ate -"^M^a.
"aPECIAi. rEJLTTRES— Uadaua. Cad:*, San- 1 ;. >•
Blara. HaitA, 16 4*7» Is Ecn>'- and tba Haijr Laao? r^Z
•usUaoiUM. A-aar,i. Ronia. Iran, «c
Tlcsaia »t>&<l to tiop over la Eureka.
FRA>S C CL-^P.li. 113 Eraadway, ?:„ 7 ark _
Fair 1 E®ptf<b LFiBioDS
Btaamanipa at -.ua BAW **!>" i->a. wiii sat. tar Ban
Juac Airaci. aa tuuswai
S. a. CARACAS Saturday. Pnltiai IS. norm
6. a. yTTT.aniTT.PH^- JSaiurtA*. Ottawa* 5
;.r Lraioat r —•"--»- awlj
bocltonT BU^i * r.AT.T.r-rr.
Caaarai Manmrarm. a *WaU St.
A — CTTSAS.O LI>"E.
•*■• trrERPOou via aCSaWSfDWaX
From plan ii-42 Norts ..-«r.
Caaaaaola. Oct. ■. aaoajL'aibnA , -i. at •a. at
Etrnna. 0«. U. 10 A. 11. Jampaaia Not.' I nou^
Uit" 1 * Oct. 23. noon Etroxia Nov. 12. a A. M
IH I**—1 **— rataa from New York, (SO; aacccd cata:x Vtu.
aoc iipwaraa. accorllss v atcazar _- acccszialaUoli.
:--ES ITERRAN gAX-ASRIATIC SERVICE.
CTCaaaa Oct. 18. noontPasaonia. .. . .v* IJL nOun
fßa-rr-^. .....Nov. i mob GananUa.., .Nor. Si» nJU r,
App.r S> Broadway. N«w Tora.
TraaiOS U. BROWS, Oaamrat Ai-aat.
T>ED •*!>" LINE.
A *' For X-a Suayra. Pvarto Ckoailo. Curacao and Mm
catßQ. »1» Curacao. eaiiln« alao at Sao Juan. P. It.
a PYom Fiar U. ' 4jnmic « Wall Su Farrrr. Brooklya.
I. S; rHTTi« piTT .PHIA aa.arday. Jctojar ML noon
For -* jUAjna. ncmran and Saars ■ a
a. fj. M>R«rATBO Saturday. Octooar 8. noca
«• a. • ClJ^l."k Sai-raay. Octooar 22. auoa
Taaaa ataaaan ta... aosarlar acaosusodauaaa tar ~-
BOUL.TO^ mti[i ri DAT.UBTT.
BOCL.TON. S^la3 * r.!,i.rT,
Qia«ra. Mana— fa. 82 Wai: BU
UAT.T.OHY STEAMSHIP LINE.
_ TTCK2TB, AiJ * CLASSES. TO
*f^T**i < S l i?i'A L)O ' MEXICO. SSZroasiA. aaoa
<MA - S LC^ I)A lUiiAMi t'Jltlea— OalvaateaT
—.. ~3f2L i*2S^. 140 ' 11J * JacltaoarUla. *c).
OOLOKX *SL T F - To CAUFOaMA ON BAiE.
rr 5??;*i» Toc '"t" t Oulda" FREE.
c H. MAi^oaT a CO.. :a> Frcei ot.. N. T.
QOOITS TOURS ABOUND THE WUHLD
EJrdAaaual Series, ntutatad pro«ranunaa and par
aeuiAra&uO! THOg. COOK A BON 2tH and USO Bkm4.
— y.— *a faadlaca Aw.. s»>w Toral
--/A^V'-^T* 77 Tr to Kspiea. Gewsa,
NEW-YORK DAILY TRTBUNE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5- lflO4>
Proposals.
PBOPOSALS FOR ARMY TBJaXSPOBT
*• cr-poT^ris.—pijiia. I>apct. O. M- DeP 1 -. North AjaerV
au^B-luc^-t. Phfim.. Pv. Oc-_ 3. I*> - scaled, Pinajiiasla
«c *— 'lica-.e. w.ll Ba r-p-ived here unlU 11 o'Cxocit A. M.
