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j rW -8 THE SUE?, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1809. I
Ij i SLICKEST KIND OF A KOGUE ' 1. 'J! HALF THE IHtYfHHHtS IVMM IS Till.' I 'fill J? Wl' I ICJIMl.VI) IIV Ultitl. ' jut i !' The flwlniller II ns Oilier Aliases, lull Under 1 lifflA 8 t! A" '"" Na,"r" "' " I'ak" Order mi ' fll!f Vhl( li Vnlmililii IiiiiiI rp Sprrlnllr ' Stl t ' i Mail" mill Sent Aerosa tlin Continent. & SHI 1 !' I Tliemoolli-toiiKiieii:roiinB KnKllBlimnn nho 1 1 if! ' I h"'' ,'"1 BliilllnaMrv kooiI firms In thin elty JT 3A ' tinr tlio prtene of helnc I'rnderlck Klwrof K ( ail it Or,, hail two nllnmii adilml tolila nam rentur- K j By r,';' dnr. ntuOlie. Inollon bolli-ve ttinr nro innny BiJrJ1' morntooonif HoiurAileil.alho. It nowappsan. Iq"! S i BK Jlr' Wun,lt of MIchaeU'A Wtinclt anJ n Sir. IS j j I.ester.'of Lester A Co.. hoth of Hnn Francisco. 5 t J,' Ilia mBthod of'proceilnre wh tho sanin in nil El ' i 9 t '' mior. lln came ns litivornnillplokeil out a bill K 3 ( ij; r,f Koods. usine the chance, when It presented Ks'sr' if' Itself., to cet n olinek or draft cntheil. The Kl ttt a ,,ra't fBmft knob. BuJ ' '"'' tn0 uoo(,' nf,cr Ei $ III mvellliiifraorcm the continent, anil then flrt 11 f Ijjjj lii did tho dwindled firms know that llioy had had II f JS I 'P4 "" rteal wlth " t,,lG' IS J jjiJ tWj Mr Kln-or Wundt. or Loiter, spent rart of I'll nlMtl ,n0 c'y lnB ''" ,lt Po"l' Heidnuarteii ve- hM) i terrtuy Tho ereatur jnrt of the day lit wa MAh ai't&We lielnc biased hack and forth between the base- It) j! wl!Jit . mint and tlioC'niitnfn'a office to bo lilentifled l&litfr-.i' hr his lctlnia Amine thne who I'lentilled III H Si', ft- h'm wpre ' l' Sauomnn of SMiJ Ilroadwav. If! PSl! fc wl"' 1Tas ll',ll" out of $11X1 after taklnt: a fake PI & Hi l fi order for SI.40O north of hogler), and Aolinr 1 6 S J ' t! KchDiId olf il Leonard street, tlfll ou a worth- I"' it tf ' less draft, the swlndliir ordcrlntc $J.4(H) worth E It I ! B of coods from them, too Jfal, jj .!. II Conclntof i:i'.Sprlnir street ent up a j$ fi i eilk skirt for the mrlndler's wife, himr nrom- ft iM J! Islnn to I'.iy when he settled for nn order for l!, S! inunv skirl hfiuuht lu the way of tradii. Sl,f Hlcmuail 51, Mun.lt. i f I'.'l I'ranklln street jj'l' i cam am two sklrN under similar idn'um- ll3-Til: i etancos and madu J-.'(K) north of coods spe- q J j 3 HftllvtoSilrffiilneoriler. I'roin AoliAvlaackelof ifi fl !,i J , .'17 Union snuare: he cot two sealskin acn,ues RiJ.il'i v1 ' and Burn a worthless cheek in payment. S. iSsJj '., llecker A.Oo. of ilO.'i Ilroadway and lleirj.C 18jS K'J Simlrea .4iA. of U( CortluiuH street weroIWc- ! ftS'Li 8' i tlms. At Siiulres X Co 's Klnu hoimht llshlnc Kbj! .' lackln woith S40: at Tlinmui Klrkpatrlek's s B a! f' I'lfthhenue jewelry stole a dlnniond rlnir 31f fi worth J3(K). and at the Mchtunstlmi Millinery BtMi1 I i Company a ?."0 hat for all of which he paid Ht ,f c'l with forced urtpci. Bfjfi j, K That wn- the list up lo Inst nlihl. hut yos- H!i Ir 5c terday ' only n Imlt business day mid the lS'Jj''ii dctectlios belleo that U will le lengthened BlS'iS" seir much to-day They say that hlnc. or W 8 Si I W wlmf err his name is. I the clearest kind of H ! S i E," " swindler, and that on all accounts It Is n itooil K 8 S' n F tlilutf to huvu him safe under louk and key. m ifi' i V HO? t Eil' AitMvs rinsT v.ini.t: tiiur. Hie ' &' The Transport Iloolier Klttlnc Out far Ser- Kef; I K tiro In the rhlllppliies. K f ft? " T H 1 J t J. The TJnited Rlatcs transport Hooker, which K j.) i was formerly tho Cob.illos liner l'anama. Is H iiH s beinc fitted out at the Morse llron Works, foot H jnf' p' 3f Twonty-slxth sticet. ltrooklyn. as a cable- K I'Si J W laylnc ship for use In the I'hillpDlnes. Tho H ' 8 H "ork lb 'n eharco of l.leut.-Col. Manlleld of the H ! f jj K ! rolupteer Klcnal Corps and has been under H i 8 II p fay more than a month. In three weeks more. H ' !i L It Is pxpneted. tho Hooker will bo ready to sail. H ft I ! Oen. flrnely. who has taken a creat personal B ;C Ja': 'merest In the llttlne out of tho Hooker, visited H s' lfj her a week at'o E i E j The Hooker U the army's first cable ship. H I a ij 3he will lay e.ibles hotneeu arlous points In H SI w' tho I'hillpplnns o that Oen. Otis may keep H ' t! $ K lonstautly in touch with all parts of hlscom- H 'I'ir mand. The chances made In the Hooker neces- H J Silt! 1 tltated tho tearinu uiiof much of her deck and Hcl I'll ! tuiildlncof cabin tanks In her hold, one foi- Kaill f ward, one aft and u hit ono amidships Thrco ' 'ill drums will be neecsxary to tako upthuoablo 1 Ij H i ind pay It out Into the, wator. ' i I' SI lii n The ship will take out a full equipment of ; If'S talile-cuttinc and repairing machinery. Lieut.- 1, II a ol. JIaxwell will bo In command of the oable m fjffl 1 I aylnt part of tho expedition. Capt. Ilanlou I JlJI r , will tic the snilitiK master I'.. V ritevenson, B 1jlSll ! i cable expert. Utmttlrc tlie new machinery B-Si:.r, 5 ,nto the ship. It Is said that the Hooker will I Sjljl I. J -eturn home after eompletliia her work In tho If ill lii I I'hlllpplnes and 1:0 into the transtort service. BPililllil ' 'ireat llrltaln. u said, has ton cablo ships in 8 !'ilf' I Eastern w !"! gill Y i The Hnokur. when slio was the Tanania, was HillJS M i aptureil by the llBldhouse tender Muncrove. ?JIInlr a ' '"' l'anama left .Sow York for Haianajust B feci Mir 8 ibout nt the time of the declaration ol war to Bats'tUv 'tin tho Havana blockade. After that the Man 81 ll'H i tro became a naval cable ship and waH of BClliHl? treat Berviee in unttine hpanlsh eommuniea 88 i3 8 Li -ions. a m 1 spasisb i't:n .v false .etts. ulmlu I Ijyjj1 now Their Cnuruce Was Kept Vp While HI llfl is Dewey Was Itefore MaiiIIu, Bj J I lsj Capt. If. II. Dexter of the ship Honolulu of H HI K ; it. John. K. B which arriod hero yestorday, H j jj p j, U5 days out from Manila, saw Downy destroy Hi I'll fS i .ho Spanish sauudron, and later the bombard Hl illi I' nental11' fnll of Manila Tho Captain said that H jj B V ' ,0 had learned tho ureal part of what had cone BJ ljlj H ' m tinder his own uoe from newspapers and Blj Ifl JS ' .alkasuhseauent to tho oventsthemselves. His Wfi IfiU ' emliilscences show this, as thoy are n mixture Brfj jljj j ' if personal observations and facts of which ho Bu jj j )ecamococni?ant later The Captain Is a Nowi B1 j'ft j I fcotlan. and Ills wife and two children