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NEWS OF A li MY AXD NAVY.
NEW CHARTS OF FALL STORMS FOR THK
OUTDANCE OF MARINERS
ENI-ISTEC MEN and THEIR PAT RECRUITING
DBFOTS HOW TO PREVENT DESERTIONS?
NAVAI. OBSERVATORY IMIT.OVEMENT8.
I
i'bt TfltSeaAea to iiie TBrsrss.j
Waahlngtoa, Aug, ?'? For the Information ot
mariners who will be compelled to encounter on the
Atlantic th-stotrrs ..f .\ :; : ? September and Octo
ber, th< Hydrographic Otlice ol the Navy Depart
ment haa prepared an Inti re I na charl ahowlng the
trucks of storms tinline the ni,.-tbs named. T!:e
chun will be of much practical use to sailors, lt
ls m.ide np from the weather observations of the
last six years, as r.>rded In the Navy Department
and Weather Bureau, and is accompanied by in?
formation relating to the kims, character ai I
ajourcea of Bea storms Bo much has been said
about ihe terrors of the Weat Indian hurricanes
that they have come to be regarded - I pedal
ajana of severe storm- to be dreaded at this season.
The new hydrographic charl shows that although
these, hurricanes are usually violent abd de
Btruetlve, the fscta ari thal the storms which
trav-i eastward across ibo ontlnent and over the
Atianti- are more frequent and equally dangerous
A study of the con lltlona Indicates thal In August ,
and September these cross-continent storms enter
the Atlantic about th.- latitude of Newfoundland |
or Labrador, and in October they vary in their
eoarst from Newfoundland to Cape Hatteras, Tht .
tropical hurrtcanea ar- capricious, and Instead ..f
following curves of regular shapi they are some- i
times abruptly deflected or prevented from curving ,
until they reach the higher latitudes. d".ie hydro- i
graphic chart explains thal the knowledge of two j
facts is essential lo the marlnei who meeta storms.
First he must know the general bearing ,,f a Btorm
centre, and Becond, the general direction in which
the sioim era ls moving. In ordei to .a,me to a |
correct Idea as to the first point, the misti.r of a j
vessel must study the weather continuously, and '
lot walt ui.ru rn- sr,.rm is upon him. Relative to I
th- second potat, the new charl will be a good guide, j
Practically it i^ a forecast of the storm tra.-ks for
tho three months, if the mariner can determine from |
Which .-,circe the storm is coming, With bia knout,
edge of the general conditions of weather al sea be
will bc greatly sided In determining In which semi- ,
circle of the storm ar-,i his vi sel la I iced. It la
found that Btonna leaving the cast ar- ott.n
greatly increased In energy upon mei Ung the moist
atmosphere of the Gulf Stream.
Several questions of Importance to the enlisted
nv-n of tho Army ar,- engaging thi attention of the
Var Department officials. The advisability of re?
pealing ihe law which deprives the soldier of si
monthly during hi* first >*ear ol service comes in
for special consideration. What disposition shall be
made of recruiting depota and the apprehension of
desert-rs are two oth.-r points upon which action
Will be taken. The Object of the bm which retains
pm of the men's pay each month w.,s to prevent
desertion-. It wns supposed that if the soldier had
a considerable sum of money on the paymaster's
book ho would not leave the colors. ll\i ? ?
shows that si: ti expectation is not realised In
practice. Men who are ben! on desertion ^r<- not
deterred by restrictions of the kind. The fact thai
their pay is withheld In par. i- frequently ri., riiel
cu.s- ,.;' discontent, which enda In deaertl ::. War
Department oft! tali ar- now getting the i ewe of
offlcet-s at the several posts as to whethei or not tha
repeal of the law would work to thi t of the
soldier and the service. In getting the lesired In?
formation an exception to thi milltarj rub ls to
bo mad.-, and the enlisted men themselves are t" bo
asked f..r ..pinions In the matter. If the reports
show that a change la advil bli C ogress aili ba
asked to take action In the ? .-? Opinions on the
subject, already express I .ffect thai
th- soldiers full pay sboiil I be his own t.. do with
as ho pleases, and that the Government should noi '
retain any part of lt. -sj"- lally If th- service of the i
man haa been hon--: and faithful
Kelatlvi io n rutting depots a compromise
feature of the nen* Vimy Appropriation act makes
1t optional with ihi Secretary of War to send re?
cruits from recruiting rendez*
military posts. Assistant Se rotary Doi
sui lat lon with a numbei of officers who have re?
cently mt rv,' I vi '
,.r re rub ': wishes i tiem en?
tirely abolished, or, wt,a: is praci illy same
thing, be male regulai milltarj p sta \ largi per?
centage of line officers an Bald io bs
tho chance. These dbi-, vs prefer : i get their m-n
directly from the rendesi ma and thus he able :..
control th-ir earlies; instruction in military matters.
General Doe's arguments are ki ?? I prevail with
Secretary Lamont. Jefferson Rarracks,
cavalrymen ar- train d, may be made an exception
to the rule, as then are b il '? rn fa 'lillies an I
time foi- disciplining the hoi* troops at rei i
posts.
Under a law Jual passed by Congress tl ? ls to be
the maximum sum lo bi paid for the arrest and
delivery of deserters, ari; in the future specla
effort w.i. be mad. leteel them Steps will be
taken to prevent di?-? rt kklng tl
moro attractive ind th rs moi forts
but wh-n a man runs swaj hil ipi ire will :?<? .,
matter of Indifference to the milltarj autl trifles
The Naval Observatory la : , pur. iii- - a number of
mooVrn astronon cesar)
ments required In the Imp rtanl -.york of the li
tlon. Th- new Naval ApprOprlal :. I I
provision for the expendll ire The hrs! instrumenl
to be obtained will an altaxln ith oat ,,f
?which will b- BB.OUO. lt will be used to observe the
moon when off the meridian. The i: yal 0 -??..,
tory at Greenwich la tl ii tltutlon which now
has ono of Ihesi ni-rl f ? a<
variations of the bi'.fib- will bc great!) fi llltated
by the us- of the Instrument. A twelve.
glass, to cost Xix**), will also t... bought Thia ls re?
quired to corni ???? new twelve-Inch equatorial
?willoh now univ needs auch s glass ta ?? efl
clent. A nea comet-seeker will be purchased, lt
will have a wide aperture and a iii ri I giving j
lt a largo Held, which is necessary In iweeping the
heavens f..r c .meta, and at nines aster .Ids, ?'.:.? i
to say. the Naval Observal ny le without a m .-? trial
barometer of modern make and precision. The de?
ficiency ie now to be supplied Pur liases of Inatru
ments for Bsagnetl ? w r? wt!] als i be made, The
observat-ry has already lone mu<'h creditable work
In this lin-, and it ls intend-.1 further to pursue the
atudy now bo successfully carried on at tr.Ben i
tories at Kew, Potsdam and Pavlorsk. Il ls hoped
that practical results relating to weather predictions
?will follow closer observation of the lawi relating 11
the sun and rh<- magnet ii ph nomena. Among the
instruments to be us.- j n. ric-- line of reiearcl
bea magnetic the lollte for obtaining the exact vari?
ation ..f tho needle, also the earth's hort ton ta! I ?
by which the needle is deflected, a dip circle to
determine the inclination of the manner'., needle, and
an earth induction Inclinometer, used for measuring
the earth's currents which have an Immediate bear?
ing on magnetic phi-nom- na
UFKTTXO OE WESTERS CATHOLIC BISHOPS.
