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Summer Resorts.
SEW york,
M OR LEY'S
In he Hrart of the if. ' -
, APIRO>I)ACKS.
T«i >-f he? el. fnd co!SJ*r'". :.»rl"-klllg: .»rl"-klllg :.. o!.th«
■US ksSnt lokes In tha region. On? Mm jmthJlir.
A '- 'omlttne. — ;-.it Q«hlns:, bo»-:-« t«:hlr»r. row 1
tr» pool. l'onl«, " orchestra bouse phys4c!»- Snnltsry
plum" ir.ir. Pure i«prlEr *aS»r. .Vi» rulmonary Invalids.
ESS -« '-*. Reduction In September. Artistic c«U
logve MORLBT'S. Lake Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. »• «•
TUT 1 ADIRONDACKS.
THE 'J Elizabethtown, N. Y.
liflaUllCnD <r " c: '*"■• l«':c'st' : »nd : '"*"
If INaJuUn v '* li th- mountain*: fine l*.
HIIIVW.II c)(U9n; (3ectrJe ,, ght . pr jvat.
b»li»; rure . ; -rr,.r-»«'«' -r-.rrng pool: ■«
sKi v*ir»tatl»s ,'rcm Winifor fsrn and csrtens; orchestri;
Moderate r^lce.. FIXB GOLF LINKS. For .bCMklet sd
*'"' < M IMPS KELLOGO A SON. Props. .
MANHATTAN BEACH
£'• Sunday Excursion Column for train service:
■Mk days, all evening papers of New Tork.
MANHATTArTTEACH HOTEL
T. F. SILLECK, Manajfsr.
THE ORIENTAL HOTEL
JOS. P. GREAVES, ."Manager
BnuwniT MA>.n:. NEW york
BRIARCLIFF LODGE
The Hotel Beautiful of the Westchester His
NOW OPEN
Briarclifr Manor, less than thirty miles from
New York. Is one of the most exclusive and at
tractive residential and hotel resort* of the
Westchester Hills section.
D B. PLUMER.
General Manager Hotel and Realty Interests. .
HOTEL
GRAM AT AN
Bronsville, Westchester Co I I
OPEN AM. THE TEAR
The m"ftt Ael'.s't tful :.«e't's am: plearure r»»ort near
New Toik. Refined ano -xc.;--im mtronage. Harlem
Division. N. T. Central 3'/ mln.
4- J. I.AV\|> CC Prop*.
Also <Gsraen '!i.. Hit*-;. 'J«rr>i, lit. 1.. I.
Pror-s. 3 Mat.has»t Hou«. r-he',ter Islrnd L.. i i
Hl' Afield SPRINGS. , ;
THE -BERKELEY-WAiONTHA HOTEL
:n connection with the Kutljing Establishment'
CHEAT HEALTH Hr>ORT. » '
For full particulars apply l< F. H. PATRICK. Rlch
fleld Sprint*. X. T.
4 —SARATOGA SI'RINGP. X. V.— New Columbian
*'!• Hotel, opposite ( 'ongr«"*» Sprinss an<l <"onventlon
Hall T»rmi>, European. j;.50 ilallj. including bath;
American. (3.50.
—ELEGANTLY RNISHBD APARTMENT, prt
!-• vate hath, ♦l.r.n <lnlly: tnclu.llt.g meal*. two. 125
weekly one. »i:. «0. VAN KEXSSEI.AER. 17 East 11th.
TTrATCHOGUE HOCSE. Ernst Motichea. — Situated ' al
if V lastly on Git-Mt s-outh liay, good table. l-nt Liiai>
eas »r.i abady leaie*. OPEN'S JCLV I.
E. 11. TERRY. Manager.
CRTFTAL LAKE HOUSE. Freeport. L. I.— Mortem
V> family hotel. ..pen until r»e»-. separate dining room
for Diabetics a specialty. K. I. KHo.~t. I'rorrletor. .
NEW-JERSEY
GALEN HALL
HOTB". AVri SANITORICM.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
r *n*- of The re««rt hrick. I in* and steel buildings, with
tvery comfort. ihi;i »prn always ready, alwaya busy.
flQarlbotoagb - Stenbeint
ATLANTIC riTY. N. J.
WOTPT TJTTTinTT «tlat>Uc City. N. J.
n.UXSUX, KUIfULt. Directly en the Beac»i.
Capacity. l.iNK*. Amerl-an and European plan*. Sos
Water baths: private 'phene?: orchfsira.
CHAP. It. MYKRS. Owner. 1
THE NEW~MONMOUfHT
SPRIHQ LAKE BEACH, N. J.
REMAINS ATTRACTIVE 111 RINK sSEPTEM n
rtidine. Kriv'.rc. Autoanobilinlc,
Tennis. <;<jlf. -n«eing, Bathing.
FRANK F. SHITE. Manager.
ASBURY PARK. N. J.
The - a»l-,lns;t<»n. Mt 7th aye.. North F:d« . the hreety side,
near the ocean: 4.". slipping rooms, with extra blind doors.
wide porch. also uri 1 " 1 porches; all modern conveniences,
time management for eight war* vast
SOMERSET INN
JISV EIGHT COTTAOKS BKANARDSVILIJt. N. J.
S3 miles from New York m Larkawvnna K. X . vis W.
SSd. Christopher or D. «■*:."• -t. Ferry. Altitude. *ns •*•:.
Opens May lit. fitSSJ P. PHBL.PB. Manager
Telephon* vr» Bernards ville.
77LIJERON. N. J. TOWERS COURT, new. strictly high
I J class, refined family nome. with cottages and baota
•esi; American and Euiopetn plan; so otlws* place Ilk* II
OB any coast. Booklets.
fENXSVIA'AMA.
POCO^O MOUNTAIN HOUSE
AND SPRINGS,
-VT.T. POCOMO r»^L.
Elevation. 1 *;« fe«t Golf. Riding School. 15 horses.
Fisest air and water In the world. Open through
September and October. Booklet. . - •
E. P. HOOKER. Jr.
KITTATINNY.
DELAWARE: HATER GAP. PA.
This Paradl«e if America. Capacity, 400 Open from
Hay till November. I'H hours from New Tork via Dala
»tr- & Lackawanna H R.. without change of cars. Auto
garage. Write for special rates and Illustrated 1 booklet.
CHARLES E. COPE.
*~ ~ * ' '
cos\t:cticot.
EDGEWOOD INN
EDGEWOOD PARK.
GREENWICH »ON THE SOUND), COXK.
•caetlfu located resor: hotel. Select patronage, 1M
room* en suite, with baths and all modern appoint ma—,
Caref-jl BS«rloa In ell departments. Casino. Golf. Tennis,
Bowling Riding and Driving. Superior table and auto
auariers. We:; kept walks and drives. In a picturesque
country. «£ minutes from New York via New Hav»a
R. It
D P. PIMPf?OV. Manager.
t Aast Mgr Laurel House. l*kawood. N. J.
STORAGE NOTICES.
PEOPLF/8 ?t>">ra<;f. CO..
232 ana 254 West 2»th at., New York.
To James Walker. Amanda Allen. Rl!i
H^ld. R. Broa-lur. Elmer Smith. Florence
Weodia. A •' Fteptowe, Arthur Mnoie.
Sarah Sl'-Csrthr. iSaran Powell. Isabella.
Krwi'tt. Helen Smith. Mr« W. M Carson,
Charles Father. Essie Parker-. I^ena Bmwn.
Jamas Washington R. P Wwi»ant Delia
Eiockman: You are hereby notified that the
time for pa>rr*nt 'if the li»n I hold upon the
household roods and personal effe»t«. stared
by you in my warehouse having expired, af
ter due notice has been snen you. such
IPOf!«rty will h« sold at public auction <-n
Tuesday ember 4th. at 254 West 20th
it. X«w Tork. unless ctianrM ar« paid he
f«f». -
" "PEOPLE'S f TORAOE WAREHOVEEJ.
Tl IFH 1.1 II \'.
TYPEWRITERS — All makes aold. rented.
repaired, exchanged.; reliable service.
OORMAN. "9 Nassau st. Telephone 1749—
H) I I WANTED.
Male.
SOTS WANTED - 'Vowel l c Wrde 42*
Vrtt Broadway.
Dttt'OOICT. -Registered Aram clerk wanted
In Nearark. N. .' ; American preferred;
must be rellaK" and have good references.
Oil or writ* W. A DEMAItKST. cf <3uirles
2:. CHttenton & Co.. 115 K*ulton at.. New
Torfc City.
sVAUECMAX — Wjnrea. a c«pab!«. Industrl
«us man to r.-nrit on salary and commli
mum. permanent po«l:ion !r. an established
bce!r.e*t a::-J good orrortunlty to light rarty-
AMm* OPPOP.TT/nTTT. Rot ». Tribune
(Mstaa.
WANTED ■Wiric.iiß fanner ani wif« who
la butter Riakcr 0r.4 can board the help:
n.«.n to work with and understand help and
be practical; mutt have some knowledge ft
cMektm- Apply by letter «Bl>. FARMER.
H'K-m 4A 111 Broadway
-male.
CU9KB. "rhatniyrnalris and general hous«
«"Orkerfc: .*ttM«.|;. no rf>an»»- for obtain
ii.s u..t during sunjm*! li.'.ntiii.. SWART
i:;:p. -Bwßßau. tsuj st. sbj Coiuuii>us
Summer Resorts.
M!B H.Mr>HUII
THE WAUMBEK
AND COTTAGES
;At ■Jefferson. New Hampshire, in the \\ ■■)• • Mountains,
cow PCI for the Bumrr.'r ?e«s.-r..
A. J- MURPHT. Manager.
MAPLEWOOD HOTEL
WHITE
MIS
Mtrirwuon. n II Open until Pept.
2Stli Social ar.d Scenic Centre. High
Altitude. No Hay Fever. I*-HOI.E
.; : F •'••■ "><-■ MMI KWdOll < <>T
fhtiK opposite: accommodates 13S Open
until Oct. St. Terms moderate, booklet.
LEON H. CILLBY. Manager.
VIRI.INM
Virginia Hot Springs
■ 2.500 IFI T ELEVATION. Oil V Ml IMF YEAR.
Mater* l.athn. hotels' and scenery n.v«l-..-r.- equnllnl.
Rheumatism. gout and nervous > diseases cured. Com
plete hj-drother/ipeu'ic apparatus. *.!apan**e palm room,
golf, swltnmlnc pool, fine livery and outdoor . pastimes.
THE NEW HOMESTEAD Is modern In the strictest sense
and patronized by the highest class. Broken.' office with
direct N. Y. wire. . ■
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allows sf?pover at C«vington. Va . on through tickets to
Cincinnati. Loulsvljle. Chicago. St.. Louts and the « es«.,
for side trip to Virginia Hot Spring*
Pullman compartment car. via Washington, leaves
N. T. 4.53 m.. arrives Springs 825 a. m.. eastern time
Excursion tickets at C & O office. 362 Broadway. 243
SOt Aye. and offices Penna. R. R. and connecting lines.
