I' THK SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER T3. 18ftS. t
ORIENTAL CLUB'S OUTING.
wKJ tw lAMvnin.s nm.awr.n rjc.;.
L BliATK TIIK HF.TURX OF PKACF.
Wfr rnllltral lloo.iK I.nunrhe.l .Tnhn I. Crlm-
f mln. Nnmrd for Uorernor Tim, Who
I r lends I'uli HI. tiinirni llnoni Cnndl
rlntea for Mnjnr of Pots' i-ty Hollow on Dcrk
Tin- Oriental ClOb, nl which tho Hon. Tim
f.mplirll l Prosldsnt, vrfnt Tn.tinlny on Its)
twenty-eighth nnnunl outing, and. like the pre
vious oiltlof. n ilowrllied by the stnndanl
DMTOr lilnmelf, the "xeuralon wn n " grand.
floriiiiis, magnificent outpouring, amlled upon
by tli gods of nnt in n and the princes, or SO
Tim llpl nd iloffinnl politic never dim the
IttStnol tho yearly gathering of the Oriental
Club'i members. Notwithstanding that then,
was a counter attraction In the outing of the
Timothy D. Hulliviui Association, shortly before
11 o'eloek yesterday morning the steamer
A Oenernl Rlocum with 70U Campbolls. as the
I isrtli'lpants in the annual excursion are
termed, started for Itoton roint.Conu.
fO There wasan Incident at the gangplank he-
jP foretlio stenmer started that delayed its de
parture for a while. As Pat Connolly, the ex
Mavor of Toverty Hollow, who Is a eandidnte
for re-election, was standing on the pier talk
ing to August J. Oloisteln. tho President of the
Ololstcln Klshing Club, a short, stout, thick-set
man. dressed in dark clothes and carrying a
bliick hag. came along.
" Mclti Oct, dore Is dot Korpstoln, the under
taker." shouted (ilolHtein, as he pointed to tho
i newcomer. " Ho ill not go aboard! If helb it I
can. He vill hoodoo der oxcurshlon, and dcr
Vlll im agcldents."
tllolsteln li:nl an especial grievance against
Korpttein In addition to tho grudge between
Mm them, w'licb dntei from Inst Wednesday. On
thnt day, iigiiinst Oloistein'n protects, Korp-
atein accompanied the tilohtflin Fishing Club
roii its annual cruise. When tho steamercon
ypylng Hie party left the llnttery two well
dressed gentlemen produced a wheel which
revolved around, while a little marble revolved
in-lilo of it in thu opisialte ilirectiou. The llsli
ernten were asked to make bets on numtered
apertures into which the marble dropped
when the wheel xtopiieil. They were shy of
the gnine at llrst. Then Kortwteln placed some
money on the mttrhlos nnd won. This was
enough lor the others, who scrambled for a
ebaiice to place their money. When the excur
sion returned tlmt night (tloisteiu borrowed
$fi from the Cdptnlii ot tho steamer to pay the
car fares ot.the members. Knrpsieln and the
1 owners 01 the wheel let: the bout together.
" Ho vt II not go nhonrdt." "honied tlloisteln
yesterday, as Korpstcln Mfnrtoililown the gang
plank. "JJy St Patrick, he will!" shouted Connolly,
tllolstoln grnbbed lvorpstein by the coat col
lar nod ( onnoilv pulled them apart. Korpstcln
?ot aboard with Connolly's assistance and
liolsteln declined to join the excursion. The
party reached Itoton Point shortly before 4
o'eloek. and then it was announced that several
imll!i-rd booms had been launched on the trip.
Alitor Mitchell ot the Katl Nftl JTMfi indus
triously elrcuhited his boom lor Mayor of Pov-
Verty Hollow. Rx-Mayor Connolly was not back
wmt In soliciting support for his boom for the
The Hon Tim btarted a boom for John I).
Criiiitnius lor the Democratic nomination for
(1 iVemor, while bis own boom to succeed Con
gressman Ilrndley was taken care of by his
; I friends,
When all the women and children had been
escorted to scats in the large -lining room in
the grove al Itoton Point by a committee headed
by Mr. Camphelll, the standard bearer and his
friends :nar. hod to the head of the table. They
Were greeted with loud uppluuso.
y I Among the guests were John D. Crimmins.
David 7 1 add. John Stelliling. and tho Tim
Campbell Club of Washington, headed by Nick
Bryant. After the edibles had been disposed
of the standard bearer called the assemblage
"(Icntlemon," ho said, "when our glorious
- soldiers went to the front to Unlit the Spaniards
wo determined to bow our heads in retirement
nnd postpone all jubilations. Thorefore. wo
announced that there would be no outing this
year. Hut our troops won a glorious victory, so
we determined to come here and have this
glorious jubilee In honor of our achievements
and the declaration of peace. My old friend
John H. Crlniiuins is with us. and I now an
nounce that I hope that he will tie our next
candidate for Oovernor of this State on the
F Mr. Crimmins made a brief speech In re-
spouse, in which he eulogized Campbell and
announced that he was a candidate for no
r Then little Marguerlta Campbell, the 5-year-
m old daughter of the former Congressman, was
mounted on a chair, and. waving an American
flag, she sang the first verso of the " Star-
Bpangled Ilanner." John D. Crimmins arose
( from Ills seat and led the chorus.
The trip hack to New York was spent In
dancing and Hinging. On the upper deck a
bagpiper blew accompaniment to the jig and
reel dancing, and downstairs a brass band
played for the other dancers.
Ex-Mayor Connolly took occasion to make a
speech, in which he said:
" My friends, while I suhserlbe to all that my
friend Tim says about the glorious victory. I'll
ose me head before I will stand for any alliance
with England. Editor Mitchell Is here, and he
can put that in his pipe and smoke it."
Editor Mitchell made no reply.
The returning excursionists were greeted on
the dock where the boat tie I up, at tho foot
or Orand street and East River, ny a display of
F fireworks The standard bearer shook hands
with all the Campbells, big nud little, as they
left, the boat, and the crowd cheered. " Hurrah
for Tim Campbell, our next Congressman!"
, Be bowed his acknowledgments until the last
Campbell had disappeared in the distance.
The Tim sulllvnltea Have a Picnic.
The Timothy D. Bulllvan Association and Its
friends. 3.000 strong, went on its annual ex
cursion yesterday to Donnelly's Grove. College
Point. They wero conveyed on the steamer
Hirius from the dock at Clinton street and East
River. Politicians and officials from all over
the city wore present, and the function was the
greatest success in the history of the organisa
tion. On their return last night the excursion
ists marched around the east side ami were
greeted with displays of fireworks.
SO FIGHT AT BUFFALO.
The Police Stop the Preliminary Bout Erne
v and l.a.lgne lild Not Begin Their On.
Buffalo, Sept. 12 -In tho fnen of Sheriff
Kilgallon's avowed determination to prevent
the fight botween Kid Lavigno and Frank Erne
for the lightweight championship .'1,000
sportsmen journeyed to-night to Forks
Station. Ave miles from here, in the
hope of seeing a great contest. The
Sheriff was there before them with 85 depu
ties. ,'15 of whom were recruited from the
Buffalo department. They stood at the en
trance to tho great nrena of the Hawthorne
I Athletic Club, built at ati expense of $5,000.
whero tho Corbett-McCov match is scheduled
to tako place on Oct. 15. The gate
Rl. keepers refused admittance to tho Sheriff's
men on tho ground thnt they did not hold club
members' tickets. Tho deputies calmly lifted
the big sliding door from Itstrolleysand walkod
In. The Hawthorne flub officials declared
H that they would sue tho Sheriff for $100,000
for destruction of property,
In the ring were HheriiT Kilgaflon nnd his
aids. President I). .1. Nugent and Attorney
Fisher of the club. Erne's backer. Kiel McCoy,
who was much interested In the Sheriff' tac
tics, and iiianv well-known siorts. Jack
Nhaehan of Boston was presented as raferee of
the prelim in. 1 1 v I Mid. but when I. on Heck with of
Cleveland Jack and O'Doiinell of San Francisco
stepped into the ring, and it was announced
that the men would box ten rounds, Under
Sheriff O'Conner stepped to tp ropes and told
the crowd that the Sheriff, acting on the advice
of the District Attorney, forbade the contest.
He was about to make n further explanation, but
Wk tho crowd drowned his voice in hisses. O'Con-
M nor declared that lie would stay in the ring
uJ until he was heard. Mcllride begged attention
n for O'Connor, who again as-ured the crowd
that no contest would occur, The jeers did not
I I ' stop until the boil rung mid the ih.t ran out
ami shook hands. They sparred three -ooondB
and then Police Captain ityun shoved his baton
Lawyer Fisher made n bold front and de
manded of the Sheriff whether the dub's busi
ness was to bu interfered with. Kllgallon
smiled and said. "Yes." Nugent ordered the
fighters to goon. They dashed at each other
and Kilgallon dushed at them, lleekwith and
O'Doiinell were too agile for the Sheriff, who
mm was obliged to yell for help. Tho boxers were
0W partod for only a moment and then they re-
IlA sutnc.l the fray.
H "Come up hole!" screamed Kilgallon to his
posse, and up they came. There was tumult In
the ring, and out or it came lleekwith. sur
rounded by deputies, but not under arrest.
The club had been trying to force thesheriff to
arrest the boxers with the expectation of a test
ease, which iniht clear the trhv for tho big
fight Hut tli- Sheriff would arrest no
one. Thirty minutes of talk between the
club oPIeinls and the Sheriff ended with
to tie aunounesnienl that Erne and l.n-
vigue would not meet They had entered
the ring clad In bmh roller They would liavo
begin, to box and fined the Sheriff to arrest
Inert but foi im- fuel lhal their backers wanted
Si 'msi . i ; .i in cat this was done. The crowd
went home to d huuiotodly enough.
I notion. Washington anil Pittsburg Win
Testerday's l,eno (lames.
It was an off day In the schedule for both
j loesi clubs yesterday, only throe League games
I being played, of which one was u postponed
contest. Chicago wss dnrenlcd at Pittsburg,
while the Hoston stopped off at Philadelphia
to play off one of their postponed games, which
I the champions won somewhat easily, and the
Hub players now lead tho Clncinnntis by "i0
points. Tho unexpected happened at Balti
more, when the home players were beaten by
the iishlngl.n. Tho results:
lie ten. 7: l'lillsdrlphla, 1.