weio 1 I'C j villi him on the Honolulu, which arrived at m Ml tt Manila with '-'..VK) tons of Now South Wnlos IS loal on April 'Jfi. I He told tlie story of the battle as It has hoen If fold inauy times bclurc and of the uneomfort- ible position of tlie men It utit stilus which lay J i ictween the forts nt Manila and Dowey'a lloet. !' ind how eMirybouv alio ird tho merchant fleet K lept ducklni: as tlie shells from the fort pas8ed B ilch over them toward Dewey's vessels, but j lailell to carry far enonuh i "The Manila newjjiiapers," tin said, "did a t treat deal to koep utTtliecourace of tlie Kpan- n i arils. One day they teporteil that the Haiti- ,5 " norewas ncround and another day that the y S nlantie had broken out in the American fleet i ' I'lie attitude of the derman Consul and Oer- nf Jian residents was also encouiaeluc to tlio 3 I ' Spaniards St "After tlie capture of tho city busiaess be- ill, ran again Immediately, and I cot a full carco Jjr M hemp for ilils port hy Nov 1. I would have Sf t hesti ready to sail by the lat of May, probably, . .. i. If It had not been for the war." H , ,ff' LX-l'lllFST CUAROES THEFT. BJ ;ia A I m t, Asent Wlinni He Arrusei of C'onsplrnry BB ill i Alio Held nn n Chnrce r Stenllnc SU.Ue. BE , ! K M'arcus Itoscnthnl of TBI Park avenue was BJ jj I taken beforo Mucbtrate Deuel in the Centre BJ i ;1 i Street l'ollce Court yesterday chanted with BJ ' J ft the larcony of JO.'JTO from Torcnco I'. Ilafferty BR If, i sf 1511 West Kleventh stroot. a former Cathollo BE if priest. Itafforty says that a year aco he lent ' J S W.270 to tho llov. William T. McClure. tho BJ I i ' pastor of the Church ol tho Immaculate Con BE lifi S ;eptlon, at Htwpleton, S I,, to tie used In mak jl jj fj k Inc ropalrs ou tlio cliureh. receivliiK Father ,:( JJ McClure'.-. promissory note for the amount. SR fi ' Uosenthal. vyho ennducteil a larco part of his Bi p P l business, received payment for the note, he H M j; , aays;. and npiiropnated the money to his own Bi a ' u"n- jl iff- HOsenthnl, who is under S-'.'.riOO bail on a BE J3 l; charce of eonspirlnt to defraud Hafferty, was BE lis i hehlln $5,00(1 ball forexamln.illonon Tuesday. Hj IflB ' i The rnrty-seventh llustered Out, H I ij i The Forty-seventh Iteclment, New York BJ W j i Volu'utoei-j. about I.ino men, Ineludinc of- BJ ' Jjj- If I fleers, vv.is niusteied out yesterday in the arm- BB Jjj jr oryinMaiev iivenue. Wllllamsburir, by Capt. BJ JJ jj;. f llrettan.l Vd;t lllat.'hf-.ril, V K. A. Tho men BJ if id, l wnro lined up in battalion formation in the I ;ji' ft ' main drill roum Col William II llubbell com- Bl'iJ li iillmmtoil the volunteers on their service in BBHi If l'orto llico and haid he siuceiely reciotted that Tiit ' tho pleasant tics which had held them all to- flii f( Ketlior would have to be seveicd, Iloforo each jj " soldier received his dlschnrce hu vvnsalho pnld J W I the- money owed htm by the (invoriiment ,j f Thore were top.i)masteis tuesiiiit Bif J ;iirlitlan W. ('. Iiielier rienils Itnlllj. BK .1 Christian W. C Dreher, a real estate broker Bjjl j of lifi Pennsylvania avenue, who tried toeom- BEjt. I1 mltHutcido in a hotel in Philadelphia several ill J months aco, and who subsequently was ar- jf rested and brought to Urooklyn on a charce of , J crniifl larceny, pleaded ttuiliv in the County Court In Uiooklyn yesterday to an indictment charclnr him with havlnc nilsapproiinatcd K ' 2.005 that was e'ven to hint bylleorce Lacker Ht; ; j for investment There ale three other Indict- E? L nientsatralnst him He will be sentenced by BHiSr .lu til; e Hurd next Monday The extreme ihjii- BfM 'i ' ' ally Is ten years' Imprisonment HtFi I ' nll Filed for Another New llnrlelil School. BBj . ' ' Plans have been tiled with Iluildinc Commit- Bjj3 L aioner Iliady by C. f). J Snyder, Superintend- BjM M ent of School lluildfncs. for it pew school BflB ' liu(Ullnuof stone and terracotta, to bo located BBK '' east of first avenue, and runninc throuch the Hi' ' block fremblxty-slxth to Sixty-seventh street. WR". The buildiuc will eo.t f 'J(KJ.DIK). and it is the BK sixth new school buildine for which plans have El been (lied this month i. l Nn lleller AilverllnliiK Medium tl cjlili thin Tur bi-N, uluther j-on be In ercb of . t ' rl n,lle pn.'i'trui.i or have Hit noie to dlipoie V I UAilv. ixfast niCTcr.tsT nnoirxnn. Illi Wheel Struck the HtrlnjEplece anil Ha Wni Thrown Into Newtown CreU. Charles Kenny, the 5-year-old son of a watch man In .1 T Story's coal yard, on Newtown Creek, Wllllamsbure, left his home on his bicycle nt noon yosterdny, and was seen coins In tho direction of the creek. An hour later his body was found floatlnc In the creek. The bicycle lay nt tho edge of a coal dock, and from its position It was apparent that the boy had been thrown Into tho water by his bicycle striking tho strlngplece. MAltlSE lXTELLUlEXVK. MlMAirnr. ALMIRAC Tllll nT. Aiiarlm.... fi 4t I Sun isti tl 54 I Moon rlieilSO.I man WATF.a tiiim nt. Biad Hook. 10 r.T I Uov.lil'd. 11291 Hell Date. 122 Arrlveri-FalDAY. March HI. Si 1'atrla, llaurr, Ilaniburg March IK. Hi Thomai Mrlvlllr, llrelit. Haaua. HlRt. Nlnlin, Htjnm.Ht. I.lirla. ioHrguranca, llanien, Ilarana. Hi Chrrokii, narvln, Aim. Ha lutnuin, Illder. Hhlebli. Ha haratuua, Jnhnnon, I'leufucKOi. Ha Alillinrouith, r'errant, Krontera. ri Haltram, Owen, Inaaua. SiComrrlc. Kennedy, filcutta. Hi Kl 5Iar, llrant, New Orleann. . H l'rlnrsis Anne, Ilulpher. Norfolk. Hi lleoefictor, Towmcnrt, Philaitelphia. ballllleSeldl, Ctaarlea, llalUmore. Will. Honolulu, Diiler. Manila. Dirk Illrmah, ltenttto. (lenoa. Hiri 11 rnianot. Jacoltaon, Montetldso. For later airivali aee Klrat Paz.l TASIPU. BiOeortlc, froni New York for f.WcnPOOl, paind Klmale iroxrx. flblp Eceelhorn.from HlouoforNew York, oft Bit tern. lAiLrn tbom roanoM roan.' Bi Karthaze, from Havana for New York. mti n mow domsitic mars. Si City of Macon, from Rav annah for New York. uircoisa srEAxsiitrs. iail To-Dau. MaillChu. rttulSntti. ttmlirti. Mrerpnol .. oo A II 1)00 A M l.a Normindle. Havre 7 00AM 1000 AM Itnttentani, Itotterdam H oo A M in 00 A M Km. Kaples . . Oil A M 11 00 A M Tliinavalla, Chriallauiand.l I 00 AM 1 00 P M Pretoria, llamburc H no A M Kiln, Nucvitai 1 00 P M IIMPM lllldiu. Curacoa 11 Oo A M 1 00 P M llilflalo. Hull . ... lirlllh Kniplre, Antwirp. Trinidad. Bermif.la son t tunoAM Alrlie, KlllS'tnn .lOOUAM 12IM.M Ilellena, La Plata . . .1000 AM 1200 M Heneia. Havani . 