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I j THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1897. o H
19 xxoTitznrJcronr ron miis.kibsabi
mf lll Conrt Affirms Her Judtmnit r
W ";.,, fr.m William V. Ml..
$1 Tho Appellate Division of the Supreme Court
E n Brooklyn rcster-lny .firmed !ho Judgment
of the lower court in Bronllnc a ep.r Ion to
'i who Is ft relative of tho Vnnderbllts. Mr. Ids
f ', S .am i1 his wife for ft .cnrtlon on the around
- . that .he had abandoned him. bho denied the al
t, . ltlon and etuiiaronnlcrclalmallcKltuc that
I' he had treated her cruelly and then abandoned
Ihi her. The opinion, which was written by Justice
.li Ifatrh suTsthat the testimony shows Hint Mr.
, yf.m n.Vftldlctcd to th e of liquor, and
bc"enViJ and 18115 he was ftn inmate
iS fou? Insllttl'loiis for tho euro of drunkenness.
Buch i-Sii l'l 't Justice Hatch s,.lil. I even more
cruel and Inhuman somotlmestownrd delicate.
fnd sens tlvi wlfo than nctual phvelcal violence
-Mid be. Justice Hatch say; tUt while Mr.
Sfssam wm in Intnato of tho Inebriates' Home
ft Fort Hamilton ho offered his wife n homo.
Eut the Court Is tinn.uo to determine where that
honiVwii. ns he surely could not have expected
Els wife to Join him In that Institution.
Colleges ami rhoolj.
r.r !! na"oanr Slen City null Country.
L F Af I .O U T SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
DWlUn I 15 Vet 43d St.
I Eighteenth yearbeglns Sept. 21).
Note d for lis sound, common-sense system or In
V itructlon, under ex ierlenred teachers, hmslltlwifi,
with special attention to th Individual pupil. Uradll.
tea of Dwlght have liecn admitted with tilth credit
tto Vale, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, and other
tolleges. The annual catalogue will be mailed on
application to Principal, Arthur Williams. ll.A. (isle,
7 1 ). No schooHiours wasted lumllllary drill.
WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL,
4i7 siAimii avtmc.
Sixteenth year begins Octolier 4th.
Prepares especially for
roi.VMniA wrnoiii, of viiim.
"" SACRETWRT h academy. ,
elect cathnlie hoarding sehooli educational ad
vantages unsurpassed; open allyear; fall ternt began
Bcpt. 7. Address Uro. AUGUST, Vest Chester. N. V.
GERLACII ACADEMY,
COLLEGE POINT, Long Island, Military Boarding
School for boys. Oymnastlrs and drill every day.
ixSOflft SCHOLARSHIPS (Immediate applicants):
0"J"-' backward boya Improve wondcrfullyiulne
tr- -- l.en miles from W. Y. Hempstead (U I.) Institute.
' ' "gorUlrlaamd Toun Women Cltjsina Country.
I Miss S. D. Doremus
BOARDING AND PAY SCHOOL FOIl GIRLS.
RE-OPENS OCTOI1F.U 4T1I.
735 Madison av.. New York.
ITnioi' Explaining and Illustrating the
UHUIIICIT) FKofcllEI. system of early child cul
Jtflir ture. games, story.telltng. and the use
I. IJLiiuy of Kindergarten materials.
1 ilCM, Sletronolltau Temple.
V-l4 tjMOOCO 7th av. and 14th st.
Ml Cm.slcal School tor s.lrl.. an.ilFlKh Avenue.
'( 15th year begins September 2Uth. lb7. Hoarding
f and day pupils. Admits to college.
f KINDERGARTEN VtiPSf3
, K (Freecholarhip ttmltcil). 2. A. Cl'TTES, Sup't.,
K-B liitropolltAn Temple. th ftr. anil 1 itlt t.
i 1 Mrs. M. F. WALTON " 2 uu
KlNDF.ItriAHTEN TRAIS'INO Cl.AhS
JP AND PUACTICE hCHOOL.
f Tnn KLLIVIAX 'H10U-I4lh"jer, Kinder.
issj-4 STisrlen Tritlnlnr 'lnaa. Klndersarteu and Ele
jK mentary Depts. 178B U'dway. bet. 67th and Bath sts
H'ibbH VTICA. N. V.
! Jlrs. Platt'a nrhool.
s Fall term opens last week In September.
Ear. Pr. and 3fr. t-'harlrs II. linrdner,
SCHOOL FPU OWLS. B07 FIFTH AY.
H yr TsnR n asd IVomen City sirtrl Country.
I New York Boarding School Directory.
B H 9 VTt Fourlr-nlh m., .rw York.
H Circular! ntl full information of select hUh-er-vdis
H PoardlnsSohooli, city atrd country. Special atttntlon
H H paid toouoftown appllcapt-i. It. S. n ANN AY.
J H For Chlldrt-n City and Country.
EATON IIALL, boarding and day school for boys
and glrli, Concers, Hock land County, N. Y.; re
H opned Sept. 20; coIIcrc preparatory, lnterme-llato,
B primary kindergarten denartmenta. lanruage-i. rau
jH alC; Mrs. C. J. BABBITT. Principal.
iH Baslneaa CoIIpco.
' Wood's New York School
JWI BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND,
H STII AVE. AXII I J 5 Til NT.
Hl 1 The largest, cheapest and beat; daj sessions; night
lH I I fchool four (4) dollars per month. Come and see.
II I PA 1 "NEf S
! B DC8IWEM COLLEGE AXD SCUOOL
11 3F
ls srrEsounAPm' An TVPF.wniTixo.
OI'EV DAY A.D KVEalin.
U IIOWFKY. COKNRR CANAL rT.
Bj UPTOWN. 1U7WKST UIT1I ST.. CPU. UUOADWAY.
III BOOICKEEPINC.-v. a. Vi;.;ivs.
H Chartered Accountant, :fi and 23 Orarncrcy Park.
Ml teaches t)J his rapid 1111 tliod all that pertains to book
aBiiH keeping and Accountancy.
BII A COURSE with hlamlll materially advance gen-
BMwH tlemen and ladles engaged lu or entering upon bual-
aavH Cesa positions.
BjBklBJ STUDENTS prepared for C. P. A. examinations.
U Long Island Business College,
aBKn 141 to lilt Hnillh Nib, St.. llrooUlja.
sBTbiI Dar and evening session. Send for catalogue.
"& HKNKY C. WKIUIIT. Prluclnal.
H& ALL "EARN MONEY
il Hl while learning llorthand and typewriting at
i "Bll' VKH-Vlll..Yr.ft (III.I.KUB,
I jBjl Hit) IJKOADW'AY. N. Y.
1 Hl "nOOKKEEPI.NO, telegraphy." shorthand, typewrit
A aBH Xlng;daf and evening, Thompson Ituslness Col
HLsaxa lege, 20 Fourth av. ,'opoostte cooper Union) Five
jIJBU experts. A. W. JIAl)P-ON. A. M.. Frln.
UH llonTWAD An TYI'etYlllTIVU at'IlOOL,
trBH taoo Hrosdnsji, nit Iloor llelosv nitk HI.
aS9 Iav and erenlng seaslons. Thorough training In all
kBBI fcran'cbea. Commercial, Medical. Law, and Reporting.
atatfl Send for circulars and references.
(' V. I.. MA.11.15Y. Principal.
I BH CIIORTHAND. typewriting, bookkoeplng. day and
t aBBl C3 evening. Ilenn Pitman Phonogranhlc School, 124
J yest 33d st. L. ALEXANUER.J'rlnclpal.
STENOORAl'HY and tjiewrltlug; lndlvldualin-
sirtictlon; speed dictation In any system. Ulss
.WW JAMES'S School. 11HU llroadwayj
Y?ffi dTrariiiia Sehool or I'hnnngrnphy, 744 IIwsit.
CM Individual Instruction by an expert. Tuition low.
j H Ian Mcho.la.
H IJFW VflRK )Dar School, 130 Broadway.
I .i. on.inni Kvenlnar Sehool. Cooper Ualon.
99 LAW alHUUL Unlsbt Melbd"or Instruo
H' I tlon. LU n. In two years; LL. )l. In three years.
, fend for catalogue. UEOHOE CHABE. Dean.
mj Bcnoola or Klocutlon nnd Urnm.tlo Arta.
STAGE INSTRUCTION.
Ladles and gantlemen thoroughly and practically
prepared for the proteinic, nal stage by EDWIN OOH
1)0N LAUniKNCE, actor and elocutionist, 100 West
; aadst.
nualrnl.
1 : MAX BENDIHIEIM,
l ii VOCAL I.NSTRUCTION. STI'lllO, BH Fifth ay.
I fl B. .. KIIKKI1KY.
I l Volcaculture. Btudlo. UD East L'lat t Orameroy
II L rark. Voices examined from 1 1-1 and 4.0.
ll ll TITANTKD Willestalillsbeddayorboardlngschool
iff. H ', forlltllo lws (city): partnership or will buy.
ll' Address New York Hoarding Bchool Directory, 2 West
lHl lanclug Acaoeinlcna.
IH MISS McCABE'S
llVBBM Dancing hciimil, il i:ast 17tbst,
1JVH rrtvata and class lessons dully; lieginnera any time.
PlJUPP lehoola or I'bjalcal Culture
IH ''"- V"' SAVAbt lir.VKl.OIMII'.VT l.BTITUTal
DOS) MlfsT OKI II NTIIKKT.
EBJ HF.OPKN'H OU'IOIIKK lhT.
B WHMtAftmiMti.
Hj THE SUN
Bj Harlem Branch
H 119 WEST 125TH STREET
KKV' PJ.OWEH.S and Fancy Kentliers. Experienced fore-
K(BB , '"''' WHI '"i PL-us, to lako entire charge of fao
jBBl uM.T.A,,dr'"' nlth partlculais and reforencos, DO-
nBJB M1-,STU", bux 181 Kun cnicn.
