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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, October 29, 1906, Image 11

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Trust C&npanies.
Executor Trustee
Chartered 182 L
The Fanners 5 Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 &22 William Street,
Branch, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
Administrator Guardian
RAILBOAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
renewing Is th- tana; table giving th* number of shares of all stocks dealt In last wee*. together
*** "t « W^L M flaal priC *' or th week# ***• flaal prlce * of a week a &° and the closing
s>rtC ** of V.2L ber 2f> *«4 th. net changes of th week and the high and low prices In th» year 1K&
*>tth the high and low prices In th« year li>0&:
.►*!- ■ ~ " I ¥*• I ct^ 11 ' 1 Oo V. 2T - i Oct - I I Range IWO. I Range liX«.
":* ' i .f 5 -. ! High- Low- J 1900. I 20. | NM / High- 1 Low- / High- 1 Low
•J^ •■— crrr-s I llxfl ) eai. i est. TFlnaLI 19t>fl. I change. | aot , eet. / *at. ! eat
ftt^ -A.-natga^.tad Ocpp«- 1..] ™*; SS SS ii!]l H t$ «\t i «» Sh
t a < 6ft),'Amß..garr.i l u ; d Ocpper _* m^ j^ _"V jjf^ -r 1^ 67 40 «8 4«H
— j do ex dividend 5 9 c. ...... 61* illiil ltt>«* lnu _ + is/ liau -,1, nivi -o
ISM Aaerlcaa A(rrioultur£ ctaia.. »% 25 ! SS* 25* X\+ }* I '** X^>' /^
S.7Cpoj»Aiaaricita Beet sugar 13 I*;, « J3 2S Tl\ is H *^V 4 aa2 23
s^sg,grTw^;; :- 2 1h ;■« >% «=« «g3 «*( *
«0O American Hide and Leather... «V eg c c / « ' i-J* ic^T 6 % "a./ «*
£20 fio preferred 81 26 25 2^v 4u T^ iY»I 4 HtS
ja^olAjnerlcan lee Seeurltle I!7H I*o is?i twJ S3 I £ SStzl tS^ !^
ILKM>]*AmW.aui Looomotlva «C 70 ?^u ffu 72 XIS S&J Slj *n^ ?3
Si :^S^:;= ft IS%\f: if 1 1 l! : t
MMU. 1 .Arr^an brn^ung 1 &L.II&. ilk IMS iS, +1* 1* »M* »TO» ?b^
*Je*> . <-o prcierrea ................ I^3 . ij(< ll(U«l lIAUI lirii k tan iiß&t iH7 iiiC
60w, Mo preferred B - i is M? m "<}& =1 1014 i( 9 102 j 07*
Wj-Amjrteui Baua 108 10?' lOwJ - V* 1 102 -IV 107 «C ISH,' 80
•OUj do preferred .6 | «Qj J^| ,2? £*; — ? g» 4 S » | 67H 834
LSO Aznateaa Tobacco j«r j io: »h U% 88« 8»Z -1 lt^ M \wi ! "i«
tSSt'i •American Wooden, ■ 40^ a&fc 1 Si {*\ gj> 84^ L ; S H J V2J 2"H
Suo, «co prererred. 1<H»» 103 102*2 i"s lO^t +^4 11M4 101 10S% C 3
4 * IJ6H 273 265 V, 2^H fiS* +4? «W Ul 275 % 100J4
C7Go , Atccleon ...................... e7>. 102 i nvi icni. nr.Lt J. o I it-; cm. c? 7:! -tS;
J'fJ :&S'^^:e:;;;;! 108$ | \^ i i |fl m 1 x gg» ; ?9%? 9 %
tlWlfAtiactlo Coaiit Lice ••..•-. 161 187^ 135^ £30 135 + 1 167% 131U 170 120
300 ABMriean Pneumatic 6*rvio*. . -_ i-j? S I 2» I $7 I T 2 fi?' J^^ ' — ' ' —
VM. do preferred.................. — 6314 e <»i. p"t< 1 «i TT v cv. tin
•••^^^^•^O^ 0 »JH lgt l^J ifSg" U6%1 +2!,. IMS 106% 11T IbOH
6i.ul Co -referred. &7UJ 02 01 1/2 0"> - nuu bl 100 KJV
Brooklyn Sapid Traaatu » S i & 7St 77H t^ B 71 % 86%
«(K> Brunswick 15v»f 10 imS 15C lEU 4- * 215 i«v 22V ios
276, do preferred ►».... — ' Sg 67^4 67U *H 4- 6V : 9\ 2 — —
lW*Bnttoriak Company _ 6iH f^J C 44 TO lIOH TO 40 60H 50
»•■ Canada Southern 1 71 66}» «j ««;u «6« 4- 2 To' 4 «r>'-i 74 77 * 1 07
«OSU Canadian Paclf.a 168^ 17» ' 17^ 1^ 17^ -2- 183 ' 15^2 177« 18'k
Central Leather t*2 Sb% 84 • 3?. V ««t — < 49^ 84 474 40
X ao preferred . , K^ ; ioT lokl %l* MS? - V &t iB2 1065 lOlvi
*v.' ver.::»; New Jersey 64* 223 221 ! 221 222 —1 "s 1 SO4 233 * H*>
1£... £e*s4>*aie A Ohio ; 04^ ; &&Hl 67 ' M ' .%7 + I T» MH -WH 48,
gyu Chicago cc Alton 85 2»H, 2» 294 83% —3% S*V 20 444 80
200 i 0i 0 preferred 77 7ovi; 7 qu -;q£ ?(u 7 .1 cqCi 74 : 6S>! > 73
E.40C.;C110a j Great «' tlMni ' 21* •&! i?t* if? "« 4. vi Hi 16 254 17H
TOO <io preferred B ! 34i, 25» 23x1 "*,u 26 i —1. E&5 25 874 20
ttUOOJChlcan Milwaukee &St Paul. 179 , 173^1 16&4) 1714 JC«% +2% 1«£ IBS* 1« IW4
«^ */^° preJerrea. IS&H. 11*. , 19-j ' 190 ' IW> • IS 1774 ' 192 ' I«2H
''2?. 10<1 *^^ aa l 5? tern i ( 21*>^ ( ?° 6 , 20114 201H 204 — 2Vi 240 ! 102 J 249 ! 1604
4(K»iCtilo st Paul II * O pref — ' 178 17s 1 * 178 lf=B ; —10 202 ' 176 [ 230 MB
apO,Cfaloaco Tennlnal TracUon | i«ft| 11 ' n n 11 . _Jl_ • * thi 8* £0 ' T*
100. do preferred I 40 1 28 .£» ' oS ' 2S I — — i 426 27 42U : 174
g»Chioe» Union Traction IWij 4% 4U 4% i% + 4 8»t wg fl
2.".-! co preferred j 424 16 | ifl * j8 18 , __?■ 474 n% M 80*
7fO,C CC& St loul* 89 84* 63% 94^ 93H + JH[ J»S 00% 111 9U
IV i\ do preferred — j J124 1124 1124 113% —IS US 110 121% 115
£-. ■ C-evr.a.r :i- T but » — i 1764 1754 175V4 — I -i 1754^ 1754 185 ' IBBTa
•»•*-■■ Colorado ; "-«- * 1r0n.......... 4ST4 E4H Uu lig l CO*! + * S3S 404 69 88
ifitaOO Oolorado at Southern C7* |9H s T^ : 86^f |2£| _ B 4:" gg 804 22^4
J2.100; do 2J preferred ............. j 43 I 6**, , M ' C7+J; 68% +«S 06* 48 65 82H
«,5&0l Colorado st Hooklag Coal &I. 16^, 214 19 ; 2 r^ l&H \ 4. 5' 28H 17 20 11*
2.700 ; a,t.r.::::::::::r:a ,t. r.::::::::::r: 1833 « l Ht- l sJ 188 ' l l\ 181? 130% 214 ITS
l.WOCojn I-roduots „.. — 2o^ j^ i£% 20 - W 2S ISH - —
: "Src^:::::::::::::; = , 7? Hi ?? 757 5 | : ™» il> ?H -:^ = =
B^>jO;i>elawE?« & Hudsra .-.. 223T4 220 213 i 816 US* + H 2SI 189 ; 240*1 ( 178V4
„52l IH1 * trar Lac ll ** Western... . | *-5 | OS4H 5S4«i 6844 6544 M 0 437* 4984 835
B.ooQ<l>ei:ve.- & Rio Grand* S3 4U4 89< 40H 89S - 1 - H ClT '4 ae^J. BS% 27U
780. Co prafen*« '7 84?, 63* B3 M 2j —i^ 81H ; S3 ' Pi', BB>2
10 De« ilolnee «- Fort D0dg»..... 20 | 14 | 14 14 ; ££:! ™\ 23^ 20 i 284 10
I^o6;D*trc!t Ucittd Hallroad 1 61=4, 62H. 90 60»4 98% — rul 102 00 9«4 76H
U.Joo;»Distir.:n«; Securities ! 4^5: 70 ! 65 6S«S, «7*» + I*l 74H 61 ' M4i 34%
2»;«Du:uth South chore it Atlacao IS* 17* 1714 17^ 17*; __ 2 £2y4 10 [ 22* 11%
«00 -do prererrad 84 j £9 . fig 88 £7 4. 1' 1 45 ' 32 4R» : 21
•rr.inOErle 474 ♦*»>., 48 ! 43\ 434 4. %) 80% 3SH C2«i 374
8.400J ie Ist pre.'erred t Bn\; 70*, 754 78H 76 ' — fcj S3 j 75 ' BSMIJ T«
1^00; <Jo2d preferred....... ) 724 68 66*! 67 j €7 [ : TO*! 624 78% 654
loOlreiiaral Minis* & 63ielt 120 174 174 174 172 4-2 100 I 188 ] 145 J 60
UOI Ac preierreS *e^| ©8 ©«v P7 i P7 ' — ' J12«I 01 ' UOHI 75
100: General Cbemtoal Company prof — , 103 103 108 : 108 — 2 ! 109% 103 , 1074 101
