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• ' TV ABASH. |
Mor.th of F'-r-ruary-
V um b« of tnile« 2.567 2,338 2,324
Or.x'« eareinss ?1.r.Tr..769 f1.522.941 J1.51rt.612
Operating e*pea*s« I.STI.SIO 1.376,779 1.216.590
N*t earning* '. -8.959 y $ 146,162 $300,016
July I to F. 1 2S —
Grc*i> earnings $17.r».75» $15.r.«1,05l $14,034,651
Operatlnf expenses..., U.BW.6U 11>i3,«49 Ut.105.777
Net earclnc* * ram., $3.33».K« J3.747.432 $3,025,874
LOUISIANA AND ARKANSAS.
ilor.th cf February — 1905. 1004. Chance*.
Gross eußlnsa *.'.1>.720 $«S.:«1 D«c.?14.671
O*»eratir.K expenses and
taxes .'...■■■■■■■' ».«• 89,557 Dec. 1,063
v- *arr.iro *12.264 $25,704 «5.440
Other Jr.cc^r ...... 44« 2.414 Dec. 1,968
Total !n-ome $12,710 $25*,11S Dee.sls,4oS
Fixed charges .... U. 3.'.0 11.243 Inc. 107
BurphU v .... f 1.2*50 $13,873 ?15,51S
Grel y ».™iW.'.". -- '$527.«54 . $43C.C99 1nc.51«0.9C5
Oneiatlnc expenses and
taxes ...T 333.C5P , 327.190 Inc. 0.469
Vet earnings - $l!M".or« $109,509 1nc. 984.493 I
Otter income 17.753 13,754 In.o. 3.998
Total- Ineon*/* ... $211,757 SMB.3AR 1nc.5R9.494 I
Rirt i -.-.4... .v.., 75.167 Int. 12.633
SuT? j», $15>.»57 $45,096 1nc.575,561
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PIG IRON CERTIFICATES.
rig Iron Quotations Ram:
FIRST CALL— A. M.
<** ..:. *t-«Sp£ Bid. Asked.
Man-h .*.".'ti«« l«Go'.Tun« 1« *• It***
April 1645 1660 July 1865 I' °°
FECOND CALL— 2 I*. M.
Bid Asked ! Bi<^ Asked.
Marc* $l«4O $1««> June $1650 $17 00
April l«4O 16«» ; Ju!y ■• — li IV
May i KM 16M>,
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
T.BY TELEGRArIt to THE TRIBUNE.]
Cliicaro. March SO.— The wheat market recovered
In the 'last hour to-day from the depression that
prevailed up to that time, and closing prices showed
May *ie aJi'l September feC higher, with July He
lcwVr. the latter being about 1c above the lowest It
reached in the for' no,,;-.. Nothing was changed In
the generally pplrndid outlook for the next crop,
and the improvement in the price near the end
merely represented the oversold condition of the
mnrket. The shorts took fright at the strength of
corn near the end on the- report that MB boatloads
of the latter had been aoM for export. Corn, after
■ weak time in the forenoon, closed strong at a
recovery of about '^c from Qm lowest point touched
earlier, but still a little lower than final prices of
the day before. Oats lost •«':. Provisions closed
from unchanged for ribs to from CVjc to 6c lower for
lard and perk.
Thera was a spirit of caution observed by the
Fellers of July and September wheat, who had
made the instability of tho weather at all times,
and more especially in the early spring. May wheat
was -merely used as a sort of steering apparatus in
the hands of the individual who is at present acting
as cliauffeur to the machine. Local receipts were
23 cars, compared with 19 last year. May closed at
$1 lPi: the highest wti<> ?1 13% and the lowest $112.
July sold from iV.ic to W"«=. closing at SS?go to SB%c.
Th* marker for corn suffered again from the excel
lence »t the weather, weakness of wheat and the
liberal receipts. a gTeat business was done, as
prices yielded to the pressure from all sides. Local
receipts were 322 cars, of which 27 were contract
and 12 ears of th» latter Brad* were transferred
from private purses. Shipments benoa -were 661,000
bushels. Estimate of to-morrow's local receipts
was 235 cars. May closed at the top — jt^c. Th©
lowest was 4C'-4c The range of July was from
•45 s feC to 4~\?c. closing at 47 a 6 c to 471-0.
The oat market .followed the downward tendency
of other grains. Business was light compared with
previous days this week, trading 1 being mostly
local and of a scalping character. Covering by
shorts was the feature of the market. Receipts
were 121 cars, and 157 cars estimated for to-morrow.
Shipments were 1 !;.>'"■• bushels. After selling: as
high as ZPf-i to 2SV2C and as low as 29c. May closed
at 23 s«c.5 «c. The highest for July was 23^c. the lowest,
2S'»c; the close was TP\<s to 29«ic.
Provisions held fairly steady at a slight decline
from the previous close. Trade was mostly confined
to ribs. The weakness in corn brought out consid
erable long product, and the unloading of this com
pletely swamped the market for a tini". and prices
eased oft. Offerings were sonn cleaned up and a
slight reaction took place as packers were support-
In? the market through brokers. May pork sold
from JI2C7' V off to $12{/7' 2 . and reacted to $12 60;
July gold from fIiTT off ttfslZ7», May lard sold
from J7lO off tr> 17 07M> and July from J7 274, off to
$T"22>,£. May ribs sold from fCS£4 to 1616. off to
$5 SO to $6iC!-2 and reacted to 56923&J July sold* from
SITZy, to 5715 off to $710, and reacted to $7 10 to
J7 j2't>. Hoar receipts were 32,000 head, and prices at
the yards were Ze a <"".
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Financial.
TO THF. HOLDERS OF
WABASH DEBENTURE BONDS, "SERIES B"
At the request of holders of , a large number of bonds, the undersigned hay«
eouseitted to act as a Committee to secure an adjustment of the claims for in
terest upon Debenture Bonds. "Scries B," of The Wabash Railroad Company.
Bondholders desirinp to join in these proceedings nre requested to sign an
agreement, copies of which may be obtained by inch Bondholders on applir>at!on
to Henry Evans, at No. 40 Cedar Street, nr at the office of the United States Mort
gage & Trust Company, No. f>r. Odnr Street, New York City.
HENRY KVANS.
President Continental Insurance Co..
DAVID RrMSEV. 48 Cedar Street
2G Liberty Street. HENRY K. POMROY.
