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Trust Companies.
Executor
Chartered 1822.
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 &22 William St., New York,
Capital, - - $1,000,000.
Undivided Profits, - 7,000,000.
Administrator
Guaranty Trust Co.
OF NEW YORK,
ItCTCAL. LOFB BUIL.I INQ.
C«pJt«i. 52,000,000. Surplus, $5,000,000
JOHN W. CASTLES. l'rr»ldent.
Winter RemtrU,
NETV-JERSEY.
SEASIDE HOUSE,
Atlantic City, N. J.
Best Location on the Ocean Front.
Complete with every equipment Be. crater baths.
Dolt Booklet.
F. P. COOK & SON.
HOTEL ISLESWORTH
ON THE BEACH AT VIRGINIA AVENUE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
OPPOSITE THE FAMOUS STEEL. PIER.
fEA WATER IS ALL> BATHS. ROOMS. ORCHESTRA.
na*. «* i£J * -PHONES IN ROOMB. ORCHESTRA.
EPDOAI. SPRINO RATES. $2 60 AND UP PER DATj
tISOOAND tP PER WEEK.
VBW yoRK REPRESENTATIVE. Hotel Grenoble. 7th
Aye. and 66th EC 'Phone. 908 Columbus.
Ava. moo ooio OSBORNE & PAINTER.
HOTEL RUDOLF,
AUasde City N. J. Open all the y*ar.
EfBOPEA.* A^^> AMERICAN PLANS.
Largest and meet coTnp'.ete hotel In the city.
Ocean front.
Koe-ns wttn h«t an! cold »t» and fresh water bathe eon
nectins:
Broad piazzas. K)0 fe»: lens Weekly da»«?t; social feet-jre.
X T. Bep.. 289 Fourth Aft . 10 to 8. Phone 6,341-
Graoercy.
Gxe'dxk dinners. Orchestic. CrtAS. R. MYEKS. PrfDr.
GRAND ATLANTIC.
NEVER CLOSED.
Tlrxißis Are. and Beach, Atlantic City, V. J.
Rooms en suite with private baths. Including hot
and cold sea water. Delightful sun parlor*, steam
heated Excellent table. Rates $2.50 per day: $10
weekly. Capacity. "00. Write for liiOS booklet. Coach
meets trains. N. Y. Office, 289 «th Aye.
A. C MITCIiniL & CO.
Sk BOSCOBEL
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Even- known hotel appolntmest. Culstne and service
PBsKOsua*. Rooms single or en suite, with baths. Run
rt*g water In rooms. Capacity 350. Terms $12 up
weekly. Highest Class New-York Patronage. Write for
DsPStrataa Mteratare. A. EJ. MARION. Owner.
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Situated directly on the beach front, with an unob
structed ocean view. Hot and cold se£> water In private
belts.
OPEN THJJ ENTIRE YEAR.
WALTER J. BUZBY.
Atlantis City's Newest HoteL
CHALFONTE
X modern Ten story fireproof hotel, complete In every
respect. On the Beach.
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
Ai Trays Open. . Write for Folder.
THE ST. CHARLES
Directly on the ocean front. Atlantic City. N. J.
Hot and coid salt and fresh water In every bath.
Highest class patronage. Pure art«sian water. Lone dis
tance telephone In rooms. Unexcelled cuisine. Orchestra
ef cololsts. Golf. Room plans, rates, etc . can be seen at
¥9 c..rth Aye. XEWIiIX HAIXES.
HOTEL TRAYMOBE,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Open all year. Directly on Ocean Front. Running- water
la bedrooms. Hot and Cold Salt and Fresh Water Bathe.
■Water from own artesian well. Improved sanitary system.
Geif club privileges.
TRAYMCHB HOTEL COMPANY.
