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financial.
REORGANIZATION
OF
The Toledo, St, Louis and
Kansas City Railroad Co.
To th* Holder* of c«*rtlllc«te« Issued by the
Continental Trait Company for Flr»t Mort
g.-iK*' GTf Hondo, and for unrtrpnnltrd Flmt
Y.»rtm*n>- <* < Bonds, with nnpald coupons
msiurinff on and after Jane 1. l*-:«:t; Pre
fcrretl Stovki and Common Stock.
The nnderslrned have prepared a plan and agreement
for the r«v>rsaniration of The Toledo. St. Louis and Kansas
City Railroad Company. cort fs of which may be obtained
gt the c^ce of the depositary under said plan, the Central
Tru*t Company of New York. 54 Wall Street. New York
c -; tv HoMers of the above-named e»rtlfloates. undeposlted
tmtCf with all unj-ald coupons attached maturing on and
after June I. 1T.3. anJ BtocV. are hereby notified that
ty-.tlT hoiilnjrs must be deposited with the Central Trust
panpiny of New York on or before June 22. 1900. after
wMrh dfi'e deposits will be received In the. discretion of
the Ccir.mittee and on *uch terms is It may Impose.
N>potiaMe Trvtt Company certificates will be Issued for
tecuritl* 1 " deposited.
HcMers of ytock cf the above classes are further notified
thst they murt pay to the depositary on the terms specified
In tie [lan .-. on each .- »re of preferred etock and $12
or. esch chare of common stick, of which amount $5 must
be paid on each share of the preferred stock and $3 on
each share ct common stock at the time of deposit.
An underwriting fjrdicate has teen formed which has
t^reed to purchase the new securities not taken by old
f<>car!ty ho!<lf rs at the same prices payable by non-assent
lr.2 iwurity holder"", and will also furnish the balance of
C» cash requlrtmer.ts.
New York, June 12. 1000.
FREDERIC p. OLfoTT. Chairman,
WILLIAM a. ad,
HKMtV 111 1X. 1..
J. KBKKBDI TOD.
Committee.
J N WAIiACE. Secretary.
54 Wall Street.
ADEIAN H. JOLIXE. Counsel.
REORGANIZATION
OF THE
Toledo, St Louis &
Kansas City Railroad Co.
To the holder* of certificate* •■«<n»-il hj- Con
tinent::! Irml < ompnny of the City of Sew
York, for fir»»t mortgage Mix per cent.
liiiuda.
T^e committee, under the bondboldeM 1 agreement of
Au£^st 4th, 1593. ani under the plan and agreement of
reorganization of December 18th, 189P, have entered Into
an KK.-f-em^nt with Central Trust Company of New York
and ■-■:■., will take over the bid or the committee
frr the morteagpfl premises, at a price equivalent net to
13rt per ofnt. for each first mortgage bead deposited with
the coupon maturing June Ist. MS, and subsequent
cuuyous. and ir.terest on the purchase price at four per
cer.t. from June Ist. 1900. to the date of*payment to the
committee.
The purchase price Is payable to the committee on or
r*'cr» June SO. 1900. and will be distributable by the
committee as soon ss received, at the Continental Trust
Company of the City cf New York, No. 3d Broad Street,
Few York City, on prefcntatlon and surrender of the out -
sTandirp certificates of <!<>pnsit of that Company.
X new plan an<i agreement for the reorganization of the
Toledo. St. Louis erd Kansas City Railroad Company has
b*»-n prepared bf the purchasers, and copies may be ob
tained at the rfT;ce of the d>jv>sitary under paid plan,
Ontral Trust Company of New York. No. r>4 Wall Street.
JCew Yoik City.
AH holders of certificates of deposit of the Continental
Truft Ooxnpuiy. who, in I!eu of accepting cash for their
cert:licaie«, may detlre to avail themselves of the benefits
afforded by the new plan and cirreement of reorganization.
may deposit their crtif.cates of deposit at the Central
Trust Comj>er.y. 54 Wall St., under the new plan and
agr**-ment of reorganization in accordance with the fore
going notice.
Uited. New York. June 12. 1900.
MOHTO\ S. PATO!»,
OTTO T. HWNAHD,
11. O. AKMOI It.
.JOHN C. HAVEHBVBB,
Hlilll). B. H AItTSHORHE.
Mortgage Investors
can f^r-ure choice mortpagea and absolute safety
of principal and Interest by purchasing 1 the
guaranteed mortgages of this company. A large
jiumbfr always on hand for Immediate sale,
taviiiK investors loss of interest by delay.
50^D//^O^T(iA(iE (JUAIPTEE (0
140 Broadway, 17.", Remsen St.,
New York. Brooklyn.
CAPITAL & SURPLUS, $1,600,000.
DmECTonsi
Gforjre G. Williams. "Wmiim M. Ingraham,
A!ci^ni3<r E. John J. Tu.'k<-r,
Jacob H. Fr-hifl, Wil!ir.m Lummis,
John W. Sterling. JiimeF D. Lynch,
Charles n. Henderson. Kenjamln D. Hicks.
Charles .«. lirown. Julian T. Pavies.
Frederick Potter, Filix Campljell.
tamuel T. Freeman, Weyley C. Bush.
Ellis D. William*.
WILLIAM B. ISHAM. MARTIN JOOST,
President. Vire-Preoldent.
CLARENCE I! KELEET. 2d Vice-President.
THANK BAILEY. MARTIN V.TSL.L.ES.
Fecretarj'. Treasurer.
(Tract Companies.
Bankers'
Trust Company
OF NEW YORK
10 WALL STREET
Capital & Surplus - £3,000,000
Acts In every trust capacity.
Represents security holders In Invest!-
C sting the affairs of corporations and In
protecting their interests. ,
Receives deposits and allows Interest
to dally balances subject tc check.
OFFICERS 1
GwaMß* \V. Fly, President.
Lou,* V. BriEht, [ Vic^PrcidenU.
AUred 11. Sw«rne, Secretary.
Johii 11. Allen, Ass : lady.
DIRECTonSi
vlB V. Br'gbt, Wm. H. Holllster.
L. Crawford Clark. Percival Knauth.
George Coppell. Francis H. Leggett,
liayard Dorainick. Almeric H Paget,
John F. Dryden, Wiillara O. Park '
Benjamin N. Uuke, Gilbert M. I'lymptoa,
George W. Ely, WiJlJam Soball, Jr..
Albert E. Goodhart, John W. Simpson.
Edwia Gould, Francis S. h'ert»
Edaaund T. Halsey, Hansom H. Thorn**.
J. Walter Wood. Jr.
Manhattan Tryst
Company.
ALL STREET. Corner NASSAU.
NEW YORK.
Capital St. Surplus, - $1,500,000
OFFICEnS.
JOHN 1. WATERBURY, President.
J''HK KEAN, 1 „. ' _ ..
™ o AMOST.rRESCH,'' ** residents.
CHARLES H.tMITH,b«t. W.KOETH DDANE,Tre«.
it?' 1 , 1 !. 11 -, APPIeA PP let <>n. John Eeao.
«" v- ,¥ ollDont . John Howard I>atb»m.
a 1 f f* Da ' JD > F. l>. Randolph.
A. J. ( awart, Orant B. Bcnftr.
E /:,./"!?•■■. James O. .. idon.
- Ilia.
, »rd Tii-k.