Manltou, Cob. Aug. 5.-The annual meeting of the
Wasters Bsstiopa ol the Catholic church has just
been ended her-, but tbe proceedlnga ar.- :. i| mi b
public. Those who participated In to-day's session
were Rishop ii c Mata, "f Denver: Bishop Richard
Pcannei. r,f Omaha; Bishop N. A. Gallagher, >.r
Galveston; BtBhOfJ Louis M Fink, of Kansas City;
Bishop .1, .1. Hennessey, of Wichita; Father Robln
aon, Vicar-Uenerai of Denver; the Rev P, I?. Gill,
representing the Archbiahop of Chicago; the Rev.
Father Anaoif-rn. representing the Benedictine or
dor; Father Frencolen, secretary of the meeting
of Manltou. and Father Howlett, representing th.
city of Denver. They talked over the nilen of the
Church and ecclesiastical mattera generaJly, inter?
changing views and giving experiences
A VOTED CHECR RWIXDLEE ARRESTED.
Cincinnati, Aug. 5. A check swindler, notorious
In every city of the Nation, waa air,'-ted h-r- v.
terday. He is Allier! C. Ward, BlXty-aeveo year
Old, born in IndlatMpotta, His allasea are Morgan,
Papo. Miller and Captain HF, c. Ward He ??? - i
confisierate of "Bfll" Kissane, of the ateamer
Martha. Waahlngton notoriety. He waa also ar?
rested and imprisoned at Kort Lafayette, N. I . In
Hgt, for bein* Implicated In i conspiracy of hotel
burners, two of whom were banged. The conaum- j
matlon of bis schemes here were cul anon by his
arrest yesterday. He ha-s not heen tong out ol the
New-Yoik Penitentiary.
VOTIXt; to C'OXTIXUE A STRIKE.
Spring Valley, f.i, Aug. '. Tri- miners Of this ,
city. La Salle. Peru, Ogtoshy, Jones, Beatonville,
Lad l and Laceyvllle, to the number of about Ave
thousand, h-id a flaass-BBeettng near ibis eltj ?
terday, and. with rh- exception of Mt L.i ga
?miners, who have signed contracts to return to work
to-morrow at th? Columbus scale, all voted In favor
of prolonging tho strike begun last May, The stak?
ers also, decided to march to La s.i,i?> to-morrow
morning'an i bold a peaceable meeting for the pur?
pose of Inducing tbe La Sall- m> ri ii,: ',, work.
yo?.??
Nfm Publications.
di"! im\\i\ IN MONEY: Inside, iitlior v;ilu
tjf* l,\J\f\f able premiums i . goof gannie.
BASE-BALL ROOTERS. ,?t,i, ,.n
See offer in HOME ANU COUNTRY MAGAZINE,
Price 26c ah Newsdealers, or, ll g, 10th St N Y.
Lats Stliooio.
METROPOLIS LAW SCHOOL,
Incorporated June, IKol ABNER C. THOMAS. LL.D..
Lean. Caee system of Instruction. Legree ?( JJ,. Jj.
after course of three yeara Morning illvlnian, tl lu 12;
evening division. S lo 10. K'.r catalogues apply lo Prof.
CLARENCE L. ASHLEY. ?07 B'way. New-York.
BW-TORE law school, 120 Rr..a 'wai*. N. v.
City. -Eienlna Lo-p't. Cooper Cr,bn. "Dwight
Method" ?r Instruction, I'-irre.- of LL, H. after 2 vunn'
eonrse. Graduate .curse gaded. Fee, JI'sj. (ago. CHA.SR.
insirntnon.
For Young Ladies- City.
BOARDlNa ANI> HAY SCHOOL P d' GIRL*
NO ?07 RTH-AVE. , .
Re*. Dr. arni Mrr ("MAS. H OARDNER Wnripaia.^
\1 ACEMOISELLE 'KLTIN.
M
SCHOOL FOR ( IF!!.*..
FUtEPROOF SCHOOL " ILOINO.
IBO ard R2 Went 7?th-at _.
: - ri ja A. WILLEY tmanj yeal - st Mrs Sy|.
..,., . ? .. HOME Bi ii" '? I : >" " ?
.... ;::.-' W< -? 70th nt.
MISS FARWELL'S SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
Cl WEST T1PT-ST.. NEW YORK.
SPECIALTY .-school
MIHI IENNY s Ul ;.'!
IKAINlNO-CLASl* FOR KINDERGARTNERS,
4.1 WEST I2TTI1-ST., Brill reoi en . 1 1*04,_
SHOOL OK THK B.STERS OF THK CH!iRCH.
l.iiTi.b-ti ty Mis Svlvanu: Reed, IBM. '?""I'*"
Uct. 1 Addro-ss filster-ln-Charge. a ..nd I E. BM-BL
TilL Mltshs, ELT'S SCHOOL Fop. GI lt I.S.
RIVERSIDE DRIVE.
85th ar.,! BCth V.n-etn. New-York
rpm MISSES M< iSES.
1 HOARD!NO ANO HAY SCHOOL FOR OIRLS,
NOS. OH AND 648 MADISON-AVE.,
Near-York CIR
Vrepiren far Barnard and otha! ? c - |
r|M;i: SIMMONS SCHOOL.
I 1.010 M V!'.-' IN %VE
REOPENS OCTOBER I.
For Roys and Young Mer. ?City.
BERKELEY CCHOOL,
is SO, 22. and M W?st 44-h-nt . N. T.
A utini: half, IIHti fear, will "jegli Monday, Ocl t?*f I.
Ne - boardlrg uepartmcr.t limited i is-enty I ya will ba
ripnied in Uv new st :ie cottar* at ih* Berkelej Oval.
Applicants ! r atiTil.snion t.. thc ichi IS ta]
-;i.,' its .. boarders, nu.nt ne warml) endorsed a* to
,!.<? j. ter
h'ut circuln
U AB YARD SCHOOl
l 1 REOPENS SEPT
inti Information address
.1. CLARK READ, A. M., Registrar.
5TH-AVE COR ITTH ST.
iso |
n for college mines!
PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
william FREELAND.
eptember 1st,
Nantucket, Mass
IRVIN*! SCHOOL, -4 Wes! Mth-st., formerly 20 Weal
Mit hst. Winner of ?l
c.:.- . i ni rrt/.'" f r
:-.iRb.-s! rntrai nora: th .rough woi, . all il?i ? I ? ?
real book n requ ni Rr, I.. I). LAV. lb- l Mani
II MORSE'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS 123 Mad
.ive., New-York, will reopen October :t Englln
ad Oerman and I >n f.?r all
?? s. Cntll Septeml ? ? ',.? ie Pru pal's addro-n ? I . b
?mt. Mai
-',1b
J.
i ?
lea
? I. f.r young boys, Madls n Avenue,
ld ?t s... lal attei ll, n I. pl j si, Inter, tn
IV, Hast 7lst-B( lill Sepl 1st.
Vd
V.
ISs KETCHl'M'S ''I.Abs FOR YOt'Nfl ROTS will r*
open Octobei IO, 1mm al SM bi ? ' n ive., neal
uni. st Ten hoya i ....
afternoon n lt the ; n ali ill:- sn Ni rth
- .??? Mass . lill S >ptem< ? r 1"-ii
bj West Mitti ,1
NIYERS1T1 GRAMMAR SCH"
??
Prlmn.*) department. K ur r,-si!?nt pupils ra
ELMER ft PHILLIPS. A M . PriaetsaL
i ?-.?; -,-..? for si!
rn; pupils laki ?
WEST r.l.-'T ST
cen md for b inlnesa A few t -.?'1
l;.
A-.1
WILLIAM '" READIO, Prln ; I
For Both Sexes City.
LEN SCHOOL, SIC W hfil si . N Y. City, r?"p?nn
.t i:.-. is;.i. kindergarten In Oerman; college prep
: resident ; , I Foi address th* sch ? ?!
.177. SCHOOL OF LANGUAOES.
Malli'ii bquate rp?n .11 summer; alas
Rummer School at Aod. i-v l'a-k N J.
