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SEEKING STATISTICS ON DIVORCE.
Officials from Census Bureau, Make Demands
2 on County Courthouse.
The County Courthoute wot invaded yesterday
morning- by a force of twenty- young women and
six clerks from the Department of Commerce and
Labor. Bureau of th*» Census, under the charge of
William H. Jarvis. for the purpose of compiling
etatiMir. as to divorce during; a period of twenty
yesrs from the present date. The object of the
Census Bureau is to make returns as to the num
ber of divorc" and *eparatlon suits brought
throughout the country durin? that time, with a
view- to (>ubniitt!nß it to 4'ongress in support of
federal lesi«latlon in such cases. :'. vV','-;
A list of eighteen questions »as submitted. As
during; th*- last ten years it has been the practice,
Of the cou«f to direct that all papers in divorce
eultF should be pealed against inspection, a ques
tion has been rr:is<><l as to whether the employes
of the Census Bureau have the right to open the
papers an«i make an abstract of the contents.
Once opened, it is (aid. the papers could not be re
»«al#«d. and the result may be that the light or
publicity may be thrown on many cases which
have been liiihf-rto kept secret.
8. L. BREEZE HAD UNREGISTERED AUTO.
Sidney I, Brrocp. of Southampton, I/^nR Island.
ton of James 1,. Breea*. was hold in 11^ bail' for
trial In th«» Tombs, court yesterday. on the <-hargr«»
Of running an unrest *r<-d automobile.
Excursion*. ■
(J^tnP_E3Ur^^Tt . ), ''^ '," ■ n -i ir^^ssßsSlsß— 0
The- <„•,'.■• They Canaot Sink!
All tlckrt* Include admission to
DREAMLAND, CONEY ISLAND.
th« Greatest Amusement Enterprise in the World.
TIME TABI.K (SIIMECT TO CHANGE):
Leave foot K9th St.. North River. 9:45. 11:00 A. M.;
1?:3«. 2:00. ..... 4::. O. 7:45 P. M. »- ." , '
X^eave foot of :Sd Si North River. 9:00. J>:4s. in.3».
11:15 A. M.: 1? if, M.. 1:1*. ?:•%. 2:45. J:«5, 4:30,
6:XO. «:15. 7:00. 7 «:•. K:3O. 9:10 p. M
L»a>e Pier 1. N. R.. half hour later than at -J3d St.
Returning — Leave Iron Pier. Coney Island. •10:40.
•11:*5 A. M.; 12:J«. •!;::>:.. •!:••. 5:55. 3:40. 4:15.
•5:58. r.:i". -7 •■■. : a. *K:4O »-.2*. *10:J»<. 10:4SP. m.
Returning from < v.r.ev Island trips marked with a • go
to i:»:h St.. North River.
Round Trip Ticket*. S5 <>■*«.
Round Trip Tirke4«. 1291h St.. 45 On!-.
STEAMER TAIRIS makes trips F.VERV DAY to
n«HIN<i BANKS. Leave F. 31st St. 7:xo A. M.:
Pier .New I No. I. N. R . « !« A. M. Bait and tackle on
board. Gentlemen. tie . Ladies. ;.oc. . Children. The.
TO-DAY'S TIME TABLE.
STEAMER GRAND REPUBLIC
ROCKAWAY BEACH
\l/r. f»»»t 15? th 6t.". N. P. »:IS. •:•• A. M.: 15:1" P. M.
Lv foot lid Pt.. N. R. '.'.-• 10:00 A. M.; 1:3" P. M.
Lv. Pier (New 1 No I. N. R.. »:»». 10:40 A. M.; 2:M P. M.
L- Tonkers 8:15 A. M. Tuesday and Friday.
Lv. Rockaway Bea>-h l! M A. M.; &:•#.. C:3O P. M.
Round Trip Tlrket*. SO <■(«. Children. 25 eta.
Include admission to Steeplechase Park at Rocluiway.
":»::.,'.:■ Long Island Sound
VflDU,*t"U I IMC " Mondays only, steamer lv*. Pier
HUr It Him LIHt. 4". x r. to**: ft c. 22d ».. 10:43
A. M.; for New London, connecting then for Norwich.
Narra Pier. Newport. Pro*-.. Boston, etc. New London
E*c. Tkts %2 Wi good returninr same or next night; pood
ret. by rail Fame day. due N. Y. 11:00 P. M.. 13.60.
LT« UiUCH 1 1IIC Slr - I{Kn iv.lt. *"" toy: Iv» Pier
■a."! wJitLsl LIRC. *i. c. r.. zat,-. Pier 70. E. R. ft.
E. £24 St.. :::(«• P. M ; return. Ivs New Haven 12.4." right
funua>>: Leave Pier JO. E. R.. 9:30 A. M foot Hast 221
ft . J<i:<a» A. M return i-» New York *:45 P. M. E«e.
Tktt.. week da>s. $1.25; jroo.l 2 days. Eun. Ei.' Tkt«. 31.
tIinCFPfIRT I IMF W> «H **>*■ Strs. lie. Pier 20. EL r
BRIUbLrUnI U.lt. 11. -00 a m and a m P. M. (Eats.. a
F. M). Alt. boat lv». ft. E. 224 it. 3:30 •Bats . 2-^0).
Ret he Bri<!geport s.-O"» A M. end 12:0<'> night (except
£au ). gun* : U* ':':<- ->•>. E. R . .">>*«. ft.E. T2<\ St.. 3:30
P. M.: lye. Bridgeport SO) a. M. and 12:00 night. Fare
£0 cents each a ay, troing by steamer, return by rail. $160.
tHAItMIM, NM.ar TRIPS by steamer* of the Fall
River. Providence «n.i New Bedford lines. Descriptive
folder on sppl! Bt >a Address Daylight Trips. P. O.
Bex 482. N. » York.
L/ *1 M<\ S-4 Special train from ioot
' t. laV M Special train from foot
•ft S4 S I West 23d St. 8:ros. tr..;
S-i* as,M.Ik.JL-i Liberty St. 8:30 a. tn.
{■HOPATCOXG
tS I NEW JERSEY I AUG.
1 CENTRAL 19
GHABSSING "EXCURSIONS
WEST POINT. NEWBURGH AND PO'KEcPSIn
Dally XC e;t Sunaay>, by Palace Iron Day Lire
Eteaniers "New Yotk" and "Albany." Brooklyn Fulton
ft. «by Annex». *; Deatbroaaea St.. S-.40- W 42d' St »•
W. 12V«th St.. '.' 2<t A. M. Returnltig on down boaY'dja
42d tt. 5:30 P. M.
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
~~ROSKAWAY BEACH
LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. „■
I Leave New York, foot Eaat r.4th street. week /lavs 5.30.
«.f». >•»). »20. 10 30. 10.50. II IM» a. m.. 12.50. •! 20. 1 50
2-89. "300. 3 20. 4 30. 5 2". 5 30. 6 40. 7 20. S.OO. 0.00,
•fi%o. iO3op m.. 12 <»0 midnight.
■iluns on Satuidaye only.
RED BAIVK L.IIVE
Leaves Franklin et.. Pier 24. N. R.. daily. 3 p. in.
Cunaa>-e. » a. m. only for Highlands. Red Bank, etc.
B»c. Site Tr<.!ie> connection to Long Uranch. A*bur>' Pars.
FOR SALE.
FBEFH FVLLIVAV COUNTY EGGS the
cases of 12 dozen or more: this week. 2ftc
•ioren; 40- flepofeit for rif* retnm of case
by express company frfe; terr : «, can;, with
oi-Vr, send $3 52 for 12 doretl trial order;
price ««bject to ch»nc» without notice.
WILLIAM g. GALI/iWAV. Hnnkin*. Fulll-
Ttn County. N>» York.
' _ EStTLOTMENT ACENrtES.
MRS. L. SEELY
Employment Bureau.
23 West 39th St.
- ..- 'Phones 2434. 2435— Bryant.
BROOKLYN OFFICE: 34 NCVINS ST.
"ST. ~R*t<tvsiqv e WZ
EMPLOYMENT RIP-EAT".
211 F-»*t 426 at."— First rlaaa •i'.nie« i ■« are:
aupf»lie<3: also manaclntt hou«ekeeyer«, mai
irons coverre»se«. fuTnrf. {■• ■ t
MACHINERY.
""*"" ' *" ' " i
AT REmrCBD PRICE? —.'.Oft occonil hand i
■mod and :rrr working machines, fully i
ruaran'eed; me<*lnery bought aiSI ex- j
changed CEO, B . EDDY.- T.-M M*d!»?r. St.
ttrtwainxc
TTPBWRITErS —All make* soM. rented.
repaired, *-xc?i2need: r^ieM» »er\ ice
GORMAN. 7i N'tuug st. Telephone :t44
Corti-.ndt.
, HIST
BANKBOOK No 137.234 of the rni'.n Plm»
Pa l>ig>- IneUtutl) n is mnlnf An\ per-
Boa havir* a ciaiiii to !t f<< hereby called
upon U> present 'he fa:ne «:?hin ten <3sys
er eubmit to levins eaio panbook cancelled
and a r'» ore feraed.
BANKBOOK No *CtJtS7 of it« L*nl«a l>im»
Savinrs Instlfui'^Tj Is ni!*i"!njr Any t*-t -
•on having a tiadii \<, It \r beretoy cal.fl
yron to preaent the fan:*> within ten <Ja>e
i/r Buhn-.!t to baring sa;d pgobooii cancelled
•nd a ■»• m* !«fuml.
LOST. — Bankbook Vo. 4.'.*.:U"4 on Dry Dock
Savlnßi" rieotc. Any person having rlafnts
upcn «?.id book i* called ur^>n to present
the sa.ne to |li, hank within 'hlrtj ''ajR.
or the m M )«,. - wiil i- declared cani'*|]<-<i
and < xt!ri).-'Jli-i.- <- and a new- one l*Mie<J In
lieu tlirrtof.
