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REORGANIZATION
The Toledo, St. Louis and
Kansas City Railroad Co.
To the Holder- of certificates Issued by the
Continental Trust Company lor First Mort
•rafe 0% Bonds, and for nndeposited First
M"r;ii:«L;- iS"t Dondi, vrlth unpaid coupons
jnatnrlnc: on and after June 1. IS93| l*r«~
frrr«*d £tock; and Common Stock.
The BBBBMafaMI have prepared a plan and agreement
'•r the .---jar.lxstlor. of The Toledo. fit. Louis and Kansas
City Railroad Company, copies of which may be obtained
at the race of the depositary tsnder said plan, the Central
Trust Company at New York, 54 Wall Street, New York
City Hoiflers of the above—named certificates, undeposlted
bends •rtOl sB BB»b*bI coupons attached maturing on and
after Ju-e '.. ISBS. and stock, are hereby notified that
tselr hol*:"r» must be deposited with the Central Trust
CdfipaLT.r •"* New York M or before June 22. 1900. after
wfclch dite deposits W.ll be receded In th* discretion of
♦he Cemmitte* and on insch terms as It may Impose.
Nes---:a:- - Trust Company certificates will be. Issued for
•ecurltles deposited.
Hollers cf stock of the above claaaaa are further notified
that the? mart pay to the depositary on the terms specified
in the pl«a J2O en each there of preferred stock and $12
on esrh share cf common stock, cf which amount S3 must
be paid on each share of the preferred stock and tt on
each share cf cerumen stock at the time of deposit.
As underwrites syndicate has been formed which has
apreed to purchase the new securities not taken by old
•»curity holders at the same prices payable by non-assent
ing security bclderv and will also furnish the balance of
tt* cash requirements.
New Tor*. June 12. ISCO. "
FREDERIC P. OLCOTT. Chalraan,
WILLIAM A. HEAD,
HEMIY BUDGE.
J. KE.WEDV TOD.
Committee.
J. N. WALLACE. Secretary.
54 Wall Btr*et-
ADRIAN" H. JOLINE. <~oursei.
REORGANIZATION
OF THE
Toledo, St Louis &
Kansas City Railroad Co.
To the holders of certificate* tunned by Con
tinental Tni«t Company of the City of Sew
York, for first morttncf six per cent,
uonda.
Toe MBsssYtta under the bondholders' agreement of
August ■•th. 1533. and under the plan and agreement of
umin' 1 1 im of December lath. 1696. nave entered Into
ar. e«/'*einent with Central Trust Company of New York
*aC others, who will take over tlie bid of the committee
for the inortgiged premises, at a price equivalent net to
130 far cent, for "-- first inertgag- bend deposited with
the coupon njaturing June Ist. 1893. and subsequent
coupons. or.fi interest or. the purchase price at four per
cent- from Jur.e let, ' -•■ to the date of payment to the
cciEtnlttee.
The r' jr cn a s* price Is payable Id the committee on or
before June 30. 1900. aad will be distributable by the
commit!** as sooc a? received, at the Continental Trust
Compacr at the City al New York. No. 30 Broad Strset.
New York City, on presentation and surrender d the out
«taEd:n« eerttiicat** of deposit of that Company.
A new plan ar.'" agr**rj*s:t for the reorganization cf the
Toledo, ft. Louis axd Kansas City Railroad Company has
been prepared by the purchaser*, arl copies may be ob
tained at •-- ssM cf the depositary under said plan.
Central Trust Company of New York. No. 54 'Wall Street,
New York CM]
All holders of certificates cf deposit of the Continental
Trust Company, who. In lieu of accepting- cash for their
certificate", may deaire to avail themselves of the benefits
afforded by the new plan arcl a^r**ment of reorganisation.
may deposit their certificates of deposit at the Central
Trust Company. 54 'Wall Ft., under the new plan and
agreement of reorganization In accordance with the fore
rcing notice.
Dated, New York. June 12, 1600.
MOHTOS S. PATOX,
** --" OTTO T. BANXARD.
H. O. ARMOUR.
JOBS C. HAVEMETER,
KIIHD. B. HAKTSHORXE.
TO HULJDERS OP
NEGOTIABLE RECEIPTS
FOR SHARES AND INCOME BONDS
OF THE
Western New York I Pennsylvania
I
Railway Company.
On an,*, after Jane IStX 1600. upon surrender of our
Negotiable Rece'-pta. Issued for Shares, Income Bonds,
Etock Scrip, or Bond Serif of th* Western New York
and Pennaylvaci*. Railway Company h-retcfore depcutted
with us, we will pay Nine rt>) Dollars per Share for
Shares. emS Ttiree Hundred (3.X>) Dollars per Bond for
Isoocsa Bccla. and a like proportion lor Stock and Bond
Ecrtp, repr»e*sted by our Negotiable Receipts.
SPEYER & CO.,
SO BROAD STREET.
New York. Jus- Ml 180P
OMAHA & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
Holder* of a majcrlty at tie first mortgage 4% bonds
have aaeented to th* bondholder"' agreement with the
under«i«Tie<l as committee. Legal [roceealnsm to enforce
the bondholders' •rights are In progref s. and the Immedi
ate deposit with the Union Trust Company, No. 80 Broad
way, of ■II outstanding bonds Is ■urgently requested. Th«
Committee reserves the light to impose a penalty on any
bonds cot deposited b»fc>re JTTN'E 13. 1900.
2fct*4 June Q. 1900.
W. EaiLE.V ROOSEVEJLT. )
< MUOssVa ■ 11. GOLD, > Committee.
KlUlAiis SMITH, )
OSm of Controller at Allegheny Ccunty.
Court House. Pittsburgh Pa June 1, 1900.
■yoncE to BONDHOLDERS.— By virtue of
a resol-jticn duiy passed May Tl, 1800. by the con.
eusloners of the ccurtr ef Allegheny relative to the r»
sanapdc: ot certain registered refunding riot bonds issued
t-y to* county of Ali^yneny pursuant to ar. act of Assem
bly entitled "An act granting power to counties, cities
(.except cities cf tii<> flrst ani second classe*). bortxichß,
E:uc:c:pa{it:eß cr rcfio&l iistr!ct« in t!:ts CommonTreaJth
wcics hai-e Iseued tonds or cth<»r interest-bearing evi
dences of lad*stedn»s«, to redeem tne same and is: uo
r*w bcr.ds therefor with cr wlth-jut Interest coujions at
tAched." approved" the J«th day cf April, A. D. lfcSl.
Notice ■ hereby yiven that on July 1. A. D. I£*X\ at
» office of the county con:roller, court boose, Plttsburg.
tte ioiiovir.); regietered refunding not bonds, bearing •»
Per cent int-regt, a*ne» 6-2<), issued January 1, A. D.
■I each of the der.^mfr.atlors cue thousand <$1.00*J.O0)
c^iiirs tad nii=:berei! remtctlvely nine (V) to two hun—
<^i 2fty-cine CZ'j) toth lndusii c. will be paid, together
v -"'-a ic:»re»t. on prefentaticn c: the same at the efflce
afprera;-;. ani that <^n and after said date, viz., July 1.
&*J. Jtierest on s«M bonds wUI cease.
W. a. TKOMPsON. County ControU-r.
pHEDIT MAN. 34, ten years' experience in
mana^emest of credits, coliectloae and contract*
t*TEi'j£.ie-£t-Uiw acd member bar) Etna position: flret
cla« references; boi^ds If deelred. For Interview address
prODßpOjr. H. W. F.. Room 218. St. : ■•nis. 11th and B waj-.
(Trnst Companies.
