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. . ' THE SUN 'THURSDAY MARCH 9, 18001. " fli Iwi
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pH PACIFIC I. ft. CO.
OREGON SHORT LIKE
EXCHANGE OP SHARES.
To Holder c Stock ot
qBEGON SHORT LINE R. R.
muHW or stock or thd oregonbiiort
,,ii TnMMio company may nxcuANais
HR BUAIHiS FOB SHARKS of the Increased
S5wn capital t?k US PAClFia HAH,
ip CO-FtSr, ehare for share, by depositing
Sitbe Mercantile Trmt Company. No. 120 Broad
ly New York City, tbeir certificates .duly Indorsed
, hMink and wltncaied or proved nrt stamped
' Mlii by the United Bta tee IniernaUlevenne Law,
!1 paring to the credit of Union Paelfla Railroad
i Star-mr at ,hl! ,,m, or "ucn d"0"11 tlje sum of a
allure. The privilege of making such exchange
rjofclecttb termination at anytime without nottoe.
I Til Mercantile Trust Company will recall and
'i,U for depositors certificates of tho Union Paclflo
ijljosd Company for tho new stock, and will liiuo
t, atpotlton temporary receipt exchangeable for
nchitockcsrtllScatei when same are lUted on the
ft Tore Stock Eichenge.
rated January 37. 180.
TOE MERCANTILE TBCST COMPANY,
By II. C. DEMINO. Vice-President.
Referring to the above, the new Union
t adfie Railroad Compnriy,Stock Certlflc.ntes
ut now Tendy for delivery. Oyer eighty.
(re per cent, of the entire capital stock of
the Oregon Short Lino Railroad Company
ha, Been deposited for exclianco under the
ttrmi of the nbove offer. Notice la hereby
dTin that after MARCH 16TII, 1800, the
prttllece of masking such exchnngo Trill bo
piled March 1.1899.
raC MERCANTILE TltCST COMPANY,
By H. 0. DEMINO. Ylce-Preeldent.
, rn'HOCKEfO VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
COLUMBUS. OHIO, March-!, 1809.
nit eompanr haa made an amusement with
jfafrt . 1. F. Moreau & Co. to extend the
FIRST MORTGAGE SINKING FUND BONDS
THE COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY
(,ch matured October!, 1807, and have been ei
luted during the receivership) FROM APRIL 1,
1899, TO OCTOIIElf 1. 1048, WITIT INTER
KT AT TnE RATE OF FOCR PEtt CENT.
rER ANNUM, piyablo semi-annually, on the first
dijiof October and April In each year, at the agenoy
ef The Hocking Valley Railway Company, In the City
ctitu York, both principal and Interest to be paya
bills sold coin of the United States of the,present
itudardof welcht and fineness, without deduction
lor id j tax or taxes which the Rail ay Company
cw lawfully be required to pay or retain therefrom,
uder resent or futuro laws. .The Hen of tho mort
rig now it-curlns raid bonds to continue unlnv
HIE RIOIIT TO EXTEND A ABOVE
IL BEEN RESERVED TO SUCIT W TTIE
PRESENT HOLDERS AS SHALL DEPOSIT
TUEIU HON'DS FOR THAT PURPOSE
W1TIIJ.T. MOROAX CO., NEW YORK,
OX OR BEFORE APRIL 1ST, 1800.
The ilx months' Interest at six per cent., due April
1, ISM, will be cashed at time of deposit.
THE HOCKING VKLLEtJ RvLWAQ COMPAtU
By N. MONSARRAT. President.
NEW YORE, March f. 1899.
bnrlnz to the above notice, we.are. ready Jore
MlTiitourofflce any of The Colnmbus andllockine
TiUtj Railroad "Company First Moftes Rfnklse
Imd Boadi for e'xtenilon, and to make tho'casb
pirWe'nt above indicated.
WeirealsoprerJkredto buy atparand Interest at
tit rite of ilx per cent, per annum to April 1, 189!,
lui dlicoust at the rate'of two per cent, per annum,
my of the bonds which" the holders may prefer to
kll nther than to extend.
J. P. MORGAN & CO.,
23 Wall Street, New .York.
'33 Wall Street,
New York, March 1, 1890.
to TOE HOLDERS OF
, Eeorganization Certificates
or Receipts for
Preferred Stock and Common Stock
, . OF tih:
Columbus, Hocking Valley and
Toledo Railway Company.
(Deposited under the plan and ncroement
dated January 4, 1HO0.)
fpnuant to the provlslona of said Plan and-Acree.
Bint, notlco Is hereby clven that the remainder of
IV tie mount of cash payable for Stock of the "Now
Company" which depositors of the present stock
v entitled to acquire (aa provided In Plan and
loeement) la hereby called for, and Is payable at
inroncel.No. 23 Wall Street, New York, on March
30.18P.andall holders of our certlflcatea or re
ijtj for itock of the preient Company are notified
to mile such payment on or before that date.
Hdr- reorganization certificates or receipt! ran a
te presented so that such payment may be indorsed
The sums to be psld under this present call are
rupteUvaly equal to:
18.75 on each share of the preient preferred
lock specified In our receipt or certificate.
t-tS.60 on each share of the present common atock
.specified In our receipt 'or certificate.
J. P. MORGAN, & CO.,
Court Cnlendnra This Day,
.MjPellata Diviilon-Supreme Court, Nos. 47, 8,
"j'l.SJ, 78, 38, 1?.
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' ein'.Vf "1t cJ," In- Ihewmmunlty to which you
Mdi u " 5 "'"'" I" UU your school 7 It Is that
lire f ZSS'K "" .of reader of Tub Buk.
1 oeVinir?01"1!" "l f or a moment your own. ver-
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"NotabU American Pictures."
Absolulo Public Sale by Order of
"t v 1 'i . aiwawaw
TO-NIGHT iW& TO-NIGHT
at 8:30. vBraN at 8:30.
American M Galleries,
3Iadlson,Squnre Soutl), Now York.
this " (Tliursday) Evening at 8:30,
Landscaped and Marines
MIES MELVILLE DEWEY.
Mr. Dowey has-lonc been recognized as a
serious landscape painter of very genuine
talent, and If ho had never pointed anything
besldoB the oanvases hero ho would still bo
entitled to lilch esteem as an earnest nnd In
dependent artist of oxcellent achtovements."
To-Morrow (Friday) Evening: at 8,
FREDERIO A. BRID&MAN,
Important Salon Pictures, East
ern Subjects, and Decorative .
Works, and His Masterly
"Crossing the Red Sea;"
"This canvas has received distinguishing
honors wherevor it has been exhibited, nnd
justly, too. for It would bo dlffloult. If not Im
possible, to find, among tho productions of
American artists one which for masterliness of
conception nnd ability of excoution equals it."
" But this Is not tho only thing by any moans
that is now here. Somo other of Mr. Brldg
man's best-known and moit deservedly com
mended works thatwero not shown atBoussod
.t Vnlndon's aro to bo seen, and, thoro aro a
.number of minor paintings and studios that
will be found really Interesting by every ono
who is capablo of appreciating this artist's
work. ( Among these may bo ospeclally men
tioned a few pastels that might be turned to
excellent docorntlvo uses." Tho Bun.
Free View Day and Evening
. 0 until 0 and 7:30 until 0:30.
THOMAS K, KIRBY, Auctioneer.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION,
Raclcalupo, the TJudertnlcer, nnd Noble,
the Hotel Mqn, Ilnnkrupt.
Charles Baclgalupo, undertakor, nt 20. Mul
berry stropf, has filed a putltion In bankruptcy,
witli'lfabllltles S3.072 and assets $91lnaloth
l(iaT. "Which Included' flvo $10 suits of clothes
and twelve pairs of 8! cent sooks. He declared
that he, was too poor to pay tho fees of $25 and
took tho poor 'debtor's oath. The liabilities
ard nll'ln judgments, eighteen In number. Mr.
Baclgalupo has'beon in the undertaking busi
ness ten years, but ha3 carried it on in his
wife's name for the past two yeors. He has
been." prominent in politico In his district and
was defeated as u Itepubllcan nominee for the
Assembly two'ypars ago.'
William Jsoble. builder, of 258 West Fifty
fifth street, and former ownor of the Hotel
Grenoblo and Hotel Empire. Hied n petition in
bankruptcy yesterday with total liabilities
$1.027,40Q and no, asseU. Of tho liabilities
$810,000 Is secured by bond and mortgago
and $217,400 is unsecured. The principal se
cured crodltorsnretheBnnkforfiavlngs, S275.
000 mortgage on tho Hotel Oronoble, vnluo of
security SSoO.OOO: Dime Havings Bank of
Brooklyn. S45O.CO0 mortgago on lintel Emplto.
vnluo -of socurlty SIKXI.OOO: J. H. Browning,
$40,000 mortgage on .'I Park row. vnluo of ao
curltyHO.O0(3: JIarylt. Buller. $35,00o mort
gago on 3 Park row. value of security $70,000.
Frank A. Acer, lawyer, of I Nassau street,
has- Hied a petition in bankruptcy, with lia
bilities $73,227 and no assets.
Judge Gudorsleovo has appointed John H.
Cnrnf s temporary receiver ot tho assets of tho
V, II. llateliellor Company, with a bond of
$5,000. In a suit brought by W. H. Batcholler
ngalnt tho other two partnorsln tho concern,
John II. Cnrnps and Caroline F. Wells.
liKAT, ESTATE XEIVS.
