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CONTAINING 

Banks^ Insurance Companies 

Express Offices, Lines of Steamboats, 

^ Places of AmiLsemeiit, 
Hotels, Ocean Steamers, Ferries, 

Telegraph and Mail Stations, 
CITY CAR ROUTES, 

Arrival and Departure of Passenger Trains 

ON THE VABIOUS BAILBOAnS, 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the 1873, by 
J. D. 'SHELDON, 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. . xS 



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monthly as the changes in the various^ 
Time Tables will warrant. Each edition 
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Gr ' advertisements. 



BANKS. 

NATIONAL. 

American, 542 Broadway. 

American Exchange, 128 Broadway. 

Atlantic, 17 Nassau. 

Bank of Commerce, Nassau cor. Cedar. 

Bank of Commonwealth, 15 Nassau. 

Bank of New York, 48 WaU. 

Bank of State of New York, 33 William. 
^ Bank of the Republic, WaU cor. Broadway. 
"" Howery, 62 Bowery. 

Broadway, 237 Broadway. 

Butchers and Drovers', 124 Bowery. 

Central, 320 Broadway. 

Chatham, 196 Broadway. 

Chemical, 270 Broadway. 

Citizens', 381 Broadway. 

City, 62 WaU. 

Continental, 7 Nassau. 

East River, 682 Broadway. 

Fifth, 366 Third ave. 

First, 140 Broadway. 

Fourth, Nassau cor. Pine. 

Fulton, Fulton cor. PearL 

GaUatin, 36 Wall 

Grocers', 59 Barclay. 

Hanover, 33 Nassau. 

Importers and Traders'L247 Broadway. 

Irving, Greenwich cor. Warren. 

Leather Manufacturers', 2 WaU. 

Marine, 78 and 80 WaU. 

Market, Pearl cor. Beekman. 

Mechanics', 33 WaU. 

Mechanics' Banking Association, 38 WalL 

Mechanics and Traders', 163 Bowery. 

MercantUe, 191 Broadway. 
; Merchants', 42 Wall. . 

Merchants' Exchange, 257 Broadway. 

Metropolitan, 108 Broadway. 

National Currency, 92 Broadway. 

New York County, 81 Eighth ave. 

■Xew York National Exchange, Chambers cor. CoUege pL 

Ninth, 407 and 409 Broadway. 

Park, 214 and 216 Broadway. 
I Phenix, 45 WalL 
I St. Nicholas 7 WalL 
f Second, Fifth ave. cor. W. 23d. 
!i Seventh Ward, 234 PearL 

Shoe and Leather, 271 Broadway. 

Sixth, W. 35th cor Broadway. 



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BANKS— Coi(TiMn& 

Tenth, 348 Broadway. 
Third, 29 Pine. 
Tradeamen'n, 291 Broadway. 
Union, 34 Wall 

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Bank of America, 46 WalL 
Bank of North America, 44 Wall. 
Bank of the Metropolis, 31 Union Square. 
Bull'8 Head, 340 Third ave. 
Corn Exchange, 13 William. 
Dry Goods, 347 Broadway. 
Eleventh Ward, Avenue 1) cor. E. 10th. 
German American, 1"J0 Broadway, 
Germania, 185 Bowery. 
Greenwich. 402 Hudson. 
Harlem, 2279 Third ave. 
Loaners', 32 Nassau- 
Manhattan, 40 Wall. 

Manufacturers and Builders', 916 Third ave. 
Manufacturers and Merchants', 561 Broadway. 
Murray Hill, 558 Thhd ave. 
Mutual, 750 Broadway. 
Nassau, Nassau cor. Beeknian. 
N. Y. Gold Exchange, 68 Broadway. 
Ninth Ward, 23 Abingdon Square 
North River, 187 Greenwich. 
Oriental, 122 Bowery. 
Pacilic, 470 Broadway. 
People's, 395 Canal. 
Produce, 6 College pL 
Security, 319 Broadway. 
West Side, Eighth ave. cor. W. 34tn. 

TRUST COMPANIES. 
Farmers' Loan, 26 Exchange pi 
National, 261 Broadway. 

New York Loan and Indemnity, 229 Broadwmy 
New York State Loan, 92 Broadway. 
Real Estate, 317 Broadway. 
Union, 73 Broadway. 
United States, 49 Wall 



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INSURANCB COMPANIBS. 

FIRE. 
Adriatic, 187 Broadway. 
iEtua, 172 Broadway. 
American, 120 Broadway. 
American Exohange^ 141 Broadway. 
Arctic, 104 Broadway. 
Atlantic (Brooklyn), 178 Broadway. 
Brewer.s and ALalters', 139 Broadway. 
Broadway, 158 Broadway. 
Brooklyn (Brooklyn), 191 Broadway. 
Citizens', 156 Broadway. 
City, 111 Broadway. 
Clinton, 156 Broadway. 
Columbia, 161 Broadway. 
Commerce, 104 Broadway. 
Commercial, 157 Broadway. 
Continental, 102 Broadway. 
Eagle, 71 WalL 
Empire City, 102 Broadway. 
Equitable, 58 WalL 
Exchange, 172 Broadway. 
Farragut, 346 Broadway. 
Fireman's Trust (Brooklyn), 60 Wall 
Fireman's Fund, 167 Broadway. 
Fireman's, 163 Broadway. 
Franklin, 243 Broadway. 
Cebbard, 141 Broadway. 
German American, 139 Broadway. 
Germania, 175 Broadway. 
Globe, 1.6 Broadway. 
Greenwich, 155 Broadway. 
Guardian, 187 Broadway. 
Hamilton, 11 Wall. 
Hanover, 120 Broadway. 
Hartford, ol" Hartford, Conn., 150 Broadway, 
Hoffman, 130 Broadway. 
Home, 135 Broadway. " 
Hope, 214 Broadway. 
Howard, 66 WaU. 

Importers and Traders', 192 Broadway 
Jeffei-son, 111 Broadway. 
Kings County (Brooklyn), 8 Pin«». 
Knickf rbocker, 64 Wall. 
Lafayette (Brooklyn), 165 Broadway 
Lamar, 184 Broadway. 
Lenox, 158 Broadway. 
Long Island (Brooklyn), 120 Broadway. 
Lorillard, 152 Broadway. 
Manhattaa, 68 Wall. 



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FIRE. 
Adriatic, 187 Broadway. 
Mtna., 172 Broadway. 
American, 120 Broadway. 
American Exohaagej 141 Broadway. 
Arctic, 104 Broadway. 
Atlantic (Brooklyn), 178 Broadway. 
Brewers and Malters', 139 Broadway. 
Broadway, 158 Broadway. 
Brooklyn (Brooklyn), 191 Broadway. 
Citizens', 156 Broadway. 
City, 111 Broadway. 
Clinton, 156 Broadway. 
Columbia, 161 Broadway, 
Commerce, 104 Broadway. 
Commercial, 157 Broadway. 
CJoutinental, 102 Broadway. 
Eagle, 71 Wall 
Empire City, 102 Broadway. 
Equitable, 58 WalL 
Exchange, 172 Broadway, 
Farragut, 346 Broadway. 
Fiieman's Trust (Brooklyn), 60 Wall 
Fireman's Fund, 167 Broadway. 
Fireman's, 153 Broadway. 
Franklin, 243 Broadway" 
Gebbard, 141 Broadway. 
German American, 139 Broadway. 
Germania, 175 Broadway. 
Globe, l"i6 Broadway. 
Greenwich, 155 Broadway. 
Guardian, 187 Broadway. 
Hamilton, 11 Wall. 
Hanover, 120 Broadway. 
Hartfovtl, ol' Hartford, Conn., 150 Broadway. 
Hoffman, 130 Broadway. 
Home, 135 Broadway. ' 
Hope, 214 Broadway. 
Howard, 66 Wall. 

Importers and Traders', 192 Broadway 
Jefferson, 111 Broadway. 
Kings County (Brooklyn), 8 Pine. 
Knickerbocker, 64 Wall. 
Lafayette (Brooklyn), 165 Broadway 
Lamar, 184 Broadway. 
Lenox, 158 Broadway. 
Long Island (Brooklyn), liJO Broadway. 
Lorillard, 152 Broadway. 
Mauhattaa, 68 WaR 



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INSURANCE OOMP.VNIES-CONTIMJM, 
Manufacturers and Builders', 207 Broadway, 
Mechanics' (Brooklyn), 165 Broadway. 
Mechanics and Traders', 48 WalL 
Mercantile. 16G Broadway. 
Merchants', 149 Broadway. 
Metropolitan, 108 Broadway. 
Montauk (Brooklyn), 168 Broadway. 
Nassau (Brooklyn), 167 Broadway. 
National, 62 Wall. 
New York, 72 Wall. 
N. Y. Bowery, 124 Bowery. 
New York and Yonkei-s, 100 Broadway. 
Niagara, 201 Broadway. 
North River, 202 Greenwich. 
Pacific, 167 and 470 Broadway. 
Park, 170 Broadway. 
People's, 393 Canal. 

Peter Cooper, Third ave. cor. E. 9th and SOWilliam. 
Phenix (Brooklyn), 173 Broaaway. 
Republic, 153 Broadway. 
Resolute, 151 Broadway. 
Rutgers, 180 Chatham." 
' St Nicholas, 166 Broadway and 31 Eighth are 
Safeguard, 152 Broadway. 
Standard, 117 Broadway. 
Star, 161 Broadway. 
Sterling, 155 Broadway, 
i Stuy venant. 122 Bowery. 
1 Tradesmen's, 168 Broadway. 
itJnion Mutual, 63 William. 
I Jnited SUtes, 106 Broadway. 
Westchester, 1 Cortlandt. 
Villiamsburgh City, 151 Broadway. 

LIFE. 

American Popular, 421 Broadway, 
inchor, 178 Broadway. 

isbury, 805 Broadway. 

lerkshire (Pittsfield, Mass.), New York OflBce, 271 Broadway. 

irooklyn, 320 Broadway. 

ommonwealth, 178 Broadway. 

ontinental, 26 Nassau. 

raftsmen's, 216 Broadway. 

clectic, 187 Broadway. 

mpire Mutual. 26 Nassau. 

quitable, 120 Broadway. 

Jtcelsior, 68 William. 

ermania, 293 Broadway. 

lobe Mutual, 268 Broadway. 

jvemment Security, 17 Warren. 

lardian Mutual, 261 Broadway. 

ertsules Mutual, 23 nniou Square, 

jome, 254 Broadway. 

lomoeopathio Mutual, 281 Broadway. 

I ape Mutual, 261 Broadway, 
verpool, London & Globe, 239 Broadway. 



Removal. 



THE OFFICE OF 

SHELDON'S 



PRICE LIST 



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REMOVED TO 

Richardson's Building, 

115 WORTH STR*EET, 

A few Doors East of Broadway. H 

DESK BOOM TO LET. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES— CoNTimiEB. 
Knickerbocker, 239 Broadway. 
Manhattan, 156 Broadway. 
Merchants', 257 Broadway. 
Metropolitan, S19 Broadway. 
Mutual (of N. y.), 144 Broadway. 

Mutual Benefit (Newark, N. J.), New York OflSce, 137 Broadway 
National, 212 Broadway. 

New England Mutual (Boston), 110 Broadway. 
New York, 346 Broadway. 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 52 WalL 
North America, 17 Warren. 
Republic, 409 Broadway. 
Reserved Mutual, 132 Broadway. 
Security, 31 Pine. 
United States, 262 Broadway. 
United States Mutual Benetit, 212 Broadway 
Universal, 69 Liberty. 
Washington, 155 Broadway. 
World Mutual, 160 Broadway. 

EXPRESS OFFICES. 

Adams' 59 & 520 Broadway; 27th st. & 4tli ave. 

American M. U.. 115 & 696 Broadway, 296 Canal street; 4:d sL and 
4th ave., 22d st., and Broadway. 

American-European 72 Broadway. 

Astoria 313 Canal, 114 Keade, and 117 John sts. 

Astoria Express Co 7 Park Place. 

Bath 117 John and 114 Reade sts. 

Bergen Point '. 60 Cortlandt st. 

Brooklyn. . .280 Canal st, 944 Broadway, and 4 Court st., Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn 117 John, 313 Canal, and 114 Reade sts. 

BloomUeld, N. J 66 Cortlandt st 

Bloomingdale 170 West and 280 Canal sts. 

Carmansville . . . .280 Canal st, 8 Old sUp, and 125th st and 3d ave. 

Coney Island ^ 117 John and 114 Reade sts. 

City 88 Franklin, 67 Cortlaudt sts., and 8 Old slip. 

Delaware and Lackawana 22 College place and 785 Broadway. 

Davenport, Mason & Co. 's 65 Broadway and 280 Canal st. 

Delaware and Hudson Canal 3 Hudson st. 

East New York 117 John .st 

Elizabeth 356 Canal and 66 Cortlandt sts. 

Flushing 280 Canal st, foot James slip. 

Flatbush 117 John st. 

Fort Washington 280 Canal st. 

Greenpoiut 114 Reade and 117 John sts. 

Greenpoint 280 Canal st 

Harlem 114 Reade, 280 Canal, 117 John, and 66 Cortlandt sts. 

