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NEW PUBLICATIONS,
THE LAST MEXICAN KM Pl RF..
MAXIMILIAN AND CARLOTTA A Story of im?
perialism. Hy John M. Taylor. Pp. vi
i; i* Putnam's fl I
Mr. Taylor bas di sen one "f Inc moil Intr-r
csiiiic episode! In th" history "' !i- *
Cuni. - he theme of his little book. Afar
more "hil. oat.* work ni' sllj have I.n
written on th.- lubjeel Bul Mc Taylor hai
caught all its most Important f' mires and
these wire many, for rh- French fiasco in
Moxie, touched iln- International p.du.
Christendom wes! ol Ru I Not only the Em?
peror of the French, bul the Emperor ol Aus?
tria, th.- Pope, tie .-"pa* the Engllih
Cabinet, had a f1:ic"r in th" porridge, am! the
Unit"! Bl .: 'S cam., ilk.- tl I He b >y it: Ihe
nursery taus, to u; l I platter No blood
can bs s il by wondering what would
have happen-! lt the French had Ignored the
polite hint tha; their room waa better than their
oompany tn N rth America; or if. "n the other
hand, England, al the bidding of Lord John
Russell, had refused thi Geneva arbitration.
Th.? possibility of pitting the veterans ot the
Civil Wsi troops of the two
Powers thal were then tho sn ngesl tn the
world will sis - Hcd by those who
love a fighl for tl - ?< i I can tx put
imo lt Mextc ? could not ha* - bi en
much hotter than ll was. but the ten pernture
of Canada would h ive bes n raised ?
preos. It will perhaps be a long time before
Amer! n >th< r ern - that a Ith which
t i sustali Then l; w ium have
l.-en a word sn i a bli -? ? two might
have come so near together that icplece
could mark the Intervsl. N >w. tho ex?
perts cm wi i : ; I" ,h"
fcpi to turn tho splendid militia of tho ,
Imo s mnchlno efllclent for war. Bul tl i
ta.-le of hard l I ??!" ? sing n.itlon
sllllea in battle on Ni rth Amerb an soil was put
off to a sen st i ii mo; ' ' r everybody
except th" A-n-ri' I sell es
Mr. Taylor gives th< - ' ill thal hu
boo.-, aald ab >ut th< ' ken by
N ii. do ui III ... 'Proa bing ? inflict be?
tween Prussia and -tuatrla as .tv. excuse fer
yielding to the ali
the United SI itca : r the withdrawal ol French
troops from Mex! >me of thal
wirra m- I i that thi French Em?
pire hsd ll ttl nee I at h une for thi 4
.ont to luppon Maximilian, and the emphaiia is
all tho heavier on the American side of the
diplomatic controversy, which ended In tho
death of a man who might have been a eel -
brat'-d savant if ho had nd unfortunstel;
a royal pen mage. Maximilian m.is sn admira?
ble personage, ii- waa sble to meet the sim?
plest of nmn upon th'dr own level. WI
train which carried him to the capital was
?stopped hy a small sccldent, ho was down In a
moment In friendly talk with rho .
he had boen an ordinary tr.an hla death would
have been little better than suicide Nothing
was eas:, r for him than to escspe, Tho Mexi?
can loaders would willingly have built the ; : -
verbial gobion bridge for a fl*, lng foe.
the last art of tho tragedy, as in all that had
preceded it from tho time of landing on Mexican
pell. Maximilian was faithful to the traditions
of European royalty. In tho Old World h
duct would have seemed that of a princely
hero. Bul lt wai an anachronism in America,
arni lt Would be hard to make a drama of it that
WOMld not Foom to involve an element of
Perhaps tho very soldiers who fired ti
volley- were barefooted, aili some of them were
Indians only a few ed fl rn
savagery, lt was poetic Juill lesder
of the Mexicsn people against an exotic impe?
rialism should himself be a full-blooded de?
scendant of tho native race Juarez had an op.
portunlty nhl h Phillp sn l Ti
Hawk SH I Ol . Sitting
Bull longed f >r in iain. Ho showed a foreign in?
vader the way out of his country. And he
could ap; triumph like a man of tho
dominant race, slB ? bi was a man of high edu?
cation.
In th* fate of Maximilian anl In th. rise sf
Juarez to powei there lie Hes of
romantic and dramatic flctl m. Tho story is
eonplcted in Its melancholy pathos by the ?,<
ure of Car! itu. During the period of her *<,??.
activity she was th ? antral |
history. n-r husband- - ntleman ind
prince?was notea irthy beside her, becauae he
embodied the results of h.-r genlui foi
The forces of Church and society i
snailed by 1 - who male ;h"
last effort to keep Napoleon Til to hla
iso., to animate the ian..,, feeling of Austrls
and to awsken the sensibilities of Plus !