Sevoral Important sales of Fifth avenue
property. Improved and vacant, wero re
ported yesterday, and thoro woro a large num
bor of sales In the othor districts of tho city.
Tho Victoria npartmont houso. bought at auc
tion several days ago, was resold, and tho big
mcrcantllo building, Kos. 258 and 200 Fifth
avonue, was also dlsnosed of.
Tho day was also an active one In the auction
morkot and the Broadway salesroom was well
filled when tho selling began. The prices
brought by Nos. KOI Blxth nvenuo and HO
Dunno street. $33,800nnd $84,000 respectively,
Herbert A. Sherman was the broker In ths
sale ot No. 32U Madison avenue to James J.
Beldon, which was reported yestorday.
At the New York Real Estate Salesroom yes
terday William Kennelly sold In partition tho
flvo-story stone front loft building, on lot 25x
10O.H. No. 110 Duane street to Leo Jiabalgln
fortHUXJO: also a four-story building, on lqt
20.2x100. No. 801 Sixth avenue, to LeoBabal
gln for $33,800; also the three-story frame
store and tenement, on lot 25x100, No 2031
Third avenue, to C. Daniels for $lu,100: also
tho three-story ntono front dwelling, on lot 18.0
xlift.U, No. 208 East 128th street, to the Oleaso
Realty Comnany for $7,300; also the two-story
fnmo dwelling,. on Tot 50x08.0. No. lot; West
120th street, to Adler Hermnnn for $18,000;
also the two-story frame building, on lot 50x
!),11. No. 52U West 155th street, to Joseph
Balmford for $14,000: also the plot. 50x00.11.
In rear of tho obova, to Louis Lose for $11,500;
nlso two lots, each 25xi5. on Arthur avenue,
uetwoeu Tremont nvonue nnd 170th street, to
Agnes K. Mulligan for $3,000; also two
lots, each 25x05, adjoining above, to h.
A. Mitchell for $4,400: also tho three
story and basement dwelling, on plot
50(111.0x50.0x101. on the northwest corner
of Marlon nvonue and lH7th street, to J,
Sorad for $4,700; also two lots on Marlon nve
nuo, 50 feet north of 107th street, to J. Mc
Olusky for $2;! 75; also tho 'plot on tho north
west corner of Tond plaoe and 107th street,
50x74 0x54x50. to Joseph Dolany for $1,400.
and the plot. 60x05x54i74.tl, on Pond place
adjoining tho above to H. Mahnkcn for $2,4(K).
Pf ter F Meyer k Co. sold. In foreolosure. tho
flVM-story briek Hat. on Tot 25x100.11. No. 10
East 115th atrcot, to A. T. Boweu. for $18,870.
William' M.-Itan spld.ln foreclosuro. tho
flve-story stone-Ironl dwolllng. 10.xl01.5.No.
143 East Forty-seventh street, to the plaintiff,
Batnuel B. Soxton. for 514,200.
Henry Corn has sold the elght-storrmercin.
tllo building. ftOxl(K). Nos. 25H and 200 Fifth
ftvvnuii. for nfout $000,000. Tho buyer's namo
was withheld , rt
IMinunilCorun has sold tp Peter Banner tho
thlrUien-story apartment hot .the Victoria.
MaIot75ifd-o.lJb West Thirty-fourth
street. Mr. (!oflln bought tho property at auc
tion last week for SJ75.025.
- John N. Goldlng has sold the four-story
dwelling. 25x115, No. 250 Midlipn avenue, for
James A. Garland j alio Nos. 302 to 300 East
'.- -' ' . '
Twentieth street, three jfour-ntory hooaes.
48x0i. forramlno Wolff; also, for Jfamea Btlll
innn.to Edwnrtl Illrsh. tho two lots, OOxlOO, on
tho southwest corner ot Central Park Wost and
Nlnotr-flrst street. ' , ,
JI.L. nnd (J. Ernst have bought from Harris
Goldberg a lot. 25x100. on the southeast cor
ner of Bccond nvenuo and 107th street, giving
in exchnngo a lot. 25x73. on tho north sldo of
Bsmtiol McMillan has sold to Opponlielmor A.
Voltlittio plot, 100x80, on tho southwest cor
nerof Madison nvonue and Ninety-fourth street,
.George 11, Ue'Forust hn sold to W. W. & T.
M. Hall, builders, two lot on Fftth avenue. 50
feet south of Hlxty.nlnth street. Tho nur
ehaiors wlllorootonthe lota, which ocr.t about
$200,000. two flvo-story dwellings. John N.
GoldlngwnB'tho boltr. '
It. M. Fulton has sold for Tsano Ij. BmlthUo
E. It. Bhrluloy tho four-story brownstono dwoll
Ing.tin Iot20xlo0. No. 20 WestNlnetloth stroet.
.Wllllnm. W. Tompklns'han sold two lotstm
Oio north sldo of 117th street. 100 foot cast of
Gcorgo 1. Johnson ft Sons Have sold tho
(hreo-story brloknnd stone house, on lot22x
57x100. No, 1127 Uuwson streot, for $10,500. .
. L. J. Phillips A Co. havo sold for Mntlldii II.
Mowbrav tho f rnmo dwelling, on lot 25x100.
No. 104 East Eighty-fifth street.
John McLaughlin Is rupnrtod to hay pur
chased flvo lots on tho north sldo ot Elgnty
elBlilh street. 30 feet east of Mndlson nvenuo,
and two lots on tho north sldo of Eighty-seventh
M onue. 133 foot west of Park avenue.
O. B. Ackorfy sold for the William lLickman
estato tho vacant lot, 25x02. No. 640 West
Nineteenth street, to A. Castnlng, for $7,500.
Albert Erdtnnn sold to Abram Btone two lots
on the south sldo of 118th street, 210 feet cast
of Fifth nvenuo."
Jackson t Htorn havo sold the old buildings,
on plot 50x100.5. Nos. 30 nnd 32 West Forty
fourth stroet, to a company which will erect a
twelvo-story apartment house, to be known as
tho Llewellyn Chambers.
Mnndelbnum .VLowino have purchased tho
three-story dwelling, on lot 22x100. No. 110
Jacob lluppert has sold to n firm of bulldors
tho plot on thn southwest corner of Park nvo
nue nnd Elghty-olghth street.
Stabler, Randolph A, Co. havo sold for 0.
Itegolmnn to Well ft Mayor tho old buildings on
Plot 35x70. Nob. 544 and 540 East Thirteenth
F. Barnett has bought from Bradley & Cur
rier tho llyo-story flat. No. 347 West 141st
Plans wero filed with the Department ot
Buildings yestorday for the. following:
By J. 0. Umborfleld. ownor. for six four-story
and bnsoment dwellings nt south side ot 105th
street. 100 foot west of Wost End nvonue ; ar
chitects. Jones ft Leo; cost. $150,000.
By August II. Buck, ownor, for a single story
assembly hall nt north sideof Flfty-nlnthstreet
and Grand Circle-; architect. Henry Anderson ;
By Emily L. Felt, ownor. for a seven-story
flat at northeast corner of 113th stroet nnd St.
Nicholas avenue; architects. Neville ft Baggo;
By tho Joel Mason estnte. ownor. for Improve
ments to the loft building at 375-377 Pearl
Btreot: architect, John J. Keelor;eost. $500.
By Hnssel Hllvermnn. leasee, for improve
ments to tho stores nnd dwelling at 0 East
Thirtieth streot: architect. William J. Feyor!
IBeal (Sjstntc ox 5nlt City.
HARLEM THE SUN,
110 WEST 125TII ST.,
FOR SALE, TWO LOIS,
138TII ST., NKAIt 3D AV.
FINEST LOCATION OX NOItTU SIDE.
CALL OR ADDRESS
C. B. LAWSOiM (Owner),
108 5th Ay.
CJREAT BARGAIN. Must be" sold: only $2,500
' cash required, balmon 24 r,0' loni: inorttcagr,
4)4. buys elecant lq-lamily l-rcn nstnno apartment
houte; central location. hSth at.. Madison av.: rent
als finest tenants ovor 2.700, pays net over $1,100;
Krowringfatt in value; Title Insurance poller. Ap
ply at once. OWNER, 1B Broadway, room 128: tel
ephone 8173 Cortlandt.
j?ORailJv-225 West 183d St. $10,000 8-story
X basement and cellardwrcllliiK; lsrooma; 20x100;
possession Mayl: can be sublet.
rOltlKR fc CO.. 160 West 125th St,
IStnt (gjestate or ,Sle grooWan.
$3,200 and Up. Easy Terms.
Amnced for one. two nd tbreo f&mUlei; &11 mod
ern ImproyemenU; 20 feet wide; streets pired and
newered; aldewilka fLaeged; uu, &c. Near
VAN SICLEN AVE. STATION,
ICINGS COUNTV I,; office on corner.
JEnMAH-AHERJCAH IMPROVEMENT C0.
"iIIEAPEt" In TlrooVlyn-$4..'.0, essy terms: Lin
vv coin place, near Hth av.; 3 story and banenient
stonelwtllintr, 1 1 'rooms.
UKW8NAP, ir0 Nassau St., Maahattan.
. ,,, , . L l
3UaI (Estate or nle gjetu geweu.