>lortox Trust
Compact,
Capital & Surplus— s4,7so,ooo
LEV! P. MORTON 7 President
THOMAS F\ EYaN' Vice-Pre-ldent
JiJiLS K. COIiBIEKE... Second Vlc«-Pr«sV
H. M FRANCIS Secretary
W. REDMOND CROSS.. Treasurer
KUGEXE E. VARET....Asat. Secretary.
H. B. BERRY Trust Officer
DIRECTORS:
«cha Jacob Astor. Joseph Larocque.
G«orge F. Baker, D. O. Mill*.
Edward J. B«rwlnd. Levl P. Morton.
Frederic Cromwell, Richard A. McCurdy,
Janes B. Duue, W. G. Oakxnan.
Heary M. riagler, George Foster Peabody,
G- G. KaTen. Samuel Rta,
Joseph C. Hec(!rlx. E!lhu Root,
Abr«a s. Hewitt, Thomas F. Ryan.
«*»« ML Jarvle, J bo Sloana,
v''aiter S. Johnrtoo. \\ ii'tam C. Whitner.
Augustus D. Juilliard, A. Wolff.
lieue Travellers' Letters of Credit.
Buy and Sell Bills of Exchange.
Collections on all Foreign Countries
. A •"'^'EnTISEIIENTS and sube-np' l'>"» f.>r The Tribune
t~~ A r*c*jved at their Ootasra Offlce No. 1.212 broad «sy.
-a aocr ii-rtii o£ Slat-*;., until a o'cux-lt p. m. . advertine
*y** received *t tfe« foUowing braenh offices at regular
c_ce r».i*s uii'-il » o'clock d m.. vjz. : £34 £tn-*v*.. „ s.
?.- V a ? v ' .ii »Ln-*ve , cor. 12UJ--1.: Mai.-y # «. 6ta-ave.
142 Q>lub4>us-»v«. near West 6«th-st. ; 106
• I' +~2~ tt ~ aexz 6iii-s.v«. , li 2 Eaut 14th-st. . 257 W«st
■™^»-. «** t »"* : a 7t n and 6th ayes.; Uiw Ea-' 47;h-st. . I.3SS
«-*>•-. between 7«th and 77th us., I.OBe M-*v«u-
Jrnst dompanice.
Guaranty Trust Co.
of New York.
•AHSAC COBNEB CEDAB STRKET.
CAPITAL. ... -^ : $2,000,000
■I RFLIS, .... «3,000,000
ACTS AS TRDSTKB FOB 00 RrO RATIONS.
FIRMS. AND INDIVIDUALS. A3 GUARDIAN.
EXECUTOR, AND ADMINISTRATOR. TAKES
ENTICE CHARGE OF REAL AND PER
SONAL ESTATES.
INTEREST ALLOWED OX DEPOSITS
■abject to cheque or on certificate.
DRAFTS ON' ALL PARTS OF GREAT BRI
TAIN. FRANCE. AND GERMANY BOUGHT
AND SOLD. COLLECTIONS MADE.
TRAVELLERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT AVAIL
ABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, AND
COMMERCIAL LETTERS OF CREDIT ISSCKD.
WALTER G. OAKMAN. President.
ADRIAN ISELIN. JR., Vice-President.
GEORGE R. Tt'RNnCLL. 2d Vice-Pre-ldeirt.
HENRY A. MURRAY. Tress, and Sec.
J. NELSON BORLAND. Aaat. Treas. and Sec.
WM. C. EDWARDS. 2d Asst. Treas. & See.
JOHN GAULT. Manager Forelm D«pt. *"
01 RECTORS.
Samael D. Babcock. Adrian Iselln. Jr..
Georce F. Baker. Augustus D. JuUllard.
George 8. Row-dole, Jamea N. Jarrle,
Ausust Belmont. Richard A. MeCurdy
Frederic Cromwen. Levt P. Morton.
Walter E. Gillette. Alexander E. Orr.
G. G. HaTen, TT alter G. Oaknan.
E. H. Harrtman, Henry H. Rogers.
R. Somers Hayes. H. McK. Twomblj.
Charles R. Henderson. Frederick W. Vanderbtlt. '
Harry Payne Whitney. i
LONDON OFFICES,
33 LOMBARD STREET. E. C.
■ ST. JAMES STREET. S. W. LONDON.
Boys and Bella exchange on the principal ]
cities of the world, collects dividends and coo- '
pons without charge, issues travellers' and com- i
mercial letters of credit, receives and pare
Interest on deposits subject to cheque at sight '
or on notice, lends money on collaterals, deals la
American and other Investment securities, and
effers its services as correspondent and financial
a;ent to corporations, bankers, and merchants. '
Bankers,
• BANK OF ENGLAND,
CLYDESDALE BANK. Limited.
NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF
ENGLAND. Limited.
PARR'S BaNK, LIMITED.
Solicitors,
FRESHFIELDS AND WILLIAMS.
London Committee,
ARTHUR JOHN FRASER. Chairman.
DONALD C. HALDEMAN.
: LEVI P. MORTON.
%2i -
THE TRUST CO.
OF AMERICA,
149 BROADWAY,
(Xorthwe»t Corner Liberty St.)
CAPITAL ... $2,500,000
SURPLUS - - - $2,500,000
Allows Interest on Daily Balances.
subject to check through the New Tork
Clearing-house or payable at sight, acd on
Or::Seates cf Deposit.
Acts as Trustee, Receiver, Committee. Ex
•futor. Guardian. Administrator, Assignee,
Registrar, Transfer and Fiscal Agent.
Is a legal depository for Court and Trust
Funds.
Loans Money on Bond and Mortgage.
Special attention given to the management
of real estate and the collection and remit
tance cf rents.
Carefully selected securities for invest
ment always on hand.
OFFICERS!
ASHBEL P. FITCH. WM. HARBOUR.
President. Vle->-Pr--»ld»>nt.
WM. H. LEIPP, H. S. MAWIXG.
Vice-President. Vice-President.
LA.WBUC9CK O. MURRAY,
Trnut Officer.
RAYMOVD J. CHATRY. Secretary^
THOMAS C. CLARKE. Jr., \sat. Sec*y.
ALBERT L. HAMSTER, Treasurer.
W. HIM HALL. Aunt. Treaanrer.
DIRECTORS!
>SH3EL P. FITCH. JOEL F. FREEMAN
WILLIAM BARBOra, 'WILLIAM E. SPIER
HENRY S. MANNING. AXSCN R. FLOWER
6AMCEL A.MAXWELL, HENRY. S. EEDMOND
irrp.nv T. nET.nicE. John R. HEGEMAN.
CHAS. F. tXTLXB, C. I. HUDSON.
EMERSON McMn.TJN. WTLLARD BROW!*,
JAMES M.DONALD. THILIP LEHMAN
GEORGE CROCKER. EDWARD F. CRAGIN
BDWABDC SiHAEFER, GEO. EUHENTHAL
8. C. T. DODO. FRANK JAY GOCLD.
WILLIAM A. CLARK.
REALESTATETRUSTCa
OF NEW YORK,
No. 30 Nassau Street
capital, SLRPLLS and UNDIVIDtD profits
$900,000.
DESIGNATE!. LfcuAL DEPOSITORY.
All own Interest on deposits.
Acts as Ki'M'Uior, Truaiee, >. uu.rdiu.ii. Trans
fer Agent, Uegistrar, acts.
TRUB:BES:
HENRY C SWORDS, President.
H. H. CAiIMANN, Vie* President.
James M. V&rnum, Douglas Roblxutoo.
Charles C. Burke. John Downey,
Horace S Ely, Charles 8. Brown,
Lispenard Stewart. George. G. D*Wltt.
Eteneser 5 Mason, Henry K. Pcmroy,
H«ary Lewis Morris, Percy Chubb,
Edwin A. Crulkshank, Franklin B. Lord.
