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R" J :4.51& 1«1.7W In-. 15.7«
Tct! , lr H.4CB.SSS $1.61»t.1T8 1nc.5139.350
jj, ur .-s . IMMsI f«M.BS« Dee. $28,006
t* «>.... 130.420 13n,4<«) Dec. 40
Ba!arc# ~~*:.35.40S |M4.TTe Dsc NUsi
"^f r. c :- lon *.*f:_ _^« >«>•«
ur. <92 iv;' *"2 Dee. K.osn
-..jr, -e tCSSMM . :•.. -47 Dec. f7!».l'<7
'tfjEgjentM 544.7CJ Dec. J^Tl
«... -„.... »O».:')T $2190 M In- M*6.098
jVe^» •" r ? 1 «» •■•• t«I.OM J.4M.01T Inc. 213.Q51
Trta: Pan Asa .."»2 41-;- J1.677.00S 1re. 5605,107
CniCACO AND ALTON.
The CwfrssP' » r - Alton BBBilsssf Company reports far the
_ r #r.J:n«: June- SO:
iZI. , Jl-\"7l <*2 Inc.?:.
OpJ""X'M-JJ>«- 7.6-*.^ 'ccg.oa lac. H3B 405
Kaeav'sixsa WJDOL233 $S.4*a>r>7 Inr. $*.',..»-.
O^,; me tr.e _^ J^l l ~ U '' J '' J *?*• J^fJ .
Toul nteos» .... $:"■: n $3^13.967 Inc. $451,960
t^. r ,., 4.5»7^8a 4.3»>4.-.>J7 lac. 333.U3J
Aantie w «*»•— »X.«C»\a6« $^..<un m«. $216,W«
p«i rtlvidcris .... 7<1.7t» 7M..7t>J
P»ar.re "^ "ittlu
FJx>>: ciwst -•'» — las. , tajw
earpius «:;;.:+» *««.;:&> Inc. J-4..'-
rrrri^us turp:us . . . . 50.43) TuUSS Inc. • ■ -"■
Zvm.: £urp!o» ..•• fCOJ.^47 f0&».40S Inc. WaJUs*
Tr.' jenetai balance sbeai &s of June 30 shows:
fwt^rosfl * »nu!p..«06.TT.3.r.!7 |68.5».M7 1nc.51.52.«.500
SSnaZo^v^. snu.««s 4:«.4i2 ivp. i;«.sn
... 7<0,247 l«;2.-lrt I>v. 56&399
Jniilr * cos n>-.MS WI.HSB l»«r, 4>£.371
t" I Go^t. farm. . Tti.l».*l 7t>.:tl2 Ltc 2rti
Mat ' & rJrPli** CW.«O»J STA.O'W Inc. 201. .'.91
»'n-s ->»-n<"i »n»j.'>oo 2.y."j.?<JU D«c 1.82*. "-"J
•*Alir,n B X I.3VU*2 «51^.C72 Inc. 88X510
Contir.g tfsctt 206.VH 231.656 Ice. 550."4
Total 70.361.^.4 *73.J»ffi:'.CS0 Dec. J5.432
d&Mivlock aj»,OS«.«»ll |39.ad5.f00
Fuaded «l«-»< ilM'"ii<l 55.43&.0U0 Inp.sl.. p S<T..nrt.»
I^vsns & bi:> pay'S. 1.14>.0'«» 2.M<«.<*«> lVc. I.37rt.t> m
Cu:reni. liMllTitr ■' 2.403.27* 2,541.47'; l>»e. lSx.lf 1 *
Deferred liabi n'.es, 11.673 r>ec- 11.>~7.'.
Cer;ir.B»nt tiaUl... fT.7.77!> «!.%.'.*47 Inc. 22.r..'!2
Ft ft ft I** »ur... 68X847 54i«.4?,S Inc. uri.n.s
Total *"•' ■-'• - * J"" ■-"•■•. «3« Dee. $5.432
WES" XCTT-TORK AND rr.NVFTI-VANIA
ttoa V>ft.rr. N«w-Toik ar.d Per.nsyJv.,nta Railway
Cew.ra E > r<=piTts to the State Railrnad Commission for
tb* Sast endfd Jur.e ;i0:
G^..s^ ■ BtDS* 13,491.73 1 $.S.U«.?4'? Inc. J.t7r. 3«r
Cl*n>tne «Xi*nws.. 8458.4123 3.0f3«'^4 Inc. 143^68
Xtt earr.irgs (2^3.197 $53.2.^9 Ir.e. 1229 <!s
Other it., asi ■».] - — Inc. &9239
Totsltorttn* *' ! '2 3O JSl^O Inc. $20,07rt
fiiec chaigc» I.CSU7I 1.5i>.7.'« Inc. «.\213
Deficit I 1.321 «V» J1.521.4 » Pc;. $213. «.t
*(OiJ«JtSett - 705 532 UO3 823 Inc. I.2fi-.«i"
Setermtat!' 47^.1'W r.3f1.7^7 Dec. 03.57s
csT<SJb«na 2.-fi77r» 2<-3^> Inc. 2.S'-.
rui r«B! a*!- t5 -J*3 ."77 440 -.' I Inc. S "-■■
Caner: UabiUt.es... 4.CC2 C7O 3 >C.C43 Inc. 1.612.331
AJirhICAN STEKL rOUNDniES.
