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I SOROStS STARTS THE YEAR. K CLEVER XT031EN TTCL1J HOW TO HAX- R, UOil X.K 1I031R '. Dlflerenre of Opinion Develops ns !o H Whether' the MomeOlnktno Instlni 1 Mf Stronger In Mnn orWomnn NIceThlnaa Jjfe bnlil for Knch Hide on Thle Question. fgL Soroili mis In holdlay, l.umnr yctorday. Wgft Everybody whs wUhlnir evorybody clso a Imp SB pr New Yenr nnrt oxchniiRlnc compliments W eencrrilly. Th literary discussion took place JE,' ah usual In tho Astor tcallery of tlio W'aldorf ffl Astorlai nnd. ns befitted the day, evory Horo KL, sifter present had on lior best bib nnd luckor. ' Ct lire. I)lmles T. H. Donison presided, ni.d. m thanks to Mrs. Jacob Hess, Chairman of the j ft; Committee on nntcrtnlnmcnt, there wasndl i Sg verting prefneeof souus nnd a recitation, . 5trs. Denlson, In extending a New Year's ijf greeting to the suests and ntom hers, xald . IjK' "The year lust closed has been a history Mr' mutdnfc year; perhaps no other has boon more 13; o elnco 1770. Wo are assuming now and fK srnVo responsibilities, which tho sod ot war ;W- appears to Iirvo oponed to us Wo havn a Hf practical missionary work beforo us not sup W& ported bv nny croed or church, but by the 'fljk whole Amorlcan people, ond that work Is that Hw the Amorlcan Has shall be upheld and honored HK by the whnlo world." Wj: In rending tho names of prominent cuests vt? proicnt the 1'reBidont called that of Dr. Anita fife. Kowcomho McGee. who, eho announced, was KG tho only woman holding n coinmlssjon In tho f- United Ktatos Army Sho nskod Dr. MoQoe to lp" stand up so that all might havq a look at hor, Iwr Dr. McOee Is a small woman and sho occupied im a, chair well toward the rear of the room. Ij 'When sho nroso those in front who did not ! siand up on their tiptoes cllmbod up on their j" chairs, a very'datinorous pioucodlnc, since ths rfc choirs wore splndle-Iessed frail llttls affairs. K . while many of those who mounted thom were S not. S. The Committee on House and Home, of g which Mrs. Margaret Hush Dean Is Chairman, E1 had charaefcf thodlcusslon, Thlscominlttoe fj presents about tha same subject on tho first jb Monday ot every January as rseulnrly as the jp new ear rolls around, josterdny It was "Do ft? ' organized methods benefit the homo?" But what's In ii mero subject? It's an elastic thine at best, and tho ono yesterday was W stretched ery fnr boond Its original tov.1. In E presontlnc It Mrs. Doin said that ths moral K basis of thu greatest nation Is In Its homos t "Tlio quebtloii.li. What aro wo doing to shapo F these homes" she continued. "Sometimes 1 K nm forced to think that with our ulubs and I J leagues we aro lysine our Individual responsl- I: bllltv. And In our charities I feel thut wo ate e substituting checks for human sunnathy. 1 j do not mesn to undenaluo organized charity: charltnble Institutions do operand work, but i they hare not timo to no into tho homes of the 5 roor who need other thing than money." Mr. William O. Shallor 1'resldent of tho E Household l.conoinlcH Association, was tha E flrsUspeaker. Her topic was the apullcatlon of fi system In the homo. Her mobt startling dec- IB laratlon was that housowork reiiulres more l muscle and brain than nny other work in the t world Among other things. Mrs. Mini or said. ' "It was onlv utter rears of hard, earnest effort f on tho nnrt ot a few women that the labor of ' homo Is called a new science. Instinct nnd rrovidenco no longer do duty for knowledge i and system in the home Nor were there much I science and system when flow Seward wrote to n friend that his wlfo would be woll were sliu not kept In such constant turmoil by the sei- f, ant clrl. First, I would n'k, what has or- Icanlzntlon done Tor women' 1 say. look around horOslsZanswers thnt question, for , borosis means a broader minded womanhood: 1 apply that to our hornet." Alter drawing two pictures, one of n home run without system and the other of a home where law and order Piail, Mrs. bhaller said, "due thing ouinust remember in tho application of sstem in the home, and that Is that housework brings Into play a wider nmgo s of muscle and brain when properly done tlnn anyotnei work. It Is u magnillcent educa tion lnb ihcn it is done, .is it is too often done, without system is this not truo. 8loen llness forgitfulnes, caielespnes are all signs of mental weakliest. To nppl system in the home re'iuires judgmont. quickness nnd ac curacy." Mr. Alma Caldor Johnston'- theme wn the deelopment of the home maker. "In all my acquaintance with boiosls." she began C "and It. has extendea,oer twenty years. If Jf thore is anything that Rorosis delights In moie j than discussing a luncheon It ts In arguing V- axioms Wo take a self-evident truth and n(m Sr our shafts of wit, wisdom and philosophy at 9p tho centre of tho question Ve been cixou Xle minutes In which to tell all nbout;the de- e1opmentof tho homo maker. I am sup- Ised ts becin with natural history and am Kf slo supposed to give a complete synopsis of M, the human home nnd to show iou Its Influence K on the indlNidual. The female ie the home " maker, ns you all know. A man will tako an m elabornlo npartment nnd I educe 11 ton den, E- whilo a woman will taka n back lull bedroom m" or an attic room nnd make a homo of it. After St. this I am expected to show you how u homo m? develops the inalvidual This. I presume, all I comes of my hobby, which Is to dovelop little il, home makers. By tho way, I was introduced wp as the originator of the little mothers I am , always Introduced that way nnd Iwnnttosnv Jk tliat thst Is a travesty on me I never would p have originated anything so bad." II .Mrs. hxederick Nathan. President of the fflj Consumers' League, talked about the .homes g of the working people. "I presume." sho said. fc "that all present will agree with the poet's ldsi Bf that home is the resort of love, peace, joy and E, plenty, with cultured and polished friends jfS mingled Into this. Alasl this is a mockery to B; jfeott working people It Is a notorious fact . that many so-called homei of wage eiirnPis are unfit for habitation. These people nro , obliged not only to eat, sleep nnd live. If one tf can call such existence living, in thesamo 8' rooms, but are required to do factory work in K them Ilents are nigh, nnd a family 'ivlng in -IL ptieh a manner frcciuentlv taLes boarders. jS- iVherever workers are too weak to have organ- K ized methods, there the Ccnsumers' League ,H llnds the worst swent-shop conditions. Clill- K dren who should be in the open nlrall day aio . ronitiellod to work fiom morning until night Sf and hear the whir of tho evlng maihiuo even fc In their sleen Tho women of the household p are compelled to