PACKARD'']
I BUSINESS coi.LEOB
A HI ?
school OK PTENOORAPHt
will reopen -n Tuesday, Sept *.
1'aii or sen.! for Proepectna,
g. R PACK ARD Pres. o, ...
i .1 East Sid Bl., New-1 a-s.
ei CHOOL OF SOCIAL ECONOMICS I'nl n Square N?w
?-'york OEOROE Ol NTON l*reald*nl ' mmerclal Kigl
;cr..s,l A;.' mi. Hal ' Vi .-'.-al De|.e:ft.er.ra. Kn ml'
ni il alt i iraea, tl ll fsi illly mod
ni. Adij.-esn JOHN It'd.! KY CLARK. A. M.. Wc.
BrornlTO.
NEW-YORK. BRI OKLTN. 2St M Waahlagtsa Ara.
8T. CATHARINES HALL.
School fee .;; :> choice ol c.:*.. trees fer gradaa
I n. Special c.lio-n ray be ta'.-:, ,r College Prepara
ory. Address ST. CATHARINE'S IN" THE V "N
1A1NK l! iderneas. N )..
1'HE BROOKLYN HEIOHT8 SEMINARY
Boarding a ll - .'???- nev. om i pe
, ?? ?: 1'T. 188-14 ? ??? gue lil ,.. B, N. Y.
BETTS
MID .ii.'. I'. ? . l't CT1
REV. T li LANDON lill V II'AL
For Boys and Young Men Country.
'Al'EMI, . . A.Mt RI ? UN.N Mia Y-sr.
A PRAi *: , "Al. SCHOOL
.- .nf. with Ui ? ? ? ? i aaa field ? I -? rat
-?,..,,:, i, ii : s. i .?. kralnkag Et | -
noders language* ; un ?? eek ? . n
??- r i *n> i, ge. Ntw I ... ung
nth ad modem conveniences
WM J. BEI i S, M A. |T .Ui. Prlfl . kl
jl'.RDENT' 'W'S IN
CAPT. T. I' LANDON aw "oMMANOANT.
t \\ QA LAKE Mil.HARV IXADEMY Aul ia N. T.
L K^r :...'?.: ,,-d ...-.,, an , addreas
A K M. ALI ..v.A MI: . i
C'HEL : KN ll kM MIL11 IHI A IDEM1 .... ana
i elphin. Pa. t 'nea ell* i . ? ?>
S i (.presented bi s ? li all Har
.. I, Princeton, i mell, l.-v ?? b' .-.:... L'uiv.
if Pa. a:.! Well P 24", yeal -. - Sept lt.
JnllN C Rb E. Pk I> . 1'iinripaJ.
f'AM AI.I!.I.n .-.ll " ,1 . ITHA'.A, S Y
0 Tuition and h mn |S2S Lasting Fitting Sch il foe Oar
MU. -'I believe ?:.? Casrsdllla Sci ll ba on* ol th*
?nt prtpar.t r> sch. ll lr. this cuiiili) J '. Rt ll lb
MAN Prent of C mell I'nln-iilb Addn -
l V PARSELL A M . I'rn-lpaJ.
/ ?ONCORD IIOME SCIIi ? I.
1 IK !.,;...???? ? ? e?e. Sclentl! r B mt.
BifcS. Pour Moi'oi- Kirib i-..r I'K ?;' 2*1 \ : Ir-sa
jami-' H GARLAND P ii Ma*a
,., Cona
?
nt ruction; il i .. p repa rat nf:. . ko- di i . ill san
iImi'j.iI training. Backward t >n adran - :? i
Sector,
1 EPISCOPAL ACADEMY OF CONNI : I , ':
J r.rei.arat: ,n f-r College, Sclent . !?.???? o
I:-.- JAMES STODDARD. M. A. lan. . Cheshire, I
I J" LMWOOD school FOR HOYS ai MIR ?' .'.nn. -
J Parentn aho are utifcnuna-o. In 'he tr,nn?Ko>fe.?rtt of
their sons will d? adi la prof) oy the advaatagan offered
by my school; Hie achtol I- tn nena, .ti during Ih* ?ntirn
ynar. FRANK ".I HOWE, tsut^t.
Com
Canaan ACADEMT, Canaan Litchfield C
H mc r 'i -"v boys. Four tenid'.-r maatera
I ^AIRFIELD A aderoy rr bys. Kaiifl<-ld. Ci
i :.? . ?:. i irv rn* il an tn nina
IP 'MT '.ll 1
?
\l
biiflnoos Course. Kb'.
i- ll I
Kro.er.,11 N J ? ^'??h y.t
tmary, Cbtlega Prepara
i >nd. Typewrlllag 1 ?i'tiaviiy.
I." RIIEHOI.ri IN8TI*rL*TE. Freehold N J.-tOI
Boy's Boarding P'h?,l Primary. ?-?.ib-|? Preparatory
] I: Vi NO INSTITCTE.
TARRYTOWN ON II DSON,
Hors nnd Toting M'n. H.ili yrar Pupils '?sri r-mnl-i d ii
lng .un.m?r vacation. J. M. FORMAN A M.. PrtBetpal
1AKEWOOD HI.Pilli - SCHOOL.
-i 'Anions the P
JAMES W MORET, Pria Ipal, Ijikes md, New-J* say
MONTCLAIR MILITARY ACADEMT SUMMIT OS
Orang. Mounkalns. 'imh..-:; i.. ???? ri .-.. Nea York
.:...:.,i-.< admitted lo leading College, sltl? ii rneinln.i
:.- Large ? ii in:,., si um ? ri ape al nstructoi Cadets liv*
in cottages. J. C MacVtcar. A M. Pia. Montclair, N. J.
rVlOUNT PLEASANT MILITARY Al Al.EMI "Mh >? .r.
.'I bej.t ?.''.iii. EHJmIi t,<x,v. a M.. Prln. C V Brusle.
A. M . Ass,, imo- l'r In.
Addrei ELIJAH COOK, Sing Bing N. Y
Mnl'I.K'.Va.l, INSTITifTE, ( ticordvllle, Pena I >-.
I^r >eui a successful achoo!; one .f Hie beal to In
ike up !?,)s lo thc .lutles uf lif*.
l-l lo
bi |l Tn.
J. BHORTLIDGK 'Ta>i A M Prln.
M
?'I'M ll Hy a . erny. D ai Ung ind Day S ho . Boys
preparo-.l f ,r College or lin- n?,? QymasslUBB. MUK,ry
Ca a - ?- Richard t I- a Pria . M n' Holly, -.. j
Al ITi HELL'S BOYS' Si HOOL is miles n rm I
1?1 ls. t I. It. R. slrictl) Select Inn.... gel . IMO par
,'i.r M.d'aiy. Only resjutsita lot adn I I chat
B/icr !-i.al rare nn.l tral.ilng lc young |. -. ? titi : I
stllci*. iechaology md busineaa. Bend foi rirrular iq
M. C MITCHELL. Pun. Blllerlca, Ma .s
^EWTON (N. J, INSTlTi;TE. lev .-.. ft. lint
year; n mellke family school r i boys; steam hes . j
n ?:. naslumn bowling I..... lanni -. 20 ponl.
i -? ?. st.d car* and personal instruction fm liege
? lentil . I uslnea* J, IV I !..:? >N. S M . bra,
V i;w YORK, PEEKSKIIX
lt THE 1 KKKsKILL MIL1TAR, HCADEMT.
till year. Col. LOUIS ll ORLEMAN. Prln
^ OR WALK PREPARATORY SCHOOL \,
Mgltary <?)??' f.,r Boys Nu i leo! IMsi a
yeal Apply tn CARLA HARSTROM A M., Prln
ftJORViALK MILITARY INSTITCTE Norwalk, Conn
1 ' Illustrated circular m-hi .,, request.