Mtt^T Oeobar 2*. ISO*, fix flu iHlhtm this Djpot wiri
Ar^. v Supplies, onaiatuis it ailvar plataa war*.
c--'ia- tA-s i;r., w=::* sieul tpoona and enaasa.
wire. - uwca»ea la.' woia S^rrpi^a can b« aean a:
ecnuyiii:: Ar»=al. ttts c'.ty. BlcduTD our «*ia rata a:
w"cn CteT Wfl3 =a*a •!:7er.ae. _rcv«.-r.ai«n'. re«arv«a
taa rtgst M reject or ascep: any or mU pcopo»aA or any
portici OareoC, Prcierenca r-v«n to arudes oi danxettlo
pr^actioc or r— «■>"— '— > condiaoc* of Qua^ty and pnoa
J^_^i., ..__ a »j5 S T'ca or lorelgn prodiictlona or mma
'ac-'iraa tne OnXJ ta«r»oE) b«-=g equal. A GUAHANTES
-.r.e irti=:e« pr: poaed ror
3'GrAJUXTEID BTDB
will "-ot oe jocilderad. BlaoSsa far prcpoaaia * r<:! clriuiar
to c:diera WlO Be Mrsisttecf by ..j offloa Envaiopaa con
£ -- ccoials to ba esiioned ; ROPOfIuLLi FOE
»rWVvjfPos SCPFZJES." anc addreaaed to IX Cat J.
XT POPS. Dapoty _r:err.-ji»ier >iaii«rai. U. S. A..
Dcjnt yj war*-e:-nia«t«r.
PROPOSALS FOB CORUSS ENGINES.
•*■ w«t ; -■_ N. T-. o«ptamr^r '.. ;ao*. Sealed pro
poialj ja u-.;,.;2ata, wU2 o« received aatU 12 o'clock,
boo" 'October « ID"*, for tae conaiructioa and tnsTa"a
: tlac of Oori:«s Er.gxe» for alaetrto '^S=.ZX* iv per n»-
Ltnri and «paciaca:uM la -_-..• aflc*. U. H. raaarvas -.-a
Dfjvjit to acc«j>>. or reject asy cr ali - ;oaa-» or any
p*rt thereof. Fomia and BpeciacaUona f^r-imfiad 'iS*-n
ijpilsauoii. Adilreas Quartermaatar. C a. ii. A.
V^OT] TO CONTRACTORS. — SEALED
■*" proposal*. «nit«fciy eodaraad ■ aavaicpa, tor Con-
Btrncrrion. iieatins. Plusiomg. Eiactric _jjnt W.r.a« *nd
Fixt'urea ar.d Gas Hjins. Jor a Stale armorr. at f.uaa
irjj New York, n-j.7 tje sent by mail or delivered IS per
icn up to t-we.ve o'clock aocm, aa ilonday, tae «avaz:ieacia
day irf October. ISM, to tae 3tate Board atf Armory Com
n::»9ioners. at tha Capttoi. Albany. N. :'.. -wnan taa bloa
»;i. tie .»pen«d aad mail publicly.
Ptawlusi anil s;*:"n:a::or.i, mar ba consulted and blank
J3rrr.» vi |.iiii|.iimsli ccu.ised at tae armory oi tr.« Sevea
teenta BajaratS Oonpaaj, FiaaEicg, New Yorit ac by *?
p.icaUcc to i. I* He:n». State Architect, in the Capital
at Aliiany. N. T. ( ...-.tracts will ba awarded to :.aa lowest
rtupucsi-.e ajid ratiabla btddan .-.aaa tie blda exceed lie
aniouat c; rinda available tiieretsr. Tta coirnrxian re
»ervea tha rlcnt tt; reject aj:y or «U hida. CHART. na
F. P.OZ. Major General; JAMES £eTH, Bn«-ad.er
Genera^. Sod Bri«rada; NELSON H. aEJ»aT. Adjutant
GecenU. Armor;.' '-. rur~.liaior.era.
PROPOSALS FOP. ELECTRICAL GENEBA
i tor» and Bwttcaboard 'Wert Point. N. " . Saptamoar
7, !."■•» c- j.. — : yrrpoLaia. In tr:piicate, irtll ba received
until 12 o clack, nocn. October 6ta. I .♦»>*. *W sl» oenstrao
\ian ar.l taataUattsa or Generator*. M >tar Generatora and
Bw.tctDuiLrd aa par irawmjrs ar-ii speolfleatlons tn taia
oTSce. C. 3. r*»er-"t« tne r.cr.t tJ accept or reject ar.y or
all prr-po!«als jr acy rart tn^reot m and epec:aoa
t!jc» "umikfied uyua a^pllcaiian. .-. .j_-«i» Quartarsautar.
c & ac a.
j^F..AT.P7> : b i sals WILL be re-
eahred at me cC^a of _-.- Uajbt Eooaa Enstaeer,
T^criilrjTi:;*), n. T_ uatll 1 o'clock p. =.. Frl<^y, Oct.
