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' TUB BXRLTX XJLXXAOJLB XJUA I A controversy wbloh Is extremely Interestlne to all bolder of itock In railroad companies whopropertleftrs leased to other rallrod com panics, has arisen between the New York Gen trel Railroad Company and the Now York and Harlem IUUroart Company over the construction o certain provisions In tho leaao of tho Harlem road to the Central company. In April, 1873, the Bulcm company mode to the Contra! company a leaie for a term of 4.01 yean of to much of the Ilarleni road ai Ilea north of Forty-iocond street. Including: the Grand Central Depot. Aa rental the Central agreed to pay the Harlem stockhold n dividends on their $10,000,000 of (took of 8 per cent, per annum, and to pay, moreoTor, all taxes, assessments, and Interost for which the property leased from the Harlem company was liable. Then followed these provisions: rmn-Ths said party of the Art I part (Harlem eevmants mil agree that It will not, anrlns the con tlnaano of thl contract, authorise, create, or lata any stock or bonds additional to the amounts thereof respeottvtly, bow authorized or outstanding, at hsra rabefor stated, exoapt at the request or upon the da mud of the tsM party of the second part Central, aa wrlaatter set forth. SixTB-The said party of the second part (Central covenant and agrees that It will pay the principal of til the bonds described In said schedule A," other than the bonds thereto detorlbed at Consolidated Kong!." dne May 1, 1000, as they shall respectively mature aod be presented for payment, and that It will, tt the maturity thereof, pay the principal or the tald " Consolidated Mortgage" bonds If and la cast tt should not bt paid by the tald party of the drat put rnultm. In rase of the payment thereof or of tome or any part thereof by the tald party of the first part liar tarn), then and In that event the tald party of the second part Central shall thereafter pay to the said . party of the nrst part Barltm aml-annally on the ' days when Interest would become due ud payable on In said bonds. If the time thereof had been ex tended, an amount equal to aueh Interest on said bonds or on such part of them as may hare been paid by the said party of the nrst part Harlem so at fairly to adjust the obllf atlon of the said party of the second part Central herein contained aa to the an naalrent on the said railroad and property herein dnml.cd In case, however, the said " Consolidated Mortgage " bonds shall be paid by the tald party of the second part Central, the tald party of the first part Harlem tire at that It will, whenever requested by the said party of Mm second part Central so to do. Issue la Ilea thereof new bonds bearing a similar rata of Interest or suoh other rata aa may be agreed upon, with, to far at may bo required, proper coupons or Interest warrants therefor appended, and secured by a suitable mortgage upon the railroad property and franchise hereby demised, tuch bondt to be payable at such time or times and to tuch person or per sons as may be prescribed by the said party of the second part Central, and will deliver such new bonds to the said party of the second part Central, to be sold or disposed of at its discretion. In which cae the obligation of the said party of the second part Central herein contained, with regard to the payment of interest on the tald "Consolidated Mort gage bonds, shall be deemed and held to apply to interest on such new bonds. The obvious meaning of the sixth clause here cited Is, that tho Harlem company may, If tt so elects, pay oft the Consolidated Mortgage) bonds at their maturity on May 1, 10OO, and that, in case it does so. the Central will thereof tcr pay to it the Interest -which It now pays to the hold en of these bonds. The Consolidated Mortgago Is for $12,000,000, and tho Interest it calls for Is 7 per cent., or $840,000 per annum In all. Tho Harlem company has made arrangements to borrow, on a new mortgage of Its property, at 83 per cent, for 100 years, tho $12,000,000 needed, and proposes with the money to pay off the "Consolidated Mortgage,' eo as to entitle It self to receive from the Central the $840,000 in terest thereon now paid by the Central. As 39 per cent, on tho new $12,000,000 mortgage Is only $420,000, the Harlem company would thus havo $840,000 a year out of which to pay It, lea-ring a surplus of $420,000 to divide among its stockholders. In addition to the 8 per cent, now paid by tho Central. To this construction of the covenants of tho lease, and to tho measures which the Harlem company proposes to take In pursuance of It, the New York Central objects, and it has re tained eminent counsel to secure for itself the entire $420,000 por nTniTn reduction of Interest whlch.it is conceded by both parties, can be made by such a new mortgage as the Harlem company contemplates. It has brought an action in the Supreme Court of this State to enjoin the Harlem