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I;, 8 THE SUN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1897. v
II" SUICIDE AFTER A REPROOF
JUr f ZB1XT M'COSXELI.'H FATHER HAT1
Ifel f SCOLDl'.n THE OIltTu
l '3 wH Bhe 'W"-I"1 " Pli Htnre find
!' $ ft Helped U th. Little Potl Office nt Mento
; r p Iark HeprnTed for I'Mldlsli Cnreleea.
8 L ntii, Hho Tnk Fatal JJose ofPoUon.
i iV v In a. fit of pique Vjocmiso of scolding from
- her fatlier Letty May McConnell. a lG-year-old
1 ft $ girl of Menlo 1'iirk. N. J., pnltoned herself with
, ; f atrychntno on Bandar nliiht and tllod within
( fa. half an hour after taking the polwui. There It
14 J no reason to bellero that ancanse more serl
i ,y J' oai than the scolding, which wa for carelet.
0 ff ness In liandllnsr stamps In tho Poat Offlce.
I Ik drore the girl tu take her life. Bhe was of a
. ? hlgh-etrung, neurotic temperament, and from
1? 9 what little she a!d beforo her death It Is sup.
lib t poied that she had brooded over tho reprimand
If until life didn't teetn worth Hying. No suspl.
li elon exists of any crookedness In tho affairs of
' t the Post Ofllce, which Is In her father's store.
U I and of which she was postal clerk, as the
7i f. accounts, whllo carelessly kept, are In the main
I Jc 't corroet, and no money la missing.
f The nlrl's father, Thomas McConnell, Is an
V i engineer In a factory near by, and owns tho
J h. store orer which he lives with his wife and
1 s three children. 1 he Postmaster, C. A. Cornish,
I s appointed Letty McConnell to a clerkship last
J Jj ear, since when she has attended to much of
? the detail of the offlce, which Is a small one,
I Bhe also has been In the habit of telling goodt
' P & In the store, and sererol times her father has
Jj reprored her for carelessness, on which oc-
f. caslone she would either so to her room and
brood or hurst ont crying and say that she
V couldn't help It. All the errors have been
trIAIng matters of oversight and forcetfulnrs.
'J i On Sunday evenlne a man came In to buy some
i stamps, and the girl, after tearing oft tho num.
i ? ber required, forcot to put the stamp sheet back
' In Its place, and It got stu:k to a piece of news.
1 ? paper. Mr. McConnell ftfund her trying to re-
' i i pair the damage, and gave her a sharp talktne
'', '. to for her carelessness, afterward looking over
. i the money drawer and finding the contents
i i inlied up with stamps, envelopes, and other
, things, when he got through talking Lour
went to her room and didn't come down until
I (' lhen she got a cup of tea and took It hack to
. her room. About 11 o'clock she railed to her
lltllo sister und told the child that she hsd
$ cramps and wanted a drink nf water. The little
, ,- g'rl hurried down stairs and called Mrs. Ale-
1! 1 C'onuell. who brought up some wntrr and wbls-
. key. Letty was then groaning on tho bed.
J ( "I'm awfully elck," she said. "Glvo me some
; I Hardly had she swallowed the water when
J ' she was racked by a convulsion. Mrs. McCon.
i . nell called to her husband to send for o doctor
; Immediately. . ,
" "1 euess It's too late." said the girl between
her spasms. "Monk that polsnn papa had In
tho bottle. I thought I didn't want to live any
longer because be scolded me. Uh, don't let me
' diet Idlan'tknow how awful the pain would
' Within half an honrehe was dead. The doc
tor got therv Just after tho end, looked at the
a. euu which had contained the tea. and diagnosed
1 the case as strychnine poisoning. Tills ding.
. i noalt was confirmed when County Physician
i Samuel Long came down from Ntw llruuswlck
1 yesterday morning. 1o him Mr. McConnell
told how the girl got the poison.
' S ""1 hat stuff has been In mypossesslon for twenty
. years." be said. "There was a small bottle of
. the strychnine and some nux vomica nuts done
s up together. The drugs had belonged to my
father years ago when wollved InXewUngtand.
j lie ued tno strjcliulne to kill foxes, and the
' ,j nux vomica he used to mix In corn to poison tho
, t crows. 1 was away when he died and when I
i came back I asked ray uncle what there was left
- that I oould havo as a memento of my father.
I and all that ho conld find was the poison
; and two hana saws. Everywhere I've Uvea sines
? then that poison has been In the house. Ono
day I told Letty about how It cimo to be about
I the house, warning her against It, and this Is
I tf hat haa come of It."
'i , From acquaintances of the deAd girl It was
yearned thiit she was nervous, siiiersenlttve,
, . Iind subject to fits of brooding nrr small mat-
1 l ters. Hhe had never threatened to 1.111 herself
m Jr made any attempt upon her life previously.
HA In less than a month she would bae been 10
m tears old.
I .' JfLTjE XOJIOA.X, TIIE SUICIDE.
1 ;. Usd Oses Hsss Wskrr for Hrch sf From.
H 4 lee lVa Kx.Coavtet,
H ' The woman who killed herself In Cincinnati
H on Sunday when she heard that Joseph M.
1 i AVeberof the vaudeville pair. Weberand Fields,
H ' was to be married on that day, was first heard
I of in connection with Weber'a name through a
'. breach of promise suit which she brought
f against him in March, 18US. Hhe sued under
, the name of Millie Mlllett, and she alleged that,
about a year before, the and Weber had become
i acquainted In a restaurant In Cincinnati, and
f subsequently travelled together thruugh the
country. Howe & Ilummol wore the woman's
lawyers, and a number of letters written by
' Weber to her were attached to the affidavits In
(the case. Weber went to London, and subse
quently the Mlllett woman Jolnul him there.
'. When sh was In London, known as Mabel
Stanley and singing in one of the musto halls,
un Kugllsh woman who lodgvd In the same
house accused her of having stolen marly
y S3.U00 worth of diamonds. Miss btanley, alias
Mlllett, was arrested at Liverpool Just as she
) was about to go aboard a Cunard line steamer,
nnd all the stolen Jewelry excucting there rings
.; was found in her possession. Hhe was taken
.- back to London and tried before blr Peter hldon.
" The plaintiff was anxloui not to prosecute ner,
l i and two Americans In London used their lnflu.
ence to obtain her release. Hut the proceedings
' were pushed, and the woman spent one year at
hard labor In Wormwood hcrubs prison.
II , i Her term expired late last summer and she
r returned Immediately to New York. In October
H Weber complained to Caut. O'llrlcn, Chief of
Detectives In this city, that she was nnnolng
lilm and she was taken from the liroannay
Central Hotel, where she was then living, to
) Headquarters, ufter she bail beon recogulrvd as
' the jewelry thief. She was photographed, and
, as Weber did not press the charge she was re-
, leased on her promise to leave the city, hhe
Is supposed to havo returned then to Cincln.
I' natl, where she bad lived previously, liefore
l the met Weber she had been the mistress of a
' well-known gamblur, and had a child. Her real
name was Louise Ilodlvy, andSsho-wasa native
' of Kuchester. where her mother still lives, tihe
, was calling herself ilelle Morgan at the time of
; her bulolde.
s Weber, who was married to Mist Lillian
- 1 reedman on Hnndar night In this city. Is one
,. of the proprietors of the llroadway Music Hall,
! and one of the best paid vaudeville performers
." In this country. He is a New Yorker, and wot
-'' born about twenty-seven years ago on the east
J I aide.
1 'f roisoyED jiEitsvLv nirir iodise,
I jL Tliea KeRretted Her Act and Honcbt Aid
II r Her Lover Hud Jilted Her.
I Carrie Charda, a Uohemlan servant girl em-
I ployed by Oscar Hammersteln ut his residence
I at 41 West 180th strict, pulsoncd hereiif es-
1 terdayaftornoon, apparently with suicidal In-
I tout. Mrs. Hammersteln sent the girl to a drug
I store la tho morning for two ounces of tincture
1 f Iodine. The poison was put on tho shelf In a
I r closet, and shortly afterward Mrs. Hammer-
1 stein went out. During harabsence Cnrrle took
I the bottle to her room. Then slio wroto these
1 words In Bohemian on a scrap of paper, "bod
I forgive me for what I havo done," after which
i H alio drank part of the lodlno.
, ' Ihe poison caused her great pain, and she
1 svldently regretted having swallowed It, for
I the ran from the house, and, boarding a car,
went to the home of her sister at 4.15 Kast
I I Seventy-third street. Dr. Joseph Buxl of '47
Kast tieveiit). second street was callod In, and
after he had administered uu antidote the girl
recovered rapidly from tho effects of the
iiolton. An ambulance was summoned, but
, .'arrlo refused to go to the Pnsbytvrlau Hos-
' I pltal. tihe tuld Dr. baxl that she had taken
the poison by mistake, supposing that It wus
." I Mrs. Hammersteln said that the girl hsd
1 worked for her nine months, and thutsheal-
. wait seemed to be happy. The other servants
, II aald thalCarrlo had been despondent of late,
. II and that she cried during a greater part of yes-
H tarday morning, bho told them that a few days
1 ago she hail been engaged tn a butcher, and that
ha had Jilted her for una of her sisters.
I 1 jrx. EizauvMiva hiiot nixsEi.v.
'j,t I ' Bo Old It la a Fit nf llraynadcnei' Ilue to
'i ' Illuese While In Stvltrerlnnd,
J D The body of Frederick Kmll hllshemlus, late
! of 10 West Twentj -ninth strcit, arrived In New
B York eslorJa) on La Normandlo, News of Mr.
1 1 Kllshamlus's death rcachtd this couutr) two
J II weektago, and It was not Intimated that the
9H causes were not uatural. It wns learned yester-
1 111- day that Mr. Ellshomlus had shot hlineelf In
)3a he hCad while In Laiisnntio,Hwlt7orlnd. The
Iff ""y ? met at the pier b IJenr 11, i:iHi
if rolus, n brother of tin. dectabtil 'I ho latter s.ud
II that his brollier had been sullirliig for yt-nrs
HI from the ellrrts of blood poisoning, mid hud
i Ht gone abroad lust summer for Ills luiiltli. While
I, mere ho hiiiiftbtrokof parulhl. Ills Illness
- H so affected his mind tli.aho luiiiiiiittnl sulcldi-.