FRANK . ROI inns pria,
^'EW-roRK MILITARY ACADEMY. Cornwall N Y
Prep, Dapl .,' Worra 11 ll ill Peeksklll N Y
COL c J Will,. I l. a. M 1 realdest
ilENNSYLVANIA MILITAR1 COLLEOK
CHESTER, PA. 3Sti YEAR HEOINS SEPT. IPTH
civil Engineering <o, !?:.,. (iiemlsiri ill h.), ah ,i ii.)
PREPARATORY ,"i'i;si:s in English ind CIbsbI .
Circulars of Mr. GEORGE ll. STERLING, :;l I. iv
N'ii Yort Col C. I* IIVA'I'I I .
IlAJ'.K AVENUE INSTITUTE, BRlDGEl-ORT, CONN,
?aeetlsBi home achoo! foi hoya Advantage! fli?t-.b.ss.
Parents ula ai - pleased Siao, ||, gina Sepl :??! i-oi. For
rlrruUrs addresa .SETH B. JONES. A. M. Pilnclr.al.
?s.ilo il, r or young boya VERY SE.
knited For circular uJdresa
EWELL, Peekakkll ea Hudson, N. Y.
HECTORY SCHOOu HAMDEN, conn,
Fur boys |4<ni Home InSuBOOa; I borough seh's^l sys
lem. Kxto-univr grounds: gvoanaslum, buathousa, etc
At! 'rea. Hiv. ll L EVEREST. M A. He.-tor.
RIVERVIEW ACADEMf.
Mnh year. Prepares Itioroughly for C.lice*, the Oov
?.:in,?nt Academies, and Buslneai! t:. r-v a. un.,-.r de?
tailed bure by Scno.t?ry of War.
II1SBEE A AMEN. Principals, Pous^ksetatts, N Y.
falYRA< rsi; UNIVERSITY. ciasslcaU, Laiin. scleni tl
O aad sclen - i .ni-'.., als., fin- mn. and medica
UOSV, ELL HOME <
LEO . Bumbo i ll
beglna Sepi, EL Head
I'AV. Olin mellor. Syra-us". I
III gi s.
atuloguea. JAMES ll.
WT. john;* MILITARt BCMOOla
MANLII S. M. Y.
Nert term begins Issgngher tilth. R.'ll. Apply to
WM VERBECK Prealdeat
U EDO WICK INSTITUTE O:,*' Barringtos Ibrkshir.
k^ Co.. Muss, a .olirl Behool for young ino-n arid boya
J amlly lite. Coastaai personal attention Number st riel?
ly limited E. J. VAN LENNEP. Principal.
ADVERTISEMENTS ANO BL'RSCRIPTIONS for
THE NRW-YORK TRIBUNE WILL RE RE
CEIVBD Al THE UPTOWN OFFICE No I "tl' Broad
Way, M 'loo.r north o, Thlrty-nrst-st.; an.i MiVl'K
TISEMENTS at the following Breach Offices: SM
Eighth-eve., n. e. corner Tweniy-thlrd-st.; |fil Slsth ave ?
187 F'.tirih-ave.. rornec Fourtcenth-?l.; 7C0 Third av*..'
eornwr Forty-seventh-s*. ' ,
InttronuinV
F,,r Boyi sn l roting MefL-Oountry.
rtlAUGHT 111 MA I M " ^"^^SngD
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t .'ny1;-;:;- Wld?liSksUnet&j 'new K-g-*
rii rociiion. Wm o. MUNSMADE Waaningtan. Oeaa^
tarilltSTON SEMINARY- Prepares hoya for any eat
\\ V'.' ','? lei n? . New kb :.,? .rles, arith ela -
...!?':?:?? ' i" , -iiiia. heated b] steam. Eal! lassa
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Kn thamp'on. M ?""??_
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NTW RI ILDINGS
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For Young Ladles. -Country.
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nIXWOOli SCHOOL FOR GIRIA). OLD LYME. CONN.
Reopens September Hhh, '!>4. Clrculara and pBoto
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delphia vantages MIBi C. E. MAJ*
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KND INSTIT!
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V1: s I.. CADY ii I MISS .' '' ("AI?1 Principals
gVoNNECTICCT. UTAMFYIRD MISS LOW and MISS
(. HEYW ?'? ? HOOL FOR GIRLS, Rasttsal pupils,
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CARMEL. K T.
Twenlj ? nth ye* . ?' -'"" ?t;'"n'1 r,r ,l:"'
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DY .le... I penn Sept 17. J ?-? I -id uga. bea.
u U| , tl .a l ? uses, Mualc i's- ,. Painting etc.
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Peet GreAuatTcoura* mrs WM D BLA< K. Peireaee*
IVY HA! I. ItoMI v NI ' "' ?! Pl tf. PREPARATORY
I Softool foi . ' ? ' ' ertltl ??'? admit* I I
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HARRI ll r. Principal
I'm: CATHEDRAL SCHOOL OF SI MAltf.
OAl DEN CIT1 NY
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1sllr M] . n- IRI.1 ' ENGLISH, FRENCH and
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.S?ro J.- ? Col '.- lio-taralloO. Art and MUSK. Ak>k.iy
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THEODORA :t li HARDS, Prtarlpal: Mlaa BARA
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Merni int..an. I'MladriphlB.
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U Ced u< at Ional < mprlaen I Seminary ill'' ''ir
: ? . ..., 1 M kl. Civil I i-i
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's-. BTITflE Ho-alllifull) an.I l^autlfull) hseated In IB*
Hu-laon lb.i Valley. Alt'.rdn superUM adtanlagea for ,
,. r. j(i and i ema'lo education i ' - an ! a'ii? A
rona* ai r Mu and vu ,,f t.it'i rd' Mst yxr
lltl i- ' atal..| a, ad Iresa
Re A I! FLA" li. ^. M.. Praalofrnt, ''is.I k. N* Y.
(?HAPl'AQ'A MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE, Chappaqua,
o N. t * Biol tho billa, ihlrt) m. niles f- in N.w
Vo.rk, a i .. lingi bool tor ix.y? and gilla un.It iii*
, r* 'f I ?''?els
Iso, im,, ed loo I, inn BOTH REXES Founded in
17M Exc.-llcni i ? ? ludeata f--m ia stales ah de
k, in Eng!lah, Bel rn ??. C[ ia I. n.
an i v .? Add
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(,|i'',','.<i|. COLLEOIATi: I^NSTITUTS sui Female
I M .H.- - N ' Prepares fa college, 1 nat
ni .-. ?? an i.lera languag'-* Sn ng fa. illy.
In a., ?!?. ETTSTOW: riTUTE Y aing rm n p ? pi -1
I for collei Ls.' nllega M wi b?,
,,.,,,.. i | bu ' f Hs elisa; Heirn, heat, ? I
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I .. .,,,..| Ilium ilo* ? r '? GEO. H. WH1TNBT,
U li i., ei ? Hackett -? m i H. J
>| 1MB CARE snd Inst uetlon l? yenna Boya ""I ?' "?
larhnnl yeal ii-,- Sept 17; thlldreo rared for .lu.Hg
sammei Mri D. N BELLEO, Newburg, M. )
Jil WNIKGTON IN I I EM1NARY, Bound ll.k li B.
between I ".I. nil N-? Vail Ka bab ???i-n. :?.*?! u
\ ,,) i,. .I-i.-.,I I ... "lui and leeeasIM 1^
.-.irses of instruct! n n> lo-achers; omi moderal* For ,-ar
alugue, e?- address THoH llANION, Iv D, President.