company from making for Its own benefit any new mort gage, and to compel it to moke a similar mort gage for the benefit of the Central. The result of the suit will determine, therefore, which of the two companies will hare after May 1, 1000, $420,000 a year more net Income applicable to dividends than it bos now. In the course of 100 yean the sum at stake would amount to $42,000,000, which is 42 per cent, on the $100, 000,000 capital of the Central and 420 per cent, on the $10,000,000 capital of the Harlem. Precisely upon what legal grounds the Central company Is proceeding it is not easy to dis cern. The Harlem company docs not threaten to create bonds" additional "to thoso outstand ing, but, on the contrary, to substitute for old I bonds an equal amount of new ones at half the rate of interest. The substitution, therefore, does not come within the fifth clause of tho lease prohibiting the issue of "additional" bonds or stock. Tho demand that the court shall order the Harlem company at this time to make a new mortgage bond issue to a specified amount and on specified terms has no support In the lease. According to Its agreement the Central must first pay off tho present Con solidated Mortgage before It can demand any i thing, and not until it has paid the mortgage can the dotalls of the new ono be " agreed upon " between the two companies. For a court to fix Its terms at the request of ono company against the consent of the other, would be under present circumstances an exercise of Judicial authority altogether without precedent. Only after the Central has paid off the Consolidated Mortgage, which it cannot do until May 1, 1000, has It a right to ask for the execution of a new one, and the court cannot oven then In terfere except upon evidenco showing that the Harlem company refuses to act reasonably In the matter. That the Central has not absolute confidence In its case is apparent from one of tho requests which It makes to tho court. It asks that, If the contract, as It stands, does not Justify the view it takes of Its meaning, " that the said contract bo reformed and be adjudged and deemed to be so reformed, and to express such meaning and intent." That Is to say, after the laptt of twenty-four yean, when all the wit nesses are dead, the contract Is to be changed from what it la to what the Central thinks It ought to be. Morally, as well as legally, tbo Central com P'ny Is without Justification In Us attempt to escape the obligations of Its contract with Q the Harlem company, Tho rental of $1,040,000 year which It is now paying for tho Har lem property will not be Increased by what the Harlem company proposes to do, and If that rental, when It was fixed in 1873, was a fair one, it is now much less than the property It worth. Tho Central Is not in danger of losing "hat It ought not to lose, nor does the Harlem seek to gain what It ought not to gain. It Is truo that when the contract was made neither party to It foresaw the low rato of Interest for railroad bonds which now prevails and, there fore, the Uncut to tho Hurl em company Is un xpectcd. Novcrtholiw, the Harlem Is Justly entitled to this bonellt, and It Is unjust toseek to deprive it of It, It hat been suggested, and tbero Is ground for believing-, that tho directors of tho Central com pany have brought the present suit not with tho hope of succeeding in It, but merely to protect themselves against complaints from elr constituents that they have neglectod weir duty. Of theso dlrectora seven, namely, Chsuncoy M. Dopow, Cornelius Vanuerbilt, William K. VauUcrhllt, Frederick W. Vander bllt, Snniticl F, llarger, Charles C. Clarke, and wuel 1), Jlubcock, aro directors also of the !y,r'CUI company and constitute a majority of both boards. It Is also generally understood thnt the Vanderbllt family own a much larger "noun of Harlem stock than thoy do of Ccntrul ', and it mny bo that the members of that tanilly on the two boards of directors are tin Willing to scciu to uao their power arbitrarily ' i ft tfcU ottb beam t tfeo exptMM ot the Get trrU stockholder. AlestohariUMormppotlUonU that tho trait ba been brought in order to afford ground for a compromlso by which the Harlem company hall concede something to tho Central and thus divide with it the taring to be effected by a re duction of the Interest on the Consolidated Mort gage, Satisfactory as this might bo to tho stock holdenoftheOentral.lt would be equally un satisfactory to those of the Harlem company, who, If they aro entltlod to anything, are en titled to the whole $420,000 a year. In whatever light It Is vlowed. however, the coune taken by the Now York Central ltallroad Company In retpoct of this leaso Is alarming to the investing public. The Central, like all the othor railroad companies with which tho Vanderbllt family and the Vanderbllt name are Identified, has, for many yean, enjoyed an enviable reputation for tho honorable por formance of Its contracts, even