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10 THE SUN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 188.
i in I HI II On Monday momtn, ve open our World Ktpoeition of Art in Dreta. Chief in the mMMI irUI be the tararet eolltetUm ofcoehimrt fromfamou foreign dteignrre thai hoe ever btn exhibit f A in this country, tt will be a ihovino nearly fowr time larger than thai of mapring. I Shoe Tales WE have a shoe that we sell at $3.90 a pair. Most of you know it and have found it a valuable acquaintance. A lot of these shoes has just reached us, and we have found among them a number of pairs in which the finishing, the blacking and polishing, is not quite up to the mark, in spots. Consequently, $3 a Pair b their price to-day. father a heavy penalty for a fault that one "shine " will eradicate. Another small lot of women's hoes at $2 a Pair, that are I $3 Shoes All black, and all desirable shapes. A superior shoe. I To Save Money on Clothing times for that. Purchases Tfdliy about a few bargains just created, some that won't hold good long, how ever. For instance, only two hun dred men may credit themselves with two dollars each on this offering of fine all-wool worsted trousers hair lines and other neat, desirable pat terns ; $8 ordinarily, but choose from this lot at $6. Some good values in suits, too, like the following : At $12 Of black and blue cheviots, single breasted aack ; all-wool, fast color, correctly cat, well made. I At $15 Of black cheviot, doable-breasted; all-wool black diagonal body lining ; shoul ders lined with satin ; stylish and serviceable. Some with MtaaMaajjn facing and lined with serge at same price. Especially Good J00' th,l?k Values In SLK-i ..I terests are ever Boys' Clothing neglected here. Fact is, there's no store that gives stronger heed to their require ments. No great charge, either, for the storckeeping we do on the ac count. These offerings as proof : At $3 All-wool, navv bine flannel sailor suits, nicely brimmed ; these are the regular $4 kinds ; sires 3 to 12 years. Same goods in middy suits at same price; sizes 3 to 9 ri rears- At $3.50 All-wool 'double-breasted jacket suits for boys 8 to 16 years; the $4.50 kinds. At $4 A special' blue cheviot 'suit; double l breasted jacket and knee trousers; strictly all-wool and fast color ; sixes 8 to 16 years ; $5 quality. At 75c 300 pairs boys' knee trousers; strictly S j all-wool ; very good value. Second floor. Fourth avenue Walking Hats Am!ri2'8 and Rough Riders by side with London's choicest. And there's great study and attention given to walking hats, too. Just as much style in them as in the more elaborate I productions. Some very attractive shapes in felt, with ribbon band, at $1 ; others trimmed with ribbon and quills at $1.25 to $4; trimmed tur bans, $2 and upwards, lough Riders the fad of the day in splendid assortment. Prices begin at $1.25 and grow gradually to $4. Many of them have fancy silk bands. Children's A collection which HMrfwMr m cxtent and attract neaawear iveness itvdahc most difficult, if not impossible, to match anywhere. It's a gathering of chil dren's hats that required months of tireless search in Europe, and a close lookout for the best product of home manufacturers. Specimens, too, of the skill and originality of our own milliners. Fancy cloth Tarn O'Shanten, trimmed with quills, at 50c., 75c. and 85c. Checked cloth Golf Caps, at 65c., 75c., 85c. Cloth Tarn O'Shanten, at 65c ; trimmed with braid, at $1, $1.50 and $2. Military Caps, 65c. to $1.50. Soys' Alpine Hats, $1.25 and $1.50. Boys' Derby Hats, $1.75 and $2. Second floor, Tenth street. Silk Some new ones have just Waists conQe in' Very pretty and stylish, some styles wholly new and very attractive in this late arrival. One kind as low as $5 that is low, too, for such excel lent quality. It's of Roman striped taffeta, with blouse front and finely plaited back ; stripes running around pointed yoke; collar and cuffs also plaited. Others just hinted at : At $6.50 In solid colors; blouse front of fine vertical plaits; pointed yoke and plaited back ; collar and cuffs also plaited. At $6.75 In solid colon; blouse front, corded ; bias pointed yoke and plaited back ; corded collar and cuffs. At $9 Of fine taffeta in handsome gay satin stripe plaids; bias front blouse; yoke and plaited back; plaited collar and cuffs of t as ins Bains ft floor, fourth avenue. Fancy Ribbons- fhrke Iot Onehalf and ",2L2 One-thlrd Prices 25g 4a demand. That's the story of why PSjtSwBSwa. M in i . mmM r 11 ... . i. lift hiiail''S.iias...iaHtl' WANAMAKERS we're reducing prices on very de sirable ribbons in this manner: At 5c. yd. The regular 15c. kind. At 8c. yd. The regular 25c. kind. At 15c yd. The regular 35c. kind. At 20c yd. The regular 40c kind. Broadway and Tenth street. Men-a Neckwear JSktSi at OUC. tjje 8howing of the recent arrivals of new styles for Fall and Winter. Many attrac tive patterns, in all the popular shapes, Ascots, Puffs, Tecks, Four-in-hands and Batswing Ties. And at a half-dollar each they're cheap enough. Shirt, at 3J, S8?aB 5 for 4l at thtt price? Well, you'll surely be surprised at the excellence of these low-priced goods. Of good, strong muslin, un laundered, three-ply bosom, open back, continuous facing at all open ings; sizes 14 to 16. Suspenders SL'V""1 t oil!, twenty-five cent sus- at aiOCe . penders, however. In fact, these are of the same quality as the usual 50c. kind. In various color combinations, strongly made, with kid ends, glove-button cast-offs. Just half value at 25c. Men'a Furnlshlac Store, Ninth atreet. Fine but J1 n.ovdtie? i-.i... n the handsomest Inexpensive designs you've over Jewelry seen They've just been opened, and you may have first look at them to-day. Very low priced are these for goods of such high character: At $1 14-karat gold knot scarf pins, set with pearls, amethysts, garnets, turquoise sad At $2.75 Ladies' 14-karat gold brooches. At $2.75 14-karat gold cufflinks. At $7.50 5-atone opal rings, 14-karat setting; good value at $10. At $14 Ladies' 14-karat gold chatelaine watches. The Lady Lillian Watch, in open face silver case; made especially for us in Geneva. Every watch fully guaranteed. $10. Broadway. