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KV -b'- TftE SUN, SATUBDA, JULY 3, 1897. ; 1
W GOULD INHERITANCE TAX. K?'1 AB8ESSMEXT Of Tlir. ESTATE AT H, $73,018,473.08 UrilET.n. Hi ' Coast's View erflrorse J. Mould' Services The K$ State and thn Cliy Objrcted to the Eieraptlon Km ? ! S.OOO.UCO i Itan Kirelra t the Hu' Valuation or the Htcurllltoi Doth Overruled Bf Tho Appcllato Division of tho Supremo Wj Court, In nn opinion written by Justico Wit- Hjj)'"' 11am, with Justico Ingrahmii wrillnt: ndls- M& ' tenting opinion, has nfllrmcd tho report of Ap Kli pralscr David McCluro valuing tbe cetnto of tho Kl late Jay Ooulil for tho purposes of tho lnhcrl- V tnnco tnx at $73,015,473.0?. Tho executors of Kft OouM and tho Slato and City Comptrollers nil Kx appealed from the decision of Mr. McCluro. .' Tbo main positions tnVon by tho Coniptrol- K& lera wero that tho appraiser bud Improperly cv ?. erupted ?5,000.000 to bo paid Gcorgo J. (Jould KtT (or services, at tho mto of half a million dollars H?f ' Tear, to his fntlicr, tho Comptrollers claim- Kx truz that this chanjo was not a debt of tho os- Kc tato, and they further untcd that Sir. McCluro p should not havo oicmptcd from tbo tax fS0.- Be; 000 which was set ajiart as tho expenses of tho Bn administration of the trust at tho nitoof $10,000 H a year for each of the four executors durlnc tho K probablo contluunnco of their lives as shown Kjr by tho Movables. The'cxecutors opposed tho Bjhi report because tlicy contended that tbo ap- H pralscr hail Improperly valued tho securities K, at the Stock KxchaiiRo quotations at tho timo Wfi of the death of Gould Instead of taking expert Hb" evidence as to what the securities would sell ?i for if turned into tho market in tho blocks in ? which they were held by Gould. & . Tho point of tho Comptrollers, that the Ap- H' pralscr should not havo isdrntttod evidenco of fe Oconto J. Uuuld about conversations wttb his HtX, father as to his employment, is overruled. He? Geortrc J- Gould j born, the opinion proctods. vk In 1804. and was about 17 years old hen tho HrX conversations occurred at Saratoga. The father Hvx. then said ho anted tho son to devote himself to Hj$ the father's business, and not (peculate. Tho E court says; t "He followed his fatlier's directions during ?;. his minority, became famlliarVltb tbo business, and did vhatccrthofatherdlrected. Hecamo f ; 1 of ass in 1SS5, and from that time on the work. H& care, burden, and responsibility of thu father's ; business and Interest was thrown more or loss upon tho ton. as the father's health declined B& front year to year. The son had pnwticnlly tbo HfJe sole charse and management of too whole busl- H? Boss, nnd. conducted it without the udvlco of 3 the father. Ho alono had access to the safe do- posit vaults which contained tho lnillluiu of K dollars of property owned by tbo father. Ho V acted under a power of attorney f mm tho father c); almost nnltmltcd In its e!Ies.t. vuis prm-tli-nll) K,':. Gould hiniself. stood for him. and counsel iw H3 referred by the father to the son for instntc- Wtl tlons. During theeo years ho had le care and Rh disposition of hundreds of millions of dollars of Wh, cash, of the father, bartnir as much as :&U.000.- V 000 at timed subject to his sole check, and tho B)?-. s Income of the estate so uuinngtsl vra from $3.- K'." 000.000 to $l,Oi0,0O0 annually. Thu estate Hft had been Increased latvely under the on's BS management, nnd the trust and lontldenco lm- fctl posed by tho father in the son had been amply Kfe justtQed by the results obtained. ' The estate was iculiar in its nature, and the H&t larpo extent tonhlch it wa invested in differ- W en, " wavs and diKerent properties required s' great skill and c-.icitv in the management to Eri secure favorablo results. Tho capacity and H&- business ability which safely and successfully U?-' managed such' an estate and the confidence which tho father implicitly reposed in such K,'; manairement, wero desvning of a largo re- Ut& Tho son received $234,057 in securities from !S the father arter coming of age and received H) salaries as otllcer uf ditTercnt corporations to Mr. which ho was appointed by the father. Ho ;i lived with his father and got at times allow- S; ances for expenses. At the Saratoga inter- Et Tiew the father had further given the son a K .check for $370,000 topnv for a bouse and stable. K. It is found that tho half million salary was K& agreed to beyond these Kifts. The sum to bo paid was not dxed until 1!2. when the father H33 put the agreement In writing. Kil The court says that the market values of the uil stocks were the correct fluurcs to take for ap- S, praUal and cot the suppoicd values of the se- H?:i curitics in blocks. ...... B(- X"tJnder the construction contended for. the Hr' opinion sajs. "the securities inulved In this K, proceeding might have been shown to be of lit- mi tie or no value by considering tliat forcing them H neon the market in large blocks at one time Mt: would break the market and mako them prac- m$ tically unsalable at all." K In dissenting. Justice Icgraham says that the Ki- f 5,C0u,0x to George J. Gould, while given by K' tho will In view nf the services, was neverthe- J a voluntary gift rather than the payment of Mfi, an iSbligatlon. and so should bo taxeL lie says: B)A Itwas a bequest to the son In addition to K that given to bis other children us a rccogni- K tion of the devotion that the son hail shown to Kfi his father rather than the distinct rccog- R't, nition and payment of on existing legal obli- HX cation." K)J. Justice Ingraharo alto holds tbat the sccurl- Hfi ties were improperly valued. He says the cvi- m:'i denco shows that many of the securities had R) no real market value in New York at anything K like the quotation. The Justice tays that the K report should go hack to the appraiser "with Kj a direction that where the sales uj-on the Sick K Kxchange are proved to be bona-tide eales of K securities which indicated at thu time the fair K znarkctlvaluc of such recurities they are to con- J; trot him in fixing their value. Hnt In the cosn K of those tccuritics whirc it is proved that there Kj- were no actual transactions, or tbat tbe re- Vo ported transactions u ere of such a character fcu- - that they furnlshol no fair Indiiation of the g -market price, other evidence of -he valno j&r should be "considervd. and the securities or in- KSii deblcdness appmlccd nt tbe fair market value Bftt the value uhich. lonsldcrini; all the circum- mS- stances, tbo property would have told for at tho iV time of the death of the testator." aw . - ' JiOTS STEAL BAItY CAItRIAOES. Kt K& Th Ulds Dropped la Adjacent Holla and Bp tbe rarrlas-r told. K-J Twelve-year-old Harry Htein was found sleep- Br log In a hall on Kast Twenty-second street on Er? Thursday night and was arraigned yesterday B In the Yorkville Police Court by Agent Hutcb- K; cr of the Geny society. Tho boy at first told Kj Mr. Butcher that be had been put out of his K borne at 7 Norfolk street by his father. Herman E Rteln. Afterward he said ho had been Induced K;. to run away from borne by Jacob Weiss, 17 HtV years old, who had organized a gang of youth- H ful thieves that preyed on tbe cast side. B Weiss, he said, lived somen hero on Stanton Hky street and was boss of the thieving gang. Ho Qy taught the boys how to steal without being Kg caught, assigned them districts in which to K5 work, and disponed of the ntolen'property. An H7l a teller he was cot a success, and he got but K little money for the goods. The gang'i spe- v dalty was baby carriages. B$ "I swipcil a carriage on Clinton street Mon- K2 day," young Hteln said, "and Weiss sold It to a fif fish