IfVI "VL'KWEAR. Experienced bauds wanted ;nowoTk
nBll 1leiiout. KEVS4I.OUKV()OD,HttUllroadway.
I '.I I ( )8T'11CH COAS Experienced sewers wantedicon'
hBr. J "an; employment; best pav.
'1 -- CIHS, EJ'OTTKR, C.9 Dleecker st.
tlli "VV JJl'TKH-Iarners on artificial flowers. Apply
JtW. I '' .I'CKK.U JOnKl'HY. 716 and 717 Uroadway.
ll ,iiomf,9tir Servants; Wautca.
rM ( 'IIAMIIEUMAIDS, cocks, laundrorsca, waitresses,
,) v. '"'heninalcu, young cooks who wash aud Iron,
ll " ""' N,,tl11 lerniatt maids, French andlieriuan
M oursts, iiutlers, second men. servuul. wanted alonce.
;JBv. , ;r,' blKI.Y'hKinployiiwnt Hureau, rt WVal ittd
jfB jiervanis1 entrance. Saa Bib, av.
n.Clf OOMPLTENT co.k to do tho laundry worki two la
) ra.""lllr 'iul" month) to live In Rye. N. Y.
)'! '"Slice, required.
f IH Mn.UbEiaY, S0eiavM corner m.
y-T. This is the " Gon
Jdola" Chair, made
ljfJtfW along graceful lines.
rtAwVllk ll is a highly polished,
tt(Ul .rrn nwhogany finish, in-iMu-H
W laid Arm Chair, with
virsia m high-grade satin dam
(rs ask upliolstery, assort-
L-' j cd colors, and an all
Lff' over-the-honse Chair,
an ornament and a
comfort in parlor, dining room, or bed
chamber. A year ago a chair similar
to the " Gondola" sold for $24. Our
price now is
,$10.48.
Our prices are lower than those of tbe
New York stores.
XOTK. c;od DHlTtred ftre at any rallroiMl
Italian In .Yew Jcrtej. Xo extra char are tar
parklnc
HAHNE X CO., MK. N. J.
JJomtistic tirvantiJ WnnteiL
ClOMrETF.NT Krencli lady'a maid. tad. for Chicago)
must Ihs thoroughlvcom)ietentand have best refer
ence. Mrs. L, SEKLY, 851! I)th av., corner ii2d at.
CoVlI'ETENT waitress, ISO, to Hve"laDrooklyn)
good referencea required.
ilrs, L. SEELY. 35H Oth av.. comer 22d st.
COMPETENT North German lady's maid, S23, for
Orange. N.J. ;erv best rereren ea required, Mrs.
L. SEEl.V. 3B'J Oth av.. corner '.'ad st.
I-jHTihT-CLAhss waitress, in, for the oily t must have
. best references
airn. L. bEELY. 353 Oth av., comer aid st.
Ir'IltsT-CLASB laundress, $20, for Yoafcerss three In
ramtlv: must be w. U recommended. Mrs. L.
MXI.Y, 302 Oth av.. comer ISlM St.
"VOHTI1 nerman maid and aeamstress for two
is young ladles: wages sJ0t must have best refer
enc. Sirs. L. SEELY. 35a Oth av.. corner g'.'d st.
1 ROTESTANT laundrea for the city; wagea $20;
beat reference required. Mrs. I- SEELY, 352
(1th av., corner 22d st.
HYANTEDhsvedTsli chambermaid anil waitress
t wining to gonue hour from New York; no objec
tions to a new arrival. Mrs L. SEELY'a Employment
llureau.352 Mb av cor. 22d st
VANTED A rirst-riass cook, wno will aaslst with
' the svashlng. Call to-day, from 10 to 12, at 115
Vet nil in t.
" ANTED A girl for general housework In private
house. 54K West 148th St.
ItnutrA axalts JH'rhanics. c.
BOOKBINDERS. Younr man wanted, with aome
knowleilge of cloth casomaltlng. Address C, box
130 bun office.
CARRIAGE TRIMMElCon lobldng'andgood stitch
er; also palmer on carriage parts.
WALKER. 875 7th av,
fiOMl'OSITOlts. VlrM-class tabular hands;nootbars
need apply. BOCeslarst.
AlANTED KlnbTher-and" stamper In bookblnderyt
s mut be a goo.1 workman in both branches; none
but a steady and Industrious man need apply. Ad
dresa, stating wages. UOOKIUNDERS.
110 31111 st.. Rochester. N.Y.
"11 ''ANTED Two first-class Junior- upholstery sales
si men; 20 to 25 yearsof age; good salary; ap
ply Immediately. V. O. box HOI.
"V ANTED Vntchcase engravers. Call between
V V aud 5. JOSEPH FAIIY3 ft CO.. SJlaldtnM.ne.
ANTED r"lrst-elaspalnter7strTper, and nnlsber:
IT best reference. -108 West Sad st.
WT ANTED Stamper for Sheridan steam-power em
11 bosser. C, box 18ti Sun ornce.
TirANTED-Watch case engraven. Apply room 57,
1 1 1 Nassau St.. N. Y.
Wr.VNTED Flrst-ciaas fireman horseshoer. 103
Eat 120th st.
Wi.ntNl ailaUs JHiSctUanrous.
A COMPETENT English second man, B feet 0 Inches
In height; ws:ch $40; must have very best refer
ence. Mrs. L. hEELY, 332 Oth av., corner a?d St.
ENuTjKH butler, age not over 35; must bo a single
man and have Ivest reference.
Mrs. L. SEELY, 352 Oth av comer 22d St.
MAN of good addresa wanted fur work among
buslu-as men. Preference given to one who baa
had some experience as a solicitor. State .aliry.
IlL'SlNKbS. box H2, Philadelphia, Pa.
OFF1CK BOY. living In Harlem with parents,
wanted In a buslueas office: wages $2.50 per week.
C. 1... tox 173. Sun uptown ofllce. 1205 Prnadway.
"t rA JsTED Young urm about 20 years old. Catholic,
f able to correspond In (ierman aud French. Ad
dress O. P.. box 110 Sun office.
YOUNQ German wanted as bartender in the coun
try, Addrens LEW J. liOYER, Ilmiuton, N. J.
JEirist-Ctastf jRflii tmaltiJ.
A LADY would like to find a situation for a very
smart young Swedish girl as kltcncnmald; can
remain In present borne until tho 15th. Apply at 24
Wist tilth st.
YOUNC1 girl as chambermaid and svaltress; city
reference. M.D.,box UH Sun uptown office, 1205
Droadnay.
BRIGHT young ateuograpber. Remington and Smith
Premier, neat appearance, rapid and accurate
typewriter, desires permanent position; begluner;can
furnish tlrst-elaas reference; willing to aaalst la office
work. Address CARROLU box 101 Sunomve
CiHAMHERMAID and seamstrens, by a young woman;
' neat (sser; reference from last place, K. MoC.
lfix mil Sun uptown oflice, 1205 Uroadway.
7lAllHETtMAID aud wiltTeiuir neat and tidy glrli
v.' small family, good references. FI. U.. box 130
Sun uptown office, 12U5 Uroadway.
CIHAMIIERMAID andwaltriss". Young glrli best
' refcrenco from last employer. M. K box 17tf
Bun uptown ofllce, 1205 Uroadway,
CIHAMPERMAID and" waitress; young girl) willing
' and obliging; best of reft rences. M. K., box 110
Sun uptown ofllce, 1205 Broadway.
C" UIAMHEHMAiD and waitress; young glrli will.
'inganl obllgln; references, E. It., box 1S7 Sun
uptown ofllce, 12C5 Uroadway.
CtllAMDERMAID ami seamstress; neat, tidy glrli
good sewer; city reference. A. 8., box 100 Sun
uptown oltlce, 1205 Uroadway,
CIlAMIiKI'.MAI!) Young woman, willing and obllg
J lug; city reference. D. F., box 132 bun uptown
office. 1 20" Uroadway,
CtHAMHERMAID. Young girl, neat and tldyi best
' city ref-rence, D. !., oox 121 Sun uptown office,
1205 Uroadway,
C'HAMllEltMAfD-Tlnit.clasa reference. 11,0., box
12H sun uptown offlco, 1203 Uroadway.
C"o5lPKjENT cook audiaundrcss Tusmsll private
family, city reference. M. K., box 145 Sunup
town ofllce, 1205 llroailway,
OOK and laundress; young woman, willing and
obliging) city refert ncos. N. U., box IBH Sun up
town ofllce, 1205 Uroadway
C1OOK, Youug girl, understands good family cook
' lugs city references. M, 3luO box 107 Sun up
towu ortlo. , 1205 Ilroadwar.
C"t"uOK. Compeient woman aa family cook; good
. baker: reference. A, F box 120 Sun uptown
I oftlce, 1205 Uroadway.
tool; and laundress; young girl, willing and obllg.
j Ing; best references. K. F box 101) Sun uptown
office. 1205 Uroadway.
CIOOK, A reliable woman as first-class cook) city
1 references. M. I... box ion Sun uptown office.
1205 Uroadway.
COOK. Reliable woman as first-class cook) city
reference, W. Y box 105 sun uptown ofllce,
1205 Uroadwsy.
C" lOOK.-Competent woman, good bread maker) city
' reference, il. C, box 121 Sun uptown office,
1265 Uroadway;
C" tOOK. Young woman, good family cook; beat ref
'erciice, K. 1C, box 1U7 Suu uptown orflce, l!t)5
Uroadway.
COOK and laundress, by aynungglrlicltyreference.
K, lcO box 1 10 Hun uptown ofllce, 1205 11' way.