' ffl ,,1 he deceased wai, a niumher of the Ilnglntors'
5 f'lubaud of the Llederkronz. Ho was u dealer
. ' estate, his aiUceiialnKben at UUlJroaa
1 H The funeral will take place to-day.
L U .jj J.
With a bettor understanding of the
transient nature of the; many phys
ical Ills which vanish beforo proper ef
forts jjcntlo efforts pleasant efforts
rlislitly directed. There is comfort In
tho knowledge that so many forms of
sickness aro not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to n constipated condi
tion of the syfltem, which tho pleasant
family laxatUe, Sjrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That Is why It Is tho only
remedy with millions of families, and Is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its bcuoflclal
effects aro duo to the fact, that it Is the
one remedy which promotei internal
cleanliness, without debilitating tho
organs on which It nets. It Is thorcforo
nlllmportant, In ordor to not its ticnefl.
clal effects, to noto when you purchase,
that you havo the genuluo articlo, which
Is manufactured by tho California Fig
Syrup Co. only, and bold by all reputable
If In tho enjoyment of Rood health,
and tho system is regular, then laxatives
or othor romedlct aro not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may bo commended to the most skilful
physluians, but If in need of a laxntlvo,
then one should havo tho licst, and with
the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and Is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
A. Boa of Isaac, N. Filacer, ha Bewtast
Machlae Mllltoaatre. rails.
Jasper H. Singer, manufacturer and whole
tale dealer In toys at 213 West Thirty-first
street, made an assignment yesterday to Daniel
J. Singer without preference. Thoasslgnorisa
son of Isaao N Singer of sewing machine fame,
and was reported to have Inherited $160,000
upon the death of his father. He began busi
ness as manufacturer of a patent gravel
paper. He went Into the manufacture ot oleo
margarine later, and gave that up In 1883 to go
Into the present business.
William Kelman, dealer In Jewelry and dia
monds at 1U55 Broadway, mode nu assignment
yesterday to Ueorgo W. Uallnger, wlthont
preference. The trade estimate the liabilities
at over S30.00O.
C. hdard Drown and J. Warren Brown (C.
E. and J. W. Drown), dealers In wall paper at
144 West Twenty-third street, made an assign
ment yesterday to Charles W, Frnrler. giving a
preference to Annie M. llrown for $00U.
Vlto Dl Darlo made an assignment yesterday
Individually and for the firm ot V. Dl Darlo A
Co, bankers and exchange brokers at -109
First avenue, to Nlcolo Irone. The other part
ner, Domenlco Colluccl, did not Join In the as
signment. Deputy Sheriff Llpsky closed npTesterdaytke
stole ot Fannie Sohwarzwald, dealer In furni
ture, nt 43d Kast Houston street, on an execu
tion for$4'.'R In favor of Jacob ILUotthofer.
Justice Truax has appointed S. J. O'bulltvan
receiver for Ueorgo Mathers Sons corporation,
manufacturers nt printing Inks, at '.'0 Hose
street, on tbe application of the Third National
llanK of Springfield, Mats , and fixed hit bond at
$','5,000. The company made an assignment on
Dec. 4, bat Judge Troax declares that the as
stgntuent It fraudulent and void.
ElBKETT COltrA.W IS XEOVBT.E.
Jostle Oaynar Apaolate a RelTr tor
Ihe llrooklya Firm.
Motion was mads before Justice Oaynor In the
Supreme Court, Brooklyn, yesterday, for the
voluntary dissolution of the James W, Iilrkett
Manufacturing Company of Jay street, near
Myrtle avenue. James W., John, and William
II. Iilrkett are the directors of the company.
The action Is taken because, as the directors
allege, the assets are not sufficient to pay the
debts of the company. 1 hey say they have lost
S10.000 In the last two years and have out
standing debts to the amount of SI6.33S.17.
which they cannot pay. They also owe Amelia
J. Blrkeltof 18) Hancock street $13,888 0 for
money lent. Justice Oaynor appointed Henry
W. Blrkett receiver of tbe company, and he
will have to furnish a bond for Jlo.OOU. James
W. Blrkett, tbe senior member of the firm, was
formerly a Senator from Kings county, and for
years has been a lending ltepubllcan politician.
He baa been In the contracting business for
years and has received many Important con
tracts from the city and county.
THE r.OOXAtOIOATj GAltVEy.
rark Board Cadeelded Yet as Olvlac the
Use afl'art of Bronx JTarb,
Prof, Henry S. Osborne and a committee of
the Zoological Society waited upon the Park
Board yesterday for a decision as to the propo
sition to give tho u to ot a portion ot Bronx Park
as a zoological garden. The board thought It
was hurrying matters to expect a decision from
It after only a few davs' consideration. There
wan some Informal talk In relation tn the pro.
rosed garden, but nothing new was developed,
resident Macmlllan and Commissioner Kly
favored Van Cortlandt rather than Bronx Park
as a site. The othor Commissioners were non
committal. All nre In fnvor of the garden.
The matter was laid orer pending tho prepara
tion by I 're tldent Macmlllan of a paper on tbe
subject to be presented ut a future meeting.
laetlea Msddoi Take UN Heat.
Justice Samuel T. Maddux took his seat for
the first time on the bupremo Court bench In
Brooklyn yesterday. He was assigned to the
Trial Term In Part IV., but there were nu cases
ready for htm. Ills desk was covered with
flowers contributed by political and professional
riNASCIAI; ASK COMMERCIAL
)Vew Tork Stock JCxcbaaKe-Hnlee ,Yaa. 4,
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mi. Alltd. Bid. AttHd.
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8 70"i 32 62'
4 Am surges,... 70 CO fJ2
2 74V4 2 Nor Too en 81,
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13 70 2 103K
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10CnSoil 106k or.SftLKlst... 06K
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1 10014 271tocklslex6s102)i
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12ChftRI(nlSs,100K 4 102W
20CentnOacnfis 00i 10 KeadgnUs BOX
1 CtitElit 110k 10 80
20 Dent ltd I.I.. HI 130 80'f
1 Den ft 110 en... 88li 6 Read 1st pf In,. 47 M
3 Detroit OEs..., 76W 16 40H
2 70 2 nead 8d pf In.. 3354
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s0 . .. 03H lOBol'ofNMlst.102
2 04 6Rtl'801it...l31
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6 EattTenn 1H..107M 48 LftBK 4s.... 03
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lOOenEleodtbBs SUM W dlr 112
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2 Hock Vals 8811 8 stand 11 ft T St. 74K
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4I.Stt.trs 27 lHinA.fta.riil
1 lews Cent lit.. 00 4f. r0
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10 KsnftTcx 3d.. 00!4 0 So Bwoy 6s..... DO
4 00M 30 80M
16 00 4.StJOIlst,tr. 47
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20 Lake lb 1st, r. 11 OH 7 OS
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1 0 Lou ft N, NO ft 0 Wabnih 111.... .100)4
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18IngIil4i 70K 3Wabsihtd 71
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11 MexlntliMl.. 71 1 West Bhors 4a,100
4 1 till it 117 1 lOGJf
2 Mob ft Ohio snb 07H 0 WeitBh 4i, r ..104
7 07W 2 l0 lst.tr... 37
Telstsslesot railway bonds (psrvalot), 11,333,000.
RAILROAD AND OTIIXn BlfAnlS.
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gnht. 0. nl- " i1'1- 4rt,
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11078 AmSllef.lllK 111M 110K 110M 110K
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100 CUV T. 17J1 17M 17's 17'i IB
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880F.onKI102' 103 1024 1024 104
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100 Iowa Ceo. 7M 7M 71 7i 8
ICO lows Cr-r 26 26 26 24 20
(OOLEftWp 00 till 00 08 01)
iOLonils'd 40 40 40 47 62
tOOLaclUu.. 24M 24M 24M 244 26
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23t..NASOp 14 14 14 14
4890 XIan Con. 80 81) 88 884 884
BIBMetTrsc.llOK 1104 110) 110 111
BOlMul'ac... 204 20M 20 204 20
SOOMo.KftT 13)1 134 134 13 13S
740M.KftTpt 204 204 28)1 284 20
20MorAti.l04 104 104 101 107
100 Nat Hear. 6 6 6 6 7
S80NJCsnl..l01 101 1004 1004 1004
IBS NY Cent. 03K 034 03) 024 034
HI.SorAm. 4s 4T1 44 44 6
S0NYftNIM78 178 1774 177 178
SIONY.S&Up 24 24 23!. 234 24
176NITtr. 14 14 14 134 1 3Ts
KSSNl'p.Ttr 324 324 32H 324 33
lOOntftW. 144 144 144 144 164
SlOltftNpf 30 37 30 36 38
tOOreSL , 16 16 16 13 144
100 f ft Head. 274 274 204 204 204
Bll'ulll'll 164 164 163 162 164
sn'-tLAHK 6 6 6 44 64
xSMLSW. 44 44 44 34 4
lOOSll'ftPut 20 20 20 10
t710tl'ftOm 474 484 474 474 484
SOIStsnllftT 104 104 10)1 10 104
800 South I'm 144 144 144 144 16
1043 bou Hyp. 204 204 20 264 204
molennCftl 20 20 264 26 264
SWOTsxl'M. 0 0 0 84 04
b60 I'd I'ao . 114 0)1 04 84 0
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3 0SI. ..0 0 84 I)
t.i:a rai.p .. oo 004 oo oo 004
JX W bah . tJ4 04 0)1 0 04
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Total salts 101,082 sbsrat.
DOSTON CLOSING gDOTATIONS,
Kit Atlrtt. Bfl. Atlifd.
