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BSS i. '' IM ' K ift K 1'. Cxruuloitf. i ?. TMANHATTAN BEACH." , cw Train leave 700T HAST 8ITII ST.. To-day, 0:90. ? ;, 8uO, 7i4(i, 20, 11:011 A. M., I21IO. end lta.lt hourly K V " from lilu to 9:40. (ItOO. ami hair hourlr from 0:40 to WM 10i40 r. It. Additional train ro. days, O.I. J. O, K "J. ' 19140 r. !. E V Twin leave wilITEIIAUi ST. (via Day nidge), K , ' To-day, suo.tiio, toiii). lino, litno a. Ji, litin. . ;! lllDO, lllO, 1 130,4110, 3:30, R'tn, S10, 410. 4U0, Wm ',' 1:10, 3:30, :io, 0:30, 7il0. 7:J0, 8:10. 8:30, 10, H y 10:10 P.M. Kf V KXCL'BSIDX TICltlvTI, S CKVT. I, V ROCKAWAY BEACH. Sj . Trstns lvK. n4T)IST..N.Y.. dlir. 8'40, :00, Lq OllO, 10:90 A.J1., 12:20, 110. 2:20, B.BII, 4:20, fttHO, OitO, 7:20, BltO, 8:10 P JI Additional trains July 0 KJ ! emry,7i20,10:0, 11:20 A.M. 1230. 1:41), 2:00,2:60, ftj 4 llOO, OlfiO, OlSO. 11.30, 0:20, V40. 10:30 1'. M. MfA E- CONEY ISLAND. U, ' CUI.VFIt IIOUTIC. . ' Trains tv foot WHITEHALL ST.. vlan-iy Ridge, Kt :" Today. 8:10. 0:10, in-10, tnito, IltIO, 11:.10 A. M., R'J ' 13:10. 1S-3D. 1:10, 1 30,8 10,2:30, 3:10,3:110. 4:11), L ? 41.10. DllO, 0 30, 1)110, lltUO. 7:10. 7:80 BltO, 81 10, jfj 't 0:10, 0:3(1. 10:10 I'. II. La.vt train leaves Conor MS j Ialsnailtasp.si. KL MXl'l'lUIII? TICKKT1. 05 CUNTS. if longIeach, fef . Leave foot East mill tt N Y.. dally, ft 00,7:30, S 10:00, 10:30 A M . 1:VU, 1 SO. 230, .1:30, 4:30, 3:90, Pi';; BtBO.O 30, 10:001', SI. Sliudaia, 4-30, h:30, 11-00 ffi A. M.. l'.J0. 3 00. 3il0, n,0, 7'20, 8:30. 10:20 1'. SI. W BY WATER AND RAIL I CONEY ISLAND I H MANHATTAN BEACH K. Oil THE M y Coney Island Jockey Club Races, i MONDAY, JULY 5th. tf ' VrstAMUIll will leavo foot or U1IITIIII tt.L K . in FOLLOWS: 8:10, 11:10, 0:40, 10:1U, 10:40, Mj 11:10 A. M. and Kj Every Twenty Minutes Br Tncnninitu, until to:to v. it, c-onnkctino WeS , K at uav union xiitii set iikicii ii.ui K. 0 nOID, CUI.Vl'.H ItOlTH. AMI IONU HI- K , asu nii.itnui toititutroMii.xi itu- Mt K TV(t SKKVICK. Kj? ', urr tiiaix i,i:.r. conk ish.nd at S 11 1113 i. ?i. WSS - mci7Iiotoconi:v ia.A artci:NTH. iV IRON STEAMBOAT COMPANY". K(j f TUB 0LV ALL-WATKIl ItOVTK TO If GONEV ISLAND, M LAND1NU AT THK IKON PIEK8.' Mm TIME TAULK (bUUJF.CT TO CHANOE): ?? - From X4d it., .N. H.. evcrjr 30 minutes from tt A. M. MS i Until u V. 11. m5 From Plsr (New) No. 1,N. Y.. half an bourUtcr. n? . From Coney Islaud every UU inlnutea from 10:40 ,' i A. U. until 10:40 1'. M. m,'. BXCVIIXIUN TKI4RTH. 93 CKNT. tt .. i Tlcketaonaaloat all downtown track stations of Kfc the Elevated Hallroads. Kul bldo iaaseugeni tram. mt i ferred free to Uatfrr l'lace. Ilcturntug Fant bldt pas. Ip i, aenicendeiHMilt tickets nt Ilatterr l'ld.e and are trans. Kj ' ferred free to the Last Side. i Long Branch Asbury Park. Wii. Through tickets to Asbury Park via Atlantis Coast WS. Electrto Itallroad. (rood during excursion season lb7, B , , for sale at ticket onice. Wli Leave foot 2d St., N. R . 0 30 A. 31., 3 30 P. M. W Leave Pier (new) No. 1, N. IL, 10 A. 31 . 4 I". II. Ki, Leave Long Uranch, ls!:13 P. M , u:13 P. 31. Ffti Kamralop Ticket lo l.ona; llranrli, 7S Cta, W. Eieunlon TU'beU to AsOurr 1'i.rb. 01. OO. Wtft; -.. K4 "THE W0RL0.FAM0US PLEASURE GROUNDS." Wt ': , I bjPjb. A dellchtful vail on fast MPT. .safsalHeaBtaiVKw01110 steamers. Two VFi fVa HianBBa eran concerts daily, mtit T IH B iWTsa. Matmlflceut foliage. W-' Mam MR hH , 1 Bt l Plants, and hortl- m4 flHI irsl Ail n 1 mA cultural wonders. An WfrA JMi jyiasaMIMMMa' afsrtl tmeqnaled menagerie. v HHsVBasvsfBBSElaaWaaQ maenlflcrut aviary. sg sVaVaJsBiXsHBBiXaHBH mammoth aquarium. Bf. V IsalnnBawaVTH (nd museum, all KU ' H LLS BCVi VH II I Bl ritHK. Ocnulne Olen M. , m RBVl W W k ' I H W Island Clam lisle. &. ' 'wJ2A3lJW faV I Jl dinners a la carte. MxZ K flHslBtstUBlsVsW "Klein PeutsL&Iand." X J eaBaBaBaBaBaBR "The Dairy." lioat- K-V vHbBbBbsbBsBS lnF. bsthlncr, fishing, kVi MWsy bowlins and bllllardJ. Eji, . TIME TABLE-OTEAMrna IXAYK B-V V Owtissdisi. n.rs. s..3,i.,it A. u.:ii iLii :o,s is, s., s.is K u r.st. no. s h si., B-oUm, ., u.i, u ti a.u.i ii.is,i is a j, MMiiru. iuiimi,i.i i. ii Hi. u iiiu.il, Br" ' a.ii, i, so p. u. hivkcil :;. l.n.ll ji.u. lonidni. s. V j asao.ni.nJt ft., i : H , i.i r. i ,: rrnni.nte: nty.i,i,s, WK! J' t,ir.U-,IP.III.ilT... KXTUA 1IOATH Sl'XDiTS. , EXCUItSIO! 40 CI1.N.TS. k?' l Inclndea Admission to all Attractions. pi!" AN OCEAN TRIP FOR 30c. fl Rockaway Beach. W f oicrtiucrvo Gluxn KiH-unr.ir. ?'" ci- LKAVE A. SI. P. 31. ml; , West Had st.. N. It H:to I0:no l-.is Ki. r West 10th St.. N. It H10 10 13 143 mm i , Dattery Park Landing U.13 10 10 V 05 g BrtdgDock, Ilrooklyn .... 11-30 ll.UO 2.20 IS 'v Leave Kociaway 11:30 A 31, 3 and 8-30 P 31. S' 8 JIu.lo and Rerreshmenis. (are. Sundays and IIoll- - I dare. 50c. Round Trip aoc. week days. m PATTKX IJ.E. W;A v ISNU lmiNt'H ANI1 nun, aOa. Wm ASIIUIIY PARK All II tf 1(, NOo. i, " "MARY PATTEN, ELUERON, PLFASCRK DAY," W&.t ,' for Ulgbland Ueaoh. heabrlftht, Pleasure Bay Park, 8'- i Long Branch, Asbury Park andOnannrove gr . LT. West 13th Mt. 0.00 A. M. 11 oil A. 31. 2:40 P. SL si if" nailery liar 0 30 1120 " 3 03 ' MX It; Bunday.Lv iathSt.S:HO 9.00 and 10 00 A.M. K' p Battery Pier S 33 0 30 A 31 10:13 Kv 11 o'clock boat 8aturday leaves 1, Battery 1 :20 P. JL Kr ' ONLY I10AT8 CONNECTINO WITH TROLLEY. Wh Baggage free. July 3, same time as Sunday. Kp-, VP TUD UKIVTIVIX IIUUSOV. Mtf " Bverr Sunday, and July B (INDEPENDENCE DAT). Br three-decked Iron saloon steamer V.. t Tui.cflaeMTUR Et il. to Yonkers. lona Island, West Point and Newburg, MS! leaving South Bth st Williamsburg, 8 13s Bridge Ci. ' Dock, Brooklyn. 8.30: West 10th st (Troy Dock). K, :13-, Weat ad St., 0.3u, 120th sL, 10.00; Yonkers '.6 W' (Psene'aDook), 10:48. By 1 aloalo and refreshments on board. The only boat Bt& V stopping at lona Island (where there will be dancing). B?5 ;, Til (1K1I OV TUC Ul'UIO. Bm j aTAnn. nou.vi) Tnip, go cent, ? & A ORAND SDllstKR EVT..NINO-8 BSu' t . 8EARC1IU0IIT EXCURSION. V t The palatial three-decked steamer M& I PA II, KOf'll, B 1 Capt. James Lynch, Bjy if. Will make a grand searchlight excursion every even. BS'r C' la'- Including bunlav, during IIih sessou, Bfs Ii , COJ1MKNCINO MONDAY, JULYS. 1HU7, mi Ii Leaving Brooklyn Bridge Dock 8 P. St.. Battery Land- ;. I, lug 8:93. West 20th st. N 43. BJ ii Rtaterooms and refreshments at city prices. B I, Pare entire grand excursion 80 cents, ij 1 lleturnlng to city at 1 1 o'clock. Bel' if WEHT rOWT, NFtVMI'ltCll, and roilflll. fii KUW'K .',"ay BXrunHIHT (except Sundays) MA S5. by Palace Iron Day Line steamers New York ami WW i d!D"1):irom Dcslirosses st. pier at B.40 A, SI. and Bh V t West SSd st. at V A. u, i; ; ixvB:itt.ii:NciG day p f Exiursiou, July 3, on above time table. T ( WolIttTII or J 1 1.1 AKTKIIXION :( UltNlOV B,' k LMonday, July 6) to WEST POLNTbv Steamer 3IARY Bt' V TO WELL, leaving Dcslironites st, 1:43 P. 11 , Wilt illM Bs- i . SI. M.. arriving at We.t Point 4-4(1 P. 31, In time K t Jo 0ADKT8 IN CAJIP, DRESS PARADE, (10VEHN. B, MENT HIJILDINOS. u.' Returning S., any or the K WEST ailORE RAILROAD trains. 1 for round trip. Bff J Ti?BP ?,KA "SHINQ-hteainer ANULFIl, daliyT i rr0'n.?,J,s'"' 7: south Bth st. Wllllamiburg, K- E' Tll0 Battery, 7:40. 7B cents, with is bunclits bait. 1 TpiSHI.VU DAILY, 7BolB bunches bait: lailloa iliZ B. X Battery dock, 8, steamer bCHUYLFIti Fa.t 21st Bv F' -. 