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CKTT3 TAT-ES AND RATS BOND- (IN 81.000s).
cuxmo riucia or ramo btato boxm.
Bid. Atttd. Bid. Atttd.
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INT 110 in1 - us, ll-l-
1907 113 118. 18B8-.....103H
IMS 183 1S3-S " 100-
IMS 123- 1C3S
railroad and oram bonds (in Bl.ooos).
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Jo .I 46H lXorPMfntD.. 63.
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31 82'i B3S
II .. 82H18 03
ii .. 834 lT8UtrB.108
11-ttbKilp.. 70 aOUJCcnmJrllOH
2 71 10HJCentnIBfc.ua
3 Ann Arbor 4s.. 70 10 1UT.
2 70S 6 HI
lJ, 70 23 110-.
lOAutXWlit. 86 02 Ill's
con 6. 110U 10 120-4
x ...110- 0JYCnUt,r..l2014
1 B O 3 1883. 03 2Nb.Chatcnl02-
6BuaS.nw..i00,4 6 N W4t. s3yrlOB-s
1 Brook RTB.... 70" 0 108'
16 Br El 1st,. 30.. 70 0 108,
6"" 75 12OMlstspd..l03-j
6.30 70 100rnK .... 83
3BrookCnG5s.UO 13 Ohio So lit 00
10Cns-tOcnS,rlll- 10OSUimcn.tr 77
9 Ill 6 70
7CnOfnUn 74 30 704
5 73-a20 70
13 734 10 70-s
. 73 10OmSLJ.tr 04
g ' "" 734 3--o.DF.ls...l02
BC.B-tQcnT3s.101 20PexKat 1st. 72
lC.Bq4.Id.l01' 7 Pitta West 1st 70
14CCO8tL4i. wA 1004
StLD 08 6P.SLBIit..l02S
SlConOMotChle 10 Rock.lsl.xSs. 106
S, 00410 Bock llxB,rl 034
18 Cn!outh 1st. ,10B-i 31 Il-adfnl -... 81
16Calcft.SPltt.tr 42 7 80s
27 414 4 801
6 41H00 804
15 424 10 Read lit pf Inc 41
2CnPcaxB..1014 lOlUndSdpf Inc. 30
4 Col Coals ... 02 7 Wo O Wist.... 72-
IChlcOLfcCCo lOSoPof NKUI103
lit 06 18 St P Macn
2C.LStLCl4.102 ' 1064
6ChEri. lt..H14 -- 100
lOCGaRycnB... 81- 10 106-4
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KI. LB3 lit. 00Tl 38tL8FB. 064
3nTUlstex 1094 5PW 104,".
3 100 68tPgnl 101
fi Ergs! Han 3-4. 06 1 St P 1st, O P.
5 664 wUt 11
!10 05 68tnRT8.. 06
BETe-ino. 1004 1 --''
SETeialal 1004 8 an B T too. 17
O.dlsoa XI 1st.. 1104 13lAPHtto 684
3 Fulton EI 1st... 41 5 684
12Q.ITsxSA.il 12 681
PB 00 3SC Oa 1st .. 02
4HriatnUl.r...ll34 1 SoBwayB..... 804
1 Hock Val 8.... 73 7 894
80 Iron JUUt..... 102S 2 804
2 Iron Mt CAT.. 1024 4 894
E5IronMt2d 103 8 T-tPlstlxMiO. 80
SlntGtNlst..ll9-s 7TxPaS4rn. 20H
1 low a Cent lit.. 03 2 204r
5KanPcon.tr.. 74 8 20-
22 Kan x Tex 4i.. 844 17 - 21
10 844 1 UnPo8.....101-
4 84 5tJPgos.CTN.1014
2 Kan Tex 2ds. 684 2 1011
10 68 12 101
4 Kentucky C lit 80 iCnraoif.tr.. 02
C Laclede O lit.. 944 7 Union El In.... 744
G . , 06 1 - 76H
1 L"4"WBcnia.. 06 ' 6 tJ P.DxQlst. 36
1 95 iwablal 1004
ir,WBm3. 80 17 1064
1 IjkeSh lit.c. 113 I 0 1064
6Lake"5hlat;r..ll24j 4WibM 684
6Lke3h2d. o.. 12341 1 604
lOUkcSbZd, r..l234llOW111m SPBal074
Teal salei of railway bond! (par ralne). ai.3M.000.
Riti.noAD AtD cmiER snaitca.
Odtk- HlaA- Iov . Clcmno.
SaUw tfiff nt. rtt. Bid. AttttL
!0AdiExl48 148 148 148 160
4lriG5.imSR. 1124 113 111411241124
017Am?Rpl034 1034 1024 1024 1024
8l)il3 Am 3 51. 124 12 12 124 124
8149Ara8JIp 314 314 304 30 314
112(1 Am Tob. 70 76' 76 76 764
rn n Fx. .1124 1124 1114 111 113
linimCOp 50 60 66 66 67"
SFa... 11 11 10 104 11
SKop. 214 214 204 21 ai
7aCRN 70 70 70
100 Bait xo 154 154 164 16 16
OOBaySta 104 104 10 10 104
117BrkRT 21 21 21 20" 21
87 B Una. 09 00 984 074 00
ulSCanto.. 47' 48 474 484 404
i543Ctie0 17 174 16 17 174
UiaChlcOaa 80 804 784 701 70
StL... 20 30 28 204 30
OimnCANW106 1074 106 106 1064
81)73(1 C. B(J 73 73 724 73 734
H48lc,Mx.itP 76 76 74 764 75
I'pf. . 1374 1374 137 137 138
1C7HC.KIAP 664 664 644 664 65
100 Col Fuel. 20 20 20 104 20
ir.7C.HVAT. 4 4 4 4 44
CSO Ton Oai. 1664 167 1664 1574 158
1748 Dxllud.107 107 1064 107 10B
li00D.I.xW1544 1644 1644 164 166
320DxROp 384 384 374 374 38
7D38XA 8 2 2 24 4
4 10 Erie nit 134 134 124 13 13
iaoEdlEI..100 106 106 1064 10Q
10(13 On Eleo 34 34 33 334 334
SOO 111 Cent- 04 04 04 04 06
230 111 Steel. 33 33 33 33 334
VOOUCen.. 6 6 04 64 6
lOOKftPX. .28 .28 .28
lOOLEtW 164 164 164 16 164
B3LExWp 06 66 66 66 68
IBOLaxeSh.166 168 106 168 170
800Laiaaa 24 24 224 224 834
4S0LaclOp. 72 724 704 70 764
10013 Lou xN. 47 47 45 46 47
A tats Man Con 84 844 834 844 86
Q 730 Mln Iron 40 40 384 30 41
' l00MetTrael06 106 106 106 107
t"U3MoPac 17 18 174 174 18
300Mo.KxT 124 124 124 124 12
eiaoMKxTp 20 204 284 204 204
149 N j cent 86 874 84 87 87
looio.NVCant 004 1004 004 100 1004
1030 N.t Lead 234 234 224 224 83
200 .Nor Am 44 44 4 4 4
lK.NYxNH 1724 1724 1724 170 174
ML... 124 124 13 IS 134
I5u V. Cx
sil.2p 304 304 304 304 314
SOO.NY.SxW 84 84 84 84 84
300 .N v. a x
Wpf... 24 24 23 24 244
nOSXorr-ac. 124 12 124 124 12
03.NPp.. 364 30 354 35 30
ISHSOntxW 144 144 134 14 144
100OrSl,w U4 114 nt, H4 12
181wriaMall 26 26 26 26 264
UPennaC.340 340 340 330 360
aOOBOPhtlxR. 224 22 214 234 22
2300 Phil x K
lp.wl 464 464 46 46 454
too phit a r
P.I 87 27 27 274 284
108PulPalC161 161 1684 168 160
lOOB.WaoilB 118 118 1174 1184
toostLasr 4 4 44 4 4
100 at Las
rut p. 304 304 304 384 30
sit st Las
PSdp. 134 14 134 134 144
178tPaD 184 81 184 18 23
178 13 St P A O. 59 594 67j 50 504
oOQStanRxT 6 7 6 6 7
6008oPie.. 144 14 144 14 16
!8408onwy, 84 8 84 8 8
087 80 By p. 274 27 264 874 27
yIM0TOL. 80 87 864 80 80Ti
Cm JrTr ta CteHatf 1
Ma rno. ex. cat Bid. Atktt,
SSSdATRnioif, 1014 1014 101 1014
llBOUnPac. 04 04 04 0 7
60-UP.DaO 14 14 14 1 8
lOOUBRnbp 01 01 01 014 024
llSOUBLp.. 67 57 674 674 67
SiOWabub. 6 64 64 54 54
M9Wbp.. 134 13 134 134 13
170WPKX 100 101 100 100 102
MlBWUTal 03 83 82 834 834
ISOWxLKp 44 44 44 34 6
Total iala. 330.250 iliaraa.
B06TOX CLOSnCO QC0TATIOX8.
Bid. Jtttd. Bid. JlHd,
Doe a Alb. .216 Domln'nC. 74 74
Boia Ma.,,1604 101 Am Bell Tel224 2244 1
ChloJcom. 1034 1044 OenKleep 73 70 I
ChtoJpf.,,107 108 BoiaMon..l274 187
ntcbburgp 02 03 CalaTIecta370 380
KewEnip. J0 Owwola.. .. 31 32
UixCen4t 074 QulncyM.,,104 106
OldColony.178 170 TamMln...l 184 1104
WE Room. 70 71
rniLADKUTJIA CLOSINO QU0TATI0M8.
iJtd. Utktd. Bid. Alktd.
