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0 THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1808. n
I ;Sva" Millinery
lf The Opening of the Show
I The Exposition Days are to-day, to-morrow and Thurs
day. The first view is given at eight o'clock this morning.
Concerning a matter of such extent and importance, there must neces
sarily be left unsaid much more than can be told within newspaper limitations.
A showing of this character passes the merely mercantile and gets well within
the boundaries of Art itself. Description is hopeless, forcible suggestion is
hardly less so. One could no more teU of such a collection than he could
adequately describe a sunset.
It is the largest and best showing we have ever prepared. For eight
j g tenths of the readers of this, that statement will be quite sufficient.
Generalities are easy. The exposition covers exhaustively all that is
best of the Parisian thoughts in Autumn millinery. The designers' names are
known through Christendom ; we need not print them. They are personal
selections and exclusive productions. Paris itself, aside from their designers,
has not seen them ; this showing being in advance of the first Parisian Fall
opening. '
Regarding these Paris Hats, we will to-day sell
Fifty, at $25 Each.
This is about one-half the actual cost of landing them here.
This offer is common enough some months later, after the hats
have lost some of their freshness and novelty. On an opening'
day, we think it unprecedented.
Do not confound these French Bonnets with the frauds that fill the
market. Counterfeits of the tickets and trade-marks of every prominent Paris
milliner can be bought in New York. They sell largely, and such as know
the labels are surprised at their extensive use in places where one could never
suspect misrepresentation.
With these imported models, the best that France can produce, is
shown America's best, our own productions. More than two thousand of
these are on view, each a separate and distinct idea.
Great attention has been given the features of
Mourning Millinery (largely from Mangin-Maurice),
Children's Millinery and late English styles in Turbans and Hats
for Walking and Wheeling.
In all of these you will find our superiority maintained and emphasized.
- ' i i. ...ii-
In connection with the Millinery Exhibit a showing of
j I Latest Fancies in French Neckwear
among them numbers of superb examples of the work of Poret and Corne.
No private invitations have been issued for this occasion.
it JOHN WANAMAKER
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Ninth and Tenth Streets.
CoUeflts una SHhtil.
War Girls Young Women-City Country
I MISS BAIRD'SlHSTITUTE JZ,
KOHWALK, CONN.
18th yr. Primary, Academic, and Collets Prepara
tory Courses. Music, Art, sud the Languages. Cere
ful attention to monk and manners. New buildings,
team beat, gymnasium. Incandescent light. Clrcu-
ACADBMY
ST. MARY W THE LAKE.
On Sept. IB. 181)8. the SI8TKB8 OF MERCY will
pen a Boarding School and Day Academy III the far
famed Winter Resort. LA KKWOOD. OjjBatJEfflr1
apply to MOTHER SUPERIOR. IT. eOSKPUB CON
TENT, BORPESTOWN. N. J.
St. Martha's Industrial School,
BRONX VI LLK, N. Y. .
EndeT the charge of the SISTERS OK ST. J08EPH OF
JLAZARKTH (Episcopal). Industrial training forglrls
a good character to make them good housekeepers.
farms, SjlflO year. No vacations.
ST. GABRIEL'S SCHOOL (Episcopal).
Boarding School for Girls. Collegiate and Prepara
tory Departments. Preparation for College.
Address THE BISTER IN CHARGE,
PEEKBKILL. NKW YOKE.
For Young Bf on Women-City Country.
TeRGBGRiFGeCDGGG.
Uornlnaslde Heights, 180th St., West.
ALL CLASSES OPEN TO BOTH
. , BEX KB. EXAMINATIONS SEPT. 32.
FjOFClOsS MEW TEACHERS HAVE BEEN EN-
GAGED. AND NEW CLASSES WILL
JYiann BK organized to acoommo
o iT 1 DATE ALL desirable APPLI
ohool. CIRCULARS and other infor-
mimwmMW-
REtrENTh' EXAMINATIONS.
NEW YORK
J PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
IS West 4Sd St.. nsr oil) av.. New York, and 200
Jormlsmou St., near Court at., Brooklyn.
Fail Twin begins MONDAY. OCTOBER 8, 18BS.
Day or evening sessions. The fas In any courss pro
vides for Instruction until the student hss successfully
passed Lbs sxamiuatiou. Annual Catalogue on up
IdlcaUou to SB lUtrar B
Principals.! OAMKRKR. LI..B.
Prealdent Board of Directors: ASA o. GALLUP,
V. A., formerly of lUgeuts' oflloe, Albany.
arrrjosKrii's SCHOOL fOH THE iii.ini),
Conducted by the Sisters of HI. Joseph,
JERSEY CITY JIKIGHTS, N. J.
A school for ths thorough training of tbs blind,
nuder ths direction of a most competent teacher, a
strsdusU of the New York Institute for the Blind. It
seems marvellous what the blind are capable of
ausu trained by proper means; they are niusl with
islr sighted slaters and brothers. Board and tui
tion, $100 per session. The largest achool for ths
Kind In ths States.
Friends' Seminary,
lOlb St., ear, Hutberfortl Place, New York.
Friends' School,
104-114 Schermerhorn Street, Hroohlyn.
Open Sept. 10, ihuh. Non sectarian schools for
keys ansf girls of all ages. Graduates are prepared
VVrKliOTOV (N..) SEMINARY. -Coeducational.
A Sssad fur Illustrated uatslogua.
' 111111 Illlllgfg.
(ToUrgt Hud gttlxtHU.
For Young Hen Women City A Country.
REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS.
2 ad term of the Senftner School begins Oct. 8, 18B8.
One tuition for any course until the student baa suc
cessfully passed the examination. For catalogue ad
dress " SECRETARY" BKNFTNER SCHOOL,
18 Astor place, N. Y. city.
For Hoys Young Men City Country.
GYMNASIUM with
Class and
Individual Instruction.
Physical Examination.
SHOWER ini SWIMMINQ BATHS,
With clear well water.
Bowling. Baaketball, Handball, no.
Bathe and Qyinnealnm NOW OPEN.
CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. IB.
SEND FOB PROSPECTUS.
CENTRAL BRANCH
Vounj Men's Christian Association,
SOS FULTON ST., BEOOKLYN.
"betts academy,
olAMCOKl), CONN. 60th Year.
Prepares for college or business. Special advantages
to students desiring to save time In preparation.
HOME LIFE and the INDIVIDUAL the keynotes.
WM. J. BEITS. M. A. (Yale), Principal.
