The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on June 19, 1906 · Page 8
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Brooklyn, New York
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Tuesday, June 19, 1906
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s THE BROOKLYN" DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORE, TUESDAY. JUNE 19,1906. Personal :: AND :: Social Mrs. Ellen L. Butler, of Woodhaven, has gone to Buffalo to spend several weeks with her son-in-law, Orlow H. Boles, formerly of Brooklyn. The Rev. E. H. Ialer, assistant pastor of the German Lutheran Church, at Richmond Hill, leaves on Saturday for an extended European tour. He will visit England, Belgium, Holland, Germany, France and Switzerland. Members of the Queens Borough A. C, formerly the Smoky Hollow A. C, of Woodhaven, will hold their annual outing on July 3 at Coney Island. About 100 are expected to go In two large automobiles, which will leave Woodhaven at 7 P.M. A fou,r nights' lawn festival will be held under the auspices of the United Societies of Holy Family Parish, on the church grounds. Thirteenth to Fourteenth streets, between Fourth and Fifth avenues, from June 20 to June 23, inclusive. There are many attractive novelties exhibited, and the programme will include dancing and vaudeville performance. Four tables, the Holy Name, Holy Family, Rosary Society and Ladies' Aid, will be filled with good things. Refreshments will be supplied to visitors. The festival will be opened to-morrow evening by Charles S. Devoy. A novelty will be introduced entitled "The Farm." At the graduation exercises of St. Xav-ler's CoIIpb-p hpiH ef ra i t,.i oi uwucgiB nail, mau- hattan, last night, out of seventeen graduates these three were from Brooklyn: William J .Morris, Thomas F. McDermott and Anthony J. Relchart. Each one was made a Bachelor of Arts. The Rev Dr John J Walsh delivered the address to the graduates. The Rev. David W. Hearn -. or J., is the president of the college.; ' A social meeting of St. James Council, C. W B. L.. was held last evening at the council rooms, 117 Sands street, with an exceptionally large attendance of mem- w.8' 8Pve0lal feature of the occasion was a talk by the chaplain, the Rev Will-Jam B. Farrell. of Hempstead, on the importance and necessity for greater development of social life among Catholics-a development which an organization such ;.V!u B- U is caIulated to fbster, tie said, if the members take advantage of their opportunities. Under the direction of the orator, Miss Katharine Hanrahan, a musical programme was presented on the conclusion of the business session. Miss Elizabeth Eichorn played several F,olos flnely her selections including The Dance of the Demons" and a popular march. Miss Marea Orr-Murphy, a talented young violinist, delighted her hearers with her beautiful playing of a Berceuse, by Nlerud, and "Humoresque," by Dvorak. Alexander G. Mitchell, tenor, contributed the vocal selections, and his songs were very much appreciated, being The Heart Bowed Down," "Believe Me" and "Alone on the Midnight Sea." St. James is the second oldest and one of the largest councils of the legion in this borough. Miss Florence Gallagher, of 103 Concord street, is to sail on the Cretic on Thursday for a three months tour in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. James Andrew Knox have issued cards for the marriage of their daughter, Emma Louise, to Charles Arthur Vunck, to-morrow evening, at 8:30 o-ciock, at io3 Fittj-second street, Brooklyn. The clubhouse of the Pratt Institute Club, at 210 Grand avenue, was informally opened yesterday. From 10 o'clock, in the morning till 11 last night students visited their new home and took advantage of the various forms of amusements that It affords. The idea of the club was first suggested by the trustees of the institute. They sought to bring together the members of the alumni association and the students, in social intercourse. James Edwin Pearson, who is now acting as secretary and manager of the club, and four Instructors of the institute, were selected to get ideas for the new clubhouse. Two three story and basement brownstone houses were purchased. They were cut through and renovated at a cost of $25,000. The floors are of maple wood. In the basement there are bowling alleys and a large kitchen. The reception room, the reading room and the wardrobe are on the first floor. On the third floor is a capacious entertainment hall that will seat 150 persons. This will also be used for dancing. The club will be formally organized in the fall. The membership will probably reach 000. At last night's meeting of the entertainment committee of the United Singers,' at Arion Hall, Adam Fehlet, second vice president, in the chair, it was decided that the United Singers' parade to Fulton Ferry,, next Saturday, shall consist of two sections, the first comprising the East New York societies, which will assemble at Cooper Hall, Bushwick avenue and Cooper street; Marshal, Hermann Zeydel, and his assistant, Dr. Karl Maisel. The second section, the Williamsburg Division, will assemble at Arion Hall and will be marshaled by Herman Han and Albert Nabert. Both sections will leave their headquarters at 4:30 P.M. and meet at Greene and Bushwick avenues. From there they will be escorted by a band, under Grand Marshal Adam Fehmelwill, and march to the elevated station at Myrtle and Tompkins avenues. At the bridge, the parade will be met by the South Brooklyn societies, and together they will proceed to Fulton Ferry. From Jersey City a special train will convey the singers to Newark. The Monday Club, of Brooklyn, met yesterday at the Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum. About fifty members were present, all connected with the various charitable societies of Brooklyn. The