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0 CURRENCY RULES
jrhmu Explains Provisions of
Act in Circular.
j un 1- — Secretary Cort<»lyou to-day
•fSST* Treasury Department circular carry
-■' '■ , - -If new cuirrnoy act approved May
0 ( :, itT ouoitnK the act the Secretary calls
j$ !$-<*• * llje fact that there are two methods of
0^ m Z r additional national bank currency un
&&*!Z« iO n*. Banks occupying contiguous ter-
* rr * > n^canlse currency associations, providing
pn&f.^ lftst trn hanks in each association
0*? f^m wrgropat" capital and surplus of at.
'^^noOPO while the individual banks must
** \-fcmaired capital and surplus of not less
|JIB rt Any member of such an assocla
•^f^tandins circulating not« of not loss
*■ ? cwit of it* capital may obtain addi
0" ' r-ttittnjr notes under Section 1 of the act.
***' i sank* °* tno Fanlo Ftandlnß as to «»P ital
jatfsw- Mit rot numbers of an association.
d FF a a&\uona.l circulation under Section 3
jjy of.*—
t?* ** that all national banks entitled to take
>"X lm , a - circulation may join currency asso
<* "° tK , 's*v!>'firv of the Treasury res^r\-es th«
* SBA adS » and include in the territory of an
*»* a-y L ijiuHiiW territory containinsr na
•B^^^T^hicfj would otherwise be excluded
"** B re inconveniently located as to a
■-■"' °i csrrracy association. The names of the
**** -.« must he indicaUve of the locality, and
*"* ti may not style itself "First National
c * s*—5 *— A«wv:atioTi '
CCIt^ T «rory r>?artmer.t »' ll l furnish blanks to
V*'2bus* - r » which they may file application.
I***; an association and otherwise take the
9 jo—^ _t0 rnr .. r iy -with the law. and prompt
or disapproval is promised by the Trean
17 in the circular showing by
A &* _ M iiiint of capital and surplus of na-
P* , entitled to membership in the currency
'^.acn, arranged by rtates and sections. Sec
t<fsa^jteiyou says it will be seen from this
**^ t iha national banks within some of the
•* not ittta to form by themselves cur
|SrS«Sati«W PJT lack of aggregate capital
:pa '^ s S o th«";. must be affiliated with banks
JSraou«%iat<>s '" that purpose. The Secre
= \^no- at this time allot any territory for the
"Vjjpr nf associations other than as indicated
* Ii^ r . i . ;3 . ■• In thoucht that the banks may
S itto come IM>»JUI« of their own volition, and
* esaslfiered ?referab> that state linos be ob
"•* far ac practicable, and that banks should
Snaflrfac * djnl!:flt>n to associations not occu
i^StlrßOM territory. The Secretao" may as-
Jaa asFoc'.aticn any qualified national bank
a a not take part in its formation.
rirbttcwat circular win define th« method to
* «:UMri'd «- obtaining additional circulation
JUcb the satsonaJ bank currency associations,
Zea'f circular relating entirely to their organiza
!^Tbe 'ndivioual banks of the association, how
'" fierfrir.? to obtain additional circulation must
!*^t •* arpttfM— to the officers of the
'"l.^ar.-"-' to the Secretary of the TTeas-
Z v* those DO «■ will apply to the department.
AT^catiros f Or additional circulation under Sec
«lly itic:v 3 taJ banks, not members of aesocia
tm m*r b" addressed to the Controller of the
rj-arv, «bo ■»','• advise them as to the pro
rf^ CT "on, --»- cent per annum upon the average
E=ti!T MlWimi ■* public deposits MM will be
pity apposltir>- banks, to «be computed from
IMI& DOS, and to *• payable July 1 th« same
tbt tat thereafter on Januar>' 1 and July 1 an
v lir. Inter^«- will ■• paid on the entire amount
H* temporaiT or special depositaries, and on
jyisoust heli by regular depositaries in excess
Ili^n needed for the transaction of public
taUMS. Each bank will be- advised by letter of
crest of it« exemption. Finally, the Seere
37~serre£ th«» right, upon notice, to Increase the
» i? toteres* to be paid by depositaries.
TBC ON CURRENCY LEGISLATION.
fcilferits of Emergency Law Will Be
And as Its Operation Is Better Known.
Inr.rtr.r-k. GaT June" li^Charl«»s H. Treat.
tjiefl States Treasurer. addreF^d the Georgia
ioterp' Association to-day on recent financial
spslation. He spoke ••' '"* par.ic of last fall
cdjmlped the work don« by Secretary Corte'you
ttliay the currency stringency.
"Tiit outcome of the long and protracted efforts
k »core this leg-iFlation." he s:ild. referring to
■* «mer<r*r. y currency law, "was the passing
the Aldrich-Vreeland bd. which not only en
■ps the kinds of securities acceptable as the
aw lor note issues, such as state and municipal
tmlt. but also, in a conservative way. provides
in th» ttllization of commercial paper guaranteed
&■ tie fiational currency associations. Thle i^uar-
C«» should mak? the issue of currency on the
taS» of commercial paper more than equal to the
wt first niortgaße c- no, as tli» puaia.ntee behind
: r«pres«tts such great financial ability. This
*» featcre of note issues on the basis of com
woa] par*" bad not absorbed the attention of
fes cocrtry, except among business and banking
n*«. The law is conservative, and at the same
«&Kes the experiment to be fairly tried with-
C hmrd. and its merits will t>» proved as its
•RntlC'r. bccomai better known."
. l
, WORE C. & O. INDICTMENTS.
ichaoad. Va., Jur;* 12.— The federal jrrand Jury
**«T returned Indictment? against the Ches<a
*M« & Ohio Railway -r.s>ny and Warner R.
**•« anfl Thomas I>. Moore, trading as Warner.
"•weft Co.. for iTlia.mil vir,;a.tior.s of the lnt«r
■* flomtpe-^ law. Alexander P. Gilbert, a.?i»iPt-
Cf»aer£] ir-izht ay | of the railway and Will
&S. leaßßton trr&lri dealer, recently indicted
te £Sfß»a rcbatir.gr. pave bond of HMH each
*■&;. Their cases were set for the latter part of
"•"■ber.
THE PRINT CLOTH MARKET.
Pjver. >!af X .. June 12.— Sales in the print
ll =arket for t!;e -.vee'K are estimated at 110.
• >«£. VWV the volume of soods disposed
*«•>« not ihow Eg large a. total as that for the.
