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STREET RAILWAY COMTANIES.
NEW-YORK.
(Turr.lfhed by IMsl E. Nichols. 13 TTa!l-«.)
— ' " ' ! Int. period, , Bid. ' AEked.
"Z7T, rH 7 I'- R -*2 243
F UK C 1« *s,I«M» J. * J. Ml 104
* B .- T-h Aye RKCo 10 c. . Q.-J. 242H 245
»A rt ft.. lWi J. 4D. 102 »104
J. ft v. : 108 »U<M«
««»r"s It H volet (*, 101 U. I 3. *3. 114 ! «11«
WS.IW ' 3.&3. ' 103 I*los
- p < & E R R R Co stock
C ft P A Q-J- , at* 218
t> 1E n &OR B Co Ist
?fc,M« ; J. ft d. ' IHH 113
?p' scrip . r > Pc. 1814 J. &D. 103 »104
«.^ A *.h RCo 15 PC I Q-j. m 410
*A % M & St N .We R B
rn"w"6f. ISIO ' M. *8. 112H *114
Si»etoc«U J- J. M I ™
D.fA^Rß'co'sVc":::: 0.-0. m \ •'*
Q.-O. »>5
uVRKCoSrc Q-M. 212 215
'. *o con Bs. 1M» .... M. 4N. 100% 107 1 *
Ar. let con 5». IMS ' V. &A. ' 11» ' 130
tfl A^-e nRCo7 ;• c j Q.-J. j 215 ! 217
S r.y C:> >L I C let 0«. 1022. ¦¦ ¦ ) 1..-.--,. 117
•And lntrnst.
STREET RAILROAD BONDS.
fTurrifried by William E. Nichols. 15 Wall-«.)
~~~~~ 1 Int. 1 Int. I
I rate. | period. | Bid. Ask'd.
Tit'ar.tic Aye Ist. 1909 1 C~ iA & O '107 IW
"i!i Aye Co" 5s g. 1931.... 5 IA& O j 113 115
•Pk'vn He:fi!.ts Ist. 1941 .. 6 A& O | 108 —
S ; vS B*W E gen. 1833.. | 5 jA & O U)IJ4 *103
SSScwstoimlst IXM.A 5 J& J loi%t 107
Kr« Kewtn uk. lOS!>.| s jij imV 117
f^-Ifland & B l«: 190S - ' J&JI 102 lu3
2Srv Uland & B ctf. IMS! T, ]J& J I 101 1.15
flahaUT Ceni & G IM. 1907.1 fi J& D ! i"-* 1 * —
SiV* Lonmer Ist. 1910.... fi !mft X ¦ 1«» '"2
g!,.* £,V NT. Ist. 19CML.. 5 I F& A ! 102H 103
gSIT^ Bk Ist. 1830.... 5 J& J ¦ 104. ; 10JH
&Fl Ist. 1941 4«4j F ... A 101 , 105
e4 Be*^ Ut. VM I •« 1 M & i 1i 1 ' *,5 | —
•Ar.S kites
::RY COMPANIES.
(Fjrr.lshea by William E. Nichols. 15 ¦Wall-et.)
*" I Int. pertod | Bid. ! Asked.
M & S. '¦¦¦
*W F let mic Ss.WC. j J. &J. I I»SS, 10<
•AnS Interest.
GAS COMPANIES.
NEW-YOP.K.
(Fjrr.'.shea by William E. Nlcho'.s. 15 "WaU-st 1
Bid. Afked. 1 Bid. A»ked.
•V V I East R |S?aa O 55. 103 A.-115 r.7-,
'lit ss. 1W4...112H 114 »i>n Vn Gas 5f.109 -"•"
«o r.s li>* 112 E«ult Con 5s US —
•Nor Vm O. f.5!1"44 V<6 I Mutual Co 303 .^2O
f'-anfl H^s 13h ISS -N Am Co 65. . . .10S«* IOsH
flo pref 150 U> I
•And Ii '• rest.
MISCELLANEOUS GAS COMPANIES.
tFurnlEhed by William E. Nichr'.s. 13 Wall-st.)
! Int. period. | Bid. ; Afked.
Js!r.g Gas lft ir.Tg ss. 1055..1 A. &O. *»4V »7
co fTcck I " — ; S i\
•Bntt CG 1« rr.tg ."-?. li>47.j A. &O. 71 t §3
.a?u^ O Ga.Co'feVs.:'i»i2:| J. & j - •!«%* 1««
•D G&li C Ist Can ss. UM» M. ft N. | -.3 .»
do sock ' I «>i> 3*
rt W Gas Co Ist «s, IMS.. J. &3. 4S ; 81
•arand BoriJs Cr LCo ! B. aS. I 104 H 106
<!o Ut U. 1815 F. *A. 104 »lUj
tfavcretraw LiS^.t & F Gaf • , ,6
Co Goil'l M'.g Ss, 15W.... J. &D. J 95 &5
lr.dlar.ap Gas Ist Bs. 1i»20. . &N. \ » —
Lafayette Gas 1« 0.. H-24..J M. N. I « M
L i VI- V Gas Is: 6s, 1025.. A. ft O. [ 45 ..3
/! i «t irk .... . — I — I 49
•*uta + ncliZ<*.im a. & o. i«** -io»
•KEO*Clstnrts;««. 182*1 J. & r>. | »54 ] s«
da ttcck I * .'
Ohio &1 G lft mtg 6s, l'J26 J. &D. 45 M
do 4 p c (new) Q.-J. r 1 S3
f yracufe G Ist ir.ig ss. 1948 J. &J. M »*
do stock . — — - 15 I.J
•S-. Jost-rh Gas Ist f..«. MS7. J. &3. £5 .'^
do stock S3 "S
Ft Paul Gas Ccn is. 1944... M. &S. 6.H *»
do etfKk I i v*
West G cf'iilVwaukee «p e.| J. IJ. 97 100
do &s ': ¦ 'IC' !
•And Interest.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
fßerorted by De Haven & Towceend. No. 40 Wall-st.>
Bid. Afcke-d.l Bii. Afked.
AmßrC" 40 41 Wort* Pern I"7^ —
<v>n L Sup con. 2.*.'-, VH Thlla Co 4SS 49
<3o pref 74 '6 ; Pern RX C 0.... TIH 71«4
OmbrJa Steel... 22 22"»:Ter!r- Frefl com.. AT. 48
Cp Hy f,i cf I. ." c 'i 89 ; <5o pref K>
Chocta'w Ry. •& 81 ] Pern Xl Veh Cr>. '. li«
<v-n Tr cr N J. »V* 67 dr. pref .1 II 1 *
I<am'T.J el.. 3 SH'Phl'.a K'-ec C 0... IB* ' ; »
TT'ec 5t Bat Co. TZ 7* IPhil* Traction... I»<J ?«H
do pref 72 76 Phl.a & Erie S4 35
K!ec Co of Am.. 7 7% Pltu Con Tr Co. - :i: i 21
Znt Co cf N A.. 22»4 23 Bns Iron & s»tee!. 2 - v
l>Ph!ph Nay f£ l i f» 'T\4<-mfr Ftee!.. fPi, 7
Lehlph Val R R Ss>. S-'-H V C^s rf V J...27f>H V-o
Marsdcn r> C'«' Vnlon TrzrHrm... SM« 2K5»
Nat Asphalt . « T|O Oaa Inti <"•¦>. 11414 118
do pref 11 12 W'e'.shach CO ... 4:: 4:.