RoiftAlb.. 200 2004 AmneMTel.200 207
nosft Me.. .1024 101 Prle Tel.... 044
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CbJpr..... 104 UotftKoo.. 004 07
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Old Colonj.170 177 0ceola. .. 204 30
WUlteom. 05 tjulncy M...120 121
Domlu'nU. 04 10 Tain illii.... 034 01
riut.AnririiiA ciostto quotations.
DM. All.nl. nid. Aitod.
UhtghVal. 304 31 UOImpCe. 71 7 m
I.OftNCo. 41 42 WniCn,,, 414 42
ronnllll.. 614 OlTiMnDrom. 274 284
I'lillaTrw. 004 07 l I B II pf.... 30 81
UnlonTrao, 0?1 OK 'l'll.l.ftl'a 1314 134
IUl'TC... 004 704ll'II.,lp. 26 264
MetTrac. 110 1 104 WcliOcora. 21
CTotNJrt 22 24 WUiComp 04
bl.NJH&s. 824 83
CHICAGO CI.O'ilNO QUOTATIONS.
hid. Alltl.l Bid. AtUi.
Alley-I.".. 4 4 lake 8 "I.". 17M 18
Amfitr'bd.. 34 36 N Y Illicult. 40 60
CinatftP.. (10 03 N'ti C Nt Ry. 1 8 0 182
Cliylty ...213 220 WtCStlty, 804 81
DIsm'dM.. 114 110
larijvr London quotations.
Atclilion A AP .... 144 Norfolk; W pf. ... 174
Csnsdlan racing.,, 674'Northern l'sepf,.,, 234
Clirispraks ftO ... 104 Ontario ft Weit ... 164
ErlecomAAI' ... 6VrtmuylTanla 634
Ftlelitpf 364i bending 1st A I' 144
llllnoli Central 1144 t Paul 764
Ksi.issft Teias ... IUIiIhouiIi Railway .... 04
LtknSbore 167 Kouth lU'lrrsy pf , 2711
Lou ft Null 404 Union Paolttc 04
NY Central 004IMabAib pf 1(J4
Monday, Jan, 4.
"The apnthettn condition of the stock market
Is shown by the fact thnt although the action of
the Attornoy.fleneralut Pennsylvania ijuestlnn.
lug the validity of the charter of the reorgan.
Izcd Beading Couirah, and tbe attempt of
a bondholder of tbe Manhattan IUllnny
Company to get tho Attorney.Uoncral of
this Plate to protcnt the payment of
dividends upon Manhattan Hallway stock,
afftoted the market prlcet for tho securities of
both companies when tho two proceedings were
begun, failure In both c.tses hail no effect what
ever upon cither Heading or Manhattan Hall
way to.ilny. Both stocks, on light transactions,
closed. In iniiuiioii nlih the majority of
tho list, fractionally Inmr than on baturdny.
Tho (.allapso of thu piocoedlUEsnguln.t the two
tnmpanles named would. In u period of ordi
nary speculative activity, havo stimulated trad
ing In their sccurltiot and tn all probability have
resulted tn somewhat lilghtr prices. Asamnt
ter of fact, the host prices for Manhattan nnd
for Beading wero mtdo at the opening, Uho
market as a whole whs fairly steady In the
curl) dialings, hut decllnril tho remainder of
the day because the profctflonal element sold
stocks on tbe surcosslie announcements of the
suspension of four comparatively small banks
at St, Paul.
Those banks were, according to all accounts,
, Involved In th real eitatt deals that resulted la
the tutpenilon of the Bank of Minnesota ten
dayt ago, and because of their relations to that
Institution their depositors have been making
extraordinary demands upon them ever tinea
that event. Virtually every bank failure at the
West during the last two weeks has revealed a
departure from the principle ot sound commer
cial banking, and for that reason the retire
ment of those institutions from business must
bo regarded as healthful. If advices from the
West can bo depended upon, depositors In the
various defunct Institutions will not, at a rule,
suffer great losses. The fact remains, however,
that many of them aro terloutly Inconvenienced
by th liberties that speculative managers have
taken with other people's money. A reduction
In tho number of banks would teem to be de
sirable, but It It unfortunate that It cannot b
brought about without Inflicting lots or Incon
venience upon customers. It Is Interesting to
noto that the forced liquidation of mismanaged
financial Inttttutlont In Chicago, Bt. Paul, and
Minneapolis has not yot resulted in extensive
demands upon this centre for currency.
The dealings In stocks fooled up barely 100.
000 shares, of which one-half was contributed
by Sugar Refining. C U. and CJulncy, Bt- Paul,
aeneral Electric and Reading In about equal
proportions. General Electric was exceptional
ly weak, In spite of the clroulatlon of some very
bullish roporls regarding the present and pros
pective business of the company. The few
stocks that closed higher than last Saturday
recolred very little attention. Chief among them
wero Consolidated Oa and Delaw nro and Hud
ton. Clearing House operations Saturday and
to-dnr show that a largo amount ot money, over
$0,000,000, has been transferred from the Sub
Treasury to the banks In consequenco ot the
payment of Intorest on the Government dobt
and tho redemption of Paolflo Hallway aid
bonds that matured Jan. 1. The payment of
orer $100,000,000 for Interett and for maturing
bondtattbe beginning of the year had a llttlo
effect nnon the Investment market, but none
whatever upon speculation. Professional oper
ators, who continue In control of the market,
are still apprehensive, or profess to be so, ot tbe
resumption to-morrow of the agitation In Con
gress over the Cuban situation.
A most Interesting and valuable addition to the
current literature of the Street was made to-day
by the New York News Bureau, which published
a compilation ot all the Uslod railway and othor
corporate obligations bearing comparatively
high rates of Interest that mature within the
next four years, together with a comparison
showing the reduction in fixed (barges
that may take place should these bonds
bo funded or extended at 4 V cent. It Is
computed that neorly 5238,000,000 of bonds
will mature during the period mentioned, upon
which the Interest charges can probably bo re
duced noarlr $0,000.0000. In the caset of tomo
companlet, notably I.nke Shore and Jersey
CentrnU the reduction would be equal to over
lucent, upon the share capital of those com
panies, while in a number of others It would be
equal to W&Uot 1 V cent By carrying these
calculations a little further It could be shown
that even moro Important reduetlont In fixed
chargei may be effected during the next nine
or ten years, provided tho money market con
tinues upon Its prosent level.
Final sales comoaro rlth those of Saturday
Jan.t. Jun.4.' Jan I. Jan. 4.
A.TftTF.. 144 14 NorthAm. 44 44
A.TftSFep. 234 23)1 Northwo'ml02Jl 1024
AmSltef. .1114 1104 NorPoom. 134 14
AmTob..... 784 78 ,NorI'aopf. 324 324
ArafplrJU 124 1 14 N J C.nu.,.1004 100!!
C.C.C&Stl. 204 204RockIiland 004 00
C11AQ 7011 Onil,lsdlng ... 27)1 204
Con lias .137 130 stPaulcom 734 72J1
Delftllud 1101. 11B houthR'yp 204 20
(lenKlec. . 344 33 TexasI'ao. 84 0
KtnftTes. 134 1 34 T'nCI P, 20)1 264
KanftTpf. 204 284U8Lestbp 004 00
I.OUUAN. 484 471. Wabftl'pf. 10 16M
Laclede O.. 244 24'4(WtUnT. 834 82M
ManCon... 8BM BB4WhmIALK 04 0
llol'aclnc. 204 20 I
Government bonds strong. The 4s r. ot 1007
and tho Ss closed )6 V cent, higher bid eacb, and
tho 4 s r. of 1007 closed )o V cent, higher bid
each. Hallway bunds firmer. The featuros
were Brooklyn Hnpltl Transit Ss, Chesapeake
and Ohio general 4Ks. Erie prior bonds, Kansas
and Texas Sds, New York Control lst. r
Oregon Hallway and Navigation 4s, Oregon
bliort I.lnods, t.r.i Matidant Hope and Twine
(Is. Atchl.onand Heading lusues. 1he more Im
portant nut advances were In Brooktn Kapld
Trinstt B. 1S V cent., to 71iJB: Chesapeake and
OI1I0 general 4tt.8v,n"344! Krl" prior bonds.
tr. toH44:Now Yor 1c t "entral lsts.r..K., to 117:
Oregon Hallway and Navigation 4s. H. to K0),i
Oregon Short Line Os. t. r.. 1. tn 11L': Heading
genirat 4, M. to hOU. and 1st preference In.
comes, '6 V cent., to 41i,. The noteworthy de
clines wero III Atchlsnn adj. 4. '4 V cent . to
4Tj, Konras and 'leias -Ms, 4, to (10. and
btaudard Hope and Twine lis, 1 V cent., to 7.14.
In bank stocks 18 shares of Tradesmen's sold
Commercltl price of btr silver In New York,
(14 'to. BarslUerln London closed at ',' in Hid.
Mexican silver dollars were quotid at ftO'B
Bt4C. Exports to l.urope to-morrow IW.OOO
ounces. Imports from Mexico to-day 11)1, 0U0
ounces of silver and J1I.U0U gold.
Moniiy on call, ljfiaa V cent. Time money. .1
V cent, for four months, 1114 V cent, for six
months, and 4 V cent, for eight to twtlro
months, on good mixed htnek Exchange rollat
oral, The market for commercial pnper Is dull,
I'rliiioendortot bills rici liable arc quoted at 4
V ent., choice, single names nt -t'ii'iIJ V ctnt.,
and good nuines at IViHH V cint,
Merllng exchango was quiet with an easier
feeling. ( untllit titnl rxchancu was (lull and
weaker I'ostid asMnc rates for sterling. $1 M
for long bills and $4 07 for demand. Actual
rates are: Long bills, $4 M lh,l$4 H H,; sight
ilarfts. $4.Hillft tl.SDH. nnd cabin transfer",
S4 H0MtSI.N7. franc nre quoted at CSottf.
fi.'JO for lonr and ri.lnUft&.lNJa for short:
relchsmorks. 1)4 ll-UKUM 1.1-10 for long und
ir.),dtnM4 for ihort: guilders 40M0 no for
long and 40 JMlliHO'l fot short.