I»ST — liar.kt. *.k No. H72.4K1 Hank for
Bavin**. 'JHi 4th «v<-.. N>« for>; I»BJ
tneet starved: pleaae return l«i'>k to l.auk.
I/-ST.— Har.kli.^.u •■ 764.7 m. .Hunk for
Ravlngr. -^j. 40, ay... N>w York; pay
n.ent > t..r> t '■■ •i- »>■ r'tum !-. U to t*r.i«.
I**/;* KKSTAI RANTS.
CAFE MCIcTII' 1 * «-'«• Under caw
*<.t\TS HASTED
Summer Resort*.
NF.W-JT.HSET
HOTEL DENNIS,
•.-;-. ATLANTIC CITY, >". J.
Open all the year.
Fireproof addition of 100
Rooms and baths. ' ..
Hot and ■■>!< tea. «»■•' In private bath*.
; . . . WALTER J. BL-ZBT.
GALEN HALL
.■-•■- HOTB^ AND PANITORII'M.
. . ATLANTIC CITY. K. J.
One of the n«wert brick, stone and steel buildings. wltß
every- comfort, a'.-raya open, always ready, always busy.
{IDarlborousb=S?lenMm
" ATLANTIC CITY. >'■ J.
WOTTT "PrmnTT Atlantic City. N. J.
tLVILL KUUUIJ, .Directly on the Beach.
Capiclt.r. LOOO. American and European plant*. Sea
water baths; private 'phones: orchestra.
CHAB. R. MYERS. Owner.
ASBURY PARK. N.J.
THE RESORT FOR PEOPLE
OF REFINEMENT.
y« coast resort p" "■*■"» the many advantages of As
bury Park, superb driveways, beautiful shade trees: wen
kept lawns, extending almost to the ocean's edse. noara
walk finished to Deal Lake; the great educational ■*onven
tien city: large m.-Klern hotels, complete In their appoint
ment* acd attractive In location: the beautiful lakes are
moat attractive for sailing and fishing
ABSOLUTELY NO MOSQUITOES
For particulars address BOARD OF TRADE. ASBURY
PARK, N.J. ; ~.. .
THE NEW MONMQUTIi
SPRING LAKE BEACH. N. J.
NOW OPEN.
Rtriing. nrtvinc: Autnmohlllns:.
Tcnni? Golf. «'anr>elng. Bathing.
FRANK K. SHITE. Manager.
SOMERSET INN
AND EIGHT COTTAOF.S. BF.ftNARDSVILLE. N. 3
88 miles from New Tork. on Lackawanna R R . via w.
SSd. Christopher or Barclay Pt Ferry. Altitude. SOO feet.
Opens May 19 BEN'J. R. PHBLPS, Manage!
Telephone ~8. Bernardsvllle.
T^LBERON. V. J.— TOWERS COURT, new. strictly high
Jlr class, reflr.efi family nome. with cottages snd bunga
lows: American and Europe»n plan; no oih«r place like !t
on any coast. Booklets.
A TVD"R Pi OCEAN GROVE. N. J. Main aye.,
Jinairunw, Brd door from ocean. Good table.
Reasonable; 80 rooms. A. TV. LVMAN.
NEW HAMPSHIRE,
THE WAUMBEK
AND COTTAGKS
At Jefferson. New Hampshire. In the White Mountains,
now open for the Summer reason.
A. J. MURPHY. Manager.
CONNECTICUT.
EDGE WOOD INN
EDGEWOOD PARK.
GREENWICH (ON THE SOUND). CONlf.
Beautifully located resort hotel. Select patronage. I*o
room* en suite, with baths and all mod-ra appointments.
Careful service In pll departments. Casino. Golf. Tennis,
Bowling. Riding and Driving. Superior table and auto
quartets. Well kept walks and drives. In a picturesque
country. 45 minutes from New York \la New Haven
R. R.
-■■:• ■■•' D P. SIMPSON. Manager.
••>'.. Mgr. Laurel Hou*e. lakewood. N. J.
rENXSYLVAXIA.
THE KITTATINNV.
DELAWARE WATER GAP. PA.
The PiiradlM of America. Capacity, 400. Open from
Mar till November. 2H houra from New York via Dela
ware ft Idtckawanna B H . without change of cars Auto
garage. Write for special rates and Illustrated 1 booklet.
CHARLES E COPK.
Country Board.
A. — SARATOGA SPRINGS. K. V.— New Columbian
Hotel, opposite Congress Springs and Convention
Hall. Terms. European. $2.50 dally, . Including bath;
American. IS. Bo . ...-..'.
City Hotels.
1— ELEOAMTLY FFRNISHED APARTMENT. prT
• vate bath. II Oft daily; Including meals two t's
weekly; one. 111.50 VAN HENBSELAER. 17 East 11th
Saratoga.
V —SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. T— New Columbian
■*»-• Hotel, opposite Congress Springs and Convention
Hall. Terms. European. $2.50 daily. Including bath
American. $3.50.
A DVERTISEMENTf! AND SUBSCRIPTIONS for The
*X Tribune received at their I'ptown Office No 1164
Broadway, between 3oth and S7th sts.. until » o'clock p. m
Advertisements received at the following branch offices at
regular office rates until fl o'clock p m . via : 204 .Sth
ave-. s. c cor 23d St.: 153 6th «v», cor. 12th *t • V 2 East
14th st . 267 West 42d « • between 7th and Sth ayes.;
*» West 12T.th St.; ins 3d aye. between 76th and 77th
sts : 1026 3d aye.. near 6l*t St.; 170* Ist aye.. near 69th
St.: 187 E&st 12.1 th st 7f»fl Tremont aye. 650 3d aye
near 41st at.; 554 3d aye.: 21>> Bleecker st
HELP WANTED.
Male.
■WANTED. Young man as travelling
falefman and assistant in publishing
Vouse; collejre graduate preferred: good
appearance; willing to work for moderate
salary for two or three year*, until gaining
a firm foothoH in and full rapacity as
salesman in this line of business; appli
cant would be required to be moderate In
travelling expenjes. and to be of first class
habits a. jd antecedents. Address, stating
ape. with experience and references, PUB
LISHING. Box .V). Tribune Office.
WANTED- A thoroughly competent book
keeper; handwriting must be superb; ref
erences unexceptionable; state salary, ex
pec-ted EXACTING. Tribune Uptown of
fice. lSft4 Broadway.
Female. :
COOKP. chambermaids nnd genera' house
workers; positive]? no charge for obtain-
Ing wr.rk during summer months. SWART
F.MP. BUREAU. 70th at. and Celumbu* ave.
WORK WANTED.
;':/■' , ; - .m«i«. ••* ' •.:
AUTOMOBILE ENGlNEEß,— Gentleicin;
six yean ' 'rperien<-.-. full A; <' G. P 1
certificate*; assistant . manager or »nlcsman
in garage, or would look afi<r y'tud; well up
in repairs and .ill English and Continental
cars, exvellent driver. GREY. Port Carlin,
Murkjka. Ontario. .
A SOUTH AMERICAN GENTLEMAN.
■peaking, reading and writing English
and .-vanis'i l.uentiy, with office experi
ence, wishes place. . PALOTES, ' West
•Win st. - '.
A I*OL'TH AMERICAN GENTLEMAN. BC
•i.ilnted with the principal cities of South
America mid W«t Indie*, »!«he« to ravel
with tourists or oihtr persons as a guide
(Uid Interpreter of i:.-i«-li*h and Spanish
lancua|r«s.' Address VEKEPAIMA, 104
«'«« «14»h ft.
M KHII'PINC CL.KRK: 10 yearn' ejperl
er.rf-. can furnish good referenres; mar
ried G. W.. car* of Wright House. Bath
Heach. NT . . ■ - . .
TOY — Aped IS; where he can advance him
self. JOHN CARKS.SKL. SftO V. ,77th St.
BOT. 13. to learn any Rood trade. DAVID
UKDkUK, OS Grand View aye., ITklyn.
BOY. 14. as offlce or errand boy. "13 Ist a y -
J A PANES* BUSINESS MAN. well edu
cated. 18 years' good experience in
wholesale Japanese ■ merchandise, seeks
situation with American firm; ralary $tS
weekly and commission. ORIENT. Trib
une Uptown Offlce. 1.164 Broadway.
CIVIL ENGINEERS.— Twov youn« men.
r.-'iman and axnian; bicn school otudents;
loratr with W*i.u--ij railroad: chan.e of i..l
imaccfweot; etate. salary COOK. 119 "Vest
H (2.1 at. • -. •
CARPENTER. — #>*«' an.l ambitious; good
mechanic] underntands plans and the
handling of ""-"; «• «up«-rli:tenU«nt or ffire
ii.aj.; uufi ** H.. »5O 3d ay. -_
CHAUFFEUR^ employed at ' nje«.-nt on
four i-ytt»4*r Uiurlng tar. would Ilk*
c«u/»uy i>asUloo; rohtr a "'' thoroughly «-i
[inlt-ciced: !.<•«• t*frf«-ncri from present «m •
ployor. «*• A. *!.. Tribune Uptown Offlce,
ia«4 Uii4t4w»>
«"UArFFEITR.--I*seful man: aoU-r. rel:*-
Mr can run four tyllndtr I*l ni>i ■•i»i«
r«pa.iW: Utt i«-ferer.cts. IVAl: HAK'ii.i.;..
l'Jl Bedfori av'.. Brooklyn.
■■HAiirr.i !: Thr^<» yesr»' e»r>eriene«;
thorouzhly iM.Jarafßiii ar^rating and m
j.ainng any for*lfn or gomeatlc eh.'; 'uglily
i-6ccmuien<J<.'l (•' la« cmiilj>*x. BtR'jEN.
M Lci.lE4tCn S.V*.
NEW-YORK DATT.Y TRTRFNE. TTT.SPAY. AT'OT'ST 11. innfi
MORLEY'S
i|, l!»- 11.-url i.f t!.P
\!>li;->M> \< 1^-
Two larrr? hotels and cottanes. overlooMna: two of tlis
most beautirnl lr.kes In the region. One hotel lust built.
