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REMARKABLE EFFECTS OF GAS.
A BROOKLYN SKUVANT UNCONSCIOUS
FOR EIGHTEEN DAYS, HUT NOW
RECOVERING.
Mary Jennings, a girl about twenty-eight years
Old, was poisoned by gas on the night of October t,
and slept from then until October B. Sn<' was a
servant In the family of Mr. Manns, of No. 179
Harrlson-st., Brooklyn. On las night of October 5
she. retired as usual, but In the morning failed to
rise. Her n?etres? went In to awake her, and de?
tected a strong swell of escaping gas. Sho broke
into the room and found the ^Irl unconscious, and
dragged her toward the window and let some fresh
air Into the room.
Mary did not recover consciousness, and several
physicians were called In and two trained nurses
employed. Twelve gallons of compound oxygen
have been used in ex?? ?ling the poison from her
aystem. She came to on October 23, but not perma?
nently. Phe spoke In monosyllables and seemed un?
able to keep up a conversation. Th-re Is no similar
case of asphyxia on record. The young.woman Is
now resting comfortably. }ier pulse Is normal, and
It Is believed that her recovery Is assured, although
it will bo slow.
BUTTON PASSES A BAD CHECK.
Francis H, Sutton, a newspaper reporter, thirty
flvc years old. of No. Ml West Fifty-third-st., on
(JCtober 7 induced Bernard Conlan, a saloonkeep?
er, of No. 1.0S7 Broadway, to ca^h u cheek for $4 on
the American Exchange Bank, drawn to Button's
order and signed by James Ford Johnson When
Sutton Indorsed the check Conlan gave him the
$1, and then sent the clunk to the bank for col?
lection. It was returned to him marked "No ao
count." Conlan then complained to the poHc*. De?
tective Breen, of the West Forty-sevi nih-st. sta?
tion, arrested Sutton at Fifty second St. and Sov
enth-ave. on Monday night. Sutton pleaded not
guilty In the Yorkvllle Court yesterday morning,
and Magistrate Cornell discharged Sutton when a
friend paid Conlan $4. The latter then refused to
press the charge.
gorsrs anb Carriages.
STUDEBAKER BROS?,
SOS? S07 CANAL STREET.
200 feet East of Broadway
CARRIAGES
ef every drs?rlot!on for city end country use.
BROUGHAMS.
We ar? offering several very good second hand
BROUGHAMS at moderate price?. They represent the
best Sisltnt ffrHITT?'ITH 4 CO., J. B. BREWSTER a
OD.. HEALEY A CO.. HOOKER & CO.. Ac. These
Brougham? have been thoroughly overhauled and ar? in
first-class shape for immediate u?c. Some have rubber
tire?, and all are painted and ?tripe?, in the most ap?
proved taste?. If you are In the market for a carriage
of thlr kind you will make a mistake If you purchase
before seeing our ?tock. Largest assortment of all kind?
of Carriage? of any house in the business.
VAN TASSELL & KEARNEY?
180 AND 132 EAST 13TH ST.
DOWNEY, DUNCAN & WHITE,
(OP THE LATE J. B. BREWSTER * CO.)
WAREHOOMS, 4S7 A -ISO .VI?I AVE.
We have secured from the Receiver
or the
late J. II. Ilrcwuter <? Co.
the bul.-in <?<? of the ?Id company'?
Stock of ni'? nirrliiKc?. <-om prlxl njf
l.uiuliiiiH, Gum?* iurl?. Phaetons, Top?
tviiKona, Cart?, Ac. 'Miene (?nod?, must
he sold ?illicitly, and no reuHOiuilile of?
fer ?III he refnn?*?!, its w?J need all
available apare for oar own stock,
DOWNEY, DUNCAN & WHITE.
Sankers and Brokers
?A^ArVVV\AA-VVVVV AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi^AAAAArXA?
City of New York
3% and 3U
GOLD BONDS
FOR SALE DY
VERM1LYE & CO.,
NASSAU AND PINE STREETS.
W.N.COLER& CO.,
Banker\%
MUNICIPAL BONDS,
i eretmted for all ia-estm?m? . .?,.?????.
34 NASSAU STREET.
Dioiocnb notices.
TO THE BOLMUta OF
The Akron & Chicago Junction R. Re
Flrat M tare. St ??old Hund?,
DUE 1930:
The ooupon? due November 1st, 1M*>, from the above
bond? win ba purchased by us at their face value, on
and after maturity, until further notice.
VKHMII.YE A CO..
Nassau and 1'lne ?Streets. New-York City.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
Philadelphia. Nov. 2, 189?.
TUE BOARD OF DlRECTORi lias this day
declared a SEMI-ANN! AL. DIVIDEND of
TWO AND OSB-HALP PER CENT.
($1 .26 per Share)
upon the Capital Stock of the Company, payable on and
after November SO, IStsi, to shareholders as registered
upon the book? of the Compar.y at 3 P, M., Octob?r 81,
me.
All dividends will \>o paid by CHEQUE.
CHEQUES will be mailed to shareholders who have
filed l"ermanent Dividend order? at this ottin-.
HOB*T W. SMITH. Treasurer.
T
HE AMERICAN EXCHANGE NATIONAL
? BANK. 128 Broadway New York. October 20. IW*.?
At a meetlr.K of the Board of Director?, held this day, a
dividend of THREE AND ONE-HALF (84) I'er Cent on
the capital ?tock wa? declared, payable November 2d,
proximo.
Transfer book? will clo?e this d.iy. and reopen Novem?
ber 6th. proximo. EDWARD BURNS, Cashier.
/inondai (Slcrlions.
Offli-e of the
THIRD AVENTE RAILROAD COMPANY,
Third Avenue. 65th and 66lh Street?,
Net? York, October 24, if??,
TO THE STOCKHOLDER*.
NOTICE Is hereby jriveu to the stockholders of
thl? Company that the annual election of Directors and
Inspector? of Election for the ensuing year will be held at
thl? ofnc* on Wednesday. November 11. I'OG. The poll?
will be open at 2 and close at 4 P. M. of that day.
The transfer books of the capital stock of the company
will be closed on Wednesday. October 2?. 18B0. at 3 o'clock
p. M., ?J>d remain closed until Thursday, November 12,
1806. at '0 o'clock A. M., for the purp-ue of ascertaining
the ?tockholdera entitled to vote at the annual election.
By order o? the Board of Directors.
ALFRED LAZARUS. Secretary.
MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANY.
? NO. 71 BROADWAY. NEW-YORK.
October 8th. 181*.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the sharehold?
er? of the Manhattan Railway Company will l>e held at
the oompany'? office In New-York City, No. 71 Broadway.
on Wednesday. November 11th, lttW. at 12 o'clock noon.