neglect tholr simplest boue- m hold duties Tell me in all klndnes what kind J of a home thnt Is. Is.lt any wonder thnt the '". men of such homes seek diversion nt theeor- ner saloon? iet sweat-shop workers aro sel- i? M dom drunkaids , "If women oy organized methods would pro- jk- test against the outraucs which lend to siu.h K conditions, many homes wjuld be bonolltcd. m not only those of tho producers, but thOf of fc the consumers ns well, llofore closing I want Vt' to call your attention to one other way by or- wR sanl7ed methods thnt women enn make many ft ' homes happier, there Is employed by ovety mk white-list store an arms of delivery clerks Wr 'If women refused to take goods after 5 K o clock, merchants would sco flint they were jfc delivered earlier Thesn dellveri clerks do J not work In shifts, nnd they havo told me with y tears In their ejes that thov rarely get nchanco Ik to spend an evening nt home On the back doors of every shop wo soo notices potedthat no goods from wholesale housos will ha iu I celved after r o'clock That Is because tbi V heads ot departments want to go home 1 he delivery clerks am also home-loving men If we enable them to rto so when sitting mound rfur own hnppy fliesldos. we shall have tho comforting thought thnt wo are nut k-fplng other womon's husbands nnd nthor children's fathers nway from their firesides to supjily our wants " I'rora tho way this sentiment was applaud ed It would soem thoro was not a woinnn pres ent vvho would d renin of receiving goods deliv ered nfter t) o'clock. "The Values of Tlmo" was Mrs. Miriam Mason Oieoley'stMemo. Hhelsnld. "J'hovnluesof time are length nnd concentiatlon. The dsnatulo force of our own personal!! v Idetermlues the v ,il ues of tlmo fnr oach Inulvldual.whctherwe per mit the passing hour to leprcsent the uro of Idleness or raise It to til nth poiv-or of nobln activity. Tho koynote of this golden ago of hours Is a ferocious i oujinou sense, and to use every moment of tlmo to its highest purpoxe Is to grasp tho grand secret of uppliing judg ment, power ind oiuortunlty In their niugnlll cent potentialities Browning, in his cleat In sight, said that whether our cup of llfo he of gold or of pewter. It it boa pint cup it will hold but tho pint measure. In these wonderful davs of our closing century, with Its skilful de vices for tlmo saving in practical mature, let us exchange the limited pint for a more rowil measure and bo rendi to 1111 each waking moment with Its richest vuluo nnd achieve ment." Mrs. Jennie dn la M Loler gave n sum mary of the other speeches "I'm so pleased to note thut oui dlt-cuseions in Horosisruaon two lines so often.' sne commenced, "organ (ration and Individualism It is well that we should consider those two subjoctB, for tho truth lies In the golden mean I llnd organ ization absolutely otsuntlal to tho dovelopmont , of the Individual Wliut l it that makes us ' no ni It Is the current thought of our time Organisation Is forming tho atmosphere, tlio lines ot the least resistance on which wo mount higher nndMilghor 1 think housekeeping Is a continual admstineut of ovor changing rela , tlons; it Is tho art of picking up Homo one has said thut man's work Is from sun to sun, while woman's work Is uoverdoue. That's be cause woman has never been systematic s . Gail Hamilton said, woman Is alwass hump- .', I ered l petty economic habits hen man m wants a pall to put Hnie;in. lie takes n null, re- m: cardless of tlio fact Mutt the llmo may at it up, X while woman wears herself out seamhlug lor m an old box to nut her llmo In jfc "The second speaker noke of the homo- E making talent belonging to women Men M roave thatnstlnct ns well ns women, und some " lieu are more ordurlrlthnu most women, and J ' ' " women might learn ft lot from them. "Women are cleanly, but they nre not always i orderly. It Is said that men will poko things In a cor ner to tidy up the general appearand of a room, Mavbo o, but I think the combination of order nnd cleanliness n good one' , , Touching f he homes of the poor.Mrs. Ix)7ler remarked! "1 think tho mlcrobo Is tho greaU est blessing of the generation.-. Tho livelier tho bettor. Wo nre nil so solflsli that wo enn only bo reached In that way. I'm glad we vo bcon thoroughly, frlghtened.nnd we ought to do more nnd more." , sirs Hester M. Poole, Mrs. Mnrgnretltdyen hill. Mrs. Nathan. Mrs. Ellen A. Illehardson nnd Dr. McUeo took part In the general dismission. tin. scitiir.MKWs XAttnorr vncAre. rjnconiclnut In n Itooin vtIIIi n Lighted Oas Htove and Kscnplng Gas. CharlosSchmolser, Postmastor at Slapleton, Btntcn Island, hnd a narrow escano from death by II ro or usphyxlatlou on Sunday night. He lives nt Wright and Water streets, Stapleton. On retiring on Hundny night ho light cd asm&ll gas stove In his room, tho gas being supplied from u gas jet In tho room through a rubber tubo He Is Bccustomcd to rlso at tJ o clock In tho morning, and when Ills mother did not henr him moving about the room at that hour yes terday morning sho went to look for him. Hho knocked, but thoro was no rosponso. . She thou tried the door and found It locked. Becoming alarmed, sho ran next door nnd suiumonod Adolph J.letihardt. the assistant Postmastor. Ho went for Polloo Captain Blnke. nnd together thov brolto In tho door nnd found the Postmaster lu his nlghtclothes lying on tho bod unconsnlous. Tho nlr of the room was hoavlly laden with gas. Drs 1". Mcolitold nnd J. J. O'Don were sum moned and worked with him until 4 o clock In tho afternoon, when ho first regained con sciousness. When Llenhardt and Capt. Ulako entered the.room tho stove was burning, but thoro was a small silt In the rubber tubing where It joined the stove, and tho gas had es caped through this. Besides poisoning Mr. Sclimelsor. tho gas was llablo nt any moment to take lire nnd to blow up the houao. The doctor say that Mr. Bchmeleer will be around again In it few days. MAltlXE INTET.I.IQENCE. UlNIATVnE ALMANAC TnlS DAT. SunriiM ... 724Bunaeta 4401 Moonrlseill 3 niOU WATFH THIS DAT. Sindynook.il 08 Oor.IiVd.l 140 I Hell GiU 1 33 Arrlv eil MoscATt .Tan, 2. Rn GacoRnf, Simon, nam Deo. 34. H Albann, Koch. Iiamburj. Ra TtotUrclAtn, Voece. HotterdAtn. R Tiireric. Thompaou. I'am . BuStntlionl Mcliityre Plitlsilflphls, Sa Manhattan, llennrtt, Portland. Ha Herman Winter, Nkknraon, Uoston. St rortla. Farrell, Halifax. For later arrlv ala aee First Pass AnniVED OUT. 8a Friealand, from Jtew York, at Antwerp. BAtLrn rnoit ronsinv ronT. Sa St. Paul, from Southampton for New York. SAILED TROM DOMFST1C PORTS. 5s Iroquois, from Jackaonville for New York. S Chalmetle, from New Orleans for Now York. OUTGorso STBAMamrs. Sail To Dau, MaittClote. VettelSaxli. Salter WllhelmderOroaae, Bremen . . . 