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II 8 ' THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER' 8, 1891. , V
I TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE.
m western vnwn's several claims
O A0A1NBT Till'. HELL COMPACT.
, Xx.Jmlce I.onell Kaperted to lteport In
B t'otor or the Jsrll tomrmny In On S3,.
000,000 Knit "WVII.Knonn Itrlntloaa
or Other Lowell with tbnt rompa.ir.ll
U Eeveral ro&ra eo ths Wostern Union Tole
1 Btapli Company beunn suit ncnlnst ths Amcri-
i can Boll Telephone Compnnr for An account I
B lnc on tho contract which the two companies '
B had entered Into In 1H7U. It wns tlie Western
V Union's claim that the Hell compnnr had not
paid tho full tvronty tsr cent of royalties which
the contract cnllod for. A rear oco last April
ths lawyers for both sides nppoaiod beforo
H John Lowell of Nowton, Mass., who had been
B appointed roforco, and prnonted lliolr arcu
H ments. Mr. Lowell Is a mumlor of tho famous
H ' Now Ensland fnmllr nnd wnnformoilr aJudue
H of tho Unltod Btntes I ircult Court. Ac
H fWilltistfoirr. N rvin Qroon of tho Wottorn
H Union company the roloic-e's rerort Is nor ot
Bj in. Out Dr. Gtoeti mirs iliat the Western Union
K officials nto aware that tin) ropott will
Bj be aealnst tho plalnttlTn. A morning paper
Bj yestorday went Tor this litigation a.
Bl (trent length amlstntcd that the referee's do
Hi clsion would bo dleputod on tho croundtli.it
Hj many of bis relatives (Lowells. Cabots,
BE and Anion's) wero liitemntcd ns stock
BJ holders In tho Hell comi-nny. It alxo etntod
HI tbat the lltiunllon was lut tho beginning of an
Mjj effort ou the pnrt of the Western Union to
Hj crush tho Dell tomimnv out of i'xl-tunco and
Hj Absorb the business. This was what Dr. Nor
BJ Tin Ureen had tumiy lentardny about the rola
H tlonsof the two concerns:
B "In 187U tho We-torn Union company
Hi Mreod to turn o.-r to tho Hell com-
BJ pany all of Its pntont which tho latter used
In Its business, nuil In return fui lliix, ns
H tDo contract was drawn up, tho Wostorn Union
n Was to rereho 'Jti not cent, of nil rent!)
and royalties of th telcphono company.
R A , fluuro was flxod u-t thn tiilniinum
U price which shou.it bo ibnrKod tor tolo-
Ml Phones, Then tho lh-ll ifiitl bouan to
I orsantzo corapanto4 nil nvor tho country
to carry on tho tcluphouo business In tlu illf-
I ferent roctlons. In mitirn for the privlli'iroo!
using their tuttcm tho Hull eompiiny t-tlnu-
lated that those companies should p.iy oor to
tho Westoru Unlou tiunpuiiy tliu'-Jj per cont.
M of tho rents r.n tliolr iiiiiiiiniiiiila ai.d lnmd
9 over to the bell company :t.t pur rent, xftholr
capital stock. .Now wo rlnltn from tbo Dell
company our portion of thin Hj nor cent, of
Mock ns cnmtnc timler rn7altle.' Thn
Hi Sell company would not recounta our rlclit
HZ ud benco tho suit. About lU.uou.uUl) Is due us
9 We claim.
HI "Ex-Judce Lowell, tho teforoo In the stilt
webeRnn. bus completed his report, and wo
understand that it is iinfaorablo tou. but ot-
Bn flalally we have nn t'lircnirmir" of tbnt ns yet.
U The story tbat our lawyers will make n motion
I Jo Bet aside his ni ott this montli Nnot true.
emut wait until wo hem tho roport uefonv
wecan tako nny step. A word as to tho relit-
tionsof tbo two compnnlo-. Se hao many
Interests in i-nmmnn. Tho Western I'nluii
I Bide I tho Hell (ompiiuyin the Dalit made to
overthrow thn I at tor's patents, for we had a
I one-tilth Interest in thotn. On tho other hand,
there nre some points nt which the two com-
I panics elfish. This suit we have broucht
Hi Bcalnst tho Hell people in linston Is not
B the only proceoiiti.tr wo havu broitRht
H Bsiilnst th?ni. We luuonlto bniiiKht suit to
Bl obtain arultneon nnothur elnuxn ol tho eon-
BJ tract. I'ndor the contraet the l'oll company
Bj ssrees to carry nn no telecrnph buslnoss. and
BI whntteli-sr.iptilnelslaslrii tlv define f. At the
m Bomo tlmeweauioe to ilo no telephono bust-
Bj Bess. It n as particularly stipulated tbat the
Bj Telophono company should not even send
M market teports by teletihone for tho benellt of
B custoiueiR or lor publication. As it mutter of
B fact they hmo conio in direct conipetltlon with
Bj our own cold and stock buHlnos'. 'Jhoybaxo
Hj violated tile contrHot ho fur as tocvotip cer-
m tain Hues lor telexrnph purpose-. They lmvo
M leased wires on whhh nmrl.ot repnrts can to
B transmitted oer tho country, and hnro even
B lsoued printed reuor s of stock uuotutlons or
m caused them lobe published on bullotln boards.
B This i clearly a dlront lolntlon ol tho coatrnct.
B " The Western Unhm simp y wants its mani-
B fast rlchts in tho mutter, and Is maklnix no
B effort to kill off the Hell comnnny. Tin- paper
H which published its lone nceount to-dav has
B Rot up a -onsotlnn tor which tbero is no foun-
Bl dation. Tho relations of the Lowells with the
Bl Bellcompam. whlcli woto brought out In a
B! Cnnirres-ioual Imiulry lour veais aco. were nil
Bl published at tho time, and there is notulne
new In that''
H jivnr.T. so- army trade.
BT Karketlac thn Cotton Crop-Trouble With
Tcxni 1'lcLtia.
B' Atlanta, Sent. 7. Tho rovlvnl In the busi-
B tiess centres of the South bus boon marked
B,. durinc tbo last two wsoks, Tradine has be-
Bun briskly and banks whlcti were presslnc
the collection of paper all summor aro now ex
tending aco'immedatlons liberally.
Tbo Bre.it acm in the revival Is tho market
ins of the cotton crop. In tno early summer
tho promise of an ovoiwholmins crop threat
ened such a low price that there was a de
pression In town and country. Mr. Sam Io
nian, tho most ex tonsivo cotton buior lu the
South, predktod that tho yield would be so
large that six cents miulit bo tbo rullne price.
Blnce tbnt time there have boeu hoavy rains
followed by cool weather, tho rosult of which
Is best explained by tho loport of State Aerl
cultural LomiulBsloner Itosbit that the aer
bko In (ieurtsla tell oil lioin b! to 8'J duiine
AuBtiHt. HesldcH this dfcrensd avernue,
tbero is adeereio of ten per colli, in itcieiice,
which war. not expected by Mr. luuiuu las'.
July.
Tbo reports from Tevns this mornlnc flint
the cotton pickers woulii izh on a htrlKo ne.t
Haturday iiniesH thoy cot prieos for i ckinc
wblch tho plantors eiinuoc ntlord to elve. mo
scarcely credltod here. Hevoral day' suspen
sion of cotton plckim; lust now. when tbo
weather is so favorable for work, would re-ult
In the loss ot tne nrodii'-t. It is claimed by
city businoa. men Hint this would bo another
onuso for sdffftnlnc tho price ol cotton, and
that it tbe pIcker-HUccaeilnJ In their deiuamlB.
It would he for the advnutnKo 01 commorcinl
Interests, as all ths money mndo by tills il.iss
of people Is pu' imo liumodiato circulation.
Col. A. J. Mollrldo. wliosu wide business In-
torosts throughout North Catolinu, Uoorci.i.
Uennoshue, and Alabama briiur him in touch
U with tho eri'nt urteiles of Southern trade, s.iys
tbat the revival of liuslneis activity is well
founrted. and ho predicts i statin of creat
frosiierlty. in this opinion hois endorsed by
he leaitlnc bankers ut Atlanta, -iieb ns
llessrs. Loivri, lluas, Ilcmphitl, and Hill.
I rtlE 4 1-3 VER CfiVrA
H Notice to nnnka thtit Sllll ITold tllcnl na n
H 2lnl tor flrviilutlon
B WiarrrNaTON. fiopf. 7. The amount of 4!'
ter cent, bonds recoivod at the Treasury De
ll partment to-day for contlnunnce nt i! per cent,
aeirregntrd 1223.000. mnklnc the total to date
S2.037.8:u, Tho amount received lor ro ,'omp
Uon to-day accrouated t2C2.inu, uial.lnK tho
total to date f J.SOJ.TOO. Thesollutticsdo not In
clude the transactions at the Now York iJtib
Tieasnrv. Sir. IX H. Lacoy, Comptroller of tho
Currency, hasucnt t'io following notlco to tbe
osheisof those national imil.s labiut forty
flTeln i.umbor) wh!chli.e l'j per cent, bonds
on deposit with the United Males Tr-fts'iter a i
a basis for circulation ou ulilcti intcro.-t itus
cossrtl:
uc lonsr. rpcifolij adrliol Itiat 1114 riii.oik)
tJjMrco.1 bjndi loftu ol -lu li l". sihIJ.iu. ,
!if. nov tiiu In tra.t by th. Ircnrrr "t tlie I nliti
att. a. Mcurliy for ti outuiuliii circu atton ut
yavrtuuik.ks.teou callej far re Jriap'tiu m. tli.uu
try irilcr.tiO-r' urtul.r.or Jan. u mitrcpl .'. linl.
c.lr ! Ktilru 1 .iiclui tier.iotli. oa win
bMrra ihmt th. )nlcrb hn. cemeit on lh.
a tbtrelr rvnatrioi; tli.tu. under tti. Pov.
ti lancer srail.bi. s cvcurlty for tlie clr
caiuiliin nf uunoiiaj Mnt a onir Ini'rt.t
VrrBX vvnd. ran . Ii.l'l. 'Iticrelore it
WH(t. iitftiir Itiat you .ultllute l lrni (tie
nitaiivinm atavant ut vtlier Ixn'.'i. ulitiout do ay, J.n
clerad 1 t.aiU ruu blank reiutiolnn v liii h will iii.iui
yvr Peant of Mrtcier. bi uuLf men aup.iwlt.on nf
tsaa bans. a. Uiri iiih) nceia (roptr. uii.i to aoiO
eewtu.itm and a. tut a debo i oibl. la the i rmnia
azvrutlvii of itir irorL. yutir nltutloi i at rd i. iho
raHtoviur expimiallitn or llieae nuil.a lll.ra folfort
XBtratiaUca or blulika.1 If )ttu dilre youi b..nij.rnii
ttai'.i "i ilriif nt :;ptr crt,t ani aittt htl i bi tno
lYraarrrr or tbf I'ntled i.tute. at a.cnritr. p'wiair
ilt tu (bi t.citlurr v! tlie Irea.urj (or fapc. mj l'i-
Tke Xev Byatrm i Satu tr Timrj TrJ
JCaterlal Aiiptevea.