21. 13IM. aad then orecad. ?ar fumlahlns; and piaclr^
iix I*'1 *' torn of r.prap at-.n-* at Odar laiaad IJK3I Station.
N. T.. in- acc^r^ti3.:e w::a «pec:~catloc». soplaa at wbicii^
with biarJt rropcn*u» umi stier iaronr.atlor.. may be had
upon appUoaUua '-o Uast. Cui. W. T. ?X>*S2li. ". a. A>
rrrrtTiaar.
\ Is? Slip!! SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
CCLJ.EGE PREPARATORY. T2i St Mcao,u A^a..
KINDERGARTEN * MART 23» Lamm A»a.
' ntTLUINGs ake NOW OFE^i roa EfSTECTIOJI.
I The BARNARD SCHOOL FOB GIRLS.
COLLEGE PHEPAjiATORT. iil Waat l«8th St.
KINC'ERCJaHTEN 1 PRIM ART. ISI Convent A»»
BCIXX>X>«» ARE >UW OPEN FOB INSPECTION.
P - Bcrj-s and Terns* M«a— CSty.
DRAKE
NEW YORK SCHOOL
BrcaLdw».y a.nd 17th St.
EHOP.THA^CIX TTPEWBTiTUQ. ETC
! Posit'onp Four f Jaraar C!ty.
baaur»d fir - Otoar A Orar.«-« Bayjnna
: Gradnafa, J S-j.-oci*. L s'aaaa.e.
. •" «S tr«a: ClrttT-Orrt «tra«t. •*
IWIH I 1"I 1 " »MiM TEAR BEHIXS STTT. 2STH.
ATHLETIC FIELD FIFTEEN hi>tte« fbom
SCHOOL Bl tLOOML
N. ArcfaibaiJ Shaw, Jr., Principal.
( COLUMBIA INSTITUTE.
122 Tot 72d Street. ' |
Trr^urmtary hciiooi lor Rora, 1
rROM PIUMART TO COLXEr.K. «•
Opttaaal llUltary Dnii. Playirroaad. m
titudv ntrar oaJir In«truotora. ■
; Reopaaaa -"; *_ SSta. H
EDUTN FOWLER; A. 8.. M. D, PrJadpal. H
A thornush tnatnms for twit b«y.
8() gri^ua.:t* "ttad .' t lias* •■— ' t>L
IRVING SCHOOL,
S3 WXST »*TU BT.
L"'TTS :t:*;kT RAT. H-ai Va«tar.
pp.:m>.rt depaktjcest, resnes a.yd
COULEGB PREPAHATORT CBAOEa
ECB-PRTMAKT CT.ABBB9 FOB BEGCTNESS.
Ko h"*r» itadT t« bey a OBdaT ttltaaa. aa aS .-jar* ■ ar*
prasaras '.- ncf.ool.
sCiiOOL N'OTT TN SESSION.
QTmaaatna T .ir>cra:urT- Pla»T-^:r.a.
C OLUMB# 4
CRAMMAR SCHOOL.
iotiniled ITS*. 84-M E. Slat St.
PrtT'a^'^a far '. .1 umbi*, Harvard. Prtnoetun. Taia
j isrt g'.:i«t roi:e|M, »c;tr.*.:ac «cr.oo)i and Oualaesa
j Pr:rr.u..T OUtsacs, ."iij.r.'jai Tr»;ai2g, I-a!>cratorln, Oria
! aaa-isi. A.ttl»:i? srooada
P t- : r^ Mara
j __^ ' ......... ..__
/BERKELEY SCHOOL 1
; 8 7-.no street and West End Wo. n
TAVE>T'v-nrTH BCaMMM. ISA*.
PKEPAUES BOYS FOB AXX COLIXGCB. '
CUTLER SCHOOL,
>O. M EAST 30TH STREET.
j.. ~u.: .!• ■= eat»re<i coiicjcu :a»t Juaa. ant only
! w-rout ccscuoni. out wltl. ipaclmJ ••-reUlt*" or
Prim»ry I»*p*ftment. U.>a.l^y. Ootubw S«.