Korhem Cent . . !H — ¦.•¦•.•.' C. Si 1
BONDS.
-.-'. p F.y Co Ma«i 110 j Peo r >' 8 Trie 45.105 IN
X J Con '¦.- 10» W.<H T.'nlon Trae 45... M t»l%
Nat A»rha!t Bs. 4<> 41 ;Am AsphaJt f.5. .. M B3H
Newark law fis.ll^ — !

SAX FRAXCISCO STOCKS.
Pan Francisco, Aug. Th* official clor!ns quo
tations for mining etocks to-day were as follows:
A!ta OS] Kentucky Oxj 02
Alpha Cnn ''2 Ledy Washington Con.. .01
Anies <>'! Sitxl^ui 14
Belcher 'A Occidental <Xn (C
Rest & iHrlrher V> OpS.ir GO
Bullion - .OlOverman .'."
Caledonia .Si Potort ................. .<">
Challenge Con SO Savare „ .<*!
Oholiar „. .0., Sag Belcher ......... .«2
Cor.r:d«-nc<f .. I.M Sierra Nevada..... 13
<~cn Caj & Va .... Standard S.'a
Ton Imperial 02 syn<ilra"> • '
Croim Point _ .09 St. Lju!* -... .««
Gould & Curry .13 t'nion Con 10
¦ale « NcrcroES...... .24 T'tah Con "1
Julia _ «2 Yellow Jacket 23
Justice .<<,
COLORADO SPRINGS STOCKS.
Closing quotations on the Colorado Springs Min
ing Stock Exchar.R<\ furnished by William P. Bon
bright & Co.. of Colorado Springs:
Rid. Ask*d.' Bid. Asked.
Alamo IS 1 * IS 1 * Isabella ¦•" ••
little Puck — 7Vl«exinKt<:n .. «\ 6H
V-arn»t Pjick... L 1L 1 - iWiinon Anchor.... 2s 1 * —
Pi^rim US "*•* Pinnacle '¦. l\k
Rose Maul f. f> \ Tort '.and 307. SOT
Arseatunv-Jun . 14 1 ! HW'milcaWr 11* 120
Ana<~T)ja x> a« I Work U4 l*%
BB«erSy-T»T ..— 41 'Acacia, l«'i l ( '-4
C Oem Cor.»ol . IK 8 j Bav.le Mountain. 16% 17
Dr Jack Pot Cf,n «*» «"-4 ICoJ Cty & Man. 77 l * 7H
Elkton C0r.«0i..1T5 ITS I Gold Sovereign... 4'» '¦
F!ai>y »4 10 |Pappoo«» .... — . * * +
togt.ara 1.'. -» 16 \
J? 4 JLRO AD EA nXTXGS.
CHICAGO TERMINAL TRANSFER.
1901. 1000. 1«»
Ku«Vr -•-•.. 10S 102 02
Fourth wr»lc In Ju-.y.. *43..'.2 ft JS«.4rt>> $2».257
July 1 to July 81 IM,3T« 11*.V« 100.679
CENTRAL OF OEOP.GIA.
timber of tr.iles . 1.H4 l.*4£ 1.5«0
Fourth w«*k la Inly.. 1208.388 1137.789 $143,271
July 1 to July SI T.71.M3 tCS.OB4 454. i«3.'.
CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO AND FT. LOTTIS
Kwr.ber of rr.iles L.MI I.KM l,f*»
Founh meek In Ju!y. . jr,9o -: $4M.21!i $3*8.092
July Iti Ju!y 31 l.ad&!S7t 1 .862.445 1.254. %2»
GRAND TRUNK.
Sj»s*«r «f rr.iles l.< M S 707 3.707
fourth week tB July.. $71i3.31(» f7oo.?.stf» $,'.84 •'¦¦•¦'•
Jan Ito July 31 13>tt,474 15.15K.0M 11.57tJ.747
JUXXEAPOLIS. fiT. PAt.L AND kavi.t ITB. MARIE.
Kuoih-r ef mile* . 1.27R | :•?- 1.285
Fourth w«*k in July.. $ISJ,SO2 llOS.^c $124.3!>4
July 1 to July 21 42T..537 8f12.4<<6
MOBILE JACKSON AND KANSAS CITY.
'ourt;. meek in July.. 53.148 *2.73 r tf I.o*l
Jib 1 m j.ji y ru. . . M.«»<i 7J.f.»7 30,290
PEOr.IA AND EASTERN.
f<Wrth M- In Juiy.. SIS.4CS J •..-.'.<•. t51.023
July 1 to July 21 2U4.53S 170.670 ;,•.-. >-»
TOLEDO. iT LOUIS AND WESTERN.
*Wn»»- Cf I=l1 '"* M 451 451
fourth %»lt in July.. 175554 ?S7.fi.''B
«aa. Ito Jajy ;j 1.523.390 1.037.723
TWIN CITY RAPID TRANSIT.
V* 1 "' 1 **<k in Ju y.. fCfi.K34 $63.3« a
JOlyltoJulyai 1.721.234 1.M5.744
fttpi fort Wayne and western.
K^" 11 " Juiy Sio.ca'. t«,343 $1--.4."»
LOUFI-ILLE. ITENDERSO.V AKD 6T. loch
" or -'-- tf J UI> - K7.<m $¦¦•:< 153.458
*--SIV5 IV " TOIIIC EVTBAL AND HUDSON RIVER.
¦»W,fn,|. f .
**" Of July $5,34',.. .9.1 a-.Bfll.lWM J4.43.V407
?> ann am
«.. ll *«' t^ of June
22** r of n.:,.-r . ¦¦¦ ..,-, „ . ,
s*s«arr.:,^ „„ 1M f146 |1».7«
'SStlTV"''*' H754.1M $]. 721 44ft
n 12 m< * * <46;| 1>3 $2&«b22 13
<thi--a'.-. ant. rr i^>t-i«
¦fif.as- » 52 «-$2 • 8 »*» «ws.*w
_, 7p1497 p1 49 13.C59 2,0>
-Tsui »_, ¦
nirj,, «*» •»mmn. . tSS2.M» |337.00« J331 289
," fj ,. SCW.tna ¦¦ 5 SO2.W»
k' "•" »23t,i2» $sm^&m 129,200
Jan. 1 to June SO—
Gross earnings $3.&52.E53 $3,318,721 53.162,808
Operating expenses ... 2.623.602 2.S9CUI 2.521.741
Net earning* KSS9.OBI 1757.570 J641.127
Other Income 12.257 14.32" 3.537
Total net earnings.. $671. 1*71. «90 J»>l4 **>4
Charges 615.242 803,621 602.377
*"**¦> $356. C03 $168,269 $42,287
NEW-YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN.
Month of June 1801. 1900 Charge*.
Gross earnings. J503.0«!> $425,277 Inc. J77 7f'-'
Op. expenses and taxes 347.1CS 305.459 Inc. 38.707
Net earnings $153,903 $U6.518 Inc. J3&.085
Other Income 45,395 inc. 45.3££>
Total net earnings. . $201,288 $110,819 Inc. $*4 4«f)
Fixed charge, t00.4M •56.6*0 Inc. SalS
SufPi^s . $1«v..5«2 $59,923 Inc. Hin.WA
July 1 to June 30—
Gross earning* $5,322,883 $4.f»63.4e2 1nc.535:.,401
Op. expenses and taxes 3.727.137 3.414,917 Inc. 362,220
Net earnings $1.54&,74« $1.M8,5f1S Dee. $2 819
Other income 417.244 inc. 4i7^ 4l
Tr, TO 5 a la 2* t earning*.. $1.»62.9»0 $1,548,845 1nc.5414.42S
Fixed cbargfs 1.083.759 '6*9,541 Inc. :::i4.-.'ls
Surplus $879,231 $859,024 Ir.c. $20,207
•Net charges, other income deducted. ,
TRADE IX CHICAGO.
