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THE SUN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1914. 4 J.-. REAL ESTATE MARKET NEWS AND COMMENT Uptown Apartments Bought by Investors Grand Hotel, at Broadway and 31st Street, Leased. Taj apartments m uptown sections, a t, Mf (r unit In Tho Hronx, a Hut In , Hay lllilse district and several su tjrb.in i.rutif rtl"M were sold yesterday. hunt of t'l" 'I"1 lilvnl much capital. Lie nt.iriiiiPiit huunts aro on USd ami li,J sfrels, and l I""1' cases li.ivi' !,,, b'iUKht by Investors. Tho latter t..'o;.rty has ' ol(' We since. tlir tin', of the year It In now told by a woriun who took It on a speculation last t.,onth. MaiiR'-r Hros. Iiave extended their l.ase on the tlrnnd Hotel, at the corner 0. Broadway ami Thlrly-tlrst etieet. at aa Inmate of li.OOO a jenr 111 thu rt-nlaJ dPIIIIIIIVr I'l.M) 111! VKIIM. W1ST 143K STltllKT.i-May C. Knowles of linlgewoud, N J., lias resold I j. ,nnl I J I West 14 3d street, a a i " .ipiirlnient house, on plot 41. 3 n't 1 1 It , In turrit Seventh and Ia-iiux irriiiic An tnve'tor Is the buyer, Mr; Knowles bought the house last m. itli ami tu. Sarun.ie apartment ii at tin1 ruiithvvint corner of Con v. , ,ii me mid IMfl street, from tho llmtl. ote Holding Company. XV VAT l-'.l STUP.irr. Henry Silver, none lian sold the hIx story apartment uvw at t West 12itd street, n, t i siutliwest coiner of Ami" tird.im in. i ue Th. structure occupies a pi 'X ' 11, and l next to the Itchi ness lt.ti. .i.'artimiits, on thu Aiiieder dam a ei lie .'orncr. Tho house, to gdlur t'i t irr other uptow n proper irs. vv,i truimferred last May to Mr. Sl've-spmc hy the Tnhlas and Hannah B he stone estates. PIIVII I llt'YS A lit) Mi:, jiki.mo.nt .vi:Nri: -Ur. N. c. Cle- rririils Ins bnuKht from tho John XV. lorr.jh Construction Company 1322 Belmont nvinue, a four story frame Inn on p'ot .".nxlOO. IIIIIHIKLY.N 1'I.AT SAI.M. The Samuel (l.illtzko Company has sold for the J"i n H. Sullivan Company TCUS Pifth avei.ue. a three story Hat, with fore-, on nt 20x100. I'M MUM; llltTllI, Mil, II, The t'iree story hotel building onllrove street. Hushing, optioslto the new Lone Mini ltallro.nl station, which wim built bctit three jeari ago, has been sold by Wills Hooker to Paul A. Mitlolrlck. sub Jtet to a mortgage of 1 10,000, Hooker lullt the building for a dunce hall, which vu never opened because of the oppoal t.on of the churches and the civic organ tiatlor.s of Flushing. ' nt vi.o at ;iti:i: VACitr.s. Ar.xc I A Co. havo sold for llurton M Hovey lr.s resilience on Colvln place to a Mr Savage of the American Arch Com. tiny, wIh will occupy tha residence. J. V Dulty lus purohafecl a plot "irjush Itced & Clarl; on Walworth ave. rue ai a site for a $10,000 residence. 7n other building operations. Involving Mpendlture of about 1100,000, have ul ridy b-en started. IHOllT lilt. I. S DWHI.M.VCi SOI.U. j Edward I' Hamilton & Co. haw fold i for Charles W L. Itoche tho property , knen .in Drutilream, comprlsliu: a mod- 1 en Indiana limestone, stucco and half iraoerea rcaiaence anil n. iraraKe, wltlt .bvtit three ncres of land, frontlnc on Hohart avenue. Short Hills, N. J to Clar .fe Williams of New York. $58,001) A VHAH KOIl Till: CJHA.M). Marser Hro., who live years ago hout'it the lease of the Hurlburt-tlrnnd Hotel Coinp ny on the Grand Hotel, nt the southeast comer of Ilroadway and Thirty-first street, have renewed their a on the hotel for fifteen yeiirs more 'rom Aueust 1 at a rental of $55,000 a 'ar. Tn-lT the old lease tho Manp.rs MM about KiO.OOn. The bulldlni; of the .VcAlpIn llotfl and tho chariKe In policy of ths I'ennsylvanla Itnllroad luve In ceased the value of that section from a J-otM standp- lnt, and thu Miuifier did not hoiltate to pay tho Ipcrcised demand for a renewal by Jotephlne Hroolcs and other ewners of the hotel. Chanirea have been mads In the hotel recently, hut others may be (ipected now that a longer lense has teen recured on tho property. WOOLWORTH HTOltK I.KAHKD, Edward J Hoirati h'os leased for a term of years In the Woolworth llulld. Ir.f the store at 22D Ilroadway, north Jf corner of Barclay street, to tho llutcheson Shoe Company, dealers In tnen'a shoes, vmm-.jin iMtorniiTV i,i:asi:d. The A. .V Oltterman Corporation haa liased in m, vi... n. .ii.ii.w. i.-ia..i. ,u,,.rs, nu and Twenty.flfth street, the ninth an.l Unit, . . . ' t"im iiiui oincr space xo a newiy oriranlie llthographlnK company for a Jn tirm ,r years at an aKBri-irate ren 1 of 110.000 The tuvcssary nltera Wrs and additions wilt bu completed by weo'mh r, when (he new tenant will tako 0siiinn Thin completis the rental of e bui.iluiir, which was finished about t'o )e.ir jco, Morr a i Hunol has leased the corner or.j .t no Hrnaclway to W. H. Mont fomeri Kr'"1 ' ' havu l'sed for John J. "Powers , ,nor hUl t 27S lno venue h. lurry Turer. ' n't iim.Mis m:.vri;u. William It Ware h.is leased for the ""'lain I, lt:..rr, relate the ilwellltiR He i st Ninety-fifth street to Kath- Vi t . w' xh" dwelling at 4 West r. htv f ,urtll Mlr,Ht (u M A d 11 rabelh I' Ke. r.e ,I?r".r ,l '"" h:lv" rented for Uussle nn u ,,,., ,. i.nU,.tt thR thiee t"'t inK '"'"ttil at 357 West 120th fol',Af. ''' ' "f" C"' ""V" ""'"'I the 1st?.. "'"".'s. Kor the tlramercy ,aV".""nt ,,"'iipany, X Hast S-vcuty-seo-vL'ltft '' '"'rue II VanderiKiel; 13 test srvi-.tieth street to William Hur- Lnm M M,,'"l:'l. 13 West i:iBhty uini nr, , , l,llrryi for lllftrn Mr. v : '" I'I'ty-Hrst street to '"r Amanda C. ItlKKan, 131 T o... rv"n'J' second street to W I, vL. A"no "''VlH. 4 West J " L, " street t Anna (Juenco ; for m.iu 7 15 ''" omp.iny. 10 West ,r,rt '" " fohen; for ths t.v , . T 11 A Hall, 