JIRST-CASS laundress, willing to aa.lst with oham
" lu-rwork; good city reference, c. L., box 112 Sun
uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
INRST-CLASS laundress, with first clan clly refer
. ence. 31. L., box 148 Suu uptown ofllce, 1205
Uroadway.
J.NRST.CLAbS Swedish chainberiiiTidTwlTh Food elty
. reference, fc. 1'., box 132 Sun upiownoftlce, 1205
Uroadway,
-sOOD family eookf brat city reference from last
XI employer. N. 1C box 123 bun uptown office,
12851lroailway,
L "aUSDRF.SS. Young woman; flrst-cTaislaundreasj
private family; clt reference, II. N., boa 183 Sun
uptown ofllce, 1265 Uroadway,
AUNDBESS. Competent woman; private family
only; clly references. N, a, box 11)5 Sun uptown
offloa, I0 uroadway,
LAU.NDnnss. Young woman as first-class laun
dress 1 reference. A. M., box 1WS Sun uptown
om.ee. 1S0& jlroadway.
LAUNDRESiT-iTrougyoung worn ant best city refer
ence. 11, N box lliO Sun uptown offloe, 1265
Uroadway.
PARLORMAID and wnllre-s. by aneat and tidy girl)
private ramllyi references. W. C, box 118 Sun
1 uptown office, 1265 llrosdway,
1 1ARI.0II1A1D. Coinpelent young womani elty
l- family; best reference, D. J box 1V4 sun up
town ornce, ISHO Uroadway.
SWEDISH" waitress; nrat-class elty reference. 11. L.
boxMOH Sun uptown ofllce. 1206 nroadway.
VlTAITRESS.-Ynung woTnan, understands saladst
I reference from last place. L, MeD., box 134 Bun
uptown office. 1803 Uroadway.
WAITRESS. Young girl, private farallyi good ref
erences. , JIcO,, box IDS sun uptown office,
1205 Uroadway.
WrAlTRESS Competent girl I good reference. K.
v I... box HID Sun uptown office. 1265 Uroadway.
YOUNG woman as tlrst-class waitress and psrlor
mald) good reference from last employer. M. V
box 18S Suu uptown onice, 1206 Uroadway,
ef ittt-C.aiM Help attntcg.
A COLORED MAN, speaker of several languages,
would change present situation on aocount of long
hours; good city references. Address box ISO Sun
uptown omce, 1205 Uroadway.
SECOND man, honest and roben reference from ast
employer, W. V., box lfll Sun uptown orfloe,
1205 Uroadway.
ituntio.i Wanttrt emnltu.
AS COMPETENT nurse by an experienced glrli can
be well recommended, and Is an excellent seam
stress. Call at I2W West 00th st. McNamata'a bell.
A WOMAN, aa pantry maid In a restaurant, by th
week. ELLEN FGl'.LEY, 46 Rutgers St., city.
.Situationu IVantfrt IttalrjJ.
PRINTERS. Position wanted ns foreman of com
posing room by an all-around printer and expert
enced foreman. I-1UNTKH-, bux 137 Sun office.
rELL.KNOY.N WRITER, formerly managing
editor leading magailne, would devote portion
of time to editing weekly or monthly) terms reasona
ble. COMPETENT, box 177 Sun uptown omco, 1205
Uroadway.
YOUNG HLACKSM1T1I wishes a situation In Job
bing shopi understands pipe bending) will work
reasonable.
E. MEYER. 563 Hudson St., N. Y. city,
Srnrtlun hotels ana 2It.atnurantS.
This list appears Wedneidaya and Saturdays.
Hotel liirorninlion IFrce.
For Booklets of American, European Hotels,
Fall mill Winter ICcsorts,
Also Rates and Information of
APARTHVIEWTS
In Hotels nelow, call or address (send stamp)
Hold TnriH' Blurenu,
( 6.f Fifth Are,, .Vric l'orfc,
-I U0 Urgent .St., London,
24H Jtue tie Itiroli, 1'ilria.
HOTEL POCKET GUIDE
UllATlsj.
(A. P. means American Plan; R. P.. European.)
ALBANY, N. Y Hotel Kenmore, A. I'., $4
BALTIMORE, Md Hotel Rennert, F. P.. $1.60 up
do -The Carrollton. A. P.. $3 up
BOSTON. Mass Hotel Yendome. A. P.. $5
ao. ..uopiey oq.uoiei,i.r.,ei.uuup; a. t'.,ej.ooup
BOURNEMOUTH. Eng.Royal Dath note), A.P., $4 to $5
BROOKLYN. N. Y Mansion House, A. P., $3
do Hotel St, Oeorge, E. P., $1; A. P.. $3
do Plerrepont House. E. P.. $1
do. (So. Oxford st.) The San Carlos. A. P., $2 up
CINCINNATI, O... Grand Hotel, E. P., $1; A. P- $3 up
DENVER. Col... .New St. James Hotel, A. P., $2.50 up
do Windsor Hotel, A. P., $2 to $3.50
OT. BARRISGTON, Mass.. Berkshire Inn. A. P.. $3 up
EANSASCITY.Mo.TheMldland.E.P..$lupsA.P.,$3up
LONDON. Eng Hotel CecU. E. P.. $2 up
do TheLangham Hotel. E. P., $2 up
LONDON. (Westminster). St. Ermln's Hotel, high-class.
Unexcelled for luxury, comfort, cuisine, E. P., $1 up
LONDON. Eng J)e Vere Hotel 1 De Ye re Car-dens.
do. Broadwalk do. Kensington Palace, W,
ao. Prince of Wales do. J Specially recommended
LOUISYILLE.Ky.Galt House, A. P., $3-5; Rooms.! I up
NEW ORLEANB, La., New St.Charlea Hotel, A.P., $ I up
do. Hotel Orunewald. E. P., $1 up
do The Cosmopolitan Hotel. E. P., $1.50 up
NEW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel. A. P.. $5
do. (B'way & 25lhst.)...011iey House, E. P., $2 up
do. 6thav&46thst.TheWtndsor.ap,$4up,e.p.,$1.50up
do The Netherland, E. P., $2; A. P..$5up
do (O. B. Llhbey) Albemarlo Hotel. E. P.. $2
do. ,(N. B. Barry) New St. Cloud Hotel, E. r., $1.B0
do. ..Hotel Westminster, E. P.. $1.30; A. P., $3.50
do. ...(E. 11th st.) Albert-St. Stephens, E. P., $1 up
do. (W.Johnson qulnn)H't'IEmplre,E.P.,$l;A.P..$3
do. (Bthav.and 15thst.)HotelKenslngton.E.P.,$1.60
do. ,..(Wm. Noble) Hotel Orenoble.E. P., $1.50 op
do. Lexox av. 1 13th st.) Balmoral Hotel (suites),
E. P., $1.60 up
do. f .e.oor.Bth av.and 1 5th St., Hotel ITanover, A. P.
do.(Chambers&W.B'way)CosmopolltanU't'l,e.p.,$lup
do THE RUTLAND, 57th st and Broadway
Superior apartmenta $1,200 to $3,500 yearly
PHILADELPHIA, Pa, .New Walton Hotel. E. P., $2 up
do The Aldlne Hotel, A. P., $3.50 up
do. (Tiestaurantatacarte)NewLafayette,E.P.,$l up
do. (Arch and 12th at.) Hotel Hanover, A. P.. $2 up
RICUMOND.Ya.TheJeSerson,E.P..$1.60upA.P.,$6up
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.....TheEdlaon. A. P., $2.B0 up
ST. OEOllOE, STATEN ISL.Tbo Caatleton, A. P., $4 up
ST. LOUIS, Mo.LlndellHotel,R.P$lup; A.P.,$8.50up
BYRACU8E, N. Y.. Yates Hotel, E. P., $1.00) A. P., $4
TROY.N. Y TheTrov House, A. P., $3 up
WASHINGTON, D, O Arlington Hotel, A. P., $5
do Tho Raleigh, E.P., $1.60 up
Hotel Graham,
flOth St. and .Mad I tan At.
Elegant apartmenta, f iirnlihed and unfurnished, by
tbe week, uiontti. or yeari reajionablo trnnat housn
ft re proof and moilerm cuisine and servlae unrlralletlt
entlrelj oevr inanagenient.
CIIA1. A PKAIUO.t.
HOTEL COLUMBIA,
i.aiiuk nm-iim .niiE.v,
1020 W, Boulevard, corner of HOtnst.
Family resort. All accommodations for bicycle
riders and carriages.
Lovely place to spend an afternoon or evening.
PH, DIETRICH. Proprietor,
HOTEL GROSVENOR,
STII AVK. AMI KITH NT.
Beautifully furnished apartments, superior onlslna
and service. Fifth avenue asphalt pavement com
pleted. PAUL IV. OKVia. MBsmier.
gmtumn Qtfioxtti.
MGltHlfsMNGS
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
PERFECT FALL CLIMATE. 2.800 FEET ELEVA
TION. ON CHESAPEAKE AND
OHIO RAILWAY.
THE NEW HOMESTEAD,
a grand modern hotel, completed and opened last
fear; cottages aud casino. Most curative baths known
or rheumatism, gout, uud nervous troubles. Every
bath from flowing springs of natural hot water,
GOLF LINKS AND WELL-KEPT GREEN.
Fins Livery and Magnlllcent Mountain Surroundings.
Pullman Compartment Car New York to Hot
Springs, without change, Tuesday, Tbursdar, and
Saturday Books st Fred Scbofleld's, Metropolitan
building, Madlsou square.
Excursion tickets and Pullman reservations at Ches
apeake and Ohio unices. 118 ! and 1323 Uroadway, and
offices Psnnsylvanla Railroad.
j-'UKD STEltRY, Manager,
Hot bprlngs, IJatli uounty, Va.