D. S. WHITE,* President.
HOTEL IEOQTJOIS,
rMTcelif; location. OCEAN AND SOUTH CAROLINA
AYE . ATLANTIC CITY, K. J. New and excellent. Ca
pacity 4f«). Fp^clal for Sprlnjr. $12.00 up weekly: $2.50 up
<!sj;y. Elevator. Privaxa and publio baths. Sun parlors,
etc. BwMßt - W. F. SHAW.
W. F. SHAW.
TI. 'm. A 1 „,,,!, Virginia At., near Bench,
iUS A I DCma TIC, Atlantic City, ST. J.
An elegant modern hotel, offering very special spring
rate, ts op weekly. Large. Bunny, steam heatei rooms:
exceiltr.t table; elevator, private baths; 4,000 feet sun
parlors; booklet. J. V. COPE.
THF DPVFDF P " rk planc *' ne »* Beach.
iliC KCVCKC, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
now OPEN. WRITE FOR BOOKLET.
JAM£4 M. MOORS.
* , —
NEW ENGLAND,
SOUTH CAROMS A AYE. AND BEACH,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Larre. siinry rooms, with baths, overlooking the
Board* »Ul Convenient to pier* and all amusements.
Sun parlors, tlevatcrs. ate. Booklet mailed.
BRYAN ti WILLIAM*.
THE rL.Utt.XDON.
OCEAN END OF VIRGINIA AVE^
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Rtor^nß Mard* Xsth. Bookings can now be mad* at
hotel. M- D. NEIMAN.
KAELBOEOUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
•TONE. "BON AND BLATE CONSTRUCTION.
Qalms pre-eminence for its location, construction, COB*
•saieaces and beet New York Patronage.
Capacity 600. sfuflc all year. Golf.
JOSIAH WHITE & SONS, proprietors.
EEEKSHIRE INK,
OCEAN END VIRGINIA AYE.. ATLANTIC CITT. N. J.
Open view; (9 to »1* weekly. $2 to S3 dally i capacity,
•*•; elevator; prlrate baths; long distance 'phones in
ttw.oc. J. O. * J. E. DICKINSOX.
THE QUEEN, ocean gkove.
Hew open. Direct ocean front Steam heat, Sunny ex
{wore. Pleasant rooms. Only artesian water used.
«oklet. Telephone 117. M. F. WISWELL.
" THE PENNHTJEST,
£ Ocean and Michigan Aye.. Atlantle Oty. N. J.
tento* to street sswt Special Winter Rates. BookN*.
\> M Jv HOOD.
THE INN.
I SROWT.-S MILLS-IN-THE-PINEB. NEW-JERSEY.
*=P«rtor to Lakewood as Winter Resort. Unbroken forest
« mile* »:de Veritable Colonial Inn. new and oom
*»t«ly equipped. NOW OPEN.
_ Thirty miles from Philadelphia. 70 miles from ii*w
*«sk. 28 miles from Ocean. Send tor booklet.
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Hot Springs
hew York Office, US Fifth Are.
wavers, baths, hotels and scenery nowhere equalled.
tfcjWsMTlew. coot and nervons «leeaae» core*. Complete
kyii9tt«tfcx*utlc apparatus, new sun parlor, golf. •»»?-
S»« pool, fie a UverV and outdoor pastimes THE NEW
ECiIESTEAD. greatly Improved. is modern In the
ttrfctm sense and j*tronlt»d by th. highest data,
■Nken- cSo. with direct N T. wire.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
«*>ws stop-over at ortogton. Va.. «m through tickets t«
Jtectnnatl. Louisville CWca«o. et. I>JUU and the West.
■» side trip tc Virginia I«rlI «r l! W«J»talt~. ™* —
••auaaa compartment car. rU Waabla«tofcl«w re.
t«6 p. m.. arrives Hprtngs 8.30 a. m.. ■f***™ *!"£
g*waloa tickets at C. L O. cSce, «J2 Broadway, offices
r «a». It. R. and connecting lines. ■ . _
_-' FRgD. STERRT. Manager. Hot Borings. Vs.
rxoara cakou.va.
KENELWOETH INN,
„ BILTMORE. near Ashe«r!l!e. N. C. _ - .'.