Th« iceoir.e account Cor the fiscal year ended July Si
She*'*
Marts* i "•" B.MSW* Dee4Ms>o.O73
Stxxf.il*. etc .... -9 43^.741 Dec. 214.X.2
Pawnee *565.2 M 7^7«0.8r:«i r>ee.sl.l7.Vl2O
Other income 44. 0il 27.<g7 Inc. 17.U15
Total BW«M » f »52 $:--:••• P** I *. I S P JS
Afim. end .'.her ex iTi.^y 231.012 Inc. 44.21S
baRM ~i"::.~»,i'.t3 RJM« Dec.»i.202.n:3
{surest on txr.Ji ~'. S3O 23.KA1
■ta'snew ... $S^>,4^ f1.K3.403 Dce4l.auS.'.'23
Dlvl^nCs ....i.... CbT.W'i .00 Dec - 1°"
Tv*r t I3CTXOS •J"«rO3 Ip.c.s:.a i 2 C2S
r/SSI JU"«2wM*- M»w*C» Inc. 7fJi.<.3a
Tctil eurplus g*Ol.Cl9 pesos Dec. $434.154
•Surj^s.
The ger.era.l balance sheet as cf July 31 shows:
-* es r ff JJ 7 rrp( . nr ...«1J,«:7r,.:!07 |2».< 12 :-4 Dec. $13« PIT
l7<V^r« ..... eoo.iri 4uJ..4« inc. w.vu:
rea' .^ : ate ' • 310.305 Dec 31<> 2«f,
ivf 4 cc l f* :o: o or^-r. si -:« y^.'.'fl Inc. 42.1-J3
lnve-rr.ent« . ..... 5a0!172 2P.«00 Inc. BS».ft72
Arccr u r\.s re^ivatle 7»-4 <^S L.CS».«Oa Dec. 1.07r..76«.
,; BRn Cia..37 fiCO.TT.3 Dec. 4. - -
Tnta'.s 13M3J.53 «33.3:6,013 rJec.51.124.45«
Treferred s'lvk ssjLtUJEOO.OOO 515.500 000
Common et.-xrk out.. IJ.:->".<>!J«l 15.r4«'.C)iW
Vnderlvin* bonds... ... 471.000
Fjf AUbtr t * l .*... b: :! 8 — Cno.OOO Pec. I=oo.™
Accounts • •■•-■* :4- ..14 Tr i -- «■:•• -• ■•
Pavrnll* a=d lnt^n-« "K2M J49 r^2 Dec. TO.Wfl
... rt-srne. 25,5')4 £f.<^3 Inc. 10.471
Pr^f.t anil Ifsi <s'-r
i.lus) 401. 01» £33.203 Dee. 434. 1 C 4
Totals ?C2 133.r- T 3 f53.31«.0:3 Dec $1,124.45*1
RAILBOAD EABNINGS.
CANADIAN PACITia
iwi4. i*«n. ijhc
ytimber of elites ... 7.500 T'M 7.4451
rourth weelt in Srpt... tltrrwiO fI.STR.OOn »1.1«2.«i0i
Ito Sept. 21 13.0*4.071 tl.Ml.4P* 10.452.2^6
«X)I>.iP.ADO AND SOTTTHEr.N.
■HbsbT cf miles ... 1.121 I.IC 1.142
Fourth we«k in Sept.. . $'.22 s>» f145.."^7 $525,179
July 1 to Se^t. 21 1.4«1.54« 1.C54.247 1.54*.€13
DENVER AND uo CRANPE.
N'jirher nt rr.lles M 2.K«0 I.T2S
yuurth week in c-tpt... f , 1 %*«.40'» f4.s4i.AM; fiKf..4(X>
July 1 to bepi. SO 4.155.600 4 t,'-,:'*j 4,C10,t7s
ST. LOV: fiOVTHTTESTERV.
NuTr.r-er fit miles 1.203 1.2;i3 1,~t.T
TBSIIh week in fiept... J2TC.;."?! f2I7.C^S J2i;.2-j-j
July Itu St-pL 21 — S.l2Ls*M l.Ti'l.lUJ 1,7U5,11'7
CHICAGO ANU ALTON.
Slc^tn ef Augufi— -
Cross rarslr.tit 1t.153.054 f1.047.1<W |wc'.:v
£jr.<r»-3 aai taxes... 11l- ■.:•- •'. .-. •«. WS.KJI
Net ea.-T.ln2f $4^4.C05 SSGO.MVi 1331.7 M
For two mtnth»—
Crar* f2.140.2<^» r.(V»,074 11.CW.7G1
Esßcr.i'.s ai:j Laxes L 570.151 LSda>oM MM.OH
Net ec-r-nit? $770,047 1702.CCS $64^.717
"''"— AND VIESTERN.