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co., Broadway, 4th av. , 9th and 10th sts. fflp iJwrt;piwJiiTiTruiffi Upholsteries for Any Scheme. Though our drawing-room floor is like a grent color box in its variety of rich and delicate hues of wood and upholsteries, yet, oc casionally, people with an eye for color like to play artist themselves and mix the tints of wood and coverings to suit their speoial tastes and surroundings. For such, we have a sort of dee orator's palette in samples of up holstery stuffs of every artistic tone and texture. All our furniture has a fitness and beauty of character which in sures it against ever seeming out of plaoe, because yon "BUY OFjTMC MAKef Geo. C. FLint Co. 413. 45 and 47 WEST Z&fSt. NEAR BROADWAY. FACTOtTY : 154 ANO IS6 WEST l97STfrCET MUitul. TTENTIONOLrTimrrnuNDx UNIVERSITY OF THE CITV OF NEW YOBK. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, SB YEARS A SPECIALIST IN DISEASES OF MEN. OLD DR. GBINDLK hu been lunger established and has had morsexperlence than any other advertising physician; elty papers prove this. Under his scientific treatment blood and akin diseases, vain in bones, red spots, sora throat and mouth, ulcers, painful swellings, kidney and bladder complaints, scalding Inflammations, gravel, undeveloped organs, weak back, lost vitality, ara speedily; permanently cured, Man about to marry should consult OLD DR. OBINDLE Every impedi ment removed. Sufferers, do not waste time visiting leaa skilful physicians. Remember, OLD DR. ORIrf DLE never falls. OFFICE OVEB IB TEARS at 171 West 12th St., between Hth and 7th ays. Advlcefree. Medicine, 11 Hours, 8 to 9; Sundays, B to 8. OLD DR.. OBIT, 40 yenrs a specialist In diseases of men only. Quickest permanent cure guaranteed in all dlaraaea. Blood poison, skin dis eases, kidney and blsdder trouble, weakneaa, ner vous debility, errors of youth, bad dreams, undevel oped organs, Impedimenta to marriage, Ac. Be wise, consult the only old specialist In the city. Offlco over 85 years at 1-0 East 17th St., near Union Square. Hours, S to II; Sundays. 0 to S. Scientific treatment and advice free. Medicine only 60 cents. No charge unless cured. A -DR. AND MRS. SIMPSON, the leading speoial- lata in New York, successfully treat all female complaints and Irregularities', 25 years' experience; private sanitarium; trained nurses; treatment guar anteed ; free confidential advice, V to V. 66 West 86th st near Broadway, A. A.-A.-QUI CREST PERMANENT CUBE in diseasea of men; dangerous cases solic ited; relief at once; those desiring only first-class scientific treatment sbould call. The leading apeclel ist, Dr. Bonschur, 127 West 22d St.. u te 8, 7 to u. Sundays. 10 to 1. A -DR. CONRAD'S HANITAB1UM. -Scientific ekll- ful treatment of all dlseaaea of women; private rooms; every convenience and appliance; consulta tions, II A. It. to P. H. Call or write for booklet, llTJVsst 47th at. Tel. 882038tb. Bit. MRS. REINHARD treats female Irregularities; single or married; 80 years' experience. 711 7th av.. near 47th. DR. BLINN, 177 West 47th St., near B'way : hours 10 It specialties, obstetrics and dlasaaaa of woman. YkBTand lime. Belden0rowe. 22B West ttth st.i I " most reliable ladies' physicians in New Tork. (lANCKBS, tumors and malignant growths cured ' without the uae of the knife. DR. MATHER'S Medical Institute, 78 Grand St., Jersey City, N. 1. Book free. -for ,U. 1X)B H ALE. A business opportunity of a lifetime for the right man, with 126,000. A department store doing a business of S16O.0OO (all cash) in ons of the best medium-slsed cities In the West. Stock com plete, new and up to date; fine business room and business place; rent cheap; pleasant city to live in. Best of rt-seon for selling. For particulars write HENRY UUAS1E. with Carson, Pine, Scott Co.. Chicago, III. No traders nor persons not meaning business need apply. 'PUREE high-grade brass bedsteads, single, three X quarter and double, with springs ami mattresses; also other piece furniture; house strictly private: no dealers, call between 10 and 12 A. el , 228 West SHthst. VIOLINS. A collection of very One, rsre old v violins; price, from t26 to I6O0, excellent genu ine Cremnneeer concert violin for aollatln. price 1,600; all violins in beet condition. ALOIS ERIN EH 87 'id st , first floor, comer let av., New Tors. t I luiurs Chsutrr. PRINTINO at a few hours' notice; 10,000 circulars, 81; cards and billheads, a.ir l.OOp. EDOAB PRINTINO AMP STATlONtoVCa, t Weet atth at, p.Ss-filastsKf. 0 CHAS. E BY ABB Proprietor MATINEE TO-DAY til. TO NIGHT LAST TIME IN NEW YORE THIS SEASON, ANNA HELD THE FRENCH MAID. OBIOINAL CAST, INCLUDING OHAS A. BIOBIOW. next Week, j'."- AS. AVE. THEATER. B WAT AND 28TB ST. CHARLES cMiM nEfOOX. COMMENCING MONDAT ENHjCjI OCT. 10, JOSEPH JEFFErtSON COMEDY COMPAMY VNTHE Sale of tests commsnoegejet. 6d. Mr. Ward. PALACE PERFORMANCE p.m. 8d av. (IIUCE FILE INS and ARNOLD DALT. THOMAS and BARRY. MANHATTAN 4. Obaa. T. Ellis Co., Wargraph, A. O. Duncan, Raymond and Kurkampi 20 others. Great Showl 26c., 60c. PRnPTfiR'S ContlnueM Pirfomiiee. '? mUb I lin 0 sw.. son. Uiao to io,aa p. M. CHAS. O. CRAIG. MRS. ROBERT MANTEI.L ft CO.. PATRICE k CO.. SIO. OUILLE, Harrigan McAvoy and Mar, Wargraph, Florence Bindley, Magulre's Horaaa; jo others. , . Morning and Afternoon Concerts and Glorious River Trip. ALBANY DAY LIKE BOATS, leaving Weet 32d st. pier at ft A. V. dally, exoept Sun day; returning 6:80 P. M. Attractive musical pro gramme rendered by the oelebrated orchestra of Col. Sinn's Montank Theatre. See steamboat and ex cursion adva. CUPI DC THF.AT RE.Broad way and 4(Hh st. CmrlnE Evenlnga,e:lB. Matinees. 2 ;1B. CHARLES FROHMAN. Manager JOHN DREW'S GREATEST TRIUMPH. Mr. Cbarlea Fiobmanpraaenta MR. JOHN DREW in Henry Arthur Jones's Comedy, THE LIAR8. Matinees To-day and Wedneedsy. AM ERIC AN Sfa aW THgATHg. as--srr. a a-sve. 2d Buccesaful Season Castle Square opera Co. A TRIP TO AFRICA. EVGBS-.16. 