TAramoT03. Brat 7. Borne tiros aco com
plaint reoebed the Karr Department that the
tr m n ol alllue old material In navy yards
opo-a sealed proposals, as Initiated in tbe sale
M the N'ewTork KaryYard last Jnra, caused
Icn to the GortTnment and dissatisfaction to
tilddera. etocretary 'i'r'iey appointed a Hoard
touittiean inTestlcatlon. aud I this Heard has
just report'd through Its 1'reMdent Cap!.
Bunir. Tbey And that all of tho re (iiirements
t of law were complied with at ifas sale; tbnt
th ooi remoTed by purebnser" corra
(ponded exactly in kind with tboe peered for
(.la. B' J thft' inrmilons in iiuaiitlly wern
ear red by tlie ti-iru 'more or los-" in the
aeb'duks. unly two IrreKiilar.lle weie (
covered. aad tliey were trivtnl and leiulttd in
mo baa to tb Ooroniment. Kummlns up, the
Botuvl approve enronslyfrf the new system of
auileev aod eaaaot fled occasion for asinnle
ausnatloa loo Use to lmproiement
FINANCIAL.
At the close of the dny In London Consol
idated were OS1.' for money and 05 13-lCfor
tbe acconnt New York, Pennsylvania nhd
Ohio firsts were quoted at 371.: Canadian
1'Aclflc. 01.'. : lirle, 2BS : Illinois Central, 105',':
Mexican ordlnnrr, :i.''.: Bt. 1'aul common,
7:i'.; New York Central, 111).'! Pennsylvania,
5".'.; Hemline. IDS. The rate of discount In
tho npn market for both short and three
months' bills was til por cent.: money, ;.'
per cent,
I Pails advices quote 3 V cent, rentes at 06
frnncs 17 'i centimes. .. . .....
'J'ho amount nf bullion thst went Into the
Bunk of L'ncland on balance was 33.0U0,
i:nrnpen Mnnry Marketa.
Lonpok. Bept 7, Americans opened firm,
then declined on realizations, but subse
quently reooverod and clnsod at the best prices
of the day. Loulsvllles were In demand, as
well ns Ontnrlos and Pennsylvania. Qtand
Tiunks and Canadian Paclflo advanced and
closed at the best of the day. The forolan
market opened Arm. but cased off later, on a
rumor that Knsland bad opened necotlntlons
for a revision or tho treaties of Paris and Ber
lin as recards the Ilalkans and Dardanelles.
HlUer quoted 43 on Continental Inquiry, and
Mlver securities firm. The sum of 33,000
enme In from Lisbon, and dlseonnts are weak
nt 2 for three months and 3 for six months
Mils. Markets Generally were firm, but dull,
and tho day's business shows how much Lon
don is taklnc Its lead from New York.
Crop neporte.
Kt. Pauu Bept. 7. A special from Cass
county. North Dakota, says: "Thraehlncls
now progrosslnc tepidly throughout Csbs
county. Olt r Dnlrymple thrashed thirty acres
yesterday tbnt averneod thlrty-flvo bushels to
the aero. He has 400 acres, which he thinks
will nvorage botween thirty-five and thirtv
rleht bushels. Ills estimate of 500,000 bush
els ns tho production of his farm
Ill's year will be fully snstalnod. It
may be bettor than this. Deports from
tho thrashing machines In this vicinity are of
n very aryinix nuturo. The machines have
beon running over a week, nt.d tbete has not
been an Instance where the yield has boon
lessthnn twenty bushols to the aero and the
crude lower than No. I Northern. The daninco
dono byftost is scarcely perceptible In the
wheat Holds. Whntovor tbe damnco Is It will
cot btlne the nvorage lower than twenty bush
els throughout Cass county."
In Walsh county. N. D.. the yield seems to be
boyond expectations. No one reports loss than
thirty bushels per nore. and some moro than
that, llobert Wnrwn of Forest Itier roports
having thra'hod lony-threo bushels of No. 1
bard per acrn from n small field. Tho preva
lence of smut In come fields wilt lower tho
grade of such whont. Mon nro plentiful, but
tenms lor thrashing aro scarco. In view of
hoavy returns from the thrashing machines
the aggreuato 0! wheat for Minnesota and the
Dakotas is now placed at 170,000,000 bushels.
Ottawa. Kept 7. In view of RusBla having
prohibited the exportation of rye from that
country, tho British Government a fow weeks
ago requostod the Canadian Government to
ascertain what surplus quantity Canada could
be counted upon to export to Great Britain
this year. To-day the Minister of Agriculture
cabled the Imperial Government that at the
outside 250.000 to 300,000 bushels could be
drawn from Canada.
St. pETEnsnuno. Kept. 7. The prospects for
a good harvest In tho Caucasus aro splendid.
The Government has reduced by 50 per cent,
tho rates hitherto levied upon cereals trans
ported on tbo Caucnslrra railways. In order to
facilitate the convcynnco of grain from ono
pnrt of the country to the other. The naviga
tion companies on the Caspian Sea and on the
Itlvor Volga will n'so lessen their tariffs.
It is officially announced that thero are
large reservos of ryo stored In the granaries of
the Baltio province of Livonia, and the Gover
nor of tbnt proilnca has offored to lend a
million poods to tbe provinces which find
themselves deficient In their supply of ryo
owing to bad crops or other reasons. This
lonulsto be repaid to Livonia when the next
harvest is gathered."
Tbe peasants or Courl.-tnd. another of tbe
Baltic, piovlnces. hare made a t-lmilar offer.
They announce tbeir willingness to lend a
million poods of rye to less fortunate prov
inces on the sole condition that the imperial
Government will see tbat tbe grain loaned is
instituted in duo courso of time.
I.Wc Klock Market.
Nr r..ne. Monday. Sept. 7 It.c.tpt. of bseraiyai
terdar and tn day were H.771 hand. Including Uicara
rorexpnrt. li era for tlie market and ihj cara direct
lit a auitht.rrre. Tli. tradtno1 waa.tnw at a reduction
ori.e el leu ft, but the pen. were fairly rleared at
the cln.e 1'oore.t til be.t native ate.ra .old at SI&
fori 101 ts rteiamand Colorado, at M.rtGtfl.t.x bulla
and dry cowa at SJ.nor43. Urea.ed beef .teadr at
. rgrti.c V ft. for native .Idee. Late.t cable rrora
londnn quotes American ate.ra Arm at Home ft ff.
droed weight, and American refrigerated beat hUher
at .cant 04c V .
heceipta of calves yesterday and to-day were 'J.547
hi ad. rtie market ruied slow, at a slight reduction
from rreilou. valuee. Vea'.so'd at o.i03$-t.'J ft 100
rr.K., iminnee at '-' 003JJ, buttermilk calves at
! i.V.,.t.'iU.
Receipt of sheep and Iambi yesterday and to day. In
eluding 11 earn ulrecr, were iiitohead. bheenwrra
steady and unchanged, lambs weak at a reduc Ion of
lie t It. Sheep sold at HVS') V tooths, lambs at
yuyii.'.s Jire.-d mutton eieady at 7tft!uc. is S,
uruiiket lambs .low at Hit4 lie.
Hecelpta nr ligs yesterday and to day were in.Bon
heal, including bears for sata. MarWat steady atSl.lU
ao t" lo us.
THE FIVE Al'l'JlAISERS.
Preparattlona to Itrcln Crlmtnisl Proceed
tnftn Against Them.
Pmr.tDELrnTA. Bept. 7. Althouch this was a
legal holiday, and ths offices of tbe city de
partments wore closed for business, there was
nn important conference ut the office of City
Tieusuror Wright, nt which tbe latter placed
beforo Dlstrkt Attorney Graham all evidence
in his po6Bo.-ts.lon as to the alleged derelictions
of tbo Iho mercantile appraUois. Tho only
poi'sOii-4 present nt the conference were the
two ofllclnls and Joseph P. Ciillen, private
conns-el or City Treasuter Wrlgtit.
The District Attorney expressed cre.it sur
puna ut the ieolutlons its to the manner in
which tho ofllt-e of tile inorciintllu nnDralsern
hnd beon conducted, and announced tbat thn
teportn in the possession of Ttho City reusuror
were sulllclint to warrnnt the commencement,
otctlmlnal proi'i-o. tines ngalnst the apprais
ois. Messrs. I'.ittou. llotibemau. Hunter. Boll,
and Crawfoid
At thn end of the conference tho Dl-trlct At
torney asked tbe t'liy Tr nsurer to allow him
setorul dayn' lime, ho that his counsel might
arrange tn tostitnony for coincnlmit use at
tbo piellmlmtrr hearing. Mr. Wright acqui
ocod in tills sucuostlnn. and stated further
that ns noon us the District Attorney is ready
be will hiiiko ths uecssary nfrliliirlts ution
which warrants will be issuod against tho Iho
npprnlseih.
