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jhtrntcut. Financial Forecast. r0tiflTni "official." r bn.r th.. dar. ,MlaWn "'u" ' Mllln nd T:7th!ne Lb"4 w,th r" nndU" Wh1 lnlrmottr Vi. art tli7 ll attention to market more ,j Whit purpoie bT ther In Tlew when ther IlieeBteie tie eecurity holders of one of their ftllMt " l50" ro1 "m Probbl thetther r trxto to '" ,om ' lb,lr own roHndle lei.tlthooththef here more then le neceiurr , WBtl they ceil "control." If ther were 'trying M itll tbt ttr sloe, they wonld favor an advanc tmrket- It le poielble thai thle lane corpora te l trji to protact Invntor. nho might other U, ray too much for rin Handle ehirei. If Ihelr ,,, 11 lo iruerd the public, let ue hope tht Jkiir uerdlnhlp "111 leo extend to that par cf the rablle which already hotde Pan Handle kirn. Heretofore they haT not been anxious to ,hjPC.,0. 8t. L-atoeXholder. dividend.. I .tl,,raaii1hoiighthey might now allow them to Imp Ihelr hopee. The real eiplanallon of thle die ,iur, pf the Pennsylvania manager, la this' MtT re mfrtlfled to reallre that thle treat eiulty hleli ae orerlooaed by them in time e of panlo and Lo the onsrshlp of a clear-headed and determined iMIe. Koms 'f,r " ,h bol,1,r ' lbt P'eeent C C. St. I- eharea Intrnetea their lntereeta to th'i UnniylMnla manaizers. They trotted them frith the protection, cr.tllt and reputation of their trorerty. narlns accepted thle trust. It would eeem as thcitjli Pennsylvania manager, ehould alwaya ' pei well o"1" rroperty, and in any event a dlgnl (iJilIence on their part would not be unbecoming. Kotstthatandlns many depreulng efforte. th tmesr' r,n Handle l conttantly eatabllehlnc lleelf ath'JJei level.. Why Is the stock amanclnitl How m we to translate, tho market? Which announce ment! will yu bet nu. tho talking official or tho tt(t'leslar"-i H hi occurred many tlmcaln thla country that Important railway developments, from hlch th' piiMlf might be benefited, hare been krerlonslr drn'ed and denied iwaln. 'nw ilea r public, open your eyea wide. The East .rnatitt Western dl'i.lon. of tha Fennel-Ivan!. er. tin jte held together by no other tie than the simple (terhl of tnajorlty atock. Thle 'la a dangerous Mrt cd, and threatens the Integrity and harmony of thit system It hag never fallen to my lotto make lolmp'rtant a disclosure a I now record. There u ne'er been such a disclosure In the annate of iaertfin railway . Never In any one lnatance be fori line bale tho stockholder, of any proporty hn mtlderilr lifted Into new wealth aa my revrla ton May will disclose for the holder of P., fj., C. a , i.. itsilsrsv ihaiea. Kipe years ago certain Individual were the owners f four railroads nest of Pittaburi:. The Pennsyl vania liiilwaj- manauers of that day pmiioscd to lho' individual! that, If ther would nierce all their properties into a now corporation and give thecon treHl the stock to the l'enniylvanla Railway Com jany, that Comi'am would aaennie certain ohllza tioi towanl tlieni aa individual hoMera of the new Itock, Thoeo nbllhrationa wer recorded in artlclca of Incorporation mnkluie an atrroement between the Fennulrania Railway Company and tho individual itockbolilen Thoe articles of Incorporation were rirorded at tho capitals of Ohio, Indiana, Went Vir ginia and Pennarlianla. They provided that P.'nnayl tinUihouldbethehqinenfthe Pan Handle Company wlib In hea.1 oflli.e at Il.t'bnn:. Theobllnatlonaof the Pennsylvania RallwiyCompanj recorded in that agreement riulro them in prothlo nioney for all "Imrroiomenta" hyeeillnr rcrtnin e'cnritlee, thus leiTicgill tbe.net earning for the atockholileri. That igreeiaeut lia been overlooked and lunored. During rrcrnt years mam million of dollara haa beeneipended for "Improv omenta," and tho money vutilen from net oarnlnca and not from the eale cf lecnritlei. Ihe l)lation of this agreement haa been complete, Thu l'cnrnihnnla Hallway Com pany did not ell secnrltlea to provldo thoso mil lion!. Now they will be compelled tn sell aecurl tin mil ray thnie million to tha atockhohlera laraeh. The articles cf Incorporation did not give th dfrcctora the optiou to aell, but anch aale was mandatory. The words used were aji follows: Tho directors "ihalt sell to provide for improvements." Hereafter, If the Pennsylvania Iljllway Company wishcito continue with "impnernenta," It mmt iclllondior itock for cash at par for such purposo and must pay all the net earninua to tho nto-khold-eri. They cannot sell stock for lens than par, bo ti'ue they themselves had a. law passed In Pcnnsyl Tin's. In order to prevent wildcat railroads, that no talwar company on nil etck exie.it at par for rain. The remit of all thla will bo that the P., C. C. k Ht. L. atocklioldoio will rcralo larger dividends than any other trunk line atneg bolder!. The rstis of dividend will be II, 7. lo per cent. If the ltunayhuula Huilny Company doca Bot aell boudi or sell sioc at par. It cannot make tha "Improvement!." In that eent thin trlisaiitlc rall wa;jitsiu will Ko lame, and It mau-ultlcent ad Vancemeul will -Up. Thers 1 no luodlJcatiuu poo He of these fcts. IIih manager of thu I'ouuajl vinlaayitcruareinthiadlleuima: theymmt makothe tnocrttystociholders rich, or they will block tho adiaatemii.t of the.r ov,n oyati'in. Novcrbeforo hai a tulaay itockboldcra hi-ld a poeltloii of ouch atrntc-itlo Inpuiunce. Such marvellou creation of new nluswouldcot have been pcaalblo it thl road hid Uen lnratrd elsewhere than In tho c entral regions eftho Inited States or if tho system hid been any ether than gigantic l'eunsylvarlj. Iljt the ombar mincn! of tie I'enniyhania manager la even deeprr and more farreachln. Thry hate briken tjnalunlsmentala.-reemei.t. May It not toponoible tbat tLe other parties to tho contract may keep It roirn If the lni robablo should como about aid ibe I' c, C. and bl. L. owntra would bo able to tae their moperly out of the ct.ntrol of the Penu JXManla liailwa) Con piny, or inn threaten nip ro' the Pmnsihaua eyatcm. tho fow outatand uz Pan Uandls akares might bavo a value which moat courageous Imagination cannot mcasur. worthanl. Tin Information la sobowilderinz and the bene ' to the ruin irity Intoreet so amazing that I would fkV .'.""' "" "wn miBi " ' "" dolu W own "Ming; bnt I am not alone. Homo of the beat Blndi In the legal world. In the railway world and we Soanclal world are standing by my side in con- ant counad, Por example: In legal circles alone, . d.l.ertnt lawvera have Iniested in thesa shares jlaBrp,on,Un0w,,di:I one of them la the an,?tT ."' T,f Un" ""tuntiHl corporation: noiM fjr a long tline honored the Judicial b, another Is now In virtual control of an lrtt ralroad, aad gnes nut from hi. n trail, tb, best augge.tlona concerning railway e, vbilb ccima mt ,,, ,,,. Uoth.rha. aeiininlited ai.rc, for(une b)r ,. leu.lc " "ay lu-a, another came from a neighboring V to my rea.denc.o on Monday evening laat and ar .m , "" " '"' ad.bl. cash into thla a. tow m Blrullar way I have the Intellectual and T;, X co-t"oo of men who can borelle! fo ? LU"":"1 '"1 r4,lBv "'" "efoie the In- mat oucan sio rao, which has lorn disclosed In ."'Ial'. 1 thought P..C..C. U Bt. L. common ,.' P v"- ' now tb'nk that stock will b. ortbuioro ,h.n Korthorn C.ntral, which minority Mj. ," '" ,,,Dl:r a:tlon a few year ago J'inn."n"w"el'lln'T'"0nt- ' nw think "" ndlc stuck Hill b. cheap at 300. IMMEDIATE MARKET. IhsV-v f,r"d" not to make now venturaa In tad'r.'i I ,"'"ril- urkt Just now, unless with Ml 1 ,"i"iiB"'' Bound shares will ultimately hart ":Ler'bu " the moment the aurface le.nn,,.'he "" "b,ch w111 on,. during a rest eau J A"r,ucb test w. will think again. You tixZ?'T"'"ct wal1 "'"'' Pennsylvania its, ' "'' W,,l"ra deferred, and if you de "ireeiioc!" 