8*000 : General Electric Company j 185 j 374"4 1734 1 174 378 — 1 ' 184 ■ l<io%| 1&2 I Iflfl
BM7«!Qreat Northern rref 816* E2B 814 i 818 818 —8 848 275 889 238
SSI*Hon Bi'.ver — 1.73 1.73 I 1.78 2.00 2.23 1.70 1.65 ! 1.7U
l,C34!Havana. Electric I::., way j 26*ij 47 46 ! 43 49—8 53 ' BS4 B^4 IS
ii*> •: craterrej iI6T 76 [ 67 57; 87 ! 83 : 4-2 : 07* 70 82 j t*>
lOOiHocklnr Valley pxef 64 j 94 ; 64 04 94H — 4 9{'«* M ' 97* 90
J»;!tyeres!l-Ra32 I — 624 4«4 6SH' 494 +4 : 63^, 41 — ! —
• 0 P re ' erre - - — M 044 C 595 85 634 — —
1.100 rilcofs Central. w M ■ 177% ' 1744 ; in* 173*4 ■ 172 +1« j I^4 ! 154 — 152*
lWJEaoola '•ea-.raJ 177^' 174H 17IV 173^4 172 ! +«* I** 1 -* I^4 lf>3 152%
I< -£J' International .. Pt - psr 21 *» 1«I 17* 174 18 —H : «ii ( 16UJ 25* 184
<00, Go crfferred ! P0 62 61H PIH 61V4 — % 80 804 BS* 70
2W!»lntern«tlMiai Power. 62 81* iy>v. Bf»H Cl* — ' «5 4S 100 ; 49
f£&' Ie i erEat: i~ 1 Sta&m P-orr.p — iZ-H <»*< 44H -43 i 4- I*4 60 27 j 4 ° T * 20
l,^uO 4o preferred •-, 64% 62* BO I 614 64 1 —24 '.'2 79 SS% 75%
>«J»i I *S*» 2" K% 2° 7 » 29% — X 84% 24 82 2«
r Co .->ref*rr*d 1 M ' 4 62H 624! 624 63 i —41 «8* *8 61 t 60
; -MetrOßC^tan j - Mtf 86^ 8«H MU + S 5T,»* ! 88% - | —
C.fiOOi Co preferred _ ) — ■ 77vi| ~r, 76* 7 52 4. V ss T f., Jo* — —
400 Kanias City & Southern ( 27 ' 25 , 274 1 27* £7 I •+• v.l 87« i 22% 1 88* 22*
1400 a preferred C7\ : W> : 6Hi Sft ! 57^ J- I? 71 43 ! 7<> • 02
.S*:^ 3 Cl'r " Sectt ■ V r-'... 852 774 77 I 70 ! 78 -4- 1 ( 544! 77 87 81%
'•S2?. E 5 lck6rfcoc ' Ktr Ic * c ' rr^jsgo.. 2»* 774 78 : 7B* 764! —*| H>i 64% "5 [ 10
270 do preferred — gi J S1 «* ! 80% 4. 31 85% 75 -80 60
.}^i\ lJ3ne I«'aai 1 TO* 61* 61*1 <" : i 64 ' — 2* ! 81* ■--. 73% boh
•>' iLoul3vll; " - N*a*bvlll«. 16^ 146% 142% 143*1 143 i 4- 5 16«J 136* ""V 1344
(20 Manhattan Bevat«d.^ ice* 144T4 > 141^ 144% 142 ! 162 140 175 161
«r^" >; " ;sa " State , Tel ....I — 1 02 82 1 0° : 02 : 92 02 — —
e,OOO ! T "" an Central 2ST4' --' ■ 20 « 21U! 4- «i 26*4 18* 20 18%
100 M!-.t:gar. Central...... -* 10... ( $ I 130 I 190 | H? »0* : 140 155 lv
Mi.ineepo!l9 *at Lou!* 82 «7U 1 fi7 ■ C 74 tVT4J I f4* 88 84%j 664
200j do preJerred i — I 974 97*1 974 974^ ; 100* 00 108 : 86
100;ailan St Paul A ■ suit Bte Mare; 18. I ISO : i.v) I 150 ! 147 I 4-8 ' 164 ; HI4 145 694
12.74^. Missouri Kansas & Texas 1 81% 344 88 ' 84 32* + I*l 40* 29 ' 394 I 24
«-^!«. <So :ref*rred r.-: 63 « e*i» 88% 88 •+• H 74 64^: 73 ' | 66>4
mjBO Missouri Pm<J s=- 1° 2!1 » S5 03 " I 94 ; 03* + »A ' 106% - 854 110% 94* i
100 NaehvL.e & Cl-AttanoogU 14- US l»S | 188 141 — 1494 133 158 187
£LAIO *>.'ational Biscuit 68 ' 7741 72 I 18% 72 +84 774 12 • 60H' 62
l«0| »do preferred ! 116 j 11<-4| ligu übi^, iis-j . . ' 118* 1134 120* 110
B"C> N'atlo:^! Enameling * Btamplng 15 j 1341 13V41 is% 124 4- % 184 12 314 11
•aVOBft "National . 3 47 7f ' S ' 7 « 1 74;^ 73 ' Ihi v ;. 68 ' 80% 24%
, *'■■ *do preferred ■: ■■•■, 107 ! IW-41 1024 108 i 10241 4. ft: 10C\i! 100% 111* 87%
laVBOO Sat P.al!roa3 of Kexioo pref... 36*1 544 v, I .'.4 I 49 I - B I 644! 36 ' 45 ■ M%
•00 Co "id preferrod Ifi 264 26 I 26 ! 25 : 4. 1 > 88% 18* 244 17*
2^oo"New York Air Brake -■"•• 1474 1424 j 1474! 142 '• 4. BHJ 168* 133 ' 169* 140
•*»T S>« Tork Central ........... ISO 130-* 1274 123 ! 129% —1% 186% 127% 167% j 186*
i- New Toxic Cbioaco as Bt Lou!».. 544; 65 ' ea I MM <V? : —14 734 M ' 76* 42
XjK»->; So 2d preferred j c;> 88 1 £4 ! 88 | S 2H 4- 3'- 91% -' ! 05 ; 74
140 "New York & W*w Jer*»y Tel.. — 125 j _- ! 125 i 125 ' * I 165*1 125 I 172H 1684
r.<\ New Tork New Haven c Hart. 2024 1&4 i 193U 104 I 194 j —I 204« i: 190 i 215* 192
W'>;:New York Ontario & Westera. . ' 68% 45% 44%! 451. 44% f 4. v 67* i 43* 1 64 40%
l«.710Sor»!k & ««n |»5 05* ■:. S4* 02? +1% 07H M ' B»Hi 76
200 <Jo preferred 08% 00^j 90;,; am on».i 08 ] 00 ' 08 ' 014
2.V. North Amerlcaa W.»» . 00* {.v " SB4 e9%» —I*l 107 5.% : 107 ' 05%
60..'.- Sort! - Pacific 204* 2134' 108% 210* 209*1 4- 1% 2324 179* 2164 l«f>
100. New Orleans Rt &Lt preT.... — 81 a] 81 POU +2 S3 i 80* — \ —
4<V''Pac:S-: Mall -. 47* 86 | leu 844' 85 — 4 614 ! 2«*( 88% 38
17».65') t Pennsylvania Railroad #144% 14Z%| l?.f. 140 ! ISO* + % 147H 122H 14<»i,! 1314
100 Peoria & Eastern 394 35 88 1 88 I 43 ! — 8 : 484 1 £3 ! 4<«V 27
S.«or>:Peor:e*s Ges & Coke 103^1 *{>'•% E&\i BBM M — %1 l3 ' 88 ' 1154 07\l
"-•" Pitlsburr Coal i»H| 16% i« 36%| 15* +14] 17% 13* 21 ! 124
!/■■• la preferred P4«i! 59%' 66% 88% BR + « 82% BO 80* 45%
£or.!PlUs CC& St Loulß 62 ■ 84 U 84 B6^ —IV.; 86% 75%! 87* 70
4 Plttuhurr Fort Wayr.e & CSile. . ' — ! 178 173 ' 173 I — * — — 1M I^4
tl,l9f.'; 'Pressei Bt-el Car ; 43 | 67* 83% 64 ! 63%! 4- % 64% ! 43 88% 34
470 ! di prwferrwJ JO0*! TOU| 9% > '.---. 08% 4- U lf« i 05 ! 101% 87
MQ (Pullman Palace Car SCO 261* 25621 261%! 2T.5 • 4. *•_ 26S j 213 258 I 230
2nrc Quicksilver ! I%' Mil I*l 1% IV f 2%i 1% "- %
* 1.E50 »pjul»av Steel Bprlng- ; 45 . 52% 61 I 62 ) 80S 4- I%] «2%] 44 88141 80
M&t.v TLii.iirji 124%; 145% 188 I 140% 141* — HI 1«* 112 143% 77
W do Ist preferred »....! 01*! HI < Cl I 01 ! 01 ! 06 89 07 ! 90
800] do 1. rrtferred OS* !C H {*«' _ OS : '
— do m Mead 2p « — 85* 0514 j D 5%! — ! — *' 102 ' 00 ' 101 ' «4
*.10.-i i »Bp™ J ».!Jc Iron & Steel 25% 88* 84*| 83* 85% l + *| 40% 22* 8«% 13
\M<»\ *<Jo ■■■-£■-! 04^ 06 | 06 j I*% 00% ! 110% 01 ' 108 ' 07
■17/*C«j R'.ck 2p:ar.i ■■ ! '--'-I 27% i 26* 27Vl 2-„ 4- «,) 80S 22% 37% 21*
KS\ co rr»fcrred '- . ' 65 j r^%t 94% 88 ! — 4 co* 60 I F5 00%
200] St Joseph A Grard Island j 22%) 21 21 21 23 I — 2 ! 27 20 25 12
Vj] £0 lit preforred •■- I • ; | 64 C4 ' -"> — 80% 60 I (13 ! 4«%
MOO'St I>cuis & Baa Fran 2d pref.. 65* 47%; 46%] »nu 47 —%( 61* 40%! 73% 43
frXhat Lous & astern...... 2?. 24%! 23% 23*! 2H% + 14: 27 4' 20% ( 27% 20
29M do ••• rred 6>- 69 j 874J W I BT 4-2 1 BB%| 4S* 86% 53
. 1.600 Bloes-Eheff ■•••-■: i Iron 70 72%; 71 | 72 72 I ' 00% «*£■ 11«% •'"
sW.Oralßoothem Pe-'.fle 03%| 00%| 01% 0«% 4- 1% 07%! 61 72% 57%
1.2: to prefem-d 119% 118 1 iiaijl IIP* ll^H 4- %' 120% IJ6 12-%f 115%
•V-- Southern Railroad 35* 84% Bl ' 88% 3.1%! — ■-' 42%] ' R2% 8S ' 2?
