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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915.
12 4 VODKA NETS $2 050 MILL CAPACITY HALTS VANDERLIP NOW HEAD j NORTHERN PACIFIC'S AT "OLE HOSS" SALE Total Taken In m First Scs- tiioii of I . S. Appraiser's Anrtlon Is 17,100. OIH A RTICLKfl OFFERED The M mi-. i' null "ole It us" BUCIHJII ,wf MelafiMMl and aravrflona!1 goods t th IfMtwl state .ii!.ii Morn bib nex. si 2 Washington street, btgwi yes Berd.iv, with .1 (lonlon Nonkes as mm Hnar. The tatnl of the nrsl day's km If amounted la more limn 17,100, The mj will oonUniM fr severs! days. Whwn AM the blddtrgj in over, what Is Irsft will be BoM In MM M it I" OBllU K piece to whi.ver im willing .r t ! the dYwnrv thai the oartatft will not n. ceesl the value of the "t'lIT TImti eras gpttited bkMlnej yevtofofcjr Bei fifty CUM iniitalning 4. 000 botthMI of HukmImh vodka. The raee i bora the Mfpwvture kf five Jmrwh rabbis M evldenis'ei th:it ithvy are "kiwhci-." The Wiltles, which u.ts appraised ; 1 1 l,?tl.lf brought 12,060. One (Mgg of m vlfisj picture Alms otiMlnlnc tw. , ! . e reels and no pitalssJ m tiv t:o hrouiphl only 170 Amonir th.' art objects u is g painting by .1. C. M Codcll, npvratsed ( Umi. whk-h broufflM omIv 15, Another, an fcmireTiunistii' DortniM of km opefi gttagor, appraised SJt 120, lirmirfit rjy 125. A small marble statu of retHr nun iiiii'-t siipraaard at 100 wan tiought for n f..r the Maury Hill Hmiwi CattMlie Ovvrch at roigMisji, An "bum "f photographs Brazil. abandoned by Andrew gold fur 11.76 anil a I k on Brggtl.'1 sent hv Bome admire GREATER STEEL SALE OF CLEARING HOUSE NET INCOME DROPS Some Producers Could Hot Or ders That Would Double Their Output. Speclflcntlons against contract for Ittel are coming Into the mllle with a mill. In conariiuehco, all of the large independent ft eel companies, an well ap the united States Steel Corporation, are nperatlng betWejtl 9N and 9!t per cent, of total capacity; that Is, the plant", are being pushed H close to full capacity as It is possible to run them. Still It is Impossible to meet the pressing; re qulrrmentl of consumers. tif course, some 0f the departments are running much more actively than are others The plants helnic pushed espe cially for ilellvcrles are the bar and wire mills. Actual sabs, however, are not funning so heavily as the September average This Is because few of the mills have any capacity left for this year's shipment. Sonic of th steel companies report that they could sell double their present Capacity fur delivery over the last quarter of th year If ttiey were In posi tion to take the business Heavy trans act Urns have I n made for 1S1R. but an enormous tonnage Is nt ill held In abr ya nee. Elected President to Succeed ! Kquiils 7.58 Per Cent, on Cnpi- lfinc Alexander New Chair man of Committee. tiken In Carnegie, The New to J. P. Morgan and not claimed by him. was Bohl for $1 II, Oeorte .1 Uuild aban doned two barrels of grouse remover and sixty Jitga of soldering solution, which solil for 115, TWO cases of pho tographs and maps conatffnad to Qsorgs McAneny ware also unclaimed and brought tio flscnr Hammeratelr about a year and a half ago Bhlppad from ISrtgland four cases of theatrical scenery valued at 11,110, and then decided not to produce any mure operas. The sVciiery yester day sold for 150 and wall be used fur the movies. There were two bales of Oriental rugs Hated In the catalogu,- and appraised at 1333.75. They were old and torn and when the owaier tirst saw them he re fused to pay the duty on them, but when the catalog, le was printed and a rug expirt examined them the owner suddenly changed h:s mind and asked t" withdraw them from the sale The expert said some of the rugs were rare ant iquea. Among some of the iue. r article! which went under tra- hammer at various i Torh prices were artificial limbs, chicken feed, percentage computing machines, pista chio : nt.s, pebble, cutlaaaoa lentil, castanets, silk tights, corsets, feather beds, plumbago and old time tables. The sale to-day will dispose of rules, moving picture Alms, theatrical proper ties and a large variety of other goods The demand lor high speed steel Is most pressing for both domestic ship ment and for export, but the sup ply Is not only Inadequate but is cut down by the scarcity of tungsten. A local n presentatlVe of a Sheffield house has purchased twenty tons of high speed steel from an eastern Peiiiwytvanla 1 company at a little less than M POI pound, Previous Sftlee were made at 'JT, to ll.il per pound, anil buyers tOday would readily pay l tier pound If any were available. Tungsten, which before the war sold at H cents per pound, to-day commands la per pound, and very little Is available. One foreign interest now In NVw York has assembled the raw mat,. rials for making high speed ! Itlg t steel but ts unable to find a furnace thai win undertake the production, as all capacity Is fully engaged. This may Jesuit In the purchase and Installation of an electric furnace to make this grade of steel, so greatly in demand. I Is used principally In making cutting tools, for which the demand at present Is especially active for manufacturers of war munitions. Prank A. Vanrterllp, president of the National City Rank, was elected presi dent of the New York Clearing House Association yesterday at the annual meeting of the Institution. Mr. Vanderllp succeeds Francis Is lllne, president of the First National Hank. James 8. Alexander, president of the National Bank of Commerce, we elected to succeed Albert H. Wlggin, president of the Chase National Hank, as chairman of the Clearing House com mittee. The extracts from the annual report of the manager of the Clearing House Association show that exchanges for the year etub d June -10, lit In, amotin ed to 119,1 1.', 707 723, as compared with $H9.7fin. 344. U71 in 191 I, With balances of $5..140.X4r,,7to, against .r.,l2X.47,2)2 a year ago. This made total transactions of Ilt,llt,l64,4l4, s compared with S'.it, 888,992. 