Collegiate School,
♦41 VlX»r MTT-aKTVUrtB] ST.
E't« pr«*par<-il tor tae C«U*S*a and Scientsflc Setinnla,
! Prtirarj Dapartmaßt W«ii-«(4u:ppe<l cymaaaiaa. R*.
! op.ri Si£i J TEiIBS:a. 21.
I_ C KTOA.TT Principal.
CHAPIN COLLEGIATE
SCHOOL FUK BOYS.
M EAST 60TH aT. I6TH YEAR BEGINS OCT. J.
PF£Tr»i^E. v FOR ALI. COLLEGES PRIMARY DKPT.
B. LOR 3 BUCKLJET. Pria. H. B. CHaPI.N. Prm-Em.
| Woodbridge School
417 Madison Aye.
•SD TEAR BEGINS SSPT. :3TH.
THE LYON SCHOOL
! SB4 FTFTH ATE. R*opea> Scptembar SStfa.
forty bam. 1 w-t.: y •••ennti ymmx.
I DR. CALLISEN'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
' US. A.COUUT CLMAVN, ASSOCIATE rUDfCnPAi.
123 Wart tlst Ntreet.
BTtfc year »•••„•.:.» Oct. S. Pnm»ry Dapcrtmaat.
SYMS SCHOOL.
ROBEP-T H. STMS. TTTT.T.r^xt :. SIMMONS.
i O2ci bottra, &-12 daily, iftar iepu ISth, 22 W. 4fl:a at.
BERKEIJrr SCHOOL,
TSd htrpnt uuu W>»t End An.
Twtr. ■ - - ■ KfeooJ year. Preparaa boy« fr>r all ccl
i >f«! Thorough Instruction. Hi(b«at booara wan by
j 3«m«.i- Boya In »<:.-n)i»r«n!p and atiiUtioa.
The Paine tptown Business School
ISJI BROADWAY, cor. Waat €Sth St.
Btenocra^hr, Typ-wrltlr.K. Taiaxrapby. Bmiitlramtna,
• ate. tau«tt il»7 aad m\ia:ng. "'
\ ATTTT7 SCHOOL FOE BOYS,
423 JCADISON* AVENUE. KEOPE?« OCT. a
Law Schools.
NEW UKS } »«j (M-laooi. SB '--„„ -,
LAW Hi ml. 1 Cvraiac actaooL New Tori~Cltv
"b«!(Ui Metiiod** of taatructloa. LL. B. la two »■■■■
, IX. It. in tan* raan. U:=a atmadmrta. Taaa*.
Baad fur ea(aUuS»- QEORCB CHASE. Dm*.
Dancing Academies.
T. GEORGE DOUWOITH.
12 East «Sth at.
CX-AfiSES AND. PRIVATE UESSOJCS.
ism Beiuon commancaa Octets XX.
Instruction.
Instruction.
Pot Tooaf Lafiles— City. j
THE I
VELTIN SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS.
160 and 162 W. 74th St. N. Y. City.
College Preparatory and General Coarse.
Number of pupils limited to twelve in =
each class, fireproof building, thoroughly
equipped.
R.eopens October 5.
"Hp Misses Ely
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE.
55th and 86th St.. New York.
MRS. MEAD'S SCHOOL,
XOHWAiiC. COXSECTICUT.
ASaria special advastaaTea Cos Colic** — iwmjiimi
CnoAltlooed atadOßta ccacned.
"rrr.ero. and M.-r: :a: Courses oi Study.
AsvtT to lira. M. S. HEAD. "Ki:iaido." Norwmlk. a»
to P. W. MSaD. 47 Cedar St.. Now Tors.
• • 108 Waal .-.■■:»- Siraei. *aj .
Primary ~ Oollesa Preparatory Cium Study hour '
jot ( ■-* under tour-, Circmar »c aapUcauoo, Maw i
yaaf ae»ir.» October Mb.
IXSTITUT TISX£ i&I ■ o c S2i l -
Removed from ESS "We»t End A«noi to
sat west •«ki> bthxzt.
Cn'larti preparatory. French Kindergarten.
RaopSsa Pel id. Mm Henrietta Tlana. Prtn*p»L .
THE FINCH SCHOOL. ECARDING AND DAY
Tnfc rll>vn acnuuL, school for gmls
NEW naEPaoor suilduto,
gi-«3 BAST 77TH ST.
