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V THE SUNT, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ftO, 1808 . 'B
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WwOMEN TKAISE WARING.
Jl .nrlZIT roil TOhlTIOAT. BTVnX AT-
Jj '"plavos ma life ironic
Iff . tt,. Course of " rnpur on the Care) of thi
V Voblle Urn"11 Mr"' '"'ee'a, lteferenre
f Ills bervlres lo Now York Wna' lte
i I ,. Society 'or Political Btudr met
' I ..idir t Genealogical Hall, 220 Wst
I ffiihth street. Mrs. T. Bt. J61m GafT.
I ..presided. and Introduced tlie sueakor
eJ'h' daT, Mrs. John II. Judge, who read a
if. ?! ' . 0n the Health Department.
MA -The grandest word In our language." Bald
Ml judge, "la our word health. We may
' '?' rches. we may (tain wealth and we may
JL Mends, out without health wo have noth
V7. it Is tho golden treasure, once lost, eol
'J reCoTcred. The health of tho nation l
health of the Individual, and thoretore we
' ' Hit come in this country to n realization that
7ieh community must have Its Bourd of Health
!Trtulat at"1 keeP B0Und ln0 bo1' ot tho In
SJiMaal. "lo definition of health which ap
miIs to mo as most satisfactory la that It la
Lmndnefs of the body: n normal bodily condi
tion. Go01' health Is chance; bad health is
The speaker said that to England we owe
the foundation of the Health Department, and
.i.tfdthit in this country attention was direct--Tthe
matter of the public health In 1850
8, 7lDtXreporU written bv B.umiel Shat
Li d Massachusetts a. layman. In wlilon. was
t!ortn detail about health and sanitary
MadlUons and ploiullnc for tho ooncorted of
JJ5i f Slato Hoards ot Health.
'ff.,pofce n lougth of tho Sanitary Commis
.i ?trhlcl Topomtcd during tho civil war aud
I & was founded by it small poily of Now
J JSJ women in Cooper Union. Mrs. Judge
I c5Ji reflect that In Greater New York
..hue 3.2UU.0UO persona, of whom about
7CikjO are native born. 000.000 Germans.
t&ftiM Irlh. -OO.OOO English ami hcotoh.
irn'odO Russians. Poles and Austrian?, mostly
brew, the question of how to keep them
1 uii Ktacuors mo. Hut not so our Hoard of
iiith .ur throuKh its perfectly organized
litis thete pconlo are kept in check nnd their
riniral health hotter than in their native coun
Bl he health of Now York la bettor than
thit 'of anv other city 1", the world. Tho most
inMtlant fiMtre In this city s growth nlTeot
pb tho llcilth Department Is the tenoment
fouM There, at this time. live 1.000.000
torlo nho reuulro anil ruccho careful supor
Ulon If.o new conditions arising nro met
theT emuo vip. Not many years henco the
iop!e wi 5Ies this iteneratlou for tho
thouBht'ulness expressed through our Health
"fho next Immediate and creat teform
ihould be In kceplnu our rlera nnd streams
tree Iroro t!lutfoti which Is constantly ponr-
Idc Intoltheui. Tho smallest stieam In the
roantn- idace is looked upon tis a natural
W nwer aad our country ccutlcmon hne an
i flaboraie flrftein of pipes and valve In their
ftS homes on the hill (dopes, dlrcotod Into n drain
JSW which It lld to the nearest stream.iiiiil po on
u ,,tii the metropolis Is met. nnd there at tho
" foot of every fowntrects Is n vent fordellverlnt
m lito the waters which surround our city the
leweraee ot our houso. Tho cities pn t.io
I Jludon do in. wo do. fitlll we oonsumo tho
fee which Is hsnestod In nlnter from this
lodyof lolluttd water. Look nt Now orJt.
itfA ourwater-cuclrcled city. The circles should
W l ai 1'iire lis they were hundreds of years
J i(o and not tht b.tnd of dirty, dark, polluted
llaulii such as we seo now. lxok nt the litir
Itm Klter. It is u huo sower, and wheu tho
Caw aro bare at low tido what n BlKht is nm
lenied ami what n -warnlnc Kien us. The
turnlnc of this river into n ship canal to be
e'eepened and made n fast-flow Inu botly of
itater will help but; not cure. The problem
pf purninn nil must Iw solxed at onco. Tho
first eoct should not procnt us from dolnrt
thlsatoaco . . ,, ,
"Our Health Department cannot, accomplish
Its treat work alone. Uvery citizen must put
lorth his and her individual etTort to obey tho
janltary laws of life and ot the board. Wo
must keep our authorities posted on what we
Isow Is for the conenil cood. We must look
to It that our own honsenold is in a sanitary
condition. The Health "Department of this
tltr owes more to tho Woman's Health 1'ro
lectite Association than to auy other orcanl-
1i ration or bcnly, and it is proud to acknowledge
that indobtednes..and when its members ap
iO ar before that body thoy rocelvo the closest
17 attention and their views are acted upon.4"
V Sirs. Judce con :luded with the followintrtrib
I me to Col.Warlnsr:
I "The Health Protective Association has had
I ite contact with the Street Oleanlnc Depart
I ittnt. a close ally to tho Health Dcpaitoient.
I cm there womet (he vrestestof men. who hns
f litely laid down his Hie In ills efforts tn tell us
lmwto prseno our health and life. We hae
tUrtad his wonderful reports on the systems
df the world to better tho cleanliness of our
I cities and mnnellrd at his koen conception of
I (ondltlons and his inntery of them. New
I York city o-ves moro to tho late Col. Wnrlntr
I for Its health and wealth, its brightness and
comfort, than to any other person; and this
wcltty will not let this day pass without Its
wont In his honorable- memory."
Mrs. J jdee'h roferonco to tl. Warlnc was
Kreeted wlt,i aprlaue.
. Mrs. IVjinllcr. who Is an activo member of the
woman's Health Protect ho Association, said
that the Health D'TJriiiicnt nceiled direction:
that It was coml enuuitli when tho women put
their hands on ii shoulders mid KUlded it
Mie toll haw. In HV. the association secured
ihetu-'aseofMIN which d"rnn tho slaughter
houses fpjm tho cir5". and later how it had sue-
J reedeJ n. Iiniinx icfiise mocd from stable-i
TS1 ptfrr cla lii'ti'ad of when the owneis pleased,
flu "when we bronchi these bills before Ihe
Mi URidature. 'he said, "we doalt with Ulbbs.
Hi1 xou ktion- hitn. Wicked Gibbs, he Is calld.
Sir MvlheajM ,l!ut. ladies, you hae no otes and
m tlieso etaUemen have.'
" 'tr' taldone of the ladles, 'but each man
B has onlr eno vote, while there is no woman
woi doea not control several.' "
Aur.r.r.jt nAnamis AiutAiGSKo.
I ln. ilonrr Nat to lie Allowed to sit in
H Bancr nt tlio Jury.
U IT A.t Moore and his wife. Fnyne. indicted
II for robblni; Jlattln Mahon. proprietor pf tho
n Xew Amsteplam Hobl. by a badger camo
rlayed at tho Hotel Gronoble. woro called to
H thsbarin tli Genonil Sessions late yesterday
afternoon. 3Irs. Jfooro is cood lookliiK aud.
I possibly from fear of her effect on tho jury, As-
fWaiit District Attorney .lohn V. Mclntirfi
asked th.it t-lie bo not permitted toslt, atth
Mme table with hor husband nor In the s.imo
I tL0'.',"6 roorn durlnc his tiial.
, iheJlocresdeiiiriiidedxepiiratotrlals. Abra
i nam ju their count.nl, objected to their
t'Paration in Ihe courtroom, declarlnc that
h should need to consult with 51 re. Moore fro-
'joentlr
Ml ..'i'irotrB.r,?S0n hleh I cannot now disclose,"
BS fj'i',r Melntyre." I must Insist that the do-
M iniin!bt.ftiarated."
J3 .1'-,1?!!,flna,.l' "Breed that Mrs. Moore mieht
W? vl?v.lthi'.' i'1? ra" t the north side of tho
' wnch out of the jury's sjeht.
one canrtldate for the jury was examined and
"Mewed, and tho caso went over to this
morolEB.
nuitnen Troubles.
Deputy Sheriff iavltt received yesterday
' writs of replovln ncalnst Louis Bllver
la. dealer In clothlnc nt 1H and 110 Park
Mf-two from Herman Joseph for $560 nnd
one from Platrek. Btroock AHorzoR for $882-
Ri5m'iun,lry Petition In bankruptcy hna
it. Slei "Wnat I'.obert J. Dean t Co.. stor-
Kir?Iehi?u',eu"'n of :i- Greenwich street by
ra?'i- JJut-hmoro for threo credltnrs-the
KW.tlonal ?-'nk. W.0S4 : Central Nntiona
', SPW". -"O0, and tho First Nutionni
SlyllsWen. .Mass.. S6.OO0. It was nlleced
m.i.,""?lnso,,,"thoilrni made an asslcn-
St"t't'AuB fltnKticeno W. Gilludon as ro-
tTOMrtJ- U'll,uls' " Mr. Denn conveyed
flM 'a,'!,!nlary petition In bankruptcy wna
!aJrii."'1r,, iRalnst Hamuol Weiss, manu-
hi r.' i' ' "omen's undorwenr and wuists at
, t,V ,l?ild ','. hr Kpsteln Bros . for threji
u n icth7.0hn.nn,,l '""os, $l,'d.M: Qrfnnell.
) ITfl ft '.. and Kuitotie II. Block.
A. ivn(lttasnl,':ed that on Nov. 3. while Jn-
ludVmL ie Permitted a creditor to obtain a
If SBW,',BI,lnt him by default, transferred
M aiiSIi . "rowrtyto creditors, and on Nov.
Kakroit "f ,,U "'"'"Sdcss to bo declared a
itUTJt op covnr violated.
"
Stilt Farter's Case Sent WscU to Mlngar
County for R Ilenrinjc.