DWIGHT SCHOOL
FOR, BOYS,
IS West 43d St., Near nth Av.
Nineteenth yesr begins Sept. at, lsltg.
For annual catalogue address
Principal ARTHUR WILLIAMS (Tale).
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE srs.l5
i or West End Ave. .Wednesday, Sept. 38tn. Thorough
Colleglete Preparation. Intannediats and Primary De-
fiartmcnli; optional military drill; gymnasium, hot
ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE
BALTIC ST., IIBOORLYN.
For boarders and day scholars, reopens Sept. 11
Terms reasonable. Band for catalogue.
PENNSYLVANIA HILITABY COU.EUE,
Chester, Fa. 87th yesr begins Sept. 14. "A
Military School of the highest order.' U. 8. War
Dept. Courses with degrees: Civil Engineering,
Chemistry. Arts. Preparatory Couraes. Infantry.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY.
BROPENED SEPT. T. Applications should he made
at uuce. Vacancies liraited. , .
Address Brother AUGUST. West Chester, N. Y.
Berkeley School, 20 West 44th St.
Autumn half begins Monday, Sept. 10.
The headmaster wUl be at the school dally to meet
parents after Sept. IB. t
I l I IIIMMMHIIBMIIIIIII
College and Srhoola.
Business Colleges.
bookkeepihgTshorthahd.
Actual Business Practice from the Start.
Penmanship. Typewriting. Arithmetic. Spelling.
Commercial Law. Correspondence. Telegraphy.
INDIVIDUAL, INSTRUCTION.
Best possible work. Lowest possible price. None
better at any price. Bend postal card for circular.
ASSOCIATION BUSINESS INSTITUTE,
SSd St.. Y. M. '. A. Untitling.
THE PACKARD SCHOOL
Now open after the summer vacation. Bookkeeping,
arithmetic, penmanship, correspondence, stenogra
phy, typewriting, commercial law, civil government,
Ac. Individual Instruction. Students may enter
at any time. Call or send for prospectus,
S. S. PACKARD. President,
101, 10B, 106 East ISd St.
STENOGRAPHY FREE NIGHT CLASS
AND Personal registration daily, V
TYPEWRITING to before oot it.
TBAININn Daily IIA.M, tslP. M-
I K Airtinu COACHING. All Systems.
SCHOOL. Club Bates. NFF.KDINO.
S BAST 4SD ST. F. K. Parrlsh, Instructor
Long Island Business College,
143 to la South 8th et., Brooklyn.
Registered by tbs University of the State of
New York.
Prepares for all phases of business In the moat
thorough and practical manner. For prospectus ad.
drees, call or telephone HENRY C. WltlOHT, Prln.
UCCCI CV CPlinni formerly Pratt Institute,
ntr rlX I ObnUULi Department of Commerce
SSB Ryerson St., Bookkeeping. Stenography.
Bin )()K LVN. Typewriting, Languages.
New York Branch, Regents, Civil Service,
87 E. 44TH STProof reading. Beglnany Una
GREGG'S BHORTHAND the future stenography;
actual business; bookkeeping. Rutherford's
School, St. Jamea Building, Broadway and 10ft.
NKW YORK BUBINESS INSTITUTE-Afforde thor
ough education for business. ACADEMIC. BOOK
KEEPIKO, Correspondence, Banking. Penmanship,
Telegraphy , SHORTHAND and TYPEWIHTINO De
partmsuU; day and evening sessions. Call or write.
0. C.OAINE8, Prss., HI East 116th St., N. Y.
CTENOORAPHY, typewriting achool. Bit Broadway,
OlTY.i II week. Write or call mornings, except
Saturdays.
Blualcal.
BUSS t'ABOUKK MABEN,
Teacher of Piano and Ilaruiouy. Diploma from
Kllnd worth Bcharwenka Conservatory, Berlin. Vlr
II Clavier gg AIX,
Sehools for Lengueges.
Moutclsilr Institute of rorelgn Lauiuassi,
BIS Orange road. New Jersey. Board and day schol
ars. At least learn Portuguese and Spaniah and do
business from North to South Pole.
Sehools of Elocution and Dramatic Arte.
STAGE INSTRUCTION. Ladies and gentlemen
thoroughly and practically prepared for ths pro
fessional slags, snd secured positions when coups-
LVaWRlffcVsCHogrA'0Tn.O. IDS Ws.ta.dst.
9ff.ff ef BtMettCf.
negessesenss iiissi si - ;i TT , -., . i , I "- -' '
Millinery
For the Autumn Hanson
Will be exhibited To-lny nnd To-ltforrow,
Hept ember SOtta nnd 2 1st.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
jjmtHs.mrutn.
pLIIASUBF-0iiTMU0US 06BS.t
lALACE PBllFOBMAlfCEP.il.8d ar.
FRANCIS CARLYLE at 00. IN ''J 0BUM8'
MASON MITOHEIJ, THE " BOUOM BIDEB."
CLINTON ELDER (vaudeville debut), Jones, Orant
and Jones. Oeo. W. Day. McAvoy and May,
Sohrods Bros.. Wargreph, others. 25c. 6O0.
PRflPMR'S CoRthiiivt Performance. W
inuuiun Oaa,, 500. iSiSotoioior.M.
HABBY WOODRUFF in a new comedy.
MAUDE BANKS a NESTOR LSNNON (raud. debut).
Hilda Thomas and Frank Barry, Manhattan a. Al. H.
WllsoUtFrobsl and Rugs, wargraph: otters.
THE HOME OF DEBUTS NOVELTIES, STARS l
MADISON IMRE KIRALfY'S"
tf?RDEN. i NAVAL
Dslly 3:30. 8:30. nTTAIir
ush NIGHTS. SHOW.
ggo. . 60o. s75c.jSls ,
ETUDIDC THEATRE, B'way and 40th at
SilwlFirggi Kvenlngs. B:20. Matinee 2:ir..
CHARLES FIIOHMAN Manager
Last 6 nights, last Saturday matinee
thts season In New York at the Empire, of
WILLIAM SECRET
GILLETTE fsm'u. SERVICE.
Saturday night. Olllette's Farewell. Special o-caelon.
Next Monday -JOHN DREW in THE LIARS.
Beata ready to-morrow, 9 A. M.
ACADEMY Mth B't. and Irving n.
E. O. Ollmore at Eugene Tompkins. . .Prop'rs at Mgrs.
LAST Denman
WEEK Thompson
THE OLD HOMESTEAD
LAST MATS. WED. A BAT. AT 1. EVE. BUS.