when they were not legally binding, and It Is a new thing In Its history for It now to adopt a different course. Tho Harlem lease Is not the only ono made by It, nor the only one the terms of which may, In tho coune of time, become moro beneficial to the lessees than was expocted when It was made. If the stipulated rental of the Harlem can bo roduccd $420,000 a year on the ground that the Central dirocton when they agreed to pay It did not know what they were doing, and did not calculate upon the re duction of interest for the use of money which has since occurred, then tho rentals of the West Bhoro, of the Homo, Wntortown and Ogdons burg, of tho Mohawk and Malone roads, and of the half doson other properties leased by the Control may, a hundred years hence, be cut down on the ground that tho lessees are receiv ing an unconscionable Income and ono which was not contemplated by their contracts when they were mode. Matthew Marsiiall. rrsAsoiAii axd comxehoiaj,. Ken York stork Kxchange Aalea and Tlanxeor Prices an All Hm-urltle Dealt In During the Week Kndlng July 0. laoT. UNITED STATES AMD STATU BONDS (IN $1,0008). Open- Iligh- Lour- C7oa- Bate. Kama. ing. ttt. tit. 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OS OS 8S 8S CBStPftDuI 88 88S 88 22S 88830 BtP ft Omaha.. 03 00 02S 034 IB Standard 0 pf.U84 UBS 1184 1184 8087 Stand R AT.... 6S 6S 34 4S 8800 South Faclflo.. 104 IBS 10 10S 84BB South R'wey... OS OS 0 0 894188outbR'waypf 80S 30S 20 20 SOOBtJftOI 34 34 34 34 760SUoftOIlslp 40 40 38S SOS HBSUoftOISdp U 124 104 US S81B7TennOftI 244 20S 824 28S 100ThIrdAvnn..l48 148 148 148 BBO Tex Pao Land.. 7 7S 7 7S 7120 Texu Pacific. 10S 11 104 104 8908 Union Paolflo.. OS 7 OS OS 800 Un Par. D ft 0. 84 24 8 84 IVBUSKxpro. .. 404 404 404 404 824 U B Rubber.... 12S 12S 18 124 1170UBRuliberpf. 01 01 'COS 6B B87UBLether.... 74 7S 74 7S 18347 TJBLeatharpf. 604 61 684 004 840 Wabash 0 0 6S 6S 8817 Wabash pt 14S 16S 14S 14S 60Wu-FTBxp.lO6 106 103 108 87876 WetUn Tel, .. 844 86 84 844 BIB Wheal ft LE... S S S S 800 Wheel LE pi 34 8S 84 34 800 WnUn Beef,... 8 8 8 8 Xx dlvldenL Total sale. 1,731.311 sham. BANK STOCKS. Open- tttgh- Vow- Clot- Salt. Kam. ing. ttt. tit. ing. BBankotRepnhlIe,,..100 150 160 160 8tmDAY, July 4, Tbo Treasury balance at the cloto of business on 8aturday waa S238,44B,710, of whicb f5141, 278,787 was gold. The imports of general merchandise. Includ ing dry goods, at the port of New York last week were $11,211,480, against S0.7D4.0S0 the previous weok and ?9, 180, 183 for tho corro tpoudlng woek of last year. The Imports of specie for tho week wore ($150,105, of which f 03,477 was gold, making total speclo imported since Jan. 1, (3,220,273. Exports of specie were: Gold, none, and stiver, ($783,033, a total of ($783,083, against $3,870,070 the previous week. Tho exports of speclo since Jan. 1 have been: Gold. 923.628,852, and silver. $24,411,933, a total of $48,040,787. Tho weekly statement of averages of tbo Clear ing llouso banks shows: June 20. July 8. Change. Loans.... 381,811,800 8382,707,900 Ino.811.026.800 Deposits. 097,094,000 004,983,700 Ino. 7.889,100 Clr'latt'n 18,870,900 1U.781.S00 IIn, 89,700 L'g'lt'r. 108,112.600 102.134,200 Ino. 6.078,400 Bpecl.. .. 90,400,200 90,496.000 Ino. 00,400 Re've.198,B12.H00 tlOi.e3O.H00 Ino. (6,882,000 Ra-varM 149.378,630 101,245,938 Ino. 1.973,270 B'rpln 849,230.160 (41.384,875 Dee. (7,834.870 The surplus a year atro was $20,328,270, and two years ago 832.173.70C. efittancial. mCHiRiTirHMNFTT & CO. REGULAR AUCTION SALE STOCKS AND BONDS, TUESDAY, July 6, at 12:30 P. M., at the Real Estate Exchange & Auo- tion Room. 59 to 65 Liberty St. (By order of lUrrta O. Mewton, Executor of the tat of Henry 3. Newton, deoeasedj. BO ahare Forbes Flbra Co , (100 each. 18 .hare. Lake Q'orKO Camp Assoelttlon. (30 each. 100 share. Patent Paprr Cigar Box Co.. (100 each. BOO share American Unat and LlKht Co.. (100 each. 700 share Segmentary Paper llarrel and 1'acXage Co., (100 each. IB shares Consumer.' Benefit Coil Co, (10 eaoX B8 shares New Church 1'ublt.hlng Co . (5 each. 100 share Safeguard Insurance Co., (50 each. 25 .hares Montauk Iron and 8teel Co., SIOO eaoh. 18,000 shares Vandetvater Oold and Silver Mlnnig Co., (10 each. 8 J.OOO 0 per cent. Pond, of the Vandewatar Oold and Sliver Sllnlna Co. (due 1880). 40 shares ConwlMated Electric Light Co, (100 each. 8,000 ahra Zaragoa Mining Co., (10 each. (For account of whom tt may concern.) 60 .hares National Dank of Commerce, (1 00 eaoh. 80 shares Third Avenue It. H. Co., (100 each. List at Auctioneers', 71 and 78 Liberty st, DOUGLAS & JONES, Members New York Stock Exchange, ESTABLISHED 1886. 