Charles A. Peabody, Jr., J. Roosevelt Roosevelt,
Charles A. Schermerhom, Lansdal* Boardman,
James I. Raymond, Harrison E. Gawtry.
Joel F. Freeman. Frank S. Wltherbeo.
HENRY TV. RETGHLET. Secretary.
DiDiUrnt) Xotxces.
Mersenthaler Linotype Company.
NEW lORK, June 1-. 1000. .
A^T A MEETING of the Board of Directors
— held 'his day. a r»»g-u!ar quarterly dividend of TWO
AND A HALF PER CENT and an extra dividend of TWO
AND A HALF PER CENT were declared, payable on and
arter June 80. 1809, to the stockholders of record on Sat
urday. June 16. 1900, at one o'clock P. M.
The transfer hooks will clcse on Saturday, June 16, 1900.
at one o'clock P. M.. and reopen on Monday, July 2. li»O0.
at ten o'clock A. 11.
FRED'K J. WARErRTON. Treasurer.
Office of the
Maryland Coal Company.
No. 1 Krosowsy New York. June atfc. 1800.
J^T A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of
,-. Dlrecturs held this day a semi-annual dividend of
two p*r rent was declared en the Preferred stock paya
ble June 3<«h, ln<X>, to Preferred Stockholders of record
on the clOflnz of tba transfer books June 15th, 1600.
Transfer books cloe» June ICth. 1000. and reopen July
2nd 1&00.
Checks will b* mailed.
H. B NEDHA4I, Treasurer
NATIONAL STEEL COMPANT.
A DIVIDEND of 1*4,% has been declared npon
"^ • the Preferred Stock of this Company, payable or.
June 30, 1600, to the Stockholders of record at the close
of business June 13th. The Transfer books will be closed
as to the Preferred Stock from June 16th to June 30th,
both days inclusive. F. S. WHEELER, Treasurer.
June 4 IWOO.
MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANT,
No. 135 Broadway, New York. June 12th. 1900.
SIXTY FIFTH QUARTERLY DIVIDEND.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND of one per cent
"*^ on the Capital Stock of this Company has been de
clared, payable at this office on and after Monday. July
2£ 19"" Th- transfer books will be closed on Friday.
June inth., at 3 o'clock P. M., and will be reopened on
Monday, June 25th. at 10 o'clock A. M.
» W. M' WILLIAMS. Treasurer.
EMPIRE STEEL. 4% IHOV COMIWXY.
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND of thrw per
"^ cert en the Preferred Stock outstanding; June roth
has been declared out of the net earnings of this com
pany, and wlli be payable July 2nd. IWOO. when checks
will be mailed to all Preferred Stock holders. The trans
fer b<x'i» will clone on June >Oth, at 3 n<» P. M.. mi re
open July 3rd. 10<50. GLEN WRIGHT. Secretary.
Columbus. Ohio, June 13, liWO.
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF TWO PER
-*•*- CENT out of surplus net earnings has this (Jay
been declared on the Preferred Stock of the Company,
payable July IS, l'-*">. to stockholders of record at the
close of btuinesa June 30. 1900.
The Pre^rred Stock transfer hooks will eles- at the
oCc« ot J. V. ilonran and Company, No. 23 all Streat.
Vew-Tork at I- m.. on Saturday, June 80, 1«WO. and
will reopen at '■• tame place at 10 a. m. on Tuesday,
Jd TIIE J HOCKISG VALLEY RAILWAY CO.',
By WM. N. COTT. Treasurer
wr«=TFfv UNION TnLEGRAPK '.OSIPaNY.
New York. June 13. 1000.
DIVIDEND NO. li! 7.
mHE BOARD OF DIBECTOHB have declared
-*- a Quarterly dividend of ONE AND CARTER
PER CENT upon th« capital stock of this company,
parable at the efllea of the Treasurer on and after me
53th day oX Ju!y next to shareholder* of record at th«
clost of dM transfer books on the 20^ day of June
"Tn^'iranafer books will fc« cioMd at 3 o oiock on th«
afternoon of June 20th Inst.. and be reopeaad on th.
morning or July 2 next. WILBUR.
Treasurer.
NEW-YORK DAILY^ TRIBUyE'. THfRSDAY." ' JUNE ' 14, 1900.
Diiri&cnfc Notices.
Chloago Great "Western RallTray Co.
TJie Board of Directors of til « Chicago Great Weatern
. i?'fl C° m P an 5' have declared the semi-annual dividend
or *-•" per sharp or. the Preferred A Stock for the half
ysax ending; with June. 1000. pavatle on th« 31st day or
iSiX" Hi" 0 ' t0 th " holJ « ra ot record on the last day of June,
I«W. h * transfer books of the Preferred 1 A Stock will be
closed from the close of business on the ?«th day of June.
to the 2d day of July. 1900. By or<iar of the Board of
Directors. r. c, WIGHT. Secretary.
St. Paul, Minn., June 11. 1000.
Chlcagro Great Western Railway Co.
be sixteenth semi-annual payment of $2 per soar* In
terest on the 4 per cent Debenture mock of the Chicago
( - ** western Railway Company will be made, according
to the contract pertaining; to said stock, on the 13th day of
July, 1800. to the- holder* of record on th» last day of June.
IW«>. The transfer books of the 4 per cent Debenture
Stock will be close*? from the clone of business Jane 224 to
the 3d day of July. 1900. By order of the Board of Dtrec
to"- _ R. C. WIGHT. Secretary.
fit. Paul. Minn.. June 11. 1900
- ;■,-. ,'■.:,, HOMESTAKR HIDING COMPANY,
MILLS BUILDING. 15 BROAD STREET.
NEW YORK. June 12th. 1800.
„„ DIVIDEND NO. 291.
>JIHE REGULAR MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF
TWENTY-FIVE (25) CENTS PER SHARE has
been declared for May. payable at the transfer aicency in
New York en the 25th lnst. Also EXTRA DIVIDEND
(NO. 192) of Twenty-nve f25) Cents, payable at the same
time and place.
Transfer books close on the 20th lnst.
LOUNSBERY & CO.. Transfer Agents.
SLOSS SHEFFIELD STEEL & IRON CO.
>J<HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have this .l.iy
declared a dividend of ONE 'and THREE- FOURTHS
PER CENT, upon th« Preferred Stork of the Company
out of the earnings for the Quarter ending; May 31i--t lSKin
payable July 3d. li-M>, at the office of the Guaranty
Trust Company of New York. Transfer Books will be
closed at 3 P. M. on June 20th. 1900, and reopened on
the morning of July 3th. 1900.
_ J ; *f. McQUEEN. Secretary and Treasurer.
New York. June 12. 1900.
Bankcre an& Brokers,
H.W.Poor
&bO.s
18 Wall St.,
New York.
Members Nsw York SI
Kountze Brothers,
BANKERS,
Broadway & Cerla: ■>:.. NEW YORK.
BUY AND SELL
Investment Securities.
Receive accounts of Corporations, Firms
and Individuals on favorable terms.
Make ioans against approved collateral.
LETTERS OF CREDIT.
if-> « 1 Transact a general
L'^niiiAHi/i banking business.
'i»nds and Interest col
f/" _ _ (*t lected and remitted.
ATT AT ( A Act a- Fiscal i Agent
I\t 5 I VUi for and negotiate an,l
Issue loans of rail-
BANKERS. roads, street railways,
41 WALL ST.. N. Y. ?as Ci "npanlea. etc.
41 WA^i. ST.. N. Y. Baeorttl«a bought and
Members arid on commission
■T. Y. Stock Exchange. DEAL IN
Hlg-h-Grade Investment Securities.