Il EDDIE INSTITUTE HIGIrTSTOWN. NV .1 Roth
I..;..,,, foi Collegs Teaed ix. Business; thor
Bligh i, Qern ll I t?n h. Mimic. \ <; 27Hi real opens
? I nth lt-. f? .SKI!! K PK.ICtY. I'll D. Prln
\17:SLETAN ICADEMY BOTTt SEXES, Nln- '?-limes.
tl Sperlallsls In Classics, An and Muide Enlnryl 'ii
Bowmen I Insures superiur ndum'tir"'. al nvodersl* espenaa,
tlth year. Opens Sen' i? isfii. Cr . alatojpM addresa
Rv WM. It. NEWHAM* Prtn .
_ Will ri'mm Mjsa
vFeathfrs.
TUTOR Herman Bri lei (A Mi No. o Emt t'.ith-st..
mak's a .)? ilnlt) ibirlnf- the tumtiiei ,,f tnt i lng
foy examinations; seven years' successful sgperlence; ?
quslnted iiir'i requlreni bi I sverj Isadlsg eoliege
OtllOCll ^AIJflUlC-3.
AMERICAN AN!? FOREIGN TEACHERS' AGENCY
supplies professors, Teachers, Tutors, (J.ivern'n.. *,
gi t, Colleges Behn ls and Families Apply io
Mrs. M .1 YOI NU FULTON. 2.1 Inion, Square.
V'lEN'.'Y Miiiani Ci ri-ie SajsaJlea tutors, professors,
tcaelierr, governesses, Sta, In all dcpln.; recommends
schools to parents 1*A> *>th-av*., Book B ld lug, our. 20th-st>
REAL ESTATE.
BUSINESS XT THK rSXCHANOBR
Prank L. PTeher, broker, bot boM for C. x.
\ . ...h. b, .1. j, Mn truth, s four-story brown
front dwelling, 15x55x100 rei f. *"? I:;' u* '
So".ent.i -seventh-st . on private terms.
Joseph Kalos ls having pbins drawn for B twelve
iiory brick and atone business building at No. 29
b bett] t.
,1 T Sloane his plans no-nrly reidy for th"
??re. ii,,.) ..;' two first-class rour-Btory residences on
a pi,,t .'i f.'t fr?.nt iit N",,s. 2 .uni i Bani Seventy
iecond-st.
l.-ltb A- Glenn have plans for Ibo erre-tbin of a
sis-story warehouse, at No. si crosby gnd Na M
.Marion sr.,., to ,-,.st $?.,,"?'.
.1. Clarence Davies, broker, bas Bold for John
Wmi..in to i"re,i-ri. k I "ile tb- b.t 8x104. north
gide of One-hundred-and-flfty-alxth-aL, IS feel east
of I'rospect-sve., furl:'.""'', and tor cha rles Bradley
b, .1 weph Bhube, a plot BOxlOO, north side of Weat
chester-ave., L'.?i feel weal of One?hundred-nuo>
slxtj -second-st , for $i.:."".
Frederick D Cole haa Bled pinna f.>r two five
storj brick tenement-houses in One-hundred-and
iwenty-fourth-st . south Bide, ISO.! f',f,t east of
Third ..\" . b, COS! J::..'"".
.lobb 11 Crlmmlns haa riled plans for a three
story bri k stable, Rlxty-seventh-st., north side. i.,n
teet' Iles! of Se, olll il',,', to COSl I10.W0.
Ce, linn A- ll.it.le have rlbd plans for a stable
and three atory brick building at One-hundred .'.in?
ti,nu alxth-st., north side, nu feel wesl --f Flfth
,i v ,? io -osi ?ir,,- ni,
flan A Marie bine riled plans for live tlvo-^tory
brick dwellings, Reventy-nlnth-at., south sid-, .ju
f,. t mst ot Coliimbiis-nve., t.,st jMi.onn.
Henry K Cook has riled plans for three four-story
brick dwellings, Beventy-a.nd-st., south side, iw t
leer iv?i ,,f Webster av-., to cost Jv.,""".
Ul il, ESTATE TRANSFERS.
v . ie c, No JtSI; Dennis ll iggert) bi Eda rd
.i Murphy "'ai.
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HER V I AN'.,-AST.
kLASSOS T ENOS
Receivers
RAVI BTONF. .? It'ERRAf-II, Alt rt syi f r I:
iel' - ...' Nai u st., Nea v. rk City.
Cuni! rn cr Retort I
I/M.t'Mi: POTTAGE K*ene \ kiley, N V ll-.-vt ,,f Adi.
i 'ii 11 ? k Mis. home e..in'...ts. walka and olrlves; ciro,
written i i K'i.--i- l"< ? i-i im
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ISRI'RI PARK \ l "
Dlr.-tlv -it Ihe Reai I' 1 hf leg lin I lld bi I -i et i
i" i". ' vi tress M< Hill IN <v PAR* INS
OBAN IP OKI.
ASRCRY PAItK. N J.
LARQESk' AND LEA DINO HOTEL
Ol o I. ATKINS Xt SONS
'rm: ii.i.i:i;si.ii: ?? asiiphy park, n. j.
1 open it ni: ii
ON I HIRD AVENCE, ONE RLOCK FROM THE REai*h
Rein. tell..,!.,,,, ] refurnllhesl. bust risen in?*..r> respect
i v item aM terms idolreaa I I' HAMIILEN iit
A VON INN.
Avon bv the <*en. New Jersey,
BRI N MAWR HOTEL,
Iii > ii Mawr, 1', ons) :?.,,ma.
Miss SIMMONS.
Ciatara'T Moose, Delaarara Irater Oas, rent, Mania
iain eb" re,., i; be^itb nu.I slaaaure; boating, Rahing
lake arel mer: ?roaching parties i1all>. L. M. Tl"i"KKR.
? I lOHIaANM OF THE K tVESTNK
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ri.isKS OCTOBER.
THOMAS SWIFT, PROP.
I a ki: OEOROE.
- "HoRlCON LolKlE,"
OPENS JIM: 27 RATES MODERATE.
F,r circular*, s,l<1r?nn
RORICON I.MI'.ii: Hoi KI. ,,i, ,-leve,,lA|e. v. y.
MOUNTAIN liol 'BE, DELAWARE WATER OAR. PA.
Sen.! far Circular
MKS. THEO HACKER A SON, Pr-prletora.
rpm wii.bii.s
I WILSON' SFRlN'OS Me fj miles from Polan I Boring ,
? i:i-i<ia-n in all lbs i,pi?, inm, ?:,is Ftneat Mineral
tspnng in New tb,td.md Wllaon sering IVatSi u-e.1 throush
out H.- hotel in .....ki-ig. et. CorrenponUeno-e itivite,!.
WIl.fltiRTON RY THE SEA
SI'RINO l.aKE. N. J.
OPEN FROM JINK To OCTOBER
_ R K LKTi'lIWORTH.
IITHEN IN Ilt'FFALO STOP AT THE
ft OENESFE.
Kl agar a FALLS forty minutes away.
Glimmer l? cooria.
WETOADT Mot STA IN*. LAST'S-, PA.
IWXINOSA INN.
Managed by the HOTEL t OMPANY during Aegvat anl
Septeml er. Evi .?> thing Oral class
Iddresa PAXINOSA INN CO.
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cl HD M fl [Pi m LI T Q R3 R3
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.... m'i?s front New-Torh is C L & W. R R.
..,,ni feet above lld* wa' >r,
Full orcheetra mornlni and en -nlng.
Is, Ko. W TITTLE. Manurer.
Kj^^LCYii'T''", Qj./".iLlL
MILLBROOK DL'TCHBSS COI NTY. N. T.
OPEN UNTIL NOV. TTH.
"*?*? ?? Central io tao/^M^y^P.^
DQOTlXIL T0BOTI i DDIL
ATLANTU CPI V. N. J.
OPEN ALL THE TEAR.