36c. 1. NOTHrNO HIGHER. Matinee To-day, 2:16, 1.100 Reserved Seeta 26c, 260TH TIME PaTIFMRF 8TEBUNG SILVER OCT, 8, rllllsVHItC BOITVEN1B8. ACADEHflT 14th at. snd'lrvlng plsc. E. Q. Oilmore Eugene Tompklne Pmprs. k Mgrs. THE GREAT ENGLISH PLAx. "SPORTING LIFE" PRICES: I Management Jacob Litt. 26e 60c. ISO Morses SIO People. 76c 81.00 Mats. To-day 4-Wed. 3. Eve.. 8tl6. OaaRira THEATRE. 6th at., near Broadway. Unnnibn Evenings. 8:18. Mat. To-day. Hurt A McEee, Lesaees; Charles Frohmsn, Man. I MONTH I.At filUN.i TRIt'MPH. Herald- llflVT'ft Evening World A good laugh. mill Hoyt is a good tonic. HII.AICIOI'8 MUSICAL FARCE. A DAY AND A NIGHT. BOTH PERFORMANCE OCT. lO-SOCTBNlRS. MADISON SQUARE ?Ta!iW. 4TH CROWDED WEEK. "luoceu. Mfitt and ha,rtr laughter." H?rt.ld. ('haxlei Frohmau pnMDta STRAND COMEDY COMPANY, tMLW ,n te,m05yt.h0,,r' A BRACE OF PARTRI06ES. Evenings, B:0. Matinee To-day, 2:16. LYCEUM S0THERlt I ANTHONY HOPE'S J brilliant romance, EV08. 8:80, MAtlNEES THURSDAY AND SAT?' HRfltll W a V THEATRE. Cor. 41st st. HHUIUHUI EVngaS:16. Mat. To-day. FRANCIS WILSON ANO COMPANY. I'nsnlinous verdict, success. Result, crowded nightly. THE LITTLE CORPORAL. "A HIGHLY BDOCE8SFTJL NOYELTT."-Herald. WALLACK'S. Marft-U,1!: AT TPV In Herbert A Smith's ALiUjCi Vtm n,ht Opera, NIELSEN THE opera co, FORTUNE TELLE K HT H'S Continuous Performance. t.l I n 01 26c. 60c. Noon to 11 P.M. HUNOABIAN BOYS' BAND. CORA TANNEB and LOUIS MABSEN. Joa Flynn. Rofix, Blograpb and a Great Bill. RRSttn OPERA 28D ST! MATS. WED. bnnnu hoosk. a sth ave. a sat. AUGUSTUS PITOU Leasee and Managar JAMES-KIDDER WABDE. Matinee, "School for Scandal." To-night. "Macbeth." NEIT WERE-" THE BROTHERS BYBSE." KOSTEB ft BIAL'S MATINEE wtnneb InGoibMtn TO-DAY Foreign Vaudeville Btara. At 3:16 F. M. AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAIR. PHOTOGRAPHS AND FLOWERS. ACADEMY OF DESIGN, 28d at. and 4th av. 10 A M. to 10:80 P. M. Admission 26 centa. DiSTnD'Q continuous r0 I Vll 9 PERFORMANCES. 12 noon to HP. M. SssU 20 and 80 cents. ALICE SHAW, SHAW TWIN SISTERS, MAUD NUGENT, McNISH AND ALBBO. U SRI rM I The Dreyfus Case. I Eve. 8:20. nnnuum 11 u.-iii. i-i.-j H MailneeTo OPERA HOUSE 1)01111 IsllM. Day. 2. NEXT MONDAY KELCEY-SHANNON CO. " The Moth and The Flrjta."-isstanow ready. MURRAY t'.Ve'a. MATINEE EVERY DAY. ENTIRE HOUSE MaUnees. 35c. Ergs.. 25c. and 60c. H. V. Donnelly This Dion M TUf III T II Stock Co. Weak, Boucicault'a 'HE JILI. KNICKERBOCEP'S.MaTAo-ds'y'lr!: wolf HOPPER The CHARLATAN. WEBER A FIELDS' music soth st. B'way. vTc.oc.rt r illuo HALL. matinee today. The Same Old Uproarious Sucoeae, ThosI!0Tu'ing." HURL.T BURLY. IN OLIO, M. BUDINOFF. BIJOU TOU LAUGH ALL tIeTIMe7 Eve'ga8:20. Mats. 8AM BERNARD, To-day Wed. THE MAR0UI8 OF MICHIGAN, Including ALICE ATHERTOH and a Oreat Co. gBw BAM T. JACK'S Theatre, r3 B'way and 2th at. VM 2 BIO SHOWS EVERT DAT, 2 AND S. 4Ba NOVELTY'S CROWNING DIADEM. WSw7 60 Burlssqusrs. Vivid Pictures. 11TII T THEATRE, cor. th av. Mate. Wed. A Sat lin 91. Reaerved Oroh. Circle or Balcony 60o. Lest Weak of Paul Gilmore'a Romantic War Drama, THE DAWN OK FREEDOM. Nest Week Haverly'a American-European Minstrels. TUC hPUVFY THS PARISIAN WIDOWS. InC UClfCI, BURLESQUE ABO VAUDEVILLE 14TH ST.. MaU. Daily at 2. Ere'aatS. 8D A 4TH AV8. Prices 16, 26, 88, 60c. l'ilKWoRI.Il IN WAX. SJ JSS NEW WAR GROUPS, Hearthe Oypey Music. sliWL OiNEMATOOBAp'h. CASINO! KSSStti OCT. 10 BOYAL ITALIAN OFEBA CO. . MANHAftAN THEATRE, e",BSiy. MATINEE TODAY. TITS1 fTiTT'D'PT V TURNS AWAY MONEY. IJlXi lUHltia. DALY'S I r&Kk&2Si: geTWail I MaUneea Today and Wad, at 2. KTSR Matlne.-To Day at 2:16. Gal'., 16e. own. A 8UBE CUBE. Bal 36c. Next Weak "Have You Seen Smith V Oroh., 60o. COLUMBUS. TilY I && cB6Bfo. Next Week-Weber A Fields'. Fousae Oafs. OIBVINO PLACE THEATRE. MAT. THE MLIPUTIANS fN TO DAT THE OOLDEN HORSESHOE. AT 2. Sroohliitt muKrttunts. sin's s MONT AUK. VSt NATINI.K TO-DAY. fft TO-NIGHT, Last Tims of Chaa. Frohman'a I WHITE HEATHER Great ('.at. Including BOSS COOELAX. Bast Waek-Souaa's THE BBICE XlSST COLUMBIA. JESKC STUART ROB80N In hla new and aun8asefui comedy, '-av-f 1T8 TL SslliXf -H .wfflswiEr. - Vi 7fiiassmaawiaaasawi ysafimi jsxtttm ami 9$tamntn$. Thla Hat aapeare Tweadaya aa Saimrdaya. Iloirl Information Free. For bookleta of American, European Hoists, FALL RESORTS. Alao Bataa of Apartjaanta la Batata Weew. call or addrews iseaid ataxopl Hotel Tnrlir Bnresu, !M rtftk An., Ham raw, Bwaraart ft., tamtam, SM Bait ate lOrwl., jParaV HOTEL POCKJET GUIDE IA. P American Plan; E P., European; Op., Open.) ATLANTIC CITY. St. Charlaa. Op. all rw A. P. , (4 np do. Sea Side Houaa. Op. all yr., A. P.. St up. C Brana ALBANY. X. T. Hotel Kenmore, A P., t up BALTIMORE, Md The Carrollton. A. P., up BERXABDSVILLE, NJ.Someraetlnn. Open to Nov. 1 BEVAN HOUSE, Larchmont-on -Bound. Up. to Dae. 1 BOSTON, Baas. Bote! Tendoasa, A P.. W do Hotel Brunswick, E P.. $160; A. P. 85 do. Copley So. Hotel. E P.. 81.60 up; A.P.,t8.60 rip BOUBXXMOirrH.XDg.Boya BathBotaI.A.P.. M to W BHOOKLTN.N. T. The St George, E P..81 ; A. P., 88 up do The Mansion Houss. A. P., (Sup CHICAGO, 111. . The Virginia. A. P., 88.60; E P.. Sl-BO EXETER, Eng , Royal Olarenoe, A. P.. St; E P., SI-SO LONDON, England Hotel Oaoll. B P., St up ! Westminster: high rlaaa. Xasl dastlal Betel, unexcelled for cmlsina.comfarti mod.raU tariff NEW HAVEN, Conn Hotel Savoy, B P., (1 HP NEW ORLEANS. La , .Hotel Omnewald, B P., tl up do The Cosmopolitan Hotel, B P., tl.BO ap NEW TORK Firth Avenue Hotel. A. P., 85 up do The Netherland, E. P., ttl A. P., (Sap do. Hotel Hanover icth av. A 16th at) Op. Oct. 1 do. HU Endlcott (Slat A Oolnmbna) a.p..t 8.60; e p.,t do. (Chambers ft B'way) Cosmopolitan, BP., Slap do. The Gertach, 68 W.2 7 th at. e.p. tt.SO; a.p. tl.BO PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Aldine,a.p.tt.60up;a.p.tl.o0 up do. (XaatauranlAlc.Tdh.)ThaLafayette,BP.tlup PLTMOUTH, Eng., Grand Hotel, A. P., tt; EP tl.BO STRACrSE.N.Y., Tatee Hotel, EP.. tl.60; A.P.,t4 UTICA. N. T The Buttertleld, A. P.. tt to t5 WA8H1XGTON, D. O Arilngton Hotel. A P., tB do Hotel Gordon, A. P., 85 up; B P., St-BO up do Tke Balaigk, E P.. tl.BO op WINDSOR HOTEL. The Most Comfortable in New York. SPECIAL RATES FOR THE WINTER. ORAND LOCATION. Entire Block on Fifth Aye. 46TH TO 47TH 8TREET. FLOODED WITH SUHLI6HT AND AIR. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS. AMERICAN 4 EUROPEAN PUNS. WAIREN P. LELAND, Ptmp. Sherman Square Hotel, BOULEVARD, CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMERICAN PLAN. Strict? a family hotel; choice auites. furnished or unfurnished, to rent 07 the seaaon or ear. Cuisine and service of the highest order. Rates reaaonable. Location convenient to all parte of the city. WALTEB LAWRENCE, Manager. "'H HI OH BBCJKBMJBLm S WEST 5881) ST. A select and refined Family Hotel. Elegant auitea of rooms with private hula, new modem con veniences, either furnished or unfurntsaed, mar be rented by the year. A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT MODERATE RATES 1 1 Famlllee eaakiasi a central and quiet location ahould visit the Chelsea before de ciding where to live. Private and public restaurants on office floor. Address, THE CHELSEA. E X. WILSON. Manager. Tl lhanover S. E. Cor. FIFTH AVENUE and 16th ST. IlENOVATED THROUGHOUT. A hlgh-claaa family hotel with an aetabliabed repu tation. Apartments of parlor, one or more bedrooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished; private service If desired. Will open earlyln October. B W. EAGEB, Manager. MxnxxlitHf. $t. OUTINO TO Mauch Chunk, Qlen Onoko AND THE Switchback Railroad, VIA Central Railroad of New Jersey, SUNDAY, OCT. 2. TRAINS WITH LUNCH CABS ATTACHED leave NEW YORK FOOT OP L1BKBTT ST., N. It., at tiBOA. M.; South Ferry, foot Whitehall St., at 8:28 A. af . Returning, arrive In the city about S P. M , Switchback SO cents extra. If purchased on train. WEST POINT, NEWBURQH AND POUQIsKEEPSIE. OBAXD DAILY EXCURSION (Except Sunday) BT PALACE IBON DAT LINE STEAMERS "HEWVOBE" and "ALBANY" Prom Brooklyn, Fulton St. (by Annex) 8 A.M. " New York. Desbrossea St. Pt.r t:0 " ' New York. West 2Jd Bt. Pier Returning, due In New Tork B.SO P. M. MOBNINO and AFTERNOON CONCERTS. Bafular Excursions until October IB. STEAMER IDLEWILD LAST EXCURSIONS OF SEASON, SATURDAT. from Pack slip, t:!6; East 21st at., 1:80 P. M. SUNDAY (Special), Peck slip, :ini East 21st at., at :8(lA. M. sharp. BOUND TEIP, 60 CEXTS, DEEP SEA FIBHINO DAILT.-AL FOSTER, safe Iron steamer ANOLER; fare 80c.: 31st St., E. li . 7:26; Battery, 8:06; runs winter and summer; no oonoaotion with any other boat. FISHERMAN'S HOME-No wonder the old reliable Pilot, Al Foster, Is on and running steamer AN OLEB; only come any evening to eee for yourself, 4 P. M., the fish that go aahors daily; basketful, and strings besides, remember last Sunday'. Halting; no humbug. f iOOD FIBHINO Steamer Poeter, only boat built for ocean ashing; dally from Beat IBd st., 7:46: BatUry, 8:26; fare, ftp., with bait. " jsammet Sfstrtf . NEW YORK. OATSKILLi MOUMTAINH. MOUNTAIN HOME, Windham. N. T.-Aceommo-datee 100; terms reasonable; location un.nr paaaad; dsecrlpttve circulars. O, B. COB PENNSYLVANIA. DELAWARE WATER GAP. 1 1ATARA0T HOUSE Water Osn, Pa.; round trip tloket. mailed. 12: board, t sad t7: capacity 100; near lake and river. L. TC08TEB. VIRGNIA. VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS, OPEN ALL THE TBAB. Invigorating fall climate. J.aoo feet elevation. OH CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. The Xew Homestead, (otisgea and Oaaino are con structed and furnished throughout la accordance with lateat daaigna aud mod.ru improveneute. Moat eompleU bathing eaubllehueut sad mo.t curative paths known for rheumatism, gout and nervous troubles every bath from flowing springs of natural RiHSTjBBOUNDINOS. Al 1 matters ooxuueted w 1th sanitary oonAltloaa anb )eot to periodical ttatninntirat by axperte, Pnllmaa oompartmaatear Saw Tort to Bot Bprtaara without ehaextja dally exoept Sunday. Ticket, and reservations aTCheaapeake and Ohio oStoaa. 881 and Oasaabear, yta at. aad CoJuatbaS as, Hot tpriage, BatkOas,' Vs. Ag BN,.1-B-aaaxaaBi CVTaELIABLrl CARPETS The Oentle Art off Sweeping It IB fsMler to follow a OArpet awespeir than to push a stiff broom. Beaides, the) beat of crpMe has Itn life ahortaaed by at taoka of the broom. A food awaapar la a tonic, lanfthans the oarpet'a Ufa and aoon pays for itaelf. Our line of carpet sweepers includes the beat, and none that are not first class. TO Introduce It to you, we quote this unusually low price. CARPET SWEEPERS S1.50 (value $8.00). Do you know bow pleasantly and eco nomically we can furnish your rooms f Our Autumn stock Is full of newest and' beat ideaa for housefurnlshlns;. Our prions are lowest, with "Long Credit, ,r our terms easiest. GASH or CREDIT (OWPERTHWAIT flta 104, 106 and 108 West It St. NEAR OTMg wfroMyn Sues: lbiishAv.iwMe.!l. jtSW ''SSy tt FOR MEN. I al P ?0"r?S W. L. DOUGLAS ( SHOES TpVLifl.o f All the latest styles. ? c Every kind of leather. Mads on tht ntw popular lasts, la I V autumn aad winter weight f An examination of oar stock will f ) convince you that the W. L. Douglas C C Shoos are superior in every way to C those costing from 6 to $6. S C ALX SIZE AKD WISTIt, OUR EXCLUSIVE STORES: HEW TOBB i 1211, 1348 Broadway. S C 43 Cortlandt St., 974. traos Third f Ave,, BIB West lBSth St., 845 Eighth Ave,, 114 Fulton St. 1 BROOKLYN: 'JOS, 710. 1367 Broad- t . JSSXt1 Fu,ton v Fifth Ave. V JERSEY CITV i 10 Newark Ave. V f VEvVARKi 783 Broad St. ) SttDllr Ustitrs. pOBT OTTICE N01T0e7 (Should be read DAILY by all in te reefed, aa changes may occur at any time.) Foreign tnaile for the week ending Oct. 1. IStS, will rloee (rROSaVTI.Y In all oases) at the General Post Offices, follows: PARCELS POST MAILS olose one hoar earlier than closing time ahowa below. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. SATURDAY -At T A. M., for FBANCE BWTTZBB LAND, ITALY, SPAIN, POBTDOAL. TDBEET, BOT PT and BRITISH INDIA, per ateamahlp La Oascogae. via Havre (letters for other parte of Europe must be directed "per La Oeacogne " I j at 8 A. M. for NETHERLANDS direct, per ateamahlp Rotterdam, via Rotterdam (letter, must be directed ''per Rotterdam"!: at 0 A. M. for ITALY, per ateamahlp Kaiser Wllhelm II., via Naples (letters must be directed "per Kalaer Wllhelm II."): at 10:80 A. M for EtROPE, per ateamahin Pennland, via Southampton (letters must be directed "per Pennland ": at 11 A. M. for NORWAY direct, per stssmshlp I aland (letters must be directed "per Ialand"); at li A. M. (aupplamenury 12:80 P. B.) for EUROPE, per steamship Lucanla, via Queenstown. After the closing of the Supplementary Transatlantic Halls named above, additional supplementary mails are opened on the piers of the Amtrlcan, Ensllsh, French and Oerman steamers, and re main open until within Ten Minutes of the hour of sailing of eteerner. MAILS FOR SOUTH aND CENTRAL AMERICA. WEST INDIES. Ac. 8ATCBDAY- At 7 A. M. for ST. THOMAS and ST. CROIX, vlaBt. Thomas, per ateamahlp H. M. Pol lock, from Philadelphia: at 10 A. M. (supple mentary 10:80 A. U.) tor FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA. 8A VANILLA and OBBVTOWN. per ateamahlp Altai (lettera for Costa Blca must be directed "per Altai"); at 10 A. M. for I'ERNAM Bl'CO and SANTOS, per stesmshlp Dalecarlia; at 11 A. M for PORTO RICO and CUBACAO, alao VENEZUELA. SA VANILLA and CABTHAOENA, via Ouraeao, per steamehip Maracaibo: at 11 A. M. for CUBA, via Havana, per steamship City of Washington (letters must be directed "per City of Wsshlngton"): at 8:80 P. M. for NEWFOUND LAND and ST. PIERBE-MIQUELON. per steamer from North Sydney. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and thence by steamer, close at thla office dally at 8:80 P. M. Malls for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston and thence by steamer, close at thla office daily at 8:80 P.M. Malls for Cuba do., at this office dally at 7 A.M.. for forwarding by steamers sail ing Mondays and Tburadara from Port Tampa, Via. Kaila for Mexico City, overland, unleaa specially addreased for despstch by steamer, eloea at this offlcs dally at 2:00 A. M. and 3:80 P. M. "Registered mail oloaea at 8 P. M. previous TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for China, Japan aad Hawaii, par ateam ship Gaelic (from San Fraaclaco), cloaa para dally up to Oct. 8 at ;30 P. M. Maila tor China aad Japan, par ateamahlp Columbia (from Ta coma), oloaa bare dally up to Sept. tt at 8:80 P. M. Mialla for Australia (except those for Waat Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fill and Samnan Islands, per steamship Alameda (from Ban Franciacoi. oloaa here dally up to Sept, ISO at 7 A. M.. 1 1 A. M. and 6:30 P. M. (or on arrival at Haw York of steamship Btruria with British malla for Australia). Malta for China and Japan, per ateamahlp Empress of India (from Vancouver, close here dally up to Oct. It at 0:80 P. M. Malle for Australia (except West Australia), New Zealand, Hawaii and rill Islands, par steam ship Warrlmoo (from Vancouver), close here dally after Sept. 80 and up to Oct. lit at 0:80 P.M. Mallafor the Society Ialanda. per ship City of Papelti (from Saa Francisco), oloaa here dally up to Oct. 26 at diso P. M. Transpacific malla are forwarded to port of sailing dau and the achedule of closing is arranged on tha presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit Registered mail elosea at 8 P. M. prevloua day. CORNELIUS VAN OOTT. Poetmaater. Poet Office. New Tork. N T., Sept. 80, lttt. PIIII.H' NOTICE. Application having been made to the Board of Railroad Commlaaionsra of tha Bute of New Tork by ths Cross Country Railroad Company (a railroad proposed to be located In the counties of Blags and Queens), under the provisions of section 8 of the Railroad law, for the certificate required under said aecUoii, that the provisions of the section have bean complied with and that public convenience and a necessity require the ooustruoUon of the applicant's railroad, notice Is hereby given that a public bsar lng on said application will be held by the Board of Railroad Coniinlsslouers at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, In the city of New York, on Thursday, October th. MM. at 10 o'clock A. M. JOHN B. KENTON, Secretary. VrOTICE-THE CENTBAL NATIONAL BANK OF V MILWAUKEE, located at Milwaukee, In the State of Wlaconalu, la cloaing up lu affairs. All note hold era and others, credltore of said assoclaUon, are therefore hereby notified to preeent the notes and otbsr clainie against the aeeoclatlon for payment, HERMAN F. WOLF, Caabler. Dated Aug. 17, 1SSS. ftaastsrtrs, rgsas, ftr. rOPDLAB PEASE FIANOS. 818 Waat 48d at., near Sth av. Direct from factory to purchaser at price, that defy competition i easy terms. Bargains In slightly used piano.. 860 up, Oall or send for cataiogus. 1Ab5 AINS. Uprights rJ6j)6 mo . TTTioo.oo AS Gordon, largeat else 17.00 ino t20O.no Bants, tt up Cartage free tble week GORDON'S. 13U Flftb .v., bet. .'ntti and 2Itt sts. BArTaAJNB. New upright pianos. tl26; Sohnier! Btelnwar: aa. rificea. WINTEKUOTH, 106 Eaai 14th et. and 114 6th av. JARGK aaaortmeul.ellKhll) ueed. tnn to t I2r: rent 't: small lustallineut.. Ouvrier Bros .IsB.lsthst. RFXIABLB Connor plsnoe: guaranteed hlgb grade! medium pries: eaey terms, renUng, exchang ing, repalriag. 4 East 4'id. 0rjrjriMJeaajr OLD DOMINION LINK. Delightful tours to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Ptaaer'e PtBlchsaoBd L Vltmiaia Vaach. Va..aio' Waahiaa ea. D. 0. Fr.cU.xit aad paaeeager aUam.rs aalltroai W?!. OUILLADDEC. Vioe-rraai aad Taatao atgr- ! ftra Jlttaatltat. tUSSi Wedaeedays at 10 ATM. ieilrabsi Sailing Batarways at 1 J aoon. trralaad. OS. tllaataadV. Oet ta -D-Wttanaiii.0" HBW TOBK-lsOrrrHAMIvrCW-ArtTWERP. Every Wadnaedayal It noon. FTlealand.. Oct 6 We.ternl.nd Oct. It Boothwark Oct. 12 .Kensington Oct, IS Theee sttatairs carry only Second aad Third class peeaongere at low ralea, TtorUTiqNAt NAVIGATION COMPANT, Hsral4sa41S.il. B Office, o Bowling Oreea. OAKADTAM PACIFIC BAM.vTAY. Intended steamship salllnaa from Vanoouver -JAPAN - CHINA. KMPBESS OF INDIA Oct 10, Jan. 2. March 27 xUJPBESS Of JAPAN Nov.7.Jan. 80, April 17 EMPRESS OF CHINA Dec. 8. Feb. 27. May 8 fast Boat) to tha Philippine Islaada. to HONOLULU, FIJI, " AUSTRALIA. WABBIMOO..,. . . .Oct. 10 I AOBANOI Nov. 17 Fast line to Honolulu. Second oaMn acoommoda ttoos at vary low rates. For freight and passenger rates apply tst Broadway and SS Wall st, CUNARD LINEvffofrwT, Lucanla.... Oct. 1.2 P.M. I Btruria. . .Sot 8, 10 A.M. C II D n DC tSssr&L &,& L 1 1 II 1 1 I C K&a" " JLU ',10l,,4 las V II faf I Baa "SerTriMmmbTeJsar. CoadtlCted Psrtltt. orwieruaalanl,). 