Lists of current offerings sent on application.
PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS.
GRAHAM. KKRR & CO.
National Sugar
Common and Preferred
Frederic H. Hatch,
HO. SO BROAD street.
Brooklyn Trust Company,
Colonial Trust Company,
United States Trust Company.
CLIMTOItT GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
BOOQY.MsLELLAN&OO.,
BANKERS.
No. 57 Broadway, New York Cltr.
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
STOCKS, BONDS AND INVESTMENTS.
Orders Executed
For Investment or on Margin.
Aati P. Potter. S. E. lilrUbnm
Potter & Kirkham,
BANKERS A BROKERS,
57 Broadway, New York,
Memben >". V. Cons. Stock Exchange.
BIT A SELL ALL STOCKS & BONDS FOR
CASH OR OX MARGIS.
AnjE-aatna S. Gorham. Tr-I. i '.:<- CortlaJidt.
John B. Van Schalck. Cable Tarpolenm.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
>. V. Stock EichongF,
MEMBERS OV Prodnfc KichaiiKr, and
Chicago Board of Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
Baltimore, -- 1 Enst German St.
I F. Mead & Co.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
4 1 and 40 BROADWAY, ,\. V.
TWENTY-FIVE fCASS' MEMBERSHIP IN NEW
. TORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Stocks and Bonds boujrnt and sold for cash or on margin.
FLOYD cSc MOORE,
71 BROADWAY.
STOCKS, BONDS,
INVESTMENTS
MEMBER 3N. T STOCK EXCHANGE.
DE HAVEN & TOWNSEND
40 Wall Street 428 Chestnut Street,
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA,
Members of the >rw-VorL and Philadelphia
Stock Exchanges. Oar ..:■-, l>eiu v con
iifvifd by private telesrruph, onier. In either
market it'll •••■ i>n>mi»t!> .-•-•-. -i i t-.l
Proposals.
ARMY HOLDING. Whitehall St.. New York
■*•*• City. run" 0. IMB — S*aled proposals. In tnplicata,
will be received here until 11 o'clock. A. M., June 19.
\»i*} ana men opened, for fun king ami delivering
rapidly at this Depot 77.001 pain- of egflns, lS.2o<> cnam
bray shirt* 60,000 pairs of liifht weight wool stockings
anif 2<x' sets of post book*. Informaiiun and ..inks for
bidding furnished upon application. The l.\ S. reserves
the rieht to r*je'"t or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Clothing And Books," to be opened
June it» 1900, and addressed to A. :=. KIMBAIi, A.
Q. m. <;.
PROPOSALS FOR HORSE HIDE GLOVES:-
Phlla. Depot, Q. M !••; : .. 1428 Arch Street. Hula.
Pa June 11. 1900 ■- led proposals, In triplicate, will
b- received here until 11 o'clock A. M.. Thursday. June
51 UK"*, for furnishing- thia dfpot with ;..*iiHi pairs of
Cordovan Horse Hide Gloves cant»rmir.R to standard sam
ple at Schuylklll Arsenal. UidJers must atare earliest
dates when they will make deliveries. G.>v^rnment re
serve* the right to reject or acrept ■'"•" cr all proposals
or any part thereof. Preference g\\en tn articles of
domestic production or manufacture, i-ondttlons of quality
and price (Including In th« price of feceljtn productions or
manuracture the duty thereon< bWns equal. A aVAR
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considered The required Revenue Stamps must be »fflx*,i
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cation. Envelopes containing proposals to be endorsed
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ment* received at the fallowing; branch offices at regular
efflc-e rates until 8 •'•lock p. m.. «■■ : 254 Sth-ave.. s. «•
cor 23d-at. . JS2 6th-av«.. cor 12th-«t. : Macy'a. 6th-av*.
and I4th-«t.; -•- Colurooun-av-.. near Went 6ath-sUS 104
West 42.1-st.. n«ar Cth-avs.; 02 Eajit l*th-su
new apartment house FOR MADISON
AVE.—RECORD of sales.
Frederick Haberman nletl plans yesterday for a
ten story brick and limestone apartment house, to
be erected at the southeast corner of Mad'.sor.
ave. and Slxty-flrst-st.. 10<>.«x99. Horgraa A Slat
tery. who drew the plans, estimate the coat at
$(500,000. The structure will have accommodation*
for twenty-two families.
Jonas & Co. have sold for Ros-a Jenneweln to
William Eorn th» four etory single flathouse No.
312 East One-hundred-and-twenty-nrst-st.. on a lot
20x100.
Leo Hutter has sold to Solomon Jacobs the plot.
100x102, on the south side of One-hundred-and-twen
ty-fourth-st., between Amsterdam-aye. and Broad
way, for about $30,000; he has also sold, In conjunction
with Louis Lese to a Mr. Boecher, the six four
story and basement brick flathouses, on plot 100x100,
, No. 551 to 561 East One-hundred-and-forty-thlrd-st.,
100 feet west of Thlrd-ave.. for $36,000.
Jackson & Stern have bought from Catharine
Halatead the three story store building, on plot
26.5X1U0, No. 132 Elghth-ave.
W. R. H. Martin is the purchaser of No. 16 East
Slxty-fourth-st.. a dwelling house, sold by S. Os
good Pell & Co.
Philip a. Smyth successfully conducted a par
tition lot sale on the premises in Yonkers yester
day. The offering comprised 179 lots, located in
Walnut, Seymour, Mulberry. Prescott. Franklin and
Centre sts.. Ashburton-av»., Croton Terrace and
Croton Aqueduct. The entire offering- was sold to
local buyers for about MO.OOO.
The American Savings Bank has resold to Morris
Finn the four story tenement house No. 546 West
Fifty-ninth-st.
S. B. Goodale & Son have sold for Charles Schilo
the five story flathouse, with store. No. 2,077 Eighth
ave.. for $31,125.
Polstein & Cohen have purchased the old build
ing, on plot «0x195. No. 972 Washing-ton-aye.
B. B. Sumner has bought No. 835 St. Nicholas
aye-. a four story modern dwelling house, for JGC,
000. It Is Just south of One-hundred-and-flfty
fourth-st.
John F. Tee, Jr.. purchased from Grace Colt the
three story dwelling house No. 217 West One-hun
dred-and-thlrty-fourth-st.. for 113.000.
W. J. Walters purchased a plot, 50 feet fiont by
Irregular, on the east side of Nelson-aye.. between
One-hundred-and-slxty-flfth and One-hundred-and
eixty-sixth st!-.
Slawson & Hobbs have sold for Beverley Ward to
an Investor the Powhatan. a *even story elevator
apartment house. 50x55.9x98.9. at Nos. 215 and 217
West Th'.rty-fourth-st., 175 feet west of Seventh
ave.
A. L. Mordecal & Son have sold for Potter &
Bro. to a builder the plot, 60x100.11. on th*> north
side of One-hundred-and-twenty-third-st.. 60 feet
east of Arnsterdam-ave. The buyer will erect a
six story tlathouse.
The southeast corner of Morris Park-aye. and
Taylor-st., a three story frame flathouse. has be#n
sold by Charles Forbach to Ernest D«ii«; brokers.
John M. Ruckert and W. F. & C. H. Smith;
price, $8,500.
>-''>* 1.11 l and 1,113 Washlngton-ave-, two four
story double flathouses, 25x75x91 each, have been
sold for Vinc«nt B. Vonairur by W. F. & C. H.
Smith; price, $36,000.
The northwest corner of One-hundred-ami-sixty
elghth-st. and Union-aye., a three story dwelling
house, 2Sx9B. has been sold for Howard Mann by
W. F. & C. H. Smith; price. $3,000.
By Philip A. Smyth: West Elghty-fourth-st.,
south aide, about 37.5 f»et »ast of Broadway. 50x
102.2. vacant: executors' sale, estate of Herman
Fleltman. to Albert Zulanf for $:3.2n»>.