' ' FRED STERRV. Manager Hot Springs. Va.
Co-.ivtrii Hoard.
A.:— SARATOGA SPRINGS. V V.— New Columbian
. Hotel, opposite Congress Springs and Convention
Hall. Terms European. $1.50 dally. Including bath;
American. $3.50.
Sotice o,
ayPREMB ;C6CRT OF THE STATE OF NEW
YoRK ■■ retrr H»rc!»>. Plaintiff, asalnst Rudolph
Simon. *Vl!llani Clark. Theodore Kiev anil "Mary
Kieval. the wife of said Theodore Kieval. the said name
"MsrvV being fictitious, her rea . Christian name brine
unknown to plaintiff, defendants. Trial desired In the
County of New York Suinm-n«. To th« above named
I>«fendants »n<l each o? them: -' ...
You are tori-bv summoned to answer the complaint in
th's action and to serve a .■ "y of your answer m the
Plaintiff's Attorney within twenty .la>!< after the service
*f this «umm->ns exclusive of the .lay of service, and in
cat e r.f your failure to appear or answer. Judgment will
be taken agaltis* yoi by ucfaalt for the relief demanded
tn the complain.
■ Psted July STri. limn.
WILLIAM T CROAK Attorney for Plaintiff; office an.l
Post Office Address. !29 Hroadway. New York City.
• N. T.
To the defendant*. Theodore Kieval and "Mary" Kieval.
the wife cf said Theodore Kieval the «a!<l name "Mary"
r-ir,r fictitious, her resl <:hrl*tlan name being unknown to
Plaintiff. ....
■ Th<» foregoing summons Is serveo upon you by publi
cation, pursuant to an order of . the Hon. .lames A,
Blsnchsrd. a Justice of the Supreme Court of the State
of New York, dated the 24th day of July, IW<«. an.i filed
with the eompl-imt in the rfflce of the <lerk of th.'
County of New York, nt the County Court House In Th*
Borough of. Manhattan. City. County and State of New
Y< rk. en the 2.Mh day of July. 1106
Dated July 2T.th. I»K'..
WILLIAM T. CROAK. Attorney for Plaintiff; Office and
I'ost Office Address. TM Broadway, New York City,
X T.
S^l PKEME rOntT. NEW YORK COUNTY.—
*■" Manhattan MmtßHice Company. Plaintiff, against
Herman Straus*. William T. Hookey. Susan M. Tuthlll.
the IVlham Opera tine Company. Cornelia B. Smith. Jo
seph Handley. James X. Carpi-** and Henry F. Keyser.
Defendants. Summons. Trial desired In New York
County. To the above-named Defendants: You «r- here
by summoned to answer th>- complaint in this action nni
t<> serve a copy of your answer on thi» Plaintiff's attor
neys within twenty days after 'he service of this sum
mons, exclusive of the day of service; an<T In ca«c of
your failure to appear, or answer, .i;iiE;nent will be
taken agcinst you by default for the relief demanded
in -he complaint.
Dated New York, June 'Jlst. lOfir.
CARRfNGTON A PIERCE,
Plaintiffs Attorney*
PoMofflce address and office. No. '&** Broadway, noroairh
.->f Manhattan. New York city.
To Herman Strauss and Cornells B. Smith and to each
of them: The foregoing summons is served upen you by
publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon. Edsar A.
Srencer. a Justire of the Supreme Court of the ?tat«
of New York. irated August 13th. 1908, and fllril with
the complaint in the oflicc of the Clerk of the County of
New York, at the County four; house. In the Borough
of Manhattan, of the City of New York, on the 15th day
of August. 100 T.
Dated New York Ausi:st lfith. If*ifi.
CARRINQTON * PIERCE.
Plaintiff' Attorneys.
Office and po»toffice addre*?. No 2«»<» Broadway. Borough
of Manhattan. New York City.
Citations.
rj«IIE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK, by the Grace of Ood Free and Independent:
To Solomcn T. Sstterwhit*. Lucy A. Cannady. John c
Sstterwhlte. Madison Satterwhite. Mary Currin and
•""athcrlne <~ rrin. all of full age. the heirs and next of
kin of Jam-- A. Patterwhite. deceived, send greet-
Ing: Whereas William IT. P.. Patterwhite has lately ap
plii»d to the Surrogate's court of our County of New York
to ha\e a certain instrument in writing, relating to both
real and personal property, duly proved as th» last Will
and Testament of James A. Satterwhit*, late of the
County of New York. deceased. Therefor*-. j-ou and each
of you «re cited to appear before the Surrogate of our
County of New YorV. at his office In the County of New
York, an the 7th day of September, one thousand nine
hundred «rd it*. at half-past ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that day. then and there to attend the pr..i\ite of the
said last Will end Tenement.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. We have caused the Seal
of the Surrogate's Court of the saM County of New York
to h» hereunto affixed.
Witness, Hon. Abner C Thomas. Surrogate of our said
County of New York, at said County, the
[Seal. l 12th day of July, in the year of our Lord,
_" * «>np thousand nine hundred and six.
SCSI'S' J: POWPNEY. Clerk of the Surrogate Court.
HAP.RY "W. MACK. Attorney for Petitioner. IS William
■t.. Manhattan. New Tork.
fllE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
M. York, by th grzre of Gkvl free and independent.— To
Mary E Pm1 "*- Wtllism James Dunphy. Millie Pawyer
Frsnk Dunphy. Milton Dunphy. Mabel Dunphy. Winnie
Punpriy. Edtth Dunphy. Emma L. Dunphy. Catherine K.
Barni^oat Tyiul^a B. Fitz. Minnie Fllnn and Alice Jam*
*"n, the heirs " n<l next of kin of Martha A. Rohv. de
',l. „ f * n / * **" f Aaron P. Garrahrant. of
Jl,. ■ i- ct N * w ToTk - ha " la " Iy applied to th* Surro
gate. C vn nt OUr ,v, untv nf Srm York, to have a
certain Instrument In writing, dated October 24. Iflf>l
relating to both real md pTsonal property, duly prove.i
aj the last will ,Br., B r.' 1 testament of Martha A. Roby. late
of the bounty of New York, deceased therefore you and
each r-J.JT 1 are rl '"i to " pp * sr 1-for- th Surrogate of
our Count,- of New York, at his office In the County of
New York, on the 13th day of September cne thou
»and nine hundred iiM six. at half-past ten o'clock in
the forenoon of that flay then and there to attend t e
probate of the said '*«• will and testament. And such
of you as are herbv cited as are under the age of twen
ty-ron<» years are lequlred to appear by you- guardian If
you have one. or if you have none, to appear and apply
Tor one to be appointed, or In ttw event of your neglect
or failure to do «o. a guardian will he appointed hv the
9urr<)gat«- to represent and art for you in the proceeding
In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of the
.. * 1 Surrogate's Const of the »aM County of New
11... F.I \orl; to *• hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon.
;„ ABVER C. THOMAS, , SurroßSt.- of our
said County of New Yo:k. at said county, the 17th day of
July. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred
end si*. DANIBL J. DOWDNEY.
clerk of the Surrogate's Court
CHARLES P. HAIJiOCK. Attorney for Petitioner No
20A" Boston Road. New York City.
WORK WANTED.
(ltnailons TT^ntrd — Mai' nmj F--in«l» —
Four lines (not exceeding !4 words >.
three Insertions. 16 cents; seven lnser
tlons. 90 cents. Exceedinjf 24 words and
leas than 40 words, three Insertions. II
rents; seven insertion*. 60 cents.
Male
A'VOUNT ANT - Twenty years' experience
general offices large trunk lire railroads
R. A. H.. Va West IS6th st
ATTENDANT. COMPANION to an invalid;
experienced, educated, gentlemanly; New-
York reference! : accustomed to travel.
GRAHAM. «» Islington aye
ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER. — By young
man 23; can do typewriting. T. B. 8.,
lA4 East S2d st.
AT ANYTHING. —WouId like cfßee work.
ROBERT RIOBBY. 7 Überty St.. Brook
lyn
BOOKKEETrR. CORRESPONDENT and
OFFICE MANAGER .\t present em
ployed; best references and bonds to extent
of requirements. Address M M.. 2M Bth
aye.
BOOKKEEPER. Toun* man: «s»d 24; ex
peclenced bookkeeper and *ai»»in*n. will -
Inc to accept, position In either capacity:
will accept one where both ar# ertentlal. s
IJACHESIIKIMEP.. 24 Avenue D.
BOT. IT. weyM like to learn the electrical
or printing trade, with «iii%: salary: ref
erence. HARRY EHREN3TEIN". 204-2OA
East «ata at.
BOT w!Am position In engineer's ofS-e or
at dfttwtnt- fiibi> i:bberlenijer,
S« 10th *a vs.
BOT. 1». wisha* to learn food trade rHKD
Ut:B 2SI Ralph St., Hrookiyn.
CUCRK. — Toitnc man. apod 19; fitoek
cl«rk «r packer: three years' eijierience.
CHARL.KK J. VaLuaINE. 41 Orand st.
CHAT:FFT:UR— Whit*; lailflllwi 111 with
OMillac; references. Addrers 3. ■ It. AN
VONIDES. Great Neck. I»ns Inland.
rHAT^FraM.II. Age 25: private family pre
ferred: thoroughly erpe>rt»noed; A I r^fer
*('♦; «•• an>wher«. operate any make of
rar:' nt rr^sent •r.Kln*er. OTTO F.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THFRSD AY. AT'OFST 2.1 1006.
rnHE PEOPLE OF THE state ■■ OF NEW ;
" ' : . Vert ■'■' gran nt C,n<\ free r-1 i lnd»p»nden* to ,
Ida 11. Dunhim (formerly }.-r« ii. N.i ■»■•' Kate K. ;I ;«Jd-.
say (formerly Kate H. Theod.ir Wolfan «l _ Da \ld
D. Allerton. as executors. under the will of FTeaaricK t.
Goldfmlth. deceaae*. a creditor anil a surety on p»'i
tloner-s official bond; WlUle Watson Wllmot. as •««««
trlx under th« win of Charles B. Wllraot. .deceased. , a
surety on r^ttlonrr-s official bond; Albert H. l^y.en. ;
M. D. ; Theodore BJorst«n. Charles T. Cameron. Frank J.
Msgulr>; Slegfr. Oruner & Co. a copartnership com
posed of Slegfr. Gruner and Henry Fchaefrr; H. Henta
A Co.. a coptrtnerahlp composed of Henry HenU. Peter
A. L"mon. Theodore Ea-tmond. Leonard 9. Hentz an.l
David C. Hopkins; Hancock & Co.. a copartnership coin
nosed of Ellfha A. Hancock, James Hancock and Georsre
T. Omerly: Andrus & Bums, a copartnership compo—u
of Charles XV. Andms and Henry Burns: W. D. Roun
tree & Co.. a copartnership composed of « llllam V.