***&% tre^k. there is a fair inquiry at un
••• rric*s. Narrow looms are rfcelving bet
*"iall than ••■ wM» odds, manufacturers asking
l| *twith higher than the quoted prices for the
£*». MH jtiv«^F ih« market a firmer under
** Th» curtaJlrr!*nt this w*»*k is equal to about
'*** i '- ct th« total production. %
** Pricf* &re: T»r>tity-- i iri"h. 64 sauaref.
!!**'■* : 3 '•'!■■ »4 by 60. PA cents; - : inch. 64
***• i c^ntg; g«P-j inch, fA squares, 4% cents; 49
**. » 5*72,6*0^1*.
j NOTES OF THE MINES.
J*""'" A. \>vins, president of the Cobalt Ce.n-
i * y^n^rnav. "I have Just returned from a
*"*"f>i haacetioa of mb property, and am more
J^PleaaKj v'- •>-„. fhowing it is making. The.
JsCobaltJ s Cobalt ramp looks better than ever before in
Our concentrator is now treating from
seventy rr.n* of or«» a day. and. with th«
7^" ; •* «oni<: !nf-'xr.*-nsi%-*» mar hinerj'. we shall
*;&-« to •.. one hundred tons or more a day
etr*»+, rMr *<*'*«■ I in*j«-ctM the Bailey pro;;
1 our r-jmp»r>.y ha* recently leas-d. and
CM* Eaturtlsy last mi<j» a strike at the ll»
t/rT' 1 running two thousand ounces to the ton.
*hZ*?* ET)<i ' 'ontrol mor*> than eight hundred
g*j th u-st mfiMralnsM property in tb4 camp,
"^nie t»-«ity-Be\-en different mining claims.
j**^o'iQ<;-!- of t!)*- Greene Consolidated Gold
C^TkftM fin adjourned ere.clal mating yester-
J^it, M Was th<? oaa« two , v -,.,Ks ago. no
tf*° *as pr^^nt. Reading of the minutes of
«*t «Sij»ctr )r8 - tneetjjjg revealed th* fact that
-*fc* given OoJcnH <Jreen» contcined a pio
£* Jh*t If trjthii twelve months he had not
•sTt,^ «PtriiUonp th<- lease wouid >■■•• nullified.
*t iSO} «'■■'« r . .1 further important Informa-
* hirh w . a< the ros i j.»tion of the U>l
ffjl «r^tcrF W. E. I>. stokes, E|peea Ran-
TnTif ; /• G * u * "* •' T. Morrow, a " ' he , el ':/
£"'«>• (ollowtac aa th«»ir »we' maaora; I* H.
'"ii. t. j - Gof-jen-.ueh. W. D. Makepeace and
«rZ*J»*urr>; . Furthermore, It was reveal-4
*4?*« * y*.;,, hfrj „,-,iain ot '»■•• director* re-
J W.LWvtlepp of su bßcribins for 50.000 shares
iS ttock ;-t « a share, and that the ■ <■-'
■ tZ* I **. equally divided amonjr tlir-e. have
% "•*>trtaKT.-rr.6 1.. tb^!r re^pe>•m• names.
l^" l>t ** '<.;;• Company is now tr^atin? ISM
w *a day. which i» averaffinfj 1.6 par c. Nt
1^ - f om »hl. ?'.f recovery i s tweniy-thr<*
«» ,°f copper i ton. Tlie roankeemeht. bo«
l^^ 11 * 0 '"• showing Hie cheapest mining
l^^i 1 * Un ■'■ ■ States or any oth<r &**£*£•
■ operatl.,* cost is i.-.v. $Z«< a ton. influd-
Ifl^- .-ltiu«._ J• - .'7,, : '," •
BJ^W-r- of ' ' n «..s. The oiv dejKiait ol me
* t ti?Tw<--> Tl)r , a ,' v iH or r.-niarkable uniformity-
jkt oeot ul cvi»i>«- lur Uie
THREE R. R. RATE ORDERS.
Commerce Commission Decides Im
portant Points.
Washington, June 12.— Three important orders re
garding railroad rates wene Issued to-day by the
Interstate Commerce Commission, each relating to
a proposed modification of the requirements of
Rule M of the commission's tariff circular. No. 15 A.
The first order was in response to a request of
the Gulf foreign freight lines in respect to the
rates and fares between points- In the United
States and points in Cuba. The commission or
dered that its directions in the Cosmopolitan Ship
ping case should be adhered to. Carriers partici
pating In export and import traffic between the
United States and Cuba, South America, Central
America and Panama received an extension of time
until July 1 next within which to file and post their
tariffs. \*. :
On petition of the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
Railway Company and other transcontinental lines
the commission granted the carriers permission to
make changes in their import and export rates
from and to foreign countries through the Pacific
Ocean lines on three days' notice. The carriers
also received an extension of time until October 1
rfext within which to file with the commission and
post to the public their expojt and import tariffs.
The third order extended the time within which
carriers may file with the commission their tariffs
between the United States and Cuba to October 1
next. . ' «
r F. KIXG SURRENDERS.
Released on $25,000 Bail at Boston —
Issues Statement.
0
Boston. .Tune 12.— Cardenio' F. King, the financial
agent, of this city, who for some time maintained
extensive offices in Boston and New Tork and
who left th city last February, appeared sud
denly at police headquarters here to-day, an
nounced his identity to the official on duty and sur
rendered himself to answer to an indictment charg
ing him with the larceny of 52T..335. The indict
ment, which is in thirty-one counts, was returned
against him two months after he went away, and
is based on evidence of persons who said they had
sent money to King for him to buy stock for them
aid that the stock had not been delivered.
King came over from New York or the midnight
train last night, arriving in this city shortly after
7 o'clock this morning. He walked up from the
South Station to police headquarters without be
ing recognized by any one.
King had a conference with his attorney at police
headquarters, after which he Issued a voluminous
typewritten statement, in which he said that he
left Boston in February because he had to do so, as
to have remained in Boston would have meant
"either the madhouse or assassination at the hands
of one or the hundred hired thugs who had dogged
my footsteps for nearly six months previous to my
departure." He said that his financial misfortunes
hao been the result of a conspiracy against him
and that he had determined to fight the men who
were responsible for his plight and to rehabilitate
his fortunes. Throughout the statement King con
tinually refers to a Boston financier, whose name
he does not mention, but who is characterized by
him as "the master thug."