13 00 M 3 00PM Advance. Colon . ., la 00 M 2 00 1' M Aleonquln. Charleston a 00 1 M El Dorado, New Or leant .. SWF M ,ail To-ilorrcw rarls, Southampton... .700AM 10 00 A 11 Fusrst nismarck, Naplca.. BOO A M 11 00 A M Westrmland, Antwerp. ,.I0ao A 11 J2O0M llrltannic. Lireniool.. .IMiOAM 1200M Vlellaurla, liavana . , liMPJI sool'M Athoe. naytl . 10 00AM 1200M Andes, llartl . 10 00 AM 12 00 M Alamo, Oalveston. . JOOPM Madlana, St. Thomas ....1330PM 0 00 P M Aiit Thursday, Jan 5. Ormlston. Glasgow Oranje Nassau. Itnytl in no A M inop M Oa'lleo. Pernamlmco 2 on M 2 OO 1 M Bell mdrn.La Plata 1200 M 2 00PM Senera, Nassau . . 1 00 P M lUXIPM Anlanrose .lumalra . 1 00 P M a oo V II Dominic. Para -J 00 P it 4 00PM INCOMING STKAMSnirS, Dm Ta-lHy. Camperdown Avonmouth Pec a Orsieniore Gibraltar. I)ecl2 Federation HamlmrK Ilcc in ' GnHivr Amsterdam 1'ec iu , I.UndstlCltr Swansea Deo in I ElMtr hew Orleans Dec 25 Ilekla Cbrlatlansand Dec 17 Croma Dundee Dec17 Indralema Gibraltar Deol7 nritlsliKIng Antwerp Deo 17 Clnden Amsterdam Dec 17 Auranla . Liverpool Dec 24 Chleaeo Hull DeclS Tstania Glasffow Dee 17 Victoria Gibraltar Deo 10 Buenaventura ... . New Orleans. .... . Dec 27 Noordland Antwerp Dec 24 Nomadic Liverpool Dee 24 Ardandearg Gibraltar Deo 20 Knickerbocker NewOrleina Dec 28 City of Augusta Savannah Dec SI Carib . . Jacksonville Dec .10 Due Wednesday, Jan, . Majestic Liverpool Dec 20 Boston City Swansea Dec 21 Auretta Gibraltar. Deo 21 hentlcern Shields Dec 20 Iroquois Jacksonville ..Jan 1 Duf Thursday, Jan. 6, Trave Bremen Dec 27 Gera Bremen Dc 24 Scotia Antwerp Dec32 Hildebrnnd Para Deo 24 Chalmttte NewOrleans Dec 31 Due Vnfiti, Jan. iS. Francisco... . Hull , Dec 28 Excelsior NewOrleans Dec si Finance . Colon Dec 30 Due Saturday, Jan 7. St Paul Southampton Jan 1 fimbria . Liverpool Dec 31 JereeyClty . Swansea Dec 24 Trojanrrince Gibraltar Dec 24 Due Sunday, Jan 8. LaChampacne Havre Dec 11 Montculni . London Dec 2r, Itupirra ulbriltar Deo J 4 Uliomhlll. . London Dec 2ft Court Calendars Tills Dny. Appellate Division Supremo Court Nns, S, i, 10, 12 11, lr.. Id. 17. IS. IU, 20, 21, 2J, U. 21. Supreme Couit Special Term. Part I. Motion calcndarcalled at to BOA M. Part II Court opens nt 10.30 A MF.x parte inattei-n. Part III. Mo ll ns Demurrers No XVI, SS2. 811, DOl, 1102, I'DI, f!04, MO'i, Mill, IM17, UOS. IIOII, H10, HI 1, 1112, 111.1, HI I, liir.. till) IU7, Ills, Hill, UiO Pnferred causes Nob llsr,, 2JW0. IDS, J2.IH, I74S. 24B2. Part IV. Ijw and fmt-Nos 11411, 1417, S41. B21, 144, 1474 17IW. 13CII, Sfl2, 1440. J4r,0, 147H, 4trS. Part V. Cases from Pait IV. part V I. Motions from Parti Part VII nevaledlt It. casts. Trial Term Part II Preferred ausea Nob. sn4, 7521,74ir, ri4(lll. il"ri4, 7440, 2r,1, 74M. OI2 (10.14. HOIS. (,u37,iim4. (isnii. 7n21. Part III. Nos. an, sell, .1(171'. 21BS, 1571, Jl2. 21117, 3KSS. 30111, .10411, 21(12, isr.l, 222S, .1114, 8140, Sir,. I, .11X7, 24IK), .I'lHJ 7-15, ,1178 317N, 2I3H, 271IP, 1.112. J417, 214H, 8S14. JS01. 2S0I1. 8(U, 2S4S .1001 Part IV.-l'ates from Part III. Part Cft(.eH from Part III. Part V I. Cases from Part III lart 1I Nos .141.1. .1124. sriid, IM17. .ir. 11,3(1411, .17 III, :i;4il,214r,,.H43, 2.141. I7iA1J04, 3380, 3S r., HON, .1S7II, nsss, .IH02, 10J. 2K(I0, JS7II, 2SHH, 1(1(2. 27(17. 11(01, ,14r,(, IMIH lr.J 12!11, .14W,. :ii2H'c Tart Mil Cisia f roii Pait II Part 1 (VtH Iron PmtMI I'art Cases frimi Pait MI. PirtXI -Chscs from Part Ml Part XII Oasc fnm Part II SurroKate s Court Cliainbers Motion calendar (ailed at 10 30 A M. For probate- Wills of Kimna S Sptar. Maruarit Diliiliam. I ina M Hupfeld Man dalena Vt angler, P'rederli k Kalkof, ut jiimii A U; Vanraret F. Shortill. at 1 1 A. M , IdaF l'riser, ,Mor ittnli I.tvliiKtton at 2 P. M 1 rial 1 enn No day lalendar VH Court Special Term Court opens at ID A M, Motions at III 10 A. M 1rl.il lerm-Ia't I Nos. Jr74 HI. 114. (120, iiikii, 2(li "., 4(, I'xio, 17SI, 1715, 1UI2, 1M40, 1710, ('02'. IH7.1. 1M7(I, 1H77, 1S78. 1S7II, 1411, M2, (11(11. 11(011 IUI2 I7.17 (IJIIO, 2(11, 1(144. (UOri. I1J1. Part Il-Nis. 11114, nisi), 1UI.2. CO, 12 U. 17S2. 17H.I 1SII7, 17-T., ll-4, JOOO, 1717, 1IIKI, KI8".. 2140, JOJH 1.40(1. i:i(7, 1 HHU, 1117a, 1177. I.'UII, R.I2U, 1222, I2SII 17.10, S !., Ismi. 12 II, 121(1, Ulli Pait III. Nos 2200, JHfll, 1KH2. lsr, 1(171, 14(111. r.(IU. 1(1111, 142.1, 24M. (121. 1.110. HIIH, 147, 2HJS. 7K1 KlH, U2v, 717, 12KII, 12HN. IJII, 14HB,,1.I4, U'OO, 1(11)11, 1 111(1, 1 lit 5. IHJI, K.m. Part I Short causes Vo. d4So, (1177, (14 IU, 0221,113311, Hill 44211,11(11.,711,51811, nisi, .l571,4440,,lU12,r,UI6 f.Hll7, f,H70, 4M54,ri2uri, 1174 1 , (1,142, B J.18, RtUft, r.lisl , (IJ JO, (1 1 1 1 , BJ47, (U4R, 124H, I8ho,(I.,Mh,.su:,(MiIH,i110 4, (1007, (HII4, HJ74, 114411, IIH72, 474, 11174. .14110. (IIS1, fi1S7 fclUity (tses Nos 2HS, 10S, 28U, S85,.IOi, 304, 307, 2U8, 21)4,2111), 108. T.lve Stork Slnrket. Nrw YonK, Monday. Jan. J, Iteinlpta of beeves for tnodu)8 were 3,707 head, including JS tars for the market. Steers were lu virj moderate supply and f.alOe lliitlier. bulls steady, dry cows steady to a shade higher The jards were cleared promptly of all isrlr arrivals Hu iars were backatalate hour OrdluaiT to ifood nativd eteei b sold at 4 nr, '4 u 25 V loo 11.-., men and states at I Ki'44.7-r.. bulls at $2 71.KI0, dry ion at t2.tni)t3,7A, and atewiholte fat do at 14 114S4.25. Dressed beef slow but nteaily, Llvirpool mid Iaiiidon eablia (iiinted An. email strtrs una at 10hiaim,c, X in., dr-sed weiiiht, live h(ep rilling at IOV!c, dusted ndulit. refrigerator lieefanMc. rl to, F,i j.i.r m none to morrow, H50 bieves and f,,500 ipiai--tcisnf be,f lleteiptsnf calves for two days were (it 5 head, in rliiilliu: -s illrtct, Clfolie vimls wrrn a trirlo tinu, 1 titer grades in modorati denund and easy, bsrn yard (-alvea dull and lower without a clearance, Poor to choice veals sold at 4(4H r,0rl ion Sis, baru)4id calves at $.1C49l 50, a ( ar of Southern lalvesatsa 25 City dressed veals lu moderate re quest nt H4 12c V'. IU celplH of sheep and lambs were S.14H l.en.l, in 1 linliug (I cars direi t, and, with the stale stock, there Heio 41 (arson salo Shi ep neie In modi rate sup nil and a lilllo (Inner, IiiuiIh Mini btn.ly to inc. lowi r. ilosingdiiU nith M (aiv unsold (Otniuou to dioi o eliecp sold at -' Mi's 1 4 51) V 111,1 it.s.i ordl nary toiholre lambs at ifi5 jr., rnlla"at 4.Bn, Dressed mill lull slow at 5 47c r".l dressed jambs at 7kiDc ' llcielptaof hogs for two dat wered.848 head, and about 2 ears were 011 sale. Feeling firm and ordinary to prime hogs were quoted at JJ.7E.OJ4 (I 100 tts. t jlltt lOWHSl WMSIMSlli'M lriSSW in 11 H liiaslaSI. I' ISMim J.1S.W 1 1 ' BBiaaaaaaaaaaV V bsObMbbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbV l9aT 1899 opens nuspiaously ; .we lenrn that our clothinp; is im possible to burn the Fire De partment was again called out to stop the blaze started in our store Dec. 4th now in comes a man with the remark that he guesses " he'll buy a new over coat, though the one he bought of us in '87 he can't wear out." Overcoats that were spared from that fire and made from the iron-like, unwearoutable kerseys, $18 some were double and more. Young men's sizes, $15. Rooms, Px:et fc Co. Leonard and Broadway. Prince and Broadway. Thlrtv second and Broadway Yjjfc plVlNTT5"FllnEfURNITURE Strangers in the city nro invited to our vvarerooms, where thoy enn sec, be sides a creut variety of our original artistic designs, coplos of famous An tiquo pieoes well worth a visit, as each ono bears a plainly marked tnir. Just now some very handsomo articles, that wore finished too lnte for Christmas, are marked fnr below thir value ; also all tho odds and endB that served as samples are now reduced even below factory prices. BUY OFTHg MAKEK" Geo. C.Flijmt'Co. 43. 45 and 47WCST23TST NEAR BROADWAY. factory: 1 54 AND 156 WEST l9?STREtt l Blue Label gB I we say they're" ' S j ? "The Finest Yet" ) t try them and c S you'll say the same c S at grocers. S Curtice BBoTnnu Co , ( ISoenrsTcn, Jf. Y. Hond's rS,i.10-i. first B00thes,and ? BXlrdCl then permanently J3l cures itching or 5 Ointment 2SS-Sji ISsSaal - vere. It is a ' spocifjo in nil skin diseases, and gives i 1 1 quick relief in burns and bruises. ji Testimonials from all classes prove its efficacy. Price GO cents; trialslzo i1 25 cents. All druggists, or sent by ', mail. Tut up only by POND'S EX- !i 1 1 TRACT CO., 7G Fifth A v., N.Y. City. , ,' There isn't anything; "just as good." THE PACKARD SCHOOL of Business and Correspondence will reopen after the Christmsa holidays, on Tues. day, Jan 3. 1S0H Litfhtjwell ventilated rooms Complete equipment. Kxiwricnced teachers. Most efficient modern iretli ods Individual Instruction. Students may enter at mi time Dnrinu the past two months the demand for Its youns men graduates as nfnee assistants and etenog raphers has been unprecedented, and is at present Cieatlr In evcessnf tile supply. Itritfht yimuK men and vtomen enterins now will have ample time beforo the summer vacation to qualify themselves for business. For prospectus, address T1IK PACKARD srilOOT.. 23D ST. AND 4TU AW, New Tork. CASItlEll IH1T.EY ACCUSED, Bank Ilrposltore Snlil to Ilnvii Overdrnirn Their Accounts bj S.l.1,000, IIxktkh. N II. .Inn. 2. Harry F, Bnlley. cashier of tlm t'olorirook Ti'nllonal Hank, lias been nrrentcil ami acouRoii before United htatos Commlssionei BhtirtlelT o( ralBlfylnr; ncpoiintR nnd innkinc fnM reports to tlio Unitod States pvniniiierM and to tli Comptroller nf tlio Current Ho was hold In HO.OOO hall fornpn'nrnn((nt tlu Jlnrcli term nf court It isroiiorteilth.it ovonil ImsiniHS men will bo am ilml rb ircc(l with rililuic; nnd nln'tllne Hallo tonllniv eertliln dop wltors to ovoniiaw their accounts tntlinninnimtof f.t.ri.OH0 West 14 St. (9 "RELIABLE" CARPETS For Progressive People bnnuty nnd comfort in our reliable goods now at redm od pricos. ANTIQUE OAK CHIFFONIERS S3.75 ( Reduced from $5.50.) (5 drawers and finely finished.) " Long Credit " befriunds weary hol iday pursoa. CASH ort CREDIT VPERTHWAIT f$0. 104 106 and 108 West 14 St. ' NEAR 6AV. Droohlvn Stores: rTatbusli Av. nnr Fblton St. i fiiinnrim. CKNTHAI. TltTNT t'OMl'.VN'V OF NKW OIUv, r4 Wall Street. PecemherSlst, 18H An ( lei lion for Hxvrn Trustees ot this Company, and Tin re Inspectors of thenstt succeeding election, wilt lie held at thisiirUrenn Thursday January 131b, ISMli. rolls opru from 12 SI. to 1 P. SI Ii. 0, MHCHKLL. bucreUuy, - ' -. .i i,f,tfiMk&$t?-Tidr- $4,000,000 Torminal and -Improvement Mortgage 4 BondB OF TIIK Hqw York, Lackawanna&i Wostorn Railway Company. Ilur SInv 1. 1083. Interest pnvnble Mny A 'oy. Authorised nnil Oiltatnndlna;, da.OOO.OOO Coupon llonds. l)nomlnntlnn 1,001), FARMERS' LOAN & TRUST CO.. Trustee. Prlnotpal nnd Interest guaranteed by In dorsement on each bond by the Delaware, Laokawanna anil Western Railroad Com pany. Application will be made) to Hat these bonds upon the New York Stock Karlmnse, The New Yora, Lackawanna anil Western Itallway Company owns 214 miles of double track railroad In the State nf New York, extending: from Ulnshaintnn Into DufTslo. It was leasedln 1882 for duratlou ot rliarttr to tlio Delaware, LacLawanra and Western Railroad Company for a rental equivalent to all flied charcca and dividends of n per cent, per annum upon $10,000,000 capital stock. These bonds are secured by mortgage upon the terminals of the Company In the City of Unffslo, upon the main line from Olnghamton to Buffalo "and upon the rolling stock, lands, property, rights, and franchises pertaining to said main line . nowowmdor hereafter acquired," subject only to II 7,000,000 prior Hen bonds, TheUolawaie, IcVawanna and Weatern Ilallroad Company guaianteea the prompt payment of the principal and interest of these bonds by Indorse ment, as follows. " Tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Ttallroad Company, lese of the property covered by the morlgmie civ'en to secure the payment of tho within bond, havlnc requested the New York. Lackawanna and Western Rsilway Company to make aaid mort Rage and to lasuo this bond, doth hereby, for value roielved, guarantee its payment, both principal and interest, and agree that the mortgage, given to secure Its pa mrnt shall have a priority of lien upon tha mortgaged property over its Uensandclalmsthereon as su. h lessee ' The Yovk, Lncknvrnnnn nnd Western ICnllvruy of Itself rnrns a lnrce surplus over all rlinrces nnd dividends on Its stock, and Is a valuable and paying part ot the Delaware. Lack awanna and Western syatem, Theao bonds were Is sued by the Sew York, Lackawanna and Western Itallway, and aold to tho Delaware. Lackawanna and Western Ilallroad Company to reimburse them for advances made for construction, ami aHdiltnna nA Improvements to tho terminal property at Buffalo. The termlnnls nt rtuftnlo nre estimated to be north nt least 98,000,000. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western operatra a trunk line between Hoboken, Hew Jersey, and Buf falo, with branches to the coal region 001 miles al together. Since 18S2 the company has paid divi dends varying from 7 per cent, to 8 per cent, upon its capital stock of 128,300,000. IVe offer the above bonds at 108 nnd ac crued Interest. Subscription books will be opened at our oftlt-e at 10 A. 51. Tuesday, .Innunry 3d, and close at 3 o'clock P. 31., or cnrller, the anme dnte, the rlcht belne reserved to reject nny bid or allot smnller amounts than applied for. The llomls will be deliverable and paya ble Thursday, January tli. Redmond, Eerr & Co., 1 Wall 8treet. New York. In vest meets $ftoo,ooo City of Rochester, N. Y Bonds, due August 1, 1018. $50,000 Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Consolidated Mtge. Gold 4s, due IIMS. lrln. and Int. Guaranteed by Penn. Co,, and Indented on bonds. 