No. 17 East One-hundred-and-twelfth-st., north
side. Ml feet east of Fifth-aye.. 19x100.11. five story
brick flathouse; foreclosure, to Rosa Docter for
$13,700.
No. §40 Morriß-ave.. old line, southeast corner of
One-hundred-and-flfty-eecord-st.. late Elton-st., 2ax
100.3, two story frame dw--!Hnfr house and store;
foreclosure, to John Ellard for eajet.
OBTAINS TITLE TO OLD CAR STABLES.
Frank Curtiss. as president of the Sixth Avenue
Railroad Company, yesterday transferred to the
General Carriage Company the title to the property
on the east side of Sixth-aye., between Forty-third
and Forty-fourth sts.. fronting 200 feet on the ave
nue and extending back 240 feet on each street.
The transfer was made for a nominal considera
tion, but the revenue stamps indicate the actual
consideration to be $1,000,0*). The railroad com
pany retains a purchase money mortgage for $S<«),
000. which matures on December 27. 1900, at 4 per
cent interest.
Th« property was formerly occupied as a car
stable by the railroad. It will be Improved by the
erection of a large automobile factory and storage
house.
• . ..♦»l<3 Z'-iZ.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Broom»-*t. s s. 76 ft c of I.wdlow-str"23xS7.B:
Rachel Lelbnw to Emanuel and Emma Gross. $33,000
61st. n j, S3 ft c of lst-ave. 30x108. 10x30,5x113.8 :
Samuel Smyth to William 3 Anders&p. : nnlt
claim " . ,- . .... 1
Same property; John Dawson. atfslg-ne*. toMm«,
quit claim ... J .,..Ti- 13.850
Same property: William 3 Andersen to Mary
Smith, quit claim ■ 13.3.V)
Lenox-ave. No 54. 32.6x100: Paul J Emer to
Charles Ast (mortgage 138.000 R S $1> 1
Lenox -av>. No 52, 32xl0f>; Charles Ast to Paul J
Kxn»r (morteap* S3&O00 R S $11 1
eth-ave, n c cor 4Sd-*t, 2<¥>.lo to 44th-st. x 240:
Sixth Avenue Railroad Company '' the General
Carriajta Company iR S Sl.iuO* 1
Amsterdam-aye. No 1.788 « (■. ZExlOO; Niels
Hansen to William Fanning (R 5 $** 50) 1
I4th-st. Nob 315 and SIS East, 43x103.3; Julius
Dreyfus to Joseph L Buttenwelser (B 8 $30,
mortgaffo 175.000) 1
I^xininon-avp, Xo 1.787 c s. 27x73; Simon Ep
stein and another to Mary V McDonald (B S t>i.
morsap tl« 000 100
121st-st. No 337 But OxMt-ll; Lottie Muller to
Helene Weber and another i.R S 55, mortsage
$T. 700) TOO
134th-st, a s. 255 ft c of L*nox-ave, 50x99.11;
Frederick R G Mel>*nnan to Dudley S Harde
ili 8 $1, mcrtgage $l».W)0) 100
5Sd-st. No 413 West, 25x100.8; (lustav Peeta to
Charles Anthony ... 23.000
Bth-ave. No 2.2»6. c s. 25x100; Thomas Walker to
Margaret Walker (B ■ *4, niortgajf* $13.00 l» . . . 100
Amsterdam-aye. n c comer 133d-st. 23xlO<i; J mas
Wei et al to Edward Holland (R S |13, mort
irniir- J2T.080) 1
Bankers
AND
Dealers
IN
I investment
Securities.
ock Exchange.
RECORDED MORTGAGES.
Llppmann, Israel, and Robert Friedman to Har
ris Mand-lbaum a::-'. another, l.«t-st. No 64,
1 year 110.000
Dreyfus, Julia*, to Lily W Ber»sf->rd et al. trus
tees. llth-st. Nob 316 and 318 East, 0 years... 73.000
Kasaewltz, Jacob, to L4lj \V Bereafor.l et a:,
trustees. 3il-ave. a a. 74.2 ft n of Mth-st, 5
years 4X600
Hosuet, Robert J. to Bowery Savings Bank.
l4oth-st. n a. 325 ft w of Broadway, 300.2x201
to 141st-st x377.5x109.10. 1 yeir 40,000
Fromm, Ludwig. to A Gertrude Cutter, 75th-et.
No 21 East. 3 rears v 18.000
Same to Emelie Schlora, same property, <!«-n:and.. 3.C00
Gltsky, Joseph, to ■••■• R Willets. as treas
urer, etc. 75th-st. No 163 E*«t. 3 years... 10,000
Fox. Julius B, to Joseph L. Buttecwieser, 19th
st. a v 9. 140 ft s c of 3d-ave. demand 38,000
Moore. Ida E. and H Morton Moore to August
Oppenhelmer. lllth-«t, n s, 100 ft w of 7th-av»,
1 year- . 10.000
Same to German Savings Hank, same property.
1 year .. 63,000
Montanye, Adelina and William C to trustees of
the Peabody Education Fund. 112th-st, No 319
West. .1 years 12.000
Weed. Hamilton M. to Susan Decker. lOCth-st,
n s. 121 ft v of West End-aye. 3 years 32.000
Lane, Charles, to Henry *• Glover, trust*-. 45tli
st, No 218 East, 4 years 23,000
Bloom lngdale. Lyman G. to Bowery Savings Bank.
I*4' h st. new line, s w corner Waahin«;t.)n-a.ve,
5 years 17.000
Same to Bowery Pavings Bank. GOth-et, No 144
East. I years 11.000
Same to same, flOth-st. s • comer Lexlnffton-ave,
5 years 33.000
Hijupt. Mia*^uria B and Harry S. to Provident
Life an.l Trust Company of Philadelphia, lldth
st, n f. 323 ft w of 7th-ave, {>6.3 to St Nlcholas
ave 5115.55135.2x100.11. 5 yearn 200.000
Ccrwdrev. Alice M to Henrietta a Rosenblatt.
&4th-st. No 48 West, 3 r«ar« 10.000
Brockway. Albert L, to American Mortgage Com
pany 92d-st, n a, 200 ft w of West End-eve,
1 year 12.000
NEW BUILDING PLANT?.
Madison-aye, s c corner 81at-it. for a ten story
brick and stone apartment bouse, 100.9x96;
Frederick Habennann. No 22 East 62d-«t. owner;
Horsran & Slatterr. architects. MOO. COO
Sulllvan-st. Nos 123 and 127, for a six story and
basement brick tenement house.. 40x60.9: Laaar
Wallenexeln, He 24« East 13th-st. owner; -*
Bernstein, architect 4<\ooo
Taylor-et. w s, 133 ft n of Coliinibuß-a,ve, for
two two and one half story tram* dwelling
houses. 2l>x4<> John Da Saatls. No 733 Ea«
146th-«t. owner; Moore & Laadsledel. architects. 8.000
13th-«t. r. s. 218 ft c of Avenue B. fcr a one story
fram« shed. i/Ox'Z-J John D Brookman. owner;
Cabot i Daly, architects 100
236th-st. a a. 119.3 ft »• of Verio-are, for a. one
story frame cnapel and school. 28x«3; St. Paul's
Reformed Episcopal Church, owner; R L Mal
mers. architect 3.000
13th-st. Nob KB anil 107 West, for a six story
brick store and lofts. 4OxS3: Sheppard. Knapp A
Co premises, owners, 'ieorire H Van Auken. No
80 Bajt 14th-«t. arohlt-ct .... 80,000
REAL ESTATE !!NVFST"*IE^TS
IK>\% N I'tlW V
RULAND <t WHITING.