Rountree and Albert 1. Rountree; Mtlmlne. Bodtnan &
Co. a copartnership composed of George Mllmlne. Edward
c. Hodman. Charles E. Mllmlne. Luther Bodman «nd 1
Elliot H. Fhelps; Herklotz. Corn A Co.. a copartnership
composed of John H. HerKlotz and Charles O. •■•>">:
James M. Martin A Co.. a copartnership composed or
James M. Martin and John B. Drayton; Alfred L Rus
sell. Charles B. Gale: W. H. Story A Co.. a copartnership
composed of Jacob 11. Halstrd and Henry Story; Oorp*
W. Wells. M. D. : Western Union Tel. Co.. a corporation;
William H. Hobert. John P. Ruf. P. D. P : Postal Telft
graph Cable Co.. a corporation; Wager & Moore, a co
partnership compoFed* of Mortimer H. Wager and Carey
W. Moore; Thomas S. Young. Oscar F. Llndman. Joseph
C. Wiswell: Norton Si Worthington. a copartnership com
posed of John 11. Nor.on and Edward S. Worthlngton;
Ulan A. Cnderwood: Corn Exchange Bank, a corpora
tion; Edward F. O'Neill; "The Rutland." a corporation;
New York Produce Exchange: Arnold. Constable & to. a
copartnership composed of James M Constable, Kredeilck
A. Constable and Hlckr Arnold. Individually and* M •»
slgnfe of Victor Paur; John Ihlefeld. Charles B. \ «n Kir«.
Frank M. H«yt : Slawsoa Brothers, a copartnership comp
osed of Daniel 8. Slawson. Loton Horton. Isaac »»n
Bonsel. Edwin A. Young. Sagar J. Slawson. Jefferson
D. Fuller. Charles B. Carpenter. Thomas B. Evans and
Loton H. Plawson; Charles R. Cushlng. John F. Hoopn
Fred W. Harrison. Philip It. Jones; Stern Brothers'.- a
copartnership composed of Isaac Stern. l^)iii» Stern ana
Benjamin Stern: B. Alttnan A Co.. composed solely or
Benjamin Altman; Abbe & Fisk. a copartnership com
posed of Robert Abbe and Arthur L. Fisk; I»rd & Tay
lor composed solely of Edward P. Hatch: . Bannon &
Rlchter a copartnership composed 1 of Kate. It. Hannon
and Elizabeth Klchter; August Elt*en. Joshua E. A.
Moore; Sophia A Manettl. as administratrix of the «*-■
tate of Louis A. Mazxettl. deceased; Victor Paur wliosn
claim against deceased was duly assigned to Arnold
Constable A Co.; Polomon Stein. Mary M. <lancy. Noah
R. Hhute. Kdward P. Turner. Charlea C. Page. Margaret
Cronln. Elizabeth Hafleirh. J. Emlle Er^ens; « onsoll
dated Gas Co.. a corporation; J. O. Steever & < P.. coni
rosed solely of Jerome <-.. Soever: Ann Hallett: James
McCreerv A Co a copartnership composed soieij or
James atcCreery. .1. <Tawford Me reery and Thomas
Ro).eveer; Theoclor Wolf. individual^ ; I lie rhomns .1.
Stewart Co.. a corporation; Pursell Mfg. Co.. a corporn
tlon; John J. Pierce; Acker. Merrall fr Condlt. a corpora
tion; Madison Avenue repository A *»«• for Wom
an's Work, a corparatlon. Aaron .' • uifford ,««'»»'«
Burns: Ernest H. Kail. aseinnee-of F. B. « uthbert A
Co.: E. B. Cuthbert & Co.. compose.) solely of K.l»ard
B. « uthbfrt. asflsnor. and to all persons interested in
the estate of < hnrl^s S. HilUftt, late of the county of
New York, deceased, as creditor*, . next of kin. or ™n»r
wi*e srnd preetln*; You and esch of you are hereby
cited «n./ required personally to he and appear before
our Surrogate of the County of New Nork. at the Surro
gates' .ourt of *ald county, held at the County Court
house. in th.> County of New York, on the sth day of
October. Hir«. at half past ten « clock in th- f'v* '"••;»
of that .lav. then and them to attend a final judicial tet
t!em™nt of the account of proceedins* of Ida H f I>unn.»in
.formerly Ida H. Halletti. as administratrix of the K«"'«.
chattels and credits of said deceased; and such of >w
as are hereby clte.l. as are under the age »' >-° r *
years, are required to appear by . your guard.an if you
have one. or If you have hone, to appear »n.l nppl> ror
on- to be appointed, or i.» the event of vnnr!,ne«lfct-»r
failure to do *o. a guardian will be appointed by th- Sur
locate io represent and act for you in the prxßeeuing.
in testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of the
Surrogate's Court or the said County of New Tort to be
hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon.
Iseal of the Sur Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of
rotates' Court.] our said county, at the County of New
York, the i'.Vh .lay of June, in the
year of our Lord one thousand nln- hundred ntvi six.
. DANIEL J. DO\M>NE\.
Clerk of the Surrogates' Court.
BALDWIN * BLACKMAR,
Attorneys for said Administratrix. , •»
No. 31 Nassau Street.
Manhattan Borough. New York City.
Summons.
rpilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York by the grace of 'Tod free and Independent.—
Theodore Bloch. Jacques Bloch. Jullen Bteeti, Alice itluuh.
Juliette Rueff. Anna L*vr. F!orlnf Blocft. Isaac Echwob.
Raphael Schwob. Jeanne Schwob. Lade Dldlsholm.
Hlanche Dldevlielm. Armnnd Bchwob. Rene Schwob.
Maurice S^hwob. Armani) Bchwob (also known us Corses
Leprevot), riamuel Geismar Simon Gei?mar. »ipn!a
Rchwob Rabette ISprgheirne.-. Salmon «!elsiniir, S>'rM«
Hergheim. Bertha Calm. Rosa Grumi.a li. Leopoldlne
Manuel. Haenchen n«-ighclm«-r. Bmelte f-'chwol.. .!•.■»» pliln*
Dreyfus, Salomon Berghelmer. Rosa Uerjneim«r, Mnrle
I^eyen.-. Henrlette Bar. Fanny l*n^. UavlJ Berghtlmei.
Sarah Tollman. Mathllde Diedesne.ui. FaraU C.ußenhelm.
Alpiionse Dreyfus. Aug»ste Dreyfus. lti«odi>r« I'reyfus.
Km.lie Plllods. Sylvaln Willa-.l .; Wyi*r. l.uolen Mo •
fus. Maurice Dreyfus. Clemens-? Ka'in. Bmma Wyler.
Ernest Dreyfus. Emilia Dreyf-ia. l.c>ni» l>reyfjs>. Maur
ice Dreyfus. Blanche Schwob. r»«| Nordmnn. I^>uise
Uhmanti. Marianne Marx. Sophie L>avlJ. Alplions- AVcog.
Anna Levy Jacques Woog. Moi«# Fchwuli, A<Klpn#
«chwob Camille Wtling. riuzan"-; Schwob. Alfred S.
Heidelbach. an ex,- •■» <r namoil In th. will "f Chan»j
Rubens, deceased the tiii an.". n»\t •■' klii of Uiar.fs
Rubens (also known r.s Saraiol «'««), uVeeased: pen I
greeting: Whereas. Henry It. IckelhtlMer. •' the ,Uy ■•♦
New Yf.ik has lately arplled to the Surroiyite s < ourt
«' cur county of New York. to have two certain instru
ment* In writing;, bearing date of the 2nd day of January.
100«, and the 6th day of March. I!*M".. respectively, relat
ing to both real and personal property, duly pr.wecl as
the. last will ami testament of Charles Rubens «a!»o
known as Samuel Woogi. late of the city of Paris. France,
deceased. Therefore you and ea:h of you are cited to
appear before the Surrogate of our County of New York.
«t his oftlce In the County of New York. on the 12th day
of September, one thousand nine hundred and «lx. at
half-nast ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day. then
and ther* to attend th« probate of the saM last will and
testament. And sutti of you as are hereby cited as are
under the as* fit twenty-one years are required to ap
pear by your guardian. If you have one. or If you have
none, to appear and apply for on* to be appointed. or
in the ev*nt of your neglect or failure to do so. a
guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent
and act for >nu In the proceeding. . •.-...: \»'s. :
In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
■ 11. SI York to he hereunto affixed. Witness. linn
ABNER C. THOMAS, :i t*ariogate of our said
County of New York, at >ai.l count' . the l!«h day of
July in the year of our I*>rd one thousand nine hundred
and six DANIEL J. DOWDNKY. Clerk of the Surro
gate's Court. ' . _,
rOUDF.UT BROTHERS. Attorneys for Petitioner. Tl
Broadway, Manhattan. N. T. City.
rmiE~riE(»l'Lß OF THE~ STATE OF XKW
York, by the Grace of Go- Free and IndejM-ncent. T.i
Emily V ' J.'hiinton, <Jeorjtr- ,T. Braril«h. Francis .1 7Am
mermann William F. /.Immermann. Arthur C. Zlmmer
lviinn Mary W. Geriiard. Aw»« S. Zlminermanii. Join
Johnstene. Henry C. Johnston William R. Johnston.
Eupheme S. Jphn»t«n, Mary W. Johnston, Margaret A
Johnston. Francis J. Hopson. William O. Hopfton, Annls
J Bryan Paul G. Zlmmermann. <>ru« J. K!mmermann,
William F Zlmmermann, <'harle» F. Ztininrrmann. Her
mine C Johnston. F-.ilth S. Johnston. Margaret S. John
ston Bertha 7. Bradish Frederick Gerhard. Katherin« A.
Johnston. iliirles Z. Gerhard. Paul Gerhard. Isabella
Gerhard Edward A. Gerhard. UlHegdriVp Gerhard. Francis
I Oerhard Howard D. SMmmermann. Eleanor J. Zimnier
iriunn Helen Rra.:!*M. George Johnstot: Rrarilsb. Jr.
Michael Cahll!. Edwtn W. Hopaon. sent. s;ieet!ng: You
nr.d each of you are hereby i-ltetl and reqiilr»tl personally
t-, be and to" appear befor. 1 our Purrogate of the County
of New York, at the Surrogate' * Court of aa!J County.
held a* the County court House, in the Count.- of \e-.v
York on th" l*th flay of September. itKW. at half-past
ten o'clock In the forenoon c' thin .'ay. then and the:*.
t . show cause why vranci? L" Johnatcre anouV) not )■•
appointed to net with I.oiits M'>rrl« Johrstone. «•• Co
trustee nt the tnißts created n>-<lei an. 1 by virtuo of the
Last Will and Tfstnrnent of Mnry Williainson JohnMor.
deceased, as «nc-fMo- to .Tr>li»! H. Hlnton. deceased: an f l
ruch of • ■•"■': as ir» hereby <* ted, a* are muter the Aze of
twenty -one years. a-e require*] to appear by >our gusr
rilan. If wiu have or*. or if sou have non» to appear an!
apply ' -i on* to be a;>n-i|nted. or In the e»eiu of your
noglect or failure to do so, a ruar^ian will be appointed
by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in the |iro
cr»^lnK.