UblchYal. 234 23WOLCo.. 404 404
LCajtCo. 30 El B Doom. 23 84
ProuBB... 624 624 El SB pf... 26 20
PhllaTrao. 704 704PU.LaPo 164 154
Union Trao 114 H4Pn.LftPp 344 344
UitTrao.. .106 1064 WeliCcom 16 17
CTotNJa 284 204WaUCpt.. 00 02
CTNJiBa 804 00 Bait Trao... 18 184
UQImpCo 73 734
CniCAOO CLO8IN0 QUOTATIOKH.
Bid. Atktd. Did. Atktd.
AmBtr'bd.. 274 28 DlamU M.. 1444 144
Canal AD.. 03 LakaS"" 174
ChloErew.. 10 11 S Y Blacnlt 404 404
ChBrewpf 35 N'ChStRy.230 2344
CltyR,way,2284 WChStByl034 103
LATEST LOUDON QUOTATIONS.
Atchlaon, p 134 Norfolk & Wpf.n.. 884
Canadian Pacific... 404 Northern PaOflopf. 37
Cheiapiake a Ohio. 174 Ontario a Weat. .... 144
Erie con, a op 14 PennaylTanla. 644
Erlelitpf 334 Oeadlne. lilap..., 11
IlllnoU Central 07 St Paul 774
Kaniaax Texaa.... 124South Railway 84
LakoSoora 1724South Railway pf.. 284
LouliTlllaa JJaah.. 48) Union Pacific 0
New York Central. 102 Wabaahpf. 14
Wednesday, March J1.
The retroirresstYe decision of the United States
Supremo Court that traffic agreements bctw ccn
railway companies are In restraint ot trade,
and that therefore the companies making- them
aro amenable to tho Phcrnian Anti-Trust law,
was again to-dar the principal Influence shaping
prices on tho Stock Eichansc. Tho exact terms
of that decision are not yet known to the grout
majority of railway managers and their legal
advisers, and tho public generally is even less
well Informed aa to tho ultimata effect ot the
decision upon tho transportation industry. It
must be admitted, however, that the tone and
apparent purpose of the decision arc alarming,
and when that circumstance was aggravated
to-day by advices from Chicago that many of
the railroad companies operating In the West
woro disposed to accept the decision as apply
ing to each one of them and their various traffic
organizations, regardless of the possibility
that some of those organizations may be formed
upon lines different from those of the defunct
Trans-Missouri Traffic Association, it is not.
surprising that the speculative element In Wall
street hastened to throw over Its securities this
morning, and that operators In favor of tho
short sido adopted an aggrossive policy. In con
sequence the mnrkot was heavy the greater part
of the day, and at times positively weak.
It can hardly be expected that those who are
Interested in stocks in a speculative way can
give serious consideration to mitigating circum
stances while a sharp decline In prices Is taking
place. Every one familiar with railway affairs
knows that the average Western traffic manager
is restless under any agreement that restrains
him from a fight with bis competitors. It Is also
well known that the larger shippers are op
posed to traffic agreements because they tend
to minimize their opportunities to obtain
lower rates than their competitors. Be
sides, Chicago and the Western railroads
that focus at that centre have always been
jealous of the Joint Traffic Association, partly
because its organization Is located In the East,
and also because It has beon effective In lessen
ing the opportunity for cutting rates on joint
account with the Western roads. These cir
cumstances explain to an extent the somewhat
hysterical advices from tho West re
garding the Supreme Court anti-trust
decision. In the current discussion of this
subject an exceedingly Important fact
seems to have been overlooked, name
ly, that railway traffic agreements are not made
against the public interest, but to protect the
railroads from one another. It Is also true that
in spite of all the Importance they have attained
those agreements have in the main fallen far
short of accomplishing the purpose for which
they have been made. A number of cases might
be cited, were it policy to do so, where harmony
of action has been obtained between railroad
companies without the formality of a traffic or
ganization and the attendant publicity.
The most discouraging aspect of the latest de
cision against the railroads is the evidence pre
sented of almost universal hostility to what is
perhaps tho most important Industry in tho
country. Without the means of transportation
which the railroads supply, and which they are
constantly increasing at a steadily reduced cost
to those who enjoy them, the development of
this country would have been Impossible. Yet
It Is fashionable to attack this vital element in
our commercial life as if it were some
hideous monster requiring absolute restraint.
There is no occasion for wonder, there
fore, that speculative holders of securi
ties have become discouraged and have
thrown them over. On the contrary. It is
remarkable that there has been so little liquida
tion of actual holdings during the last two days.
The most effective selling to-day was of the
Granger stocks. They supplied more than a
third of unusually large total transactions. In
the last hour the entire list rallied sharply, ow
ing chiefly to a demand to cover short contracts.
Jersey Central was the leader In the Una move
ment, the trading in It being influenced, appar
ently, by the favorable showing of earnings for
February, printed farther on In this column.
The London market did not siem to take the
anti-trust decision seriously, but was Influenced
by a more pacific political outlook and prospects
of a scarcity of stocks at approaching fortnight
Final sales compare with those of yesterday
3tan 21. March 24 I March 23. SlarcS 34.
A.TaiF. 11 11 MoPieulo.. 17 18
A.TASKep 22 214Xat Lead... 234 224
AmSRef,.113 1124!Weom.1074 1064
AmSRefp.104 1024 N Pao com 124 124
Ant Tob.... 764 764 .V Pac pf... 36 364
AroSpSI.. 124 124'XYCenl... 1004 100
AmHpMp. 314 31 SJCent.. 86 874
Canada So. 484 48 i Omaha com 604 604
CCCAHtL 204 30 lOntxW... 14 134
C.UtQ, 744 734 Pae Mall.,. 204 204
ConOaa ...1564 167 Rockliland 66 664
Ctwiao... 174 17 IKeadlng..,. 224 224
CbioOaa... 804 704St Pcom... 70 76
D.LaW...1544 1544'solfway.. 6 8
Deianuil. 1074 107'oR,way p 274 274
DtRQpf. 30 374tanilItaT 6 7
OtnElee... 344 334iT C, I x II .. 27 26
Illinois Cen 06 04 Union Pao. 64 64
KanaTex. 124 124USRnbpf. 61 61
KanxTpf. 30 2DUSUathp 57 67
LouaHaih 48 40". Wahaab pf. 13 13
HanbCcn.. 844 844W On Tel.. 84 83
Government bonds stgody at uachanired quo
tations. Railway bonds weak. Hie features
wero Ann Arbor 4s, Austin and Northwestern
lsts, Chcsapeako and Ohio general 44s. Cnlctgo
and North Pacific lets, t. r.. Central Georgia Rail
way Ss, Erie general lien 3 4s. Lake Bhore Zd, r.,
Northern Pacific general 3s. New York Central
lsts, c Oregon short Line Union consols, t, r.,
Peoria and Kaatern lsts. San Antonio and Ar
ansas Pass 4s, Southern ltallway Ss, Union Pa
clfiogoUl 6s,c. t-u., Wubaah lsts, Atchison, Kan
sas and Texas, New Jersey Central, and
Heading Issues. The more Important net
declines wero in Atchison adj. 4s, V
cent., to 454, end general 4s, 4, to 8'J4,
Ann Arbor 4s, s, to 704; Austin and
Vorth western , lsts. Hi. tp 8U; Chesa
peake and Ohio general 44s. 14. to 734;
Chicago and North Pacific lsts. t. r.. 4. to 4"';
Central Georgia Hallway t, , to 01; Erie
Snerai.llen 3-4s, . to OS: Kansas and Texas is,
to 84. and -As, l'a. to 68; Lake Shore Sds, r..
to 1235s; Northern Pacific general 3s, 4. to
834; New Jersey Central general Ss. r I. tp
1104. and general Ss, 4,lollla: New York
Central lsts, c, , to 1204.; Oregon Bhort Lin
union consols, t. r 1, to 78, Peoria and Eastern
lsts.1, to 73; Heading general 4a, V to 604;
1st preference Incomes, 24. to 41, and 2d pref
erence Incomes, 1, to 80; Ban Antonio and
Aransas Pass 4s, 4, to 084; Southern Railway
Ss, , to 804; Union Pactflo gold Os, c. Un.,
1, to 1014, and Wabash lsts, 4 V cent, to
Commercial prlco of bar silver In New York,
0280. Dar silver In London closed at 28d.
Mexican stiver dollars were quoted at 484i
00c. Imports from Mexico to-day, ,205,000
ounces ot sliver and $20,000 gold.
Money on rail, 1 4g lajVccnt. Time money Is
3uoted as follows; Sixty days. 2 V cent.; ninety
ays, 24 V cent, bid, and offered at 2V s cent.;
four, Ave, and six months, 3 V cent, bid, and
offored at 34 V rent.; nine mouths, 34 V cent,
bid, and offered nt 4 V cent, on good mixed
Stock Exchange collateral. Commercial paper
quiet. Prime indorsed bills receivable are
quoted at 34 V cent., cholco and prime single
names at 34d4 V cent, and good names at 4'i!3
Sterling exchange was strong, with a further
adanco In actual rales. Dullness was very
moderato, and the Improvement was due to a
light supply of nil Unas. Continental exchango
was Arm for francs and slightly higher for
relchsmnrks. Posted asking rates for sterling,
f-l.8C4 for long bills and 4.884 for demand.