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TltlßnVE-l
Chicago, Au^. ".—Wheat advanced l^c and closed
to-night about 1c over Tuesday. September opened
at 70c. sold between CS'^c and 71%e, and closed at
Tl^jc to Tl^c; December closed at 73 1 ie; May, MKe.
St. Louis was tbe bed buyer. Kansas City and St.
Louis receipts were about half those of a year ago.
The total primary receipts were just the same as a
year afc-o. helped cut by large arrivals here. Wheat
Was Influenced by the corn strength. Clearances
¦n-^re 5,150.000 bushels, making 5,000,000 in four day?.
Light frosts were predicted for the Northwest
Cables were Indifferent. Liverpool off slightly;
Parti off considerable. There was a tag trade, with
the Southwest the best buyer, and there .was some
se::i:-p by the Northwest. Th* market cot over
calls. Cash bids were- not as pood as yesterday.
The business here was about 12f».<y») bushels, but th»
seaboard reported 7? loads. If the cold weather
North chouM develop seriously, there ill be con
siderable excitement here to-morrow. Frost might
catch the Manitoba crop.
Cora advanced li 40.4 0. and closed a 4 c to lc over
Tuesday. The frost fears cut some figure. The
weekly Washington crop bulletin was Interpreted
as bullish, showing continued deterioration east of
the Mississippi. The country offerings were
practically nothing. Receipts here were only SO
cars, ar.d th» estimate for Thursday only <w cars.
Cables were indifferent. Thrre was a big trade,
a little d!p at the opening and then a steady ad
vance to over lc. September sold at S6». = c. and at
ET><? Fellers, and closed at 57* s c; December closed
at CS!t.c sellers; May, 60\c. Clearances were only
PS.CX} bushels. S>->me of the recent sellers, those
who took profits at hiph prices, wen buying- back
to-d.i>.
Oats lapsed, clnslrg over Tuesday, but merely
tympatniz'.rg with the corn strength. September
sold at W%c; May, S7-\c. The trade was dull; re
ceipts, a cars, with 2»0 estimated for Thursday.
Most of th? speculative business was changing.
Clearances were ]!>."<») bushels.
Fla:..- was weak for cash and the futures.
Prices drained T..c to 4c. September closed at
$15€; October, Jl ". v Cash was H6l to ?1 63. At
the th: paints th«-re were 41 cars of seed, against
4" last year.
Provision? showed r.o strength; the whole list
somewhat lower: pork off 7Uc to l-'-_.c; lard and ribs
off 2H-c to 7"*-_e. Th»*ro were 91,000 hues West, against
C.OOO last year. Outside loncs were lliuldatlng
nearby months: packers were doing some January
selling. Provisions to-day were- irvi'ffer*-nt to the
corn strength. Hogs here were 5c lower, with
34.000 received.
.financial.
Stockholders' Committee
of
THE AMERICAN COTTON OIL CO.
To the Holders of Preferred and Common Stock
OF THE AMKIUCAN OOTTOS OIL OOIfPAHTI
Holders, to a large amount, of Preferred md
Common Stock of The American Cotton Oil Ccm
panT, have entered Into a Stockholders' Asrenaest
«<3aT> 1 Inly 22, IMI. and lodged with the I>eposl
tS!j), for tte pijr;o«e of furthering a consolida
tion, or sthi l disposition ft property of, or the sc
oulsition or lease of property l-y. The- American Cot
ton Oil Company; and f"r thi advaseM ¦ of th»
Interests of depositing stockhnMr rs thiWlgll isnite.l
action. reby their renpoctlre hoMicj* shall
held and managed in bulk during the period of th«
Agreement, and better results be secured than by
liMilTidnal arttnn.
Tie (sateniCßfla tire eons<-nted to act as a Cora-
Btttea under said Agreement, and hereby afford
holders of th* Preferred and Oasanaoa Stork nf
Tt» Amerlcsn Cotton Oil Company the opportunity
f>f participating In tbe kcaoflta of said Agreement
by thereunder depositing tt-ir stock with the First
National Bank of tbe City of New York, as De
positary, on or hefore the Sfth day of September,
1901.
Negotiable Certificates of Deposit will be Issued
for the deposited stock.
Ooples of tbe said Stockholders' Agreement may
be oltaiivd from the Secretary of the < ¦..t..r-..
Dated N«w York. August 1, 1601.
GEOBGB AI.STIN ICOBBISON. Chairman.
HAP.EIS C. rAHVEBTOCK,
EDWARD WINKLOW,
3. KENNEDY TOD.
Stockholdors' Committee.
SULLIVAN & CBOHTVEM,. Counsel.
U. F. MUNR.O. SecTPtary to Committee,
27 Bearer St., N. Y. City.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.
DISSOLUTION OF VOTING TRUST.
HOTICB of CALL or STOCK ritisr CER
TIFICATES POM i:X<:ilA\fiK FOR
STOCK CERTIFICATES.
TO m HOLDERS OF STOCK Till ST CER
TIFICATES FOB Till: PREFERRED AMD
COMMOV "STOCK OF THE BALTIMORE AMI
OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY:
Hollers of stock truEt certificates Issued by or on be
half of th* Voting Trustees under th<» voting tru.«.t agree
ment »iat«-d June 22, IhOS, entered into pursuant to the
plan nit' 1 aKre*^*i^nt o? th^ Fatir? djite for tb» reorganiza
tion of Th» Baltimore ar.<l Ohio Railroad Company, are
hereby notified that in the exercise of the power conferred
by mid voting trust atreemc-nt, the undersigned Voting
TrjJt^es cn.ll upon all holder* of stock trust certificates
Issued under paid voting truft ai-;-' aol to exchange the
same for c«"rt:ncat»« of capita] stock en or after s. ; -.-Hi
ber 12. 1001.
Stock trust crrtiflcafps properly rmlorsed In blank
l»y the* ii * t «»r<*il holtlcr thereof Witt he pre
sented for exchange on or aft^r said Sat* to The- Standard
Trust Company of S'rw York. th» agfr.t of the Voting
Trustees, at it* office. No. 25 Broad Street, in th«» City of
New York. Vblch will laaue in the first Instance vouchers
entitling the holder thr.ieln named to receive *tock i-ertlfi
cates for the amount therein fpecifled of preferred or com
mon stock, as Urn car« rray b#^ fl^ Foon as the ,m> can
be r>r-. M for delivery.
Meuri. Bpeyer Brother*. No. 7 Lotlibor) ly.ndon. will
receive stock trust certificates in I»ndon for exchange.
Issuing therefor their own receipts exchangeable at their
orT.re for stock c»rt!flcatpi> as noon as received.
Dated New York. Augurt »>. 1901.
XV11. 1. 1 SAUiMOX, -\
OTTO H. KAU\. I
M\HTI\ KKI»M%\\. - _, otln X
LOUIS FITZGERALD. i ril " lm -
CHARLES STEELE. '
••Determining: the Hiarnrlfr anil financial re.
pon»ilillif > of your Hn.l.ir In m Important
oi> the selection of ii lit alorka."