King was arraigned before Judge Pierce, in th</
Superior Court, late in the afternoon and pleaded
not guilty. In default of $25,000 bail King was
committed to the Charles street Jail. He was re
leased from custody at 9 clock to-night, bonds for
|25.* M having been furnished by friends.
NEW IT. P. BONDS OVERSUBSCRIBED.
Their Weakness on Curb, However, Causes
Sharp Break in Stock Market.
Kuhn. Loeb & Co. closed the subscription, list for
the new Issue of $50.©00,«» 4 per cent Union Pacific
prior Hen and refunding bonds at 1 Oo'clock yester
day morning and announced that the bonds had
been heavily oversubscribed. The list in London
was closed two days ago.
On the curb, where the bonds sold a few days
ago at rr»i, tney toucher! yesterday morning 95. a
figure la point below the subscription price. The
total sales for the day were $1,150,000 and the clos
ing price was &5 l .
The weakness of the bonds on the curb occa
sioned much comment, and was attributed in some
quarters to animosities arising from the failure of
large interests to obtain participation in the highly
successful Pennsylvania bond offering several
weeks ago It was reported in the Street that at
least one large house was Invited to subscribe for
the Union Pacific bonds, but instead sold them
short yesterday. The decline In the bonds was
among* the principal causes of the sharp break in
the stock market, in which Union Pacific fell to
143. closing with a net decline of 3'« points, at
:;4 «.
TO CUT FOUNDRIES STOCK IN HALF.
Steel Company Stockholders Authorize
Reorganization Plan.
The special meeting of the stockholders of the
American Steel Foundries Company to take action
on* the financial reorganization of the company,
which has been adjourned from time to time, was
held yesterday in Jersey City, and a resolution pro
viding for the reduction of the capital stock from
$37 6^0.000 to $17,184,000 was adopted. The reor
ganization committee, of which E. 11. Gary, chair
man of the United States Steel Corporation was
Chairman, held proxies for i:.3.312 shares of the
preferred and 140.934 shares of the common stock
about 92 per cent of the total outstanding capital
stock. The resolution to reduce the capital was
opposed by Eugene Small and Isaac Blame, who
held proxies for 1,250 shares of preferred stock
In reply to > stockholder who raised the question
„f compensation for the reorganization committee.
Judge Gary «aid there was no Intention of making
any charge. A resolution expressing the apprecia
tion o""he stockholders for the committee s work,
•in the more because it had been done gratis." was
thereupon adopted unanimously and the meeting
plan has already been pub-
ItaM to detail. It provides, in hrief that the stock
shall be made to represent actual value. \\ hen the
San wa^ "St submitted to the stockholders las
February it was opposed by David Straus, of New
York a Ft.ukhoider. who obtained a temporary In
]unct'ion f om Vice-Chancellnr "—"• in Newark.
been suspended for some time, will be shortly re
suspended for fionir raw
sumed.
SARATOGA SPRINGS STAY VACATED.
viterdav vacated the temporary restraining order
m char** « «r it prMti^ of the Saratoga
ESS - - -""-I heJuh resort, and Frank H.
Ha.horn crating with them.
COURT CRITICISES COMMISSIONERS.
7. a, ~ down «n opinion refusing to allirm
in ending do^n P^ fninlßßloncril ln con de,,»
'^.""^iniX -hich the city -eek» to ac
natJon proceedings imlng , w iion. Justice Kelly.
? h T7onl ?£»d^Railroad tracks and the projected
the Long _im« yalued ,„ the comm is-
Avenue P. and »* 5m whereas Justice
loners' report at about •
-*- -■».
KEW-YORK DATLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 190 S.
ERIE STOCKS DECLINE
Bonds Also Feel Bad Effect .of
Tuesday's Announcement.
Following the announcement of the measures
taken for enabling the Erie Railroad Company to
meet the coupons due in the coming year on its
prior Hen and general lien bonds, the Erie stocks
declined sharply yesterday, the common suffering
a net loss of 3^ points, the first preferred S and
the second preferred 2%, while the bonds were
correspondingly weak, the convertible 4s, which
closed at 55 on Thursday, closing yesterday at 49? -
It had been generally supposed that the financing
in April, when $15,000,000 of notes were issued, of
which Mr. Harriman took $5,500,000, providing for
meeting the $f.,500,000 maturing in that month, 'and
of which a syndicate headed by J. P. Morgan &
Co. took $5,000,000. the remaining $4,500,000 being re
served for future issue, had put the company out
of danger for the near future. The announcement
of Its inability to meet Its fixed charges and of
the necessity of entering Into an arrangement
under which the bankers should buy the coupons
on the prior lien and general Hen bonds aroused re
newed apprehension as to the future of the road,
which was reflected in the selling of its securities.
The plan referred to in the announcement of
Thursday night for funding the coupons on the
general lien and general mortgage, bonds for a
period sufficient to enable the company to com
plete out of current earnings the improvements
now under way. has not yet been perfected, it is
understood. It is said to be probable that it will
take the form of an offer to the bondholders to
sell their coupons regularly at each interest date
subsequently to July 1. 1909, to a banking house,
which would secure a prior lien security on the
property to the extent of the amount represented
by the coupons. Another report is that the bond
holders themselves may receive a prior lien se
curity on surrendering coupons as they mature.
BROOKLYN BANK MAY OPEN JULY 1.
International Trust Company Depositors To
Be Paid in Full.
fnless present plans miscarry the Brooklyn
Bank, which is at present in the hands of receiv
er«= will open for business on or about July 1. and
at the same time the depositors of the suspended
International Trust Company, at No. 209 Broad
way which is closely allied with the Brooklyn
Bank will be paid in full by the latter institution.
At a special meeting of the stockholders of the
trust company yesterday a plan was approved by
which all its assets will be turned over to the
Brooklyn Bank as part of the reorganization
scheme of the latter institution. These assets, it
is understood, amount to some |«50,0t0.
S. Btanwood Menken, of the firm of Philbin.
Beekman A Menken, who has worked out. the plan
of reorganization for the Brooklyn Bank and the
liquidation of the International Trust Company,
said:
The stockholders of the. International Trust
Company are given an option to purchase stock
in the Brooklyn Bank at bar in two years. in«
plan is favorably considered by the stockholders
of the Brooklyn Bank, and all save ten of its
shares have been voted in approval of the scheme,
and these, it is believed, can be obtained. The.