V' : Co priferrr'! 98% 106 ! 03 ( 03 ! 56% — * in.3 ' 05 102% 05
f.s»'«?tanCßrd Mlr.lnp — i 2.90 I 1.75 I2 75 ! 8.00 ! —25 I B.Oft ■ 2.50 ! S.W I 1.60
B^' >s:.*esm Coal & Iron 8«H 15«%; 168 | ]-.-. ! 157« — 2%! 168 [ 12» 148 I 05
».700ITe**i & Pacific 88* 37* 3>: I ao%i 36 I 4- 1? 40% 28 ! 41 ! 20%
LOOO] <«o LeeS TniFt •;- ! 88 ! 85 ! >•- ! -; 4- fl ' MM f 66 57%
ThM AT«m« Railroad — I — 1 — 1 — : _ ( _ ! 1*9% I 12.3 I 141 ' 120
I.2oo 'Tß'.tdo Bt Ix>ul» & Weatern....: 59%! fin 1 gfa< a.-" 1 . 27 ! —IS 40H' I' . 43*1 344
UOO do preferred 58% 55* r.4 | B*u| 55' — %| 89% *a ' 86 ! mv;
t<&-*'T»-ln Cltr EUbbU Transit : 118 112 I i;j I in ! 111% — 4 122%' 10«% l 122U 106
600J*Coioo l:ar & Paper ' I*4 6*| « ' 8% fl ' 4. V, 15% rUJ 15* 9%
_ 2«. »Fl o prtferrod j W B8 ' 12 62 ! S3 : — 1 I F4 I 53 ' ' : 2* 4 fi^
■"«■ Cnlon Parific : 181% 184% 180%' lga ' 181 j +1 I 186% ISS%I 161*| 113
'•'*> do oreferT^d '■••■. ••-"- 02%! 02% 03 ' —Hi 6S I 01%] 101 V 05%
7*o]Untt«d Kar.way Irrestment ... 70% 88% 64 ! S4 ' •'■ — I%' OR ' Kf» 02%' 21%
IX>jl <: o preferred ' 01H 73 | TO* 72 ! 72 " ! I 03% fa 04U! ih%
"'• >U 6 Cert iron Pipe A Foundry! 8S 4S i 4?*. 46*1 47%! — *! 53 ! 43% I 4844
4fc.| »flo prer»rred 08 , 01 I 00%! 00*' 92 i —IV 0fl%! 00 I 67*;! 7!>U
3 f <ur S P.ea'.ty fc Irrprovement... - f I t>6 J fC ' 18 ' Xi%! — *! C4M,! 75 I 06%' 77
«00>«r S ReductJon & IleSclcr... 2&* ! Bl ! SI ' 81 f 84 I — 8 40% 24 I 4O 1 ;! 3 1 *
7'>o. »io preferred 7^ ' 7L >1U - ■ 70 | 70 ! 72%; —■% M 1 80 I 73* 83
IfOMiTJnlted States Rubier ! 62% I"--- ! 4.7%' f'>\. ! 47% 4- 2V -''M 18« »«%l 88*
B.*Sol do r rer«n*d I 110%! 10*%: I^s ' 107 < 108 t + 2 ! 115 ! 104% r- 88%
. 8"> ! <Io 2d preferred I — j 77 -• ! n ! 70%! — SUI 87% i 7' BB%| 70
1 0.7^; .Utlted fans £:ecl 97%* 4~i; 4>,a i 47%! 46Ul 4- I*, 1 BOU 1 52% ' 43'JI 24%
I s.saj' d» rreferred . I 104H 1 1«M if-:. io«U! ]f««;t 4-1%! 11?,% O^V 1074,1 80%
MOO \lrrfn:a- r^»"/.:r.a Chemical I 82%' 6< 3 .i! S«H' ■?"■■ 87*1 — > % 58 I 81 ! SBHI 28%
V*)\ *■> frc>rrcd ) 107 ' HO 1 10 '■: 110 ' 109 ! 4-11 117U 104 ! llfl*! 10H%
I.SOO Virginia irmz Coa! & C 010*.... 41 ! B6 ! 62 ! r.2% 1 • r.4 I —m 1 .-:••'. 3S ! r.2%' 28
M6]«Va>eaa rmtimrtng ! il Mil »* o*' 11% -'-•-- if.*! 7 34>,! 8
8W -do prererrei — I <«%' «3%! <U ' 68 tf] —1* I 70* BO | TAK\ 4l«
J Or* "■'■•■ bash 21*! 18*1 ••;, , 10%! 19% I 2CH! i«»| 24'! 1 17%
•fOOt do preferred 40% i46 ! 44 441.; 45 ' —%' rx% 404! 41 a 7
!w}W<Bjal Farco Exprr-s 235 I 800 I EOO 801 ! 806 4- « 1 80S ! 233' ' 260 ' 227
L<XM ; Western Union : e«rapb ' 82% I cr V 86 ' 88% o< ? 4- "-1 ! 04% M ! 65% I 02
l*):w«etJri(rbw:ie laaJrafaetorln*... *%! 164 154 > '.4 ' 154 — — I 376 ! 148 I 184 ' 152
2»!-Wh«e1ir.tT 4 Lalcr- Erie...' . ' — IT 14% 17 ' 37 J ' 21«! 16 I 19* ! IB
200 Ar, Ist rref erred 1 80 ! BC% Srty! SC'i! S p '»i ! _ »i' 414 1 * I *' M I 4* ' 86
WSjTTlaeonalp Oatra] ' 80 ' 25%! 28 ' 2f.* 2.". I 4- ill an ! 28 I BSH' 20
_465 ; _60 nfcfwTfH | Cl . 63 I 62 ! 62 ' ri'i 4- '-. -4 I 44 : 64% 143
V Total sales (or the wvek. •CnUsted.
ifUCH PUBLIC LAND DISPOSED OF.
total for Year, 19,413.187 Acres— Eeceipts
Pby Government, $7,585,524.
n^Mafasxtos Oct. v- — Th« annual report of th«
zJJ**"**** of the Occcral Land Ofllce. which
211L p*4« public sssT 6hows that the total r^-
i;«i° r Uie ' car ended June JO were J7.685.C24.
tiij CPea6 « over .. , preceding year of J.-..J7 718. TJha
JJf*- «J-ea of the land <si*j>oeed cf v.-as 1i.481,187
rjf £ ; Increase of 2,274.065 eeros.