7lI0t Bridge dock, Brooklyn, 7,30( franklin, 8-20. Ki HA.NCOX, BV if 9,V VSS!? l;'f,Il,.SS-,7J:''' A 'OXTER, dally", Kl K, O East 23d st , 7:40; Battery, B.20 II, with halt ( Bar4 ? " lMM" """ m .m. K' ' TH? COPARTNERSHIP firm f Browne, Iieert" By-V & -L Co. of Valparaiso, Chile, and at New Vork, having Bt' n P red by llmltalluu this day. the liquidation ur the Wf i, "" of the said firm of Browne. Beeohe ft Co. at : & . yl,,;i0 ""I .! York will be ronductod by the Bk't a' Brrnof BeeoheAfo. of ValparalioaudXew York.who M$r I' will oontlmu the business and who buvo Iwen con. mi pfi atltuted suoh liquidators by the consent of all the K fi partners. IIRbWNE, BKFCIIK CO K . 7 CEDAR ST.. NEW YORK, June HO ; IHttf BL' i A special copartnership use this day been formed Ml' - . under Ihe laws of the Kepubllo of chile, to do bu" Bh. f Bsssonder the firm name and style of UeechoftCo., mi ? Valpsralio. Chile, having an office In New York Wf i Messrs. Hector RVeche of Paris, Pranoe: pCdro JI Ws MA ;' I o' Copenhagen, Denmark, aud William L Parkur B. , . of Boston are the spejal partners, lles.rs balu.tlo m, i , V?b.'' "J 7IP,"L,,,0' 0orge I Du al of New York, Wt, Ob"". 6fleorValparsUo, and Theodo.ioF lludge mi S f Valparaiso are the general partner-!. The latter mix I re charged with the management or the business. W.Z I end have the exclusive right to the use of tho firm BhT L Came. wJL if . MrP0Jr,1.1 V?7 Kl11 b? t resident partner In BK. ft J"; T"'k! h' b'X P"'n having charge KV fr of tn business In Chile and on the Wtst Coast or W it Boulli Amsrlcs. ft I 8ALUSTI0 BF.FCHE. K f . OEOIKIK L DUVAL, Mt hx JOHN O. SFARLF. C Hi" TUEODOSIO V. HUDOE, WE I : BaitOADBT..EWYOr.K,Ju'ly".?,,1l!:;7'.0''"- f cMf ami ftouutt. V r 'f OST-flpanlelpupi luu ecor on tack. Flnder"wlU K i. 4U be reward!. HOPE, Uo Ext outhst. Li Bflkv. ssssssssssssssM5l?iiJ!1 stsssasssyi'aiiwsteVAisaSsr'' ,AiH NEW VORK. Sharon SprlnRS. SHARON SPRINGS, N.Y. PAVILION HOTEL, Opon Juno 15. John n. OAnoxEn son. SHARON HOUSE, Open Juno 1st to Oct. 1st. It. P. 8HAIU'. Prop I.AnOrgT AHM MIIST COUPa,KTR NTJLPHVa nATULNii raTAiii.isinirtNT i Tiin v. a. PAUP1ILET3 ON A1TLI0ATION. Sullivan County. TVHITK LtHR, SULLIVAN CO. N. Y, THE KAUNEONQA. Superior table. Rates reasonable. Address J. 11. MARTIN ft CO, BUTlMlT IIOLftK, Washington Bros . proprietors. Liberty, Sullivan couuty, N. Y. First claaa aocommo. datlonsi large farm and dairy, plenty of fresh milk, good livery : gunning and fishing! Catholic family. BRADLEY HOUSE, Fldred, Sullivan county, N. Y. Terms, to to IS per week. Bend for clruilara. LONG ISLAND. Summer Homes on Long Island. SWEPT BY Ol'EAN UREKZES "Long Island," an lllustratid descriptive book, and "Summer Homes," a book describing hotels and tHisrdlng houses on Iing Islaud, free upon appllca Hon, at Till. 030. 1813 Broadway! tlckst offlces root orEastlMthst. and James slip, root New Chambers at.. New Yorkt 3J.1 l'ulion st., Ksgle summer Bureau, and Matbush av, station, L 1. It. It., Brooklyn. or aend (8) cents In stamps for "Long Island,' or (2) cents for "Hummer Homes," to II. 31. SMITH, Trafflo Manager L. 1. R. It.. Long Island City. New York. Brighton Beach Hotel MIV OI'ECV. lUlf hour frnm New York, via Brookljrn tlrl-ir-d and King County ElevMetl Hotvl, dlttHt to tho hotel. SU0 first cluM riMni, Kunux'nn plnu ll.ftl) jr ilar suit upwanl. Atnorlcnn plan t'A iK-rilay nml upward; two jwritons In one room 9$$ per week mini upw&ri). UuJcr mauagement ut F. THIIQ. WAl.TOV. Manhattan Beach Hotel Oriental Hotel Now Opon. T. F SIIXECK. MANAGER. 8eo Tlmo Tablo Excursion Column. N E W JERSEY. IiniUl.l.K. N. J.i ATLAMWCOAbr family hotel! surrntiudeil by beautiful laus: accommodates 100 no mos()ultoes: txiating, bathing; splendid bicycling. Addrrs (I. D. KUSSLLL, 170 Reuiscnst , Brookljn, urllltlltl.LE. N.J. MON.MOl'TH Ill'.tCII. Refined American cottago: convenient to ocean and Shrewsbury; large rooms; liberal homo table; adulta only; special rates ror July. Address 1iox bu .viknvhil'tii iiehcii. 1. j. m:.mdi!iiotei. Ocean Orove. Tho largest and best eoulpned hotel on the ocean frunt. A. 11. STOCKTON. PENNSYLVANIA. "VTAOVll riNm HOiaK. Naomi rines. Pa, Mon-i-i roe Co. PoconoMt.: lake 3 miles: 100 acres of pines: spring viattr; steam heat, gas and baths, bend for booklet. F. C. MILLER. Delaware AVntcr Gap. mountain HousiTrn,e'xsc:r..0d,,oSn May to Nov. band for booklet. Mrs.Theo lUuijrtboQ, MASSACHUSETTS. THE GREYtOCK B&r Williamstown, Mass. op.a unwoJUw DLLIOHTIUL IN SU3IJIER AND AUTUMN. Games. good music, excelknt roads. Illustrated circulars mailed. VININO ft SEISER. Manager. CONNECTICUT. COUNTRY BOARD At farrn houao; !argr rooraij ihadyt beautiful retort; mountain air andaoeneryi fry quiet; S7.00 per week. JENME CASE.NonH Canton. Conn. OMMIONErTosV 'THE SINKINa FUND 1HD7. TO CONTRACT0R3. TROrOSALS for furulihlog materlaU and perform ing work In tho erection of an adjltion to the pub lic building In Crotona Park, near Ihlrd avenue. In tha Twenty-fourth ward or the city of New York. t)unuant to chapter 404. Laws of 1810. BIDS tOR THE ENTIRE WORK ONLY WILL BB RECEIVED. fiEALFD ESTIMATES for the above work, Indorsed with the above title, alo with the name of the person or irons making the same, and the date of presenta tion, will bo received at the oftlco of the Comptroller, Rooms Nob. 14 and 15, Finance Department, btewart Building, No a Sfj Broadway, In the City of New York, until UoMockM. on Wednesday. July 14th, 1007, at which place and hour the bids will be publicly oiiened by and In the presence of the Commissioners of the Sinking Kund, and read, and the award of the contract, tf awarded, wilt M made to the lowest bid der, with adequate security, as soon thereafter aa practicable. The person or persons to whom the contract may ho awarded will be required to attend at the ofTlce of the Depart ment of Htreet Improvements of the Twenty third and Twenty fourth wards, nlth the sureties offered by him or them, and eiecute the contract within five days from the date of the service or a notice to that effect, and In case of failure or neglect so to do, h or they will to considered as having ahanlonfd It, and aa tn default to the corporation, and thereupon the work shall bo readvertlsed and re let, and so on until the contract Is accepted and ex eoutcd. The work tocommfnee at such time as the Commissioner of btreot Improvstnentsof the Twenty third and Twenty-fourth wards may designate, N. U PermLvlon will not be given for the with drawal of any Ml or estimate, and the right Is ex Pressly reserved by the Commissioners of the Sinking und to reject all eatltnat s should they deem It to the public Interest to do no. No Md will be aocepted from or contract awarded to any person who is la arrears tn the Corporation upon debt or contract, or who l a defaulter, as surety or otherwise, upon anjr obligation to the Corporation. The entire work to be completed within one hun dred and fifty das aftrr the notice to commence work has been given by the Commits loner of M reel Im provement of the TweDty-LhJrd and Twenty-fourth wards. The amount of security required Is KORTY-HVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Blank fur ma of estimates and further Information, If desired, also the form of agreement. Including the specifications for tho work, can bo obtained at the omco of the Comptroller, No Vc0 Broadway, The plans and detailed drawings cm be seen at the onion of Mr. George II. 1'oit. Architect, No. U3 East Seventeenth street, whero all Information relative thereto can be obtained. For full Information seo City Record, New York, July 1st. 197. WILLIAM L. STRONG. 