Brooklyn Bank stockholders and directors, late
this afternoon, after a meeting unanimously ap
proved the scheme The Brooklyn Trust Company
has been made a depository of the shares which,
in furtherance of the plan, must be deposited.
A loan of (600,000 to the Brooklyn Hank has
been arranged. Where this is to be got or
from Whom I am not at liberty to say. Thus, with
the funds there, cash and bonds salable on the
Stock Exchange which are equal to cash, there will
be in sight $1,725,000, against joint lia....itios over
assets of $1,775,000. This plan is, however, sub
ject to the approval of the court and tne banking
department.
FIRE AT MORRIS PACKING PLANT.
Match Causes Two Explosions and loss of
Two Lives — Flood Impedes Firemen.
Kansas City, Mo.. June 12. — Two laborers were
killed, two others were seriously injured and prop
erty estimated at between $25*>,000 and 5350.000 was
destroyed by two explosions, followed by a fire, in
the packing hou»e of Morris & Co. at Kansas City,
Kan . to-day. The explosions ruined the cold
storage building, nnd the fire destroyed the smoke
house and contents. An explosion of sewer gas
resulted when a worker in one of the cold storage
departments lighted a match. This was followed
by h much more serious explosion of a quantity of
ammonia.
The Morris plant is near the channel of the Kaw
Rtver, and. being in the centre of the flooded dis
trict, is in a swift current of water from six to
eight feet deep. This condition made the task of
the firemen most difficult, and it required five
hours to get the flames under control. Fire ap
paratus was transported to the scene after much
delay by flat cars.
SAY DEAD MAN -BUTTED" INTO FIGHT.
Pugilist Arrested for Killing Canadian
Found Lying on Sidewalk.
Joseph Goldman, a pugilist, of No. 20l Monroe
street, was arrested last night for the. killing of
Albert E. Novell, of Toronto, Canada, who was
found lying on the sidewalk in front of No. 210
West 27th street early yesterday morning. The po
lice have statements from Daniel Lavarre. of No.
215 West -Tth street, and Morris norsey, of No. 213
West 27th street, negroes, who say the dead man
was in the neighborhood all of Monday night, rep
resenting himself as a detective looking for crap
shooters.
According to these men Nowell "butted" into a
fight going on in 27th street, near Seventh avenue,
telling the fighters to stop, that he was a police
man. When asked to show his shield lie could not
do so and the two men left off fighting and struck
him repeatedly, they say, knocking him to the
sidewalk, bo that he was not able to get up. He
lay in the street until Patrolman Malcolmson came
along and had him taken to the hospital, where he
died later.
Dorsey told the police lie recognized Goldman as
the shorter of the two men fighting in the street.
He pointed Him out to Detective Fogarty as he
emerged from the Roraar Athletic Club, at Orchard
and Grand streets, last night. Goldman was locked
up on a charge of homicide and the negro was
detained as a witness.
The only mark of identification on Now,! was
_ notebook containing the sentence: "In case. of
accident notify my mother, Mrs. H. No we 1. No.
Norse street. Toronto. Canada." A telegram
received from the Chief of Police of Toronto
T ? i~t.« living the dead man was undoubtedly
All ertF NoweU. and that hi. brother. William
Kowell. bad left Toronto for New York to claim
the body.
IMMUNITY FOR W. H. LATIMER.
"T, „„ tune 1° .Pv agreement of nil con
ni!lf nP c bill' of indigent charging William
;r Latlmer alias "Handsome Harry." with em
£»S£st and conspiracy in connection with the
»tion of the Provident Investment Bureau, of
X;: .-ere submitted to . jury in the criminal
this clt>, w to-n«v and a verdict. of not guilty re-
Sut!^- .1,0 alleged to have been con
5£S with the Storey Cotton Company, which
"iVfl lapsed. It I* understood Latimer receives
flmunity for information furnished creditors of
Se concerns in bankruptcy proceeding.
NO MONEY FOR 17.000 CREDITORS.
Uo«ton. June 13.-There la no possibility of pay
ing a dividend to the seventeen thousand creditors
If the Provident Securities and Banking Company,
which failed In UN. according to the report made
To the Supreme Court to-day by the receives.
r a'wSd and Alfred B. Hall. The receivers
Sate that there hi only $3,500 left and that no
SlßtribUtlon can be made, because the expenses
t formal notification to the numerous creditor.
" f Sou the entire assets. The company
would large 1 busmen for a time by distributing
ll j;!,Vii steel savings banks for deposits.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS.
tun Francisco. June 12.-The official closing «jiio
t mom for mining stocks to-day were as follows: ,
tationo , 2lJulia ft
Alt" ... ft Justice 2
Alpha Co" Kentucky <'r>n. 1
And'» " ' JOII. Wash. Con f>
Belcher ••■•■•; finiM'-xlcan 4!1
l- ii * Belch*' | hjOo ,. , , nta| .■,,„ is
million .. 7 Ophlr 270
Caledonia - ; ■ • _ M<>\>-n».in 3
fhaii*nf« '''•" '.'.'..'.. ejpotoßi — 10
Chollar ' . 40 -Savage M
(■••.nli'l*" 1 •■•• /■... M ta« Belcher 2
<v,n. 'Hi * •" . | Biarra Nevada 20
,on. lini»rlal ■■■.".■.■.... no i olon ■•>" 2»J
Crown i'>'' nl ; , l^ii'ij.li Con 2
»!v.aow Jack #o
$13,000,000
New York Central and Hudson River
Railroad Company
THIRTY-YEAR FOUR PER CENT. GOLD
DEBENTURE BONDS.
DUE MAY I, 1034.
- Interest payable semi-annually, May Ist and November Ist.
Principal and Interest Payable in Gold.
Part of nn authorized tm limited to $50,000,000 (?^,000,000 having been sold in 1004)
under an Indenture dated May 12. 1004, and executed to the United State* Trust Company of
New York as Trustee, by the Railroad Company, to which reference is hereby made for a state
ment of the nature and extent of the security, the rights of the holders of mM bonds under
the same, and of the terms and conditions upon which said bonds are issued and secured.
THE BONDS ARE IN THE FORM OF COUPON BONDS OF $1,000 EACH. WHICH MAY
B- REGISTERED AS TO PRINCIPAL ONLY OR MAY BE EXCHANGED FOR FULL
REGISTERED BONDS WITHOUT COUPONS IN DENOMINATIONS OF $1,000. $5,000. $10,
000 AND $50,000. REGISTERED BONDS MAY ALSO BE EXCHANGED FOR COUPON
BONDS. . • -
WE OFFER, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE AND CHANGE
IN PRICE, THE ABOVE $13,000,000 OF BONDS AT gi l A%
AND ACCRUED INTEREST.