members inspected the building visited the cooking class, where ihey partook of various dishes cooked and served by the pupils, also inspected the sewing and millinery classses' exhibits and were then entertained in the large assembly hall by the kindergarten. After enjoying the work of the little babies, they adjourned to the parade ground, where the girls went through a musical dumb-bell drill. The programme of the day ended with a parade by the Asylum Band and Cadet Corps; the cadets under Major Boyce and the band led by Mr. Egner did splendidly and received great applause and commendation from the invited guests. A special feature, both novel and pleasing, was a drill by the Lilliputian Brigade, composed of boys of about 8 years old. They were all uniformed and carried muskets and went through the drill like regulars. As the guests departed, all expressed themselves heartily pleased with tne day's programme provided for them by the superintendent and matron, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lazarus. Among the guests were H. Clay Preston, superintendent Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children; F. F. Harding, principal of public school No. 144; Eben Moi'- ford, luperintendent Industrial Home for the Blind; Wm. F. Nichols, general secretary Bureau of Charities; Arthur E. Wakeman, superintendent Brooklyn Chil-drens' Aid Society, and James P. Farrell, superintendent Brooklyn Disciplinary Training School for Boys. The Druiden Liederhain at last night's meeting began the study of tbe musical comedy "Studentenstreiche." which will be sung at the society's annual concert at the Labor Lyceum, November 18. Sylvester Lamm, captain of the William Tell Company of the Sueddeutscher Schu-etzenbund at its quarterly meeting at dock's Hall. Bushwick and Johnson avenues, was the recipient of a gold medal. Second Lieutenant Topy Lamm made the presentation. Captain Lamm was the organizer of the company. Many toasts were offered to the captain and the company. Under the au?pices of the Bavarian Saengerbund at Echo Hall. Johnson avenue, a mass rehearsal was held of the societies, which was conducted by Musical Director Gustav Hell. The Olive Quartet Club assisted. The societies represented were the Bavarian Saengerbund, Bach Quartet Club. Rldgewood Heights Maennerchor and Caecilia Wyckoff Heights. They will take part in the Bavarian Volksfest. Dr. McKinney-Steward, an Afro-Amer- A True Tonic i2X properties lean woman physician who practiced many years in this city, is to address the Equal Suffrage League of Brooklyn at 129 Willoughby street at 3 o'clock to-mor row. Dr. McKinney-Steward is visiting her relatives in Hancock street and will soon leave to accompany her husband, Chaplain T. G. Steward, and the regiment to Texas. ( ' Mr. Gannon and family, of Brooklyn, have rented the David Kendrick residence on Highland avenue, Glen Cove, and are already in possession. H. M. Adams and family, who spent a week or two at their country home at Glen Cove, after closing their city house, have gone to Egypt. Their home at Glen Cove is being almost completely torn down, and will be entirely remodeled. It was one of the first houses built In the Red Spring Colony. Mrs. Walters, Miss Maud Walters and Harry Walters, of Brooklyn, are spend ing muuiu m sea Liin. J. Van den Broeck, Belgian Consul at Galveston Tev. Drrrlvo.1 T, am , , ... ........ w w Lway uu board the steamship Finland, from Ant- William Roth, of the United Schiller and Werder Company of the Germanla Schuetzenbund, W. R., was proclaimed king ruarksman at the thirty-first shooting festival of the Germanla Schuetzenbund, that was held at Gentzlineer's Grove, and he was crowned with appropriate- ceremonies by Miss Katie Hof, daughter of the treasurer of the associa tion. Although the weather was not favorable, the Deutsch-Amerlkanische Schuetzen Gesellschaft, N. Y., the Manhattan Schuetzenbund, the German United Societies of New York and the D. K. U. V. were largely represented. The first prize for bowling was won by Frank Dorn. The affair was in charge of H. Gutmann, president; W. Franz, secretary; Fred Hof, treasurer. The women's society of the Brooklyn Saengerbund will hold Its annual outing at Kirchhuber's, Avenue L and Ocean Park avenue, to-morrow. The special attraction will be a prize bowling contest. Sergeant George Charleton, of the Sixty-fifth precinct police station, who has been for the past few weeks seriously ill with scarlet fever, at his home, 568 Nostrand avenue, has resumed his duties at the Brownsville station. Misfortune did not come singly to Sergeant Charleton, for his three children were taken down with scarlet fever, complicated by diphtheria. All three are now on the road to recovery, however. The Gamma Delta Phi Fraternity of the Manual Training High School brought their social season to an end last Saturday with the most successful trolley ride, dinner and dance they have as yet given. Despite the inclemency of the weather they traveled to the Astoria Hotel at Far Rockaway. More than sixty of the excursionists gathered at the Flatbush avenue depot of the Long Island Railroad, where their special car was attached to the Jamaica train, leaving at 4:30. Upon their arrival at Jamaica, where several additional members joined the party, a special trolley car was boarded and the Far Rockaway trip resumed. Within a short time after the hotel was reached a most excellent dinner was served. When the cigar stage was reached there was an interchange of good wishes in behalf of the numerous fraternities whose representatives were present. Recourse was then had to the ballroom, wnere dancing was enjoyed for the three succeeding hours. The delightful ride home was a fitting close to one of the most enjoyable of the fraternity's social events. It was made evident that