Haight & Freese
Rntnltltuhed {^ f~\ M.i I n oil). .- :
IMM. V-»W. S3 ITivay. >. Y.
STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN. COTTON
l>iil\ciPAl* NtAJICHBSi
Baste*. Mass. I Plttfburg. Pa
Worcester, Mass. : Buffalo N" V
Newark. N. J. Detroit. Mich.
Atlantic Oty. N. J. Cleveland. Ohio
Philadelphia. Ta. T^l-10. Ohio. -
Baltimore. Md. Onr-innatl, Ohio
Washington^ D. C. I Columbus. Ohio.'
CommI««Ion order* xollolteil for Inrse or
•mall accounts, for c«»u or moderate ni?r»rlii
We will be pleased to mail "GUIDE TH
fre* on application, our hand- VJUIUC. I\J
(omn cloth bound. 400 imi;i'«. IMUCCTftDe it
Illustrated IfN V to I UKS.
It I* a complete ten year history of prices and the mo..
trustworthy »r,rk of Its kind ever published Our
DAILY MARKET LETTER
will Bis • be mailed free upen receipt of request. We
give iipeclnl attention to the accounts of nin
re«ldent customer*. Service unt-*«M-iie«l.
HAIGHT & FREESE CO.,
S3 BROADWAY. SEW VdltK.
THE CHICAGO, uock \N» a pacific
railway CO. ,
¦OTICB to vhk Kii(ii.i)EßS.
rpHE Certificates of Stock Issued la accordance
with th» resolutions passed a'- the annual meeting of
the Stockholder* of the C. K. I. & P. R. Co., 1.-i 1 June 5.
1601. will be delivered, In exchange for the receipts Issued
on subscriptions, at the ofttre of the Assistant Treasurer.
No. 13 William M. a New York City, on and after Aug. 8.
1001.
Out of town stockholders may .send their m;eipt« (prop
erly endoned) ani certificates will be returned by regis
tered mail.
GEO. T. BOGGS, Assistant Treas. C. R. I. & p. R Co
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. AUGUST 8. 1901.
Cankers anD Brokers.
Redmond, ) Hjgh c Q ; a ;
KeiT&Co. Investment
a wall st.. n. t. / Securities
List of ourraat efftringt sent on applioatiwu
Traatact a general banking business.
necelre depor*te tnbjeet t» draft. Dirlilt'Bds
¦ad Interest collected and remitted. Act as Fiscal
Agents for and negotiate and Issue loans of rail.
reads, street railways, gas companies, etc. Securi
ties bought and «old on commission. Members •<
Kew York Stock Ezcbaoge.
Issue Travellers*
Letters of Credit
available throughout the world
PHILADELPHIA CORRESPONDENTS:
liUAMAM, KERR A CO.
Letters of Credit
FOR USE Of
TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS
AVAILABLE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
ISSUED BY
KOUNTZE BROTHERS
BROADWAY A CEDAR ST.. NEW YOltK.
WE: E. Nichols,
Bark Stocks,
C\irb Secvirities.
15 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
TELEPHONE JUS."? CORTI.ANDT.
First NationaS Bank
STOCK
DEALT IN 11 V
P. J. GOODHART & CO.,
Hrmhen IV. Y. Stock Fxchnuce,
38 WALL ST., N. Y. CITY.
TVlrphone, 3402 John.
First National
Bank Stock
DEALT Ijr.
CLir^TQrtf GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
FOR SALE
Gas Engine & Power Co. Stock,
Railway Automatic Sales PTd Stock.
Frederic H. Hatch,
no. no iiroad stiieet.
Tred'k J ? SHarqtiand
BROKER.
35-37 BroaLd St.. N. Y.
Piret-t Wire to Fichar.itf«.
Tflcphnne call 3030 "and 3031 Broad.
Aannntun 3. (inrliani. John 11. Van Srhnlplc.
Tel. s!i;:ilA (Vital Cortlandt. Cable larpolcgm.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
R. Y. ¦fork r.ii'hin«».
HEMlir.n« OF I'rndnrr I" i.lm and
( lili'ukii Iliinril of Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
Haiti more. SSI East German M.
Branch Ottoe. 14 W. 334 Telephcr.* 879 Mad. S<\.
I. K. MEAD. T. H. KTI3.
I. F. Mead & Co,
44 * Hi HHOAnUAV. V. V.
Twenty-fly» years" membership in N. Y. Block Exch.
STOCKS & BONDS
Bought and sold for cat or on margin.
BOGDY, McLELLAfi & CO.,
BANKERS
No. 57 Broadway, New York City.
MEMBERS HEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
STOCKS, BONDS AND INVESTMENTS.
Orders Executed
For Investment or on Margin.
DE HAVEN & TOWNSEND
40 Wall Street. 428 Chestnut Street,
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA.
Mrmhrra of (be \rn-Ynrk and I'ltllutle>l|>l>la
Stook KKhniicen. Our «illl<-.-« li.-ln^ con
nected by prlvnlr (•¦l>-urii|ili. orilrri In rltber
market »> HI be |iroui|itl> rirculrd.
Proposals.
Q.OVERXOR'S ISLAND, N. Y. 11.. .Inly 10.
1801.— Sealed proposals, in triplicate, for furnishing
Forage and Straw required In Dept. of the. East, during
flscal y«-ar ending June ."ft, I»02, will be received here an.)
«>• nlacm Indicated In Instructions issued hereunder. until
12 M. August B. 1001. I,'. P. reserves right t.i reject or
except any or all proposals or ary part thereof. Informa
tion furnished on application. Envelopes containing pro
posals will be endorsed "Proposals for Forage and Straw
at .¦• JAB. M. MOORE A. Q. M. G
QOVERNOR'S ISLAND. N. V., Au . 7. 1001.-
Sealed proposals In triplicate, for sinking artesian
well. »i;i tx» received here until 11 a. M.. Auk- '^. I**l
V. s. reserves rl«ht to reject or accept any or all pro
posals. rnfonnatlon Furnished on application. Envelopes
contalnlni; proposals should be marked "Proposal* for
well," addressed B. R, JONES Q. M.
QFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER-GEN
ERAL. Washington, D. C. July 20. i!»l.— Sealed
{.mpovals will be received at this Department until 1- in.
on Monday, the 28th day of August, 1901, for furnishing
all the postal card^ which the Department may call for
rtur'nt; s peril l of four years beginning December 1. l'"'l
Illank form"! of bids, with samples of the Department's
itanrlar'l of paper and full specifications, will bo furnished
Upon application i(l the Third Assistant Pirn'master-Gen
eral, Washington, T>. C. CH. EMORY SMITH. PostmrtS
ter-Heneral.
PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUP
plies. — Office Purchasing Comsßiaaary V. B. Army.
No. 3» Whitehall Street. New York City. N. Y. Aug. 5.
1901 Scaled prop sals for furnishing and delivering sub
sistence supplies in this city for thirty days commencing
¦-•¦;t 1. 1901, will b« reeelvad at this office until 11 o'clock
A. SI. on Aup. 15. l'.tOl. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing bids should be marked "Pro
poFals for Bubslstenc* Supplies, opened Aug. 15. 1001."
and addrtserd to Major I>. L. IiKAINARD. Commissary
cm. a.
