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BOSTON STOCKS. "
> ,rur-.USfi by K. L. Day & Co.. No. 1 Broad-*.)
D*c. 11. Die. tt. ! Dec 21. Dae 22.
.T i. ? F com. «4 4«H! New- Ec* land 65.108 V lO$»i
*i . pre n% ?* Edison saw m..ai 215
.-Tel * Tel.. 1.15 Old Dem Ma«..: 2S» 29V«
|nJKO>com.lffl 14<l\ Atlantic 27 27
*%, ref US\k 1 * Bo« * M0nt....31» 321
aS & Albany.. 2s3 2SSH Butt* A Boat 82 81
S) AMe com 1»H '«*"»» Cal & Heels, MS MS
T:ic Bur * Qy.m* 141S Centennial 214 21U
rtrhbur* RdpMSm* 13<4 Franklin — - 15»4 15
Lr, E'.ee cora..m* «*«* Oaeeola, TSH 734
"To pref 14« ISO Qulney ..-. 1T2»? 174
jtfxlfan Cwit... 14S Tamarack 817 IST
njj Colony ... 202 202 i Wolverines ...... 45^ ' *RV
rf Rubber com 28 2S I Boston Elev. IS7H 188
pnlon Pac com. 77»4 77H Arcadian 11<{ 21*4
«>•! End com. . M M Wyandotte ...... IV iw
»•»*: Elec com. RS*4 6*4 Allouej »i$ "_»'
do r»f 65 65 I Dominion 00aJ . . . M%,
itchtson «• 101 V 101.
CHICAGO BTOCKB.
<Furni*n«4 by Walker Brothers, No. Tt Broadway).
t I High. I Low. 1 Ohm.
American Unseed pref I jm\ StliL I ; . -a
Am «Ican Strawboard SIS 31H 31V
Cr.w««: Vnion Traction 11^ HV 11\»
do preferred 45 42 45
jjrtrrpolStan Elevated pref.. K3W S3lj *.. -,
«o « ! •* OS «>
Rational -Diacuit — ..I 37% ST% 87*
\ve*t Chicago I pen t»S 1 •«,
THE TRADE IX CHICAGO
Chicago. Dec. n (Special).— There has been to-day
the typical holiday sort of wheat market, the
jirire* »lrt»in %c and dosing unchanged to %c over
Friday. Wheat to-nierht is practically where It
r»f last Saturday: May opened at 72Tic. sold be
twKn ?:\c bid and TS^,c and closed at 7SM,c sellers;
January closed at 7O*i@7oHc. Foreigm markets were
is dull as this; practically unchanged. All domes-
M? markets will be closed until Wednesday: all
:or<-Urn markets until Thursday. Primary receipts
r.f-Ve iarce. so were the carlots at Minneapolis and
Duiuth. til cars In the Northwest and 794,000 bushels
nt rrimary points There were large clearances,
ZSlfCti bushels. Local receipts this week have ex
>*-Mi. <\ shipments by 500.000 bushels, but this will not
enow in the stock, for most of it has gone into
private houses ; Minneapolis reported liberal flour
*ales. Th.-re Trill be some Increase on passage;
morld's shipments will be about 7,000.000 bushels.
The visible supply prospect is uncertain, but there
»¦' prohahly be a decrease.
'There was a weak corn market to-day; the De
cember off at one time lV»c. the May and the Janu
ary off *»c to %c The close shewed some recovery
from the bottom, with the last prices %c to lc
iinder Friday's. December sold from SSȣc to 37^c.
""and closed at 37*ic. January closed at 85 7 ic: the
Slay at S5 s *c. Tn« Incident was heavy selling by
Phillips, who was the bull influence in November.
He sold about 500.000 bushels for January and May.
but Is supposed to have got the order from Seav
ems. Phillips, however. Is bearish himself. The
corn talent generally has become bearish. There is
no fle-n left of any December squeeze. Receipts
here were €31 cars, with 610 for Monday. Cables
were Vid to lower. Primary receipts this week
have been almost three times the same week
ISFt year. Clearances keep large— 7B4.ooo bushels to
4»y and 5.4*5. bushels for the week. Country
offerings are liberal. Shipping sales were 180.000
bushels. . .
Oats have been practically without any range to
day Prices are where they were last night and
exactly where they were last week. May, 23% c.
Receipts were 24* cars, with 240 for Wednesday.
Clearances were 102.000 bushels.
Flaxseed was dull, with few transactions, but
prices about where they left off Friday; the No. 1
each tl 58. the December SI 58 sellers and the May
$1 FT bid. There were 85 ears of seed at the three
points.
Provisions.— Prices held their own. with not much
trade. There were 19.000 hogs, with prices at the
yards firm. The Cudahys continue to give some
support to December lard. Estimates on lard
stocks run as high as 44.000 tierces, an increase for
the week of 80.090 tierces; but the figures are con
sidered high. Packers are all at work making lard
and the Cudahys are active in shipping it out. The
merit is mixed. Only 160,000 bogs expected next
week.
financial.
, New York. December 19, l»u0.
NOTICE
TO STOtnCHOLDETiS .
or the
Metropolitan Street Railway Company:
Feven million dollars par value of the unissued auth<"<r
n' capital stock of this corporation Is offered for ȟb
•rrtntwn to the ••'-¦'•khoia^rß at the price of $180 for each
»h»r« of the par \alue cf $100 upon the following cor.d!
tlcfi*:
. 1. Each stockholder of record upon the books of the
corpnratfun at the rloj=t of business on December M, l.» : >.
may subs-cribe for such numtier -,t sh&res of stack as will
be *^jual to eeven fertv-fiflhs (7— £>) of his holdings or any
le«s j<art thereof.
2.' Subscriptions mu»t If In writing. and must be de
livered to the ftecr»»tary OS tJI ? corporation at the office of
the Coxnpasy. 021 : .a.'.v. ..\, N.-.v York, before 3 I". M..
on .I»nu«r- ]•"•. 11*1. fc.i<i Fub?or:i>*TS rr.urt sp<»olfy In their
subsTljiiions their name and the full amount of stock
Standing ;:. ih'-ir nam«- upon the books of th» corporation.