"terßi " '•' f*corr.rnendatlot« mtd» by Commls
n»^-'^ r - *Jcterds In bis report of a year ago sr- re
h»r^|»^*cept In ittxic«*a vrbere ConcTesa already
■Ma*' " T^-« ac:!on r«ju«-ste4. Under a bill
.Gj-^V* ll li;f ' -a?t sr-sslon if Cori?r<»«r th 2 I^ind
rLr 1 -. ,1 <Jn '^r conslderar'ojj t5.» establishment <;f
Arti;i! r > protect The pn'alstorie r-jJn«= ef
tSotfill* ''" ew e * O.lora;1o find Utah, which
JSSasa'or *i re read* the subject of a report by
<*"sTtf E^ra: L, B«w«tt, assistant ethnolopist
*t tv? fiHS?*- cf American Ethnology and fellow
***• ArciMsolofioal InßtltirU of Amerlc*,
Truxt Co mpa mes.
WILL DECHEASE SMOKE NUISANCE.
Baltimore & Ohio Issues New Orders to Loco
motive Firemen.
With th« object of minimizing- the emission of
6.-noke from locomotives of th* Baltimore & Ohio
Railroad. J. E. Muhlfeld, peneral •uperlntanflent
of motive power, has Issued n'w Instructions, to en
gineers Usd firemen. lntend*3 to govern their firing.
This will result In a saving of fuel, and tha elimi
nation of dense- imoke will contribute to th« com
fort of passenfifrs and tha c«Mral public, Mpa
cUlly In Daß.»lng through rltks and thickly popu
lated sections.
Tije company is putting fix machinery, boilers,
fireboxes, I!'j<-h, grates and other appliances of lt«
locomotives In th« host poaslble condition for ser
vice, and all adjustments or repairs tlmt may bo
found Ei«o«»sarjr will be xna^a. j
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1906.
Trust Companie*.
Banking Convenience.
If ycu are living or doing business
to Manhattan keep your banking ac
count with us at 1 76 Broadway, if in
Brooklyn, at 98 Montague St., if in
Queens Borough, at 350 Fulton St.
Jamaica.
Open your account in either place
and you can make deposits or arrange
for loans at that one of our banking
offices most convenient to you. The
advantages of this company's exten
sive organization and large capital are
yours in either locality.
Every function of a trust company
efficiently performed.
Finance Committee In cnarsre o>l
Bunking Interests:
C H. Kelse?. Pres. Jimes H. Olipbant.
Okas. A. Pesbody. Jacob 11. Schlff.
E. T. Bedford, James Speyrr,
Ertper L. Marstoa. Edward O. Stanley,
William H. NlcaoU. 2d Vlce-Prea.
TiTIE GUARANTEE
AND TRUST C 9
Capital & Surplus. - $11,000,000
170 Broadway. .\> w York.
168 Mo;.tairce St.. Brooklyn.
SAO Fnlton Street, Jamaica.
4? TRUST CO s $
60 Broadway.
Sth Aye. A 84th "treat.
100 West 125 th Street.
Third Aye. £ 148 th Street.
PAYS INTEREST
ON DEPOSITS
SUBJECT TO CHECK.
Household and Personal
Account. Solicited.
City Hotels.
I HOTEL BARTHOLDI
23d Street & Broadway
In the heart of the shopping district
Rooms $1.50 per day. Rooms, with bath,
12. 80 to S3. per day and up.
SELECT CUISINE. QUICK SERVICE.
P. Toner MoVry. Mannger.
4 — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT, prl-
Tsl. vate bath, $1.50 dally: including meals, two. 115
weekly; one. $15. THE ALABAMA. 15 E. llth at.
Apartment Hotels.
MURRAY HILL HOTEL
PARK AVENUE, 40TH TO 4IST STS..
NEW YORK.
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FOURTEEN EAST SIXTIETH ST.
Aoarttn.so.ts In new addition are now ready for Inspection.
EAGER & BABCOCK.
THE RHI>*ELA>T>EII,
12 STH AYE.
A f»w «uttss. furnished or unfurnished, to lea*« t«
desirable tenants.
Books and Publications.
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Citations.
fTVHE KEOPLE OF THE STATB OF JTZTW TORT. BY
-Tine Grace of God. Free and Independent. To »J»pWta
ST Thebaud. Marie N. Tbebaud. Matilda M. T^bau.*, JO"
seph Thebaad. Lbonune J. Thebaud. Josephine *»;«.«•
lander, Emma M. Webb, Marie C. Kiera. Isabel!* M. JoU
bert. Eugenic M. Laxosiere. Jules B. Thebaud. Louis A.
Thebaud, Edward P. Thebaud, Paul Olbert Thebaud,
LouUa J. Tnabaud. Edward V. Thebaud. Emella L Heeicr
•cher end Leo Howlet Thebaud the helra and next kin
of Frank F. TheDaud, deceased, send greeting: Whereas
Frlta Prahl and Frank L. Hall, both of the City Of
New York, have lately applied to the Surrogate's Court
of our County d New York to have a certain Instrument
In writing bearing date the 2Cth day of June. 1808, re
lating to both real and personal proparty, duly proved a*
the last Will and Testament of Frank F. Thebaud. late
of the County of New York, deceased. Therefore you and
each of you are cite! to appear before th* Surrogate ot
our County of New York a; his oElce, In the County of
Now York, on the 12th day of December, one thousand
nine hundred and six. at half past ten o'clock In th*
forenoon of that day, then and there to attend the pro
bate of the said last Will and Testament. And such of
you as are hereby cited, as are under the age of twenty
one years, are required to appear by your guardian, if
you have one. or If you have none, to appear and apply
for one to be appointed, or In the event of your negl«ot
or failure to do so a guardian will be appointed by th*
Surrogate to represent and act for you In ibe proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof, We hare caused the Seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York to be
hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. ABNER C.
[L. B.] THOMAS, a Surrogate of our said County of
New York, at aald County, the 17th day of
October, tn the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and six. DANIEL J. DOWDNEY, Clerk or th*
Surrogate's Court.
mHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP NEW
-*- York, by the grace of God free and Independent to
Charles w, Xlll*tt, a contingent executor, and to Andiew
J. Church, Evelyn E. Bailey. Frances A. Baldwin. Emily
J. Eva.ii«, Hiram M. Church, Ellhu C. Church, Arthur
Church. Ray Church, Samuel Orvls Church, George, other
wise Eliot. Church, Chapman Ohurch, Lucius Church, the
htirs and next of kin of John U. Church, deceased and to
all other persons who are or may be heirs at law or n«xt
of kin of John D. Church, deceased, or who are Inter
ested In his estate, whose naiuve and places of residence
are unknown and cannot after diligent Inquiry be ascer
tained, send Greeting: Whereas, Alice M. Church of the
City of New York, has lately applied to the Surrogate's
Court of our County of New TorS to have a certain in
strument In writing bearing data the twenty-second (Jay
of June, lbl!7, lelatir.x to both real a:. 1 p«r=Jnal property
duly proved as the last Will and Testament of John 1 ■'.
Church, lato of the County of New York, deceased. There
fore, you and each of you ar u cited to ai.jj.-ar before the
Surrogate of our County of New York, at hi? '-** 1 », In the
County of New York, on the Oth day cf November, on«
thousand nine hundred and cix. at half-past ten o'clock
In the forenoon of that day. then and there to attend th«
probate of the «ald iast Will an i T->stament. And such
of you as are hereby cited as are under the lige of twenty
one years are required to -appear by your guardian. If you
have one.' or. If you have none, to eppear and apply for
one to be appointed, cr, in (he event of your neglect or
failure to do ho. a guardian will be appointed by the Sur
rogate to represent »nd act for you in the proceeding.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the Heal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York to be
hereunto affixed. Wltnets, Hon. FRANK T
[Seal.; FITZGERALD, a EurrCKat,, of our said County
of New York, at sal; County, the 20th day of
September, In the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and six. HANI EL J. DOWDNEY.
Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
q^HE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the arac* of God free and Independent .
To Tiiomas Hartley, Ar.ne Jan* T. . . Ellen E. A. Fuller
Th* Players, a corporation orjjar.lz^d under tho laws
of Now fork.; Ellis Martin, Clara McDowell Percy Has
well Baueett. Actors' Fund of America, a corporation
organized uniler the law* of New York; Charlotte M
Hartin. Emliy B. Van Anu-ingr. Cornelia Van Amring*'
John Howard Van Ajrirtnse, Margaret Faucett, Ocorge
I'uucett. liouelas Taylor, <*li«rles I'rohman, Annie UB _
sell yorkf. Charles Rlchman, Ada Rehan. John Drew
Herbert Oresham. Sidney Herbert, Dora P. Lewis. Rich
ard L>orn»y. Stephen K. Hart, Mary Florence Hart and
Daniel Fiohman. and to all persons Interested In the
estate of Anr.i Jane Glibert. late of th* I '.■ ■.:", o'
New York, deceased. as creditors, legatees, next of kin. or
othai wlae, sent! Kieetint?: You end each of you art hereby
cited and requiied personally to be and acpear before
our Burroirnte of the County or New Yuri:, at the Bur
rot-'atee' Court of to!£ county, held at th* County Court
Hou>fa In th« County of New York, on the eleventh day
of December, 1S»(M1, at half-pc-st ten o'clock In the fore-<
noon of that day, then and there to attend a Judicial
settlement of the ax-count of inojewJings ■■' Guy Van
Amrlnge as sole acting executor cf the last will sad
testament of saM deceased; ai.i tac'n of you ■is ere
hereby tlteij as are. ur.ij. r the ate of twenty-one years
are required to appear by your cuardlan. '■'■ you have
one. or If you hitve none, to «pp»ui- and npply for one
to be appolntefl, or In '.he event of your neglect of
'.*.'. '- to do no a guardian will be appointed in the
6urrci/:ate In represent and art for you In u>a proceeding
In testimony whereof we have caused the s*al of thij
rojraies' Court of th« said County of New
[L. B.] York to be hereunto afTlx«i. WttMas, lion
Frank T. r"ltiß«ra'<s. a Surrogate of our sai<i
County, et th« County of ■-■'■ ■• '.he 30th day of
Auirust In tte year of our Lord one thousand nine hun
dred arid six. I>ANIEL J. DO I- X V .