1 Mayori JOHN W. OOrV, Re order; ASHBEL P. FITCH, Commissioners Comptroller! of the ANSON O. McCOOK, Sinking Fund. Chamberlain; JOHN T. OAKLKY. Chairman Committee on Flnanoe, Board of Aldermen; , TO I 0TsUtt"IOIUI M)n PI.UvMlItU. RealM proposals for furnUhlnK materials and labor for certain steuin heutlntt pluiulln.r, sewerage water piping, ami hydrants and water supply for Long Isl and State Honpltal, Kings park, tnuy e sent by mall or delivered In pcntoi. up to 4 P. M Wednesday, July 14th, 18U7. to Truman J, haikus. President of the Boaid of Managers, Long Islaud state Hospital, Ar burkle Building, BrookVyn. N. Y., when Board of Uaiidfcrs will open proposals. Separate proposals must be made for each seollon of tbt work to be ituui, Draw lugs and apt t Ideations may be icon and forms of propositi obtained st tho onice of X. (1. Perry. Architect. In the Cipltol at Albany, N. Y and attha omco of the Hoard of Managers. Arbuckte Building. Brooklyn. N Y, The Board of Managers reserve tho right to reloot anj or all bids u they may deem for the best Interest of thofatatu. TRUMAN J. 11ACKUH, President of the Board of Managers. griwUttfl Glottis nml efUmurAiu,. IIItOtllAtAY fKTKtirrUOTKfc, f (17 to 077, opposite Bond it , In tho heart of New York, midway betwien Battery and Central Park; lotatlou ahuolutcly unequalled for huslneti, sight seeing, and pleasure. TILLY HAYNtS, Prop. ANCROrT IinUHE, flroadway and 81st st.-doiv .1) venlent to all ferries and stat'onsigeutlemen only i pUc. 7 Be. and $1 ier day i weekly, reductions. Cooper Union Hotel, IB, 17, aud 10 Third ay, Handsomely furnlshsl rooms, permanent or transient. Hates moderate, sJUNsllAl, llolLrim3 3d av., cor. lloth at. FuruUhrd rooms, couenleu(.es; LstMtlon: cable pass ing doori ruo.us per wik up, K. HOr YUAN, Prop. HOTICI, RMItTV, French'tabled'hote. T m utlli l, Bcrred In bummer Uardsn. t'oucert eiery evening, l.uuih. 40o.idlancr, 00c Wine aud coffee Includtd: service a la carte at ail houisi moderate prices Rooms by day or week. IIOTKI, (Ol.tMiiLH. Park av. and 183th st American and European plan: handsomely furnished rooms, single or double, adjoining N.Y, Central sta tlomcoutenleut to ellcarsi tneala a la cartel very moderate prlicsj "liKNHOOD norm, corner Bowery and Bayard! below Caual Neatly furulihed roomsi !0 years es tablished! cable aud d av. cars passing door: I, sta tion! meals American plan. JOHN HOWARD. Prosrt. elor: MAJOR KOANTREE, Manager. I'OlVtllS'S UOTatL, b7 3d ar eutrance on Wsd it., cars passing the doori prices moderate! never closesi furnished rooms $8 per week. C. R. POWERS. VALENt7NHMiTT,SeBu,TTSSj Brooklyn. Neatly furnlihed rooms. 3 per week us. Opu, lirldge, cur. 1'ultos, High, aud liberty its, I &MttfmtKtV MANHATTAN BEACH. Swept by Oeestn Rrt. Sousa's Concerts, ?ftJ. Vocal Soloists. De Wolf Hopper.MlT.L'.p.S: El Capitan. Pain's Fireworks, mSI1"' - "r IIKRAMt RC(. TIIBATItR. Eve. BllB. nC MATINRK8 WED. ft BATORDAY... TtlCKI sTIDI 1,000 NIOHTS IN ENO- CIIBAT IIIT.VllrtL. LAND. . rummer Gamut aooTn Nianj VACATION rKUni HKRK.Bept.SB. C0MMEN0E8 MON. Extra Mali- PARIS. DAY. JULY 1. nee To-day. r .. PMADIMOM ItQUAIIR'noor 4;ArtDK ' Every eve'e at 8. Including Sunday. f CHANQE OP PROORAMME NIOUTLY. -. O roiiii,An ocfnTn OJ 23 Dr the METROPOLITAN 55? O PERMANENT ORCHESTRA. D B0-INSTRUMKNTALIST8-S0 r O A. NKUKNDORFF, conductor. O AUMIMIOM. soc. 55 irffFBTH'S Continuous Performance, RIB.! II U 23a, BOo, Noon to 11 P.M. NICHOLS SISTERS) GREAT BIOORAPII (splrndlu new views). KHFI.IE MELVILLE, PANTZER BROS., LEOLA MITCHELL, CAROLINE 11ULI. 85 OT1IER8. DiCTflD'C ontini'oir luioo ta 11 I. HI. Heat, ao and no rent. nrlotrre and Ilenth In .etv Art. Jehn.en. Davenport av I .ore lie, Iteaumont Islere. IB .New riclnre. In the. Itlneptlbon. tasinoi Txfn IT. TO-IiT. IINTINRTI Tlllt Wlllltl. OPTIIR TOtVJTI TO-DAY 2-1 B, I Both Sour, Night next Thurs. erg. Poof Countess Hatifeldtl Hurlsql Balletl Barrlsonsl UlinCniO 14Tn 8T. JIUSKUM. 10c. TOALlZ Ml HrH .N Unlcycle. V0 Curios. Frsnklrn Co. 1IUUt.ll U '.Harbin.-, Crime." Big Vaudeville Co. Oreat Bhovtj iioitTKn at iiiAiva noor ijartmiN. ROQER BROS.. UNOER, 0ERT1E REYNOLDS, and IB star acts. Promenade orchestra concert from 7.1)0 P. 31. untllmldnlgh. 0LYMPIAE00P GARDEN. Kara, I. ham's Octoroons, and 80 New Specialties. 5l'anta (ftmnlrjj. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 west 125th street 0 STHICII KEATIIERT Expefiencedctirlersl sleadr employment. J. A. STEIN, 10 Weat 4th st. aVuutnl .BlnUfl IttljJctllnneou. SHOE BUYER WANTED. Abraham tfc Straus, Brooklj'n, ro quiro at ouco a capable buyor and manager for tboir Slioo Dopart mont. Must bo thoroughly oxpo riencod and compotont to iuaniiRo a largo department. Communica tions treated confidentially if re quested. Apply in person or by letter to S. F. ROTHSCHILD, care of Abraham & Straus, Brook lyn. WTANTED A few young men accustomed to meaj. urlng and folding woollen goods. Apply at 188 Elm st.. illy. Wnnttd SnalM 2UtchatilciJ. ac. IJAPER BOXES Wanted, an experienced paper cutter, understanding paper slitter. State expert euce and salary expected. Address O , box lussun office. Situations Ife'antra .females. TFlE'OUioTlwiliiHlY "l ondedj would like a position as waitress or chambermaid in a prlvato family. Address M , box 127 Sun uptown office. 1203 Broadway. Situation Wantefl lltalta. SITUATION wanted at anything by aboy, aged 18 no parents. Address WILLIAM RICE, 1230 St. Mark's av., Brooklyn. gtaiioforteisi, rflaws, &c. A FINE UPRtQHT PIANO. IHBriTrnnThlyrChlck. erlng, bargain. W ISSNER. 80 Montgomery St., Jersey City. 4 HNE'sTFINWAY, 17Bro""montnlyruprlght; JV bargain. W1SSNERHALL, 011 Broad st , Newark. N.J. BAROAINS. Three eecond-hand uprights, good a new, fully warranted, from $100 up. delivered, with stool and cover, free: squares from 30 up. Open balurday evenings. wniTN EY A CO.. new ware rooms, 112 West 125th st , between Lenox and 7th avs. J'LEOANflJPRIGHT PIANO, 813. ? "monthly; J Stelnway, bargain. WISSNER, 23 East 14th st. Open evenings. 1JIANOS - Low rents; seaside or country; a large as.orlinnt of second band uprights from $123 up, $3 monthly until pa d. OOBDON'B, 180 Fifth av . bet. 20th and 21st sta. TFINW4Y, $fn0. "In monthTyT"uprlght,"rnt $3. WI&SNER, BJB Kulton st , Brooklyn. Open even Ings fPillRTY full size square pianos, best mates, $78 X each, $3 monthly. Wlbb.Stlt, 2U0 Fulton su, Brooklyn. UPRiaifF PIANO. I1B.$5 "monthly: Stelnway. bargain, rent $8 WISSNER, B52 btate at., near Flatbusb av., Brooklyn. eoHtfltg anil thoolg. far Boye and You.g Men City and Country. MOUNT ALVERNIA, t en rnitfiutT. i. i. Bummer boarding school for boj s. studies optlonaL Private tutors supplied. Anew department foryoung men. Salt water nathlng, fl.hlng, rowing, baseball grounds. Opens July 1, closes bept. 1, For terms apply to BltO JEROME, O. s. J, President, St. Fran cis's College, Brooklyn. "SACRED" HTART"liCADEMYr SELECT CATHOLIC BOARD1.SO bCtTOOU Applications for summer and fall course, addressed to Brother ACOCST, West Chester, N. Y. WHITE MOUNTAINS (Bethlehem) Camp; IB young boys: $30 Includes everything; Interviews by ap polntment. HEMPSTEAD (L. I.) INSTITUTE. Uuslueaa College. ALLsummer. day, even1ng;Metropolltan Shorthand School: rooms coolt elevators! all graduates placed 136 Bth ay. ;tim ioara. NVret Hide. "I ATn ST., 87 WEST.-Flrst-class room with board i-J reasonable. Juruisheit loom &3.partmtutu to Set Kasl Nine. LEXINOTON AY., 124. Eligible room! two single) convenient location! home tablet terms reason able; table board; references. ttrst woe. 30D fT., 14 WEST. Beoond door, finely furnished! ij also suites, private baths; opposlto Waldorf! per manent, transients; references. 07TH ST.. SB VEW. NeW7u7nlshed-room7 0 i bath, gas, running wator j $2 up, A fTTH ST.. 143 WLbT.