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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1886, New York, New York                               THE REAL B8TATS MABKHT. At th a Exchange and Auotion Eoom yts- torday, Friday, July 23, by order of tha Court of Common Pleas, in foreclosure, Charles M Earle, Esq., Referee, HlCbJutl V. fiamatt A Co. auctioneers, sold the fnur-etory tene- ment WHh lot 25 by 102.2. No. 242 Eaut 79th south Mile, 180 feot Of 3U-av. for to Timothy Donovan. The firm fvljournfd tho Rale of house, with lot, No. 124 Went 15th et.. wi-st nf Oth-ttV.. to July 3O; also salo (IwriiiiiK, with Int. No. 20 East 02d- West of Mmllsoh av., wfta otljournod sine die. ABOORDFf) REAL KtFAtB TBAXSFEKS. SFW YflKK. Jul'j L'J One Ilnnilri'il ami st .n. H 1108 ft. o of liKvv Irt 8xIOO ll Kicua Klpn to Matt.irn av e s lo ft S. of HMh -tl t'i Julius .-ihultz ami wife lo John SniUh Ona Hundred and torty n s 27j fu n- nl i littmi ,iv I "U. Johu V Slopor ami wifn HUH 8e% onty Hi t mo ft. i> of Oth av lOn T, K. IlclolH-i BJI) wife to Henry W. hrli h.ir Seroinl ,iv f 9.. liiOU It n of 12'Jd st. OU liil-ii Snillliand nlfe to Kculltiaud K unman notn. Rldi-r m w s.. 3dH ft. "of 'l4lth it CliarIi-3 H Riuvll. t'.ecelver, to M Smltli One and Fiftepiith-4t., s s. fr. w of Htlmv IH8-, It. to otytliav illSiKIlH U. Jost-pli O'Connor aixt wtfo to O Illilnct nod. Same propefty. Elizabeth Hussoll, Tniatoe, Kiitncs BUtY first n 9 0 ft. C. of 2il av liS 10 to i s O.'d it 5 MarKntet LlgutUody to Loiilift A I.lghtliody nom, Same propertv, Loiiljo A Llnhtbody to James Krenn HundrtMl nnd Forty fifth st 9 9 101 5 fl. e of Nlclmlsi av lul.ft to w. 8. UT TlsOTlOOTlUti Hi James R euiltli ami wife to Pa'rlck f 0 llrlpu ?orty viroud st No 41.'tino3; S'n 91 J7th av, nlin, 67ln St.. W IDlt o ofTdi nv lOxSll.and.alsov No OOj ird Clmilpi fc. Apple- bY fttiil EiiicutoM, to Anui O. rweiity flishth Ht.. s i It. of 7tfi- ftv -J4 'J. ami alin. 2Glh st 473 ft v. o[ f.tli av y'ixU-  W Mririciic ;iml ottu-rs 175 Flilrtv tlftli it Nil 2'Jf> Ui-st. '-'I Fcl A ami wife lu Henry L. BJTIJIIC cnth if., n H 1 -'7 It e of 9th av Hdunril U.ins I liilo DIVM i in i ntli Rt HI 1'Jl 1 1 ft w llninil- 1, liimui'iie F. Weeks mid uthei i (u M.iri K t'ruot Tun Mi w i .irin-rnf lll'ith st S Iiiiin-Isaml wllt  to illLini t'.iv-is Ppir> st n s I'll ft w of F.H tory it.. "ST Jill. nl Ilujlrr .luil ulfotojncob II uy- IPT Mlucttn l.ino. n 12010 ft. of Oth av "1 7i70, r- a Li I.yuim to Jacob Eli-M ntli of No r.7 K.nt. '27x103 3. Mary 1C. Tune tu Von Iti'lm.111 BKtli nv w i IS ft t of 13.M st Bl.lltUl ilH tn of 1 Hid 'it xriOvO'J UilOU. Iln h.inl M H.irrnon .mil wife to John II. Hrndfiii'd nml anothi-r BevctKv flrit n i ft w nf 'Jtli av 16 174, 'Frt-tlPrlck Covoll aud n if P to Jaue Van f Twi-utv tlnnl it.. N'o K.iRt, thi> ll vilr mile il.icfilnu Con pany to Mary A (oftrey Third av e 7 ft. of inotti st 75. 