'l'0Cl"0" "" buyllrunswick. Th.aa .s cf n .' ' "ril ' theinselif a from the innu- it .ii"'."""r! m"'"t ud"P Pward. All 'Paj, i',0"' l"",;". ' lauelnth.pre.enc. huh 1 ,; "bll "tch stocks achanc. one ,, ''""'"'He "ill advance, ten. "ftuJ'"' "'" ''"""Jlvauia bears took alarm fosi, . I"nt '" mr l"t'r n'1 t1"110'! together "'geilim. r':,,''r ,hr"' contract., Thl. cauic d an "Hciwl , '' '"'"' ,,f 'inntatlon.. which wa. tin '"'a for II." '"'i'"'- " ,n fe'ler. paid higher niloir ,. . . ,b,eed not be anxious cun- anlteC'cl8:h.ilt,rJr """Mni" of mine In tha '' 1 lut.rT.'.a DW bUy I'"C" - 8t' r- 'a " f"Bli tan. A""" come' between thaP.nn- ' "lAiyt'W D. GARLISV. 1 ' ." ""' ' i . . ' ' ' -V cfiHnntlBi.. Tho Minneapolis and St, .Louis Railroad Company, M1NSKAPOLIH, Minn., Jan. 37, 1800. Notice It hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholder, of the Minneapolis and Bt. Louis Railroad Company of Minnesota and, Iowa la called to I. held on Tuesday, Fib, 14, 18PP, at 10:ftO A. H at the offices of the Company, In the City of Minne apolis, Minnesota, for the purpose of taking action and voting on the following propositions, or any modification or modification, thereof which may be presented at such meeting, vlr,i I. To ratify and confirm the action of the Hoard of Directors of this Company in behalf of thla Com pany In tha purchase and aoquleltlon of the rail road, and properties described aa follows! (1) The railway and property of tha Minneapolis, NewUlm and Southwestern Railroad Company, It. line of road aa completed and operated at present extending from a point of connection with the rail way of thla Company at or near TVInthrop. Min nesota, to and through New Him, Minnesota, the entire length of aald road aa now operated being about twenty mile.. (2) That part of the railway of tha Wisconsin, Minnesota and Pacluo Railroad Company extending from Morton, Mlnneeota, at the point of connection with the railway of thla Company, lo Watcrtown, South Dakota, tha entire length of raid portion being about one hundred and twonty-three miles. II. And in furtherance of the policy of developing the business and the railway propertlea of thla Com pany, aa well aa to reduce the amount of fixed an nual Interest charges, to authorlre and give consent to the Issue by this Company of It. four per cent. FIRST and RP.niHDINO gold bonda In tha prin cipal turn of twenty-five million dollar., to b. secured by mortgage covering tha properties of thl. Company and tha propertlea acquired as aforesaid, which .aid bond, shall ba used, appropriated or re en ad for the following purposes, yum (1) Bonds to the amount of five million three hun dred thousand dollar. ($r.. 300,000) of principal shall be need for purchasing and paying for the several lines of railroad above described: for constructing end paying for the construction of a line of road to be built and completed from a point at or near Hew 01m, Minnesota, tho present termini., of th. Min neapolis, New Ulm and Southwestern Railroad, to a point of connection or Intersection with the railway of the Illlnola Central Railroad Company at aome point tn either Huena Vista or Cherokee Counties, Iowa; for purchasing and paying for equipment, rolling stock and motive power, and other personal I property neoessary to properly operate and main tain the line, of railway ao to be acquired or con structed aa aforeaald, 12) Honda to the amount of ten million dollar, of principal shall be reserved solely for the purpose of refunding, paying, satisfying and retiring all the bonda of this Company now outstanding sneured by mortgagee upon It. properties or proportions there of, ao that ultimately tha Hen to he created by the proposed new mortgage ahall bo a first and prior lien on all and singular the property of the Company. (til Pond, to the amount of two million Ova hun dred thousand dollars ((2 s 0.000) of principal may ba reserved for the purj o o of providing such funds as may be necessary to retire at par all the aharee of the First Preferred Capital Stock of this Company now outatandlng, the par alue thereof being two million five hundred thousand dollar. t2,r00,00O), at auch time and in auch manner aa the Director, of thla Company may deem advisable, on reasonable notice to the holdera of aa'd First Preferred Stock. Dividends accrued on such Preferred Stook at tha time of said retirement to ba pal 1 in cash out of the not earning of this Company. If such $2,500,000 bonds shall not be used for the purpose aforesaid they .hall bs need only for the purpose, referred to In tho noxt paragraph. (4) All the remainder of .aid bonds to wit. about seven million two hundred thousand dollara (7,200.O0O ahall be deposited with the Central Truat Company of New York aa Truateo of the mort gage, to be used by this Company for the purpose of constructing or acquiring additional property, or for Its other corporate purpowa, under proper re BtrlctloiiH to be contained In the mortgage. III. To authorlre the Hoard of Director, of thl. Company, wheneer in the Jndgment of raid Hoard it may ba advisable, to provide for the cancellation and retirement as above mentioned of all the sbarea of First Preferred Stock of this Company, .where upon the remaining Capital Stock of thlaj Oonipauy ahall ba ten 'million dollara (aio.OOO.OOOlT and thereafter the aharee now known as "Scond Pre ferred Stock" ahall be known as "Preferred Stock," and the shares now known as "Common Stock" shall continue to be known aa "Common Stock," all the rights and privileges as to voting power, dividends and division of net earnlnga now attach ing to rtid share, of stock to ccntinuo in fnll force and elTect, except ro far a. relate to the Firat Pre ferred Stock .o to be oancelled and retired. The booka of the Company for tho transfer of stocks will be closed from 3 P. M. on February o, 1810, to 10 A. M. on February IB, 18!HI. EDWIN II.UVLKV, President JOS. OAHKKI.I,. Secretary. BANKING HOUSE HAIGHT&FREESE, NK.V YOKK, 53 ISKOAmVAV. Ph!ladc2i)hlm. H. W Cor. Fourth and Walnnt U. IJofttnn. h.'. HUif ht. rONNTelVKI) ilY PKIVATK WIRKfl. Eirrntn orlrr in HTO K8. iJOSDS, OKAIK. COT TUN and lituI8I0Nrt mi tt e Nrvr VorL. Pliilatlel jihta, 11 Bti'H ami ChitMtrn Oraln and Stork Kx chant; tn for inverttnicnt m to he carried on ManrJn or a to 5 )tr rent, tit modenttr ratrn of IntcreM and 1-1(1 com inlislou. lnU-rettt allowed on maivlns and deposit! Miihl'Tt to chei k at alht Writ or call for our "00 PAOE SECURITY MANI'AI," Ki.'n latOHt records of prlcr and tatltl-t to ilatte, Cu needed br lUukR. Kicuaniee.