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rfITLADELPBTA STOCKS.
m^ mm t tT ** Hsren » T«waasa4. Ha. «• m'alt-«t.|
(Hfpen mi. Ask- 1 I Bid. tin
_ /v ... TA «•••¦» ' North Perm ink
•" r' y 9u».^m- -"¦>'* " n 'TIM* Oi tS,\ «:.s
!t * if .IT I* |IVim R « 0».... T4l. 74U
'•*^;«teel 17»« •• 'iVrin bteei orm.. To 7r.
'''".rv ..<: «2^'ivni» ci veil r,;; 2 .;
**%?*£ J • ••' ?' 1 1 - i d 0 i 1"-*i 1 "-* i r .
"" iid Steel • sts 't '¦''+ Ph'la F.leeCp.... «'« .^,
••¦al Us' • .:....' ..
r " re* •T " '' 'Phil* *• Krie. . — 85*
*' Tr r :k
r! /^ of N' A-. 2S'i -« I fu. Iron .-. *eel. 2*.
** .5£ v,V • M\. •«*. ' Tidewater *.. . . «t " «v;
l '«r* Val B H S2S ."•» :»: roe of N J...» v >
'-f"S B «'« «'^ '> ion Traction. .. r,« ?K-.
V^T.r-n- "^ T'*r Gs» Imr 0..i~'4 |S« *
m *IL, « 11 Weisharh C« 4 f> " «•
'JSoSn rvti'.. •« I""1 I* <*« IC. i i<.
noxns.
-«•>*» C" •*•!•* )O<41 « 1 Pe~p!e> Trae 45.10S 10»S
•triwi&f !«••« ' 111 ; Vr.lon Tra«- 4- in; jnci,
»-., A^r^it i.: 4j> « ; Aepn.it »c . «rv ,
v"*»rk F«*sss.ll. UTHI
r M»i(AN GOVERNMENT AND MUNICI
PAL BONDS.
I Int. !
' rate. : mi. Axked.
.•^ti*t. Government I SV P«.4| •*•»
£«ris* Go\-emment I 4 ' lf!l" 4 ! i«>;> t
f «T^n Cowmment S>,4| Ht, iifti»
c,r»mn Government 3 | MS' v^^
S7efß*a* uf » • i 102 V 103
C { C o!e«ne « j I<tt IOCS
Ji of Aur^urg 4 101 «. MIS
£{; S j|nn:c«i 1 * ! 1Ol'«i iOV.t
RAILROAD EARXI\OH.
ANN ARBOR.
iaaa. !pry\ ¦»**,
•iirber of mt'ee .. 93 M 592
tfSn •?•* '" *>*»••• •»*«' ««t.SHv $Sft.4l»
'„, T j w Feb. 14 I.nM..V«» 1.0^>2.524
fvtfai/^. rocmesttr ant> niTfnrnr,.
, ,-,*er of nnilev .. SSA 472 472
•MsatveeK in Feb... $« nil JP.%.564 »TS.li»4
>y» Ito Feb. 14 . . . •. . S.S.V r-,s «..'.27.«71
CHJCAQO ANI> F.APTF.RN WUSSOUM.
•ja—ksr e>t tntle* ... «>4« Be* 711
f^cTweek in Feb... t^.^>^3 $103,422 »110.<i3»
j] so Feb. 14 5.5Gt5.441 n.i«4t>.;s;
EVANfcVILLX ANT» INDIA NArOUS.
BMBaar «f irilen 1M 14« 14«
mj-m.il week m Feb... r^.l^s *5.3-s gß.Si'l
''jlTltßFeb •* 235.W.4 211. mo
F>ANSVILJ^E. AND TERRE RA'.TF
vmbsr of r.:la» I*T :«7 1«7
'tZmT week It. Ffb... •1»«T2 J2n.H2« ?27.41J
Vj^ ito I '»¦ 14 ¦ - - Ml SM HW.«M«4
hockino ViUZT.
Vuißber of BBgM ¦ . S4« M ***
2^5-4 rnk in Feb.. •en.mm CM.S93 «*2 4*7
Vulyltoleb 14 5.«H7.017 2.P70.549
-.•>!KT. KANSAS AND TEXAS.
Vumbrr of rr.;iee . $IS*;«C *.2» I2»."«2
ie^nU «c«, 1. Fe^ . • KS2>.»i
jiSrl to F<* 14 R.«nl.eS4 R3IM6J
HI" GRANTE BOT.THCRN.
yuaber of aMlss 1«» 1W ' <%
JT.6M» K:^ Mil Jt.<js
JutT I to Feb 14 JttS.M'l 5.*.3.40S
TOl>ED<"» ANT> OHIO CENTRA!*
.Number of n..ie» S7l „.?•} ..„ «£!
eeoori we«k In Feb.. ?4t.1-4 «40..2S
July! to IV*». 14 1.424.4 a* 1.M^.078
TOI,EJX>. PT. bO^S A^:i> WESTKRN.
Vumher cf miles 4nl H 461
?cc"r fi «-*ik la Feb... J29.V.7 ISI.M* tW4T»
JolTl to reX 14 555» 52«.7:4
TWIN . ITT RArir* TRAXFIT.
fecerS week In Feb... |4!» m:. fr.2.f«2
July 1 to Feb. 14 814.M.1 M<>.2lS
tiOUM ant* lakd nui^.
$eeon4 week «n Feb.. |34.5V> «4.«7C t5»V478
.'OKI to Feb. 14 1.705..50S 1.WV161
A RASH
r'uir.ber sf rnlJes ... 2.52« 5.528 t.CSS
r1 r »,. k ln F-b .. «2li<>* f2?u.47> $.VC.^4
jfufi ItA Feb. 14 10..-.M..543 ll.»4.«»l
¦Bsonr i.in HEIGHTS.
Cutrter er.'.lns Dec. Sl— _
iftiM is:* i»«
•¦-«• earr.:n*» .flW*! »=M..V!-. ?2.f.74 <U>l
Orerstlnr SJIJIWM - . 1.T^.5.9 I.7H«.m?T 1.885.W3
V.- etrr.ints t1. 111.802 Sl.W4.i>;7 $G7?>.127
r»her jnrome 74.«U1 7S.»Ni ft\2««
Tm»l tnfme fl.l».l>ia 11.075.254 mW
r x.- • irg< ¦ 1.162.0*7 1.i1C1.161 1.1o7.«i«
}.urrlu» t*7«w f1T.«12 •*•«.«»
Cr6»T IB eirnmir MMi SVSSO.7TJI J4.239.C22
r>rer«tir.6 err«a»es . . . . 5.44A.«1A s.f>»o.lTS 2.fcis.<W»
Net eamlnr* ?2.4K>.45» sUBMBM |IJM«.«U
Ciher Income IMAM U#.**> *2.2* l
T t -t3l inr«me . ... »:.»T.7V»4 t2.150.15n «'••«.»*
Tixei rhir'r . . : •>; 2 a**.44S I.«37>SS
j-urrJus S3fI.SU . f«.«T *JITI.C2!»
T>efl?lt.
TWIN an RAriD TRANFIT.