Temporary Receipts will be issued pending the deliver* of the definitive bond?.
I P. Morgan & Go.
First National Bank of N. Y. National City Bank of N, V,
Now York, June 12, 190&
Bonds will also be sold by
Messrs. J. S. MORGAN & CO., London.
Messrs. LEE, HIGGINSON & CO., Boston.
Messrs. DREXEL & CO., Philadelphia-
THE HARRIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, Chicago.
Capita! and Surplus
$2,000,000
WILLIAM H. XICHOLS. WIT T^ARI> V. KIX'J. President. l>nTT^ I2?£2SS?t
LANGLEY WIGGIN. Secretary david s. mills, Tmst office
PARK TERRELL. Mgr. Bond Dept. DA\ ID S. MILLS. Trust omcer
DIRECTORS
toiiv n TIXRRKTT JOITV R. McGINLKY.
Johnson N * Higgin S K lnsu£nce. Manufacturer.
PAMVEL G. BAVNE. ; CHARLES F. MATHEfISO.
President Seaboard Nat. Bank. ! Harmon & Mathewaon, Attorneys.
ROBERT S. BRADLEY. WILLIAM H. MCHOLS.
Chairman. Am Agricultural chemical Co. Chairman. General Chemical Co.
FREDERICK H. EATON. , AUGUSTUS (J. PAINE.
President Am. Car and . t^P"" <lrjr co - President New York an.l Perm. Co.
JAMES M. fiIFrUUO. wm r PFTERS ■
GirrordHobbs& Beard Auorneys. p, tPrs ."wh«r& r Co"c^micals.
Goldman slchs" Co Bankers. CT.ARENCE W. RAMANS
uoiaman, B lIEPBIRN. President T'nlon Typewriter Co.
President Chase Nafl Bank. HERMANN SIELCKEN".
C. H. HI'TTIC. Crossman & ?ielcken. Merchants.
President Third Nat'l Bank. St. Louis. ARTHUR TIRNBIXI..
WILLARH V. RING. t>ost & K laeer , Bankers.
President of the Company. ARTHUR *'■ YATES.
ANTHONY B._ RISER. prpg Buft alo. Rochester * Pitts. R. R. Ov
IHDEPEHDENT OF THE CONTROL OF AMY SIHGLE INTEREST
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. June Fre«,h reports of damage to
the new crop by wet weather and ct %™ u ***
strength to-day in the local wheat- market, the
Jnly delivery closing at a net Rain of l»<,c. Corn
was unchanged. Oats were »*c higher, and pro
visions a shade lower to Be higher
The wheat market was strong all day with the
exception of a brief period near the middle ot the
session, when prices declined about 1c on liberal
realizing sales. News regarding the growing crop
in America was the chief source of strength and
completely offset the weakness of foreign mar
kets. Crop damage reports to-day were more nu
merous than at any time during the last mor th.
and told of injury to the crop in "lino sand Mis
souri by wet weather and in the Southwest £>
rains and Hessian fly. The report. of 'a St.
Louis trade Journal confirmed to .s o ™*^"^
damage news Leading bulls M the baying.
which was quite general all day. The market
closed strong. July opened 14c to Uc higher at
S7%c to 87?ic. sold between K. 1 *'- and 88*.c to
SS'lc and closed at 88% c. Clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 73.100 bushels. Exports
for , he week as shown by Bradstreet's wer« . equal
to 3 065.000 bushels. Primary receipts were 3^9.
000 bushels, against 420.000 bushels on the _ same
day last year. Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicago
reported receipts of 242 cars, against 175 cars last
week and 254 cars a year ago. ,
The corn market was firm early in the day in
sympathy with wheat, but later became easy be
cause of the weakness of cash corn. Liberal of
ferings from the country depressed prices. The
market closed steady. July opened unchanged to
We higher at 67 ',(• to 67»' 2 c. sold up to b,» 8 c .
and then declined to 6«% c. The clo«* was at
67 >ir. Local receipts were 339 cars, •with 9 of
contract grade. . .
The feature of the "trade in oats was active buy
ing Of September by shorts and commission
nouses The market was generally strong al
though several times prices reacted on realizing
sales Damage reports were the chief bullißh In
fluence July opened unchanged at 4.' c. aa
"ancedto We! and closed at 42^c. Local receipts
Provision^ opened strong because of a 5c to . „_
Provisionfi opened strong because of a ?c to 10c
advance in live hogs. The greater part of the
strength was lost, however, on selling by longs
and outside packers. At the dose July pork was
up 5c to $14 10. Lard was off a shade, at SS . . ft.
Ribs were a shade higher at $7 -o. „.. . „,
Estimated receipts for to-morrow : Wh eat. nil
cars: corn. 325 cars; oats. 147 cars; hogs, 18.000
head.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Th« petitions In bankruptcy filed yesterday with
the clerk of the Tnited States District Court were
as follows:
Elwood J. Dlxon. No. 155 West 102 d street.
c^e c rexc o St n eT Js3rJ $ 3ro m fc s la R b o^
'■ t Hili No 348 West 52<S street $8.94? OR. on a
running account for groceries pfxon wan for
merly in business at No. 274* Eighth avenue.
Anna C Biasell. retail dealer in men's furnish
iiiKs No 522 Coiumbus avenue, voluntary peti
tW liabilities. $1.860 6«; assets. $917 3R. Latter
ino"uo> l stock! vh 38. and deposits in bank. fZ.
Schedules of Jacob BroiiP. doing business as
•The Hub." at No. 2/72 Third avenue, give the
bankrupt's liabilities as 14.639 26 and assets at
$2,003 61. Included in the latter are stock worth
$1,500 and machinery valued at $1,250.
Albert Pticknev was appointed receiver for th*
Davidson Engraving Company, at No. m White
street, with a bond of $3,000. The plant of the al
leged bankrupt concern, against which tho peti
tioners 1 claims aggregate $11,477, is estimated at
$5,000; its outstanding accounts and cash on hand
are eald to be $1,000. and the work In course of
completion amounts 4O at least $500.
RAILROAD EARNINGS
COLORADO * SOUTHERN*
190 K. 1907 If**
?g«fweSl £"jun;::: $2^l sf&ii ~m£m
July 1 t<i .June 7 13,459.0ft0 601,717 10.820,133
PULfTH, 'SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC.
