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lifll S THE SUN, MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1899. ...
IL f.lf fi ' : LI -
rE I I! innnrial.
jylw I J to thi: holiif.ks or the
IW j Second Mortgage Bonds
The Texas & Pacific Railway Go.
llHw U I' T,IE KT ,'l ,s "loN M'" TAI.N ANI
IjgSX ) ISOUTIIKKN ItAILeVAi COMPANY, having
(fle" I I mado provision lo retire Its bonds prior In lien tilts
$ libit J I Oen.ral Consolidated Railway and Ijind (Irani Mort-
J 5 M? I. i gags, now proposes isubject to authorization and ap-
'iliJft' Si protalof 1U stockholders! tocreate an Issue of I30,-
WTO j ewo.ooO of Thirty-Year Four FcrCcnt. Hold llonds,
iSffi li! which are. to b. used to fund and retire tho Com-
3'ffi Jjf pany'sl'lre percent. Gold Funding Notes, to retlro
8 m" ? the existing Iron Mountain) arTrustO, rtlueales; to
' 2 fr $1 CsqiilnJthooutatau ling mortgage accuritlisof cer-
IjS J tain companies owning lines leased tothobt. Louis,
3 jjjVi l( j Iron Mountain and Hotilhirn Hallway Company, ag-
8 )& PIS gregatlnga mileage of muni than 320 miles, tn ac
JS jf JijS qnlra all or any part of tho issue of tho Second Mort
is i?ii rla cage Fir. per cent. Bondiof Tholeias and Pacini
t V 'li'B Hallway Company! to make Improvements, better
S4Sfi liH menta and addition to tho projiertles of the Com
SS't't An panyand for othirrorporatopurpo.es. Theabovo
?lriiil lilt? amountof Iho Issue of now bonds may be Increased
5S; 31 "i FSr by not to exceed $ I O.MW.iXM ) of adlltlonal bonds,
Vi ; -VK' VVm which will bo reserved so that they can be issued
Iff t, 5' .( from time to tlmo only for the aciiulslllounreon
IS a sj J atnictlonandciiulpmuit of extensions and branthca
2l I i 5! 3 to tho Company's latlwa). t a rato not encoding
l" f'i f I2,000par value of Mich additional bonds lor each
iHm ' el 'i rniloof completed railroad construct! d or acquired
3 !' Il upon which tho new mortgage shall b"come a Brat
tsl.j i- W l Hen directly or by pl'dgo of the bond and stock
sS't $' ii z representing ownership.
stl! i I new '"'mis Ar" " be srenred by a morteaee
iS'" l il (aubject to tho (lencral Connolldatrd Mortuaicr) on
1'' TV) " b" rallroail, lermmali nnd c-iuipini nt owned
2 S' j- ' (!( by the Comiiany, ntnl oM-rllik', ai a llrht and only
I'tf Pk Hen. all ido'k an I bomla embraced In tho trunt
i T IfK of the Oold Kunilini: Nolo Indenture, upon aatlafac.
3 I . iJ'S "on ' ""''' Ifdcntuie. mid all leased and branch
9 ! ffi a line bonda and lorkn or the iirujurtUa on which
' ! if fci I ""' r""' au'1 ""' r' x" a1"' 'lc"lL' htr"n'' Mort-
I J' B f J 8 Bago Ilondi hldi Khjll bu lulen uportti'.jnlndby
5 ll I f ! the tike of tho new bonds or their proceeds, and all
I'i S' 9 betterments, Impmvemi nls. nddlttous, extension!,
' u 3 F '' J and branches mm ritntriirted or aciulred.
' ni fr 3 I hoi.dkhs ok Hi.ci)M) Mor.rdr.K bonds op
In ! O 2 TIIK TEXAS AND I'ACinc I!alLAY COMPANY
Si '' fi i " I")"' ON OK iH:i fKK Al'KII, 1BTII.
JIlS J jS I JfHO, deposit their lnid", with eoupona pertaining
jl '( Bf ', thereto attached, with The Minantlle TrustCim-
lit f t?i pany. atltaolbce.No. UOllroadnar, New York City,
11 ' M will rtcele therefor noliablii cerilllcatcs entitllnir
111 '" BY the holdtn to recde, ujion the surrender thereof.
jj i Jul uiion the due authorization by the stockholders and
ill fl K execution of the propoix d mortRdit" and issue of the
I I fe bonds secured thereby, prior to htptember let, I8'i,
I J fjfc' ; in amount of th new bondi r'jiial at par to sixty-
1' I g, five (60) per ent. of Iho par amountof the deposited
! t. L'J bonds, the new bonds to tn ar Interist from July 1st,
ill!! 'ill1 1801'. Depositors hio UioprltllrKti at the tlmo of
pf'll' ,'i l deposltinB their bonds tot lei t to sell to a Syndicate
Sat 'if ' lK,ltr-nu (f,B' l""r crni- ,f ,,lflr Ilar,al118 In
31 j ' rfl cash, the new bonds which they will bo entitled to
kji i receive, such prico to be payable at the olllre of Tho
6 8,! ' i -' Mercantile Trust Cuinpitit. at the time of the Issue
I I ?; j' of tho new bonds, and sultnide ccrtitloatei will le
Jj :l fl Issued to dcpoltors so deotini; to soil, cntitllnc
i ' si' them to receliotaahtotho amount aboto slated upon
'li -i 1 aurrender of btich crtlllcatrs.
ti , H Upon execution of the now liiorlitagetlie deposited
ff ' (jl Iionds am to bo transferred, .ind delivered by the
!KC ' j Trust Company to the bt Louis, Iron Mountain and
13 ' 'v j Bouthern Hallway Company, vnd pledged under the
i S '' f li now morttfauo in consideration of tho issuo and do-
til fi' it Jlvery to tho Trust .Company of tho new bonds In
Bin t' j' exchange therefor, and the 'Iriwt Company there-
S'S ' h SI tipon will dolier tho new henda to tho holdera of
lis ' n "' lta certificates of degioslt entllled therctci, and also
3 irl ! to the Syndicate above mentioned upon receipt from
lH'-tsl f 'no aXlllc,t', of "19 c"n Pr're thereof as above
III J! C atatedforpaynKtit to the holdere of certlnoates of
III ) t I deposit lsauod to depositors who have elected to
Ml If I1 In case the new morlsaKe should not be authorirod
(Iff i and duly exocuted und tho bonds thereunder be
H r I i" 1 ready for dillt cry to the holders of said certificates
ill "i V It attheofllcoof The Mercantile Trust Company prior
rS 'I I' I' to September lat, lbim, the dtpoalttd bonds are to
j' I i it be returatd without tharuo to holders of tho respec-
I'S 'I It thocertlOcatcstherolor upou surrender of their cer-
I ( 8 J Ilonds not deposited on or before April 1R, 1890,
II 'T i Jt wlllberccehcddfat all) only upon such terms and
I 1 I li ti conditions as the ltallway Company hereafter may fix.
in 'IS ii 1 It la expected that tho new bonds will be Issued
19 Jl I i' and delivered anaiust tho certlncatea of ileposltdur
jfl J jj tnK the first week of .luly.
I Hi I 8 Dated March 27. 1Hii.
II I k V The St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R' way Co.
III I jj - Uy OF.OHOK J. OOULD, President.
B I If ;j A. II. CALEl'. bcrrttary.
U9 ) !i I to Tiir. noLiims or the
I STOCKS AND BONDS
!l Hnnsna 111, I'ltl-burR A; ulf H. It. Co.
Ill M ' 1 KnnauH 'll Niihiirlinu llt-Jt II. II. Co.
I Consolldatol Terminal II. It. Co.
n 1 Union Terinlniil It. It. Co.
HI 3 i j IfunsjiH Vlty IiiileiM-iHlciien Air 1,1 nr.
Jj Jf M - KailsUHCit),hlirrx-iort ArfJiilf'rt-rm.Co.fc
HE V Vort Artliur liniiiiel A- Ilni'k 'oiniun.
Hjn -S Theundeini;n'd 1" lo annouiico tint they are
Hjyj i acting asn ( iniiilft of Iieadiutnuntof the atTalrs
B Jj j ofthoaboti in mi li 'iiiptnlis undf rtheAgreement
Hj jfl, f mentioned below, loul'it hAureeuit nt the In ldersof
HK fl largnainounts tif tert.iiu of the aboe-uamed sccuri
HB Jf , I ties hao become parties.
HH y 1 ' f The Conir.ill' i iust tiiai, for the purposo of
CM ! - a protectlnu the ml r M e f th" llxitdhidders and
HB '1 j Btockhohb rh, Hi i ititti itisforStoi U andtlic Ilonds
HJI l 4 above named, with tuitions atijchi d, bo deposited
aSJ ii i 6 promptly with the Mm anttlc Trust Company of tho
HR , t city of New ork, or with Messrs Adolph Ilolscaln
aVJ !' k Company of Amsterdam, Holland, depositaries,
HI (Si j from either of whom copiia of the Agree mentabovo
PBE j yeftrreil to way bo obtained.