24 Broad Street, Now York City. The attention of the public Is called to our "ODD LOT" DEPARTMENT. fractional lots of alt the aotlv stock boutht and sold on the NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE at tb "market prico' of 100 bar lota, etthfir for oaib or on marxl-a- Corrwpoadtnc InrlteX ROME II BROADWAY AND CEDAR ST. UTTERS OF CREDIT, N. W. HARRIS & CO., 31 NASSAU ST. (Bank or Coinmerco nulldlnsV Government and Municipal Bonds. OKKItlt Stat of Haas. Oold OHs. Brooklyn ts. State of N. York uold ann. Canibrfilae, Mass., 4s, New York City Uold 8m. Cbicaao Uold 4s. Mewhurgh. N.Y- Sh.1. Oleveranil, Ohio. Ba IIANKINO IIOnSK 07 HENRY CLEWS & CO., 11, 10, IS IT Uroad St. alombcrsi N. Y, (took Kzebangt, K, y, Cotton Eichans. V. Y. I'roduoe Exohang, Chloago Hoard ot Trad. Orders ezocuted at any of the above Exchanges for Investment or ou margin. Intercut allowed cm de po.lt amount., subject to check at sight. Act at yiacal Agent for Corporation.. ( oa KIKTn AVE., oor. 2Sth St. nr.nnh nmcM J '" BllOADWAY, Silk V.x'n Illdg. Branoh Ofllce a7 nUD80N BT;, Mrrcanul8 , ( 80 COUHT ST., Ilrooklyn. W.CUACNCEY FLOYD-JONES, 1 ,, N. y WILUAM ROI1ISOK, J BM Exchange. FLOYD-JONES &R0BIS0N, 18 WALL ST, Stocks, Bonds and Investments. LOCOMOTIVES. nirtimond Locomotive and Machine Works, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. BIMI'I.i: Oil COMl'OUNI) IXJCOJIOTIVKS TO TIIEin OWH DES1UWS OH TO BrECinCATIUNH. Moderulr equipped shop. AuuiimI capacity BOO laeomotlrea, ATenaa undo aalltrwcturj, Corre.poudencs (elicited. nSamKkSWSmSkSBSnXnylm.i - ...J (fflKXWrtHl lssaiiNis.sasiJwaSsssai tjaaatsassasssssis siihi,. Transacts a General Trust Buslncw. Takes Entire Charge of Real Estate. Loans Money on Bond and Mortgato. Issues First Mortgage Oold Bonds. Interest oa Deposits Subject to Check. oFTtccna Genres JV. Young ,.. President l.ather Kounire ... v.ylce-Pro dent Jams Tjmpiion,. .......'Jd Vlcp-rrcaiilrnt Arusnr Tnrnbijll.. Trenanrer WllTjam P, Tillott..... . 1rcremry (Hark WMIIp.'j!....,... ,.,.. A.st, Trrn.urer Ulohard al, Ilurd.., At. Becretary. . . KXKCUTIVB COMMtTTKE. rtlchard A. Mccurdy, Gu.tar K. Klesel, Charles D. Illoltey, Jr., l.ulli.r Kountre, Charles It. Uendewon, James Tlmpson, DiiiECTona gamnel D. Dahcock, Oustav K. Rlsnl. Duiimnt Ulatk. I.uther Kountre, Ctiarlc!) Dickey, Jr., Charlton T, iitwls, William P. Dixon, Iwlt May, ' pavld Dows, Jr., Theodore llorford. Uobrt A, arunnls, Illchard A. llcoirdy, p. O. Hven, Jr.. ltobert Olyrliant, Charles n. Henderson, Lliarle. II, Pratt, James J, um, JamesTlmp'On. Oarllrmr u. Hnbbard, Oeorga W. Young, Jlortgage Investors can Bccuro cholco niortgagca and absoluto safety of principal and Interest by purchas ing tbo guarantor mortgages of this com pany. A largo numbor always on band for Immodlato gale, Bavins Investors loss of In terest by do) ay. P0).Df0RT(iA(iE (jtlAipTEE (0' ( 140 Broadway, N. T. Offlccs:- N. E. uor.DBth St.&7th At., N. T. I 175 Rcmncn St., Brooklyn. CAPITAL & SURPLUS, $1,300,000. uuiitCTonai Oeorge O. Williams. William II, Ingraham, Alexander E. Orr, John J. 1 uokpr, Jacob II. 8chlIT. William I.umnila, John W. Sti'rllng. JaneD.Ljni-h. Charles H. Henderson, Benjamin U. Illaka, Charles H. Drown, Jullen T, Davtes, Frederick Potter, Felix Campbell, Bamuel T. Froeman, W. .ley C. lluih, EIIUD. WUUaras. WILLIAM a ISHAM, HArtTIN JOOST. President. VIo,-Presldent. CLAHENCE H. KKLSET. (d Vice-President. mANE DAILEY, IIABTIH WELLES. Bacretary. Treasurer. WHEELING & LAKE ERIE BAILWAY COMPANY. FIRST MTGE. (Lake Erie Division) GOLD BOHDS Due October 1. lOQO. JLt tho requettof the huldenof m majority of tho aborer mentioned bondi the undenlgued hTe con ented to act aa a Committee for the purpose of pro tecting the common Interests of such of the bondhold ers as shall deposit their bonds under a Bondholders Agreement with the GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY. aa Depositary, at Its office, No. 05 Codar Street. New York, N. Y The Committee rfpresenta bo Inter cats In the property, except the nboro bonds. Bondholders are lnrltcd to make prompt deposit of their bonds In exchange for negotiable Certificates of Deposit Application will be made to list suoh Cert 111 cates on the New York Stock Exchange. Copies of the Bondholders' Agreement may be obtained upon application to the Depositary. MEW YORK, June 83d. 1807. GKOROB COPFKXU BmrArtD .v. aniM, rni:Di.mc cnomvBiJU JOEL D. EIUlAItDT, Committee. YICTOIl 1XORAWETZ, Counsel. Purchasers of Real Estate who dcslro a loan to complete tholr pur chase can savo money by applying to Title guarantbe akd TRUST COMPANY f 140 Ilroadway, N. Y. nm J 17f" Hcmscn St., Ilrooklyn. Offices, N.E.ror.08thSt.anil7th Avc.N.T. I ICO West 123th St., X. Y. CAPITAL,. ....... $2,500,000. SURPLUS, 52,000,000. Baltimore &, Ohio Railroad Go. Sfl GOLD BONDS, DUE 1925. A majority of the abore Donds hare been deposited with us under the agreement of April 10, 18U8, and our enRraTed Certificates of Deposit therefor bare been listed on tbo New York Stock Exchange. We will bur, under the terms of this agreement, the Coupons and Interest Installment, maturing August 1,1 H07, on Coupon or Registered Bonds deposited beforo July 13, 1S07, In case the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company