Actual rates arc; Long bills, tU.833t34.80;
sight drafts, $4,874. and cnble transfers,
aU.8". Francs aro quoted at 0.18'fl(S.17,3 for
long and 0.1U4iii5.1Sss for short: relchsmnrks,
03s(3034 for long and 0fnit053 for short;
guilders, 40 1-I6d40a for long and 404340 5-10
Domestic exchango on New York; rtoston
B3510 cents premium. Charleston Huylng,
Jar; sclllnir, h premium. Savannah Uuylng,
1U off; selling, par. New Orleans Dank, 91
premium; commert-ial, 26 cents discount. San
Francisco Sight, 20 cents premium: tele
graph. 23 rents premium. St. Louis Par, but
offered at 25 cents discount. Chicago 10 cents
hid: 23 cents discount bid. Cincinnati Hotween
banks. SO cents discount: over counter, par.
The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railroad
Company has declared a quarterly dividend ot
Hi V cent., payable May 1,
Ths Southern Railroad reports gross earnings
for February of 1)1.370,022, an increase of 01,
338 as compared with tho same month of last
year, and net 9308,730, an Increase of S73.140.
For the eight months ending Feb. 28 the gross
earnings were $12,075, 170, a decrease of $50B,
340 as compared with the corresponding period
of last year, and net $4,287,847. a decrease ot
The Central Railroad of New Jersev reports
gross earnings for February of $ 848,030, nnlln
creasoof $27,300 as compared with the same
month of last year, and net $235,057, an In-
rease of $37,277 . For tho two months ending
Fob. 28 the gross earnings were $1.704. lft.", a
decrease of $12(1,002 as compnred with tho cor
responding period ot last year, and net $311,175,
u, decreaio of $58,073.
Tho New York, Susquehanna nnd Western
Hailrnud rcportH gross earnings for Februury of
$113, "01, adetrenso of $3117 as c-omp.ircd with
the same month lost year and net $53 003. nn
Increase of 3,723. For tho eight iimnthx end
ing Feb. 28 thenross earnings were $1,303,807,
au increase of $52,309 as lomparwi with tho
corresponding period of lnct yecr und net
$700,300. an Increase of $00,503.
The Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway
Company reports gross earnings for tho three
weeks in Murchnf $303,533. a decrease of $117.
273 as compared with the corresponding week
of last ear. Tho gross earnings since July 1
have been $J2.415,8U. n decrease of $2,134,130
as compared with the corresponding period of
the prc lom fiscal year.
Tho Cloiernlng Committee of the Stock Ex
change listed tonlny the following securities:
St. Pail. M noeapolla and ManltoARallway Com
pany a lM t onal Inane of nniHlllated mortgage 44
V coat imld bond. 3023.CO t. making total amount
llntrd S31,24'.00U. Tbeae bundl are Uauid on account
of new mileage
houthern Railway Company! additional lsaue of
flratroniclldated mortgaje S cent, join NinJa II
Its 000. making total amount luted (SO UD.J 000.
There honda arelaaued to take up divisional bondi re-de-rned,
equipment Hens paid off. and for addlt ona
tot ha property under th terms ot the mortiraie.
Mexican Northern Hallway Company's capital itock,
( entral of Gconrla Railway Company's aeccrltlea aa
follows' Macon and Northern Division first mortgage
0 prcint.irnld bonds. Jl 000,000 Mobile DlTlalon flrat
mortgage 3 percent, gold bondi. S84' 000: nt pref
erence 3 per cent guld Income bonds. f4.000.UOO;
ecmd preference ft per cent, gold Income bonds,
7.000.000. and third preference "1 per cent, gold In
come bonds, S4.0U0.000. totalof SlO.'MO.OOO
The total par value of the securities listed Is
These securities, among others, were sold by
auction to-day at the Real Estate Exchange:
30 shares Continental National Bank 1134
3 nhares lluarantj Trust Company 4104
s shares Bank of the Republic . 134
40 share Ninth National Bank 1024-101
10 share Manhattan Life Insurance Company .StfO
4o aharrs Capital Traction Company . 30
17 iliare Old Dominion Steanuhlp Company. .. 8J4
07 share Winchester and Potomac Railroad .. 90
III share Tolled New Jersey Railroad a Canal. .243
SO shares Atlanta and Charlotte Air Una Co... Bd
The receipts of the Government to-day were:
Customs, $Sth1,341: Internal revenue. $203,872.
nnd miscellaneous. $0,274. a total of $1,140,887.
The disbursements were $1,050,000. an excess
of receipts over expenditures of $0O.47. The
receipts for the fiscal year to date have been
$235.24,23(J. and expenditures $270,907,331,
sn excess of expenditures o-cr receipts of
The net assets of the Treasury at the close of
business to-day, as officially computed, compare
with those of yesterday as follows:
llareh '."I Jfarei 24.
Gold coin and bullion 8131.371.003 (lSl.nOt.lOS
Mlrerdollanand bullion. 1B35H.42 !9.3,U51
United States notes.. 21,4:2,433 21,030,007
Other ajwets In excess of
demand Labilities . 28.020,380 23.29H.41B
Available cash nalance.
Including gold balance t218.302.442 (210.210 014
Money In London. 14 V cent. Rote of discount
In open market for both short and three months'
bills. 14 V cent. Parts advices quote 3 V cents at
102 francs 30 centimes. Exchange on London,
25 francs 154 centimes.
Holders of reorganization certificates for se
curities of the Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road Company are notified by J. P. Morgan &
Co. that on April 1 they will bo prepared to Issue
the new securities. Holders entitled to a frn tlon
ota share may either sell It to the bankers or they
will sell whatever amount may be necomary to
make n share. In the obeenre of definite Instruc
tions from depositors the fraction will be tjought
by the bankers.
Subscription lists will be opened to-morrow
morning at the Central Tntst Compnny and at
the offices of Hallgnrten & Co. for $e,0O().00O
consolidated mortgage 5 V cent, forty-) ear bonds
of the West Chicago Street Railroad Company.
The bonds are offered at 094 and accrued in
terest to dato of delivery. Thesubscrlptlon lists
w ill be closed on March 20 or earlier.
Goldman. 8nchs t Co. offer to investors a
limited amount of Morris and Essex consoli
dated 7 V cent, bonds duo 1015, principal and
Interest guaranteed bv Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western Rail road Compnny by indorsement
on each bond.
Lako Shoro and Michigan Southern Railway
bonds deposited with Spoyer Sc Co. for exchange
for the new 34 V cent, bonds must bear all
coupons maturing after June 1 next.
Electrle sjtock Qtalloa.
DosToi. March 34. The closlngquotatlonsof electric
stocks to-day were.
Edison Kleetrlo Illuminating 160 163
General Electric 334
General Electric pf 73 76
Lamaon ConaolW ated BtoreSerrlce... 20 22
Westlnghouse Electric pf 604 61
Fort Wayne Kleetrlo 4 1
Port Wayne Fleetrlo (aeries A) 2 34
Thomson Houaton (aeriea C) 3
Thomson Houston (series D) 34 4
WKDXESDAT.March 24. OnAlf When t Spot
wns firm. Sales 104,000 bush, for export. No.
3 hard winter, 40,000, on private terms, freo
on board afloat; No. 1 Northern Daluth, 24,000,
Hi4c; No. 1 Northern Now York, 48,000, at
824c, and 48,000 do, on private terms and
4,000 ungraded on private terms. Freo on board
afloat: No. 2 red, 83c; No. 1 Northern spring
New York, 824c; No. 1 Northern spring Duluth,
844c Duluth received to-day 110,000 bush.,
against 210,00(1 last year; Minneapolis 101,
430. against 240,720; Chicago 0,11(2, against
38,100: Milwaukee 4,350, against 31,200; To
ledo 10.030. against 1.200; Detroit 6,400, against
2,053. Futures declined 4c to Hc Future
sales 2,375,000 bush., as folIoMs:
Opining, lltghftt. Loumt. Ctating. flight.
March . . B04 504 H04 "04
May ... 794 704 7S 70 70
June .704 7U4 74 70
July ... 77 'iTt 774 77 'J74
8eptembr764 734 74 74 4 7S4
ntrley Wa doll. New feeding, ane , rot and
freight to llurfalo; malting, 3VJ42C . as to quality
Rye Was dull mate. 4044ly I No. 2 Western.
37'4U74o , cost and freight to Buffalo. Corn Mot
was dull Bale 7,000 bush. Nonn for export No
tf mixed In elevator, 204c,i old do , iv 4C., steamer
white, :i.000 at 20c, steamer, 4,000 at Jw futures
declined 4c. to 4c Future sale 113,000 biu.i , aa
Ozxninq, UigHttt. Lciet$t. Cloting SiaM
March . . . SO", -'114
May , 804 f! 804 SO 04 :4
July JI4 314 "14 314 314
Sept . 32 33 83 32 33
Oat Spot was Arm. Hal 87,000 buin , Including
80,000 No s whit clipped on private terms, free on
board adoat for export. No 3 white, I4c.i No 8 do.,
3.000 at 22o.l No. 2 white clipped, J 3c. 1 No. 3 do,
JDo.i No 2 mixed, 38c 1 No o do, Slci rejected
mixed, SOe.i rejecwd white, 314o 1 No 3 mixed de
livered, 20o 1 track mixed, Sl24c.i track while,
30,000 at aSJJOc.s No. 2 mixed clipped, 0,000 at
324c In iters. Future declined 4c Future tales
1,000 bmb, a follows;
Opining. IHohett. Lcirut. Cloting. Sight.
May . t 214 1 ! 31
July 314 224
The trading In wheat to-day was qnltt and fisturs
less and confined, for th nioas part, to local scalpers.