Secretary to the Committee. Pomroy Brothers, 25 Pine Street.
GKORGE M. CI'MMING,
Vice-President fnited States Mortgage
& Trust Company. H Cedar Street.
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AND
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Dividend Notices. ■
Southern Pacific Company,
120 Broadway, New York.
Coupons due April 1. 1905, from following bonds will
be paid on and after that date at this office, namely:
Central Pacific Rjr. Co., Through Short line First
Mortgage 4-.
Central Texas & Northwestern By. Co., First Mort
gage 6s.
Houston & Texas Central R. K. Co., Consolidated Mort
gage 6s.
Houston & Texas Central K. R. Co., General Mortgage
4s.
Morgan's Louisiana & Texas R. R. & S. 8. Co., First
Mortgage 7s. -; .
Northern Railway Co., First Mortgage s*.
New York, Texas & Mexican Ry. Co., First Mortgage 6».
New York, Texas & Mexican Rj . Co., First Mortgage 4s.
Southern Pacific Branch Rj\ Co., First Mortgage 6s.
Southern Pacific R. R. Co. (of Cal.). First Mortgage 6s.
A. K. VAN DEVENTER,
Assistant Treasurer.
AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY
Twenty-fourth Quarterly Dividend
Notice is hereby given that the quarterly dividend of
One and Three-Quarters Per Cent (l\Tc) on the Pre
ferred Capital Stock of the American Woolen Company
will be. paid on the 15th of April, 1905, to stockholders
of record at the clnea of business April 1, 1005.
Transfer books for Preferred Stock will he closed at the
close of business April 1, 1005, and will be reopened
April 17. 1905. ; WM. M. WOOD, Treasurer.
Boston, Mass.. March 20. 180 S.
THE .*;<)!. LAN, WEHKK PIANO AND PIANOLA
COMPANY.
J^T A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Dl
■^ rectors, held this day. the regular quarterly dividend
of one and thrpe-quartera <l?i) per cent was declared
upon the Preferred >' ; k ot.the Company, livable the
81st inst. Transfer books Will be closed . March 24th. and
reopened April laid. IDCS. WM. E. WHEEU3CK.
March 8, 1900. • Treasurer.
RAILWAY STEEL-SPRING COMPANY. -
71 Broadway, New York. March 2nd. 1903.
J^ DIVIDEND OF TWO PER CENT. HAS
}{ this day been declared on the Common stock of this
Company, payable April 3rd. 1!K)5. to stockholders of
record March 2.°.rd, at the Metropolitan Trust Company
of the City of New York. 49 Wall Street, New York City.
Transfer books; of the Common stock will be closed
on March 23id and reopened on April 4th 1905.
RAILWAY STEEI^-SPRING COMPANY.
-JAMES C. BEACH, Treasurer.
THE DELAWARE, LACK A WANNA & WESTERN
K. R. CO.
Xew York. March 30 190«.
A- DIVIDEND OF TWO AND ONE-HALF
~ <2 1 s) pf-r cent will be paid April 2Oth, 1905.
Th« transfer books will clos«> at 3 p. m., April 3rd and
reopen April 20th. IMS. FRED F. CHAMBERS.
Secretary and Treasurer.
PKORIA * EASTERN RAILWAY CO.
DV ORDER OF THE HOARD OF DIRECT
ors of this company FOl'R PER CENT INTEREST
will be paid upon its Income Mortgage Bonds at the of
fice of Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co.. New York, on April 1,
1905, upon surrender of the coupons then maturing.
CHARLES F. COX, Treasurer.
THE HALL SIGNAL COMPANY
TWENTY-FIRST QUARTERLY
DIVIDEND COMMON STOCK.
New York. March 2.".rd 1908.
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF ONE AND
""- ONE-HALF PER CENT (1%%) upon the common
stock of this Company has been declared payable April
Ist. 1905. to stockholders of record at the close of business
March 27. IMB. The transfer books will close March
27th. and reopen April 3rd, IMS.
R. K. WALLER. Secretary.
ANNUAL. DIVIDEND PREFERRED STOCK.
New York, March 23rd 1008
rpHB ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF Sltf PER
CENT WSH upon the preferred stock of this Com
pany ha« been declared payable April Ist. I!*-?), to stock
holders of record at the close of business March 27, 1905.
The transfer books will close March 27th, and reopen
April 3rd, IMS. R. K. WALLER. Secretary.
NEW YORK CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER RAIL-!
ROAD CO.
Office of the Treasurer. New York, March 22nd. 1905.
rr»HE BOARD OF , DIRECTORS OF THIS
X Company has declared a dividend of ONE AND
ONE-QUARTER PER CENT on its capital stock, paya
ble at this offloe on the 15th day of April next, to stock
holders of record at the close of business on Friday, the
3ist laat.
For the purpose of the annual election of Directors of
this Company, which will be held on the l«th day of
April next, th« transfer books will be closed at 3 o'clock
p. m. on Friday, th ■ Slat Inst., and reopened at 10
o'clock a. m. on Thursday, April 20th, next.
EDWARD L. ROS6ITER. Treasurer.
THE GALLATIN NATIONAL HANK OF THE CITY i
OF NEW YORK.
THE 145 TH CONSECUTIVE BBMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND
New York, March 29. 1908.
rpilE DIRECTORS OF THIS BANK HAVE
(this day declared a dividend of SIX PER CENT.,
free of tax. payable on and after April 6th proximo to
stockholders; of record at 3 P. M. to-day.
. . GEORGE E. LEWIS. Cashier.
FRANKLIN* TRUST COMPANY.
Dividend No. 5«.
Brooklyn, N. V.. March Bth. 190.V
rpHB BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAS THIS
-^ day declared a quarterly dii 1.-nd of S per cent upon
the capital stock of this Comp-iny, payable March :(lst
1906. to stockholder* of record at closing of the transfer
hooks. iTansfer boolcs will be closed from 3pm
March 21. I»US, until >> a. m. A-.ril let. 1005.
CROW ELL HADDEN. Jr., Secretary.
OFFICE OF THE
NEW YORK DOCK COMPANY.
New York. March 21st, 1905
The Board of Directors has declared a dividend of
ONE PER CENT, on the Preferred Stock of this Com
pany, payable April 15th to stockholders of record at
the close of business on April 1. 1&05.
GEO. E. SPENCER, Treasurer.
Evaasville and Terr* Haute Railroad Co.
Coupons due April Ist. 1305.