In Teatirornj Whereof. V. '•» have c«-.is»<l the Sral of th»
Purroga*e's Cottr( «f the «!>:<l Count of New
{Seal. 1 York In be 'ere'jn'o affix"). Witness. Hon
AK\i:i> <• THOMAS, a Surrogate ••' said
| County, of th» County or New York, the ltth .lav of
JiiK-. in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hun-
I dred and six. DANTFIL J. DOWDNKY.
I Clerk <f the Surrogate's Court.
I 4 DVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS for The
Jt-\. Tribune received at their Uptown ofllc*. No. 1384
Brcadway. 1 etween ?.r,th and 37th us., until 9 o'clock p. ill.
Advertisements tecrlved at the following branch offices at
regular office rates untfl S o'clock p. m. vlx. : 2M th
aye.. ►. c. cor. ?3d st : IBS «th »v», or. 12th st.: 92 East
Mth M.. sft" West 42d st. between "th and Sth ayes ;
2fi3 West 111 th st.: ISIS 31 aye. between Tfith and 77th
us 1026 Sri aye. near 6l«t St.: 17OS Ist aye. near RUth
»•.: ;r.7 VJasr '?.*tn »t : -,W. Tremont aye.; CBO 3d aye..
near 41st *t. : KB4 3d aye. : 210 Ftleecker sV
ffOKK WANTED.
Ms!«.
CHAVFFEI.R or PRIVATE SECRETARY.
— By gentleman . confidential position with
Al party; technical and practical experi
ence in mechanical trade. Tfil'B AS
6TF3EL. Box 3S, Tribune Office.
CHArFFBUR Colored: experienced for
eign and American gasolene cars: good
reference, from last employer. r. H.. .TU)
West Mil st . care. Mack
CHAI'FFBITR.- Sober and reliable; three
years' experience: does own repairing;
ncnuainted with all cars; best reference.
C, H. BADGER. 3504 Boulevard. Jersey
City.
CHAI.'FFBI'R.- CWored; with private fam
ily; city or country: thoroughly under
stands his burluens and all makes of ma -
chines. Address R. P.. 309 West -"IT I I > si
CHAITFFRrR. - Bxperlen.-«-<l in driving and
repairing: best reference* H. BARN
WELL. i:» West Ii Kith st.
CHAUFFEUR. — Much experienced: city p.r
country; good reference. J. MARCI'X.
XM>S Islington aye.
CHAt'FFEl'R.— l'ndaratanda K?»rdeninK: so
ber, steady: references. CHAUFFEUR,
rare of advertlrlng office, 1070 2>l aye.
OOLLFIi-TOR and CLAIM CXmRKBPOND
KNT.— By bookkeeper. 3fl; 30 a week; ex
ertitlve ability: references, bond. GEORGE
W. SMITH. 134 West 7lrth st.
COMPOSITOR. — TborouKhly cxpei lem-ed
jobbing hand; aged SO; references extend-
Ing over U» yearn; position In New York •*
vicinity. Address f;Hli*ia 4 Barrow at.
DEBIONER and CUTTER. — Gentlemen's
and bo}a' garments: position where. be can
ge: eip«rlence. Address NICOLA RIlX!1O,
3" Grand st.
DUrECTIVR would Ilka i.o«ltinn in large
office building or bank. Address V., Jiox
28, Tribune. Office
KM* TRUMAN. - Emperlenctd helper T
KBOOH. 160 Kast bid st
ELECTRICIAN.— Young man. with tons
knowletlur. wishes to l^rn pr.utlr.il elec
trical work m* helper; a.-.y conditional has
tool- NICHOLAS STAVUJSCO, 171 East
Citations.
WORK WANTED.
Male
FOR F.MAN.-- By me-riiini<-: frith' flr»t class
concern:; 10 year*' practical experlenr* 011
to.M». experimental work, metal pattern*.
Facial machinery. Instrumental work nr 1
■ utrtmobilrs HONKST. F.ox TO Tribune
Office. •
PlßKTMA.V.— Experienced or. toiler* ard
machinery: position wh«re he ran cora ■
pleip himself »p entcin'er. firm rln*a lefer
t-n.es. P. DAHIJIAN, 42i - . Ea»t 6«th at.
MASSEI'R wants one or two more j>at>m»;
wmi d tarn for invalid or elderly sentt«
man pan rf day: patients an.l physicians'
references I"ITr.<"!ErtAI^D. 4(V> v. S7»]i st.
MOIXDEH'H HRLPKR - «tr-,n« ? vounc
n-an. TOM JESSAITES, MO Metropolitan
»ie . ltr.iul.lMi.
MANAGERS ASSISTANT and PRIVATE
SKcRErrARY. -n> younK man. 23- from
the country: ■ ;u> do (leuograpby typenTlt-
Ir.K. tlin*kc?ptng. etc.: good aI "flK >,. .
wants responsible position: fcur \ears 1 ex
perience: salary $1* and ir,.'rra»tfl accord
ing to ability.; would not object to going tut
of city; excellent refeience*. Address L. B
Box 40«. Tribune Office.
MASON. I'l.astkrbi: Ceberal ration"
contract or day's work; work for land
inrdK^ general repairinf; In houses- low
rrieeH pnOCHNOW. 313 East 81st st.
OFFICE WORK By young man. 18- two
years' experience; ha* souii knowledge t.f
t>;>ewritln« only; public school graduate
re»i<>.s with parent*. L., iiox 4. Tribune
Ofttct-.
OFFICE WORK.— By young man; hone«
ullllim: «...,,( at Asures; references
<^AKL.KS VANDKRBECK, Westwood!
ADVERTISEMENTS and sut«cr!pHor.« fur
The Tribune received at thi-ir Upton r
OSlce. No. 1304 Broadway, between ami.
and with sta., until 9 o'clock p. m. Ad\«r
titerarnti received at th« follnw s oranen
'.fßro* at regular office rates until 8 a'ciocc
r m.. vis : 254 b!h ■*•• ■■ •. p r 2sa «.;
183 6th aye.. cor. 12th St.; «2 Kast Mtn Si. :
a. 1 .'?" * 3 St.. between ?th end Btn av«^;
S«» West 125 th St.: 13SS 8d ay* . oei«*->n
;«th and 77th »ts . 102H flit aye.. near «Jut
•«■ l'<* »v», near With at ; 167 Bbm
I* 1 a st.; 73« Tnnoat a*e.; 650 3d »v«.
WORK WANTED.
Mate.
OFFICE' WORK by; your* ,in"'l, in "' l^ I ,vSce
ha over five til. . "pel ■■■' ' in i-efn c*.
»nd c!»rlc«l worV: ,-,-1 r-'e-er « KLMEK
'■"AN IBS Ka.'t .vV.11.«t.'... v V.11.«t.'.. : * ' '"
PATTERN MAKER.— Tw.e lve >•?•;*„. " ,",
rtence; speaks Uttl'-- KiiElirh: •*-■-•- »•
KINON. 024 Vanderbllt aye.; Brooklyn.
PRESSMAN.— UaITweaI or. Gordon; «•*£•
years* experience: alse cutting •"<»•*•
chari?».of presses; married; steady portion.
PAUL ROSeNTHAL. SUB Eaat Tlst St.
PHIPPER —Export r.r domestic; nine years
experience; can systematic and »"«'•
help to best advanta«e: tu\\ charge oniy.
F. H.. SilSASth si., nwwiklyn.
STEAMFITTER-S HEIJ*BR.— Steady posj
tlon; 2\s years" experience; high and l«w
pressure, work. J. DUFFT. 14 Reid eve..
Brooklyn.
STENOGRAPHER.— Aged IV beginner; In
dustrious ani willing; references. C. »■.
Box 31. Tribune Office.
UPHOLSTERER.— By young man: experi
ence in hctel work and carpet layl "fi
f*ll TPHOLSTBRER. <*re Otto Schlck. 843
Eaat AOth at.
YOI'NO MAN. 1»; !n Jewwlry business; two
years' experience. FOERSTER. 1«4« Park
Place. Tlrocklyn
TOt'NG MAN; understands rwnnlng motors
and wiring, etc.: five years' experience.
Address WARRBN WITSB. 40« Cypress
aye.. Hvergteen, lx>ng Island.
YOPNO MAN. — Aved 24; to karn press
feeding; best reference from lsst em
ployer. .1. H M . 203 East 49th st.
YOI'NO MAN wlsl>es to learn a trade or
do anything. FREIi SCMALI^IR. 2252
2d aye
TOUNO MAN. 34. desires position at any
thing; good reference. ANDREW RICW
AF.P. 112 East 121 st st.
YOI'NG MAN. Industrious, willing, would
like position where he ran learn the auto
mobile business and earn a salary. Address
A. STRAPSS. 1«T« Ist aye
Yorxr, MAN, l!». desires ration in auto
mobile shop; has had thre« years' expert
ence In machine shop. Address CHARLES'
rtAIF.n. 14(17 2.1 aye.
YOUNG MA.N desires position it an>thlnir;
two years' experience as nickel plater
AUGUST HRARIE. 443 East "Ist st.
■ Female.
DRESSMAKER. Out by the day. $1.80;
weekly. ?8; private families; good fitter
and draper; suits made at h.-.mr: reasonable.
M'»*ARTHT. S*4 I^xlr.Rton ava.
STBNOOKAPHBR. recently resigned diffi
cult position, desires opportunity reputa
ble firm requiring expert work few hours
daily: a trustworthy secretary; six years'
references; business: personal Address.
REWARD OF MBRIT. Tribune Vptown
Office. l.3fM Broadway. ' .
IM).UBSTIC SITUATION., v \\iki>
SHsjaUasa Wanted — Male and Femaie —
Four lines (not exceeding 34 words), three
.nsertlons. l."> cents: seven Insertions. 3U
vents Exceeding 24 words and l«ss than 4U
words, three Insertions. SO cents; seven in
sertions. 6U cents.
BI'TLER — Japanese, honest, excellent l>ut
ler. valet, withe* situation In private
family city or country: best references*.
MIOSHI. Trlhune office
*«11EK. Fir-»t <las.-; good pla.e In restau
rant or clubliouw. FRET. «♦ llalsey at.,
Astoria. l»ng |eland.
COOK.— Parties, luncheons, dinners, etc.,
by first class Swedish cook. ANDER
SON. i'<l Griffith si.,- Jersey City Heights.
N. Y.
COOK or BI'TLBR. Japanese; long ex
perience; c.xpK. butler or valet; exctllent
references. TAKA, UH Sands et.. RK.ok
lyn.
COACHMAN. By a very neat. tidy. »moo»h
faced young man: takes best •■ore of
horsfs. harness, carriages, etc.; cartful
driver: generally useful: excellent refer
ence. WILLIS, at Carpenter'?. 154 6t^ aye.