Jlce* af August —
*srn»« earr.!r.ts ....... Sl.W!!.'^ ?V,^2T.»O 11.7:3.403
■"■>—■ and t»«as.... UIU.U7 1.117.737 »Sj,^2
Hal san -• |>>4<i OSS JSOO.SM $7J3.7il
<2»rg«s . . . . ... -•..) 2U.M
farfia, sr.sS.7ys >!•-■- jio^.s.a
For tK'o rsier.iha —
Crau earcir.cs f3.771.157 fS.f^.^3 *.".-T' - ;■:
«i*s.-ii, i.nj taxes... ...... Z.Zf-J.SM 1.11^3.203
N»: earning $1.54!« 776 fl.fi-'.. 9 .7 $L34< ' i>
Charges >>; 4'-j 6Si.tM 421 0 2
e«rp!us J&i3.Sia (1.104.U01 Ji!25,a45
GVLT AND t=IIIP ISUAND.
'Mccth r>t August— I!*> 4. l!« 03. Changes.
GrQtm ••feni < .r;«s . Jlo'.< ••• *S3 IS Inc. (5.567
<n- «U. & taxta... 114.C03 »8,«o Ice. 1«5.2.0
Net fsrnln^s — »4*..--7 ?57.255 Pec. |12.»I8
Other income j,72 ;.;i L»ec. S«i»
Tot*; iner>ine — »4«.tCa (38.306 I>«c. >.--■:
Flx«« charges S-J.157 Vi.VX, Inc. 831
•Surplus >-- - - t59.100 Dec. $14.19*
Frußl July 1 tv Aug. 31 —
OrtMeamJrg- f^A^l |3ij.*.5'5 V*r. J4.T24
<*. <■*♦«. ana Uve».. Z3.U11 I«M6< Inc. 25.6i7
** " irr ' r^« •- ' ■ J S „::
O'her income l.a^3 1.W7 Dee. 6Vi
ril«(3 char.,;* *7S.ra- ~7iTaTies D*e. S4o>.s
nied char K e* V).Z<)Z J>,4is Inc. I.Wa
l " ur ? 1 -'» Efc.OW $:0.7i3 r»e. WiT.~z
LOCZEUKA AND ARKANSAS.
Itath Of Auguet—
I M i t* In". | H*t
6.0J7
■ mau ' 125.C70 MM Inc.' |13 «a
■RMMinua ,a.yd nsnui
3l'?BtfcofAu SUM —
Cross ca ml rjf« 51? IV) $10 T7S I-,. «. .>~^
J.>t earning, ' *«? ££' f !i'n
iu:y 1 to auj. 31— "* 4j
Or .? .-Bir.:rr- JSS.23J f2i iKt i n , «, j,.,
Ota«x bKotM TCI fc : o fe. »-Jg
BAL.TJ»!nr.E AND AKKAPOUI SHORT LIN'S
Month of July —
$i«2i:. rv c 12C1
.'.*-■
PENNCVL.VA.VIA.
cSi^" IJU! * STl.3ooirtT |77,0ir,^7 |fi».l2lW
i?* lwl *i t=9.«is.ra« m.«as^M $»:BC2.m«
I-mat »«.t <.i r'tutin and Erie rdlrectly operated):
■fajS"""- r^ Au /^<.. B&sas
Ket^i;~ P** 1 - Pec 1.5T7.500
»* •»rr..r < . ln< . p^ • 757 ; =r , 0
rwia^ipMa CHUmore and \Va»hlngi. - .
I Jiithof/.fiiK — :••• * iw:j. :»«.
> EJ,* 1"^1 "^- «1 5" «^» tuSTIST fl IM.V-57
»<£--i»oi »-ia.4yi 701.D01
■~^ IJ - »4. ..|»0| Hi3«Ul TU.HO!
' ■"!«■■ 1.. "swim «m».us
For alcM monthf —
Gross earnings $5.530.21(J $«.8«5.81* $».0B4.01(l
Cx)«n«es C.701 6, r..i:..2'jt» &.f23,43«
Net eanilifi-s $2.2 > <H.>J2O $2.430 520 52.531,420
Northern r : tral:
Month of Auff'^st —
Groib earnings ■■•• $ff2r. $91*9.056 jr.s; S-(|
Expenses 616.360 684.460 47 60
Net earnlnßs • 2,876 1C54.576 $205,176
For eight months —
C.roe* tarniag* ' 635, :•■*.. sn,f>C,l4'. **.4<i2 74-*.
Ex:er«'r .">.142.453 &.J04.458 3.603.153
Net earnlr.es ....... §1.4*3. «92 ft.577.6M $1.409. 1 M
West Je^ej- and Seashore:
Month --.f :jßt —
Cr^f* - $01,430 $744,730 , jfC t4.-'--«->
Exjjerisea 523.758 -.:>..>;< 340.363
Net ->•■..-.(;• ?::r.-..r.'. $3«J.1f1l $053.1-01
For e'.sht uionl.ie —
r;r..s,,j rarmr.gs. 5 -■-•;. *."..»".' 4«3 ?2.7»'9.7> ; n
CaiiMll 2. 1 ix".'.2 - j'* 2,202,458 1.064. 12S
Net eam!rf* . $55<5.«53 >■-".- »843.«5
SOrTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM.
BOUTHEEX.
MiM'li rf .ÿt —
Number of milt* 7.197 7 I*7 7.107
Grosa earttisci $4,041 :.M $r».:r.4!««wi $s.49s.:r<{
Operatint 'xrenses .. 2.»«15.7t.'; 2,»fe2.«72 2.442.680
Net raises $1,225,763 $1. 171, 334 $1,065,667
July 1 t.t Auirust SI —
Oro*« earning* ■ ... $7,757,668 34* 737 $« 7- c 1».672
O&eratlnjc tpswsts.... 5.C14,>«41 &.277.154 4.042.133
Net earnings. - os.. 52,142.627 t2.071.58S j: m: :.:■.