AI! new furniture. Trout fishing, boating, bathlne. bowi
taiß. pool, tennis, orchestra, house phy&lclan. San.tary
nlumhlnc;. Pure spring water. So putmonarv lnvalt<l«.
Mnlerate ratf?. Reduction In Septembrr. Artistic a'»-lo«ue.a'»
lo«ue. IIOBLETS. I^ke Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. ». »•
T|Jr ADIRONDACKS. "
1 RC ElizaLethtown, H. Y.
US BsU nOf^D I One of tna taf**** and flnMt
If 111 II OH 5l v tel « In the mountains; fine lo
fll"UWUI1: cation: electric ll.ht; private
baths: pure running sprln«'water; rwlmmins pool: milk
and vegetables from Windsor farm and ■rardena^orcriratra.
moderate prices. FIXIJ GOLF LINKS. For booklet ad-
C ' ORLANDO KELLOGO & SON, Props.
MANHATTAN BEACH
See Sunday Excursion Column for .train service;
week days, all evening papers of New York.
MANHATTAN 'EACH HOTEL
T. F. SILLECK, Manager.
THL ORIENTAL HOTEL
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager.
-BKIARCMFF MANOR. NEW YORK.
BRIARCLIFF LODGE
flag Hotel Beautiful of the Westchester Hills
NOW OPEN
Brtareliff Manor, less than thirty miles from
New York, is one of the most exclusive and at
tractive residential and hotel resorts of the
Westchester Hills section.
D. B. PUJMER.
General Manager Hotel and Realty Interests.
HOTEL
G AMAT Aft
Bronxville, Westchester Co., N. Y.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
The most delightful health and pleasure resort near
New York. Refined and exclusive patronage. Harlem
Division. N. Y. Central 30 mm.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. Props.
Also j Garden City Hotel. Garden Ctty. i. I.
Props. 1 Mai haset House. Shelter ls!?nd. L. I.
WATCHOGL'E HbUSE. East Moriches. — Situated dl-
VY r«:tly on Gleat south Hay; kooU table; iaiac i'iaz
•u and kUady lawns. uI'KNS JULY 1.
E. H. TERRY. Manager.
\ SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. T. -New Columbian
• Hotel, opposite Congress Springs ar.'l Convention
Hall. Terms. European. $2.50 daily. Including bath;
American. IS.iin.
/ IRVSTAI, LAKE HOITSE, Kr.ep.it. 1,. I.: fi
" family hotel, boating, l>athing. llshins. et. . E. P.
FROfT.' PTopr
— BLEGANTLT FURNISHED APARTMENT, prl
. vato bath. $1.00 dally; Jncludinjr meals, two. J2r,
weekly ; one. j112..-»n VAN RTCNSSEI. \ KR. IT Kast 11th.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. FltzEeralrt. a Surrogate of the County of
New York, dated June ISth. IS>o''., notice Is hereby given
to nil persons having claims against Edith Parker Stlm
son. late of the County of New York, deceased, to present
the same with vouchers thereof to the subscribers, at their
place of transacting business. No. 4» Wall Street, in the
City of New York, on or before the tenth day of January
n< Dated New York, the 2d day of July. 1906.
ARTHT-R H. MASTEN. WILLARD PARKER BUTLER.
ExecutOßß.
MASTEN & NICHOLS. Attorneys for Executors, 48 Wall
Street. New York City.
TX PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF HON.
.*■ Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th» County of
New York, no;ic* is hereby given to all persons naving
claims against Eugene K. McLvan. late nf the County of
New York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, at his place of tran»actlng
business at the office of Phelps. E\ ins & East. No. 3u
Broad Street. In the City of New York, on or before the
15th day of September next.
Dated New York, the 3tii day of March. 190« l.
EL'QENE UcLKAN I»NG. Executor
PHELPS. EVINS & EAST. Attorneys for Executor.
TN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF HON.
■*■ Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
against John A McCall. Ute of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to the
subscriber at her plact of transacting busin«s.«. No. 41
Wall Street in the City of New York, on or before the
57th <iay of September next.
I>at»»] Sew York, tfee lttth day cf March. 1908.
MARY I. McCALL, Executrix under the list Will and
Testament of John A. McCall, ieceusod.
HARRY H BOTTOMK. 41 Wall S'.eet, Boruugh of Man
hattan. New York City.
TX PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fltgerald. a Surrogate of the County of
New York, notice is r.«»r«l y given to all persons having
claims agair.wt Rob^t M. Hazard, late or East Orange.
New Jersey, dccc?-.,/!, to present the same, with voucher*
tlereof. to the rubscrtber at his place of transacting busi
ness, the office of George J. Greenfield, 32 Broadway, in
the City of New York, on or before the IMb day of Octo
ber next.
Dated New York, the 14th day of April IJKXS.
CHARLES HAZARD. Executor.
TX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Abr.er C. Thomas, c. (Surrogate of the County of New
York notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
against John Fit t rl -a late of the County of New York.
deceased. to present the nme with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, at
the office of FV.wa»-U D. Dowllng. his attorney No. 28u
Broadway, in the City of New York, on or before the 14t!j
day of September next
Dated New York, the 12th day of March. 1'.»06
MICHAEL F. FITZPATKICK. Executor
EDWARD D. DOWLING. Attorney for Executor, 280
Broad-war. Borough of Manhattan. New York city.
WORK WANTED.
Male.
CHAUFFEUR.— Long exrertcr.ee road
work: mechanic; bar. own tools; prefers
car going South for winter: good guide.
Georgia and Florida. J. V HOLMES, 2S.">
St Nicholas aye. %
CHAUFFEUR. COACHMAN. —Licensed:
careful driver: age "4; married; best ref
erences; good repairer; sober, obliging. F.
FARLEY. 71 William St.. Orange. N. J.
DRUGGIST, registered: American pro
scriptions preferred. THOMAS. 315 West
ÜBth st.
DRIVER. --Experienced; at anything. WM.
IGOL. r,42 West 53th St. ' •
DRAFTSMAN*. Extra work; mechanical
drafting and patent office drawing!
BROWNE. 328 East 2«th »t.
ENGlNEEß.— ''aieful. reliable and in
dustrlouF: long experience; best refer
ences. T. O'BRIEN. .".Oft West 3Sth st
ELECTRICIAN.'— First clans, all around
mechanic: seven years' experience; steady
postttnn; sober and steady: Al references.
JAMES P. BRADLEY. Bf»4 Avenue <■
Bprn.k4>Ti..
ELE'"TRI< - IAN. 20 years' experience every
brunch of the business, as foreman or
Journeyman* no objection to out of town.
J. JI. S . ft« East 13Sth st.
ELECTRICIAN'S HELPER; $1 day.
HELERGON. care of MacMahon, 137 East
S3d St., two flißhts Up
FOREMAN.— Licensed eight years; handy
with tools; younp. active; run ventilating
;>:ant F»ven years. Call or write. CHARLES
WEBSTER. 351 Beat lir-th st
JITST arrived from Cuba, practical steam
fitter and ice machinist; best of refer
enres. desires immediate position; colored
WILLIAM H. «;iBRS. 240 West 80th »l.
MACHINIST —Bench work; first class. 24
yearn old: seven years' experience; salary
30 cents pel hour. A. SIMON?. 324 South
Main ft . Waterbury. Conn.
MAN. Middle aped; moderate salary; no
(anvatielnjs: well read: fluent talker; good
addres?: first rl i: -> writer. R. J , 1727
Washington aye . Bronx.
PAINTER. — First cla»s: would like to con
tract for work In a private house; act an
caretaker; satl»fn -fry reference*. AN
DERSON, care Norman. 2791 Sth aye.
F'HOTOORAI'IIi<K. — Exivrlenced In uli
Lranche*: owner of two valuable cameras;
Hiruks French an.l <lirman. M KRIZA
.NoU'.-Kl. 214 West 14!h ft.
PAINTEH, paiierhanfier. decorator: tnka
charg* and reapunalble; any Job; city or
country. 11l East 41»t >t.
PAINTER. pap«rhi»ni{er, decorator; firi-t
rli^'-. irltfi itcaffoMa; larijf> contract*;
Inwext figure; private, hotels, estates, land
lards; day .r Job. UUVUFELd) 2"JS East
;>{wh at.
SITPJCKINTKNDKNT. - Ky German. 37 sin
u'.9.*Ko<i<l faMiit-r. amrdrnei In vpei t«r
eatata work: nlft-tiem i*ffrrerit*a. Addr«si
M . care Utrpeixei » Bureau, 154 Oih me
BTABLEMAN.— PIrat class; four yean.' i>f
• ••..<• from la*t employer. Addrca* M
l/i ■»!.!: *""..•. Pacific st . Brooklyn
SHIPPING i'I.KIUv First clasH; .ie«!rcs
to fhsjise; best refaren ci Address ii
KUTTH. iM 4th aie. Brooklyn.
STF.AMFITTER and ICE BNUINKEH
r.'ai iii-hI; iust arrived from Cuba: ■■■] •
„fM, wishes pUce a! oucq. Yt'lLLlAil
GIBBS. ,*«* C*— — -
Summer Resorts.
Surrogate Notices.
WOKK WANTED.
Male.
TAIL°R. — Experienced custom cutter: able
to fill any position; references; in or out
of town. J. BERARDELL.T. t*4 East
188 th st.
VARNISH MAKER Experienced In all
branches: In or ou: of \vn F. GIBSEi
1600 Greene aye.. Brooklyn.
WATCHMAN or CARETAKER f«r one or
more houses: German, middle aged; hon
est and thorough; reference and security
Rl\en. HOLT. 151 Kast «th ft
WATCHMAN Man as night watchman; 3
years in last place; best of references.
GEORGE WALTERS, 168 East tuith St.