61 JOj. J.inu s Kearncv and others to Ocorge C MiT.anclilln LoxiuKtnn av e. s.. 07 7 ft. u. of lOHtn it., lii M.irv r Constant andolhers, Ei- eoutors, to f.rainun P. (luniiov BUtv first it., u i 'J''H G ft e. 172 2 Ul to Ht. x7j 2x15. X7H.S xHJxldO Linn -i Kccsoand wife to Smith Jr iii J inothpr Fifty autii s i 7S ft. e. of LotlngUm- av [-iivic Duinutb ami wife to Ham.'t Di ninth PrliKv -it n ft e of Houth 5th av., 20i 711 In "HTTio Ninety third -n n s.. 12311 ft. o. of 9th av., 9 Nelson M. Whlpple and wife tn John Ollinun llnnilrcd and Elrvi-ntb Ht.. H. s 1D5 ft. e. of 4th av UIHvinO 10. LMnk-l S Fields ami to MIIIII.I C Von Prorhnzk prupoity, Minna C. Von ProctmzUatO Mnrv Kowi. Twont} ninth H 04 "i ft. w. of fltli av 21 3 Amlrew II. Bunda to Elizabeth A Iit-ann anil uiintber ODP Elnnitrp.l nn.l SUth  MOST DIRECT LINE. I'UOVIUKNOE LINK FOR provulcnce, Worcester, Northern New. KiiKlauil, anil White Mountain polntn, ettJUiRirs RHOUE ISLAND anil MAS BACIlUSBTTHwlll leave Pier 2tf N. H. ilally, uxuopt Suuilay, at C P. M. Parlor (rum etcnmor lamllnK Co White Mnuntnln points witliont change. Bond fur Uuinmor Excursion Ilnok. F. W. TOPPLE. Ocn. Pass. Airt. CATHKILI. EVENINM MNE. and chtapeat route to the C'ATSKILL MOUNTAINS. StcameiH KAATERbKILL and CATHK.1LL leave foot of Jay-at. every wosk day at U P. M., conueotkig ultli Cat-tklll MountaldH and alro Railroads. Special cure taken lii the BLTt.itlfiii of hOMoa and currlages. FARE ONLY AE DOLLAH. buml to plor for list Of hotuej. ratct,   P. M. dally. From Washington and BnUlmore, 0 30. A. M., 1.20, 3 BO. 6.30. 0 20 ami 10 36 P. M. feumlay, A. M.. 3.20, 0'20, ami 10 36 P. M. From Phlladel- phfa, OtGO. 7-30. 0-20. B 30, 10 40, 11 P. M., aud lJ.20 Light! K II :36 A.M., :20, tf.DO, 9.36. P. M. I'Oll PIIII.AIHOI.PIIIA. ExpreM trains leave New-York, via Dtubrosaw and CortlaruK Streets Ferries, as follows: 7 -20, 8 00, 0 00, (9 Chicago Limited and 10 Washington and 11 A. M., 1, 6. 0, 7, 8, anil U P. M.. and 13 night. Accom- modation, 8-30. A. M., anil 4-40 P. M. Hun- days. Kxpreu. 6jlS, 9 00. (0 Limited, I and 10 A. M.. 4. 4 .30, 6, 0. 7, 8, and 0 P. and lU night. Trains leaving New-York dally, Sunday, at B 9, HUd A.M., 1, B. 4, 8 P. M., and III A. M> and 7 00 P. M. on Bnndnya, connect fit Trenton lon, Phlla- :50, for Cnmden. Returning leave Broad Btreet StA flelphla, 3.20, 4.05, 4.40. I iu'and M..) 3. V'O? 8'lB, and 9-60 P. M. Ou Sunday, 4 08, 8.30 A. M., 4, (4.60 Limited J 0.83, 7 US, aud 8.13 P.M. Leave Philadelphia, via Camdtu, 9.00 A. ll. uxccpt Sunday. TloKet offices, B49, 436, and 044 Broadway, 1 Aator nouso, and foot of DesbrogHog find Cdrtfandtsts 4 Court-st. anil llrooklyu Annex Station, foot of Ful- ton-at., llrooklvn: Bunch's Hotel IlDboken: Station, Jersey City; Emigrant Ticket Office, No. 8 Buttenr- place. atid Caatlo Harden. Tlifl New-YorK TiranHfor Company will oall for and clirck baegapo from hotels and residences. UIIA8. IS. PUOH, General Mansgor. J. R. WOOD, Ocn. 1'ans'r Agent. NEW. YORK OENTHAL ANIJ HIrDSON IlIVER RAILHOAD.-Corampniilng June 21. IHrtO, tliroufin will leave Urautl Central Do- pot. 18 A. M Rochester Express, drawing room oara to Albany, Troy, Syracuse, and Rochester. A. M., Baratoga. Lubo Ocorgo, and Montreal Special, with through drawing room cars to Huratopn. L'aldwell, and Montreal. Buffet cars N. Y. to Huratooa. 