820,000 Omaha (Neb.) Street Ry. Co. 1st Consol. (New First) Mtge. Bold 5s, due .liny, 1014. Price nnd particulars upon applica tion. ALLEN SAND & CO., 7 Pine Street, New York. J vtotice to noLDF.nH or honds of stock r ouotmiov 'iF.Lntiium oompani. THIS Is TO CKItTll Y that at a drawing held this 27th day of October, lbtt)". in our presence, nt the office of the Central Trust Company of New York, Trustee undei the Trust Deed of Slortgape of the HTOCK QUOTATION lELEailAPII COMPANY, datsd February 1st, 1W88. the follonlnu twenty (-()) bnnrls, issued under said mortgage, vir Nos I,. 15, 10 ni, km. no, ir.n. i4.i. i ,. ir.;, inn. :i2. a if. sj. 277, did, 8!0, Rai, 17B, 3H7. were designated fnrredemp tlonattlieofnceof said C ntral Trust Company, M WallBtnet, New York, on the first day of Jebruarv, IHIHi. at their par value. Interest on said bonds will cease on the day named for re lemptlon. Dsted New York October 27th. 1898. STOCK QUOTATION TELEORArH CO . Hr William H Hurst, President. CENTRAL TRUST CO. OF NEW YORK. . lly F. F Hyde. Second Vice President. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing numbered bonds were drawn as stated. Witness my hand and seal this L'illi da of October, 18U8 FRANK H. BM I I)T. Notary rnbllc, N. Y. Co. TAXES. We offer bonds which are TAX EXEMPT. Farson, Leach & Co., 35 NASSAU STItKr.T. American Linseed Co. COMMON and FiiitrintiiKn STOCKS, DE1.IVERA1I1.F. WHEN ISSUED. IIKALT IN IIY P. J. GOODHART & CO., MKMIIKHS N. V. STOCK KXCIIAN'OE. $ WAH,I NTKESET. lUTROlMOS. & CO., Bankers and Brokers HAVE REMOVED TO 56 BROADWAY. Tennessee Bonds. The Interest maturing January 1st on 13.33,80O 8 per lent bonds nf the State nf Tennessee will be paid at our Ranking House, IB and 18 Wall Street, or i) the Treasurer of the State, at aihvllle, ON DKCK.MDF.lt noTII, without rebate LATHAM. AI.i:ANIKH & CO., Hum! Agents, Htute nf Tennessee, Nmlork December !Hth, 18H8 KINGSLEY .& MABON I1AV.E TOOAk RFMOVFD TnF.IR OFFICE FROM 41 ViALL UTRrJSX TO 40-4J WALL STREET. cfiHXHtUt. H. G. Campbell & Co., lletn hereof the New York Bteek Etchamre, huy and til Stocks and Dends for cvsh or 011 margtn KEW OFFICES, 11 WALL ST. ff nvitinn gtrtnhg. EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK, 51 Chambers St., N. Y. ' N'evr York, Dec 37, 180B. D1VIDLND. The Trastees of this Bank have or dered that Interest be paid to depositor, entitled thereto for ths six anil three months railing Dec. 31, 1 898, at the rate of Three and One-half ir cent, per annum nn alt deposit up to the llmltof Three Thou sand Dollars (Si 000), Interest will b credited under dateof Jan 1.181)0. and will be pi) able nn and after Monday, Jan. 10. JAMES MoMAUON. I'rraldent, DAVID LEDWITH. Comptroller. , Harlem Savings Bank, 8270.3381 THIRD AV Corner 1.'4lli at. Hie Trustees direct that tho usual semi annual dividend be paid on all deposits entitled thereto at ttie.rato of tnnr per .cent per annum on all sums from r. to tl.Oim, anil threo por vent, uu the excels to S3,000, pa) able on aud after .Isnusry HI. Money deposited on or before January 10 will draw Interest from Ja-iuar) 1. niAiu.i.s n. tooUi:k. President. 1,. HOVIint ll.AKT. Becrtary. DFEMDER 13, 18118. . CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK, Gil and 58 BOWKHY. COR CHNAI ST. 77TH SKMLANNUAL 1IVIIKNI. 'lhe Trustees havo ordered that Internet at I lie rate of I IIRKE AND 0NE-II VLF (8k) TKR CENT, pel curium lie paid to depositors on and after miliary lOtli on all sums of B!i and up to 13,000 which have remained on d( posit for the tbiee or six months ending December illsl, 18UM, in accordance with the h)-laws and rules of tho bank. Money deposited on or before .Innunry lOtli will draw interest from .Innunry 1st. K. A gUINTARD, President. IIRNRT HASLrR, Becretarv. CIIARLCS W. HELD Cashier. Union Dime Savings' Institution BROADWAY. II'JD ST. .V SIXTH AVENUE. QIIEELF.Y SQUARE. NEW YORK. Intoresttliroonnd one-half per oont. from $5 to $3 000. Credited January 1st. payable January ltitli, or any tlnio later. Money deposited before January 10th drawn Interest from tho fl.ru. CHARLES E Sl'RAOUE. Trosldont. Oeqrok N. Birds vll. Treanurer. Fnavcis M. Lkake. Seeretury. tui: hank rnit sa'iinos. 2R0 FOURTH AVIlNUr.. NEW V.ORK. Inn. 2 1H0B TlIE HOARD OF TRUSTEES HAVFJ DFCLARF.D tho usual intore.t under the provisions of tho by laws for the six months emlinit Dec. :11, as follows: At the rate of lot It (4) PERCENT, per annum mi all sums of $fi and upwards not enetdine SS.Oixi, payable nn and after the third Monda), bclnir the inth daj of this month. The interest is tarried at once to the credit of de positors as principslhm the 1st Inst., where It stands exnitlv as a deposit. It will be entered on tho passbooVs at any t..ne when required on and s f ter the 1 ath inst MF.IIIIITT TR1MRLE. rrcsidellt. ROBERT S.JIOLX Secretary. THENEW YORK SAVINGS BANK. 8TU AV., COR 14TII ST. The trustees have ordtrid that the interest to be credited to depositors Jm t, 1R9P, shall be at tho rate of FOUR l'FR CENT. PER ANNUM on all sun's from $ to S3 000. Deposits made on or before Jan. 10 will draw lutercat from Jan. 1. FREDERICK HUOUSON, President. RUrUB II. WOOD. Treasurer. WILLIAM FEI.11N0ER. Secretary. linacndjj ana Mttxm. THE FOLLOVAINO COUPONS ARE DItF, AND P11ABL1. AT Tllh UANKJNQ HOLSK OF N. W. HARRIS & COMPANY, 31 N'asuu htrcot, Noiv York City: .IAN. 1ST. 1890. Centrevllle, la., Fiinding. Rerundine. Chene, Wash , Fnudini:. Clallam Co . Wash , 8i.bol District No. 7. Clarke Co , Wsah . School District No. 8. Clinton, la , Fuudineand Itrfundlni;. Colbert Co.. Ala.. Itoaii. Col uadohm. nns. Colo .Sewer Refundlne Water. ( uthlnrt lla . Electric Liitlit. Vtiter Works. Day Co , S .. Dakoti, Rofuudliu;. DouKlas co . Oic., "Jihool District No. 22, School IliilldlnKiDraln). Elbert Co ,(la , Court IIouso and Jail. Hniwood.lll Waterworks hvernreen Park. Ill , Drain and Sewer. Fayette Count) . K) . Fundiui; 4Xs llsher. Minn., Refundina (Polk Co ) Fort Madison, la Refunding. Gallatin Co . Mont, tundlnir. (lalveoton. ftx.. Limited Debt, 8trect lmprovemenl; Water Works, Waterworks. Street Improvement, and City Ilall. Harlan, la., Independent School District. Heard Co , (la . Court House. Hot Sprints, 8o Dakota, city Hall, School. Ilwaca, Wash., School District No. 1 ".. lndianola, la , Independent District Refnndinir Kinc To , Wash., bchool District No. 