COACHMAN, first class. slng'e. thoroughly
experienced, care horses, carriages, har
ness; careful driver: city, country; gener
ally useful; lust disengaged: reference^ lust
employee COMPETENT. 224 Eost 421 st.
COACHMAN. — Colored: at any thine: refer
ences from last employer. 17!M> "A u\e..
care Williams.
COACHMAN youn«r Englishman. 27:
abstainer: understands all stable duties:
care of hcrses; good references. JOHN
BVERITT. I.lf'.e Silver. N. J.
COACHMAN. Married two children, can
drive, four first class references from for
mer employers, who can be seen. P. N. 1..
Tribune I'ptown Office. 13«4 Broadway.
COACHMAN. — English: single: first class
references from former employers, who
can be seen. P.. care ilcKernen. 879 "th
aye.
FARMER iWorklrg Foreman* -By a Ger
man; best reference; married, four chll
firen; long experience In all branches farm
ing, machinery, etc.; wife board *ielp.
poultry, fir. PAUL, at carpenter's Bureau.
1M t'.th aye.
FARMER and GARDENBt. -lak« charge
«.f pri\atf cstat". marrlod. no iiuum
bmnccs: thoroughly understands all
brenches farming, gardening. sto<-k and
pnultry: nls > building and taking <are cf
roads: reference- Address FARMER. 330
Ist aye
FARMER (Fore nan >.— Good worker: Amer
ican: has ner'. Ed years at the business;
experienced in ill work; hoi sea, cattle,
pig*: till stork and machinery; excellent
herdsman; forty cows at present: used to
boarding and handling help; RU--.-.-s«ful
with poultry; strictly sober an.l best refer
ences. O C, Carpenter's Bur<au. 154 »!th
aye.
GARDENER —German single. middle
aeed; cood vegetable grower; quite a
tier 1!"!: small greenhouse, can milk, well
re.-r.ni mended: strictly sober. JOSEPH.
Carpenter's Bureau. IS4 «t r> a . ♦
GARDENER and FLORIST.— Elderly Ger
man American; fifty years' experience all
branch*! city <>: v-ouniry; or caretaker.
Address GOTTCHALK. 14fil> I^xlngtur. ay«
GAKPENn! — Married: can take full
chars* of gentleman's place, s' ;t "l refer
ence as to charactar ani capability. Ad
dress <;.. Bos 37. Tribune »»fß(i>.
GARDENER. COACHMAN CARETAKER.
— Thoro-ighly understands e,«-ry branch:
competent to take entir«- charge; .are of
place during winter. if required; highest
reference. GARDENER. Tribuno Uptown
Office. 1364 Broadway.
GARDENER. — By German. marrteO, no
children; lone experir-nc* in e\ery branch.
Bl»«s.' etc : fine v»-«etahl • grower; reliable
man every way; wants a ccttnge. wife
b^atd hel ( i. poultry etc. J.. at Carpenter's
Bureau, 154 «th av^.
JANITOR.- Colored man Care. H. R. Cole.
•;;>• :ii aye.
TEAMSTER and FARMHAND.— Good] un
derstands all kinrtt. of farm machinery
and care of horses, etc. \.. A.. \X: «th ay».
USEFUL MAN. — Middle aged German, sin
gle; gentleman's place, good horseman;
handy, general wont, references. JOHN
G.. 32 Greenwich at.
I'PEFI'L MAN. — Vary andy as steamfltter.
plumber, carpenter: on K*nt!*-n:an'» place;
b«st recomroei.natio:is. J. M , Itox 45
Tribune Office.
VALET, ATTENDANT to an invalid; ex
perienced, educated. gentlemanly; accus
tomed t.i tia\el. New York reference*.
URAH-VM. «>>» l^xlngton me. .
Female.
CHAMBETtMAID.— Uy \oiirs plrl, 21: in
private American famllyV BI.'ITH I.
CASWELU US Ka«t 4Sth st.
COOK and LAUNDRBSS; ot.-ier waitress
and chambermaid; two young Finnish
lrl 9 - city or short distance tut; good refer
ence. JCBSIL.\ BIREAr, ÜBO Lexington
aye.
COOK^-lHrst class,; German. French nt;d
American cocking. iia;>li!«. creams. Ires;
ha* friend laundress; city or country.
MORROWS BUREAU. 721 Lexington a\e..
corner BBth st.
COOK.— First cinss Swedish .-.>,>k; privata
family: t#*t city reference: city or coun
try; wares. &> to fiai. Call tlir«n day*
ANDERSON. 2tl Hrlfflth »t. Jrrsey City
llelitHs. N. J.
COOK.— Flist cl.-»s»; Protestant; ettjr .r
country: best ief»rerce; where help is
given !ii Lit. hen tstl East 25th st
GENERAL IIOCBKWORKEH.— By good
strong tiennan girl: $11. to *ao : private
family preferred Call SCHULTZ KMP
BI'RKAU. \Ki Cast 106 th at., near 3,1 aye
HOrSEWORKER.— By neat 'youns: itlrl;
gcod ccok: excellent laundres»; has
brother, useful ' man: uii'lerstands rows,
hoists, wiilin.'. obllaing; city or country'
MORROW'S bURKAU, 721 I^x!ngt.,n aye.'
corner f.Mh st v
HOUSEWORK. i:> young Finnish gt, i
lately Inn. if I: general housework nr
Mi hermal.l. JI.'SSILA BUREAU. Lex
iiiijii.ii aye.
HOUSEWORK colored |' r i; In aparT
MMit; sleep hcrne; state wages. Address
CHRIS TIAN. 213 Kast IWth St.
INPANI^sTNtTRSBL— RetIabifi; ProUstant
North of Ireland: experienced- taJie
chare, brine up on bottle; reference
vase* *»* 8.57 Park aye.. nr*t floor.
LAUNDRY WORK or tIJCA.VI.Vr; . by
waatnJbtu 1104 reter#llc *- **a*ia. ma
OrEAN STEAMERS
MPii wmbj
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4. M. Oct. 6. ■ ISSt jar •'« month'" lelr
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CHINA. TUB STRAITS =KTTI.KMK.NT?
CEYLON. BIBMAH. INDIA. SOYPT etc.
Parties eastbonnd lee»e New York No». 10.
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Illustrated descriptive prtgrams from
:-;:•. cosx « sum,
245 AND 1.20© BROADWAY. Uft MADISON
AVB>. NOW YORK. ■ .'_
Intended Steamship Palling" _»?«»„, Vg:
eouver for Japan. China and ralli|i»""
Islands: _.
Monteagle A"* -«
Empress of China **-ir?f~,s
11. M 8. Tartar See*. 17
Empress of India iSP-.l
R. S. 8 Athenian Oct. 15
nrarre-o at Japan Oct. -t*
For FIJI. Hawaiian Islands. Australia and
New Zealand- ..
Mlowera Bent. 14'Aorangl. . . . . 0ct .13
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tea Alabama etc. DELIGHTFUL TIUPS.
THB ROUTE TO MIAMI. PALM RJ3ACH.
Fla . Ac «>la Key West*. tvlonlst tlcke*
to California on Inquiry, Our »™"et
"Pocket Guide" free. C. H. UALLORY *
CO.. 12i> Front St.. N. T. f%
SUMMER CRUIS» to NoTa •"*
Newfoundland For rates. BOWRLNG
CO.. 17 Stat* f —^
»TF.\MltO\T>
nn fin ® *fr ifh iIHI AN D p* j i xt * n*
lib 111/ <3> U W uSj NEW ENGLAND
Wireless Telegraphy on all Steamers.
DAYLIGHT THIPS on Long Island tounl.
(SEE special advertisement in Exc. Col.)
FALL RIVER UNE via Newport and Fall
River, Lv# Pier 10. N. R . ft. Warren St..
week days and Sundays ft:3o P. M. Mrs
Priscllla an.l Puritan. Orchestra en each.
PROVIDENCE LINK for Providence. Bos
ton and East. Leave Pier 1». N. R.. toot
Murray St.. week days only, «J:00 P. M.
Steamers Providence «new» and Pilgrim.
Orchestra on each.
NEW BEDFORD LINE for New Bedford.
Martha's Vineyard and Xantucket. Lye.
Pier 40. N. R.. ft. Clarkson St . week days
only, at 5:00. ft. East 22U St.. «: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. riarkson St..
week days only. 6:00 P. M. Also daylight
trip Mondays from Tier 40. N. It.. 10 A. M. ;
ft. East 22U St. 10:45 A. M. Steamers
City of Lowell and Chester W. chapln.
NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven.
Hartford. Springfield, etc. steamer Richard
Peck Iva. Pier 20. E. R.. week days. 2:45
P. M.; guns.. 9.30 A. M Ivs. foot B. 22.1
St.. «»k days. 3 P. 11.: Sues.. 10 A. M.
Sundays due N. Y. on return. 8:45 P. M.
Tickets and Staterooms, all lines, at 19
Park PI.. 245. «73. 1200 and 1354 Broadway.
25 Union 50,.. 182 Fifth Aye.. C 49 Madison
Aye.. 243 Columbus aye.. 105 W. 12f.rh St..
2798 Third Aye. and at Piers. New York.
OfloDafeaDOD ffiß^cea 0
[% flDffi^OosiODil.
Palatial Steamers "NEW YORK." "AL
BANY" and "HENDRICK HUDSON" of
the Hudson River Day Line, fastest and
finest river boats in the world.
Lv. Bkljn . Fulton St. (by Annex, 8:00 A. M.
" Desbrcsses St. Pier B:4* "
" West 42d St J>.«> "
" West l- K Jth St.. .' ...i»:2t> "
Landing at Yonkars. West Point. New
burgh, Poughkeepsie. Kingston Point. Cats
kill. Hudson and Albany. Dally, except
Sunday. Special trains to Catskill Mts. re
ports and Saratoga, and easy connections to
all points East. North and West. Through
tickets and baggage cl>«>< at offices of
N. Y. Transfer Co. Through rail tickets
between N. Y. and Albany accepted. Most
delichtful one day outi' to West Point.
Newburpl- or Po'fceepste returnlrg en <^own
boat. Restaurant . pen at 7A. M. MUSIC.
STEftSUEB mm (pweli
Leaving Deabroasaa St. at 3:10 P. M.
(Saturday." 1:45 P. M.». W. 421 St. 3.30 P. M.
(Saturdays 2 P. M.>. West 12»th St. 3:00
P. M. (Saturdays 2:20 P. M for Highland
Falls. West Point. Cornwall. Newburgh.
Nf* Hamburgh. Milton. Pouehkeepsl*. Ron
dout and Kingston. Orchestra on board.
Boa:«
l.»avo
Pier I*.
Ft. Cedar
Ft., N. i:.
• 50. ICO".
i 1,0 0 a.m.. 1.00.
i.OO. 3.45. 4.45.
'..<"> 8.10 p. m :
Sunday*. 10 no
a. m.. l.no. 4.03.