.pry. invigorating climate, adjoining Blltrnore =-«tat#.
2P?°"«»Uy fomlihed. Cuisine unsurpassed: orchestra. ,
Iw i l6 " v ".* nr ' l l « ! r. flshlug. Open oil •!'« yew. Write •
** • ZS3OAH B. ■pom Frcßrf«tor.
Tnui Companies.
Guardian
TR EQUITABLE
' JjUJST COMPANY
OT NEWYORJK
Cspltnl. 8,000.000 15 Naesau Btreet
borpltu, 18.00U.960 Equllabl* Bulldln*.
Bankers and Brokers.
N. W. HALSEY & CO.
BANKERS.
— — — «« — _ (
BONDS FOR INVESTMENT.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS.
FISCAL AGENTS FOR CITIES AND CORPORATIONS.
49 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco.
Redmond & Co.
BANKERS.
ISSUE
Letters of Credit
Available In si: part* of the world.
41 WALL STREET. New York.
607 CHESTNUT ST.. Philadelphia.
H. N. Baruch. H. B B-irncb.
BARUCH BROTHERS,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Members New York Coffee Exchange.
27 WILLIAM STREET. NEW YORK.
Telephone ( "SSI Broad. -B^nihlfri" 1
160871 6087 J Barulhelro. 1
INTERNATIONAL NICKEL CO.,
COMMON AND PREFERRED STOCKS.
SUTRO BROS. & CO.,
BANKERS.
25 BROAD STREET, X. T.
MEMBERS OF H. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.
ii ■ 'i
Latest Wire Quotations on
Goldfi.ld & TonopaUi Stocks
We receive wire quotation* on all the active GOLD
FIELD. KUL.LFROG. TONOPAH and KAWICH stocks.
We execute orders to buy or sell In all marirtta st regu
lar commissions. WRITS WIRE or CALL* Dally mar
ket letter giving: all the late neves and comments on the
market and quotations mailed free of charge. We are
strictly commission brokers and can handle large or
- email orders with promptness and dispatch.
We ere not promoter*. an 3 Invite correspondence with
Stock Exchange houses and Individuals. Orders promptly
executed In local market If desired.
O. F, Jonasson & Co.
44-46 Broadway, New York
COMMISSION MINING STOCK BROKEHS.
Bank References.
ORDERS EXECUTED INT
MONTREAL & BOSTON
and CURB STOCKo carried
otLer UUnD O I WOixO on margin,
J. THOMAS REINHARDT,
Telephone 1 c Wall Si tleut York {Correspondence
7438 Cort. $ •« " a » »••! " B " •"■•l Solicited.
Surrogates* Notice*.
TN PURSUANCE OF AX ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New York, nolle* is hewb/ given to all persons having
claims against Reno Count d'Hellaud, late of th 9 City ft
Paris, Republio of France, deceased, to pre.-jenl th» taxiv
with vouoiiers thereof to 'the 6ut>«crilier at his place st
transacting busines*. No. 16 Wall street, in the City of
New York, on or befor» the loin day of August next.
Dated. Now York, the »th day of February, 1906.
THOMAS F. PATTKRSON, Ancillary Executor.
ALEXANDER & GREEN. Attorneys for Qxecutor,
120 Uroadway, New York City.
TX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New- York. No. 'a* is hereby given to all person* having
claims against Eru:l Michel, late of the County of New -
Forte deceased, to present the same, with vouch
thereof to the subesriber, at his place of transacting
business No. S5 Nassau Street, in the City of New- York,
Borough of Manhattan, on ox before the Uth day of
April next. Dated New-York, the 6th day of October.
I9o ** THEODORE BAUMEI3TER. Executor.
