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I fWli Tft - " , THE SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1898. 1
I Millinery
H , iP exhibit this morning in the
mt Millinery Parlors a collection of cn-
Hv "tirtly new Hate, Bonnets, and Toquet,
ml. prepared with especial reference to
w Hone Show demands, if is a collec-
Hf eii th o&wot be described, no
C' worthy collection could be. It will
I f probably be tnough to say that it
L represents our best efforts, and will
, f he found entirely worthy of the clien-
f teU for whieh it is prepared and the
f purpose Jo which the fiats are espe-
dally dedicated.
f A Chrysanthemum -,
II 8how on the
f mala aisle and in the Rotunda. It
Is composed exclusively of Chrysan-
K themums, but they are of no ordi-
Mr nary sorts.
f It is a showing worth coming in
m" . to see, as much for its own sake as
R for the material advantage its mer-
t cantile side offers, in case you desire
B the blooms or the plants for your
Bf own. There are famous specimens
; here, from celebrated flower-growers.
ijKiv- Prict of the blossoms, singly, 20c. to 7Sc
Kf OujttnlBemum plants, in 6-in. pott, 35c;
mi . ia 8-ia. pots, .50c
I B Broaovray.
Storm Shoes for 2ft
.K Wen and Women wear for
rainy weather and for the cold,
4 blustering days that will soon be
upon us. We would be pleased to
4 have you examine the kinds men-
tioned below. You'll be pleased,
a too,, if you do so:
I : S FOR WOMEN
t . S At. $4 Shoe of box ctlfskin; stout, fine
i jjf grained leather, with toft kid tops; heavy,
! ;(; bat flexible soles; square heels; buttoned or
I FOR -MEN
I m At $5 Laced shoes of tan, oily, grain calf,
' with doable extension soles; blant raised
t " toes; as near waterproof as leather can be)
I ' i all seams stared; both soles and uppers
if' , treated with a waterproofing material.
i' ' ' Vcfth arentte and Ninth streeL
. Portion of a
HI Opera, Glasses refcnt ;
and Lorgnettes tation of these
II iv,. handsome goods in the newest de
ll '! .signs are now ready. The display
11 ywill be particularly interesting to
II f those who contemplate attending the
II I Horse Show., Seekers for appro
W L priate holiday gifts may conclude
1 j their search here "with profit. Prices
1 i i have been made very moderate. A
I jfe .few are mentioned, but to fully ap-
? predate the values, please see the
r goods:
t At $4.50 U-llgne Lttrnier opera glass, in
'g, white or Oriental pearl; gold-plated slides.
i Some 13-ligne glasses, same style, at $5.
f At 3.25 Real shell lorgnettes; pearl and
h gilt trimmings.
lm AtS to $25 Real sheU lorgnettes; all shapes,
I j nul tiff.
i I At $4.75 to $30 Sterling suTer, surer gilt,
r v gun metal and gold lorgnettes.
h ; f too4r.
ti '' ff" MM'x. oi,.u Th3 " a special
111 tl0rSJ?!?Oy line of lkarat
HI Scarf Pins gold scarf pins in
II f. the designs that find greatest favor
VM$, for horse-show wear. In the' lot are:
i :L Gotd bone-ehoe pins at"$L 50 to $3.
Ml rl horse-hoe pins at $6 to $16.75.
If Golf Stick Fins at $1.75 to $6.75.
jiljr Coaching Horns, 'VrTiips. Riding Crops,
$ M Spun, Bits, etc, at $2.75 to $5.50.
! Jff 9f9tHwtT.
jft The Candy Stored Aubr
life Weekly Story rcasori.
I ijff able prices that's the daily story
:w .here; -Each succeeding week, how-
" '(W WCT' S8 a DCW e tae Purc
f .jS goods at exceedingly low prices.
I Jl This time, two interesting offerings.
1 1; Chocolate-covered marshmallows and
jlj s chocolatecovered ' cream cherries',
f fmk1 both at 20c. a pound regularly 30c.
Wjm here, and much more even than that
t; amm tejother stores.
I ill M'HN WAMAMAHER
3 fflk S Josmtrly A. T. Stewart ft Co.,
t Iffl JpitVocdway, 4th av., 9th. and 10th sts.
1 ' I if " ?0tfJ HKA !.
I Ian j r.i." r.r i- Minj-nr t m n if rri '1 n-' inn-rn n - -i -in
5T" fe H'S T BOn fiuaaar taorniBf. Hot. . b4twua Btb
fl. I 'W jLtkv.-aad U at aai UaSUoa t. s B6ih t. a
ri . fn',f sasajjailawafcfciadpw. nr. on turnlnf th
is litiff awrta & W etb t wlU nctly itiwrt,
h ffl rlf AiS5oUtBBBii prtiirMlrsOot,clpU
ffS W jW wUri MMno(atutac,taaoUicr bulsuaj
n Si ' , nSbdVififc fc TTI0Qr5a.U0Maitg.
M llf frAaUME.-VI.O0O burs tit rUbUortttSUUof
4 He r tflLiraTork. lseladinx $1,000. or stoeki pUn
fr.v !j; wjterwttn rti'i finn r 4 r "
' Mi s& r"" aldiSSALD fiaaaii. kokumh,
ffii K . . A- ctin 4imuwn). lone Umi ri onlff l.apoi
fff'lWL. ' f.Ka tlJW)Tfwl rton of MUln, buoUur
1H' '""'T' tg!uCThff? traoonw. no num.
HJff ' J prtOLD ai WtaOrtO, ItOXaisu.
BBEBsffil!!Baikas.-jv'g'p. .j r . ;,
Beauties of Vcnils Mardn.
Our Vornls Martin jloeeo hoTO tho e&mo
rich benuty which mal thalr originals eo
popular In tho tlmo of Loiils XV.
Cabinets havo qualntlr bulging sides doo
oratod with paintings of pastoral scones,
jt&godaa and airy bridges, ouplds and ffracc
ful garlands of forns, leaves and flowers,
which stand out from a background flocked
with gold. Ot course, covered Trlth tha
" Martin" Voraish.
Xilttlo curio cabinets with slondcr, grace
fully currlnj lees, At $11.00. Kost Tables
tho handiest orranijenient lmsBlnoblo for
the fcostcHSaro 519.00. Muslo Cabinets In
tbo oddest shapes all are beautiful and in
expensive when you
"ouv opjme MAtuyc"
Geo. C.FfciNT Co,
3.45mb'47WST23?SX. '
NEAR BROAPVAY.
rACTOfrr. 5 and IS6 wtsr t9?STReer
ginnoforttg, Dt$nxfl, He.
WEBER
7XAXTO WARZKOOMS,
COBNEIl tTH AV. AND lOTH ST.
S18S.OO,
lthtr ia cub or tur monthlr pTmnU, will trar a
mllum,lioSTUYVESANT ifPHIMUT PIANO.
7HocUTct, rullr warranted, durable, reliable, ana
cfjtood tone qnelltr. "-
Thle iDeinunent mar bo ezcbaoee4 at nj-Ume
within are Teers from delo ofpnrchue for a sew
'WEUER PIAKO ura netr WOEELCKJIt PIANO, when
a fair allowance will be mado, orlf eicbanced within
one rear tho full price paid for same will be
allowed.
Catalogues arid fuU particulars milled free to anr
addreea.
OLD TKBTnUirEtfTS TAKEN IN EXCHANaL
Cor. Filth Ave. & Sixteenth St
POPULAR
PIASI PSANOS.
Direct from fectorr topnrchuer, at prieee that defr
competition; eurterme. HPKCIALi 11AIKJAINS
In lllabUr need planon. Call or write for catalogue.
VKASE PIANO CO.,
81 rt o;o W tit 3d et.. near 8th aT.
STECK PIANOS.
Wereroome 11 EAST 1TII ST. Full eseortment
of these reliable tnitrumrnu. Also a numberof eec-end-hand
erandandnprlsht and alotofmuare pianos
of rartous makes and at all prices, for sale onessr
terms If required. Some alien tlr need pianoi at great
bargains. glANOS TO JtErlT.
BABOAINS. lip right piano, 75;Chickerlng grand,
ll&O; equsrti. 120 uy; eier payments.
' Cul8TMAN. IB East 14th t-
BABOAIN8. New nprtghtplsnos, S126; Sohmer,
Stelnwar; sscriflces. OTNTEKROTII, 105 East
14th St.. and 114 eth aT.
OHDON BPniOUT8,nw...S7.00 mo S2S0.00
Onrdon. sUghtlr used. Sft.OO mo S200.00
BESTS LOW Large Tartetr to select from.
GORDON'S. 130 fifth ay., bet. 20th and 3 1st sts.
T ARAB aMortmrpt, tllghtlr utd, 60 to S12S: rent.
ajsa;small lnstallmtnta. OnTrierBros.,18E.lUisU
RELIABLE Connor pianos: gusranteed high grade;
XV medium prices; eier terms; renting, eichsngins,
repairing. East2d.
gendlug glottlfl nnfl wtnurants.