A Board of Director? for the ensuing year I? to b?
elected and .hree Inspectors of Election.
The transfer books will be closed on Friday. October
Stb. at 8 o'clock p. m.. and reopened on Thursday, .No?
vember 13th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
D. W. McWILI.IAMS. Secretary.
Copartnership Notices.
Office of WORK. STROM; A CO..
BANKER*.
J?. O. Boa 2T61. ? , . M Bru*<J Street
New tork. November 2. ISM
THE COPARTNERSHir heretofore existing
under the firm name of Work, Strong A Co wa?
SIsaoTved by mutual consent on November J. 1M?6. Mr
Oeorge Wood retlrtna.
The bu?ln??? of Ih? late firm will be continued by
Mesare. Strona, BturgU A <?.. whose copartnership notice
appwara ?>elo*c. work. stron-o A co.
Ofllce Of STROXfi. STIRGIS ?ft CO..
BANKERS.
T. O. Boa 27C1. 30 Iiroid Street.
New York, November 2. ISftft.
REFERRING to the above notice of the dis?
solution of the tin i of Work. Strong A Co.. we beg
to etate that on November 1. MM a copartnerrhlp under
the firm name of Strong. Sturgl? A Co. wa? firmed by
the undersigned, who will continue the buslnes.- lately
??at.' by Work. Strong U ?>.
? WM. E. ?TRONO.
F. K. 8T17RGIS.
O. O. HAVEN, JR.,
?. JU CROMWELL,
-financial.
PROPOSALS FOR
$16,046,590.70
OP
31% Gold Bonds
OF THE
City of New-York.
EXKl-TTOBS. ADMINISTRATORS, GUARDIANS, AND
OTHERS HOLDING TROST FINDS AUK AUTHOR?
IZED BT AN ACT of THE LEGISLATURE PAS8BD
MARCH 14, 1SS9. TO INVKfeT IN THESE BONDS
AND STOCK.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILD BE RECEIVED by ?he
Comptrolle, of the City of New-York, at hi? office. No.
280 Broadway. In tho City of New-Turk, until
Monday, the 9th Day of November, 1896,
AT ". O CLOCK P. M..
when they will be publicly opened In the presence of the
Commissioner? of the Sinking Fund, or such of them a?
?hall attend, ri provided by law. for the whole or a part
of the followlnit-desirlb'd CMpoa or Registered Bonds and
Stock of the City of Nvw-York, bearing Interest at ?lirto
and one-half per cent, per annum, to wit:
?VIOO.IMMI.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK, Fi?K CONSTRICT?
ING A BRIDGE OVER THE HAR
I.KM RIVER AT THIRD AVENTE.
Principal payable November 1st. ioi7.
Inter**! parsM* May 1st and Novem?
ber let
FXKMPT I'nOtl TAXATION by
the Citv and O unty of New-York.
Itat38.141.37 CONSOLIDATED BTOOt "1' THE CITY
OF NEW YORK. KNOWN AS
"SCHOOLHOUSE BONDS." Principal
payable November 1st. iSlS. Interest
tavat,'? May Dt and November Is?.
,\KMPT I'KOM TAXATION by
Ihe Citv and County of New York.
103.t44lO.33 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK. SANITARY 1M
P ROVE M E N T BCHOOLHOUSE
BONDS Prim ij.al payable November
1st. lillfl. Int.rest payable May lat
?nd Novt mber 1st.
KTKMPT PROM TAXATION by
the Citv ?nd County of N*w To*"*.
166.UOO.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW -YORK, For NEW OROUNDs
AND BUILDINGS FOR THE COL?
LEGE OF THE CUY OF NEW YORK.
Principal payable November 1st. mis.
Interest payable May 1st i?nl N **tB
ber 1 -t
BXRMPT PROM TAXATION by
the Citv and County at New Y-irk
63.0tI0.OO CONSOLIDATED BTOCK OF THE ClTTi
OF NEW-YORK, FOR Till: PAY?
MENT OF AWARDS, COSTS.
CHARGES AND EXPENSES CERTI?
FIED BY THE CHANGE of GRAPH
DAMAGE COMMISSION Principal pay?
able November 1st. 1*11. Interest pay?
able Mav 1st nn1 November 1?t.
EYRMPT FROM TANATIOV by
the Citv and Conntv of New-York
?00.00;i.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK, FOR REPAYING
STREETS AND AVENUES. Principal
payable November 1st. 1017 Interest
payable M.iv l?t and November l?t.
EXEMPT PROM TAXATION by
?he C!?v ?nd Conntv of New-York.
MO.UUO.tNI CONSOLIDATED BTOCK OF THE CITT
OF NEW-YORK. FOR THE CON?
STRUCTION OF THE NEW EAST
RIVER BRIDGE Principal payable
November 1st Ifil?. Interest payable
Vav lal nnd N'-vemher 1st.
BXRMPT RHOM TAXATION by
the Citv and County of New-York
6S0.0OO.O0 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK. FOR THE CON?
STRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT oF
THE WEST WING OF THE AMERI?
CAN MUSEUM OK N'ATIT.AI, HIS?
TORY. Principal payable November is?.
1917. Interest payable May l?t and No?
vember 1st.
KYRMPT FROM TAXATION by
?be Citv and Conntv of New-York
17B.04MI.llO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK. FOR THE IM?
PROVEMENT OF PUBLIC PARKS.
PARKWAYS. AND DRIVES IN THE
CITY OF NEW-YORK. Principal puy
fchle N vemher 1st 1l?l? Interest pay?
able Ma* Is? and November Is?
BXRMPT FROM TAXATION br
the C!?v and Conntv of New-Tork.
lU0.04Kt.tH> CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
of new-York, for repavino
roads. streets. and avence9
in twenty third and twenty
FOt'RTH WARDS Principal pavable
November 1st. ini7 interest psysst*
M? 1st and November 1?t
EXRMPT FnOAt TAXATION by
?he Citv and Coun?v of New York.
l.OOO.OOO.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK. KNOWN AS "DOCK
BONDS" Principal pavahle November
1st 1H27. Interest pnjable Ma} l?t and
N"o\?mb?r 1?t.
FXFMPT FROAI TAXATION by
the Citv and Conntv of New-York.
T.OOO.OOO.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY
OF NEW-TORK. FOR THE re?
demption OF BONDS ANO STOCK
MATURING IN THE YEAR ISM
Principal pavable November 1st li'CC
Interest payable May 1st and Novem?
ber 1 s?
EXFMPT PROM TAXATION by
?he Htv and Conntv of New Y'rk.
