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I ;-n . mv,t i . , j
- 'IHrl SlJiN, bATLRDAV, AlJi.lL 1, lbUt. ' j,
' j-il i:sT.iTE snirs.
-i,. ftMnilrln tli ro,.lt. mar-t still con
,,!,, itn.l mtl.ou.li yo.tor.ln. n. n noli
( r a number "' the brokers it number nf
""runt .1I" "l t,rlnt0 contract w,"re r"
i 1 1 Tlinw,l"",ln the (ienllnRilnincntit
r i .till a featuro. '' "l0 ninrkcl. nntl two In
l0' . ... .ale of till rmttirn uero reported
wt ? A riot of six lot at M.vll.on
jm'"1" ' , j K,tf.pcoil 'tri-ot was scoured
vfl:U!ii Wi' tlrm of builder, nnd prttnto
kT,iT . in keennc with the character of tlio
'"'S,l W'iil,o elected on. the slto. Tl.o
r 1 .iln n l of tivelio Intsonrilth
. lind I"-'1 tr'",- nn'l. nlthoiieh the
"D of ilif jmrrhaer could not be learned. It
"rwbitl th.il tliep-H-rtyuna nl?o secured
Vhl'lni. m resident property Mill con-
..." n, o"Tnl lilKli-rlaM dwelling ap-
in'the II" "' le'lonlny" 'n'"- Tl,n Con-
( namirn .it Tlftli nvonue ami Klchtv -
fhlrffiwtw" reported sold, but the report
Mill not peroiillrmed
Thlro a a r"",or t'lfcllln,ln,i mi! ''own-
procr4 joMiTdaMo tlio effect thftttho
ttui t II 'u I'-i'I len sold- but D0 condr-
iDn nn rn'",'''',
HvlrUse ' w""1 nn'1 rst R",," nave
iMjedtli" '' ur-tory t.tilldlm. No. 11 (H Droad
. tor a term of twentr-one year at an ac
!;,, rffltalofS27a.no.).
Th.p. re no Mies at auction yesterday.
Frlmt- Srtles.
w.rtin .1 Brother bate bought trie rimr
.i?rvt'ulKlinE,'.'"'".".ontho northeast corner
XfWnudardTroiitstri'tH
i.J I r.lim.111 h.ne sold to a client, who
m1 r&M ' l" nffiTty A lluckley. builders.
ihVn'ot t.n'"'"U Mi" southwest corner of
Midifon aii-nun and rility-ocond street.
Th.not l 1"-' -U!. nnd was owned by Isano
v i iJitlinr. ho I itiiflit It from It ll Dun last
Unln M-'faiT. rty A Hucklov will erect a
.urn. f rrl.itf dw.'llln on the site.
The l ralih-t'orwith estate has sold three lots
nih northeast c .rnerof HIverHide Drlieatid
iMtst ."reft t.. ,i builder, who will Improve.
lie Fop",' Minmotis bus sold the four
mnrr VruiMi'tone dnelllni.. UHOO-IOU. No. 03
ljit Niret llr-t -trei't
J liinuune Urown A To have sold for An
nit.i Penuire-t the four torr high-stoop
RSm'j on" ho'l-e. ilHo.UK. No. 110 West
Th m-ei.luh -treet. to Archibald lloccrs.
saw-on i A Hold" have sold for John C.
IV.rr' th flie-t..r iip.irtnietit liouse. on lot,
ISwiim on the .outhe.ist corner of Seventh
iinus and l-.'d street The samo firm has
loll the foitr-torv bniwntone dwelllnc. -Ox
"SVlOi. N'o 1 West IllKhty-seienth street.
brMirrandMarenret JleCotinvlIle.
lohn 1' Klrwan has solil tho four-story brick
nd Mne btnhllrK. 11' 7x54 i, on the south
Tt eornrol Thirty-third street and Tenth
'ihefour-story dwelllnc. on plot 50x100, on
the iiortluaot corner of Hfth avenuo and
I'lehty-thlpl stn-et. is reported sold
Hwfc Kl A In haxei bold for the Ham
lrvr e't.'it" the fhe-sti'rv brick bulldinc.
oniPtW 4xHi.l. No 1UI l'earl street.
P,uher. Haliei -k have sold for H. T. Sey
ntour to builder, the plot ."(1x100,11. on the
north 'Hie of II lib street, 100 feet west of Am
(tentamain.ue Fivderlek Hooth has sold for Mrs. I ranees
J IWrlck the Mire. -story brownstonn dwell
Inc. on lot Wx'.nt ll.No 111 Kast laith street
deeree F Johnson A Sons hao sold the two
I'orr I rick and st..nedwellinc. on lot '.'SxlOO,
N"o illiiliawon stn-et. to Kmll Goldnick for
$;,;.'pi i
unnt H S' hloy, of Mooro A Kehley. lias sohl
fslr Tyler the fotir-.tory brownt me resl
lii'Div, on lot 'Ji "1x1 1 "),". Xo. rtl'J Jladlson ne
nu Gwrce F Johnson has sold through White
hoi.e A I'ort.r the plot of twelve lota on tlio
r.erthfa.t rniner "f Fifth avenue ami Ki'Jd
Hreft Thep'ot fp.nts liKMceton tho avenue
and :i0 fe t ..n the -tr 'et
Th Fr.ink I 1 iher Company lias sold for
Jan" I.lwnc.ton the the.tory doublo flat, on
nt .'imliiii. No l.'i.'Wet Mxtv-fourtli street,
nt.'lihe s.nsl- tl.it.on lot 'JOxlOO, No. 154 Wet
bhiy-!n'irth street
II F. lit"! hi ild to II Trost. Jr.. Tor the
f.i-ele.ia'e. the three-story dwelling No 240
&"t titi econd stre.'t
Jan I'ete A Werner hao sohl the fle-story
tenment. on M '.'"itliH) No Jo ironio street.
Ailolpli lleinllie'iii ha. .old the old bulldinc,
tn Ir.t '" 4xl'". No 4n Knot Twelfth treet.
Urn.. I.e.e Un si id through Hall . I. How A
Co toHncin.l Clark, builders, two lota, on tli
r,erh s.i'1" of 1- id street, 140 leet east of I'ark
venue
M A I. Ffes have resold for IMIner V Wolf
toW 0 Trlest. No ."4 K.at r.leenth street.
tr,d tn Owen Tostello. No 50 East Eleventh
ttroet Tn- buiei- ullliniproxe
It is retorted that the l'urdy estate has sold
throush .1 ( .i.-enee D.ivies tn block front.
2T"xliW. on thi sniith u de of Westchester av
enue, between I'hird and Hereon aeuuos.
liniilnl Trnmfers.
An.r.jm a 10 SSHOi, Frnrkl'cheel
to Rnne l..e n $85,000
Ai B, 1 10 is . I llrt .t. Ill 1UO0. Jiaei
I: i r -s.iii ii an Ht'lnii lieinl'Orer to
imifM hnobliihnml aim . loo
A i.f 'd ; tjtii it S.-..U7T. Sjhcster
I Utrtti Fran. h I o, hniiar.. 18,500
1 H, : ns. ir,f mo. nlUf 1 Weil 'id
Tff ml, mi- peaL'-im . . 10
B-n.dss!, :...,i. . 3.rtims.atfCrehr t
i!rtil ,1 UmryC.irii tn Joseph . I Dnn
'hn, Ir et al . 100
S" i .t. :.. n, jf.xiDii, Itosa Janpole
t.pi-ln h i.r nh'd' 20,000
Bro.mii it, i . .... Norfolk M, 31x."3;
Jo.t,b Mi inert Fthi-r Leiy 1
Cb'trr ft i-i, an.l 4" slid 47 Srammel t,
Hi i; r u. Pun i.s I.uneufelil and no
topitus, h.'r . ., 1
C hmliH ii,i , ;;-, ,. i,,n, m, ihhi
xl'sn". I. Jo-ej-ii Damond to Mmtiel
st.inmt 200
CtnT-nt ii ,'(!i I2nth t, M.ai
H5 S" iii.Ti 11, Mward Ilrowno to
ne.ihljieu 11,800
E'" i;t p., j.' c.i43 d, Lnum (lordon et
It Mt-1. 1...1 imin. 1
i ;it In M en I. m e t. w ., n one half of lot
"''. li'i'l Uilliam O i.ile.. jr.x
;. up ; .terhen (1 illlianietnarunel
J Is kitit-aml I, .eihl'aiT 1
Grin I t. ,', k., iii4c .laekann t. lH.Bf
Jl ii ; "n 1 Mar, Prothers to linens
loienfeld sen am 1
"'' il' -'5 " " 2.''7Ml5i.llx;r..lj
sup Ihrnunn tni haa ACbenelirniitfh 1
"''leiist 1 e, n r .or Pearh et,'..,-10O,
tbansll.rt tn tiank tt lijleuian. 4tl,B0O
berniau i la.'e .... ,i,,3 4 n &. ttit, 1S.-..2X
S-..U5 ,1-ii - Inlin Ih. Hart tn lo.epll l
I'tmin.. 1
Cierniaii i Ur e , ?h ' n ir.i.th t, 12'. 2x
- Tl:'.7'l 7 uma In Man S lufnr 1
beriu.u 1 1, i , i-.k.s 1 uih at. '.T.o.ns
jn.,.,I,,",: :- ' !Ph M Hendlultn tn
Jnnn He llrt 1
,;'.'. " " '' "..r" lot 1 map I'-'H
rrr.iaite.tatela,. Inrkman, runt n
ii. "I. i nth , x n , - in u w 2U1I.V. to
w l-w m H nn )r to Wlu ,W1- j
I 1. an 1 ih map .-11 Int.. pertlon of
J-iiV"n-' ' "'" v"" v " station; Her-
v ! " ."" ""'' " '" '""Pli limni'.iid 600
A i.'fj"- ','2 ! ' -"'"'" ''""J SmiUrd
Mi,, r I"a"1 '' '" I'-sepli l.'i.van.l
U'!u ,V) " ' " ' ' 'llh H. I!7i70.
'"nie M an Iln. k, ii, ref-ree, tn John (J
M?.iifR"n" 24.300
HI,! .""." .." ""1 " '!;"idall ai, ,-.n100;
V , iV . f lI'llT'l'lt .ileati Keja 1,000
JL, i' ' ' "'" stntnn ft 2.'.XIO0.
in?.,1"-"' '"".to Mark I. Aliraliaiua
11 I l.d ja- t rtrt
Ie!".l,1."rr'",n" r11' f""1 '" rios- . " '
I .ii " r,""rr Mmberto nni
f,Z",' ; I.- -.r"""S i-i'-f- ,r'm
au lu A ,. hrai.lt tn Kred. nek Plrk and
mi Ki'TV'f.! " I""1Ino-Knorh "'"I
Ad Jii'iAi. iT ,?""' 'r"'ht. 2.vmno:
iid aiin ""'"e "n to M.rain Mn-lman
,.,, 's"1 "' ' ' ti I. nil. Ilr.indtand
''taV.m ? A''1, ' '""" John Herwlcli
fh-na , ..'' """.". K-10
MrahaiV h " H"1 "' '""'i' Ze,K pi
wnl'i " ",'H " lo' -' ""
t;:" "'" iVi'n"""- "lM"" '' ,
!r''rn.;'in,J"i,le" WlBM
ii. - . '. .', '-V.1 x" hJ " w'r
?K'',,,2,"-',h,,,th"B',r 76,00,
Atin.n',','rn.,i?"l":.,'J. ,hM ' 25xl0'li
S 'rfi.'.- """" " nf Woodlawn road,
Jlrl.l-;r,,,','l MwlllllM. P.