PROPOSALS for the Construction of a Por
tion of Urn lam Area Tiunlc Sewer.— Office of th»
Cnmml««loners, D C. Washington, D. C.. July 30, 1901.—
Pealed proposals -n lll le received at this office until 12
o'cio.-k M Angus' '.!. IMI, for conitnjctlng sewers In the
District of Columbia, Specifications and blank forms of
proposals rr.ny bm obtained at this oiJl^e. The right is re
served to reject an rand all bids or parts of bids. HENRY
a F. MACFARLAND, JOHN W. ROM LANSING H.
BEACH Commissioner*. D. C.
\yEST POINT. N. V.. JULY 12, 1001.-Seflle»l
Proposals In triplicate will h« received here until
noon. Auk 12, IWH. tor furnishing this |.o»t forage and
straw daring flscal year ending June 30. 1902. Informa
tion furnished on application. U. R. reserves right to
reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing proposals should be Indorsed "Proposals for
forage and straw," addressed J. B. Itellln«»r. Q. M.
Ciit} hotels.
EQM^OGDKI DOGDQJJStI,,
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS. '
directly opposite Walt St The coolest location '- a th *
vicinity of New York.
Twelve minutes from New-York City Hall.
Select family and transient hotel. Large, light rooms.
•Inn!" and en suite, with private ath
REASONABLE HATES. J. C. VAN CLEAF. Prop.
2 EAST 18TH ST.. S. E. COR. STH AYE
A HIGH-CLASS FAMILY HOUSE.
Apartment* to rent by the year, furnished or unfur
nished. Two to six rooms, with bath. Table American
plan. Private service. If desired. D. P. HATHAW \ I
Crnsi Compamrs.
Guaranty Trust Co* of New York*
NASSAU. CORNER CEDAR STREET.
LOXDOX OFFICES: 33 LOMBARD ST.. E. C. 60 ST. JAITES ST.. S. W.
Capital •• • $2,000,000. Surplus ... $4,000,000.
INTEREST ALLOWED OX DEPOSITS subject to cheque or on certificate.
Acts aj Trustee for Corporations. Firms & Individuals; and as Guardian. Executor & Administrator-
Takes entire charge of Real and Personal Estates: carefully selected securities offered for Investment!
TRAVELERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT available- In all parts of the world
ALSO COMMERCIAL LETTERS OF CREDIT ISSUED.
DRAFTS on all parts of Great Britain. France, an* Germany BOUGHT and SOLD. " *
WALTER G. OAKMAN. President. ADRIAN ISELIN. JR.. Vice-President.
GEORGE R. TTRSBULL, 2d Vice-President. HENRY A. MURRAY. 3d Til I Til*— l
V r- v EDWARDS. Treasurer. JOHN OAVLT. Manner Foreign Department.
'• c. HARRIMAN, Assistant Treasurer. E. C. HEBBX.RD. Secretary.
R. C. NEWTON. Trust OHcer.
DIRECTORS:
gIo"™ F " I? S jT" k - n'^'L* G;n<? «»- Adrian I^lln. Jr. Ale«nd^r E. Orr.
G*or« 9 ln^-|» S?i S aven ' Augustus D. Juilllard. Walter G. Oakmaa.
»»»,,. ,* rtoln> B. !I. Harnman. James N. Jarvle Henry H. Rogers
F?eder,ck i'v -m •,i R.R .' SS ° Ble ? y V- Richard A. McCurdy. H. MrK. Twombly
rreaerlrk ( . .mwell. Charles R. Henderson. Levi p. Morton Frederick W. Vanderollt.
T nn ,iA. r* Harry Payne Whitney.
London Cominlttee:
ARTHUR J. FRASER. Chairman: LEVI P. MORTON. DONALD C. HALDEMAN.
2l'Ohto:^ Trust
GOMBABtT*
38 NASSAU STREET.
Capital. $2,000,000
Surplus & Undivided Profits. $4 ? 000, 000
OFFICER
LEV! P. MORTOX. rrenldent
THOMAS F. RYAN. Vice-Pre»ld«-nt
JAMES K. fORBIEEE, 2d Vlce-Prest
H.M. FRANCIS. Secretary
ECGEXE E. VAIUST. Aaat. Secretary
(i. 1.. WILMERDI>'G, Aaat. Secretary
H. B. BERRY. Trust Officer
DIRECTORS:
John Jacob Astnr. Joseph Larocqne,
? Jcorsf F. Baker. D. O. Mills.
Edward J. Berwlnd. I^rt P. Morton.
Frederic Cromwell. Richard A. McCardy,
•Tames It. Dake. XT. G. Oakmin,
nenry M. FUcler. George Foster Peabody,
6. G. Il.tvrn. Samuel Rea.
Joseph C. Hendrlx, r.liliu Root.
Abram S. Ilewltt. Thomas F. Ryan,
•lames N. Jartie. Jacob 11. Schlff,
.->it<r S. Johnston. John Sloane.
H. JollUard, William C. Whitney.
EXECUTIVE COM.MITTECi
LEVI P. MORTOX.
THOMAS F. ItYAX.
EDWARD J. DERWIXD,
G. G. HAVEX,
JOSEPH C. HEXDniX.
JAMES X. JARVIE.
GEORGE FOSTER PEABODT*
JACOB H. SCHIFF.
WILLIAM C. WHITNEY.
REAL ESTATETRUST CQ
OF NEW YORK,
No. 30 Nassau Street
CAPITAL. SIRPLLS AVD UNDIVIDED PROFITS
$1,000,000.
DESIGNATED LEfiAl. DEPOSITORY.
Alloi\h lntereil on deponlta.
Acts as Exet-iitor. Traatee. Guardian, Trans*
fcr Autnt, ltt-uUiriir. Ac.
TRUSTEES:
HENRY C. SWORDS. President.
H. H. CAMMANN. Vlce-Presldeat.
'« —-« M V«rnum, Douglas Robinson.
1 * r •"• CL Hurke. Charles S. Brown.
lloraca 8. Ely, i.- raja O. De Witt.
LUpenard Stewart. Henry K. Poraroy.
Henry Lewis ' rrls. Percy chubb.
fcdwln A Crulkshank, Franklin B. Lord.
Chares A. Peal ly, Jr.. j. Roosevelt Roosevelt.
Charles a 'Jchermerhom. I^nsdaU Boardman
James I Raymond. Harrison E. Gawtry.
Jo«l P. Freeman. Frank S. Wltherbe*.
HENRY W. nEirSHI-HY. t etary.
Dividend Xoiucb.
The Metropolitan West Side Elevated
Railway Company,
I m ! ANNVAL MVIDK.VD
Chicago, lit . August B, l<v»i.
A r '¦:'.'•' Of TWO PER CENT, on the Preferred Capi
¦ >'• Block of thin Company has N-en fht» day declared by
the Directors, payable gust Slst, r- ¦ t.-> boldsra
Of r«-<-< rd at th« closa of buslnaas August 17th. 1001.
T('.o Stock Transfer Books of the Company will be closed
frjn 12 o'clock V. August 17th, irMii. until 10 o'clock
A M. AUgUSt 31»f. 'tVM.
GBDROE HIGGINBON. Jr., Secretary.
il;-.|| IMTKD HAII.HVV.
Detroit, Mich.. July 2«. xt¥>l.
A QUARTERLY dividend ot ONE i'ER
CENT, on th« capital «toclc of thl» Company has
been declared payable Fept. 2nd. 1801. at the offlce. of
K'.in. Van Cortlandt * Co., 20 Nassau St.. New York.