For Sale at RedBankTNrjT
A most desirable country scat and fsrm, abont 2t
mtleii-froro ratln-a I ststlnn of Central It. It. of New
Jorsey: lan:e frame bousn, abont 40x40, with exu-n-ploti.
2Cx27.rontalnluff atiout 12 rooms; hardwood
llnlih and equipped with all conveniences of a city
farmhouse, stables, carriage houses, greenhouses,
etc.. etc.. and about 7o acres of land, with fine younic
apple orrhard and nther I rait trees; running brook
throurjh farm; will be sold at extremely low figures.
For further particulars apply
WB-IO. It. HEAD.
1 MADISON AV. ((i8n8) riNE ST.
TSfRI A B"B If What could be better than a
1 fcWi JHL? ''ona house, solidly end hon
B AslnU Bal cstly built lu a flno suburb
like Tenafiyf Wo are buildiVig several now. and
would be glad to ihow)ou whut we can do in tho
way of a modern home, with plot, complete for
sa.SOtl to $4,000. Terms tl.OOO caah. balance
11. WKA'IUKHUY k CO.. 271 Broadway. X Y.
AT GREAT SACRIFICE l-Dellgutfnl lllage home,
five intnuteu from Delaware and Lackawanna
depot; near Dover, llndd's Lake, Lake llopatcong,
Morris county, N. J.: schools, churches, stores; 14
a tra; healthful, cliarmlnir views; shade, oaks, cheht
nuts, pines, garden; twenty-room commodious
dwelling; tinpnivomrnta: porches; excellent water;
$0,600; ressniialile ti-rras; rniaht entertain part ex
ebange. JOHN O. J10VT, 1)11 Broadway,
Ural (gjstnte &ot gat Sorourjh of
beautifully situated, prices $2,200 to $5,200; easy
terms payment; handy railroad statlona aud trolley;
beats paying rent. VALKINBUItO, builder.
Oppoaite Murray Hill UUUon, Fuihlng.
or nle or So gtt Couniru.
Kit 8ALR or to let, a handsome country res&enoe
.jested on Cheater 111 II, Mount Vernon, contain.
Ing 10 rooms, bath aud laundry; all modern Im
provement!; lot 00x100; immediate poaseaslon. Call
on or address Mrs. LKE, 316 West oltb st.
So get for ausiuew gurpojuw.
29 to 33 West 42d St.
To rent, second and third floors, entire
or will bo divided; also fifth floor divided
into offices, single or In buUph, Itoasonnblo
rents, which liicltnte heat, electrlo light, ele
vator, and Janitor's service.
, APPLY TO
on the promlsei,
CEO. R. READ,
lPt WALNUT. (8 81
A 00 factories, warehouses and'mllli. with
. power, tu let, D. W?1IAYKEB. 23fi Broadwsy.
101'Ttt to let, lame and small, wjth and without
J powsr, ItULANJJ fc.WlllTlNQ. 6 Beekman st.
JlW ana pnrtraruto Wo 5tt.
C"I.U -6x , rooms, single floijri, Janitor, 24V4
t i l' i i , I
cfutnlsHrrt gpHW feo Wtt g. gf.
llfJONTSk I(fittIEAim-TFiirnUhed'cottgee for
X rent. K. i, CAUlLt, Boouten7N,j,
T .V ,
'.'.Hlr -Mf- 'ii- j.jt., . ,i j
ArARTMF.XlS, bachelor apartments, apartment
x hotels, board, roomat only lilnh-clain accommo
dations when references exr.lannedl everrthlnirln.
apectedt har accurate descriptlona. MAN1IATTAN
. ATARTMEKT COMPANY. 1 103 Broadway.
WUVDO YOU spend your Urns nd wtary your
seiriooklna for suitable, living accommoda
tions' , We have a large list of choice rooms with aud
without board, $s to $R0 wteily: bachelor and
housekeeping apartmenti, 4n In tr,o mnnthlyt
which we vl silly furulih you FRVE ur CIIAHOn.
METROPOLITAN AQENOV. IB West 84th.
1-MADI80N aV lS.l-lCB.-Second floor; prlrste
bath I otheislncloand donblsroomsforgtnlleriien
MTU 8T.,.'2.ii"eAST. Large, handiomely fur
nlihed rooms to let, with board also table
board; references, -
1 Til BT., 143 EAST. Superior large rooms: ex
IP cellent table; home cooking; also table boarders.
OKfiT&T., lltl EAsYTnear MadUofi Bqnarel.
JJ liandiome large and amaU roomi; delightful
talilo boanl; reasonable.
1)IUVATR family will, rent large room apartment,
. running water, $a.Rt per weet: If necessarv, will
board, or lust breskfast. LANE, 107 West 4th st.
V"A VEnLw.YrLACE.au. Ooodboanlt home com
' fort,; moderate terms; also room suitable for
to. Mrs. BALD.
MTlTbT., 20i WKaf.-Large and smsll front
roomi: exnellent table; reasonable ritstt caay
to learri Hptulsh.
)1 ST ST.. 4(1 WEST. Trge room; alio singla
.x. room, with board; references exchanged; cen
KftTII ST?, 810 WEST. Large and small roomi;
a-'vJ all conveniences; superior table.
Q9C ai WEST. Handsome private. residence near
Jw central Tark Weit: elegant second floor; three
large connecting rooms; private bath: southern ex
posure: superior cuisine.
B4TII ST.; 41 WEST.
Bunny front room; house and table first class.
aOD ST.. 61 WEST. Two handsomely furnished
& medium-aired rooms; excellent table and at
tention parlor dining.
hob ST.. 40 WEST. Handsome eeoond floor, with
Mrheto bath: suitable family or couple; excel
lent table; moderate.
QKTn8T7. Ill WE3T. Owner'haa room.dreailng
"OtMm connecting; also single room; terms mod
flrt Joarfl IrooMya.
AHRLAND PLAQE. ir.. near Fulton st. Superior
board, room and fire, $5; conveniences; central;
PARK AV.. 1020, corner OSth. Beautiful sunny
rooina.,ringly, en suite; parlor, doctor, dentist;
reasonable; hall room, $3.
OQTH8T.. 12 EAST. Cheerful, comfortable rooms;
u brcakfait It desired; good references given and
rASniNOTON PLACE. WEST. fli.-Large. pleas-
v ant front room, auitable for two; also small
7TR AV., 44. Handsome parlor to couple, doctoror
party of gentlemen; alsosmall room; ressonable.
MTU ST.," 8GrT WEST. -Nicely 'furnlahed large
room; hotxhd cold water; pricea reasonable.
"I QTH-8T .. 113 EAST. Handiomely fnrnlihed
lO rooma for gentlemen; every convenience; au
perior attendance; private home; aood location
QfTH ST., 65 WEST. Rooms for gentlemen de
OU nlrlng permsnent quarters: breakfast; also
physiilau's olllco with use of waiting room; from
May 1; references.
Q9DRT54 WEST. Deslrablemedium-slred rooms,
O near bath; superior bouse and table.
Q7TH,8T.. 117 WEST. CholcM accommodations:
0 I all conveniences; American family; private
OQD ST.. fifWEST. A large and a email room;
0 house private; near L station; gentlemen.
"1 ft FT TnT 80 WEST. Handfomely furnished, sunny
lOtl rooms; en suite or single; one suitable for
dentist; term" moderate.
ef untfshf a !So0ms Eo Set grooMtjn.
PINEAPPLE ST.. BS. Heights, nesr bridge. Pleas
ant rooiUH: sanitary pluulhiug; reasonablo for
steady bufincaitnen; references
MRS. LSEELY'S COOKING SCHOOL,
M2 OTH AV. '
needi lnitmrtlon in the
Art at Oofcax,
Call her attention to thia opportnnltr.
TniS COUPON KNTrrLhs A rWEI.L-BECOM-
MENDED 81-RVANT TO ONE TREE LESSON.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS! Wanted, good flowrr
makers; belt prices paid: also bright, tidy learn
ers. L. PBAOER. 1)2 to Utt Bleccker aU
A RT1FICIAL FXOWERS.-Hsnds on arUfldal flow
s. era; alio learners, paid while learning. GOOD
MAN A- SILVERMAN. 3 Great Jones it.
H'ANI"SKWERS Tf ANTEdT NKAT AND
QUK'K, TO WORK ON LADIES' COf.
TON SUITS. WICiUTMAN ; CO., SI WA
HANDS wanted on ladle' fancy atraw bats: alio
linereand wirera. BLOOM - MA1EB. 1131 B'way.
ANrT8TITClfERS: roverer; rirl on folding ma
chine. NICOLL ROY GO.. luJDtr r fc
JVUMBERER or pager: steady work; atate partlcu
i Jars. B. B.. box 110 Sun office.
WANTED A young woman not over 26. very rapid
and correct, as s.enographor and typewriter;
one who is thoroughly at home in the German lan
guage, very lntellJgeut, highly educated. andwhoe
associations arc the most retined and cultured. Ad
dress A. C, box 312 Sun office.
gomrstit cruantjs Wanted.
FREE ..EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
no West 2th at
CONDUCTED BY THE STATE OF NEW YORK.
FREE TO EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEE3.
Servants are In waiting from V A. M. to 2 P.M.
A 1 -MME. JACQUIN, C02 (Ith av 33th St.