2. I'ajir.ents at the rate of $00 r#r share in cash or by
c+.eck :nu»t accompany each «ut»cripti m. and the balance.
ai :I>* rate of $100 per ?hair, must be paid on or before
January ." l»0:. whereupon clock <-*-rtlnratea will be Is
sued, .x.;-. tea 1 for fractional ports of a share non
fiividend-b^aring ecrip «Q be iM=u*-d. for which, when
preKT.ted to the r*- - ar\ in amounts representing entire
shire*. rto<-k c»rtiflcat«« «lil I*- substituted.
i Default in making th» final payment will, at the
Ijr.icn *>f th<? CcnspMny. forfeit the mhserlbers" rights,
toth In <-?.-!-«> to •!» fork —iilMiai for and in regard
*Mm Man palrt at th* Tlni ' of nubscrlptlon.
n>- order of tJir Hoard.
H. H. VREKLAND. Preri-Jent.
CHARLES ?.. WAhF.EN. S»«-reiar>-.
To the Stockholders
OF THE
¦EiiiOAN STEEL AID WIRE CO.
PROXIES.
M Th* rfHju^M nt the ¦ Mat* of a large amount of the
pr*r«>rr«J and ¦ r-n"n storks af thle company. we solicit
U* cooperation »nd eopport of aI! Mook holders mho dfrlre
the *l»rtir.n of an fffinmt Board of Directors st the next
acrual rrr«-t:r.|; to t* heM on the tUt day cf February.
IV<l. v,> are prepared to receive proxies entitling us to
vole rt^rk at said :. • <--:ng.
L!i.i k form* cf proxies can I* obtained at our office.
WELLES. HERRICK & HICKS,
13 WALL ST., XI2\V YORK.
liliin Wilkesbarre Coal Co.
IST MTGL 6s, DUE 1933,
Ilontrht and Sold by
GUSTAVUS MA AS,
26 Broad St
EM. I*o. Tele. 2137 Cortlandt.
o i l -west in oiL-rr a r,. op r^
amour' of money from smsli investment In Oil since the
<•*)'* of ivt.nsy'.van.a Oil excitement. We have I,l*oo
*"'<-» of Oil lands n«-ar the great 7.000 barrel gushers In
the H'^ndctful l-and Fork Oil Fields In Lewis County, W.
y*. Portion of our stock offered at S cents on the dol
lar. Money to be used In drilling wells. Property all
fetid for. bturk full paid and noo-assessable. For further
»*rUcuitr* address BAND FORK OIL * GAS CO..
Peabody Building, Wheeling. W. Va.
f po HE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NORTH
AMERICAN COMPAXT.— Pursuant to resolutions of
the ¦aw*' of Directors, duly adopted on December 18th.
" ¥ *'. a tj/^cial meeting of the stockholders of the North
Aajerican Company will b* held at th» principal office of
ti«e /Company in N*w Jersey, the Prudential building,
KutnWr '.til Broad Street. Newark, on Monday, the 21st
<Wy of January. 1901. at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose
of considering and acting upon a proposition to decrease
til* authorized capita I stock of the Company to $12,600,000.
to consist of 120.000 •hare*, and the outstanding capital
Keck to JI!.:CS.7('». to consist of 119,867 shares, of the par
»«Jue of «100 each, by the issue of certificates In the pro
portion of one share for each 8H shares of the present
outstanding capital stock; and to consider and act upon a
J>ropotlUon to Increase the number of directors of the
Company from 0 to 12. , '¦'¦"'
* r the purposes of this meeting, the stock transfer
boon* of the company will be closed on Friday . lh f,, 2Bth
**» of December. iS&O. at 8 o'clock P. M.. and wll| I re
¦>*in el'jied until Tuesday, the 22d day of January. 1001,
at M o'clock A. U.
Uy order of the Boa*. ga^ %y BUnT< g#creUfy
6ULLIVA!* & CROMWELL, Counsel.
T£OLDERS of Missouri War claims may serve
their interests by communicating with the under
«lra«l. himself a very lara* owner. By comparing note*
a»(J united action stapa can to taken to secure recogni
tion. Address D.. P. O. Box 1.7«. New Tor* City.
A RE YOU ANXIOUS to Secure Regular. R.
liable. H*mAr Income without rick of tear Try
f lorry's J'fth-l. Always H<k«*s4s. Writ* far Particulars.
;¦ ! 7. EWAHT 6TO«Sy. Bow. Philadelphia.
_ " .financial.?
- $100,000
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. ,
Genera! Mortgage Gold 4s, due 1989.
$100,000
Milwddkee- Light, Heat & Traction
First Mortgage Gold ss, doe 1929.
$75,000
Erie Railroad v
First Consol. Mtge. Prior Gold 4s, due 19%.
$40,000
Chicago, Rock island & Pacific Ry.
General Mortgage Gold 4s, due 1988.
$50,000
Central Railroad of New Jersey
General Mortgage Gold Ss, due 1987.
$10,000
Chicago & Erie Railroad f
First Mortgage Gold ss, due 1982.
$8,000
Union Pacific Railroad
Utah & North. Consol. Gold ss, due 1926.
$10,000
Chicago, Ind. & Louisville R'y.
Chic. & Indianap. Ist Mtge. Gold 6s, due 1911.
FULL PARTICULARS REGARDING THESE AND
OTHER HIGH-GRADE INVESTMENT SECURITIES
FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
Tracy & Co« 5
BANKERS,
36 WALL STREET.
HOYLE
Hoyle sent his correspondents the following let
ter on THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13TH:
•Tou will have an opportunity to cover shorts to
morrow (Friday) and THEN YOU CAN TAKE THD
LONG SIDE WITH SAFETY AND HOLD. The. Multi
millionaires are buying Erie Com. and First Preferred
for a ten-point rls«. When I tell you the Multimill
ionaires are buying the Erics. I mean what I say."
The next day (Friday) Sugar sold at 1225 : St. Paul.
126H; No. Pac. Com.. 71: etc.. etc. Everything within
one point of reaction bottom. Sugar has gained 15 points.
St. Paul. 9; No. Pac. 14: Erie. 10; and everything from
6 to 15 taints. All Hoyle claims is that he will call the
••TOPS AND BOTTOMS" WITHIN ONE POINT IN
BOTH BULL AND PEAR CAMPAIGN'S. So far he has
not failed rmce his letters have been Issued, now almost
two year*.
If you can change your mind within 48 hours you need
not lose money If you follow his letters. When No.