Tho Appellate Division of tho Supremo Court;
In Brooklyn yesterday Imndod down a decision
in Ihe matter of tho nppolntmont of a cora
mlttoo of tho person of Jano A. Portor.-an
, Rlleited luco'mpotent, icvorslnclheentlropro
; cecdlnKsnndeoniltns tho caso back toNlaeara
county for a lieatlne. Miss Portor was do
,eUred to Iio Incompetont In 1880 to carofor
'horaelf or her property. Hor ostato amounts
to about $100,000. Bonjamlnt'lnBlorwaa ap
pointed a commlttco of both her person and
estate, and ho Intrusted tho care of hor to her
cousin. Mis. O'Connor of Queens county. In
March a petition was presented to tho Su
premo Court in Kings county nsklnit for tho ap
pointment of anew commlttoannd to have the
matter ruforrcd back to Nlairnrn. county. Wil
liam 11. Putney was npponted committee of
tho person, whllo Mr. Flairler remained In
chariie of the estate. Tho order to rotor the
case lack to Mauara county was denied. , .
Mr. Putney then obtained nn order enjolnlnsr
Miss Porter's relatives in Niagara county from
prosocutlnir any proceedltiKS in that oounty,
nnd an appeal was taken. , In reversing, tho
entire matter Justice Culloncontonds that Miss
Porter's leoal, residence Is In Niagara county,
and that the rule of the court was violated in
making tho application in Kings oounty. but he
says It does not follow Hint the proceedings
I wore void, but only Irregular, as the rules only
relate to nractlco and not to the validity of tho
court's decisions. In order that thro might
bo no unseemly conflict between the oourts of
tho two distrust tho proceedings nro trnns
forrcd.to Niagara county.
, DKCKITED JIT UER LOTER.
Shapiro Dlicsrili Ills Sweetheart After Sbe
Drought Hitn from Ituiiln.
After tho wifo of Max 8hapIro died In Ttussla,
about two years ago, Shapiro mado lovo to her
sister, Annlo Goldwnssor. and thoy bocamo en
gaged td bo married. It'was agreod between
them that as Hhaplro had nclthor money nor
u job Annlo should como to America and
work and sond him money so that ho could join
her. Sho crossed the ocean nnd wont to llvo
with relatlvos at G02 North accond stroot. Wil
liamsburg. She obtained employment in n
tailor shop, and by dint of hard work and econ
omy succeeded In saving $100 In six months.
Bhe sent tho moucv to Shntlro. and ho land
ed hero last July. Tho girl found board, for
him nt 47 Morrcll street, and got hlra
i ii job In n tailor thou nt 53 Ewen street.
I Shapiro requested un Immodlnto marrlago.
1 Tho girl refused then becauso hor wed
ding ilrns was not llnlshed. It was ngrced
they should be married on Thanksgiving Day.
Tw o weeks before the t hue set for tho marriage
Shapiro grow cold In his attentions nnd llnnlly
discarded Annlo altogether. Hho made nn In
vestigation and discovered. It Is alleged, that
ho was courting another girl. 'Vosterday sho
went to tho Leo Aicnuo Police Court nud ob
tained n worrant against lilm on the charge of
having deceived her under npromlso of mar
riage. Hhiiplro was taken to court nnd ar
raigned bofore Maglstrnto Ivramor.. He had
nothing to say and was committed to jail In do;
fault of $1.(KV) imll for n hearing. Ho is 2a
j ears old and the girl is 21.
MAItKJXO HISTORIC SVOTS.
Trustees of the Society for the Preservation
of Historic Places Hold a Meeting.
At a meeting of tho trustees of the Society
for the Preservation of Sconio and Historic
Places and ObjcctB. held in tho offlco of tho
President, Andrew II. Green, yesterday after
noon, resolutions were passed requesting
Mayor Van Wyck and tho Municipal Council to
erect as a mural tablet in the lobby 6t tho
City Hnll two rnnrbli slabs commemorative of
tho erection of the building. These slabs,
each about nino feet long and fifteen luches
wide, at present rest, face upward aud exposed
to the weather. In tho coping of tho southern
l front of the building, bearing the following in
i scrlption: "Bulldluc Committee Aldermau
Moiss. Messrs. Fish. Douglass, Waldron,
Lawrence: Huulptor. John Lo Malre: Archi
tect, John McComb. Jr.; Master Btono Cut
ter. Abraham Lahazh: Master Masons. An
thony btconback. Arthur Smith; Master Car
penter, Joseph Newton: Clerk. James Hob
son." Thcso inscriptions, it was stated, will
soon become obliterated unless the slabs are
moed.
William II. Webb announced that a tablet
would soon bo placed at Montgomery and
Water streets, recording that on that spot in
1824 his father. Isaao Wobb, built two OtXJ-ton
shins tho Superior and Splendid for tho
China trade.
Tho meeting closed with a resolution asking
that the city tako measures to preserve the.
blockhous : In Central Park and Intrust It. to
the cars ot tho eociety.
DR. COR ItEl.ZErRU AS PASTOR.
To Have Active Direction lTereaftnr of All
the Colleglatn Clmrchei.
Tho Kov. Dr. Edward II. Coe. sonlor minister
of tho Colleglato iloformod Church, has been
relieved as pastor of the chureh at Fifth avenue
nnd rorty-eighth street, in order that ho may
tako iictUo charge oi tho entire work of tho
denomination. Tho Colleglato consistory, of
twche doneons nnd twelve elders, has rescinded
tho resolution ot May 7. 1HU7. by which he was
assigned to the ii latorntn. Dr. Coe will here
.'ifti.rd root tho four churches and five chapels
of tho Collegiate Church, without giving full
pulpit and pastoral hi vices to any. Clerk
Charles H. Phillips said ycterdny that by this
change, made with the concurrence or Dr. Coo.
it Is hoped to s euro n greater unity nnd ef
fect ivuco-opcrallon among tho dlfferentcongro
gattons forming tho Collegiate Church,
Jersey City Ofllrlais to Answxr for Not
Cleaning Mdevt nlkf.
The members of the Jersey City Street and
Water Beard, have been summonod to appear
before Police Justico Potts In thn Second
Criminal Court-at 0 A. M. to-day and explain
why the snow has not been removed from tho
sldownlks in front of city proporty under their
control us required by a city ordinance. Justice
Potts said, when ho Issued tho summonses,
that private citizens nre hold, lo a strict ac
countability for a failure to comply with the
I ordinance nnd there was no good reason why
1 public officials should lrfi exempted. It was
suggested to Justice Potts that tho Commls
slonersmlght Ignore thesummonhps. "If thoy
do." he said, ' they shall be treated asuvorv
one Is who disregards service of usummons. I
shall iiibif.tunoii thoiriippcaranno hero."
Ileal Katate Aurtlon Sales.
The most Interesting offering nt tho New
Tork Heal Estate Salesroom yesterday was that
of tho ilvo-story brick, stone and iron building
on the southwest, corner of Fifty-fifth street
and Sixth avenue. It Is tho old New York
Athletic Club property and was offered for 6alo
by Peter F. Moyor for tho Democrutlo Club,
which now owns the property. As no adequate
bid could bo aecured the property was with-
ft I fltCf 1
ltlchard V. Harnett k Co. sold, in foreclosure,
the four two-story frame dwellings, on plot
7.()xl(Mlx3-I.5x0tt 7. on west sldo of Ogdcn
nvenuo. 3 ui tt feet north of Union street, to tho
plaintiff. Phoebe It Hunt, for fl).8t : also on
east side ot Ogdnn avenue. 27.") feet south of
l7th street, two lots, oacli 25x104. to J5. Suss.
for $1H)6; also two lot, each 25x104. on Nlelson
I avenue, west side, 275 feet south of l'17th
I street, to L Knss. for $005: also, tho plot
1 r0x2r.03x Irregulnr on tho east side of Nlelson
avenue. 275 feet south ol -107th street, to J, A.
Mol)ennottfor$li40.
i JainesL. Wollssold, In foieclosure, tho two.
1 story frame dwelling, on lot 20x100. No. 1U73
Clinton nenue. 105 feet north of 177th street,
to the plaintiff. David F. Wright, for $2,015:
nlso, the two four-story brick buildings, Nos.
2.J03 und 2:105 Southern liouloHrd, corner of
Freeman stroot: No. 2303 to William Wettorer
for $10,550. and No. 2:05 to D. Farrcll for
, $12.iW0: nlso. soven fourstory brick apart
ments and stores, on lots each 27x112.5 x
i (rrogular, Nos. 1131 to 1143 i'roemnii street :
No. 1131 was sold to William Wetterer for
ir..K"0nnd Nos. ll33to 1143 to the same for
$11 070 each.
i Peter F, JIuyer A Co. sold, In foreclosure, the
three-story stone Hat. on lot 2l).0xH.'lx25..'lx
. 07.0. No. 1H5 St, Nicholas nenue, to the plaln
1 tiff. A. B. Fletcher, forS17.5O0: also, the three
I atory brick building, with stores, on lot 25x
I lave You Been Deceived?
I 'When you wanted a bottle of
I j Hunyadi Janos
B I NATURAL APERIENT WATER,
MA Dii your Druggist give you a cheap subatltute, because he made a few cents
M more profit r "Will you believe those" Just a good" stories when you
V, know that " HUNYADI JANOS" U the only genuine Hunyadi Water?
1 ( Ask your Physician.
fB He will recommend it is otter emJrunt physicUoi bave for many yciru
IF YOU DON'T KNOW
Why Dyspopsla Cares Havo Failod
to Roliova Ton,
THE FOLLOWING WILL' EXPLAIN.
In reply to the question. Why have all dys
pepsia ouros heretofore used failed to euro r a
woll-known physician said: "For-year we
have knoVrn that thoro wore at lonat two dis
tinct kinds of dyspepsia, and that each required
ooparate remodlos. Yot we havo always com
bined thcso and prescribed thorn to bo taken
In ono dose, without a thought of one counter
acting the effect of the other, which thoy are
bound to do." This Is ono reason : anothor Is
this: Only recently has It boon found that food
Is not digested In the stomach at all. but. In
stead, prepared by thli organ for digestion in
tho Intostlnos; now, as all cures horetotoro
manufactured havo been directed' toward as
tdstlnc the stomnoh to digest what wo cat. It
stands to reason that no benellt could possibly
be derived from thdlr use. Theso two mis
takes, mado by the manufacturers ot dyspepsia
cures, would seem to oxplnln sufllclontly tho
ciuso of failure to cure, butnBtrouger reason
than these can bo given. It is found in tho
treatment of that most dnngerous and preva
lent form of dyspepsia. Intestinal indigestion:
for this dlseasn the to lias never been any
remody known to tho profession, caused, as It
Is. by bacteria; no germicide strong enough to
destroy thorn could bo given without great
danger to tht patient. Consequently, the
phvslclan has bcon compelled to lot tho patient
suffer. and tho result has been that 04 percent,
of nil the grown people In our country nro now
dyspeptics: moreover, nine out of every ten
cases of appendicitis arc now known to como
from intestinal Indigestion. Is It any wonder,
then, that dyspepsia in all Its forms has be
como more prevalent ovory year?