J. 1 . Cooks, wajlretiies, chambermaids, 2d house
maid, geneial hnuieorker, French maids, nurses,
can be engsged at unce by i ailing.
fill AMUERM AIDS, coots, $20 to $60: laundresses,
V.MO waitresses, kltchcnmsids, houseworkers, 25
cooka who wash and iron, laundresses who dochim
berwork, wslti-ses and ctiambermaids. French.
German and Kngllah ladles' maids, nursea, butlers,
aecnnd and third men, useful men, private familv
chefa. Mrs. L. 8EF.LY. ns West 22d st. Bervanta'
entrance, 862 other. Telephone call 1H1 1 lBthit.
COIAMBERMAID, wages $20: must be thoroughly
'competent aud have good private family refer
ences for a family llvln. lu Boston. Mass.
Mrs. I,. BEELY!3B3 0th ar.
(OOK to go to Washington, D. C; wa;res$36 to $40;
J must be competent sud have best references.
JlrsL 8EELY, 362 ittbw.
J71RBT-CLASS laundress to uotn Cooperstown;
- good wages; references required
Mrs. L. bEELY. 862 8th ay.
CURST-CLASS rrotestantwaitreia: wagea $20; ref-J-
erences requlrsdclti family.
Mrs. L. riEELY. 863 flth st.
PROTESTANT cook; wagea $2- to $80; alio com
petent waitress; good wagea: belt referencea re
quired; city family. Mrs. I. BEELY, 353 nth ar.
SEC0N51aundreas to go short distance from New
York; good wages; references required.
Mrs. L 8EELY, 352 6th jr.
"WANTED Young girl, white; general housework
w and washing; wagea $14, Apply Wednesday
morning after 10, Doctor's fist. 74 west 69th si.
frVnwt.a 3Kn.e;-pitchatt.v7, ttt.
Experloncou Store and Window
Trimmero. Apply by letter only,
stating experience and salary
HEARN & SON,
30 West 14th St.
BOY for general omrs work. Address, In own
handwriting, J box 106 Son uptown office; 120$
"tOMI'OBITOR, JOBBER.-&ne familiar with cats
' i logus work. 142 Wurth it., top Hoor.
"PAPER BOXES. Young manon ending and iter-J-
ing machine! must be exusiienced; csll ready
forwork . C. MEBKEll. 146 Duanoat.
1APER, satin and pluin boxroaler; one who can
- make estimate on work, Addrcaa A., box 173
WANTED A man to superintend one of our order.
taking wazona, salary aud commission.
ADA11H, opposite Bijou Theatre, Brooklyn.
WANTED Draughtsman on dvnamo work.
Applyja-N..IKa Alia LT. eo.. 672 let av.
WANTED Good, bard solderers on brass goods.
VEITU, 71U Broedwiy, store.
WANTED A case of bad health that R-I-P-A N-S
'' will not bemrll. .They banish palu and prolong
life. Ono gltca relief. Note the word It-I-P-A-NH
on the package aud acoept uo substltule. Ill l'-A-NS.
1 u for-6 cards, or twelte packets for 48 cents, may
be had at any drug store. Ten samples. and one
thousand testimonials will be mailed to any address
fur Arcnte, forwarded to. tho ltlpana Chemical Co.,
h'o. 10 Borneo St., New York.
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-Vl'll--ill T '-&'- "''"'x rjf ,f.
1 ' 1 i
PROFITARMS' WORK offered agents In ivery town
to secure snbstrlptlnn to the Ladles' Home Jour
nal and The Ratnrday Evening Post. Good pay for
good work. We want sgenta to work thoroughly and
with bnalnrss lystem to cover eseh section with our
Illustrated little booklets and other adt orttilng mat
ter. How well some of our agentaliave succeeded Is
told In a little booklet wo would like to send you
portraits of some it our bait' eronU, with the story
of how they mad It pey.
THF. CURTIa rUBLIBlUNO Cq Philadelphia, Pa.
AOKNTfl-Lmdles oi gsnls'to sell a patented arti
cle used In every household; $ton amcmtli and
etpenies. Bend 2nc,ln silver for sanipl and particu
lars. M. k M, MFG. CO., Springfield. Mus.
eflrst-CJait ieltt eftmaleiS -gro-fricjiipiini.
wAaAsiiMvViArVvtAvAAAAit JSAfx'V- -AAiyi"
A RTNNOOUAVHF.U A-tDTVPEWIUTKR,
owning macblnc'ls open for engagement at a mode
rate salar.i t can give teitlmoillala aitiiabllltr and
thorough English education. Address COUPEtENT,
DICJIONntltATOR. thoroughly experienced
any line of butinese, deilres engagement In this rltr
on salary; no agsney or canvassing. A- E., box 103,
Sun uptown otace. 1 206 Broadway.
-4x x' j$tlF j"?'
DOMESTIC ITEPAIt-MKNT ttf
St. Bartholoracw's Employment Bureau
211 East 42d at. Telephone 2fi)4 RHth St.
First-class domestic employeesof all kinds,
COMPETENT chambermaldt w'agea $20; under
stands plain sewing; best references. II. McC,
box Kl.lSun np-towniifUce, 1263 Broadway.
COMPETENT nurse forTmailor grown rhllddren:
good seamstress; belt referencea. M. B.,box 60S
Bun uptown office. 13U6 Broadway.
COOK and latindrefi: wages $20; wllllnirand oblig
ing: best references. K. OB., box 60U Sun up
taim offlre. 1266 Broadway.
pOUPETENTcook; wages $23; best private family
'' references. U.K., box -SOI Bun uptown otSce,
12113 Broadway. .
INOLISH Protestant infant's nurse; wages $26;
-I thoroughly competent; belt references. L. II ,
box 607 Sun uptown office. 126S Broidway.
IRENCIl'lady'smald: wagea$25; understandahalr-J-
dresKing; good siarnatrcai; best retereures. M.
P.. box 603 Sun uptown office. 12ii.Broadwar.
IriltflT-CLAHS laundress; nages $26: understanda
her work thoroughly; best refer.nces. M. MlO.,
box 612 Bull uptown office, 1365 Broadway.
r7IRST-CLASS cook: wages, $46: understands rook-
ing In all Its brsnchesi.best references. M.-McS.,
box 605 bun uptown offico, 1265 Broadway.
JIMBST-CLAHS waitress; wages $20: willing to live
. In country; best references. E. U.. box 600 Sun
uptown office. 12113 Broadiiay.
(O(lI) family cook; understands making good
soups, desserts, croquettes; alio masting and
broiling! city references, p. C, box 610 Sun up
town office, 1265 Broadway.
GIRL, middle-aged, wants housework; small Amer
ican family or old couple; country. 7 Bd ar.,
T AUNDRESS. Thoroughly competentT willing to
Lj assist with some chimberwork: cltr references.
R. 0 . box 504 Sun uptown office, 1266 Broadway.
LAUNDRESS. Thoroughly competent: wagea $25:
city references. K. a., box 504 Sun uptown
offlre. 1265 Broadway.
PARLORMAID. Thoroughly competent; wages
$20. beat references. R. D., box 602 Sun uptown
office, 1265 Broadway.
WAITRESS, thoroughly competent; wagea $20;
M understands atntng wlnos, maklug aalad dress
ing!, carving. Ac; eity referencea. A. C, box 511
Hun uptown office. 12U& Broadway.
cflnst-Cta-Mi gelp pales grofes
siounl. A YOUNG MAN whnta a position as bookkeeper:
ha-i soveral years' experience: Is also a uood
drummer and salesman; not afraid of long houra
or hard work: rrill Osaka hlmaelf generally useful;
cltyjjr country. A. T. NEILBON.O Nastau ft.
AN EXPERIENCED RARTENDF.R (married man)
wishes steady o6ittoni Is Intelligent and capa
ble; can fnrnleb nral-cla.n references. Address
B. McNULTY, 1W0 7th av.. BrouUyn.
A GRADUATE from Entrnan College. In short
hand, bookkeeping and peTimanshlp, would llko
position In an office. Address H. G. SINBADAUGU,
BOH, Erie it., Jersey City, '. J.
A YOUNG MN (American)' of ability wanti poil
tlou as salssuiau, collector, or omce.work; can
furnlxh exoolledf references. Address O. 11., box
A GOOD proofreadsrsndcennpositor, en all-around
man, ooratietent to take charge, want! steady
altuatlon. Addresi NON-UNION, box 162 Ban office.
POSITION a solicitor or 'c'oUector wanted by an
experienced man; good 'references. Address
" BRUCE." box 113 Sun office New York city.
BUTLER in private family: age 20; English; two
reals', referencea present employer; country
preferred. 24 East 6.'d st.
CITUATION. wanted by Aral-class workmsn; 16
'J years' experience; references. Address
K., box 52, Dover. N. J.
yOUNo'MAN. 24 strictly temperate, wishes situs
Uon. C. SMITH, 121 Hudson st.. Hobuken. N. J.
pOST OFFICE NO.TICE.
(Should be resd DAILY by all Interested ss chances
mar occurat any time.)
Foreign malls fur tho week ending March 11, IBIii).
will clo.o fTOO Jlt'l'LY In all cass) at thn General
Pott Office as rollout: PARCELS POST MAILS close
one hour earlier tin elosimc time utinwa below.
' TRANSATLANTIC XIAU.S
SATURDAY. At 7 A. M. for FBANOE. SWITZER
LAND. ITALY, HPAINi PORTUGAL. TURKEY.