it requires more than mere dampness to quell the merry spirit of the Manual girls and boys. Among those present were Misses Albee, Buttner, Bonner, Burkhartlt, Figge, Gethen, Halleran, Hamion, jvenney, ing Nathan, Nicholson, o uoyu.urr.oiiauu, Sharp, Seelman, Stillwell, Steinek, Suhr, Wallander, Tredwell, Wilson, Mrs. Suhr; Messrs. Buttner. Burkhardt Cordes, Genler, Gorden, Lee, Morton, Muller, Nelson, Ormond, O'Meara, E Orr, W. Orr, Reul, Roos, Rauchfuss, RothacUer Sayers, Stillwell, Suhr, Thorte, Timberlake, Stil-ing, Williams, Wilson. The committee in charge of the arrangements was Edmund J. A. Williams chairman; Ernest J. W. Muller and Leo B. O'Meara. A. reception was given by the Phil Kenrnv Circle No. 6, Ladies of the G. A. R to the national president, Mrs. Ruth Foote.and to the national senior-v ice . president, Mrs. Stevens, last night at Hart s Hall Gates avenue, near Broadway. A special invitation was sent to the G. A R. of New York, New Jersey and Brooklyn, as well as to the Ladles of the G. A. Ft. and to the Sons of Veterans. Among the circles represented were Battery B of New Jersey, Phil Kearney of New Jersey, Brooklyn Circle No. 42, Spellmann Circle, Ewen Circle of Yonkers, Lafayette Circle of Manhattan, and John Brown Circle No. 6, Sons of Veterans, and many members of the entertaining circle completed the gathering. The programme, after the reception opened with a speech by the national president, Mrs. Foote, followed by one by the national senior vice president, Mrs. Stevens. Police Captain Miles O'Reilly, of the Fifty-fourth precinct, said a few words. A badge was presented to Mrs. Foote by the Phil Kearny Circle, Sibil Brand making the presentation. After some singing and dancing the programme closed with speeches by Commanders Schumann and F. Macon and Captain Nut- thall. George M. Falcon and Miss Bessie Ablit-zer were married at the residence of II3. Souvenir Post Cards For EAGLE Readers see colpov o srccor page of daily eagle and ay SIXTH PAUIS OP SLUAY KAtil.lO. The bJagle's Btalt of expert photograpni'in, m making picture for the -bally Picture Section nd the Sunday Kagle, take many photog;rpia of permanent interest and value. The Kagle naa fcrmiitfcft to reprotlu'-t.' thfse photographs upon Post Cards, which will Le glven to Ita readers FHEK OF CHAKGE. The card are published In sets of six, which -will be gien to any one in exchange for ix coupons of any date printed on the second papa of the dally Kagle and on the sixth pags of the Sunday E.isk Inasmuch n seven coupons are published each week, and an only six aru neccvisary to obtain a set of cards, the additional coupon each week for six weeks will entitle the holder tu any series of cards alreadv published, providing the set requited has not become exhausted. Take efx coupons of any dates to any branch office of the Eagle. nd ft set of six cards will be issued, or, if preferred, will be mailed to any address on receipt of the coupons and 2 cents postage, to cover mailing ot each series. Address Souvenir Poji "ard Department. There will he hundreds of dlfferfiu subjects. The Thirty-! hlrrt SfricN f UliiHt rntod Souvenir Pout Cards, Beginning, Monday, June zr, nnd ending Saturday, Jane 30, 1006. Brooklyn College of Pharmacy Building; Holy Rosary Church, Chauncey st. and Refd av. ; Ocean flyer "Baltic" of the White Star Line; OwJ's Head, on the Shore Road; Williams-burph Tru-t Co. Building on Fulton at.; Pu blic School No. 116, 18th st., near 6th av. Rich," tissue - forming:, blood - making will be found in ' jHEUSER-BUsc A liquid -food containing, in predigested form, the strength-giving, nerve-building elements of Barley-Malt and Hops. More potent than drugs and is harmless to the most delicate person. Malt-Nutrine, unlike drugs, can be taken Without fear of contracting a habit. Sold by all Druggists and Grocers, Prepared by Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'a St. Louis, U.S.A. TRY IT m .rlLhrv-i.', PT,' mTrvrrrr. MELLOWED BY 10 YEARS ' 1 1 r ) ' P0SE W00D jjjjjl Sntf iid Sold EvmrtM, T jfSHui Will HPyfirKTWM,3,tQ If Molllent Ammonia. A DELIGHTFUL PREPARATION. Refreshing as a Turkish Bath. Invaluable for Toilet Purposes. Splendid Cleansing Preparation for the Hair. Allays the Irritation caused by Mosquito Bites. Invigorating in Hot Climates. Restores the Color to Carpets. Cleans Plate and Jewelry. Softens Hard Water. . So Vivifying after Motoring and other Sports. USED BY ALL THE ROYALTIES OF EUROPE AT GBOCEHS AND DRUGGISTS, 25o. PER BOTTLE. "You Can Safely Save Money at Biker's" Toilet Goods. Quality lias so much to do with the value of preparations used In the toilet you really should not risk your personal appearance by a cureless purchase. If you're as particular In the selection of your toilet articles as we are you'd never buy anywhere but at Riker Stores. The few prices here show one reason why you should "depend on Riker's" for your toilet goods you'll appreciate other reasons when you see the goods. Mennen's Talcum Powder. .13c Ly&ns' Tooth Powder 14c Dr. Charles' Flesh Food.. 34c Packer's Tar Soap 14c Riker's Florida Water.... 38c Riker's Violet Cerate A delicate cleanser and beautifier SOc Remember the promptness of our mail order department. Deliveries all over Brooklyn and suburbs free. DRUG STORES' Main Store: 456 FULTON ST. FULTON STREET, FLATBUSH AV. Cor. Clinton et. 1 Cor. St. Mark's av. COLUMBIA STREET, SUMNER AV, Cor. Union et. Cor. Putnam av. "In fevers Allouez Bi-Magnesia Water is splendid' C. B De-Bey, M D., Chicago HENRY T. HODGSKIN, AGT.. (iS Broad St., Neiv York. Tel. 302T Broad. the bride's parents, at 8 P.M., June 18. 463 Carlton avenue, Continued on Page 9. If' H I m 5,3 S if! hi YOUR BATH RAILEOADS. