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i ,6 , ... THE' SUN, MONDAY, APRIL IP, 1800. ' I
1 1 III financial.
Jfiji e notici: to htociuioliikhs
Wife ' or
j I !H i Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
Jfji ji Offlc of tie llrooklrn Rapid 1rnn.lt Company,
.V flS No' l6H J,"n,,1", Hlrwt,
'I'i' Borough of Brooklyn, City nf .New York,
$IJI 5 ' April Ul, 1809.
(flJS Brooklm TUiM Transit Comi an lior'lir kUi
fj( j I notice that It propoa, to issue additional aharce of
U 'f I R Itacapltal stocknf tin1 par v iluo nf lino each from
ht'i I J i the Increased amount th' rent I itelyauthorlced. The
jyL'xj Jj aggregate par value nf the ml lltinual stork so to b
Jl u Issued will lm autt.it tn Mrn pencnt. nf tint pur nf
ji &, 1 lu capital stork outstanding at tin' time r.r , losing
'Bill !j pf tli transfer IhkiIh mi April 15th. ikiisi, Miieh
Tn ft , stock la to be Issued t t tint ptirpnii of pun has-
ril? ' ' ! Ing and rlcelrically t'liilppiug thi llrooklj 11 anil
ji f A ') Brighton Bench Railroad pi .p. rtlia ami electnrallv
riM' fa ."ttllpplng tin railroad of Tim Piusp"et Park atnl
jufi' Of 1 Coney Inland Railroad Cmnpiuy, whlih liy ngree-
sjjtlj' j!j j rnent la to li lenaod fur nlit" hundred and nlmty
' Tt?l! ii I n'"p 't,r" '" ft mnipalij "f "" Brooklyn Ilaplil
j t'MH $ ) Tranalt Sjrtiin,nnd forsiiclmldltlnnsnnd improve
' Hil $ 1 mrnpi to lli" railroul prupi rtnn owned i.r controlled
i lltlfl! "" j bytbe llrcnLlin ltjpid Iiunslt bjstem as may ha
'siHil 'm deemed desirable
'I'licJl Z The hnldirs of Central Irual Companj certificate
' tjjlSi J j for Brooklyn Rapid lrinlt C unpanv stock as
Ml! "B ' aliown 011 tlio tianafcr li oka krplhythu Central
'T tl ?! J Trust Company mi tint closing thereof ut twelve
!e ijj j 5 o'clock noon on Saturdij', April loth, Ihiiii, trill no
Pi- S' M given an opportunity to aubscrlbc at par for Tmat
'K$t U' i" Compan) crrtlniatpa rpprratntlni: ahariaof llronk-
! s! t lyn Hapld Trainit f'oiiipany tm k mual to mien
j' ,i J i- jjcr cnt. of Hi )iaraltii of tholr nairrtla hold-
R j! 1 I lni:a. 'fho new n rtlllratin will lm ptitltlM to tlirlr
jjj ili ' proportion of ilividilida ttulared afttT their iaane,
Aii'i All of aall atock will li" ilrpoaltnt with Central
j j Trttat Company of Now Yuik, ami will lie laaonl
I S! ! atllijrct to the trnim and rondltion of certain
I ijj Totlnit trust njtfi mi nta Crttitirutn holdrra entitled
,, ''j;!!; to aubwrllip, Lm nut 1I1 Irlni: to do an, may aaaiun
B' , 1!' their rlahl". Hiiliarriptlon, and atalk'nturnta of
U ', 'jj j J rlithta to mlwi-rliie, ahill he made In writln,i upon
Hi H L, blank forma whh li will lm hereafter eent to cer
6 V V Ai tlfleate hohlrra, anil all auhai rlptiona, whether hy
Si J. T, holder of rrrtllhatia or holdere of aarlenmenta,
Jj'J fj''i miiet I"" filed with Central Tniat Company of New
JJ' Hill- TnrkalilanHu-e.No. r,l WU Street, Sew York City,
j r q ! fttor before twelve oi lock neon on Saturday, the
ail SBtbilaj of April, is.io. The riuht to tibarribo for
I fl 1 Central Trtint Company certificate! rein ntinineT
Mi j , tock will then eiplre.
Igjjil Everj ubcrlpllon iiinat be accompanied by pay-
2t t j ment in cuah or by c( rtllled check to the amount at
, Jgi if Pr lnp certiticatea aubacribed for. Negotiable
It V ijs receipt! of tho Trust Company will bo gUcn and
B lt ujv thecertlflcatea hiiliMCrlbi'd and paid forwlllheltaucd
B il ilrt ni' (la-llarrril aa eo in thereafter an practicable,
p; H! 1 4 Fcrlp ccrtlllciitea will be laatied for fractional part
E' t ) of aharea which will be exchanceable for certiticatea
jj! Jj - i at par in tloo lota. Any certlflcatea not aubacribed
S j; i J j for or taken will be dlapoaed of at th Board of
3' Si J Director may iletermtn.
Hi Sit Tranafer booka will be eloaed on Ratnrday, April
5i 1j':;3 lfilh, 1899, at tweho o'clock noon, and will bo re.
!, 'jx t opened on Monday, May lat, 1 HUH, at ten o'clock
f 8 3f A.M.
I -J j J By order of the Board of Pirectora.
j J j ;5 C L. ItOSSITEB.
it j ; ; Prealdent,
9 I jl'J T. S WILLIAMS,
! i I I Pecrotary.
I Wj A SUCCESSFUL-
I COLORADO CORPORATION
ul 111 I
si 'tis
S i j 1 1 is mining a wide vein of ore containing
nI gold silver copper lead
11 S4.5G S6.14 $7.42 $2.88
I If 2 1 Giving an aggregato value of
II liifl $20.88 PER TON,
jij iUJ ) (j
I Hi i '-"Mi with50,000ton8nowreadyfor8top-
I tu! .; 'a ' ' r
li ! ing, having a gross value of about
jj 1 ONE miLLIOW DOLLARS.
; i j A Going: Mine Not a Prospect
; By rprentlneiara of contlnuoua development work.
1 'r : i '
5 ':(; The Dtrectora halncaetaaid 200,000 aharea for
2 ti theTreaaury, belnu IS per cent, of ita Capital Stock,
i ' !I for the purpoee, of Immediately conatructtnc a fio
h ' U- ton concentrating plant and a wirs rope tramway,
i a I! w hare ouraeliea Invested In tho undertaklnz. and
i r j IT ; ffer and recommend tho atock, which la full paid
I Vj' j, and noa asaeasahle,
j f ' at THIRTY CENTS PER SHARE.
I' i fl I FroBpectus and tnapn ileseribinc property
M MAtLKO ON ATPLIOATION.
Il THE EXPLORATION SYNDICATE,
fj j Mills Building, Wall and Broad Streets.
' 111 fo stockholdersTfIh!
II Brooklyn Union Elevated R.R. Go.
i 'M', We are authoried tn Mute that tho privilege
ii j j boretofnro ntlt ml to atnckholilrra of the Urooklyn
8; HI j TInion Kleat il llHlho.nl roiupany for the aaleof
jiw' thelrjttock at Ji.n. per h.irn for tho in eferrcd and
I II ! .10. per ahaio fur the common stock haabeenez.
1 1! tended for limited neriod
1 Y btockholdera doalrlni; to aatl themaeheaof thla
, j f prlvileuo may dolUcr tlieir certiticatea of atnek or
I Jj li acrip to na prior to :t n'rlnrk P. M Thureday, Apnl
, i I SOth, 1800 (properly ai-aiuiii d and with the proper
1 tilt S revenue etampa aflixeil , and reirie pa) ment there
jrgi B' forlaoaah, wilhout comiuii-aion,
j li 3i Socuritj holders are minded that the Central
f 3 . TruatCo..aa the dejioaltorv of the old aeeurittea,
( j ! la now prepared to dttm-r tlio new eeciirltlea. both
I Ml atock and bonda, uiou presentation of tho cer-
'M ' tlflcates,
1S !! ' II. It. 1IOI.I.INS X CO.,
' ifl j conxnit dp i,i. nu iiuod btb.
II Government and
1 1 Municipal Bonds
j B jj BOUOHT AND SOLD.
(M 2 AIM FIIIHT NflUTIUMB bonda of eilab.
'j fi i llancid Hiohiii und ratrret Hullaruy.
Stjt AVPOAI8BMK.NT3 SIADi: OU QUOTATION8
' , If (a . FCltNIBllEI) FOK rilK. I'lTUCHAHK. 8AiK, OB
SqWt ' BXCUAMOK OF A110VE HECUR1T1E.
,J.iM ' LIOTS ON AIM'LIOATION.
Iff N W. HARRIS & CO.,
I IIAMCKltH.
mM J1AIULn HT. (liunk of Commeroc Dtda.),
'm Montana Ore Purchasing Company.