V'j;r:.:,av," "'' ",iih - -s
Wn"lr ft ai aJ'i .'".'?" '" l ""'' M Flrhr 1
avrnV.f ' ;"''. " "ir prnpn.erl
P li w '. ?. '", ""i" K I'niljherlr 1
larnielai'.i "2th at. 2-. .iitum lrreZ,
Mai ,.' !,r"' t nueu Ijiutlno B.BOO
ti Mn.I; s,.1",, ,h ' -"i A,l,' rn!
'h ,t in" r.'"?"" ,n M Wnrtmann 21,000
M. i 4i. '"''Ihliiu. n.i.ln 1
'ntoni?'-,."i,t'-"l: ""-nharil Klin-
Till a" " . i". .'..p"""h""r ".'"OQ.
U ilt.'r ' '",. ap Waken. 1,1, loot
natEl i'. ."" w,"ir t al tn Catlia-
pti '' 'Ii 1211
L'l'anl.';..1.1 V 'tla et, s.liTfi; Max
aj,, "iimfe to .lir (ireenUum and
'"hit. . .. ... ,. 10
Hilr.erai . T4" " '.r.to K.mauuel
blitiit i-".'i-"T . B1.COO
'"'rr. ,lVa!mV ' J; t''aur'" ,: """"
'Otfcat -17 1 1Ail!.nl,7inll 18,000
.r ' ,Uu" Kempnir tn 1 harlea
,M l lin l..u 3,O00
iik, I'" sth a. 2il iloo.4i27i
" ' "in -" 'i.''3"' 1 w "" ai. 27 4X
,No ,n" ' '""I'liffy ti Ixiiila N
. r) i Vn w' '"" "-elaniea fl Wnllaca lo '
64th at. , 1RR w Ilroadwar. S1.4iAR.Ki
1r Amo" B Fno ,0 Mary J lUdwar.. 22,00
iBlh at. 21 K 1h.mxI03.3x Irreei Ouatare Ii
Mnraenthau and wife to llnieila Cnrn . 100
SlataJ, a mn.tl ArO. 34iT.Hi Carulln
Winter! al to Leopold Kanfniann. 1
8IJ;1.tf; ll " Av l'.2ft7.2l25,3xHa.Hi
Oottlieb Hirer to William A Mayer ... 1
Pthat. 12ilV,aMxS7.11 to Apthorpa Ian
iSinxmi 2: Martha CDaildaon to. InhnO
.ojiawe 6R.O0O
O.th at. 1M W, iniioo.ii! xr itftdmonil
riwato LeitPMoiMn loo
10.'d at, 32 w, 20aliiO.Hi Peter Wagner to
lUrryliHmlth. . . 32,000
low at, till E. U..1I1IOO. II. I Old at, 120
U ir,.ijiioo II, Win J Iloaenfeld to l'ercl-
lal J 11 Wlmtaker ... 1
107th at. Hf. E. Iilxino.lli0aild.ll!aand
alio, rerelern, tn Harrla Wemateln, . 100
lOHth at. ntH Ei ml enter I, II Ward,
referee, tn F.llr ItJolimton 6,000
HMhat. 111 r,2'. w Ienox av, 25i100.ll:
Aiurustua lliuid, mferee, tn Maria Wnnrt B.ROO
llthM,ae cor Valna-toii a, a&xlon.ll:
Wm Mntir and anotn Peter Doelner . . 100
llxth at, 11 a, Sii-.. a Pleaaaut a v. 20.!ix
I no. n , Joaeph Ilaasell to F.m ma Btronezer 1
HSthat, na, 2a.r, wad av, 2AXUXI 11; John
Callahan to Leopold Hntter 9,550
listhat. 2V. 2r.1liMi.ll1 Dora hcheer to
Plncna Ienfeld and ano 1
HHih at, 4 and n E, 50x100.11: Julia
Helarhman tn Herman t linger and wife. 1
12Mthal,aa.2t0n lnox av, 25x0(1.11; 27th
at, 11 a. 150 w 2d av, 2rm.-Ui: 2Sth at. n a,
4I.R adar, 25iHS.9j Corwln I like 10
Win D M Jordan 1
12Hth at, 8H an,140 W, r.oinn.H; Joseph J
sehrelnerto Henrrlirj 100
lBStli at, n e ror ltailroad av. 24xl00x54.Hx
nh r; Hliiiamund II Wortmanu to Stephen
II Jarkaou . 1
14Mth at, a e ror nradhurrt av, 50iip.tl;
Percival J II Whlttakor tn William J.
Koaenfeld., 1
lr.nth at.ee cor Civile! well av, widened 281
100; Leopold Jouaa i Arthur Ooracb.... 0,000
Itecortled Lenses.
Ornnd at, 7i; Anelainn Hetta and ano to
John FDempier. 11-12 yrii. ,$l,S0O $2,000
Madlaon av, n w ror 48d at. 3.5x05; Eliza
beth T Kenedy to N Y Exchange for
Wnmf n'a Work, 1 yr 7,000
Hntt av, t w ror: 144th at; Carl J Dreldbach
toChaa M Uoaenhaum, n ira 900
Ulilire at, kh; Sender Jarniulowsky to Chaca
KShumer, lOyra. 1,075
4th av. 474 and 471, Wm Urandea to Oeo
SchaiTrr, .1 yra 1,4K
7th av, 2118. a w cor 130th at. Theresa
Ooldsmilh to Julliia nnelly, Br, k Son. n
ira It.ooo l.joo
9th at, a a. 373 w Uroadwav. 25xe3.il;
ti uateea nf Hnug Harbor to Ludwlg Henn,
21 vra P50
32d at, 50t E; Wm Urandea to Oeorga'
Sehaffer. 4 vra 700
11 nth n, 844 E, Frank Caporino and ano to
OlineppePihiwl.nyr ... 300
134th at, 3 E Jnliua Hoienfeld tn DiTltl
Klein and ano, 3 1-13 yra 1,(100
Recorded 9IortaTiiaTs.
Alexander av, 84S to 373; Charlea O Kramer
to George F.hret, aaloon lease, demand $S,000
Amaterdam a, w a, 75 5 atloth st; Rosalia
lVew to Meiander 1 Inini; and ano, true
tea, Aic, 5 y ra 22,000
Av A. ea. 50.7 a 74th at; Francis J Schnuen
tnOeo J Soharab'TKer. ajra .. 14,000
AvB, 2R4: litlia Oppenhelmer to Samuel
Well, Inalalla 3,000
Boston Post Koad, w a, adl lot 149, map of
Morrtaanla. extenda tn Fordham, now 3d
ave. Zenatde D Schullenberg to Oeortte
Mark, ljr 2.S0O
Broome et. 22; Diedrich Oronholz to Aaron
M Janp.de and ano. 1 yr 1,000
Cherry st. 384, and sanimrl at, 45 and 47;
Doia. Schcer to Plncus Lowenfeld and ano,
1 yr . 8,000
Con van t av, w.r.4.2 nl2fth at. JaeobLaw
aon to St Andren'a Roclety State of X Y: 3
yra .. S.500
Ut'tam-ey at, 11 a, e4 in w Illdee at: Inila
llrmnn tn Nam y L 'herwood et al, 5 vra . 35,000
East Uroadwav. 112. Joa"ph and Ida Oold
man to Charlotte and Louis Llllanthal
and ano, exra. e. r. yrs . 30,000
Essex t, oi. Mnnl (ioldman to Louis
Gordon and other).. Installs, 8,750
harae prnn; aani to same. 5 yra 2. 000
Oreenwleh at. 3iil. Frank W Djkeman to N
V Life Ins Co. 2 yrs 40,000
Houston st, 440 tn 444 1.: Abraham and
Jennie Xtone et al to Henry Meier, de
mand . . 5,000
Nnrfotk at, 154, Mark I, Abrahams and
Meier Jacobs tn Henrietta I.lppmann,
5 i r 25,000
l'ark ai 574, a w cor flad st, .Iam a llrannan
In an A'encn for the Relief of Reipei labia
Ailed Indiitent Females in cite nf SI,
a ra sn.ooo
Fame prop same tnMarv M Stewart, Iran 7,000
Scammelst, n a. I1H ortrnieav; Frederick
and ('hull's Diamond Pirk lo Mm lin A
sichmidt. lyr 2,500
St Ann's av. n w ror 15"th at: Abram Abe!,
man and Kate Roeenbautu to Max Kobre,
1 month 2.000
Ft Ann'a av. n w ror 182d at; John F. Doj la
tn Enoch C Bell. S inns . 7,Br0
Thnmpsnn at, 174: Iinra Harris and -luliua
Sdomon f Orvllle Ii Campbell, demand 13,500
Tlnten. now Wales, av. see 125 a 150th st;
Matrjie Nnulett tn Ma M Murphv, lur 3,500
Water st. Vns. 107 and 100; Henry Corn tn
Ernest Ehrmann. 3 yrs 40,000
Wnnflv Crest av w , 151 2 n 14th st Fan
nieM H.chertnjneephll -Tones, installs . 600
7lh av, n wcor 121'tli st. Caliary Methndtst
Episeopal Church tn Mutual Life Ins Co,
r. i ra 70.000
sth av. w a. 24.11 n 114th at.Isldorand
Max Oreenbmum to Max Lew, Install . 4.500
Rlh st. i.k, 1 5.1.3 e AvC: Iopnld Katifmann
to Jonaa Weil and ano, demand 16.000
8th ai, n w rnr 14Sth et Oenrce Bmwn to
Herbert W Tucker, secures loans 2,86
Kith av, 2i. Rosalie Loew tn Frederick O
Rchllle. r, ra P.000
Rth at, a a. U.S. 3 e Av C Leopold Kaufman
tu John M llowrrs. et al, true. Ac, 1 yr 10,000
9th at. as, 27.1 w Broadway: LudwlcRenn
tntheniinieter. Ac. of Herman Evangeli
cal Reformed Church In Suffolk at, lease
hold, 1 vr . 13.000
Jlth si, s a 202 10 e I'llliersity place;
Emanuel Heitner and Moses J Wolf to
Frtdk 1, Burrcll and ano. exrs, 3 vra 41,000
lth st, ipj W. I arrie and Annie Smith to
Frances E Rntter. 1 yr 10,000
17th at, a s, 20 w Tnlon sj. West: Thomas
McKeone. to Wm W Vaiiuhan et al, de
mand . 15.000
82d st. 4'.1 V; John Fulton tn the Franklin
haiinia Bank, ." yrs. 11,500
32rt at. 11 a. 240 e 2d nv; James Conway tn
the J. V Savings Hank. 5 yia .. 18.000
.T4th at. as, 144.(1 sth av. Mary B Fetter
tn North River Savlnss Bank. 1 yr 7.000
37th st. l a. 1 25 w teh av, W illiam Sauter to
OeoikteEhret 1 yr 3,300
40th st, 217 E: Charlea Meier to Cordelia
Friedman. 3 1 rs 2A.O00
7th at. No 21 E, Rnella Cnrn to Ernst
Ehrmann 4 ms 85 000
3d st, s, 173 e AvB, Wm A Mayer to Gott
lieb Mayer, ft vra 1,000
92d at, a e cnr( oliimbus ai: Oeo W Thym
tn the X V -vcurltr A Trust Cn, 5 yrs. 125,000
102d st. nnW. Ida Keck tn Title Ciuaranten
and Trust Co 3 yrs 17,000
10thst m, looeltlveraideDriie. William
Van W Orahani tn German- Mneriean Real
Estite 1 tile Guarantee tv. demand . . 10,000
Jir.thst.344 E, ultiaepp Paluzzn tn Jacob
Runperf. demand . fl.ooo
llOthat, na, 470 5th av: Henry Leainaky
tn Kn'.i Vi riKioker Trust Co, 5 vr 60,000
listh st, n a, 3HS. ii e Pleasant av; Fmma
Strouezerto loaeph Ilaasell. 3 vra. 8,500
llHth at. 75 W. Arnold Chlf.Mer to Ma
tilda and Simon It Well and ano, exr. Ac,
-. rs ... 10,000
125th st, u a. 100 w msterdam ai , Paniel
1 arrell to Wm II Wilder, ct al, tnia. Ate,
5 yra 22,000
ll'6th at, n s. 150 w Amsterdam ai same
tn Thomas n Meaelncer. exra. Ac. 3 yrs. 22,000
l.'.e.th t, a o eor Cauldwe ai, widened;
Arthur Onrach to l,enimli.lonas, I vr 18,000
l.'.Mth et, a e eor cauldw.ll av. wl.lened;
Arthur Gorsch to Leopold -fnnaa, I . r 7,000
174th st. 11 wrnr I Ithav; Martha ALinch
in Hamiltnn Bank of Sew York, demand, 15,000
lS7th st, n, 275 etlth ai, 25xIHp.ii to
issthat. Frit Mendel tn I'ninn Building
Loan and Sai inca Aan, in.talls 2.000
Asalgnnienla of Mortgncel.