MRS. JAJCSS *IUJ FINCH. A. 3.. Li. a. Prlnctsei.
Tamporm.-- office, 735 iaai:*cE Aye. Hour* 10 to a.
The Hisses Jaudon's
BOJOUSINa AND DAT SCHOOL FOR QTTtIA
RSOPSNS THURSDAY. OCTOSSB a
t« Bat aath Straax.
THE MERBILL-VA3 ram. SCHOOL.
Formerly
THE PEEBLES at THOetPSOJ* SCHOOL
COAHOLNG AND DAT BCHUOL FOB JiHli
SO. c 14 Cat ar--tt air—
THE U BAJIO> DBOLM SCHOOL FOB GTnXS. '
40 WE3T- 723 STP-SST.
Bay* ;n Primary Oiaiiwa-
Thomus;h!y erad»d. frwrs klsderf artan through eol
lr«« preparation. Reopen* October «th.
MRS LESLIE MORGAN'S.
BOAiISXNa AJ»T> DAT SCHOOL FjR DBA
13 A-"*r> 15 WIST (ITH BTHEST.
NEAR CBNTRAi. PARS. N. T. CIV I.
RSOPEN9 we^nissat. OCTOBER nmi
THE GABDNE2, HOME SCHOOL for GIRLS,
mr fifth ah:, BET. *9-i and 4»TH BTi.
max UZBEKS RaTSON BCHOCI. ITOR rBTJ I
X. aa.«.. r'apairi t&nmvhou: dM r-n'^rl
BEOPFNB OCT. «.
178. 178. m ««r«u Straat.
EEMOVAL— SCHOOL,
FROII S3 WEST 40TH-aT. TO D ■wrE?T «TH-«?.
Raop«B* Oct. Btn. M:aa DAT. Pr:n!-^»i.
Tax MISSES* o 'irs SCHOOL »<» 3r?.^«. 543 I
■L rutt A^aaaa. w... raepan an Monday. Oct. lUta.
MISS RCBERTS"9 BCHOOi. FDR GIRLJ.
•ri*r-«i a&4 - law Bat tmya. * liinmil —Ulna ':
lor mm aiudvnt*. rj «r>«n» O<rtctMtr 3rd.
T WEST WTH BTKEET.
Ftar Both Sexes— City.
"PACKARD in— na THOBOrCH
PACKARD
NIGHT SCHOOL
aSars to :r. •• who ara «tRPIeT»<S fey . a.-, op
rTT-.ur.-.ty for TBOBOTJOB :n«tractlon is a.'.
> ** s *Js.aa hr&ncM^t O^lca tjow opan for rscts~
tral of studanta *•%. - alas Monday. Wwiaaa
da^ -iad Friday nrtnlnft.
Indlvtaua: taatrasttoa. Estar a=y •:— a Ail
for Cala:f>c'ia T.
rAC&A&D COMXERCIAZ. SCHOOL.
«Ib in A :»i 3*- :■»; A Sri ♦"••- Tsar. ,
V i, , M ,|. , I, ,| „„ , -*
MACKENZIE SCHOOL i' '!'r^ R! 1
Caratu] praparat:cn cf 130 .;-..y». co^aca and Sniataaaa,
(•Taaa. 1800 ai. * |TBO ) Fa;: tarTa. daptemoar -^i
jamaa c. laa»;apr.»j«. r:raet~r • V. Honda:'. ii»» mr.
EXERCISE GYMNASIUM.
Uadei :«n.:r_a. dlr«ct;jn nf
nD 0"4 V"4 fF fptown. son xr. s»th M.
Ut\» JillilVlLi Downtown. 153 Broadway.
THE BEKLJTZ SCHOOL OF LANGrAGES.
Mad!«on Squar* •l.i:i Bwayi: Brrviit'.yn. TS «.*nurt Bt
New taraa b»e'.=nSn« ■*• Trtal taaaoaa fr«a.
PHRa-VOLfKiir AI. *xam*.natior.a na!!y. (TUB A
WELlixO. ilililiaaai IJ3S). 24 Sut SSd St.. N. T.
Hobo ken.
STEVENS SCHOOL.
THE ACADEMIC UErAKXME>T Or THB
■IEVE.M* I>ST!TI.TE Of TtXMy OLOo X.