Hempstead 117 John st. 

Hoboken. . .313 Canal, 170 West, 66 Cortlandt, and 222 Washington. 

Hudson City 66 Cortlandt, 117 John, 313 Canal sts. 

Hunter's Pomt 313 Canal and 67 Cortlandt sts. 

Jersey City 06 Cortlandt, 313 Canal, and 117 John sts. 

Knickerbocker .'. 313 Canal, 114 Reade, and 117 John sts. 

Long Island Foot James slip and 313 Canal st 



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EXPRESS OFFICES— CoNimuBD. 

LoDg Branch Pier 28, N. R. 

Manhattan ville 280 Canal st. 

Manhattanville 280 Canal and 66 Cortlandt sts. 

Morrisania 280 Canal st. 

Morrisania and Mott Haven 114 Reade and 117 John sta. 

National 65 Broadway and 280 Canal st. 

New York Transfer Company . . 526 & 944 Broadway, 42d st. and 4th 

ave., 280 Canal st., and foot Desbrosses st. 

Newark, N. J 66 Cortlandt, 114 Reade, and 313 Canal sts. 

Nyack and New York 62 Harrison st. 

Orange, N. J 66 Cortlandt and 313 Canal sts. 

Paterson 114 Reade, 117 John, 356 Canal, and 67 Cortlandt sts. 

Ravenswood 7 Park place and 313 Canal st. 

Passaic 163 Chambers and 313 Canal ats. 

South Brooklyn 114 Reade and 313 Canal sts. 

Staten Island 280 Canal st. 

United States.. 82, 291, 744 & 957 Broadway, 280 Canal st., and 2 

Court st. , Brooklyn. 
Williamsburgh . .280 Canal, 117 John, 114 Reade, and 66 Cortlandt. 

Wells, Fargo & Co 84 Broadway and 280 Canal st. 

Yonkers 114 Reade, 313 Canal, and 117 John st*. 

Yorkville 67 Cortlandt and 313 Canal sts. 

Westcott's..7 Park place, 785 & 1,302 Broadway, 42d st and 4th 

ave., and 327 Washington st., Brooklyn. 



Hollerbach & Dieffenbach, 




MANUPACTUKEKS OF 



LOOKING-GLASSES 

MflULDIN&S AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

41 & 43 BBBKMAN STMJEJEJ 

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166 WILLIAM STUEBT, 



EDWARD M. EVERETT, 

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LINES OF STEAMBOATS. 

\ NORTH RIVER. 

Albany (Daily Line), pier 39, 8.30 a.m. 
Albany (People's Line), pier 41, 6 p. M. 
Athens and Barrytowu, pier 35, 5 p. M. 
Boston (Neptune Line), pier 27, 5 p. M. 
Boston (Fall River Linel, pier 28, 5 p m. 
Bo.ston (Stonington Line), pier 33, 5 P. Ji, 
Boston (Nor. and Wor. Line), pier 40, 5 p. M. 
Bergen Point and Mariners' Harbor, pier 14, 11 a.m. and 5 p. m. 
Chelsea, pier 22, 3 p. M. 
Cornwall and Cozzens, pier 34, 4 p. si. 
Catskill, pier 35, 6 P. M. 

Joxsackie, Germantown, Athens, pier 49, 6 p. M. 
Dobb'fl Ferry, pier 34, 3.50 and 4.15 p. M. 
Elizabethport, pier 14, 11 A. M. and 5 p. M. 
Englewood and Hastings, pier 34, 3 P. M. 
Fort Lee and Shady Side, pier 43, 10 a. m. and 2, 5.15 p. m. 
jovernor's Island. Battery, hourly. 
Sermantown and Tivoli, pier 35, 6 P. M. 
Haverstraw, pier 34, 3 30 and 3.50 p. M. « 

Haverstraw, pier 43, 4. 30 p. M. 
Hudson, pier 51, 6 P. M. 
Eyde Park and Staatsburg, pier 34, 4 p >i. 
Keyport and Middletown Point, pier 26, 4 p. m. 
Long Branch, pier 28, 9.20 a. m. and 1.40, 4 p. M. 
Marlborough and New Hamburg, pier 35, 4 P. M. 
Maiden, Tivoli, and Smith's Dock, pier 35, 6 p. M. 
!iew London and Norwich, pier 40, 5 p. m. 
*Jew Bedford (Stonington Line), pier 33, 5 p. M. 
S^yack and Irvington, pier 34, 3 P. M. 
Newark, pier 26, 5 P. M. 
Mewburgh and Esopus, pier 34, 4 p. M. 
Newburgh, pier 35, 5 p. m. 
Perth Amboy, pier 22, 3 p. M. 
Peek.'^kill and Grassy Point, pier 34, 3.30 p. m. 
Pleasant VaHey, pier 43, 10 a. m. and 2, 5.15 p. M. 
Port Monmouth and Red Bank, pier 28, 1.20 A. M. and 1.40, 4 P. M. 
f'rovidence (Neptune Line), pier 27, 5 p. M. 
Poughkeepsie and Milton, pier 34, 4 p. M. 
^ouglikeepsie and Highlands, pier 35, 5 p. M. 
lilossville Star and U^nion Landing, pier 22, 3 P. M. 
Jlockland Lake and Verplanks, pier 34, 3.30 P. M. 
ilondout and Kingston, pier 34, 4 p. M. 
rlhinebeck and West Camp, pier 35, 6 p. m. 
Jtaten Island (South Shore), foot Whitehall street, hourly, from 6 

A. M. to 9 p. M. 
Staten Island (North Shore), pier 19, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.30 A. M., and 1, 

2.30, 3.30. 4,30, 5,30, 6.30, 7.30 p. M. 
Stonington, pier 33, 5 P. M. 
'5ing Sing, pier 34, 3.50 p. M. 

.saugerties and Tivoli, pier 49, 5 p. M., every other day. 
Parrytown, pier 34, 3.30 and 3.50 p. M. 
Pro7 (Citizens' Line), pier 49, 6 P. M. 
STonkers, etc., pier 34, 3 and 4 p. m. 



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THE 



I)BT ItOods Jobbers 

REFERENCE BOOK. 



Gives the names of the selling Agents of 
Cotton, Woolen and other Goods, sold in this 
market, including the changes in firms and 
accounts since January 1st, together with 
the 



OUT-OF-TOWN DRY aOODS HOUSES, 



BOUND IN CLOTH, PRICE ONE DOLLAR, 

MaUed (Pcsta[j9 paid,) on receipt of Pric«. 



J. D. SHELDON & CO., 



LINP^S OF STEAMBOATS— Continued. 

EAST RIVER. 

Astoria, pier 24, 7, 8, 9, 10 A. sr., and 12 m., and 1, 3, 4, 5, CU,, 7 

P. M. 
Bay Ridge, Battery, 6.40, 8.40 a. m., and 12.45, 2.45, 4.45, 6.30 r.Ji. 
Baylis' Dock, pier 24, 4 P. m. 
Bridgeport, pier 35, 12 M., and 12 v. jr. 
Bayville and Cold Spring, L. I., pier 37, 3.45 p. si. 
City Island and Lloyd's Dock, pier 37, 3.45 p. m. 
College Point, pier 22, 10.50 A. m. and 4.15 p. M. 
Flu.shing, pier 22, 10.50 a. m. 
Glen Cove and Great Neck, pier 24, 4 p. m. 
Greenwich, pier 37. 3 30 p. m. 
Harlem, pier 24, 6.30, 7, 7.30, 8, 8,30, 9, 9.30, 10, 10.30, 11.30 a. m., 

and 12 m., and 1, 1.30, 2.30, 3, 3.30, 4, 4.30, 5, 6.30, 6.15, 6.30, 

7.30p.m. 
Hartford, and River Landing."?, pier 24, 4 p. m. 
New Haven, pier 25, 3.15 and 11 p. m. 
Norwalk and Danbury, pier 37, 2.45 p. M. 
Oyster Bay and Laurelton, pier 37, 3.45 p. M. 
Roslvn and Glen Wood, pier 24, 4 p. Ji. 
Stamford, pier 37, 3. 30 p. al 
Sands' Point, pier 24, 4 p.m. 
Whitestone, pier 36, 3.30 p. m. 
"Westchester, pier 22, 4.15 p. M. 



PLACES OP AmUSBMENT. 

Academy of Music— Ii-ving place, cor. E. 14th. 

Association Hall-86th cor. Third ave 

AthenjEum (White's Minstrel8)-585 Broadway. 

Booth's Theatre— 23d at. cor. 6th ave. 

Bowery Theatre-46 Bowery. 

Bryant's Minstrels— 23d cor. 6th ave 

DrKahn's Anatomical Museum— 745 Broadway. 

Empire Rink— 63d cor. 3d ave. 

eSLou's California Min,strel8-720 Broaflway. 

Fifth Avenue Theatre— 728 Broadway. 

Germania Theatre— 14th near 3d ave. 

Grand Opera House— 8th ave, cor. W. ^30. 

Irring HaU— 9 Irving Place. 

Lina Edwin's Theatre— 720 Broadway. 

New York Circus— 116 E. 14th. 

Niblo'fl Garden— 676 Broadw.ay. 

New York Museum of Anatomy— «18 Broadway. 

Olympic Theatre— 624 Broadway. 

PaTlUioB— 688 Broadway. 



LA.IPLr)'S 

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Formerly with the late SAMUEL LAIRD. 



PLACES OF AMUSEMENT— CtoNTnni™. 
Btadt Theatre— 45 Bowery. 
Bteinway Hall^ — 14th street. 
St James' Theatre — 28 th cor. Broadway. 
San Francisco Minstrels — '2iBth cor. Broadway. 
Tammany Hall— 199 E. 14th. 
Theatre Francaia— 107 W. 14th 
Theatre Comique — 514 Broadway. 
Tony Pastor's Opera House — 201 Bowery, 
Thirty-fourth Street Theatre — near 3d ave. 
Union Square Theatre — 14th cor. Broadway, 
Wallack's Theatre— 844 Broadway. 
Wood's Museum — Broadway cor. 30th. 

HOTELS. 

Alhemarle Broadway cor. 24th. 

Arlington 22 E. 14th. 

Anson House cor. Spring and Crosby. 

Ashburton House cor. 40th st and 6th ave. 

Ashland House 315 4th ave 

Astor House Broadway cor. Barclay. 

Belmont Hotel 135 Fultoii. 

Brandreth House 292 CanaL 

Brevoort House 11 Fifth ave. 

Bull's Head 322 Third ave. 

Bull's Heaa Third av. cor. 103d. 

Central Park Hotel 59th and 7th ave. 

Clarendon 4th ave. and 18th. 

Clifford Broadway and olst. 

Clinton Hotel , 35 Clinton Place. 

Coleman House Broadway and 27th. 

Commercial 1^ Park Row 

Compton 321 Third ave. 

Comstock 8 Clinton Place. 

Continental 442 Broadway. 

Cosmopolitan 129 Chambers. 

Crook's Hotel 84 Chatham. 

Currier 144 Fulton 

Delmonico's cor, 6th ave. and 14th. 

Delmonico's cor. Broadway and Chambens. 

Dupont 166 Hudson. 

Earle'fl Hotel cor. Canal and Centre. 

Eastern Hotel 64 Whitehall 

Everett 4th ave and 17th. 

Fifth Avenue cor. Fifth ave. and 23d. 

Frankfort House cor. William and Frankfort 

F^jux 10 Waverley Place 

French's Hotel cor. Frankfort and Chatham. 

Gilsey House Broadway and 29th. 

Glenham 1^1 '^'^^ ave. 

Gramercy Park E. 20th near 4th ave. 

Grand Broadway and 31st. 

Grand Central Broadway opp. Bond. 

Hoffman House Broadway near 26th. 

Heme Made Hotel 284 Greenwich. 

Irriag House Broadway and 12th, 




DIAGRAMS OF TAIKG^TS MADEI 
UTITM A REMSN<C}TOW RIFLE:. 



"REMINGTON'S" 

Sporting, Hunting and Targ^et 

BREECH-LOADiNG 

RIFLES AND SHOT-GUNS. 

For Simplicity of Meclianlsm, Ease of Manipulation, Quality 
of Workman sliip and Material, Accuracy of Range, and Pene- 
tration, WITHOUT COMPARISON, Also, Revolving, Repeating, 
Deriuger, and Vest-Pocket Pistols, and Rifle-Canes. 

" EEMIKGTON'S " 

SUPERIOR 

Breech-Loading Double Barrel 8hot€runs. 



steel, Twist, Laminated and Damascus Barrels, Ro-bounding 
Locks, Central Fire. Will be ready about May Ist, 1873. 
Out this out and send for Illustrated Price List. Address 

E. REMINGTON & SONS, 

Armory, Ilion, N. Y. 281 & 283 Broadway, N. Y. 



HOTELS— CONTIJOJKD. 

Lafayette 595 Broadway. 

I Leggett's 42 Chatham. 

Lenox Fifth ave. and 13th. 

Libby 54 Warren. 

lladison Avenue C3 Madison ave. 

Madison Square 14 E. 21st. 

Maison Doree Broadway and 14th. 

Maltby House 23 Great Jones. 

Marble House 12 Union Place. 