THEODOBK BAUMEI3TEIU Executor.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
■*- Frank T. Fitzcerald. a Surrogate of the County of
Yew York, notice Is hereby given to all persona having
claims aeslnst Edward W. Lambert. lat« of the County
of New York decftasid. to pr*eent the same, with vouch
ers thereof, to the subicrlters. at their place of transact
ing business at th* office of Richards & iieald. No. 141
Broa4w*y. Borough of Manhattan In the Cltr of New
York, on or before the 31st day of March next
Limited New York, the 15th day of September. 190*.
uai EAMUEL W. LAMBERT. 1
MARTHA \V. LAMBERT. \ Executors.
ALEXANDER LAMBERT. J
HICHARDB & HEALD. Attorneys for Executors, 141
Broadway, licrough of Manhattan. City of New Tork.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OP HON.
*- Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
Kew York. Notice Is hereby given to all persons having
claims against Emma H. Crocker, late of Ramseys. In the
County of Bergen and State of New Jersey, deceased, to
nresent the «am». with vouchers thereof, to the sub-lj
bribers at their place of transacting business. No. 23
Broad Street (Room 1.809). in the Borough of Manhattan.
In The City of New York, on or before the 23rd day or
M Dated 3 York, tha 16th day of September. 1904.
GEORGE CROCKER. |
ALEXANDER H. RUTHERFORD, I Executor*.
ALICE H. RUTHERFORD. J
HAWKINS & DELAFIELD. Attorneys for EKeoutora.
Notice of Summons.
SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK, NEW
York County.— Marie Meyer. Plaintiff, against
Mirh- el Meier. Defendant. Summons. Action for abso
irte divorce. To the above named Defendant: You are
hVrebT summoned to answer the complaint in this action.
an<f to serve a copy of your answer on the Plaintiffs
attorney! within twenty days after the service of this
surrmons exclusive of the day of service: and In case of
En failure to appear, or answer. Judgment will be
fs^en against you by default for the relieX demanded in
"na^w' Tor*. i*«»>VSBIT & HlLr^iT,
v>i.tntlfTs Attorneys, Office and Post Office Address. No.
Pta -i. BroVdway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
T« Michael Meyer. Defendant: The foregoing summons
i. »i*«l upon you by publication, pursuant to an order
l , «™^ahl» Charles F. Mac Lean, Ju.tice of the Supreme
(•imTt°»i«"' New York, dated the 28lh day of
Fahrua»- 1005 and filed with the complaint in the offlo.
or %?Clerk of the County of New York, at th» County
Court House, in the Borough of Manhattan. City of New
l!_£ *£"* 2na# 19 ° 3 HILLQUIT & HILLQUIT.
AilSSvs for Plaintiff. Office ana Post Office Address. No.
3?0 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, New York City.
Winter Resorts.
CALIFORNIA.
A Country of Scenic Sur=
prises
From
KEW OnLEASS TO SAX FRANCISCO
Sunset Express
OF THE
Southern Pacific
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NEW-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. .MARCH IT. 1005.
Trustee
The Greene Cold-Silver Company. Bnccrported under the laws of West Virginia, November
10, 1902. Capitalization 1,500,000 shares, par value $1O each.
W. C. Greene,
Mark L. Sperry,
Myron M- Parker,
Alfred Romer,
E. B. Tustin,
A. C* Latimer,
W. C. Greene, President M. L. Sperry, Vice-President
E. J. Gates, Treasurer R. A. Jones, Secretary
Transfer Agent: Registrar:
North American Trust Company The New York Trust Company
DEPOSITARIES:
Guardian Trust Company Shoe & Leather National Bank
New York New York
NEW YORK COUNSEL: MEXICAN COUNSEL:
Norton Chase, of Herrick, Farren, Chase & Pennie Don Tomas Macmanus, City of Mexico
L. D. Baldwin, of Criggs, Baldwin tic Baldwin A. B. Fail, El Paso, Texas
CONSULTING ENGINEER:
Frank KSepetko
THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER OOiPAiY
AT PAR, SI O PER SHARE
PURBUANT TO ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING>UNDS FOR ENLARGING ITS OPERATION? AND INCREASING ITS RE
DUCTION CAPACITY, THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY OFFERS FOR SALE 100,003 SHARES OF TREASURY STOCK AT PAR. $10 PER SHARE, PAYMENT TO BE MADE
ONE-HALF ($5 PER SHARE) CASH AT THE TIME OF SUBSCRIPTION, $5.00 PAYABLE JULY 15, 1905.
SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE COMPANY, 24 BROAD STREET, CITY OF NEW YORK, UNTIL 12 O'CLOCK NOON, APRIL 15, 1905.
The Company reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. In case of over-subscriptions, stock will be allotted in the order in which subscriptions are recstved.
The Greene Gold-Silver Company will take over, work and develop mines of gold, sliver, cepper, tin and lead located under the concession granted to its President, W, C. Greene, by
the Mining Department of Mexico, duly approved and ratified by the President and Congress of the Republic, December 3, 1904.
THIS CONCESSION IS THE LARGEST AND MOST VALUABLE MINING CONCESSION EVER GRANTED TO ANY INDIVIDUAL OR CORPORATION, GIVING THE SOLE
RIGHT TO LOCATE MINERAL OF ANY KIND OVER AN AREA OF 4,000 SQUARE MILES OF WHAT HAS LONG BEEN KNOWN AS THE RICHEST MINERAL SECTION OF
MEXICO. THE CONCESSION IS RECOGNIZED AMONG MINING MEN AS BEING OF ALMOST INCALCULABLE VALUE.
IN ADDITION TO THIS CONCESSION, THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY ALSO OWNS A LARGE NUMBER OF PROVED AND DEVELOPED GOLD, SILVER AND COP
PER MINES, AMONG WHICH MAY BE MENTIONED THE MULATOS GOLD MINE, SITUATED NEAR THE LINE OF SONERA. WHICH HAS LONG BEEN NOTED AS ONE OF
THE LARGEST QUARTZ GOLD DEPOSITS IN THE WORLD, HAVING PRODUCED MANY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS. AND BEING AS YET SCARCELY TOUCHED.
The 60-ton mill now upon this property will be replaced by a modern plant having a capaoity for treating 2,500 tons of ore daily. The ne.v mill will be equipped with the latest and most
approved machinery, and will show very large profits Immediately upon completion.
The Mulatos mines are developed sufficiently to provide ore for a plant of this capacity for many years.
THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY ALSO OWNS THE GUAYNOPITA COPPER MINES, IN THE STATE OF CHIHUAHUA, UPON WHICH A LARGE AMOUNT OF WORK
IS BEING DONE. AND AN ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF ORE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED. THE RUINS OF OVER 200 OF THE OLD SMELTERS OF THE ANCIENTS ARE STILL. TO 3S
SEEN ON THIB PROPERTY.
The Can.nea and Guaynoplta ware the two copper mines worked by th© Indians before the oonquest of Mexico by the Spaniard*. The Guaynopita ore. carry good values in gold and
silver, In addition to high percentages of oopper. Specifications for new copper smelters, of a capacity of 500 tons daily, are being prepared for thi* company.
THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY ALSO OWNS THE FAMOUS SANTA JULIANA. BALVANERA, GUADALUPE, RINCON AND RONQUILLO GROUP OF WINES IN
JESUS MARIA, CHIHUAHUA. THESE MINES ARE FAMOUS AS HAVING BEEN AMONG THE LARGEST GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCERS IN MEXICO, OVER $120,000,000 HAVING
BEEN EXTRACTED FROM THE SURFACE WORKINGS OF THIS COMPANY, NOTWITHSTANDING THE DISTANCE FROM TRANSPORTATION, CRUDE APPLIANCES AND THS
HOSTILITY OF APACHE INDIANS, WHO FORMERLY INFESTED THIS SECTION.
A double-track drainage tunnel is now being driven, which will unwater the mine 1,500 feet below the lowest working, th« Santa Juliana being the only mine of the group that ha.
been worked below the water level.