MYACK ON-THE-HL'DSON.
i. : ia WdDQD^Eo
A well-equipped hot*!, hi o"i>nt locaUoo; -uisine
tie beal fi? bus from depot; pi ces to suit tb* tim-n.
Address the I tel Ol -AM' BL u BARRON, Proprietor,
".lb. ':?: ilMTM,
?M Spo rjOji B. Y.j,
i: ,\! EARLE ? SON, PROP'S.
Apply dire ? r to ll tel Bristol. (Ith-ave. and Oin'..
Nen v ,,ik City. _
JTEIL i DKOo
st ili'ol',;:: NEXV-BRRJHTON, STATEN ISLAND.
Mai ?." untr> ;r' - ' "T "f 'be i Ity;
So minutes from ? ts: superb views;
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lt KA SON A Ii Ll RATES til nan
OK" iP.C.E MI'RRAY Proprlel .r.
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NOW OPEN SPECIAL RATES THIS BB \SON.
MARTTN it- EDOERTON, Proprietors.
HOTEL BRESLIN.
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QUAKER HILL. 1 CTCHES ; CO . N. Y..
Kow open for t
N. R HOWE. PK,il'l..
p tofflca -. Faa ling, N. Y.
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SHAN.' v,.i '? lt CO., N V.
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AND COTTAU -
NEW LONDON, CONN.
NOW OPEN I n -f n?ashorrn
sr. i rona tn nf' -" The Pcju I ? ? -t ?" ttagjae ie
rent fur tbe ,r?.. n Send ' r ? ' '?'??
BLANCHARD * HA.".ER_
' [j;. : .
i. vs I o.n PENN.
Xr.l, trily won't. I, under manage?
ment w a I '.: .i Ave. H .tell p a
r. and i pen till ? ?-? t - ' Igh al
I -. ' .-. a Tn j
a New-York Fort Idresn W A ELMORE.
...
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?uvJaUt.
T R PR "-TOP..
. lo
ATLAN1 CITY Oo the ta .. Bleval r; ateaat heat
Ki.teretl water. Sun parlor, bli..,. '. and MusM 1 ? nun.
i H.vMi IRS A ROOPES.
.
ELBERON. NEW JKR8BT.
Thin unique Bummer Resort ls nus
For clrcu ? - . tiara sd Iresa
_ J V JORDAN.
' " -
MOt'NT Jt
^ . ' - ? i.
Finest tal I IB thli
- ? nervous
Virginia i ?? .? - arf r '
mr rt. mlt-d I
? ? I ? Sew-' * : * i P? r..,
ei ' ? I ? g ll . '.SO a. m
'?? '.' R . '?' vi Irenn FRED
Virginia
Railroads.
?AMEStlC'S CPEATCST R/dLROAD."
NEW YORK
ENTRAL
y L HUDSON RIVER R. R.
From Grand Central .-??*: a, t.j Street:
S:'in a m. i.i. ;t Bundaj Li [ ra state Ktpreaa
1 ,ie ei train la Boa wi rid
? l3a A M L? - a. :a> i i vi.; ndack Mt's. 1,000
lo..ni In Kl : : ? '. I . ; ll ^s \\ ,ntn al
tibto A M i ill) i..st '. . i i , isa, Rochester,
l .':. . Niagara I ill Cl
Otto n m is-,: Bund I i Catskill Mountains,
Ka kl .i. at \I rn::- ,1
Kldtt. \ Nf Dally. Chicago Limited. Due Chicago
:? ,' A M
1(1:1(1 \ M li |.? tindal Day Kvaresn. For all Im
1 ? late points.
1 i(mi I- ll D kill K 'Ul ' ?? Lil tn I f <t Cinda
... b.i.. sp ills, Bl I. .ula.
||4S I '?' .- ? r ri a :
"?'
.?DUO P M Ea. sm. lay. A;: am. Tr y, Sa rat ga.
At'AO I'. M ' i S .-. Shore Limited. Du* Detio't
k .- v M., Chlcag 4 .1" p if,
?tOtJ i- kl Daily. il . Buffalo, Niagara
Fall* De( ll .| - ? 1. i, -
?D-Jri P ' Dally, F-r Tr y. Saratoga, North Crees,
:? . -1 ml M
~. iiki I M Dally. I i lill .?', , M m.Minn, LOM
Ulan ls, ui l M nt
7t:n? i M i rn i" ii - nra H 11 ; Ints Buffalo,
N .gara Falls Mai .1 deveUnd, Cincinnati.
In ?? -ai- i SI I. ? ?
H ino i M -Dall 'li ?- paasanaeiB fur
b . ; ..1 a this train
l': IB P. M. - Dalli For .'vb' vg, t'df* Vincent,
devi ..ii i troii i ?
Pilli a M ind illRM r M Dall esespt Sunday, to
b "-'. I I. i la Hail ?
Wagn, i bau ?? Cara ?n all thro, ii ,'r.n.
I. . ? -I l
Tickets ai I V uctier oft),-* ?? ?bani Cen'rnl Station.
MS, tat im 'SB Rroadwai ::i I mi uti -t I in In
1 illding, BIS li-alu iv J.'t.oi . Iiiml .- ne f,,-| \Ve?t
'"-? ' st.. .. '. '?"?" ?? :' ll n. New v -k ,i;ts .,n,l 720
Fulton St., a- I 74 lb ? , ia si K D . I lr oaklyn
Raggage ? hm io I '.?? ,m hotel or real len s ii tba Westeolt
Eapresa i' mpani
JOHN M TOI'CET, OEOROE lt DANIELS
Gee:.ii Manager. Oea. Pasaeagsr Awnt.
OTIS ELEVATING RAILWAY,
Catskill Mountains.
rnnp'-'o with 0 40 ll SB ant ft .li. 'rains ^n New
Torh Central snd H'M and a rn trains on Weal Shore
U. a. ids, and wltl AH in) Das Lin* and Catskill Even
i.,,r La.- f : I al.I Ml. li ua?, K . c. ? i :: Hotel,
i rai ll* s '?? b "?' ? tn the Kaati i k ll Railroad.
A LIMITED TRAIN ..,,-, 1V-. i'm
f - ? it Sk III, ii Ithi ut sr |\ .-rn.ts ii !th Otis El Iii . .1 ie
?? M umala Slatloa In 3 HOCHS AND .. I MIN! I...-.
ni'.l... LACKAWAWA AMI U'llsrilM H. R.
Mnduus lu rvrn-v, orL foot of lluro-luy nail
Chrtalopber sirrrln.
Vr.STIRI I.KD TRAINS. PULLMAN IHI'I'IIT
COAl Ills. i'l> 1MM ll |,|?.up.
PU eel rout, u ........ii., i, i.i, .... ibi.:v laONTCLAlR.
lilli; ORA.SUES, auillllill. iii lliat.lsi ,,,e lla-K.ug
Midge, Madkawu, MorrUt wa, Paaaaiu, Pateraoa, b-o.-,.
tun. Dover, .staiiiiv,i,a. lu uk.-, LAKE, LAKE HO
lAH.'Si. Ha. k. llsl.,mi. Si lloul.i.vs MOUNTAIN,
tAaahingion. iiiiu.ii'Mii itu. easton iv m nj,
oat. ,-i uou,-pr itu, Pocono Mountains, SCRAN
??*k."v. V* rKlV?l W1LKESHARRE, NANT!,'OKI.;
Danville, sorthumrelland. Montrose binq.
Ram los. OXFORD. NORWICH. Waterville. UTICA.
RH lll'li.l.l. HPRINQS. Cortland, SYRACUSE OH
Wl.i.o. UHACA. OWROO ELMIRA, CORNINO.
HAUL I-ANS VILLI:. BUFFALO ami all poln-s
WEST, NORTHWEHT ano SOI rilWEST.