£.10 p. m.
BOA
I.KAVK
PIER 81
FOO'I W.
«:d ST.
9.00. 9.35
10.30 a. m..
15.30. 1.30. 3.00
4.15. 540. 743
p. m. : Sundays,
5.55 a.m.. IS.3S,
?.3S. 7.45 p m.
NEW YORK— ALBANY.
HUDSON KIVER BY i-EARcHLIC.HT.
Steamers C. W. MORSE, odd dates Au
guM. ana AUIKUNUACK. alterratini; Iv.
Pier No. 32. N. R.. 6mm uf Canal M.. 8
P. M.. and West r.'ath St.. »;:3!> 11.I 1 . M. dally
(Sundays Inc.udedt. ' Direct rmimttliia with
express trains sst Albany lor Saratoga. Leks
Oeorge, Adirondack*. Thousand Island* and
Sharon Springs Orchestra. Automobl>*
carried. Tine table and Summer Hook Free
"Beautiful Hudson by Searchlight." 10c. -
NEW DOUBLE SERVICE
Sir. DEAN RICHMOND leaves Pier 3i
N. R. every Wednesday and Friday. „(
V3O P. M.. omitting W. l»th St. service
e<iual 10 regular steamers.
©A\TTSttXD(LIL
For Catnklll. Hudson Cox»ackle. Cairo.
I'alemltic-. Halnea Comers Tannersvllle:
Weekdays. A p. in from Christopher at.,
■ p. m. from West ll"ttn st.
Extra boa: Sa:urda)s. I:"« p 111.. for cata
kill and Hudson, landing at Maiden
Speclat tiains (or Catskill Mountain points.
Han.lßfiu* Illustrated Booklet mailed free.
T0&OT CUDRQLEo
HUDSON RIVER ROUTE
NEW YORK-TROY.
Ptr. "Cltjr of Troy" or "Saratoga' leave
PU-r 4R. West ltnn m. Daily (except Satur
day). 6 V M.
&INLAY STEAMERS TOUCH
AT ALBANY
Direct connection at 'Iroj with trains t - all
points. i-ining rooms «.n main deck—Or
vhestra— Low Kx-urslon Kates— Bcok!eti
Fie* -Automobile* carried
Hxcursion: Troy, $•.■.%.•: Saratoga . r l r.i»;
I^ke Oeoige. ft. » Wilmington. Vi . $:>««.
cismiTßAL mmm lime.
Boats leave Frnnklin St. 4 P. M.: Satur
day*. 1 P. M.. for Kingston Through th»
Highlands ly Daylight; full daylight tup
every Saturday. Connecting with CATS
KILL MOUNTAIN points via 11. & l>. K.
K. Early muining train from Steamboat
Dock.
Block Island, Orient, Gretaport,
teller 'slatd and Si; Harbar
Via Montauk Steamboat IVI Line l^eav«
N. V.. Now Pl*r *. E. P.. weekdays, ex
«fpt Saturday. «:<Mt : t>aturua>a. I :((.. p. m
Extra trip Mondays. voii a. m.. for Sag
Harbor. For Block. Island Ma t-oni: Island
i: R.. U-ave N. V.. 3«r St.. E It., !o:»
a. 111. (except Sunday), ana at l:3t> v in.
Saturday.
IIUMISSTIC Sll CATIONS WAXTKO.
Female.
LAfNL>RESS.— CcIi-red: feat .In,, take
work home by the d*en. term, reason!
able; best reference KMXEY.Tlia^lKat
Win M.. car* candy store . "'"
I.X t.j widow, .».; note! .r faniii . .1...
.r country; reference*, seourlti x m.-..
MA.^CS-.N. .riL.,,. , l ,:^> l(m ,^;'-
Nl RSKKY GOVERNESS. K..r,m-,1 Kren h
Protestant; expert* nod In physical ■",
of children: best r.f.-r.i V eV * I ,'"'•
MAUFMi.ISKI.I.K. .14i» West a!th , t AUaiM »
WASHING.- R.in.lle and faintly washing to
.1,1 at home: e«p»nenieil. Mi. "".,
WAUKS. car* l>e itlTvtr.m tt>« «»,l, •,".
WASH - l>»pe. tat> „„,, woman
warning how* or c. out by ti e j» v , •
BROWN, *.:- West 52.1 „. * " *-' - **
WOMAN. middle aged, wishes any mm af
factor* work or house.veantn" ".Yd.esl
MARY WOW, &i Meeeroteat. BwouJ^''
KAIIROVD*
IEIIyJ uvJ^ v IL, w /Aam il/r
RAILK O A D.
STATIONS root of W..t Tarrtty-tblrt: • ••'*"
and [*iir"»« and <■ ,iti«n-ii » lr '-V.nl
*#-*Xh- le»»rlnc !lm« from E*'" o ****."*™
Cort.Hn.lt »t !••>•(• .• »v» minute. ■' t « I Sl l r^°
inn- given below for Tw«ai/-«n:rd SjU**i
fclalon *. F OR THK TVEHT*.
•TAIA.M. CHICAr.o SPKCIAr-.
•3^.5 F.M. VK.V.N'SYI.VANIA fcPECIA—
l-i hours toChleaKjJ.
•<:;:» PS V3S^'l!BSL nm
•s.er. p.m. v>:step.:- J>x j -Kfc:s?.
•■■ _W M ST. 1-OUI3 * CINCINNATI
•is I ,'.*! I'ACIKIU ilxrßi-.f?.>rnv*Tli lxrß i-.f?.>rnv*Tl
•8:2.^ y.M . CLBVEIiA N*l> A: CU4CINN ATI
•9 .-.- r H i -it'sbUßOM aWCiAU
v ash! n .;:■-- an:. TIM ■<>«&»
T:.V.. fr:C3. •&;*.*.. 'eiSft. *10: Ci *. ™- 1 1 i " : r*;
12:1* atabt. Suwtoy. *:A •»». ro :??-?;
LtaJte<r>. *3::5. miX. M:W. *»^. «*■-«
fcOUTIIEn-S* KAIL.WAT-— *3:-* *•— *»•
ATI ANTIC coast I.&X- «•:»•• ■ » rJ
U^3 v m. dally _..
SEABOARD AIR FJNK.— tt:» p. ■• *^
SORro£k l AN!S U BAM.WAT—
CHlfu^UCE a ANO OHIO BAII.WAT.
•: .'.5 a. m. «Mk «lay»; •«••» a. ». «a«
•4:35 p. m dally. comfout « Bd ,J > *?s:
FOR Otn POINT COaWORTaaJ K«j
FOLK.— T:» a. in. w«li «a»a aa« »-a»
ATLANTIC <CITT.— »^» a. ■-. «*»*!!*:
ATLANTIC ClTT.— *>:"> ». xa.. '** •.*-•; =» —
urdays enly) «ad S'J* p. ■»• «* •••
Sundays. •7:55 a. m. _..»
CAPS MAY.— I:S» p. m. weeS daya •-«
lAG BRANCH. ASBURT rARK «Oeaaa
OroT«) (North A*«J Park BuM-»r*>.
and Point Fli«a— ». <«:•» Iroin Ce»*. •
Cert. »ta. oalyi 7:40. •■-»». *•'■• *•-*?-;
52:15 (12:115 Satarilays oaly ejccep.t i/ 1 ?."
Branch) (1:25 Saturdays only*. r-:3Sr -:3S *»
«:23 (4^3 except Lea* B»aaeV- «jfl M
Up. ii. week daya Saturdays. a^*.
• 25. 10:06 a. m.. and «:;.". p. &
FOR PHH.ADBLPHIA- — —
•«. «7:25. -7:88. M:25. »:«. *»:2S. »P^-3.
•tlO:M. •10:89. •11:88 a in.. 12 » **--'f
•tl:SB. IM. 2:10. 2:38. *3:"'» , l^U. «*
. •4:25. 4:53. «»t4:» for North PhllaU-»
rW* only). »5:55. •«:». «ii!:». *'■
fi:M. 0:53. <9:53 for North PhHid'lrhli
on!y> p. m.. 12.10 nlsht »-•♦* «Jay». f*i»
dayV «:05. »7:58. fi:Ja. •»:2S. •**/t2?:S-•1055/ t2?:S
•1055 a m 12:25. 'tTJBX # t» »• •»=».
•8:». 3:55. »4:25. (•t4:sß frr North Phil
adelphia only*. »4-M. •5:55. ••■»., •*••
6:1*5. 8:35. 0:23. «»:5A for North PalUdei
phla only) p. m.. 12:10 eight.
•Dlninc Car.
Ticket oKlces. No«. 481 \~U • ifc 179 r-"ja«
way; 152 Fifth A-«i- , (to j« Mi ►»;»•
2*3 Fifth ATerni- ( .-i .-.>•• 2S>^ »■■ an«
•tatlons named above: P**«Bly». * C* T «*
Street 479 Nostrand A»-»at:». 3W> K. %-1
way and Pennsylvania Anew Statum.
Th« New Tork Tran»fer Company will
rail for and check baggage from hot-U
and reildences through »o destination.
Telephone *9*3 Ch*l»»«" la.- Ptna»y»vaM
Railroad Cab Service. _._*««■.
W. "W. ATTEnBURY. J. R *2°™-
GatMral Manacer. Paw'r Tra sisr.
GEO. V.*. BOTP.
General Pa«»ni;r .*eent.
OfBAN STEAMERS.
JT?^^ITAN T If^ s^ llln K at a:a) A - 5!"
f-W— ili,AH _U:*- from pi»r 15. N. R.
FLTMOI'TH— — SOUTHAMPTON
New York . . Aug 2" Philadelphia Sept. »
St. Louis Sept. 1 SI Paul Sept. 15
RE© STAR UNE ITS/fT
DOVER— ANTWERP— i LONDON. PARIS).
VIM. .Aus».««:M»amiZeerd.3^it. S. lt:'Oim
nar4.Sept.l. 2:.'!'«piii Kriila: ■! 13.2 , rr.
WHITE STAR LINE %;^.T
NEW YORK— Q'NITOWX tJVERPOOL.
«"e«lrlc.Aujr.24.)*:3«Um!feltlc.. .s*e*»t. 7. Ham
Baltic... Aug. noo.i! Oceanic. Sept. 1-. ll Sea
Majestic. . Sept.s. l«>a m | Teutonic. Sept. U>. I<*itv.
T^ E KEDITSRHAKEAN AZ^ E3
FROM NEW YORK.—
< RETIC. ...Sept. 23. noon: Nov. 3. Dae •
R£PL'BLlC.Oct.lS.noon;l»ec.l (from Boston*
FROM BOSTON
ROMANIC. -..Sept. 15. 7:30 A. M.; Oct. 27
CANOPIC Ot. 8. 12:30 P. M. : Nov. 17
PASSENGER OFFICE. » BROADWAY.
Freight Office. Whitehall Bids.. Battery PI.
IWBTH CESMA9B iloto.