1!73. The average of total daily transactions, balances and ex changes Is $:il7. 4117,47:1. against 1313.- : i.991 In 1914. Total transactions since the organisa tion of the Clearing House sixty-two years ago, at : Kxchanges, 11,111,171, ,4S,777, with balances aggregat ing 1123. 137. 98H.997, making a total of 12. 72.1.014.735,775. The largest exchanges on any DM day during the year amounted to $'iH7.,i:i9. t'.'.".'. on June 1. 1915 The large' bal ances on any one day durlnj the year amounted to 6t,IIO,6l6, on July 2. The largest transactions on any one day dur ing the year were on June 1. 1915, ant amounted to $714,430,194. The smallest exchanges on any one day iluring th year wa-re $ 1 7S.91 5.1 43, on December 2X, 1914. and the smallest balaa-es. anv-unt- 17,111,714, were on May 24, 1915. I he smaliesi transactions on any one day during the yvar took place on De cember 28, 1914, and amounted to $I'S. X88.7X9. The largest dally transactions on record were on November 3, 1)03, and amounted to 1764,133.942. till. Compared With 7.02 I, n nil Sales Jump. Uailrmdn have placed nWltlorial contradBJ for Standard section rails am ting to 100,000 tans. This total is made up of a HUffltM r of relatively small lots from a loim list of ma.le, details of which were I t available yes terday It is cm .Anno I. however, that ih.. Chicago and Northwestern PlBjssd a contract for tiO.oOO sMW with the Illinois Steel Company, and the New NEW COAL PRODUCTS DIVIDEND Payment Stock on of S Per Cent, in TWO MORE ARRESTS IN MELTING POT GRAFT Imlpcmli'iifo Leniruo and Moos( Accusod of Mulet lllff Nm- Citizms. Two more nrrfBts wi t Rittdi yver rtay by th PedtnU RUtltoritlM In ron titctton with tne tip takltifl Bcfttidal ln aoIvIhf ctrtaln aniployMi of th i'atniliz;.'i'n hiir'n in th ,ount Clerk't Offlo. The new dfendnU ire Oporxo J. MoCurthy, io pan on th In dtp4 n'lfnrf td-MMpUfl ticket for Simp Sen ator rvcr.il yeiim Jtttil John A JTarnitiill. a rron- e iltitrl I wrkfr. T!iy w?ro ftrrn tinted hefore l"rtltet PtatpH CommUfitoner Houvhton on a ehi rue f demnndli l' money from in iippiittiiit tot oitltensblp. HarrAhlll af In $3,000 hail and Mci '.tr'hv In $l.:.oo. Knncne I.. P.irotli, attornry for DftVld Ievy, who was RiTtatod late Monday tnilit, informoil CommtMloner Monshton j-estf-nlay tli.it tilf client Intended to tell nil he knew it bout condition! in the naturalisation bureau ami Levy's iaii WeM reduced from $6,000 t $3. "oo Levy is a son ft Mori i rt?vj , Republican leader in the Twentyfourth Aesembly dlitiict Me wa employed elerk in the bureau until t Schneider lenrned .f the talilnK. The County cw-tk had a conference with Assistant (Tnlted Btatei Attorney lioirer H. 'o! head f the criminal di iton of th federal proasoutor's of floo QresB8raay( :!l offered to aid Federal suthurltlei In their at' fin; eradicate the Sllsjfed praft;nLr Other arresti air expected s..m. Nw Haven nnd Halt ford Tia.Li- road Ooraiiany hay tlivldcd a coivt rsxt ia,ont ti Mnofifj tbrss Bastarn ptStatBBaattOtO tOUS Will V T'i h' th I Vnrmy'.vanla Stel CVtmi-aJiy. 5.000 bons Mr tli- Lfu-kawar.na hik! arnnit i 9.000 tTii!i by the ttethl'hem Absal OOflV pany. Th1 Havana CeOtral, after pivtns an onler for 1,100 tonej to tJh HrthU'hni I Stt-el "tmiKiny, Im ujotin Ir. the market i for 1.700 tot. Th- New York Central i ptootd a small ooitraot with the K thlehem mill. Th-rn ar4 lAinverouii em ill Inquiries for both MbSSmIbINI nd !iht ssotteii rsetfj fr suth AtrrsrkssM IneiudtnaT SsVSWty-iWO mile of thirty i Kunl ralle. etuilent to sJbOttt 1.000 itone. see mnes '"he let or H4r4r ranricateo: Structural in-el wrk ha 0711 out nlowly, but a heavy tonna 1 likely I too bo plaoe4l befofe the etui j of the mnth. AmnsT th SJ0t tracts reportiJ yerterduy SJl une for j it'ip tons for a new machine hp for ri K. We Hii" CoiiBpany, snys-afad in maii : ufaftiiriiuc l:ifh exploeivo shelli. tS Wste I iUi.'i-1 vriih the He.Ulen Itxn airnt OOa 1 Mtrui'tion ('tmiiiiiny. Milllken Broe , Inr , I hat refsivel onlora for 10 Um of I cMurrvna ant tM-ams Cor . Now Yrk ' apartment hoiiw, whtfh i bslnsj oon StrUCted by the Hitikle Iron WmkM. . Thi- S' it-:. Isiand shop will alst fabri- cats ton. of Ntrua'tural totlSpOS fOT a warehouse Hanto Dotnlffavo. Tfu : I'nivervity of tvnva has plarti r , .u't-.tt-t f T a o.!etre Cjf b-tat!Mry bUttdttYSI rall itic f.r 4'0 tons of Htt-.'l with the Iowa City Iron Wtvrkn. Tht- city of Seattle. Wash , has placed a con trart for the Hfteenth jJtret highway brittle oasUlns for 1,100 tir:H of tna tural Htel with ! DyT Bros, of San Fram-iK The directors of the American Coal rr'HiuctH Compujiy have dclarel an ex tra dividend for the hohUTs of the com mon Mock in the form of a stock divt- deriil of 5 per cent. The directors sll0 I declared the reauir dlvldtndi of per cent, on the common Mock and 1 pr cent, on the preferred stock. In connection with the eommon stock I dividend the directors will sive both common and preferred etick hulders of j record November 1 the riaht to !ub I scrib to 11 per cent, of their holdlnfe i In preferred stock at par. the subscrlp I tlon to be paid per rent. In Cetsh ai d ' the balance In December. The money ! received from theie subscriptions will be used to pay off the $1,000,000 Rold 1 not-!, due July 1. 