HE i jl The Agreemt nt prowdts for Iho publication for
pii ) m two weeks of a l'laii. when lomplt bid, and givea tho
PB . iV ' right to dcioitori upon terms therein specified to
HJ 'It j withdraw their llonds and Sto Ls within two weeks
HB Tftj j after the expiration of such publication If the I'lan
HjL Ml j ahoultlnot busjtlsfacl.iry to Hum.
c VHi V ThoCommiiten limb rtakn to att only for boldsrs
Liwal K f BUCh lons An bliar h ts shall deposit their
LHeunv An arrangement has been made with The Mere an
pBsR tile Trust Company and Mrsfis Atbdph n-ilssoaln
pBflPnK ii Company to udtanco to tlr-ositlug Hontlholders
PH U, j an amount eiiul totho Interest m.itur'ng prll t,
PH JjK ttpon Kaiuas City, l'lttsburu A. uiilf o l'er Cent.
PHJUI Xlonds dei nstted
Ps !S( Negotiable rtcelpts will tmlnstied by tho deposit-
LHeflt H aries aboe nuineft in e. hautjn for tho Itouds and
LB HI' ' fctocks deposlte d.
' j KIlM.sT 'I 11 tl.MANS, Clinlriunn,
j Iff I.))fls I I l1il K Vl.l),
y' ,1. I.OWIII.K WI.I.S1I,
M ly; : ,7. iii. ).ih:m:n. .nt..
H- i fi avi i.i.iam 1.. iit'i.i.,
M ,-! i Aitriii'K r. stiiavki.t.,
ttl' i K. II. ll.MtltlllAN,
PM ff 1'.. f e.i.imiii: ) ofi'r.i,!,,
PJj jjp L iV. V.. (il.YS.
PA tfP' S WILMAMC. 01 l.l.ivr.lt. Counsel to Committee,
iB Ilk ' ' McDOUOAI.L HAVhS, Counsel for Foreign He-
PB Bit etirity Holdt rs.
l ," AI.VIN W. Kltl'CII. Pecretiry. 120 Broadway. Now
PB .illi j York, March ni. IHO').
II C1TYTRUST CO
Wit ft OF NEW YORK.
U 36 WALL STREETS
f I' , cnPITKL $1,000,000
ft tr.utlnly imetttd lo City of Niff iort llonds )
th ' SURPLUS $1,000,000
H Allows Interest on Daily Balances.
pV I ' Subject to check, payable nt slplit or
I I thtouRh tlio Now York I'lenrlnK-houso and
pi ', V on CertlficatcH of Deposit
, I Acta ai Fiscal and Transfer Agent; Registrar ol
H ( , Stocks and Bonds; Trustee lor Corporation ,Mort-
I i Bancs; Ouardlani Executor: Administrator; Trus-
pB I ; jj tee; Committee; Receiver; Assignee, etc.
H ? jj Loans Money on Bonds and Mortgage.
H '' -i TitAVi:i.i.i:i:s' i.liti.iis op tiu.uir
B! L Transacts a General Banking Business.
H : I OFFICERS :
1) l JAIIKS n(lH lltlt. l-rralili-nt.
2 I Jflll.N II. CIIIMMINS. Ifr-lTe-xlllrnt.
cF 1 iHKOIKii: It. SIIIII.IION, 'Jil Vle-c-l'rra't.
LHV,? r AHTIII'lt 'ri.IIIIY. A--iltnnl .Secretary,
KH I JtVAI.TIUl . I,i:i:, litl Annt. Se-ere-tury.
':' f' DIRECTORS
LLF' 'St. John I. Ciiniuilns, llcnn t) llavemeyer.
LB i fi Vim. II. Grace, KIertou 11 Chapman,
l 1 I 'Wm. II. tlt-lsheuen, I'i ti r Doelgt-r,
T' ' Frank II. I'latt. t harleaW. Morse.
K M James Hoosevelt, Charles V. r'tirnes,
B JIugene Kelly, Wm, Halls, Jr.,
Bl MA Georue It, Hheldon, Ilernard M. Hbanley,
B ft Kd. N. aiiibe, I'rank II. lAwrence,
LLm , gdwln Warneld, James li. Ijiycg.
t li I Edward Kjj s, James lloss Curras.
inanttol.
'notick'to sDiCKiioi.nKiis
or
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
Office of the Ilroolbn Itapld Transit Company,
No. 108 Montaguo Street,
Ilorough of nrooklyn, City of New York.
April 1st, lbOI).
Jlrooklyn Uapld Transit Comiany hereby gives
notice that it projioscs to issue additions! shires of
Ha capital stock of the yaralueof 11 DO each from
tho increased amount thereof lately authorized. The
aggregate par value of the additional stock so to be
Issued will bo enual to set en percent, of the par of
Itacapllil sloik oiitatandin at the time of closing
of the transfer bonks on April loth, tHKV, Much
stock Is to le Issmd for tho purposes of purchas
ing and electrically eiiulppln tho Ilrooklyn and
Iirghton Ileai h Ilallroad proiertles ami electrically
I'inippliit: tho railroad of 1 lie Prospect I'ark and
loiiey Island llailroad Company, which by agree'
mentis to bo ltaed for nino hundred and ninety
nine years to a company of the Hrouklrn Uapld
Ttanslt Hytti in, and for such additions and Improve
ments to the lallroad properties owned or controlled
by tho Brooklyn ltipld Transit Hystera as maybe
deemed (bslrable.
Tho hollers of Central Trust Company certificates
for lirookljn Uapld Transit C ttniuny stock as
shown on tho transfer books kept by tho Central
Trust Company on the elosinc thereof at twche
o'clock noon on Saturday, April ltlb, 1BU, will be
Ktven an opportunity to subscribe at par for Tnst
Company certificates representing shares of Brook
lyn Itapid Transit Company stock equal to seven
per cent, of the pt value of their respective hold
ings. The new ce rtitlcates will be entitled to their
proportion of dividends doclarcd after their Issue,
All of said stock will bo deposited with Central
Trust Company of New York, and will be Issued
aubject to tho terma and conditions of certain
voting trust agreements. Certificate holders entitled
to subscribe, but notdeslrli.e to do so, may assign
their rights. Subscriptions, and assignments of
rights to subscribe, shall bo made In writing upon
blank forms which will bo hereafter sont to cer
tificate holders, and all subscriptions, whether by
holdera of certificates or holders of assignments,
must bo filed with Central Trust Company of New
York at Its offlce. No, ot Wall Street, New York City,
at or before twelve o'clock noon on Saturday, the
20th day of April, IHHK, The right to subscrlho for
Central Trust Company certificates representing new
stock will then expire
Every subscription must be accompanied by pay
ment in cash or by certified check to the amount at
I ar of tho certifitatis subscribed for Negotiablo
receipts of the Trust Company wlU bo given and
tho certificates subscribed and paid for will bolstued
and delivered as soon thereafter as practicable.
Scrip certificates will be Issued for fractional parts
of shares which will bo exchangeable for certificates
at par In $100 lots. Any certificates not subscribed
for or taken will bo disposed of as the Board of
Directors may determine.
Transfer books will bo closed on Saturday, April
ir.th, lHlt'.t, at twelve o'clock noon, and will bo re
opened on Monday, May 1st, ISM, at ten o'clock
A. M.
By order of the Board of Directors.
C L. 1 10bSlTr.lt,
1'reaidenL
T H. WILLIAMS,
Secretary.
'Municipal Bonds.
$13,000 Cape May, N.J. . . 5s
10,000 Spokane, Wash. . . 5Ja
35.000 Wallingford, Conn. . 3s
25,000 Montgomery, Ala. . 4s
20,000 Everett, Mass. . . 4s
12,000 Danvers, Mass. . . 4s
10,000 Saugus, Mass. . . 4s
40,000 Austin, Tex. ... 5s
20,000 Monrovia, Cal. . . 6s:
1 00,000 Somersworth, N. H. . 4s
25,000 Jay County, Ind. . 3is
25,000 Harrison County, Ind. 4s
40,000 Saginaw, Mich. . . 4s
7,000 Roscommon Co., Mich. 5s
5?o Bonds of ;Dividcnd Paying
Railroads and Street Railroads.
Write lor Descriptive Clrculiiro.
E. H. GAY & CO.,
1 NA.-v-.AL' VT.
TOWN OF GUTTENBERG,
HCDSON COI'NIY, N J
Sale of $25,000 School Bonds.
heal. proposals will rceUeil by the Hoard of
Couneilmfii of the town of (inttenlorir. at tho Town
JUU, inmiiil tiiwn, until April . l"Pl'. atHoV.ock
1. M., for thti purihiiriM nf tuntjM.a thou nan 1 dol
lar of "nehonl hnml." of juI town, to ho Hjud
under thf authority of tho art of tho I,ciri"lature of
hfv. Jertspy, ntttld "Mi Ad to author! tho pur
( ho of limit and tho v liitruftmn of hoolh iUo
thinou, and tho !hp.uiiii: of tainu lu ttivrna nf thlfl
btat't" approvf-l Juno 14. I,. hii.! huudrtulll
1 rarlnU nit at tho rite of tlvo prrrnt. per annum,
ilt tioiiiinatlon r.uo. maturlnit & follnwri. tz On
thotir-siiid iKdlars tticrouf on tho Hint lav of M iv,
lito2, and cno thousdiid dollars thereof annually
ttlllLltUT
Va h prnpoal mint tie aerompanlpd by a deposit
of thrco i r t nt. f tho amount of tho hid which
deposit "l ,v "' fthf r tn iumey or certified check to
Uif order of tho t nn
No condition il b'd will h iwftP.1.
