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P V ' THB BTm, MONDAY, AUGUST 13, l&rV "J
I ' JKBBICU CA2I BVILO BTEAURUIV8.
II II j Ve WemsHrftil Moasssemtli Taa CrMI
I 11 t BraUiere' OtTar ft) tlio Canards,
II II - There aro at prceont twovossolfl In Now
II York harbor Tvblch aro llkolyto rorolutlonlco
llll S W nd rlTCr naTlaaUon. They aro tho City of
a New York, presumed to bo tho boat product of
: English nAval Inconulty, and tho Monmouth,
II (I jr built on the Delaware tor eorrlce between this
llll $. eltr and Bandy Hook, a dlstanco of about
II S twnty mllos, Both novo two crows, and both
II l have) trlplo oipanslon ermines.
(1: Th wonderful spod expoctod of tho City of
fly, New York ha not been roalizod, owlns Dos-
II elbly to tho rifwnoBB cf her maohlnory, but tho
II If Monmouth, hardly loncor In reculur sorvico
1 1 than tho City of Now York.lt actual runnlnu
IIIJ?1'' time U eo&Bldored, has ehown such spood and
IUJi economy that tho ores of that portion of tlio
If' maritime world this sldo ot tho Atlantis aro
II fixed on her with wondor and admiration,
lllr Hardly amonth on the lino, and operated by
llv engineers hitherto praetieally unfamiliar with
l,'',- trlplo oxpondon onglnos, sho has moro than
llll':' encomado tho run from dock to dook within
I III v an hour, and hor dally consumption of fuel Is
only one-half that of tho tit. Johns ot tho enmo
l IL line, and maklna tho enmo number of trips
II 1 dally. Tho Monmouth burns fourtoon Ions,
llll.i, against twentpoljtht burnod by tho St. Johns,
i which has tho ordinary eldo-whool walkine-
Hill'' The bulldors ot the Monmouth claim for her
lllf');, that she Is tho fostoat passeneor tossoI In the
llll ' world, with tho oxcoptlon of a low of tho
t ' transatlantic croyhounds, each of which cost
lllf.;. from eight to ton times as much ns sho did.
1 III 'y They furtiior claim that sho Is tlio fastest pus-
I it Boner vessel In tho world, rnlatire tower and
llitji- dlsplacemoat consldcrod. They say Hint sho
f can etoam from horotoCharloston andaorngo
llll IB knots an hour.
I II" American modols aro tho best and fnstost In
I tho world. Amorlcnn yachts hno tlmo and
I IB again beaten tho fastest yachts that Great
l''' llrltnln. has eor produced. An Amorlcnn ulilti,
IKtv" tlie Hovnrolea of tboHoas, made tho record for
I- the cruatest number of mllos orcr railed by a
llll vessel In twenty-four hours, and nowhofo am
I It , tharrv to hn fnuntl such suinnd? and snlondld
III ' river steamers as there nro In Amorlcnn a-
tern. Amorlcnn coastwise stoamors aro tho
I ; best of the kind In the world.
About the only improvouiont of cotifoqueneo
If - tnado In murine ossol in tho past thirty jonr-s
l. ens boon In tholr mnchlriory. The sldo-whuel
I J- steamships havo disappeared. They aro too
llil exDonslvo to coinpoto with pronollore. nnd. bo-
1; Bldos. too slow. What tho ordinary propollor
II J basdono tothosldowheslor thotrlnlo and tho
. proposed qundruplo and ovon quintuple ox
Snnston onelnos attached to twin screws will
o to them. .Booed and economy nro tho groat
II R , objects of marine architects, urn) until soma
H , Bew and better mothod of propulsion for os-
,H1 eels Is found, tho compounding of (indues and
IIH ,. twin scrows nlll bo tho faorIto method. Amor-
ii lean mochanlcsnro noted for tholr skill und
II. Ingenuity, and now they have turned tholrnt
f I v. tention to multlplo expansion on tines.
IIH1 It has lone boon popularly supposod that wo
l" pare boon so far In tho roar In Bhlpnulldlnc nf-
w" lairs, and especially Iron shlnbulldinir, that wo
llll, rannot compete with tho English or Scotch.
Ml-j Shat this Is a fallacy Is shown by the follow-
ae extracts takon from the " lierort of the 6e
oot Commltteo on Ordaanco andUurbhlps"
l , made in 1886. That commltteo consisted ot
!i - Benators J. It. Hawloy, J. F. Miller, N. YV. Ald-
JJIB: rich, John T. Morgan, nnd M. C JJutlwr. On
I) I the 21st of No vomber. 18M. It exa ml nod Charles
I; II. Cramp of Philadelphia. Here is tho most
lilt, Interesting portion of tho testimony. It is on
lift paces 377-8 oltrjo roport:
H? Jlr. Morgan Is there no decided advantage in favor
B ot the American shipbuilder over the Kngllsh ebip-
III. fcpllder In prices!
1)11 Jlr. CrampThat la a dlfllonlt qnistloa to anatrer
lH votnt blank. To antwerlt properly, and aa I vomd like
B, to do, vould require an esaar- In Knjrland the)- tulld
Itn v anEnalUhahtp. and Inttilaconntrr ther build an Amer-
J-j lean shin If you were to compel an KiiirUaliman to
I I tinlld an American abln he would charseaainucUaa
II we do.
l ' Jlr. Morjaa YouUialat that the Amtrkan ehro is tho
3tr. Cramp There are many differences la the
- " xnethodaof conatruction. The material ot the Amrrl-
v can ahlparerare better throQibuut. The worktnanihlp
' fj better. The outfit is more complete The accomoda-
2 tlona for people on board, creir aa veil ai paietngera,
t j A are far aoperlor, to that, on tho whole an Americao-
i m tjoilt ihlp la alvaya worth inoro money than an Ecgllih-
t r; tmltt Teatet of the BAtneireneral typo
I Mr. Norgan Then a ihtp built ou the American atjl
would be rather more expensive f
Jtr. Cramp Vea. and far superior to the English Bhlp.
I i I can take etrooir irround there
jr Mr. Noruan-Do you bellete jo a could duplicate the
5' Mr. Cramp Tea, and duplicate Iter apecd and sea-
,11 a, Mr. Norjran Poynnknov whntibecoit?
y - Mr. Cramp Wo have been Informed that ahe.coit
J J , I090.utjo. W would like to bnlid her duplieato to-mor-
V tow for that money
1 j , Mr. Morgan la It becauie there haa been a fall
j. ' in tbo price of ehtpbuildinir alnce the Orejron waa
ill &f tuUU or becauie you think you could make raoneyon
( j i the oontraet at the aame rate of waste that obtained at
ft I - that timet
, Mf' . Mr. Cramp For a hlh order of work there bainot
I By eeenagreat diltrrence In prlcri betveon ua and tho
nW .".' Xnsllah ihlpbulldera. We vronld be rial and willing to
' Hv build at the ratee the Canard people hare been fflvtiig
for their ahlpa. They alwnri KlvoMs prlcea, and bin
iU'j- the b builder a We would like to nil our ard with
, n 3; the aert of work the Hlden have been doing Cor tho
I B r Onnard people at the tame prlcea
dj ff' Mr. Wonran "Vou thlnt you could build ahlpi eaually
SI 111 aatroodaathelraJ
I arC. ' Ur. rramp-lea, andbrtteroa rerardi the acoommo.
i mX dationa for the comfort of these on board, safety, and
n Sw w-orkmanihlp irenerallr
fr Mr. Merarin You feel entirely conftdentthatyoucould
I ay build ahlpa equal to any ot the Ouuard Hoe ?
illS Mr. Uramp Yea, we made thenRcrtoths President
S llf' i" the Cunard Company, Mr. John Uurna He visited
IJ- Mr.Uouldayacbtat our yard, and he toldmethathe
Eu was irtvlnir Kin,xjmore or liUjacht than Mr. (loula
iJS was paylna for Ms. Itoid him that lS per cent, of the
lit? snslneta of the Cunnrders had been derived from
u" Americana, and that It would be a compll-
H&Vk zne&t to thelrchlef patrons to bulldoueof tlelrnevv
gJlK, shlfiahere. We offered to duplicate the Kervla for the
US;., tamepriceand irnarauteed to brut her lime acrossthe
,,HBW'i ocean. Thlsrather sUrtled him. and he aald the matter
!BIiS' hadneTer been presented to him In that light. Bathe
iHtliS took (ood care to have his last two vrstela bulltonthe
flll" Clyde. That was a bona tide offer from one buMness
tSIl' znfta to another. He wanted rtr chile, wo wanted
llllj. work and every propor-itlon T made roennt burlneen
'lilSv Our firm still holds that offer en to Mr. Hurna or any.
llly body else. Wo will nndertnLi. at snv time to dupli-
Stik fate any of the higher classes of linillili viorkatXnK-
w lUh prices.
Ilia.' .Rome dny perhaps wo may hno an American
ilfij hlp ot thesize of the City ot Now rora.and
lljSsi' thon we shall know what speed and uonjfort are,
ISiffi . Bythoway.lt Is a fact that American ship
-ilfle: Joinors are by far tho best In the wotltl, nnd
lIlSR Mr. Cramp Is authority for the slatomontthat
lift Mr Itowlnnd of this city hns been solicited
lillo rIm0 and again to go to Englnnd nnd do the
1 lllf Joiner work for some of the crack English ships.
Bt juxsa KiiAisui.it's UEicorn.il.
ill' Beseaod Ths-ra Un Adpirt In ss Tbnnder
lll Kloratl on Flush. ni Bar,
illl" Tl10 DO0 ol C0110 Point, Long Island,
JiltU Bre tal,t,n,; ' tho borolsm shown by Miss
Mf! Mnmlo Eraomer ia the storm which swept
iitfr 0T6r this part of the country a weok ago Batur-
i!k day night. Miss Kraomer Is a largo, rather
nill! attractive looklnc girl, about lit oars old. Hor
llfl' father keeps a boat bouso ut Collogo Toliit,
ijjjJK- an(I hlsdnuchtor has Leon accustomed to tho
iljpfx rnansgement of a boat slnco childhood.
iMf'' Just after tbo tcrrldo thundor storm struck
" Flushlns llay on tho night of Aug. 3, Miss
lap Eraomer heard cries for help from a small cnt-
illiS boat wbloh was drifting holplessly bofore tho
j wind about half n mllo from shore. Tho sail
'ilMK was wrecked and In the heavy sea the boat was
IM In dnngor of being ewnnipod with eory swell.
f i- W Itftoiil a moment's hesiutlon, Miss Kraemor
lis)' rushed oil one of her father'slargeet boats and
Mri. pulled for tho cathont. It was n Imrct tusslo
in with tho wind and wavos. but Miss Kraomer
llil?S Wus enuul to tho tnst Tho wind camo ia gtistp.
illl.- and beforo the ulrl had reached tho catboat
f thoro was n blinding fall ol rain. With somo
diltlciilty sho took the occupants of the sail
boat into (tor own boat. Tfioy O. Walker and
I . rtflhelm of Collego Point and O, Whlto of
llll; Mow York. Thoy woio exlinustod andTinable to
U M& aid Miss Kraomer In rowing buck, Hho suc-
HII . oeodod in landing tlioin safoly amid tho chcors
li of llw men who h.ul gathered on the dock, Bho
llil' was very modoctnliout hor oxplolt.nudthouglit
i.f, It hardly worth raontlontng, Ono of tho bont-
IlJS men who witnessed It, howotcr, said It wis a
M& tnost dlflicult thins to inaniigs the heavy bont
fir In such a sea, nnd tho young woman desortod
B! Kteat credit.
ttlji '' c' Dntrra Dawn Town.
