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OOS OOS OOS 00 67 1880ConIo. 41 41S 41 41S 41S 880OIoopf. 80 00 80 80 00 18048 OAQtW OS 10S OS 0 10 187tCliftO 17 17 17 17 17T, 1710 ChloQu 04 00 04 00 06 ' eioc.c.c BtL.... 87 87 87 87 27 tfl00ftNW118 118 117 117 117 I 845 0,BftQ. 84S 86 84S 84 84 , 44178 CMftStP 80S 87S 80S 87 87S Pp(....140 141 140 140 141 M8oo,KIftP 70 77 76 76 76 00C.UTftT. 3 3 31, 3 3 4B0CmOi.i06 108 100 168 100 788DHad.ll8118llg118 112 0OD,l,ftW167167H 167S167 168 U00tO. 81 81 21 88 84 WODftRO. us US 11 11 H CoODAROp 42?, 43 4Br, 4,3 4as TlODMftFD US 18 U 18 12 M08r.rt.RR io ia 1S 16 16 lOI&rUlitp 30 86 36 36 36 BOXrUMp ia 10 18 10 10 I80K4IKI..18O 180 180 120 181 1760KBOU. 01 02 01 01 08 krit a Pf 116 116 116 114 110 18 OB ft W d.bB.. 44 4 4 41 0 lioaiKorpiae 120 120 iso 12a 14tOUcaElM 34S 84 34S 84 34 1401110111. . IJVdllao 00 00 00 06 00 ItGoniOeat. 08 OOS 08S 00 00 8001. 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B ft VTpf... 34 34V1 33 34 84 81 HAW.. 10 10 10 10 11 BBONorPac. 14 14 14 14 14 miBNPaop, 41 48 40 41 41 8B0ntAW 16 16 16 16 16S lOOOrUAX 81 81 81 81 83 180OBI. 18 18 IBS 17 1B 1840PaaUaU 31 81 31 31 81 808P.DAB 8 2 8 IS 8 PulPal0170 170 170 100 170 1060 P. 0,0 A BtL... 14 10 141, 14, io 600 P, C,0 A BtLp.. 63 66 68 66 67 8 OOP ft Bail 0 6S 6 6S OS UOOPh-nlxM.OS .08 ,08 18880 rUadlnc 23 84 83 83 84 lSS84Raadlp 47 40 47 48 40 8400 Read Sn QBS EflU drl on gnu lOROWp 61 61 61 60 61 aOOStLABF 6 6 5 6 6 lBOOBt L fts Hit p. 47 4B 47 47 48 tOOEt LB F8dp. 17 17 17 17 17 SOOBtLSW 3 3 3S 8 3 lOOBtLBWp BS BS 8S 8 8 B780BtPAO. 06 00 06 00 00 IB Sixth At106 106 106 108 800 B7B8tanRftT 0 0 0 0 0 400BoPao.. 16 10 16 10 10 lBSOBoRwy . 0 0 0 0 0 BOSBBoRrp. 80S 30S 80S 80 80 IlBtJftQI litp... 38 80 38 30 40 lOBtJftOI dp... 10 10 10 8880 TO ft L. 83 84 83 84S 84 300TxPao. 11 11 11 10 11 800UaPac 6 0 6 0 0 1000UPJ)AO 2 8 2 2 8 eSSUB Rub. 10 10 10 0 10 BSOUSRubp 64 66 68 62 63 8805U8Lp 02 03 62 02 63 1880 Wab p.. 14 16S 14S 16 16S 8BWPBX.107 108 107 106 100 1848 WUTM 84 86 84 84 85 7885 WALE. 1 IS 1 1 IS 18UWLKp 6 6 6 6 0 Total lalei. 470.108 ahana. BOSTON CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Bid. Alttd. Bid. Jttta. BO ft Alb.. 813 814 AmBtUTrtBSB 888 BoAMo...l60 101 WcrtElra.. 81 ChtoJcom.103 104 OmKleop- 76 78 ntohburcp 01 08 BoaftUoB.,130 130 NnrXaxp. 00 CalftIIecla800 806 MX Cent 4i 60 70 Oaceola..... 30 30 Old Colony. 180 Qalnc7K...llQ 110 WERcom. 01 01 TamIIln...l31 Domla-aC- 10 10 nuutDsxpniA ClOSINO quotationb. Bid. Aiktd. Bid. UBlted. UhimVal. 31 31 UOImpCo 73 73 rcnnRR... 63 63 Wo I, Co.. 44 46 OPRotl.. 10 18 ElSBeom. 10 20 rhUaTrao. 72 72ElSBpf... 21 21 Onion Trao 11 12 Pn,LftPo 14 14 (tPIO.. 72 72 PH,LftPp 83 83 UrtTrao...lll 112 Well C com 18 22 CTefNJa 28 20 WclaOpf.. 02 04 CTotMJS 02 02 BaltTraot- 18 18 CHICAGO CLOSIWQ QUOTATIONB. Bid. Mktd. Bid. AiUd. BI"L"... 42 43 NTBUealt 40 60 AmBtr-bd.. 20 20 NObStRr.834 886 CfcBrewpt 30 31 St Stable C. 14 16 Clt7R'wjr.S4S 846 WChStR7l06 100 MuuM l.".144 140 UetWS.... 41, 0 LakaB-L" 13 14 LATEST LONDON anOTATIONS. Atoblson.aap 13 Norfolk ft Wpf.n.. 20 Canadian PactOo... 08 Northern Paulnopt. 48 Chaiapeak ft Ohio. 17 Ontario Welt..... 10 Crlcon,aap 10 Penjujlranla. 64 ErUlrtpf 36 Fleadlnr, litap.... 12 nilno! Central 101 St Paul 88 Eaniatft Texu.... 13 South Railway 0 LakeBhora. 174 South Railway p(.. 30 LouUtIII ft Naih.. 63S Calon Paclflo, 6 New York Central. 104 Wabaaapt. 10 Monday, July 10. Whatever reiulta tha Oorernment and the incnr reflnlnir Industry may derlre from the ug-ar schedule agreed upon by tha Tariff Con ference Committee last Saturday and It Is plain from the widely different opinions expressed eren by tariff experts that time and experience can alone determine what those results will be the fact remains that the speculative manipu lators ot Sugar Refining stock construed the new schedule as favorable to the refining Industry, and proceeded promptly this morning to convert every one skeptical of the accuracy of their views by abetting ex traordinary advances in tho prices of both 8ugar Refining common and preferred. There was a wild scramble for tha common stock at the opening, and. In consequence. It sold at the same moment at prices ranging from 2 to 0 points above the final price of Saturday. After the excitement had subsided somewhat the mar kot was found to be in the neighborhood ot 138. The lowest price at tho opening, namely, 130, proved to be the lowest ot the day. From the figure first montloned the market began to creep up until 140 was reached, and then the news came to band that tha tariff schedule as agreed to alto included additional protection against the product ot countries that pay a bounty. This started a fresh advance that culminated at 144, making the maximum ad vance from the final price of Saturday IIS points. A reaction naturally followed, still the final price was 8 points above that of Saturday. The transactions in Sugar Refining exceeded 100,000 shares; yet even that unusual amount was less than 25 V cent, ot the total transac tions. Activity was stimulated throughout tha list by the fact that an agreement upon the tariff had been reached and by crop and foreign trade prospects, with which the readers of this column are familiar. The rapid and violent fluctuations in Sugar Refining and tho enormous trading In It caused a degree of regular ity throughout the remainder of the list. Many professional operators apparently argued that to-day's market for Sugar Refining would ba likely to have a detrimental effect upon the en tire speculation. They therefore sold stocks from time to time with the expectation of re covering them to advantage upon a reaction. In this view they were constantly disappointed, partly by tho further advances scored by Sugar Refining and also by the fact that the demand for stocks from beyond the limits ot the Street was larger than for a long time past. Still another factor was the continued paucity of offerings by othors than professional opera tors. This clrcumstanco was to a considerable extent responsible for the extraordinary rise in Bugar Refining. Resides, some of the buying of that stock was evidently ot so urgent a charac ter ns to convince the Street that a short interest of no ordinary magnitude had been compelled to close its contracts. The heaviest dealings next to those in Sugar Refining wero in St. Paul, Chicago, UurllnL'ton and Qulncy, ltock Island, Clilcngo Que, Iteadlng first preferred and common, Xrooklyn Rapid