76 IndeDendtDl Travel Round "the world. All ... nn.w.a tourist gasette, all about AA.I. ROUTES. tvelftae;. T. OAIE A SONS? (B II. CBUNDEN, Oen. Aft.), lit Broadway, New York. Boston Agency, 101 Waehlngton St. Chlcaeo Agaaor. 220 So. Clark si ESTABLISHED 1844, FRENCH LINE CQMPAGNIE 6ENERALE TRAHSATLANTIQUE. DIRECT LINE TO HAVBB-PABIS (TEANCE). Balling aa follows at 10 A. M. From Pier Bo. 42. North Rlv.r, f oot Mortoa tt LeOasoogos Oct 1 La Navarre Oct 22 1 Touralna Oct 8 La Normandle Oct 2 La Champagne Oet 16 LaTouralne Nov.6 Qan'l Aawnay far V. S. aad Can., t Bowling Otwan, N,T. IIMyt1ll!liliiTairittClkaxa DIBECT TO FABIS. LONDON, HAMBURG. talKop5aB Pstria Oot t. 11 A. If. I Pennsyl'la, Oct2U,4P.M Phtanlcla,Oct.22.10:8A.M Psiatla .Nov. 6. 10 A. M Hambnrf-Amerlosn Lies, 87 Hroadway.N. V. VTORTH OERMAN IXOTD STEAMSHIP 00. 11 8H0BT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. FAST EXPRESS BTEAMEBS. Labn. Tu.. Oot 4, 10 A. MTrave, Tu.. Oot, 18. 10 A.M. K. W.l).O.X)ct 11.10 A. M. i K. Frisdrlch.Nov. 1 . 10A.M. OELBIOHt B CO.. 1 Bowling fireon. MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NEW YORK. BOOKLAND AND BANOOR LINE Steamers leave New Tork every THURSDAY at 4 P. M. for BOCKLAND. CAMDEN. BELFAST. BUCKS POBT and BANOOR. Me., oonn.otlng with all rail and water lines. NEW YORK. EASTPORT AND ST. JOHN LINE. Steamers leave New York every SATURDAY at P. M. for EASTPORT, Ma., direct, conuecUng at EAST PORT for all points. Steamers will aallfrom Pier f). North River. Freight received dally until u P. M. Other lines to be put Into operation shortly. All competing ratea promptly mat N. L. NEWCOMB, Oeneral Manager, 6 and 11 Broadway. Mew York. maim: nii;amnhii co. DIRECT LINE TO POBTLAND, MAINE. Connecting with all railroad and ateamahlp Unas to all summer reaorta. 8. B. Horatio Hall (new) and Manhattan leave Pier No. 88. B B.. foot of Market at, trerr Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 P. M. Svaamara fitted with every modern improvement for the comfort and convenience of passengers. Ticket offlcea. No. 27t Broadway, corner Chambers at, and tha Oeneral Office, No. 222 South et HORATIO HALL, O. F. A., No, 222 South st WHITE STAR LINE. NBW YORK-qUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL. Cymric Oct 4 8:80 A.M. i Majeatlc Oct 12, noon Britannic Oct 6, noon I Germanic. .Oct. 19. noon Saloon ratea on Cymno, 866 up: Germanic, Britan nic, 876 up; Majestic Teutonic, tioo op; second cabin, t42,60 unward; third class on Cymric, Ger manic and Britannic. t26.60; on Majestic and Teu tonic, 127. Bevenue tax additional. For passage, freight and general Information apply Pier 46, North Biver. Office, u Broadway! New York, eftexraUost. Boston and New England Points, VIA SOUND LINES. FALL BIVEB LINK, via Newport and Fall River. Leave Pier 19, N. B.. foot of Warren St, week days and Sundays at 6:00 P. M. Steamers Pnscilla and Puritan. Orchestra on each. HTONINtiTON LIN, via Btonlngton. Leave Pier 88. N. B., foot of Spring St, weak daye only at 6:00 P.M. Kteamera Maine and New Hampshire. NOBWICH LINE, via New Loudon. Leave Pier 86. N. B., foot of Spring St., week daya only, at 6:00 P. M. Steamers City of Lowell and City of Worcester. Hudson River by Daylight PALACE IRON DAY LINE STEAMERS "NEWVOBK" AND "ALBANY." Finest and fastest river steamers In the world. Dally except Sunday. Leaves Brooklyn, Fulton at. iby Annex), S A. M. New York, Deebrosaea St. Pier. 8:40 ' " West 25d St. Pier tt For ALBANY, landing at Yonkera, Weet Point Mewburgh, Poughkeepsie Kingston Point, Cataklll and Hudson. Through ticket i NORTH, EAST, and WEST. MOBNINO AND A1TF.HNOON CONCEBTS. last op trip Oct. It. Down Oct. 17. LONG BRANCH AND BACH, 00. PATTEN LINE AND sTKAKIKH I.ITTLK NILVKK Tor Long Branch, Highland Beach, Beabright, Pleaeure Bay, and Aabury Park, leave Sunday. Dally, ft. W.lBth at :0(i A.M. 2:40P.M. U:00A.M. " BatUry M:30A.M. 8:06P.M. tt:80A.M. No baggage or freight received at Battery. ASBDBY PARK AND BACB, SOc. Albany Evenine: Line Steamers ADIRONDACK and DEAN BICHMOND leave Old Pier 41, N. R., foot Canal at, at P. M. dally (Sundaye excepted), connecting with express trains for points North, Kut and West TROY BOATS. FABE LOW KB THAN ANY OTHEB BOUTB. Trtjjr ExcsrttOD.S2.M. Searcbllgli taa boatt Steamers leave West 10th at dally, S P. M exoept Saturday. Sunday eteamera touob at Albany. HUDSON RIVER STEAMER MARY POWELL. Dally (exoept Sundays. Leaving Deabroases St. 8:16 P. M. (Saturdays 1 :4I P. M.). Weet 22d St. 8:8 P, M. (Baturdavs 2 P. M.), for CRANSTON'S. 0OR1? WALL. NKWBUlinil. NEW HAMBURGH. MILTON, PO'KEEPBIK. RONDOUT, and KINGSTON. LAST TBI1 OCT.Jf; CATHKIIX. HUDSON ANDCOXSACKIE boats leave foot of Christopher St. every week dsy st 6 P. M. TriBOSfON LiNETWesTToth st-Dsily. 4 P. M. TV Saturdays at 1. Steamrra BALDWIN and RO MBB, for Cranaton'a. Cornwall, Newburg.New Ham burg, Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepale, Hyde Park, Esopua, Kingston, connecting with U. k D. B. B. for all points InOatahill Mountain.. feTEw HAVEN. Fare, tl: EXCURSION tl.no. ' Fast eteamera leave Pier 26, E. It., dally (Sun days excepted), li P. M. end 12 midnight, arriving in time for trains North and East. "P AM8DELL UNEBteamera leave Pier 24. N. R., J V foot Franklin at., for West Point, Cold Spring, Oornw.il, Ftshaill Landing and Newburg, week daya, 6 P. M.; Bundaya. A. M. JsHl.risJlji. E R I E R A I LRO A D. Through tralna leave New Tork, foot of Chambers atreet, aa follows, and five minutes earlier from West S8d street: QUVi A- M. VeaUbuled Express dslly for flings'''-''-' hamton, Waverly. Eluilra. Buffalo, Bradford, arrtvoa Buffalo 8 P. M. Parlor car to Buffalo. 9.1 R A. M. VeaUbuled Expr... dally for Port M aJ Jorvtssnd Monlloello. Daily, except Sunday, for Lackawaxen, Honeedale, and Important local points to Klmlra. Pullman Parlor car for Elmlra. JV, f. B.