L.tieriu the dav Auditor-General McC.imnnt.
who. jointly with the City Treasurer, bus the
pan or of appointing tho tho meicantilo up-i.iftl-eis,
held 11 long tonferoiice wltn Mr.
Wnlii. Aftortho voufi roneo the follo.vlng
I letiur of sti'iuonsioii was :.out to theapii uN-or-i
l!rsra.J!dwnri! tl'. rai tun. Aibert Crawford. Hurry
Hunter Ainuei 1 liou.emuu, and James 1. Uctt inn
st.tu Ing the unard of fct.rcaiitiie -tppr.ii.ers of and lor
tne illyor t'h bideiphtx ib-nt stneii ton are hereby
nuitleil t at t'eintiiig a careful '-anilnatlou of the
charges nude. ivatn.t rnu I y W, K. Wright. ('It Treas
urer, aim 111 tbe etitence in hl pu.seis'on, you art
sutptniJed trout onh'o lie.r ecitullr,
liiiiviK Mii'tviM Andltor Oenrral.
I Jott, in the above order of snapsnidon. but beuere
that the order should be una f.f dlimisaal. basing my
be let upon the churaeter or the evidenrn tn mv poise,
ion ', It. Mn.ur, rity Treasurer.
Condition of thn Trettanry,
WAMiiMiTON.Sopt. 7. Tho statement ol the
United Stntos Tieasut-ei' shows gold, sllrcr,
Unltod States and national b, ink notes in tho
Treasury to. day ns follows:
00 d en n nn t bullion ;j4lt.H'I.HS3
M Ter doii. r and l.ulll(.u I.il.7i',lt7
Kiliirilo.isisainl builimu act July It. Ibj... uo.ii,, 77
traiiaiiittur i.ar j.si :'tvl7
Irrtii.iiAl .liver coin,,-., , lb.vv..un
United i-tair. iiniss :r",ii,ij7
United stales Ireasury notes ,,, i,j3isi
National bank notes It,sse
National tank notes In prucett of redemp
tion K.Bus.noo
U.puslli with uallon.1 bask depositaries.,, lo.nl Ms
Total , , 7f4.J00(50
Certmcatta nutttindtn:-Uiild. tl(-.'Ji7noi silver,
PI",!'.!'.'.'!'. I'nlie.i n a.at treasury sue. 117.7 j,71Ji
curreury fJ7,ui ,
Ihe rrcelp.a from Internal revenue to-dsy vere
S'-mi.jii .rid from cn.lMnerHe.i
.Sailonat bank nutv. recelrel today for redemption
an tiuui to 91", ,rv,
(J( the 'IM.QM ounro of nl vet offerod for ssle
tn the 'Ireasury J'epattinent lo-ony 2 O.uuo
oimco wer. purchuseii. ns fol ov.b; CU.UuO
ounco: at tU.OJu, 'jui'.uoo at I0.UM-J5.
tiriln CloiiBliiiC tbe KmIIi uiitt,
Cirnin shlp.uents have become to heavy ns
to clog the railroads. On Buuday there were
1,'JOO cars laden with crnln ut Albany on tbo
New lork Central and Hudson Uiter ilaliroad
waiting to. get through. These delayed oars
would make about thirty trains.
, A
TILES
or EVERT MANUFACTURE.
flpeelnllr for Bnlhroooms, Toilet Rooms,
Floore, Walla, nnd Hearth Fnelnrte.
r.attmatee aulimltted for tbta elaaa of TTork.
Warerooms. 28 & 30 West 23d St
Factory. litO. gBi two 'Wa't Sth Bt,
rttEE DELirenv is small towns.
vTnmker Maya I Wat rJnccenariil Re.
yond Ilia Moat Snnnolno Expectatlona.
Washinotos. Bept. 7. Tho Postmaster
General was Indignant when he learned that
during his absenco on vacation nn Ill-informed
clerk In ono of tho buteausof the PostOfllco
Department hnd given out false Information to
tho pross that the f roe-delivery experiments in
smalt towns aro not a success. He caused nn
examination of tho lalost reports from theo
experiments to ho made, and found thoy wero
succeeding beyond his most sanguine expecta
tions, and In a way utterly to confound tho
critics of the experiment, it Is already an
established fact, It is etatod. that the
Increased rovenuo In those offlcos whoro
the froe-dellvery oxporlment Is on trial
nlmost pays for the Increased expenditure,
and It Is hoped by judicious management thnt
In the nvorage tho experiment will entirely
pay for llseir, as some ut tbo offices more than
do that. I'.ven If the free delivery doea not
qultepayforltsoir.it Is llkoly that tho Post-master-General
will ask Congress lo consider
thn question whether tho rural districts of tho
country mny not properly expoot this slight
contribution to their postal fncllit es. where In
so many nuartars they have up to tho present
time been considered so limited.
financial.
JfossiTftr &T7iiankers,
f! New Be. Naw Vcrk: .Meant WlltTqoMB. WEAD
CO. as Equitable Building, lloiton; Tta FKCL'RtTV
TOMrANV, Hartford, Conn . and tho TITLE flUAn V.V
TCE I LOAN CU, Denver, will receive subscriptions
$125,000
Of the folly paid, non atteisnble Capital Stock of
The Denver Land and Water Storage Co
DENVER. COL.
TltE STATE TRUST CO, M) Well (.t. Kaw Tork. will
act as a depository for all subscriptions mads nn the
('omnany'a account to ths in or to the bankers above
mentioned.
roNPENSKn BTATEMENT.-Tha Denver Land and
Water Morage To. owns 17,700 acres of fine fruit and
garden land adjoining Denver, population i.'O.Ojo, ('as
tiawond Lake, the Arapahoe Canal and Intersil form
Ing the matt scientific Irrigation p'.ant In Colorado; the
Ulddletown Mono Quarries, Fire flay Beds; llouresi
Horses, lo, appraised by competent visiting experts nt
4.3s.om 7:l ten-acre tracts of this land have been
sold since June 1, at prices averaging a return to tbe
t'nmpanyof nterS!Ml an acre. The proceeds of this
snbcrlpiion wilt bo used In bettering the property and
purchasing General Mortgage Homls. In both rases in
creasing theialueof the stork and pa dividend-paying
capacity Tnie Is an unusual opportunity to share in
the ownership of "a great properly near a great city."
Directors! W. L. ALbA.NDKR. RUFUS ULAltK, r. 1
UK. 1 1 hit and t'AKLIsi.t: N. OiiKKl. Denver: (!IIA.
K JACKSON. Middletown. Conn.: ell AS K. DU.S1IN,
Hartford Conn, and A I'. ntiLLttR. Now York.
TERMS OF M'BbCRIPTIONl
$75.00 for each $100 Share,
pat) able as followit
Upon application 200 pr har.
In ona month tliratter ti5.0)
lu two rooDtht thereafter. i'.( "
Blank Kurmi of Application for Huhtcrlptlon. th
Ortlclal 1'rogpectUat nf tlia rompany, CounMl't Ctrtlfl
cattt. llapa, 4c . mar ta hl upon application to any
or the banker aboy mentioned, or to tht Company'
offices -13 broadway, .New York, and l.ftou Champa M.,
Itcnrar.
ffaylanfl Trask & Co.
Bankers and Stock Brokers,
18 Wall Street, New York,
transact a regular banking business. Including the par
tbata and sale on eommlsston of lecurltlts dialt In at
- the Naw York Stock Exchange.
WAYLiND TRASR.
rilEODORE BALDWIN. ALFRED N. RANKIlt.
A Fortune in Stocks this Year.
Uow tomakalt.
Xm ran help you to make It.
10 tn 2i per cent profit In crrialu itocki
Beit year ror epecutatlon itnce 18m
LartA crops and large earnlnira imare profperlty.
acilfe markets and higher prices
Stocks bought on y to 5 per cent, margin at 1-16 com
minion: : yean experience: cilicretlonary orders
received: send for our 'Market Review,"
1IAIGI1T A I-RKUSK.
ban Iters and Brokers.
ui Broadway.
Long Distance Telephone, Cortlandt 1 1 4.
PB CENT. CAn-TKVHT. BONDS OF
THE RAILROAD EQUIPMENT CO.,
maturing qnarterlr from lS03toltXX.
J PER CENT. WATER V OKKS BONDS
FOR KALE BY
POST. MAKTI.V Ol CO.,
45 WALL bT.
IRVING A. EVANS & CO.,
BANKERS AND UROKIIitS.
MKHHUBS Of TUB
BOCTOM. 'EW 10RK, AMI I'MILAUELFIIM STOCK
hM-'UANUIiK.
Flake lsulldlno:.
80 Mtuto at., Iloaton.
Sividratfc tl gntrrwt.
DELAWARIi"AH' IIL'DSriM CAN'AI. COMPANT,
.NKW YUlti;. Aug. 'JO. 1M)I
AOt'ARTERLTDIYIDENU OK OM! AM) TIIIII'.R.
01 AltTUlt-. 11511 I'hK t'K.ST. nn the cnpitsl stock of
tills company will be paid at tlm itttlca or tlie company.
'.'I Cortiundt at. In tnl. city, an and after TL'KMiAV.
(opt. l.i mix. Tlie transfer bo.iks will be o osed from
tbe close or Business 10 DAY until tbe morning of
Wednesday Kept. 1(1
By order of the Board of Managers.
JAMI..1 u. liAttTT. Treuror.
orriCE OF THE AMERICA:; COAL rOHPAXY, 1
Ml. I I1KOADWAV, i
m:w tOIIK Allt. 10, 1H0I.