KB ft". MIchaol Lorciu, n, young man who had been
llll" nadruuk Sttnrdny nltht, was broualu before Justice
llllC. Puffy In the l.'s.ot Market 1'ollce Court yestefdny
Hj , mornlra llcwrpt.
laiii' , "Oh. please let me co." lis said " I work with your
Jst son Nike U,.n town -r
1 1' Tba court nib, era laughed.
H 16' "hv. y nalob, I'm not married, let alone baring a
U iJS son," gajred his lienor.
HaVft, "KR'SiVW.1.10 "nrri ndlt youwlllletme
II K1 sT lllllokhlm'
! "Ton sradlsiharged." shouted ths little Judas, "and
IllS, jpntsll this man Uufry that U lexer catch hltn I will
lit a're Mm six munths."
If ' yh COMPLETE RECO.EBY.Tfc
I lr ' wa 'k,n ',f ln the fall of liwu with wfat the
f doctors railed Kidney trouble I was iiidr tbeireut-
I (IiV fienl of several leadlnir plivsicmna but derived no
lllli benefit, and mr eaao was Dually abandoned by them ss
I li! bopeleas. About twumunlha ssolvas induced to try
! III?' ?' PV1 Kennedy's tarorlte iteinedy. made at lion-
J 115. .Bl- f ' ? 5rteu four bottlea and hove already
I sv? gained S9 pounds In weight. My neighbors unite with
I P. "J saylnr that my recovery Is remarkable, llnow
llli- J am entirely welL AH the
j Symptoms of Kidney Disease
I IE i"? '' "' f wve spent hundreds of dollars for
11 "f!":J.orf "51 "'' ine'tfi-liies. bit none liaie crciu
II If ,5, Pllsneil uhat tiur l.tile Hi Knurls Kainrltv
f..f!J:'i.1rle' l ".""' '',l riswiintiiil It ! ail
sutierers from any form of kidney diseases, nnd ira.,u.
sssw aly advocats iu bee whenever an npportuultyoccuts.
L B. H'AHUBIX, BurrsviJle. N. J.
Pr Dr. D. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy,
TiB rwpaia.Ba4at.K.V, rries l oterfA J
-.fcjMSSijSiSSSaaasaaai sTi l f fUi.riJi-riJ'-rL'Lli " --Tlr"sfl
Botwccn 31st and 32d Sts.
ArJrertlsements receiieJ until midnight.
A SCARP IIAMIM wanted.
riSK, t'LARK ri.jui0.n''flBrovlav.
BOSI2 .Z.-HxpciTenred operators wanted, steam
power, steady wurki learners chanted 10. . ,
v KUItallKHIT, MtlttestUHhsU
BOHK Fii.iKitr.-A few more Rood folders ean
obtain first class and steady work at mi 1 ullonat.
w. ATERS a) etlfl,
BA T:rcn, ereratora, and finishers wanted on
white and alpaca vests, htsbestwaitestOsTOOdhanda.
o. 0 Ksst ttli u Jd lloor.
ButtomioLk opeiiator o.J,,.0,J
Iteece machine, rood wages i steady work. &! to 03
BOOKniNnKK.-lild layers, experienced, at
BAi.UWl.V8 bookblndtrr. 31 Cast Houston St.
BOOK. FOI.nKIXH, l7andand machine folders
wanted at DAl.tmiVH bookblndery, 81 K. Ilouston.
BOOK HKWnKH, also gatherers and pasters al
HALDWIN'S bookblndery, 31 tost Houston at.
B" O I. A XII "7 urmnc,'hlne operator wanted; also seal
sewers. II bast 10th st.
COVrrhKIt", eattierera foldlnir machine feeders
wanted 11. CUltTElA UU, 2s and20 Vandevrater st.
I",'AI)Y"PKA,riir:itfl. nood inakeni wantedl
' steady work and lileiiesl prices pahl to reliable
bands. L. Itli.MIV A (.U, o3s Broadway.
1,'AMJT FJ:ATIIi:KM. Wanted mod , pasters
X.1 and ejperlenced handa Apply at Hi Uleerker.t.
1.A l u o It T.
A ix l'EATII Kns.-rastern ttearuerstlearn-
ers wantedi steady work. MMtMAH A (JLlNt-
11UKO, UJtl llroadway;
FARCTTeaTIIEU JIAKKIfa wantedt best
pays steady work, I..1HJM11 k UU.BSS llroadway,
IjiARiiV KKATni'.K makers, branchers, pasters
JP at O W arElh'S. lancrosby. corner Ulecckcrst.
tUXflV FKATIIER MAKRIIH and pasters
1' wanted. BTKIN IIEILBIIUN. 6S1 Hroadwar
FACT FEATIIKRO Hrst clsss pasters and
learners wanted. 1. SIMON, la Bund eL. p stairs.
FltKi: fewlni Machine School, open dally from ft U
'. attilrla' LoJuliic lloic.-J7BL Mart's place. th st,
OST It I ('II FEATII E lis Wanted, good sewers
and curlers, steady work
IL LI.SDIIEIM, asT Broadway.
PEBATOTtn, riuterson minings. '
kisuil MA.NFO CO. aland l.ispenardst,
PAI'KIt HOXEN Experienced bands on Hue
and pn.te wort
M. SC1I WABs 307 Water st, near tloosevelt.
P AIT. It n OX r-rt.-Gcod hands wanted on pasts
ir ASI TEls A woman for kitchen work; one who
vt Is a rood plain cook washer, nnd Ironer, no ob-
Jecllonato a small child 231V est 1'Jelh st
WANTED Collar starchera alio leamerst also
Rlrlsover in years, TltOV UTEA1I LAUNUltV, 16
and 1h t oncord sC Brooklrn.
AX ACTIVE SI AN of neat address wanted for
our citv trade; win be Instructed and salary paid
lille learning Apply at store cor. 4th av. and 10th at.
AIIIO Dri soiio ejtra fine secondhand salts. In
splendid condition. These suits are positively worth
t!5 to SlU Customers can select any one of them for $S
a suit. Mls.1t store, 2QB llatbusb av, Brooklyn.
A 82 will buy a splendid pair of Imported woollen
. panlaat CAMEBUW'S, 202 Watboaa ay, Brooklyn.
A FOIC SAvou ran buy a very handsome suit
. worth 3u at CAMERON a .'02 Flatbuah av, B klyn.
AFinsT-Cl,A88 stitcher on carrlaie work.
CALLAhAN. 37 West th St.
8sn Kranclscn on the strentrth of tbo advertisement
that there are boiler makers wonted ssltianotsn, and
there are now boiler makers idle and cannot get work.
By order of Branch 31 of the International L'nlon
BOOKtllXDIlta.-Casemakera. also casertn at
HALDWIN'S bookblndery, 31 East Honstonst.
BOOKniNIaTa.vranted. asslstsnt stamper.
101 Knlton st. W. WATEIIH A BOW.
CASE MAHEttS.-Oeneral forwarders and hook:
f oldera AltdYLE 1'llfcss, 2i and 29 vr poster L
FEATHEIC DYEIt, A thoroughly experienced
dyer wanted: must understand hoH to do Cue work.
WUKZIIUKOERA llfcCIIT, 005 Broadway.
OOO 8IIOECUTTEnN at
J. AT. COUSIN'S', lOOOrandst
PAPEB BOXEN. Sober, steady yflunr man on
glue table Tlios. DAVIS. Jr, id Murray at.
PAJEI1 BOXES,-Wanted, younjr man at irlno
uble. HAAS.S4U Pearl st.
ROOFERM. a mass meeting of the Slate and Metal
Roofera will be held on Wednesday evening Aug. 13,
at & o'olock, at Clarendon Uall. llne for non attendance.
By order of the Union.
VA It .VI II KRU, polishers, and rubbers wanted.
W.M E. WUfcELUCh, A CO . until st, near ii av.
VAItN'HIlEIl. robbers, and polishers are re
qnested to keep away from Eaat 149th st
WANTED A man In picture frame shop; mast be
a practical gilder and bandy at fitting up, packing
rases, Ac : also in my art store, a salesman with A
ho 1 qualities in selling pictures and frames, Address,
giving sge, references, Ac, JAMES D (JILL, Spring
WANTED A oarrlaEe painter, one that thorough
ly understands the business, to take charge of
paint shop piece work. Address, with reference and
particulars. A. M, box lift, fcuu office.
WAT Etl 12 first class sand stone cutteraat VTel
leeley Collejre Vans., M per day. o hours, summer
Job. J. . KNOX. Contractor. Welleeley. Mass.
WAKTFII Amanaboutsa who la quick to learn
and willing to work; will be Instructed and paid
vrhllo learning Apply at stora, 102 East 10th at.
WANTED Jewelry casemakera, out of town;
young men nnd experienced handa Address CAS&
81AKLR, f'est Office box 2.su, ew yorklty.
WANTED Collar markers and asaortera, onlyex
per eticeJbands: nUoboys to roll up packages. 10
und 1m Concord st. Brooklyn.
"I STARTED Tin can maker, a good man, to go short
vr distance in country. Inquire Tuesday, between 10
and a at 11X) U atir au
WANTED Tailors, eneratora on fine ehopcoata.
Call all week. A. B AUNETT. 3 and -JM Bowery.
WANTEli An experienced salesman for the gen
eral dry Roods business. Apply 092 Bd av.
rtflME wanted. I'a'roa House. 01 Bowery; rooms
ill 2e. per night; free baths, modern Improvements.
CAKEIt Competent foreman on all klnda bread,
cakes, Vienna bread, and rolls; steady and aoneri
city or country. Dd Hast Houston at, coffee aaloon,
SITUATION wanted by a man 28 years old ; amply
qualined for most any business, can give good reo
ommendatlous andaeourltrlf neressary Addrees
STEADY, box US, Sun office.