"• '" ni£gln»on, jj f ,bn I. Wai^rLary,
R. T. Wllßon.
ARTISBMBNTt and eubs-riptlons for The TrU.une
rec«-iVfd at their Uptown Office No. 1.242 Broadway,
»d c<x,r n-j»th of :j;h n . until v o'cioth i>. m. ; advertusr
nieata recrlve<3 at the following branch offlees at regular
offlt* rates until 8 oVlock p. m.. viz : i»4 Mhuve.. «. c.
cor iJ«-tt.; 152 Oih-ave.. cor. 12lh-»t. : J!aey-«. «th-*ve.
*r»fl Htt)-«t.; 142 Colurribua-uve.. near Weal 6«th-«t . . 108
Veit C4-rt.. mrar Oth-ave.; 62 East 14th-«t. : 287 West
4id-«t.. txr'.-At^a 7th and BUi aveg • 15!) F.bm 47th ; 1.828
Sd-ave.. betwewj 7Cth and 77- eta ; 1.02 C 3d-ave.. l'<-"
Ji!. I"''^1 "''^ i. T< * - 1 ' 1"1 "* I*1 '*- rear 6Sth-«t.: •■ ■ 3d-ave.. near
*'«t-«t . Sti iv*. , til Clescker-et. : 525 Bleecker-*t-
.financial.
INTERNATIONAL ZINC GO., LTD.
RESULTS OF 8 MONTHS' OPERATIONS,
&l% Dividends Paid, $30,403.85 Surplus,
And \% Declared for June, Payable July Ist.
AUDITORS' REPORT, JUNE I, 1900.
MCOME.
From Sale of Zinc, Lead, Royalties and
lease $38,437.29
EXPENDITURES.
Operating- expenses » $22,206.14
Royalties 3. 400.40
Salaries 5,361.01
Travelling and General Expenses. 4.153.27 $35,130-.42
Balance— Profit $23,30687
BALANCE SHEET. JUNE Ist. 1900.
ASSETS.
Mining property, leases an.l mi 115 .5999 .500.00
New machinery. Improvements
and development $5,636.99 $1,000.
Trustee stock, unsold 12.07<>.00
Outstanding balances 3.340.73
Caeh 1f1. 454.50
$1,037,002.23
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock $1,000,000.00
Creditors C.W- •»••
Surplus 50.403.55
51,037.002. 2S
The International Zinc Co. thus shows a surplus of
$30 403 85 for only 8 months" work, which Is over and
above all expenditures and the payment of elpht one per
Bankers ants DroKcra.
THOS. COOK & SON,
BANKERS,
SpTo^Tisf 1 Broadway, New York,
ISSUE
LETTERS OF CREDIT
AND
CIRCULAR NOTES
Payable nt their Ouicea and by Correspond
ents everywhere.
Drafts— Cable Transfers— Foreign Money.
International
Cheques
Letters of Credit
ISSUED BY
BROWN BROTHERS & CO.,
New York. Philadelphia. nonton.
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
NASSAU & PINE STS.. NEW YORK CITY.
13 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON.
Dealers In U. S. Government Bonds and
ether Investment Securities. De
posits received and interest
allowed on Balances.
N. W. HARRIS & CO.,
BANKERS,
81 NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK.
Iqqhp TrnuplprQ 1 De * 1 in Bonds of R * a
loollU I laiCICIO road. Street Rail<wa.y.
tii f n j'i Gas and Electric Light
Letters 01 bredit Companies. Go-oem
AVAILABLE IN ALL ment &nd Municipal
PARTS OF THE WORLD. Bonds Bought and Sold.
Quotations furnished for purchase, sale or exchange.
Established 1863. T«i. call 2353 Cortlandt.
FRED. H. SMITH.
STOCK BROKER. 8 BROAD ST.. ■. Y.
Member N. T. Con. Stock Exchange.
STOCKS. BONDS AND GRAIN
Bought, sold and eaiTted upon moderate margin.
COMMISSION 1-10.
Book ot Railway Statistics upon application..
N. S. WALKER. JR. J. T. G. WALKER.
WALKER BROS.,
Members yew York Stock Exchange,
71 BROADWAY, N. Y. (EMPIRE BUILDING.
Stocks, Bonds and Investmenst.
Orders executed (or lnveetment or on margin.
DIRECT WIRE TO CHICAGO.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
HATCH & FOOTE,
Bankers and Brokers,
Investment Securities, Stocks and Bonds
Doubt and Sold ob Commission.
No. 3 NASSAU & 18 WALL ST., N. Y.
Eftablianad ISO/. Member* N. Y. Stock Exchange
R. L DAY & CO.
1 BROAD ST., NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST., BOSTON
Members N. Y. and Boston Slock Exchanges
Dividend Notices
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
OFT-ICE OF THE TREASURER.
CHICAGO. ILL., JUNE 10, 1000.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND of $1.25 per
"^^ share will '•« paid on August Ist next to the share
holder* oX this Company** stock, registered as such on
the closing of the Tmnpfer liouks. ,
The Transfer Book* will be doted at 3:00 o'clock P. M.
on the "Uth day of June, and opened at 10:00 o'clock
A. M. on th. »th day July »«t.
OFFICK OF TH
niKKiLO, ROCHESTER & IMTTSIH RGII
' ' HA 1 1. WAV COMPANY,
New Yurk. June lUth. 1900.
rpHE SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND of three
•*■ nat cent, on the guaranteed etock of the ALLE
GHENY & WEbTDRN RAILWAT COMPANY will be
raid July 2nd. i;««i. to the atockholdert of record June
25th at 8 P M. Checks will be mailed to the stock-
J^e-B J. H. HOCART. A.M't Treasurer.
No. 11 Broadway, New York, June 'M, is*"'
rPHE RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILWAY
-* CV> will pay a rterly divided at one dollar and
twenty-five cents per share August Ist to PREFERRED
Stockholders of record June 30th. Checks will be mulled,
■■■■■■■■ a WALTER HIXCHMAN, Treasurer.
******** SMKLTIXO * REFIM.Xi CO.
New York. June mil, IVHW.
Qnnrt«*rly l«leuil ><». 4.
ff HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have this day
declared a quarterly dividend of one and three
o , r ,.,r.|l per cent, upon the preferred capital stock of
this company payable July 10th. IWiO. to stockholder*
cf record at 'twelve o'clock M.. June Bra, 1900. The
ti«r>k« of the company for th» transfer of preferred stock
wi'i tZ closed at twelve o-clock M.. June 23rd. and
op'.'.e^Ju'y U.h. 1900. EDWARD BRUHH^
THE MEKCHANTS EXCHANGE) NATIONAL BANK
THE) M „.- THE CITY OF NEW YOHK
U June 10th. li«»»
rpHE BOABD OF DIRECTORS have declared
"*• a semi-annual dividend of Three day of July. IWJO.
u^h^hTch date the tran.^r
KHANKI.IN TRUST COMPANY
Dividend No 40. .
BROOKLYN, I*. V., June Oth. 1900.
rpHB BOABD OP TRUSTEES bag this day
■^ declared a quarterly dividend of 2H% u[. r. ihe
capital «cS» of thla company, payable July 2d »««. to
d«ra «< record «t eloslnf of Urn transf-r boojw.
iy«u. -^^'^^jb, AM t Secretary.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JUNK 20, 1900.
financial.
cent monthly dividends, with an extra dividend ct % ot
one per cent for the month of May.
The extra dividend declared for May win undoubtedly
be followed by others at a very early day — In fact, an
extra dividend of V» of one per cent Is expected to be
declared for August and possibly one for July. It Is a
conservative estimate that the annual dividends will ag
gregate. If not exceed, 15 per cent.
