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M «»-<• May closed at «c. July sola from BC«ie
£ovra to Si*tC «__■_ at S4\ to M*«c.
Mark* for corn was active, and vnder the
jsfiuenee of the demoralization in wheat the
_»elr* to sell largely predominated. Market started
«»c lower for May and about |£c down for July,
but rsuch greater weakness • loped as the ses
sion progressed. Before noon May corn had de
clia<*tl l^*c and July c .ic. The inspection sheet
Showed li* cars received, only " of which were
cootract. ana 41 cars of the latter quality were
transferred frc:n private houses. Shipments hence
•rrr OMN bushols, of which 541.000 went by lake.
Estiraaie of to-morrow's local Tfcclpts was 193
cars. The hyrhe_t for May was <7Hc, the lowest
4?*?; the • >«<• was V, c . The range of July was
frora <T\c to 47UC, down to «6%c, closinp at Mli_
A rr.oJrratr ly active trado was done in the oat
pit At the outset the market was firm on buying
fey the local crowd, but It soon gave way with
the weakness in other prams and en liquidation
led by cash houses. Receipts ar© larger; S) cars
\rere inspected in. nnd 157 cars estimated for
tomorrow. Shijiocnts T\ere SC.OOO bushels. Buy
jnp the last hour. put May up temporarily, Init it
econ sagct'd, closing at -•<■ The highest was
JJHc the lotrest 2VW- July sold from Sj^c down
to £-*<\ closing at IS^c to r?',ic
Provision trade to-day was the largest cf the
rear. Holders of May contract^ delayed the mar
ket, causing heavy lc^s-os. May poik sold from
$2*7*, cS to 51207 H. and July from JI2TO off to
$2*i. May lard solJ from 57 12^ ofT to $7 C2A±
aad reacte-J 10 $7<C, and . .Iy from J7 30 off to
£~'^ May ribs sold from $655 oft to Si 75. and
July from Ti 15 off to J7 05. Hog receipts were
JT.W head and prices at the yards were a shade
tfgfccr.
A m Sals*— -Financial.
.%M>REU' J. M.( tiKM*(Ti, Anrtlonrcr.
L.li IIAK AItTION UMMM OF
STOCKS and BONDS
By ADRIAN H. MULLER I SCSI,
OFTiri>. m HIILIA.M (STREET
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 26TH.
a ;..;;» or lock, at the New York Real Estate Sales
room, 161 Broadway
BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS.
Ef fhf Arr.eriran Llfcbt & Traction Co. common.
'*> shr. Lawyer*' Title Insurance Co.
t^ f.'.s iierir.-\n:a Isank of N. Y.
_ ■ Ib«. Oas Kn?ine & P««er Co. and Charles L. Seabary
& Cn . Consolidated.
2^.« 5.'.5. Genr.aa-Amertean Real Estate TStls Guarantee
Co
2si elvs. Araeric-an Locomotive Co. j-rrferrei!.
t(t shs Ttie AJJTQCta Kactory, OcorKia.
•:"■- fhs Jrk^l lEioTid Realty Co.
i:^n*itrr£hi;> N. Y. Produce Exchanee.
1 . fr.i. TrJ^: Co. cf • Anjeric*.
FOP. kCCOCVTX OF WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
4 fhs. Irusj Co. of America.
IJiKltllunn Condensed Milk Co. Irt rr.:s*. 6 p. c.
becls UO9. Sept^ l»f>*. coupons ea.
|0 t > f T:. » L>lr.. rrint. t Botjktinding Co.
fr.t. C::y Tru«t Co.
J »h.«- La«"«-ra - Title Ins. ■ Trust Co.
P j-.'js- G-rrmn- American nanit.
ji«i ft..- KaOeaal Bank t>i Cornjoerca.
■j-. .;,. CToodlaW Ctn-ftery.
<r. sta. li.tr.K < f N-w-York. N. B. A,
f 1 »«.«• Cttisess* V.'ater Supply Co. of Newtown I*. 1..
4r . c Bd . UCL
in Ehs. I\*!nCsor Tn:st Co.
«•• th«. S!«w-T«* TruFi Co.
J(t f».s. .Nat: •r.hl Csty liank.
In shs. NatK-nal Tar.!: of Commerce.
6 fh«. F.urth National Bank. ■
j:3.y-*i City of Ntw "iork Zh* p. c (Docks ana Ferries),
due- N^v.. JftiS
fC3«W«My of New York Sri 9- C (Street s.cfl Park).
Au* Nov.. UC3.
10 ehs. Firrt Nation* s Tar-fc. ___.
JO shs. bapomw <t Tracers" Natl. Bask.
CO »!i«. Alliance Realty Co.
T." s.is. Jr.".' 'rnatiosul Eautiac Corp.
<2 Bht. Oom EiL-i:ange Bank.
I<io ¥hs. American Surety Co.
i 5 *h? Nassau CBIOB Kar.k cf Clen Ccve. '.. I.
1# shs Vr.it«-i State* Mtpe. & Trust Co.
SO f ha. CrocUer-Wheeler ESectrlc Co.
IS »■:•.&. Sisua IRR Co. of Brooklyn.
&<• fhs. Naii^ntl Ci-.v Eank.
4 ths. C.ty Trurt Co.
It i-hf. Owwfedtt Tru-st Co.
er.s. MieOlgaa Central R. R. Co.
fl.st>t City cf Huron. So. Dakota. 2 p. c. Sztencefl
Bit.. Is' 22. «,-«
E0 fr:s. Fa-i sy«em Ce., ST. T.
r. Btaa. Ptanfiard Oil Cc.
W» tris. Title Insurance Co.. V T.
l<»0 tt.r. Amertcar. Extrertor Co.
7fe aha. Gu Consurcere' Ber.eSt Co.
W« ehe Th« MetropoUtaa Concert Co.. It-A.
4. bh*. VestdtMter £ Bronx Title & Mt«. Gear. C«.
f/t Bba. lntf-rr.attcr.al Eari'.ng Corr'a.
25 ths. Coal ie Ircr. Salt Bark,
rr fl*.f I *. I>ou.. Henderson & et. LouU R. B. pfd. «
3 f '.ik. Wat^acter & Bronx TJtie t Jftß. Guar. Co.
i aba. Lawjers' Title Ins. Co.
2'~« ttw, IVtrtc > i*«^er Trurt Co.