Will be paid at maturity upon presentation at the
office of Bankers' Trust Company. 7 Wall Street. New
Yorlc. X". Y. C. W. HILLARD,
Treasurer.
Financial Meetings.
NEW TORK. < HI'AikTX^ST^LoTTs^ CO. "'
rpilE TRANSFER BOOKS OF THIS COM
pany will be »Wed at I o'clock p. m.. on Wednes
day. April sth, H«>." preparatory to the annual meeting
Of stockholders to be held May 3d. and will be reopened
on Thursday.- May 4th. IMB
CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
ITT , MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD CO . '
r£Hh TRANSFER BOOKS OF THIS COM
pany will he closed at 3 o'clock p. m.. on Wednes
day. Apni r,t/i, 1& " r>1 preparaton to the annual meeting
of stockholders i,, be held May 4th. and will he reopened
an Friday, Ma; „r>., iuic,
CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
•Tr. l^£ D r£Jl ( ? I lH.£ MICHIGAN .SOUTHERN RY. CO.
rpHE TRANSFER BOOKS OF THIS COM
a« v pany win be rloaad at 3 o'clock V- "• • on \Vedn« B
?si.^K',m'? si .^K',m' ' . "'" Preparatory to the annual meeting:
CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer. '
XEW-YOIJK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. MARCH 31. IMS.
Financial.
Spring Resorts.
NEW-JERSEY.
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. .
Situated directly on the beach front, with an antib
strutted ocean view. Hot and cold sea water in prlvatt
baths.
OPEN TiI EJ ENTIRE YEAR.
WALTER J. BUZBT.
HOTEL RUDOLF,
Atlantic City, N. J. Open all the rtar.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS.
Largest and most complete hotel In th« city.
Ocean front.
Rooms with hot and cold sea and fresh water, baths con
necting.
Broad piazzas. 500 feet long. Weekly dano?; social featu ••.
N. Y. Rep.. 269 Fourth Aye.. 10 to a. Phone 6.2*1—
mercy. • :
Six o'clock dinners. Orchestra. Crt.VS. R. MYERS. Prcpr.
P^f — •THE'"'* 1 !
f Grand Atlantic—"-" J
IJ Rooms with sea water and Long Dis. Phones. U
X Sun parlors. Orchestra. $2.50 daily. |i 2JI
N weekly. .Y. Office 2Sq 4 th Aye. Write for ll
4 1905 booklet. Cap. 700. a. c. mitchhi.l a co. I
boscobel
O-ean end of Kentucky Aye.. Atlantic City, N. J.
Every known howl appointment. Cuisine and service,
unexcelled. Rooms tingle or en suite, with baths. Run
ning water in rooms. Capacity 350. Terms $12 up
weekly. Highest Class New-York Patronage. Write for
illustrated literature. A. B. MARION, Owner.
SEASIDE HOUSE, I
Atlantic City, N. J.
BEST LOCATION ON THE OCEAN FRONT.
F. P. COOK & SON.
HOTEL islesworth ,
ON THE BEACH AT VIRGINIA AVENUE.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. ,T.
OPPOSITE THE FAMOUS STEEL PIER.
SEA WATER IN ALL BATHS.
•PHONES IN ROOMS. ORCHESTRA.
SPECIAL SPRING RATES. »2.50 AND UP PER DAY;
$15.00 AND UP PER WEEK.
NEW YORK REPRESENTATIVE, Hotel Bristol, 123
<Bth St., 10 to 12 A. M.. 4 to 6 P. M. Tel. 4910—
OSBORNE & PAINTER
ATLANTIC CITY'S NEWEST HOTEL.
CHALFONTE,
A modern ten etory fireproof Hotel, complete In every re
spect. On the Beach. .
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
Always open. Write for folder.
THE st. CHARLES
Directly on the ocean front. Atlantic City. N. J.
Hot and cold salt and fresh water in every bath.
Highest class patronage. Pure artesian water. Lone dis
tance telephone in rooms. Unexcelled cuisine. Orchestra
of solo!sia. Golf. Room plans, rates, etc.. can be teen at
2SO Fourth Aye. NEWL.I* HAIXES.
TL. A ]V-1,4,»V -1 ,4,» Virginia Ay., near Beach.
Ihe Albemarie, Atlantic City. >-. J
An elegant modern hotel, offering very special spring
rate. $8 up weekly. Large, ninny, steam heated rooms;
excellent table; elevator, private baths; 4.011 feet sun
parlors; booklet. J. P. COPE.
THC nCX^CDIC Park Flare, near Beach.
Inn KCVCKC, ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
NOW OPEN. WRITE FOR BOOKLET.
» — •-" — ' -; JAMES M. MOORE.
HOTEL GLADSTONE,
DIRECTLY ON THE BDACH,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Unobstructed ocean view from every room. Southern
exposure. Sunny rooms., with batba, en suite. Salt
water in all baths. Commodious sun parlors. Write
for booklet.
N. J. COLLINS.
HOTEL TRAYMORE,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Open all year. Directly on Ocean Front. Running water
in bedrooms. . Hot and Cold Salt and Fresh Water Baths.
Water from own artesian well. Improved sanitary sys
tem. Gc»^f club privileges.
TRAYMORE HOTEL COMPANY.
D. 8. WHITE, President,
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
STONE. "RON AND SLATE CONSTRUCTION.
Claims pre-eminence for its location, construction, con.
veniences and best New York Patronage. •
Capacity too. Music all year. Golf.
JOSIAH WHITE & SONS, proprietor*.
THE PEKNHTJRST,
Ocean end of Michigan a\e.. Atlantic City, N. J. — Rooms
en suite, with baths. Long distance telephone in rooms
Elevator to street level., '"tooklet mailed. W. R* HOOD!
NEW ENGLAND. .
SOUTH CAROLINA AVB. AND BEACH,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Large, sunny rooms., with baths, overlooking the
Boardwalk. Convenient to piers and all amusements.
Bun parlors, elevators, etc. Special Spring rates. Book
let mailed. BRYAN & WILLIAMS.
THE CLARENDON.
OCEAN END OF VIRGINIA AYE.,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Two minutes' walk from Steel Pier. Sun parlors and
all modern appointments. M. D. NBIMAN.
NEW HOTEL PIERREPONT,
OCEAN END NEW JERSEY AYE..
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Rooms en suite, with salt water baths. All modern
appointments. Auto meets train.