THE ORE BODIES ARE VERY LARGE, THE ORE AVERAGING, BY MILL RUN, FROM $40 TO $50 PER TON IN GOLD AND SILVER VALUES. A MILL OF THE C EN
TRATING CAPACITY OF 1,000 TONS DAILY WILL BE PLACED ON THE PROPERTY, AND THESE MINES WILL AGAIN RANK AS THE LARGEST GOLD-SILVER PROPERTY IN
MEXICO.
In addition to these proved valuable mines, the Greene Gold-Silver Company owns the Boluda group of gold mines, the Veta Grande, Square, Compass and Old Vid«, and many other
promising properties as yet only partially developed, but showing large bodies of ore.
The Company will also buy, sell and work other mines, custom # ores, &c, &c
The Aros and Yaqul Rivers furnish unlimited water, with ample fall for power purposes, enabling electrioal power to be utilized at all the Company's properties.
THROUGH ITS SUBSIDIARY COMPANIES CONCESSIONS FOR IMPORTATION OF MATERIAL, FREE OF DUTY, EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION, AC, HAVE BEEN OS
TAINED. THE BEST TALENT AVAILABLE WILL BE EMPLOYED IN THE MINING AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS.
AMPLE CAPITAL HAS BEEN PROVIDED, SUFFICIENT FOR THE FULL DEVELOPMENT OF ITS VARIOUS MINES. THE DIRECTION AND MANAGEMENT IS COMPOSED
OF ACTIVE PRACTICAL, SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MEN, MANY OF WHOM HAVE HAD LARGE EXPERIENCE IN MINING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, AND THE PLANS OF THE
MANAGEMENT HAVE BEEN LAID IN A BROAD AND COMPREHENSIVE MANNER, WITH THE OBJECT OF MAKING OF THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY THE LARGEST
AND MOST SUCCESSFUL MINING CORPORATION ON THE CONTINENT.
The capitalization is low, as compared with the extent and value of the property.
The building of the Rio Grande, Sierra Madre and Pacific Railroad, which has In operation 160 miles from El Paso to Terrazas, and whioh Is now under construction by Mr. Greene and
his associates from Terrazas to Deidriok, 135 miles further, will afford cheap transportation to the mines of the Company. The inaccessibility of these properties and the distance from the
railroad have been the greatest obstacles to the development of these mines in the past.
500 000 shares, with th© par value of $5,000,000, have been placed in the treasury for the development of the property.
500C0 SHARES OF TREASURY STOCK HAVE ALREADY BEEN PURCHASED BY THE DIRECTORS, AT PAR, REALIZING $500,000 IN CASH. WHICH. WITH THE PROCEEDS
OF THE ADDITIONAL 100,000 SHARES NOW OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC, WILL PLACE IN THE TREASURY $1,500,000, AVAILABLE AS NEEDED FOR COMPANY PURPOSES, TO
GETHER WITH $3,500,000 PAR VALUE OF TREASURY STOCK WHICH CAN BE SOLD IN THE FUTURE, IF NECESSARY, AT PRICES MUCH ABOVE PAR.
Prospectus, reports, maps, subscription blanks, etc., will be mailed upon application.
MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE ORDER OF E. J. GATES, TREASURER, OR W. C. GREENE, PRESIDENT, OF THE GREENE GOLD-SILVER COMPANY. 24 BROAD
STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
SloM-SbeflleW Steel and Iron Co.
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE THIS
■*• day declared a dividend of ONB AND TIIRJSE
QUARTERS (l%i'«) per cent, upon the Preferred Stock .of
the Company out of earnings, payable April the Jrd. juua,
at the office of the Guaranty Trust Company of New /York,
to stockholders of record at the closing of the books.
Transfer books will be closed at three o'clock P. M. on
March the 22nd, and reopened on the morning of April the
4.th. 1905. c Ix MORRIS.' Secretary and Treasurer.
