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HEW YORK ANO OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
, rur , i*he4 by William E. Nichols & Co.. No. IS Wall st.i
" v'u ' Bi'i. Ar'i^i. ■ BM. Asked.
._.!•& Tr lt« I' 2INVi i; Ulv con
fSiCCMBi-- lM ll>B 8 " !» 103
hi fin i'o •"•• ■ •"" *•*• N " Am ''■•■■ •«.. '""i 1""
H-EWC*' ' M v - xH <i stock! . 47 r.O
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v )'\* ■•■ ■•« "■■■ r ■' » v< >
tV «v "Ca* Co <*•• 4Ti •'"' ' " V *' ltlch 3 '» *»
*V ■ .vn isa
?,"(,„:,« »<♦ 10«> I Ohio &I B <is... 1-S 33
*jL mtneii m :•• do stocks . I 2
.J.\V \V <S«*. SS «° Fyra.-us* r»» MB MB
J;, * , <-.-, 170 i>> si ,iw n r.« .. to #t
: .i ;il >ia< U. MB 1<«
*fj JM« .. .Mi m iwestch UsSc.tOl Mt
FERRY COMPANIES.
T!i.i. Ask»-d. ' BH. A*>(» 4.
„,,.„ v «*<**.. 2 a Xv & KPCb.IM 109
GL -. r* i mm .'.« m »i
*£ »'ock. .... ■.'.■• N Y&N- J 1 mic 5S *-9 «1
TIE T. I" stfc or. 70 IV F of KTeUS ttk U 9
TBUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
iHtportcu by Oilbfrt. •..-. 3 Wall ftrcot.)
Bid. A»ked.l BiJ. A«V«<.
.«•»!«>.»»; 1^ ;I.»wT&T... — 27.'.
«;, carcy...- 1« we'i'linpoJn 399 BBS
*J;.Vr«- • ••- ;.,., :.-. !l>«l|Wtft,T ••!]<> 525
_ x V'ttP G» ".♦"-' :: { 7R 1 Mount Version, 225 -•"'•
J,^..'r,t.' <i *>• Manhattan .... IN AM
%Mi««) •■• IU 1*» Moroanille . — R.V»
rTv>-r' ■■ 44 . 4<-.o Meiropolltati .. ma .M*»
'■ r ;i E i.' ■;.'.. •.-. • -.'IS Mortgage ltj... m 102
SS»oIAM. 13" "4<« 'K^on . 725 —
' *'„. •»<>"-'• " Mutual . ISO us
r^',',rr !i'a!'v lvi i»- !Vmipl Alliance 2i«l 21"
VJT.! ., V f.«:i:i- » •"►' Nswp.u 2fiT. 27»
r~i,e*,f" . - MS 1 National Suwly MS 175
rAir-"s! ' <•<« 4"i IK TI.In & Tr.l.«v> —
rn'i'n-" '*'"'■■ -*» "■"'■' \- v v-c« ts. l« iw»
ro^nonnra^ - |«S X V Tru« Co. T-jr. 740
Oimmerclal .. "2^ — I\ct>!e ■ . SW BSO
rnrirc T.'t :.:: 1 310 ! r.faitv ASBCC... 150 ISS
ivMiitMV . 42% *v '■ PtarMr.rd Trt;«t. ■<"' ••-■"
A 111 1 .-•••• •
T-'-'h M* Tr — "'" |T1t!»IOotNV |«S ITS
ri.thimh .. •_•.-.. ■:-■ ITix-st Cof Am -.-.:■ 790
rvinklin ' "> :; "2Ti Trion . .I. :•.<»• IJGS
K»6B, "> a « •- |'"nlt*d •*:ni«-« ; ..1.2.v» 1.275
<:iij>ir-tv Tr.. it . .'in i" S <"aKU.«ltv.. .-"• —
Cnarfiian .... 24<t ITSM&TO>. 470 4«i
*lßnr,H''i "•— "• ;>*'• 'I'STU* 103 — '<"*
llom^ Ti'if. . i.v. — iVsu Norden — — :il'»
UuAf-on l!n;i!ty 12rt I.T. Waobtnstoa ... 4<«»
Hudson Trcft'. >-. ior. Wcrtchwter ... hi r."
Inter like Cxi 125 IS I«&B T4- M I«S IK i
Xinc* County. 4:-' 47." Willlarasburx . -'*• s!*
J<ni.-k«-rt~--k*r 1.2:.f> — WiaUor 2<V> 215
l*w:er.- - Mr.. IH7' ; — \
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Fi;TT.->!i» < d IV clisrlrs ti n«rr«-v ft <"■*.. ••■-:■ llmsii
,, r^t N>n York. nn<l No. 123 South 4th street.
Philadelphia! »
Rti. Ask»-.1 IJ!S. Askf-1.
..,,.• ... - **+ rh'ii ••" y.r't. . 4« 4".
tm ftv •• *» N> tVrn R H Cft.Cl 3-l«.€l :. it;
r«r.s t> r=-.:n !<>'* 11 IVnn Sll Co « •"
S?p«f . *<- * , &oVT*t 10.V J' 4_
€-*Tr!tri» r.-\ 3S ; rtiila I'l «*« :'« •'»
.>rs Tr oi r .». 7S 7^ Pht'a *• Xii» . «.j « •".
E! Pi"- B«t ''•>. 55 "" rhl\a HTI "7. IT "i
fl] Ct* ••' An: ■- * :•'*?•>»<> fnon ft SM. T * i
Fnirirojn: ' rr .. 14 IJ> Snwkelesj l*->n. . IS »
In.en.-if XAin 22 22' i :Tlfi»waier S?l .. ** 1
ZjeVF-. Na/ ... k2 S2>- Tfnopah Npv ... I*? 1 * i«H
!y'i y-i'i X n... «"'l'» <">!; Tnn<-pa!< rVlmont 44 1 * -»» l S
iitTtira .1 iVi'nii"! Trartinn. "• •■■•.•-■
•vat Asphalt .. E] I '«<»«» It.ip Co. ■■■ V.--_
f.<. pref -'2 23 VVeUbach Co •■• "S -"S
pHla Co «3 41
BONDS.
iqßrrnvtf.lM^ 101 I'hiia Xl IS-.... *>!}i *"•*
Etef 4- P~". 4-.. 9Z 03 <lr, :,* «>>., 1W
•; .i • -«n > ...i"* 105 rh'ia <> :.? . KM i"l ; 4
p»« ra?« ny 4?. :n>'» 10*
COBALT STOCKS.