Transit, Northern Pacific preferred, Chtcneo Great Western, Ixmlsvlllo and Nashville, Atchi son, and American Toh.itco. Whilo nil of these stocks raado notable contributions to larger total transactions than hrvve been rcior.ied for .1 long time, the dealings In u largo number of shares that aro ncglocted except when tho specnlutivo tldo is running high, formed an Important ele ment in the ilnj'i business. ThaQiiingcr stocks, In which group Chicago Great Weitern may properly bo Included, wero obviously affected br crop advices and the certainty that both spring apd wlntor wheat will move to market freely on account ot tha heavy foreign demand and the, resnltlng satisfactory prices. The advance in CMomto Qi 18 ia anticipation et UttdtolM- Don ot another quarterly dividend at tha rata of 0 cent, and approach" to tho formal consoli dation ot tha companies noxt month. Appre ciation ot tha outlook for tha anthracite coal trade during tho remainder ot the year account for the revival of activity In Reading securities. London traded for both accounts In this market, and tho balance ot Its transactions was unim portant. The closlntr wss strong at a recession all round from the best prices; still, nearly all ot the stocks most actively dealt in closed materially higher than on Saturday, Final sales compare with thoso ot Saturday as follows! J 17. July 18. July 17. Ju)v 10. A.TftSKf. 18 13 NWeom...llB 117 A,TA8Fp 86 86NPaspf... 40 41S AmBIuf ..133 141 NTCeBt...lOC 101 AmSRefpl08 116 N J Cent... 88 88 Am Tob.... 77 78Omahacom 06 00 AmBpM... 11 UOntAW... 16 16S AmSpMp. 30 30 Pan Mail... 31 31 Brook RT- 33 38 PullPCar..lOO 170 C.BAQ.... 84 84 Hoeklsland 76 70 Conaas.,,.107 108 Reading.... 23 23 ChfiftO... 17 17 Read lit pi 47 46 ChloOai... 04 068tPoom,.. 80 87 DelAIInd..llS 112 BoR'way.. 0 0 OenKlee... 34 31" So R'way p 20 80 llUnoti Can 08 OOSStaodRAT 0 0 Kan ft Tex. 12 13 TexaaPae.. 11 11 KanftTpt. 81 32 TC.IftR... 83 24 Lou ft Nun 61 62 Union Pao. 0 0 UanhCon.. 80 01UBRubpt. 53 62 UlanftBtl. 24 240BLeathp 02 02 Mo Paclflo.. 20 81 Wabaahpf. 14 16 NatLead... 31 31WUnTal.. 84 86 NatLeadpt 00 100 WnftLE.. 1 1 NorAmer.. 4 4 Government bonds steady at unchanged quo tations. Hallway bonds strong and active. The features were Brooklyn Rapid Transit Bs,Chesa- Eeaka and Ohio general 4His, Duluth, South hore and Atlantic 5s. Detroit Gas Ss, Erie prior 4s, Fort Worth and Denver City 1st, General Electrlo debenture Ss, Kansas Pacific consols, t, r.; Louisville and Nashville gold 4s, Oregon Im provement lsts, tr,; Reading general 4s, San Antonio and Aransas Pass 4s, Southern Hallway fis, Union Paclflo s. f., t. r.; Union Pacific, Den ver and Gulf lsts, Atchison, Northern Paclflo. Oregon Short Line, Texas Pacific, Wabash, and West Shore Issues. The moro important net ad vances were in Atchison adj. 4s, "s cont., to SlTg. and general 4s, . to 80; Chesapeake and Ohio general 44S, . to 778; Detroit Gas 5s, 1, to 85; Erleprior48,,to80: Fort Worth and Den ver City lsu, to 07; General Klectrio deben ture 5s. h, to 00; Kansas Paclflo consols, t. r., o. to 75: Louisville and Nashville gold 4s, 1, to 82; Northern Paclflo prior 4s, s, to 80S, and general 3s, h. to 5(1; Oregon Improvement lsts, t. r., 4, to 04; Reading general 4s, e. to 83; San Antonio and Aransas Pass 4s. , to 60: Southern Jlatlway Os. Oa. to 00; Texat Pacific lsts. S, to 03, and 2ds,Sg. to 28; Union Paclflo s. f., t. r., 2, to 04: Union Paclflo, Denver and Gulf lsts. , to 30; Wabash lsts, S, to 104, nd 2ds, , to 70S; West Shore 4s, Se, to 109, and 4s. r.. S V cent, to 100. Tho noteworthy net declines were in Brooklyn Rapid Transit 5s, s V cent, to 80, and Duluth, South Shoro and Atlantic 5s, s Vcent., to 101e. In bank stocks 24 shares of Central National sold at 160. 24 shsres Ninth at 100, and 20 shares of Seaboard at 170. Commercial price of bar silver in New York, C0c. Bar stiver In London closed ot 27Rd. Mexican silver dollars were quoted at 40ia 48o. Exports to Europe to-morrow 850,000 ounces. Money on call, 1 Vcent. Time money is quoted as follows: Sixty days, 2 V cent.; ninety days, 2 V cent: four months, 2 V cent; six months, 3 Vcent, and aeven months, 3 Vcent. on good mixed Stock Exchnnge collateral. Commercial paper quiet Prime Indorsed hills receivable are quoted nt 2 V cent, choice and prtmo single nsmes at 3 V cent, and good names at 4(24) Wcent Sterling exchange was steady, and the vol ume of business was light Continental ex change was quiet and steady. Posted asking rates for sterling, t4.87 for long bills and 84.88 for demand. Actual rates are: Long bills, $4.80 (34.80 ; sight drafts, 4.87(ft4.87, and cable transfers, 84.87i394.8712. Francs are quoted at &.17a3S.ia' for long and S.15S35.1S for short; rclchsmarks, 05 3-1G&95 0-16 for long and 05305S for short: guilders. 40340 3-10 for long and 40 O-IOSIO'b for short Domcstto exchange on New York: Boston 10012 cents discount Charleston Buying, far; selling. a premium. Savannah Buying, -luotl; selling, par. New Orleans Bank, 91 premium; commercial, SI discount San Fran cisco Sight, 17 cents premium; telegraph, 20 cents premium. 8t Louis 40365 cents pre mium. Chicago 40 cents premium. Cincinnati Between banks, 25 cents discount, and over counter, 50 cents premium. The all-rail east-bound shipments of dead freight from Chicago last week were 51.924 tons, against 61,001) tons the previous week and 62,740 tons the corresponding week of the pre vious Year. Standard Oil certificates sold at 814Q315 and closed at 8143315, The dealings were mod erate. Tha Pittsburg, Youngstown and Ashtabula Railroad reports gross earnings for June of 8105,071. an Increase of 921,930 as compared with the same month of Inst year, and net 598.752, an Increase of 41,303. For tho six months ending June 30 the gross earnings were 8005,104, a decrease ot $87,073 as compared with the corresponding period of last year, and net $220,348, an Incrcaso of $2,821. Tho receipts of the Government to-day were: Customs, $343,725; Intornal Revenue, $880, 073. nnd miscellaneous, $300,007. a total of $1,&D7,3G5. The disbursements were $2,565, 000. an excess of expenditures over receipts of $067,035. The receipts of the fiscal year to dato have been $10,434,267, nnd disbursements $35, 105,000, an excess ot expenditures over receipts of $15,760,733. The net assets of tbe Treasury at the elose of business to-day, as officially computed, compare with those of Saturday as follows: July 17. July IB. Gold coin and bullion ... 