McKinley 0pp. Fulton Market 

Merchants' 41 Cortlandt 

Metropolitan Broadway cor. Prince. 

Monument 16 Union Place 

National 7 Cortlandt 

New England cor. Bowery and Bayard 

New Haven Hotel 375 Fourth ave. 

New York Hotel 721 Broadway. 

Northern , 81 Cortlandt 

Pacific 172 Greenwich. 

Park cor. Nas-sau and Beekiuau. 

Park Avenue cor. 42d and 4th ave. 

Prescott cor. Broadway and Spring 

Revere House Broadway and Houston. 

Rutledge House .832 Broadway. 

Sherman House Broadway cor. 26th 

Sinclair 754 Broadway. 

Spingler House Union Square 

Stacy House 760 Broadway. 

Stevens House 25 Broadway. 

Sturtevant Broadway and 29tL 

St Charles 648 Broadway. 

St Cloud Broadway cor. 42d. 

St Denis • Broadway and 11th. 

St George Broadway and 20th St 

St James « 1135 Broadway. 

St. Julien 4 Washington Place. 

St Marks Broadway cor. 27th. 

St Nicholas 515 Broad\^ij(y. 

Sweeney's cor. Duane and ChathArn. 

Tremont 665 Broadway. 

Union Place 14th and Broadway. 

Union Square cor. 15th st and 4th ave. 

United States cor. Pearl and Fulton. 

Vandvke 28 Bowery. 

Wadsworth 63 Fifth avo. 

WaKhington 1 Broadway. 

Waverley 697 Broadway. 

Whitney Broadway cor. 12th. 

Westchester cor. Bowery and Broome. 

Western 8 Cortlandt 

Westminster Irving place cor. 16th. 

Westmoreland 148 Union Square 

West Side Hotel 225 and 227 Sixth av«. 

Worden 144 K UUu 



Chartered 1873. Cash Capital, $50,000. 



The Boveltf Fancy Goods and Toy Co. 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



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NaVELTIES IN GENERAL, 

124: Nassau Street^ 
Room 3, NEAV YORK. 



Factory, HUNTER'S POINT. 



OCEAN STEAMERS— OONTiNUKD. 

Stettin— From pier 13 North River. Office 40 Bro»r1\vay. 

Savannah — Murray's line — From pier 16 E. R. OfBce 62 South. 

Savannah— Black Star Line— From pier 13 N. R. Office 93 AVest. 

Savannah — Atlantic Coast Line — From pier 8 N. R. Oflice 5 Bowl- 
ing Green. 

WUraington, N. C. — Lorillarti'e Line — From pier 34 E. R. Oflice on 
pier. 

Wilmington, DeL — From pier 8 North Itiver. Office on the pier. 

^ERHIES. 

Astoria — From 92d st., E. R., to Astoria, eveiy 30 min. from 6 
A. M. to 10 p. M. 

Astoria — From Peck sL, E. R., to Astoria, by Harlem Boats. 

Blackwcll's Island— From 26th sL, E. R., to Blackwell'a Is- 
land ; 10.30 A. M., l.oO p. M., eveiy day by steamboat. 

Blaci(wcll's Island— From 61st st, E. R., to Blackwell'a Is- 
land ; row-boat for attaches of Institution. 

Bedloe's Island— From Pier 41, N. R., to Bedloe's Island. 
See Governor's Island. 

Brooklyn — From New Chambers sL, E. R., to Bridge et ; first 
boat 5 A. ai. ; every 15 min. until 10 p. m. 

Brooklyn— From Catharine st., E. R., to Main St.; first boat 6 
A. M.; every 10 min. until 9 P. M. ; then every 20 min. until 12 
P. M. 

Brooklyn- From Fulton st , E. R., to Fulton st, every 3 to 5 
min. from 4 a. M. to 7 P. M. ; then every 10 min. to 12 P. ii. ; then 
every 15 min. to 4 a. m. 

Brooklyn— From Whitehall st., E. R , to Atlantic st ; first boat 

4 A. M., every 30 min. to 7 a. m. ; then every 12 min. to 7 p. M. ; 
then every 15 min. to 9 p. m. ; then every 30 min. to 12.30 p. m. 

Brooklyn— From AVhitehall st, E. R., to Hamilton ave. ; rnns 

every 10 min. from 5 a. m. to 6 p. m.; then every 15 min. io 9.30 

p. M. ; then every 30 min. to 5 a. m. 
Brooklyn- F.om Wall st. E. R, to Monta^ie st. jtirst boat 5.30 

A. M. ; every 10 min. to 8.30 p m. ; then every 20 miu. to 11 P. M. 
Brooklyn— From Jackson st, E. R, to Hudson ave.; every 20 

min. from 5.30 a. it to 10 p. m. 
Brooklyn. "E. l>is».— From Grand st, E. R, to Grand st ; 

runs every 12 min. from 5 a. M. to 10 p. m. ; then every 25 min. to 

5 A. M. 

Brooklyn, E. B.— From Houston st, E. R., to Grand st ; runs 

every 10 min. from 6 a. m. to 10 p. M. ; then every 20 uia. to 12 

p. M. ; then every 30 min to 6 a. M. 
Brooklyn, E. B.— From Grand st, E. R., to South 7th et ; 

first boat 5 A. M. ; every 10 min. to 10 p. m. ; then every 20 min. to 

12 p. M. 
Brooklyn, E. "■>.- From Roosevelt st, E. R, to South 7th st ; 

runs every 10 min. from 5 a. M. to 8 p. m. ; then every 20 min. to 

12 p. M.; then every 30 miu. to 5 a. M, ; then every 20 min. to 6 

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W. E. WAGNER & CO. 

IMPORTERS OF 



AND DEALERS IN 



FIRE lOSES, 

Fire'Crackers, Torpedoes, Fhgs, laaterns, Balloons, 

Aui POLITICAL GOODS Ifl General, 

No. Ill CHAMBERS STREET, 

NEW YORK. 



^Itclh, |[in£rah, ptiques, 
HORNS, CURIOSITIES, ETC., 

CHIBE I JAP WSiJ (lOIIDS, 

Viz. : China Vases, Boxes, etc., 

AT THE 

Old Curiosity Shop, j 

115 CHAMBERS ST., N. Y. 



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FERRIES— CONTINTJKI). 

Ball's Ferry, Fort Iiee.— Pier 51, N. R. 

Commiinipa'iv— Foot Liberty st, every 20 mla. 

Darid's Islaud— From Pier 1, E. R, to DaTid's Island. Se« 

Fort Schuyler. 

Fort Schuyler— From Pier 1, E. R., to Fort Schuyler, on Wed- 
nesdays only, at 9 A. M. 

Ciovernor's Island— From Pier 43, N. R., to GoTemor's Is- 
land, daily, except Wednesdays and Sundays, at 9 a. M., 1. 4 p. M. : 
on Wednesdays at 8 a. m. only; and on Sundays at 10 A. H., 1, 4 
p. M. Touch at Pier 1, E. R., about 10 min. after leaving Pier 43, 
N. R, and return to New York in about one hour. 

Greenpoint— From 10th et., E. R, to Greenpoint; first boat at 
5 A. M. ; every 15 min. to 9 p.m. ; then every 30 min. to 12 p. M. 

Greenpoiut— From 23d st., E. R., to Greenpoint; first boat at 

5 a. m. ; every 30 min. to 12 p. M. 

Bnrlem. etc.— From Peck sL to Harlem, etc See Table of 

Steamboats. 
Dart'id I«ilaad— From 20th st, E. R, to Hart's Island, 10.30 

A. M., by steamboat. 
nunter's Point — From James si., E R, to Hunter's Point, 7 

A. M., 8 A. M. ; then every 30 min. until 6 P. M. 
Hiinter'n Point— From 34th st., E. R, to Hunter's Point; first 

boat at 4 A. m. ; every 15 min. to 8 P. M. ; then every 30 min. to 12 

P. M. 

Jllott Haven— Pier 22, N. R 

Ne^v Jersey — From Desbrosses st, N. R, to Jersey City; from 6 

A. M. every 15 min. to 1 a. m. 
IVew Jersey— .From Cortlandt st, N. R., to Jersey City; runs 

every 10 min. from 6 a. m. to 9.30 P. M. ; then every 15 min. to 

6 a. u. 

New Jersey— From Liberty st, N. R, to Cent R R. of N.J. 

dock, Communipaw; runs as follows: 12.30, 4, 5. 5.45, 6.15, 6.36, 

6.50, 7.15, 7.30, 8, 8.15, 8.30, 8.45, 9, 9.10, 9.35. 9 50, 1010, 10.30, 

10.45, 11.10, 11.25, 11.40 A.M.. 12 M., 12.30, 1, 1.20, 1.46, 2, 2.15, 2.40, 

3, 3.15, 3.30, 3.45, 4, 4.15, 4.30, 4.45, 5, 5.15, 5.30, 5.45, 6, 6.20, 6.40, 

7, 7.15, 7.45, 8, 8.50, 9.40, 10.20, 11, 11.45 P. M. 
Ne"w Jersey — From Chambers st, N. R., to Pavonia Ferry, Erie 

R R. dock, every 16 min. from 4 A. M. to 8.30 p. M. ; then every 80 

min. to 4 a. m. 
Wfiw Jersey — From Barclay st, N. R., to Hoboken, every 10 

min. from 6 a. m. to 8 p. M. ; then every 15 min. to 12.15 A. u. ; 

then every 30 min. to 4.45 A. M. ; then every 15 min. to 6 A. if. 
New Jersey— From Christopher st., N. R., to Hoboken; lirat 

boat 6 A. u. ; then every 15 min. to 9 p. M. 
New Jersey— From 23d st, N. R, to Pavonia Ferry, Erie R R 

dock, every 30 min. from 4.15 a. M. until 8 P. M. ; then hoorly 

until 11 P. M. 
New Jersey— From 42d st, N. R., to Weehawken; first b«ftt 6 

▲. M. ; last boat 9 p. M. ; mns every 20 min. 



ury Goods Jobbefs tieference tiook. 



OriNIONS OF THE mESS. 



From the ** ITlercautile Journal.'' 

Messrs. J. D. Sheldon & Co., publishers of Shet.don's 
Wkekly Price List, 115 Worth St., New York, have now 
ready the rirst number of their Dry Goods Jobbf.es' Ref- 
erence Book, an invaluable work to ever\' Manufacturer 
and buyer of Dr}^ Goods. It is puljlished in substantial 
and convenient form, contains one hundred and thirty- six 
pages of carefully compiled information, giving the agents 
for over \i,W)0 brands of Cotton, Woolen and other goods, 
and a Director^' to the Dry Goods trade and city offices of 
out-of-town houses ; enabling the buyer and manufacturer 
to acquire in a moment what has heretofore required hours 
of labor. Bound in cloth. Price One Dollar. 



From the •' fj. S. Fconoinisl." 

The Dry Goods Joubers' Reference Book. — This is a 
neatl}' bound pocket volume, containing the names of the 
selling agents of Cotton, Woolen, and other Goods sold in 
this market, and states .at once, to the inexperienced a.s 
well as the accustomed buyers, the agents for any desired 
style or make of Dry Goods that may be wanted. The 
style.s and descriptions of goods are classified in alpliabeti- 
cal order, and the reference is immediate. The publishers 
are J. D. Sheldon & Co., 115 Worth St., and besides the 
above information, contains also a Directory to the New 
York Dry Goods Trade, as well as the cit}-- offices of out- 
of-town Dry Goods houses. It is an auxiliary that no 
buyer can aft'ord to be without, and as such 'we com- 
mend it to the attention of the entire trade. 



From the '< Daily Bullcliu." 

J. D. Sheldon & Co., 115 Worth St., have published a 
small manual of reference for the Dry Goods Trade, giv- 
ing the names of agents for the various classes of domestic 
goods, and a complete directory of the importers, commis- 
sion houses, jobbers, and resident agents of houses in other 
citiei5. The hand-book will be eminently serviceable to 
our dry goods merchants. 



FERRIES — CoNTiNU«D. 

Rnndall's iNland— From 20th st, E. K, to RandaU's Inland, 

10.30 A. M., by steamboat 
Randall's Islan«l— From 122d et, E. R, to Randall's Island, 

by row-boat, at all lionrs of the day. 
Slaten Ii»Iand (Tompkinsvilie, Stapleton, and Vanderbilt's 

Landing) — From ft. Whitehall st., from 6 a. M. to 9 p. iL, every 

hour; then at 11.45 p. m. The 6, 7, and 9 a. m., and 1, 4, 6, and 6 

p. M. boats connect with the Staten Island Railroad. 
Staten Islaud— From Pier 19, N. R., to North Shore. 
Ward's Island— From 110th st, E. R., to Ward's Island, by 

row-boat, at all hours of the day. 
Willet's Point— From Pier 1, E. R, to Willet's Peint See 

Fort Schuyler. 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES AND U. S. 
MAIL STATIONS. 

American Atlantic Cable 68 Wall. 

Atlantic District 62 Broadway. 

Atlantic and Pacific 33 Broadway. 

Eirie Railway Eighth ave. and W. 23d, and 145 Broadway. 

To aU places on road and branches. 

Franklin ^ 11 Broad. 