«Furr.!fft«!! by Wills 4- Co.. No. *?. Exrhang* r:»~a;
EM. Asked ™<! Afk»fl.
Ani!pßi»»4 .. 7<> .90, Silver fjmt 14 -1"
Buttoto . I'M 2.10 Filler Qiieea 1.05 2 <■*>
■ f> f t»r 1 !*• 2<WiTre«h*tr*y . I.M ISO
K«tt I^ske ."i^ft »60 i*nh#TFity -....I 11 ">
M K:n'«-P3r .. 2 M 2 «.". :ilre.?«i M»*hiin.. . '■• I.' 1 "
j>«<»~rvn T^V«.. B5 6ft!iTnb«H Central.*.. .3* .*♦
R»! r:^-k 1«» l.«B;NH>icsin* 12«5J 11"
EAILEOAD EARNINGS.
CAN A WAX PACIFIC.
T.y>7 ivfi. it' I'*'
f.»~,'Z it'k in Ma-rh »1.n«9.«f« »1.14».««n *5'17.1«0
Juiv'l t» >I«reh 14 «6.rta.«m» *l.'T'».irt» 55.5W.?24
ciijcaoo «;reat westeiin.
EecenS wk"hi ; Mar*f. f173.1<» SH^.l7. H^'..-.<«.
Juh-l toMs-.-h 1..--- 8.153.739 r,.-37.«31
< niCAOO TGHMINAI. Tr.ANSFKR.
f'raJr'diiiMsr!!.. S3'i.-"'S7 V-l.f.r.S 527. 77"
July i t» March 1« lASSJ&4 1.0R3.15S l,<«».«/ifi
Ciil/iPJW * SOirniEßN.
N umber of miles I.V.T l. < >44 < >
f^r ,i.4 ■«e»k :i March K32.«C *202.r*42 SlT3.3'^
Js!j Ito Minh N 9.*75,1«« - "i:< IM 6.62J.532
I'rNVKK RIO GRANDE.
Nan-.ber «f n : ii^ 1 M 2-*"" 10 - KM
■ fcc^n'J w«<-k in March $3M.8»» I■" •■«• *--■ Si - 4
Ju!y Ito March J« . 14.441.1«*> 13.520.200 J1.»77.«31 ;
I'J.VA CBCTtCAU
i •ConY: Pf miie. SM r.r.s 55S |
f^f*« •■*»* ;n March Ki!.«76 e<3.«3 $53.7«! ;
July! to aiar.li 14... 2.24'>.4.*.» 2.'!<;7.!>St« 1.613,433 ;
INTKUXATIoNAI. & (HE ' NOnTfIEIIN.
.S«ifn<l w» -i: la Mamj *',iW *.!!> ir-l H'CWt
Ju!y ito Marrn 14.... r..a0«.: 4.'.0».17; «.s*i ,
I»ns\*lliLß & VAHJIVItX£.
• "fecord ve*V in SI arch r»7i«» f<v".«.<-,v» 774 220
July Ito Mar.h 1 ».67«.*rt9 2a.t)l».;C» 27.4-7,« M«
MINNEAPOUIS & ST. IXML'IR
Shimber of inil«-s 7 f .'<» 7:<> »V 52 :
fe^nni *€fk In Menii $T2.««2 ?•"•"•. 472 f«i.»72 ,
July 1 jo \i».t -n 14 2.«">;*.474 t'.*".**.!'"'! 2.!i:'..'.f7*
FOUTHKHN RAILWAY.
'Stnrtwr of mi!»-« 7. "2 7.4P« 7.2<"«<
f'-oni -ne«k in March SUl'>.r..vj *1.34".."5<5 f1.00R.7C7
July l i} tlarcb H :u<..v»».«sni .*!7>-'7.o»;8 I ns«.Bßs
st. i>jiis soirrnwESTpnN.
Nurot-r cf i:iii»s 1.25'S 1.2:"i I.2t>«
f~-r.nd •«e*k in Mnrch «21«.'.»37 JIW».I>6I $1«1.'^.7
J-!y l to Mar^h 14 7,4V7,55S «,3»in.532 6 279.400
V.KFTERN MART LA ND.
Month of January —
<!r<-SK •f*rmr.«i! $430.4(31 $370,422 J279.44S
E»r*f-*e« and tExes... 2!* l !.! l ■• 541.8 M ISW.SM
v»- »arr.ir.K# Jtir;2.r,22 |13».1"2 f^!<.4ol
Oi'ser incom*. coal, etc • : nsa M:<.«!."4 «>>■ 758
To'sl B«t eam!i!ts. . 5j.-"-J7T $222,221 117K.214
July 1 :o .Tan. r.l —
6rre« •p.rn'nßH $3.12A.1]M f3.<K3.lß* $2.24 P."22
Eirrx'M'-s pn>l tax»»... .: n:r,:i 1. £37,2! 4 1.41s "-'»
Vet earr.:rjr« $i.«n 7• " • $?4.".1»7(» |*C7.4.is
Other Incom*. <v;al. etc 3>>l,4r.S 179,270 3?3.«i12
Net esrn'.r.fa 7 mm. . $1.3*-:i.lS7 11,323.248 $1,223,015
COPPEIt RANGE.
iionf'i of .TanuaT-v — 1907. H'fC. Chaaaca
, Crow »»rr.tn«n tnr>.4*i* «a«.a<« Inc. $4.1 M
Ojierat:ns txt,?r.ses. . 45.2*9 :;:,,•;;;.'. Inc. '-«.';."»
N*t ea mi nf i . $ l r.. ISO |21. 3S» Dec $«. 1 53
Ir.t*rf»t K437 4.17
Ralarre $0,743 ' »'■-' -'••; Dee. N. 153
«Sro»s" caniißc*'. *' $i0!..'.G4 ■ ■■«: Inc. »•■•■ • J
Operating «xrtnn>«... 2*<i.<':»2 223.204 Inc. SS.BS4
>ftt ■Slllia— IJRO.4M f170.3.-5« Inc. $4,128
Tn*e:<st .I!>.<!C2 "i : '.<)<s2
BSeIBM $121,404 $117,270 Inc. |4.ttß
-c
CAMBRIA STEEL.
Ths Cambria '■<'. Cbmpany has issued its an
nual report for the y»Jir ended Dccemlwr 31. IMC
Tli* lri<"^m» account compares as follows:
19fW. . rtei 1904.
Km «arn!T!|s« |4.«57.-O4 $4.1"«.1«a %wi:,.:-\r.