30 A. M.. "Tho with dining cars, stopping at Albany, Utlca, Syracuse, Rochester, Bnltalo, Niagara Falla, Erlo, Clavajaiid, and Toledo, arriving at Chicago at IhOU A. M., St. Loula 7i40 P. M. next day. 10.30 A.M., Chicago Express, drawing room Oars to RIchtlold Springs. CouandalKUa. Rochoater, Buf- falo. and Nlagai-a Falls. A. M., Westorn Ncw-York and Northern Express, with drtrwluK room cars. 3 30 P. M., Albany, Trny, Saratoga, and Utlca Ex- press, with drawing room and buffpt oars to Troy and Saratoga. Runs to Lake UborgiTon Saturdays onlv. "1 P. M., Accommodation to Albany and Troy. P. M., Chicago and 8t. Louis Ernrose, with sleoDlDK cars, for Niagara Uufl'alo, Cincinnati, Toledo. Chicago, and St. Louis. Dining car New-York to Albany. 0 30 P. M., Montreal Express; gloeplnir can to Byracnso and Auburn llontli also to Montreal vut Baratont and via St. Albans. IB P. M., Pacific Kinross, with sleoplnK cara for Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Detroit, and Chicago. Bleoulng earn to Cape Vincent dally and OgilBnaburg dally ex- cept Saturday. P. M., Night Krpregs, with ale oara to Albany ami Troy; connects with 1 rains lor Waal and to tbo North eteept Saturday. Fur local trains soo Urns table. on Dale at Orand Contral Depot, No. 7 Bat- 12.1th.at., Nnw-York; 333 and 7-30 Fulton-st., Brooklyn, and 70 4th St., WlUlanmlmrg. Acoommoilatlon In drawing room and sleeping cats can bo procnrwl at any of tho ticket offices In New- York City 333 Washington at., Brooklyn. Baggage called (or and checked fromtosidbnce. 'These trains rnn dally; others daily except Sun- day. fThese tnlnsatop at Hart am, 126th.gt. and 4th-ftv.. to lake uppaasongers onlv. DM. KENDRICK. Oen. PaasenRer AKont. THE NEW LINE NEW-YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND NORFOLK, OLD FOINT COIWFORT, AND THE BOUTH. 0 HOOKS anOItTEn tuan any OTHEH ROtfTE. Ou And after May 17. IH80, Express fee Cape Old Polut Comfort, and Norfolk, via tho New-Yortc, Philadelphia, and Norfolk Railroad, leaves Pennsylvania Railroad Station, New. York, at 6 P. M. dally, arriving at Old Point Comfort 7.35 A. M. dally, Norfolk 8'35 A. M. Bleeping car through from New-York to Capd Charles. Tickets anil Bleep. Ing bertha can bo secured at any ticket offlou of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. H. W. DUNNK, It. H.COOKE. BnperlntcnUent. Gen'I Pass.and Freight Ag'nt THE ERIE RAILWAY. NEW-YORK, LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN H.H. ArmugeiUBiits of through trains from Chnnibcra and 23d at. Stations. B A. M. flallf, except Sunday. Day express, buffet drawing room Coaches to Blaghaiutou, Eliulru, Hor- bellavlllo, Buffalo. Sleeping Coaobot to Cluolnnatl. 0 P. IS. dally, Chicago and Ht. LooU limited expreis, a solid Pullman train of day And buffet sleeping coachue. No extra charge for Met time. Arrive M.. Cleveland A, M., Cin- cinnati 0 412 P. Chicago 9i30 P. M., and St. Lou id 7 :'J5 tlio aucoud morning. 7 P. M. daily, Buttaloaud Niagara Falls arriving Rouhnstcr A. M., llniTalo 7 A. M., Bus- Bunion Bridge A.M. The most popular ulght tralii between Now-York and Buffalo. 0 P. M. daily, Chk-ago express. Pullman day BJid Bleeping coaohos to Blngnaintoo, Euulra, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Cincinnati, aud Chicago. For local tralua Bed time tnblo and cards In holtlsand depots. JNO. N. ABBOTT, Oon. Pass'r Agt., New-York. PHILADELPHIA AND HEADING IL Ik HOUND ititooii ROUTE. FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA. Btatlun In New-York, foot of Llburty-st., N. B. COMMENCING JUNE Iffl, 1880. Leave NoW-York 4, 00 A. M.; 1 30, 30, 12 P. U. A. M.; Leave Philadelphia, corner Oth and Oreen 1.BU, 8.30. 