Gold and Stock : 13 New. 

Manhattan 122 Front. 

International Ocean 88 Liberty. 

National 64 Broadway and 19 New. 

N. Y., N. F. & London '. . .88 Liberty. 

Pacific and Atlantic 14 Broad. 

Western Union 145 Broadway. 

U. S. MAIL STATIONS— Open from 6 .00 a. m. to fl.30 p. m. 



A — 100 Spring. 
B— 382 Grand. 
C— 627 Hudson. 
U — Bible House. 
E — 465 Eighth ave. 
JH— 342 Third ave. 
O — 735 Seyenth ave. 



H— 973 Third ave. 

i — W. 84th, cor. Boulevard. 

K— 171 E. 86th. 

fj2277 Third ave. 

Ul — Carman.-iville. 

N— Tubby Hook. 



IF YOU 

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Not Want, 

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Want Anything^ Ton 
Have Not Got, 

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Of all Newsdealers, or sent post free 
on receipt. 

Subscription $1.00 per Year. 

Address P. 0. Box 3,983, N.Y. Oitv. 



NEW YORK CITY OAR ROUTES. 

Broadway and Universitt Plack Lixe.— Leaves cor. Broadway 
and Barclay st. : Runs through Barclay to Church, to Canal, to 
Greene, to Clinton pi., to University pL, to Union sq., to Broadway, 
to Seventh ave., to 59th st, to Central Park. Return by same route 
to University pL , to Wooster st., crosses Canal st. to West Broad- 
way, to College pi., to Barclay st., to starting point. Last car leaves 
Central Park 11 p. m. ; last car leaves Barclay st 11.45 p. M. 

Broadway and Broome Strkkt Lnra. — Leaves cor. Broadway and 
Broome st. : Runs through Broome st. to Greene st, and thence by 
same route as Broadway and Barclay st. line. Returns by same 
route as Broadway and Barclay st line to Broome st, thence to 
Broadway. 

SiXTu AvENOE Limb. — Leave.s cor. Broadway and Vesey st : Runs 
through Vesey st to Church st, to Chambers st, to W. Broadway, 
to Canal st. to Varick st, to Carmine st, to Sixth av« , to 59th st, 
and Central Park. Returns by same route to W. Broadway, to Col- 
lege pi., to Vesey st, to cor. Broadway . Runs all night. 

Sixth ATEXtns, Broadway, and Canal 'Street Link— Leaves 
cor. Broadway and Canal st. : Runs through Canal st. to Varick st, 
thence by same route to Sixth ave. line. Returns by same route. 
Last car leaves 43d st. depot at 10.15 p. M. ; last car leaves Broad- 
way and Canal at. at 10.50 P. M. 

Seventh Avenue LIne — Leaves Broadway and Barclay st : Runs 
through Barclay st to Church, to Canal, to Sullivan, to Amity, to 
Alacdougal, to Clinton pi., to Greenwich ave., to Seventh ave., to 
59th st and Central Park. Returns by same route to Sullivan st, 
to W. Broadway, to College pi., to Barclay st, to Broadway. Last 
car leaves Central Park at 10.30 p. u. ; last car leave's Broadway at 
11.15 P. M. 

Eighth Avenue Line. — Leaves Broadway and Ve.'^ey st : Runs 
through Vesey st to Church st, to Chambers, to W. Broadway, to 
Canal st. to Hud.soa St., to Eighth ave., to 59th st and Central 
Park, to W. 125th .st Returns by same route to Chambers st, to Col- 
lege pi., to Vesey st, to Broadway. This line runs every 15 minutes 
all night 

Eighth Avenue, Broadway, and Canai, Street Line.— Leaves 
Broadway and Canal st, to Hudson st, thence up and down same 
route aa Eighth ave. line, returning to Canal st, and Broadway. 
Last car leaves Broadwav and Canal st at 11 r. M. ; lajut ear leaves 
49th st depot at. 10.30 v. M. 

Ninth Avenue Line.— Leaves Broadway and Fulton st. : Runu 
through Fulton st. to Greenwich, to Ninth ave., to 54th st Returns 
by same rente to Washington st, to Fulton st, to Broadway. Last 
car leaves Broadway, cor Fultou, at 10 r. it. ; last car leaves 64th st 
depot at 9 p. M. 



NEW YORK CITY CAR ROUTES— Continhkb. 

Central Park, North River anb Tknth Avtsnuk Link. — Leaves 
South Ferry: Rnas througlj Whitehall st.. to Marketfield, to Bow- 
ling Green, to Battery pi . to West St., to Tenth are., to 59th st, to 
Central Park. Return.-^ hy tame route Last car leavas cor. 59th 
St and 10th ave. at lO.IlO V. u. ; Soutli Ferry, at 11.30 p. ic. 

Second Avevue Line. — Leaves foot of Peck Slip: Runs through 
South st. to Oliver st.. to Bowery, to Grand s*-., to Chnstie, to Hous- 
ton, to Second ave., to 128th st. , Harlem. Returns by Second ave. 
to 23d st , to First ave., to Houston st., to Allen, to Grand, to 
Bowery, to Chatham st. , to Pearl, to starting point Cai-s run from 
Peck Slip all night; cars run from 63d st all night Last car leaves 
Harlem at 1 a. M. ; last car leaves 03d st for Harlem at 12.30 A. M. 

Third Avenue Lin;^. — Leaves Broadway, opposite Astor House: 
Runs through Park row to Chatham st, to Bowery, to Third ave., 
to 65th st. , thence to Harlem. Returns by the same route. Cara oa 
this line run all night. 

FocRTH A\'T5NUE LiNK. — Leaves Broadway, opposite Astor House: 
Runs through Park Row to Centre st, to Grand, to Bowery, to 
Fourth ave.. to 32d st Eveiy third car continues through 32d at. 
to Lexington ave., to o4tk., to Hunter's Point Ferry. Beturns by 
same route to Broome st , to Centre, to starting point Last car 
leaves Astor House at 11.30 P. M. ; last car leaves 34th st Ferry at 
10.55 ¥. 11. 

City Hall, Avendk B, and Thirty-Fourth Street Link.— 
Leaves Ann st and Broadway: Runs through Park Row to Chat- 
Lara st, to E. Broadway, to Clinton st., to Avenue B, to 14th st., to 
Avenue A, to 23d st, to First ave., to 34th st,, to Ferry. RrtuniB 
by same route to Second st, to Avenue A, to E.ssex st, to E. Broad- 
way, to Chath.im st, to Park Row, to Ann st. and Broadway. Last 
car leaves 3-lth st , at 11 .40 P. M. ; last car leaves Broadway and Ann 
«t at 12.30 A. M. 

AVENUK C AND HOUSTON STREET LiNK. — Leaves Fourth ave., cor. 
E. 42d st, to Lexington ave., to E. 35th st, to First ave., to E, 
23d st, to Avenue A. to E. 17th st, to Avenue C, to Third st , to 
Fiist ave., to E. and W Houston st, to West st, to foot Chambers 
st , returning through Westst, to Charlton, to Prince, to Stanton, 
to I'itt, to Avenue C, to E. 18th st, to Avenue A, to E. 23d, to First 
ave., to E. 3(ith, to Lexington ave., to E 42d st and Fourth ave. 

Dry Dock and East Broadway Line.- Leaves Ann st and Broad- 
way: Runs through Park Row to Chatham st, to E. Broadway, to 
Grand st, to Columbia, to Avenue B, to 14th, to Avenue A. Re- 
turns by 14th st. to Avenue D, thence by same route to starting 
point Last car leaves 14th st and Avenue A at 11.30 p. m. ; last 
car leaves Broadway and Ann st at 12 a. m. 

Ce.ntral Park, Ea8T River, and Avenub A Link. — Leaves foot 
Whitehall st; runs through Whitehall st to Front, to Old Slip, to 
South St., to Grand, to Houston, to Avenue D, to 14th, to Aveuue A, 
to 23d st, to First ave., to 69th st, to Fifth ave. and Central Park. 
Returns by 59t.h st, takes same route to Avenue D, and 7th st, t« 
Lewis, to Houston, to Mangin, to Grand, to Corlaers, to Monroe, to 
JacKson. to Front, to Water, to South Ferry. This road passes all 
East River ferries. Last car leaves South Ferry at 11.15 r. M.; lasi 
ear leaves 59th st and Fifth ave. at 10.15 p, m. 



NEW YORK CITY GAR ROUTESt-Contlwed. 

Blebokeb Street and Fulton Ferry Lrera— Leaves Fnltoa 
Ferry: Runs through Pulton stto William, to Ann, to Park Row, to 
Centre st, to Leonard, to Elm, to Howard, to Crosby, to Bleecker, 
to Maodougal, to Fourth, to W. Twelfth, to Hudson, to 14th, to Tenth 
ave. Returns by Tenth ave. to 14th st., to Huc\son, to Bleecker, to 
Crosby, to Howard, to Elm, to Reade, to Centre, to Beekman, to 
South, to Fulton Ferry. Last car leaves Fulton Ferry at 12.60 a. m.; 
last car leaves 14th st and Tenth ave. at 12 p. m. 

Bleecker Street Branch. — Leaves Fulton Ferry : Runs through 
Fulton St., to Water, to Peck Slip, to Pearl, to New Bowery, to Canal 
Bt. , to Elm, to Howard, to Crosby, thence by same rout« as the above 
road. Returns by same route to Canal st. , to Bowery, to New Bow- 
ery, to Pearl, to Peck Slip, to South, to Fulton Ferry. 

Dbsbrossks, Vbstrt and Grand Street Line. —Leaves Grand 
St Ferry : Runs through Grand st to Sullivan, to Vestry, to Green- 
wich, to Desbrosses st, to Desbrosses St Ferry. Returns by Des- 
brosses at. to Washington, to Vestry, enoe by same route to start- 
ing point Last oar leaves Grand St Ferry at 11.40 p. u.: last car 
leaves Desbrosses St Ferry at 12.10 p. M. 

I'WENTY-THraD Street Linb.--Ruiis through East and West 23d 
■t, from Eaat River to North Rivfir. 



htm Avenue Iheatre, 

728 & 730 BBOADWAT, 

(Opposite Waverly Place.) 

a AraS M L?, - - Sele Lesssi ari togw, 
TI18 Leaiiing CoieSy Tbeatre of tlie UElteil States, 



This establishment has a world-wide reputation as the 
oremost theatre in the country for the production of old 
comedies and the modern society plays. The company is un- 
equalled in every respect. 

"Frou-Frou," "Fernande," "Alixe," "Divorce,'' etc., 
etc., and the last grand emotional sensation, " Madeleiu 
Morel, " were originally produced here. 

Matinees are given every Saturday at 1,30 o'clock. 




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Eighth Avenue, cor. 23d Street. 

""IfXer:'] RAUTONDALY, 

\The^Most JElegmit and Capaciotis TJieatre 
in the Country. 

No one should fail to visit this beautiful temple of the 
drama. The plays produced here are of the highest order ; 
the wonderful resources of the place and the extent of the 
stage permitting the representation of spectacles in a man- 
ner no other establishment can approach. 

^" The 8th Ave. cars and Broadway street line of stages 
pass the doors, as do the 23d St. line of cars, which intersect 
every railioad in the city. 



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JAMES W. QUEEN & CO., 



601 Broadway 9 Neiv York. 

©pera ani Jficb §lmts, 

Drawing Instruments and Materials, 

SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES. 



3^0. 10 West Fourth Street^ JS\ F-, 

AND .BLANK- BOOK MANUFACTURER. 

A Large, Select Stock of Foreign and Domestic Note, Let- 
ter, and Cap Papers, all Styles and Colors, Envelopes of all 
Styles and Patterns, Initial' Papers ou hand and stamped to 
order, Mournine and Wedding Papers and Envelopes, Mourn- 
ing and Tinted Visiting Cards, Foreign and Domestic Writ- 
ing and Copying Inks, Pocket Memorandums, Diaries, Tab- 
lets, and Pockef-Books, Inkstand?, Sponge-Cups, Gold, Steel 
and Quill Pens, Pencils, Pen-Holders, Drawing and Tracing 
Papers, Writing-Desks, Portfolios, Rulers, Cash and Letter 
Boxes, Letter Copying-Presses, Stands, Brushes, etc. 

Everything in the Stationer^' Line. 
■^ Orders Solicited. Estimates Furnished. 

EDWABD rOE, 10 West 4tli St., N. Y. 



N. y, CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER 
RAILROAD. 

4th avenue and 42d STREET. 
Departure of Trains. 

Ex. Train 8 a.m., Yonkers 8.35, Peekskill 9.23, Garri.sion's 9.40, 
Poughkeepsie 10.35, Albany 1.20 P.M., Syracuse 7, Rochester 
10.25, Butfalo 12.50 A.M., Niagara FallB 1.10 a.m. 

Sp. Ex. Train 10 a.m., Poughkeepsie 12.13 p.m., Albany 2.20, 
Syracuse 6.55, Rochester 9.20, Buffalo 11.20 p.m., Niagara Falls 
1.10 A.M. 