Th.* substantial position occupied by the company fully
Justifies the further advance In price to $1.50 or $2.00 per
■hare now under consideration, and even the possible
withdrawal of the stock from the market.
It Is manifestly to the advantage of Investors to secure
all the stock possible before such action Is taken, as w«
believe th! company will prove one of the most profitable
investments ever offered. Present price of Block
$1.25 PER SHARE,
full patd and non assessable. All shareholders of
record Jimo 25 receive tlie refrolnr monthly
dividend of one per pent, payable .Inly 1»*-
Applications for Ftock must be accompanied by check
to the order of
JOSHUA BROWN & CO.,
FISCAL. AGENTS,
45-47 Wall St., New York City.
Sg State St., Boston.
421 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
400 The Rookery, Chicago.
Ditiilicni» Notices,
<^ TRUST CO
234 Fifth Aye.
Branch Office. 60 Broadway.
New York. Jun» 12, 1900.
The Board of Directors have this day declared a semi
annual dividend of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER
CENT, from net earnings on the capital stock of this
company, payable July 2d. 1000. * to stockholders of record
of June 20. 1900. Transfer books will close June £0. 1800.
at « P. M., and reopen July 3. WOO.
ALFRED B. MACLAT. Secretary.
Sooiugs Banks.
Manhattan Savings Institution.
NO. 044 BROADWAY.
NEW YORK. June 20, 1000.
98th Semi-Annual Dividend.
The Trustee* of this Institution have declared Interest
at the rate, of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT.
per annum on nil sums not exceeding $3,000 remaining
on deposit during the three or six months ending on the
T.Oth lnst., payable on and after the third Monday in
July next. JOSEPH BIRD. President.
FRANK O. BTILES, Secretary.
GEORGE H. PEARSALL. AFst. Secretary.
(Citn hotels.
HOTHL REGENT, north weat corner 28th St. and 6th
Aye., on thf Bttropean plan. Newly furnished, all
Improvements; weekly ratfs. J.i upward. 50c. 75c and 91
lip per day; restaurant a la carte.
Ko®\^ DCcdGoO E®DD®\yoD(B
EUROPE3AN PLAN. CENTRAL LOCATION.
BEACON ST.. NEAR-TREMONT ST.. BOSTON.
HARVEY & WOOD. Proprietors.
Jnsirnctioit.
For Boys and Young Men — City.
BERKELEY SCHOOL -INCORPORATED 1000.
433, 4i" On Uadtaon Aye.
Twenty-first year will begin October 1, 1000. Kvery
rlasß limited to twelve boys. Early application will be
: .--.-ary for admission to moot grades, as well as to the
Preparatory School.
J. CLARK READ. Registrar.
For Youne Ladies — City.
T EARN dressmaklnK and millinery at McDowell School.
Jj 810 SIS ntii hv...
MRS. LESLIE) MORGAN'S Boarding and Pay School
for Girls. 13 and IB West ,s<kh Street. Central Park,
N. Y. Thorough instruction In English. Foreign Lan
guages, Art. Including special college course. Prepares
for colleges.
KTEW-TORK, NKW YORK.
rpHK PEEBLES ANl> THOMPSON eC.IIOOL.
± BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR OIRLS.
80, :;l', .14 EAST r.7TH street.
THE MISSES ELYS SCHOOL*
RIVERSIDE HRlvra.
86th vui.i fwith Streets, New York.
For Both Sexes— City.
THK ETHICAL, CULTURE SCHOOLS.
KINDERGARTEN, ELJBMENTARI an.l HIGH SCHOOL.
.1. X Relgarl, Supt., 108 W. r.4th St.
Perrlval Chubb, Prln High School, 4s B. f^th St.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGI'AGFS
1.1C2 Broadway. New York. 7;; Court-st., Brooklyn.
Summer School nt AMtxiry Park. N. J.
PARIS EOCPO9ITK »N.
Visit the Berlitz School Pavilion. All welcome.
For Boys and Young Men— Country.
FRIENDS SCHOOL. PROVIDBSNCR, R. I.— Founded hy
Friends over a I !>»n 10 all derwml
m 1. r.i^!i!^«-n .-iat.-s represented last year.
Ideal combination of si bool and borne lif»
AUaUSTINBJ JONES, LL.B., Principal.
(IREENWICH ACADEMY AND HOME for TEN BOYS.
J Thorough preparatioi or business. Pupils
carefully selected J. H. itot>T. I'rin., Greenwich, Conn
HIGHLAND MILITARY ACADEMY. Worcerter, Mass.
♦ St! - year. The best academic Instruction, physical
culture, military training. Visitor: The Rt. R«v. WILL
IAM I.AWRENCH, I>. 1). Hend Master, JOSEPH ALDDN
SHAW. A. M.
IKVJXC* INSTITUTE r^ >R BOYS
TARRYTOWN ON HUDSON. N. Y.
40 minutes' ri.i^ fr m New \.:k Tenna $SOO.
JOHN M FI'KMAN. A. M.. Principal!
MAPLEWOOD. JONCORDVILLE. PA. Successful
school; ■■• of the bfst to infuse energy, to wake
up boys to duties of life; prepared for business or college,
1300; under 18 years. $230; boys under the cure of a pro
fessor du.-inK summer vacation. Location beautiful, ele
vated, healthy; no tobacco. J. Shortlidge (Yale), A.M..Prln
SUMMER OUTING FOR BOYS
»O CAMP CHAMPLAIX. MALL.ETTS BAT, VERMONT.
I'nrter joint ■ sgement of
MONTCLAIR MILITARY ACADEMY
and BARNARD SCHOOL.
Party leaves New York July 2d.
Address
\VM L. HAZEN, 120 West 12Crh St. N. T.
THE SIQUAR SCHOOL
X l-X^U THIRTY BOYS.
Boye received younger than at any other preparatory
school. The SSth year begins Sept. IS, 1800
HENRY W. EIGI.AII.
Newburgh, N. V.
For Young Ladies— Country.
DBUJOHTFUI) Summer ;:• ma for l. r . Olrls. Tuition tr.
Frf-nch. Ppanlsh. Art or Music. Afternoona devoted to
rfcreation. Terms $12.'. Miss C F. BAIUD. Norwalk. Ct.
NKW YultK.. UNO SIN>; ON TH&VHITDSON
OBSINING SCHOOL FOR OIRL6. on the Hudson
Ml 3» C. C. PULUBR, i'rlnclpal
RYE SEMINARY— For particulars ad.lreos
Mrs. 8. J. LIFE, The Mlanea STOWE. Rye New
York.
ST. AGNES SCHOOL.
r> ALBANY. N. Y.
For the physical moral, intellectual, domestic and
relUlous training of pirla. College preparatory and
special courses. Advantatfea In art and muFlc.
Rt Rev. \VM. CBO9WELL DOANE, D.D., L.U. D..
President Board of Trustees.
Send for prospectus.
(Lnuljera
DU. W. O. NOWEIX.. private tutor at pupils' homes or
at 117 E. S2d-«t. Two pupils received In family.
School Agencies.
A HCaitAN AND FORRION TEACBEOW AORNCY
j." V supplies iTofessors. Teachers. Tutors, Ooverneaaea
An., to ' '.ill' his, Schools and Families. Apply to '
Mia. M J. YOUNG -FULTON. 23 Union Square
A DVERTIBHMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune '
JY received lit their Uptown OJHre. No. 1.242 Hrnft<l w «'y ,
».i door rth of Slst-«t.. until '.' o'clock p. m. ; advertise! I
nier.ta received at the following branch ofltaaa at regular !