1,200.000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK I 'F THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK. FOR THE PAY
MENT OF STATE TAXES FOR THE
SUPPORT OF THE INSANE. Princi?
pal pavable November 1?t ISIS Inter?
est navable Ma* 1?t and NnMlIn 1st.
FNFMPT FROM TAX \TIOV
2.75O.OO0.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITT
OF NEW-YORK KNOWN AS ADDI?
TIONAL WATER STOCK OF THF.
CITY OF NEW-YORK. Principal pay?
able Oetober 1st. 1!?1?. Interest pay?
able Atril 1st and October 1?t
FXFMPT FROM TAXATION by
the City and Conntv of New York.
THE PRINCIPAL OF AND THE INTEREST ON THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED BONDS AND STOCK ARE PAY?
ABLE IN GOLD COIN OF THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA. OF THE PRESENT STANDARD OP
WEIGHT AND FINENESS. AT THE OFFICE OF THE
COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK.
The proposal? should 1?- Inclosed In a sealed envelop?.
Indorsed "Proposals for Bonds of th- Corporation of the
City of New-York," and then Inclosed In a second
envelope, addressed to the Comptro.ler of the City of
New-York,
For full Information ?ee City Record.
ASHBEL P. FITCH,
Comptroller.
?pr?tiper?tal
Jri?t Qompar?y.
SO BUOAD STREET. N. T.
CAPiTAi,. ?soo.noo.
STKPI.IS. MSS.SSS
OTTO T. BANNARD, President
WILLIAM ALEXANDER SMITH. lit Vice pre**?
GORDON MACDONALD. 2d Vlee-Prea't and H.c'y
HENRY E. DABOLL. Assistant Secretary
Deaiicnateil by the Supreme Court H? u
Depositary for Court Money?.
Interest Allowed on DeooNlla.
Elucide? all Trnata.
TRUSTEES.
William Jay. Otto T. Mannard.
Alfred M. Hoyt. Robert W. .le loreet,
James O. P.irrtsh, Olr?ud l'osier.
Robert S. Holt, Ooid ? MacdonsM,
Hem y M. Tat*r, Ourdou Norrle,
?)l|\er Harrlman. Jr.. A. I-.nfear Norrle,
William Alexander ?ml. .. William F. Cochran.
Robert Olypham. Walter JenninKH.
John C. Havemeyer, William A. Hazard.
W. Sewatd Webb. Frank 11. Plait.
Trenor L. Park.
5? CIDAB ST., KKW TOHK.
CAPITAL ? . ? $?,000,000?
BUKPLU8. . ? ? 1,000.000.
Transacts a General Trust Business
Takes Entire Charge of Real Estate.
Loans Money on Bond and Mortgage
Issues First Mortgage Gold Bonds.
Interest on Deposits Subject to Check.
OFFICERS.
Oeorse W. Yeans, ? ? - . President.
I.mlier Hountcr, ? ? . Vlcr-Prcsldcnt.
James Timpson, - ? ?id VIoe-l'rrslilent.
Arthur Turnbull. . . . . Trea-urcr.
Will am P. Elliott, .... Herretarr.
Clark William?, ? Aaat. Scc'r and Trea*.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Charlea D. Dickey, jr., Oustav K. Kissel,
Theodore A. Huvemevpr, Luth'i Kountie,
Charles R. Henderson James Tlmpsuu,
Richard A. McCurdy.
M H K< TORS.
Samuel D, HitM'ork,
?111 lam Bibcock, OiisUiv F.. Kl??el,
Dumont Clarke Luther Koi,ntae,
Citarle? D. Dicker, Jr., Chart ton T. Lewi?,
William P. Dixon. Lewi? M.iy,
David Dows. Jr., Theodore Morford,
Robert A. Grannig?, Richard A. McCurdy,
Tlieo. A. Havemeyer, r.o'.crt Olvphant,
Charles R. Henderson, William W. Richards,
James J. Hill, Jame? Tlmpeon.
Gardiner a. Hubbard, QofJE w. Youn?._
. - j
ADVERTISEMENTS and lubacrlptlona for Tb* Trib?
une receive at their Uptown ornee. No. 1.242 Broad?
way, 2d door north of 31st-at.. until II o'clock p. m. ; ad
v-Ttlsement? received at the following branch offices at
ree-ilar office rates until 1 o'clock p. m., vis.: 2.V4 8th
dv*.. ?. e. cor. 28d-*t.; 162 Gth-ave.. cor. 12th-et. ; Macy's,
6th-ave. and 14th-?t. : 142 Columbus-ave.. near Weit 6?th
?t - 106 West 42d-?t.. near Sth-ave. : 92 East 14th-at.. 2T.7
West 42d-st.. between Tth and Ht h aves.: 159 Eaat 47th
?t ISM Sd-nve., between 76th and 77th st?. ; 1,02? 3d
av? near 61*t-*t.; 1.T0* lat-ave.. near 8?th-?t. ; ?50 3d
ave.. n*ar 41?t-?t.: S54 3d ?ve. 210 Ble?ck?r-?t. ; 329
Ble?cker-?t. ; 2.908 Id-eve. ; 240 Eaat 79th-?t.; 1.921 3.1
av*.t tSS2 Sd-*v*.c SI AauiarAsm-sve.; ?02 W**t *2d-?i.
.financial.
AN ERA OF PROSPERITY
And Rising Values About
To Begin.
Interesting Information
for Alert Investors.
ah ?he basta i world If preparing tor a preat revival
In every breach of tosiBetralal activity. We ar?- In for a
Ion? parted of prosperity ami tislriK value?. Nothing ran
stop It.
No better Investment Of Doe's capital can be made than
In reliable st.K-k? while they ?re selling at s low price.
Many pafsjona ?rao bava ? tittta money tu in\??t judse
IB? value of a H Cl nrit-'ly by the price at which It I?
selling, ?hile at a low figure they will neglect to buy, but
as soon at the rlaa eoSBTasBsBaa they are eager to Invejt.
and will pay tare* time- the price at which it was origi?
nally offer- ?!. The shrewd investor considers the value of
tie- laropoalttOft, i-in for???? the future, and Invests his
n, : ?] In th. at? k while the price Is down.
PntStBeSI banker?, r.iidtail?!*. brokers, railway of?
ficials Hn.i other shrewd Jnttfai of value? are buying th?