113.231, 1T il48,s8.084 Bllier dollars and bullion BI,40.V81 81,414,880 United Etatei notes HS.BB,987 xO.o03.41S Other assets in excess ot demand liabilities 7,083.0SJ 20,003,030 Available cash balance. Including cold balance. 2B1, 088,847 $231,301,030 Money In London, 31a V cent Rates of dis count in open market for both short nnd three months' bills 13-1037a V cent Paris advices quoted 3 V cents at 104 francs 07 centimes. Exchange on London 25 francs 10 centimes. The weekly statement of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows the following changes as cam- fared with the previous account: Cash on hand ncreased 15,080,000 marks. Treasury notes in creased 720.000 marks, "other" securities de creased 62,700.000 marks, notes In circulation decreased 60,880.000 marks. E. 4: C. Randolph announce that they are pre pared to deal In Lehigh Valley Railroad stock and Philadelphia securities. coaiuJsitoiAL coupryD. Monday, July 10, Graih Wheat Spot was steadier. Sales 16,000 bush. No. 1 hard Manitoba at 85c free on board afloat for ex port At tho outports 100,000 busb. No. 2 bard winter and No. 2 red wero sold for export on private terms. Chicago sold 240,000 bush, spring wheat for export Free on board afloat: No. 1 Northern spring New York, 843B4c.; No. 2 bard winter, SBHc; No, 2 red, 79c Minneapolis received to day 202,800 bush., against 150,500 lost year; Duluth 100,708, against 122,328; Chicago 7,000, against 140,070; Milwaukee 30,650, against 20,160; Toledo 0,178, against 52,004; Detroit 3.220, against 7,672: St. Louis 4,000, against 138,743 last year. Futures declined lc to ISc., but recovered this and advanced ae. to He on all months except July, which was "bo, Inva, ITiitttrA haImi fl Sn.VATW tlllal, as fnllA... ww.. ... -- , , -- ., m .v.w,,B, Sal. Optntisa. aiohnl, Lomtit, doting. Kloht. JnlT H2 H- HI HB, H2 Heptember 70 70 74 70 70 October 70 77 78 77 70 December 77 7B 78 78 77a; Darter Wu firm. Kew faedln?;, X6(20o., cost and Irelgbt to liufWoi inaltlur, HHtitKc lire Wu hliher. mate, UvUJOc.i No. x Wi stern, 8ta,o,oot and IreitDt to lluiralo. Sales 1(1,00.) uuih. Corn Spot was stronger. Hilrs H4.UO0 bush.. Including An,. 000 No. '. mixed at 3Ua. fn-i- on bnaid afloat for ex. porti No. I! mined. In eleTator, IUVm No. a do., de llvered, ri.000 at 39e. Future sdranced o. Fu ture sales 1110,000 buti., a follows; Sat. Opening. Illchttt. Voweit. Cloilng. Sight, Jnly 01 dii, Ausmst .... 31 "s 01 September SIS t3 81 82 ai Oats 8pot was firm. Sales 110.000 busb.. Including 70.000 white clipped an'l 10,000 track mixed, on rrl" rate terms for export. No. si while, llAiyo.i No. 8 do., tMo.i No. U wlille clipped, illo.i No, 8 do., iids.i No. 8 mixed. 10.0110 at iuci No. 3 do.. Ulc.i rejected mixed, V0c,i do. white, ke.; track mixed, tt KUKiC 1 track white, VO.000 at '.'Sa30a. No. 2 uilitd, delivered, 2l!c. I'uturvn advanced 'oc. Future sales 10,01)1) biuli., at rollowsi Sat. Opening, Itlahft, i-ouxif. doting. .V(pM, July .21 21 1 21 Auiruit 21 21 21 21 ...; rleitcml'er ... l 22 This is tba visible supply! ,'uly 1 7. Mil. li'etl'tChanget. July 1 B.'BA. Wheat. bu....l0,34,ooo lcc. l,VM,ioo 40,74:1,000 Corn, hu .. l.M8o,i0ii lice. 20.1,000 H,flnn,000 Oats, bu 7,011.1,1)00 Inc. 04,000 7,10t,llli0 llr, l,U 2,0H,0(U lite. 011,000 l.O.Ml.llOO llariey, bu.,, l.OOVlOU (no. 207.000 748,0'10 Tbe Nov York stn:k U glreu below: July 17. '91. WtrVtChangtt.JvluW.'Vn. Wheat, ba,,. 014,277 Disc. 1H4.IU2 l.VUf-,207 Corn, ba l,3:m,753 Dee. 823,U7a uns.ui OatsTbu 1,71.1, 145 Deo. 0,757 !,H4I,2H2 HreTbu. .... 403,868 Ino, 048 8,010 llariey, bu.,., 107,000 Ino. 86,841 47,0011' Tha speculation In whsat to-day was active. The market was fcverlih and tha fluctuations in prices 1 wsrsXr4Usnt. At Brut prtcts advancsd. TbSrfsables "Hi were better than had been expected and were a compacted by good baying orders. Tbe demand was soon aallsned, however, and In the absence of con tinued support prices weakened and declined on local liquidation. Liberal receipts of new wheat also contributed to weaken tbs tone. Kansas city re ceived 208,000 btuh, against 00,000 a year ago. Chicago received 08 cars, 03 of which were now. Ons hundred cars are expected then to-morrow. Dut before tbs olose prices rallied and advanced on allmontbaexoept July, wbloh closed lower for tbe day, Tbe early sellers bought, and the strength at St. Louis was also a bullish factor. Tbe world's shipments for tbe weak were light and there was a good decreet In tbe vlilbla supply. Liverpool declined Id. I'arU deollntd o. to lo., but rallied. Flour there closed 10 centimes lower. Tbe Northwestern reoelpU were 478 ears, atalnst EH4 tut week and 1)34 last year. The visible supply de created 1,283,000 bnsh. Tbe English visible depressed 1,808,000 busb. Tbe world's shipments list week were 8,874,002 busb., against 4,288,000 In tbe pre vious week and 5,840,000 last year. Corn was quiet but nrmer, In sympathy with the rise In wheat. The visible supply decreased 300,000 busb. Tho world's shipment last week were 8,039,010 hush., against 8,018,717 In the previous week. Chicago received 719 curst tbe receipts there to-morrow are estimated at 1,000 cars. Osta were Irregular. The visible sup ply Increased 04,000 bush. Chloago received 840 can and expect 470 to-morrow. Chteago, July IP "Wheat sold off early cent from Saturday's close. on tba strength of a lower Liverpool, but rallied quickly, advancing 9c. from the bottom, the range being from ftoc. to 71 o closing with sellers at 71 c. Ontsldsof heavy receipts at Kansas Ctty, prospect of continued liberal movement from tbe Southwest, and the decline In Liverpool, the news was all very bull ish, that from tbe Continent being almost sensation ally strong. There were sale hero of 240,000 bush, prlng wheat for export, and heavy purchases were male on Continental account for September ship ment. Paris eablea reported threshing of tbe new crop a very disappointing. If tbe shortage In the foreign crop Is ss great as advices from there Indicate, present priors here will look cheap later on. Crop report (rom ths spring wheat district were, as a rule, fully as ravorai.le aa heretofore noted. Corn was dull and easier than Saturday's close. The weather was favor able over nearly tbe whole of ths corn bell, Wbat strength there was to the market was due to the sd vanne Inwbeat. Tbe growing crop Is uneven, with plenty that Is good and bad In most every district. T isis m le7 aeosaauii n iwa va va hhuuhmisuii irw made. In the mean time, we are liable to have ths usual category ot crop scares. Oat wero dull and In clined to weakness. The market was only sustained by the strength In wheat and corn." Flocs Waa quiet. Buyers were looking for con cessions, but holders remained firm. Sales 0,800 bbls. J7arrs. Saoit. Receipt. 