Ex. Train 10.45 a.m., Yonkers 11.21, Tarrytown 11.45, Sing Sing 
11.58, Peekskill 12.20 P. M.. Garrison's 12.38, Poughkeepsie 1.42, 
Albany 4.60, Syracuse 11.50, Rochester 3.35 A. M., Butfalo 6.20, 
Niagara Falls 6.50 a.m. 

Sp. Ex. Train 3.40 p.m.. Garrison's 5.17, Poughkeepsie 6.08, Al- 
bany 8.15 P.M. 

Ex. Train 4 p. M , Peekskill 5.26, Garrison's 5.44, Poughkeepsie 
6.50. Albany 9.50 p.m. 

Ex. Trajn "7 P.M., Peekskill 8.23, Garrison's 8.42, Poug:hkeepsie 
9.42, Albany 12.40, Syracuse 6.35 a.m., Rochester 10.30, Buffalo 1 
P.M., Niagara Falls 1.30 p.m. 

Ex. Train *8.30 p.m., Poughkeepsie 11.05, Albanyl.45 a.m., Syra- 
cu.se 7.30, Rochester 10.30, Buffalo 1p.m., Niagara Falls 1.30 p.m. 

Ex. Train 11 p.m., Dobb's Ferry 12.12 a.m., Sing Sing 12.60, 
Peekskill 1.25, Poughkeepsie 3.10, Albany 8, Syracuse 2.40 p.m., 
Rochester 6.25, Buffalo 9, Niagara Falls 9. "65 p.m. 

Trains leave for Garrison's, Cornwall, and Poughkeepsie at 7 a. m. 
2, 5.30 p.m. 

Trains leave for Groton, Crugers, Montrose, and Peekskill at *?, 
9.10 a.m., and 2, 4.15, 5.30. 6.20, 7.45 p m. 

Trains leave for Yonkers, Hastings, Dobb's Ferry' Irvington, Tar- 
rytown, Scaaborough, and Sing Sing at *7, 9.10 a.m., and 2, 4.15, 
6, 5.30, 6.18, 7,45 p.m. 

Trains leave for Glen wood at 7, 9.10 A. m, and 5, 6.18 p.m. 

Arrival of Trains. 

Ex. Train' leaves Rochester 10.20 A.M., Syracuse 2 05 p.m., Albany 
10, Poughkeepsie 1.66 a.m., arrive at New York at 6 a.m. 

Ex. Train leave.") Buffalo *2.05 p. m., Rochester 4.30, Syracuse 8, 
Albany 1 a.m., Poughkeep.sie 3.55, arrive at New York at 6.45 a.m. 

Ex. Train leaves Niagara Falls *1. 45 p.m , Rochester 5.2». Syra- 
cuse 8.20, Albany 1.35 a.m., Poughkeepsie 4.15, Peekskill 5.25, 
arrive at New York 7 a.m. 

Ex. Train leaves Niagara F.alls 5.45 p.m., Buffalo 6.25. Rochester 
8.55, Syracu.se 12.15 a.m., Albanv 6.20, Poughkeepsie 9. Garrison'.s 
9.52, Peek.skill 10.11, arrive at New York 11.00 a.m. 

Ex Train leaves Buffalo "11.30 p.m.. Rocbe.ster 1.40 a.m., Syra- 
cuse 4.20, Albany 10.15, Poughkeepsie 1.10 P.M., GjjiTisyu's 2.03, 
arrive at New York 3.40 p.m. 



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N. y. C. & H. R. R. R.— (Continued.) I 

Sp. Ex. Train leaves? Rochester 7.25 A. M., Syracuse 9.46, Albauy 
2.20 p. M., Poiighkeepsie 4.25, arrive at New York 6.30 p. m. 

Sp. Ex. Train leaves Niagara Falla 4.25 a.m., Buffalo 5, Roch- 
ester 7.35. Syracuse 10.25 p. M., Albany 5.30, Poughkeepsie 7.30, 
arrive at New York at 9.30 p. m. 

Ex. TR.4.IN leaves Albany at 4 p.m., Poughkeepsie 7.40, GflTtrison's 
8.32, Peekskill 8. .52, Sing Sing 9.15, Tarrytown 9.28, Yonkers 9.01, 
arrive at New York 10.30 p.m. 

Train.s arrive from Garrison's and Poughkeepsie at 9 a. m., aril 
*7.05 p. M. 

Trains arrive from Croton, Cruger's, Montrose, and Peekskill at 
8.1.5, 9.50a.m. and 12.15, 4.15, *7.05 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Yonkers, Hastings, Dobb's FeiTv, Irvington, 
Tarrytown, Scarborough, and Sing Sing at 7.45, 8.19, 9, 9.50 a.m., 
and 12.15, 4.15, *".05 p. M. 

Traiu.s arrive from Uleuwood at 7.45, 8.15 A. M., and 12 15, *7.05 
p. M. 

30lh STREET ANO TARBVTOW.V 
BRAIVC'H, 

30th STREET AND 9th AVENUE. 

Trains leave for Manhattanville, 152d3t., Fort Washington, In- 
wood, Spuyten Duyvil, Riverdale, Mt St. Vincent, Yonkers, <Jl.'n- 
wood, Hastings, Dobb's Ferry, Irvington and Tarrytown at 6.45, 
8.45, 10.20 A. M., and 1, 3, 4, ♦4.40, 5.15, 6.30, 8, 11.30 p.m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.15, 8.05, H.35, ^9.40, 11.25 
A. M., and 2.10, 4.05, 5.40, 7.30, 8.25, 10.45 p. m. 

SPUVTE.'V DUirVIfi AIVO PORT IfIOOiRI.4 
BRAi\GII. 

Trains leave 42d St. Depot for High Bridge, Morris Dock, Kin^^'a 
Bridge, Spuyten Duyvil, Inwood, Fort Wa.shington. 152d St., Man- 
hattan ville, and 30th st. at 11.30 a.m. and 1, 5, p. M. 

Trains leave 30th St. Depot for Manhattanville, 162d st, Fort 
Washington, Inwood, Spuvten Duyvil, King's Bridge, Morris Dock, 
Hi.,'h Bridge, and 42d st. at 7.45, 9.30 a. m. and 2.15 p m. 

Trains arrive at 30ta .st. from above places at 12.30, 2, 6.10 p.m. 

Trains arrive at 42d st. from above places at 8.45, 10.30 a.m., and 
3.15 P.M. 

* Denotes trains run daily. 



M. J. MARTIN, 

Importer and Manufacturer of 

SADDIJRY BAilDWAItli 

Horse Blanliets, Sheets, &c., 

ALL STYLES & VARIETIES AT LOW PRICES, 
Wholesale and Retail, 

143 BOl^tTBRY, 

Between Grand and Broome Sts., NEW YORK. 

3d and 4th Avenue Cars pass the Door. 
WHOLESALE AND ESLAIL 

J ttvuitu vt 'gliimif Jictuitv, 

141 BOlTfTBRY, 

Bet. Grand and Broome Sts., NEW YORK. 



PARLOR SUITES FROM $40 TO $800. 

Cliamlber Suites from $25 to $600. 

SPRING BEDS AND MATTRESSES OF OUR 
OWN MANUFACTURING. 

All bills of $50 and over Retail at "Wholesale Prices. 



NEW YORK & HARLEM R. R. 

42d street and 4th AVENUE. 

Departure of Trains. 

Mail train 8.30 A. m., White Plains 9.28, Kensioo 9.36, Pleasant- 
\ille 9.51, Mt. Kisco 10.09, Bedford 10.17, Croton Falls 10.46, Paw- 
ling 11.36, Chatham 2 p. M. 

Express train 10.40 a. m., White Plains 11.3-5, PleasantviUe 11.53. 
Mt. Kisco 12.08 p. M., Bedford 12.14, Croton Falls 12.36, Pawling 
1.22, Chatham 3.30 p. m. 

Express train 3.50 p. m., White Plains 4.49, Kensico 4.56. Plcag- 
anlville 5.10, Mt. Kisco 5.27, Bedford 6.33, Croton Falls 5.58, Paw- 
ling 6.48, Chatham 9.20 p. m. 

TFAin leaves for Weet Mt. Vorjon, Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Soars- 
dale. White Plains, Kensioo, Mt. Kisco, Bedford, Croton Falls and 
Pawlmg, at 5.05 p. m. 

Trains leave for Harlem, Mott Hav3n, Melrose, Morrisania, Tre- 
mont, Fordbam, William's Bridge, Woodlawu, West Mt. Vernon, 
Uronxville, Tuckahoe, Searsdale, Hartsdale and White Plains, ai 
6 10, 6.50, 7.15, 9.30 a. m., and 2.30, 5.45, 6.50 p. m. 

Trains leave for Harlem, Mott Haven, MeU-ose, Morrisania, Tre- 
mont, Fordhamand William's Bridge, at 10.15,11.40 A. m., and 1.05, 
4.06, 6.15, 5.45, 7.30, 8.40, 11.45 p. M. For Woodlawn 11.40 a. m. 

Special train leaves Siturday at 3.35 p. m. for Lake Mahopac. 

Sunday train leaves for Dover and way stations at 9.15 a. m. 

Arrival of Trains. 

Express train leaves Chatham 6 a. m., Pawling 8.38, Croton Falls 
9.18, Bedford 9.41, PieasaDtvilie 10.06, White Plains 10.10, arrives 
in New York 11 a. m. 

Mail train leaves Chatham 12.30 p, m., Pawling 3.25, Croton Falls 
4.05, Bedford 4.30, Pleasantville 4.54, White Plains 5.18, arriv.^s 
at New York 6.25 p. m. 

Express train leav?? Chatham 4 p. m., Pawling 6.38, Troton Falls 
7.17, Mt. Kisco 7.45, Pleasantville 7.58, White Plains 8.15, arrives 
at New York 9 p. m. 

Train arrives from West Mt. Vernon, Bronxville, Tuckahoe. Pcar.«'- 
(lale, White Plains, Kensico, Mt. Kisco, Bedford, Croton Falls and 
Pawling, at 9.05 a. m. 

Trains arrive from Harlem. Mott Hav?n, Melrose, Morrisania, Tre- 
mont, Fordbam, William's Bridge, Woodlawu, West Mt. Vernoi;, 
Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Searsdale, HartsOale and White Plains, at 
7.25, 8.30, 10.20 A. m., and 1.25. 3, 5.30 p. M. 

Trains arrive from Harlem, Mott Haven, Melrose, Morrisania, 
Tremont, Fordbam and William's Bridge, at 6.15, 8.55, 9.35 a. m., 
a^d 12, 4.10, 6.15. 7, 10.40 p. m. 

Special train arrives Monday at 9.40 a. m. from T,ak9 Mahopac. 

Sunday train from Dover and way stations arrives at 8 p. m. 




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SHJBT MAKES. 

FINE DRESS A^ Boys' Shirts 

TO ORDER 



BMIETS 

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IMPORTEH OF 

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PARIS and LONDON- 
NO VELTIES IN NECK DRESS. 

Fins Underwear and Half Hose, Gloves, etc. 
VIS E^roadv^a^y, 

COR, WASHINGTON PLACE, NEW YORK. 



The Manufacturing Department under the 
supervision of GEORGE MYERS, late with 
A. W. W. Miller, of Fifth Avenue. 



NEW YORK & NEW HAVEN R. R. 

42d street and 4ra AVENUE. 

DeparCare of Trains. 

Express train leaves 8.05 a. m., Stamford 9.22, South Noi-walk 
9»42, Bruige:)ort 10.14, New Haven 10.49 p. m. 
Express train leaves 10.03 a. m., Bridgeport 11.52, Now Havoii 

12.24 p.m. 

Express train leaves 1 p. m., Stamford 2.09, South Norwalk 2.27, 
Bridgeport 2.58, xYew Hiven 3.32 p. si. 

Express train leaves 3 p. m., Bridgeport 4.58, New Ha von 5.33 

P. M- 

Express train leaves *9 10 p. m. , Mount Vernon 9 45. Mamiron ?c!i 
9.69, Rye 10.07, Stamford 10.30, South Norwalk 10.48, Bridgopo.t 
11.20, New Haven 11.55. 

Mail train leaves 8.10 p.m., New Rochalle 8.53, Mvmxronv^clc 
9. Portchester 9.11, Stamford 9 32, South Norwalk 9.51, Bridgeport 
10.30, New Haven 1110. 

Trains leave for William's Bridge, Mt. Vernon, Pelhauivill.-, 
Larchmont, Harrison, New Rochelle, Marairoueck. Rye. Portch.-s- 
ter Greenwich, Cos Cub and Stamford, at 7.10, 9 05, 10.10,12 a..m., 
ani 2.23, 3.55, 4.45, 5 40, 6.35, 7.20 p m. 

Trains leave for Portchester, Stamford and South No.- vv ilk at 
3.15, 5.10 8.10 p. M. 

Train leaves for Stamford and Now Haven, stepping at po.uts 
between at 4.38 p. m, 

Si)ecial train leaves for Portchester stopping at all slatio is ex.:e;.t 
William's Biidge at 11.40 p. m. 

The 8.10 Mail train leaves Sunday nights at 7.08. 

Arrival of Trains. 

Express train leaves New Haven 1.55 p. m., Bridgjp > t 2 34, 
South Norwalk 3.04, Stamford 3.25, arrives at New York 4.3S p..m. 