EGYPT and BRITISH INDIA, ptr steamship La
Cliampsgne1. via Havre iletters for otherparts
of Europe tnuit b dlrwted "ner La Cham
pagno"i: at A. M. for NETHERLANDS direct,
per ateAUiinip Edam, via Rotterdam (lottera
muft bo directed "per Edam"): at 10 A. M.
for 8OTHND direct, per steamship Ethiopia.
via Glaagow iletters must be directed "p-r
Ethiopia"): at 12 M. (supplementary 1:30 P. M.)
for EUROPE, par steamship Lucanla, vlaQueena
tqwn. PRINTED MATtER, fcc. German steamers sailing
on Tuesdays take Printed, Matter, to, for Ger
many, and Speclally'AOilroie 1 Printed Matter,
r., tor other Hart pf Europe. American, and
White Star steamers on Wednesdays, Oermun
stiauier$onThur-diys, and Cunard, French and
German steamers on Saturdays take Printed Mat.
ter, KC. for all-countries for which they aro ad-
rrtfsed to carry mail.
After the closing of tho Supplementary Transat
lantic Mails-named above, additional supplemen
tary mails are "pencil on the pteri of thirAinorlean,
English, Fiench and German ateaniers, and remnln
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour of sail
ing of steamer.
MAILS FOR SOIITn AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES. 4c.
TIIURSDAY.-At 2:10 A. M. for PROGRESO, per
steamship Tynan, from Mobile: at lu A. M, for
lORTO RICO, per 11. H. tra apart; at 1 P. M, for
NA8BAU, N..P.. and SANTIAGO and UUANTA
NAMO, tier steamship Santiago.
FRIDAY. Atl2 M. for PORTO ItlCO. per steamship
Evelyn: at 1 P. M. for PBOOIIEBO, persteamihlp
Ithaka ilettera for Mexico, via Tamplco, must bo
directed " per Ithaka "Jf at 1 P. M. (nupiil-ment-an-
I -..til P; M.) for 8T, DOMINGO and TURKS
ISLAND, per steamship New York: at 1 P. M. for
ItlODEJANKIRO.peraieamiihip British Prince
(letters. for otherparte qf Brazil must be directed
"per British Prlnoe"); at!) P. M. for LA PLATA
COUNTRIES dlreot, persteamhln Irvdene.
BATUBDAY.-At -12:30 A. M.ior NASSAU, N, P., per
atf amer from Miami, Fla.: at H A, M. for BER.
MUDA, Per iteamship nlnidad; at 11:80 A M.
dupplrmentarr lo A. fiL) for LKF.WARI) and
WINDWARD ISLANDS. 'MARTINIQUE, BARBA.
DOS and DKS lEBARA.perstesinihip Cjrlbbse-at
in A.M. istipiilemenUrv 10.80 A. M.l (or FOR
1UNK ISLAND, JAMAICA, 8AVANILLV aud
CARTJlAtUiNA, per steamship Alleghany (letters
for Oosta Tito muit be directed " por 'Alle
ghany "J: at 11 A. M. Supplementary 11:1(1 A.
M.l for PORTO RICO, via Pnuce, VENKZ' ELA
and CUR ACM), also HAYANILLA and CAIITIIA
GUMA, TU Curacao, per steamship Caracas; at 1 1
A. AI. for CUBA, per steamship Havana, via
llav ana (latWra ruuet be directed "per Havana")!
at n P. II. (supplementary 4 p. M.) tor CENTRAL
AMERIOA except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC J-ORTS. per eteamahlp Alllanea, vis Col'm
(lettera for trastsmala must be directed "per
llalli fpr Nswfodndland. by rail to North Sydney
and thence by steamer, cloiu at this office dally
atHtaoP. MC. connecting close here every Man
day,-Wednesday and Haturday. Malla for Mlque
Ion, bv lall to Boston and thence by steamer,
clo.o at tbla office dallv at 8:3u P.M. Mails for
Cuba, by rail to Port T.impa. Fla., and thence by
ateanier, clou si this onlco dally (except Monday)
at 17 A, M connecting closes here even' Sunday.
Wednesdsv and Friday. Malls for Cuba, hy rail
to Miami, Fla.; And thenci) by iteamer.cloie at
this offlre eery Monday. Tuesdiy and Saturday
at 12:80 A. XL. eonnsctlnir chaes here every
Tuesday' and Saturday. Malls for MeileoOlty,
oierlsnd, unless apsclally addreaied for de
spatch by atcsmer, close at this offloe dally at
2:80 A. M. and 230 P. M. IReglstenul mall closea
at n P. M. previous day. IRegUtered mail closes
at 6 P, M. second dsy Vsfore,
Mails for China, Japau and Hawaii, per steamship
Hong 'Kong Maru (from Han Franclseoj, cloie
here dally up to Maruhll it IHMP. M, Malta
for China and Japan, per steam.hlp Victoria Ifrom
Tacomaiclme here dally up tu March fill at 6:80
P. M Mails for Amtrslla (except thine for Weit
Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), New
Zealand, Uiwall, Fiji and Sanrnan Islandi, per
steaiusblu Alameda ifrom Bon Frsnclico). close
hern dally after Mareh 12 up to 6.80 P.
M. on dsr of arrival of steamship Campania,
whieh will probably arrlvo March la. Molls
for China and Japan, per steamship Empress n(
India (from Vancouver), close here dally up to
March 120 at 0:30 P, II. Malla for the Society
Iilands, per ship Tropin Bird (from Ban Fru
rlsco), floss here dally Up to March 36 at 6:111
P.M. Malls for Hawaii, per steimihlp Australia,
ifrom ban Franclaco), lose here dally up to
March' ,10 st 11:30 P.M. Malla for Australia (x
rept West Austrtlla), New Zealand, Hawaii and
Fiji Islands, pej-stesmshlp warrimoo (from Van
couver), i-lois herfi dallr after March 118 and up
to March 80 at ;3U P. M,
Transpacific mails are forwarded to port of sailing
daily, and the sclu)4ulonf, closing is rrnsd On lbs
preiumptloii of their uninterrupted overland tran.
alt. IRegiitered mall eleie at IVM. previous dsy,
. OOllNKLlUR VAN OOTT. Postmsiter.
S oat Office, Niw York, N, Y., Marvh 8, ltsuji.
, - 'f .', w
BTATlflNS foot of Weil Twoiit) -third Street and
Dethrones and Cortlandt Streets.
. V Thelealng tlmo from Dtsbrosies and Cort-
Isudt Blreeta Is ten minutes later than that given be
low foe Twenty-third Street Station.
7i0t A. .11. .FAST MAIU-Pullnian Buffrl Tarlor
Car New York to P.tuburg.'' Sli eplng Car Pittsburg
to Chicago. . No Loaches t.) Plitsburg. 7
RtSO A. .II. FAST LINF.-rPlttsnunrand Cleveland.
t)l3t) A, M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Pullman
Compartment, Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Ob
servation Cars. For Chlrago.-Clevelanu, Toledo,
Oliulnnatl, lndlauatiolls, Louisville. Ht. IaiiIb.
1180 l'. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EXPRESS.
For Nashville (via Cincinnati). Indianapolis, Chi
cago, Bt. Louts.
fiiM) 1'. .11, WESTERN K.XrjlEflS.-For Chicago.
For Toledo cxrspt Haturdaj'.
7UO T. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRES8.-For
Ilttiburg, Clae1and, Cincinnati, Iularllls, In
dliinspolii, Bt. I,onls.
7i40 P. 31. rAOIFlO EXrRESS.-For Pittsburg
and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland except Sat
urday. 81'.".) 1'. 31. MAIL AND EXPRBAS.-Pnllmau Buffet
Sleeiilug Oar New Vork toAltoona, East Liberty,
Pittsburg and points West, dally except Sunday.
WAMIINOTON AND TUE HOUT1I.
7:50, 6.20. u:20. M:6u(DlnlngCar). 10i60(DlnlngCar)
A M . 1 3:60.1 ilio 13:20 "Congressional l.tm.." all
Parlor and Dining Cars), 4:20 (Dining Oar), 4:&u
(Dining Cr),H:60 P.M., 12.05 night. Sunday. 8:20,
U:20, 10 6(1 (Dining Car) A, M.. 12:50 ct-20 "Con
grrsflonal Llm.," all Parlor and Dlniug Cars), 4120
(Dining Carl, 4.60 (Dining Car), 8:60 P. M., 12:05
BO'UTHKRN RvlLWAY.-"Florlda Limited," 11:50
A. M. week dsys. Express, 4:20 P. M 12:05 night
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.-"FlorldaSpeclal." 12:20
P. M. week da a. Express. v:30 A. M. and 8:60 P.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAlLWAY.-4:60 T. M.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and N0RF0LK.-7iS0
A. M. week days and 7:40 P. M. dally.
ATLANTIC CITY. 1 ,r,o P. M. week days (Dcsbrosies
nnrt Cortlandt HtrccL. 2:10 P. M.J. Through Vestl
buled Train. Buffet Parlor Cars. Passenger Coach
and Combined Coach.
CAPE MAY. 12-no P. M. week days.