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Kronprlna sept. 4. 7 A.M.
Kaiser sept. 11. 1O A. M.
K. Wm. II ?ept. 13. 30 A. M.
Kronprln» Oct. 2. 6 A. SI.
Kaiser Oct » in A. M
K. Wm. II Oct. 18. 5 A. M.
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Barbarossa Aug. 23. 10 A.M.
Brtmen Aus. 23. A. M.
•Main Sept. «. WA.M.
Fri«?drich Sept. 13. lo A. M.
Kurfuerst Sept. 15. noon
Barbarossa Sept. 3. 10 A. M.
'Bremen direct.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
K. Albert Aug. 31. 11 A- M.
P. Irene Sept 1. 11 A. M.
K. Laise Sept. 15. 11 A. M.
K. Albert Sept. 2». 11 A M.
P. Irene Oct. IS, UA. M.
K. Luise Oct. 27. 11 A. M.
From Bremen Piers. 3d * 4th Sts.. Hoboken.
NORTH GEKMAN LLOYD TRAVELLERS'
CHECKS GOOD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
OELRICHS & CO.. No & Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. If.lfS "Walnut St.. Phlta.
HAMBDRG-ABfERICAN LINE.
Tvvin Strew Passenger Service
I^ERBftl'Rfi- HAMBI.'TtO.
PnsyUanln.Aus2s.S:."»AMi < '|!atavla. Sept. 1
Ani»rika ...Aok- 3i). •£ I'M B9u«cher. Sept.
•To Hamr.ure «!lrect.
, Mea:terrat»fan Servfr».
TO NAPLES AND GENOA.
•Moltke Sept li;tMul:ke Oct. 23
JOceana Srpt. jn'iHamhur*. •• .Nov. l'«
P. Adalbert.^ept »| tM.,?tke Dec. 4
{Hambtirs Oct. -i: rHambura;. . . .'an. 1*
{Call* Gibraltar, has Grill ltooci act
Gymnasium.
Special Notice.
: Great variety of sre<lal cruises and
trips by <upern passenger stefim*r» in the
ORIENT. MEDTTERRANKAX and ADRI
ATIC SEAS. WEST INDIES. JAMAICA.
ITALY »nd EGYPT.
TRAVEL RTWKAr R. H. Ticket*, here!
accommodations, md genera? information
about for>*isn travel.
TRAVELLERS" CHECKS ISSUED BT
THE COMPANY.
OFFICE. 37 BROADWAY. N. ▼.
•Phone. lPf!<» Recto- Pter«. Hobc.ken.
T>ED "I»- LINE.
For L« GuavTa. Puerto Ci»^(»ll«> <^ira
■ •*n ar.d Maracalbo. •. la Curacao., calling
also a. Sun Juan P. R :
S. S. PHILM>FLPHIA..Pat.. Sept ( noon
S. 3. CARACAS . . Saturday. S-»p». T."> no. n
For !j« Guayra. «."umca«» and Mararalbo:
S. S. 7.L1.1A Saturday. Aug. "JR. noon
S, <s MARAi'Ain-t .Sa:urtlr»y. Sept. S. noon
These steamer* hay« superior a-commo
dat!ons for mssenareip.
BOULTON. BLISS * D.rLt.ETT
General Managers, JC Walk st".
HEFORF «OING ABROAD CONSULT
THE EUROPEAN AI'VERTISF.MFVTS
th«t APPEAR IIRi^I-T.A'M.', IN THE
TTMRrNF. OX SIXDATS. WEI>NESD\YS
AND SATURDAYS.
j »:UKART> i^ixe.
From r"iers 5J 52 North Rivs*
IJVKKPUOL. Ma Vjl i-iU-SSTOWN
ETKI RM* Vug. 2... lO*A M.
• •AHMANIA A UR . •_•$ ,->' r
1 ■Brants Sept I Camria .....Sept IL>
Inilria 'SM-pt. » < ar.ip*rus . Sent 15
i xiIHUAL.TAH-- ITALY— AUKIATK'
New MoUern Twin screw Siearnara.
FUAVO.MA.Aac. 2^. 11 A.M.: Oct. 16. Dec 4
Pannonia s*n. 11. n-Ton: Oct 3u
CARPATHIA.-.S*p«. 25. l'> a. M ; Nov" "7
VEKNON H. BROWN. G A " "
21-24 State sit., cprn«lt« in* Ratterr
[Fqcp [P©[pGgd 'OBBgb©
.Steamship* of th« REr> "V UNE will
•ail tor San Juan direct, as follow*-
S S. PIUU\I>KL.PHIA...vat. Sept 1 nooa
S. S. CARACAS Saturday, >^p« I.V ion
Fcr freight or pass»s« pppl> to'
BOI.L.TON. BIJVs a L'Ai...tlT
ii«neral Manager*. J«2 Wall St. "
OLD BSOS£iGISS@s33 LISSE.
DAILY ?Enrin:
For Old Point « - om:.,i r folk Port«-
uth. l'inners Point and Newport News
Va.. connevtins (or I'etersburs. Rlc>>ir»nd'
Virginia Beach. Washington. D. ,■ ald
tntire £<>uth and West. '
iM ll *.'J h v 1 » *tl!!??sg "♦"»•»•••« ,ai! fmm
I'ler -ti. x. R. "'■ Ueach St.. every week
da) at 3 p. in.
... „ _ H. R. WALKER.
\ let- President and Traffic Manager
fUiOLLAK»-AMERICA
111 I N^w Vork-Kotterdam. via Boulogne
U U Sallitiß \\ e.lnes.!aya a* per •ailing list.
ndaoi Aug. 21>. l<> a. si
Kiwdaiß Heat 5. a. m
Nourdaui Sept. 12, ma. M
New Amstfrilatu.. .Sept. lit. ft a. M '
Holland-America Unr. ..•• ii'way. X. V.
UIU-OUK OUi.svi ABIIUAU •JoXSCta
THE Bl'liOl-KAS AI'VKKTIaKMBXVd
THAT APi'KAU HEGULAKL.I IX THB
THIHi'.VK ON M'.'.iUV--. W£DNmD,m
AND SATURDAYS.
ARMHCBOT CLAKir3 ninth annual
WftifiSJ I 1I 1 OHUISC. Feb. I. -OT. '.» any*
1> rtattered ?• s "OJIIC." li^uut un**
r Tours Hound th» World
Fit AN X C • U*»:K. m Brwa»iT. v. T.
BKrORB 0.01N.J ABROAD CONSULT
TUG EfROPKAN advki:tis^mi;nts
thai- APPO.\n HBOILAHLY IX TIIB
TP.intNE ON SfNDAYS. VinBDXKUUUi
ASH SATI'KI»AY.">
ffiEKSOQOK (LOR3GLT
GUSQOW VIA U>NI'ONDBT:rv
« ■a!Mon!a . Au. 25. noon | Columbia . Sent •"" * noon
Astoria. Sept. 1. 3 pay Furn*«ia.s*,!t USm
Saloon. "SO. 3d fawn m. 3d cv,» mWsli
•nd upwards according to accommodation**
steamship For tours and information ami.
HIH I Mai 1811 BROTIIMSL IT-I*"°S»;^
R.4!1,K0\f)4.
"America's Greatest i Rail^j^y
•top at 1251h street to rer-tve if o^^!
ten minutes after leavin* 42 ZJ*^ '«*'»
12:10 A. M.--,SII^NIGHX tX?n E *K
7:SO A. M.- »ADIRONDACKTISHL_
ISLANDS AND JIO\T»»TF il '3
»:3»A M. -tKMPIRE STATE aSaB
„,, *»«it famous train in thaaMsPV
•* A M— 'FAST MAIL - J» isaaV
Chicaao. r •
»:•* A. M. — AXIt v
SEAL EXPRESS M •-
1A:3O A. M. «r>AT EXPRCaaV
1«P. M.--TH g^ IM i
IWP. M— •«-HIC A GO aPECLv
All Pullman Cars. •***•• -5.
*:IOP. 11. «I:5O P. M. Saturdays*— <■*■».
. TOGA LIMITED ParloM^ri
ITEr>— la hour» to <hicar- ~^"
S:4» P. M—t ALBANY A TROT FIT^"
«:5#»P. 11.— 'THE WOLVEP.In' iiiC<
.l:2»P. Jf.-«KABT MAIL-For AP^S
C.3aP.M--LAKE SHORE LnSSaW
23H hour train to Chfca«- " v
Pullman cara *-"* sl **?aJ
5:30 P. M.— •CLEVELAND. CXSCI>??3—
and st LOLI3 UJMTIS V;
I uliman cars. *-
«:OOP. M —•WESTERN EXPRKM
I*»Z *-• m^ntreXl nfnak
T:3OP. M — •ADIRONDACK ANDY —
. REAL EXPRESS. ' N "
»:0»P. M . — • BUFFALO. SlAftis.
FALLS. CLEVELAND AJW ?,*
RONTO SPECIAL * J> »•
•:» P M 'WESTERN NEW TORK ,»»
M:»P. M.— •CHICAGO A ST. LOUI3 al
•Daily. tExcept Sunday •E»r» Bt isLS
HARLEM DIVISIOJT
C:«a A. M. and 3:35 P. M. dims ■ -t
Sunday. t« Plttsneld and North *%-'}
Eund.y. MI A M.; Satur-lay ontwVfrp M
Pullman cars o o all thrown tralaa
Trains illuminated with Piatscb BsJit
Ticket offices at 149. 245. 413 «i*~tv,
Hiradwny; 25 In lon Square W ZZi&a^
bus aye. 117 west 125 th st . GrsaafSS
and lST.'h St. stations. New Tork «■» - —
729 Fulton st. ana IC-1 Broadway BrssMiTT
Teephone "SCO 3»th Street" for Cakbe.
wtoa Baf R ag # caarked from hotel or S.
dence by We«.,-o« Exsresa,
A. II SMITH. C. T. DALY
Vtce-Pr>«. A Hen". 3StX. Faas'r Traflt^
lew "Jeket Cbrh
STATIONS > %?\£ sT tJ xV * *
-,„, . * »»- «Sia St.. N. R. i
West 23d St. leave, lo minute, iarto tv
cept as noted by iteatiasins mark*
EASTON BErHLEmE^ 1 AuSsTfrCN
ton.. »10 A M.. t2O. *>. 3 fl) B
Easton only) p. m Sun.. i*.» A^a.
1 w* 5.00 and ftco P M **
WILKKSBARRE AND S- ItANTD3(-»|»
a: m • a 5a 5 v M "ESfal ■
LAKEWOOP. I.AKir:H'R«T. TOSS BITBB
AND BARNKOAT— t*tn>. 9*► a X
I.SO. s'*5 '* Lak«wo.-xi ani Laiteham oiUyl
83.40. Sunday* lea A. M. -040 Lass
wi.o'l and Lak«-hurstt
ATLANTIC •**TY— ~>.4O A. a., xtOOL v.«
LO.\.; BRANCH. A3B L" T PAW
Oi'-EAN CRnVFI POlxt PLEAS.\TT—
z*.(*» 8.:«. »i.« .V>. 11.30 A. St. exit*
xi 20. 1 .-f>. 2.4 R. :: »'. ah4.BS. stZX. siUk
C.30. «.■?» ji-..: toys, exe-n Octal
Grove. »15. lf>3»> a M.. 4W». ».» P It.
