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BANK BILLS' FIELD DAI.
tdjssembhj Passes Measures; Senate
Amends One — Hearing.
•p;. fMajsajft to Tk+ Tribuc*.]
A;bi=>. March I".— Without much Mpte, al-tfc«*'jr>sa I
tfc«*'jr>s by prru-t!cnl!y a patjr vote, Its* Assembly
to-fiay. r*c^t'' -' " cf ''"•" bankiDK r"fcrm bill^.
The Scnare. or -. ' r ,c-T.trar>. after visorct:s at
ta.ck by ■vanVbvt Gmdy and McCarren, amend"!!
that en" of thr serifs p«»nn'ttinK savinps bark" in
crises to :-• «.■?.'• ir.li'J und»r aapcnrW^si
ef .the Bs'ikir.j: Sureiin««nd?r.t, thus delaying ' if
for a. week. ~~~-\ '
l"nmi»Taivat> evidence of ih<- opposition it th*
IMmcMbl to ■ mm Mat ma IMMM Senator
Gradv tli"Banki:ig l>partm«n'.. and de
«-i S T*>d rtM< HM hill? w^ •• th* interest of all
prr^et. •uhil* McCarren fuiminited against rro^i
deia Roos^ek «'Ti Us roiicwia toward busings in
tHWU Of»«J rGU^rated Ma r*li«»f »Viat STip«rin
t€Ba"nt'-Williinißof t»J- ttar.kins iVravim-nt -woiild
resiim M soon - 11 ""• reform iTiflatior. was
pasVf^ This »■«* immediately denied to" Mr.
ViUUas. Mr. „-.»<-■ -h«..J - -
"Ti> are undertaVilnp la york out reform from
tJ-» • wrer___; «cd. • This bin invitrs trust^s to in
vest in fecurities that they Bs»1 MMMMC of, b'Jt
caa borrow ?norj»r •- All this bill doe;- is to pro
tect the market in """a" Strt-t from tie ■■*••■
•pp-araxice of f aiiigt bank f»^:nii'-«. You are
•.Sdrcmnc vonr.«-1f ""• a scheme that is as close to
"W'ai! Strct as- the firm of Prcx<»l. Morgan & Co."
Senator McCarrrn raid —Him« baal arisen in
the ..s-- lew ;ror'ii«= to Justify ibe rass^p? of th
tolll. Depositors, as »eil as th«» !>avin«rs banks, •»«•
trfueftcd by the thirty and sixty od: rj!».
•Were it not for that MM," lie continued, m.:l
♦o-s cf dollars wouJd havr b««n ithdra-vn ?nd
tslc»d to «pmiic boxes and. •« «o^d have h^d
the * M pa>Mc in •»» history. if »• other banVs
had BBttJ a clause OMM n-ouW nave been no bank
fei'-jr^f- '
w» «a d the XT I :rkerb".-k-r Trust Company, »•
Etmilton RanV and «ms Brooklyn banks -^oula not
hft«Bj failed if ttiey could have realized 00 their
•SS'tt. ■ . .
-The vaVje of tIsMM ■Mali •»■ reduced .o a
rim'imurn by th-. acts of th* federal admini.tra
;.. he continued. 'Th»re is ■• necessity^ for
this- tin. The Bawtssj* banks are •! riyht. Thcr»
.c no'mor* tns»nj for this bill than th«r-» « for
« cat „ km r^ Ulls. This HdflatiOD K«IM
to be pre^fcated upon IM iheoryi.«wt ■omethiiMj
Tnutt be done all.tiio time. The thing to do ;s to
l*t tb' ?a\inrF ban]»s aion?."
|Tm bill MM n«vaca*ea ty Senators .Hooker.
White arsd r .. .c but mf finally amended.
In the Assembly this bill *«<= pasaed «8 drafwJ
-B-ith^ut mnch -.. .„,. or The votr Vto »•
Therr ih« main opr^ition »« ai"-)-^ - by U»e r.il.
to-prrr.ii- Hrvinas banks to report their eecurttiea
at araortized ,uor. P. C ReMannu of Che
nanp. nMlnt.ined that tMa **« i of "investment
valao" ■» as a 1 lain lit. '
\«».tihl:-ni--ii - .-:"- ri^M. of the
Oousmtttc* on Ba*.ks- .]•-■■■• the arguments.
A««*"mbUm«in H«rritt paid tnai the majority party
m-oyld hax« 10 fee reepa«nib for this l-ij Nation,
and jf it proved faulty »;ouM stand the blame.
- , , ... 9
TV« measures I— Hi c more stringenl th« qualin
ra-tioni: for pervHc of directors of banks and trust
companies and cdmpeHinjc them to tak^ oath of
r - , passed without objection: The i. : :i stiffening
tru f t rompany muw paF^d. ■ - I•. C. r.obin-
Fon >o:ii:? in ..,.,-.. M: Wiinwri^bt declared
th«ttbc r'fonn ha.«Jl> vent Carcßoasfa in his JudtJ-
Tr«r'
Tr . Senate and A«sembb mm tew on tanks this
in*r"ooon listened to opposition a=ain=t the bill re
<.«irMi? l«n*as »nd in.-: companies to have ■ cap-
Jtal of JK"'. 1 ... fcr each bran maintained in addi
tion 10 -.hr-orisi^al --.■•.. of the parent Lnatitation.
Syjvav r.i^i, representing the North Bide Bank, of
Brooklyn, and bams] L Wells, of the Twenty-third
■vvr -. -. Bank. of T!i*» Bronx. oppos<?d this feature.
Mr. ni<-r «:ecli;rc<i that ■ branch dM not Increase
tii<- rcj-po> y of tbe bank, but simply aiforiied
patrons accommodation* carer their plaecs of
buemv^a It was «ho 1 that most branches do
rtothin- Irul ..... pay out deposits and do
art tr.sk* an;.- ;oa:is= «>r ■---■•• ■
EeVmoar Van Santvoord. -■;•■_•." trust
companies cl the Mate als« opposed this proposi
tion. -
V AXTS CHANGE INQUIRY.
A. L. Cm-.icr Favor* It at Hearing
on Wagner Bill.
jp.y '•c.- i" T*» Ti-ibaae. 1
Albanj". March 17 -Wall — t and -;<-.• X jrKrublip.g
■were attacked \lgofously to-day before three lcji?
la-, c connnittc-cy. r*-:j-i-.aps ilio feature of jpn
,--■.<-. «-«s i; pV.» by Alfred Owen I 'r.'>
xi»r b*fcr*> tho As*«nb!>- Judiciary Committee that
thrrfr -be a !«|risUuive inve-tiratioij of the Nesr
Tork etocfc Exchange. i<«- :is«er«>-<i thai M p«
cer>t of ihp.trsii.sac.ior.^ Ih'cfc. «ri t!;e authority '■!'
"ijich ut> ;.:?ri<-:-/ were fr-::xj<lt:icnt plain gambling.
|f« advocai<>! ii, f adoption of 't>' Wagner M V <3e
sjgw« to wip" v>;:t s!(ic:; ~^r..Dl ! .i!^. [aba G. Mil-
burn. repn.-secth>s tbc StyA Eiclianpe, opposed
HA )W bill Ti;C Rei". ,•.:....•••■< ■ Ptt-rs. the !'.'
WfJ r>r. Scboenfeld :ir.-l A ssemb!:. nun Wasner spoke
P' for r. I-aTT x\\'-y appeared before a joint bunks
cymmiw*- '•■■> atJi'oVate ih>- <^:vi'3i-i i.i:! requiring
sJ.>k r^«-hi,:-s'-s a> loccrporste.
■ .It 'vas <W..ir' '! U:.<; f-i«'f -i«' seaichiicht <>f publicity
ci «■."-. • »■ turned o:; the "nefarious*! operations of
spe<-iiii '*<!>.. bat* Senator- Hooker tc-k considcnJ>lc
■scind. out' Hi the Cu'.illi^r --^ ; - by dodarins-tiutt
lie bU! wu worthless and would accomplisb noth
:
""J <ion"t -CT;;iit it to -.'.. '. o«it that we ire t^rnin?
do»r. an iuti-WalT Street bill. bal.tliia ithin_r doesn't
dv anr-thiT!?.'" >-^i<l S^:irtT<j: ! looker. ■
- T . ' • ..^incipi-i ar__vn>eni la favor of the i" ". -\ .! =
mai' by Mr. • "rosier, ■bjio -sairl tliat ii«» bad been
on t!jc ■■•nsirie" forj>tw«J ycaji sii'd Iwd written •-.
hook on his <\i^»r:«!ic<:s . Investigations. He
said thai Uic Kji:ck"rbcici:cr Tru^l «'o:-ii|->«ji\- was
hell <Jo*ti »;:^:ii it let ;o <>r th- Btocts of th«* l"ort
Ch«^-tf*r Railroad. «i:cJ Ibal t!:«;- were <c<ju:r<*'i by
th* JCew" Vcrl.. N"cw Ha it J Murifor^. tlirreby
jrivirr"t!3f lattor rtu-J uudSsputed frontro! of Jl'c
lln«-s between X'-w ork ;<?i^ ■'. .- ■-. A; ■■••-..".
bai:V. '•<■ Crozl<?r.saJ«l.iwiis. forced <i"t\r. -jniil it
Itt to .•!■-- • of th<^ Tennessee Coal <:om
.lt i> .not proSphk 1 thai the bilf : will rtc^ivc .'•ny
further^-consjdoration .-it -.:i; hands of iv* commit
70 >;-.;.? STEEL F3ICZS OP.