Ptel empire.
BOULEVARD AND C3D ST.
Famished In a Beautiful and Homelike Manner.
Conducted on the European and American Flans.
SELECT MODERN FIREPROOF
Splendid Location, Very Accessible,
Perfect Culslno, Efllclent Service,
An Extensile Llbrarj of Choice literature
baa just been addei
Orchestral Concerts Every Evening.
THE BEST AT REASONABLE COST.
IV. JOHNSON QUINH, Proprietor.
HOTEL CECIL,
WEST 118TH BT JUST OFF 7TH AVE,
Corner of fit. Nicholas are.
A modern fireproof select famllr apartment hotel,
offering sccommodaUons ftqnlvslent to anr in ele
gance of appointment, serrlce and cuisine, at leas
than half downtown rates. A few choice suites of
2 and s rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished,
trrweek, mouth or annual lease. A1IEHICAN PLAN.
Superblr furnished bachelor apartments ot bed
room, sitting room and bath, from S35 per month.
UflTPI UARTV French TabU d'llote. 47 West
nUICL mflnll stthSt. Lunch aoe.i Dinner
60c., wine and coffee included; serrlce a la carte at
all hours. Booms br dar or week.
gxtttrgmns.
YUE-PMNCffON
FOOTBALL GAME
AT PBINCBrON,
SATURDAY. NOV. aS.iSOS.
SPECIAL TRAINS
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
A. r. A. M.
Z.T. TTEST23D ST....!....-. IOiSO lllZO
EV. COUT. AND DlnijgTS....l0l3O 1130
BETUBNINOArTKU OAME.
$2.00
FOK TBE HOUND Tttir.
DEEP SEA FISHINn-Bteamer FOSTKlt daUr, ex
cept llondsraaud Saturdays. East 23d at., 7i0;
Bslterr, 8120 anarp. Pare Sl.oo, with bait. Will go
to Cholera Banks weather permitting.
SEEP-SEA FlSUlKO.-ilteamer ANOLEH, dallr,
except Uondar; fare, ooo,; 21st at, E. It.. Tt2S
Battery. 8 .-OB; Old Beliable Pilot Al Foster on board.
PiBHINO. Tbnrsdar, on Steamer AKOLEB, erery
passenger on board caught all the fish they could
carry. Fare, SO cents.
guuUc lotlcrs.
NOTICE TCI TAXPATEKS,
BEPAnTMmrroFFINlNCE, BUBEAUFORTHE
COLLECTIOlT OF TAXES, No. 1ST Cbsmbera Street
(Stewsrt HnlldinK), Nsw lort , Norember 1, 1898.
NOTICE IS HEBEBY OIVENi to all persons whose
taxes in the Boroughs of Manhattan and the Bronx
for the year 1808 remain unpaid on the ftrat day of
Norember of ssld year that unless the same shall be
paid to the Hecelter of Taxes at his oSloes, No. 67
Chambers Street, in the Borough of MaahatUn, and
atld ATenue and i7TU Street, In tha Borough of
the Bronx, respecUrely, on or before th Drat day of
Secemberof said year, ho will charge, recelre and
coUert upon such taxes so remaining unpaid on (hal
day, la addition to the amount or euen taxes, one
per centum on the amount thereof, aa proTlded by
section W10 of the Greater New Xork Chartar (Chap
ter 878, Laws of 187).
DAVID K.APgTES.BecelTer of Taxes. '
1PBOP08AL8 will be ecelted at the Bureau ot
A Supplies and AocounU. Nary DSpartmtBt. Wash
lBgton. D. C unul 12 o'clock noon. Norember 32,
168, and publicly opened immediately thereafter,
to furnish at tha New York Narr Yard a qnanutr
of eTeporaied apples, corned beer, roast betfsalt
beef, biscuit, green cono, pheat Sour, mutton,
Taporated peaches, pickles, prunes, laislns, rice,
sirup, sugar, tea, tomatoea. tinned Tcgetahles,
Tluaaar, lalt-wstar aotp, mattresses, and pecker
chiere. Blank proposals wilt, be furnished upon
aptillcaUonJo the Nary Pay, Oftca. New York;
KDW1N STEWART, PaVnuaterHlanen). V. S. N.
11-3B8.
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CASINO! ReopeM Tl-Mirrow NloM!
1 xlffi?. "A Datrm Mali)."
SSrlffflr
HORSED tA'S'&'fiSlStW"'
8H0W HffftJffi'goMm.
STM-THE FIHISHOF H; FM8. gifcat
MeitWeefc-My Frieud From India. Ore.. 60a.
COLUMBUS. AAaSR,.
Next TTeek-OARL A. Uk&Wtt-X UOHT gEABT.
IBVINQ FLlCETUEATBETo-nlcht aod oat. mat i
pop. prices'. Sat. eye last times Logenbrusder
CLodaeBretkreo).
l&nwtmtntt.
nsim.i is ji. lti n n tltl ulii. ri.r n "i. nnrr in f tT i 'ii"i"'t" --
A.BA8ITBK cBfiTINUMS Uf,81-
AlaAVrb PEHroRMANCE P.M. Mat.
ArTEEOU AND TBJ! 8 BOSKBBM, LTDtA
DltKAMa (American repMeni,L160DEhYAI.TO,
ADELMAN AND LOWE. LOUISE SANFORD, iVSO
BALMO, MANY OTHEB9. . .. .-
SO ADVAMOB IN rRICKS-Ma., BO.
PRIlOTflR'S Contlnnoes Performance if.4
DEBUT OP MAIWE JAN8KN I .
ANNIE SCTnERLAND k CO. (another debut),
JAB. THORNTON. W1LLARD 8IMHS, It CORN-
ALIAS, HALL AND BTAIXY. 8TINE AND EVANS.
OEIITIC COOIRAN. WAUnRAFH, 1ANY OTHERS.
NO AUWNUK IN PIUCKS-8BC.. 80c.
(jilt nir JV TllEATUE. ZUust. A Madison ar,
WAiauutl Etenlngs, 7!t5. Mat. at 2.
CHlRLja FBOlrifAN Uanagsr
LAST THREE WEEKS. ,
TO-NKJ1IT AT 718, '
MR. RICHARD
' CYEANO BEEGERAC,
BY
ETJMOM3 ROSTAND.
Only Matinee Saturday.
Seats now selllnKfor the remainder of sneagemmt.
which termlnstee Saturday, Not. 28. r
SPECIAL THAXEBOlVllfo DAY MATINEE.
Sroadnay Theatre. Etas. 8:15. Sat. Mat. 2.
LAST WEEK OP
FRANCIS WILSON and Company.
THE LITTLE CORPORAL.
NEXT WEEK. SEATS NOlV BELLTNO.
JEFFERSON Ot ANGEUS I THE JOLLY
OPERA COMPANY. 1 MUSKETEER.
By Julian Ed wards and Stanislaus Btange.
lieguUr prices tl.50. 1.0O, 7S cenU. 60 cents.
EHPIRr THEATRE, Broadway and 40th it.
urarilll. Erenlngs, 8:16. Matinees, 2UK.
CHA3LES FBOHMAN Manager
'"The Liars' has caught on here sa it did in Lon
don." Herald.
Mr. Charles Frobman presents
MR. JOHN DREW
In Henry Arthur Jones's comedy,
TTTITi T.TATta.
Matinees Wednesday and fstnrday.
PRDDIOlf THEATRE, B.'.th St, near Broadway.
UAnnlblV ZTenings, 8tl6. Matlncee, 2:ir.
Uoyt t McKee, Leuees. Charles Frobman, Manager.
" An indisputable succese," Herald.
Chsrtea Frohmsn Presents
ANNIE RUSSELL
and nret rut, prcentlne
CATHERINE.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
sfWA A. . THEATRE. Bwar t 28th at.
etos."7fl5? EDWIN KNOWLES Manager
Tsir AV -ONE WEEK ONLY
CJfal JOSEPH JEFFERSON
in RII VAN WlXfUJ-:.
Wednesday. NoTember 18. Matinee, THE RIVALS.
Theatre closed this week.
Box oface open dally IA.1I. Mr. Ward. Trees.
ACADEMY lath at. and Inrlng pi.
E. Q. Ollmore and Eugene Tompkins, Props. A Mgrs.
BOm'ENlR-S.BOthPerformsnce.Tuesdsy.NoT.lR.
SPOBTBNG LIFE. $$.
Msnagpment Jacob Iitt.
30 HORSES and 200 PEOPLE-1R Mammoth Scenes.
Mats. Wed, and Sat, 2. Etcs.8;16.
MADISON SQUARE SKS,.,
SD 3IONTII. nt1kT
Charles Frohman preaenta H IvJ
You'll Laugh VAl
NeTer laughed AiMP
MaUneSirday. fl'PP'
Evgs.8:30. Mat. 2il5. JrJL J.
CARNEOIK HALL. Next Snnilny Night.
second Emit Paur
Popular srSIPnONY OlloiIESTIlA.