191$. but which will ! be called and paid at par on January I 1, 191$. 1 ' The common stock of the company ' has had a sensational rise owing to ' the protlt! which the conern Is making from it! war ordera for chemical!. On I January 20 of thin year it sold as low as 82. The hih for the year was 170i3 I on July 12. It cloaed yeMerday at 16$. The report of the Northern Parlflr ! Hallway Company for the year ended JUllS 30. 1915, shows a mt Income of 1 $l$,881,$IOi as compered with $10,II8, 247 the year previous. This whs SQUSl I lo 7.T.S ier cent, earned on the $2tS.- 000,000 capital stock, against 7 .! 2 per cent, ranted In 1115. Col. W. P. Cloush. clmlrman of the bOSafdi In his remarks to the itOOkhoM en v plain inn why the company did Ot publish this year, as Is 1 ustomary, , a comparative Income account suys: j "Headers of this report will observe thftl the Income nccount for the business year 1911 differs much In form from J that heretofore published. Also, that comparison with figures for the next prior year have been omitted. The form herein used is that at present prescribed by the commission 1 Interstate Com merce Commission) 1 While the correct ions of totals and of resulting SUfplUOSS I appearing In this form Is admitted, that I of some of the grouping's of revenues j from several sources is not Radical difference! In thf two forms of income account have mad impracticable me USUal comparisons. Should present reg ulations continue, comparison can be re sumed another year." Total oerattng recnUffl for 1916 were $03,t?ltl6i, as OOtlsOMrad with $09,644," sot, with total net revenues oif M0 90Si004 against $s?,S??,509 uperatlnf lnc in amounted to 911,5891491, as oom Pata I with $32440,984, with a total In come of $91,011,461, aeTalnel ?J7.:'... 818 BttrplUS after the jsnynwut of tlivi- dends was 11,409,890, a oompsrod with $9,895,000, The helanos sheet how a P oin and lo.- ;uri;iis f 193,170,341 on June 80 1915, cm tnunpar! with one of $S4.772,4i0 on June 30, 1914. The ootu pS listuiji given are WOHled out iut tto OUrately as the change in ola-s-MnVatioiLs I-ermitpi one of the IntereMtlne features la the total land sale of the rtmiiKiny. 1.417. 000 acres, 4Xin(i)ari4l with 598,799 acres In 1914, The reason for this Increase wa- given by a prorn1n;nt ofhrial h dtts to the anoimPUS profits which the fann er in the districts traversed by the Nortiiern I:ictnc h;id nwule ftxtm Utetr crops Twelve stockholders who were not din'ctors wore present at the annual meeting which was held aere yesterday, All of the retiring d1 re -tors wre reelected. Every Houri??v -7. of this Trip One Loi$ Delight Every detail of equipment the highest attainment of modern comfort and invention. Superior oerrle. and low farse to Savannah, Macon, Augusta Jacksonville, Atlanta Birmingham, Montgomery and all Southern Paints Consult anv Tiiketor Tourist Agrnt, or NEW YORK OFFICE Ml FIFTH AVE, AUTUMN VACATIONS PANAMA CANAL AND CALIFORNIA Lsrfe American Trani-Allsntk Lineri FINLAND and KROONLAND :r,ooo Tona tJlJipUcemont. Up the Hudson By Daylight All Hrrvlre Dally Krirpt ftundsr Dtrsd Hull OenneofiBai to all points in thi QatSltiUa Haratosa, the Adlromliirks. the Wont .', ml North. All throurh rnll tlrketfi bnlWeefl Now York anil Albany ftc- ri-ptfil. MupIiv Hrstaurant . Htrs. "Wnahinstnn Irvine" "Albany" "llrniliirk Hiidnn" "Bohert Pulton.'' Itr.hr.imra Nt.. H 1 40 A. M, W. IM St . ! A N.I W. llltB .St.. ;50 'A. St., Vonkrrs, 9:45 A. M.i lamllns at WeSI I'nlnt, Nrw hiirRh, rmm,kprple, Klnsnton I'olnt, Oatsklll, Huilann snd Allmny. (In Kaliinlay Btternoon, f)rt. Kth. Str. Al.ltV Innii. l)c.hroii St. 1:4.'. IV M , W. 4iil Bt 2 I'. M . W. Illth Ht. S:SS V M. fur Bear stotiatalB, west rcnnl and New burKh anil roturn. tlnr liny (lutins. ti riiuskkrrpalf., Srs hursh or Un1 I'lilnt. Fi.rrnoKi moth fs. BfARsTFlliCTIOIIS. I Board of Elrottnns of thr City of Nnw York. (loners) Offlor. Munlrlpsl Bulhllns. Bornufh of Manhattan Notion la hereby len In purmianoa of Chapter 22. Section 901. Law of INI, conatl I tUtinf Chapter 17 of the Consolidated I.aa. as aniemiod ny tnaptor as, i,nwa m iris, oi the binindarlra of esoh of the election ilia trlota In the oounty of Now York, snd of ths doatirnatinn of the plsoe of registration. Octo ber 4, I, (. 