Hth March. 1005. _^
Slosß-ShcdneUl Ste<-1 nnd Iron Co. _____
rpHB BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE THIS
-^ .lay declared a. semi-annual dividend of TWO AND
ONB-HALF (2H7c) per cent upon the Common Stock of
the Company out of earnings, payable April th« 3rd. 1005.
at the office of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York,
to stockholders of record -t the closing of .the books.
Transfer books will be closed at three o clock P. M. in
March the 22nd, and reopened on the morning of April
4th. 1905. MORRIS. Secretary and Treasurer.
l«th March 1006.
THE JEOLIAN, WEBER PIANO AND PIANOLA
OQ M PA** * •
ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Dl
•"■ rectors, held this day, the regular quarterly dividend
of one and three-quarters (I**) per cent was declared
upon the Preferred Stock of the Company, . payable the
Slat Inst. Transfer books will be closed March £4th. and
reopened April 2nd. 1005. Wit E. WHEELOCK.
March 8. I**. , TreASurer.
Railway Steel Spring Company,
71 Broadway. New York. F«by. 21st. 19011.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF ONE AND
""• THP-EE-QUARTERS PEIi CENT. (I**%) has this
day been declared on the Preferred Stock of this Com
pany payable March 20th, 1905, to stockholders of record
March 10th. a: the Metropolitan Trust Company of toe
City of New York. 49 Wall Street. New York City.
Transfer books of the Preferred Stock will be closed on
Maroh 10th and reopened on March -Ist, 1905.
M RAILWAY STEEL SPniNQ CO.
JAMES C. BEACH. Treasurer.
HOMKBTAKK MINING CO.
MM» Building 16 Broad Street
New York, March 18th. 1009.
"niVIDEND NO. 875 <OF FIFTY (50) CENTS
*-* per share ha* been declared, payable at th« Transfer
Agency tn New York on the SSth ItUrt.
Transfer book* cloaa on the 20th tint.
Tran«« WJOK " j;8BUj ;BBU ; Uy 4* CX>.. Transfer Ajaat*.
Financial.
Dividend Notices.
Finan rial.
* DIRECTORS.
Chas. W. Mackey,
Jacob Weidmann,
Albert B. Fall,
James VV. Rowland,
Dr. Franz Meyer,
T. Ster.-.feld,
Dividend Notices.
SOITHKRX KAU.WAY COMPANY.
SO BROADWAY. New York. March 8. 1906.
A DIVIDEND OF TWO AND ONE-HALF
PER CENT. <2',iCi) out of accumulated income has
this flay been declared on the PKBrTSRRED STOCK of
the Company, payable April 17. lUOS, to stockholders of
record at the close of business March 25. 1905.
The Drefe-red stock transfer' books will close at 12
o'clock noon on Saturday. March 25 liK>6, and will reopea
at 10 o'clock A. M. on il.nday. April 17. IDO6.
R. D. LAXKFOKD, Secretary.
23 Wall Street, New York. March 8. 1805.
The transfer books of the voting Trustees for Preferred
Stock Trust Certificates of the Southern Railway Otl.
WHICH HAVE ASSENTED TO THE EXTENSION
AGREEMENT OF AUGUST 27. 1002. will close at 12
o'clock noon on Saturday. March £5; 19U5. and will re
open at 10 o'clock A. M. oft Monday. April IT, 1005.
On April 17. 1805. the Voting Trustees will be pre
pared to distribute th« above dividend of TWO AND
ONE-HALF PER CENT. <2*? t ). when received by them,
among the parties entitled thereto, as same appear of
record on their books when closed as above.
. J. P. AiOKUAN « CO.,
Agents for Voting Trustee*.
OTIS ELEVATOR COSIPAN^'.
17 Battery Place, N. T. Lit} 1 , aiaich 15 190 R.
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OP THE OTIS
A ELBVATOH COMPANY has this day declared a
quarterly dividend of SI. PElt SHAKE upon the Pre
ferred Stock of the Company, payable at this office on
April 15, luoii. to the Preferred Stockholders of record at
the close of business March 31, IMS.