0,038 032 Exports 17,830 48,211 Winter In bbls.: Superfine, tS.03at3.05; No. 2 extra, t8.1Sat8.85t No. 1 extra, 3.43ai8.en! tlesrs, S3. 45 0tt3.no: straight. tt. lot patents. t4.30rt4.3B. COTTON Spot cotton here wss unchanged, with sale of 581 bale for spinning. Middling uplands Re., against 7c. last year: New Orleana and nulf 8 against 7c. last year. The Southern stock market were firm, but unchanged. Savannab sold 306 bates. New Orleans 800, Charleston 00, St. Louis 0, and Norfolk a bales. Liverpool declined l-38d. on tbe pot. with sales of 12,000 btlest futures thero de clined 4 to B points. In Manchester yarns nnd cloths were quiet. Memphis received to-dsy Hu bsles, against SO last week and 80 last ycart Bt Louis '.'9, against 21 last week end none last year: Augusta 3, against 72 last week and 1 list year: Cincinnati SS7, atfilDit 841 last week and cone last ytari Houston 837, Including 1 new, against 1H last week and 25 last J ear. Memphis shipped to-day 007 bales, St, Louis ,087, Cincinnati 08, and Houston 813 bales. The receipt at tbe port were 178 bales, against 494 last week and 784 last year: thus far this week 74ft, against 808 thns far last week. Tbe exports from the ports approximated 1.200 bales. New Orleans de clined 0 points. Futures here opened 3 to 7 points lower, recovered part of this, but reacted and closed quiet wth prices 9 to 11 point lower for the day, with sales of bO.OOO bales. The future trailing was as follows: Cloting. niohett, Lotrett. Salet. July. 7.447.4B 7.48 7.48 100 August 7.41C47.43 7.40 7.80 12,200 September.. 7.197.20 7.32 7.10 10,200 October 7.0237.03 7.08 7.02 10,000 November.. 0.8e.U7 7.08 0.97 0.700 December. .0.80137.00 7.09 7.00 18,800 January... .7.0297.03 7.0U 7.03 20,800 February.. .7.00c7.07 7.00 7.08 800 March. 7.10(87.11 7.18 7.10 1.000 AprU. 7.137.19 7.18 7.19 400 Good rains were reported throughout the cotton belt on Saturday night and Sunday, causing lower markets here and In Liverpool to-day. There was no great pressure to sell here after the opening, bow. ever, and thdnet loss for the day was small. Liver pool was active on the spot at a slight decline, but futures there declined sharply Tbe rainfall In Texas, however, according to the official report, was not gen eral by any means. The total rainfall In the State for two days waa 10.00 Inches, 4.H2 of which fell at Sherman. In Arkansas and the rest of the cot ton belt tbe rains were general. The Signal Service predict showers to-night In Texas, Oklahoma. Indian Territory. Arkansas. Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Liverpool was a moderate seller bere to-day, but the speculation wss mainly local. Opotika. Ala., July 19 "Weather the first half of July baa been exceedingly favorable. Fre quent showers have greatly benefited earlr and lato plantings, and given vigor and sice S)o the plant,whlch ia heavily fruited, and many from bolls are reported. Present prospects are brilliant. Believe we will have new cotton Sept. 1. With favorable weether will cer tainly make a full yield. Crop la well worked and In good condition to withstand heat or too much rain, unlet we have drought we shall have a splendid staple, a bolle are large." Annlston. Ala., July 18. MA succession of heavy ralnawa bad throughout thla section from Sd to 13th Inst., greatly Improving growing crop. Cotton ha sine made rapid progress and appear about as large aa an average season at this date, and is remarkably well fruited. Some es pecially well-cultivated farma report six to eight .mwn rmllt titth.atttk. PIM mr. ot11 n,lrvl ami there Is no grass to binder continued growth. While crop Is later than last year, It now presents a most promising appearance." Athena. Ua.. July 18. "Crop Is spotted. Some place plant 1 small and some places good average alee. Ralna have been par tial: prospect good where rains were had; rain needed now." One bale new cotton waa received at Oalveeton to-day. LWKuiTic Wool The Wool Exchange quotes do mestic wool, as follows: Oblo and Pennsylvania, XXX. 23c: XX and above, 2lc.t X, 21A22c.t No. 1. 24929c.: No. 2. 24323c.: fine unwashed, 16a 17c; unmerchantable, 17tl8c. Ohio Combing No. 1, H and blood. 28c; No. 2, blood, 23c; Ohio delaine, 2432ac Michigan X and above, 10c.t No. 1, 22c: No. 2, 23c; line unwashed. lOttlec; unmerchantable, lee Michigan Combing No. 1. and blood. 22a23c; No. 2, blood, 222ftc; Michigan delaine, 22c. Ken tucky, Indiana, and Missouri Combing, blood. 2044 21c; combing, blood, 2012.210.; combing, braid, lOc.t clothing. blood. 10420c; clothing, blood, 1DA20CI clothing, coarse, lHc Corrtt nto on the spot was dull but ftrmi Ifc 7. 727c. Bales 2.000 bags Maracalbo, 800 bat TJn raramauga. 730 bags Central Ameilcan. and 100 bags Savanllla on private terms. Tbe future trading waa aa follow: Safes. nighett. tovett. Cloting. January.... 1,000 7.90 7.00 7.60(87.95 rehruary... 000 7.60 7.00 7.BSw7.eo March 5,760 7.00 7.99 7.60CS7.00 AprU 3.600 7.70 7.00 7.807.5 Msy 4.730 7.70 7.03 7.637.70 June 600 7.80 7.80 7.7987.80 July 1.300 7.10 7.03 7.00(87.10 August 2.000 7.10 7.03 7.06U7.IO September. 3,000 7.25 7.20 7.0(t7.28 October.... 1.000 7.33 7.80 7.23147.35 November.. 300 7.40 7.40 7.80ljt7.40 December. .18.250 7.30 7.40 7.4037.40 Futures here advanced 30 to 40 point, closing Irreg ular after sales of 41,230 bags. Havre advanced lf. to l'.f. Hamburg advanced 2U(i!.2 pfg Blowa unchanged; receipts, 17,000; exchange, 7 17-82d., an advance ot 1.32d. Santo was 900 rela higher; re ceipts. 21,000. The advance here and In Europe to day was caused by a Brailllan cable stating that frost had datm ged tbe crop In the Kantos district. Nival htqee Dull. Spirits of turpentine, SA 26e.i common to good strained rosin, fl,03(A tl.07. ParraoLrtTM Crude certificates were unquoted here and at Oil City. Kenned here, 0.79; in Philadelphia, 9.70; naphtha, ft. 80, Paoristois Lard steady. Prime. 