WMhlBgtoni Bi Baltimore, 4.
Ptttibiira. 8. Chicago. I.
I Cluhi. nun. l.oti. Cent. , Cluit. ITm. .eK. Osl.
! lie. ion so 42 .SMI Pittsburg A3 62 .MM
' I'illi'illliatl TM 47 .tl-'T Plillailrlliliis.au I.V .000
! llaltimoo- 7:1 40 ni:i I..ninilf . r.4 7'J .4'JV
Cle.elaml .70 r.i .r.Tiolireekli 11. ...4 To .Su7
1 CIllcSRo . ..till r.T .r,4sIwsliliiton .41 SL .sas
I New York an Be .r,41'8t. Ixiuia ..14 no .274
hoston, 7: rmi.ATr.i.riiu. 1.
Pmi.tiiFi run. s. pt 1 U'. Philadelphia and Botton
j plnyed oft one of the early aenson poatiioncil gnnira
I this afternoon, tie- cnaiupiona played a faulthaa
uamc in the Sehl and aid not mlaa a trick, as their
preiHirtinu of runs to base hits lnilicatea. Hamilton
itlntinitmshcd hitnarlf In 1 very department of the
r1111.anKi.rHia. 1 aoaTox.
n. 11. ro. a. 1. a. h.po. a. x.
fooler, rf 0140 I Hamilton. cf.a 4200
Iioitginrta.lh.o 1 7 o oTenney, lb.0 17 0 0
tii-hhanty.lf t I u o o Long, aa 0 0 0 2 0
I-aJolc, jb. .0 1 r. 2 I Lowe. 2b. . . . 1 0420
lb.', if O O 1 O 11 I'elhna, al. o O 1 a O
Ijimlce. al o olol It. men. e. I I :i I o
M'Farlanil.r.o 2 .1 2 o aiahl. rf o 0100
t'roaa.aa o 014 0 Duffy. If 1 I 11 11 o
Piatt.p 0 0 O a 1 l.cwl. n 1 10 10
Total. 1 81411 4 Totala 7 124 U 0
Philadelphia 0 0 o o o 1 0 01
Beaton 0 0 2 0 2 11 17
Twn-haae hits -Delehantv. Hamilton, la : fen. Har
I rlflce htta DonglaSS, lender, Iwia. Steleii baac
Hamilton, II. lllnn haaea Philadelphia. 7; Himr.ii,
7. Hlriirk out Bv Piatt, : by Lowla, 2. First liaae
cm errors Beaton. I. First baep on hall.-off Piatt.
r; off I.-ovi. n. Passed hall McFarlaml. I'lnpireii--Oaffney
and Smith. Time 2 tiuitra and 21) miniitea.
w ASIIISOToN. 6 IlALTIMonr, 4.
llAiriMnni, Kept. 12. Tho Senators today out-
& laird the lUltiniorrs at every atagrof the game.
iJiiiiiH pitched poorly and hia aupport waa bad.
Hisownereer wa. also eoallv. The good all-round
work 01 M draw and Oettiuan were the features.
liALTluoaa. I waaniMirov.
a. 11. ro. a, i.l a. 11. po. a. a.
MrOraw.Sb.l H 1 2 o Oilhert. rf .. o o o o o
Keeler.rf ...1 2001 Kelta 2h. ...11 1 6 2 0
Kelley, of., o 0 2 o I Smith, all. .1 2 3 2 o
MiClann. lb.o o m o o Setl.a. h. aa 0 J 0 7 0
Holmes, If ..1 .18 0 o i.etiinan. Hi. I Oil 1 0
Dement, 2b. I 1 a 1 1 Fairrll, 0....0 2 7 3 o
Hotiinaoli, c.O 17 11 Auderaon.lf.l 110 0
Ball, aa 0 o ,1 2 o Wrlgley, cf I I I 0 o
HcJaniea, p.O 10 2 1 Mercer, p I 1 0 1 O
Totala 4 1127 8 b' Total! .". I) 27 !6 0
Baltimore 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 04
Waahtllgton 0 O 1 8 O O 1 0 0 .,
First base on error Washington. Left on bases
Baltimore. 11: Washington St. First baas on balls
Off MrJames, tl oil Mener. 8. Struck out By Mc
Jamea. tl; liy Merrer. .1. 1'hree-baau hit Holmra.
Two-base hit Anderson. 8irrifire bits Oilhert,
Ball. Mercer. Hiol.-n baaea Smith, Selbarh, ilett
man 121. Mniraw. Hit by pitcher By Mercer. 1.
I'niplre Brown. Attendance, 2,721. Tims I hour
and .16 miniitea.
rrmiauna, S; chicaoo. 1 .
I'l 1 isiu no. Sept. 12. Pittsburg won from Chicago
to-day in a well pitched and imely flehled game,
which was played in one hour and a half. fCatoll.
j the new Orphan, pitched fur Chicago, ami bea.dea
1 keeping the hits scattered In all but the sixth inning
I had perfect control of the ball. Two of I'utd.uica
runs were scored on wild throwa to the plate oj
I 'allien. Hart kept up hla good work. Chirac, 'a
only run was aoored on a hit by pitcher, pa.aed ball
and a aeratch aingle. The acora:
pittsburo. I chicaoo.
a. h. ro. a.e.I n. n. po. A.r.
Donovan, rf.o 100 ot Bran, If o 1400
O'llnen.cf .1 0 6 0 0, Green, rf 0 0 8 0 o
MiG.othy.lf2 2 1 O o'M'Cor'rk.Sb.l O 6 1 0
Clark, lb... .0 111 o OlDahlen, aa...O 18 7 2
U ray. 3b o 1 O o 0 Kverltt, lb.0 1 8 0 o
I'a.iiien. jb o 044 0 Langs, cf....O 1110
Bowerman.oO 14 3 O'Connor, 2b. .0 0020
Kly. aa 0 0 14 0, Chance, cf . .0 0 2 0 0
Hart, p 0 0 1 8 OKatoll.p o 0 0 0 o
Mertes 0 0 0 0 0
Totala 3 e 27 is 0
. Totala 1 4 24 11 2
batted for Connor in the ninth inning.
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 ..8
Chicago o OOloooo 01
Two b.ae hits Clark, Donovan, Byan. Three-base
hits McCarthy, Lauge. Double plays Bowerman
and Clark: Paddrn and Clark. Struck out Bv Hart,
2: by Katoll. 2. First baae on balla Off Hart. 4. Hit
tiy pitcher MeCormick, 2. Passed ball Bowerman.
Umpire McDonald. Attendance l.illX). Tim 1
hour and .10 minutes.
a. a. a.
Buffalo 0 80010 O 80 7 11 2
Ht. Louis 1 0 0 3 0 2 4 1 O 10 14 8
batteries Amole and Diggina; Taylor and Clements.
AT DAS BUST.
a. h. x.
Danbury 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 7 2
Waterbury 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 1 01 4 2
Batteries Morris and Phelps; Manly, Connor and
Baseball Games To-Day.
NA 1 IONAI. I.EAOOS AND AMERICA ASSOCIATION.
Baltimore at New York; Boston at Philadelphia.
Boston Captures the Series from New York.
During April and May, before the Boston players
had begun to play real championship baseball, the
New Yorka were able to win a few Eames from Selee'a
men, but aa the aeaaon advanced the champions had
less trouble probably with the local aggregation
than any other League team, aa they beat the New
Yorka in every one of the list eight gamca played.
The record of the series follows:
e-AT BOatE.-. abroad.-, Total Total
Won. L01I. Won. Lott. Won. Lott.
New York 2 5 2 .'. 4 lo
Huston 6 2 '. 2 10 4
Al Bat. Bum. BattHitt. A tragi.
New York 47.1 114 103 .21H
Bostou 481 8U 144 ,aiHI
I'ut Outs. AtiiMti. Errors. Avtraat.
New York 868 1H4 48 .U28
Boston .ma 1S.8 28 ,U68
MEW TOBE mourns' BECOBD.
Hunt by Hits bu
Games Games Oppo- Cjipe
Won. Lost, nents. nents.
Meekin 1 1 13 18
KukIc 2 18 80
Seymour 2 4 211 4H
Di 1 lien.i I .1 24 86
Oettig o 2 8 18
Scymunr relieved Mcekiu in a game won by New
York. Oettig relieved Doheny and Heyiuour in two
games lost by New York.
BOSTON PITCHERS' BECOBD.
Hum lu Hits by
Qamet Oamss Oppo- Oppo-
Won. Lost, nents. nents.
Lewis a o r. 7
Nichols & 1 18 82
Klobrdani 8 1 3S 84
Willis 2 1 u 16
Stlvrtts 0 1 8 11
Sullivan 0 14 4
Willis relieved Bulllvan in a game loat by Bostou.
Lewis relieved Nichols and Nichols relieved Willis
in games won by Boston.
Annual Masting of the Atlantic League.
Philadelphia. Sept. 12. The Atlantio League
held its annual meeting here to-night. The follow
ing delegates were present: Jake Wells and William
Mauuire, Norfolk; K. If. Cunningham, Beading; D.
A. Long, Lancaster; A. K. Bpurler, Newark; 0. B.
Iilueuieckc, Peterson; W. L. Dill, alike It..ach and J.
It. Smith. The peanaut waa awarded to llirhmond.
The statement was made by President Barrowa that
there iv us mi ehange of the circuit in contemplation.
A rouiuilttec was appointed to revise the constitu
tion and also to dispose of the Hartford franchise,
tile proceeds of the sale to In- divided among Ilia
players who have remained with the club to tho
close of thu season. The $600 guarantee baa been
n tallied tor neat year. A 10 percent, ainklnu fund
was also created. K. o. Ilarruwa waa reelected Pres
ident, Secretary and Treasurer for 18UH.
Ilrooklyn Gate Third Baseman Wagner.
Wa.iii.su 10:.. Sept. 12. - President N. K. Young of
the National League continued to-day a ileal by
which the Washington Club transfers the services of
Third Baaeman Wagner to tbe Brooklyu Club for
Sl.oou. Wagner played with Toronto last season
and lea in other of thu Lmilst llle third baseman. Us
la a good hitter ami very fast on the liases.
The Little u.-auts have Sept. 1 7 open for any to st
claaaicliib paving a suitable guarantee. Address 0.
i. LawaoD, 1H4 First street, Newark. N. J.