?tock of the Railway A Dork CoiiPtrm tion ('?>.. and pre?
dict tliat this ?took. Bow ('Mir.? at l?. i? sure to fell at
100 before long and eventually duplicate Um Bastar* of the
Util TeJepbotte, Edison and Paliataa ralaaa <'ar infanta
The iiiimir a? ?MhsldtaiT c??mp.iiii?? BOW being- organ?
ic.1 In the principal ?statt.s ci h pay a certain amount in
eaah and one third "f th. ir . laatal ?took Into the Railway
S Doch Construction Co.'? treasury. ':> addtUoa to large
sum? In caab, the company ?rill receive abottl ?l'ii.doo.uuo
i: ? ?-. urr.le?. In this way. on wiii'h dtvMtSda will be re?
ceived fn<m the ?ararais of tt.e Mbsidtarjr rosinateh
Theat dividend? all s? t/ the Bolder? of Railway <* Duck
Construction atoes.
Applications are pouring In from enRliueis. contriutots
and rallara] ? t.. lall all ovei the lime,i State?, Tbeaa
men .ire o,uick to ??a tba certainty el profit, They ara
perhap? better able to jud?,e than i ihi ra, m auae, i ut o? a
t tal r ivi rallroaSa, ?73 ol ihea? railway r?mpanle?
are bow preparing 10 build ?<>..">I7 miles of new line.
T.\:e. thoti.-atid mile!? are now l> mi: gra-W-d -r are uticler
contract; tba area) superiority of th? Railway A Dock
Conatructl a Company*? lyitem of ?olid, tubatantlal, In
destructible trtatla work i.i raTfrfesj the den.and In tins
: p I la] held.
The \iry best Judges of value.?. oM shrewd l>ear i p.-r
at.,iK on the Stock Exchange, are buying thl.? ?tock BOW.
They ar? ?war? of lu .- did, intrinsic, merit and magnificent
future and confidently predi t that Railway fc I'oik Con?
struction ?ti i k will ?.-n ebovs par,
Tin- par valu.- :.? JIimi and tin- ?tOC* I? full paid and
non as?--.sat I. . Stockholder? have bo Individual liability
whatever. Estimated earnings ?nil pay seven per cent
on the par valu of the II ick; Uli? I? ?-in?! to forty per
lent cash dividends per rear n stock kossM now at III
ptr share.
Th? Hallway ?? l>--rk Construction Companv ha? no |n
debtednesi ol any kind. I? In solid financial condition.
and a? then aie na bond? BOT mortgage.?, ail the earnings
go to the storkh il lei*
Owing to the flnanrlal depression and uncertainty be
fore the election the Railway S Doch Conetruotloo Com?
pany would ii"' accefH aumei ui contracta for w. rk
am 'intitiiT to ??-'tit tiuee millions of dollar?. They were
offered first mort?.??-? bondi In paytaeni lut tn? bond?
could not i*, ?old in N. ? York ? i London at satisfactory
?- English banker? .ire negotiating to place a large
block of Railway A Dock Construction it rk ?nd apply
f-.r an rsTBi laJ 'i i lat.o i n ih? London Clock E?i hange
The V. B Senate Commlttei nava recommended the
expenditure of eighty mtlll n loltara for I he protection of
our ?eacoaat Aboul t.-n mllliona a rear win t.? ?i.ent
during the next ..icht yesj ?.
The ell? of N'e? fork i? spending $.i.0<?t.<??"> a \?..r im?
proving the en-, wat.r front, and th? l'?k Department
Ini nd to apply I i lit? Legislature t . raise the limit from
three to tue million? a year,
"This ?olid gill cu?), the small lBve?tor
an stjua] chance with the capitalist, as th? ?.mall in
veal i ten. i.oly ha. I- buj ': pal and be content with a
dividend of ?> or 7 i? r eenl I ??ai .'.nv one ran Invest
In Hallway A Dock C n?tructlnn ?? rk, now at $1.". and
ho get the Immen?? nr. iflti of devel pn
"The closing of negnl h the l'. S (Pverr.ment
or the city of New v >rk ?rill causi an Immetita rls? in
tl ? i tock."
The oith-l.il? and large stockholder? are well known
pra tlcal flnenelen and ' - ? whoa. nam<? ?r?
a* Mice a "inniiin f r ir-i.-w r-'.v. ,iiii',. ir.anagemen;
and a fuaranti thai an) ?to k in which they invest n
si.fe. solid and profltahli ?m m them ?re >'??? \v
l'unn. Esq., presiden) ' the ; u load of the bank
Ing house I Oeorgs W. I'unn t: Co., N?w York, and
president, directoi m I trust? ' rations; Hon
Thomas Murphy, vl ?? pr- ?> Senator, Collect r ?'
lb? i-'t of Se? Y rk Tele- Prei lent I" ? '?tinr E?:
gene Harvey K?r? see ,n ! \ I-? president, lank?r. Or?x?I
building, Philadelphl? l'.i . R M Btanbrough Esq..
Kingston. S. V.. Oeorg? t>. Hih ?rd E?q.. roatr? lor
H. Y ; \V. R ChlMs. E?q., of tt,e <-ahim?t ant H?cl?
Cpper Company, Calumet, kllch . F-iwa-.t A TVIIIaon.
Esq. ??? v-.-\. M M ff. ?????? int secretary i>r|. H.
Phellhorn, Esq., receiver Monta mery, Tu? alnrava ?nd
Memphli Railway (- m .--i- m?ry. Ali Y "'arrver,
Esq., of the Canadian Paclfl, Kailwa) Company ?Si '.
H. c., ctins'ii il ward Hwinef r.i i: ; r Howard
Rwlnef rd A Co, Rlchn nd I ? ?. . r??Uer.
Huguenot Rank Neu Palt? \ \ -'?..-? ?
kirk, S. T., end eeveral roh and intuenttal railway and
folltlcal nvaenates who will hsv? ?.-.,i? i? tri? H->ard of
I r- I..I- r a.
tl rt mveal ra ? t.i ?;- ulatnr? ?h.-uid eei. i m ordr-?
f-^r the Mock n-w and seeura n al |I8 i ?r sitara, a? it i?
< (Ti- ally announced that Ih? t-rlce i. ??l.,i?t li 1* advanced
to ZS.
Th?v c?n remit to the Financial Ac?nt? of t*? c-%.npanr.
Mesers Oeo W Dum i ? Ranker? 2 u.,i: s-ree.
New Y'.rk by rheek ?Ir.ifr. rr ?e* order, r??:?'er. 1 l?'ter
or by ??pr???. or ! . ? .,...,,,?,>!,
Th? Rsilwav * Dock CondSni..- I ,- in at>
Solut? monopoly ?ni It. earning? ? e,| dividends will In
rrea?? with til? Mead) ??' >Wth ' rasimem a-i1 of rail
ways
SECURITIES
which do not depreciate.
FIRST MORTGAGES
on New Vork City real estate
WITH PATMENT OCARAKTtSED HY TltB
Rond and Mort^ajue fiuarantee Co.