Tho newtrcntment Is unllfco anything evor
used before. "Ilyomol," the now Australian
dry air germicide, has proed to be the most
valuable discovery made In modlclno for vears.
It has removed catarrh, bronchitis nnd con
sumption from the list of dangerous dlsfasos,
and now comes to tho profession again In a
new form, which, taken Internallv, kills the
bacteria causing dyspepsia as readily as It dow
the bacilli of catarrh nnd consumption, and
this without tho least riangor to tho patient.
Manufactured as tt Is. with different remedies
for each phase of dyspcpsln (something which
hnsnotorbeon thouuhtof before). I bellove It
will prove an Infalllblncure for this disease
At any rate, adopting their usual method, tho
It. T. iiooth Co. gutiratitco this treatmont to
cure, or rotund the money.
FltCK TREATMENT with "Hypmcl" will
bo gien dally nt the office of 11. T. Kooth Co.
to all sufferers from disease of tho respiratory
organs, lou can como every day or every
week: nothing wuatevorwill bo charged for
treatment.
HYOMEI DYSPEPSIA CURE
Bold by nil druggists or sent by mall on receipt
of prlco,
K. T. IJOOTIT CO.,
18 West 34th st. (Astor Court building). N. T.
as.n. No. 04(1 West Thirty-fourth street, to Mr.
Reynolds forS24.000: nlqo. tho threo four-story
and basemont brown-stone apartments, with
stores on plot 75x02. Nos. 221 to 225 Wot Six
teenth street: No. 221 was sold to Lewis Htern
for $27.4f.O, No. 223 to 51. 1'ranklln for $27,500
nnd No. 225 to N. II. Stone for $20,000: also,
executor's saleof the three-story and bnRemnnt
brown-stono dwolllng, on lot 10.0x100.5, No.
425 West Forty-soventh street, to 0. Hayes for
$11,200.
llryan L. Kennelly i Co. sold. In foreclosure,
the five-story brick flat on lot 42x75. No. 75
Writ Elghty-nlnthstreot. totho plaintiff. Loul4
P. Mnhler. for $41,000 and interest, a total of
$43.ar)0: also three lots, each 25x00.11. on tho
north sld ol West 158th street. 225 feet eastof
the lloulevard. to tho dotendant. Thomas Alex
ander, for $0,300. and two lots, each 25x00,11,
on tho north sldo of West 15Rth street, 300 feot
enstof tho Boulevard, to the defendant, Thomas
Alexander, for $0,200.
William Kennelly sold nt public auction tho
two-story brl k and one-story f ramo buildings
onlot21.-xSJ2. No. 440 Washington street, to
Bonn Brothers, for $20,000.
Philip A. Smyth sold in partition tho two
three-story brick tenements, with three-story
brick tenement In rear, on plot 40x42. Nos 52
nnd 54 Bank street, to tho defendant. Eliza
Nelson, for $10,000.
Heal Kstate Private Sales.
Alarge business property on Fifth avenue,
between Fortieth and 1'orty-second streets, has
been sold for about $450,000. Tho details of
tho sale are withheld, but it Is reported that
real estate has been taken in part payment.
William ltosonzwelg has sold to Joseph L.
Buttenwelser thn old four-story building. 17x
120. No. 200 Second in enue. between Twelfth '
and Thirteenth strpets.
Mrs. Fllr-a M. Pelgram, tho buyor of tho
npartment house on the southwest cornor of
Mnoty-ilrststreotand the Boulevard, gives In
part payment therefor tho three-story brown
stone dwelling, on lot 18x100, No. 31 West
Nlnety-llrst street.
Mnndelbaum t Lewlne havo sold to J.
Finkelstoln tho live-story brick tenement. 25x
85x100. No. 23i Jlndlson street
Tho lUo-story building No. 155 Chambers
stropt Is reported sold.
Bucret A IMdlson havo sold for Rudolph
Maiden tho five-story double apartment house.
No. 515 West 145th street, for about $45,000.
.fames I',. Loviuess has sold for E. C. Purton
to Ottlngor Bros, tho lot 25x80, on tho east
side ot Mndlsou avenue, 75.0 feet south of
Nlnety-slvth street.
Ducrot.V. Kddtsou. No. 00 Nnssau street, have
hold for Rudolph JIahlcn tho five-story double
npartment. No. 515 West 145th street. 33x100.
for $40,000.
Also to Ilerbert Turrell the northeast corner
of Edgecombe avenue and 137th street on pri
vate terms. Houo Is three ttory. high stoop,
fancy brick and stone, '0x08.
Also No. 52 r.dge combe avenue. 18x08. threo
storyand bisement. prlvnto dwelling;. Buyer.
Ii. P. 51nhlen ; price. $10,000. Heller. James
'T. FItzpatrlck.
Is'ew Tluildinca.
Plans were Iflled with the Bopartment of
Buildings ye-lnrdny for tho following:
By August Ruff, owner, for a six-story fiat
nnd stores st 318 East Ninth stroot; architects,
Kurtror .t Rohl : cost, $20,000
By Paul B. Pugh A. Co., owners, for a soven
htory flat on tho north side of Ninety-second
stroct, 175 feet west of Central Park West;
urchltect. ft. A. Sahetiigers;oost, $120,000.
By Friedman t l'elnborg. owners, for four
Hlx-story and basement stores and flats at 287
to 207 Elizabeth street: architect, Michael
Bernstein : cost. S lO.OOO.
By P. II. McAlpIn, owner, for an extension
nnd alterations to the dwelling nt 50 West
Thirty-fourth street; architects. Dodge A; Mor
rlson: cost $10.000.
gltnt ggtwte Jor jSnlc.
FOR SALE!
1,200 Acres Ucnutiriil
Uluo Grass Knrm.
Enormous Bargain. Compelled to Sell,
Lxvel, very rich, elefp soil: no rods; nhpe nurlr
squire: HOOacnoln ciiUiatluu: oo acrfa In blus
lira-sanil timber: canine machinery on nearly every
noc, miuniacintrliternt; setrralane aprinin, and
lame crjtlsl crri'kriinatlimiigli tbii I'ltoe; this firm
Ja lu tlin tiir-fanii'il tliiu ur. belt of MldUIo Tt'nuei.
aea: rni'dein lmprmeniiuta In best condltl n, 10
r(ini.2lv-tory brick rraiui'nrr, 2.' teneiut nt bimarn,
tlireo biniF, uui ulnbo'isn; roK fence around Unto
part of lliufariii and cross fences: S00 mrilsfroni
Iriuik line railrral. No prettier, brtttr Improved, or
niareiiiiMlncthe farm lu tlio flmilh Vtry iiialthyi
no sellnw toer malaria, tyiihoid or likoconuilalnts;
prettttot clltnale in fin rurld; liluli cluF, rich neigh
borlinnd, luaruuud acliooU and rhurcbes. Contiid
erinx, tbe many meiltaor this farm. It la nn doubt
tlietmapest uud best farm in t!iu South. You pav
for a'.ue of tlio Improteinenta and get the laud
free, or pay lor tbo aluuof t itiUndaud get tlielni
pnneineuts freo. A prospective b.ii er to ace this Is
almost eijual to a piircbaaer. Improvements alona
rot over sft.noo. Will soil for ;u,ooo, third rath,
balance one to Uve years. OS-paus f arm c atalogue,
free, ilescrlblLg ana pricing a larue number of
Boutbern farms, both small and laive.
W.H. CRAWFORD fit COMPANY
SOUTIIKKN COLONIZERS,
.Real Estate, Rental, and Loan Brokers,
323X UNION ST., N-ASHV1LLE, TENN.
TIMBER & MINEKAFi LAND. FARM
AND CITY VUOPKKTV.
Ural (pta to (t.Xfliintfic.
ffXSTED-A unia'Uiiiace at Park Hill irijcbanei
for free and clear private nouso lu the Haven.
Ues.uearCentr.il Park Uot l'liucpiik oulr.
BLAWoON A HOUBb, 'J84 Columbus av.
Sox ale or ffixrhangr.
AFRIVATR stable, nsar Oramercy Par, for sale
er to aiabana-a for uptown lota.
UULAMU It WUlTIh'O, 6 Btttnu st.
gtrnl (Sttntc nt wttea.
PETER T. MEYER, Auctioneer,
will sell at auction on
tus:siy, in:c. o, isos,
at 1 J o'eleek, at the New York Ileal Estate
Balearoira, 1 1 1 Broadway,
nr oitDEn ok Tim
KXSouTOits and TnnsTEEs or Tmc
ESTATE OF WILLIAM U. OltiT. DEOEKD,
the 6-story brick building, with lot.
No. 22 Wooster St.,
between Canal and Grand streets.
llaps. to., at tho Auctiuneer'a. Ill Broadway,
Wio $tt for SujJintw guxyootfi.
A MAOIIINK SHOP on second floor with power, 418
an 1 4311 West 37tli st. 8ee engineer.
X7IFTU AV 112, near 14th at. First floor and base
ment, aingte mom, second floor, and entire tlitrd
and fourth floors, to lease together or separat.
l J1AULAY : DAY1KH, 44 line at;
'rBAOTljANK.I)UILDrKOrsiiutheat corner Pearl
J- and Deetman sis. Store Ilia Ucekman St., and
unusually lixlit ofDcea at moderate rcnta.
MACL.VY DAVIEo 44 Plcest.
Tr"AI,Ii8T., n, running thrmia'h to 8B Desrerst.
' Light ofllccs wltb all modern conveniences:
low rents. MACLAY tt PAV1ES, 44 l'lno st.
lnw anfl svonnmtnts Co Set.
dTrable flats.
Steam best, bot wat r supply and all lmprnvemenU.
113th St., 12(1 and t West.-Beven Urge llulit rooms
and batbi open plumbing; rentn t.15 to Ho.
ll.'lth St., .107 West, near Jlnrnlnirs'do. Six large
light rooms: bath: open plunililnit: $J7 f (BO.