8UndaV Rntberlne Blooilgooil. Contralto
0 '."I""'.. Max Knrser. lollnlat
Concert JeieleShny , PiauUto
Ilea, aeats. now on ssle, 23c, KOc, 7fc. Boxes, B!i.
Direction: VICTOR THRANE Knabe Piano used.
fCASTLE SaOPERA CdeAVE.
$$&" PIRATES OF PENZANCE.
Ere'e 8H 6.25c, COc,76c..tl.OO. MsU.,1.100 re..25c.
SOOTHTIME, nARUFM NOTX
,nov. i. wnniHtn. souvenirs.
HORSE SHOW.
. The box office at MADISON SQUARE OARDEN will
be open to tha public from A. M. until 5 P. M.
TO-DAY for the sals of reserved seats for afey single
performsnee.
ST. NICHOLAS
noth St. West, near Columbus Ave.
Open to the Public Dally. Except Mondays.
PERFECT ICE. SKATES F REE.
amneJ? t B'war. -Et'b funnier on
Ttyr''. :l. Mats. Wed. the stsge."
n. . r and Sat., 2:18. on
TAitiVV 50tbt8ouT.)Perf. B,m
'" Mon.NoT. 14. " I
KNICKERBOCKER, BROADWAY A .1HTH ST.
VIOLA ALLEN last two weeks.
THE CHRISTIAN CAW
NOTE.-MUC ALLEN will continue her N. Y. en
eagament at the OARDEN THEATRE, beginning
Monday. Not. 28. Beats ready Monday. Not. 2 1 .
KEITH'S toot1n&0kctoe,r,i?.!1mance-
nasi II W Balconies, 25c. Admission. 50c
Front Orchrstrs, 7Eo. Box Beata. 81.00. Boxes Ret'd.
MINNIE DOPREE In "Too Happy by Half."
Talke and Bemon. Kate Darts and a splendid list of
American and European attractions.
BIOORAPHi QUEEN W1LUELMTNA.
WAT.T.AnTr'R B'wsr Erenlnge. 8:15.
WAJJAJZibAVO. npta .t. Bat. MaUnee. 2.
TI7ZjXA .A LTTJfl. HJ Jb.
In Francea Hodgson Burnett's k StephenTownesend's
A LADY OF QUALITY.
KOSTER & B1AIS. "jgf;
"WILLIAMS ANI WALKER and Co. ot 40 artists
Hawthorne Sisters. Josle Hall and others.
BURLESQUE AND FOREIGN VAUDEVILLE STARS.
Sunday Night, Nov. 13, Sacred Concert.
ESI mil BROADWAY AND SOTH ST.
ESBtS W . Matinees Wed. and Hst
may ? KATE K,p
IRWIN success. Buyer.
YALTMTtlNCETON FOOTBALL OAME. SKATS
on side ot Field 82.50. at TYSON'S, WINDaOR
HOTEL and HOTEL MANHATTAN.
LYCEUM ssaws&daa SOTHERIL
MATINEES Thursday and Saturday, 3.
A. COLONIAL GIRL
A COLONIAL Q1RL
MURRAY ffisvf HAT. EVERY DAY.
Entire house. matlnees,-25e. Errnlngs, 25c. and soc
STv. DONNELLY THIS HAMII I F
BTOOE COMPANY. WEEK toWBIIs.l.&.
SSi SAM T. JACK'S Theatre,
JZM. Broadway and 20th at,
Km a bio shows every day. 2 and .
Ekae. The Mock Turtle. A Warm Reception.
Xf May Kellard. Oorgeoua Pictures.
ufenert 9 ciEin?' Mnsiosothst-atB7
VlLULU & lltLUd HALL. Mats. Wed. A Sat.
jdLUJJAXg'y lOTJ'Jfct-XjTE"
and the new burlesque. OYBAN08E de BRIO A-BRAO
NATIONAL I7tb Autumn Exhibition of
AOAUKMT OIL PAINTINOS,
OF Opsn from Norember 7 to
DESIGN, December S.
M Bt. end th AY. ADMISSION 25c
na (CTPaTI O'Q CONTINUOUS
TRO I UK Oa FERPORIANCE8,
,12:MNOONT011P.M. BEATS 20 AND 80 CENTS.
Harry Watson t Alice Hulchlngs,
CcraRonlt, Coonteaa Von Hatzfeldt.
RBaMlft OPERA I CABLE CARS
unnnu houhe. I passtubdoor.
TO-NIGHT. JAMES CNEIIX NEXT WEEK-Hoyt's
IM "MONTE CRD3TO." "A BTRANOEU IN
MAT. SATURDAY. I NEW YORK."
11TU QT THEATRE, cor. ethar. Mats. Wed. A Sat.
ein al. i.twtekof .ciiaOnoi:y olcott.
Last Times ol SWEET 1NNI8CARRA.
NeitWeek-TllBVlLLAOE POSTMASTER.
COtb Pertormanoa Tuea.JioT.lo.Uandaome aouretlrs
aUarthsUypsy MnsTc. eWll QJHkITaIOORAI'U.
DCIifCV Broadway Burlesquers.
EsTf Ea 1 Lottie Oilaoq, John Hcrnell,
TUKATTRE. yields and L.wls. Mats. daUy.
HARLEM ?ioe. I UUPUTIANS"
"OOLDEN E0RSE8U0B.'1 Performance In Kngllah,
Sat Mat. a;16. Not. H.Horfs A DAY k A N1UUT.
- . i.r. ' r M''waWftl'wi'f'"1'1'" '' "i" ""ii i - iiv-ti -x-ii
COLUMBIA. zl5T.ra.
OU HAPPIEST HIT UT
31 M JluoiHoTHAIlLA:,.
Sextweek-stband comedy ca
IN A BRACE OF PARTUUXHJB.
" OOL. e.ni-kai A 1 11 Ersnlng s at S:1B. ,
BINN'fl MONTAUN, Matinees ct 3.10.
1 weeks, NEXTMATINEE SATURDAY. (Mat prices.)
EMPIRE THEATRE CO.
From tha Emptr Theatre, Haw York.
T& CONQUEROR.
VBMita--&tmtt
TUB SUN
Harlem Branch
110 WJI3T 1SSTII 8TRKET
WANTED TboroughlT oxpo
riouood slooro hands; only tboso
acsustomed to first-olftsa work
nood apply. FRED'K LOE8ER
&CO., 484 Fnlton Si, Bropklyn.
WANTED Thoroughly oxpori"
encod salesworoon for cloakB nnd
Baits. Apply Snperintondont's of
fico, 4th floor, botwoen 8 and 9 A.
M. or after 6 P. JL
FRED'K LOESER & CO.,
484 Fnlton st, Brooklyn.
B0OKBINDERS.-Foldcn. pasters, and experienced
girls to open and wrap books.
j. r7 TAPLE Y CO.. 0 Pond st
"nLANKBOOE sa.ar wanted sT28Elm tt
DIUSSSSIAKEn.-nmrelsaa walat trimmera, help
ers snd slesTO hands. 17 East Bath st
GOLDLAYER wanted. . ,.
J. 0. VALENTINE. 275 Mulberry it
VANTED-A woman with general knowledge of
' 1 the umbrella manufacturing business to go out
of town; sslary and expenses paid. For further in
formation apply to .
FOUAIEB. CLQOO at CO.. la Broadway.
0mwtlc etrants Wau0.
It Toar Serranf
seeds Instruction in the
Arft Cooking,
Call her attention to this opportunity.
This coupon entitles a well-recommended ser
vant to one free lesson at
MRS, L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL,
S62 eth ar., where all branches of cooking are
taught by Mrs. O. Lemcke.
WEDI8U cooks, S20 to $50; laundresses, walt
resses, 20 kitchenmaids, chambermaids, house
workers, 20 cooks who wash and iron, laundresses
who do chamberwora. French. German and Bwiss
Udr's maids, Protestant nurses, butlers, second and
third men, wanted Immediately. Mrs. L. 8EELY. 08
West 22d et: serrants entrance. 352 eth ar.
COUPLE Man as uaeful man in the house, wife as
cook aud laundress, for Morriatown. N. J.i good
wages; Protestant: must hare Terr good references.
Mrs. L. 8EELY. 852 8tn ST.
OMPETENT laundress, wages 18, for a family
Bring one hour from New Yorki best references
required. Mrs. L. SEELY. 052 Oth ar.
COMPETENT laundreii. willing to do chamber
work, wagea S20, for Lakewood, N. J.: beat R
erencea required. Mrs. L. SEELY. 862 flth aT.
COOK to go to' Pittalleld. Mass; wsges 2S to $30;
kltcbenmald kept; beat ref erencea required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 352 flth ST.
COOK to c6 to Cooperstown, N. Y: best reference!
required. Mrs. L. SEELY, 852 6th ST.
I7IRST-CLABS laundress, wages f 20. two in fern
A; Uy, for Orange, N. J.; must be competent; beat
references required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 352 flth ar.