1100AM 100PM IriHinols. Charleston a oo P M Knickerliocker. N.Orleani . .! .100 P M Alimo. Key West . 3O0PM .vail Iv-Morrow. Riratoca, Naisau 11 00 A M 1 00 T M .Sail Tutiday, April A. Maridonla. Pmcreio I 00 P M .1 00 P M Trave, Ilremeu . 7 00 A M 10 00 A M Comanche. Charleston . .100 P M El Paio, New Orleans a 00 1' M incoming irr.vuiiiiri. ) To-Pal. Ormiiton Olaiaow March 1 1 I'emliriclitr .Hambiire March 12 Kldsvold ...tlihraltar . .. March IS Powhatan Gibraltar March 12 North Cambria .. . Gibraltar. .. March 14 Aihlinils .Gibraltar. March la J.ucanla Uverponl March a J. Cutle LtTerpool .. . . March 21 Hlberlin itlasKnw March in NeiiKtrla . Taval . ..March 21 VifUanrlu saannah March 2S New York .Southampton. March 2.1 Leona Oalvemon . . . March 23 Comanche .laoknonvllle March an Pretoria Bermuda March 30 Due .Suiidai, -tprtf ?. I.aChampiime Havre March in M. ahontae . Olbraltar March 25 Oily of Macon . Savannah. . March 30 Montcalm London . March 1 Wordiworth. St. Lucia. ..March 25 Hue Momlau, .4pnl.t. Mirnuetle ..London March 2.1 Aiirmle Victoria Olbraltar..... .March 24 Adrla . "intwerp March 21 Caricai . LaOuayra. March 27 Put 3T'iy. AprylU. Amsterdam ... Ilotterdara .March 23 Soutlmark .Antwerp .Ma"ri b 2r IVovIc Liverpool March 2 "t KieterCltv .... Hwamra . March 21 Cmnmonwealth Olbraltar .. March 21 HinUon . New Orleans .March 2H Alcleri New Orleans March 21) Kalier Vm.derOrohie.l!renieu March.2H KanhaiEn . . . .Havana ..March 30 Duf n'fdnetday, Apnl 5. furneiila Olaiitow .... March 25 1 Dorado New Orleans .March 30 Advance Colon March 2t in Thurldau. Apnl 6. Mohlup Swansea March 28 Ilrllculuiid Hamburg , .March 22 Werkendani Amsterdam March 25 Weimar. Bremen March 25 33XX1X3. CILT.KY.-In Exeter. N. II., March 31, Trof. Ilrad bnry L. Cilley, aitdOOyear monlhi 25 dayi. Funeral services at Phllhpi Acadimy Chapel Mon day. April 3, at 3 P.M. Train for Eieterleavei Boston 1 15 p. M.; leare Exeter 5 50 and (1:07. tiOrsiI.L. On Thurada), March 30, Mary, daugh ter of the Utelhomai llopilll. Funeral servirei Saturday, April 1. at 1 o'clock P, M.. at her late residence. 272 Montcomery it., Jersey City, N. J. ltelatives and friends are till lied to attend Iiorwoitll. March 31, 1899. Erenrd Farring ton, only ion of Everard II and Kate FJma Price Hopwood, aged years 11 months and 10 days Funeral private, from residence, 7 Sd ay New ark. N. J. KKI.I.I'.HKH.-Entered Into reit on Thursday, March 30, 19SW, Irene Josephine, axed IB years, lecond daughter of Janiei K. and Annie F, Kelle. her and cranddaughter of tho late Mary BulliTan of nil arick it. Fumial from her late reiidence, 247 Spring it., on biinday. April 2, lh0, at 2 V. M. MAGEr'. On Thursday, March 30, Margaret Acnes (Daisy Oibioni, beloved wife of Francis J. Mugeeanddausbterof P, W. and Margaret Oib Bon, aged 25eari. Funeral from lo5 Sip av Jemy City Heighti, on Sunday, April 2, at 2 P. M. MASTKKTON.-At Mount Vernon, K, Y.. March 31, IBDli, Avis L., widow of Robert M.Maatertsn and daughter ef the late YVUlet and Miry J, Sea man, in her 3d year. Notice of funeral hereafter. MOItltlS.-On March 2S), of pneumonia. Pewitt (.'llnton, son of Charles O, and Rebecca II. Morris. Funeral private. Interment In Oreenwood. SWINHUKNK. At the residence of her mothir, 123 Wist 121st it , on Thursday erenlng, March 30. Helen Adele. eldest child of the lata Dr. Rilph K. Swinburne, in t he 7th year of her age. Funeral private, VAIL. -At Orange, N J.. March 31, in her 74th year, Margaret C. Vail, widow of Walter Vail, and daughter of the late Jane Belli Corliii and Oli ver Y. Wlllli. rpiIE KF.NSICO CEMETERY.-Prlvate nation, nar -1 lrm Railroad; 43 minutes' ride from the Grand Central Depot. Office. Itl Eait 42d it. Special 3otij8i. "cONSUSIPTION Arrested. Weight re i tore d at fiatlent'i home. Newiclenttftcmethod. Temperature oweri. cough lenuns: expectoration teaits; lungs heil. For further particulars addran Denimore Hymenlc Institute. 8.4 Welt B5th it. Offlci houn, 2 lu a P. M. HtUfliouu Sloticcsf- "iTnoArmAY tahlknaci.k ciTimcii," Corner Broadway and 34th at. Rev. I'llAllLtS K. JEFFF-RSON. D. I) . Tailor. Public Worship, with preaching by the Pastor, at 1 1 V M U 46 A U. Sunday si hool and Bible Clasaes 3 P. M Hervlce of Souif. Hervlie will be led hy Mr, Harry o rilhlan. agisted by a chorus of chil dren fiom the Uomeef the Friendless. 4 P. M class lu Present Diy Pioblems. 5 P. M In Thcmsoa'a Bible CUsi. "Studies In ths Life of Moses.' H P. M Hpecial Musical Service. Praer Meeting Wednesday eveuillgat S. CUlimi'll OF THE MESSIAH iL'nltarlaoi. S4thm tor Park av -hervli.es 11 A M. Dr. Mluot .1. Harige will preach ninth sermon In series on Belief In Immortality." Sublect-"The HlgnlUcance pf Spiritualism " An Easter sermon. Christening of children and hildren's serv ice at a o'clock Sunday school. 10 o'clock, In chapel, entrance Park ar. All cordial!) Invited. 'RACE CII I'llCfL Broadway, corner 10th it. Hol Communion. H A. M. Early Morning Praeraud Sermon, 0 o'clojk. Later Evensong, H o'clock, AH sittings free. MADISON AV BAPTIST CHl'RCH. corner 31st it" Rev Heurr M. Hinders. D, D.,piilor Services to-morrow at 1 1 A. M and 4 30 p. M. The pallor will preach at both isrvlces. Sunday school 8.30 A. M Chapel ic rvlce W ed H P. M. MADISON AVEM'E REFORMED CHURCuTcor" A7lh st.-Tbn pastor, Rev. Ahtiott E. Kittredge, will preach at 11 . M. and 8 P.M. Easter lerv Ices morning and evening. Uniou Bible clan Friday evening. COCIKTY FOR ETHICAL CULTimF..-Hunday, O April 2. IDKIi. at 11 15 A. M., at Carnegie Muslc llall, corner 57lh st. and 7th av Lecture by Dr. reilx Adler, who will dillver an Faster address. Hunday Hchiiol. 30 A.M., at 10D Y?. 64th si. All In United are Invited. i tThe Byck Top Coats. Understand, the Byck Bros. Top Coats are as quiet in color as you want them, and as far as you like from extremes in length a n d shape. But they are such i coats as correct dressers and all men with good taste like to wear. Coverts, Vicunas," Whipcords, and Herringbones (colors.Oxford, , Tan and Black), made with velvet . collars, $10, $15, $20 and $25. i Fine Dreis Shirt t.00 ' OurSpeclil 01oei S1.00 Cboico Neckwiar AOc. I Darby and Alpine Hats ....1.YS bhoei. All the New Lasts 03.00 CLOTHIERS. DOWNTOWNl UPTOWN! S. W. Cor. Eajl ,25th St' 158 to 164. I Fulton & Nassau. 