AmniiiitH ihuk<- frorn IS,?mm?, t,, $100,000, ran
be dflivt'iori nn one day'i iintice. *fo axpciiM to
purchasers.
TiTlE GUARANTbE
and TRUST COMPANY.
f l-Hi Broadway, N. Y.
Offices, ?j?BCouii St . Brooklyn,
( N. K. cor. B8th St. & 7th Ave., x. y.
CAPITA!.$2.500.000.
SURPLUS.$2,000.0(M).
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago
Railway Company.
TO TIIK IIOI.DKHS OF
Consolidated Mortgage 6 per ?ont. Bond?,
General Mortgage 5 per cent. Bond?),
Eguipment Mortgage Bonds.
Th? rnd?r?lan?u BOfBHllttaa h.iv? pr?p?r?d a pl?n ?nd
aaTeetSMSII for Ifca l>r-.t?ctlon Of th? lnt.-n-iits of llond
liulders, and have Hied the uno- with the CENTRAL
TRUST COMPANY of N>w York. d?t?d October loth.
lSt'll
Ilondhold?r ar? r?o,u?si?d ta d?poilt their bond? snd ?II
unpaid coupon? with it,. CENTRAL TRUIT COMPANY
..f New York. .'.4 \\?ll Htreet, \ Y. ci y, und?r ?aid
aaree.nent, i?n --r before November .loth. ISM.
BaMera of Cowsolldated Mortaa?? n.md? win r?r?ive a
rash paymenl of $;i7 :.u pet ri"nd al th? ttm? of d?po?it.
Nee?.tluble TlBBt li-rtlth at?? will ,.? Iiau?d for di-po?lt?d
??rurttl??.
iv.pl?? of s?T?em?nt may be had at th? office of th?
Truct Cumpany, or fr,.rn m?mb?r? of th? committee
!i.^i,,Y:T.V/i,,.roTTrh",rm
IIKMt V C. HOt IE.
Ilouil l.olilr ra' Commlttee.
ADRIAN H JDI.INE. ( ?
HERBERT B. Tl ItVKR. I Coun??L
J. N. V7AM.ACK. Becrefarr, nt Wall st.
New York October 10th. ISO?
TO THE HOI.nKRft OF TUB
First Consolidated Mtj-e. Bonds
ok Tin:
Ordensburg & Like Cbamphiin R. R. Co.
More than SIXTY' I'K.H CasMT. of y,,ur bond? have
b??n d?poolt?d un.l'r th? K.orgrintzaMon I'lnn and ,U-ro.
mrnt with Central Trait Co.. N?w-York, und Old Cotaay
Trust Co., Doiton.
Iiepoiit? will l>? rec?lv?d until Nn\?emher 1?, lnni.
Thete la no ?.xpectntlon of an ?xi<n?lon of time, and If
on? should be made a penalty will be Imposed.
CHAHI.K* I'AHSONS. Chnlrmuii.
lj Broad at, n?w -York
U ll.l.IAM UMMH, 40 Wall at, New-York.
THOMAK DatXJIY, Jr.. 02 ?'?dar 8t., New-York.
t'HAKI.KS It. IIATT. Na'. Sr.urlty Hank. Hoston.
I'llll.ll' V. H. KI.Y. ? ?tat? M., Hoston.
HAIGHT&FREESE
BANKERS
?ND
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
*IVI IIHOAIIWAV >KH YORK CITY
STOCK M. HO MIS. t.RAI?i
cerra?. imiovisiov?,; **
Bought and sold for rush or -.n a martin of 3 to & n.r
, cent. Commission, lit?. " v*r
Write or call for our "?<)?) PAOC MANCAI.," llluitrat??
with railroad map?. ?IvInK completa Information of .i
RAILROAD and INDI STKIAL M d>?-rtjai, Indudinc hl-h
e?t ?nd loweit prlci-? f< r ?. ?Ties of Id to 3o years Vf
Ptock*. Ilond?. ?iraln. and Cotton, and alt?, the meth.Ji.
of buyln? nnd .ellina on n.aialn. ?emoas
ISSl'KD GRATIS AND MAILED KRKE.
DKTKRMIMI*? THK KI*?A\CIAL RKspowai
nil.lTY OF TIIK FIRM WITH WHICH ioV"
DEA), I? A? IMPORTANT AS SKLKtTIXu T||p
RIOHT STOCK?.
New York National Hank references furnlifcej
Twenty yesrs' experience, larsest clientele. mof. ?_
modlou? oriloc?. l^-st brokerage ??rvlr?. tum
I'P-TOWX II II A ?if Hi
?132 Broadway, next to Ueimom.-n'?, near ?th at
IIOSTOX OKKICBi " *U
S5 STATE ST.
DIRECT WIREfs,
?financial.
** TRUST CO *?
cm fifth ave., i OR. rrra st.
UKA.NCH, ?? BROADWAY.
C\IMT*iL .61.04M>.000.00
LEGAL DEPOSITORY
roil STATE, CITY J\I) COVMt MOSEYS.
Interest Allowed on Time Ilepoalt*.
Check* passed through N. Y. Ctaartng -house
Acts a* Executor, Qaardlan, or Adninlatrator of Be?
Utes, and as Receiver. Reslatrsr, Transfer and Financial
AK*-nt t r States, Railroad?, and Corporation*.
Bnarst* Department with
Special Fiifilitles) for I.ntlle*.
ROBERT M.M'LAY. President.
CHARLES T. BARNEY, vice President.
JiisfI'II T. BROWN, -I Vice-President.
FRED'K L El.l'IUIxlE. Secretary.
J. HENRY TOWNSEND. As?'t Secretary.
BAILWAY AND DOCK
CONSTRUCTION CO.
OFFICES. 2 WALL ST.. WWW YORK.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Absolutely MStru.'tllile Piers. Jetties, Docks, Break?
waters, Sea Walls. Bridge Piers, Railway Trestles, etc.
OHO. w. Di'NN. PiasMmt
THOS. MURPHY, Vice Pr?s. HUG. HARVEY. 2d V. Pre*.
E. A. VTTLSON, S"-'y. M. H'H'F. Asst. Sec'y.
Co Cet Sox CuoincsG purposes.
CHOICE OFFICES TO LET
IN
TEHPLE COURT.
hi lam) <t wmrrma. Aaents.
On premises. I tu t Beekman St.
Unfnrnisljcb apartments (to Cet.
APARTMENTS.
WEST END AVENUE,
Corner VMh Street.
Seven and eight large and light
rooms. Elevator service, electric
light, steam heat and hot water
included in rent.
Rents $1,100 to $1,600.
Open daily, including Sunday.