' iP'i : TusTruaUciuf tho Slotiuna Ore I'tirchn-intft'o
it H' a l lav declared the rcgulai iiuarterb dmdcuii or:
' rf"3 V 1.00 per share iftti'.ilni' ,pl)atilnat tho .Now York
to 4 Jfi .1 " offlinof theC miaii) on April 2uih, Imii HooKa
3 3 i ft elnau April HtU and n. pen Apill mtli l-i'
7 S'lu With tliiadlvideudtheCoiiijiain pasaie the million
;4 2 -i I dollar mark, as this mil make 1 tuu.ooo.iio paid In
X j a ' dildenda bj thla i'oiupau sinie Jaliuar; 1, li-i.",.
i S?SVi With tho present pn e nf coinicr the Company la
& earning oer fl.r.nn.mio tionet a tar, and if topper
: T .5 remalnaaboo M, a j ound the dmdtuda for tho
ii rear lbu lll bu$lJaaiiiin
r 5 All'Iliril P. I1EINF.. Seo'j-.
Jy LOCOMOTIVES.
i 1i Richmond Locomotive and Machine Works,
mi', RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I H.J t BIMPLKOIUOMPOrSIHOCOMOTlVWrilTUEIIl
j 3 I OWH DEslltNd Oil TO MW.IIFK KllONH.
'I u i Modernly rQiilppeil alioiia.
I if I Aiinilnl inpni ltj .100 locomotlvei.
., ,i Teruia mailo aatlarni tin v.
, i ', i ' t'lirroannndeiifei anllrltoil.
f p? ! c?ahtr.a anrt grohrrji.
' 'i ' I we mark' a sFkciai.ty ot
i BANK & TRUST CO.
I i! STOCKS.
I y P. J. QOODHART & CO.
' 1 i BIEMBKItS N. V. STOCK KXCHANUK.
E ij 08 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
aw '&n 1
F
gnnhrw nnd grontrjj. '
H. B. Hollins & Co.,
COIt. OP WALL & 1IKOAD ST.S.. N. T.
LETTER8 OF CREDIT
FOR TRAVELLERS' USE.
DKAKTS AND CAULK TUANSKKRS
on Cuba, Porto Rico, the West
Indies, South and Central America,
Mexico, and Hawaii.
t f Eiei-ute order for
Redmond wr!::
VWUIIILfIIU linau'm, and ProM
denie Connected by
.. i? prliato wlrea. lle
14 PPI AC 1 ( "l" depoaita aub
1VW1 1 WWi. ieit to draft AU a
flacal HKcnta for and
IIANKKKH. tiiKotiato and laauo
loans of Jtallroada.
l WALL 8T N. Y. Htroi t llallnara.
(laa t'oiupanfeti, c.
Uembirs Tranaict a utuieral
Jt. Y. Block Kichanae. lial"1 iJkai'in Ue""
Illllh-tJrniln lnvratinrnt Seiiirltleai
Liatof current ofTerl inc. eent on application.
I'll 1 1 ADKI.I'IIIA C'OIIIIMSI'ONIJKNTB,
OIlVIIAtI, Ki:itll ii CO.
,10 NASSAU STIlHIVr, JEW YORK,
Fisk & Robinson
BANKERS
Investment Securities
IHItVEY EDWARD PISS
OEonr.p. ii nonishoN,
Member New York Stock Exchango.
"kountze Brothers,
BANKERS,
Broadway and Cedar Street, New York.
Doposit accounts received.
AdMiiii'e9 inndi) tipim rnllroad,
municipal and other approved Bccurltlos.
Letters of Credit Issued.
HAVEN & STOUT
1 Nassau Street, Cor. Wall St.
fNew ork Stock Exchange,
Mambere, of New York Cotton Exchange
Ifhlcaco IJ-ard of Trade.
Orders executed on th above Exchange In
BONDS, STOCKS, COTTON.GRAIN
H0BT0H& TUHST4LLT
33 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Mnmhora of the
NEW YOltK STOCK KTCIMNOR,
NEW OUK CuriOS EXUUAKOK.
Stocks, Grain. Cotton,
Bonds & Investment Securities.
DOUGLAS & JONES,
Members New York Stock Exchange,
lT.HI.lMli:i IHHII.
24 Broad St., New York City.
STOCKS AND WINDS IHIIVIHT AND SOLD FOB
CASH AND CUUUKD ON SIAUil.N.
Oao. F. Domlnick, Jr. Blair S. tVllllam.
Lamout Domlnick.
Dominick & Williams.
40 AVAL!. STIIKKT.
Telephone 34CO Cortlanrtt.
Moiubrrs N", V. Mock Exchange,
IHridrndtf ami ntcrcjat.
TjNiTKirs rVri:iTiniKu7MnipAN r7
U 1 Murru St , New Vork, April Oth, IHmt.
Thn lkmnl ot Dirt cton of the United fauttn Itnhbf r
Compnn hae this (lav l- lared n. uti irUrly dividend
of tMii pern it. on tlic I'rcfcireil Btockof tliiH Cora
pan fnun th nt i-arniiiKi for thi Aural year end
ing March Hi it, lNH'i. to BtocUholdom of record at 3
P. M , pril l"th. IHitM, ia)Rl)l6 April 2nth, If ltf.
TIim 1 ianifr r 11 inKn will lo ut n P. M , April 17,
181'. muI noi urn H . M., Mar 1 7th, ln.
CIUB. It. i'LlNl. Treasurer.
UNION PACHM KII,UO.I COM1MNT.
NEW (1HK. Man h lft. lHiw.
A dividend ofJON'K DOI.LMt AND HU,Fi$l.Ml)
PKU UHAHK on the Pr-'fi rrnl Block of this IVmipanr
liRri hceii derlarPil, paj able at the 1 riamirer it DiUce,
E-iulttMa ltulldliit;. Ui) Urualwaj, New York, on
and after April lit. Mim, totlie hulilcra of Preferred
Block of rfi ord at the clone of tjuniueHit April 1 , I nut.
The Pi tf erred Htn.'k transfer bookti will cloio for
this dividend April 1, Imum, at 13 n'rlnrk noon, and
reopen at 10 o lock A. M.April 20. Jhiii.
ALi;X.MILLAB,
Hecretarr.
OFFICKOF TIIRKLKCTRIORTOIIaGK battkrt
COMPANY, mhk Drexel Ifuildlnir.
PIIILATiRLPHIl, April 7th. 1800.
The florin ined by thin ( mnpany. lecember Hist,
ls.M, will l)i paid to bearer (when properly indorsed t
or to n uUtered uuner tin reof, upon prLHnttion at
thiHomcu on April 17th, lui.
UEN'J. W. TIN'QLKV. Tremnrer.
(flcrtionjj nnd Ittrrtingti.
T-VKT.AWAUK AND IIPHSON CANL COMPANY,
1' NI-WOllK. April H, lMim '1 he annual tneetinif
of the ittnckholden of thin i ompany will be held at
tho olUte of the company, 21 t ortlatidt ftM in thin
citv.ou Tins. li, the Ittli diy or May next, for the
el tlou of Muiiaurra and for other buinen, Includ
imx ti ftablit.i.unt nf unlnklinf fund.
The pniii ft tu open at 12 o'clock neon and remain
cp'(i fnronn li.iiir.
Tho tr.innfer books will be floncd from the port
of busiiiiflt Saturday, April 2i, until the uorninc
of odim-tday, Ma 10.
Uy order of tho Board nf Manager.
F. M, OLYPHANT, Becretary.
UN1TKD STATUS Ill'UIlKK MIMNv7"
New ItruiiAwick, N.J , April Uh, 1H,m.
The Annual Mfctlnn of tho Htockhnldf rs of the
United Mate liubber t'ompanj for linielf-t tlon of
Directors, and for tin trannactlon of anv nth r bum
neai which inuy properly be brought brforn the
uitftiiiir. will bo held ut the oftlco of tho Company
In N w UrniiriMck, Now Jersey, on Tuesdaj , May ltf,
lHitit, at 12 o'clock M
1 he Transfer Booka will close at 8 P. M. on Mon
day April 17th, imui, and reopen at 10 A. M, on
Wtidnenday, May J7th, lHi.'.t.
Hi order of the Board of IMroctor
HAMPXL P. COLT, Secretary.
lUrdical.
A TTKNTIDN -OI.il DTI filllVIU H, mui-TVlX
V ('MVKHHin OPTHEriT UP NEW OHK.
MEIlt,M)i.l'HlMi:M,,tr. YI-AHrt K SPECIALIST?
IN HIrEl-S uv MEN OMi IHl tiltlMU.i: ha
b en lonif r t itabliithnd and lias Imd morn o tience
thau anj othi r udurtMin; pluMKiun, itv papers
proe this. I'nder hin cientiU trtatnitntbloo land
ckln dlases, pain in born1, red Mp.n, Hiiru throat
and mouth, uli ers, painful nuclltinf. kidney and
hladdercoinpltiutK, hLuldiu; iullauiuiation. uravid.
tiudi m loped orujut, weak back, loot wtalitt, arn
fpiedil) pciimiii titlv mri'ij. Mn about to ninrr
shoul Itoumilt OLD DK. (.HINDI H. Et ry wupuli
mt'iit rr moved suffered, do not wttMe time i"itiin
lesHHkilful plnHkitiin K iip'inber, OUi DK. i-UIN-DEE
neir fails OEr ICE OVEll 1 r Yl.Ht at 171
Wtl )2th ut , b twe u th and 7th hh dite free.