2HilI.iuvy ami eUttjSjsmaliittfl.
RESSMAKING.-IIIgb-class worki best of refer
ences. Address or apply
M.JACKSON CARYL. Yonkcrs. N. Y.
ROBES made'to order as beautiful aa any Imported)
ladles' own material taken If desired. Mme.
NOEL, from Felix. Paris, 68 West B5th st.
SEAL GARMENTS. Flue furs made to order; model
Hug old garments a specialty; prices reasonable.
UARKKR'S, 1011 IV.limn st.date of Uuntber, Sth ar.),
"cltrt ggoyrt
Meat Nine.
A HTH ST., 271 WEST.-Front hall room, with board,
xU other rooms) house pleasant and oomrortable)
terms reasonable.
IT fTTH 8T., 118 WEST.-PIeasant, light rooms)
X XsJ superior board) gentleman) private QaU) can)
station eonvtnlont. VOJa.
s
Sttltct aSoanU
West Kina.
120 madIsoh AV.,
20 WEST 32D ST.
First class board 1 very pleasant rooms, single or en
suite also table boardi referencea required, Address
above,
1 Qlll ST.. 1211 WEST. Excellent board! families,
AO gentlemen, willing to pay fair prices) goosl
serslcet references.
nTH ST.. 24 WEST. Single and double rooms
with liberal tablo board) references.
")QD sf.7417 WEST. New EniTand lady has mod
- erste-prlceil roomsilarge and small) bountiful
table; references.
OOli STV3VS0. 38 WEST.-Elsgant suites with prl
0Tatebathl other rooms) table board) referenco.
-urn.ttotdSo0rafi&apartmeat:t0 3tt
IT eat Nine,
I'O LET A furnished room In flat with private hall
use of bath) hot water supply. COMBES, 18D
West lOOthsL ;
QQDST., 14 WEST. Second floor) bath) suites with
HO private bath) single rooms) board optional) ref
erences, OfiTlTsT, 180 WEST. Nicely furnished sunny
oU square room) first-class flat) bath) steam heat.
Uradlry'a bell.
ef urnlslu A ooma Co Set SwoMp.
LIYINOSTON ST.. 65. Brooklyn. Large and small
aunny rooms) well heated; sanitary plumbing)
Ove minutes from bridge and ferry.
eflats anfl Stwartments Bo Set.
TTII AY. IIHIVB. UlirtVUIt 11 ITU NT.
New, large, light, airy rooms) beautiful view of
picturesque Central Park) electric lights, elevator,
and all modern conveniences; rents only from $1,140
lo $1,200; seven aud eight rooms and bath.
PARTTillNT.n'tmTTinproved'.rwHTlng, 364 East
72d st., of tun. three, aud four rooms, all light,
with bath, laundry, hot and cold water, and halls
beatrd; rents, $n.25 to $1.
rOLSOU BROS., 835 Broadway, corner 13th st.
if vto.VTii I'ltKi:.
4Dd St., 270 West, steam-heated Hals ; 7 light rooms 1
equal to a corner) reduced rente) Janitor.
nTll ST., 304 AND 8011, near 2d""nv .Three and
four room apartments to let) rents, $18, $10,
$17 $1H: extra large rooms) only respectablo parties
need apply.
fiOll ST?. 81 iTiEAST. Decorated single flats) seven
U rooms and bath, all liuprovemcnts, $22, $28.
Apply Janitor.
IOKTIl ST., 248KAST!Apartments or three and
J four rooms; all light rooms; cheap rent.
I J.QTH ST.". rlNF-ST. Four "rooms ud bath.
J-t: with heat. In private house with owner.
ef, urnlshffl lats Co ?tt.
F.AT8 AND APARTMENTS, unfurnished, furnished.
In desirable locations: rent $510 t $3.oou.
FOLSOM IIROTHERS, 835 Broadway.
ef utnij.ii t& 3Uouj.(! Co gift (Citi).
QQTHST.. 110 WEST.-F.leganlly furnlihedfnur
0D story, htgh-stoop, browustone; 15 rooms; U
baths: $3,U00.
rT" AND 5,1 Esst 82d st. American basement real
JX dences; two left. J. Bentley Squler, ISOU'way.
ef utnipltrtl lioujstjj Co tt Z. .
A WELL-FURNISHED HOME to rent In East Orange,
a few mlnutca' walk from Urlck Church station;
adulta only liest of reference required. Addresa C
O., 45 Halsted it., Eaat Orange, N. J.
JurfHlnfi 5.ou3fa Co Zft (Cltg.
DESIRABLE HOUSES, furnished and unfurnished,
ludoslrable locations; rent, sl.'.'uu ;,i tn.iiou.
FOLSOM IIROTHERS, H35 Ilrosdwajr.
QQTiTstT 121 WIST. Three-story brownstone
"O dwelling; newlr decorated; open plumbing: reut
$1,200: oiien for Inspection. ARTHUR TAYLOR &
CO., 1773 Uroadway, uear 57th st.
Co Jet for 2?u.s.t.f.$.s urpontjj.
BUILDINGS, stores, lofts, onlcrs, and studios to let
In desirable lucitlou.
I OL--OM IIROTHERS, fi.15 Broadway.
UILDINIs. stores, loftsTanl omceiTto letTaUrge
nunilier. HUI.AND A WHITING, 5 lleckman st.
J7ULTON ST. s fbllES to let rone a corner).
. HULANI) it WHITING, 5 lleckman st.
ileal Crstatr.
THE SUN
Harlem Branch
119 west 125th street
A SANITARY CKRTIFICATI2 is nn
assurance to the intcnilinj; buyer or lessee
that the owner of tbe building possessing
It has done everything that prudence can
suggest, and to those occupying their own
bouses it is nn assurance that their homes
aro safe to live in.
BUILDING AND SANITARY
INSPECTION CO. OF NEW YORK,
5 5 Liberty Street..
TELEriio.r- inu citti.a.idt.
gttal estate .for alc grcoUluu.
Tou "VClll
XjI-vto Longer
and happier In a really satisfactory home. Come
and see the elegant modern brick and atouo houses
near Prospect Park, lu the beautiful 2Uth ward, on
Rutland road, near Flatbush avenue. Tho artlstlo
architecture and charming environment must be
seen to be appreciated. Send fur lllustrati-d circular
with unapproachable prices. HENRY W. SHERK1LL,
Manager estato John Lefferts, 13 WUIoughby st.
CANARSIE TERRACET
Lots r iltiTTD, $3 monthly; $210 up; buy now.
II. P. Cium, ltockawar at. uid C amnio It. H,
croulDR, brnch omc.
tal estate or ,Sare jEonn 3?jjlauaT
$30 PERACRE $30r
On l.oug Islaud. near large, prosperous town on the
the G; est South Ray; land Is hlh and dry; no swamp;
easy terms; $ per month up; our references are un
questionable. Call or write at once to O. I..
BCHWKNCKE LAND ANDINVESTMENTCO., 570-078
Uroadway. New York.
cSeal Cte ,tfor .Safe Coumru.
6ACIira rich und productive soil In our prosperous
Estelle colony In south Jersey ror $100; $5 down,
$1 weekly, no Interist; Immediate po.eulon; deed
free; titlo guaranteed; eaoeilout location for garden
Ing, fruit culture or poultry rllug: write for par
ticulars. RISLEY, 13 Chambers st.
Heal (Sjstate .for jjale JUw $tift)jl
CRANFORD, N. J. Exceptionally fine twelve-room
house: best location; perfect order) large lot)
shade) sale or rent on easy terms.
OWNElt, box 140, New Yorkotty,
geal state .for .Sale aerjseit (City.
WHY PAY RENT WHEN
rot V.ujtt eight-room detached dwelling) cou
Oul cretcd collar; all liuprovemeuts; onon
A plumbing; hardwood; furnuce. Uayvlow,
nenr Jackson av Jersey city. Care
taker 17". Ilayonna trolley. Partlculara
MlltJTtl METROPOLITAN INVESTMENT CO. of
mUltm l,e York, 100 Uroadway.
gteal Cffta'tTaTitefl.
nm uur an or soo feet; or
DULlM1C.HU ioo FOOT UULK1TEAD.
tVlni COXTIIil'OlH lltlli
Either must have 4 to H lota Immediately adjolnlmg
and He between 11th and 1!!5thi.U.
V ItOIITII Oil EAST IIIVRIL
Adslre.a MOHTAU All'IIAl.T CO.,
Care of Room KH, 1BU Uroadway, N. Y, clly,
Heal ffijstateju SViictlou.
JAMES L WELLS, Auctioneer.
BUl'UEMi: COURT SALE, at 111 Uroadway, N. Y.
Real Estate Salesroom, TUESDAY, OCT, 12,
noon,
40 CHOICE LOTS,
desirably situated on and near
JEROME A?, k ffl ST.,
rilllDIIAll IIKK.IIT), .. V. CITV,
All on high ground on west side of Jerome av., and
on Grand and Aiiucduct ara.. I'llntou place, IH 1st,
lhSd.and North streets, lu neighborhood of handsome
residences, adja-onl to N. Y, Unlforslty, liedgwlck
1'ark, and ou hue of new
JEIIOMK AV. TI1ULI.KV U. It.
Hape and full particulars with Henry Smith, ref.
eree, 13V Nassau at, i Adams and Hyde, plaintiff's at
torneys, OU Liberty at.i Charlea btraus. defendants'
attorney, $37 Uroadway, and James L. WslU, auc
tioneer, (9 Liberty St.
jgUal (ggtnte nt Ruction.
ABSOLUTE SALE
BY
WILLIAftl P. RAE C0A1PANY,
Auctioneers,
OF
Valuable and Desirable
Building Lots
In tho City of
New York,
Borough of Brooklyn,
Thursday, October 14, 1897,
At 12 o'clock noon.