1. I snd t. snd of the polllns place for the election to be held November 2. IfllS. In each of the election districts in aald county, aa follows: BOROI KM OP SLA II ATT AX. (General Klrrtloa nr. 2, mm. Pint Annrmhly tliHriet. KLtxrnoN NonfM. Hudson T River JaUine Tsl, tin Safins;, n t. . Location. M Creenwlch at. . . lor, tlreenwlch at... KB Oreenvrlch Bt,,, ! Mulberry at W. Hroailway.. Grand at ,11 Greenwich at... 4M Canal at 2M Hprmif at 311 Hudson at It ITtnoe at 7 Sullivan St 199 I'rinoe at ,V,I Hudson at 140 W Houston at. 401 Hudson St 17s w Hnuatnn at las Hicecker at Occupied ss Clsara stationery flhoes Reatnurnnt Barber . . . Confectionery Barber Shoes Hnrber Stationery leather supply Candy Barber Tailor Pool parlor Ha liar v Ilarher Restaurant 4 Ninth BY Barber 7 6to Ninth nv 4'izar s S47 Tenth sr Cigars I (20 W 47th St Kruitl 10 Sit W. 7th at Stnrars 11 Trrrth av tanlv 12 7: Tenth av Undertaker 13 . Ninth ar Ilartwi II 72 Ninth BT TJndert ,k,r If tit. W 4Sth at Barber 1 411 W 49th St t'ndeliaks- 17 700 Tenth ST BsrMt II HIS Rleventh ST Ba-h 19 7.11 Tenth bt Barbi 20 fOO W Met at T, ;i i.TS w 43th at undertaker H 4S4 W. Msl st t'nderl sk. 3 Jit, tv Mi at Tail r 21 7i;4 Ninth st Barbel 71 Ninth sv Plat Tttrltth fsaemMy IMsfrfrl Willi Iflli-IHI From tier si. M. H. MMW VIIKK OCT. Dec. 7 r IO:i0 A.M. Jan. 5 From SAN FRANCISCO OCT. 19 Nov. 16 Jan. 1 To or From California rUMCsMniftiuii ItHeratsalstsCsbtti sso ap To or From Isthmus of rtnsmi iir.t OsMb s" up ins armed Hue mo up Including Meals and llerth Host f ul.lne and Serslre. Also Combination California Trips WATKK R)I'TK QMS WAT 1111 KOI TRS OTIIKK WAT PANAMA PACIFIC LINE 'Y V.', 3 Lines 3 Karen $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Leave l'ler 32, N r m K M 161 Prime at Pool parlor j nimrirt Occupied ss Second Anntmbly I. 1 .11. alum 112 Broad at Fulton st )0 Roosevelt st ra New Chambers at . . 4M Pearl st tt. M .u i -on at : New Chambers st . W Cherry at jsil Water 'at ss Madison at H Catharine at r,1 Pike at IM M.vtisoii at 127 Monrno at 2is Madison at ?'..' Malison at , Rl Henry st K! Hiuiry st M E llrovlwsy e,lllpi, Md Si. ;h n deputy 'ounty t'lerk Slleaad tip the ' to THE SUGAR MARKET The Bethlehem steel Company is op- eratitiK all of lis seven bluet furnaces, , five of which lire producing Steal muklnir 1 iron fur the company's own ua a and two are hlow-itift on foundry gmdea. which have been nold In the open mar ket. iull capacity haa been sold fur the Balance or this year, and eonSS- quantly this departmeiit is oui oi the merchant market fur tho tune belns;, , All of the open hearth steel furnaces, i ar active. a a The city of Sidney, Ohio, received bids ' yssterday on 100 tons of 4 Inch to 6 m il east Iron pipe. The city of ial veston will take bids to-morrow on ti'" j tons of 30 inch cast Iron pipe. The New York Department of Water Supply, (las j and ESIectrtClty Will lo take bids on ! Thursday, on 39 tons f 8, , in und II I inch pipe RECORD 900 CANAL TRAFFIC. 3,061 ,T8B Ton Inrreass la l.nat- bomifl Frrlsrht. Saui-t RTa Maiue, Mich.. Oct. B A new hle;h ri'cord was established by the transKrUtlon of 10.979, 401 short tons of frelKlit thr.iunh the Amerlran and Canadian canals at the. Sno In the month of September, aecordlm to a statistical retmrt Just nnnle public The Increase over September, 1114, was 1,511,711 ton, an.l over tho same month In till, whlcn previously hart the record for the month. 11,011 tons. Ths entire Rain was In easthcind tr.'iric. the western movement of frelirht being llttlitcr than In 1914 or 1913. The eaatbound shipments were 1,017,771 tons, as oomparad with 6,ss.408 (ona last yeafi EXCHANGE STILL DROPS. Ir-iirC Inim I DfM'llnr of Irrlfns ('nr. rlrti Market lon nvrnril, .rrriiMsT I'Xi'himjti' rstes continued to rtt'Ilr fr.uitionuli y jreMsrdsy, of.rr -Iiik th" rest Of ths 1xi'hanK' m.irKM downers rd. Demsnd ptcriinu rVtd st 4.7', with c.ihlis at 4 7''1.-. Thll rotn partn with 4T''4 for demsnd nnd 4,70 for OSblei on Mnnri iy. Prsnei woro nn tfxriptinn to th rent of th markrt, rloylnt? St B "t fOf chri ks and R.TKi.j for C8tSS npainpt a prsVlOUl dost of r.7!.j for tho ehscks arnl B.7I for cables. Itsllsn lir dsotlned from I.S4 to 9.SS whits ruhii sold down to I4i nffatnut on Monday. M;irks WOfS quoted Si llVi for gh drafts and y? for rHbltn, On Mnn dSV they closed at :iftH and r Speotlvely, Auiitrlan kronen dropped from 15 4i to If. 30. For'irn tSChsnffS hr".kr8 snld thnt the heavy MnVrins of conimrf'.al Mils were ch!fl. re.'-ponaih1 for th delmo of prices. American Line AMERICAN STEAMERS Under the American Flag N. Y. Liverpool, Pier 62, N. R , Noon eu intk ,.Ort.tiM, Laaie., t is White Star Line II foot Canal ,t , . P. M. : W 13:. I HI . : I' M . :80 f at., 10:1)0 I'. M Sumlav inornliiK, a 30 A M Time Table t'haneea Oct. 7. TMU, gPRlNQ 940. nrnn The public lie plsed. BOSTON $2.80 ai.so. $1.75 Colonial Line Vis Knat and Kali. HOI Ml TKIP ai.4n. PROVIDENCE BRbn KIM Nit TKIP B. 10. I) Tt.lrrt Atwmbly Location st. First-class sirvlce Wool l'ler SB. N It Outside ICooms caterlns to the Issat uvs ami Huadan at unit ffsas iioiisioo M, am rbonc Bl.no In f.'I.INI. own onicc prlng U4UI. t Itoonl M from St. All Wireless 1 1S White at. 11 Chatham 44 Bowery , . II Bowery .. U Elirata-th 147 Oraral at ?.rn Broome st 104 Bowery 77 Chrystle st 1(1 Bowery :t?4 Broome st 49-M Prince st 21' s Molt at 2r.t Bowery 4 Bleeeker St...'. Boacry 13 Cooper sq 01 sixth at 237 Sinth at i Stujrveasnt at. sr. Third live ias r. Ilita st 103 Third sve .Clears Tailor Barber Barber Barber Barber Burlier Rest surant Candy Barber Music Barber Tailor Candy Tailor Barber Tailor Stationery - Shoemaker Plafrtrf Occupied sa Barber Barber Real eatate Barber Barber Barber ....j. Tailor Picture frames Pool parlor Barber Ineeot powder Barrier Confectionery , Clothins i Barrier Hotel office Barber Barlier Tnilor Awninxs Clothins Barber Barber Location. Oi'i niacl n, 1S4 Avenue A Pltiml laj Avenue II Hal ele .. . 13i'. Avenue I) Hi si , irani S44 F itth at Keel i l i M I lllb at t'li.lni HI Avenue B Barber M Avenue A IV. -.u . . 