Medicine, 1. Hours, i to Suuda n, j to a.
OLD lU. ;UE . LI virt a ftpoi Inlbtt In
dlMfni' ut mt'ii 1111I3 t,ui kt tit i enuunent euro
Kunaiitcid in all thu tl scant h pci tibar to men,
blood p ion. Kkiu dl-t as,', M hie) and bladder
trouble, wc.vkii' hi. n m in dfbil tj,4 rrora of j outh,
bad drtrtiiiH, iiinb i 1 -in d orkiati-., Impodinientri to
ltiHrr;ii.', c IVumiU ub) Dr (,re nr'-tj lie I the
oblfait 1 otahlHn d and the buiceiit in practii e of any
1 taliht 111 tht t ity 1 Hllce ocr lrt y ears at 120
I.aot 17th ht . mar I ui-m n iuar Hour t to it, Hun
xh to .t 'ientitlr tiettmnt adlv frpe.
MtdliiDo unly To ent No lid run unless 1 u rid.
A -nil ASD.MUs SIMpsON.the leadlnc simciab
V. 1h(h in N w ork, Miit 1 1 Mit'iilly tirat all ffinale
conipUltits and iru.'ularitlei. .'. tarrt' exierleuce,
prlatf said'atiuni, t mined urn-sen, tnatment mnr
aiitted; free c uiidrntial advice, it to p. 22 Wet
27th at . neui Uruadwar.
A.- . A. -Ul'ICK I. ST I i: II M A N KNT
CI It Km dii-iMms .if inrii, dangerous lancfi solicit
ed, relief at unit tho-ti dolrln inly tircttUss
Lientme tnatmt nt h. uM call lhe leading epe
clalist, Dr DouLhur, UT Wei-t 22d bt., y to d, 7 ton,
Sundair-, 10 to l.
-DU COMlU,ssANUMtTM.-RMentinc,ski..
-i ful treuliuent of all diseai4(s or women, private
rooms. rervcotneuiace and appllanct, consulu
tions tt A M. to up M Call or wnta for booklet.
Il7wst47thst. TU ,1320 3bth,
DOCTOR Mn. HEINIUr.D tre&U femala irniu
Urilit'ti, stiuzle, married, So years' experience:
711 7th a., near 48th st.
W'Kpnaitheli cure all female Irreffnlaritiea or re
' turn money regular plnslclau, .10 jearw expe
ricnci (onuultatiou fne, Dr and Mrs AMEH, 144
t2Hdi-t
9RWKhH0TUST Dr. Cm we curr Irregular
j-u itii at ouce without pain or luediclue. fee
REAL ESTATE BOARD OF BROKERS.
(CitB g,rnt (fttatf.
Ilorough of Mniilmttan For Sale.
AboTn 14th 8t. Oth At. to North lUnr,
HAMILTOrTTERRACE.
Tat thecabla can to Uttb at) two abort black,
aati reatrlcKd on Tr7Mei centra of Hamilton
Uranse
punciiASE on kent.
Ulgh claaa thrf-atory ami baaftnnt dwelllnir
42, 44 and 62. ItIck to-ilar luitrr than erar asalnt
trm to anlt. We will alJ rent one or two of tliea
honara and iriv option for purcliaati decoration
to ault.
Critical inapwtlon lnvltad.
tVH.I.IA.M '. LKSTKK,
VarDrck Bludlo llnlldlug. Mh ay. and BCthat.
Kntt Slile-Abore 14th St.
MADISON AV.ncar lfllat t.-Fivo tnrr Dmbl
Hala. tUA.oou cb, rai-7 term. CtniLLB
CAIlltKAl'. 2K5 tlrand at . nearjlowerj;
1HT A., nnrthpwt cor. in;th at Lota I00.BH18.
CYltll.l.E CAKHKAII, 2.15 Orandt.. near llimcrr.
Tl i1" ST.. UM KABT.- Full aim flat, fully rented!
J AVJ laa vrell, aiHiial fllacount for quick aate.
CYIIIM.KJ'AIIUKAU, Tin Grand al near Howerr.
Uurough of Uroux.
1JF.ST LOrATF.D T11IIEK I.OT3 in SSd ward, north-
J J eaat corner nd av. and lttMd at.
rj'IlllXK CAI1IIKAU. 236 Orandat.. near Ilowerr.
1 K7TII ST.. (130 EA,'T. weat'of Melrnae v.
Xtl r.nxioi). with good lioiiac, only n,ooi.
CYltH.I.K CAIIKKAU, 2UA Grand at., near Ilowerr.
Co 3ft for guittiiUjSjCi gurporicfj.
HoraceS. Ely & Co,
OFFER FOR RENT
DealraWo Odlccs In
Wilks Building.
15 U'nll St.,
Stevens Building,
14 to 18 Wall Nt. mid 3
Nassau St.,
59 and 61 Wall Street,
67 Wall Street,
Wallace Building,
GO-08 IM110 St. and 2-28
Cedar St.,
Prescott Building,
5 to GO IVassau and 28
fohn St.,
Saltabls (or Jewellers.
860 Broadway,
Unions.!., Cor. 17th St.,
Very light suite of offices.
Presbyterian Building,
150 Fifth Ave., Cor. 20lh St.
Mohawk Building,
lOO Filth Ave., Cor. 21st St.
Sheridan Building,
Il'way, tth St. and Oth Ave.
Desirable stores and o dices; verrllcht.
Holland Building,
14 JO IP way, Cor. 40th St.,
Stores and Offloo.
Milbank Building,
Cor. Aladlson Ave.
IVos. BO and 45 E. 42d St.,
Larce Hcht offices, near Grand Central Depot.
For particular nppiv to
HoraceS. Ely & Co.
64 Cedar St. 27 West 30th St.
FOB KENT.
OFFICE'S AND FLOORS
1 1 1 Water St., near Wall St.
108 Front St., near Wall St.
Apply to Ja.itor on prrmlaes or to
S. K. JAYNE & CO.,
254 WF.ST 23D ST. Bt LIBERTY BT.
Teltpboneai-lRth St.
DESIRABLE Temple Court
MDMCD 3 TO HKKKM N ST.,
Ill) nil til II" T ISU Aw.tll ST.
SSf,,Cft rulandT "whiting,
I U LCI. ON PItKMISKS
S110K BTDItr. established :) reara, nortliweat
corner !M a. anil Hdth at., with leaae. A:c.
C'iKIIXE CAKIIKAl', 2I1D Orand at., near lloweir.
Jltt'dUng Houf. ITo gTct.
Cnfurnlahed.
FOK I.KA.SII.
18 AND 20 WEST 25TH ST.
r.Oltirl u.
Near Hoflninn House.
SuItaMo for Business or Club.
S. F. JAYNE & CO.,
3o4 Vl&T 231) ST., AM) S5 LIliEKTT BT.
Telephone 43,.,-ltith St
S750T
Three atory, liluli atoop. urlok rtwellln.
130 EAST 122d ST.
Apply cm pro mist a, or to
., ,S. F. JAYNE & CO..
Telephoni. 4:12- Isth 2r. eat 23.1 at.
20 EAST 33D STT
1-onr-atnry, hlah-atoop atom ilwellinc. ilestrable
Iiuhimk locality. ,. K. JAVMI .V ro
Telejihone 4 12 IRth t4 Went 2.1il at.
I OTH KT.. 114 WI.ST.-Thr-e.atorvanctbaaemcn
lucYHILLK CAItltEAU. 2JS Uraml at .near
Bowery.
l')l bT BT..420 KST"-Tlme 7nl-yanii"ba.eincnt;
-1--' CUtlLLLlAiillKAI',
235 Uraml l.. near Dowi-ry.
tlrrt goavil.
Ol'U ollico arforili jiartiea eichansinu' reference
niijiortunltiea of finding aiartm-nta (houackcep
inir. bachelor, hoteli fnrnlahed, unfurnished, board,
moms, without anawerinclndenniteadterUscment.
verthinir In.pected, have complete desLnptlona.
MANIIATTAN AI'AltTMEST CUMPANV.
1133 Ilroadway. adth.
HARLEM THE SUN,
110 WEST 12BTH ST.,
BRANCH, " T.
gtnl (glntf. gtnl (ggtalf.
The Greatest Office Building in the World.
Park Row Building
Nos. 1 3 to 2 1 Park Row
(Opposite General Post Office).
Ready for Occupancy.
Modern fire-proof offices building, con
taining nil latest improvoraonte nnd
convoniouces, including 10 olovatore.
EVERY OFFICE DIRECTLY LIGHTED.
OfBco spaco on oach floor will bo
divided to suit tononta.