I,',K „„ June 7 2.5--X.-.MS S.OMillO 2>«..1.0
j,,W Ito June 7 2.£C*.24S 3,(h>4,110 2.530.1.0
GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM. *
$ 6! ffi 'mtS
Ui!y Ito June 7 SsTssloM *>.tI4J*J lft.r».oM
HIDALGO & M»RTHKAPTKKN.
inrnt <«Mk In June J17.277 $17, ***
"l? 110 June 7 KilpU 928.UK
INTEROCEAMC OF MEXICO.
S^rt k A j r:::: «SS :«SS >«S
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE.
K.',"::M.V J r::::.S?:JS JBBS JSS
MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL*
vi., „..!, in Inn.- $177,270 $1M.81« $UT OTrt
July Ito Juae' ....... 7..b«»:«» I.MU« CblO.iOO
135 Broadway
NEW YORK CITY
MINERAL. RANGE.
Flrpt week in .rune. ... J15.590 B^SI f^S"
July Ito June 7 753.154 . . 734.057 694.295.
MISSOURI PACIFIC.
First week In June... $KW."onO $7nO.O<v> ••».••"
July Ito June 7 4P.641.R01 43.5G0.425 35>,«76,29.
(Central Branch.)
Number of mi »<•« 388 39S 3S«
First week in Juno... $tf>.OOi> $2«.o<n» $30.i»>0
July Ito Jun» 7 1.425.416 Ijmjm 1.774.313
MINNKAPOLIS. ST. PAUL *• SAULT STE. MARIE.
Number of miles 1.t>42 1.304 .. Irgg
First week In June... $1«0.<v.:4 $27«.998 $2n«.3W>
July Ito June 7 W.50Z834 11.876.214 10.715.^.9
NATIONAL OF MEXICO.
First week in Jun»... $25«.3«$ $325 294 J273.546
July 1 to June 7 14.M5.M8 14.793.636 12.932.62S
SOUTHERN.
Number of miles 7,501 - 7.532 7.4-«s
Flr«t week in June... $R4r.,117 $1.04«.3T>5 $iX»4.^2.
July 1 to June 7 49.711.187 63.095.07!> M>,342.393
TOLEDO. ST. LOUIS & WESTERN.
Month April — $245.» M $.W.SV» J335.773
Qnm paminge $245.<*4 $.W.Sr^> »jn
Expenses and taxes.... 15t*.54l 203.500 239.< 1
Net earnings J37.453 $131.«*> *9« .W
Other Income 8.757 1.-2- M>
Total incom- $48,606 $133,112 $37,205
iS&&Sti^^*mm $a.^j
Qnw> eandasa •bVMMK $3.4».732 $3W2.52«
Expenses and tax»i>... 2.333.195 2.45&.56H ZM %Mt
Net earnings 10 runs. C»47.ias ?97«.16« »SM.3*W
Other Income 48.273 25.5«3 17.«2S
Total Income ?5*5.413 $1.003.02i> $*T2.133
TOLEDO. PEORL\ * WESTERN.
Grara'nralngsff.'..':'.'.'! «AM $11.%.3J>7 (94.293
Expenses T7.630 W.IBS StK>,34.'»
May deflrlt ?2.3"3 •»22.20» •J4.JVSO
Other Income SO) • —
Net detirit SL9M *$22.20» «*4.960
Char?P3 23.730 24.0R4 15.457
May deficit $25,233 *1.«.". J1R.4.57
Eleven mos. grons 1.113.351 1,170.659 1.1»2.43*
Expenses P33.6fti 922.570 058,513
Kleven months- net.. $17!>.«W $247,780 $235,925
Other Income 3X.24X ■ ■
Total income »217.! m $247. 7«» $235.fi2r»
Charges 2H2.468 M6.H49 v 254.035
Eleven mo«. deficit... $44,535 $18.0f>7 $18,110
•Surplus.
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
ROCK ISLAND.
Month of April-
Gross earnings $4 2>»l.. i W» $5,021,011 $3.«00.204
Expenses and taxes 3.465.794 3.875.4na 3.017.06H
Net rarnintpi $815,575 $1,146,419 $752,23«
.lulv I to April 30— '
C.r.,!.., earnings $50,531,554 $49.<Wf1.050 $43.1.V.7.-!»
Expenses and taxes 8.5.0t>5.04« 34.471.413 3<>.613.34r> ]
Net earnings 10 m05.512,22»?.508 $15.15M.»>46 $12,520,380
ST. I/OUIS 4- SAN FRANCISCO.
(Inclmilnir Chicago & Eastern Illinois.)
Month of April
Gmfls earnlritcs f 3.075.399 $4..11*.«)« $8,147,837
Expenses and taxes 2.24S.S*»<> 8.030.330 2.3O4Jt»rt
Net earningT" $«2S,M» f1.250.344 $543,441 I
July 1 to April 80-— •
Gross' earnings $40,340,243 $41 177 $3.1.444.737
Expenses and taxes... 2fi.27«. IRA 27.«X>,12« 23 752.2* >
N't earnings 10 m 05 .511,064,063 $13,544,061 $11.« M.477
EVANSVILLE 4; TERRE HAUTE
'Including E\-ansviil« * Indianapolis.)
Month of April -
Gross earnings $159.50* $191. 852 $159 705
Expenses and taxes . 101. JUW 12J>,.1fift R. 1.391
Net earning $39,190 *m.7J>2 $H4.3T4
July 1 to April 30 —
Grr»s earnings $1.«17fi42 $1.01«.<Y37 $1 M«.4«2
Expenses and taxes . . 1.250.201 1.2W.774 1.0N.753
Net e»rr.lni:s 10 mns. $625.74t $70t>.2«3 $514.650
TOTALS (ALL COMPANIES).
Month of April- |
Gross earnings... $7.Mrt.274 J!).52n,047 $7,107,747 I
Expenses ana taxes ft.8H.030 7.041.391 5.417.754
Net earnings 1.702.24* $2.45?.538 $1.6?1>,933 |
July 1 to April «O- - % '
Gross earnings $02,450,740 $»2.827.273 $SO.3fW
Expenses and taxes iW.540.42S 63.379.313 55.3«5».301
Net earnings 10 mo 9. $23 812 $20,447,062 $25 .- ■<-
School A^enneg.