MODILE AND OHIO.
Mciith of Auipift —
Number of milt's {>12 Si;
Grtws earn.nirs S'itV".:'^ -:-!'•. 143 $561,333
Exit-r-se* ar..i ;ai<r» 455.4516 465.001 41-*4 I '-* 'H»j
Net sarnino $214,514 $13M42 $153,307
July 1 to A'.jrist 31 —
Oruss earning?. $1 ;t3 •'■ $1.221.!»0« $l.llfi.f.l^
Oporatlnjf exjtimes &15.9P4 !'!•.. i:> 7 830.875
X«tnmlnfi Inns.. ».;;:. 1 $311,839 52 < ;.">.7;"'>
CINCINNATI. NEW-ORLCANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC
Vciuii of August —
Number of miles ."".6 338 S3 '•
Guss «amlr.s> . . $R2«.l2rt $R42.C2S $503,477
Oj>eratinK expenset 474.2^5 414.967 376.214
Not rarnlnp? |] -41 $127,661 $127 363
Ju!> 1 to August 31 —
Or.-** earnings $1.1«!.5<.7 $1,177,513 $»7A.5M
I'reraTir.B cxj-en?es MC SSI 012.427 72P.619
Net earning* 2 mo». . J201.3C9 $268.080 J2T>O.!CS
v:.\:ama CHEAT SOUTHEHN.
Mrnth cf Aufrust —
Surakr ot m.les tie "!■• no
>; — esrr.inßß. . $274. ?1» $25*,521 $227,421
O;-erat!ns cxren»es •Jl>. v J'i 118.401 MsVKt
Ne» ra-n res $55,993 $6.V«»4 $01,033
July 1 to Au^us-t 31—
Orofs esrntnp* $511.25* !V>2.:r7l 142S>
Operating expenses 4— •.-'•3 3M.210 ;;I>.7>>l
Net «arn!r.BS 2 ro*.. J«2.093 $121,133 $111.
g;:okgia scuthern AND florid.*.
Mrnth of Aiisust —
Number of m.ifts "JO 335 255
Cr-fr e»rn!r.»;« $134,782 J1.13.473 $12^.ri' i 3
Oiwratlag • uses.... lu.'.SSi) Ui3.425 61.172
Ne- earn!ric«i ...... $27,472 $30,048 $35,411
July 1 t« August 31 —
Grcr* earnlii«; «."' '"14 $277,951 $241. 00S
G;n-.aUrig expensts.... 205.450 i' 13.537 173.921
Net eamiCßs 2 r=cs.. >■ LIM $•'! 414 $C«, 047
GCU AND SHIP ISLAND.
Tr? ar-- al rtr"rt of th« Gulf a.n-1 Shin Inland Railroad
for tee >e^r er.Uea June 3i», lu>H. snow* an increase of 7
per r«r.t i!i «:oss ..i.'r.r.:--, with net earnings about a'a
t^r.arj'- r a Kain ir. cr^ts rec«ii>ls was due mainly to
t!.e laot taat the lumber rnlllß en the lire had an outlet
10 foreign markets ti.r^^if:-. Gulfport Barter. an.i to the
material increase 1:. I'li'i'.tfr earmncs. The trees earn
ings, operattng expenses and taxts. fixed charter etc.
of tr.e jesr. comr-s-red »US fie previous year, «ci« as
fclk^s:
1304. 1003. Changes.
Average n-.'.lcs operated 2''l 25] Inc. 10
Grots -arair.j;? . $1.529.?15 $1,705,047 1nc.5124,7C8
Oi'era'inj ex;er.ses arA
iaj.fi 1.223.235 1.070.eiS Inc. 149.017
Net earr.lr.BS $Co-'.r.xO $»i 25.42& Dec. $24,849
Other lucorae 1LM)1 3.719 Inc. *.o(>2
Total net !-roms . *• HI $£2».148 Dec $24,849
lc:ert«; ani ether it
ducusriS . ... 279.0*S Hi.4M Inc. M 638
Balar . arr'^cable to
dividends f3.n3.31S I4SS.7U r>ec.slofl.4fin
Dividends a 000 100.000 Inc. loo.<>o<-»
BxirplßS 1133.513 $333,718 Dec4aoO.4Oo
The corr:rar!y'» fueled debt amount* to ?-t. c -»j.:a-4. or
$l!>.C'-l & t::::e of road. Of this sura the annual interest
charge Is *.-». 4-7. cr the e<jul»aler t t of 4- ;er cent of t.i»
toiii Incorrm of the fisiul year available fJr (merest. The
inr.ual Interest charge a n.lie of road amounts ti> tS*S>. a»
asa!ri»t total aralUble tnccr.i« for the year of 52.31 The
funded debt waa 1 ■.-'■■ -el fr tn 14.0>7.0< 0 • j $■« -■"-'■ •■
to) t *■ tteue of 3r«t r»furj!r.e and terminal C per cent
mortfrape bon*iff, to cc\tr additions ard be*. 'trments n « '.6
in U<ij3 and KitH amcun!!r« to l'^S?,f«'»). In crder to •*-
■ •• fuiiiin fcr ex:e^ilu".s ar.l In: prove men ■§ not rrovlied
fir by the bond l«sue. the capital ft ck »a» In-reifrd hy
five thousand s^rej. and the rroceed* cf the n*w stock.