The transfer books "f the Company will he closed Au
gust 15th. at 3 O'clock P. M .. end will be reopened Sep
tember 3rd at 10 o'clock A. M.
J. C. HUTCH I NB, Vlre-Pre*. * Treas
CUEVELAND. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO * ST LOUIS
RAILWAY CO.
,V DIVIDEND OF TWO PER CENT, has been
declare.} on th« Common Capital Stock of this Com
pany, payabli Septemr-rr .1.1 n^xt at the ofTlce, of Messrs.
J. 1". Morgan ,v Co . New York, to stockholders of record
at 3 o'clock P. M.. August 13th. at which time the trans
fer books will be rloaed.
The booka will be rtr-^pened September «•!
CHARLES F. COX, Treasurer. ¦¦¦'¦
Ji-H.-r-.oii A Clrartlelal Coal A Iron Co.
A DIVIDEND OP TWO AND ONE-HALF
¦•- PER CENT, has been declared on the Preferred
Stock of this Company, payable August 15th next to stock
hoMers of record on August «th. at 3 P. M. Plvldend
checks will be mailed bj the Transfer Agents of the Com
pany. GEORGE H. Ct.ITNE, Treasurer.
Ilochenter. N. V.. July :3rd. 1001.
.financial fncetinqg
JJOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
"WELLS, FARGO & COMPANY.
You are hereby notified that the next Annual Meeting
of the stockholders of said company for the election of
Directors for the ensuing year, and the transaction of
such other bualnea* as may come before tha meeting, will
be held In th« office of the Secretary of the Company.
Room 1. m tho Company's building, comer of Second and
Mission Streets, San Francisco. California, on Thursday.
Aujrust Bth. I!hiJ. at li» o'clock A. M. The Transfer Books
will be .low Saturday. July 27. and reopened Aujrust Sth.
1901. NATHAN STEIN. Secretary.
Pan-^Vmcricnit Cv^osition.
BUFFALO. N. T.
COR. DELAWARE AYE. AND AMHERST 6T.
OPPOSITE EAST GATE EXPOSITION.
EUROPEAN PLAN. $1.00 PER DAY AND
UPWARDS.
Take Jefferson St. car. or Main St. car, marked Zoo. «r
N. T. Central Belt Line to Delaware Aye. Station.
FIRE PROOF. Exceptional Cafe service at reason
able pxlces. Electric Bells an«i Ughta throughout. Perfect
transom ventilation.
E. M. BRAWNER. Manager.
BUFFALO 1 ? BEST— THE F. B. ROBINS
PAN-AMERICAN HOTEL SYSTEM,
CONTROLLING THE
HOTEL. BUCKINGHAM.
THE MARYBOROUGH
and several rther first-class hotels. No temporary struct
ure*: no exorbitant charges; regular rates prevail. Th»
Buckingham Cafe and Private Dtning-Rooms are on
tip floor, adjoining roof garden. Only hotel In Buffalo
havlntt elevator running direct to roof. Airy rooms. Ther*
U an up-to-date roof garden on the Buckingham. Pan-
American Illumination and fireworks can be seen from the
•ame. Rooms from $1 B0 per day up. Special ratss during
July and Auguat to Marylanders. Write for reservation*.
F. R. ROBINS.
Hotel Buckingham. Buffalo. N. Y.
QOA SUMMER-ST.. BUFFALO. N. T— A few cholca
O—W rooms, with breakfast, to Pan-American guests;
reference. Fifth Avenus Hotel.
Conntrn DoarD.
BERKSHIRE HILLS. — 1.700 ft. elevation: pure sir; fin*
> scenery; broad i..lt'..JS excellent table: good rooms:
terms low. Address H. L' LAMSON. AUndar. Mass.
Hooka anb Pnbluutiona
».7T\HB five GREAT DUTIES OF THE TWENTIETH
-L CENTURY." A Commencement Address delivered
before the University of Ohio. June 10th. 1901. By Ed
wand Everett Hale. Price 26c. a copy, post free. Pub
lished by J. STILLMAN SMITH * CO.. 1 Beacon Street.
Boston, Mast.
(Trust Companies.
Cmmmcr rxcsciris.
nave been established at 413 Broadway, corner Canal
St.; 1.2W Broadway, corner Thirtieth St.: 275 Colum
bus Aye.. comer Seventy-third St.. New York, and
at Ml Fulton St.. Brooklyn, by the- New York Cen
tra! and West Shore Railroads, whert> you can get.
free of charge, full Information regarding rates and
routes to all the great resorts; also Information re
garding Hotels and Boarding Hcusea. with plans of
rooms ard rates per lay and week. ¦ Ti X
For a. fine mao of "America's Summer Resorts"
send a stamn to Georse H. Daniels. General Passen
ger Agent, New York Centra] Railroad. Grand Cen
tral Station. New York.
ARIBUGKLE'S OEEIF SEA
HOTEL m,
¦Will receive passengers daily, except Sunday, at South
Ferry. Brooklyn side, on the arrival of ferryboats leaving
New York at 5:01 and «04 P. M. Passengers on Satur
day trips will remain nut until Monday morning. Ticket
ofnee and full information at 71 Water Street. New York.
and Hotel Margaret. 97 Columbia Heights. Brooklyn.
Rooms and berths can be secured up to 4 P. M. by tele
phone. 1766 Broad. New York, or 13-»1 Main. Brooklyn.
Also South Ferry. Brooklyn side, after IP. M
XEW-YOHK.
IN THE HEART OF THE ADIRONDACK*.
©Oil LnJlyJLiDlsiUuiJ ULMULMIg
BEEPED. ESSEX CO.. N. Y.
The leading hotel in the mountains.
Always cool. 3olf. Fishing. Music and beautiful scenery.
Cuisine- second to none: accommodates 30ft; private baths.
OPEN UNTIL. OCTOBER IST.
H. R. ROBERTSON. Jr.. Mgr.
ADIRONDACKS.
on Long Lake, centre of the- Great North Woods: most
desirable location: bass and trout fishing, golf. Booklet
with map upon application. Call or address WM. F. IN
GOLD. Mgr.. Long Lake. N. Y.
"THE WORLD FAMED VIEW."
ELEVATION 5.250 FT.
OOLF. TENNIS. BOATING. MUSIC
ELECTRIC LIGHTED. SEARCHLIGHT.
CHAS. * GEO B. BEACH. MORS..
Cat.ltlll. N. Y.
ON MOUNTAIN TOP.
ALWAYS COOL.
iruiyJ U iblL \Alr\Ln\ U Islni^iriljiLlLj
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS.
LESS THAN • HOURS FROM NEW TORK.
Apply to
H. E. EDKH.
Kaaterskltl. Greene County. N. T.
HDOZSfERg TTCDIF KOTtEIL.
QUAKER HILL, PITTCHESS CO.. N. T.
Two hours from New York by Harlem Railroad.
1.200 Feet Elevation.
GOLF LINKS AND ALL OTHER AMUSEMENTS.
N. S. HOWE. Manager.
Fast Otßrm addres*. Pawllnir. New York.
Circulars. 4c at S-of.e!d's. 1 Madlson-ave.. New-Tort
TFCd© ©Cfl^'irtE^QllS^Vg
AT CHATEAU-GAT LAKE.
¦ Moderate Rates. Booklet.
C. W. BACKUS Merrill. New Tortr.
DR. STRONG'S.
THE SARATOOA SPRINGS SANITARIUM.
SARATOGA BPRLNG3, N. Y.