Domestic exchange on New ork: Bntnn,
( emits premium, t'linrleston -Buying, 'j. ills.
count ; felling, h piemlum. .Sawinnuh liny.
Ing, 1-10 oil: nrlllng. iir.Nnn Orleans Hank,
par cninmerclnl, Sl.VI cll-conm. Nm Kran
clco -bight. l"hi cents premium: toll graph. 1,1
cunts prtmlum. fct. Louis US cents premium.
Chlcaco Par. Cincinnati-Between bunks, JS
cents discount; over counter, par.
The nil mil east-bnnnd shipments of dead
freight from Chicago last week were (IS.dnn
tons, against 4 l.ll'i I tons tho previous wuuk nnd
lit, 4011 tons the corresponding weik ot tho pro.
vlous ) car,
Th" Central Itallrond Compviy of Now Jersey
has declarid a quarterly dividend of lj 11 cent.,
pi) able teb. 1.
Kallioud gross earnings for December com.
pare, with those of the same month ot last ear
nmoklyn Rsnld Trsnilt 43(I7I Ine S2 R40
lona Oenlrsl UUU7I line. 110,8x11
lake 1 rl and Vetern .... t'i7 ihvi lire 4 cull
Sllnilf spolli slid bt 1-ouls. . IIK.N47 ln, 13 IU7
Hoik lil.nd liitriu l.V I7.IJS Ii,u 4 l,iU7
Toledo and UhloCeniral ,,, lfll.lss Inc 1,'n
alilib UHMI7J l'o. I0I.7.-H
lit. Paul l.OC.J.nn Iieo 1U4 73
Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee and Kt. Paul Hull
way f'ciiiiimny reports gross tartilnes for tno
last week In December of SHIS, 143, an Increnso
of $'.'l,UUut(ommrcd with the same month nf
last j car,
1 lie Denver and llln (Irand Hallroad reports
gross earnliius for November of $H0U,7.'i0, ado-rrra-nof
SDU,U04hs compared with the saino
mnntli nf the pr Ions J ear, and net $'..'40,401,
a decrease of $7fi,47d, tor the live months end
ing Nov, ,'10 tho grots earnings were $ J,'J01,KU 4,
u ilccrenHe of $i57.l)7ii as compared with ttie
corresponding period ot the previous year, and
not $1.!J-'U,B01, a decrrose of $S.)5,0H0. Hxed
nhnrges wero $1)81.818. leaving a surplus of
$.1 18,77.1, a decrenso nf $:.' I'-'.llDU.
Tho Southern Paclllo Hallroad reports gross
earnings for Nm ember nf Jl.BOn.B.V, n do.
crtnsoof f .'o'.'.'IN asrompared with the samo
inonth nf tin' previous jour, and net $1, 70S. ISO,
u,deireneiif $l'.'K,linil, 1 or theeloen inniitlis
ending No. !10 tho gross earnings wero Si I,.
.I4t!.4.l7. a decroass of $1,747,710 as cninparid
with the corresponding period of tho previous
year, and net $12,1 10,b80, a decrease of $ 108,.
The Ulo Drandn Ycstern Hallroad reports
groia earnings for November of $..' 1 (!,:.'() 1, n. de
crease of S10.HM as roiiiparid with the same
monlli of the previous sear, um net $7 I.1H7, n
decrcabonf 1 17,7"0 forth" Ho inoiiths end.
Inc Nov, !I0 tho gross parnlngs wrn $1,01)1,107,
11 iletri. ise of $(1.',()78 ns compared with the tor
rcpndlng period of the prut Ions jciir, and net
'I ho Kansas f Ity, Mi'inphli, nnd Birmingham
Hallroad reports gross earnings fo- Nnvumhur
of Sl'.'O ll'J, t ilccrejdi of tlS.h.'H astompured
with the same mouth of tlm previous year, and
liet341,'.'U0, aileureasoof $4,NHI, Tor the tin
months ending Nor, ,'H), the gross earnings
wuro $511,8118, an Incrnnsonf Si 1 405 as com
pared with the corresponding period nf tho pre
vious sear, and net $UI'.',808, nu liicraii of
SOI.ino. Hxed clinrges were Sb'J.SM'i, leaving
a surplus of $80.S!7U, uu Incrcasoof $111,1:18
'I lie Kansas City, 1 nrt Kott nnd Mninphls
Hallroad n ports gross earnings lor Nmimher
of $ 1S.I.H71, adecienteof Si 1. HUH us compared
Willi tlm suino month of the iiruvlous jear and
net H-.I.OIU, an Increase ot 3341). Kor thu lle
months ending Nov, 110 th. gross earnings were
$1,1157,71)11. a decreaso of $111,810 as compared
with the corresponding period of tho previous
year, and utt $010,41", ou incrcaae of $7,103,
w r " ' V '' ' ' ' " ' e11 mvie9iiLiHjjiwcitMim
Fixed charges were $384,058. leaving a surplus
of $04,068, a decrease of $448.
Brooklyn Ilolghts Hallroad Company reports
for the year ending Dec 31 :
mm, lift. Chance.
(Iron esrnlngi..l,'iis,7i)l 1 Oi-.'-'M Ine !Ull,n
Oper. expenses.. Z.CJtt.lSJ V.SJl.SOl Deo 131347
netesrnlnc4.)l,Oli2.iOH tTTlVTUS Ino 9740.HI3
Other lucoms ... 18l,l!il 1M4.H1J Ino DJH
Orosslnooms .$Tb7.0Iu tjiTllsu.gst Ine;47 01u
Flxedchrgs.ux ,007,WI K.030.7I0 Dec. 4.H;i
Euiplus SO,005dcf.70U,7S3 Ilic.79,303
Th Brooklyn, Queens County and Suburban
Hallroad Company reports for the ear ending,
nu. ttn rKnnatu
Ornsi earnlnts $720 300 SUIT, '.T.l lno-inuJ
Oper. exirtuiei. ... u,7ai) 4J.IS7J lue. 18. ft id
Net earn!n(S..t JOII 60 ) ilsilll Inc- 18.V09
Other income, 4,ouo 8X407 Deo. 1S.S07
arofslneotns . .1374 WO V04 8M Inc- SJOU B43
Fixed ilisrtes, tax. 1154,714 Dili, OKI luc. 13,'ui)
Dcncit :u.ii4 8134 lfta i)fc.t;.uii
Hoturns to tho Comptroller of Currency show
that at the close of business on Deo. 17 the con
dition of tbe fort-nlno tiitlonal banks In ibis
city was as follows: Heiourresi Loans nnd
discounts, $T!U.t3U.000: United 8tatea bunds to
secure circulation. $J 1,047,000: United States
bonds on hand, 51.147.0U0j stocks, securities,
Ac, $16.1111.70 1; duo from natlonnl hanks not
rcsorvo agents, $.I0,'1DS,1 14: exchange for Clear
ing House. SllV-W.UIl; gold coin, $14.08V,4yi;
gold Treasury cortltlcttp. $i.D7i.UM): cold
Clearing House certltlrstn, S 18,80 1,000; total
specie with silver, SH7.U UI.MH.I: lnral tender
notis, SK'.17.:i0t; United btates certificates of
deposit for legal tender noler, S'JS.ilUS.OOO ; total
lawful money reserve, $i:in,4 tl.ilul. Liabilities:
Capital stock pild In, $U,U00,O00; surplus
fund, $K',4SO,00O: undivided protlls, less taxes
and expenses not paid, $18,080.8 II: national
brink notes outstanding. $'.'0,170,1)1)0: duo tu
other national banks. $14&,U74,;J8U: Individual
The receipts of tho Government to-day were:
Customs. $ i:U',fiH4: Internal revenue, $1711,4 15,
nnd uil'Cellnneous, $785,lUr, a total or $1)87.
U'iU. Tho disbursements. Including $8DU,0l)O
for petitions, tvure 31, '111. 000. an excess of
expenditures over receipts of $.155,0 in. The
recnlpta for tbe fiscal yesr to dato have been
$150,781,405, and expenditures $l'J8,80U.OOO,
nil excess of expenditures over recolpts of $JU,-01M.SU5.
Tho net assets of th Treasury at the close of
business to-day, as oftlrially computed, comparo
with those of Saturday as follows:
nnld coin snd bullion . ...137,Sl'e 841 fl37.tinx37
Filter dollars and bullion.. lHtia7,7tM 1H.V0MI3
United klttei nutei ... ., S4.S8J.58 SO.bU.UJl
Other amis In exoeis of
domand liabilities 87 001.840 88 021.783
ft vsllshle eah bstsnee, ln-
clutllng gold balslico. . 2S" 330,379 t323.803 8.'.9
Monuv In London. 'iik'M V cent. Hate of ills.
count In open market.lfor both short and threo
months' bills, 3?4tH V cent. Amount of bullion
8 one Into the Hank ot England on balance to
ny 11,000. Paris advices iinoto .1 V centa at
llli! francs 00 centimes. Kxchingo on London,
L'5 francs "'M centimes. 1 be statement of tbe
Imporlal Bank of Germany shows a decrease In
specie of 50.534.000 marks.
Itonersi- Gould, 7 Wall street, published to.
day their usnul valuable compilation. "Dally
Hales for Money," showing the rate for call
loans at the New York Stock Kxchanre on each
day during the year, also the movement of gold
each week and tho ohangos In the surplns rc
sorvo of tho Associated Banks.
Tho sales of mining stocks at tho New York
Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange
to-day wore as follows:
Ojxn. 77oV ow- Clof
Bal$. bam. ing ejf. ear. Ing.
00 Beit ft nsloatr. .00 .00 .CO .00
lOODrunswIok. ... 13 .18 .18 .18
tCOCun. Cl ftVa.. 1,20 1,20 1.20 120
BOOMt Ilosa.. . ., 12 .12 .12 .12
4008arat 30 30 .30 .30
Tola! sale. 1,400 shares.
Kteetrl Mtoek Quotation.
tlorroo, Jsa, 4 The closing quotations ef electric,
stocks to-day werei
General Fleotrlcpf. 76 77
Lamion Consolidated Store Service . 204
Westlnxhouie Eleotrla pf- 604
Fori Wayne Electria M 1 J, if
Thomson UouitoD iierlas C) 3
Thomson Uoustoa UerlcsD) 34 44
COMMERCIAL COM 1' ESI).
