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I' THE'STJN; TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1800.' " . ' " T 91
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CBAXK AFTER HELEN GOULD'
t rri torr. letteus ash both.
rw '"" 'v rxrcnrunr.
,,10 In Itnllt. I'"! Coium from Itwn-
,tn Willi''" lt"l nml Uremia Itespee
f inlilr . t-l .linking I1M I'atml
(' fni .i il "out 1" "'" I'l'n'i" l'ntlllon.
1 1 !i Lite - ' mtalnims oxprosslons of love
S .i in '" l"ci1 t,lom "01 - I,rncko."
', j ,l, .(,im the nmn twkod forti pcnonnl In
1 nle. i'''1 f'Jll""111' m,'m Icltor n man cn,locl
a , l'(, r !" homo nml told tlio servant ho
t.i ca'icil k-p tlio niitiolntmont lio lind mado
"l tilct'ior " win onloretl awny from tlio
i .Le bit' pLiitlnued to call oneli dnv. and on
c ' ;,it ful tlio fcumo story about lint Ins
j! ImnsfiU an inton low by letter.
V "Ju, t.i 1 oim.!alned to Cant. McClusky of
ttii lielC''1''' 1"1U''IU nt 1,olleo Headciuarter
Id l'ft ' ' v,Pici'"t Kruuch was uotallod
L J?..,,,, ti man. llracke mado nnothnreall
D r'erJ.n ii 1 ritiii: "10 ,J"' wl,en tho 80r"
I -t m' ' ' ,M(' visitor wns s,1 s'cnallod to
I inttch. wli . "i i r sted him and took him to tho
a orlflii i ' 'ollr,' T'10 Je,cc"v,) told
U iijWra'e ' r,n ",;lt '10 l'9Pected thnt tho
I trlsonor n i m-'ini
1 "He I'1''1 "" ,10,,", " t'fot'hot from tlio
V west " i-ont i ned the dc(oetio.
;j t u iionhet' ' tho Mnizlsttnto nsked
mti th ( rUon
II "The l p l c 'ul '" 'own s"v I ''" w the
1 MrM3lS'-r,,,' iKled hdii If ho wa ao-
"''; ?V,?;t 1 how to be." rerlled the
u He added that, ho saw her oneo on a
1 Jamflo whil" .-n.-sltiu tho Atlantic.
i 'VhT du i hi rlto to Ik-tV" Huiutrcd tho
'ul'm V'tior can citizen I thouuht I had
thiiiriillw. lie n'l'lled. He went on to say
SS he hid t"ed t- coniniuulcatc with Miss
"aid ovet the teloidione. but ImJ not sue-
"?ii nrli'iier "aid he wnt an author and hnd
I .nitJn i ineial hoiikx In the West. Ills most
wilt nvtk win "fixifor's Silent Alironl to
Ik. Vmeri-in l'eoi'lu ' Ho had also written
"v iJlt t" tti- (Jueennfthe West." His
im he i-prled. i. at (icrmanla, Kossuth
S'r In He came to this city two wseka
S and rut up at the Westminster .Hotel.
TniLSL place and Mxteentli street. Ho was
kiroln veden. nas 40 yri old. slnirlo. and
une to thl eountrt twenty j ears iibo. Maitls
iritf t'nino nmmitted him tc Ilellovue llos
J for e-mlnatlon us in IiIh , sanity.
tneWfiminstiT Hotel It wns said that
ri'i lirvke Ii ul leen Hiero since last Friday.
hen h nioi'd there fmm the Hotol America
hrrolnrue trmih,s. The man dresseawell.
, lll hat ami liad the npponrnueo of a
1-tn-do fcri-on The hotel people said they
Jld cot uotUe anthinn erratic in his conduct.
m on in w.' rrsTosi house site.
Ib OiiY-riiini'iif Iti-proseiitntWcs Will He
lln Condi'Uiiintlmi l'riiei'eilliiBs nt Once.
Collector Dldwell and tho commltteo repre
Mtlin the owner of the Uowllnc Oroen eito
(nr the proposed nw Custom House had a
consultation with 1'nlted States District Attor
terHiirnctt at tho Federal bulldlnc yesterday.
which it was decided to bccln condemnation
rrxeedlngs at once Assistant United States
D.triet Attorney Lloyd will hao chatROottho
roceedincj. He expects to obtain title for tho
Government by the middle of July. Collector
Bidwelt said that construction would probably
lnneitJanuiry
There are sixteen proport v owners interested
In th" propped site, of whom only two have,
WU tnt agreed upon terms that will brine tho totnl
triee within the iippionrlatlon. Theso nro
JIr T Seccomh and Theodore tooper. tho
htier'n iters blnB jointly Interested. Oilers
otllWuW and Sr.'.",t)lKJ respectively hare
H keen male to these owners. It Is hoped that
H ther vrill jet airree to aeoept theso offers, plus
4rreent. and tho condemnation proceedings
tillthen become entirely friendly. In one or
no Instance minors have an Interest In the
nrce'sloheac'iuireil bv tho Govornmont. and
B the courts will be aked to appoint cuardiaus
with power to tell or dlsposo ad libitum.
W nveiTii fhom hospital wisDon:
H A Woman Patient l.enps Three Stories nt
B ft. Mnrk'a While the Kursn Is Ilusy.
H Sir! Iicslin llottnian. 3'J years old. of Blf
B CnhamaieQue. lirnoklyn. committed sulcldo
B nrlrreatenlay mornliiK by jumplnc from a
K tiadowonthe tour'h lloorof St. Mark's Hos
Bf nul Into Second avenue.
The woman went to tho hospital lastThurs
n iirandhadn'i operation performed. It wns
U urtosed that she was IniprovhiK. whon about
I So clock reterda niorului: she spranc from
H tbebed while the nurse was attendlni: another
tatimt, opened the window and jumped Into
lh street.
H Tho nurse cauelit her nluht dress as sho
H k-ipe.1. but the material cute way. leaving a
H t e in tli" nurse's hand. Tho woman's lius-
H Und Is a contractor. Shu leaves two children.
H scimf.i; srtTE svxo.tr tjiaixs.
H In for the I Irst Time ." Diirliie the Hours
ut Dltine Wiir.lilp."
U The New Vmk, New Haven and Hartford
H Nroad ran on Sunday tho llrst trains that
Hj lue eier Rone thioiiBh Connecticut during
"ihehdursof divine worship," as set down In
tk' old Conneetifiit laws. Tho law forbsdo
H lfflnninit of any train between 10 A. M. and
H S r M Ityspeeial act "t tho Stato Leulslnturo
tin mlruad is nnw allowed to run on Sunday
trains which leave New York nnd Boston nt
Illume hour, lll.itt . SI. Doth tiatus woro
mt eillUledrtithp.iDSuiii.ere.
H 1 rroiprnus Siimlny for tho lirnoklyn
H Itnpiil Transit.
Ij The receipts of tho Ilrooklyn Ilapld Transit
H Company on Sunday were $:i:,:2f. represent -
lt the fares on the Heights. Nnssnu nd
j trooklrn I'nlnn Klevnted lines, which nro now
H F'nerapiltr.insltsvsteni. On thocorrespond
! 5' "ftv last vnr the tiicsiPKnto receipts on
H ttetdinc, wem less than '.'tl,(KKl.
H rollrtmnn O'I.iiiirIiIIii l'roinoteil for I
HI Rrnvery.
j Mlceman Michael J 0'I.ouuhlin of tho Amity
H Knet nation In Brooklyn wns mado n rounds-
Ma rrttunlay In prompt reeocnltlon of his
H JJJJJei'Uswerkof rescue nt the perilous tone-
ra.0"" Ilre "t -'l' Hieks street early on
H 5512 TnJ.rninc Ho has a lino record on tho
H SfSi'i . i r ,"eral years has been wearlnc a
H M8lolthe Life SavliiR Society.
ctralldrruteil I'nliin Wll rnrailnAloiir.,
IkeCentral Fedorateii Union, havinc failed
t the Socialist Labor party to co-operate
H iUilt (n its c islit-lirnir pnrndnnnd mn.smeet
I m JL'ixt .h'lti)rda evening, has decided to bo
H '.. i. "10 'leininstrntlun any wnv. A com
H Klri! "".been appointed to make arrunce
H . i.Ior "" dmoiitrnllon and secure per-
fc..ir ".marsmo'.'tliiijto be held In Unlou
H llryan nt II nine.
I J'WiU'N'' N"b" Arril -4--W- 3- n"Bn ro
H mm home at evenitiK from his Knstern
SS. JJ" ") s tint ev ervvvhero nnd especially
iH Vu,i'ilcisc' ,1'la'form dinner his reception
(M WriHaUndentliuslaslle.
R Amusements.
law11" THE PURPLE LADY-
jfehtSSfc, , S ' ""Ji" .Ji'VeJV.."' h"Z
I S r..V T- JAt'K'S THKATKK,
M . VMlil.ni hT. Tel. 3H7U 3Stn.