Early In ins day prio declined en disappointing
cable and local realising. Al th dwltas, bowvr,
3ioTUOovsr4,pr9aactsj rally la which parte! th
loss was recovered, tmt ths market closed at a net de
cline tor ths day. St, Louis sent unfavorable crop
vice. Liverpool advanced 4d, but lost pert, Berlin
advanced He. Pari advanced 40 to 4c. on wheat
and 10 to 20 centime on flour. Ths Northwestern
receipts were 388 oars, sxslntt 281 last week and
021 last year. Corn and cats were qnlst and easier
In sympathy with wheat. Chicago received 114
can of corn and VO of nau; the receipts there to
morrow are estimated at OS and 91 ears respectively,
Chicago. March 24 "The scalping Interest evidently
covered most of Its short wheat on y eaterday's bulge,
as the demand this morning at th opening wa very
poor, notwithstanding the fact that Liverpool wa up
about equal the advance recorded here. Crop reporta
wetM somewhat contradictory to these received yes
terday, and the feeling In Rt, Lout was particularly
weak. This encouraged selling by scalpers and floor
traders, which cost tn price a full cent V bush. At
the decline New lork reported a better Inquiry for
export account, and liter advised that IB loads
had been sold. Local rash sales were placed at
about 40,000 bush. This created a specula
tive demand from early sellers and eliminated
offering, and tlie market subsequently sold back to
opening ngurv. Ths general trade seems very unde
cided. The market appears to have no tendency,
which encourages short scalps nd destroys stability.
The more favorable crop report will most likely
cause freer selling by the brsrj and may cause a very
active market for some time to come. Corn wa
steady but inactive. Receipts were light, owing to
the bait weather Clearances were again liberal,
1,177,000 bush., and It they continue for the next
two days on this large scale, weekly exports of corn
will likely be even more than a week ago, when they
aggregated nearly n 000,000 bush
FLora Wa quiet but firm. Bales 11,100 tb's.
Receipts lo.VW 8,413
Export .... . 3,073 0,531
Winter In bbls.- Superfine, 83 06O82 80 No. 8 extra,
82 40.48J B3 No 1 extra. 8 1 40as.e0 clear. 83 73
(481 DO! straights, 84 30(34.40) patent. 84 03O
84 UO. Mill feed was steady Bran (40 ns ), V 100 Bs .
0740700.; shorts (00 tt ), S74(.470o 1 middlings (80
to 100 as , 03(473c , snarl (fine), 734H0c.
Cottos fepot cottou here declined 1.16V , with sales
of 300 hale for export and 231 for spinning. Mid
dling uplands, 7 3-lDo, against 7 13-ltic laat year:
New Orleans and Uulf, 7 B-lO.i , against 8 1.10c last
year. Savannah declined 1 1UV. New Orleans sold
11,000, Savannah 024, Norfolk 307, Augusts 277, St.
Louis 130, and Mobile 100 bates. Liverpool wa un
changed on tbe spot, with sales of B.000 bates) futures
there advanced 4 to 1 point. In Manchester yarns
were quiet: cloths, offers too low. Memphis reoelved
to-day 331 bales, against 131 last week and 24S last
year; Houston 728, against 1 620 last week and 1,074
last year; Augusta 'JiO, against 3(12 last week and
24H last year: Bt. Louis 103, against 140 laat week
and 20 last year: Cincinnati HOI. against 3.031
last week and 404 last year. Augusta shipped to-day
093, Memphis 1.334, Bt Louis 48.1, Cincinnati l,2Vi ,
and Houston 1,301 hales. Houston expects to-morrow
tlOO to 1,000, against 808 last week and 1,080 laat
year New Orleans expects 3,000 to 8 300, against
2,3.13 laat week and 2,000 last year The port re
ceipt wen 8,184 hales, against 7,431 lsst week and
11,200 last year; thustar this week 41.040. against
44,729 thus far laat week. The export from tbe
ports approximated 11,000 bales. New Orleans de
clined 11 point Kutnres here declined 8 to 0 point,
1 losing steady after sales of 1 1 4,800 bales Tbe future
trailing wa as follows :
Closing Iliahttt. Loxrnt. Sattt
March n 03t V4 7.U1 rt wt 300
April.... 0JB 04 7 02 OO'l 3.700
May .... 0 V7(4H U3 7.00 OH 4H.400
June 7 01(47 02 7.10 7 011 7,400
July 7051700 714 7 04 6,8(10
August . 7 0(7 07 7 n 7.04 84.100
ti tember rt 7n so 0 -o n ho 200
October. 0 0710 0 n.70 0 07 3.100
November, fl OctO 00 0 70 0.(17 1.700
December. 0.72'o 7 1 0 MI 0 71 7.000
January . 8 70(40.78 0 84 6 83 300
Tbe speculation Uwlay wa moderately active, bat
there was more disposition to sell than to buy and
price declined. The news was. tn the main, of a
bullish nature Liverpool waa higher, the receipts at
the ports were light, the exports were fairly large, the
spot markets In this country were generally steady,
and the Mississippi Is still rising But v eak long sold
out and price receded. -ome stop loss orders were
reached, which accelerated the decline. There wa
some buying at the decline for outside and boutbem
account, but tbe demand was small and prices closed
at about the lowest figure of tbe day It Is believed
by sodio that with more favorable weather the re
ceipts will Increase materially.
Coitxi Rio on th spot wss dull and steady;
No. 7. bVn, Sales 000 bags Maracalbo (on private
terms. The future trading was as rolluws.
Sattt. Utghttt. Lovrtt. Cloting.
January.. .. 230 h 10 H 30 8,43(48.30
Starch . .. 1,000 30 Mil 8 2B8 33
ill) . .1.730 8 JO 8.23 8 23( 30
June. . ,. 1,000 H11 8.33 8 10 as. 35
July . 730 K 35 8 33 8 33u.4n
September. 2.300 M 30 h Ml h 43i 10
December 2,000 S 33 8 SJ 8 4348 30
Futures here advanced 3 to 10 points, closing steadv,
with salfs of 13.000 bags Havre advanced 4 to 4f.
Hamburg advanced 4 to pfg. Rio waa steady at
unchanged prlcee, receipts K.OOO, stock 277 000, ex
change d. Hanto was quiet at unchanged prices;
receipts 4,000, stock 430 ul)0 Prlcee advanced here
toAlay In response to the higher European cables
Before tbe close part of the Improvement was lost on
selling for lu al and Continents! account.
Naval Stosih Spirit turpentine Oral at 204
AJPc .rosin steady at 81 034fl 074 foroommon
to good strained
PrraoLxm Crude certificates were unquoted here,
and In Oil City Reflncd here 0 13c, Philadelphia
0 40c . naphtha. 0 50.c
Paovisiovs Lard quiet at 4 43c Pork steady
Mess 80 J3ttu 73 Tallow 34c Chicago, March
24 " ProvUIons close Arm. after showing some weak
ness early on liquidation There were no especial
features. Th buying of pork was presumed to fe for
a large pnifesotonal, possibly covering some sale
Psckers were moderate sellers of Isrd and rib
Butter Creamery, western, seconds to extra. 176J
10c. Cheese State, fnll cream, large, white, fftucr,
124124c . do. small. IS 4c Egg Western, fresh
gathered, fancy. 10104c
inil-Kaw Orm but quiet: SO test. 2 15-loc ; Ort'
test.3S-ino Sales 1 1.OoO bags centrifugal al Break
water to Boaton at 3c for KO teat. ReOned quiet.
Ciiicaoo. March 24 These were to-day's price
Whtat: Opening. Utghttt. Ijmett. Cloting. ytght.
May . 734 784 724 724 734
July. . 71 714 714 714 724
Sept . 0U4 e4 0U4 004 0U4
Mav . 21 24 244 24", 244
Julv . 13', '-3S 34 21 23
Sept .. 20 24 20 20 20"s
May .. 174 174 174 174 174
July is 1H4 IS I4 14
Sept . H l'-s li4 14 1H
May 4 20 4 J3 4 20 4 23 4 20
July 4 124 4 31 4 JO 11 4 324
S.'pt . 4 40 4 45 4 40 4 43 4 424
Msy 4 01 4 074 4 00 4 074 4 01
July 4 70 4 724 4 61 4 eo 4 70
May. . $1 70 l HO 8H 01 88 774 88 7.1
July 8 S4 tU0 H 73 8 874 S3
lire stork TIarket.
Nrw York. Wednesday. March 24 Receipts of
teeve were 107 bead n alnly for tbe market. 21 care
on sslr Trailing quiet throughout, prices, howi ver,
ruling firm on good steers, aad steady In all other In
stances. The yards were fully clesred In good season.
Poorest to beat nstlve steers sold at ('55 20
inn 5c stacs and oxen al 83cs8l 73, bulla at 82.00
UiS23, dry cow at 8inOi8l(l0 Dressed beef
steady at 04"1-4c t for pior to prima na
tlve sides Cables from British markets quote Amerl
csn steers at 11 41 2c. yt .dreesed weight- Ameri
can refrigerated beef at O'i 10c 9 V. . American sheep
at UOM2C .dressed weight. Shipment to-day,
B.04- quartar of heef. tivmorrow, none
Receipts of calves, sll for th market, were 2 570
heed Quiet, closing 43 4c 9 a lower than Mon
dsy. About 00 head wer-erarried over Closing sale
of poor to prime veals were at S4i483.?3 9 irjOas.
and early In the day a limited number sold at 80 and
a few " tops " at SO 23. Dressed calves slow, lending
Receipts of sheep and Iambs, including lOcars direct
to butchers, were , 013 head. 274 cars on sale.alltold.