3, School Dis trict No 1 Lake O i , So. Dak,, Refundine. Lincoln, 111 , Refnudlnu I inn Co Ore .School District No 1. Lyons City, tliuUin. la. Independent School Dis trict School House Mai on Co., Ill Court House. Madison, Ho. Dak . Board of Education. Manson. la . Water Works. Martinsville. Ind . Waterworks. Maywoud. Ill , Village Hall and Funding. Missoula Co., Mont., FundinR Missoula Co., Mont , Renewal or Rsf undinK Oold. MUsoula Co., Mont , School District No. I, Refund tnit Missoula To., Mont , S-hool District No 3 Mls'oiilaCo., Jlunt .School DIVr ct No. 0 (old No. 6iu Odebolt, la . Waterworks. Refundine. Otter Tail Co .Minn .Refnndinir. Onosso. Mich , Union School District School Build lnffl Water Works. Fecatonlca, 111 , Hoard of Education School District No. (t Pierce Co.. Wash , School District No. 8. Pullman, Wnsh.. Water Works Ravalli Co , Mont , Oold Fundlnc. Red Oak Junction. Is , Water Works. Redwood Palls. Mum . Refunding. Richmond. Kj.. School. Riverside. Ill .School Iliilldlnit, Water Works. Sao Co , la . Refunding Seattle, Wash., Knndlue of IRfii. Seattle, Wash., Sewer of lSin. BeHttle, Wali.,'iindiiiis of 1 ii I. First Series. Seattle. Wash. Fnndlng of 18!d second Series. Seattle, Wash Sower Tunnel of 1HIH Shenandoah, la . Refundine. . , . Snohomish Co . Wash . School District No. 1. Sparta Oa School Untitling Hpauldinic Oo ,(ia., Improvement. leton Co . Mont., Funding fluid. Union Co , Ore. S h i .1 District No , Union On , Ore.. School district No. 2,1 Refunding (Elgin). , Waltehurg. Wash , Wsler Works Washington. Ind , Refundine school. WelutorCIIV, la , Electric Licht West Hammoud, Ind , Water Woils. Westnort. Mo. School District School Rullding, Kcfimdlng Water Worts. Wllniette, 111 , Oenersl Sired Improxement. Winnctka, III , School site and Untitling. .IAN. 3I, 1S0H. lort Dodge, la , Water Works JAN. filll, 1890. Waukecan 111 , Fundlmr .lAf.. 1STII, ISOO. Fugene, Ore., Rower. Marshalltowii.Is Independent S'hool Dlstnrt Re Mount Pleasant. Mich . Waier Works, Refunding, Rlverdale. III.. Milage Hall Sauk Centre, Minn . rtchoul Dlsirht tchool, .IAN. 1(11 II, IM'ill. Lawrence Co , 111 Court House .IAN. 181 II. IH'W. Pierce Co., Wash , Si hool Dldrkt No 1 iStella. coom). .FAS'. lirTII, 1899, Windom, Minn , I.lectii Light, Water Works, and Sewerage .1 N. ttOTII, 1R0, Albert Lea, Minn., Srho 1 Iililr ct lit funding MOItrOl.lC S. Mlt'TIIIIHN It. It. fO. 100 BROADWAY. NEW YKllh, Dm VO 18- l)IVII)I..M M. JT. Aquarteriv dlvidi i tl of ONE TUt CrNT up m the capital stork of thin Com) any has iwi n declare I, pajable .Ian. 10, Itum.at the olUieor the Atlautln J mat Compaui. Ill William street, 1o st4H kliolders of record of Dec 80, 1 Him. Transfer Iwoks will be close 1 Dec SO 1HDM and re opened Jan, 11, lenu, D) order of the Hoard of Direct rs ' M W D0M1NICK, Treasurer. TIIK (iUMOO JU.M THIN HAII.WA18 UNION STOCK VAnllft OVM"A.S. OFFICE OF TUK C0MPVN1, u Wall Street, M,V YORK. D.c tl, IRKS. Conpi n No 17 of tho CJinpanr'ii Collateral Trust r. per cut (loll Hinds ill In p.ilcl on and after January lid, Imhk, lu ew rk st the ofllio of the Central Truat Connutii) and in I. ndoii at the oflli e of Dlake Hoiseevulii A Co. WM O. LANE, Treasurer. PITTNIIItnti . CONM'.LI.SVILI.i: KAII.KOAII 01I1AN. OFIICF, OF TIIK TltF.VMl'RFR. , The Coiinoniidue Isnusry 1, I mm, from the Urst Mortgago Eitrn led 4 per tent, llonds of this Uom- psnj will lie paid on and after that date at tho ofllce of Messrs Bpejcr v. Couiiiany Nen ork ' ' 1 II w'aSHINOTO.N, Ireasurtr rpilF, nNK OF AMERICA, New lork, Deiemler I i I, 18118. The Uosrl of Directors hate to-dav derlsrod a semi annual dividend of HrVBN i PI'R CENT, free of tas, pas able January nd, IHliu, to stockholders uf rt ni of this date riietrsnster bonks will remain closed until Jsnii .ry.tb.IbW ff. M. RENNET, Chl.r. MBBaHattHaVVaiaBaBaHaWaHaHlaHi aMfOW M jfotirttrt. Win.lDw.lanlir & Co., 17 Nasiaa St.. H. Y. City . TTIK IN1KRIWT AND D1V1DKND9 ON TIIK FOL LOWING DOND3 AND STOCKS ARE l'AYABL5 AT OUR DANKINO HOU815 ON AND AF1ER JANUARY 3D. 18DHI . niackfnnl County, Ind., Court Home El. Bedford, Ind., School s, Cleveland and Plttsbargh It. R. Co, Oeneral Mtg. Hs. Cnlnmbiis, Ind , City of. Consolidated Funding rs. Cleveland and Mahoning Valley Ry. Co. Consolidated Mortgage As. Cleveland and Mahoning Valley lly. On. Regis tered rs Dunkirk, lnd Street Improvement As. Sower (Is. Kranavllle, Ind., Funded Debt Loan Ss, Ss, and 4s. Water works ns (Irniit County, Ind , (Iravcl Road (Is Ooiintr f. Orsnd Ilapldaand Indiana 11. R Co. 1 Irst Mortgage Rilended4Ks. First Mortgage Ouarantced 7s. (Is. City, Ind., Funding Us. Hani D( k County, Ind. County 4is. Indianapolis, Ind,, rundlng4s, Boiithrm Park Pnr chase Reinndlng 4i Refiindlng 4s, herlee Dj Im provement 41 Principal 4 Per Cent. Funding llomls nf Jan I, Ixhu. Internitlnnal Oklnlte Co , Ltd., Debenture Cs. Jasper County, Ind., County fls. Louisiana Nat 1 Hank, New Orleans, La., Dividend 4 Percent Louisiana, Stale nf, Consol as, Constitutional 4s Msssllloti and Cleveland R It, Co. Registered Bonds. Marion, Ind , School Us, Marlon Cnuiitr, Ind , Annnal ns. County Ss. Newton County, Ind , Drainage ( a. Northern Pailrtc Terminal Co. First Mortgage ts. New Orleans, La , ('.institutional 4 Nlagii-a Tails Power Co. ITst Mnrtgsgo r.s. Pittsburgh, lort Wajno end Chlcain Ry. Co. Filit Mortgage 7s, SciUs "A" Second Mortgage 7s, Series i. Div. 14 pel Cent., Oiialtrrly Dividend Special Stock. Div. 1" Percent, yuaitcrly Divi dend Regular Stoi k Peru, Ind., School 4sis, Refunded Be. Rcnaselicr. Ind.. School Us Titilon, Ind , Street Improvement. Wheeling, W Va Comproinlse , .lani'urv Ath .(I rant Count), Ind , (iravcl Road (la. "Hancock County, Ind , IriiuditiU 5s. January tlth. Jasper Connty, Ind., County (Is. Tne Farmers' Loan &Trust Oo. 1C, 18, 20 & 22 William Street, New Tork. COUFONB AND DIVIDENDS DUE INJUW AHY ARK PAYABLE AT THIS OFFICE ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1. 