3 Wist for ?h . ",r,','t 'n Hosenfeld: in""r ' ,ll,,,ll' 'ompany, IB f'y-Mi fifth street to Anna KiiC .' f"r ' '' r-'atterlee. Ill West Yy titiiti, n,r,.lt tn j.,, Cullmnn, - ard fr Mr, ,.,Uh (jrlswolil, 27S IrT:.' "'l -hrst treet to Sarah M. 1 . J1" Pjross Company has leaped the 1 iKmi."""'1' rtwelhtiK at 1211 West Thlr-1 e'reet to Mrs. Hannah Hurim for, . "! from ""Member 1, at mi an rrmnl t.QOO. ' Tiiitrr aittio.v itoois iih.r, . Toer. er, 0 auctl0 orrorc, yester- day In either the Manhattan, the Itronx or Hrooklyn auction rooms. ri.VKMIV Ill.dflC FOItHCI.OSt'HIO. The New York Mfe Insurance Coin- pany llld suit In the Supreme Court esteruay to foreclose two niortgaKes for ISOtf.pvQ and $;.0,000 on the block tietween 139th iiihI 110th streets nnd Lenox and Seventh avenues, owned by the estate of oinmoilore Thomas I,. Watt, who Inher ted one. third of the JS, 000.000 estate of Us aunt, Mlsn Mary tl, I'lnkney. Tha mortKHKes were executed In 1909 to Louis M, Schwann, who asirned them to the plaintiff. After the death of Commodore Matt his wife, as executrix under his will, had the mortgage extended. In the complaint the Insurance comnanv nk that any deficiency on the salo of the property tie cliarited to Mrs. Watt, be cauie she has come recently Into the possession of a larro amount of personal property through the death of a near relative. Sr.W ItKAt.TV COItPORATIONS. The follow Inir realty corporations were chartered at Albany ynter.li-! t)ueen Hide Iteslty Cor pormlon. Msnhat Un. capital. IJ0.000; dlreeiors. Willi im l-o(l, I'.ihsard Allen and O. llancroft tjould, .New ork city. Park Wet lniprnvemrnt Company, Man hattan, capital 19. Odd. director". Henry K. Itnnsman, .1. . Marcate and Oforge K. Itelja. New York city. J" ph., "'"'''on. Inc. Hrooklyn. capital 1.000 ,Ilreclir, .tixeph A. H-n-Imn, Her nar.l llynn. New Vnrk .tiv, John W. I'm Patrick. While t'lslns. N Y (Saruu.id llulMInx Corporation. Hrooklyn, f,",'",!i'!.,,0(") directors, .lolin I'lillllp. Her tha Phimpa an.t l,oii Warllkowllt. Ilrovk- TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. Tlt.NM-i:its. With name and addren of owner and attorney if uttorney'a name la omitted ad dress party of aeeund part.) flow ntow n, (South of Kourteenth t I KAS7 BHOADWAY. 100. n a. H.V2 I'lke 'J' . '"". '--llermiin relttlberc to Mnx .,.KV;n,,,,' l '"anal and Ludlow ta .11 9TII ST. 337 K. n a, 173 w l.t av. 2lx: I (foreeloa Am; 19) Phoenix tnsraham to Olivia H. Jno D and Wm II Conynsham. Miners Bank llld. Wllkeslmrre. pa. us ears Wm I, CenynKham. Aue 20. sttys. ..I,.n.W(,r" 4S Cedar at 124.000 10T1I ST. 210 II. a a. 72 w let av. 2.92 1 Morrls J Sehlndel to Artnlpli Mandel. 60 I. .th it, mtK I2S.000. fell 2. 1911; atty. ..i. "hsUKlinei,--. ijj Itlvlnirton at ,ioi) 10TII ST, 31-1J i:, n 204.3 e Unlver.lty pl, r,.tiJ J (foreeloa auk Jl Almuth C andlver, ref. to Suasanna S Mlnturn. 109 h 21t l, auk 24. atts, Strwnrt P. 4 Wall at $110,000 1JTII ST f.30-32 B. s s, 220 w Av B. i0 10! J 11th at. 613 I!. n a, H.li e Av A, 37 6x101.3 Clro D'Amato to I'letro D'Ani atn. on premlr, n t. all llen. Auc 24: atty Alfonso lllvona. ISO Nsssnll at.. $100 Ln.t .Side. iKaat of rtfth av, tietneen Puurlentlt snd 110th ts.) MITCIIKt.l. PL, 10 (47th aM. n . H2 e let av laxHO.lo Cusle HerlnKer to Kannl lerlneer. on premises mti; $5,000, all Hens, Auit II. ntis, i.-ttner. S A, 2 Unay f 1 03 6TII AV. a e cor 1 0'tti st. 100 1W4 Peer less HnldlnK Co to Herman Hanauer, 247 i: isth ai, mtK $140,000, auk 1$: attya. Llnd 1 I.! Ceilar at It Meal Side. (Weat of Fifth av. between Fourteenth and 110th ala.) STII AV. 412. n w cor 39th at. T2 9x Irrec x 9S 915 HfWca A 1) W Hwope ano to Jno It Wendel, at Irvlnxlnn, N Y, Auk 1, atty, n r. Itahell. 3S Park llow ... $t STII AV, 44, w a. 72 9 n Jmh st, 24x110 Same to same. Auk 1. any ame . ..$1 9ST11 ST. 31 W. a , 231 w West J'.nd V. ltslOO.tl AilKHtu II Hall to Wm II Hall 41 Itlveralde Drive, Auk 19; atty, Chus C Miller. 10 llway $1 t'ptown. (Manhattan Island, north nf 110th st ) 111TI1 ST. 125-135 W, n , 229.11 w St Nicholas av, 105x100 11 Surety Kealty Co to 114th Street 7lh Avenue Consln Co. UJI 7th av. mttt KO.OOO. auk 1; atta. K.mtrnwlts A :, 320 llway... . .1100 120T1I HT, s e, 177 0 2.1 av, 19.3x100.1) Wm Utertens to NeMlo lleuphy. 1400 75tn si. Hklyn. mtK $1,000, Auk 22. atty, T (J Co, 17 Hway... $1 Brum ( liorouch of Tha Bronx ) WILLOW LANK, w a, 171 n Kaatern lloula vard. 2.'.. 4x101x25x100- Jotephlne llmea to Ahr Hyinea. 10$ Morrla av, Auc 20i atty. C J l'ultz, 2 Hector at . ....II 3D AV. n w eor lSlll at. 5. 3x104 3x53.HH 7', II- Peter . I i:erett to l'eler tltten, 131 I'Mnina av, mtc $3.1,000. Auk 20. at He, llovell. Met" C. 50 Court si. Brook lyn .... ... $3,500 3D AV. n w eor IS'th st. 45.11x101. HxlOxlJI; also Park av. e a, 30.1 n 111th St. 37 X 100 2 -Solomon 1. Pakas to Iniperatnr ItrM'v Co. Ine. 170 llway, July 31; atty, A I) i:rnt. 170 Hway 3100 LOTS 02 & 3, map 473 tots llalellt Kstate Mlrhl Mi.lden to David Pines. 3C4 Hop klnson hv I)kl)n, July 11; atts, Schwartr man A S. 41 Court st, Bklyn M W.iSHIMlTON AV. e a 199.10 n l9th at, 51.1x109 3x51 2x107 9--Solomon C Bern ateln to Hurry D Kramer. 555 W KOth al, "i pirt mtK $1,000, Apr SI; atty, II D Kramer, 127 W 5th st II MOItTOAOKS. (With name and address of lender and lender's attorney,) Downtown (South of Fourteenth at.) nrtWKKY. 2I4-2tti, w s. 25x100 Thomas II Mowbray to V S Life Ins Co, 277 Bway, Auk 17, due a per bond, atty, Wm A F.lllolt. 