should make default In paying the amo when due. All Bondholders who hare not yet deposited their Bonds aro urged to do so at once, so as to enable us to more effectually protect their Interest. SPEYER& CO., ao Uroad street, N.w York. June 2, 1807. NarfffAttDcrtiraa 100 iinoAnwAY. nkw yoilh, an4 coanr-HHAM st., london, n. g CAPITAL $1,000,000. SAMUnr, IT. JAIXVIH, Presldenli ROLAND IX. t'ONKLIN, Vlce-Presld.al 8. I.. CONK.I.IN. Recretarri 1'. C. I'KIT. Alslat Hroretarri B. II. II A IllliniT, I.onilon Pecrelarrt E. J. ClIAl'rin.L., Iiondou Treasurer. acJ 8c pendleton BANKERS, 45 llroniUvay, N, Y, BRANCH OFFICES, j 0O FIFTII A KS fK. Stook, Cotton, Dond & Grain Brokers, Member, of tho HEW YORK STOCK, Cotton, l'roducn & CnfTcn Kauhuugcs. Irlvto Wlro to Chicago. Daily Slarbet letter on Application. WB MAItK a arFriAi.TT o BANK & TRUST CO. STOCKS. P. J. COODHART & CO., JllltMUiaU . 1. KTUC'K ICXrUAMiB. 38 WALL STREET HOLMBaSt&CO OI HIIIMIIWIY. SEW VIIIIU, Meiubrr. nr.V-n .orb Rlerb KxrUiiase. Riuclve account, oiul ilenoilts of nrius. ludlrldaala, Ao , auj allur lutirr" uutlallj lialanco.. Uuy anil .ell for cauli nr carry un margin at lowest fatcuof Inlirr.ton IUe New Vork. rhlladrlphla, tun, awl Cliluasu Uluok Kxohange. Htuoks, Uonds, Oram, Cottnu, o. Uraiu'b OUlic tirand Unloa Metrl, Bnratoaa. UNION TYPEWRITER CO. STOCK. nil. wiixu ihkiiiiii.u 41V iToduc KicIjsji,. ' ' - JSUKMiaL fi' iT mm i'i'aai"M-ifr -m"wi ir'artJ'Ti-aj-Lj-iirLi-urij-i, TO THB nOtBIM OF THB Ohio & Mississippi Railway Go. Consolidated Mortgage Bonds, MATURING JANUARY 1st, 1808. TITE BALTMOnB A OHIO B0UTHWE8Tr.rtN RAIMVAY COMPANY bars arranged with iu for he extension of tho 0,5H5,OOOHrtCon.ollitntrd niortease Par rent. Ctirrrnry Hand, and flO.OOO First Con.olldntMl Irinrtaaaa O Per Cent, aterllni Uold Honda, maturing January 1st, 1BU8, of tho OHIO A MisaiNiippi itAlLrtoAU conPA.w, for a term of fifty years, fram January 1st, 1897, to January 1st, 17, with Interest at tho rato of 4 per cent, per annum, payable July 1st and January 1st of each yoar, both principal and lntorc.t of tho said extended bouds to bo pnynble In gold loin of the United States ot the present sundurd or weight and fineness, without deduction from said principal or interest for any tar or taxes, now or hereafter Impoiod thereon, by the laws of tho Unltod States, or any Stato thereof, which tho Ilallroad Company may bo rouulred by said laws todrduct or retain therefrom. UNTIL AND l.NCLUDINO JULr 1BTII NHXT, wa offer to tho holders of tho above bonds tho prlTllego of extension, upon the payment of 15 per bond of 1,000, as follons: The 7 per cent, bondholders to receive a s.1,000 bond, extendod for fifty years from January 1, 1807, at 4 per cent, and $16 In caih, representing tho differ enoo In Interest between 4 per cent, and 7 por cent. upon coupon due July 1, 1HH7 S10 upon coupon due Jan. 1, 18US is (8peroeut. $10 1 per bond.) Less payment for extension. 15 Oash payment , il3 Tbo 0 per cent, bondholders to rrcclre a fl.OOO bond, extended for fifty year from Janusry I, 1887, at 4 per cent., and SS In cash, representing tho differ enee In Interest between 4 per cent, and 0 por cent. upon coupon du. July 1, 1807 flu upon coupon due Jan. 1, lb9 10 J (8 percent. SA'Otper bond.) Less paymont for extension IS Cash payment $5 Tho existing 7 per cent, and 0 per cent. Coupons, for Interest due July 1st, 1807, and January 1st, 18R, will bo detached from the bonds (new sheets of coupons of Interest, at tbo rate of 4 por cent, per annum for the full term of the extension, and the Extension Agreement being attached)! and such cou pons, to the extent of 115 and S10 each, respectively, will bo held by the undersigned, ender tholr agree ment with the ltallroad Company, uncollected. If re quired, until January 1st, 1BUS. We aro prepared to purchase, at par and Interest (less discount at the rato of 8 per cent, per annum) to January 1st, 1808, the bonds ot any holders, with coupons of July 1st, 1807, and January 1st, 1808, at tached, who may dcslro to sell rather than to extend, provided tho bonds are presented on or before July IStb, 1807. The form of the Extenslca Agreement can be In spected at our office. Brown Brothers & Company, NO. SO IVAI.L 8THEKT, KBIT l'OHK. Juno 10th, 1807. TO HOLDHna OI' ItCCEIPTS OF THE Central Trust Company of Hen York issued roit THIS Preferred and Common Stock UfTnE Louisville. New Albany & Chicago Railway Company. Notice Is hereby given that on and after July 8, 1807, this Company will be prepared to deliver to the holders of tht above-mentioned receipts, with all pay menu of suUcrlptlons to stock Indorsed thereon, stock of the now corporation to which they are en titled. Certificates mutt bo Indorsed In blank when sur rendered to tho Trut Company. CEkTItAa. TtttlST CO. OP H. Y. TO TUB IIOLDEItS OP CERTIFICATES OP THE CEXTTttl. TIIUHT COTIPAT OP XEVT Tonii, hh'bd roit itnwns op the loci. villi:, .EVALUA'V AM CHICAGO HAIL. WAV COJIPiVVl Notice Is hereby given thst on and after July 8, 1807, new REFUNDING BONDS of the CHICAGO, IN DIANArOLIS AND LOUISVILLE RAILWAY COM PANY will be delivered by the CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY of New York. 64 Wall Street. In exchange for the abovo certificates. In accordance with the Agreement of Bondholders, dated Octobor 10, 1800, and modification thereof, dated November 19, 1800. I New York, June 0, 1807. P, P. OLCOTT. Chairman, IIKMIY IV. POOR, UKMtV C. IIOl.lt, Uondbolders' Committee, - . . Guaranty TrustCo. of New York. Mutual l.lfb Uulldlna, KAS3AU, COIC'EIl CEDAR STTtEET. " LONDON BRANCH. 