'*!trk of the Burrogat**' Court.
OLIN, CLARK A PHELP6. Attorneys for Petitioner, No.
84 Nassau treat. Borough of Manhattan. New York
City.
A DVIR'JISEMENTS AND BUBSCIUPTIONS for The
*\. Tribune reoelved at their Uptown Otßoe, No. IStit
BroßCwtr. between S6th and 27th »ts., until 8 o'clock
p. m. Advertisements received at the following branch
ofllces at regular offlce rates until I o'clock p. m., vl«. :
jr.* Ith ara., *. c. cor. r*d «• : IBJ 6;h ay«.. oor. 13th
St.; 12 East "J." J . si.; 2i7 West 4j<l St., between .th and
Ith av«B. ; '. :s West 125 th st.; 13S8 3d iv?., between
76th and T7th ets ; 1C!« »<? aye.. near 61st it.; 1708 Ist
aye.. near tilth it. I IST East ltSth ft.; ?6« Tremont
• v».; (90 10 *»•* near tut st-i Hi Id *v.i 110
JE.6«Jk.r at. rv_.
Citations.
rnHB PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. BY
J- th. 'a* 0 * of ° o< Li and Independent, to Thomas
HarUej.. Anne Jane Tidy. Ellen E. A. Fuller. The Play-
FIH. aa x < r Or;i r * t^? organized under the laws of New York.
Ar-W^r' 1 !; are » IrI)ow '- i: - P'rcy Haswell Faucett.
the ?« Ftiad of America, a corporation organised under
the law* of New York. Charlotte U. Martin, Fmlly B.
ii? irln at Co " ella Van Amrlnge. John Howard Van
¥avw" e^ Siarsa L et Faucett, George Faucatt. Douglas
iW"; Charits Frohman. Annie F.us»ll Torke. Charles
1,. 'S Ada Rehan, John Drew, Herbert Gr**ham. SM
"•> Herbert. Dora F. Lewts, Richard Dorney, Stephen F.
«art. Mary Florence Hart, and Daniel Frohman, and to
•11 persons Interested In the Estate of Anne Jane Gilbert
iai* °' the County of New York. deo«a*ed. as creditors,
legatees, next of kin or otherwise, send greeting: You
na . each of you are hereby cited and required p-srsonally
jo be and appear before our Surrogate of the County of
f". v T ST at th * Surrogates' Court of said County, held
■ t the County Court House In the County of New York,
on the eleventh day of December. 1906. at half-past ten
o clock In the forenoon of that .lay. then and there to at
tjad a Judicial settlement of the account cf proceedlnjs of
ii" y , *.n. n Amrlnge as cole acting Executor of th» Last
will and Testament of Mid deceased; and such of you as
are hereby sited, as are under the age of twenty-ore
jears, are required to appear by your guardian. If you
have one, or If you have none, to appear and apply for one
to be appointed, or In the event or your n-gle'-t or failure
to do so, a guardian will be pointed by t.he Surrogate to
represent and act for yon la the proceedings In testi
mony whereof, we have caused the Seal of the Surrogates'
Court of th said County of New Ycrlc (o be hereunto
affixed. Witness, Hon. FRANK. T. FITZGERALD, a
Surrogate of our sold County, at the County of New
York, the SOth day of August, In the year of
(L. 8.) our Lord or.» thousand nine hundred and six.
DANIEL J. DOWDNEY,
__ _. Clerk of the Surrogates' Court.
OLIN, CLARK * PHELPS, Attorneys for Petitioner, N<X
84 Nassau Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York
City.
fTtHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. BY
X the grace of God free and Independent, to Charl?B
W. Sanders. Henry M. Sanders. Wilbur F. Panders.
Charles E. Sanders, Almon H. Sanders. Frances A. Ean-
Cerß, as executrix of*, the estate of WaylanJ M San
dors, deceased: De Forest Hak«s. Lydla L. Curtis, Caro
line Harvey. Delevan Wood, Louise Wootf. Fred Wood.
Burdette Wood, Martin Wood, Franc** A. Crum, Flora
Dennis. Hattle Carpenter. Ettie r»::rgee Fred Johnson.
Martin Wood. Clara Fowler, H. Darius Inman, Err.ellna
L. Phlles, Esther Ann Fuller. Anna Eliza Pierce, Cath
erine C. Ver Nooy. Maud L Faust, Sarah Klnney, Ro
msnzo Smith, George Carr, Randolph Carr, Laverne
Weruebough. Daniel Thomp«on, William Thompson
Amity Baptist Churoh, First Baptist Church of Homer.
K. V. ; First Baptist Church of Cortland. N. Vi : Charles
Sands, Jane Sands, Frederick Sands, William O. Sands,
James Sands. Jerome Seacortf. Catherine M. Bacon, Anna
C Bacon. Ida Fuller Curtis, Marie Sands. Baptist Home
for the Aged. Baptist Ministers' Home, Baptist Mis
sionary Convention of the State of New York. George
Reed, heirs and next of kin of John Carpenter, deceased,
whose names and places of r«aider.ce ar« unknown to
petitioner and who has been unable, with reasonable
diligence, to ascertain same; heirs and next of kin of
Polly Hastings, deceased, whose n.-.mas and plaoes of
residence are unknown to petitioner and who has been
unable, with reasonable diligence, to ascertain same, m;
Hiram W. Betta, as administrator of the goods, chat
tels and credits of Emma J. betts, dectased. and to all
persons Interested In the estate of Joshua C. Banders.
lato of the County of New York, deceased, as creditors,
legatees, next of kin or otherwise, send 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 said county, held
at th* County Courthouse In the County of New York,
on the 7th day of December, 1906, at hair past ten o'clock
In the forenoon of that day, then and there to attend
a Judicial settlement of the account of proceedings or
Charles W. Banders, as exeoutor of the last will and
testament of said deceases ; and such of you as are here
by olteJC, as are under the age of twenty-one years, are
required to appear by your guardian. If you have one.
or If you have none, to appear and apply for one to be
appointed, or In th* event of your neglect or failure, to
do so. a guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to
represent and act for you In the proceeding.
In testimony whereof we have caused the seat of the
Surrogates' Court of the said County of New York to b*
hereunto affixed. Witness, Hon. Abner C
; L. S. ! Thomas, a Surrogate of our said county, at
the County of New York, the 8d day of Oo
tober In th* year of our Lord one thousand" nine hun
dred and six. DANIEL J. DOWDNKY.
Clerk of the Surrogates* Court.
City Property to Let.
FOR RENT.
New American
Basement Dwellings
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF
SOUTH SIDE OF 74TH ST.
Between Central Park West & Columbus Art*
No residences have ever been offered fvt
rental In New Tork City comparing
with these in construction, equipment,
appointments and detail.
They have been designed and built wltn
the careful attention to details of con
struction given only to tne highest
class houses built for private owner*
chin.
BENT" SS,O«O. SK.MO. M.MtV
Booklet Sent on Application.
Size, 25x85x102.2
FIVE STORIES IN HEIQHT.
Caretaker at No. «7 West TH Si
For particulars Inquire of
CLARK ESTATES,
Corner of 87th St. No. 2381 Broadway.
To Let for Business Purposes.
TO RENT
OJC THIRD FLOOR OV
Flatiron Building.
Suitable offlcea for CORPORATION'S, BRO
KERS OR INDIVIDUALS. Can b» partial^
divided: formerly occupied as a Branch of th*
Cqultable Life Assurance Society; are hand
somely furnlsbod and most conveniently ar
ranged. Apply Janitor, third floor, or GERALD
R, BROWN. 120 Broadway. New York.
Telephone. 1M Conlandt.
A LARGE FLOOR TO LET,
METROPOLITAN REALTY BUILDINO,
818-18 WILLIAM ST., IS-2"O ROSE ST..
AND BLOCK FRONT ON BROOKLYN BRIDOHj
POWER, &.C.. DAY AND NIGHT.
RULAND & WHITIXO CO.. 5 BEEKMAN ST.
City Property for Sale.
■ic'LMHtFRST'HEIGHTB," N. yT ClTY.— Less than four
J-* miles from Her . Square; macadamized streets,
< parked In centra; ail city Improvements; send postal card
for handsome colored maps and views. BANKERS LAN'IJ
CORPORATION, 887 Manhattan aye.. Brooklyn, N. Y.