Long Branch. Ashury I ark (Interlaken. Rundays),
Ocesu Grove and Point Plessant (from West Twenty-third
Street Station), H.r.o A. M., 12.20. 0:20 and
4:5np.M. 8iindars,li:2()A.M.,4:50P.M. iFmm
Desbroises ami Cortlandt Streets). 0:10 A, M.,
12:50, 3-40 aud 6110 P. M. Bunders. VMS A. M
Olio, 7:20, 7:60, H:30, 8:50. 0.20 (:50 Penna. Lim
ited), 1C50 (Dlniug Car), 10:60 (Dining Car), 11.60
A. M 12:60, 1:60, 2:5u, 3:5u. 4:2n, 4-.2o (Dining
Cflr). 4:r,o (Dining Car), 6:50 (Dining Car). 7:40.
8:60 P.M., 12:06 night. Sundays. 6:10, H:30. 8-W
!:". tt:60 (Lliiii'jdi. 0.50,10:60 (Dining Car) A.M.,
12:60, 1:60 (Dining Cart. 8:60. 4-20 (Dining Car),
4-60 (Dining Car), 6:60 (Dining Car), 7:40, 6:60 P.
M 12 05 night
Ticket offices Nos. 461. 044, 1106. 1323,111 and
261 Broadway, 1 Astor House, West Twenty-third
Htreet station, aud atations foot of Deabroases and
Cortlandt Streets: 4 Court Street. MHO Fulton
Streot, fH Broadway, and Pennsylvania Annex
Button. Brooklyn: Station. Jeney City. The Now
York Transfer Company will call for and check
baggage from hotels and residences Utrough to
Telephone " 2767 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsyl
vania Railroad Cab Service.
J. B. Hl'TtilHNBON, J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Pass'r Agent,
"AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD."
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
All through tralna stop at Albany. Utlca, Syracuse,
Rochester and Dunalo.
Trstna leave Grand Central Station aa follows:
8 .Oft A. M. Dally, exeept Sundays. Famous
SOU EMPIRE SPATE EU'RESS. LIMITED.
Fjsttst train In the world. Duo Bunslo 4:45, Ni
agara Falls 6:32, Toronto :oo P. M.. Detroit 11:10
I'. M, Limited to itisenting capacity.
81 fr A. M. FAST MAIL. Dally For Buffalo,
HO Niagara Falls and Cleveland.
I fl.QM .M. DAY EXPRESS, except Sundays
IU.OU For Buffalo and all important New York
1 .fin P- M.-BOUTIIWESTERX LIMITED AND
l.UU CHICAGO SPECIAL, Dally For Columbus,
i luc.nnatl. Indlanapnlii, St. Louis and Chicago.
3.Qf P. M. TROY AND ALBANY bPI-CIAL. ex-
OVJ cept Sunday. Mops at imiiortant stations.
5.'J( P. M. LAKE SHORE LIMITED. Dally 24
OVJ hour train for Chicago, via Lako Shore. Due
Cleveland 7:46 A. M., Chicago 4::OP. M. Bleep
lntr and parlor cars onlv,
64 lfi p- M. WESlEitN EXPRE8S, Daily-For
UU Niagara Falls, Toronto, Cleveland. Toledo,
6.'! T. M.-NOK1UF.RN EXPIIESS, Dally-For
. O Montreal, and. except Saturday, fur Ottawa.
7.QH F- M.-ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS AND
1 .OU MOSTREAI. EXPRElS. Dally Via Utlcs
S.Jf , 1' M. BUFFALO AND SOL'TIIWESI ERN
'OX.J SPECIAL, Diilv For Nlaam Falls. Cleve
land. Cino.nnatl, Iudianaiioiis and St. Louis.
9.1 K P. .M.-PACIFIC EPRE-S. Dally-For Ol-
III wegi, Ogdenubnrg, llufislr. Niagara Fills,
Cleveland, Toledo, Cnlcaeo and, except Satur
day, for Cape Vincent and the Auburn road.
1 O.l A NIOHT MIDNIGHT EV.PRESS FOR CHI
X..XVJ CAGO. Every night except Sunday night
Sunday nlgiit Chit ago sleepere leave at 0:16.
0:15 A. M. and 3:35 p. M. Dally, except Sunday, to
Plttitt Id: hundayaonly at IH20A. M.
' Wagner PalAcb Cars oh ull through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Fintsch light.
Ticket offices at 113, 261,413 and U43 Broadway,
81 Eistl4thet, 233 ColumbUf v., 61 Weit 125th
stw Grand Central Button. I2nth St. StaU.ui, aud
lsxthht Statlou, N'-w York: 38-4 and 72U Fulton st.
and ton Broad wsy. E. D.. Brooklin.
Tilenhone "37110 Thirty-eighth street" for New
York Central Cab Service. Baggage checked from
hotel nr residence b Weftcott Express Company.
Ol.OROE H. DANIELS. General Passenger Agent.
Lehigh Valley System.
Stations root of West 23d st. (Penn. R. R.), Cortlandt-orDt-sbrot-ses
'Indicates time from West 23d 'st. Other figures
show time from Cortlsndtor Desbronsea st.
J:16, 7KIO A. M. dally for EASTON and inter
7l50. HdO A. M. dsilv for WILKESBARRE.
RCRANTON. ITHACA. GE.NEVA. ROC1I1S.TER. BUF
FAI.O, NIAGARA FALLl and the We.tand principal
loci jioiuts: dining car and parlor ar to Butlalo.
11i60, 18,00 noon dally, except Sunday.
"UIjACK lJlAJIO.ND ICXl'KKSS."
Arrives Buffalo li:55 p. M. Fullman Vestibule Day
Coaches and parlor Cais Dining Cnr Service. Meals
als arte. Connetta at Butlalo with through aleepera
to Detroit and Chl'-ugo.
I'.-iBl), 1 100 P. M. daily for EASTON. MAUCH
C1IU.SU. WILKESBARRE, SCRAMON and coal
3i60, 4il0 P. M. datlv, except Sunday, for
WlLKKSBAItltF, PITTSTON, SCRANTON and prin
cipal Intormedlate sutioui.. Connects for all points
in cot! region. Pullman Bufftt Parlor Car for
4:61), Aitr P. M., Sunday only, for MAUCH
CHUNK ami Intermediate stations.
4i3l, BiZO P. M. daily, except Sunday, for EAS
TON and lull rine.lute stations.
ni60, (l:''0 p, M. dally, riccpt Sunday, for EAS
TON and principal intermediate stations.
.-.:.',, 11:10 p. M. daily for BUFFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS and all points West. Pulliuau sleeper vesti
bule train N. Y. to Chicago. Bleepers to Buffalo and
Toronto. Lining Car New York to Eafton.
7l40. 8:M p. M. dally, stopping only at SOUTH
PHINFIELD, EASTON. BETHLEHEM. MAUCH
CHUNK, HAVRE. OENEVA. ROCHESTER. BUF
FAIA) and TORONTO. Pnllman sleeper for Buff do.
None but sleeping car pasaeugera carried. No bag
Hiao, Bi:!0 P. M. dally for WILKESBARRE.
ITHACA, OENEVA. ROCHESTER. BUFFALO. NIAG
ABA FALLS and all points Wost. Pullman aleejier
Additional local trains dallv, except Sunday, for
SOUTH PLAINFirLD. BOUND BROuK and Inter
mediate points leave aa fnllowa: "10:20, 10 r.o A. M,
Jiao. 3:30 to smith PlaluQeld only), "3:60,4:20,
Tickets sud Pullman accommodations at 118, 261,
273, 355. 1144 and 1323 Broadway, 81 E. 14th St., N.
Y.; mio Fulton Bt.. 4 Court St., m Broadway and
Brooklyn Annex, Brooklyn.
N. Y. Transfer Co. will call for and check baggage
from hotel or reaidence through to destination.
DELA1VAUE, LACKAWANNA & WEST-
URN 11. It.
Statlona in New York, foot ot Dnrclny and
VE8TIDULE TltAIfJH, I'ULLSIAN HTJIFET
CAIt.H, 1'INThCII LIGHT.
SlOt) A. M. Blnghamton Mail. Btopa at principal
11)100 A. .11. -(Cafe Car) Buffalo, Rrranton, Blng
hamton, Owego, Ithaca, Klralra. Utlca, Syracuse
and Oawego Eijiress. Pullman buht parlor oars,
connecting at Buffalo with trains for Chicago and
1:001'. M.lDsllyJ Chicago and Buffalo Vestlbuled
Kxpreaa for Scrunton. Blnghamton and Elmlra. he.
Pullman buffet parlor can to Elmlra. Through
ileeplng cara and day coach to Chicago, arriving at
4:16 P. M. next day.
4i00 1. SI. oVranton, Wilkesbarre and Plymouth
Exprtsf. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
710O1. M.-(Dally)Ohlcago Vestibule Limited Ex
press for Berauton, Blugbamtoa, Elmlra, Buffalo.
Through buffet llreiiiug i or New York to-Chicago.
Dining car weat of Buffalo.
Sl30 1'. 31. (Dally) Buffalo Express, Pullman
sleepers for Hcranlon. Blnghamton, Eluitra, Bath,
Mt. Morris and Buffalo, arriv ing Buffalo HAM,
Ol.lO P. .11. (Daily) Buffalo, hcrunton, Blngham
ton, Owego, ttbaca. Elmlra. Syracuse, Utlca and
Oswego Expre.i Pullman ballet sleepers.
