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Passenger Fares Of 1887

From New York Times of May 25 and 26, 1887.

Cunard Line
New-York to Liverpool via Queenstown.
From Pier 40 North River
Fast Express Mail Service
Etruria..........Saturday, May 28, 9 A.M.
Aurania.........Saturday, June 4, 4 P.M.
Umbria..........Saturday, June 11, 9 A.M.
Servia............Saturday, June 18, 3 P.M.
Service from Boston to Liverpool
Sailing Thursdays,
Catalonia.....June 23, July 28, Sept 1, Oct. 6
Pavonia.......May 26, June 30, Aug. 4, Sept. 8
Cephalonia..June 9, July 14, Aug. 18, Sept. 22
Scythia........June 16, July 21, Aug. 25, Sept. 29
Bothnia.......June 2, July 17, Aug. 11, Sept. 15
Cabin passage, $60, $80, and $100; Intermediate,
$35. Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe
at very low rates. For freight and passage apply to
the company's office, 99 State-st., Boston, or 4 Bowl-
ing Green, New-York.
Vernon H. Brown & Co., General Agents


Circular Letters Of Credit For
travelers abroad, available in all parts of the
world, issued by Heidelbach, Ickelheim-
er & Co., foreign bankers, 29 William-st.


White Star Line
For Queenstown and Liverpool
Royal and United States Mail Steamers
*Celtic, Capt. Irving.....Wed., May 25, 5 P.M.
*Arabic, Capt. Burton..Sat., May 28, 9 A.M.
Germanic, Capt, Gleadell, Wed., June 1, 1:30 P.M.
*Republic.....Thursday, June 2, 2:30 P.M.
From White Star Dock, foot of West 10th-st
Rates-Saloon, $60, $80, and $100; return tickets on
favorable terms; steerage from or to the old coun-
try, $20. *Second cabin passengers carried on these
steamers. Rate, $35; excursions, $65. For inspec-
tion of plans or other information apply to the com-
pany's office, No. 41 Broadway, New-York.
J. Bruce Ismay, Agent.


Special Notice
White Star Line
Celtic, sailing May 25; Arabic, May 28, and
Republic, June 2, have special and superior sec-
ond cabin accommodations. The whole of the saloon
accommodation on the Arabic and Republic
will be given up to second cabin passengers. Apply
at the White Star offices, 41 Broadway.


Anchor Line
New-York And Liverpool
Steamship City of Rome sails Wed., May 25, and
every fourth Wednesday thereafter.
Saloon passage, $60 and upward; second class, $30.
Glasgow Via Londonderry
Furnessia, may 28, 9 A.M. | Ethiopia, June 11, 9 A.M.
Circassia, June 4, 3 P.M. | Anchoria, June 18, 3 P.M.
Rates of passage to Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool, or
Belfast, cabin, $50 & $60; 2d class, $30; steerage, $20.
Steamers sail from Pier 41 N.R., foot of Leroy-st.
For book of tours or further information apply to
Henderson Brothers, 7 Bowling Green.


The State Steamship Line
Between New-York, Glasgow, and
Belfast, (Larne,)
With through tickets at reduced rates to Liverpool,
London, Dublin, &c.
State of Pennsylvania, Th., May 26, 8 A.M.
State of Georgia, Thursday, June 2, 2 P.M.
Cabin passage, $35 and $40, according to location
of stateroom. Excursion tickets at reduced rates.
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe at
lowest rates. From pier foot of Canal-st., North
River. For freight and passage apply to
Austin Baldwin & Co., General Agents,
53 Broadway, New-York


Short Line To London
Norddeutscher Lloyd Mail S.S.
New-York, Southampton, Bremen.
Fast Express Steamers.
Saale, W., May 25, 7 A.M. | Werra, S., June 4, 4:30 A.M.
Elbe, Sat., May 28, 9 A.M. | Ems, Wed., June 8, 7 A.M.
Aller, W., June 1, 1:30 P.M. | Eider, S., Jun. 11, 9:30 A.M.
From New-York to London, Havre, Brem-
en, 1st cabin, $100 and upword a berth, according
to location; 2d cabin, $60 a berth;l steerage, lowest
rates.
Oelrichs & Co., 2 Bowling Green


"Florio-Rubattino" Line Direct
To Italy, The most southern route to Europe.
Indipendente........Saturday, June 4, 1 P.M.
Gottardo, Capt, Veola.....Saturday, June 25
Taking passengers and freight for Gibraltar, Genoa,
Leghorn, Naples, Adriatic, Black Sea, the Orient,
and Far East. First cabin passage, $70 and upward.
Phelps Bros. & Co., Agents, 31 and 33 B'way.


Compagnie Generale Transatlantique.
French Line to Havre
La Bourgogne, Frangeul, Sat., May 28, 9 A.M.
La Gascogne, Santelli, Saturday, June 4, 4 P.M.
La Normandie de Kersabiec, Sat., June 11, 9 A.M.
Louis De Bebian, Agent, No. 3 Bowling Green.


United States Passport Bureau.
Passports now necessary to travelers, 470 Broad-
way.
A.H. Nones, Agent.