Bl li I " hnow Kv cry Lidy, 2 aud H.
H rill: MOD1.1,.
I -g !' lt I AI. OK TIIK FITTEST.
,,ftfMMLLE.llFr7X:
Yj - ,"1'1.. llltllilN.U, TAST.I 2116
ffi. BOHEMIAN BURIESQUERS.
rjp!l siini from mart to nnlsti.
I!0' The Turtle 1,
IKlTir CAST.
JUIY1 l'ijevriilnuatT 15.
H n llcliini .is l.ulj lliniott.
H iliiii -- "',"""" Weil, aiul bm. 1 .-..
MB- The Manicure.
Il!-c., .i'k'.V Til i:TKi:. Karcucll !
12 ,l,' .1 ,"''"1-" "K'it and P"I SII.-J7.
Ua!!!liilM. 7 "l"-. TriiLkmaii ilciuchfl, '
M Kt-- ' "" ji""M"r ;
UulUK .!... .''' r"flUiiiiii IiratiiaB. (tal. in
c mil. THE PRODIGAL DAUGHTER Si. v-;
H1?''1'! IX '"tub -
Vl1'. uawi. I5ILVCR KING.
WHAT OTHERS SAY.
Tho Worili of Friends Are Oenulne nnd
Rellnblr.
It la ensy for pooplo to tnlk nbout thoni
. selves nml ptatu what thoy mny linvo done,
but It In fur better to lmvo other pooplo
upouk for you. Tho words which follow
nro tlio Ironic expressions of pcopio who
know of whnt thoy upouk.
Mr. John K. Clmse, Amcnlmry, Mass.,
8ayn: "For boiiio six yenrs past uiy wlfo
ImHbfi'ii HtifTorlnp; from nervous prostra
tion. For years sho wns troubled with In
somnia nml nothing recommended by tho
most eminent physicians would Intluco
sleep. Under tho ntlvlcu of physicians sho
recently tried Duffy's Malt Whiskey in
smnll quantities and with tho most satis
factory results. While Mrs. Chnso has
always been Btnuneh In her temperance
principles and consistent In practice, sho
has no hesitation In reeomniondiiiR to In
valids who need a Ki-ntlo stlmulunt Duffy's
Pure Mult Whiskey."
E. C. Avlln of the Ilrooklyn Association for
Impiovlmr the Condition of tho Poor, savs:
"I lmvo used Duffy's Malt Whiskey for tho
past twoyenrs. liuvlni,' suffered from severe,
licnilaches nnd ucnous prostriitlon. I lmvo
been very much relieved by tho uso of tho
whiskey and lmvo guiued seventeen pounds
In woiKhl."
Tho nbovn btntements speak for them-sehes.-
Aile.
Smu,fmtnt,o'.
EMPIRF THKVTME nwiiv and40th St
L.IUI mil. Kvonlnmi. S:20 Matlnr, 2:15.
ClIAIlLIvS 1'noilUAN Manaictr
LAST TWO WEEKS
owixa TO TIIE
ENGAGEMENT OF MAUDE ADAMS,
CIIAKLEs ITIOIIMAN PUKSENT8
EMPlKtJ THEATRt; COMPANY,
In th famotiH comedr.
"LKI Vfi B1IV AL Y.
Ilv It. C. C'nrlnn. iithnrof "Llbortr Hill."
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Mondiv. May H-MWDK ADAMS.
Orileu for icus now ro-clveil.
RARRIHU THEATKE. 33thTt.7"neir nroidwir.
Urtnniun KTenlnu. h:io. Mstlnoel-atiirdiy t 2.
rilAULIX l'UOllMAN PKESENTH
MRS. LESLIE CARTER
In Pivlil BtUvo's Qreat Play,
1 roni tlio French or llurtou & Simon.
MADISON SQUARE 5,SL,
ICrfT!I MONDAY. MAY IBTII,
JJ TIME. HANDSOME SOUVENIItS.
ONLY PLVV THIS SEASON,
UilAllLI-.S FUOUMAN' PKESENTS
tllllette'4 Wonderful Sueeon,
BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO.
"tiik i.irTi.i: MiNisTKit or kaiire."
MATINEES WEDNEiDKY AND HAT UltDA Y.
MADISON SQ. GARDEN CIRCUS.
LAST WFEK-EVEItY AFTEUNOON k EVENINO.
TWO SHOWS IN IIXK-
TIIE ONi: A ltKVKLATIOSr.
m& ADAM FQREPAUGH
SB SELLS BROTHERS'
rZfifttf&L COMBINK1J CIIICV8KS.
OPFNH 1 AND 7. 11EOISS 2 AND S.
ONE HOl'Il FOIt MENAOEUIJ. mn
BKOOKLV.N VKKK OK MAY 1 TO O
BROADWAY 5S-,
Eiailnir. H:ir. Weil, mil Sat. M-tn.. 2:IB.
JACOB 1,1 IT Proprietor and Minuter
MONDAY. .11 AY 1,
OlIAND 8PECTACUHK REVIVAL OF
SHENANDOAH. S.
A 1 1(11. mi.
A (IIIKATCAST. 8.10 Peoulp. 0 Horiri. 09
Hl'ECIAL PIlICK-t, lU'scrvcil Bcim. Kvk. nl Sit.
Mi:. 50. 7r.. l, $1.50. Wat. Mit. 2.ri. ao. 75 and 81.
Uffll I flPU'C TI1HATKK, U'wa- anil Mill at.
WHLLHbn O Evbh. rtl'.'O. Mall. 2:11.
4TH ROARING WEEK.
Only l'lav 1 lit seaion.
LTIARLCS FUOUMAN PRESENTS
TEC0S3 OUOKOO,
u emm dv farcu In tnrne acts,
Hcr.ild sav 1. " One or the (unulrntfarrca that have
bein lironfiiteil hero. Lung-continued latiuhlUK mo-
ccai. '
11' liost." Sun.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY,
jtpArlLKlLALcA5TtE so.op.ca
KT'l 2il Year. Ala-ava In Enullnli. HOArtiit
BARBER -'' SEVILLE
mm TRIAL v JURY.
Ev 'u. 2."., CO, 75, t. Mat. To-mormw. 1 , 100 acaU 25c.
Neit I dune of Opera Scaann. Fniiat, II Trova
WeeL tore, Kiiiiiro A-Juliet, & Alila.
Mar -WE HNS of TENNL8-EE;
C A It N K O I K II ALL,
Thurmlay Evenlnir, April 27th, at S:15.
JOSE FF Y
P I A N O II K C I T A t.
Ihl only appearance In New York thli aeiion).
River veil aeaia, Sl.SO, 41, 7Bc Now at 8chu-
"SSfelKWAvl- MIS8- PIANO V8EU.
PAi AP.F &M-1'' CONTINUOUS "
rHLHUL 3,iRv. FKKFliliMANOK.lt P.M. BO;.
iii:nhy i.i:k pki.i.x ani iiakk.
cireat caiuiovvnik troupe, !!0 other stars.
l.ADllS (AlTEKSOONl. ALL ORLTL. 25c.
PRnRTflR' 23d s- CONTINUOUS 13to30
inUU I UlS Usnp.nnc. Porfiirmince. 10:4.r.P.M.
CI.IKKOUI) AMI HI'TII IIAKHIOAN.
Itlifonl linn . A. O. Duncan. Jennie Satterleo t Lo.
Man" ilheV. OUK.T LAflllUNQ DILL I
ACADEMY I ltili at. anil irvlim ilace.
K.0 Oilnioie fc l''-
J-snT THE OLD
lie HOMESTEAD.
WEEKS iviM". soi".. ific" '
MATS. WED. k ST.. 3. EVENINGS. :15.
ROSTER JIL" BIAtS
nnui'urRiNr. MCW ?auueiu.b
XfeSiJW- IJtW1E t OELERUn.ES.
IPNIIAY OF Ol'H PAJIOl'S
NIOIir AIX-STAK CONC'KnT9.
KNICKERBOCKER n-l'BS ..
MR. CIMRLIW FUOUMAN PRESENTS
.IL'l.l.V I F.venlnsatS.I3.
SVB A R LOWE I " iut- -M-
lu Her Newest l'lar. COLIIMETTE.
lyceum ;.:i: hackett
ffJiV SS-St. iiwta-itS'A'-SS
MTINKEVniVltSnYS SATFMms at 2.
if CITUSQ CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
r is Wll.i'iV'lIS. KIIMY FAMILY,
J'l-niU.FTiiA'll'IIKK. llUHiKAPII.
' JOS. IIAI.V1T11.I CAUIIIK IK MAK.