Quiet, but slightly firmer all around. Atom 3 cars
uisold Poor to fairly prime sheep sold at (3 25n
84 00 t ino "as , common to choice lambs at t S74
(430 23 Dressed mutton. 6'4S4c V ft.; dressed
Rrcelpt of bogs were 7.1.10 besd, lnoladlng 373
heed on sale. Steady at 8! 1048130 9 100 fta. for
Philadelphia and Reading
NrwYoax asd PsnnaxnuA, Mareh 20, 1807.
TO TUB IIOI.DPIM OF
Feorir-inintion Certificates for
Stocks and Bonds of
The Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co.
On and after Thursday, April 1, 1807, w shall bs
prepared to begin the Issue of new securities In ex
change for Reorganisation Certificate.
Ono hundred scbednles per diem will be received.
No scbednles will lie received aftor i P. M.
All Reorganization Certificates (unless "to besrer")
must be endorsed In blnnlti and. If stock Is de
sired In any name other than that appearing on tbe
face of the Reorganisation Certificate, tla assignment
must be orLnowlndged before a Notary Public ot at
tested by some person satisfactory to us
Person entitled to any fraction of a share may
either sell the fraction to us, or we will sell them such
amount a3 may be necessary to entitle them to an en
tire share. In the aleuc-a of definite instruotlons
from depositors, the frsotlons will be bos-grit by ns.
nolders transmitting Reorganisation Certificate by
mall will please Indicate whether thsy wish tbe new
securities sent by registered msll or by express at
J. P. MORGAN & CO.,
2 I Wall Street, New York.
DUKXKIi & CO.,
8th an I Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
BANKINO nODRK Of
HENRY CLEWS & 00.,
11. I a. IS. and IT nre4 MrMC,
MEMBERS Or Tilt. H. Y STOCK EJCIIANOE.
Order fur Stock... Ilond. Drain, and Cotton ztv
cutcd for InTMtraent or on mantin. Interact allowed
on depottU accounu. Act aa rucal Agent for cor
Branch offlCM. 102 Fifth vr , H7 HutUon it , 487
Broad war, nd 10 Court it., Brookljn.
AAA PFLUGER YOUNG & PFLUGER
SOLICIT AND WILL EXECUTE ORDERS ON
sBW lOIIU STOCK KXCIIAVIIK.
NKVT lOIIU rOTTOS kxchaiuc
Chicago Board Trade New York Coffee Exchange.
Writ for cur Interesting Dally Market Letter) which
will truld. 58 ,fc
TO THE HOLDERS OF BONDS
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
Railway Company :
Under an agreement between tho Lakft Shore and
Michigan Southern Hallway Company and ourtelvet,
we make tbe following offer of exchange Into JtKW
04 rnn cet. ioo.yeti uoi.d bovd to the
holders of the existing Issue mentioned below:
We will recelTA from the date hereof lTni
VXTtTHRR XOTICK, Bondi of each Imum both
negliterrd and Coupon (tho latter hating attached
thereto all Coupons maturing after Jane 1, 1807),
and thereafter new 8b per cent. Bonde at the price of
1033 will be dellrered for the ex U ting Bonds upon
thecotnpntatton, aot June 1,1897, of 83 per cent,
annual Interest, payable semi anualty, tIs.i
For every 1,000 BUVrALO AD KRIB RAI.U
nOAD COMFtTY T PRIt CCTT. MORTUA6B
BOYD, due April 1, 189S (worth on a 3q percent.
Interest basis, as of June 1, 1807, $1,040 00), the
holder will be entitled, at 1084. to 1, 014.70 tn the
new 3a per cent. Bonds.
For every 1.000 L1KB BBORB nAlIATAY
COM PAW PEll CKVr. MOIITUACB BOYD,
dun April 1, 1899 (worth on a 34 per cent. Interest
basis, as of June 1, 1897, 151,073 19). the holder will
bo entitled, at 102-a. to 1,047.03 la the new 34 per
Fore-err 81,000 MUB ftUOUR AtD M1CIH-
sUAi lorniEivt rjulwaycotifayt t pkr
CrVT. COVeOMDATttD MORTUAUE AID
BIYHIG rUYD COl'IOT BOYD, duo July 1,
1900 (worth on a 34 per cent. Interest basis, as of
Juno 1, 1807, tl.130 D6), tbe holder will bo entitled,
at 103L,, to tl.lOft 98 tn the new 3a per cent. Bonds.
For every $1,000 of the same lsiue RUGISTRRRD
BOYD, on which the April 1, 1R97, Interest to the
amount of 1 per cent, will be collected by the regis
tered owner directly from the Railway Company
(worth $1,180 00, leu $17.r0-.$l,118 00), the holder
will be entitled, at 104, to $1,083 91 tn tho new 3a
Forevery $1,000 LAKE RnORK AD St I C1I1GAN
dOUTURBY II I LIT AY CO. T PKR CRVT. SEC
OYD MORT6AC3R BOYD duo Dectmber 1, 1903
(worth on a 3h per cent. Interest basis, as of Jane
1, 1897, $1,301.91) the holder will be entitled, at
103 -a, to $l,17S.39tnthenew3iapercent. Bonds.
We will receive Registered Bonds only when duly
Indorsed In blank; but all Interest thereop psyablo on
or before June 1, 1897, will be collected and be re
celved by tho registered owner directly from the Rail
The exchange will be msde as of the first day of
Jane, ltf97. from which date the now Bonds will bear
Tbe EY BOYDY to be delivered by us In exchange
wilt be part of an Issue for tho swrgregste principal
um of $50,000,000 to bo made by the Lake Shore
and Michigan Southern Railway Company, dated
June 1, ISO 7, and payable June 1, 1097, with In
terest at th rate of 3o per cent, per annum, payable
emt annually, both principal and Interest being pay
able In United State Oold Coin of the preaent stand
ard of weight and fineness; and will b secured by a
mortgage about to bo made by tbo Railway Com
pany The TIORTC Mm B will provide that all of the above
Issues of exlitlng bonds are to be paid at maturity, so
that thereafter th new 3-j per cent Bonds will be se
cured by a First Mortgage upon railroads, leasehold
Interests, equipment, franchises, and Income now
owned or hereafter acquired by tbe Lake Shore and
Michigan Southern Railway Company. Until the
compl-te satisfaction and discbarge of each of the ex
isting Mortgages above mentioned, the bonds wcured
by such Mortgage will be held by the Trustee of tho
new Mortgage and will be kept allvo as additional se
curity for the new Bonds to be Issued thereunder.
Upon everv exchange resulting In the right of tho
depot ttor to receive a fraction of a new Bond, we will
buy such fraction at the price of 104. or, at the op
tion of the depositor, we will sell to htm at tbe same
price the fraction necessary to complete a Bond for
In exchange for each deposit of existing Bonds, we
will Untie our RECEIPT, showing the description
and amount of such bonds deposited, and the amount
of cash received from or paid to us with respect to
any fraction of a Bond, and the amount of new Bonds
to which the holder will be entitled
The exlnlng Bonds deposited with us will be
lodged by us with the CON'TINENTAI. TRUST
COMPANY, of the City of New York, which will
hold tbe same ss Custodian under an agreement made
with ui for the protection of all parties In Interest.
Upon presentation of our RhIpt to the said Trust
Company on or after the day following tbe date
thereof, It will stamp the sime to tbe effect that It
holds under Its said agreement with u existing
Bonds of the amount and description stated In such
Tbe Trust Company will retain all existing Bonds
so deposit! with It (unless Incase of re-exchange as
hereinafter prorlded) until the same shall be ex
changed for the new Bonds to be IsMned by the Rail
way Company; and after such new Bonds shall be
received by It, will deliver the ssme to us upon our
surrender of our Receipts calling for an equivalent
ioon as tbe new Bonis are legally issued, ac
cording to our Agreement with the Hallway Com
pany, due notice will be given thereof, and upon
presentation and surrender of our Receipts at our
olTlce, the holders will be entitled to receive the said
new 34 per cent Oold Bondi, as stated therein.
If for any reason the Railway Company ihall not
have delivered the proposed new Bonds on or before
tho thirty first day of July, 107, then and tn such
event exlMlng Binds deposited with us of the a nount
and description stated In our Receipts will be re
turned through us to the holders, upon surrender
thereof, repayment being made by the respective par
ties of the amount of cash received, as set forth In
Naw York. March 30, 1897.
SPEYER & CO.,
ao lino 4.0 RTititrrr.
TROWS (formerly WILSON'S)
ron ixot. (oi. xi.t.)
This work rontalni the rorrert NAME OF EACII
nKM OH COKPOKATIOV doing fineness In this cltx.
th nair.s of the INDIVIDUAL llKMHKltS OF EACH
riRVl.tbe hl'FtlAI, I'AHT.NErW, AD CAPITAL. In
llmlte.1 firms ths tern of rlurstl in, Ai . the names of
OFKlCKKri l.NI) lUKKCTOItS OK INXORI OKA! KD
COMPANIES I1ASK", Ac . amount uf tapllsl unrter
WHAT HTATF. LAWl INCOItPOIIATFll. Ai , TRtDK
NAJIKB ami .S 4.M1.3 of PROPRIETORS thereof Also
FOREIO.V I'llMIt fo'ae huslnow In Mnv. York city,
with the 1 M-stlon of nOMh OFFICE an I names of
their M5W U)UK REPEStTATIVES. MtVAHEHh,
or AOKNT Hsnks. Usurers, lawyer. Iniuratiio ami
Trnst companies, wbolesil'rtealere, importers anil. In
fcot. every rooceni bavin large nnanolal .lesllnrs.
will fmil tls Dlrec'orv an Imllspeusahle adjunct to
their offler pnit'P. 9S.no.