0.30, 11 A. M.; S 45, 6 40, U.46, 12 P. M. Bnmlara, 8-30 A. M.; 0.30.12 P. M. DRAWING ROOM AND BLEEPING CARS. Through, aud quick lime to Eaeton. Dothlo- him, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, .Wllkesbarre, ton, Suranton, Reading, Harrlslratg. Pottetowu, Ma- tiauoy City, Shamokln, Sunbury! Lewlsbnrg. Will- lumaport, Lock llavuu, Pealo, Phlillpiburg, Faun. 3. E. WOOTTEN, C. O. HANCOCK. Ooueral Manager. O. P. T. Agent. H. P. BALDWIN. Q.E.P. Agt, 110 Liberty N.Y. ____, ONTAUIO AND WESTERN _ In New-York from foot of and West42d-st, FromJay-sL. 8-BO; Went 424-81., A.M., Day cxpretg for Middletvwn, Klleuvllle, Montlcollo, Lib- erty White Lake, Aellil, Onwego, and Intermediate etutiotis. PuUnuic drawing room ears. Jay-st.. 3.UO, Wost 4'Jd el., P.M. Ulster County express for Mlddlotown. Elleurillo. Monti cello. Liberty, White Lake, and Intermediate stations. PaUjuan drawing room cars. Jay-st., 6'15; West l-U-8t., P. M. Night exprOBRfOv Oswogo, BQ9- tieuslon Bridge. Tlioneaud Islands. Pullman alecp- [iiB Now-York to Cauo Vincent rnniflally. Jay-st, 1BO P. M.: West 42d-st., 2 10 P. M. Satur- 'ftja only for MIddlctowil, MontlcoUo. Whlto Lake Sluerty, and lutermsrtltitu stations. Pullman diaw- ig room cars. Hard coal cugluM used on All lenger trains. J. CT ANDltUBON, O. P. A., 18 Exchange-place, N. Y. NEW-YORK AND LONG BRANCH RAIL. KOAD, For RED BANK, LONG BRANCH, OCEAN GROVE, AsijuhY PARK, OCEAN  80.8 ;30. t .30 p. M. ERIK RAILROAD HALT HOLIDAY QZ- cnralong to Oroenwood Lake. Fore louud trip, 76o. Train leaves foot of Chambers ana 23d sU at 9 P. M. Rftturntng leaves Lake at 8 P. M. BUT rour tlokota of A. JTPOSTA BON, SBd-at and 8tfi- r.: OHAB. A. AKRKNa A. P.HEIDT'B, U Carmlne-st.; I. PA.RMLY, 201 6th-av., or on Lraln. ___ .FOODS 4 wltb (to Staum uSiurYtMel IN CONNECTION Transit RauVottd i ol uuri EXCURSIONS. _____nB.Twc Orinfi gonett-U dally. Mafcnln- oent cpll of rare Odd Flflh. and Sea Monalorh. Instrnctjonfitiil Amnsetnent. Heal ntlndo and Clambakes, Flno Dinners, JL la carte. KLEIN DEUTBCnLAND. Thn dnm of tho A Paradise on One of tho Sights of Now A Truly neHtltlrul Spot -Hull. of DewildurlnK STEAMEltW LEAVE DAILY Pier 18 N. R., footof CnHlanilt-st., 8-46, 9.45.10-48 A. M.: 13 M.-. 1 :HO, 9 30. P. M. JoWnll's Wharf, nrooklvn, 9, 10, 11 A. M.-. l'J-15, 1-46, E 4fi. P. M. 32rtst.. E. U.. K. V., A.M.; .1 P. Itf. HETUBNINO, LEAVE (3LBN ISLAND HOURLY'. 40 OS.-EXCURSION TICKETS-AD as. EXTHA BOATS SUNDAY. THE ONLY ALL-WATER HOUtft DlllKCT TO THB CONEY ISLAND AND LONG BUANOB IRON P1BR8, THB BE8T EXCURSION STEAMBOAT SERV. ICE IN THK WORLO. TO-DAY'S TIME TABLE FOR CONEY ISLAND LEAVE WKBt N. R 9, 10. 01 A. M 13 M.. 1. 4'10, 6, 0, 7. 8, 0 P. M. LEAVR PIER (NEW) No. 1., N. R.. (BatMry-plttce Btatl ih Elevated fl .30, 11 30 A. M-, 1 30. 2 1C, 8, 8 4-40. 8-30. 0-80 P. M. RETOllNINII: CONEY ISLAND. OLD PIER, A. 1 40. 10-30 P. M. LEAVE CONEY 1st AifD. PIER, A. M., 12 -40, fr. If., andasmnoh ohelier OA the hdcetalty of trafol Tlio but Mat from Ccmer tftnda only at Pier Hu.l.N.fi. DTtlVffl. tWO tniPS DIRECT Td THE OCBAlT PIER. TIMK TABLE: LeAVo 28n.st., N. R.. 9'30 A. M. and 8'3p P. M. Leave Plor No. 1 N. n., 10 A. M. And 4, P. M. RETURNING: Leave Lime Branch and 0-10 P. M. FARE TO LONG BRANCH AND RETURH, 75 CENTS. Excursion Tlcknta sold at all noWN-TRACK atatlond elurated roada, with froe transfer between Honlb Ferry and Battery-place for 2d and 3d av. pftflsongors. 