Catohar Arthur Ueydon of the Hlcbmouds, chant-
Bious uf tka Atlantic League, baa been secured by
ie Baltimore Club.
The game played at Stillwater, N. Y., last Wadura
day waa uut won by tbe Brooklyn F. C, the hums
players defeating the visiting tram by a score of
37 to a.
The ' haiuji in Montreal team of tbe Eastern
League played its nasi championship game on Bun
day, detesting the Buffalu player by a acore of 10
10 2. At i'rovldcucAi thu Spriiiglield players bniisht
the aeaaon to a cloae with a victory over the homo
team, score, 10 to V.
Tobuntu, Sept. 13. Arthur Irwiu, late Eoanager of
the T01 onto Baseball Club, left for Washington to.
dai. II. u ill take charge of tin- Washington t. am
to nioi run . and it la and aome radical ehaugea in ita
makeup mil take place. IP waa accompanied by
11 w iieui of the Toronto team.
IJiaa. LaT. 1'oloO'uds, to-day, 2ge.iuea 1 ediu.. .14
P. XI.. Baltimore ia. Ntw York. Idia. Sot.-Uiit.
Jack Bonner Stops Hun Crasdoa In Use
.Tack Bonner of Philadelphia can justly ask
for a match with tho best middleweight In the
country. Last night, at the Greater New York
A. 0. of Coney Island, ho slopped Dan Creedon
of Australia in the second round of a twenty-five-round
bout, at catch weights, with a right
liund punch on the jaw. In falling Creedon
twisted his leg and strained a tendon in his
right ankle. Although he was not "out," It Is
doubtful whel her he could have continued, as
the punch he received shook him iipsufllclently
toninke hint prnctlcallyhelplose. A doctor who
examined Creedon's nnklo after he loft tho
ring said that It had been sprained, but
thai Creedon could hnve got up If he wanted
to do so. (!reedon was undoubtedly groggy.
ti-eedon did not look to be In the shape which
brought him victories In the past, while Bon
ner Was trig, strong, nggressive mid confident
from the stait. Homier Is the man who is stud
to have bested Kid McCoy at Philadelphia In a
six-round bout some time ago. nnd has 11 clean
record. Helms been a trlnl horse for all tho
stars In recent yens, nnd hns distinguished
himself by whipping big doe Ilutler twico.
While a big crowd was present, flic nttondnneo
was not tip to former mnrks. The manage
ment decided at the last moment not to sell un
seat cushions, the reason being thnt the referee
did no! caro to tie bombarded as on a former
Innl Kelly of New York nnd Eddie Letiney
of Philadelphia provided the preliminary bout
of twelve rounds at 11H pounds. Alec Brown
was the referee. Inuey knew very little alsiut
the game and Kelly knew less. In the fourth
round Kelly's right eye was split open for
first blood. A Ida) drink of whiskey
made Lenney fight llkn a tiger in the
fifth round, but lie could not cut the nffnir
short. Kelly's eye bled afresh In the
sixth round. In the seventh round Kelly braced
up antl landed n couple of heavy swings on the
jaw. but Lenney continued his sharp attack
and uut his opponent's faeo badly. Tho eighth
round wnslanney's, although Kelly was plucky
and full of right. Kelly was neatly trimmed in
tho ninth and tenth rounds, but he was strong
in the legs nnd stood up to the cuff without
flinching. I.enney continued to hold Ills nd
vnntiige in the last two rounds, in spite of the
fnot that Kelly never lost his strength. I.cnnev
got the decision, and In his excitement he tried
to shake hands with announcer Johnny Dunn.
Creedon was n '' to t favorite over Monitor,
with not much money up. It was Creedon's
first appearance in the ring hereabouts sinco
the night McCoy beat him at Long Island City.
Ho hud trained bnrd for this event, his friends
said. Bonner, who bad gradually fought his
way to the front rnnk of middlewelghts, was
confident ot winning nnd had quite a following
of Philadelphia siiorts. Creedon's seconds were
Jnck MeAullffe. Benny Murphy. Tommy West
and Harry Peppers. Bonner's handlers wero
Johnny Oorman. Danny Nomlham, Bob Dillon
nnd Peter Butler. When stripped Bonner was
taller and had a longer reach than the Aus
tralian. Both men said they weighed 1K)
pounds. There were tl.fMki persons in the build
ing when the first bell rang. Tho men agreed
to nox clean.
First Bound. Creedon lost no timo in set
ting tho pace, hut Bonner was cautious nnd
kept away during the first minute. Creedon
finally reached the body with a left. Bonner
countering lightly on tho jaw. Creedon
did some neat nlocklng until Bonner reached
the nose with a sharp left thnt drew a few drops
of blood. Toward the close Dan swung a hard
left to tho eye. and Bonner took the defensive
until the bell.
Keco?;ii Bound. Creedon sent his loft to the
wind, although the blow was partially blocked.
A left Job en' the bridge of Bonner's noso. but
he kept at . ... range for at least half a minute,
having a sllil In the better of the argument.
Bonner then mi; el It up for a few seconds, and
with a heavy rut in the jaw be sent Creedon
tothe floor. In fnliieg Dan twisted bis ankle,
but he was groggj. and could not got up when
tho refereo counted tlio tenth second. The timo
of the round was 2 minutes nnd 2Ti seconds.
Bonner's manager, after the battle, said that
Jack would fight anybody for the middleweight
championship. Tommy Byan of Sytaeuso. who
was present, declared that he would gladly
tako him on.
Goddard and Choynskt Box at Philadelphia.
Pmr.Anxi.pniA. Sept. 12. Goddard and
Choynskl drew a much better house to-night
than tbe Arena A. C. is usually blessed
with. The two upper galleries were
packed and the ground floor circle was
more than half full. All the boxes were
filled. A largo number of returning soldiers
were noticed scattered through the crowd.
Choynskl appeared first, looking a bit light.
Goddard followed fifteen seconds later,
looking in good condition. Both were
mildly applauded. The fight was a warm
one. Choynskl had the better of it.
especially asserting himself in the Inst
three rounds. He fought hard enough, but
when he found Goddard exhausted after a
wild rush he refrained from putting it to
him then and there, rather waiting until God
dard recovered a bit until he punched him
for keeps again. Goddard. too. was by no
means not trying. He made a rushing fight of It
In the last three rounds, but Choyuski was
eternally pushing disagreeable, lefts into his
face and bringing hard rights across.
Boston, Mass., Sept. 12. Tbe polo games al Ded
ham for the Karl Stein cups, which were to have
been played this week, have been postponed until
next year owing to the serious illness of Mr. Bayard
al Mr. S. D. Warren'a reaidenre.
Bvvrkijo, Sept. 12. The first game of the aeriea
between the Chicago and Buffalo polo teams waa won
by Chicagoon the Country Club grounds 1 1 day by a
score of 7 to 8.
Beal Estate Private Sales.
Uaclay k Daviea have sold for estate of Richard
Arnold the two four-story private dwellings Noa.
1 lis and 1120 Madison avenue, west aide, 102 feet
2 inches south of i-.lghty fi uirth atreet, covering lot
atl feet by 94 feet 84 inches, to Miss Mary Lc Roy
WT C. Brookrr haa sold for H. C. Hchroeder the
bouse at No. 1007 Fairmount place to K. F. Ester
brook for $. ...".oo ; also, for K. C. Plumley, the plot on
west side of Bathgate avenue, with a frontage on
Fji-t I ruth street. Hail.T5xlO8x3."ix26il0o. to Robert
Huntley lor Ss.oou
Henry oppcubcim haa sold to John O. and James
A. Farley the northwest corner of Ninetieth atreet
and West Knd avenue, being lot feet on the avenue
and lis) feet on Ninetieth street. It la reported that
the plot will be used for the erection of private
bonis Less haa bought from Henry Rothachild No.
1462 Fifth avenue, a live-story modern double flat.
26XH6H00, and from Michael Buckley No. Klal
Fifth avenue, old frame building on lot 25x100, on
which a five-story flat will be erected.
Fay a Starom have sold to Keogh Bros, of Sullivan
county Nob. 87 and 87W Catharine atreet, a alx-storj-double
tenement, now In course of erection, lot
John D. Wing is the buyer of No, 62 and 64 Kaet
Fifiyfoiirth street, 48x100.
Real Kstate Auction Sales,
At the Broadway Salesroom yesterday there waa
only one auction sale, tho other offerings bring
adjourued: and an adjournment of the only parcel
booked In Brooklyn, at No. u Wllloughby street, waa
William M. Ryan Bold in foreclosure No. 2812
Southern Boulevard, a two-story frame dwelling,
17.11x101. HH8.11X102.7, amount due S2.812. sub
ject to mortgage 88,000. and taxes, ate, SI 20, to Ole
II Olaen, plaintiff, for $3,ntl.1.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
S iiiets tbe nerves, and induces
eep. tela) eel. In beWlie.
119 IVI.Si 13STH STRKET.
I'ANCV FKATUFlt-i. -WMtedrexperlenoeT hands
on pasted wliiga, steady posinous. Apply all week,
ARNOLD C0N0VK1I, liiu 6U av.. between 20tb
and -1st ats.
'OLD LAYKIIS WAtlteaL
J II. WOLFF. M Cherry st
V ANTED-Experienced fancy feather and rose
niakers.THOMAS H.WOOD Hi 0Q,.4li Broadway.
Somrjetu jfrmuut Waiitcrt.
NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK. N.J.
1114 HltOAl) ST. Al'VKKTISKKH MM' J.KAVK
TUrill ORDERS AT THIS ADDRESS. WHERE THE
SAME l ARE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN
AS AT MAIN OFFICE.
COMPETENT cook, wages 2ti; laundress to aaslat l
V wilh heiiibiu'wurk. wages 2ti; also waitress aud
rhamberwork; wages Sis, references required.
Mrs. L. SEELV, .162 tltk av.
t 'OMPETENT Swedish or French coot. wages22",
for family at Great Neck, L. I.i refereucea re
quired. Mrs. ' SEF.I.v, arc mb av.
'OMPETENT cook, wages 4A; must understand
her business thoroughly; refi rentes required
Mrs. L. SEELV, ii.-,2 iitkai.
('OMPETENT Japanesa valet: must tliav ami un
derstand his duties thorough!) ; good wanes;
ruiircmes requited. Mrs. L. aF.KLV. nr.j mhu.