33 LOMBARD ST, CAPITAL, ..... 82,000,000 6U11FI.US, .... S'J.000,000 ACTS AB TPrSTErS FOR CORPORATIONS, FIRMS. AND INDIVIDUALS, AS GUARDIAN, EXECUTOR, AND ADMINISTRATOR, TAKES EN II HI! CIIAUUU 01' HEAL AND PER SONAL ESTATLS. IKTIiRlMT ALLOWED OH DEPOSITS subject to check or on certificate. STP.ULIKO DRAI'Tt ON ALLPABTSOlr GREAT BRITAIN BOUOUT AND BOLD. COLLECTIONS MADR. TRAVELERS' LETTERS OP CREDIT AVAIL ABLE IN ALL PARTS Or THE WORLD, AND COMMERCIAL LETTERS OF CREDIT ISSjUED. vTALTEn O. OAKMAN, President. ADRIAN IHEI.1N, Jn., Vlre-Presldent, Gl'.OlUllJn. 1UHNBULI, 2d Vice-President, HENRY A. MURRAY, "Irons ond Sec J. NELSON BORLAND. AM. Trcas. and 6c JOHN OAULT. U nacer rorolgn Dcpt. DIREUIORS. Bamuel D, Jlubcock, Charles R. Henderson, Oeorga F. l"Uer, Adrian Itclln, Jr., GeorcoH. Bondoln, AugiiMus D. Jullllard, August Belmont, Janir N, Jarvle, Frederic Cromwell, Blchard A. 3U Curdy, Waller R. Ollleti. Alexander K. Orr, Tlobcn Ooelet, Waller O. Oakman, O. O. Tlaven, Jlenry II, Roger, Oliver Harrlman, II. McK, Tnonibly, XL Somers Hayes, Frederick W. Vanderbllt, William C, Wbllucy. THE STATE TRUST CO., IOO llroadnay, Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000. Acts a Tru.trr, Ilral.trur, Tmu.rrr and Pis cnl Asent or Curporalluii., nntl si Cseciitur, AdinliiUlrntor, Tru.tee, (luarrilun and t'omtult ten or K.lates, Leaul Itepo.llorj Tor t'ourt and Trust tuitds. Takes Full f hnrae or llrnl mid Personal tetalm. Intrreat Allutictl on Deposit. FRANCIS S. HANGS, I'reildent. W'i' NlA"C"''',iV.oe.p,e..denta. MAUIIIl'h H.' DEOkTIl. Secretary. II M. FHASCls, irtM-urir. II. U. lll.ltRV, Trut unicur. TRUSTEUS. Willis R. Talus, Henry Stun, Honry II. Uouk, Uvntta- iJulntard, Charles It. I'llnt, Forn it II Parkir, W. L. Treuholtn, Churles Sfili ner, William U. K ndall, C'harlol rinnny, Wallers. Juhn.ua, (liurnU title, Ju.epbN Ilallook, l'irclial Kiuiuth, K.Uwln A. MuAlpIn, Krancl. h. i:iik, Andrew Mill., Fram 1. I i leMetsoa, William A. Nash, .liumaA M lutyre, Oeorgo JTudlerl'eabody, Ldtturdl J'inr, J, D. 1'roUt, A 11.011 G. M i ook, MwinrsToiiT Member yew York tituch lljtrlinnyt. 1 Nassau Street, Cor Wall. Karalu Areuuiit. Imc.tiiieui Heriirltle. Telephone. Wo.. S1S7 aud 8104 CortlauJl. I t . v.-e-fWJ ri v vs"i.K. -n- eflnnntla,. - M, CffMB mlj0mitmitumtlM Vfl H iSfi flrBsssBBs! JULY INVESTMENTS. M 119 $100,000 County of Richmond, N.Y.,iold4a it 1 WWM 100,000 Town of Jamaica, N.Y., Gold 4s. ''I i Si' &9 100,000 VIIIoqo of Jamaica, N.Y.,Gold48. fiil'?iffli 35,000 Villaao of Flushing, N.Y..Gold4a. A lilWKM 15,000 City of Alloona, 4s. u l I fllfffl 00,000 City of Macon, Ga 4 l-2. 1 : iP'IgfHB 25,000 Township of South Orange,N.J.,rj ';: Mv J V h ' 'imSKm Prices and full particulars on application. V..-E. - Jf .3BH E. D. SHEPARD & CO., JJflll I ) w. Jaw Bankers. ; IfH 3 I NASSAU ST., NEW YORKt 'f 118 K TRUSTCO M S 23t nrrn avi: oor. .sttii st. t V yUsflsss. BRA.SCU, CO nltOADWAY. W( ii, fSefJjl CAPITAI Sl,000,0W.Js. , ! 4 ' SNssssssi l,i:(lAIi DKI'OSITOItY Li1 Jsassssssi For Stntc, City, and Court Money). ,, i j j'iH LETTERS OF CREDIT FURNISHED.'-'' j i M':WM Intrrcnt Allovrnl on Time Dcpoaltst. 4iHsssssl Checks p(nsd thrnuith N. T, clearlnr-Oousei ft j jp.ifllMB AetsnaCxeeiitnr.Oiisnllan.orAdralnlstratorQf Ess k A VIRlsssH tstrs.snd ss Receiver, Resl.trsr.Trsnsfersnd Flnen A .1. Si' i tJBH clal Auent fnr Hlntes. Ilsllniail". and CorporatlcmS, ,' W t Bennrnte pensrlment with t SSI M (QH Sin-olul h'nclllllpa (or Lndlea. ,, ,;J )f, i gpj nom:ilT m acl y. President. , , UvSyi sUM ClIAtll.lsH T. II n.SRY, Vice-President. ' a' it lil assH JOSKI'M T. BROWN. 2d Vice-President, t. ilSl'lS Vsssssl FllUIVK L. Ill.tiRinnR. BeereUry. . , -.. ft S 3tu ?J J. I1UN11Y TDW.SBUNP, Ass't QccreUry. S Jl WM Union Pacific Railway Go. il 5?o CollateraJTrust Bonds." ffJplH rourovs ntiE jiii.v i, ihdt, ,', 'li'l M 1H Of nliuvo-named bonds will bo pal( 'rf'i?tl;f it lU on und nftor i, i'-l? : 4 nHssl TUESDAY, July 6, 1897, mHiH AT TUB OPSIC'R OsT - 1 A l'KlH The New England Trust Company 'if fl 85 Devonshire) St.. Boston, Mas. IsSo WWw " 4 ft f ssssfl fl U'tdcnrt nnd SnUxttu lllliljflil tiir ue. Kit a mo in.nE it, n. co. "& -V,! !1 H NKW VORK, June 2Sth, 18UT. 