A. C. M'CLELLAN & SON.
BERKSHIRE INN,
OCEAN END VIRGINIA AYE.. ATLANTIC CITY N. J.
Open view; $9 to »1«» weekly. $2 to $3 daily; capacity,
800; elevator; private baths; long distance 'pltonea lv
rooms, etc. J. O. &. J. E. DICKINSON.
THE .QUEEN, °^,s«<>ve.
Now open. Direct ocean front. Steam heat. Sunny ex- I
posure. Pleasant rooms. Only artesian water used. I
Booklet. Telephons 137. M. P. WISWELL.
HOTEL MAJESTIC. i
Virginia, Aye.. third house from Beach. Atlantic City N J '
Special rate?, $2 per day and upward; $10 per week and
upward. Elevator from street level. Booklet mailed.
SAMUEL F. ELLIS
THE INN~
BROWNS MILLS-IN-THE-PINES. NEW-JERSEY.
Climatic conditions superior to Laitwood as Winter
Resort. Unbroken forest 20 miles wide. Veritable Col
onial Inn, new and completely equipped. NOW OPEN
Thirty miles from Philadelphia. 70 miles from New-
York, 25 miles from Ocean. Send for booklet,
ASDURY PARK, N. J. '
THE MINOT HOUSE.
Now Open. - . . -
Steam Heat, Sun Parlors. Elevator.
VI KG I ;.
Virginia Hot Springs
New York Office, 243 Fifth Are.
Waters, baths, hotel* and scenery nowhere equalled.
Rheumatism, gout and nervous diseases cured. Complete
taydrotberapeuUc apparatus, new sun parlor, golf, swim
ming pool. fin* livery ai.J outdoor pastimes. THE NEW
HOMESTEAD, greatly Improved, is modern in to*
strictest sense and patronized by th« highest clasa.
Brokers' office with direct N Y. wire.
v The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allows stop-over at ovlcgton, V*.. on through tickets to
Cincinnati. Louisville, Chicago. St. Louis and tb* West,
for side trip to Virginia Hot Sprngs.
Pullman compartment car. via Washington, leaves N. '
Y. 4.15 p. m.. arrives Springs b.30 a. m.. Eastern time
Excursion tickets at C. & O. office. 382 Broadway, «{n*ce-
Penna. K. R. and connecting lines. ■ ■•
FRED. STERRY. Maaager. Hot Spring*, Va. .
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RHODE ISLAND.
CIHARI.KSTOWN beach!
V_; Nearly new furnUhed eight room cottage and stab!*
on large lot in one of J the best location* on this fin*
beach, for sale. Other cottages, for sale or rent at
Quonocontaug, Weekapaup. Pleaaant View and Watch I
Hill. R. 1. -j* I
' FULL particulars irom I
FRANK W. COY. 0 Ht«h Street. Westerly. R. i, I
Trust (' nm panics.
Executor Trustee
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 Guardian
Franklin 1
Trust Company
140 Broadway, Manhattan ) v vr! .
164-166 Montague St., Brooklyn i™" Y - Cit y
Capital. Surplus and «r-> -inn Ann
• Undivided Profits over ' Ji J., / UU.UUU
GEORGE H. SOUTHARD. Prfwldent. i
Spring Resorts.
CALIFORNIA. .
The Sunset Express
FROM
New Orleans to San Francisco
VIA j,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
A train of superior equipment — Combination Observa
tion, Library and Buffet Car. Double Drawing Room
Sleeping Cars, Pullman Standard Sleepers and Dining
Cars.
Inquire 319 or 1 Broadway. New York.
Ocean Steamers.
HAAfIBURG-AM e"bTo A BO LONE
Plymouth— Cherbourg— Hamburg.
© a ©d H)©QD"G^s(sDDoaDaniiD
SAILS APR. 27. MAY 25. JUNE 22.
.. .Apr. 1. 3 p. m.lt'Moltke . .. Apr. a>. 10 a. m.
?V\'alder«ee. Apr. 8. 7 a. m. | tAllemannla.Apr.22.":So a.m.
t'BlUPcher.Apr. 12. 10 a. m.[tDputcrhland. . Apr. 27, noon
JPanla .Apr. 15. 2 p. m. 'Pennsylvania Apr. 29. 2 p.m.
iGrlll room. 'Gymnasium on bnard. * r Via Dover for
London & Paris to Hamburg- {Direct.
New York — Naples — Genoa.
PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE April 4. 11 a. m.
PRINZ ADALBERT . Apr. 11. 2p. m. May 30; July 18
PRINZ OSKAR. ...May 9, 1 p. m. . June 27, Aug. 15
the A\£aDa°©% EiDgiaQontPsij,
(SainDsio OgQaQDDGfI§ ? ?
©DcsaD^ 1 smaQ O"SsiDwa
FROM N. V.. APRIL 4. '03.
DURATION 24 DAYS— Cost $90 and up
BY THE PALATIAL S. S.
pniNZESSIN VICTORIA LUIS EX
Steamer continues from GKNOA to DOVER and HAM
BURG via many interesting points. Through rates quoted
on application.
Offices. 83 and 37 Broadway. Piers, Hoboken, N. J.
DURING JUNE. JULY AND AUGUST
To th R|](|D|jo{t(]Q C^gDJp®
and ©[pD^2QD@[Pg]®CD
to SCOTLAND, the ORKNEY n n m
and SHETLAND ISLES. llffifiS IffnPnfol
NORWAY and UVU>ISUOULUUU
Around the British Isles
To the Principal Seaside.- Eese.-ts of GER
MANY. ENGLAND, BELGIUM, SPAIN.
FRANCE and HOLLAND, by the Twin-
Screw Steamers "PHINZESSIN VIC
TORIA LUKE," "MOLTKB," 'HAM
BURG" and •METEOR."
Fcr itineraries, rates, &c. apply
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE.
35-S7 BROADWAY, N. Y.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
KadDDB'TTDQ djUDBfiMKI (LILdDWOD,
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG BREMEN
Kaiser Apr. 4. lOAMjK. Win. II May 16. IPM
K. Wm. II Apr. 18. 3 AM I Kronprini May 30 IPM
Kronprlnz May 2. 5 AM i Kaiser June 6. 10 AM
Kaiser May 9. 10 AMI K. Wm. II June 13. noon
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
TO BREMEN DIRECT.