8PKCTAL NOTICE. Ou SnnAar, July additional trl on to Lone Brnnrh will bo niailn, the hoat leaving M. and t P.M., and Plor (uow) No. 1N.H. Rt 0 A. H. and 2 .30 P. M. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. Trains leave LoVG ISLAND CITY, opposite N. Y., for tho following polhtB and tu termedlate BHELTER ISLAND. OnEKNPORT-8'89 A. M.. P, M., 3'95. 4-35, "5-35, Sunday, 0 OH A. M. 8AU n ARDOR, THE HAMPTONS anil stations on tho SOUTH BIDE, eBBtof A. 30 P. M.; Sunday, OA. BABYLON-0.-50. 8. 11 05 A. M., "J, 4 30, G 05, 7.05 P. M.; night, Wed.and Hat. only: Sunday, B-20. 0 A. M. Fl UK ISLAN A. M., P. M.; Bunflay, 9A.M. BAY SHORE, ISMP, OAKDALE, PAT- 11.05 A> M., 3.30. (except Oak- 4.30, 0 30 P. M.: Bunitav, 0 A. M. NORTH PORT, IIUNTINGTON. COLDSPJUNO. OYbTERBAY (Byoasott-'J A. M., "J, 4, 5.05, 0.3o P. M.: etindar, 9 015, (10 A. M. 0 35, 7 P. M. FAR ROCKAWAY hnd Atallona on Rnrkaway 11 05 A. M., S 35. 4, 5, 6-30, 0 05, P. M.i 12ilB night Wed flnd Snt. only; Sunday, A. M., 2. 3, 0, 0.50P.M. SEA CLIFF and atatlonB on GLEN COVE BRANCH-9, A. M.. 2 03, 3-35. 4-35, 7 OS, 8 1C: night Wed. and Sat. only) Snndny. 0-3B, (10 A. M. P. M. IIEMPBTEAD. GARDEN 11'05 A.M., 2 05, 0-35. 7'06, 8-IiJ P.M.; night Wed. and But. onlyi Suadaj, 0, A.M.; 35 P. M. only. TICKET OFF1CEB-207, C83, 044, J.S39 Broailway, 280 Canal st., 11 East 14th-st., 737 Gth- av., Qrand Central Dopot 42d-at. ON THEBEACHATROCKAWAY New-Yort WooflliaTea RocKaway R P. The Shortest, Quickest, and only Re- liable Route lo Rookaway Beach. Week day trains leave L. I. City and Bushwlck, 7. 10 06, il.05 A M.; P. until Flutbusli-av.. G.46, A. M., and hourly until 9 80P.M. Returning trains from tbo Boaoh hourly. Flatbusli av., hourly. Ixmx Isl- and City and Bushwlck, 7-10 A. M.; hourly until P. M., and holt hourly until 0 3D. Returning trains from tbo Boaok bolt hourly to 10.80 F. Tickets on salo at 207 Broadway, N. Y., and Noulke'e, corner Bowery and Broomo-st., N. Y. OONBY ISLAND. OLII RELIABLE ROUTE. Boata leavo Whltehall-nt. at 7, 8, 0, 10 A. H. Then every half hour until 10 15 P. M. Sundays every twenty minutes. Returning, leave Coney Island until P. M. Accept no tickets but SEA BEACH, which Is ell minutes shorter than the no-called new Excursion tickets, 40 Cents. cftlo at L" sta- tions and at right-hand rn trnnco oiilr to Whitehall-it, Pavilion. Lheyaay tlEA BEACH. To Brighton Boach Race Track, Hotel, bud re- turn, 4Co. TO SHOHOLA GLEN ON THE ERIE RAILWAY. The moat enjoyable of all tho Sunday excursions from New-York. Special BUOHOLA OLEN EXPRESS loavm 23il- aud Chambers-st. statloua 7.46 A. M. Ketumlug, arrives In Ncw-Yurk 9 P. M. FAHK FOR ROUND TRIP, Tlioae special otottralonn also loavo on WEDNTIS- DAYB at 9 A. M. Attractions: Mountain scenery, rtdo over Switch- back Railroad, aerial ferry, mammoth danolug pavilion, RLorto Island olainbake, MANHATTAN BEACH. LEAVE EABT 34TH-BT. FERRY Dally, Sundays Included, 8 30. 