TOUNO MAN. IS years of ace. good writer.
desires i" sit lon of advancement with good
house; rood reference. HAROLD BCHAF
FER, 7'H> East 14Sth st.
YOUNG MAN. 25. college graduate, two
years' business experience, desires to go
Weal f"r reputable firm; will start with
reasonable terms. F. H., 2.".S Packman St..
Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN, good all around: under
stands cows, horses: can wait table; will-
Ing end i-.hllgin*; city or country. MOR
ROWS BUREAU. 721 Islington aye..
fSth St.
YOUNG MaN Aged 2!: good appear
ance, steady, reliable; pocltlon with good
prospects; salary to start. $10 to $11. ref
erence. CHARLES KRAI'S, 511 3d pve.
YOUNG MAN. 21. with chance of advance
ment: lr,:-;.'.. or outside. Address AD
VANCEMENT. 410 Franklin nvo. Brooklyn.
YOUNG MAN.— Aged -J». neat, reliable: at
anything; references; reconnnend 1 Ad
dress J. ot.. Box !). Tribune Office
VOr.M; MAN", French. hlKh school gradu
ate; some English , s:^aks anil writes
'}r««k Turkish. Aral, lan. hotel <r ;,nv
where. TABIB. r,7 Wiirhinßton pt.
Female.
GOVERNESS.— Hy college enduat*: or as
companion or social secretary: excellent
reader; musical: would travel; highest ref
erences. AcLlrns F. \V.. Box 172, West
wood, N. J.
GOVERNESS. Ac —For maid, gownesa,
lady's cotnrjanion. Interpreter, lady and
daiiKhter. knowing French. Spanish offer
their services. -Apply to L. de P.. 2OS West
lOth at.
TYPEWRITER as office assistant: one
veir's ■ ;;i>erlenre. nil! Park aye.. IJ'klyn.
OOHKSTIC SITVATIOMB WANTED.
Male.
ATTENDANT. — Companion t<> ;in Invalid,
experienced, educated, gentlemanly; ae
ruMomed to tra\»-l. Niiv York references.
ORAHAM, fit I.exlnjrr.n aye
]:;ti.j.i; Valet ; Bwlia; ilnele; long cx
i» rloii ■<■: city or country; i!r-i class It]
references JOHN. :'.'■'! l-'.i-s! ;u».t it.
BUTLER -- Thorough i«rvanl exreHrnt
references; willing, obliging, mrlrtly if
llal.lt. .vm!i..-k 11 . M , Tribviin I,'jitown
i ,[•■ • i::-;i Bi . Iwaj
ADVERTISEMENTS an.l subscription a tor
n.. Tribune t< - ■-!■! ■ v.l at their iJptuw;
<,!!...• No. 1.ir.4 Broadway, between ,tt,;.
»n ! ..'■ »tn.. until It a dock p. mi Advrr
tliementi rei-eivpii at the fallowing Bran i
'ifflc«f .•t regular office rates until «i a cioca
i' m.. viz : 2.'4 Mh aye.. » c cor. I'M at.;
1.'." urn ai* . cor. 12th II . V 2 Ka«t nth at.;
r.'.T Vrm 42<1 m.. between 7tli and Htn avn. -
2*."! Weal rjftth it . 13.18 3d avf.. uei*»en
;<llh aM "7th Mi., ln^'i 3d aw. near list
•t. : 170* ]«t me near SOtti at.; IS? East
...».■- ■•-» «jj Ti.-.ir-nt ava. . 090 M tv«.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WANTED.
COOK.— Southern colored man In small
hotel, private family or club; good l recom
mendations. A JOHNSON. 123 XV. I34th st.
CARF.TAKER- German, aged r,% married,
three adults; care rf houses and fur
naces; refetenecs. Address F. L., 263 West
123 th st.
COACHMAN— Good references; »^' ft ß°
four and five years from former places ,
can drive four; aped »'».. ■' J. I- Tr.bune
Uptown Offlce, 1364 Broadway.
COACHMAN. — First class; understands
thoroughly management or privata «tat>ie;
perv>nal references as tr> ability, sobriety.
honesty; willing, useful. COMPETENT.
Box 64, Tribune Uptown Ostca, 13U4
Broadway.
COACHMAN. — thoroughly under
stands c»re of horses, earring**, harness:
leaving on account of family selltn? out;
twelve years' reference from preset*", em
ployer, "call or «(!•!> ess present employer,
PRIVATE STABLE, 114 East_«Cth at
COACHMAN.— By American: married, no
children; understands city and country
driving- 2** years' experience; reference.
Address M.. Box 182. Weth«T»tlPl.l. Conn.
COACHMAN. — By first class man: best
reference; experienced in riding and driv
ing: city or country. JOHN, care of J. B.
Brewster, 40th st. and 7th aye.
COACHMAN— By a very neat, tidy, smooth
faced young man; takes, best nrc of
horses harness, carriages, etc . careful
driver; generally useful; excellent refer-,
ence. WILLIS, at Carpenter's. 154 Bth aye.
COACHMAN.— First class. 31. married,
neat appearance: 12 years' European and
American experience, four in hand or tan
dem; highest perfona! city references: per
manent: country. COACHMAN. 157 Mil
st., Brooklyn.
FARMER i Foreman*. —Good worker; Amer
ican; has served years at the . business;
experienced in all work: horses, cattle,
pigs: all stock and machinery; ex.-. licnt
herdsman; forty cows nt present: nsed to
boarding and hanfWnK help: successful
with poultry; strictly sober nr.d best ,-,fer
ences. G. C. Carpenter's Bureau, IS I 6U»
aye.
FARMER (Working Foreman).— By a Her
man; best reference; married, four chil
dren; long experience in all branches farm
.lng. machinery. »tc. ; wife hoard help.
poultry, etc. PAUL at Carpenter's Bureau.
154 6th five
GARDENEB.— Married, no children; thor
oufrlily expprl»> ceri In care of Bowers,
roses, carnations, chrysanthemums, palms.
Braperifs. shrubbery, fruit, vegetablea; take
charge of gentlenian's I'iace; ro.^u refer
ences. PAUL HAESSIG. .New Rochelle,
X. V
GARDENER (Head, Working).— Thorough,
practical experience in all branches of
the profession; hothouses, fruit and veg
etables, landscaping all work in conn«-t!or.
with large place. Address D. XI.. 27 Phoenix
aye.. Morristown. N. J.
GARDENER.— German. single, middle
aged; good vegetable grower; quit" a
florist; small greenhouse; can milk; well
recommended; strictly sober. JOSEPH.
Carpenter's Bureau. 154 Bth aye.
GARDENER.— By German, married, no
children; long experience In every branch,
glass, etc. fine vegetable grower; reliable
man every way: wants a cottage : wife
board Delp, poultry, etc. J.. at Carpenter's
Bureau. I.VJ 6th aye.
GARDENER, COACHMAN. Steady, re
liable m.-in. middle aged. single. thor
oughly understands vegetables. (lowers,
lawns, milk, one horse if required; moder
ate wages; trustworthy, willing to work; 3
years' splendid personal references. \V..
Box -•'{. Tribune Office.
GARDENER and FLORIST.— Elderly Ger
man American, i>«> years' experience In
all branches; country or city, or caretaker;
wages moderate. Address GOTTSHALK,
14ti» Lexington aye.
GARDENER.— Can take full charge of
gentleman/ place; ro<*l reference as to
character and capability. Address H. C.
R. Box 20. Tribune Otf.ce.
JANITOR. ( >ne n r m<ire houses; tinsmith,
plumbing, iiaintintr. electrician, locksmith,
carpenter w^rk. etc.; strictly sober; m.> base
ment. .K'MN ROLLINS, :-;>*s Wyona st.,
Ur m klyn.
NORWEGIAN, 24. of good education, ='>t.er
and string; whore chance for advance
ment. JACK NORK, 606 Slat st.. B*klyn.
STEWARD. Club, hotel; city or country;
forty years' New York experience v.
dress SCHMIDT, 334 Hist 84th st.
USEFUL MAN. Private family; un.l.>r
Btur.ils all house and garden work; 'iin
milk. GEISENHOF. 818 2.1 aye.. n-ar .14th
ft. (upatalra).
USEFUL MAN. Mid.:!* ag»t\ fjerman; un
d»i>t«nds driving, care horses, ,'arria^.s.
harness. Inwn. parden or small farm; can
milk; S'Vj.l reference. GARDENEB M
Division st.
USEFUL MAN.- Competent to to any kind
of work; store, warehouse; understands
driving, hand] at anything; strictly
lidustrlous; accustomed t.i bakers , ?ial
llshmcnta. COLSEN. 573 Eaal 14!tth st.
USEFUL MAN.— Mid(?le aged; single; Ger
man; In hotel or estate; '-an do all re
pairs; best references. E. /CM RE, 1541 3d
aye.
T'SEFT'I. MAN Young man. colored.
would like ho:ne In country with private
family, good people; hois.-man; *-.od rffer
fti.-e H JUST, 7?yt>. N. V
VALET Attendant to an Invalid; ex
perienced, educated. gentlemanly; ac-
customed to travel; New York references.
GRAHAM. CJ> I>-xlngt..n aye.
remain.
COOK. — Widow in small family as plain
cook; light housework; reference. PEN
FIELD. 133 Weal BOth st.
COOK CHAMBERMAID.— By two neat.
obliging girls, Norwegian Protestants; one
cook, assist laundress; other chaniheroiald
and waitress; good references), A. P., -Mrs.
Collier's Agency, 122 Wast 23d at.
COOK. First clat>s Swedish cook with
very beat of references Is now open for
work in the city; private families only.
Apply SWEDISH BUREAU, 31 aye., near
3&tn st.
COOK. — By good German girl In private
family; ho objection to country; under
stands desserts, salads, etc.; $25 to $3.1. Call
Mrs. WILKEB'S BMP. BUREAU. !i57 3d
aye.. near 571h et.
cook By n ft 1 "" 1 1 Swedish cook; familiar
with t>e6t families; is ready for work; $33
to $40. i 'all BLOOM'S BUREAU. 747 Lex
Ington aye . or Tel 4887 Plaza.