Gnelsenau Apt. 6, 10 AM i 'Barbarossa May 4. 10 AM
•Kurfuerst. .Apr. 11. 10 AM ; Friedrich May 11. 10 AM
Rheln Apr. 18. 10 AM ♦Kurfuerst. . .May IS. 10 AM
Brandenburg. Apr. 27. 10 AM .Alice May 23. 10 AM
•Will call at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
IWeimar Apr. 1. 11 AM! Irene Apr. 29. 11AM
K. Albert Apr. 8, 11 AM | Alberta May 18. HAM
K. Lulse Apr. l.">. 11AM K. Luise May 20, 11AM
tNeckar Apr. 22. 11 AM Irene June 3. 11 AM
tNaples. Genoa. tNaples cnly.
From Bremen Piers 3d and 4th Sts.. Hoboken.
OELRICHS & CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. 45 South Third St., Phila.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
TUROPf
THIRTY TOURS THIS SEASON.
April to August, by all Routes. Separate parties: leisurely
travel. Tours cover the whole of Europe. Write for
■ SS&SS- SI 75 to SI 01 5
Independent Railroad and Steamship Tickets every
where. 183 FOREIGN OFFICES.
Established 65 years.
THOS. COOK & SOIM,
261 AND 11S5 BROADWAY. 648 MADISON AYE..
NEW YORK,
$4t-2§.1!d(1D 9 §>B® ods 0
FROM NEW YORK
TO CALIFORNIA VIA
©aDODtiDm™ (Pffl®ui?Q(Jß
PASSENGER STEAMERS
NEW YORK TO NEW ORLEANS.
thence rail through
LOUISIANA. TEXAS, NEW MEXICO. ARIZONA.
Inquire 349 or 1 Broadway. N. Y.
AMERICAN LINE.
"^ PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG — SOUTHAMPTON.
Sailing Saturday, 8:30 A M.. Pier 15. N. R.
Philadelphia.. Apr. ll New York .Apr. 15
Bt. Pa,u!l Apr. 8, St. Louis Apr. 23
T>ED STAR LINE.
"*■*' NEW ANTWERP— LONDON—
Calling at Dow for London and Paris.
Sailing Saturdays. 10:8o A M.. Pier 14. N. R.
Kmonland Apr. 1 Finland Apr 15
eland Apr. SlVaderland Apr. 22
WHITE STAR LINE.
.VBW-TORK— QI^EENSTOWX— IJVERPOOL.
Sailing Wednesday. Pier 48. N. R.
Teutonic... Apr. 5. 10 A.M. , Majestic ...Apr. Ift. 10 A.M.
GBltlc Apr. 7. "A.M.lCedrtc Apr. 21. TAM
Oceanic Apr. 12. 11 A.M. I Baltic Apr 26. noon
— NEW YORK AND BOSTON DIRECT.
,™ - MEDITERRANEAN AZo £. g
FROM NEW YORK.
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. ALEXANDRIA.
REPUBLIC. ..Apr. 13. noon ROMANIC July a
CRETIC Apr 20. noon; June 15. July 27.
rROM BOSTON
CANOPIC Apr. 1. 9 a m. ; May IS. June 21. Aug. 5
ROMANIC...: Apr. 22. 12:30 p. in. . June 3; Aug. ID
. PASSENGER OrTICE. 0 BROADWAT.
• Freight Office. While Bid?., Battery PC*c«.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN* ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
Trust Companies.
Guaranty Trust Co.
OF NEW YORK,
MUTUAL LIFE BDHJ ISO.
Capital. $2,000,000. Surplus, $5,000,030
JOHN W. CASTLES. President.
EQUITABLE
JRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK '
Capital. 8.000,000 IS Nassau Straet.
Surplus, *9,000.000 Equitable Building.
Railroads.
PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD.
THE ONLY TRACK LINE LEADING
OUT OF NEW YORK.
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET
AND DESBitOSiES AND CORTLAKDT STREETS.
tar The leaving time from Desbrossea and CortUndt
Streets Is live minutes later tnan that given below tat
Twenty-third Street Station.
.. __ . FOX THE WEST.
.'•ss A.M. CHICAGO SPECIAL.
.:»-»5 A. M. RT. LOUIS LIMITED.
•10.83 A.M. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. 3J
„. ___ hours to Chicago. ,
•1...., V. M. CHICAGO AND ST LOUJ3 EXPRES3L
I-'k- M - CHICAGO LIMITED.
•_>5.> P. M. ST LOUIS EXPRESS.
5-fSE-H- WESTERN EXPRESS.
.'•s? P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS
.1 li »■ M - CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX?.
•8.55 P. M. PITTSBURG SPECIAL.
... c .WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
'■%. 8.23. -J . 23. 'U. 55. «10.58 a. m.. 'IZbh. 2.10. («3 23.
Congressional Limited"). «3 .23. «4.25, •♦-So. b.23 p. m..
12 10 night. Sunday, 8.25, •«.23. •10.6.i a. m.. •12.63
(•3.23, •Congressional Limited"). »3.a. •4.25. •»■», U. 23
P. m.. 12.10 night.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— I2.3S. 3.23. 4.23 p. m.. 12.10
a. m. da.;y. "Southern Palm limited." 12.53 p. m.
■ReeK-days. - ■
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.— ». 2» a in. and 926 p. m.
dally: "New York and Florida Soeciai.' 2.1U p. m.
week days.
SEABOARD AIR LINE. — 12.63 p. m. and 12.10 a. ra.
vr %Jr\i ■ « aba tiorida Limited." 12.23 p. m. dally.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— 3.23 p. m.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.33 a. m.
week-days. 4.55 p. m. dalU.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.S3 a. ■».
week-days. 8.25 p. m dally
ATLANTIC CITY.-8.33 a. m. and 2.63 p. m weelt-<lar».
Sundays. *7.65 a. m.
CAPE MAY.— 12.55 p m week-daya.
LONO BRANCH. ASBURV, PARK (North Arbur, Park
Sundays), and Point Pleasant. 8.53 a. m.. 12.25. 3 23.
4j,3 p. m.. and 12.10 night week-days Sundays. 12. 10.
ft 26 a. m.. and 4.55 p m
«ai -•« .- FOX PHILaOCLSTIL*.
«•*?• ••23. * 755 - t.25. 6.63. '***■ *t0 » «B.W *tl0.".
•10 53. 11.55 a. m.. • 12.85. •1.63. 2 10. 2 •«». •» 23 S.M.
i- 2*2 *- ** 25. M.53 («t455 for North Philadelphia cbl>).