OMPKTi:NT Proteeiaut chambermaid, nagea Mol
v for family living in Newburg; refer, m-ns re
quired. Mrs. L. SEELV. r.j nth av.
t'liMPETENT waitress aud parlormaid for small
' family, wages SIS; refereucea reiuired.
Mrs. L. eUfJCLT, pt etb av.
Itmnttie tnvtt Wkatr.
needs Instruction in the
Are it desoktitK,
Call her attention to this opportunity.
This cou jsan entitles a well-recommended ser
vant to one free lesson at
MRS. L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL,
3ft2 Oth av whw nil brmnehiti of rooking at
taiitf.it hy Mrw. 0. Leinckt.
FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
ati Wont .,'Ptli uf.
CONDTTOTKO 11Y THK RTA1 Pi OP NEW YOItK.
FItF.K TO KMI'I.OYKItH AM) KM1UYKKS.
Hfnantfi ftri In wniimir fiMin I A. M. until t P. M
11 Its ll 'I, ASS Swi tlirth UiiTiilr. -km, w.'itff h tiolo TJ2:
aldo Awnllah i-lunnln rnmtilK. wacen ?'n: iitj
family; vi ry btit Trft'ivurtu rmiuin l.
Mi.. I- HKEI.V, ,i&2 r.tb av.
1"jIRl9T-0TdARS wftltma," mimll '.mlly; waBV2(i;
very brut refrrrni'M rei Hired.
Mm. I.. SF.ELY, BOS Olh av.
KifCRKNMAIlia for Ofdarlmrit, la, I., dim Cov."
L. I.. Albaii) . R. Y.. Babylon. L, I.. Newport. I.! '
I.; Tnirrtn Park, n, T. arum watfi'R; vt-rr bent ref-
irniYa renitlrpil. Mr. L. flKKI.Y. S63 mh at.
I" Ai;Nl)ilkH8Vormail family at Norwich", Conn.;
- waifru -'."; refrrpnrfs riMiulrrd.
Mm. L. BF.F.IaY, nr2 nth av.
Swkoihii rookn. $2(1 to $iui; Hwiduh UandneB,
rhainhprniablH, waitrnaaa. parlnrmairiM, kll h n
ma:lH, li'iiiacwnrkiTH. 20 ciioii who waah ami Iron,
lkiitulrfhurp who do chamberwork: tVrrtuan.Krrnrb
and FiitfllRh lady'a malda: nnrsit irovrnieHHPH,
Ftvnrh and German nurfri; butlria, Entfliah arotnl
ami third jiumi: valrtn, urooma and coachnirn. Mm.
I. BKF.I.Y, oh Want 22d it; aervatiU' entrance, .152
ITAITREfW for mall family at Mnrrlatown. N. J.;
watfen$18; NnfBDOM required.
Mr. 1 - BEELY. 352 ftth av.
Wtttfd apRlejPerhRtttr5t ht.
Book I .INOETIS.- -Wan trd. niirrianred caatmakara.
Id Naaau at., Bmnklyn.
CU'TTKR Exiipriruccd knife cutter wanted-on
ladiPV vrlvpt haU. HEIMANN A UC1ITEN, 18
j Trincp nt. Tua -lrvBtor.
HdRRRSHOER. Good floormau wanted; alao D07
thHt han worked at the biihineH. Apply at r.:r!
Woat MHtll t.
HORSKHHt iEH'H 1 ToTOanwantea i Rnmmii
jf.rtt-s;ift!f aelp mtt.
ATHOROl'OHI.Y competent young woman aa
cook; wlllttit: to Hanitit with waahlnv; bnt refer
encen. J. H.. box n2 Bun uptown office, I2uT B'way.
("iRAMBFRMIT, waltreanea.rook. French, Bwrdiih
- . ookn. laundreBHCN, cookn. waeher. ir inpra,
coupl" cooku, butler, nimrli- butler, Oernian, French
ladlPi' maid. nnrs"- In demand.
.JACQtTIN'S, fl02 flth wv.
COMPETENT waitreaM; umleratauda hpr work thor
onifhlv; wagra f2(); bet referenceB. M. B.t
box r,5I Sun uptown olllce, 1 -V Kniadway.
C" "oMPKTFaST nurtiprb' K'd "thanihermald, will
t.iko place in city; bent reference.. L. McO., box
r.".-j Hun uptown office. I2M. Broadway. 1
aoupp, meata. Ar.; beat referencea. T. F., box r02
Hun uptown office, 3Wi Broad way:
'( 10MVBTENT waltret; willtnK to aaplnt with
" J chPtub rwiiL; beet rtiferentea. A. D., box 552
Hun uptoan office, 1266 Broadway. I
"IOMPETENT Infant's uurae; nea?, wUlinKt,nd
Vj oblltfinu: beat ref-reucen. M. K., box noo Hun up
town offier, 12(1. lb-oadway.
7 iHAMBEHMAII) and laundrean; thoroutfhly oonr
V potent. Inat referencef. K. G., box 657 8uu up
town office, 12A5 Broadway.
(m H K. -W WWwx to aaaiat with waltlns and iroulnc;
' Deal refereucea. M. O. T., box 551 Sun uptown
office. 12(t5 Broadway.
(10OK and l.tundresri; neat, clean about her work
beat refcrcncpn. M. W., box 503 Sun uptown office,
I makinu nalud drciiainte. carving. Ac; bent refer
encefi. M. K.,box 055Hun uptown office, 12(15 Broad
IIUHT-CLASS cook; understands anupx, in eats,
veiretablea. deniertd. Ac; excellent references. K.
C bfix 55S Sun uptown office, I2d5 Broadway.
IIHST-CI.ASS eook, understauds all kinds of cook--T
jug; five years in last place; best references. M.
1 A., box 504 Bun uptown office, 12H5 Broadway.
C'Oiiii. pi.'tni family i-ook; will take place city or
T country; best references. B. 0. B., box 500 Hun
uptown office, 1365 Uroiulwuy. 1
(Mini), plain family cook, will take place In city or
country; brut references. L. I)., box 501 Sun up
town office, 1265 Broadway.
(OObplaiu family cook: best references; willing
1 and obliging. M. McO., box 640 Bun uptown
office, 12H5 Broadway.
LADY desiren engagement as demonstrator of gro
cer' special: highest reference: salary moder
ate. Mra. IDA FLORENCE. 12H West 16th st.
NTItsE to grown or email children; wages $19;
good aeamstress; best references. M. McG., box
660 Sun tiptown office, 1205 Broadway.
"V EAT young girl aa nurse; willing and obliging;
-- best references. K. D., box 668 Sun uptown
office, 1 2H5 Broadway.
rpHOKOrOHLY "competent waitreaa; wages 2o
a excellent refereucea from last place. K. M., box
601 Bun uptown office, 12t)5 Broadway.
y AITUEBS willing to aaslst with chamberwork';
thoroughly competent; best reference. N. W.,
box&5D Sua uptown office, 12tl5 Broadway.
rfixfX-Mttlf c8lp JtHsten.
AYOI'Nn MAU. 26. desires poaltlon aa driver or
porter; wtlllnic and rellaMe; rot afraid of work;
can furnish best of refcrencee. Addrosa
WM. ALUREOHT. 191 rorsj-th at., N. T.
J WAST A HITHATION; can set type, read proof, re
port, or do most ato think- required in a newa
papar office; or will take any position outaidethat
an Intelligent, reliable man can nil. Addreaa WOltK,
box 1H2. Sun office
YOt'NII MAN who haa served aa salesman with the
hiurh-rlssa grocer of Knrope and America, under
atandliic the btisinesa tliomughlr. la open to an eu-
R element aa flrst or second connter hand with good
ouse flndoor preferred); couM act aa assistant
buyer; highest rcierencc. Mr. WARD, care of Mrs.
Ida Florence. 12.1 West 16th st.
619 SIXTH AVK. AM) 13ft8 IIKOADWAY.
H. :ITH ST.. HKKALU SOIAKK.
New iifllca biilliliiia four larsje offices
Tieist eiiuli,ieil, llalit ttiid airy. We rater for
the beat help for nil departments. We
strictly Inveatlfrnte all references.
PltOI KSSIONAI. COOKS, COOKS WHO
WASH AND IKON, LADY'S MAIDS. IN
FANTS M ItsKM. HII.Ilti:N'S mirsks,
SKA MSTKKSSKS.CHAMIIKKM AIDS, WAIT
KKSSKS, KITCII1CNM AIDS, TLACN
We Imve u SKFARATK DKPARTMKNT
for Hotel, Bonrdlns House find Restaurant
help. Our Male Deimrtnielit embraces
every kind of male lalior -dinii.-stic, cleri
cul, mercnntlle anil aarlrultural.
Ulmlever kind of help you aeek. or what
ever kind of a poaltlon you wish, we can
K. V. ODKI.I. CO..
010 6TH AVK. AND 13118 BROADWAY.
cfaVdUan our Uo 3Cet (Sity.
Ten rooms: others fourteen rooms; at pro-
portionate rente; very dealrable; banilaomely f j
C appointed and decorated; good oenitary sr- P
1 38th and 1 39th 8ts. 7
t Kow open for Inspection. f
C (7th and Mth Ave.) i
ERASTUS HAMILTON. S
7 2r,-J West 188tb St. Telephone 647 Harlem. J j
Elevated Htation 1401b St. S t
Hnfroihfil aftouuMi &o Jet.
A SI' ST.. 41 W I'.sT. near the Park. Four atorlea
' 1 and baacineiit; liaudsoiuely decorated; perfect
condition; awllllius, Ks Iocs, Ac.
0f tt tot 3f uut new furpouru.
NEW YORK SUN OFFICE, NEWARK, N. J.
ADVKHT1HERH MAV I.KAVB THEIR ORDERS AT
71)4 BUUAD ST., NEWARK, WHERE THE SAUK
CARE AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT
LARGE LIGHT FLOOR
(10,000 8Q. FEET) TO LET,
WITH POWER DAY AND NIGHT. IN THE
METROPOLITAN REALTY UUILDINQ.
Inquire of ItlLAND At WIIIT1NU.
.', UKEKMAN ST.
Fulton St. Stores to Let.
Ill I. AND k WUITINO, Ti lteekuan st.
BT UKNTLKM AN, wife, and four children, aea I
to 1 1 rears, two or three ronne-ting roouia,
second floor, h-me. -u 74th and l6th ata.. west aide; !