BARGAINS In 48 lots, fronting Liberty aye,; noth
ing better In Morris Park section: will double la
value before 1 years. CISXEY BROS., 41 Court st,
; Brooklyn.
i /CENTRAL IARK VirW. S3th at. and Central Parti
V' \V«st. >Ti»<ant H'>i.-ck ••ptng Apartmen(<i Rene*.
ta.fOO to i*.U»«>: »upt on Pr^mi -*
Furnished Apartments to Let.
£ l — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT, prl
>."\_. vate bath, 5 1 . "■ 0 dally: Ino •: :': ? meals, two. 123
we#klr: one, 113. THE ALABAMA. 15 E. 11th St.
A RTISTICALLY FURNISHED APARTMENT. T rooms
JL. and bath: No. M Went 30th st. Can to. had October
i Ist. Apply on rjr»mi»«».
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
n\UE WASHINGTON, 47« "West 159 th St., corner St.
X Nicholas aye. — Two •lssnnt apartments to let. 7
and 8 rooms; all modern improvements. Apply on
premise* or SOS 3d avo. (store).
"IKQTH ST.. 181 EAST — Six elegant light rooms and
1:10 bath; nil modern Improvements, lnel. *iectrle
I lifrht. garbage clo#ot. heating, etc. eta; >i» to »V
Country Property for Sale.
IITCHriFLJ) Falrflo'.d and New Hai-«n counties and
J Oatry farms; alt airfs; bargain. WILKCR J. PSCIC,
New Haven. Conn.
TTtOR SALE — Lars 9 true: of blue and red clay, suitable
i' for buff anil red brloica, terra cetta. tiilr.^. eta, -a
Pennsylvania Railroad, between BaJUmoro an.l Washing
ton- would exchange In pir: for New York Los Angeles
OTieashore j.ro;>s--y. SAMUEL KEALiIEAR. Ufl Law
Hat'.'.!:. i. liti\:\::- **. M.l.
ENGLEWOOD and vldtilty. Real estate ecency. 11.
Tj 'vI'EATHKRBY * CO . Er.slewood. N. J.
Surrogates' Notices.
TK FURSIJAJJCHJ OF AN J^si!J>Eß""ojf HON. AB-
L ncr C '• mal a Fu:rog-ata of the County of N«vr
York, nottce 1* hereby eiv.n to nil persona hc»ln X claims
asainst Catherine Y. NlcholO. Ist. of the County of Nevr
Tork deceased to prc»*nt the came with voucher* thereof
to the tubscriben at il «-lt plaos of transacting business.
No. 4» Wall Street, in the City o£ New York, on or btfare
the 16th day of December pext.
Dated New York, the Ilia day of May. IKW.
HERBERT B. NICHOLS.
ORACX N. KBIIR.
**" KATE N. STONE.
Executors.
■WUroer * Canfleld, Attorneys for Executors. 49 Wall
Btreet. Borough of Maniattan. New York.
A DVERTIBEMENT3 AfD BtTBSCRII'TION9 for The
A Tribune received at their Uptown Offlce. No. 1361
Broadway between 2«th and STth sts.. until 9 o'cloclc
p. m. Advertisements received at the fnlioirlne branch
offioes at recular office rates until I o'clock p. m . viz.:
264 »th aye s c cor. 2:1 St.; 153 «th aye.. oor. lltfc
*t : ti East J4th it : :** Wot 4!d St.. between 7th and
Bth aval- 263 -West ISStil St.; IS*B 8d are., b«tw«en
78th and 77th sts.: 10M t<l »'•«■, near 61st at.; IT>5 Ist
aT*^ near f»th «t.i 187 :tast 123 th it; 75d Tremont
aj*.i «co |i »m. cur UN «M W4 *4 •»•- 119
Surrogate/ Notices.
r; PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER Off HON. A*? I**1 ** C.
X Thomas, a Surrojate of tho County of .V<rw York,
notice Is hereby given to all persona having clsirs* aguLast
Adolph Herrmann, late of the County of New Yo»k, (3e
ceasJd to pretent the game, with voucher* thereof, to the
subscribers" at their place of transacting T jE a £! - '' l **
81 and 83 Thomaa Htre*t. B"rou|fh of Manhattan. In th*
City of New York, on or before the J»t day of May ntx *~
Dated. New York, tie 13th day of £"° b 190*. vrrr
JOiKPH HERRMANN. LOUIS A- HERRMANN. SCII^
TON C. HERRMANN. Executor*. _ ._ _
BOOTHBY & BaUAMn', Atu>mey» for Ex*outi>ra, Si
Nassau St. Borough of Manhattan. New YorK CUy.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. AB-
X ncr C. Thomas, a Surrogate of th* County of New
York, notice Is hereby riven to all persons c » v ' n « £j*£J*
agalrlst Henry V. Feder. late of tfce City of Wiesbaden.
Kingdom of Prussia. Germany, defeated to present th*
same with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at ::.s place
of transacting business. No. B!>tS Broadway. Borough of
Brooklyn. In the City of New York, on or b«for» tie
fifteenth day of December next.
Dated. New York, the :sth day of May. IWO.
' FRANK MANN. Ancillary Esrecutor.
lULNN * BUXBAUM. Attorneys for Ancillary Extoutar.
,}SB Broadway. Brooklyn. New York.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. FRANK
T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of th» C*>uaty of >.«w
York, notice la hereby given to all persons baring
c a.ms against Charles H. Pohlman. otherwise Chris
tian H. Pohlman. late of the County of New York. de
ceased, to present the same, with voucher* thereof, t»
the subscriber, at his place of transacting business, No.
in* Broadway, lr. the City of New York, on or before
th* 7th day of November next.
Dated New York, the 2Sth any of April. l»98.
JOHN P. SCUCCHIIAN. Executor.
IN PURSUANCB OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABNER
* C. Thoiaa*. a Burrogat* of th* County of N»w York
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
against Andrew R. Culver, late of the County of New
York deceased, to present th* same with voucher*
thereof to the subscriber, at It* place of transacting
business No. 53 Wall Street. In the City of Nnr Tork.
on or about the first day of May next.
Dated New York, the eleventh day of October. Hit
THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANC3 & T7IUST CO,
1 , Executor. 61 Wall Street, N. T.
BEVERLEY W ROBINSON, atf y for executor.
MCDONALD. JOHN E.— IN PURSUANCE! OF AN
order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas. * Surrogate of
the County of New York. Notice is hereby given to all P*r
eons havlnr cjalms against John E. McDonald, late of th*
County of .sew York, deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at her oftrans
acting business, the former oflaea of John 11 McDonald.
No i 100 Broadway, In the City of New York, on or before
the eighth day of February next.
Datfd New York, the third day or August. 1804.
R AUGUST 4 McDONALD. Administratrix.
BOWERS * SANDS. Attorneys for Administratrix. *
81 Nassau 6r»>et. Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York.
PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON. ABXEH O.
X Thomas, a Surrogate of the C*«rty of New York,
nottco Is hereby given to all persons having claims against
John W. Miller, late of th« County of New York, de
ceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof ta the
subscriber at his place of transactlns business, th* ef
f.ees of Fitch. Moore & Swan, No. 66 Pine Ptre*t. In th*
City of New York, cm or before th* 80th day of April
*t>a e<l New York, the ICth day of October. 190«.
WALTER E. HOUOHTON. Exeontw.
FITCH. MOORE & SWAN. Attorneys for Exeautop, Bs
Pln» Street, Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. "'■•' »•
MAYHON. JOSEPH J.— IS PURSUANCE or AIJ
order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice la hereby given » all
persons having claims against Joseph J. Mayfccn. late
of the County or New York, deceased, to present th* earn*
with vouchers thereof to th« subscriber, at Us place of
transacting business, at Ho. 60 Broadway. Borough of
Manhattan. In the City of New York, on or before th*
Ist cay of February next,
Dated New York, the ISth day of July, 1906.
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NliW YORK.
Executor.
MCler, King. Lane & Trafford. Attorneys for Executor*
*0 Broadway. Borough of Manhattan, Slew York City.
SALTONSTALU FRANCIS O.— IX PURSUANCE OS*
an order of the Hon. Abaer C Thomaa, a Bnr
rogata of th* County of New York, notice le hereby
given to all persona having claims against Francis CL
laltonstall. late of th* County of New York, deceased,
to present the same, with vouchers thereof, to th* sub"
scrlbers. at their place of transacting business, at the
office of J. W. & J. P. Howe, No. 38 Broadway. Boraic*
of Manhattan. City of New York, on or before the First
day of December. 1908.
Dated New Ycrk. May 22nd, I*oo.
EJLLAB. BALTONSTAIJ*
bAIiUEL T. GILFORD,
Executors.
X. W. ft J. P. How«, Attorney* for Sxeeotors, 32 Broad
way. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
•Pr PURSUANCE? OF ax ORDER of how. A3-
JL ncr C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
Tor*, notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against John Eymont Schennerhom, late of th*
County of New York, deceased, to present the same with
vouchers thereof to the subscribers at their plao* of
transacting I usiness. at the office of Alfred E. Bsherae*
horn. Now T East 42nd Street. In Th* City of New York, tm
cr before the first day of February next.
Paad New York, the 18th day of July. 1903.