AUOTIOV HALE-Dr order iif Nora Harty.
receiver it the late firm of Harty A Co., I will sell
at public auction f,n the tilth day ot August, IHfte at II
o'clock In the forenoon, on the premlsea Q (Jreenwlcb
st. the lease of building jo.1i ilrrenwlch st. New Vork.
for the unexpired term of about fifteen years and a
reueH al i rlvllegs of twenty-one yeara, aiao the dxturea
and furnltcre un the promises.
J01IM N. UlllROir, Auctioneer.
& Liberty st., hew York
!ooii urn! pnrtwentf. .utttt.
WA.VTED About 4 rooms In Brooklyn. . D.: In
smstl lionee preferred: rent must be low. Ad
dress W, box IIU. Bun up-totvu ofllce, l.t-tifV Broadway
WAXTHD-A floor or flat of six rooms; nearvdth
st. esstside; rent must bo moderate and houao
neat Address A J. )', 300 cirand st., olty.
ginlUtifj SjoMtfcn gg ffit.
DE.IIItAUI.E IIOUSEN. unfurnlalied and fur
ulhel luali rartanf the city
HlLSO MllllOTIIl.lia oa bast lath st, near Broadway.
utci "nflpartmtsitTs; Crt.
AT ftU'IJIEII l'nit'D, will rent parlor and
second floor, also other rooms lid East -mil it
AFI.ODU of seven light rooms to let with Improre
roenls. except range; rent 117, Inquire ua E. 7Sth.
1.1 It EN c; II FAHII.Y.-ia) Bast V2i st. corner
' 1'arknv Beautiful furnished apartments or single
room: moderate terms, Uneitspotlu city; splendid air
iXortlor gtwinciss gutiittfrrj.
TO LET yJeslrstte store nnd basement, for bQilness
purposes, low rent, Sjo till av, formerly occupied
by the llcraldand Jalegram; splendid location for any
business. Apply to J. V. U tUCaOyy. low l.;ur
Broadaay room H.
LonOIMbH.-Nsvr England Hotel, so Bowery SOJ
ilitht serarate rcwiu 4110, SOo.i weekly, SI IS. 8X
Ciri:i:.vii.iu ! ni'.'T'i'Aun vvr-.vswly
a ot cued, Orst-clais cooking, reasonable prloea llu
liasl ami st.
rilEKTH EXTHACTKD wfrilOUT PAIN, SOotT
1 rresbOas! HetseU up; ELKUANTaOLD riLLINO
guaranteed. Bit. yUbLEK'n DE.S7AL 1'AItLolti, CCJ
Canal street, corner of arick.
1J slclau attendant1) voll fllilnrs, ft un otherKVoi
r,-nitni rl. vi'r. wnirnu ol Pent tl t'o. lit dd av
U Gf Uitnc 0 it
WANTED One copy of the second volume of the
Ufa ot Blatnei most b cheep. Address
B, iL JlcJUUimi. 1)13 WUltBtUj y, BragUya.
HALF A MILLION ALREADY DELIGHTED,
SCrBRBLT THRtLLIKfi, altJtl) BBWlLDEnlKQ 8CK.
NOR THE FALL OF ROME. ..
SAINT (lr.OBOK. STATBrf I8LAN0. Hl
BTEJI1N08AT8O1. OVKIl DT la B
B o-(lrand aval Battle.
ttOo-Nern'a Magnlflosnt Triumphal Bssa
B OilO Cirrus Maxlmns-Chatlot rtaces Wry
Iptr and Uoman Pports pg
H . O'Stv-Burnlng of the Vhrletlsna .
Oil 25 tlrand Ballet of tKWIadlea .
0 U3-Ballet of Torches (AWX) torohea a g
n,HOnurnlni of Heme sw7
li)x-Dawn of Christianity.
Rtsten Island boata. Battery, every '".rnlntilesi fare.
inc. Hteamers CftVUTAl. WAVE and (lit ami UflH.
Tin from 2-Jd st, North Hirer, at 7il. and Jewell's
Wharf. Brooklyn, at 7. . Bound trip, 24c
Admission. BOc Orand Pland, 23c extra Children
under 1A halt price. Tickets at principal hotels, Bren
tscos. and on alt Elevated luilruad stations.
B. O. OILXIORB Lessee and Manager
tllewrved seats, orchestra and balcony M cent')
orBNINQ SEASON. OPEHIMJ SEASO.V.
Beautiful Spectacle and Thrilling Dramatic Story,
tOf)-New and Sparkling yeatures-100.
MAT1SEE8 WEBKESIIAY AND SATUBDAV.
Sale ofaaau opens Tuesday. Aug II
CAN I. NO. Broadway and 30th it.
KrenngsatH. Matinee. Haturdar.atA
AUKIIIIJA'S CftOI-rRT AMUHKMKT RKSOKT
HUDCF.RS lirtKATIilt THAN nVI.K.
100TII RErnERENTATlON. 8ATUI1DAV EVE, Am. 23,
ROOF OARDEN COhCERT AfTKR THE OPRRA.
APMlbSION 60c., Including both entertainments,
WALI.ArK'K. LART WERK OF
BIeCAVI.1. Ol'EItA COMPAXT.
MONOAV, AUCJ 2l
RUOOLril IIRLMVIIERN OPKRA COVIQUE,
P.VTtVlNns 1TH SJTimilAY MATtKnE AT 5.
BROADWAY 3!?t arSK:.?
Manager MR. HtA.S'K V. WANOIilt
Handsomest. Safest, and Coolest Theatre In the norld
01 AM ri:oim:mvo ju.muiit,
J. '. Bt'KK COMIC OPEBA COMPANY
In the most successful comic opera ever prodnced.
THE QUEEN'S MATE.
NEW MUSIC. COSTUMED AND BCBNEUT,
H.R. JACOBS' 3d AV. THEATRE,
3stst and 3d av.
I VOW PKItMANKNTLY OPEN
MATlrKEHMO)AV, WEDNKSDAY, ANDRATDIIDAY.
THIS WhKK. "I'AH'.ION'es NLAVEL"
AUUUST 201 . H. WOOD" IN
WAira OF NEW lOBK.
FIRE OF JLOKDOtt.
PAIN'S ORAND FIIXEWOKKS.
BYEBY BVr NINO 15XCEPT 8UNDAYS and MONDAYS
NEW 8CBNE8. NllW I'DRPOBIIIIBS,
A WONDbRFUI. BPKCTACI.E.
HK. JACOUa'S (TIIAI.IA) OLD BOWERY
Bowery, below Canal)
0. AUBERQ..... Lesseo
Matinees Mondsy, Wednesday, BBSBBVED
and Saturday BEAT.
It B. JArOBSS 20 CENTS,
OWN VAUDEVILLE 00. 30 CENTS.
Aug 20, EDWIN ABDBN. 50 CENTS.
GRAND OPKUA 1IOVSE.
Heserved seats. Orchestra Circle and Balcony, 50c.
nCtlFCMI HAT. EVl'MMl. AUO 18.
Uatlneen (KATE CL.A3C rON and I Mallneea
Wed. k Sat. CMAS A. STEVENSON. Wed A Sat.
THE WOItLIS AOAINaT UBIC
gale ot seats begins WEDNESDAY. Aug lfr, a A M.
POOIeE'H THEATRE. 8th at. and 4th av.
Now Ouen lor the SesiaoB.
Mit. jr. it. RTtiniRi,
In the greatest of American Ilramas,
Ml'U or THE OOIIS.
PBICEH' I0cta.20cta,acu. BO eta.
MATINEE TO-DAY (MONDAY) AT X
R A TrPT.TT. Heath of Z.len. Cashing.
OtXl.-i.llLl 1-lctiire. liOxSO Inches,
OF Presented to Each tutor
GrETTYSBURG, Beginning Aug.a Under tba
lBth at. and 4th av. Management of J. M. Hill
MADISON SVQTJAJIE T1IEATRP.
A. M. I'ALUElT Sole Manager
A. I COMNENCINO
I.FOAI. TCE8UAY. AUO. 14.
WltKCaX. I OILLBrTE'8 NEW COMEDY.
KOSTEK Al DIAL'S CONCERT IIAX.Z.
Ninth week ot tbe jrreat tragedian.
JAMES OWEN O'CONOR.
THE IIIIUU FONTE BONi. 4 EMPBIiOBa
LTOEVU THE ATE. 4th av and 23d aU
NEXT MO-iDAY E. It. SIITHJIKX,
NEXT MONDAY li II, MOTUEBN,
In LORD CIIUMLKY, byDo Mills and Uelasoo.
. SEATS READY WEDN'EBPAY MOBNINU AT ft.
WINJlBOlt TIIEATBE, Bowery, near Canal.
of the greatest melodrama of the ago, entitled
LioiiTs and shadows;
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
TTrii oband InTcaT platt.
11 DEUTSCHE X0LKSFP8T on Sunday, lBth: Mon
day, 30th; Tuesday, Slat and Wednesday. 23d, August,
ltvH at the Sohuetxen Park, l'nlon Hill Admission 23a.
Children free. A. SCIUtBIIldULLEU, President.
E. KUIILMANN. Secretary.
EDEN MUSEE, NfpHiw
BEABTIFUL OALLERY OT PTNE PAINTINOS
AJBBR IbaWOBLD-BBNOWNED CUES3 AUTOMATON
SEIDT.'H rONrEBTS AND THAYER'S FIRE.
WURKa TAKINU ejP ,EW UR1.EAAS,
livery night this week Sea Beach By. Excursion tick
eta only Include admlsalon to tbe fireworks at reduced
rates. Quickest route from New York.
WORTH'S rAl.ACEStMKDM, lOOandlON
Fast 14th st This week, tbe finest museum ever in
New York, end grand entertainment continuously. Ad
mission but 10c, reserved seats 10a extra.
TEUJXACE OaTdEN, SSth st, near 3d ar.
iMMt Nights of the Summer Season.
To-night, MMB ANOOT To-morrow, KATINITZA.
JEBVNAI.FM AWIt THE CltWririXIOJf.
THE QBBATEST OF ALL PANORAMAS.
VaJUon Ave. and 59th St Made cool artificially.
rniaiiTos beach kaces, ','''"' "
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FBIDAY this Week.
Races commence at 3tfo o'clock.
UBOUOB tt. ENQBUAN, FresldenU
JAMES McGOWAN. Secretary.
BRIGHTON BEACH RACES.
LANDING PAKREM1BKS ONE-TIIIRDOr MILENBAR
Elt THE TRACK THAN ANY OTHER 1I0UTB.
Hoau leave FOOT WHITEHALL ST. halt hourly.
Special race boats at 13tlu lu.KJt and lilt) 1'. W.. con
necting with through fast trains making no stops, re
turning immediately atter tbe races,
EXCURSION llt'KKTS. -iSc. Including STAGE AMD
ELEVATED BAILUOAD FARE TO TRACE.
Trams to and from SD AV. AND esill ST. and 0TI1 AV,
ANDuuTII tiT. Brooklyn, halt and quarter hourly.