14,82. rork firm hut dull. Mess, t"ils.00. Tallow, 8c But tr Creamery, Weitern, 16((16a Eggs state, fresh gathered. lai2o. Chicago, July lv." Pro visions scored a fair advance on lighter nog receipt thanxieotd and because of an excellent cash de mand. The speculative demand waa rather light, and soma realising by local long caused a setback late In the day. and the market iSoaed steady with part of ths early Improvement held. F.lf bteen thousand hogs are estimated for to-morrew. This market has a strong undertone, and the outlook la for considera bly higher prices." scoauItaw dull but flrmt SOMeit, 8ai SO test, 8sc Sale 300 bbls. muscovado, 80 test, at 8o. Refined Ann and rather more active. Cnicaoo, July 10. These were to-day's prices; Sat. TFTisat; Opining. IJigkut. Lowsf. Cloting. Kiaht. July .. 74 78 78 78 76 Sept... B 71 " 71 08 Dee... 71 72 70 72 71 Corn! Sept.. 20 7 28 18 97 Deo... 27 28 27 27 28 Sept!."- 17 18 17 17 IS May... 20 20 20 20 20 la rd; Sent... 4.15 4.20 4.12 4.15 4.10 Sent...' 4.45 4.00 4.41 4,45 4.4S Aw: Sept.., (.7.62 17.07 t7.07 t7.0J (7,60 Uve Stoeli Market. JTxw York, Monday, July 10. neeelpU ef beeves yesterday and to-day, Including 00 cars to 1 ex. Sorted and 03 cars direct to local slaughterers, were ,387 bead; 98 cars on sale all told. Generally steady; common and medium steers a trifle firm. Tho yard were not quite cleared at the close. Native steer sold st t4.2fU5.10 v 100 fti,; stags anil oxen at t"4t4.29i bulls at tll.ftOtm 401 dry covrs at t2At3.90, Dressed beef steady at 8S,8o. i It. for native side. Cable from British markets quota American steer at titsftlO'c. y ., dressed weight; American refrigerated beef at 7(7ic. V B. Nn exports to day; to-morrow, U44 breves and 2,880 quarters of b?sf, Itcelptsof calves yesterday and today, all for the market, were 2,888 head; acllvo and c, higher all around and tbe pens were ilentvd early. Veals sold at t(tt'l.73 V 100 s.tDuttermllkcslvrs at 4H.73 14. City dressed oils higher at HLjcuioLe. tb. llrcelptaof sheep and latnhn yesterday and to-day, Including 11 lars direct to hutchem, were lO.lJri head; 94 cars on sale, all told. Sheep stesdyt lamia active, but sales arersged a shsdo easier, About 4 cars were held over. Mieepeold at C33C4.60 100 fis 1 lambs at 1 1.73(4 13.73. Dressed mutton, 7(t8sc. r b. I dressed lambs. 7(41 Oc. Ito rlpts of ho;s yrsterdsy and tvdsy weie 0,300 tend 1 701 head on sale. Firm at t3.liuat4.l6, Ileal statute Private Rales. Arthur R. Parsons ha sold for Mary R. Cox to Ar thur C. Minders, the ilot on Ihe north aide of Sixty. seventh street 123 fet west of Amsterdam avenue, 100x100.6. Mr, Manders gives In part payment No. oi:t ti OIK Writ 17nthstrret, four three-story dwell Ingi.escb 18.9x30x100, Tne transfer Involves about tiuu.uoo. Bernard Smyth ft Sons have sold for James Meehau the lot on tllverelde Drive, 160 feet south of 119th street, 28x100. Aahbst P. Fitch has sold the lot on Fifth avenua, 20 feat aouth of 81xty-cond street, recently pur ehuast br nlm of J. Sergeant Cram, to Mrs, Jospla i 1 ' a xEOxrrJSR xon josir cottier. Tfceaght te Be tferth fa 50,000 When H ts tired from at Iterative OfBce Three Tears Age. Alderman John Gullfoylo of Brooklynreoentlr obtained Judgment against former County Clerk John Cottier for labor and material furnished In the building of some houses in West Brooklyn. The execution was returned by the Sherlft un satlsflod, and then proceedings were taken in tha Supremo Court, which resulted yesterday In tho appointment by Justiod Van Wyck of William C. Courtney at receiver of Mr. Cottier's prop erty. Mr. Cottier has been In financial troubles for a year, due, it it said, to unfortunate real estate investments. At ono time Mr. Cottier was the Democratlo leader in the Eighteenth ward, and after his election as County Clerk moved to the Thirtieth ward. It was the general opinion that when he retired from the County Clerk's ofllce threo years ago he was worth over 9150,000. When nominated for County Clerk six years ago he was n buyer in a loading Brook lyn dry goods establishment. Court (Jstlendara This Day, Appellate Division Supreme Court. Recess. Supreme Court Kpeolal Term. Part I. Motion cal endar called at 10:80 A.M. Part II. Kx-parte mat tars. Surrogate's Court Chambers. Motion calendar called at 10:80 A. M. For probate Will of Charles llahn. Frank Kxtacutntt. John Wilkin. Louts Sclma bel, Cathsrlne Carroll, Emma Orecner, Henry Often, Anna A. King, Nloholaa W, S. Catlla. John J. Delaney, Mary A.Costello, Annie M. Cahlll, at 10:30 A. M. Circuit Court Special term. Motion. efttmnctai. PDOPnAI PHD $10,053,017.27 op 3! Bonds and Stock OP THE1 City of New York. Exempt from taxntlon by the City nnd County ot New York. Principal and interest Payable in Gold sxxctrroiu, administtiatoiw, ouap.diavs. AND OTHERS HOLDINO TRUST FUNDS ARE AUTHORIZED Br AN ACT OF TUB LEGISLATURE PASSED MARCH 14. 1880, TO INVEST IN THESE BONDS AND STOCK. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RECEIVED by the Comptroller of the Olty of New York, at his office. No. S80 Broadway, In tha City of New Tork, untUJ Thursday, tbe 29th day of Jnly, 1897, AT a O'CLOCK P. St.. when they will be publicly opened, aa provided by law, for the whole or part ot the following described Coupon or Registered Bond and Stock of the City of New Tork, bearing, interest at three and one-half per cent, per annum, to wltt OI.TOO.OOO.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITT OF NEW TORK, KNOWN A8 "ADDITIONAL WATER STOCK OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK." Principal payable Oct. 1. 1910. 0,000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. KNOWN AS "SANITARY IMPROVEMENT BCnOOLHOUSE BONDS." Princi pal payable Nov. 1, 101R, 1SO.OOO.OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF T1TE CITY OF NEW YORK. FOR TI1E PURCHASE OF NEW STOCK OR PLANT FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF STREET CLEANING. Princi pal payable Nov. 1. 1H10. 1,010,090.47 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, KNOWN as "scnooLnousE bonds." PiinclpsI payable Nor. 1, 1010. 00,000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. FOR AC- 5DIRINO LAND REQUIRED FOR UK BRIDOE OVER THE IIAB LESI RIVER AT THIRD AVENUE, AND TnE APPROACHES THERE- i n. ., k. .- . 1018. S00.000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, FOR NEW BUILDINOS, ETC . FOR THE DE PARTMENT OF PUBLIC CIIARI. TIES. Principal payable Nov. 1, 1018. 900,000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OP NEW YORK. FOR NEW BUILDINGS, ETC., FOR THE DE PARTMENT OF CORRECTION. Principal pavableNov. 1, IH18. SOO.OOO.OO CONS6LIDATED 8TOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. FOR RE PAVINO STREETS AND AVE NUES. Principal payable Nov. 1, 1018. 00,000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. FOR LAY INO WATER MAINS. Principal pavableNov. 