421 R 11th at Hits li at 33:. K nth at PhotHur abbs U Thinl sve Lfl .a ri las Tlnrd ave !' i I ef Flrat nve Bills lie- 2JS First ave H.-irl-r r.49 E nilh at Burba. jst Avenue C Borbsi M Fuat art n. i. ir 322 Hei ond ave II All III First nve I Hi Mil Second nve ... Barber 377 BecoBp ave I ndertakef 311 F. 22d at Uarlirt 33.1 K sid at .Cat Penter Thirteenth AfemblV VtUHrt K. D. Ideation Occtltileil a. 1 Ht w Mat st llarls r t M Tenth ave Clothmi J 772 Tenth nve II irher 4 !7 Klrl.lh nve 1tirir I W2 Tenth ave Barbel fl SIS Tenth ave Csnttl 7 sM Ninth nve Barber I 72 Ninth nve Heal ratal! a Ms Tenth ave Barbel 10 4 S W Mil at Car id 11 Silt Tenlh ave Ilartn II S4? Eleventh ave 1i.irrr 13 ssr. Ninth ave ...Barber 14 24 Columbus ave Ilarher li 24 Amsterdam ave Confectionery is Mi w. lis st Barbel 17 I4 Columbus ave Cii.-a.-s 15 73 Amsterdam sve Barbs! II im W 3l at T.o .. 50 m Amsterdam sve ' i 21 )7 W 4th st It. stain . 22 130 West End at .t'lldi rlnkar 23 p; w U7th at Bsrbsi .Y. Liverpool. Pier 60. N.R., Noon IUH I, tit. 11 Artrlatli Not. a Azores Gibraltar -Naples -Genoa I'retlr Oct, BO, in a. m. 4 anoplr Not. I ; ni l II I . W II H A V. N. T Tel. WSHI lie, tor. isssW- A IN 1' A Select Fall V) an rslrr.S'.' ISI:l'rolilet, edlrei t.SI.M. 411 I Mill HI A1 I III III M, SI INI llallt. Ineludlns Ntiudat. SiaO p, M. I root l'ler IB, K. It. 'Phone 27isi lleekman. city Ticket omce, 'iun Iln.adway; N. Y. ptown Ticket ottlce. II say and BM St. Fourth Aenemhty E D. Iiocatinn 1 M Monlaomery st 2 II Jackaon at 3 3M Maillson at 4 W firand at r. 7r, Broome at I 444 Grand st 7 4tn (iraml st S3 Ridge at 0 20', llelan.-ey at 10 ft Willelt at II 21" Stanton at 12 Broome and Sheriff ata 13 4 Columbia at 14 4 Cannon at 11 S Iewls st 15 75 Ooerck at 17 S4 CJrsnd st 18 II 30 Jai kaon at nittrirt Ocouple,) as Clt-ars Candy . . . Stationery Plumber . Cleatntu ' , Auctioneer I Cisars I Ilsrner llarb-T Barber Barrier S No 34 Barlier leather Berber Restaurant . . .Pictures Barber Toueternth Amembtv nittrirl ED. I,i,.-:it,i.ii 0en., 1 243-1". E "'i ' 'I . . 2 Sis Thi- : st Baitress - S 3"J E SIB l tfi"-. 4 ton F. --: t It st I'ndrrl .. r. 49i Sccon.l flv Real - 212 K '.7th st 'I i 7 im MB t I'Bderi 5 421 Third T . I 311 K '.'tSb al I'lld. , 10 III NscoBd av Berber 11 44H Thir l av Cm 1: 41: Tlnril nv its s 13 .571 So, s.., ar Bsrb 11 .If.J E. :t.d st t'tid-ri . I Ms 3 lib st li. 1. 1 - IS 4JI Third at Bal 17 sja K Kith at - let ii 0B Bseond av ; r . i.-rt. 1 M feeortil av ,1'udertskt At M E MB St.... ItfMI'es 21 '.'It K. Isth st cor ehrtti f 21 M Third av ClSSf J 771 Scouil av K FOBECIXtSI RE BAM GUARANTY TRUST CASH GROWS. DrsHMlts larrrsar B I il 1 ,000,000 In Year Total. 8g,OOOl004j, The report of th condition of the CJuar.intv Trust Company to the St:tte Superintendent of ltanka shows sn ln rcajie In deposits of 1111,000,000 over the deposits reported by the company a year ao. The total iepoelts on Sep- i'-mber :s amounted to 1111.000, . the largest ever raported t. that inatUtt 1 tton. i In year the truat e In the year ' n lit y Trust from til": Pacific Coast Tour unttsf in-ntimtsl siirt Msvlns Ociobn ?."ih. A iiion t h of Ssll slit fill triiid lt rrfllfl Hum. with Im Ii1intnl lilts to t nltromlti bBOMtlpUfli lltlitg tili tiiHi.il mid inft in n iMiints iimi r rtBi ItiillldlllS ht I ill nr nilii Him kli-d, i i hum 4 miiJti .mil m omleIr tuur of alitor ii i.4 In i iui ntfc ft iiMi, -,o llriuileil lllnerr upon request. WE TAKE THE RAVEL OUT OF TRAVEL Individual Tickets all routes on sale dally st suihorlred rates, no eatra rhurgs for aertlce; Itineraries, hotel hi . oiiuiiinl.il i. if. elr., srranged to nterl your rrquli-rinenta. Cullman rrsertatlons seeuted. let us help ton plan tour trip. Mil INN'S nil It. IgBfl BroadiMO and 17 W.-i :11th Nl . 'telephone 191 Greeley, New Vork. -I'PKKMK i 'UK M A BY Mi K BE alio, ki an pursui n.l sals, .l ily ., 'he o.l dan the i.tb day of t lie iln-br. lane. I. the ri incut iiHtne.l, win sell . it'HT. i'OI NTV UK NEW HANSON. Plaintiff, agatnat laction begun ..gainst thei ' i others, Dsfendaats. of a .tinlgmeiit of fore- luaile and eniereil iition and bearing . ptsmbsr, ills, I. feroe in sal. I luds- guBlle auction. Bxchsngs Balesroom, No lill Vesey .- !' i;i the IC-: .jirh of Manhattan. iVy ..: New Vfork. on the 19:h day of October. lvl, at II o'i'leek noon on that day, by SWIl'Hl, MAP. Au.tloneer, the pretnlai-s liree-ed by ast.l judstnent to be aold, and iii-re, n deeerlbsd a follows- ' A 1 .1 . that certain oil. piece or parcel of i Isttd, elth the building! and improvements thereon, situate, lying and being tn the I It. trough of Manhattan. City, County and -.ate .f New York, bounded and deecrlbed Fifth Attembl E. D. Ixtcstion 1 43 Hudson st 2 41-13 Bedford at S ion Hudson st 4 2.S7 Bleeeker !t 6 313 Bleerker t s : Bli kcr at 7 101 Christopher at s 342 Bleeeker st ri 372 Bleeeker st to M waeblngton st.... 11 37o w IMh st 7M Wasiiinirton at 13 has Hudson t. :i tvt Elgtith st II ra-ii-; Hudson t in v.. Kuhth av 17 2.V; W l.'dh at IS 114 Eighth av is 130 Seventh st 30 ion Elrbth st 21 lja Ninth av 22 104 Tenth av 143 Ninth sv Muriel Occupied sa ' Osara ' Tailor T.illnr Barber Barber I . . . .Window I hades ' Tailor ; I.atni'lrv Burlier ' Tailor ' Barb, r Barber Ogles Storas- Stationery Instiran.-e Barb-r rlarher Barber filaes Tailor Barber Bakery E O Location Oorur t ' i 113 ABietenlsm sv Barb 3 lit Antaterdsnt av lit-'. 