To-sioirii si:roM pkkskntation of
THENEWYORK'rSSr
n'war 44th 45U1 t. Ami Promonulo ilo LUie.
u w"7 Mllei..-.tavonlalo gulntrt. ,
CASINO! 'In'fiaJ'Pareel
With lta Marvclloui Uillotn anil Enieiableil
MURRAY SSft?affi MA?. EVERY DAY.
i-TIIEHlOl'MM. I IlieReanon. I "" UWJJ,U1U
HERALO SQUARE '""iKe,,. .W "'
ST AN ARABIAN GIRL. l'li1
S(,-DANCKR"slNOEn8.COMEDIANS.lIRMz200
uirnro 9 CICI TV Mimic Hall. Il'wav K noth 8L
WEBER & r tLUJ ilatlueea T-ily : t;
ELTER, 2?" CATHERlNEr
at s o clo k uliarp
P AS I O R S PKIU'OIISIANC'KS.
iv-vi-s o i 30 CKNT8. Pi:NN ll NOON.
"?, A,S,r al Tucker. CharU. ) n. Jt Co.,
Will'lt an.l Thorno. Je. Dandy.
r.-..or THEATRE, cor. nth aY. Mali Weil.
4THST.uARr.o.c
hkH'vK IIY TIIE SD SEA WAV1. .
,hNt Monday. -y 1-MOTilEJt IIOOS
HAMMEIISTEIN'S VICTORIA ,Xh.
ROGERS dHOS. A REIGN OF ERROR.
"or. ,. nil Pmiiioimilc ""
ACAUK.il Air(1 ., w M, ,3i
l.KiinN. A M. to 10 1'. a.
230. bt.and'ilU I ADMISSION Mc.
'- ' r.nn.ni lrtl(liiin-
S-rt Salw and tfxhlbilltmji.
"Tho Moniloncn. Collection" ,
American Art Galleries,,
Madison Square South, New York.
TO-DAY i TO-NIGHT'
ABSOLUTE PUBLIC SALE
Thls (Tuesday) and Wednesday,
At 3 and 8 o'clock P. M
An Important Collection of
OIL PAINTINGS,,
By Old and Modern flusters.
Valuable Authenticated Relics of ,
LORD BYRON and NAPOLEON.
Fine Bronzes, Brlc-aBrac.
Antique Furniture
of the Louis XVI., Empire and
Renaissance Periods, French,
Italian, English and
Portuguese, Fine Old
Rugs, Etc.,
Belonging to
SENHOR j
SALVADOR DE MENDONCA,
BRAZILIAN MINISTER,
REMOVED FROM IIIS LATE RESIDENCE, (j
WASHINGTON. D. C. t
Also Thirteen
Valuable Sculptures
'"Hebrew Maiden," "Sans Soucl," "Pan-(
dora," "Undine," "The Train.."" The
Piper," "Night," "Beggar Boy'etc j
BY THE LATE j
CUAVIVCEY It. 1YES,
To Be Sold by Order of Hit Widow.
A BEAUTIFUL
BeairvaisTapestiry
of tho Eighteenth Century.
One of a Set of four Tapestries jmade
by order of Louis XVI. and iontt-from
.France to tbe United States 1796.
TO BK SOLD BY ORDER OF
Dr. HENRY D. NICOLL, Executor of the Late
JAMES A. BANCKER.
THOMAS E. KIBBY. Auctioneer.
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION,
Managers,
Madison i Squnre South, Ntow York.
JAMES P. SILO, Auctioneer.
Nowon FREE EXHIBITION, a Val
uable Collection' of
Oil Paintings,
The prontty of a gentleman who dooa not wlih
his iilentltr dlicloaed.
WITHOME ADDITIONS.
Included In tlio salo are 8 oil paint
ings, a pen nnd Ink sketch nnd black
and white drawings by FORTUNY.
Th above, together lth ome other pilntlngi In
the collection, were pa whaaed by the preaent owner 1
AT THE IVHTUNY SALE. I
Other Important workn j'
Pandora, .
Hy IloiigucreauiJ
Tho Alhnmbra,
By Ttcnjanilu Constant.
Alio i great miny othtr Una eiiroplei brcifle
brated artliU. a deirrlptlve catalogue of wbloh is
now ready and will be mnllial free ou ifipllcitlun. S
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION
at the
Fifth Avenue Art Gallerie,;,
800 5TII A V.,
betwoenl.litb and 8Mb ill..
ON
THURnVY autl FKlAIY,i
April 37th nnd 28th.
EACH EVENINO AT H O'CLOCK.
Wanted tmnlw.
HARLEM TUB SVN,
110WEBT'12STII'S,.,.
BRANCH, fxi
InRLSEELSOlpGClTOOT;
It lour .Servant
ncedKlnstrurtlou lu the
Art ot looklnr,
Call her attention to thla opportunity.
THIB COITON UtniILG.4 A Wn.L-ACOM
MENDED SERVANT TO ONEFREE X.E8S0N.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS.-Wanted, good violet
maker, and bright, tidy learnerx; well paid
while learning. L. I'K-OEH. 03 to utf HUeOer it.
BIJVNK I100K lewer-winted; girl eiperienceiil on
Job work. Adilreei O. II. Co.. boa Kuatiu nce.
1 EXPERIENCED pinnJilct fobleri wintl In
'j bindery of wYNKOOP-HALLENUECK-iilw
rOIlDfO.. 441-44'i Pearl it.
I EXPERIENCED (1I1IL to number check I. 17:
'i Cenlrtit.
r?EEDF.l on rulinu machine wanted, ateily altua
'lion. JONKa UANUlTACTtlU-tU C0V1 ui
17 that.
Wnnteil gtmUf.
1 ALTMANJtCO., IRtliat., Ifilh t. aodllth ar.,re
.IJ. niiireat once a number of eiperiencod walataud
.whirl handa for their alteration workroom; aU'Mly em
vIoymenttotboHWho aro iitlifietiiryi temiorary
' hantta paid extra. Apply at the 18th at. (employee's)
entrance before I'.uo A. II.
AIIlimraaiNO kcHOOL, manicuring, facial
rnaasage, chiropody, derniatolniry; day.eteulng;
SScoureej dlplomai; poiltlona. a54 nth av.
08TI1ICH rEATllEiTH.-Experienred riirlorawaut.
eel. F. & J. L0EWF.NSTE1N. OS F-at Mil Hl.
IJArKRL'OXES. Eiiiorlencod Blrl on ghic, nnil
pule work. IXM'IH 11AUKK. H4!l nratjinth t.
'I'ltlilMKllH. milliner and improver wauted."i'U
J at LANO'S MILLINERY hIoRE, 270 and 277
1H ay.
"VANTKP Oeneral houaeworknr In ainall JirUtto
1 ' family) reference, S3n West mih at,
gomeulie trvnntis Wanted.
JiIIAMBEnMIDS, cook. $20 to (110; lanndrcaaoa,
' parlorniatda, waitreaci, hitcbcnmalclK, houo
workcra, JIO cook who wanii and Iron, laundrpfn
who do chamberwork; Frcnih Rtid Ocrmati JadyV
maids, niiraei, chanibeni?aldB wlio Iim ailing, but
ler, second and third ri'n, uaeful men, imall'i'lrcd
grooms, SHranta in all cauaritlca wanted at nne.
lln. U 8 F.ELY. US Went 2Jil (. Herala nlrallie,
HB3 lllh av. Telephone call, lHlliernnt.
COOK. Wage $20; lutiht lo ciuirae waihlng; fani-i
Ilv living in (irrenwieh. Conn., refereiicei lu-!
quired. Mra. L. 8EELV, a.".2 iltli av.
(K)OK, laundress: wacosf IK; fourlu family, Babj
J lou, L. I.; reference rr-uulreil,
Mr. L. HKKLT,8S'.MIth a .
fiOOK and laundress, willing lo go to Lnkewnoil,
vv N. J.; wages $20, must bo competent: lereieuce.
required. Mrs. L. bEELV. 1102 uth u,
CiOOK, wages $20; two in family; to go one hour
from New York; reference lequired Mi's. L.
BKELY, .102 llth av.
GJERMAN lady's maid; wages $20: mimt b a gold
hairdresser and f-ramstreas, hrst-claau in eicry
particular; reference required.
Mra. L.8EELY. U02 ilthav.
"ERMAN cook for MonlcUlr: hum $22;"rcfer
' VJ enccs required; must hao p;ood references.
Mrs. L. hEEIA, lin'j nth av,
L AUNDRESS, wagea S20, to go to Orangof must bo
first class and bae reference.
Mre. I.. hKELY, 1152 llth nv.
IAt'NDRESS and chambermaid, naces $IH lo$:'ol
preferences required. Mrs. L. HF.KLY. 3.12 ith nt.
J AUNDRESS to go to Oyster llay;wafc $30; to
In family; reference rvmtlred.
Mrs. L. BEKLY.J5.-.2 slth av.
IIROTEhTANT cbambennald and waitniss: wau
tlH; to go one hour from New York, Mrs, 1.