IJo Shr.^r^ of Any Importance Zxp^ctcd at
JJest Conference.
.Tne • -' «■« of ■ ; ■»-.. ■;,■.■)• • <- >f ih« Ivadlnx
»t«*l snO iron nwaufacturer_i ?o dtoruss. ooiiditionp
la th» trad". p»i»t'<'vlarly « Ith r»f^r*i .«-<■ •.. !:ii.-o«
rf fijilf-h'-'l pr«.«<Juots. -a:!] i»c reetrmed-in riiis ■!•■
Trc i 8 • '«^r part «•_" iMs «.«'V. .•■.•-,..,..- '<
c' it ■- unspimou*ly^d<?cS<let3 t<i mjiitjtain "\
»«*)-->s: pH « - ,»!(<_ it iv i».-If'\«>rj iiigt ;: ■■--
fj^icr; nill N- rc3'-ii"i :«; iii<- '••-■.;- m'^'Jinp.
D 'T' ■■• .■: 'liT ;s Jv-id lo if ;i ftOßfibUity •>< .•» blight
■f^arjiris: of price* i:i «"m'- insun-.-'S.
7 r<>!lo>si^r ti;o r<-cuT-»r .•*«»«--kly •et.-DIC nf 111
finance tSw*»txtirt*« of :h" Caited St^t.-r .-•. . . ,-. r .
r«?ra'i''>'i y**->«r<fa::- Ift* boaitl of directors li<-I.J r
H- •- mc'tins !•> pai<f> Q_jOU the »»inii;-! ro.^oii.
«t!i«h «»'i be madv* j>uh'i-- nn VTl<i?/.
IKON AGREEMENT DISCONTINUED.
-Yovinrawn. OMo. Man r.. Th« eontirtuous i
■<att 2rr'- > t.i«--,it -nvnd :!-»•• tn.KVM be'twe^fi Hi'-
Amalgamated As.>«-.r:K';o»i •<? lroTi. S"«-l ;«n<l Tin
*««-.- ttn Ft^jti/rsi. ;■ r. Tiiid t-'t-c! t'otpp«n;.
V"*s rtefii diiH-oatiou^d "t '!i' r^tju* 1 *!, it is undeir
etootf .-•!-,«;:•.. wnspany. L'ndcr »!i*- Ithii;
.-♦•-.• .... Iht mil ■«= remitin^j :n
■pen ' • v->v -> c>.;iir«!jo7i rf ti,~ v a »;^ asrf-^
me ' - on Jt;nr "'?, <■«.!! u«r. vit.ril a. now itt'K:n»nl
>.ad t<*^.* ma>. i;i ♦•a.—- of « fHi'lnr. of the uiiion
aatl manufai turn-, t . iijtrr. tlf F«ttlcoien< was '.'ft
i" ■ bnrfl - ' >»ixHi»tir«n. T!-* 1 a^'ard c*f *h r - b-iiird
.-. ' coflrOljtfioii »iiii i, -..I'-: at o«.ni*»rid§<? Springs
m Aaf:f;. lPt'C v.-stf. «3i»fa>.'rf!i: <.. ;;-.. manuf«ctut>
♦rr l . <i:.'<J I- t<+-\'.r \ f.i :•• iia.\. 1"<1 in # i.-- annulling of
:-.■.-- ■ b> t'i«- FUrp'j\>\lc compjitiy.
PHILADELPHIA TO BORFOV/ $9000,000.
Pliilac^lphia. Man 17. -Follrv.iTic h conference
cf <-itv sjMh ai- : -r" to-day Mayor Reyburn ar?-
Wild Tin imnwdiate ■.•'■• b<» tait«a ">
tK»rro» S»,«X I .«O 'J:-<5- » l<wb f' lllt: 3i;tlic:ur-i t».-
I mnVr ■■. ■ maiHcipaJ
.• susaiiirii'ii -irHrft t*"* give wr-rk to the city* an
ernpie. <"). It i?« tt.'«j£i:i tiie money <-aii be raibt-J in
ai/j-i sWkMsi £&>'&
: I Stern Brothers
- »_ Are shoeing a choice selection of the
: ... Latest Imported JVlodeJs In
Smart Street & Carriage ' Hats
suitable for all occasions.
MILLIXERY DEPARTMEN-T SECOND FLOOR.
ATTENTION IS ■ DIRECTED TO THEIR
SPRING EXHIBIT OF THE LATEST DESIGNS HI
French Hand-made Bridal Sets w
WITH THE FINEST HAND NEEDLEWORK, ENTIRELY
DISTINCT FROM THE ORDINARY EMBROIDERY.
.Bridal Trousseaux a Special Feature.
Initials, Monograms, Etc., Embroidered.
■ — . , \*
West Twenty- third Street
McCutcheon's
"The Linen Store"
■aj Train Hark.
Spring Opening
Gossard Corsets.
Thane models display decided
change?." The flat hip i? accentuated
to a mow marked <i^T^: they have
additional height and length : the bark
is perfected an.i more beautiful, and in
every respect the?" goods are quite in
dividual in .style.
Prices ?5.00, S.OO. 12.**, 15.00 ant! up
wards, J
Thoroughly experienced fitters in at-.
tendance.
sth Aye. & 34th St., wa^T s^.
MELLZN REPORTS DISCOUNTED.
Rumor That He 13 to Head Union Pacific
Taken as "■■IT Story.
Reports That Charles S. Mellon. pre.<=idrnt of the
New York. New Haven & Hartford Railroad Com
pany, would assume charge of the "Union Pacific
■nd that another banking house would succeed
Kuhn. I.oeb & Co. as the- financial asents of the
road, were freely circulated in Stock Kxchan^e
circles yesterday.
These- rumors found little credence among inter
ests ■well informed in tli^ company's affairs, and
the general opinion in financial circles seemed to
he that they were circulated to form an incentive
for outside bull operation? In Union Pacific
! stock. E. H. Harriman was not at his office yester
day, H!«i bbs representatives said they knew noth-
I ing about die reports.
MAHINE INTELLIGENCE.
i MINIATURE . ALII A NAC
MINIATURE ALMANAC.
I Fan rises 6:oTiSan sets'6;ll M"" "' rises — Moon's age 16
i jii«;h water.
\.M.— -„ ,- : Hook 7:' C, .; .. Island 7:."1* Hell Gate 9:25
I r.U.— SantJy Hook 7^7lCo\-. Island 7.."" Hell <iat<- 9:43

WIRELESS REPORTS.
. The Ce<ir:-- reported as !M miles east of Band: Hook
■„■ ;, h m yesterday. is cpected to dock about *•:;!<> a. m
: to-day. .
'• TV^ KrAnnriiK i\i!iielm. reported .i« ra--s'"? l!lt> Nan
! tu?k<"t Lir-T-Mp at' 4 ptn -■.-,-,- expected to dock
a: about >:."'i P m to-day.
i The \"a<ier!ai»! reported a* 17.". milca rast of Nantuck«t
i Mgtit&hip at -J:v> a m yesterday. Is expected to dock
.-' it 10 a a Tliursia;-. '
INCOMING STEAMERS. '
TO : '.\ V.
\>« s »! From. Uae.
j •Korona" . Dera»rar*. March R.. Quebec
1 •Kronprlas Wltte!m.«"herboarg. March 11 N G Lloyd
) 'Grecian F"rh>ce Barbados. Mar-I> 1" Prince
i . ■:>■... Nt CaatUe . . .Kott^rdam. February 2T...N T A Cor.