The Board of Directors of tne American t'nal Com
panyof Allegany county. Maryland, have tills day da
olareil a semi annual dividend or lbree I'er I'eut. upo i
the capital stoc of the nmpauy, rnyabla at tins oitlce
on Thursday, rcit- lu, inn
OI'.O, It. IIOWLBY, Fecrctary.
gVOJIOlSltlj..
TJOTICI'. I'silmates Mr repairing the crib bulkhead
11 between 1'ltrs 47 nnd 4". hast lllv.r, will be rf.
cclredbytiie iiitard or rninraisiiinuers nt liie liend of
the Departmciil of licicks ut tbe olli'e of iliu rait
Department on I'Jrr A. f"iit of Bntlery p nee. .Noitil
. Ithrr. in He i itv or New York, until 1 uV,nck 1 .M
I or 'IIIUIIhDAY Sl.l'T. ,ii IMH lor full particulars
, seettiet'itv Record. Topics fors.iieatNo City Jl All.
NOTIflK. I s imati. fur preparing fnrand extending
Tiers o.n. 'i7 aud &i uitlia purtonances, ne ir tl.o
I foot of bliioinlteld .t.. North Itieer. ami for repairing
Ihe crib bmkhral at tier old, .im, will be received bv
tlie l.oard of Uoinnilss.ouera at tba head of tlie Depart
rnenr or Docks, at the nrrce ot said Department nn V ler
A. funt of Battery pace, North River, mi the city nf
New York, until I o'clock P XI. of TIIUK8DAY. hhl'T.
Hi, lui. For full particular, sea lbs t'lly Record.
Copies for sale at No JllirllilU
""jgMtt"j'.
pALt, FOR AN ASSCJIBLY DISTRICT CONVKN.
Tltis.t'ighteenth Assembly District The Demo
emtio clectoisof Ihe i Igtiteenth As'ombly dUtrlct are
rei.ei:ed to meet in an Assembly District Convention,
for tbe Mglueenth Aiscmbiydlstrii't nt the city an I
count) of New York, lo be held at '.'U7 hs.t :i-d t on
the I th day of September, mil, at 7 M'l o'oiock, 1'. !.,
for the pur.oia of .electing three delegates and three
a'tsrnaiss to the Btata Conveiition, held under and In
pursuance ot ins call of the Democratlo Republican
btata Cmtral Committee, which Convention will rne.t
at raraloja on the 16th day of Heptamber, 1801,
JA1IKH T. OLOONET,
Cbslrmsn District Comrolttse,
GEORUH A. LI'.TELLE
.. haretary DUtrlct Commltt...
tl CHAEL it tlliENNaiC,
. ... cnairmau of th. District Convention, letXa
.t'lllM a, liuYi.K. u,,,,,,,,,,
m. r. Cinil.IuAN, 1 neiretarlra.
CALL.HIR AV Al-SKMIII.V DISTRICT OON'VF.N.
liuN l.levrnth Atiemiiiy Jn.trlit The Dem.
i ratio elector, or the i lev mlh a.sembly district
are rt.iuesitd I" m-et in an Asmbly ins.rlet Cmiveu.
nun for tl.o i li vi ntn Aksembir district or tlie citv and
louuly Kf.vew )rk. In be held at H7.ll) West .i.'d t
nn tlie lull day ur epiamber. lapi, ai 7i mo'cloik I. M..
Inr me pnrie of selac.lnn three delgates and three
fruaiee .i tie cuts i.'nreiiili.n lie hi under and In
pur. lante of the calluf tbo lieinoirailo l.epiibliran
M.te t rutrl i nniinlitrv. wiiieh ( ofitenilon mil inret
at ...rutoga on the I ti day or e,pmt,er ltii,
I.AIU.i iim,i:i:,
tl.KlMlA.stL.K.'h,nl,",,r,tllu'ulm
irahK!.,i,Kfi,r,JSfSA'SL-"l,,"k
tui?llr,,fa?12Lh DlIl'I- Contention. 1W0.
WILLIAM U. BICKETTa, bcrtarlM.
ANCHOR LINE.
t'nited atAtai Mnli .-teamsnlps
FOIl RI.AMIIIH !. l,il,M)(). tIERRT,
l-rnm I'ler .14. N It . font nt West JUh st-
Flhlopla repi I, it A M ji Ircns.ia Hept JH noon
Kurne.ila.ept. I ', n A t lAnuhnrU . ticu V, 5 A. H.
city ot iloine. SatnrdKV, ticl hi, loi.ti A. .l,
Saloon. er,. eecond Cabin. ! lit nteerasa. 810.
lor book of tours and further Information npply
II KN DEItBuN BIlllTllhRS, 7 Bowling tlreeil N. V.
AI.l.AN-STATE t.tfiK. , .
New York to iliatgnw and Mnvllle (Londonderry).
Through tickets tu Llvernnol. Dnblln. Ac.
rOMEKANIAN Iliursdar, HcIL III, I P. X.
STATE OF M-.VA1I. .llliireilay. Kept 17,'JT M.
Hteatoer marked with dne. not carry paaengero.
Cabin, tvtslid upaar I. Return, fl and upward.
Merrace rate ln rrom pier Colnmbln. tores. Houth
Ferry. Bmnkiyn. N. Y. lor treigtit and pes. ace apply ta
ALHTIN BAI.IIHIN A i'ii. Agents. ,! Broadway.
C'AN.lliTA.N I'.tCIFK It All. WAY
MleainsblDs
CHINA AMI il II'AN LINE,
From t ANI Ol'YKII. II. C, to
YOKOHAMA, hllAMIIIAI. and ltO.NI KONO.
Ev ottK iu jai-an i n days.
ti) tulles the shortest route.
tanner rates rend for Information
Intended sailings from Vancouver or toe
new teel I. xpress steamships:
I'MPRF.SH I'F CIIIS'A .,., Oct 4.
1 Ml'iti;-H(IK INDIA Oct 'i
I'.MI'RKSS OF JAl'AM NovW.
E. V MCINNKR, r.VEItl TT FKA.AII,
(len'l I'.ast'u A n't, China in d Japan r rr. Ag't,
JS.1 Broadway, N. V, lat Water st N. T.
C'iunard i,ini:-m:wvoi7k't() Ltvr.iiPnot.'YiA
J utlKhNHTtlWN, Hill 11 11 Kit 40, NORTH It I VI; It.
Aiiranla.bept. I'.'. II .1iA M.iltlriiila...Urt. H. r, ,l.. v.
I'mbrla... rept I i. il A M JAurania ., Hit lit In A.M.
eervla aept. -'I nonn'l mbrla Oct !.,'! IOA M.
I:1HV MKAlIl.ll.
Ua'lla... sept. in. :i I' M.
VI RNON II. IIROIYK A CO, tlenersl Agents.
C'iomTaonii: iir.M:ni.E 'riiANtATi.NTttjui
lrem.li line tu Havre erry faturdar.
I.A TOUI!Ai.M I rangi'lll .''.ll I'ept. I'J, li . A. M.
LA RKF.TAllMi. S'fiillir KsL, lept lu, 4 A. M.
LACllAMI'AllNr, Iloser . . Sit. rept '.It, in A.M.
A. FOimt.T tieneral Agent. Hunting rirssiL
nGiAXDMciAir "kxTiMoaT"
VIA THE
MAINE H. r., LINE
TO
COTTAGE CITY, MASS., AND PORTLAND, ME.
Au excellent opportunity to visit tbe noted bummer
ReiorteoC the ..astern tout,
h. V, to ottaget It) nml return j oo
N. Y. to I'ortiand hii'I return ' 0
Steamers leave .New Wk. Tier K R. every Mon
dny. N e'lneiaa , ami Saturday at ' P. M.
New Hi I it. DeliKhttul lea Tojfc- For further hi
formation apply to
JlurATI0 IIAI.U Agent, rier M E. R.
INMAN 1.I.NI. FrMJ tCCI AT MAlf. STErMUP.
MJK giJhr.NSTOW.S UMi MVLlirOUI.
(ITV ()K M.itLiiN rtetlneiday, hept, HO A.M.
C1TV 0 I'AISI.- tttilnr-Mlay. bej t. 1H, :i r. M.
Irnm IMer-lt, . u, atljotnltiif Cltrlarntiher ot err.
I'lrat cnUiti. K'U and upward, uccorliiiif to itteamer
ana location of room, tecoud cabin, fc-to ami 5.J, pre
LlJ,f4ii. eieer.isfc -"".
J'liTl.lt WKlUiir Jk bUN4 neneral Atrenta,
tt Powllritf tlreen, y. T.
N" I.W uhlv ANli OUIIA WAII. orhAHnllll Co,
I'ler ItJaml 17, Last It her.
.-aturtUy 'irtinereat I 1'. M.i all others at .t ! M.
tor iiara.i.1, l'mereso, fnmpeche tVrnutera, Tamplco,
lup.ini un I era trnr
MalfttuRH, i nrleiuK, rattut. Cflltiatifn. Nauui,
Bnntl ik'u le t nba, duititaiinmo. and (' entuexo.
CtT UK aM.XAMmCIa. Ilaana and -Ma-
lanEse .... .. Ued.Sept.ft
UKI.R, It tHtia and MeMcan port.... sat, t-'epL I J
MAdAltA, Havana and snsu-i , Ve J . trl. IU
Cil, ul' U AMiIXJiUN, lUvana and
Mexican porttt Sat, Sept. 19
SAN li At. o, aBm, santt.uo de Cuba, ant
Ctenruecot fliura, S'ept K)
lliii line Iihr dirtct cotuiectlnn Willi Mini Usiien
throoirli lillU ut I ad l it if to li pulnt-iuii Mexican Kailwav
i o, MvxIcaih entinl ItHilwajr t'o , L'd , and the Mon
terey and Mext' an Uulf Knliroad.
rur (nil pirilcutar frelcl-t, or pasface, anplr to
.IAMI.S 1. WAtlU A CO, lUWalllL
NonnnKUTciiKR i.mivh $ s a-v
siHiitT i.orn: Tti mimio.n ani continent.