dealer for 1 cents." p "Was there a laby in itl" asked Mr. Butcher. Hf" "Xaw. W'st d'ye t'lnk wo'd do xriiX ;tho kid I" RV answered the ljy 5- "Old you steal any carriages when the babies m; Were in them I" he was asked. K. "Ye. We drappeil tho kids in a hallway n', then," be said. i He added that Weiss tried to rob a drunken K& man on Kast Houston street Wednesday nigbt B: and was caught by 1'ollceman Hooner of the k' Union Market station as he was taking the t:' man's watch and locked up. Without a leader R tho gang broke up, nnd ho wandered uptown g so as not to Le nrrts'L-d. h Magistrate Holges held thn boy for exanil- KT nation nnd instructed Mr. Ilutcbcr to Investigate Kv his story. K T. ir. Ml'EUS Jt CO. riXIilCATED, Bi. Bkjf Herman Tnpi' CtiarEr Ills missed The Dro R tiers to Sue Ifliu Tor Mallrlous I'rooeeulloa, Bj Maglstrato Kudlli-h dismissed yesterday tbo Hb charges of fraud uhlth vtro recently made by b Herman Tnppcn against the brokerage tlnn of HT Tlieodoro W. Myers fi. Co. Tappcn was n cus- Bm' tomer of Myers U Co., and owes t htm a large Kt balance. He had tho members of tho firm nr- B rested on a complaint that his orders for storks Hfj bad lcn " bucktlcd " by M j era & Co., and that Ktf bo had been Indui ed by false accounts to pay for -mj tictitious purchuscs ami sulcs. Several hcurings '1' were had before the Mnalstrato, at whlih tho Be books of Myers i: Co. w ere produced. Tho ovi- HU dciireshocil conclusively that every orderglvcn K br'fappcn had been rcgdlarly tilled on the floor l1: of theijtock Kxcbangoilind that there nas no tt' foundation for tbe clinrta tbat Mere made. V' Mjers it Co. havo InsJIucted their counsel to ; roiuini'iice proceedings fA nmo against Tappcn C lorinallrlouspnihocutin'S .Mr. frank II. l'latt, a, ot Tracy, lloardmau & Ifktt, counsel for Myers, -. said to a rttiorterof TniWt'.v that various cf- K forl" ll'1 been made bvlntcrrstcd persons to H Induce the J'cderal amlState Grand Juries to H havo Mr. Myers ludlctedSlmt in nil cases they ,' had demanded the fullSt Investigation, and .,' bad produced their boats for Inspection. In i every instauro tbo UiargoS had been disproved K Dd dismissed m. Ambulance I'pset by a Trolley Car. & TI10 IiDg Island Collego Hospital nmbnlraice Wtfi, Inllrookljn was upset jestcrdayln Smith and Wl llutler streets in a collision with a trolley car, ? and Dr. George Latnont and drlvor W. J, Besrlcs Ft woro thrown out and slightly injured. K" Court Calendars TSUs Day. B1! buprems Court SpecUl Term Part II-Ez-psrU K msltris. Hy'' Hurruxsts's Court Chsmbsrs. No day caleDdtr, Wi ror probste Wills of Andrew r. Uunncr, Oersld W. BT.' atsnton. Kilt L. Jtock, at 10:S0A.f. Hv City Court-fipectaJ Trrin.-UoliOBa, annWanJllitf 11 ' ""' "' " fV'fri'Jtitiyi'llitilsaal WANT TO EO EVBVfESB ItKBE, Certaan Insurance ConipanlM Ask to Ba Bs rmpted from Our Retaliatory law. 8tato Superintendent of Insurance IVmU P. Toyn gavo a hearing yesterday morning at tho New YorK hendquartors ot tho Insuranco Do partment In tho Howling Green ofllccs In the matter of tho application of U10 Aachen and Munich FIro Insuranco Company for a rcnownl of license, to do business in this Slate. Tho com pany Is a German corporation, whoss Now York llccnso was cancelled on Fob, 21, IBM. by Super intendent of Insuranco I'lcrco after tho passago of an net by tho New York legislature per mitting retaliation upon tho insuranco com panies of any country whoso requirements of New York companies were hostile. Of four New York companies which had been doing business In Germany, threo had ceased to op erato there, tho New York Life, tho Equitable, and tho Mutual Life, becauso of tho hnrsh dis crimination against them. Tho Aachen and Munich was represented at tbo hearing yesterday by Amasa Thornton, who also represented tho Interests of tho Prussian National of Slcltln In tho matter. Mr. Kennedy of Weed & Kennedy, managers ot tho Aachen and Munich, mailqastatcmont to Superintendent Pnyn In which he said that tbe policy of retalia tion had failed utterly. It had not accomplished what It was expected to accomplish. Thero could be no nnlmusln Prussia against New York companies, ho said, for representatives of threo Pusslan companies who wero present hail ex erted themselves to the utmost in behalf of New York lite insurance companies. "Our company is as much llavarlan as Prus sian." Mr. Kennedy said, "for we havo two charters. It was necessary for us to reincor porate in llnvarla in order to do business there, for Havarla is as distinct from Prussia as Penn sylvania from New York. Had no been Incor porated here In New York as a llavarlan Instead of a Prussian company probably nc should be doing business to-day. as New York companies nre in business In Havarla. Our Prussian char ter being tho older, wo were Incorporated hero under It." J. KMcr Cady of (Hudson, on behalf of tho Magdeburg company, declared that there never had been any actual exclusion of New York com jKtnles from Prussia. Certain of them bad ceased lodo business there by their on olltiou be cause the) did not seo lit to comply with certain emulations. Thcv objected, he said, to a certain form of report, but that was precisely the samo form which was required of the homo com panies, so tho requirement was not hostile. " I contend Il1.1t we havo a right under tho New York law." he said, " to como Into this State for business. This law was an act ot retaliation; more. It was nn net of attack, for no Prussian attack on our companies had been made. It was an net in restraint ot trade, preventing foreign corporations with great capital from riolnc busi ness hero nnd employing people here. Itcforo you exclude foreign companies we assert that all the conditions mentioned in the law must ex ist. Now no exclusion law has been passed in Prussia against us. True, certificates havo been refused to some companies there, but it was be cause such companies determined not to comply nilh requirements of the PruMisnlaws. I think the certificate of the New York Sui rintendent of Insurance has Invariably been recognized by Prussia. It 1 not pretended that since this net was Msed a certificate has been denied to any New York compan in Prussia. "A New York lompany, the Germanla Life, whose representative is here. Is doing business in Prussia to-day under a certificate of tho New York UK:rlntendent of Insurance. Just ns w hen the other three companies were there. In view of these facts, I do not see any reason why our people should not have thu benefit of tbe capittl and competition of foreign companies. Our tacts are unchallenged, and we respectfully ask that we bo permitted to do business and that a cer tificate be issued to us." Mr. Thornton said thnt tho principal point of dilferencc between the New York companies and the Prussian Government was as to the requirement that in the reports ot tontine busi ness the surpluses In the various classes should be kept nnd shown separately. " Tho New York Life. I understand." he said, ' is prepared to go into business there again whenever President McPall gets ready, upon filing a report in the form required. The Mu tual, I believe, has decided not to. This shons that American companies do not do business there, merely because they do not choose to, not because of any exclusion. Superintendent Payn. in ending the hearing, said tbat It was fair to presume tbat any compa nies which objected to tbe adml"ions asked for would (He hrlcfs. which they might do at any time within forty-eight hours. He announced that he would not receive any from them after this week, and thnt tho petitioners would be entitled to copies of any that might be received and to opportunity to answer them. ennten