134 par waa. uUEs'. boa 40 tua, Uariaat.
IRVINO ri.CK. .-.. corner isth st. -Nicely fur
nished rooms, en suite nr slnaly; table boarders
CTH ST.. tin KA'T lunar Madison Sqnsmv -v
Handsome Inrtre and email t-miTna; ilciiixhtrnl
Isltle hoaril; ressnnalile.
2,-;TII ST.'. 124 KaSt l-'nuit parlot an. I nth. r
rootna; good table board; lniiian well aetit;
1QTR ST.. 41 WERT. Clean, tidy rooms; ood
r ulde; cciitml loi.-stiou; Uunker uianaaement;
transients; reffri in ea ic hanceil.
'! ST.. 417 WI-.ST.- NcwKna-lanil laityhaa newly
mif flee iratcd rooms; larirc. aiuali; lioitntiful home
lst:le; 1 a .nnallc.
I TH 8T.7 ;il WEST. -Second, third and fourth
'I flnnr r.i'i'iis; ill slmlile Ineatinn; parlor ilinlna
rooni; r. fccenccs.
rite. Jlsmrl !Sroohtutt.
HKMtY st,. nr.n. -Nicely furnished rooms, with
tlrat-cl.iss lioartt; moderate prices; ilesii-abln io-
ation; rnnvcnlanl to south Vt n-v.
LIVINI.HTON ST.. or.. -Vi rv nlcasalit 10 uns; Rood
hoard; 6 minutes from brldife and ferries; refer
ence. eturniubeu jRooiih ft Aimrtmentu to X tt
I 'list Side.
11V1MISTON I'l.Al'F, IS (Stuyveaant Parki. near i
. hi. iinorcc'i 0'iinn-h. hetrcn liith sml 17th
Very ilesirahlc renma.
.ITH AV., Mill. Iieta-reu LMtll and 2Mh ats -Tiro
1 lisnrtsoinely furnished larae front rooms; aentle-
men; reasonable I
AT a IINIVERSITT PUCE, oppoalta Wsahlntrton
Sitnare. Kleitunt furnished roouia; all conven
iences; Hiiperlor houau; iuitlemen only.
'KST WASHINGTON PLACE. (14. -Square room,
suitable for one or two; also small room; Kentlc
1)TH BT.. 40 WEST. One large and alnguTroora;
private bath; gentlemen only; breakfast
)TII ST., I .".a WEST. -Fine. lan;e room" for " two
ucntlemen; house and locality lira, class.
mT ST.. Ml' WRST.-Furnlalicil rooms to let;
yoD8T.,"a.1ii W;raiTT-Niceif fJirnTaheii room for$3;
O.J 2 connecting rooms; ressonable; for gentlemen
A AX TH ST.. 227 WEST. Handsome halTroome alTd
"-r largo rooms with dressing room, to refined par
ties for the aeaaon; table and appointments arccp
TV TH ST. . i 2 W EST. - Ki cks n tiy" fiirolshed roomal
" gentlemen only; raaaonable.
eflat anrt Apurtmetttu So 9 et.
" toXetT' "7 ;
1020 PARK AVENUE, S
Corner 85th Street. 11
5 ri-story, biuh sto.ip. brnriist.onn front dwelling x ,
V hnue; ituiidsnniely i orstfd and renovated J .
I throiiKliolU. V
V For particulars apnlj on pranleM.
f (C kk si;v:n HlTNDAY.) S
aa WJiT : st.
A nelect and refined Tamlly lintel. Klegant anltei
of nmiH with pi ivate halls, new nt'idem con
venicntes, i:Uer furulshed or imfurtilehed, may be
rented lir the vear. A BKlTiriTL UDMR AT
MtHiKKVTK KATlls:: Kanilller. ne.-kinK a central
and quiet location nhould visit the Chelsea before de
cidlnK whero to live.
PrivaU and public restaurants on office floor.
Address, TUB CHELSEA.
Ei N. Wir3QN. Manager.
4 rooms i ii ii bath ; alt improvements.
Broumi; all improvements;
hot water furnished.
Kent $11 tollfi.
Apply on premises, H East 132d it.
iilT ST.. 2a "TOT." Slticlenfoor; seven light
1 rooniH, bath; steam ht at; central location.
Til 1 8T StTm EASTTnearl at a v. Nice 4-roomflat a ;
1 I improvements; n-nt $lt;and$17.
f lat.s and .apavtmr nt-s HVantrfl t 'khtn
"WANTED On the Heights or vicinity, by couple
n with 2-year-old child, apartments of not lees
than six rooms nd bath at moderate rent. Address,
giving all particulars, to GOOD TENANT, box 180
Sf State ef or ate groaMgti.
NEW BUFF BRICK HOUSES, $4,000.
frevto CASH; EASY TKRMA.
Seven moms and bath: all improvements: furnace
In cellar; street paved and newered; restricted prop
erty; two blocks from Van Hicklen av. station, Kings
GERMAN AMERICAN IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Van Hicklen av.,cor. Eastern Parkway.
Office open Sundays.
aOREAT BAROAIN The fine three-story brown
' atone and faucv brick houae, 1403 Paciflo st..
near Brooklyn av.; hardwood Anion throughout; all
modern improvement; terma easy; open every
day, including Sundays. Apply to builder, on
iRral tat WantelT
"WANTED Dock p7ferty7this
city ; lease, East River, and improved
preferred. Address T. A. THORNE,
Sun uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
cf ot ate ot ita Xet CJiti).
F)K HALF. OR TO LET-ir,(t Kast ."17th si., desira
ble dwellinsT. Caretaker. B. T. VAJtM'M, 63 Wil
Stal ttate got gtnt ot (ffxehanne.
'PHRF-E-STOIIY BROWNHTONB HOUSE, decorated
X throughout, cabinet mantels, hardwood trim. 13
rooms anil hath; location durst; Rtuy veaant Hsichts,
Brooklyn; low price; easy terma. Address C. D. Ii.,
13t)R Broadway, N. V.
K. W. KKABNF.Y, Aurtloneeri
QUARTERMASTER AND ORDNANCE STORES,
By direction of
BENJ. FLiaLEB, Brlg.-Generol and Chief of Ord
nance. VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY. Auctioneers,
will sell by auction
Wednesday, September 14, 1898, ;
AT BLEVKN O'CLOCK,
AT THE STATE ARSENAL,
7tli Ave. and :3tli Ht., New York city.
)'tnii,ii'i-nm: dun hliinrj, rrona-Iielt pliteii (ilremi,
Miabbaida (dreas), belmeU and enrdM, wbitn catnaa '
leuiint:K. knnjiHa.:ka, liaverMarkN, w t walat l.. Its, '
forkM, rubber j'Onehoii, rurtritlue boxes, iciidn)uiii j
intu-M ami p 'ih his, r.unniL'in and pt'iiK'". tfiiunt-rv'
havernui'ltH and uourhea, trml haiidniuk(f, baddlu I
elotltH, hhabraeka, hultrrtaud ii.ip-. Hrrupa, bn-aHt
airaiH kiid nntrtiiiKnlc", friction immh. i -, oaniatei' '
ahiit. AiiiHterduni abella, fixed rauiMter : pdr. ), '
llendotfton ti-rewdrieri, boapltal knapHa'ka, field
atreWbi'iH. iuti'.p kettlen, iik hi kettle 4, laUUema.
fnrue capa. MpoonH, nrt. and cuv. nabre ludti and at-
tarliuieiite, vabre k not, nan teen trupn, meat r-aiia.
bridle bita, BOM btgV, artillery knuiia-kH, horte i-ul- '
lura, Hoddle baia, bjuie, -iur Htrapa, tarbiue bouta, .
ANCHOR LINE. m&aS.
Audio: U Bepl. I ft noon Kunien-in s.-j-t. 14. noun
l-'iifiK-u illuatrated took f tolirg ami pm-f-ui rate?,
aalliii: h- i - and fur, th'-r i.u ti. nl . . r j K to
HBNPgRttON BBOTUKIW, Al- iita, 7 MowUntf flwn,
CUBA PORTO RICO.
Expreca forwarded 00 all mail aud fastevl ateam
ahipn. Beat poaalble railroad couuectiua.
The Cuban i Fan-American Express Co.,
D2 H1U1A -iWAV, MEW VOHK.
Havana AK'-iita, .uldu tt r.
Company haa n.- n n urticea in I'orto Rluo.
(ttuuauta Huut.l7,3r.U. I I'uib.'.u Snit.L'4. i " M
Hrrvta Hcot. W. :i A. M. I I.ui aula .11. I 1 . J I'. M
VKHMOS U.BIiOWN'liOO..Oen. Ai.U, 4 BowlUm Qrattn.
C0MPA6NIE GWEHALt TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIUK.T LINK TO 11AVHK- l'AUIH tilA.Nt E .
lialllutf.is 1 ll... al in M
Kroni I'm i No. 4'.'. if uli Hivrr. t..i.t Morton at.
lai Vtarrr. . . . .btpt. 17 I lai Touralue Oct. m
I.a Monualidia . bept. U4 I I I'balupatfDP . , 1st. ft
Tat iiaMcoaruu.. . . . .faat. I I La Navarre Cot. 33
Uao'l aWwcr for U. I. aud 0B., BowUuaj arasa, M.f
i aeenn temer.
NKW YI'IIK SHI -TIMMI-TliN l.nNHliN.
Kaliitiu Satunlaraal Noun.
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1I1 -. l.l.ni.l .j, -;i , Ithvnl mi. Oft. 11
?-. mid ranln in I.u.lnii. ".7.f,ii.
RED STAR LINE.
v:t vokk -mh in vai"iun ASTWRliF
Haillllix i-.'"lj ,Vf .lli-s.lsl .it SoOll,
WratarnlMiil sHf pf. 1 1 1 Noonllaiid Bald SB
IKdislnatmi. .m-jii. 'ji i 1 rl.-1-iii.i . . ii. t. t,
H.Tinid I'uliiii In l.itiil.in 4,'.".li. Aim .l. at'l mi.
I Tin -r ti-aii'rr-i 'any STfoIld .-nfcil ntul starraza
tisssriurrra only, Rlatpnitima, illnlnp ' il i.snios-
init rtinnis. TCUirociinit, iimitii'liNtla deck. .V. ,-ntuld-liips.
wIhip tin- Hint tin i is 1,-n.l urrroittlld
1MT.1IVU luN l. N V 111 Vl'l.iS COill'AjTV.