-NewryTurnTsbed liueand lo small roomsi running water and closeUi elrctiio light, and fansi low price ror summer to permanent gentlemen with reference.) prlvste housei no meals. tf lam and apartmeuw So et. rilBB TO AI'CL'HT I, Four rooms, hot and cold water, $18.B0 to $1B. 101 and 2S3 West 142d St., near Mh av. COLLIN H. WOODWARD, 800 West 143th St. $35.00. Charming, newly furnished apartments of seven roomsi tastefully decorated, hardwood flnlshi also unfurnished Oat of seven rooms, $23. Once, 34 West OSth St. ALIJ5N ST., 10. Nice light" apartment to rent cheap. Inquire 082 8d av., city, EROT hT., 82, near Bedford Single Hat, four large, light roomsi all Improvements! low rent. fl'O LET Itentfree for July. cholce"flalsd"av. 84th 1st. IRVINU, aiOMadUonav, 1 KTlf BlC7s33 WEST.-Handsome flat, six room IO aud batb. all light. Q1 ST ST., 108 EAST. 8lnile, 0 light rooms. bath OX all modern Improvements! all .mall families. nOTII BT 10 WEST.-O large, all light rooms it and bath; heated halls rent, $1 and $20. Janitor, on promises. I OfTTn BT.r-48 EAST ApTrtmentsof three and A-M.O tour rooms: aU light roomsi cheap rent. jjxxuitM jflntt go Iftt. T7LAT8 AND APARTMENTS, unfurnished, furnished, : In desirable locations) rent $340 to $8,000. FOL80M BR0TUEK3, 883 Broadway, oor. 18th st. StvtlUnn gauti go get gitH. DESIRABLE HOUSEsTrurntshed and unfurnUh.d, In de.lrable location! rent $1,200 to $8,000, , F0UUM imoiUKlUf, eas liroadwsy, oor. 18lh at. " ; jgwntlirtf s g mt? to gpet (gflwstrg. TWIT BENT FROM KOWTILtnitOTOPOCTODKn. X1 A completely furnlihed cottage, six rooms ibubest point on 1'ooono Mountain 1 four hours' ride from New York. A bargain. For Information write to 8. J. PHILLIPS. Tobyhanna, Pa. -v Swilling glower to g:et Conntrjj. A FLOOR to let. furnished or unrurnlshedt rent . reasonable. Mrs. WK1NH0LD, 13th it., Sheep, head Bajr, L. I. NORWAI.X. CONN.-To Not. 1, high, sightly, acre 1 handy to trolley to Roton Point and dcpotii grapes 1 hot and cold wator; batbi four sleeping room and hall room) f urnlsbod or unfurnished. P. N. COMBS. '-' 1 Jo E et for Smslnew gurpojsejj, BUILDINGS, stores, lofts, offlces, and studio to 11 In desirable locations. FOL3QH DR0THBR8. M83 Broadway, cor. 18th it. OFKIOES to let, $8 to $13 month, at 21 Beekmant u.arNtsssu. RUI.AND ft WlimSO. B Deekman st. TART of d'slrable office! all conveniences! new X building: dry goods district. MATTllF.W CLARK, 1010 Wool Exchange. 1 INBXCELLF.DUQHT LOFTS, $3 up) steam power) Jclevator. WIIIFFEN, or engineer, 177 East 87th St., corner 8d v. YORK STliTner'Wcu" I)roadway. Small, well lighted ahopi suitable for carpenter 1 possession at onoe. Steal Cgtate for Sau Sruohtp. THE SUN Harlem Branch 119 west 125th street LOOK aYHEauTaLL AND THEN VISIT ER 5T PARK "The Oreatest Real Estate Development In New York City." AND WE'LL GUARANTEE that our new nddltton No, 0 to Vnndorvecr Park will convince) oil that this m'w section, comprising over 1,500 lota, offers better opportunities for In vestment or speculation than any other property you have In spected, and for rra-ions that tlice lots are located on the line of Flatbusb, Brook!) n, and Albany avs , and on the direct lines of Flatbusb ar. and Nnstmiil av. trolleys. All city Improvements with suburban sur roundings. Buy now before prlccsjump. LOTS $275, $5 -- $10 - ft; Queen Anne Cottages. $300 down. Balance Samu aa Rent You Are Now Pa)lng. CALL AT ONCE, or seud for maps and particulars. MtW lOHK rTIK)NS TAKE fl.t Till Oil av. cahi at iiiiiix:i: on oiTnNi av. CAIM AT mtONIltVAV FItllltIR, IllltFIT TO VA.NDKItN ItKIl I'AIIK IV OO MINUTES. GRniMXIt IlEtt. ENTtTR CO.. ONLY OFFICE 3uncll.Vrd .va. HENRY A. MEYER, Pres. HLNRY NY. DREYF.lt, Secu DUNTON. 4,7B0 $300 rash, balance on "your terms: 10 room Queen Anna dwpltlng; all lm provements: comer, 73x100; one block from car direct to bridge. ROBT. V. CRAIU. Atlanilo and Van Blclen av , Brooklyn. 'e.otrhester Co. gron ertti :or JSnle. FLAGRAISIMG AT ST. ELMO HILLS, CHAPPAQUA.N. Y., WE8TCIIE8TER COUNTY, AT 2 P. M., MOXIAY. JULY 5, 187. We Invite those contemplating purchase of RESTRICTED "ACREAGE BUILDING SITES" To avail themselves of this opportunity. run at nit, i&U iPAnn. This property Is one hour from 42 1 st , on Harlem road, and Is one of the highest points In the count v, oommandlnu a view of Hudson Valle. and miles of the imrn.undlng country, and Is trlcllr rlrst claas and Intended for residential home, ;eopIe of refine ment can purchase nltbout fear of object Ion able features or nulstnces; nothing Ii" than one acre sold. Expenses paid to vMt the property gcnt at Orand Central Station with tick ts for 10 50 train Mondtt) morning, or uiin itutmiial Application to tiWI. M. UKn A. HI., -13 KsthmiKe IMmpc. at cnr. oiiritN, , v.. New H room hoiist, a 'mpro.cment. close to depot on N Y. and PiitUHin R 't. For particulars address I 0., box 17U sun iipt.u ofllce, Vift "i Broadway. Rtnl Cstiite fox alc City. aiWO-FAMILY Iiorp In line condition, near 177th st. L station, all lmproements. $Min0; fl.Ono cash, balance on mortgage. OWNER, 1043 LUmere pi .Tremont. f or alc or iTo Ect (Citiu CORNER JACKbON AND SOUTH STS CorlearsPark Vacant lot, rent t.MO. b.UITII ELY. 103 Hold st. ICtftateor ale onn stanfl. 5 ACR2S FOR 95150. ' At Pali hofcue and Medrurd, L I ; easy terms, $J per month and up. For panic ulars call or write to O I. SCHWENCEE. laud and Investment Company. 078 B78Broadwaj , .New ork. LOTsTpI.OTS, ACH1 1. at R1VERHEAD, In Pcionii Park! high, dry, and liealt y. good soil: verv de sirable properly: few minutes' walk to station; schools, churchej, stores Ac , guaranteed title, lot $12 and upwanl; caty payments PECOMO PARK ( o , 12.1 Liberty st , room 603. ONLY 8 I.ITTIJ; S-ACllE FARJlb .1111 for sale on our Miller's Plsce. i.rntrty You 111 regret It in time to come lr you tfou't punhus now. Beatitirul looatlon, noar Sound ami rallrond statlou. IVihI rree. No Intere.t or taxrs Tlllo guaranteed Only $K3 to $180 for 3 acres rich mid produtthe land Only $3 cash required, balanco easy weekly puyments. Investlgsto quick. RIILEY, lSChnmlmrsst, SEA CLIFF Hour out, oil north short of Long Island, with Due view of tho hound, mngtilnciut modern residence, built In Moorish architecture by day'aworklnthe mint sti) slnntlal manner; Ii roomsi hard wood and all tmiiroteinents. with large piazzas, porte oochere, and tower; stables; carrlsge, cow, poultry homes, pigeon corral, Japaui-so summer pa goda aud conservatory, .1. acres of tlno.t high laud, with commanding vle . of this glorious rolling seo. tlon of country for miles all laid out In Inndncapea, walks, drives, tinners, laivns, shrulMt aoundtinie of flnist fruits; oholc garden; imi1! complete slimmer or winter home; boute furtiUhod and all In perfect order, will be sold at a i.ai rltlt'o. well worth lmmtid. ate Investigation THOMAS PA NE,0tDrondway,N.Y. eal estate ox ale Jlew ewejj. IJIOR bale.-dr". makcvs BFAUTIPUL place A on Oranze Mountain Wist Orauite New Jersey, for salet eleven and half acres, well furnished dwell ing lioua; garden r rottHze, two larg stnldtst hot) ousei gruiery, choi.-i' vines: Ice huu.e filled! garden rrultst snd alum Ijuce of pure water. One of the most beautiful and healthful (rcsilons n Amer ica; gardener will alion the plaie lor price, terms, 4c. apply to DR. MARUt.liod Bth ar., New York city IMI.MNiiKK ItisTlliri I Large lots, $73i term $2.30 wouthlythlgh ground n"sr houses WEtlllPHIIV, 271 nroadway, ?or ,9ale or Ea "ti Jlnu Hfwcij. 