ror.Ks too xoist. A West KXobofcea ftaopfaeeper Complain T CnurehJjr Entertainments. Otto Stumpf, a dry goods shopkeeper at Clin ton avenue and Hackcnsack plank road. West Hoboken, complained to the police yesterday about tho numerous entertainments given in the West Hoboken He formed Church, which, ho said, annoyed him. The church is situated about ISO feet west of Ptumpt'a shop. Between the shop and the church property are three two story frame houses owned by the complainant. Stumpf alleges that several of his tenants havo movei on account of the noise of the entertain ments and tho disorderly conduct of somo boys, who. he says, are members of the Boys' Brother hood connected with the church. "The boys are even more annorlng than the entertainments," said Stumpf. "They stand on tho sidewalk and smoKe cigarettes, and when they arc waiting tor a car theyiro over to a sa loon opposite my nlace and roll beer krtrs around for amusement. I often find my ash barrels up set, too. "Theentertiinmcnts In the church are alto gether too numerous. Instead of closing at 10 o'clock, the proper time for such things to cease, they sometimes last till midnight." Thf Itev. W. It. Ackert, the pastor of the chnrrh. "ayshels not perturbed over Stumpf's complaint. " It Is too silly for mo to mike any comment on," said he. "Our entertainments never an noy any of the neighbors. Tho hoys who cause disturbances are not connected with tho church. They nro of the Pl..nk-road gang,' and tho police have arrested several of them." rjXAirciAX. axi commercial. Xew York Stock Kschanvr ftaleo Julr 9. UNITED STATES AND STATE nOXDS (IX S1.000S). I US 4,c. 1007 112i cxosiNO riticKa or united stated iioxds. Did. AiUd. I Bid. MUd. CnRt2. r. Cast 5s, r, tplofO. 00b 1001 114s 115 CnM 4s, r, jUnRt 5s, e, 1807 1111! 112 ! ISO ....114S 118 CnM 4i, c UnSC 8.r, 1K0" US", j.12,! 1808 101a In St 4s, r, jCnftt OS, r, IMS ISO's 126V 104,s UnM4s, c. 1U25 126s 12541 lun.itOAD and omen news (ix .l.ooon. 40 Atch adj s.. 60 ' S N Y.CRtL 4105s 6 tO1-! 10NY.H A MDIstlOOHi 17 Atch ml 4s..... 84. 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A$ied. 23020 Am Kit.. 127 128b 127 1274 1274 :113 AmSUplOB 108 1074 1074 1074 (lOAmSU, 114 114 114 11 114 HOOAmSMp 30 30 204 204 30 4MB Am Too. 774 774 704 704 77 vOATobptl064 105's 1064 100 110 60 Am Ex. .1144 1144 1144 1134 116 S3 Am COU 144 144 14 134 144 180 Ateh.Tft SFe.... 124 124 124 124 124 tSSO Ateh.Tft SFep.. 25 25 244 244 244 lOOAArbrt 28 28 28 274 20 SSBOPsyStO 114 12 11 114 12 DS43Dr'kRT 204 204 284 20 204 BOUCn 0.1104 1104 1104 110 1104 lHOCsnSo.. 404 404 404 60 604 ISTSConles. 41 41 404 41 414 lOOCIeepf. 874 874 874 874 88 1P0 Cent Pao 04 04 04 0 104 SlOCbesftO 174 174 174 174 174 lnoctiAF. I 43 43 43 37 46 18800 ChleUss 044 06 034 044 044 154C.C. Cft ML.... 244 244 244 244 25 40 C. C. C ft StLp.. 65 05 644 8919CANVH7 1174 117 1174 1174 llPBSC.DftQ. 84 844 834 834 834 41574 C.MftStP 834 84 834 834 834 888 CM 4 St Ppf....l304 1304 1304 1304 1304 8974C.P.1AP 744 76 744 744 744 100 ColC At Der.... , s, 4 4 4 BSODftHua.1104 1104 1104 110 1104 17S0D.LSW168 1584 1674 1674 150 zOODAROp 434 434 434 434 434 lOOErteTAT 664 054 654 65 60 lOOF.RGas. 764 704 704 754 764 BOOOenElro 344 344 334 334 334 anient- 084 084 084 074 084 0OLF.Vp 08 08 08 00 084 SOOLaclGu 234 244 234 244 25 SSOOLouft.V. 514 614 61 614 614 B6901IanCoa 02 024 014 02 024 lOOMexXctf 14 14 14 14 14 80OMetTreclO84 1084 1084 72SUftStI, 204 21 204 214 214 400 M ft St I. Sdpf... 514 614 614 614 614 700MoPaj.. 104 104 104 104 104 300MO.KAT 134 134 134 13 134 lOtOM.KftTp 314 314 314 314 314 100NLOI1.. 144 144 144 134 16 100 NewCen Coal... 64 64 64 3980 S J Cent 854 86 86 844 864 1437XVCenll02 1024 102 102 1024 40ONtLeaJ 304 304 30 204 30 IflSNatLdp 004 004 004 084 004 10.NTftNn.l734 1734 173417841744 100 X Y. 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AtUd. teblsUVsi. 284 aoimpco 734 74 PcanRR... 634 634 W a L Co.. 464 404 CPItofl.. 10 18 Etsncom. 204 21 Phils Trsc. 72 724 FJ S Bpf... 224 23 Union Tru 104 104l'II.LftPa 14 144 EftPTC. 714 714 PII.LftPp 334 34 Met Trac,..l004 1004 WelsCrom 21 23 CTof.VJs 284 20 WeUCpf.. 08 00 CTot.VJGi 014 02 IBsltTract- 10 104 CIIICAOO CLOSINO QUOTATIONS. Hid. Jttktd. JJld. Attld. SB" I."... 40 NY Biscuit 604 61 AmStr'bd.. 284 204 NChStRy.2304 237 CltjlfwaySO 233 WCbM!tyl004 1004 DlamM !.. 1404 1464 JletWS.... 44 Lakes "V 14 144 LATEST LONDON OnOTATIONS. Atchison, aap 1 24 Norfolk ft Wpf, n.. 30 Canadian PartBs... 07 Northern Pa-mo pfc 414 Cbssspeake ft Ohio. 18 Ontario ft West 164 Ericcon.aap 16 Pennsylvania. 644 Erlslitpf 344 lleallnx. lit a p.... 1x4 Illinois Central 004i8tPaal 864 Kansas ft Texas,,,, 134 nouth Railway 04 Lake Shore 178 8oulh Railway pf 304 Loulirllls ft Naib.. 624L'nloo Pacine. 64 New York Central. 106 HVabasupf 154 FliIDAT, July 2. The approach of a double holiday doubtless accounted In part for the marked contraction in tho dealings on tho Stock Kxehange to-day, tho total transactions attaining tho smallest ag gregate for a full business session in ten days. The tono of tho market was uncertain and tbe changes In prices Irregular. Itathcr heavy sell Ing for foreign account was noted in tbe fore noon, but It was quito ineffective in tho stock In v blch it was largest, namely Bt. Paul. There was nothing in the foreign news to explain the dlsposltlos of tho arbitrage orders, tbo general Jxmdon market being rcporlcd dull and steady. In only four stocks did tbo dealings reach a total of 10,000 shares, and these stocks furnished considerable more than one half tho day's transactions, showing an unusual concentration of speculative Interest. These wero St. Paul, Bugor Itellnlng, Chicago Gas and Burlington and Qulncy, which were actlvo In tho order named. Tbe St. Paul's state ment for tbo last week of June was a confirma tion of the recent favorable predictions of the showing to be made, the averago for the term reaching the exceedingly large figures of 05,. 300 daily. There was no particular news bear ing upon the other stocks named nor upon the general market. The threatened strike of tho bituminous coal operators bad ft somewhat re strictivo effect In tbe dealings, but the mining companies would doubtless r.ew tho suspension ot production for a tew weeks with composure. , SnannMalnanminsuinnnaii.1!1 "' ''tr.", There was no cold ordered for export by to-morrow's steamship. Final sales compare with those ttt yesterday as follows! Jul 1. July 9. July 1. July . A,TftSre. 124 124 Nat Lead pf 004 004 A.T8Fp 26 244 NWcom... U04 1174 AmSRef. .1274 1274 KPaopt... 404 404 AmSRefp.108 1074 NYCent... 102 1024 AraTob.... 774 704 N Cent... 86 86 Am Spit... 114 114 Omaha com 044 04 DrookRT- 284 SO OntftW... 164 164 Canada So 404 604 Pan Mall... 204 30 C.C.CftStL 26 1444 Polir Car-1084 1084 CDftQ.... 84 834 Roeklsland 744 744 CbrsftO... 174 174 Reading.... 224 224 Chlo Oss... 044 044 Read lit pf 474 474 Delftnud.. 1104 1104 ItPeom... 824 834 DftROpf. 424 434 81 Paul p.. .1304 1304 OenKlec... 34 334 6oR'way.. 04 04 Kin A Tex. 134 134 8oR'wsyp C04 204 EsnftTpf. 314 314 TexssPae.. 10 104 LouftNash 614 614TC.IAR.. 244 244 LMlsdsQss 234 244 Union Tao. 04 04 ManhCon.. 014 024 USLeathp 00 004 UlaaftStL 20 21 Wabash.... 64 64 HftfULxdp 61 614 Wabtshpf. 144 16 MoPaclflo.. 20 10'sWUnTol.. 844 844 KstLesd... 