Uteamerrt hH triu pirr fuotd nt llot-oken.
I A"T l..i'ItrhN MKUll-.IIS
Ilavel.Tues.. sent fa-A. M lTrae.Tus, Sept. 15, 1 P.M.
KVfU h II.WepH'.HA M lhibe Wei,. Mrp'. lt. 1 P.M.
l.tder .hut., ttt u noon .r-aalc hat.Sept. 1H.7A M.
cirst rabin, and utuard a berth; eecond cabin.
(OU a berth, tteerae at low rate'.
Oi.I.uu'MB A io,2 HowilnK Green.
P"ACrpIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
mm foot ur Catiat t . .North UlTer.
To SAN FRANCCO vlattie l.tTHMUd OK PANAMA.
NENM'ultT ealli TiniriJay, sept, Kf, noon
FromSAS KKam'Im'O let and Hrannanvtt.
K)K CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHINA atl saturdny. fept -.'. :t p. M.
For fretrtit, pa-nupo and k'onernl Information apply
at company' o il'.ce on the pier, font of C&nai it.. North
Itlver. II. . I. HCLLA, ueneral t'Ui erlnttmilent.
THE CLYOi: bTKAMsIUP COMPANY
tort'HAALKMTti.N 8.1 ., iindJACKhUNYILtE. Pla.,
and all polnie ib 1LORU;a the south, and Mntihweat.
rom Pler-i'. L It. Mnnlaa, Wedi, and frida). .1 P. M.
Pattenj;er m commoilntl n and cuUine i !.4urpttevii.
M r I'WIli A-t O, (.en. Ai:ta..Mluwiin(ctreeii, N. Y,
T. O MjI'.'i, Gen. AKt ah.rrU Llne.317 A'mayN. Y.
WIDTH STAR LINK. I S. AM) ROYAL MAIL
steamers. New .ork. (Jueenitnan. nnd Liverpool.
MAJhMli; Wcdnrr-day, Sent l, ..n A. M.
GKKMANH' W eUlifstl Hent. I. .pi A M.
Very superior sfcondrabfn etccouiinoiitUioiift on Teu
tonic and tiaest.c. steernice lu or f mm the old coun
try, r Contpii'r, oillce. Jt llroaduay, and on the
wbart, foet of West Vnu et.
II. MA1TLAND KEItSLY, Agent
PROViDENCE LINE
Bteamere CONNECTICUT and MAfSACHL'RETTU
learel'ier toia.Nar-U . It, font ot Warren St., Cur
B0ST0N,PR0VIDENCE
WORCESTER, all points Taut and White Mountains
dallj, exiopt Minday, att.0 P. M.
STONINGTON LINE,
INSII-K ROUTE 10 HO si UN AM) THE EAST.
Meaintrs HII MH'. t.sLAMt and NARRAOANETT
leave New Pier :". N It., one hlock above Canal sL,
Uahy excert Miuday, at & 10 P M.
ALBA NY BOATS.
PKWPLE'S LINK.
Steameri Dki.W and PEAN RICHMOND leave old
Pier -i, . It.. Toot of i an.il it, att, r. M. U ULi cun
d r exceittedr, a'lXi IIUuoivLV.N, fuot of lutton st, via
ANNEX hOAl, P M. hired coniioctJon to aratt'iro.
Lake iieortre, AiilrnndaLks ihoiisand Island, Mmron
rlnet, Loperstowii, UtchUeld K, r.njcs uud Niagara
I-hIIk. .saMKIiaY Nldlll nTKAMbK coiuucts Mttl
hl'LClAL hL'NlJAV MoU.NINU IRAl.N foraAUATUi.A
and LKE tJl.OIUJL
HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.
f)A 1.IM, pTi.AMEUS.
UAILY, exieit si.naas.
KW I'OICK or A I. HA NY.
Leave Hrootcltii, i niton sf (ty Annex). ...a A.M.
New York, Itfi'-jruMen c. hr Hiiu '
.sevsor.-. tM :.i1m. J'ltr "
for ALIIA.W. landtiu ut Voiikert, Vt Point New
burgh, PouKiilvee(le, ithinebcck, cutaklll, and Hudson,
iiWDSOS IlllKR STi:,l)lKR H.1I.V POWELL
PAII.s (hl'MMV.i LXCKI'lLDl.
LeATesDrsilAUh.M.SM.rier:! I i. natunlaisl i'.P.U.
HliSI .-JK M'. I'U.lt.t :. l-hturilata '.'tuir.M,
For CltANnl OX'S H .M I'lilM'. cult.MVAI.I, M.tt.
BtUllill. .NEW HAMllllIti;. 'tl,IUN, l'0LI,lllil:Ul'.
an:, in dk i'aki.. .nni hu.miuu
TROYBOATS.
CITY OP TROY or SARA'.OO leave iVern. N. R.
foot Um H th M . i..iil, exiei t S.tturdui, ti J M Con
nects uitn tram ir - w.aHk. a Laulwio oE, ADS
KONIMt Ks, Hii.i ai rcson (i i vrlli. lornit'ciar
sion tii'-esn, su'idity Mcamer lo lies at Aliuii),
NORWICH LIWE7
For Ron on and 1 point r.o;?1) and eat direct route
to New i iii 'rt. NiMtrti. .u.d Uiri'-ter, s:e4msri
leitve p.tr-u(old im miter North R'ver urxi p er mi
Htihrusses st. n-rrjj, duly, Sunday excepted, at .'..'J.
I.ItllMI.I'OltT.
Pt.amers iei,v I ir :t'i l.nst ttlvrr. fnot of rathnrine
st, Oal.j. II a l. a i'l Jl', M , ami imm Kn.t.'llsi.t si
iiti't i' v. mi HiiurJn). um aiierti'iuii boats leje
tiulr nn lni.ir ear ler.
Mill My bnalsn A M altilM'. M.
to m:v i vvi v. ir,f.
RM'URRIIi.N (illiiill il I) As M. l.tf. I r je l'e.-ksl'n.
I'ler ... 1.. I! . a I', M t'jl y rer;t Bi,..nc ai l 1 1 I'
M . .-niKli). u r V , i', mi etniu' I'nti irnlns li r Men
den. llartinrn. hiriuzreitl. Ii..l cLo. .vr
ttATKII,I, MOt'.TAI:.-'.-l-teillilers I.A II 1.1'SKII.I,
' dii.l r.'l-UII l.leate I'lrr.i'. I. r.."t or .'ar t .
tvirj vri-kiiinr n: 1 M rninrc'lmr nl i tLlli
I'liintiin .ti'l t'4ir.t 11 It. Dirertorv r s immer lictoi.
utnl ni.riluj do i.e. Iree at pier r iiia) e.l in ntiv H'l
lres by U..I. IlL'i.lli:-, Iroan.rrr I'niskiil, :. .
RIMFDH.I. MM; Msmnars leave Pier '.'I S. tt,
ln.it or I ranWiM st. inr tWt. 1'i.iiit. t olit raring.
t:tirnwati. f-t.iii.ill Lin.lluir. urnl Aetrburirli, wee'. Uas
t.r Jl. hiiiiilaT.tit.4l
SOUTH MlltWAt.K Sleimer 1'ITV UK AL11ANV
leave. Ile.Lin.u t J'.u I" M.i .-etur.lny. I", !,,
mii. Jar .' u i- M , .list it. .' i intniiira i.u.r.
rpiii' mum'aii; STi:,iniurroir:.v i.rn.mr
X orU'iit ri.etter l.un1, i.reentort -ul' iininr.
ilallyat'il' M, i'x epl mi il,ia In-. lal I'l i r,
foiitnr l;e"t,inatl i-l. l.e..ve m: II irlmr .It i It 1'. M
eteri 'lilvivre'il r..ullrJa nu uuer t.iV,. .Net url
Hatur.lays at a r l
C-lrctioiw anil iUrclinni'.
.,. . CISri.M.ATI I hl.i u.' '.II, I'lil
TUP. ANMtAI, Mi:MI.M. or 111), i-TIK .ilH.IJll IIS
U1 tipnaiio'iler. of tl.e III III AMI MltiMi-Mm
KAIMt y t'OHi"AV. lor the e'ectionnf Inrerinr.tn
nil Tacanclea and for nlher bu.lrie.. will he b.ld at tlie
corporate oftlre of the .'i.miian r. antral Umun 1 e. o .
Cincinnati, onto, on IIIUIIHUAY, urt. a, itml, at lu
o rlork A. U
. Tli. transfer bosks will be closed from Sent 8 to Oct
8 Ibotb Inclmlr.),
?!?5AJ! t''TrKr'. tatritary,
Tilts ANMIAI, MtP.TlvOof ma stork hi ders o' the
IIIIK-. HI.VI-.H MJMMi tllMi A.NV inr tn. .I.e.
lion of direi trr. f.ir the ensulna j esr will tie held at the
oltlr. nf the cmpai.)' SI I ri.C" Irrrltorr "I I tall, on
lies lay, nt , imiI. ai inclnik nuon
II. . Irsn.ier Innks will . n.e on epl. Sal 12 M. and
reopen un irpt. II at in A. M, A.I mi kimiv
reiietiry
Till; Itt.l l TIO.N llf lilltl "llMt nnd ln,irror .if
Ilia .it Virk 1 m.rerr i iniinnv Mint !. tn ..ye.
fnr th. .iii.iilny e.r will he lieid at ill. I k.lnn Jlroad
wal md ll Hi at Ni.-i'-k city mi ill. I. Ill Uiy uf
ivpli'inlrr li nliurl.t k I m,
l.y nrderuf Hi. Ir.-.ilmt
t II III' l'Hl:i (T Fecrettri'.
3.'oan6.
CABU prlvat.tr and promptly loaned on fornitura,
srltbout r. moral,
ilOMKNSON, M East lltn st, room li.
'i
ntlrflfia.