Pac. was selling at 48 In Oct.. .Hoyle pointed out that
the road was earning 9 per cent, on the common stock
and had a surplus of nine million dollars. Shortly after
he said in this column it would sell In the eighties, and
asked to have his prophecy recalled when the price was
reached. It acid at !-5 this week. When B. Q. 'sells at
150. and Mo. P. at 75, two more of his prophecies (given
three months ago) will have come true. Letters limited
to 200 pay subscribers. Price $10 a month. MAILED
AT 4 P. M. IN PLAIN SEALED ENVELOPES. Sample
letters sent free. Something important coming. "Hoyle's
Game In Wall Street" Is the original standard work on
speculation. Price, 80c.
"HOYLE"
Make checks payable to J. HOYLE.
6 1 Broadway, N. Y.
New York, Dec. 22, 1900.
For the convenience of our uptown
customers, we have opened a branch
office at 640 'ladison Aye., Corner of
59th Street, which is connected with
our main office at 30 Broad St. by
private wire.
CURTIS & ROMAINE,
( CON. STOCK EXCHANGE.
Members ] N. Y. COTTON EXCHANGE.
( N. Y. PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
ENNIS & STOPPANS
»f. m <^^. $ Consolidated Stock Exchange)-. 1lic «
Members , Xew York Produce Exchange > Est - IBSS
• • ' BA\KKK« A.M> IIROKKKS.
34 NEW ST. | H Broad St.. N. Y. (Tel. 5(50 Broad.)
UST OP DESIRABLE
STOCK and BOND
INVESTMENTS
Sent l|ion Application.
Solicit orders, purchase or sale, cash or margin.
STOCKS. WHEAT. COTTON.
A dally market letter, eiving outline of markets. Quo
tations, free; also, monthly table with prices Tfov.
I'ptnwn Brunch Office. ,
ASTOH COI'KT. U!> W. .'MTII ST.
\<! Jo in I iik: "Wnltlnrr-AMorfn."
Settlings Banks.
MORTH RIVER SAVINGS BANK,
206 We*t 3-tth Street. (Near Eighth Avenue).
70th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND.
rrHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES have directed
..hat interest bo credited depositors on Dec. 31st. 1900.
at the rate of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT,
per annum on sums of .<.".<«> to $3,000.
Deposits made on or before January 10th will draw ln
tere*t from January Jet.
SAMI'ET. D. STYLES, President.
ALEXANDER C. MILNE. Treasurer..
IRVING M. SHAW. Secretary.
CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK,
M and 58 BOWERY. COR. CANAL ST.
MST SE.MI-AX.MTAL DIVIDEND.
The Trustees have ordered that interest at the rate of
THREE AND ONE-HALF i.V.i PER CENT, per annum
be paid 1 to depositors on an. after January 14th on
all Rum* of »5 ar.d up to #:i,<XM> whifh have remained
on deposit for the three or six months ending December
31, liXMI, in accordance with the by-laws and rules of
the bank. Money deposited on or before January loth
will draw Interest from January Int.
HENRY HASLER, President.
. CHARLES W. HELD, Secretary-
HENRY SAYLER, Assistant Secretary-
The Bowery Savings Bank,
128 AND 130 BOWERY.
NEW YORK. De«. 20, 1900.
A semi-annual dividend at the rate, of FOUR
PER CENT, per annum has been declared and will
be credited to depositor* on all sums of $5.00 and
upward and not exceeding $3,000 which shall have
been deposited at least three months on the first
day of January next, and will be payable on and
after Monday. January 21, 1001.
Money deposited on or before January 10, 1801,
will draw Interest from January 1.
JOHN D. HICKS. President.
HENRY A. SCHENCK. Comptroller.
.financial HUttings.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholders
of Drevet Manufacturing Company for the Election
of Directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction
of such other business as may properly come before the
meeting will be held at the ofilce of the Company, No.
67 A SO Prince St.. In the Borough of Manhattan, City of
New York, on Thursday. Jan. 10th, 1901, at Two o'clock
In th« afternoon. JOHN L. BAKER, Treasurer.
Dated Dee. 22d, 1900.
.financial elections.
rmiE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK,
101 Broadway, New York, December 6th, 1900.— Tha
annual election for Directors of this Bank will be held at
the Banking Bouse on Tuesday. January tth. 1801. between
ti.t hour* of 12 M. and 1 V. M.
JAMES V. LOTT. Cashier.
i * DVERTISEMENTB and subscriptions for The Tribune
J\_ received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.2*2 Broadway.
raetivM at thtlr Uptown Office. No. 1.242 linmdway.
li door north of 31st -at., until 8 o'clock p. m.; advertise
ments received at the following branch offices at rerulajr
office ratea jr.Ul 8 o'clock p. no., viz.: 284 Bth-av« , a. •.
ccr. 23d-«u: IM .tb-ave,. cor, 12th-st,: Mary's. 6th-av». .
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900.
iiankcrs and DroKeta . |
.W.Poor Ba S ere
&p n Dealers
UUlj IN
18 Wall St, Investment.
New York. Securities.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
H. B. Hollins & Co.,
WALL & BROAD STS.. NEW YORK.
3letterß~~of Crebft
FOR TRAVELLERS
Available in all parts
of the World-
Drxw Bills of Exchange and m&kt
Cable Transfers.
Kountze Brothers.
BANKERS,
Broadway & Cedar St., NEW YORK.
BUY AND SELL
Investment Securities.
Receive accounts of Corporations, Firms
and Individuals on favorable terms.
Make loans against approved collateral. ..
LETTERS OF CREDIT.
¦fl-v « 4 . Transact a, central
\J r% /~l flin II f\ f banking business.
l\ CIJ {IllllllJa Receive deposits
*VVV Vf ** 111V/11V *5 tubject to draft. Divi
dends and interest col
f/¦ c* /** lected and remitted.
It Of*** At* I A Act " Fiscal Agtnt
jverr ex VU. {f^/^T^rSS
mvirrn« roads, street railways,
At BACKERS. v i * a 8 companies, etc
41 TV ALL ST.. N. T. Securities bought and
Members Isold en commission.
VS. T. Stock Exehanes. DEAL IN
Hlsrh-Gradc Investment Securities.
Lists of current offericrs sent on application.
PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS.
GRAHAM. KERH A CO.
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
r-ASSAU & PINE STS., NEW YORK CUT
13 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON.