• V'aderl&ad Vntwerp, March 7 ?><><i Star
! Rn^iflvo . ■;: ■ ..-:■.■:: .-en. M?-' 1 - 3 Bristol
'<\T,j. ;.....: !iver.,,..j:. MMnli : White Star
I -Saratov ...Rotterdam. .March 7 Russian
, . " ,- ■.-,„ ' " Calv««ton. March 11 Vallory
:Fl MontY ■ .;.■'-•■■ March 11 So Pacific
.r-annonia ' Olbralti r March. >■ ■<*>*?"*
lar.non . Bremen. March,! -.N c. Uoyd
| KoteriykH Boulogne. March B HoU-Am
THCnSDAT. MARCH 19.
i 'Jidiia-ir . . .Cherbourg Mar-!, 11 Whit* Star
•Taurus . . - Kin« ton. March !« H. M S r
i Retina de Jtaiia Gibraltar. March 1" . . r."o- I irabado
; Rf ,7 j, " Man>eine«. liar, h 7 Fabre
I <"< I. •urent Havr*. March S Trench
Vadtrland :....\t"»"P. Mar. 7.. Red Star
FRIDAY, MARCH 20.
j •rrinK'WiUem'V .Hajtl March 14 D\V I
• \-«wt!__ - , -.. Ma ■-. Mai , 13. . . .Hamtv Am
i -Mrri^.a ."..'. Vera. «r.j/. Marrh 13 Wan]
i sh -»nio . Glhraltar, Mar.-I, • Italian
' l "eansjK ,-., a.. n mouth .Man h 9 Harab-Am
SATURDAY, MARCH ::1.
,-, i_..,i_ «"i-;."-l^-jr-. Marrh l» \merican
I 'It™-* .'• • MverpooU M-p!. 1 » CunaH
I •! -i Tourai'm" '.".Ilavr*-. 11hi«:i -«.:-.:".ti-wtr3S
i, 1."^,,1 ."^,, - Gibraltar. Maioh 12 Whit- j-ur
' \ln.'"'.';;;.v;.V.V.\ In .'"'.' ;;;.v;.V.V. •..-:■•, on. March >> Manor
! •Brli -- ma
! OUTGOING STEAMERS.
I TO PAY.
■ Vessel
■.-••«-' ;-. r Lin«>. Mail i I isws *a!ls.
T.iuVTnjV Sr.t:th«mDtoa Aui«-rican ..... BrtfOatn I" •»• a ...
... • ....,, f ■-... «^0« w R»a m
1 "u'in-'av,' RotttrtJaro. Hollaa-I A- lo^am
, -j. ... Malfc . 12:00 m
„ .. ", • tolk "I ■ I' ■■■• lni< " ■ • - : "• ?l; 1
THIT.>I'AV. M.VKi'H 1^
liliu^ ■...,.. ■ -.:' fur . .. >•■■"■■' m;■ •"!
. „ ■ - „. . „;*»im K> : iio* m
:•,:.,: •,:.,- II O^P'-nl.ag-iV Sc*nd-Al» J»:?.O « in }2^>m
-...,,. Havana. Ward H:i»<ani IJ:ix>in
». ,..-. > ■ ■ I* ....... "" <■ •■•
. . -. . " ; '^ riVi
Hamilton. Norfolk. „:; Dotnlrlon ... - - /:™ P m
rU!J>AV. MARfU Sft.
Vo;u»ir< \rs«nlin«, '. p. fi Holt f»..ift» ii! l«:o<>ara
(WgunuK*: Nuawu. Ward I2:w m »^|P»"
j Ou-iMa. Arsrntlna. Siri^n U:f«» n. •• : ' :< »r > ''
Sa.niMET ri.-ii'u'sv. Ward . ••:"• i> ">
iolnradnl Brunswick. ■Ja ft I- —in
.;,.frcr«np. SsrVili. < •: J 1 »•« . cm.. »:«i p m
TRANSPACIFIC MAILS.
Destination an* steaaaej i lose uNci York.
Hawaii. J»i>ai.. Csira. «'iii:is and Philip-;
r-rp Ulan<ls <>.ta .-an l!"r»n«i«™>- Man
cJMirla ■ Mar IS, S.W . m
' \jsiralia •'».'-vt '•<■•■ N' * Zealand.
i .- j, ...,., ,--.• Fiji U'»nd»' «» ■» •"'>**
j ••«><i' l .jii4 (\ia Vaii«;<i:ver ana Victoria,
| H <:» Mas ■ Mar — '. 6:00 p m
Japan. ""••r»a. Chinj «rd Philippine Ulanda
l\ia ■.«.••■ lum Urn i Mar '.'€. C:CKJ p m
HJtf.aii .!:«i«n. «'.'r^n. China and Philip
;in«- l»Und* <•.::< H.-.n Francisco)- Nip
pon ilaru Mar 2'j. 6:00 p m
! M.iv.,l, Guam Mid IMillliwln*! Island* ' i
.-an KT«ndß«*— United -' •■• (ruiuipurt.Apr 1. «s:iViprn
| N»iv /.-»;«n'i Au«tull« if\""ft v* • *t .
fd.n-.nm. Ulandfl »4d ■ ■«...'. via <\iu
San i— en-Msf-ni— In •■■■„ Afi .".. <*' pin
Jai.<i<. < "i^a. •„.««•... lippl .- Islands
ria *. au.-»uv/r ..r.-1 Victoria, II C» —
l^mpr*''' 1 of <~hii:i Apr B. <?.'""• r m
1 Tali" .-■■ l Slarqcemi '■ ■»' - <\U tSan
j Krant.-i--.ci— Ma ■-'-.-. ■ Apr 11. fl 00 p■ .
1 SKIPPING NEWS.
Port of New York, Tuesday, March 17. 1908
AT.I VCD.
-•-»■, »r sar bun. Foe-. Ton,- March .',. Arroio ft.
Ma .'- *. A(ruurtli!« '• »nd San .funn 11 to tiM N.-w
' if', and Tori Pico ~- <•■. with .17 ra'^'nei-r*. malls
a... m<i?<- Arrived *' ib» !'■<■ st I. ♦<">.! in.
gMaoM DUer .-.r. lar>«n>. M«n«anlllo March 7 and
Oaaataaaiao 10, to L U *. p Mrii»tron«. with sugar.
Arri\«a *-. the Bar at 2 a in.
S-'teanici liu£in (Nor). johaanaaaesi Tampico M»r h 4.
Otmp«"«-hp S a.v! r>BB«M 9 to th» New York and Cuba,
Mall £* Co. with rr.iie. Arrl-.ed at (ha bar at 45 am.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 190S
French Silk and
Cotton Voiles.
A sheer, soft, filmy fabric showing;
medium and broad stripes and check?,
some embroidered, including practical
ly every 'color combination, mostly on
white grounds; a few on natural linen
grounds. - -
\yidth 44 inches. Price Ssc, $1.00,
1.23; 1.50 and up to 2.75 yd.
In our Dress Goods Department we
offer all of the desirable staple an<]
noveltj fabrics in a wide range of pat
tern?.
Hoys do the running to-day, for
the bargain stockings won't run —
they're "Onyx dyed."
3000 pairs of hoys' long black
ribbed stockings.
Double heels and toes.
Sizes 6^2 to TV., regularly 2.3 c.
Sizes 8 to 10, regularly .'J.x-.
All sizes 20c; three pairs for oOc.
.Rogers, Peex & Company.
Three Broadway Stores.
-58 842 1260
at at at
Warren st. :3th St. 32nd st.
Steamer AEhfield ißrt. Anders n. Kacua March . 9 and
Calbarien 1-. to ii- Mnnaon fc's i ii;. . with su^'' ar
rlv«<J .it the Bar at - .::;ri a m.
Steamer Carib. Rich. Oeorcetown, s C. Msrcl! 12 and
Wilmington. N C M to the Clyde Sa Co, with indse.
Paused In Quarantine at 7:<"i.'. a m.
Steamer Furnessla (Br». Lumsdane. Glascov. and Mo
■vilie March 7. to Henderson' Brothers, with ■ Lssonsem
and Mdse. Kast <■>;- l'ir« i=i;<n.i at .'.:'.". p in.
Steamer Yad-r!ai!.! ißels). Barman. Antwerp .Mi.; i 7.
to the Ked Star.l.ih". with i.ans'eriscrs.an.i nwiae. South
earn •' Fire Island :<t 7:4.'. p in.
gt«un<>r Aval.m <Nor>. Rasmussen. Port Antonio March
12. to the I'anwi Importing '.'<_>. with fruit. Arrived at
the Bar hi 4:i." i 1i 1 111.
Steamer l--i'iu:a. (Br>.- Johnston. Lccliorn February
.•■j Naples 2S and •!-,■!... ■£'. to Henderson Hies, with
3 cabin and X* «te-rage passengers and mdae. Arrived
■:• the Bar at R:36 ■ in.
StejiniT Saratoga . Down*. Havana March 14. to th«
New York & ■•ul.^ Mail Be .... viitli 165 paJwngers, mails
.md indse. Arrived at tli« Bai at 9:12 a m.
>•..-:-.- Monroe, llulphere. Newport News and Nor
folk, to •',■ «.>ld I»oinlnton .-!■ Co, with passengers and
nnsf. OS HighlandM hi 2 i> m
B?e» . Maracalho. F'«rr>'. Slarairalbo. Msr.-h 7.