Bergman. Robert II, tn Lena Stark $504
Burns. Patrick F.tn John Uenrich 2.827
tadwalader John L. trustee, to Herbert (1
STiuers, t'dll. Ato 25,760
Catialieiij. Cath I, cenl ttdn, Ae, to Benin
W Bllrnwn.ginlgdn. Ac U part. . nom
Same tn Cith I Catuherrv. genl irdn. l part nnm
Cnhen L-wla. tn Kleienth Ward Bank 1,500
Cornell, Agnes, exrtx, e, to E Holloway
Cne. trustee 10.1S7
Outhaner, Ilertha. to Siegfned Winner nom
Lei Joseph C, trustee, to Carrie and Annie
Smith .. nom
Lnwenfcld, P.neu. and William Trager to
the state lla-ik . . ..... nom
Talarlim, Carmela, to Angela Laurlno, H
part 2,000
Smith. 1 arrie and Annie, to Joaeph C Leil,
trustee . .,400
Strong, Charles r, and ano, tnntaea, to
John I. C.ulwalader nom
Title Guar ai d'lriiat Co to Newlmrs Bavgs
lUnk. 214Thnmpsm at .. . . s.ooo
Same tn poughke pale P n IngaB ink .. 87,000
Van Ivlisen, Chas II, and ano, to Patrick B
MeEnt re .... nom
Wick, Jacob, Jr, to Barbara Wick nom
Meehnnles' Liens.
Attorney at, 3fl. Nathan Ilutkoff la Wm II
siern . . $110 00
Maple ai,a eor 1st t, .Viiloo, Williams-
brl Ige, G V Lawrence is Maria R Llsantt 619 79
S4th at, 154 tn HI2 E, Jasper I) sage la
smith A J II F dsom 60 00
85th st, 22K-230 E. Mm Grier la Union
African M E Church at al . . 75 00
104 ih et, B2 to14M, M K Graham va Mill
lam R Bell. Jr. trus . l.POO 00
104th st. 5 to eo M . same is same 1.20O 00
l'Mth at, 5A to en M', Bmtnn (lllddonia
Mmltllell.-lr ... , - 1"
110'h st, 15H E Samuel hlelu is Henry
Mnrriaetal . . a 75
112th at, n tn 17 TV, Charlea A Schneemann
is Esther A Wheaton and ano . 200 00
117th et, H2tonnE, Jamea Onlder vsSle-
lens A Green . .. . 381 60
I4xh al. 4S2 E, Hernlurd kann is .1 J
Lyons 0 0
lr.Jdat, 11 a 75 w M'ales ai, 75il'0, Charlea
Kfigera va Robort Little 488 00
nana Flint for N'evf llalldlnca.
Av C and Stb st, u w eor; six atory fiat and
atorea St John Ilaptlat Foundation, own-
er. A Elui Is, architect, cost . . $28,000
Carmine si, 13.1. alx-etory atore and work
shops. L riemel, omier, M 1 m lis, arthl
tact coat . ... 15,000
Jefleraon and Henr als, n e cor. Improie
nientatnteuement. Ida Buriutilii.uwner,
M J hiuailhnuse. archllect. 1 st 1 .500
Lesls at, HH-no, slx-slory flat and it.ires,
I, K tiMlel.Mleoii, owners, Uoreiibureer tc
straub, architects: rest 45,ooo
l'rospnct av, w a. B7lin Tnrozif a Neik load,
two itory dwelling; Martin Iorton,owner,
Jamea VCol. ar-bttect. cost .. . 900
3d ai, Ullj IniproveiucnU to dwelling: u
Bmnner. owners C H Pahlhauser, archi
tect; oat 1,000
8th av, 688; tmprotements to bachelor
apartment: I'nlon Trust Co, owners, .III
Snook A-Son, architects; roil . . 23,600
8th av, 33, 25, 27i Imprniement to church,
and store, t'nlnn Reformed Church, own
er, J S Maher, archltei t. enst . 1,000
8th av, 4110. Iniprnvernenta tn tenement and
atnrea, J II Ballentlne, owner) I'alllserAi
Co arehltecta; cost . 6,160
12lh at. ; IR E, Imprmeiuenta 1 1 aliops; (1
(julntard, owner, N 1' Palmir, arihl
tect, enst . . 2,800
17th at, S2 E. Impnivementa to dwelling;
Sarah She) r. owner; Ernest Lowenbeln,
architect, cnit ... .. 8,000
53d st, 34H; Imprnvemeiita to atahle: J X A
Orlswold, owner; A. Weatoier, archlteot;
coat ... .. 1,000
72dat 127E.and 73d at. 134 E. Impr-ive-nienta
to dwellings, Anna Lyons and Fe
liclteClarke.nwnara.SBOgden, architect;
enst , . ... 3,000
113th at, a a, 125 Lannx avt five five-
atnry flata, Henry Acktr, owner; Charles
Stegmayer, architect: cost 98,000
116th at, n a, 345 e Pleasant av; a storage
house, StaiidardGaaLUhtCnmpauy; coat, 18,000
Foreclosure Nulla.
Cherry at. 142; Blgfried Wlttner xa Albert ETark
and ano, ally, L S Jailer.
St Xlchnlaa av, 802 to 022; John Rlealnger ra John
Connors et al iforeclos lieu); attya, Zeller A: M,
8J at, 60 and 62 W: Edward Oppenhelmer is Fran
cea A Hpsuldinc et al: atty, J II V Arnold,
28th at, sa, 175 wStbai, 25HIR.9. Louise M Wood
ts Ellz 0 Jones, exrx Ac. attv, M E Havlland.
138th et, n a, 270 w Boulevard, ir.iPii.ll: Agnea
Patterson ra Ira I. Wllllta et al; atty, E E Coofev.
163d at, n a. 76 w Wale av, 75xmo; Charlea Ez
Cera vs Robert Little Iforeclos lien); atty, II J Kelly,
lillst at, ns, 20H.10 o Boulevard, 18iUU.ll; IHlat
at. na, 24rt.li Boulevard, 18iliu.ll: mist at, n a,
283. e nouloiard.72iliH.lt; X Y Life Ina Co va
William Broadbclt et al; atty, E E McCall.
1.1a l'vndeni.
Walnut at, a cor Morris a, 10x48.3xlrreg; Wm B
Es ing va John W Coach et al Ito declare, daeda void,
Ac), attya, Reevea. T A: S.
S'.tli at, a a. 117.8 w stb av, x : Manhattan
v. ws, 7S5 a 121at at, 16x80. Ninth Ntl Bank va
Charlotte Ltlienthal etal (to set aside deelai, attya,
Rollins A R,
1 13th at, n . 2H3 w At A, 25x100.10: Vinrenza de
llra-e la Henry Hartfleld et al (to cancel mortgage);
atty, AJOIshel.
16Bth at. as, lfOe Western Boulevard, 26x200 to
16Mb stx26: Marcus Nathan la Ellen McLaughlin
(specific performance); atty, Lhllarx.
tfity atlrnt ii:jta.r.
DWKLlilXr.S.
18 Bedfordst , three-itoo' h. a briels $600
344 West lPlh at., three-story h. s. brick 1,000
425 W est Huh st,, three-tnrv E, b, brick . . , 7eo
334 West 20th St., three-story h. a. brick 1,200
347 M'est 2 1 stat., 3h story b. s. brick 1,000
82 Weat 22.1 at., four-story E. b, brlok t,200
4tl3 West 22d at., four-story V. b. brick 1,000
4rtli Wet 22d at., four-atory E. b. stone l.onO
477 West 22d at., throo-atnry 11. s. brick 1,0011
422 West 23d at,, four-story h a. stone 2,00(1
4H7 Weat 23d at., four atory h. s. briik . . 1.4O0
82rt Weal 25th at., three-story h. a. hrlcX . .. non
2u East a.id st.. four-story li. a. stone , . 8,nn0
125 Fat r.'2dat three-atnrr h. a brick ... 76n
130 East 12Jd at., three story h. h, brick ,,,, 750
. K. .IAYNK fc CO.,
25 4 WIST 2311 8T.
TELEPHONE. 432-lwTH BT.
20 EAST 33d ST.
Four-story high-stoop atone dwelling.
S. F. JAYNE & CO.,
Telephone 482-18th St. 254 Weat 2M gt.
Iltat (f,otatr.
J.7. I'Elt 1TEEK llUYS-coverlng toUl coat
of carrilng principal and iulercat A MOUEIIN
MOIIKI. I)KT.('lli:i) CITY HOL'.SK. Ideal,
retlneil neighborhood. All comenlencea. Only 35
minutea fiom Manhattan. 35tb at. and Bmidway.
IIIIOI US A rOM'AI. i'AHI), and we will t.'ll
3011 all about them. Alai how oiery man of moder-
enrn?fhroin,rbof 5 - "' ""
hu own home. Vl - -- Manhattan.
City itfnl Estate.
Borough of 3In nliii t tit it For Sale.
ATTRACTIVE COTTAGES, 8 rooms, all Impta.,
Woodlawn Heiahts.N. V cltv.retits.18.
IRVING. :ir. Madlaon av.
A GREAT BARCAIN.
Well-located 18 foot Americin liasement house:
.ready for occupancy; price, $21,000,
JAMES It. HAYjJl Broadway.
For Sale. Bargain. Business.