Express train leaves New Haven 4.45 p.m., Rridg^'ii^t 5 2;j, 
South Norwalk 5.51, St^^mford 6.10, arrives at New York 7.24 p. m. 

Express train leaves New Haven 8.30 p.m., Bridg-ijort 9.o5, 
South Norwalk 9.37, Stamford 9.56, New Rochelle 10.29, arnvi.-s 
at New Y'ork 11.12 p. m. 

Mail train leaves New Haven 2.40 a. m , Bridgeport 8.16 South 
Norwalk 3.47, Stamford 4,08, arrives at New York 5.25 p. .m. 

Express train leaves New Haven *3.10 a. m., Bridgeport 3.45. 
South Norwalk 4.14, Stamford 4.33, arrives at New York 5.45 a .m. 

Tnins arrive from William's Bridge, Mt. Vernon, PelhamvilL', 
Larchmont, Harrison, New Rochelle, Mamaroneck. Rye, P.irtchctJ- 
te-, Greenwich, Co^ Coo and Stamford.at 6.2S, 7.52, 8.40, 8.57, 9.45, 

11.25 A. M., and 1.T2, 3.12, 6, 6.47. 8.24 p. m. 

Special train arrives from Portchester and way stations at 7.08 

A.M. 

Mall train leaves New Haven on Sunday at 2.30 a. m., arrivmg 
at New York at 5.22 a. m. 
Sunday Express train arrives from Boston at 5.22 a. m. 




Patd. July 25, 1871, 

Is the result of the conhtapt eflforts and practical ex- 
perience of Mr. J. H. Whitney f r the past twenty 
years, 

I he old original Weed Machine which was formerly 
so popular, and which received the highest prf mium 
at the Paris Exposition in 1867, was the joiut inven- 
tion of Mr. J. H, Whitney and Mr. T. E. Weed, in 
1853. They were partners in business until 1855, 
when Mr. Weed died; since then, Mr. Whitney has 
made 

VALUABLE L>IPROVEMEI\TS, 

and has recently patented and brought out a Machine 
of such 

UNEQUALED SIMPLICITY, 

Durability and Perfect Sewing Qualities, that it has 
superseded the old Weed Machine, and is a 

COMPLETE TRIUMPH 

over all others. 

(OVER.) 



ERIE RAILWAY, 

FOOT OF CHAMBERS ST. 

]>epai*cnre of Trains. 

Ebcpress Trafn leaves New York at 9 a. m., Inrners 10.50, Port 
Jervis 12.10 p. m., Biughiamtoa 4.44, Horueilsville 8.50, Dunkirk 
1.50 A. M. 

11 A. M. , Turtiei's 1.35 p. m., Port Jervie 3.40, Binghamton 9.35, 
HernellsviUe 3, Dunkirk 8. 

*7 P. M.— Paierson 8.02, Port Jervis 10.40, Ditighamton 3.40 a. m. , 
Horueilsville 8, Dunkirk 12.60 p. M. 

Trail's leave for Rutherford Park, Passaic and Paterson, at 6,45, 
8.00, 10, 11 A. M., and 12, *1.46, 4, 5.15, 6, 6.30, 8, 10.30, *11.30 p. u. 

Trains leave for Paterson, Ridgewood, Hohokus, Allendale, Ram- 
sey and Sufferu, at 8, 11 a. m , and 3.45. 5, 6, 7, *11.30 p. m. 

Trains leave for Passaic Bridge, Clifton and Lake View, at 6.45, 
10 A. M., and *1.45, 4, 6, 6.30, 8, 10.30 p. m. 

For Hawthorne at 8 a. m. , and 3.45, 5. 6 p. M, 

Trains leave for Passaic Bridge and Lake View at 5.15 p. m. 

Extra Sdnday Tracts. — For lurners at 8.30 a. m., stopping at all 
stations ; for Port Jervis and way statiun^i at 6,30 p. 5L 



Arriral of Trains. 

Fxpress Train leaves Dunkirk 3.25 a. m., Hornellsvillo 8.25, 
Biugliampton 12.07 p. M., Port Jarvis 4,30, Turners 8.16, arrive at 
New York at 7.25 f. m. 

Leave Dunkirk 1.15 p. M., Hornellsville 6.05 A. M.. Binghimton 
10.10, Port Jervis 3 p. m., Paterson 5.60, arrive at New York at 

T A. M. 

Leave Niagara Falls 5.45 p. m., Hornellsville 10.30, Port Jervis 
7.15 A. M. , Paterson 9.55, arrive in New York 10.40 a. m. 

Traitis arrive from Rutherford Park, Passaic and Paterson at 
6.65, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55, 9.10 10.25, a. m., and 12.55, 2.65, 4.40, *4.55, 
6.10, 7.40, 9.25, 10.25 p. M. 

Trains arrive from Paterson, Ridgewood, Hohokus, Allendale, 
Bamaey and SuCfern, at 7.55, 8.55, 9.10, 10.40 a, m., and 4.55, 9.25 

F. M. 

Trains arrive from Passaic Bridge, Clifton and Lake View, at 6M, 
8.25, 10.26 A. M.3 and 12.55, 4.40, 6.10, 10.25 P. m. 

Traius arrive from Passaic Bridge and LtVkeView,at 7.55 and 
7.40 P. M. 

Extra Sunday Trains. — From Turners and way Stations at 7.26 
p. M.; from Paterson and way statiofls at 9.55 a. m. 



It makes tlie Elastic Lock Stitch alike on both 
sides. It uses a straight needle, which occupies pre- 
cisely the same distance from the shuttle without ad- 
justing, whether coarse or fine, and is so protected 
that the shuttle cannot strike it. It has a positive 
four motion feed in one piece, without the use of 
springs. It runs so easy that a single thread of No. 8 
cotton can be used for a belt. 

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complaints, rheumatism, dyspepsia, and liver com- 
plaints, cancer, scrofula, and all diseases originating 
in an impure state ol the blood. Send for book, 

HEKx^lON CONAl^T & CO., 

30 BROAD^VAY, N. V. 



ERIE RAILWAY.— (Continued.) 

IIACKEIVSACK ISKANCIS. 

Trains leave for Carlstadt, Woodridge, Hackensack, River FAga, 
New Miford, Oraudcll, Westwwd and Hillsdale, at 6.55, 7.55, 9.25 
A. M , and 12.25, 4.55, 6.10, nLlO p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 5.45, 8.15, 8.46 a. m., and 1, 
3, 5, 6 p. M. 

Trains leave for Park Ridge, Pearl River, Nanuet and Spring Val- 
ley, at 7.55, 8.40 a. m., and 12,25, 4.55, 11.10 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 5.45, 8.15, 8.45 a. m., and 
1, 4, 6 p. M. 

Train leaves for Hackensack, Wcstwood and Hillsdale, and Spring 
Valley at 8.40 a. m. 

Train arrive? from above places at 4 p. m. 

Extra trains leave on S^inday at 12.15 A. m. and 7.40 p. m. 
* denotes trains run daily. 

NEIVARK BRANCH. 

Trains leave for Newark, Woodside. Belleville, Avondale, High- 
land, Centreville and Paterson, at 7.15, *8.45 a.m., and 5.15,6.30 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.25, 8.55, 10,25, 11.40 a. m. 

Trains leave for Newark at 6, 11. 30 A, m. 

Trains arrive from Newark at 2 40, il.55 p, m. 

Kxtra Sunday train leaves for above places at 6 SO p. m. 

Extra Sunday train arrives from above places at 6.25 p. m. 

Theatre train lor above places leaves Wednesday nights at 11.30 

p. M. 



NORTHERN R. R. OF N. J. 

FOOT OF CHAMBERS STREET. 

Trains leave for Tyler Park, Homestead, New Durham, Grantor, 
Fairview, RKigefleld, Leonia, Euglewood, Highland, T>'m'fly,Creskil!, 
Demarest, Clcster, Norwood, Tappan, SparkiM, Piermont and Ny- 
ack, at 8, 9.30 A. m., and 130, 3.15, 5.30, 6.30 p. m. 

Trams arrive from above places at 7.40, 10.40 a. m. , and 1,10, 
6.10, 7,25 p. M. 

Trains leave for Orangeburgh, Nanuet, Spring Valley and Tail- 
mans, at 5, 9.30 A. M., and 4.45 P. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 9.10 a. m. and 4.40 p. m. 

Trains leave for Ridgewood, Leonia, Englowood, Tonally, Creskill, 
De mares t and Closter, at 5 a. m,, and 4.15, 7.45 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.40, 9.40 a, m., and 4.40, 
11 30 p. M. 

Extra train leaves for Englewood, Tenafly, Closter, Sparkill, Pier- 
mont and Nyack, at 4.45 p. m. 

Extra train arrives from above places at 9.10 a. m. 

Sunday trains for Nyack and way stations leave Jersey City at 
9.15 A.M. and 8 p. m, 

Saday trains from Nyack and way stations arrive at 8,40 a, m. 
and 7.40 p. m. 

Theatre train (Saturday nights) for Nyack and way stations 
leaves Jersey City at 12 m. 



BEIDICT BROTHIi, 

No. 675 BROADWAY, 

NEW YORK. 

We Send Watches by Express, C. 0. D., to all parts of 
the country, with the privilege to ex- 
amine before paying. 

Price List of 

"Benedict Time Watches." 

Gents' Size in Solid Gold or Coin Silver Cases only. 

Quality of the Case. 
CoiQ ' 14 kt. ISkt. 
No. Silver, <iold. Gold, 

24 — 2 0£. Hunting Case, Ovington Benedict 

Lever Movement, Extra Jeweled, 

Chronometer Balance $30 00 $80 00 $90 00 

25,-2 oz. Hunting Case, Samuel W. Benedict 

Lever Movement, Extra Jeweled, 

Adjusted Chronometer Balance 45 00 05 00 105 00 

26,— Hunting Case, 16 size, Extra Jeweled, 

Chronometer Balance 60 00 110 00 120 00 

27 Same as No. 26, Adjusted 85 00 135 00 145 00 

28.— Same as No. 27, Stem Winder 110 00 160 00 170 0« 

29. — Hunting Case, Nickel Movement, Exira 

^:-^,< Jeweled 75 00 125 00 135 00 

30. — Same as No, 29, with Chronometer 

Balance 80 00 130 00 140 00 

31.— Same as No. 30, Stem Winder 100 00 160 00 160 00 

82. — Same as No. 31, but Adjusted to Heat, 

Cold, and Positions 150 00 200 00 210 00 

^ N. B." — In the Benedicts' Time Watches an effort is made to com- 
biue Durability with the greatest Accuracy of Time-Keeping, with- 
out sacriflcing elegance in general appearance, by the use of select 
material, and application of the most approved principles In their 
construction, and we confidently recommend them tothoae who be 
lieve the truest economy to be that outlay which secures the 
Greatest Ultimate satisfactian. 



CE.VrRAIi R. R. OF NEW JERSEY. 

FOOT OF LIBI-IlTy STREET. 

Trains leave for Elizabeth, Westfield, Plainflald, Bound Brook. 
Somerviile, Annanilale, Bl^omsbury and Easton, at 7, 9 a. m., una 
12.50, 2.30, 4, 6,30, 7,30 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 11.22 a. m., and 12.35, 3.50, 
7.07,9.45 p. M. 

Trains leave for Bsrgen Point and Elizabethport at 7 a. m, and 
2.30 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above placos at 11.22 a. m. 

Trains leave for Elizabeth, Rcselle, Crawford, Westfield, Fanwood, 
Plainfl3ld, Dannellen, Bouad Brnok and Somarville, at 6, 7, 10.15, 
A. .M., and 12, 2.30, 4, 4.30, 5, 6, 6.45 v. m. 

Trains arrive from the above phioes at 7 45, 8 07. 8.35, 9.05, 9.35, 
10.20, 11.22 A. M., and 12.35, 2.40, 5.40, 7.07, 8.15, 9.45 v. m., and 

1.40 A M. 

Trains leave for Bergen Point, Elizxbethport, Elizabeth, Roselle. 
Crawford, Westfi^d, Fanwool and Plaiafield, at 6, 10.15, a. m., and 
12, 2.30, 3.15, 5, 5.15, 6, 6.45, 9, 11 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.05, 7.45, 8.07, 11.22 a. m., 
and 2.40, 5.40, 8.15, 11.60 p. m., and 1.40 a. m. 

Trains leave for Commanijmw, Greenville, Parampo, Bayonne, 
Centreville, Bergen Point, Elizabethport and Elizabeth, at 6, 6.40, 

7.15, 8, 8.45, 9 30, 10.15, 11. 11.45 a m , and 1, 2, 3, 3.45, 4.15, 4.45, 

5.16, 5.45, 6.20, 7.15, 8.10, 9, 10, 11, 12 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 6.30, 7.05, 7.45, 8.27, 8.55, 
9.25, 10.05, 10.50, 11.50 a. m., and 12.55, 2.05, 3.05, 3.50, 4.35, 5.20, 
5.55, 6.25, 7,35, 8.15, 9.10, 10;45. 11.50 p. m 

Tram leaves for Communipiw, Claremout, Greenville, Parampo, 
Bayonne, Centreville and Bergen P.unt, at 5.30 v. m. 

train arrives from above places ;it 6.55 p. m. 