275 Bay $2,000 10TH ST, n 201 3 e University pl. 41, Sx Susanna S Mlnturn to Warren W Fos ter and ano. trim, 435 II 57th st. Auk 10, due Sept I, 1917, Hi p e, atts, Stewart & S, 45 Wall at 176,000 Kuat Side (Cast of Fifth av, between Kourteenth and tlCilh sta.) 34TII ST. 411 K. n i a, 25x94.9 Bessie Block to Itosle Iett Is, Bridgeport, Conn, 3 yrs. t) U e, A UK 10, atty, 1-1 Lipsltl, 311 S ith at, Brooklyn $3 000 I7TII ST, 403 K, n a. 10 e 1st av. 2xl00.li--.Toxeph Sehwara to Jennie Melnlck, IM New- Jersey av, Brooklyn, Auk 22, 1 yr, 6 p i . ally Meyer 1) Slegel, 1 1'urk How $1,000 West Side. (West of Fifth av. t.-twe-n I'ourli..nth snd 110th ata.) 7TH ST. n a, 16 w Amsterdam av, 25x10!. J Henrietta I. Brown et al, trua. to Title llimranly A Trust C, 17 Bvtay, due us per bond, A us 14 , ... $21,000 llnril ST. n a. 26" e Lenm av. 160x100 Jm lieer-CSInaberK Heally t- Const Co. to Absl Kins snd ano, 141 U 5tb st, prior mtK 1190,000, Auk 21, due Stpt 1. 1917, I p o; attya, Dursmann A F, 25 Broad at.. ... 114,000 I'ptoiin. (Manhattan Island, north of I With st.) I11TII ST. n s. 229U w fit Nleholaa av, 105x100.11 tilth St and 7th Av Const Co to Surety Iteaity Co, 115 llway. Auk I, pr mtK" $i!Mon 5 yrs. II p o; attya. Ills man, l C L. 136 llway $30,000 SAM 15 PltOI'llHTY Sam,, to same, i,r iillue $90,000. A 'IK 1$. dua Oct 1, 1 9 1 S. S p e; stilne atty $90,000 131SP ST, II a, 100 fl 12th nv, 60x99.11 Condon Bros Co to John J Whit" and alio, exrs. 2116 5th av, Auc 21. due as pr bond; att). Chns F Kflley, 203 Ilroad way $12,000 Bronx, (HorouKh of The llroris i AtSTIN PL a s, r.H7 2 e IHIh st. 37x 120.9x94 9x100 - L'nlte.l Murble Works. Ine, to Win It llross. Ilahylon, I, I. pr mm 15,100, Auk 17. due, as per bond; atty, A .1 ItniiiiiKlie, 31 Liberty st $1,160 PL17ASANT AV w s, 300 s 3d st, 40x100 John Turmy In Chester W lietts, 9 Ander son av. port Itli'liniond, N V. mtce $3,730, A ilk- 21 atty, Wm N Lewis. 165 Dunne st ... 11,000 HON'IIYWIB.L AV, s e eor lllst st. SJ.r.x OSxIiO ir,i- -Trojan Ill.ltr Corp lo Manhat tan Mle Co, 200 Hwny, Auk 21, dus, Ac, a per bund uttv. Manhattan Mtire Co, 200 lny 147,000 IS 1ST ST. a a. (13 a Honeywell av, 60x IVIx&Uxxo 5 Trojan llldK Corp to Man. Iiuttaii Mine Co, 200 Bwav, Auk 24, due, nn p, r bond, atty, Manhattan MIk Co. 200 llnay I3D.O0O IklHT ST a a, 116.1 a Honeywell nv, r,0,7x 75. -Saina lo mine, AUK 24, due, Xo. aa per bond! sama atty . ,, 143,000 ASHHINMKNT OF MOItTCiAGLS, Manhaltan, NOUTON, AU1EHNON B, ref, to Forbes J llenneiiy et al, sirs Order of court PA MIS to iimi Order of court SHI.IO, llOSi:, et al, exra, to Jacob W Holo- mon. WUINTUAUD, MOllHia, to Harris OoM man $1 HAITI!. KAMI. In K.rrtln.n.l Tlalieh ..12.000 JOHNSTON. ItOItKUT J, to Mary J John ston , 11 Yi:ilI)Y, JOSr.PIIINn U to LaJt Marie Awl 11,(00 nroni, ' POTTHItTON, AI.KKEt) B, to Marian Tip ton it, too IC.UI.V. HLKAN, to I. Mt( Co I2C0 SAME to rume 12(0 MONBYMAN, PEItCT O, to Annie Klni ber $100 HATIsnKD MOnTOAflKS. (With nam tnd addrew of lender's at torney.) nownnv, 214-tKH, w a. 1 5xl, Aur 11, 1901 Thoa It Mary B Mowbray to Bea nie H r.vrrltt. Newark, N Ji atty, V H Sanford, 111 llway $1,400 RCCOHUEO LEASES. Manhattan. BHOADWAY, s oor Slat at, 10S.ilS.. all Joiephlns Brooka at al to llurlburt (Irand Hotel Co, It yrs from Au( I. 11): attya, Parker, I) A W, 34 Naaaau -t .IS3.000 111TI1 HT, s a, 100 Ith t, 55x171.10, sll 11 N Amuaement Co to SaWbury Thea tres, Inc. to yra from Oct 1, 1914! atty, Tho. ! Mac.Mahon, 1400 Bwy I7.&00 BltOOMi: ST, 243. cor store Theresa Sam uels to Henry Walkar, 17 Llvlniraton pi. 4 8-12 yrs from Sept. 1, 11S atty, Chat A Appenkraut, 41 Park Row $1,100 Hronx, USD ST. t4t E. all Dl Benedetto Realty Co to Alfonataa Crapant. 2 yrs from Auk 1: attyt K Callfano, tSU Id av $,00 I.M rKNDF.NS. Manhaltan. 7T11 AV, t s. 25 ft of 113d st, 26x100. and 7th av, e a, (0 ft a of 133d at, :Ssl00,t actions Met Life Ins Co act William F. Dlller et al (foreclosure of two mort ua res); attya. Woodford, R A B. IITII ST. 1 W Boae Bosenbere act Fred eric II Co-rr r,ircluur of mortgage); atty. B 11 stern. 10HT11 ST, 231 W Jacob W Solomon Kt Ilaymore Realty Co t al (foreclosure of two mortgagee); atty, J 8 Honalsky. Bronx. 171D ST. at Intersec of Clay and Arthur avs. 2.7x295.2i Irrex Marie Slavers, aa admx. Kt Mellwln llealty & Cnnstn Co (fore closure of mortgage) attya, Wesstlman K. ST ANN'S AV. e a. 40!. ft a of Westchester v, 26x117.0 John Boaeong agt Otto F.hrenhs-rdl et al (foreclesrure of mort gage); attya, Salter A S. 1I3D ST, 7 11; alao Southern Boulevard. 2321 Jacob Oannfrled at al agt Plda Conatn Co (foreclosure of mortgage; aity, II Gottlieb. MECHANICS' LIENS. Manhattan. 204TH ST. 4SH-4IO W Oloha Fireproof Door A Saah Co agt Orasant Conatn Co, owner and contractor ... 11.223 lTll ST. 130-112 W BenJ Werdlnfer et al uKt Metropolis Securities Co, owner; Sam-in-1 Ilablnowlch and ltyman Blndler, con tiactors I2'0 ItlVKHSIDK DBIVK. e s. whnlo front bet 141t and 143d sta, 300x100 Joseph A HoegKer mkI Newmark Davis, Inc. own ers and contractors, . . , $443,36 SAME PIlOPKltTY Itlehard K Thlbaut. Inc. aKt aamsit $1,353.15 6TII AV, l-82s Benjamin Lett aKt (teorge Cantretl et al, owners; Nathan Tlckett, contmctor $430 SATISPIEB MEI'IIAMCH' 1.1 ENS. Manhattan. .T.V BOWERY, SO Jacob Bubln agt Sarah Craft Kst at at. Aug II, 1111 111. 