Dealers In U. S. Government Bond* and
ether Investment Securities. De
posits received and interest
allowed on Balances.
WALKER BROS.,
71 BROADWAY.
Members yew York Stock Exchange.
Safety Gar Heating & Lighting Go.StOGk
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Established IS6S. TeL call 23.53 Cortlandt.
FRED. H. SMITH.
STOCK BROKER, 8 BROAD ST., X. Y.
Member N. Y. Con. Stock Exchange.
STOCKS. BONDS AND GRAIN
Bought, sold and carried upen moderate margin.
COMMISSION 1-IG.
Book of Railway Statistics upon application. .
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANKERS.
11, 13, 15 & 17 Broad St.
Members If. Y. Stock ICxchonsre.
Orders executed for Investment or on margin. Interest
allowed on deposits, subject to check at sight. Act as
Financial Agents for Corporations and Investors. Indus
trial Combinations Organized.
Government and other Investment Bonds
bought and Hold.
BRANCH OFFICES:
12 TV. Md St.. op. Waldorf.] 202 Bth Aye.. cor. 23th St.
48T B'way. Silk Ex. Bldg. [56 'Worth &89 Thomas St.
87 Hudson St.. Merc. Ex. 1 16 Court St.. Brooklyn.
BANK & TRUST CO.
STOCKS
DEALT IN.
CLIKTGN GILBERT
2 WALL ST..
C. F. FROTHINGHAM,
20 BROAD STREET.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
COPPER, COAL and IRON PROPERTIES.
AnsnstiiN S. Gorhnm. Tel. 1502 Cortlandt.
John B. Van SchaicU. Cable Tarpoleum.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
N. Y. Stock Exchange,
MKMBEUS OP Prodnee EicliniiKe, an.l
Chicago Board of Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
Baltimore. 221 Hast German St. w
Branch Office. 14 W. 3Sd. Telephone 379 Mad. Sq.
FOR SALE.
\merican Bridge Common
(Pooled Stock).
Frederic H. Hatch,
So. 3O Brond Street.
.-HAVEN' ft STOUT,
BANKERS VM) BROKERS,
1 Naswan Street, Cor. Wai! St.
Members of the New York Stock Exchange.
BONDS. STOCKS, COTTON. GRAIN.
I F. MBAD. T. H. CURTI3,
I. F. Mead & Co.,
44 * 40 BROADWAY. N. T. „ "
Twenty-flva years' membership In N. T. Stock Exeh.
STOCKS & BONDS *#
Bought and sold for ca*h, or on margin. .
J3ipi&en& Notices.
THE NEW YORK AIR BRAKE COMPANY.
66 Broadway. New York, December 19, 1900.
rnHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of this Com
pany at a meeting held this day, declared a quar
terly dividend Of TWO PER CENT, payable at th« Com
pany's office In New York, on the 15th day of January.
1901 to stockholders of record at the close of business
On Tran.^r d bo^s wMi c?oT.- at 3 P. M. January 2nd and
open at 10 A. M. January ™%IQ.% IQ . Tre a.urer.
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chioaso and St. I.i.ul*
( '" v ' UallTrnr Company.
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS has declared a
¦*- Dividend of ONE AND ONE -gI'ARTER PER CENT,
on the Preferred Capital Stock, payable January 21st
next at the office of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co.. New
York to stockholders of record at 12 o'clock noon. Janu
ary I2th at which time the transfer book* will be closed.
The books will be reopened January 22d.
Tne doors w CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
NATIONAL, BROADWAY DANK.
102 D DIVIDEND.
New York. December 19th, 1900.
rpIIE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have this day
A declared a semi-annual dividend of Six Per Cent.,
(r«« of t»i nayable on the 3d day of January MM.
Tht t?in.fer' bboka will be closed on December 19th. 1800
it V "clock -p. m.. and reopened January M . ItWI, at »
o'clock a. m. . . ' cl Aa- ,: DAYj CMWer .
Crnst Companies.
FIDELITY^ TRUST (ȴ,
NEWARK, N. J.
Capital ............ $1,000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits . 1,331,235.98
AULOW3 INTEREST ON* dally balance* of $1,000 or
over, subject to check at sight, and transacts a general
banking bustnes*. ;.' '-"."" U
AUTHORIZED BY LAW to act as Executor. Trustee.
Administrator. Guardian. Assignee. Recelvtr. and In all
fiduciary capacities, both under court and personal ap
pointment. . ..."
TAKES ENTIRE CHARGE of Real and Personal Em- j
tates.
RENTS SAFE? AND stores valuables la well-guarded
Burglar and Fire-proof Vault*.
GUARANTEES TITLES of Real Estate throughout
New Jersey.
Acts as Trustee under .nortgage. Registrar end Trans
fer Agent of Stocks and Bonds of Corporations.
OFFICERS:
t'ZAL H. MeCARTEK President j
JOII\ F. DRYDEX. Yice-Prea deal
JEKO»E TAYLOR,
Sd Vice-I'reafdent and Trait Officer
FREDERICK W. GU.VKH, ...
Secretary and Treasurer
DIRECTORS:
JOHN F. DRTDEN. JKKOME TAYLOR,
JAMES W. ALEXANDER, J. HERBERT BAL
JAMES H. HYDE. LANTINE.
LESLIE D. WARD. WILLIAM N. COLER. JR..
THOMAS H. McCARTER, THOMAS N. McCARTER.
EDGAR B. WARD. JR..
WILLIAM SCHEERER, WILLIAM H. STAAKE. ..
BCHUYLER B. JACKSON, FORREST F. PRY PEN.
CHARLES A. FEICK. HENRY S. REDMOND.
UZAL H. McCARTER. BERNARD STRAUSS. •
N.Y. Security & Trust Go.
46 WALL STREET. NEW YORK. |
Capital & Surplus - $3,000,000.
CHARLES S. FAIRCHILD.
President.
ABRAM M. HYATT. 2d Vice-Prest.
OSHORX W. BRIGHT, ZKI.AII VAN LOAN.
Secretary. Asm. Secretary.
TRUSTEES! '
Charles S. Fatrchlld. Frederic K. Condert, !
Jamea J. Hill, B. A> mar Sands,
William F. Buckley, John W. Sterling.