Curacao 9 ;.t.; Ponce 11. to Boulton. f<li!-s & [lallett. with
7 pas-=eiig: f> r^, cuails and ■■■■:-■ Arrived at the liar at
1 ■» p m.
„-.--, ii... ■ N. .lj. M-^'^h 17.. :» ."'> p tn— Wind 'ast.
licht bieijje; rluixjy; :■.'■ ■•! J-OH.'
:-.\l!.i:i'
RttVLtners Bovlc "<r>. l.:"i| '. 'itT-ida. Philadelphia.:
k •.•>!. mi:.".--i < *-»i~1lii: '•:■'< Ki-.--i.,,'ii \ i.< Plymouth .i. '
• lierhonrK: <i A Knudton I Nor). Tanipicu via Baltlmori';
K< ■•■ Cristobal: Apaoh**. < harleston and .1h«'!-soii
■• ille; Madonna U n Marseilles ■la N ipl< . Prince""
Anne. Norfolk an.) N^vport s-'s -' " - Willkoi ti < ( j''r»,
ll^inhnrc; i.i Xorte. OaUestoit: .'.• iif Savannah, Sa
vannab.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
i Tpenbasen March 17 '.' .> m -t'nitrd states il>an). New
York \, a <~'liristt>ii«Hnd.
Gibraltar. Mar. 1 17 Frl»drich .I"! Grosse MJer). New
York fir Naples j. • ri <;«-n..ii.
Hamburg. March ,*ls^-na«iroa'«Nor>, Nen- York.
Ant»»rp, March IT, 1! [> m — Krennland. New Turk via
1i,,-. .
>\iij. March 17 Braanfels i<;cr). < a!- utta for Boston anil
New York
Tc.rrak'oi^. Marrh l:: •< iiidad <!• Revs (i-pai>), New York
via \ alen n
lYi»-"i\ March 13— Alice iAiiMi, N«» Tori via N'apl-.-.
Mad-Ira Mcrrh 1»; Reptiblle ißri, New Y<.rk >i* ?t
M!i-lii«-ls for NapU - «liri C.mnx.
Mont.- ide •. Mar Ii 14 --Afri.-Mii Trine* <rtri. New Tork
f..r !■.■. ••!.■ - ... Mild K'*ar!.».
Rotterdam; March I." r Aureole ißr) New York.
Pi neap on . Mar li !•• - Kobe lAuct), New York via .*»t
VitT Bt (', v.
Barbados. March 16 Ma*<lali»na ■ riri Southampton via
Vitro for •■'.!•■ r. .t. .. a-id New York.
Hull. Marc> irt Martelfci (H>«>. New York.
Wa!ta March I<>— Cassiopeia <N'.n. N«» York via Harce
lona.
Port N'aral. \sar*li ' : or^'n i>«tSe >nr.. New York
\in <'«]><• To* n ••••■
Yokohama. Miir.-h 14 [Jor-'nfrl* .Her). New York via
Algiers, Sabanr. Sharighal, etc.
SAILED.
IV.'jlosne. Mdrch i;,. ♦ p in— Patricia iGert, New York
'•la Plyr-outh.
Uverpnol. March 17— farmanin ißr New York via
Quecnrtown:
Santott. Marrh (y— Nordp.il (Nor), Mew York.
Mrssina, March 10— Cltta ill Mfnslua iltalj. New York.
"rrl.-ne: March 11 — Ida .Ausii N*r York; 13 Praßceaca
(Aunt). New York
Bermuda. March 17. 11:45 a m — Kernuidlan illn N«w
York.
i.'iiriptiuiiband. March 16, 0 p m — Ht-lllg <»lav (I>an), New
York.
PAKSKD.
CMbraltar, Marr.l 17 — Principe .11 Plemonte (Hal), New
York for -Naples and Genoa.
Lizard, March 17— Mesaba •Hi. New York for London.
Mm :-C: -C : ER'MA'9I~ r LLOViD^
Fast Express Service.
' PLYMOUTH— CHERBOVRG-BHEMEN.
; Kronp'z Win.. Mar. 2*\ Kaiser d. Or. ..Apr. 7
Kaiser Wm. 11. Mar. 31 (new). .. Apr. 14
I Twin-Screw Passengrt-r Benrfc?«.
I TLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
•r«rbaroasa...Apr. 9)Barbarosja.::.May -1
: Kurfucrst May 7|Kurfuer»t June 11
I •I'.remen direct.
! Medttfrranean Service. *
GIBXTAR— NAPLES— GENOA, at 11 A. M
K. Albert. ..Mar. 2«|Friedrlch Ap>. 11
p. Irene Apr. 4 K. Lulse Apr. 18
From nremfn Tiers. ad & 4th St«.. Hob«<en.
N. G LLOYD TRAVELLERS' CHECKS.
OELRICHS & CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. 1 ■
AUBtKAJf T TMTG From Pier A i:> N. R
AKcSICAR LIHH . at 10 a; m.
PT-.YMr.rTH— — S'THAMPTON.
New York.. .. Mar. 21 [Philadelphia. .. Apr. 4
St. Louis .. .Mar. 2SK t. Paul ... . . . Apr 11
RED STAR LINE Fron _. t T, rr A 4 ' i?; R.,
RtD STAK at i, A M
NEW YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
Va«l»rland. . .Mar. 21|KroonJand Apr. 4
Zceland Mar. 2*l Finland...- Apr. 11
WHITE STAR LINE STVT
NEW YORK— Q'NPTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Baltic. Mar. in. in arr.lOKlc. .Apr. 2. 10 am
CedrlrMar.2rt.l2:3opm! Baltic. Apr. 1«. 10 am
PI-YMOITTH— CHERBfJ— S'THAMPTON.
r*t»tontc.Har.l».mi>wi 1 .Apr. 1. 10 am
Adriatic. Mar i". llam Ait S.I I :30am
. NEW YORK fA iITA! V
ANI> 80-TON a VV ■' II /^IL» I
via Azores. M^-I»ira. Gibraltar.
Cretic.May 2«. nfon! RepiihlicApr. 1", noon
Canopic.Apr. 4. 1 rm|RomanlcApr.2.">.-">::tf>am
PASSENGER OFFICE. 0 BROADWAY.
InlAililffiG-^MERICAIIO..
— — Hamburg.
•Walderwe.Mar. 21. 7 am '"Patricia. Ap.4.nn
Ti Ta Mai TH.I Mail » If
•Sails to Hamburg direct.
Gibraltar— Xaples — G^noa.
Hamburg. 31. 10 am ■ MoltkeAp.22.loam
Oceana... April 2. 11 am|HbunT.Mayl4.»am
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS ISSUED.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37 Broad
wa- N. Y.
"•ffiOlllia^ffil'lLOKQlES
From Piers 51-52-54. Sorth P.iver.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEF.NSSTOWN.
PASSENGERS BOOKED THROUGH TO
LONDON AND PARIS.
Lusltanla.'.Mar. 21. • a m'Oaniianfa.Apr. 4
F.'ruria. .Mar 38. 11 mlLucania. . .Apr. S
Mauritania Apr. 1.3 " p m|Uivibrla. ..Apr. 11
LUSITANIA. Marrh 21.
MAURETANIA: A- r. 1.
I^arsfest. Finest. Fastest. in the World.
HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SERVICE,
TO Fli ME VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES AND TP.IRSTE.
PANNONI.V. . .Mar. -1., noon; May 14. lily 2
rARPATOIA.-Apr. 9, noon; May 2«i. July M
6UAVONIA. . .Apr. TO. noon; Juiw I & . Aug. 8
VKRXON II." BROWN. General .-.K*nt,
21-24 State St . opposite >ne Battery:
[
If l&lJ un I rUL &^n liJDJr
v l"-j £ bi£n 31 Jti 19 v iivJ il* «
Macniflcent new st^aaianins. Comfort |
swnriiiFwsFiio
PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS
Rew York-i-New Orleans
. Ask any aKei:; about part rail part
water trips] An agr«eabta variety.
i U H. NUTTINGi G. P. A.. 3Vj Broadway i
BTALIAI S. S. UIEI
•NAVtGAZIONE GEKEKALB ITALIANA.
tLA VBLOCE (Fast Italian Line.)
JIT ALIA Societa d" Navlsarione a Vapore.
TO 'NAPLES AND OKS'OA DIRECT
■Sannio Mar. 251 *D J. AbruzzLApr. 7
tßrasile^Apr. * i v ' "•• from Pbila. Apr. -"
IIARTFIELD. SOUARJ & CO.. 50 Wall St..
IPI I TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER IC_
XKff YORK.ROTTERDAM via BOULOGNE
Statendam.Mar.lß. mam P'tidamAp.S.llfcii
nvidam . .Mar. 31. 4 pm|.N t rdam.Ap.l.>.4ain
HOLLANfr-AMKRICA U.NE.39 K'T.-ay.W.