Month of I^mt»r- l!«i« igW. Chanise*.
r.^n*. •am.ai •• «»a-.M" JSStiCft Inc. ti'x.lpo
K*|*n«e» -••• Ml Mt 10l,2«i»» Inc. 3.444
JM earnlnc* .*YI«.US tISS Inc. »1« 74"
•«^E^« sMJM «>9t r>e<-. 1.714
JSwp'us IST .PIS f8».41« Ire *1«.&UI>
Per latino monthn —
or-*i earnlnc* IS.CB2SI 52.T.22 TflS Inc. 121H.6C2
Th|>»n»ej 1.3u4.«>» 1.15«.1»7S In.- 14T.717
V> earnlnr* UJB3I.«H fl.?.«S«n Inc. !ICS>4S
«htr T «s ....: «24.sak G>.S4i r<ec. a.ti»
Surplus ~?!>l«>.34l fTST.S7B Inc. C172.7C1
rrefft»4 ntvtden^.... 2«i4.T.'.<» lKT.fuJt Inc. 1..1.'.
ljjlar.ee "iSSSi ~fr,».f>-5 Ine |lM.ri6B
Cnniwow «tvi<»enoa 45»>.3i»» RJS^V* Inr. 75.<i>»
(tjrjflus «;••." ¦¦"' f 174 77? I"' »*<>>:«
*laxlutte| p'f'rorticm «<t preferr»il ¦Hvldenrt
UEBSOH r*CHU ANT» NA\nCSATIOW.
c «i? 4nsaa?* < S1 r.«.«28.7W •:¦>•« i» in' »4if
H^ltfl lntere«l Wi.9i" K".4.^Srt I«er. IK2*4
H*Bt. tax. etc 4M>4» 44 ¦ ST4 IB' r.«,.4^
BaUn'» -'...¦¦ lnf>4.MS Inr. |SaT.r.9C
r"i"it :..... 78».«^W f.7.l>n»-. Inr. jpj^y
$ urr !u» «*l- *-*¦" ST.3o.ei7 Inr . »:S2.l»<?
Fink'nc • aj ¦¦" ' "•• "B>fC Inr 1U.7T4
Tttiaci 1.:...... »4^ 2«? J24«>i:. Inc. J1C5.422
T'»prfclst|"ti im.on« Inc. IM.OCtt*
« arplus $Slf. 2«7 f 24«.M5 Inr $ <*.4i2
Cral produced (Mtl... S.o»s.*W 1.507.773 Ire. »1.117
tDETBOIT. MA^KINAC ANT- MATS' FTTE
The Ler.fl Depanrnf-nT of th» Detroit. Macklnac
«.-.rt MsrauMte rpporrs for the year »i^"l IV- m! • r
ri. 1W:
Ftmqna ... »*£-Hs£!
l'»*ur»ements : sWW
Pnrriu, "t:n. i:>> ••
Interim «<r. lani cmn» t>«n4s • afi.oaga
I .- .. ?».7rsno
The romrsriy • ... hvklliiMv for th? lar.3 irrant
<«»h KQATH
*>ll»T«*''aMe ¦¦¦ *SgS7*W
Toim BlS.teiM
C^LOBAPO WXXX, AVP IRON.
I^W iaM O«sns»e
•>•.. TV^mher .... »i 44 m ZV<* 71« T>t *62 121
Ye« « tn'.-tiths 1.250.TM tUfi.OK Inr ::2».«82
rtt,rr** «01.71»f»
SuTlut B«AT.aM
r fc»rrt* lnrlufle »v>nrt «nt«r#wt tait»* ar,<l Bl<.iy.lT«4
<".ulder.d for the : <lrr year t« June n, m.
RHOOKIYN HEIGHTS RAILROAD <*O.
A >-'<mr»rat^< ««Bt*mer.» «f thei errnlnp». »x
r«n^*»s. fir, folio* 1*:1 *:
Tm Quarter* end*4— IW «J. ¦ rye.. 81. •*
Cross sara;n«s from operation J2K>a.«J«l «>S BJ.aiH.ni* if*
Operft:r4c expense* (cxdudmr
all taxel) 1.T22.578 M I.TM.WT4T
Ma e*mina» from cperatlon. JI.III.SrCPT J1.n04.«r7 <3
Itfrome. otcer tourees than «KV-'
attea 74.611 7« 73 S&« <•
Ores* income from a!l »eurcef (1 It* bis 77 t1.«75.534 **
V!x»4 ch»r»e» 1.i62.<»>7« |jM},|(lM
Purplq* ass.BMM $17,«a21<«
rl»ratiarr I»ratiar per cant •e«cla«lna*
taxesi .. f*ts «« n
?¦•tierattr^ per cent (Including
taxes* oj. si TOM
For •!*. ii.rr.thf ended— He*- SI. '•»•. Tiar 81. 'W».
earnlnrs from operation. . ».'• *»rw. *»•> <>7 ;5." 0.7. 48
: :*-\rg expenses (excludinc
¦aseai a.«4S.si*:i s.fiao ITS «1
'•¦ »arning« frnw eperatinn. *2 *** «*• Tfc ji ».<d h'.U »ft
Int-cme. o'her source* than r.per
-tion i«wm«m ir-».r/io
'iroa* Income from all eo«rces.Js.fir.7.7"ls <» f: 150 1«» 13
'•Xfd chatfres a310.0a M :.Osfi.««S 73
"Surplus »:.47 MS 17 tV^.TSHSS
'•psratlnc per «-em ie*i ,u.l;iat
uxf.M .... •••¦ •¦ • «0.r4
<»nciatln« per citit (Including
Urn) «•* mm
Note.— months ended December SI. IMm. «oca not In
•"'«<• Klr.r» r\)uti'r FJle<eli»»-<J for months af July. Aucust
•nd hep-ember. Includes rentals and lulrraat nt-Tnititjr to
Mr,»n|cl)-n Rapid Transit Company as owmr of ettirks »i.d
""t.d».
THE TRADE IX CHICAGO.
'"hicapo. ¦ Feb. U <Si»eclal).— The I. if corn h..l l-rs
'"•••. irirr-h on the people who avere tailing aft«
" : '"i f-r:<i sold out. Pattern and tli-tt probably
?.•ld 5.0f/),oo) Ijurli- 1b long com. It looked a* If a
half dozen «C tho other tile MM were selling al*o,
''¦at that was elmply because Patten had half th»
'¦¦¦r* on th« floor vorklni? for him. It mas a
'Gincidrnc* that »hnrt« and outrider* m«-re dlrpo.sM
|3 buy m the <>|M»iilnc. It rr»at«4 Just th*- opportu
nity rattan «M waiting far. and h» • failed himself
" f '•• I'hmips covnr*-d Ju»t at the> wronsr rnom*>nt
- ; •• «M ¦miihi ana bom* of th« other
*hort«. Th* ouUld* bull* bt-can by botUn^ their
rrolt*. Tfc»j market In th« flrvt half hour rot to
, * V ' " "«ut» the May has touched In .!« months.
*>T *«_• t>n>« the Patten pclllrjfr was m-er th* mar.
ci »how 4 • drop fronl tha top of I|iC an<l • *•
L**~ fro* Sttnrday might «f f.e to V «u y
opened at «V »pid between n«ic and 40*»> bW.
and closed at «»V The »hipp<nc <lon:axi<J was poor.
probably g*M c* the reason* the Patten party t-ol<l.
Liverpool was up a fraction. rVa board clearances
were «S.«aa bushel*. There was an Increase oa
P&MSSe of over ;,oO\o>^o bushels, milking over
U.oa.'.OW ibeJa afloat. The visible Increased 10C>.
9tt rmiihels and the local *tock Increase^ €7S.f«»
buahela. Uttl*- max reported *>old her» for »htp
sVaßßt. 4A.A00 bufheln. The t—n\tciAr-i reported only 12
loads.
Wheat «a« Flow: prices merely followed the ups
and downs of enrr.. May opened at TiJ^c and »old
between ':-¦¦*• and 75c and rlwai at 7T.c. The top was
when' corn was advancing. The shipping demand
was poor, Ibm than HJM rmphels sold. WorJd'a »h!p
tnenu were L4CJM -hf l«. There »as a Urite In
crease on passare. almost S.Mv.ata bushels, inakina:
an Increase of ll.art.OOO bushel* in three weeks. West
ern and Northwestern receipts were lesm than last
year's, ca.noo bushel* at primary pomt *. against
tW.«ta bushels. Clearances were 505.000 bnsheH. The
visible decreased • IN bushels. The mood was In
fluenced by the announcement that Danublan navi-
Ration hi '1 reopened There was some Cudahy Fell
lnp. Pattrn and other* who were selling corn alfo
sold wheat. The principal demand was from rest
ins order*, a good deal of this sort of buying around
7.V The mood keeps bearish.