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD Tima Table Effective June 14th, 190U. Trains leave FLATBUSH AV STATION FOR Rlverhead and principal stations! to Greenport 8:40 A.M., Sl:38 (52:68 express to Greenport, stops at Riverhead only), t4:10, 5:07 (5:50 to Hlvernead only), P..W. Sun.. 8:10 A.M., 4:20 P.M. Central Park and principal stations to Ron- konkoma 8 :09 (8:40, express from Hlcksvllle), 10:31 A.M., 2:00. 3:13, 4:42, 6:07, 5:50 6:41. 11:45 P. M. Sun.. 9:10 A.M., 1:41, 4:20 P.M. Amagansott, The Hamptons, Sag Harbor and Murk-lias 8:40, 10:39 A.M. (!1:39, except Moriches), (3-39, Kastport), (t4:10. except Moriches). 6:07, (5:38 Moriches) P.M. Sun., 9:10, 10:39 A.M. (4:20 P.M., Moriches). Patchogue, Isllp. Bay Shore 7:10. 8:40, (10:39. except Isllp), 10:58 A.M., 2:04, 3:39, 4:38 (5:07, except Bayehore and Islip), 5:36, 6:41. (8:00. except Patchogue) P.M. Sun., 9:10. 10:39, 11:40 A.M., 1:30, 3:00, 6:41, 10:18 P.M. Babvlon-7:10, 8:03. 8:40, 10:39, 10:58 A.M., Jl:01, !1:30, 2:04. 2:68, 3:39, 4:10, 4:38, 6:07. 6:36. 5:50, 6:09, 6:41. 7:11, 8:09, 10:09 P.M. 12:0S nlRht. Sun.. 8:30. 9:10, 10:39, 11:40 A.M., 1:30. 3:00, 6:41. 10:18 P.M. Port Jofferxon Branch 5:49, 7:32, A9:10. All:08 A.M.. AS1:50. 3:13 (t4:38, except Syosset, Cold Spring, Oreenlawn. Kings Park and Setauket), 4:42, 5:61. 8:41, 8H.4S P.M. Sun., A9:00, 10:01 A.M.. 1:10. 6:41 P.M. A Runs to Wading River. Oyster Boy, Olen Cove, Sea Cliff, Roslyn 5:19, 7:32. 8:58 '0:58 A.M., 51:01 2:00, 3:39. 4:38. 5:36. 6:09 6:41 8:09. 10:09. 712:08 P.M. Sun,. 9:00. 9:51. 11:28 A.M. 2:00. 4:20 . 6:41, 8:41. 10:58 P.M. Far Rockawav, Arverne 5:49, 6:37. 7:03, 17:10, 7:32, 8:18, 9:10, 10:11, 11:02 A.M. 11:00, 1:30. 2:04 2:32, 3:39 4:40, 5:07. 5:12, 6:40. 6:23. 116:41. 7:11, 8:01 9:35 10:09. 11:00. 12:08 night. Sun., 8:30 9:58. 11:00 A.M.. 1:00. 2:02. 3:10. 4:05. 4:33. 5:40. 6:0S. 0:32, 7:21. 8:00. 8:01, 8:2S. 8:50, 1110:18 P.M. Garden Citv. Hempstead 6:37. 8:09. 9:31. 10:58 A.M. 12:30 11:01, 2:00. 3:39. 4:38. 5:36. 6:09,, 6:48 8:09. 10:09 P.M.. 12:08 night. Sun.. 9:10, 10:01 11:28 A.M.. 2:00. 4:20, 6:40. 6:49. 8:41, 10:58 P.M. Long Beach 7:10. 10:11. 10:58 A.M.. 81:01, 2:04. 4:10 5:07 6:50, 6:41, 8:09. 10:09 P.M. Sun., 9:00 11:28 A.M.. 1:30. 8:00. 5:40, 6:41 P.M. Rockaway Beach Week-days 6:02. 6:53. 8:05. 9:0", 9:49 10:40 11:15 P.M., 12:10. 1:03. 1:54, 2:45 3:20 4:15 6:15 5:45. 6:15. 7:05. 8:20. 9:05, 10:00 11:20, 12:08 P.M. Sun.. 7:04. 8:50. 9:35. 10:05 10:35 11:05 11:35 A.M.. 12:20. 1:07. 1:40, 2:06, 2:30 3:02, 3:35 4:12. 5:02. 5:20. 5:50. 6:50, 7:15. 7:43,' 8:14. 8:56.' 9:25. 9:50. 10:24. 11:07 P.M. IIFar Rockaway only. tVVed. and Sat. only. JSat. only. twill not run on July 4th and Sept. 3rd. JFrldays and July Srd only. RUTLAND RAILROAD NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES. The popular Pullman route New York to Montreal and Ottawa. The only direct line to Green Mountain Resorts Manchester. Kvtlanu, Brandon (jl.iK9 Dunmore and Hyde Manor), Middle- bury, Vergennes, Burlington and the-Island msorts of Lake Champlam "Across the Islands and Beyond.' the handsome souvenir book, publish?cl by the Rutland Railroad, will be pent on receipt of ten cents in postage dv Gen. Southern Pass. Agt., 1216 B'way. N. Y., or Gen. Pass. Agt., Rutland, Vt. NEW YORK, ONTARIO & WESTERN RY.' Leaves FranklinSt, 2:15 A.M. 3:15 A.M. t6:5 A.M. tS:00 A.M. ?8:25 A.M. :(I5 A.M. 11:40 A.M. tl2 :00 noon Leaves W. 42nd St. 3:15 A.M. 3:30 A.M. U:15 A.M tS:13 A.M. 9S:35 A.M. t9:15 A.M. Way Trnln Way Train Way to Ltv'gst'n Manor Day lOxni eFS to Opwego. Sunday Spl. to Roscoe... Liberty Express Saturday Spl. to Liberty Waltnn Kxprpss Ellenvllle.Mnntlcello Ex S;it'd'y Spl. to L. Manor KlIenvllle&Klngston Spl Mnmlrrll.i&Roscoe Exp, 12:00 neon t!2:15 P.M. tl!:45 P.M. tl:00 P.M. tl:15 P.M. t3:15 P.M. t3:45 P. M 6:00 P.M. tl:00 P.M. M:00 P.M. :25 P.M. 5:40 P.M. w -NtPrn Express Train runs dally. tDally ex. Sunday. JSat. only, ppunday only. Parlor Car seats at 42 Broadway, N. Y., only. LEHIGH VALLEY. tm.un 11. ot ymton St. I)ally. tEcut Sunday L. Brooklyn Mimch Chunk Local fi.i& am ItnfTiilo Express t; 1ft am UnlTslo Kiiirr ss 9.45 A M BLACK CiAMOND BXPBS33 "11.45 A MaucIi ClmnK and Hazleton Local "12.15 pm Wllkna-Ilarre Kipress ta 45 p m Eaet-on Locsl 4 45 P V ClitciiKoanrtToroMo YenibuleExpreas . . . 5 15 pm THB! BUFFALO TRAIN "7.45 PM Tickets and Pullman accommodations at 315 Fulton St, 4 Court St, 479 Nostrand Av, 390 Broadway; ft Fulton St. New York Transfer Co. will call and check binaga. BAILBOADS. "Auerica'a Greatest Railroad." NE.WYORK CENTRAL. & HUDSON RIVER R. P, Tralna depart from Orand Central Elation, 12a t.. New York, as below: All through trains; except those leaving- at 1:30 A.M., 1:02. 3:30, 8:40, 11:30 P.M.. stop at 126th st. to receive passengers ten minutes after leaving Grand Central Station. XliilO A.M.-JMIDNIGHT EXPHBSS. T.oO A.M. t ADIRONDACK, THOUSAND ISLAND & MONTREAL SPECIAL 830 A.M. fEUPIRE STATB E'XPRESi (the u moat famous train In the world). I45 A.M.-FAST MAIL. 24 hrs. to Chicago 10l A.M. "DAY EXPRESS. llj a P.M.-THB SECOND EMPIRE. ltOli P.M. CHICAOn SPECIAL. 2l04 P.M.-'SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED, all Pullman Cars. 8l30 P.M. "THE 20TH CENTUPY LIMIT- ED," 18 hour train to Chicago. 8l4J P.M.-fALBANY AND TROY FLYER. 4l P.M.-'HUDSON RIVER SPECIAL. P.M.-'THE WOLVERINE. O'rAP-M'-FAST MAIL. ALBANY. 6i30 P.M. 'LAKE SHORE LIMITED. ?3tt hour train to Chicago. All Pullman cars Bl30 P.M. 'CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS LIMITED. All Pullman cars UHM) P.M.-'WESTERN EXPRESS. 7"M P.M. 'MONTREAL EXPRESS. 7l30 P.M.-'ADIRONDACK & MONT'L JCXP BlOO P.M. TiUFFALO, NIAGARA FALLS, CLEVELAND & TORONTO SPECIAL 8l20 P.M.-'WESTERN NEW YORK AND THOUSAND ISLANDS EXP. llHO P.M.-'PACIFIO EXPRESS. 11 130 P.M.-'CHICAOO & ST. LOUIS EXP. 'Daily. tExcept Sunday. Except Monday. HARLEM DIVISION. 