Private stable, 145 East 67th at., 25x100 6; can be
Immediately Ituproied for business pur; oses.
JAMES R. HAT. 71 Broadway.
Borough of Brooklyn Solo or Kent.
SUBSTANTIAL, ARTISTIC .
HOUSES,
brick nrt nton; vrrj iranrovflment and Inxurr:
dtllehtful, rfhtrlctnl neiihborhoml; nf Ar Pronpert
rarlv. an inlnutii from Tark nw by KUtbur-h a.
rar;$7tnontn$ti,noo, n4-iul for rlrruWr. HFNItV
W. SIIKRHI.L, ranairereutoof John I'fieiti, 13
Wllluiicliby t., i.oir Fulton.
Lm HAIaE-3 HOUSES ON HKIIRIMKR ST.. re--TtlurcJ
from $7,600 to Jfl.VJO, mut bcsoM; thre
atorv and basement, tin rof Hnl concreted cellar;
brick huen, Ktonn trimming ainl otoon; IR rooms
and I&cIomU. decorated throuchoilt; fn tlrAt'Clana
nrdT. lHx4.'ixlcr feet, detiablH location; within
twenty-two minuter nf City Hall. V York, by Klnj,'
County L from Uttcaav. Keyu and information at
H34 Herkimer t.
Uoruugh of Queens Sale or Rent,
IMPROVKD HOUSKSf
Vest location, eaay terms payment bandv trnllrt,
railroad, school, churches, refined, healthful sur
ronndinca S22no to $5,4.00. FaLKINBL'IUI. build
er, oppoaitft Murray H1U atatlon. Flnahtntf.
Borough of Richmond Sal or Rent.
aboutUo acres
IN ONE Or TI1E MOST
DISIRAllI.E L0CTI0S8 OS
ST A TEN ISLAND.
HIOII ELEVATION: BUITA11LE FOR HUILDIM1
LOTS. ON- TUE LINE OF TWO TROLLEY ROADS.
ItEASONABLiK PRICK AXD S17ITA-
lll.K TKUMS to QUICK 1UKCIIAKK.
For partirnlars addreas O. E. r.c box 140 Bun up
town oftice, l'JH.1 Droadway.
Wfstrliester County Sale or Kent.
FINE COI'NTRY RESIDENCE for aale; Yonkera;
modern Inipro.enients. ttn rtoms, areenhouse;
ahade trees cold frames; 7r. tu front, lf,0 ft. ileep;
Hie minutea from two railroad stations: prlc.
J.10,000. Call or addresa J. H. COPCUTT.
15 Marbution av.. Yonkera, N. Y.
Jllvclliinpous -Sale or Kent.
FOIl SAI.r. AT A 1IAIWAIN
in central Connertleut, a nearly new flrat-elaa. 14
room honae; all modern eonTenlenees, finely lo
patd: lan:n irronnds eonienirnt In churchea,
scbools, airam and trolley ears, low figure, tocaab
bnier I'HOTOS. hm 10.". Ixiiik' Hill, Conn.
w Jersey Salo or Itent.
BEST LAND IN JERSEY.
AdloinlngEnslewood In ihs
. FaliBadea realdeneedlatiHct.
TrtilaaPI If A cholrenf building lota for
I -"(Mil- I I rale, east or weat of atatlon,
I Lllfll Ea I Houses and Imprniementa'
all around Ilnnaea for aale.
METHKRDY.I71Il'way.
"LXIR BLE or rent.at East Orange, N. J . near Erie
a R, R., 10-roozn house, modern iinproiementa:
prire 4,:00. Addreaa J. E. WINCHELL. Florence,
Mass.
HU'Clllttfj IfJUlSflS to "git.
HorouRh of Manhattan.
llnfurnlahed.
$75 PER MONTHNEW 4-STORY
AMKUIPAN HASI:MENT UWKLXINfiB.
ns. f.3fl and 8h Meat unth Street in rooms, J
bathrooms, WARREN A- hKILLIN. I'6 R'way.
New Jersey.
TORRENT NUTLEY, N.J.
45 MINUTES VIA ERIE RAILHOD.
PeTeralTeryattractlya houaea; well-shaded lawns;
golf and Held clubs: excellent wheeling; rent faoo
to InOO; alables. Illustrated circular.
JAME3 It. U. 71 Broadway.
FOR RENT. NUTLEY, N. J. MINUTES.
Refined, attractive, home of II rooma; parlor,
library, dining room, hutler'a pantry, kitchen, and
laundry on first floor, Cabot alained aliingle honai;
five miniil. a' walk of station; golf and field clubs,
excellent wheeling; rent tr.uo. Ilustrated circular,
JAMES It. II Y, 71 Droadway.
NITI.F.V, NEW .lEItsEV.
FOR RENT, I'I'ItNIhllKD, for summer or lonper,
larc. stone bouse, lit room., new plumbing; atabls;
shaded lawn, k minutes from Null- station, Erie
It, It., golf; good itliscling rnnt moderate. Address
Mra. K W. CONDUIT, Nulley, N. J.
io Cct for gupincjiis urpojjw.
CLASOH BUILDING, 23 DUANE ST.
Ofilcis, atorrs, Apply to Engineer,
3 FLOORS S0i7u and 2 floor. 2ui4(i. togetheror
nrparate, with 01 nlthont powrr, comenuut to
New ork and all shipping points.
11 IULL.lNi E A SON,
i n:t M4 llallaluim ,t , Hrookln,
A "i factories, i arehoiiMHi and mills, with power,
V. lo let. P. WL1IAYNES. arf.'. ilroadway.
' .X niiOAHWAY - One line fronts alsogood'rear
wU ofllci) at very ruoderat. rent. Apply to Jaultur.
Ko gtt for Qufiintfifi gurpoyicjf.
Desirable offices to rent, single and en suite, at
moderate renta, elevator, .team heat, and Janitor
eenlce. Can tie .ecu ou application to janitor on
rremlsea.
latfi una japrtmentri Zn g;ct tnfur
ui.ohrtT. Weat Side-Above Uth St.
nTIl ST., fi08-.H0 WEST.-Elegant -r, room flla
aSO all light; bath.
prtmrtji Wnutdl.
AYOUNO gentleman wants permanently a fur
nished or unf urulahed room; no boarding house;
mention tertne; reference., Box 110 Bun umce-
APARTMENTS, bachelor apartments, apartment
hotels, board, rooms; only hlgh-claaa accommo
dations whrre raferrncea exchanged! everything In
apectedt have accurate descriptions, MANHATTAN
APARTMENT COMPANY, 1 111.1 Droadway.
METROPOLITAN AGENCY. Aetor Court. IB West
34tb at. We have a carefully .elected list nf
rooma, aingle and en aulte; houaekeeping and bach
elor apartments.
i-:u.t Side.
MADISON AV., R7. Large and small rooma,
handaomely furnished; .uperior table board;
transle ni. desired.
MADISON AV 16.1-1RB. A few very dealrabl.
ruoma en aulte or .lugle; excellent table and at
tendance. 2TTHTbT.. lin EAST (near Madison Square).
' Handsome large and email rooms; delightful
table board; reasonable.
OOTH'ST.. 1-3 EAST Ilandaom. aulte, aecond
-0 floor; also aquare room, table flrat clasa.
&.ITH 8T"24'e"A8T. Large aunnj-roomTwlth
J: dressing room and hall room; good board;
reasonable; reference,
West Side.
I.tTH ST., 3s WEST. Handsome large front
1 rooms, flrat floor, with or without connecting
hall room, excellent table
17THST.. -., 37, 3H WEST. Handsomely tu7-
nlshcd large and nniall aunny rooms; with ex
cellent table.
Ol 8T""rT.", as WEST.-nandsomely furnished
' double room, suitable for two, anpenor table;
aelect neighborhood; central location.
9JD ST., 321 WEST. Steam heat; email and larg-a-1-1
rooms; board optional; private baths; doctor,
office; reference..
2QD ST., 4S0 WEST. Trge, aunnr hall room with
O board: very conienlent locatlnni reference!.
KU'III ST., 3110 WEST. :omfortal)le aleam-heated,
0 .try room, with board, $25 per month; inquire
elevator boy.
87TIIST, 177 WEST. Handsome rooms for gen-
tlrmeu, superior table and attendance; terms
moderate.
(furuifihrii Hoora.tf & partuitntjj to rt
East Side.
BROADWAY AND 20TH ST.. Manor Ttoiua. Elft
gantly furnished tooiua. aultea with private
baths BlliBleriK)nia,TRAIKTACCOSlMO
UATKDi eleiator.
0 (Til ST., 10 IUST. Prliate family will rent
i one or two looma to gentlemen; choice ap
pointments, ) (Til "ST., 134 EAST Large doubI."room, 4;
-" qufrt neighborhood; central location; aingle
room. -
97Tn ST.. 3 EAST -Elegantly furnished large
back parlor, piiiatebath; small room, break
fast optional.
OQTH ST.. 12E..ST. PleaaantTcomfortable rooms;
'J breakfast If desired; c.utral location; refer
enceginn.ind required.
West Mile.
AT 3Tnlversity place, oppo.lte Wasblnton Square.
Elegant furnished rooms, all convenience.; au
perlor houi; gentlemen only.
1ARK"aV.. 1020, comer Slth.rarior. doctor, den"
tlst; other charming, sunny, homelike, reason
able rooms, reference, priiate hotii-e.
.TII AY., IrM. Kurnishf d unfnrntslied suites, $2.ri
'O to $40 monthly; single rooma, $14, atudioa; go,.d
light. .
IOTH ST., 40 WEST. One aunnr, large room and
- aingle room, gentlemen only; good aervlce;
re ferencea.
1 lTrwr7. lftoWIT7-A.malF.iirnlahed room; all
1 i convenieucea, gmtlamen prefrr.d.
9"1ST ST130" 'WEBT.-Nicalr furnished double
L rooma, en aulte, auitable for two orfourg.n
til men.
QOTHST.." 11 WEST. Large and small Tiand
il'J aomely furnished liglit rooma, hathi hot and
cold running watr. convenient to all tars; term,
moderate, gentlemen only.
Q9D ST.. r.7 WEST.-Handeoraelr Turnlahed fronl
Oi room; breakfast optional; references.
(f urni.shfil 3om. to rt roohhm.
PINErPLE ST.. H3, Helghta. near hridg-.-rieaa.
ant moms; eiery conveuieuce; sanitary plumb
ing; rt'ftrencea.
SJl'fi WEEKLY-Sall bedroom, with gas and
... -.J1 usi' of bath, in private houae, 211 Mon
roe st., near Nostrand ai., Brooklyn.
I ,
go. (L)ffict gtoticc.
pOST OFFICE NOnCE.
(Should be rradDAlLY by all interested aachangea
may occur at any tuuu.)
loreign mail, for the week, ending April 1, 18w!,
will close (PROMPTLY in all c.es) at thn General
Post Office asfollow.: PARCELS POT MlILS close
one hour earlier than closim. time shown below.
TR4.NKATLANTK1 MAILS.