:hle talki sll. N , wonder is sys?
tem gav.- wsy In the mldsi ..f li-r hopeless
labors. Hut she also, In lier chars tter as Em
press, was an anachronism in the Weitern
world. M
social 1 : haps, but the i ountry c ?
assimilate s j loelal leadership
nv-ar.t politics! domination. When it c t-mes to
rulershlp in th. New World, the can
take thi -ir chances, Tie- chan sea w.*re all
against Carlotta. Her sympathies \i!:h ths
Church wore m. longer ihared by
whom she sough: to concilia ti .id she
anima'-- Mes in i ety win ideas which In
Europe had b- ? ima an Inseparable part of her
own life. H wa:; Impossible for her to make
her own place in Mexico, and in Europe .-ii"
found that. th<* departure of herself and Iv r hus?
band had left no vacancy. The Ill-fated pair
were tho victims of a speculative dip.
which was marked I i (ion. When tin
enthusiast, with whom th- Mexicsn Empire waa
only one fantasy sn , me in contact
with a practical force like thn of Blimarck he
collapsed It was very beautiful and poetical
for him to say t. Mas i Ulan, "l have
you an empire out of a bloc* of illver," but Hie
trouble was that this sculptor'! v. irk ta Ispss
Into a philosophical form of s].h was wholly
subjective. Napoleon ill was given to thii
of a'Tiusi mont. Bul lt was wonderful lo see how
he used tho actual condition of things as a basis
COT lill airy luperstructure. Ono utan ls in open
mouthed am.i'Mi ::: before the single obtrusive
fact that Maximilian*! empire grew out of an
effort tO colit-'t bad debts. Tue plan of I
Mexico imo liquidation enabled Nap leon ill
ftamporauily Io obtain the a:d of England ami
Spain. Before I dilan broken he
disclosed his true purpc Initate t.-..
clerical exile,-) from Mexico, who had i ?
about, bim in F encourage ?- ssion if.
the Unlti-'i Stab snd I Cl Ul
On'y a dreamer could have hoped to c mplete
such a programme The tragical fact was that
Iks dreamer w.is not from
||M unreality of lil Maximilian and
Carlotta. ?*?:<?, >t not Innocent, certainly lgn .
rant of offence. Hu; | ? ..? were punished as if
guilty. Mr. Ts>ior*s book ls written In
vivid style, which, though a trifle overd ni
places, is good n (ding both fo.- matter and
mar.tr' r.
LITERARY NOTES.
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advance li bi ng made.
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. ? .'.'lit
c t I ''LANI'. Managtr
\i iNDAWA HOTEL, nt head '
? i I * and .
fl Rr. in *. \ i. i :: .
'i dated nt ih. head ?
; v ? t
? f -. ',
" a
i
Delaware and Ila I
? fading Nen v rk ph] a" i.ir.a.
?1 ? ? tutlful lake In 'li- A Slr T.in V s
? - ii. -on il all -hs
k.ti*- a lu:.liner outing a pl?l*imt
? .inns
?
if ?
GRAFF Mm.i.-er.
i -. Y
...? .i, .-. ,11 in fi m New T'Tk.
?.'fr 'un- ?t: I
I* VIN nm sk co catskill, N T.
r
I ' . ' > - lt** lo *s l?
rniNOS
? ? - ?? hon*
? . ? ,--. ' tarli
? - - ? to W. ff
Kari :. . . n ??. ? will ...: ii r**i lea i
kiel.
Proprtel W W PALMER. Mgr
HEI KILL N T.
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IRA! ( ORNELL,
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1 ' -: JULY,
* I Ires*
I LL I 0 (IREENK TO NT.*
? ? LfT
. .'.'.- Ja:,- '.'.I t* O'
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-?i n slat*;
n. foi boree.;
r HATHAWAY.
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i
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MW MinIOEMENT
t ,., , ... ; ? ?? |17."
I' J. BPRAOUE
Ht'l
3
, ault tfi' Uro a
' ' ' a IIARRON |- prlel r,
HAY I'll'T. NOVEMBER HIXTH.
va- y
Milli ? iork.
"A li nil) n..ute in t lord!) land."
r
. ? it. homet hr*
i ?