In Brooklyn Real Estate Licbangs,
1MI Montague at.,
Aa Follows;
Tiy order of John S. Wllllnmnon and
.John It, Ircluntl, cxccutoi'H of tho will
of WIlllmiiHoti ltiipaljc, decvasud:
in Choice Loin
onniiHlnvlck:tv.,Uoiilcvnrtland Hull nt.
(or Do Sales place), and adjoining tlienew
Eastern Parkway Boulevard.
Ma pn and particular of
THI'MIS WILLIAMSON, ESQ,
Attorney for Kircutorn, V0 Court it.,
or Auctioneers, 1HU ltontaiue at., Brooklyn.
Also,
By order of WALTEH 12. rAnFrrr.-iq..
120 Choice Lots
On IIOWAUI), SAKATOOA and HOP-
K1NHON A VS., HT. M AKICS, 1'IIOS
i'KCT mill IAHK IMjACIS.
Tuce-I.iU Also Adjoin tho New
Km stern Purkway Uoulcvnrd.
Mar4 and tmrtlcularM of
AVultrr II. l'ariltt. Kflq., 20 Court St.,
Or Auctloucera, 18tt MontHgut at., llr.voklyn.
Map8 Of thO : Aro now ready at the onicn
npnnf Ffttnfn ;nln f JEHK. JOHNSON. JR.,
ureal tsioieaaie COt l(ll, unaatav. Now
Jano C. Robert : yoi. ibu MuntuKim at..
: Uruuklyti, or if ItOItKUT
WIHTRMAN, attornrya for lidm. 11.2 Xtmtmn at.,
New York. On-atm Heal Eftato Auction or tbo
tlrcadr; 000 nu potior New York City lot (Borough of
Itrooklyn), nt 1 l M., on iirttnilacM, cornt-r noih at.
and Fort llnmltton av,, Saturday. Oct. 10. Nothlufc
comparahto hanbion ofTored in yeara. Heuuro mapa
and attend salt. bo tx-rcent. on mortftaso at 4lj per
cent. No tuxea thU year, bale absolute.
gjublir ,5ioticc..
(Should be read DAILY br all Interrated, aa chances
may occur at any time).
Korelira tnatlafor tho week cudlng Oot.0. IH07, will
clne (1J10311TLY In all rnaea) at tlm General Post
Ofllce aa lollowa: PAltCKLs POST MAILS close ouo
hour earlier than cloilnj time ihown bulow.
THANSAILANTC MAHi.
WEnNESDAY At 7 A. 31. (supplementary 0 A. 31,)
fur HI) HOPE, prlvati.nlilp M. Paul, via South
amp ton; at U A. 31. (biipplementary 10:90 A.M.)
forEUUOPE. Iritpamhlp(lermanlc.vla(iuerns
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tern mint lw dlnxtetl Mirlltanla'.
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llambun;.
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I nc I Mi. French, and German steamers, and re
malu nn? until within un minutes of the hour
or salting of steamer.
MAILS FOB bOt'TH AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES. &0.
WEDNESDAY At 2:30 A. 31. for PORT AHTONIO,
per steamer from Philadelphia; at l-i M for
GRENADA. TRINIDAD aud lOrtAGO, per steam
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at it P. 31. for JAMAICA, per steanuhlp Ardanrue
(letters for Rillzf, 1'uer.o Corlez and Guatemala
mtif-t be dlrei tod "pr Anlaiirotte"t.
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stfimihlpullwtte, from Unit on.
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for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, and SAVA
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GONAIVES, AUX-CAYES, J-VC31EL and SANTA
MARTHA, per steamship Kltly; at 10:30 A.
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YUCATAN, i-er steamship Seguranca (letters
for other parts of Mrs loo and for Cul a must
,.i dire.1 tea per SeKiirunca")t at 10:30 A.3L for
HAITI. CUMANA ami CARUPANO, per steamship
Prlns F. Hendrlk (letters for other parts of Vene
zuela. Cur.u'aj.TrInldaL Rrltlsh and Dutch Guiana
mur-t 1 dlroetfil per Print F Hendrik "); at
II A 31. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per nteamttlp
Portia; at II A. 31. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES
direct per steamship llellirden: at t P. 31, for
BRAZIL and LA PLATA COUNTRIES, per steam
ship saleruo, via Rio Janeiro (letters for North
lira ill must be directed per Salerno ").
Ualls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and
thenee by steamer. rlote at this oflleo dally at
s:3o p. 31. Mull for Mbiuelon, by rail to Uoston
and thence by steamer, close at tht-t ofllce dally at
H:!l P. 31. -Molls for Cuba clorie at tMsotllco
dally at 7:00 A. 31., for forwarding by steamer
lulling 31oudaya and Thuridas) fioin Port Tam
pa. FI a. Letter malls for Mexico City, overland,
unless specially addressed for despatch by uteam
er, close at this oflleo dsllr at 12:00 M.t paper
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Ualls for China and Japan (specially addressed only),
per steamship Empress of India (from Vancou
ver), do here dallr up to Oct. 14 at 0:30 P. 31.
Malls for China und Japan, per steamship Dorlo
(from San Francisco), close" h re daily up to Oct.
0 at 0:110 p. 31. Malts for Australia (except those
for West Australia), which are forwarded via
Europe, New Zealand, Hawaii. FIJI aud Kamoan
Islands, per steamsdlp Moana (from han Francis
co), clohe ben dally up to Oct. H at ?:30
A. 1I 11 A. 31.. rud fl:30 P. M. (or
on arrival at New York of steamship Cam
pants with Drill, malls for Australl), Malls
for China and Japan, persteamshlpVlctorla(froni
Taroma). close here dally up to Oct. 110 at 0:30
P. M. Mails for Australia (except West Austra
lia), New Zealand, Hawaii, and FIJI Islands, per
eteamshlp Mlowera (from Vancouver), close here
dally afterOct. isand up to Oct. 11 at0:30 p. 31.
Mulls for tho Society Islands, per ship City of
PapeJU (from San Frani-lsco). close here dally up
to Oct. 5at 6:30 P. M. Malls for Hawaii, per
steamship Australia (from s.m Francisco), closa
her- dally up to Oct. 27 at 0:30 P. M.
Transpacific malts aro forwarded to port of Ulnf
dally and the schedule of closing Is nrranued on the
r resumption of their uninterrupted overland transit.
Registered mall closes at 0 P. M. Previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Poet Omce, Mew York, N, Y Oct. V, 18B7.
ffUlicu'ritcrs.
BTcKnNSDERrER. No. D. $J5; No. 7. 00 guaran
teed the Uflt. Call or wrlto for catalogue. 1HH
Uroadway, loom tV
tfAinuouts.
Albany IE verting Line.
Th popular stramcrs ArilHONDACI. ana DSAN
IUCIIMOM) will I'avo old l'l r 41. N. It., foot Canal
St.. at tl I'. M. daily (.suiidarsMicptl), muklmillroct
couucotioiu wlili trains .NiirtU, Kast, anil Wrst
""troy" boats.
Faro to all risurts north and i'u-t luwir than anr
olhi-r routii. I'lTY OK TKOV or KAItATOQA Irafra
foot of West JUtli st. dally nrt-pt Katurdajr, B I'. SI,
Kzprcss trains fur Harutiiia. Lulu IJnrfi Adlrou
daclcs, So. bunds? sti'auiiT touci.rs nt Alhanjr.
sjvrtmii.i.. iiris m ruxNtruiK utiATn
Ifavo i'Wr 4!l, N. It., foot of Chrl'toptiar St., every
week day at 6 I'. M.
iii'iinoViiivi'.ii STK.V-IKH .iianv rnuM.i.
Dally (ciucpt hundayM, leinlna Ue.lirns3is st, Kilo
T. M. (atur.laJS 1:40 I' M.t. W..I l!8il st. !l::m I', st,
tHatunlay. a 1','m.) for ClUShTOS'S. fOllNWAU.
NKWUrflM. .NKW IIAMIIl'Hll. IIIMON, I'OUdll.
KICKI'SIK, ItONUOUT, aud KI.NUbTOX. Last trip
Oct, dtlu
KINGSTON LINE. Wrst loth st. Dallr 4 I'. M.. Sat
urdays at I, Mi'uii.'rllAl.lVINanil!t05tEnfnr
Corn v all, NrwhurK, Ni'W llaiiiuum. Murlkoru, Milton,
l'oushkriiisl". Ilydi' 1'url, r.opuKlu,nton,.'onn.ct
Ing Willi II. & V. il. It. for all pulutsln CatskllU.
iKVllVK.-Kar. ill KXII'HSION, l.r,0,
Fasi sti'ainrrs Irato l'lir '.'&. 1! It .dally Nunday.rx.
ci'ptHl) 3 1". SI. aud 14 inhliilitlit, arrlvluv In tlmn
for trains to SlerlJeu, lUrtrord, bprlDEUrld, and
points Norlli.
TJAMSnELI, MNE. Hteamr rs Irayr t'ler 114, N. Jl..
J. V foul Krankllu st . forCranstun's. West Point. Cold
Bprlng, Corn-all. Vlsbklll I.sndlux, and Nawburs;
Mk days (ezc.pt Saturday) B J', SLj Uaturday 9V. M.
Bldays8,
trnmliontid.
BOSTON AND.NEW ENGLAND,
. MA hUl'Ml I.INE.1,
FA I.I. IJIH.lt I.IXI!. via Newport and Fall Illvpr.
Lrara Plpr IK, N, u , ft f siurMr ,t wtM-lt .lays
and Sundays at nir.O I' St. steamers Prlscllla and
I'urllan. urrhrtni .n i-u.-h,
Pl,.!,,J,,.1?',: s.lK. via 1'rotldfnro. I.enTo l'lar
Oil. N. 11. una hluek slum Canal St. week days
only at Sillli l. SI. Miiiimits l'lrnioiuh and Itho lo
Island. Ori'lirstrai n.arli.