Tliere »a« about the same experience in oats as
in corn, liquidation by ]or|:< Patten wa* a seller,
and it looked very much as if there was Cudahy
. • :;::•£• Trices were strong early with corn and
weak Inter. May BBM at ¦%¦ and at r? A c. and
closed at Ui'i-o. which was *ie under Saturday.
Receipts wf-re S*S cars, with .">?:» for Tuesday. Clear
ances were ¦¦¦<•"> bushfls.
Flaxserd was easy, price* nominally TfilVjc lower.
May closed at $1 hi bid. There were 41 cars of seed
at the three point*, apnin^t SS ia«t year. New-
York wirt'-d that Argentine see.l «•• offered there
at very low rriee*.
Provisions were c-«lrr on lar*e ho« receipts and
in sympathy with the grain decline. Pork lost
IT 1!*-,1 !*-, lard and rihs 7'jtfl^- There were Bt».«)>1i)
hogs her*, with price* S'«j7 l ;C lower. Cuiahy was
the best seller. Ttie temper here is rather bear
ish.
Unction Galea — .financial.
1.01 IS MEftIER. Auctioneer.
Ri:i.lL(K AICTIOV «.*i,n or
STOCKS AND BONDS
BY ADRIAN M. MLLLIIR & SON.
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 20. 1901.
At ''- :>: > • o'clock, at U»e Nem- Tork Real r>'n'» ?a!esr"'>m.
No. ill nria£»ay.
< My ordVr of Tru*tee» i
S *hs. Cbemlf-al Natlcna! Back.
»Tor ¦¦vn:int nt anasaa tt may concern*
I »h». lnu>.^rter^i a Traders' Katl Bank.
IS eh*. lrvlTijr Nation* l Hank.
2S eha. American IDBcnanere Natl. Bar.k.
20 shs. Bank of New York. N. B. A.
23 »h». American Surety Ox
1C» «h5. rrofluce Exchar.pe Trust Cc
f> »hs. Imrn>rters a Trsders" National Bank.
20 ha. Knickerbocker Trust Co.
2 ahx. <iuaranty Trutt i>.
6*» »he. North American Trust fo.
83 shfc. Hide *. lieather N.-.l Bank,
lv ehs. imiHirters I Trader^ 1 Natl, Bank.
10 *h». I :*¦.!¦ k ef New Amsterdam.
*•• shs. Stuyvesant Insurance 00.
17 she Nor American Tni*t C*o.
44 aha. Um»vi:if, Herd. * St. Louis R. R. Pfl.
12.000 Elir.tra \V«ter. Ufht * R. V On. let Mtre. ft • <¦
Bfis.. 1»{»
OOP l>ur!ar.d Cs\ 23 Mire, .'. f c. B«s . 1025.
II •««• I^eMch a Wtlkes-Barre Oal Co.. 4** p. c. M.
li»l(V Knd^ieeii
2S r^f. Lawyer* 1 Mtre. Ir.s. Co.
•5 »lis. ]-*tv< vi r»" Surety Co.
in* ehs. N'trth American Trust re.
12 »h» N. V. Investment 4 Imyt. C*
fiin I.'urlan4 «'o. 2d Mtpe. S p. c. B4* . 1!O.
{mi th». N'^rth American Tru*t Co.
ill ptaa, <"*.at. -xm National iiar.k.
li«t *!s. <irav Nstl'inal Telautierapa Co.
9 she. KarmeT* l>-an & TraM Co.
S3.m*» i' 4^ A- ?J<th Streets <"Yr#«town R. R. C*. Is* M'g».
.'. r c. , i>r Bd* . r.«l<fl.
r«* aha. Atlantic sal n. U. Os e<f N. J.
lv »h». !)>«::•:¦•! Bank.
r.'. <»«¦> CT.f*. ft Ohl" Orain ri.v Ct>. m M?r»- US*.
•a ehs. Chatham Katl Hank.
8s she. Kal i Ity Baak
51. i»>i> Metrn>rllian ft. l<^. <»enl. Mtg* 6 p. c O!!. Trust
Ha. 1907.
20ehs. SarkMt * Wilhelmus Lirtx^rarMn*; * Printing
20 aha. Tru« 0B cf New Tork.
1" »>» Nat: City Bank.
25 ehs. liocd A- -Mrge . .v Co.
(Tn:o: vTf rr.p.inira.
STATEMENT.
slarfl|Atinrnraii
December 31, 1900.
ASSETS.
Cub on bifid and in banV »,.... 53.66Z.671 44
Foicign Euaaagc 253,76) 41
Loans .... 6.944,5!* «2
V.w'.ti Sum and City Beats ... 3,301334 «•
Other Stocks, Bonds a¦ 1 .Securi
i i ¦ ¦• »' '¦ ¦'•' sl ' ¦
ties 2,121.902 4*
„: Estate 2ZMI 07
Furniture end Equipment of ruin
office and kcaackea **J*i 69
Ta«al .;i6 477.59S 07
LIABILITIES.
Capital Sta:V 52.000.0 M m
Saralas aaa Undivided Profits . . 2,&VJ>", 91
Deport* 11,785,020 la
Total 516.477J95 07
OJLELOGH THO*SE. rVandaet.
EEMAS DOWD, jv , Prw .5 I J.«t^
VH H THErEBEOUGI. ' V "* Pr "* #tl *
BUS LEY L- CO3SLIN, Seer» try
CITY TRUST CO
of NEW york
.36. WALL STREET.
CKPITXL $1,000,000
ii.Lt i"lv invested la Ct'r of New York Baa a** i
SURPLUS $1,000,000
OFFICERS
,In». n«iH rsrrss l"r<-«I<J»-nl.
John I). C'rlminins, % i<-i-.|'rl-al4»B>t.
'.•¦(in:- 11. Mieldun, "<t Vir«-.Pre-aiilriit.
Arthur Terr}-. Secreiar».
Vttlur M • Lee, *e»l. "¦rciciarj.
DIRECTORS.
Join I» Critnnilßs. Henry O. H»»«.xeyer.
Frank 11. Plstt. Il<*ta*r B. t'ttvu,
Gonrgi It. Sbrldnn. All.ti G .I»anio#«.
dwtrd l.jn . Willinni il. i. •¦i»ti«
Peter I>.»-Irer '.. rg* W. rerklna.
Willlsni Ilvllß. Jr.. r<fv Kelir.
lame* It. Lstdi!. Rdwts Wartleld.
M illitro R. tjr»'». r.Uerif.o 11. CsspoßSß.
Ili.ga Kelly. «i.«rle» v Faroes.
Otarles W. Mane. Frank R. Lawrence,
Jas. Ross Outran
REAL ESTATETRUST C2L
OF NEW YORK,
NO. 20 NASSAU STREET.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS aM UNDIVIDED rP.OFITS.
$1,000,009.
nnsin* *ti:i» ll<. 11. Itl.l-OM
A11..»\» li.l. r. »t «n -|....n.
irlluGlrrlUr. 'J'ru»lce, Itriclatrsir, A ••
iu:.\j;i C sUuki*.> President.
11. H. < ammann. V. I'rra. 11. w. ReUhley. 6et
/manual HUttincjs
THE BANK OF NEW TOnK.
NATIONAL. UANKJNO ASSOCIATION.
New York, January rSth. 1991.
VOTirE IS IIKUEBY GIVEN*, that a special
•*^ twtlnr of tlie ftucl.hi JJ.r? of the Bank of New
York National lianaing Association, railed by the B^ard
cf Direct r» Mill »? held at the Haaklng House of tall
Arrorlati'ii). No. Ml Wei! Mi*rl. Hur<-u«h of Manhattan.