"XiVKnYvA'HKATiuiT RAILROAD."
JEW YfiM QENTRAl
&
Hudson River Railroad.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
All trains arrive and depart from
GRAND CENTRAL STATION,
Fourth At. sd 4Sd fit.. New Tork.
Centra ot Hotel and Itcsldenca Section.
TUB ONLY RAlMtOAt) STATION t!f TUB 01TT.
Trnlna lenyo na foflovrnl
FAST MAIL AND THOUSAND ISLAND
Nl-KCIAI..
ilo A. M,-ror Albany, t tirm riaytoniaieeptFnn
day), pyracuse, Itoiliesier. Uaiavla, dua at Uuftato
H.IOP. M,
8AKATOOA, LAKE OTOROE AND IO..
TRKA1. HIi:CIAI..
tDiIO A. M. tvajner drawlnir room can thronih.
DDetisratnitSrJ'.l-. M,(.aldwell lLake usorgsl 4H.O
r. M, Montreal uit P M.
Ni:V TOHK AND CIIICAOO LIMITED.
lOtOO A. M.-Composed exclusively of Warner Ves-
tluule linnet. Smokinir and Mbrnry. lilnlnr rrlvaie
t'onuarlments, and Matid.rl Meeplnrnnd Drawlnr:
Kuom t are Uue ( hlc.jto mis A. 11. neat day.
(IIH'Adlt MAY KXI'ltEMM.
IOiDOA. M.-Dally. except Si ndays Connect! with
all Important av nrk Mate line, illvermn. Katur-
dny tram dees not run k est uf i-Ueeland and Detroit.
SOUTH WEVMJUN J.IJIITKII.
1 tfjo 1. M.-Warner V.illUnle Drawlnir rtoom. Btaep.
n. B llunet. hmoklnir and Library UlnlnK ana Cafa
Darn Iiuoflncinnail Iii.jOA M. Indianapolis 11:13
A. !.. M. Ixiui7ilil'. M. next day. Wu extra tara.
M'oitLU's fair yrrx'iAL.
I iHO P. M.-Wagncr Vestlbnta fslaepln. nnffet.
t-moklnir. and Library and lilniiik Cars. Hue Chlongo
Sruj J. l. next day. o extra lara.
NARATOMA HIMIlMfAL.
MiltO V. M.-Warner Drawlnr ftnom Can. Dna
Albany Ti:. Iroyt.A"". Saralora.4u I". M.
NORTH HIIOKi: LIMITKD.
4'BO r. l.-Vatner Vestibule IlutleL Drawlnr
Room, Ricptne, and Iiinlug lata. Due Detroit Mils
A. Jl.. ( hlcak'o 4 50 r. .M.
FAHT WKSTKItN EXPRF.SH.
BtOO I. m.-Wanfrestlbiil nrawlnr Room. Maep-
Inr. and nitilne i are l.ue liuflaloii.l.i A. !.. M..ra
V.ll""ll'.' A M . i lrelan.l 111 a. A. Jl.. Detroit lilt)
I'. t.. t.iitcaiio n.0 1 1'. Jl . M. Louis Tits A M
Alllltll.VIIAlK AN, MONTREAL EX.
TtOO !. r.-H'mtner staeplnrCnra to riattsbnrrb.
ilu'iii .ia M.i tn Hiirl'tiifioii. dua ::Uo A. .M , and to
Montreal, due 7:li A, M.
)llll'l'.tl.U. NIAGARA FALLS. THOU-
.t.ll lI.ANM-. AMI AHIKfJX.
ll.K K -Pl.t IA1..
7 no P. M-tamer Heeplnir Cars hew Vorxfo
Huilslo duo ;sii . Maitara Ka'ls niuO A M..
fiartou a. i A. M.. Alixanclna nay 7.i0 A. si . faml
Kiniiti's ami Turner l.aka niation
CINI INNATI AND NT. LOUIS EXPRESS
HtOO p. M.-Unener Ve.ilhiile Kleeplnir Cars Dua
tlnplnnatt 7i r. JL. Indianapolis lu JO I', at., bt
Louis "i iu A M.
LI.1IITED FAST MAIL.
OiOO p. M, Meeplnr "ar pssienrers for Itoebester
only cnrrled un this train.
riiii.viiii Niunr express.
Btl.' !. II. Wamiar .-teeplnr Cars. New Vork toCapa
Mncait liultnio netroit, anilrhicirn ,
I'ISIIKll 1. i.hUHi;itllll. PllL'l.lllU-.KI'RIH. RHINE.
L'l.lt'l'lh'INtlSTON ANil CATtKIM. JtOU.NTAINb).
ami iiLiiMi.N-t" a", ill).!!, tt . a M. ji:n
lH'iu'j'i P.M. I a'so for l'outhkeepsle. 1 1 20 A M,
I I'll., t.'ll.l tn 3. bl"". 7'Kl, 71 JJ. h.l.i. niir. P Jl.:
ter iitfkl I Mstlnn (I atfkl I and the t'atsklll Moun
tain. . tr I . 1 1:-"'. til no A M tt J". 3 . ' P. Jl.t
for Osrtlsnn'. (et Pnlnt). t7:'l'i i '. 0:J. tit iJO
A. M. .' i t.i'11. i'4.f...naSP.M.
AI.IUNV AM) IKUY-t.-. I' 10. in on tuiiio A. M..
I -till .l Jit, :!.'' a :M. H'l). 7 3i, 8.01, tins, -fll n P.
M.i alio (or! my, 7:'JiiP M ,.
RAIttTin:A-t7 .J', t'J In. t!0 30, (IIM A. M. t3 80.
7 I O. tl 1 .11 P. M
I'TllA ANli 8Vi:ACtrK-T7:30 B'lO til Of, tn 30.
til si A. Jl., l.aiv :'U, ll no. 7:10, r- 01, 11.15, ttl.O'J
ItllCII KRTER ASP Ilt'KFAI.O-P: 10 I0:'0. tlOlTO. til -TO
A M I Ml 4'VI, IM 7.30, 8 00. tllli, til 5U P. M.i
a'sn Inr llocbe.ter. 1 rj P. M
MAiiAKA Ktl.l-fi III, 10.U0, tl0.30 A. M, 4:50,6.00,
7M".!i 1.1 til :1H I. H
AIIIKOMIAOK MOI' TAINS ANI) MONTItBAL 0.SO
A M.7'i'. til .Vi P. M
CAI'h VIMlK.vT, t'HITOS, alsnrnr Adirondack Moon-
tains. 7 1 III P M. I OllhNMIUHH AM) OnH'hOO
ii-lt.'l 5 i P. Jl : al.o tor Cla) ton tK)A. H., 7.:io
P M . for O.wi 80 li I". I" 0 . tin .I A. l . ou p. Jl.
Al'llL'HN. UI:m: A. AND CAN ASDAIIiUA OilO, I0.OO.
tlO .MA. Jl., 7 I'm, M ". Dill 11.511 P. M.
rlTTHKIKLD, LI'.NOX, NORTH ADAMS,
ANI. THE It KICK -.11 1 Hi: 11 ILLS,
VIA IIAIILEH IIIVI-.ION,
Two trains with tbrouiih Drna-inir r.oom Cara.
tn in A M.. due I'lttslleid 1 .:ln, Nortti Adams . tin P. M.
t:i .V) r. Jl., due PittFiltld a lu. North Adams 9:10 P. M.
NORFOLK AND THE LITCHFIELD
HILLS.
t3 ro p. Jt . throurh car due Norfolk. Conn.. 7 32 P. M.
r'nr ticket, and spar. In Mesplnir Car. apply at Grand
Central Matlon or at 41.1. 7k H4J Bruadway, 1,154 Hth
av I'.' Park place .'.:i We't U.MIi strand lithsL sta
tion New lork: :U3 Wasliinnton st.. 7jBPiiitonst. and
:i - lieuford av K. 1) , Iiruokl) n: lot) Hudson at . Jersey
i itv
Wetcntrs Kpress call, for and check, barrage from
hot. Is and residence ttirourh to ileellnatlon.
Hiaiiv except unllar. other trains run dally.
Aboe trains exiept those leavinr at H-10 U-JO A. If.,
2:1.1. 3..M. 3:.Vi 3 .11, .M, iM, and 11.53 P. M , stop at
I3lh .1. station
JOHN M. KlL'CEV. CEOROK It. DANIELS.
General .Manager. General Pass. Agent.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AMD WBSTEBM
KaILROAD.
Ehortsst line, t astlbuled Pollman coaches.
0 A. Jl. Ilnflslo Richfield Sprlnrs. and Oswero Ex.
tress Ma I'aier.nn, fur ttaier Gnp. Mroud.burjr.
tr.llto. IlinKliaiiimn, oweuu, Itlu.La. Waveny. hi
mini t firnlnir. Hath. Ilan.vllle, Mierburne. vaterville.
Klrli.le d itiiii:s U'tl. i. tit Jtorrl.. l,reene Oxford,
Nnrniiti rorllaud. Hr.cu.e. ru.tnn. and Interme
rtl.iit. etatinii. t'oiinuct. si fcrrjiii.n with train, for
PlPitun tt l.ke.barre. I'nii.vll'e und .Northumberland,
and .t Hiiflal'i wlih train. Inr the tte.L
7 .i: t Jt. HfnirMaratun .Mall v,a Bnonton
1 r. M Hinrhainmii and Minim Kxnre.s for Watsr
nan, Mroidsburr. ncramnn, livedo. Uaverty. Ultnira.
Ii'linrcisat .srr.inlou with trains for Plttston, Kino
ton and tt llkesharre.