10.20. A. M., 12 20, I 20, 2 20 and hali-liourly thereafter to P. M. Additional Train-Week days, U.20 A. M.; cu Sundays. P. M. HAY HI DOE ROUTK. Leavo daily Whltohall-Ht., Suutu Ferry terminus of all "L" roads, hourly from A. at to P.M. A bPECIAL BOAT EXCLUSIVELY FOR MAN- HATTAN DEACU PASSENGERS. Excursion tickets, fiO CENTH. For sale at Pa- vllluu and all down-track L stAtloua. GLLMORE'g GREAT BAND. Afternoon and Kvoniiur Concerts. NEW ItlUHIC AMPUITUEATRE. PAIN'S LATEST AND GRANDEST, THE nURMNti OF MOSCOW. Ever; night except Sunday and Monday. GRAND CONCERTS. GILMORE'S BAND. ALL THE ARTILLERY. EXTRA PROGRAMME TO-DAY. Grand Dally Excursion (except Sunday) by tho last ana elegant Day Line ALBANY Of. C. VIBBAHD. Front Brooklyn, Fnlton-st, (by A. M. New-York, A. M. New-York, West5i2U.sl pier.........0.00 A. M. Excursionists will havo three hours at West Point or one hour and three-quarters At Newbare; return- ing, reach, K aw-York Brooklyn 0.20 P. M. MUSIC. SEA BREEZES AROUND RTATEN ISLAND. Moat delightful 66-mile sail dally, 40 cents. Round trip, 40 cento. West 21alst.. West lOth-ct., PlerG, Steamer JOHN 8YLVE8TER, stopping at BufTWo Bill's Wild West, ERA8TINA. DIRECT Landing at New Wharf, one block from camp, 26 oentai round trip, 26 West Ulst-at., Wcat lOth-st., Pier 7 -.20. The camp Instructive, Interesting. Take first loat, 86 minutes from Pier 0. Sunday two trips around Island. West 10th- t., Pier G, 2.80. SIMMER RESORTS. OCEAN HOTEL, Long Bittncb, Nowdpen. WARREN LELAND. Jr. ALIfiT OF BOAKO1KO nonlM id Ute CtUkllli, with map. Allosniomer txcnralon tree tptt to Dar Line. niet- SUMMER RBSOBTS, ORIENTAL HOTEL, MANHATTAN BEACH HOTEL, NOWOPBN. Apply at hotels or to Cnil. M. 1 1 5 Brtfcl 28. Direct wire to Iwtn Dotota. LONG BEACH HOTEL, LONG DEAOU, LONG ISLAND, N. v. Largest Hotel anil finest Bathing Beaoh on the At- lantic coasti Accessible, quiet, ftlettltit. Oronwtral concerto at II anil 8 1'. M. dully, Frod W. Dent, leader. Bpoclnl scaaon rates to fainluW Now owned by Mr. Austin Corbln ana (Kimiclntea. Fa at fttiil frenucnl tralmtfrom LOUR laluudClty and llroohlyn. NOW RHOlpto with every attraotloii. Hot water bttllll. PrlvltaeiMi tlio WRECK LEAD FISHING CLUB axumded to ffiiostrt. RICHARD rr. HOTEL, RABYLON, L. I., CO minutes from Now-Yort and Brooklyn, via J TJIE OHEAT SOUTH HAY. SrecIALUEVJS ED KATES FOR JJILV, AC GUST, AND HEPTENflBR. CHARMINGLY LOCATED. ELEGANTLY EQUIP Descriptive circulars and diagrams on applic A. U. JlAbKINB. cation. THE ARDEN INN. WOODS OF AUDEX BTATftN ISLAND, RM for A limited number. Excel- lent ttHhlnff, boating, and bathing. Tho regtanrantle tlio fluent Hear New-York i BoitM Inavo Wlntebnll-at.. (Btatcii lalnnd Uapld HallroBd.) 7'fl5, A. M.r (IJfttUr- onljf >S-53, C.-10, 0.35. 0 CO P. M. 7 0 00 P. M. Address the Manager Af the Woods of Ardun, Id Exchango-place. Now-York. GEORGE HOTEL AND >B hoursTrotn Now-Yotk, wllhln 100 feet ol tho water, now ovon. Tea most nlebsant location on the Sound. OEOROE A. WELt.it, Conn. CONTINENTAL MOTEL, NARRAOANflETT PIER, A. I., WILL JUNE 'Jfl, and bti eondaeted In 111 ngnal llberbl manner. Third season nndvr proiont NO toOO9 TAtttN. S. HOTEL TENAKIBL. N. J., Elglitona miles from and 'JHrt ntfl., fin N. II. It. Of N. J. Tho moil oliartnliiR lintfll In tho vi- cinity of New-York City, hifih flroiinrtqi perfootly healthy i no nioH'cnltnea;  r funt of Cannl Bt, North River. II. J. IJULLAY, Hupprlnu-naeut. TIIK AM) Via charlrotun, S at3P M. or WM. P. CLYDE 4 UO 35 