T>KIJ "D" LINK.
For la Goajrra, Puerto Cabello.
Curacao anil Maracaibo. via Curacao, call-
Ing also st an Juan. P. &.:
eg CARACAS .. • Saturday. Mch. 2*. noon
E.S PHILADELPHIA .^at . April 11. noon
For I.a Quay i. Curacao, Maraca'.bo:
<= - MARACAII ■• -unlay. Mrh. 21 noon
BS ZUIJA .... inlay. \t,i:. 4. noon
""These steamers have superior accommo
dations tor paaMttKera. * DALTiTT.
BOUL.TON. BL.ISS-4 DAJLt-BTT.
General Managers, 82 Wall St.
LF(lD[r CPaDtpHciD KB©©
UeaMaklM of t! c RBD •I'" USB tviU
sail from Pier 11. near Wall St. Kerry.
Brooklyn, for San Juan direct as follows:
gs CARACAS... Saturday. March 28. noon
_=*' PHILADELPHIA.. Sat.. April 11. noon
For freight or>paaaage apply to
BOULTOX BLISS &- DALLETT.
General Managers. 8S 'Wall St.
'■ SUMMER TOURS TO EURC 5.
rider escort, leaving in Ju ■■ ar.ii July.
38 to 80 days: all expenses. *190 to :-•*•■
■ c-nmi i-.-k.-r.-K' itineraries; leisurely travel;
-„.,! hotels: experienced conductors: hm
".... membership. Send for itineraries.
M.\!£-Tri<s TOURS. •'<! W. 30th St.. N.Y.
60 TOURS TO EUROPE.
[South America (June) 3.
Ground til* World (Fall)
Tickets Everywhere. Travellers' Checks.
THOS. COOK & SON.
24". Broad* X. V.. and Branch Qfflc'fu.
CLARK'S 40 TOURS TO EUROPE
most comprehensive ami attractive ever o£
ftred. F. C. CLARK Tini°s i.Mtig.. N. Y.
*TEAMB(I.\TS.
FAOuiLlaDWiEoa \Lm\i
FA R^D S UCEI> (SiPTIOI S2.ss°
REDUCED IS)4*»'3> 1| Vt/lM «$£ o«B3 a
Newport and "all River. S- Providence.
* J^'3'>. Low Fai»s to All Polota East.
Leave Pier 1». North River, foot Warren
St.. week days and Sundays, 5:00 P. M.
_:.. . s PLYMOUTH (new) and PROVI
DENCE, orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE, for New London and
East. I-- Pier K>. North River, ft. Clark
son St.. »-■ days only, SP. M.; Pier .<».
E Ft ft E. 22d St.. 6:30 P. M. StTSL
Mai: e'and 'Chester « Cha| b
NEW HAVEN LINE, for New Haven «wJ
North. I.- PI i 20 i: R-. •■•■■ '■■ days
only, 3:00 >■ M. Steamer hard Peck.
-■<_'X NEWBIJRGH— Sir. leaven PieriM. N.
V mi >NS , WEDS. & FRIDAYS, at r. p. m.
For Ni- ri ;:•;,, ai : I"uII«HKEEPSIB—
Tu**. Thurs. ■■• •> ■*•'" . "' •' '' '"
LOST— BAN KBOOKS.
I , .-• Bankbook N*o. 4«.«505 n? Pry r>o C k
S-niiie-i Institution. Any p*>mon liavlnK
t-lalms iinon saw l>.*>k N oall'.l upon to
i.iwnt ■;... ■ am* to tHe bank within thirty
■days or ••„ paid book • ill l.« declared <-an
.oiu,] and ■■:■■■, and a new one
i?=surd ..... „.,.•■.
LOST or stolen. Bank! So SSS.IS2
'of the German SavlniEs Bank In tli<- City
of New York, .orn-;- 4tli ai». and nth st..
Issued to Man Evanitzk: All perenna ar«
rautloned njcaiust negotiating th.-> Manx If
not returned !•> th" IWlh nn the Is=t day of
April. U«<S. h. dupHcate •nlll b« Iwued.
•„. -- Bankbook No. !>_•!» T>». Rank ' tot
Savings. 2SO -tth ivr, N>w York. Pa?
rnent «i.-i. t-.- Pleas* r»fum hoi k to bank.
\
i,. ,< or stoi,i;n. Kankbook No ISO.WQ
of i!" Kmlirraiil Industrial -ii- ln« Untik.
[■„ mi in stopped. rPl4ase'. return book to
Kink.- No. 51 Chamber* »t.
r,r»«T r.r EN Bankbook N«». KM.4M
of the Emlgrran) IwJustrlal -'»> '»;- f'-nk.
l'n\r!i<>iit stopped. P!ea*« C*turn booh :o
l«nk. N'<v 51 Chambers si
i OST or STOLEN. -Bankbook No. ■•'•• '"
of ih. Enilicrani Industrial -„•••--- Bank.
Pnyment stopr*<l. rl'aj. rfurn V«-.k to
hunk. No ■•■• ''liimW' "'
Bt'SINE««S CHANCES.
WE AH!" OFFETIINO a limited amount of
stock at *i<«> per ■hare; lark* 1 manufact
uring buslneM.v In Brooklyn; value of. plant.
$ir.ft.iHH.- now in full operation; the übovi
nook will ray H. or more. Full particu
lan •( McDonald-WißKlns Co.. 257 Broad
way.
$:, ,«m> rAPTTAL WANTED.— Buya half
Interesl in ■ maniirm-t'irlrn bii>«tn»!«« with
;i.m, rompetltion money nee<i.««i to <'xi*ti'i
the biistnt^x: active man preferred; this
l« an exceptionally Rood chance. Full i»r
drulan apply McDonald ■'... VT.7
Broadway.
P\RTV .WANTED.' with *.Vfx>>. by elec
trical pontraetlnc company; experience
not ill 1 1 — n 1 *I'»' """ moot" »alnrv ; K»ar
ant***) InterWl <«n lnv«itm*nl : if net nit-
Isikkl will return money Invested: excel
lent .rw>;-t-« PurtJctilari apply McDon-
M-Vricgjrm <> .. -M Urnndnay.
fiiv>n(Ki rrt^rKitnrn stoi-k for >•'' "
*.'.n per «!«r»; ci»rit-illre.l at nun.ctn-,
money r,f<\t<\ t.i be e-rwndeii In the '"-I
nr*i "of ii rot«r»' engine rnmnarv thor
ou«'ilv .At »r."l by patent*: nothlnjr of Its
kind in »V><% market: «mnl» Me ran be
ne»n at ,».,r o<Tl c «. Mcr>onalJ-'Vlggtns Co..
£&7 liroadwaA.
Crouch &
Fitzgerald
177 Broadway
<SHf* Broadway
7V>.t Sixth Aye.
KAJXBOAD9. "
HEW- JERSEY CiEMTBAL.
TWO-HOUtt -IUAIN TO FHILADKLFBIA
EVEHY UOUK OS THE HOUR.
FOli PHILADELPHIA. Lv. W. 23D ST.:
— U.GI;. 7.50. 8.20. 8.60. 950. 10.50 »!.**
11 50 a m., 12.C0. 1.20, 1.50, 250. 3.50. 4-iO.
♦ 60, 5.60. 6.80, 7.50. 8.50. 11.50 p. m. Sun
days, 7.60. 8.50. 9.50. :f>.so. ll.» a. IJ-,
12 50 150 2.50. 3.50, 4.50. 5.60. 6.50, «.«>.
5.60. 10.20, 11.60 p. m. • „ .„.
Lv. uaERTV 5T.:— 1.30. 6.30. 7.00, X.CO,
8.30. 0.00. 10.00, 11.00. 11.30 a. m.. 12.W
noon. 1.1(0. 1.30. 2.00, 3.00, 4.00. 4.30. 8.00,
e.Oo. 7.00. 8.00, 0.00 p. m.. 12.15 midnight.
AOUB li<Ai.\ TO i\HILAi>KL*"iUA
,-fe.KY HO UK ON THt HOI.R-
I'UlLAl'iaPillA. Lv. W. 2SUST.;
750 h IS). »«.&(>. Mt lO.iO, 11 -<>■
W 12.G0. LA 1 50. 2.50. 300. 4*o.
r.i>, 8.80, 7. 50. 8.50. 11.60 P "». Sun
7.10, 8 50. !>.'•«. ;o.sr>. 11.. 'iU a. m
I 50 2..M' 3 50. 4.50. 5.60. 6.50. 7.M>.
i.^oi 11. 80 p. in. „„,
JBERTT ST.:— l .V>. fi 30. 7 00. «.«>.
I'll 10W. U.UO 11.30 a. m.. 12 r»
.M 1 30. -J.W. 3.00. 4 00. 430 M£
<rt> * 00. I' oo p. ni.. 12.13 mldnisnt.
