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RAPID PROGRESS OF THE WORK.
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The building of the Northern Pacific Railroad (began
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employed in Minnesota and on the Pacific coast. The 265 BROADWAY.
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St. Paul & Pacific Road, the Northern Pacific Company Henry Hilton,
now has 413 miles of completed road, and by September STEAM TO EUROPE.
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A GOOD INVESTMENT. Jay Cooke & Co. are now HENRY HILTON, President.
selling, and unhesitatingly recommend, as a profitable White Star Line
HUGH SMITH, Vice-President.
and perfectly safe investment, the First Mortgage Land
Grant Gold Bonds of the Northern Pacific Railroad Comare appointed to sail from New York for Liverpool as be
W, BUTLER DUNCAN, Treasurer, pany. They have 30 years to run, bear Seven and Threelow, calling at Queenstown:
tenths per cent. gold interest (more than 8 per cent. carEDWARD P. BARKER, Secretary.
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YORK RAILWAY COMPANY, and in conformity with Acres for each $1,000 Bond. They are exempt from U, S. section, free from motion of propeller, and unrivalled. the terms of the Act of Incorporation in that respect, the
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public notice for and in behalf of the Di ors, and of LANDS FOR BONDS, Northern Pacific 7-80's are at 19 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. such Company, that Books of Subscription for the Capital
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or the Company's Lands, at their lowest cash price. Stock thereof will be opened on WEDNESDAY, the This renders them practically Interest-bearing Land War.
TWENTY-EIGUTH DAY OF JUNE instant, at the fol- rante.
SINKING FUND. The proceeds of all sales of Lands lowing places in this City, viz. :
are required to be devoted to the re-purchase and cancelBloomington, and Western At the Banking-House of
lation of the First Mortgage Bonds of the Company. The
Land Grant of the Roud exceeds Fifty Million Acres. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO., No. 11 NASSAU ST,
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principal of the Company's bonded debt before it falls due.
With their ample security and high rate of interest, there BANK OF THE METROPOLIS, No. 31 UNION SQ.
is no investment, accessible to the people, which is more Convertible Mortgage Bonds. The Company is authorized to construct two Viaduct profitable or safe.
EXCHANGING U. S. FIVE-TWENTIES. The success Railways or branches through the City of New York, on
of the New Government 5 per cent. Loan will compel the At present prices, these Bonds afford a fair security and
the east and west sides thereof, from a common starting- early surrender of United States 6 per cents. Many boldlarger interest than any Bonds on finished roads now point at or near Chambers Street, between Broadway and ers of Five-Twenties are now exchanging them for Northoffered in our market. For sale by Chatham Street; also across the Harlem River and
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profit, and greatly increasing their yearly income. through Westchester County; with power to build addi- OTHER SECURITIES. "All marketable Stocks and THOMAS DENNY & CO., BANKERS, tional lines of railway or branches, from time to time, in
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charges on Money or Bonds received, and on Seven-Thiracquired by the Company is exempted from taxes and assess- ties sent in return, will be paid by the Financial Agents. ments during the period allowed for the final completion of
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JAY COOKE & CO., the approval of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, "Mr. Peter K. Deyo, for many years an advertising to eabscribe for five millions of dollars of the Stock of the
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND WASHINGTON Agent for the Tribune,' has returned, and will resume Company, whenever one million of dollars thereof has Financial Agents Northern Pacific Railroad Company his old business of General Advertising Agent. His been subscribed for by private parties. THIS CONDI
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BEEN lately recovered suficient strength and energy to warrant
WHOLLY SUBSCRIBED FOR AND TAKEN BY
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TQ LET-IN BROOKLYN. which he left to enlist for the war. We wish him the
completion of either of the lines of railway to the line of fullest succees."--N. Y. Daily Tribune, January 13, 1869.
Westchester County, the Supervisors of that County are
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amount as the Supervisors shall deem expedient, to aid in order, with improvements and conve7 Beckman Street, New York City.
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G. S. TUBBARD, JR,
ROBERT N. JACK9ON.
. IIUBBARD & JACKSON, REAL ESTATE AND INVESTING AGENTS,
121 DEARBORY STREET, CHICAGO, ILL. We make a specialty of coniug on Real Estate and the purchase of Real Estate Securities, E. W. CLARK & CO.,
STOCK, NOTE, AND GOLD Brokens,
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. LEE, HIGGINSON &.CO.,
STUK AND XOTE BROKERS,
40 TATE STREET, BOSTON..
Particular arteario given to the securitia of the Chic
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of evily Qarij jou, A1 rent Sales in their FIXX AND MARINE INSURANCE STOCK,
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every bird riidid executed
NB! BROWNE, Paxt.
ROBERT PATTÅRSON. SEC and TREAS.
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