Arvar ttuaat, d»*vm& &<.- aoU Ota eta., ::,..»ti S. J_
RJiuPEN» SE.-T :»TH. :au«
Raclatratujo day tut aepl'ranta :or aomiutoa aa Baa.
tazsber : *tri.
Ezasstna'lona far admlaalon aa •.-. lSta aad IStk at
6«c*rr.t>«r
Ccmpiata want* of «tj<S» pr«r*.-»; ■■-» ta all Unlvar
git fa ullas— SehooU of Scir-ncn. «w and .viad;c:aa.
Tha rat* of -uir.inr. tor all c:um • 1...1 t , r r yaar. ay
»£» par twin. Thaaa tarma tnciml* *;i ;a» itudlaa
Far e»Ta'nfrif apply to tha Pnnclpai or Riav«oa 9ca»oi.
Far Boy» and Tones ilsa — Cocatry.
HACKLEY SCHOOL,
Tarrytawß, N. T.,
Opwns sC«miM: ZSta. :3«H.
A Horn* School fnr Bot*.
LOTTSR BiJHOOI. acm.'.j mof Mi M2'an «m
fl-ji taem tor taa " *""
UTTF.' SCtiOQLk which praparae for -ha uci»*ralti^
•■...•«•• and tacbnicai «chc>oiß. "
Proapactua iwnt on appUcatlcn.
PEEKSKILL SS*R
FaamdMl IMJX. PaeaakiU. St. T.
FGr Tour.jr La-lies — C:>urary.
MISS C. E. MASON'S
"VBrRBiS SCHOOL
For Uir:i aaa Vouns 7 iicitna
"THli: CASTLE. -^^^
Tarrrtuwn-on-iLudatia. > T
. A .i b "*^ t?al ,-f n<l X* 1 ?^ *<' a: S>p"*d «caooL Bvary
raclllty for mitdoor Ufa. For cataiqrua X addr^aT
Mt»a C. £■ Maaaa. IX. M.
Tearti«?ra
a PRINCIPAL of a nrecaratorr •cnaol ta a h«altny
.A. rtliaaja, asoui •■■ -v. -• from N. T. Clry. »• r-~M~a
in nla rarnlly 10 board and tutor on* or two nova .a. 2.
Trtbuna USioa. ' ~ •■
4 EVERETT RONS, .Ta!» and Columbia «r«<tua:ei
-T\.« prva.« tutor, coacatnc Jor collesa 31(5 W, Slitn-at.
TCTORX>O In l-at:n and Halaematlca : fw.lva vaara"
azpenaooa. isacta auoaaaa m praparaUon for ciiiinaa
il-.ma 1. G. NORTON. 0 Wast 107 th St.
School Agencies.
AJfXKICA> AND FOREIGN TUCBEBS' AGOCT
■oppUaa Profaaaora. Taachera. Tutors, Uovarnaaaaa, atb.
to Coliaaaa. Hcboola and Faml! lra Apply to
Mrs. 51. J. TOUNO-F'JLTON. S3 i nion "riara
i s
I Property For Sale or To Let I
I SINLD BE IBIEHTISD I
♦ tilth* i
4> A
I New-York Tribune!
• ♦
I TO INSURE RESULTS j|
♦ aEAB FOB EATSS. ?
Foreign JUtcru.
PARIS
Pi das Ift The Most Modern Ufi-r^m
IDI Q— Paris Hotel, —HOTEL
Amu ;~^ reg in a
A ■ fl » B TaSsriea CUrAeS*. J #» !■ %3f M MW Mm
European Advertisements.
For the convenienea of Tribune teac-r»
abroad arraasementi have bees cads t*
keep the Daily Tribune on He in the ssja)
ing roams of the hotels named below:
LONDON SHOPS.
Tiffany&Cq
SSI AND 221* REGEJCT STREET
LONDON
fsrousH BRANCH of the HW TUB HOCSffi
jEWELLEinrPREaors STONES
•WATCHE S AND ■ SILVERWARE
a VISIT 19 SOLICITED
«k> IMPORTCjnTT to PCRCKASZ
PARIS
— AVB?fUE DB 1/ OPERA.
THS
Goldsmitlis ft SilYersmitlis Company,
LTOaj
113, REGENT ST.. LONDON. W.
Cbatesvt Static la tbe WarU at
DIAMONDS, PEARLS,
RUBIES, SAPPHIRES,
EMERALDS, OPALS, fi&,
AT MERCHANTS' PRICES.