I). T). BRANDT,
Agent on premises.
TIIK WAHHIXOTOft,
NO. 20 WASHINGTON BQUARB, WWBT.
lieslrahle aiaitmer.ts to let. unf irnntied,
At'piy t,i Superintendent, 11
Douglas Robinson & Co.,
63 I.I PERT Y STREET.
NEAR CENTRAL I ARK >? ven httlit ?t-am-heated
r oma an ! bathroom; ?**rj/ modern improvement;
pert? t order; aanlian plumMns privat? ball; r.ea- L.
Biatlon u aide; ?I - lut? reapeetablllty ?uaranteed, fis,
I:,.'. 11 '. : ementa. 17 We?t im. i. ?t.
^purtincnto to Cet.
it
THE FLORENCE."
IM TO km? BAST IMTH-ST.
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
To |e??e-Ap.it ??? sat* '??? -l ? 1 ** ur.fr olrlied; hartf
Also on? ?p?"m"nt for 1 u?*k*eplns.
II I ?UM-: PI It ?IT CLASS.
F.I.P.V ?TOIl 111 IMS ALL MI.HT.
(Tonntrn ?ropcrtn fox Gale.
I ?''?It SALE Fteelden ? rnifl ', ? re. excellent nelghW
h -!. S i'o 'om*.- si. Istrs? 'in; f..v ?nier.ts. t m
?renli i t.. .??? n and u II I appll to DANIEL
ADAM? '? nM We?t End R id? South "r.mne.
?/wwwvwvwwv
(f itn tjotcls.
DOdDITl? EGffllPOOutEg
BOI'LEVARD AND SSRD ST.. N I '
AMERICAN ?NO El'ROPE AN PLANS.
Kinsle i n '. r. dm ?rllli i ?lb
?rCirES i I 2 TO T If I'M- WITH PATHS.
RATI> THE MOST REASONABLE IN' Till-; CITT.
WM Nu..I.E. Prop* W. JOHNSON QtJINN. Manr.
?ILAOB?EK?IIIHDSS DO?DTTIEIL,
1'TH ST ANI> 4TII AVE
A ?ele't. cu'.et sad tVmellke betel; ? utsin? and ?ervle?
f.rst-r'???. Fates |;t .V) |e $4 <*> |ier day.
CHARLES L IiRloos. Prisai*!**,
^nttimn Hroortu.
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
THE GARDEN HOTEL
I'nnue.tlogaMv the met completely appointed hotel on
the At;?ntl' i IV.
DatMOM CuUlne. Sea water Rath?. 4
OPEN AU. THE YEAR.
LEEDS * MPP1NCOTT
desire to Inform ttVIr pslnn? thai
HADDON HALL,
ATLANTIC C1TV. N. J..
Will l>e kept open Urn ?ullre winter for th? receptloa <,(
a*j*s*a
the viiciNM hut ?a?,
J.SOO FEET ELEVATION.
in the
HOT SPHINCS VALLKT,
on th?
CHESAPEAKE AM) OHIO RY..
one night's ride from New York. The most wonderful
wot-in In Amirlea for the cure of rheumatism, ?-out and
Banroo* trouble?, with a most complete list hin*; cclale
llslnnent.
Th? "New Homestead," opened June Is?', will remain
open the entln? ye?r. Special compartment tar leave*
New York, by Penn?ylvanla Ry., via Washington ?nd the
Gb**sp*ejM ?nd Ohio Ry.. ,n Tu'wlnj ?. Thursday and
Saturday?, arrive? at the Springs lull? n. in.
Ex melon tl'ket? from New-York at Pennsylvania
offlee?. For spe. lal Information Inquli? at C. and O
OliOTL 3?!2 Hroadway.
FRED. STERRY. M?;r.
_ Hot springs. R"h o.... v?.
MOUNTAIN
PARK
HOTEL
AM)
OOTTAOM,
HOT
?iPltlM.fl,
\OHTII
CAROLINA.
DKLIOHTKIL AITIMS
am? wivrr.n hksoh i.
For Health. Pleasure. Recreation
Excellent (ulslne.
Finest Mountain Scenery BaM of the
Rockies.
Conveniently accessible |,y Pullman
car?, via Pennsylvania R. it
Exceptionally dry and free'from foe
Av-rsge Winter temperature. 40 3.
The???mi water? and kith?, ?p.-cin.
In case? of Rheumiit'^m O.ut S,|
all' a Expert SWdlCal att-ndnnc?
IJeal R. ?04? for the Nervously Tired
W.M. O. HOOI.ITTLE.
AUTUMN AND WINTER RESORT. amM the "Ilerk
?hire Hills." Mat In.--? scenery, drive? and folia**;
all provl,ion for comfort and pleasure of suests at '7h?
Herkshlre Inn." N. Y. and return, $4 Do. 0,|f ?nd shoot
Iiik nnv CALEB TIi'KNoR a SON, Great Rarrlne
t-.n. Mass
4 TLANTIO CITY. K, J.
"" HOTEL TRAYMORB.
Appointment? and service flr?t-el??a
D. B. WHITB. Jr.. Proprietor.
CATTLE MARKET?RY TEUiOIUPH.
Fnlon Stock Yards. Chicago, Nov. 8.?Cattle?Receipt?,
WV) head; market nomltial. Oewnsia 10 extra Hl>er?, J.l 41)
?l,". ??>. ?Jtockera and feeder?. H (aaSSjl*?: cow? and bull?,
i?SOtSfSJS; calves. HSJSS; Texan?. |3 S?S)SS IS| Western
rangers. V- A1!?!!. H ok??Receipt?, t?.iKl? head; market
tlrm and lue hltiher. Heavy packln* and shipping lot?,
13 3>?ir*3 'K'. common to chulc* mlxe.l, }.i J.'at)?;! t?i cholea
a??.irted. |3 .M??J?3 (!.'.. HkM. W :Ii>4?|3 W). plf?. $2 BfSMJS 55.
Sheep Receipt*, tl.000 head, market firm and 10c higher,
inferior to choice. II 751?$3 25, lamti?, ?341*4 Bo.