DlDoa rates until 8 o'clock p. ni , vli.: 1"34 Mh-nve « a :
cor. J3d-Bt. : 162 Bth-ave.. cor. 12th St.. Mary's. Oth-«v«."
and Hid si . 143 Oolumbus-ave., near West Otith-at ■ iiifl
Writ 42d-««.. near till.- air., 02 East Mth-ai. . 287" Wist
ltd a! . between Till and Nth avei. ; ISO East 47 In- at ■ 1 83s
Sd-ave.. lauve.n 7fltli and 77th etc: l.icM ad-ava. r., ir
Olit-at. : I.7CS lat-av«.. near Hilt! ;•.; 650 Sd-av* ' near [
ill! . 55 i 3d-av«. . 210 iiletcker-at. , 323 lil«»ckar-«t. I
Proposals.
PROPOSALS FOR
$3,135,000.00
OF
yh% Corporate Stock
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Exempt from all Taxation in the State of New York, except for
State Purposes.
Principal and Interest Payable in Gold.
EXECUTORS. ADMINISTRATORS. GUARDIANS. AND OTHERS HOLDING TRUST FUNDS ARE AUTHOR
IZED BY SECTION 9 OF ARTICLE 1 OF CHAPTER 447 OK THE LAWS OF 1897 TO INVEST IN THIS
STOCK.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK at
his office. No. 2SO Broadway. In th« City ot New York, until
Monday, the 25th Day of June, 1900,
at 2 o'clock P. M.. for the whole or a part of the following-described Registered Stock of the City of New York.
bearing Interest at the rate of THRICE AND ONE- HALF PER CENT, per annum, to wit:
92.10,000 00 CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF f1M5,000 OO CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF
NEW YORK. FOP. A NEW HALL OB" NEW YORK. FOR THE ERECTION
RKCOROS. ASP EQUIPMENT OF A HOSPITAL
Principal payable November 1, 1&30. BUILDING IN GOL'VERNEI'R SUP.
500,000 00 CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF PrtoclMl »***"' November 1, V**>.
SOO.OOOOO CORPORATK tfTOCH OF THE <"ITY OF
NEW YORK. FOR CONSTRUCTING A
BRIDGE OVER THE HARLEM RIVER 1,000,000 0O CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY 07
AT WILLIS AVKNIE. NEW YORK. FOR THE NEW BAST
Principal payable November 1. 1930. RIVER BRIDGE.
Principal payable November 1. 10*1.
300,000 OO CORPORATE STOCK OF THE CITY OF
NKW YoKK. K«.R THE EKKcTIoN OK 1O OO CORPORA V 7-: 3TOCX OF THK CTTf O»
AN ADDITION TO THE BUILDING FOB NEW YORK FOB THK CON3TRUC
TUB MUSEUM OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. TICK* OF THE RAPID TRANSIT RAIL
IN TUB BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN. ROAD.
Principal payable November 1, 1930. Principal payable November 1. ISMO.
A Deposit of TWO PEII CENT. (In money or certified cheek on a National or State
Bank In the City of »w York) required.
For fuller Information see CITY RECORD. Copies to be procured at No. 2 City Hal!.
BIRD S. COLER, Comptroller.
THE CITY OF NEW YORK. •
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, COMPTROLLER'S OF Fit
JUNE 8. 10CO.
Q^EALED PROPOSALS for furnishing fresh
end condensed milk for the Manhattan State Hospitals,
for a period of six months from July 1. 1900. may be sent
by mall or delivered In person, up to 4.50 o'clock P. M..
Wednesday, June 27, 1&00, to the undersigned, at the
Office of the H.. spirals. No. 1 Madison Avenue. New York
City (where full specifications may be obtained), at which
tine an.', place the Hoard of Managers will receive and
open nil proposals.
No. bids shall be considered except from parties who are
actual dealers in the commodities for which they submit
proposals. Each bid must be accompanied by a certilled
check for 10 per cent, of the full amount, as a guarantee
that a contract will b» entered into If awarded. A bond
of tome approved surety company for at least "•"> per cent,
of the groaa amount will be required after award for the
faithful performance of the contract.
The Hoard of Managers reserves the rlaht to reject any
and all bids, as It may deem for the best interests of the
State. HENRY B. HOWLAND.
President Board of Managers.
A DVERTISBMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
Xjl. received at their Uptown Office. No 1.242 Broadway.
2d door north of 81st-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m. ; advertise
ments received at the following branch offices at regular
office rales until 8 o'clock p. m., viz.: u.'.i Sth-ave.. a. c.
cor. 23d-st. ; 152 6th-ave.. cor. 12th-?i.: Macy's, Cth-ave.
and 14th-st. : 142 Columbus- n ar West 60th-st. ; 108
West 42d ft., near fith-ave. • 92 K.r!?t 14th-st. ; 2. iT West
AM at., between 7th and Sth av*s. ; 159 East 47th-st. : 1.338
3d-ave., between 76th an.l 77th sts. . 1,0-JO 3d-ave.. near
61st-st. : 1.708 lst-ave.. near 88th-st.: (50 aye.. i.ear
41st st 654 3d-ave.: 210 BleecKer-st. : 225 Bleecker-*t.
(Excursions
The Other Places.
All Amerlcfinn are not going to Paris
this year, though many will. Some will prefer
a cool, quiet and comfortable holiday trip
among our own mountain* and lake*,
or by our magnificent rivers, to the distrac
tions of Paris.
We offer tourists In America the same
advantages and facilities as abroad tickets
for individual travel to ALl> Summer Resorts
by ALL routes- pleasant tourist parties oc
cupying from One to Four 'Weeks, at
moderate inclusive fares. Information, esti
mates, etc.. without charge.
BERMUDA.
Speeinl short Ocean trips for Summer
tourists to these delightful coral islands. t>
Dnya, Including All Expenses,
July 5. 10, August 2. 1«. only.
JAPAN and lIOO'D THE WORLD.
Annual parties, 20th season, Sept. 6, 10, 15,
Oct. 17, Nov. 3.
EVERYTHING FOR VISITORS TO PARIS.
Programmes, etc.. free from
THOS. COOK & SON.
Downtown Office: 281 B'dway (cor. Warren). ML Y.
Uptown Office: 1185 B'dway (cor. 28th SO. N. Y.
PARIS — 1900.
GAZE'S /EUROPE
TOMS FAIR
yr PASSION PLAY.
y^ ROUND THE WORLD.
TRAVEL TICKETS ALL ROUTES.
ACCOMMODATION SURE.
Bay whether you wish to go with a party, all in
cluded, $2:1; to $2,000, or independently, with travel
tickets. Write for printed matter. FliKB by mall.
Henry Gaze & Sons. (Eat. 1844.)
113 BKOAUWAY, - - - - NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN BEACH.
From lIKIUGBi Electric E^tprees Trains via Fulton St.
'•L." Brighton Beach Line, and L. I. R. R. Stop only at
principal stations. Fare 15 eta.
From BATTERY I 39th Bt Ferry (Ft. Whitehall St.)
Boats l^ave every 20 mtn. Electric Cars meeting all boats
will run direct. Far» 20 '-is.
From IIHOOKI.Y.N: Take any Kings '... "I." train and
transfer at Franklin Ay.; or take- Brighton Beach Surface
Cars, changing at King's Highway. (Same transfers to
Brighton Cars as to regular Flatbush or Nostrand Ay.
BRIGHTON BEACH. cw»w»-w
From IMIIK HOWi Flatbush Ay. Surface Cars.
From BIiOADW W Fl'lilill'.S: strand Ay. Sur
face Cars. (Take cars reading ''Brighton Beach. 1 ')
FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoons and Evenings.