I eh». MecharJcs" National rack.
40 fci.s. Realty A**ociat*«.
f.'> fhi=. Trurt Co. of America
10 »ha. Mechanic*" National BarK ■;.'" ___.;
IS eb«. L*wjers' T!Ue Ins. * Treat Co. Out. Ctf.).
S sh* Nrrth American Trust Co.
£■2 000 Newark Pai»«i*er P. 17 Ca» Coo. Site. 6 p. c
Bis . l^iO.
Financial.
BOOKLETS
'j ! fI * ." >. %\\ q i »-*. Fre« ca
\cfjj Vt£J E3 a rh* i^Sl J AppMctka. '
J. THOMAS nriSHARDT
Banker and Broker
xs Wull Street. Aw Fort
HAKE MONEY-KEEP IT.
T. lews tow Mat er tat ma ear law
ptjj errj^rr.
"DAILY MARKET LETTER
■FIT
"GUIDE TO INVESTORS"
A3 kisdtrf =£"•=* fr»c?t««r£!sJ2=a.
63 BBOAXHTAT. KBW TOBS.
r» WEST 42D ST;, V. T.
BBA>*CBZS: 1»S1 BKOIDWAV, MU «STH ST. XT.
.44 CO CUT »T.. BEOOKXiN
*T>«ternilcln^ th» character and flnanrlal responst-
V.;:ry of roar Broker Is as toper-act as eelectioa of
ri£— t Btocks.**
IT T HAVE A FEW MORB OP THOSE 6%
•* Oo;« illnlna* bonda left In <enomia«.tiona of $600
«a3 fl.ooo. MIN>"ESOTA JUNES CO. Addreea F. a
I "Ttt.it Murray H:.l Hotel.
Dividend Notices.
Baffrio ft Sosquehaona Railway Company
Tint Mortcate. *>»"« Geld Boofla.
Coupon No. C due May 1. IMS. will be palfl at m»
#cr:-y at th« ofllca of *
riSK A MtOSUSSOV. S3 Cedar St, N. T.
F. A- LEIIR. " rfas-jrer.
AMAJXiAMATEI> COI'I'ER COMPAXT.
42 Broajdway. New Tork, April 30. 190 S.
ATA MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
EA> ... An-.sJgnmafd c<vi>«r Company a div.deawl of
ONT3 PER CENT. «1^» «s» decUred, payaU* May 2»tij.
I&U8 to »to«-kholder» of rtcord a* 3 o - clock H. M.. Thurs
dey' April rTtti JSWS. Transfer book* clo»» at • ©"clock
f» 'M Tfc'jraday. April 27th. I»JS. »ad reopen at 10
*"' tUtil *" U 'Z. H 5J ««W A Tr«a»urer.
Lawyer* Titl» lo»ura«ee »d Trust Company.
£7 e&a a» Liberty reel. N. V. City.
April 12th. ■•<■'■
fTHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THIS
- par.r hee tj:i* dar d^lared * dividend of two
t■ » cne-fcalf Jx-r r*nt, ray*i>l« at the Company's of
fces on May l»t. IS* l *. The transfer books will b« closed
<ji 6aturc*y. tJ^e ISth day of Ata-H. and reopened on
Tuetiay. lise 21 day of May. I^o3.
THOItU'ALU STAiXJCNXCHT. Treasurer.
Financial Meeting*.
Offirc of tlM>
CXE\rLANr>, CINCLNNATI, CHICAGO AND ST.
"**■ LOtl * JtAiUVAV COUi'A.W. I*. I»js
Cincu»rJ*.a. uoio. Aj.!!! 14. lftOS.
•V-OTICE IS UEBEBI' GIVEN THAT A MEET
*-^ ].. C f the EtociJ-oJders cf th« Cleveland. Cincinnati.
Chl'^co ar.d tt. I»oia Ii»:l«-*y CccipaJjy h»» t*en tp«
c.«. c*:^o *cd «ta i* *'«'<i « the co&paia'"* pnaelpal
e^c« Jti U* cu>- of OncirinaU. Ohio, on U«4ne*<:»>-. m«
*'»t tl*y of il»y. I»JS. *' J- o'clock ooon. tor the t>'Jr?c««
C vt/titie uf«a •. rropotiuon to lscrwu* it* Cozzmoa
"aJ^l^'ocV<«f •*!-- <:.Kj«f.y by *U.3Jo.Ouu; tn»t I*.
tren: t26."«>.000 to $40.6UU,WJU. <livl«»d II to 4UU.UOO •fa*re«
t' tt* i.ar viilue of BUM *aci».
Fc* h. purpc*e» cf .uch W ■ :•: n-ettn* of th« stack-
■ - -^- ' ~ — -^— hooks •'.:; '•* clo—d at 12 ocloc*
■wbbi oa Stao«4r< lit 'J'.. >i* ; of 4*rtt. iMi. MM t« re
c^a «t iv oaick a. ii. on T*u«:ar. tL» l« d*y ct
H, CTJcr of t*. riiMlfl A Dtr*cu>r* BOJ , N> s«r«*rr.
V*w To'k N*. y.. Arrl! ISth. I«»S._
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE.STOCK
• -uSidjiy xto* »t»i <M, or M«>. IW*.
•:. ur.tr hour. TU«
i SL/ "*• ' v *■* • ••* *° **• ' s ' l: ' ' 14iy of A: ' rlj '
.:.i will W .. ■ll^wrt «; ■ * T-^
BwAs and Publications.
rnr» ciTr a few sets ok -america-s suc
ruE SAL:.. — *Egain. - i. MEM." In two lar«« vol
vm« wlih portrait*, "cover. •Utbtly •<••>•«• ««« '"..SK
<IB ai prtc. $*; to fiupoj. « f «^*
•111 r«t th« prtc» ISS *•* •**■ A«J4re» HIU_. N«w-
Tartt Ti Him—
Bankers and Brokers.
Inquiry
We answer promptly all inquiries
made regarding investment bonds.
Farson, Leach & Co* 7
*5 Nassau sti:i:kt. NEW YORK.
Kountze Brothers,
BANKERS.
Brosdwiy 4 cedar St. _C_C*W YORK
Investment Securities.
Allow interest on deposits; make
cable and telegraphic transfers.
Buy and sell Foreign Exchange.
Letters of Credit.
Henry Clews & Co..
* UA.SKEIS9.