1 mounting tr. ISoo.OnO. were utej in laying eff the corv.
t-any's roat.np ob);ratlcr«. The train and tranepcrtatlon
•tatl»t:cs show still frrther r.^teworthy rr<Ktr^s In the
handllac 0* fr'i«!-.t uit:-. err.cier-.cy «nrt economy. Al
thrvujh the number cf revenue t-.nn <^f freight rrled one
mfla lnrrenFed from TQ.fiPO.9IB 10 61.7'S.Wn tnn rrlles, or
n.O.T per eeat. the rr.iieHre of revenue fr»!rht train* de
cretfe-4 from 342 ZU miles to 3.12.713 miles, rr 2.7* rer
rent. The average freight train I«ad lr.creafed fr<-m 207
t(-,r» »o 242 tnr.» sn-1 the averse* loaded car t^sd In
creased tt m 13. M toss to 1«.97 tors.
MONEY IN CIBCULATION.
?ept. 1 T»4. Oct. 1. '04. Oct. I. •«■
Go'.t cr>!n I'.ft.Wi ?12 $^41>44.wa '- .:■ •••■» t
Gold certificates.. 603.7i:».4;i* 450.t.12,i3*J S-^.O-.'T.C'.a
- e t»n''ari stiver
dollars 71 .'.' T2» 70,000.230 7ri.f'ro.4's^
r»rt:f!'-at*>i. MI.S3A.ICO 4^ c .l3:<>7's 4.*.- '22 214
.-utfiHary Oliver. P3.1iW4.7u2 85.840.017 04.ti67,102
Treasury r.o;«s of
l>-!«> 12.1<5?.157 11.<W>.CI<8 17.3C5,2r>S
t.'r.iied Ptates
r..'te« K32.811.2U tU.OS4.TM! S:.C.S7 s .7fi3
Na:'.nnal bank
notes 433SS3.e<W 44X027.4*7 4<"'4.t«03,«:»S
Totals »- > .5.*.«279 o*4 »1.5fi2.H0 4«3 t2.4 f >4ri7.ofiJ
Population of the L'nlT»- States Oct&i.er •.:•».■?
tin^ated at 52.214.0.X*; circulation per capita $al 16.
TRADE IN CHICAGO.
[BT TELEORAPH TO THE TRIBrNE.I
Chicago Oct. 4.— Wh*at was firm, to commence
with, the offerings for a few minute* being miall,
and the market consequently quite inactive. Tlie
buying orders were the flrst to give out. and tho
•*I"iir light In vtlun;o. 23 it was lor a time in
I cess. Lor.f wheat came on •:.- market during
•lie reaction thnt eueceedei the oper.ln*; advance,
and. In addition to what had been sold cut the day
bffore, had to be shifted n round for a while from
hand to haTi'l before it found permanent lodge
ment in hands that closed uooa It for Kood. Re
ceipts were ftl!l liberal and the general disposi
tion amon; those who looked for ultimately higher
prices was to r^stpori*' further purchases until the
effect of the heavy arrival* at Northwestern points
had pasS'd. !>>cal receipts w«?re ft cars. While
the market was not stirred by any (treat volume
of orders on either aide, the general tendency was
in the direction of a rrilid advance-
Decembtr closed at the bottom. $1 12' i. after srll
ln*r as high as *1 13J a ; May followed, closing at
$1 12%. The b »•>; was Jl 13T».
Corn oponed firm, and that was Its general char
acteristic throughout the greater part of the ae»
eion. Re>ii)is were light and advices from the
country Indicated that they sjere likely to continue
unit the n< w crop got in ■ are to be moved. Th*>
weather was favorable In the Weft, but the frees
ing temperature that was ben the day before was
movinsr over the Bait. .„ ,„
Local receipta were 1W car?, and shipments L.3,000
bushtls. AgKreK.-ite at the primary 'Western points
was 3i>8.000 bushels, compared with 712.<>j0 bushels
the y^ar before. Estimate of to-morrow's receipt*
was 97 cars.
December sold as high us 31\c, clo?!n(j at the
bottom price of the day. SlVie. Th* range of May
was from 4^:^" to 4ii I -r-. closing at »*"v ■
Oats ruled firm. There was Rood buying by cash
houses and some coverlni? by Bhetts. The pami>!*!
market ruled firm. Nye-Jenks. Buckley. Creighton
and McKeyr.nlds wer<» good buyer?. Receipts were.
•>32 cars, of which 54 were contract, and of the sam-3
irrade fil.OfiO bushtls wore taken from unlicensed ele
vntor*. Shipments from Chicago were 94 A"" bush
els Estimates for to-morrow were 134 cars •
Th« market elogwJ stroiiß showing a grain of JnC
for December and May deliveries. December closed
at 31*« c The highest was 31^. the lowest Smc.
M.iv Sold as high as 33Sc and as low as 33»»c. cios
ir 'ro'rk fluctuated lltti» from these prices: October.
mi si- De'-emVer, $'ia.',; January, 13 50.