20 WASHINGTON ST, 44 K Eckenroth a Son. Inc. agt Daniel Kdgar et al, Nov M. 1113 1406 13 THE COPPER MARKET. Sum- Xrrr llaalneaa Booked at ISH Cents Pound. Thero was some new buslnejw Ixiokisl In coppur yesterday for the domestic trade at 12t. conLs a pound. This price nppllnd to electrolytic. Lake copper also xold In wnall quantities at ll'i cents. The business now dolntr In copper Is confined to a few of ths selllnK nreneln. as others have rofralned from enterlnar tlie inarket at tha moment. The foreign demand has apparently fallen oft some what, this being evidenced by the decline In premium paid for Ameilcan copper In I,ondon, Rxports of copper during the year ended June 30 totalled 974,791, 3TC pounds, a high record. This comparies with Mo, 513,317 pound" In the preceding; year. Imports were-also high, amountlm; to :81,S36.O0fl pounds, against :9!.7.H,00O pound-s. This applied to manufactured copper only, the amount coming In ore matte Incrennlng tho tonnage by 112, 000,000 nnd 107,000,000 pounds respec tively. BUSINESS TROUBLES. L. HOLDSTBIN & CO Petition In bank ruptcy filed by creditors against Ixiuls (loldsteln. doing business as L. kildsten A Co, manufacturers of cloaks and suits. ISO. 132 Wat Twenty-ninth street. Mr Goldstein alao made an aaslgnment to Mor rls B. Arnold. Liabilities are Mid to be 130,000; assets. 112.000. lie began bust, ness In 1903 and has been a partner In several firms. nrDOLI'lI BrtAt'SS. commission dealer In rubber. druKs and k'hii, $0 Bfiiver street, filed a petition In bankruptcy! Ila Millies. 112,011; no assets. The principal business of Mr Brauss was from the Par Kast. which Is said to have ben cut off by tha war. It Is said he went through bankruptcy once btfore nn a petition filed on March 3. 1106, He had no rating In llraiitrttt't. HOBN & SACHIlll. -Petition In bank, ruptey filed by cre.tltnra against Barnard Horn anil. Isaac Sachsr, composing th tlrm of Horn & Stcher, wholesale confer tlonara. It Forsyth street. Liabilities said to be 1 10.000 ; assets, 15.000. KIIANCKS llOXKn. New Iloehelle. filed pet. tlon In bankruptcy; liabilities. $1,720; nn neeeta she had only one creditor, the Yonkera National Bank, $1.71. Itr-celiera In Bankruptcy, OLAS.SBF-llfl ft OABTNKB. INC .llldge Basel ham appolne,! Trederlck It. Itlch re celver for Olaaabsrg k Gartner, Inc. manufacturers of store futures. 445 Vt Korty.flfth atraet) bond, $1,000. Author ity to carry on business for twenty days. Liabilities. I7.S00, asarta, $4,000. MAS I A S1IOK COMPANY. Judge Veeder has appoints. 1 Mattlisw A. Ilenkel re. celver for the Mass Rhoa Company, wholesale dealer In shoes at 104 Head street, with a retail store ot 131 Canal street MiNronn bibbon and cahbon com. I'ANY, Judgs Hotel haa appointed Matthew A. Henkat receiver for Peter Slebel, trading aa the Mlnford lUhbon and C-irbon Company of 23 Beekman strait, BHN.IAM1N MOSKOVITZ Judge llnrel has appointed Fred, B. Hleh receiver for Benjamin Moskovlts. Jobber in woollens and dress goods, 131 Broadway, with su thorlly to carry on bualnesa twenty days. The stock on hand Is said to be worth $2,C00 CAB MINK n-AI'ICH .Tudg Hsiel has ap. pointed Joseph It Huberts receiver for P.irmlne D'Aplea, met market, Yonkers. Assetn uliout $10,000, AHItAHAM AI.TMAN Judge llatal has ap. pointed John I. Lyttle receiver for Abra. nam Altman, ahoa dealer, of Liberty, N Y. Assets said to be 11,000. 9. II. P. PP.LL A CO. Judge Basal hail nuthorlied the reeelvera of S. II, P. Pell A Co , cotton nnd atoek brokera. 41 K. ihange place, to continue business thirty days. They can sail atneka at the closing bid of July 30. snd where there are no official quntatlona the reeelvera can us tholr discretion aa to auch prices aa they deem for the beat Interest of the estate, IMsrhargrs Granted. Judga Hazel In tha United States District Court granted discharges yesterday to Peter W Dill, the Marcus Starn Manufacturing Company, Mury K. T. Zlppert, Charles Weiss, Abraham Price. Laura V, Terhtine. John A. Mimey, Tred B, Ahrnmson, August Molting, Julin Iloffmlre, Ushrens Bros,, laldoro M Sllhereteln. Martin Llchtmnn. Havld L. Snydsr, Ueorga 1C. Knnlst, Henry P. c. Johnston, the Sleds Pur Company, Arthur M, Davlilson, Herman II, Llevow and Lesser Weinberger, Petitions Dismissed. CAUL SOLOMON--Judgs Haxsl has rtls mlssed a petition In bankruptcy filed on July 21 agiilnst Carl Solomon, ilr&ler n dresaeti, R'i Monroe street, on a sattle ment at 5f, rents nn the dollar. Composition Confirmed. Till'. MANHATTAN BBA1D COMPANT. 120 Wnoster atreet, composition with credl. tora at 20 rente on the dollar cash con firmed by Judgs Hatel, Assignments, Till: I1ABBON CATEHINU COMPANY, ivhlrh cunducted a restaurant st 291 Uroudway, made assignment to Mnurtie P Diixlilsnn. The cumpany waa Incor porated In 1'ebrutry, 19I2, with capital stork 15.HO0. and bought tha place from the rerrlver of Barron'a Buffet, a corpora tion, Frederick L. Walton la prealdent, KAWCI1TT LHVINU Stcphla l'awcett nnd Pauline Levlne, who ronipoaed tha firm of Pawcett & Levlne, makers of dressea, III? Seventh avenue, made an assignment to Isldor Wltklnd, SELECT APARTMENT Name and Address. No. of Rooms. Rent. Particulars. Agent. EDMUND FRANCIS COURT WKffi''BHES 4a..:n W. laoth St. ' "'""" l'arklllevator. telephone, hafl Mr Vtfn. I IlL 1 M 1 K A 1 U TV 3tIV,m.7 Rents II story, wttulldlng; each room ,...., ... 1 75H6B. le.lrDe .ftoth S... " SSvtSlV JJn'S' and'oo?b' "" "n Jr'emVaet""" LIFE BUILDING VoS as,,. 7&&wn&M. jxj&t' Jt i:sT.usr SI. aniinalh. TnTiip! Msldrvlce. Meals ecned In Suprplrnrm?lc,?, 00 TLIC RRITXA1MV . I Vr '"" n "om"- mock ehe.l. I ARmU DI1 l 1 iTkll 1 " as ano 'rom Subway Hxprrss Station 3507 Ilrtadway. cor. - . .7. flooini. 1 .ano- All motlern Improvements and 13.1 St.. or Supt, on al ws. lOJd St.. ?car l.'way. contenlrnres. Ilxrellcnt serMre. premises. wi sj- Ja. 'T s ntJln , Furnished New 6 atory hlth class elevator La JX IKr XX X Z K IVI 3 mn" uin to house, all nutslde rooms, ape- Apply on premises. r aTaVafm, jTVIVITAO rnnmi anoo rlally adapted to bachelors' P. II. roi.i:v. 161 )Usr mill Kr anil Hatn. Unfurnished arrurr. etc.! under my personal Itcsldrnt Mimam. !" ''" t. 4Wo to also. aupervlMon THE C ARROLLTON issgsi .. .o MM Corner Madison Ave, and 7Qth WL a .". Mh. all .round. Wf tiW The CHESTERFIELD tWmrt& WM1! $ u.. Corner USth street. lUths. a.K.. ?m'ce! mVludlng dwr Slid car-FT,'rt, ,BC-a; rlage attendants. lh Av.Tel. Mad. Sat. THE JASPER 3Ilonm,- l:fe'pt,oven!?r'c:.;d,i?0dmeir. APPly Heslden. Man.