ATI'RDY. At o A. M. for EUROPE per steamahip
Umbria". ila gueinstown ilcttini for France,
hwit7erlnil, Italy, Kpaln, Portugal, lurkey,
I-;pt and Dritiab India must 1m illrected "per
Umbria 'i; at 7 A. M. for rRAKCE. SWITZEIt
L.NI). I1ALY, SPAIN. POlUUdAL. TURKEY,
IViXin'aiiillHtrrislIINliI ., per ate.mililp I
Normandie", ita Havre (letters for other parte of
EuroiH) must be directed "per La Normandle");
at k A. M. for NETHERLANDS direct, per steam
ship Rotterdam, i la Rotterdam (letters must be
directed per "Rotterdam" u at u A. M for I r AI.Y.
ptr steamship Ema, i la Naples (letter, must ill
rected "per Eras"i; at 1 1 A M.forNORW.Y di
rect, per eteamshlp Thingialla (letters must be
directed per Thingialla' ).
PRINTED MATTER, fcc.-Ocrman stesmer. sail
ing on luo-daya lake Printed Matter, Ae for
(iennany, and Sueclally Addrcastd I'rint.d Mat
ter, Ac, for other part, of Europe, American
and White Star ateaniera on Wedne.dava, German
ateaniere on Thuradavs. and Cunard. French aud
German steamer, on Saturdaya take Printed Mat
ter, A'c, for all countrlea for which they ar. ad
vertised to carry mail.
After the clislng of the Supplementary Transatlan
tic Malta namedalKiie.adilitionalauppIemeulary
malls are opened on th1 piers of the Americuu,
Fngliah. French and German steamers. And re
main open until It li in Tcu Minutea of the hour
of Balling of atoatuen
MAILS TOR .OI'TII AND CKNTRL AMERICA,
MV-ITINDIES. a,
BATURI)Y.-At A. M.forllhRSIUDA. per eteamshlp
Trinidad, at ID A. M. for LA PLAT. LOIN
IHIrH direct, per ateam.hlp Bollena at lo A.
M. isuiiplementary 10. an .. M.i for .OltTUNK
IhL.ND, JAMAICi, SYNIL1A, CAItriU
GEN .nd GREY. OWN, per steamship Alen.
(. Iters for eosta Rica must be directed Mer
Alene"i, at 11 A. M. tor CUBA, per eteamahlp
heneca. ila naiana (letters muat be directed
"per Seneca"' at 1 1 A. M. (supplementary 1 1 30
A M. for VF-H'-I-ELA and CURACAO, also
HA VANILLA and CARTIIAOENA, i la Curacao per
eteamahlp lllldur. t 12 M. for ST. KM IS,
GUADAI.OIPE. MARTINIQUE, and HEME
RAR1, persleamshlpTallnmaii at IP. M. (sup
plementary 1.30 P. M.) for NASSAU. SANTIAGO
and MAN -NILLO.per steamship Saratoga! al
1 P. M. for NUEVITAS, OIBARA and BAB A
COA, per steatusbip ElU.
Mails for Newfoundland, bv rail to North Sydney,
and thence be sti amer, cloaeat this oflice daily
at h 30 P. M. (connecting closo here every
Monday, Wtdnesday and Saturday.) Mails for
Miqui Ion, by rail to Huston, and thence by
learner, rloan at this oflico dally at Bi-tii P. M.
Malla forC'uba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla., .nd
ttlenro bv ateamer, close at title office dally
texiept Mondi at 87 A M., connecting clo.e.
here ei cry Sunday, Wednesday uid Friday.
Malla for Cuba, b) tail to.Miama, Fla and thence
by steamer, close t this office eiery Monday,
liienilay niidSatnnlay at 12.30 A. M connecilng
cloi.es hcreeiery Tuesdav and Saturday Malla
for Mexico City, oierland. unls.ri .pecially ad
ilrc.ed for de.patch by st.amcr, i L'.a al tbt.
office daily at ..miA.M and 2:.1P M flteg
i.trred mall closes at rt P. M. preiloua day.
1 Registered mail closea at tl P. M second day
before.
TRANSPACIFIC MULS.
Mails for China, .aiian and Hawaii, per ateamahip
Nippon Maru (from Han Franclaeoi, close nere
daily up to April it.atfl.iuiP. M, Malls for Hawaii,
per steamship Aiietralla (from Han Francit.o),
clore here dailj up to April 27, at HiKi P. M,
Mails fur Chlnaami Japan, per ateamshlpOlenogln
tfrom 'I acoina), close here dally up tn April 1 7, at
11.30 P. M, Malla for China and Japan, per steam
ship Yamagnchl Maru (from Seattle), close here
dallr up to March Ro, at u.su P.M. Malla for
Australia (except West Australia), Niw Zea
land, Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per steam
ship Warrimoo ifiotn Vancouier), clean her.
daily after March lis and up to Mann miatit:30
P. M Mall for China and Japan, per steamship
Empressof Japan (from Vancouien, close hero
dally up tn April 111) at H .' P, M. Malls for
Australia (exiept those for West .Mistr-lln whb li
are forwarded ila Europe i, Nf v, calami, Hawaii,
FIJI, and Hamoan Islands, per nteamslitp Mari
iie.a ifrom Han Franci.ioi, lo.e here dally after
March 130 up tn 0 in P, M. on day of arrival nf
atf aniahlp Campania, which wilt probably arrive
April lf Mall, for the Society Inlands, per
ship City of papetii (rrnm Han Francisco;, close
hern dally up tn April 24 at rt: 10 P. M.
Transpai trie malla ate forwaid. d to port of sailing
dally, and the scheduloof closing is arranged on the
presumption of their uninterrupted oierland trim
alt. IIIcglBtertd mail cln.es at it 1'. M, prcttou. day,
C iRNEI.IUS VN COTT Postmaster,
roit Office. New .orV, N. Y . March 31, ixii.i,
i'ntnit.-.
TATENT forlnientiniis procured pr miplly, low
rat. a ROEIIEK A UltlEHhN, 82 Nassau at., N, Y.
Eatabliihul lb4.
HARLEM THB SUN,
110 WEST -5TII ST.,
BRANCHi EAiiLraoxAT-
1 1
M&LSEELY'StOOKIN SCHOOL,"
3.13 (1T1I AV.
Ii Your rtn.
needa lnatrutlon In the
Art ol Conhlnc,
Call her attention to thla opportunity.
. TniB COI'FON ENTITLFjs A WEL1.IIF.COM-
MENDED SERVANT TO ONE FREE LESSON.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERR.-Wanted, rote maker.,
piquet makers nd learners.
ZUCKER - JO-EJHY. 71S-717 Broadway.
T ALTMANC0..1Slht., lPth.t. and
' Mth av.. require at once a number of
experienced waist and skirt hands (or
their altel.tlon workroom, those accna
tomed to line work and proving aatlsfao
tory can secure ateadv employment. Ap
ply at Hi j IMth at, (eitiplo) eea') entrance
before U:80 A. M.
BLANK BOOK PAOF.R, McAdima machine: slat.
partlculiH. A. I). C, box 171 Banofflfe.
100KF0LDKRS.-Experlenced glrla wanted. OEO.
-aJ McKlBHlN, 241 Canal St.. corner Centre t.
LACK OrKHATOHSl WIX-COX -(1IHI1S;
ON SVITS. ,
WIfiHTJIAX CO.,ClV.,AyEni,KY TI.At'K.
NUMHERER on Campbell machine; state particif
lara. Addresa H., box 142 sun oftlie.
"IAPER DOYES. Experienced glrla on glue and
-a paate work; also small girls to learn; paid while
learning. The Qerbereux-Flynn Co., flu Wooateret.
gjomti-iic tri'imtfj .nnfril.
pHAMBERMTBSrcOoks? $20 to $0, UundnueV
V lOwattri aes, r Utcheiimanl., houseworkers, 80
cooka who waah and iron, laundreaaea who docham
berwork, German and French ladlea' malda, 20
nurses, nursery soierneaa, first-class butlers, aecond
and third men, useful men, gardeners and groom.,
eriant. in all capacities wanted at once.
Mr.. L. SICKLY. Btt Weat 22d st.
Servants' entrance, 3&2 tlth av,; telephone call,
lSIl-lSthat.
COOK and laundreaa; wages $20: also competent
chambermaid and altrta., wagta Six; for a
email tamlly living one hour from New York: refer
ences required; lira. L. SEELY, 352tli av.
f" 10MI'EENTlionaawo.kerfwagea$18; fora.m&ii
' family living at Tarrjtnwn, N. Y.i one who thor
oughly underetanda good famllv cooking; best ret
erencea required. Mrs. L. SEELY. 352 Bth av.
CHAMBEltMAIDand waitress, wageato, to goto
Summit, N. J.; references requred.
Mra. L, hEELY. 8 flth av.
L7IR8T-CLAS8 chambermaid and waitress, wagea
$20. competent laundress to a"slt with chamber
work, wagea $20; alio a cook, wages $20 to $."; will
ing to go to Dobba Ferry; iery best references re
quired. Mrs. L. 8EELY. 852 flth av.
IIRST-CLASS cook; wagea r.n: also competent
kitchcnmald. wage. $10 to $lH;tngn one hour
from New York; must have good reference..
Mr.. L. sEELY. 3.2 Cth av.
J7IRST-C. SwedtahorProteatantwaltTesi; wagea
$20 to $2f; city famllv; muat haie verv licst ref
erenoes. IraL. sttLY, 362 Bth av.
THIRST-CLASS waltr . . for a small family In'Prince
- ton, N.J. -, wage. .ti. reference, required.
Mra. L. BEELY. 352 flth av.
KITCHENMAID t .0 to Tuxedo, N.Y.; w.ge. $1;
relereiues required
Mrs. I,. SEELY, 352 flth av.
IAUNDRES8 to go to Waehlneton. D. C ; wages $20
-J to 2.i; muat be thoroughly competent ami have
references. Sirs. L. SEELY 8f2 flth av.
PROTESTANT cook; wagea $26. must be thor
oughly competent and hai e good references.
Sirs. L. SEELY, I3 Utti av
V.IT11E8S and chambermaid to go to Plalnfleld;
1 wagea $lfl, referenc. a requiri d.
Mrs. L. 8EELY.352 flth av
YTANTElt-Youncirl to look after Vabv and help
' around liat, good home; wigea $H. Apple
HENRY, 347 mil-St., Urooklyn.
Wanted 3nUiS .Uchnnirsi, &t.
BAT.TMANT CO,Mth tt.. lth st.
and ith av., require at once ex
perienced tailor, and bu.hclmen for
their alteration workroom. Apply at
the ifcth st. lemployee.) enttance be
fore U. 30 A. U.
EWELLERand hard solderers wanted on buckles
Ac FliHEL. NESPLER A CO . si Crosby et.
)A1'EI. BOXES Eipencnicd boys or girls on set
ting up machines; also-uailcrs on rel.. OEHUE
lil.UX FI.YNN CO , OH Moo.ter ft.
WANTED-, .uperlntendiint of hlgh-i lass print
it ingplaut, must thoroughly undttaud tompo
sttlon, prcs.work. tlndiiig and e-itiniatiiig, man of
good address, also practical abiht). none butahigh
clasa man need avply. Address, with lull particu
lars, P O. b.11 27t, New York.
"VVANTED-flond hoat"btlll,ici-. AiplyJIARINE
' VAPOR ENGINE CO., foot of Jerstyai., Jersey
City, N.J.
flrutfi Wnntetl 5ale...