9:03 A.M. and 3:36 P.M. dally, except Sunday, to Fittsflold and North Adams. Sunday, 8:37 A.M. Saturdays only. 2:30 P.M. Pullman cars on all through trains. Trains Illuminated with PintBch light. Ticket offices at 149, 245 413 and 1213 Broad--way. 25 Union Sq. w., 275 Columbus av., 117 West 125th st.. Grand Central and 125th st. stations, New York; 338 and 726 Fulton st. and 106 Broadway, Brooklyn. xeiepnone "oo" 38th Street for New xorn Central Cab Service. Baggage checked from hotel or residence by Westcott Express. -A. H. SMITH, C. F. DALY. General Manager. Pass'r TraUlo Mgr. WEST SHORE R. R. (New York Central & Hud. RIv. R.R., Lessee.) Trains leave Franklin st station, -New York, as follows, and 15 min. later foot West 42d St., N. R. : t9:40 A.M.-Catsklll Mountain Limited. 11:20 A.M. Mountain ExpresB. Ti2:45 P.M. Rip Van Winkle Flyer. 1:00 P.M. Chicago Express. 2:25 P.M.-Cont. Lim. for Detroit. Chl.&St. It. 13:25 P.M. Ulster Express. 6:20 P.M. For Roch., Buffalo, Cleve. & Chi. t8:00 P.M. For Roch., Buffalo, Detroit & St. L 9:45 P.M. For Syr.. Roch., Nla. Falls.Det.&Chl Daily. tDally, except Sunday. Baggage checked from hotel or residence py Westcott Express. A. H. SMITH, C. F. DALY, General Manacer. Pass'r Trafflo Mgr. NEW JERSEY CENTRAL .-.Tm, ( Foot Liberty St., N. K. STATIONS. J West 23d St., N. B. Time shown below Is from Liberty St. West 2Sd St. leaves 10 minutes earlier, except as noted by designating marks. EASTON, BETHLEHEM. ALLENTOWN AND MAUCH CHUNK-z4:00 (7:15 Baston), 9:10 A.M., 1:20, 4:40, 5:00 (b5:45 Easton only) P.M., Sun., Z4:30 A.M.. 1:00 , 6:00 and 6:00 P.M. WILKESBARRE AND SCRANTON-9:10 A.M. 1:20 6:00 P.M. Suntiays, z4:30 A.M., 5:00 P.M. LAKEWOOD, LAKEHURST, TOMS RIVER AND BARNEGAT-z4:00. 9:40 A.M.. 1:30, c4:15 (Lakewood and Lakehurst only, k3:40, 5:00. xve.OS). Sundays, 7:00 A.M. (9:40, Lake-wood and Lakehurst). ATLANTIC CITY '9:40 A.M.. kt3:40 P.M. LONG BRANCH. ASBURY PARK. OCEAN GROVE, POINT PLEASANT z4:00, 8:30, 11:30 A.M., exl2:40, xl:20, 1:30. 2:45, g4:45, ai'Klfi, 5:30, 8:30, 12:01. Sundays, except Ocean Grove, 9:15 A.M., 4:00, 8:30 P.M. ATLANTIC HLDS., SEABR1GHT. MON MOUTH BCH.. EAST LONG BRANCH z4:O0. zo:50. 8:30. 11:30 A.M.. 1:30, 4:30, 5:30, 8:30 P.M. Sundays.. 9:00 A.M., 4:M B.M. SANDY HOOK ROUTE FOR ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, SEABRIGHT, LONG BRANCH, ASBURY PARK, OCEAN GROyE, SPRING LAKE, POINT PLEASANT Pier 81, N. R., W. 42d St., 9:55 A.M., 12:30, 8:00, 4:15 P.M. Sundays, 9:25 A.M., 1:00, 7:46 P.M. Pier 10, N. R., Cedar St.. 10:20 A.M., 1:00. 8:45, 4:45 P.M. Sundays, 10:001 A.M., 1:30, 8:10 P.M. READING, HARRISBURG, POTTSVILLE & WILLIAMSPORT z4:00, z4:30, 18:00, :10, (10:00, 11:00 A.M., Reading only), III 1:00, 11:30, 12:00 P.M.. Reading. Pottsvllle, Harrlsburg only. 14:00, '6:00. 7:30 P.M. PHILADELPHIA. z4:30, m7:00, rnS:0o, '9:00, m'10;00, UM A.M., m12:00, ml:00, 2:(H), 3:00, '4:00. m6:00, m'0:00, 7;00, 18:00, U:00, 10:30 P.M., J'12;15 md t. BALTIMORE AND "WASHINGTON. 8:00, m'10:00, tn'12:00,- m'2:00, m'4:00, m'8:00, 7:00, 112:15. Daily. tDally except Sunday. JSundays. Parlor cars only. f Via Tamaqua. aExcept Saturdays. mDlnlng car. xSaturdays only. sFrom Liberty St. only. From Twenty-third St z5:20 T.M., c3:50 P.M., el2:20 P.M., 84:30 P.M., 111:50 P.M.. k3:20 P.M., V5:60 P.M. Offices.- Liberty St., West 2Sd St.. Astor House, 245, 434, iSOO. 1354 Broadway, 182 6th Av 281 5th Av.. 25 Union Square West, 2798 3d Av., 105 West 125th St., 245 Columbus Av., New York; 4 Court St., 343, 314 Fulton St., 479 Nos-trand A v., Brooklyn: 390 Broadway, Williamsburg. New York Transfer Co. calls for and checks baggage to destination. W. G. BE3LER. C. M. BURT. Vlce-Pres. & Oen. Mgr. Gen. Passr. Agent. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. STATION foot of Fulton Street. 7 145 A.M. CHICAGO SPECIAL. 0l4S A.M. PITTSBURGH DAY EXPRESS. 10l45 A.M. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. Chicago, Cincinnati and at. LOltls. 1 4B P.M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED. Il4l P.M. CHICAGO, CINCINNATI AND ST. JjUUtS EXfllKSS. 3:45 P.M. PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL. 1M hours to Cliicasro. i r-.jTi, imiualu Limn jlv. 6:45 P.M. WESTERN EXPRESS, fill 5 P.M. ST. LOUIS & CINCINNATI EXP, Ti45 P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. 815 P.M. CLEVELAND 4 CINCINNATI 0t35 P.M. PITTSBURGH SPECIAL. WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. "7:46, 8:16, "11:16, 0:45, '10:45 A.Jil., 12:10, 12:4 2:05 C5:1B, "Congressional Lim."), 3:15, 4:li 4.56, 6:4o, 9:05 and 11:35 P.M. week day Sundays, 8:15, '9:15. 10:45 A.M., 12:15, 12:4i ('3:15, "Congrefisional Lim."), 3:15, 4:45. 5:45. 9:15 and 11:45 P.M. SOUTHERN KA1LWAY-'3;15, '4:16 and 11:31 P.M. dally. ATLANTIC COAST LINE Express, 9:15 A.M. and 9:06 P.M. dally. SbAliuAHU Altt LINE! RAILWAY Express, 1210 and lltSt P.M. daily. NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY For Memphis and New Orleans, 3;li P.M. dally. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY '7:45 A.M. and '4:65 P.M., week days, and 4:4i P.M.. Sundays. FOR OLD POINT COMFORT AND NORFOLK '7:15 A.M. week days and 8:35 P.M. dally. ATLANTIC CITY 9:45 A.M. and 2:45 P.M. week days. Sundays. 7:45 A.M CAPE MM-Express. 12:45 P.M. week days. LlJAU BHA.MCrl. AStiUKir PARK. (Ocean Grove), (North Asbury Park Sundays), and Point Pleasant, 8:45, 10:45 A.M., 12:10 (1:05 Saturdays only). 2:05, 3:15 (4:15 except Long Branch), and 4:45 P.M. week day-. Sundays, 8:15, 9:15, 10:45 A.M., and 4:45 P.M. Ticket Offices: No. 4 Court btreet, 890 Broadway, 479 Nostrand avenue and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brooklyn. The New York Trans, fer Company will call for and check baggage from hotels and residences through to destination. Dlntn. Car. tExtra fare Train. W. W. ATTERBURY. J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager. GEO. W BOYD, General Passenger Agent. TO THB C ATSK1LL MOUNTAINS via the CatsUlll Mountain, Otis and Catskill iiikI Tnnnersville Railways. Direct connection witn tne l. central train leaving New York at 11:15 A.M.. and the West Shore trains leaving West 42d St at 7:30 A.M. and 11:35 A.M. Also direct connection with the HUDSON RIVER DAY LINE and the CATSKULL FVF.NINO LINE STEAMERS. PURCHASE TICKETS VIA CATSK1LL. Lackawanna Railroad 1. X il. iu relay, ChrtbiuiJiier it weist. ats, t8:00A.M. For Uinclmn toa and Klmira. 