Rent., inrrt. *n4 la*.. 516.971 Mi.CM l-ks :•.:,;■!
Total 1H"!!M »r..4!iv c;:r, $4. 44". 11 $2.714.RW5
T.x-i charges f44.«72 443.475 SM.2SB
*¥t lassass *$4.sai.«ot $4.<x».531« $1.763.«37
DlvW«r.i!« 1.?,50,0u« 1,330.000 i.S.i.Wi
■USne* KS.SI4.OOS $2.C'.(>.3r.r. $413,«T.7
J>preciatlr n fund GOO.OOW SSS.4OS 250.«K>
Mhsna s«.<w4.<Mn $2.1<».35« iss.os-
Ett. ar.a !mj%. fanJ • . - :<»•"<>"<» 2(K:n.oo<»
tealMß f«4.OO8 9NIA.3M M3.«57
Prevlom surplus 1M'7»..71i< 2 223.911 2.2U1.313
Total ssn •• ■ $2,342,713 $2,324,247 K2.384.9i0
-Aceouctß ehansM as?... M.U4 4."....:7 IUM
rrrfit ana :osa aarp. lf2^S2S. ISO $2,278,710 $2,223,911
•Bef-sr* • hanstr.a; ntt $.ViO.OOO for depreciation an 4 $3.
»*0/iC«i for bcttermentK and Improvements, nurplua over
•t*d charjteii tiior.a 11.03 i^r cent earned in the $43,000.
•** capital mo. k. r.uuaandinK.
LEAVES PAPER COMPANY.S BOARD.
Albrecht Pagcnstechcr Had Difference of
Opinion with President Chisholm.
SJssacM Paß»ri«itec!ier. It was learned yest-rday.
**» resigned from the directorate of the Interna
tional Paper Company. It Is understood that Mr.
ivg«SaMaciMa*a MtfgaafttSSl followed a difference of
opinion with President Chisholm regarding th«
policy of the company.
Mr. »'a«r»-»jstech«-r was one of a group of direc
tor» that, on sevrral occasions, prevented the
Mciaratioa of a dividend on tha common stock,
taking th« KToun«l that whatSAer th« annual re
ports ii'.'^iA show. the f-amtngs did not warrant
•'•ic.'i a declaration. Mr. l*a«enst*cher also limt
Rot approvc-d of Mr. CJ:isho!m'» policy of ir.'-reaßlng
««>Rtantlv the number and capacity of the con-
Wt,vi Billi». It in underetood that Mr. PaKen
etethcr would return his etoc3choldlngs Jn the coin
*>»«>■. No announcement or the resignation was
«aad»i at the compuny'a offices yesterday.
RECEIVER ASKED FOR GAS COMPANY.
Cincinnati, Mann 19.— A receivership for the
People's Gas and fZectric Light Company of
Xenla, an Ohio corporation, capitalized at SI". 000
•*d controlled by tli~ Western Gas end ISlectric
Investment Company, a South Dakota cor-
J**»tir;n, wi'h «Rlces In Cnicajro,' wan asked in Hie
vnltad State* Circuit Court here to-day by Kvelyn
J«rt, rf Chicago, a. holder of bonds of th» XenU
ttn&pa&y. It is charged that money ha« been «li
*fjaa from proper channels to pay high salaries
;-l t&tt *-ililisi company in Chicago. A temporary
■^tncjlcn hi tSutA forbidding any disposition
* k-^-t ox wmJSt itaOing Utm receivers!:!^ suic
STOCKS DROP A\J) JUMP.
HOPE FOLLOWS SCARE.
Rumors of Failure Fail — Street
Thinks Crisis Past.
Wall Street had an anxious: day yesterday, but
at its rlcsp none of the rumors of Impending
failures had made good, and hope was felt that
the crisis had bee^ji passed. The stock market
opened heavy, with prices from one-fourth to a
full point under Monday's last figures, anO rap
idly developed renewed weakness.
The Street was full of rumors of houses In
difficulties, and under a heavy volume of liquida
tion and of selling for the bear account prices
broke In a way to suggest a repetition of tho
crash of last Thursday. Within the first hour
Union Pacific had fallen from 137. Its opening
price, to 13014 a decline of 7>i points from
Monday's close; Reading, which had closed on
the preceding afternoon at 10T»*i. and had
opened at 104%! had dropped to f>i»V and other
active issues had suffered correspondingly seri
ous losses.
At ■ little after noon a partial rally occurred,
but the market tone was one of pronounced
weakness until along in the last hour, when a
sharp general recovery took place on it becom
ing assured that no failures would be an
twjunced.
Union Pacific, for example, which was selling
at 131*3 at 2 o'clock, rose in a few minutes to
US. and Heading advanced from 100^ to 101%.
The close was at a small recession from the
high point of the rally, on profit taking and on
fresh Felling for the short account; but final
prices shone. l a substantial Improvement as
compared with th.- low figures of the first hour.
Pome o? the net losses were: Union Pacific.
•"■'_■ points; Amalgamated Copper. '~*. American
Smelting and Refining. 3: St. Paul. I',. Reading,
I 7?:I 7 ?: Northern Pacific. 1'; Missouri Pacific, 1 .%;
Louisville & Nashville, "«; Delaware & Hudkon,
'•'•\ . United States Steel, common and preferred.
each % per cent. Net gains Included % per cent
In Southern Pacific, 4 in Pennsylvania! *.« In
Erie and *« in igh-Metropolltan pre«
ferred. New York Central, Canadian Pacific and
Consolidated were among the prominent Issues
which closed unchanged fro— « Monday.
MANY RUMORS FALL THROUGH.
The rumors of embarrassment Included the
names of some of the largest and best known
nouses In "vVal! Street, but nothing developed in
the v.i; of substantiation of any of thes- s'ori»s-
According to one report. < Irculated In the morn-
Ing hours the governing committee of the Stock
Exchange was inve^tijjatinff :lio condition of
the houses alleged to be in trouble, but this
story was soon denied on authority and with
emphasis.
It • as also said that a group of officers of
Clearing: House brinks had made an inquiry' into
the standins of the firms mentioned in the Sirer-t
rumors, and had foun I no ground for th«« stories,
although admitting that some of the larg*
houses had taken heavy losses last week.
At several Df th« prin< ipal banks it was said
that no requests had been made of those insti
tutions for Resistance, and that no aid had been
given Th one or mere houses may have
needed assistance In some <\ogro<>. however,
sft.-r the mark< T collapse of last ■• •■>■■■-. is prob
able; and Tii" is clso reason to believe that
the neccssan- aid has been afforded fron some
source.