COOK By Scotch Protestant; strictly first
chiss all branches plain nnd fane] cook
Ini; r X' client references; countrj pref»-rrf>l
M S., Mra. Comer's Agency. l'J'J Weal
2Sd st.
COOK, competent: wages, $2."i f.iK; has
bait references; also capable waitress.
■nitlf two years' reference; £0 together or
separate: Swedish women. JUS3ILA BU
REAU. (ISO Lexington aye. *,
CHAMBERMAID.- flood German girl; in
country. KRUEGER. 40S East (i.'.th st.
(fourth floor).
CHAMBERMAID or HOUSEWORK ER. in
small family: lately landed. LYNCH,
:;t.a East «»th ft. SKxJil
CHAMP.IvRMAIP nnl WAITRESB Good.
smart Bwedlab girl; f peaks English »•!!;
t.<!<t references; $20 to $28. < all BLOOM'S
EMI' EXCHANGE, 747 I<exlnKti>n n-.t- . ,r
T^>l. 4857 riaza.
CHAMBERMAID Norwegian Protestant;
very neat, refinr.i. obliging girl; excellent
rpfer^nres; city or count ry. M X Mrs
Collier^ AGENCT, 122 W.-st J3i at.
DAY s WORK Kn^ii«h woman; good
worker; splendid reference; ofti c ai-art
mer.t <.r bouse to 1 lean, oi will do day's
work of any kind. <i>2 (It it ;ne
GIRL colorea. with one or two In. lies; near
77th St.; Bleep home M., care of \V E.
Williams. 374 East 77th st.
GENERA!. HOUSEWORK ER.— By Ivpst
Indian colored woman: Ir flat, small fam
ily. Call ROBINSON. 229 We«t 03d at.
HOUSEKEEPER.— By young woman Wor
care for elderly lady: Protestant 'IM
MEDIATE. •-•<",;; West r_'.-,th st.
HOCSEWORKER -CHAMBERMAID
two neat younn (flrls: one houseworker,
.»r. ] rook, excellent laundress ether cham
bermaid, waitress or nurse city or eourtrv
MORROWS BUREAU, 721 Lexington avi
Tel. tOSS Plaza /
HOUSEKEEPER — Kurtie ..r companion to
Invalid or elderly i~-rs.in. reliable middle
and English man. Address I. <; 14;:
>r), „v*
INFANTS Ni:RSr.-Thnroughly~^>m"i^
tent; understands «ntir>- pare from *lrth;
all J-.ln 'a of t.ttl- feeding; excellent travel
ler: willing to have city: apesika Ena;li*h
n ml German; personal r« 1 :.:,•• A ;.Ir*s3
NURSE, can of Mis u'tJradv, «2o Cast
KM) st
INFANT'S NU IU«K— l(y nent youni <i«r
mull Blrl; •\| •■[-!. ■!>■ i'<l . has four years'
reference: city or couairy. T-\.. l;i-s —
I-laza. MORROWS BUREAU. 7^l Ltilna
tun avi^ior. B*th »1
JAKITRESS weman In steam
heated or cold water apartment, Cull .11
vrii- M..- •■ A. BROWN. L'« \V. Outh st.
J VNI !'Hl>- Widow as Janltrcs.s. Mra
HENRY. -14i> We I Mth st.
J-A r Nl>l'. 1 .-S —V. .111,; Swedish woman;
thorouiihly capable; private family ..nly;
unUtrxtunds xlilrls »nd rcllan '"all
l-.i.oc IMi HUREAU. 747 1.. Hi ,-•• I)
u\v. '!>:. I". I'laza.
I.AU.NnP.ESS.— Ktret tla»». l.y the .lay;
htrt i!tv i-f«-rem-f. S\\r.Je. U. OSTKU
IK LSI *19 Ea«l »Uth tt.
LAUNDRESS.— Strong young woman as
first clasa launlress; shirts, oollar.r cuffs;
hnr frlt-n I kltchenmald: city cr country
MORROWS BUREAU. 7t!l llexlngtoa aye
Mar Bath at. Ttl -»'!**•»
OCEAN STK.VMER.**.
Thirty fifth Annual Series of Select
Parti* 1 * leave Pacific Coast ports on Sept
4. St Oct. S. ar». 1908. for six months' lei
surely travel. Including HAWAII. JAPAN.
CHINA. THE STRAITS SETTLEMENTS.
CBTUMf, BI KMAH. INDIA. EGTPT. «t<?
Parties eaatbouci leave New Vorlt Nov. 10.
2*. l»0«; Jan. 6, 1»T. High claaa arrange
ments throughout.
Illustrated descriptive programs from
TIHKDJS. mm & SBBI,
24.'. AND 1.200 BROADWAY. 64» MADISON
AYE.. NOW YORK.
— — ♦
I ._ -~-»— ! Ouxurlouß New
UP THE ! Steamers
Superb Service.
i Vs. 7TI TT TT^* The Route of • omrort.
NILE Booklet, fu.l informa-
EXPRESS NILE
TO THE 8- CO
\ Win U HlfurulyJ U © Broadway, .
v „___ -^-'
OLD IfiSSiEIIM UiE-
Kor Old DAILY SERVICE. ' __„_
For Old Point Comf.rft. Norfolk. Ports
mouth. Pinner's Point and N>w h iJ.*^d"
\irginla Beac* Washington. IX C and
steamer, .11 Jfrgn.
Pier 2tf N. R.. foot Beach St.. every wee*.
day at 3 *>. m. : - R WAL>KER .
Vice-President and Tralßc Manager.
dwASSADBAH PACIIFVG K'V
Intended Steamship Sailing" . fro ™
couvcr for Japan. China and Philippine
Islands: ." _ - A
llonteagle Abk. »
Empress of China jSSSNti
R. M. B. Tartar Sept. 17
Empress of India ■< Oc t. ti
R. M S. Athenian Oct. to
Empress of Japan... ... .. • • • (^*-..* J .iw*
For FIJI. Hawaiian Islands, Australia ana
New Zealand.
Miowera Sept. 14Aoran«l . •<> ct --}r
For rates and information apply to »1
Sth aye.. 45S and 1 Broadway.
- . : VMI'.OA !•*
L© W & IT Vii/ uN-1 NEW ENGLAND.
Wireless Telegraphy en all Steamers.
DAYLIGHT TRIPS on Long Island Sound.
(SEE special advertisement in Exe. Col.>
FALL RIVER LINE via Newport and Fall
River. Lye. Pier 19. N. R.. ft Warren St..
week days and Sundays 6:30 P. M. Strs.
Prlscillaand Providence. Orchestra on each.
PROVIDENCE LINB for Providence. Bos
ton and East. Leave Pier I*. N. R.. foot
Murray St.. week «la>s only. «:fO P. M.
Steamers Pilgrim and Chester W. Chapin.
Orchestra on each. . -
NEW BEDFORD LINE for New Bedford.
Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Lye.
I'ier 40. N. R., ft. ("larkson St., week days
only, at 5-00, ft. Ea*t 22d St.. B:30 P. M.
Steamers Maine and New Hampshire.
NORWICH LINE for New London. Block
Island. Watch Hill. Narra. Pier. Worcester,
etc. Lye Pier 40. N. R.. ft. Clarkson St..
week flays only. 0:00 p. M. Also daylight
trip Mondays from Pier 40. N. R.. 10 A. M.;
ft. East 22d 9t. 1O:45 A M Steamers
City of Lowell am City of Worcester. ■ j
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven.
Hartford, Sprinsfleld. etc. Steamer Richard
Peck Ivs. Pier 20. E. R.. week days. 2:45
P. M. ; Sum.. 9:30 A. M. ; Ivs. root E. 22d
St.. we«-k days. 3 P. M.; Suns.. 10 A. M.
Sundays; due N. Y. on return. S:l."» P. M.
Tickets and Stateroom*, all linen, at 19
Park PI., 245. 673, 12»»> and 1354 Broadway.
25 Union 50,.. IS2 Fifth Aye. «49 Madison
Aye.. 24." Columbus aye.. 105 TV 125 th St ,
27!>« Thirl Aye. and at Piers. New York.
Id) fe FfeM JJdlP§(£^
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BOATfr\ M Boala
gs&:i\ iwinna j/vffil
4%°1t w : \brf :vxwj/ It T£
9.00. 9 . m , VV /VwA»»* // t.td. 10.00.
10.30 a. m-: Vv i/ -°— L - > yi1.00a.m..1.00.
12.30. 1.30. 3.00.N\ // 2.00. 3.45. 4.45.
15. 6.40. 7.45 \\ // 8.00. 8.10 p. m.
p. m. ; Sundays. \\ // Sundays. 10.09
9.25 a.m.. 12.35. \\// a. m.. 100. 4.00.
8.85. 7.45 p. tn- V ••!• p. m.
NBW YORK— ALBANY.
HUDSON RIVER BY SEARCHLIGHT.
Steamers C W. MOR9B. odd dates Au
gust. ani ADIRONDACK, alternating, lv.
Pier No. 32. N. R. fo<jt of Canal St.. •
P. M.. and West lii»th St.. 6:30 P. M. dally
(Sundays included). Direct connection with
express trains .11 Albany tor Saratoga. Laka
George. Adirondack*. Thousand Islands and
Sharon Springs. Orchestra. Automobiles
carried. Tlire table and Summer Book Free,
"Beautiful Hudson by Searchlight." 10c
NBW DOUBLE SERVICE.
Str. DEAN RICHMOND leaves Pier 32.
N. B , every Wednesday and Friday, at
5:30 P. M.. omitting W. 12»tn. St. Service
equal to regular steamers.
®S7 QDaoyoß(j]oirfh
Palatial Steamers "NBW YORK" and
"ALBANY" of the Hudson River Day Line.
fastest and finest river boats In the wcrld.