AMERICAN AND F«lKiri(i?r TEACHKKS' ACE>C»
supplies Professors. Teachers. Tutors. Ooreracsse*. eta.
to Colleges, School and Families Apply to
Mrs M J TOUNO-FULTON 23 Union Square
Proposals.
I>HomsAi.s for rmnpoiNO. vvaii department.
OOct of the CoMt.iicttni: Quartermaster. New Lon
don. Conn.. June 1. U»H. — S»alo.l proposals for .tr».1«:ln«
around wharf at Fort Tnimbull. onn.. to minimum d«-;.;h
of 15 f«rt («ppro««m«t*ly 61*0 cubic I«<J«> „ «"l *» '»
celved here until 11:30 A M.. Jur 5 15. 100*. »nd th'n
<,ivm-.1 Information furnished or application. Envelopes
containing proposals should b« endorsed " Proposal* tot
I'redslnE" and addressed X M. SCHOFIELD. Major.
Qr. Mr. - *•
Excursion*.
OundayExcursion
y up the Hudson
To West Point ft Newburgh
Str. Homer Ramsdell
:->'■ foot KRANKMV ST.. 9.00 A.M.,
■W'KST 13J>TH ST., ».3O A.M.
r.»tornln«.!M»-i.\KW HI HI. II U.IJU P.M.*
WEST POINT 7.00 P.M.
Round Trip, 80 Cents.
DINNER SERVED ON BOARD.
OR.4.VGE I.AKK PA UK. situated oa
WMnl Orange Lake. <*• miles w«*t of »wborslj.
fcas Jaat bees opened again for tile rammer. This
P*ri baa all attract ioa* and amusements, and la
connected with ?»»wtmr)«f> by trolley, wblck
taak»s trip* avery 10 minute* — tons awarding ««
euratoßlata th» additional plaa*ure of a troll»y
ride tbroiigb a moat dellghtfal part of th* coun
try. Excursion tickets from New York to <>raaga
Lake Psrk. $1.10. Ticket* »>■!•! on steamer.
JULY 4THI
EXCURSIONS 1
ONE LOW rate COVERS ALL EXPENSES.
Railroad and Steamer Far-. Hotel Board, etc.
1000 ISLANDS 4 Days. .. Only ... J18..V1
NIAGARA FALLS 3 " . ■ " >"•••
ATLANTIC CITY 3 " " J9'**
MONTREAL and LAKES. .1 " " *"' l>a
VACATION TRIPS-JULY AND AUGUST
Whit* Mountains, Montreal an! Lakes. Nora Scotia.
Old South Country. Saguenay River, the Provinces. Ot
Lakes and Yellowstone. Park.
Free "Descriptive Itineraries/ trrttn
T. H. HENDRICKSON TOURS
• 313 Fnlton St.. Brooklyn. >'. V.
CHARMING EXCURSIONS
West Point, burgh and Poughkeepsle.
Dally (except Sunday) M Palace Iron Day Lin* Steam
ers. Leave B'klyn Fulton St. (by Ann»xt. *; I>»bn)i>»»*
St.. »:4O; W. 42.1 St.. t». W. li3»i St.. • - (f A. M. Re
turning on d""»n boai j ■;• 4?d St.. V3O P. M
MORNING AND AFTERNOON CONCERTS.
DELIGHTFUL AFTERNOON EXCURSION TO
WEST POINT *
STEAMER MARY POWELL.
Leaving D»sbroMes St. 1.45. TV. 42-1 St. 200 W. 12T»tl»
M. 2:20 P. M. Arriving West Point 5 F. M. Cholc*
when buying ticket of return by any U"»st Sftor* or
N. T. Central train, or Str. "Ramadan." $1.10. Ampl*
time to se» Parade. Public Building*. *-. Orchestra.
ThU Eirnrslon Made- Dally;. Except Sashay.
POPULAR /afmSSh
excursion Wsjjgy
LAKE HOPATCONG
TO-MORROW
ROUND TRIP TICKETS I CHILDREN
gU.OO I SO Ct«.
LEAVE W. 23d ST. 8.50 LIBERTY ST. 9 A.M.
Every Saturday Afternoon
ami Sunday Morning
II IL— Steamer "Orient" leaves Near
lln TtlP F '" r 8 - ER - lnear Hanover ?'i
UU UIU '-I. Sta.). Saturdays at I:<V>:
' . . 31st St.. E R. 20 P. M. Ret.
Sound Jue N T " 27> r ■
OUUfIU SINDAYS.
-r-/^ Steamer "Orient" leaves %'•■»
I CJ Pier •*. E. R. 9:30; 31st. E. R.
*i ■ j ft .".11 A M Rettirning leave
iIPnU/nnn Glenwoo,! at 4.30 P. M.
SIGIIIIUUU Kuur-lnn 50.-. Tlrket.
STARIN'S
EXCURSIONS
STEAMBOATS A>'l> BARGES
to all PLEASURE RESORTS on
LONG INLAND .«OIM>
and HUDSON RIVER.
Magnificent Saloon Steamers "Glen"' an.l
"Richmond." each 1.200 capacity. "Sea Gull."
500 capacity. Barges of all stzes.
Sunday Schools a Specialty.
OFFICES: CORTLANDT ST PIERS, N. T.
'Phone. 12SS Cortlandt.
EXCURSION TO NEW HAVEN
On Sundays superb steamer RICHARD PECK leaves
Pier 28, East River, 8.30 A. M. . font East 22J St.. 10.UO
A. M-: due New Haven 2.3U P. M. Return, due New Tom
8.45 P. M. Two Hour? in New Haven. Musi.-. Restau
rant. Lunch Counter. Tickets. *!"♦>; eiJtl.treny "• cents.
RED BANK LINE,
Leaves Franklin St. Pier 24. N. R.. dally. » A. M.. 3
P.M.: Sundays, 9 A. M. only for Highlands. Red Bank,
etc: Exc. 6Oc. Trolley to Long Brauch. Asbury Park.
Instruction.
For Both Scxes—Clty.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL CF LAXGCAGKa
Jladisaa Square (1122 Broadway.*
Har!em Branch. 343 Lenox Aye.. near 127t1» 3C
Brooklyn " 73 Court St
BUMMER SCHOOL AT A3BCRT PARK. S. 3.
Teachers sent to all places wliUa hundred miles.
RYE SEMINARY For *?££ *
Mrs. S. J. LIFE. The Misses STOWE. Rye. New Tor*.
For Boys and Youn?r Men— Country.