1jV)R SALE or to rent lUndsoine rrsldiuie, with large piazza., 12 rooms and ImIIi, elei trio light and gas aud all modem luii;ii(i'iin.its, 10 miiiuti.' walk from depot. Apply Dr. WM. E. LlNDlTfcOT, New Brunswick, N. J, Cifftioni anil gUtetlngs. flMIF. ANNUAL MEhTl.Nfl of the stockholders'oMlie AUnuld Coupler Company, for tiio purposo of elect ing dlreotor and transacung any other Im.lmss which may be brought before ihetn, will behuldattliooniees of the said company, at 01) Broa In ay N w York city, on Saturday, July 31, 1BB7. I'olh will be open from 1 1 to 13 A. M. y, p. HUNTLEY, Secretary. fl'IlB ANNUAL MEETINfiTif the stoiklKlders"orthe a Oould 8ti'elCompin, for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any other business which may be brought before them, will bo held at the orrlies of the ssld coiuosuy, at 00 Broadway, Now York city, on Saturday, July 81, It)B7, Polls will be open from 12 to 1 p. il. W. E. KURTZ. Becretary, SwiaipjTcFaurfj ' 1)RINTINO t a few hours notice! 10,00(1 circulars, $ll cards or billheads, 40c parl.000 printed en. "lopes. $1 per 1,000 EDOAll PRI.NTINU AND STATIONERY CO., BO West Both st, A trial solicited. cSatents. CJET RICH QUICKLY. Send foroTlnyTntioni JT Wnted." EDO Alt TATE ft Co , 243 B'way, W, Y. fJATKNTS for Inventions procured promptly i low JFauirt0i 3kkks. m ff0inrt-iri--w-M-tfvw-tf- -rf-sriri-i-isf i fri P MANHAHAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION (TO. 04 BllOADWAT. NEW YORK, June list, 1897 02tKi Sonil-Annual Dlvldond. The Trustee of this Institution bars declared In terest at tho rat of 0 . por cent, p.r annum on all sums not exceeding $8,000 remaining on deposit during the throe or six months ending on the floth tmt., payable-on and after the third Monday In July next. JOSEPH BIRD, President. FRANK 0. STILES, Becretary. Metropolitan Savings Bank, 1 and S THIRD AV, (opp. Cooper Institute). CHARTERED 1832. 88TH DIVIDEND. NEW YORK, June H, 1807. INTEREST FOR THE IIALV YEAR ENDINO JUNE 110, 1807, at the rate of FOUR PER GENT. PER ANNUM Wltl be credited to depositors entitled thereto under thnlirdansof the Bank on sums rrom 9tttos)rj,ooo. 1NTERFST PAYABLE JULY 21, 18S7, MONEY DEPOSITED on or before July 10 will draw Interest front July 1. 1807. WILLIAM BURRELL, Pres't. JONATHAN D. CURREV, Seo'y, NORTH RIVER SAVINGS BANK, 208 Weit 34th street (near Eighth avenue). 63d SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. The Board of Tmstcea have directed that Interest bo rredltod depositors on June U0. 1HW7, at the rate of THREE AND ONE HALF PER CENT, per annum on urns of $3.00 to $.1,000. Deposits made on or before July 10 Tf 111 draw Inter eat from July 1. BAMUEL D. STYLES, President. ALEXANDER C. MILNE, Treasurer. Union Dime Savings Institution, UUOAinVA Y, 321) ST. & SIXTH AVKKUE. OUEKLEV SQUARE, NEW YOHIC Interest crcdltcil July lnt rinmblo July mil:, or nny tlmo later. Halo: FOuIt per cent, from $5 lo l,0OO. THUEE per cent, ou tho ex ecs up to s-n.ooo. Money deposited Mora July 10th drrttrs Interest fruiu the first. CHARLES E. SPRAGUE, PrcsldenU Qeorqe K. Hirdsall. Treasurer. Francis M. Lkakk. SocreUry. MKNJIEX'S IIANH Kill tVI;, 74 and 70 Wall street. THE TRUSTEES HAVE ORDERED TnAT INTER EST be paid to depositors entitled thereto under the by laws, and In accordance with the saving! banks laws, for the six months ending June 80, 1807, as follows: On accounts not exceeding three thousand dollars at the rate of FOUR PLR CENT, per annum. On accounts larger than three thousand dollars, and which exceeded said amount prior to the limita tion of deposits by sutute, at the rate of TWO AND A HALF PER CENT, per annum. Payable on and after Monday. July 10, 1887. WILLI IM C. STUROES, PresldenU DANIEL BARNES, Cashier. JNEWYORK, June 22. 1807. GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK, N. K. lor. Ilth Asp. nnd loth Ml. INTEREST AT THE RATI. OF THREE AND ONE HALF PFK CENT PFR ANNUM will lie credited de positors for the MX MONTHS and THREE MONTHS ENIH.NOJU.NE80, 1x07,01111 suma from five dollar to three- thousand dollars, entitled thereto under the bylaws, payab'e JULY 10. 107. JOHN HAIf-FN RHOADES, President, JAMES QUINLAN, Treasurer. FRANCIS H LhOO)-?rT,lKr.t.ri., I) otiDEX cniNOLM. Secretaries. Deptwlls made on or tic fore July 10, 1607, will draw Interest from July 1, 1807. THlTNEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, hTH AV., COR. 14TH bT. The trustees have ordered that the interest to be credited to depositors July 1, 1807, shall be at the rate of FOUR PER CENT. PLR ANNUM on all sums from $3 to $8,000. Deposits made on or before July 10 will draw Interest from July 1. FREDERICK IIUOHSOX, President. Rl'FUS 11. WOOD. Treasurer. WILLIAM FELSINOFR. Secretary. THE BANK FOR SAVINGS. X 280 IOURTU AVENUE. NEW YORK, ) July 1, 1N07. t THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAVE DECLARED tho usual lutt rest under the provisions of the by laws for tho six months ending June 80, av follows: At tho rule of l OUR (Ii PLR CENT, per annum on all sums of $3 aud upward, not exceeding $8,000, imyable on an 1 after the third Monday, being the bth day of this month The Interest Is carried at once to the credit of de positors as principal on the 1st lnitt , where It stands exactly as a deKilt. It will Ikv entered on the pa.sbooks at any ttme when required on an 1 arter the loth lu.t. MHIItlTT TRIMBLE, PrifldenL RODEnT S. HOLT. Secretary. HARLEM SAVINGS BANK, Jill) and JJI Third nv., ror. liMth M. The trustees direct that the usual semi annual dlvl dend lie paid to all deiHHltors entitled thereto, at the rate or FOUR percent per annum, on all sums rrom $3 00 to $1.0ltn, end TIIRFE tier ci nt on the excess to I 000, m) able on or arter July 10 Money de posited on or btfor.-July 10 will draw Intere.t front July 1. CIIAIIIXS B.TOOKFH, President. L. IIOMFR HART, s-ocretary. June s. Ib07. I'erjsonal 3loticr.. AlHOl.t'Tr. I PO davs' nsldence. UN tlllt KM. IIOIIOA1T CVItl'TIIERS of DAKOTA have Eseurn offices, 2J0 Broadway. Steamboats. NORWICH LINE For New London, Wt, h Hill. Block Island, and Fast rn Resorts, alo Wort'tster and North of Boston and Kast Meiiuir Clt of Lowell or City of Worcester leases PlerJ0 (Old No ), N R.next Destirosses st , week days only nt rt P. M. Orrhentra on each Clone connection with New Knglstid and Central Vermont Railroad trains for all Nw EnKland poluti. FALL RIVER LINE FnrNtorl, Fall Hlu r. Botou, Martha's Vineyard, NRnttuket, (.'ajmCol. and All Kaotern and Northern Mountain, Inland and heahore jvolnU. b team era Pxisollltt an 1 Puritan In commission. Une orchestra ou tath. Leixe Plrr 18, N, H foot of Murray St., week dars and butidays, at .1 .to P M. PROVIDENCE LINE For Prnvldiiice dlrict, IWuMim and nil IuUnd end S 'ashore Ri ports I a At and North thereof HteHnifrs !asn'hu It and Pilcrlm. Orchestra ou each. Ieae Pier Jd. N It , mi bl ovk abo.o Canl et week days only, st R MO P M STONINGTON LINE For MouluKtim. Narru;inett Pit r, Wutcb Hltl, Bos ton, aud nil points Past. Him men Maine and New Hampshire, I cave pier SO, N R , ouu block above Canal at., vuek days only, at U P M, Albany Evening Line. Steamers AlllllOMlU'K anil DhAN RICHMOND leavo Kid Pier 41, N It, foot Canal st , at tl P, M. dally (Sunday excepted), connecting with trains for Saratoga, Lake Oeorgr, Adirondack., Sharon springs, Rlehtleld Spring.. Thousand Islands, Niagara FaUa, mid the West, haturday night steamer couuccta with Sunday morning Iniln for Saratoga, North Creek, Caldwell, and sleainer on Lako Oeorgo. III'IIIIIN It I Hit nv lltlMlilTr! PAl.tCE IKON DAY LINE STKAMI.RS NRtN NOIIK" and 41. HAN'T." Finest and fastest river steamers In the vv orld. Dally except Sunday Leave Brooklyn, Fulton st (bv Annex),,,, H A.M. " Now York, Drsbrosses ht Plei ,,,8.40 " " " West 2in st Pier For ALII IN V, landing at Yonkers, West Point, New- burg, Poughkcepsle, Kingston Point, CaUklll, and !Iii.Imh. Orand iNugu'sK.xiwxc'E: way Eicurs on, July 3, on above time table, LONG ISLAND AND BLOCK ISLAND. $Vor Orient. Bteamers Shluurcook A Montsuk Shelter Island, " ''!?' ,Ialy (uxcept bun- .n.nn. lUysjatflP. M, ISaturdsvs at 1 P, Oreenport, M frnu, ,irr 4l)( t R pikeSIlp! Siuiihold. haturday's boat does not no to ls Ilnrbor. Block Island, aud Tuesday's, Thurs und Jay's, aud Saturday's boat does noi tlleck Island, goto ho ut hold HA RT FO R D LINE From Pier 21, East River, dally except Buuday at B P M., for Connecticut Rlvrr landings, connecting for Springfield, Worcester, Boston, and all New England polnU. haturday Excursions at reduced rates, UVUflON' ItltKIt MIFAIIIKIt .tIAIIY I'OH Ell. Dally (except huudas), leavlug Drsbrosses it 3:15 P. M (Baturda)a 1:43 P M ), Wu.l 22d st, U.JO 1' M. (Saturdays 2 P.M.) (ou Monday, July 3, leave on Sat urday's time), for t ItA.NSTON's WIST JOINT, CORNWALL NKWlli'KU, M.W 1IAM1IU1U1, MILTON, POUUHKEU'ME, RO.NDOl'l', aud iilMlBTON. 