0cn tni,.,. There is just as much raBl difference between the raaf mongrel whiskeys atl- HENI vertised, and H OLD CROW ML RYE, which IS an IHHBBBBHJi hand made, Sour Mash fciiMBAMmiJuwiwI Whiskey, costing nearly IfOipCROWll double the day it is BTjHit-ul mace an Amer'can fP J whiskey, as there is be ffiJH?Jl t w e e n oleomargarine sfRVfii an( e nest ciuility f I'Sr"! dairy butter. Buy only IkbkuCoJ of reliable dealers. W.r.7;riHiS H. B. KIRK & CO., CARPET T. m7 stew arT 326 7th Ave. CLEANSING lngjrg IFR OS A HREWEllY TKVBT. Attorney-General Monnett nf Ohio 6tnrtt on m. New Moniter Hunt. Cleyemnd, O., Urch HI. Attorney-General Monnett his begun war on tho Cleveland brewery trust by inetltutinc proceedings to oust tho trust, otherwise known as the Cleve land and Sandusky Brewing Company, from its charter. The Atterney-Oenerul hot also rendered a decision which iq of yltal interest to 'every brewer in the Btate. by holding that they are liable for back taxes in the sum of more than $750,000. The suit against tho trust was tiled in Columbus yestorday. In an opinion handed to the Htate Auditor, Attorney-General Monnett says that tho Btate can collect $752,000 in baqk taxes from Ohio brewers. The opinion Is based on the Supreme Court decision in the Junge Brewing Company against the Champaign County Treasurer. Tho Hrewnrs' Association admitted, under tho decision, that tho Dow tax must he paid on all depqtpor agenclos of brewers, but contested the proposed collection of back taxes. fining further than previous petitions of this nature.it is charged in this enso that an at tempt has been madn to cniHh out competition. It is alleged that the new company has tried to crush competition by buying or leasing saloon property or taking -mortgages on the same at excessive rates, and then forcing th sale of its own beer by threatening saloon keepers with dispossession, Rival saloons hiivo been cstablhihed. It isnsscrted. to crush out those that sell other beer. It Is declared that tho company's charter did not permit It to acquire real estate other than that needed for Its plant. The court Is asked to appoint trus tees to close the alleged beer trust's business. !HSE5HSE5E5E5E5H55E5SSR VM. VOGEL & SON. you havo waited till to-day CI for your K EASTER CLOTHES iu will find us ready with CI i extra force of salespeople, tn bo will give you tho Yeryjjj st of attention. n Our store will be open till 9 P. M. J (roadway & Houston St. Oj TRF.ASVRT STATEUEST FOR FRIDAY, Excel! of Receipts Oyer Lipenilltures of 1,230,1X15. Wasiunqtov, March 31, The receipts of the Government to-day were: Customs, $877,847: Internal rovenuo, $001,010; and miscellaneous, $1!48.10. a total ol $2,027,005. Tho disburse ments woro $707,000, an excess of recolpts over expenditures of $1,230,005, -The rocoipts of the fiscal year to date hnvo been $382,444, 412. and the expenditures $4117.822.732. an excess of expenditures over receipts of $85, 378.320. The official count of cash in the Tieasury to day, compared with that ot yesterday, shows: MareK .10. Mrnrh SI. Ooldcoin and bullion. $: L.1,Ht.0.0 1244,r,Hi,:in Silver dollars and bull'n r,,KRS,24H r,R7.',,u'jit United Slates notes 13,721. mil 13,340,'.!'.! Other assets leu demand liabilities ... 1I,058,8R S0,053,liiiS Available cash bala'ce. lnclii'ggoldrraerve.l242,A'.7,Oo3 t2R4,33H,32i (. OMMEJl CIA I. COMVESIK rniiiAY. March!!. Grain Wheat Spot was Bteady. Kalos 20,000 bush, for export here and at the outports. No. 1 northern Ihiluth 7e. over May f. o. b. afloat : No. 1 hard Duluth lie. over May: No. 1 northern New York Ue. over May lutures closed .'.e. to 1'ic. lowor. I'rlces us follows : l.ait OpfHiug, UtQktit. Lotiflt. Cloung, JV'ioAI. March.. K0H HOH 7BMi H'JV .May. 77't; 77H Tills 77 7n July . 7H T7 7H Trt 77f Hept. . 74 i T.'.li Oats were steady or. the ipot: sales 12,ooo biuh. Xo. a In elevator. 33H933lc.i do delivered. :i4t.: No. 2 white. 3n3n4c. track and ungradid white, HM13UC.; No. 2 white clipped, :i7c, ID was stead) ; Kn. 2 Western, S8lic c. 1. r. lluffalo. Corn was tlrat. Sales en.000 bush, for export hire and at the out ports. No, 2 old, 8c over Mav, do. new, 7c. over May futures declined He. Prices as follows. hail (tpiinng. Iliaheit. Lownt. Chtintt. Aighl. May, 4Mi to?, July ,40 40 40 40's 41 I.lqulditlon carried wheat prices downward to-day, March breaking sharply About Tn,ooo bush, of March were delivered on contracts, otherwise the trading was ojiiet and featureless. The foreign mar kets were cloed and the principal exchanges In this country were also vlosid, tin th dicflai sum ihorti covered, ami there wai a partial rally, There were a few forrlitn bluing orden, but the trading was railnlv lni-il, Intensely cold wealher was re ported at the Northwest, and the temperature was below Iht freetug point over nioitnf the wheat belt lu the winter wheat section, however, the Plant Is believed to be pretty well covered with inir. Corn wis dull and easier owing to sympathy with wheal and local liquidation. Oats were lifeleis. Kumn-null butstiady. Winter In bbls.i Super fllie, $2..'IOV2.40. No. 2 extra 2.4r,'l2.l0; clears, ;i.ioi4:i.:in, straights, .i.4r'ii$j.r,5. patents, ts.iri Mta.HO. Spring to bills. Clear". S3'il.1.20, straights, n tioiat.i.rio intents, 1 1 7'44. Corn r.-Illo nn the spot was Heady at Sc. for Nn 7, Naval Sinnts Spirits turpentine, 4444Hr. Cumrapn tngovd strained rnlln, fl.OTH. I'nnvisioNs -Lard whs steady al tn.r.o for prime Western. 1'ork was firm at $9 2Mil'.r,0 for mrsj. Meats were niilrt pickled hams, 7(47Vc. Ilnttcr Crennerj'. Western, extra', 22c: do., firsts, 214 amc. Stile, extras. 3i'22c.-. do,, Brils.2oH 2lc. Chi ese state, full cream, large, colored or while, fancy, 12c; do., cbnlre, IHi'sMIWc. do., small, fancy, I'."t2Sc. Eggs-State, I'enutylviuis and Wi stern, lac. Ki'UAR Jjttidr. Oriuulated, 5H''. Live .Stork Market. Srw fin, Friday, March 31. Itecelpli of beeves were l.TSI'head, Including 12 cars tn be exported alive. r,d fur slaughterers and :io for the market, mikinK, with the stale cattle, .17 cars on sale. Trade wii slow and prices weak for steers and tows at a general decline nf 10c fi 100 B.; bulls were In de mand and flrni, Tharardswere not quite cleared. Medium to (.bole native steers sold at 4.70a."..1( Vioon.t itigs at 4.",0, bulls at3.2ri4.40: cows st 2IB.8(1, I chohe fat mw at $4.20. Dressed beef slow at 7mHHc. V " for ordlnarv to prime native sides. Liverpool and London cables quoted American cattle slow at llV412c, tops, 12H'12Hc. 