- 32MWK.STIMISr .STItr.KT. rrlsalellall to rhJ, Sd vV."m cl"n,nir:. M'ran.il.C Via (Joining Port w.shlnK.on aiM and Bath. .40. 5"MW? " et L?4.it. BROCKTON ,,icn ci"" eev,ori fh ,if,!oiw,r""C0, on. W.IM4MhSl.,.Vi:.tornerllroadw., "ooms. '" rooms, sleeping chamber mil; "IVIIm S'' nni n. snmn .-s. 1.. inrncr nroauway. -4Si hardwood floors throughout. Phone 4420 Audubon. TAT IT AU P.TTV TTQT7 (V inmv yji vi 1 1 uud ur SILVER TO PAY DEBT! IM1111 Hcforc Bunkers to Offer Only One-third of $112,000, 000 in Cnld. ACCKPTANTE IS rXCKRTAIN Foreign Holders of City Issues .Miiy Object, Fenr inr Loss. Among the various plans put forward nt banker!' conferences to enable the city to meet Its Indebtedness of IM'.OOO.OUO, which falls dun abroad between September and the middle of Jnnuary, la the prosisl Hon that the payment be made one-third In gold and the remainder In silver Hank ers base tholr claim that such a payment would be a proper one In view of existing conditions on tho declaration of Congres that this country shall Keep the silver dollar equal to the gold dollar. Vhrthor such u paymwt would prove acceptable to the holders of the city's ma turing obligations In Km nee and Mngland Is uncertain. If the holders of the city's obligations could retain their payment In silver until the end of the war It might be easy then to obtain gold for their silver, but the chances are that If they needed the money before the end of the war they would have to dlsjKiae of tlu-lr American silver dollars nt a conildcrablo discount If the sliver dollars were melted down by their holders they would yield considerably less than the valuo of it gold dollar. One banker. In speaking of the situation yeeterdny. Intimated that tho first pay ment of obligations, which amounts to about 13,000,000 nnd which falls duo early In September, might bo met with a gold shipment of that amount to Ottawa, but held out llttlu hopo for any further pay ments In largo amounts being madn In gold. It Is kmmn that the matter of u i:o, 000,000 loan to thu city, maturing In one, two and threo years, as told In Tub Sun on Sunday, Is still being cor.nldered by the bankers. Thero Is also a rumor that tin city may force those institutions with which It places Its deimalts to form a syn dicate nnd supply It with the gold It re quires to meet Its maturing Indebtedness. Another conference of bankers was held yesterday afternoon at the olllces of J, I. .Morgan k Co. Among thoo prese-:.t were Krnnk A. Vainlorllp, president of the Na tional City Hank ; Krancls I,. Hlne, presi dent of tho Klrst National Bank : .1. I. Morgan and other members of the Morgan firm. After the conference It was nnr.ounced that no stntnment would be given out. It Is believed, however, that this conference, llko nearly all the others which havo been held during the past week, wan for the purpose of giving consideration to the city's obligations maturing In Kranco and England and howthey should Ni met. PLANS ONE BUILDING BUREAU. Factory ('niiiniUslon Want a to L'nltr I.oenl Departments. Tho New York Stnto Factory Investi gating Cmmlilon has outlined n tenta tive plan to eoneontratn In one depart ment, to bei known aa tho Department of Hulldlngs, control over all mutters relat ing to tho construction of new buildings and the altering of existing bulldlnga and to do away with needleiM Inspections. Tha plan affects all buildings, Including fnotnrlfts, mercantile establishment" and tenement houses. It culls for a Comnils. sloner of llulldlngn, appointed by Hie Mayor, -who will have JurlwUctlon over Uie entire city. Plans for the construe tlon of new buildings and for alteration need ha filed with the Department of Hulldlngs only. The building bureaus In each borough are to be consolidated, but tho dntnlla havo not been workiil out as yet. It Is announced that the plan does not mean the creation of an additional depnrtjnont, but the consolidation of the following existing departments nnd bu roauH! llureau of buildings In rach borough. Tenement IIouso Department, bureau of fire prevention of tho Fire Department, bureau of boiler inspection of tho I'ollco Department, Htnto Dopartmont ot Labor, In so far ns It relates to the construction and alteration of buildings, tho Health DeparUnent of the ety, relating to utrnc tural changea In bakeries and food prod uct tnanufnrtorles, nnd tho Department of Water Supply, (lain and lllectrlclty aei far nu It relatea to Inspection of elec trical wiring ami building equipment. Mvr Stock Market. Ilecelpte of beeves for two days w re 4,(11 lien it. Including 10 cars for the market. Trade slow and prices loslte, lower. The bulk of the offerings rut to the scales late In the day Hteera sold st tl."tjfr 19,10 per 100 Ibsj bulls, ISW17: eons, ISfi iM0. liresssd beef dull snd iower at 1ViTI5Hc. par lb. for native sides Receipts nf calves Welti 3.47S head! 3,714 on aale. Veala firm to 2Sc. hlKtirr, grassers and ysarllnaa steady, All sold Common to choice veals sold at I. 3011 112.60 per 100 lbs.; culls, lift III grassers and buttermilks, !l,60fH,f0, City drassed leals stun at Ufllc, prr Ib.i country dressed veals, 13 4c. Receipts of sheep end lamba were 11,640 head, 74 ' cara on sale. Hlu-rii dull and barely steady, lambs, ir,fr26i higher; elns. Inn weak. Ordinary to prim" sheep (enea) sold lit UUS. culls, 1! 