HKELY, .152 llth a v.
1R0TERTANT kltehenmald, wage $m to go half
hour from New York.
Mrs. L. BKELY, tr.2 tlth at.
Wantetl UiUe.o IttethaalejJ, Sr.
BUILDER-I'P wante.1 In elec(rotyp foundry.
11URU PltlN'llNO UOl't.-v; lHjaclst.
CARRIAGE painter nncl carriage trimmer wanted;)
lake boat foot of Franklin stroll. P, M.
J.W.MOUNT A- UJUJ.jlteilJlalik, N. J.
?EEDER on ruling machine. Air.ily at 2.". lleckmau
JO st., top floor,
AcllINIBTS on vise, lathe, atvMrllling machines. ,
EMMERICH A' VONOEHLF.UIt,Jliltorlb at.
WANTED Painters ami rmgh stun rubbors.
F. II. WOOD BON, 210 hnd 221 West lutll st.j
ANTEI-Twoflrat'claastnsnilths.
72 Fulton si.
Wanted lWalej6li.seeUaneoii.s.
A MAN with couslderabreexpnrlcnco in the differ
ent department of a new sutper ofhee ami who
lis otherwise generally uandy in arious uays, a
tentahle "Jackof all trtdca; neat and particular
about his work, desires to securo employment, not
necessarily uownpaper work, where strict attention
to business will be a!Arcclated and remunerated.
Address N, A. T., box 1ul Hun uptown office, 12H0
llroadway.
A GENTLEMAN UAcher for a commertial depart
ment of a publlo high schooLin a hUburban cltt ;
must have had two qr three ears exiierlencelnteai-ii
ing bookkeeping, typevt ritlng and Graham short
band; aalary $l.i)O0; appoinuiieut to be mule lu
May. work to commence next September. Aildres", t
giving referonccsiand experience,
.1., box 17K Sim office.
IJOY, ID; cxperiunced; fornroccry. 212 Hth av,
X INVITE buildors, houseflwner and electric lock
smiths. Ac; beJlhanger.iall work. J. lUEDINGF.il,
2tl3 WesUI2d at, 8d floor.
IFYOH ARE a"caTHOLIC. unem'plojid. and will
work for S1K per week, write t.t MACCONSELL.
BEOB., 11 Franklin St., Boston, M.
"V ANTED, good atroiusboy to tic up bundles rul
v work around cutting mach'jie. LIVINGSTON
illDDLEDlTCH I.I) . I,'.-I7 Dua'mst.
ie.4t-lusi.9i glp 4'wles toVe-i-sionaf.
IKIONSTRATOR. Anj llneof businer. B'l
talker; good seller; city only; no cantasstng, salir)
or salary and commission, hi ffliest refcrenoes. do.
well m department stores. A- 1, box lil.v hun up
towu offl'-e, 12(10 Broadway.
STENOGRAPHY AND T'T'EWRITING.-CIn ular
4c. each. A. A. WILClX. Dun building, 21K)
Broadway, room ml.
irat-tflaos ".lelp rtmnltjs.
I A HARD-working wo-.an would like it position as
Jt- iunltnss; notafrsMi of hard work: borough of
the Bronx preferred. Iretnecn IflOth and lTolli et.
Mrs. FREDERICKH, 3414 Park, bet. ltllth ami
1117th tt.
A LADY breaking, up housekeeping would llknto
securo a place fur )ter cook. Call Wednesday
and Thursday at 1 e ,-. East 07th st
pHAMHEHMAlf " amMamidress; wuges $20, city
refertnees. f , y ,ox Out Bun uptown office,
1210 Broadway.
f 1HAMBRKMA A"and waltreas wouTd like, placein
. ' small prita m. famll) : wsb $hi, bet referinrci.
J. H.. botfi77 ' lun uptown nrtli e. 1210 Broadttay
CiOOK, wllll g tn asr-lat with the coareu washing
' and Irbnii jg; wages $20: city references. A. W
box 57H Sun uptown offloe, 12110 Briiadway.
CiUAMBEI tlAID and avamstress; wage $2()"lH-iit
' roforen tu from private families. A. C, box 07.1
Ban uptor j offlie, 12H0 Broadway,
COMPF ENTwaltreis: wages $20; undcrstinds her
work Mioroughly: city references. E, C, box 074
Snn upt 0 m ofBcc, 1200 Broailwa .
JIItB t -CLASS laundroas; wages $25: excellent ref.
orn-jees. B. P.. box 0B3 bun uptottn nflle, 12H0
Broi 4-ay.
J?' J18T-CLA8S laundress; willlnKtollveln thncoun
- Irj : excellent refen'uees. A. 1)., box 070 Bun up
to aru ofhee, 1200 Broadway.
fERMAlady's maid; wai-es $20; uuiTeratiinds
- hiirdreistng: good seamstress. ,Vc.; city refer.
nces. A. X., box 071 bun uptown office, UilO
liroadway.
f I NFANT'B NtlRHE; understands the intlre'can";
I i also bottle feeding, excellent lefereuies, A. K
I Imx 070 Bun uptown ofllce, 12U0 Brondttaj.
TTITCIIENMAII); waros SHI, neat and wllllug; best
-IV references. E. C, box 070 Bun uptown often.
13B5 Broadway.
CWEDI8H WAfTRE.-a. wagesT20i"wlUIn to assist
with t'hamberwork: best references. II. P., Ikix
67fl Bun nptown nftlon, 12U0 Umadwsy.
'PHOROl'GHLY civupetent laundress: understands
shirts, colbir. cuffs, Ac ; best references. M,
JTcO., boxJS72 hun uptown otllce 12111 Ilrjadwuy.
TAITRF8-1. "TiinmiiKlili comiwtcnt, willing "to
.. assist with chamberwork; lest lefertMiies. N,
J,, liox Obu Bun uptown offlre, 12no Broiuiwaj.
f"AltifE8S'iind "clumbermaid, wagt,"li7, thor".
it oughly corupeti nt; citr refereiuoa. CO., box
082 Bun uptowi ofllce, 12ii." Broadway
It.ot-trisusj. () palejs graff
jiionul. " ' ADVKUTIHINla.
An up-tolato poiiular advertising man, at present
on New Ytirk dallj, would represent good out-of-town
pair. Addresa F. 11 1 030 iltli av.
CiORUEOT TYPF.W RITINO.- Circulars 4c. "each
' STENOGRAPHER, SHO Broadwaj . room 4nl.
VrfiNO AMERICAN. Junior otlleeri lnt mustered
out; tning. healthy. Intelligent ind honest,
yith Iwst recontmenditions, is seeking i itim of
:rust: moderate expectations. Address ENERGETIC,
box 123 Bun office.
.f irjit-eiaiSjtJ 1elj) ttales.
iiflOOKBINDER, first-class enverer aud all round
V Jj hand, wanta situation.
WE8TERMN, S10IIenryit.
."lARIUAOE blacksmith; good general man.
' A' L1iEV bON Ml Hehennerhorn St., H'klyn.
(l ARDENER,2 year old. highly educated, giadu
f VJ ate of horticultural college, well posted In all
fbranche. wlsheu respousibln po.ltion. Addresa
lOABDENER, 7U4 Broad u., Newark. N.J.
If -AlillENER or aasistant. sfugle (210. fruits, tege
'J tables, lawns, flowers, Ac F. it., J2rti( ll'ni.
MAN, German, married, wishes permanent por
tion as porter, watchman, or an, kind of work;
best references; u years last pine, Addieas OHl
East 133d st.. Monday and Tuesday,
IV"ANTED Position aa collector, travelling sales"
v man, Iwokkeeper or any iiosltiou of trust ny a
l reliable young nun. J, C, box 100 Bun uptown
(Office. 1210 Broadway.
A l CUM AN. Frrstclasa waTchmau wlshe a
situation where honesty, sobrloty and diligent
ii attention to duties will be appreciated. Addresa
B. l' box 127 Bun office,
' WANTED A position of any kind where strict In-
V tegrtty, energy and Intelligence are factors; At
preferences, security If required. Engineer, 14UAV. C,
(Smploijmtiit tirnuij..
1 HAMBKRMAIDS. laundressea- wages $20; rainy
' Kj cooks ilso who with aud ir in. experienced wait
resits; excellent placet; uiaDl' tcancie. Call 02
Uth av., UOth U Muc. JAC'jUI.N.
.endinfj oteln nnd lffstnurnnts.
This list ippeir Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Hotel Information Free.
For booklets of American, Euroiiean Hotels,
SUMMER RESORTS,
AIho Rat-fRDf AtNirtmcnU lu Hotels beloir, call or,
ftililrr'i (Mend Btamp)
Ilotul a arlll Itiueau,
Kt.l'ltth Arr Sow York.
UU Jlcgent SI., r.onilon.
V4H Eur tie Urvoll, Part.