1:30 A H. BINGHAMTON M.ii Stops al prlnctpal
Itstlona.
tum A. M. BUFFALO, SCRANTON. BINGHAMTON.
UTICA, RICHFIELD SPRINOS, 8YRACCSR an!
OSWKOO i;\t RESS, Pullman buiiet p?t?!,,r Cara Con?
nects at Buffalo nilli Hani far Chicago, arriving W.^0
'?^L-J-aiM ?C*r.A.*>"")N. BINGHAMTON ar.d ELMIKA
KM lil..-.-. Pullman parlor cars.
*<H!.CTiiM. vi',.'.',,'N1'",i ..WILKESnARRB amt I'LYM
ot TH I.M'lll.s- I'ullnn.i parlor .'ara.
!:? I' M iDallyj BUFFALO SCRANTON, KINGHAM
TON itii.l Ki.mira LIMITED EXPRESS. Pullman
RufT't Sleepers. Arrives Bt 7.15 R rn
1:00 p. M il >atlyj BUFFALO, SCRANTON, LINGHAM.
Ton. RICHFIELD SPRis,is sYRvci'SE un,! OS
Wi.,.,, i:\bP.i\ss pun,,,.,,, imtr.-t Sleepers.
TICKETS AND PULLMAN ACCOMMODATIONS at tj
il?'!r'*>, il. 'i'.1 ,-'), """'?l??v Tlrl<,ts hi ferry stations.
7sfi and rn: Broadway, 5;i W-st llfth-st . 2.h.% Columbus
?!?' ?,?''* ),""?? x'% ""'' MB I'.ilt-ii-t . and 71 Rroadway.
?roohlya ibu,, uMea, giving full Informatloa at all sta?
tion*.
westcott EXPRESS] COMPANY wit! call for and
ab*ck baggage from hotel or rasidrnce te deitlnatlos.
ttailroaos.
ennsylvaiia
RAILROAD.
RATION. ^^-^t- s^corttandt ,
land 5:23 a. m. ,,:.?. a.i r,:W i M-yhSrJ
spoil* I A. M.. and Toledo li I li " tni 'n4lia.
2niO P. M. CHICAGO AND 1ST. Loma ww^a?
Pullman Bleeping snd Dining Cars rn ai* f*g?WU
ville, and ' hi rag .. Arrive innatl invi ? J-**
Louisi T-30 P. If. Chicago 5 p m. ' 10'? *? C I
?:lo(i P. M. WESTERN EX PHI ~s-!'?n-? -
and Dining -os to i-h|. ago iad >. reuS ?flfc
Cleveland I!:!.'. A M . ?| "?? ., p i|I,**e-1 Arrlirei
7Hr. IV H. SOUTHWESTERN EYPPFqb ^Si,
neaping an Dining c?r, ,? cincinnati EtmYWEi
Arrives Ch innatl o p m ,. i.:.j;)J ti**A.f> Ling
si Louis 7 a M net .ri n n ng. ' ,0'-5 p X,
?MM P. M. PACIFIC 'V""t* TansiM a,_
cr "i Pittaburg Connect, ,? n, I?? "fl*aa
Cleveland anl T ledo egcepl Katurtay^ "** ?*
i?* ??????"? WraEl
Dining Curs), l:.*,o, ti iRlning dr) ruif ttl
night. Sui lav, ? :?., :, .s, v j; '?> .., ?.' *?? H
Limited, nil Parlor . .' Dl-lng Cars,? Vrw^TmSS
Car), 'ans. P. M., 12:15 nlghl s ?"?"??I
?lino P. M. Som ht. Runway Express, ri?|ir aa?J
i, Asheville, Tampa imd New-o,| -s i-.'t- 1*C
-i i- arin? **s
r,iel? r\ Sf' r,,'v S"! ^-.ii-''- A ''Mo tun-.
Through Sleep!nc ?? | Dining cnr? ^"Wis,
FOR OLD POfNT COMFORT ni soi POLK rle rv?
charles R'.iit'S A. M. week-dava. an! a"h T|.?S
Sleeper. ? p. M dilly iarong,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE, non A M. tall* Sl-omeo, ?
Tampa. Jacksonville, nnl Charl*st n. fl on p TaV**?
P|ee-ers to larks.,nv',le "** SBf]
FOI'. ATLANTIC r|TV ISO P. M. we.koliy. -.
Through R'lff-t Pi-' r dr. ? "*?
I' CAPE MAI'. 11-00 A M. 1 :(S> nnl 2 IO P M. m*1
.'sw "* W**
F " Long rrsn'h. Asburv p.irk. (Vrean <-,-.... .., p.^
i ?. iaant. 3 ?.. 7 tn oin ia is, , M ,:,n?B)
fSaturdays only), 2:30, .tb. S-W l 2<i Sio ann ? 1
P M, weekds' :. Pui lays a.is m.', a m. j isp'y
;, -,t Asbiry Park ar.! 0 ear Qi ,e ,,B j*
FOR PtTILADl-lLPniA.
Express: ?:20, 7 20 a ? SO v OSO CO P?r.n'? tjmH*
10:10. ll A M.. 12:30. 1. 2 10 * 4 4*0 *, ll n niT
SP. M.. 12 1* night, tundavs. i'v-.".. au aS }
I. -.0 cn Limited). 10 A. M 2. 4. 4 30. J ? Tan.
b an io is night. **? *?
i- Nm I d ''41 ' V ?' ? ? lg, R
to, ll use sn.1 ' ? .... e'4 CvT
? t ??: 4 ? ??:??. s%Lr%
? '' Ka!
kio : Station '?? - . v.?Tt?
P. M.. 12:18 night.
Tl Ofl N ? i
v -. v. 1 A
Inndt SI
i' ' ?
Stn t. It
Tr msfet .' ir.p nv ii IR rall f r ai
! ...i. .? : ?- tdi noes tl ? ? ? - '"" *a?l
S M. PREVOST ' c. Tfcvvr,
dei il Ibaager. Get ral 1 ,..?- Af^
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY
? it,
?'?fig, as.
i?. (Ta
P- M. B
Ai;
F ir -ratha. Autoi
Trslns ,e?i- stat.,ri fo'.t
Fir Ei,?- a. ivtl.l.
4 rio. 7 IV 0:10. 114. ? Ea ton. A
t !?: istoa), 4 ::o. ,*. ?-,. 7 .'lo ?
dayn n Sn 1 IS a. M l uo '? JO 8 -, :? m.
For W ????' i re, P ttatnn ind f> rant i tm n w
1 IO I SO 4 HO P M. Sar '.' - 4 *! ' M *?*
For Reading at 4 " ? s ??' ?:!0 io on lija a M
Mi l .io ?:,?!. 4 .<?> bron '. ..% T" p vt . ,;.,,\Jk
la 4 ::0 A. M. 100. 1 SO, r, ::?,. 8:00 P. m M
n'rrhf. " ?
t r H.'-'s- ?? s' stn. soo. Brio ?, jj ,.,? M
4 ... R i?. R (fl p M '2il*i r -". s ? ? y, pow ifi
? io P M 121S night *
For Sunhum t i ?? -' an and tr ?? ? rt al Itt MB
5 io A M.. 1:10 lr*>, 7 IO P M ??- I | 7 ll i nf
r. nc, p jj. "-?
j ALL RAIL ROUTE.
o'., r I. Bl ,n . 11 ?..:. . ? oSvi
For Ped Ijtank i eg Bram ? . - .tn to Foss
I ??.-.'.'. 130 CPO to R.l liar.o,. - " lojt. Ipa
A M ' 1 .'.'ii P. M. HatuMaj : 15, '1.10 lui
n Ore* iii
i
.(
4 ".