B Ilnknian St.
(%n f\f\ PF3R WEEK TOTAL. COST.— A model UP « :
.■*').' t\t meetlna: every requirement fiT refined p«op!e;
splendid neighborhood; in the ■ ?ty: with aneonvem-nc«s.
but abov* all. LOW IN PRICT. and cffewl on TKRM3
WHICH WILL INTEREST VOL. costing; •-■• carry Iras
than c*nt These are new Btolo - •™. »as. electricity,
running water: only *» minutes from Manhattan busine*s
centre -r hey ar« out of the common and worthy of your
consldi-ratton. Write for particulars to I. P. O. Box
?.»?73. New-York. " ■■.•'-.'• - '
F'H BALE. Valuable ratnenl water property: good to
1 cation- sultAbl* tor sanitarium and healla res»rt.
Address W D. HILL * CO.. Real E»f«ts Arts.. South.
Bostcn, Va. '■
ONB OF THD riNBBT BaTATES ON THE HUDwON.
a L. WINTERS. »« Pine St.
REAL ESTATE.
CitTj Propcrtp Sale
Couniro Propvrin ior Sale.
Real (Pataif.
NINETY
SUBURBAN
TOWNS,
■Within from ten minutes to on* hour of Grand
Central Station, are briefly described ■• No.
a of the "FOIRTH\(K SERIES" of
the NEW YORK CENTRAL. Some cf the In
formation la as follrws:
Distance and time from Grand
Central Station.
Nanber of train* per day.
Xnmber of trains on Sunday.
Regular fnrr
Excnrnlon rates.
Monthly commutation.
Family ticket rate.
Price of lots.
Price of homes.
Rent of houses.
Xante and address of reliable real
estate nsreut.
F(!nt free, postpaid, en r*c*!pt of on*-c«nt
«fnmp. cv a H. Da-.lels, Q. p. a.. Oraad
Central Station. New Torl«.
THE LAWYERS' TITLE
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
37 and 30 Liberty Street.
I - I and 4i; Maiden Lane.
Under its syste:n, doubtful points in
titles are submitted to its Committe«
of Counsel, consisting of well-known
real estate lawyers. This protection
makes its policies the strongest issued.
Losses in thirteen years of business,
$24,346.37.
Oldest Strongest R»"it
TITIE GUARANTEE
andTRUST COMPANY.
bXAMINES AND GUARANTEES
Titles to Real Estate
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $5,000,000
146 Broadway, New York,
lfo Remsen St.. Brooklyn.
Jo Lei for Bnsin-ss Purposes.
A LARGE, light Loft. 60x73. windows on all •!-••;
rent, $40 3&] 9th ay.. or FXSCHER. BM Lexington ay.
fnruisbeij tjonscs Zo £si — Coantrrj.
A T 'WTCKOFF, N-w^JTersey. a furnished house of 7
-Ti. rooms and a bath to rent for season: situation high
and healthy: five minutes' walk from station.
THE KNOLLS.
CONXECTICtrr Seashore Cottages, liberally furnished;
also handsome rsstdene*. eighteen rooms, bata. £▼•
fireplaces, furnace, stationary tubs: sea view; references.
Circulars. Prof. NORTHROP, Brooklyn Polytechnic
TO LET FOR THE BrMMETt.— Cottars, plsas-
I antly located: ten furnished Pfims: p!sn»- near s*«
phor*: terms reasonable. Mr. NATHAN CLARK. 9. W.
Tf->r*rr. Main*.
Conntni propertTi to Lei.
SOUTHAMPTON, 1,. I.
Desirable cottages to rent, Southamptoa and Shlnnecock
Hills. Send for list.
r. n. hatexs.
Snstrncnon.
For Boys and Young Men —
BERKELEY SCHOOL — INCORPORATED 1900.
433. -135. 437 Madison Aye.
Twenty-first year will begin October 1. 1900. Every
Class limited to twelve boys. Early application will be
aeeiisaxy for admission to most grades, aa well as to the
Preparatory School.
J. CLARK READ. Registrar.
~~~~~~ TRINITY COLLEGE."
Hartford. Conn.. June 1. 1900.
TT'XAMTNATTONS for admission to th* Freshmaa Class
Hj will be held at TRINITY SrHOOL. 139-147 WEST '
BI3T STREET. NEW YORK CITY. THURSDAY. FRI
DAY and SATOtDAT. "'V- "IST. JXNTJ and 23RD.
' GEO. WILLIAMSON SMITH. President
For Young Ladles— City.
LEAR^ dressmaking and xstlllnerv at McDowell School.
J_J 310-318 Bth-av*.
MR3. LESLIE MORGAN'S Boarding and Day School
for Girls. 13 and 13 West 88th Street. Central Park.
N. Y. Thorough Instruction In English. Foreign Lan
guages. Art. Including special college course. I'repar-s
for colleges.
NBW-YORK. NEW-YORK.
rpHE PEEBLES AND THOMPSON SCHOOL.
J. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
SO. 32. 34 EAST 57TH STRSET.
THE MISSES ELY'S SCHOOL. ~
1. RIVERSIDE DRIVB,
S3th and B«th Streets. New-Tor*.
For Both iSexea — City.
THE ETHICAL CULTURE SCHOOLS.
KINDERGARTEN. ELEMENTARY and HIGH SCHOOL.
J. F. Relgart. Supt.. 100 TV. 34th St.
Percival Chubb. Prln. High (school. 48 E. 38ta St.
mHB BERLITZ SCHOOL of LANGUAGES,
i 1.123 Broadway. Naw-Yert 73 Court-st.. Brooklya.
Summer School at Anbunr Park. N. J.
PARIS EXPOSITION.
VJitt the Berllu School Pavliioa. All welcome.
For Boys and Younj? Men Country.
FRIENDS SCHOOL. PRO\Tr 1 R. I.— Fmir.ded by j
X. Friends over a century aito: but open to all denomi- j
nations. Endowed. Ei«hte»n States represented last rear.
Ideal combination of school and bom* Ufa.
AUOU3TI.VB .rON^S. LL.B.. Principal.
P.EENTVICH ACADHMT AND nOMB for TEN BOYS
\_T Thorough preparatl'r. for eoO-n or business. Pupils
carefully selected. 3. H. ROOT. Prla.. Greenwich. Conn.
IRVING INSTITUTE FOR BOYS.
TARRYTOWN-ON-HUDSON. N. T.
40 minutes" rid* frcm N-w York. Terms MOO.
JOnN M. FURMAN. A. M.. Principal.
MAPLFWOOD. CONCORD VILLEL FA Successful |
±\x school: on* of the best to Infuse *nergy, to wake i
up boys to dutj-s of Mfc: prepared for business or college 1
$280; under 13 y«ar». J2SO: boys under the. care of a pro- I
fessor during rummer vacation. Location beautiful, ele
vated, healthy: no tobacco. J. Shcrtlldg* (Yale). A.M.. Prln. j
For Toune — Country.
DEIJGHTFT-L SUMMER HOME FOR FIFTEEN GIRLS, i
.1 / With lessons In Nature and Art or Music. After- 1
noons devoted to pleasure. One hour from New York. ■
Close by the Sound. Charmlnz drives and other recrea !
tlons afforded Terms. $128. Early application necessary I
For particulars, address.
MISS BAIRD f INSTITUTE. .VorwalV. Conn.
NEW-YORK. SING SING-ON-THTS-HT-T>I»ON.
/-VESINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, on the Hudson.
)L* Miss c. C. FULLER. Principal.