CONEY ISLAND.
From lIATTEHIi 3»th St. F.-rry fFt. Whitehall St.>
L'tH Fore I<> cts.
rrom HAMILTON I'I:HI11i ir>th Bt.— Culver Route
Burface 1 "an Fai
Prom BROADWAY PBRRIBSi Vanderbllt Ay —
Culver Route Surface '"ars. Fare 10 cents.
From Jilt I IX. ! : j sth Ay. "L." Trains, transferring at
i!6th St. to Culver Route. Fare 10 cci
BROOKLYN R.il'll) TRANSIT.
MANHATTAN
BEACH.
Trains will leave New York, foot East 84th St., week
days. •0. 6.40. T.« 8.20. U.Oo a, m. . 12.10 (12*6 p. m.
Hue? Lava, c. I. J. Club), 1.10. 1.40. 2 10 240 3 1«.
3 40' p4p 4 m' 6.10. D.40, ttoo> 6.44 71 °- 74.1, '"" b Ud
S w« I (J. Hi
On Sundays— 6.50. 8.40. 10.10. 11.10 a. m.; 12.10 an.l
every half hour from 1.10 to ft. 10 and 10 10 t. m
Iji*i train leaves the Heach on week dava 'at 10-30
0. m.; on Sundays 11.15 p. m. ' a
WEST POINT, NEWBURGH
& POUGHKEEPSIE.
ORAND DAILY EXCURSION (Fxcepi Suntevi
"M:\\ lllltk" and "ALIIAVV"
Fr. ; m Brooklyn. Fulton St.. (hv Ann**) "am
;; New-York. Dejbrossea Bt. Pier H-40 "
New York. West KM St. Pier o-yij •'
Itaturnln/r due lr. Mvw V. rk B 80 r M
awORWIWQ AJID AFTEHSOOS COJKERTS.
■A DVERTISEMENTS and auoacripUon. for The Tribune
XX received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.242 Broadwar
2,1 deer north of aist-st.. until 0 o'clock p. m ; advertl^
menta re.-elved at the f ILwing bran.h oftlc*. a nX
Cfflc* rat«a until 8 o'clock D. m.. vlt. : 254 Sth-ave a a.
cor ?3d-st.; 162 Cth-ave.. cor. i2th-st.; Macj^f! Sth^et
_ KSfTSW DEEP BRA FISHINO— Fo.ter. Iron
Mt4i,.*fc Ma ateamer Angler, dally. Far*. Too.;
m TlNUfJ**^ ladlea, 8Oc.; 81»t it.. E. R. 7:13; Bat
tery. 8:00 a. m.
.^•SN--^ DEEP BEA FISHINO DAII.T.—
N—^ici.^CT'iffWJv >rh ' larKo arvi commodious Str.
ZSS:/1 '•^. j-'\fejyj -'\fejy Edmund ButUr leave. Batory
*^ -^•♦v. . th*>-~ laodintr 8:20 a. m. Far*, gtnta,
70c. ludies. bOc.
f.-- DEEP TV. Sflth St. ani I>AIL.Y.—
nTJTttw Th* laree an! i-niuin,xjluu» Str. !
■'''^J^ Edmund BuU*r Imvu Batiery
-****^ landlrut B.M) v. m. Kara. outa. ■
76.-. Udlei. 60c.
Swlmmln*.- Hnth*. W Mth St. ud B 31et St.
/One department f r Udle« axelutlvtiy at E. 81<t St. Lath.
, DVEBTISBMENTB »nd sub»<rlntlon» for Th« T:l> in» :
L received at their Vptown Office No. 1.242 Broadway •
door north or tin it . until 0 o olock p. m. . advertlJ«- |
mt« recalvcd at the rulluwlna branch office* at regular ;
let- rate* until 8 o'clock p. m.. via.: CM Sth-av«.. , «. |
r. «3.1-«t, ; 15- 6th-av«.. cor. 12th-Ert; Uaoy's. ttth-ava. ,
d 14 ill at.. 112 Coluuwiun-ave.. near W«tai e«Jth-»l.; 100
(it 4^d-it.. near 6th-a»«. ; 62 E»»t 14tb-at.i
Proposals
Jeffersonvllle. 1n. ... June 15. l»©0.
Q^EALED PROPOSALS, in triplicate, will be
received here until 11 o'clock A. M. (central standard,
time). July 14, 1600, for furnishing various articles of
Quartermaster's Supplies. I'reference given to articles of
domestic prodMcttoa or manufacture — details in schedule.
The right Is reserved to reject or accept any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Information furnished on
application. Envelopes containing proposals should be
marked "Proposals for Q. M Supplies," anl address*)
C R. P.ARNETT. Deputy Q. M Gen.
(Pecan Steamers.
J3a[Pia[A!]°(S[}QDK!lia a
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO RISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe,
Nagasaki. St anghal, Hong Kong.
Steamers leave San Franolsco 1 p. m.
DORIC June 80! COPTIC July 2fl
NIPPON MARL' Inly in AMF.RICA MART' Aug. .1
R. DE JANEIRO ..July 11» PEKING Aug. 11
For freight, passage an i general Information apply at
340 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place, Washington Building.
and 257 Broadway.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Intended steamship sailings from Vancouver.
W. BI3BUBA. PHBUPPIIRIE ISWRM
EMPRESS OF CHINA July 9. Baft. 10. Dec. 3
KM PRESS OF INDIA July 30. Oct. S. Dec. 31
EMPRESS OF JAPAN Aug. 20. Nor. R. Jan'y 2S
Imperial Limited. Montreal to Vancouver in hundred hours.
IMTO3MT DBLAIDB^»AHtTUiJA
WARRIMOO June 2i»: MIOWERA July 27
For rates apply 353 Broadway and <V> Wall St.
A Delightful and Cool Sea- Voyage to
MM MOTIA AMD tiWIFMDUNID
Fine passenger steamer SILVIA
Sails June 27. July 14. August 1. 18. through
Long Island. Vineyard Haven nnd Nantucket Sounds.
Bteamer ORIOEN sails June 23. at noon, for Halifax
only. Single trip. fl6; round trl!'. one week. Including
board, .■?•_>.
Apply to C. T. BOWRING & CO., Ltd.,
17 State st., New York.
x [PGDIP [PoDcßn DBBociDa
Steamships of the RED "D" LINE will sail for San
J\mn and Ponce as follows:
8. S. PHILADELPHIA Thursday. June 21 IP M.
8. S. MARAC.MCO Thursday, June 23. 1 P. M.
a S. CARACAS Saturday, July 14. noon.
For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON, BLISS & DAI-LETT,
General Managers. 135 Front St.
A MERICAN LINE.
, FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
NEW-YORK— AMPTON— LONDON.
CALLING WESTBOUND AT CHERBOURO.
Sailing WeilneexlH.vs at 10 A. M.
tSouthwark June an New York July 11
St. Paul June 27J St. Paul July in
St. Louis July 4 St. Louis July 23
tSAILING AT NOON.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW-YORK— AXTWERP— PARI3.
Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
•Southwark June 201 'Kensington July 4
Westernland June 271 No r Hand July 11
•These steamers carry cabin and third-class passengers
at low rates.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Piers 14 and 15. N. R. Office. 73 Broadway.
A — WHITE STAR LINE.
X * NEW- YORK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Teutonic June 20. noont Cymric July 17. 9 a. m.