Pl.ra 14 and It, N. IXIver. OfBcii, ti Bnwiinua ren,
'.N.ll.N IVM ll-M'; ll.tll.UAV.
Ilitctldi-d sll .ilnsliip sail ll lit. from inn nnrr
KMl'llls or INH1K ... O.I. in. tan -'. M.n'li L'7
KMI'IIKHH OP JAI'AN N,n. 7, .lull. :) Vpnl I i"
KMI'Ifl-xs or . iiin. Der. S. Pi h. '-:. May h
I .st llontc- t i tin- I'liilliiplln Islands.
to HONOLULU, FIJI, " AUSTRALIA.
MHUM.HA .. f(l1. 23 i WWlItlMHi) pet, ?'
Y$. In-.' t i llonoiiiln, Hmon(1 rabhi arrnmtitoda
Uutiaatvery tiw rat?-. For fretithl .mil pantnger
latex iipph 8Aa Broad waj nnd iifi Wnll n.
. Mi I .III LlfC-fy I t .TlifmB
ntllKCT TO PAItIM, I.OMIIIN. IIAMIII Ki.
K.U'sniari L.Hi p.33. UA.M. P. Illsniank.llit. L'll.tlA.M.
A. Vnl.iris.ll.t. (1, Ii A. M, A-Vlit.m.i. No. !t,i A. M.
TWIN-NCIIKH IMMHKNflKB NBRTICK,
m-:w ioiti iiMiitt in. niiti: i.
IVlinsyli'a.Sopt. I7..P.M. I'ntoria .IV-t. 1 . 4 P. M.
lVlatla.s,-,,.j4, ii .i M. liui-tn ...Oil. 8,11 A.M.
llmnliiiiE- lnii l an l.liir, :IT llronilw ny, ' . V.
m.w yoiik. Rockland ash haxoor i.int..
KI.-.uiH-rs Inn, X.. Vurk 1VMT TIIUHHDW at 4
P. M. for KtK'KI.AMl. CAMDICN, IIKI.FAHT, U1CKH
POHT ami 11AM. till. Mr., . mm. .-tiiiK witll all rail
and Mat, i- Intra.
MKW Vi iltK, K SRTI'OHT ASH HT. JOHN MNE.
Stiannrs l.-nt.- Ni'W York L-v.-ry SA'I'I ItHAY at 4 P.
M. for KASTI1.1IIT, Mr., direct, eoiinectllii: at EAST
P01tTforallp..lnts. Kti ainrrs will sail from l'icr tl. North KlTi-r. Pralsht
rri-iivi'd dally until ll p. M. lltlior lines to be put
In tnnpL-ratu in sin irtli . All i-niupetlnu rates promptly
mot. N. L. NEWi'iiMH. (Irnenal Manaonr,
r aud 1 1 ltroadway, New York.
DIHWn' LINK TO Plim'I.ANIl. MAINE.
ronniTttnu with all railroal and steamship linea to
all summer resort., s. R, Horatio Hall inow) and
Maiiln.it. in leave Pier No. tlH. K.It.. foot of Market St.,
every Tuesday , Thnrsdav. and Hatllrday at ft P. M.
Htrameis fltti d with .-wry tuodc-ni Imtirovement for
the comfort and convenience of pseaeturFrs. Ticket
offices. No. 27tt Broadway, corner i 'liambers St., and
thu (Icncral Otllcc, No. 122 Koutll al.
HOIIATK 1 HAI.L. O. P. A.. No. 522 South st.
OKTH OKRMVN LI) YD STEAMSHIP CO.
SHOUT HOl'TE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT.
FART I'.XPltEHB HTEAMKIW.
K.W.D.O.,8ept.i:i. Ill A.M. K.Fricdrlcli.Hc.27.10 A.M.
Trave.Tu..H..pt.2ii loA.M. I.alin, Tu., Oct. 4, 10 A.M.
OKLKICHS a: CO.. 3 Bowllni; Green.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
Delightful tnura to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk,
Newport New. PeterHbury. Portsmouth. Pinner'a
Point. Rirhmnnd. Vuvmia llea-h, Va.,auil Waabinc
ton, I. C. Freight and pasaeiiKer eteamera sail from
Pier an. North ltlver. every weekday except Satur
day, nt t P. M.. and Saturday at 4 P. M.
W. 1,. iriU.AriKr, i-i I'nsti.nd Traffio Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK UfNSTOWN LIVKItPOOL.
Maiestic. .Sept. 14. noon I Teutonic ..flept 2H. noon
Germanic. .Seit. al, noon Cymric, Oct. 4,8:30 A. M.
Saloon rnt' on Cynirie, Iflomi; (Jennanic, Hri tan
nic, $?r up; Miiji rti-, Teutonic, l0 up; second
cabin, l2.".o upwnrd: third cUhh on Cymric, Ger
manic and BrtUnnlc. $35.50) OU MujeeUc and Teu
tonic, 27. Rfetmr ux additional.
Por pasBAse. freight and U'-i" ml information apply
to wiiitk star Link.
ller 45, North Itier. Office, u Broalway, New York.
Boston and New England Points,
VIA BOUND LINKS.
FALL RIVER LINK- For Fall River. Boaton,
and New Knclttnd puintti. Steamers PriarllLa and
Puritan. Orehrt-tra on each. Leave Pier Ji. N. R.,
foot of Warren tt.. week rlayi nnd Sunduys at rt:0 P.
M si.Min.-r from New York Kimilayn only, tone lies
at Newport. On other days of the week Providence
Line eastward Htearuer touch at Newport.
PROV1DKNGK LINK For Newport, Provi
denee.llOritou and thoEut. Steamers I'l- in-iith ami
Rhode Inlnml. On-ln-rdr,. on each. I,eave Pier Itt,
N. R., foot of Murray Kt., week days only, at 0:15
P. M.. t.Mii'Lim: at Newport, R. I. 'Monday morninifs
excepted). On Monday moruiugH Fall River Line
ateamers touch at Newport.
STONIXC2TON LINE-For StonlnBton. Watch
Bill, Boaton and all poiutn East. Hicamrra Malneand
New Uampftlnre. Leave Pior .(, N. It., ono block
above Canal st., week flays only, at t'.:00 P. M.
NORWICH LINK-ForNew London, Worcester,
Boston nnd the East. Steamers Citv of Lowell and
City of Worcester. Leave Pier 3d, N. EL. one block
above Canal st., week (lavs only, at :K P. M.
Hudson River by Daylight.
PALACE IRON DAY LINE STEAMERS
'NEW VOKK" ANI "ALBANY."
Finest and f mtest river steamers in the world.
Daily except Sunday.
Leaves Brooklyn, Fulton Bt. (by Annex), 8 A. M.
" New York, DeHhros. St. Pier, 8:40
" " West 33d St. Pier ft M
For ALBANY, landing at Yonkers, Weat Point.
Newbunrh, Pounhkeepsie, Kington Point, Catsklli
and Hudson. B'jt route to tho CATSKILLS. Spe
cial Saratoga train direct from tho Albany wharf.
Through tickets NORTH. EAST, and WEST. Bag-
?age checked from residence to dtatination by New
ork Transfer Co.
MOBN1NG AJIP AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
Albany Evening Line
Steamers ADIRONDACK and DEAN RICHMOND
leave Old Pier 41, N. It., foot Canal St.. at 0 P.M.
daily (Sundays excepted), rouuctiug with express
trains for points North, East and West.
Steamert ONTEOBA mew) and KAATEBSKITX
leave foot of Christopher st. every weekday at K P.M.
Trains for Cairo. Palcnvitle, Otis, Summit, Haines
Corners, Tanuersville, r connect.
HUDSON RIVER STEAMER MARY POWELL.
Daily ipt.'i'pt Hiiiulaysi.
I., .ivii.i' II. lir. .ss.-s St. ;i i;. !. JI. Situr.iavs J:45
P. M.I. Wist 2d Ht. BlHO P. M. (Saturdays ; P. M.,
forCKAKsTHN H. WEST POIN r. I'dHNWALL. NEW
IHHUH. SEW HAMBi'imH. MILTON, POKKKPSIK,
KOMKIUT, nnd KINltSTON,
from Pier 2 f, Kant River, doily except Sunday at 6
P. M .. for Connecticut River landings, connecting for
Springfield, Worcester, Hoston, and all New England
points. Saturday excursion! at reduced rates.
FARE LOWER THAN .INYOTII EK KOCTK.
Troy Excursion, i 2.50. Searchlight on boats
st.aiiiirs Ieivo Wi'H mill at. ilallv. l p. M.,oxcept
Sit'irday. Kiin.lav sleuiuers toucll nt Alliany.
Ill llsON AMI COXHACaUH mi lis
lravc foot of Christ. ii!irr rt. rvcry wrek day at II P.
M . connaotlnii with 11. and A. It. II.
K TsiisTt inlFni:. wist-loiiTsTiiaiiy, 4 p. m.,
Hatunlaya at I. Strainers UAI.IlWINand ROMKH,
for Cranston's. Cornwall. Newbnra, Now UainburaT,
Mai-li...!'... Milton, PoUKbKapala. Hvdo Park. Kaonus,
KiniEston, Donnootilig witti L. A: I. It. it. for all pointa
in Catakill Unnntallia.
NEW IIAVRK.-FAJtS tl) EXCIinSION tl.SO.
Sunduya, Excursion, $1.imi. Fast straluri-s l.-a.t'Pior
16, E. It.. ..-!. days. 3 I. M. .in 1 ia mldnifcht shurin
Hiindays. UtBO A. M. and 13 iiiidnfKlit aharii; week
day steamers connect on wharf w nil trains for Meri
den, Hartford, s,iiiil-H. I.I and points North.
KAMMiKI.I. LINE for Nowuorg, ralllna; arWrai
Point, col.l h.tiiil- un.l c.irnwull. I'lshkill i.y
ferry'', leaves lier 24 N. II . foot Franklin at. week
da.s i.-xri pi Katurda)'), ft P. M.. Htlurdaya, 8 I. M.,
landmitat lll.'.l at. N. It., 8:80i Sundays, U A. M,
03d si.. N. II., 11:80.
Throiiiili trains leave New York, fool of ciiamhers
street, as follow., an I inn minutes earlier fi-om West
Jlld at eel:
O.I If I M. Voalllinlod Kiurri. dally for IUhk
fi. J liuiuli ii, Mm. Th . Kluilra, Bmul... Unulford,
ail'lves UilttaloM P. II. I'.. 1 i o i H U-..1. .