Trains leave for Oaremnni at 6. 6.40, 7.15, 8, 9.30, 11, 11.45 a. m., 
and 1, 2, 3, 3.45, 4.15, 4.45, 5.30. 6.20, 7.15, 8.10. 10, 12 p. m. 

Trains arrive from Claremout at 6,30. 7.05, 8.27, 8.55, 9.25, 10.05, 
10.50, 11.60 A. M., and 12.55, 2 05, 3.05, 4.35, 5.20, 6.55, 7.36, 10 45 
p. M. 



BROOKLYN CENTRAL RA LROAD, 

DEPOT— F^VST NEW YORK. 

Trains leave for Cypress Ave.. Adamsville, Union Course, Wood- 
haven, Clarenceville and Jamaica, at 8, 10 a. m., and 3.53, 6.30, 
6.35 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above pUccs at 7.55 a. m., and 2.62, 4.52, 
6.22 p. M. 

Sunday trains leave for above placos, at 9 a. m., and 12.35. 7 
p. M. Sunday jtr.iins arrive from above places, at 8.18, 11.6.i a. m. , 
and 5.46 p. m. 



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MORRIS AND ESSEX R. R. 

FOOT OF BARCLAY STREET. 
]>epartnre of Trains. 

Ex. Tiaiii 7.15 A. M Newark 7.55, Orange 8.07, So. Orauge 8.14, 
Milll)urn 8.23, Snmmit 8.83, Kaston 11. ao. 

Ex. Tniiii 12 M., Newark 12.35 p.m. Easton 3.50. 

Kx. Train 3.20 p.m., Newark 4, Millburn 4.25, Summit 4.34, 
Easton 7. :3a 

Trains leave for Newark, East Orange, Brick Church, Orange, So. 
Orani,'e, Montrose, Millburn, and Summit at 7.30, 9.10, 10.10,11 
A.M, and 2.30, 4.30, 6, 6.50, 8.30 p.m. 

Traio.s leave for Newark, East Orange, Brick Church, Orange, 
Montrose, and So. Orange at 9.40 a.m., 1.10, 3.50, 4.50, 6.30, 10, 

12 P.M. 

Trains leave for RoseviUe at 7.30, 9.10, 9.40, 10.10, 11 a.m., and 
1.10, 4.30, 4.50, 6, 6.50, 8.30, 10, and 12 p.m. 

Arrival of Traias. 

Ex. Train leaves Easton 7.10 a.m., Newark 10.02, arrive at New 
York 10.40 a.m. 

Ex. Train leaves Easton 1.05 P.M., Summit 8.50, Millburn 3.59, 
So. Orange 4.07, Orauge 4.13, Newark 4.25, arrive at New York 
5.05 P.M. 

Ex. Train leaves Easton 6.40 p.m., Summit 9.30, Millburn 9.40. 
So. Orange 9.50, Orange 9.58, Newark 10.12, arrive at New York 
10.55 P.M. 

Trains arrive from Newark, East Orange, Brick Church, Orange, 
So. Orange, Montrose, Millburn, and Summit at 7.40, 8.10, 8.40, 
9.25, 10.05, 11.05 A.M., and 1.30, 3.25, 5.05, 6.35, 8, 11.40 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Newark, East Orange, Brick Church, Orange, 
Montrose, and So. Orange at 7, 9.05 a.m., 12.45, 3.56, 5.25, 7.05, 
8,30 P.M. 

Trains arrive fi-om Rosevilleat 7, 7.40, 8.40, 11.05 a.m., and 12.45, 
1.30, 3.25,3.55, 5.25, 7.05, 8.30, 11.40 p.m. 

NEWARK AND BLOOIVIFlEIil) BRANCH. 

Trains leave for Newark, Roseville, Watsessing, Bloomfield, Ridge- 
wood, and Montclair at 7.50, 8.50, 10.40 A.M., and 2, 3.40, 4.40, 
5.20, 6.20, 9 p.m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7 . 35, 8.15, 9.15,10.16, 11.35 
A.M., and 2.35, 4.25, 6.05, 7.05, 7.55, 11.40 p.m. 

BOONTON BRANCH. 

Trains leave for Paterson and Boonton at 8.10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 
Trains arrive from above places at 4 and 9.05 P.M. 
Trains leave for Kingsland, Rutherford Park, Delawanna, Passaic, 
Cliftun, Paterson, and West Paterson at 7, 10 a.m., and 4.40, 6.10 

P.M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.05, 8.58 a.m., and 3.15, 5.10 

P.M. 

Trains leave for Little Falls, Mountain View, Lincoln Park, White- 
b»ll, Montville, and Boonton at 7 a.m. and 4.40 P.M. 
Trains amv* from abpye places at 8.53 a.m. and 5.10 P. at 



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NEWARK & NEW YORK R. R. 

FOOT OF LIBERir STREET. 

Trains leave for Bergen an4 Newark at 6, 6.40, 7.15, 7.40, 8.15, 
8.45, 9.15, 9.46, 11 a. m., and 12, 1, 2, 3, 8.30, 4, 4.30, 6, 5.80, 5.45, 
6, 6.45, 7.15, 8.10, 9, 10, 11, 12 p. M. 

Trains arrive from Newark and Bergen at 6.50, 7.20, 7.45, 8.07, 
8.27, 8.55. 9.25, 9.35, 10 05, 10.50, 11.22 a. m., and 12.55, 1.50, 
2.40, 3.20, 4.20, 4.50, 5.20, 5.65, 6.25, 6.55, 8, 8.50, 9.45, 10 45, 
11.50 p. ai., and 12.30 a. m. 



STATEN ISLAND RAILWAY. 

FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. 

Trains leave for Vanderbilt Landing, Garretson's, New Dorp,Goart 
House, Gifford'a, Eltingville, Anuadale, Huguenot, Prince's Bay, 
Pleasant Plains, Richmond Valley, Tottenville and Perth Amboy, at 
6, 7, 9, 11 A. M., and 1, 4, 5, 6, 7"p. M. 

Arrive from above places at 7.45, 8.45, 9.45, 10.45 A. M., and 
1.45, 4.45, 5.45, 7 45, 8.45 p. M. 

Sundays — Leave at 7, 9, 11 a. M., and 1, 4, 6 p. m. Returning, 
leave Tottenville at the same hours. 



FLUSHING & NORTH SIDE R. R. 

FOOT OF EAST 34th STREET. 

Trains leave for Flu.shing, College Point and Whitestone, at 0.15, 
6.45, 7 4&, 8.18, 8.50. 9,15, 10.50, 11.45 A. M., and 1.15, 2.15, 3.45, 
4.15, 4.45, 5.15, 5.45, 615, 7.15, 8.50, 10.40, 12 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 6.41, 7 40, 8.10, 8.42, 9.11, 9.40, 
10.10. 10.40, 11.40 a. m., and 1.40, 2.41, 3.40, 4.42, 5.43, 6.33, 7.35, 
9.00, 11.02 p. M., and 12.25 a. m. 

Trains leave for Flushing, Bay Side, Little Neck and Great Neck, 
at 6.46, 8.50, 10.50 a. m., and 1.15, 4.15, 6.15 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.40, 9.11,11-40 a.m., and 

1.40, 8.40, 6.33 P. M. 

Trains leave for Hinsdale, Garden City and Hempstead, at 6.15, 
9.15, 11.45 A. M., and 2.15, 4.45 p. M. 
Trains arrive from above places at 8.10, 10.10 a. m., and 12.11, 

2.41, 5.43 p. M. 

Trains leave for Craedmoor, Hinsdale and Hempstead, at 3.45, 
6.15 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.42 a. m. and 7.35 p. sr. 

Trains leave for Woodside, Winfield, Newtown and West Flush- 
ing, at 2.15. 4.15, 5.15. 6.15, 7.15, 12 P. M. 

Arrive from above places at 6.10, 6.41 a. 5L 

Trains leave for Woodside and Newtown at 6.15, 8.40, 10.50 a. m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8 10, 10.40 a. a., and 1,40,3.40, 
5.43, 7.85 p. u 

Train* leave for Winfield and West Flushing at 6.45, 8.18, 9.15, 

11.45 A. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.40, 9.11, 11-40 A. it., and 
2.41, 4.42, 9.09 p. M. 

Train l^avea for Winfield aad Newtown at 7.45 A, M. 

Train arrives from above places at 11. 40 a. m. 

SoNBAT Tbainb.— Trains leave for Winfield , Fla-ihlng, College 
Point and Wkitestone, at 9.45 A. M., and 12.45, 3.45, 5.46 P. M. 

Trains arrive from above placea at 9.65, 11.56 A, M., 3.55, 5.65 F.it 




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LONG ISLAND RAILROAD, 

FOOT or 34th street, E. R. 

Trains leave for Jamaica, Mineola, Hicksvllle, Jerusalem, Farm- 
ingdaie, Daer Park, Brentwood and Riverhead, ut 7.i5 a. m. and 
3.45 p. ii. 

Traius arrive from above places at 10.10 A. M. and 3.10 r. M. 

Trains leave for Jamaica, Rockawajs Quoen.s, Mineola, Westbury 
and Hicksviilo, at 7.45, 9.45 a. m., and 5,15, 6.15 p. m. 

Traint. arrive from above places at 8.10, 9.10, 10.10 a. m., and 
6.05, 8.10 p. M. 

Traius le.ive for Woodside, Winfleld and Flyde Park, at 7.45,9.45 
A M., and 6.15 p. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.10 a. m., and 6.05, 8.10 p, m. . 

Trains leave for Hempstead, Roslyn, Gleu Cove and Locust Val- 
ley, at 9.45 A. M., and 3.45, 5.15, 6.15 p. M. 

Additional train leaves lor Hempstead at 7.45 A. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.10, 9.10 a, m,, and 6.06, 
8.10 P.M. 

Additional train leaves for Winfield and .Tamaica at 12.15 p. m. 

Additional train from above places arrives at 12.10 p. m. 

Sunday traius for Woodside, Winfield, Jamaica, Kockaway, 
Queens, Hyde Park, Mineola, Westbury, Hicks ville, Roslyn, Glen 
Cuve and Locust Valley, at 9.15 a. m. and 6.45 p. m. 

Sunday trains arrive from above places at 6.05 p. m. 

Additional Sunday traius leave for Rockaway at 9.15 a. m., and 
12.15, 7.15 p. M. 

Additional Sunday trains arrive from Rockaway at 9.10 a. m. 
and 12.10, 7.10 P.m. 

SOUTH-SIDE R. R. OY LONG ISLAND, 

GRAND AND ROOSEVELT FERRY. 

Trains leave for Bellemore, Ridgewood, South Oyster Bay, Aml- 
tyville, Breslau, Babylon, Bay Shore, Islip, Oakdale, Bayport, and 
Patchogue, at 81.0 a. m., and 3.40, 4.40 p. m. 

Trains arrive from above places atS, 10 A. m. , and 6 06 p. m. 

Trains leave for Bellemore, Ridgewood, South Oyster Bay, Amity- 
ville, Breslau and Babylon, at 9.40 a. m., and 12.40, 5.40 p. m. 

Traius arrive from above places at 8 05 a, m., and 3 50, 8.15 P. M. 

Traius leave for Bushwick Ave , Glendale, Kichmoad Hill, Berlin, 
Jamaica, Springfield, Valley Stream, Pearsall's Corners, Rockviile 
Centre, Baldwins, Freeport and Merrick, at 8.10,9.40 a, m., and 
12.40. 4.40, 5.40, 6.40 p, m. 

Trains arrive from above places at 6.46, 8.05, 9 a. m., and 3.50, 
6.06, 8.15 p. m. 

Train leaves for Hempstead (via Valley Stream) at 5.10 P. M. 

Train arrives from Hempstead at 8.36 a. m. 

Sunday train leaves from Bushwick Ave., for all stations, at 9.45 
A. m. Sunday train arrives at Bushwick Ave. at 6.25 p. M. 

Trains leave Valley Stream for Ocean Point and Rockaway, at 
9.27, 10.57 A. M., and 4.53, 5.57, 658 P. m. 

Trains arrive at Valley Stream from above places, at 5.23, 6 43, 
7.43, 8,50 A, M., and 2.25, 4.45, 6.50 P, M. 



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in time to connect with railroad trains West, North, and East. 
Returning, leave the steamboat landing at Albany at 7 o'clock 
r. M., or on the arrival of connecting trains from the West 
and North. Through tickets can be obtained at the OFFICE 
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HUDSON RIVER 

BY 

JD J^IT L I C3-HE T. 

Alb&aj and New York Day Line of Steain1)0its. 

0. VIBBARD and DANIEL DEEW, If 

From ahont June 1st to October 15th, 

Leave New York every morning from Vestry St. Pier and .34tli ,, 
St., landing at Yonkers, (Tarrytown and Nyack by Ferry-boat,) 
Oozzens', West Poi;it, N'ewburg, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck, Catskill. 
an-l Hudson, affording the best mode of enjoying the unsurpassed 
scenery, and of reaching the "Overlook" and ''Catskill'' Mountain 
Hous&s, Lebanon Springs, via Hudson, Sharon Sp.'"ings, by SD3Cifil 
tiain via Susquehanna R'y (all rail from Albany), Saratoga Springs, 
and all points North and West. 