11. U. IB AND 17 BROAD ST.
Members of the N. Y. Stock Eschanc*.
Order* rxrru:ed far lnrr»tmrnr or an Margin.
«ntrr**t ailunni on <lrpustt> ►übjrct to rbtck.
'usaarlal A«<-ot. for CorpnratiiM>« nnil iuif.torj.
i«>»«;sru<-iil A ctb«r Mi c h-».r bonds bou«tat X ao.L
Letters of Credit
Issued available the world over.
Manhattan Co. Bank- Stock,
V. S. Title Guaranty and Indemnity Stock>
American Type Founders' Ot,
International Silver Debenture 63,
Hudson Riter Jf'ate- Power Stock,
FREDERIC H. HATCH,
Dealer In Unlisted Securities of Railroads and other
Corporations >n the Unlttd States and elsewhere.
Tel, ma Broaa. 30 Broad St., New York.
Cha«. D. biMr j my Cooke. Sd.
J. Herat Hurtling. Cha». S. I'hilUoa.
Chas. D. Barney & Go.
BANKERS & BROKERS.
tS Broad Stre*'.
Mi\V VOBHv
ItS Sooth Fourth Street.
PHILADELPHIA.
Market and Fulton National
Bank.
Coal and Iron National Bank.
Bank of America
DEALT IN.
CLIIMTOIM GILBERT
2 WALL 8T
Axignrtua S. Gorluua. /onn Ii Tan Schalck.
TeL 8930 * MSI Cortlandt. Cable Tarpol^a!^
VAN SCHAICK & CO..
tfEMBEBS OP T. Stork Exchange,
MEMBEBS OF Prodorp Exrhaosc. and
Chicago Board of Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
East German St.. Baltimore.
Branch Office: 785 Broad at.. Newark. N. J.
LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available throughout the World.
I6SCED BT
LAIDLAW & CO., 14 Wall St.
HAVEN & CLEMENT
BANKERS AND BROKERS
I Nassau St., Cor. Wall at.
Meiujer* oj the New York Stuck Fichanre
BONDS, STOCKS, COTTON, GRAIN
Wm. A. Read & Co.
25 Nassau Street,
NEW YORK.
BOSTOV. CHICAGO. BALTIMORE.
NORFOLK & WESTERN
IMPROVEMENT AND EXTENSION 6S.
SUTRO BROS. & GO.,
BASXEBS,
55 BBOAIt STREET. >. V.
MEMBERS OF N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
Bond & Mortgage Guarantee Co.
Realty Associates
Dealt in by
HERRICK, HICKS & COLBY,
Hambera of New Tork Stock Exchanga,
7 Wall Street. N. V.
Telephone 643S CwftfcH
Redmond & Co.
BANKERS.
uses
Letters of Credit
Tollable la all part* of the world.
41 WALL BTBSET. New Tcrk.
•07 CHESTNUT ST.. Philadelphia,
GUARANT
ED STOCKS
DEALT IN BY
Joseph Walker & Sons,
BANKERS.
f BBOAIi STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
See quotations in another column*
FRED'K f MARQUAND
35-3* uttoAii mm,
STOCKS aoiLd. BO3STIDS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN.
Stt.l tor market letter on financial condition and .he
•utlook Mailed on application.
Tv<nty-llvt >tir»' cxyeriecce. Bank references.
BOM)* INVESTMENTS ACCOUNTS
Fractional Lots UNiQIi TYPEWRITER LISTED and
BiKK STOCKS bought and sold for cash.
WAOSWOR.TH & WRIGHT.
MEMBERS NEW VUKK STOCK EXCHANGE.
- V»AIJ- ST.. NEW VOUK.
ENNIS & STOPPAN!
38 BROAD ST.. N. Y. Tel. 5680 Broad
{N. T. Con. Stock E».::i?j)«e, ] E at Ah.
Membere^ N T. I'roduce E»cUi;t. f i-n,^ '
I Chlcaco Board of Trade. ]
Orfier* o!lclte<l. i>urrh&»« or ■■'•. c»«ti or nirgln.
STOCKS. BONDS. WHEAT.
„ .?. of desir»ble s'TCK'K and V.OXV J.VVEt-:TIii:.NTS;
j.s«.» "* (J»lly niartfl Uu-r on application.
iAMOK COI'BT, U W. >ltl. St.. K. V.
Branch I A djo!nins WALDOIt?"- \STOUIA.
OJfleea \.;.; 8 COl XT ST.. BKOOKLV.X.
NEtt-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. APRIL 25. 1905.
Mining Brokers.
TONOPAH and GOLDFIELD
AND ALL MIXING STOCKS
BOUGHT, SOLD AND TRADED
In for Cash or on Commission.
Active Stocks Carried on Margin.
Private "Wire Connections with All Exchanges.
Charles W.Chapman & Co.,
GETXERAL. MINIX<« EUtOKKBS.
mmmmmm^ — ' Broad-»t.. New-York
Instruction.
i.,^. BERLITZ SCHOOL OF I>AXGrAGE9.
Madison Square < 1.112 _»»_>»: Brooklyn. 73 Court St.
~ >t "'* '"mi hec^rinina- now. Trial !e««on» »t. ••
Teachers.
r £ * WAITED.— En teacher, collet* «T_du
■ jr ,*'•• „*'» Klw W« wnira tin-.* ft. boy of fifteen, a*
r vf. an*! ful: particular?, statins; salary
School Agencies.
■u£^iH> , ANI> rOKEIGX HENS' AGENCY
to Co IE- Pro -' »orß. Teachers. Tutors. ,«.r_e«e,. etc
to College* . .School, and Families. Apply to
Mr». M. j TOCKr.-FfI.TOX. 23 Union Squar*.
Steamboats.
fR-^ fO x j (^ Tr 3 rnUS AND POINTS IN
LE) VLU U W LMI NEW ENGLAND.
tALL RIVER LINE, via Newport ana Fall Rive:.
Leave Pier 19 x jj fo.it ot Watrm St.. week-uays only
at 5:30 P. M. Steamers PRISCILLa and PURITAJI.
Orcnesira on each.
NOKWICH LINE, via New London. Leave Pier 40.
» R.. foot of <Jlsrkson St.. week-days only at 6:(X> P. 11.
bteamers CITY OF LOWELL and NEW HAMiriiiiHL.