-Veetlbule limited- Feat mail dally. 4,iirJ Solid train for Chicago, arrives st Cleveland 7:40 A. M., Chicago 6 P. M. Sleepers to Chicago. Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining car. 7-30 M.-BuSalo and Cleveland Veellbuled .. VVfapreee dally, arrlvee Buffalo 7:05 A. M.. Bradford 7:20 A. M.. Jamestown 7:00 A. M , Young.' town 10:27 A M.. Cleveland 12:80 P. M. sieeper. to Buffalo and Cleveland. Cafe Library Oar. 9'1 a S; . -Dally solid trr-lr, or Blnghamton. !. . miT1' waverlr . Chlcaao. Sleepera to Bor-P.'A'iY.'UL- Chicago and Cincinnati. Dining Oar. 'IMCKET8 LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PTJLLMAN 1 ACOOMalODATIONS at 1 11. lis. Ml 461 and S52 ii'07dW.V,!75?wet, 1M "' 1'"1" at. and 278 Weat 128th at, Cbambera and Weat 2,'ld at f.r rit-a, New York. S8H and Hod Fulton al . KM Broarlwny, Brooklyn; 1.2 River at.. Hob..ken. and Jer.cy City Station. New York Transfer Co. cell, for and checks baggaue from hotels and residences to deati nation. BALTIMORE &" OfllO'R. R. Vrtl"."?. Ifc'i- 'haU Terminal. South Fen y , and foot of Liberty Street. Dally. IK.ic.pl Sunday. ISundare. gHlCAOO SAA. kf. tl:46FM..andiJ lon'ghl. PITT8BUBO..4 80A.M., tB.SoP. M . II Sf.P.M . 1Ai').?JrlhHi:ii.Aij trains from Llben st oulri. SmSWMlJP- a", 410:00 A. At., 'MS6P. M. NBW OBLEANS. .4.66 P. M. (through sleeper). Att kcalaa an lihuainated wish Ptuiech light. ,J:.l?ai"' iit ti4BrodwM. tl East atflyj" valJgy ftsal.' Mttlji-?"lt''.h Sam aotax at riaUeatitnaatnatsoB? aVestaatflesSe Pennsylvania tggaJn5z.OA.33. STATIONS foot of Wast Twcntytblrd Hlreel ... Dsa.ros.ee ,.nd Cortlandt street.. '" fr-Tha leaving time from Deebroa... ,n , ry, Bndt streets Is ten minutes Ister than that .ult below for Tweaty third Street station. """. TiBO A. M. FAST MAII.-Pnllinan Buffet Parte. tFff: rN8KrLrWF,D,:l;;r, Oompartment Sleeping. Dining, Smoking and off aefvatlon Oars. For cTilcs;,., (ievelsn.l "".li . Cincinnati, Indianapolis, I-onieville. 81 I om. llSv) t. M. CHICAOO AND ST. I.OI'IS F.XPliiga For Naahville (vis Cincinnati!, Chicago' ht LonkT B.SO F. .. WKBTItRN EXPRESS -For il'vjui I" Chloago. For Toledo, except Katurd.y. l",,Uni. Tltjt P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS -. Httabur.ClnclniiaUJIndlana..ol,. hi L,on " Ti40r. M. PACIFIC fcxPBEB!j-FnrP,ltl'ura..a .Chicago. Oonnecfa ' f''rClevelsnd. except Ssi.TldJ? SlM P. M. MAIL AND EXPR&S -Punman lluj-a Bleeping Oar New York to Alt.,ona. East Ubaro? jntaiorig. and polato West daily except Sunday; rTASIttNaTON AND THE SOOTH 7:60 8:20.8:10. :ISO(DlnlngCar. 10:r,0 (Dining 0sn A. M., 12:60. 1:60 (80 " Congres.ional Llm"" i3 Parlor and Dining Oars), 4i2o . Dining en irl (Dining Car). S) P. M.. 12 or night. Su'ridaV 8:10, tt;20. 10:60 (Dining Car) A. M. (820 "Can: greMlonalLim," all Parlor and Dining Cars) sita (Dining Oar). 4:60 (Dining Oar), 8:80 P. M . ljloj BOUTHERN RAILWAT.-Expresa, 4:10P.M., not night dally. '"" AT&HflO OOAST LIrTB -Express, titOAMaasJ CHESAPEAKE INO OHIO RAILWAY. 4:60 P. K, FOBOLD POINT OOMrORT and N0BF0LK.-7 aa A. M. week days and7 :40 P. M. dally. w ATLANTIC 0ITY.-l:80 P. M. weak days (Deebrosses and Cortlandt Btreeta. 2:10 P. M.), Through VestS buled Train. Buffet Parlor Cars. Passenger Coeoa. and Combined Coach. CAPE MAY. 11:60 P. M. week days. Long "ranch, Aabury Park (Interlakaaluadaytt Ooaau Grave and Point Pleasant (from Waal Twsai ty third Street Station), 8:60, 11:60 A.M., ill 8:20,8:60. 4:60. 8:50 P.M. Sundaya, 8:20 A ItJ Arts) P. M. (from Deebroasea and Cortlandt Btreettl. 0:10 A.M., 12:10, 2:80, 8:40, 4:20, 6:10, 7.00i? M. Sundays, : 46 A. M., 6:16 P. M. ' F AB PHIL A l K I. PH IA . t:10, 7:20, 7:60, SilO. 1:60.8:20 (9:60 Penna. Ua. lted), t:60 (Dining Car), 10:60 (Dining Oar). 11:6 A.M.. 12:60. 1:50. 2:60, 8:M). 4:20, 4:20 (Dintng Oar), 4:60 (Dining Car), 6:60 (Dining Car), 7 to tiM P M ., 12:06 night Bandar, SiirT. 8:20, 6:601 :20, 90 (Limited), 9:60. 10:6(5 (Dining Car) A. Mv 1:50 (Dining Oar), 8.60. 4:20 (Dining Oar). 4:8 (Dining Oar), 6:60 (Dining Car). 7i40. 8:60 P. M. 12:06 night. Ticket office. Noa. 461, 44, 1 IPS, 1828, 111, and 2S1 8 roadway, 1 Aator Houaa, waat Twenty-third Stria) tatlon, and stations foot of Deebroaaaa and OcrV B Streets; 4 Court Street, 800 Fulton Street, ut way can d Pennaylvanla Annex Station, Brook. Station, J.rser City. Tha New York Transfer Company will oall for aad check baggage from ha. tela and reeldenoee through to destination. Telephone " 2767 Eighteenth Street" for Penmylrs. n is Railroad Cab Service. 1. B. Hl'TOHINBOH. J. B 'a-OOD, Oeneral Manager. Oeneral Paaa'r Ageat "AMEBICA'S OBEATBST BAILBOAD.'f NEW YORK CENTRAL. All through tralna stop at Albany, Ctioa, Byracuaa, Boohaatar and Buffalo. Tralna laava Oread Central Station aa follows: 8 .Of A. M Dally , except Sundays. Famous .0J EMPIRE STATE EXPRESS LIMITED. Paateat train In tha world. Due Buffalo 4:46, Ith agar. Pall. 6:82, Toronto U:00 P. M., Detroit 11:18 P. M. Limited to it. seating capacity. R.d. M.-FA8T MAIL. Dally-Por Buffalo, Xt. O.tO agara falls and Cleveland. 1 i Si M.-DAY EXPRESS, except Sundays 1U.OU For Buffalo and all Important New York State points. lJUIP. M. - SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED ssl IS-fU CHICAGO SPECIAL, Dally-For Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Chicago. 3 .Of, P. M.-TBOY AND SARATOGA SPECIAL, si ejvr oapt Sunday r"or Troy and Saratoga. 5.lfi P. M -LAKE SHORE LIMITED, Daily-24-JJ hour train for ( lucairo. via lAku Shore. Do. Cleveland 7:16 A. M., Chicago 4 P.M. Sleeping and parlor oars only. fiJlfi P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS, Dally-For UiVV1 Niagara Falls. Toronto, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. 6 .OR P. M. -NORTHERN EXPRESS, Dally-For .jjtf Montreal, and, exoept Saturday, for Ottawa, 7. A( P. M.-ADIRONDACK MOUNTAIN'S AND TAJ MONTREAL EXPRESS, Daily VU Utica 8.JC P. M. BUFFALO AND SOUTH WES TKRS .-0 SPECIAL, Dally For Niagara Falls. Cluvs lsnd, Cincinnati, Indianspolts and St. Louis. Q-flf I P- M- -SPECIAL LIMITED MAIL. Daily tyWf (sleeping car only) For polnte on Fail Brook, vis Lyons, and for Rochester aud Uuflalo. 