10 :00 A.M. For fcluualu, Chicago and fit. IouI. 1 :W r-m. r "t uuutiiu ami wiucaRO, t4W P.M. Fc Scrauton and Plymouth. 6:15 P.M. For But.Jo and Chicago. 8:5-P.M. For Buffalo, Syracuse, Utlca. 2 00 A.M. For ChlcaKO Sleepers open 9:10 PM Tickets at 149, 4?9, 1183. 1434 Broadway, N.T.; t29 Fulton et. Prooklyri. DHl1y. tExcept Sunday OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. FOE PORTO RICO. Fteamshfrjs of the Red D Lln wilt rmr Pier 13, li'klyn, for San Juan direct, as follows; stepmanip varacas Saturday, June 23, noon Steamship PhlltdelphJa-Surilay, July 7, noon Por fietht or passage apply to BOULTON. BLISS & DALLETT, Cenernl Manapers. S2 Wall St., New York- ITALIAN ROYAL MAIL S; S7C07 NAV1UAZIONE OENEKALE 1'iALlANA. TO NAPi-tlS, GKXUA, ALEXANUKIA. SiclUa Juna 2t)L.;surla juu. 26 Lombardia July l!Siciiia Aug. g For further information apply to Hlrxel. Feltmnnii & Co., 3-n B'way, N.Y. 4. Ami. IS- t?nma. lv. 2.V Sen. 12 Madonna (new twin screwi. Julv 11. .Auk. 29 J. I KK u,r.;, u. p. A , 31 Brondway. N. Y. "La Veloce" Fast Italian Line. Weekly sailings to Naples, Genoa, from Pier W. 34th st N. Y. CABIN. J5;, AND UP. Large cabins. Dining saloon on promenade deck. Dolomicsi, llartfleltl Jt Co, tin Wall ait TR1XIDAD I,I'E. New York to Grenada and Trinidad. B. W. I. Front Brooklyn. MARACAS June 20.MARAVAL, June If Slnule fare. 50.0O. Return, J92.60. Trinidad Shipping- and Trading Co., Ltd., tt -Broadway. EXPRESS- A P L E S SERVICE i Aiitlfcl l-INE-Aloden, steamers, built 1302-3-5. New York to Nnnla, ,v... vv,c, siu riava. All Ktarprnnm imr.i.ia ,m.!.K OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. Jiamburg -American Special Passenger Service. PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG HAMBURG. Kaiserin A. v., June 21Kalserin A. v.. July 19 Oceana June C3 Deutschland July 26 ueutscniand June 28Amerlka Aug. Amerika Julv F,IBluecher Auwr. Amonsr sneclal features nf these shlDs: Grill Room, Rltr-Carlton Restaurant a la carte. Ele vators. Gymnasium. Palm Garden. Electric Baths. Twin Screw 'Passenger Service. DOVER (LONDON OR PARIS) & HAMBURG. Large Twin Screw Vessels of 14,000 tons. Sutterh DBM.n..r arnnmmnriHllnn. Pretoria June 23! Patricia July 28 Waldersee June 30Pretorla Aug. 4 Pennsylvania ..Julv ulWaMfrin Aue 11 Batavla July 21, Pennsylvania ...Aug. 25 -jo mmourg direct.. Mediterranean Service. TO NAPLES AND GENOA. P. Oskar July 17! P. Adalbert Sept. 25 tMoltke July 24 P. Oskar Oct. 9 V. Adalbert Aug. 7itMoltke Oct. 28 t-vtoitKe sept. hip. Adalbert Nov. ICalls Gibraltar; has Grill Room & Gymnas'm Summer Cruises to the Norwegian Fjords, North Cape, Spitsbergen, Iceland and European seaside resorts. Send for programme. TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISSUED BY lilts uunrAii. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 37 Bway, N.Y. LEHRENKRAUSS & SONS, 379 FULTON ST. Traveling alone and doing your own work Isn't easy. Tnke the benefit of our 65 years' experience without money and without price. 50 Tours to Europe. 8 Round the World. Trans-atlantic and European Tickets; foreign moneys, circular notes; everything you need. Go to the most convenient office; there are three of them in New York. COOK'S TOURS 245 AND I18S BROADWAY, tt 40 MADISON - AVENL'E, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA. CHICAGO, ETC. WHITE STAR LINE NEW YORK. QUEENsiTOW.S. LIVERPOOL. Oceanic, June 2O,4:S0pmCedric, June 29, 11 am TeutonlcJuna 27, 10 amBaltic July 4, 4 am BOSTON. QUEBNSTOWN. LIVERPOOL. CYMRIC. June. 21, 10 A.M.; July 19, August 23 ARABIC July 6, 9:30 A.M.; Aug. 2, Aug. 30 r.EPUBLIC July 12, 3:30 P.M.; August 18 the MEDITERRANEAN Azores, FROM NEW YORK. CRETIC June 21, 10 am: Aug. 4, Sept. 2 CANOPJC June 30, 5 P.M.; Aug. 11, Oct. ROMANIC....July 7, 11 A.M.; Sept. 15, Oct. 27 for passage, tickets ana drafts payable on demand anywhere in England, Ireland. Sweden, Scotland and Norway, apply to V. ALDRIDGE, 68 Court St. Brooklyn; J. C. HENDERSON A SON, 344 Fulton st; GEO. SIEMS, 142 Green-point av; H. F. KOCH. 48 Broadway, and J. LEHRENKRAUSS & SONS. 879 Fulton St. WHITE STAR LINE, Office. 9 B'way. N. T. OUNARD LINE From Piers 61-62, North. River. To LIVERPOOL via QIJKE.NSTOTVN. Campania.June 23,2 pm Carmanla..July 3, 1 pm Ultonla...June 26, noonLucania....July 7, I pm Etrurla.. June 30. noonUmbrla.July 14, 10 AM Ultonia, second and third class only. GIBRALTAR GENOA- NAPLES ADRIATIC New Modern Twln-Sqrew Steamers. SLA VON IA.... July 10, 10 A.M; Aug. 28. Oot. 1 PANNONIA....July 17, 2 P.M.; Sept. 11, Oct. 30 CARP.THIA.J"ly 31, 1 P.M. ; Sept. 25, Nov. 20 VERNON HA BROWN, G. A., 21-24 State St., Opposite the Battery. 126 State et. Boston, Mass.; THOS. H. HEN-DRICKSON. 