Movdat, Jan. 4. O1tA.1t tVntr-Bpot was
quiet and eatlor. Sales 8.000 bush. No, s Mil
waukee at 01.4c free on board afloat for ex
port. Free on board afloat: No. a red, OUjfc;
No. 1 hurd spring, D7ic: No. 1 Northern
spring. Now York, OUc ; No. 1 Northern
spring, Duluth, 04-lic Duluth received to-day
44.14U bush, against 61,605 last year: Minne
apolis, 160,800. against 401,080; Chicago, 28,
000, against 38,100 last year; Toledo, 11,'J7.1,
against 10,100; Detroit, 2,870, against 818; Mil
Vtattket', UO.lfiO. against 18,300; Chicago. 05
cars, against 88 last , car. Futures were 1-S,c to
UHc higher at oue time, but lost this, and closed
!4c. higher for January and March and Uc.
Inner for May and July. Future sales 1,755,000
bush , as follows:
Ormlng. IHahft. Jxiieif. CToilnj. .Mn).'f.
Jsnusry. . U24 v.'Tt iiltt vi ui
ilanh .. . I'l'j U4N IM4 V14 1114
lr ... . Ul'l Vlii bl'4 ( vhi
July . K'ifl b4 bi) 89 brt4
parley - ss falrtr active and firm. Hales 30 000
tmiii lllallluatu54,, frs.ion bnrd forextKirt Nnw
feeding, .Ue . con and f relxht to Duffslo. lire Was
dull Mate. 4lcs4V. Coru oiuit wni firm aud Id fair
ili insnd Sslrs 81,000 bush , Including hOuou No u
titlxed on private, ternu, trr on bojnl anoat for ex
tort No i ml led In elevator quoted at 8 i)tct No. 3
dm, I OHO at WHc. Id elevator, lulurrs advaniett )ui,
but loit the Impruterue&u Future tales lus.uou tiusn.,
Optntng UtghKU Lnwt. Cktlng, .MjSf.
January . Vii. ii
.Mny . 311, IIH, 3ll hl'l 3I)J
l).n-Sp)t n steady and tn fair demand. Sales
lul noo luih, Inclining W'lOuu No 4mU.il rllpnrd,
ou urlvuietrrmi. free on board allost for export No.
J white, 24iyc , No 8 do, vi , No s while clipped,
Jie , No. . I no 10.. No i inlxi'd. if."ic.t o ,idn,
I liilllal 'C . releiled lille.l. 1 DUO ill IP,, rejnteii
white .iitc. No v nilxrd.deilvt rd, Vi'ic.. track
lulled 4 UO I at VA.t.'Ic.i Ira k while, ill ouu at -M
.'too, HitiirisadiatKKit i-, lut lot Una on 1 deilluid
4c future tal-i lISUDu buih ,as fullowsi
Optntng. Highest. XxwMf, doling. f,,uht
Jsauary ., . , . , , . sjw tju
tebruary , , s.'t. v 1
Mur .'4 31 2J4 ijtj wjj
Ihli Is tho visible supply:
Jan. I, 'l'. ItVci'j ChiMOH. .),in.i,te.
Whrst, buth, , Al iiM.iloo Inc SMi 000 on hj.l onj
( orn, bum in 814 ouu luc umi.ouii 6 mo ouu
Kill, bllsll , 14II1UUU0 tn UISIHIO 1. ;, I7.UWI
llji.liu.li , !tui7uoi Ino. mum l.'iMuwi
llarlr), butll 44UIU0O Die 472,1100 ,;&u,UC0
The NtW ot. sloL 4ui follows
Jun ?, )J. MeeK'K t Ann wi. J.m 4. w
Vvhest. blllll. 8 0011,147 1m nv741 uhiukiu
Corn, bum ... 0.'u0u.'.1 Dec, I1M1 14 1 su ,n.t
111I4, bum , .. , J, lf.1 4118 Un', lliuimi t,un,"7v
lljn buil 4011 1115 lire 7614 .11. mil
barley, bum ... 1.7HVU31 Dec. .1lO ;,J1 CJI,f:i
Wt-esl ailrance I snarjilyfora time 10 dny under the
Influincii of hlslur I.lverpool cahles, unfavorable
suriiilnaaililic aiiespeiieii btav) dccres.sln Hi
iiusnillr on lakHsrs uud liidlcnlluni iioluilng to
mill wort I a si liumnis Inn neik Hut ut tlm ad
viiutemriy luijirill jind forcl.n hoii'ri hadsrll
Inuorler- mid 111 the abieittoof lokal support prlco
rem ted and ilrcllned, ilomug low, r nu ihu Uiitiut
months una Mtiihilyhlitliir on Hie nrnr inoiiilis. riio
tin r mo 111 tue vuiblti supply linliiied soino sfllliur,
mid llin world's iiilnininu i re loiuidsribly IsrKir
man In the prmedlng neek Mrerioul iidvaniKi
lii tu3d lurls wnsilrin Hnrlliideilinrd 1), rhn
1 iull.li vlHlbleiupply liureaind I l) ) mil) liiik'i , ami
Hi Milbli siippl) In IbU country 4011)01) Im.li riio
wurld 1 hhlpmeuls lait weok who 6 301,7111 IiiikIi ,
nil iluitSI 7i 11ODI11 tliopreiidlngweek.uml a OJl.(liH)
but 3 car, 1 lie quMtiilty m itorn an I ail, ml iirr.
Inireai-d l.,i. ,00 I1111I1. ltt wiek, tontrai t slocks
Incresied 8,41)0 biuii Corn nuctualed wlih wheal.
advaiKliik' rnrlr, but n acted befnrs tbe ihue. Urn
vlalh e supply lucrcaird llji 000 bush l.lvnrpnul ad
Tsncd 4d to 411 Ouls cloned lower Ihuvlilble
mi plv Imrcais 1 01 J 1,01 lnu.li. ciili axo, Jun 4
" fiuirn hns wn nollilng In the way of ua really
eniouriiirliiKlolioldirs of wheat tivday, esript ihs
adtamelii Uvrpoolor I'd ami u Om reatr of .' nnu
1 uu Hi ilienninuut or whi'nton pa.siEi. Three n ore
bauU fallurKa In sc 1'aul, a report from the signal
serlia department that the winter wheat Is pro
tinted ii mmclsnt snow, and a small increasu of
SOU 000 blllb. In th visible llipply took the wire
Fdxo on the biilllih fielintj that provalled Bitnr
dny in I i rested goo I aolllng, A large line
of long wheat auppoied to bo for n local
pro'fMlonal trader was sold, and In lieu of suniclent
siipiorl prices dacllneii easlir over a cent per hiuVl
from Simrilay a eloiinx Upon ohm eailmmes thu de
Iirlem y In the usiralian wheat crop 7.IIU8 uud bum.
I learsiurs wirn lulu Mi lion buih run men re
imrielnfilr lii'iuli v but nt a com ml,, n in rTLl.
Now thnt tin (ears 1 Kar ling uny I1111111 dime ilauikco
to the full -imn pi nit hale 4) .en sllmlulnl and the
iii'hs renrdliu' ihe oor ouilnok 111 Arm ntlna Imi
oninv, li l cjii 111 (one In lli'silons for iinj further
a 1 1 111 tu or nm UiiiebehiKdonot Neiiiilittrrlnv and
pro,t 1 els rattier point tnnninodei line, toariekraim
weru Inner, in. 1, II) In )lnpalliy Willi whuul, Thero
was noip. clal featurii 1 1 toe innrkei '
hi.uuii Uojilruin. nwlni-tothe Mr inicu of wheal.
Tiadeiiulot. Sales 7.10U tibia ''
Receipts . :1111m SI H7
Ixports , I oil 14 ill
Winter In this superfine, 14 70iSJ is No. Sexln
RUSa!. No 1 1 lira s iiunSJ.7a clinrs t7i.
t 40 mrahrliln S4 4Mt4xi) !mtnt JIIViJI 11
illy inula lor Vit lmlli. 1js III still T i.l Win
il ill lic.t llrir. Iran i4U r 1 1 00 in jju 17 .e.
liort (UO Te i "il .t 10. ml 1 1 liiui mil 10 luo isb 1
.7'iis7(li ahnrps i'iii.i 7 '1751,
1 mi. Kii c Hi hi ,irn i Inn, I I 11 111 ',110
buliiwere leliirnloii lumriil "lddllii.r 111 lin 1,
W iiifJilinii 8 viiio hut jinr Ni w tirl uui. and
Hull v.. af lust is li li' l.ni upr lloliili- 'innn
nali au.ltli I ouu n I an nil lit New nrli 1111 o d
4 mo M 1 iuls I.Asu 8alill.all 1 J.'. Ilollllu 401,
NoifolV I'.'. and A iKUita HU4 bile iuirpiolal
aucrill .d til II' 1 on (tut mot, Willi sulri of 14.
miuhile., iiilurisiliereanamed Hvlo.'4 points but
hut part or tno rl-e, rlo-in iincuauie r to point
Wilier In Minfli,nr ynrm and otbs wrreiiil"t
undllrm. 'lemp'lls shipped lo dn) 0 '.'III ht I111N 2
71 unl llomtiiii 1I8 i.iliilr. Mi niphis received 1 417
I alii uimIii.i 4 1114 ul eik and 1 III bin mr ft
I ouu 1114. iiKalml 1,677 Hi two dn j s lu.t weik.
nnd IO11 liiai )iar lliiuiioii 6,7111, iimiliHi
nihil un Heeli, und .J 11 ill ut itur AuttivU
4U4 lu two nali, ajalnit .' 113 Isti w,,k.
tAoilays ail I 3711 Is.t )eur onedl Ihe receliillat
New Drleaui tonorrow are eillinatrd at ti.&lia 10
in 600,ugalnt I4,l'64llt wiok nnd K.6H4 lut year
Ilounon oxpioti HOOu lo 71100, aaaliut 10.570 lait
week and 8 huh lait jear. The port receipts were
04.7(1.1. asalnst 60 6UU lait week and KJ.U47 Un yean
thus far tub) wec4: Vifiil, tcsluit 0,7M thui far lait
week. The txportt from the perls tpproxlmated
40 OOU bales. In New urleans March advanced 3
points, but loit this and decline! II nolnli. tlituret
tere advano-d to ft points, but lost thli and de
elloed, closing barely steady ntn net decllneor 14 to
13 points, with vsles ot 11 0,1100 bales. 'Ihe future
tradlDg was as follows)
C'oifna. lHghett. Ijnvrtt. fiat'
January fl8(icSsl 11 P UBI 1.22 !
lebruary OaVtitas 701 0 87 '.'ou,
March ' ....11 112,111 ill 71111 n ?'"'"