For plans and farther particulars apply to
DOUGLAS ROBINSON & CO., Agents
55 Liberty Street, N. Y.
AGENTS' OFFICE ALSO IN THE BUILDING.
City aUrnl (fjitntf.
Borough of Muiiliattuii For Sale.
IIOl'SES KOK SAT.K
In all icctiona of New York city
for ln eatmeut or occupancy.
STANDARD UKALTY COSIl'ANT,
OOJ.Iherty at.
Uorouffli of Brooklyn Sulo or Rent.
SUBSTANTIAL, ARTISTIC
HOUSES,
brick nd alone: eery IniiiroTtment and luxury:
delightful, reatrictcd neighborhood; near Proapect
Park, 80 minute from Park row by Flatbuah a.
ran $7,000 to lll.too: and for circular. 1IENRV
w RIIKBRIIX, manager eatateot JohnLefferta, IS
Wlllouchby t., near Fnlton.
LARGE NEW HOUSE
FOK SALE OK TO LKT,
Nicely decorated and flnfahed with wire screens
nd weather atripa, all lmi)rovenienta; lot&onoo:
location within CO arda of Flatbuah av.. 77tl Kat
82d at., near Av. II. Inquire ncit door or of owner.
b. IIOCUL'Ok. 17J Fulton at.. New York.
Borough of Queens Solo or Kent.
EXAMINE THESE!
Four Improved, trtlstlc hourci, just fininhed;
'plendld location; 2r minute MunhatUn (romrnu
Utton, .'c.; ban:aliiit, A,f,OQ, 4,ttOO. $5,400 four
loiin, rttheri. S2.20O up, t&y terms payment.
FALKlNDt'RO, builder, opposite Murray Hill iu
tion, Flunlituv.
Ileal tfatntr Out ot the (Citjj.
Now Jersey Solo or Kent.
AT HASBROUOK HEIGHTS,
to yearly tenant, pretty detached cottaeca, all mod
ern iniirnienient.. tu monthly uwaid, Tak
1. 10 or 2 in P.M. train from Chambered, week day,
or 11.80 or 2.16 Sundaj'H lUnly 22 minute nut I
IlM A30N 4, CO . oppoiute elation.
Ahlll'IlV 1'AIIK. AI.I.KNIirilST, IIKAL.
Desirable furni.hed cottages for aale and rent.
Llhltl furnlahed o-i aindlcatlon
MILAN UOSS. AS1UUYPARK, S. J.
BDONTOK. X. J.. eleTatfon700 ft : l hour out;
lurnlahed cottacea for rent. K. J. CM1II.I..
Miscellaneous-Siilo or Kent.
FOR RENT, RIDGEFIELD, CONN.
Furnished house, one mile from nation; four
double bedmoma. stranu roonu, parlor, dining
room, laundry, bathroom and n table: abundant
wa'er suppb ; ample itronnd.; with orchard, North
Hi dee nel a 1. ( Aw minuter.' walk from houae,
Applr to 8. BCHIEFFhMN STEUllINS, 71 Uroad
way. New York, 1 etween 'i and 4 P. M.
PALISADES PARK
HT you aeen It? If not, write for free circular.
Addreaa I'AI.HADhA I'AIIK OFFICK,
131 W KST gall ST., NKW It K.
KENT 13,O00-IKVINf.TON ON HUDSON.
Ilaudaome atone and frame dwelline, IB room.
thoToush repair; good nutballdlnn: several acres
land. JAMK8 It. 1UY, 71 Broadway.
Ha gTct for u.oJnrj(a gurpojfcia.
1 98west'br6adway
(between Leonard and Franltlin New buildlnri
tore, laleRroom. loftn, el ec trio elevator; plendTd
advertising dantaei, immediate posneMlon.
CLASON BUILDING, 23 DUAHE ST!
Office. tore. Apply to Engineer.
A no factorles.'warehouaea anil mill, with power.
to let. I). W. HAYEB, 235 Broadway.
girflUnn gaou to 'gtt.
Cnfurnlshed.
S7S PER MONTii NEW 4-STORY
amkiiic'an iiam:mknt IWKM.INGS.
No. 03d and B4H i nuth Street 10 rooma. 2
bathrooma. WARRKN a: 8KILLIS, wu B-way.
nOI'Sl. to let, containing four room, on Island
near City I dand, nuluble for email club or tl sh
ine re.ort; fir tier n.ontb.
OAltV, IH)7 Code Eichange. Nw York.
tntjj and gipartmrnta Co gTct tnfur
niolicil. Above) 14th St., West Sldo.
77TIIBT..S21 KST-IUpecUWe flata, five, all
I t touma and bath, impnneinenta, $id to 120,
1 ft lTn ST- 121 WKST -Steam heat, hot water,
iw 4 and 0 room add bath. LEWI8.77 rinesu.
or Janitor.
cf tntia ami gVpjirtmctxtjs to g;t Jur
niohnl.
Above 14th St., XVfiCStoe.
2KTII ST.. 11 WF.ST. - Attractive apartment:
J aumi'turmsl) furnished, alnglo or en auite; flneai
appolntmenta: perfect serlce; moderate ratea.
gtUtt JOoara.
Kaat Hide. '
( BAMnriCY PAKE, 0(. New management: room,
vl eink-b or u aulto, ateam heat, parlor dlntng
room, refertneew, (
KAMFItCY I'ABK. ar..3.-Sultea, aingle roomT: !
VJ excellent tablo, pleasuut apring location: uiaof
prhatc park
9KTII HT.. nil HAST (near Madlaon Bijuare)
- llaudaomo large and email rooma; delightful
table board, reaemiable.
9QT1ISI' , UKAST.- I'leaajiit. comfurtablorooma,
a bicakfjat If ilalred, central location: refer
euco gl tn and required.
Jf'Tll. iw i:AST. between r,th and Madlaon av
J With Uatd. haudaumely furnished rooms, par
lor dining, refireiute,
A QTH ST,. a KVST. three doora from Madlaon ar.
-I I.vcr thing hratclaita, boaid optional,
Wrat Hide.
WAVF.RI.KY PLArE. 211,-noom nd board:
' neat, clean, aud substantial: term moderate.
Mr HAI.ll.
"IJ'TII bT, .11 W FST -Comfortably fnrnlahed
AVI homt like and cltau rooma, with good board I
and aervlco, reference, modorata.
nil! ST., 2 M-.ST -Mrdluin'aiTTd room wiTh i
board, reference; table boarder taken,
18T ST.." 23 WEST -Uandaomely- furnished
- J- double room, sultabl for two; superior table:
select neighborhood, central location
flOTil ST , 1H7 WEST.--Coiy"aecond Moor, singly
-J or en suite; prhato bath, eirellent board to
gentlemen, reaaouable.
TqTH BT U3 WEST Twollghf rooms; room
xo for doctor's office; other rooms, board and at- i
tendance unexcelled.
.Select Sonrrt Jroohlp. '
HESllY 8T.. S'.O - Desirable rooma. wirh firJT
claaa board, f 6 to ft), near Wall or South Ferry.
cf urntshnl oomu & Apartments io get
Knat Side.
AT 13 MVINnSTONPL(.'E(Stnyventrark).b-
tween lmh and 17th ata., near SLOcorge' Church.
PABK AV 1020. corner 8Mh at.-Parlor: doctor,
dentiat, alao otheraunny, homelike Tooma; alcove
room, party gcntliMen: references.
CT1I AV.. r.on, AND 121 F.AST"23I HT.-Flegant
' large and email Moma; prttatnbath: alaoatudioa,
elevator: good attendance; moderate prices, janitor,
treat Side. .
91 ST.. BB WEST.-Oood rooma. well fnrnUhe d. In
A quiet, private houae; translenta accommodated:
referencea exchanged.
bTTn BT., 88 WEST.-Furnlshed suite; private
J" bath, also single room; hous and attendance
unexcelled.
4..ITir ST.r228 WEST(flrt apartment') namT
r Xaomely appointed parlor; anltable for physician
or partj of gentlemen, alao square room,
AA TH ST.. 21 WEST.-IIandaome room en suite;
tt suitable three bachelor, large, light hall room;
hotel accommodations; referencea.
A ITII ST7 2S6W)ivrI.argc. light back parlor.
i rcloaeta, running water: euitable doctor, den
tiat. terms modernto; references
1 KTH 3T 22 W Esfl'iiexceptlonable accommo-
t- datione for sea eral adults; highest references
given and required, board optional.
4 ftTU, 1 28 WEBT Large and aroaH roomsTaiinny
J - and pleaaant, house aud attendance excep
tional; referencea required.
4 KTII ST.. 715 WE8T.nandom parlor floor ?or
i-phylclan or dentist, alao largo room; all con
veniences, desirable location.
,W?ffJ,T'' H" WllSTATlOBIKSni.
AIII.K KOtMI WITH 1'KIVATK HATH.
4rTII ST., 217 WEST.-SIcelr furnished small
m.j rooms; all comenlcnces; tcrma moderate:
breakfaat optional.