'I I N.W-1 I V ISl ll
. Ill III , 1! s-i I .'. I ? '. M , ? t ll M
" ?n! I U ml ?; ll P M l.-.-ii* Mtibri.ek ?t
: c \ M ana i lt I' M unun,- IO A M m..I 7
P. M. 1 I ll ll VALENTINE
'?
DO 'ii';
A I LAN IK CITY K. J.
OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
A i .ii ' -.".;? c
Al.WA' .'">t AND NO MOSQUITOES
. MOTlILL,
(JREENW n ll, CONN.
Ni UV u| EN
It ll "i ARD. PROPRIETOR.
lated -ii i. in- liland Sound, .'s mil** from New.
Yolk; 40 i Orand < 'antral t '? pot, Send r ir
..
' " : Jil, Ka 0*.
pen I ... a ? Se ualile Resort ol Am I
WARREN 1 LELAND Proprli
u I RR EN LELAND, Ir. M.-tniger.
A HOTEL VVKNEL. LONO. BRAN! II
? .-iDO.
lMTT(D)ra
W ILL "PEN JINK. I'S.
MARTYN I EDOERTON, Proi itel ira.
KL Cj]a
III 'I lil. URI . LIN I* " Ml Ai I.nut.mi. N. .1.
Nu. -pen i ult) 400; b'Jiai feel ep ? ;t-1 ,n. H. h.air,
a wltitel) health) nnd n., met
ippuint*d liouie; rommandlng ilewi
. v delightful drive - inlqui i. Immlng ai
. 11 r*
RICHARD ll STEARNS.
. .. -
'.rip] mmn
i
*l EA BM, GO. I
n mlle* bains I. .nc Brassil.
. . c a-. ' PE." .- JUNE iinill.
?.',]:---?
I. M iLTBT,
' l RINO LAKE l.E.f II N f or
HOTEL LAFAYETTE PHILADELPHIA, PA.
mizzeh w? mm.,
Qi VEER HILL DI !? ?'? -i y,
-..- -i I- ii, ? na a.
HOWE, PROPRIETOR
' ? ' C.,'Alla.. N Y.
( ,a\:;3 Bfl?QJ!i
'9
I KfitLL ti ..
J I" CHAMPUN, KUKU W. LEF.
Proprinoi Manager.
"bl?NS .lt'NE 20. ISP..
O'EA^HOuV^")!.^''^-!. ST*"""' *C" *Mr,M
Summer GesortB.
MiTffl SPMB MOTEIL,
LAKE DUNMORE, VT.
New; t'l modern improvement*, eailiy accommodates 301
ruetti HuTEL URAND-jN, ? milda dl.Unt. under uim
management. For descriptive circular* of both hou**i
?ddr-Kt O. E. TOWNE. Brandon. Vt.
(PE(p(Q)ir mot?!
AND COTTAOE8,
NEW-LONDON, CONN
NOW OPEN. A delightful combination of *e-i.shor<
and country Hf* at The Pe,|U"t. Furnished Cattai** l<
rent (or the .ea.on. Pend far terms .ind circular*.
BLANCHARD A RACER.
IPMDKIGD?^ OM,
KASTUN PENN
This truly wonderful mountain resort, under rna na gs
?nent tv. a. Elmer* HO yean at Fifth Ave. Hotsl), open
now. and rennins op*n till Oct, l Electric light-, high al
?il- grind irenery; (In. nrdiestrs and bapp) ?
lour* from New-Tori For term* addret* W. A, ELMORE.
Mos moti^
National Prohibition Park. Btatan Is'..tn1
Superior accomm .da'Ions and surroundings; 1 h ir fr -m
H. Y. ' itv. or) a- ita daily; refreshing ..-til, quilt anl
-letithfui amusement anl Instruction: r.m.-treally law
?mrd-ilme* price*. circular* etc ni N. Y -ffl-e of man
iger, W. E. SHELDON, in Eail i:-1-nt . near Brway.
(PKCD^PtECST DuGDOilal'll
AND COTTAGES".
NYACK-ON-THE-HEDSON.
i'ow open KoR THE SEASON, ib.i.e ant location
mturpas.ed Many improvements .Inc* last season.
T. J. PORT En.
Fill
MOTEL EAD r09fl
WILL OPEN JUNE 23D.
Orrrtooklns ih* r*rk ind Nest Bal i lt us*,
i Hfer* Km* Suites of bingle l:
H ase has been refurnished and put In excellent con?
ation. Banttarj plumbing ALL write SERVANTS
5VENINO DINNER Culalne In rhari. af the chef of
ht I!""*""!. BRIPTOL NEW-YORK CITY.