Nsw York tickets good to return via Brooklyn.
YON ice us UA.ciKajLHHoviXTfo!r.
RAPINO TUFSDAY. THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
SIXTH AND NINTH AV, ELEVATED DIRECT TO
OF.OROE IL LOWBRRE, Prea
RANDOLPH LOWBRRE. Sen.
MONMODTU PdBS RAUEN-lOMl
llltAt.CH. N.J EVERT TUEKDAY, THURSDAY,
and SATUBUAY, until TUESDAY, AUO. commencing
al ! ai P. M. Central R. H. ot K J., Liberty SL Ferry,
B lo. 11.30. UllS A. M. 1J.I6, U S, 1-tXi Ii30 P. U
Pennsylvania It. It., Cortlandt and Desbrosses St, Fer
ries. 7 no. u: 10, HOA. m,i:kxjm.3 air.M. (i.p. m.
en Hturdays only) Uoati via bandy Hook, from I'UrH,
fool of Rector st , H f(. 11 cu, ii.uja. l laili 1:(JP. M
rare, ItoumtTrlK Including admission to field. Sl.su
J II. IQaTHH. cite, A. J. CAb.-iATT. Tree
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE,
OOO-OIB UAI.TIO A 87-AT IITJTEEU ST.,
near Court, Brooklyn, N. Y.,
CONDUCTED BY THE K.tANCISCAN UR0TUER9
Thlslnslttutlon empowered lo confer degrees, will re
open en TUESDAY, Bej t- 4. Studies Clauical, com
mirclal and acluntidc.
Jfosrd aud tuition, per annum, fsso. students nnder
19 vcara MXA Day scholara from f to 91fl per quarter.
For partloulara and catalogue apply to the President,
BltOrllEU JEROME. O S P.
IUEE t:r..VHEft for sslf supporting wnmea In
' writing, commercial arithmetic bookkeeping; bnsl
neas training stenography, type writing, rettmohlng
photo negatives, photo coloring, mechanical and free
hand drawing, clay modelling, applied design, and
Apiilv f -r admission lo the YOUNO WOMEN'S CHRIS
TlA.V AhSOflAlliiN. 7 East I Mil at, on and alter tepu
I. from OA. M.tn I I. M, and from7 ton P. M.
PEM,N'tl I'OV NKUIAAKV. N. J., Thomas
ilanlou. D D. President Commended by Dr. Mo
Oosh Escelalnliealtb. discipline, home comfort, and
scholarship. 150 covers all expenses and extraa, but
art and music. Beautiful and complete catalogue
PACKARIVN UHINKI OOI.LEOB and
School of Stenography will reopen Sept 4; send for
circular. 8.8 PAUKAltD, President, 101 Bait aM ft
IA II V wtiuld board one or two children not more
J than in ve are old, terms moderate, rsierenoea Ad
drtas Mrs. N. II L, Corona, L. L
WANTKIIt-A few boarders at a pleasant farm
house; large grounda plenty ot shale, good tables
terms Mi liy .rtferenccs ticnaaied, Addre J". O,
bui to. Orockield, Oosa.
THB ONLY boats landing at the Ocean Piers at
Coney Island and Long Branch.
Time Table for fonsy Island!
rrcoM WKS.T n st . tv. it-p. in. n a. it,
13 M.i I. 1 14 1 VI 8II.V4UO, H. . 7, H and 0 P. M.
rttOSI I'lllt ((NEW) NO. i, .V. It.-lattery
place station eleiated railroads) halt an hour later
I.MVrtUM'.l M.l.MI PIERM-AttO'tA
II A M. 1.1 4(1. ltt JtIO, U.13, 4114 5, 4 41. Situ,
7it a til. Otttk and lui9) P.M.
syjg-The last boat IrotuCouey Island lands at Tltr No.
1, N It. only
IAKIS 10 CONLY ISLAND AND RETURN. WCENTSL
Tuir: taiii.i: nut i.o.vo huaxchi
K Dion AVJJ4T liUD h'i N. It.-O X)X. N.and
FltOJI PIEIC (M'.T) SO, 1, N. K.-10A.K.
and 4 p. M.
leave nrrAN riru-i.' ij and n nr. m
Jr-The last boat from Louk llranch lands at l'ier No.
1 N n. only
lAltB TO I ONO nitANTII AND ItFTI'RN, CENTS.
flVCLK 1ARI, "iU ClTtt.
Fxenrslon tickets to ('oner Island and Lone Branch
rold st all down track stations elovated roadt, with
rreo transfer between -viuth lerry and ilattsry ilaca
tori'U and 3d av. paasengera.
Plerls.N B.,rniOrll.nHSI , 11, ft JS,I A M.liojtt,
184.108.40.206,1'or U. Jeirell'sMharf, BirUjn, sw, lacs, ties
A M ,1X19, 1 11, lil.aet P IL nuMrrt,awlJr,;Hl
1 '0,1111 J M,ItlS,3.tll,tl,41B,aelP U. UKTUHMMJ
lArenienlitan4 slmrtit nearly tin Ills P U. fti.
JIXCCU9I0V TK'KKlg, 40o. I.XTIIA ISOJiTi BUNPAT3.
SHonTEHT. CHKAI'KesT. AND BEST
to V est Brighton and Drighton Beach Hotel and ltaoa
Track, fccldl a Concert and Thayer's Pyrorsma.
Roau leave Whitehall st, lermlnua ot the elevated
roads, at 7H0 (hundaye s.lo) h ki u iu and half
hourly (Sundaya every 20 minutes) thereafter until
lu 40 P. M. Returning, leave I oney laland at 7 .22. 8 J2,
8 JJ. 10 23. and hair hourly until II :IJ P. aL Time to
Coney Island j7 mluutea . ....
l.xcurslon tickets, 40 cenu ffor sale, at elevated su
Hone), good alsu to return to 3d av., llrooklyn,ander.
changeable there for lar fare on the Brooklyn Uty rail
roada? or to return by the lllili.HTON BEACH BAIL
ROADon parmentof difference otfare.
Excursion ucketa to lirubton Hotel and Races.
Seldlaconeerta and Thayer a "Taking of NewOrleana"
Including tare en Cappers stages or Eeavltw Elovated
KailrondT 45 centa
Passengers are admitted FREE to the marvellous
water display, MAUAKA. and the Eipnsltlon, and by
exclusive contract AT BLDICLD BATES; to Thayer's
"TAKIVO OF NEW ORLEANS"
TRAINS EKAVE FOOT E. OATH ST..X.Y.
WzM daily except uIlday). Bll, lo.2Ci II JO A X.
13 sea 1-W (1:.'0 Sundays only), and halt hourly from
2 20 P XI to 20 P. M. and 0 10 p. M.
WHITEHALL ST.. term'nns of all elevated roada
Hourly from 7: 111 A. II. to 11.10 A. M ; uaiT hourly from
ll.-io A. tl. to u,lu p. M. bun da j e hourly fru-q 11:10 A
M toU:101'.M. .
Excursion tickets for tale at all down track (tattoos at
ORAND CONCERTS AFTERVOOV AND RYBN"Na
GILUUBRS UK EAT IIArYIS,
l'Aiyn OOKOEOTJt SPECTAtlLE,
"1666 GREAT FlnE OF LONDOH,"
CvtTj hvculpg fxccrtBundjiyiaad Moqdayi.
N. Y. & ROCKftWAY BEACH R'Y.
DAIaVT. lVaYR LONO ISLAND CITY. 7. B 00,
10'IH II IU A. M.t 12 IU, 1-Oft J 15, BOS. JO, 4.0O,
f 4A. 7 (at 8 10, 003. 10 OS. 10 IS. li:15 P JL
MW.VIIATfs OA L.lf.-LKAF. LONtl ISLAND
CIT, 7'iu to, 10 IU 10 M. II 00 A l : half hourly
from U 45 to 4 15,3:13. IS IMt-41 700,73, 800,8.33,
t US, 8 J3, W-Oi, 10J0, Ui40 P. If.
Arverneaud Far Ilockaway
fll'EJIAI, EXfltlS TUAIMI.
LEAVE L. 1. C1T1", 7 .S3. O 13 A. M.t 3.08, 437, 6 43
SUNDAYS OM.X.-LEAVE L. L CITY, I0J3
A. M ; 1:(U 3 40, 0 43, 0.20 P. M.
W. Y. TICKET omOE. 71 nROADlVAT.
fSPECrAI. EXOU UNIONS
IiY THE LBIL
WDNSDAT, MIOIIOLA. f)LE.
Special train leavca Chambers st
AUO, station ioa M :2td st. 0 -5
1& rt arwlck t oodlands).
E pedal train ieaveschambersst.
. stations a A. M.;2Jdst, o.lu,
f NIIOIIOEA OLEy.
BTJISDAT, Special train leaves Chambers st
sUtlonHIA M t 23d St. tl VX
AUO. bltEKtV LAKH
t arwlck Woodlands).
ID. Special 1 rain leaves Chambers at
station ID A JI. aud a P. hi I -ad
st,U5A-M and IK. P. 11
I for round trip Meal soc.
IORT LEE PARK" DAILY TIME TABLB.
. (.RAND HOUND EXCURSION L3& This la the
moat delightful time In the whole year to see the
WllRLD-UENOWNEIl PALISADES and UIVFR8IDB
I'ABk. Aten mUesatlupthe IlIbTOBtC HUDSON
bteamers from Canal st. at 10, 11 A M, I, 2, 3 SO. .
u, n:i Uand -0 00 p.m.. landing ac 22dand ami
ata, N. B 10 and 13 minutes later.
Leave Fort Lee tliSO, 730. 11 30 A. M, 12 It. 2,
3 30,4:43, 'A. "7 X 8 SO, anilinP. U. eiNDICATEa
all tbo INTKRMrDtATE landings are made. Sunday
time table, half hourly trips and extra boata
PLFASAM VALLEY OltU Wi 1(J LET; price J10.
SAIY. AROUNDST ATEN Illl.AMJFVKIl'i DAY.
TICAF.TB 40 CENTS. CHILDI1BN 10 CI-.NTH.
Iron stesmerMOBOAN leaves Ureenpolnt. foot of Kent
at 1 I'. N., 23d st E. 11.. 1-10 P. M ; (Irand at., 1 SO;
Bridge Pier. Brooklyn. I 45 P M. returning ly 7 P. it.
A Delightful Exounlon GOOD SEA AIR.
SATUBDAiS AND SUNDAYS ONB HOUR LATER.
CIIOI.EIIA or Fishing Banks Steamer George
anna dally, foot West Zld st. N It, 7.30 A. M ;
Franklin. 7 &u, pier I, E. R.. H3 (terminus of all ele
vated railroads). Ocntleinen. 73c : la Ilea 50c icIub&tiOo.
NICK PERTAIN. Captain.