I ird held firm nx $7 77'^ for October. r Off J7 «3 for
December ' arid $7 .. ..*:::'-, for January. October
ribs were steady at $7 85 and January riha at IT.
Financial Meetings.
* r«Firc*.N locomothe rOMPAVT.
„ %V/'a . ..• n- * York. September ::d. 19««.
X'OTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
•^ .—I meettnc of th* Stockholders of AMER
,.,* n . (MOTIVE COMPANY irlll be held at the
rr £ AN V^h?/v.-vlany. «t No 25 Broad Street. in the
?^ C *«? New York. New York, on Tuesday, the nth day
Ct> ilk« imi it twelve o'clock, r.oon. for the pur
° Director* for the en-ulng year and for
rh"»?»nV 3 efofl Tof '•>■ 1 other boslncn »■ : -*>- properly
com- |..'"^ the meetlrr Th, polli will remain open
',',]"}£ twelve o'clock, noon, until one clock in the
afternoon •« "'-I "ay. „ BEST. Se«iretarr.
TV, the .'-tr.ckholiiers of
AmeriTn SpMt» >taaufa«-turtßC Co.
rriin ANNXAL MEETIXG OF THE STOCK
1 holier* of this Company, aajraaaat to the by-laws.
'.. v held at : o'clock P M on Thursday. October
win bt- hH<J tl" ;m; m of <he company. No. 27 William
£?;.lt s>w York City, for the elation of Director*
d 'or the transaction of «uch other buslr.ess as may
"?. D ni r '«r»nSer bb f th of ihV^ommon an , Preferred
«.Vu of tl 1 ' Company will }.<■ clo«ed at I o'clock P. M.
October 4. 190*. in* l w1 " remain closed until 1» o'clock
*• M- Ocioher It 13^ D^^ RD c r , nD Secretary.
Dividend Xoturx
-TT^r V«rL •■<! New Jfn»j Teleph»a». Company.
TWO -^ ITW ?1 W iJ'ouS-iby Btrr«t. H ookl.n. N »■ : „
4 QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF
raDital'tork of thl. Coin-any, ptyable O^^T" l^.^
u>f "J-khoWers of reconJ at the clo^ of business October
"*• WU . lIZXTtr aANOER WOW. TwMUrtr.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1904
Banker* and Brckerg.
London £ Pans tubings, Ltd.
GENERAL MINING AND STOCK.
Bankers & Brokers.
BASILDON HoliE, MOOKGATb STREET.
LON'JON. t.NOLANU.
lOppoii'e Bank of Erg!ati<3>.
Ba»ln«» transacted in all the Internationa! Stocks and
iII-.!r.8 ,-7in:»<i quoted or not quoted on the
l^or.dun otock Exchange.
Advances made on Stocks and Shares.
Exclusive daily Cables frcm New York. South Africa.
Australia, etc.
American & Canadian Branches.
Cablegrams: "I'LEXARI V. l.U\l)O\."
_, j i Western L'Bton. Ueber**, Vr<-' rr. v -.<-a<-!
CO «fV Bedford McNeil!, ar.ci Morelng 4 Xeal.
etSLOt
Fisk& Robinson
BANKERS
Government Bonds
ani other
Investment Securities
MEMBERS SEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
35 Cedar Street 28 State Street
NEW YORK BOSTON
R. L DAY & CO,
3 NASSAU ST, NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST. BOSTON.
Members 11. Y. and Boston Stock Exchanges.
Trust Companies.
ManhattanTrustCo.
WALL ST.. cor. NASSAU. NLW YORK
OFFICERS I
JOHX I. WATEBUIKY, i'recicfent.
JO US KM Alt. \Vice-
AMOS T. FREXCU.S Presidents
W. X. Damn*, 3<l \jce-Pres. anil I rt-aj*.
The Manhattan Trust Company receives deposits
bearing iot<-rest and subject to cneque, purabU thruugb
the New York Cleat Ing House.
DIK£CTOK^
Francis K. Appltton J oan Kean
George F. Ba.%er Daniel S. Lamont
August Belmont Clarence H. Mackay
H. W. Cannon . Oliver H. Payne
W. Murray Crane E. D. Randolph
R. J. Cross Grant B. Schley
Rudulph Ellis James 0. Sheldon
Amos T. French John I. 'Waterbury
James J. Hill R. T. Wilson
PAYS 3 INTEREST
ON DAILY BAIANCLS.SUBILCI TO
CHLCK. FAYAIiLL IN N 7. tU.\U3
MORRISTOWi TflJSr CO.
MORRISTOWN. N. J.
JUNE 30111. IBM.
Capital. Surplus asi profits. 51.451.113
DtPOSJTS 56.024.JJ0
pinr.r-oni'.
SAM-T-. FKEEUAN. Pr»*!!ent.
rhar!e» k. Cutler. G. o. Ftelinibaytaa,
* Wlllard W. Cutler, Ocoicn r, lU\en,
Kreferir crcir.ae!!. 1> Wllli* J.irae*.
Aorellus U Hull. O. H. Kotr..
Gi»«t»v F. Ki«n?l. Walter U. 1 akinn.
I»ut^'r Koantse Wt.l'am rt fkidrair*.