Germanic June "". noon! Teutonic July 18. noon
Majestic July 4. noon Germanic July 25. noon
Oceanic. July U. 4:3(» p. m. ! Majestic. .... August 1. noon
For passage, freight and general Information apply to
WHITE STAR LINE.
Pier 4S. North River. Office. » Broadway. N. Y.
A -CLARK'S EXCURSIONS TO EUROPE:
Per CITY OF ROME and NEBRASKA, specialty
chartered. June 30th to Glasgow; S. S. "ALLER ' June
30th to Naples and Genoa; S. S. "ST. LOUIS" and "KEN
SINGTON" July 4th; "NEW YORK" July 11th. ROUND
WORLD PARTY Sept. 12th. Oct. 3rd, Nov. 3rd.
FRANK C. CLARK. 11l Broadway, New York.
OLD DOMINION LINE.
DAILY SERVICEI.
For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk. Portsmouth, Pinner's
Point. Newport News and Richmond, Va., connecting for
Petersburg. Richmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. D. C.
and entire South and West.
Freight and Passenger steamers sail from Pier 26, North
River foot Beach St., every week day at 3 p. m.
H. B. WAI.KHR. Trartk- Manager.
CLARK'S lIICH CLAS3 TOUR.
ROUND THE WORLD, SEPT. 12TH.
I.tmlte-i to 12. special features; exceptional advantage.
P.oute: New York. 8. S. "St. Louis." 1120 berth, London.
I'ar .:>. Lucerne. Italy, Greece. Turkey. Palestine. Egypt,
across India. Ceylon. Singapore, China (Manila). Japan.
Hawaii. San Francisco. ami overland to New York. Tm
months, $2..">tii>; nrarly sir laonths. leaving Nov. 3. direct
to Italy and Egypt, lI.BSO. Also a second party. Oct. 3.
going w^atwui.l. 11.860.
F. C. CLARK. 11l BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
A— CUNAUD LINE.
• TO LIVERPOOL VIA Ql EENSTOWN.
From Piers 51 and 82. North River.
Sen-la Jane 23. 1 P. M. , Oampar.la. . . July 14. 4P. M.
L, u <-ar.ia June So. ft A M.I Serbia July 21. 1 P. M.
Ktrurla July T. noon| Lucanla July 28, 4 p. M.
VERNON H. BROWN A CO.. Gen Agents.
20 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
•\rALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
"*■ "*" prom New York TTednes'lays. Friday* and PaturOays
FOR TEXAS. GEOROIA AND FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets Issued to all
i,..lnta in Texas. Colorado. ArUona. California. Mexico.
Ac ' Georgia. Florida. Ac. Peltghtful Excursions.
Write for our (10-page "Pocket Guide" (mailed free).
C. H MALLORT 4 CO.. Gen. Agta.. Pier 20. E. R.. N. T.
i>r.D D LINE.
For L* Ouayra. Puerto rvh*lki. Curacao and llara
raibo via Curacao — Catling al«.> at Puerto Rico.
" Fn m n.'herta Pier ((■ n«iv n
8 B. PHII^r>ELPHIA Thursday. June 21. I P. M.
H 6. CARACAS Saturday, July 14, noon.
There vessels h«»e superior accommodations for pas
»enc«rm. BOULTON. BUM 4 DALLKTT.
General Managers. 135 Front St.
SHOUT ROUTE TO TUB PARIS EXPOSITION.
HOLLAND AMERICA LINK.
New York — Rotterdam — Amsterdam via Boulogne-sur
lier 3\4 hour* distant from either Paris or London.
New twin crew steamera Potsdam, Statendam and
Rotterdam. Summer rate First class. $73 and upward:
»«■• >n,\ clas*. iiti and upward. All other ateamers carry
one class of cabin passengers; f.%n and upward.
Apply to HOLLAND AMEniC'A LINK. St> Broadway.
FRENCH LINK.
"*- ■■• - v .".NIK OENERALK TRANSATIWNTIQUE.
DIRKCT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS (France).
Balling every Thursday at 10 A. M.
From l"-»r No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.
La Champagne Jun* "Ji;i* QiacOeTne July 12
L'Aqultalne June 2^ t* Br^ti«iie .....July 19
La Tourulne July 31 La Chatnpaica* July M
Purls Hotel Aocommodatiom xeaerved tor coropany*a
painer.ftr* upon application.
General A«fncy. 32 Broadway. New Tor*.
A DVERTISBMKNTB ana •üb»cr!ption» for The Tribune
Jx. received at their Uptown Office No. 1.21! Broadway.
2.1 door north of Blst-«t.. until 0 o'clock p. m. ; advertUa
nierits received it the following branch ofScea at regular
tfflce rates until !* o'clock p. m.. vii : 234 Bth-av» a, c.
cor. S3d-»t • 161 aye. cor, 12th-«t. : Macy'a, OthHtve.
and 14th-st.- 143 Cblumbut-ave.. near West Mth-at ; 10«
U'*et 424-at.. near 6th-ave.; 92 East 14th at.: 287 West
42! at . between 7th and Nth avea.; 199 Ba« 47;h-st.; 31*
f.S-ave.. between T6th and 7Tth ata. : l.t'^'i 3J-ave.. near
eiat-et.: 1.70S lit-ave.. near 9Bth-at-: 630 3d-*ve., near
•X*t-at;; 364 teT>lM.< 210 Bie^*er-at. . 323 Bl«ecxir-«u
(Pecan Strainers.
EKLDQBTrCfI (SUKftfl/M Q=(L(MGD
PAST EXPRESS SERVICES.
CHERBOURG. SOUTHAMPTON. BREMEN.
K. Win. der Groase..Ju!y 31 Travo July 21
Lahn July H> Saaie July 31
Kalserta Mar. Th...July 17! KaUer Wna. a. Ur.-.Au*. 1
Departure 10 A. M
T«lr>-Srr«* Passenger service.
SOlTham: LOXPOX. UIIEMEX.
Fr. der Gr June SI. noon; K. Luiae. ..July i:\ ;0 A. Jt,
Dremeo July 5. hi A. M. i Itremen Aug. ft. » A M.
CHEREOrKU. PAULS. BREMEN.
G. KurfUrat-.June 2\ n«n; iSarbarossa.July 12. 10 A. It.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA.
Werra jj U n« 23A:i*r Jun« SO
Departure 11 A. M.
OELH * CO. NO. 3 |;ROAT>WAT.
Louis H. Jleyer. 43 *>uth Third St.. Pblla.
SPECIAL N*>TI«K,
S. S. ALLER will Ml] on 3ATI'UL>AT. JUNE 20. from
N. Y. for GIBRALTAR, NAPLES and GENOA.
OEIJUCIM & CO.
TWIN SCUEW EXPRESS HERVKX TO FLTMOUTH
(LONDON). PHKRnOfHO (PARIS) AXt> HAMUL'RO.
A. Victoria. June- 21. 10 A.M.! K. Fr»~irich. July ». 10 A.M.
F.ni»m.iTck.Jun»r-*. ltt A.M. ; Columbia... July 12. H> A.M.
TWIN SCREW rASSBTCOER BERVJCB To PLYUOLTH.
CUKRBttl'Ri ; AND HAMKURO. ALSO N\ Y.
to CHf:nrmrß(} and hamuuko.
P»trl< June ZX J P.M.i\Vi»l(!f.r»e#...lun« SO. - M A.M.
Batavia June 2rt. 3 P.M. : Ph«rnl.la.. July 7.12:30 P.M.
PARIS hot ACCOMMOfAVTIOX
reserved If secure:! hefsire «io»rtur»".
HAMBURO-AXIERICAN UNF 27 IVWAY. V T.