TROW IUHKCTORV. PRINTINf. BOOKDINDIKO
CO , i'l TJntTerslty place, New York
Morris and Essex
DI'K IBIS. COLPOXS JIVK AD DEC.
orMIUNTEED PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST
DY DFXA . LAOKA. WESTERN R. R. CO. BT
ENDORSEMENT ON EACH DOVD.
Goldman. Sachs & Co.,
O PIK STIIKFT.
Douglas $ Jones,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
9t 11KDAD KTHBET,
Member 5nv l.rk llix U stsrbanre.
tMkaaad Uond. tt.ualitand ..14 on roainalMtoB,
Special stt. ntlun alven to fractional lot tn our
t ODD LOT " department. Drain anil pro
vision buslnes solicited
rRIVATB MTIlIlt TU CHICAGO.
Deposits received on Interest subject to check st sliht.
1" IUBLIC nEAUI.NO -Tl era will be public hearlae
by New ork Harbor Una Board, 11 A. M April JV,
IHU7, In Army bulldlnit, UU Whitehall st. New York,
on application of New Jersey Rlpsrtan Commission
ers. the N. Y and N J. Brldg. Co , and New York
pock D.pt, for chant v In established harbor line on
both shores of North !Uvr, th N. Y. nan bs-lnjj thai
Col. Corps Bsir., ris14BI at Baard.
JgMblir ggiart Int.
posT orriCR notice,
(Should be read DAILY Ly all interested as changes
may occur at any time )
Forelsn malls for the week ending-Jttrch 3". 1R07,
wllltlose (1'ltOMITLY In all cases) at th. Ueneral
l'ot omoe as follows;
THURSDAY.-It 4 A M for EUROPE, per steamship
Columbia, via Plymouth. Chert'our. and Ham
tuntt at 8 A. 1, for NETI1EBIJVNDS direct, per
steamship Schiedam, via Amsterdam (tetters must
tw directed "per Hchledam")
FRIDAY -At B p. M. for CAPE COLONY and NATAL,
per steamship Caspian (letters must bo directed
"per Caspian ")
BATllWAY.-U K. M. for TRANCE, SWITZFR
LAND. ITALY, SPAIN, POUTUUA!.. TURKEY.
KilYPTaml IlllITISH INDIA per steamship La
Champscnn, via Havre (letters for other parts of
Furope must lie directed ir La Champagne")
at HA M forNKTHF.HLAMiS dliwt, per slesm
ship eeudam, via Rutterdam (letters must be dl
rected "per Veendam'Mi at H A. M for (IENOA,
Jier steamship Kaiser Wllhelm II lletters must bo
llnvtiHl per Kaiser Wllhelm II.")i at 1 A. M.
(supplementsry 1 1 :n) A, M ) for EUROPE, per
steamship Campania, Ma yueenstnv.ni at 11 A.
M, for NORWAY direct, per stestushlp Hekla (let
ters must be directed " per Uckla "j.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC German steamers sailing
on Tues.lsys, Thurslays. and Saturdays tak.
Printed Matter, etc . for Germany, and Specially
Addressed Printed Matter, etc , for other part of
Europe White Star steamers on Wcdnes Jav take
Specially Addressed Printed Matter, etc., for Eu
rope American, Cunard, and French line steam
er take Printed Matter, ote , for all countries for
which they aro advertised to carry mall.
After ths closing of the supplementary transatlantlo
malls named above, additional supplementsry
malls are opened on the piers of the American,
Fngllsh, French, and Oerman steamers, and re
main open until within ten minutes of tho hour ot
sailing ot steamer.
MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA,
WEST INDIES. 1TC.
THURSDAY Vt 1 P.M (supplementary ltlO P. M.)
for IlERUUDt. persteamsnlp Orlnixo; at 1 P. M.
(supplementary 1 HOP M) for NASSAU, N P.,
and SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Per steamship I amna
sas; at 1 P. M. for NORTH BRA71L. per steamship
Horatio, via Para, Maranham, and Catrat at I 1.
it (supplementary 1 80 I" M.) for NASSAU. N. P .
per steamship Antllla (letters must ba directed
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for JAM MCA. PORT AU PRINCE, BAVAN1LLA.
amlCVRTIIAOKNA. per steamship Altai (letters
m'ust be directed "per Altai").
SATURDAY, -it 0 JO A. M (supplementary 1" A. M.)
for LFEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS. ier
steamship Pretoria (letters for Orensda. 1 rlnldvl,
and Totar-o must bo directed "per Pretoria)," at
10 v M (supplementary 10 30 A. JDforJERE
MIE JACMEL. and AUX-CAYLS. per steamship
Athos (letters for Rellse, Puerto Corter, and Gua
temala must be dlrvcted "per Athos"):at 10 so
A. M for CAMPECHE. C1IUPAB, TAIIASCO,
and YUCATAN, per steamship Seguranoa (let
ters for other parts of Mexico nnd for Cuba
must be directed "perhegursm a")t at 7 I" M for
NASSAU. N P , per steamer from Miami, Fla., at
8 80 I M. for NEWroUN'DLAND. per steamer
from Hallf uz,
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax and tbenoe
by steamer close at this office dally at H 30 P M.
Malls for Mlquelou, by rail to Boston and thenco
! steamer, close at this office dallv at 8 no P. M.
Malls for Cuba close at this omco dally at 7 A. M .
ror forwarding br steamers salting (Monday nd
Thursdays) from Port Tampa. FI. Stalls for Mex
ico Cltv, overland, unless specialty addressed for
despatch by steamer, close at this office dally at
2 30 A. M and 2 30 P M IReglstered mall cloaca
at 0 P. M. previous day
Malls for China and Japan (specialty addressed
only), per steamship Empress of India (from Van
couver), tlose here dally up to March It I at 8 .10
P. M. Malls for China and Japan, per steamship
Ilraemer (from Tacoma) close here dally up to
March tii at l 30 P M. Malls for the society
Islands, per ship Tropin Bird (from Ran Fran
ilmi), closo here dally up to March B'i at
0 80 P M Malls for China. Japan, and Hawaii,
per steamship Coptic (from San Francisco),
clo here dally up to March VO at 30
P SI Malls for Australia (excopt those for West
Australia, which are forwarded via Europe). New
Zealand. Hawaii. FIJI and Hamoan Islands, per
steamship Mariposa (from han Franctico), cloe
here dallv up to SlarvU IJ" at 7 JO A.M.. 11 A.
M , and 1 30 P M (or on arrival at New York of
steamship Umbria with British malls for Austra
lia.) Malls for Australia (except Weat Australia).
Hawaii, and rill Islandt (speclallv addressed
onlv), persteamsnlp Warrlmoo rrom Vancouver),
cluie here dally after March IJ7 and up to April 1
at 8 31) P M. Malls for Hawaii, per steamship
Autralla(from t-an Francisco), ilose here dally up
to April Uattl J0P M . ...
Trans Pacific malls are f nrwapled to port of sailing
dally, and the achedute of closing is arranged on
the presumption of their uninterrupted overland
trsru.lt IReglstered mall closes at 0 P. M. pre
Cn UM -ES W D OTTOS. Postmaster.
Pot Office. New 1 ork. N Y. SI an. h '.'4. 1887.
PETER FMEYKK. AUCTlONEFIl
CORPORATION 8AI I. OF REAL KSTATE.
TJUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY HE.N THAT THE
Jr CommlAlonei-s of the Slnklni Fund of the City of
New York, by virtue of the powers vested In them by
law, will offer for sole, at puMIc auction, on Tuesday,
March JO. 11)7. at I J o'clmk M. at the New York
Real Estate -sleroom. No 1 1 1 Broadway, tb follow.
Ing described lots, pieces or parcels of real estate be
longing to the Corporation of the City of New York,
via Thire CI) lots on tbe south side of One Hundred
and Fifty tlmt street. b"tween Convent and Amster
dam avemies. Men k vOos, (new number), known by
the Lot No 41), each 23 feet front and 89 feet 11
One (1) triangular lot on Convent avenue and One
Hundred and Ftfttethstrect. Block 20t'5 (new number).
Lots Nos 13 und 10, IDS feet 1 IS laches fronton
Convent avenue, 01) feet 1 1 Inches deep on the westerly
side and 43 feet .V Inches on the northerly side there
of, along the centre line of the blixk between One
Hundred and Fiftieth anil One Hundred and Flftv first
streets The several parcels of the ssld property be
ing shown on a map thereof prepared by Fugene I .
SIcLeitn, Frirlnccr of the Finance Iepartment. dated
January IB. 11)7. and numbered respectively thereon
No. 1, J, .Land 4 . ......
Lithographic maps of ssld real estate may be had at
the Comptroller's Office, Stewart building, No .'60
Broadway, after Slarch fi. 1M7
Rv order of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund,
under a resolution adopted at a meeting of the Board
held Mav Je. 1NU0 . . . . .
For terms and con lltlons of sale, and mors detailed
information, see City Record
ASHBFL P FITCH. Comptroller
CITY OF VfW M)RK. USANCE DEPARTMENT,
COM1TROI I ER-S OFFICE. March iK. 1S7.
U- R ENGINEER OJHCF. ST. AUOUVTINE. Fla,
Msrch 24, 197 To whom 11 nicy concern:
At herts. the navigation of Key West harbor. Fla . Is
obstructed and eartsligered by certain wrecks, notice
Is hereby given to all person Interested In said
wrecks, an 1 r perty appertaining thereto, that If
within thlrtvdnxa from the date of this advertise
ruent they slull not have signified their Intention to
m and taken prellm'nary steps to remove ali
wrecks, tc as sn as practicable, tbe same will lie
considered as sbtndoned and derelict, and they will
be removed In the United states under authority of
law The wrecks are ilcslgnsted as follows No B.