The
Gflldsmltbs I SllTtrsmirlis Conipariy, Jit,
113. REQENT ST.. LONDON. W.
Foreign KesorU.
LOXI»O>" HOTELS.
SAVOY HOTEL LONDON
HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD.
Th« rooms are or-.g-t. freaa and airy.
and fiellsiitiiilly Quiet. Bathrooia to «v«ry Sulta»
SAVOY RESTAURANT.
Th« rr.as- rarsoTis restaurant :n Europe. *•"&•
Orciseatra plays liuftoK Dlnaer and
th# Op«ra Supper.
/^LARIDGE'S HOTEL,
\^/ The Centre of Fashionable London
The List Word" of diadem
Hotel Lmmry. Giarmmg sm:ts 'criih ptroait
entrance. Bztbroom. eteJ Goer 300 rooms.
Keariy 100 bathrooms,
A mjtgmficerd Royal Saite.
HE CARLTON
Hotel, Restaurant.
and Grill Room.
LONDON.
Unrivalled Position In London
IANGHAM HOTEL
I^4 Portland Place 4 Recent St. W.
Family Hotel of the Highest Class.
Modern Appointments. Moderate Tarinl
HOTELS UN ENGLAND.
LONDON
MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
MANCHESTER - -
MIDLAND HOTEL
i LIVERPOOL. ADELPHI HOTEL
I LEEDS .- QUEEN'S HOTEL
i BRADFORD. MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE BAY ...
MIDLAND HOTEL
DERBY . . . MIDLAND HOTEL
W. TOWLJC •>■■«!■ MlrtlaoS aVaiiwa* Buc«i« M l
r.efr«£tfiLrnt hi an aac cakat <>T-'r« WiTiait unu
Uulai. Laoiiaa
HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES
iiocxx tpuaxiii — nrsiuuDG ~z wexxa.
au*ria. WEXXQICTO&
KB LMU>- ISXJJ OF WIGHT.
H'H ii r h stL\iLi> BOTCI.. m>c. Ti rM
HOTELS IN SCOTLAND.
GLASGOW — bT. E>OC*i HUTU. _
AXsV-«TATIOa BIOTKX •■*•*■■*».
>For Boras rillm laillßlli v
pnmrra hi 1 -"- hotei. * l
>For Bsnn SahstffaffMßjVo^B^L. «^BsV A
Tart: » of ta* DnCrls sad toll jiailliaain as to raaaa*
| nay bo bad at taa ruiap— ■ uabaaa mt -Th» Trfitcw."
I at 14* Flaa« <lrwl I —■—
Uooer Norwood Queen's Hotel.
N.ar Cnrat&: 'n..»r«. Ixtodoa. H«a.tai«at iTTinilaii ta
; Er.«:jir. JL :.u »a.y aarAaa* Boartlais -irtu from U.M
! par .v.; BaaataJ terms for lar(a sarctaa. Cos'*aa)taßt
train aamoa for City and Wast End _nndna
EUEOPEAN RAILWAYS.
MIDLAND RAILWAY.
Th* Picture* ana Code of Cr-nt Si ■— a
Th* moat uitaraaLUis; aad iriaq.u« routa '.oro«a)a
taa caatra or Ea^iiUicL IiiPROVED E3LPRS3S SsS-
Vlv.Ea LJ\EKi-UOi. iCaatrai) to LoXSjON and PREJ
CIPAJ. TOWXi and LXVERPOOI. i-aoa*ara» to Scot- ,
land. BR£AK_?"AtiT. LUNCHEON A- OINXNQ IaJUL
and THROUGH CARRIAGE^ >•(«•« UVERPOOI.
i (Caatral) aad LONDON (St. Paaeraa). THROCOH
2 1C -£ i L£J££2P OS - .*.«:«« «<» •:: aorta. BaO
| OAuE CHECKED through from .lota!, raaldasc* «r ;
| ptar bl Naw York to any part of Loadoa. Apply tor j
Cttidaa. tima tablaa. mapa. a c. to th« Company's **a^ !
. ■exijrer Area .a. Maaara. T. Cook A Sn. Ml aad lIM
Broadway aa« •«» MaiSlava-ava.. and t» Man Tkaa
, Meade-wa * ."a.. 17 a»a»ai St. XKllaaa Acanta far
P--r.iat Traiio. for trelrtst raj.i to all sarta at Orsat
Britain.