For health, rest or recreatl-n. The appt-lntments of a
first class hotel: >I«Tator: suite* with batH Electricity.
Massage. Turkish. Russian. Sulphur, Hydro-Electrtc.
! Nauheim. Mineral and other bat^s. Sprague's hot-air
treatment for rheumatism. Sun parlor and prorr.enade on
: the roof. Golf. Croquet and. Lawn Tennis. Illustrated
; booklet free.
AVON SPRINGS, N. T.
Near Buffalo and Rochester.
Write fnr B<x>ktet concerning The Sulphur Water and
Baths for Rheumatism. Gout. etc.. and The Sanitarium
for Treatment. Recreation and Rest. Address
Pr». CYRUS ALLEN * SON.
DDDamDlhaiiiftaiDD B©ai:
DQdHM
AND
dDipHocnQaiD DO(Dli®D
K3GDW (SD[pC3GQ a
'El/4\Kl[>]^K]©[l¥
HOUSE. SHELTER ISLAND. L. 1.. N. T. Greatly
' enlarged and Improved Healthfully located, amid beau
! tiful scenery. Ail modem improvements, electric lights;
Otis elevators suites with baths: drives, groves; pur*
! water- dry atmosphere: 19 hole golf links; yacttlng. bath
ing, fishing, music. dan-Ing, ate Easily accessible by
| Long Island Railroad and new steamers Shinnecock and
Montauk Telephone, Shelter Island Heights. 2. 9>»ni3
for terms and ¦ illustrated pamphlet to ALBERT R KEEN.
Manager. Manhanset House. Suffolk County. N. Y.
SHELTER ISLAND HEIGHTS. L. 1.. N. T.
[PCSdD^fPfEGBT BDflPQfl^d.
GREATLY IMPROVED
DB^\V WDIM EKj(IDGIj©[E.
Rates at ihl» house. *10 per week. up.
Golf (l&-hole) Riding. Rithlng. and all other amuse
ments. Send for Illustrated Pamphlet ___ „
O. L. FRISBEE. Manager.
NEW-JERSET.
AND EIGHT COTTAGES. BERNARDSVILLE. N. J.
Inn closes In October. 35 miles from New York, on
D.. uAWR.R-.vU Barclay or Christopher St. Ferry.
Altitude 900 feet. GEORGE W. TUTTLE. Mgr.
ASBURY PARK. N. J. Opens June Wth.
WHOLE SQUARE ON THE OCEAN.
HOTEL OF HIGHEST CLASS.
Illustrate* Booklet. FRANK B. CONOVER.
TTr"!!^ [B[£OS\!ftyOßs ASBI -' R PARK.
All modern conveniences. Including elevator to street level.
Evening dinners. S. BAKER BROOKS.
THE MADISON, Asbury Park. N. J. One Block from
Ocean. Modem Throughout.
Evening Dinners. J. K. DODMAN.
THE PORTLAND,
Asbury Park. N J. "th season. Cool, spacious piazzas;
fine ocean view. B. R. SNYDER.
' OCEAN HOTEL.
ASBURT PARK. N. J. Largest of th* leading hotels.
OSO. L. ATKINS * SONS.
Hotel Mormandle. New York City. '
/HUE STRATFORD. Ocean Grove, N. J.— At the beach
I on Main Aye : 3<> largo rooms; good beds; first class
table; ** to $12. A. W. LTMAN. Box 2. M8.
~~ ATLANTIC CITY.
DQCDTtEIL EDCIDiSYGDRIL
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. '
One of the best equipped Hotels. Steam heat, elevators
to all floors; hot and cold baths. Rooms with private
bath, Fine table. Sea vl«w. Ocean and of Virgin!* Am
MRS. N. R. HAINE3,
Owner and Proprietor.
1 SF.A GIRT. N. J- On oea.n m- Sr-i-'al rite fir
SEA GIRT. N. J. On ocean front. Special rats far
ever th« "Fourth." r»«nr room full ocean view.
-I, SL 1 1 IN tvi^DN.
PE3XSYLVAXIA.
WATEn GAP HOUSE.
In tne Mountains of Pennsylvania. 2\ hours from N. T.
Lackawanna R. R. Moat beautiful scenery in the
country. Beat of hotels. L. W. BROADHEAD.
Snmmcr Krsorts.
VERMONT. .
T!t THE HEART OF GREEN" MOUNTAINS.
(LMtE ODTO&SfIDGBd DOdDQDQI
AND COTTAGES ON LAKE DCNMORE.
Boating, bathing;, fishing, driving, tennis, croquet, hnat
!ng. rausic. For Bookies. Rates, etc.. address CHAS. A.
DUNN. Salisbury. Vt.
T • p • v THE COOL. NORTHI^AND.
\J Grande. I mot.ntatß and 'alu. scenery; aaeallaßt boat.
mc nablng aril shooting; dry. coo: air casino, aad cot
tapes; board. tS to t». Address OWL'S HEAD. Lake
Memphremaaoc Newport. Vermont.
MASSACHUSETTS.
IX THE BERKSHIRE HILLS.
K3El^ RH£\o3(L[B©CS© ? DKOKSj,
;.'.'• "New Marlboro". Mass. Now Open.
Elevation 1 3W» feet. Modern appointments : excellent
cuisine. Flshinr. Lawn Tennis. Golf. *c. Address
J. H. WALSH. Manager.
New Marlboro*. Berkshire Co.. Mass.
ASHI-ET HILL COTTAGE. AUndar. Berkshire Co.
Mass.— beautiful scenery in Berkshire: 2.0*0
MEL?US V * tWe: C °° " he4lltnful: «prtaz water. Mrs. L.

COXXECTICCT.
NEW LONDON. CONN.
PEtjpODGDTT IXKIDQfISIE
AND COTTAGES.
Famous Harbor. Yachting Headquarters. Cotahlaatloa
of SeasTiore and Country Life.
GOLF. 4c— WRITE FOR BOOKLET.
_^ ALLEN* A HAQsTH.
(Dccan Sicamcrs.
VTA
oil ran CBDMFDIHT
Is a most attractive trip.
OF THE
leave Pier 26. North River, foot of Beach St..
New York, every week day at 3 P. M.. arriving
at OM Point following morntns Steamer for
Washington leaves same evening-
Excursion tickets returning from — I flint—
by rail or water.
For tickets, staterooms and full information apply to
Ticket Office. Pi-r » tIM Rlv»r. N^w Y"rk. T-l»ph««a.
1.550 Franklin.
DAILY SERVICE.
Far Oil Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth, Pinner**
Point and Newport News. v».. connectins for Petersburg.
Richmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. D. C. and. entire
South and West.
Freight and Passenger steamers sail from Pier 28. M R..
foct of Beach St., every ween day at 3 P M
H. P. WALKER. Traffic Manager.
RQdDORTIH] (BEEGBDK^K*] (UIOTS).
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE
CHERBOURG— SOUTH AM PTON— BREitEN.
Kalserln M Th Aug. 13 Kaiwln M. Th . Sept. 1O
•Lahn Aug. 20 «Lahn Sept. 17
Kalfer 'Win. Or. Aug. -7 Kaiser Wm. Gr »nt 2*
Sailinr at '¦¦ As. M.. Pier 52. North River.
•To Southampton— Bremen only.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVTCE.