50j ordinary to prime lambs, ll'd!; culls, 10. Dressed mutton lower, at I (lie, per lb.; dressed lambs, IS Vila. Ileerlpts nf hogs were 1,530 heidi Includ ing "4 rera for the market Keeling easier. Stale and Pennsylvania hogs sold at 19.10(1 13.76 per 100 lbs. for heavy to medium Heights; nna hunch fancy light heirs, 11.10; oughs, M.sitirtl.to. !.A - ':'Mt.TM.KXTl TO I,KT-UNHJR.NISHED. 362 Riverside Drive CORNER 109TH ST. The fltiewt residential nection on the Drive. A MAGNIFICENT FIREPROOF APARTMENT BUILDING. Large, Light Apartments of 8 to 1 1 Rooms, 2 & 3 Baths $1,600 to $2,500 per annum. At these rentals tlieo Apartments havo no comparison in tho city. Sorvico unexcelled. St'I'lllUNTKNDP.NT COAL BOND DEPOSITS URGED. t'lilcnco mid Indiana Commit tec (.'nils for )ul-k Action. The protective committee of tlw Chicago and Indiana Coal Hallway Company first mortgage bondB, of which Ward XV Jacobs is chairman, announces that It Is Important for holders of lionds to deposit them. Inasmuch as tho holders of tho de faulted obligations Involved In the Chi cago and Kaatern Illinois Itnllroad receiv ership have organized and are active In the protection of their Interests. The committee haa thought It necessary to limit the time for the deposit of bonds to September 1 After that date tho Cen tral Trust Company will not accept bonds without further notion by the committee. COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY. NBW YOUK COUNTY Supreme Court Appellate Division -Ila. ccts. Mupreme Court Appellate Term lteceea Huprem.. Court Special Term Part I. lief fire duy. J. I. Ills-filed motions. Nos - I. Matter of Automobile IM. of Tr , 3, Mat ter of Concrete Products. 3, Lawyers Surety : Ayraul-, 4. rluthsrland vs. Tucker, r. Chlaa vs. .Murphy, I. Peoplo vs. MeKenna, 7. Ileldo .Mrssurl. I, Matter of Clinch, 9, Ourhemln vs Duchrmln, 10, Duncan n. Duncan, 11. llodgers a. Mauderer; 13. Me Knight vs. McKnUht. 13. Hchlres vs. Hchlen; 14, l.lueliHii vs. llnioks A Co . IS. Cuva s Miller, imyhlll A Co., Hi. Murphy vs. Ilutler, 17, Hyan s. lllake A Williams, tl. jitone vs. Hresky, 19, Krederlika vs. rnuntxln Choate, 30, llerahhaln va. Murray Kt , 31, Cunningham va, Klynn, 33, People, Wlxted vs. Waldo. 33, People. O'llrlen va. Rune, 34. People. Mueller, vs. Same. 35, People, Kelly vs. Same; 36. People, Ilurns vs. yame 27, People. Kelly is. Pame; 31, People. Ben jamin s. Same; 39. People, McCarthy vs. Sime, 30, people. Murphy va Same; 31, People. Ktehells vs. Same; 32. People, KM seher va. Same. 33, People, Torpey vs Sams; 31, Nltzherg Nltiberg: 33. Flmpson Crawford va. Klndler; 36, Trltarliler vs. Trlt sihler; 37, Messer vs. Ilernsleln; 31, Slgel sehlffsr s. Martin; 39, Matter of Oundlachl 10, Vanca A Hulllvan Oom;any va. Kdlsnn; II. MeKltlrlck Company va. Montasue Mail ing: Mach.; 43. Matter of Dalley; 43. Olll s. Thompson Scenlo Hallway; 44, Same vs. Same; 41, Purdy vs. Tllghman; 44. City of New York vs Elyslan llealty, 47, Matter of Hennessey; 4, Tannole vs. Key; 4. Mc Carthy . Domino M, Plcturei (0, Same vs. Same; fit, elame va. Same: 63, Matter of Mc Shane; f3, Hhumnn a. Shuinan; II, Kap fH,M vs. I.elra. 5,", Matter of llorowltt; 66, It A 1 Company vs Krsaer; 17, Keleh vs. Tribune Assoilatlon; II, Pleater vs (lolllck Company. 69. Hawser & Co. vs. Hdson; 60, Matter of Contl. el, IU)es vs. Hrlt Union A Natl. Ins.; SI. Same n. Olobe Klre In surance, Texaa, 63, Sama vs. Doan Ktd. A (lenl, Ins, London. 64, Same vs. Natl. Oenl. Ins, Ieindnn, 65, Same a. Potomac Ins, D. of C ; 66, S.uno . Property Ins., London, 67, Same s. Ittmouskl K. Ins., Cunml.i ill. Sims vs. Sovereign K Ins., Canada 1,9, Klsenberg va. l-llsenberg, 70, Ilium . Alli ance Ins.. Philadelphia; 71, Itnse va. Ilagen locher. 73, llaron vs. Ilarnn. 71' Orant A Co. vs. Casey, O'llrlen Company, 74, Matter of nunsey. 75. Mut L. 1 Co. vs. Ilodlne; 76, Mayer vs. Loeffler; 77, Cook vs. lloth, 71. Mut. !,. 1. Co. va. Ilodlne, 79, Same va. Same, 10, Same va. Sains; m. Oceanic Invest, va. Twenty-eighth Street and Seventh Avenua It. Co. 12, Sehwelnler Press vs. Phillips Pub, I h3, Nassau Hotel vs. Harnett; 14, Cnnklln vs, Ked. Tr. . 13, Morse vs. Koran; 16, Manvllls va. Mnnvllle: 17, Held vs. Held; II, Illrharda vs. Ilobln. 9. Oursky vs. Illalr; 90, Adams vs. Adams, 91, Mutter of Kupec: 93, Mc Knight vs. McKnlghti'JS. Matter of Dale; 94, Ilrown va. Ilrown; 95, ilraeber va. Met, and Suburban It Co.; 96, Oursky va. Illalr: 97, Foss vs. Ilurlaiido, 91, Helwlta vs. Helwlts: 99, dels vs. Iwisarowltt; 100, Matter of Carnegie Trust! 101. Karl vs. Iairl; 103, Kunnld vs. Kunoldi I0S, Axtell vs. Hill! 104, Chlrrhlrk va. Chirchlek; 10S, Kllaa A Mach tin vs. Urrenhsrg; 106, Uulnsburc vs. Phil llpsi 107, Zoch vs. Zoeh Supremo Court Sperlal Term Part It. Defers Iielany J. Court opana at lOnO A, M. i: parte matters. Surrogate's Court Chambers Tlefore Co halan, S. Court opens at 10:30 A, M. Wills for Probate -Magdalena Ilruner, An ton William. Krcderli-k Srhurk, Yetts Neu. I'ranees Levy, James II. McCormack. City Court- Special Term Part I, tlefore Oreon, J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Motions. Part II lleforo Oreen, J Court opens at 10 A, M. Ex parte mattera. K1NOH COUNTY Supreme (Jourt lAppellata Term Tie cess. Supreme Court Appellate Division eo ond Judicial Department. lteceea. Supreme Court Special Term Part III. Trials. Ilecess. Supreme Court Trial Term, Adjourned until nrst Monday In October, 1914 County Court Civil Calendar Part IV, Trial term adjourned until October. Motions . returnable son orners aignru in i-nrt n, 1 Iloom 10 County Court Criminal Calendar lor .Trial--Part 1. Hefore Iloy, J Charles Polman, attempted grand larceny, 2d John Itolh, sttempted grand larceny, tat. Part 111. llafore