1ROriTARLE WORK offered agents In every town
to secure subscriptions to the ladlea' Home Jour
nal and The Saturday Evening Post. Good pay for
good work. We want agenta to work thoroughly and
with buslnea. ay stem to covor each section with our
illustrated little bookleta and other adiertislng mat
ter. How well some of our agenta have succeeded la
told tu a little booklet we would like to send you
portrattauf aomeof our best aonts, with the story
nf how they niade it pay.
THE CURTI- PUBLISlIINO CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.
9f MILLION MEN In the U. S. want good sus
!' panders. Leather suspenders cannot breik,
wear out, or pull off buttons. Goods sell them.elies.
Men making $50 weeklv. Agents wanted eiervwhere.
Samples turnlahed. CINTI. I.E1. SUSPENDER
BELT CO.. D. 843, Cincinnati, O.
jirut-ClaiW ?clp cmatfja grofrjs-
Utioital.
DEMONSTRATOR, commanding the verv highest
n-fercni.es, wlahes position; no particular lineof
business and no ubiectlou to department stores;
salary moderate, A.E.. box 183 bun uptown office,
1 2(15 Broadway
EDCCATEDigltBb widow seeks situation as com
panion to elderly lady; would Hko traielling.
T . 121II1 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHER, well educated, swift operator on
Smith Premier, accurate ahoithand writer, la open
for an engagement, three years' experiencetaa clerk
lu office; can write and compose letter, for em
plojer, competent to take cbare of otUee, has been
euiplo.iett as secretary and auiauueual. to a literary
man. L. C, box IStl Hun office.
cfirjat-eiasji gel. rmalfjJ.
DOMESTIC BltPAKTMENT OF
St. Bartholomew's Employment Bureau,
211 -ait 42d at. Telephone 2 .'.8 4 38th st.
First-elate domeelioempln. eca nf all kinda.
COMPETENT cook; wages, $23; understands her
work thoroughly; best private family reference..
M. I)., box 6tl2 Bun uptown office, 12d5 Broadway.
(1O0K and laundreaa: wages, $20, willing and
-' obliging; best reference.. M. 1)., box 5H5 Sun
uptown office, 1266 Umadway.
C'OOK; willing to aaalst with washing and Ironing;
- wages, $20; beat reference.. L. K., box Ortl Sun
uptown oflice, 12(16 Broadway,
COMPETENT p-rlormald or.waltre.i; wage., $20;
1 ity references. K. P., box 57U Suu uptown office.
2fl6 Broadway.
FIRST-CLAN waltreasrunderatands aervUiafwlnes"
ma.ing salal dressing, carving. &c, good refer,
ences. B. II, box CH7 Sun uptown office, 12. S
Broadway.
FIHST-CLA"B-chambermaTd: wage, "$20; he.tclty
reference, from prli ale fauilllo. U. T., box 575
Hun uptown office, laflii Broadway.
I OOD family cook, wa:es, 2". understands raak-i--
Ing good desaerts. paatry. roasting, boiling. Ac.;
best references. K. .. box 678 Bun uptown office,
116." Ilroadnay,
G'ERMAN nursei wagea, $20; good aeamsrreaa;
(ompeisnt for grown children, t ity reference.
T. S., box 683 Bun uptown office, 1 !." Ilroadway,
IAUNDRES8 and chambermaid: understand!
J shirts, collars, cuffs, c; lest references, J, I
box 678 Run uptown office, 1285 Uroadwav.
4jEAT)oung girl aa waftresa and chambermaid;
-. uagea. $18; city references. K. D., box 568 bun
uptown office, 1265 Broadway.
1JROTK8TANT parlormaid; wagea, $20. be.t refer
eucea, thoroughly competent. R. II., box 680
Sun uptnwnoBlie, 1265 Broadway.
1ROTERTANT"laundresa; wages. $25; exoelfent
a n ferencea 0, M , box 677 Sun uptown office,
1285 Broadway
'THOROUGHLY competent cook wagesr$2(T; iin-
I derstands good family looking, best leferenees.
U. H , tiox 604 Sun uptown office, 1365 Broadnay-ltj
4!tvjJt-(Ia,5i Selp ntft.
VO00D, Mefttlr yonnis rntn, lit yfarn rH. would
Wkn a pnNit.on la au ottioe or nhop. -.illlcti: to
learn and cn furnli rffronf.) an to character, c.
AiMrra. I-AHNFMT, box i7) buu oflic
VATCHMN l-ort-T In vrlmlpaale hoim, Janitor
of ot.i. -.t bullilitiie. r any io4itlnuor t rul by
joiii.u man Juki inuptorrdniit of th liintt-irrtrnn ,
tr'Mii at.il lh'Hh. i bt'Kt i.i'i.mtm rnUttnnt. Ctrl' tly
trtniifratfand of tood hdbii; Ainericun by birtli.
AdlreHaNOLt'STRRR, box I7'.hiiiiiii1lr.
VOUNl. MAN. 3t, Uoilllar iili ftrr branch of
I Jpup.rr biiiinfM, dr-lrpoaitinn with wholealn
or retail home do hi 'town crdutr optician- flrst
cUa lalo iau, F OIDDENS, t)3 Eiat 143d it.
Pennsylvania
3-1. . TT.Fi.C -X.
STATIONS foot nt M.st iminty third Street and
Desbrofse.andCirtlandtMreets. I
flSThe leaving time troni Uesbrossos and Cort-
landt Streets la ten minutes later than that given be
low for Twinty-thlrd Htici t station.
.SO A. M. I'AHl' MAIIl'ulluian Buffet l'arlor
far New liork to Itlalmrg Sleeping Car nttsburg
to Chicago. No coa hea to Pittsburg.
HioO A. .11. FAST LINE.- Pittsburg and Cleveland.
1)1.10 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA I.IMITED.-I'ullman
Oompartment, Sleeping, Dining, smoking and Ob
aenallon Car.. Eor Chicago. Clenlaud, Toledo,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, louisilllc, M. I-niils
llflOr. .11. OIIICAIIO AND ST Lol'lHEXI'ltESS.
lur Nashville (vlaCiuclunatU, Iudlanarolls, Chi
cago. St. Ixiuls,
-ifiOl'. .11. WESIEIIN EXPRESS.-ror Chicago.
For Toledo except Haturdaj .
7t0 1 M. SOt'TllMEhTERN EPUKS8.-ror
l.tt.bitrs, Cleieiand, Cincluuatl, Louiaiille, In
dianapolis. St Ixmla,
7140 I'. M. PACIFIC EXrilKS'.-For PUtaburg
and Chicago. For Knoxillle. dall).la Shen.in
doah Vatley Route. Couuoct. for Cleveland ex
cept Saturday.
8i2 1. .11. MAIL AND EXPRESt.-rullraan Buffet
Sleeping Car New York to Altoona, Ki.t Mlierty,
Pittsburg and point. Weat, dally except Sunday.
No cnaohes.
WASHINGTON ANI TIIK SOUTH.
7:50. h:20, ii -jo, u 60 (Dining Can, lomii (I)inlng
Can A. M., 12.50, 1.5o, 2:'.o iB:20 Congressional
Llm.," all Parlor and Dining Can), 4-20 (Dining
Can, 4:60 (Dining Car), H 60 P. .11.. 12.01 ni.ht.
Honda) s. 8:20. u.20. 10:.'.n (Dining Cur) A. M
12:50. 2:60 (8.20 Congn sslonal Mm.," all Parlor
and Dininc Car.', 4:20(Dlnliig Car), 4.50 (Dining
Car), 8.50 r. M., 12.01 nlght,
BOIITUEIl.N RAILWAY. "llorlda Limited." 11:50
A. M.week days. Express, 2:60,4.20 P. M l-.U",
night dally.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN II UI.WAY.-For Mem
phis and New Orlrali-. 2.60 P, M. dally.
ATLANTICCOAHT LINE. "l'lorida hpeclal," 12-20
P. M. wtekda... Eiprcas. 9.20 A. M. andS.50 P,
M.dallj.
CHESAPEAKE AND 0I1I0 RAILWAY.-4:60 P. M.
dall).
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NOIIFOLK.-7:50
A. M wei-k daia and 7:4(1 1. M. dally.
ATLANT10C1 ry 1 :5o 1'. M. w ,-ek days (Desbrosses
and Cnrtlandt Strict. 2:li)P. li.j. Ihroiigh Ve.tl
tiuled Train. IJuffet Parlor Cars. FaascugerCoach
and Combined Coach.
CAl'E MAY.-12:50 P. M. week daya.
Long liranch, Aebury Park (Interlaken, Sundays),
Ociau Orme aud Point Pleasant (from west Twenty-third
Street Statloni, :.'.OA. M., 12:20, 8:20 aud
4 .50 P. M. Snndai s, w:20 A. M., 4:50 P. M. (from
Kcabros.es and Cortlandt Streets', U:lo A. M ,
12-r.o. it-40 and G.io P.M. hunda... li 43 A. M.,
5:15 P.M.
for iiiii,aii:lihia.
6:lo, 7:20, 7:50, R.20, 8:5n, li 2U, (ii:5D Penna. Lim
ited), U.50 (Dining Can, m.no (DuilngCar), 11:50
A.M., 12.. II. 1:50, 2:50, 3.60,4.20. 4.20, (Dining
Carl, 4:60 (Dining Car, 5 50 (Dining Can, 7:4 o,
s.r.d P. M 12.o night. Sundays 8 lti,8:2(), H 50,
P:20. u 60 (Limited). 11:10, lo 5ui Dining Carl A. M..
12:i8i, 1.60 (Dining Car', 2 60, :i:5n, 4:20 (Dining
Car). 4.6o (Dining Car), 6:50 (Dining Can, 7:4(),
Htsol. M 12 05 night.
Ticket ofllcea Noa. 4HI.U44, 11H6. 1R54, 111 and 261
Broadway, 1 Aetor House, Mi at Twenty-third Street
Station, and station foot of Desbroses aud Cort
landt Sticets, 4 Court Street, tieo Fulton street, i.
Broadway, and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brook
ljn; Station, Jersey Citi, the New .orkTrunafur
(mpany will call for and chtck baggage from
hotels and residences through to destination.
Telephone ' 2757 Eightei nth street" for Pennsyl
lanla Railroad Cab Service.
J. B. IllTCHIsON, J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Pasa'r Agent.
NEW YORK CENTRAL.
All through trains atop at Albany, Utica. Syracuse,
lc Uieatprand Buffalo,
Trains leave Grand Central Station aa follows:
8.tr, A. M Dall), except Sunda) a. Famous
OU EMPIRE STATE I.PRF.-iS. LIMITED.
.Wt train In the world. Duo llutlalo 4:45. NI
agaia Falls 5. '12, Toronto U 00 P. M Detroit 11.10
1'. K. Limited to its Keating capacity.
U,i:, M-KAsr MAIL, Dally-For Buffalo,
)."t Niagara Falls and Cleieiand.
in.-iOA- M.-DAY EM'ltfiiS, nccpt Sundaja--.-..OV-
Forllua.lu and all lmpurtant Now.oik
state iiolntn.
1 .Hfl ' M.-SOl'THWESTEItN LIMITED AND
l.U- CIIICAOO SPECIAL. Dally-For Columbus,
Cincinnati, I udlRiiapolli. St. Louia and Chicago.
O.On P. M.-TUOY AND ALBANY SPtCIAL, ex
.. ..Jiv cept Sunda Stop, at Important stations.