F ntST-CLASS laundress to go to Wsahlngton, D. C.
good wsges; Tery best references required.
f Mrs. L. SEELY, 352 8lh ST.
FRENCH lady's maid, wsges $26; must be thor
oughly competent and hate best references.
Mrs. L. BEELY. 352 61h ST.
I7IRST-CLAS3 German or 8wediah laundresi,
- wages (26; best references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 862 8th aT.
KITCHENMAIDS wanted for Greenwich. New York
City, New Rochell. Tnaedo; good wages; must
hare references. Mrs. L. BEELY, 852 8th ar.
1 1ROTESTANT laundress, waicca $20, for a smaU
- family, one hour from New lork.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 862 Oth ST.
SWEDISH cook; wages $30 to $35; must be com
petent, beat references required.
Mrs. L. SEELY. 852 6th ar.
W ANTED Working housekeeper in private fam
' ' Uy, four adults: girl employed In kitchen; good
home to oue gtvlmr satisfaction; sire reference,
wages 1 aired and full particulars. Address HOUSE
EEEPER, Lock Box No. 733, Newburg, N. Y.
WASTED Man. and wife" aa cook and laundreas,
. for uaeful man. for family llrlng one hour from
New York; good wages; Protestant: best references
required. Mrs. L. BEELY. 852 8th aT.
Sltjauttd aialts pecnauiM, St.
" WANTED Thoronghlyxperi
encsd salesmen for the Bilk dopt
Apply Superintendent's office, 4th
floor, between 8 and 9 A. M. or af
ter 5 P. M.
FRED'K LOESER & CO.,
484 Fnlton bj, Brooklyn.
FEEDER) on ruling machines. 26 Beekman at,
top floor.
JOB COMPOSITORS. Two flrstl&ss Jobbera wank
ed at 232 William st. tenth floor.
LTMBRELLAB. Wanted, a first-class cutter.
i ARNOLD, SCUIFF A CO.. 253 Church st
WANTED Boys,' 16 years of age and otot, for
measengcr serrlce. Apply, with recommendv
Hon, American Dlatrict Telegraph Co., 1U1 Fnlton at
WANTED FLOORMAN HOR8E3HOER; good
helper; yonnir man preferred. Apply
J JLSMITH 60NS. South Orange, N. J.
WANTED-Men famlllarwlthrepalrintrgaa atoTea";
ateady work. Address C, box 150 Suu office.
-first-Clnsfl Jttrlp rmaltfl.
COMPETENT laundress; willing to asalat with
chamberwork; wagea $20; beat references. B.
L.. box 608 Hun uptown office, 1285 Broadway.
(100E. Willing to assist with washing and Ironing
in smaU family; beat references. M. O., box 607
Bunuptown orflce. 1265 Broadway.
COMPETENT waitress: willing to take place in city
or country beat references. A. I)., box 60 Sun
uptown otttce, 1266 Broadway.
COMPETENT kitchenmaid; neat, willing and
obliging; good references. M. D., box 602 bun
uptown oface, 1286 Broadway.
"UIAMBERMAID and seamstress; good references;
VJ wages $20. J. R., box 608 Bun uptown offlce,
1266 Broadway
TTTRRT-CLABS waitress; understands serving wines,
A- making salad dressing, earring. Ac. I best refer
ences. A. A., box 608 Sun uptown offlce, 1265
Broadway
GOOD, plain family cook; good bread makeri un
derstands making soups, desserts. Ac; excellent
references. E. C, box 60S Bun uptown offlce, 1285
Brosdway.
K ITCH ENM AID.-Would like situation with first
class cook or chef ; best references. H. F., box
,M2 Sun uptown offloe, 1265 Brosdway.
Y ADNDBE8S. Cnderstande all klnda of licea, Sn.
AJ linens, Ac; best references. A. E., box 611 Sun
uptown orflce. 1168 Broadway.
MAID to lady; vood hairdresser, packer, seam
stress; best ref erencea. E. K., box 601 Sun up
town offlce, 1265 Broadway.
jEAT young girl aT chambermaid and waitress:
Al wages $16; best references. It McO.. box 610
Bun uptown offlce. 1286 Brosdway.
NURSE for small or grown children; willing and
Obliging; good references. N. D., box 601 Bun
uptown oface. litis Broadway.
Sued IS H lanndress; thoroughly competent; wagea
$261 beat references. M. S., box 600 Sun up
town office. 1266 Broadway.
WAITRESS, Beat references; thoroughly eompe".
" tent; wages $20. T. O., box 618 Sun uptown
offlce, 1266 Broadway.
,fi Iw-Cla56 gtlp-fflakg.
MAINDRSEdesiresasteady position; 12 years'
experience In Oermsnr.
CARL yfeiDLER. S BUU at. city.
ClHEr, 84 years old, tingle, for prirste family;
flrst-daaa references. E. T., box 127,Pun uptown
offloe. 1266 Broadway.
'iTIBEMAN. ten years In the last employ) a ateady,
JC temperate and good worklngmen; will sleep
homo nights! employment offices do not answer
this. Address It. W. OAMERON. 611 11th ST.
TOUKO MAN (17) desires position with a corpora
tlon. banking house ormerrautlleSrm; fourears
In treasury dept ot railroad as transfer agent aud
coupon clerk. Address ANXIOUB. box 148 Bun office.
OUNO MAN (22) dis'res position of any kind;
good references and willing to begin at moderate
wsges. WILLIAM MeCONNELL, Haatlnts on-liud-son,
N. Y box 78.
emplojjmtttt gurffiu.
SELECT help of all oapaeltlas furnished at shortest
notlaa. Address Fonrnler's Bureau. 68B 6th ay.
SUlHwrra ana gwmaMBB.
SEAL saequee and caps, altered Into taaMoaabla
camunta at lowest prices. .... .
BARKER'S, 111 West tOth at
PiuceUaufou.
ri -jL.n n.rlJJ-Jsswn.sr)nyvaal-lll,' " "
"R-I-P-A-N. 10 for 6 csnU at druggUU, rroears.
XV reataurantj, saloons, news stands, general (tore
and barber shops. They banish pain. Induce sleep
prolong life. One girts relief.
NEW YORK DX OFFICE, NEWARK, N. J.
ADVERTISBR8 MAY LEA YE THEIR ORDERS AT
704 BROAD BTi. NEWARK. WHEUB THE SAME
OAttK AND ATrftmOK Witt VX B1I0WN AS AT
aiAiH oxnex.
t
eeHtfltiJ ana rhoals.
-aJwaataws.lt
For Horn and Tonne SInlty And Conn try.
SACRED HEART ACADEMY.
Select Oathollo Boarding School) adrantages nn
rurpassedirietr buildings: new otsI; rstes reasonsble.
t Brother AUGUST. West Chsiter, N. Y.
MADISON SCHOOL, 071 SIADISON AV.,
With the 1st ot Norember opens Its new department
to wit the Electrical Laboratory. Course two years:
carer practical work and theory thereof, (limited
numberof outsiders admitted. Seaslona lu labora
tory and lectures In the afternoon. Price $160 for
balance ot the school year. O. YON TAUCF, Prln.
QOnf, EXPENDITURE annuillrl young boys ex
W"UU oluslyelyi tuburban location: exception
ally healthful; uncesalng personal uperrllnn.
HEMPSTEAD. LP NO ISLAND. INSTITUTE.
Musical.
P1.1NO iNSTDtUCTlO'.
Careful, competent teacher; special attention to
beginners; terms reasonable. Address
LENA UHDANO. 108 East lOOIh lt
V'OICESoultlTated to highest perfection by finished
pupil ot the matchless Marches! of Paris; mod
erate terms. AddrssiSINQINaiEACUrit 280 West
60th st, or call a to 6.
Schools for Languages.
LANGUAGES.
The VELASCO SCHOOL nntt
LINGUISTIC CLUU ROOMS,
288 8CHERMERUORN ST.-Ehone 1.110 A B'kln.
Spanish, Oerinnn, Frencli, tJreek, Lntlli, Ac.
Montclalr Institute) of Foreign Langnagra,
818 Orange road. New Jersey. Board and day tchol
ars. At least learn Portuguese and Branlth and do
bnalnesa from North to South fole.
Dancing Academies.
MISS McCABE'S
Dancing School, 21 East 17th at , near B'way.
Prlrata and class lessons daily; beginners any time.
PROF. COBB'S, 887 Hudson at., nearlW, 11th st
Waltz aud two-step guaranteed in lu private lee
eons; $5; circular.
Schools of Fhyatcnl Culture.
WOODS' I nsndbatl. Boxing,
OTMN AMI VST, Training, Baths. Ac
0 K. 28th St. I Entrance, $6; monthly dues, $2.
g0?t (Office ytotict.
poSTFFICENOTICE!