Alirll 7 0O.47O1 7.IU 7 01 ,.222
May 7.o;(7.l)1 7.J4 7.07 ".Z
June 7.11447.14 7A8 7.IS 1! 1 00
Julr 7.17147 18 7 81 7.18 .0U0
August 7IW7.II 714 7.81 1,000
Neptenilyr .. nuMann 7.11) 7.10 100
NovniUr ... 0o.ii.'JS 7.10 7 00 700
Dulnesswns the principal feature of thu cotton mar
ket tndi. Tie trading was estremely cpilit and
1111I11I1 of a tin al character. At nritpr csiadvanceit
ligtitly In reipouio tu bUher I Iverpoul cabloi but In
thusbti Lroot loeal support the aiiithi improvement
us In.t.snl prices slowly teceilr 1, ilrmlut at the
loiveit Hcur'i of the dar. I lvrpoul rem ltd after Ihe
opening, the rcsolluii there bumg duo to the fnllnre
of thl unrket tonnk? an ailinii'l" r.-ipomn lo the
Improvement In l.herpoot. Nevi urleuns sold rsthir
freely here to-do) , ami the re, olpts at the ports, while
mo Wale, wero lariter than hal I ee n exiected, and
tired lend liquidated. Ihs Southern spot markeu
wera Itrmer In 1.01114 Instances but inn unfavorslile
advices from loll J.lvrrnud tl elliiinclalUliturbiiices
at tbn test Lhetk ipiiulatlon. It U reported that
Ksitern spinners are seeking an outlet on thnotlier
Idn for Ihrir inrpMs stooka but, ai yet, nothing
reliable li known as to the truth tit this report.
Cokfkii IUoou the spot was U111I. but llrmi Na 7.
l(iii,'I0'(e. Kalea 1,6.111 bags 8aulos No. & to V, at
1011. 1 ne future trading as as follows!
Ws. JlpVt). Ijweet. Clnllna.
Jinuary ... 4 uon v n v 0.1 0 nvs "0
l-ehritsry .. .. 70 11 91 um I'lKk) n
Jlsnti. .. . 7,(uu U'll P s"i uv'.4lu,ud
April..... ... M)3 Kiel mo viiMiaoo
4,5") inii" win 1MO10llO
June 60S 1010 luiii liiiinttino
Jul) 1.7..U 111 III 10 Hi II'OVHOIO
Anuuit... .. I.'.'J lu in into lii.o.tHii 10
Heptemurr llyMI 10 li loin 1U1040I6
-'iiiur,IBUr.l,(j(iU lo oO lotj (
Ititurci hire advanced 20 to no fiolnts doling firm
arttr ulesof V4. uao baai. tluirs adtnaoitd ltito 11
Irani 1. Hamburg ndtanasd y;tn I '4 lifts Amerlesn
ivarehouiu deliver es Kjturday wire 7,46 1 bacs. Illn
wniriulel tt 100 rels decline, mcclpti 70UJI "lock,
8JI.0i)i, eii-hsnee, 8 11-IOd Haritui was quiet at
k 00 relidecllnei receipts 8,0011 sto k AVlluOn. Prices
hero ad valued In ivmpstli) wltt hlsher rabies Ironi
1 urone 1 he rleturiiropesn markets was attributed
tu llr irlllin advices riiKilli. damux 1 by druunlit
Nvi. nriiRKK Nplrlis turpentine steadv at l!7ia
S7S(c,; roslu qulsi at 1 "-li for common to goo J
Istrilned. , .
I'FTiioixw No quotations were tnrde here or In
Oil City 10-day for (rude cerllUcatss. Itenued un
ci anted. .... ...
I'l nvi-ioss Larn aoil ana sreaur. rnmn wesiern.
lD't4 07i4 l'nrk II rm but qulst lleii, tsnnia
S76 Tallon. 3'c fllilcsgj, Jan 4 "Provisions
niioDsd higher on the licit rrcelpts of hogs at
thi lardi. but trsdrri atlrltint'd InM tall
Ing oil to to J Weilern hllizard l'rovliioa
stocks proved lsrer than expr-'trd' Imtiir
Creimerr. Weitcrn, thirds tu I'XIrn lUut4oc
Rial aim Pennsylvania do, 14 j I lie 1 stain, dairy.
Pair firkins, tubs seconds toeitraa. 14410c. t heese
stale, lull cream lsrr", eotored. fanov. lOHc. do,
white, roinmon to fancy 7V4!u'io : small, colored,
faiic)li)ti'.. iln.wtiltu, Lommuii to fsney, 7Wali)c.
)-.! luionnd reiinsylvanla, fresh gstherud, fair lo
fsnoy. lv04lo 1 Weilern do, Ihiu...
HiiiAii-lla, flrnier, 81) test, il I t-Irlc: 0(1 test,
rtlilOc Kales. 8.&1K1 bam I'crnumbuio HNteit,al
1) II 10c, ex ihlp. lteflneil more active and llrui,
C111UAGO, Jan. 4. Ihes wero to-da)'a prKcst
Opening. lUghut. itref. Vlontng. MoAf.
t'r 8K '-,'4 KT( -Vi 8I
July BIJi 8I'J 74LJ 7u4 b0
lsy ....... .SS SS 2J4 U'54 I1U
July 7 g7 .4ttti! xo'J mil
Msy'.!: IWi lWi lls Wi V)(
.Isnuary..-. nfi 3 81 tl 77 HM 3.8J
May 4 01 4 U6 S U6 8 07 4.V0
January.. .. 8 S? 3 hi n.81 n o M.RX
Hit 4.00 4 04 3 PI H.W7 4 OU
January .. J7.5S Ttl 7 V) S7&0 7 0
llay 7.U3 71)3 7 77 7.90 7.U4
I.lvo Htock. Market.
Ntw YonK. Honilay, Jan 4 Iteeelnts of beeves
yesterday and today wero 2.U21 head, 144 cars to ha
exported, 6J car dlrrct to local slaughterers and 16
ears to 1 e sold Tt e market oik ne I steady for itrrn.
cIoiilc hlcbcron fnorsblii Weiliim advices, llougti
butcher strKk ruled active at firmer 1 rices all around.
Itievurdi were fully clvare I Id good sea id I'noreit
to btit native stern sold at H 40 4J.I.H1 P 10 1 Hi ,
slsifiandoienat tt 764 iS. bulls at $4 lOaW 43,
iln rowsatSI.SCfttui) Drilled beef ilead at K
uetst. t n for p or to pr mo native tides, cables
from ltrltlihniarketi quote Ainerh an neersat lll'v
JDiO V Ti. itrisiel weUbt, American rnfrleratcd
net at 7.J3c. y b . merlcan sheep at nttavta. V B ,
drened weight. No iblpments to-day t export! to
morrow, 460 beeves, l.ulo bheep, and i.aao quarters
Ilecelptior calves yeitcrdsy snd to-day. all for the
market, were 1,034 bead. Trading slow throughout,
at steady prices for veals and barnyard calves. W.
eras were tower, quu'liy considered Aboul 60 calves
were carrt-d over. Poor 10 prime veall sold at SI 4
S7 30 V 100 ris.1 liarnjardi ilvesalj: 7&fJ.s;i4:a
car of ordinary Westerns at $ I.
lie, eipts ot sheep and lambs yesterday and to-day.
Inclu lin 3 cars tobeeipirted and '4 tars dlreet to
blllrliers were 7.047 head, a cars on sale nil told.
Market active, tinner fur shctp, Hi'.Hc. higher for
Iambi. The peus were praelUally cleared in koo.
sssion. I oor to prime sheep (old at -t4 41 100
es a deck of eholta at S4 23, common to choke
lambs al 4 73JI1 SOi dressed mutton, &047HC ?(i a.,
Iteeelnts of bogs inaierday and to-dav were 12.674
head 816 head oil sale, steady at S3 6044)4 t 100
Da. for btate hogs.
('oort ('aleadara Tbla llay.
Appellate Dlvliton-Supreme Cjurt Sot. 8, 9, 10,
11, 12, 13. 14, in, in. 1 ;. id. 20, ki, i, 43.
Supreme Court special Term Part I Mellon
calendar called at lOidO A. 31. Part II. Xx parte
matters. Part 111. Cam unfinished, Jlollom. Demurrer-No.
HUH. l'refirred cause No. tlwto. Dirt
IV. Caio unfinished. 1-iw and fact Noi. Jusj,
On-,1, 8SSK. 474I.J88, J741. 31)43. 1W40, 3U46,
U7 4J, 30b0, 87HI, 3300, 11017, J4U1, IBBU, St 17,
3764, 3Sb7, SU30, 3140, 'Ji3l, 11130. 8640, 2b3V.
11184, J407, UJU1, UliOW, 341U,,2U10, baOV, 3B7s,
Ubil, 8888, 3170. Part Case unnnbhed. Caie4
froni Part IV, Part M. Cue unrjatihed. Cases
from l'art IV. art VII. Cat' unriniinrd, Elevat
cd railroad caici. Part VIII. Adjourned for the
term. Trial Term Pat II. t'aie unnuiiliel. Pre
rerrod cauies Nm. U007, UIV3, V334, 8&2J, UsOJ.