11,1 K A. M. Vestlliuleil Kxiil.ua dally t..r Port
'.! Jen i. and M .iilicll... Daily, cm .pt 8 in 'av.
for l..lck.lW.U.'ll. l..lle-.l:ll- and iUlJIortAUl I'li'.lt
p.. i ii ist.. F.lnin.i. 1 ill mini P.ilaeeciii-s io sfoiitluello
mi. I F.luiira.
'4 III '. M. Veatllmle lninle.l-Fast mail dsilj .
oJI f solid train for c ill ..y .. ui rivra at Clei eland
7 in . l . Cbli'.gn -i I'- ii i. -.peis 1.. Cliicaiio,
ci- . 'and .mil Ciiu iioisti. Iiiuimr.-sr
7.jOl'. II. llllfr.lii a. 1.1 Clavolaild Vestibule,!
laOVKiprra. dally, striven Ituiafi. 7:0(1 A. II..
Hi. ..11. .nl 7 J" Al . .lam. .town 7 'si A. M., Volings
town 10:31 A. II.. Cleveland I -'.llll' M Sleep, r.
in B in do ..n.l i'l. i eland, inf.- I.llirarj Car.
(1,1 f: I". tl, Dalli -..lid train lor liiiMlianilon,
'!. Klmiiii. W.nerli . ilin .!-... Kleepers Ui llm-
llell-ilile. Clue.. : 1111.1 1 III. I llllll 1 1. In III In: car.
IMCKI IS I.ui VI I IMF I VltllH IMi I'l I.I.MAN
I .v. i i i.MM.iln I fi i . .it 111. I l.l. 'J. II, 4IH, and
Iift7 liroiuiwav , IL'i Uowery, IftilKaal IJ'.ih st , ami
273 West C-T.lh st . I'll.llllb. r illl.l '.Vent '.Old st. fer
ries. New Y.iik; I'.'l-lalnl si n Fulton .1 . lis. Itioa.iu.iv.
Ilrookl.vii 133 lliver it,. H'lbokflD. md Joraey City
Ktatlou. New V rk Tmuafi r i ... calls for .in. I eliacka
bacuue front li'.t-'ls and i. ndcnro. to deatmatlon.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R
l.rav. N w York, Wlut.-liall Teruiliial, South Ferry,
and fool ..: l.ii.i-ri, sue, i.
Ilady. ll-.icepl Sunday. RSiindaya.
ciiicu. ii.i in v M ,i 1:4.'. I' U..audl3 iSnislit.
I'll Islil'Uu. -1..IU 1. M . lo. .in p M., s 4'. P.M.
13:15 uiillll .1. in A M.trsinslioiu 1. Us nv si. nnlvl,
CINCINNATI ST. lail'ls linn A. II., .. 7..'. P. M.
Nl i '111 l'NH. 4 :.'..' P. M. itliroiivh air, .. r .
ROVAl. Bl,UE TRAINS.
17:6ft, -loiiti lltiier , l 1 :io A. M (liio. i-.. 1 1 -si p.
M.,1.4.'. Him r, t.'i .niiiniieri.4..'... liincr. -7. .',:,
P. M.. and 12.1ft lilithl NnKFdl.K. -1 1 M X. M.
All trains sie illuminated villi Piutacli ligbl.
intlcra: llll, 172. '.'111.4.14. 12H4 Broadway, 31 Faat
lath at., 137 Bowerr, New fork; it.'lU, ;m Fultou St.,
BiiH.klyti. Wl.il. bull Trriulnal Bangsaj. chMkaid
from iiolcl or rMld.uc. lo dsatMaiios.
I I !!! I II i Tjijai
STA'IIONs toot oi u..i Twrtiti Ihlrd Mr and
lir.brosp nod C t-ili,n,1t Streats.
-Th" leavlh. lime from lii'srunsars and 0m
Iniidi sire, is la ten liniinis later than that ciran
la-low r.rTweiity.thlrd Street Station.
Tiflt) .. l. rvsT Mtll.. Piillm.in Dnffrt I'arlor
car N Vork lo rittsburu. sireplnu Car PlUa-
buri: lo Clli.-.i-.-i .-. ..a -lies to PI I tabu ru.
:.10 .1. M, l sr 1 IM. I'.iisi.in randciaisalan.
:M . M. PF.NNSYI.v AM V U.MITICU.- Pullman
colnimrlnieiil, Mb-, piiui, Dliilinr, Smnklna and Ob-
sei-v.ili..ii C-ir-. Ci.r Cloei.., I leveland. Tolaw;
Ciiicniii.ui. In. Hi. inn.. .1... Imlav ille, HI, l,.mla,
lldO I'. .11. .-mi Mill and ST. Lul'lS ICXPOKSB.
r i N.iaMii:,- ,,n t iiicitinutl.. chlcstfo. Hi. Iiowll.
fti.vi I', vi. WKSTEKX KXPHKSS bor LT.T.IuasV
ill. . .i-.-u. I..r loleilo. rxieptsalnrdar. .
7:11) I'. M. Sill I'HIVKSI I.IJV l:PRESS.-afl
PlttaTiunr, cim tnnati. Indianapolis. St. Loin., ,-a
"ilo r. M. I'At ll IC '. PKI ss.-For Pittsburitan
Chlr,.i;o Conil I'i ts Ii i lien I. ii.1. rvc.pl Saturday.
! I'. M. MAIL AND KXPURSS -Pullman Bllfh
Sle, piiinlar New V..ik lo Altoolia. East Llbt.
Pittaburc, and poinia We-t. dally eieupt flnndar.
' WASHINGTON AN1 THE HOITH.
7:.'.0. i 30. Ii-'JH. I' .Ml illinllitf Can. lil-BO iDlnlng 0
A. M ISlfttl, l.ftil lil:JII '1 'i.irraiinsl ldm.i" all
Parlor I luniin; Cn-ai, 4 an .IHiiliiir Car), 44)
iliininu Can. h:.".tl P. M 1.110 llluht. Sunday,
H ' mail, M 7.(1 iIIIiiiiik Car) A. M. (8:30 "OOaV
Wft ssionnl l.ini.." all Parlor and limine; llara), 4:20
iliiulnu Car . 4:7,o iliinluu Car), 8:.'.0 P. M ,12:0ft
Hi. I I 111 UN r.VH.WAV.-Kipi. av. 4:30 P. M., 11:05
liluln 'll.il. .
ATLANTIC CO VST MNB.-Riprraa, :30 A. M. MS
8:.-.o p. M. dalh.
Cll KSAPF.AKli AND OHIO RAILWAY 4:50 . If.
FHK OLD PI1INT COMFORT and NORFOLK. IM
. A. M. week .'.. mi I 7:40 P. M. dally. ,
ATLANTIC C1TV.-I:..iip. M. werk daya IDaabmawM
and Onrtlandl Slreets. 3:ln P. M.). Thmnah Vast,
lulled Train. BuOi t Parlor Cars, lassenaTrCOMk.
and Combined C uu-h.
CAl'i: MAY.- I.' ..up. M. WMkdaya.
l.on: Branch, A-iburv Park iluterliksn 8uQdjri).
Ocean Drove and Point Pleasant (from Weat Twcn-ty-lhlrd
Street Station). S:fti). Il:ft0 A. M.. :aO,
SlSO, l.I.U. 4:7.0. il.-.il P. M. Sliudwa, B:30 A. kL.
4.7.U p. M. 'fl.ni Hi sbiosscn aud Crlliimll SI raels),
BllOA.M., 13:11), 3::il). .1:40. 4:30, ft:10, 7:00 s.
M. huudays, li:4r, A. M., f.:lft P. M. ...
i'Oll I'llll. AIH l.l'lll .
9:10, 7-311. 1:50, 8:30. S:60, ti:30ill:fttl Penna. Llm
Itedi. or.O (Dlniiiu Cari. lil:oi) i Din Inn Car). 1 lift
A.M.. r.':7.o. I ..Mi. i :r.u, 8:110, 4:30,4:30 (Dlnlna
Car., 4:Bii Hinin . Can, 8:50 iDiiiluic Car), 7:407
H 7." P.M.. 13:1)7. niuht. Sundavs, fl: 10, 8:3l. 8:80,
Ui3o, ii:r.n .Limited', ii.r.ii, iii 7ii ililiiinu Car). A,
M., I :B0 ililiduit I'an, il:r,o, 4:30 iDlnlng Car), 4:80
(Hiiim.- Co , 7. :...i .Hiuiii- Car), 7:40, 8:50 P.M.,
Ticket ofilvaa Nos. 4UI. P44, 11 nil. i.'i'.vi. 111, and 38T
Broad .ay. 1 Aslor House, West Twenty -third
Stree: station, and stations foot of Dcsbroasea and
c.utlriuilt Streets: 4 Court Strert, SHO Fullon
Street, lis Hroadway, and Pennsylvania Annex
Station, Brooklin: station. Jersey C.ty. The NW
York Transfer Company will call for and check
biiKcatte from hotela and rcnldunces thronah 'ii
Telejihono " 1374 EiKhteenth Street" for Pennsyl
vania Railroad C.ib Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J.R.WOOD,
lienerul Manager. General I'ass'r Agent,,
"AMERICA'S OHEATEST UAll.ltOAD,"
NEW YORK CENTRAL. 1
All tbronuh traina slop at Albany, Itlca, Syractiw.
ltochi ster ami HllfTalo.
Trains leave Oniud Central Station ae follows:
8.Jf A. M. Daily, except Sunday. Famous
"J EMPIUK STATE EXPRK8S LIMITED.
F'asteat tram tu tin- wrlil. lu-i Buffalo 4:45
Nlaaara Falls C::i3. Toronto li:00 P. M., Dotrolt
11:10 P. M. Limit."! to iti simtinu ciipm-lty.
8.jJ A. M.-ADIKONI)ACK8, I.iski ISLANDB AND
.O.J MONTREAL, eicepl Sunday.
U.A Pi A. M .-FAST MAIL, Daily-For Buffalo, Nia
"lo ara Fall, and Cleveland.
11. IM v M.-SAUATlMU AND MONTREAL BPB-tf.-lA
I C1AL. dally, eic.pt Sunday.
1 1 l.'-ifl A. M DAY EXPRESS, except Sunday.