F.r dhcr.-ims anl Informal I n ipply to
h.. M EARLE A SON.
lb t , Bi -? 1
Bih-ai*. md EM -' , N'e-.v York
NOW
M.
Ferry.
Bteamboai ai BABYLON i-.- - - th. 8:20 A
30 P M E>
'.IR lt
? . (Bee li ' '
CHARLES A. MERRITT,
AND i ?. i .
"wi mitti from ' ? .Co., N. T.: 81
: inutet from l*r*?) i 'll), Erl* Ro*
? (Hulled .ti a i .*->i point In the Hud. ?-. Ilighltndt, t.9M
?et elein-. n Th. healthiest 50 mil*, ol
VV. J READ
ire:
ELBERON, NEW-JERSBY.
, ...
Ir ? I Tl 1--?j
1 v JORDAN
~~\mi ii
ATLANTIC CITY On the be I , ll r. it-am h*.t
Filtered water Baa i Mutlc room*
' RAW RB .4 H lOPEB
BLACK Ri "'K BEACH
-lew ot thi
Sound Entirely renovated ar ;
A SELECT AND HEAL ' - 'RT.
r- HOPI M NEV
KARI I. Cona
FOR RENT.
ASK' Hi PARK N J
vjT vj Ja lia . ?LS
Open. June j- -. Directly n th* Beset).
lt Melly flr.' Cite. For diagram., ral*! anl Inl
Addr*** '-'. I DAVIDS, Manager,
- ii R ut., Alb n ? i irk, N. J.
ASBURI PARK N J.
'I r*t-art nea
Ml M. LEWIS.
\..\ PARK N
-*an .ni
'YH-L
Atlll'RY PAJUC .N. J.
rir.otly on tl* BcOCh. rt** lend.ag h.tel la .very
..peet. Addr.M MOH iAN A PARSONS
.1 FIFTH AVENUE HOI BE, n.ar
Lake. p>?iant room* ind ? ie lent
?*? . i- ? $12 par se*) M V
VSI1URY PARE N J THE ("-.LAPSTONE :i-ai..
lara ;mprt>\-m*n'.i. iccoram dat**
? madarat* Min M E N LL
? Sir RY I'M'.K HOTEL Ot ER NS EY
a Convenient lo tear] Ul I - ^f a modern.
rit-cLta* hotel, cuisine uneven..a. Ad.best
STEINMETZ * LUNOER.
Vi- Y TARE N J
HOTEL A"
*lfty yardi from ? ' Tab!* ind ip
imtnt. |2 per day: tl
j 112 per week, inu.lc.
V R PEMRERT' N.
Lf ETRi il* H : : AN ll
?I ASBt'RY PARK N J
term* anl cir
Tb
irpm FRANKLIN." VSRUR1 PARK. N J lmpr--.-ed
? ? Sn ?eatoi
V', ON ni I V. N. j il" NuR
ATFb IN THE PINES. Tl ROM OCEAN.
APAC1T1 ? 1' i
? RAPT ll"! *r. \ " > " " ' .
- .
leer.'ul I- ute
- ratet
J LOCK ISLAND, R. 1.
HOTEL MAN'- IBS.
Ifteen mllei ?t tra. dellg ( mate; superb ' .:
r.e (lifting, dall ir loila ' -?: I I
' - - - - . . ? aabl* 'SM VRPEN.
?ATSKILL* HOTEL HT iTIAP.l tori, gsi
.- no fi
t I! BURT!.*-, JR . P , ! Y
?*t' v *: 1 . m. .re iMiawar* Water Oap P? n M in
' pleature; I 1,
ik* and riv. gs* ?'? L. M. tucker.
i~XO? i:-1
' On. nf (h. Ai
I ?? ,-- Se! i ' r
rrular. N GILBERT JOHNSON
,' ? .it! ' . IT IN rcfi. V
LAKE MAlb'I'A. N Y.
; , ? ? f.York A I lUtlfUl. 11 -lem. ri- li*.
'
' '
? .en it"- e, kennerunkport mi - ? ?
1 very I rn - ' ?? li ? ? flthins an I
ithtn| For 1 - I
Send '
rlptlv. milter.
I "TEL ESSICK. HIOHLAND LAKE PENN
ia :: In Ami
i! M. ES it' p
I ILL rt M INSIOK HOUSE
i;.> ITH VMPTON. MA Oren - year.
PI.l.MPT'iN HO VNNKXES.
\\ ATI ll HILL fl i
mb May '.'?' io Octobei 1 Send foi liar to Walsh
lt ... lt. i . u:' Eaathampt in, M i-? .