COMMON DIVIDEND NO. 8.
They have also declared a dividend of |2.tti> PER
SHAKE out of the t.ct milts accumulated previous to
January 1. 1005, upon the Common Stock of the Company,
payable at this office April 15, 1905, to Common Stock
holders of record at the close of business on March 31.
1005
LTNDE BELKNAP. Treasurer.
Office of
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company.
Richmond. Virginia. March 14. 1&06.
DIVIDI£NI> NO. :(«.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE THIS
•*• day declared & dividend of TWO v2T<> PER CENT.,
the •ame 1*1"* quarterly dividend Number 88 on the out
•tumllnie Preferred Stock of this Company, payable April
IB li).* when divider..! checlct will 1 ■•• moiled t.> alt
preferred stockholders of record at the closo of business
Ol Th"b£okt for the transfer of Preferred Stock will ha
closed at 3 T. M. Friday. March Slat, until 10 A, M.
Monday, April 17. 1906. - TRAVEII3. Tr.MUr.rv
P. L. Kimberly,
Calen L. Stone,
R. W. Pillsbury,
Bird S. CoSer,
George J. Kobusch,
Leonard D. Baldwin,
OFFICERS:
Copartnership Notices.
•\fR. ASHTON C. LAWRENCE, MEMBER OF
•*"■ the New York Stock Exchange. la this day admitted
to our firm. ORVIB BROTHERS & CO.
New York. March 16. IP«V '
ri-VHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
*" York by the grace of God. free and Independent, to
Eugenic E. Dale. Percy R. Klnc. Paulfn* L. Stockton.
Anne Vandervuort Savage, John Oothout. Marie J. Oot
h<H.t" Henry Oothout Mlllikln. Anna F. Robinson. Antolne
Lent'lhon Foster, Antrnia E. Feiser. Edward S. Lent 11
hon. Eugene U. Lontlliion. Julia R. Lentllhon. Adminis
tratrix of William A. Lentllhon, deceased; Pauline
d? T Lentllh.m. Z«lla L. Wheeler. Emily U OUford.
Eugene Lentllhon. Marie «• Tours Boynton J->»eph
Leniiihon. Hush Kennedy Mllllkln. Pauline Leonie Lentil
hfn Mlana Lentllhon Crook. Edward D*tmol<l LenlUhon.
Mary O. Janavray. Jacob J. Janeway. Edward Q. Jane
wav Mathllde B. E. Weyer. George H. Janeway. Emily
L W.-ndelL I^oulae E. Dv Pont Crownlnshlald. Henry F.
Dv Pont, Kmtly U. Janeway. American Surety Company
of New York, and to the heirs and next of kin of de
ceased whose name* and places of residence are unknown.
and to all persons Interested In the Estate of William L.
Smith law of the County of New York, deceased. as
creditors, next Of kin or otherwise, tend greeting: You
and each of you are hereby cited and required personally
to be and appear before our Surrogate of the County of
New York, at the Surrogates" Court of saW County, held
at the County Court House In the County of New York,
un the 23th day of April. 1006. at half-past ten o'clock In
the forenoon of that day. then and there to attend a
Judicial settlement of the account of proce<-d'n«« of George
11. Janeway, en Administrator with the Will annexe*) of
the goods, chattel* and err llts of said deceased; and such
of you as are hereby rltel as are under the age of
twenty-one years are required to appear by your guar
dian. If you have one, or If you have none, to appear and
"apply for one to be appointed, or In the event of your
neglect or failure to d> so. a guardian will be appointed
by the Surrogate to represent ana act for you In the
proceeding. In tettlmoay whereof we have) reused the
r-'-il cf the Surrogates 1 Court of the said County of New
York to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. Abncr C.
Thomas, a Surrogate of our said County, at the County
of New York, the 4th day of March, In the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and five.
JAMKS Ai DONNELLY.
(U. 8.) Clerk of the Surrogates" Court.
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