FOBSIOItT DIRECT AND COMFORTABLE BOUTE
Tt) MANHATTAN REACH
TAKE litTII BT. KERRY. EAbT RIVER.
VTOTICE.-Machlncry steamboat SOIIUVLER dla
li abled Trips to Pishing Banks discontinued for at
few day a HANCOJ.
gftwiffj , ugminiftttg.
A noHEWOOIS upright piano, S5monthly,f 100
7 octave plana with cmer stool $0 monthly.. 123
chlckerlng piano 7 monthly until paid 130
Uiirtght plano,allimprovcments lno
LIcbto&Brnsto piano , 175
Btelaftay piano, perfect order , 200
VllEELQtlfc A CO. 23 and 23 East 14th St.
AN excellent 7 octave, tvts. largatnj new piano sac
rificed for cash, 2 Clinton place)
X ? INCIIEII PIANOH-Renowned for tone and du
' rablllty. 417 West 20lh st, and MV) Broadway. 18th sL
BAltOAlV, Three chunky workhorses, suit oart
man. farmer, anv bnatiiBKi: S33 to EH3. 4.0 Waali.
CI.ONIAO OUT BAI.ANOKof atockt surreys.
buggiea sud carriages ot all descriptions j auction
prices, all work warranted
N. V, WAUUN Cu, corner Bank and Hudson Its.
CANADIAN PY MATtE. VStij bay horse,
kind and gentle, yjo. Store 3B7 nth av cor, 44th it.
I.tl.ANIJUAV A CO, 1172. 874. trie Broome st.
Carriages of the beat class, Victorias, Cabriolets,
Ms a via Coachea LanJaua T carta Spider i'liaetons,
ladles' Phaetons, Dos a Dos Phaetons. Dos I'srte, Stan,
hopaalga. agnuettes. Broughams Kockawats, Buck
hi arda Dootors' Pbaelins, itnad W suuns. Extension
Phaetons, Milage carta Surrev Wagons, Depot Wagone,
Panor ehl(.lvs. largest storlt aud wareroomslntue
world. Lowest prices for prompt cash. Secondhand
carriages; a large line
F(U CIAI.K-By a family going to Furore, team
bay coca, l&a, aged 7, very stylish famtly pair; ex
tra high knse actlont sate and cheerful drivers, doubls
and single, warrantsd In every respect Call IS4
FOEtHAJ.K Horse, top delivery wagon, andhar,
nets, 75,ssll separately. (IHOCKII, 433 t estssth tt
L'lVE IIJtNliirTito Sv-lTwelfliU 1 an to I.60U
MANHATTAN HOLT OHM. 71 Koutst, Oreenp't
IIOlt sAliE-Two wood work horsesi alsotrucks
. audharoeas; mustselL iHOIJreeiiwich st
tplitlCttl NO llONUlfDlkNrTyirEK).-The sahicrt
A tor has facilities for handling large Quantities of
goods; also trucks and horses to let by the day, week or
month. Address T M OARRKTT, stable. 3H7 Waahlnc
ton st, cr oftlcs, Cunard wharf foot Uarkson st, N, It.
fi'-ifi -AKX AMI IIAUNEfli
i&OOt CLARK, 125 AV, P,
i.i(IIt HAI,n A bargain eb perfecting preasea
IU,oii to VV1 coilcs nn hour, coiripieiu stersotyp
itur outfit, castltur boxes, tall cutters, shaving machines,
cMutilni blocks, Ac, Ao. Address
DAILY Nlitf BFAFBH. csre ot THE VX.
OK a ALL- One buffalo bull flreyaaraold. weight
about 1,300 or (.propounds! will deliver on the cars
at Pierre, Dak , for ft 000 1 ha Is a Cue specimen and a
bargain. Addreaa J. ft. JUNLH, Huron, Dak.
IQVOU UTOBE.-A first elaas liquor stera for
sale; H years established 1 a rare chance to the
rlrtittnsn, delicate health cause for selling Apply at
tt(t BVYa arlnsclokls Swiss watch 1 13 60 alovely
W; shell patters gold plated wawhi call and sea,
wkaleaals and retail cataJc.ua f res. aUUTiajljl UUOdL
a,0,7BIiuMit1,if Arteity, "
WEST BRIGHTON BEACH
Brighton Beach Hotel and Race Track.
I'AJaT THAIKH, ELEOAKT CABS,
FROM NEW YORK.
Poala leave WHITEHALL ST (Battery! terminus ot
all elevated rallroade. hourly rrom 7tlo A. M to 101K1
A. M 1 thereafter II ALP HOURLY nntll ft X) P. M. and
at lu 4u p. V. SUNDAYS, first boat leaves atBHO A. aL
Last train from West Brlghtoa 1 JMn P. M.
EXCVIIMIO. '1'11'K.ET. to CENTS.
On sale at all down track aiatlona elevated road
Lood to return via -CULVER" HHOOM.lN ROUTES
Itlioul extra charge, and toretumto New York from
MANHATTAN 1IKACII via Bay Itldge or Long laland
city upon payment of difference In fare. M AN H ATTAN
HHACll TuhiTS. luued at N.wYork, are good to re
turn urer -UL'LEl: BOUTLB."
Trains li tveMav and13tbst. (Routh Rrootlyni bait
hourly E curslon Tlckete 24 cents. Leave I'lhav. and
nth st Kireenvcod) every 10 minutes, Exourslon
Tickets su centa LaatTralus fromthe Beach HiOani
ALL. "IRON STEAMBOAT TICKETS are good to re
turn via mh av. and 20th st and all connecting horse-
CArLLMANHATTAN BEACH TICKET are good to re
turn via Brooklyn routes.
All hacurslon Tickets Issued, at nth ar. and 20th t
Brooklyn. are good for PBHIf admission on the HltRAT
IRON P1KR eitendlng a quarter of a mile Into ths At
Ian Ho Ocean.
OtD RELIABLE LINK.
KNICKERBOCKER B U. CO. 8 TT! AM Kill
GRAND REPUBLIC AND CRYSTAL WAVE.
TUREK TRIPS WEEK DATS AND SUNDAYS.
Jewell a Dock,
West 23d st West 10th st. Pier 0, N.K. Brooklyn.
SI40A.M. b'OA. M. 11:13 A. VI. U 35A.M.
10 CXI A. M. II) 15 A.M. 10 30 A.M. II HO A. M,
1H3P. M 130 P.M. 1-4 P.M. 2-IP. M.
11ETUBNINU PROM KOCKAWAY BEACH.
Weekdays. 1 1 30 A. M, 4:131'. l , aud UP. M.
hundays.ll 30 A. M 3 and 0 so p. M.
rrooklyn Annex from Jersoy City 0-13 and 10:A.
M., and 1 33 p. M conneoiaat Jewell's Dock. Irelghtre
celled dally at West 2Jd si. pier until IU o'clock A. M.
Tlcketafor sale on all Blevafel Ballroads In Now York;
KAUB 0R TUB ROUND TRIP. 50 CENTS.
West Point, Newburgh,
Grand Dally Excursion (eicept Sundays) by tho fast
nnd elegant Day Line Steamers
..NEW TURK. AN II ALBANY.
From Brooklyn. Fulton st (by Annex) 8-00 A. K.
IromNow York, Veatryat. Pier 8.40 A.M.
From New orlc. West 224 st Pier 9 00 A.M.
Bxcurslontau will have three hours at West Point or
one hour aud three-quarters at Newburgh; connect
with down boat al Poughkeepsie. Returning, leach
New1orkat3 9o; Brooklya 0 a P. M.
A fine Orchestra attached to each boat.
A -POST'S MEW 1.IXE TO
ONLY TIIREOT LINK
TOOK WHITEHALL BT, Houth Ferry (terminal Ble-
Steamers SYLVESTER and IIANCOZ.
Orand su rJcrseyCtty Bridge Dock, South Ferry,
Bast Elver by Annex. Brooklyn, term. L. B.R.
(Ml A. M. S3AA.M. 0:13 A. .M. BJIAH.
101XIA M. B 33 A.M. 10:13 A.M. 10.30 A. )L
120 P.M. 1 115 P.M. 1 .SO P.M. 143 P.M.
SOO P. M 15JP. M. 2 SOP. 11. 2.43P.M.
Returning from Rockaway Reach!
11 130 A. M 12 sop. M., s P.M. s.aop. M, connecting
with Rapid Transit.
PABB BOUND TRIP. SO CTB, OB ONB WAY 23 CT&
BOWERY BAY BEAGH
Tnxnot teaatltol and ropalr Famllv SnmmerB
ort, only 2i mlnutei tail from New Yore. AccetwibU
ty eleraot iteinlot HOVllla'V from Uarlcm
Dridire, Kut iwmi il and aid ar., tromt) A. M to HI.
JI. directly to Grind Her. Liowery Hat lleach: fare,
15cu eacortioa '0c ; cblidren, 5c, axcunlon. luo.: &Uo
tyliorie railroad, from Wd it CAitoriaj ferry, from
C A. M. till mldnlitat. h are. 10 cents.
STJJA.MKUti leave DAILY. . IL, V, Y Broome St,
10 3Uliml2aJ,23dbt, 11 A,M., 3 1'. M,;ltottnd trlp.5c
LEAVE FOOT EAST S4TU ST. N. Y DAILY.
C KL7MK B 30, 13 50 A.M.; 12 30, 10, 3 30,4:30,
SUNDAYS, 8.1U t) id, 10.40 A U.J ICO, , a:SQ "3:J0,
4 .ML T, 'B 10 T. U.
All tralna to Long Beach (except those marked ) con
ncct with Marina iiauway tor POINT LOOKOUT.
CITOLKRA or Fishing Ranks dally Sea steamer
ACCOMACK leaves .'list st. K. ft, 0 43, Sd SL. 7-03,
Beekman SL, 7 .30; lYankUn tt, sharp. Tickets, gents,
73c; ladles, 30c; clubs, KOo Bait, tickle, Ac
V,SS. OROTE, I prf.,.
0, COOPER. Manager BAM KOPP. PvPrletora,
A-CBOLBBA OK risnlNO BANSS.-.
New ironandaafe aeasteamer ANOLER onlrlron,
boat on this route; dally, 31st sl, E. R7:30; Beekman
st. E. It. M, Pier 8, N. It. Rector su 8.3a Pare 73 eta,;
ladies, so ou. Bait and tackle. AX. POaiEB.
ggnrd nnil j&oon.
AN ICK furnished linll room, with or without board;
go4d home; a reasonabla price, references ex
changed. 338 Bast 7Bth st, private bouse.
A PEW nicely furnished rooms, with or without
Ta. board, bath, hot and cold water. 203 West 88th st
AL A JtOE front room, neatly furnished, in bouso
with owner, with all conveniences. 133 . 73d st
THIRD FLOOR FRONT, with board for
two. iuper week, atlloBaat 127th st.