Some picturesque stories of losses incurred In
the f.ani' were afloat yesterday. <">ne was that
three young operator^ whose fathers ha<l madQ
preat fortunes respectively In railroading in this
state. In Rtrcai railways and in real estate, had.
lost $20,000,000 among them in the panic. An
other tale described the troubles nt a poo] of
rich young men wlio v.-ero .»;iii to have bad ad
vance Information on the Union Pacific divi
dend Increase last August and to have loaded
up at that tiiTH! with about a quarter of a mill
ion shares of Union: Pacific. The stock went tip
to 10-"*g. at which their "paper profits" were
very heavy, but they held on for i! 00, to which
!"\e! the stock did not climb. On the break of
last Wedrv nnd Thursday, the story >.■>'■.
the pool li<jui<'ate!j more than 100.000 shares,
and it was a?ain :i large seller yesterday.
HARRIMAN DENIES CONFERENCE.
i: H. Harriman. who returned on Monday
night from a short trip to Virginia, denied yes
terday morning that a market conference v.a.i
to be held In which he was to take part He
added: "Up to date there hat been only one
side to Hi" mark»t. Tli bears have been hav
ing their innings Now there is seine to be an
other side. Lei the bears j'lay It out." When
he was told that the market bad broken badly
ho remarked : "Do not worry bout the market.
It will take i are of itself when the time comes."
It being eugg«»«e<l that the Rock island party
v.-a«s selling tlie market. Mr. Harriman said:
"Ar^ they at it again?"!
Mr. Harriman was asked if the report was
true which ■ ante from President Rloley «" 1tu '
Atchlson that, while it might not be true that
the Southern Pacific rfad been taken away from
Union Pacific. y.*t Mr. Harriman was about to
retire from active work in the railroad world.
He answered: "Mr. Rlpley lias not consulted me
about thir. and you Bee I am i till going into the
president's offlce of Union Pacific to get to work
the s:im« jis usunl. I guess you will fitti that
Rip] never said it." •
Asked about various rumors concerning the
Union Pacific system. Mr. Harriman said: In
days like those of the last week one can hear all
kinds of rumors, and it would be only a waste
of time either to affirm or deny them.
"Concerning the report that the Union Pacific
's retrenching in all directions, I can tell you
that neither the Union Pacific nor the Southern
Pacific Is abandoning any of the work which it
has in hand, and it hi ludicrous to Bay that we
are abandoning ■ Job when 85 per cent of the
grading is done. The roads are not run that
way. . ,
•We are, going ahead and taking care of the
l.ig business which is being offered us ar» mak
ing plans ■„, see ihat whatever business Is In
fight i - properly handled when the time comes.
"Concerning the si. .tv that the Southern Pa
cific is to spend $53,000,000 this summer In new
construction, and thai i' haa thirteen new Hues
building, the story is Greek to me. There is no
news on the subject except what Is contained
in the report which was recently published. I
believe this showed that the Southern Pacific
has about fourteen lines projected in one way
or the other.
"We are Just going ahead in our own way.
taking care of everything In sight, which means
a good deal of new work and a good deal Of
new equipment and the, expenditure of many
millions of dollars. Bui we are not running
ahead ami spending millions pell men purely
on speculative or Imaginary hopes cf what may
be."
THE FOREIGX EXCHANGES
Weakness in London, but Better
Tone at Paris and Berlin.
London, March 19.— Money was In better sup
ply, and rates were easier in the market to-day.
Discounts' were quiet.
Trading on the Stock Exchange was Inactive,
with occasional weakness in Continental special
ties, owing to selling from Paris and Berlin and
rumors of an early rise In the discount rate of
the Imperial Bank of Germany. Consols
strengthened moderately on the statement made
by Mr. Asquith. the Chancellor of the Ex
chequer, yesterday evening regarding the sink
ing fund. Otherwise British securities were in
clined to droop, owing to the prospective new
Issues hanging over the market.
Americans started weak and went below
parity, but bear covering caused a recovery at
noon, and prices advanced until the receipt of
the opening quotations in New York. The lat
ter caused irregularity and weakness. Most is
sues declined, Union Pacific and Southern Pa
cific leading, and the market closed flat. For
eigners at the close were steadier.
Berlin. March 19.— Prices on the Bourse to-day
were steadier. The IHBeUhoe** of a renewal of
the raf* war weakened shipping shares.
Paris, March 19— Prices on the Bourse to-day
opened irregular and closed firm. Russian Im
perial 4s closed at 72.60 gad Russian bonds of
10&5 at 48& _■.. • •■■ -
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1907.
Financial.
M: ill! TOWER
700 FEET jHiiCH — -
Largest Steel Structure and the Greatest Amusement Enterprise in the World.
Is now in course of construction at Coney Island.
THIS SPECIAL BONUS OFFER EXPIRES APRIL STH.
A SHARE OF COMMON STOCK (PAR VALUE $10 PER SHARE)
FREE WITH EACH SHARE OF PREFERRED STOCK (PAR VALUE
$10 PER SHARE). FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE
THE PREFERRED STOCK GETS THE FIRST 6% EARNED AND
IS A LIEN ON THE ENTIRE ASSETS OF THE COMPANY AFTER
THAT THE COMMON STOCK GETS 6r,,6 r , , AND THE BALANCE
OF PROFITS ARE THEN EQUALLY DIVIDED BETWEEN THE
PREFERRED AND COMMON STOCK.
Subscriptions Received for 1 Share and Upwards. All Cash or Part Payments.
Notwithstanding the fact that this Stock will pay from 50% to 100%
yeaPiy on the most conservative estimate (and based on the enormous
profits made annually at Coney Island). buying FrlcdC GIODeTOWCr
Stock is not speculation in any form, but, to the contrary, it is
purely and simply an Investment which is secured by valuable Real Estate
right here in Mew York, and that can be investigated in an hour any day
as to its Safety and Honesty.
Full Particulars on Request
FRIEDE GLOBE TOWER CO.,
PHONE 6537 BROAD. 27 WILLIAM ST., N. Y. CITY.
Carnegie Trust Company, Registrar.
BAD DAY TOR AAIOIiY.
GAVE SOME STOCK TIPS.
DeLancey Xicoll Gets Evidence of
Them Admitted in Libel Suit.