4 Al 14 1 I.I, KNKNINi: LINK. From foot of Christopher st , N R . every week day, at 0 P M, connetlng at I'atskll) will: mountain tralnsi blcyiles free, boivcs and carriages taken. heud to pier or to Cat. kill for dem rlptlve folder. III'llKON AN1I OXNtl(l HOnn From foot of Chrl.tophtr st.. every week dav at 0 P. M, connecting vvllh B .t A II R. at Hudson K" "ihOhliiN 1 1.NE. U..l iiitiist. Dll'4 p"Ji sat unia). al 1. bte .tat. in BALDWIN aud HOSIER for Cornwall, New butg, Ncvv Hamburg. Marlboro, Milton, Poughkrcpsltf, Hicle park, Esopua, Kingston, couneov ing "" V. V. It. 11. for all points Ut Catsklu. t i IteMmtristjS. HsTW RAVBV.-Fare, $11 EXCURSION1. $1.30. undaya, ExoursJon, $1.00. put tatur leave Pier IB, K. R week days, OF. M. and II mldnlghtl Bun days.BiBO A. M. and IB mldnlghtl week day steamers oonnsnt on wharf with train for M.rlden. Hartford, Bprlngfltld, and point north. Tim table July 0 same a Sunday. RAMBDELL LINE.-Steamer Itar Pier 24, N. R. foot Franklin it , for Cranston's, Weat Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall. Ftlhklll Landing, and Newburg w.ek days (except Saturday) 3 P. M.lSaturdaya 8 l'.M. Sunday 0 A. M , landing at 108d it., N. It., 0:80 A. M. Excursion to Cranston's evsry week day, returning by down toat arriving at 188d St., N. R.. 11:80 P. M I faro $1.00. Mary Powell ticket from any landing accepted when stamped Oood on Ramidell Line. TROY BOATS. Fare to all rreoru north and east lower than any other route. CITY OF TROY or BARATOO A leave foot West loth st. dally, except Saturday, 0 P. II. Express tralni for Saratoga, Lako Oeorga, Adirondack, ftc, Sunday steamer touches at Albany. Oreau .Meanter. AMERICAN" LINE. NEW YORK OUTHAMITON-Londan-Prl.) Balling every Wednesday at 10 A. M. ST. PAUL July 7 I PARIS July HT LOUIS JnlyU BT. PAUL Aug 4 NEW YORK July 21 BT LOUIK, Aug. 11 RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP Sailing every Wednesday. Wesiemland.July 7, noon I Berlin , .July 21, coon Bouth'k, July 14,4:30 P.M. Noordland July 28, noon INTERNATIONAL NAVIOATION COMPANY, Pier. 14 and IB.North River. omce,8BowllngUreen. ANCHOR" LINE. Ollmign VIA MIN-IIUVDRllltT. Weekly from PlerB4, N. R , foot West 2tth st, Ancborla. ..July 10, noon Furnrssla. July 17, noon City orllome Kept. 11 mid Oct, O For new Illustrated book of tour and passage rates and further particulars apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Agents. Bowling Oreen. C" UNARDUNETOLIVEBP00L.VIAQUEENBT0W3: From Pier 40, N. R , foot of Clarkson st Etrurla....July 10, 1 1. M. I Auranla... July 24, noou Carapanta.July 17, B A.M. Umbrla..July 81. B V. M. TtXTTl. MILIMIS. From Allan Bt ate Line Pier, foot or West 2 1st it , N. It. Ferris July fl, 10 A. M. VERNON II BROWN ft CQ..0en.Ag't,4 Bowling Oreen. HAMBURG-AMERICAW LINE. TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS from New York to Plym outh (l.ondon). Cherbourg, Paris and Hamburg. Columbia. July B, 7 A.M.lColumbla, Aug. B, 7A.M. F.BIsm.rck,July22,10A M. F.BIsmarrk.Au.10, 10A.M. Normannla.July2D.10A M. Normaunla.Au 20, I0A.M. HAMRURO SERVICE, by Twin Screw Mall B. S. Pruasla.Julylo.t:SOP.M. I Pennsylvanla,Julyl7,8A M. First Cab , $73 up: second class, $40; steerage, $30. llambiirg-Amerlt-ww f.laie. OT Itroadwisy. IMAIIN'E STD'JAilBNBBII CO. DRI.IOIITFl'1. OCEAN Tlllltl. Only direct line for Cottage City, Mass.. and Port land, Me. bteamers aall every week day, except We -day, from Pier No. 88, E. R., at 3 P. M. Tues day, . uursday, and Saturday steamer stem at Cottage City en ruuto; the new 8. b. JOHN ESOLIS aall Mon day and Fridays for Portland direct. Connections mode ror Bar Harbor. Old Orchard, Poland Spring. White Mouutalna. 8t. John. N. B . and all Eastern aum tntrrcaorta. steamer fitted with every modern luv tirovcmeut for comfort and convenience or tourists The most comfortable route for all point East, neces sitating no changes. Ticket may be purchased at Maine S. B Company' office. No. 27J Broadway, at the office No. 22 South at , opposlto the Pier, and Thos, Cook ft Son, gfll and 1223 Broadway. "TORTH OERM IN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO IN SHOUT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINE5T. FAST EXPRESS BTEAMERS. Havel, Tu , July 0. 10 A. M.Trave,Tu..July 20, 10 A M. Saale, Tu, July IS. lOA.M.lLahn.Tu . July 27, 10 AM. OEH'.ICHS ft CO . 2 Bowling Oreen. OLD DOMINION LINE. UNILV TO NOlirol.K. Shortest sea Trip Out or .New York. Dellghtrul tours to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Pinner' Point, Richmond, Virginia Beech, a, and Washing ton. D C. Freight and Passenger steamers sail from Pier 20. North River, every week day, except Satur day, at 8 P. M , and Satunlay at 4 P. M. W. L. OUILLAUDEU. Vlce-Prea't and Trafflo Mgr. WHITE STAR LIXE. Oermanlc....July 7, noon I Adriatic. ...July 21, noon Teutonic . .Jul 14, noon I Britannic July 2. noon NO COTTON CARRIED BY PASiENOER STEAMERS. Pier 43, North River. Office V Broadway, New York. II. MAITLAND KERSEY, Agent. Sailroatl Lehigh Valley System. btatlous foot of West 2Jd St. (i'enn. R. R.), Cortlandt or Dest.rosses St. Indicates time rrom West 3d St. Other figures show time from Cortlandt or Desbrossea bt. una, fiiSOA M, dally (Sunday 0:43.7 A. M.) for MAUCH CHUNK ami Intermediate stations. !S5. SHIS A. M. dally for WII.KLSBARRE. BCRANTON (week day.). ELM1HA (week dais). ITHACA. OENEVA. ROCHESTER, BUFFALO. MAO ARA I ALLS, and tne West ami principal local points; dining car and chair car to Buffalo. 111123, lOino A.M., Sundaya only, for BOUND BROOK and Intermediate stations. IUi-js, loiso a. M. dally, except Sunday, for MAUI II CHUNK and Intermediate point.. Ili38, llltoonoon dally, except bunday. "UIiACU UlAMOM) KXPKESS." Arrives Buffalo 0:33 1'. M Pullman Vestibule Day Coaches and Parlor Car Dining Car Service. Meals a U Lane. Couneeta at Buffalo with through aleejicrs to Detroit and Chicago. iui-js. 1UI40 P. M. dally, except Sunday, for MAUCH CHUNK and Intermediate polnta. lUi.NS, map. M. buudavs only, for EASTON MAUCH CHUN h., and the coal branches. litis, lio P. M. dallv, excpt Sunday, for WILKIJsBARRE, PITITO.N, SCRA.NTON, and princi pal Intermediate stations. Couutcta ror all point In coal regions, chair car for Wtikesbarre mas, ilo p. h. dally, except Sunday, for Wll.KhsBARUE. PITTSTON. bCuAMON. and princi pal Intermediate atatlons. Cuum-cls for all point In coal regions. PuUman Buffet Parlor Car for Wllkxa barre. SiSS. Si IS P.M. dally f or EASTON and Interme diate stations. aias. mio P.M. dally, except Sunday Express for SLAT1NUTON aud principal intermediate nations. Connects for Reading and IlarrUburg. Chair car to blattngton sltlS. TiOO P.M. dally for BUFFALO, NIAOARA FALIJJ, and all point. Writ. Pullman sleeper vesti bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Sleera to Buffalo and Toronto. Ttas, stiao P.M. dally, except Sunday, stopping only at SOUTH PLA1NHELD, EASTON, BETHLE HIM. MAUCH CHUNK. L. ft B JUNCTION, SAYRE. ULNEVA. ROCHESTER. RATA VI A, and BUFFALO. Pullman alorper for Buffalo. Noue but sleeping ear pas-engers carried. No baggage carried. Sliaa, OiUO P M. dally. Tor ITHACA, OENEVA. ROCHESTER, BUFFALO, MAllAHA FALLS, and all points West. Puilman aleepera to Wllktsbarre and Ithaca Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for BOUND IIHOOi: and Intermediate points leave aa fob lows: 8 33. 