81. Le.ut?. Nov. ???-utllv-?Keeetpla. 8?1| ?,..a,l ? market
?leady lu ?trunf. N?tlv? steers, ?3 noij*4 10, Texa? ?leers,
{,! 1U, Texa? c>ws, ?2 ?4?$- M. Hog??Rereipts. l,2S4head;
market ?trong to 5c higher. 8h?:?p? Receipt?, ?itH he*d;
market strong. Native mixed, $3 10; Southweat mixed,
Kansa? t-'lty. Nov. 3.?Hogs?Receipt?. 1,800 head; mar?
ket ?trong. Light and pig?, f8 3u?j?3 4.V medium. $8 2349
$3 40; he?vy, $3 20&$3 3.V Cattle?Receipt?. 1.200 head;
market ?trong. Natl\* ?teer?, best. $4 SS#f*! *CS. fair t<?
good, $S lOiit* 20; cowa and heiter?, beat, $2 8oe$3 10;
fair to good, $1 fi.V<i$2 80; bull*. $1 70?$2 tA; ?tucker? and
feeders, 12 ?>'a $3 U3 ; Texaa and Weitem, $2."K>t??3rto;
calve?. litiUlu. flbeep? Receipt*, 1,000 head, market
strosa.
(European ftbuertisemeiUfl.
Visitors to Europe
Americans before buying
Laces, Embroideries, Vel?
vets, Brocades or Silks for
robes and furniture will
find it to their interest to
visit
M. Jesurum & Co.,
UNITED FACTORIES
VENICE.
I^UROrEAXS AND TRAVELLERS will find
j th? London office of The Tribune. T5 Fleet Street. E. C,
I a convenient place to leave tbelr advertisements and sub?
scriptions for The Tribun*.
Savoy Hotel, London.
HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE Y/OP.LV.
Savoy Restaurant
Of <>a?tronomir Fame.
Rand plays on Hie terrace orerlookln*
the Embankment, Harden? and Hirer.
Chef de ?'ulilne ?AB?aWaU } f. RITZ.
Ma?tre K.coffler. ?A?AMH ? L. KCIll JAB?
f THB ADBLPHI HOTEL.
-LIVERI'OOL
MIDI, IM) (?HAM) HOTEL.
?ST. PANCRA8, LONDON?
Miui.vM? hoti;l.
- RRADFORO -
(in;i:vi HOTEL.
- LEEDS -
TIIK MIDLA?O HOTEL.
_ DERRY -?
Specialties: Excellent Culatn*.
? Comfort. Moderate charge?.
Midland
Railway
Hotels.
England.
Telegram? " Mldofel.'
Wm. TOWI.K, Jlgr,
LANCHAM HOTEL.
London.
Inrlralled ?>ll?*lion In Portland Place.
It Top or Kegent >t. IV.
Toarenlent for lb? Rest Mi?p?, Theatres, Ele.
W.rerj ."?lodern ?'oinfort ?nil i'oiiTei
ii-nor. Moderate Tariff.
The Walsingham House
PICCADILIA.
THE BROADWAY OF LONDON.
Overlooks the Park and DCCUpteS tho finest po
?Itlon In London. Apartments at moderate
charges for a short or ion? pprlod.
Cuisine manaR?-d by an
experienced French chef.
Telegrams, "fcolgn?," ? <-?. liKLARD?,
London. S Rrr'y & Manager.
The Hotel Cecil,
London.
The lnr^?>?t ?ml moflrt mf?cn?r?c??nt in
K.iirope?. P*>t>teOt in every <1?Mm?. I_,o
ontton nnrimllnd, facing and over
looking i lie? Bmbsnltm*ni (Tr?r<i??i?,?i
ni?<l river Tintinen. T'ii?nirime???erl
imtnt?an ?no thn i<*'mt selection <>i
win*, ?ver oftltd. TOO bsilionma
??rid 300 Hiilnna, prlvMn ?lining;
rnotn?, and |>ul>li?5 Tf'*p< ion room*.
C. P. BERTINI, Manager.
? Oraiwl Hotel. Parla.
Formcrlr of Dalninnlra'a. Xew-VoHc.
' ( rllerlon llt-?lanrikiit. London.
Upper Norwood, Queen's Hotel,
Near ('r\?tal ra!?<-?. Irrten, tlealthleet alt ??atlas In
England. I/>velv Karlen? H ?rdm* term? from $2. So per
d?v Special train? fer l.irge partie?. Convenient trait?
?erclr?
Norfolk Hotel, Brighton, England.
i::n<? Pamll) II del Or?nie !<r e"?-w?il ppmer.ade and
lawn?. Pine pabllc ronssa P*rf**t ?anlt?t|,,n. Shaded
electric light* Lift 1 Aliente culilne. Choice wine?.
Jule? A. Crvlglitnr. Ifgr,
QIJAAn'? Hotnl Southae?, I'nrtmnnuth.
l?l? of WIku Uovelf dl gatdaaa. Tanala, ?**. ai
)"iu? Royal Yacht i 'I'lti. r*reqtji si t->ata to ?'..we?. R>d?
?n,| Southampton. "Ilojal I'lrr llol*l" under earn*
direct toa.
The Howard Hotel.
Korfolk Mi<-.'t. Bmh*nkm*nt, lender?. Tht? newly
?reeled Hotel i? replete ?rlth every modera cemfurt. Over
I ?ok* Embankment an,t River. ru**m un.i aparton*
public room? Klectrtc Light throughout. American ?>??
?em *l*vatora Fi?e,i mriff.
P ? IIH, Rue lllanclie aear O'd Opera, Penalon 1st rlaa?
rarlS, lilei't', batbo. ?unity room?. e\, I rook. Hoilerate.
.-^
WUU TO ?HOP I\ EIROPB.
Debenham & Freebody,
silk?. La***, lire? Good?,
(?illume?, Hull. Kur?.
tnlli|ue Kiimlture. ?le.
WIOMORE STREET, I.OMiox. W.
CLOSB3 TO LANCHAS! HOTEL.
WAUKENPHAST SHOES,
60 Haymarket, London,
_8. W.
Peter Robinson,
Dry Goods Store, Oxford-st., London,
One Hundred Shopsand Show-Rooms.
Latest fashions and best stvle.
TheCrafton Fur Co.? Ltd.
ART FURRIERS*
The Leading House for
Furs in Loudon*
104, New Bond St., London,
PARIS SHOPS.
LOUIS MlTTON'S
AMERICANS' FAVORITE
TRUNKS AND BAOS
rattll iioisK p? ?j? it RlJE scribe
CHAMPS-ELYSEES BRANCH
57, AVENUE MARCEAU
LONDON, 454 STRAND.
AltflVHT rSJMCI IV TIIK HOKI.D~.4M, PRlr?
FURS!
FURS! FURS!
P. M. Grunwaldt,
? HUB UK |,A l?AIX. PARIS.
I.ar?e?t ?Mortuent of flaeat f?r?, Black, Sllrer aad HI??
rot??, Kui.Un Sable, S.?l Ha?? aad (,?rni?iiU la X?w??t
?l>?p?.. < br.p..t pri?e?.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKETS.
Liverpool. Nov. 3. 3:46 p. m.?Beef?Extra India
men? firm at r>2? ?Id; prim? me?a firm at 42? ?d Pork ?