3 a West K n I at RselaUl 4 IM We-i Rnd av Bs 5 '.HI W 'th si.. II I IM Coluill'ill' av In- : 7 2".'l Collimhos av. Real esl I a W 11 si V ic , a 2im,i Brosds ss team 10 So -lile of W .3.1 si . ion ft east of Rlverlde Dlite Bo 11 2ti Ameterdam t 12 3Jo Colunilni- -iv ! 3 "in Atnsterdsni av ' - 14 3'. Antaterdsm av '1 . II Silt Anisti rilani av rail' 15 2S2 W tst l T.i "T 17 JS Amsterdam at TSllni 14 111 Amsler lam av Bsr lr 171 V? Hh st I'phuM r- .si 73 W s.d st T:i-'S' 71 142 W. IM st Ta b. lot W Jd st ,.Kspres 21 ' Brna.lwav Htr-t .' Z ' W .1 1 si Va.'an- ;:, No Mile of W Mill t ."io ft ve-l of Weal RlM av Boo" TV. ...7 Ani'i.Tit-im sv Laii'io" :7 :.-1 ABtsterdsm av TSllB .t -.ir7 Amsii-r,lam ST Talloi 2s R42 AnsteMsai st Bsrhet 3 ' Atnaterilsni av Tado I AinstcrdSBI ,1V ..I'ndertn'i 3-j ITS CoiumbUi av TBIlo! s 143 Amsterdem av Bar1" 31 IK AtnsterdBBI av rndertak ' 1 1 1 '. I .'3 1, ago f lit to' il deposits In itnpSJiy were 1101,000.000, the resources of the ilu.ir- Company have iBcpeaaBd 0,000 to 1191,000,000, a gain of 1111,000,000 In twelve nmnths. At Tl'M V KRBOBTM. MEW IIMItss AllaSUt Ctty. Al'TrMN RESORTB. mW JBTRBEV ASkaatta C FRENCH LINE 1 ompaKiile .i'iir ! rrannmloiiMqur iiisi ii. si BVICEi Sailings for BORDEAUX ROCHAMBEAU Oct. 9, 3 P. M. CHICAGO Oct. 16. 3 P. M. LATOURAINE. Oct. 23. 3 P. M. ESPAGNE Oct. 30, 3 P. M. THE NEW QUADRUPLE SCREW S. S. LAFAYETTE Maiden Trip from N. Y. Not. 13 FOK INFORMATION APPLY COMPANY'S OFFICE Xrtti f Atlantic OiWNrT Bfcwaaaij .. -Te.trji At T T aVT A BT V TheyinGstKotclacccnTxjnolQtiorsmi wvia s ,J l J U Ban 4Inlkt Iteflnefl I ni'hnnu-ed I-' ll I urea elite. ii.- in i. as to 3 77 th- trade that b pay us much Tin- raw sugar market trlili sjsnt quotstions inn ii for Cuban snd "1 isints Holderi sdrsi i their si Cente. but it was said yegnere were ran aillitu S-' 3 I'd Cents The rsflnsd surar msrksl was quiet, with prices unebaiiged, am rrflnsrs quoted stand aril irratiulatfd on the baMs of 1.00 is?ntn. regular way Tie r, wbi 11 moderste move in. -nt in with Irsa'oli The siuar luturss maili.-l at th.- Coffee Bgohanfe was ii.sive. with prices ateaily There was a good demand lull of wbi.'h was said to Is- tor Rurojnesil Scoount. TiiihI sab- were 7.WC loos Prl as were: High' Low- Clus The Cramp Shipbuilding and Engine Company has secured another contract . uuiet restsrdas I r"r iteatnihlpB from the ward need ai nia Line. Bach, boat la to tie 11.000 tons for I'.ulo Ulcus. burden ami win call for k.iioo tons of Structural Hteel plates anil shsiies. The l ships will he Installed on the Atlantic i ilulf and Want Indies Line, a subsidiary I if tin- Ward Line, and will run to South ! America- The contract price is said i in lie 2,760,luiO. Oct ober November. . Ii nib-r , January .... February. . March April May June July Ainruat September 1st est :7ii -.70 2.73 2.77 2.7H .' tl s7 2. SI l,M 3.0a 3 91 Pr. v close 2 M '.' 73 2.73 2.77 l.tl 2.SH 1.91 2 IH 3 03 3 03 FOUR DENY LIEBOVTTZ GULXT. Fitly Wllneaaea tn Md llefeiicc In Strike Murder I nae, isadore Vusplti, Abraham Weldlnger, Poiomon Mc t-.-rs of the i lnnriherH uf r. anil Max Hlngi r. nu rii loiik .Mailers I'nloii, seven whn-h are charged with murder in the first degree in causing ihs death of Herman Ulebovltg took ih raitnegg Btand yaBtflrday ami rli nled their guilt. The defence announced that It bad nfty sritnsssss to eall. ii is charged against the dsfendanta who were officers of the ggnaral strlka III 1010, that they sent fur UeboVltB, a striker who took a BOBsUnlon Job at Hunter, N, V , and alter a tr.al at u inn hgadojuaftars g K.pi List fourth Strait heat him so badly that he died in a hospital. Mstg, who at prsssni la obslrman of Die United Hehiew Tradee, with 200, 000 members, swore that the atory of Kflsaulta "ti noB'UnlonlBtB was untrue beoauBB he had acted on a legal deflnl lion of the rights of pickets from run- gresaman Mayer London. The taklnfl of further testimony nlU aeutlnue this mornln(, UNEMPLOYED ARE FEWER. rluareS SbotT Hnr la Helping to Solar the Problem. The war la helping to solve the tin- employment problem in New York, gee cording t" iiiiures given out by the Mu nicipal Employment Bureau, the Char ity Organisation Society, tha Society for Improving the Condition of the Poor a, ,d the United Hebrew charities, Tha Federal Bureau of Laboe, winch has undertaken a census of the city to And out t ho extent of unemployment iind ' forecast the problem for tha OOmlng ! winter, agrees that conditions are far better than they were Ht thla time In 1111, According to Supi. Walter R. PeHrs of the Municipal Employment Bureau I i ic return to Europe of huge numbers of reservists has mads a shortage of manual laborers, which has given many men Jobs, hut thcro la still a shortage hecaUSS so tunny refuse to do laborera' I work. "Tills situation mav become serious." j Siiiil Mr. Seals "It shows how ile p. ii. lent the country Is upon foreign I laborers, yet this rear Immigration baa been TI.I00, s gainst the 111,000 of last year." Tim bureau grays out more Jobs in SeptsmbBr than in tha intmadlataiy pre ceding months. In the lag! month ','44 workers wers called for, as compared to III In August. To Quote a Well Known (.lobe Trotter. ''SirC'Vt arhnaa tost lnionv is will worth hfialinK luxurv, comfort anil BDBOlUte t liorouglun-ss of Atlantic City st.nul UOnyalM, KnJ. it- the Kail season by th.