HKltMN WAI.KKH, Chairman.
W. I STAT HAM, Town Clrk.
5f s Tlmo fmrtstnienti drw n per f f
Jf rnt. liitorcfct, Mivlnc dppon- Zj.
Q t tl and upward) draw & O
MANHAHAnI'eAL ESTATE & LOAN CO.,
". Mlf MiWAY. NKW YOBK.
Fndrr ti w i ti Ntw ork ltanklni iJppartment.
Haskins & Sells,
Certified Public Accountants,
NO. ii( lillOAl) ST.. M:V YORK
TANTl".r- By a member of the NVw York Stock
it hxrhnu'c, a iMtliifr. munt u, a man of un
doubted nil, grity. re-ponsibilily and position. An
swer Post Omco boi 2,1171'.
Snnhcw nnd 2N5iir;'3
g f Kxecute orders for
Redmond wra-iM..
lWUlllVTllVl Boston, and l'rovi:
eb-nce Conntctcdby
I- .-..m C iirlvale wires Ko-
ti. Ptt V I fl r(,w' dejiosita siib-
AVVI 1 sAVUl. jet to draft Actus
hstal agents for and
IIASItrKS, mgotlato und issue
loans of llallroads.
41 WAI.I, ST , N. Y. Street luilwavs,
Has Companies, c.
llenibers Transact a general
N Y. Stock i:xchang. I b""lllI")f.AI ''"J'ne"".
Illgb-drn.lii Investment Sei-nrltlest
List of current offerings sent on apnllcatinn.
rilll.AIlKI.PIIIA OllltKi-I'ONIir.NTS.
(IKWIAM, lilMtlt .V. CO.
VK MAKK A NI'i:ciAI.TY 1
BANK & TRUST CO.
STOCKS.
P. J. QOODHART & CO.
mi:ihu:ks n. y. stckic r.xcii.wnR.
!5S WALL ST.. NKW YORK.
NORTON & TUHSTuLi:
33 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
M mbers of the
NKW YOllh, KlOl'h KNCIIANOK.
M:tV lolth COl ION K.XOIHNOK.
Stocks, GreVin, Cotton,
Bpnds & Investment Securities.
KOUNTZE BR0THERS7"
BANKERS,
Broadway and Cedar Street, New York.
Dopohit iiiroimtfl re'colve'il.
Vhanri'H liiiulc upon rullroiul,
munli'lpnl uinl nthor nppioiil bcrurltlos.
i Letters of Credit Issued.
DOUGLAS & JONES,
Members New York Stock Exchange,
i:staiii.imii:i lHKti.
24 Broad St., New York City.
STOCKS AND IlONDH UOI'OHT AND SOLD YOR
CASU AKD CAlllllliD ON MAIICI1N.
gnnhrriJ nnd groltew.
H. B. Hollins & Co.,
COR. OF WALL St HIIOAO 8TS., N. Y.
LETTERS OF CREDIT
FOR TRAVELLERS' USE.
DRAFTS AND CAULK TRANSFERS
on Cuba, Porto Rico, the West
Indies, South and Central America,
Mexico, and Hawaii.
HAVEN & STOUT
1 Nassau Street, Cor. Wall St.
(New York fotock Uxchan?e,
Mtmbercof Ntw York Cotton Kx change
lCh..air Hoard of Trade
Orders executed on the above Kxchaxuoa tn
00NDS, STOCKS, COTTON, GF.AIN
Geo. F. DomlnicV, Jr. Dlalr S. Wllliann.
Lamont Domlnlck.
Oominick & Williams,
eO WALL STKKirr.
Telephone 340O Cortlandt.
Members ' Y. Stock lUclmnse.
fUviilntiltj unit dfntrrrt.
i'N i onpac;i fuTi t a? li i mi t o m iany1
NKW SetlllK. March in IHIip.
AillvldendofJONEDOI.Ult AND A HALF iSlXO)
rKUHIIAHKon tho Preferred Slock of Ibis Company
has been declared, payable at tho Treasurer's orttce,
KiulUble Uulldlnu, 120 Droadns), New York, on
and afler April lu, 18ft!', to tho holders of preferred
Hlock of record at the close of business April 1, ihni.
The Preferred ytock transfer books will close for
this divldi nd April I, lxiit), at 12 i clock noon, and
reopen at lu o'clock A, M. April 20, I huh
ALKX.MII.L4R.
t Hei.retaiT.
THE l'ACIFIC COAST COMIMNY,
III WALL ST , NEW YllltK, March K,, lnuil.
A dividend of two and one-half per e ent. on the
First Preferred stock, two per cent, on the St-ioud
Preferred stock and oue per cent, on the Comtion
stock of this company has been declared, payable
at the Treasurer's ofllee, Manhattan Trust Company,
on and after April JTtli, IMuii, to the stockholders of
record at tho close of business April 7th, 1P1
Tho transfer books will close April "lb, lHteo, at 3
oVIock P. M., and will reopen April ltn at 10
eclock A. M. JOHN KKAN, Treasurer.
AMKIIICAN MAI.TINO COMPANY.
bO BUOADWAY, N Y., Feb. i:8tn. 1B99.
DIVIDEND NO il
A quarterly dlvl.'cnd of ONE AND THItF.E
OUAltTEItS PEIl CENT, on the preferred stock of
this Company has been declared, payable Apnl
lnth, 1H9:. to stockholders of record at the eloso
eif business Apnl 3d, IHP9. The transfer books will
close April ad, lMliu, at a o'clock P. M., and reopen
April 17th, 1BUU, at lOei'clock A. M.
K. It. CU M'MAN. Treasurer.
NOKIOI.K ti MM'TIIKKN It. It. CO.
loo Broadwav. New York, Marcli 23, 189H.
IUVII)KM N. ','H.
A ejuarterly dividend of ONE PER CENT upon the
capital stock of this Cumpauyhas been declared.
pa able April to, imi!, attheofliceof theAtlantlo
Trust Company. 3M William Htreet, to stockholder
of record of March 31, 1MIU' Transfer books will
beelosod March 31, Ihuii, and reopened April 11,
1899. By order of tho Hoard of Directors.
M W. DOM I N 1C K. Treasurer.
TIIK OAI.I.AT1N NATIONAL HANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW Y.OI1K.
Tim 133d Consecutive fveMiil-Annmil Dividend
NEW oitK. March 29. iHim.
Tho directors of this Bank have this day eleclared
a dividend of l'IE PEIt CENT, and an extra divi
dend of ONE PEIl CENT., free of tax, payable on
and after April nth proximo. Tho tranafer books
will remain closed until that date.
BAMUEL VtuOLVKRTON. Cashier.
Illinois Steel Company NonC'onvortlble
Debenture llnuds.
Mississippi Illver llrldce Company Vlrst
MeirtEnsev ISonds.
Coupons on the above, maturlnc April 1st. 1R99,
will be paid on and after that date at the office of
Curler, Morgan li Co., Financial Agents, 44 line St.,
New York.
Uuflnlei Itevllwny Company fl l'er Cent. De
bentures. Coupons on the above, maturing April 1st. 1A99.
will be paid on and aft, r that d ito at tho office of
Cnyler, Morgan A. Co., Financial Agents, 44 Pino at.,
Nw York,
(Sltriioujsi nmt UcttinrjiJ.
OFFICE OF TIIK SOUTnEUN' PACIFIC
COMl'ANY.
No. 4 Montgomery Street, Ban Francisco, CaL,
March sth, 18u!.
'I'HE Annual Meeting of tho Btockholdsrs of the
Jt houthern Pacific Company, for tho election of
Directors for the ensulutryear and for the transac
tion of such either business as may be brouitht be
fore the meeting, will bo held at the offlce of the
Companv, In the City of hau Iranclsco. Cal., on
Weduesday. the nth day of April, IHD.i. at 12 o'clock
noon
1 he stock transfer books of the Company will bo
closed from 12 o'clock noon Saturdar, March 2Ctb,
to 10 o'clock A. M. Thursd ty, April nth, 1 xuv.
E. C. WltlOUl'. secretary.
gnuh gtrportja.
QCAIITKIILY llL'I'OIlT
Of THE
DANK OF AMERICA AT THE CLOSE OF
Hl'-sINKSS OV THE 301 II DAY
OF MAKCII, lHUUi
IIESOUUCES.
Loans and discounts t23,3SP,70S 88
Overdrafts . . 1,383 78
Due from trusv companies, banks,
bankers, and brokers 1,373,272 67
Banking bouse and lot teoo.oi ej eo
btofks and bonds ... l.POt.322 nil
hpccie 4,b64,uu2 04
I. niteit states b gal tenders and circu
lating notes of national banks .. . 9.221,023 00
Cash Items, viz.