'H ., dressed weight: live sheep steady at 13(4 1 4c; lambs, I4Hc, dressed weight: refrigerator beef slow at 0t4c Y Exports tn-dav, 450 boevei: to morrow, 270 beeves, HO sheep and 2,000 uiiarters of beef, lterelpts of calves were 440 head, all for the market. Trade was slow and tho market 2r,c. lower: but the eferlnga were all taken, l'oor toprime veals old at lati'ti.oO 100 lb., little i alvei it f 4, City dressed veafi steady at 8llc. 1 tt. Kecetpts of sheep and lambs were 2.7A3 head, Including ft cars forcit butcheraaiid tl cars for the market. Sheep were dull and prices weak; lambs less sctlve and drnuplng at 10'Air.r. decline from esten!ay'i opiningprices. 'lwncars were held over. Common tn good aheep sold at a.r.O'4$4.7r "t loo 111.; medium to choice lambs at $r.,7riia$,r,o, "culls " at 4.r0. i lipped lambs at 59$r..2.'.. spring limbs at $4.i;,u' r" head, llrn.se d mutton slow at 7-0c. V It).; dreisrd lambs at SVv10c. Itecelpli of hogs were l.P.'.it held. Including 137 for themarkct. 1 inn for llv e bogi at (4'4t4.20V ICO lb,, and a few choice heavy hugs were taken for export at 14.35. THE STANDARD OIL PEOPLE ARE BUYING COFfinOCKS as the safest and Most Pvohtnblc Investment THEY CAN FIND. FOLLOW THE LEAD of thainost successful and shiqwri capital ists tlie world luis over known. AKIZONA IS THE NEWEST, THE RICHEST nnd most piofltaliln coppor Hold in tho world. Hero gold nnd silver abound in such quantities in tho copper deposits that they tiny nil the cost of tlio extraction of ore. The, veins Ho near tho surface nnd tlio ore shows richer ns tlio uliafts deepen. Witter abounds nnd tlie oliiunto permits operations tlie entire year. Every item of the cost of mining is lower here than nny whero else. (.Set in on the ground lloor; remember that Qulnev was Issued nt W and then wcntU) 100; Calumet and Heolnat2G. then 80i; Osceolu at 25, then iriO ; Parrot at 2f, then 02 : Tamarack at 25, then 205 ; Boston nnd Montana nt 25, then 380; Butte nnd lioston nt 10, then 07 ; Arcadian nt 4, then 05; Centennial nt 24, then 01 ; Isle Iloynl nt 28, then 74 ; Ualtio lit 3, then 32. Prices hnvo now had a good reaction nnd the rise has started again. Correspondence solicited about good Cop per Stocks Investments. GEO. H. RACHE & CO., 44 Broadway. Write forMnrket Letteron copper stocks. IBTiirrlTiffi New York Office, 00 Broudwny. STOCK of the MAIIKKF.N COrPEH T05I PANY can be tratibferrod nt the oftlco of the American I.onn and Trust Company, 53 Htate Street, Itostou, or at the New York oflice. IKJ Ilroadway, ii. iioiiton nvrciiKi,on, Secretary. AIININO MACHINKItV-l'ItVSF.n t C1IAI.MEIIS, ivl so Ilroadway. New York, manufacturers nf min ing and smelting machinery. Kstimatis on mining, milling Ami smelting supplies promptly furnished. rpiIKlfxFI.Oirs.TioN SYNDICATK, Mills llulldingi I Wall and llruad atrcets. New York, oiler Mining Shares lu standard, successful properties operated and managed bv themselves TJMEBY, Solid Kmery Wheels, Grinding Machlna. Li polishes, l c, larilnl In stock by THE TAM'IKCO., liu Waihiugtou St., New York, nnlitr.s ami gvohew. - f Kxecute orders for Uyls4vavssi1 seruritles in New lPntTlOTlfl York. Philadelphia. A.UllIVFIJsU$ linsion, and rrovl- dence. Connected by '.... C. private wires, lie. K At I aTV 1 fi l deposits sub- IVVl 1 Uk VUo J lect to draft. Act as Osial agents for and IlVNKintl, mgotlate and Issue loans nf Itailrnads, 41 WALL ST., N. Y. Street Hallways, (las Companies, Ac. Uembers Transact a general N. T. Stock Kxchangc. I banning buidneis. Illgli-flrndn Investment Securities. Lit nf current offerings sent on apnllcatiou. rUILADRLPIIU COHItKhPONDENTS, fiHAUAM, Ki:ilK i CO. HORTOH & TUHSTALL, 33 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. Members nf the HEW YOltK STOCK EXCI1ANOE. NEW YOBK C01TO.N EXCIIANOK. Stocks, Grain. Cotton, Bonds & Investment Securities. financial. The Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Company REORGANIZATION. To the Holders of Preferred nnd Common Stork of The Wheeling nnd I.nkn 'Erie Itnllvriiy t'linipnlij. nnd tn the Holders of Central Trust Cninpnny's Cerllnmtes of Ilepnill representliiK I'referreil nml Com limn Slock nf inld Cmiipiinji Notice it heieby given that lioldirs of preferred or common stock of said Comiuu who have not jet done so, may become partus to the Wan nf Iteorgai.latioii, upon doing the acti, and makiug all paimcnta required by the terms of said Plan, ON OK llhl'OIli: SATUKIIAV, AI'UII, 1ST. 18t); and all holders of said certificates of depot.it for preferred or lommon stock who have omitted tn make any of 84id payments, may do so nn or before eaid last uinicd date Holders of pre ferred nrinminon itock of said Companj who fall to do the acti and male all pal ments required by said Plan, and holders of rcrtitUatra of deposit lor preferred or common stork whn tall tn male all such pa) menta, on or before said last named date, will not be entitled to participate In said Plan of Itaor ganiratlon, and will have no right or benefit there under; and all holders of such certificates of deposit who fall to complete all luch payments on or before said date, will cease to have any rights with riipect to any moneys heretofore paid by them to the Itcorganitation Committed or to the Stoclholderi' Committee. Dated New Yorl, March 18, 1H99, LOUIS FITOKRALII, .i. ki:nnkiy tod, RKOltfiK COPPKI,!,, i:iihNK DKI.ANO, WILLIAM A. DICK, Heorganlzntlnn Committee. ALVIN W. KRECII. Secretary. 120 Ilroadway, t financial. Brooklyn "I" Trust Ctfs. Brooklyn Union "L" COMMON AND niKFF.KHKII, denlt In. A. SARTORiUS, 20 & 22 Broad St., N. Y. Telr.40.tn CnrtUndt. ao iiroaii sTUF.r.T, Ni:W YORK. The fltins of WII.I.ISTOS. IIAIINES A- CO. of New York, N i ..ami J. It WILL1STO.N i CO, of lioston, Mass., and Providence, R. !.. have this day been con solidated under tbt Arm name of I. It. WII.LISTON & CO., with offices .to llronil Street, New York. N. V., 14 Kxchniige lMncr, Hnstnn, Mass., 44 Weitnilnster Street,' Providence, R. I. The partner! are. JAMts It. WII.LISTON nf New York, Member of New York and Poston stock Exchingei, WINTIIKOl- HOWARII IIARNKS of New Ynrk, Member of New York Stock Exchange; UOHLllT L. IIIK nf lloitnn. VVILLISTON, IMItNES & CO , J. R. WILI.ISTON ft CO. April lit, 1BU0. Jii'lrttmlf; and nterrrtt. Wlnslew, Lanier t Co,, 17 Nassau St., N.Y.Cl'tf. TnK INTEREST AND DIVIDEND) ON THE FOLLOWING I10NDS AND STOCKS AnE PAY AllLK. AT OCR 1UNKINO HOl'SE ON AND AFTER APRIL 1ST, 1XUU. Cleveland and Mahoning Valley Rv. Co. Itegist d Si. Cleveland and Pittsburgh R. R. Co. Oeneral Mori x,ae 4ti Dunkirk, Ind., Real Estate Us. Franklin, ind,. Mortgage r.s. Grand Rapids and Indiana It. R. Co, Vint Mortgage Unguaranteed 7a; lint Mortgage Unguaranteed Ex. Land Grant ?s. Graud Haven, Mich., Funding Gs. Monroe County. Ind., Funding r.'a. l'neblo, Col., sewer Hs, Waterworks (li; Trlnclpal and intereit. Plttsbnrgh, Ft. Wayne and Chicago Rr. Co. First Mortgage 7s Seriei D. second Mortgage 7s. Series K; Interest Third Mortgage 7s, yuarterly Dividend l'i percent. Special Stock. April ild. lledford, Ind., Mortgage r.'ts. Greenfield, Ind., Municipal As, Series 3. Monro Count), Ind., County ei. April 4th. Pittsburgh. Ft. Wajne and Chicago Rr. Co. Quar terly Dividend 191 percent., Regular Stock, April 16th. Piilaslt County, Ind.. Funding os. Peudletnn. Ind., School ill. Tipton, Ind , Improvement Ilnnd fli. April 18tb. Greenfield, Ind., Municipal ), Seriei I. The Farmers' Loan & Trust Oo. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street, New Tort corroxs and dividends due in aprii, ARE PAYAHI-E AT THIS OFFICE ON AND AFTIin APHIL 1. 18UII. AS FOLLOWS: Dellnlro. Bridgeport A. Martin's Ferry Street B'wny. Caynduttn Electric n. R. Co. Ohleaco. lliirllngton A- Northern R. li, Co. Chippewa Falls Wator Works Co. Cornell Steamboat Co. Oorry Water Hupply Co. Consumers' Gas Co. Debentures. Commercial Cable Co. County of Ht. Louis. Evansville A. Terre Haute R. R. Co.. Mt. cr- non. BulllvDti Co.. Coal ,t 1st Gen'l Mtgo. Elmira Water Co Hot Hpringt IS. I).) Water, Light A Tower Co. Jefferson City. Mo . Water Works Co. Jeffersonville, Madison A Indianapolis It. R. Co. Kearney City Water Co.. Neb.. 1st Mtgo. Keokuk Water Co.. Cons'd Mtge. Marinette City Water Co. let Mtee. Mcnomonle Water Co. 1st Mtge. Mobile A- Ohio R. It. Extension. Mobile A. Ohio It. It. Car Trust " II" A " Q." Newark, Ohio, Water Works. 1st Mtce. Now Philadelphia Wnter Works Co. 1st Mtee. Olean. X. Y., Improvement Bonds. Petersburg Electric Il'way Co. Pelham Park It. It. Co. Pittsburgh. Cincinnati. Chicago A Rt. Louis Il'way Co., 4 'i per cent.. Series " A " A " II." Phrrnix Power Manafaeturlng Co. Ht. Louis Merchants' Bridge Terminal R'way Co. Ht. Paul City R'way Co. San Antonio Uas Co. Victoria. Texas. City of. West Virginia A Pittsburgh R. R. Co. DUE APRIL 2. 1809. Hornellsville Water Co. DUE APRIL 15. 1K.). Bnrnboo Water Works Co. Escanaba Water Works Co. TIIK ASIKRICAN TORACCO COMPANY r,07-MWF.ST22IST . I NEW OUh, March .list. 18;a. I A dividend nf two per cent. In cash and one ban dred per cent. In Common 4tocl has been declared on the Common Stock of this Company, both nut of tho surplus, payablo at The Farmers' Lnauand Trust Co.. 20 William street. New York O.tj, on the 1st day of May, 1SU8, to the holders uf the Common Slock or record on the loth dav of April. lStin, The Tramfer llnoks-fnr the Common Stock will be closed on April lf.th. lHltfi. at twelve o'clock, noon, and will nopenou Mav nth, lNup, at ten o'clock A.M. bEOltUK AHENTS. Treasurer. TIIK AMERICAN TOBACCO rOMI'AXT. 607 TO r.'.'w WEST 22D STREET. I NEW YORK. March Slst, 18119. A quarterly dividend uf two (2)per cent, has len declared on the Prefcrn d Stoi k of this Companv , pavuble at The Farmers' Loan and Trust Cora PHnv, 20 William Street. New York City, ca tho lit day nf My. IHPH. to the holders of the Preferred Stock of record on the 15th dav of April, lsmi. The Transfer llnoks for the Preferred stock will bo closed on April lMh lsmi, at twelve o'clock, noon, and will raopes on Mav 11th. 1H9, at ten o'clock A.M. GEORGE ARENTS, Treasurer. TIIK AMERICAN TOIIACCO COMPANrT 607-.-.2H WEST 22D STREET. ) NEW YORK. Marth .tlsl. 18119. ! Three S) per cent. Semi-Anniial Intereat on the Dividend Scrip of this Compam, issued May lat. 1 Slid, will be paid nn tha 1 st day of Mav, lrtll'l. st The Farmers' Loau and Trust Comma), No. 20 William Street. New York City, to the holders of such Divi dend Certificates of record on the luth day of April. The Tramfer Rooks for Dividend Certificate! will be closed on April l.ltb. 18HD. at ;t o'clock P. M.. and will reopen on May 2d, laon, at 10 iiMock A. M, Notice is hereby given that the Dividend Scrip of this Company issued May 1st, 1HV4, will bo re deemed tn cash at par by The Farmers" Loan and Trust Company, 20 William stest. New York city, upon presentation of the certificates therefor on Mav 1st, 18SH, or at any time during the month of Mas, lSuf. Intereit nn eald Strip will ceaie on May in. WW!. Holders of certificates for inch dividend Scrip mav. Instead of surrendering their rerttflratea for cash, present them to said The Farmi ra" Loan and Trust Company and have them extender until Mav lit, 1P02, to be then redeemable only in cash; inter est to be paid thereon semi-annually at tho rate of ix (di per cent, per annum, on the lit dav a of Nov ember and May, GEORGE ARENTS. Treasurer. einiftit plates gRortgage and Sfoust Company, .Ml CF.DUI STREET, NEW YORK. Coupons due April 1, 1891), on the followinghonds will be payable at tho office of thia Company on and after that date I'. S. M, a. T. Co. Series"C" ct I. I. R. R. Consolidated ns L. I. It. 11. New Consolidated - 41 I.. Mt.lt. North shore r N. Y. , RorkiwayR It. lit 7i N. Y., Ilrooklyn tc Man. Reach Con r,H City nf Vancouver. Washington ... . . us City of Creston, Iowa r,s Virginia Electric Company, 1st r.s Mlddlctown EUctrlc Light a: Powei Co Ms Manaos Railway Couipan), 1st ... . its lltltTalo chute ( ompaliy, 1st in Snohomish Count). Washington. S. D , No. 24, Whitman County, Washington, Funding r, Tacoma. Waihiligton. S. I) , No. It . City of Minnevpnlis, Minn. Water Wnrls 4H Waterworks 41,, l'ermsneiit Imprmenu-nt ,. 4N Pennineut Improvement 4V,s Rrldge .4'vi Ol'K APRIL 15, 1SUD. Cit nf Miiiueapolli, Mum School 4 ft Permanent ImprnvcuiniMteoIvtng Hind it CONTINIINTAI. rTOIIACCO ( OMIVAnTT NFWARK. N. J.. Much 3uth 18k Notice is hereby given Hut u special merllngof theitoikholiicri of Continental Tobacco Company will be held at the principal nmco of the Cnmpaio in room No uou at No 7H5 R.-oad Street, Newark, N J., on the 21st du) (if April, 1 Kim at tun o'clock P U for the purpoie nt i-nmideriiig and taking action upon the ciiiestlon of increas,nn' the capital stiH-k of the Cnmpanj b aditingTweut) tlvo mullnn dollars S.'