A FEW nicely fnrnlshed rooma with or without
board; summer prlcea 63Esstllthsu
AI.AROE JXOOM, suitable tor two gentlemen,
with board. 317 Baat I2uth at.
B LATtOE, scrupulously clean rooma in newly
furnished houae, furnished to suit, breakfast If de.
aired ; baths; large close ta, 220 West 4uth it, near Broad
way. VlVRXIflllXU ROOM, for one or two ladle
X' who are employed during the day, with or without
board. In a private family: references required. Mrs.
E. I1ILLMAN, SJ4Bthav..Sdtlat.
i"riJltriIHIIi:i lcOOMK, suitable for young men,
with or without board. 819 Baat 43th st, first Boor,
IriVKNIMIIEIs JIOOMA to let, large and small:
terms moderate. JIBS. PALMER, 101 mast, corner
J" rmnsmilElJ BOOM to let. with or without
' board. In a private family. 237 West 12lh st. city.
DKNIIIADI.E llOUSIS, good board, lucatlon
unsurnaased, between Central and Riverside Parka,
and near L station. 18H Westuid st.
GU4II MOAltD and roams; $4.23, old eiubllahed.
130 Elm at. near Orand.
HArYJiHOME, newly furnished rooms, house sur
rounded by large garden and shad, trees; country
rtaldeaoo in ths olty 1 gas, hot and cold water
HANDIOUELY FVRMNHED front and
back looms; 3d Uoor; with board, rsferecoos. 130
West 21st st
L A1IOC front and connecting hall room, with prl
rate bath, unfurnished, or will furnish to suit; rea.
mnable reut l3P.astaistst
LABOG front room to lit. suitable ror two, with or
without board, tertna moderate ; also table boarders
wanted. 238 West 2Bth tt.
LA II OK and hall rooma, very deilrable, with unex
ceptionable Utile and attendance; refcrenoe. 40
Bast -"Jib at,
1 AROE, well fnrnlshed front room, ton floor;
i-f per week ; also ball room, 13. 204 west 43d st,
KATLY VVIIMHIIKU roenu with good
bonrdi en suite or single; summer prices; refer
encea lii But I lull at,
M'EIVY FVK.MHIIII rooms to let, with
board; also table board. 13d V est i3d at.
NMiEsYT FUK.MNUEW parlor, with board, to
tent, aultalle for two 14 Weat 17th at
SUl'dtlon aocommodatlous for two gentloment
alao table board ; references. 31 West loth st
rii Vt O ball rooma, nicely furnlahad, 3and X2.S0per
J. week, with private American family. Til W,49th st,
rjt WO X.ATIICN can have furnished room, with ox
1 without bosrd, 2a I West and st.
WOULD I.I KK to lake a little girl to board from
4 tj lOytaraofage; would give a mothers eare.
For further partlculara address A, A. C, box 114, Sun
up town office. 1,'J13 Broadway. ' ""' Duu
WKLL.FVR3VIHIIED square room on Hrst
floor, running watert suitable for two gentlemen
or Iranslcnt. I.uatt Broadway,
YOIjNQ JUAN can aeoare nicely furntsbodrocmi
, P'Zut nouae i reasonable terroit breakfast ir de
sired; Harlem l good ooalliy. near elevated etatloni ret
erencei rennirecl BBASQSaBLB, bc 174, 8aa offlos!
IRQ. WEHT lOTU BT.-Nicely fnrnUhed square
vf room, first or second floor; gentlemen only; refer,
enres required "
y gents. l snd upward, gas. bath, running water
hut and cold; also large, airy front room; small family.
1 0.5 KAT lOTJI MT.-The Kenllwortht large
,AV tront room, nicely furnished, for gentlemen,
bath, Ac ; tent moderate, ring bldl.y'i bell.
1 10 K"?" 1TM HT.-Nlcely.furnlshed large
A X room for two gentlemen; also ball roomt bsardt
private bouse " '
119. 1?r.E5'r.s?TH "J.-Jn.t open, nswly fur.
A nlshea with or without board' convenient to
"L ' atatlon; Oritclaas board, with use of parlor and
1 0i VfliST H1M-I HT.-Nlcelr'for'nlshed rooms,
Xmm with boardi also table board; reference.
d( Kl7 u'ru "T.-Klegsntly newlr-fur-V,nlah4d
parlor; other rooma, board if dtalredi
Hue tabls board. '
H(li AT nTII HT.-A fsw nicely furnished
y roomsi prirau houssi srtvats family: bath, gaa
and furuao. in cellar! ample closet.; convenient u sev.
era! lines and L stations,
Sflrt y,fJtT T T.-Larga, nsally furnlah.d
om hall room to 1st
III O WpIT eOTH rsT.-Largo furnlsbed rooms
wJLFlo lot, wltli bitli for geiillrinen or ladles, 2
ruomson second flour, and 2 on the Mini llot.r
JIOJ. KAi'l' 41'rfT,-,Natnln.veroniu as par!
& lor and bedroom t also other rooms; all laiprovtv
ni.nU; atltsts house, g.ullemenouly.
3sft WET UTII T.-A larg nicely fuml.hid
OWl second-story rront room, aultibl. tor t wo, (4 oil
wscal bath and sa, biaaifutlt dialled i prtTataT
T. XI AJIOHBR, Arsettoaear,
VILLA REIlDENCIia AND LOTS
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
lit Palisades Park,
Wednesday Afternoon, Aug. 22,
SEVERAL HANDSOME. NEWLY BUILT DWELLINGS.
snd IO0 choice villa plots, will be nfferat In this choice
settlemiect tn the blithest bidders WITHOUT 111, shit
VATHIN. Fifty rer cent of the prleo of tliadwollni
can remain on bond and niortgnse Persona doslrlitr
hoinesln acholce locality, nnd Pioso seeking proltabl.
Investment should attend this sain. Faro, by commu
tation, ten ccnta Till, guaranteed by policy of the
TITLE OUAltANTBB AND TRUST COMPANf
without expense to buyers
EDENZr.IfS MII.ITA1CV 11AAD AND
COLLATION AH DUVAL
I ree tickets nnd msps by ad 1 resslng
niTCiicocrt's heal wtati: office,
14 CHAMBERS ST., NF.1V MinK.
CAnrBTS, rURNlTVBB. AND BBDDINO
TBRMB CASH. OR CREDIT ON OUR NEW 8Y8TBM,
LUDWIG BAUMAN1V & CO,,
B12 AND B14 RT11 AV. PBT. 3.1TII AND 3inl KT3.
NEW TTOJXK C E.N Tit A L AJVI1 IIVDSO.V
allKAT lOUIt PKACK THINK LIVE
On and nfterJiilv 14 train, leave
IIIIANU 0I.NTKA1. HlATKlN,
Largest and tluestunssrnger tt.tluniii America.
8A.N., ttiichcsur 1-tpresa, dranlng room cars to
Albany, Troy, and Spracuse
DA.M, rnratoa, l,ako licorgcand Mont mat Special
drawing room cars to Saratoga, C'nldwilt Like tleorgo,
PlattabiirBh. and Montreal, also to M. Albans.
u A. 31 for Adirondack Mnunulns, 1 ii7erne, North
Creek, bcliroon l.lc. Blue Mountain IjiUe, Ac. Draw,
ing room car to fcarnwiga.
so a. i, PAMoti VKSTtnui.r ciiirAfin avd
RT LOUIS LIMITKD, comnoeed exclttsluly of biiltet
smoking car. dlnlie car, dranlng roi.in an I aliening
cars for Albany, Uilca. s racuso Nochesttr. Ilulln.o,
Niagara Kalla Krie Clevelnnd, Indianapolis, nnd Toledo,
arriving nt Chicago at u A M , ht Louis. 7 4d P. M.
next day, Pounecta nt Albauy for ( noperstown
I0 30 A II, Clilcauo Ptprese tcr Nlsgara tails. To
ronto Cleveland, Clnclmmit, Indlananolla Detroit and
Chicago; also for Saratoga, Cociperelown. and North
Adamai drawing room cars lot auandnlgua. Itjcbestcr,
and Itlchtl.ld tinrlngs
411 30 A, M , Uestera New York snd Northern Express
for Saratoga, Lake George. Butlnnd rietiiilngton, North
Adama Ac Drawing room curs to Troy nnd Saratoga
2 P. U.. Haratoga Limited. Kline on Haturdars onlr.
arriving Saratoga 0 ssp. M., Caldwell 8 MO P.M. Draw
ing room cars and buffet smoking cars only.
11-30 p. M , Saratoga and Utlca Hpeclal, with drawing
room cars to Albanr. Troy, and Saratoga. Huns through
to Lake Ueorge on Saturdays only.
4P M. Accommodation to Albany and Troy. Con.
secta for WUllamstown. North Adams, and intermedials
points en Fltchburg 11. It
to P. Past Chicago. Clnclnnntl and BL Louis Eg.
rreasforNlagaraFalls, Buffalo, Suspension Bridge, To
ronto (via Lewlaton steameral. and Cleveland, Cincin
nati, Indlanapolia st Louis, Detroit and Chicago, with
Bleeping and dining cars.
fl V. M. for Clayton daily. Including Runday: ror
raul Smith's dally, except Saturday Through sleeping
cars to Clayton and l'nul Smith a, via Utlca and II, W.
andO R It.
JO 10 p. II., Montreal and Canandalgna express dally.
Bleeping cars to l'lattsburgh and Montreal vlallonses
Point and via HL Albana. also to Ottawa, via st Albans
and Can Atlantic Ballwny, and to Syracuse and Canan
dalgoa dally except Sunday. Sunday train doea not run
west of Albany.
til iso P. M for Adirondack. Mountains. Lake Chasy,
Lyon Mountain, Loon Lake. Maranao, Pant Hmlth'a, Ac,
via Plnttsburglt and Chatoaugay Hallway! also to Lo
zerne North Creek. Bornon Lake, llltte Mountain Lake,
Ac., via Baratoga and Adirondack Ballroad Sleeping
cars New York to Platteburgh and North Creek.
0 P. M Special Sleeper, arrives Itochesler7.40 A. IL,
Bnflnlo 9:33 A. II , and Cleveland 1 IS 1 M
l 1 :30 P. 51.. Past Night Express for RlcbSeld Springs,
Bochester, Buffalo, Niagara Palls. Toronto. Cleveland,
Cincinnati. Indlanapolia ML Loula Detroit and Chicago,
with sleeping cars, blecptuff cars to Canandalgua ou
12 Midnight. Adirondack Mountain Special for Sarato-
fa Lake O.orge. Platteburgh, Loon Lake. Saranac Lake,
nut Smtth'a. Ac : alao to Sharon bprings, Cooporatowo,
and Klchfleld Springs, bleeping cars to Albany
Tickets and space In drawing room and sleeping care
on sale at Grand Central Htatlon. 413, 7HA and 4i
Broadway. 12 Park place I Battery place. 02 West I23th
St. and IJSth st station. New lnrk; 333 tn.hlngton
and 7J0 Pulton st, Brooklyn, nnd 70 4th at. WlUlams
burgh. Wettoott'a Evprest calls for and chocks baggage from
hotel, and resldencpa
Bun dally, others dally except Sunday tStopatl38ttt
it station to rak e up passengers f or J ort h and west
J. M rolTCCV. HENRY MOVKT.
Oeneral Superintendent. (I enernl Pass engcr Agont.