Hills and checks for tho
next da-aevchangest 15,025,049 64
Otht r items carried as
cash.. 17.009(0
in,n42,5 73
,
49,8U7,3HO f,7
I.IAI1IMTIE3.
Capital stock paid In in cash fl.tvio.ooo no
Hurplua fund 2,2r,o,OeOOO
I'ndiviibd protlts. less current ex
penses and taxes paid . ... 400,351 23
Due depositora ... . 27,903, "M& 40
Due trust companies, banks, bankers,
broke rs, and savings banks 17.311,279 63
Cm aid dividends 1,944 00
4K,3'17,3rtO r.7
BTATr.OKNF.WYOnK.fOt'NTYOF NKW YOltK. ss .
W1I.IIVM II. PKitMNS, President, and WALTER
M HEN NET, Cashier of tho lljiikof Anient a, a bank
locaiedand doing busine-s at No 44 and 4tl Wall
street, in the C tr of New York,tn,ulil county, being
eluly sworn, eaeii for himself, sa)s that the foregoing
report is true and correct lu all respoi ts. to tho best
of his knowledge and belief, and they further ety
thut the usual business of said bank has 1 e'en trans
acted at the location required by tho banking law
(Chap tlMH, Laws. et lHi2f, and not clsewl.nn. and
that the abovn reiort is made in i ompltauco with an
oftictal notice received from tho Stii ermtendent of
lunks, dsignatltu the BOthdiyof Mann, lHieii, as
the day on which such rep rt shall be mad,-.
WILLI tM II I EltKlNM, President,
W IA r.lt M 111 NNET, Ca-hl. r
Severally subscTllxd and swoiu to by both dopo
nents, the 1st day of April, lmiu, before mo.
C1I VS. ll. ( IIICIIKsrF.il.
Seal of Notary.! Notary Public No. 87.
Ural (ff-tnte (Out of the CTity.
w .Jersey Suit) or Kent.
IfOTl RALE or rent, at F.-ist Orange, N. J . near Erlo
R. R , lo room houi-o, modern unprov, ments;
Price 4.20o. Address J. K WINCIIKI.L. Florence.
Mass
roiilSSn N UTLE tTnTJL
45 MINT1JW VIA hltlK ItAILHUlP.
Rcveral try attractive hount; wcll-r.liailel lawns;
(cnlfend field club, excellfntnbfcllui;; tent laoo
to f tJOO, Ftablcs. llhutratpil clrrttlar
JAMljt. 11 AY. 71 nmadvray.
ron rhnt. NUTLEY, N. J. r minutfa
H ft lined, attract! home (f 11 rorhis, parlor,
library, illninix ruoni, butlcrn pantry. kit-Then, and
luiinilrt nn tlrMt floor, Cabot stained rhlni:ln Iioiih ,
lle tuiiiiitt s aU nt Htatmn, nf and fi'dd iltibrt,
excellf ut wherliiitf. rent -fr.oo. Ihiftrati'd drrular.
-UMKS It. II Y, 71 Ilruftdwd).
""" AT Nl'TlileV, X. .1,"
llouoeten re h iui, l.e-ulnrt pantry and bithrom;
bu.lt thrctJ jrf. Ay mniuti unlk frum ntiiion.
fit iuint tralnn and low r miiKitation rati h, adj lna
tr ilr lmk. ampin tr mnd- MiirrtMindin; liuum . x
tetiHtvi in lbeautlfiil k u, tfniiMiiiOili rat. AdilroHH
ON NTH. 724 Pindcnti.il bitlldlni: Niwark N J
ASBURY PARK, ALLENHURST, DEAL.
Dcblrablrt fiiriilHhftl rottacH fir iln an 1 n nt,
MILAN ICONS, ASHI H I'AHK. N. .T.
lsr OUANdi:. N J-ru mlnutiV walk frnm
ii Hrirk dltunh htatfnn. a ! iiratd-i houii nf fleM-n
ruuinf, In i-rft'it urdtT, rent $710, poitnuHHlon at
once ddn
OWNKll. 425 William at., 1'jwt Orance, N. J.
UsufllaiieuusSitlo fir Kent.
PALISADES PARK.
Have you seen it? If not. write for freo circular.
Address PALIMDK-t PARK tlFFIt E.
i.ii wi:st --'aD st., ni:w ioiik.
tral (Jb.iiiT to tfxthanfir.
SKAHIDK, Knrkaway neachi bote1 40 rooms, first
class location, grand opportumtv for right pvrtv .
wnull also lease. Hi NAT. MAItllN, 1K.6 Myrtle
av,, Ilrooklyn.
SOUTHAMPTON. Long Isfaud.tlo acre farm, fully
stocked and Implriuenta; large watt-rfrout,
elegant opportunity, iriie f lo.r.oo, I0KATZ MAR
TIN, llGCiMllloav Brooklyn,
i IStatjstatf.
20 EAST 33d ST.
Foor-story high-stoop atone dwelling.
S. F. JAYNE & CO..
Telephone 433-IBth St. 23 West 53.1 8t.
Za Tft for Musinc.o.s $urpouf!i.
FOIt LKAtK.
18 AND 20 WEST 25TH ST.
&0X9M.9.
Nrnr Holl'man House.
Sultiililc for Htiftlnoss or Club.
S. F. JAYNE & CO.,
2S4 WEST 23D bT AND lid L1UERTV ST.
Telephono 432 lMth Ht
1st & 2d Lofts
SO RKKL-MAX ST. TOI1X
Will have new electric eli valor and be tint In first
class order. RU1.A.SD A W1I1TINO.
f, lleekmsu st.
A VERY LIGHTSTORE AND BASEMENT
TO LET.
19 BEEKMAN HT , BUM NASSAU.
RU1.ND ti Will I ISO,
0 BEhKMANhl.
ALAROF. ROOM" with largo skylight, to lot at 31
Heekinan st., mar Nassau st.
RULAND A WliniNO. r, Beekmanat.
gtci.1 tgjatntc at Auction.
PETER""?. MEYER, Auctioneer,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION ON
TUESDAY, April 11, 1800,
at 13 o'clock, at tho New York 1111 Edt&to Bale.
room, 111 Itroadway.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.
Jty nnlrr of tliTt uilnti ti Cnmitlon, Krecator,
nntl Mary II. Lnwrenqjt, Kzroutrlx of tho
Estate of BRYAN LAWRENCE, Deceased.
The Choice & Valuable Properties
Conil-iUna of fiitiro block bounded by
3D AND LINCOLN AVENUES,
SOUTHERN BOULEVARD AND
HARLEM RIVER.
TocKTiinn with
WATER FRONT & BULKHEADS
ADJOININO TUB
rflflinti vvi:lb; bridge.
ALSO THE
Valuable 2-story brick bicycle academy, with large
plot of land,
SOUTHWEST CORNER
DOULEVAHD & 60TH STREET,
AND
8 atory and haaement brick house, with 18 to rr ex
temlon, and 2 story brick stable on rear, with lot,
NO. 178 EAST 73D ST1ET.
For book-maps, terms and particulars, apply to
WILLIAM C. onit, Esq., Attorney for Executors, No.
M Chambers St.. or at tho Auctioneer's Offlce.
Geo. R. Read, Auctioneer,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION
Tuesday, April 4th, 1899,
At 12 o'clock nnon, at the Vow York Keal-Estate
Salesroom, ill llroadway.
The Detlrnbln IHtcIIIiii: nnd
22 and 24TSiilas Place,
Throuch U Kdcccnmhn Arenun
Jletwrnn ITiOth nnd ISV'd Strerta.
Two 4-atory Qutcu Anno dwelllncs, stone and
brtck, with t-late roofn, each 2xtiO, with extension,
nn idots 6()iKnl each, also acut dot In rear ou
1 Kdeccoinbe Aonuc, luuft. z inoft
Map-, and further Information can bo obtained
from MKhBlts. II. 11. ('AMMAN'S . CO.. 61 Liberty
fitrfet, or nf the Auctioneer, 10 Wall Htreet, and
Madison Awmie. ti.tl-4,
GEO. R. READ, Auctioneer,
WILL HELL AT AUCTION
Thursday, April 6th, 1899,
at 12 o'clork noon, at tho New York Real Estate
Halesroom, 111 Broadway,
EXECUTORS' SALE
by order nf
FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY of wark, N. J
Executors for tho Estate nf Mary M. r. Plstor,
Deo'd,
136 East 37th Street,
Hetwcem Lexington iinel Tlitrel Atps..
4-storr brownstone dwelllnu. 20 ft. x r2 f t . with
butler's pantry e xtenslon; lot HI ft. ll In., bo the said
sewral ellm, n sinus mnre or less.
Maps, further partlt ulars, and permits can bo ob
tained from the Auuioneer, lowall btrcet, and 1
Madison Areuuc. KUrj4)
(Cita Qtrl tfptntr.
BoroiiRli of Manhattan For Sole.
FOIt SALE.