Sundays. 1.30. 8.00. 00. 10.00. 1100 am..
12.00 noon. 1.00. 2.00. 3.00 4.00, 5.00. COO.
7.0">, SOO 9 00. 10.30 p. m., 12.15 mldnlKht.
FOR BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Lv. XV. 23D 5T. :— 7.50. 9. T0. 11.50 a. m..
l.W>. 3.50. .1 50 6.50 p. m. daily
I.v. I IBERTY 5T.:— 1.30, .110. 10.00 a. m..
12.00 DM 2.00. 4.00. 6.00. 7.00 p. in- daily.
FOR ATLANTIC CITT. Lv. W. 9
fit. • -9.50 a m. « 12 .'.<» sats. only). 3•»
p. m. Sundays. t.BO a. m. 2.20 p. m.
Lv. LIBERTY ST. :— lO 00 a. m.. '„
Pats. only). 3.40 p. m. Sundays, 10.00 a. m..
2.30 p. til. T*tTT*DCT
FOR LAKETVOOD AND LAKEHLR^r-
Lv. W. 231. ST.:-© 30 a. m.. (12.50 Sat*
only). 1.20, 3.20. 3.50, 4.50 (6.20 Sats. only>
p. m. Sunday*. 8.20. 9.50 a. rr. . 220 ■ m.
Lv LIBERTY ST.:— 10.00 a in..
(1.00 Sat*, only). ISO. 3 40 4^ l* s -^ 0 , >«£*
Sate, only) p. m. Sundays. 6.30. 10.00 a. m..
2 TftM tables may be obtained at f? 110 * 1 "?
offices: Liberty St. (West St.™- »JJ
Chelsea). 6 Actor House. 245. «4 J.^
1354 Broadway. « Fifth Ay Ml Fl™
Ay.. 25 Union BflMn West. 2703 Third AT.
105 West 125 th St.. 245 C(dan«oa A>. -
for and chocks tujrgage to destination.
W. G. BESLER. W. C. Hurl
Vlce-Pres. & Gen. MM B r__ Gen. PawTr AE<nt.
"~BALfiMOaE~fc OHIO R. R
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
••Every other hour on the r *»n Mun
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTO^
Direct connections in New Union Station.
Washington, with all Lines South.
Leave New York Daily. 23* St. LK> y-^y -^
WASHINGTON. Sl'p«ni 11.50 prn 1-Wa™
Washington! Diner. " s « am ,nnolrn
WASHINGTON Pin. r. 9.50 am to.no am
WASHINGTON Diner. I]™*™ C,^
Washington! Buffet. J-SJp" 1 ;,^^
"ROYAL LTD." Diner. 3.50 pm <.s£;£
WASHINGTON. Buffet. 6-50 P"> J-9° pm
Through Dally Trains to the West.
CHICAGO. PITT-BURG. ,?»?•" ,2s"™
CHICAGO. COLUMBUS. 11.50 am 12™|nn
riTTSBITRG. CLEVEI/D., 3.50 pm 400 m
■•pitt?iu:rg umiteo." «.sn pm ••"? r» m
CIN..ST.LOUIP.LOUISV.. 11.50 r m !•»> a m
TIN LOUIS LOUISV.. fl..V> am 10-V" am
cl'Ni-.ST.koriSXOUISV:. BLSOpm «.00prn
Offices: 245. 434. 1300 Broadway. 6^A'tor
Houff. 108 Greenwich St.. 25 t -nion uar.
W. 881 Grand ft.. N. V. ; 34* FuUort St..
Brooklyn: West 2?r! St. and Liberty m.
After 6 p. m. rfleepinir » "iaUTg
and full information regarding tr al..-. '. x ±'
ran t>e obtained at Bureau of intormMUem.
V &O. n. R.. 23d Pt. Terminal. Phon»
Number. Chelsea— 31*1.
X V N H. Ar ITARTFORO R. R-
Traini d»p^rt from Grand Central Station.
423 St. and 4th Ay*.. as follows for . ..„
Boston via New i^ndon & r™^-*y™™
•xlllO:O3 A. M- ttlil:Ort. «x!!l :0H ■ •*L*!£ 1
if :.;(») ••'!?>:''- * C 11':00 P. M. : via Wllil
n,ar.t!r-rv«»3 A. "M.. - : °' ,, P - «. : ,, v iS
.^pfd. t9:IS A. 11.. # i)l=:w>. 'ii*: 00 . 'H-OO
iidvilleA-Ncrf.-trS^A. fei2? i iff
ill. Rarrii.ctr.n. rto.kbrl.is-. Lrnox. PttJ
,M_f4:sl. ':'•!!■> A. M. 13:2B P. M.
Ticket offices at cGd. peßt.*St'B ana
cl2BHi St also ,i .245. 120i>. c 1354 R *«>'•
c2S Union Sq.. l>-2 BUI Aye.. c24j <. ol •
Aye.. c5«3 :.th Ay«.. cG43 Mad Aye . cl«^
W 125 th St., ST9B 3d A.. In B"klyn. H
Court St., 470 <strand Aye.. 3SO B'way ;
•Daily. tExceot Sundays. Estops at ISta
fit. zStopa at 125 th St. Sundays only.
JParlor Car Limited. I Has diitlns car.
cl'arlor and Sleeping Car tickets also.
LEHIG9 VALLEY.
Fool of Tf i.'3J A: rortlandt & Deibrosß;3Sts. E.
•Pally. Sunday: aT '■ I'"--:* ci I.ii 1 f». !:' ». is.«j.
■ ' T N.V..A I-- «X. B
BnflUo KTpre««.... I *a 7. W a m *e7.5» > «•
Buffalo-Chicago i., .ri'?s.. •!,*.«>• '(I. >0 a m
.• roromof pre?s. *n5.40 M •xf».«o v a
THKBPFFAI.O T'tATN •::-!•> '* r<l F «
"Tir^tt utlice>: 3. . ».;■; K'/J --■>'■ .i} ■
htok SB «tnm^
TO Mrs. Jotm G tz i> r . of K. B. Arken
burgH, J. Holnei Butler. Mr- J. S. Sun
derlin. Mrs Otto Oreher. L. C. McCtoUan.
Geo. W. Pi cm . Robert Washlngt 'V.. Fan
nie T. Pinney. J H. Maybury, Ann« Good.
Mrs. O. L. Ho!t. n. Stlward J. Rotter. Mrs.
A. Bethlen. Mar - Troy, This. Jcnes, Paul
Schlicht, Mrs. '::..: Martin B.
Fowler, Miss C. Re I. Mrs. M. W. Biter or
Rider, Edward Htlpatrlck cr K. W. Kilpat
rick. m a K. J. B ims Mi». Nellie I .
Kitchle, Wm. 11. Graham, Ida V. Howe.
v.-^v .-^ Ks-.elie Johnson, W. V. Newman. K.
X Jenkins. Mr. ,r Mrs. F. H. Tyler, J. A.
C. (.'handler. Mr M. <rcss. Mrs. G. Rlcard
or Mrs M. l>ee er, Mrs. B. Muriel Iteed.
Mrs. Frank Walker. Mrs. M. B. larre.l.
Alii-e Webb, Dv! •■ Tobacco Co.', Anna uo
lan j .• ; h!ns 1-".. Coleman. Wm. Hayes tr
Bertha Mayne. Robert W. Tcbbs, O. de
Fertetica Mrs. '■! '2 Deaderlclt. Bernard
McDonoocb. Miss G. Luther* Mrs. ■ 1..
Schluter, J. 11. Kobins. Stirling Hlrniin:-.
htm. John Clark, Mrs. M. Hamilton. F. X
IF Merrill. Mi*- J. Brown and %\ m. 11.
Durnburs: You nni »acl> of you are hereby
i:otil.e,l ,:.. ' th- tint* for the payment of
our lien upon tie property hereinafter ti e
«.r:v.,,' liavi-iri expired, afttr dv« UOtlc«
then -f ha.l bf-er. given you. w« w ill cai;s-»
such property. to Wit. Household o»xis.
Personal Effects md Merchandise, gor^ J**
you or in your r.nue in the « Uur.ib a Stor
age Warehouses. t.> be soIJ at publK auc
tion, acceding o th^ statute in su.h case
aOe and provic-vl at So*. 56 and =*W«W*
B7th >t.. on Saturday. March 2Sth. 19 S. •_
10 30 a. ■■■■ an., if the .sa'.e thereof to not
completed on acid date the same will b*
cor<lnu«-d at th- sain»- place on ea^h ami
eTery S Saturday thereafter. betrlnn'ng at
,V ,„ a. m. i:ntl the sale is /^>";| l!< t " d - .
•„;,, ;■ MB \ >R-\«'.E « \KKIIOI 3ES.