On and arter July I lti
OltEAT TRUNK LINK
AND DNIThD STATE MAIL ItOUTE.
Tralna leave New York, via Desbrosses and Cortlandt
Streets Perries, asfollons
Ilarriabarg. Pittsburgh, and tbe IVest. with Pullman
Palace Care attached. 0 A. It. II 30 (Dining far), and S
P. M dally New York and Chicago Limited nt Parlor,
Dining. Smokies and Sleeping estlbula Cara at 0 A.
H. every day
Willlamsport Lock Flaren. OA.M, B P, II : Corrynnd
Krie at 8 P. M. connecting at Corry for Titnsvllla and
tbe Oil Regions.
rorLebanna 0 A H..120P V. and 12.1Snlcht.
For Norrlstown. I'hoenlxino, i'ottstown. and Reading.
11 A M.t, 2. nnd 4 P. V. Saturdays only. B P. M.
Sundays, B IS and 10 A tt
Baltimore, Washington, and the Bouth "Limited
Washington Express" ot Pullman Parlor Cars dally,
except Sunday, 10 A. M ; arrive Washington 4 P M ;
and dally with Dlninir Car. at 1 40 p. M : arrive Wash
ington u 12 P. M : regular atv) 20, 8. and 8 30 A. SI., 1,
2. 4 WI, aud 0 p. U and 12:l1nlht, Hundav, 6.13 and
lA M.4 SOandOP.M.andli linlght.
For Atlantio City, 1 1-10 A. M. 1 and 3 P. 31. week days.
For Cape May, I P. H week daya.
Long Branch, Bay llend Junction, and intermediate
statlona, via Kahway and Amboy 3 l 7:ia and n in
A. M. Union. 2 30.3:10 (3:40 Limited). 4 20 ft, and 7
P. M On Sunday, 7:13 and 0 13 A. XL and 5 P M (do
not atop at Asbnry Park)
For Old rolnt and Norfolk, via New York. Philadelphia
and Norfolk Railroad. 8 P. M daily; tla Baltimore
and Bay Line. 4 30 P. U week days.
Boata of "Brooklrn Annex" connect with all through
trains at Jersey City, affording a ipeedy and direct
trantfar for Brooklyn travel
pOK PHILADELPniA. '
Express trains leave New York, via Desbrosses and
Contend! Street. Perries, asroltowst
6 sa 7.2i.8, 0(0 Chicago Limited, with Dining Car, and
10 Washington Llmltod). and II A.M., 12 20, I. 2, 3&SX
4. 4 tin, 5. u. 8 80, S. and Hrll. and MtlintgM. Ae.
oommodatlon. H:JOud 11 :1() A M, 4:40 and 7 P il.
Bnndaya. Exnresa 0:13.0 (0 Limited) and 10 A.M., 4,
4iJtt5.it 30, h, and U P.M. and 12.13 uigbt Ac-
oommodailoa 7 P. M
Trains leaving New York dally, except Sunday, at 8, 0.
and 11:10 A M.. L 2. 4. a. HP. N.and 10 A.M. and 7
V M on Scndnys, conneot at Trentou for Camden.
Ticket offices, Noa I, 413, S4ii. and 014 Broadway, 1
Astor House, and foot of Desbrosi.s and Cortlandt eta ;
4 Court at. and Brooklyn Annex station, foot of Pulton
st. Brooklyn, station, Jersey City; Emigrant Tlck.t
Ofnoe, Castle Garden
The New York Transfer Company will call for and check
baggaire from hotels and residences,
CUAS E. PUOII. J, R. WOOD,
General Manager. Oeneral l'ass'r Agent.
X' IIOUNT) ItSOOIC BOUTK. -'.
Time Table nf July I, 1H-S.
Leave N.w York font cf Liberty st, 4.7:43, I). It A. M t
1 sa 3 13. 4 3.L0. 7 30. 12 P. JC; Saadaja, s 45 a. M.;
Ie&re Phltftdelptili. Oth and Orfftn eta. 7 10. R 91
2 'IVi'i Ll,A a ft'15-7' ,3 r- Bandvi. 30
A at j o so, i j i, u.
Tickets and parlor car seats csn h procured at 71.
43. H3l. 44, 1.140 1.3J8 Broadway. 737 uth ar.. 264
Weal 123th t, 132 Faat 125th st. New York! 4Coirtsr
800 Pulton et. M llroadway Brooklrn h
UBAWINO-ttUOM AND BLBBP1NO CARS.
NEW TO UK. OrYTARIO A.V1) WEST.
ERN RAILWAY. """ "-"A.
Trains leave from ferries at Weit42d and Jay sts. as
West 43d 7 SO A. M t Jay St. 7 83 A. M. for Middle.
KM: 'ft1.1.'1""?, "ontlcello, Ub.rty. Walton. DelhLNnr.
Klc.n,,.uU?' ''""no, Oneida, Fulton, Oswego, Buffalo.
Detroit Chicago '
West45dst.U,10A M.t JaysL, 8 53 A at forWalkill
Vall.y .Utlona, Lakes MobonLMInnewaiviairi.il.!
t05'n-.E'JS!JT"Jl,!7,luI,.ir ''""ty. White Lake
f eat 42d. 4H0 P M.i'Jayet, HtM 1- M forWalkill
y-ail,ynV,lo,",kIJlk;, ,chon,f- M'nnewasta, Middle
town, Bloomlngburgri. Rlleimile, Mt Dale, Moutlcellu,
Pallsburg. Liberty, RhlteLake, Bocklan.l. ""
Xi -eat 4d IJ 23 P, M ; Jay at (1 10 1', M. dally, for Slid,
dletowu. Fallsburg, Liberty, Wa ton. Norwich Oneida.
Oswmo. Suspension Bridge. Detroit Clilcsgo, St. Iaula
BuB.t sleepers lo NUgara Pads. Kecllnlng chair car
freo to Oswego
Saturday half holiday, West42d. 1:I3P.N i Jay st. 1
5-Al?.'..miF"l,,W ".WHWowni llioVimlngti 'Jph!
?.'L?I,V, j"1barJL "ontlcello, Liberty, MhlteLnte,
Llvimtston Manor, Walton. Delhi
Pullman Drawing Room seats and berths reserved al
2?ISr?,a5ir,Tlm,.L;,,le'' t'eketa Ac, at 207, 7.
J.SSkBr.,'lw,,lrl,18T6,1 ISAEait ltsthst, Mi
West 123th st. New York
J a AVPKItSON, O P. A.
IB Exchange place New sork.
. TICKET orpiCES. 401, 317, 711. and
BjkJv m7 Broadway, ili llowerr. 1B7 Meet
WjTfWaX nt. 1 Battery place rhambera St and
Xfl32J323d Si.Perrlea New Yorki JU undMJJ
13H13W '- Brooklyn, 107 Broadway
sll0 Wllllsmsburghi corner Newark and
otsswr Hudson eta,, llolmkeu, Oj Montgomery
at nud New fetation, Jersey lily, r.bere
xr tlcketaand larlur or n "lnj Lar re
erratlons and orders for thrcktngaiid trntiste of bag.
gags oan be obtained Hxprras trains leave2td st Ure
xnlnnlesesrller thantlme shown rrom Lhambers at
t) A. M, dally. Day Express, buffet drawing room
ooaobesto Buffalo: Pullman sleeping coaches Horn. 11a
Till toCtnclnnstl and Cleveland
10 30 A. M. week dara Delaware Valley Express, par
lor ear to Blnghacuton, Owegc blmlra. and Corning
3 P M daily. 'Chicago and St Loula Limited." a
aolld Pullman train of day and buffet sleeping coacbe.
to Buffalo, Niagara Kalla, Cleveland. Chicago Cincln
xiatL aod at Louis. No extra charge for fast time.
0 P. M dally Chicago Express, Pullman timet sleep
ing coaches to Iltughamton llwegu, Blmlra, BocUcater,
Buffalo, Cincinnati, and hicagu
Per local trains see time tables In ticket nfuces.
V J MURPHY. 1. P PAIIMER.
General Superiuteudeut fleneral Passenger Agent
DB. FlMITn, : East lttli st . Talala Royal talMluT
oldest reliable phralclau and surgeon; bom ixm:
blood, skin, ulcera, dlschargea, Inflammations, bladder,
kidneys, heart, lungs. My method only one known mat
curse worst caecsn.rrouadsblilty.w.aknesa Advice froa,
DB. noataOUeTB. West 2ttb st. New Vork'.
Icsdlngadvertisine eelallst, iulckt p.rinnuet
core, ment cases t to i i.urs. Iiojriuiii ;t,
DIHEAHiajllI AtE.N liJ,I.V.-lini .r.autcti.s.
recsntorod qutcklrcurediterwsiaoderste Advice
free, Dr. UlllNUL 171 V, uthsu bet ,ili and 7th "vs.
ALL dlsessei of men. whatever tho came, recent or
aitHY, 8il Brvome su, near alowory. Uoon, t to ft.
''.-.' v 1- - - a - y v I
HOME, SWEET HOME.
THE OK RAT riCOIILEvi
Ot securing the reward ot Industry and frugtlitvfiu
hasux.dtha brains ot the wise and good for all genee.
atlons bas been practically sou o I by
.iKitu juhmso.v, ,n:.,
w bo Is selling beautiful, accessible, loti at
IITATT HPIUIIT" (WIN PI HI, II, L. t1
8lO( A.ND VrtVAItlli
Payable ta and tin tnnnthly.
EABT KEW TOllK (IIKOOKLYN), 88T4
Payable f 10 and (3(1 monthly.
Fare from flt 7 centa Time nf travel from til to tt
minutes from New tork, including ferrtea. Maps ani
freeexcnrtlon llcketa of Jhltlt JUII.VSON, JR. (OLlb
ertyst. New York, and 3J Pulton st, Bruoklyn.
THE ilEAXTTIFUL AICD FAMOUS
Union Course Property
ADJOINING BROOKLYN, IS UEINO
Ottered in Building JLots.
US NEW NAHB Vt
"UNION COURSE PARK."