135th st, 124 tn 12(nct. SU large lmht rooms
and bath! rente $34 to 127.
llf.tbst., 12H West. Beautiful comer flat, overlook
ing drhe; six rooms aud bath: rontUU.
Special Inducements to good tenants.
Can be seen any time. Apply premises or
ERNEST TRIBELHORN.
1844 7th av.. near 111th st. Telephone 42D Harlem.
PARK AV. AND 821) RTvFJeeaut apartments. 8
rooms and bath: all ImpniM mental hallatteud
ance: f4otoS&. Applvt Janitor, lot Hast H2J et,
or IfACLAYi: UAYIhS, 44 lino st.
SANITARY APARTMENTS,
64. VEST 08TH ST.
Six rooms aud bath; hardiood enamel baths.
Sanitary plumbing; nicely decorated.
Delightful open crates. Attracts o for srusll families.
"'I HE FIFTH AVE.UK,
1037-38 FIFTH AVESDE, CORNKn HSTTI STItnET.
Elegant apartments 7 rooms and 1 atti. Aiiply to
W. O. HOBHHT8, Manager,
137Tn KT 377 AM S7 WKST.-8 roomsand
bath; steam heat: S20to23.
134TII ST., 1U3 ANJ 107 WKST.-fl rooms and
li.ithi steam heat: hot water; $20 to (23.
1BDI ST., 3S.I 1AT.-Kttrn wide, alngle flat, 7
rooms and bath, $31),
Apply to iaultors on premises, or
MACLAY & DAV1E3. 44 Tine st.
elcrt 2! onto".
TWO persona oan be accommodated with room and
board and receive etery home cniufort; moderate
terms. Mrs. H ALB. Sll.Waverley place.
Eisst Side.
OKTn HT., llfl EAST (near Stadlson Bcjuarel.
i3 Iiandsome large and small rooms; delightful
table board: reasonable.
TYest Side.
QQDST., 34, 3fl, 88 WEST. Double and single
O.J rooms; excellent table aud service; table board
ers; referenco.
rl'Ct 3loarfl rooblyn.
HENKY ST., 330. Near South Ferry and Bridge
cars; desirable sunny rooms; first-class board;
SS to (7.
Juraiflhcdgtoot$& gjumnnitntu toct
ITest Side.
WASHINGTON PLACE. 04 WTBT.-Large. pleas
ant front room; grate fire; suitable for two;
also side room.
"1 OTH- 8T., 40 WEST. Sunuy large and single
li room: private bath; gentleman oaly; breakfast
aervid; reference.
1 OTn ST., 163 WEST. Large, pleasant room, suit
Ijiablo for two gentlemen; private house; rea
sonable. A KTH ST., 227 WEST. riandsome, sunny alcom
CtJand square room, with dressing room: hot and
cold water, large closets, bath; aelect house; supe
rior tAblo and servlco: references.
A CTHflT., 148 WEST. Larce.'welbfurnlshed con
tl O necting rooms, prtvato bath; small rooms; good
closets: pri ate bouse. '
S36.
Charming, newly furnished apartments of 7 rooms,
tastefully decorated; hardwood finish: sanitary
plumbing; enamel baths. Ofuce, 34 West 08th et.
Ittrctinrjis.
'"fmENNLldErnNO of the Sons of the Roto-1-lutlon
will be held at Delmonioo'n. r,th av. amd
44th at,, New York city, nn Saturday, Dno. n, at H P.
M.. for the election of ottlcer and managers and tho
transaction. ot business, polls open from K t3 u.30
P. ST. ALEXANDER R. niOHPSON.
becretsry.
gmiUiuru anrt Jrwsmabturj.
FURS. Unusual opportunity to secure sealskin
and aable at lowest priio. Furs dyed, repaired,
exchauged. HUDSON 1UY l-URC(i..53Vcat4:dti.
SELsacques and capes altered iuto faiiblQiiable
carmenta at lowest pneea.
BVRKER'S. Ill Wrat.iath St.
tamril tmiti.
THE SUN
Harlem Branch
110 WEST 123TII STnEET
BOOKBINDEI1S. Exrerlencedhaudfoldors.rastera
and coverers: come pr-psred tor work.
WAlKns- DIMiEHY 103Fulton st
B INDEBS'UELPEKS wanted whi iindersUnd
stripping. Apply HOLLY hILICATK HLATE
CO., 20l Front st.
IJXPEItlENCF.D HAND rOl".bi:RS wanted.
J It. RUTTER 4: HON, 141 Etst 23th st.
GOLD LAYERS wautcil.. J .1." LITTLE C0.7
2-20 Astor place
APF.R BOTWC Olyl on small glue work.
HALL A 11UCKEL, 213 Washington at.
AlowcMic iirrramu VautcO.
If Tour brrrtnt
neida instruction in the
-Irt ur Cooking,
Call her attention to this opportunity.
This coupon entitles a well-recommended ser
vant to one freo lesson at
MRS, L. SEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL,
852 Oth av., where all branches of cooking are
taui(btby Mr. O, Lemcke.
HAM DERM AIDS, cooks', (loltTdO: laundresses,
waitresses, kltchcnuiaids, houseworker., 20 cooks
who wssh and iron, laundresses who do rhsmber
work, French, German aud Knsllsb lsdy'e maids,
nurses, butlers, second nnd third men wanted Im
mediately. Mrs. L. 81 ELY, 08 West 22d st.; ser
vanta' entrance, 1-63 tith a.
C10MPETENT cook; nagea (30; to go lo Morris
' 1'Ja.ni; good references required.
Mrs. L. Hi:El,Y, 353 6th av,
COOK; wages $20 to (25, for a small family in
Hempstead; reftrtnees reiiilreil.
JIis. I HEELY, 353 th av.
COMPETENT cook; willing to do coarse washing!
wages (SO; reference s iviulreil.
Mrs. L.bEELY, 52Utl)v;
JJIRBT-CLASs Protestsnt wsitreases to go toPenn- i
sjlrania; wa.is i;o to $2S. best re fere lie a re
cjulred. Mrs. L. HEI.LY, 352 tlth av.
J7IR8T.CLA8H Swedish waitress: to co to Morris-.
town; good ws.es; references renulred.
Mrs. I- HKELY. 353 tlth av.
N "ORTII OF.RMAN nursery uweniess fnrtwochlb
dren; good waitress: referent ni required.
Mrs, L.HEELY. 353 Uthar.
PROTESTANT wsitreis; four ill family; must be
competent and ha e best rcfeeenc es.
Mrs. L. HEELY, 853 flth av
SWEDISH cook, to KOtn Short Hills: waxes (23 to
(80: must be competent and hsve best r ferences,
lira. L. BEKLY. 35. tltli av.
SWEDISH cook, to to to Philadelphia; waei $36;
must bt competent and havo refennces,
.Mrs. L. 8EELY. 333 Oth av.
I . ,
Wnutea annlw-echnits, tit.
BOOKBINDER, Rnirtb caae, machine feeder
wanted; atut xve ieme and salary. BOOK
HINDER, box 150 Bun oif.ee.
BOOKBINDERS,--Jod flnlsher on extra printed
Murk: tte. dv Ill'.ltOu - EltUE, York and
Waahlugtonm... llrooklin.
BOOKUKifc UlLDElt wauted,
i.. Ui-Fr, 385 Cherry st.
1":OREMAN for printing olllret must bnagoodttine
h.nu and iMiupoaitor: only au all-around, steady
man neod apply, (itat.iw-.es especielaud glteex
lenencoto PERMANENT, box ll-Bunotco.
IJAPEIt BULER wanted ", ""
X E.OLIiU lc SON, UO Murray it.
1J ULEItB. Yoiing man to feint Hue, sttadywork
Jtki ami uood chain e for ailwno nuut.
BIIOKM AKER A CUMIS-EY. 101 and 103 Fulton at,
UMBRELLAS. iTouer wanted, also la.emakers.
. ALUoON LAMBON.
WANTED Head flnTsheT to tAke charge of di"
partment Jn out-of-towp fa-t ory.
Apply to-day, from 10 A, M. to 1 P, II., U 7(
Sui st
s
-
atmuta 2llaiea anUctUantaua. I
AOENT8 wanted Wo want an Agent In every town
to so lire subscribers to Till: LADIES' HOME
JOURNAL, to look After roUhwals and distribute an
tertls ng matter. Wo onr profitable employment
for the winter, also special rewards for good work.
(1,000 will begiren tb the Anent sending the largest
list ni to April 15 next: WXU:i tho next best work
er.amleoon dlstrlbutlnit(ll,ro) among BIK) best
Agents the comma season, Oood pay Is asturrd
every Acunt whether be or she secures ono of the
extra awards or not. THE CURTIS PUBLISHING
OOMPANY. Phllsdelphla. Pa,
WANTED-Amseofbsd health that RI-P-A-N-S
will not l.enotlt. Thee han'ah pain and prolong
life. Oneghes rillef. Note the word ll-l-V-A-N-H
nntbepackairoAidaccoptneiaubstltiite. Rd-l'-A-N S.
inf. r.'icmtso twelve pa kmes for 48 rents, may
be had nmtivilnir store. Ten amplea and one thou,
sand testimonials 11 be mailed to any address for
5 rents, fo wartcd to fie III pans C.limlcal Co., No.
10 Spruce Bt.. Now York. ,
Piwt-CJias9 atlp rfemalts.
C10OK, willing to do washing and Irnntna: also
I chanibsrniald and waltrves; best city tefi ranees.
U. 0, K.,J)03 West aotb St., care of Wiley. ,
C10OK, willing tn assist wltb washiug and Ironing: i
S wages $20: good referrnies.
a. M., 57 Mhab, Long Island Pity. I
COOK, wlllingto do washing and Ironing In small '
Piivatofaiiillv; best letrrtncee. M. O., box 353
Sun uptown ottlec, 125 1irjadway. ,
COLORED WOMAN wants dsv's work of anyklndi I
bundle wssh, k-ood laundress, or housework,
city, VANPF.LT. 23il West 2d St.