304 30 Uorcrnment bonds steadv nt unchanged quo tation. Ilallway bonds firm. Tho features were Ilrooklyn RnpIdTrnnsIt Bs. Colorado Mid land 4s, t. r., Oregon Improvement 5s. lsts L P., Itto Qrnndo Western lsts. Standard Hopo nnd Ttrlno Os, San Antonio nnd Aransas Pass 4s, Atchison, Kansas and Texas Pacific Issues. The more Important net advances were In Ilrooklyn Ilanld Transit 6s, nV cent., to B1"M! Colorado Midland 4, t. r., 1 to fl; Oregon Improvement 6s. lsts I. P., 1 to 81; Wo Grande Western lsts,, I4. to 774, and Standard Itopo and Tnlno Os, 1'4 V cent, to C54. Tho noteworthy declines were In Missouri, Kansas nnd Kastern lsts. 1 V cent., to III San Antonio nnd Aransas Pass Is, s, to D8-a;Texas Paclllo lsts, Oj V cent., to ll'ja. Commercial price of bar silver In Now York, no-tic. Bar silver In London closed at 87 O-llM. Mexican sllvor dollars were quoted at 47vt4B4ic. Kxporta to Europe to-morrow, 4.30,000 ounces. Money on call, 14'32 V cent., closing nt tho higher rate. Timo money is quoted as follows: Sixty days. 2 W cent.: ninety days, 'JU M cent.; four months, a-sV cent.; six months, 3 V cent., and seron months, 3 V cent, on good mixed Stock Exrhango collateral. Commercial paper In better demand. Prime Indorsed bills receiv able are quoted nt 3 V cent., choleo and prlmo single names at 34 V cent., and good names at 4t'44 V cent. Sterling oxchnnge was dull nnd heavy. Posted asking rates for sterling, SH.ftl-4 for long bills nnd fi.Pfl for demamb Actual rates aro: Long bills. 4.S54i?4.80: sight drafts. 4.87. nnd cable transfers, iM.674. Francs are quoted at 0.17a(35.107s for lonir nnd 5.1D'-33.15 for short: reiebsmnrks, H3-9W954, for long nnd O.WitODSi for short: guilders. 40 3-10340Vi for long and 40 3-lft40s for short. Domestic exchange on Now York: Boston 89 10ccntsdicounU Charleston Buying, par: sell ing. s premium. Savannah Bu) ing. 1-10 off; selling, par. New Orleans llnnk, $1.30 pre mium; commercial, par. San Francisco Sigh', 17-a cents premium: telegraph. 80 cents pre mium. St. Louls-85(350 cents premium. Chi cago 85.430 cents premium. Cincinnati Be tween banks, pur, and over counter, 75 cents premium. The imports of dry -roods for the week ending to-day were KM03.1)70. against If3.07(t,384 lost week and S 1.03.322 for the corresponding n eck of last year. Tho amount marketed was 94.834. 714. against 3.0-!U.7U3 lost week and $1,550, 41KI for tho corresponding week of last year. The Chicago, Mllwaukoo and St. Pauliltallway Company reports gross earnings for tho fourth Jjcekof June of $$33,308. an incrcaao of ?33. 315 as compared with the corresponding week last year. For tho month of J line the gross earn ings were S8.718,58. nn Increase of $110,011) as compared with tbo same month last year. Tho Central of Georgia Railroad reports gross earnings for May of $338,328. an increase of SI 8.105 as compared wltn the same month of last) car. and net $68,210, an Increase of 87, 035. For the clevon months ending May 31 tho gross earnings were Xi.tU8.039. a decrease of $93,448 as compared with the corresponding period of last car, and net 1, 574,834. an In crease of ftil.OOI. Tho Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad re ports gross esrnings for May of $153,073. nn In crease of $10,703 as compared with tho same month of lost year, and net $45,7911, an Incrcaao of fcl.041. For the eleven months ending May 31 the gross earnings were -M.H11.DD4. n dc creoso of ?30,717 as compared with I he corre sponding period of last year, and not $748,033. a decrease of $10,904. The Rio Grando Western Railroad reports gross earnings for Mav-of $801,443, a decrease of $7,035 as compared with tho same month ot lost year, and net $82,093. an incrcsseof $4,803. For the eleven months ending May 31 the irross earnings were $8,818,072. a decrease of s-40,839 as compared with the corresponding period of last year, and net $7411.800. a decrease of 9134.933. Tho Oregon Improvement Company reports gross earnings for May of $3(Ki.C(X), an In crease of $37,031 aa compared lth the samo month of lost year, and net $70,579. nn Incrcaso of $41,712. For the six month" ending Mny 31 tbe gross earnings wero $1.5.3,C.'I5, a decreaso of $118 as compsred with the corresponding poriod of last year, and net $802,794. nn In crease of $187,589. Tbe PacIHc Mall Steamship Company reports gross earnings for May of S3aH..T75. an Increaso of $103,477 as compared v. lth tho samo month of last year, and net $110,820. an Increaso ot $98,010. Tho Orogon Railroad and Navigation Com pany reports for May, 1897: Gross earnings, $379,389: operating expenses, $240,300: net earnings. $139,228; otter Income, $130. Total not. $139,001. UratMrett'i reports 7,021 business failures In tho United States In the lx months ended June 30, against 7,008 In the corresponding period of last year, and 0,597 tho previous year. The total liabilities of the firms foiling In tho past six months nro computed at $9:1,050,495, against $105,333,930 In the sime period of Inst year. It. (1. Dun A; Co. report 241 failures In tho United States during tho week ending to day, against 257 In the corresponding week a year ago. The rccoiptsnf tho Government tolny were: Customs. $1,027,091; internal revenue. $43, 108. and miscellaneous, $111,500, a totol of $1,919,708. Ttio disbursements ere $1,308,000, an excess of expenditures ocr receipts of $2,418,238. In the dally Treasury statement to-day s receipts are combined wilh those of yes terday, so thnt the figures for tho Uscol year are tho same as thoso given. The net assets of the Treasury at tho close of business to-day, as otllrinlly louiputed, compare with those of Wednesday as follows: ,. . JunrM July 2. Ooldcoln and bullion. ...140,7',t, 114 tl40,U47,3tO purer dollars and bullion DI.Klsi.sss SI,51I,2in United States notes 35,701,022 88.008,353 Other aF en In exocaa of demand llabllltlts 30,1.11. 1C8 31,300,103 Arsllsbls cash balance. Including sold balance.t?37,42,109 S2ti,852,040 -The stock of the recently orgnnlred National Surety Company was quoted j estcnlny at 803. Money In London, j Vcenl, Rates of dis count In open market for lith short nnd threo months' bills, t.v renU j(ir, mvIccHquote3 V cents at 104 francs 81ij centimes, Kxehango on London 25 francs IOKj centimes. The sales of mining stocks nt tho New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Kxehango to day v. ore as follows : Opei Utah- Low. Ch$ Sain. Kamt. Ing. ttt. til. ina. 100 Barcelona 04 .01 .04 .04 70 Con Cal ft Vs.... 1.G0 1.60 1.50 1,60 BOOCrrcdeftCCk.. .04 .04 .04 .04 1 00 O Creek con 13 3 j3 800 Gould ft Curry.. ,38 '.30 .38 .38 SKSMoulton 25 .25 .26 .26 200 Mount Rosa n j j jj j 00 MoIIle Olbsoa... ,07 .07 !o7 !o7 S00 Pharmacol jj 'j j tl j 'j 100 Sierra Nerada.. ,02 !o2 .02 .02 Totalsales, 1.070 ibaros, COM3IEJICI.il COMPEXD. Friday. July 2.-GnAiN-Whcnt-Rpot was easier. Sales 70,000 bush.. Including 88,000 un graded spring and 32,000 bard Manitoba on private terms freo on board allo.it for export. No. 1 Northern spring in elovalor 10,000 at 74uc. Free on board afloat: No. 1 Northern spring Now York. 70370 '4c; do. Duluth, 77ic.; No. Shard winter. 72tie.;No. 2, do., 71s'471asc Futures advanced sc. to 4c, but lost this and declined luc. to 4c. Future sales 1.493.000 bush., as follows: Opening, lltahtit. Lomil. dating. .ViaAf. July 744 744 744 744 744 8eptmber704 704 ej 7ui: 70! Dccembrr.714 784 71J 714 714 Barley Waa Inactive. New feeding, 88i4e.. coil and freight to Iluflalo; malting, 3fn4tt , a to qual ity, lire Was In fair demand. Bute. SIOe.iNo. 2 JVXiS,"1.' 8Sv co" mD(X lb to Buffalo, hairs 18.000 bulb. Cora-Spot was Drm. B1m 18,000 buih. ungraded on prlrate teriast 40,000 No. 2 nilird at 804c.. sad 75,000 do. at BOi.aaov., free on lMU'1, t0I export. No. 2 mixed la Heritor quoted KHa;, Futures advanced 4e. to 4c. Future sales 108,000 busb., as follow.; Jtolf . SiW' m9b!"' ov"'. Cloilng. .Mont, July 884 irsr, 884 vti 2i August.. .30 80 30 ju'! !f! Bptember304 80', 304 304 804 Oats Spot was steady. 