"1,,!!.iT"V,','K ' Stonlnnton. Lrato ll.r
HO, N. It., tin., block nli.ii(.'aiialstwi.ckdorsim y,
. .n.,..1J i?'.. M.atnors Malm ami New ltatnliliv.
"', ".'JV1 " l-IMt. via New London. I.i aw Her 40
(old ii,i, N, it., next DiMhroascs st., week ilnjs
only, at n I', M. steamers City of Lowell and City
of Wori-e.ier.
in'ii itnr.it iiy HAVi.iiiiii.
..I'AI.ACi: IIION IIAV LINE STEASIEItR.
StKW IIIIIH" and AI.IIS.W,"
Finest and raste.t river steamers In theworld.
Dally except Sunday,
Leaves llrooklyn, l'uitnn at. (ly Annex). ...fl A. St,
" Netr Ynrk, lieslirossea hi, I'Iit K40 "
" " West S'M SI. l'ler II
For AI.IUVV, landing at Votikors. We.t Point, New
JitirtJ. Pouuhkeepsle. Kingston Point, Catsklll. and
lluu-on.
Throuith tickets sold and hanum-p. eheeked to desti
nation. Last Trips Dp Oct. 14, down Oct. IB,
l .
(Dttixn Sfxtamtxs.
New Route to the
KLONDIKE.
Columbia Navigation and
Trading Company.
S. S. CITV OK COLUMBIA (1.M00 tons)
will depart from the Old Dominion Lin. plsr, 20
North ltiver, Wednesday, December 1, for
ST. MICHAEL,
connecting with company's rlTer steamers for
DAWSON CITY.
Fare to Dawnon Clly, $100 to 750. according to lo
cation of bt-rth. PimseiiRprs tioslrln to m-rt the ship
at Sau Franc I soo or Seattle will hn provided with
transportation by rati to either point at samn rate.
Tli City if Columbia han been selfotrd and pur
chased from the Old Dominion H. b. Co. by tho Co
lumbia Navigation and Trading Co , dt-t Wall st., on
account of h-r seaworthy qualities aud adaptability
to this service,
For diagram of ship, rates, list of prices of out
fits, paw aire tickets, circulars and further Informa
tion apply to the agents,
UAYMOtO JL. U1IITCU9ID.
Ql bi l-ourteeuth at.. .vr lerU.
AMERICAN LINE.
NEW VuKK-bUt rlIAJII'TON-(Unduu-Parls).
Sailing every Weilmaday at lu A. SI.
ST. PAUL Oct. HIST. PAUL Oct, 27
ST. LOUIS 0.-t. llllST. LOUIS Nov. 3
PAIllS Del iiU PAULS... . Nov. 10
RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP
t-atllnf-eery Wednesday.
Noordland....Oot. 0, nooniKetislUKton..Oct. 20. noon
Frlesland....Oct, 111. noon vt'ehte'nland.o t. .'7, noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14 and IS, North Hlver, onice.fl Bowling. Orean.
CUNA1WLINETOI.IVEI.POOL.VIA QUEF.SSTOWN,
From Pier 40. N. It., foot of Clarkson st.
Etrurla ...Oct. t). g ). Jl.iUlubrla...Oct. UH. i! P. M.
CanitmnlaOct.lU.st'in a M.II.ueanla.Oct B0,-::in A.M.
VEUNON II. IIHOWN CU..Gen.AR'ta.4 llowllnglireen.
HAMBUGAMERiCAN LINE:
TWIN-SCHF.W EXPllESb from New York to Plym
outh (London), Chertioun-, Paris, and namhurs;.
A. Vlctorla...Oct. 7, 7 A. 51JColumlila..Oct. 'JH. 7 A. V.
F.Illimarrk.Oet. 14.10 A.M., F.llHuiarck.Nov.ll.lOA.M
Nonnannlaoct.Iil. IOA.SI.1
IIAMIIURO SF.RVICK. Iiy Twin-Screw Stall R. S.
PalMla . .O.t. U, 4 P. St. I Prussia. ...Oct. Ill, B A. .
First cab., t73up,se'tnd clahs. 40; fcteeraite, $30.
llambiirBT-Aiiierlean l.llle, SY llroadw.y.
MABXIE " KTA2IIH1I1P ""COT
t'HEAl Kl'IIt.1ll.
9Q.OO to Portland, Sle,, nnd Iletnrn.
Steamship. John Englls and Stanliattan leave Pier
AH, Eaat Hlver, foot of Slarket street, Tuesdsys.
Thursdays, and Saturdays at 5 P. SI. Steamer, fitted
with eery modern lniprvemen- for comfort and
convenience nt tourlts
Offices, VT3 Broadway and '-"J J South st.
II. IIALL. General Agent.
TVfonfTT OKKMAX LLOYD STEASISIIIP CO.
1 SHOUT KOl'TE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT.
FA!T KXPIllS STEAMEIIS.
Trave, Tu. Oct. 118. 1IA St. I Kaiser. Tu.. Oct. 28, 9 A.M.
Lahn. TU., Oct. 111.10 A. 51. I haale, Tu., Nov. 2, 9 A. St.
OELItlCHS ft CO.. V Bowling Oreen.
oi.ii iiovrr-ii(i""i,iM.
Dtll.V TO MlltFOI.lt.
abort.. t e Trip. Out or .pw YorU.
DeliKhtful tours to Old Point Comfort. Norfolk.
Newport News. Petershurj. 1'crti-mouth, Pinner's
Point, Klcliioond. Virginia lieaeh, Va., and Wssnine
ton, I). C. Freight and Paj.enger steamers sail from
IMer -0, North Hlver. erery wiek flay, except Satur
day, at 3 P. M., and Saturday at 4 P. M.
W.I.. OUILLAUDEr. Vlce.Prea't aud Trafflo SIgr.
The new Twln-Serew Pa5Menper steamship
ROTTERDAM,
of the IIOI.I.'l.lVKIllt A LIVF.
will sail direct for Rotterdam, Holland,
Ol lOKP.rt OTII. AT lO A. .11.
Superior aecomtnodatlons. Low rates.
For Information, rates. c. apply to HOLLAND
ASIEHICA LINK, 3B Broadway, New York city;
TO KLOftSBBKE.
VIA
Boston and Alaska Trans. Co.'s
"S. S. BRIXHAM."
LEAVES NEW YUP.K FOH ALL ISIPOHTANT POINTS
IN ALASKA. WITH CAKOO, ON OR ABOUT NOV. SO.
PASSENGERS JOIN AT SEATTLE.
LIMITED SPACK.
LOWEST ltATKS.
BEST SERVICE.
Call or write for particulars.
CIIA8. KENNEDY, Gen. E. Pass Agt. C, R. I. P. R'y,
0S UROADWAY, N. Y
or A. E. JOITNSON i CO.. 27 Il'way, N. Y. Gen'l Airta.
Freight arranced ! II. A. KESSM.. as South st.. N. Y.
WHITE STAR LINET"
Oermaulc... Oct. d. noon I Britannic. ..Oct. 20. noon
Teutoulc Oct. 13. noon I Jlaje-tlc . Oi-t. 27. noon
NO COTTON CARRIED BY PASSENGER STEAMERS.
Pier 46, North River. Office ll Broadwuy. New York,
II. SIAITLAND KERSEY. Aseut.
Lehigh Valley System.
Stations foot of West 23d St. (Penn. 11. It.), Cortlandt
or DesbnH-.es St.
Indicates time iroin West 2.ld St, Other figures
ahow time from Cortlandt or Desbrosses St.
tlll.-V. I1KOA.3I. dally (Sllndav n.. 7A.lt)
for SIAUC1I CHUNK aud Intermediate stations.
Tl.ia, Hi 1 5 A. SI, dailv for WII.KESIIARRE,
HCHANTON (week days). EL511RA (week dars),
ITHACA. GENbVA, ROCllESTKB. BUFFALO. NIAG
ARA FALLS, aud the West and principal local polntsi
dining car and ehalr car to Buffalo.
.MH'JA, initio A. St., Sundays only, ror BOUND
BROOK and Intermediate stations.
IOi-ia. iiiiso A. SI. d.lly, ejeert Sunday, for
MAUCH CHUNK and Intermediate points.
vili.tn. IUiims noon dally, ezeept Sunday,
niiAL'K DIAMOND EXIMIHSS."
Arrives Buffalo ti:f3 p. St. Pullman Vestibule Day
Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service. Steal.
la carte. Connects at Buffalo with through sleopers
to Detroit snd Cldcaao.
I3iU3. lUilo P. 31. dally, except Sunday, for
MAUCI1 CHUNK and Intermediate, points.
'Jinn, liin P. St.. Sundays only, for EASTON,
UAUCI1 CHUNK, and tbe coal branches.
USA, It Ml P. M. dally, except Sunday, for
WILKEhnAKRi:. PITTSTON, SCRANTON, and prin
cipal Iniei mediate stations, Connects for all points
In coal region! cbalr or for Wllkesbarre.
Hi.15. Iilii P. It, dally, except Sunday, for
WlLKESIUIllti:. PinsTONvSCHANTON. and prin
cipal Intermediate stations, connects for all potnta
In coal regions; Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for W likes
barre. ItSA, Oilll P. SI. daf) for EASTON and inter
mediate stations.
AiK.1, Ui III P. St. dally, except Sunday. Express
for 8LATINGIOK and prlndpal Intermediate na
tion. Connects for Reading aud llarii.burg. Chair
cartoSiatlngton.