(Should be read DAILY by all lnlsreated. ai
changes may occur at any time )
Foreign mails for the week ending Not. 12, 18H8.
will clo.e (PROMPTLY In all caaeai at the General
l'oat Offlce aa foUowa: PARCELS POST MAILS cloae
one hour earlier than cloalng time shown below.
TRANSATLANTIC MAILS.
SATURDAY. At 7 A M. for FRANCE, SWITZER
LAND, ITALY, SPArN. PORTUllAU TURKEY.
KGYPr, and BRITISH INDIA, per steamship La
Oasoogne. Tla Harro (letters for other parts ot
Europe must be directed "per I Oascugue");
et 8 A. AI. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
steamship Wsrkendam, via Rotterdam (letter!
must be directed ''per Werkendam"); at
B A. M.forlTALY.perateamahip Eaiaer Wllhelm
1L, Tla Naples (letters must be directed " per
Kaiser Wilnelm II."); at 10 A. M. (supplementary
11:30 A.M.) for EUROPE, per eteamahlp Cam
penla.TlaQucentown:atll A. M.forNORWAY
direct, per steamship Hekla (letters must be d.
recUd''perHekla").
PRINTED MATTER, Ac German steamers sailing
on Tuesdays tale Printed Matter, Ac for Ger
many, snd Specially Addreesed Matter, Ac, tor
other parts of Europe. American and White Star
steamr-rs on Wednesdays, Oerman steamers on
Thursdays, and Cunard, French and Oerman
steamers on Saturdays take Printed Matter, Ac,
for all countries for which they are advertised
to carry maiL
After the cloalng of the Sunpiemsntiry Transat
lantic Mails named abore, additional supplementary
mails are opened on the plera, of the American,
English, French and Oerman steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour of aalllng
of steamer.
MAILS FOB SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA.
WEST INDIES. Ac.
SATURDAY. At 10 A. M. (supplementary 10:30 A.
M.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA, 8 a. VA
NILLA and ORE t TOWN, per ateamehlp Al.no
(letters for Coata Rica muat be directed "per
Alenn"): at 10 A.M. (aupplementary 10:30 A.M.)
torJEREMTE. per steamship Athoa: at 10:30 A.
M. for CAMPECUE, CU1APA8. TABASCO and
YUCATAN, per steamship Vlgllancla (letters for
other pans of Mexico and for Cuba must be
directed "per Vlirtlancia")! at 8:80 P. M. for
NEWFOUNDLAND, per ateamer from North Syd
ney; at S:30 P. M. for ST. PIERRE-MWJUELON,
per ateamer from North Sidney.
Mails for Newfoundland, by rail to HaUfax. and
thence by steamer, closi st this offlce dally at
8.30 P. M. Malls for Mlquelon, by rail to Boston
and thence by steamer, close at this office dally
at 8.30 P.M. Malls tor Cuba close at this offlce
dally at 7 A. M.. for forwarding by steamers sill
ing Mondays and Thursdaya from Port Tampa,
Fla. Malls for Mexico City, overland, unless
specially addressed for despatch by aletmor,
close st -this office daily at 2:30 A.M. and 2:30
P. M. I Registered mall closes at 6:00 P. M. pre
vious day.
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Malls for Hawaii, per steamship Australia (from Sin
Francisco) cloae here dally up to Not. 10 at 6:30
P. M. Mails for Australia (except West Austra
lia). New Zealand, Hawaii and Fiji Islands, per
steamship Aorsngi (from Vancourer), close here
daily after Oct. 128 and up to Not. 10 at
6:30 P. M. Mails for China, Japan and Ha
wal , per steamship Belgio (from Ran Francisco),
close here daily up to Not. 13 at 6:30 P. M. Mails
for China and Japan, per stesmahln Olympia
(from Tacomal. close here daily up to Not. 121 at
6:80 P. M. Mails for the Society Islands, per
ship Galilee (from San Francisco), cloae here
dally up to Nor, 25 at 8:30 P. M. Mails
for Australia (except those for West Ana
traUa. which are forwarded Tia Europe),
New Zealand, Hawaii, FIJI and Samoan Islands,
per ateamabip Moans (from San Francisco), close
here dally up to Not. 25 at 7:00 A. Mm 11 A.
M. and 8:80 P M. (or on arrival at New York ot
tteemah!p Etruria with British malls for Aus
tralia). Mails for China and Japan, per steam
ship Empress of China (from Vancouver), cloae
here dally up to Not. 128 at l:30 P.M.
Transpadflo malls are forwarded to port of aalllng
dally and the schedule ot closing is arranged on the
presiimptionof their uninterrupted overlsnd transit
IRegiatered mails closes at 6 P. M. prerloua day.
COBNELITJF VAN COTT, Postmaster.
Poet Offlce, New Xor'- " Y-. Not, v. t81)9.
gtrjnl iTotiref.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Under Mortsnce by Canada Consolidated
Gold Mining Company to Robert Itlch
ardsun. Truster, elated lth April, 1883,
affecting Part of Lot 10 In the 8th Con
cession, Lot 10 In the Oth Concesalnn,
Lot O in tho 8th Concession, and Lot 3
In the 8th Concession of the Township
of Marmora In the County of Heatings
In the 1'roTlnco of Ontario.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the order
of the High Court of Justice dated 3d November,
1808, that all persons ot corporations haTlng claims
againstthe proceeds of the sale of the said lands
under the said mortgage by virtue of bonds held by
them do eend to the undersigned, truatee duly ap
pointed In place and atesd of ssld Richardson, on or
before the 12th dsy of December. 1800, a statement
In writing ot their names and addressee snd full par
ticulars of their claims duly verified and of tha
securities held by them; and further that, upon the
aald 12th day of December, 1888, the said Trustee
Edgar will proceed to distribute the ssaets of the
trust estato ratably among those bondholders only
of whose claims he shall hare notice, and the said
truatee will not be liable for the said aaaeta or any
part thereof to any person or corporation whoje
claim shall not have been received at the time of
such distribution.
Dated at Tordnto this 3d day of Norember, 1888.
OEOROE WILLIAM FJXIATt, Trustee,
BY DU VERNET, JONES A WOODS,
15 Toronto street, Toronto,
His solicitors.
I
mtHltai.
' OLD DR. riniNDLK, GRADUATE UNIVERSITY
OF THE CITYOF NEW YORK. MEDICAL DEPART
MENT; 86 years a specialist in the diseases of men.
Under OLD DR. OIUNDLK'S sclentlflo treatment
blood and skin diseases, pains In bones, red spots,
sore throat and mouth, ulcers, painful swellings, kid
ney and bladder complaints, scalding inflammation,
gravel, undeveloped organa, weak baok, lost vitality,
are speedily, thoroughly, and permanently cured,
Men about to marry should consult OLD DR. GRIN
DLE. Every impediment removed. Sufferers, do not
waste time visiting less skilful physicians. Remember,
OLD DR. aRINDLE never falls. Offloe over 16 year
atl71 West 12th st. between 8th and 7th are. Ad
'Ties free. Medicine $1. Hours. 8 to a. Sundays. to 8.
OLD DR. GREY. tS year a specialist In
diseases of men only. Quickest permanent cure
guaranteed in all diseases. Blood poison, akin dis
eases, kidney and bladder trouble, weakness, ner
vous debility, errors of youth, bad dreams, undevel
oped organs.impedimenta to marriage, &0. Bowles,
consult the only old speclaUat In the city. Ofllce
over 86 years at 120 East 17th st, near Union
Square. Hours B to 61 Sundsys, 0 to 8, Bcleutiflo
treatment and advice free. Medicine only 60 cents.
No charge unless cured.
A -DR. AND MRS. SIMPSON, tha leading special
At lata in New York, successfully treat all female
complaints and irregularities; 25 years' experience;
private sanitarium; trainsd nurses: treatment guar
anteed; free confidential advice, 0 to 8. 61 Wast
86th st. near Broadway.
A.-A,-A--QTJICKE8T PERMANENT
CURE in illseasea of men; dangeroua cases solic
ited! relief at once; those desiring only nrat-olass
sclentlflo treatment should eall. The leading special
ist. Dr. Bonschur, 127 West 2 2d st, 0 to 8. 7tott,
Sundays, 10 to 1.
A DR. CONRAD'S S ANITABrUM-floientiflo, sail.
. ful treatment of all diseases of women; prirste
rooms: every convenience and appliance i consulta
tions, 0 A. M. to 8 P. M. Call or write for booklet,
117 West 7thst Tel. 8320 88th.
DR. DUNN. 177 West 47th St., near R' way: special,
ties, obstetrics, ailments of women; hours tt II
Srivate rooms for ladies desiring to remain under
odor's care; skilled, courteous attendance; matrons'
hours 88. .
STmRS. BEINHABD. 711 7tb ay., near 48th.
treats female Imsularitio; single or marrisdi SO
years' axpulencs.
TOKthJbsUer eUie-Privste Medical Clinic 166
X Wlilffi7T.l8tit,eatof8dav. modaraU,
1
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C9"RELIABLE"
CARPETS
A VICTORY WON
over roiHfh unflnlshed floors. Ourllnolcnrns
In hardwood and tllo patterns now bemitlfy
them.