RYE SEMINARY. — For particulars address
Mrs. S. J. LIFE. The Misses STOWE. Rye. New J
York. ____^__ j
For Young; Men— Part*.
PARIS— ETOLE MALESnERHES.
03. BOULEVARD BERTHIER. Beauttful. comforta- '
Me Hotel near the B«.t» de Boulogne. Receive* roung mea |
during Exposition- Reference. Henry Malllard. Naw York, f
1 ' — I
Cracfjcra.
DR. W G NOWELL, private tutor at pupils' ':omes or '
at 117 Q. 82<i-st Two pupils received la family.
■VTEnVOCS. backward and fe«b!e ir:nded children ■ <•-• I
_JS 1 gp-etalUt. Address EXPERIENCED. Tribune Oflka. .
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2d doo? north el 31st-*t.. until tt clock p. m.; advertl*--
Jr*n'j received at the following branch offices at regular
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•yp-vr YORK SUPREME COURT. Cornrty of
New York. — G*-3rs* J. Humphry*. Plaintiff, asaimt
Frank W. Rose. James W. Ketcham aad Janata MSk
Defendant*.
In puTsaarsr* of a Judgment of r niluwii ass* Me»
*•».»•*» «•■» entered la the s^Te-entitled action. baa*>-
In* date the Ktn day of May. l«U». I. th- und-rstm«<i.
the Referee In said Jodßirent named, win sail at MMaaj
Auction at the New Tork Real Eatat* Sales Room. No. lit
BriaSway. in the lioroujfh at Mannar an. City of Xs»J»
Tork, en th« i.Hn daT of June. 1>«. at i; o'clock nocn. en
that day. by Richard V. HaraMt * 0., Auctioneers, th»
premises directed by said JudsTSent to be sold, and tlsaMssl
described as follow*:
ALL that certain lot. piece or parcel of Una. with Oka
buildings thereon erected, situate, iylna; aad beta* In th«
Jjiata War* of the Beroujr o? lUrr-aitan. In th- CttT a*
New York, known by the number ThlrtT-three (33> Mor
ton street, and bounded acd dew-riled aa follows: COM
MENCING at a point on the NortTwrly «!.le or Morten
Street distant eighty tSO> fftt Westerly frora the North
westerly corner of Morton and Bedford Streets, and ran—
nine thence Northwesterly and parallel to Bedfard Stre»t
one nandrsd (100) feet to land noir cr late of Harmon
H-adricks; titen-e Southwesterly aUmx said land and at
right an«;!es with 3-.'.'-.-- Street tw»nty-!hre* (23) . ..
and six iff) Inches thenc* South*a*t«r!v parallel "- Bed
ford Street to. ihniaah and beyond a party will — htta
(Jred (ICJ.) feet tr> the Northerly «w* of Morton Street, ami
thence Ncrtheanterly alone !h« -aid line ef Vortoa Street
twenty-three O> feet and six <e> inches •» th* ;Un «*
Beginning. Beln? th» sam« premises convey** to Baa—
lamin DelaSaef by James ntzoatrtc* and wtf, by d-*i
beartns date Twentv-«l«-tTrrt ot Aprl , M»l.il»lfw
cordfd la the OfJ!'*e of th« Reslater cf th« City aad Cou-.ty
of N*w Tork. on the 2!Uh _*ay cf April. l«oi. ta Llt>*- «
of Conveyances, pass 26H. S*ctlsn 2. Clock N'-nUr 'oa
the Land Map of the City of New Tcrk. " wnl '* r "**• °»
Dated: New Tork. May Xsrt>, isco.
STANLEI" M. BSVINS R»f—*«.
Attorney for Plaintiff, C". Uherty Street. nnrniajk of 3Caa
ha::ar Xem ■
Th» following Is a dlarrao of the miMtiij to bs soU
as described above, the atreet number kelnsr N.t. 23 Mortca.
Street. tv>rou;h of Manhatran. X«w Tork Cl*y ■ -
The anprcxiinat* amount of the lien er "hail to satisfy
*!-ich the above described property Is tn fee sold. i $X~
X. *"-'■' wlth •■*■*••» thereca frcm the seventh day •*?
__;•*".'• toother with coats and allowances ,_-. .--.-._■
to *-..02-U»i. wi:h ir.teres! from May 17. WOO. „-.-
with the expenses of th- taie. The approximate amount of
taxes, assessments, or other lien». which are to t-e ai—
lowed to the. purchaser out of taa purchase money, or :■■*■■%
bT Ti .I, Re V - *- is *=*«»T-100 and tnter-at. -••#.« -<«-•
Dated: New Tor* May 1«. IPOO.
, STANLEY H. bevies, R->.-*a>
gUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NETV:
t> -Z? RK^T Ant !?. T V - rsakssessl as Tru-te* o* Oosssk
III"? H Blii*. PUintlff. against Cecil!* Caas-1, wL'» "
i.* 1 ""^"." t - asßttl - » n d others, twf-tKiants.— ln pnr*uanc«
of a Judsm-nt of Fcreclcs-.ire and t«a>. duly mad* ani
enter*d in the a&ove^-ntltlM action. b*arine data ta- Sthi
day of June. 1001). I. the un«*-r-icn*d. th» R-f«re', S
»aid Judsmeat named, will Mil at l"ubllc Auction ax that
>ew -iork Real E.»tat* i=a!*ii Room. N.x 111 Broadway
in th* Borougii of Manhattan. Cltr of New Tork. in
Thursday, the sth day of July. 19CD. at 1C o'clock neon,
on that <Jar. by William K-nnel!y. Auctioneer, the prem
ises directed by said Judgment to be sold, and therein «a»
scrib-U as follows:
All that certain lot. p!ec*. or parcel cf land, with the*
bulMlnn ther*oo erected, situate, lvtn* and being' In sbbß
Twelfth Ward of the City of New York, la aectlca c.
Block l^a* on the Land Map of said City, and •-«-*
and d*»crtbed as follow*:
Beginning at a point on the Southerly aid* of On*
hunir*d and rtfts-nth Strtct distant thre* hundred tat
tw*ntv fly* feet East*rlv from the corner formed by th*
intersection of the seld Southerly std- of On* hundred
and fifteenth Street with the Easterly sid* of Lesox
' former! v Slxthi A v*nu*: rann'.njr th*nce s»ou!hwarilly and
parallel with Lenox Aver on* hundred fe*t and 'i i—.
In •***■ '.--• the centra Una •£ the bliiek between Ona Bon—
dr«.l and faurt*enth an<l One hundred and fifteenth Stre-ts;
thence Ea*twardly along »aid centre lin« and paralUl .- '. x
On* hundr*>l and fift»*nth Ptr»»t eighteen feef "-;..*
Northwardly, parallel with L«nox Av*nu<r and part of the>
way through a party wall, or.c hundr»il — - and el«T«nv
Inches to the Southerly side nf One hundred and ttrt*aatsi
Street and thence Westward:? along the- said utterly
sld* of One hundred and fifteenth dtreet. eighteen f**c
to tae point or peaaa of N>sr!nnlng. Being the roam
premises now known and designated u» and by tho *Tnis> ■
ber 49 West One hundred and nft»*nth Street.
Dated: N*w York. June >th 19tXV
SYLXTiSTER L. H. WARD. Refer***
HUBBARD St RICE. Attorn-ys fir Plaintiff. SB T IliaaiJl
Str**t. Manhattan Borough, New Tork City.