NEW HAVEN LINE, for New-Haven. Hartford. Sprln*
field an; the: North. Lea Pier iO. E. H.. foot or I'ei.ic
Slip, week-days only at 4:00 P. M. Steamer CHESTEE
W. CHAPIX.
[PtEODtpyE© !LQKj[l
NEW YORK— ALBANY.
C. \V MORSE and ADIRONDACK
Leave Pier 32. N. It. foot Canal St.. «, P. M.. week
days only; direct connection at Albany with trains to
all points. Send sc. for C. W. Morse Souvenir.
EXCURSION 12.30.
bA 11 a*iiiLL, Inl^ilQidiiKl e« y-J^©^(&ii(il IE
BOATS ieave Pier 43. N. R.. week days. « P. M.
Surrogates' Notice*.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON
"*• Frank T. FHzgerald. a Surrogate of th» C.iunty of
New York, notice is hereby {riven to ail persons havlrs
claims aeaiiiEl George A. Starr, late of the County of
New York, deceased, to present the Fame with vouchers
thereof to the Eubscriber. at her plac* of transacting
business at the office of Agar. Ely i: Fulton. No. 31
Nassau Street, in The City o* New York, on or before
th» Ist day of September next.
Dated New York, the . : day of February, 1906.
MARY L. STARK. Administratrix.
AGAR, ELY & FULTON. Attornaya for Administratrix.
21 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. Y. City.
JN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDEIt OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
N«*r York, notice is hereby riven to all persons having
claims apainst Hiram Calkins, late of the Coouty of New
York, deceased, to present the samj with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, a: his place of transacting business. No.
Ji Wlliiara Street, in th« City of New York, on or before
tho t-ifiiui cay of August, IWJ6, next.
lJatca New York. tha 27l day cf January. 1903.
JULIUS H. SEYMOUR, Executor.
27 William Strtet. New York City.
ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS. Esq.. Atty. for Executor,
60 B:oa<i»iiy. B^oueh of Manhattan New York C.v.
TX PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of
New-York. Notice is hireby given to all i*rrsous hav.ng
claims against Matilda Grosvenor Carnochan. late of
the County of Ne* York, in the City and State of
New York. deceased, to present th» same, with vouch
ers thereof, to the suhscrlber, at h'*. place of transact
ing buslneaa, at the office of Messrs. Mars Moran
i Williams. No. 30 Broad Street, In the City of Kew
York, on or b?for» the twenty-second day of August
next. Dated New York, the ninth day of February
1905. GOUVERNEVR MORRIS CARXOCHAN, Ad
ministrator. MARSHALL, MOHAN & WILLIAMS. At
torneys for Administrator, No. 33 Broa 1 Street. Man
hattan. New York City.
Citations.
rpHB PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the grace of God free ar.d Independent. — To
William E. Buckman. Mahlon B. Buckman. Fannie M
Worauall. Frar.lt E. Buckman. Belinda B'.i-kman, Mary li
Ely, Samuel K. Buckni^n. Fer.nia M. Meginnes, Katie
Buckman. William M. Buckrnan. Fannie M. Buckman,
George B. Buckmia. Florence M. BU'-k:nan. Arthur L.
Buckman, Marlanna, H'.l.born. Gtorffe B. Buekmaa Wat
eon T. Hlllborn. EJna H. Parry. Waiter C. ickman.
Howard H. Buckrruvn. Anna R. Sellers. Alfred S. itucs
n-a.;.. Mary B. Buckman. Elmer K. Huckman, Ernest L'
Bucinr.an. Pa'.'.ie A. Mackenzie and Lew la H. Taylor, as
Trustee for the wife and children of Mlcajah S. Biickman.
send greeting: You and eacii oj you are hereby cited a..tl
required personally to be ar.d appear before our Surrogate
of the County of New-York, at th» Survog-ate*" Court of
bitld County, held at the County Couii House In the City
of New-York, or. the Oth day o| May IshjG, at half-past
ten o'clock !n the forenoon of that day, then and" theio to
attend a Judicial settlement of the account of proceedings
of Th« New-Yorls Trust Company. A3 'rustee under Ilia
last will and teKtacient of Mahlon E'jcsman, deceased, and
of the procending* of the Corainer.ta! Trust Company of
the City of New- York, the former trustee under said will,
and such of ycu aa are hereby cited, as are under the a^e
cf twenty-one years, are required; to app ar by jour
guardian, if you have en?, cr if you have none, to appear
aud apply for one to be appointed, or In the event of your
neglect or failure to do bo. a {ru&rdian will be appointed by
the Surrogate to represent and act for you in the pro
ceeding.
In Testimony "Whc-reof. We have caused the Seal of the
Surrogates' Court of the said County of New-
York to be hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon.
Frank T. Fitzger&U. a S-irrogato of our eaij
[L. B.] County, at the County of New York, the 15th
day of Marca, In the yea*" of our Lord ene
thousand nine hundred and five.
JAMES A. DONNELLY.
Clerk of the Surrogates' Court.
Chancery Xotice.
rpiIOMAS v DA VIES— WHEREAS BY A
Judymey:* of the Char.cen' Divi«ion of the High 0.-uri
of Justice dai the V-*'-h Tx^embt-r I'JO.^ in an Action
Cf Thomas v Pavi«-s K*J3 T. !«17 an Enquiry was directed
as to the parties Interested In the hereditaments the sub
ject of the said Ai-tion.
AND WHEREAS by an Order dated the 6th April
1005 a^rvlce of Notice of the Faid Judgment upon the lepaj
personal representative of Mary Spioer deceased <for
ir.erly Mary Jones) and upon Lewis Splcer the husband
Of the. raid Mary Splcer late of Rockaway Township Morris
Leo New York United States of America two of the per
sons appearinff to be tnteres'tf'd in the said heredita
ments was dispensed with subject to Notice being given
as thereby directed.
Pursuant to the said Order of the Gth April 1905 NO
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the l» ? al personal repre
sentative ot the said Mary Sr.icer and th" said Lewis
Epicer if ilvir.g- and any persons clairring by ...ugh or
Under the said Mary Srpicfr or her leptal personal repre
sentative or through the s-sid Ltwis i^piier or either of
them ar.d all r*rsons who are not partitis to the saii
Action or have not b*en served with Notice of the said
Judgment claiming to be interested In the leasthold hered
itaments in tha said Judsment mentioned are hereby
requlrej to come In and establish their respective claims
in respect thereof at the Chambers of Mr Jujtice Far
well ard Mr .Tustice Pwinfen Eady Hoyal Tourts of Jus
tice Strand London Knjdami on or befpre lh» 7th day of
June VJ>jZ or in default thereof they will af'er the" ex
piration of the time so limited be bound by the proceed
ings in the said Action as If they had been serve:] with
Notice of Fuch Judgment.