4 I" P. -M-scran ton, Wilkesbarre, and Plymouth
I-xrres
7..DP M IdaltM.-nnfTalo Limited Express. Tla Tat
ernu for Stroudsburr hcranton, Kinirliatnton, owero,
Mnterlv Mmiri.. inrnliik'. Hath, ttajland Danerllle,
Jit. Morris Ap arrhlinr it hiilKiln 7-311 A M.
li P. Jt idallM lliinnln lllchllrld Spring, and Os
wegn I. xpres. lor Mrnudsimri: canton Itlnrtiamton,
i orttsu.i. Mracu.e, liiitun i.r.ene. Oxford Norviicb,
hii.rt.iirne. ttnlerWlle. L'licit, .re. and all points on tba
llul'a o dlU.iun t onn.ct. wit'i tr.ilu.for the tte.t
BALT07&OHiorR7ll
MSLKSXKfi Fuat FxpreR. Tratna Tla
MpsCfB(A PHILADELPHIA to
rMntfxilft itiiinoiti:,
BtMtaiW VASIIIXTM?.
rajlpHr CHICAGO, CINCINNATI,
eaTg!isy And All Polnta We.t,
rVI.I.M.t. UAi: SERVICE ON ALL TRAINS,
LeiMi New York, foot of Liberty st. as faliowtl
ro.-l!ll1UAIill,'J Hi P. M . Will A.M.
For CINCINNATI. ST. I.III IN A Jt B T. H.
for VIAMIl.M.TDN. HALrlMllltK, Hun A.M.dliM
A. M. Dlnlno- Car), -"' 113) P. M Dlninr Car), .XI
P.M. U l A. Jt All train, run i i II v,
I or NOKFOI.K. via Hay Hue. '.' i P. Jl. weak days.
Tn Let nltlcen, 17.' 'Jill, 41.1. and L.I40 Hroadway Maw
Tork, indll Hmadway. Hrooklvn STATION FOOT Of
L'HUIIV ur. ir.mral rt It of N J.)
N.w York Tran.rer Company wl 1 call far and tl.cll
ksiiaxs rra Hots! or resmsnra tn d.illnatlon.
NEW OIIK. ONTAKIO AND WF.ST.
EltN RILU'AY.
Traill. Iran West-lid st at ItSS A. Jl. (15 minutes
eailirr rmin lom or Jav st ) lor Jlldil etown. Illnnnitnr
Imr.'ii Pint .lerM. J slt.ntiriili Liberty. I.tvinrston
J'lti.ur. Hal in I.. I'lirhoml.ile, ivrunton. ttflltnn, llsllil,
h.ilii- Ni.rtil li, E'lmestoii. I'tfca. Home, Oneida, Os
wt-cn. tiptmt f il. aw, ami point. W.sl
.'til.'; p. M , I ump'nii Un I Ijikcs Jtohonk and Mln
neuiis.a, tta'knl lullev stalion., Jllitilletnwn, lllnom.
insl.urcli hllcnv.ilc, I iiU-i,uriili. llurtcyviile. Liberty,
lturki in i.
7iiMir, da'ly Mldlletnwn rall.bnrrh. Liberty,
! illicit n M iltor, ftni'kiaii'l. ttalton. Sldne Nnrnlcn.
Oii.i.I.i, u.ive.n, llnrhe.ier. Mnirura tails Jletrolt,
illnia il ttti I'.iiliiinn stceptrs, rscllnlni; chair
cai Iree tn .-u.rrns'on Hndui.
i'ii' mm .r im; i jr b-rtli. obtained at s;3 Proad.
fiay, Nnn Intl. J, c. Andcr.ou tt. P. A., 18 Lxcbniirs
pll.tr. New lull.
New YorK an.l Boston All Rail.
Leav. Hr nay or line
,' IIM M kprlucri'li! and Hnrcter S:nP M.
li'i'JA Jl. N'w i.i-iii ii an. I I'rouitenc. 4 .) P,
II n J tl . -irni-i.rlil ami Worcester & a ". V.
I'.'.i.lJI HriMtil and 1 Y nnd N I-. i.tJOP. l
I nil' xt New I.mi.tMl and 1'rnvi lent-.. 7:.jiP. M.
niup M. nilliniantli- an .N and N. E. "! P. M.
4.'Ht' M. .Srnui ;lel. and ttnrce.ler ni.-no P Jl.
5 nt P. 1 , i w l,.indnn ,iiid Prnvi lence IIiumP. M.
ll ll p u 'r.priu.rlli-li mid ttnrce.t.r B 1.1 A. H,
rjt)PM s.v Lo i im an I Proriteoos 7ii.) A. Jl
I'.uiiad itiv iiirlii.liiifMtnilats
Return aervire ssm. iMi-ir. and by same ranta.
Hi-UH-M ttn t- Mouiililus labyan'.. iflir.M.
! 'JiiOP, Jl. Nawporr iu P, U.
Il.rouzli pjrlnr or .le.p'nir oars by oaoh train
C, T lll.all-.-.ri.AI). Gen'l Pass. Atsnt.
ffor alr.
AT SAI'ltll'li't. mi aernnnt of proprietress going to
I- rne. eieiront. iimI innrdir i no iiirnltuie and
sil-ii Hd i'1-rlrft t puim .UL i lutii nnb nrmatfi ntrinr
' audi haiubi-r i-l in ,ttntf I ed tit tur. curtain. c,i.ck.
i in tmr ii,:slud ..'., luuiik'.s. Private bouse. 10J
i a.i .Vuli .1
I,' HI tl.e -tl Heme si. innunrv anifprTra iniie.
I I' inent iiirnnm. imynNiO'i .tnta'iie iur two fami
1 lie. .I'lliiipri'teiuiiit. prtits rea.m.ni f,
! 1.1 or. INVl'sTMI.NT -A few rmey hm sei s7ban
J' (.'.In net Income to er cent. Aduia.s J- bux luj.
i Mm nilloe
MAXON'Ic'lToTioTTltOiiiri'CRSITUBr. In'ffneTrosr
for sale cheep. Inquire
HOIIKftr llBNLEnSON, 22H 71b tl.
TVPMVBITI R-nont par "si for anew callaTapTi
or fioifur a neu Kntninnnd tthen )nn call pur.
cnas. tl.asain.riiiiarantseil verr Istrst macliln.) r us
fnr 15 Isles: SI' rilllal mak.t; lieldnuartera
for tin t,i deal. .upp'led jntes unappro.cbsd:
telepiinn.. KO'HC.if.ian i. rr
TM'l HBITIil'.lli.AligUABTEBB. 31 Broadway.
tiO flf - A t.nrm nt riwsr waoov. buittby
JIOII.UU, Ai.init Iionniiir.suli.il e for rrnoer or
..tre.sn.n. Illtcksmltli shop, currar Horatio and
vwent i .t.
tipiuwi (i'hanccj.
P.-tACT'AI, TRINTI-H Us ninney and s.rrlres to
..int.rtnaaia.li limi.ain .. ce Addrts. r.lANh
I. IN, ,v 'Hi -.im dii..
SMJti DIM) ''t,1' ss-yy countrr.torelnea.tern
pUlJ.WWU' O. nnectlcut r.lalill.t.el .1 tears
ii ansul.nr I artner lioplrssiy ill must be sold at once'
larv.dl.tnuill to ca.li buier: stock about 7.i. pro!
rrletor owns store and will rsimt rent for rea.onabl.
tlus, trira snxsssmant at mt espen.a
H. L. PALAIfcR, ilanlslioBTllll, Coco.
JKritWrXtH.
PENNSYLVANIA
THE STANDARD RAILWAY OF AMERICA!
AND
The Scenic Line to the West.
TRAINS IjKAVK STATIONS, foot or
Dcsbrosscs and Cortlnntlt Streets, us
follows: '
On and after BRVTEMnEK 7, 1801.
THE FAST LINE.
D OO A. M.-rullman Vestibule Slecplnr and Prlor
"". Arrives t leveland .VJ1 A. Jt , uiimbiii ft.:i
a! Jl. Indianapolis IMO A. M . CM. ao 4..a r M . an
hi. Louis 7.00 P. Jl. next dav. Connects also for lo
Isdo, except Saturday.
THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.
loon A. M.-C.unpoend exclusively of Pullman
vStlbuta Drawlnr and state Boom Meoplnr. Ulnlnr.
Smokinir. and Observation .Cars preaentlnr rlnanciat
riports. stsnonr.nli.n and tvi .writers, bath i rnom;
tor both sexes, ladle.' maid barber sini, library, and
all th. conveniences or Hum. or omca. Lighted I l.y
i Itionary at movable elertrlo llf lit". Arrives In
einnatl 0.40 A. Jl.. Indlauapotl. li.io A. M . and Chi
i. ro n.45 A Jl. next day.
ST. LOUIS and CINCINXATI EXPRESS.
HOOP, R.-Pailman Vestlhnln Meeplnjr Cars from
KVw York, and Dlnlwt Cars rrom New Vork to m
l.nnls and Cincinnati Passanrer coacli -New York to
Columbus. Arrl Clnclnnail il.a. A. Jl.. ana 6t,
LculstmuP. Jl. next Jar.
THE PIII.CMBIAN EXPRESS.
4lOO P. M.-I'tillman Vestlbnl,-Meeplnr, IJinlni'.
"mokliii. and Paun.ylvanla Railroad Vestibnle Pas
enrer i inachai Irnni New.Ynrk to Chicago. Arrtve.
lachlcncuoiij P. Jt. next day.
THE "WESTERN EXPRESS,
JitlO P. M.-Pnllman Vestlrnle Rlaaplna Car Naw
York to Plttsburirli. w. Louis. ChtcaKO. Cincinnati.
Cleveland, and Memphis, lilninr cars ,.aw lorktn
Philadelphia, and Plttsburrli to Blcliliiond anil l III
caro. Arrives at Columbus i:t.P. Jl. tlncinnatl
n'di P. Jl Clitcsro ii si) P. Jl. next dav. and -t. 1 ouu
7.01) A. st. second mornlnr t.'ounects for Cleveland
and laledo dally, except tatnrday.
PACintJ i:xpress.