New York. Match Bth. 100*- ,
< nvVKTIS^V! F and s-abe -rtptions for
The Vrif.-.i.- received at their Uptown
Office No 13* 1 Broadway, bMwean 36tti
and 37th sts.. until 9 o'clock p. m. Ad
v«,'rti«ementa r- wived at the following
branch offices at regular offi.e rates until
!• o'clock p- m.. viz.: 6th £"*;■
tor Std 81 153 6th aye.. cor. l^th St.: 9-
Ka-^t 14th St.: 1-57 West 4Sd st . between
7th and Bth ayes : 203 West 1 23 th at.; 133.?
;><J aye. hetw.-. :, and 7Tth ,t _: MSI
3d aye. near 61st »!.: 170S Ist aye.. near
»9th »tV: 157 list 1-oth St.: 75i; Tremoni
aye. : «50 3d ay* and any American District
T»:!<-jtrar'ri offlre.
OCEAN STEAMER!*-
DESKS AM) OKFirK FTBMTrnr.
•"I l:x
i: .-: al .
of
price.
T. ii.
PKU.EV
111 Fulton SJ
UKKSSMAKING AND 31XLLINCRY.
Ul t^oMAKEB anJ SEAMSTRESS ii fam
ily by »!ay; will cnt. ••..:.:■• skirts;
references. A. •. Hall. 242 Weal 31th st.
DRESSMAKING.— Artistic dresses ma.if;
Idlest imp rt< ■! Ktyles: fit ..,.-■<.
St"l;eF. 252 West l^th ?t.
CFCBRS TAKEN reduced rates this week;
material accepted: streel cr evening
gowns. Louise. 14^ \V.*t 'Jlst Bt.
EtOAlU* AMi booms.
Sfna;ta lns-rtir.ns 0 cents r r line Six
li»n ... seven times cotis>L-utivrly. $1
which entitles aJvartiass to haws rooms
entered for a r.pr!o<i of f^uit^n ajr» In
The Tribune's L'iiei-tory or . LntbM Rooiua.
\V;i;e for circular.
Full [nfortnntl m concerning Ihesa rooms
may be had. free of charge, at xhf I'piuwi
dilii-p of The 'New-York Trlfcunr. 13C4
HruaJu av. •.•.-. i) ::>;tn and uTtr. tti.
H^l> : r . .-•!•■ WEST.— Modem, attraetrte
boiu>«*: inning watei goo board; rvrinej
Anerican Christian faintly, refrrecces.
i'JTTH H".'.. •■'..: r^rc< third floor
ro-.rn« witii 1»»mi>1; 'references.
liKM>!lhli KtMl'lS to l.r.r
- Insert ns '■ rats i-er Un - i^l»
t»»i; words. Beven tiim>s consecutively, SI.
which «'iit:;lfs advertistr tv have rooms
entered for a -.-'■' fourteen ilajra in
The Tribune Director? of Desirable Hoorus.
Write toi circular.
...._ ,v., . . . ,
-..,':•■ I ; .» i

ZBiTll ST.. l"J EAST D«*ir*Wo rooms
with •■!■ v^ -tfh'. Hi ijrlvat>- bath; bteakfagi
centleuiruj Karrieu couple, r*fenmr«a,
71 :t \\ V: 3l>l«. Couple ill. <•!■. lurr.iahec
....,.- conveniences; business women
bii\at< family: reference: subway. "'L."'
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Are You
Looking for
Board
or
Rooms?
The New-York Tribune's
Information Bureau, at its
Uptown Office, 136^ Broad
way, has on file all the hot
ter class Boarding ll<m>e-i
and Room Houses. FREE
informaiii'ii as feo prices
and localities.
OBT COODS.
FOURTEENTH STREET. West of Fifth Avenue
GREAT SPRING SALE
Offerings Mentioned Below Do
Not Portray a Hundredth ■
Part of
The Special Attractions
Tte Whole Store Is Radiant
with Values of an Extraordinary Kind
— FOR THE FOLLOWING NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORD2P.S— -
'44 ct. Tailor Suiting* ... .27
New Vrrmr Plaids and Checks in brown
and tan tones. also Black and White, in
decided or subdued — some wltn !
color contrasts— 54 Inches wlje.
Limit— ls yards.
1 T9 ct. Black Peau de Seles... .49
Soft Glove finish— rich black— 27 inches
: , -widp — splendid wearing qualities for
Cloaks or \Vaist3 and Women's Capes.
Limit— IS yards.
24 ct. Mottled Linen S::illngs,9K
Azure. Rose, Gunm»tal. Natural and
, Attractive, durable fabrics desirable
for Jumper Dresses and Coat Suits.
I Limit— yards.
jit ct. -whit- Tfijrfra^ . . . 81,8 1 ,
II Ct. Merc"z-d I'iA**** . • -
Great variety of new patterns- in assay
and figure effects— soft finish— very de
sirable for Women's Wal*:». Chlloreii s
i Russian and Junior Dresses, etc.
! Limit— l 2 yards.
58 ct. Pattern Tafcie Cloths . .57 j
Snow White— bein? mercerized. hi-"» »
hiKh satin lustra— new desljms with
handsome border all around— B-4 size. |
Limit—
27 ct. Turkish Towels ... .17
gMMU bleached— heavy, close weave
: -hemmed-a size and price rarely united
1 m towels of such quality, because we,
' bought in extra large quantities to enab.e
I us to sol! at this price.
: Limit — Four.
I 69 ct. Reafiy-Kaie Sheets . .
f ironclad Muslin-SlxOO-for full sixej
b » d9 __ull bl-ached— extra aeep top hem,
—all on- piec«; — no centra seam. I
i Limit— Six.
jS:.SO Biasiets. . . -Tf
-tr^J cr^V^^^^-i
aye—e avc— thorongkly sr«d in evtr> wa_. j
Limit— Thr€«.
i 1? ct. ZZT Things ... .12
I -.. inches tride— assorted^ stnr «• j
I ' " ' jjUatt— M yards. >
! to ct. ic-et Rmeti • • ■ 5 V
, Uai lo yards.
19 ct. 5^ s ' c Curtsinmzs . . .12 j
; -^in-h "ruffle with Keniissance ed«
'Jn"'in Sertirs-mak.S ertirs-mak.- dainty ana dnxaUe
Curtains
jr.::j $r.:: $& Art s^^rss... ; 3.2? !
i =___. yards— Best Wool Ingrain— Reversible ;
[ -;-6v«.n of line, clean yarn-clo^. he »> :
' weave— colorings of pure table d.tv
! 1!.1,y to haSe-ttej maie W*^
dinir.s room or sleeptag room russ and;
at this price are a ~lse investment.
Un'.it— One.
Not promised alter To day. i
i 98 ct. Cotton MtiCrt« M
! _..» inches wide— medicated an.i sanitary
j to varii j'i<"C'% _, ,
: 2*-tncb— B»W Jt-10...... --v;-" •" •
Limit— One piece •» ■ wid.h.
ReMissance Scarfs 98
•T>x.->4: all • SO-inch squares— Union t-in^n :
i centres, with d-ep. handmade border*— '
I r.rw cood*— b*»« jattems.
Limit— Two.
| 29 ct. SUMpcd Scarfs 15
w httfl iiomie Linen— .-■■■ oP«n
\
! pretty floral designs. Same-^l^X©—
I worth .39 : ■li
Limit— Two ■» ■ size.
i
1 Tcilet Article Specials
j Open-tack Antiseptic Tooth Brushes-
rrf-nct. n-.anufa.-tuie-pure bristles—
I regularly la to =D eta •1U
Uir.il— Tferc.
! .-etluloid Half Bntshes — assorted;
colon*— l 2 rows pure bristles— -, . |
SSSS, fS-tSs: ■'•■•- ■*
! Koticn Specials
' T\-hite Ocean Shell Fcnri Button*— plain
n,h -Vvcd and carvcl-s.lf *tonfe or
- and 4 h./le— va'w g to 13 et. *s«.. *1
Limii— " cares.
Chiffon Collar Forms— whit* and black— !
'•• to «3«« 3 « tacnea fclgJ*— tne new
hi-;-, -oint. with double supports— |
«i^s i-s to I.V-saiue 7 ct .-• o,
limit— Tbree.
White Ron Tase --• ' n '__»— „ .
Ul jic'3-'a!u.- :> eta -+
Limit -a plecea.
$1.2? Dinner Enives M
i •"Joivt steel bony, ebony an>l eocobola|
l"iti.it«s r~ -above price is for set «>f si* ;
kui-.ts oiid mx forks.
Limit— One s»t.
$1. Table Spoons
v Ked; Porks—. '^ --- 8 "^
Rok«t3 Silver riate~-AV ancf AI cra-i"S;
— polished or Frou-h Kray han.i>s. tn .
plain, tnad. grape kiki r.-roll .i^ien*— ,
this off*"riTic will b* better ai<vreciated|
when Eoods ar<- ?*en. :
Limit— One IVzen.