Nfw York Oty. on the 27th day cf February, inai. at II
o'clock A. M.. for the purjv** of taklcg action In relation
to the amendment of Article Tblra of It* Articles of Ae
tortaticn. so that the same may real as follow*: "The
Roar* of Pln*tor» ehall cnnnl** of Bat less than thirteen.
ar tnoi- than fifteen stockholders'; and la the event of
the adoption of su amendment to tt* said Article, to
vote for as additional director .r dtrecten. to senre until
the next »nnu»l ¦¦gasM
HERBERT L. ORIGG3. President.
rius OLNEY. Cataler.
The un<Je«le»«-d stockholders cf The Bank of New
Tork National liaaaiag Association, hereby unite with
the Board o( Director* of eaig AavorUtioa. la caUlac •
• I real mastlag af »>»• Stockholders to be tell en the
ITth aa> of rebruar*. IWI. it 11 o doc* A. M.. tor the
¦mrriMji _|nHil la the above notice.
n- v UTWM. i
JOSKPII MKAI . ' .tockhoMar*.
CEO KG 2 W. SMITH.)
XEW-YORK DATLV TfllßrXK. TI^ESPAY. FEBKT'A RY 10. 1901.
THIi BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD COMPANY.
NO. 2 WALL STREET.
NEW TORK. February «. H*>!
TO THE HOLDERS of VOTING TRUST CERTIFI
CATES FOR THE PALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL
ROAI> COM PANT ¦ I'RKFCHKF.U AND COiiaO.V
SHARES:
At a m-etins; gf the Board Bf Directors, held this day.
it was voted to Issue FIFTHEX MIIAIOaI DOLLARS
(•IS.<MM>.OOOt OP KOI II HKR t KM. TEN
VKAR GOLD COWEIITIDLK TtKBEXTTstES
ef tl.OOrt earh. convertible at the option of the holder
into common rtock gf the Itallroal Cotrrary. at par. en
March 1. J902. or on any subsequent semi-annual Interest
day. upon thirty days' notice la writing to the Company.
but with th» nr^t on the part of the Railroad Company,
to deliver In lieu af common stock, voting trust cer
tificates therefor, during the pendency of the Voting
Trust Agreement. All or any of such debentures may
be redeemed by the Company, at par and accrued interest
upon any Interest nay. beginning with March 1. 15KKJ.
upon notice published In two newspaper* In the city of
New York and In one newspaper In the city of London.
England, twice a we- fcr eieht consecutive weeks. In
case part of the debentures are redeemed, they ehall be
redeemed In the Inters* order of their numbers. Any
debentures called In for BsaaaapMaa may nevertheless, at
the option cf the holder, be converted upon the redemp
tion day Into common stork tor. at the election gf th»
Corr.rany. %'ting trust certificates therefor), provided
thirty 'ays' notice In writing shall have been given to the
Company. The debentures will mature March 1, 1911.
«rl b*-ar Interest from MaMtj I. 1001. at the rate of
fear per cent, per annum. |. arable seml-annually on the
fir^t days of March and P«ptember in ea. year. Both
principal and Intcrejt v.ill be payabl* tn gaM and free
rf tax. The dehentures will <arry easjaaaji for Interest,
and the usual provision will be made for their res;l»tra
tlin as to principal.
The proceeds of th» sale of BMga debentures are In
tended to be ..--I for construction purposes and for
. • TM*»ms t i t* * properly
The ilelifntnre>* mill be nolil nt pur and
uri-rnril Interest, psyalile aa follow
March I «100 °°
April 1 15O»»
May 1 151 OO
June> 1 151 5O
Jal> 1 153 M
Aagoit 1 '•'¦- "•"
eraleaiber 1 |SIS 3. l*aa «S«. the
illinium of the flrat ronpnn vtblrh
will lie cut off before «lrll»er>- «if the
debentnrr»i 1.1.1 OO
Total «B>«o so
Receipts »l!l te lssue-1 at the time <f the first payment
»-• • .-we receipts rr.tist t» 'e-ent».l a: the tim» of
Moment af each succee<l!ne; instalment, in order that
such payment* may lx» enlcr»M thereon. Debenture*
•rIU t* delivered ITIIOI T the first a<*a, on pay
ment of the final Instalment on September 1. 1001, and
mini 'i of the receipts
11 . lan if VoUaaj T ¦ .-• crtlfVates r.f recrrt at th»
rlo«lnit cf the trsn.«fer bd.ks Februry 21. HJga, msy
subscribe for tsld a-l>-r.ture* Bt lbs rste of one debenture
for e\er»- seventy shares of stock rei>r«-»entej by their
VIbMBJ Trust <ertln>ate».
No Bgbjgttftssa f?r a frart'.on of a agbaaca** wiTl be
received, tut as rljrhls to ȟbscrlbe may be ssslnned In
accordance with a Mas* f rm which will be furnished
by the •'¦ n.iary aaoa an>'.:catlon. ajiy holler cf rotlnc
tru«t certificates f -r a r.umher cf shares which cannot
1-e ilvll<-l by arresry wttheot lfsviriK a rem»inl»r may.
before reaklnK a »'ib*-r.; b'iy or •*'' enough rigeMi
to mike his hoMlnirs f> divisible. The Comiany wt:i n^t
Itself buy or sell rtrhtf.
THE itu;iiT TO ¦rnscninn wu.i. i:\piih:
at Timi'i: OTiniK P. M. fKnni'.tiiv --
ia«ii. a swim HAS DECK FORMED TO
TAKE \t pad AW roitTio> or «MI» i«»sri:
or ni:m.MiHi:< witlCH MMI not n\\E
nni:\ Mnscmnr.n within jiii: p»:rio»
ABOVE «i > i:riFii:n.
Failure to aaf »" tn?»*!mer» of the aabserlßtt ¦ when
a.- 1 as payable, will forfeit u'.\ r'.f.f In re»pect of the
debectares sut»crlb»d fat and of any insMlmeets previous
ly r»«2-
Bubs«r!ptlc.T>s stjgeji Ke resile cot ¦ a* niburTirt^
f->rm. --f*i»a cf »'!'-- may be ob'al-.eJ at the oftVe cf
the Ccs-.pany. Na 2 Wall f!re*t. New Tork Ci'y. •»< '"
I>onlon. at the eHc« of Sfeytr Prr«.
*nhneriptlonß must, In all raiM, be In the
hnndi of J. V. MrVenl. Tren«ejr«-r. at the ofllre
•f the <:onpany, >o. 2 Wall ««lreet. >•« York
(It*, before TIIHI.i; I.O« X I*. St. rSD-
Nl ARY X*. llMtl, and pa>ment of the tlr«t
laatalraent of the a«barrlsitl«aj. In nil rase*
be made at that o««-e. Payment it .. .-'-.-:»nt
lr.italn-.ent* nay be Basfta either at »he C ssaai New
Vert office, or. in Uaadasv. at the effre rf f[eyer Proa.
7 LcthbtJtT. n. f. CBpaag B< BBJ r>eh»n"ir^« »-i cf the
Trust Indenture «r->r wh'.ch tVey »1U be I»»je4 w!!I be
furrU!i*4 up"n application.
Py or-3er cf the B~sr4 ef rr > lr»c<orF.
WILLIAM SALOMON.
Chairman.
NEW TOr.K. Frbruary S. 1301.
Itrferrlns: •• •»•* forrjrolnc notlre> «if The
nulttmnrp and Ohio Itallrontl «orupnn.v.
notice la hereby Riven thai, for the pqrpuae
of tarh •til.».Ti|'«i« > '«. the transfer hooka of
the Voting; Trustees Trill he closed at the
i<lo»e of business on Thanday, Febrnarr -1.
INli
WILLIAM SALOMON.
OTTO 11. ICAIIV,
M*HTI\ KHIPMNT,
l.nris FIT/4. %i.n.
tII«HLI> sti:i:i.i:.
Voting Trustee*.