Broadnay. Via Savannah, Gft., nt 3 P. M., from Pier 4H North Biver, (netr No. foot of CITY OF AUOU6TA, BflplfNIcVerJon. Sat., Jnly 24 CITY OF SAVANNAH, li. C. lingffett, Tuesday, Julv 97 CHATTAHOOCJIEE, Cflpt Catbarlno TL .July29 H. YON OK. All the oro provided wlUi flrst-clMs pas- seuffer acGOinmodationa. Insurance obr-nuartcrot 1 percent. If effected by'2 o'clock ut Utiion OtUce or it 3 o'clock ut plcru on or before day of sulllcg pre- tnlam caa be collected at dwllnAtloa; otborwlae it tmut be pMil b For further HVeotlve HUM as JtHETT, General Agent Ureatnoutliorn Frulghtand Lines, Union Office, 317 Broadway, York. formatlon apply to the agents of the as above, olflmon pier, or to W. H. al A gen t U real Southern Frulght and OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Pier 26 North River, foot Beacb-tt. For NORFOLK. ItlCHMOND. AND IVETERaBURO, VA TUK8DAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY, (Also for NORFOLK WEDNESDAY.) FOR NEWPORT NEWS AND WEST POINT, VA., MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, and HATUKDAY. All sail at a P. M. Railroad connections umde al ForUoktta and BUleruonis apply at'J07, 803, a 10, 339, ikiid 914 Broadway or at the company's general office, '236 Weit-st THB TURF. NMOVTH PARK RACES LONu BRANCH. J.-Kvery TUEHDAY, TIIUHBDAY, nj. SATURDAY, to Aug. 24. promptly at 2.-go .1 M. Six or ceveo each day. and boau IIroot to rear of grand Pbllsdelunla and Read. ng lUllroad, tlberty-it. Ferrr, 11 A..M. 12.46. TSO P. M. PenisylvanU RaUroaa. L'rtrtlandtand Deabroura it. Ferry, B, A. M., f. M. BoaU. via Saudy Hook, Pier 8 N. B ot Of Reotor-st.e, II A. M., P. M Fare, ronnd trip. Including admission to Held, tl 60. J. H. COSTHB, A. J. MOST JAB. UCOOWAN, ASTOUNDING iur, uVttHWJtLtLMl, BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST WOOTS, Under of li.n Mmm Itlnnd ArausV incut Imiti .1 i UVKH Ji) Oui] PEOPLE DAILY! THVf- i AK IlKlNfifi FAJIU.Y PA1IAH7XJ1 LlOJil'. J1K1HLY I'LKAHr HA UREEZV EXfTRHioNfl TIU- HEAP TIFUL BAY, PAY AU MUM i FARE ONLY 10 TENTS. HEAP HH: 110M7: AT C NWIIT PATJlO.Vb HyME Af 11. MAIN OH P1I1NK bhK HOVi' KA6YTO GETTIIF.HE A FLKET Ol' bTiiAMHHS Ticket! rsu po all Wnter rt lleturn via hi m vlwi Two ron KrumtliP Iifulprj. terminus oj all elrvuiwl rohfli. larn 1 IlltnfDK hUli.n couni-i'tlnf 61 Knlnl HiiirRewith iTfttut (limit KrntiliiH Inning llalli iy rnr axti-rnonn at II so, 1-2 lu i -i y i-ur al fc SB, H, 6 0 SO, 1 If JOHN Ions are irlieilnlcd to land nl Wild iirxrt.nk fuf.acb pprformanop rplnrnlnR nil, t p.-rtnnnnmC. THOMAS A. MOKOAN Island 1   J J' M KLIiiAHhTMPoUT Kti'Btuir P1MO rr 20 Jo 1 ItUt feliljuliig )v KlUT fihUiltltn) OriUd Staiult KOaUug 20 (KJO iiruplc 00 UTlII.DnEK 'J5 oonb Como earlr Wandrr lliri Puore opnll 12 80 and 7 P M Culjuaye, Gatnli Ojicli for Innpr t. S3 Burning of Moscow. HEARRANOF.n. TIIK DldhT niAVMri OUTDOOR hPKCTAri.E F.VLR REALISTIC BATTLE SCENES. OF TROOI'P FNOAfiKD. NAPOLJCO.V ON 1I1H WHTIF. CMAllUEB THE liiu OAMER IN TIIJ: MARKFTPI ACS. ACR01IATH, EQ1JI 1.IHHIPTH. 4c THK CAPTI'IIK OF TIIK CITT. A.VD iirsTiiTjcTlos. COI.OhHAL FIRKWOHKB. MAMJHOTH AND LAKE Of NATI'ICAL AUDrTOlilf3f hKATN OVER Umto spwlnlly nn.l performed IN THK USCLOSTllK lir _____OILMORE'S VMtlVALED HAND. SUNDAY AFTERNOON COi.CERT AT SAINT GEORGE, 8TATEN ISLAND, In order to RATIONAL HAR f.