•353. 6.55. 7.63. 8.23. 9.23 (9.55 for North rhUadelpMs
«n.v) p. m.. 12 10 n ight week-day». Sundays. 05.
••55. 8.25. •8.25. «t9.&5 8.59. -U023. *10.33 a. m..
•12.55. »1.65. •3 23. a.Rft. »4.25 "<*t*.6."« for North Pttla
<3f<phla only). 53. »3.53. 6.33. 7.55. R. 25. 923 W53
1% North Philadelphia only) p. m.. 12.10 night.
•Dining Car. fExtra fare train.
Ticket offices. Nos. 461. 1354. 113 and 2«1 Broadway: 183
Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.); 263 Fifth Aveni«e (cor
ner 2»th St.); 1 Astor House, and stations named above.
Brooklyn. 4 Court Street. 860 Fulton Street. 300 Br"jd
way. and Pennsylvania Annex Station. The New i;t!c
Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from
hotels and residences through to destination.
Telephone •'343 Chelsea" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab
Ser .Ice.
W. W. ATTERBURY. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Pass*r Traffic Manager.
GEO. W. BOTD.
General Passenger Agent.
LEHICH VALLEY.
Foot of West 23 1 A : ix>rtlandt and Desbrostes Streets B. **
•Dally, ■* Except Sunos». Sundsy: t'.i.->. d 1.15. e7 45. n-V25. xi.O.
|Lv.N.Y..AILv.K.V..B
M»uch Chunk- Loci.? „. t«.40 a m tl.9ii
Buffalo Express 'at. lo a* *eT.W a m
BLACK EIAMOND EXPKJBB •«>.» « a «10 JO a 31
Maacb (hunk »nd Uazleton Local * 12.55 p m 'dl.lOpM
Wlllces-Harre Expresi «** * * t4.10r»
E»ston Local : tilOpx tS.SO r -
Chicago and Toronto Vestlbnie Eiprew.... «n5.40 r % +xS.*O »n
TUB BtrggALO TSAIN I*7 55 3it**» ,iW I- M
Tickets and Pullman accommodations 149. J61.H80. Ss3,tS3t~* 1354
Broadway, l? 2 sth ATe.,iS Union Sq. Went. 245 Col'iabns A»e.,
K.Y.. SSB 4 S»0 Fulton St., 4 Court Bt., 890 Broadway i Ft. Fnltoa
Bt-, Brookl a. M. Y. Tnuaaf er Co. will call for and check baggage.
Ocean Steamers.
NEW YORK -ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
Ryndam Apr. 5 Nocrdam Apr. 23 i
Rotterdam Apr. 12" Sunendam May 3
Potsdam Apr- 1», Ryndam May ii»
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE, 30 BROADWAY. N. Y.
A — CUNAKD LINE!
XX. TO LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOWN.
Fiom Piers 51-62. North Rrver ■
Ktrurla Apr. 1 1 P.M.ILui-ania Apr. 22. 8 A.M.
Campania Apr. 8. 8 A.M.|Etruria Apr. 29. noon !
Caronlatnew).Apr. 15, 1 U .M. | Campania May 6. 4 P.M. !
Saloon rates from New York. $75; second cabin, J-13 !
upwards, aomr.iing to steamer and accommodations
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATIC.
New Modern Twin jscrew Steamers.
Saloon Rates, $70 upwards.
PANNONIA April 11, 10 A M • June «
CARPATHIA April IS. 2 P. M
•UL.TONIA May ». 3 P. M. ; June 27 \ue 13
BLAVONIA Stay 23. 10 a. m. ; July 11, au." 19
•Carries Second and Third, Class Only.
Apply 2i> Bread way. New York.
VERNON H. BROWN. General Ag«nt.
Elinfß)f(TifJs^E Tours « July 1, by epecjally cnartered
lip new fast •• •• Caledonia." (9.400
vyiluvii/u lib tons), via Glasgow. $245. with at
tractive side trips. Exceptional advantage*. Send tat j
program.
FRANK C. CLARK - - 113 Broadway. NEW-YORK.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
IH-K^Ta, ALL, CUMiia, fO
TEXAS COLOUALK>. MEXICO. l_Al-I*"uKNIA. GEO&-
UIA. FLOKIDA. ALABAMA UaiVMtOO,
Key West. Mobile. Jacksonville, ie).
LOW CALIFORNIA TKTS. NOW ON SALE.
Booklet "Pockßt Guide" FREE.
C. B. IIALLORT ft CO.. 129 Front St.. N. T.
ED •D" LINE. ~"
"" For La Guayra. Puerto Cahello. Curacao and Ma.-a
caibo via Curacao, calling at San Juan, p. R.
From Her IS. adjoining Wall St. Ferry, Brooklyn.
S S. CARACAS Saturday, April 1. noon
a" S PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April 15. noon
For La Guayra. Curacao and Maracalbo.
S. S. Zl'l.lA • Saturday. April 8. noon
S S MARAC-VIBO Saturday. April 22. noon
These stearaors have superior accommodations for pas- ■]
senders.
BOULTON. BLISS & DALLE IT.
General Managers. 82 Wall St.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
LF.GDCP (pQDtPII© DSBGBCIDn
Steamships uf the HEU "D" LINE will Tall lor Saa
Juan direct, as follows:
B. S. CARACAS Saturday. April 1. noon
3. 6. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April 13. noon I
.Fur freight or pannage apply to i
: BOULTON. ULl.*s & DALLETT.
-'. General Managua. 1£ Wall tit.
CDILfID ODCiDlifflD^DdDKl (LoK!lii7~
DAILY sekvice.
Far Old Feint Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth. Plccer's :
Point and Newport News. Va.. connecting (or Petersburg. I
Richmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. U. C.. and emir* !
South and West.
Freight and passenger (teamen tall from Pier .'6. j
N. R.. toot lit-ach St.. «v«ry we«k isj at 3 P. M.
B. B. WALKEB. Vtc«^Prexldent & TraJßc Mtn>m j
«*TV A VELOCE"— Fast Italian Line.
SalUnK every Vrdnesday to Naples. Genoa.