MliSA. 7 Kill P. SI. dally for BUFFAI, NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points W.st, Pulliuau steelier vcsll.
hule train N. Y, to Chicago, bleepera to Buflalo and
Toronto,
USA, Nino p. SI. dally, except Sunday, stopping
onlv at SOUTH PLAINIIELD. EASION, IIETlII.I.
IlKSI. SIAU1 II CHUNK, L. t II. JUNCTION. SAYltK,
OE.NEVA. ROUIIKSTER. BATAVIA, aud BUFFALO.
Pullman sleeper for Buffalo, None but sleeping car
passetiKera carried. No baigasa carrli d,
HlAB. OitIO P. 31 ilallv. for ITHACA. GENEVA.
ROCIH.STKR, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, aud all
Jioluts West. Pullman aleepers to Wllkesbarre aud
lhaca.
Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for
BOUND II HOOK and lutermedlate points, letre as
follows! H:."l.'i, 0:UII A. SI., 1:S5, 2:30, 3;&!l, 4:20,
and '3:5. nilin P. SI,
Tickets aud Pullman accouimodatlous at 113, SHI,
273. BSD, 014, aud 1323 Broadway, 31 K. 1 It U St.. lod
K. 12.1th at.. 127 Bowery. N V i h0 Fulton St., 4
Court St.. UH Il'way, and Brooklyn Annex, llrooklyn.
N, Y, Transfer Co. will call for and check baggago
from hotel or residence through lo destination
New Yorklnd BosloTJurSaf
N, Y.. N. II. & II. U. it and connections.
From Ursii'l Central station.
I-ava By way of Pub
9:04 A, SI., SprlnRlleld and Worcester, 8:30 p. .M,
10:110 A. il., H.N'ewLoudnu an I Providence, S:tin p. 31.
10:03 A, SI. .New London and Providence, 4. MP. SI,
12:110 M.. Sprlnlli Id and Worcester, 6:10 P. 31,
:i:00 P. ll., Air Lino and N V. It. It.. 11:00 P. 31.
1:02 P. II New London aud Providence, 7 00 P. M.
lion P. St., 'New Loudon and Providence. H:00 p. SI.
4:00 P. M., snrln.-neld aud Worcester, 111 nil l, M.
11:00 P. 31., vNewLundou and l'roideuce,l I :oo P. 31.
11:001', SI., vsprluglleld and IVorcrsier. H.IA A. 31.
12:00 P. I ..New lmdiui and Providence, 0:23 A. SI.
. Runs dally, including Sunday.
fr Bay State Llmlteil) all parlor cars; fare 17. In
c4udlng parlor car seat,
1 Air Line Limited) arrives at and departs from
Park Square Htatluu. Boston. Return aervlce same
hour and by ssme route.
Through parlor and sleeping cars by each train.
0. T, llEUi-STEAD. Oca. Pais. Agent.
SnUroitfia. H
"AMERICA'S OriCATBOT RAILnOAlV- H
NEWYORK
(EfTRAL
S &. HUDSON RIVER R. R. jH
THE FOUR-TR AGKTRUNK LINE, H
llllll-.tT l.tK TO .M.Kl.tltA KAI.1,-1. JM
AllthroUBb trains Hon at Albany, Utlca, byraenst, tHU
lUti'hrster. Hint llurful; iH
Trains leave Grund Central station, 42d Stroct ansl' I'SHl
Foilr:. aenue, as fidluws: HHI
Q, on A. 31 Ually, exeeid Sunday. Tho famous IBHI
O.OU IIIP1RK STATE EXPHEss, LIMITED. Faf H
em tialn In the world. Hue Buffalo at 4:l 1. SL..
Niagara F.il a AsAiV l, t , Tnroutn s'JS p. 3t, Tils' '-HHH
train is limited to Its senium catia-illy. Cannwu 1'HHH
il Plica ror Adirondack .Mountains and MontreSwU ISHHH
9 .On A. l.-FAST3IAII.,IMIIy-ForI'oiiKlikeepsl. !HHH
OU Albany. Utlca, Syracuse, Rochester, Buftalo, HHi
Ninitiira I alls and Cleveland. .!HH
Ifl.nf. A 31. -NORTH SIIOHF. I.lSltTED, Dally
1U.UU 24hour train to Chicago via SllchlRanCen IHHi
tr.il rout.'. Due IlulTnloS:40 P. St., Niagara FalU flHI
U:30 P. SL. Chicago U:on A. SL Carries sleeping SM
and drawitiK'Tonin cars only. '1
1 C.'W ' M.-DAY EXPRESS, except Sunday 'H
J.U.OU For 311111 rook, Catsklll Mountains, and all SH
nurtatit New York st to points. , H
1,nn '' U. SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED, Dally H
UU For Columbus, Cluclnnatl. ludlannpolla, ansl I 'H
l t.nuls. Stotm at PotiEthk.epslo. I M
1.11(1 '' M. ClilC.VUO SPECIAL. Dally-For Da- f H
UU troll, Cleveland. Toledo, and Chicago. Stop H
PouiJikerpsle and fich"nectady. I HLv
3. On P SI. TROY AND ALBANY SPECIAL, ex. H
OW cept bundav-For Garrison' (West Point), M
V oglikeep.le, Albany, aud Troy. '-Hl
K.(r ' M. 1-AKE SHORE I.ISHTED, Dally-2t- )H
0.JJ hour train to Chicago, via Lake bhore route. iflH
liuo Clet eland 7ilA.Tolelo 1(1:05 A. SL. Chicago 'BHil
4:oo P, SI. This train connects at Cleveland ror ' H
CtnelnuatL due 4:53 P. SI., and at Toledo for St. H
Louis, due 10:13 P. SL, duu Kansas City next H
inuiutn. Carrie sleeping and drawing-room ' H
i H
C'.nfl P. JL WESTERN EXPRESt, Dally-For Ml M
l.yjyj agnra Falls. CIeeland, Toledo, Detroit, CM- HH
Ceo, Cincinnati, and St. Louis. VH
Ct.l),- P, M. ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS AND B
).-) MONritE.U. KPRLSS. Dally-For Adlron- ' H
il-i"k3Iountaln. and Stontrenl. i H
7,nn P. SI. NOHTIIER.N EXPRESS. Dally For M
UU Troy, l'lattsburg. BurllnKtun, Slontreal. and, : H
. -cut Suturday nights. Ottutvn. . H
7,jn P. SI -BUFFALO SPECIAL, Dally For ' BHI
OKJ Ro'hester, Buffalo, N agara Falls, lorouto, 1
I reland, Indtannpidts, St. Louis, aud Chicago. ' M
9,i( P SI.SPECIAL LIMITED MAIL. Dally M
tJ (sleepinccarpascngeraonly) Forpolntson ' H
Fall Brook Itsllw i, vlal.sons, and for Rochester, ..H
Buffalo, Clexeland, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. SHI
9.-1 r P. St. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Dally-For Hyra- flH
. L-Jciiii, Osweeo, Waterlown. Ogdensburf, f BHI
Buffalo, NlagarA Falls. cleoland, Toledo. Cm- i HH
eago, and. except Saturdays, for Cape Vincent '
arid tho Auburn mad. ' ; M
1 9.1 ( NIGIIT-MIDNIOIIT EXPRESS. Theatrs) ,' H
JLM.U train for Chicago and principal polnta on j M
the New York Central evi ry nUht except Sunday x 1
nlghta. buudayulKhu, Chicago sleepers leave on , SH
VMS train. '.' flH
OtOtiA. 31. and niSAP, SI. Dallv. except Sunday, , Hl
to PittKlleld, via Harlem Division. H
Oils A. SI. sundaysonly to Plttsllcld and the Bark H
ahlru Hills, via the Harlem Division. H
"ALL NIGHT" TRAINS TO YONKERS. M
"AH night' trains run between 1 55th st. and polnta H
on the Putnam Division as far as Ynnkera, In conneo H
tlon with the elevated road. The only line running Ml
-allnleht" tnlnsout of New York, H
Warner Palaco Cars on nil through trains. H
Trains Illuminated with Plutech light. H
Ticket, and Wagner offices at Grand Central Stae Sl
tlon. 113. 2rtl, 413 Broadway, .11 East llth St., tH2 H
Broadway, 23.1 Columhus sv HI West 12,1th st and H
13Mh st. station, New York: 33H and 720 Fulton St.
anil Hid llr alway. E. D.. Brooklyn. B
Bagae ctieckeil from hotel or residence by tho H
W,.-,teott Express Company. H
JOHN Jl. TriUCEY. GEORGF. IL DANIELS. H
General JIanager. General Passenger Agent. jH
Pennsylvania I
STATIONS loot uf Wes. Twiuty-tli.id otreet and Des- M
brosses aud Cortlandt streets. H
tVThe leaving time from Desbross e and Cortlsndl H
streets Is fl'e minutes later than that gheu below for H
Tu eutv. third btnc- Station. SH
TiAS A. VI. FAST MAIU-Pullman Buffet Parlor H
Car New York to Pittsburg. sUeplngCarPlttsburf j H
to Chicago, No cuaches to Pltt'burg. H
Bias .. M. FAST LINE. l'lttsburt and Clereland.
UlAS A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pull- H
man Compartment sle.-pinc. Dining, Mtioking, and H
Obeervatlou Cars. For Chicago, i lerelaud, Toledo, M
Cluclnnatl. IndLinapolIs. Iulvllle. St. Louis. M
llSS I'. SI. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. H
For Nashville (via Clnrlnnaili. rhlcao, St. Louis. 1
OI.13 i: SI. WESTERN EXPHESh.-For Clevelaa.