WILLI \M RH '.
ALE ST CATHERINE ll Wile. \ -rn-nt -
j Among ? Mountain, b's' fe*t from wa'er'.
g,-, term.. $1" lo lb'. .1 ?esk ip* lal ral** ri I.un ll**
r r .niue ?.*a-< m. Fol , t ?
IRVIN!) WOOD, Pi pr.*: r
AM" GEORGE
. "Ill IRK ON LUI'CE,"
OPENS JINK i" RATE-" MODERATE.
Eui -li liar. .1 ' : iii
HORICON I."!"il. HOTEL CO., "-.verdale, N T.
~AKE ci' ii'ii: Ri ".il' - 1: " *K HOTEL
4 Will 1 pen J nie 1st A I Ires*
T. J THEA I'WAY. Rosen Ro-it. N T,
?ti:i-. v. 1 n.-.i 1 r i'ii r. R 1
1 CONTINENTAL HOTEL Open, lull 1st Re
td nie. For eli lian iddr. IHLHERT JOHNSON,
n ll. Weiterly, R I . rm Jul) 1 tl
kt'EAN HOTEL
' VRBURY PARK, N J
LA ROES 1 AND LE VDINil HOTEL
.Iii" I. ATKINS g -"N's
IENIN8ULA IH 'i SE.
BEABRIOHT, N J.
en* tn .Tut-- . ill , tan 1 each nnd Fhrews
ry River, soled for lt- beautiful grivet and Itirf
ihltig. '"' ''?' '?'. 'I' "-? ' : ' cia*, ncr lntm.nl
r ? ric,-! rn C I! DEFERER, Proprietor.
"".No MOUNTAIN HOUSE, MOUNT POCONO, PA.
nevadan. 2.(Hmi feel: bra.-lnr. pin* laden air ' P ? :.
ring water ! ., t.. t tsi '.ry Improvements Excep
.nally fin. trout Stiling. Capacity 300 c.. 1 onabl*
For clrcular apply lo 1 R. Il
I ALE HOUSE.
SUMMIT. N. .1 .
.ipcn tu. December, .iend for circular.
S N, BEV ERANCE .v tt* IN.
ILE AVENUE HOI BK ucea-i Ci..ve. N. J -il 1,
,-- In ail respect*; on* block fi rn .?mi, lei .0
'..?lute, ls ".irs an.lei ,.1111,-rs manaiei
li M PRICE
illiliW. Ill |;Y lt N.
Hi MSi in REACH SEABRIGHT. N J..
'ii r lha ? ??. . bea . tn ? lent bathing. I .:
.1 (l.hln*
A CP.AVVKuRI' Keabrlght. N. J.
HASR..R! VND COUNTRY COM IIIN Rfu
'SOUTH DUXBURY, ON PLYMOUTH HAY MISS.
THE MYLES STANDISH
In the rent:, i! Btimorolll bUtOliCll p .: r.' *
'llghtfull) warm ...ii absolutely s.e.- ?.-1 1 utting far
11..men .uni chlidf-rB,
PIS* dm--. 1 tatry, Ui.ti- and 1 ?it.-.r.-t*.
pplled .iib 11 .ii.-, ti h. a -pruiK- which In medicinal
qualitlei is without a auperl ,r.
The i-omlnK h'iiltli re^,->rt -f MaatachllMtt*.
Long diaianc i*i*phoa*; furniaht le
A.b*,r.ns FRANK H. CALMER. Propilalor.
'illi M llll.li' IROI OH
BAR HARBOR, MAINE.
?'!? ii from June lit r.. Oct Itt
_ Ai1.1,e*.s 11 i- moo I NB.
MIE HAR"! LEI," ' < U""l A JES.
FISHER'S ISLAND, N. Y.
leven mil*. *ea?,io| fr, 11 ."..it I.,.mt ci. ('mn No lani
rete*. Alts ny* cool Perfeii sn?imry condition* anl
iiinige. Faure n,tiage. or rcom* lo rrnt. -.uh tau),
tr 1 .tn I alli a I m. ?
'RE WILM'N
WILSON BPRIN'1.-'. Me ni mll?* from Polanl Bprnf )
"ir.t ca*. 111 all U.i .ippolntment* Fine.t M
?lng in New En.land Wilton Spring IV tiri nt-d -hro'igh
1 th* hoi.I in cooking, rd- Correspond* nc* Invited
'HE PEACH HOUSE.