I
2? ct. Val. Laces— iz. yds .1 1
Kdrlncs an i tnsertinss in •**■ '•"*■■"£} '?f? f j
newest patterns, for trimming Lingerie
j and .lumper Draaai *. Underwear. Yokes.
Sleeves, etc
Man 3 pieces.
IS ct. While Merles ... 8 ! 3 j
3 to « Inch K«iKir.Ks ■'■■' In^rt*— Naln-j
•nok nnd Swiss, with wMe Ejrtfet. Horal ;
and blind effects, in varied assortment. •
Limit— M yards. ;
21 a. Hew Silk Ribbons 14
4', to si inch extra quality Plain
and *a:in Tarteta?— in the fashionable,
tints '.r Sirinjc an.i Summer, also black
nni white.
Limit— lo yard*. i
Beautiful Chiffon Novelties { .jl
White and ttntf«t grounds with small or m^«l!iitn figures — j • i*'
worth .20 i
These fabrics are so lovely In designs, ■ •■ ■;• -»r.d quality that we can
not expect you to realize the beauty and «aiM you can obtain f*r 12S
cents— so dent Ju<Jge by price, but cut out thts advfTf.-iement and >ITI#
ar.d tee the foods!
Special Value in
Cord Emb'd Flannels
pink. Rtue. P.lack. Navy- fine tw»H—
»tnbd with Jllk Of ****** or self ,
»halo»— cut out scallop or hemstltcteu —
ntake luxurious Room r.owns and
un ,). >„.!(•!•• for rn.l«-r»klrt» and
Children's Coats and Presses.
Special 93 cents
Worth $1.50
Whit* Kr.ib d Kiann#'.». 17 *_ c CO
Fully a thousand it>le» ••** lv * 7 °
DST GOOM.
Women's $8.58 Jackets 4.r%
-".;*■• Cutaway or «trV.*St frost mr<{»_«
In tan covert and .<---,
Btte<l and s«nl-fltte4 ba*'<— gjr frost or
buttoned through — nan<l*m»r/ ta"o^»il.
with lapped seams— satla or liaMsl M^
Uned-all sizes.
Limit— On*.
Women's $1.2? Dress Hats . .b7
\ Chip. Milan. Hair a.-4 Jtong.h -»».,
Straw Braids— B'.a-k. Burr,*. Brawn.
Nary— New Lena; Side T!1'«<1 I-«r«»
Prairie Pallors and fashionable Warktn>
Ha .< and — Specially >e>_tiMt
Usntt — Two.
49 ct. Rowers ' .29
Tea. American Beauty an-1 Jun» nnm
In clustirs of six or eight tmaS cr &«•
lar^e. w-lth foliage — New Spnnjt -ulaia
attracilve garnitures at small outlajr.
— Three.
$1-58 SS? ?etticcats - I.U
Lustroui" quality — Black Street anil Er»n
tntr sha^m includine Tan. Lt. Bine.
Violet. Pinlc. etc. — de»p. tand3O!n»!y tai
lor-1 flounces with shirrin^s %n4 kclol
Limit— One.
Women's $1.24 Wrappers . 39
Dainty Summer Lawns, prettily trteEM
with braid and «houH»r caps — extra fx3
— pleated back— d<-»p flounce.
Limit— Two.
Women's 59 c:. drawers... J4
■Nainsook and Canibr-.c— soft and ana
wide ruffles of err.by ar. i ten fJc'*» In
clusters or with wide Clucy lace «dat
and ■ IffJsMP
Limit — Three.
$2.4? LiL^erie Waists I^9
Uncommon !y beautiful and elaborata 4e
sigriis—dtep yokes with bo>::ce ir.ni ta
pan. 1 or r.tber elcswut eff rets — com&tn*
tinu3 of Val. and Filet U-cts or Vi^
la.-es. emby an-1 medallions — all sues.
Limit— Two.
Kisses' $1 1.98 Tiilcrei Suits 5.58
Nptv Spring checks and »tr;r*s— tlto
piai-.i c'j.'oreii sßsaa — faaMonaWe
• ".>ar«. with square or pointed fronts —
•iouble ar.l »i::sl-^ bre»it — notcM collar*.
vith contnistin* siiii and bra;.' inlay or
whit* pSiu^ pip:r.c — satin lined— newest
mode! pleated start — male by first c!lii
tailors— lt and 1»> year*.
Limit— One.
3D7S' $<- and $5 Reefers 2.1?
Xe-w SfpTim Ite^fers and Top Coats —
full or thre^-uuartcr length — —*
Olive Coverts. Wnipcord* tiolf Rrd and
Fancy •'."beviots ar.d >avy Series— self
or velvet roCaxa — witli ana wtttout
aZeere enblems — ivon.' or fanry butca*.
Reefers -'; to 1"> yrs.
Top Coata to IS jts.
Limit — T» o.
Beys' 49 :-: 59 ct.
Ne&Hjjee S>irts J9
Natty Spring f.inci'-3 in Madras ancf Per
cale — all rotors — stxijies. rtjur^s. dotx
checks— laundered— attaciei or .•tactoej
cuffs — sizes 12 to 14.
Limit— TSree.
Boys' Galf and Eton Ca?s... .17
Brown. Orac," and Fan-v Mixtures — ais*
Xavy <«>r_res ar..l ti.>lf K-d Chertotl azi
Cover: Clothe— ail s:^^«.
Limit — Thr-.e.
[ Wren's 29 ct. Tracers... .IT
----- but soft nnaMn — mVj . '•
an>i fi-.s tucto— well mad? -I So M >r».
Limit— SU.
Babies* $2.3? 3:!k Boizets. .67
i 'hartninsr fTarc* ana tar^oa*-k "ares —
daintiest «"frects -nith ruf!"* 1 rH-tor:, ani
teccs. tuck.", roiebuils an^i biv»s — white
oc!y — stzca to r. jrs.
Limit — Trvo.
Wenen'S 29 ct. Vests 15
. Ribbe^l Lisle— <TocSe» Xe-jk sjnd aanji -
KiLbon rua — all sizes
Limii— Ti-.rt^.
Women's I Ct r.:-/:i'fs ... >
.Ml Liner. — '.-in.h tr-m— ll<» s<:Mb>
kinds of which you can oarer fca-.e too
Dae)-.
Limit— One dazsn.
$:.?8 to $2.^-9 Nec£"vj2r... ."3
Yf>kes and Chemtoett— TTbrta. «rr?ax
and Cera — Point «ie «;az-. I'Ut v^is*
er R.ibv Jrisli in datont dr-stim.-'-cis
harJiy be uetec-oii t:«n: !.^n.i-nia^e iaoo.
Limit— Two.
58 ct am ■ - Veils J»
H!a.-k. Prown .<ni ;*«*-Unz shades — Do*.
• 'lover* aii.l ether pa:terr.9. aarrow or
w ide oorilers.
Limit— Two.
eg f>» Leather «,-rc •»
Rfenrk Moir<» and Leather ias»T I »**
■_• firtinK^ — strong leather hand.** —
rrrcted f^.nse'*. Kilt, scan metal 821* 3
or con ereii.
Limit— One.
34m 1 25. c:. Coms3 •»*
Rack in.l MM* itwrtba — rr-.e!'.. And* »a*
"»»rl „ra. — Carved Knot jc l^np|7
styles, also Ucse and Antique Mount
ings, with and without jewels.
Limit— TSree.
$1.39 Umbrellas— a?* 2Sin. &
Pas- Black Zr.nA* Cloth tape "y^
Paragon Frames — Natiira!. Fancy. r«-^
and ilerman Sirves HandUv: ■•«« of -_,
handle* alone ar^ ■north T.*» ""*"".
is ir.cr» than our price for :he cocip.*l
umbrella.
Limit — Our.
Men's $1.00 S£ Ties JJ
All the leadinst Sprin* shad-*. * c!o *jjJ
«re-rts. raspberry, etc: a» M -;J%,
Black -the most popular and »?- ~1l
Neckties— A lea^lini: (urp.ishi.ns iOLm
»el\s them at 1 1 •"**■
Umli- Three.
24 c*. Cati!iet Stationery. -i J
3,, Sheet* and .V» Ettrefc>_)e»-SU* Ota*
—White. Cray. Blue and Violet.
Limit— Ore t_"ablnet.
Special CSerisjT
of
Babies' anl Ciiiirea's «-«■
rSECOXDiT— Therefore :—
Part Wool— I * .3*
r«»inilarly .30 and <» »
Part m All \V.x.t- I .4/
r»»u!»r:> .TO and >•'.> I '
Imperfections, very slight fO"*
s.i>t of but an ißsignitit -a : ' stress,
spot or weave slip. . I■■ froaJ j
infancy to li years

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