IVho wonld not embrnco tbli opportuatty
to ieenr aomo of tho Unci- lot property In
th world! It location ) tinturpated. Its
rreat benatr I marrelona. !( ioclbltttr
the Tery heit. Ita bonlthfulneta uaquttlaaed
Ills ht on Atlantic aranuo and the Rapid
TraDa.ti.nd loctrloAoadi with depot oathla
rape rtr. Klght In the pnthwny mt Drath
lynreat srotvth, wlthlinuaes. liultdlncr IlUe
mnslo all around It and In n few ireeha all
over It, Wow le the tine to aeenre lota for
oath down or on BIO monthly payment.
Far fall partlculara addrce
IIITCHCOCIC'5 KEAL K8TATE OFFICE,
14 Chambera Street Xew "Vork.
Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
STYLE, QVALITY, LOW 1MIICK5
AKK TUB 1NDUCKMEVTS WK OPIEIl
ON WEEKLY OU MONTHLY PAYMENT
S. llAUMANN A II It O T II i: It.
SO AND 41 tVLBT 23D BT.
STATE OP NEW YORK. OPPIOE OP TUB
StCltl.TAltY UPBTATh, ALII L.SY, July 23, lnm
To ths Sheriff of tbo County of New ork.
Hilt: Notloe Isbereby irUen that, at the general elec
tion to be held In this state on tbo Tuesday succeedlns;
the first NIondayof November next (Norcmber 0), the
following-oltloers are to be elected, to wit'
A Governor In the place of DAVID R HILL
A Lleutenunt-Qorernor In the place ot &OWARD P.
An Associate Judire of the Conrt of Appeals in th.
place of JOHN CLINTON OKAY, appointed by theilov
ernor In tbe place of ClIAHLi:" A. KAPALLO. de
ceased Alt whose terms of office will expire on the last day of
Thirty six hlectora or President and ice-President ot
tbe United Htates
County and District Officers alto to bs elected In aod
for said county t
Twenty four jiembers of Assembly
AEherllr.lnthenlacoorllUOH .1 URANT.
A County Clerk, In place of J AMP rt A. PLACK.
TlireeCoronera, in place ot PLItlllNAND LEVY, JOIIN
It NUtlENT, nud IKHIUSAND LHIMAN.
All whose terms of ofllce inll expire on the last day of
A Representative In the Fifty tlret Congress ot Th.
United Mates for the Mxth Congressional district, loth.
posed of the t- irst Plfth. and Ninth Assembly districts of
tbecountyof New Vork.
A Kepretentatlie la the Fifty first Conzrrss of th.
united suites for the s-ctenth Contrresslonnt dlitnct,
composed of the Hecoud. Third nnd serentlt Astctubly
distrlctsof the (.omit) nf New Vork
A Itcprcseutatle in the Hfty flrat Conirresaof the
united states for the LlKhttt ConjrresRloiial district
composod of tbo lourtb ixtll, and Llfhlh Assembly
districts of the county of New Vork
A ltepresentatUs in the littvllrst Conirresi ot ths
united states for tbe NiuthConirreMlonal district, com-
I posed of the Tenth, TwelMti, and rourtecnth Assembly S
districts of the county of New York
A ItepresenlatlTa in lha tiftjr tlret Connrees of the
united states ror the Tenth Conrresstonal district, com
poeed ot lbs Uletentli, tiutcentb and Flibteenth Asv
lembly district, nt the county of N ew York
A Kepresentutive In the Ptfty Hrst Conpress ot the
United States for tbe Eloenth CoiiitTesslonal distrkt.
composed of the Thirteenth tlfteenth and beenuntll
Assembly districts of tbe county ot Now ork
A Itepretentatlvo in tbo Plfty-Orat Congress of tba
United Htates for tho Twelfth Congressional district,
composed ot the Twentieth and Twenty first Assembly
districts, a portion of tho Twenty-second Aasembly dis
trict, bounded on the north by the south side of Llsrhty
tlxtb street, on the south bytli. north file of Hflynlnth
street, on tbe west by the enat side of Lexlnytou ave
nue and on tbe eaat by the East Hirer of tho county of
A, BeprosentotlTo In the Fifty first Conuress of tha
United Htates ror the Thirteenth Coni;res,uiml district,
composed of the Nineteenth and Twenty third Aiaemblr
districts, and that portion of the Twcutt.aecoud Asein
ply district bounded on the north by the aonthaldeof
Ninety drst street, on tbe south by tbo north side ot
Eluhty sixth street, on the west by the enat side of H(th
avenue, and east by tbe Eaat lilv-er of tbe county of
A BepreientatlTo in tbe Firt first Conirresa of (he
United utiles for tbe Pourteenth Convresslonal dis
trict, composed of the county ot Westchester nud tbo
Twenty fourth Assembly district ot the county of Now
Vour attention is also hereby respectfully directed to
the protlalons of section 1 cf clnbter l!il lavrsnf lss
conferring cortalu dntlea upon Inspectors ot I lection
and other ofllcers. and proTidinp; tor submitting tn the
electors of said state a proposed amendment to tbe btats
Constitution, which section Is herewith Inserted and
mads a i art of thlsnoilce to wit
An act to provldo for submitting a proposed amend
ment lo tbe Constitution to the electors of the stale.
Approved by the Uureruor luy IS, 1H passed,
thrcollttlis belnic present
The 1'eoplo of tbe Hale of Now ork, represented in
senste and Assembly, do enact us followa.
8LCTI0N 1. the Insgieclcrs at each piilliii the aeveral
towns and wards In this Utate at the ironernl election
to be held in tha State on the Otli day of Notcmtir ,ue
thensand elht hundred and eUhtr elRht, shall pruMde
a box. to receive the ballets of the cltlrens of this snt
In relstlcn to the amendment proposed to the l onstilu
tlou by concurrent resolution, of the Legislature isied
n eighteen hundred and elabty-seven nnd tUntei-tt
hundred and elcht elcht and oacli voter may prtut
a ballot on which ahall be written cr prluted, or partly
w"ttn and partly printed. In thufoini to lowln Wr.s
Por the propo.ed anieudntent tt erctlon six of nrliile
alxof the uonatltuttoa" or abalot on which d utile
written or partlj printed, or partly ivrltttn nn I parllr
printed In ihe follnwlntf form rln ' Aailn.t the iro
posed amendment to section six of article six ot the
Constitution." and returns therrof shall be made ad
cordlnyly by inspectors of election and caiuatsc-s.
Bald ballot sbnll be endorsed "1 on, tltiitional Anient,
rnent." Allcltlxeiis cf this state emlileit to rote ror
Jlembers of Assembly III their rt;pi-lire diftricta.
ahall b. entitled to vote on the adoption or trio 1 1 opn.ed
amendment during the ilnyof election. In tbo.eieral
election districts in nhlch tlmr retlde Itiopectrully
joura Pltl.lihitU'K i ook,
SLCroiary of btiito,
siiEititPS ni'pirp. coi'ntv rornT noi'si:. ,
CITY AND COUNTY Ol M.VI VOI1K, ',
.... . July ar iMfta. i
1 certify the abnA to be a true copy of tbe election
notice received by ine, this day, rmm the Kicretaryoi
btate. IllJi.lI J OKANT
riierilT nf the Olty and I'ouiityi.r New Ycrk.
I'uhllsbers uf tii.wspnpera nro lurrby nntlned nut to
Insert the abovo advertisement uiikss itpeclallr autlior,
Izedautodo. IIUUH J ottNr
Mierlff of th. Cltrnnd County nf Niwjnrlt
Citv or mjw yokic n.VAM'i: m
PVHTMhNT, ItUltPAU HIK lllh UDLLUCTION
OK ASsPSiVlltNTU AND ABItP.AItt OP TAXI'.h AMI
AsnhShMJlSTd AVD ()P WV1P.lt HIMs. OPIDIi
OP TIIH l,dLM CTOB OP AhillsHMl.N r AMI
CLEIIK OP AltllUAlta, STLWAKT 1IIILD1NU, KUUU
as. Aui. 7, IBStl.
Notice of thn sain of lands and tenements fnr unj aid
taxespf Ituito IHrlJ, and L'rotoii water rcntaof h. i
IMI under the direction t Tlieuiorn t. tlinrs. Lom
troller of the city uf New lurk.
Thaunder.lvned iureuv gives nublio notice, puretuut
to the provisions of section tr.il of tlio New Vork my
that the respective owners of all II o lands nud tene
menu situated In tho turd Noa I tuL luoiusite, In
thecltyofNew York, on which taxes bare been loll
and condrmed for tbo yeara Iwm to la"-' both Inclusive
and are now remaining itue and unpaid, nnititlaotti
reipecilyeowners or all lauds and teneuients In tbe city
of New 1 ork. situated In the irds aforesaid, on v III, !i
f he retralar Crotbit water rents Iiav. b.en laid for tti.
yeara lenw to liwi botli Inclusive mil are now reinlti
Ingdue and unpaid, are requlied iu pav tti. sail uxes
and Lroton water rents so remaining duo and unpai 1
with tlio Interest (herein at tli r.iien(7 per cm pr
annuui. rrom the time when tin sainu bi-came due to
th. lime or payment, lordlier villi lbeiliari.ei,r this
notice and advertisement, to the L'ier,. ol Afsaiiueiit
and Clerk of Arrears at bis oilier iu the lluanci, it
rartmeut. In the nteaart llulldlii- corn.rut Itruadusv
aud chambers at . lu said city
And that If default shall Lo made In such pavniriit
such lands and Itlisiiieuts will be suld at public miction
at the Court House in the City Hall Pari Inthrrllyuf
Jew i ork. on Monday, Nor 11, iww, at IJo'olock mun.
for tlmlowtst term of years at which any iitrson slull
oner to lake the same In conalderntlnu ot advammtf
he amount ot tax or Lrotun water rent as lli i 'e
mar be, so du. snd tiupsld, and the liiterrst ilierrnuas
aforttsald to the time of sule, together with thocliaret
or this nolle, and sdvertl.emeni. and all oil r ui i
andrhaues accrued lliercon. mid thai ucli oah. t.i be
continued from time tu time lllilll all the luuduutidlire
ments soadvertlaed for sale ahall ld sold
Notice la hereby further riven that u detailed itato
nieui or the taxes aud the Crotou water rem, the uwu
erehip of the properly on which tame an 1 1 roton water
renta remain unpaid. I. published In a pamphlet and
that copies of the aald nsiuplitel sre ilplt 1 lis Ihe
entice of llielollectorof Assessments and t.lerk nt Ar,
rears and will be delivered lo any person aipolngfor
theaain. A it rAPY,
Collector nf Asseasments and Clerk of Arrears
Furniture, Carpets, anil Osdtflnx
ONTEKIIHAND AT PKIOKel TO SUIT THE PBOPLU
DUKINti TUP, DULL 81'XUEa SEASON.
a. L- . HA UMAN.V,
T TO TtS tlOllTil AVKNUE. COUHUU iTU it
.tt.4 w it y j a,, 'i,i,t fcjhtuyoj