BlohaM A. M r.jriv. !!.nr>- V. Tiiyl-r,
H. McK. Twombly. Thos. \V. CauWw!!.
James A. Wstoh, L<-.ul» A. Thcbftud,
John XT. Cajtlej.
Guaranty Trust Co.
OF NEW YORK,
MUTUAL LJrE DflU fNG.
Capita*. 52.000.039. Surp:ui, $5.03»,030
JOHN W. CASTLES. President.
EQUITABLE
TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
Capital, $3,00d.0u0 15 NasiU street.
Suiylus, (U.OUU.bUO Equitable. Liuildtcg.
Dividend Notices.
TMK AKHiXIN. TOPEK \ AM) SANTA I i: ItAIL
\VA i i n«l'A>V.
Tour l>r Cent. 1! un.ii <•••-. iiir Ai'Ju>tuirnt Mort-
VOTICE IS HE^£BY|GIVEN THAT THE
■*" lioe.T<i of OtrecUTs of tnls Company ha* declarer to
be dive and r/ayauie on the f.rst ilay of Novemh'f. UtOi
an Instalment cf Interest <beir.g llm elghtn . - almeni
uvon the übo\e -„151. at the rme of 1 ur Per <>nt. on
th« par amount thereof, belrjr horty Dollars is4'J> upon
each Oae-ttiousand-dollar <*I,<»(X>> bond ai i Twenty Dol
laia ls2 upon ea.;h r'lve-hundre'l-.loliar it*'*' 41 * t'Otid.
Such Interest will be i.alrl at the oilice ol t!i« Company,
No. •'■ Nassau htrret. New York • .;. New York, on the
coupon bonds, upon presentation and surrender of tln> re
■peetive coupons NUMBERED 8. ami oa th« Hcsls'erel
liv^nda. to the tiaten I holders then on November 1,
J»O4. The trar.st<r boutu of tho Reartstered Bonds v. 11l
close oa Octohfr 8. ISM. und will remain i li -• •: inul No
vember '£. I>'4
Stamped A4Jn*tmrnl Morts;as;r Bond*.
Semi-Annital Interest.
A serai-annual l.i:>taln.»r!t ut t»u [.er cer.t. In revert of
Interest on the STAMPED AdJu-stniTit Mortgage Bond*
of The Atrhl»on. Tooaka and Baata Vi Hallway Co'npjiny
will be paid at Its office, No 5 Nat-«m Ftreet. New V :k
City. New York. .m November I. 1804. urxin prt-r>etifaUi>n
and surrender of the respective coupons NL'MBKKKD 16,
and to tne holders of Reßtstered Ilon!». The tra:i?t'er
booka of the rt<-g.bt. ».i lion. ls win cloye crt October s.
ISKV4. and nil] renialn <:losed until November 2 l(x>l.
H. W. GARDINER, Assistant Treasurer.
New York, September 7, IW>4.
orncE INTERNATIONAL power COMPANY.
Prorld' nc-e. K. 1., On. :t. H">4.
A SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF 1 " ?3 PER
6hare on the- preferred stock of the national
Power Company ha.-! been decland, pa] able on <>ctcb«;r
15th, itM '.■> atockholdf-ra of record on this date. The,
book* will be closed on Octoter ;:.i, 1004, and will i • re
opened on Ootcfcer '"''■ !'•' '
WIUL.IAST V. FMV.I.DOS,
Assistant Secretary-
.AMERICAN CAB AND FOl .VDRT CO.
New YUiK. Ottjter J. 1004.
PRECERHEr) CAPITAL, RTTKTi. DIVIDEND NO. .-
AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Dl
"**■ rectors held this (Jay. It was rerolrcd that a olvi.'end
of 1\ rer cent, on the preferred capital Wo. k of th« com
pany be decl.irea and paid on Tuesday. November I, lix.'4.
at the oßice of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York,
No '"•■'■ Cedai Street. Sew York City, to stockholders of
record .• the cl — oi business on October i" linn. Trans
fer hooks will close Monday, October il). 1804, and reopen
on Wednesday. November 2, 1804.- __,„._
S. t>. PeLANO, Treaeurar.
D. A. EIXBT. Secretary.
THE H. n. CLAFI.IX co>jr\Nv.
Coiner of Chuicn anJ >\'ur:n nt. «;«.».
New York, October ■». ll'f>l
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF TWO (2%)
■*■■*■ t>. c*nt. on the Common 61 ick will be p»i»i October
' ir-t v The liana. booH w.li be ciosert at SP. M.. <>._••.
6th an.i reoptraed at W A. M. Oct. Itttt, I»D4.
The trauftr book for the Prtrorrt-i stocks will remain
open l - iTi " V. N. F"i:' Tieaauitr.
AUIRILAS TiO.nPHON^ N ANi> TcLXUHAPQ •■•:
A DIVIDEND OF ONE AND A HALF DOL
lars per ihs:e will b* c aia on >a.ur.l 0.'.0*, 15.
1904. To siookholcers cf record at the clow of business
. ca TL rlel tt Bri:-pXrte^.r8 ri:-pX rte^. r rrcm °" cl<r l °
10-.- U. botn c-;'.-' A^ „ D^IVEn. Treasurer.