1. It) 18. 9 O.OOO. OO CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, KNOWN AS POLICE DEPARTMENT BONDS." Principal payable Nov. 1.1018. 040,000.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF TnE CITY OF NEW YORK. STREET AND PARK OPENINO FUND STOCK. Principal payable Nov. 1.1018. 007,010.00 CONSOLIDATED STOCK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, FOR THE REDEMPTION OP REVENUE BOND ISSUED FOR THE PAY MENT OF AW A RDS. ETC., IN THE FORT WASHINGTON PARK PROCEEDING. Principal pay able Nor. 1. 1018. aao.4ai.oo consolidated stock ok the CITY OF NEW YORK, FOR THE REDEMPTION OF REVENUE BONDS ISSUED FOR THE PAY MENT OF JUDOMENTR FOR THE AWARDS, ETC.. IN THE MAT TER OF ACQUIRING THE SITE FOR A COURTHOUSE FOR THE APPKI.LATE DIVISION OF THE SUPREME COURT. Principal payable Nov. 1. 1018. 0.000,000.00 CONSOLIDATPI) STOCK OF TnE CITY OP NEW YORK, KNOWN AH "DOCK BONDS." Principal payable Nov. 1. 1"'.'7. The resolutions of the Commissioners of the Sinking fund, exempting said Bonds and Mock from local taxation, were adopted pursuant to the authority of an ordinance of the Common Council approved by the Mayor October 9, 1880, and aectlon 137 ot the Kew York City Consolidation Act ot 1889, TTIE PRINCIPAL OF AND THE INTEREST ON THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED BONDS AND STOCK ARB PAYABLE TN OOLD COIN OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. OF TnF. PRESENT BTANDARD OF WEIQUT AND FINENESS, AT THE OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. CONDITIONS provided by Section 148 of the New Tork City Con solidation Act of 1881, a amended by Chapter 108 of the Laws of 1807: No proposal for bond or stock will be accepted for lesa than the par value or ths same. Each bidder must deposit with the Comptroller In money, or by certified oheck drawn to tha order of the said Comptroller upon a State or National Bank of tbe City of New York, TWO PER CENT, of the .Ha . 4 It a hhlnASal flieil tlrvltisv nsu en I tl tl Wfc UDUUUfc VI IN jitvivei aaavauuautA ft. aw proposal will be received or considered which Is not accompanied by such deposit. All such deposit will bo returned by the Comptroller to the person mak ing the same within three day after decision aa to the highest bldderor bidders has been made, except the deposit or deposit made by such highest bidder or bidders. If said highest bidder or bidders shall re fuse or neglect, within Uve dsys after the service of written notice of the award to bltit or them, to pay to the Chamberlain of the City of New York the amount of the stock or bonds awarded to Dliy or them at their par value, together with the pi-fl mium thereon, If any, less the amount deposited by him or them, tbe amount of suoh deposit or deposits shall be forfeited to and be retained by Ihe City of New York a liquidated damage for such refusal ornrglect, The Comptroller, with the approval of tbe Com missioner of the Sinking Fund, shall determine what. If any, part of said proposals shall ba ao eepted, and upon peynisnt Into he City Treasury of the nmounU due by tho persons whose bids are ao oopted, respectively, certificates thereof shall be Issued lo them a authorised by law, Tho propossK tegetner with the si-curlty deposit, should be Inclosed In a sealed envelope. Indorsed " Proposals for Bonds of the CnrH)ratlon of the City of New York," end then Inclosed In a second en velope, addressed lo the Comptroller of the City of Now York, For full Information see City Record. ASHBEL P. FITCH, Comptroller. CITT OF NEW YORK, WKAMOX PsU,ATMEJT--O0MPTa0LIJa'8 OF FICE. 1 . jruwr io, mt; OFFICE OF THE Equitable Gas Light Company OF NEW YORK, 340 THIRD AVENUE, NEW TORE, July 18, 1807. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS At a meeting of ths Executive Committee of ths Equitable Oa Light Company of New York, at which all ths members and nearly all of the directors were present, ths publication ot ths notloe Inviting stock holders of this company to deposit their share with Ihe Central Trust Company, for ths purpose of con solidation with the New York and East River Oas Company, or sale of their shares to a syndicate, waa considered. It waa discovered that no directors ef this company had ever been consulted upon the subject ot ths ad TertlMd plan, and the advertisement wu a surprise to all present. It was ths unanimous decision ot the Committee and dlreotors present to decline, a stockholders, ths aforesaid proposition, and a directors they cannot recommend other stockholder to accept. By order of the Executive Committee, J. P. MIIiIjKR, Secretary. t&9ft i"ifi?i TO LOAN on mortgage, the wholoor tPU.UUU part! New York or Brooklyn. a. 8. HINMAN. 7 Pine si tfltchtgttt Co. groptttu ejgot nle. SAVE YsfttJI ECENSIO $25--FOUR AIAO 8Pl.ItDID LOTH " f 10,000,000 TO BE SPENT BY THE BOROU glO.000.UOn BONDS OFFER "8100,000,000 FOR EXPENSES." Kvenlug Sun. TAXES IN NEW YORK CITY Kenaloo. Harlem Railroad, 82 minutes from the every weeki some are preparing to build at once. Call or send for map KEW MrrilKULtlfD TIEAL, $ral (Estate nt 3Vuction. ATAUCTaOJj; Ths 4-j acres, with stone cottage, barn, Aa, for merly the property of WARREN E. SMITH, OREENWICH, CONN. will be old at publlo auction on the premises at 11 O'CLOCK A. St. A CO. 11. By order of EDiri XT. TltnOCHMORTOir, Assigns. Steal (Sfjtnte ef m l5ale California. CALIFORNIA. Owing to death of late ownor, an elegant 40 acre ranch, several orchards and a quan tity of valuable land are offered for sale at exception ally low prlcest located between Los Angeles and Ban Diego, near coast. Write for particulars to C. ISEARD. San Luis Rey, Cat. SUnt CSistnte or nle or (Sxcbnunc. JERSEY UOTEU SOoTrantaXVsVoVlleense.'floO. Farm wanted. 81,000 to 8.1,000. OWNER, 357 Hchermerhom st Brooklyn. eor jJate or So get (City. AT WOODLAWN HBIOnTS. CITY Choice cottage. 9 room, all tmprovenicnts,to lett 818 per month, or sold on eaay term. IRVINU, 810 MadUonav, jSelert loam. Eaat Side. A Clll ST.. 188 EAST. Larae and maU roomai rtO olaanllnes aspedalty; table board! transient! gentlemen 1 refarenoe. BRADY. West Side. "I 7TH ST., 14 WEST. Slngl and doubla room! X I board optional: liberal tablet refernoe. I jlCTTH ST.. SS WEST Pleaaant rooma, private XMsJ houaet conveniences: terms mod erstei near "L" elation. umifllieil glooms &3Vpartmentji to get Eaat Side. AT 6 TJNrvKRSITY PLACE (and Washington Square) nandsomely furnished rooms to let, permanent or transient; gentlemen. NIYERSITY PLACE, 0, opposite Washington square. Largo, airy rooms, finely furnished: bath: single or en suite: superior house: gentlemen: refer ence. IT sat Ride, 1 OTTO ST.. 40 WEST. One single and double room. 1 In refined, comfortable houaet gentlemen only: references. QQTII ST., BO WEbT. Front hall room, per Od week. ROTH ST., S07 WEST.