-, tho PicsB and Hoards of Trad throughout the coun try to lit th tnont coudPUHi'd and utatUtirally re liable ini Ideation r rriHSUt.il br any UanUntc House, (UvfK ran co of prices of StorJn, Wbeit and Cotton for ton to thirty ears, latest ttnanclal repoits, state mcnlH of enriilnc. A,.. of all railroad and InduHtrlal rorpnratloi.it whose shuies are llidd on all the prin cipal Kxc1imupf. thereby enabling investors to opertti on ll-olro n JudLtnu'Ut h-d n fctg to ho found In tlie Maiuul, vrhith IslntaluabUMo buiiinrss nun uen orally. It enables any ona to Imest mono), keep.i.K tho principal Intact and rnaklna it pay an Income, We aiu plrssed to prefent It free upon mailed or persunnl application, as well sa designate stocks which in our Judffincnt will make tha most decldrd advance. Twenty years' experience, larcest clientele, most commodious ortlci, best brokerage service. Branch office, n Ba Ilroadway. N. Y.. near ?rtth St. A MAHKKT X.E1TF.U Issued dally and SENT FREE on rcquctt. WHEAT AND COTTON WILT, NOW SCPPLaNT THE STOOK MARKET IN '11IK FAVrm tF IUi: I'UIIUC. thi. ci:em i 'Fi' the great nni.L mar- KKT. t'UM HOUSE WAS PKHSISfENTIiY BU1.L Ihll FOIl EIHII1' MONTHS verhaj.a tho mnst Hull, lah hous.. lu Wall St.. A (1REAT lll'Ll, HOL'SK. IN Afll'EAT Hl'1,1, MAllKET," aa wo h.i ottm adver ilsed but we are nut anion.? those, who OVI'ltSTAY A MARKET, and during the entire week we hav bceiii.runj our cuatirucra to hell out all of their lene stoikri on ecu rallv and to "ahurt" Diirliuu. ton atioio I HUH, Ht Pul above 12DU an 1 Atih. PM. above tUH and to buy Wheat and Cotton on tvury allcht reaction. ... ... Can you afford to do buslnesa throuizh a broker who mil) seen one aide to a tuarLrt ami who unly ad les lou with a la" nf aettlnr btisln aa( rile for nur t HIIW'S LEl'TI'l on "WnEAT AND COrrON AH LOMl'Allllt) WI1H HTOCKS." It will coiiuln aouiti intoruiatlou thai )ou may Bud valuable. LEWIS A. MAY & CO., Consolidated with MAY, McKMVKl! TAINE, 31 & 33 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. t.i.. 1 Consolidated Stock Eiohanue of N. Y, Member, j Nlw yrk i.,0juc KaohanKO. Hlghetbankln reference and financial rating. INTMINATIONAI. l.UUAI. AMI COJI 3IICUCIAI. IlUlinAU. We combine commercial and local eiperltnce, hav. Ins connected with us eminent counsel and experi enced buslnesa men. Preliminary consultation free, Leital rifftite of women. Bankruptcy, by which all debt, are cancelled, Katatea and all Burrosato' Court practice. Wills drawn, preyed or contested, Admlnlslratora aud irunrdlatis aiMiolnted, Bonds furnished. Legal and commercial adtlce. Charges moderate. In accidents, neglUrente tasea and collsotlons no charge without favorable reault. IBRD'S COURT nillLDINO, 37 William at.. N. Y. INVESTORS SHOULD SEND FOR OUR SPECIAL LETTER. "THE IiIVKKIlKNCE bnlwarn TAST am) PIIICSKNT romlltlone, Tim basis for (ill K AT chnnecs In value.," Fres upon appllrnlluii, ENNIS & STOPPANI, eWf STOCKS. WHEAT. COTTON. ' NEW STREET, NEW Y02X. 1 1 ' ' : -j -j - n rrrs . -i fftBttUCtjU. A FREE TIP nut worth thonsand. lo yon, and Inanres future comfort.. You have made thousand. In the preseat rise. Dtn't wait until you have lest it all by a MIIIIIKN SMASH IK THE MAItKET. Pro tect yourself and family by buylnar one of my MOlJKI, 1IODHK8. Nothlnu better In Ore'er New York for the money. Three-story and 'basement inaaslva stone fronts. Prices, 114.B0O to 2(),OOi. 1 wentyfour sold out of thirty-three. Balnbrldiro at., between Hturvesant and Lewi. arts. For B,000 see 4 MO Hancock at., 2-etory and baaementt only one left out of four. Complete Imvnivemente for twofamllle.. Terms esT. Send for ILMINTRATKU IIOOK I,1:t. ltnuscs open every day till u P. U. Don't forget this tip. Act to-day. WALTER F. CLAYTON tup-to-dat. nmid On promisee at Dalnbrldge at., Bor. Brooklyn. HOLMES" & COT EMPIRE BUILDINO, 71 Broadway, New York. ( X. I. Stack Kxebintr. Member 1 A". 1. Cotton Jlirhtnmy. ( Chicago Hoard ot Trade. Branch Ofilce: LAKEWOOD HOTEL, I.AKEWOOD, N. J. INVESTORS, ATTENTION F The (rrratest nroflts ever known bare been made tn copper stock, during the laat two yrara. Last month', record tor bieprorll. has nner been equalled. The low-priced share, aro the Barest imealments and offer the largest profit). Iran offer a limited amount of sharr. In one of the best of the low-priced copper stores at a prlee that will be doubl.d In a few weeka. Write ror ''Tha Copper Situation " and other Information on oopper Investments. T. F. OAYXOR, 33 Wall St. NORTON & TUNoTILL, 33 WALL STREET NEW YORK. Memberaof the NEW YORK STOCK EXOIIANnE, NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE. Stocks, Grain, Cotton, Bo n d 9 &Jn vest mont Securities . MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on first mortgage, at 4, H and 5 per cent.; good Stroud Mortgages wanted; auburban loana negotiated. THOMPSON A MARTIN. 112.1 nroadwar. JAROE PROFITS are made bj- many mine.. Write for chTulara of our new plan of working. SURPRISE MININO ( 0.. East La. Ve;aa. N, M. V ANTED. Onsnlldated Exchange member ' wishes to meet capitalists to organlro corumla slon Arm. Address A. il . box 105 Sun nfflce. CiQ nfin HABalwara made and la" now maklnaj OO.UUU ia.ni)iayear; for partloularn address RANDAL U. FoOl E A- CO.. no RroaJway, New York, lii'iilcnils nail nteret. UNITED llREWrRIES COMPANY (of Clilcngo). Ooupona due February 1st, lHon, upon the First Mortgage fl per cent. Sinking Fund Oold Bonda of the United llrew.riea Company will bo paid by the i;onuneniai irusi company, ju uroa sireci. new York, or by theNJUlnols Trust and Savtnga Bank, Chicago. UNITED lIREWCniES COMrANT, By IB1D0R BAt'MOARTL. President, MISSOUTtI, KANSAS TEX 13 ItT. CO. 4(1 WALL ST., N. Y Jan. 24, lSPit. Ooupona maturing Feb, 1st, lfltni, on the Seonnd MnrtcnsTo llfinds of this Oompsny will be paid upon presentation at this othce on and after that date. 0. O. HEDGE, Vlce-Prest. and Treasurer. jtAn qvisct noxos. Swindler I'nlmeil n Lot Oft on William Henry 31onro, I.nte of tho Ilovverr, Vhon tho olty of Qulncr. 111., bonded Itself Bomoelelitpon yenrn nuo (or tho Missouri and MUilesIppl Itnilroad. counterfoils of the bonda wero cut. on tho mrirket. They havo boon turnlnu up at Intervals ever nlnco. Thirty three of thorn, found nmong tlio aeeurltios of the lato William Henry Mooro of this city, have just been stamped "counterfeit" at Qulncr. Mooro was an eecentrlo octogenarian, who died two years ago this wlnterat the Occidental Hotel. In the Iiowarv. whore ho had lived for many yoars. In the later years of his life he was easily entlcod Into an Investment that promised lnrco returns. Ho was eonornlly re puted to bo very wealthy. Maas .t Goldbore nre attorneys for tho estate. Mr Qoldberc said yesterday nfternoon that the estate Bhowed a nominal valuo of above $2,000,000. but that It was largely In securities of the character of the (Julncy bonds. Of thoo bonds Mr. Moorn had purchased over $20,000 worth. Mr Goldberg said. A Westerner had come on here a year or so bfore Mr. Moore died and sold him aome good bonds. These were metely "bait." as It turned out. and n little Inter, when thu Westerner caino back with th counterfeits to sell, Mooro took them readily. In a letter to his counsel, J O. Mooie, nephew and ndmlnistrntor of w. II Moore, says that lis has the name of two other perons In this city who were swindled by thosame Westorncr.and some effort mny bo tnailo to capture and runish tho swindler Mr. Mooro says th.it IhoKenuIno bonds aro worse In general appearance, and also In orthography, than tho jurlou ones. In tho genuine onescoupon is sucllcd "cupon." whilo tho correct spelling appears la tho fraud ulent bonds. FltAXKI.IX XATIOXAH 11AXK TO QUIT. Its Cnpttnl Is Impaired nnd It. Director Voto to Go Out of Ilustness, The Directors of the Franklin National Bank, at Dey and Greenwich streets, havo voted unanimously in favor of colnc out of business. On March 1 tho stockholders will decldo the matter. Thov will undoubtedly vote In favorof liquidation. The bank's canltnl. which is $200,000, Is un derstood to Ihi Impaired, tho Impalrmont being, at the worst, less than 50 per cent. Stockhold ers will havo to submit to nn assessment to ninko it ccod, or take what is comlni; to them and cjuit business. Tho bank, it Is stated, is too small to competo successfully with tho larj.