Chlcaco. For Toledo, except Saturday. M
Ti-SO I'. Jl. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS. For j H
l'lttsburp. Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis. ; H
113.-. I'. SI. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For l'lttlburg '' M
and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland and Toledo n jH
except Saturdav. 1 M
vA-illl;TO AMI Tilt: aouTII. J jH
7:55.8:25,11:25, tf:33 (DiulugCar). 10:33 A.5L, 12:85. d XM
1:53 (3-15 "Coogrolunal Ltm.," all Parlor ana K H
Dlnlnir Cars). 4:25 ddnlnfr Car. 4:35 (Dining Car), H H
S:55 P. 31.. 12:10 night. Sao 3bj, b:25. 11:23, 10:55 "' HI
A 3!. (3:15 "ConBres-lonal Llm.," all Parlor and f M
Dining Cars). 4:23 iVInlng Car), 4:35 (Dining Car), , JM
S:35 1'. 3I 12:10 night. ft H
SOUTHERN HAILWAY. Express, 4 :2B P.M.. 12:10 .o H
night dally. (U M
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.-Express. 0:23 A. 31. and II M
h:55P. SI. dally. 'I M
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. 4:55 P. SL : i B
dally. .' 1
FOR OLD POINT COSIFORT and NORFOLK.-7:3t A ' M
JI weeg days aud 7:55 P. 31. dally. Ii H
ATLANTIC CITY. 12:33 P. 31. week dayi. I . B
CAPE 31 AY 12:56 P. Jl. weekdays. j' B
Loup Branch, Asbury Park llnterlaken Sunday.) I i Hj
Ot-eau Gnve, and Point 1'loa.taut (from WestTwen 1 H
tythlrd Street Station), :M. 11:33 A. 31.. 3:13, j
4:55. 11:25 P. SI. Sundays. '.1-25 A. 31. 4:33 P.M. ! 1
(from lel roiuiaand Cortlandt streets), 0:10 A. St., j
12:10. 3:10, 5:10, 11:30 P. SI. Suudsys, U:45 A. SL, L B
5:15 P. M. ',
FOIl Pllll.tllKI I'lllA. I V B
6:13.7:23.7:55, S:25, S:3.'i. U:2r. i:35 Penna. Llm- jr B
Ited), 11:33 (Bluing Carl, 10:55. 1 1:55 A. JL. 12:53, j1; Bl
1:55. 2:35, 3:35, 4:25, 4:25 (l)lnlng Car), 4:35 (Din ll B
Ing Carl. 5:55 (Dining Can. 7:40. 7:35. s:55 P. 31.. i Bl
12:10 night. Sundays. 0:13, 7 55, s 23. S:55. 0:25, '
11:55 (Limited), U:55, 10:55 A. 31., 1 :55 illdng Car), .
11:35, 4:23 (DlnlUR Car). 4-55 l)lulug Carl, 5:55
(Dining Car). 7.10. 7:55, S:55 P. 31., 12:10 night. Bl
Ticket unices No.. 1(11. IU4. 1 1 "It, 1323. 1 1 1. ami 2(11 M
Ilroalway: 1 Asior House: West Twenty, third street B
Stitlou. and etatlonsfo.it of Desbronies and Cort i Bl
landt Streets; 4 Court street, hlio Fulton Street, Ort I, M
llrn-.du ay. aud I rookHn Annex Station, Bn-oklyni j M
Station, Jersey cny. The New York Transfer Com j 1
pauy will call t i ind check bakva;e frum hoteul M
aud reel lerices II.. x.gh todestlnallon. M
J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. It. WOOD.
General JIanager. General Pass'r Agent. H
DIII.AU AIIB, LtlKAWASvA M WIMTEItM
tnllona In SVoit lorh, rout or nari'Isir sin4 J H
Ctir(.tpher St.. M
VEtriiiL'i.K tiisi. rri.i.vitv ddffet i
(Alt'.. im.t-cii i.n.nr. 1
Direct route toN('ir. llloomtlelit, .Monlclalr, thn i H
Oranges, Summit. Bernnnli. tile, tiaiklug Rldve. JIad H
lson, Morrhdowu, I'shhuIc, Paierson. Bttonton. Dover. ' S
btanliope. Newton, llrdd's Luki". Lake Hopntcong, '
llaeketistonn, s-hotley's Jlounla n, Wasblugtou.
Phllllp-iliurg, E islon, W.iterGap, strouilsburL', Pocono
Mountain, scranton. Pltleloti, Wllkcsbirre. Nantl
coke, Danville. Northitmberlau I, JloiitroMe, lllngham
ton, oxford, Norwich, WaterWIle, Utlca, Itunneld
SprllKot, Cortland, Syracuse, Ow ego. Ithaca, Owego,
Liiulia. Coruliu, lUth, pat)-,, tile. Buffalo, and all
pfluts Wesf, Northwest, aud southMct.
Hillll A, si, Blngbumtou .Mall. Stops at principal i
.tiitlont.
llliOtl . SI, (Cafe carl Burfalo, Sersnton, Blng j
hsiutrm. Owego, Itlinca Elmlra. Syracuse, and Os
wego Express, Piilliuuu buffet parlor cars. Con-
netting at Buffalo nith trains fur Chicago and ",
1 ulnl. West. , j
lino P, si. scranton, lUngliamton, and KlmlraEx- j
prese Pullman burfct parlor cars (
illir. si, scranton, Wilkr-birre, and Plymouth
Express. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
Till" I". SI (HiII.ve Chicago M.tlbule Limited Ex
press for Scranion, lilugliauuon. Flmlra, Burfalo.
l'ullman bunct sleeping ar New York lo Chicago. ;
Plains car nest of BuHalo.
Hum I', st, . D.illy Hunalo Express. Pullmam ,
sleepers for b raulou, lllughamtou, Mmlra, Bath,
Jit Morrl.. aud BulTnlo, nrrl lug Buffalo t A, 31.
Oihii I', Si, rl'ully I'uiTalo, si-ranton. Bingham
ton. Owego, lihaca, F.liulra. Syracuse, Utlca, and
oswigo Lxprcs. PullKian buffet slf.cj.ers.
Tickets aud Pullman accommodations at Henry
Garc S Sons' Ltd., 113 llroadnav. 141'ark place, and I
420 Hroadnav and 012 liroadwuj. Tickets at Ferry i
station 11 1 till av., cor 12th t.i 111 West 121th St.,
233 Columbus av New York, 33s and 723 Fulton St. '
and luri Broadway, Brooklyn. Time tables giving
full Informational nil stutlnus. '
Wietcott's Express Company will call for ami check k
baggage from hotel i.r rc.ldeuco to dc.tluatlon. ; Jt
ERIE RAILROAD'. j
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chambers i
st . as followH, aud Ute minutes earlier from West I
V3d t
ri CC . SI. Vestibule Express dally for Bingham '
J.I.IU ton. Waverl, Eliuira, Huffalo. Bradford, ar-
rlv i.ilirnluntUll P. 31. Parlor cur lo Buffalo. J
2 fin P. SI, Vestibule I.lmllid.-Fnsl mall dally. 1
lU Solid Iralli for Chlcugu, lat'liaulr.uiUiLak., ')
arr.ua Cleland ut 710 A. JI.. Chicago 5 P. II. ,.
sleepers lu Chicago, Cleveland, and Cincinnati. Din ;
lngr. ''
T.'Jl I M, II iffalo and Cle eland Vestibule Ex
I.OU pre., dally, urrlvia at lluffuio 7:05 A. 31,
Braifonf ; 17 A. 31., Jamrsiown 7:00 A. 31., Cleve '
laud 12:30 P 31, iMccper. to Bultalo and Cleveland). j
making direct conuecilon for Detroit, Chicago, and ,1
the We.t. Cafe Library Cer. '!
8 1 ,er I1. SI. -n Ml. V -VI. i Chsutampia Lake and .
tt si Niagara I all- Solid train to Chicago, Sleep jS
cr. to lloruellsville, Chicago, and Cluclnnatl, DlutuK
car 'I
ri'lCKl.TS, LOCAL TIME CARDS. AND PUI.L3IAK A
1 At'l'tiMalollAlIONs at III, 11,1, 2111, 401, and ,'l
H37 Broadway. 1 27 Bowery, 1 3d East I23tll St., and ij
111 West lil.Mli SI.. (hainhirxniid West 23d t. ferries, 1
New York; ll'U and 72(1 1'ull.in st , lot! Broadway, '
Brook),!!! 2uii llnd on st.. Hid.oken, and Jer.ey City j
.latum. We.tcott's Express call, for and chicks bag ,
Ifage from bottls and re.lileiices lo destination,
BALTIMORE &OHia
l..-e New li or-., '..huehall Terminal, dally.
CUB AGO. I ."! P. 31. and 12:1(1 night.
I'll rslill'.',..! t irt siiuiUt . i 53 sun 1 12:10 night.
CISVIVN.UI. ST I.ori-,,11 .,5 A SI, 4 33P.M. "
.bIM, .iN, JUI.IIM'dtl.. 7 35, U.55 (Iduln,
Can. II 25 A.M. .Inning Ca. , 1 .'.3, 3 25 (Dining
far, 4 '.. li utn,-i nr. .. ..' I' 31 . I'.' Id night, bun
lb . v ,i5 il'InliiK ar , 1 1 i-j K 31 Mining Car), 1 '5
ll liilug Car.., 4.55 (lllulug Cirj 5.53 P.M., 12U
til.'bl
M.IH'ol.I, 11 25 A. 31 dally
Ni.1V iiRLEANS.tlitoUkli.iieperi, 4-35P. JI dally.
'1 rams 1 -at e foot l.lherti st 5 minutes later.
All tralus are Humiliated with plui.ch tight
(ini.es: 11J, 172, 2l. 431, 1I4U Broadway, 31 East
l.tll st 127 Bowery. New York-330,314 Fill toast.,
Brooklyn! Whitehall Terminal. Baggaga chsaltil
from bot.l or rcsld.no. to dsstuutlssu
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