4 QTil ST., U2"VEST -Large, handsome lcov.
ju room, front, grutlcmen only.
R)!) hT 257 WEST -Pleaaam rooms for gentle--
men d; airing excellent accommodatlona with
priaate family, central location.
5STHST". S48 WEST.-A largTrneaTljTurnlshed
-' room: auperlor attemlance, all conveniences.
I near I. and cable.
fJQTII ST." 35H W EST'-LadrTiTTrint l"rg light
yJ room to gentleman; bath; private apartment;
tn,
rjnfll BT.. B3 WEsTFronralcoT parlor, suit".
' able couple; two gentlemen; ateam heat hath:
aingle room. OltAIIAM.
41 itrniiahff. oomji to tt gtooh!jn.
piVFAPPI.EST.. B8. nelgbts. n-ar hridge.-rieaa-
ant moms, every convenience; sanitary plumb
ing, references.
wan tcaratru.
THE SUN
Newark, N. J., Branch.
ADVEItTISEES MAY LEAVE OIWEItS AT
7V I1RIIAU ST.. WHKHi: Tllh SAME CAKE
A!?AT.TFJ,TI0N "'L "K MIOWS A3 AT
MAIS OFFICE. NO EXTRA CUAltQEa.
AMERICAN LINE.
FASl' KXIMtK-aS SKKVICK.
KKW iOKK-SOUTIlAMI'lON-1 ONDOX.
Calling Wvathuiiml at ( lierbourg.
-. . balling Wodneadajaat 10 A. M.
Bt Iuls April 12 St Loui May 8
Pane... April ltf Paris May 10
ewiork. April2H St. Paul.. .. Mayl7
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YOIIK-ANTVtERP-PAIUS.
Every Wednesday at 12 noou.
flouthwark ...April 12 I Ken.ington April 28
tteatemland April lu Noordland May 8
These ateamer tarry only second and third class
pawengers at low ratea
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION POMPANY.
rier ltaud IB, N;R. 2(?i 'ipowllng Green.
C U N A R D L I N E xJk q ''eknstowjJ
, From Pier 40. N. II.. foot Clarkson st.
Etrurla April 16. A. M. Umbrla Apiil 2,o A. M.
Campania. April 22.1P.M. Lutaula... May 11 1 p M
MCUNO.NlI.llllOi, .NA.CO..G.U Agt..:ilfowliugGr;.ei;
FKKNTII LINE.
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIUECT LINE "IO HAMIE-PAIIIS (I ItANCF)
hailing eiery haturdaj at lu A. M
rom 1'ierNo. 42. North Itler. foot Morton at.
I.alliolagne. ,, April lfi INormandle May n
Lalourallie. April 'il 1,4 Churnpague May in
Latlaauign April 2u Iji Ilretigne . May "u
FlrBt claaa passage to Havre. 6r. and upward
Pen 1 Agency for U B andJJan.allowllngClreen.N Y.
HAMBURG.AMERIC44N
TWIN-SCREW FAPI1ESS LINE
NEW M)UK I'AHIS-I OMlO.S-IIAMntmO
TWIN WUK.W l'ASSKNi.Elt Sl.llViCE.
Nl.W lOIIK-HAUilllll. UIKKCT
NEW YORh-LOSIlON -PIIH-HAMHURO
HW.lN.MMl Al-Kll.-JOIH tli Me.m.r.
of tins hrralco will touch 11 1 Plyuimith and
Clieiliourg 011 the- way to Hamburg.
For uallinga, etc., apply to
Company oture, 87 llw ay. N Y 'Phono 1K7I Broad.
NJORTH GERMAN IJ.OYD STEAMRHtpYo
1 hUORT HOI IE IO I O.NDON AND CONTINENT
FAST hXPHESB BlEAMEltS.
K.WmJJ.O.Apl 11.1U4.MIK. Fmdrlcb Apl. 25
Lahn.Tn .Aid IH.10A M. Travo.Tu.,May2 lOAil
OELllICliB A, CO.. 2 Howling Gretn.
OLD IIOIIINION- MNK.
DAII.V mm I K.
For Old Point Oumfort. Norfolk. Newport News
Portsmouth, Pluuer'a Point and 1th huuind. Va cont
ncetlng for Pcterabur. Uichmond. Mrglnla Iliach
W ashlngton, I O , and entire South and West '
Freight and Passenger Steamers sail from Pier 26
North RHer, fuot of lkach at , Mou . Tues Wed
Thur . Frl . 8 P. M . Sat 4 p M . Sunday a 1'. M '
W L. 01 II.LU DEC. Vlcu-IT... audTralfio Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINeT'
NEW YOltK-Ql-FENaiOWN-UVEltl'Oo"
Britannic April 12. noon t'jrarie April 24. r M
Teutonic .April lu, noon Mjjtatli- May 3 noon
For passage, freight and general information ap
P'"' IIITi: STAR LINK.
Pier 4B, North River, Omce, u Broadway, New York.
.aUt-oatl-i.
erTer A I L ROADl
Through tiailua leave New York, foot of chambera
street, a follow and Ul e minute tarlier from West
Will A" rV.ast',,VIe r.xpres. daily for Ring
tJ.UW hamton,Waverl.hiuilra, Dmlalo, Bradford
arrives UuUalo H p M. parlor Car to lliidalo.
'(10 i',,.V.,-,'V."uL.V.1V ''"'ted-l'a.t mail dally.
Solid train for Chicago, arrives ut ClovoUnd
7 40 A. M.. Chicago c, p II. Blttj.era to LhUago
CIm land and ( 111. iniiatl. Klniiigiar "-"'K",
7'ft ' M.-Uuttlo and Clonlaud Wstlbuled
I .tlVJ txprr.a dallj, airivea Butlalu 7 0", A. M..
Bradford 7 0 A M., Jamentoiui 7 110 , M . Youm-a
town 10.27 A. M ,0le eland 12 JO P M Hirenrra 10
Buflalo aud ('level ind. Cafe Library Car. '
fl-ln f"; . Ii-1- liU trlii for Illnghamton.
".A'f.Umlr.. Waverly. thliago. Sleepers to Ilor
nellav Hie. Chicago and Cincinnati. Dining ( 'ar
I'lCKETS. LOCAL IIME CARDS AND 1UI.LMAN
Iai'IOMMODATIONB at 111. 11.1. 2B1. 4D1 ami
(iH7 Broadway, 127 lluwerj, inn Eat r.'.'.th at. and
278 West 12Mh at Chambera and Uist 2.1d St for'
rics, New York, 3.1J ami J110 Fulton at . ih Ilmul
way, Ilrookljn 122 River st . llolioken. and Jerey
Cltr htatiun. New jork Transfer ("o, call for and
check baggage from hotel aud nsldemc to destina
tion. a
gnl.ron'.icr.
Pennsylvania
nLXXaiKLOa-3l.
Bl'ATIONBfootof ttKil J.tllnl'.aiul DESUIIOBSEa
aud CORTLANDT SIS.
47- The leaving time from Desbrosss and Cort
landtsta. Is lu minutes later than that given below
for 23d at. station.
7iBO A. .11. FAST MAIL. Pullman Buffet Tarlor
Car Now York to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car Pittsburg
to Chicago, No mai hi a to Pittsburg, . .
BiW) A, JI. FAVr LINK. -Pittsburgsnd Cleveland.
Kino A. .11. PENNblLVVMA LI Mil KO.-Fullman
Couipartini lit Bleiidug, Inning, Smoking, and Ob
rrvatlnii Cars. For Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo,
Cincinnati, Indian ipoiia Loulsvllli , St liuls.
11.10 I'. M. L1IICAGOANU ST. I.OUI8 EPRK 5B.
ForN'aslnllle .via CllK'luliatll, ludlauapolls, Chi
cago. Bt. Louis
Bi.K r. II. WESTKIIN EM'l(hH8.-For Chicago.
I or Toledo, rxc it Satlirdal,
7140 I'.M.SOI HIVl.srHlN i:irRES.-For Pitts
burg. Lloviliud, Cincinnati, Loiilsllle, Indian-
BlKlllS, si. Louis.
7i40 I". .11. l'AtlFICF,PItrs-ForPittsburgand
( hicago. lor hmnwlle. dally, via BliKiiaudoah
Valley Route, connects for Cle eland except Sat
urday. Biaa 1". M. MAIL AND I'.Xl'lil'SB.-Piillman Buffet
Sleeping Car New York In Alloona, I"st I.lborty,
Illtsbiirg. aud points Aet, dully exi-upt buudai .
No coaches.
WASIIINT.TON AND T11K SOUTH.
T.r.o, 4:.'o, :2n, 1..611 DlnlngCari. 10 MuDlulngCar)
A M , lJ.fjO, l.r.o, 2:Oi.t:.o"i'n:igrealonalLlni ,"
all Pirlorand Diiilugl ars), 4:2oiDlulug Can, 4 f.0
(Ulniug Can. r.u P. M., l'J or. night sundaj.