BMgBSJja
?I IS P M Fund,
A . ll:I.i A. M I .'!, 4 '?? P Nf
F r LAKEWOOD. T m.i bi-- lin .: Pim ,a
Bar negs t 4 SO, 8. IS A. M.. : - k. 4 rv. p, M
. ,
li >? ? :? Vf
F.r Mowinvairh Re-ie?,, pe-,vr'gh' nnd RtatsSsJ Bkaaa
4 to grtfl 11 SO a. M.. 1 Si I'fO e i: p J{. s:t^
' SANDY HOOK ROUTE.
FOR L".'...V h. UCLA ., .-. rx
J-rim iver a. N. ).. tool Reel . it
Lr AC,:.. HiKhUnda. 1 . . 1 . N rmaaila
! b- , .:. .Li UM
vr 4 ii, BOO, ll i?i \. M.. 1 ?- C. 4? :j
!? M. Sundays. '?' ??. li 00 a. M I un ? p ^
I'.r Blbei n. Asl i:ry Park. Oreel - ,n: oca-,
? lin ? ! .:.' I'i'i'.int ll 00 A M |:i?j .'. ll 4 Bbj jj
P Nf Bundara (except Oc-..n O . ?? . Anbarj ?v%x
f ? ? a NI 1 <nj P M ^^
I r !..,,ee. .j Tums River, and DejwesBL 4 30 A IL
I .0. S.4B P. If,
V i' v "'''.''.:'"" Bl ' ' - ! Btotjjsal
ROYAL BLUZ LINE
ro 1 .'tiLADKLiiiiv. Baltimore and wAini.'(t,
TON.
I'or Philadelphia, weeg dsya IJO, I - las), M|
II ?i (Dining cari a. m. 1 3: 8-n>, , ?i iiuafas
? - Imo, 't "U ilvmng Cari. 7 3" ? *" p M.. U.'l
night Sunday, l.3u 1-00, :iJo . Cart, AIL.
: > .'? "? ?? .?? (Din rn . ,. n pm 121!
V - Rainmore and Washing-ion, ?e k :,>- ni) nu
(Dining Carl A M. l:8n ' '?) 9 ?? ? ? -it C11
I' Nt !'.? IS nigh bun tv?. ?? -.? CM
A M.i .1" S '?, ?! 00 iDtnlng C.,.-' P M . 1: " -Ipi
T:ck< '? ar.1 [ arl ,r-i nr ae.ts n ? ?? r ?'. il I71 JB,
nts Sta, l 140 , :"?,. i - adway TJ7. 8t - si lia
llth St.. 134 Eant PJSth St. 2?4 West l.'Sh 8t. S
Cclumhi-i Av. New-York: 4 Curt ?? now r Its] S,
Brooklyn; OS Broadway Wlttta' - . rh. v.?.Ts|
T annfer c,,r-pany Till rall t t ar.d ctieik bj;t.;nfai
ho-el or renlder.ee to dentin*:! v
"WESTSHOPER.H.
Trains ;r^.. \'. it Cd ^t. Siaiion. N?w-| .* sa Hr
Rows, and M minui-n ranier ..a. tool 1 ...o.,... eLI
;t..ki a. SI. Dally. Lanai i0 Bulla In ?.-'i-u ca,
New-) jrk I, BioomviUa, Bundan eeiyi is., ks asa.
j, -i w p. Ill
7.::o A. M. Daily local to Albany, f r ,'a:s?:: M?i>
lain* ?ti.l ba.a. Ka. Lari, r ca." tc .. -.:-,t
R.ir, A. M. Dally f.r AU .nv. UH .1 s lews, P.xK>
Burratoo, N.tiiaii 1'a.is. Deli cleat*! ?"*?
. .!)? ri ': ,-oat >?
A. ll.(hi A. M. 1 ??..>?. ev -j ? i mr-S
an: Catskill M jnv 1 N-* iv..-.- : - I! r.< ut
* ,-k.. Parl carn to Bl ville ?:.; Nea fi-&
b 11.:;.- A M. Daily, escept Sunda) c.i'-k '?'. Mmb>
lalas Nen paPi leakes ..1 turka M.Miesnusa is
U:j. Karat ga Caldwell. :. Parks'asa?
ll alf ?? ?/ sp?<:*l ?
? Caukfll "fa"
:.-sank*. A>
ii.-.:t Ul
ga ...1
J.15 I*, tl. Sat ur Ja -
. a.na... M -.:. kins Pal.
1 t.| |U I'. NI. ol aol ex. eel s ? ?
: . ?? New Patti l.ak-n .M riu: ,. ?
1 ti.. .-..lal .-a. Parlor >.., . .
C-4.0*7 P M. Iiai'y. "-?ot r.v .. for AtTJaaa
r..l." V. M. I Bl.) f: .?. " 'a. SjTto
...e. 1. . ? ? -te . bu Ital .. Slagai 1 Killi, T.:?-.:?, Of
troll, 1 la ??..:? t 1 hii ag > ir. 1 ex. 1. un.
II.P.U i*. M. i'a'ly. ti.-'i - N'osturj. *>
? ?.. ^.?., H ...,, If e-- . 1.. . .- tl 'ri IS
1 my, Serat ga a: : M 1
T.48*"p. M. Dib/ exvrp: BuBday, ' r "va. SiTicaa1,
1. beater a:.1. HutTaij. C..::..? deeping Bf ki'mifilt
is.iri P SI. Da".'- re Albany, Ptl 1 - raeasa,IsjajB
ier. Rjita'..'! Niagara Fall*, Toront Dnirasn (??*?>
lai 1. , Icaga ai dst. I ^^ _,.J.
A R. c b.n s Rrooklyn by Annes: Ab>", BiOsJ
a tr. C.". is) ,. m . Jtr?e> City. P. lt R tUU ". AW?
Bl 20, ' '? '- ? iv rn
K r t: ks ? rabl?s, parlor sri n.eo,p:r.|srnJ'**?
cot-imodatlona apply elli Bl ?? ? ? ?; int sf*
- Time tab>n .,: iga! he!**
I'cr other Info: iv Kl sd.!
C. fc". LAMBERT ???
B V
tera P
rer Atnt.
N'r* Y?A
N. Y., ONTARIO & WESTERN B'Y.
Tiaiaa 1leave 1 1 el eVeai mvi-.b a., Mi ?>. MsssssTJ
<a .-. tri . 1 ? BU .iiu-al. .,??.
.... , .r.., , .,._?,.11 1 .... . ? sal rtm
1 -
1 tiinniii, L, * WA M-*
lld Wal.aili Valley SUI! ? * ' ' *7
s.uig. I.:..:.. ..-. 1 ... - ^:C:.-i.
in, 11 11 alton, Delhi Kidney. !
- in 1 Pullnkan b-awtng-R
wa*-. Kew fork.
Oeneral Ra aw mei Age
?nt
,? ,t in BrasV
? C." FBJO*
.; Searai B . S. ??
ERIE LINES.
lah ira : 1 I 1 1 ?*"_,'me
IIM'AI, TIMK TABLE. TICKETS INP ',.,!' lt
- 11 Sill, 27.'t 40: ',' \,?
Chambers ai ,1 \\ " - ?? '? "&>?*%
York; SSA Fulton ai . Rr ktvn: 2iSl ll - ' *'?? ' .ra*
and Jeraej Cit) fl ulon Bri* Tra ' [TTintm
and checks baa-gag-* tn.rr. h..tels and r.---f.'?
nation. - ?
1:19 '.(.m. n is. -1 ??. -o .a. u.i.' v- "??
a in . 1 :???. 4 isl p. iii. -j A*MtlT
Sunday Hains do nat Blop at dean i,rora n~
piW
?Denotes express trnln*. , a, R. R
RI'Cl'S BLODOETT, fup't N T *?I', nWlN.,
J R. WOOD. kt. , ^VB of N-*
O. P. A . Penna. RR. O. P A 1 . R ? "? _^-~

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