-o downtown banks. It was started in lBlnl. with Kills II Itobcrts ns President and Charles r. James, son of ThotnaH I,, James, as Vice-President. Mr. James succeeded to the Presidency on tho appolntmentof Mr. Roberts to be Treasurer ol the United Htntes. Tho Srosent directors are: Charles F. James, oseph Ilnckel. Philip Carpenter, J. W. Cox, Wllilsm James. Ilrent Good, W, 1,. Janues, Kills II. lloborts. Oeortre West, K. M. Cutler nnd Theodore P. Huffman. Tho depositors will bo paid In full. The statement made by the bank to the Now York Clearing House Inst Monday reported net de posits of J I tli 1.000 Tho bank's loans wero $402,000, nnd its specie and legal-tender hold ings amounted to $."H.O0U. The directors at their mc-etlnc on Wednosday adopted resolu tions thanking Pn-sldent Juntos. Moo-Presl-dent Cutler and Cashier Van Deveutor for their fldollty to the bank's Interests. 20 C'rnl. Mors .Ton for Western Anthracite. Advices received In this city from Chlcaco yesterday announced that most of the Western anthracite coal aconclcs will make an adianoo of 25 cnts a ton In prices on Fob. 1. This brings Ihe price to $5 a net ton for stove coal, other sizes In proportion. The new prices are an advance of $1 n ton nt tint West from tho lowest figures rulluclast snrlnn and summer. The List of Referees. The following is a list of tha referees appointed In eaaea In tb. Supreme Court last week; Coin. Ihftruu Bu Juittce Fmlt. Met Life Ins. Co, vs. Crekich .John P. Clark. Weekea v.. Morton . Oenru. F. Oouraud. Matter f I.liar Frank 1). Arthur. Collins is. Matthews ,. .Jamta M. Ward, Central Trust Cu. vs. Colorl- tipoCo William L. Turner, Km, lud. Sat a. B'k vs. IIoppor..()eorgo F. Oouraud. Lyman e, Oriental Club . Mpsainoro Kendal. Malnea vs. lleltman. ..... Oeorgn N. Miaalter, llyinfti s a. Cooper . . John P. Clark. Ives vs. Uilte Denial O'Connell, Browne vs. Browne Chsrlt. D. Ollndorf, Dlum.nthal . Felix Frank I), Arthur. Brownell va, D Kiiplen .Isaac U. Ilrennan. Jty Juitict Iiook$tavtr. Oraham va. Smith Thomaa B.Odell. KummeMs, Nchrebeexky M, Ktrkland. Claiiham vs. Oakley Louis B. Usabrouck. N. V Life Ins. and T. Co. is. Mines . , A. A. Redr)!d. Matter of Wood .. Charlea II. Hubbell. Ti ler va. llahcuck. John J. McCauIc), Vialnon a, Milntvrc ., . laaao Fruramo, N. Y. Security laud T Co. vs. Roni-ktndiun. II. II, Anderson, MJi'stln Hotel Co. vs, Erro Hsm Odell. 1-arm is' L. and T. Co. t, Daly.Tirroucn SlcSIaniis, Matlerof Haul) Fiedorlok H. Parker, hloauf s, htuensou . r-tt jiheu H. Keating Wntsuu vs. Mclutyre Myer J. Stein, ttlllaou a. Dunrgan Rufus II. Uowln, Jr. rosterw. (Nioney luU. 11. llssbniurk. Matter of Dms Th. inline H ttKr. Matter of Leatuam.. David It. Dalv. lies vs. Ward . .... John E. Hrudsky, flllJuHict Truar. Eaynor ta. Blre. Royer Foster, UvJuittci Xaih, Oanla vs. Flanders . linn n. Torrance, Runsew, Burling Janus R. lorts.ire. Ilu Jutttri Xmuth Eaightvs. Charles Edward L. Patttrscn, i sftaVllMffanrtM iiiST'l ffi ilrli i-iiSHuu.ui.t Subtle OtiKK. aAjstAAHUMS Av -s. .issagSi.SiaTSNMs,ssvs'slssJssl J)03t OFPIOE KOTICE (Shotiid U read DULY by all Interested, aa change, may occurat any time.) Foreign mail, tnr trie week ending Feb. 4, 1890. will .closo (PROMPTLY In sit cases) at thooeneral Post Olflce as foilowsi PARCELS POST MAILS closo one hour eatPer than closing time shown below, TRANS VTLAN HO MAIIJl TUKSDAY.-At 7 A. M, for EUROPE, per ateam.hlp Haale. via Soutlampton and Bremen. WFJNEHIHY. At 7 A.M. (supplementary ) A. M.) for EUROPE, per.teamshlp St. Paul, via South- amptoni atll A. M, (supplementary lOiUO A, M.) for EUROPE, per aieamshlp Brltaunlr. via (Juoeiisloiriii at lui.10 A M. for Belgium direct. )er steamship botlthwark, via Antwerp (letter mnat bo dlrrcbHt "perSonthwark '). BATURDAY.-At "tiao A. M for ! HANCK. SWITZER- Is.. LANP, ITALY, SPAIN, l't'ltTUOAL. TURKEY, IHIYPTatid IIHITISII ISUIA, per steamship La (laacogce, vlt Ilatre iletlera for other parte of Europe must be directed " per La flsscogne); at 1 (lino A. M. for KUitOFK. per teamahlti Auraidj, via gucenshiwn tletteta for Trance, Bwlttf rlaud. talr, Spain. Portuual, Turkey, Egypt and British ndiamtist bedlroitcd "per Auranla")! at A. M. for NETHERLANDS direct, per aleairahlp Edam, via Rotterdam (letters must be directed " per Kdam -it at ti A M. for ITALY, per steam ship Allor, via Mplca (letters must ho directed "per Aller"); at 11 A. M. for NOiiWAY direct, per steutrpliUi Thlngvalla (letters Hunt bo di rected " per Thing, alls " . TRINTED MATTER, Ac Oerman .learners sailing on 1 uesdays tas. Printed Matter, Ac, for laer many, and Special!) Addressed Prlntid Mattfr. fcc. for other parte of Europe. American and White Star stnauiers nn W-dnesdays, (lenuaii atnamera on Tlmrxdats, uml Cunnrd, l'rrnch and tlerniansteMncrsoii Saturdiys take Printed MM ler, Ike. for all .numilrsfor whirli theyatoad vertlaed 1 1 ram mill. After the clcelng ot the Supplementary Transat lantic M iila natneil above, additional supplementary malls aro opened on tho pieta of the Anerlcan, Eng lish, riencn andOerman iteameiii, and remain open until within leu Minutes ur tho hour of silling of ateainer. MAILS TOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES. Ac, BUXDAY.-At 2 an A. M. fur NASSAU, N. P., per steamer train Miami l'la MONDAY. At 1 P. M. for HHAZIL. per etosrashlp Kaflir Prince, via PniuanibiKound Suntos (lettam for North Hrnrtl must be directed "iier Rafllr Prince"); at tl P. M. f r lllCI.I. IX, PUERTO COIt TKisnd OUATKMM.A. .er steamer tiom New Orleans, at 1 1 P. M, for JAMAICA, )er steamer from llalumore. TUKf-DAY -At 2,ao A. M. for PItOORKPO, per steamer from Mobilo; at I P. M, for MEXICO, per steamship Ithnla, vjft Proun-n and Tumidco (letters must be dlrtctid " ))er Ithaka" i; at 1 P. M. fni PORTO RICO, per !ea9,h!i Arkttdla, vlaSanJuatiint .i P. M for COSTA HUM. per ati-amer from New Orleans, at ti P, M, lor JA MAICA, per steamer from Ili.trn. WEDhESDAY. At J3..WI A. II. for NASSAU. N P. per Htiamer from Minmi, ria.iatwA M. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES direct, per stpatuslilp ('half oar; at It) A M. lor POIIIO I1ICO, per United States Transport; at lo A. M. isuiiplineniary 10:10 A. ,M for I OUT All PRINOli PBIlt OOAVEandJEltEMIE. tier ste.imslili Atl.os, at lu A. 31 (Hiipplementary li ::n A, M.) for f Al'E HAlTI, AL'X.UAVr.s, JAllMriablld hA.STA JHll TiiA. icrrtc.imelilp Aiulie; at I P. M. for CUBA, via Havana, a'so CAMI'Wlil:. CHIAPAS. 1A BAb(Oaud YCCATA.N, )ier sii.i.nshii Mgllatioia (letters for other ports of Mmlro muet be di reeled "per g lancla ' at 10 P. M. for JA MAICA, per ateamer from l'Jill-id, lphla TnuilKDAY. -At I P. M. (U)it)..inentiiij-l 30 P M i for NASSAU N. P., (.UANTANA.MO. HAN1IAHO CIS C'UBV. MVNANILLO. and ClENl'L'hOOa, iier steamshi)! r-unroi. BATUnDAY. At U::ioa M. for NASSAU. N. P . per stoamer from Miami, r la : at 7 A M. lor 11RAIL and LA PLA'IA C d'NTRIK-, per ntiatnililp llevellus. via pe-nainbuco, Bahia and Mo ,)a nejro (lett(ra forN irth Ilia. 11 must ne direcli d "tier Heielius' . at 10 A M (supplem.