Tlernsn, J, Philip Jacobs, receiving stolen property; Itlehard Devlne, assault; Charles Klnppenherg, carry ing dangerous weapons, burglary, grand lur ceiiy, receiving; llnraldn Callflnn, receiving stolen property; Charles Aptel, attempted burglary, Hurrogata'a Court - Calendar Flefore Ketcham, H, Court opens at 10 A. M in Hall of Itrcords, second floor. Wills of Charles I K. Sutherland. Ulliabath Stelmbscucktr, Israel Meyers, tluilnlpli Yi'lnkeiioanii, Hills ' beth Hufnagel, (leorge Schubert Account I lugs Jossph Albert, Michael J, Ilrady, known as Itobert IS. ilurke. DIRECTORY APAKTMENTH TO LET-CN-tmNIHIIED ON PltKUISDS, Oft N. E. Cor. Mailinon Av. A Hist. Tel. Murray Hill -lai STAY JKRSKY RKAL (ESTATE rOR 8AI.B. The Banking Dtparinvt nt of Thi Stall of New Tork oners al private sale, modern iinur-, buncaloua and hulldlnir lots at SENSATIONAL BARGAIN PRICES The properties are at Orantwood, Hudson Heights. Morvmcre and I.eonla, New Jersey, bout opposite (Iranfa T mb. lie Sunreif.e Court has i.thnrlxcd the sale, and q-ilck i-eulta are necessarv In order to close ihe business of the Industrial Savlnga & txian Company snd the New York Mortgage Com pany. This means that prlcea are low cnnugh tu attract honieserkers, builders and Inv estora. Kind out about this unusual opportunity at once while the range of choice Is greatest, hy addirsalnr iTi:nj. D. HAIOIIT, Special Deputy Sunt, of Hanks, am Times Hulldlnir. New York City. Bargain; $5,000; easy terms. rieautlful Country Home, netr eipreaa station and lake; estab. community; large living room Ith open nrrplare. dining room! butler's pantry, kitchen, four bedrooms, tiled bath, parquet floors, beamed ceilings, electrlo light, steam heat; si! conveniences. 41 mlo. on I)., u A W II. It, Address PRANK HILL. Post Office 703, New York City CTTT RBAT, K STATE. HoraceS.Ely&Co. REAL ESTATE Zl Liberty St. 48t Fiftk fr. BOBOCUH or BBOOKLTN rOJI IAX.H. DKTACHED HOUSE, containing Kin Ttonms, all Improvamenta, on plot of ground 40il2O, In bsautlful Kings Highway section, 31 minutes to New York by llrlghton Beech "L." Publlo and parochial schools two blocks away; churches of all denominations near by For aale at a bargain to cash buyer; neigh borhood first class. Kor particulars, address UAIIOAIN, llox 131 Sun Office. rVKBTCHESTER REAL ESTATE TO &A1M ' Kenneth Ives & Co. .M"1 7 E. 42 MAY SELL FELL SECURITIES. Ir'-lv-rs (let I'ermlaalon Is Ulavaa nf Firm's Assets, Judgo Hazel slimed an order In ths United States District Court yesterday allowlnit the receivers for Uta bankrupt I cotton ami stock brokerage firm of H. H. i I', IVI' H Co. to continue the business ' for til y days. i Thu order also gives the receivers the right tu sell nt private sale securities now In lha possession of tha bankrupts or to deliver securities void by the bank rupts under contracts made prior to tha Insolvency procendlnKS. Tha securities are not t be disposed of nt prices lower than thosie offered for them Immedi ately before the closing- of the Htocli Ex. change. In appealing; for this relief tha re ceivers said that the affairs of tha bank rupt Ilrm are extremely complicated and thut the liabilities will exceed in, 000,000. LONO ISLAND NOTES, ConoNA. Herman Ii. Wilson, who had lived a, hermit's life for the pst ten yearn, and his black and tan don- were found tlad at 78 Railroad avenue yea terdny, when tha police broke In, Wil son, who was 70 years old, Is thought to wivo died of rrlof over the death of his d.R. Jamaica. Dr, Howard W, Ncall of Ja in ilea, Hctlhff Coroner's physician, anil Coroner Carl Voeg-cl of Queens said yes. terdny that tharo would he a, rlirtd Inves tigation of the treatment accorded PVe-1. t crick Lnhmkuhl, a clirar manufacturer of Hlverhead, who was fatally Injured by a Jxjiik Island Rtllroad tnUn on Saturday afternoon and who wan on a railroad train for three hours, It ! aliened, with out receiving proper attention. Ileferee Appointed, II y Justice Uuy Matter nf McLaughlin A ivinnsr iiuiuiujr y, p., , Receiver Appointed Hy Justice Dslsny .1. Hy Aleiandsr, Jr., va Kaunle 8. bsldln, William I. Koonty, WEATHER FORECAST Washington Predictions tax To day and To-morrow. For eastern New Tork, fair tn-dari cooler In eitreme south porlloni fair nnd rooter to-morrow i moderate north and northeast winds, Kor New Jersey, partly cloudy and cooler to-day; probably fair and cool to. morrow; moderate north nad northeast winds. Tor eastern Pennsylvania, partly cloudy to-day; cooler In south portion! cool and probably fair to.morrowj moderate north and northeast winds. 1'or southern New Hngland, fair and cooler to-day; fair to-morrows modrtvte northwest to northeast winds. Kor western New York, partly cloudy, continued cool to,day and to-morrow; mode rate north and northeast winds. NEW YOP.K. Ail, K.-ltla-h pressure pre vailed yesterday orer all parts of the eoiinlry escept New Knttand. the middle Atlantic Slates, the Southwest and the middle llnclty Mountain section. Principal centres of hlth pressure were lo cated orer the upper lake rrrlom and western Canada and over the east Gulf and south At lantle States. There waa no storm In any section, but heavy local rains occurred In Montana snd In Texas and showers In the middle Mississippi and Ohio valleys. New York and Hew England. It was warmer alonr the Atlantic roast, but cooler In the lake regions, the Ohio Valley an4 nocky Mountain States. In this city the day waa fair and wanner; wind, fresh southwest; average humidity, Tl per cent,; barometer, corrected to read to ss level, at I A. M :.I0; 3 P, M., .M. The temperature In this city yesterday, as recorded by the offlctat thermometer, Is shown In the anneird