Leave Albany every morning on arrival of trains from Saratoga 
and the North, and from Sharon, etc. 

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N. Y. MIDLAND R. R., 

FOOT DESBR0SSK3 ST. 
Departure of Trains. 

SlAiL TiiAiN 9.10 A.M , New Durham 9.56, Hackensack 10.19, May- 
wood 10.24, Fatersou 10.40, Hawthorne 10.47, W'orteudyke 11 .02, 
Campgaw 11.16, Oakland 11.22, Ponipton 11. 1 9, Bloomingdalo 11.34, 
Ellenville, 3.35 P. M., Liberty Falls 4.30 p. M. 

ETx. Trai.v 3.30 p. m., Hackensack 4.31, Rochelle 4.36, Pater.son 
4.46, Hawthorne 4.50, Poinpton 5.20, Ellenville 9.17 P. M. 

Trains leave for New Durham, Ridgefield Park, Bogota, Hacken- 
sack, Maywood, Rochelle, Dundee Lake, Market street, Paterson, 
Riverside, Hawthorue, Worteudyke, Cainpgaw, Cry.stal Lake, Oak- 
land, Ponipton, Bloomingdale, and West Bloomingdale at 7.00, 
10.50 A. M., and 4.30, 5.30 p. M. 

Trains leave for New Durham. Ridgefield Park, Bogota, Hacken- 
sack, Maywood, Rochelle, Dundee Lake, Market street, Patereon, 
Riverside, Hawthorne, and Wortendyde at 1.00 and 6.20 P. M. 

Train leaves for New Durham, Ridgefield Park, Bogota, Hacken- 
sack, Maywood, Rochelle, Dundee Lake, Market street, Paterson, 
Riverside, and Hawthorne at 11. oO p. m. 

Arrival of Trains. 

Ex. Traix leaves Ellenville at 7.42 a. m., Pompton 11.02. Worten- 
dyke 11.23, Paterson HI. 38, Hackensack 11.56, arrive at New York 
12.50 p.m. 

Mail Train leaves Liberty Falls at 1.25 p.m., Ellenville 2.15, 
Bloomingdale 6 09, Pompton 6.20, Oakland 6 28, Campgaw 6.38, 
Wortendyke 6.55^ Hawthorne 7.08, Paterson 7.15, Rochelle 7.27, 
Maywood 7.30, Hackensack 7.85, New Durham 8.00, arrives at New 
York 8.35 p.m. 

Trains arrive from New Durham, Ridgefield Paik, Hackensack, 
Maywood, Rochelle, Dunde« Lake, Market street, Paterson, Haw- 
thorne, Wortendyke, Campgaw, Crystal Lake, Oakland, Pompton, 
Bloomingdale, and West Bloomingdale at 9.10, 10.30 a.m., and 4.10 

Train arrives from New Durham, Hackensack, Maywood, Pater- 
son, Wortendyke, Campgaw, Oakland, Pompton, and Bloomingdale 
at 12 50 A.M. 

Trains arrive from New Durham, Ridgefield Park, Bogota, Hack- 
ensack, Maywood, Rochelle, Dundee Lake, Market street, Paterson, 
Riverside, Hawthorne, and Wortendyke at 8.00 a.m., and 5.40 P.M. 

Trains arrive from New Durham, Ridgefield Park, Bogota, Hack- 
ensack, Maywood, Rochelle, Dundee Lake, Market street, Paterson, 
at6.c5A.aL 

ICIONTCr.AlR DIVI8IOIV. 

Trains leave for West End, Arlington, Newark, Montgomery, 
Bloom field, Montclair, Ridge Road, Little Falls, Lingac, Mountain 
View, Pequannock. Pompton Plains, Riverdale, and Pompton at 9. 10 
A. M., and 3.30, 4.30 P. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 8.27, 9.10 A, M., and 4.10 P. M. 

Trains leave for West End, Arlington, Newark, Montgomery, 
Bloomfleld, and Montclair at 7.40 a. m,, and 5.30 and 6.20 P. M. 

Trains arrive from above places at 7.30, 10.04 A. M., and 8.35 p.sr. 

Trains leave for Chestnut Hill at 9.10 a.m., and 5.30 and 6.20 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Chestnut Hill at 7.30, 8.27, 10.04 A. M., and 
8.35 P. M. 



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PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 

FOOT OF DESBROSSES AND CORTLANDT STS. 
1>epavtiire of Trains. 

Southern Exp. 9 a. m., Newark 9.26, New Brunswick 10.17, Tren- 
ton 11.01, Philadelphia 12.15 p. m., Baltimore 4.26, Washington 
5.P5P. M, 

Wkstehn Exp. 9.30 A. m., Newark lO.ni, Elizabeth 10.13, Rah^ay 
10.25, New Brunswick 10.52, Treiitou 11.43, Philac.elpijia 12.40 p. m.\ 
Harri.sburg 5, Pittsburg 1.35 a. m. 

SouTHLRX Exp. 1 p. m., Newark 1.2C. New Brunswick 2 12, Tren- 
ton 2 52, Phiiadclphia 4. Baltimore 8.35, Wj^fhington 9.55 p. m. 

Westekn Exp. *5 p. m. , Newark 5.2S, Nt'w Brunswick O.'^l. Tien- 
ton 7.08, Philadelphia 8.10, Harrisbiug 12.20 a m. , Piitsburg, 8.40 

A. M. 

Western Exp. * 7 p. m., Newark 7.27. Trenton 9.09, Philadelphia 
10.10, Harrisburg 2.30 a. m., Pittsburg V2.4fl p. m. 

Western Exp, *8.30 p.m., Nvwark 8.59, New Br<uiswick 9 52, 
Trenton 10.37, Philadelphia 11.40, Harrisburg 4 A. m. Fitteburg 
1.10 p. M. 

i-'ournERN Exp. *9 p. m.. Newark 9 32, New Brunswick 10 24, Tren- 
ton 11.15, Philadelphia 12.40 a. m,, B..llimore 6.20, Washington, 
6.30 A. M. 

Westekx Exp. 12 p.m , Newiirk 12.33 .^.M., New Brunswick 1.48, 
T.-euton 3.05, Pbilad.'lphi.i 7.30. Niagara Fal:s 1.10 a. m. 

-Trains leuve for Ne.wark, New Brnnswick, Monmo'.ah Junction, 
Trenton and Philadelphia, at 7, 8 A. m., and 12,30, 2, 3, 4, 5, *6, 12 
p. M. 

Trains leave for Elizabeth and Rahway at 7, 8 a. m., and 12.30, 
2. 3,4,6, 12 p. M. 

Trains leave lor Newark, Elizabeth, Rahway. Uiiiontown, Me- 
tuchen and New Brunswick, at 7, 10 a. m., 12, 1,"2, 3, 4,10, 6 20, »6, 
12 p. M. 

Trains leave for Newark, Elizabeth and Rahway, at 6. 6.30, 8.10 
A, M., and 2, 2.30, 3.20, 3.40, 4 CO, 5.30, 5,50, 6,30,7,30,8.10, 10 P. M, 

Tiains leave lor Manon, Waverlr , North Elizabeth and South 
Eliz ibeth, at 6, 7 a, m., and 2.30, .3.20, 4.30, 6.10, 6.30, 7,30, 10 p. m. 

Trains leave for Newark, Elizabeth and South Elizabeth, at 7.40, 
9, II, IJ.40 A. M. 

Trains leave for Newark and Elizabeth at 6, 6.10, 11.30 p, m. 

Train loaves for N>'wark at 6.10 p, m. 

S m lay train for Newark. ElizJiotU anl Rahway. at 5,20 p. m. 

fun.Lny iraia lor Newark and Elizabeth a. 8.10 P. M, 

Arrival of Trains. 

SouTHimN Exp, leaves Washington *8.50 p, m., Baltinv^re, 10..39, 
Philidelphia 2,50, Trenton 4.18, New Bruuswick 6.08, Newark 6.02, 
arrives at New Yorvc at 6.40 a, m. 

Wksterx Exp. leaves Pittsburg *12.20 p. m,, Harrisburc: 10.20, 
Philadelphia 2.30 a. m., Trenton 4.26, New Brunswick 5, 'iO, Eliz k- 
beih 5,57. Newark 6.10, arrives at New York at 6.50 a. m 

Western Exp. leaves Pittsburg *8.50 p.m., Harrisburg 5 . 46 A.M., 
Philadelphia 9.50, Trenton 10.56, New Brunswick 11.40, Elizabeth 
12.11 P.M., Newark 12. 26, arrive at New York 1.03 P.M. 

Southern Exp. leaves Washinsrton 8 a.m., Baltimore 9.44, Phila- 
delphia 1..S5 P.M., Trenton 2.50, New Brunswick 3.40, Newark 4.23, 
arrive at New York 4.54 p.m. 



Southern R. R. Line. 



About the 1st of June the 

SUMMEB, ARRANGEMEITT 

of this Hne will go into effect, when the 
magnificent steamers 

LONG BRANCH, 
A-HcL Jesse Hoyt 

will run regularly FIYE TEIPS each way 
between 

NEW YCRK & LONG BRANCH. 

Splendid EXCUESION facilities are also 
offered by this Company. 

6, W, BSNTLIY, biml Hasapr, 

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Western Exp. leaves Pittsburg *2.60 a.m., Harrisburg 11.40, 
Philadelphia 3.30 p.m., Trentou 4.56. New Brunswick 5.22, Eliza- 
beth 6.53, Newark 6.05, arrive at New York 6.34 p.m. 

Southern Exp. leaves Washington "==1 p.m , Baltimore 4.49, Phila- 
delphia 6.55, Trenton 8.08, New Brunswick 8.54, Newark 9.40, ar- 
rive at New York 10.12 p.m. 

Trains arrive fi'om Newark, New Brunswick, Monmouth Junction, 
Trenton, and Philadelphia at 5.21, 10.14, 11.04, 11.54 a.m., and 
2.14, 3.54, 6.04, 7.24, 8.43 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Elizabeth and Rahway at 5.21, 9.14, 10.04, 
11.04, 11.54 A.M., and 2.14, 3.54, 6.04, 7.24, 8.4S p.m. 

Trains arrive from Newark, Elizabeth, Rahway, Uniontown, Me- 
tuchen, and New Brunswick, at 8 01, 8.44, 9.14, 10.05, 11.05, 11.33 
a.m., and 1.33, 4.33, 7.24 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Newark, Elizabeth, and Rahwav at 5.21, 6.38, 
7.33, 8.20, 9.03, 9.31 a.m., and 3.33, 5.33, 6, 6.50, 8.03, 10.04, 
11.20 p.m., and 12.20 a.m. 

Trains arrive from Marion, Waverly, N. Elizabeth and S. Elizabeth 
at 7.33, 9.03, 9.31 a.m., and 2.33, 3.33, 5.33, 6.50, 11.20 p.m. 

Trains arrive from Newark, Elizabeth, and S. Elizabeth at 8.01, 
10.45. 11.33 a.m., and 4.33, 6, *8.03, *10.04, 11.20 P.M. 

Trains arrive from Newai'k and Elizabeth at 10.30 a.m. and 12.29, 
12.49 P.M. 

Trains arrive from Newark at 8.33 a.m. and 6.34 p.m. 

Sunday Train from Rahway, EUzabeth, and Newark arrives 8.08 p.m. 

Sunday Train from Elizabeth and Newark arrives 10.04 p.m. 

* Denotes trains run daily. 

i NEW JERSEY SOUTHERN R. R. 

PIER 28 N. R., BY STEAMERS PLYMOUTH ROCK, LONG 
', BRANCH, AND JESSE HOYT. 

For Sandy Hook, Highlands, Seabright, Long Branch, Branch- 
port, Oceanport, Eatontown, Farmingdale, Bricksburg, Manchester, 
Whitings, Pemberton Junction and Philadelphia at 9.20 a.m. and 
1.40, 4 P.M. 

Arrive from above places at 12.40, 5 p.m. 

Arrive from above places, except Philadelphia, Pemberton Junc- 
tion and Whitneys at 9.25 a.m. 

For Monmouth Beach and Shark River, at 1.40, 4 p.m. 

Arrive from above places at 9.25 a.m., and 5 p.m. 

For Atlanticville and Squankum, at 4 p.m. 
I Arrive from above places at 9.25 A.M. 
J For Shrewsbury and Red Bank at 9.20 A.M., and 1.40, 4 i'.m. 

Arrive from above places at 9.25 A.M., and 12.40, 5 p.m. 

For Middletown, Navesiuk, and Port Monmouth 9.20 a.m and 
, 4 P.M. 

Arrive from above places at 9.25 A.M., and 5 P.M. 

For Tom's River Branch 9.20 a.m. and 1.40, 4 p.m. 

Arrive from Tom's River Branch at 9 25 a.m., and 12.40 p..m. 

For Vineland and Atco Branches at 9.20 a.m. 

Arrive from Vineland and Atco Branches at 12.40 p.m. 

For Tuckerton R. R. at 9.20 A.M. 

Arrive Irom Tuckerton R. R. at 12.40, p.Jt, 



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