Monday. Sept. 3o " 8FORTINQ LIFE."
eiSRIPH THEATRE, 86th at. near Broadway.
BnnilfB Erenlngs, 8:16. Saturday Mat.
Hoyt McEee, Lessees: Charles Frohman, Man.
2D M0NTH-LAUGHIN6 TRIUMPH.
Herald- llnVT'ft Evening World
A good laugh, nulla Hoyt la a good tonic.
HILARIOUS MUSICAL FARCE,
A DAY AND A NIGHT.
MADISON SQUARE Ja?hE.nBearB way.
3RD CROWDED WEEK.
"Success. Menr aid hearty laughter. Herald.
Cberlearrohmao presents ..
STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, tM..
,ntcortm(.dyth0,iy',A BRACE OF PARfRIDBES.
Evenln-s78:80. Saturday MaUnee. 1:16.
KNICKERBOCKER, $7& Sf. S... ifis.
Mr HOPPER
in STRWTsocsa comic opera, the
CHARLATAN.
By John Philip Sousa and Chas. Klein.
BROAOWAY S.SS'.tl1? 'MaUne. Sat. at 1.
FRANCIS WILSON AND COMPANY
In Smith and Englander's
" The Oreateat of Wilson's Successes,
THE LITTLE CORPORAL.
WALLACE'S. laStsahaI:
STUART ROBSON
In Aueustus Thomas's
THE MEDDLER.
Sept. HI Alice Nielsen Opera Oo.
LYCEUM --S0THERN.
ANTHONY HOPE'S
brilliant romance,
4iiiM:
AMERICAN A. DOROTHY.
"d succsasful year CASTLE RO. OPERA CO
' The liest light opera chorus in N. Y. Herald.
Eva's HI". TaS. , 7. 1. Nothing Higher.
Mate Wed.. Sal: 3:15. ijOOBM'D SEATS, 20c.
Neit Wcek-A TRIP TO AFRICA.
IfCITIII CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
IVCI I llO 26c., r.u,-. Noun to 11 P. M.
"hUNOARIAN BOYS' BAND.
ISA.BKLT.E EVEHHON, ROSE KYTINOE and CLEM
ENT BvlNURIDoE in " That Overcoat. Roflx,
Pearl Audrewe, Biograph, LilUe Western, fcc
THE DAWN OF FREEDOM.
K08TER & BIAL'S. Jig; 3
trt-rfSo IN GOTHAM "BlarCest,'
""Iro FOREIGN VAUDEVILLE STARS.
naOTrSb'S CONTINUOUS "
PASTOR O FERFORMANCES.
1 a noon to 1 1 P. M. Seats 20 and 30 cents
xt ii'li ('OI'H'I'SF.V THE BLONDELLS,
MVoE WEIX'li ETJyETJJNY PASTOR.
nnilin opeua- asd at. a mats. wed.
GmNU HOISE. Bthav. AV?,BAT'.
AI'lU'STTS PITOU Lessee and Manager
cSirngM, WOMAN & SONG.
HERALD SECOND BIO WEEK,
square THE FRENCH MAID.
THEATRE. EtbJs.W
MURRAYyi'EATMat. Every Day.
KNTIRE House, Matluens, 30c. i Evgs, 25c. and aoc.
"'"'cs'cr11" I We'e';. YOUHg MfS. WI.tll.0H.
SAM T. JACK'S Theatre,
f) B'way and ath at
YM 2 BIO SHOWS EVERY DAY. 3 AND i.
r I.AltHIH.I.K DUMESNIL.
Psw nii Bnrlesijuers. Living Pictures.
IIICDtD t, CICI HC MI'BIO Both st. A Broadway.
Wtbtn & rltLUO HALL Mats. Wed. and Bat.
The aame old ttpnarloua success,
ThoseTh"ngs, H U R LY BURLYs
511. AVE. THEATRE, B'WAY AND 28TH ST.
Ev'jjs, B:1B; Hat. Mat.. 2:110.
Ill TENTH WEEK IN NEW YORK.
CHARLES COGHLAN in THE ROYAL BOX.
U as -Um 0P H0U,B Sat' &.?.
Harlem gayest Manhattan;
tuc ncivcv coziest nocsE in new york.
I Ht Utntl. ilKill ROLLER BURLKtHjUEKH.
1TH ST.. ir,c, Sftc. VAI'DEVILLK asc.,600.
8D k TH AVS. Mate, dally at a. S.
WORLD IN WAX TjT'aTOTr7iP9'
(eiTctrS . JPrisal ClltaiATOtlRAPa.
MANHATTAN THEATRE, Md gZT
sKKi;WjTHE TDRlM.
r.v'1 P.AS1NQ dCBFWMK0!,TH,
BAY UHwinU I VODIILK UANPTI
If I Ml Every Evening at 8:10.
IIAI V"X A Rt'NAWAA' OIUL.
U His I 9 I Matinees Wsd. sndJJat. at
eas. Broadway, below 14th St. Oal.liio.
STAR John Martln'i Secret o:p&
COLUMBUS.
CIIAl'NCEV OI.COTT Sweet Inulsuarra.
IKVINd i'l.Ali: TIIKATltE. IMntluee
THE I.II.II'I'TIANS IN Wed.
THE OOI.Ii:s IIORSKSMOE. I aud Sat.
III.IOU. TO MORROW EVENINO, DEBUT'OT
8AH BERN ARU '" - "'m'hwan.
BBADI aC'ft DAl'ttHTKROFCIlUA.
PstJVIlpgss 1 T1ST REO-TAf FEARS
rooklun muiirmnttii.
& IMIONTAUK. SVilliS:
Two Weeks. MATIN KEH Wed. and Sat.
CHAS. FROHMAN'S ISO.OOO Productlnn.
THE WHITEmHIEATHKR.
ireseo1csyineiga
1 MAMMOTH SCI0 MOTDataat.
MNrWwTrWiMNwWtWtWNlTWrWItwWiwW
A $5.00 SHOE FOR 3.50
$3.50 Lm-wss H $3,5
$3.50 Jk. P $3.50
$3.50 T B( $3.50
$3.50 WA. $3'5
i W. L. DOUGLAS
g $3.50 8HOE mthWorld.
Indorsed bv over 1,000,000 wearers.
The style, fit sod wear cannot be ex
celled at any price. All kinds of
S leather. All the modern styles. All
widths. One price, $3.30.