Imported Scotoh Linoleum
GO els. n sq. yd.
(value 75 cts )
Chotw Colorings and Designs.
Newest furniture ot lowest prices snd our
"IjODB Credit" gives you Immediate posses
sion. ,
CASH or CREDIT -
(owperthwait: .
104 106 and 108 West 14 St.
NEAR 6?AV
Prcohlvn Stoics: Flatbusti Av. near ftaHon St.
Ortan .summers.
A M E rTc AN" LIN E. "
FAST EXrilESS SKUVICK.
NEW YORK 800TI1AMP1ON-LOND0N.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
Et. I.ouis Nov. Itl 1st Louis Dec. 7
Parle Nor.23Psrla ,., .Dec. U
St. Paul Nov. 30 1st Paul Dec.21
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-ANTWERP.
ETtry TJednesdty at 12 noon.
Southwsrk Nov. lit j Kenalueron. Nor, so
Westernland Not. 2.1 1 Noordl nd Dec. 7
These steamers carry only Second and Third class
passengers at low rstes.
, IN1ERNA1IONAL NAVIGATION COMPANT.
riersKand 16. N. It. Ofllce. B Bowling Oreen.
CLYDE LINET"
CHARLESTON. 8. a. AND JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The tourist route to ail Southern Winter Resorts.
Nas.au and Cubs.
Stesmers leave Pier UK, Eait Rltrr.S P. M.
COMANCUB Frlday.NoT.il
AMONQU1N.,.. . Monday.Nor. 14
SEMINOLE Wednesday. Nov. IB
IROQUOIS .. Friday. Not. IS
For freight andpassags rates snd general infor
mation apply to Wll. P. CLYDE A CO., Oen. Anenn.
f Bowling Oreen, New York.
Ot. 8"th'n Freight aud Paa. Line, ru Charleston,
F. O.and P. Fast F'ght and Pass. Line. Tia Jackson
Tille. TtlEO. O. EOEB. O. A.. 376 Brcalway. N. f .
CUNARD LINEvT.?ouSe?sptW.
From Pier 40. N. R , foot Clarkeon at
Campania, Not. 12. 1 P. M, I Lucanla..NoT. 21. 1 P.M.
Uinbrie ...Not.Hi.IO A.M. Etruria. ... Dec. 3,11A.M.
VERNON II.BROWNACO..Oen.AgU..4 BowllngOn en.
. v
COHPAGHIE GEHERALe1 TRAHSAfLAKTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO BAVRE PARIS (FRANCE).
Bailing as follows atlO A. M.
From Pier No. 42, North River, foot Morton st
LaOaacogne Nor. 12 I Ia Touralne Dec 3
La Champagne... .Nov, lu LaOascogne. . Dec. It)
LaBretagne Nov. 28 La Champagne ..Dec. 17
Oen'l Agency for U.S. and Can.. 3 Bowling Oreen. X.V.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
Twin-Screw Expreav Steamers during winter on
German Mediterranean Service. 8err.ee to Paris,
London. Hamburg, resumed in March.
TWIN-SCltKW PAhHKNCSEII SEKVICE.
. NKW YOUK 1IAMI1URO DIRECT.
PalatIa.NoT.12.2:30P.M. l'atrta.NoT. 28.2:30P. M.
Pretoria, Nov. lu.K A.M.J Bulgaria. Dec 3.7:30 OI.
llnuibarg-Amerlcnn Line, 37 Hrondtvny.N. Y.
MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NEW YORK, ROCKLAND AND BANGOR LINE
Bteimers leave Now York everr THURSDAY at 4
T. M. for ROCKLAND, CAMDEN, BELFAST. BOCKS
PORT and BANGOR, ME., connecting with all rail
and water lines.
NEW YORK. EASTPORT AND ST. JOHN LINE.
Steamers leave New York Nov. Oth, lHth and 2Uth,
at 4 P. M.. for E .8TPORT. ME., and ST. JOHN, N. B.,
direct, with connections for all points.
Steamers 'sail from Pier'l, North River. Freight
reeeired daily until ft P. M. All competing rates
promptly met N. L. NEWCOMB, General Manager.
6-1 1 Broadway, New York.
NORTH OERMAN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO.
SIIORT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT.
FAST EXPRESS STEAMEas. r
Kal. W.D. O Nor. 16K.Friedrlch.Nov.2l).10A.M
Trave,Tu..Nnv.22,10A MLabn.Tu.,Dec. 6, 10 A. M.
OELRICHS A CO., 2 BowUngjOreen.
OLD DOEVlINIbN LIME.
For Old Point Comfort Norfolk. Newport News,
Peteraburg. Portsmouth. Pinner's Point, Richmond,
Virginia Beach, Va., and Washington, D. C. Freight
and passenger steamers sail from Pier 21, North
River, tttrr week dsy, except Saturday, at 3 P. M.,
and Saturday at a P. M.
W. L. OUILLAUDEU. Vloe-Prea't and Traffic Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK QDEENSTQWN LIVERPOOL.
Majestic. ..Nov. In, noon I Teutonic. ..Nov. 80, noon
Oermauio. .Nov. 23, noon I Britannic ...Dec 7, noon
Saloon rates on Cymric, S30 up: Germanic, Britan
nic, ( up: Majestic. Toutonic, 175 up; second
cabin, $42.50 upward: third class on Cymric. Ger
manic and Britannic, 26,60: on Majestio and Teu
tonic 127. Revenue tax additional.
For passage, freight and general information apply
to
TPTUTE STAR LYNE,
Pier 46, North Elver. Offlce, B Broadway, New York,
tenmboaK.
Boston and New England PointT.
VIA SOUND LINES.
FALL BITER LINE, ria Newport and Fall
River. Leave Pisr lu, N.R., foot of Warren St., week
days only, at 8:00 P. M. Steamers PrlaclUa and Purl
tan. Orchestra on each.
HTONINdTON LINE, via Stonlngton. Leave
Pier 30, N. R.. foot of Spring St, week days only, at
S.OOP. M. steamers Maine and New Hampshire.
NORWICH LINE, Tia New London. Leave
Pier Sn. N. It. font Spring St .week days onlr. at 6:80
V. M. Steamers City ot Lowell and City ot Worcester.
LONO BRANCH AND BACK, 60c.
PATTEN LIN
AND STEAMER LITTLE SILVER-
For Long Branch, Highland Beach, Beabrigbt
Pleasure Bar, and Asbury Park, dally except nunday.
Leave ft W. 18th 2.00 P. M. Battery 2:20 P. M.
No bsggsge or freight recolved at Battery.
AHllUItY PAllK, AN1 BACK. 80c.
Albany Evening Line
Steamers ADIRONDACK and DEAN RICHMOND
leave Old Pier 41. N.R.. foot Canal st, at 8 P. M.
dally (Sundays excepted), connecting with express
trains for points North, East and Welt
CAT8KILL, HUDSON AND COZ8ACKIE boats leave
foot of Christopher st every week dar at tt P. M.
KINGSTON LINE, West 10th et-Daily, 4 P. M..
Saturdays al 1. Steamers BALDWIN and HO
MER, for Cranston's. Cornwall. Newburg, New Ham
burg. Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepsie. Hyde Park,
Esopua. Kingston, connecting with U. 4t D. B. R. for
all points in CatakiB Mountains. .
'rVTEW HAVEN LINE.-Pier25. E. It. STB. RICHARD
Xi PECK, dally (except Sunday), at 6 P. M.
TTaMSDELL LINE-rJteamera leave Pier24.N.R..
J.V foot Franklin st, for Gold Spring, Cornwall.
Flebkill Landing and Newburg, week days, S P. M.;
Bundsys, P A. M. .
TROY BOATS.
FARE T.OWERTHAN ANYOT1TER ROUTE
Steamers leave West loth st dally it P. M., except
Saturday. Sunday steamers touch at Albany.
.nUtonin.
SJSWSNaV-eVSi"Nsrf-V'.s -i. JmnntanajsysfcHMss.,.
New York and Boston All Rail.
N. Y N. n. A H. R. E. and connections.
From Orand Central Station.
Leara By war nf Due
b;04 A. M., Bnringfleld and Worcester, 8.80 P. M.
10 00 A. M., ttNew London and Provtdencs.S.Oo P, M.
1 10:03 A. M., New London and Providence. 4:26 P. M.
12.00 M., Springfield and Worcester. ft:40P. M.
tl :00 P. XL, Air Line, via WHUmantla. 0.00 P, M.
1 :01 P, M., New London and Providence, 7:00 P. M.
3,00 P. M-, 'New London and Providence. u:oo P. M.
4.00 P. It., Springfleld and Worceator, I0;O0 P. M.
16:00 P. M.,New London and Pro vldence.ir.00 P.M.
11:00 P.M.,Springtleld and Worcester. 8116A. M.
12:00 P. M..Ncw London and Provldence,S;26 A. M.