No 10, No II, No W.N) 11 (Horldn), So 14, No 13
(Cora's Inller). and the " Governor Marvin " Sealed
iroposals In triplicate, for removal of all these
wrecks c . will be received here until !! P M . April
4. 1HU7. and then publicly opened Government
reservrs right to reject any or all bids and to t, aire
any lnformalltle For Information apply here. By
authority of the Secretary of A ar.
W. H. H BENYAURD, Lieut -Col Fnglneer.
Siiiilrnti'5 and utertjst.
OFFICE SOUTHERN PACIFIC C0MPAST, SS Broad
btreet (Mills Building)
New York, March 22, 1807.
Coupons duo April 1st from the following bond
will he aid on snd after that date at t bis offlce.
Southern Pactfle R It Co of CaL 1st Sltge.
Southern PacMc of i'al IstMtgeof loin,
southern Pacific Brsnch R'y Co 1st Sllge.
Northern R'y 1st Mtge.
Central Pacific R R Co Land Bonds, ext
Central Pao. R. It Co 1st 'IWc (San Joamiln Br.).
Central Psc R R Co Gold Bonds of 10.10
Morgsn's La. 4 Tex R R and S s Co 1st Mtga.
New York. Texas Mexican It R. Co 1st Mtge.
N. T SMITH. Treaaurer.
Coupons dua April 1.1807, from the following bonds
will lie paid on and after that date by th. Central
Houston, Tex r.s Central Cons Mtge
Houston, Texaa Centnl Osueral Mtgo.
Houston, Texaa Central Deb. nturse
N T SMITH. Treaanren
HICAOO, P.OCK ISLAND AM) PACIFIC RAlC
0FI1CKOI nir. TRFARURER.
CHICAGO March JA, 1897
A dividend of fifty cents per share will be paid on
ths 1st day of May, 18 7, to the shareholder of this
company's stock registered on the closing of the trans
The transfer liooks will te c'osed on the .list Inst,
snd opened on the ISth day of vprll to remain open
until the 4th day of Slav next, uhen they shall b.
again closed for the purposes of th annnsl election,
V," (i p I 11DY, Treasurer.
D PICK, OK
t. i.ofis, ino Aim ataia a xoiTHEnM
No 103 BIK)M)SAA.N Y . Slarch lrllli. 18B7.
Notice Is hsreliy given that the coupons due April
1st. IMV7. of the Ocnirsl Consoll latel P.sliway 4:
Land Grant Mortgsjt U.nd of the Mt ImiiIs Iron
Mountslnihouthern lly Co will he psllou ssld date,
upon proeutnl)-i)i nt th om -a of the Mercantile Trust
Co , No ISO Ilroodway, New York
A II t'ALEr, Troaaurer,
SJATIOAAI. H Al I. PAPFIl inAIPtsjy,
418 4I 4i Its I1RW)IF 8THEFT,
COHNI.ll FI.Sl STRlhT. M.W YORK, N Y.
The Ilianluf Dlrei tors has di Ureil that the regu
lar quarterly Interest of two per tent i percent ) on
the Debenture Sto, k of this Compsn lia paid on
April 1st. 1MU7 checks vmII Im malleit from this
ofltoe Transfer books n i Is ilosrd ti March 24th,
1HU7, snl reuiwutd mi pr!l id, IHv);
lirOKGF. W WHITE, Secretary,
CoUrjito nutl schools.
Schools of Klocutlsu ana Ilmmatlr Ana.
Hrli.ol for ltngnage,
.ATI AAIO FIIP.AI II fOIl UF.UIAIRIt'.
A clasa for the alMve Is being formed and will begin
as soon as possible, Tuesday anil rrldai evening
terms moderate Addrcst V A bos I3j Sun ornoe
iiau Ins: Academies.
Harvard School for DanciujT,
I'JttTII NT, .A A II PARK AA.
Ed J Flnnegan Director Vnur 'liss lessons, tl . 54
lessons, " Vv.iltr gusruntreil In alx prlvato lessons,
S3 Two-step In (hii private lesions, $1
087 Hudson st i walla and two step guaranteed In 10
private lessons. $3i at any hour, with music
DmSbV lasm3 svmtt Jrfnsw DroiSfwayi tfr
CoUtfiw nitfl gtlioolt. iH
For louni ATomrn t'lty and t'ountry. 'sSlsH
Nazareth Industrial School, Jtffll
BRONXVILLE, N. Y. MM
tuder tho t harxe or the sister r St. Jrk of J$Ml
Anrarcth (Kplsropnl). tSrlaH)
Indf strlal training for girls of goj.1 charactar, t VTAsW1
render them self supporting VtBf saW
Terms, iao a Arnr. n vnmtlon. ?
lliislncss Cnllcgr. snssbiM
VI.I. gradt'Ates pla-elt Mclropotltan Schooli Isaaa OTB'
Pitman shorthundi prllc'1eaous at class rat. ' Vassal
MA.NDOI IN, bAnJo slolln, gultsr. waMi. two-st.n. jRHt
stago dam Ingi private lessons, day or evening! Hj
S3 course! Instruments aud muvh' rurnlshe 1 free. tHHf
DEAN'S 23 8dT. m
LA WRENCE SCHOOL OF ACTING If
I0tfest HA st. tend for circular 'IS
J.anorcrtes, Organ?, fit. M
F8SGHER PSAOS 1
Tho Urge it na 1 tlnt a).ortnrnt of Omnds and JM
Vprlghtt In tint iloftetltcn und ihoice wnods Mod' 'W
erste price, and eAiiy payment I'lsno for rent,x 4
ciiknRed Sttrersl Mrconil hant rirtuoiiuC our own ana ji
ether celebratol mu - st low irl. - 1
j ICllF 11 PIANO WARFROOXS. '-
03 Union rjusrr.Wrst between li.Hi and lTtti its.. N.T. .y
1VKKH V lOXI iBAXO j
Conlaln tnany pAtented improvements of great pro TB
tlcal valuo foiinl In ro other pltnos WonderfulLf 2ft?
rich, cxpresslvo tones nest, tasterul c wi ffif
RFSTF1). -OI I) ON 1NSTAI.LMFNTS. iffl
RENT APl'LIFD ON PURCHASE. g
New and slightly used Pianos J1!0H up, will exchange! ?J
them within ear at Just hat you pay for them fo A
N EW 1 ER-S A PON 1) .S TO
LOUIS J JOSCELYN. 10 Fast lBth St.
BRADBURY PIANOS. !
To n&ke nwm fornewslivk v,u will ofTer for thirty jp
dars all ie:ond band Upright Pianos, no matter how U
little used, at Invoice price. It will pay to call and ,t
price these bargains. jv
Terms easy F. O SMITH. g
W Z. Holmes. Mana-rcr 03Slhav.. cor 17th st, M
FEW REAlTliAluTAINS this week In beautiful j
A new styles, shop worn, and slightly used uprights. W
Also a lot of second band squares that we will sell for s ja
$23 and upe, ard to make room Do not purchase he- TO
fore nrstseeln? what the Aj:rilMf I'ltW) tD Hl
OIK. s. ., i,o Kst 14th st , N. Y., can offer you. -M4,.
Bend iHital ror catalogue. cSf
"""FINE L",R1UHT-PIAN0 51'13, 83 monthly! Chlcfc- W
. erlng barirnln fas
WISVNF.R. SO Montgomery st . Jersey City. ,31
A FINE STLI.NWAY, 170, n mouthly:"uprigha,
WIS.SNF.R HALL. 811 Broad st . Newark. N. J. m
3?I.EOA"vf UPRIGHT PIANO. 15, tU monthly! S
-i Stelnwa). bargain. A,
WlvssEll. 23 fut 14th st t open evenings. Sf
H. 8. GORDON PIANOS. I
ReMleil, sold on efts) terms; $W3 up. Jgk
ISH 3th av , between 20th and Slstjts. tffi
OUR SPECIAL for this month, new cabinet grand .t
upright pianos, all Improvements, 8225, payabl. 3,
t7 inonthlj . warranted nve years TWAY PIANd J8
CO, 88 3th av. Twaj's Sluslcal Guest mailed free. 'S
R.Wi. Walters Pianos f
RENTED EASY TERMSi EXCHANGED 23 UP. j
lf3. 1Q7 WIST 3P ST.
S TfclNW AY.10(irn mouthlT, upright, rent SS. "jg
380 Fulton st . Brooklyn! open eenlngs. ij
rrniKTY"full"sliesquare pianoaTbeJt makes, (78 fM'
J- each, 83 monthly Jt
WISSNER, 208 Fnlton st, Brooklyn. Q
UPBJGHT PLVNO (lis 3 monthly; 6tetnway. Safe
bargain, rent. S3. WISSNER, 332 Stat. St.. neaV 3f
Flatbtuh av , Brooklyn.
"l"TTESTIONOLD'DR' ORINDLEToilADrATE Vlll' $
J. FR.MTY OK HIE CITY OF NEW YORK. MBDI"- f
CAL DEPARTMENT; 31 YEARS A SPECIALIST lit j
DISEASLS OF S1EN. OLD DR GRINDLE has beat ft
longer estahllshet and has had mure experienoe than U
anv other advertising physician; city paper prov. h
this. Under his scientific treatment blood and skin dia ,'
eases, pains In bones red spots, sore throat and mouth,
ulcers, painful swellings, kidney and bladder com
plaints scalding Inflammation, gravel, undeveloped j
urtans, w eak back, lost sltalltv. are speedily, ptirina M
nentlr cured Sleu about to marry should consult OLD cs
DR GRINDLE Even Impediment removed Sufferers, &
do not v, aste time visiting less skilful physicians R
member. OLD DR. GRINDLE never falls OFFICII &
OVFR 13 YEARS nt 171 AS est 12th st , between OtH Of
and7thavs Adthofree. Mi-llclne tl. Hours 0 to 8. S
Sundays, V to 1 No charge units cured. sJ.