Massillon and Cleveland Coal Company
Pitrttant to th« terms of the Blnklrn Fund Provision of
the Fust Mortgage cf the Uswlllon ani ttrrclaad Cc«l
<~«mr*r\. rtatM ?«-ftem».«-r Ist. liii. Jll.SlO.fe'. has t«^n
<lnK»r.«-d srttk this «v>nij-any as 'lrue-»-e PronoaaJa for
th» r>ur<T!»*» «f t^.r.^.r to th^ rnnmai r.f t^e U'podt «tate)
•r« InnteJ. an-i »i!l he r~~e(ve« kv the <>n.l»r.-.t^ned up to
12 y> l^W nr«n Tlrviary itirh. Kinj. at ,i, office. No. :.»
¦
Bnilf d plates A* ilrustCo.
Trustee.
Midvale-(i<tshcn Coal Company.
Pt:r»U!.r.t t« •!:• terrrs r.f t».» Slnklrp J'uni rrv.lfon »f
«h» F!r»» Mfrt,-:is» of »h- Mi<lv»l» •^.«n»n Coal CArrpanv.
*»*M Beptetnrer lsr. i»;»l. J.?f.:n-.7 h.i- <i«po»lte4
<»i«h t! is Cotnrnny as Trn«n-*. Tr ;¦.-¦»<!» l:r il.e rttfets«se
<t r-on<1» to »h» »niiii| <-f th» .l't i->»it fated »r» invl*»-i
sio i«tU b* r^»iv^-! r.- «he ijn^rj'rnM up »o 1? flrl^ck
!>"•" F»truir» SWh, ISO!, at I's efflre. No. •!> CeJsr H
Unitfd Elates k <T rust (To.
Trwtee.
yEW CENTURY, Telephone nil I.mil johrv
LC»CAL PKCfKITIES. ACTIVE ST<V'KS
,T»mi»ry Han-jrK">l»*. H*llr'>ai imi ln.1u»lr!al I'ri.e* »^,l
It»P"r:i. nc« ou*, 23c.
.t P iriXTRINGIIAM, •»> Pne Kt.. New T»rk.
CMM« .'d'tr^f*. "ArlantlCirrlp."
Diuibrnb Source.
OFFICE OF
THE BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CO.
New Tart r»b-iani- •. IJ*>l ¦
T»>e Board <-f Directors this day declared from th* n^t
earntr.es of the Oornpanjr for the fix months enTeJ I)*—
rsailisr 31. I>«' a Cl\i'lt-nl cf TWO Ci p- r r *-nt. on the
Preferred Stock af the Company to be r-ald .uit-n 1.
l-«'l lo the ttorfchrl'lers of record at 'he closing of th»
tramfer books on February 21. U")l. For the purpose vt
t j<h dlvMenl. ar.d ajM for the pavnu-r.t of the dlvl.tend
Of TWO per cent, on the. Common <'ajiltat Str.ck. declared
A>amist 2. IV»>. |*yafcte March I. 1J«>1. th« trarsfer books
af la* Company arlJl b« cl«>«ej at ihrre n' cluck I". M. on
February H. |ft<>l. and will '• reopened at ten o'clock
A. M. on March 1. IMS.
THE BAI.TIM< H'V. * OHIO RAILROAD CO.
lsy C, %V. M iMtI.K«IHI>, Secretary.
New Y..rk, February «. IJKiI.
Th« transfer books cf the Vottnt; Truyttet. „f ih« Pre
?rir-d St.x k and i"V>mm<>n St« k Tru«t OrttnVatfa "f
The Italtlmore an.l Ohio Railroad Company will do—- tn
New York at tbr«> uVlock P. M. on February 21. I'JOl.
and will i<«<:--p at ten ..'< 1 i k A. m kg Marca I. laOJ.
«^»i March 1. IMS, the Votlnc Truilees will to prepared
la distribute at their . r -. No 2 Wall Street. New York
"My. ll.e abov* l.'.en i« of T\V'> per ten! u|«n the
Preferred 5t k an.l TWO j,*t '•;:! upon the Common
Stork, when received li them, aootisj the parties endtlet
theretu as the same appear of recorj on their books
«t»I clo*ej aa abnve.
illiiiiu Sulwmou, oiiw H. Kkliii,
I jßtslsj l'ltCK*rald. i l.iirlt--. Merle,
Martin I. r<! iii ii ii n. \oilu I ru«l.'|...
OFFICE Or TIIR AMERICAN ¦•.AL, COMPANY
No. 1 Hr< i..lv>»>
r|Mli: BOARD OF N>w v i k Kfbruarv 11 IHOI
'j'lll. WQAMD OF DIUKTTOrI of tka Aim-ri
run C«>al Company <f AIN ran v County. Mar) land,
haw this day JwUrnl a »ml annual .Jivil. ai vt four
l»-r cent and an «»tra .•!¦. :-i. t..| vt .jo* |»-r cent Ufon the
taplul H'«-k of th- >• .mi'.itiy. (layable at this cltire on Fri
day. AUnh Ist. V.-1.
CEO. 11. II »-.VLHV. Secretary.
SEW VdHK IIIXMIT COMIM.W.
QOUPOXB maturiui: March let, I'.nh. from
bond* of the New Tork Rli-.-ul' f..mi«nv will le
r*!l 'n and after that dat» at The rint National Dank
New Tork.
Citn fioieis
BROOKLYN IIKIGHT-.
directly opposite Wall M. New Torh.
Tw»lr« minutes from New Tors: City Hall.
Select family an* transient hr*-! Largr. light Ito^ms.
»''!«'•- aril »n »ulte. Mitli |.rt»:it- hath.
REASONABLE ltAlUc. J. C. van cuut' PP.OP.
ItaMMtl
Cankers ani Droktra.
K.W.PoGr Bankers
¦ if irllUl I and
oOn i Dealers
18 Wall St., Investment
New York. Securities.
Members Ne* Ycrk Stock Ex:fcange.
KoUktze Brothers,
BANKERS.
Broadway& Cedar St., NEW YORK.
BUY AND SELL
Investment Securities,
Receive accounts of Corporations, Firas
and Individuals on favorable terms.
Make loans against approved collateral.
LETTERS OF CREDIT.
I > f | / Transact a general
I^PntTiAtl/'l i banking business.
I\VriilliUilU« i Keceive deposits
" \ subject to draft. Dlvl
» r , y~m l lea4s and inicrcst col
14. Or«*e \-» I /A ; >cted 884 remitted.
**-^'* *¦ VU» for and negotliia an.l
J issue loan* of rail
lt\M\l.ltt roads, rtre*t railways.
41 WALL ST N. T. ' ?»» , companies etc
„ ' tecurlties bought and
members x on e«mml««lon.
N. T. Stock Exchange. DEAL IN
Hleh-(>rade Investment Securities.
I.lna of current offerings sent on application.
PHIL.%DELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS.
GKAIIAM. KKKR & CO.
WAMED- Lawyers' Title Ins.
Co., Central Realty BoaJ anJ Trust
Co., Lawyers' Nortc-sic Ins. Co.,
Norton Trust Co,
CLIIMTOIvI GILBERT
L* WALL ST.
DOUGLAS & JONES,
Members .New York Stock Exchange.
E2TTAELISHED MM
24 Broad St., New York City.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOVGIIT AND SOLD ON COM
MIMION AT THB NEW TORK STOCK BXA.HANGE
AND <AP.FJIED OX MARGIN
Daily flarkct Letter on Application.
cnnnESPONDHNcn invited.
BOODY,M.L£LLAN&CO.,
BANKERS.
*>. "7 Broadway. New YorV City.
MEMBERS NEW TORK STOCK EX CHAN OS.
STOCKS, BONDS AND INVESTMENTS.
Orders Ilxecutcd
For Investment or on Margin
FOn J3^VX^33.
American Brass Stock,
American Felt Stock.
American Book Stock*
Singer Manufacturing Stock*
U. S. Envelope Stock.
Frederic H. Hatch,
>o. no Tlrond Street.
-U Year a' Cmperlrajre.
frcd'k ?• niarquand
(Member N. T. riiasaljaaisil Stwk t:«hat;ge).
MA .17 UltoAO NTHKF/r.