SO'Oiiat SI. tfenn ILmlMe, Sice.
mm TARIFF GUIDE
(HlATl-4.
(A. P.. American rian: E. P., European; Op., Open.)
AI.BANY.N. Y..IIotol Tun Hyck. HI'.. $2 up; A.P.,$4 up
ilo , . ., Uotel Kenmorc. A. P.. $4 up
ASBUr.YPARK.Graiid()cntral,$Bto(lowklr,i.p.,$2
Hotel Rudolf A. P., $t
Hotel Islcswortlu .A. P.. $3.00 to $5
".ij HotilDo Vlllo.A.P.,$3. Coach meets all tralm.
j--,! Grand Atlantliyllolcl A. P.. $1: 1. P., $1.50
S ' Tho Human . . A. P., S3 up; II P., $1.00 up
" Tho Wlllshli-o A.P$3to(3
BALTIMORE, Md . ..Tho Carrolltou, A. 1'., $3 tip
BMSTUN. Mas. ,. . . Hotel Veudomo, A. P., $1
do. HoieLBruuswick, Ii P., $1.00; A. P., $5
do. Coplcv Bq. Hold. liP..tl,00 up; A.P., $3.00 Up
' BROOKLYN, N.Y.Thc St. George, lil'., $1; A.P..$3up
EXETER. I tig Riival Clarence lintel, K.P., $1, A.P., $3
OT. HMtUINUTON, Jlass.llerknhlri! Inn, A. P., $.1 up
Fronl.it-o nr.ilfu Charming tnoiiudins. Booklets.
UIIKENFU'JJ), Mass Mansion Holme, A. P., $2.6't, S3
ILAHCHJIUNT. N. Y, .Mitchell House. Opens April 1
'LONDDf.. Bug . .Hotel Cecil
Kenslngif Do Vere, Priiueof Wale k Broadwalk, op,
ton .Kensington Pal., now open to tho public;
Hotel, flirt; electric light; ccrythlng up to date,
IONDCK I Westminster, high class. Residential
tit '1 i-nii'i' 1 ""'el. tinoicclled for cuisine, com-
nt. i.ruiii a ' fortj ,,!,.( tarifT.
MON'UUiiL, Caii.Pl.VIgerUH.a.p.,$3up;e.p.,$lup
NEW kiRLE-iNS, La .Bt. Charles Hotel, A. P.. $4 up
NEW YORK . Fifth Atenuu Hotel, A. P., $3 up
do. Holland House ,K. P.. $2 up
d . (Clumbers. W.B'iiav)Cosnioiiolltan.K.P..$t up
03CMU. Neb., Her Grand Hulol Ii P., $1 up
l),l) POINT COMFORT, Va.lltlChamberlin,n.p.,$ up
IMILUlELPlIIA.l'j.Aliline.a.iit.'l.nonpia p.tt.OOup
do. 1)ielfaycttn iRest. Ale iindTdli,), Ii P.,$l up
TtTrHlllRll.Pi.,lltl8iheliley,c.p.$1.00up.a.p.$4up
PITTSFIEI.D, Mass The Wendell, Ii P., SI. A.I.. S3
do. 'ihe Maplowood, A. P., $3
PLYMOFTH, Eug Grand Hotel, K. P.. $1, A. P.. $3
POIC.HKF.F.PSIE, N. Y Nelsnii Houbo, A P., $3 up
(jrr.BEC, fun .ChatcmFrontenac, A.P,$3.Enup
HT. LOUIS. Mo.,PHntcn' Hotel, E. 1$2 up:A.P.,$4 up
WASHINGTON, D. C Arlington Hotol, A P..5
do. .. The Raleigh, K. P., $1.00 up
This list appears evory Tiles., Wisluesday A, Saturday.
WHERE TO DINE.
IVr liifnrmatloii. clrrulaiv. Ar of iit Restaurant
nr Hotel below call or AilUreM itu'iul RUmpi
HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU,
O.I I'lftli Ae Nrtt York.
Ale. means A la Cartu. Tillt. means Tahlo d'Hote
dinner.
llcliiiiinlrii's othattnue.corner44thst. Ale.
ItlUIVOOKT IISi: jOthat.A Kthst. Alc.Jkunex
llri'tiiori House celled Tdh., $1.2.1, with imp'd
llrrtoort lliiusn 1 wine. Concert cteryetenlng
T.eniil'lourctiOthAV.AlKth. Me..Tdh.,tl.20iMiislc)
Morrllii's .4 W. 2!ilh st. Tdh. (Music.)
IIi'oIt'hN'civ U'st.,iltli at. .'.Col.at. Ale. (Music)
-tlarsh's, 101 W. 3t (1I.A L, Tdh Din. .; S. Ale. Mnslo
Hotel (iriliKllli, Mitdlsonav. A-H'.ithst. Alc.A:Tdh.
Trrrni'i (iitnli'ii, I OHth st., near Lex. av. Ale.
Cfo llfiiiiijinii 1 Broadway and Keado st. Ale.
Hotel MtiiiGiirin, lCnlunS..,Tdh. 70c.;withwine$l
l.urliou'Ht.i'riiiiiiiUestiiitrniit. 1 10 East 14thst.
Vu Clint Noli 1 "01 .11 ny(Tdh.Oi)c,wlne)uptowii
AuCliiit Nnlr 32W.2H.Ale.,Tdh. L'ch.O0c.D'r.70e.
AtiC'hntNoir ' iMuslei Aft.'rTlieiitro Huppors.
IHuiicnria Itcatfitirnut, 1 Recently enlarged and
On "lit nt. nnil 10th st. jlmproted. Tdh. A Ale.
C'nfp lloiiletnnl. '("elidiralod Gipsy Btnd.
Mmitnnelll, 107 W. 44th iTdh, 70c, tine. Music)
C'urnegiii Hull Ket.,7av.A- Oil. Tdli.L 31V Dln.ono
AltDIN. aiur. I BclictFrcniliTaMod'Uotcv
lafiWest Ullth Bt. I tilth wine, 00c.
.IlKilllIn 07 West 2nth st. Alc.Tilb.. or.e.
arorliliolst llest.,024 A 021! Columbus at Ale.
JTSsWMli
WASHINGTON, Dt C.
i American and European 1
p,an-,
Absolutely Fireproof. ?
Located in the most fashion-
able part of the city and ?
within five minutes' walk of I
the EXECUTIVE MANSION,
TREASURY, STATE, WAR,
and NAVY DEPARTMENTS. 5
John T. Devinc. ?
HOTEL ST. ANDREW,
72d M. .V f.r:iiiiL lloiili't mil. New York.,
AltSjSM.l'TKI.Y lTllKI'ltOOI.
i:i'hoi'i:an ri.AN.
THE ST ANDREW Is equipped lu etery respect
to secuiu enuifurt and health to its guests. IN
eltuatiou Is In the midht of tho grett parks, aud
et it Is ln'ilose toui h with all parts of the city.
Bpceial attention git en to prit itte dlnucr ptrttcs.
HAS II. lAVl!s, .tliiiingei'.
HQTErLlNCOLN,
Broadway and 52d St.,,
MEW YORK.
THOMAS 7.. HOVr.E, .Vunagci.
Jloomi .'ii Ahcc nr Singly. r:iiirtprnn Plan.
THE SLEVIS HOTEL,"
14TI1 BT. AND 7TII AV.
For gentlemi n. on tho European plan, $1 per day,
special rates for largo end hiuiiIL rooms, by tbs week
or mouth. HIGH BLEVIN, Proprietor
HilTFI MARTV French table d'hote, OOe".
nUICL IflHtllT, open day, night and
47 Vest 24th St. aiiy- 1r"at" vlnln
IVanted to 1'urehase.
I lll'Y )Ij1 .IIIOTAIi.
Hato jou anvOI.D LF.M). BUA-'S. COPPER. ZINC,
PEWTER, TK I.l'.M). OLD TU'E, ELIXTUOTYPE,
hruiinol PI. OLD BOOKS. PVPI.lt, Ac 1 BEND A
POSI VLi'vllDiind I ttllleall.
UOUS.SII.IN, ip.i ttllllam st near Frankfort st.
(Steamboati&.
Boston and New England Points.
VIA SOt'ND LINKS.
1WI.J. HIVi:it LINK, tin. Newport and Fall
litter Iato Pier ID. N. II.. foot or Wat run st.,
week ilat simly, at 0:an p. M. 4uamern FRISCILLA
aud PI ItlTA.V. orchestra on inch.
MIIMM.IO.t MM!, U Btoniugton. Leate
Pier 31, N It , foot of Spring st , wi ek days only, at
iljoo P. M hteameis .Maiuoutwl New Hampshire.