*^^^^
FRANCE, BELGITM& HOLLAND
Grand Hotel
PARIS
BOULEVARD OEB CAPULI«,feB ASD PLACE—
DE L"OP£RA. I^CO ROOMS WITH "ft ¥ ATE
BATHS. TARIFF OH APPLICATION.
■ .
QARIS (?"orl^A3ianc»r IHocse.l1 Hocse.l j
r Hotel Chatham, i
• i^^BMwaMM— —
FcrdgTi Besort*.
Hotel Continental,
I FRA>CE. BELGIUM 4 HOLUm,
Paris. Mdicrvxact
I is. RUE SC^ISE.
■ OPPOSITE THE ORaND CPSfci,
The Modem Hotel of Pan*
PRRIS
HOTEL DE LILLE FT
«. Ha» at Ecoor-. •»■■ a> fftaao T«kie»«.. ■*■ '
■ndern lamuiautaU. Byw-7 bra* e-mfcrt. rj"^. **
— imwm. hersecsasad «sa« » 23-jwb. JiU ** i
IslexraKs: I.iumwi. "\iJUa-— Hanrl A>»c«, **^^
Ittil ia PsJais
HOTELS IH 6EMASX.
AiX-LA-CHAPELLE
Nuellens Hotel
DRESDEN.
HOTEL BELLEVD!
Blsttersishsd .- or cl =1 i repetition. L'ji'aa.
ACSTRIA AM) SWIT7FRI.A|af
(AUHTBIA)
VIENNA "r
1 HOTEL BRISTfII
> abjj-Sj~fi 3 02 ti* Fuhlffiu»« rjrat&arr^
*a^ tit f «Ycrita njcr; el Arasriraa*. *%•
toe: FrvMii C-i#,'«. jtai ci»lr« wLa«*.
■ ITALY AM) SOUTH Of FRA>^Z
Rome. Italy.
Grand Hotel.
OPEN THE TEA! UUNO.
Tbs naaat boaajttfvi
Hotel is Italy, riamii
lisilt taVSSSJbaMata A s?~*cs.3
els Tatars. Cft*r "^ttt Sctta»
wt£2s b«li.- Twrts ultaris *.
Usdsr too aslßa) Dirsdlari as
THE SAYOT ifm. LQN;en.
ftEMOA. »«rwt nut
U "EDEN PAUCE."
m hotel "de uTViTIE
I *-« II • -w«L, i—V. "-Jja*.
HOTEL PS LA YliLl
MILAN, Palace Hotel
New Hotsl. Ope* aa bast oaattsa.
Facias Ceatral Railway Stacaa. All
moooro Isrprovecsat*. OraadHstt.
Oasmaai Two blevatora. Electric Least nd
Heated tbrousbout .
FRENd lESTiBRIMT. BilLf If -Ftt.
BUCHER-DURRER. Prooneterv
Rome. Italy.
Cd Hotel Quirinal
OPEN THE YEAH HOUND.
»w^ty r-ptrt- 1 aad teabtasasav laV cli» Saaa* ta Cm
■in'TtiliMl aad Saawt pan •* Baaaa. »»aTT «■«■■
«amfatl aad taxary. toad bao. Baas. rrrrsia s
r>*iß*. P - r??^t •a3»ti..*33-
HZGB CT-A!>.« fT.r>T!! TAttSjAjgK.
STEAai keat TKBoreaocr
»2 a T*" Af ff 1? Reatrm-a~d M
ifENlOr.. b-a-'te.
VENICE. •="!-
GRAND HOTEL mm \\ t SST
— „i> ..„. tsassaat *»»
tiuWi jtOloi »»-" '^
• !"4 "I* Bmnklb T Jaffa.
Royal Oanieli *
L MODEK> COMyOaHfJi _ _ _ — - -
XZWX.T mKWITTWSD -~ ' _
Are Ton Ready
to Meet Tien—
The numerous queatwos esd
arguments which always
arise dunas; a PresMirrmsl
Caspai^n?
Fortify Yourself with
the Most Ojt'.iplcte
Political Register
and
Ready Reference Book Ms*M
:^ : The
II ; Tribune
♦ • Almanac
Sc= by Ma 3:
Papar Cow. 8t; Ootb Co«w. •*
Axidrro MKW.TQatK TSISU^*S.

xml | txt