Tuesday the 20th day of June IW>5 at 11.30 o'clock in the
forenr.on at the said Chambers Is appointed for hearing
and adiudicitlngr ui>on th- elairr*.
Dated this 33th day of April 11)05.
J. C. FOX,
Master.
BCHIT.TZ £ SON. .
12 South Square, drays Inn.
London. England.
Plaintiffs Kolk-itors.
The 1905
TRIBUNE
ALMANAC
... 15 ...
Indispensable
Price, 25 Cents
Order from Your Newsdealer
or the TRIBUNE Office
Excursions.
If you are going to attend the
EP WORTH LEAGUE
International Convention
to be held in Denver, Colorado. July sth to oth. 1805. why not males th«
Journey under the delightful conditions offered upon the
Raymond & Whitcomb Go's
SPECIAL VESTIBULED PULLMAN TRAIN
composed entirely of sleeping, dining and observation cars? This magnifi
cent train goes "via the great Hew York Central is Hndsea R-trer
"Four Track Route." Leaves New York Saturday. July Ist, and ar
rives at Denver Tuesday afternoon at 4 p. m.. the day before the Con
vention opens.
SUNDAY SPENT AT NIAGARA FALLS.
Thus avoiding Sabbath day traveling en route.
Special escort with the party to relieve each guest on the train of petty
details.
TICKETS from New York, Inclusive of railroad fare. Pullman
Berth and meals In dining cars for outward Journey, and rail- cr ~ en
way ticket only returning OO^-Jli
Proportionate Prices from Other Eastern Points.
Itinerary No. 2 includes. In addition to above, side trips to Cripple
Creek. Manltou Springs, Pike's Peak. Glenwood Springs. Georgetown Loop.
Sliver Plum© and other interesting places. All travel and hotel accom
modations paid. Inclusive fare from New York. Boston or Philadelphia
and back to starting point. $114.00.
Send for Circular Giving Fall Itinerary and Details.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
(Incorporated.)
25 UNION SQUARE.
EUROPE
"RED LE T TER DAYS ABROAD."
Send for booklet entitled as above. covering four attrac
tive trips through Europe. Personally conducted, all
travelling »xpens>-s Included. Parties limited in number.
SHORT RHINE AHD SWISS ' TQlifl, 45 D&YS, $300
July Bth. via Red Star Steamer (12.700 ton) "Finland."
LONG RHINE AND SWISS TOUR, 50 DAYS, $315.
July 11th, via sratvi new Cunarder. '■"" ton "CoronU."
CONTINENTAL TOUR, 65 DAYS. 5425.
July Ist. via 10,400 & 13.900 •"Mesaba" & "MllllwliwiM "
ITALY AND RHINE TOUR, 47 DAYS, $340.
July Ist. via new ,0,600 tons, Cucard S. S. "S!avon!»."
THOS. H. HENDRICKSON TOURS.
343 Fulton Ft (Jet TVashlnctr.n St.). Brooklyn. M. T.
Ocean Steamer*.
Plymouth — Cherbourg — Hamburg.
© 3 ©, GDsno^SQilhQaiGDQD
SAILS APR. 27. MAY 25, JtTXE 22.
tDeutsch land.. Apr. 27. newn;* Patricia. May 13. noon
•.Pennsylvania. p.m. ;• Pretoria May 20. 7 a. m
Hamburg May 3, 9 a. m. i t Alblngla.May 30. 7:30 a. m.
t*Bluech?.-.Mvy 11. 10 a. m. | tDeutschland.May 25. 10 a.m.
tGriu room. *<JymtiaFium on board. IVla Dover for
London and Paris to Hamburg. JDlrect.
New York — Naples — Genoa.
PRINZ OSKAR May 9. 1 p. m. : June 27. Aas 15
I'KINZ ADALBERT Mi 30. 2p. m.: July 13, Sept. 12
Offices. 35 and 37 Broadway. Piers. H. fa ken. N. J.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSDX.T THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
Fast Express Service.
PLTMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
KronprlM. ..May 2. 5 A. M.i Kaiser June 6. 10 A. M.
Kaiser .. .May > 10 A. M. K. Wm. 11.... June 13. naon
X Wm. II May 16. 1 P. M. | Kronprlnz. . June 27. 11 A. M.
Kronprin2..llay 3i>, 1 P. M. | Kai»er July 4, 10 A. M.
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
TO BREMEN DIRECT.
Brandenburg. Apr. 27. AM 'Alice May 28. 10 AM
"Barbarossa. .May ■». 1') AM 'Bremen June 1, AM
Gneit-enau...May li. 10 Ail Neckar June 3. 10 AJi
•Kurtuemt..Ma>- IS. 1O Ail 'liarbarossa. ..June c, 10 AM
•Will call at Plymouth and Cherbourg.
Mediterranean Service.
GIERALTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
Irene Apr. 20. 11 A. M. \ Irene June 3. 11 A. M
•We:mer May 6, 11 A. M. | Albert . . June 17. 11 A M.
Albert May 13. 11 A. M ,K. Luis*. . June 24. 11 A. M.
X. Luise..May 20, 11 A. M. , Irece July 8. 11 A. iL
•Genca only.
From Bremen Piers. 33 ana 4th St«.. Hot>okea.
OELRI<'H> i CO., No. 5 LSr-.-Jwa/. N. T.
Louis H. Mover, 45 South Third St.. Phil*.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
AMERICAN LINE.
**■ PLYMOUTH— CHEREOCEG— SOrTHAiIPTON.
Sailing featurday. i:3" A. M.. Pier 15. N. R.
Philadelphia Apr. -.< New York May 13
St. Paul May « St. Louis May 20
;>ED STAB LINE.
"*"*■ ANTWERP— DOVER— LONDON— PARIS.
Sailing aaturiays. 10:30 A. M.. Pier 14. N R.
Kroonland Apr. 2S»! Finland May 13
Zeelacd... May 6(Vaderland Mi 20
\yHITE STAR LINE.
" NEW YORK— QUEENifTOWX— LIVERPOOL.