Mlll It'll I.INl:, viu Nm Ixiliilou. Uate
Pier 30, N R , foot Spring st trnrlcdaysouli.at Ot'to
P. M, Birs. City of Worcester nnd Cltt of Lowell
Albany Evening Line.
steamer IH'AN 11IC1IMOND ami, DREW will leite
Pier 32, N 11., ro.it t auul Bt , at tl, p. M. daily cjnu
dais etcepteil , ma'dng direct connections with
train. North, F.ot and t est
LONG I1KANC1I AN1 rilACIil OOc
PATTEW LINE
Daily ami bun.lay for Hlahlaniit, Sabrlil.t, I'loaft
hni Ilt: , Uhik llraiicb, burv Turli K Oreau Orop.
L ft. W. .ith M.. n ot A. M., Dattory. :m A. M.
Freight for Anbtirv 1'urk hihI Ocean drove.
Anlll'UV I'AKK AND HAK. HOr.
TROY BOATS.
TARE LOWI.R THIN ANY Oi'HER ROUTE.
Bteaiuer " City of Troy," or"' Ontenra" leate West
loth st plor dillj.eiiept Sstiirdsy.il P. M,, con
net tin with Delaware au.1 Hudson and Fiichburi
trains. Bl'NDAY hTIHMI'Rs TOUCH AT ALBNi.
rutaklll, Illldsnn tun. Cnxsiieltlo Hunts
Leatpfootof Christopher st dall) , except Bunday,
at il P. M,
VIN03TON LINE, WiaT loth st. Dtlly, 4 ). M
Vsturda)s nt 1. -tiuincit BALniVlN and HO
MER, foe Cranctor-'. t oniwnii. Newlmig, Now ilam
burg. Marlboro, Milton, Poughkeepsic, HydoPark,
Esopus, Klugstiiu. conueciliig with V, k D. R. R, for
nil point In distill Mountains.
VJEW HAVEN LINK -Pfer 20:. It. Steamers dally
i- (exieptBuiiilay, at IIP. M uud 12 midnight.
(Ocean Ateamerjs.
"VORTH OERMiN LLOYD HTBMilllIP CO. "
1 LOMION, PARIS AND BltEMES.
FAu'l t,X.l'lH.-ShlF.AMEIts.
. K.Frlcdrlch.Apl.'J.ViiA M i K.Wm.D.i.. Marn 0A.M.
'Xraie, Tn., Ue 2.10 A.M. , L.tlin,'lu.,Marlit,10A.M.
; OELiaca!,W.,3B9vllnaOrecn,
eean teahuw. Oeean tenmeru. S H
Bk . f"T ' Tr, A ff'PiH trB I
. w BETWEEN' NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA jjjilj M I
'OLD POINT GOOTORT, 9 I I
PK- VBRG1N6A BEAGH SgJ II
WJj& R8CHM0KD, VA., 3 '- I
AtKfERICAINS LIIM.
fast i:ritKss sekvi'j'i:.
NEW kOUK BOCTIIAMITON I1NI1ON.
C'nllliiK ,stlifiunil fit Chi j-tMMii-tr.
Sailing Wednesilats at IP. A.M.
Ncti York April 2il I St. P.iu' , . Mat-17
HIS Louis May 11 St. I.oi.f, May 24
Paris M.n 111 I l'.iri. Mat 111
RED STAP4 LINE.
NMV YORK-ANP T.RP-PARIS
, . I-,,r' "Aiilni'sd jX at 12 noon,
henslngtpn April 20 I'riesland May in
Noimllaud M,iv s , Soutlinjik May 17
Ihccs'iaincrs i'ait,biu and thlid class us
scuui r nt Ioa rjti .
INI'ERNAI HIXJI, NWIHATIOV COMPANY,
llers 1 1 ainl 1 ., N. I otllce, (I Bow ling (Irvtn.
v a NAiti a n -i. Alrrrf r'"iiAi"irvX.
Intendi d I tiT jtishtp sailings from iineoiver.
JAPAN; CH1'U, and FfllLIPPINE ISLANDS
J":MS'!T'oSi,-u'",NV . May 8. .Inly Id. Bipt. 11
JMPRls'jv.isiiix ., May 2li. July .11, Dot. !i
F.MPRhsoF JAPAN , ..June lu, Aug. 21, Not it
HAWAIIAN ISLAtiDS, Fiji, Hew Zealand,
and Australia.
AOrN-nt . May 4 MIOWCRA timo I
Voi rte "jiply 'is I Brotdway .ind no Wnll st
CUIN5ARD LINE W.'jVEia."5
, r,oui ller 4ii. V it., foot Clarl in st.
Fimbria orll 2'i, ti . 51 ur.iul.i .May u, 2 p. M,
Lucnnia Md n I p. M i Etrurla May l.l, n . .M
Elt.NCN II. IIKOW'N ,CO.,(l.-n Ajts ,4 llowHiigdreen
COMPAGHIE GENERAL- TBANSATLANTIQUE.
niisrcT mm: i u jiavki-iauii nt m i.i.
Kiiltiii:-fery SAturtlny nt lit A .M.
Trom 1'i'T Nt 4, North Utter, fol Morton Rf.
lAf-ntkrocne April w Lx Hrctiitftin M.iy l!i
Ia NorinamlM- . M v tl li Tottralne May li"
IlAChami ane Mar la I La Un-ii.;m . .Intiu a
FirM-rlaiH pnmac.' to Havre, ,. autl upward.
Ocn'lAKemyfm 1 H. ami Can .;Uwliu(ir,cu.N V.
PannsySvania
t. , . rTL.3EX-aB.-0-.X.
8JA1 IONS f... t ,,i ni.il IWr.Ml InlIlD sTRIH"
ANDIlKSIIRO'1-d's ANDCOlll'I.ANDl BIIIEI'.TB
An Ihe lt'ating tiuii' fiont DenbriflOH .mil Cort
laudtstrirt. Is ti n lmutiti-, lslei than that giten In
low fnrTwetity.tliiia Strict Btutl in.
7iOO .. M. Fst MAIL - l.lmlti .1 to two Bullet
Parlor Cars Ni w York to Pittsburg slupiu.' Cir
Pittsburg to ( Meant. Nmuchet IMtslmrg
8:.0A,.M. 1SII.INI' P.tt-duirgalid Cletelslid
t'lJO A. l. PENNSYLVANIA l.lMllF.li.-Pulli tan
Cumpartnieiit Bleeping. Dining, smoking, and
Oinert at:on Cars For t lit. ao, t'l"t el.-.nd, 'I ok'du,
Ciih'iuimti, Iiiitlnnni oils. Leui.tillf. St. Louis
ItSO I. tl. ( illl'MKIASDSI'. M)l'IH Epur.
For Nashtllle 1 1 1 Cmiluiutt Indliuspolls, Chi
cago, St. Louis.
fii.VI P. tl. WESTERN EXPliFM.-For Chicago.
For Toledo, etri ot iitllrdav.
7Mlir. tl. Si)rTllM:-!ll.llNF.Xl'RE-ls. Forl'ilts
burg, Cleteland, Cln, lunati, Lolll'tllle, Indliusp
olls, St. Ioils
Till) I". .tl. ptCIFIC lAPUESB -For I'ittsbuig
aud Chicago Fur ltuotll , dull), tta Shi IMIl
dosh alliy Rimte, i.'onucLts lor clettlind, ex
cejit Batunlat.
82SJ V. tl. MAIL AND nVPRKS-l'illlmtil 'luf
let Hleening Cir Si t iik to AltiKiua. lU-d Lib
erty, Pitlsb'lrg and I oinls West, ilall, i-Mipt
Huilibl. Nomaihes.
IIASIIIMITII.N AND Till: MX'TII.
7:0". M:2(i. I) 2D, nr.ii. (Dining Car . lo.oo Dining
Can A. M., 12 O'l. 1 M) 2.0O :i.2o "Coiures.ional
Llm.,"all Parlor itnl Dlutru Cir), 4.2ii(Diulng
Can, I oo iliiuiiie Can. h-oo P.M., 12 no night.
Bunilai. rt:2),i,;2o, in.on iDtntngCari A M., 12 oo,
2.0(1 i't'2il "Conuresslou il l.im.,"a!l Parlor and
Dining Cars-, 4 2i'DiuiugCir, t;0o (Dining Can,
HOUP. M.. 12:0-. night
BOl'TIIEKN RAILWA! .-Express 2..-.I), 4:20 P.M.,
12 () night ilillr,
NORFOLK ND WESTERN RILWAY.-For Mem
phi and Sen Orli'ius, 2:'i) P. M d.ult.
ATLANHC I )S1' I,lNK.-i:xpress, n 2i) A. M. and
M'Oti p. M. daily.
CHF.SAPEKr. AOH10RlLWAY.-4 OOP.JI ilsilt.
FOR OLD POINT COMFllKT and NOIIFUl.lv.-7 Oil
V. M. tteek diitnuiid 7:40 I'. M. daily.
ATLANIII'CITY -1 0(1 P. M. week data In diroes
aud Cortlandt streets 2.M 1. M j. through Veil
bull il Tram, IlutTi t larlor C.ns, passenger Cuuh,
uud Combined Coich,
CAPE MAY.- 12 00 P. .VI. week dars.