Stuart G. Kelson, ; John A. McCall, •" •
il;i.is<m Hoaglnnd, ' James A. Blair. ;
James Stlllman, Frank \\ . Steams,
M. C. D. Borden, Edci'd D. Randolph.
John G. McCnlloairh. Al<iu<«- V. Walker,
Edward t'hl, George W. Perkins,
Abram M. Hyatt.
This company Is authorized to act as Executor, Trus
tee, Administrator. Guardian. Agent. Receiver, Registrar
and Transfer Agent. ...
Receives deposits subject to sight drafts, allowing inter
est on dally balances.
BOND DEPARTMENT.
CAREFULLY CHOSEN SECURITIES FOR INVEST
MENT ALWAYS ON HAND.
tDimbcn& Notices.
NEW YORK OFFICE OF THE
AMERICAN BRIDGE COnPANY.
100 Broadway. Dec. IT. 1900.
!^T A MEETING of the Board of Directors
held this day there was declared from ' the surplus
net earnings a dividend of TWO AND FIVE-EIGHTHS
PER CENT. <2H%) on the Preferred Stock of this Com
pany, In full for the period up to Oct. 1. 1900. payable
Jan. 24, 1901. to the holders of record of the Preferred
Stock at the closing of the transfer books on Jan. 10. 1001.
For the purpose of such dividend, the Preferred Stock
transfer books will be closed at 3 P. M. on Jan. 10, 1901,
and reopened at 10 A. M. on Jan. 25; 1001.
AMERICAN BRIDGE COMPANY.
By H. SCHOO.VMAKER, Secretary.
23 Wall Street.
New York. Dec. 17. 1900.
QN JAN. 24, 1901, the undersigned will be pre
pared to distribute the above dividend of TWO AND
FIVE-EIGHTHS PER CENT. (2^<~<). when received by
them, among the registered holders of their Trust Re
ceipts for Preferred Stock of the American Bridge Com
pany. " J. P. MORGAN & CO.
Oftlce of the
MARYLAND COAL COMPANY.
No. 1 Broadway. New York. Dec sth, If>oo.
A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of
Directors held this day a semi-annual dividend of
TWO PER CENT, and an extra dividend of ONE PER
CENT, were declared on the Preferred Stock, payable De
cember 31st, 1800. to preferred stockholders of record Dec.
18th, 1900. ¦ > . .. . .
Transfer books close December : 18th, 1900, and reopen
January 2d. 1901.
Checks will be mailed.
H. B. NEDHAM. Treasurer.
THE WASHINGTON" TRUST COMPANY
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
2*o Broadway. New York, December 19th, 1900.
J^ DIVIDEND OP FIVE I*ER CENT, on the
"* capital stock of this company has this day been de
clared payable on and after January 2d. 1901.
Transfer books close on December 24 th and reopen Jan
uary 3d, 1901.
FRANCIS H. PAGE. Secretary.
THE CHATHAM NATIONAL BANK.
1 QIWKTERLY DIVIDEND.
J^ QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF FOUR PER
CENT, out of the earnings of the past three months
has this day been declared by the Board of Directors,
payable on and after January 2d. 1901. until which date
transfer books will be closed. ¦ ¦ •
H. P. DOREMUS. Cashier.
New York, December 21st, 1900. '
PURE MARQIETTE RAILROAD CO.
Boston, Mass., Dei-ember 22. 1900.
PRINCIPAL and interest of Holly, Wayne &
Monroe First Mortgage 8% bonds and Pere Marque.tt*
Transportation Company 6% bonds, due January Ist.. 1901,
and coupons due January Ist, 1901, from Pere Marquette
Transportation Company bond's, will be paid on and after
that date at the office of Robert Wlnthrop & Co.. 40 Wall
Street, New York.
CHARLES MBRRIAM. i Treasurer.
THE EXPLORATION CO. OF NEW YORK.
Mills Building. IS Broad St.
DIVIDEND NO. 12.
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of this cor
poration have this day, December 19th. declared a
semi-annual dividend of $5 per share, payable January
l.Vh, MM. Transfer bocks close December 31st, 1900.
and reopen January 16th. 1901. Checks will be mailed
to stockholders of record.
FREDERICK Q. CORNING. President.
Chicago Great Western Railway Co.'
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of the Chicago
Great Western Railway Co. have declared the semi
annual dividend of $2.60 per share on the Preferred A
stock for the half-year ending with December, 1900, pay
able on the 31st day of January, 1901, to the holders of
record on the last day of December, 1900, and In accord
ance with the contract pertaining to said 1 stock, have
ordered that the surplus earnings for said half-year ap
plicable for dividends on said stock shall be carried for
ward and held available for tha dividend of the second
half of the fiscal year ending with June, 1901.
The transfer books of the Preferred A Stock will be
closed from the close of business on the 24th day of
December. 1900, to the Ist day of January. 1001. ; •
By order of the Board of Directors.
... R. C. WIGHT. Secretary.
St. Paul. Minn., December BtH. 1900.- - - - ¦ -
Chicago Great Western Railway Co.
rpHE . 17th semi-annual payment of $2.00 per
share interest on the 4 per cent. Debenture Stock of
the Chicago Great Western Railway Company will be
made, according to the contract pertaining to said stock,
on the ISth day of January, 1901. to the holders of record
on the last day of December. 1900.
The transfer books of the 4 per cent. Debenture Stock
will be closed from the close of business on the 24th day
of December. 1900. to the Ist day of January. 1901.
By order of the Board of Directors.
R. C. WIGHT. Secretary.
St. Paul, Minn.. December Blh. 1900.
The Lake Shore and Michigan. Southern
Railway Company.
¦;.'.¦ Treasurer's Office, Grand Central Depot,
i New York. Dece-nber 20th 1900
JJIHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of this Com
pany have declared a semi-annual dividend of THREE
AND ONE-HALF PER CENT, on its Capital Stock, paya
ble at this office on Monday, the 28th day of January next,
to the stockholders of record at 3 o'clock P. M. on Mon
day, the 31st Instant.
There win be no closing of the transfer books for the
purposes of this dividend. /
E. D. WORCESTER,
Treasurer.
THE BANK OF AMERICA.
New York. December 21$t. 1900.
»pHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have to-day
declared a semi-annual dividend of seven (7) per cent.,
free of tax. payable January 2d, 1901. to stockholders of
record of this date. . .• .