BOYS WEAR W. L DOUGLAS
$2.50 SHOB. Same quality as the ;
men's. Very stylish.
5 See then at our exclusive steree.
g NEW YORK: . 14 Broadway,
Oartla-dt St., 74, SSOS Third Ae 9
E 816 West ISBth St., 84S Eighth Awa., 1
114 Fulton St.
E BROOKLYN: Toe, 710. 18JT Broadway, 9
! 481 Fulton St., 404 Fifth At.
C JERSEY CITY: 10 Newark Are.
NEWARK t 75 Broad St. a
ODD CHAIRS REDUCED.
For instance, Green 'Wood Bookers now
S5.00 (were $6.00) and about 60 more
from that price and style, to Leather Up
holstered ones at $14.50 (were $17.00).
In a largo business like ours, there Is a
constant accumulation of odd pieces ; so it
pavs to look around for bargains at any
season. , . , , .
Every article well mads and In perfect
taste, us you
"BUY OPJTtleMAKftrt"
Geo. C.FfciNT Co.
43.45 AMD 47 WEST 23TST.
NEAR BWOAPwAV.
FACTOWY: 154- AND 156 WEST I97STWCCT
Cfinn Hotels xnA 2Uturjttttt.
This list appears Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Hotel Information Free.
Tor booklets of American. European Hotels,
FALL RESORTS,
AUo Hates of Apartments In Hotels below, call or
addreaa me ml stump)
Hotel Tarltr Bureau,
it3 Fifth Ave., Sew York,
96 Rerrnt St., London,
4S Hue tfe Itlvoll, I'ari.v.
HOTEL POCKET GUIDE
GRATIS.
(A. P., American Plan: E. P., European; Op.. Open.)
ATLANTIC CITY.St. Charles, Op. all yr., A. P., It up
do. Sea81deHouae,Op.allyr..A.P..tSup. O.Erans
ALBANY, N. Y Hotel Kenmore, A. P., SB up
BALTIMORE, Sid The Carrollton, A P., S3 up
BERNABD8VILLR, N. J.Someraetlnn. Open to Not. 1
BETAN HOUSE, Larchmont-on-Sound. Op. to Dec. 1
BOSTON. Mass Hotel Vendome, A P., $5
do Hotel Brunswick, E. P., Sl.r-0; A. P., S5
do. Copley Sri. Hotel.E. P.,(1.60 up; A. P..S3.G0 up
HOfllNKMOt'TH.Eiis.Itiiyal Bath Hotel. A.P..S to SS
BROOKLYN, N.Y.TheBt. George, E. P.. tl ; A. P. SB up
do The Mansion House, A. P., (3 up
CHICAGO, 111 '1 he Virginia, A. P., S8.60; E. P.. $1 .CO
DEAL, N. J. ..Hathaway Inn; op. entire yr. ; golf links
EXKTEH, Eng., lloral Clarence, A. P.. S3; E. P., Sl.BO
LONDON, England Hotel CucIL E. P., ti up
! Westminster; high class. Resi
dential HoU-1, unexcelled for
culalne,con)fort; moderate tariff
NEWIHAVEN, Conn Hotel Savoy, E. P.. tl up
NEW ORLEANS, L. . .Hotel Qrunewatd, E. P.. tl up
do The Cosmopolitan Hotel, E. P., Sl.BO up
NKW YORK Fifth Avenue Hotel, A. P., (S up
do The Netherland, E. P..S3; A. P., f Sup
do. Hotel llun.iv.-r (r.th av. ft 15th st.) Op. Oct. 1
do. Htl Endicott (BlsttColumbus) ap., S3.B0: e.p.. S3
do. (Chambers ft B'way) Cosmopolitan, E.P., f 1 up
do. TheGerlach.6BW.37thst.. a p. S3 50; e.p. .11. no
PHlLADELPHIA,Fa.Aldine,a.p.S8.B0up;e.p.fl.BOup
do. (Restaurant Alc.ftTdh.)TheLafayctte,E.P.f 1 up
PLYMOUTH, Eug., Orand Hotel, A. P., S3; K. P. si. 50
BAKATOOA Sit is.. United States Hotel, op. till Oct, 1
SYRACUSE. N. Y., Yates Hotel. K. P., Sl.BO; A. P., (4
WASHINGTON, D. O Arlington Hotel, A. P., tfi
' do Hotel Gordon, A. P., SB up; E. V. S3.S0 up
do The E. P.. Sl.BO up
Sherman Square Hotel,
BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST.
AMERICAN PLAN.
Strictly a family hotel; choice suites, furnished
or unfurnished, to rent by the season or ear.
Cuisine aud service of the highest order. Rates
reasonable. Location convenient to all parte of the
city.
WALTER LAWRKNOE, Manager.
BREVOORT HOUSE.
FIPTHAVE AND HTH 8T., NKW YORK.
NEW ANNKX NON. IS ANI 17 FIFTH AVE.
AM Hit HAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS
for transient anil permanent guests.
Service a la aerie from B A. M. to 1 A. U .
THE BREVOORT lis. an ESTABLIMHED REPU
TATION aud Is particularly noted for the exoellssoe
of its oooklug-
Apartineuta for ths sesson may be aeoured at spe
cial low rates If enuauad before Oct. 1.
JA1MKB ft MEYER, Propristors.
THE SLEVIN HOTEL.
IsTU ST. AND 7TH AV.
For gentlemen, on ths European plan. SI per day;
special rates for large and small rooms, by the week
or month. HUGH SLEVIN, Proprietor.
Snraia,
JF you wsnt a patent quick call or write to
LAWYER, room S3, r.fi Liberty St.. H. T.
PATENTS for luventlonsprocured promptly; low
rstss. ROKDElt ft BR1ESEN, Hi Nassau at., N.Y.
BsUblished 1B6A,
ttm jHttmtt$.
AMERICAN LINE.
NEW YUBK-BOin'UAMl'TON-I.ONDON.
Bailing Baiurclars at Noon.
Balgenlanil ept. 3 I Rk)iiland Ont. IS
ePcuUland 0t. 1 Uelgeulaud Out. 33
Second cabin to London S37.BO.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-BOUTHAMPTON-ANTWERP.