KA?IE T. SCHERMERHORX. JOHN E. ROOSETTELT,
JAMESON COTTING. HARRY D. COOPER. ALFRED E.
6CH£RMKRHOKN*. Executors.
GEORGE C. KOBBE Attorney for Executor*,
44 Wall Street. New York City.
PURSUANCE" OF AN ORDER OF EOX. AB
ner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice Is hereby given to all person* having Claims
against George Ogden Gordon, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber at Us place of transacting bu*l
nets. No. 22 William Street. In th* City of New York, on
or brfore the 2£nd day of January next.
Dated New York, the 3rd day of July, 1900.
THB FARMERS' LOAN AXD TRUdT COMPAICT.
Executor.
TURXER, ROLSTON At HORAN. Attorneys for Execute*.
22 William Street. New York.
F; PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER 07 HOJC. A»
dct C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice is hereby given to all persona hiviii?
claims against Cella Bachrach, late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers there
of to the subscribers at their plaoe of transacting business
at the office of H*yn and Covtngton. No. 60 Wall Street.
Borough of Manhattan. In the <,Ity of New Tork. «a o»
before the BOth day of N.>vemb«r next.
Dated New York, th* 17th day of May. 1909.
JULIUS GOLDSCHMIDT. HERBERT A. HEYN. Ex-
EEYN F AND COVINQTON, Atty*. for Executors. 60
Wall St.. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
CJMITH. CATHARINE T.— IN PITISTJXNCB! OF A*f
-O order of Hon. Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of
.nty of New York, bearing date May 13, l»0«,
Eotlce Is hereby given to all persons having claim*
Catharine T. Smith, late of the County of N»w
York. deceased, to prasent the same, with vouchers
therrcf to tne sx-bscrtbers. at their place of transacting
b«!"'r.e««. at the law office of John A. Amundson. No. 144
Broaduay Borodjrh of Manhattan, in the City *f New
Tort on or b*iuiv the 21st any of JVovamber. 1908.
li ed New Tork, the lflth day of May. IW6.
JOHN H MI'RPHY, JOHN A. AMUNDSON. JOHN K.
gTILI.WKLL. Executors.
John A Amundson. Attorney for Executors. No. 14*
Broadway. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
riHCRaL FRANCIS P.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN
\w> order of Ken. Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice Is hereby driven to all
persons bavins claims against Francis P. Church, late of
the County of New York, deceased, to present the same
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber at his place of
transacting business, at the office of Norman J. Marsh
No 76 William street. In the City of New Tort, on or
before the 2Sth day of January next.
Dated New York, th* 20th day of July. 190«.
JOHN A. CHURCH. Executor.
NORMAN J. MARSH. Attorney for Executor, No. 70
William street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
FROST. ISAAC T.— IN PURSUANCE OP* AN OK-
J? dor of Hoe. Abner C Thomas, a Surrogate of th*
County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all persons
having claims aßf.lr.st Isaac T. Frost, late of the County
cf New York, deceased, to present the same, with Touchers'
thereof to the subscribers, at their place of transacting
business viz.. at the office of Rltch, Woodford. Bove* &
Bu'chT No. IS Wall Btreet. rough of Manhattan, City
of New York, on or before the Ist day cf February. 1807,
C Dated New York. July 17th, 1006.
C N BOVEE. THOMAS FROST. Executors.
HITCH WOODPORD, EO'."EE & BUTCHER, Attorneys
for Executors. No. IS Wall Street. Borough of Man
hattan. New York City.
TTTHISTLER. JOSEPH S.— lN* PTKSrANCE OF AJ?
W oruer of Eon. Frank T. ritzgerald. a Surrogate)
rf the. County of New York, notice Is hereby gl-.ea
to all persons having claims against Joseph S. whistler.
late if the Town of Lenox. State of Massachusetts. <*•«
crk'ad to 1 retent th« same, with vouchers thereof, to th*
subscriber at his pl:ice of transacting business, at th* law
orae* of William W. Mumford, No. 141 Broadway. Bop-
OUCh of Manhattan, in the City of New York, on or before
the seventh day of January next.
Dated New York, th* 25th of June, 1000.
ROSS W. WHISTLER. Executor.
WILLIAM W. MI7MFORD. Attorney for Executor, Id
Broad New York City.
IN pnRSUAN'CB OF AN ORDER OS" HON. ABNER
C. Thomas, a Surrozate of the County of New York,
nott'-e Is hereby given to all persons having clalras
against Thomas E. Stlllman, late of th* County of New
York deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof, to the subscribers, at their place of transacting
business, the oflice of their attorneys. Butler. Notmaa
& Mynderse. No. 54 Wall Street. In the Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York, on or before the first
Dated New York, the 15th dar of October. 1908.
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR.
WILLIAM ARMSTRONO,
EDWARD B. HARKSESi
Exooutors.
BT'TLER. SOTJUS & MYNPERJTE.
Attorneys for Executors, 64 "Wall Street. Jfew Tor*
City.
CHATNE CIIRISTOPH'FrR C. — IK PTTRSTTAN'rH OF
Jo an ord-T of Boa. Frank T. Ffla—riW. a Surro
jrute of the County of New York, notice ts hereby «lvea
to all persons having claims against Chrlitopher C.
Sharre late of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to the aui>»
scrlber at her place of transacting business, at the offlc*
of Fork and Tattle, at No. 250 Broadway. Borouih of
Manhattan, City of New York, on or beforo the loth day
of January next.
° Dated New York, th* 2»th day of June. 1808.
MARGARET A. BHATN'E, Et»autnx.
FORD and TfTTLK. Attorneys for Ei»cutrix. 350 Broad
way. Bor*DXti of Manhattan. New York City.
FJ PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER or HON. FRANTC
T FUzz-raM. a Surrogate of the County of New
York noti-e'is her»by Riven to all persons having- claims
aralrist Mary L. Worcester, late of th* County of New
YcrV dei-eased to present the saaae with voucher*
thtrVof to the subscriber, at his place of transacting busi
ness No 85 Nassau street. In th* City of New York, en
cr Were th- '.f.th day of April next.
Dated New York, the Sth day of October. 100*.
" d EDWIN D. WORCESTER. Executor.
IN PtTHBUAKCH ( I" AN ORDFR OP HON. FRANK
L* T Fitzgerald, a SurrosaU of :t « County of N«W
Y«rk " nntlot. Is hereby Riven to all person* havtn»T
ciainis arias' Ilohert Sickeia. late of the County i New
York dreeasrd to present tiie Mine, with vouchers thereof,
to tha subscriber at his place of trannaotluß business. No.
B2 Barclay Street. In the City of New \ox*. en or before
Uie Ist day of Hecember rest. „ ---
Dated New York, the loth day of Mar. 190«.
JOHN K. F.L.I>IUDGFi Executor.
JAM AKMSTF.ONQ. Atty. for Executor. No. Tl Naacaq
St.. New York City.
IN rtrrtsiTANCE ojt an order OF HOS. a>
n»r C. Thomas. a £urrotat« of the County of New
ork. nottce Is hereby riven to all persons tj«vln|
claims against George C. Oook. late of the County of New
fork. dec»as«J. to present th» same with vouchers thereof
to th» subscriber, at her place of transacting business.
No. ill Broadway, i:: the City of New York, on or before
the 6th aav of November next.
Dated New York, the -Vh day of May, 180«.
LIZZIE B. COOK. Administratrix.
UHETJLTJ> •> KOUQHTON, 111 Broaiwiay* Kew 1or»
Cujr, Attorney* for A4Btfsaetra««a>
Surrogates' Notices.
La MONTAGNE, EDT7ARD-— IN PUHSTTAXCB or
JLJ an order of Hon. Frank T. ntageralO, a Inn nsjaUa
of th* County of New Tork. notice la hereby g{r«n to «il
yerecna narin«- claims agataat EU-irard La Mor.tacaev atf*
Of the County of Kow York, daewcaed. to yre»-in'. the amis*
with vouchers thereof to th* subscribers at their ; 44* af
transacting business. Room Ms, No. 73 WOllaa Strsst.
la the Borocsja cf Manhattan, la th* City of Mew Tot*.
en or befor* the 3rd day of April next.
Dated New York, th* 2Sth day of --pteajbar. 190«.
KAVIUCE LA MONT . ESINE3T C Uk 12OOI
TAGNE. MARIE T. LA MONTAGNE. lsiewinwp
HUIUIT * DUTTOV. Attorney* for Exsautcra. 76 ""II"— i
St.. Manhattan. N. T. City.
rrTMMERMAX. JOHANNA st— in pursuance 09
Li an order of H-nj. rrank T. FltaceraW. » Snrraayat*
of tha County of New York, no-lee la hereby >:▼**) {*>
ail parsons havinc alalm* against Johanna M. Zimmer
man. late «f th* County of N*w Yoric. Ceceaaed, ■>
present the same, with voucher* thereof. ■to th* •*>-
scrlbsr at his place of transacting- sosta***, at the «$»
flee of ■. McClure Jaquea, Esq.. X*. S3 Broadway, !■
the City of New York, on or before the *3 day of Aosfl
M
Date* New Tori, th* Bath day at teptatnber, 1BO«V
oLs-EJir A. jA.vias.v,
E. aicCLVRZ JAQT7BS, Adiiunistraeesv
Attorney for Administrator.