Lv. Bklyn.. Fulton St. (by Annex).B:oo A. M.
•• De,sbresees St. Pier 8:40 "
• ' Weal 4*l St 9:00 "
" West 12»th St *:»♦ "
landing at Yonksra. West Pcint. New
burgh. Poughkeepsie. Kingston Point, Cata
kill. Hud«<>n an.l Albany. Dally, except
Sunday. Special trains to Catskill Mts. re
sorts .in,l Saratoga, ard easy connections to
all polp's East. North and West. Through
tickets and baggase checked at offices of
N. Y. Transfer Co. Through rail tickets
between N. T. and Albany accepted. Most
delightful one-day outings to We»» Point.
Netvburch or Ptv'keepsle. returning en down
boat. Restaurant open at 7A. M. MUSIC.
II EWroiiii'ra SHARY IrIyJWISILIL
leaving Desbrosres St. at 3:10 P. M.
(Saturdays 1:45 P. M.). W. 421 St. 8:30 P. M.
♦Saturdays 2 P. M.>. West 12fnh St. 3:30
P. M (Saturdays 2:20 P. M.> for Highland
Falls. West Point. Cornwall. Newburgh.
New Hamburgh. Milton. Poughkeepsl«. Ron
dout an, l Kingston. Orchestra on board
(SB^\T©DSD[L[L
lEWtEKQQKO® ILD6OIE
For Catsklll. Hudson. Coxsackle, CUlro,
Palenvillo. Maine-* Corners. Tannersvllle:
Weekdays. 6 p. m. from Christopher at..
7 p. in. from West 129 th St.
Extra boat Saturdays. 1:SO p. in . for Cats
kill and Hudson, landing at Maiden.
Special trains for (Mtsklll Mountain points.
Handsome Illustrated Booklet mailed free,.
TTGS©^ ILDROtEo
HUDSON RIVER ROUTE.
NEW YORK— TROY.
Str. "City of Troy" or "Saratoga"* leave
Pier 4«. West lOtn St. Daily tex;ept Satur
day*. 6 P. M
SUNDAY STEAMERS TOUCH
AT ALBANY.
Direct connection at Troy with trains te- all
points. Dining rooms on main deck — Or
chestra— Low Kxcurslnn Rates — Hookleta
I-'ree — Automobiles carried.
Bxcurston: Troy. 52.80; Saratoira. »4 50;
Lake Ueoige. 16.35; Wllminicwn. Vt.. >:> «•
CEHTBAL RUDSOI UHE.
Boats leave Franklin St 4 P. M. : Satur
lav?. IP M . for Kingston. Through the
Highlands by Daylight; full light trip
every Saturday. Connecting with CATS
KIM. MOUNTAIN points via U. * D. R.
R. Early morning train from Steamboat
Dock.
Block Island, Orient, Greenport,
Skelter Island and Sag Harbor
Via Montauk Steamboat Co"s Line. Leave
N. V . New Tier N. E. R.. weekdays. c*
cepl Saturday, »><'<>. Saturdays. la«i p. m
Uxtra trip Mondays. H:0O a. m . for Sag
Harbor For Work Island via Lone Ixlaml
R. R. leave N. V.. 34th St.. E. 11. 10:30
Z. in. (.-x.-.-i'l Sunday), and at l:3O p. m.
£-°aturday.
I)UM£tiTIC MTIATIONH WANTED.
Female.
LAUNDRESS, a>u>isi chamberwork. by neat
girl; «i>i>.i reference*; city or country. J.
I. Mrs. Collier's Agency. 122 West SSd st.
UXUNDRESS — First tlass, few days*
work, •> ili-atilnic; ctty references. Mr».
SCIIONFIELD. 342 Baal law st
Mii>i»l.K ACS ED I*AI»Y of rennement as
inanagir.K bouaekeeuer niairon 01 ln»t!
tiitlon wirk. Addreta M. a. «'. Tribune
Uptown ( •!«.-. i.:>'.» Brcadw&y.
NKKSE and UA»9EI KB .— Ry youn S •>:■
man; expert; ;.i> charge «.r ■ondnementa;
by da] or week. 1:.;.. by mail I.
Koi:Sli : :i(. -ii'J Amster.iain aw
WASHINO —By German woman, to taU*
home. MASLAN. 334 East «1« st.
WASHING and IRONINO.=-To Uk*l horn*;
resperidhli- coiorea unman: all work dont
first class Call or ad^reas lira. OARNES.
£3(iVa Sptacar aU. UtuuiUyiL
K.MJ4r:«)AiJ3.
" R A iLKUAD.
STATIONS foot of Weft Twenty-third street
ami Desbrosses and Ccrtlaou* »ti«ets.
aW The leaving time from Desbrcssea j««
Cortiandt streets is live minutes later .*™»
that given below fur Twenty-ihlra *>ixt?l
Etation. •
FOR THE WEST.
•7:BSAM CHICAGO SPEC
••:« A.M. PITTSBURGH DAY EX p
•10:53 am: THE PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED.— Chicago. Cincinnati a
:iS?:^: 6t Louis. "rif^An *
•135 PM. BT. LOCiS "«"*«!»; ATf *,
•I:»P.M. CHICAGO. CINCINNATI •
bT LOLI9 BJO'slt*f- ....
•SSSP.M. PENNBTLVANIA BPECIAU
IS hours to Chicago.
•4:33 P.M. CHICAGO LIMITED.^
•8.55 PM! WESTERN tJU'RESS
*«:25P.Ml ST. UJVIS * CINCINNATI
EXi'KES*
7:WP.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS -
•»:» P.M. ELAND * CINCINN ATI
F V 1> T f y""*Z^y
•t:55 P.M. PITTSUUROH SPECIAL
WASHINGTON AND THfc. "* >VT m
•7:55. 8:25. «9:23. ••85. '10:55 a. in ■•»-;»•
•J2:55. 2:10. l«*:2S. ••Coßsre»»tonal Limit
•d"». •3:25.'*4:251 •*&. ** :t *. ml>.,"-'m 1> .,"-'
12:l6 night. Sunday. *>:25. •»». *}**?£.
m. 12 55 *12 55 i"3:a». ' Cona ressloaal
Limited*: -3:25 «4 35. -4:55. •*». *—'
p. m.. 12:10 WLWAT.-^^ M » P
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— '3:23. M-» P
in.. 12:10 a m. daily. — ,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE-— •»:» a. m. IN
»:2S p. m. dally. _ „ mmJt
SEABOARD AIR L1NE.— 12.25 9- ■»• ***
l-:l« a. m. dally. ._ _.—
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.—
CHESAPEAKE a AN"D OHIO RAILWAY.—
•755 a. m. week days; "10.55 a. m. and
•4:35 p. m. daily. ».#,«»
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NOR
FOLK.—»7:2S a. m. week days, and 8.3^
p. m. daily. _ __ __.
ATLANTIC ITT.— »:» a. m . ••!:» Sat
urdays only) and 2:55 p. m. weea daya.
Sundays. »7:55 a. m. M ...
CAPE MAY— I:3S p. m. wees days «•«»
a. m. Sundays. ASBURT PARK fOcean
LONG BRANCH. ASRURY PARK fOcean
Grove) (North Asbury Park Sunday*;,
and Point Pleasant. <«:<*> from r>esb. •
Cort. Hta. only) 7:40. 8:55. 10:S5 a m..
12:» (12:55 Saturdays only except Long
Branch) «1:25 Saturdays only). -•{•'■ *'■■*.
826 (4:25 except Lcnsr Branch). 4:55 and
6AI p. m week days. Sat«*aya. B^O.
25. 10:55 a. hi., »n.i 4:V> P ra.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
«:<«. »7:25. •7:55. >«:25. 8:55. »9:25. •» :--3.
•tIO:RS. •10:53. *11:55 a. m.. 12:25. '12:--.
•t1:55. »t:55. 2::0. 2:55. •«:». *:55 4:28.
•425. 4:55. I»H:15 for North Philadel
phia only). »5:55. «6:25. 8:55. 7:55. »:».
•65 »-25 <»:55 for North Philadelphia
•nly) p. ni.. 12.10 night wetk days. Sun
days. 6:05. i 7:55. R:25. t»:25. 9:55. •♦!<» :s.\
•1O:55 a. m.. 12:25. «12:55. *t1:55 •!:«».
•3:25. 3:35. "4:25. ••t4:B» for North Phil
adelphia only). »4:53. «5:55. •«»-, 7 j~'
8:25. 8:53. 0:25. (9:55 for North Philadel
phia only) p. m.. 12:10 night.
•Dlnlnc Car.
Ticket oSlces. No* 4«1. 1354 and 17« Bmad
way; I^2 Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.):
263 Fifth Avenue (corner 2»th M.) an«
stations named ab^ve: Brooklyn. 4 Court
Street. 470 Nostrand Avenue. 390 Broad
way and Pennsylvania Annex Station.
The New Tcrk Transfer Company will
call for and check baggage from hoteia
and residences through to destination.
Telephone "543 Chelsea" for Pennsylvania
Railroad Cab Service. _^_ J -._.
W. W. ATTERBURT. X Rr^ oo^-
General Manarer. Pans' r Tralßc tier.
GEO. XT. POTT>.
General Pas»en«»r *sjant.
OCEAN STEA3IEK3.
Emm GEBGH.A&S. U.QVD.
Fast Express Service.
CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
K. Wm. II Aug. 21. A. M.
Kronprlni Sept. 4. 7A. Ja.
Kaiser Sept. 11. 10 A M.
K. Wm. II Sept. 13. » 90 A. M-
Kronprlnz Oct. 2. 8 A. II-
Kaiser Oct. ». lft A. M.
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN
Kurfuers* Aug. 14. 1« A. M.
Barbarossa Aug. 23. 10 A. M.
Bremen Aug. 2!). 10 A.M.
•Main Sept. 6. 10 A. M.
FHedrlch Sept. 13. 10 A. M.