Saillr-r Wednesdays and Fridays. Pier 4S, N. R.
Baltic Apr. it). n^'Mii Oeeaalc. .May 10, ii.'M A M-
Teutonic.May 3. 10 A. ML Majestic. . .May 17. 0 a. M.
Celtic May 3. <; A. M. | Cednc May Id 6 a M
T l% MEDITERRANEAN " AZ^
FUOII NEW YORK.
CRETIO Apr. 29. coon; June 8. Aug. 0
ROMANIC July 6. noon
FROM BOSTON.
CANOPIC! May 13, 5 f*r-M. ; Juna 24. Aug. 3, Sept. 18
ROMANIC June 3, 10:30 a- m. ; Aug. 19. Oct. 7
TRAVELERS CHECKS
ISSUED PAYABLE .M.I. OVER TUB WORLD.
PASSENGER OFFICE. '.» BROADWAY.
Freight Office. Whitehall Bldg. Battery Place.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
©[LCD QDODEiJDKiIOQDKi] CUDKCEH
DAILY SERViCK.
For Old Point Ooaafort. Nort&Ul Portsmouth. Pinner's
Poit.t and Newport Newa, Va., connectins for Petersuuis
Richmoml. Virgini* Bei ■• Washington, 1- '.'.. a:.j t.itlre
So.th and West.
Freight an 1 passenger steamer* sail from Pier 2*.
N X.. titot Beach ft., every uerk day at 3 P. M.
H. ii. WALKER. VJce-Preaid*n! an . Trade llai:a s er.
BEFORE GOING AERO CONScTLT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
Steamships ut the K£L> "I* ' U.NE v.jll salt fur Saa
Ju£n u.it Li. aa loilowa:
S. S. CARACAS Saturday. April 29 noon
Ji. S. PH I 1 -> DELPHIA irauc.-liij. iiay 13. nooa
For :rtU;ht or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLJ9S * DALLETT.
General Managers. 12 Wai! St.
■OLD "D* LINE.
Fir La Guayra. Puerto Cab*!!o. Curacao and Mara
caito. via Curacao, calling at San Juan. P. R.
r'rom lit: IS, aiioicias Wall St. Ferry. Brooklyn.
S. S. CARACAS Sa turday, April -*» noon
b. £. HIUADELJ>HIA. Saturday, May 13. noon
For La Oua^ra, Cur<u.-ao and Maracaibo
S. B. ZULIA Baturttay. Hay f5. nooa
8. S. MARACAIBO Saturdity. May 20. noo-
It.tbo ■mini is have *..;•-■ . accommodation* for l-u*-"
MOM
BOULTON, BLISS i DALLETT.
General Managers. SC St.
A — CUNASD LINE.
"**■* TO LIVERPOOL. VIA QUEENSTOTTJf
Fron rten Sl-5i North lU\er.
Etruna Apr. r.«, cuon; C«ronia ilay la. i p .
t.uu;i>anla- .. .llty ij, 4p. I!.] t,ucunia liay iy • l- 4.
Um'uria May 13. 11 A. M. E.mria May 27. 11 a if"
GIBRAUTAII— NAPLES— ADRIATIC
New MoJern Twin Su-.ts t'ltamers.
•tXTONIA M«y P. 3 P. M : June 27. \ rt 15
SLAVONIA May S3. 1" A. M. ; July v All i ....
I'ANNO.NIA Jur.e (J. 10 A. M. : July .^.^' r;
•Carries S«-or..i BBd Thir^l Class Only * a -
Apply i~j BroaCwar, N*«w Yorit.
VEIIXON H. CROWN. Gmeral v s«-nt.
> HOLEARD?AMERI6A LfE§Ej
NEW YORK— KOTTr-T. DAM. \U BOULOGNE.
Sailing Wnine»«ia>« at lit A. 11.
XoorCam Apr. »;: Itoitrrdam Ma v it
StttenJam May ijPotwlain l'\lav *>i
nrndem May li)|N"oorda^n May 31
HOLLAND-AMERICA LJNH. *> UKOADYVaT. N. y".
M ALLORY STEAMSHIP^ LINE.
TICKETS. ALL. CLASSES. TO
TEXAS. COLORADO. MEXICO. CALIIORNia. GEOR
GIA. FLORIDA. ALABAMA (Cities— divmoa
Kty U«t. Mobile. Jarfcsonvuia. *c).
Ijow California tickets now on- sale.
Ifcx.klet "POC«Wt GtH c ' HT.FK.
C. H. If ALLOHY ft CO.. 1» Tnat St.. X. T.
Excursions.
Ocean Steamers.
CLARK'S SERVICE
Th« moat delightful and most economical means at
FOREIGN TRAVEL
by all lines aid. by
Specially Chartered Steamers
Write {or particulars and Catalogue B
FRANK C. CLARK. 113 Broadway, New Tork.
GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY.
Fv.rn«>wia. Apr. 29. 3 P. M. AFtorta May IS If M
Caledoma. ..May ti. fc> A. M. Columbia. ..May 20. 10 A M
Cabin $So. Second Cabin $33. Third Class $27.50
And Upwards, according to accommodation and steamship
For Tcurs and Information apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 and 1» Broadway
cAKAiUjye rmn mimi
Intended Ste&mshlp Sailings from Vancouver (or Japan.
China and Philippine Islands.
Emj>r»sa of China. . .May Ist: Empress of Japan. .Jane 12th
Empress of India.. 23J R. M. S. Atheiuaa.Jusa atst.i
R. at S. Tartar May 2J*ti. , Empress of China July 3a
For Fiji. Hawaiian Islands. Australia and New Zealand.
Mio wera. Apr. 28th j Manuka. May 28ta
For rates and Information apply to 221 sto-*ve.. iis
and 1 Broadway.
QOOK'S TOURS TO EUBOPE.-33 THIS
season. 9175 to *1 015. All expenses included Pro-
Braniniea. THOS. COOK & SON. 261 and X.ISS Broad
way, «S> Madison Aye.. N. Y.
"TA VELOCH"— Fast Italian Line.
Sailing every Wednesday to Naples. Genoa.
Nord America May 3!Citta dl Napoll May 10
Cabin 4-'^> up. Dining saloon on promenade lee*.
BOLOGNESL HARTFTELP & CO.. 2» Wall St.
Spring Resorts.