STOCKS, liONDS, CiKAIV.
fot Investment or on maricln,
nook of rullndi atatlsti«-a on nvpllcatlon.
Telephone :tu:tl llroiul.
i>iiu:«T who: to bxchaxgg floor.
*mru«tii« a. riorhnm, Trl. I.'.:>U Cortlandt.
John 11. Van srhatok. Cable Tnrp.ilr urn.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
51. T. Mod. Cxchnnire,
Mi:.MMi:its OF I'roilin-f Kidihnice, and
Cklrago Heart of Trade.
7 WALL STKEET.
Iliilllniiirp. '-""I £aat Geroaatt M
Branch OCce. 14 W. Sad. Telephone 370 Ma«. Sa>
OE HAVEN & TOWNSEND
40 Wall Street <2S Ctcstnut Street.
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
MnnlnTfc of th* >ew-Ye>rk ami I'lillndclphta
Stork Kirlißiieri, Our ..al. t-» L>elu|f «•••
nei-led by |»ri««l«- telei;rn;iii, order. lv rllbrr
markrl nlll Urn ..r..n>;.i i > ritcsled.
T F. afJsAA T. H. •
I. F. Mead & Co..
4 1 .1 4ii HRUADW.IT. H. T.
Taeaty-Svs y»V membersblp In S. T. Stock tic a.
STOCKS & BONOS
Beagbt and avid lor caab. or oo marrm.
(ftrnrsions.
Efl n r7T\ /W» r?^ L. "* Votifr'm Hlßh-Claa«
I UjlNl U) L Toon. i:«tnl»Il»h«-d IS7I>.
I I mil ipp H«* llth. Excursion to On-
LL> Vy/ Ull Vy/ L! Lin trul Unrone I via Gibraltar and
NaplMt.— June 4ltl». Excursion
to liimi. .\ortU Caiie-. Knsala. etc.- June
1.-.tl. <•-:' n to Central llarouf (-«•<•» l.nnl and
Suuthrru li.:> optional).— luly»itk. "July Excur
»ion to ('••iitral liurope-. Ba
pertar man4«ement ••• 8-5 \V7W7 *-*\nr\n
iHp. Inclusive cost. "«>M World MW7 i?D S M
TouriM lialdi*." Ilia*. Free. V( W „* V/
A OK POTTKK. 45 Hruad
»»¦>-. \rn York. J\J-7 U V^/ U
(Ptfiin StramrT".
DED D LINE.
For La Ou»yi». Puerto «~abel'o. Curacao and Mara
catbo. via — Calling also at Porto Rico.
From Roberts Pter. Brooklyn.
s R CARACAS Saturday. February 23. noon
.- S. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. March $>. noon
The** vessels have superior accommodations for pas
sengers.
BOI'LTON. BLISS * DALLETT.
General Managers. IIS Front St.
pRENCII LINE.
COMPAGNin GENERAI.R TRANSATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE— PARIS iFnnr-i.
falling every Thursday at 10 A M.
Fmm Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.
L"Aqa!taine PM -liLa Champagne Mar. U
1 „,,._• ....Feb. 2k L'Aqultaiae Mar. 21
La Bretagn*. ... Mar. T La Gasccrn* Mar. 2»
General Aitency. 32 Broadway. New York.
A WHITE STAR LINK
* nw yiihk QUKEXtrrown utssV(mml
Sn ti". n (iermaalc Mar. 13. noon
1.1 1 r M Majestic Mar. a*, noon
Tautunlc M>« r '"• ' " ' vmrlc Mar -J«. In A. M.
for aaaaaga fr»l*hi md ¦••nrral Information apply ta
VTHITK STVK LINK,
fi.r *«. N' rtli Ui.»r ' >fflce. • Hi.Mjway, N. T.
AfALLOUY STEAMSHIP LINES.
~; From New- York Wednesdays. FrlJay* and Saturdays.
FOR TEXAS. <SKCRC.IA AM) FLORIDA.
STRAKtIIT an.l ROUND TRIP Ticket* U«ued to all
points in 1 ••».!- Colorado. A-uona. California. Mexico.
*, UeorsU. Florida. Aft Delightful Excursions.
Wrlie for our •">»¦ page "Pocket Gu l«" (niatletl free».
C. H. MALLOUY A CV>.. On. Agts . Pier 20. E. R.. N. T.
a _ CUNARD LINE.
* TO UVERPOOL VIA QI'EENSTOWN.
Servla . Feb. 23. » A. M ' I'ml.rU Mar. 1«. Noon
Ktrurl.l .Mar. 2. 2 P. M. ! fampanla. . .Mar St. <i A. M.
I-ueanla Mar. ». » A. M- 1 Ktrurla Mar. **. Noon
VEKNON H. P.ROWN * CO.. lira Acaata.
1 "iIIKOADWAY, NEW YOUK.
TXOLLANII-AMEUICA LINE.
New York-Rotterdam, via B*>uloirne-nur-M»r.
MAASiiAM. iv:- S3 I" A M.. to Biillsiaaiaj direct.
Twin-Screw .' S.. S '¦¦•'< ' r». IMITTPFf n V \!
¦al . liar. 2. 10 A. il. KIM lUtUAJI.
AMSTERDAM. M<h. l«. I*> A. II . to lt.>tt<>Main direct.
Apply to Uen'l hMpi AaTMsW, 'M B'w*y. N. T.
/^LAUK'S ?*_'.">«» Kxcurslon to Europe, by spe
rUlly chartered iteaiaer City of Ron *.41S tons.
June S3. with attractive (TO aide- trip to l^ir«. Germany.
Switzerland: $l(x> Italy extenslun. Unequalled * Ivsnt»a;«a
May and June exctirpton* via Gibraltar. Nx^len.
KKANIC C. CI^RK. 11l Broadtav. Xaw Tort
QOOK'S WINTER TUIPS.
Personally OonJueted Parti** la ALL leading Winter
Re<nrte at frequent interval*. lYr«runnu-» free.
TIIOS. OX>K. * sUN, Z*l ami 11:5 liroaiway, N. T.
tDintcr fiescrtg.
FLORIDA. I FLORIDA.
FLORIDA EAST COAST HOTEL CO.
The Hotels of the Florida East Coast Hotel Company ar enow all open and accom
modations may be secured by communicating with managers of respective hotel.*.
Other Hotel* at stations on "the line of the Florida East Coast Railway now open.
ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENTS
ST. AUGUSTINE:—
HOTEL AI.CAZ.IR. Joseph P. Cre.res. Mannare, ) fc -- «« *»«
HOTEL FO\CE I>K I.Kin, Itohert Mnrrar. Manager V.March 25.25 md ZT,
CORDOVA. Room. Only ...)
ORHOND :_ \ March 31 . aa and 23
DAI HOTFI. fIRMDID, Anderson A I'rloe. Maunders (
PALn BEACH: — „ )
Till: BIIEAKF.nS .formerly P.lm Beach Innv Fred S terry. M « r. C March I*. IS »4 \9
HOTEL HOVAL POIXCIANA. FrtU Starry Jlanaser T
r\lAni:- Lnarch 7. » ..a »
HOTEL ROYAL PALM. II \V. Merrill. Manax«r *
NASSAU, V P. (Bahama Islands,:— )
HOTEL I linMll. M. E. Ilemls. Maimser { Feb.3S,Meßl and J!
HOTEL VICTORIA. 11. E. Bemls. Munaajer )
Tiie Florida Fast Coast Golf Club Championship Tournament
will take place at St. Augustine flarch 23, 29 and 30.
TTDfll ©TT. oD^^E©,
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
Extensive Improvements made during past summer.
Many baths added. Occupies highest ground In city.
facing St. James Par*. Artesian water, electric lights.
steam heat. COLP LINKS.
Pamphlet on application.
J. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.
XEiv-jEnsnv.
ATLANTIC CITY BY-THE-SEA. the c? u a e^ r ?Ia SORT
Ghe HOTEL DENNIS
B»%uttfu:iy situate! directly on the ocean- front, ban more rooms overlooking the Ma than any <Hb«r hot'l.