II ADI CaVnfin - A successful school near Fhf*.
mArLCIf UUU Wakes ur> Boys to duties of :;'».
Prepares 40 Boys for college or business. 47th year Fin»
large gym- Deft- for Little Boys. Manual training,
Pleasant summer home, tutoring optional. J. SHORT
LIDGE. A M.. Tale. Prin.. Concordville. Pa.. Box 97.
The Ea.st Greenwich Academy
Ka«t r.rrenwicb. R. 1.. Founded in t*oi. CaftMeaaa
admits to college. General course. Strong faculty. Nevr
srymnaj>ium and dormitories. Basket hall, bowling alleys,
tennis and all sports. Separate d-partment for young boys.
Foundation permits the low raf» of $.'v.V> New ca.talogu«.
Address Tharle* Alford Stenbon.**. M. A.. ri lai Ipal.
For Young Ladles— Country.
• O.NNECTI'T'T. r.ak°- Ml
The Taconic School for Girls
Near hea'itif'.il :ak-> in IBM BlSrßssMra Ht .»
HM r.ir.lAN* DDCOK, .x B rWattasta* airi Br\-a
Ma»n >fIS.-< mnU BAILEY. B. I ■ W«!le»l«.3r>.
THE FRANCES OILMAN SCHOOL. FOR GIRI^.—
± enrtra year. 49 Lake St.. White Plains.
Proposals.
1 PROPOSALS FOR STEEL, IRON. CULVERT PTPB.
. Condenser Tubes, Dredge. Dipper. St> -1 Balls. Ansrla
Bars. Tie Plates. . Track Bolts and Spikes. Frogs.
Switches. Switch Stand*. Nut Locks. Machine and Key
Bolts. Nut*. Rivets. Hasps and Staples. Spring Cotters,
Tacks. Wrought Wash««» Wir» anJ Rubber sik»vc«,
}{■■<•>. Motor Car. EW-trir Motors, Surrey. Delivery
Wagon. Harness. St<-el Trolleys. Pump Governors.
Sti-ara Gaugres. Oil Cans Melting t.adi^s. Rail Saws.
Picks. Forges. Lath« <"huck. Tinner's Shears. Chisels.
Carpenter's rlaaapa. Fid*. Platform tie*. Hinges.
Shower Heads. Electrical Material. Wlr». Kricrinn Tape^.
Belt Lacing. Leather. Cotton Duck. Twine, - rubbtna;
Brushes. Window Shades. Bread Cutters. Sra-Cr>al Fac
ing. Boiler Compound, Sal Ammonia.-. I.ye. Flour. Fir*
Brick. Cross-Ties, etc Sealed proposals will be receirert
at the office of Ihe General Purchasing Officer. Isth
mian Canal Commission, Washington. D. <\. until IteSQ
a. m. July 8, 19SS, at whirl) time '■>•■. will be .->per»<l
In publl<\ for furnis — ( the above-mentioned articles.
Blanks and general Information relating to this Circular
iN« 4»si may b<» obtained from this office or th«
offices of the Assistant Purchasing Agents. 24 St;if*
Street. New T-^rk City; Cttstcna-HoMa. New Orleans.
1.a.: also from the •■ S. Engineer • •<•'.*- In 'he follow-
Ing cities: Baltimore, Md . : Philadelphia. Pa.: Pitts
burg. Pa.; Boston. Mass.: Buffalo. N. y. ; Cleve!an I.
Ohio- •■tncinnatt. Ohio; Chic-ago. It): St. Louis, M > :
Detroit. Mich : Milwaukee. Wis : Si Paul. Minn.; Chat
tau.^ga. Term. ; Loulsvtn*. !\> . and Mobil*, Ala. — •
H. F. HODGES. Ltar) Co!.. Corps of Engineers. V.
3 A. General I'urchasing OflsMt
PK. >!•..- \! S ILL KB RF.iEIVEP AT TIIK BUREAIT
of Supplies .•• I A>-''r>nnt.«. Navy Department. Wa»h-
Incton D. «*.. until I' l t»"«-Iock a. m.. June ?.;. l»»s. antt
PUbll'-lV opened imm».llatc!v therea for the- r».
moral of sunken vessels from Sactetta Harbor. N. Y."
AppHcatlons for proposal* should refer t.> Schedule
13Arf Blink proposals wilt b« furnished upon applica
tion'to the navy pay office. N«w v .rfc vT,or to th^
Bureau. T. H. ROGER?, raymaster-r.enerat V -= S.
•-C V
TIROPOSALS FOR CLOTHING ANL> EQUIPAGE.—
X r>epot Quartermaster' ■ OtTtce. 3s» Whitehall St.. N'«w
York City. May 23. 19t^ Sealed proposals. In triplicate.
11l b« received here ur.tl; 1 o'clock P. it.. June 15. 190$.
and then ■(•■:.• for furnishing khaki and white duck,
facing cloth, pimp. braiJ. dre.ss. khaKl and elivw drjl>
raps »er%l'" hats, waist N?;i«. collars, muntlets. gloves
drawers, undershirts, stocking". leicslcs. suspenders,
ronchos. overnhoes, buttons, thiead. b.-ds. bedding. cot%
chairs axes, hatchets, broom*, brushes, flags, tentag*.
mos<] uito bars, bush trumpets, and other articles of
olothlm? an.i e<julpan«. Standard samples can be seen anj,
specirtcatlons. blacks for prop»sa!s act) full i;-.fjrmj»tlo!»
will be fiiim.«he.l upon »ppticatton at this office. C«loa«|
%VM. S. PATTEN. Depot Q. M.
T»norO3Al^ FOR OONSTRt'CTIO.V or QCARTETH
JL FOR TWO NON-COMMISSiONBI» OFFICERS: Wa P
l»*partm*nt. Oinre of th« Constructing (j>i»rt»ri«ajtM,
N*w London. Conn.. May 23. '• - — s.-, :.-,'. proposals for
the construction of one bulMtnic. nciudiaa; plumbing.
heating, electric wiring, ttc, quartern for two nm-mm
nil»-ii.'n-,l oftWra. at »• >rt 11. U. Wrisht. N. \.. win (>•>
received hern until 11 08 A. M.. Jun« l.'». 1;»*. and then
opened. Information furnisher on apiilication. Envelop**
contalnlntr propo»al» ahouM b» endorsed. I 'Prop> s.il» for
Public itutldtnKS." and advjrwsed K. McA. SJCHOMELJJw
Major. (Jr. Mr.
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