VEW-TORK.
in the Fountains
of Orange. SuHlvan. Ulster and Delaware Ccrcntle«. SI. T..
on th« New Tork. Ontario A Western By.
If you are seeking a SUMMER. HOME for your family
In a region of absolute
HEALTH AT MODERATE COST.
i 2.000 feet above the sea. with pur« air. pure- water, pur«
milk, no malaria or mosquitoes, and within Three Hour*'
, Ride from New York — a country heartily recurr.menaeJ
1 by physicians — then send 7 cents for postage to th» un
d«rata*ned or call .and get frtr* at offices below the
SITtRULY ILLUSTRATED BOOK. "SUMMER
■"HOMES." of 136 pages. It gives a Uet of over 1.000
Hotels. Farms, and H' ardlnir Houses, with their location,
rates of board, facilities, attraction^ Ac. Vacation Bu
reau a; 4^> broadway. N. Y.
IN NE"ar YORK— I4I. I*. 425. UH 1.370 Broadway:
: 3 Park Place; 257 41.'! At.; 245 Columbai At.; 2.7 M3d
Ay.: Wes». li.th St.; I*2 SUI Ay.; ticket offices.
FraTuclirt and West 42d St. Ferries.
IN BROOKLYN— S42 and SfiO Pulton St.; 890 Broad
way; Eagle Office.
On May 27th, 2Sth and 2»t*i Excursion tickets at re
, duced rates will be sold at 423 Broadway. 1.334 Broad
way, and Ferry office*, giving an opportunity of person
all.* selecting a Summer home and also enjoytnir a day's
flsl ing in this delightful region. Tickets good returning
May 31st.
J. C. ANDERSON.
Tragic Manager. 5« Beaver St.. If. T.
BKIAECLXET MANO3, K. T.
BRIARCUFF LODGE,
Open in June.
POCANTICO LODGE,
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Sir. E. S. Comstock. New York representative, wi:i b« at
Brl*rellfl Far...* O:9e«. LM WINUSUK Aiit Al>t. Ktfta
A venae »iiii 4>ta street, on week day*, from 10:10 ta
1:30.
Eriarcllff realty Information at th» home ofßc*. Briar
ellS Uauor. or city office, by appointment
I>AVUJ a. I'LlilEK. Gf iii-ral Maaa«cr.
BriarcliS Manor. N. T.
Manhanset House,
Manhanset Manor.
SHELTER ISLAND. LONG ISLAND. N. T.
HOTEL OPENS JUNE 22.
Furnished Cottages for Rental.
For Booklet and Information address
ROBERT MURRAY. Manager.
23 Union Square. NEW YORK. Room 3.
GARDEN CITY
HOTEL.
A magnificent hl«h l-i.-i modern hotel in th« (ardta
spot of Lens Island US miies from Ne-sc-TorkJ.
NOW OPEN.
J. J. LANNIN CO.. Props.. Garden City. U. 1.
Also Propa. Hotel Graniatan. EronxTllle. X. T.
THE CHESTNUTS
P.iverdale-cn-HuCson. X. T.. will open for the aeaaon
April K'th. U. B. ANABLE.
rntuiNi*.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS
NEW VOKK OFFICE. 243 FIFTH AVt
Waters. Uiliia, hotel acd »prl-!g climate ncmiier*
equalled. Rheumatism, (out and cervotu '„tu>« cured.
Complete hydro-ta«i ruiic a^parata*. Xetr «un parl^f
•nd palm room. Goir. rtdine. «invmp and o-nJoor pa»
tlm»:». ComparOßaa »:**p«rr ieave» New York week day*
1:55 P \; . and arrive* iprinss s:Ju A. M. tiJ-aruiun
tickets at C. A O. edit*. 302 llrcadwajr. and office* fei-n
sylvAEia R. K.
FRED. STERTIT. Mar.as«-r. Hot sprir.sx Va.
CAUPOOMi
California
VTh-r»- you c«n er.Joy &->«-.!=?. Batii!r». rUhtaj. Colftaj.
R!dia;. Driving. Choc.tine. 'i'nicis. an^ all ouidoor sports
Eiery Day in th* T*3r.
SOUTHERN PASiFIC
O;> j :-i:.j ud.l7 torn
XKW ORt-E.\XS to SAX I.;AN(1MO.
Sunset Express
LOUISIANA. TEXAS. NEW " MEXICO. OMM
CAUTOSSOA.
Inquire 343 or 1 Droad««y. N»w York.
City Hotels.
1— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT.—
• va:« bai:i»; inrluilm; m«-als. %\U wet-Uly; two. 125.
VAN ItKN.-^ELAER. Il> East Hth-st.. •■*.- i<h »%*.
Found.
.T7OUSD. an umbrella. A.! !r>--->. aivin* fall parttcuJaTa,
_L description. CAREFUL* Tribute Uptown OAe*. 1.384
Broadway
Spring Resorts.
CTW-JKKSEY.
ATLANTIC ■
CITY jpj
jfiTC2 mm — < -g"i- ■»■ Titiwiilj
_■ « - :
MVS »•? C-u». !«»«> L.bertj >(.tuiu,n C
(Tea »*J \. :. >i:«...t oonm Trr-y I
— . _ . " nunn:«» mriirr- 'tS^n'timiAttfrn 5
nsaiCTß At!«nt!» City 'utu^jats si? a 9
tia Cart eat snasfarC ['
NEW JERSEY pi
CENTRAL g?;
NEW HOTEL UNIT
Oc«ui End *** *-r*. ; . \.. Atlas!'.* CUy. N. X
Rooms ■.-:> ,_.;... „ - h . . . .
*ppomtmt £ v -las.c ri> <«—
A C. M'aEI.US A SOX.
Kcßtucky Aye. AL»».t:c Clv V J tin •>
A acw. nnissia aiata <
moderr
beat. etc. Oflm hmWih*.
daily. m.:u«.
xxJUag: oc^c ac.i a2i>is»W |2^J«< SUO p * ror * ••^"
, *•'■ H. T. rOYiUt-
HOTEL DENNIS
ATLANTiC CITY. N. J.
6»tca. ocau "*"*• UM *°>1 c..v mt mmm „ |nsj|
am TH3 EXTirtE TEAS.
- ; WALTth j. vtbt.
THE IRVINGTON.
up-to-,..
aa«»t. ■ i »a 4 -julp-
■•*!■
wsekiT. |j
ll_ W. F. WATTS.