- - S3 Broadway. Borough of Xaabarraa. X. T. atsv
t7*lt>-<>. oronGS r — rw pursuance or aj*
X order of Hon. Frank T. Fltasjeraid, a aurrcgaa* tf
tSj County of New York, notice 1* hereby afl»*n to aU
cers:ns baring ciaiina against George R. nine. :*<* of
the City of Philadelphia, But* of Pennsylvania, deceased.
to present th* same, with *»•<*« thereof. to the »us
sqrlb**. at his place of transacting busies*. at tie j-m
«fjob E. lied?*-. No. 141 Broadway. In the City *« New
York, en or before th* Slat day of Ma*ea next.
£>*Ud, New York. September & I**!
LOUIS AUF.RBACH. Ewreto*.
/OB E. REDOES. All*— / tor Es.Jior. 143 Broadway,
New Tork City.
■Pr FUTISUANC3 or AN obdeh OF EON. FRANK
X T. Fltsgerali a Burrogat* of th* County af New
York, notice Is hereby given to all peraone hartaeT
Claims against Fannie B. Kellcgg, la:* of th* Co— My of
New York, deceased, to present th* same with v«oca*ra
thereof to the subscriber, at his placet of T-iTHTirrtIUT
suslnes* at the offlc* of Percy Jackson. No. 31 N 1 isaa
Street, In the Borough of Manhattan, tn the City of New
York, on or before the S2ad day of November, next. Dalai
Ksvr TSk. th* llth day of May laOS.
FREDERICK K. TROWBRrDGE. BnAtM
PERCY JACKSON. Attorney for Executor. 81 Nasgaa
Street. Borough of Manhattan. N. T. City.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN O3tDH2t op how. AS*
X ncr C Th.in.as. a Bnrrogata of the Connty at sr»r
rork. notice 1* hereby srlven t*> all perscna hsvrtaa
clalma against John H. Murphy, late or the Cocntr gf
New York, deceased, to present the same with voooba**
there** to th* subscriber, at his place, of 1 1 enesillM
bastneas. at th* ofoc* of Jobs a. Amundson. hi* artor*jsfC
K» 149 Broadway Bcrouga of Manhattan, la th* Cttf at
New Ycrk, on or before the 13th day >.' February a«i»>
bated New York, th* 2nd day of August, 1804
EDWARD T. MURPHY Adminl«O»ts»\
JOH?» A. AiIUNDSON. Attorney for A^tr.lnU: rater, }f%
led Broadway, Borough of Manhattan. New York Ctt«V
Instruction.
J__ I-n 1 -1- -1 -■ -. -„ -. - ■ - -j- - I lilJUj
Tot Boy% and Young Men— City.
CGLUMBIA INSTITUTE!
I ISt W. 7it St. Dr. E. T->wl*r. I
R Prepares toys for all un: -re rattles or business. I
I Specialists In every subject 1st!! clajesa ■
■I Study hoar* darina- school day. Laboratorie* m
m Optional military drill. Playground and athlett* I
M prinlegea. Brilliant anoae«s In collegiate exaa»- I
■M lnstlons. Catalogues on request. Primary ■
rlnsur 1 ' Telephone 4>44 Celemb"*
Hamilton Institute for Boys
43 WEST 819T STREET (Manhattan ■<> XX
CKRTIFICATB ADMITS TO ItADI-VG COIXsMasaV
M. ARCHIBALD SHAW. Jr^ M. A.. FlleHllpsA.
IRVING SCHOOL
L. D. RAT. 88 WEST MTH 3H,
•mall eiajs** for boys from •*▼*!> y«ars iu>wsj^ .
WO SOME 3TUD* FOR BOY 9 CNTSER TOrTHasti
Tut Yxjkoj Ladle* — City.
Hamilton Institute for Qirls
■ WEST 81ST ST. Qlacnattaa ftq, M.X
TITS TEA£S* Oil ..«E LEADIXG TO COXXaMBi
X3TTBAXCX: OB SCHOOL DIPLOMA- OPTIOJIA*
STUDY PERIOD FOR ALL CLASSES. OCTDOOSs
CLASHES FOB YUCNO On PEUCATB OBQQLPBM^
LeBARON DRUl>li>l SCHOOL <ES&+
40 West 73d St. (Boys tn Primary HsssseJ
Taoroughly graded from kindergarten through OCB^»
L£iE Pa£PAItATION. SLeopena Oct. 3rd. liOs.
THE MISSES RAYSOISTS
SCHOOL FOB OIRXa,
I lsM. 166, Ids TT*s« 73th Strews.
QAEDNEB HOME SCHOOL FOB GIBIJ,
NT riTTH ATE., BETWEEN 4tTH AND 4(TB «VeV
For Both — City.
The Barnard Schools.
FOB BOY:*— 7*l ST. NICHOLAS AYE. "
FOR OIKXS — HI WEST 14 STH ST.
FOR SMALL BOYS A>D GIRLS — 129 LJTNOOC ATIV
And 151 Convent Aye. From Kindergarten to College.
THE BEKLTTZ SCHOOL OF LOGrAOM.
Madison Bquar* (113! Broadway).
HARLEM Branch Lenox its, cor. lfttS* •%
BROOKLYN Branch 77. ..9 Co»r? st
NEWARK Branch 3ch«uer 3aUatßA?
Over 309 Branch** in leading eltlea.
NEW TERMS BEOTNXIN * NOW.
School Agency.
aStETIICAn" A>T> FOREIGN TEACHERa* AQJJUTf
•applies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Oorvmeaaesv If _
to Colleges. Schools and Families. Apply to
Sirs. M. J. YOUNG-FULTON^. Tt Union »r*ar%.
Teachers.
TTpA^r^D AT OKCeT— Doi*stle scisr.ee tta^h*r. gra4^»
T V at* of Oread Institute, Pratt laatltuta. t>r*xe! t»»
stltnt* or Teachers College, Coiombta Unrv%rs:ty; ■aiarf
(75 per month. Including fr** nae of sslta >; ftxrslshel
rcorr.s aad bath In model horn*. Apply to THB HaTB
AWAY TEACHERy AOBS<rCY. B*nßlr.«ton. Vt.
Musical.
I>-STTTrTB or srcsicAt. abt.
Catalocua from Registrar. 14 rifts Ava>
Dancing Academy.
T. CEOKOiTDODWOBTk, A
12 Eaat 4tth street.
CLASSES and PRIVATE LSS9O*i
Comm«inoiTig Saturday. October 10. 1431
Autumn Resorts.
SHEW HEiI&XX.
OH A LiF"ONTB .
ATLANTIC CITT. S. A C-'UC -'U
OK TEX BEACH. nKHPTIOO^
ALWAYS OPEN
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
HOTEL TRAYMORE
ATLANTIC CITY.
o»*rTooktng the Oc-an. Open all the) Vsjsjbk
TKAYMOKE HOTEL CO. *
CBAaV O. SaAJtQUSTTE, XX. B. WHTTB,
' Maoagar. ?ree;tl*»>a
HOTEL DENNIS.
ATLANTIC CITT. >" J. '
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE TIaX
Cnrer 1300, expended In lmrroT»=L»at» aad *Ms>
tloas alr.oe last season.
One hundred prlrate baths, both ••» and fre^M wmtsm
WALTER J. BUZBT.
Owner and ?rjprl*sfls\
THE PENNHURST
Ocean and Michigan At**.. Atlantla City. X. J. Rjoess «a
•alt*, with baths: long diatasos 'phones la rooms. *,rritaa>
to street. Special Fall and Winter rate*. T»T*t.lL HOO2W
DEarlborouyb -
ATLANTIC CITT. >'. J.
HOTEL EUDOLF. Attmtio o«y. x.TT 1 '
Capacity, 1,000. American and European plans sea
water t».t:.s; private 'phoce«: orchestra.
CHAPiES R. MTXBsV Owr.ar.
XIW XOKK.
-ELSOANTLT FURNISHED APARTMENTS. pri
• vat* bath. tLBO dally: Including acea.% two a;]
weekly; ec%. »13. THE ALABAMA. 15 £ llth ti.
TIRGIMA.
Virginia Hot Springs
S.BOO FEET ELEVATION. OPEN Alt. THE TEAS.
Waters, baths, hotels and scenery iuiTh«r< eqtuUlad.
Ith^cmatlsm. coat and nervous diseases eared. C-»rn
plete bydrotherayeutlo apparatus. Japan*** palm rooca.
coif, ■vrlrtimlny; VV>l. One livery and outdoor paattmaai
THB NEW HOMESTEAD is modern in the strictest
sens* and patronised by the alsacat dasa. B.otec*
•fflce with direct N. T. wire.
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway
allows stopover at Covlngtoa, Vi, en tareaejh tlckaca
to Cincinnati. Louisville. Chicago. St. Louis and la*
West, tor side trip to Virginia Hot Springs.
Pullman compartment car. via Washington, leaves
N Y. 4 U p. m.. arrives Springs ■ .: a. m.. E&stera
time. Excursion tickets at C AO. offlce. at Broad
way. Its -ih ay*. sad offices enaa. 11. 1:. and connect
tag lines.
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