Long Brani h. Asbury Park iluteilakin. Sundavsi.
I), can orite, and Pvunt Pbuiant rrom Wet
Twintv third Street Station'. s:5(i A. "L. 12:2u.
:i 20 ind4i,u I M suiid.i., n.ao . M , 4 ..u 1'
M. -from lii'sbri'ssi' aud Cortlandt streetsi, u id
A.M. 12 0. UJiiand 0 Hi P. M. Sundays, u 4".
A. M 0 10 P.M.
roil rim, i)i:i.i'in .
rt.in, 7'2n, 7 on, s.21), h on. ii 2d u mi Pennt I im
iledi, ii.fiii i Dining Car , im'ii DlnlngCir.il ,o
A. M . 12 Mi, I. On, 2 On, 11 Mi, 4 2D, JD' Dining
Cur. l:'.ii''Dinlni Can, f. .Mi D.mng Car 7 4i,
H.Mi P M . I J ll". night Sundats il 111, H:.'il. n Mi,
ii 20, n mi Limited n Mi, it) 00 (liming tar .
M, 12 mi, i r,n Inning Cm. 2 On. ,'t.M). 4 .'u
iDlningi'a' 4"0 .Doling Cur , O.on l)i:ing Car-,
7no, on I' M., 11:0". nllii .
Tii'kit otbies N'i. nil, nil. lino, nr.l.lll and
201 llroaduut, 1 At ir llou.e, Wist Twenty third
Stio. t Siutlon. and s'atlons fnut . f Desbr ism-s anil
Coitlandt Bluets, t i ourt sirei-t, Hon Full m
bl cet, us Riimdunv and Pennsvlvsnlii nn x
Station, Drookl) u station, Jei set Citt. The N t
nrk 'liansfer CmipKiit will call fur an I eh ik
tajgago from hotel and icsidcurc-i thiough to
dc-tiuatlon.
Teli phone "27'.7 Eighteenth Street" for I'enn.) 1
vanla Rnilrond ( 'ib Benite.
J. B. Ill ICIlINsON, J II. WOOD,
Heneral Manager Oeueial IM-.'r geiit.
ERIE RAILROAD.
Through trilns b ato Nitt- York, loot nt Chmihers
stri et.as follows, ami ttte uituulcs cither Iroui t st
2 id st
(,ll 1 A, tl, estibula upres, dally f n Ring
il.XJll lianiinu, Watt rlt, Fliuiia Hmliilo, llr.idford,
arriti s Bui'.nlo s p M Parlor ( ar to llunslo
0,( I. .tl. i-.tihtili- limit! d-Fast mull dillt.
M.ULf hnlid trulu fort liieugo. amti s at I li t eland
7 ill A M . Chlejg ". P. M. sleepi rs to Chi igo,
O et chin! uud Cim Innati. D.ulng Car
7.'-iM ' M.-Bullslo and cletelaml Vestll nled
I .till Etprer-s ilwli, arritrs 11 ulul i 7: i"i A. M.,
Bradford 7 20 V. M., Jamtatown 7. on . M Youngs
tittn 111 27 A.M., Cletilnud 12 Ml p M btirperstu
Biillalo and CI ti lind. fate Llliriiry Car
IJ. I ,r l. M. Dull solid tr.ilu for llingliaintnn,
tl. I .1 Eludru WiiterU.O.U'-auo. sleepi r to Hur
uellstillp. Chhagoiiml Clnriunatl Dining Cu
'IMCKint. I.OCM. lltIK CARDS AM) Pt'I.LMAN
J ACCO1IM0DA1IONB at III. I 111, 2111, 4UI nnd
H17 Dmadwav, 127 II iwery, I'.il F.ist 2tli t and
27.'ltoit 120th St.. Choniher. and West 7,'id st, fir
ries, New York, ll.'i.'l and son Fulton i, Iinal
wns, llronklrn: 122 Rlvir st,. Iloboken, I ml Jirset
Cltj Station. New York 'Irausfir C , i all for and
checks bosgagu from Hotel and residence to destina
tion. DELAWARE, LAGKAWANNA"& WSUM.
Stations In Ni w York foot Barclay aud Chri.t j-
i her Bt. Li ate Amu
BlnuhimtnnMall . H.iiiiam u :u pui
llnflalo Expn.s 'lonoaui "ihiii
ttliaen.Osuegii, I'tlea Evprtts lDisiam siHipm
Chicago ; Huflilo Expriss ""liiopni "s.onpm
Bcriintoo, ttllkeahurin A: Pljiu
niitliExirss 4i)opm I22i)pm
Chi a2uMlunuI0l.ini. Express .? iiopiu 7 .'loam
Btif.iloF.x,iirr.lliifIiloMani) :') pm j..i(iam
Syracuse, Ithaca, Oswego, Uiiia
Kxprea su.Siipm "7..10ain
Tieketasnd Pullman accommodations at 11.1, 4.2U,
and i'4-Mlroadwa. and 14 Park plac, ,
' Westcott's Express Comi'auy will call for ind check
bicg-ue to destlnaitoii, "Dallj ,
HAMBURG-AMERICAN ;H 1
TWIN-SCREW I'.NPRiasS LINE. 'l 1
NEW tORK-PARIB-LONDDN- llAMBlTRO.
'1 WIN-SCREW PASSENdER BKIIVICE. -H
NEW UP.K- lIAMllt'ltO DIRECT. ,H
NEW YORK -I.ON'DO.t-PARIS-HAMBURa. 'H H
For sellings, etc.. applt to H Ml
Compi'iy'solhie. :I7 11 ttay.N.V, 'Phone lH711roail. jH B
NEW YORK AND l'OR'10 RICO STEAMSHIP CO. 9
J ktc-imer BKN MV11C03, sail- 'H I
Aioitiiil I mu Auril 2H, .1 P. M touchin I
Porto Kiel), 1 atanJiiKUandprliKlpilporta flH I
I". S. A. 9 ofthulfdsud. Oond passeneer 4H l
s s s .1 accommodation. B
MILLER, Bl'Ll. c KNOWL'ION, Agents, H H
:u Broadway. Hj M
l,l"l'7tINfT LINK, "B H
daily si:iivici:. i H
For Old Point C'liutort, Norfolk, Newport New. H H
Portsuiouth. Pini,i l's Point and ltithtiioud, Vu., con 'HI
niTlliu' fur pptetslmrtf, llii'hniond. Virginia lliacll, H H
Wa-hlnutijii, D. ( ,, and entile South and West. R H
1'relglit ami Paiseiu'er sti'iimers sail from Pier 2d. H H
North ittiir, foit of Bi tielt st , eveiy week day ex. Hl 1
iiptsut nt .1 P. M ami Sa. at 4 P tl. '
W. 1 oril.l.MllEl'. lce Pros, and TralHrSlBT. H
WHITE STAR LI NET" H I
NEW YORK gl'EEV-JTOWN -Lit KilPOOL. H
('.vim i Apnl 20, .1 P M lii'itnunlu May lu, ndorj H B
Aiolu-it.t Ma u. noon 'lt'.ilonic. Ma, 17. noorj n H
I ir 1 aie, tr glit uud treueral inlorma'lrin ap 'B H
id. to MIIITI'. sTAIt I. INK, )
Pl r is. Nnrth River. Otlin. Biotdwat, New York. 1 H
Hiitvonrt.j. 'M I
NEW YORK CENTRAL 1 1
- Alt tlfoiuh ttnliiH stop at Ali nut , I'tici, Syracuse. H H
t:.i -iiii-tei nnd Butlulo, 1MB Mi
'li'ilnsleiti'iii.iud ( i-nt-.ilStittonasiollnw: H B
S.UI 1 V. 1 Di 1 , ovei it Hiiudats. Famous EM IHH H
.')"l'((;-,i ';i;i'Aliths, l.lMirr.D. . VH
l.i list train ni t'i orM. Due llitfilo :4.1. N. D
i pn- Fills :(.' 'lorou'o ii (in P M.. Detrnit 11:10 H Mi
P M l.imlliit tolls .itiiigiapu it. ,'BMi Mi
I -!. IA M.- I'AHI' M MI.. ll.ult-For IiUtTlllo. Ni-
, O. I tj uini FalN nml (Ii velind .H M
1I1.QII v VI IUY KtLPltr.v., except Xiindav- MB
I 1U.OVM ,r liju.iiu and all i'npoita'it New York MU
-tl(i points B H
1.1M I' M.-t)l'I')IVTKRN L1MIIF.I) AND
.UU i Hit von SPECIAL, luily For Columbus, MMH
I i im iim.it , In lian ui'ili", st l.iuii and Chloago. iMMH Hi
3,-JI P. M -TR IV VM) ALI1VSY SPI'.CIAL, ex- iMMH
.)U rriii h s.,1 1 Stops nt imp irfant stations. fB