The $50,000 libel suit which William N. Amory.
who was secretary of the Third Avenue Railway
before its acquisition by the Metropolitan Street
Railway, is bringing against President Vree-
I»ir.<l of the Metropolitan for saying that In
hip capacity as an employe of the Third avenue
line Amory had been guilty of misconduct, dis
honesty and infidelity, and that he had Bought
to make money by engineering bear raid* on the
stock of th«» Metropolitan, was resumed yester
day before Justice Dayton and n Jury In the
Supreme Court. De Lancey Nicoll. of coun
sel for the defendant, continued the cross-exam
ination of Amory in his attempt to prove that
President Vreeland's charges were true, and suc
ceeded before the adjournment of the ••►urt in
bringing In a large mount of testimony ("how-
Ing that Amory had given several "til to
friends to sell Metropolitan ?to< U "short." as lie
expect* to force the company into the hands <>f
a receiver.
Amory testified on Monday that lie had In
vestigated the affairs of the Metropolitan ns an
expert In 1002 and had submitted his report nn<l
(igures to J, Colernan Drayton, Talbot 11. Taylor
and •!■■■ •• R. Keen< and had received $»».<*>:>
for his services and expenses In this connection
from Drayton an . Taylor. He s;iitl be had also
submitted hla report to District Attorney .Te
rome and had asked hint to begin criminal pro
ceedings against the ofllcera of the company for
alleged falsification of account?. Involving: about
$30,000 000. This was tught out again yes
terday In tins cross-examination, Amory testify
ing that later, at the District Atjrfirney'ii Fiia:
gestlon, !i" had formed v plan of having 'he
stockholders bring suit for a receivership.
Mr. Xicoll Introduced :i number of documents
showing that Henry J. Brakei . one of those with
whom Amory had discussed the question of a re
ceivership, had petitioned the Mayor «nd Boar
of Aldermen In 1807 for permission tf> secure
the Pisth and Kighth avenue franchises for
$1,000,000 rach. and liifd agreed nt the " ai '" ' ''■■"'
with the management i if the Third avenue line,
which was then Independent, that lie should be
relieved of hi franchises", receiving a fee »t $50. -
CX)O. Amory declared that he had had no con
nection wit!) Braker*H plans, but Mr. Nicoll.
reading from former testimony, showed that tho
witness had confessed to having suggested the
plan to Braker, who had acted on behalf of the
Third Avenue Railway In trying to secure Met
ropolitan Railway franchises. Amory admitted
the truth of this testimony.
Mr. Nlcoll read a letter written tr> William
Hazard. In which Vmory had suggested tt.nt
there would be a decided '-han^f in' certain
railway stocks In ;i few days, and ai -
otiier if-!t<-r of a later date, in which be said
1 1 ; nt 'in or about January 15, 1002, the Metro
politan would ;.•■ placed m the hands of a r -
According to Mr. Nlcoll, Amory had
arranged :< cable rode, telling Mr. Hazard to
" for Metropolitan. Mr. Amory ex
plained t)tu< the word "Jelllco" had been sug-
Kentf'd to him because the wall of his library
vwi^ decorated with Jelllco Coal bonds.
at th» opening of the afternoon session, Mr.
Amory wan temporarily excused, ami «:. Hol
land Leavitt was called to the stand. Mr Leavitt
recalled a conservation which h<- had harl s/ith
Mr \m'iry, in which the latter predicted "some
marvellous developments" In Metropolitan af
fairs. Shortly afterward. li--> said, be hud sold
several hundred shares of stock "ahort," mak
ing several thousand dollars.
Mr. Xicoll then resumed his cross-examina
tion <<r the plaintiff, producing more cables and
lettera which had passed between Amory ■"'■'
Hazard, who was ther< In Europe, referring to
expected changes In "Jelllco." Il<* asked the
witness if he had not made an agreement with
Taylor and Drayton that hi> would nol make
known Tho Information concerning the Metro
politan's affairs which they had paid him for
KettiiiK- Mr. Amory denied this emphatically,
saying that although they had paid him for
making the investigation they could not "buy
his conscience."
Here the lawyer and the witness Indulged In
a controversy over the amount netted by Amory
from tho $0,000 paid to him for bis investiga
tion. The witness said that arter paying ex
penses he had about .<.':.<•<*> left.
"Hut why argue over so small a sum?" asked
Mr. Amory, "when $80,0004)00 were stolen, an'l
1 '-an rrovf It."
The c-ase was adjourned until this morning:.
STEEL WORKERS STRIKE.
East Chicago Mills of Republic
Company Tied Up.
Hammond, Ind . March 19.— A1l the employes in
the mills of the Republic Iron and Steel Company,
at East Chicago, strut k today for bigbei wages,
twelve hundred men walking- out nnJ completely
tying up the establishments.
The men have been receiving $1 ""> a day, and
demand 12. The request has been n>f iis< >i by the
management, and 11. T. Groves, the superin
tendent, said to-day that the plant would be closed
indefinitely before the increase in wages would be
allowed.
Six hundred men employed by the Interstate
Steel Company also struck for an advance or Si
cents a day. The- plant is practically tied up,
though mane of t:-.e men who went out arc labor
ers. The striker* «ay that the employes of th«
Inland Steel Company will also go out. The strik
ers are unorganized, as far as unions are con
cerned.
No disorder has occurred as yet, but the mills
of the Republic Iron and Steel Company ax*
guarded by special polices..**.
Financial.
Trust Companies.
MOSRIST6WK TRUST GO.
MORRISTOWN. N. J.
PAYS 3% INTEREST
en Daily Balances. Subject ta
Check. Payablo in N. Y. Funds,
CAPITAL 1800.000
6CKPt.CS AND PROFITS. .$1,000,000
tAHITCZi FREEMAN. PRESIDENT.
Aurellua B. Hall. Vlca-Praa.
V.'Jtlard V.'. Cutler. 3d Vlca-Prea.
Jno H. B. Corlell. Secy.
Harry A. Van wilder. Treaa.
Ralcb S. Streelt. Asit. Sec A Trtaa.
Financial Meetings.
n'ETIIT.fTiIKU 1 " STKEIf rORwVIMTXOX; ~*
NOTICE OP ANNUAL STO< > K!fi')l.r>rj;s - MEBTIXG.
Th« unour.l iiiftm?: r.r the Sto--khnM»rs of the I>:h!.--
I'm «:rr; Orpr-Kt! (/ n will b-> heid nt It* principal ofllce,
No. ;•;:! Brood Str**t. Newark. N. ■' . on Tuesday. April
l!f>7. at 1- («> o •ilnrit ri r 'iin for th<» p'.rj>"»> .-*
1, Electing; thrc* Directors to ».->ne for .. term oj Ores
c ips ail
2. Trar.factlr.s mieh oth»r bus!r.e«» a* may properly
Coma befot* th« »ald ri!«*tlr.(r.