The transfer books will remain closed until January 3d,
1901. - W. M. BKNNET. Cashier.
MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK >
of the City of New York. Dec. 19th. 1900. I
rpilE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have this day
declared A Semi-annual Dividend of Three Per Cent.
free of tax, payable on and after January 2d, 1901, until
I which date the transfer books will be closed. ' ; ¦
I A S. APGAR. Cashier.
Proposals.
S KALKD PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING
! *^ FRESH AND CONDENSED MILK for the MAN
! HATTAN STATE HOSPITALS, for a period of .six
I months from January I, 1901. may be sent by mall or
' delivered In person up to 4:30 o'clock P. M., Wednesday.
December 20. 19U0. to the undersigned, at the nfflce rf the
Hospitals, No. 1 Madison Avenue, New York city (where
full specifications may be obtained), at which time and
place the Hoard of Managers will receive and open all pro
posals. No bids shall be considered except from parties
wno are actual dealers In the commodities for which they
submit proposals. Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for 10 per cent, of the full amount, as a
guarantee that a contract will be entered Into If awarded.
A bond of some approved surety company for at least 25
per cent, of the gross amount will be required after award
for the faithful performance of the contract. The Hoard
of Managers reserve* the right to reject any and all bid*.
m it may deem (or tbe beat Interests of the State.
" a> HENRY E. HOW!. ¦
President Board of Managers. |
I\ntnmn Resorts.
FLORIDA EAST COAST ' HOTEL CO.
• The Hotels of the Florida East Coast Hotel Co. will open for the Season o!
1900-1001 on dates shown below: H| *
ST. AUGUSTINE: -/..- ¦
HOTEL AI.C\7.AR. Joarph P. f.rf«v». Mnansrr Now Opfn
HtiTKI, |.«\t ! Hi: I.KON, K..1..-rt - Mi< rrur. '.Mannurr Jj»»«Mir> l«5. 1901
COIIDOVA, Hooiu* Only >«»v» Oft*** JK^S
OR.HOND:
;» HOTEL ORMOXD, \n<ler«on * Price. Malingers... January 12.1901
PAL.T BEACH:
THE IIRE IKKII* ifnrmclv Palm Beach Inn). Fred «lrrri . Maancrr. I inn,.r, 18. l!n»l
HOTEL IIOVAL POINCIANA. Fred Stcrrr. Maaastr.... DMf Mb*r A ItW
HIA.1I:
HOTEL ROYAL FALM., H. W. Merrill, Manager. January IX. IM*
KEY WEST:
11 " *> 1* KEY : WEST •••••••*•••••••••••••••••••••••*«..•»•• Upru Alt the Year
NASSAU, N. P. Bahama Islands) :
HOTEL COLO XI AL. H. K. Until* Manaxrr.... '. ....inniiary I.*. 1!>"1
• ' UOVAL VICTOKIA, H. "E." Heroin. Mmi«i;<T.... ; December vi, IN*
Other Hotel* at stations on tie line of the Florida Last Coau Railway DMropen.
KEW JERSEY.
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
THE BRIGHTON OF AMERICA.
..; r . : . ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. ¦•.-,-,
OPEN THE ENTIRE YEAR.
: One of the. best equipped hotels; steam heat: elevator
to all floors: hot and cold baths; tee table. Sea View.
Ocean and Virginia Aye. ¦ "V '
,V ;V -' '"-Z-i MRS. V R. HAINES.
- ,'.;¦. ¦ Owner and Proprietor.
- DfIOTUIL .D-O!1D5OT ? ; .:"
-I ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. '• "
. Open Pavilion and heated Sun Parlor directly v— board-
Valk. Porches on a level with and Joined to boardwalk.
Sea and fresh private baths. Golf privileges. . , o .
JOSH.H WHITE & SON.
HOTEL TRATMORB. . ,-." V'
» ATLANTIC CTTT. M J.
Remain! op;n throughout the entire year.
Dlnisg .room enclosed: la glass. • Over, fifty private
baths attached to suites. gait and fresh ' water baths
in the house. Every modern luxury and appointment.
- : •-..- - D, S. WHITE, Jr..
¦i , ; Owner and Proprietor.
rnUK PENNHURST. Mlchlgan-e-r... second hous* frea
X Beach. Atlmtlo City. N. J.— Open entire year. El»-
M'.ar to street lev*l. A special m« lor tba <*ia.«r •«*
ton. ' Booklet mailed.
, , . JAMES HOOD.
: '- • LAKEWOOD. NEW JERSEY.
The Palace • Winter Hotel of the North, In th» Pine
Woods of New Jersey. * - . ' .
Perfectly appointed. ' '" ' Unequalled culstna.
Environment superb.
Four "hundred elegantly furnished bedrooms, one-half en
suite, with private baths and open fires. The famous
Hyfirotherapeutic Baths remain under the direction of the
house physician. .Write for booklet and diagram of
rooms. . ¦'¦'.. ¦ . JAMES N. BERRY. Manager.
¦• ; . . LAKEWOOD.
-Open from October 1 to June 1. .
A famous resort hotel In a famous hotel resort.
DAVID B. PLUMER. Manager.
A. J. Murphy. Assistant Manager.
. Golf at two club*.
LAKEWOOD. NEW JERSEY.
. Improved tn all essentials since last season, with new
Palm Room and other, attractive features.
DAVID B. PLUMER. Manager.
Horace Porter. Associate Manager.
THE TREMONT.
LAKEWOOD. N. J.
Comfortable winter house; near railroad station. For
circular address F. H. DAVIS, Lexington Avenue.
rnHD LEXINGTON. LAKEWOOD. N. J.
.JL Opposite Laurel House. Open all year. Sunny rooms,
.open wood Ores, private and public baths, steam heat,
electric lights. Kates $2.50 day and up.
" . A S. LaRRABEE. Prop.
THE TOWERS. Lakewood. N. J. Beautifully situated.
JL Delightful climate. Fine drives. Golf and all out
door amusements. House modem In every respect. Mod
erate rates. For full information address the proprietor.
C. J. HUNT.
y* , ' , PARK AVENUE HOTEL,
. ' PLAINFIELD. NEW JERSEY.
UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.
Refurnished and redecorated: new elevator; new open
Plumbing: private baths; electric light. .
F . . JOHN" D. BAILEY. Manager.
Formerly of Allenhurst Inn.