BOLOGNESI HARTKIELD * CO.. » Wall St. I
-— =j
Surrogates 3 Notices.
j[N PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. r~»tie«rald. a Surrogate of the County of
New York, notice I* hereby riven to all persons having
claim* against Ren* Count d'Hdiand. late of the City r(
Paris. Republic of France, deceased, to prMMit the tarn*
with vouchers thereof to'ih<> subscriber at Ills place jf
transacting business. No. 15 Wall Street, in th* City or ■
New York, on or before the 15th i- <> of August next.
Dated. New York, the Bth day of February. lUO6.
THOMAS V. PATTERSON. Ancillary Executor.
ALEXANDER it GREEN. Attcine)* for Executor.
120 Broadway. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDKIt OF HON*.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th« County of i
New- York, No. lee la hereby (Inn to all p*rsoaa bavins
claims against Enrl Michel, la** of th« County of New-
York, deceased, to present the same, with voucher*
thereof, to the *übcsrlb*r. at his place of transacting
buslnesj. No. 33 Naamiu Street. In tna City of .N>»-Vcrk.
Borough of Manhattan on or before th» 14th day of
April next. Dated New-York, th* 6th day at October.
xaw. 1
THEODORE BACMEI3TEB. Executor.
Railroad*.
"Am«7!ea't Greatest ReH.-oad.**
NKWYORK
>— y 4 NUOSOM RIVER a. B.
THE SIX-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
Direct Line from
New York &. Boston to Niagara Fall*
'i tains a^v^i-i Hum oruna Central bt.mo... «Za *u»»i
ami Fourth Avenue. New Vo-k. at dcIo» .
Mortn and west boun.il tiauw except inoa* leaving
Grand Central Station a* 5.30 A. M.. 3 45. i.30. 11.34
P. M . wlli stop at 12Jth St to receive pisumjors l—
„ntevtea after leaving Grand Central Smtion.
K.IOA.^I.— ••.'... ■ KXrßEiia.
B.iO A. M.— tBMI'IRK STATE EXPRESS, Moat ts>
„. mous train In tl»o world. Dv« buffalo 4.43.
».« A. M.— 'FAST MAIL. 34 hours to Cntras*.
10.20 A. M.— 'DAY EXPRESa
I^o P. •bi:pf\i.o LIMITED.
1.00 P. M.— 'SOUTH WESTKRN i.IMiTBA-
I.CO R St.— 'CHICAGO LIMITED
J44PM— ••• TKB 30TH CENI'L'Rr LIUITED.- M
.-^ hour »'»ln to Chicagr- •»» Lalt* Shora.
B.SOP. M. — tALBANT AND TKUT FLYKB. •-
4.00 P. M.— 'MICHIGAN CENTRAL EXPUKSS. . -
8.20 P. M. — 'LAKE SHORE I.TUiTED 23Vi hours Wt
. — Chicago. All Pullman Cars.
«•» P. 11— 'CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI. ST. LOUT 3.
-„- DETROIT AND CHICAGO LIMITED.
•■»<{ * M - •■'■-.. EXPRESS.
'•••P Jf— 'MONTREAL EXPRESS.
i? 0 P- If.— 'ADIRONDACK ANI* MONTREAL SAP
LOOP 'BUFFALO. NIAGARA VALLS. CL«V»
• S0 P i,¥^;«JYF STERN XEW YORK ANP CKICAOO
11 » P ; M-VHICAOO * ST. LOUIS KXrRIMs.
•Dally, ti-xcept aundai IKxcept Moadajr.
„„ I „ HARLEM BUANCH.
'.08 A M. and 3 3i P. M.. except Sunday, to FltUtWld
4nd North Adams. Sundays. 9.10 A M.
Pullman cars on all through train* -
Trains Illuminated with Hlatsch light.
Ticket orTJces at 14», SCI. 415 and 121 C Broadway. It
tnloß Sq. West. 2T5 Columbus A \«.. ITS West ISMtt
St., Grand Central Station, and 125 th St Station. X»W
Tork: 33» and 72C Fulton St. and 10« Bruai»s»»
Brooklyn.
Telephone "50* JSth Street" for New Tork Centra?
Cab Service. Baggage checked from hotel or r«sld»ac«
by We-.iicott Express Company. ■-'-'.
A. H. SMITH. • CEOROB H. TJANfST.S.
General llasartr. General Pasaaac** Agent. .
READING SYSTEM."
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL, R.. R-
Liberty Street and South Ferry (time from South F«jtt
live minutes earlier than shown below). •
EASTON. BKTHLEHEM. AI.LENTOW.V AND MACCH
CHUNK— z4.00 (7 IS Easton only), 9.10 a. m.. til
4.40. 3.00 (5.43 Easton only) p. m. Sundays. S4.lt
a. m 1.90. i3O p. m.
WILKESB.VRRF. AND SCRANTON— a4.OO. 9.10 a. a,
no p. m. Sundays, z. so a. m. 1 p. m-
LAKF.WOOD. JAKKHIKST. TOMS RIVER A>T>
. BARNEGAT— Z4.00. »J li) a. m. »1 30 i; »>. 4.1J
Lake wood and I.akehurst only). aa.oo. xS.OJ p. as.
Sunday*. 9.4tl a. m •'-■••
ATLANTIC CITY — »9 41 a. m.. t3 40 p. m.
VINKLAND AND BKIDGETON — z«.©o a. m.. 40 p. nv
LONG ItRANdI. ASBUier PARK. OCC\>* OUOVE.
POINT PLKASANT, AND SEASHORK POINT*—
a 4.00, 8.30. 11.30 a. m.. xl 20. 4.45. 3'». 8.30. 11.5}
p. m. Sunday, except Ocean Grove. »00 a. m.. 4.0-1.
8 3" p. m.
ATLANTIC HLDS.. SEABRK.H MONMOCTH BCH.,
FAST LONG BRANCH— 5 30. 8.30. 11.30 a. m..
1.30. 4.30 (5.30 Atlantic Hid*, only). 6.30 p. m. Sun
day*. 9.00 a m.. 4.00 p.m. - ■ -
PHILADELPHIA (READING TERMINAL)— *4.3S. 7.00.
tB.OO. •».»•, tlOOt>. tll-00 a. m . iIS.a«L •119. 11. S».
tJ.CO. 13.00, »4 00, tS 00. tsoo. fT 30. $9.00. 110.34)
p. m.. 'IS.! 5 m<lt
I4TH AND CHESTNUT STREETS— 25. fS.OO. S I».K.