COMPETENT cbaninermnld. willing to aslstwlth
other work; be t cltv references. 8. 1'., box SOU
Sun uptown omce, 1285 Broadway,
flHAMDERMAID, also very good seamstress: wages
v (lHto$.'Us good references, E. 1'., box 853 Sun
uptown ofuce, 1285 Hrondway
"COMPETENT kltrhenmsldsi woges $lfli best ref.
v urenocs. I M box S54 nun uptown office, 128S
Broadway
IjMRST-CLASS laundress; undert-nda doing np
shirts, collars, rugs, Kr.x cood references, K. 11.,
14 West luthst., laroof Mlllg.
FIRST-CLASS coot, excellent" referencesTwlllbig
aud obliging. A. O. C box C5U Sun uptown
office, l.tl. llriurtway.
?IHSTCLAS9 Swedish laundress: wages $20; beat
. retirenns. B. 11., box 350 Sun uptown otllce, ,
12H5 BroudM ay.
CJOOD plain family cooki underitands making all
i kinds of soups, roasting meats, uinking desserts, '
c. f. N 43U nib ., cam of Collins.
GOOD cook; undctstands her work thoroughly;
lust city references. K. E box 551 Sun up
town uirke, 1283 B oadwa).
LAUNDltl'.SS. willing to assist with chamberwork;
wages $20; liest refen-nces B. P., box 507 Sun
uptown office, 1203 Broadway.
NURSE, thoroughly competent for Infanta or
grown children; good references. 11. D box
r.52 bun uptown olUce, 1205 Broadway.
rrnOUOUOnLY competent cook: willing-toTake
A place in country; best references. M. B., box
558 Sun uptown otllce. 12U3 Broadway.
nMIOHOroHLY competent laundress, Kelt, willing
l and obliging: best rcreicuccs. J. McD 124
Weat !l 1 st at., caro of Cold water.
"WAITRESS. Iborouahly eompetent: understands
s serrini; wines, making salads, dress nit., carv
ing, Ac: best references. 11. H., box 658 Suu up
town office, 1205 Broadway,
rAITRI.S willing to do parlor floor; fully com.
' piti nt to work for a Urge f.imily; best refer
ences, M 11., ."DO 3d av., care of Yargle.
y'OUNO GIRL as tlrst-cltss waitress or parlonnsld;
be.t c ty reference. O ill or address
L. M In ci e of Mrs. W.ilwrg. 2JH Cist 80th st.
A'ul'.ot Klrl as cnamiiennald and waitress: neat,
X billing and obliging: brst refereuces. J. W.,
box 04H Sup uptown office. 1205 Broadway.
YOl'Nf. girl as chambermaid and waitress: thor
oughlr competent; best references. K. M., 001
Washington at., care of O'bhca,
jtr-la!S3 Qtlv'RXnltfZ.
Situations Wanted by Discharged Soldiers.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
OF SOLIUKKS COMIORI COMMITTEE,
81(1 EAST 15TU ST.. NEW YORK.
1 baker, ID janitors or watchmen,
1 blacksmith, 14 Utiorors,
1 bollermsker, 1 linguist,
2 bookkeepers, 3 machinists,
J boxmaker, 1 painter,
1 carpenter, 3 plumbers,
27 clerks, 3 piintors,
1 cloak cutter, 5 snlesmcn,
5 collectors, 3 stablemen.
37 drivers, 1 stonecutter,
1 electrician, 1 telceraph operator,
0 firemen, 1 cripman.
Address EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
SOLDIERS COMFORT COMMITTEE.
Mill Kistl5th st.. New York.
Telephone 1P87 18th st.
A FIRST-CLASS IIAHTKNIIEH, saloon. osfe
and club experience, wants a ateady place: ha New
York snd Brooklyn reference of years. RUDOLPH
V ULFHORST. 1203 Oatea av.. Brooklyn.
EOY, 15, wishes position In an dfflce; an advertis
ing agency prvfcrnd: baa experience; can fur
nish best references; steady and noucstj Address
ADVANCE, boi 153 Sun office.
USF.FCL man wants position; good penman; nn
detanilson)cownr.: can attend to collecting
and luuk after Ir.ide: iiood references, Address
WOR.iER. box 148 Sun office. N. Y. oity.
VOUNCr MAN. 22. hiah se"hool graduate, strictlr
1 temperate, wants sltuatlnu of any kind; refer
euces. O. M. MARTIN, 88 Clirk St., Clinton, Mass.
gratlinn Slotcis anfl aSejJtruiratnjJ.
This list appears every Tuea., Wednesday Saturday.
WHERE TO DINE.
ForlnfrtrmnUon, rlrcnlarn, At., of iny n?staurnt
or IIoUl below rail oratldreis (send sump)
HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU,
03 rifth Ave, New Yurie.
Ale. means A la Carte; Tdli. means Table d'Hot
dinner.
Delmonlco's r,th avenne. corner 44th st. Ale.
I.fnnFlnuret.nlhav.-18tli.Alc.,Tdh.,$1.2r.(Muslc)
iitzxo .40tbst. andU'way, Tdh.,$l (Orchestra)
Slorello's .. 4 W. 2iitbst. Tdb. (Music).
Tlin Mailboroucb B'way and 37th st. Ale.
Tdh. breakfast. 00c; lunch. 50c; dinner. $1.00.
Terrnce Garden, )5Rth St., near Lex. av. Ale. I
Cnfo Heuuinnn, I Broadway and Readest. Ale.
I,ucliinv'Gerliiniiltrstnurnt no l-nt 1 4th Bt.
IIotrlIIiingnrln.4t'n'onScjTdh.75c.:w!thwlne$t.
Au Clint Nolrl 001 W.B'way(Tdb.SOc.wlnempton
Au Chat .Voir j-32 W.28.Alc.,Tdh.L'cb..'.Oc.D,r,76c.
An Clint NolrilMualci After Theatre Suppers
IUccailiiiinn'a.Swth B'way Tdh 'lOe.Alc. Allnlghl.
Arilln Chaberty. 125 West Stftli st.
J rench and Cal. wlnos a specialty (Tdh.. 50c wine.)
Tlieo'sJtcatnurnnt,7(lMidl.onav.Alc. (TdhoOc)
,lnc,Uln . . . .57 Wtstl'athst. Ale, Tdh.. r.r.c.
Agassis, 118 University pi. Ale. Tdh..r.oc.
HOTELEMPfRE"
liouLL'VArtn .ixi) o.ii st.
EXCLUSIVE MODERN FIREPROOF
Splondid Location, Vory Accessible,
Perfect Cuisine, EfTicient Service,
An Eitenslre Library of Choice literature,
THE BEST AT REASONABLE COST.
TV. .IQItysON QUIXN. Proprietor,
HOTEL CECIL,
WEST 118TU ST., JUST OW 7TU AYB.
Corner of St. Nicholas ave.
A modern fireproof select family apartment hotel,
ofierlng accommodations eoulvulcut to auy lu ele
gance of appointment, service and cuisine, at less
th.in half downtown rites. A few choice, suites of
J uud 8 rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished.
Iiyeek,iunth or ounual lease. AMERICAN PLAN,
huperbly -furnished ha.belor apartments (if bed
room, sitting room and bath, from 435 per month.
HOTEL KENSINGTON,'
KIITH AV AMI 13T1I bT N, Y.
SELECT IAMILY HOTEL, Euroiiesu plan; re
fined aud homelike; location mo.t central, one block
from I'ulnn Siiuare, THOllOIJQIILY RENOVATED:
NEW DINI.V1 ROOM; HET.UIIANT Ol' NOTED
EXCELLENCE AT JIOHEltATE l'ltllHW. Large and
small sultos (parlor, bedroom and bsthroom) for
season or year.
Transient rates! Hingis rooms $1.30: suites from
$aiurday and upward, HEHNARD REYEB.
ItflTFI MflflTV 1'rcnch Table d'Hote, 47Wel
I1UI-L lilflllll svu M, much 40c; Dinner
60e , wine and ooffee Included; service a la carte ut
all hours. Roomsby day or week.
gmrtitm ffottctg,
B. VT. KHAltEY, Auctioneer.
AUCTBOl- SALE
or
CONDEMNED
QUARTERMAiTER AND ORDNAKCE STORES,
by dliectlon of
DENJ. FLAOLER, Drl.'adlenOeneral aud Chief of
Ordnance.
VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY,
AUCTIONKlHtS,
On Thursday, December I, 1898,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK,
at tub sun mm,
Ills Ave, 11 ml 35th St., Nw York Cltr.
Catalogues ready on Nov, 2, at Arsenal and Auo
Uoaersroce, 180 East 13th St.
i
I ujjttu0jj Chnnctt.'
NEW YORK SUN OFFICE. NEWARK. N.J
784 I1UOADST. ADVERTtREHS MAY LEAVE
THEIR ORDERS AT HIM AoDKEfW, WIIK1 I". THE
8AME CARE AND ATTKN110N WILL UK SHOWN
AS AT MAIN OFFICE.
AN E3TADLI8U1)'MANUFACTUR1NI ACS'
N1H.S, located moat primlnent town on Iug
Island; prtrofor tun husluess $5,0.0, and $aimhi of
sto.'k on band. Including tnsohlncry thst Is neces
sary for the bnslnessi viotncted liv patents that will
run in years longer; . tnvestlgalu this splendid
ihance. Apply ' ,
IcDONALD k WIOOINR. 140 Nassau.
A N OProRT"NItY.-Rewing machine business.
Inclining sll appliances, lithe, tools, Ac, con.
necting win autl.iuery and toy bus, nest; well
stockeil; looted prominent avenue ii,)tonni old es
tatdlnbol: pdto$4,6uO, Including luree and wagon;
full particulars.
McDQNALD St WI00ISS, 140Naaaan.
A MEAT MAItKKTt old cstabUhcd; .located In
Brooklyn: prlco only $1,000: roceti ti $1,500
weekly: tent $401000 hlyi eledait location.
McDONALD WlOUINa. 1 411 Nassau.
A SHIRT MANUI'ACTURINa 1IV81NE83I 38 ma
rhinos and 1 buttouholo inachlpe: rent $50
I monthly. Including steam power; faotory looatod
prominent city Now Jersey, closo tn New York; good
I reasons for setltiig full patt' tilars. Apply
I McDONALD WUIUINS, ho Nassau.