Runs dally, including Sunday.
ttBay SUta Limited, all parlor can; fare, 7, in
cluding parlur car aeat
lAlr Line Limited, arrives and departs from Park
Bquare Station, Boston. Return service same hour
and by ssme route. I Will stop at 123th street
Through parlor and sleeping cars by each train.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD. Gen. 1'aas. Agent
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chambers
afreet, as follows, and flro minutes earUer from West
2Sd street:
9 .fifs . M. Vestlbuled Express dally for Blng.
.U V liamton. Waveriy. Elmlra. Burfalo, Bradford,
arrives Buffalo ri P. M. Parlor car to Buffalo.
9'flO ;& yajUbuIe UmlUd-Fast mUl dally.
4JJl SoUd train for Chicago, arrives atCleveland
7:40 A. M., Chicago 6 P. M. Sleepera to Chicago.
Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
7.QA P. M. Buffalo and Cleveland Vastlbuled
I .OU Expreaa dally, arrives Buffalo 7:05 A. M.,
Bradford 7:20 A. AL, Jamestown 7:00 A. M., Youngs
town 10:27 A. M., Cleveland 12:80 P. M. Sleepers to
BuBslo and Cleveland. Cafe Library Car.
9.1 K P. M. Daily solid train for Binghamton.
,1U Elmlra, Wavrrly, Chicago. Bleepers to Uw
nellsrllle, Chicago and Cincinnati. Dining Car.
'PICKETS. LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PULLMAN
-1 ACCOMMODATIONS at 111, 118, 381, 401 add
867 Broadway, 137 Bowery, ltd East 126th st, end
378 West lS6tn at. Chambers and Weat 28d at. fer
ries. New York) eai and 880 Fulton at, 88 Broad way,
Brooklyn.lH JUrer st, Hoboken.. and Jersey City
Station. New York Transfer Co. calls for and checks
baax;fTomhnUUaBdrsaldsaceatoi1taUait1nB.,
" : ms at'
JlHlUonds. 1
nj-ir nnj-Ljirinj-ij-ir lT i .i r - i i .n i T- " --- - -i mil rt,iaaiL j
Pennsylvania.
HAnmoAD.
BTATiOKS fou. ut tical Iwentylhird street and
Desbmsses ana Cortlandt Btreeta.
aTsT"rhe leaving time from Dosbrosses snd Cort-
landt Streets is ten minute later than that given be
low for Twenty-thlr t rtttvet sulion.
7:50 A. It. FAST MAIL. Pullman Buffet Parle.
Car New York to Pittsburg, Hleeplag Car Pitlsbnrt
to Chicago. No roachee to Plltabnrg.
818O A. J . F 1ST LINE Pittsburg and Cleveland.
OlflJ A. M. PENNnlLVANIA I.IMITKD.-P.lllmta
Ci'iipsrttneut, SUetilns. Dining, Smoking and Ob
servation Cans, lo.' Culrago, Cleveland, Toledo.
Cincinnati, Indlanaiwlla. Lnnlstllle. St Lnuls. i
llSUP. SI. ClIIUAtlO AND ST. IAIUIS EXPRRSA.- Jtft
ForNaahvlllatTlaClnrlnnat ), Chicago, st Louis rMR
OiflO V. II. WK8TERN EXPRF-SS. Por Cleveland, If
tJuiuiru. For Toledo, eicrpt Katurdt .
7UO I'.M. 80UTUWES1KR.N EXPRESS -F01 MS
P ttebunr. Cincinnati, Inrtla-aiwlls, bt Louis. B
7i40 . SI. PACIFIC ESI'llEsS.-Vor Ilttabnrt Ih
and Chicago. Oouuects for Cleveland, except Sat !$
81CO pVm. MAIL AND EXPRESS. Pullman Rnffet
81iplnz Car New Y'ork to Altoona. East Ubertj,
l'ltlsburu, and po.nta West dall), except Sunday,
No coaches.
IVASIIINOTON ANI THE SOUTH.
7.&0, 8:20, ti:2u.li:,V) (Dining Can. u:.Vi (DlntnsCar)
A. JI.. I3.6U, l'.SO (3:20 'Concre.s.on.l Llm., al
I ailor and Dining tat). 4an (Dining Can, 4 W
(Dining Can, :W P. M., i;:0fi tight, bunilar,
b:2H, l:20, MliUl 1) ring Can A. M. (a 50 'Cnn-gn-Mlonal
Im.." all I'jr:or aud D ulngCsrai, 4 jo
(Din.ug Carl, 4t1U tDiulnCari, :CO P. M., l'.'-n
nUlit.
SOUTHERN BHLWAY.-Exprcis, 4:20 P. M., 12 0
night dally.
ATLANTIC CO VST MNR. Exprcas, 0:20 A, M and
Hi (i P. M, daily,
CHKXU'UAKK AND OHIO RVILWAY. 4:6U P II.
da U-.
FOR OLD POINT COMFO .T and NORFOLK -7 V)
A M. aeeitd.yssnd itlDP.M.daily.
ATLANTIC CITY. 1:60 P. M. week riass Desbros.es
ana Cortlamlt Slit-it., i':lo P. M.I. Through Vesti
Ltiled Twin. B11 ot Parlor Can, PasaemcerCoach,
a id Oouiblued Coch.
CaPE MAY, 12:M P. M. week daya.
ldiii)i B.auch. Aabcry Park tlmerlaken Sunnars',
O.fnn llrovr" aud Point l'leisin: Ifn m Wee t Te n
tiliiiil Stmt Station), H..u A. M.. 12.20, .i:.o
and 4:60 P. M, MindayN ti:20 A. M.. 4 mi P. . .
ur.ini lieiimaws aud Uirtlandt HtncUi, lulu A. f
XI.. 12:."0. t.tiii aud 6:10 P. M n-jndaj e, 11 :. a.
"M"iV.nPIIILAEI.PlllA.
8:10. 7:20. 7:.'.o,w:20, b:.'.o, h-20 ii:.".0 Pcnna. Lit
lied), ui',11 lunirg 0 n. H'.-MMDluilik'tVr). 1 1 0
A. St., J2.RII. I:6il. 2J.MI, :l:M, 4:20, 4r.'tl Dmi
Cat), 4:..u (li.nlug Cat). f.6 il.'inlns Car), 7 4 ,
S.WiP. M., 1-. :". muM. Sm.dar, 11 10. h-sii, ".
wsi). 11:60 (l.inli'. injii, lo-viiD nu c.i A
M. l-.."UlD'tiliwCari. n::o. 4-..MI. Duiir.tr Can ' sn,
iDinlni: tar,, fi So . D.nii K Can, 7i4'i, 8-MiP II,
l'.'i6nlghi.
Tirkct offlcce Xos. 4111, 1144, 111)11, I?: I, 111, and .'"1
Broadway, 1 Aat-r lloua. WistTaenty-thmlMrrt-s
Station, and station frotof D-Hbtissee and lrt
landt Stietta; 4 Cunrt Sttert. 60Fn ton Street M H
Broadway, an1 Iennsrlranii I'liiexHtitlon. Il.-ool !
lyn; Ststion, Jetey City, th' New Yorx i'raiis . r H
Compsny will ia.l for and che k batgagi from M
hotels snd residenre through to d'atlnat !! M
Telephone " 2757 ElirLte. nth btrcrt" for P nnsvl-
vaula Railroad Ob Sen Ice. Pj
J. B. ll U rCII INbON, 1. R. W OOD.
Oeneral Manager. General Paaa'rAgent H
"AMERICA'S OHKATi:ST RAILROAD." H
NEW YORK CENTRAL, I
All through trains stop at Albany. Vtlca. Syraeuss, H
ItKhe.teraud Buslo. H
Trslns leave Grand Central H'stlin ae fnllowa- 1
8 .Of 1 A. M. Daily, except R tuusyr. Famous H.
OU EMPIRE HTATE rlXPRFS I LIMITED '
l"at-et train In tue. world. Dun Buffalo 4 46, Nl- H
agsra 1 alls S:S2, Toronto lt.00 P. M Detroit 11 10 H
P.M. Limited to lis aestln capacity. H
U.J fC A. M.-FAST MUL. Dallv-For Buffalo, Nl-
O.IO agara Fall, snd Cleveland. B
1 A.V t M- DAY EXPRESS, except Bundara- Mf.
1 J.OJ For Buffalo and all Important New Yori A
State point. Isssl
1 .Ofi P. M.-sOUTnWESTERN LIMITED and
l.UU CUIO vOO KP..UIAI., Dslly For Cnlumbus. H
Ciuclnna.i, lnllanaiolls. St. Loula aud Cnicago. B
O.'JII 1'. M. I'ROl AND SARVrOOA SPECIAL
O..JV except Sunday, tur Troy and Saratoga. )
5 .Ofi P.U.-LAKE SliORK LIMITED. Dally-24-
JJ hour train tor l hn .go. via Luke Shore. Due H
Cleveland 7:16 A. M Cnicago 4 P. M. Sleeping
and parlor 1 ars only. H
6.nn P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS, Daily-For
U" Niagara Falls, Toronto, Cleveland, Toledo, H
Detroit and Chiearo.