•12.«0 a. m.. »3.00. :»4.00. »*.OO, »7 00. 19.53 p. m,
•12.15 mdt. . - - f
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON— S 00. •10.09. •!! 3\
•1.00. *4 00. SWI. •; M, •11.1.V ■
Xl MUM, HARRISBURG. POTTSVILLE AND WILL
IAMSPORT — (14.60. z4 25. t'..M. 11*9.10. (19 00. 11.04
a. in.. Reading only).. !isl 00-. i.»i.;o. t3 00 p. m. Kead>
ing. Pottsvllle. Harri!>burK only. *4 00. tS.Oo p. m.
«From Liberty Street only. •Daily. tDally. -exsept
Sunday. {Sundays only. jParlor cars only. I'Via Ta
maqua. aExcept Saturdays.
Oinces: Liberty St. Ferry. Sooth Ferry. « Astor
House, 261. 434. IS*". 1354 Broadway. IS2 sth Ay. :-l
sth Ay . 31 Union Square West. "TSS 3d Ay.. J7S W-»»x
125 th St.. _>«.-> Columbus Ay.. New York: S4J Fulton St..
343. 344. BSO Fulton St. Brooklyn; 39" nroadwuy. Wiir
lamybur*-. New York Transfer Co. calls for and ehecSra
bap"op» t« <<•«* ♦nation.
W. O. BESLER. C. M BIRT.
Vlce-Pres. and Gen. Met. Gen. Paw'r A sent.
BALTIMORE m OHIO MILS.
ROYAL BLUE LINE -TRAINS -r
-EVERY OTHER EVEN HOUR."
To BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON. "
Leave South Ferry 5 minute* earlier.
Lv. liberty street 00 am. Except Sun. Buffet
♦• ....... 10.00 am. Dally. Diner. -.
** ...... noon. Daily. Diner. -.
•• 2.00 pm. - Dally. Buffet.
"K«yal Limited" 4 00 pm. Dally. All Pullman.
" * no pm. Dally. Dtaer.
•• 7.00 pro. Daily. Buffet. -
- 15.15 night. Dally. Sleepers.
SPI.KXPID IKAIN SERVICE.
THROUGH TRAINS TO ri(K WEST. .
Dally tt. > c w York City. South Ferry. Liberty St.
CLiicago. Pltt>bur«; 13.10 nt. IS 15 n- Sleep»r.
Chicago. Colnmbus 11. am. 12.00 noon. Diner.
Pittshuig. Cleveland 2.53 pm. 4.10 pm. Limited.
"l'lttsburj; Limited" «55 pm. 7«0 pm. Buffet.
Cincinnati. St. I.ouN IMC nt IMS M Sl-eper.
Cincinnati. St. Lonis 9.55 am. 10.00 am. Diner.
Cinrinnnti. St. lonia 55 pin. «.oi. pm. Diner.
Offices: 261. 434. 1300 Broadway, « Astor Hou^e. in
Greenwich Bt-. 23 Union Square W.. 391 l«ran<l St.
N. T. : 543 Fulton Street. Brooklyn. South Ferry a:.*
Liberty Street . ■ ;
Lackawanna Railroad. '
Leave New York, tout l.arclay ana Cari^iopaer i'J.
IMB A. M.— For Binghamton and Syracuse.
•10.00 A. M.— For Buffalo. Chicago an.: St. Louis.
•1.40 P. M.— For Buffolo and Chicago.
M.O»P. M.— For F<-r»p.ton and Plymouta.
•8.10 P. M. — For Buffalo and Chicago. ' ' £'
•i>.45 P. M.— For P-irf«!o. Syracuse. Utlea.
•7.00 A. M.— For Chlr»s;c— STe^pers open at » P. M.
" T!rltet.«. 1«». 439. 11S3. 143* Fruadway. N. T.: 30* FaY
ton St.. Broektm.
HEW YORK, HEW HAVEN X HIRTFOB* B.R.
imioa ..«v»-i. Hutu iji— » Ctuitui Wrtna, -CM St. aad
*;.i AIC, 40 luliOttk. fur -
boSTON. via New London «ad Providence— N:«0.
i;illO:i)O. •xiilU:u2 A. M.. TtlU:Mft 'Xi.luO. 'a,.*!*.
Tiu6.o« •^>:«>l. -*i:::Go P. M.
BOSTON. vU WUllmanUc— i«.B:oi> A. M.. t2 CO P. M. .
BOSTON, via Springfield— tO:u« A. M-, tli>U:Ol>. *..-» Ml
•ll:oo P. M. .
FITCH BURG, tit Putnam and Worcester — 13:0O P. M
LAKEVILLE and NORFOLK -ys..V) a. M.. *''.:( 1 P. M.
GT BARRINGTON. STOCKBRIDGE. LENOX. PITTS
FIELD— t4:50. tb;0O A. M.. t3:31 P. M. •
WATERBUR* and WINSTKD— I4 J6:0O. t19:0«.
tIU:O2. 1*10:02 (to Waterbury> A. M.. tl OS. >4:38 i
t«s:ul. tti>oo. |«:00 (to Waterbury) P. M.
Ticket of&cra at cGranri Central Station and elZStit
St.. also at ell", cSSI. 1.155. c 1.354 Broadway. ci Paris
Place, c 25 Union Square. cl.^S Fifth Ay*.. c 243 Co>umbu«
Aye.. 64d Madiaon Aye.. c 273 Weil Mlk •*.. 153 East
l£Un St. In P.rocklyn. 04 Court St., J>CO t\ilioa S{..
Sao Broadway. E. D
•Daily. t Except Sundays. 4Punrla cnly. • -:op» at
135 th St. xStopa at llSth St.. Sundays oily. tParlor Car
Limited. ! Has dining car. cParlor aiM Ssasjlns] Car
tickets also.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD. <3*n. Pass. Act
O. M. SHEPARD. Gen. Supt.
* 43 % I <=*
The NLT SALLS of the
Daily and Sunday
TRIBUNE
for February, 1905,
Were
= 43* =§.;
More Than During the Same yi
Month in 1903.
Circulation Books Open for Inspection.
ADVERTISING
During January and February, 1905. The 7
New-York Daily and Sunday TRIBUNE.
printed 155.3&7 lines of advcitisui; jd-,
cludinc Tribune advertisements) more thin
in the sane months of 1904.
A GAIN OF
Over 500 Columns.
(Circulation Books Open to All Advertisers.)
■r r i i. ...,
To Qet Results Advertise in :
Hit TRIBUNE. |§B|
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