Fifth Avenue above 72d Street.
Choice corner plots ;
also
Street lots niljnccnt to 5th Ave
Fur partuiilart apply In
CEO. R. READ,
-.11 Fifth Air ut flHlh St.
HEAD OFFICE. (il50) in WALL RT.
HOOKS I'lllt 8.VLK
in all scitions of New York city
for iiiM stment or occupancy.
STAND.Wtn UKAI.TY t'OJll'ASI,
00 Liberty st.
A CREAT BARCAIN.
Well-loeated 18 f ot American basement housst
ready fnrociupancj i prien JI,H(X1.
,I.MKS 11 HAY. 71 Broadway.
For Sale. Bargain. Business.
Prl ale stable, ur, yMn ,-,7tb nt . ir.xioor.j can be
lmniediately iiuproed for business purposes.
JMl:s 11. HAY. 71 ilroaclway.
ATrnAiTlVl". i'OITAOES, h rooms, all irapts..
JV Woodlanil Hiichts.N. Y elly, rint 1H,
I1IV1.MI, ill.-, Madison ar.
norniigh of llreioltlyn.
SUBSTANTIAL, ARTISTIC
HOUSES,
brick and stone: every lmiiroement and luxury:
delightful, restrict, d neighborhood; near Prospect
I'ark. :ia minutes from I'ark row by Flatbush a.
esr. st.immi t.i ll,r,iiip send for circular. 11K.N11Y
W Hill Illlll, I,, matmxrr oalatu of John LeflcrU, IU
Wlllouirhh) st . near Fulton.
1,'Olt HIMrll IIOI -FJi ON HEItKIMEU sr.rr?--I
dueed from 7,r,ou to tn, .no. must be sub), three
story and bas, ment, tin roof and com-reted cellar;
biiik lions, s, stone tritiiminits and stooii. tr, rooms
and lTieloseU, di-corati d tliroiK-huut in tlrst-class
order lMtt.'.ilN'i feet: de-stiabl location; within
tweute.tmi iiilniite s of Cltj Hall, New York, by Klnna
C'limu 1, from L'tU-a av. Keja and Informational
hru Hiiklnurst
ItorotiKli of Queens Mile or Itcnt.
MODEL HOUSES,
near railroad stations, trolle. Koi cash, balanco
easier thsn rent, : l'mu to sr.juu, suit all con
iliti.ui", FALKlMll'ltU. builder, opposite Murray
lllllhtatlou. 1 lushlni!
Eo 2L'rt for Suoinf.o.o' i'lupopr?.
75 I F1FTHAVE.
STOCK HKOKKKS' OKKICK.
H.VCIIKI.OIC'-S ArAKTME.M'S.
Apid on premises to
CEO. R. READ,
7fil nth Am-., nt SHth st.
HEM) 01 FIlT., '.') 10 WALL ST.
FIRST-CLASS STORE AND BASEMENT,"
01 1'tLTON ST.,
In new fireproof n story bulldimi, suitable liquors,
iistaurani or dry v.hoksale business, rent low;
possession.
hlT.CIAL TEIIMS for first ear.
Inquire ai;ent on premises.
19b WEST BROADWAY
(between Leonard trnd Franklins-New bnlldlnfr;
atore, etrtlenrouin. lofin; tlvctuc elevator, aplendld
advertlnluu advantatfea, Immediate poifesilon.
'""CUSOH BUILDING, 23 DUANETT.
O ces, stores. Apply to Knglnesr.
gteat ggtatf. gtal ggtatf.
The Greatest Office Building in the World.
Park Row Building
Nos. 13 to 21 Park Row
(Opposite General Post Oflice).
Ready for Occupancy.
Modern fire-proof office building, con
taining all latest improvements nntl
conveniences, including 10 elevators.
EVERY OFFICE DIRECTLY LIGHTED.
Office spaco on ouch floor will bo
divided to suit tenants.
For plans and further particulars apply to
DOUGLAS ROBINSON & CO., Agents
55 Liberty Street, N. Y.
AGENTS' OFFICE ALSO IN THE BUILDING.
V
ITo grt for gu.ainr.s urpiwa.
Astor Building.
10 Walt Street, through to 9 Pino St.
8 ofllces lor rent.
870 AND rPWAIlDS.
Bank of Commerce
Building.
N. W. Cor. Naisau and Cedar Sts.
2 small offices, $480.
Corn Exchange Bank
Building,
N. W. Cor. William and Beaver Sts.
5 offices for rent.
300 AND LTWARDS.
Coffee Exchange
Building,
Hanover Square, through to Beaver St.
8 offices for rent.
300 and ur-WAitns.
GermanAmerican
Building,
S. W. Cor. Nassau and Liberty Sts.
A few small offices for rent.
S?tO AND UPWAKD8.
Lancashire Ins. Co.
Building,
25 Pine St., Adjoining Sub-Treasury.
1 small light oflice for rent.
820.
Sheldon Building,
Cor. Nassau and John Sts.
8 ofllces for rent, tvlth light on two
sides.
400 AND L'I'WAItDR.
For plant nnd further particular apply to
GEO. R. READ, Agent,
10 Wnll M. WUSO)
1 98 WEST BROADWAY
(hetweeir Leonard and tranMini. -New bulldlni;;
store, salesroom, lofts; elee trie rleatr. splendid
advertising adtantages. limuediato osseslon.
A Mi factories, warehouses and mills, with power.
to let. V. W. IIAV.SES, i'35 llroadway,
Du'rUinn. IRenstfi to gL'rt.
Borough of .Mimliattun.
Unfurrilslieel.
$75 PER MONTH-NEW 4-STORY
AMLltlCAN I!ASI:MI:NT DWELLINGS.
Nos. r,3 and M Hest 14th street in rooms, .
bathrooms. WARREN A sKII.LIN. I't ll'way.
I.olIK Ihlilllil.
rurnlslieil.
S300 FOR THE SEASON!
A beautiful 12'rnom fnrnlahfil linuan tn ltd at Eat
Mnrlcbea. L. I., two hnuri from Klatlniih a. df-pot
or JUth M., N Y Hmifit la tlp nilnuta walk from
ptatinn In lllaKO,tin ndnutm fnuiiaroat Niuth Ua.
llroad hall through rrntrenf hnii-. Inch rUllnuH,
stnl 1 fur oix horne. Shoi'tinir tli-bintrand bithinc,
at II water or rsiirf, baiitlfullrni HHnd lne)t le path;
frt-ah vater lako, iurt-, cool drink. nc watr In the
bniiHe, larue jmnltiy yard, truit and nil ail h trem;
cnniiift lawn and tennis court, achnol and iluirchca
of all denuiiiinatiotia.
f 3wO for tbn punmier ifcanon, with Immediate pun
arattnii if denlrrd. Also to rent by the year, nr will
bn Fold nutrhilit.
Apnlr to JIHKPH 8. JONES. Sun office, K. Y,,or to
EODEllT O. IIOWKIX, Riat Moriches, L. 1,
rlcrt Sonnl"
Oril omco atfords parties exi-hanglnc references
opportunities of nudinirapartnieuta (furnished,
unfurnished), board, rooms, arrotnmexlatious all
kinds, without answerlnir mislendluir adenl.e
tnents; eTerytblinr Inspe ted, completely de.irlbed.
MANHATTAN Al'AlirMENT l OMPANV,
IIH-j liroadwai. 2olb.
K.'l.t Side.
MAWSON AV.. R". Larito and small rooms,
handsomely furnished, superior table board,
transien s deslrrd.
"fADISON AV.. l6rir,B. A few" yerr drsirahlo
i'i. rooms en suite or sini:le; eieellent table and at
tendance, ),TH 8T, lid EAST (near Madison Hojiarei
mi) Handsome larce and small rooms; delightful
table board, reasonable
sJKTII ST.7"il EAST Larce iloublo roomsTlllb
mO able for gentlemen, also snin ll room w 1th ttoard.
OClTIl ST., IS I KST -Handsome suite, second
-0 rliHir, also square room, table, first cla.H.
esjijiide. " '
1T1I ST.. II" EST I.arite and small sunny
IU rooms, runniui: water, leasonable, icferences.
1 Til ST., .1sTwEHT -Handsome Isks fronT
l rooms, first floor, with or wiihout e-onnectlnt;
ballrouiii, excellent table
7TH ST., S.1, 27. 2 WEST -Handsomely fiir
I ulshed larKe and small sunny rooms, with ei
eellent table.
1 1 B'f ST.. 23 WEST Handsomely fuml-hed
1. doublo room, suliablo forto. superior table,
select neighborhood, central location.
iltll) AT., 321 WEST Hleam beat, small and laren
&i rooms, board optional, private baths, doctors
offlce; references.
OODtlT.. 4BO WEST - Larue. sunny hall room with
-tJ board. Tery e-ouenlent bieatlon, rt f rences.
s"Clfif 8T . 3HO WEST. Oomfeirtable steam-heated
JO airy room, with board, 2& per month; lii'iuiro
eUrator boy.