'i KBrtS B Tbo Board of Directors has this dav declared adjvt. -i Ifelf; dend of O.Ni: 1'LK CLNT. on tho Preferred Capita) v- flViK MM Block of thn Com pany, out of tbo net earnings, par. 1 vlrAVr' Bssl alileJuly ID. 1BU7. -" 5kIJk S Thn trantfer books of tho Preferred Stook will do; Mii,'i! ?i SH at U o'cliK't I. 31., Jul is, and reopen on the morns 3 Gr'v sbbssi Iol ot July 16. .4 SJJtWi Iksssssl OEORGE COPPEIX. UmliS SSSSSsl Chairman ot tbe Board. g ftK H SJJH AMIIFtlI.lt Jt BO! TIIRIt.'l It. It. CO. ''( sfKI T, iBSBsl 74 BllOADWAY. NEW YOHK. Jun 81, 1887. V) Hff-i'- dsslH uitnir.vii .. m. v Hw-.IH iVfl A quarterly dlvMcnd of ONE PEIl CENT, upon th 'p 3 st iR9 capital .took of this company baa teen declared, pay. iK 1SK ?V ffinH nblo July Id, 1H07, at tho omco of tbs Atlantlo Trust 9ff i WM Company, !)u William st , to stockboiacrs of record of f jsBjVj'i' ) Juno :. lhu7. Transfer books will bo closed Jus -Z TasMtl'i' IsaH 80, lhUT. and reopened July IB, 1897. By order of TT ;TsW:fi.VJsW tbe Hoard of Directors. M IsmKS flHssl M. W. DOMINICS. Treasnrrr. . BM Mfl I.or.11 lI.Llt. IIEI)RIU. AMD BTT. IXJl'IS LbsVI Hl lian.tVAV CO. fasssssasStsiMiBsl l.t Mtic n per rem. Gold Ilonda. 1BsBHilB9l The coupons of tho above bond., due July 1, 1807. FbbbbuIHH win 1 paid on that data at the ofllce of the Hallway ' WJsiK7'9bH Co.. No. 40 Wall bt. WsiHB.wnH EDWIN M. POST. Secretary. JrsssPJflBSsVJ Iteiv Ynrk IlVitlna Parblna Co., I.tmlted.' JissssWVssBssssl SS I'AUK PLACE, NEW YOHK. June Si. 1807. 'bB9Ssbss1 Coupon duo July 1, 1HU7. on the A per cent. Mort- .fljsssrc TSSSSS gage Debenture ltonds of this Company will be pal& 'H'Hisbbv 'fIHssbI upon i re. cutatlon on and after that date attbeofflcaj 4191 fsssBBa of the Knickerbocker Trust Co.. 00 Droadway. JSTVsV : .? I BSBSSi WM. T. BAIRD. S cretary, a 1 SM ' : vl gulilic Kotitts. '''ifflm si pOST OFFICE NOTICE. V 't" Bl (Should bo read DAILY by all Interested, as chans to sBI '' flssl may occur at any time.) ?ftSro& sssa Vorelgn mall, for the weekending July 10th, 1807, i'il'JJssl .'rt WU will close (l'UOBl'TLY in all oases) at the General HiBI 'i Ksfl PostOSlceasfollowsi -HI ft HU TRANSATLAKTIO HAILS. .iift'-B XssVI TUESDAY.-At 0:3U A. XL for IRELAND (letters only), tUIB : gsssl p.r steamship Servla. via Qneen.town (letter to HaJH ialassssi other pans of Europe must be directed "per Ser- iisusssVvuslssssl via") i at 0:30 A. M. for EaitOPE. per steamship 'B?JbbssS Havel, via Plymouth and Bremen (letters for It- jtKBBBBn'1BBBBBi land must be directed "per navel ''). ,rtfJliBasssBtSBSSSSsl WEDNESDAY At 7 A. 11. (supplementary 0 A. M.l .VSDHislBSsl forEUItOPE. per steamship 61. Paul', via Routb- ''iTHH&flH araptoniatUA.il. (supplementary 10:30A.lL)fov lassasnnBBBV EUltOPE. per steamship Germanic, via Queens J irllBBBBVlraBBBB town: at 10 A. M. for BELGIUM direct, per itssm S?!M4sssP''-U,lsss1 ship Westernland. via Antwerp (letters must Jbs IjaBsTQ'SBBV directed "tier Westernland.') TfcsaTS ffi flasl TBUU&DAY At 4 A. II. for EUKOPE. per stearnahip iinVi :Mfl Columbia, via Plymouth, Cherbourg and nam- 'flV.I'dilsl 'MljJsBsl burg. . ;'SjHl staksssl BATUKDAT. At 7 A. M. for rBANCE, SW1TZEB ffitlWt ' LAND. ITALY. XPAIN. PORTCOAL, THRKBT, 'U iVVSH EUYPT, and IIRITISII BMDIA. per steamship La, 'fe'Jl? 'SiiJsasl Bretasue, via Uavro (letter for other part of "..-ili ..-aVisssal Europe must be directed "per LaBratagu")! 'ntV&.fSBBsl 8 A. 11. for NETBEHLANDS dlreot, per steamship ItliaaT, WilasW Obd.in, via Rotterdam (letters must bo dtractaa 'MjV ,sbbb1 "perObdam"); at B A.M. for OENOA. per tean WSmS'. ' JtlfH ship Fulda (letters must liedlrected "perrulda")! raS?" t-i-B at 10 A. U. for SCOTLAND direct, per steamship lUi hjrWM Anchorla, via Glasgow (letters must be dlreetaa i$V Jvbbs "per Anehorla"): at 10 A. JI. (supplementary irf ' V-m9 11:30 A. M.) for EDHOPE. per steamship Etrana. !i. ,fj) via Queen.town. j AsaBl PmNrl:i)MATTEIl.o. Oena.n.teamerssalllnsoa lM1J Xil'asfl Tuesdays take Printed Matter. Ac. for Oermany. f-:.X M'atM and hpeclally Addreascd Printed Matter, Ac, (of ; tK3fl other ports of Europe. Amertoan and whit Btat t ' tasBB steamers on Wednesdays, Oerman steamer 09) 'lt tsssl Thursdays, and Cuuard, French, and Qermaa !iiiJ' iii"JJJJJI teamen on Saturdays take Printed Matter, AeY -J' if.SJJSsI or all countries for which thoy ar advarttsed to l;rh I 'WhU oarry malL ijBi i ! After the closing of the Supplementary TransatUntla '4K.' jl Malls named above, additional supplementary t RI 'jdB malls are opened on the piers of the Amertoan, t 33 " i'J?fl Enxltsb. French and aerman steamers, and remain) tfg 3t1H open until within Ten Minute of th hour of sail ( yf?, 1 ,fnS Ing of steamer. ifttl.-l Wst.U HAILS FOlt bOUTIl AND CENTRAL AMEMOA, rVfl i -JiVM WEST lNDrES. Ao. tMS f ?tlM MONDAY. At IS T.M for BEUZE, PCZRTOCOBTU i 5 UhM and GUATEMALA, per st amerfrom NewOrUaos. rile vrvfS TUESDAY At 13 1'. M. for COSTA RICA, perstaantai ?& ')(( from New Orleauti at U P. M. for JAMAICA, pa I fist i tl,' teamer from llo'ton. ' , H i f HHJB WEDNLbDAY.