Kurfuerst Sept. 13. nooa
•Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
K. Albert Aug. 28. 11 A. M.
P. Irene Sept. 1. 11 A. M.
K. Luis* Sept. IS. 11 A. M.
K. Albert Sept. 2». 11 A. M.
P. Irene. Oct. 13. 11 A. M.
K. Lofaa Oct. 27. 11 A. M.
From Bremen Piers, 3d * 4th Sts. . Hoboken.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD TRAVELLERS"
CHECKS GOOD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
OELRICHS A CO.. No. S Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 1016 Walnut St.. Phila.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
Twin Screw Passenger Service.
PLYJIOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
Kais A V. Au^. 1«. 2PM Amerlka. Aiif W>
P'nsylvanla Au«2T».»:3OAM : Sept.l
•To Hamburg dir*»-t. I
Mediterranean Service.
TO NAPLES AND GENOA.
tMoltke Sept. ll'JMoltk* Oct. 23
Oceana . Sept. 2" Han-burs; Nov. 15
P. Adalbert. Sept. 25| tMottke Dec. 4
Hamburg. .....Oct. 41 Hamburg Jan. 10
(Calls Gibraltar, haa Grill Boom awl
Gymnasium.
Special Notice.
Great variety of special cruises and
trips by superb passenger steamer* to the
ORIENT. MEDITERRANEAN and ADRI
ATIC SEAS. WEST INDIES. JAMAICA.
ITALY an 1 EGYPT.
TRAVEL. BUREAU R- R. Tickets, hotel
accommodation?, an* general Information
about forelrn travel. __
TRAVELLERS- CHECKS ISSUED ET
THE COMPANY.
OFFICE. 9T BROADWAT. N. T.
•Phone. WOO Rector Plera, Hoboli*n.
a MCDirtN f TTJ— Sailing at V SO A. M.
AMEKIUin JL4ll— From ncr 15. N. R.
n.YMOt'TH—^HBRB'G— S<">TTHAMPTi>N
St. Paul Au«r. I* St. Loots Sept. 1
New York . Aug. 25 Philadelphia . .Sept. 8
RED STAR LIKE ,7°n p ,J er
DOVER— ANTWERP— (LONDON. PARISH.
K'nl'd.Aug.lS.2:3opmiFinrd.Sept. 1. 2:3i>pm
V'l'd. .Aug.2s.S:3namlZeerd.Sep«. *\ (:i»im
WHITE STAR LINE rN' «-
NEW YORK— QNSTOWN— LIVERFOOL.
Oceanic. .Aur 15. 2 pm ! Baltic. .Aug. -29. noon
Teutonic . Aug. 22. 10 a m! M.->iest!r .Sept 5. 10 am
Cedrlc..An«r.24.«l:3i>Mn!Celtic..Sept. 7. Sam
£& MEDITERRANEAN a^^e S
FROM NEW YORK—
CRETIC Sept. 25. noon; Nov. 3 Dec 6
REPUBLlC.Oct.lS.noon;l>ec.l if m Boston*
FROM BOSTON
ROMANIC Sept. 15. 7:*> A. M • Orl B
CANOPIC Oct. * 12:3rt P. M •' Nov 17
PASSENGER OFFICE. » BROADW\t
Freight office. Whitehall Kids; . Batten PI
nj]OLLANI>-AMERICA LINE
Inl * W Tork — Rotterdam. »l» Boulogne.
U U failing Wednesdays as per sailing list
New Amsterdam. A us; 13. 10 A M
r^tatendam Aug. 22. 10 A M
Rvniiani Aug. 29. 10 A M
Potsdam Sept. 5. 6 A M
Holland America Line. 39 B'way N T
FdDO 0 DPQDIPIIciD IffiOoOD
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will
•all for San Juan direct, as fol!owa:
8. S. CARACAS Saturday. Aut 1* noon
S. S. PHILADELPHIA..^:. Sept 1 n^
For freight or pa«&ag» apply to
EOULTON. I!LJ*S A n.\LLETT
General Managers. S2 Wall St. *
MGBTOG3 ILOEIE,
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDBRKT
Furne«<<!a.Au<. I Asfrta .-> ,t 1 3pm
Caledonia.. Au.23.noon fColurrbia.Sept S n<v»a
t^iloon. JSO. Sd Cabin $3». 3U CuSs »27 no
and upwards, according to accommodation >•
steamship For tours and information ap->lw
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 It BrSad
CUXARD LIKE.
From liers 51 52 NonJ» River
LIVERPOOL 'la, QUKDKSXOWN
~,. Au S u,t 14.\,, n .
I AMIAMA Auk IS 2 P v
Etruria Aug. 2aVL.uc.ania ... ' 4t 1
Carmanta Au*. 2S,Unibria " Sect" 2
UIBKAL.TAK- It AH
N«w Modern Twin Screw Steamer^
SLAVONIA Aug ** 11 A.Sl.:tol&pJ: 4
PANNONIA Sept. 11. n.->cn OcTw
CARPATHIA 25. 10 A. M Xov -7
VERNON H BROWN. CJ a '''
21 24 State St.. opposite the Battery.
J>ED "D" LINE.
For La Guayra, Puerto Cabeijo c^ra
cao and Mai a. 1 1t... via Oiracao calling
also at San Juan. P. R. : '
5. S. CARACAS Saturday. Aug. I*, noon
6. S l-HIL-\PF.I.IiIIA tut . Sept 1. noon
For La Guayra. Curacao an.l jLlaracalho:
S S. Zl'Ui • Smuivi.iy. Aug. 25. noon
S. S. MARACAIRO. . Saturday. Sept. !• Bjoasj
These m earners have superior sjkobbbbo
dationa for passing*! s.
UOUUTON. lU.I^S .<. r>A!4-ETT.
General Mir.auer». S3 Wall St
BEFORE OOINQ ABROAD CONSULT
THE EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS
THAT APi'klAß REULLAKLY IN THE
TIIIIIINE ON SUNDAYS. \VfcU>NESDA\S
AND SATURDAYS.
MAU.ORY LINE. LVXURIors ships
Tickets to Texas. l\iU<ratU». Me.xlcu. New
Meih-o. Arizona, • '»!!•.•! I'iu. .r^i.i FK.r-
Ida. Alabama, etc. DKUIIHTJIL TKII«? i
TUB ROUTE TO MIAMI. HALM B&ACH. !
Klm . *c. «vla Key «-»t> Colon tickets
to v^ltfxrul* on inquiry Our huokl*. I
eS?&%ssr*tti {' ■'"■ ■**■«*
»» vharter*t S. S "ARABIC"' ltt.oi*> Tin?
» Touts Rooad the World *^*
FRANK C CUBK, Hi Uroadw-i 7 . N. T.
BEFORE GOiSO ABROAD CONSULT
TUB MI'HOPKAN \IA ERTISEXIKNTS
THAT AI'IKAK KEOrLAKLY IN TH?
■I'MMUt CRUISE la X •.i Scot!, -m |
Newfoundland For raw*. UOWRINU
CO . 17 Mat* at
*14 VKLO *X ■ Fast ltah»n Llm FOR
NAPLES AM» GENOA. x. r ,i America.
Aug. IS. CUta dl Torino. Sept. 0; Cltia dl
Napoll. Sept. U> i^Mii, J» ul> 'Inlag
Salmon on Promenade Dec* B« <LOQN.££L
r iL\p t Tr^cLii a 00.. r> wav st.
run-'^n,
"America's G"- => tes t Rai lrtT?^*'
& HUOSffi! RIVER I, :
Through trains depart from Graarir^*'"
Station. 42-1 street. yew York. a7li£?f>
All thrcueh trains, exce; t the >• aSj> «
1:OS. l:.V». \i:\t>, 3:00. 3:4i>. .", JJ> ij"-sbj4S»
•t.»^ at 12Sth street to receive oa»f- *
ten minutes after leaving 421 rtr<«r ' <l -' 1
1S:1OA. M.— •MIDNIGHT Y.XYKvL
7:5«» A. M.— -ruZ!L~
ISLANDS ANDiIONTREALt-P
■:3OA. M— tEMPIRE STATE IehI?.
Moat famous train In the ■».--'''"*'
8:45 A M—-FAST MAIL - 34 22-
Chicago. J •
9:43 A. M — taARATOGA AND Mas.
REAL EXPRESS. **^-
V> 2O A M. «DAY EXPRESS
1:02 P. »T!IE SECOND EMPIBB
1:O«P. M.— -CHI^AOO SIPECIVL^
2:04 P. St.— •SOUTHWESTERN LCr—>
All Pullman Car* ***»»a
3:10 P. M "1:00 P. M. Satur!art>—
TOGA LIMITED. Parlcr Cars * rv,.r'
3:30P. M— "THE 20TH • KNTtOTIS
ITED— » hours to • hlcaa» **
3:4« P. M— ♦ ALBANY ft TROT FLTBk
4:Sf»P. M.— "THE WOLVERINE *^
5:29 P. M. 'FAST MAIL— For Albaa.
.'».:>» Jf— "LAKE 3HORE UTOr?~~
23H hoar train to Chictri
Pullman cars. "^^ *+
5:.T0 P. M.-»CLEVKLANI>. ClJCCrryi~
AND ST I/>UI3 LlMlTltn^l
Pullman cars -^
«:0«»P M— •WESTERN EXPRESTr
wp.m -"MONTREAL ?rxpßiSt
7:30 P. M.— "ADIRONDACK AJ5Dv«*-
REAL EXPRESS. *-*.