AN ESTABLISHED nttNTINO TUNT, localel
. proroln nt city on toe Hud, on. N. Y. prke
$S,0O0t receipts $7,110,1 yeatly. Apnly
" " McDONALD ,s; WIOOIN8. 140 Nassau.
gox 5a.c.
I 111IY O L II IIIKTAL.
Have you any OLD LEAD. RRAR. CorPI'R, ZINC,
rKWTER. 11HLEAD. OI.DTVl'E, ELECTR ITYPF
STERKOTYPli OLD II0OK8. ACT BEND A lOaTAIi
CARD, andlwll all, auy part city or country, and
allow ynn the highest cash price
HOR.'jSTEIN. Ilit'sWIIliain at., near Fran-fort at.
ni1.:1 n ' -' , '(
'i t xrtr3oas.
CH A N GEOIlTuME in
Tho FOkIERJIi.8 Ui;t,reuamcilDOLrIN.Bto below.
DEEHETa l'TtrN(J.-Stcamer 'ANOLElC dally;
oxcoiitMondsj-s: furor 5(h).i 21st at., KiR., 7:25)
Cattery, a. 05; ud rellahlu pUot Al Foster on boanl.
IXCljLLENT CODFiaillNO.-St.'ttmer DOIJ-UIN
-l (formerly AL FOSTERi, dsllj-. except Monday;
East 23d st. 7:45. llatury H.20; $1, with bait;
Cnolcra Hanks, wiathcr ticrmlltinir.1
(Ocrim .SttnmKs.
AMERICLTrJE;
l'AST XI'UIS SHKVICK.
NEW YORK-HOUTU vMl-loN-LO.NDON.
bailing cdnesda) a at 10 A. M.
BLPaul Nov. 3U8t. Paul Deo. 21
Bt. Louis Dec. 7'S:. Ljuu i.Dso. 28
l'oris Dec.l4'fans Jan. 4
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK ANTWERP.
Eiery Wedncsdayat 12 noon.
Kensington.... Nov. 80 Arugonn Deo. 14
Noordlaud Dec. 7 Fnwlanil Ouc. 21
Tbuse steamers curry ouly becoiul and Third class
passcmrers at low mtes.
INTEItNATlON L NAVIO ATION COMPANY,
Tier 14 und 15, N. It. Utlke, Howling Oreen.
CLYDE LINET
CHARLESTON, H. C, AND JACKbO.WILLE. FLA.
The tourist route to all Southern Winter Resorts,
Nassau and Cuba.
Steamers le-u e Tier 28. East Ith or, 8 P. M.
-OMA.NClin. . .edi.edy. Nov. y
ALUONQUIN Saturday, Dec a
hEMINOLE Monday, Dec. n
IUOgUOIS Wcdtie.dsy. Dec. 7
Tor freight nud passauo rites and general Informa
tion apply to W.M.P. CLYDE A CO., Ocu. Agents, G
Howling Oreen, New York.
Gt. 8'th'u Freight and Pass. Line, via Charleston,
r. C. and P. Fast l'Vbt aud l's L-ne, Ma Jackson
vllle. THU). O. KOKlt. t. A;. 875 Hroadway, N. Y.
CUNARD LINE vitalJ?Siown
From Her 40, N. It , foot CIsrksou st.
Etrurls Dec. a, n A. it. I Umbrla Dec. 17. VA.1I,
Cainptn'a..,Dec. 10 noon Lucai.ia.. .Deo. 24, noon
VERNON H.1IHO WN CO.,Uen.Ant s.,4 RowllngOrecn.
FltKNCH I.INI!,
GOMPAGNIE GEHERALE TRANSATLAtiTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE 1'AHiB (IRANCFj.
Ball.ug as follows at lu A. M.
From Pier No. 42, Noilh liner, loot Morton st.
fcaToiiraino.... Heo. 3 La llrttague Dec. 24
li()ascogue Dec. Id LaNunuaiidlo....Dci;. ai
La (Uuinpagne 1 cc. 17 La Gascogue .... Jan. 7
FirAt-class passage to lia ro $tliv aud upward.
Gen'l Aucney for P. B. and Can., 3 Rowling Ore en. N.Y.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
Twin-Strew Etpre's Steamers during winter on
German Mediterranean Service, berv.co to Paris,"
Loudon, llambui-i:, resumed In March.
TWIN.RKi:V IMhsi:'il.U SKI111CE.
NIJW YOUK-IIA.Illll'Hti Diua-r,
Dulgaria Dee.8.7::iOA.SI l'cnnsylvanla.Dec.l7,8A.M
l"hamicIa.Dcc.l().I:301'IFaltiii .. .Deo. 24. 2 P. M.
Uninburg-Allierienn Line. 37 Hiondvtny, N.Y.
MANHATTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
NEW YORK. ROCKLAND AND RANGOR LINE.
6tcamers leave New York everv Thuislay at 4 P.
M. fur RUCKLAND, CAMDEN. BELFAST, Dl!CK8
PORT and 11ANUOR, Me., connecting with all rail
and uaterllucs.
NEU 10HK. EASTPORT AND ST. JOHN LINE.
htiamem leave New kork Dec. 3 and weekl tt erc
afterat4p. M. forFASTFOKT. Me., und nT.JOUN,
N. 11., direct, with cunuectlona tor sll point.
Hle.uners sail from Pier 1, North River. Freight
received daily until 11 P. M. All competing rates
promptly met. N. L. NEWCOMB, Oeneral Minager,
5-11 Broad way. New v orkj
lORTH HERMAN LLOYD RTEAMHniPCoT
1 BUORTKOL-lE'lO JONDON AND CONHNENT.
FAfiT kXPKEaS BTEAMKIW.
Lahu.Tu., Dec. it, in A. M, I K.W.D (., Jan.3, 10 AM.
baale.Tu , Dec. 13, 111 A.M. Travc.Tj..Jan.lO,10A M.
OhLUIOHS & CO., 2 Howling Oreen.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
Foi Old Point Comfort. Norfolk, Newport News,
Petersburg, Portsmouth, Pinner's Point. Richmond.
Viruiul.! Reach, VA aud Washiu. ton, I). O. Fro.ght
aud passenger steamers sail from Plcr2il, Notth
Kiwi. e err week (l,i). except Saturday, at 3 P. M.,
and 8atmdavat4 P.M.
W. Il VI LLAHDEU. Vice-Pres't and TraffloMgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL.
Teutonic Nov. an, noon I Majestic .. Dec 18, noon
Hntannlc Die. 7. noon I Cmrlc .Dec. U.OP. M.
Raloou rntc on Cymric. $50 up: Germanic, Br tan
nic, $ito un; Maje.tie, Teutonic. $76 up; eetoud
cab.n, $42 50 upward; third class on Cymric, Ger
man 0 and Britannic, 825.5H: im Malcstlo and Teu
tonic, $27. Rom nun tax additional.
For passage, freight and general Information apply
WHITE STAK. LINE,
rier 45, North River, Otllce, 1) Broadway, New York
triiiitDouis.
Boston and New England Points.
VIA SOI'ND LINES.
TALI. HIVr.K 1JNH, v,a Newport and Fall
River. Leave Fieri P. N. R.,foot of Warrtn St., week
riaja ouly, at 5.0) P. j! Steamers Pribillla and
ruritau. oreliest a on each.
hTt.NIN.TON LINE, via fitonlnulon. Leave
1'ier.itl, N. R., tootof HprtngSt., week days nnly,at
U.ou P. M hieameri, Maine And New Hsnitishire.
NORWICH LINK, via New Londo 1. Leavo
Pier 311, N. II., f ot-'priutfSt.,weekduscnlv, at 6.30
P.M. hKamen City of Lowell and City of Worcester.
Albany Evening Line
Steamers DEAN RICHMOND and DREW leave Old
P,er41,N It. toot Canal St.. at (J P. M. dally (Sun
days excepted), connecting with oxprcts trains for
points North, East and West;
fiATSKILL. nUDSON ANDC0X8ACKIE boats leave
V' footuf Ciulstopher st every week uay at 8 P. M
KINGSTON LINEfWeat 10th st7-Da(ly, 4 P. mT.
Hvuudus at 1 Steamers 1IALDW1N and RO
MEli, for C.ranston's.'Cornwall. Newbuiv, New Hi m
burg, Marlboro, Milton. Foughkcepsle, Hyde Park,
Ktopqs. Ringaton. cpnnectiiu; with 11. k D, R, R. for
BllpofnfkJuCsUklllMfluutalns
,TFW nXElv'7,INTi'-Pler Sfl". E.R..STR. RICHARD
i v PECKf dally (except Sundayi, at 6 P. SL
1 AMSDFLL inNESteauiers leave pfer 24, N. B ,
Jtk roi.t Franklin at., for Cold Hprlng, Cornwall,
Fishkill.lAndlng and New burg, weekdays, 5 P. M,;
Hunilsys, u A. 1. ; .1,
TIltlY IIOATS.
rAltE LOYVEIl THAN ANY OTtlEH nOUTE
Steamers; leave West 10th st.'dally at fl P. M except
Baturday. Bunday steamers loach at Albany,
o failtoatltr. . '
Nb. York and Boston All Rail.
N, Y., N. 11. A II. II. It and connections.
I'lom Gran 1 Central Staiiun.
Leave lly way of Due
U 04 A. M., BprlngaeUan I Worcester, 3:30 P. M.
lo 10 A.M., ttNew London and Pr'vvldence.a.m P. M.
(1 :OiA.M,.NewLoiidnuandPrnvldeuce, 4i 5P, M,
12.0 M.. Kprlngtleld uini Worcester, 6.4i 1. 51.
l:i ill' M., Air Line, via Wllllmaimr, 8 on P.M.
1 0.' P, M., Newlxjndonand l'mvulenee, 7,00 '. M,
BiuuP M NowIud uandProvldence.il op M,
4:(Kl P. ,M 8pnn.El.eld and Uorreter. 10.1 O P M.
!f..00 P. M.. New ixm Jon and Provldcuce.l 1 .00 P Si.
11:00 P. u tipilngttcld and Wi reenter, it.ir. a. St.
12:00 P,M.,N(iwLondon and Piovldencc,C,25 A.M.
Runs dailv, luiludlngBiiudiy.
ttliiy State Limited, all parlor cars; fore, $7, In
cludln j parlor car sen.
tAir Li icLliuiied, arrives and departa from Park
Bo.) are Station, Bo ton R t iru service same hour
aud oy same route. iWl.l stop ut 125th street.