Sailing every Wednesday at Moon.
i Kensington Sept. 11 I Frleeland Oot B
loordland Sept. tn tSoutbwark Oct. 13
Second cabin to Loudou Saa.ftu. Antwerp S4S.OO,
Paris SB0.0O.
ti'liese st. awers carry second-cabin aud steerage
passengers only. Staterooms, dining saloon, smog
rug rooms, bathrooms, promeuade deck, Ac, amid
snll'S where the motion Is hsstusrisutlble.
IntkbnatioSal Naviqation company,
Wars 14 and 16. N. River, OIBoe. t) Bowling Oreea.
CUNARO LINE ABh
ci3n&OZxi3Smo 2.
litdl rt-a-klF -1Wtaira
to japan ANn CHINA.
to HONOLULU, FIJI, "" USTMLT ,
&V8 IS &&&-
WJilftrFORTO RICO.
anra T"'
The Cuban i Pp-Anerlcin Expreti Co.,
bs bboadwat, 5y toril
FRENCH LINE.
COMPAGHIE 6ENERALE TRANSATLAHTIQUE.
DIBB0T LINE TO RAVBJB-PAB1S (FBAH0JB).
Balling aifollows t lOA.H.,.,,,. ..
From Pier No. 43. North BlTer, 'Jf?10;- 1B
TiorSadle....B.Ta4 Laffiww4..-Oe.lS
&TAcyforP:ranaba
niRECT TO PARIS, LOKBON.HAMByBO.
EBlmerek,eiVa3te A M. iF.BIsiriarekctJp. S AM.
KkUtia.Siep.4, li:SOA.aa.FatTla. .... S. II A ,!.
MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NEW YORK. BOCKLWn) AND BAJTOOBrNB,
Btesmers leave New York every THURSDAY at 4
T lFtoT BOCKXAND. CAUDKN. gfS&K(
POST and BANGOR, Me., connecting with aU rail
"nObTbASTPOBT AND BT JOHN USX-
BteamersWe New York every BATUBpaT rtt?.
M. for EASTPOBT. Me., direct, connecting at EAST-
Srn3.r.Ewifrom ""fcHorthBlr MM
received dally uutll 6 P. M. Other Unee to Ibe pu
into operation shortly. AUoompeUiuj rates Promptly
uSL 'a3P1r?gSgjgk
HAIM! RTE4MSHIP CO.
DIRE0T LINE TO PORTLAND. MAINE,
Connecting with all railroad and steamship lines to
all summer resorts. B. S. HoraUoHaU I (new) i and
Manhattan leave Pier No. 88, E.R. fpotof Market at.,
every Tueeday, Thursday, and Saturday et 6 P. M.
Stesmers fitted with every modern Improrement for
the oomfort and convenience of passengers. Tiokes
offices, No. 178 Broadway, corner Ohambere st, ana
ths General Office. No. 33 4 South St.
HORATIO HALL, Q. F. A., No. 333 South gt.
NORTH OERMAK LLOTD BTrAMBHrPOg.
SHORT BOTJTETO LONPOM AND OON TIM BUT.
FAST EXPRESS STEAMERS. ..-.
TraTe,'r.,Sept3010A.M.L4irI,Oo.4, WA-K.
LFriedrlch.Be.3.10 AM.lKTWa.O..Oot. 11, 10 A.M.
OBXRICHS ft CO., a Bowline Qreem.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
Delightful tours to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk,
Sewport News, Petersburg, Portsmouth. Plnner-e
olnt, Richmond, Virginia Beaoh, Va., and Washing
ton, D. O. Freight and passenger steamers sail irrom
Pier 3S, North River, every week day. except Satur
day, at S P. M.. and Saturday et4 PTlt.
W. L. QU1LLAUDEU. Vlce-Pree't and Trafflo Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK QUEENSTOWN LTVEBPOOL.
OerrnanlcHept 31, noon I CymricOct, 4 8:80 A.M.
Teutonic. . .Sept. 2, noon BriUnnio Oct. 6, noon
Saloon rates on Cymric, SB5 up; Germanic Britan
nic, STB up; Majeatlo, Teutonic, SlOO np; second
cabin, S43.&0 upward; third olaas on Cymric, Ger
manic end Britannic, S3B.B0; on Majeatlo and Teu
tonic. S37. Revenue tax additional.
For passage, freight snd general information apply
to """" 'white STAR ljnk, ,
Pier 45, North BlTer. Omoe, Broadway, New Tort.
JriexmtoHt.
Boston and New England Points,
VIA BOUND LINES.
FALL RIVER LINK For Fall River. Boston,
snd New England points. Bteamers Prlectlla and
Puritan. Orchestra on each. Leave Pier 1U. N. B
foot of Warren st., week dare and Sunday a at 6:oo P.
M. Steamer from New York Sundays only, touches
at Newport. On oOjer days of the week Provldenoe
Line eastward eteamere touch at Newport.
PROVIDENCE I.INK-For Newport. Provi
dence. Boston and the Best. Steamers Plymouth and
Rhode Island. Orchestra on each. Leave Pier 18,
N. R, foot of Murray st, week days only, at 8:15
P. M., touching at Newport. R L (Monday mornings
excepted!. On Monday runnings Fall River Line
Bteamers touch at Newport.
8TONINOTON LINE For Stonington, Watch
Hill, Boston and all pointe Eaat Bteamers Maine and
New Hampshire. Leave Pier 88, N. It., one block
above Canal St., week days only, at 8:00 P. M.
NORWICH LINE For New London. Worceeter,
Boston snd the East. Steamers City of Lowell and
City of Worcester. Leave Pier 88, N. R, one block
above Canal st, week day only,
Hudson River by Daylight.
PALACE IBON DAY LINE STEAMERS
"MEW YORK" AND "ALBANY."
Finest and fastest river steamers in the world.
Daily except Sunday.
Leaves Brooklyn, Fulton st, (by Annex), 8 A.M.
New York. DesbroasesSL Pier, 8:40 "
" West 32d St, Pier
For ALBANY, landing at Yonksrs, West Point.
Newburgh, Poughkeepsle, Kingston Point, Catskill
and Hudson. Best route to the CATSKILLS. Spe
cial Saratoga train direct from the Albany wharf.
Through tickets NORTH, EAST, and WEST. Bag
gage checked from residence to destination by New
York Transfer Co.
MORNINU AMD AFTERNOON
Albany Evening Line
Steamers ADIRONDACK and DKAN RICHMOND
leave Old Pier 41, N. R, foot Canal St., at 8 P.M.
daily (Sundara evecpted), connecting with express
trains for pointe North. East and West.
CATSKILL EVENING LINE.