HADDON HALL
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
«la*ancc trXLn-"
tor muatrafduteratujr"* I .^^^-"
ATLANTIC OTTI SEMSTT.ST HOTEU
CHALFONTE,
A modem ten story fireproof Hotel. »— -m|-r» <«
.. TUJt I.F.F ■>& COMPACT.
_* 1W * » "■«• . Wrlt- for fete
HOTEL MORTON,
VtrK>n!a Are., ifi.- Rmkh ,v;jn i~ t\:v v • ,■-»••
all It.- jea.-. jr !; . TaM- ' suliei wiw'-prUa*; ££
Haadsom-Jy Riot ~ p tr >c -a-. >izr? irraace~«aVt
E>v»tu, ta al. Sp «u: «.» f., V^Ur c.'pacls
MRS. N. R. HAINES, Qwac *sd Propriato.-.
HAI.Y? "ttJH,.«JiP"
Atlantic City, I Ba«*;i»t Olt> "
!^_JV_ Z-^ ! F. L. )i;|%;,, i.pn-r'l Mjniww.
The Albemarie, \ L '' lnia *" ■«*«■ Beach
* Atlantic City. >". J.
An elegant coders hotel. oiTerisg special terms i, am.
Jl^.:«- *15 weeUiy; *2 up oiily. A tuxitr el Very de
nrabl* ueim h«ate.i roon^ at tha <a raie Lure? sunny
steam belted rooms; ajtc«lieat tai^e; eievj.^.' ' n-iv»'»
b*::;»; 4.\Ar> fee: sua ea^l-rs; bccltlec "
. -• P- CO?X.
HOTEL TEAY2IOEE,
ATLANT CITT. N. J.
Open all year. Dtrecily en Ocean Front. Runnins wase
la tredrouma. Hut and Coin Salt and FTe=h Water • u:r.*^
Water from own artro... . wtU ittjr&vea »icita.-i- >.>>
tern. Go.f cl-6 pnvitejes. ' *
I'RAXJiuKS HOTEL COMP.VNY
D S. WHITE. 'PresiOent
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
STONE. IRON AND SLATE CONSTRUCTION
Claims pre-eminence ror Us uei'.Uia, •MUETTKtte& eUU
venieaee and best New-York paimnagu.
Capacity M Music ail year GoU.
JusiAHVVmTE Je aO.\s, Proprierors.
THE ST. CHARLES
M«« select location on tiie o.?ein front. U :th an p-:a:-
Uaned rejiuta,tiun far *xclu3:v-r.*i3 and hisfh class patron—
age. Hot and ojid tn.lt ar.i tnah »a:er in tvery ba:ii
Lcng d.atar.ce telephone ir. ro^ns. Artesian water Cour
teous service, ijolf privilegeji. IQustrated UKkist Or
cbestra of soiotsia. i ;_■_::. plan*, rates, etc.. ca- he seen
a. I -Si* Fouria A\ cv Nfc.WLJN HAlXfjs
THE nranntsx;
Ocean end cf ISI-ih^nn-ave., Atlantic City. N. J — Rooms
»n suite. -*ith l-aihs. Lon^ distar.ee teleVhr.r/e i"a ruor^a.
Eietatcr to su-ee; level. Booklet called. W. R. EOOO
HOTEL RUTX3LF— ATLANTIC CITY. N. J
Aiwa: Open. iprviai Bering iuteaw
CHARLES R. MTER3?
HOTEL BHADOOCK,
New York .We ami Bea.cn. Atlantic City H J Ele
vator to street level. I- per day u;>. si;>.-~ia! weoitly
W. I. BRADDOCK.
Somerset Inn !s bu: I
from New York ; cm
ferries at Barcl_;
Altit-.
con forts. Mr 1
reached en N. J.
HOLLYWOOD HOTEL
AM» COTTAGES.
WEST END. LONij BUJkSXB. N. J-.
V. i!! opra Jar- l.>tb. X 983.
as a sumnr.tr and winter resort
on the Euioyeaa plan.
Vnder th • Oirecticn ci ifc» orisina: n^^nassr.
LEO> COTIuNTiX.
Tor ar. Infonr.atton call or write the Hotel, or it. T.
Uflli - J. C. LYONS. 4 E. 4ii &t.
Tel«phoß*s j x Jn f c^y\')ii^—Z»Si St/"
B (X CF^lSJirta^^S Assort th* ptcn mt Itrnm Jam
LAKEWOGD ■"*'• a t'.is-it.;:^ .:-(..-) h».i:t.T
TILE LAXTKEI. SMHrSSt
A. X ML-P.PKT. Maaaxor.
THE UIKU-I>-T!IKI';>EV
Fra: F Shut*, Jlaaa«or.
■•ached 67 New Jersey Central KailroaU.
ASBURY PARK. V. J.
THE MIXOT HOITSZ.
Now Open.
Steam iii-:. Sun Purlur*. Eiavator.
MAIN*..
GRI*DSTQM£ INN
Winter Harbor. Xaist'.
Er.laxg*.;. new tathraeai *3i:aa.
Oc.i. Ttnr.ia. SwißUßlxtfj I'ooL
OPENS J!~LY IST.
THE MALYERH HOTEL
Bur U<«rb ir, "r.iin.-.
Remodelled and u-T>;<*r now nanis*
tnent OI'ENa JT.LY IsT.
Alaa cottages for rent.
ERMii C. *iEC3. fttKecer.
Car^ JekyT Island Clu>.
ur.t-::swn:K. ga.
CONNECTICVT.
TOKZ^fTKE BEACH TKX t
ROWATTO.V, CONN OPENS JUNC IST.
M « WaiTi IH MAO:3ON AYE.
JtASt-ACH'
TTOTEL ASPINWAL?
XETT-U-VMrSJUSE.
The Wentworth .
New Castle, r<&SS?Z$k
IS tours from Boston on Sort* Shore. «.---.'...•.:<
lor *». Lars* or=ii««r». ?p!ecUM sslf ISr.k*. Kran-i
drive*, boating, bathing, i'wirnaiins I<cl. tU>.ics. Cent;*
tar a-'. :• -'.:l;:'-s a.l ::■•: j.
HARVEY & WOOD
Sew Hotel Bcllcvuc. Bontoa
SSS S:S-av». l*i»»:ion«. IMS Matt—.
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