Through parlor and "lee lng , ara by each train.
0. T. HESIPSTE.U).Oeii,Pa. Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO E, R.
BOuEDULr". JN EFFECT NOVEMBER 20, lulls.
Ljav e Now York, Whitehall Terminal (Boutb Ferry)
and foot of Lib, riy street
Daily. lEici-ptSuudav, Ibnndays.
CIIlCAilO i4:3ii A.M., from Liberty stnet only)
l:26p M. and12 I5nlght.
PiriBBURO (S4M0 A. M., from Liberty street only),
5:65 P. M..M21I6 night.
CINCINNATI, BT. I.OUIS, 'fl.M A. M.. 'S.SS P. 31
NEW OIlLEvNH, 4.65 P. M.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS.
WAHUIhOlON.HALllMdltE, t7'65, ft.65(DUier),
II 25 A M ID1 e,i, tl2:.i.' P. AL, 1:25 dhiier);
i:h' t" It lyal Limited " Kxcluilvo Pullmuu traim,
4: .1 (Dllien. '.'.:..- 1'. M. aud "12 lu night. NOR
IOLK,12:55P. M.
All tiaius are Illuminated with Pintscb Light.
Otntes; 113, 172, 281, 4S4, 1284 Broadway. 81 East
14th at., 127 Bowery, N. Y.; BSD. 844 Fulton st..
B ooklyni Whitehall Terminal. Baggage chtoked
from hotel or resldtuce to destination.
' IT
Stttitoaa. jfl
Pennsylvania II
' J ATTiTl O T. nfll
STATIONS foot of hi rxenty-thlnl Street and ti
Desbrosses and Oortlandt Streets. "flifl
, JS"Th leaving time from Ueebntsses and Oori- . vnH
landt stree.a Is ten nilnnlts later than that given , !
ttelow for Tweiity-thlriistivet Station. . 9H
7 150 A. M. FAST StAIL.-Pnlliiian RufTet rarloV - lfli
Car New York to Pittsburg. Bleeplng.Car 1'Iltaburj .. , .sfWM
toCmesgo. No coaehea to Pittsburg, . sH M
RinOA. M, FAST L1NR.-PittsbnrgandClevMand. ! sV
UllOA.JI, PENNSYLVANIA LISUTKD.-Pdllman . 'all
Cvimparlraeiit, Biieplnir, Dlnipg, 8m iking and Ob f
servatlon Cms. Fur Chlnigo, ClnvelanrT, Toledo, -mL V
rlniiatl, Indlansimlls. law svllle, Bt. Lnuls . Ill
llCOl'. M. CHlOAtiO AND BT. LOUIS EXPRESS. M
For Nashville (via Clneiun, til, Chlcag.v.Bt. LoalB. r
fli.M) I, fit. WJrEI(N EXPRESS, For Chicago. H K
For Toledo excejit Baiirdsy. t 1
7UO l .M. BOUTHWrjJlKRN EXPRESS. -ror , M W
Pittsburg, Clovcland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Bt, . U
Lnuls, . 'i'i D
7KO r. ai. PACIFIC EXrniSS. For PllUbura- 4
and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland exteptBav -fi
aisaP.'M. MAIL AND EXPRESa.-Piillman Bnff ' jlr
Bleeidng Car New York to Altoona. East I.lbsrty, H ML
Httiburg, and imlnts West, dally oxceptBuhd-y. .) H
Noenache". ..... u ni
WAMI1NT.TON ANI THE HOtTTn. ' Sjll
7:50. h:20. li:2(i, ii:50 (Dinlng-Car), 10:50 (Dining.- nh . 1L
CarjA.M., 12:50. 1:50. (3!jo;-airyjrfaaopalIJm., ,,, i I
all i'arloraiidDlnlhgCir),:20(Dliimg,Car)7!O ,a i?B X
(Dining On. HiRO P.M., 12 nniilght. rltinday, 8r20.)ca ,,!
li:20,lu.6(iiDlniugCat)A.M.,(8:20''Congrc-.lonal t, ij :,
I.tin.," sll iMrlor and Iilntng Carol, 4:20(Dmluc ,ril V
Can, 4-ro (Dining Carl, 8:50 P. M 12:05 nbiht. i
BOUTUMtN RAILWAS'.-Exprcss, 4.20 P. M 12.0$ l 1
night ilsllv. - j'S ,
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.-Eipress. 0:20 A. 11. and' VI . .
Hiftnp. M dally. !-. e .( ii M
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO rt.ULWAY.-4:B0'r. M. 'r r
daily. i i
FOR VILD POINT COMFORT and N0Rr0LK.-7:M t
A. M. week days and 7H0 P. M. dalby. , 19 1
ATLANTIC CirY. 1.50 p. M. Week davs (Desbrosssa t 9
aid Cortlaiidxtroeth 2110 a'.M.l. Thiough Vestl- a, tt
liu.ol Train, Biuret Parlor Cars, Passenger Coach , ., , ' '
and Ciinliiued Coach. ' ' A"1" i
CAPESIAY. 12 nop. .M.wook'daya. . t. ' e4K 1
Long Branch, Asbury Prk (Interlaken. Sundayt), -, 5 . '
Ocean drove, und Point Pleasant IrYoni YeatTwen- 8 ii
ty-thlrd Ktrei t 8 (itlonr,M:50A.t12:2ii, BiSO.ond '-' '5 M
40 P.M. Sundays, 11:20 A. St., 4:50 P.M. (from, , ij
I) sbro.scp. and lorlluudt Strtets), 8:10 A, M , 'L it J
12-50. a:lOi aud 0:10 P.M. Bunday, u:45 A. , '!' k:i 'H
5.15 P. A). . , ' rl'.f -VvSI i
rOIt,lmi..VlELT'ITiJA. ,IW, Ii
0:10. 7:20,-7:r,((. h!20, :5ii, tiijo, (t:fio renna. Um.-J-'rf A XI
ltjili, icioiDrulng Con, 10:50 tHlnlhg Car), 11:60 r.i ii i
t A.M., 12.50. l.&n, . W. 3:50, 4:2U. , 4:20 (Olnlng .. ,1 H
('(ir!4l.n (DliilliK Can, ft:W (Dining CatV7:40, l 3 Ml
ri :501mm.. I2:n.1 night. BundnyH, il:IO. 8:20.8:50, W W
l:20, W:. O (Limited), H:5n, 10.58 IDluIng Oar) A. , ill
JL. l.AO (Dining Oiri. 3!.0.4: oiDlnlngCir). 4:50 ' B M
(Dining Car), 0:50 (Dining Car), 7:40, 8:50 P.M., ' -(i
12.115 IllKllt.
Tlekltutllt(.8N0s.4r,l,144,llDll.l323,lll,nd281 ' ,
Broadway, 1 Astor House, West Twenty-thtnl 1 'T1
Street Station, aud stations roct of Dctbroa.cs and llmLmB
Cirtlsudt Siterts; 4 Court Street, 8110 Fulton 'H
Street, t8 Bmiidwav, an 1 Pcuusjlvanta Annex mM
BUtion, Brooklyn; Station, Jersey City. The New
Y'ork Transfer Company will rail for and check . .ii
1 aisgagn from hotels and residences through to "ti
destluuUou. A jU
Tcleiihonu "2757 Eghtccnth Street" for Pennsrl -911
vuula Railroad Oau Service. " &
J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD, I:
Oeneral Manager. General Poss'r Agent. t ti
"AMEHICV'S (UtUAT-ST HAILUOA1)." ' '1 .
NEW YORK CENTRAL. j
All through tmius stn at Albauy, Utlca, Byracnte, 1
Rjchiiiterana ButTalo. 'I ffl
Tniins leave (iraud Central Bt-ition as follows: "i ft
8.'-lfiA 51. Daily, exreiithundnys. F uona j
.OW Ejil'llli: STATK EXPilEbS LIMITED. 'I B
Fastest truln In tho wolld. Duo Burlalo 4:46. NI !
sgara tails ,-i,82. Toronto 11.00 P. JL. Detroit 11:10 41 m
'. M. Lin ited to Its seating capacltv. M Wm
8., I K A. Sl.-1'ASTOIAIL. Duly-For Buffalo, NI- SS
.xOagaral'allsand Clev Isnd. . u if Ml
lll.'-Ul A. M DAY EY.PRI-.Si: except Sundays 'Jg
l.J.OJ lor BulTalo and all imporoint New York I Kl
Stale point. f ! WW
1 .00 ' JI ROCTnWEITEnN LIMITED and . Jlsfi
l.UU CHICAGO SPECIAL. Daily For Columbus, ' $ !