A PERSON \L REPRESENTATIVE from Hot"! Dennl* will be at the Holland House en Monday.
Tuesday ana Wednesday. February 11. 10 and 20. from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.-3 p. m. to 4 p. m. each day.
with run of rooms and general inform WALTER J. BCZBY. Propr.
MMtTH CAHOLIXA.
. ? GO. ©a
(B^TTrtEKV PJ&OBK DOdDTnEHa.
Open alt the y?ar. 12S feet above Ashevl!l«, In beautiful
private park or 'J& acres. Ma«nlflcent mountain views
from wide verandas. M st complete resort hotel In the
•oath Every modern convenience. w> new and elegant
private baths. Palm Room. 60s?0 feet. Open fireplaces.
i;r.»urpasse<l Golf Links In charge of expert. For further
particulars an.l terms address E. P. McKl.-aICK. Prop'r.
NORTH CAROLINA HOT BPP.INOS.
LmSOTTASIia PAHK EITEL
Open throughout the year. Healthiest place in America.
Carjaclty S"<>. Every appointment. Elevator, steam beat.
extensive sun parlors. Mineral barns for use of guest* In
con modlous bathhouse or attached to suite*. Illustrated
Booklet. JOHN C. RL'MBOCGH. Prop r.
SOUTHERN PI.VE3. N. C
A mild. dry. equable climate at Southern Pines. Nl.N 1 . C.
In the heart of the lotg learV'l pine section. Ptney Woods
tea. an elefint. homelike Hotel, all conveniences. Mod
erate rates.
PMAat ST. JOHN. Southern Pines. N. C.
(Tcfan £nc.iTncr3.
R3CDOQYDO GIEG3EO/M DL(L©TOa
FAST XXI KESS SERVICE.
CIIERBOURO— SOI THAMKTON— HREMEN.
•Lahn . Feb. 2>l, Kalaer Was. »lr May S3
Kalner Wm. Gr Mch. SlKiiUerln M. Th June 11
•lj»hn Men. 2>: «L.ihn June IS
Kaiser Wm. Or Apr. 3 Kalvr '\ m. Or Jin* a
Ka!»erln M. Th Apr. 20 Katserln M Tb J !ly ,!t
•i*>in April 2:1 «ljihn Jury '•»
Kalier Win. Or Apr. 30 K»i»er Wm. Or July »>
Kalaertn M. Th May 1» Kalsena M. Th An* 13
•Lahii May 21|«L*hn Aug. 2o
?nllln«- at in A. M.. Pier *-. North P.lver.
•To S<vithamptnn-Brerren only.
tTT\ - TN .-i: ¦ PASSENGER SERVICE.
Oiertours: — Sou'hampt"n Alternately, anrt TH^«.
•Rheln .. feb » IP M.|(ir.KartUr«t...Miy 6. A. IT.
•lUrbar^»--> Ml 21. 9 P.M. 11. If. Meier. -May 1«. »P M.
•Kom L<iulse.Xiar. 2.5. Noon! NcdUf May 23. l^AjJ
•Or.Kurfiirst..Apr. 4. i P.M., irha »•* . .May 30. !P.a
•Rfcein Apr. 11. 0 A.M. I Koen.Lutsa>. . .June « * A.M.
•Neckar Apr. I*. a P.M Pried ler Gr.June 13. 1 P.M.
Barharo»!ii..Arr. a. 10 A.M. KurTtlrst Jane V\ •-*•*••
Koen.Luise. ..May 2.3 PM. Nsrkai ....Juaa 2.. 1 P.M.
•To ¦mpton-Bremen only.
tMSDITERnANEAN -KRVICR.
Werrn K«b. 23. Noon lloh-nsollern tform«rly
Trave Mir 2. 5 P.M. K. Wm. ll).. Apr. is it a.m.
Hohemollern (formerly ' Aller Apr. -• Noon
K. Wm. ll>. Mar. ». 11 A.M.: Werm May 4. 1" A.M.
K. M. Th.llar. M. 11 A.M. Tra <• Mny 11. 11 A.M.
Aller Ma- 23. 11 A. M. i Hnhenzo:iera (formerly
Werra Mar. 30 I P.M.I Wm. 11. ..May X***'-'*
Trare April «. 10 A. M.; Aller June 1. * P. M
OFLKI'"H-» * CO. So. 3 BROADWAY.
I/ulj 11. Jarre*. eB South Tatvg at., Ph!l».
tFroro Congr-ss St.. Brooklyn. Take South Ferry.
TWIN-SCREW RXPRFS* PRRVICFT
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOUnO— HAM BfKO
Columbia V<-h. 2. I<> AM - v>lumbla Miv 2. 10 AM
A. Victoria.. Anl. 11. 10 AMI F. Bismarck. . .May 0. 10 AM
Deufschland . . Atil. IS. 3 P.VIi r >eu*sch!an.l .Mi, 16.2 PM
and every Thursday hereafter.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SKRVT<T.
PLYMOUTH—^HERP.OL'RO— HAUBURG.
Pretoria .. .Feb. 23. *-3» AMI \V«Merae» . . .Miv 4. 3:30 AM
•Phoenicia .. . .Mar. 2. 3 I'M Pennsylvania .Mar MX 4 PM
Patricia Mar. t>. 7:30 AM Pretoria . May 23. 11 AM
WaMersee..Mar. Itl 1:80 P?t ; •r*ho>nlcla June 1. 4PM
Pennsylvania.. Mir. 30. 2 I'M Patricia ... June I 0:30 AM
Pretoria Art. IS. noon I Waldersee . . .June 13. 4 PM
•Phoenicia . ...Adl. 20. 6 AM] Pennsylvania. June 20. 3PM
P»'tieta..Apl. 27. 12:30 PM Pretoria July a, I AM
•Jails to H-»mt urn direct
«s ENGLAND. IRELAND & SCOTLAND, to th« LAND
of the MIDNIGHT SIN anl t» the BALTIC and th*
rrincloal cities cf NORWAY. SWEDEN. RUSSIA, and
r>F>'MARK. by the new ya?ht PRIXZESSIN VICTORIA
I.t/ISE and 3. S. AUGC3TE VICTORIA. A'! appolnt
meata strictly first clus. Attractive itinerants arranged.
Further nartlculars on application to the
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 97 B*WAT. V. T.
©Pl^O^DL KOGDiTOGBtE,
THE NEW CRUISING YACHT.
Frlnzessln Victoria Luis*
(430 feet long).
LEAVES NEW YORK MARCH !» FOR THE
MEDITERRANEAN' AND PLACK SEA.
Some choice accommodations for
PASSAGE TO GENOA ONLY
VIA MADEIRA AND GIBRALTAR.
Rates $100 and up«ards. Apply
Hamburg American Lin*. 37 6' way.
ri)a[?£\K!l°(B[KiaK3a
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIO MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. 8. CO.
TOYO RISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama, Kobe,
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Ilnrg Kona.
Steamers leave San Fram-lsco at 1 P. M.
RIO HE j.\N.-.iK" JT! PEKING Mar. 23
COPTIC Mar- 7 GAELIC Mar. »>
AMERICA MARL. .Mar. 13; HONGKONG MARL*. »
For freight passage and general Information apply at
Ml Broadway, or 1 Battery Place. Washington building,
and 'Ml Uroadway.
dDCLE Qj®KBORSDdDKS (LOME.
DAILY SERVIL'a
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. PortSßMOth. Pinner's
Point and Newport News. Va.. connecting for Petersburg.
Richmond. Virginia Beach, Washington. D. C aod entire
South and West.
FRBICHT AND PA3MB.Vf-.BK BTBASIERS BAIT, from
Pier 2tt. North River, foot of Beach St.. EVERT WBSK
DAY AT 3 P. il.