THE POPLARS. LAKEHURST. NEW JERSEY.
In the Pines of New Jersey, about seven miles south
of Lakewood. with the same train service. Small house;
homelike service and accommodations: references ex
changed. Address Miss A. T. BAIRD. Lakehnrst. N. J.
NORTH CAROLINA.
BILTMORE. ASHBVILLE. N. C.
OPENS JAN. 16TH. 1001. -.>._
One of the best appointed and most luxurious hotels In
the South. Magnificent mountain scenery. A climate
superior for Its tonic effects. GOLF, Orchestra and all
amusements. Send for booklet and particulars.
KITTRIDGE & BRYAN. MANAGERS.
WASHINGTON. D. C. . iv
If LnJ isL ¦& mJ UU Ira Ls uu iAi Ml p
WASHINGTON, D. C.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN FLAN. 1 :
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF.
Located In the most fashionable part of the city and
within five minutes* walk of the EXECUTIVE MANSION.
TREASURY. STATE. WAR and NAVT^EPARTMENTS:
VIRGINIA.
.wulniy KM inllyJ U §)rirau!lkj§) a
OPEN ALL. THE YEAR.
Bath House connected with Homestead Hotel. Waters
very beneficial for persons suffering with Rheumatism.
Gout and Nervous troubles. FREp STERRY ; Manasar .
SOUTH CAROLINA.
j (PDKHEKIQOOu®^
::' NORTH CAROLINA. .
Three fine hotels Including the Carolina, the largest
in the State. Fifty furnished cottages.
Address Resident Manager. Plnehnrst. N. C,
GEORGIA.
THOMASVILLE, C.A.
"" DOWN IN THE PINE FORESTS. *¦
COUNTRY CLUB. GOLF LINKS. QUAIL AND TRAP
wu . SHOOTING, BICYCLE PATHS. . •
HARVEY & WOOD. Hotel Bellevue. Boston.
8 Park Place. New York. Mondays. 10 to 12.
nn/ir\ c TPr^n !TD/T\ITVI n HO? AUGUSTA.
DQQ) irLE>li=> IjdGDLvj /4\Ulm 9 oa.
This well-known hotel will open Dec. 15th. 1900. Select
oatronage. An excellent Golf Course and facilities for all
outdoor sports Only 22 hours from N. V.. three through
trains dally with Pullman accommodations. For partic
ulars address. - C.G..TRUSSELL, Manager.
Also • Manager New Frontenac, Thousand . Islands. St.
Lawrence River. N. Y. One of the most elegant of sum
mer hotels. ' ¦ ¦ - ' ¦'».'•
BERMUDA. J
BERMUDA.
THE IDEAL WINTER RESORT.
TTME-tPOBOKfIffiESS DQdDITLEIL-
Open from December to May.
Accommodates 200 guest For terms, etc.. address
N. 8. HOWE. HAMILTON. BERMUDA.
Circulars at F. H. Bconeld's. 1 Madison Aye.. N. T. , :
HAMSLTOee HOTEL, BERMUDA
OPEN DECEMBER TO MAY.
Situated on high elevation In the centre of the city of
Hamilton, the capital of Bermuda. Send for booklet.
" A. C. BROOKS. MANAGER.
• -' • HAMILTON*. BERMUDA.
• (Dccan Gtcamers.
CLARK'S HOLY LAND PARTY.
by X a Lloyd express 8. 8. "AlJer." Feb. 2, $340; special
features exceptional advantages. EXCURSION TO
FUHOPE by specially chartered 8. 8. "City aj Rome.
« 41. tons. June 29. $250. Procrammes ready. NY.
E. 413 tons, j f « & CLARK. 11l Broadway. N. T. .
pANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
« FOR DATES OF STBAMBHIP BAILINOB *~ ,
«££> TH:3 COLUMN TO-MORROW. • -?j\
Resorts.
FLORIDA.
R9£^y ©$G9(P(DG3OD DQQDQi}SCE«
SAXFORD. FLORIDA.
On St. Johns River. .Thoroughly ren'vate>l and r»
rnodelled: private baths: best of bed»: Sew York «**?;
unexcelled cuisine: line black baas (lahinr: splendid duck,
quail and English snipe shooting.
Rates reasonable. Send for descriptive pamphlet. -
IXGLEHART *. A r HERMAN.
CPcain Gtcamcra.
OF THE
lnlMHl!!llralb a yiKlls
Delightful Itineraries arranged.
>.;. All appointments strictly first class,
2. flediterranean l£ Orient
By the twin-screw express
S. S. A'.guste Victoria,
. LEAVING NEW YORK JAN. 31. 1901.
Duration 67 days: rates $450 and upward.
A limited number of passengers will be carried from
_,-*. New York to Alexandria only
At Special Rates.
2. : Mediterranean g Black Sea
By the targe nev.- twin-screw Cruising Yacht
Prinzessin Victoria Luise.
Leaving New York March 9. 1901.
Leaving Genoa March 28. 1901.
Deration of voyage about 65 day*. Rates $450 and ¦»•
ward. Passengers leaving for the Mediterranean dwtaa]
the winter can arrange to Join the yacht at Genoa.
For particulars and descriptive pamphlet apply to
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37 Broadway. X. T.
Mediterranean Express Service.
tNORTH GERMAN •HAMBURG
LLOYD To LINK.
NAPLES AND GENOA VIA GIBRALTAR BT
EXPRESS STEAMERS.
tAller .....Dec. 29. noon' tWerra Jan. 19. 11 A. M.
•F. Blsmak.Jan. 5. 11 A.M.I •Columbia. Jan. 22. 11 A. M.
t«K.M.Th..Jan. 12. 11 A.M. i tK. Wm. 11. Jan. 2«. 11 A.M.
FOR ALEXANDRIA. EGYPT. JAN. 5. 22, FEB. 2.
Ravin tickets available for the steamers of either Una
from Naples. Genoa. Gibraltar. Hamburg. Bremen. Loo
don. Southampton. Paris and Cherbourg. . .
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. 1 HAMBURG-AMERICAN
OELRICHS A CO.. Agents, j LINE.
S Broadway. N. Y. I 17 Broadway. N. T.
tFrom Congress St.. Brccklyn. Take South Ferry.
T'From Pier 52 North River, foot v.. Gansevocrt St.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
\>-3* PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama. Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hong Kan*.
Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. M. ¦- -
AMERICA MARU...Dec. 291 HONGKONG MARC. Jan. M
TEKING Jan. BICHINA ~- T*K I
GAELIC... Jan. 10l DORIC Feb. »
For freight, passage and general Information apply **
349 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place, Washington MMkMk
and 387 Broadway.
AMERICAN LINE. ' ~ ~ ~"
- NEW- YORK— SOCTHAMVTO;*— LOMXMML
St. Louis.. ..Dec 26. 10 a.m. { Noordland Jan. IV noon
New- York... Jan. 2. 10 a.m. ! Friesland" Jan. 23. noon
Kensington Jan. 0. noon Vaderland. .Jan. 30. 10 a. m.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW-YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Vaderland Dec. 2'!. noonlNoordland. Jan. 18. noon
Kensington Jan. 9. nocn^FViesland Jan. 23.-noon
SPECIAL NOTICE.
NEW TWIN SCREW S. S. VADERLANDI,
.. . 12.000 Tons: SSO Ft. Long: 60 Ft. Beam.
Sails for Antwerp. Dec. 26. Noon.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION' COM PANT.
Piers 14 and 13. N. R. Office 71 Broadway.
KK3DDSITDG (stECSKfI&RiI Q=[L©\f[3} a
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
CHERBOURG— SOUTHAMPTON—
•K. W. d. Gr.Jan. 3. 10 A.M. *Tri»v« Feb. 12. 10 A. M.
tTraTe Jan. 18. noon'*Lahn Feb. 28. 10 A. M.
•Lahn Jan. 29. 10 A. M.j*K W d Gr..Mch 5. 10 A. M.
OELRICHS * CO.. NO. 5 BROADWAY.
Lewis U. Meyer. 45 South Thlld St.. Falls,
SPECIAL NOTICE.
"•From Pier 52. North River, foot of GanseToort St.
¦ tFrom Congress St.. Brooklyn. Take South Fury.
| _
Four tours to Porto Rico on the
IT 1 •>* na<T!</m nSSmim magnificent new steamers the
LrdDlrlid) LnauG3(lD "Pone*" or "San Juan." of the
New York and Porto Rico Steam
•hip Company, embracing its towns, fortifications, battle
fields sugar and coffee plantations, drive over entire
length of military road. etc. Jan. 5. Feb. 2. 1«. etc. 1198.
including all expenses. Railroad and Steamship Tickets.
Foreign Money. Circulars on application.
ffisij7oira(3DDDQo <& WMt®<s>mb
(Established 1579.)
Tours and Tickets Everywhere.
. 25 UNION SQUARES.
©[LCD .GDGDOSIDKOOdDKiI (LOME,
DAILY SERVICE.
Tor Old Point Comfort. Ncrioik. Portsmouth. Pla=*r*s
Point and Newport • News. Vs.. connecting for Petersburg.
Richmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. D- C. and entire
South and West.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER STEAMERS SAIL from
Pier 28. North River, foot of Beach St.. EVERY WEEK
DAY AT 3 P. M.
H. B. WALKER, Trafflo Manager.
KAE'UR(IJIISIRo/oi^l!?Ri|(i3'Silllfl OlviF
Twin-acre w Express Steamers during Winter on Ger
man-Mediterranean service. Service to London. Parts.
Hamburg resumed March 2. 1901.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE TO PLYMOUTH.
CHERBOURG AND HAMBURG. ALSO N. T.
TO HAMBURG DIRECT.
Pennsylvania. Dec 20.11 A.M. Cap ...Jan. 12. 10 A.M.
Pretoria Jan. 5. 5 A.M. | Phoenicia . . .Jan. 19^ « P.M.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37.B # .WAT. N*. T.
LFCDCP IPcDIPftCID " " DSfldBGDa :
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will sail tag- Saa
Juan and Ponce as follows:
S. 8. CARACAS . Saturday. Dec 29. noon
8. S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. Jan. 12. noon
- For freight or passage apply to
BOULTOS. BLIS3 A DALLETT.
General Managers, 135 Front St.
"FRENCH LINE. — — —
X COMPAONIE GBNERALE TRAN3ATLANTIQCB,
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS (Franctj.
Sailing every Thursday, at 10 A. M.
From Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.
La Normandle .Dec. |La Champagne Jan. IT
La Qascogne ...Jan. 3 :L: L' Aqultaine Jan. M
La Bretacne Jan. lrti La Gascogne Jan. 81
General Agency. 32 Broadway. New York.
T>ED D LINE. •
"*• For La Ouayra. ' Puerto Cabello. Curacao ar. 1 Maxar
calbo. via Curacao Calling also at Porto Rico.
. From ' Roberts Pier. Brooklyn.
S. 8. CARACAS Saturday. Dec 29. noon
S. 8. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. Jan. 12. noon
These vessels, have superior accommodations tor naa>>
»<¦¦ »-. i BOCLTON. BUSS & DALLETT.
BOI'LTON. BUSS * DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Front a*.
A WHITE STAR LINE.
'*—' NEW-TOR OCEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Teutonlo Jan. 2. noon. Majestic Jan. 23. noon
Cymric ...Jan. ». 8:30 A.M. ' Oceanic Jar 30. 2 P.M.
Germanic Jan. 1«. noon | Teutonic Feb. «, noon
For passage, freight and reneral information apply "
• WHITQ STAR LINE.
j Pltr 43. North River. OnVe. ft Broa4way. N. T.
VTALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
*M" From New- Kerfc Wednesdays. Frtda*» and Saturday*.
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
6TRUQHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets issue* t» all
points in Texas. Colorado, Arlsona. California. Mtataa^
L . Geor«U. Florida. *«. Delightful Excur*lon».
Write fur our «0-page "Pocket Guide" (mailed tree).
' C. H. MALLORY * CO.. O«n. Asts.. Pier 20. M. R, K. T.
. i — CUNARD LINE. .
. '¦**¦ TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
i Campania. 29. 11 A. M.I nbrla . . . . Jan. 1». 2P. M.
Etrurta Jan. 5. « A. M. Campania.. Jan. 2i 10 A. M.
Servla....Jan. 12. 10 A. M. BtrurU Feb. 3 HM.
. VERNON H. BROWN .v CO.. Gen. Ajw; a,
. 2» BROADWAT. NEW YOUIC
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