8s1m340,000 bush.. Including 800.000 No. a whlM clipped nn prints terms for ex ??" J'Si." wh,l,8tc.iNo. ado..4e.No.8whll clipped, 8540.1 No. a do., 844o.i No. 3 mixed, 5,000 st 814e,i No. 8 do., gle.i rejected mlxr.1, aoe.i do. white, 38C.I No. 3 mixed, delivered, 834c.i trick mixed, 83l8So.i track white, 85,000 at g5(35c. Futures declined 4a Future sales 0.000 bush., as follows: Uitt Opining. Iltghut, Lomtl. dating. Klukl. ptsmber3t4 814 814 814 -h Tns speotdstlon In wheat to-day was dull and In the matnofaloealsealplsgcatura. A nnt prices advanced sllgbtly. Liverpool was higher, Uorue foreign buying orders were rvcclrod, ana there was very Utile wheat $ tAv-!-!.. tll itjiftif,' 'rife'." i--.-s.-j off sred for sals. When the first pressure to buy had been satisfied , bowrver, prices reacted In the absence of support and slowly needed, closing st a slight net decllna for tne day. Liverpool advanced 4d. Parts was qnlet and easier. The Northwestern reeeltts wers larger than last year, being 883 ears, against 887 last week and 107 Isat year, Chicago received 8 ran, against 10 lal wetk and 41 last year. The Minneapolis and Dululh stocks am ex pected to decrease 7AU.000 bush, fur the week. Corn was Orm. Reports of hot winds In Kanias Induced shorts to cover. 1,'verpool advanced 4d. Chicago reoelved 4K0car and expects 850 to-morrow. Oats wen dull and easier. Chicaeo received 833 ears and expects 300 to-raorrow. The New York Produce Exchange will be closed to morrow. Chicago, July a" Wheat was nat urally Inactive to-lay owing to the approaching holidays. The opening was tarns and unchanged from yesterday's closing prices. There was a frac tional advance on local buying on the firmer tone to Liverpool quotations, which gained 4renC. for the day, and the higher corn market. Thero was not sufficient trade, however, to prevent the mar ket from sagging. A break or over a cent st Bt. Louts In September caused the Into weak ness here, early buyers being the sellers. July showed mom strength than was expected, considering the lltieral deliveries of cash wheat yesterday afternoon, 885,000 bush, A Wichita special said that them would be a large movement of new wheat from tbat section next week. Minneapolis anil Duluth esti mated a net decrease of HOO.000 huih. In their stocks this week. Tbe trade Is looking tor 1,500,000 bush, decreaso In the visible Tuesday, Tho closing was tame, with prices 4c. lower than yes terday. Com High temperatures West ami fears that the Intervening three days might be dry and hot caused considerable cohering. Them were claims of hot winds In Kansas, uneon flrnied. The Western weather seems to be of the typi cal corn sort. Receipts were 480 cars, with 530 esti mated for Saturday. Cables wero unchanged. Mani ples were 4c. blgliert seaboard clearances 334,000 buh. The shipping demand for nata does not Im prove. The July dls.-nunt Increased 4c today. Sam ples keep weak. Themis no Important trade either way. ruber condition! keen faroralile." Kiovn Waa qnlet and taster, In sympathy with wheat. Salsa 7,1100 bbls. UarrtU. Surtrs. Rrrelpta 7,1!)0 ll.tlfll Exports 10,817 S2,ue0 Winter, In bbls.: Superfine, S8.n0(tS No. 8 extra, 3 !3(,;i 35: No. 1 extra. 43.40(41:) 55: clears. S3.40 tS3.5Si straights, t3.hl)i4Sli patents. S1..1&.)t4.n5. Cottox spot cotton here was unchanged, with nlrsnftist bales ror export and 8.848 for spinning. Middling uplands 7V. against 7 7-IOc. last yeari 1 New Orleans and Oulf Vc., against 7 11-llle. last fear, (lalveston advanced 1-1 Oj.: Wilmington, Nor olk, Raltlmorr. and Kt. Lonta adranccd V. New Or leans sold Son. Auguita 384, (lalveston HO. and Nor folk and St. Louis 8 bales. Liverpool advanced l-IOd. on the spot, w lth sales of 18.000 luleit future thero advanced 34 to 44 points, closing trely steady. The LlTerpool spot sales for the week were itn.ooi) bales. Including 58,000 American, against 411,0110 In tbe pmrloui week, of which 44,000 were American, and 60.1)00 last year, including 58.000 American! atorts 1)44,000. Including 810,1100 American, against I.0011.000 In the previous week, of which 85l,n0' wero American, and 840.000 lait year. Including 8U11.000 American. In Manchester full prices viero In. tiled upon for yarns, but business was small: cloths, order at low limits. The receipts at the ports tivday were 771 bales, acalust 8IU last week and 1st last veari total ror the week. 3.NMI lules, against 8.051 last week and 5,104 last year. The exports from the ort ssrre 4,080 hales. The total Interior receipts for the week were 4,084 bales, against H,70s lest week and Jl.HIS last year: ibtpmenla. 10.046, agalnit 81,301 last week and 10,587 last year: itooki. 51,838, assln.t AS,U81 last week and Dtl.187 last year. New Orleans advanced 7 to 1 1 li!uts. Futures hero advanced ft to 8 points, reacted, and closed barely steady, with prices unchanged to 8 points higher for tha day, with lairs of 153,700 bales. The future trading was as follows: Clntxng. Utghett. Lottt. .s'ules. July 7.4MH7.I5 7.50 7.44 7,000 August 7.44(. . . 7.60 7.44 S5.5UI) 8eptember..7.87s7.8H 7.. 7.88 lv.tton October .7.13iA7.l4 7.1M 7.13 88.100 November.. 7.1047.ll 7.I1I 7.uu 8!,non December.. .7.13W7.1 1 7.10 7.18 88.600 January.. ..7.1ll.7.17 7.8'i 7.14 88.800 March 7.83(i7.83 7.8D 7.84 8.400 The cotton market waa feverish today and prices were easily Influenced by a few orders either way. The fluctuations In prices were frequent, but were confined within a narrow range, with the tendency upward. The principal factor lu tbe rise was tho LUerpool news. Th n. too, further complaints of hot and dry weather wero received, and nervous shorts covered. Llrerpool loth liought and sold here and tbe South sent some buvlng orders, w hlle tbe rise In Southern siwt quotations also contributed to strengthen tbe tone. Some operators hero claim that the complaints of dry weather am exaggerated. At any rate, there was verj little disposition to make bort sales to-day and the buying waa of a good character. Tnere was considerable reallrlng on tho advance, but the offerings wero readily absorbed. A few scattered showers wem reported to-aay, but In most parts of the cotton llt the w alher was hot and clear. The temp rnturo table this morning showed minimum temperature ranging from 70- to 88' and maximum from U8- to 108". Rofiira the chwe, however, most of Ihe Improvement v. as lost on free aelltu to secure profits. Hoj.ton, Tex.. Juno 88. "The dry hot weather the nrst fow ilnj-s of the week was tnerr!al to cotton In northern Tcxr.. but sot considered favorable In south and ceutrat Texas. Refreihlngshowen fell the latter rart of the week In south, southnest, and central Texas, Just In timo to make outlook very promis ing, but were Insufficient in central Texas. Cuero reports good rain has brokeu excessive hotIll of past week, and we expect our "first bale " to como In about July 1 0. Crop generally two or three sveeks Isle." Navoaota. Tex. Juno 88. "Cotton Is progressing nicely In this section, especial ly In tho ItraziiS liottoin. where It looks remarkably well. Although the weather haa been dry ror the past ten days. Acids are not suffering for want of rain yet. Th weather haa been all that could tie desired, and with somo good showers next month tho yield wllleual 18114." Scotland Neck. N. C June 20 "To-day we received tho nrst bloom, as against June 81 last year, so we are not as late as was generally siiprmred. Crop looking well. Had a good rain on ti.e 8hlh " The New York Cotton Exchange will be closed to morrow Conn-Rloon tbe ipot waa dull but steady: No. 7, J.C Sales 800 bans MnrscalUi on private terms. Tbe future trading was as follow : .Wei. JItghrtt. Loirftl Cloilng. January 60J 7 111 7.10 7.107.13 March 8.0110 7.80 7.80 7.13i7 80 Slay . ... 1.000 . . ,. 