It B. WALKER. Trafffo Manager
St»mmsh.p» of the RED "D" LINE will sail tor San
Joan and Ponce aa follow*:
8. S. CARACAS Katurday. Feb. 23 noon
9. a. niILAPELrHIA . Satuiday. March 0. noon
For freight or paanago apply to
BOULTOX. BLISS * DALLeTT.
General Managers, 135 Front at.
AMERICAN i IV..
NEW TORK— SOUTHAMPTON— LOXSON.
St. Loots. Feb. 30. 10 a. a*. ! St. Louis. ..Mat. 13, M> a, m.
New York. Feb. 27. 10 a. in. New York.. Mar. M 10 a. m.
Vad«rUa4..Mar «. 10 a. m.l VaUarland. .Mar. 27. 10 a. m.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK— AXTWEnP— PARIi'.
Nocrd 1and ...... ft". J*>. noonl^'nuthwarlt Mar i neon
Frteiiland Feb. 37. noon! W'Mtirnliin.l . Mar. IX noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Tiers 11 and 15. N. K. OUlce. 73 Broad* ay.
tDintcr Ufsorlg.
m:»-)"KK.
HO EinOEMC Dl? SI3IPiPEI
IN SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y. _ _
Dry. tonic, quiet atmosphere Much sunshine. yne) {
ilsumap
DR. STRONG'S BANITAKII M. a unique resort for re—
etiperation an<f rest. The appointments of a Brat das* l
Hotel. All health appliances. Illustrated booklet gent free. •
XEW-JEBSEY.
HADDON HALL.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Every modern appointment and comfort.
Hot and cold sea water baths. Golf Warn
Writ* for Illustrated literature.
LEEDS A UPrWCOTT
X«w Tora Office— Fred. H. Scoflel<l. 1 MadisanAvenus.
ATLANTIC CITY.
radDYIL EfldDißTrdDra.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
On* «f th« best equipped Hotels. Steam h»*t «l»v% i
to all Boors: hot and cold baths. Rooms w-i privj-* ,
bath. Fine table. Hea view. Ocean end or Virginia Ay»«
MRS. N. R. HAINE3,
Owaay and Proprietor.
DO©¥H(L [LQDGS^V ?
ATLANTIC CITY, M. J.
Open Pavilion and heate-1 Sun Parlor directly o»«r board- .
walk. Porches on a level w.ta and joined to board'vaUg.
¦iea and ;:«.n private. diai Golf privilege*.
JOrilAll WHITE A SON.
THE ALBEMARLE. ATLANTIC CITT, N. J
VIRGINIA AYE.. NEAR BEACH.
After beln* extensively improved and eniarajed. this ate..
gant modern hotel, new throughout, la offering superior
accommodations. Including elevator to street, large sannr '
rooms, many with bath, steam heat. 2.000 »qu«re feet of
son-parlors, and every possible convenience, for special
rates 'luring' March. SO. $12 and $15 weekly. Css]sln<> a.
feature. Capacity 4CO.
Booklet on request. J. p. COPE.
HOTEL EDirON, Ocean end Michigan avaaue\ At
lantto City. N. J. Capacity 2fki. Kiavator. San Par
lor. Write for Special Spring Kates. J. C. COPELANP.
ff»HB REVERE.
i. OHPO6ITES CITY PARK. NTSA» BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
First Class. Modern Hotel. Spring Rates.
JA3. M. MOORH.
THE ST. CHARLES. *
ON* THE BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Upwards ef J.".O.'Jtx) has Just been expended In add!-*
(tail Improvement. which Include fifty new private,
bathrooms, finished In Italian marble, with hot and cotv
fresh and *aa water attachments, showers, etc.. eta.
The hotel contains more private baths than any resort I
hotel tn tha country I
Writ* for booklet. IAS. B. KKILLT. Prop f r.
HOTEL ADOLPHCS. ""*'
AtlJiarlo City. N. J. Kentucky ava.. near tha Bfach.
Every modern convenience. Hot and cold water bath*. !
Cafe. Buffet. Send frr booklets. Will open February)
C*>. 1001. CHARLES A. BAAKE. Proprietor. ¦
HOTEL BERKELEY.
oa the Beach, Kentucky Am..
ATL.VNTIC city. N. J.
Main corridor leads to Boardwalk and ocean-front <ni\
pa-lors. Capacity four hundred. All modern convenience! '
rally Orchestral Concerts. Special Spring Rates.
Write for Booklet.
TAMES AND CEORGQ BBW.
THE PEXXHUR3T. ""*(
M!chlsan-ave.. second house from Beach. AUantlo City.
N. J.^Open entire year. Elevator to street lavaL Cir
cular mailed.
JAMES HOOP.
HOTEL SCARBOROUGH
Beach Pr'nt. Maryland-*** atfaatsa City.
Now open. Ftna ocean vtew.
Steam beat. Elevator. Private baths. i
Writ* lor Bookie* and Sprina rates.
ALFRED .VTHiJI.
KKfTLWORTH INN. Atlantic Cty. *. X
V Kentucky aye. and Beacn.
Capacity 300. First-class hotel at moderate raf>».
Elevator to s'reet level, steam heat, sun parlor*, etc.'
Booklet. J- T. ROBERTS. (
H-VTBL TRAYMORE. ~~~ ~~~
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Remains open throughout tha entire year.
Dining room enclosed In glass. Over City ajlTasa.
bath* attached to suites. Salt and fresh water baths 'r»'
the house. Every modern luxury and appointment.
D. 3. WHITE. Jr..
Owner and Proprietor.
TUB ATLANTIC f"ITT. !». J "
ATLANTIC CITY. N\ J.
Entirely new hotel, newly furnished thi '.maliaam. TSlewa..
tor. private baths, sun parlor, steam beat, alaetrie ltanta
Location — Park Place, overlooking City Park, en Msaj
Beach. Will open March 2. Fourteenth season.
Illustrated Bocktet mailed.
Mrs. L ariLWAIN.
TEN VIEWS OP ATLANTIC CITY *
can be obtained If your address la seat to
EL DH VILLBL
This hctel Is first class In all particulars. Rat** ex
tremely low; centrally aid beautifully located. Good mmV
and service. M. W. TBUIT. '
"ITOTEL 3TERLINO.— — ~
Ocean End Kentucky aye.. Atlantic City, K. J. BTRJI
PROOF . 92.30 to |B. SO day; special weekly rates. Booklet.
THE CHATHAM.— Atlantic City. N. J.. Park Place,
1 opposite The Brighton. 100 yds. from beach: steam
heat; sun parlor. H. C. PHILLIPS,
LAKEWOOD. ~ -
Open from October 1 to Jna» t.
A famous r«.v<rt Hotel In a famous hotel resort.
DAVID B. PLUMEH. Mana*sr.
A J. Murphy Assistant M inager.
C/oi: at two club*.
IN THE PINES.
For those seeking rest and relaxation.
OPEN FROM OCTOBER TO JUNE.
A. J. O'GERAN.
Lakewood. N. J. Manager.
PQKHE\MT©P T(iDv^EDSg ?
LAKEWOOD. N. J. A Winter Sanitarium for thu M re
quiring rest or treatment. Hydrotherapeatlo and E><-trfc»
Baths. Maasaaa. etc ALUXANt'EK M. UE.V.OS. M. D. !
'pub LEXINGTON. LAKITWOOI). it. J.
J- Opposite Laurel Houte. Open all year, .- — v rooms,
open wood fires, private and public baths, steam n«*t»
electric light* Rates S- M day and up.
A. S. LARRABEE. Prop.
SOL'TII CtHUIII.t.
WINTER AT CAMDEN. 9. C, " ~ *.'
"TTDCE (SfflDißT 053 51."
Most desirable resort tn the Middle South. Amomm le*s>
leaf ptnea and »«n 1 hllla. Uolf. pulo. qual! shooting. »xc.
Artdresd CAIJCD TICKNOR * SON, i'rops. AUo of B?rw-..
shirs Inn. Great B»nln«u~ "—" —
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