Steamers ONTEORA (new) and KAATEBSKILL
leave foot of Christopher at every week day at 8 P.M.
Trains for Cairo, l'alenvllle, Otis. Summit, Haines
Comers, connect.
HUDSON RIVER STEAMER MARY POWELL.
Daily (except Sundays). Leaving Deabrosses St.
8:15 P. M. (Saturdaya 1:48 P. M.l. West 33d St. 8:80
P. M. (Saturdays a P. M.). for CBA.STON,SJOOBN
WAI.L. NlWlil'llUH. NEW HAMBUBOH, MILTON,
PO'KEEPBIE, BONDOUT. and KINGSTON.
HARTFORD LINE
from Pierat, Esst River, daily axoept Sunday at S
P. M., for CouuecUcntiUver landings, connecting for
Springfield. Worcester. Boston, and all New England
points. Saturday excursions at reduced raise.
TROY BOATS.
FARE LOWER THAN ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Troy Excursion, $2.50. Searchlight on baits
Steamers leave Weet 10th at, dally, 8 P. M., except
Baturday. Sunday steamers touch at Albany.
HUDSON AND COXJ9ACKIE BOATS
leave foot of Christopher st every week day at tl F.
M., connecting with B. and A. R. R.
KINGSTON LINE. WeeTloth et-Dellr. 4 P.M.,
Saturdaya at 1. Steamsrs BALDWIN and BO
M KK, for Cranston's, Cornwall, Newburg, New Ram
burg, Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepsls, Hyde Park,
Eeopua, Kingston, connecting with U. A 1). K. It. for
all uolnta in Catskill Mountains.
NEW liAVEN.-FARESl; EXCURSION S1.R0.
Sundays, Excursion. SI. 00. Fact steamer leave Pier
38, E. R , week days, 8 P. M. snd 13 midnight sharp;
Sundays, 11:80 A.M. and 13 midnight sharp; week
day steamers ooonect on wharf with trains for Merl
deu, Hartford, Springfield and points North.
RAMBDFXL LDIB att atnre'iiaVe Plr34, N. R.,
foot Franklin st, for West Point. Cold Spring,
Cornwall, Flshklll Lauding and Newburg, weekdays.
8 P.M.; Sundays, SAM,
gailt..
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chamber.
street, as follows, and five minutes earlier from West
21ld street:
9.W A. M. Vestlbuled Express daily for Mm,
iW lisuiton. Wavcrlv. Ellnlra, Buffslo. Bradford,
srrlvea Buffslo 8 P. M. Parlor car to Buffalo.
9.1 K A. M. Vestlbultd Expresa dally for Port
x.t Jervls and Montlcelln. Dally, except Kumlav,
for Laokawaxun, Honeadala, and lmuortaut local
pointe to Klinlra. Pullmau Parlor car for Kliulra.
yjf, P- M. VesUbule Uiutted-Fast mall dally.
4..rJ Solid train for Chicago, arrtvea at Cleveland
7:40 A M.. Chicago 8 P. M. Slaspsrs to Chicago,
Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining car.
7.QA r. M. Buffalo aud Cleveland Vestlbuled
t)l Express dally, arrives Buffalo 7.n.", A. M
Bradford 7:2l A. M . Jamestown 7:00 A. M . Youngs
tow u 10:37 A. M , Clerelanil 12:80 P. M Sleepers to
Buffalo and Cluvulaud. Cafe Library Car.
9.1 K E Mt.-Daily aolld train for Blnghamton,
. 1J Eluiira. Waverly, Chleago. Sleepers to Hor
nellsvllle. Chicago and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
rrICKKT8. LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PULLMAN
J ACCOMMODATIONS at 111. US. 3H, 4U1. ami
t7 Broadway, 127 Bowery, 188 Eaat rjuih at, sud
2TB West 12Btll St. Clisuil.crs and West 2;ld St. fer-
Sss, New York; 838 aud 8H0 Fulton at , OB Broadwav
rooklyu; l'-'2 River st., Hoboksn, .unl Jarssy City
Station. New York Transfer Oo. calls for and cheeks
baggage from hotels am) residences to destination.
BALTIMOEE & OHIO E. B,
Leave New York. Whitehall Teriuluel, South Ferry,
and foot of Liberty Street.
Dally. tKxcept Huntley. fHuudays.
CHICAGO eaiSO A.M., tl :48PM .and l':l8i,lgbt.
Pni'BBl'RO, "4:80 A.M.. tJBOP. I , I r, p
13:1.1 night (4:30 A. M. trains from Liberty t. only
OINl INS ATI. ST LOCIB. ii:iio A. M . :M V M
NEW ORLEANS. 4:65 P. M. (through sleeper).
Tol8,9AYfik.?wHI,S,ISsAUALJT?M,)RE
t7:66, lO.OOlDlueri. 11:80 A. M. iDlneri, II ihi p'
M., 1:46 iD.ner). la.atxDtueri. .M, ili(ner). ft.So
F. W.aud 13:16 utght. NORFOLK, ) 1:80 A. M.
AU trains are illuwiuaud with Piutech light.
. ??cr -.Wii.1- 8 b i 1 ssvil teat
ji-rTrin.q-ir-i ..-.-h i mm gnsas..isiiiiis . . w 1
Pennsylvania
nALirJioAD.
STATIONS foot of Weet Twenty-third Street aaa)
Deehiossee and Oortlandl streets.
aT The leaving time from Deahros ses and Oort.
laredt streets is fen minutes lsssr then thst given
below for Twenty-third Street SUUon. .,
tiSO A. It, FAST MAIL-Pnllman Buffet Parlor
Oar Mew fork to Pittsburg, Sleeping Car Pittsburg
to Chicago. No coaches to Pittsburg.
tso ITS. FAST LINE.-Plttsburg and CIs ve an.
5 SO A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. -Pullmaa
Oompartment, Slenplng. Dining. Smoking and Ob-
serraUon Oars. For Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo,
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Louisville, St. Louis
llSOPTM. CHICAGO and ST. LOU18 EXPRESS.-.
For Nashville (via Cincinnati). (Milcago, St. tnils
a.SOP. M. WESTERN KXPRKSS-ForClevslanA
rhlcaaro For Telodo, except Haturclav.
.at? rf.SOUTrlWEHtF.RN EXPRESS -For
Pittsburg. Cincinnati, Indisnapolls. st Louis.