6.tK P. M.-NORTHERN EXPRESS, Dally-For
.iJ Montreal, and. except Saturday, for Ottawa. M
7.'in'- M. ADIRONDS.CK MOUNTUNS AND
I .rkJ MONTREAL EXPRESS. Dally-Via Utlca.
8.AFi P. M. UUFFALO AND ROOTHWESTKRN
.'J BPECUL, Dally For Niagara Falls, Cleve-
land. Cincinnati, Indianapolis snd St Ltls. m
9 .flfj P. M SPECIAL LIMITED MtlL. Dully
tV (sleeping csr only; For points on Fall H
Brook, via Lyons, and for Rocheater and Buffalo. m
9.1 P.M. PACIFIO EXPRESS. Dall For Oa-
.At- weeo, Ocdensburg. Buffalo, Niagara Falls, H
Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, and, except Batur-
dav, for Cape Vincent and the Auburn road. seal
1 9.1 fl NIGHT-MIDNIGHT EXPRESS FOR CHI-
A.. XJ CAGO. Every nlghtextept Sunday night Wk
Sunday night Chicago sleepers lesve st U:16. fiaaf
1IARLE.1I I1IVLSION.
P.-16 A. M. and :i:27 P. M. Dally, except Sunday, to
Pittoflsld; Sundays only at . 20 A.M.
Wagner Palace Cars on all through trslns. H
Train Illuminated with Plntsch lisrht '
Ticket offices at 123, 281,413 and M2 Broadway,
81 East 14th St., 236 Colnnibus ar.. 81 7eat 126th
st.. Grand Central Station. 12Mh St SUtion and
134th St. Station. New York; 338 and 720 Fulton at., H
and IO)Broalway, E.D., Brooklyn.
Telephone "270 Thirty-eighth street" for New
York Central Cab Service. Baggage iAbeckjd from H
hotel or re.ldcnce bv Westoott Express Company. bH
GEORGE II. DANIELS, Oeneral Passenger Agent
LWgiTvSley System. I
Stations foot of Weat23d St. (Penn. R. R.) Cortlandt H
orDesoroaaesSt. H
Indicates time from West 23d St Other figures H
show time from Oortlandt or Deabroaaes St H
0:10. 0:2O A.M.daily (Sunday :.'., 7 A. M.) for
EAHTON and Intermediate aUtions.
7lffO, 8:!M A. M. dally for WILEESRARRE,
PCRANTON. lTnACA. GENEVA. ROCHESTER, BUF-
FALO. NIAGARA FALLS and the Weat and principal
local points: dining car and chair car to Buffalo.
11 16O, 1S:00 noon dally, except Sunday.
BtiACK DIAMOND KXPItESS."
Arrives Buffalo 0:5S p. M. Pullman Vestibule Day
Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service. Meals n
a la carte. Connects at Buffalo with through sleepers H
to Detroit and Chlcajro. HI
18i0, I too P. M. daily forEASTON. MADCH H
CHUNK, W1LKESBARRE. 8CRANTON and coal
branches. Chair car to Easton (except Saturdays
and Snndaya).
3iS0. 4:10 P. M., dally, except Sunday, for
WILKESBARRE, PITTSTON, 8CHANTON. and prln-
cipal intermediate atatlona. Connects for all points
in coal regions. Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for
Wllkesbarre.
4iB0, AiKOP. M. daUy, except8unday, forE..STON
and intermediate stations.
Minn, cm p. si. Sundsys only for MAUCH
CHUNK and Intermediate atatlona.
fliSO, OiIO P. M. dally, except Sunday, for EAS
TON and principal intermediate elation..
IlifO, 5:00 P. M. dally ror BUFFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS, and all points West. Pullman deeper t eatl
bulo train N. Y. lo Chicago. Sleepers to Buffalo snd
Toronto. Dining Car New York to Eatton.
7i0, 81 CO P. M. dally, except Sunday, stop; u
only at SOUTH PLUNFIELD. EABION, BET11LE
IIEM, MAUCII CHUNK. HAVRE. OENEVA. ROCIIKS
TER, BATAVIA. BUFFALO snd TORONTO. Pullman
sleeper for Buffalo. None but sleeplug-car paasen
gers carried. No baggage carried.
820, 8i30 P. ILrtsllr for WILKESBARRE. ITH
ACA, GENEVA, ROCHESTER, BUFFALO, NIAOR
FALLS, and all points West Pullman sleeper to
Chicago.
Additional local trains, dally, exrept Sunday, for
BOIIT1I PLAINFIELD. BOUND BROOK and Inter
mediate points leave as follows: in:20, 10.60,
10:20, 10:30 (Sundays only) A. II.. 2:20. 2.S3,
3:60. 4:10. 6:60 and B.S0 P. M.
Tickets snd Pullman accommodations at 113. 2I.
278, 856, 144 and 1323 Broadway, 81 Etstl4thst,
160 E. 12Eth at. 127 Bowery, N, Y,: SHO FulUm at . 4
Court st, 08 B'way, and Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn.
N, Y. Transfer Co. wlU call for and check baggage
from hotel or residence through to destination.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA WESf
KRN R. It.
Station, la New York, foot of Itnrclny nml
Chrlstnplieir Streets.
VESTIBULE TRAINS, PULLMAN BUFFET
.. . .CARS, PLNT8CII LIISIIT.
b:00 A. M. Binghamton Mall, Stops at principal
atatlona.
IOiOO A. M. (Cafe Can Buffalo. Scranton, Bing
hamton, Owrgj, Ithaca, Elmlra, Utlca. Hi racuts,
aud Oswego ij-btun, Pullman bntlet parlor cars,
Connecting at Buffalo with trains for Chicaxo and
points nest.
1:00 P. M.-IIallr)-Chicego aud Buffalo teatibuled
express for Scranton. Binghamton and Elmlra, Ac.
Pullman buffet parlor cars to Elmlra. Through
sleeping cars and day coach to Chicago, arriving at
4:15 P.M. next day,
4iO0 I'. JI. Scranton, Wilkeabarre and Plymouth
KiprrJa. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
7iOO p. M. (Dailrl-Chieago Vestibule Limited Pi-
press ror Scranton, Binghstntnn, Elmlra, Buffalo,
Through buffet aWiilng car New York to Chlrago,
D'ntng car weat of Buffalo.
8ifO P. I. (Daily)-Buffalo Kxpreaa. Pullman
.leepers for Scranton, Binghsmton. Elmlra, Rsth,
Ut. Morris and Bufftln, arriving Buffalo e A. M
OHIO P. M. (IiallyJ-Bntfalo, K-rantoti, Bingham.
tun, Owrgo, Ithaca, Elmlra. Brraciiae. Dtics, and
Oswego Express. Fullman buffet aloenere.
Tickets and Iullman accommodations at Henry I
Ga'e k Sons. Ltd., 118 Brialway, 14 Park place, 42U
and V42 Broadway. Tickets at frrr' stations. Ill
4th ar., cor. 12tb at. HI West lj.'.th at, 2.16 Olniu-
bus av New York, 338 aud 72.1 Fulton at, snd 104
Broadway. Brooklyn, Time tablia giving full In
formation at all stations.
lte.tcott'sExprosCompanywillcallfurandcbsek ,
baggage from hotel or realdence to deatjuation.
BALTIMORE & OHIO E. E. I
Iave New York. Whitehall Terminal, South Ferry,
and foot ot Liberty street
Dslly. t Except Sunday, I Sundays.
CUICAOO, 4;80 A.M., 1:45 P.M., aud -13:18
night
PITTSBURG. 4:80 A. M., 18.80 P. M 11.46 P. U
12il6 nlxht (4:80 A. M. trains Lorn Liberty st. only).
CINCINNATI. HT. LOUIS, 10 00 A.M.. -6.65 P. M.
NEW ORLEANS, tint P.M. (through alreper).
' OVAL BLUE TWAINS.
To PHILADELPHIA, WABUINOTON, BALTIMORE,
7:66. "10.00 (Diner), 'lliso A.M. (Dluer) tl.00 P.
M., 1:45 (Diner), 18:80 (Diner), 4:65 (Diner), 6'6
p, M., and 12:16 night NOBTOLK, 11.00 P. M.
All trains are Illuminated with Plntsch light
Offices: 113, 173, 281. 434, 1284 Broadway. 31 East
14th st. 127 Bowery, New York; 851), 844 Fulton at .
Brooklyn 1 Whitehall Terminal. Baggage checked
from hotel or residence to destination, t
JPatems. JL
F you want a patent quick, call or write to m
LAWYER, room 81, 68 Liberty at. N T. - V
PATENTS for inventions tiroonred promptly: low mmk
rates. BOEDER fe BRIiaKN, 81 Ksaaau at, X. T. , (
FaUbUnidl884. ( H

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