V608, 8(100, 8 146, 74o4, 10060. 0037, 0100. 1010(1.
83 18, pn3. VIID4, tUl'UO, 8-US, 7874. U&ea l'art
III Cats llliniilhed. .Noi. 135J, 4407, JB40, 3847,
4J.iT, 4414, J13I, 4641, 3130, .1.13, 4.-03, 3071,
21117, 3JI1, 4. 14, 83U4, 4M10, 4881, 4647, 8bB7,
433P, 484H, 1680, 337, 3.176. Purl IV -Caie un
flnlthid. I'si-s fron Part lit. Part .Clear,
Cans from l'att III, Part M Clear, Cases from
Tart III. Tart VII. Cue unflnlihel. Nui. 88'4I,
1C.JI, 8012, 805(1. 8484, DU'43, 4804, 443tl. 4472,
40J7. 4II4J, 4044, 4631, J.'38, HUH, JW14, 4803,
8bH, 4170. 4313, 4 .'.. J, 47U1, 4(1116, 7IIUI, 4630,
I1U03, 4H81I, 4II3I, 470.3, Jb88. Inqurit No. J01S.
Part III -Cnio iintlnlslied, Cates from Pan II,
Part IX Cleir Cans from Part Ml. Part X.
f'lesr. Pases from l'art MI. Part M. Caie unnn
ihel Caies from 1 art II. Part MI Case unnn.
Iiheil, Caaes from l'art II.
Surrogate's Court Trill Term Vo day calendar.
Cluiiioers MoUou calendar called at I0i30 A. 31.
M 111 of Cunlguuda lialLcr at 2 P. 31. 1 or probate
llli nf Uaie llunuan. Jlarla C Ileum u, 1 nima
lloritlih, JUt) UuiUr, xlarj D, buiilli, Paulines.
I'.nrhaU at lu JO A. SI.
Cl'y Court-SecliI Term Mntloni. Trial Term
Part I -Clear. Nos. JIOOl, 1IIII4. 1404,404,4(13,
4IIC, 1414, 1118, 1414, 14110, 2444, 454 ,262J. 1J3,
llll, 2 107. IN.', :i13. 1418. 1444. 1114. 137. 1128.
1451, 4UIW, 2(181. 4837. 2778. 11138, 32(31. Psrt II
Clear. Noi. 1343. 1J47. 1137. II 1, 1144. 1 14").
1243. IS'17. r477. 003. 1140. f.71. I087.'t32l). 2 13
8 34. Dill. 1118. 1 121, 114 1. 11811, 1217, 1241, ISSi
121.-. 1254, r-'.-ii, 1211N. r.';. 12JP, i4ti:, r.Hii,
383,1471. U.'O. IU84. 2P7. lOllt. e-SU, UJH "211 J,
670. llll) I, 1414, ,".('1, 278, 12UH, 1141, '453, Ulll,
J'JIU, I3(U, 12UU, ,IIJ, V.'7 23. 615 V37, 271, 201,
J44. 1127. 1V114, ini.', iini.:ni i'imi. 70s, i:in,
lPtni, .J3. l'40n, 611, in;-. 1 iu, tuuo, 144, r.'j.
34J, 8U4, 1203. .1.11, II7U, loll, 2111. )'jjs 360,
854, 601. B7S, 1318. 21(1, 2H3, .11, 83. 3d. 12SI,
UJ4, Jlisa, 134. Pari 111 -Cli ir. Nos noil. .I84UI,,
J3WI. 7IU. 841. 4SS 7U7, 4 Jl). 602, 308, H78, 784,
lO'm, IH8. 8117. llfini,. U70, 1214, 211114. 1174,
1177, 140U, 1404, 77.'. 1017, 1U1II, 5U3, 116, 70,
873. Part IV. Cleir Short ciunei Vol. .'1110 1,,
41113, 4U.M, JIK7, .11183, :iU43. 4UMI, .1031, LX I lU,
11071, .'14011, 117114, .I'M It. 40J4, tqulty caies Noi.
18 1, 2.10, 4I.'I, 2 III, 113411s.
ST. JOSKril AAD GR.1.D ISLl.D R.IL-
'i ii tiii: iioi.iii:kh op
f IrMt lfrtk.Mlce Itouilp,
Mi eond Slortcuge laiiiroe llaadw.
I nidlsl Mlotk.
Tho undtrilHUvd lommtltce, having purchased the
properl) ut thoht Jo-i ph an lilruud Island llallront
Company under furc loiure subjut t ronnrmstlon
b) ihe Court give noil n that tin. abme s eurltles
will bit reievel by the I'lJNTItA I. TKUlT
t'OIIIMWot New vurk. 64 Wall hlreit. under
lli,. ngroLinent and pi in, up to und Including 4suuary
6, I8W7, onlv on piymuit of tho following penalties:
ft pericnt pi natty on Hrit llnrigae bonds
1 i ( r ci nt. on Hrcuiut MorUau Income Ilonds,
&li i nti ou i no'i shale of itucK
lu al liilon to t'lonbiiit' p iinlttei bolderi of stock
and Ntionil ,Morigio liicomo I'onds who wish to do.
poilt their iei urltliK m 1 bo ri quired to pay their as.
seiiiurnt , a ,rui loed In II e i lull, In lull at the lime
or iUt o-ii
No lork Diirnilwr'JI, 18110.
1'. 1. ill t (I'lT chslimsn, 1
lli SKY Itl'lir.ll. I,, .
IIII.I.MII I, It If 1. 1.. jCnnimlttta.
I.OKDD.N l!llll 1',
J.N WAll.ACl 8err Ury, II Wall Street.
New York City"
3s c!2. Gold Bonds
nu. mi i riY
Rudolph Kleyboltk & Co.
Dealers in Hlrjh Grade Municipal Bonds,
lir.'c.Vi.'.al.'.0'' NEW YORK,
NFW Miiti: ANH I INl INSA1I
Our fro 1".iil' Pool, di lima i very in mtml term,
lllii-lrti s inurxin tindlug mil ult . moat valuable
slalllllii ou hlui Kn nu I lib N It ml our Market
1 Ti'."W iWWlA '.."m1 I.a'.' VrVi's."
J. K. WILLARE9 & CO.
SI4IN OlHOb ,. I .11 ALL, III 1. 1 1. 1
63 liroidway, ,n Vork. 17 Hour Inriraiie.
I 11V IIAI JllKUl I. llUre AIJ iiVkILM
b,,'.,,1.'Sn'.5J !!H'$'- '"" Hlcnlt inusre,
.oH,'-, OWCM WASHlNUTONOKelCU
1247 11 duray, cor, sviu it, in tu ,u, ttorthweih
TO TTIK nOT,DKIt8 OF TUB fgf
Union Pacific Railway Co. k
6 Per Cent.
Gold Oollatoral Trust Notes. ff
At the request of a large proportion of Hie holtert l
of the Notes above named, the nnderslgnml hsie or Is8'
cantsed as a Commttteo for the purpoies of a PiB f)ol
and Acreement of Heorganlsatlon, copies nf vitiic!, rtttSi
will be fornltbcil al the ofllce of TIIE JlEltt-AM il JTi
THUSTCO.No 1'40 llroadway. Now otlt and Us I5
AtlKHICAN IA7AN AND TltL'ST CO , Doston JJ
On snd after thll date.and until the eip rsllcnnf Pet1
inch time as shall be limited by the Committee ;, fraej
poilts of tho Notes mentioned, subject to the Irrmi of sat).
the Plan and Agreement, may be made at the ntve of pit1
the Truit Companies, which will lisue tempnrsrv re. f.TlI
celpts,eichangeahle as soon astnay bo torenrravrl g-j.
receipts lo bo luted ontheNew YorkBtock Lichsu.s. T
iitiiN , Mooiii:, i 8ro0v
ilAMI'.S XV. Al.r.XANnUIT. VCommltt.n, .r
MWIN I'. ATKI.1, 1 T.
AI.VIN W. Kill CM. Secretary. 120 Broalwsy. ?
NF.W OllK. December 14. 18PH. Ttl '
8IA1K (IKNCW YOHK. " W"
ruHPTitoi.i-t.it a oyriuR. I orani
Ilt'llKAll OK IMNAI. APyAlKS. y "
AI.IIANV. Ileeember Huh, IHHS. JMP"
1JUKM7ANT TO Tllh PIIOMSIONH of (.htuler 71 .(.
I of the I.sws of 1803. prnpoisli will bo received n ! 7,
this oflli'o until rueilay the 12th day of 4anujrv will '
lbU7. ut 12 o t lo"' noon of that day, for a loau of ,, f
1 OUlt MILLION noi Luis. B r
for wMch tramfersble eertlflcstes of stock, rsgt. ttr w
ti-red or coupon bonds at the option of the prorw.iijr. w-n.
I'lllNCII'AI. AM) INTI.IIEST I'AYAIIIJl IN IP II D""
will botisued III Ihe name of the penuleof the stale test1
of Now York, on Ihe rrullt of the sinking I und i stab. . m.
Itshe I by said set bearing Interest ut tin- rati of 4tt"
TIIP.l K l'KH CLNTUM Pl'.lt A.N.NUSI, t.avnblo semi. -.W
aliliuallyon the nrstilars of 4snusry un l.llllr ant .
the principal reimbursable on tho first day of 4an. floorr
1'ro'poislsraay be for the whole or any psrlnf Ihs airSl'
loan not lets than tl UOO and should Hate whethrr fctcat
registered orcouponboiidiaredoilred. . .,
Payments for the loan will In rcqulro t to he insds w
on the acceptance or the pmpoiel br dern lit In its vnan
Hank or the Usnhatlan Co In the oily of New York ti ,
theireillt of'Treamrerof tbn"taleof New lork on SOOn
aceouut of Canal Fund "of the amount of ttteawsri, rjesll
logethir with premium and accrue 1 tnleri.il from ,
Jsnusry 1.1807. to '
1 ho Comptroller reserves the right to rejeet a'l bids nrl
which aro not In hlsoplnlonadvantagcuui to the In "
teraits of Ihe State. tlon.