SE 1 GIRT. M. J
Int Irxtttlor on th. co.11, pair.mig* flrif-cla*t: prlcu
luced, |S to |4 t day; livery and riding academy.
WM. NEIL.
Summer fiesorts,
f T ,n;J'?Vr:l-" HOUSE. Washington. N. H.-EUvliiatr
j 1 1.400 feet; ,f,riir,.v ,2- .n. l.k. and rrSun7a.t a^t
I eil. Send for illustrated circular mu*
I J *-T?HE ALPINE o.-Ft.N GROVE N f ... n, gn*tr ??
t , I eessa; avery bom* comfort, l*rm. reatoaaMixi 2
i $12 per week. Addrcs* Mr.. J F. OEOPOR *?
, j r-pm: alpha. rxHfJVN orove ON OCEAN
i ? ,v.; . * I**- Ace imm des loo 0 ie*tt
- '' ir CLEMENT
VV
ILBURTON-HY-TKE-SEA.
SPRING LIKE. N. J.
OPEN FROM jun:; TO OCTOBER
R K. LETCHWORTR
WRITE LAKE N V th- Kar.1en .rv af s.a.,
THE KAt'NEOONA bett hoteL Writ* a2
mi to J. H. MARTIN A c,^ '' wn**M
WHEN IN BUFFALO STOP IT THE '-"-?
GENESES.
_NIAGARA FALLS f rv mlBSt*S twty
Comitrn 13oiiri>.
B
ERK8HIRE HILL.-- -Limited ni - ? ?*>
cnn, slated ? . .
, : MK LIE R. ROW ...
Rf dBi
fjiLMWOOD (farmhou**) On twain emlnei ? , Ea
*M Ml I",.:, v. sar-,an,!-i , Rta: I.r.T
plettant rooms; ii- ?,, ?,**?
UUMMER BOARI it tamhouat ? - .-..rn pt**,?
kv .mt I CSU :, n ? aoaaa, Col Ci N y tt c.r'we.k
_1 I' PARKE. I? -.- y"
Conntrrt Conrij Ulnntctj.
nOUNTRY BOARD WAN*! prlvat* ramil) g.*.
1 '-.-..
.'.'..;.? . -. - I. 1 rat
(Pecan Steamers.
i. 3. Cl
NEW TORR. SOI . H VMPTi . BREMEN
PAST EXPRESS STEAK
I r.i. j . . * i . Il S.V, m| |(V)
Baal*.. Sat., m. H?vel.Tuet., Jul) 2i i i?
Spree Tue*., July IO, noon Aller. Sal July Ix lom.
Elbe s.,i . july 14, To. ra. | 1 ?. m.
Lunn. Tu*!., J il) 17, lt.1 - t A lara
' lg I 9 a m.
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE
' ' . GIBRALTAR OE
FnMa.tut) 21. in* rn ' Kalatr. ,'22. noe*
? .Aug : .. I,. lg a. nt,
A ig. Ss, i ? ?? ? Oct. 2*1 ta a. f
(I'rr-a.Sept. IS, IO a. tn Kain -" T a. sj.
-- I
Ol Ll H HS n CO 2 Bowling Green.
? :, .. ?
lin.:
KLT SERVICE per TWIN-SCREW F'* ' I Sa,
TO SOUTHAMPTON I LON DON ANL PARIS) v. HAM
Y B'.marck July 12,1-SO pi Columbia.. Aog ia Ta rs,
19 7 a ir t ' . . ft ?. av
I j T * ? Normal ? I - -n,
' .* . 12 t '.'i ra.
HAMBURO-AMERICAN LINE **- '" ?
'..Ci ION tl. ???.-.?, s f.;-,'^J
Fr ?- P - 'I Nott Rlvei f ? i Fa I'on-lt.
F' R .--"TH A.UPTON.
Short* ? -? coavenlml r it* fa, L? rd-n.
No tran.fe- by tender N ' lal Vlsi*
cir., conn. ??'-!(?-. re and Tari*
b* ipeclal ',?' rwln-wnw ct,*.nn*l it.vs.-t
r-ve..rr . Tali- 7 tl i, m Part* .. I ' ?? ra.
N-.r. V ?'' " '!, Il 1 ?' ... i - ' '! V IO,
ill
TOR ANTWERP
' ;
" - ? nt,
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
(1 BOWLING OREEN.
?\ - WHITE STAR LINE.
?Mltestie. ..July ll. I p ? a .. ?-, 13-JOg tn.
i ..? :" i t tv.
ll .. rn I Ti it B . l g 22 ?? 3 ? ? ra.