H120, ii:2D, 10 hi'ibiiiinir Carl A. M., 12 W. 2 no
iH.2ii"Coiigri'asonal I.I111 ." all Parlor and Dining
Cais . 4 211 aiming Cur), 4:C0 1 Dining Carl, B..0 P.
51 . 12:nr, nl lit
BOI'rilF.UN IHILWAY.-Exprcs. 2:S0, 4 20P.M.,
12.or night dull.
NO1II0I.K AM) WEHTi:ilN RAII.WAY.-For Mem
iihn and New Orleans. 2:o P. .11. dailv.
Al LAN 110 COa-ar LIMC-Kxprtss, ti.20 A. M. and
m nop. M. dallj.
CHI'S 1'EVKL VND OHIO HA1L1VAY.-4IS0 T. M.
dally.
FOIIOLI) POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.-7.60
A. M. wick iljisatnl 7:40 P.M. dall).
A'l lANflO Oil V.- I CO P. M. weik dai s(I)esbrossea
and t'onluidtstieeis, 2 HIP. M 'lliro igh Veatl
billed 1 1 1I11 llutlet Parlor Cirs, Passenger Coach,
and ( vuiibiued i oat h.
CAPE MA.- 12 F.li P. .11. week dajs.
Long Biaiiih, Aabury Park (luti rlaken, Sundayal,
(Kiau Grove, uud Point Pliaaaut uroiu Uest
Tueuty-thlrd Street Station). S r.u A. .11., 12:20,
;i:-n. and 4:60 P. M. suuilaa, 11 20 A. M., 4.ro P
M itrum Deablunfea and Corttuudt Mteote), H 10
A M.. 12 r.u. 4U, aud 0.10 P. M. Sundays, u. 45
A. M.. 0.1GP. M.
I OU IMIII.ADI'I.l-HIA.
6-in, 7 20. 7 Mi, h 211, M.iu, n:.'o 111 r.oPenna Lim
ited , u r.o ilJiu nCari. in ru (Dining Cap. 1 1.00
A, II , 12 So. 1 ::.i, 2 r.u, :t:Bii, 4 2(i, 4 20 (Dining
lap 4 r.o (Dining Cap, 5 Mi (Dining Cap, 7:4t,
S On P. M ,12 u. night Silndats, H.m. M 2u, H.r.n,
li 20, 11 r.o (Limited 1, 11 BO, 10 Mi (Inning Can A,
M , 12'Gu, 1 ro (Dining Can, .'.r.o, u -,u. 4 20 (Din
ing Car), 4,r.o (Dining Cur), 0 CO (Dining Cap, 7:40,
M bop M , 12 u:. uigul.
TlcWtotllitaNo 4ill,u44, 1 luil, l.V,4,111,.nd2iU
lirnadwai, 1 Astor House. West Twenty. third
Street staiiou, and stations foot of Dosbrosses and
i'i rtlandt streits, 4 Omit htnet, sill) l'ultun
Street, lm Br aduay and Pennsj lvanla Annex Sta
tion, Brookln, station, Jersey City. 'lh New
York 'iraustir (ompany will call tor and check
baggage rrom huula aud resltlencea through to
destination.
Telephone "27C7 Eighteenth Btroet" forPennayl
vauia Railroad Cab Uervlce.
J. B. UIJICHlNhON. J. 11. WOOD.
General Manager. General Pasa'r Agent,
NEW YORK CENTRAL
All through trains stop at Albany, Utlca, Syracuse,
Rochester and Butlalo.
Train leave Grand Central btatlon aa follows:
8, 'II 1. M - Dally, except sundjya. Famoua EM-
OWfIRE STAlffTlXPllhaa. LIMITED.
Fantist tlatu in tin ullcl. Due BllDalo 4:45. Nl
agaia Falls 0.1.', Toronto U.OO P. M Detroit 11.10
1' M. Limited to its seating cspaclty.
8. If: A M FA-aT -MAIL. Daily-For Buffalo, Nl-.-'-'
ugara Fulls ard Cleviland.
1 ( i-'-W I A- M.-IIAY niPlUas. except Bundaya
AV.tlU torBunaloandull important New York
Mat, points.
1 'f .ft '' M-" SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED AND
J. JJ CHICAGO SPECUL. Daily-tor Columbus,
1 .uUunatl, Iudlanapolla, St Louis and Chicago.
'-l.'-lll P- M. TROY AND ALBANY SPECIAL, ex
j..jv cept Sundai . St ip at Important stations
f".in 1 M.-LvhE SHORK LIMIThD, Dally-24
U.tJU hour train for Chit ago, via Lake Shore. Du
('! veUnd 7:40 A M . Chicago 4.30 P. M. Bleep-
6 lug and parlor ars oulv ,
,)A P. M-HhSl'l.RN EXPRESS, Dailr-For
av-M-' Niagara I alls, luronto, Cleveland, Toledo,
D'troltandChkagn.
.9 ." M.-NORIHERN ENPItl'.Ss. mily-ror
if.sJ Moutreal nnd. 1 x . pt sutunhiy, for O.tawa.
7.U1J P. M -UllKOMUCIv MUl NTAI.SB AND
I.OU MO.SrilEM. lAi'ltE-,3 Dalli Via I'tlra
b.')( I". II -HUIFALO AM) SOCTllUESrEKN
.OU hPI.l IVL. Dallj-For NlakKra Falls, Clove-
9 laud, CiiKlunati, Inuianapolls and St Louis.
.1 rz P. .11 .-PA IFIC i:PRE-H. Dallj-For O.
W"'H"- Ogdcutbtiig. Butlalo. Niagara Falls.
leu land, Toledo, line go and, oxii-pl Satur-
LiIhv, for Cape lin eut nnd the Auburn mad
9. Id Ml.llT-MlDNK.IIl EXPRESS FOR CHI
ii.LYJ CAUO-Kiry nigbtcxitiit Sunday night.
Sunday night Ctilt ago sleepers leave at ti.lC.
IIAKI.ICM l)I1rl,I().S.
0:15 A. M. aud 1 55 P. M. Dally, except Sunday, to
Plttsfleld, bundaya only at . 211 A. .11.
Wagner Palace Cam on nil through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Pintsch light.
Ticket nlhcesat 1 111. 2(11, 418 and 42 Broadwar.
25 1 ulon b'l IN , 2,t0lolumbus av 01 West 120th
t , Oiand Centrul Station, 120th St. Station, and
limth st Station, Ni w lork, nits and 72(1 Fulton st
and lOti Broadway, E D , Biooklyu.
lth phono "27un Thirty-eighth atreet" for New
lork Central Cab Service. Baggage checked from
hotel or residence bv Wusteott F.i 1 ress Company.
GEORGE H. DANIELS, General Passenger Agent.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN R.R
Stations lu N'mv York, font of Ilurclny anil
. . thrlstoiilirr stroet.
M.STIIU'M-.'lltAI.Ns, l'LI.l.MAN I1D1TET
Alls, I'INTstll I.K.HT. "'lr'L
SiOOA. SI. Binghamtou Mall, stopa at principal
i-tationa.
10.00 A. .1I.-(Cafe Can-Buffalo. Bcranton, Blng-
hainpton.Oncgo, Ithaca. Elmlra. I'tlca, Syracuse
and Oswego hxi'tess. Pullman buffet parlor lars
connei ting at HuOalo with train for chlcagoand
points West.
1KMI I'. .II.-iDallyi-chlcagoaiidHuiraloVestlbuled
Lxpresa for hmntim, Biughamt'ni and Elmlra.
Ac. Pullman buUet parlorcara loF.lmlra. Through
sleeping 1 ara uud day Loach to Chicago, arriving
at 4:15 P. M. next da).
sliOO p. .11.-Bcranton. Wilkesbarre and Plymouth
hi pre. Pullman buffet parlor curs,
7iOO l M. Dall) '-Chicago Vi stlbulo Limited Ex-
pn aa for s rantnii, Blnghamton, Llmira, Biidalo.
Through bullet sleeping 1 ar New York to Chicago.
Dlulng car west of Buffalo.
81:111 1'. .11.- Dallj i-liuiialo Express, rullman
;leeperaforscranton,lllngnamton, Elmlra. Bath.
Mt Morris and IiuBalo, arrtilng Buffalo s A. M.
Oi.lO 1. M.-(I)ailj) -Buffalo. Bcranton. Bingham-
ton, Owego, Ithaca. Hlmlra. Bj racuse. I'tlc. and
Oswego Express. Pullman buffet aleepers.
JOH SCBLIRBAN SUNDAY TRAIN SERVICE e.
mall tables.
Tickets and Pullman accommodations at ITenry
Care A Sons. Ltd., 118 Broadway. 14 Park place, 42it
and U42 Broadway. Tickets at ferry station., nt
4th a., cor. 12lh at., Ml West 120th at.. 230 Colum
bus av , New lork, J3S nnd 72l Fultun st . and lOd
Broadway. Brooklj 11. llmetablea gl lug full Infor
mation at all stations
Westcotfs Ex press Compnnv will cnll for and chock
baggage from hutil and rtslduuce to destination,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
Btatloni foot of West 23rd, i.ortlandt and Desbrouc
. Blr.'.et' ,l',r"i- K I! Ferries )
Tirao West 2Jrd Btn et other Ogurea Cortlandt or
Desbroasssbtreets. t Dally except bunilay. J Sunday
onlv inner (rains dally. '
IS'li.' 29!i .- M HSl1 for kabton-.