-iitaiy innu a. .u i ror l wilil rs r. ni,(;vii. .iv.u vic.v, 8AVANILLA, UAIITHAOIINA, Jiid (KiEi I OWN, terhtiamshl)) h ne drtters foi C'ot.i Kua mint jedlrected "per Alene'i, at 10:,ii) A. M. for HAITI, per steamship l'rtns F. HenJrik ileltcia for Veuexula. Cuncao, Trinidad, llr t,eh a-fl Dutch Oulani miirt be tllrected "jier 1'iirii. F. Hendrlk"); at 11 A M. for CUBA, per nteaniiddp Havana, via Haranc letters must be dirccto I "per Havana"i; at 12 M. tor NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamship Portia, at 12 M tor P01ITO I1ICO, per etoiuifbtp Evelyu. vi i Ponce, at 12 M 'sup plementary I P.M ifurCENIItAL AMEK CA-5-cept Cosia Rica i and .SOUTH PAlIFIOPOIlT-a, por steauiehlp l-'lnanie, via Colon ilettere fur (lu.it.i mala must be dirt rttil "per Kll anci." at 12 3D P M. iHiuuilementaij 1 p M , ror liritMI'DA, B1VTUOMAS, HT. I ItOIX. LK :W Alt!) anil HINjJ. WARD ImLa.NDS, also Dl MERAItA, per atnm ship Madinna tlettera for H.rbailoH mutt bo .11 lected "perMadlana". at I P.M for hl'KVI TAS and OIBARA, per strsmsliip Ardaurosc. SUNDAY. At r, A. M. tor IiVRuADOS. also NORTH BRAZIL, via Para and Mhiibos. per atejundiiii Fluinliiena., at m 80 P. M. lor HI'. PlKltHE MlgUELON, er sleatuei from IUhr.ii. Malla for Newfoundland, by rail to Noith Sydner. and thence by steamer, close at this othce 'tally at s:30 p. M., connecitng rloscs h-re even Mon day, Wednea, lay anil 1-atnrdsi. M i.le for Minun lou. by rail to Boston, and theln-n by i.tmmr, close at thla nlllrn d.,il at H :io P. M. Malls for Culm, by rail to Port Tumpn, Ma., and tlu-ncn by ateatnrr closest thisoilico daily (oxiejit Monday) at 17 A. M., conucct'ns closes heie every Kuuday. Wedm-.day end Frl.lav Malls for Cuba. b mil to Miami, I'll., an 1 thence by fctcau.er, close at thla oflko eiery Monday, Tuehday and Saturday at 12:,1o A. M , connecting i lose here every Tuei Ctkj aud Saturday, MatU f,.r Movlco Citv, over land, unless specially ndthvesi d for despatch by steamer, rinse nl this ofllre ilnil rt 2-,'iiA. f, and 2..10 P. M. SKeuM-r. d umllcloses at H P. M. uroilouedjy, Sitegltered mail closisatUP. M. second day before. TIlANbPACIFIC MAILS. Mail, for Hawaii, per steamship Australia (from San rranclaro), cloao here da L up to l'eti. 2 at it. so 1'. M. Malls for China anil Japbii. por steanf hip Riojun Maru 'from b, att,, clos lu-ie dally up torch 2 at i':no P. M. 'Iiih for Australia (pi. rent West Alislrallv), Now Zealand, Hawaii and Fiji Island, per steainsh p A lnmgl 'from au rouvert, close here iljiiy after Jan. jjl ami ii)i to Fob 2 at it id p. SI. Mini for China, Japan and Hawaii, per steamship Coptic (Iroin Si.il'iun-i-isto), close here dally ll)i to Feb. f. nt (:Hl) P. M. Mails forChlua and Jamu. per steilniip (' llliubia (from Taeonin). olie heie daily up to 1 eb. Kit at (1 .lu P M M.v.U for Australia ilx cept tlioseforWept Aiihtralia whli h are furwardt-d via hurope). New Zeal.iud. Hauall, Fiji an 1 "-i-u oau lelands, pel sttatifhlj) Monnn from S.n Francisco), cloe lieru dalll after 1 eb. a J at 7 A. M., 1 1 A. M. and Dt.'lO P M., final closing o-i arriialof hiearnahip Caiiipmia, d'le to conne. t with il:3o P M thee Ftb. It. Ma.ls for china i and Japan, per steamship Empressof China (trom Vanoouveri, close heie d illy up to Kb. 120 at I (1:80 P. M. M ills for the hi" 1. ty Ih amis, per ship Oalilee ifrom Salt FrancUcut. tluie lure dally up to Tel . 22 at (I ,u P. M. TranspactAi mails ate forum-ded to pert of sailing dally and the scln iltilo of cloflnxl amnged on th'i presumption of their uninterrupted ovmlaud trun- j alt. tllt'glsterrd mall dotes at ti p M. previous dav . I CORNEI.lt S VAN COT1, I'o-tluustir. Post Office. Nw Yolk, S Y Jan. 2n, IMl)l. OFFICE OF THE HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER OF THE TOWN OF PEI.HAM. I'l.LHAM. N. Y.. .lull. 24. 1BII9. PUBLIO NOIICh IS IIEIIEIIY OIVEN tint tho Westchester E't tr.i Rnlr.'iid I'oiuinnv. a toinpiiliv duly oivaniid under the ljiinof theStateof New York, for tho piiiM)fH of buihlliiL-. 'onatruciltig, maintaining and oporatlnga ttuct toirface railroad In tho town nr Pallium, N vr Ynr, , lis mad-' appli. cation to the Highway Commissi' n-r nf tlio snld tiwn of Pulhain t br.lU, tonstriut, maintain and opeiate a street a irfaeu ra!lrad tlirouch. upon and along the following ftru ite, avenues, highways and roa la lu tho tov n of p. Iham, uamel : Coinliielif'ing at the Hutchltonu Rher nn the boundary Hue of the city or Mount Vernon at tho end of Ihe proposed South Pulton avenue extension of the raid west -heatir Electric Railroad in the city of Mount Vernon, and tliouoe soutt.trly. with single or double tracks, thr ugli, upnnaml siting piltate property and South Fulton avenue extemloil or Pel lim Parkwai to the Bot m turnpike; thence eaat arly, with single or double t ia"ks, through, upon and along the Boston turupll e 1 1 the boundary tlno of the village of prlhsiu Minor, theneu e.iutheasterlv, wlthsinyleoriloulile track, thiom-h. upon nnd d '))g private property or tho Host n turnpike and Pclhvm lallo to the llitenovllnu of Pilliain lane villi the boundary line of the. Ullairo nf pdliant Manor; thence southerly, with slnulu or d ublo tracks, through, upon and along 1'. Iham lane to lis Infr act! ion with Waalili'itt n avenue; thence ttstnrjr. with stnul't or doul'lu tricks, throng ., upon and along Washington avenue and WnsliHii.ton avenuo eit.ndrd, to lis Int. rsuc ion w th Dip it plae" or Bipiitif ra place, aud tbeiico uortlieih, with snule or dotill' tra t, througli, ui'on and along D.tpot plai n orllin-ilii s plutu to lis nt, raeitlon vrlth p. Iliam. dale aveiiun. u eonnict with the present lino nf tho said Wtstihcsttr Electric Railroad Company on P, . hnmdale iiienue. ALSO, beginning at tha intrrscllon of Business place and Wasiiingtoii anniie, ttiencc soirherly. with single or double traeks, thrr.uxh, op m and along lluslners place to Its iu!rr'rll n with Hunter an line; tht nee vent rly, with single or tloti' le track., through, upon auti along Hunter avtmi. to l,s Intersection uttli Btistness plate to the southerly boundary linn of the town of Pelliaiu. Said application will ilmt l considered by the said HlghHay Comnilssloi er nn tho lltli day of February, I Hull, at a meeting to ho held at Hie Com missioner's residence, at Prospect Hill, Polham, at 4 o'clock P. M, By order of the Illghw.vy Commissioner. M. J. DONLON, Commissioner. ERIE RAILrBaeT Through trains leaio Now York, foot of Chamber, trei t, as follows, ami five minuter earlier from Wast 28,1 st i (1,1 Vi A. M.-Vestlbuled Express dally for Blng 'J,JJ haniton. Waierly, Elunra, Bmialo, Brad ford, srrlvei Bulfalo n P, , Parlor cur to Ilirlalo ).(( I'. .11.-Vestibule limited-last mvil dally. .vjw Holld train for Clip ago, arrliesat Clevelvn I 7l4l) A.M., Chi' ago 5 P.M. blupris to Chhago, Cleveland and Cliiclnuatl, Dining Car. 7,sJ( V. ai.-lluir.ilti and Clan land Vestlbuled ,tij n.prtsa daili, trnvea liullalo 7t('i A. M llradforl 7 2(1 A M.. laiunstowii 7.0) A M , Youngs town Uii27 A.M., (Ileulund 12 30 P.M. bleej.cra to BuftsloaS'l Clev eland Cafe Ulnar) Car. (I.I -" J. .11,-Dailj solid train fui llliighamton, 'J' I ' Elnilra, Waveily, Olihago. slteiieia to Hor nellsville, Chic igo ami Cincinnati. Dining Car. ri'JCICI.IH. LOCAL TIME CARDS AND PI LLMAN J ACCOMMODATlONh at ill. ll.'l, 2UI, 41)1 and Itr," Ili-oadna), 127 lloiviry, l.'.tUUist I2.MI1 at., and 3711 West I'J.MIi at , Cliamlier it ii I Vie.t 2.'