5 .on p. m.-laKe shore limited. iMiiy-24
J ' hour train lor Chicago, vU I-a.-Hliure. Due
Cleieiand 7.45 A.M., Chicago 4:J0 T. M. Sleep
ing and pail ircar. otili.
6 .fin ' M. -WESTERN rAPRI.S1?, Dally-For
V-V Niagara Falls, roronto. Clou land, Toledo,
Detroit and Chltago.
(t.yZl P. M -NORTHERN EXPRESS, Dally-For
1.. iJ Montreal ulnl, i xtept aMlldil, tor Ottawa.
7,OMl'. M -ADIRONDACK MO.NTUNN AND
I .OX) MONTREAL KM'IIESS. I)Jlly-Vl.i Clica.
8.'-JP- M.-BV.F.U-O AND SOl'THWKSrERN
.OU SPKCIAL. Dollv -For Nlagira Fall-, Cleie
iand, Ciiiclnuait. ludlanapollH and St Ixuil..
9. I P. M. PACIFIC 1.XPRE-.S, Dally-ForOa-.Itl
wego, Ogilinsburg, Bunalo. Niagara Falls,
Clnifland, Toledo, Ctuc-go nnd. except Satur
dai, for Cape Mncentaud the Auburn mad.
19.1 (1 NKiHT-MIDNKlHT FAPRF.Sh FOKCHI-
.if CACiO Ei rry night uuebt Sunday night,
Sunday nlgiit Chlr ago sleeper, leave at :15.
iiaki,i;ii nniMiix.
CJ5 A. M.and -1'55 P. M. Daily, except Sunday, to
Plttabeld; Sunda). only at p. 2o A M.
Warner palace Cars on all tli rough turns.
Train- Illuminated with Plntv.ii light.
Ticket otlhes at 113. 261, 418 and V4- Uroadwav,
81 East 14th St., 285 Columbus nv., ill Met 125th
st., (trend Central Station, 125th St. Station, and
l.txth M htatlon. New York, :i.i. and 726 Fulton St.,
and ton Broadway, E. D , Brookl n.
Telephone "27IK1 llnrty-clgnth street" for New
York Central Cab Service. Baggage checked from
hotel or residence by Weatcott Express Cnuipan) .
GEORGE n. DANIELS, General PaB.enger Agent.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN R.R.
Stations in N.iv Votk, foot of liurclny nnd
Clirlstfiplier streets.
VEsTIIIULi: TltAINi. ri'l.MIAX THTFFET
f.UW, I'lNTiiC'll LllillT.
8:00 A. 31. Binghamton Mail. Stoi. at principal
atationa.
1IHIHI A. .H.-(Cafe Can Buffalo. Scranton. Bins
hamton, Owegn, Ithaca. Eluilra, t'tlca, Syiaeu.e
and Oswego Express. Pullman buffetjiarlor car,
connecting at Buffalo with train, for Chna-o and
points Meat.
1 KH) V. Jl. Dallyi-Chlcago and Buffalo Vestlhuied
Express for Scranton, lUnghamtnu and Elmira,
Ac. Iullnian bufiet parlor c.ir to Elmira. Through
sleeping cars and day coach to Cbicago, arming
at 4 15 P. M nettday.
4iOO 1', 31. Scranton, Wilkesbarre and Plymouth
CxprcMi. Pullman buffet parlor i nrs.
7HH) 1'. .11. (Dall) i Chicago Vtstlbule Limited Ex
press for Sciantoii. Biiizhamti u, I.lmliu, Builalo.
i hrougli bullet sleeping car Now York to Chicago.
Dining c.r we.t of B ifNlo.
8:30 1. 31. (Dally) Buffalo Express, Pullman
ateeiirra for St ranton. Binghamtnu, Elmira, Hath,
Mt. MorriB and Buffalo, arming Buffalo m a. M.
0:30 r. .11. (Dally) llutlalo, Scranton. Bingham
ton, Owego, Ithaca. Elmira, Syracuse, I'tlca and
Oswego Etprtas. Pullman bittlet sleepers.
For HlBUitBAN SUNDAY TRAIN8ERVICE.ee
.mall table..
Ticket, and Pullman accommodations at Henry
Oaze A-Sous, Ltd., 113 Broadway. 14 Park place, 4 21)
and 1'42 Broadway. Ticket, at feriy stitinns. 111
4th av., cor. 12th st.. ill Wot i2."lh st , 2rc, Cilum
buaav.. New York; 338 aud 723 Fulton st.. and 106
Broadway, Brooklyn. Timo tablea gning full Infor
mation at all stations.
We.tcott's Expn s- Cnmrany will call for and check
baggage from hotel and rtaidence to destination.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
Station, foot of West 2.1rd, Cortlandt and Deibroas..
Street, (r.nna. R It Krrl.i )
Time Weat 23rd btrtet other n.uri'i Cortlandt or
Deibr-.aea btreeu. t Iially except bunuai. . bunday
on!., oilier train, daily.
d. I... 7.00 A. M Local for E ASTON.
. .10.(4.10 A. M. For HIFFALO, NIAGARA
FALLS ana Heat, and principal local polnu. l'arlor
and I)li.tng Cars Connects for Coal Srancn...
f 11..10. l-.nO Noon ''BLACK diamond
EXPRESS." llaadiouieat train tn the world Lim
ited tn sealing capacity Due buffalo .so p M ; con
necting with through bleepera to Detroit and Chicago.
Dining Car sen Ice a la carte.
... in i nn i For WILKKS BARRE.
Tli'l "in I'll !,Sl "ANION. Coal llranche.
f.l...O, 1.10 1 "(.., i lutermedlate point..
TM.-HI. -5.t-" p ' Lo,--al for MAl'CU CIILNC.
t" 1.50. .l.'io P. M. Local for EAhTON.
t'-l.-lO. .( P. M. Local Expreu for EASTON
3. .10, 0.10 P. M. For llutlalo and polnu Weil
Through sleeping Care to Chicago and Turonto.
7.IO..0ll 1". M. Expreaa for BLFFALO and
TORONTO. None but Sleeplna: ra. raMence ra carried.
K.0.8.0 P M. tor IThaCA. R(iLlESTT.
ltrFFAl.O and Wear, sier ping ran to ' hlraro.
. SOUTH PLAINHKLD and llOIND BRUOK locals,
dally except Sunda) ; MOS), li A M (,? to
outh I'lalnOeld only). 3W.420. S W and ..) P. M.
llcitetsand Pullnian accnnimedatlnna at IIS. 261, 273,
55,-11 and 1354 Ilroadway, Union square Writ.N. . ;
-Si fultin St, 4 Coutt si , OS Broidway and irool)n
Annex Station, Brooklyn.
V. Y Tran.fer ( o will call for and check: be.gafe
from hotel or residence through to deatlaatlon.
New York and Boston All Rail.
N Y N II Ar 11 R It. and i ounectlona.
From Orand Central Station.
Leave BywLyof Due
u no A M , .Springtleld and Worcester, S So P II,
10 on A 31 .flNewLondouandProvlilence.s nop M.
110 oi A 3I NiwLnndon.nd Proviilenre,4 21 P..M.
13 on M.. Springfield and Worcester. f.:4() P.M.
tliilPM Air Line, Hall llllmantlc, Hiaipv.
1 02 P M., Newlmdonand Providence, 7-uo P.M.
.1 no P.M.. sNew liondon and Providence, (i. (hi p m,
4 no p M.. .prlngneld and Wore ster, 10 00 P M,
I100P.M .NewLondonandProvidencell ix)P Jl.
111 noP.M , esjirliigfleld and Worcester, fl 15 M
112 oo P.M ,New London and Prnildence,i):25 A 31,
I(una dally, including Sunday.
tiRayState Limited, all parlor cara; fare, $7. In
cluding parlnnar stat
Mir Line Limited, arrli'a and depirta from Tark
S' I us re Station, Boston Return servue same hour
and by same route. (Will stop at l.r.th.t.
Througli parlor and aleeptng cars b) each train.
'. T. HKMltilKAl), (leu. 1 aa.. Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R.K.
SCIIEDUIE IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 20. INIim
L aie New Vork, Whltet.all Terminal (South t-crry)
and loot of Liberty street.
Daly (Except Sunday. .Sunday.
Hill1 . .0 14 :tn V. M , from Liberty street only),
1 J5P II and "12 15 night.
PITlSlllT.it (4 mi . 31 , from Lllierty street
onl . .'. 55 P M . '12 lr. night.
CINCINNAII. ST. I.OL'IS. il.55 A. 31 ,'5-55 P. M.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS.
WASHINGTON. HALT 1MOIIF. 17 55, u.sft (Uinerl,
II 21 A. M i Diner , MS in P. M . M 2'. (Diner.
J ; ' ( llojal Limited " F.xclu.lie Ihilluian train ,
-I ..-. Dmer 5 5.1 p. Jl .ml 2 lo night. NOR
FOLK. 113 55 1' M.
All trains a u illuminated with Plntsch Light.
Other., tin, 172, 2D1, 434. l-4 Broadway, 25
I'nlotui, W-. 127 Bowery. N. Y,; s.ft Fulton st.,
1 KO Or.b.m av., Brookl) n, WhitehallTemiinal, Bag.
gage checked from hotel or reeldenco to de.UniUoa.
1 '1
cfliiUronitjs.
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through trains leave New York, foot of Chamber
street, a. follow, and Hie minutea earlier from Weat
23d st
).fll. A. 31. -Vestibule Express daltr for Ring-
'.WU h.nitnn, M.ierli, El'ulra, Bunalo, Br.idfonl.
amies Buffalo P. M Parlor Carlo Buffalo. ..
V-IK. '" "- Vestibule limited-Fast mail dally.
A.UeViHd train for Chicago, arrlic. at Cleveland ,
7;40 A. M.. Chicago r. P. 31. sleeper, to Chicago,
( 'lew laud aiidCiiuinnati. Dining Car
7,'JO r. Jl.-llutrilo and Cleveland VesUbiil.S
. Expre.s daily, arrives Buri.lo 7.05 A. JI
TIt-dfonI 7.20 A Jl . J.inestown 7 oo A. JL. Youngs
town 10.27 A Jl . Cleielmd 12 3DP.M. Sleeper, to
Iliiaaln and Cleveland. Cafe Library Car,
. I .": I. 11.- Dallr solid train for Blnghamton,
- ' Elmra, Maierlv, Chicago. Sleeper to Uor
nell.vllle.cn eagu and Clnelu all Dining Car.
'I'lCKElS. I.Oi-AI, TIME CARDS AND rt'LLMAN
I ACCOMMODATIONS at 111, 113. 21)1, 401 and
tif.7 Broadway, 127 llnncrr, lf.it East 125th at. and
273 West 125th st.. Chambers and West 2.1d st. fer
riis, New York; I'M and mm Fulton St., px Broad
wny, Brooklyn 122 ltlier st Iloboken, and .leraer
City Station New Yolk Transfer Co. calls for and
chccls ba.gage from hotel and residence to destina
tion. (!)trnn ttnmrijS.
" AMERICAN LI WE.
FAST i:xPRIS SEHVICE.
NEW YORK-MJIJTIIAMPTON-LONDONT.
Calling tVe.lbouiiil nt Cliertiourg.