3ffrWl PAOIFIOEXl'RES.-For Pittsburg snd
Chicago. OonnecU for Cleveland, except Satnrdav.
a.an 'vM. MAIL AND EXPRESS. -Pullman Hufft
snieDlns; Car New York to Altoons. Eaat Liberty. S
PittsburgTand polnU West daily except Sunday.
WASHINGTON ANH THE SOUTH.
7iB0 si3of.:20, t:RO (Dining Car), 10:80 (Dining pan
7 a M 1280. 1:80(820 " Congresslonsl Lira.," all
Parlor and bluing Oars). 4:20 (Dining Csr). 4 fn
fifiSSSr Car), S:So P. M., 12or, night Sualav.
i-OB-2010:B0 (Dining Oal, A. M. (8:10 "(on
Sraesional'LlinV' all Fartor snd Dining Oars), 4lM
01ifOa!4:r(IMnlngCar), 8:80 P. M.. 13:06
BOTHEIIN Rn.WAY.-Kipress. 4:30 P. M.. 130S
ATI-VNtIOOAST UNE.-Kxpress.:30 A. M. sad
CHEaAFaUMND OHIO BAILWAY.-BO P. M
FOIvJlD POINT OOMTOBT and N0RF0LK.-7I8O
AM week days and 7 :40 P. M. dally.
tt ANTIOCITY 1:80 P. M. week days (Desbrossea
.rMiandt Stmts 5 10 P. M.). Through Vsstt-
buls?Trln? 'Snftt FaVto cixta. 'pasng.r Coach,
and Combined Coach.
BraAW ' !
OaS Oro've and PoTntFlsant jlnM Twej.
&S1.B0,T80BrBOO,P1. M:80rkni.ys.t:3M- k
! !8'P U. (frnn'lbroea and OortUndt Streets).
I 10 A.M.. 13:10. 2:80, 8:40. 4:30, 6:10, 7:00 K
a at ia'SOloO 3:80. 8:60, 4:30, 4:30 (DinlnS
Cart dftwWnlM Oar) 6:8(J (Dining; Car). 7:40.
tSawVmL ia:08nlght Btmdaya,a0,i:308i6O,
.30. .53 (Lmlted). 9:80, 10:60 (DliuOsr) A
fl1.. 80 (Dining Oar). :60, 4:30 (Dlnlo Oar). i-
mmlngCvSroTOO tfilninf Car), 7:o7I:60 F. M..
TioketofllceVNoa 481. .44, 1. " h f i
Rroidway, 1 Astor House. WestTwenty-thlrd Ateeet
Station and stations foot of Desbrossea and Cort
SsSt Streets' 4 StB1 Street 860 aiUon Street! S
nToailwarand Pennsylvania Annex SUUonjBrook
fym Station, Jersey City. The New York Transfer
cVronany will call for and check baggage front
nSu MdTesldencea through to dsstlnalion.
Ts.epheSSrt4ElghteenthltTeet" for Faansylvs,
nla Railroad Cab Service. ..
1. B. HUTCHINSON. -S?.sr-3gfiPk.
Oeneral Manager. General Pass r Agent
"AMERICA'S OBKATKST BATXBOAXr."
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
AU through trains stop at Albany, TJttoa, Byracuss,
Rochester and Buffalo.
Trains leave Orand Central Station as follows:
11-10 P.M. Limited to 1U seating oapaoity.
Q.QQ if mT- adirondaok jtototainb and
O.OO MONTREAL, except Sunday.
8.AfZk. M.-FA8T MAIL. DaUy-For Buffalo, ki
M:i) agara Falls and Cleveland.
I A.QA A M. DAY EXPRESS, except i Bnndaye-
I I :.il I ao. icor.i. and all lmnortant New York
1 nfsl?OMU-S0TJTHWB18TEBN LIMITED and
llUU GHIOAOO SPECIAL, Daily For Columbus,
OinclnnaU, Indianapolis, St Louis and Chicago.
3 0frTltXTBOY AND SARATOGA SPECIAL, ax- I
liiJ cept Sunday For Troy and Saratoga.
IZ.I in l!PM -LAKE SHORE LIMITEDCai!y-34- I
OIUU hour train for Chicago, via Lake Shore. Due a I
Cleveland 7:16 A.M., Chicago 4 P. M. Bleeping ' I
(MT&mhs EXPBESS. pally-For
OIUU Niagara Falls. Toronto. Cleveland, Toledo,
tJjgp.SZSoglBku EXPBESS. Paqr-te
I .W MONTREAL EXPRESS. Dsifc-Via Utlca.
Q.IKP. M.-BUFFALO AND BOUTHWE8TEBN
OllO SPECIAL, Dailr-ror Niagara Falls. Cleve
land. Cincinuatl. lndUnspollsjm d St. Ltmls.
9,n() P. M.-8PECIAL LIMITED MAIL. Dally
IVJKJ (sleeping car only) For points on FyU
Brook, via Lrons, and for RochesU-r and Buffalo.
Q.1 n P. M.-1ACIFIO EXPRESS, Dally-For Os
t7;10 wego, Ogciensburg. Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, and. except Satur- i
days, for Cape Vincent and the Auburn road.
1 o.l t NIOflT-MIDNIOHT EXPRESS FOR CHI- 4
1 .: 1 U CAQO. Every night except Sunday night M
Sunday night Chicago sleepers leave at :16.
TlARLKM HIVISION.
B:15 A M. and 8:27 P. M. DaUy. except Sunday,
Pittetleld; Sundays only at i):20 A. M.
Wagner Palace Cam on all through trains.
Trains illuminated with Pintsch llicht
Ticket offices at 113, 2H1, 418 and 942 Broadway,
81 East 14th st. 235 Columbus av.. til Weat 135th
St.. Orand Central Station. 135th St. Station and
188th Bt Station, New York; 338 and 728 Fulton at.
and lOei Broadwav. E. D., Brooklyn. ..,
Telephone ' 2790 Thirty -eighth street for New
York Central Cab 8ervloe. Baggage checked from
hotel or residence by Westcott Express Company.
UEOROE H. DANIELS, Oeneral Passenger Agent.
Lehigh Valley System
Buttons foot of Weet 38d St (Penn. R R), Cortland
or Deabrosses St. ,
Indicates time from West 28d Bt Other flgnres
show time from Cortlandt or Deabrosses Bt
0:10, 8t80 A M. daily (Sunday :45. 7 A. M.) for
EA8TON and intermediate stations. , .