343 Fulton st, B'klyn; H.F.KOCH. ( Broadway, B'klyn.E.D.; J. C. HENDERSON ft SON, 844 Fulton St. B'klyn; J. I.BHREN-. KRAUS3 & SONS. 379 Fulton St. SOUTHERN PACIFIC ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP MINES. NEW YORK-NEW ORLEANS SERVICE. FAST TIME, SUPERB SERVICE, EXCELLENT CUISINE, BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED IN RATE ON STEAMER. From Pier 25, North River. EVERY WEDNESDAY AT NOON. Comus June 20jComus July 4 Proteus June 27Proteus July 11 Connecting at New Orleans with rail lines (or points In LOUISIANA. TEXAS, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA. Inquire 849 Broadway, New York. ALLAN LINE MONTREAL to LIVERPOOL THE ST. LAWRENCE ROUTE. Coolest, Shortest, Smoothest, Most Picturesque. NEW FAST TURBINE STEAMERS. VICTORIAN June 21, July 19, AuguBt 16 IONIAN ....June 28, July 2. August 23 VIRGINIAN July 5, August 2, August 30 TUNISIAN :....July 12. Aug. 9, Sept. o Saloon passage, 175 upwards. Second saloon, J42.50 upwards. H. ft A. Allan. Montreal; Henderson & Son, 344 Fulton st: T. H. Hendrlckson, 343 Fulton st: Thos. Cook & Son. 245 & 1185 Broadway. N. Y. EUROPE Orient or South STEAMSHIP TICKETS AND BERTHS. Kd". BROOKLYN, N. Y. fiea or cruises at companies' own rates, while you wait. Wire to all N. Y. head offices. J. Lehrenkrauss & Sons, ojfj 370 Fulton St., opp. Ctty Hafl. Passports. Travelers' Checks, Foreign Money, etc, Steamers sighted at Fire Island reported. AMERICAN LINE. PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON From New York, Saturdays, at 8:30 A.M. New York June 231Phltadelph!a July 7 St. Louis June 301st. Paul July 14 RED STAR LINE. DOVER ANTWERP LONDON PARIS. Sailings Saturdays from N. Y.. Pier 14, N. R. Finland. .June 23, 7 amlKr'n'land.July 7. 1 am Vad'l'd.Je 30, 10:30 amlZeel'd. July 14, 10:30 ara Piers 14 and 15 N. R. Office. Broadway, N.Y. J. Lehrenkrauss Sc Sons, 879 Fulton st: J. C. Henderson & Son. 344 Fulton st; J. H. Scheldt, 180 Graham av, or H. P. Koch. 48 B'way.Bklyn. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Intended Steamship Sailings from Vancouver for Japan. China and Philippine Inlands. Emp. of China.. July 2j Emp. of Japan. .Aupr. IS Emp, of India. .July 23 Monteagla Aug. 20 R. M.S. Athenian. July 30Emp. of China. .Sept. 8 Hawaiian, Fiji Islands, Australia and New Zealand, Aorangl ...July 20Maheno Aug. IV For rates and information apply at 458 and 1 Broadway and 281 Fifth av. ANCHOR LINE. GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY. Fur'sla.June 23, 10 amAsiorla...July 7, 11 am Caledonta.June 30, noonColumbia.-.July 14, noon Saloon, $60. Second Cabin, $37.50. ad Class, $27.60 and upward, according to accommodation and steamship. For terms and Information apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 17 & 19 B'way, N. Y., or S. W. Taylor, 69 Court st; H. F. Koch, 48 Broadway: John C. Henderson die Son, 344 Fulton ft, Brooklyn. FRENCH LINE, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique PIRECT LINE to HAVRE PARIS (FRANCE) SAILING EVERY THURSDAY at 10 A.M. from Pier No. 42. North River, ft. Morton st, N.Y. La Savole June 21jLa Touralne....July 12 La Provence.. .June 28iLa Bretasne July Is 'La Lorraine. . .July 6La Provence.... July 26 Twin Screw dteamers. General Ajtency. 32 Broadway. New York. LEHRENKRAUSS ft SON 9. 371 Fulton tl. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. NEW YORK ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE. Sailings Wednesdays as per Balling list. Potsdam, June 20. 5 amlStatendam.July 11,10 am Noordam.June 27. 9 am Ryndam, July 18, noon N. Amst'm.Julv 4. 4 amPotwlam. Aug. 1, noon Holland-America Hue, 30 B'Trny, N.Y. J. LEHRENKRAUSS ft SONS, 37S Fulton st; J. H. SCHEIDT. ISO Graham av; A. Bh.R.V-HEIM, 640 Broadway; H. F. KOCH. 4S Broadway, Brooklyn. THE NEW YORK AND PORTO RICO STEAMSHIP CO. siPonce, sailing June 20. Aronml Porto Kioo for Fonce direct; oamo, sailing June 30, and Carolina. July 14. for San Juan direct. Best of modern accommodations for first and second cabin passengers. All rooms outside on deck. From Pier 23. Brooklyn, adjoin, ing Atlantic av ferry, at 12. noon. Office. No. 12 B'way. N. Y.. or Raymond & Whltcomb Co., Union Square. N. Y. In Paris travelers will find the Brooklyn Eagle Bureau at 53 Rue Cambon, where any kind of Information concerning travel, hotels and boarding houses, and a pocket guide to Paris can be obtained free. Names registered nt Eaple Taris Bureau are cabled to tb? Eagle the same day. . Atlantis Transport Una. NEW YORK LONDON DIRECT. MINNEAPOLIS June 23, 6:30 A.M. MINNEHAHA Jum) SO, noon MINNETONKA July 7, 6:30 A.M. MESABA ......July 14, 9 A.M. FOR RATES. ETC.. APPLY AT B'WAY.N.Y. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. - BY SEA TO NOVA SCOTIA A smooth, exhilarating salt water np to th most historical, picturesque peninsula on In Atlantic Coast. It Is "THE LAND OF EVANGELINE," with a Summer climate that defied improvement. Splendid Ashing and every rec reation. .Direct service between NEW YORK, YARPifiOUTH, HALIFAX AND ST. JOHN, By the DOMINION ATLANTIC RY'3 su- to W twin-screw s. s. prince Artnur, to MOUTH, .thence by rail to HALIFAX. N. Y . 2 P.M. EVERY FIVE DAYS. for sailing list. TO YARMOUTH, Round Trip., Stntpronms extra. For Information and tickets apply tc M17 SON S. 9. LINK, WKAVEH H UILL'l.N ti. Y.; Thos. Cook & Son, 245, 11S5 B'way, and Madison Ave.; Raymond & Whltcomb Co., Union Sq. West, or any Tourist agent. forth Cjerman Jloyd. Fast Express Service. PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG BREMEN. Kronp'z.Jy. 3. 12:30 pnn Kaiser Aug. 7. 10 an Kaiser... .July 10. 10 amK.Wm.II. Aug. 21, 6 am K.Wm.II.July 17, noonlKronprinz.Scpt. 4, 7 arri KronprinL July sl.llAMlKaiser, Sept. 11 10 AMj Twin Screw Passenger Service PLYMOUTH CHERBOURG BREMEN. Bremen. June 21, 10 amlliar'roasa.July 19, 10 ara P.Alice.. June 26. 10 amiBremen. July 24. 10 am. Frled'h..July 5, 10 amP. Alice, Aug. 2. 10 am K.urt rst.july 12, 10 amiriearicn.AU)?. a, lo am Mediterranean Service GIBRALTAR NAPLES GENOA. K.Lulse.June 23. 11 amIK. Albert. Aug. 25. 