(d at. ter ries, New York, a.i.'iauduilt) Pulii'ii si .nx lln adwHy, Brooklyn; 122 lllwrat., Ilobukeii, and .lei. Cuy station. New ork TiaiirfrrC.t. calls foraiult'liteka baggage froni hotels and roiudi'iirrn tmUatliiatlou. KAV'JIO.NU at AVIIITCOM1J, Tours iintl '.'it'Kots, Si Kust 11 Hi St., Union Si. AVosI, Xw Yorlc. Agents for prin i allia nap rla'Ion comran.es, and tlciets .old at aatm ij.s,, . tie ,t a ha ts Heo, i in of lOLt-e, II ptjid.le'l liroliut , I), a lOIQ.uitir tl -lis ita nt in i.'tisii e, ill anan..f to nt i r t nvr.:i lu li , I tat ('. l.i I o 1, lit. I Is ('. ,, t si. I 1 uuid',p.!4 lice. luvVhuliuOiU loth Si. J Pennsylvania STATIONS foot of West Twenty-third Street and Desbros.es aad Cortlan.lt Streets. . TS-The leaving time from Desbroase. and Oort- lantlt Street. Is ten mlnutea later than that given be low for Twenty-third Street station. 7180 A. .11. FAST MAIL. Pullman Buffet Parlor CnrNew York to Pittsburg. SleeplngCarntUburg to Chicago No coaches to Pittsbmv. BiROA. .11. FAST LINE -Pltlsburg and Cleveland. OlGO A.. II. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.-Pullman Oompartmeiit, Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Ob servation Cars, lor Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Isititsvllln. St. Louis lllMII. .11. CIIIC.AOO ANDST. LOUIB EJCPRIMH. For hasltvlllo tU Cincinnati), Indlanapolia, Chi csgo, St. laiiils. fliBO i. 31. WESTERN KXPRESS.-For Chicago. For Toledo except Saturday. 710 l SI. SOUTHWESTERN EXrRESB. ror Pittsburg, rlev land, Cincinnati, Louisville, In dlanapolls, St Louis. 7t40 l. ,M. PACIFIC EXrRESS.-ror Pittsburg and Chicago. Connects for Cleveland except Sat urday. 8lS3 l. ,11. MA1LAND EXPRESR.-Pullman Bnffst Sleeping Car New lork to Altonna, East Llbtrty, Pittsburg and points West, dally except Sunday. No coaches. WASHINGTON ANI TUB SOUTH. 7i-r.o, M-20. 11:20. I:o0 iDinlng Can, 10.60 (Dining Oar) A. M., 12-M). 1 oOC!:20 "Congressional Um.. all Parlor and Dining Oars), 4.20 (Dining Car), 4:10 (Dining Can, :,-,() P. M 12:05 nlsht, Sunday. H-20, lt:2(i lo no (Dining Car) A. M., 12:r.O (3 20 "Con gr, ts.oual 1.1m.." all parlor and Dining Cars), 4-20 (DlulugCari, 4 r,0 (Dining Curl, H.&u P.M., 12:01 iilitht. BOUI1II.RN IHILYv'AY. "Florida Limited." 11:R0 A. M. iek days. Express, 4:20 P. M 12 OH night ATLANTIC COAST LINE. "Florida Special." 1230 P.M weekdays. Express, i:20 A. M. and Sito P. 11 dally. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. 4:60 P. M. lift tit 1011 OLD POINT COMTORT and NORFOLK. 7lW) A. M. week da) s and 7 40 P. M. dally. ATLANTIC CITY.-1 r() P, M. week dav. (Desbrosse and CnrlltniiltHtrciU 2 lo P. M.i. Through Veil. I tilrtl Train. Rurlcl Parlor Cars, Pasjenger Coach an I Comhtncd C mi h CAPE MAY -12 oil p M week day.. I.oiig Branch. Asbtin Paik tlnterlsken. Sundays), Oi can (lrtiveaii'l point Pleasant (fnvm West Twen ty thlitl Stn et station . r. no A M . 12:20, a 20and 4:f.o P M. Suiulavs. ii:2ii A. M , 4 r.o P. M. ifrom Deslu-ossrs and Cortlsndt Stieetsi, U:lo A M., 12:ro. a 40 and f. In P. M. Sundiya, u..ir. A. M., r.. 16 P.M. roit riiiLADiu.rniA. 0. 10, 7:20. 7T,o, p-20 s:rio, n:2o (inr.o Penna. Lim ited). 11-60. Dining Cari, lo.'U tinning Car,, 11 SO A. M , 12 60, l r.o. 2 r.o a no, 4-20. 4:20 Dining Car). 4.60 iDinlng Cur), 6:ro iDinlng Car), 7:40, Mill P. M., 12:11", nuiil. Sumtajs 11:10, H:2u,H:r.(i, i-2ti, t:6o (Limited), o:,Vi, li) niiit)lnliiT(.'arA M 12.60. I16O (DiningCar). itivi, 4120 (Dining Ca"), 4 an (Dining Can, r,:.',o (Dining Car), 7:4ii, H..10 P. M 12-uo night. Ticket Plllces Noe. 4(11, B44, Him. last, 111, and 2UI nr, odwaj-, 1 Astor House, West Twenty-third Street Station ami stall 111s foot of DcMbrt-sses and CirtUinlt streets, 1 Court Street, HtlO Fulton htret t, its Broadway, nnd Pennsvlianla Annex Station, Brookljn, Htatlnn.Jersey City. The New York Irin-fer Companj will call for and check bvegaen from hotels aud residences through to des-lnation. Telephone "2767 Eighteenth 8treet" for Pennsyl vania llallrns.il Cab Service. J. B. lU'H'H'NsON. J.R.WOOD, (It neral Manager. Oen.ral Pafs'r Agent. ROYAL BLUtTLINE ROUTE. """ Finest Bayliglit Train in the World! MAKING TASTKST TIMK nKTWIIKN New York, Philadelphia, Balti more and Washington. Via Central R. R. of New Jersey, Philadelphia & Reading Ry., Baltimoie & Ohio R. R. NO EXTRA CHARGE. Leaio South Perrj. foot of Whitehall Strtet, Ter minus of all eletated roads, 2 B.", P. M. Dalljr. Leave foot of LU ertr Str-ct 11. no p. M. Dally. Arrie Washington, H r. M. Daily. Other Royal Blue Trains. Tor PIIILAUEIPiriA. HALTIMnllE and WASH IMliON l..ii i.ibi.t. St. Pirn. IH-ot). in 00 (Din er. 'lltni. M. 'Diner, tl too P.M , tl no iD.ner), ",i 110 '"ltojal Liuiitiil, Eiclusive Pullniau train), son (Diner, HOP M and -I2ll.. nijlit. NOIt FOI li. tl:00 P. M. Luie r-outh Perry .'. minutes earlier. All (tains are illuminated with Pintsch Light. (Jlti e: 1 1:1. 172, 2111,4.14 12H4 UioitUii,. It East 1 J til M.. 1 ', II en. N. Y , ,)Mt, :i44 Filtouet., BnoklMi, Whitehall liin.inal. ".UIKlllt'A'S '('.Ki;AI'lr "ll.Hl.KOAIl." NEW YORK CENTRAL. Allthiough Irainf s. pat Albiuv, I'tha, Sracuso, l.oehe 1 r and B.uTalo. Trilns leaMi (Iralid Lelltrtl bullion as follows: 8 "k M -D.tlh , except hunUiije. Famous .OU EMPIIIL-al'ATKlM'UESH, LIMITED. Fastest t.a u 111 the iT.-rlil. Duo Uu.1a1o 4. 4.,, Niag ara Fa'l ' ..', 'ltiionto 11 in P. M. Detroit 11. m P. M. Linute.l to It t-eat Tig . ainrltv. U. I : A. M - I AST MAIL, D.lly-fur Btltralo. Nl IJ iff n-ara Falls and ( le,dlul. I ).') J .M.-Dk lAP'O-.S--. except Snndirs 1 s-,.)V Itir lltiTJal j antl all liupoitaut Now Yoik l.fllV V''ll'-SOrrilWESlEIlN LIMITED ar.d l.UU l lllCAO "sPKIVL. Dally rur Colillllltua, I'nicit.iiiitl, null inapous, st Ioiitt and e h.cago. D,'J P. M -Ti.m AND ALllANk hPKC'UL, ex O.OXJ 1. j.t Muniia; Miiisiit important ftatloua. r,'J)l'.)l -1 AI1. SlIOltE LIMIJED, Iltlly-24-aJ.tlW 1j ,ur tra u to. Cttieai o, via Lake sliorc. Duo CleltUlid 7 (T, , M 'ChleJgo 4 ,10 P, M, Sleep lug and parlor 1 areouli. G.Clii '" M. WIH.KIt.N EXI'ItESt. Dallr For UU Nhgara lall., Itirouto, Cleiolaud, ToUdo, l)t tioitauit Chit act. ('.! ?. P M.-MJinilEUN EXI'ltESI. Dallv-l'or l;.MtJ Mont'eul. n I, nice .t batu.iisv, fot Ottawa. 7,'Jll P- M.-ADlltUNDM IC llOUNTAIKS AND I .OXJ MON I HEM, FAi'lllX-l. Dally Via Ctlca h.'-efl'"- M -111 HALO AND SOI7THW1241KRN O.tJU fal-Li 1AL, Dilly-I'or N'ligara Falls, Clevo land. Clio imiatl. Indiana point ami Ht. Lou's. 9,1 K P. M.-PACiriC E.PltEhtl, Daily-For Os- J tj ueo, (Utljnsbiirg, llutralo, Magarx Falls, Cleveliud, T d 'flu. Chic igo, a til, eioepthatur tla , for Cttpu mi nt and the An burn read. 1 9.1 ( NI(llr.-.MIDN10,lTi:xPIIE!iSF01tCIlI. Ji"l eAUO Ei try iilghtext.pt bunday night. Sunday night I'lilt ago )ccp rs 1. ale at u:15. IIAUI.I.M JJlMnioN. Oild A. M. anil .1 3-. P. M. Dully, except Bundy, to Plltntleld. bliuilai H null at lt:2n A. M. Wagner Pilate 0 is on all thro lgh trains. Trains lluimi.at.il villi Plutai h ll.-ht. Ticket oluci at Hit 'Jul. 413 and 1142 llroadway, (11 last 14th st , 21", Coliiikbuaat , til Wust I. nth st . ( rind Cutitil Stii'011, 12' Hi St. Station, and , 18"tb ht itaih lit Nnw Y. nt: J.'ts and 720 Fulton st and lou llroadwai, I. 1),, Bmoklyn 'lelephoiie "27lK Tlurt.-eiithth street" for New York 0, nln.1 ( ub Si tie. B-i.giut) e-lucked frou hotel or ieaidence by Wt sti-ott Kproa Compaay, UEOKUEH. DANIELS, Uriioril Paaeugir.,-Ilt, UL'I.AAVAKK, LACKAWANNA A! WKST- 1CKN It. It. Stntlona In v Ituh, loot nf Ttnrrlny nntl lirlsttMilittr Stri-fls. VEbTIIII'I.i: IKVINh, rUI.I.SIAN Ill'l'I'IIT 1 ;.A It-s, I'l.Msl II 1,1(1111', 81OO A. .M.