AU.OV For Buffalo aud all important New York
1.1 )f P. M -Si IUTHWBBTERN LIMITED and CHI
UUCMK) 8PF.CIAL, Daily For Coluiulius, Cln.
cinunti, Iiid.atiaiiolls. St. Loitla and Chicaero.
3 .On P. M. TROY ANU SARATOGA SPECIAT
-.Jv-F , xeept suudav For Trov and Svi-atoira.
5,nn P, M. LAKE SHORE LIMITED, Daily a-v-'"
hour train for Chi-a.), via Lake Shore. Du.
Cleveland 7.17. A M. Chlcauo 4 P. M. Bleoplnii
mid p.irlor ears opl.v .
fi.fil I '' M. WESTERN EXPRESS. Dally-Eor
J.v'Lf Niagara Falls, Toronto, Cleveland, Toledo,
Detroit, and Chicago.
fi.Z P. M. NORTHERN EXPRESS. Dally For
'. t-l Montreal and. ov i pt Saturday, for Ottawa.
7.111 P. M AD1R0NDAI Kb. 1 ,DiK ISLANDS AN
tU MONTREAL EXPRESS. Daily Via Cllca.
8.,1 "T P. M BUFFALO AND SOUTHWESTKRW
.0 SPECIAL. luily For Niagara Falls. Clov.
lau.l, Clin inn .ti. Indianapolis, and St. Louis.
9.1 J P. M.-SPECIAL LIMITED MAIL, DU
.tVf isleeptng car onlyi For iKiinta on Favll
Brook, via Lvons. and for Rochester and Buffalo.
9.1 . P. M.-PACIFIO EXPRI'MS. Dally For Oe.
eJkO wego, Ogdensburg, Cape Vincent. Buffalo,
Niagara talis, I'leveland. Toledo, Chicago, and.
except Saturdays, for Auburn road.
X'. I 1 1 NIGHT-MIDNIGHT EXPRESS FOR OUT.
a. J-U CAGO Every night except Sunday night.
Sunday night Chicago sleepers leave at 11:15.
II Illl.l-. -VI DIVISION.
9:15 A.M. and :i:37 P. M. Daily, except Sunday, la
Pitii.iie'.il: Sundays only at 0:30 A. M.
Wagner Palace Cars on all through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Piiit-ch iight.
Ticket offlcos at 118, 3tll. 410 and U43 Broadway,
81 East 14th at.. 3:ir. Columbua av., Al Weat 135tS
at., Grand Central Station, 135th St. Station and
lfisth St. station. New York: 8s and 736 Fulton at,
and ion Broadway, E. I).. Brooklyn.
Telephone " 37i") Thirty-eighth street " for Nw
Tork Central Cab Service. Batcgage checked from
hotel or residence by Westcott Expraas Company.
OEOBUE H. DANIELS, General Passenger Agent.
Lehigh Valley System.
Stations foot of West 3.1d St. . Penn. R. It.), Cortlandl
or Dvsbrobecs St.
Indicates time from Weat 3d St. Other flgnrea -show
tiiui' from Cortlandt or Desbrossea St.
6: 10, Ot'io A. M. dally (Sunday C:4ft, 7 A. M.) for
EAS li in and iuterniediate statlona.
TiftO, S:':o A. M. daily for wn kf.sbarrk.
BCRANTON, ITHACA. GENEVA, ROCHESTER, BUy
FAI.O. NIAGARA FALLS and th I West and principal
local points; dining car and chair car to Buffalo.
11:50, l'i:lH)i n daily, except Sunday.
"llliACK DIAMOND KXl'KESS."
Arrives Buffalo 0:55 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day
Coai hea and PurlorCars. Dining Car Servieo. Meal,
a la carte. Connects at Budalowltb through sleeper,
to Hetr nt and Chicago.
"lVii.-sO, 1:00 P.M. daily for EASTON. MAUOH
CHINK. WILKEsllAHRE, SCRANTON aud coal
brunches. Chair car to Eastou.
:iifto. 4:10 p. M daily, except Sunday, for
WILKKSBAEHE, PITTS TON, SCRANTON and prin
cipal mil rni. 'Unto stations. Connects for all point,
in coal regions. Pullman Bullet Parlor Car for
1-4:50, 7i::o P. M. daily, except Sunday, for EAS
TON ami .uliilu- di..t..- stall, ins.
li.'.ii. 7:I5 1'. M. Sunday, only, for MAUOH
CHl'NK and n.l -rino li.ilo etali"iin.
5:50, 0:10 P. M daily, except Sunday, for EAS
TON and principal iiitennediaie atationa,
0:50, 7::0 P. M. dally for BCFFALO. NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points Weat. Pullman deeper vesti
bule tram N. V. to Cliic.tgo. sleeper, to Buffalo and
Toronto. Dining Cir New York to Easton.
7:40, S:tl ) P. M. daily, except Sunday, .tunning
onlv at NOI'TH PI VINFIEI.Ii. EABTON, BETHT.K
HEM. MATCH CHINK. SAYRF, GENEVA. ROCHES
TER. BATAVTA, IH'FI'VI.o aud TORONTO. Pullnian
aleeiier for Butlalo. Nouo bnt sleepiug-car paaaen
gers carrleil. No basgtga rairled.
8i0, Hl.fO P. M. rt.iily for W1LKESBAKRE. ITH
ACA. GENEVA. ROCHESTER, Bl'FFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points Woat. Pullman aleeper to
Additional local traina daily, except Sunday, fof
SOUTH PI.AINFIELD, BOUND BROOK, and Interna
diate polnla, leave as followa:io3o, 10:ft0. 10d0,
inn. i Sundays only) A. M., 2:20, 3:o, '8:60,4:10.
S:ftOal.l ll-.'HIP. M.
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at 118, 3.1,
370. 85ft, I'M -Hid 1131 Broadway. 81 East 14th St.,
lftu E. I'Jftlh at., 137 Bowery. N. '.: HBli Fulton .1, 4
Court st.. US B'way, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn.
N. Y. Trau-fi rC i. mil call fur and check IjaggAgg
from hotel or resilience through to destination.
DKLAWAKE. LACKAWANNA A WEST.
KIIN II. n.
Still Ions In New lurk, foot of Iturclaiy and
VE9TIIHI.F. TUAI.VS, I'l I.I.MAN HIFFET
I'AltS, 1MNTSCH LK.Hr.
8:0O A. l. Iliii.iiiiinl.iii M.ul. si "ps .it principal
1:IS1 A. W.- Cifr Carl Ruffalo. S.ranton, Blng-
li.iml'"). nwi ,'... Ithaca. Elinira, I Ilea, Hvracusa,
ami O.wi-go Jvpies.. I'-ii.jii.in I. ill. : onrli'i' cars.
Couiieciing.it Bun.ilowllh trains for Chicago and
1:04) V. JI.- Hall. 1 In. ago aud Buffalo vesllhuled
express for s. rautou, liiiighamtoii and Eluilra, Aav.
Pullman bufl. t parlor . ars to Ellulra. Througbi
sleeping cars and day coach lo Chicago, arriving a.
4 17. !'. If. Iievtd ii.
4:(HI 1. l. -s. i-iiuiiiii. VVilki sbarre nnd Plymoutal
I iprea.1 I'lilliiiau tniffet parlor cars.
7:1MI I'. II !'.' . ' IlicAUU iahlilile I.llulti'U Ex
pn ss for S. rnnl.-.i Ii n-.'li.iiiil'.lt. I'.lmlra. Buffalo.
Tin mub buffet ileciiug car Nov Y.ik to Chicago.
Dllliliu' car west uf Hull ilo.
S::i I'. II.- i'.: ii on' . Evprcas. Pullsnaa
sl"i pi is for Si r.iiit".. Bili'.'lisiiitioi. Kliiura, Bath,
Mt. M inis.ind Bnffalo. arriving Buffalo h A. M.
i::ni I', ti. n. ui.-. I, ..ualo. Scr.intoii, Biugbanv
ton, Owegn, Ithaca, Elmiru. Sjracuae, Uichdeld
Spring., olid iiwigo l-'ipress. l'ulluiau buffasj
Ti III Is sml Pullman arcoinnii'ihitinns at Henry
Gac A Sons. I. id.. I I'l Hi-., "lu . , ' Park plore, 430
and U43 Broadway, 1 1. -l..t ., .o Kerry -tations, II I
I'l. Hi., or. 13th ht.. Ill West l'.'7,'h at , '.'lift Oolnm-
i.us ,i.. New Voik: 'i:ih and 7311 I ulion at. and 100
Broadway. Mm 'kl. o. 'Inn. tabl- -. giviugfull infor
niatiuii at .11 statiuu..
Westcott'. Express C "in.- in w ill callforan.1 ch.ck
baggage from linlel or residence to deatination.
New York and Boston All Rail.
N. Y , V ll. a. ii. R p.. nod coMhoctiona.
I'i. in Grand C utial Station.
Leave Bi way of Da.
tun A.M.. Sui'iuullcl.i uiiil W iirester, 11:110 EM.
IIIIHIA M '' .. I. .lid nail. I P ..ill. lire, H.iul I'M,
llll:".: A.M., NewLoll'lnlllid Provuleui e. 4:35 P.M.
I.'- ill. Spriugllrlil and Wmi I.i, 6:40 P.M.
I I mi P.M., Air Line. ui Willimsiitic. uiajpM.
1:03 P.M.. -'i-w Londi'ii.in 1 1'rio.ilenee, 7.1K1 P..M.
Il.i.n p M.. -Niwljii.di.il an i PiOvldence li (si P.M.
4:00 P.M., .spniig-ieid and Wui islcr, 1 i isi P.M.
Ii.uiii P.M.. 'New London and Hrovidi ncc.ll () P.M.
ii u P ii . soringiiidd and '..:. -icr, n:ifi a.m.
13 "i P.M.. 'New I." ltd. iiallil Pro ..1 ni-i . C.jft A.M.
' linns did . in. liidlug SilllU.) -
I I Bay Slat. Limited, .ill parlor car.; fai.7.ln
Ciiidlug p... I Tiarae.it.
7 n Liu - Limit il. arrives and ib paria from Pork
K'liiaiv si, in . I,, B lalou. Return a.rvie. aama hoiaff
ami by same route.
I Will at .pat 135th St.
Through xvirl... Zfjjl f mh ygk IrUs
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