The f->r th» tr«r.»fer of share* «f the i^ptta!
Stock of th« Corporatton« «>u be rto»«d at 3 no o'clock
p. M on T>J«Bday. Mar 12th. IS* tT. arr} « 111 N. r»
riper*.} a: l».lto o < Inck A. Mi r>n We4n»s4s: April Srd.
IW>7. n H. .IOVRS. Secretary.
Dated. N»w York CU-. March Ist. 10TT.
DENY THAT BONDS CAUSED HUPTTTRE.
Members of Franco-American Board Say
They Disapproved Management Suggestions.
Members of. the New York advisory 1.M.1! of the
FrarirtPAmerlcan Hank denied emphatically ester
day that t.i" rupture In ■ ■•■■ manage a of the
biink vraa th« result of an attempt on the part of
the New York iKianl to .-■•■■ '•■-■' ink tha
particular bonds in which the boa id members' firms
wer* interost^i.
"Far from this h^ltttr the case.*. 1 one of the direc
tors told 1 Tribune reporter, "the shoe was OK the
other foot. The bank'fl management made proposi
tions to us which. In view of th« short time the
bank had been established here, we did not con-
I <l< fnvorably."
The acquisition of the American Interest* by the
French bankers has followed ■'•• disagreements
which virtually caused the resignation ••* the New
York advisory board. While, to date, the retiring
directors have not received their check in full pay
nient of tlieir stuck, it Is understood that the sa!a
practically has Been closed.
ALLEGES SECRET UNDERSELLING PLAN
Charged in Suit That National Biscuit Com
pany Owns Supposed Competitor.
George 8. Eager, <>f Newark, has begun ■ rait In
Hudson County against tiio National Biscuit Corn-
He seeks 119,008 as compensation f.-i the loss
. :" !..s situation as managei of the Newark bnuv b
<>r the Bolivar Biscuit Company.
Eager Bays that he was in th«» employ i<f tiie Rol-
Ivar company in ilifT«*rr - :' cities for seven years, and
was giving satisfaction, when the National com
pany ordered his discharge on February >. without
or t in- assignment of any c
Eager says that the Bolivar company is not nn la
dependent concern, but really s branch of the Na
tional company, maintained for the express purpose
of underselling Independent competitors.
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
I By Telrgrnph to The Tribune. ]
Chicago, March n>.— The wheat market was firmer
to-day ami nt the i lose May delivery was '..<•
higher. Corn find oats were more than usually
strong, the former showing ■ shade better than Ie
advance and the latter IHe for May delivery. Hog
products were os weak as all the grains were
strong.
Local commission houses who have special agents
examining the wheat in Oklahoma had dispatches
before the opening of the wheat market saying that
damage by the bogs had been but slight and that
the crop tn that section promised excellently as a
rule. With that and lower prices In Liverpool to
start with the market opened weak at a Shade
under yesterday's closing prices.
Local receipts were, eighteen cars, against six last
year. May wheat closed at '..'*<• to We, as com
pared with 7'V to 7".' <- at the close yesterday.
July closed at 77? 4 c to 7;' -. against 77c. yesterday's
stag price.
The market for corn developed an amount of
strength that, as on previous occasions, was a
surprise to many in the trade. Local receipts were
SH cars, against 'Si 9 the same day last year. Ship
ments hence were 218.000 bushels. The estimate of
to-morrow's receipts is S3o> ears, thai comparatively
small number affording additional reason for buy
ing. May corn closed at SBaC, a sain of 1\.,.\ July
closed at ls%e to W»c, as compared with -li' ■■• to
454fcc at close yesterday.
Farther strength was displayed by oats, and
with the cessation of heavy liquidation buying that
bad been In abeyance while it was <n progress
began to assert Itself. Local receipts were 102
cars, against 2SS the year previous. Shipments hence
were M9.OM bushels. Estimate of to morrow's local
receipts is 159 cars. May outs at close were 4t%j£,
against 40% cat the close yesterday. July closed nt
: '.,c: to N%e. as compared with 36»ie to Sfffic.
Higher prices for bogs and receipts that fell con
siderably short of last year's helped to create
enough demand for the hog products at the open-
Ing to start them firm and a shade higher. Strength
of the grain markets also helped the opening firm
ness. Estimate of to-morrow's 10 -:»i run of bogs
is 32,100 head. May pork closed m $ir.72^i, a de
cline of !BaC. Ma >' lard closed it $S!»;i 1p against
yesterdays closing price of ?9C5. May ribs at elos*
were *$::@sß 75. as compared with SS 3:-» at close
yesterday.
Trust Companies. I/_ _. Trust - Companies.
Executor Trustee
* Oharferea 18SL.
The Fanners loan and Trust Company,
Nob. 16. 18, 20 & 22 William Street,
Branch, 475 Fifth Avenue*
' Hew York.
Administrator Guardian
|Meiropolit2Li\ I
1 Trust I
m Company 1
HI of the Ctty of JJeto IJorK ■
jgj 49 Wall Si. m
<§ Capita!, Swalui & Profits, $9,000,00 0 S
i^{ ISUAYTO.N ives, ITeiWeut. «P^
■ AVION A. RAVEN, Vlce.-Pres. fj
IV ItK\KKIA CHEW. id Vice iTe*. 7^
■ l:H:;i!A\| CBL'OKB. Treasurer. .KS
SB IVl>>: V. KI.IMK. Secretary. [* \
>±I .'AS. P. Mc.NAMAKA. Trust Ofllrer. 3£
feU i I'EKT W. K. ANDERSON. Asst. Tr. rf,
*& RCDKRICS K. t ISIKI* Atat. Sec. £$3
aM DIRECTORS: r3
■t*Wi!?ian»L. Bui!. E. D. Mofa»n. CS
WSliam Carpander. Richard Mortimer.
0. Crawford Clark. John E. Parion*.
Henry W. OcForeM. Charles M Pratt. I
H»!ey Fisk». Anton A. Ravan.
I Char!« R. HeWenoa Norman B. Ream.
RoberiHoe. ' John L Riser.
I Brayion Ives. George P. Sheldon.
I Morris K. Jeiup. J. Edward Simmons. I
Edward 8 Judior.. John W Simpson.
Lewis Cass Ledvard. Joseph J. S'ocum. i
Robert H. McCurd*. Francis S Smiiher*. I
Bradley Martin. John T Terry.