-Bliigliamtou Mall. Stopa at prlnrlpxl etat'.ons, initio A. JI. (Cxfe Can Buiralo, Brranton. Blng. haniton Owt go, Kha a, Klmlra, Ft a, Bi ia use, and 0igo Enuiss Pollmaii butlrt tiarlm-cirs. Conuutilng at Dutlalo with train, for Chliaio and points Wist. liOt) I'. M. Dally) Chicago and Buffalo Vestlbuled Exiiresi' for bcranton, Bliivhaiuton and Elmlra, ao, Piiilmiin bullet pari tr cars to J-.liinra. through sleeping cara aun ti.iy i-oacn to unit ago, arriving at 4 If, I' M. utxttlay, 4ilt0 I. 11,-Scranton, Wllkfsbarre and Plymouth Expi, as, Pullman liiidet arlorcars, 7iiM) V. M. (Daily) Chicago Nieuhulo Limited Ex. 11 ink f.-r Hi i jhutiin, Blugliaii'ton, Elinlia, Buffalo, Jhrougn bullet sltiepingt'ai New Yur to Chicago, Diuftiuiai wettof liullalo flil'O 1. .H.- j1Ij ) lulTal.i Express, Pullman slue-per for Scranlon. lllnghamtoh, Elmila, Bath, Mt. Morris ami H'lllUo, airlilug Buffalo H A. M. Uilll) I'. M, -ilifllyi lliitlalo, scranton, llliigham ton, Owego, Ithaca, Elmlra, Syracusu, Utlca aud Oswego Express Pullmsn buff, t aleepera. Tlckuls fiiul Pulliue-i accominod itioits at Henry Oai" & Sous, Ltd . 11" Broadway, 14 Park placo, 430 aud 1)42 llioadnoy. TI keta at feiry stations. III 4th av i-oi. 12lhat.,ill West 12Bthst., 2Jr Colum. biistti,, Nuw Y irk, ,i.'t(aud 72') Fulton sL.andlotl Broatlvia). Brooklyn. Time tabic gli log full Infor mation at all stations. Westcot,'. Fxpri'M Company will call for a.td chock baggage limn h tt 1 and re'sltlrm o to distillation, BALTIMORE & OHIO E. E. SCHEDILE IN F1H.OT MIVF.M1IF.F. 20. IHDtl. I.iave New Y"ri, Whit, hall Ttn.iiual iHuuth Perry) and foot of l.tbt rt j street. Dad) tl.xrtpt Sunday ISiimlaya. TIIIl'Miil'M (10 A.M . from Liberty strietcnly), l;jr. p. M and '12 r, nighi PIl'IMil'Ittl t4 111 A. M from l.lbrrty alreet only. ..'". p M. -I.' I , iiight. ( I.SCINNA Usf. I.ul II. sp ,.-, A. M f 5ft P. M. SEW OIII.UAM.. -' ''.)'. M ROYAL BLUr-- TRAINS. WAhlll.M.'ios, BtLI IMdHE. 17 Wi. 'ti.r.n tinner), "II 'if, A. M iIiiiimi . tif '.'. P. M.. II 2.'. tDiiitn. jrtVi")l ial L iiittetl. ' Evltstie piil.itiiiu tialm, "4:. t Dinr . V. p M and TJ in Light. NOIt iLh. Ilk.v. p M Mln mis ar iiiiiiini.iteil with Pintsch I.ljiil. lilies ll.i.i;.'. .'I 4R4, 12 "s I Dirujwa , ,tl East lltli st, I.' II. a r V . , Il.lli )(! Fulfil sl id ,1,1 n IVhlt. lull T 10 .ial lligua. ehei.k(Cl I fiuu.h .ilui iKUiiuci u ditliuatieu, I nt&? fc.j . ..,.. .,. .v, i- if. . . - . u ..- u.l. -.. aBtammamammBg3mmmmam tSDaaaaausaaiaBi W-nlUanAt. Lehigh Valley System. Stations foot of West aid S tpjnn. It. n.), Corllandt . ., or Desbrossta ht, Indicate, time, imm .West 2,ld St. Other figures .hnw time fmm Cortland I or Dnst.ros.ea Bt. flislO, TiOO A. M. daily for EAB10N and Interme diate station). JiOO, Hiln A. M. dally, for WH.KKflBAP.ItK. fiCIlAN TON, H'HACA, flLNKVA, IIOCllF.STEit, BUF 1'ALO. NIAIiAlIA FALL-) and the Wst anil principal local pomts: nlulng car and Parlor car to 1) itralo. It ISO, tfciKO n ion dalp, eioenl Sunday. UliAt'K lIAMOS(I Kl!tK.S9," arrives Buffalo 11.6ft p M. Pullman Vestibule Dsv Ooaebes nd Parlor Cars Dining Car Service. Mcala alaraite. Connect, nt lluoalo with through sleepers to Detroit antl Chicago. ISiSO, HOO P. M. dallj- for EsSTON, MVUCll CHUNU. WILP.tHBAIlltE, SCBANION and Ci-al branches, . fliOll, 4tlo P, Jt, dally, exeent Sunday, for WlLKEbnAItllE, PI'ITSTDN.SCnANTON and prin cipal Intermedial.) stations. Cjnueeu for all points l'!..,'1 feglons. ltillinsn B.iCet Parlor Car for WILKhSBAllBE. lfin, ana P, SI. Sunday only, for SIAUClt CHUNK and Intermediate statioua. MiftO, fliXO V. SI. dilly, except Sunday, for EA(TON and Intonnodiato atatloua. fliao. Uiiio p, SI. dally, extent Sunday, for ExS TON and principal Intermedial, stillrns. 0S0, 7iOU P. St. dally for Bl'FrAI.11. NIAOABA FALLS and all points West. Pullman sleeper eati bnle train N. Y. to Chicago. Hlm-pers tn Butialo and Toronto. Dining Car New York to Fusion. 7l4(), 8 00 P. SI. dally, .topping only at BOI'TH PI.AINHKLI), Es.H10. 11KI lll.F.HKJI. SI.M'CII OIU'NK, SAYItE. Ul'.NEVn. ItOJHIMTKIt, BUF FALO aud TOItONTO. P11lt11.au Sleeper for Biiflalo. Nono but deeping rar pasaengoia larrled. No baffgpgctarr ed. H ., 8 110 P. SI duly for WILKESHAnBE, ITHACA, (II.. VA, ROCHESTER, BUFFALO. Ni( AHA FALLS e -id all polnta West. Pullman slecpor to (hlcago. Additional local trains dally, except Sunday, for SOUTH PLAINF1ELD, BOUND ilHOOK and Interme diate point, leant as follow. lo.2u, iimvi A. SI. I'Jsio, 2::to to south Plalnfleld only), 3:.o, 41211, SUOandM.SOP. SL Clinnc or Time, 1V1. rih. 7t0, HilO A. SL dally, for WILKr.SlUP.HE. SCItANiON, ITHACA. (IENEVA. HOl'ilLSTKll, BLTFALO. NIAtlAP.l FALLS and the West. -fllftl). (Illll P. SI. dallr. lot BUrFALt), NIAGARA FAIJJtAiid all points West. Tickets antl Pullman accommo Ixtlons at IIS, 2(11, 27(1, .lor,, U44 and 1,-12.3 Broidwar,. 'II E. 14th St., I. Ml E. IXMhHt., 127 Bowerr, N. . hiio Fulton St.. 4 Court St., US Broadway and B.vtoalvn A.inex, llrooll.ni. N. Y. Transfer Co. will a nil fo, ai d check liaggxgs from hotel or residence tluough to destination. flew York and Boston All Rail. N. YH N. 11. k II. It. It ami connections. From Oram! Oemral station. Iiave By way of Due. 11.00 A. M Sprlngfleld and W 'rcester, a-.io P. SL 10:00 A, SI. ttNrw London and Providence, n:00 J", St. 110103 A. SL, New London ind Pi-ovidcncc,4-2r, P. M. 12:oo M bur ngtleld and -iTcster, r..io P, SI. II OOP. SL, Air Line, vis. WHllmsntlr. 11 on P. SI. I :"ii P, SI . Now I.oudon and Pitivldence, 7-oi) l SL ,'t.OOP. St.. NewUimloniindProildeiirc. a 00 P. M. 4:0') P Si , "Springfield and Woteestnr. 10.00 P, 51. 15:00 P. SL.'Nnv London and Providence, 11 :om P. M. II 1:00 P. SL, "Springfield and Worcester. 11:11 A. SI. 1 1 2:00 P. SI ."New London and Provldenro, U.2S A. SL Ituns dally, Including Stinday ItBay Slate Llmltrd, all parlorcars; fare, 7, In cluding parlor car seat. JAir Line LlmKed, arrhes and departs from Park Square Station, Boston Return rerx lee same hour and by aame route. (Will nop at 12.1th st. ahrough parlor and sleeping earn by eioh train. O. T. IIESIPSTEAD, (iou. Paa-.. Agent, xviroii wiciimtrj. AIUERICANLilN r AST i:iMth.ss snuvici:. NEW Y()ItK-SOl)THA5IPT0N-IX)ND0N. Balling Wednesday it 10 A. Iti. Bt. Paul Teb. I St Louis Slurrh 1 St. Lnula. . Feb. h St. P nil ... .Map-h 15 St. Paul . . .Fob 22 St. Louis . , March 22 RED STAR LINE. NEW Y0nK-ANTWEt!P-PAll!3. Kiery Wednesday at 12 noon. 8outhwa-k .. Feb. 1 "Kentilngton Feb. tR Wrutoroland Fob. 8 Noorill.mil Fob. 22 lhese steatner-t t arry only s-coml and third class para ngeta at low rates. I INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Pier. 14 and 15, N, It. oult e, Bowling Ore.n. cnuiSE to tiik Titorics. lnclu ling BEAUTIFUL JAMAICA, to leave New YorL, January 27, byTweedle Line a 8. ARDANR08E. A four weeka' tour to Jamaica. Guatemala. Hon duras and Nicaragua, costing only 12il0C. For other sailings at later dit-e, particular, and fur ther Inf rmatlnn, applv to BAYMOND 4 WU I TCOSI B, (Kmeral Paaxenger Agents, 01 East 14th St., Union So,iuro West, Now York. CLYDE LINE. CHARLESTON. 8. C. AND .1 CRbON1LLE. FLA. Tho tourist routi' to nil hculhcrn Winter Resorts, Nassau and Cuba Steamers leave- Pior 2P. Eaat Itlver, 8 P. SI. COMANl'llE lue-dai.Jan 81 ALUONgi'lN Fiiday, rub. 8 It'liyfOIS .Tuteday, Feb. 7 COMANt'HE Friday. Feb. 10 Forfrcignt and passage raleis and general Infor mation apply to W'M. P CLYDE CO . lieu. Agents, (j Howling llreen, Nev xork. G't H'th'n Freight aud Push. L re. 