'..iO.M.lJ) A. M. For, HI'FFALO. NIAGARA
FALLS and Wet, and principal local points. Parlor
anil Dlulng Cars. Connects for Coal llrancheat
t'l I. All, l'J, 00 Noon, "black diamond
EXPRESS." Handsomest train in the wivla LiuT.
lied to sealing capacity Due buffalo vss p M , con
necting with through sleepera to Detroit and Chicago.
Dlolu.-Or .cnlcca lacstlc.
MM..in, 1.011 1MI .!,K,?UK!t-8,B,'n,V-'
l-a.SU -1.1U P. M.11 st''.AN ION, Coal Branches
,...- ::(fd Intermediate points.
TM..10.S.t.'S P.M. Local for MAl'Cli CHUNK.
ri..10...'JOP M. Local fr l.ASTON
1-.,0, U.vill P. M. Local Express for EARTON
M..1U. (I.1U P.M. For llunu.o ard points West
Through ill" ping Cars to Chicago snd Toronto.
nva,'.?.-''."'''"" '', M ''''"' for IUIFALO and
TOI.O.N 1.). Vine but Sleeping pBr paicngcri carried
iinra-?.,!is-,f'f.1 M' iuT ll HAl'v. Hot lihSTLIt,
I Tmi-t i. '"''',"-! ,'. Bleeping ( ar. 10 Chicago
S)l TH PL INI IELD and BOUND BROOK locals,
Si 1,e.IF,c';nt B'inUaj . '10 53, in si a m ("2 20. 2 W to
bouth PlalnBrld only). "Sjn. 4 311, a W and 3D P. M.
2 ?!" ""'' Pullman accommodsllons at IIS. 161. 773.
"VM and 1334 llrnadway, -'1 Tnlon "nuarn West.N.Y ;
tai Fultnn St , 4 ( onri si , 98 liroadwuy and Brooklyn
Annex Station, Brooklyn
N. V Transfer in will call for and check bat-gaga
from hotel er re ildence through to destination.
New York and Boston Ail Ral
N ., N II. k 11 It It. und connections.
From Grand Central Station,
Leave i j way of Due
.," " JJ-. Bpringfteld and Worcester. 3 to p II.
..!'."..A Jl .,,'!'""donsndl'roidence,s 3UP1I.
l(l IMAM, Ne Loiiiliiuandl'riivldi'iieo.4 T,PM
1. nu 1 hi.rliigitdd nnd Hi t.r, ,' I'i
'.' ,"!.' !,' vJ ' v'r I:i"'.'l Wllllmantlc. ' fl.no ' M
., !: I, .! .0''w 'oiid.uiandl'roudence.7 OOP. M.
J:on P II., NcwImdouandl'roMdeuce H oo P II
t !!". I v - :"""-'' ' " Worccst. r. li) no p.m:
tYi . m ' Is"! '"'"""s'i'l Providence 11 miimi
'. . .:J"1'i'-n'"'l "tld Hiirceater. I, 15 A. II
II j nu l' JL, New London and Providcncc,U.25 A.M
Itiiiisdail. luiludnigMindai,
I'lUi State Limltid, all parlorcara; fare 7. in.
eluding parlor car seat. ,,,1
lAir Line Liuiitid. arrivea and derarta from Park
Siiiiaro Station, Boston Return s rvicu aamo hour
and by tamer, utc. (Will stop at 125th st.
Thruugh parlor and alieping eurs by eachtraln
C T HLMPsrhD l.en. Pass. Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
r.1 III Dl LI. IN 1 I 1 ) I NOVhMHER 80 IMm
I,e.iv e New 1 ork. hltehall Terminal south Fei r'y)
and foot of Libcrtv street. ""
i-iiiiaif .a.,nx:'V.,-.,n,,a''. . ts"n'lrs.
1 ". P SI an 1M- ir nl -hi"" ttty "'"'.
o1:lT,'-1i1"'.'l.'M.4.i03'1An,,U-n,,rm I-lb ""
Cl-.r li''1?. ' '' A M- s f. p. m.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS
..YisU.,Jro,:V BALTIMORE. 17 "srsoiiiiner)
1125 A M (Dineri 112 55 P. M tl 2.1 D Sari
2.5. (' Rojal Limited." Kxc.u.ltvpullm.n twin '
4 .'.5 Dineri '. r.r, p. M. and 12 lo tiiih? vnii'
FOLK tl2C5p. M --"" -'" Ulht. NOR-
A.11 tialu.an ttlunilnated with Pintach Light.
Offlcea nu. 172. 2rtl, 414. 1284 Broadway 25
Union si W . 127 Bowery, N. Y.. 83 Fulton at ISO
rwe'i V - ,";"n.1",- " ',i!e"11 TcrnilSaL BageiSS
checked from hottl or resldeme to dctlnuJn.
Boston and New England Points,"
VII BOUND LIN KM.
FALL niVKH l.I.M!, via Newport and Fall
River. Leave Pier 11), N. R, foot of Warrrn t .
week days only, at C 30 P.M steauiir Pi YSli)l'
sad PIIXIKIM. Orchestiaoueaeh
tilONlMITON LINK, via Btonlngton Leave
Pier Ml, N. II., fool of Springs! .weik days onlr at
0:oo P. M. Steamer Maine and New llaiupshiri
NORWICH l.l.Ni:, Ma New Loudon Ica
Pier 3d, N. It., foot Spring sL.wiik ilajsoiiij.at ,)
P. M. Bteamera City of U orcesli r uud Rhode Islaii 1.
Albany Evening Line.
flteamcr PLAN RICHMOND and IHIVW will Irav,
Pier 32. N. It, font Canal St., at HP. M. dail .Sun
dais excepted), making direct (uiintetlnii vaitli
trains NorthKsst and Wst.
l.ONT. IlItANCIl AM) ll.UK, Air,
PATTEN LINE
Dally and Sunday for Highlands Seulinght 1 1sm.
uro Bay, Long Drauih, Asbur Park A Ocean (ir ..
Lv ft. 1. I.ith st , li on A 11, Bsitirj, . .in A. U,
Fri ight for Asbur Park nnd Onuii m. v,
.l-alll'HY I'AIIK .MI1I.K, S()e.
TROY BOATS.-
rAitr. lower 'HiAN ani onint iku n
Bieamir "City of Tri'i" oi 'Ontiora' hnitt
intli st. pier daily, txcept Batiuda), n p M, ,,.
ncetlng with II, iHwaro and Hudson nnd 1 .! hi it, j
trains BINDAY SIFAMLIts TOI ( 11 A I' M Kaw"
(ntaklll. Iliiilsiill mill Ciilsui kle limit.
Leavnfoot of Christopher at. dulli, ex.ciil sun lay,
atUP. M. '
VIN08TON LINE. West loth st llaili, 4 PM.
IVsatunla) at 1. Bt.aiutrn BM.DVMN and l,,i
MF.tl, fiirCranaton's. Cornwnll. Srwl mg N, w nt,.
burg, llarlbori.. Milton, Poiighkni sle, Ihdi 1 irk,
Ksopii.. Kingston, roiiliirtlng with ( AD 1: It or
all points In Catsklll Mount ilus.
"VBWIIAVKS I.INE.-Pier 20, I II Blenli.era dally
II (cxci pt Bunda) ). at 3 P. M mil 12 in iiinght
KA1IMIIELL I.INE.-Stcatilers Imvei 1 i,r 24, N P..
root l'raiiklm n . I.ir West Point ( Id m ,ii g,
('ornwall, lishklll Inidlligatid Newbuig, w, ckdaia.
f. P. M..Slllid.i.li V- M
I-uliUc aiotirc.
pOST OFFICE NOTK E. " '
(Should be read DAILY bj all Inlerrsted as rhnncs
may occur at uu tlmo i
Foreign in ills for the week ending April Ir.. ift,.o
wlllrloso iPKOItl-i I.Y In nil i as, si at the I, n.iil
Post Olllee as follow a I'MICI- Ls 1'Osl lIM's.l ,a
one hour earlier thniu losing ilim- 1 . wn lii u
11IANBAIL1MIC MAILS
TUESDAY.-At 7 A. M. for hlHliil'i:. per stein ah p
Kaiser Wilheliu eti r Grosse, via I hub uu,
Southampton ami Bri nu u
WEDNE-DAV. At 7 A. M. isilpplcmelitarv H A. M )
for LCHOl'l , per sttnmshlp M Ia ins." na
Southampton, nt u A. M. isuj.ph nu ntarj 10 in
A.M.) for LUROP1. per steamahiii Briiiinnti
via Oueeii'towti. ,u lu un A M tor HI loll It
direct, per steamship SoutlmnrK via ntueip
(letter must be directed ' l.er s.uthwiiik
THURSDAY.-At 8 A. .11 for NhrilllltL VMK direct,
perateamship Werkendatu, vi.i At isterdam let
ters must lie directed "per Wei si uitum "i
SATURDAY. At rt A.M. for EUROPE, per steam
ahlji Etriirla.viaQuienstown (letters forlranee.