DIRECT LINE TO FOI:TI.AND. MAINE.
Connecting with *:! rai!roo<J and -team'tup linen to all
Summer Resirts. Steams) "HirMlo Hal." (new) ml
••Manhattan" leave P,er No SS. E. H.. fx>t of llirlies
Str«»t. every Tue.«rfav. Tfcursrfav. ar.l Saturday •« •'• P. M.
Steamers fltt«<l ■nlth every irodrrn Improvement far th«
comfort ami convenience of r«**' n ß' rs - Ticket offlc»» N«»
?OO r.r'«.l-.viv. cprner of P.en *- Sr.. anJ s^neral oac*. N«k»
122 South St. .Ti..-,.i»». Ti ..-,.i»» t ><# Pier.
HORATTO H ALL. n . T. M . 25? Fouth Street.
f\\ rrfl (T^rjwi^r?) n n'Tf <— s - mail
ZAiLVlUcLaJmiuu Lb>L)lAji»n steamships
TO OLA3OOW via uoxdokddrut;
From Pier .*•!, Ntrth Rrr«r, foot of West 2itt» St.
Furcessla June 2t. nwn' Archorla July T. noon
City of Rnm^.June oi\ novi; Ast'.ri.i Ju!y 14. noon
Cabin rosace. *">'* o^'» upward.
8«-nn1 CiMn. f3O to S.IT.TO ?;e»nr. *2.T sft tr< J25.50.
HENDERSON' HHOTMEHS. A«er,t«. IT A 1» Broadw*jw
A DVERTJSRMENTR an.l •tibacrlpUona for Th« Tribune
•*"*• recelvM at tlieir I'ptr.v.n OfQe« N>. 1.2J2 BrnaJ »ay
A 1 (Joor nnrth of 21st -st-. until V o'clock p. m. ; advertise
ments retetv»d at the follow:-* brnnc-h <iKic*>» at regular
pfflce rates until H o'ctocli p. m.. viz.: 2.M Sth-ave.. ». c.
c<t. 28rl St. ; 132 6th-nvp.. cor. Ktb-M.: Macy's. eth-ave.
and llth-st.; 142 Columbus-ay». r.»ar W>?t i'*th-st. ; 10«
«*.«t 4M~9i.. near «th-ave. ; 92 East Hth-gt. ; 237 West
42d-st.. b^tww- 7th snd Sth aye?.; 130 E^' 47th m. ; 1.83*
3d-ave.. between Tilth unrt 77;h ?;s ■ 1 fcts 3,1-a**
Stcatnbo.us.
R9l£^ [EE9®{Li rPGDOROT^
via SOUND LINES.
FALL. RIVER LINE
For Fall River. P.nston, and all Kast«rn an.l Northern
points. Steamers PRISCILLA and I'fUITAN. Orchestra
on each. I^eave P!?r la. N. R.. foot of Warren St.. week:
days an '. Sundays ai C:tM) I*. M. Steamer from New York.
Sundays oniy, toucht-s m Newport. On otber days of that
week Prcvidonce Lin«i I.'as.warJ steamer stops at Newport..
PROVIDENCE LINK
For Newport. Providence. Boatoi North and East, Stean*
ers PLYMOITH an.l PH.GRIM. Orchestra on each.
Leave Pier i- N. R.. foot of Murray St.. we«-k ilays only
at 5:00 P. M.. touching at Newport, R. I. (Monday morn-
Ings e»cepted). On .M.in lay mornlrgs Fall River Lin«
Steamers touch at Newport.
STOXINGTON LINE
For Stonlngton. Narrairansert pier. Witch Hill, *--. n and
East. Steamers MAINE ant] NEW HAMPSHIRE. Leav«
Pier 36. N. R.. fo»n of Spring .-it., week daia only, at a:00>
P. M. Sunday night Westward trtp.l wIU be made from
July 9 to September 9 tnclwlve. Saturday nifilit Weatwaril
trips will be omitted during fame period.
NORWICH LINE
For New L,.n.!n, Wai Kill, Block Island. Worcester.
East and North. Ptparr.ers i.'ITV i>F LOWELL and .ITT
OF WORCESTER. l.Mve Pi«r .".(V .V. Tl . foot Spring St.
week dayj only at V::o P. M. fn snn.<aya from July S to>
September & inclusive. Steamer NEW HAMPSHIRE will
leave New London at 10:15 P. 11. for New York.
NEW HAVEN LINE
For N"W Haven. New Britain. UerUton, Hartford. Sprinsr
fleld and the North. Fr.«m t'i»r 15, K. 11. Doubie service
week days. Steamer RICHARD FECK leaves New York
3:00 P. M.: Steamer C. H. NOr.THAM at VZ:VO mld
nlKht. Sundays Ste.imer RICHARD PSGK leaves Naw
York at »:3u A. M. ; returning leaves New Haven at 8 15
P. M. A eVltajhi Sunday trip.
mmi BJVJEB BY BAVUeiBT.
Palatial Day Steamers "New York" ani "Albany. 1 *
Fastest and finest river boats in tr.e uvrlJ.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
For the Catskllls. Albany. Saratoga, and all points Eaat.
North, and West, "
Leave Brooklyn. Fulton St. (by Annex). 8:00 A. M.
" Deshr St. Pier 9:40 ••
" West 221 ft. PIT 9:00 ••
Landing at Tout West Point. Newburgh. Pnugh
keepsle. Kingston i'oint. CatskUt Hiidstm. and Albany.
Through tickets on »ale at lea.iin* ticket offices, inoludias
those of the New York Transfer Co.. who check baggage
from residence t" destination.
CONCERTS MORNINGS v AFTERNOONa
/ft[L[B£\K3tf EWtHaDGM DLDB3E,
Steamers ADIRONDACK or DEAN RICHMOND Isava
Pier 3:.". North R'ver. foot Canal Street, at 6 V. ,1. daily
(Sundays oxcepte<!». making Jireot connection* with train*
North. East and West.
JJUDSON RIVER Steamer MARY POWELL.
Leaving Peshrosses St ."5:13. (.Saturdays, l:4J> Weac
22d St.. 3:30 P. M.. (Sat ys. 2 P. M.); fur CRANSTON 5.
WEST POINT. CORNWALL. XE\VI:CK>JH NEW HAM^
BfROH, MILTON. PQ'KEErsIE. RONDOUT ani
KINGSTON.
QATSKILL, HUDSON AND COXSACKJE
BOATS leave every «;»Wav at « P. M. from fact
of Christopher St.. connecting with B. jfc a. P.. R.
ADVERTIPBMFNTS and subsrnDtlons for Th» Trl»ua»
. receive at their Uptown Office. No. 1.212 Broadway.
2.1 door north of 3!st-st.. until \> o'ciock p. CO.; adverti»e
tnents received at the followlr.s branch oSsce» at re-nlar
office rates until 8 o'clock p. nj.. vli. : 2^l Sth-ave. s. c
cor. 23d-st. ; IS2 Cth-ave.. cor. 12th-st. : Maey's. 6th-ave.
and 14th-st. ; 142 CVlumbus-ave.. near V.'est 66th-at. ; 10« l
Weal 42d-st.. near 6th-av*. ; .>> E>»»t 14th-st. - 237 VPesc
4Sd-at.. bet« . - Tth and SU) ayes.- I 5» East 4Tth-st I.S3S
3d-ave., between TCth and 77th sts. : 1.(>2il 3J-ave. ' ae»P
61st-st. : 1 Tiiß Ist-av«.. near S9th-st. : 65" 3d aye.. near
41s'-it.: H4 3.1-ave.: 2U> 81-"».-kfr-st. : 32S Bleeck»r-st.