11 am K.Albert.July 7, 11 amP. Irene.Sept. 1. U am P. Irene. .July 28, 11 am K.Lulse.Sept. 15, 11 am K. Lulse.Au. 11, 11 amK.Albert.Sep. 29, 11 am Oelrlchs & Co.. No. S Broadway, N. Y. ; J. Lehrenkrauss & Sons, 379 Fulton st: J. H. Scheldt, 180 Graham av; H. F. Koch, 48 Broad. way, Brooklyn. BEEMUDA AND WEST INDIES. Profusely Illustrated booklet; datea of sailings, etc. A. E. OuterbrtOge & Co., 29 Broadway, N. T.: or Thoa. Cook & Son. 261 or 1181 Broad wav. N. Y. COASTWISE STEAMSHIPS. MALLOBV STEAMSHIP LINE. onjs WAY OH EXCURSION TKTS FOR SALE THE YEAR ROUND. Tickets to Texas, Colorado, Mexico, California. . Arizona, New Mexico, etc.; Mobile, Ala.; Georgia, Florida, etc. Our book. "Atlantla Coast Routes" tree. CHEAP CALIFORNIA TICKETS NOW ON SALE. C. H. MALLORY & CO., ru front St. , I. OLD DOMINION LINE DAILY SERVICE. For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Poitsmouth. Pinner's Point and Newport News, Va,, con necting for Peterburg, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Washington. D. C. and entire South and West. f relKnt nnu pa,scnncr iicumciii. all from Pier 26, North River, foot of BeacH t pvpr, TOeelc dv at 3 P. M. H. B. WALKER, Vice President & Traffle Mgr. CLYDE S. S. CO. Kerr York, CliarleaUm, JaekaonvllI From Pier 3S. North River, foot of Soring St. Str. Huron Wednesday, Juno 20, 3 Fitf Str. Arapahoo Friday, June 22, 3 PJt Str. Algonquin Saturday, June U, i P.VI etr. Con-.anche Tuesday, June 2fi. 3 PM THEO. G, E6ER, V. P. A O. BI., t!en. Offices, Pier 36, N.R., Br., 290 Bway, N.T. D. P. Watktne. 344 Fulton st, Brooklyn. J. Lehrenkrauss & Sons, S79 Fulton st, B'klyn. T. H. Hendrlckson, 343 Fulton at, Brooklyn. STEAMBOATS. Palatial steamers 'iSii.vV lurtK" and ' -il.' BANY" of the Hudson River Day Line. fat est and flneet river boats In the worid. Leave Brooklyn, Fulton St. (by Annex), 8:00 A.M. " Desbrosses St. Pier 8:40 " " West 42d St :00 " " West 129th St 9:20 " Landing at Yonkers, West Point, Newburg-v Poughkeepsle, Kingston Point, Catoklll, Hudso and Albany. Dally, except Sunday. : Special trains to Catsklll Mts. resorts and Saratoga, and easy connections to all points East. North and West. Through tickets and . baggage checked at offices of N. Y. Transfer Co. Through rail tickets between N. Y. and Albany accepted. Most delightful one-day outings t West Point, Newburgh or Poughkeepsle, returning on down boat. Restaurant open at 1 A.M. MUSIC. STEAMER MARY POWELL Leaving Desbrosses st at 2:10 P.M. (Saturdays, 1:45 P.M.), W. 42d st, 3:30 P.M. (Saturdays, 2 P.M.), West 123th st, 3:60 P.M. (Saturdays, 2:2) P.M.), for Highland Falls, West Point, Cornwall, Newburgh, New Hamburgh. -Milton, Poughkeepsle, Rondout and Kingston. Orchestra on board. BOSTON&SM. FALL RIVEll LINE via Newport and Fall ' River. Leave Pier 19, N. R., foot Warren 3t, weekdays and Sundays at 6:30 P.M. Strs. PRISC'ILLA and PURITAN. Orchestra on each. PROVIDENCE LINE (or Providence, Boston, East and North. Leave Pier 18, North River, foot of Murray st. weekdays only, 6:0 P.M. Steamers PROVIDENCE (new) ana PlT.rtTtIM. Orchestra, nn each. NEW BEDFORD LINE, commencing June 22 for New liedtord, Manna s v ineyara ana Nantucket, lve. Pier 40, North River, ft. of Clarkson et, week-days only, at 5:00 P.M. ; Pier 70 K. R., ft. East 22d st. 6:30 P.M. Steamer MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE. NORWICH LINE via New London. Lve. Pier 40. N. R., ft. Clarkson st. weekdays only, 6 P.M. Strs. CITY OF LOWELL and CHESTER W. CHAPIN. NEW HAVEN LINE for New Haven. Hart- ' ford Springfield and North. Str. RICHARD -PECK lvs. Pier 20, E.R., weekdayst 2:45 P.M., Sundays, 9:30 A.M. Leaves ft. E. 22d st, weekdays. 3 P.M.. Sundays, 10:00 A.M. Sun- ' clays due New York on return, 8:45 P.M. Two hours at New Haven. BRIDGEPORT LINE from Pier 20, E.. R.. ft Perk Slip, weekdnys, tr. waluatuch, lvs. 11:00 A.M. Str. BRIDGEPORT, 3.00 P.M. SnndHva. K-Ofl P.M. Str. Bridgeport stops ft. Et, 211d st, 30 minutes after leaving Pier 20, B. R. SPECIAL SAILINGS TO , . ALL THE WAY BY WATER. A TWENTY-FOUR HOUR TRIP, $1,75 One Way, $3,50 Round Trip, TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS FROM PIER 27 (NEW), EAST RIVER. Foot ot Catherine St., N. Y.. at 6 P.M. PHONE 800 ORCHARD. NKW YORK ALBANY. Hudson River by SenrchllaM Steamers C. W. MORSE, oven dates, June, ana ADIRONDACK, alternating, lv. Pier No. 12. N. K. , ft. of Canal St., 6 P.M.; and West 129th St., 6:30 P.M. dally (Sundays included). Direct connection at Albany for all points. Orchestra. Automobiles carried. Time-table and Summer Book Free. "Beautiful Hudson by Starch-light," lio. Noil Kiver Koule-Avu k oi-u.-'I Toy. Str "City of Troy or "Saratoga" Leave Pier 46 W. 10th St, Dallv (except Saturday), 6 P.M. SUNDAY STEAMERS TOUCH AT ALBANY. Direct connection at Troy with trains to all polni. Dining rooms on main deck Orchestra-Low Excursion Rates Booklets Free Automobiles carried. EXCURSION: TROY, .S0: SARATOGA, t4.50; LAKE GEORGE. $6.86;WILMINGTON,VT.,5.60. THE SMEW LMME" E litem rise TrnnnTifirtfition Co, $1.75 TO BOSTON VrViaS? 1.00 to Providence, f 1.00 to Fall River. pi.r.n Newport. Narrc&tinHett Pier. Quick and perfect service, steamers leave Pier 29. East River (Market 6t.) Week llnja, 5 P.M. 'Phone 3106 Orchard, k Orchestras. W'RELESS TEI.EnmpuT. . To Doston, Boat nnd R. R., 82.20 Kuski, Gatskil! Evening Line. For Cntpktll, Hudson. Coxsackie, Cairo, Palen ville, Haines Corners, Tannersvillc. Week dn.ys, 6 P.M., from Christopher st; 7 P.M. from West lftth st. Extra boat SaturnoyH. 1:30 P.M.. from June 30, Special trains for CntFkiU Mountain ;io!nta. Handsome illustrated booklet mailed fre. Providence $ .uu- phof. MOO ORCHARD. Corresponding; reduction to all New England points. Every Week Pay nt 5 P.M. Sallln rm Tier Hli.E. River, ft.Catharinn st HARTFORD L.F2E. From New Pier 19. E. R.. loot Peck Slip. N. T.. dally, except Sunday, at 5 P.M., for Connecticut River landings. Write for illustrated folder. hi: I) HANK line:. Leaves Franklin st. Pier IM. N. R.. dally A.M., .1 P.M. Sun., 9 A.M. only, to Higlilauis, Red Rank. etc. Trolley con. to Long Branch. Asbury. Fx.-., fine nil? tt Try tho Eagle Job Printing Department. Fine Work. Prompt Service. Reasonable Price. mm si Hud

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