table: 1014. ltlS.I 1014, HIS. tA.ll S0 IP, U 7S' 74 13 M ? P- M "9 M 3 P.M.. ,.M 77tJMId W M Highest temperature, as, al 13:1ft P. It. Cotton States Weather. Kor North Carolina, local thunder ahowars to-day and probably to-morrow; moderate winds, mostly southwest. Kor South Carolina, fair to-day; local thunder showers to-morrow; moderate south wtnda. Kor Osorgla, Alabama and Mississippi, local thunder showers to-day and to-morrow; south wlnda. Kor Louisiana, local showers to-day ant to-morrow; moderate south winds. Kor eastern Texas, local thunder ahowars to-day and to-morrow, except generally fair to-day near the coaet; moderate southeast and south winds. Kor western Texaa, partly cloudy te-day; local thunder showers to-night or to-morrow. Kor Oklahoma, unaettlad to-day: prob ably local thunder showers In eaat portion; fair to-morrow. Kor Arkansas, local thunder showers lt day; probably fair to-morrow. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. miniatuiu: almanac. aw rtfi fx Sunrises, 3:t3un sets... :40Uoon seta, .s.tf IlItHI WATKR THIS DAY. 1M AMI All Sandyll'W. 10:21 1(;ov.lfcland.l0:3sllrll Gate. 12JS now vati:ii this day. All! AMI AM , Handyirk..4:Or(;ov,llnd.,4JliHf!I Gale. .4:11 Arrived MONDAY, August 31. Sa Krlstlanlafjord, t:is A. M.. Christian!.. August ila Principe dl Udlne, 10 P. U (Sunday), Genoa, Am rust 12. Nn Noordam. t A. M., Rotterdam, August III. Ms New York, a A M.. Ilottrrdam, August II, Sa Keelung. 5 A. M Calcutta. June 51. Ss Mlnnewaska, 4:0; p. M.. London, An rust IS. Ha Dundrennan, 4 P. M.. Lisbon August 11 Sa Ravn. 9:?0 A. -M Sidney, C. n., Ausust gt. Ss Ssnla Clara. 12 A. M.. Cardrna. ugu-l .1. 8a Carolina. 41s A. M Arrrlbn. Auirust I.'.. Ss Ztnal. 7:10 A. it., nuenos Ayre-i. Julv Rs Clban. 12 A. U Port Antonio, August til. SsClothllde Cuneo, H:20 A. M., Port Anienlo, August to. Sa 1:1 occldente, 1:10 A. M (lalvrst'in. Auiusl is. 8a llomus, i30 A, M New Orleans, August tt, SA1I.RD KOIl NKVV YORK. Sa Kaperanza, from Progreso. Ks Morro Castle, from Tamplco. OlTOOINtl STi:AMNllll'M. Sail To-day. Malls Close. Nleuw Amslenlam. Wot'm Parlma, Nt. Thomas II 30 A U Arapahoe. Jacksonville City of Columbus. Savan'h CI Mundo, (ialvestnn Satl To-morrow, Vessels Sail. 1 00 A U 3 (10 P If lmi'U 100 P II too l P H Prance, HavTe ... . , 7 on A M St. Louts, Liverpool 10 00 A M Htampalla, Naples 1000 AM Philadelphia. San Juan,. ., IIH1AM C Itfom fa , San toa 00 A M Almlrante, Jamaica 9 so A M Semlnote. Turks Island UOOU Campania, Liverpool Italia, Naples Oltnda, Cardenas Uomus, New Orleans Sail Thursday. August 37. nalrio, Uverpool IMAM United States. Copenhagen 1000 AM Themlstoctcs, Plrmus Prlnclpallo, Ho Herd am Kraacls, Barbados S 90 P M loon A U 12 00 M 12 00 M 12 00 M 13 00 M 13 00 M 3 00 ISM 10 00 A If lOOPfl 13 00 M 12 COM 11 OOM 100PM SOOP 1000 A OOP 10OPH Santa Theresa. Havana Llmon. Costa lllca. . . .. 1 SO P M INCOMING OTEAMSBTPa. DaaTo-dar. 100PM tool I'l Van llogendi Sang tad flayamo Manhattan, ., Mayaro Pen a Hubla.. RarUand Klasierfaa-.. Carolina Arcadian Oscar II Pleiades Ten adores.... Havana Huron l(oturdam.,, Preston. Avon moats.... Inc. .Auf. IS AUg. .Aua. T ..Port Spain Aug. It ..carom. ..Monte video.,., ..Hwansea ..San Juan ..LlfTrpool...,., .Aug. T -July 3 .Aug. IT .Aug. It .AUg. .Aug, .Aug, -Aua. ..cnrtatiansana., .,,,,, i.VIUU-,,,, , ,, , Cristobal Havana Oalveeton.... Due To-roorrow. Monvevldoa.,, Gibraltar , Anttlla , Port Spain,,.. .AUg. Jl .Aug. 1 Tertary City of Madrid Haakon VII... Mayaro Tagvis ,.Joiy 13 ..Aug. s ..Aug. it Aug. l ,.Aug. 31 ,.Aug. 30 ,.Aug. It ,Aug. 30 .Aug. 33 ..Aug. U Kin gaion Galveston Dae Thursday, August 27. ci AIDS, Ht. Paul Liverpool Denis liarbedoa. Mania Uarta Kingston Wells City Bwansea Ineosalnsi Veas1e r Wlreleaa. Ss 8 ant I aro. Tamplco. U mtlea gsmth al Scotland Ufht st p. M. Sa Havana. IJavaiia, U mtlea south of Dia mond Shoals at noon Ss Mara,:albo, San Juan, 1,1st mllea south af Somland light st P. M. (Sunday). Ss Iladlam. Sabine, 17 miles southwest of Diamond Shoals at I A. M. Sa Vesta, Hat on Ilouge. passed Diamond Shoals at noon. Ss Huron. Galveston. 110 mllea southwest af Diamond Shoals at noon. Sa El Rio. Galveston, 70 miles west of Tor turas at P. M Ss Kl Alba. OalvesliH. rr. mllea southnest of Diamond Shoals at I P. M. Ss Apiehe, Jacksonville, 210 miles south af Scotland light at 7 P M Ss Concho, Mobile, (0 mites south ot Caps lUlteras at noon. Ss iToteus. New Orleans, T miles ao-ith af Jupiter at noon. Army and Navy Orders. WASHINGTON, Auif 24 No army orders were Isaued to.day, Navy ordera laausd: I'aymastsr S. K. Ilarre-r to the Vermont Naval Conatruetor Jamea Head, Jr., from the California lo Mara Island yard, Movements of Nuvwl Vessels. WABHINOTON. Aus, 14 -Ths aubmarlna K-l, destroyer Hoa and tug Pontlac have arrived at Newport! collier Cirsar at Ouan tamo, gunboat lUlrlgh at Mare Island, tuir Ontario at Vera Crua. drstroyer Patterson at Caps Cod Bay, cruiser Dee Molnea at Oalvaalon, tug fltandlsh at Solomon Islands, destroyer Chauncey at Shanghai, lug tlocket al Indian Head. .... Tha crulatr Denver haa sslled from Ac apulco for Sallnn Crus; battleship Maine, from Tonta Dslgada for Annapolis, cruiser Tucoma, from lllueflelde for CrUtobal, lug Homers, from Norfolk for lleaufort. N C , battleship Khode Island, from llsiiipion Roads for Dcston, submarlns D-l, from New York yard for Newport, battleships Mis. sourl and Illinois, from southern drill grounds for Solomons Island. Chess i Hay; supply ship Olarler. from San for Muiatlan: tug Fktapsro, f Cms far Galveston: trnnsnort 1. from Puarla Plata for San Pedro. Macorls battleship North Carolina, from Cherbourg for Palmtuth, England. aa s f