Tltkets aud Pullman accommodations at Henry
Garo A Sons, Ltd., 113 llroadway, 14 Park place, 42 H
and Hi'-' llroadway. Tlcketa at ferry Italians, ill
4tharnr. 12th at., 61 West 126th at., 385 Colum
bus av New York; 388 and 72.1 Fulton at., and 106
Broadw ay, Brooklyn, T ime tables giving full Infor
mation at all atations.
Westcott's Express Company will call for and check
baggage f i om hotel and residency, to destination.
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chambers
atreet, as follows and five minutes tarllerlrum West
2Bd it. i
y.Cr A. SI. Veatlbnle Express dally for Blng
.UU hamton, Wat erlv, Elmlra, Bunalo, Bradford,
arrivcH Buffalo 8 P. M. Parlor Car to Buffalo,
il.nn 1'. M.-Vestibule limited- Fait mall dally.
iiW Solid train forlCnlcago, arriir at Cleveland
7:40 A, M Chicago 3 P. M. Sleepera to Chicago,
Cleveland and Cincinnati. Dining Car
7 .in 1. .11. -Butlalo aud Cletelaud Veitlbuled
.OU Kipreaa dally, arrives Buffalo 7:116 A. M.,
Bradford 7:20 A. M., Jamestown7:0ii A. M., Ynungi
town 10.37 A. M Cievilaitd 12.3k P. M. Sleepers
to DuUaloand Cleveland. CafaLlbiary (Ur.
Cl.1 'v ' M. Daily solid train for Riughamton.
i.XiJ Elmlra. Waverly. Chliago. Hleepera to llor
nelliville, Chicago aud Cincinnati. Dining Car.
'PICKET. LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PULLMAN
I ACCOMMODATIONS at in. 113. 261, 401 and
067 Broadway, 127 Bowery, 15U East 12'dh it., and
273 West 126th st., Chambers and West 23d st. fer.
rlrs. New York, 333 and 3(lu Fulton st., US Broad
way, Brooklyn! 123 River et Hnboken, and Jersey
City Station. New York Transfer, Co. rails for and
checks baggage from hotel and residence to desti
nation, ... t-
- '4. .. -' -ti ',.c t "!-- ,", -.. ',
-- -- - " -. ... i-, . . ;h HIM
- SRUronas. " ! ' 1
How York and Boston-AH Rail7 f(f
N. Y., N. ll.h U. R.-R.'and connections.' '". P 'I
i From GramrClntral Station,. J(i '. .fetiB
11:00A.M., Bprlngfleld and Worcester, fi!f!0P.Wl iRIm
10.0')A.M.,iNewLondnnannTrvlitetirV,3!0iil'iM. 9 KYM
110:0.1 AM., New lioiulou and Vr.ividenoe4-Oli'iI S'H7I
12:00M MiilngfieMsndWorceater. r-.lIjP.S.' 17,i
l:ODP.M AlrUur, via Wllllmatitlu, H:0OP;Vt.' :illW'nai
l;(.2P.M Newlrfjndouaud Provldence.7:i)oP.M.. IJ'H M
3.00 r.M NewLondungiidProv1dci1ce,ti:OOP.iL ',V? 9
4:00P.M-Sprlnt)eld and Worrestet; 10.00P.1L;' i till
.Ir.iOilP.M,, NewLondnnaiidPrtnldctiCAlliOOl'.M. 'It(
UltwoP.M., snringfuldandWorceter, UilAjL. rtirilel
H2:00P.M,. 'Hew London and rroTltloWe.WiVAflir.' 15 J1
linns llally,1tIDlaalflgRlmdAT.A, " -a "0 'flj Cn JLms w
ttilayhuto Limited, all parlor arvfar37, Inv.. fiisr
eluding parlor car seat. - r EiTli
lAIr Lfuft Limited, arrives and 'departs from rark" IWtll
Soiiaro Station, Boston. Return service same hunt J S-a-Hlti
and by same ronte. I Will stop at 126th si, ' i f
Through parlorand slseplng cars by raoh train.' s ' I 'MB SIC
O. T. HEMPSTEAD. Gen.-1'ass. Agent. - ( ?!
BALTIMOEE & 0I0;R,;m.- 1
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 2O..IA0B.. t 1 1 f j
Leave New York. Whitehall Ternilnal (Sbnth Ferry). t liik'
and foil of Liberty itreet. " AUfl
Dallv. tExceiit Sunday. ISunday,, VflS E
CHIOApO (MsSO A. M from Liberty street ohlyV iJl h
1:36 l.t. and l2H6nlghti , . . , ,. 1 S.
PITTHi'JliG (4:30 A, M., from .Liberty itreet ' IIP t
onlyi, sil'J P. M..12.16 night I '. 1 ii
t:lNf!lNJiVTI,ST. IjOUIS, P:56 A. M.i 5:56r.1l lfi
NEWuilK!ANS,3!RA!.Jir. ' ' . '. IS
ROUaL BLUE TRAINS. (V.si'2 4 W
WASUIN0")N, BALTIMORE. t7:n6'0:55,iplqr). i T 1
11:2.1 A. M Diner)'. 112:55 P. M., Ht3K(l5rafrl7" i
2:66 (' He yat Smiled." Evcluilve Pnllman tfatoV , ' I
4:65 (I)nir),W t55 P. M. and 13:10 night. ,XV1& '
FOLK, tl3:66 P.M. . ,T-n,
All trains are Illuminated with PlntsshIJght.'t.'i.i 1
OflU-ei! na, 172, 261,434. 1284 BroidwarBI East, '
14tn St., 127 Bowery. N. Y.; 3311 Fultomat.' ISO if
Graham av Brooklyn, Whitehall Terminal. Baggagw) - , F. ,
oaqaked from hut;l or resldeuco to. destination. f A
(Orean teamtte. , I ;
AMERICAN LINE. j ii
KAHT l'-XlMlUSS HKKVICR. ,' Iff
NEW YORK-SOU rilAMPTON-LONDON; ' Sfl
. . Sailing Wednesdays atlO A. M. 1 ,f. . Sffc
Bt.Paul . .. . Mareh ir.lBt. Lohls AprlP.li 5 Srt!
Bt-LoiifB... .March "33 iTarls,., ., .'.April.!"' J i i
Now York April 5 TNew York .' Aptlfatl' I-
RED STAR LlfME. 1:
NEW YORK-ANTWERP PARIS. ' t 2
Everr Wednesdsv at 12 noon. .
Westernlsnd -March 16 1 N'ooMUnd. ..M.srch 2P' l ;
Kensington . Msrch 22 I Iriedland.i ...-...Apflfft' i ,?
Theio steamers carry only atoomljkad.thlriplSUlA J' M
passengers at low ratos, - r i IH
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. ia 1 I
Piers 14 snd 15 N. It. Office. 6 Rowling Otcen.'.', i ' M
wmmmmmmmmm SteimerflANJMATlC09. ij M
Around swvfovfy I 9
AAvrerka'lrlptwltlnl Sjml M
Porto Rico, n- pw -i,8 idts,, hi n
afouhiltlfe-lslnnm? .it- "ill 9
U. 0. A. tickets from 8130 W Iff 9
8100. - -' V ' S M
MILLER. BULL tfKNOWLTOK. Agents, - Mil H
130 Pearl St., NewYork, nUt M
CANADIAN PAOIl'Itl RAILWaS, iSOj if
Intended steamship sailings from Vanoouver. j la if
JAPAN, CHINA, and PIIILIPHNE ISLANDS,. jf 1
EMPRESS OF INDIA.. ..March7eMiy.aP,-July..'Uv (If fl
EMPRESS OF JAPAN April 17. June J. Aug.,31' j ii
EMritESH OF CHINA ...May 8,Jtf!y10, HepVll,' j U Jt
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, Fill, (lew '"Zeal mi) II I
and Australia. ; tl H
WARRIMOO . .Apl. 6 AORAN ii May'wi, J 19 K,
For rates apply 353 Broadway and DS.Wall at.- . IB mi,
CUNARD LINEMTk. f
From Pier 40, N. R.. foot Clarkson st. - iSiS Si
Lucanla.March 11,3P.M. iiiupania,Mch.2'i,2P.M.' lli (
Etrurla MarrhlH. u A.M. Umbria... .April 1.HA.M.; I Ij M
VE.1NON U.BROW'NACO..aen.Agt..4 BuwllngOreen. iU,
HAWRURG-AmERICAM 1 ill
twin-screw express line. - ! ig Sli
PAR1S-I.ONDON-HAMBURG. , '1J HI
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE. ill Sli
NEW YORK-HAMBURG DIRECT. 1 ,, fl
NEW YORK-CHERBOURG (PAHIS)-UAMBURQ, j 1 U
Fir sailings, etc., apply to JmIS sj!
Company'a office. 37 B'way. N, Y., 'Phone 1871 Broad. lllf BS?
COMPSGNIE GERA TRAH S ATLANTIQUE.1 Ill 8
DIRECT LINK TO U VnE-I'AIUrt iHUXCR). ml B&ti
Hailiiu'eTfry hfttiinJuy at 10 A. M. Wt tlJl
From Pier So. -42, North lltcr. fot Murton it J i jsliTyfe
La Ch.im.meno .Maicbll La Normanctie" .- April 1 1 la jjjjaj
I Hrt'tatrno .March 18 Ijv nhampacno . Ajirdfl V a
La Touralne .March 25 Li Drttaune... Aprll 15 iK n'M
Flrt-f laAMaKace to Jlnyre, S5aut) iipwnrd. . P Vtm
Oen'lAaencj forU.H.andCUii.s.BowlJnCf'ceii's-J.Y. Mj sM
MAINE AND THE PROVINCES! ' l g!
aiANHA'lTAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. flE 'BaS'
NEW YORK. ROCKLANn AND BANGOR LINE. 8 It 8f
Hteamer leaves N. Y. cery Thundavat4 P. M. for ,lft BS!