1MW. AB FOL LOWS: Alnbima Groat Southern It. It Co . lt Mtee. tlpertont. American l'lro Lnclne Co Andorson Electric Htrnet R'y Co, Albion AVatcr Works Co Blsnlan k ator Co. Butlnr Water Co. Baltimore A Ohio Southwestern R'y Co. Baltlmoie A. Ohio Southwestern Railroad Co. Bnrrle Water Co. JJnth Water Co. Brenham Water Worls. Brockport A Holley Water Co. BufTnlo Crook R. It Co. Curternvllle Water Bond". Caro Water Works to Otirollnti Central H. R Co Clinrleston, A. Va . Water Work Co. Clmttnnoogn AVntcr Work Co. Cons d Sinking I und Mtge. CltiL-Innutl A Bnltimoro R'y Co. t'oiisumorH' Ons Co Debentures. Commercial Cable Co. Connellsvllle Water Co. Cortlnnd Water W orks Co. Win Coal Co. Iist St. Louis. City Water Co of. LaRtinnn's 1'rnlKh.t-Car Heater Co. Kvunsvlllo A Indianapolis R. R. Co. Evnimvillo A Tone Haute It It. Co. Dvunsville, Torre Haute A Chicago R R. Co. Faribault Water Works Co. Hot Sprincs, South Dakota, Water, Llcht Power Co. Herkimer, Mohawk, Illon A Frankfort Flectrio R'y Co Htidhon River Water Power fc Paper Co. Huntington Water Co. Ith.ica Street R'y Co ltidlunn Block Coil Co. Iowa City W ater Co.' Joffersonvlllo. Madlion A Indianapolis It. R. Co. Kanknkoe Water Co. Keokuk Water Co. Kokoino Water Co Lacrosse, City of. Lnrclimont Yacht Club 'M Mtce Lake Superior A Ishpemlnc R'y Co. Muriden Water Works Co Mlddletown-Ooslii'ii Traction Co. Mobile A Ohio R. R Co . Intension 1st Mtee. Mobile A Ohio Car Trust P. and N. Moiloi Safe Co. Mobile Light A R R. Co Ivevviiort A Cincinnati Bridge Co Isew CaRtle A Slienuneo Valley It. R Co. Omaha Horse R. It Co . Bonds nnd Coupons. Ottawa. Ovv-eco A For River Vallen R ft. Co Oloan. Iv. 1.. Water. Sower A Improvement Bonds WlllUHU 1.III.-I V-l I'cnsacoln W ater Works Co Pcnnacola A Peidldo It. It. Co. I'etrolia Water Co I'ortHmouth A Suffolk Water Works Co. Rocky MountMllls Ht.l)Uls.t('alrolt R Co. South Dakota Water Co South i ubn Watei Co.Cons'd Mtee. htiiton Island Midland R K Co. Temple. '1 oxas. W ater Works Co Torre Haute A Indianapolis R It Co. Terro Haute A IxiBnnsport It. It. Co. 'J earknna W ntor Co. Third Ave R.R Co. Toledo. Walhondlne Valley A Ohio It. R. Co. Thomas Iron Co. Urbana Water Works Co. Union Stock Yards A Transit Co. Union Depot. Columbus. Ohio. Vanderburgh County. Vleksburch. Shreveport A Paclflo It. R. Co. Waterloo Oas A Electric Light Co. Washington A Columbia River R'y Co. W est Sldo It. R. Co. of Milwaukee. Vv estchester Co.,N. Y., Water Co. Williams A bon. E T.. of Duluth. Minn. JANUARY 5. 1800 Detroit, nillsdalo A Southwestern R. H. Co.. Dividends. JANUARY 10, 1R0P. Joliet A Northern Indiana It. It. Co . JANUARY 15. IfOH Minneapolis, Lmlalo A Mlnnctonka A, Minne apolis St. R'y Co. Trodonla Water Co. St. Paul City R'y Co JANUARY 20, 8np. Pekln Water Co. Town of Westlleld Union Free School District No 5 F JANUARY 27. 1803. Hollard Irriffntlon Canal Co. JA.SU MtY.'il. 1800. Parsons Water bupply A Power Co. ,M) CEDAR STREET. TvEW YORK Coupons duo January 1. 1800, on thefollow inc bonds will bo pnyablo at the office of this Coin pans on nnd alter that date: U r Mikb A Trust Co . Serien D 4.s Mutual l.lfelnsuiunceCo of New York.... 5s Centml Vermont R 11 Equipment l Rutlamllt.lt Consolidated 4Hs Irfint Island It. R consolidated rn Loiik iHlnnd R 11 Itmw) Consolidated 4s Iuir Inland 1(. II, North Shore 5s Lonic Island It it. New tork Bay Exten sion . 5s Lone Island R it , Montauk Extension.... 5s Stnteot I'tnli i 4s Stutnof I tali, -. :i).s VllliiBeol Niuok. N, Y 4s Sullivan Water t'ompaii) tls Vllluica ol Montifomery 4s Klickitat County. Wnsnlnuton tls Kittitas County. Washington lis BrndlmiH oiinty. Pa , Court House . ... 4s Allen I 'mint). Ind . Court House 4s City of Jiiekson, Mlchlcan, linprovcinent. . 5s City of Jnckeon, Mkhliran, Improvement.,. Ds City of JIcmiihlH. Teni , . 4.s Westliidluiiitpolis. Ind . . . lis Moiitiinllvr. Ind tls Torro Haute. Ind.. Improvement tls Fur liocknvvay, N. Y .. 5s Wellington, Indiana (Is Billings. Mont ... . Its Seattlo. Washington. School District No. 1.. 5s Triiiiton, Mo,S, D , 5s Hammond. Ind . . lis Multnomah County, Oregon 7s Picrcu County, Wash . School Dlst. No 'J Pierce County. Wnsh , School Dlst No 1.1. ArUoiiii-Cnnalure Co Cs Anglo American Cnnaigro Co Us fit) id Llyri4. Ohio. Water Works 4Hn Cll) of Jlyil.1. Ohio, Water Works Con struction ... 4.1.S htoiihicton. I onn.. No 1HS.D 4s SiKikiiuo. WiisninUoi!. Water Ds CliH.iln Wnttrloiiipaii)' (is l llmux Uulek Tannine (o (Is City ni Minneapolis, Minnesota: School . . . ... 4s Permanent Imp. llevolv. I und 4Hs School lis Permanent Innuovemont 4s Bridge . , 4s P.iriiiniiuiil Improvement 4'jp, Couit llmitB ,,., 41, City Hoipllul. .. 4s Suwir , 7s Wnui Work Reservoir 4s Sower. . 8s Main hewers 4s Waterworks Hs Wiiter Works 7h Oenernl Piirii.es 7, OLE JANUARY 'J. MA Cit) of Minneapolis. MlnneMim: Perniuiient liiip. llevolv. Fund 4s Waterworks. . 4), 5 JM'EJANl'AltV 15. JMK. Cily o( MlnneniKillH, Mlnnesotii; Permanent Inipiovement , 4'.s V liter Wot L 4s School . . 4s Permanent Improvement 4s WIIKKMM. 4 I.AHK KIIIK lt'WA CO. Coupons due January I, IXKW. (mm the Wheeling A Lake Krle Railway Co (Wheeling Division) first mortgage l percent, bonds will be paid on presen tatimi on and afier Jaiiuarj 3, 180K, at ths Csntral Trust Compan) of New York. jtjlvlitMtl 8H jftstttft. p ? TftusT co : Coupons pnynhle nt our offlre, Ort Plrond- I wny, on nnd nfer .Innunry 3. lBuil. j NEW YORK CITY. j Consolidated Stock (I per cent, (City) rnrk Improvement. I Consolidated Stork l per rent. (IivK). Consiillilntnl Mtnck II per cent. (City). Consolldnted Mark 0 per cent. (County)'. Abilene Wnter Co. 1st 8s, Asbtnbiiln It trier Co. 1st i. Ashlnlniln v nter Co. (lent. As. . Central Tiilnlcu Sugnr Cnne Mfe. Co. 0 per 1 eent. Oehentures. , Clenilleld Illliinilnous Coe.1 Cnrp'n . Corning (N. V.) Itlver Imp. (Ilea;. .) Cornlnx (N. Y.) Hcliool Dlst. No. 1, 4s. J I'ornlng (N. V.) Newer 4s. i Crnvvfordsvllle Wnlcr nnd Light Co. 1st Oft 3 Flsliklll nnd Mnttenwnn Kqultnhle Ons Co, 1 I' 1st (is, Isllp (Town of) Unlnn Free School Oltt. No. . 1 4a. - T.nvvrence Wnter Cr, 1st Bs. 1 l.ee Construction Co. 1st 121. Mnrlnn JVnter Co. 1st Sa. Mnnor Cluli 3d As. ,, .vierlmnlonl llublier Co, 1st Os. fl Alerrnntllo Co-iiporntlvn Ilnnk, Naillilkrni Street Ilnllwny to. 1st Con. fla. , Xevvliurgh nnd Ornnge I.nkn It. It. Co. lai Oa. New York Ilcltlng nnd .l'nrklnc Co. Lit. 0 ' per eent. Debentures. ew lork lalil'o, (Keg. 0 per cent. Inter eat). JM New York nnd Knst Itlver Ons Co. 1st Con. ,W As. W Ne York Mnil nnd Nowipnper Trnspot K, tntloti Co. 1st Os. m Itetsof Mining to. 1st Its. K Mielhyvllle, Witter 'o, 1st 4s. M Khelhyvllie llnter nnd l.lglit Co, 1st Sa. ,M Nonthern f Intes Lumber Co. 1st Us. Wnrsnw Water Co, 1st ns. ; v lOTIIl .( Carteret Steel Co. 1st tls. ?M THF. rOLLOW INO COIIPONB ARK DUE $ AND PAVAULE AT OFFICE OF -lB Farson, Leach & Company, m 38 NASSAU HTItKKT, NKW YORK I M JANUARY 1, 1800. ) Albion, Indiana, Water Company. lH Aurora, Illinois, Bchool Dlstrlet No. 4. U lllurrtoli. Indiana, Bchool and Water. Cbaflee Count) , Colorado, Hcliool District No. 0. lalrnioiiut, Indiana School Fremont Oounty, Colorado, School District No. 15. (lartleld Count) , Colorado, School District No, T. 1 Geneva, Indians, Funding. ' Huntington, Indiana, Water. Huntington, Indiana, Water Works Company. Jonesboro. Indiana, Funding. Kent, Washingtoii, Wat-rand Light. King County. VV ashlngton. Bchool District No. 100, Koknmn, Indiana, Bchool and Improvement. JM lwts Oounty. Washington, Funding, fm Iobsnon, Indiana, Wnter. Montpelle, Indiana, Fuudinz. Mm New Carlisle, Indiana, Bchool, 1 Otero Oounty, Colorado. School District No. P. H Padurah. Kentuckr, Refunding. H Paulding Couptv, Ohio, Ditch and Bridge. Jm Ht Cliir. Michigan. Hectrie Light M Huohomlsb, Washington, Water and Qcncral Itnnl- mm rlpal. 