- glnrloua ocean. w seashore attrai'tlulis MSgnincenl gulf links. The Leadlnu llouttcs Are Always Open and will furnish full Informs tton, rali-s, etc nn appllcailon (Hotels are all American rasa Msrlborough-Blenheim tin the llcach grOBI American and European Plans Juaiab White 4, iiins I'oinpany Galen Hall Ami the hotel lloel and Sanatorium F. I.. S'oung. Mitr. Hotel Dennis On tha Ueacb Front Warier J lliuby Seaside House On the Beach Front F, IV Cook's Soni The Wiltshire Central; Near the lleach Mamuel Kills unless ul last bibb no ted 1 Hotel Chelsea On the Baach Kront J II Thompson A tlu The Shelburne On the Beach Front European Plan J. Welkel Mgr. Hotel St. Charles On the Ilea, li Front Newhu Haines Co. The Holmhurst t'eutral. Near the Ueach Henry Darnell Strand Hotel On the lleach Front F II HT and II. 0 Kd wards Only three hours from New Tork lilt via CBN I It II. It. It. Bt NT., or I'KNN I. K. It. ! HADING RtSORI H0TH Of THf WORLD nnariBorousn-iBiennim ATI.AM it' UlTTi r. J. owisiasMie stsaiaesasMT jOSIIAM WHITg I IOMI CQSJS.AIIT 8 mm i 1 -in-i i mm EUROPE VIA LIVERPOOL Camrronia Sat., Oct. 9, 3 P. M. TI'Sl'ANIA FBI OCT, 99, ft !. M BAXONIA sat. suv. a. io AM tlliOLNA SAT NOV. 90. Ill A.M. Kll Houte to QlssgOW, NEW YORK to LONDON PANS' NIA. iat , Nov 18, 10 A M CabJu 1'issr.i MfctiTt unly. ROI'NI THE HOKIJt TOl'RA. Through btKikiiifcn m nil nrtDnpil pom uf thn t OMI'AN . 'tOITICIC.ili Sal SI.. T. INNING nt a nulnt on thi- Nnrthtrly "f ' 'n iuin-1 rrti a nil twenty t bird !. distant two hundred -tnii ttiirty-nix I fi" Bavterly frm th rnrnr formed hi' Interetetlon nl the Northerly tide I nr hundred an.i twentythml strt t with tii- Bneterly tide ft Second Avenuei I runnlnej thence Northerly pwrntltl with timi Beeterly t'ie tf Si-fnnii Avenue iiJ pirt ' i-f thi- -.v.i- throuith .1 ,i.ir; wull une hun tlre.l tlflOi feer eleven (lit lOOBee tu the; rent re line -f th. hloch between On hun dred end t v hh - h . i i utui tnt hundred Ml 1 twiii'v -fourth Stri'eiH. thnt' r.m- erly, elong the teld centre line of the :. k in. I pernlli : v t:h tine huntlri .1 nl twenty tllird .tr"! t. eiirhteen i lk i frst . thence tVoutherlyi ptr.ii'fi with Ule ltMt -riv eide "f fterond Avenue end part uf th" w h v t hrn'iBh u n.irt v wall, hdp hunir'(l iioiii f,.V iBlssven till h to the) North 1 1 i if of on hundred and twenty- i thlr.l Srr-t un-t thriff f.orly, ailonr thi .Vortherly ni'i "f One hundred nnd , twenty-third Street einhtt-i-n ill) fu-et to, thi inlnt or pin' of hrielntilnir The .itito deecrlbed prml-'ea lie In I Section ". Blot k 1io. n the I-anJ Map! ni i nf i nv i.r wew i "i"K Deted. Vem Vork. September 2Tth. l l r. Ml'NUV v POLLOCK. Referee v . .. tnpORp itt iVEK AND IH'T. II KR Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office ami post f ttiri Address. Mo l M Mltr-in Avi-nuf, n-.c. null ..f Manhattan. N v oity. Tin' folio wins Is olftrem or th. .-t tn li- nn.!; It m ti-.ret Number Knt ll'Sr.l .Otr.et. Oooupiefi W; flirt AaifmMj, Htntrift D I.oi-atiori ITt r. itou-iton st 17:- Suffolk at 34L' K Hotmton t Ill I Houeton t H" I'tilumhta at Matitin at no of Stanton nt Public School No prop In 3:i oi i) DOMINION I INK. 1 pop. LI .Soul li Mini M Kv ery wik ,y 3 P M.i Pier 21, North Ptver. Te! 00 Krituktln. ATLANTIC, OriaF AM VKT IMirs HTBAMSKIF pin RI Clyde Maiiory Ward Porto It too Plnea. U'jO B'way, N. T. 1 IA Menu TICKKTft lo anj port. omnal k all linn, Rarmnnd A Wlillrumb lo, 2C& Mb At.. V Centre line of black Itlrd Htreet. I'm- epprotlmats eniounl of 'h lien or t h irn. io iatinry which tin nbovede eirpt.'-l propert) i1 hi sold, Is M.Til.Wi with Intersil thereon from the 30th dny of Autu-t. llft, together With the encta ami tllowunci a mount Ins ISIT.TIi with In terest from September iTtb. i!ii. tofeihef wll h the penees "f tt. eale The ap pros I met a e mount of the t.ixi'. neeesemente end wnter rate. ir other llenei whloh ar t.. t..' a tin wed tf the purchaser out of tha pur 'iiiHr money, or paid by the Hof'.'ree. in in .mil Interact, liitte.i. New S'ork, September 2:th. till. IIBN'RV W PtiPl.OCK. r.rfre- ftj F Houeton et i. Avenue D ...I at 3 Avenue C. . ., , :; Avenue D. TOt Fifth at " Siih nt ... '1' Avenue D 7 W Avenue P IN Seventh at 13 Aenue I IM F. nth st ,st enf Jsnemftfy D Pooation 177 Tenth 174 Ninth av in prnth t lfis FikThth av Eitrhth ar .Hrvi-nth av SX W Cd at 3 W j.inl et fit Ninth av til Tenl ii av :.vi Ninth av :.n W :Uh st Se-veiith av ?w Nlntb ave ?73 Ninth av iv: w 1Mb et a. . Ninth av Ms w ntb at Jt W -ath et Ml Ninth ar Mr- Ninth av S. Tenth av F D FiaW Annemhty Po atton 4 ' Henry at it Foray th et I-.' Pike Bt 214 I Hro.vlway 43 Norfolk at it'i (Minion at ;.' Norfolk at n Ludluw et 7 Orvbnrd et . 44 Kldhdee t . . . :is Poreytn et . . :-i t gfoonte at . . IB Foreyth it: Poreytn at . . Bldncjsa "i i.ii lldridre at . . 113 Ludlow at . . . Ill Rmmrinn at . W Norfolk M . . . , arHar Offlca i Par Iter Tailor Tailor ST Shoroiaker 1 Pliim'irr ( iara Tailor Clj..ira VeneUb'e. Harber Plumber Dry irnoila) : Bartwr 1 Itakerv Barber MSHS Ooou,-i4ifl a- Barter I.auii'lry Wurnil ure Barber B,irb-r Barber Tailor Barber Barber BarhT Tailor Cuara Barber tftioc Barhrr Barbi-r Butcher Launrirr Barber FlorUt Barber Barber St.rtftntr'i Arnh't Pigtrirt E D LocmUon Oe upi. a- t r0 R 43d at Mat 2 f5 Thi nl ave fntleits. . :i 7. Hernnil BVB B ir- 4 S27 Firet ave Pa: ' M'i Set oh! ave Bni bt 6- 1.4 Tin rd ave Foi . 