0 00 A. M., 'ltlS, 2:80, '8.33, 4:20. and 3-83.8-30 P.M. Ticket and Pnllman accommodations at 118.281. 278, 883. 944, and 18.'3 Broadway, 31 E. 14th St.. lBflE. 123th St , 127 Bowery, N. Y.i SCO Fulton St, 4 Court bt , OS Broadway, and Brooklyn Annex. Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer Co. will call ror and check baggag from hotel or residence to destination. DEI.WTAItE. LICK NUTANS A A VTRNTEIIV It. II. Btallen In New lark, rot or Barclay and t'tirl.lopbrr Nle. VESTIBIXB TIltlN'S. ri'I.UrtANl ui'mrr CAIM. PINTxril 1.I4.IIT. Direct rout to Newark, Bloomlleld, Montclalr, the Oranges, summit. Bernanlsville, Uaaklug Ridge. Jl mil son, Morrtstown, Puasaic, lkaterson, Bountou, Dover, htauhope, Newton, Budd's Lake, Lake Hopatcoug, Ilacketutown. Schooley's Mountain, Washington Phlllipaburg. Easton, Water Oap, stmudsburg, Pcvouo Mountain, scrauton, l'lttiton, Wllkesbarre, Nantl coke, Danville, Northumberland, Montrose, Blngliam ton, Oxford, Norwich, Watervllte, Uttca, Rlchrield Springs, Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego, Ithaca, Owe go. Klmlra. Corning, Bath. Dansvltle, Buffalo, ami all point West, Northwest, and Southwest. moil A. !!. Blughamton Mall, btops at principal stations lOiOO A. M. (Cafe car) Buffalo, Scranton, Bing hamton, Owego. Ithac-a, Elmlra. Syracuse, and CM wego Express Pullman buffet parlor ears. Con nrctlng at Buffalo with trains for Chicago and poluis West Pullman parlor car New York to III. htleld Springs lino I". .'!. scranton, Blnghamton, and Elmlra Ex press Pullmau t uffet parlor cars, Slioor. SI, -s. ranlon. WLkesbarra, and Plymouth Express. Pullman tmffet parlor cara. TitMil. : M. (Dally) Chicago V .tlliule Limited Ex. tires for scraulou, Blughamton, Llmlra, Buffalo. Pullman buffet sleeping car, New York lo Chicago Dining car west of Buffalo. Biao p. SI. (Iiallv)-Buffalo Expreas. Pullman sleepers for Scranton, Blughamton, Klmlra, Bath. Mt. Morris, and Buffalo, arriving Buffalo SAM. OHM! I', .11. il)ally)-lluffulo, Ser niton, Blngham ton, On ego. Ithaca, Elmlra, Syracuse, and Oswego Express. Pullman buffet sleeper, sleeper New York, to lllchrteld springs Tl'kcls end Pullman accommodations at Henry Oaze ft Sons', Ltd , 1 111 Broadway, 14 Park place and 42U Broadway and 242 Brovdwa). Tickets at Ferry stallons, 111 till av .ror 12lh,t i 81 West 123th st 283 Columbus av.. New York, It.ts and 728 Fulton at-' aud 100 Broadway, Brooklyn. Time tables giving full Information at all nations. Westeott's Express Company will rail for and check baggage from hotel or reslden-e to destination. ERIE RAILROAD Through trains leave New 'Vork, foot of Chambers at , as follows, and live minutes earlier from West 28d st t 0,-On .' :,f,.Vf,"bV.,,,, nxpres dally for Bingham tl.UUtou, Waverly, Elmlra, buffalo. Bradford ar rlv es Buffalo 8.00 P M parlor car In Buffalo. 9, 1 S M, Vestibule t Express dally, except .IO Sunday, for Port Jtrvla, Montlcelio, Lack, wuien, Hones tale, and Important local poluis to Corning Dally to Port Jervfs, Pullman l'srlor Cars for Montlcelio and Corulii .enorcsrs 9'00 r,i.V:-l!,"V!l1 """".',' '" nMI dally. a.lvj solid tralnforCnlcago.vlaChautaunual ski arrle Cleveland ut 1 10 A M, Clilcjio 6 p. ! sleepers to Ciilcato, Cleveland, and CluclnuatL Din ing car 7.fi M. Buffalo and Cleveland Vestibule Ex. I ,0J press dally, arrives at Buffalo 7 03 A M Bradfoiil 7 17 A M , Janiutnwn 7 u A. M Clev.' land 12:30 p si. (8ie.M-r lo Buffalo and Clev.land) making direct connection for Detroit, Chicago, and Die v est Cafe I Ibrary Car, ' 8, I r '. M. DAILY Via Chautauqua Lake and ,'J J Niagara rails Solid train to Chicago, siien ers to Hnruellsvllle, Chlcajo, and Cluclnuatl Dlulug MMCKET8. I)CAL TIME CARDS, AND PULIJIAN 1 ACCOMMODATIONS at III, 113, 2dl. 401,al'd u.17 Broadway. 127 Bowery, If.il Ea-t I23tli st , and bl West I23thst., Chatnlurs and West 28d st, ferries Now Vorki .u.i ami 720 Fulton .t , 108 Broadway' Brooklyn; 200 Hudson St., Ilobokcn, and Jersey city station, Westeott's Express call for and check bur. (age from howl and rldaoc to deiUuaUou, aMUwss. - " amirioa'8 anMnifKiuCmiaS? NEW YORK i Antral. A-X & rlUDSOM RIVER R. ft THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE, lllltitt T LINK TO NIAIJAIIA FAI.I.. Trains leavo Oraud Central Station, 42d Sin ct Fourth Avenue, as follows: 7-tO A. M -AlHRONDACK MOUNTAINS. TnoB. I .OU SAND ISLyMIS, AND MOSTHEAI, si'M III Daily, except Sunday. FnrAdl udackMountaiaT Tliousaiid l.lunda, and Montreal. 8'IC A.M. Daily, except Sunday. The faraoa, .0 EMPlltr. STATE h.M'ltESS, LIMIT!'.') KaJ! ist train In the world stops at Albanv, i-.w Syracuse, Roolirsteri due Bufralo at 4 ir, p flog.ra Fall. 3i3J P M. This train Is limited 12 Its seating capacity, w 9-'0 A. M.-bAST SlAlL,I)ally-ForroilgliVerp,. OO Albany, Utlca, Syracuse, Rochester BunuJ N.sgara I alls, and Clevolaud. 9. A( A M.-SARATO(IA AND MONTH! M. up. .lUflAL, Dally, except Sunda)-li.r I st.iS Mountains, Troy, Baratoga, Lake Oeorg . urn. Mountain, and Montreal TO-fld A M -' MM" I! SHORE LlHITl.O, D(. XJ,iK 24-hour train to Chicago via M Chilian (' tral route. Slots at Albanv, title syra.nu Rochester; dun Buffalo 1:I0P M , NlaLaralan. 0:1)0 P. II . Chicago 0:00 A M. Carr.cs alee,,l and drawing room cars only, ' 1A.QAA. M-DAY EXPRKSS. except Sundii.. XU.OU ForMllllirook.Otsklll Mnuniam., andsU Important New York State points LOil1'- MaOUTllWESTERN LIMIIltl Dalit- lAJvJ For Columbus, c nelnnatl, lnll.nnM 7 St.Louls. Stopsal Potigbkeepslo, Allnny L'tla Syracuse, Roohe.ter, and Buffalo. 1,nfi !' M. (.HICAOO M-lrUL. Dill) Fori). l:JJ trolt, Cleveland. Toli.lo. ! 1 wo mS at Pougbkeepsle. Albany, Sciiwnicaty til a Syracuse, R""!ietter, and II iffnlu s 3 .Oft P M.-TROY AND SARVT( V SI f. Ill )V except buLday lorOairlvon w .t I'uim? Pou ihkeepsle, Albany, aid Tror A rr.flfl 1'. M.-I.AKF. SHORE I.IMITH allylL 0.JJ hour train to Chicago, via Las ii re roaia stotis at Albany. Utlca, Hyrai us i. i ,i,r ..7 Iluffulo. Due Cleveland 7:13. Toll l I ill i r Chca4o4:oo P.M. This train conn, is atcinJ laud for Cincinnati, due 4:431', M a u st TuM for St. Loult.duo 111 13 P. M ilu. 1, imuCltr next morning. Carrlea sleeping ai i drswii room cars only. G.fjfl !' M WESTERN EXPRESS DitlvFor . JJ ban). Troy, Utlca. hyraouse, Ibe ,e.ter ha. lain, Nlfgara Falls, Cleveland, Toic I betroit O.lago Cincinnati, and bt, Louis. 6,()r I'.M ADIRONDACK MOUNTAIN1! TITOS. ,D 8ANDISLAND8,ANDMOMHl..vl I XI-REm Dally for Adirondack Mountains, Thuuu! Islands aud Montreal. 7'00 ' M.