&.Oiui.iino' ti tha existing capital stock, such increase In consist of One kuudred and twent) five thousand (12r,,oO0) shares of the par value nf Oae hundred doilsrs i$1(Kd a shsre of I'refi rred Stock, and One hundred and tnent Ave thousand il2...ii00i shares of the par valus of Oi e hundred dollars (SKioi a share of the Common Stork Tha transfer books of the Company will be rloic-d at three o'clotk P. M ou April 12th, 189, and re main closed until ten o'clock A. M on Vprll 22nd 1KHW DA KELLER. hscreUrj Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Uo. Coupons due April 1 on First .Mortgage (Lalo Erie Division) Hinds will be paid at the office af the undersigned upon presentation, nn nr after April 1. 1869, THE MERCANTILE TRUST CO., TruiUe. v v v ,?r LOi'.IB. FITZGERALD, President. 1 New York, March 31, If 06, t( TRUST CO Coupon nnvnlile nt our nlllce.OO Ilrondwiiy, on stml lifter April 1. 1801). NEW VORK CITV COUPONS. (Irmiil River Con! anil Coke Co. Oi. Isllp (TiMin of I Union Iree School out. No, 1 4a, Mercnntlte Cii-nliernllve Ilnnk. Monrow County fins Co, tit lis New York Athletic Club 3d m, Wlllklns (Village of) Reg. Int. " " OFFICE OF i:.1U'IRK STATIMOAIIO MINING AMI lKVi:i,OIIN() COMPANY, BTOKr.S 1IUII.IIIM1, 4.', CEDAR STREET. NEW YOltK. March aut, 1801). DIVIDEND NO. II. A montlilv dlv Ideud of two per rent, nn the capital itodlnf this (.ompaii) his this day been declared payable prll ir.th to stockholders of record at the close nf business ou April 1st. P. ,1. K1LNE1I. Secretary. ,Tlli:irtAM.ATIN NATIONAL RANK OF THE Oil Y OF NEW YORK. The IXIil Ciinsiciitlvi' semi- Viiiiiuil Dividend NEW YORK. March 20. IHUP. The dliectnrs of this Dank liave this day declared a dividend nf FIVE PEII CENT and an extra divi dend nf ONE PER CENT., freo nf tax, payable on and after April itth prostmn. The tranirer books will remain ilosrd until thit date. SMH'hL W00LVERTON. Cashler. MISSOI'RI, KANSAS TKXAS HY. CO. 4r Wall St., March .10, 1HIIU Coupons of THE MISSOI'RI, KANSAS k EAST ERN RMLWAY COMl'sNY maturing April 1, lsmi. will be paid upon presentation at this office ou and after that dale. CO. HEDOE, V -I'rest, and Treasurer, Illinois Steel Company Noii-Cnnvertllile Iiebnnlitre Roods. Mississippi River llrlilge C'nnipnnr 1'lrst Morlgnge Ilonds, Coupons on the above, maturing April 1st, 1BBP. will be paid nn and sftcr that date st the oflice nf Culler, Inrgan A- Co., l'inaucljl Agents, 44 line St., New York lluffnlo Rnllwnj Comiuinj- 0 Per Cent. lie lienliires. Coupons nn the above, maturing April 1st, 180P, will be paid nil and nfti r thst dvto at the ntfice nf Cniler, Morgan K Co., riiuuirlal Agents, 44 Pine St., New York. . - 1 Elections.' and JUrctinfiu. ori'ici: or tiii: soittiikrn pacu'ic (OMPANV. No, 4 Montgomery Street, San I'raniisco, Cal March 8th. I80. 'PIIE Annual Meeting nf Iho Stockholders of the I Southern Padfte Company, tor the eliUion of Directors for the ensnlngjiur and for Hie transac tion of such other huMiii as muy le lu ought be fore llic meeting, will Ihi liold at the otllieof tho Companv, In the city of han Frantlscn, Cal., nn Wednesday, tho Cth dm ot April, 18911, at 12 o'clock noon. The stock transfer books of the Company will be closed from 12o'clmk noon Saturdsv, March 2Mb, to lu o'clock A, M. 'lhursday, April nth. Ihuu E. C. WRIGHT, Secretary. riMIE ANNUAL MEET1NO of the stockholders nf I the Consolidated Clearing Hiuise nf New York (Limitedi will be held at the oflice of the Company, r.8 Ilroadway, ou Tuesday, April 4th, IHUU. fur the ele tion of seven directors and the transaction of audi other business as may be presented. OEO. S. SMALL. JR., Secretary. f ! J J Coptirtncrship Jloticf,. MR. ARTHUR S. FAIRCHILDand MR. O. TROVV RRIDOE HOI.LInThR are admitted to partner ship iu our house from this date. VKKMII.Yi; AND COMPANY", NEW YORK. BOSTON. April lit. 18H. rt nlrs; ana CxhibiTion(. American Art Galleries, Mnrilfton Square Hoxitli, New Ynrk. Absolute Public Sale. Afternoon jg Afternoon A Very Important Collection or Ancient and Modern Japanese and Chinese Art Objects, " Is of much better average excel lence than those usually offered at Auction Sales." The Sun. SKLKCTKD BV JAPANESE KXPKItT K. OSHIMA. THOMAS E. KIRBY, Auctioneer. AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers. American Art Galleries, Madison Squnrr .South, New York. LAST DAYS. First Annual Exhibition of the Society of LANDSCAPE PAINTERS. J?ianofortfiS, (Ornnns, &t. WEBER WAREROOMS Cur. I'ifth Ave. nml sixteenth St. PTATIfiR To nut. and rent applied if pur X xaivvjo thated within a reasonable time. pTATvinS SecnniMiind UprlRhta in (rood cob faaivuii dllion from $1011 to 2uo. PTANOS Pliulilly "sed, as cood as new, at a "" '" discount of from $100 to $200 from iM rrcular cash prices. PIANOS NEW WERER rUKOSwhlrh are not iiiiiiiii; lisied in our presi nt Catalogue sold 11 1 at prici's that wilt be appreciated bv SZZS those wantiui: the blithest igrads of iiistruiuruts PIANOS l'liii'lissemof ourXewBTt'YVEBANT . l'HNOHat !.', m z(hanie them m-S at sn t line wit hill live jiarsfora new 1 1 WEHElt I'l VNOiira new WIIEEUICK PIANO, win n a fair allowance will be niBde, or if exriianued within one year tin full prii'i' p.iid will be allowtd. INSPECTION INVITIlll. t'ORRKsl'ONOIINCi: SOI.ICITKII. WEBER WAREROOMS for. Fifth Ave, mill Mxtvruth St. STEINWAY & SONS .SO. Iim II. UTII STIIKKT. lluvi slnaison hand a large stot k of SKCOMLIIAMl PIANOS nf almost etrj make their mvn Inclinlnl, taken In evi hanite for lien Htiluuaj planus These tnstril nunts art in Kood order, having iH-en thorouglily re paired by us, and thry are utttnil at lowest possible prii i-s itf-Rvvnie nf IIukus slelnvvny I'laims. MIAl'TII'l I. new iiprwht pianos, si'j.v, 8telnwa llliliuht. baru-aln WIN MtUOTII. Ill", liist 14 III at . Iir.mcli. 114 '.til iiv. JMRUUNX. Itiduced price, in uprUhl pianos -II ( t.iiLi'i-1111; uratid. Slr.il eas pavniimts, ( llltlhrMAN. IU U.t I4lhst t "III AT HAROUNB (IN INSTALLMENTS M HUD I PWARI) RENTS T (10 IIPW MID. Send for atslouue ooltliON'S, tan 1'lfih av. IAI'.dL u.sorlnint, slishtl) u.fd. Irtn to Jljr,: i rent 13. klilall installments. III'VRIhR RltOS , 1.1 Liisl Mill st RH.HHI.E Connor Pianos Eslali. 1H77 RIkIi .lade Medium prlie Eaa terms Renting; en liamrtnic 4 1 ast 42d st. lfW-,Ah0N HAMLIN", nprtdht Stelnwa! OilJlJ i2r.: Chickeilnir. lin ients, $2 up SCHLEICHER ti hONB, PWest 14lhst. IVwoiirI 3otirc.. INMOY'smoklnit made harmless by using "Smoker's J Relief. ' All druntiistaaud ilgar dealers. 