7:84), BiSO A M. dally for WTLKESBABBE,
8CRANTON. ITHACA. GENEVA. ROCHESTER, BUF
FALO. NIAGARA FALLS and the West and pnnolpat
local points; dining oar and chair car to Buffalo.
lltBO, liiOO noon daily except Sunday.
"BLirVblt DIAMOND EXPRESS."
Arrives Buffalo 9:86 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day
Coaches and Parlor Cars. DlninaTCarServios. Meals
a la carte. Connecte at Buffalo with through sleepers
05$ll,e dally for EASTON, MAUCH.
CHUNK, WILKESBARRE, SCRANTON and coal
branches. Chair car to Eeston.
3:50, 4:10 P. M. dslly. except Sunday, for
WILKESBARRE. PITTtjTON, 80BANTON and prin
cipal intermediate stations. Connects for all poiuta
In coal regions. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for
Wllkeabarre. . .
4i00, fliSO P. M. dslly, except Sunday, for EAS
TON and Intermediate stations. ,.-,,,
4:60, 6:18 P. M.. Sundays only.ifor MAUCH
CHUNK aud intermediate atstions.
6:60, OilO P. M. dally, except Sunday, for EAS
TON and principal Intermediate stationa .,..
OiSO, 7iOO P. M. dally for BUFFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS, and all polnu West. Pullman sleeper vesti
bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Sleepers to Buffalo and
Toronto. Dining Car New York to Easton.
7:40, BtOO P. M. dally, axoept Sunday, stopping
only at SOUTH PLAINFiKLD. EASTON, B1WHLE
HEM. MAUOH CHUNK. 8AYB-, GENEVA ROCHES
TER, BATAVIA, BUFFALO and TORONTO. Pullman
sleeper fur Buffalo. None but sleeplug-car pasesa
gers carried. No baugage carried.
8:a. 8i30 P. M. dal& for WrLKESBARBE. ITH
ACA, OENEVA. ROCHESTER. BUFFALO. NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points West Pullmau sleeper lo
Chicago.
Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for
SOUTH PLAINF1ELD, BOUND BROOK, end Inter
mediate polnU. leave as follows: ei6:30, 10:60,
10:20. 10:80 (Sundays only) A M., 2:20. 3:80,
B:60. 4:10, 8:80 aud 0:80 P. M.
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at 118, 281,
278. H66. 84 and 1838 Broadway, SI East 14th St.
158 E 128th st., 127 Bowery. N. T. 660 Fulton st,4
Court st., 98 B'way. and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn.
V. Y. Transfer Co. will call for and check baggage
from hoUl or residence through to destination. ,
DBXAWARE, LACKAWANNA 4. WEST- M
VrLti It It.
Stations In New York, font of Barclay and
Chiiatqpher Streets. ,.
VESTIBULE TRAINS, PULLMAN BUFFET
CARS, PINTSCH LIGHT. , ,
SiOO A. M.-Biughamton Mall, stops st principal
aUtloua. ,
10:00 A. M. (Cafe Car) Buffalo, Bcranton, Blng
hamton, Oweiio, Ithaca. Elmlra, Utica, Syracuse,
and Oswego Expri'ss. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
Connecting at Buffalo with trams for Chicago aud
points West. . , .
liOO P. M. i Dally) Chicago and Buffalo vestlbuled
express for Screntoli. Blnghamton aud Flours Ac
Pullman bliOet narlur oars to rimira. 1'hrouuu
aleeplugcars ana day coach to Chicago, arriving at
4:16 P.M. next day.
ailK) P. Sl.-Scranton, Wllkeabarre and Plymouth
Kspreas. Pulltnsn buffet parlor ears.
7iOO P. M. (Datlyl-Chlcago Ve tibule Liiuiled lx
presa for Sirantou, Bliighanitu, Elinlra. Buffslo.
Through buffet sleeping i'ar New York to Chicago.
Dining csr west of Buffalo.
BiSO P. M.-iDally-Buffalo Express I'ulliu.iu
sleepers for Herautou, Bllighamtuu, Klnm :c llalli,
Mt. Morris and liuilulo. arriving Buffalo B A. M
BiSO P. M. -. Dally -Buffalo, Scraumn, Bliiwhsin
ton, Owego, Ithaca, Kliulra, Hyracuse, Richnsl
Bluings, aud Oswego Express. Pullmau liuitet
afi-epers.
Tickets snd Pullman accommodations at lleurv
Ca.'c .. Sons, Ltd , 1 18 Broadway. 14 Park place. 1311
and 942 Broutlway. TickeU at furry sUtious, 'M
4tb av.,cur. rjth at.. (II West U.'.tb St., 236 Coliim
bus av.. New York; U8B and 723 Fulton st, ami J"4
Broadway, Brooklyn. Time tables giving full infot'
niatlou at all atstions. .
Wiatcott's Express Conmsnv will call for snd cheos
baggage from hotel or resilience to detlt.-tlon
New York and Boston All Rail
N. Y., N. II. A- 11. II It. ami i ouui i tlous
Fl-ota Gl'tilld Culitrs! Station.
Leae 11 war ni i'''t,
li .04 A.M.. Bpi-iughi-M sud Wiirrestnr. ' i r
10UHJA.M., tINev. I.niidoiiaiul Pnivldcnoe ' -J
tin mi A.M.. New L mil m ami I'm. i 1 . nee, i - "
l'.'liuM.. Rpnugllrld soil Worcester, 6:4" ;
tl.OOl'.M.. Airl.lllr, v a W.lliiiialllK. " " " , 'o
l.o'JP.M.,N.-wL,nioiiai.lP.-ow,ienne. 7 , '
8uoP.M ,".Ne I.ii.l.in and HmvI.1. nee. n imi I' "
4:HiP.M ..Hprliiufi. H mid WoicrsU-r. I" '" j, ;
I5.ui) F.M. N, . i ii i main i'i irideuce, ! i ",' ' V,
fll'.iMtp.M..Sj,rliigi:i'liUiiii Wircester. " '?A'
II'-' Ml P..X...S.iW I, 'inl ,n ami 1'iovi.lcic c.c -'"A t
-Kiln, il.ilh . in 1 ..line Sun !., . ,
ttBsy Slate I.iuutc I, all pertur Oars; fsre 7. IB
chnliug parlor car seat . .ri,
lAlrLiiie limited; arrives snd departs from rsrs
Bcjiisru SUUon. Bostou. Retuiii wnic-. '' ""
aud bv sanie ruute
IWIU stop at 135th street. , . ,,,.
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