HiOOP. H. Pallmsnnnflet Sleenlnr Car New York
to rhlcaro. New iork to Memphis viath. Mbenandoatt
t alley: arrives week days ai Columbus .u P M.,
Cleveian.l tf .11 P M.nexl day. and dally at Cblcaro
7:i A M. second innrulnr. onneota tor To.edn
dally, and for Clevelaud and Columbus except cntur
day. AtOO P. SL "Jhenanitoah Valley Kxpreis, with
Ibrourli Buffet Sleeper to New Orleans.
BALTIMORE. WASIIIXtJTON, AND
TBK nOIJTII.
"Washlnrton Limited Express" nf Pnllman Tarlor
Cars (with DinliiK Car m liaitlmnrai. dally, axcept
t hnnday. Himi A. M, arrive Wnhlnirtnn :i'60 p. Jl.:
and "Cnnrreta'oiial Limited "dallj. wltn Dlulnr I ar
at J so P. Jl. . arrive Wnsblnrton 81 P. Jl.: rerular
axpres. Ouik x.i". 8 si. and ll:'i a. Jt.. aitn, 4:3J.
sum. and inmiP Jl. and l-':M nlrhu tor Il.lumora
only. I ti P. -M. Hundar. H'I5 and tt :to A. M. 4:.ni,
i. iu and n io P. Jt . nnd 1 J:l.i nlrlit.
TOR ATLANTIC OITV, t:uu P. Jl. week days, with
Thrnorh Iiav coach.
FOIl CAPE MAY, l:uur. M. weak days.
FOR PHILADELPHIA,
Expressi:20.7:ao s no, 8:1". :00, (inao Pennsylvania
Limited, with Dinlnr Car, and Hmo Wasblnrton
Limited, with Dlninr Cari. and 11:00 A. Jl. iJ:ii,
m.i 'J-lO. J:is, .1-. o. Qu. 4 tin . oo, nnri. n:t(i. M.'SI,
and B:UO P. Jl , and 12 H nlcht. Accommnnatlon,
11:10 A Jl.. 4!4 and 7ii) P. Jl Rnndays. Express.
s, R :A 0 no (to Limited), and lu a. Jt.. 3 oo. 4:i,
4 .10, r.:(iO ii : H:' o. and I'OJ p M , and 12:15 nlrht.
Accommodation. 7.ts P. Jl.
Fnr 'I Ime-.turtlri. of trnlns to local polnta nn tha
Pennsylvania Railroad nj stem apply at tn. following
Tlrk.t Odlces: Nn. 4.ti, Mil and 044 Hroadway. 1
Astor House, and foot of Debros.es nnd Cortlandt sis t
4 Conrtst., 5t) Fiiltnn st., unit Hrooklvn Annox Hta
Hon, foot nf Pulton st. Brooklyn: 75 Hudson St.,
Ilotokani Rtxllon, Jersey City
The New York Transfer company will eall for and
check barrar. from boteia and residences tbrour a to
destination. ...
CHAR 1- PCO II. J. B. WOOD.
General Manager. General 1'asi'r Agent.
FRIE LINES.
aa Direct route to Passslc, Paterson Tuxedo, w.
burgti JHddi.town. Port Jervls, Montlcatio ttbtta
l.aka. llonesdaie, hcrantnn, Hlnghamton, Klintra, Corn
lur.Watkfns tiien. Hatlu llammondsport, Avon cpriBrs.
Rochester, Hornellsvlile, Buffalo, Niagara rails. To.
ronto, chautauuna Lake, Cleveland. Cincinnati, at. .
Iouls, cmcaro, and all points We.t. Rolld trains b. T
twean New York and Cfilraro. Nn chanr. ot cars. U
Choice ot routes via chautannua Lake or Niagara rails.
An enchanting panorama ot mountains, forests and
streams, through trains leava New York, foot of
Chambers st, as fnllowB and live minutes aarllsr. nn.
leas otherwise shown, from West J3d st-t
9fl A. Jl. Ii.lly-Vl. Niagara Falls and Chantao.
Vrvr qua Lnke Parlnr ear New York to fiaffala.
Meeper HornellsTllta to Cincinnati Connect, at Tort
,ler t In union station, axcept Sunday, for Montlcallo.
.) if P Jt. Dally Vestibule limited. Solid train for
ej.vl, Chicago, via Cbaitannua Lake, with dining
tar tu chlcaio. Sleepers to Chicago, Cleveland, and
Cincinnati .
i t)f p. Jt , except Sunday Mountain axnress for
.OW Hlnrhamtnn, llonesdaie, and Jlonilcailo. Par
lor car to Port Jarvls. Through oar Saturday for Mon
C' tV Ml f. M- Dally-Solid train to Chicago, Tla Nlag.
'JJ ara Falls and Grand Trunk Railway, hlsspsn
tn Htiftitto. Itocliesier. Toronto, and Chicago.
8'jfl ' Jl- Daily Via Chautauqua Lake and Nlar.
Otf ara Falls. Rolld train to Chicago. Blsspersio
KnitHlo. Cblcaro, and Cincinnati.
PllHTJERVIH-Week Das-4tl A. M. (234 sl S Ml
7..12 A. Jl. I23d St. 71401 11 A. M. 10 30 A. M., 1 P. M.
:i .10 P. M 0 P. JL. 7 P. Jt., H:S0 P. Jt. Bundays-0 A. aC
:t P. N.. il P. M.. 0 30 P. Jl , 8:. P. Jt. ..
Nl.WHUIiotl WeekDars 4:15 A. ILRMst :J5). B
A Jl.. Hits P. tl.. 4:4.1 P. tl. 0 P. Jl., 7 P. JL Sun,
tints It A.M., -il' JL, OP M. .
UATCRDAyVpEUIALB-HATDRDAY OBt.T-12-SO P,
O jl, (v.idsi, 12UII) for Nawbnrgh: 1:40 r M. (284 it
1:21) for Hnwthorne;:tilM'. Jl. for Port Jervls
MAl'H ANIiTl.MK TAIII.KS may ba obtained rrom
ticket otTlces. Also copies of "Hummer Homes
containing ssieci list of hotels and boarding hou.est
hiiburnan Home.." de.crlMng vicinity of Naw York
"l'liutauQuaI.sk. Souvenir," and " Bummer Eicur.
flVlcKKTa ANI) POLLMAN ACCOMMODATION", at
1 tnl, .117. and 0.17 Broadway, Chambers and Wait
2 id st. Ferries New York: S3I and S33 Fulton sL.Brook.
Ivn: 107 Broadway. Wlillsrasbnrgh; corner Newark and
Hudson sis, llobolan. and Jersey City htatlnn. Ktle
Transfer cnmpanr rails for and checks baggaga from
hotels and residence thrnngn to destination.
W. C. KINhAIIMO.N, General Passeng ar AgsnL
ROYAL BLUE LINE. "
rlHEST AND BAPBRT TRAINS IN TUB WOBUa
IIETWEKN
Hasr York. Phlls.de Ipsilsi,
DaltlMorc, amd WstaktaarUa.
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A Narrative of life on the Gilbert Islands, an
out-of-the-way Group of the South Pacific.
BT
ROBEET LOUIS STEVEME
A new series of letters by Robert Louis Stevenson, descrfblnf his experiences I
and adventures In the Gilbert Islands. This Is a croup cut off from ail reaTular I
Intercourse with the outside ivorW, to which no post goes, and where only prmlons I
trading; vessels touch. I
Life In thi3 strange plnce Is most interesting and picturesque. The articles are full of I
Incidents and anecdotes, delightful character sketches of queer people, and dramatic bits I
of dialogue. Tbe narrative is as captivating as a piece of Action, full of color, ot more- I
ment, of strange situations and pictures. The material Is altogether fresh and novel. In I
these papers Stevenson Is nt his best; they show la its full maturity th charming styls I
of the most perfect master of English of our -day. I
! IN A DloEKT otAi Arrival at ButaritarL Island charactericv- I
tics. Tbe King's palace not so commodious as a laborer's I
house in tbe United States. A "visit to the King. I
II. THE FOUR BROTHERS. The story of a South Sea chieftain. I
The King acts as executioner. The harem of a tropical I
potentate. A prince who -was nicknamed "Mr. Corpse." I
III. AROUND MY HOUSE. Strange sights from the miter's houM I
in tbe Gilbert Islands. A sea wall built by the hands of I
queens. The toddy cutters. Beautiful women of tha I
South Pacific. Only one white woman in the islands. A I
sample ruffian of tha South Seas. The parson of I
Butaritari. I
IV. A TALE OF A TAPU. The King of the Cannibal. Islands on a I
spree. Curious scenes at Court I
V. MORE CONCERNING THE TAPU. Spies about us. Attacked by I
natives. In danger from drunken savages. H
VI. THE FIVE DAYS' FESTIVAL. Invited to the King's summer house. I
A concert of native singers. A barbario opera. A won- H
derfully dramatic dance. A South Sea topical song. A H
native who made a flying machine A magic lantern show. H
VII. HUSBAND AND WIFE IN THE GILBERT ISLANDS, -a Paradise I
of Naked Women.'' Polygamy in tho South Seas. Eti- H
quette among tbe natives. Scones in a Gilbertine house- H
VIII. THE KING OF APEMAMA. The royal trader. The hero of song I
and tbe butt of gossip. The last of the South Sea tyrants. H
A savage Napoleon. An island chief who owns ships. M
IX. HOW THE KING BUILT A TOWN FOR STEVENSON, con- I
structing a city in a day. Walled by a taboo. H
X. THE PALACE OF MANY WOMEN. A rollnoe of dusky ladies.
An ovoning nt cards with tbo King. A gamo of royal H
invention. A kingly poet of tbe Southern Seas. K
XI. OUR ATTENDANTS FROM THE PALACE, undo Parkor and bu
sleight-of-hand performance. Tbo royal cook, and bow H
bo was dihgracod. H
Sunday Sun. 1
The First and the Most Widely Circulated of All Sunday Papers. I

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