"QUI ST.. ano WEST -Lanje front parlor, board;
JO n.rly fnrnlihed, sniublo for two, prial.
famllri Wasonable. Isu,uir. elevator boy.
ef imtiaht ;ioom k partmtntg to 3Cct
I.'nst side.
BnotliWAY AM 2H11I SI', Manor House.-Ele-iramly
riirnlslml rooms sillies with priato
baths simile rooms. rit.VNsIKNTS ACl'IIUMU.
IIAl'l.l); elealor.
1UIK AV., 1020. rorner ssth at, parliir, one or
two doctors or dentists, other charming, sunny,
homeUke rooms
1 Till ST., I -vTv. sT. I'Ie,i.antr welbfTirnlshed
- lare und small rooms for uentlemen.
j'.TH ST. 1(19 L3T-l'riwtei family "Tlllent
av j: enie nr two loons to Kentleinen, choice ap
pointments. 9 ITH ST.. KJ4 EASr-Larite ilonbletoom. $4;
- ' quiet neighborhood , central location; .initio
room, 12.
e-st Sleltt.
STH A V lni.-Furnlshed. unfurnished suites. $2S
y to $40 monthly; sinnle rooms, $14, studios; good
light.
XsTII BT . 40 WIT. emsiinnyTlarglToo'mnd
" single room, gentle men only; good service;
references,
1 filll 'T.I so IBT- small fiirnlshe"droom7ari
iJ conenlciices. k'ntlemou preferred.
1ST8r, mo" WEST -Nicely furnished double
x rooms, en suite, suitable for two orfourgen
tlemen 90I ST,232 WEST -Newly' handsomclyfuf-
s nbhed large room; all coincidence; heated;
first class house, references, reasonable.
Ilnfurnishrfl loonn 'iuitri!7
fANTEU One room In baehclor apartments:
' stabs price. Address BICUELOR, boi 40 Sun
office
(rtrcan tcamrrisi '
AMERICAN LINE;
T I'AT KXIMthSS SEItIC'K.
NEW OitK-SOfTnAMPTON-LONDON,
Culllnc Westliiinnil ut Cherbourg.
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. M.
New lork prll 0 I New Vorlt . ...April 2fl
St. Louis . April 12 M Louis.. . . May 3
I'aris .. April m I Paris .. Mario
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YOHK-ANTW F.RP-I'AHIS.
, . Every Wednesday at 12 noon.
Triesland April r. Wraternlauil .April 19
Southwark April 12 sKen-lngton April 2d
These steamers earn onl second and third class
passengers at lou rales.
INTEKN AT I( IN L AVICI KTION COMPANY.
Piers 14 and J., X. 11 OHlce, fi Bowling Green.
C U N A R D L I N E v.TOInwn.
From Pie r 40. N". It., foot flartsou st.
Lucanla Apnl m, 2 r. M. Campania. April 22,1 P.M.
Ktruria April in. u A M. rmnrla April Sli.n A. M.
EltNON II.UIIOWN'AL'O .(ten Agtr .4 liowllugOreen
COMPAGNIE GENER4LE TRANSATLaNTIQUE.
DIHEt T I INT. 10 IIWHE-PMIIS eFHANCE).
Sailmoven Saturday at In A. II.
rmmPierNo. 1.', Noi'h Kit r, loot Moiton st.
La Chaliipaclje Apill s I.a (lascogn April 29
I. Hr.-lH.'iio Apnl IT, I.n Normaudle Mar rt
La Tourame pnl 22 I.i t hauipuL'ne May 13
Hist clvss iM.sae to Havre. s..5and upward.
Cen'l Ai:enc? fori s ami Can ,3 Bwling(re.-n,N.Y.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN
TWIN-SI HEW KPllES-4 LINE
NEW V.OHK-PUII'-- KlNIIDN-lIAMBURO.
TWIN SCllEW PssEMJK.H trltVICE.
NEW Hllth IIAMIU'IIII DIIIECI.
NEW MIIIK-I.U.M)liN I'tltln-lItMIU'Ra.
lli:01N.NINt. Wltll. Ulllll the. strnmera
eif this Service- will tone li ut I'lynuxitli nuel
Clierbourt: mi the viur to llninburi;.
1 or sailings, e-tc . apply to
Company's offlce, iTIiwav.N.Y 'Phone 1S71 Broad.
"VOHTII OERMN LI.OYI1 STl AMSHIP CO.
-s SHOUT 1,111 11 TO I ti.MiON AND CONTINENT.
FAbT FXPlts KIEWIEIIS
Trave.Tu.Md 4.K1A M. I.lhli I'll .Apl.18, 10A.M.
K Win DO .Aid 11 in M i K. Inidtuli Apl. 25
OU.KKHs ,V CO. 2 Howling Oreen.
olii ihiminion link,
daily m:kk i:.
For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Newport News,
Portsmouth. Pinner s P. Int and Richmond. Va, cjn
n, e ting f ir P, ti r,biirgt lib hm lul. Virginia Beae.li,
WaBhiugtnu.il C . and eutite south and West.
Fre tglit and PaM ng, r st, aluers sail from Pier 2t),
North ll.v.r, foot or lleach si , Moll., lues., Wed.
Thure . Frl . 3 p. M . cat. 4 T M S uular s P. M
W 1.. (iru.LM HEA1 iei- Prts. and Tralbc Mgr.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW MIUK -OFFENSTOWN LIM IIPOOL
Majtstic April r, noon . Teutonic April IP. noon
lliitaiinb' April t-'. noon ' ctnrn- April 20, a 1' M,
For pa-sage, freight und gene-ral inf rraadon ap
ply to wiriri: staii i.i.m:.
Pier tr., North Iliver. oibccit Ilroailwuy,Neworlr.
tramboatis.
Albany Evening Line.
riiivr iini' tii:ii. uiutii as.
1henipiilirstcaiuersl)LAN ItlCHMDNIIand IJRKW
will li-avc l'lcr.TJ, N. It , toot (anal SI., at (1 P. M
dilly 'Sundays excepted . making ilirei tconnectlnua
with ttaliis North, 1 ast and Wtst. Freight received
until hour of di partme.
TROY BOATST"
COMMFMlN'le MONIIW. Mtlll'H 27.
Steamer "i Ite of I r-v oi "Onte ra" leases West
1 eetli st plei daily, i vee-pt vturdaj , (I P. M., eon
netting w i'i 1 lew e mo Ilu Isoti ami Fin-hburg
Hams si MiY SIIAM1 Its T-d CH l'ALHaN,
Blciiii' r ' auit ga ' ilinielv lebiult. with new
dining loom lo, .tt ,1 ou not u deck aft. will bo placed
in eonimiss.i'ii the ilrst week In pril.
Boston and New England Points'
VI SOFSD LINES
'ALL UIi:it MM,, il Niwort and Fall
Iliver. Iave Pur 11. N It., foot of - anen st ,
we.k datneiulv, t r. ,'tnp M Sioimirsl'LiMOL'TU
and PIl.litllM. iliehc'traouiiich
sTO.MNt.IO.N LINK, via SMnlnglon. Leave)
Pier mi. N ll , to it of Spring st.. week dvjs oul), at
tl (Mi p M Mtauuis.Matio-and New Hampshire.
MUtWIIII I.INh, via Now Uiniboi. Iavo
1'ler III, N ll to.'lS, rings! . week da sonU .at O.DO
P. M. Slcamersl ity ef Worceeter and Rhode Island.
t'ntshlll, lliiflson nnil t'ossnrkli- nuia '
Leave foot ot Chnstopln r st. dailj, ei, ept Siiiidai,
at ii P. M
KAM-Iiri.I. MM" -Miamrrs leave Pler24. N. R.
font Irankliii st. for lolel spring. Cornwall.
1 ishkill Lsii'liiig and Nex burg, week duis.r, P M;
Sumlaj. li A. t
KIM. '.TON LINK, Wist lnth st -Dill), t p. M".
situnu .ii I naiuirs IIAIDW1N and Ho
MElt lor Cr..ust"ii'-, ( nm til. Ne iMiurg, N, w Ham
burg. Mlilll'l" Mlltim I'ni.guk, .psi, lljdii Park.
1 sopiis, hit gb n loiiiinitlng with L' ll. II R for
all points m i ad-kill Mountains
VKWIUES1.INI 1 1. rS", K It Htcamirs dully
s t vii I't sittiibie , ,it ip M and 12 midnight.
ViailroaiH.
ERIE RAILROAD.
Tlirougli Irjiiis haw N. w uik,footr clmnilis
slr it, as follows and live iiniiiiles earlli r from West
2. id st.
tl.nn '" isl-l"ile Kvpress eladr for Ring
.J.VJU iiatnt.'ii, KiM-rli. F.ln.iiii. Iluiuiii, llradford,
anlves IlHibil . n p M 1 nil .r Cir in llntlalo.
.( U I '' " ('lil"'' lilintid last mail daily.