-Cholce rooms: hot, cold JO water: gaa: bath: elet ator; S3 SO, St. RIPLEY. Ints ana apartments 5o Set. TSIE FIFTH" AVEXUeT" 10.18 FIFTH AV COR. 8BTH 8T. Elegant corner apartment, 10 rooms and bath: second floor: greet Inducements offered. Apply to W. O, KOIIgRTM, Superintendent. A. F.W liril.DI'VUS. Northwest corner 7th at. and 140th St.. one block fromelevnted station: finest location In New Yorkt 4 and S large all outside rooms; open plumbing; great Inducement Apply on premise. ALLEN ST.. 100 Four light rooms; all Improve, mentsi rent reasonable. Inquire In store 008 8d sv. LEROY ST., 03. near Bleecker. 4 large, light rooma, with !mprovemente;low rent. SECOND FLAT to let l & rooms and bath; all Improve ments; rent 817 1314 Washington st , lloboken. 1 OfCTH ST., 248 EAST. Apartments of ttvree and XiO tour roomst alt light rooms: cheap reiit. ,f umijJhea ,f Int. Zn get. 17LAT8 AND APARTMENTS, unfurnished, furnished, -L In desirable locations; rent 8340 to 13,000. FOLSOU BROTHERS, 833 llroodw), cur. Kith st, gftt'elUnn ouseu Eo get ffitttj. DESIRABLE HOUSES, furnished and unfurnished. In desirable locatlonsi rent Sl.uou io $0,000, F0L8OM BROTHERS, 833 Broadway, cor. 1311) st. givtUlntj loiij(fis to get Counttij. rt'O LET, III IMS KM OOII. .V. J. Two cottuges; all -a. improemeuis; near urpuit large (noli; snaae, fruit, and stable; rent 140 and 823. Address J, CALVIN UOlir.KT, Rldewood,N. J. Ho get for Sub-hum gtupoue.. flUILDlNOS, stores, lofts, offices, and studios to let At in destrshle locat'ons. FOLSOM BROTHERS, H83 Broadway, cor. l!Hh st, BUII.DINtlS, stores, lofts and omccs tnletia large number. RUI.AND A WlllTlM), 0 Heetmsn st. OFFICES to let, t to 113 month, st 21 Beekmanst, near Nassau. HULAND t WHITINO, D Beekman st. gfflRl Notice. 'M'EW YORK SUPREME COURT. FARMERS' LOAN c TRUhT COMPANY, as Trustee, I'mlutlfT, ; Against : DANIEL ABERI.Ii ami others. Impleaded with : HAMtll'.l. W, M1M1ANK. as Itrrelirr of the ; Mutual Benefit Life Atsoclatloti ot America, : Dtfeudants. : To all members of'iiie Mutual Ueucfit Lift AsmmIa. tlon of America, and all persons tlslittlng to be meiulers and rittltit-d to participate In the Re s -ne Fund uf ssld Association, and the refiresi-n tatlves of sucb members who batu dltd since Septeinlwr Htb, IHOlt YOlf ARK IIEKTUIY NOTIFIED and ItEOTIItED, pursuant to the Interlocutory judgtui nt entrte I In Hie above entitle I action In the onlrc uf Ihe f'h'ri; of tho City and county of New York. Iarltiir date on Um 1 Nth day (if November, 1800, a moduli d d afllr id by a Judgment of the Appellsls Dlilslmieut nd on the Will dly of Jone, Mt, tuapie r U-fnn-inc. Ihci undersigned, the Referee appointed ln sod by said In terlocutnry Judgment, at my ofllce. -V". Swl'srl. IMw In the City of New York, on the mh day of 'un.t, 1897, at two o'clock In tbenflcinoon, to prove your right to participate In tbe Reserve Fund of said Aesu- Msfetss. " i j 'IsHfll cStntCgtatt ef ornlt goun gtfHmi ifl THE SUN ,f H Harlem Branch jH t!9 WEST 125TH STREET NORTH SIIOItK OF l.ONtl ISLAND, hour from clt - Hl with One view of the Soutidt a beautiful summer laH or winter home for snle very chenpt nearly new mod 1-t SaH ern house, latest stylo of architecture, with IS rooms VAsB nndoverylmpMveinenttamideplastastnorle-cochors '? ' .'HaasB and tower, stables, rarrlsge, row, poultry houses, .... ftEaS pigeon corral, Japanese summer pagoda and eon ' CVel ervatoryt I) Hj acres of finest high land, with grand XI '.ikH views ot fine country for miles, all laid out In land- -... s rikH capes, walks, drhes, flower beds, lawns, shrubst ' "" Ji "'llH abundance of finest fntlts, choice garden. Ito reason. 1i "iH oblo offer will Ik- refuted, and the greater part of the ,r! i ' vHH firlce may remain on mortgaso at n per cent,; house 1 HtH s furnished, possession at once. I'liatographs with ,r' ,,Ct THOMAS P. PAYNE. Pi; Broadway. ..fcV iU FIVE ACRES FOR WO. Z This pmpeny Is located hlsh and dry, free front "fit H any swamp lamlt If found othrnvlno after investiga- ..- 'JH tlon. mom-v refuniledi Ills lieautlfully situated with- , iljH In altout one mile of Centre Moriches on Long Island, w J'llBH and v ill to Hold on tsrms of 3 down and then 98 0 ..f, 'tiH mouth! see about this at once. Address ,, ImH WM. II. MOFFITT, & -'ftjH 0I Lllerty St., N.T. e ' - jBJ 5 ACHES FOB. SB1SO. VH At Pat'hogueand Medford, L. I :easy terms: 19 per ""' iH month nnd up. For particular call or writs to O. L '.T 'r.lBH 8CHWKNCKE. Laud and Investment Company, .,u jrWH B70-a7Brodwy, New York. ' t '.! A HANDSOME BRICK MANSION, with fine stable ' 1 iflfl and two acres of land In tawn and garden, st Ool exVH lege Point, L. I. overlooking tha Sound i will a 11 tTV 'U very low. Address l) Post Ofllce box 8.B3P. t r lHfl DUNTON. ll.rso; 1300 cash, balance on your , v-IVS terms: lo-room Queen Anno dwelling: all Im . 'iSfl provementst corner, 78x100; ono blook from ear ' C 'slksfl direct to brldire. UOBT. F. CIIAIO. AtlanMa and Van - 1 I Slclou avs., Bruoklrn. , t 'HI Ql K( BUYS 0 ACRES FINE LAND at Miller'' .. ,.' A 'HI WloU Place.Longlslandicloaetoststlonandnsar ' " J 'iBjtal Bound. Only 13 down, balance 11.00 weeklr. Beaut! JL1 s J ful location aud a rare chance to Invest a little money v ' jBawJI profltt)ly. Pro,1uctlve soil, land level, no rocks, "tvJVJB sroncs, or swemps. Title guaranteed. Deed free. In -. 'fllafl vestlgate quick. RI8LEY. 1 8 Chambers st, ,)j i , 3 .j' ' WejJtrhejBter (Go. gtopertij ot nle. ,it. H ESb BUY ''iB O LOTS. I FOR SIOO. ..: II BOO, DTri A.VD810O nACII. f -'SHI OHS." Herald. May '.'3d. 1807. , ' flfltl ED FOR SALE AT PRESENT. 9H June 23th. 1H07. :,aBBj WILL BE MUCH HIGHER. . ., 1 ?Vflel city, ecapes tills terrible burden. Many aro buying ' 7 Property sure to Increase In value. ' , ! BBB and free passes at once. Q HH Tr COVIIMM', 311 nnoADITAT, IT. T. ,. riSEv Seal (gjitnte .for nle jTetv jfcgefl ' I . .91 flENAFLY, N. J, Complete modern house, thor- " 'J IxflH X oughly and honestly built: 8 large rooms, bathand i 'rflBfl all Improvements; wide, shady porch: high groundi 3rflB ten minutes' walk from ttlon; for sale, 84,000; will '.1 rent, n, WEATI1ERDV & CO.. 271 Broadway. y I flHl PAI,lttDr DIHTniCTt Large lots. 178 1 terms Jh f. SBm 12.30 monthly; high ground: near bonses. I jj- 1 aBLTJ WEATHERBY, 271 Broadway. -c j :'BjVjl Wnutetl emnlejJ. :; j H BOOKBINDERS. Wanted, gold layers and machine , j jiawBei folders nt i c, rtl 9B1 NORTH RIVER BINDERY CO., 181 Bank t. j KflaBJ BOOKI1INHINO. Hand folders wanted. THOMAS ' U .4i4tWl RCfcSELL et SON. 24 New Chamber st. . .i ;J!'B EXPERIENCED HANDS on fancy feathers: also bird " 'llnBH mounters. Apply to DAVID hPERO. 