Switzerland, Italy, Bnaiu, Portugal, Turker,
Eg) pt and British India must bi lirected pee
K.truria"): at 7 A.M. for FRANCE. SUITnt.
LAND, ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL. Tl'RhEV.
KGYPr and BRITISH INDIA, per sl.amslili.
I,a Bretazne,1 via Havre iletters for i iher
part of Europe luust be directed ' per La Hi
tagn"): at H A. M. for NETHERLANDS dire. I.
per atenmshlp Btstendam. via Rniti idain ileitera
murt be directed "per Btatondam' . at A M.
for ITALY, perateainshlp Saab, Ma Naplls lit.
ters must be directed "pi r -aale' ) at II A II.
for NORWAY direct, perateamshlp Nurge littei
must be directed M j.ei Norgo";.
PRINTED MATTER, Ac Oennan steamers sadin
ouTiuadaya take Pilnted Matter. Ac. fr i.sr
many, and Special! j Addressed Printed Halter
Ac. for other parta of Europe. Am, i i uu ana
White Star ateamer on Wednesdays, (Wn an
steamer on Ihtiradaje, and Cunard, lren h an 1
Ginuau eteamers on Saturdays take Pr.ntel
Matter. Ac , for all countrlea for which thej ar
advertised to carry mall.
After tho t losing of tho Supplementary Transit Jant.o
Mall named above, additional supplementary
malls are opened on tho piers of the Amerli an,
English, Trench and German steamers, and re.
main open until within Ten Mluutos of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES, A,-
MONDAY At in A M. ikiipplrimiiiarv lu.aoA II )
for FORil'NE ISLAND. S1VA.NI1LA nnd i Alt
lllAOhNA, per steamship Allighatn 1. tt.ri
for C sta Rica miut be dire, ted "per Alh
ghaliy"., at 11 A. M. for BRAZIL and H PLAT
COUNTRIES, per eleainsliip Capri, via P. roam,
burn and Rio Janeiro ilettera tor North UraHl
must be directed "per Capn "); at 12 11. Niipple.
mtlilarj 1 P. M.l. for I L.NTRA1. AMI'.KIl et
cept Costa Rica) aud soU'IIl PAC1I K poitis,
per steam-hip Advance, via Colon iletti ra f r
Guatemala must tn. illrei ti l"pirAtnure . it
a p. M. for BELIZE. PUERIO C0I11I. and
GlHTEllALA, per steamer from New Orleans.
TCF.SDAY. At S A. M. for BERMUDA, persl. aliiship
'Irlnidnd, at 1 P. .11. for MEXICO, per stiamslilp
Kartlmgo. via ITogreso and Tatuplco (letters
must bodlrei ted "per Karthago"): at 13 P 11,
forCOsTA RICA, p.-r ateumer from New Orleans:
at lor. M. lor JAM 1101. per ateamer from Phil,
adelpbla.
WEDNE-DIY.-At t2:K A.M. for NASSAU, S P,
per steamer from Miami, Fla ; nt HI A M for
PORTO RI( O direct, per I. B. Iranspon at i
P. M. for Cl'IU.vIa Havana, also I'AMPI'CHr.
CHIAPAS. TAIHSCO and i I C1TAN. per steam
ship Mgilanua letters for other parts of Mexico
must be directed " lur Vigllau. ii".
THURSDAY. At 1 P. M. (supplementary 1 .10 p M )
for NASSAl, N. P, B1N11AGO 1)E d'JIA nn 1
MANZANILLO, per steamship Santiigo, at i
P. M for JA1IAIC. persti aim r from Boston
FRIDAY. At 12.11. tor PORTO KILO, per steamship
Evelin. via Ponce.
BATl H1UY -AtsA. M. for LA PLATA COnNTRIFI
direct per steamship hatllr Prune, at in M.
(supplementim 10:30 A. .11.) for FORT I NU
1SLM). JAMAICA, 81VANII.LA. CAltTIU.,1-N a.
andOREYlOWN, per stiamship Altai letters r.T
Costa Idea must bediruetul "per Altai ". at 11
A. M. (supplementary 11 in A M) fort I lm ().
also VENEZUELA. BAIAMLLAand (AltllU
GFNA. via Curat ao. per steamahiii A It. itmriie:
at 11 A. M. for CUB 1, per steamship Orlrnlia. i
Havana (letters must be din cted " per Omaha ):
at 1 P.M. for NORTH BRAZIL, per steamship
Treaco, via Para, Maranham aud Ceara at I p it.
for NUEVITAB. GIBARA aud BARACOI. per
steamship Olinda.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sidney,
and thencn by steamer, closo at this. oill. e ,iilr
at s.doP. M. icouuectlug close heretvcri Mon
day, Wedmaday and Bntiinlaj). Madafor Mn.ii"
Ion, by rail tn Boston, and thence bi stiaiuer,
closest this office dally ot H:8n p. j Mails ri.r
Cuba, by rail to Port Tanitia. 1 la , aud them e by
steamer, close at this office dally (exci pt Mon
day) at 7 A. M., connecting closes hero every
Sunday, Wednesday aud Friday. Mails for Cuba,
by rail to Miami, Fla., ami thenne bv steamer,
i lose at thi office every Mnndav, Tuesday an l
Saturday at J2.80 A. M connecting closes hera
eier) Tuesdaj and Baturday Mails forllexuo
City, overland, unless specially addrosstd f. r
di apatch by steamer, elosent Una olllio diilyal
2:30 A. M. and 2.30 p. M. iltrgist. re.l mail
closes at it T. 11. previous du. lib glittred mall
closea at 0 P. M. tu coiid day hi fori .
TR1NSPCIFIC MAILS.
Malls for China aud Japan, per st, amsliip Empress
of Japan (from Inneouvi ri. tloub reiiallv op
to April 111 at il 3np M. Malls for China Japan
and Hawaii, per sttauishlp City uf Rio Janeiro
(from San Irnncisco), i-losu hue dally up to
Aprill4at.30P. M. Mails for Australia (ex.
cept those lor Wist Australia, wliii h are tor
"larded via Europe), N" w calami, Haw an,
Fiji und t-amoau Islands, pir stinmshiii
Mariposa (fiom Ban Fianci6eo). close hers
daily after Mareh II 10 up to il SO P
M on day of nrrivnl of steamship Cam-
iianla, which will probably arrive April 15,
tails for china and Japan, per steamship
Gleuogle (from Tacnma) closn In in daih up to
April 117 at 30 P. M Malls for the society
Islands, per ship City of Papclti (from San Frnn
ylseni. closo lieio dally up to April 24 at H 30 p.
M. Malls for Hawaii, par steamship Australia
(from San Iranclscoi, closo hern daili hi. to Aor.l
27 at (130 P. M. Mails for Ail.tialla except W..
Australiui, Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per ste unship
Aorangl (rrom Vancouver . closn hem daily uftir
April 15 nnd up to April 2 at ili.'lo P. M
Transpacific malls are forwarded tu port of sailing
dallj , and the schedule nf closing Is arranged on thn
? resumption of thMlruuliiterniptediiverland transit.
Registered mall elos. sat il p M previous daj
.. '.'HNhLII's VAN coir. Postmaster.
Post Office, New lork, N V.. April s, ISMIi.
OFALED iiroinsals. Indorsed "Proposals forrlear.
u Ingaito." will t.iirecilved at tho Bureau of ianis
and Docks. Navy Department, Washington, until t
o clock, April 2.'. ibiiii, and then and thire pul llclv
opened for clear tig the site of thn steam engineer
ing buildings at the Nuvj Yard, llronklvn, according
tospecitiiatloiiH whkh will be furnished with blanC
form of proposal hy the Conimandiiiitof the navy
jard. MOHIUCAI T KNDICOTI. Chief of Blllcau,
April 5, lbUD,
ajisinrjio' rwonnlu.
s
GRAND BAPIDS
FCRNITURK
AT FACTORY PRICES.
KXHiniTION nuiLDINO,
"Minute from 155-157
llroadwaj." WEST 84TH 8T.
... DININO r.00M IN FLEMISH
....DMNTY BEDROOMS
. . . .COLONIAL AND CHIPPENDALE PIECES
"ALTE DEUTSCHE ST1BE"
... COSEY CORNERS AND DENS .
HENnT MANNKS AND COJirAKT.
J 3)
THE SUN
Newark, N. J., Branch.
7 A"ai,I,hS!, $&&$& Saf.Ur-S
&N.IiA,,I.TS,!JT,,0-i. V"'' UK ""OWN AS AT
M.UN OFFICE. NO EXTRA CHARUL.
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