R')CKLAND,CAMDEN,BELFA8T.BUCKSP0RT,Knd I JJ I'M
BANGOR. Me., ,1-oinmctlng witn rail and water lines, " I, 'w
NEW YORK! EASTPORT'AND ST. JOHN LINK - . I K fljj
R-eamer leaveN-YieVernSHifaayat4 P. M. for ; I, 8 '
ESTPORT.Me..and ST. JOllN.-N. BT. jrlth conneo. V fl t
Uousforllj)oiills-' " ' ' " T. i If Hi
NE1VYORK AND PORTLAND LINE.r- 'J J BS'I'iw
On and after March 18. atpamer leaves N,-Y..-e wry ,' EjIH-ji
Wedneiday and Salurdayat 4 P.I'forPpRTtAND. ,-, W, Uum
Me., direct, with ronnectloni for all points, steam- I h Uu
ers sail from Pier it, N. B. Freight received dally I L 8"
unUl 0 P. M. , .. I II I)
N. L. NEWCOMB. Goneraf Managir ' . i fl ill
611 Bronil ny, NewTolBJ- ffe H
NORTn GERMAN I.tOTD BTEAMBHIPCO. ' s'' 1 IS
BHORf KOITETO LONDON AND CONTINENT.:: S P
FAST EXPHISS.BTKAMERR., ,.. S IS toil
K.Wm.D.GMh 14.10A.M. I K.Friedricb.MhT38.10Al. 3 R Byj
Lahn.Tu.Mch.21, 10A.M. I Trave.Tu.. Apl.4,10fcJJJ. j U Si!
OELR1CH8 & CO.. 2 Bowling Green. -f. M M
OLD DOMINION LINE. ' ' " HIlS
DAILY SERVICE. : W ffl'f '
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Newport News. I IB 0,!.
Portsmouth, IMuncr's Point, and Riehmdnd,Va.. cYm- jflJB t)i
nectlng for Petersburg, Richmond, Virginia Besoh.. 1 g If
Washington. D. C. and entire South and West. ' 91 (lis
Freight and Passenger Steamers sail from Pier 36J li-l 'i
North JUver, foot of Beach at., Mon., Tues., Wed. ' !W r
Thurs..Fri..3P,M., Svt. 4P..M.. Sundav 1 P. M. ) If S
W. L.GUILLUDEU.V)ce-reat.andTratt!eMgr. j ft. Sjt
WHITE STAR LINtZ" I Iii
NEW YORK-QUEEN8T6WN-LIVERPOOL. J g i$
No tiiinn-r 3Inr. in I Cvmrlo .Mar. 2W, 3 P. Mi-.- .; M Ki
Teutonic . Mar. 22, noon I Majestic ...April 0, nooa-x I fi
Saloon rate on Germanic, Brltannlo and Cymric. k um
S5t) up; Majestic, Teutonic, SOU up; second cabin. t m all
37.60 upward: third tla sa qui Cymric, Germanlo 'I re Kfll'
and Britannic, (25 50: on Majestic and Teutpnio, I iffi I'M
$27. Revenue tai additional. i' ?V H'Jt
For passage, freight ard tenersl Information ap fjlftfi AS
ply to 1VIIITE STAll, LINE.. Siffl fl
Pier 45. North River. Office, u Broadway. New York 5' ft
ttamuoats. J Hill
Boston and New England Points, fit ill
via sound lines. SlsS-ia
PALL TIIVI'.K LINE, via Newport and-Fall' iBSKrS
Rlvor. Leave Pier in. N. It., foot of Wrren st.. J JI ij
week days only, st 5.00 P. M Steamers PLYMOUTH , ISSfPsi
andPlLGRIM. Orchestra on each. " " -i ralfill
STONINC1TON I.INi:, -via Stonlngton. Leave? 4 JftM ji
PlerOd.N. R.footof Sjirtngst., week days.pnlrai 'I SBS.il
usnop. M. Steamers Maine ami New Uampehlre. j S'BJHls
' NORWICH LIVE, via New Laudbn. 'Leave 1 Hil jf
Ple-.1it,N.R..foot8pringst.,weekdayaouly,at6:30 I tt
P. M. Steamers City of Lowell and Rhode Island. i BftJj J
AJEW HAVEN LINE.-PIer20. E.R.. BTR.-RICHARD f t! fl
1.1 PECK, dally lexcept Hundayj. at 6P. M.. jj & i f
TJAMBDELL LINE.-Steamerioaves Pier 24. N. R., j W,l I
-av foot Franklin st., for Cold , Spring, Cornwall, I fc I a
Flshklll I-ndlng snd Newbitrgh. Monday. Wednea ' ,1 If j II
day and Friday at 3 P. M FreTtht received dally., ? fl
ptaicai. , ' , I i 1 1
7MB SUN 1
Newark, N. J., Branch. lu i
ADVERTISERS MAY LEAVE ORDRBB. AX, -. ,. ? I ll if
7I4 BHOAD ST., WHERE TUE SAME CARE " J Jf? H
AND ATTENTION WILL BE SHOWN AS AT ' - I rS XI
MAIN OFFICE. NO EXTRA CHARGES. v S A tj
TTENTION.-OLD DR. ORINDLE. ORADTAtS' i I I1 If
UNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEW Y01IK, i !JJ 111
MEDICALDEPARTMENT,3..YEAR8A8PEOIALlBr? 5 I !il M
IN DI3EASIJJ OF MEN. OLD DR GRINDU1 has, J I it If
lieen longer astabllihed and haa bail more exjifrience ft 9f l 'AI
than any othsr advertising physlclant city papei i S -1 B I'l
prove this. Under his aclentlflo treatment blood and, 2 n s i A&
skin illHeases, pain In bones, red aiiote, soru thfOAt 1 tl O
and mouth, ulcrri. painful swsllings, kidney and; jr'i8Jf
bladder complaints, scalding, Innaiuination, urav.l, a IJB 3
undeveloped organs, weak back, lost vitality, are it it M
speedily, permanently cured. Men about to marry S&aft
should consult OLD DR. ORINDLE. Every Imiiedi' ( 'l
roentremoved. Sufferers, do not. waste time vlilttng II II if
Lib ikllful physlclana. Remember, OLD DR. GRIN- M li Si
DI.E never ralla. OFFICE OVER 16 YEARS at 171 ttUst
West 13th St., between Hth an-l 7th avs. Advice free. it i ErrJ
Medicine. II. Hours, u to U; Sundays, U to 0. mi J j i tl
OLD DR. filtEY, 4a years a speclnllit'la V t) If f f
dtienses of nimi only. Qulckeit permanent cure SsilSj'li
guaranteed In all the dlaraiea peculiar -to men. M i B;i,!
Blood (Kilaon, skin dlseasei, kidney aud bladder fjj) I llm
trouble, weakneaB, iienous debility, errors of youth. '14 lFsfle,
lad dreams, undeveloped organs. Impediments to $ j riie
marriage. Ar. Consult old Dr. Grey first: he Is the Ij J jijl
oldest eatsbllibed and the longeit In practice or any , 13 ! 111',
siierlallst In the city. Offiieiover as.years at 130) 'iC llUi
East 17th st.. near Union Hiuare. Hours ) to ii; Bun. Art MM1
days, ii to 3. Scientific trsatmest: adrlro free,' Kj 1 Ifil
Medicine only 60 cents. No chsrgu unleia cured. lSi f I J '
"a.-A.-A.-QUICKEST P E 11)1 AN KMT Mf ill
CUKE In diseases of men; dangerous rates solicit. lit t 1 1
ed: relief at once: those desiring only lint-clan 'i til; :
scuntlnii treatment ihould call. The leading ape- ,a JtjP i
clallit. Dr. Bonichur, 127 Weat22dat., uto3, T Civ, l ill'
Bitndays, 10 to 1. ' l X$'
A -ill.. CONRAD'B BASITAniUM-B'ris'nltflc. Jklf f!f I
ful treatment of all diseases of women; private pU cii '.
rooms; every convenience snd appliance; con4ulto teii Sift v
tinns. ii A. M to it P. M Call or write for booklet. Ill III !
117 Vleit 47th t. Tel. 31'Jii 38th. Wff III j
DOCTOR MRS. ItniNIIARD trcsti female Irregu" 16B fli C
larltlea, single, married; 30 years' experience, liiJJ'-Tt".
7ll-7thav., neir4Stht. ' ' '.5 I '.'
LADIICHI Chldinter'i Enelith Pennyroval piOi !'. ft?!
i..i4 Brasoi, are thai Beet, fit,, luiuu., E I'l).
tobtii-7ekyvy f t
lTEposTtlely cure airfemsTe'irregulsrities or re, j SJ f'
' turnmone): regular, physieiam aoiears'expe. hJfi J: 1
ri.eoe: consultation free. DR. and MH8. AMES, 144 i'Sfi Si U
We.t28dst. - t VSJ W
miiiara laws iii ami, iln V '" "'" " ' tluM
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