The fUBowUm Is a lia--- of the prop*rt7 to be sol»
as described abor*. the street aamber being •- Mam Oaei
tioodred and — nth -:■•—.■•
The approximate amount of tha lien or charga to •«-_
tsty which the abov* described prcDTty Is to b« sold, Is
$13.942 50. with Interest th*r»on from the 4th day at
June. l!>«iO. tog*th»r with ccsts and allowances amount-
Ins 1 to $4 30.00, with Interest from June sth. lt»!«>. gsitif
with th* expenses of the sale. Th« asproxlmala amount
of taxes, assessments or otner Uens. which ar* to t*»
aCow*d to the purchaser out of th* purchase, money, ar
paid by th* Referee. hi £23 23 and interest.
Dated: Ham York. June sta, l'JOt).
SYLVESTER L. H. WARD. Safer**,
Snrrogaus' iXaticeg.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C. Thomas, a Surrogata Of the County of, New Tori.
NOTICE .a hereby given to all persons bavinsj claims)
against Bertie C. Freeiiman. late at the County or New
Torlc. deceased, to present the same with mesas] tlksraof
to the subscriber, at his place -f transacting business, a*
the oSc« of Goodwin, Thcrapscuj A Vaadarpoei. No 3 Wall
Street. Room v 3. In the City or Nc* Vorlc. oa or t«for«
the first day of D*csmber next.
Dated N*w Torlc. the 23r* Jay c? May. tWO.
RICHARD W. FREEDITAN,
Easßßssm *«,
GOODWIN*, THOMPSON * VANTJEHPOEU
Attorneys for Executor,
No. 2 tVall Street,
New Tot* City. *
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner C
Thomas, a Surrogate if th* County of New-York.
Nolle* is hereby given to »I! parsons -avln» cUlaas amlaat
John Groh. late of the Ccunty of New-Tork. '.-:ea*ei. »a
present the same with vouchers thereof to taa subacriSar.
at her place of transacting business, at th* office jf. James*
Schell * Elkus. No. M Pin* Stre-t. tn th* C!ty at >*•-
Tork. oa or belaro th» 25th day of September next.
L>at««l New-Yor*.. th* -l«t day of March. I'jOO.
JTT.IA A. GROH. Executrix. »<x
JAM2S. 9CHKLI. & EU Attorney far Execuirt*.
36 P!ne Street. Garou^a of Manhattan. N<rw-Tork Cltr.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
A3NER C. THOMAS, a 9uiro»»t» of the County off
New York, notice, <s hereby given to all persons haTinsj
claims mini: Andrew Olssoo. late of th* County of sVssß
Tors, deceased, se present th* same with vouchers rasis
of M the subacrtber, ax her place of transact' n« boataaasv
at the ofltc* of P. B. 'Wightman. No. zst Broaaway. ia>
th* Borou«h of Manhattan. City of New Tore, oa or as
ter* th* sixth day cl August next.
Dated New Yurie ta* Ist day of February. 1900. B
ANNA ova/torn.
Execu^u, at*. '
P. B. TriOHTVAX. B«a. ]]
Attorney so* Executrix ;
229 Broadway. N. T.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OK HON. ;
ABNER C THOMAS, a Surroamt* of th* County «•?
New York
N>t:o« is hereby given to all persons cavtns iiaiaia.
against Allea C. W. Lloyi. late of th« County of Nasr?
York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers thai* 1
of. to the subscriber, at his plac« of traasactlnf bosssMaat
of the estate, at th* ofßc* of Henry W. Goodrtca. No. Mti
Wall Street, la Th* City of New York, on or lisfiM*. lissj
sixth day of August next.
Dated New York, th* nrst day of February. IMS.
M DAVID I.L-OTTJ.
HENRT W. GOODRICH. A^alalstratssv. 3
Attorn* for Administrator,
5» Wall St.. New T.nc. N. T.
JN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner!
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th* County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to all persons having clalsss ._• . ,;
Gertrude C. Walter, Ute of the Counry of New Torn,
deceased, to present the sani* wlu» vouchers tß*r*ast to*
'he subscriber, at his place of transacting buain«sa. No.
2H Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, •.?. the Clcy ot
N*w York on or before ths lOth day of Decerßb«r next.
Ifeted N«w York. the 3th day or June. 1900.
vrxUTBR S. KEMETS. Executor.
ANDREW 8 HAMERSt£Y.
Attorney far Executor. »1 Broadway. Bucouch of Man-*
h^ttan. New York CUT'
TN PURSUANCE of an order or Hon. Abncr
C. Thorras. a Surr^sjata of the County of New Tor*.
NOTICE la hereby (riven to al. persons bavtag cUtms
against Dors, I. Morrell, late of the County of New Tar*,
deceased, to present th* sam* with rcueher- theraaf «•>
the subscriber, at my plae* of traaaact:rc biutaes*. No.
~T Pine Str««t. Manaattaa Borough, tn Th- City of Nesjp
York on or before the 2<J day of Aurast next.
Datrl New York, the Ist day of F»braary. 1M
ROBERT I- MORREU. Ex-«ra»r
27 Pin* St.. Man- 8.. N. T.
T INCOLN. ROSE.— In pursuance of an order
■^ si Hon. Frank T. r't3g«ral<t a Surrogata 0* »•
county of New York, notice Is h«r*oy given to all per
sona having- claims again*: Rose Ljncols. at* of ta*>
County of New York. Boroush of Manhattan, itn «*sil_
to present the um>. w:th vouchers thereof, to th* sua—
scrib«r at his place of transacting business, !a the ode*
of !>;-in. Deaionii & Haray. No. 27 WUliaaa Strest, a.
the Ctty of New York. Bcroush of " s ?>*fn. oa or
before tic «th day of September, next.
Dated New York, th* Ist day of March. 1000
SOLOUON EMANCEI.
Atrn. with wiU aa--x»d.
LOOAX. DEMOND & IIARBY.
Attorneys fa? Ailmtaistrator. 27 WlUVun Btreet. ■ 'St—
tan Ilcrsusn. N*w York City.
TN PURSUANCE of an order or Hon. Abn«r
C. Thomas, a Surreinte of the Ctranty of v- Ywk.
NOTICE ta -«liv gtven to all persoas having- ctatasa
• v»laat Charles F. Bates, late c* the County of N«-v
Ycrk. deceased, to present the same wlta vouch-rs ih«r*ot
to xh» subscribers at their place of tranaactlac tasssMss*
No. 213 West £nd avenue, m the Br-rnugij of Maahattaa
In th* City of New York, m or bafore the Ist day of
October next. Dated New York, the SA day of MaMsV
ISM. C. FRANCIS BATES. JAMES E. WAiS! Aa
mtnlstratora.
SACKETT. BACON A MQI'AID. Attorceya for ad
ministrators. No 15* Nassau st. tTrlbrm* BaUdtas> Bor
ough of M*ah-ltaa. N«w York.
A DTERTISEMENT3 and su^•CTlpt!on» for The Trtasjae>
A recctved at their VDtown Ot^re. N>>. t.S-C Hi sil—j.
td doer north of Slst-st.. until » o'clock, p. m.; asst^^^H
meats received at th« fallowing; branch n*»V. ■* at r?«uUr
osVea rates until s o'clock p. m.. v.a. : 354 »th -»»->.. *, *.
cor. JaVI-st . . IV* «tH-av*.. cor I2th-*t Mary's -»«!v-e.»».
and Hth-st.; HZ OolTiaibas-«.v-.. near Weet Men « K-4
W*s« 4^l-»t.. near etn-«ve. . 82 Ea«t Mttv-st. ; 237 w»»t
42d-«t.. b*tw»ea Tth and sth int.' 15U East 47ta-«t.: t.S3S -
3d-ave . between Tilth and TTth sts. 1.029 3d-a.T*.. .Bjs*r
alst-et. 1 7C* lst-avs.. nea- s»th-st.: eaa 3^-*v* a*ar '
4ist-»t.: is* 3J-iv«.; 210 BI—O.S- St.: as bissbs— it
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