T.ijn I' M.-LVKE SHORE LIMITED. Diily-S4. MM M
O.OU hinir trim lorChlni.'o, tia LukeBhore, Due
I 1 teliud 7 10 V. M , Chlin'o t .',0 P. M. Sleep. 'H
ing nnd pa"l irenr null . H
fj.nil I" M WLsTKIlN EXPRESS, Dallv For i
tl.UU Nn.ua 1 allrt. 1, lonto, Cleveland, Toledo, WMU
Dtloit ind Cld n'o H
fl.'t 1' M.-Ni)lirHI.ltN I'AI'RKSS, Daily-For H
v'.t. .Vluntrnal and, except Siturdaj, fur Ottawa. , B
T.'il I'- tl AIIIRONDVCK MOI'NTAINS AND i
I .')J MONTH-' Vh FXI'lll'S.S, Daily Via I'Hca. H
8 .OO 1". tl.-BCFFVL') AND SOrTHWEsTERH MM
.OU spKCIVL. Dallv-For Madura Fall. Clete- MM
liitnl, Clininuiitl, Iiidljii.ii'nllsauil St. Louis. MMi
tl.l ". l' " Pvi'IFic El'i:i:ss, Dsilv-For Os. -i
.J.X.J iTtgo, o.'d nsliun:, lluir.tlo, Mi-ira Falls, H
cliteIim'l,'lol"du. Chicago .ind. i vccpl Biturday, H
lor rape Vmi out nnd tho uburn road, j flH
1 1 fi NKiHI -IllIlNHill I EXPRESS FOR CHI. "i
l"lv ('Alio- F.tery night except Bunday night. 'HH
Bunday night Chk-.tgosler per levvo at 11.10. l
II.lll.i:tl DIVISION. H
P:I0 V. M.aud l:.'," P. M. Dailr, except Sunday, Xa H
Plttsililil. Bmiilai simly at U.2DA. M. 'H
Wuiiiu r l'.ilai e Cir on all through trains. H
Trains llluniiu itd with Plntseh light. H
Thket oiHcesut ll.l. 2UI, Hit ami 01-' Uroadwtgr. MMMi
20 I'nlon S W , 2ir, Columbus (IV.. (It West 125th MMM
st , tiriiud Central stvti 12MI1 st. Station, an 4 ,MB
lUHth St. Btition, New York: 'is and 72d Fulton -SMM
SI., and inn llroaduav, E. !., Btooktyn. -MMMi
Ti lephoue " 27tiu Thirty-eighth stud" for New '9MH
York C' ntnil C.1I1 Nrtlee, It.oragn cheeked frtT4
hot I or i sub m- lv Westrntt Express Company. jMD
(IEORUE II. DANIELS, (K nerul Passenger Agent. !
Lehigh Valley Railroad. S
Etatlona foot cf West 23rd, Cnrtlandt nnd Dcsbro'4 1
ttrets(l'nna. R U 1-errles.) H
Time West 2"rd bin 1 1 Oilier rlsures Cortlandt or iBMI
Desb.o.es si reels, t Dally except Bucda). t Suaday 'MMH
i, ill 1 oilier trains, dillt H
II. 1-1. 7.00 A.. M Loral for EASTON. B
7..10.s. 10 A. M I-or 111 FFALO, NIAGARA
FA1.I.S aud tt est, and principal local points. Parlor '1
and Olntng ( nrs I'onnecls fer Coal llrauehefct HI
I'll. .1(1. t-j.00 Noon. "OLACK DIAMOND
EXPRS4.M llaciisjiriett train lu the worlo Lim. HB
tied to seutlug capacity Due jiuffnto ti U P. II i con HR
nectlngwlihiliroiigli sleepers to Detroit and Chicago. mMBI
IilnlnsCarservliealacaiie ... . tMHi
.! -.it 1 nil p M t l"r vriLKEB.RARRE, MH
iVrS'l'Viii.'vi-'BANroN, Cool llranehct MM
1 'J. .Ill, l.l II 1. l., Inienuedlnte point.. , JMMMI
"I, .!(, .1.1.1 P M l.orsl fur MAl'CU CUUNK. A !
t ! ..111, -1.-20 1' M l.oe il fur 1.AS1 ON ) Mil
tM.SO. 'I.MO 1' M Locsl hxptessfor EASTON. Mii
M..1II. 11.10 P M. lor Durum and points West "nHJ
7 hroiiuli Mcjncg ( srs tn Clileugo sod 1 uronto nVHY
7.10. S.IIO P M Kxprcs fur lit FFALO and
TOR(iNI') None hut Slerping , ar mbienaers csrrled. VI
S.-'ll. S.IIO P M. ler tllUCA. HOI. HLBTEll, H
HF! 1-AL.Iiind West. Pleeplnit nrs toChleBBo H
SOI 111 PLAIN) IDI.II aud TlDCMi I'.lli'dlC locals,
dally ctept Siindl) 'lOJi, IOSOA M (USO. J SO to MM1
South lialnfleld on . '3 . 4 St', "M and S 50 P. M. H
"DTekets nml Piiilmiii sec innioitstlons et 111, l, s. flBI
c.v.mi nrd 1111 Itriindwny, fl I'nliui square West.N.T 1 !
8m Kullon st , 4 1 curt si , '.11 I!rnailay acd Brooklja H
Annex Sis'lon. Prnoklin MMH
N Y Trsn.t.'- 1 11 wnl rail for snd cheek hacsl 'MH
from hotel 1 rretlili'nci throuyh todetilnatlon. H
New York and Boston All Rail.
N Y., N II .V II. II li ami . ounectiniis. MU
Fioni (iratni C ntral siafinn. H
Lente lit way of Due M
Ullli.tl Spriligtleld and tt restcr, 'I,1')I. fMMI
In on M ,i'Ni wleimlui and I'Mt idem e,:i nop M. H
lluii'l V M "NewLoudi 11 nml l'rntidence,4".'0 P.M. H
12 uitl. Springai Id ami W rce.ter. ". 4(1 P.M. B
lioiiptl, An-1. 111.' tit Vtillnimntli. on I'M. H
1 Mi p tl , Nitt I. indniiand 1 .vldrnre,7too P.M. MMH
.Pis P M . Siw l.ouiliinandpMMdence v.nti p M. , HH
I on p vt 'snrnignel I an 1 VVoreitter. Iii.dOP.M. lMH
S.-.-iiu p vi -nii London and Pint idem 01 1 no P.M. flHi
111. imp VI., "-iiiriligtlelil and Wince stir. 11. 10A.M. liMH!
II-. 'si P M . "New l.i'liilnliunil l'l'"M'l'n-e.'l. '.'., A.M. MMH I
Kniii(l.l'). liillidiugBiiudii. MMH!
Hlla Mat" Limit' d. all pirl'ir 'in. fire 7, in. HHi
eluding pn"l'irc.ir oit 1.
(Vlr L 10-L mite I. air tisaud dipatt from Park H
Siinri station, II istou Return si rvlte same hour 'MH
and In 'iiiue mute. tVMll stop nt 120th st. H
lliroiuh parlor nnd sb iilng nr by lach train. '1
( '1, HFVII'STI.VD, (I'll. Pus. Agent. ,H
BALTIMORE& OHIO E. E. (K
Mlll'lll l.i. IN F.I H-.lT MIVtMIIF.il 20, IHMft. Mm ,
Lniti New Vork, Whitehall l'eniitiul South Ferry) H i
and t""t ot Lds-iti strict HH '
Dub M.vuvt siiiidaj. VSundays. H
rilli'Vllo (-4 .0 V VI. fr ..1 Liberty stiect only), 'MMLi
1 .'-.p vi snii 1.' i-iiiigiit 'MMMMI
Pinsill'Rii M (DA. M. fruit Limit) street MMMMI
out .' " P SI. 'I- loutg'it. MMMb
I.INC1N.N Ml, SI. I.uFIS.-i 00 V. M, t 00 P. M. iMH M
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS. '!
W.VIIIN'.ION. BM TlVli) IK ' -.-..-.. ll.ner), 'MMMMI
11 j. A M Dili' 1 , iu . . 1 M. II..' Inner', 'MMMMI
2 0'. ' lii" nl 1. 111 in I Y i l'.illni'U train), ,
I 0, iD'ie .1 OP M .ml l.' ! nlht NOU- MMMM
FOLK. I J .' I' VI ihmmj
All trams arc liliiiulnitrd nt I'.oti h L.cat. H
timnfc 11 , 172 201 4.14. 124 Broadway, 33 'IMH
I'mnnSq V., 127 Rowert, N. Y.. 'tin Fulton st IsO 'iMMH
firaham at , Br. oklyn, Whitehall Term, nal Hi t , JB
checked from hotel or rcslUcuiv to de.tiuation. r lJMM
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