SOCTHAMPT'IK— LONDON— i PARIS) — BREMEN"
Barbarossa.Aug. 8. 11 A. M. | Gr. KurftMrat Aug. 2»
K. Lutse Aug. IS ;H H. Meier. Sept. 9
Fr. dar On** . Aug. 22, Barbarcssa ...... Sent. 13
Sailing 10 A. M. Pier ft* I a* 3d St.. HoboSten.
tT-> Bremen only.
MEDITEP.RANEAN SERVICE:
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
™>rr% Aug. 1". I PM tHohzoll'n. .. .Sept. iff. Woen
Al>r Aug. 17. 10 AM Werra Sept. 14. lf> AM
T-<i\« . Aug. :u. !>¦» AM Alter Sept. 21. 11 AM;
t(Hohenzollern). formerly Kaiser Wm. 11.
From Congress St.. BrookljTi. Take South Ferry.
OELRICHS A CO., No. 5 BROADWAY.
Louis H. Meyer. 45 South Third" St.. Phtla.
WkMBm&lkMmMW UK.
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS SERVICE.
Every Thursday to
PLYMOUTH— '"HER POT HAMBURG.
Deataehland, Aug. S. II AM F. Bismarck. Aug. 2». 10 AM
A. Victoria. Aug. 13. lrt AM 1 p*utschland, Sept. 3. 10 AM
Columbia. Aug. 22. W AM a. Victoria. Sepr. '-'. M AM
TWLX-SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
Every Saturday to
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
Pennsyiva. Aug. Ift, i:3i>pm . 'vTsiidfrsee. Sept. T. noon
Pretoria. Aug. 17. 7 AML«Falatta. Sept. 14. 9 AM
-Pfrpnicta. Aug. 24. n.v»n. r^nn' vania. Sept. 21.10:30 AM
Patricia. Aug. 31. ••. AM- Pretoria, Sept. 2% ft £31
•To Hamburg reel
iilMIH^ CiSIIIISE
»-> th» BALTIC and the principal dttea of XftRWAT,
SWEDEN. RTSSOA and DENMARK from Hamburg
Aug. IS. by the new yacht PTUNZXSSIX VHTTOBIA
Lt'ISB (S.( • ton*. 4.W f*«t l"ng>. All «ppclntment»
strictly first -class. Attractive Itineraries, arranged.
Further particulars on application f> th«
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LJNE. 37 BROADWAT N. T.
HAWAII AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
Between San Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama. Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. HontT Kon?.
Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. M.
PEKINC* ... Aus. 171 CHINA Sept. 12
OAEUC. . Aug. 27, DORIC Sept. 20
HONGKONG MAP.l^r' 4; NIPPON MARC. . . .S«pt. 27
For freight, passage and genera! Information apply to
349 Broadway, or 1 Battery Place. Washington Building.
and :>7 Broadway.
LF©!P LP®[pG© IE3GB©a m
Steamships cf the. RED TV LJNE will sail far San
Juan direct as follows:
3. S. PHILADEUHIA Saturday. Aug. 10. Vor-n
S. S. MARACAIBO Saturday. Aug. 24. Noon
For freight or passage apply to
FOLL.TON. BUS:* & DAXXXTT.
General Managers. 135 Front
AMERICAN LINE.
"™ NEW YORK— SOUTH AMPTOJT— LOXPOV.
St. I.4>uls..Aug. 14, li> a. SB. S-. Louis.. . 3ept. 4. 10 a. m.
•Zeeland Ausc. 21, noon Philadelphia. Sept. 11. 10 a.m.
St. Paul.. .\ -is. 2"«, 1O a- m. St. Paul.. Sept. 1«, lit a. m.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW TORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
Kensington. . Aiist. 14. noon ! ¦«'.an.! Aug. 29. neon
•Zeelan.l Auje. -M. nnon! Southwarli . Sept. 4. aooa
•New Twin Screw Steamers callinj; at Cherbourg.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION' COMPANY.
Piers 14 and 13. N. R. Office. "3 Broadway.
A - WHITE STAR LINE.
"¦*•* NEW YORK- QfEKNSTOWX— LIVERPOOL.
Celtic "..'. ..Aug. 13. 0 P- M .' Cymric Aug. 27. noon
Majestic ¦• auk. 14. Teutonic Aua;. 23, noon
Oceanic. Aur. 21. 9:3<>A. M. I •Soawts.. An* 31. SP. M.
•Suevic will carry Second ct«s» passenger:! only. and
will not call at Que.nstr.wn. -
For Dassa«». freight and irenera! information apply to
*r . . WHITE STAR LINT:.
Pier 4*. North River. OtTlco. <» Broadway. N. T.
RED D LINE
¦" Tor L* Ouayr». Puerto Cab#llc». n r»ran and Uarar
rallf via Curacac — al"« at ?an Juan. P. R.
' From Roberts Pier. Brooklyn.
S <5 pHILAPELJHIA Saturday. Aug. 10, Ttntm
5 S. MARACAIBO Saturday, An*. 2*. Noon
The«» vessels have> superior accommodations fir pas
sengers. BOrUTON. BLJS3 * DALLBTT.
General Managers. 13& Front-at.
ATAINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
•*"¦ DIRECT LINB TO PORTLAND. MAIN*.
connwtlnc with all railmad and steamship Unas in all
Summer r«sorts. Steamships •'Horatio. Hall" and "North
Star" stwra Pier 32. East River, foot of Pike St.. «>very
Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday at .'. P. M. Steamers
fitted with every modern improvement for th* comfort and
convenience of passengers. Ticket offices ?90 Broadway,
cor. Read* St. Tel 3419 Franklin. Th<M. Cook & Son*.
11S5 Broadway; General office. N»w Pier 32. East River.
AfALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
* From New- York: Wednesdays. Fridays anil Saturday*.
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets Issued to all
points in Texa*. Colorado. Arizona. California. Mexico, *«..
Georgia. Florida. Ac. Delightful Excursions.
Write for oar *>-p«ge "Pocket Quid*"* i mailed free).
C H. MALLORT & CO.. Gen. Ast».. Pier 30. E. R. N. T.
PAST ITALIAN LINE.
"* • "LA VELOCE.-
Navigation* Italian* a Vapor* to Naples. Geno*.
REGULAR C. S. MAIL SERVICE EVERY WEEK.
Duenessadl Geneva . .Aug. 13 Nord America, Sept. 11
Largo cabins. Dining saloon on promenade deck.
BOLOGNESi. HARTFIELT> * CO.. » Wall St.
A — CUNARD LINE. .
•*¦ TO LIVERPOOL. VIA QCEZNSTOWJT.
Campanli . . Aug I*. IP M . , EtrurU ¦ Aug. 31. :A M
UmbrU. . Aug. 17. 3A. M. Servla. Sept. 3. &A. m
LueanU Attg 24. noon! Campania Sept. 7, noon
VERNON H. BB"W.V & CO.. Gen. Agents.
» BROADWAY. NSW YORK.
pLARK'S CRUISE OF THE "CELTIC* to
th» Mediterranean and the Orient, Feb. S. $«$• op.
14 days. First Class, including; shore, excursions, guides.
drives, fees, hotels, etc.. the cheapest and most attractive
tno ever offered. IS jays In Egypt and Palestine; largest
ahlD afloat. F. C. CLARK. Hi Broadway. New Torfc.
QOOK'S TICKETS AND TOURS.
'' Parties and Independent Tickets to All r*rt» «* «*•
world. Programmes and Information •-.
THOS. COOK & SOX Ml & HSS Bro»*w*r. X. X.
£.

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