7.8OM7.H0 Augut 1.000 6S5 8 85 0.73St0O Septembcr...4.000 8.U5 B.B3 n PflKil.ns October 500 ... . . n OKw'.OO December. ..7.7C0 7.10 7.05 7.03(47.10 Futures here closed steady, with prices unchanged 10 D polnti lower. The sales were 16,750 bags. Havre declined 4f. Hamburg was unchanged to 4 pre. lower Rio advanced 1U0 rels, receipts, 10,000; ex rhinge. 74d., a di-cltne of 1 I8d. bantna svas un changed: receipts 15.000. European rabies tivclav were caster, and Enropo sold hero, , nut prices ruled steady on local surport. Pnoi-isiow Lard lower. Prime, si. 80 Pork lnae tlve and lower Mess, $ SAitfc 73. Tallow, a 1-I0 8h.c. llutler Creamery, Western, 15c Egs State frcsb gathered, Hull 4c. Chicago. July 8. -lTo-visions were fairly active, w lth a good trade, prices ruling lower !ecauae of liberal hog receipts and tho stocks put llshed ihowlng somewhst Isrgrr slock of rlti here than si as expcclcl. iMtl WM rather firmly held, with heavy buying by romml.s'on houses. Pa ken reported some Improvement In tho cash de mand for mrata; 8.1.000 hojs are estlmat-d ror to morrow. 83.000 Monday, 170,000 next week, and 630,000 for the month." Rraan Raw dull, but steady; 80 ten, Sc.: 00" test. 84e Refined quiet. ToBicro slei of 350 eases 1SP3 Zlmmers nt lfti-iloc.; lou rases lNiu Wisconsin Havana nt Oa; 850 cases do. on private terms; 800 cases 105 New England Havana at 17(88c.i 10(1 cases ln05 Penn sylvania Havana at 84c; 100 rases 18U1 do. at I801 100 rasei lundrlei at B'-!!4e.i 330 bales Havana at . Oasi.lo Inl-ond, and 800 bales Sumatra In bond at tl.80'483.05. ""Unas CiucAuo, July 8. Theso wero today's prices: Opening. Ulohett. jLouv.t. doting. Ktghl. Jnly.... Bf)4 804 814 884 84 Sept.... 044 85 844 844 844 Dec.now 084 084 80 60 604 July.... 844 884 844 844 844 Sept.... 864 884 H84 sl jftrl Dec. ... 87 874 87 874 804 Ours; " July.... 174 174 17 174 174 Sept .. 174 174 174 174 174 lAird: July.... 4.074 4.10 4.05 4.05 4.10 Js.pt ..4.80 4.884 4.184 4.184 4.80 wf'i: Julr. .,4.83 4.33 4.35 4.374 4.47U Sept 4.584 4.584 4,45 4.45 4.57? July....7.B74 7.874 87.374 7.!10 7.874 Sept.... 7.80 7.1J4 7,05 7.;0 7.60 Mrn MlorU Market. Nrw Vnnx. Frldiy, July 8 Receipts of beeves wero 8,4,'iH head. Imludlug 811 cars ror export :i7 for slaughlcmn, ami 18 inrs for the mr-itet. Firm and asliade higher for nearly all gradcs.am II wanted Hloerasoldat 4.:tlla5.lll f 160 si.oi.iiat S'l HO (41, bulls at I8.IHK4S4, cow at $4.85it3 85 Cllv drrieod uatlso rldis, nsiH4v. V . Cable un changed. Exports to-day none; to-morruw, l,6si cattle and 4, t;:iqusrtersir lTef. Receipts of calves svern 378 head. 43.1 bead on sale Market qnlet and easier, but the peni were cleared ronr to prime veals sold at tli4tn,184 0(l Bs 1 buttermilk calvil at Sill mixed do. 3.503.684. City dresseil veali firm at mir i0c. . Itecelpta of iheep and lamlu. Including 84 ears direct, wem 8.54H head. There were 36 cars on sale. Sheen slow and a fraction loweri lambs declined Sr.St.'.Oc,, and 54 cars were carried over. Poor to good sheep sold at 8.5(ifl 5 V inn n. ;cuiu us low as 8; common to extra prime limbs at 4,75it(l. Iimsseil mutton weak at 3474c-i dressed lamU at 7411040. p r, llec'lpti of hnji wore 3,818 liead. Including 887 head for sale. Market lower st S3.U0ai4.15 y 100 ns. Ileal I'.sloto Private Sales. Thooias 8. Krennan haa sold for Gordon Ilrothers to E. M. Iott the flvc-stcry flat Iioum and 1 tores, 37 ax 88 0x1(10, No. 404 Amsterdam avenue, between Eighty-second street and Eighty third street. Hall J. How A Co. havo sold for Mcintosh A Partlno to Martin Lojjan the nvo-stnry brownitone front flat bouse No. 131 West 108th street at about $37,000 Mrton A Rogeri have sold f.,r Mrs Hannah A. Illg. gins to Wright, (lilies ft Uro. of Washington Heights the block, 800 fret fronting on Tweinh avenue and 810 feet on tho New York Central and Hudson River Railroad. b-Lwe.n 134th and 131th streets. Hernhard Mrtirsr haa sold Noa. 88, 830, and 838 East Eighty-fourth street, tbrco four story tint houici on plot 60 10x108 8i also bai sold to the Ernst Marx syndicate a lot 86x100, on tho north side of Seientr llxth street, 148 feet east of Asenue A. Charles nrtmth Moses haa sold fur the Emit Marx syndicate No 334 West Kavent) -seventh itreet, S8x 70x103.3, a five-story hrtrk and stone American base ment dwelling, for S50.000. Ileal Kstate Auction Ma lea. At the inroad war Salesroom yesterday Richard V. Harnett A Co. sold No. 5(17 West Kn I avenue, 88 5 feet south of Nlui ty-thlr 1 itrret. a flvr itory brick dwelling, lot rum south 8lx84:i.7x southeast V I Ix 817.4X north I3x west 81. 8x north 6.8x northwest 4,tix ive.l lo.llx north 5. Ox west 38 tu beginning foreclosure silr, to A. E, Daly for Si8,6l4. l'etor F. SIeer A Co. sold, Wrstcbrster, msp of Given llomriiead. lota Nos. 1 to 103 Inclusive, and lou Nos. W.I to 137 Inclusive, foreclosure ialo, 10 the plalntirr, Theresa Lynch, for SI8I.5I8, 1'hirnli Ingraliam A Co. aold, Amsterdam avenue, east aide. 183 feet south 133d street. 85x100, vacant lots, lurtclosure sole, to E, c. Stone, for 17,600. SA( sSjtlv,- ''iiiim',! ,111 fa)iS ir?'.r'1j eitllsBCtnl. CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS AND PADUGAH RAIL WAY COMPANY Flvo Per Cent. First Mtgo. Gold Bonds. itKiirMPTiov AtrrirK. Notice Is hereby given that tbe Chlraro, St. Louis and Padncah nallwsy Company has elected and de termined to call ll and redeem before maturity each and all of Its Five Per Cent. First Mortgage Odd Ponds, dated September 1st, 1887, and Issued under and secured by mortgage of the same dale to Spencer Traak and Edward F. Leonard, as Tru tiers, and that It Intends to mako such redemption and payment on the nrst day of September. 1897. at Its office or agency la the city of New York, nsmtlr. No. 814 Broadway, by paying to the holder or holders of said bonds the principal thereof and Interest then accrued thereon, together ss lth a premium of flvo per cent. 00 such principal sum. Dated St. Louli Missouri. June Rd, 1897. Br ardor or tbe lloitrst of Illrectors, W. V. tltttlKX, Hrrrelary. ITS7 MUNICIPAL P UN lid AIWAYS ON HAND. B.EB.AND, TOWLE & 00. MAX H Kit's. NEW YORK AND BOSTON. Union Pacific Railway Co. h Collateraljrust Bonds. couru&s n 11: ji;i.v i. ihot. Of nbovoiinincil linndn win bo paid tin ami nftcr TUESDAY, July 6, 1897, AT THE OFMt'R Of The New England Trnst Company 85 PevoiiHliIro St., Iloston, Mans. tSnvlnjjis $anh0. INSTITUTIONFOiTThiTSrWi ov .Tir.itcuAvrs' clkiius. NO. 80 UNION SQUATtE. A dividend for the six months and the three months ending June BO. IsiOT.has been declared to all de positors entitled thereto under the by-laws, at the rate of Three, and one-balr percent, per annum. on sums from S3 to $3,000, payablo on and after July to, lssOT, Money deposited on or before July lo will drmvr Interest rront July 1. Isrpoalls are received from all persons and net exclusively from Irirrchnnts Clerks. bank open dally, holidays excepted, from 10 A. U. to 3 P. 21.; Saturdays from 10 A.M. to 12 noon. ANI1REW WaHNF.R. President. JAltr.H M. CONSTABLE. ) vt-.psf. FKANK M. HUKLIIUT. vlce-Prealdents. QF.OItOE Q. WILUAMS. Treasurer. MANHATTAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION O. OSS DnOADlTAT. NEW TORE, June 31st, 1SST. OSnd Seml-Annnal DlTldend. The Trustees of this Institution have declared ln tereit at the rate ot 3 ig percent, per annum on all sums not exceeding $3,000 remaining on deposit during the three or six months ending on the 80th Inst., payable on and after the third Monday In July next. JOSEPH DI11D, President. rRANK O. STILES. Secretary, DRY DOCK SAVINGS INSTITUTION, 311 and 843 BOWEIIV, N. Y. The trustees hase declared a dividend for the six months ending June 3Cth, lt7, on all deposits en titled thereto under the bylaws, at the rate of Four percent, per annum on sums of S5Q0 and under, and on the rzrrrt of S300, not exceeding 11,000 In all, at the rale of Three per cent, per annum, payable ou and after July ltitb. 