1 Taylor Count) , Wisi onsln, Jail. mm ThurstonCounty, Washington, School District No.lB. , H Wasco Count), tlrcg in, School District No. 60. aH West Dar City. Michigan. School. .lANUAia AND 3. 1800. Mm South Bend, Indiana, Improv ement. H JANUARY 13, 1800. H Fowler, Indiana, Bohool H JAMIAUY IS, 1800. H Dulutb, Minnesota. School District 1. St. Louis 09. .lANUAttV 111. 1800. ( Veedcrabnrg, Indiana, Bchool. M .IANUAKY 17. 1800. W Hunlington, Indiana, Water. 9 ASIKltTcAN STTeKL AND WIRE CO. JI ROOKKRV DU1LDINO, I ?1 CIIICAQO, 111.. December .list. lBOO. jm A dividend of one and three-quarters percent, nn 9n the preferred stock has thin day been declared, par- 1 able January 14th, IHlii), Tiansfer hooks, for both J jreferred and lommon stock will bo closed at tha close ot business January 4th, Ihiiii l F. E. PATTFR80X, Asst. Seo'y. 1 VpnE FOURTH NATIONAL DNK of lhe City nf X New York. New York. Dec. 22ml, 1R0S. The Board of Directors hss tills dav declared a semi- annual dividend of THRF.E AND ONE HALF PEP 1 CENT., free of tax, payable on and after January rtrd B proximo. B The transfer books will close at 3 P. M. this data fl reopening January 3rd. lHIiu. i CUARLE3 H. TATTERSON, f Cashier. t DKTKOIT CITIZKNH' STltKKT KAII.WA"? 1 COMPANY. I Couiions maturing January 1st, 189P. from 1st B consolidated mortgage 5 per rent ten year bonds, H due Iln, will be paid January 3d, 180u, and after, M on presentation to the New York Security and Trust AT -y 2p LOUIS V1LLK, IIKNDIJUSON & HT. LOUIS JB III. . ' t iW Coupons due January 1st, 1800, will be paid on M 1 and alter January 3d, on presentation at the banking 7L M offices of Messrs. Thomas & Post. 7 1 Broadway. rtwsw EDWIN M. roar. Secretary. IU MINNKAPOI.IS ST. LOUIS It. It. CO. JSL Coupons due Jan. 1st, IBim. from First Mortgage W Bonds of this Company will be paid after that date W upon presentation at the omce or tho Central Trust vk Company, 04 Wall Bticet, New York JT i F. 11. DAVIS. Treasurer. 8 BRIOOEPOItT TRACTION COMPANY. V The coupons of the Bridgeport Traction Company. ,p due Jan. 1, lBiin. will be paid on presentation on ami Jf after Jan. 3. at the offlce of Redmond, Kerr & Co., 41 "av , WaHst.. New York City. .(V I SnnFrancisrn&NnrthernFnclflcRnllwByCo. I 1 Coupon No. 20 of tho above railway, maturing Xt Jan. 1. 1S9H, will be paid on and after that date, at ' c? the office of LADENDURO, THALM4.NN k CO., 4eJ -fl Wall Bt., New York. W ffiojiartncriJhiiT Tofire. J HANOVER BANK BUILDINfL P flH' NO. 11 PINE STREET. NEW YORK, 1 ml January 1st, 1((9. ) lj A COPARTNERSHIP, of this date, has been formed 1 by the undersigned to transact business as Brok ers and Dealers In Railway Bonds and other Invest ment securities, under the firm name of I'LAGO & WOIlC'EVTER, with offices at the above address. The firm of Reed A Flagg having been dissolved by the desth of Mr Reed, their business ts succeeded wi to by Flagg a: Worcester. ?. f WILLIAM II. FLAGO. jjtt VV ILFIIED J WORCESTER, fM I AUGUSTUS KIRKHAM. Special, K. M NF.w'lORK, December 31at, 1B9. B J 'rriE PARTNFRSIIIP existing under (he firm nam jflkl 1 of MORTON, BLISS A- CO. expires this day by JJfJf limitation. The business will be continued by tba fPKl undersigned under lhe same firm name BH 'j LEVI T. MORTON, Tm OEOROF, T. RI 183. mm R, J. CROSS, 'nPBBai W, MORTON ORINNELU MLW WREDMOND CROSS. M m ill R. L. B. FRANKF.NHEIMER. desiring to retire M L from active business, withdraws this day from s our firm. ff M Dated N. Y January 1st, 18PP. ft H ASIKL & CO. a H Mr. Siegfried 8, Prince and Mr. William Erdmana M L have this day been admitted as partners in our firm. m Bated K.Y., January tat, I HOB. ff H AS1EL Jt CO. 1 H OFFICE OF"1 1 H nr.Nii:its(N a- ro., I H 24 NASSAU STIIEhT. I H Cha-leaR, Menders in, Norman Henderson, & H NFW tORK, .lanuatrnd, 1SDD. 2 JM Mr. Nathaniel Thnrer Robb becomes a membrnf 0 H our firm from this date, and will represent us on tha 8 EWM New York Stock Exchange. H HF.NDKr.R0 A Ci). "H 20 BROW) BT . hVW YORK, l Hei ember 31at I huh ( IBJ THE I'NDERSIONF.n liaicthls dav formed a ( o- B partnership undei the Briu ni.me of Jas II Ollphant BBJ A. Co for lhe trnnsa. tiun or a geueial Rauklng and fmWl Commiss'ou Business in Railwa) and Other (Virpo- 1 bBMI rate Securities. US II (II IPIIANT BW ALFRED L NOlliilR Mgl WM. J. M VTIIFSOK. Special Paitner b MR. PHILIP MMtQUAND Is this day admitted ik mM member of our Orm ff BH The stvln of our arm will hereafter be ALLEN. J BBB SAN I) A CO. Al LFN A BAND. 9 M Jan. 1, Ihiiii. 7 Pino M., New lork, 4 BBJ elections unit peetmflB. L UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD C(b f ImU Hliel liil Meeting (ii St. i( klinldeis. t BBH TO THF. HIIH KlKIMlF.KH OF UMIIN PACIFIO I H RAILROAD C(1MPN. t 9 NoriCE Is hen lu given that a special meeting of A jflH the stockholders of t'nfou Parfflc Railmad Company fBJ wlllbolielt at the orth nf tlie Oompon) atSalt I,sle 1 BBl Cllj.lntlie state nf Utah on the loth day of Jjiiii- I mm sir, tS8l(, at li o'clock noon, forthe purpose of eon i rlderiiigand acting upon a proposed amendment "t I m the Articb s of Association or the Comimn , Increas I JBI iugltsComiiion Capital Ktotk by ihn anmiintof s.'i. I WK 4(1(1,100 at d of autnoiilngtliotiaiKiand use nf a ich 1 mmM additional stock, and of taking all aiiitahlo action in I thst behalf. 3 MW The hooks forth transfer of trk (both Common I flH and l'referredl will be cl sed for thepnriose of tha I MM meeting st the ( lose of business on Tliutsday, D BH 1 ember I r, Ihkh. and will be renprnei on the day BH fnlliiwlngsald meetlunr an) udlournnient thereof. aBH HV OUDF. I OP Til)-. HOARD OF DIRECTORS H A LUX. MIU.tR, Secretary ffH New York, December a, Irtud l-WM N" OTICV. 1H IIF.RF.IIY OI EN that the annual meet" A lng of the stockholders of THE DF. LA V KRONE wm REKRK1EIUTINO MACHINE (OMPANY will be m lield at the orhio of said roinpanv, frut of Y BBBH l.iHIh st.. New York ill), nn lUEHDAY, Jan to, A ihiiii at H nclork P. M , forthe purpost of eloctlng m trustees of, said rompanv for theensiung jear JBBBH JOHN V 1!?()M)IW he-retary mt THE CONTINENTAL IN8IIRANCK 4 O,', -m .NO. 4l 11)11(11 ST lBflB NEW YORK, Dec 24, 18k "H THE ANNI L ELFCTION FOR DIRF.CTORH of 1 this rompanv will be held on MONDAY, tha vXn day VBH nf January, ISiU', at tbla oJBoe Tbr polls will opea 'JH at 12 noon and remain open on hour 'VBBBI UPWARD I.AWWINn, BsfrfllTs L flBJ I