Intereit on Ihe loan will commence on the flrit dar i
of Jnnuarr neat and will l p.inlil atthollinkot '
theMsnhsttinCo.ln theclit r New York Tb
All prupossla must ht aa!od and mdori'i " tiiq . M
for Canal Improvements." and dire led ti the Comp- ot Pi
trollerof th8taleof New nrk Albsnv s with
Jamks a. liolit'ina. rroTi
( oiuptrolltr stseh
" lu IllCAN Invention's and manufactures exploited eutnt
In Ureal llrltsln or Arrerlca Tariff or Indunrlit Tnen
aud ilnanctal matter written for the press. Tariff Pnllc
work undertaken for Manufacturing tnlercits at intrti
3Vaihti.gton. I am the only tarirr and Induitrlsl '""',
writer In America who Is practically familiar with ppn
the inanasemeut of largo enterprises and who I si A
Iravelledfor builnen lu evrrrpartof Amertcsnnl est 1
Kuropr. (I. MLritl.D Pr AllCR, box 17()8iinonie. ihsr
gUt'iiUml nml SCntcrrs:. Ua4
X. - " the i
COJIMONVrAI TH KIHI1 INT. CO.l Msyi
(IP snv YOHIC. tlcal
AH WILLIAM hT. Jan 6. 1BJ7. ) UT I
rpilE nmrCTOlfi have declire I the following PIT. S,nfl
1 HICNDS' SIXI'bltCUNI upon the lapltal 8lock. rv,Jn
psvshUondemsn I ZtLiL
t'lM: I'LIt CENT. Interest upon the nutiundlng sole
scrip, pavabto on domand on ur after Peb lAnest, eppo
TIIIIITY Prn CIINT. In icrlp upon the rartlclpitlng (oar
Policies expired In 1896 certifliatei for which will bi mflD
li.ued ou demand on or after May 18 next :r" ,
The Transfer llcuil will raiualn ilosct until the '!"
T. PEItniN. lecretary pro tern. In t!
IKNUKIMIIN IIKIIIOK tllMPA.N1," f..
The Hoard of Directors of the Itenurri m Hrides I "11
Comrsny this day declared a dividend of TU' AND wou
ONE-lial.P u'i) PI It LENT on Its csplisl iiock, 1 be c
psvable on and after the I st prox I at te
The stock tranirer books will close at l T M on the nr.
27d lost., and reopen at to A II. on the2dof)eD. t, '
riiary J II EU.IS. 8-cretsry J ;. '
LUllISTIM E. Ky . Jan. 4. 1807 Jj""
DRY DOCK SAVINGS 'INSTITUTION, J?
341 and 311 BOWEB.Y, N T. shot
The Trustees have declared a dividend for the lit J,
months ending December Slit, 188(1, on all depoilu i0n
entitled thereto under the bylaws, at the rate ot Tear Tooai
percent, per annum on sums of 1200 and unltr snl antl
on the exceis of 100, not exceeding 3,0oo In all si thai
the rate of Three per cent, per annum, payable on sal
after January 18, 18B7. , jncc
Depoilts made beforo January 10th will bseclltlil tjiQ
lolntereit from January 1st, 1807. sole
ANDIIEW UILIA Prestditt an
CUATtt.FS MIPni.INO. Secretary. I 8'
WILLIAM F. l'ATTEHSON. Ant. BeoreUry. joo
Union Dime Savings Institution,
UUOaDWAV. 32D ST. & SIXTH AVFVVC. '',
OUEEI.EY SQUARE. NEW Y011K feet
Interest credited Janunry 1st, psyabls Jlar
January Ulst, or any time later. Kate: TOl'll jj,
percent, from $5 to Jl. 000. TIIHEE per cent, dea
on tbe excess up to $3,000, cou
Money deposited before January 10th pat
draws Interest from tho fltst. woi
CHAIILES E. SI'UAOUE. PresIdeaU Ina
GF.onon N, lliiinsAt.T, Treasurer. 3
Francis M. I.kake. Secretary. 'P
NORTH RIVER SAVINGS BANK, g
10(1 Weil 3lth it., near fclhar
62d SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. I"
The Truitrrs direct that Internt be erdttl os. int
poiltors on Dec Jlit, 180 at the rat" nf l-XU Pi ..
CINT tier annum ni, sums or J lo saiiu KiidTllhUH .
AND ONI 1IAI.K l'FP. Ct.NT. pvr auuum n tie P"'
xensof S'.uo lo $a.uuo 50
litpoilis made on or before Jan. 10 will 1u fie
Intereit from Jan. I. Is
bAatUCI. D. STVITS. Presldoat W
AlFXANDr.lt C HII.NK. Treaiurer 6'
GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK"; ft
M. 1. for, Itth Ave. HBd ltllh ft ,u
INTEI1IST AT TIIK HtTF OP TI1HH AN! 0NB- fj,
IIAI t- rrltCINT. I'Ht ANtLM will bs ere llte.1 , th
noillors for the bl. MONnibillllTlllltt I NTIU
k.NPINO like Jl, IbVd.nii all lUtnl from I've In un J"
lo Ihrieiliousanil dollars, euiltltd thereto undir its ru
b) laws, lay , lil.. IAS H 1MI7 . 0
JOHN IU1IMN HlliiADrt I'reild.at. va,
JM1S ul I.NIAN.lrtaiurer. llr
FRANCIS II. 1 1 11111.I r, I s,....,.. th
li (Mllil N illlsul.M. ' MCt'iarles. j"
IHlKlliti linile before J VN II' lb If, will dr. ta !"
tereu from JN I.jnn7. JJ
METROPOLITAN'S WINGS BANK, g
I NI ITIIIUI) AN., lOop nniirlnmtu "
CIIAIllUlhl) IMi B7T4I III. IDEM!. et
NIW MU(K, H.i 1 l Jtl
INTl'IIIST 10K THU HAl t MAH I M IN ' bl
It, INUil ut III,, rite of Hit It 11 It I N r. (
rl'.K AN'MII, will I1.1 in-dllid ti le ! ' B,
1 nutted inereto 1111 lr the li law or Ihel Atikon un) -,
from ff.7 to a.looo. IMllU.Ml lAMd A
i) 11117 .
S1DNI DFI'osiri 1) on or liefornJin 0 wi i' H tl
luiereit from Jan. 1, I -.J,'. H
wm mi'.iuii r ' a
JONATIUN HOUlir.tN Recj p
THE HEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, I
Hill A . COIL I llll HT 1
The Iruilees hutn ordircd Hut tin tntir, i '.M Hi '
credited to depositors Jan. 1, 1807 shall beat 1 isriH H .
of IOUIl l'KH Ch NT. l'KIt A.NM M on all auras ire H ,
Mn $1,000. DeposllsmadeunorUfjreJ.n " ! 1
draw Interest from Jan. 1. H
H. Mil KICK Ht'lllP-iiN Prci ut M '
Kt, 1 1 S II WOOD rrralirer m
WILJJA1I HM.SINllHl, 8cu tnrj H
"" TIIF II INK Wilt 14 1 UN s LH
ViUtOl'ltlll Kr Mill 1
.lnnuar i 1 nVATfJ
tpllVIlOVltl) OKTIIPSTFIS llr It i 'J H 1
a iistinl Intiri'it under tho 1 rovisloux 1 1 iNI H
fortlieilx iiionthien lluirtlio Hit lii'i en li 1 1 " . tHI
Attho raieof iil'lli4) PKK I INI ir a " H
all rums or 86 and upward not eiieiiliiii: t P fH
able on and after the third .Mouda) hi I111. 1 H 1
dsy of ihu monlli. ... LfaV 1
The Intnriit H cirrlet nt on e to the en-1 " B ,
poillorsusprlialralou thu lit I11M, nher" ir ' , .
exnetii niadviHMlt M
llwlllijei'Dirridnnl'iepassliiiotsatnii) 1 " " H '
rooulrcd ou an I alter llio iHih int . , B 1
Ml I llll I 1 1. IM11I I I'r "iv H
Itlllll UT S liniT, 8 tre 011 H
11 iti.r.ii Kivniii itANU, H
s;w nn I .' S-l II n M.r lv I H
The Irillleei Iiumi it. i lare.l llii.iu 1 ' 1
din lent tiisllileiiiiiioiiuiiilot tlier '. 1
or 1-oiir Pi r l eut per aiiuuiii oil all kitn ,
SI mm uud Ihne I', r rnt on th il ' "
!,) mteo lorsfn-r lib 1" 1mi7 ..
tlouey dtpo.ited 011 orbiforoJan w
tvnit from Jun 1. sTtTl
I. HOMFIt IIAI'.r
8ct relary, &H
Piled I)i h, lMin, .. M
(DUrtton-J nml iUrrtniii
'ini: nin t:i.iMi ami 1 iki )i:i1 H
Kiil.ll.il unil'iM H
Ul 1 ' 1 '
The snniiul mcitliii. of in 1 sH
ill-1 1 imi am. j. ;i. ill: viiUAi H
will li" held at inn kin 'tl " I' "' ' " dM
tn iiiynf loiedo 1 linn. 1 mi) "i rH
riuidav. llio '.iliti iln of J in 1 r I' M
noon. Tor llieilei lion or 11 1 r. 1
nut for tin tr .1 in uon of 1 ni r , H
bo broJtUt liforn t 1 ul 11. 1' Bjffl
wiiitlo, January h ut ,1 mink 1 H
Jnuiisry.) JIIK11 n B
niii p isTTiTtTn ii s 1 si H
j Hit r inn sin, wli i li ri nf il B
IrlrrailnK M.u hiuo 1 ,, ml, ie I'M
aaid 4 omt uu foil of ' 111 1 H
dl) 011 lue.i-w liiiiuri I.' li H
lor the pui io 1 r el , t n. 11 H
for the tn ulim ear J11IIN It H
'i'lii: annu vi. Mil riNu 1 m i
1 OllAn I). HI Ilkl rtio fur ,, .. J M
will be held at Ul) south it, ou jtuusrr it " " H
o'clock noau. M