.UVJ solid tram tor CllU.igo. arm, s at Cb m Ian i
7 4o A M , tbiiaiii '. I M Hltijiirs to Chicugo,
( lu), Ulitl anil ( li'illliati Dining Car
T.-1M ' -M.-lliillal-i and (li-ilmd Vestlhuled
l,iloiuiii" 'Ian), ainvi liiDsloTer, v M.,
Iliriidiord 7 2o A M , Jauiistown 7 'HiA M . Youngs.
touilln27v M ,1'1,-vi la-Id 12 111 P M Altiel'era to
lllliril'iaud Cli iilsnd. Cati LicrairCar
(1. 1 X I'. l, -lisilj s lid nam for llinghamton,
i ililu Eillllra. W.evtrli, I tiirao, Sleepes to llor
Hells) lb . Chu agii and l ini iiiuati. Dining C ar,
'IMChU's. l.oe M. TlMi:CHDS AND IU l.I.MAV
I tl'imlMdlllTli'Vi at III, I III, 2rtl. inland
b:7 ItioatWa) 12, Itiwerv 1 id Ijst r.T.th st and
273 West lolh st . ( i.tluli Ts ail I WVst 23d st. ler
rles. Ni-w York. H3.I and 3ii I niton st., ph liroad
wai . llrookljn. 122 liner st llubnken, and Jersey
City Stallou, New nik Transfer Co rallsforand
checks baggage frum hotel aud rtsldtuee to destination.
g.nUroaiUf. W
Pennsylvania I
bl'ATlCINS fj.it f i-i l'xeuti nurd sticet ant HI
llesbiosses and tsirllandt stri its WM
$i Thu leavmc time from Deslrossss and Cor B1
landt streets Is Ion niltiutes later than that Elteu b- !
low for 1 went) third street station Ml
7t4o A. .M. l'VST M tlU-Piillman Muffet larl'i HI
tar New lork lollttibtirg SI epingiarllltsburj 11
tothnago. N iimrbrs to Pittsburg Mm
flAO.V. VI. 1 sr LINE -Plt.burg slid Clevelsbi,,
Olo)A..tl. PENNSYI.V AM v LIMITED IMIltn.a
Compattment, Sleeping. Inning, Smoking and ol MM
seriatlon Oars, lor Ll ago. Cle i land, Tolrd , MM
t'lnriniiati, Itnl anal oil-. Luuiatille, si. IoiK
llSO I. il. ClUCAtlO AND ST. LOUS KM'KF.Ss,
-For Nashville .via t linlniiati', ludiaiiaolis, MM
VMnto. St. Louis. R
uiAO 1. M. WKsrr.nN F.M'ItlS. -lor CliUagu H
F r Toledo ejrept Sat irdav. -.... . H
7H r. M. sOtTIIWl-slKRN r.xrHi" 1 "l
Plttshiitg. CluveUud, Cincinnati, luisvillo. b.-
dlanspolis, bt I'Mile.
7ll()l'. VI. lACIl'IO K.PRI..-lor Pittshuti
and Chliago. F. r hiioivllli, doilj. via hhenati- MM
dosliVallei Route, lounoits for (.lowland fi- H
ci'pt Saturday .
Hi'.'i 1. 31. MAIL Mi:.XPitKiS -Pullman HiiCtt
Sleeping Car New York tn lt i'nii, East Lllieitr, H
Pittsburg and points West, dally oiotpt Sundar, H
VAsiiiNf.Tov ,Ni Tin: smth. H
7i".0, s:2n, U.2U. P.Sii ilbning lar', I" "O 'Dining
Carl A M. 12.&0. 1 r,o 2. , 3 2H "Congres.loii. , H
I.tui.," all Parb r and Dining Cars) 4i.'(i iMnlng
Car. 4.r,U (Dining Car). .10 P. M.. l-M'6 nighi. B
Snndais, S 20, P:2(i, io.r.0 (Dining t nr; 11, MM
I'."bii, 2:.1oi.i M "toiignssiutial Llin., alll'arlir m
and Dining Curs). 4 2n aiming Car), 4 ;3u (lining MM
Car. s nip. M.. 12.0.1 night. .....
BOfTHl.ltN RAILWAY.-" llorlda Limited." 11-.1 H
A. M. week dais. Eiprti-, 2 '.o, 4 2U P M , 12 ij H
NOIttOLK AND Wl.STl'.RN IIMLW.W.-ror Mu. H
Phisand New Orluns. 2 .'o P. M. dail).
ATLAMIC COAST LINK -' Ilorldi Si e.lal." 13 .; 1 HJ
P. M. week dan. Lipicss, n 2U A. M and H 50 p.
CHr'jiu'LvKE AND OHIO IU1I.WAY -4.S0 T.'.M. H
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.-" od H
AM wiikdivsauil T nil'. M. (Ull). H
A'lI-A.MICCliy -1 Mil1 M. eikdavs(Dcslroei MU
and Cortlandt Striets 2 10 P M.;. Ilirough eo..
buleellriln. IlittSi t Parlor Cars. PasseiigerCoi n MK
and Couil'lned C4ach.
CPE MAY.-12.o0 P.M. weekdays. BE
Long llranch. Asbury Park Interlaken. sntida).',
Oceanilrovuand Point Pleasaut (fioui West T.-u-
ty-third Street station'. B 60A.M.. 12 20.M.20. I M
60 P. M Snlidii s. i 20 A. M.. 4 60 P. M. (f-. "l
Desbrossrs and Cortlandt Strei ta, UHO A. vu
12-no 3 40 and 6.10 P.M. buudays, U.46A.11., -B
C.liP. M. l
rtMt IMIILADKLPHIA. . -A
0.10. TiSO, T-.Vi, H:20. s in. 20, (11.60 Penna. Lnii. 3
Ited , i .10 (Dining Ca . lo .10 Ollulue Car'. Ilu
A. M., 12 .10. ll.KI. 2 r.O, .l:'0, 4 20, 4:2()'Dlr i,g 3
Car, 4 r.ii 'Inning Car'. 6:60 (I)inlng tan,7 1 , fl
s ml M. I2(iiiilght Sundays. 11 10, S:20.H '..', m
11 20, p:6(i'Lliiilted , H.SO, Ki.iloiDlnlng Carl A.M ,
12 So, 1 .10 Dining Can, -MO, .): .0. 4:2o (Dining IB
Car,, 4 r.O (liming rati, 6.60 (Dining Can, 7,40, W
h;MjP M . 12:06 night. JH
Tie Ut nth, esN'os. 4111. u4t,ll(i. lilt. Ill and in m
Ilroadwa). 1 Astor Hoiise.W est T nit) third Sire t
Station, an 1 stations feiot of Desbrosscs aud (,"
landt streets, 4 Court street, mho Fulton strict, i"
Brovilway.andPeuusihanla Aunei station, Tiro, k
l)ii Station, Jersey CU) . I'he New York Transfer jM
I'ompauy will call ror and eheck baggago from
hotels and residences through to destination. n
Telephone "2767 Eighteenth street" for !Vmntl
vsnla Railroad Cab service. m
J. I). Hl'iCHlwIN. J. II. WOOD.
General Manager. Oencral faas'i Awent,
NEW YORK CENTRAL I
All through trains stop at Albany, Ullca, Syri'iuo, H
Itochcstcr aud Buffalo.
Trains lesvu Grand Central Station as follows
8.01 A. M Dally, except Sundays. Finiouj
SOU EMPIRE SIATE EiPHEsB. LIMITED.
Fastest train in the world. Duo lluilalo 4:4i. NN
agara 1 alls 6 32. Toronto ll 00 P. M., Dotroltll.ld
P M. Limited toits seating capacity.
8 .is A. M -FAST MAIL. Daily For Buffalo,
.-ril Niagara falls and Cleveland.
I n.-ifl A. M.-DAYlAPRIWs, except Sundays
Jlvr.OW lor Buffalo and all Important New 1 rg
state ooliit-.
l.flM 1'- M.-SOITHWESTERN LIMITED AND N
l.UU tHICAOOsrE IAL. Dallr ForOolnmlus, J
Clnclnna I, ludiauapolls, St. Louis and Chicago,
3.sjni',M 1UOY AND ALBANY SPECIAL, ex,
Ovf cept Sunday. Stops at Important stations
X.Ofi P. M.-LAKE SHORE LIMITED. I)ally-24
sJ.O Vf Hour train for Chicago, rla I.ake sho re. Dn
( leve land 7:43 A M Chicago 4.00 P. M. Sleep
ing and parlor ears only.
6 .nf. P- M.-WEsrUlN EXPRESS. Dally-lrVr
iUu Niagara Falls. Toronto, Cleveland, Toleilo,
Detroit and Chicago.
6.9 X 1. M.-NORlUERN EXPRESS. Daily-Tor
. O Montreal and. except Saturday, for Ottawa,
7.QI1 P- M. ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS ANU
OU MONTREAL EXPRESS. Daily Mi Ctica.
k.'-J(W- M-BCTFALJ AND SOfTIIWESTERX !
O.OU BPECIAL. Dally -For Niagara Falls, Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and St. Louis
9.1 XV. M.-PACIFIO EPR1. Dall)lor Oi.
J tj wego, Ogdensburg, lluilalo. Nlsgjra Fall.