Balling Wedneaday. at 10 A. 31.
New York April r, I New York .April 1.
St. Tute. April 12 St. Louia .May
Pari... . April lu Parts. .Mar 10
RED STAR LINE.
' NEW YORK-ANT WERP-rARIS.
Eiery Wednesday at 12 noon.
Friesland . April B i 11 csternland April 1 II
Southwark. April 12 I -emlngtou April 28
These steamers carry only second and third clue
passengers at low rate..
INTERNATIONAL NAVIOAT10N COJIPANY.
Pier. 14 and 15, N. It. OUice, il Bowling Oreen.
CANADIAN r ATI FIT RAILWAY,
Intended steamship saltings from Vancouver.
JAPAN, CHINA, and PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
EMPRESS OF JAPAN April 17, June IP, Aug, 21
EMPRESS OF CHIN . .Jlay 8. July 10, Sept. 11
EJIPBEBS OF INDIA . . .May 21). July 31, Dot- 9
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, Fiji, New Zealand,
and Australia.
WARRIJIOO .Apl. OIAORAN-I May
For rate, apply 31 1 Broadway and 05 Wall L
CUNARD LINE j&
From Pier 40. N" It,, foot Clark.on at,
Tmbria. ..April l.tiA. .11. I Etruria April 15. PA.-Ii
Lnciula pril h 2 P. SI. Carapanla.April 22.1 P.JIe
ERNON II. BHOWNqo,.Oen.Agta..4BowHngQreen
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUL
DIRECT LINE T.l HAVRE-PARIS I FRANCE).
Sailing every Saturday at 10 A. II.
From Pier No. 42, North Riier. foot Morton .t.
I Normaudle April 1 I l.a Touralne. . April 31
laChampagne April h La Oascogne, ...April 3(
LaBretagne April IR I La Nnriiiaudle..., May
Firsttla.s passage to Hai re. J55 and upward.
Oen'l Agency tor U.S. and Can.. 3 Bowling (ireen.N.Y,
HAMBURGAMERICAN
TWIN SCREW EXPRESS LINE.
NEW YORK-I'ARIS-I.ONI)ON-IIAJIBTJR. ,
IMIN-SCItEW PASSENGER SfJtVICE.
NEW YOUK-U IMBIIRO DIRECT.
NEW lOIIK-LONDON-PlRIR-HAMBnRa.
Itl'.(iI.N.MN(i AI'KIL 0T1I thei Mrnment
of this St-rvlce ivill touch nt Plymouth And
Cherbuurs n the ivny to Ilnmhtirs.
For .aillngs, etc., apply to
Company", office, 37 B'way, N.Y. 'Phone 1S71 Broad.
"VORTH OFRJIVN LLOYD STEAMSHIP CO.
- SHORT IIOl'TE TO I)NDON AND CONTINENT.
- AS. KM'llbsH STE .MER8.
Traie,l)i.,Apl.4,10A.M. Labn. Tu.. Apl 1R.10A.M
K.Wm.D.(..Apl 1 1.10A.JI. I K. Frledrlch ..ApL 24
OELHICUS A: CO , 2 Bowling Green;
OLD DOMINION LINE.
DAILY MEKVIf K.
For Old Point c.uiirort, Norfolk, Newport New.
Portsmouth, Ilnw r's Point and Richmond, Va , con
necting for Petersbuig, Richmond, Virginia Beach.
Wa-hln-ton. D. ('.. and entire South and Meat.
Frii-jhtaud Passenger Steamers sail from Pier2
North Ruer. foot of Beach st , Jlon., Tuea., Wed,
Thur... I'll., 3 P. JL. Sat. 4 P. M.. Sunday 3 P. M.
1. L. OUILLACDEU. Vlce-Prea. and Traffic Mgr.
WHITE STAR' LINE.
NEW .ORK-yl'EESSlOWN-LHERPOOL.
Slajestlc . Apiil5. iinon I Teulonlc April 19, noon
liiit.tinlc April 12. noon i Cymric April 2d, a P, Id.
Saloon rate. on Oermanli, Biltannlo and Cymric,
f 5o up. Majestic, Teutonic, Shi) up; second cabin.
37,5u upward; third class on Cvmric. Oermanio
and Britannic, .25 r.(i. on Jlajestio and Teutonic,
927. Keietilletax additlunal.
For passage, freight and general information ap
ple to WIIITK STAR LINE.
Pier 45, North Rlier. Office, a Broadway, New York.
Si.atiit-i.at.
Boston and New England Points.
VI .SOfND LINKS
TALL Rrv.Il HM:, na Newport and Fall
Rlier. Ieave Pier 11', N. It., foot of Warren at,
wtek daj s onlj , at 6:00 P. 31. Stcamera PLYMOU Tlt
and PILOItl.M. ()rches(ra..neach.
sroNI.Nt.ro.V I.I.M.. Da Stonington. Leave
PI. r 3d, N. R . foot of Spring at., week daya only, at
tlioo p. M. .learners Maine and New Hampshire.
NORWICH LINK, ila New London. Leave
Pier ae;. N. It , foot spring st., w cek day. only, at 6:30
P. 11 st. aniers City "if Worcester and Rhode Island.
Albany Evening Line.
FIRST TRIP Tl' IS WAY. MARCH 28.
Thepopular maraersDE IN RICIIMONDandDREW
will leave Pier 32. N It., toot Canal St.. at 0 P. II.
dalli (Sunday, exi epted). making dliect connection,
with tiauis North, East and West. Freight recelv.d
until hour of departure.
TROY BOATS.
(OMUENCINO. MOND-Y. IIARCII 27,
Steamer "City of -p.. or "Onteora" leaves Weai
Kith st. pier dall), except Saturday, it P. M., con
necting with Delaware and Hudson and Fitchbura
trains. bl'ND Y STEAMERS TO. CH AT ALBANY.
Steamer "Saratoga, entirely rebuilt, with new
dining room lot aled nn main deck aft, will b. placed
In commission the first week in April
Catshlll. Hudson nnd Coxsnekle Itont.
Leaie foot of Christopher at. daily, except Sanda.i
at il P. 31
K INC.STONLINE, West 10th sti-Dailr, 4 P.M.,
hitunlaia at 1. steamers BALDWIN and RO
MER. forCran-ton's.Com.vall.Newburg.N'ewnam-burg,
Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepsl", Hyde Park,
lopus, Kingston, conne. t ngwlth U D. R. R. fov
all points in Citskill Mountain..
"VEW HAVEN LINF.-Pli r -., E. IL. Steamer, dallr
- ' lexccpt Sunday), at 3 P. M. and 12 midnight.
AMHDFXLLINE -Steamera leave Pier 24. N. R,
foot Fianklln st.. fur Cold spring. Cornwall,
Fiehklll Landing and Newburg, week daya, & P. I.
Sunday, u A. SI.
lUcdiral.
ATTENTION.-OLI) DR. C.RINDLE, OR.DUATH
UNIVERSITY OF I lin CUV OF NEW YORK,
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, 8.1 YEARS A SPECIALIST
IN DISEASES O. .MEN. OLD Oil. ORINDLE ha.
been longer 1 slabllshed and ha. had moreexpertence
than an) other adiertislng physician, city papera
proie this Under bis scientific treatment blood and
sl.in diserfsei-, pain lu tones, red spots, sore threat
and iii'iuili. ulcers, painful swilling, kidney and
bladder c uiipliiuts. i aiding Inflammation, gravel,
undcidoped organs, weak back, lost vitality, am !
speedily, perminently cured. Jlen about to marrr
stiould consult OLD DR. ORINDLE. Every Impedi
ment remoicd. Sufferers, do not waste tlmeviauin.
lesshkiltul plD.lclins Remember. OLD DR. ORIN
DLE neier falls. Ol FIFE OVER 15 YEARS at 171
West 12th st.,b(tween illhand'th aia. Advice fre..
Jledlclin-, $t. Iloure, I) to i. Sunday., 0 to 8.
OLD DR. ORI.Y, -tr. years a specialist In
itl.t'Hsp of men mil, gulrkest permanent cure
guaiauteed lu all the disease, peculiar to men.
Blood poieon, akin dlseasis, kidney and bladder
trouble, weakness, nerioua debility, error, of youth,
bail dream., undeieloped organ.. Impediment, to
marriage Ac. Consult old Dr drey first; he ia the
eldest i tabltshrd and the longrat in practice of any 1
speilallst iu the city. Ofiho mer 85 year, at 120 1
East 17th st.. near Union Square. Hour. M to I); Bun-
dais, 11 to 3. Scientific treatment, advice free, f
Jledlclne only 50 cenis. N" charge unless cured.
A -DR. AND JIHS. SIJIPSON.the Lading apecial- I
islam New ork, Hiicieaafiilly treat all female 1
conipli.tuta and irregulariilis, 2.1 vears' experlencei 4
pniate.anluriutn, trained nurses; treatment guar- I
anletd. free conttd. ntMl adilc, u to v. 22 Weal 1
27lh st., niar Broadway 1
A. -A.-A. gi'ICKlIST PERMANENT J
Cl'Ri: In disease. if men. d.ngerous case, aollclt- t
ed. relief at once, those dc.lrlug ouly ttrat-clas.
silentlhi' treatment should rail. The leading spe. I
clalist, III. lloiisehur. 127 Wet22d.U,Ut0 3. 7tOV),
Sillidais. In In I.
-DR ( ONlUD'S'sNITARIUJI.-Rcentifle..kU- 5
a. fiiltreatiiieni of all disease, of women; private 1
rooms, eieri convenience and appliance; cnniulta p
lions. UA. M to w p M. Call or write for booklet. 1
117 West 47th st. Tel VI2H3M1). r j
DOCTOR M IP. RI'INIURD treats female irregu- f
larllle.. aitigli, luarried. no years' experience. t
711 7th av, near 4nth at 1
Eposltiely cure all female irregularill'a or re- r
I i turn monei . rgul.r ph. ician. "to years' exp- 1
nenee. consultation free. Dr. and Jlra. AMES, 141 t
Weat 23d at. f
OOQ VEST"41iTIT ST.-Dr CROWE curea Irregu. j
-H laritlea at nun without pain or medicine.
Feo10 5
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ucrtitifio. i'
S1E III. .MnKTIVi.OFTIIKHOVSOFTnF.REVr
V Ol.l'llON will lehellut DilnionicVa. 5th av.
and 44th at , Vw York ill on Saturday, April .
at x an p Jl . to rec, i and ai t n the report of the
1 ommltteeonllj-Lawsapi' inted at the last meeting
of the Society, and t" take such action a. mayaeem
nec.sary and peper to carry out the eplrit and
purpose cf Seitiou W , paragiaph 3, of the By
Lew., and morn sped illy to in.ure the present.
, tl n at each stated meet. ng of a paper upon a Revo- ,
1 liitl"iian topic, If poi.ible. or upon some suitable
hl.torieal or other aubjeit of general lutereat to .
niemberaof theSociiiy.
ALEX. It THOMPSON. Secretary. f
3u...cfain,tru. 'A
- - - - - i
13IP-A-N3. 10 for r. cent, at drugglata. grocer., . -V
AV re. uuranta, ralnons, newaatanda, general atorea 'ft
and barber .hope. They baniah pals. Induce sleaPi Ik
prolong UXe, e ei c rtUef, J ..
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