? ug. I, B a m .--lira.
Prom Whit* S'?- r. k t ? if -.'.-.-? ?
NO c - -. - ? i-i; ? BY PA WENGER
*? fan ? | ??? im.r un*. ls.
ra'l n f berth ?Ssc ni .-.ran cn tt *?* .'earner*, le s-1
IC gt**l ?-.? ? r fl Bl "- 0 I 128 N 21
*y, New Yjia Ph (Se* 4'H Walaut-at
H MUTI.ANL KERSEY Agent
a - FFNAKD LINK.
At TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
ri* luly 7, 8 tv rn I'mbria ..Aug i, T "li i a
Pimpara i lily ,*. lt I tura ? 4 ir lb 1 SI p nv
? 21. 7SO a. i Aug :* 8 ?'<? * m
Ltir.ir'a . July 2*. 3 p. m. Campania.. A .g 2". a -a.
Kr m T-l-T ?? N nh R:-.?r. foot of , :,ik. : -?-..
?sage, tO) ind upward - -,. 1*0, lil,
$.*s> . .rd I ns i tenner ind : mmo-lattoai
Steerage tickets t, and fr-rn | i Earop. al
ve--, l a r,'n rr freight mi paaaasa apply ai th*
Company*. (Te N . 4 B wi ::g de..- New y rk
SON II BROWN S co. Pental Agent*.
~* - CLYDE KINK
? ?? CHARLESTON B C., th* Bouth and s-utiweat,
JACKSONVILLE and .til Florida point..
Frcm C'er 29, E P.. Coot of R oseielr-it I. .1 p m.
ALGONQUIN. Friday. July I
IROQUOIS.Tuesday. July IO
CHEROKEE .Friday. July IS
Al! iteirr.ers hate flr?t-claai r?*?"nee- ! ? mm 1?'iii.
WE P. CLYDF. & CO.. General Agents.
B B w'.'.ni; 'Treen. N T.
Fiv Cer- .? penn bi-t F S P. Line via Jaekaoastttst
Great ?' Pa?*eng*r Line eta charleston
T. 0 Eger, Gt. : Sgt 871 B"way, N. Y.
4 N C H o R I. I N B
-\ UNITED states MAIL gTEAMSHIPS,
f "R OL A 8 O 0 W v IA L <"? n p o N P E R R T.
Ker I er "t N R (Sol of Weir 24ttl .'
I'ur-.--*.ln lu!) 'lp '-" -' p rn,
? .Aug. ll 2; rr*
Cabin Pis.ag*. |4.1 ano upward Second Cabin tin
S. H. Cit) ' li ?: .- ; - - - ? 13 3 -VI I rn,
Bl -. Pa nag. I*) and :i;?iri gee nd Cabin. PS
- . < 124
CABIN EXCURSION TI KETS AT PEI UCBD RATES
For dr.' i I I ind ' in. apply to
H INDERSON RROTHBRS, T R-.tiPng Ore-n. Hsw-Yorfg
CANADIAN PA'TFIC RAILWAT.
In'er. | p tallll c< fl m Vancouver
IO
RESS ' F '"RINA. J ? IT. Pee. 10.'
INI'IA Aug I * '? i I"
' ? PAN, A lg Vt, S ar, :;.
"?? - AUSTIAU/s
WARRIMiXI 1 a lg
i ir
freight r*
For ' ??- aal frefghi rai-, spplj 3.'J Broadway. Fe*
..-es Bly, '?'.' Walb.t.. N Y
pOMPAOXIE GEXERALE TrABsauaQttqtM.
" FRENl ll LINE TO HAVRE.
LA NORMANDtE polrol .Bal .1 iii ' ^ .ld a. m.
LA ' H AMI 1'i.Nli Liar- nt.... * n i'll
. 4 .ld a m.
Kew-Tork to Alexandria t. via ''.sm, trip valli ea
dayl lill
A Fl : .: Agent, No. .1 Bowling Green.
rTUOPE AM' ROUND THE WORLD.
I . erv n't In!e;*n.1ent tickets ."I
I any tour. For*!gn
moanr*. iii-ri f. ind Inl ? mitton.
TH ? COOK I BON. 281 ind 1 '.'"-'S P'-aay, N T.
(OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
PACITIC MAIL S. 8. ca
? '.ait San Franclico:
OCEANIC... .-.J... lt 3pm.
UH OF RIO DE JANEIRO. J .?-. .*) 3 p. itv
CAELIO .\ .. .-? r.3p nu
Cl i'Y OF PEKING .I -
.? : ; m.