ATI.ANTIC HIGHLANDS. SEABRIGSi
MO.NMOI.'TH BEACH. EAST U>»j
BRANCH— I4.CO. 7.'...'*\ S 30. 11 TO A *.
1.30. 4ro a.aa r ~'» P. M Sundays. 1»
A. M . 4 on P. M
SANDY HOOK P.OCTE FOR ATL«!«TI!?
HIGHLANDS. Sn.\EP.IOHT. LOS*
BRANCH \SBI'RY PARK CCKMt
gpove SPRING lake, venrr
PLEASANT— T»Ier 81. N. R. W. 4SI *.
I>M>. f. :;.-,. tt».asj .*. M. 12 "ft. 130; I**;
4.15. 6.40. 7.45 P. XT. Sundays. 925 .1 Jt.
1»» :<-.-,. - *:■ !• M. Pt»r 10. X. R.
Cedar Si 8.20. 1000. 11.00 A. M .. t.«t
2.«». i 45. 4.4.*.. «.'«• *!O P. M. Siairrs.
10.no A M . 1 no. 41*'. «10 P M
READING. HARR-?BrT.r,. PO-^T3YrLLn
AND TVILLJAMSPORT — i r4<A i4.Ts.
ts i»>. !'».io. ije.ua ii .vi a. SI. R«adi«f
enly). v"1 on. |!1». t2» P. 31. »>at
!ng. Pott«-. i!!e Harrisb-_rg only. *4.#» •
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PHir,Ar>FT^PHIA
•»4 30. m7.o<». saS.ea «9 00. m»lf»fla »ll»»
A. M.. m»12.<0. ml •»». •Joi>. •inn. •*•.
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P. M.. j»12.15 trdt
BALTIMORE ANT> WASKINGTOX.
s».f!(> m»lO.oi>. r.i»ii v '<> m*2.00. m:*** -
m»fi.Oii. «7.eat J*12.1.V
•D«!Ty Tal'v »x-»r* Sun<JaT. pSuassia
JParlor cars only. '-Via Tam3T:». i"v
cept Saturdays. mDinlng car. xSat:sitn*
only. zKrom Liberty St. erly.
From Twenty-third St.— t.1.5» P. a.
r.ir*> p. m e12.20 p. M. «4 SO r ».
Jll.Sft P. M.. k3.31> P. M.. i 5.50 F. jr..
h4 2t>
Offices: Uaartj St.. vv»«r 2T.1 St.. 6 *«•"»
House. 245. 4.T4. 13<»>. 1354 Br-».!*a.T I*B
■til Ay . 2SI .Vi Ay.. 25 rnion ; -.are TT*st.
270<» .^1 Ay. li« West VSitt Sr 245 >•<*-
lambus Ay.. New Tor*: 4 Chart m. **- •
544 Pu!t»n St.. 479 Xo.itrand Ay.. Brr-?H
lyn: 3W» Broadway. Willianisbtirg. X*-"
York Transfer Co. calls fur and checks laj
gas* to destination.
W. G. BESLER. C. « «TPT.
Vlc«-Pres. ft 'Jan Mar. t?en. Fass'r Ac?tr£.
BALTIMCHE & OHIO S. 8.
ROYAL EUE LINE TRAINS
"Every other li.-ur en th» en hour."
TO BALTIMORE AND %VASHIXGTOX.
L»a."Xe» York City. Z4 it. Lib»St
•WASHINGTON. Buffet. T.V>sm <sfl6tn
♦WASHINGTON. D ner ."<> ?ni ;i>iinan
♦WASHINGTON, Diner l!.s»am UOOa-g
♦WASHINGTON. Buffet. 1 .',.• rm Zit»pin
♦ 'ROYAL LTl>." Diner ISOpm 4.fl»pia
♦WASHINGTON, I-.r»r .'i.'U>rr!i *t»»pr.
WASHINGTON. n^.Tet. tJm T.iiOpn'
' tWASHINGTO.WSIeevtra. 11.10 pm X.13 n't
•Ex. Sunday. t Pally
Thro r»ni!v Tratns tf> th» West
tears- New Tork Clry 2T*St. Ijf» rst.
1 THTCAGO. PITTSPt'P.r;. n.!Wpm CIS nt
'CHICAGO coh"Mhi *l9a«ja Hlßnii
I PIITSBI 80. . -LEVET*. .vW»j>pi 4«»pm
"P*TTSH'R<S UMITED" '"■>• pm tea sal
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CJN..ST.T^>ns.T.r>T"T-5V.. •W» am V* A» am
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CTices: '.4* \"; •;•■•■ r.r-ajmj. SAW
House ira Groer.wirh St 25 I'nlofl *7U»re
W. Sf»l Oraad si . NY. 3« Fulton St.
Brooklyn: Wi 2nd St. and I-lb-rti Ft
After '• r.. m. «!eerin(t ear was rattras
and fu!! Inrormstion e»«g.rdinr Train*, re.
can l>«> obtained at : . ."_i ■; M Infnrnatics.
1 P. A (' R. R . -'■'■ St TeminaJ. ?i^c»St«.
Chelsea 3144.
N. T. X. H. * HARTFORD R. H.
Trains depart from Grand i>ntral SlalaA
45& ft. an.l 4th Aye.. a» follows for
BOSTON. v!a New l^na .n ,v Vrov.— itN
lO:0U. line A M . «!!!22
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••12:00 T. M : vt3 TVl!!!mant>—?V:«
, A. M.. t2:(M» P M: via Spf*-*l»
am; •;:*:«>*►. »11 <« P. M.
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WHITB MOUNTAINS. ST ALP.OS «•»
QI"Kt:EC " »> 4«> A. V " ' ••• P. *_
WORfENTET an.l FITCHBVKA \ta FCT
NAM ". ' : I- SI _ —
LJUCKVILLE ar<l NORFOLK — *»B|
A. M. ;.1:-.l P. M- ... ,
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f»eM— >4:r>4. ••t»:02 A.M.. si 24. ♦331 P*
Ticket omcen at cGrand Central SttJiJi
1 «nd di-.Vh St . also »• .-:♦'• 120«, «tS<
Bivij, . J. Inion Square. cl*2 Fifth .*»••
cS4S iVlur.h:i Aye.. c*4* Madison A**.
c:rs W. 1-T.ih SI . 279S Third %*« ■
Brooklyn. c* Court St.. 4T» Nos'.raad A*a,
x*> rsay. ._
•Daily. tK«cej>? Saadayi *sarar«Jl!
only "Stops at 125 th St. xStops «: 1»
S> Sundays . r.!y. tPa-!-r Car Limits*.
-His .lir.trr car. eParfcw and Sleeping «■•'
tt-kets also. _
7»- ' West 2*l A : ' 'ortlamlt and Hesbr •- « *»
S. 'Mb t Except Suadaj Saa<Uy: - *
t12.». dii'4>. e;to nvy. x\V>. . n
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Bufiio Fneess | *%' *» ♦ » ••' ■*• • «
•ufalo Exarrai .1 -9 15 * » * : i v itS
BUi li l>fAM.»M> EX?, j •! V> • » "Jt,2£!
Waoeti . hint »nt H«z;c:or TI3 l» p ■ "'''"2ls
'.Yii^es-Barre Eipres, I ♦S»r»i ™*5
£a*toal.«vit ts.lf>F3i. 3 -!JJ
Ci.;c^»rt ao<i To->vro K»t> i «n5 40 r » ** •* '
THE Bl'Kr'Al t> TRXIN I *;»?» *» '» *1
"TickfTsaod I 'i::;m*n s<-i-.->m^n. J ftls
A t.SW Rro».l-i%r. US »rh Ato .IS :'»>«■ **-„?!*
N.T.: .'O Fulton St.. 4 Court St, *:• Nostrsad •*•
W3roartw»» k foot Fulton **.. PmoKlyß.
« Y.Trxasr.Tto w»i:e*i;fc • *— ■•»
© l.Oaurio4 Westers E ©
liaioa umik i-tiia«in- -■ *■ ?***£
Local. i.'uii> S:*» »•»<» *•*•
Ui-«l. U»U* d.14 S.-»A.if.
Lit. lbi^r Uxal. «•». dun. «>:w • -* *-*
tM*«t» tap.. •». Mia ».w» >:»**
hJ»v.« Luc^t. Sun<ia>s S.SS * ..'-1*
Liberty hxp.. «*. Sundays. . »:uS » » ■*•»
LilMtty »'!>•(. s>*iuia*>si. . U m l-;w> 5"?. a
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sUnK»ti.>n -Mini ic«lio E»p.. .»«■
e», S:n ..12:48 i**?
L»«. Muter Exr - Saturdays l.«e l:l»r-*-
E^ n^ v » X . te6>tOft **?\ a- mm*
"?£^.*:~^h:.t » :3 *«:?■
Cblr.cn Umlted. ltai;« . :4i» •:•» ?'/
Parlor Car Se^ta at 4» ITW. X. T ■ sam
L wanna Kailrca^.
.x. ».. MM sHiniilL *.o:.»iv;-:'<rr. Weal •-"-'
3t», .
'>.«i» A. A. — For Kin.-nAiuton and E.nwl«- p
•Jo A. M.— For Hurtaio. Clues** *±- *-
Louis.
xl?. OP. M— roevno Mountain Specla*.
•1.4» F. M. — »\« b.Mft*.« ana W.c»>» - .
14.«*» IV M.— For *<.-rant»n «i » »*».» ai«w»-
•«.!:- P. M. — For Buffalo an.l Chics ra.
••:«» *". M.— For Uuffalo. fcjrracu-*. CM**
'lt-JA. H. — »or -Sleet**** >*••»
».»» »•. &i. __ ._
Ticket* •( 141». «-•* IIM. 143* Fro*?"**
N. T. ; 3» Fulloa St. Brooklyn. *Papg
tEvrept Sunday. aFrtduys and *•«"*
Imvm 3d ! 15 So P. M iliti" arl »
tcb»r Si. «.!>» I* M. w«ee *a»e.
ADVERTISEMENTS •■>■» subscript*** ••
Th« Tribune tecetve* at tt>*lv '•••vj
Oih«.e. Nu 1364 Krcadwm?. I*""** 0 **«
and 37th Ms., until » o»Mtk » ■»■ **!£*
tlk<c:n*nt» mm* i at th* .ollowtaa ■**£?
otlk-ea at r-gular oitu-e raia until • •** , "
p. m.. \U.: 23 1 Sth aye.. » •. «<»- *** 'J •'
1M cm •««,. ear. i?y» a*,: •* £•" •••- *"

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