COURT CALENDARS FOR TODAY.
Supreme Court — Appellate Division — Pefnre Van Bruat»
P. J. . Ruma*) .Patten O'lirien unii Hatch. JJ. —
♦ 'ourt opens a: I p. m. Mo* ttt, -»7. i»l, 3-S. St. -:. 37,
61. lifl. 6M. U2. »S» IS. 7. S4. .
Supr»ma Court— Appellate T«rm.-R«w«.
Supreme CViurt— Sp*.-!al Term— Part I— Before Blschoff,
J. — Motion calendar rail at W:M a. m.
Supreme Court — gpactaj Term — fart II — Refonj Smyth.
J. — Court opens at 1" .*• a. m. Ex pane matters.
Supreme Court — Special Term — Part lll— Before An •
draws. J. — Divorces: N<s. "UM. ."i-t^.i IJHfI ,"V».s7 .".»■-»
545», 541«>. 54»1. 34-.12. !Ha3, MtU. SIOT. 541 XV SJS7. 549*1
i 541 W. 53U1. siol. S.VJC 5»«. 471«. XUKI. ML>* i3l« &iU
631 K. ZJ\<4. 5254, :.2>i». ."Cv> S2SI, BS4& Cl^ar.
Supreme Ccurt— Special Term— Part IV— Before FreM
man. J. — La" ami Katt. — Ni>s. 4Vi7. 47SU. 4>7l 4»77 4-^TS
41t4." 4U4H, laai. ■»:■• 4WBk, 4'.»-;y. 4»7t», 45»71, 4;»72 4975"
■ t*T«, 4US4. 4UN7. 4UD7. 4UiW. SUOa. SUU3, ."rfiia Sttlii, 60»2.
; Case unfinished.
Supreme Court— Special Term — Part V— Before Levea
tritt. J. — Causes to be s*nt fn>m Part IV for trial i."«a»
unnnlshed.
t-uprenie Court— Special Trrm — Part Vl— Before Ftti-
K«ral.!. J. — Ci ti> be aent from Part IV for trial. Cu*o
unflniahed.
Supreme Ccurt— Special Terra— Part Vll— Before Law
rence. J. — Elevatcxl railroad cases. Cl«ar.
Supreme Court — Trial Term — Part II — Before Me
ffi.'-u'i^v^r'nr.vr^r VBm - 1U33 - 1-3<lk
Supreme Court— Trial Trrm— Part lll— Before Beach.
J.— Nos>. 13203. 12577. ft<«»V •>»». 1211 ft. 11111 124 i'». 11107.
•■mi-. «Bi7, :.. ■ BWO. 8">4«. T7U. C»7». tiasd. tisijT. «eu.
802. ■!•>. 7&40. 7:<a."i. Clear.
Supreme Court— TrUl Term — Purl IV— Before Mm-
Lean. J. — Causes to be 3ent frusn Part 111 for trlaL i«»
unfinished.
Supreme Court — Trial Term — Part V — Before O'Gormaa.
J-— Causes to be sent from Part 111 fur trial. Cans
ur.rin.'shp.i.
Supreme Court — Trial Term — Part VI — Pefore Beekraaa.
J- Causes to b« sent from Part 111 for trial. Cmaai
unfinished.
Supreme i". \ir' Trial Term— Part VII— FU-forw G!l<*eiw
•leeve, J. — Nos. 11371. 6l*-3. 6531. !«>4l. 307 l». VSuS, HUMS.
W54. 12113 a. 12ti6.\ Svsl. C57.H. tBTO. 50O& t-ase unfinished.
Supreme Court— Trial Term — P^rts VIII. IX ,<: ! X —
Adjourned for the term.
Supreme Court — Trial Term — Part XI — Before GlegertclW
J. — Cau»e» to be. »ent from Part VII for trial. is» ua»
finished.
Supreme Court — Trial Term — Part Xll— Befor« Nsak.
J. — Cause* to he »ent from preferred ralendar for trial.
Cases unfinished.
Surrogate's Court — Oianbem — Refore FitigeralJ. 9.—
Court r.per.s at l;>:3f> a. nv WUIa f.nr pr«>t>ate: I!u«rh
Keane, Susan A. Sherwood. J"hn Forrester, 'Mward
Smith. LJppm<ir. Stein. William iMherty. Ellrabeth O^r
man. Nicholaa Jacobus. Nathnn D. 'SanforJ. at 10:80
a. m.
SurroKate's Cnurt — Trial Trrm — Before Thorns*. S.—
Cburt opens at 10:3 Da. m. No daj calendar.
City Court— Special Term— P.e*.->re McCarthy. J.— COBTt
opens at 10 a. m. Mottana at l<>:Jfc> n. m.
Cilv Court — Trial Term — Part I — TVfore Conlan, J.—
Nos. 1t»33. V.*.-\ 27M. WH. :>W, S-&. ?*!M. &SO. 577«.
M 77. 43.15 H. !<j73 Z9B£ * 07. t.'fim. I.VJI. IWS*. Susy, 3^62.
3v«i. not"*, am, iao*, 2«s>i. «floa. ma. 2«*». near.
City Ci>urt — Trial Term — I*hm I* — Before Sohuchman,
J.— N'o«. 060 H. 3'JKv SUSI. Si'J 1253,, tUO, Si">7. 3253^
823». »••«>. a^rti. a^iKJ. ssei. si*r.v .T.t:<;. 32tki« s . sxvt.
ai't-H. «>tT<>. 3J71. XIT2. 327:1, 527.V 3:77. S3TOH. n27».
32>«>. S2>-i 32*i7. 3^:>. S2MIN. .'USil 1 .. .TJ021,. ,TJ!ti RSM.
Ba»ft. 5207. 3;bj». 3;u»l. 33<S. XUtS. -XTi^. 8.1 UV, 3SI7S Ow
City Court— Trial Term— Pan Hl— Before Uascall J—
No*. 743. 2557. 14 ' - 13N2. 11.10. 2lrt<». »4H», ]ft«,M '-JUSi
SUM. 2!»4 £oS3. 1314. £570. 47t». H>2». 3>4t> tf*l 2>«51.
54i1. 4W7. 275*3. 1772. l(17y. 2TO. 2"tiJ, HUH. :*H*" 2S«L
2914. 4740 V,. H*o. Clear.
City Court — Trial Term— Part IV— Before. O'Dwyer. J,
— iShort causes: NY« 4>4*. 421. 4SC 1 * 4fVl3 ■ •'•«» 473 A
«wa. 4S&« 4MT *-. 4U27. 6*i«. 47U7 4U14 Bfl o<Hi
47». equity MeW Nos. M, 317 iNm unriniahevi.^^
REFKnEES APPiIINTED.
Supreme Court.
By Bla tw>«, jr., J.
**•»•* ar|. P»lJ— Wllllun J. A. M, Kirn.
Empire) CitT S«v:naT» Bunk a«t- Wood— Daolel P. !».
piaia,
fama e*V B*«erl»— P. ln«ruhain.
well a«t. Arn.iux— Evlwant I; Xa F#tra.
Bacncll act Wahle— Uatur DL Cul»er.
By Andrew*, J.
Conn art. Graham — John H. Ju.l«>.
RDCEIVERa APPOINTED.
Bupr«a« Court.
By Smyth. J.
rrank J. Rlnrtna ftaTt. Manhattan Machinery GMMaVat
— **•«"'• HiMtne and Wtlliam C Arnold.
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