Guion Line
United States Mail Steamers
For Queenstown And Liverpool
Leaving Pier 38 N.R., foot of King-st.
Wisconsin..............Tuesday, May 31, noon
Nevada..............Tuesday, June 7, 5:30 P.M.
Alaska...........Tuesday, June 14, 11:30 A.M.
Wyoming.........Tuesday, June 21, 3:30 P.M.
Arizona..........Tuesday, June 28, 10:30 A.M.
Cabin passage, $50 and upward, according to loca-
tion; intermediate (second class,) $30; steerage, $20.
A.M. Underhill & Co., 29 Broadway, N.Y.


Inman Line.-- U.S. And Royal Mail
steamers. For Queenstown and Liverpool.
British Queen......Saturday, May 28, 9:30 A.M.
City of Chicago...........Saturday, June 4, 4 P.M.
City of Chester............Sat., June 11, 9:30 A.M.
City of Richmond........Sat., June 18, 3:30 P.M.
From Inman Pier, foot of Grand-st., Jersey City
Cabin passage, $50 and upward. Intermediate, $35.
Steerage, $20. Peter Wright & Sons
General Agents, 1 Broadway, New-York.


National Line Of Steamships
To Liverpool Via Queenstown
S.S. Egypt ......Wednesday, June 1, 1 P.M.
S.S. Spain.......Wednesday, June 8, 7 A.M.
Cabin passage, $40 and upward. Intermediate, $28.
Steerage tickets to and from British ports at
rates $2 less than those of most other lines.
F.W.J. Hurst, Manager
337 Walnut-st., Philadelphia; 27 State-st., N.Y.


Hamburg-American S.S. Line For
Plymouth, (London,) Cherbourg, (Paris,) Ham-
burg. First cabin, $50, $60, $75; Steerage at low rates.
Rhaetia, 8 A.M., May 26 | Gellerr, 8:30 A.M., June 9
Hammonia, 2:30 P.M. June 2 | Suevia, 10:30 A.M., June 11
Kunhardt & Co., C.B. Richard & Co.,
Gen. Agts., 61 Broad-st. Gen. Pas. Agts. 61 B'way, N.Y.


Pacific Mail Steamship Company's
Lines
For California, Japan, China, Central
And South America And Mexico. From
New-York, pier foot of Canal-st., North River
For San Francisco via Isthmus of Panama.
City of Para....Sails Wednesday, June 1, noon
Great Reduction In Rates
To
San Francisco
From San Francisco, corner 1st and Brannan sts.
For Japan And China
City Of Rio De Janeiro, Sails Tu., May 24, 2 P.M.
For freight, passage, and general information apply
to company's office, on the pier, foot of Canal-st.,
North River.
H.J. Bullay, Superintendent.


Charleston, Savannah, Florida, And
The South And Southwest
Via Charleston, S.C., at 3 P.M.
From Pier 29 East River, between Roosevelt and
Chambers sts.
Seminole, (new,) Capt. Kemble...Friday, May 27
Yemassee, Capt. Platt.............Tuesday, May 31
Cherokee, (new,) Capt. Doane...Friday, June 3
Wm. P. Clyde & Co., Gen'l Agents, 35 Broadway.


Via Savannah, Ga., at 3 P.M.
From Pier 27 North River, foot of Park-place
City of Savannah, Capt. Smith........Th., May 26
City of Augusta, Capt. Catherine, ..Sat., May 28
Nacoochee, Capt. Kempton......Tuesday, May 31
H. Yonge, Agent, O.S.S. Co., Pier 27 North River.
All the steamers are provided with first class pas-
senger accommodations. Insurance, one-quarter of
1 per cent. If effected by 2 o'clock at Union Office
or at 3 o'clock at piers on or before day of sailing,
premium can be collected at destination; otherwise
it must be paid by shipper.
For further information apply to the agents at the
respective lines as above, office on pier, or to W.H.
Rhett, General Agent Great Southern Freights
and Passenger Lines, Union Office, 317 Broadway,
New-York.


Compania Transatlantica Espanola.
Formerly A. Lopes & Co., North American Branch
The steamers of this well known Spanish steam-
ship line, now under contract with the Mexican Gov-
ernment, will leave New-York for Havana direct on
the 4th, 14th, and 24th of every month. The first-
class steamship
Panama (Capt. Alcatena,)
will sail on June 4, 3 P.M., from company's pier
21 North River, for the following ports: Havana,
Progreso, Vera Crux, Santander, Havre, and Liver-
pool. Passengers and freight are taken for above
ports and freight only for Coruna, Vigo, Gilon, Hil-
boa, San Sebastian, Bordeaux, and Hamburg. For
further particulars apply to J.M. Ceballos & Co., 80 Wall-st., New-York.


Old Dominion Steamship Company
Pier 26 North River, foot Beach-st. For Norfolk
Richmond, And Petersburg, Va.,
Tuesday, Thursday, And Saturday,
(also for Norfolk Wednesday.)
For Newport News And West Point, Va.,
Monday, Wednesday, And Saturday.
All steamers sail at 8 P.M.
Railroad connections made at all above points
For tickets and staterooms apply at 207, 229, 257,
261, 303, 319, 339, and 944 Broadway
or at the company's general office 35?? West-st.


Red Star Line.-For Antwerp And
Paris. Sailing from New-York and Antwerp
every Saturday.
Noordland.......Saturday, May 28, 9:30 A.M.
Rhynland................Saturday, June 4, 4 P.M.
Spring and Summer rates: First cabin, $60 to
$100; excursion, $110 to $180; second cabin, $45;
excursion, $80 and $85. Steerage at very low rates.
Peter Wright & Sons, Gen. Agents, 55 B'way.

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