-niie-niou-DH in >OHK CITY Ruil HHOOK1Y.N wliu oiilIiiH ou Hummer {SUNDAY A KTEHNOnS'S, thi M'ATEN Ihl.ANU H1IVJ .V r COMPANY hsvc  JIA I1. THF. ri.N'jTST MU- BIO FHOM Till-; ShVLMII MENT 11AN1I. Tlio YUVNO APOLLO LV U of 'JO nialti will alsu imrtlclimtc A braiily iliiwn llio Ilnv from tlu> n.ol. lonifortnbM In the TAPING Flnp rt-Ktr.nr.int andu iimiiaKtincQt of JBHK-B PuroiHl >'u HKEItoriy aoxfCATINO Llljroitft fi.M mi of ICUDTCA.COFFKK. MILK, LHMoNADE t'UEAM, Ar. AilmiRblnii to Unmhiln, Concert, K.N TY FIVj: (T.Nls tun cenlfl oiii-n (nun 10 A M to 8 I' M IloaU (rum the iy ry minute only teti nillroid l t.v nun A L> s EVEN1.VO8 ATJJ M ATI NKK Y A'l S T1IE ei'AUKLINO LOM1C Ol'EHA ERMINIE. WITH ROAItR OF OreatCmt, luiintlful i-ncrr, Pcof (lardeD PronEDJUe CODCEFI aiur IM npfn AJral oiuu, lucludlng lioth SO ornts. SATDELUY" "HALF "HOLioTf A Bploncllrt gsinoof liac.-liall TO DAY nt Coxil nm] grauiulgof 6alut btjUn aC4 T. M Jdmt-H from Hhitrrj oxory 'JU iiiiuutrs bv NEWrENTliALPAKK (iATTllEN. r.'lHh M. POPULAR bVMMKIt NIUHT co.s'CLnrs )AY MNU, Jl .1 KCMMKll Moll I U.M UT. Tue grand oroliPHtru tin n'ati-d tn 100 In coiijuncUca wilb nfull Hillltaiy bftnj. AD. XErKNUOIlfFlj OHA.M1 OUOIKPT JtA OK 70 KVKMN KVEMSUAT8. T., LET. 6T1I OnrnJrom 11 lo II. tinuilaya, I to 11 ALWAYS I I.I.Y COUL CniiHtaiitlr MMiirthltic utw rilOMJ-.NAlil 'i UAlLY. Adiiiibnlon, nflc Dillilrvn. 'Jjc Tha InystUj inn niU'imahin, AJFKB MONDAY. MKTL'UN OF '1 UK MCCAULI. UPhRA CIJM1QL C (JMPAJTY, in the iucci'MfiU coinlu opera, FALKA. 1YIADI8ON.HQUARK TIJEATHE. Mr. A. AI.PAJ.MKR COO1.KD 11Y ICKU AIR! Mlt HICHAJIU MANKFIELD. PHIM'K KAUL Evening! at U 3n luatlnes nt U at tUo of GRANT. Ol'tN DAILY FltcJil 0 A M 11 1' M, 7111 A V AM) 5.VTH t-1 Take any llrowlwav oriith av EVKNTII MONTH MF.UHMIAr AMI MONI- TUIt NAVAL rlOHT Ni.t ft uuiilng pkture but all (U (nut buttle M no ninl pt Ojii'ii and ulght 1'lalfunu ctMjk'd b) fui UOJ-ANU AT 8 MATINhE TO Wursdon a nuc- cceuriil III MIIVC, KO8TER ct IlIAL'N. MA I TO DAY Third Uuntbot the 1'opului IXfU.N, wllh wwklr clnuiKO of mubli ami xpor! Ti> morruw, hnuuay, (jiaml Snirwl i_urm it ESTABLISHED 18 II CHOICE OLD WHISKIES, MILD, DELICIOUS Tuc peculiar medicinal qualltlM of Whlaky from the finest growth ol Hre in the ri'nowuotl VaL ley of the Mnnongahela nnn- stfrarted tlii> atteCtlOC ot M filial FAcaltr in Uie Unltrd to incll a decrue M to place it in a very high position unoaf the Materla Meiliua. We to tbe atttutluu of Ic out celubraUHl Hue OLD wi OUB Dozen offer ac the {allarrfag in 00 18 ou 15 00 1200 1865, o d fiesune Wmy, Onrnaled UDDEF- en Whisky, BfDBSWlckdDDWIilsiiy. If yon cannot cMAlu WhUklPi from Orocei, we will, on rci clptof Douk Hr.tft, Hi ffts I fttrr, or I'oht Otfli-i> Money Ordtr. or C O If de slreil, rtrlHor Ihfm to yunr by Kipress, Cborges prcimlil, to all uoIuU cut of UK- UlaaljiilpM Kiver, uid bT freight to say pvt of tbc UaJttd 6 PITRITV. attd ETEVKZ8S FyiJALlTV the sre Vhlaklei In ifacnHirbct. tfOM ADI'LTERATION, uid possess luvar and fine Male HIM. told under to perfect etberwtie U> be M ourctpnuie. Correfpoudedoe loUclUd. H. H.V. CATpHERWOOIX SOUT .f 'V GEATES AND rp tt, tlTEWAirr A; 1 slate inonUJj, open fire 91 EMt U OCL, WOOD v V   

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