1S07. Deposits made on or before July.lOth will be en titled to Interest from July 1st. 1R07. ANtlHEW HILLS, President. CflAIlLES MIEnLINO, Secretary. WILLIAM P. PATTERSON. Asst. Secretary. Union Dime Savings Institution, IIItOAT) WAY. 321) ST. & SIXTH AVENUE, GIIEELKY SQUARE. NEW YOItK. Interest credited July 1st payable Jnly 15th, or any time later. Unto: FOUItpcr cent, from 5 to 1.(KK). THREE per cenL on tho ex cess Up to Ifll.lMKI. Monoy deposited before July 10th draws Interest from the llrsL fllAKLEd E. SPHAGUE, President Oeorok N. llirtnsAU. Treasurer. FfiANciH M. Lkakb. Secretary. NORTH RIVER SAVINGS BANK, 2C West 34th street (near Eighth avenue). 63d SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. The Hoard of Trustees have directed that Interest bs credited depositors on June ao. 18U7, atthe rate of THREE ANll ONE-HALF PER CENT, per annum oa sums of $3.00 to (3,000. Deposits made on or before July 10 will draw Inter est from July 1. SAMUEL D. STYLES, President ALEXANDER C. MILNE. Treasurer. THE NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK, HTH AV., COR. 14TH ST. Tho trustees have ordered that tho Intereit to be credited lo depositors July 1, thll7, shall be at the rate of FOUfl PEK CENT. Pl'.ll ANNUM on all mmi from (5 to (.1,000, Deposits mado on or before July 10 will draw laterest from July 1, FItr.IiEIIICK lll'OIISON, President. Itt'Frs II. WOOD. Treasurer. WILLIAM FKLMNOKH, Secretary; flMlE DANK roil 8AV1NOS, X ISO FOI7KTII AVF.SIT. NEW VOftK. i JlllV 1. 1H07 1 THE POAttl) OF TKl'STF.F.S HAVE IIKl.'L4.RF.D the usual Interest under tbo provisions of the by laws for the ilx months ending June a i, as follows: At tbo rule of FOUR (I) l'Hl CENT. i-r annum on all sums of . and upward, not exieedlng glt.Uitu, psyabln on and arter tbo third Monday, twliig the lliihilay of this month. The Interest la carried al once to the credit nf de positors as principal on tho lit Inst., where It Hands exactly iss a deposit. It will !o entered on the passlMKiks at any timo svht'U required ou and after the luth Inst. MKIlltITT TUIM1II.E, President. ROBERT sIIOLT. .secretary Hl'.t HTV.MM'IITMs:SII.t'.l, lllllllKMlT On and after July III, lm7, lutirr.l at the rule of THREE AND OM' HALF per cent, per annum lll be paid to depositors entitled then to on all sums of tr, to t.l.llOn Mouey de.ttid on nr before the loth, svlll draw Inten.l from the 1st of Jul) Hank open from 10 A. M Hi, 'IP M dally, and .Monday evening from n to s oYloex noses at IV M on atllduy Assets, t, Olitl. IIIU.-JT, Hiirpln.. H Kl.Otn.sa A. II ltXF.lt, l-rea. Vsll.I,ll ;. 4(1M(I.I, Sec. ""harlem savings" bankT" atttll and M-JHI llilril us., rnr. 1-Jtlli t. The trustees direct that the usual semb annual dlvl. dend U petd to all ilriltrir iniHUil thereto, at ths rate of lul'll er rent n r annum, on all sums from 3 U0 In Sl.OUtl, and THREE per e III. on Ihe excess to :l,liliu, paiable on or after Jul to. Money de. posltMl on or before Jul in still drvw Intenst from July 1 rilAlfl.l'.S II TOOKER, President. l HOMER HART. M-crrtury. June a. imi7. SsV'i'fiils anil 3futrrcj3t. " SI.IISO CiAN AMI Kl.rlTltlf fOIIP.tM-. JI.VHIhON, Wis., June gOlh. I1-U7, A dlvhlend of two er cent on IliecAiltnistueg of IhliCoinpiuy hrui Uen du-lared, pavablo July Joih 1BSI7. lo .tiKkhoi.icrs of rccipl at the closeuf I usl ness July wth, 117 The transrer limits sslll closo at the rinse of buil. ness Jul) tub, 1-U7, and rrolxn J'll .'1st, IK07 Checks will bo mailed. W F Imt'THIRT. Treasurer. rPHE COLUMIIt'H. IKX'KINU VALLEY AND TOLEDO J- RAILWAY COMPANY N MuNaAltllAT, RECEIVER. Coupons duo July 1. ln7, on tho Ohio Land and Ilallway Company's l'urchase Money mortgage a tr cent, bonds n 111 he paid on and after July a, upon presentation at the ortlce of the btate Trust Company. 100 Broadway, New York. ' N. MONSARUAT. llccelrer I C0LUU11C8, 0U10, July 1, 7. "" Sit'ifltmlg ana gnterm. I Omishis A St. lout, rtallway 4'ompanr. I On and after July 1. 1HB7, tho Ousranty Trorl Company of New Yorkwlllpay SI3 on each eertlfl. S.'"!!,"1 ,'T." Jr. Omaha HI. Isiuli Railway Orst mortgage londs densi, under the liondhold- f,rA ",5,c"!', T,"u " Kmlen lUkMevelt, Cornelius U. OoM. ami Francis Smith. Committee. """" H Dated June no, 1 HB7. OUA1UNTY TRtlST COMPANY. Sal lly 11. A, MURRAY. Treasure. ' fiats rrnnet.ro .t nrlh Pnrinc ilallwnr Os. H i siW 15V ! ' "f '.h.' i1""10 railway, maturing July 'J ': .w.'!,Jn11' on ml sfur that dale at the omcr of LAIIENDtita, THALJIANN A CO.. 40 Wsjl ct ew ork. M . . OPNEWAOKK. ' v. Jll!'.-.''i,or, ll"Tr declared a DIVIDEND of TIIRBB rF.KCL.NT. upon the capital stock ratable July o. 1"11" CHAS, s. IIAUTOW, President. SPubHc aiotirrg. I posT orncE soncr- I (Should lie read DAILY by all Interested, as changes may occur at any time.) -. aH TRANfUTLANTIPMAII.t. I 8AfURDAY.-At 6 A M for EUROPE, per steam- I shlpLuesnlas.slagueeuiKnsn tlelt.rs for Frane Rtvttirrlaml, Italy. !-paln, Portugal, Turkey. rsopi, anil British India must Ik- directed "tier H Lueanla")) at 7 A. SI. for I RASCK. RWITZI.R- LAND. ITALY, SPAIN, PHUTUoVu TUUKEy! I f.OYIT. and llRITWII INDIA, jVr steam.hlp lJl Touralue. via Havre (letters for other Parts of KlirofHi nitisl Im directed 'p r L.-l Tourattm"lt afl at 8 A. M. for NKTIIERLANIi-, direct. ir iteari! , ship Ma.tMlam, sla Roiienlain (letters mint be directed "r Mnasdmr'i; at i A. M. fiir H OENOA. per itcanuhlp Werra (letters must lie sal directed "tier Werra "M at lo a M for SCOT- H LAM) direct, per stsamshlp Cltv or Rome, via H Ulasgow (letters must bo directed MerCllyof H ltome")t st 11 A.M for NORWAY direct, per sal steamship Island (letters must bo directed per H Island"). H PRINTED MATTER. Ac. Oermsn steamers sailing 9 onTuosdsyi tak Printed Mailer, Ac., for Oer- H tiianv, ami Spnially Addn-ssed Prlnteil Matter, H i. for other parts or Kurie, American and White Star steamers on Weilnesdass, Uermsa H sli amers on Thursdays, and Cuuard. yrench and H Oerman steamers on Saturdays take Printed Mat- ter, Ac., for all countries for which they are ad- vertlsod to carry mall. After the closing ot the supplementary transatlantla I malls uained sliove. additional supplementary H malls are opened on the piers of the American, Engllib, French and Herman steamers, and re- H main open until within ten minutes otthe hour ot s&lllug of steamer. MAILS FOR SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA. I WEsT INDIES. c. 8ATUHDAY.-At R.SO A. Jl. for BRAZIL and LA Dai PLATA COUNTRIES, per steamship Hrvellui, via Pernambuco. ltahla. and Rio Janeiro (tetters to North Braill must be directed "iwr Hesellus")iat 10 A. M. (lupplcmentary 10,80 A. M.) for FOR- M TUNE INLAND, JAMAICA. SAVANILLA. and H CARTHAOFNA. persteamihlp Adirondack (letters for Costa Rica must lw directed "per Adlron- sal docs")! at 10 A. M. (supplementary 10:30 A. M.) for HAITI, per steamship Andeij at 10:30 A. M. for CAMPECHE. CHIAPAS. TABASCO, and TU- CATAN, per steamship Saratoga (letters for other parts of Mexico and for Cuba must he directed "per Saratoga")! at 11 A. M. (supplementary sal 1 1 :D0 A. M.l for VENEZUEIJt and CURACAO. also SAVANILLA and CARTHAOENA. via Cura. caotier steamship Caracas: at II A. M. for 8T. H KnTS.OUADELOUPE, MARTINIQUE, and BAIV DADOS, per steamship Talisman; at 11 A. XL for DEMEUARA direct, per steamship TJomo. Halls for Newfoundland, by rail to Halifax, and 'I thence by steamer, close at thlaofllce dally at 8:80 . P.M. Malls tor Mlquelon. by rail to Boston, and Dai thence by steam. r. close at thlsorrice dally at 8:39 '' P.M. Malla for Cuba close at this ortlce dally al 7:00 A. M for forwanllng by steamers sailing (MonCays and Thursdays) from Port Tampa, Fla. Malls for Mexico City, overland, unless specially addressed for despatch by sU'amer, cloie at this H office dally at it::)U A. M. and 2:30 P. M. Ulegls- H tered mall closes at 0:00 p. M. previous day. TRANS PACIFIC MAILS. Malls for China and Japan, per steamship Victoria (from Tacoina), close here dally up to July 18 Bai at 0:30 P. M. Malla for China. Japan, and na- wall, per it-amsblp City of Peking (from San Francisco), close here dally up to July 11 at H 0:30 P. M. Malli for Australia (except West Australia. Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per , steamship Warriruoo (rrom Vancouver), close sal here dally after June ill) nnd up to Julr 1 at (l.HU P. M. Mails for China and Japan (specially addressed only), per steamship F.m- Sress of China (from Yancoavrn, close here ally up to July l.'i nt 6:30 P. M. Malls H for Hawaii, per steamship Australia (from Son H Francisco), close here dally up to July 7 at 8:30 P.M. Malla for Australia (except those for Weil H Australia, which are forwarded s la Europe), New Zealand. Hawaii. FIJI and Samoan Islands, per steamship Moana (from Sau Francisco), close Sai here dally up to July 117 at 7:30 A M.. 11A.M.. and 0:30 P. M. (or on arrival at Sew York of steamship Umbrla svttb British malls for Ans- tralla). Malls for the Society I'landi. per ship City of Papeltt (from San f ranclsco). close here ' dally up to July 25 at 0:30 P. M. Trans-Paclnc malls are rorwarded lo port of sailing dally, and the schedule of closing Is arranged oa tba) H presumption or their unlnternipted overland transit. H UtegUUred mail closes at 0 P. M. previous day. CORNEUUS VAN COTT, Postmaster. H Post Omce. New York. N. Y July 2. 1 SU7. H IT HAVIN'O BECOME NECESSARY to provide suit- able oftlcea for the several branches of the City M Oovernment now occupying tho brownitone bulla- H Ing In the city Hall Park, via., the Sheriffs office, tbe First Judicial District Court and tbe Department ot M Street Cleaning, the undenilgnrd, a Committee of the Jfl Commissioners of the sinking Fund, request that pro- IU pesats for leasing such offices In tbe vicinity of the H City Hall be transmitted to tbe Comptroller at his H ofllce. No. 210 Urosdsvay. The amount of space re- B quired may be approximately aacertalned by exam- H Inatlou of the omces now In use In the brownstoas) H building. ASIIREL P. FITCH. Comptroller. ANON O. McCOOK, Chamberlain. JOHN T. OAKLEY. H Chairman Committee on Finance, Board of Aldermsa, H gropounls. I COMMISSIONERS OF THE SINKINO FUND. I 1HV7. M TO CONTRACTORS. PROPOSALS for furnishing materials and perfomy Ing work In tbe erection of an addition to the pub- H He building In Crotona Park, near Third avenue, H In the Twenty-fourth ward of tbe city of New York, nursuant to chapter 404, Laws of 180S. H BIDS FOR THE ENTIRE WORK ONLY WILL BB RECEIVED. SEALED ESTIMATES for the above work. Indorsed with the above title, also with the name or tne person H or persons making the same, and tbe date or prcsenta- H thin, will be received atthe office of tho Comptroller, H Rooms Nos, 14and IS. Finance Department, htewaii H Building, No. 2fi0 Broadts ay. In the City of New York, H unttl 12 o'clock M. on Wednenlay. Julr 14th, ln7. . at which place and hour the bids will be publicly opened by and In the presence of the Commissioners H of the Sinking Fund, and read, and tho award of the H contract. If awarded, will be made to the lowest bid- H der, with adequato security, as soon thereafter as H practicable. Tho person or persons to whom w ths contract may le awarded wilt be required to attend at the oflloe of tho Depart- 1 ment of Mreet Imprtivements of the Twenty- tblnl and Twenty.fourth wards, with the sureties offered by him or them, and execute the contract within (lso days from tho date of the service of a notice to that efrcct, and In easo of failure or neglect so to do, he or they will be considered as having abandonrd It, and as In default to the corporation, and thereuimn the work shall lie roadvertlscd aud re let, and so on until tho contract Is accepted and ex ectitid. The svork to commence at such time as the Commissioner of .street Improsementsof the Twenty third and Twrntt-fourth wanls mav designate, N. B. Permission will not lie glsen for the with drawal of aur Md or estimate, and the right Is ex pressly reserved by the Commissioners of the SlnklnsT Fund to reject all estlmatis should ther deem It to tho publle Interest to do so. No bid sviu lit aoeeptsd from or contract awarded to any person who Is In arrears to the Cori-oratleu Uhiu itibt or contract, of who Is a detaulter, as surety or otherwise, u-on any obligation to the Corporation. The entire work to lie completed within one hun dred and fifty du)s after the notice tnrommsuce work has been glsen by the Commissioner of Street Im provement of the Tncuty-th.rd aud Twenty-fourth wards. The amount of security required is FORTY-FIVB THOUSAND DOLLARS. Blank forms of estimates nnd further Information, If de.lred. also the form of agri-emml. Including the aiiec Ideations for tbe work, .-an I- olitalued at the onk-e of theC'omnlroller, .So. y-li llriudnity. The plans and netalliil drtis lugs csti U si-en at the oftlcs of Mr. (leorge B 1'o.t, Archile !. No. 83 Fast Seventeenth itreet, where all Information rrlutlve thereto ran be obtained. For full Information see City Record, New York. July 1st. 1 107. WILLIAM I. STIIONO, 1 Slavor; JOHN W. liOlF. RHCurderi ASnilEL P. FITi II. Commissioners Ciimiitrollrr; of the ANSON O. MiCOilK, Sinking Fund, 1 chamtMrlalnt - JonN T. OAK LEY. Chairman Cuinmltteeon Finance, Board of Aldermen i J stlftsirat. A TTI'NTIOS -I'LDDR (IIII.N'DLI'.IIU t DI-ATEUNt J. VEUSITV OF THE LITY OF .NEW YOItK. S1EI1I. CALDEI'tRIMlNV, U1 YFAI'.I A Nl'r.CI VL1ST I.H DlhEASF-S OF MEN. OLD DR (HUNIll.F. has lieen lou.-tr eslulill-litil and liit h.tlinore ixpulciue tbaa ! any nf lit r advertising ph slclan. illy pars prove this, I'mler his atlentlnc treatment bliss) iid sklu die-ea-i , pains lit Uiiiet. rid sot.. sore throat and niouth, ulrin,, painful ini'lUngs kidney and Idaddtr com plaints, scalilug lunaminatliiti. gravel, undeveloped urgins, back, Iji Unlit), are sredlly, perma iieiitt) i-iirtd Men alMiut lo iiim r) should consult OLO HI. uI.I.MU.F Fvrrj initiiMirui rrm.ivrd '-ufTrrt-n, do ua v..telliii. l.l iiKlessskllfjl pt.) slclaus. Hs nirinUr. (il.ii Id ORIMill ri-siir fulls OFFICK OVFlt IA YEARS al Ul We.t Wtli.t. 'rlween Urn audilhavs. Adrlrp frr- Mrdh-lLe SI. Hours, U to V, bunds) , u to :i No i barge unless cured. "!. Hit. lillKt. 4.1 irsr. u spt-elnllsl lis dls. easea or meis tnly, iul kest permaneiit cure guar anteeil la all diseases or mone) r funded IIIimki ik. son, sklu dl.i as.-., kllnf) and bladder trouble, weak ness, nervous debility, .irrnrsof jouth, bad drvams, weak, undes eloietl orgtn. linisdimei.t to marriage, Ao. He sv.f, consult the ouly old siH-clallat lu this rlty. Cimivtiser35 yean at 1VU lat 17lh st., near Union S'lusre. Hours t to Oi suu.lais u toll, tlen tlfio trratinrut and ailrlco free. Medicine only 50c ' . . MI'IfKruT lrll-)l tKT tl'IIH In diseases nf men, daigrrous casei lollclledi rtllef at nncei Ibose tleilrlng only flrilclass sidentlrle Irsat meut should tall. TheleadlngapMiisiut, Dr. Bonsehur. 127 West VVdst ; Uto3, Utull. buudays, 10 ton, A-Dlt CO.SRS. D'S SANITARIUM, U7 vYst""-)!! st. (formerly .14th st.), Telephone V04 86lh ss. Consultatluu, U to W, ' V A.-A.-DIt. BLfSN'S Saalisxlunl 17T Wesi iA 47th it, near Broad waji w ismalaaMaa-. -A. if sijt.... .