1B0 Mercarst. " 1v;.l!wl J"?ANCY FEATHElti. Exiertenced handVwanted oa V 'J ifli - sll kinds of fancies. Work given out to bird and. ,,," i 9H wlogmouBiers. Anply alt week. "ZT lftlll LA VAKE. BRETT ft CO., 747 Broadway. ,t. ' tfwi FANCY FEATHERS. Experienced fancy feather r'to j 'iLVfll and aigrette bands; alsn tlnl mounter; wortt a? 'ItWH given out. HERMAN A OCINZRURO. 010 Broadway. -kJ ' (VI O O. O. bSTRicif CURLERS. Oood hands eaa "f t ''H .O. procure steady work and good pay. (J. ' JBfll O WUllZDUI10F.lt A. 1IF.C11T. 005 Broadway. .5 IBfl TlfANTED Oood fancy festher band: sample 'r HtB it maker preferred. sCHEUKR BROS, 081 B'way. "- 'i eSH Ifnuteil ainlej! 3UechanlciJ. St. MH CLAMPBELL CYUNDEB PRESSMEN-Colored ra- ' IrVfl 1 Istered label work; steady situation nrst-claag 'StH men. Address, stating age, experience, salary wanted, f 'H C. C.. box 182 Sun offloe. -. J 'laH X' steady. Apply 81 East Houston it. filB Wanted pialeu PJiseeUaneoun. i JH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND FBATnERS. An Im- . i ,H porting houre wants an experienced stock derki $ .kka steady employment to right tarty. Address, with j. "H references, IMPORTER, box 180 nun ofllce. . 4H I EXPERIENCED INSURANCE CANVASSERS wanted , , cSBJ -i by established real estate compsnv to sell bonds. J HsVl Good pay. No lapses. Metropolitan Investment Milfl Company of New York, 100 Broadway, " Jf "WANTED Boy 18 years or age, to work In ladles' 'fpfl II and genta' restaurant. Apply 4 Fulton at. aiM UttaltiotTWantrd gitale?. .' U A POSITION wanted aa private tutor by a youss . m3B man, 23 ) ear old, of good addross. and possasa .s l Ing both a B. Sc. aud E. E. degreo from a flrst-clsas ,' : -JfH State university, best of refer.nce can be f urnlahed. i JtrtB AUdreasC. 1'. 11., box 73. Mt, Hope. O. 'ilKjJ A BOY. age 10 living with his parent, would like " i 'Ml to learn some serviceable trad; Brooklyn pre- 3 -3H f erred: can turntsh reference. Address ANDREW -"aH BURNS. ltai Prospect place. Brooklyn. N. Y. IhM "70UNO MAN, possessed of business ability, bright. M WM X original and a hustler, seeks employment; highest -& ?! references; mlnlmuiu salary 113. f pjOm 8. K., box 182 Sun office. S JVilJ pianofortes, (Drflan?, Se. I 'SQ fTscherianos - II We hive on hand a largo assortment ' ODD styles. ft l SIM new and silently used l'lsuo.. ln unlquo designs and. t ;?-' choice wods. v,hleh will lie offered at a 10. 1 ZUjlM CREAT REDUCTION ,,, M from their regular prices This chance to secure a " g mat 8rst-rlns Piano should not be overlooked. K ,Mm Cash or easy pasnient. B AMm W OtKROOMS: sH S3 UNION r-gUAHE. WEST. I S 4Mt between loth and 171h u , New York. " M 'Mm AFINK UPRIOHT PIANO, 1143, 13 monthly! Chick- '3 X MM erlug. bargain if g jH Wlbh.N Kit. 80 Montgomery t.. Jersey City. ,iv J i9U tTixoANT Ul'RIOHT PIANO. 1103. 18 monthlyt' ,, S H Jj Slelnwy, bargain. WlnbNER, 20 East 14th st. " ;i- imm Oprneeulnirs. . M Wril AnNESTFINWAY,117B,10monthrympright,br- Ai gain. WlasSEBHALL.tlll Broad St.. Newark. N.J. ' ' STEINWAY, 1100:1(1 monthly; upright, rent S. . 'SB WISSNER.B30FultonstMUrooklyn:openeTsnlng. (uji UntlOHT PIANO. 1113, lit monthly; Stelnwsy, , bargain; reut 13. WlbSNER, B32 State st., near ' ,V Flalbush av Brookl; n. ' fljjt I'I'nitillTfl T BAIt(JAI8. g . 7 Oct., medium ilze. 81B0 13 monthly. 4?Mw 7iqoct., large sire. 1200 10 monthly. VK tH Others at from ll'.'.'i 10 monthly up. V lH (IQHDON'S. MJ Fifth ave.. liet, 201b A 2tst sls. Jj5aH Q( KL'I.I.Slzr. PIANOS at 110 each, 13 monthly. '0 'fl OW wlsSNF.lt, 200 rulton St., Brooklyn. Open even. Q tMm Iks. 1? 'MM patents. j' 9 C1ET RICH QUICKLY. Send for "1100 Inventions '. 'Iff1 I Wauled." KDI1ARTATK. A CO.. 24B B'way.N.Y, (s-' i j JJi 1)ATKNTS for Inventions procured promptlyi low r rates. HOrDElt A BRIKbtN, 82 Nassau st,. N.Y.I 7.Al established lhOI. i - 'f, i 5 t ! f pedifnt. ',? J "TTKNTuiSoTlllllt.llRINDLiroHADUATEUNl- i ' $ A VERM TV 01" THE Ml Y HI NEW YORK, MEDI- . Wt CM DIIl'Aliriir.NT; 33 YFAlfi A M'KOIAI.IST IN - ft- DI&F.Abl.h id MhN OLD Dlt. CIMNDLE hss been ei i- 4V lunger estal'll.t.el and hss bu 1 mnrce-xpcrlt-hce than p tft nn) otlur udtitllsing pli) uhlan; city papers prove lfj) IhU. Uudei his soleulldc trcatmeut bliHid andikla I ife dlseakcs. pains In buues, red spots, sore throat and t Wf liioulh, lllceis, pulnful ni.ngs, kidney aud bladder 1 jM' roinplulms, sculdltiK lunaiiiini'tloii. gravel, undevel- ; : (ipdl organs. eak la'k. bt vitality, resHlily, per. I A mux ml) cured Men about In marry should consult " if t)l. I) UK (IIIINDLE Etry ImiM-illineut removed, ' ! W; bufferrrs, do not asUMIme visiting less skilful pbysl. , )i , cUns UrineiiilH'r OLD Dll filtlMil.E never falls. . Jf HFKIl F. tiVKR Ki YEAR-, nt 171 Wist 12th St.. be- ) A i tHeen Oth and 7th s Advlcofreo Medicine 11. flf Hours, V tot). Kuudas. u to 3 Nocluiryo unless cured, r. Uj ll.l lilt, C.lll'.V, 4ti sear n speilallst lu dls J " eiisewor men nnl. (VuieWcst pr rmsneiit i ure guar. ' i ml'. uterd lu alt dl.i ae. or liioliey lefunded, Blood pel W) miii, skin dlnes.es, kldtie) or I ladder trouble, weak, t u i W uess. nertiius dtddllty, ern ri of outh, 1 0)1 dreams, .g ' 5 ! uiak iii,.l"(lpdiirjns, iTiipedlinenle lo nurrUpe, , '. 8 Ac. lie wise, toniult II e i ii old socialist In tnU ffl- cliv ildlinuxr ilii yiar at 120 Kai lth st . near ' ilf t'ti'lon .iiuri llouis n to u. sut)ds)s u to a Kclt-n J' tine treutinint and mil lee free Me.llclno only ftoc, it ..-4,-.-lll('M.1T l'i:itllKT tun It Jlj li dli.ca.eiof men. tlainit rous cay todelted; relief i riy at ii i i ; those deMirltiiTonli ilrst-clsss sdentlttu treat- tat im ill should cull. TinleuillngtpceUllst Dr. Ilonschur, , fin ' ' w'"'' 22d st 1) to .1, I) lo . huti'lo)s. IU to -4. ' 5 ij.t 1 l -Dll. CONRAD'S SANITARIUM, 117 West 47IU ' '. 6 jl.l (formerl) .lllh at j Tclrphotx) HOI U8th st - 3 '' Consultation u to 0. -u ' j V f ADIrCRf ChlchMtcr's EngJith Poinyrovil Pffll"" .. , fl is 'Ptsato Rrssu, nro the Best. sUstuiistu. ;' - Y.kc so stsrr. Ms Sc, fttsmrs, lr tsrtkvUrs. 'rUlki . T, ,CA.Vt.V, . miim. ' ' " '