__ D. O. Mi; $ Ceo. Henry Warren .^J
r^>, WlTam A. WV-e Js£
Franklin
Trust Company.
140 Broadway. Manhattan ) x vr|
164-166 Montague St.. Brooklyn %' ' ' ny
Capital. Surplus anil C A S£\f% t\f\t\
I'DdUtded IVi.fii-. «.»er •Jt-OUU.UuU
GEOKC.E H. SOfTHARI*. President. .
Dividend Notice*.
CENTIRV REALTY t OMPANV,
111 Krr^.Jway. New V - rity. "». . /. ">;
March 12th. HK
A a lasattaa 0* th« Boartl nf Dlfwtoii of CEN n.
REALTY COMPANY '■:>■. : this day a semi-anrual divi
dend of FIVE fl-.K CENT, was declare.! payable on
Apr:' 271 lf"07. to stocl ler» of ro.!nr'l at the -i..s« of
buslnei en April 2Btb. I<>i>7. T>-e txwfcs will v-» e(nse<l at
Iwdra '>-"!ock noon on April 2."th. nn<i remain closed until
ten o cl«ck A. M. or. April Lt'tf:.
B. M. FEIJ.OTS, Trea»ui-er.
KAII.W -%V >*TEEI.-SFBIX«1 CfIMPAMT.
71 BroaJway. N-'' York. Ma- 7; . ISST.
A dividend c t Two p*»r -onr. hfi^ this day h»en declared
ea th» Common ■>•■'■ nt thin cmipnajr. payable. April 4th.
IPOT. tn sfrN-kbotdera cf record Uarcb 23rd. ■1 Messrs.
Harvey Pish .v Si Ba MS • edar Si New V rk City.
Trar-'for books ■-•' »h» 1 noimon «rock will b» closed m
Mai 23rd and r«"open»i on April •"•th. V.WT.
RAII^VAV STEEU-SFBINC! COMPANT,
T. '• \r:NA>f.\N. Trpa3urer.
TTTI.K 'irARAXTKK AND TRI'ST «T» .
17* Hrca.iw.iv. New York. March l?'h. 1907.
By rcsoltttton *t *r»<- I^irf! of Trustees. 11 .Uvirlcn«i •*
r"i ' X PER CENT. •■» pays •■ «m Marcn 3 »th. ISS*. M
»tf<kho!'ler!i o' record ■•. lh" clnsM* of t<\:stn?!is. S p. ri.. en
Mrrch 22n<1. ARTHI'II TERRT Tr*a*armr
Winter Resorts.
1 LOW RATES I '
*.- TO %L i_ -jr
£ CALIFORNIA -t
S j and Pacific Coast po.ats §
I $42.50 $50.00 §60,00 I
1 If you or- r.~>nTemp!aring a trip to th* Pacific Coast you should take P
A »dTan:aEO of those remarkably low rate 3. and should also r?nserri- X
14 b«r that -he best route for comfortable travel and picturesque &
&i scenerr combined with elsea mot we po*er (OIL. BURNING •jj
Sl locomotives, no smoke, no oust, NO cindersj is m
X Southern Pacific Steamship Line 8
% New York to New Orleans JF
la connexion with Subset Route travers!3j. Jp
LOUISIANA. TEXAS. NEW MEXICO. ABIZONA. CAIir«WH*^JF
Inquire 349 or 1 Broadway. -40^
XE\V^JERS«TI
THE LAKEWOQD HCTEL
LAKEWODD, N. J.
" The hotel that mads Lakiwsod fioiMS."
Four hundred han!»om^iy furnished room*. on»-ha!f
en suit*, with private baths and open wood flres.
The cuisine .iii.l service equal those of ♦!>• famous
restaurants of New YorIC and Paris. A hotel for
tboas accustomed to the nest. American and Euro
pean plans.
TO LAKEWOOD BT AUTOMOBILE.
Splendid roads and the La>«wood Hotel Palm Boom
at the «TiJ TBS trip may be made from New York
•Mil) In ihre. md * half hours. Writ* for road
■"""" CARL" BERGER
THE" WILTSHIRE
-ATI ANTIC CITY. N. .I.— ' ;
I American and European i»ians. i'*fe and music.
C H ALTON
Atlantic City. N. J.
ALWAYS OPLN.
ON THL BLACH. fIRLFROOF
send ron i.m:iiATcn«.
THE> LIXDS COMPANY
The SHELBURNE
of ATLANTIC CITT.
under the »ame management, has been »na*irura.ea
as a strictly modem EUHOPEAV HOTEL.
«!P\r!OlS KMEN.H ORIU. WHITE SERVICE.
rOMMODIOCS noosis. ex suite with baths.
add to the charm of the «ten»ive improvements. mak
in" thfi celebrated place doub!y attractive and com
fortaM. t»-.t, patron JACOB weikeu Manager.
HOTEL TR.AVMOR.E
on Tin: mt:%N front.
Atlantic CITY. V .1.
A maanrio#Tit tea-story ftr^-proof adllrlon has »>«*"
«,V>.' making ihls famous hostelry th» mil nn! BiM
un-to"d^te of Beach Front Hotels. H-t!room» avc-a^irs
l-» feet iiaiiar*. anil every rcoia with an ocean view, battj
attached **a <n«i fresh wa>»r. Telephones arfcl Ch»v»:
lil% Must* Sr»c'.ou» eolatlutn. Coif prlvllese* \V:Ui
'^.'-"©"Slar^rtw; THATMORH ItOTKL CO.
Msnaf«» . D. * WHITE. President.
BANK OF FRANCE MAY LEND COLD.
Parf*. March . —There was a rumor on sna
Bourse here to-toy that the Bank of Prance had
asain offered fo lend sold to th» Bank of Bng>
'land but the officials of th* Bank cf France wsjee
reticent on toe subject. decUaias to confirm the
rasort.
.Manhattan Trust Co.
WALL ST.. nr. XASSAV. XEW YORK.
Capita!. Surplus & Undivided Profits,
£3.000.000.
OFFICERS:
JOHX I. WATERBURV, President.
JOHX KEAX, \ ...
! AMOS TUCK FRENCH, [- pliVi^^.
I W. N. DCANE, ) President*.
' Th» Manhattan Trust Company rec»lv»» «*.epe«lt« Lear
1 Ing interest ana suh-ect to chemie. payable thraueii »*«♦
\ New York Clearing House.