I- i f:e;^. i, jar- , *n,l gt-nertl inf -.pl/ t*
84.i Broadway or 1 Battery Place, Waahlagi a Buildtag,
.-" Hr a '.w.i> ^^^^^^
MALIA'L'i STEAMSHIP LINK.
Prom New-Yo-k Wedaetday, Frl4*) and Saturday,
POR TEXAS. OEOROIA AND PLOR1DA
Thn u?!i in *, ia i ii UtatL
Arcm. California, Mex g ... rg:a. Klwn.ia. aol
Etcellenl pattrnger ?.-.- mmodstl n*.
Wm. (or our SO-] .ailed free).
I H MALLORY tt CO.. kn Agtl P ir -" E II . N. T.
Maim: STEAMSHIP link direct to Cot
i Pori ind, M.- t>eitghtful ?e.?
.- ail to all pleatur* rei I N I Eait. I
ra Uw fi a-id fai".)*.,
B p, tn. Pier a-. E " Mark*t-*t.
Hi 'RA .1" "MALL. Agent.
NETHERLANDS LINK.
fur ROTTER! VM in AMSTERDAM, via Boulogn*
'
S s BPAARNDAM Ytfhi. 1 p nt
s s wi:i;i. ? \: i M -,- Jul"/ 14- * 1pm.
Uirtt et bin |30 and una . - I (MS * li .teer
ire it ver) : i A;p.. fer (-aid* and term*. G.a
. l . | ?. IB B a.t?a>.
OPERATING ON THE GREAT NORTH
U ,..- i ERN LAKES
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP '"C.
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; . ? . Passenger Steel Steamship*,
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: . . . ,u: i full in', laue n t?
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37.1 III. lADVt AY. NEW-YORK
OLD DOMINION LIN K.
i f i NO RPO I K POi'.TsM HTH OLD POINT
, iMPURT al NEWPORT S'KVVB, VIRGINIA BEA' H.
PETKRSUI HO Md RICHMOND, VA and WASHING?
TON, fi ?. Moa., Tues, Wed ind Sa:. lit
la JAMES RIVER Mi ri . Wed and s.t.
For WEST POINT, VA. 'I les, Tia. ? Pl ia
1 ler '."i net N S BJ t ip. m.. Ail;
ui ...>. ip ta and fr?igi-.t rat** to *d
point! .s.,'j:l'. an 1 Wet!
W, l. GUILI^AUDEU. Trifflc Maaaasr.
KUI) "I>" LIM! ni' STEAMSHIPS,
FOR LA OUAYRA, PUERTO CARELLO, CURA?
CAO AND MARACAIBO. VIA CURACAO.
FRoM PIERREPONT STORES BROOKLYN.
P. 8. VENEZUELA.Thunda)-, Jul! ll 1 P "
S s PHILADELPHIA.... We . '.*?''. I r- ??
S H VENEZUELA Saturda) Vugvisl 4 I r in.
The** An.erl. in .teamen, built eipretaly for :h* trada.
h.iie tcry tuptrlo ?, r ? lattens.!..
For Caracla .md Maracaibo freight '
S. & MARACAIBO.Pltdii Jan. tl
BOULTON BLISS A I'Al.I.ETT.
Genna; Minagara. MB Eront-*t.
T l>\ EP.TISEM'NTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS TOR
n IRfi Nii'A YORK TRIHI NE WILL Bl BE
. ' IVEIi AT Tilt: r PT..WN OFFICE. N 1.212 Bi 1
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TISEMENTS al Ih* fall.wing H' Bl -6*
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Iii Fairii.ue. ranier Fourteenth-.t.; 7S0 Thud rn- .
corner Pctrty-seventll lt 1 n'Jrt Third .ve., nenr Sl**r;
*| -i -' , 1 T"s I i-i tv. P*t Wi ti Forty-**( ' il . lo*
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F--iiit"-r.th it . 2:,T W.-i Fmi'? tec-nd ?! .''.Il Third-sve :
l.'.'Is Third-.tve . 2.0,11 Third tte . between Or.* -hundr*?V
1 "ti. hnndic'l and ihlrtt-.-nih ot*
At th* HARLEM OFFICES l*d Boil Op.-hunlred-artfl.
g( h ?* 241 We.t One-hundred-and-twenty-flf's
?l., and il*.*) We*t On.hundre.'.-and forty-flfth-.t . up 'O 1
p. m.. *i regular office rate. ? r,mM
European Rnneh. fa* advertltcmentl only. I?. BS***
Street. E. C.. London. England.

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