• :0»P. M-— •BUFFALO. NI A Q» , ,
FALLS. CLEVELAND A2Q» S
RuXTO SPECIAL " Ir '
9:20 P. M -'WESTERN NEW TORS Ay-»
THOU3AND ISLANDS rTsVsiT
»:9>P. M — •PACIFTC EXPRESS 1
11:30 P. 31. — "CHICAGO A ST Wrtm mm
•Daily. tE*rept Sun-lar. TExcest
HARLEM DIVISION * oil "* 7
9 OR A. V »n<l 3:33 P. M.. da:> „._
Sunday, to rtttsApld arm X«th AaVrV
Sunday. .'.7 A. M : Saturday -,;, 2-jSpv
Pullman cars on all through trahia
Trains Illuminate : with Pistsch B:ht
Ticket offices »• 14». 245. 415 asd l~i
Prnadway: 15 I'nion Square w . Ja CtoaaaT
bus ay» . 117 West 125 th st.. Graal Ceanai
and 123 th st. stations. New York- 355 i-i
lj'l Fulton «t. and If* Broadway Bjdob*?
w Telephone •5«M> 3Sth Street" for Cab si"
rice, B»gipige checkeij from hotefflraak
dene* by Westcott Express. ' " '
•a. h smith. c. f dalt
Vie* Prea. * Her. Mar Paas'eTraSeJl'~.
:W: W JiUSFf Ikli'y.
STATIONS * s?°Vm St** 3^ S. B.
f W. St.. N. R.
Tim* shown below [»" frojn Libe-r fa
West 23d St. leave 10 r.::r.:i:. 9 earS a»
cept as note.l by designates marks
EASTON. BETTHLEHESI. ALLECTCIt
AND STAUCH CHUNK-z*QO 7»IS
t'n>. RIO A M. I*. 44., s.,> j
Easton on:;,. P. M. Sun., *4.3» A, v
1 M>, 5.00 an 1 «.0O P. 11. . **ss£.
WILKESBAP.RE AND SCRANTOX-ta
A. M.. 1 2»>. sf»> P. M Sundays. HD
A. M.. 5.0 MP. M. - -
LAKEWOOD. LAKEHfRST, TOST 3 Him
AND BARNEGAT— Z4.OO. » 4» A. X
1.30. no. Lakew-XN} and :akeh-;r»t gala,
kS. !■». :'..;.:■ -. " <»> A. M. <d4t>Lss*.
w. o-l and Lak#>c»->.
ATLANTIC ClTY— •».«> A. M.. ml <». tt«
LONG " BKANOf. ASB rR V PAH
O-TAX grove point pleas.cct
rton. >i >». •I»>3*'. 1130 A. M. exl*«t
«1 >>. 30. 2.45. 13i>. a- 4 ST. 84.51 t'.'J.
.T. 30. 6.3*>. ".•.•••l s:r\v = exrert «**>
Grove. 9.13 I<>.T«>A M 4 '•• *■"->?■.
ATI*ANTK* HIGHLANDS. SEABRIGBT.
MONMOUTH HFVH EAST LOSO
BRANCH— i4.rt>. -.---• »30. 11 30 A X.
1 3iX 4.V». 5.30 S.M»P M. Suniajs. a"
A M.. 4 (•> P. M
SANDY HOOK ROITE FOR ATLANTIC
HIGHLANDS. SF^%BRIGHT. L 039
BRANCH. ASBT'RY PARK. OCEIS
GROVE. SPRING LAKE. POTS:
PLEASANT— Pier 9:. N. p. W. 421 St.
».(*K 9.30, 1"»» A. M 1230. 1 •»>. t«l
4.15 5.40. 7.4.". P. M. Sundays. 935 A. V,
12.X?. 3.35. 7 4.-. ■■ M. Pier 10. X. «.
Cedar St. » V*. 1000. lI.W A. M. Iwt
£•»>. 345 4.45. fi .<X*. «.lf» P. M. ?•■:*■»»
V:(*> * 31. i -«>. +•* sw r m
READING. HARRISRUP.G. POTT?VrX*|
AND WILLIAMSPORT— ,z4 00. 34*
tß.Oft. [a 10. <10.i»\ lt.<x> A. M . T!»«Sst
onjy). B !•• 12« ♦2.oft P. M. R«a|
in«. Pottsville Harrisbur? cnir. +4.%
•5.00. 7.30 P. M
PHILADELPHIA
•z4.3T». NT '•• aSLfIQ •».<¥». m*li>«». »iui
A M. m-12'V' mI.W. •!«». •3.«». v*
m*s.oi>. m*«.«o. *7.ot\ **'■• «• •><> pM
P. M. 1*12. 15 mdt.
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTOS
».0«>. m»lO.ort. m«l2o<v. m«2.oi\ mftn
rn •<;.•»•. •7<'«. j*12.1.V
•Daily. tDallv except SKinday r>SuaJw«
tParlor cars only.' i ; Via Tamiiyja. it>
cept Saturdays. mDii car. xSatariiTl
only. zFrom Liberty St. «ciy.
From Twenty St.- b.1 .9 P. JL.
c3.w» P. M. el 2 2«v p. xr. wtm P. £•.
m» p. M.. k3.21> P. m.. 13.50 P. m.
n4.20.
Office*: Üb«Tty St West S?1 •*.. « Ast?
He dm. Sts. 484. 13<V. 1334 Brra.lwsy. M
Rth Ay.. 3*l Bth A-. 25 Union Square «a
271« 3.1 Ay. 1C« West 123 th St. ?J5 f»
rurobua At.. X-w Tort 4 rsart St. »
344 Fulton St.. 47.» Koatnad Ay. Em*- '
lyn: .TOrt Broadway. Wllllamslmrg. se»
York Transfer <V>. calls fcr and creeks *C»
gage to destination.
W. G. BESLER. C. It r.VRZ
Vice Fres. .<- Gen. Ma* G»n. Passr A?=i
BALTIHCRB .& OHIO R. 3."
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAIN?.
"Every other hour en the even hoaX
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHIXGTC.'
Leave New York City. ZZi St. Llbjs'i
•Washington. Buffet. 7?rta» » >«a>
tWABHrN4SToN. I>tr.er. D.iiUm i,-.,*»s
♦WASHINGTON Dln*r. ll.Srtam 12.W='i
♦WASHINGTON Buffet 1 '•■ --. in»r3
f'ROYAL LTD." Di.ier. 3 s'>pm i.mm
tWA3HINGTON. Din»r. s.Wpni >i|»sa
♦"WASHINGTON EaiT't, ft.TOprn 7«>|B
♦WASHINGTON 11.50 pro 1213
•Ex. Sunday. 'Das*
Through Dally rratns '-> fj«a West
Leave New York dry. 23d St. tii>>«.
CHICAGO. PITTSBIRG. 11Wr^«liM*t
CHICAGO. COLUMBUS. 1 1 M> am lS#ftra
PITTSBURG. «'LEVFTD. "V> pm «•>!■
"PITTSIIf'RG LIMITED" «.s<»r™ 7s»pai
•IN ST. LOUIS. LOriSV . IT.SOpm :»St
rix..RT.i£>ns«.l »..w§m *r.w)a»
CIN..SfT.LOUIS.LOUISV., *->?ni ••»»•
OtTices: 24.1. 4-"?t. l**> Kr *-Iway • Jo>»
House. 1«3 Greenwich St 23 I'aios Wm"*
■«-.. 391 Orand St.. N V. ; 343 Faltta 3a,
Brooklyn: West ZVI Sr. and Liberty S»
After ft p. nv sleeping car r»»sr««ll»»
and full Informal regarding tnisa •»■•
can be obtained at Bureau nf litferaaJtJ*
B 40 R. R. 23.1 St. Terminal. '«»•»?••.
I Chelsea 3144
X. Y. X. H. * HARTFORD
Trains depart from Grand ■'wJtjal 9taßa»
42d St. and 4th Aye .as f/>!lows for _
BOSTON, vta New London * ftav.-«»«
t: 10. »x :.v,.2 A. s£ ibi«
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PORTLAND <s BAR HARBOR— *** ? A
WHITB MOUNTAINS. ST. Al-SA-Ns ttl
QUEBEC. ►' :*:4O A. St. **■■<*> p
WORCESTER and FITCHSfRO. xtx FCT
LAKEvTII^E *" and NORrOLK — «t«
A. M.. t»:S1 P. 91 - _,„
Gt. Barrtn«t.>n Stockbrltg* ***"!?• *rir"
field— t4:s4. ••8:02 a M . »1 2*. «"•» **
Ticket office* at cGrand Centra! t»J»
and cl»th St. also at c 2» W'^clir*
B - way. c3B Union Square. ol« Fifth.****
c«45 «"blumbus Aye.. c«49 MadisoS i.»
c:«» TV. 123 th St.. 27»S Third A»* ■>'
Brooklyn. c 4 Court ST.. 479 SuiMMat-*^ .
3SO B'way. »--■ -_,
•Dally. tExc-pt Sunday' eSatwO'
only -Steps at 125 th >- kW VtJ^t
?t bandars oßly tr^.-ler *» r I *S
' Hj« dlnlns car. cPar'-.raßd s'.eepai*^
tickets also. . | _
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Trains Lea»«. #T*nkUa *t. "J°J jt
Local. Dally -£31^
Manor LocuL e». Sun. o ;• {*,£»
Uv. Manor LociO. c*. Sun. te« *^j3x
Oawega E*p.. •«. S-ub "231*
Kjsco« Local. Sundays *= SSa,A
Liberty Exp.. ex. Sunday*.. it uS '-",,,1
Liberty Fly«r. Satuniiya..H:*i> «^, „ ».
W*lton-Delbl Ex».. •». SUB-li" 0W J- - *'
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KUK Un _ S:J3 J:*-i,7
Chl.-aito Limited. Da11y.... »:*> «*S
Parlor C»r S*ata a: 423 Bw»y. N. *•*?
Lackawanna Railrc^- |
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«4.O«>P. V.— Vo» Scranton ar.l PUmaa 14
s*aifl P. M.— Buffalo and HlM**
•t»:«5 P. M.— For Buffs Jo. Syracus* Ct
•2UJA. M.— For Chle»i*-Si«^*' **
0.30 p M .*-**.
Ticket* <tt 14» ■«». n.*;« ■*'• BrojC*,,.
X. T : 39» Fulton St.. Urooalr*. S
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