'la Charleston, r C. an I P. Fast F'ght a'nl Pas Line, la JacLson illc. TUI.O. (1. EliEll. (I. B7.1 Broadway, N. Y. CUBA PORTO RICO." nxpre? forwarded "H nil mull and fftitrst ntara hip. Iii'rit poHhlliln ia!lroid i nm .I'm-.. Cuban and Pan-American Express Cat TM lliindvTa Nti.v Vrli. Hranch oJStes In Ila.'ana, Sautiauo, Sin Juan, Ponvr. xc, CUNARD LINEv'JiKvk Front Pier 40, N. It., foot ('lurks in st. Auraula Teh. 4, 10 t M I Etruila .reb.m.lOA.sr. Lucauia.. F'b 11. 7 A, SL Campania Feb.2,1,0,' M, M:jiNiJNll.llItOVNACO.,ilin.Agt3.,4HowllngOrjeri. ruiixf ii link, C0MPA8NIE CENERALE TRAHSATUNTIQUE. DHIECr LINK TO HAVUr.-PlUIS iFKANCK). Polling us f .llnYH .it 10 A. M. Trom Tier N .. -T North Itir. font Morton nt. La (livscniriio Kob. 4 U rmtrxfuc. b. 2 I.t CJianpine lVb, I J.n Nnriran 115 March 4 h l.n-tHU'.io Fob. IH I,n Ciiau imunu Match 11 FIrtfIa-.H p3hiiu tn Iliin. '.nd uprrard. OtMi'l Af n 'j lor l' H mhI Ca::.. a Ilovs huij: Or- ou.Y. '" EAWBURG-AMERICAIV "" Twin Si'iew Express Jno to Cherbaur ipaiis), Southampton (London), and Hxiubiitg. A. Victoria. 4pnlii KM I t 1 ."1-tn.lr. I.,Mjy4.I0AM. TWIN HCHiltt PISSEN'IKl: Sl'HVICE NEW YOlIK TO HAMUUIW DIP.EC1' Aftor pr.l (loth 'laCherln uivd'ailai. Penn.rl''ln,Inn.nii.7A M I 1'ah.tla. Teb 11.(1 A. M. Brasilia. Feb. 4. II A. SI. I Frctoria.Feb.lK. 11 :8nA.M UAMllllLH-AMEltlCAN LINE, of llroadway. N, Y. AJOKTIl flEIIMAN LLOYD hTKAMIIIIP CO. 1 SHOUT 110U1 lllO LONDON AND CONTINENT. FAST FAPlt s hTKAMEIW Soale, Til., Jan. 81, 10 A.M. Tr-ve,Tu., Mar. 7. 10 A.M. I,abn,Tu , Feb. 21. 10A.M. K.Wju.D,(i,Mrh.l4,10A.M OKLIIICIIS li CO., 2 UowlliigOrten. OLD DOBtfllNiON LISMttr I'U OM point C'omfi-rt, N r.olfc. Novrport Kcwa, let aim r. P.irfaniouth, Pinnrr' Point, Hichmond, Vnrlui.i llcicb, a., and Kpfhiimton. n C, FrtilLht ami irr.ivHr MfMnei tail trim Tier -''. North Ulv. r, ici . vr? tnyt xcupt bituiday, at a P. iL and iiurdav Ht-i P. M, W. h QI'ILLAriDKU. Vloe-Iri-at.and Tramc Mgr. TWEEDBE LINE to lilt ( lf-1 and CENTIIAL AMFItlCx. 8. f. AllDAVnoSF. . Jan. 27 H. S. MiDlSDIIl' Feb. 17 B.i. Artli.lKKOSn. .. March 3 Calling at Elngt-t'-n. Livingston, I'Jerto Ilarrlas, i Pii"ito Co-tcz, Cane ()ra.-ias For suIUiils end anj fu.-ther information apply t3 ItAYStOND A WHi'lC'OSIH. (Jen'l Pa's. AgonU, III Ct .1 lltli .' Union siuaru West. Now York. Winter Cruisa to tii? Scenes of Tho Sp.inich-American War, BY THE ASIEItlt'AN LINE TWIN-BCKF.V,' UNITED hl.VlKS MAIL S. S. PARIS V. S. Aiirillnrv Cruiser Vole), SAILING rliOM NEW YOIIK, SATIIilDtY, JIAEOII 4, IHli", Im iluiniiu -Mititiiutii Mlioii-y linliiiilrl (iiiitiitniitiinii .-nu .luan I'unoo Tlln Wllttlllliril Islamla mill .liiniiilia. ill UTION. 81 DYS. llntrs of I'lissiiKo HtiOO uml upnnrtl, IntcriiutloiKil Nnvlgiiiliiu Cninpniiy, Piers 14 an 1 1.1, N. II OIHce, (1 Howling Oreeu N.T. WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YOIIK. -oUr.E.VS TOW N-I.l VF.IIPOOL. Ilrllannl- Fob, 1. noon ' Oi r mini Feb. If,, noon M)eilc Fob. m, noon i ( ymrl , Fob 21.2 imp, SI. Saloon rales on Cyiuttc, $r,o up, Germanic, llrltan nlc. (no up. Slajeidlc. Tiuluil , 7r, up mi oinl cabin. 42 Ml upiiarl. thirl t lass on ('mri , tier liiaiileaud Urltsituli, -M SO nu Slajeslic aud Tea tonte, $27 lit venue tax additional. For pusaae, fi eight mil general information ap. Id) to WIIITP. MTAK I.IM1. Pier 4.1, North ftlitr. Ofilce, u llroadwa. Now York. Boston and New England Points, VIA SOUND LINKS. I'AI.I, HIVKK LINK, Us Newport ar.d Fall Itlrr. I.eaie Pier IU N. II , footot Warren St.. week tla,only, at c.ih) p SI. hteatueia PLYMOUTH and PILdhlM. Orchestra mi each. sril.MMi'lllN I.IM1, via Stonlngton. leave Plrr at). N. 11 . fool of Spring St . rek daya only at tl.oti P SI hleaniers Maine and New lliinpahini. NUICMICI1 I, INI',, via New UinJon. Leave Pier no. N II., foot Springs! , week daya only, at .1.30 I P. SL Stt ami rs city rf Lowell and City of Lawrence. I VEttlIAVF.NI.INE. -I1,"r2r.,i: It., SIB IHClUlTl) I i I'KCk. dalli texespt Buudayj, at 0 P, it, t i miimii !( misinssi must n u i 1S I I l I SSSWMMW rtM 3? t wrath fflitucrtcmcntg. ' Wjft8?A Spring I- Progressive Msllioflsi, I IKCLUDH ANTICIPATIONS. . sj We anticipate the Spring of 1899 by laying in advance num- bers of various home and personal necessities and necessaries for that ot, -'i season. Broken lines of this Win- teii A ter's goods will be cruelly sacrificed ''" ' '; to get them out of the w?y of the " ewcomei ' ... ', Mnln Floor, Jforth Alalo. 4,' X ', ty New x j 'J$ Dress $ 1 &D uoods JKI! First Big Shor- L -i iAV-n !1S0M899 I ''rV.',''.l,- Wnl Fnlirtn m ' ,'l .Vypi'-tXvi ,H ronily for I iE1Z5.,',.'-0'.;V'"',I'i't't'on at -1 hJ TSqh'7 "r'vps ih,ilt -1 MJWASskl make I. It o . h AGOQD$ l " y I n r of tlieni ritsy: At 39c. yard Imported Sil! Wefts, Plaids, Stripes and Ciiecks. j Three and four tone colorings. Correct fabric for late sprint? and li summer dress. -J ' At 25c. yard Scotch Ging- 3 hams in satin stripes and corded effects, four-tone colorings, 125 I new styles. 1 At I be. yard Corded Novel- ty Ginghams in checks and stripes, 3 all the newest colorings, 150 styles. , At I2'2C. yard Printed Ba- .. j! tiste, exccptioiully iiae and firm f . cloth, 15 new designs, 10 choice ' colorings to each design, three and . j lour tone elTects. j I Dlnln Floor, Xortlixvtst, - I k Uphold i 0MW$m A few su?- J WSw$80ffili ires t ions - MMMm that savor Z. 'MW of P101iey-(,-; Bi ' li.'ji' saving-: I At $ 1 .09 INSTEAD of 1.98 J Oriental Cushions, 2i'x24, tilled withAgoo.l quality down, a dozen j ' different styles ot stripes. I ' At $I.1'5 lo $12.00 yard Silk Damasi; in new and eiegant ; j designs, six colors lor choice, ta-.' The exact goods for furniture - ) coveiing, draperies and wall dec- orations, 50 inches wide, large ' variety. At 35c to $8.75 Table Cov- 1 ers in a handsome assortment of Tapestry, Ciieuille, Velours, Silk. ? Damasks, &c, in live sizes, from 5 4-4 to 12-4. j Mnln Floor, Wost. j Carpets. j There nre Car- fj j! pets and Car- -Wo j t pets. Whenwf sSSv ' il you see lower , fjA ffi , prices than V-W, '.'. ir uurs nuoted.CJl Vli I ' don't take the fesjf7')- , bait too quick- rV''riC5 s ly. Examine N j as to quality. That's all we ask. : I We'll sell yen a carpet when you I inspect our full lines. ) Tapestry Brussels at 49(5. to . ! 65c. Over 200 patterns of tha i best quality, full 10-wiie goods, . ' at 65c, regular 75c. yard. , ; Body Bruiseh of the best f, makes at $I.G0 to $1.25 per ; i yard. ' ' Saxony, Axminster and Mo- j ....!!.. -,. ,4 t I,. i ijiitu; i.ii p i.i, iiAiiuauiiic new i designs, at 85c. per yard. ' Smith's best quality A::mnster " i Carpets, all new patterns, at 90c. , per yard. i f Ifxtia qualitv Velvet Carrels, at ? ' $1.25. ; hri-tiliil Flour, VWt. Furniture0 ;. - g&mm - 1 SK-srrT hs P , fl teislfesss&sB h- I1 a im i jJ!rKitrrnsfl.,.fr!r7T.si : mmM- 1 $10.98 for a threepiece '(M Chamber Suit ifems an .ibsurdlv )U low price- .tiki so it i., for ujh 'H a worthful and pretty suit as this. U It is antique tinisli, heavily carved, -H top of Chester 42x21, bevel glass, . 20x21, combination wash stand with 31x18 top, brass handles to .' rfl drawers. ! Cionil. (ltillrfl frras In Orrntatr Nrxr H York nntl nt Nsir .Itirsci II, It. stations, IH MM fi CO.. - NEWARK.