OLD tin. I.IIK1, as years av spes-lallst tn tla if
essnisr mensiil), Quickest permanent cure guar jW
anteed In all diseases or money refunded Blood pol Jtfl
son. skin diseases kidney and bladder trouble, weak l X i
nrss nervous debility, errors of youth, bad dreams. KVk
weak, undeveloped organs. Impediments tomarrlsge, Mm
&c. Be wise, consult tbe only old specialist in tals llEl
city Offlce over S3 years at 120 East 17th st. War ri S
Union square. Hours 8 to 8. Sundays U to 8. Eden- jl m
tine treatment aud advice free Slcdlclno only 30c i? H ;
.i..QCitKEsTrlTivn-fEST crha $'
In disease of men. dangerous cases solicited, relief at S-
once, those desiring only first-class sclentino treat n-
mrnt shonld call The leading siieclallst, Dr BON
SC1IUR. 127 West 22i st , 0 to 3, 0 to 8 Sundays, 10 (J
V" PII.KrATION"of painless or Internal medicine 3
private disease and weakuejses by DR. HEATIL :
104 last 2Vthst , cureil them after they had been tor Jpl
tured bv cutting, ounds, suppositories, clamps, eiec ;
trtobvit. ;S I
DR CONHAD'S SANITARIUM. 117 West 47tbl I
st (formerly 34th st ). Telephone 001 SSth St. '
Consultations, U to 8 q '. i
LAninsi CMd-nter1! Engjlsh Pea-ivroyil P3 &
itutoJ tiu), aro the Best. K-.t. tuiuu. 1 -
T-s ss eUT S4 susirs. Ir pAnkulsrs, "ruii4 , ,
fw Lswtf is littss by Raturn Matl. . st Drsrsisa, . '
Chichester cbemlcarco.. Thllada.. Pa, 'i
, a '4 '
1)R01OSALR FOR 12 INCH BRFECH LOADtNO J '
RIFLED SIORTARS Ordnne ottlcc. War Do fn
partment. Washlugton, March in, 1 "9 7. Sealed pro- if
pos&ls In duillcate. will lio rectlve.1 bere until 8
o'clock P SI. MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1-B7. and then v,
public!) opened, for finishing and assembling sixty (;
four 1.' inch Breech landing HIS el Mortars, mors or '
e.s. the principal parts being supplied by the United ' ;
Motes. IllJsiMll clsols rccclve.1 forslxtv four B L. '
Steel Mortars cfui!lete, more or les. In accordant) ,
with tho specifications governing Insi-ectlon and man
ufacture of steel Mc.rtar. United states assume ra- J 1
spouslhlllty for all tlalms for pstrnt-s on theso roor sill1
tars. Rids m 111 ls rt. el t-d for all ir part of forego- 3 -M
Ing Information furnlshd uiwn application to Brlgrf- i5
Gen I) W 1-LSciLFR.chl'f of Ord 1
1SUOPOSAI.S toil 12 IM II SPRING UPTURN MOR- Jff
. TUi CARRIAGES Ordnance onlce, AA ar Depart ,
ment. Washington. D c. Slarch IS. lstf? sealed
pn :osl. In dupllcste. will tie received here until 3 J
o'click P M. MONDAA. APRIL IV, lfu7, and then 'i5
publicly nprned for suppljlng the unlnanco Depart f
r.icut, C "- Arms, with slxtr, more or less. Spring- uk
Return t arrlagt for 12lmh II L Rlfied Slortars.
1'niteil stsles assumes rcsiamsiblltty for all claims for t I
pstents on these carriages II! 's v.111 b" re. elved for .,
all or for part of foregoing luformstlon furnished rf
upon applkatlou to BrU c,cn D W, I LAGLER, Chlrt A )
lHOPl)SI.S HSR 1 INCH STFFL MORTAR FORO "
J INiM Ordutnn urrice. War Department, Wash i
lngtoti. Slanh I" lsu? -sealed iroxials. In dupll 1
csle. will !ere("!ed here until . I o'cl.Hk P SI . MOW- J
DAS, APRIL It' l"i7. and Hi n i ubllcly opened, for .
supiilvlug tbe Gnlnam-e Department L s Army, with Ji;
sixty four itets. niori' or 'ess, of steel torglngs, or
Amcrhan manuf uture, for Ulmli mortar Bid j. '
will Ik. n. eh eii for all or part of foregoing Inform- j
tlon furnishtd tion application to Brig Gen. D. W. I
FI.AGI.FR. Chief of Ord ,
PROPOSALS FOR 10 INCH AND IJINCnSTKK, If
GUV KOKGINGS Ordnance Ofrice, War Depart ' I
n.ent NVasklngt in Mar !i is, 197. Soided proposals. gj
In duplicate 111 lo received here until S P. M-. 1 I
SIONDAY, APRIL 19. 1897. and then publicly opened, -ll .
for siippllngth t'rlnsnoo Department, U. 8. Army, I
lth sets steel I orilngs, of American mannfaotttr., a s
rull.ms It) sets, morn or lesa, for ID Inch guns, and J
llseti tnore or lcs, for 12 Inch guns HI Is will b. Si i
received for all or pArt of foregoing. Information i
win Is. ftinl-hed upon jppllcatlou to ltrig Gen. D. W. ;, I
FI AGim Chief of Ord. , ;
"ISIIOPOSAIS TOR SJ10KFLESS POWDER Ord ? &
J nam eOfThc. Washington. SUrch 2 1.1 SB7 Sealed J- Ml
irsials. In ilupllcctH, will ln--elveduntll 3o'oloolc f, Ij
P M APRIL i . nl for 40,000 poun 1 of smok I IM
l.hs powilcr for "(I tallber small srni. delivered at ' ,jl
Frankford Ar-enjl, Phlladelphls, P.. , vlr.i 10,000 ffl
iwunds on July 1, 1 "Ur, 1.1 Odd pounds In August. J
lHt'7, and lA.OOO pouu Is tn Noemller, lt97 Infor ;fi;
nation furnished upon application to Brig. Gen D. W. lit
FL.AllI.Ht, t blef of Or I "U
$t fliU Stottrcs. jfi i
A""t AM'KTIALTKItM Oi TIE SI PRFME COURT j
h-ild in and for the cltv ind couutv of Mew York !
sttn Court House In said city uu too 231 day or ,j
Man h IM'7 I,
I'rcsmtllon FI'.FDHHCK hMYTII JusUee. ' i
Intli. matter uf th applU'stimi of tlm -enth Rest- ,
meut Viteraui'luii fur leavo to s-uuu.o anothtv 'j
On reading and llllrg the jellllon of tbe Seventh t j
Regiment Veteran i lul of the iltvof Sew S ork.daud ! ,
Slarch 1 Dili, I sti7 for leave to a.-isumc another nam. jj
t,i rvlt. Tic Military l lull if No "iork." and It 'Rt
furtlur aiiN.arlug ty theierlltlcaio of the Secretary J
of Mate that said itjme is not Iho name of any other j
domestl' lorpi riii.im or armm- so nearl) r.-.i-mbllng .T;
thensi.ic of uiiy theras to lonl.uliti'd to deceive. nt
and tlu Cmrt i-elng satlsflml ly sail petition and
rertiilcal. that there is no reaiouableoblecilontosucli p
chjiueof mi) h It sal I turpi rstlou, and It further an- ;r
pesrlngt MlusAiisfnctloin ftnaiuurt that due nolle) H
of lids si i II atluuhailK-eiiKl'iu ss required bylaw JJ
bvt to piilill -atli.it of a uotli then of forslxsuccei.1T. - 1
noeks In tw.nlally cwspa rs publlshi d In tho city ' n
of New York where said corHratloii .located, , r!
Now on motion of s I II Ward, counsel forpaU
tlouer. II Is I en'tiy orden-d, pursuant to the prayer or ,
said potltlon, il.at the Sovrntli Hi-glment eteranCIub .(
of tl, Cits of New A ork t ri! I It U ternhy folly 1
authjrlxeit loasiume tho corporate name of '-Th. A '11
Slllltary t lul) of New York ' In plsceof Its present II
name fnim and after tbe 7th day of April, 18i)7i and ,
It Is lirreli) further order" I, tint this ordor b. ,
entereil and tne ptpers on which It was granted b. r
rlleil within ten days from tl til in of tho granting
thereof, lit I ii otllco of the clerk of the tlty and t
coqut of N s York wherein said corporation cer t
tlflcitif of ui-ort)ratlim Is diet and that a certified j
lupr of this nrler within ten itsvs from Its entry b. -
IllHllulle ifilieof these retsry f -rate and -I?
It 1 lu'ebv further ordered that a copy of this ,'C
order be publi-hrd In The New Y rk Lav. Journal and jV
InTheMin two uewspapers pubiu-'ieil lu the city and -Sst
couuty of New York, otue a wink for four succeaslv. AAy
weeks, aud that the drst publU-stlon of said copy In YrAi
ssld n.wspsper t wd wnuia uu dsys furjt VM
atrr of IhU ants, EUttt 1, tV, J. fi, ,W
L w51ri.T d. nrA0T, out ip