-.NORTilERN F.XPRIS"!, Ilsllv-ro, I 'UU Troy. Plaltsburg, Ilurllngtnn Mootrtil mill, except Batiinlny nights, Ottawa 7,qfl I- St. BUFFALO SPECIAL IlallT-yo, .OU Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Falls i i. teliM Indlanaiolts, st, Louis, and Chlcairn pm a Pnughkeepsle, Albany, Utlca, and Hvrni ,ce 9 .Of, F. M. SPECIAL LIMITED MAil Dm, VJVy (sleeping car passengers oulvj 1 r.lnti l'all Brook Railway, via Lvons, and f or UiuTsla Cleveland, Indlanaiolls. and st Louis 9.1 S I'. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Daily-For5rn i--J cuse, Oswego. Wat rtown. Oilers1 Lri.Birf. falo, Niagara Fall. Cleveland, Toledo, riutira except Saturdays fur Cape Vincent n.1 u, Atibnrnrosd. 19.JA Mght SIIDNIOUT EXPRFS5 Thftm) X-.JVf train for Chicago and prlnclia! lolctios the New York Central every night l-x ept bur.dii nights. Sunday nights. Chicago blec p nslesvios U:l3 train. Oion A. M. and Bias P. M Dolly, except SldJ.j.u Plttsrield.vU Harlem Division. Otis A.M. Sundai only, tu Plttifield and the Serb shire II Us, via the Harlem Dlvl.lon "ALL NIOHT" TRAINS TO YO.N'kF.M "All night" trains run between 13'tb it sat points on the Putnam Division as f ar av v. nten.lt connection wit h the elevated road. The only line na rdng "all night" trslns out of New York. agner Palace Cars ou all through trains. Trains Illuminated with Plntsch light Tickets and Wagner off.ci-s at Orand C t ntraistsrioa. 118. 281. 413 Broadway, 31 Esst 14th st IUJ BrosJ way. 2J3 Columbus av., ni West 123th it and U st. station. New York. -t:in and 70 Fulton it., sal 108 Broadway, F D , Brooklyn. Baggage checked from hotel or residence by tai Westcott Express Company JOHN M. TOUCEY, OEORfiE II DANIFU, General Manager. General paa.em.-er Ageat, Pennsylvania XIJlXIiZIO.S. STATIONS foot of West 1 wenty third street and IX brosses and Cortlandt streets fxr-The leaving time from Desbrosses and Ccrtlua streets is five minutes later than that given below ta Twenty third Street Station. TiaSA. tl. FAST MAIL. Pullman Buffet rarlorCsr New York to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car l'lttsbunt Cbl ago. Nocoachea to Pittst urg Sliaa A. VI. FAST LINE. Plttsburj snl Cl-veuai Oiaa.t. Jl. PINNSYLANIA UMITEI -Pnllma Compartment Sleeping. Dining, '-inoklnz, sslOtv serration Cars lor Chicago. Clevelsnl, ToiatA Cincinnati. Indlanatiolls. Louisville. St Ixials. 1IS3P. St. CHICAOOANDST LOUIS LXPRESS- For Nashville (via Cincinnati!. Chicago, tt Lotia, Sl3S I'. SI. WESTERN EXPRESS For ClevsllxJ, Chlcazo. For Toledo, except Saturday. 7 1 to r. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS -TorO clnnatl. Indtanaiiolis. bt. Louis. Tl3SP. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For PltUhortaaJ Chicago. Connects for Cleveland and Tele lo exoral Saturday. vahiiin;ton tn tub itirriL 7 33. S.2S, 9 23. t 33 (Dining Cor), 10 31 A M ItlM. 1 33 (S-13 Conrree.lonal Llm.." all Parlor ft&t Dining Carsl. 4 23 (Dining Car), 4:53 Tuning Car, S:3N P. M . 12:10 night Sunday, 6.S3. v .'MOM A. M (3-13 -Congressional Um ," ail Parlor tat Dining Can). 4 23 (Dining Car), 4:33 .,D mng Cart 8-SSP. M. 12:10 night. BOCTHtK.N RAILWAY. Express, 4:23 T. M, 1IJI night dally. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. Exprvss, 9.23 A. M. Ill S-33 P M. dallv. CHESAPEAKE ASD OIUO RAILWAY 4 IS T. JL dally FOR OLD TOINT COMFORT AVD NOPJuLK-TM A. M week days and 7-33 P M. dally ATLANTIC CITY. West Twent .third Street Start 1:23 P. M , and Desbroters and Cortlandt Mma, 1:30 P. M week dars Lnnr Branch. Asbury l'ark (Interlaken Soalijn Ocean i. rove aud Point Pleasant (from West Twrs ty third btrett station), 7.23, s:3'i.P N 1 "5 At (12 33 Saturdays only). 1 33 2 33. 8 3 ' t'i. 0 53 P. SI. Sundays. 7 53, P 4,1 am 4 '3 ? a, (rrom Dest rosses and Cortlandt Sir. el ' tu ' It, 0:10.10:00A.M. 12:10(1 20saturdav.o-.v ISi, 8 10, 3-40, 4-20, 3:10, 7.00 P. M Sur.Jl.n.ad 0:43 A. SL, 5:15 P M toil Pllll.AllFII.PIIIt. 6ll3, 7:23. 7:63. h.23, S63. V 23 if 1 Per.na. U lted), 0.35 (Dining Car), 10 S3, 11 M A SL II 'A 1-53. 2.S3. 3 3 1, 4 23. 4 25 iDln n ar 4M (DlnlngCar). 3.53 (Dining Can. 7 I' T -MP. M. 12 10 night Sundava. ti 13, 7 " . ts5. 0.23. t) SSiLllnltedi. 0.33, 10 13 t M 1 i fKrf Car), 3.13. 4.23 (Dining Cur) 4 lo Mr'n.-'V. B 35 (Dining Car), 7:10, 7.5s, -55 1' 11, If!' night. Ticket offices No. 401, 044. lioa nt.il ssl 201 Bma1wu 1 Astor Hou.c. Wei: Twe-ut-tLW st, station, auil stations foot ot li. .tir -f s&l Cortlandt st.; 4 Court .t., SOU Full n st " Hf1 way, and Brooklyn Annex station, r I vd it. tlon. Jersey City The New York Irvnv'. r mfW will call fornd check lisggagi from hotel u: res idences through to destination J. B. HUTCHINSON, J Tt 'D, General Manager. General Pa.- - .-"t NEW YORK, ONTARIO & WESTERN H'T. Trains leave foot of West 4 2d il ul i l t1' minutes esrller from Frank dnst Tiaa A. St., fur Molilalia. Orrs Mis' lo bonk and Sllnnew avka, Mlddletow n II) rf'ufN Ellenvllle, FalUliurgb. liurlevvllu 1 ak. h i "'l Liberty, Scrauton, Waltou, Dtlln, Sidu v N rtX Utlca, Oneida. I ulton o-iwcgo una A. SI., for Laniilll 11 li M hi Rloomliuburgh, Wtirislxim. Kili'tivil V ",al, Ceutrevllle. lallsburgh. Lake hinuo j n ileyrUA Liliertv Fall.. Liberty. White I al. lla P. ti. (Saturdays onl f r 51 ' fl Illoomliigburgh, Wurtslioro, Hi mill vi mta-i-dale, t'entrevllle, Fallsburgh loiki-uine.t lli.',X Tllle, Femdale, I Ibirtj. White Lake, Parsv He U Ing'ton Mauor, Ro. kl ind . . Illia P. si., for CampWIl Ha'l I ik.s Y$' andMlnnuwaska.3ltblletiiw:i.Bi,Him n i ivo boro. Mlenvllln, Jlount iludalc, mi" ! burgh. lake Klaiiieshu, llurlej vlile 1 n aie U' erty, Whit Lake, l-arksvllle, llvlug.i ii Mas Rockland. mia p. ni. (Franklin st ana p vi iiir forCampliell Hall. Mldlletown, l.ll.-rlv i HP1 Manor, Wallon, sidmy, Nonvich. Rinlii v llton, Onelds, Itlltoli, Oswego Nnuvrj h ',1s points West, Pullman Sli i-ptnc Car He n t"; Car saals frru through lo Chlcai,o wltli ui '-" 1 arrlv es Chicago u 'in 1". M, , . I Sllft P. M., for Montana, Orr's ill!'. Mealr Brook. Buruslle. Cainpt ell Hall.stul '' Run, Middletimii, Wlutirloii, Uloomlugl nr.n Wr boro, Elletivllle . Tl. kcu aud Pullman seata at 31 Brond" v s.J. J, O ANDERSON, O 1. A , fill It. J . ' NT New YirtiTloSoi AH hi N. Y N II ft II, It It aiid.-onuu .i Iroui oraud Cetitral station lnve. Bv wuy of "J-, 0 01 A M, Springfield and Wono.ter, ' J J- 10 00 A, M , lt.Ni'Wl)udonalnll'roltenee. I f 10,03 A, SI. , New Loudon and Providc-uce l , 5 12 0DM., Sirlnilcld and WoiM-ter. ' ' , J1-.00 P M , Air l.lnoand N F. It It. ' J 1.0J 1', SI Nlw luudnii and I'rovlleuce, 1 f 8.00 P M , 'New Loudon and Pr iv t b n c, u I J- 4:00 P SI , spilm.ileld aud v oro i.t 1 f, r b Oil I' M .Newljiudonand IToil Ic-nic, I j f 1 1 -Oil P SI .sprlngDe-ld and t on .t r. " J 12:00 p M . 'New Loudon and I'rov idem e, t. '1 Runs dally. Including suuda), .. ., ttllay sito IJmlted, all parlor lars, far '' oltidlng parlor car seat -,,. lAlrl. lie Limited; arrives at and departs f ""; Square Station, Boston. Returu .irvlijo t-tiutw" and by same ronto. Through uurlor and sleeping ears by each li4 a i C T HEMP.-vlEtli. ti.-u P.w "H baitimoeie&ohio! Leavo New York, foot of I lliirly st ,dji CHll'AliO, 2-1)0 P SI utnllJ IJllk'iit ,.,, l'lTThlll'RO.J.IIOex stililsy 2 OOSun ,W ' '"" CINCINNATI, hT LOl is, 10 on A M 100 1 B WASHINGTON, JUI.llMllltl.. e. Ill Oil Dlin i "' lli.tUA SI, lUliilngi'an, 2 00, II lOiDlnlng ' , , (Dlulug Car), V. M , 1.' 13 night suuU) (Dlulug Car). 1 1 lid A M Dltiliut ur i ' "-"', Can, .1 OoiDlnlnaean op Sl.l.' I3ulght. NORFOLK, 1 1 3o t M .la I) . .., NF.tv Old KANh(tliruui.li sleep, r), B-00 P M ' All train, n r iliumliiated with Pinlsih llg , , Ofll es I18 172,2ill I Jl. Iltoltroalwar si"' 14tht , 127 llowery. New York! 8Jy, 844 lu w"' Brooklyn; station foot Liberty St. N. O. R. ": J. Baggage checked from hotel or residence J " , UstlOtt.