7 Thinl avo Bar Iter It "i i Third ave Bartvi 9 Mill Firal ave H.irhe 10 !Hi Firat ave V r 11 '.47 Sei-ntid ave Stati" lery 15 M.3 Thinl ave Bai -e- 13 !7h Sei'iind ave Leal - 14 IM Second ave Undertaker P. ttui Thinl ave P irht - II III I :4th at Hall 17 24! K r.Mh et Ta 15 313 K C4th el Ta. Br 10 1010 Firet ave Florltl ?i North end of Workhouae Dork Black' I 1- lit ' 5etenfefif h Aattmbly Zi$M D Lot-atlon. Occui 4.r. Columbue ave Ll 1 B Columbua ave. . . IM Columbua ave . 023 ColumbuN nve 'i'1 Columbua are . Columbua ave . 7'ri1 ColumbiiB ave 731 Co'umht,i ave ?07 Ameterdam ave No eide of w 9M st east of Weat End ave .Eipre-.- if) - Tai , Barbi - tlei-tri a , Sundry I.a in " , Bar' lUr V fsO ft Hi o'h Ot'cuiuad an i Ofrit-e i BarbiT , Keeluurant : Laundry Codes taker Hrraamaker Barlter ' Parlrer Dveint; and pinning Barber Barber Furniture Beaiurant Heat lurnnt Tea h .n Tea bouse Harber Barber Barber TRAYMORE I sir g est ! Mlnillc ( Its LONO iglAND new Tssss. NKtV JH(.ii:V IjsUeeood LAUREL HOUSE LAKEWOOD. N. J. "NOW ul'KN" Fall, Winter and Spring Reieit in ink I. I.T A.J MuniliJ.Mgr ' V Murphy. Aast Mgr VBKM4INT. October Golf at Its Rest Sum r he Most AttrsstlTtt rnnntrr Helel litlaisut te New Tork ltr. Garden City tlotel GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND One of the moat rat luaive onunWy hetal In America. A combination of cntiniry life and nieernpolltaB hotel luiury ashbuu found. i tutl . t ii i nn thei American fMau. Tht re it alao for ihu couvenleiKt of moloriiti H Handsome a la Carte Restaurant 2t uilleafisMii N. V. Frequent electric service I'lniia. Huttlun. J. J. LAN MN '0 I'rous TO BRRMt'DA BT " d Itl'it tfni AN" OoolllellQl RUKC I 9 CO Un ,13 U'wsg N V FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON $4.00 Iv. Pier 14, Sirs. lulls ,it itoo r M. Nee. IsHMlBg MBS, I rt Houston t.. weeg l'ler 7u. K It . ti H . Nctt Uaveg Mas, si Catharine ,t , l , k Tier 7", ft. B, H.'iJ St. N R , ft. . Musi,. Fultitn St., HrlilgeiMirl l'ler . si 1: u . n no It til A M lr Iv. l'ler 40. N K . lays mill, 0 p, M , Id It., 1:91 i' M. r Iv l'ler 24. K. K , ft. SI'S "ii 1 . :4j 1'. M ; a. oo l' M. week dsra aalg, atr iv A. M , l'ler 70. ft. B, .! RRIMi Ill s' NOTirBB, BANFORP, t A It It N p. la pursuancs or an srdsr of HenorsDls Joba I', t'ohaian, a gyrrogats of the County of New York. SOTICK In bsrsby given tn all psrsnna having claims against VVurren 11. Ilunforit, late of the Ooubtl of New York, ilei-eaasd, to present the same with voucher! thereof ... th.- lubscrlbsn nt their plaea uf trani-ai-tlns bualiissa, Si the sfllSS of Hhelp A Bronmell. .il No. ill Bro.nlway, M.i. I ,t tati in the CHy of New York, on or hefnr Ihu llrd 4ttV "f O. toli T next Iluteil, Nat! y, h tiic iotli day of April, mm. r. l.t:iiN HHBI.P, AUTHOR H tNKORD, Bseeuten 9HBI.P R'looMEl.L, At. tnrnevs fi r BserutarS, 111 Broadaay. atggs hattan. New- Vork l"1ty l Datum House ItecelutS. Tlie total receipts for duties st Ihs Custom Houas yesterday were ittii',- Q4I.I1, nf which IIIT.lll.ll was fur inerohs nulls witlitlrawn from iiuniied Waranouaal nnd 1114,111,11 fr recent Importations, Msochsstsr-in-ths-Msuntaiiu VERMONT t.i mile rem Ekttatmk Country Out OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER Brokers office, ele. lil-flHIiK 4IIIVIB Kew Turk llmel THE LORRAINE Firm atb. AT MTU BT. IKNNKVI.VANI A Canadensis. NRW SI'ltl I K CABIN INN. leoBrlfl Uglfta, gleam Heat, unlf. Tennis, Bowling. Oarage, IQiootltig, licihieta. W J A M 1 I'HICH, tSUWd NJls, I'h i sa Illici t MAIN R STKAMBHIP I. INK srVt'loK-K PORTLAND KihIiii rill iiroK All rohil. riioneHIIHOrorl. K I r.K HTK iNiir 14 N Kit, itiettve L'ohulm New peraons liuutflil tjei aasi en tbe trensu the- I'll 15th u York IHT N, KLHANOR A In pur 1 1 r no order f llonorubl1 John 1'. t, ,i , u i rose te t tbe County of ik, NO'ilCK i hereby flven to ull h;tliig i l iini! .iB.tlnsi Kleunor A. nil, tats nt the CoUltiy f New York, it. to present the Name with vouch" rent to the Mi I uv rl t.-1 , m UV of thin bustnesfl No. - Wftll Street, to j uf NOW f OI k, on or lit-fore tha iy s.r February n't Datsdi New Hie H'th day nl AuKut, 1 y 1 j. JOHN $1.00 10 ALBANY Ai AN II 4 1 TAN I INK BtsauilTs ! dslly, l'ler l. North Bin, fool Vtcst ii.iu 'inn Ht.. r, au I1. M.i Wosi i.iist st. u i', ,i. TWpguBe 'Jnao Spring. TOl'BS. s I "BY SEA I LAND" i 'lit I'uiiit, iishlngtuti '1'iiurs Oct . ii. is. Nt ml fur lllnursry, MAItMTK-HS, 194(1 llnudwa)' N. V. City. Sight -Seeing YachSs I. Vf. Ball ery l'ler 10 SO. ISO. Tel. Broad JJ7J lust.Mil HUUSt sad tlis Ol'I.A.N llSU gal HARTFORD LINE groin New- l'ler 20. Rag! Itlver, foot of Peck t-'llp. dally ex, .'pi Sim.l.iv, at Ti P. M. for CONNsJCTlCUT R1VSR t.ANDIN(ifi. MUNTUUMHiltY, Ksscutor, MilNT- lillMl.llY ,- ri:.MUH), Altirnnys fur El tLUtui. Willi Street, New York. Hi Y. HUUBAHO, THOMAf H In pursuance of an artist uf Honorabls John p. fubnisn, a gurrogata of tin. County of New York NOTICE li hereby given to an persona hulhg claims ugulnst Thomas 11. Hubbard, ; iti. i.i nn' i ounty oi .New Yurk. deceased. to present the same with vouchers thereof lo lh subscribers, at their place of trana i acting business. No, (4 Wall (Street In tbs I pity Bli New York, on or Jiafure the lOtb day of DeeSBIBSr next. Hate, I .N'ew York i tin 'J!h day uf June, 1115. ANNA WKIH i HUHRARP. BIHYL E DARI,INlJTON I JllHN llt'HHAItl) SIBYl. 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