9.1 K P. M.PACIFIO EXPRESS, Dally For Ua .10 wego, Ogdcnsburg, Buffalo, Niagara Falia, Cleveland, Toledo. Chloago, and, except Satur days, for Cape Vincent and the Auburn road. 1 O.l A XIU'IT MIDNIOHT EXPRESS FOR CHI 14.1U CAOO. Every night except Sunday night, Sunday night Chic.iro sleepers lesve at l):lo. HABLEM DIVISION. 8:16 A. M. and 8:27 P. M. Dally, except Sunday, as Pittsfield; Sundsys only at H:20 A. M. Wagner Palace Cars on all through trains. Trains illuminated with Pinucb light. Ticket offlcea at US, 261, alSaati 42 Broadway, SI East lath St. 285 Columbus av., 01 West 126tB at. (irand Central Station, 126th St. Station and 188th St. Station. New York; 8.1H and 726 Fulton St., snd 101 Broadway, E. D.. Brooklyn. Telephone "27DO Thirty-eighth street" for New York Central Cab Service. rUirgsge checked from hotel or residence by Wcstcott Kxpreas Company. UEOROK H. DANIELS. General PaaseDger Ageut Lehigh Valley System. Stations toot of Weat 28d St. (Penn. R. R.) Conlan.it or Desbrosscs St. Indicates time from West 28d St. Other figures abow time from Cortlandt or Deabrosses St. 0:10, 6: SO A. M. dally (Sunday "6:46, 7 A. M.) for EABTON and Intermediate atetions. '7iOO. SiSO A. M. daily for WILKESBABRE, 8CRA.M0.N, ITHACA. GENEVA, ROCHESTER. BUF FALO, MAiiARA FALLS and the West and principal local point.; dining car and chair car to Buualo. "11 16O, ltiOO noon dally, except Sunday. BLACK DIAMOND KXPHK8S." Arrives Buffalo U:66 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Dsy Coaches and Parlor Oars. Dining Csr Service. Mesls a la carte. -Connecte at Buffalo with through sleepera to Detroit and Chicago. IBiSO, 1:00 P. M. daily for EABTON. MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESBABRE, SCBANTON and coal branches. Chair car to Eaaton. 818O, 4ilO P. M. dally, except Sunday, for WILKESHARRE. PITT8T0N, BCBANTON and prin cipal Intermediate atetions. Counecta for all points In cot', reglona. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Wllkrabarre. 4:50, SiBOP. M. daily, except Sunday, for F..s TON and Intermediate atatlona. I 4iSO, 0:15 P. M Sundsys only, for MATCH CHUNK and Intermediate stations. BiBO, BilO P. M. dally, except Sunday, for EAS TON and principal Intermediate station". SiOO, fiOOP. M. dally for BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, and all points West. Pullman sleeper veall bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Sleepers to Buffalo snd Toronto. Dining Csr New York to Exaton. TiaO, 81OO P. M. dally, except Sunday, stopping only at SOUTH PLAlNFTELD, EABTON, BETHLE HEM, MAUCH t HUNK. BAYRE. GENEVA, ROCHES TEE. BATAVIA, BL't'FALO and TORONTO. Pullman sleeper forBufialo. None but aleepiug-carpaaaengeri carried. No baggage carried. BiSO, SlBOPM. dally for WILKE8BABBB. ITH ACA. OLNEVA, ROCHESTER, BUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, and all polnte Weat. Pullman aleeperto Chicago. Additional local trains daily, except Sunday, for SOUTH PLAINFIELD, BOUND BROOK, and Inter mediate polnte, leave a. follows: 10:20, ki o, 10:20, 10:80 (Sundays oulyl A M 1:20, 2:10, S:r0. 4:10, 5:60 and 6:60 P. M. Ticket, aud Pullman accommodations at 116, 341, 278, 865, 844 and 182,1 Broadway, 81 Eaat lath at, 166 E 125th at. 127 Bowery, N. X.; BSOFultouat.. 4 Court st; us B'way, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn. N. Y. Transfer Co. will rail for and check bausaje from hotel or residence through to destination DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA-" WESt KRN It. B. Stations In New York, foot of Barclay and Christopher Streets. VESTIBULE TBAINS, PULLMAN HI Fl It CARS, I'INT.SI'H LHillT. SiOO A. M.-ISlngbamton Mall, btopa at principal atations. 10:00 A. M. (Cafe Can Buffalo, Scranton. Blnr hamton, Owego, Ithaca, Elmlra. Utica, Hyracii.i, snd Oswego Express. Pullman buffet nsrlor at -. Connectlngat Buffalo with trains for Chicago sn 1 points Wrat. llOO F. M. -( Daily i-Chicago slid Buffsl veatlliold express for Bcraxiton. l)uiitistotn snd Eluilrs. Ac. Pullman buffet parlor cars to Elmlra. Thr 1 irftt sleeping car. and day ooech to Chicago, arrivtna-at 4:16 P. M. next day. 4iOO P. M. Scranton. Wilkeabarre and Plymouth Expreea. Pullman buffet parlor cars. 7i0 P. M.-(Dsily)-Chlcsgo Vestibule Limited l.x- preaa for ScranUm, Ulnalianiton, Elmlra, Buffalo. Through buffet alcplng car New York to Chicago. Dining car weat of Buffalo. BiSO P. M. (Daily - Buffalo Expreas. Pullman sleepers for Scranton. Blnghamton, Elmlra, Bstn, Ml. Morris and Iluffaln. arriving Buffalo S A M 18O P. M. -(Daily Buffalo, Screuton, Blngham ton, Owego, Ithaca, Elmlra, Syracuse, Utlcs, aud Oewego Expreas. Pullman buffet sleepers. Tlokels and Pullman accnmmodatl ns at ll.o.;y Oatr I Bona. Ltd., 118 Broadway, 14 Park place, 4J8 and 04'.' Broadway. Tickets at ferry statlonr. Ill 4th av.. ror 12th St., HI Wast 1261b st, 186 Colutn; busav , New York; 888 and 72H Fulton at. and 101 Broadway , Brooklyn. Time tables giving full :t:f" matlnn at all stations. U'rat.'otl'a Express Company will call for and cliecs baggage from hotel or residence to destination- New York and Bostoo All RalL X. T.. N. B. k H. It B. and conaeououa. Prom Grand Central Station. I., ave By war of Im, 8:04 A.M. Springfield and Worcester. 8.3i 1' 10:0o A.M.. ttNcw lAjndouandPruvideuoe.8: ' I' VI. Ilo u:l A.M.. New L'ludoa and Provideuce, 4 26 J' J 12:00 M.. BpringBeld and Wor'i-ster, B:40PJI. tliS'P.M.. Air Line, via Willuuaiitic. n , I 1.02 P.M. New London and Providence, 7" I" 8:IK P.M . 'New London and IT ividrnoe, Mini 4:00 P.M.. SpriugBaM and Wonteater, 10:O ' I 6:00 P.M. .N.-w Loudon aud Prolilanca.ll "'1 1 1 .00 P M . "SprMigneld and Worcester. 6:16 ' 12:00 P.M., "New Loudonsnd Providence, 11 It I M .Runs dally, including Himday. ttBay Bute Limited, all parlor cars; fare 17, in cluding parlor car ae.l. tAlrLlne Limited; arrives and deptrta f rom I r Bu.11.re Station. Boatoo. Return aerv ic. .auie n -ur and bv eaxue route. -Will .top at 12"th street. Through parlor aud aieepiug ' . by each train C. T. HEMPSTEAD. Uen. Paa.. Agent THB SUN Harlem Branch US WEAtT 1S5TH STBBaTS, I w H