-At 11 A. M. for NEWTIUlfDLAin), t i ff 'jB steamship Tortlai at I P. M for CUBA, per steam- ''iff! ,TS ship Cliy of Washlniton. via Ilavanat at 1 P. lL iv'lt; .! (iipplomentary 1:U0 P M ) for BT. DOMINGO aa4 f If! JM TUltK'SLSLANP, per steam.hlpNw York. !,K TBUltSDAY. At V:8u A II for PORT ANTONIO, p 'R efllifl steamer from l'hllsdelphlat at 18:80 P. 11. (sup. XU 'litsal plemetitary 1 P. M ) for ST. THOMAS, BT. OBOIX. l K S ',( U.I. WARD aud WINDWARD ISLANDS, persteanw !-' H- fV-i'JJl ship Madlanadettrrs for Grenada, Trtnldad, and nji M". 'AiH Toiago niu.t be directed "per uadlina")! alt 3?VJR $ jiJsl P 11. for TRIMDAD and CtUDAD DOLTVla 0 4', It tiMi rect, per.toauishlpCuracaoiat 8 P. M. for WORTa S;5T - BRAZIL, per steamship Cearence, via Para. Ma tvvW' 91 ranliam, and Cearai at 7 P. M. for NEWFOUND lA'ji-' t'llH LAND, per steamship Siberian, from Philadelphia, Iff! Friday. At u P. l. for PORTO iuco airsot, p4 f) i Jm .team.hlp Arkadla. j! &tvM BATUHDAY. At 10 A. 11. (supplemsntarr IOiSO A. if, ' 3: -Am M) for FORTl'NK IhLAND, JAMAICA, BATA . iff I'M KII.LA and GRI'.YTOWN, per steamship Alleghany J.J? ' 5 SJ (letturs for Co.ta Rica must bedlreoted "per A ',:t ' j leghany")ist 10 A. M. (sunplementsrr 10:80 A. lit) .' ,j M J forCAPK UA1TL GONaIVES, PETIT OOATK 111. ' , Vlw ADX-CAYtH and JACMF.L. per sUamahS lfrE-1 ' i'B Kilt j-1 at 10 A. M. (aupplementary 11 A ' kih I S ' 11.) for CENTRAL AlIERldA (except Oostl j 5?i I lllcn) aud SOUTH I'ACIFIO PORTS, psrsteamihio $M ,.' ( Alllnuca. via Colon (letters for Guatemala mask -lk ' ,H be illn-ctid"ier Alllanca")! at lOiuO A. M. tat ).,;. . .Ii. OAMI'ECIIE, CHIAPAS, TADASCO. and YUOi 'If? S5 IAN, er .teamshlp Vlgtlancla (latum for oth :IS 3 5 part, of Mozlco ud for Cuba must be directed JfiEg.'?' tl 9 "per Vlllanela")i at 11 A. M. for MEXICO, wl Wwi 'ih stosmship llatiana, via Protrreso and Vra Crua ..t'k yJ f (letters itiunt be directed "per nabana') at 8:80 i,' hT. $ 'o' i P. II. for ST. PIKBIIE-MIQUELON. per Iteamss iji J l from North Sydney. -tw f t Mails for Newfoundland, by rail toIUUfax, andtheno i'l ; ; l,i meauier. close at this office dally at 8:80 P, 1L ',W j i alalia for Sllqunlon, by rail to Boston, and thenca i f.v I i bi steamer, i loin at this omr dally at 8:80 P. U. ,M ,.. , Mall, for Cuba close at this offloe dally al 7:00 A. fi I ', 11,, for furwsrdlng by ateamrrs sailing (Mondays) J.s ! (, and Thursday) rrom Port Tampa. Kla. Mali fof Mifi ' HhxIcii city, overland, unless specially addressed i& 1 fur despav h by steamer, olos at this otflo dally iSi at V1IUA M and 2:U0 P. 11. UUgUUrtd mafl , 1 W 'i - Uoicu at 0:ii0 I'. M oravlous day. 'I flj ' A TR.VNS PAl IF10 MAILS. 1 Mall, for China and Japan (.peetally addressed only), , p, ,y j , per . team.hlp Kinprcu of Cliln (from Vanood ! K i ,' er), cloio here dally up to July II at 0.80 r.M. i f 1 '. Mull, for Hawaii, per steamship Australia (front I ft -' San Kraueboo), close her dally up to July el t 7 ut H HO V. M. Ma!U ttt Chlu. Japan, ft, aud Hawaii, per sieamsbls City of Peklny ' W ' (from ban Francisco), olos her dally np . j, 1 to July 11 at 11.10 P. M. Balls for AuJ- , t i y tralla (except tliuie for Will Au.tralla, wbloa A (J , aro forwaruoi) via Kunpe, K'tw Zealaud. Us , yKf 9 - Mall, P1JI and Bamoan I. laud., per suamsbip 4s. 4 lloaui (from Sun Francisco), close here dally up . ft 1 M to July 117 at 7 30 A M., 11 A. M., aud 0:8u P. Af i p 11. (nr on arrhnl at Now York of steamship I lt Winbrla Hllh llrlilsh malls for Australia). Mall ,E! for China And Japau, nr steamship Vlotorl hi 1 (from Tacnma), tlnso hern dally up to July 118 I S. , al 11:30 I'. M Malls for the Hu'lety Islands, per t i ship Lit; of I'aiHllI (from Snn lrsnclsco),cloM 'tB ' luro dally up to July S3 at 0.30 P. 11. Halls for J' j Au.trau (exiept wcit Auslmlla), Hawaii, and . T 1 , 1IJI Islauils, por steamship Mlnwera (from Van I f If ruuveri, close here dally uftor July 117 and up "ly J ' luAUB 1 at flMH P. M fjj a 5 ' culiNKMl'fl VAN COTT. PostmasUr. J,1 f Post Oniie. New York, H. Y . July a, 1HH7. J $ IT HAMNli IlKl'OMh Nl.tK.S-,ARY to provide suit. !fc, ,1 I abletittb'LS for thu seeral branches of the Oily t I Goveriiiiitiit now ot-ciMiyiUK tho brown.tone bulla i r 1 'i lint In the Illy Hull 1'jrk, U., IliflrShcrlir's omce. the 1 J, 'I Flrfct Jii'llelalDUIrkl Court and Hie Deparnnent of S ) ( htreet CleiuliiK, the uiidrr.Unid, aCiiminlttenof tha -lr 1 ConimlfihloiiHrs of tho stnkluK Fund, request that pro pi J tiucnU fur le-lug.ii, i oniu. Ju tho vl lulty of the ' f 1 City Hall Ih, iraiKinilt dtu tne Comptroller at hi ' II ' oftlte, No tffo llrrimlvMiy The aiuouiit nf space ro- B culr"d may ho uiiproxiinati'ty ac rlaltied by rxmn ', , liiutlon of thoulll, .. iiuw In u.e In the brownstou t bultdllJ, J A'.IIIIKI. P. HT II. Comptroller. 5 I I ASx'S ( SI, i OOK, Ubainberlaln. , ' 1 i J..HN T. OAKLfcY. , ' ft Chairman CommltUuouFluouco.Uuard of Alaarsaasj. , i hi i fc , ., .