Prime me.?, We.tern fine, firm at 50?; do medium firm
?? 42? M? "?"??-?h0? "lt. ubout 14 t. 18 Ib. eaay ?t
?M M. Racon?Cumberlunl cut. about 28 to 80 th eaay
at 33?; ?horl rib. about 20 to 24 tb, ea?y at 2?? M:
)BS*jfa middle?, light, about 85 to 38 lb, ea.y ut
US. ..: ??"L cl??r mUldl**. h?avy. about 40 to 46 lb.
May .t 3?* M; ?h?rt clear middle?, heavy, about 42 to 60
The International Palace Hotels.
The Gbealreh Palace. _
CAIRO .E?rjrpt.
Tue Rlvlem Palace, _
XICE .Fraace.
Tlie Avenida Palace, .
Li s no > ... :. Portmajal.
The La Pina?*, _ . ,
OSTE X D .Dele Usa.
The Muloja Pain??*. . .
M ALOJA. ENGADINE.Swltserlaa?.
The Sninmer Palace.
THKR api A. .Turkey.
The Pera Palace.
CONSTANTINOPLE .Tarkey.
The (.?I. Hotel International,
I1RINDISI .?,.Italy.
For Information, tickets to all point? and to reservo ss*>
cnmmodatlon apply International S. C. C?>.'? Offlcea, 14
Cock?pur-?t., London, or 3 Dace de l'Op?ra, Pari?. _
Hotel Chatham,
-Paris.^^5
Hotel Binda,
Paris.
RESTAURANT P. CUBAT.
25 CHAMPS ELYSEE. PARIS.
Most elegant and luxurious in Europe. Recommended
to Americans for perfect cuisine and fine wines.
GRAND HOTEL de I'ATHENEE.
15 RUE SCRIBE.
OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA.
The Modern Hotel of Paris.
E. AKMBRUSTER,_Managet\_
Hotel de Lille et d'Albion
228k Rue St. Honore, Parla,
BtM-Waan the Tuileri 3 Gardens, Place Vendom?
and New Optra. Advantaerr-ous arrangements for
families. Beautiful Hr.ll. Large Drawing Room?,
Electric Light, &c Telegrams, "Llllalblon,"
Paris._ HENRY ABADIE.
Grand HotellSsr-*
)> Ret;l?tere4.
[Hailnar Tlrkatf
sieeptnc tar.
' OlBre?, ?to.
Milan.
Hotel de la Ville.
Milan.
?.?err Modern Keaulilte for
Trareller?' (omforL
' HOTEL
ROYAL DANIELI
ALL MOfiKRN COMFORTS.
NKWLY REFITTED.
St?im Heat.
VENICE. J Hail-ray Ticket*,
Gra?d (anal,
bpleadld Titra.
Electric Light,
Two Lift*.
Grand Hotel
mau I Best Appon
Venice. L?ia
Hi? a r'rontaae of 3??0 V eet on the
fir?ad Canal.
K? no ?raed aa
belag the
Best a piloted
Spiti * Pianla,
Proprietor?.
Florence.
CRAND HOTEL d'ITALIE.
the: only modern hotel i??t
FLORENCE.
The Savoy Hotel.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL,
ROYAL. L>K L.A. PAIX,
Florence.
Florence, Hotel de la Ville.
Electricity, Steaniheat, Wintergardei?
Rome, Italy.
Grand Hotel,
Opened in 1894.
The most complete of
Modern Hotels. Electric
light throughout. American
elevators.
re Ritz ***s9 ????i."
v. mit, Ua?fc
>???"? tsssrxr
I.A. Pfyffer. " T^S? *"~?
Rome, Italy.
Cd Hotel Quirinal
ll'ahlj reputed and fasliliiaahle Flrst-CIsi* Hotel la
" let i
the h.-ali lilr-t ?ad llne.t part ot Koaie. Hertrle 11 ?ht
In ererr rnum. Ilriutirul tiarden fall South. Grav?t
Hall. >??? ?ad moht prrfert ?aolUrr ?rranaeaeata.
OM.T 110 in. I\ HO ?it: win; sit.kM H ? AT
THKlHIiHOlT.
Jew Proprietor, tl I t II k K Dl'RREB.
ftirand Hotel Xedlierraaee. I'etll.
Dr.- i. ii??.?.J ?.read lintel Europe, l.urerae.
Hran.-h IL u,e,, ,?.?., ??.^ Mg7* ?, .^ ???. luewmt,
rrhorn ?ear Lureme.
TURIN.
Grand Hotel, et d'Europe
~~ MENTONES
Gd. Hotel Iles Britannique.
"Cosmopolitan,"
Es=r ?Mice.52^^
AMERICAN HOTEL.
1 ? 11 m ""*
Hotel des Iles
Britan n ?q ues.
NICK, FRANCE.
HOTEL DE FRANCE,
?HK BEST SITTJATKD.
Leali Schffltii??, Manager, and la fcaamer I ?otter af
??splendid Hotel," Oitead.
KLECTBK' I.IIIHT IX EVE BY BOOM. ELKVATOI.
t ANNES. FRANCE.
Hotel Beau Site,
Cannes.
HOTEL de l'EST?REL,
Cannes.
i _b? . a
(European Bankers.
?yV\/VVNAAA/V\/VVVNA/S/S/S^??????????????<<VS^<VNe>^??^?V?Ae>???^
Banque du Commerce.
^ CANNES.
?Correspondents of th? principal American Banking
Houses, Including: Drexel. Morgan A Co., John Ruare*
A Co., O. W. Sellf.nan ft Co.. ?nd Kennedy a Co.
Foreign Money Exchanged.
CAHL81IAD^?????ll*tlw ?*"***???'?????s
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lb steady at 25?; clear belli??, about 12 to 14 lb. easy at
SO?. Hhouldrr*?About 12 to 14 lb. dull at 20a. Lard?
Prime Wettern spot dull ?t 23? ?d. Cheete? American
finest white and colored firm at ?1? for September main.
Tallow?Prime city ?teady at 20?. Cottonseed oil?Lit*.
rrpool refined stesdy ?t Ida (Id. Spirit? of turpentlna
firm at 21?. Ro?ln?Common firm ?t ft?. Wheat?N?
1 Northern spring firm at ?s TVfcd. Corn?Mixed Waaa?
ern. ?pot old. firm at 8? Sd; November Arm at ?a
December firm at 8? 8?*d; January Ann "
Flour?8t Loul? fancy winter Arm at
Loudoa?Paclflo Coaat Arm at ?0?#T?a\
?mum waaa*
trm at ?a 2%d|
m at ?a Ud.
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