10c. "Ctnillnrji notcljs and Jwtnurnnt. This list appears Tucsdnjs nnd Saliiida Hotel lulbriiiaiiiui I'ri'o. l'or booklets of American. EtiMpiau 11 .1 ). SPRING RESORTS, Also Ratraof Apartments in Hotels lieluw. cid ot address (send stamp) Hotel Tnri.I Itiiioau, ( .? Firth lie, Srw Ynlk. I Ult MrfiY-jK St., J.nmlnn. i V4H II ur tlr Itlvoll. Paw. I SO Oul SI., Inn llmitl-tr, t,,. HOTEL POCKET GUIDE tA, P.. American rian; E. 1'., European, Op i'i"io AI.UAN Y,N.Y..IIulel Ten Eyck, R.V., 2 up, A P ( ( p do , Hotel Kenniore, A I', ft ,,, AflURYI'ARK.OrandCentral.t8tolnkl t. j A8UF.VILLK N. C Ilattery Park Hotel, , p t, Hotel Rudolf v p 4 o Hotel Itleawurth. A. P., .l mi t.. 1 p.. . Hotel DeMllo.A.P3. Coach meets all! nln,, jE. Orand Atlantic Hotel A. P.. 1, r p j. ,, i-lo'"' The Roman A. P., $3 up, E I' ft r,o tn, 5J The Wlllslilro A.P.tamti IThe Irvlngton... A. p is ,1 RALTIMORE, Mil The Currollton, A I' , p BOSTON, Mass Hotel Veniloiiie. p -, do. . Hotel llninswick.E. P., tl .Mi, A P M do. CopleySti. Hotel, E.I'..H.OO up, A.P ,.i mi up RROOKLYN.N.Y.ThetSt.Oeorife. K.I.,I,A P n up CHIOAno.IU.Irfxlngton Hotel. E.F.,11 up. p,,i FLORIDA. Jacksonville Ht. James Hotel, A.P. It.ip IARCIIMONT, K. Y...MItchill House. Opens Apn I Kenslns-I De Vere, Trinceof Wnli Ilroadnail, ,p ton I Kensington Pal,, cow open to the iuiMi ; Hotels, ( lift; elcctrio light; everything up to .1st Tnvnnv ( Wntmlnster, high ilsss Resident il mi iriJ.ii'.'a 1 '",cl- "neicelli d for cuLlni rom. Bt. Ennln a f forti mmll.te trla-, MORILE.AU Il.ittie House. . p.. j" ,, MONTREAL, Can.PI.VlKerIlll.a.p..3iip,ep $ip NEW HAVEN. Conn Hotel Savoy. 1 p . ,, NEW ORLEANS, La ,8t. Charles Hoti 1, A P . H ip NEW YORK Firth Avenuu Hotel, A P , up do. Holland House K. I' : up do. (Chambers.W.R'wa'CoBmopolltan,E P,$ up OMAHA, Neb., Her Orand Hotel !". P., l .p 01.11 POINT COMFORT.Va.lItlChamlierlln.a p llup PHILADELPHIA, l'a.Aldiuc.u.p.s.'i.r.nup.e p tl r.n lp do. The IJlfavette litest. Ale. and Tdh 1, I! P Hup riTTSIIURO,ra..IltlH.dii'nley.e.p.$l Soup. a p.i up QUEUEC, Can Chateau Frontcuac, A. P , $:t 11 p HT. LOt'lR. MnPlanters' Hotel, E. P..'Jiip,.P$ up WASHINOTON, I). O Arlington Hotel, A P is. do. (RrstaiirantAIc.i.HotclChainberllii.l'. P ,f .up do. Tho Raleigh, E. 1'.. 1 Mi up This list appears every Tues., Wednesday A. Saturday, WHERE TO DINE. For Information. ctrfuHr. At., of any Itevtatirnnt or Hotel below call oraililrritft tecntl Ktanip) HOTEL TARIFF BUREAU, Kl Fifth Ave. New York. Air. means A la Carte: Tilli. means Table d'Hota dinner. Dellnonlro's Mh avenue, corner 44th st. Me. IIRKVOORT USE 1 Mhav.A: 8thst. Ale k illiei llrevourt llouso celledTdhtl.2r.. withliiip'd Brevoort Ilntise ) wine. Concert every evening Leon riiuiret.r.thav.ilHth. AIc.Tdh ,$1,2.',i)Iiimci .MnrHIn'i .4 W. 2(ith st. Tdh. (Muli .1 Mnrsh's, 104 W. 34 (R.fc L, Tdhl Pin. k S. Ale .Musla Terrnt'efiarileiii 1 r8th St., near Lei av. AV. Cnfei lleumann, I Broadway and Reade st. Ale. Hotel IIungarl,4i;nlonS.i., Tdh. 7Cc.,wlthwlnrl i.iiclion'stieliiinnRestiuirniit, 110 East 14th st. Au Clint Nolr io51W'.B'way(Tdh.r0c.wlne)uptown An Chut Nolr J32W.28.AlcTdh. L'ch.r.Oc D'r.Tr.e. AuChatNoir (Music) After Tlirntrv Knnpera. Hiinenrlii Restaurant, iReiently enlarged and On Sd nr. and 10th st. improved. Tdh. A. AV. t'nfe Itoulevnril. 'Celebrated Oypsy Hand. Montnnelll, 107 W. 44th (Tdh. 7rc. wine. Music) ' Cnrnrcle Hall ltcst.,7av.fc B. Tdh.I, aoc. Din.MVa Arrtln Clmberty, I ... ,,. r. ,, 12-. West 30th st. f Alc-(T,,h" r0c" Wln"'- .lacqiilii . 57 West 2Hth st. Ale. Tdh.. ",e. llrorkholst Rest., r,24 k r.20 Columbus ar. Alo. TI1I8 LIST APPEARS EVERY BATORDAY. WHERE TO GOLF. The following ara stated In "OOLF," an official or gan of the United States Onlf Association, to ha lintels of repute where golfers may conveniently take part In the Ruj al and Ancient Game; , ABIIEVH.LE, N.C . .Battery Park. Dec.loMay ATLANTIC CliY.N.J.Hrlghtnn Op. all year T Haddonllall .. Op.ulljrar " Hhelburue Op. all rear HOT SPRINGS. Va The Homestead Op. all ear HOT SPRINGS, N. C.Mountaln Park ...Op. all v Pit LAKEWOOD, N. J.. Laurel House . Oct. M .inn. " ' laurel In the Pines.N'ov, toMsr " " Tim Lakewood. Nov. to May MAPLEWOOD.N.H. The Maplewood Iillv too, 1 (iOI.T, SI PKR YF.AR. IS PIIRI.ISIIKII MONTHLY FROM ISO NASSAU sTRKl.T, NEW YORK, RY .IOSIA1I NTAVMAN. fSENII l'OIl SAMPLE COPIES.) VISITORS TO NEW YORK Should send to Broadway Central Hotel FOR NEW MAPS OF THE CITY DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS AND TARIFF OF CHARGES MAILED FREE TO ANY ADDRESS. LOCATION ABSOLUTELY UNEQUALLED FOR BUSINESS, SIGHT-SEEING AND PLEASURE. ALL THE NEW RAPID TRANSIT CABLE LINES PASS THE DOOR. 45TILLY HAYNES, BOSTON. PHOPBit-TOR. NEW YORK Sherman Square Hotel, BOULEVARD. CORNER WEST 7IST ST. AMERICAN PLAN. Strictly a family hotel; choice Miitei, furnifthrd or unfurnished, to lent by the kcukod nr je-ar Cut ulna and send p of ttin hicheat oidor. All water uwd in thin hotel U fllterrd, Kates leaiunable IOeation coufnlfnt to all parts of thflcltv UAMKK I,AVlIKN:i:. Mnnicr. THE CARDENHOTEU ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. NOW OPKN. The most delightful hotel on the Atlantio Coast. Tot Excellence of Cuisine and Serv ice it is unsurpassed. Uotand Cold Fresh and Salt Water Uaths stithl.vctr buite of Rooms. HflTri MADTV Kreneh tahla d'hote, r.ne. 47 West 24th St. Z'lT' Vri"tB Dlma (ToUfflfri nml Arhools;. l'or C.lris & Vounc Wonien-Cllj Country KINDERGARTEN zT.i':,,V,?,Ke7s'l,V.i. Kprlne term opens April Id, spitlsl indiicemeiiti. liri Mholursliipsvlliii'il Met Teinplt.Tthav . Utli.t. For VouiiK Men & Vinnen Cltjr X- Country. REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS. Over 3,000 fltiidmitfl hie been prepared at Nw York Preparatory School, . i:u at., c.uaes and private work. HtuttenU muy enter now. l'or Hoy mid YmtncMen- City and Country 230 expenditure annually hfalthfulnetti remark able, backward Individually toached, (tnccfcNfully conducted, fortieth jear reterencen. IIcmptea4 tS. Y Umtitute Dantlnc Acndf mlft,. " MISS McCABE'S Daurinj school, 21 tui.t I'tti st . near leva? Private aud class lessons dally ; heKlunera any lima, (?xea:aions. 'ODKISIIISO -Kir. 4NilIF.lt. lues, Ihurs. and V - Kundaj, Jlnt si., K It , 7 '-'I.. D.mery, H or,, far 50c AL FOSTIJR, f.MHIIINH - On Mr AMILKll. Thursday, pasicntiers A rsut;lit pleuly cuniiers. blarktlsh. codnsh Al. FOSTER, .for alc. !KsKS,-toll topa, partHimis, raillncr table, Hafci, it-tter pievrat, (nunttrt htlvim;-. htoren. offl ex htted. 1'INN UltUH.. sk as Centre t., bet. Headland Pnane UKSTAritANT. went of Ilroadway, below "llleecker at., doliiK uuud biihin ... e,tabli).ed trade. A4 Ureka UAXUWIN, bui lOti Sua ofllOf.