; DIRZCTOBS
| Francis K. Appleton James J. Hill :
Kobert Bacon John Scan
George F. Baker John J. Mitchell
August Belmont Oliver H. Payne
Walter P. Bliss E. D. Randolph
H. W. Cannon Grant B. Schley
B. J. Cross * S. L. Schoonaakcr
Rudolph Ellis John I. Watertar?
Amos Tuck French B. T. Wilson
Dividend Notices.
THE TRUST COMPANY 0? AMERICA
DIVIDEND NO. S3.
135 Broadway, New York.
M*rrb IMb. 138?.
THK BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE T«rS»T
COMPANY Or AMERICA has this *■» dectared a
Quartrrl: r> ; -. ..]»•,.•? of EIGHT PEP. CENT. <*"»> •!»*
an Kxtra DivideSMl of TWO PER < £NT <2 <r «> upon
the Capital Stork .>f the Company, payable April Ist.
1007
Transfer s«»ks will »>• r-;n»«.<i at .1 p m. ThnrsuJar.
March 2T. V.x>: and renpe D ».l at TO ,v M. TueiKlay.
An-:. 2. 1907. FRANK I. JIII.TOX B«er«t*ry.
NATION.*!. BISfVIT (OMPAST
Th» regular quarterly dtridevd of ONE AND PVf.
| QVARTER PER CENT, and an extra dividend of ONTI
1 PEn CENT, on th» inmrana Strwlc have be»n «l<»c!ared.
I payable April l.'.th. IW7. to holders of record at
I the close of hus!n»s*. March 2*th. 1007. Transfer books
1 will be closed »rom March 3*th. '*"*"■ to April l'.tii.
I 1907. both inclusive. F. E. Bt'OBEE. Treasurer.
RAILWAY STF.ri-Srß!>«. «O«PANY.
71 Broadway. N»w T»t F»'oru!rv "Ist. 1807.
A <iuart?ri;/ >Hvidei of CNF. xd THF.EK-Qt'AKTERS
PER CENT »l**">i has th'.s day he»-n <lec!are>l on th*
Prt.'f»rred Stoclc of this i'nrnr>sny oayaM* March 2M.
IW7. to *to.-moi'li?rs of reco-tj Mar'- Uttr). 1907, at
Messrs. Harrey Ftsta A Sobs. 62 Ce'!ar Sttsat. Maw
York <:ry.
Transfer books r>| the Pref erred Stock will »>• tlo»e<S on
MarcV lot:-, ar ■: reopened on March 2£th. ]t*7.
I RAILWAY STFBI-SPRrNG COMPAXT.
F. \ [;> \ H \x Treasurer.
PEORIA * EASTERN RAILWAY O.
By »rd«r ol the I>uar<t ■■* Directors of till* CompasT.
FO!R PER CENT INTEREST will be paid upon its
In.-nm* StortsaC* Poa«ls at i." olTic* o* Messrs. 3 P.
| Uoraaan I Co.. Xevr "York, on April 1. 1907. upon sup
i render of th» coupons then maturtnir
i lIfARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
THE. WESTERN VNION TELEGRAPH (OMf.»ST.
New TorVr. March 13. l»07.
DIVIPF.VD NO. IM.
The Board of Directors have declared 1 a quarterly
divirlen.l of ONE AND ONE-QrARTER PER CENT,
upon tha Capita: Stock of this Companr. payable at
the ofßc« of the Tl Ulii II on »nd after th» 15th day of
April next, to shareholders of record at th» .-',<»■<» off
the transfer book* on th» Corn rtav of March tn»».
Th» transfer books will >>• clo*e<l a" rtlre* » clock «a
tv,» afternoon of Mar I- 'jorh tn«t.. •">! reo?»r.»-*. en
the morning of Ar'-i Ist next.
M. T. WII-BTR Tr»a»u-«r
Winter Resorts.
SEW JERSCT.
HOTELDENNIS
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Otiimlss one-ijalf ssjHSjge oi unobstructed]
bea'h front. _
WALTER J. BUZBT.
a H &*\ "T* P"" Iff K"!5 I B T^f >IT\ 1 t '
HOTEL RUDOLF.
ATLANTIC Cm, NEW JERSET.
Directly on Beach; American and European plan*: tVO
orean view looms; 100 suites, with prtvats as* watts'
baths: phones in rooms; orchestra. t'Mkly social ftatafSSS
«.pscll>- MM . pS ci.i '«>«**££■ R. MTERS Ow»».
THE PENNHURST
ivean end Mt."hi«an *»•.. A::anllc- City. N. J. Kooaw an
suite, with datSi; Ion« distant* "phone* in rooms: el*-.
\ator 'o a«r««t. Special Spring rates. TO R. HOOP.
hotel
CRAMATAN
BRON WILLS VesJebester Co.. K. T.
I.'. raii«s (ram X. T. Open all the year. Smut foe
booklet. j. J. LAXX::: CO.. Prog*
vtncixi.v.
Virginia Hoi Springs.
2.50© FEET ELEVATION. OPEN ALL THE THiE.
Water, Baths. Hotels. Scenery and Early 3t>:'.ns cuoiUL
Nowh«a Equalled.
Rheumatism. s^J' and nervous disease* cured; real
p>te hydr.therjprutic apparatus. JitpaneaA palm rocin.
Kclf. aKimmins pool, fine livery and outdoor pastiasSßi
THE NtV," HOMt;sTE>.\l> Is moJenv In the strictest SMcSS)
■ ntt «atrcnix«d by th« bi|b«si uiaan: brake:'* «£c« *i:»
direct New York wir«».
The Chesapeake end Ohio Railway
allows stoaover at Covicston. V».. on through tlclsMa la
Cincinnati. LouUvlllc. i"hK*so. St. U>uu> «bU tke> V.'*.:
for aW« trips' 10 Virginia Hot Spiincs.
Pullman votapartinact oar. via Washipston. leaves N«*»
fork at «:Sa I*. I*.. arrives »ync?!>. •» A. 11. KeatSM
lime, Excursion ticket* at C. *i O. offlc«s. id IJrcai^
243 Stb ay*. and «»-•» P«:n.*jfivan..i R. K. an>l coaa— ■•
las line*.
FRSI> STSnRT. Manaeer. Hot S[>rhm V».
MAsn-tmrsirrrs.
r.rnit-in::i: nais.
"COMFORT COTTAGE.*
STOTKBRIDOE. MASS.
Open £ntif« T#ar
UTT3. TTTT.TJ?.
r ~■■ ■'■"** ■
MORE GOLD TAKEN FOR INDfA.
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purchased 1R&.SBI In gold due hers oa April ■ uae
$::-.»/•:■ i due on Marca *'%.
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