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis and Chicago. ,sl Mmm
3 Ml I P. 3L1IIUY AND ALI1VNY SPECIAL, ex- 'Ml Bl
.OVJ ept Sunday, hti.ps at impor'aot stations. II ffll
5.1M P. JI.-LMvE SUuRE LISHTED, Dally-2 MlH
Ov liourtram forCliicago, via Lvke-Shore. Dun '11
Cleveland 7:15 A.-M., Chlfcago 4 P. M. Bleeping M 191
and imrlnr cars mly. ( tsyilH
6 .fin P. St. WESIT.RN EXPRESS, Daily-For HifH
.VJJ Niavtara F'aila, Toronto.' Cleveland, Toledo, PIUH
Detroit and Chicauo. ) 'il tmW
6.ifr I'. M. NORl'HERN EXrHESS, Dally For JS&
"O Montreal, uini. except Saturday, for Ottawa. , . l
7.Qn p- M.-ADIRONDACK S10USTAIN8 AND I! ifl
I .OV SIO.S I'REAL EXPRESS. DUy Via Utlca. Si HM
8.JK P. M. HUFl'ALO AND HOCTHWR3TERN t! flU
.iO SPECIAL. Daily-For Niagara Falls, Clavo- Tt M
land, Clneinnatl, Iiidiaiiapnln, nnd St. Louis. V
9 .(IMP. M-lvPECIAL LIMITED MAIL, Dally & II
.JJ mlecplng. car only) For points' on Fall - .. 41 M
Brook, via Lyons, and .or Rochester and Beflain. , 1 ,sjl i
9.1 K P. St. PACIFIC EXPRESS, Dally-For a- VS
LO weuo, Oirdeusburg, Dujnlo, Niagara Fallr, S
Cleveland, Toledo, Chicago, snd, except Satuc- ,1 !& jU
day, fori poMiuent and thn Auburn read. ! WM
1 9.1 nN"IoaT-MIDN10IIr EXPRESS FOrtCn. . 41 l
Aa.XJ CAOO. Ev.ry night except Suimay night. .' Jyffi ill
Sunday night Chliaosleepei s leave at toilb.' 3m
HAltLEJl DIVISION. . , ifl
8:15 A. SI. and HrtO P. it T Dally, oxcert Bunday, t i H
PittsOeld; Sundays onlrst 11:20 A. M ' J! H
Wagner Palace Cars on all Ihrouuh trains. I, . , 1 jl
Train illuminated with Plntsch light. ., , . j
Ticket otlicet at 11... 2ill,4l8and P42 Broadway. ' si i
31 East 14th sL. 23 Columbus av.. 81 West 125th ?MI
st., Grand Central Station, 125(h St. BUtion, shd ' -; M
i:i8thSt. Station. New York: 338and 728 Fulton st., 'r-
and inu Broadway, II D., Brooklyn. - f-U. r?i
'lelephcne "27MO TAlrty-elgbth street" for New ai ;l
York cvntr 1 Cab Service. Ba gago (.heeked from ' , 'M 1
hotel or residence br Wcstcott Ixpross Company. w filrl
OEuHUE 11. DANIELH.'OeneralPataenjer Agent. A llfffl
Lehigh Valley System:': 9
btotions foot of West 23d St. (Penn. U. It.), Cortland! r tl H
or Deshruases St. e-,JrH
Indicates lm from West 2. Id St. Other figures v.. V)
show time from Coitlaaidt or D ebrosses St. . ?H
"(1:4 1, 7:lh) A. M. dally ror EASTOK and Interme- 4nH
diate stativ,ns. I r ' K
71.-.0. 8:in A. SI. dally for WILKESRARRE, i,
I SCRAM ON. I rllAOA. GENEVA, ROCHESTER. BUF- M
FAI.O, NiAOARA FALLS and the West and principal VI Mmm
local points: dining tar and parlor car to Buffalo. i'J 'slmMU
11:60, l'JiOO noon dally. exteptSundav. f i!
"UL.AC1C DIA.tlOND KXPKESS." 31I
Arrives Ruflaln 0 55 p. SI. Pullman Vestibule Dar -' M
Coaches aud parlor Cars. Dining Car Service. Sleals Sll
a 1 card. Connects atllufialo with through sleepers l "
to Detroit and Chicago. . .' IB I
laiBO, IiOO P. SI. dfily for EASTON, MAUOII " a 'Mil
CUr.Nh, AVILKLSBAItRE, SCRAN10N and cosl ttl
brunches. . ", Hia
3:0, 4ilO P. St ('ally, except Sundsy. for ! 5 il
WIL,4ESBAItllE. PITTSroN. 8CRANTON and priu- " A , I
cipallnurmeuiuto stations. Cotintcts for all points u : i
In roil region.. Pullman Bullet Parlor Car for ? Wm
WILKESI1ARRE. !
:, -nil P. M. Bunday for MAUCH CHtmK j i Ml
and intermeiilate stations. A IVm
JiO, fii'-JO P. 31. daily, except Sundsy, for EA"- " t '
TON and liiiennedtate stat one m i
5:50, titlt) P. 31. dally, i-iiept Sundsy, for TJAH- l t !i
TON and principal lniermedlutu srauons. A i
difln, 7H8 P Sf dailv for BUFFALO, NIAOARA , ?l
FALLS, and all points West, llilltnan sleeper wan rt !
bule tialn N. Y. In Chicago. Sleeper, to Buffalo and
Toronto. Diniiii: Car New York tn Fatou. . a- "fi
Jnli.H-'OI', M.ilsiiy.etoiiiilngonl) at SOUTH .. 'if
PLAINFIi.l. EVHTOS'. BETULEUEM. MAUCII ' ' ' ,'
CHUNK. SVVRE. oENKVA, ROdlEHlFR, BDF A ,
FAL awl TORONTO P nln an sleeper tor Huililo, v "g ( j
None but sleeping car p.it.teiigera tairied No bag- ' LS'
gsge isrrli'I. ' P i J.
H:SO, B:30 P. SI. dally for WILKF-SBAHRE. ITn . ,f I i
ACAitlENEVA. nOCHEhTFJt, Bl 1-FVLO, NlAOARt f I ;
FALLS and all points West. Pullman sl.ejier to '!
Chit ago. ' j ! J,
Add.tional local trslns, dally, except Sunday, for I1
BOI'TH PLMNFIELD. 1101 Ni) BIIOOK and inter. 3
mediate point, h avess follows- lo-.JO, 1(1-50 A. 31. , if ' y
2'2(), 2 .in. .W,0 4.20, f,-,0and 8-.J0P. M. ft
Tlckecsand Pullman uei-ouimodailons at 113, 281, .t j)
278. :r,5. H44 and 1323 Broaduay, 31 Tast 14th al., m
168 E. 126th st., 127 Boweiy, N. .:S0 Fulton st , 4 Bit
Com tot.. u8 B'wa, and Biooklyn Anmx, Brooklyn - ' a'
N.Y. Transfer Co, will cull for and check taggags . ft' J
from hotel or reanlcncu through to destination, ml.
IIUArAIlK,I.tr.'ICV WANNA - WEST- Hit
win it. it. a:
Stations In New York, foot of Barclay and H '
Cltiintniilirr Strneta. fj i
VEST1HDLK TIlAINh. l'I'LLJIAN HUFFF.T : '
UAIt. 1'INIHCII LIGHT. I.il
fl:00 A. ai.-Rlugbamlon Stall. Sto,a at principal ' :,
stit ons. -, , . i J
10,o i. ai. (Cafe Curl-Buffalo, Scranton, Blng- , ""J1 f : (
hauron, Oweiru, ithaia, 1 lmira, IftUa, Syiacnse,' "e 4 ' It
snd Oswego Lxpiesa. Pullmarv bullet narloi cars . 2 1
Connect ni. at liun.lo uitutralus for Chicago and . Wi'
)ioinla Wtst. , lit,
1,00 r, !.- Dalljl-Ch eao and Buffalo vestibuled r -.it
xp.e-a forS ranton, Diughamtuu and r,LnUxa.-ci , i
Pullnun liiiibd parlor mrs to Lluilra, Through ' i j
sleeping, are and eisyioach to Chicago, arriving at ' I 1;
4 16 P.M. ue.tday ' LI
4i0ol. i. Scranton, Willeabane aud PljroioiitU .19
Exptess Pullnun buf.tt parlor cars, 'am'
7iUO P. .VI. tPsllyi-ChicaKO VcatiLule Limited Ef- 5 '
P.r.a fnc Haramon, Blughamtpu I.lunra, iiuifalo. v v -
'llir ii.li li.uot slicn ug car New York In Chicago R,
Diuiugcsrvre.tof lluimlo.
SiMi IVOI. (Daiiyi -"MiUalo Eipress. Pulltnsn (
slo, per lor ln'nint.iii, II ii jliar.it un. Fi;nira. iu'K, i 11;
Sit slorris and BuUalo, arriving llu lalo 8 A SL 'if
0:311 I. M.-'Im,b BuUalo, Bcruuiou, Biughara- .
lou, One-go, Itlia a, E rotra, Syreu.e, Utica and j !.'
O.vievo l.ir as Pullman Diiltit sleei ers. I;
Tickets and Pullman aicomiiioilutlons at Henry i i
Gaza Sous, Ltd,, I M Broadway, 14 Park place, 4J8 Iff
aud 812 llreadxay, 'llckil. at fern atsUuns, 111 , !'
4ihat., ror. I.tll.t.. Ill Weit IMli at., 2.15 Colum. l
bii.av., New V rk: ,)3ssud 7S8 Fulton st and 108 '
Bmadwai, Brooklyn Time tables flMtU roll in- Jl'
fonuati(.n at allatst one. ! (T
Westoott's ExpieesCoinpauy wlllrall for and check "Ai1
bsggagef rum buttl or residouce to de.t.uut.ou. ' Wt
ERIE RAILROAD. ' f!
Through trains leave- New lork, foot ot Chamber Q wi
street, as f Hows, aud na minutes earlier from WMt '( TI
23(1 ai eet: A II1
Ol n A. ai, Ye.tlbuled Express dally for Blng- ' '
V'VjVJ h.mton, Wa.u 1 . El Ira. Huflalo, Bradfon, m
arrl es lmr.ilo8 P. SI Pa h.r cirtu llu slo.
'J'flll1'-'!'- I"II' Inuind Fai-t mail dsll. y(
'Uly So. id train forC.'iIca.o, arrives al Cleveland
7 40 . M Chi. fgo 6 P. ti. Miepira to Culcago, , W
Cli 1 l.d and in nnat Dining Car '
7'Qfl ai, Jlu alii and Clevelaud Vestltulad m
'OW Express dull), sillies Bui alo 7 05 AM, m
Braalord 7. .'() A. SI , Jamesl iwn 7 00 A SI , Youngs
touu 1U J7 A.SL, liv. land 12 .1(1 P. SI. Shcpers
to BulittluaiidCleve'aid (Sife Library Car, '
11. I H '. ., l'sil) soli 1 iraiu tor Bmuhamton, (
j. 1 O Klmira, Wavirl), I'hUign Sleepers to Uor- 'HaH
uell-v 11. Cliieagoand Clniiui.sti l'.ninzCar. Hmmm
MMCKF.1S. IAA-W, TIME CARDS AND l'1'LL-AN tli
i AlCOMSIOHA'llONri at 111. I I.I, 2H1. 401 and !li
P67ilioadwa).l27 Bnnir), IMI Isl 126th st , and 'ill
27,'i West 126th at.. Chamber and West 2.'d st. fsr- iilH
rl s. No YnrV: n 14 aiidod" Fultouat .uSBriauwar, .' aWmM
Brnuklyn: 122 River st. II b ikeu. and Jeisey Clly !
station- New Y rk TramfertJo. (alls forand check nmrmm
baggage from hotels aud I etideut ea to destination, . ltV'l
IftiB SUN Wm
Harlem Branch W
1 ! MMllrtfM-M-ii ii " MBI

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