Cleveland. Toledo, Chicago and. except Satur
day, for Capo Vincent and the Auburn road.
r9. I .NIUUT-MIDNHlIlT EXPRESS 1 OH CHI-ai.-LVCvOO
Every lught except Sunday night.
Sunday n.ght Chicago sleepers le.llo at b;l&.
IIAKLKM DIVISION.
8.16 A.M. and 3:16 P.M. Dally , except Sunday, to
Plttf field. Sundajsonlyat n:2o. M.
W agncr palace Cars on all through trains.
Trains Illuminated with PintsUi light.
Ticket offices at U, 2ni. 413and IM2 llrosdwar,
31 Eatl4th St., 231 Columbus av(ll West 121)111
St., itrand Ci utral Station, 126th St. hlsHin, anl
lBMth St. Station. New York, 3'1 aud 72U 1 ulton bt,
and 10t Broadway, E. D., Brouklin.
T liphonu 27uo riilrty-ciglith street for Now
York Ci ntral Cab Senhc. luggage checked from
hotel or resilience bi Westeott Expresa t oiupany
IlKORUEH.DANlEI.s. Ooneral Passeugel Agent.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN R. rT
Stntlons lu New York, feint eif Ilarclay nnd
CI11 tsteiplier streets.
VLSI lilt Li: IIIAlS, 11 Ll.tlAN IJUFFKT
I'Alh, 1'IMM'II LII.IIT.
8:01) A. M. Bliighamtou Mall. Stops at princlpil
tations
lOiOO A. M. (Cafo Cari-Buffalo, Scranton. Illut.
baiiiton, Ouego, Ithaea. Elmira, Vlica, syraelis.
and Oswego I'xprt ss Pullinali buTet parlor caji,
eoiiiie ilng at buffalo with trains for Chi. ago an 1
lino I. M.-ibsilyi-Chlcagoand Buffalo Vestlbulcit R
Kiliresa for Si rantoti, Biughamton ami l.lrulra,
Ai Pullman buC't parlor curs to Klmlra Through
steeping ears and elay coach to Chicago, arriilng
at 4:16 p. M 11 tday.
i0 1. M, -Sctautoii. Wllkesbarie and Pljniouth
Kvpress. Pullman buffet parlor cars.
":Ol I. VI.- Hail) '-Chicago Vi stibulo Limited Ex-
press fr Scianlon. Blugiiainton, F.lmlra. Ilufralo.
Through buffrt sl i pingear Now York to Chicago,
Dining car west of lluilalo.
8:11(1 I. .M.-Dnilvi Iliflalo Express, Pullmai
sleepers for Si raiitou, llliighanit"ii. Kliuiia, Rati,
Mt. Moirlsand llntlalo, arriving Buffalo A. M
0::n I. Jl.- (Da lyi Butlalo, s. rantoii. llmghan-
ton, Owego, Ithaca, Elmira, S)racuse, I'tlcaant
Osuegn Kviinn Pullman biitlttslocpers,
lolt bl'lU'RUAN SINUAY TRMN SERVICE SCO
suiiill tables.
Tu kits and Pullman accommodations st Henrr
Gao A sons. Ltd.. 11K liroadwai, 14 I'ark place, 42i
anilti42 Broulwar. Tickets at fi rry stations, 111
4th av . cor 12th st , ill West 12.1th st , 2J6 Coluin
busiiv., New li r. 33s and 72.1 1'ultoii st.. and lod
Broadwai. Brooklyn Tlmo tables gl lug full lnfnr
matloiiiitall stations.
We.fott's Expre ss Company willlcall for ami check
baggage from hotel aud residence to destination.
Lehigh. Valley Railroad.1
Stations foot tf West 51rd, Cortlindt and Desbromt
... streets (I'.una. I! li Ken Irs)
Time West 2.1M bind tuber figures Cortlandt or
Dcturo.srs streets, t Hall) except sundsr. " Sunday
onI, oilier trains dally ,
(1.1.1.7.00 A.M Local for KA8TOV '
T,JO,S.IOA,M. hor III KKALtl. NIAOARV
FALLS ana Wist, and principal local points. Pari, r
and Inning Cars ( onuects for Cn.l Krnnrtii-si
-JJH-5l,.VfJ,B0 ?011 ."BLACK DIAMOND
EXPRESS." HanCsjiue.t train in the worM 1. Mi
lled to si sting capacity Due liuffulo l,M 1' M . c n
nectlng with through sleepers to betrolt and Chicago,
Dining Car service a la 1 arte .
ts -.11 1 nn i m v lor wn.Kns-B Alir.i:,
f'i -ill' I 11111 ,M RNrils, 1 oal Hran.hfJ
' " l.l'- "'faui iiiteriiirJlaieiiediis. ,
T't.. Ill, .1.1.1 P M loial for MAI 1 It IHCNK. 1
t4..1ll, ,1.'U I' vi Local fur LAS I ON I
f.l.-Jll. li.-iri 1 M. I.uc.1 Kxprri. for EASTOV
M.-IO, tl.10 1 M Kor liuna.o aid poluts Writ.
Through slcpu g Car. to ( lit. igo and Toronto I
7.III.N.IIO 1 M. I.spress for lui-FAM) sr I I
TOIluM Nouebitfalee..ng c-,r r&s,engirsesrrl.J. I
,.,-;,n.':.,,,.I' M i-or 1 in tfv. 1:01 in.-ar. I
ll!.1',l'.;x;l,HuaAv !".'-. Sleeping 1 ars m( liicsg.. I
hOFlll PLAIN! IKLIi and KOI Mi UltoiiK Inials, S
dally cvrpt SundS) !!) i 111 A M ("J i, i'Su to II
Siiiith I'laliitleld on ) 1. 'S 'O. , B so and ' 3 P ' H
JTIeketsaml Putin sn si cnniinrdi'tli ns at 119, If I, f! fj
815, 911 Slid I1H llruadw.y.i.l Union s luare Wrsl.N 1 I II
MOiuimn st ,4 Court si , '.si broadwj and Brookl)n H
Annex sr. Hon. Prooklyn I
N. Y Transfir e 1, will call for and check lagfisgs
from bote 1 ( r re.ldence through to ilestlnatlxii
Naw York andBost3n All Rai."
N 1 , N H A, II. I!. It atnl onnetl 11, I
1 lotu Grand Ceutril StatP'tl
I-avo By sai d Due I
11 no A.M., Springtleld and Won ester, ft mi P M. I
ion A.MINin Lriiiilonanil I'lovil'ln ' I in I (. I
timi.lAM., Ni wl.on luiiand I'rrnnliine.l J1P 11. I
121111M. Spiiin-llcli and W .r. istH, 1 ' VI 1
II no I M Alrl.lii, vlaWill.iiiaut 1. innl'M.
1(12 P.M., New IgiiidiHiandPr t dill 7 (si p M
0 nn P M,, "NcwLoii.li nan I Pr l .1 I M. Il
4 OOPM.. .1 nngllelduli 1 W.'r.isl 1. In "I'M. I
tr, mi p t , eL inli.tiaudl-ii )i linn 11 'in I' M. I
III.1111PM "-pnngii, lilimd w i..,t r it it M. I
II-' I'll I'M , N,- Liindoiiiiii I Pi mill n-e 1, -MA M. I
sitiius dailv, iln 1 iding s iinl.n I
itlln suto Limited, all pul.r iars, fare, $7, in- G
iliidiugi'.trln isrseat. . ll
IVlrl.ln. I.iiiiiied.arrlies and ili-i'iitfr on Park a
Spiarn Stltli'U Bosti 11 It til 11 no" -aim h -nf
andlysiiuii ,n raV ill t.pati. 11. -i
Through parlor ami -b i-i lug. ir I si h train
I T. III'MI-STEVD, i.en Is... Vgsut.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
S( IIKIll I.K, IS F.l Flit T Mil I.M..1 K -". l-ti-
I.ia) Ninlork Wlnli hall Ti rmi'ial s.i,ihl'r)l
and toot ' f Liberty stn I
'Daili If.x ,'iit sii-uls) tsundays
I'lllCiiO ! :in v VI .iron Liberty sire' t u.lyi,
I 2 , i J and 'Ij 11 night.
PIlTslll IIO 4 .111 A M. from Liberie slnet
onlv .. 6 11 p M I2 I., in -hi.
I IM'lNN ill. ST H1FK ...-. M . 1.1 P M.
ROYAL BLUE TRAINS.
WAhlll.NolON Ilil.lltliiKF, '7 11 -I.'., innen,
II .6 A M I'iner, '12.. . p M 11 J Inn. r,
"2', It oal I united KiiluMt. Pullman I'll,
"4 '.I D11111 ., ..P.M. and "12 10 login. Nul.
Flll.h. tlj ir, 1" M
ill tialnsare Illuminated with Piutseii l.u-ht ,
outre I l.l. II-'. 2nl. 4.11, 1JS4 llrovd'a), 21
riileui sip W.. 127 llini,-r. N Y., .'to'il ult mat.. ISO
Orahamav , Ilrohklyu. Wlnieliali I'ermiual Haggag 1
cheeked from hotel or leisldeuco to d.stlnatlou.atri I
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