CUEVEI^ANP. CIKCINKATX. IHICAUU ANL. 81. U.LIS
Grand t » r t al ft ti r, N. V. sept _', l> 4
A QUAim:KLY DIVIDEND OF one and
** nw^riSTIII rnn E.»T. -n ;he rrbteweJ Ca f .
iVth.Mnce *Is n:p*ny will b« paid Oetuber Yo.k.
to* ,uckhu"e.s of ...otd lat three o^oekg^ , n Thu -
day. October Uth. CMAULES F. COX. Treanxer.
ITTOttX BL'ILDIaG BOOM.
Plans Filed for Eight Flathou-scs, to
Cost $886,000.
Building activity in the upper m ctloa of the city
continues to be a feature of the market. Many
Pians for flathouses to be erected there re riled
nearly every day at On Bulldfns Bureau, Plans
■were yesterday tv.rd at the bureau for eight flat
houses to be built in the section at a total cost of
$386,000.
Two of the house* will be six stories high, and
will be erected on tl:e west side of Seventh-arc., be
tween One-hundrfd-anJ-nineteenth and One-hun
dred-and-twi sts.. on a plot lOO.iIxSO feet, by
M. Weir.stein. G. F. Pelham is the architect. Ha
places the total cost of those buildings at $130,000,
Two six story brick fiathouses are to be erected cv
a plot, &>xS7 feet, on the oast ?ide of St. Nicholas
Place, :_.", feet north of One-hundrf-d-:ind-fiftieth-st..
by l. A. Liebesklnd. G. F. Felham i.s also th^
architect of those buildings. They wi.l ci st $i<>l.om).
On the south side of One-hundred-and-forty
fourth-Rt., i.:. feet west of Lonox-nve.. four rive
story brick flathousen are to be built by I. and H.
Mayer from plans drawn by Neville & Basse. They
T.-ill cost $ICC,I»M. "
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
Henry D. Winans & May report the sale ■' the
four story high stoop brewnstone dwelling house
No. 113 East Thirty-ninth-it., the size of the lot
being 16.9x1C3 feet, for Katharine Van Valkenburg.
on private terms. Also No. 3*9 PHck-ave.. Just south
of Fifty-t"ourth-st., size of lot S2s9o feet, for John
Reid.
Wiinarn Stoaebrtdre ha? leased for Charles Ritehte
the two story frame dwelling house No. 2.411 Bel
mont-ave.. about SCO feet noith of One-hundrcd-and
eighty-saventh-st.. The Bronx.
Arthur 8 Cox & Co. have sold for Jacob Schnel
oer to Louis Lese Nos. 131 and 323 East One-hun
drtd-and-t \venty-first-3t., two dwelling houses, on
lot 5f1x100.1l teet,
Aiillard Wit was tbe broker in the saie recently
reported Of the property No SlO West ElsUty-sec
ond-st.. for Harry Goo.lstein. ■ five story double
flatbause, on lot . \; . :«.tt.
Davis & Kobn.son have sold fcr Mrs. Julia Friend
No. lii Kast Sixty-runth-St., a four story brown-
Blone front dwel.ing house, on lot 20xl0(U feet.
.>. .at:ai:i <_'oh«.n«3Bas bought No. 15t tast One
hauared-and-fighteenth-st.. a five story tlathouse,
\...:i !»ior( 5. on lot 2LIOXIOO.iI feet.
Henry H. Dreyer has sold the northeast corner c 4c 4
Broadway and Hawthorne-st., frame buildings, on
a plot Cfxijj feet
Martin K.tppltr has sold the southwest corner or
Eh*>rnian-ave. and Hawthorne-sU, a i>lot 100x100 feet.
Deutsch & Blumenthal have so.il to a Mr.
Echlanger the northwest corner of Rivingtori ana
lUdga sts., a flve siory teriLmtnt houso, on lot 35x10
fe<.t.
' D. Sylvan Cracow has bought No. 42 West One
hundred-and-th;rty-ihird-st.. a rive story tlathouse.
or. lot I&9xS9.U feet.
Water J. Cohn has resold to Simon oinsburg
No. 1,088 l ark-aye., a five story naihouse, on lot
Sox S3 feet.
H. t r.ry C Raynor has resold the southeast corner
of Tenth-aye. and IVo-hundred-and-tenth-st.
Simon & Wal.aoh. as brokers, have sold to AdolPii
Hollander Nos. 105 and 107 Kast One-hundred-and
twenty-third-6t.. two five story flatfcouses. on plot
70X100UI t>< t. Herbert J. Cochran ho da tit.s.
Mas Marx has sold the northwest corner of Madi-
SOO-ave. arid One-hun<Jred-atJd-« -el , a
two etory building, en lot W.IIXLO feet.
Alexander Hei.schot has sold for Jacob VI e!rt«te!n
to Jacob Biumann the southwest corner of First
ave. and Nlntticth-st.. four tivf story flathouses.
wiih ".on on a plot ICC.SxICv fert. ..
Julius Blocd ha« sold tor Har.y Schlff No. o_i
(\>^t Oue-hurdred-ana-thrty-f.ryt-st.. a Ore »to:y
fiathous-. on lot 5x99. U fAet. to Charles Wynne,
who has reio'd it to M. Cassaca. .. ■ ,i
Lout* Alexander ha 3 sold to Antonio -lannei.o
No 2 :S6 Seccna-ave.. a fi\e story tlatnoute. on lot
« Alexander TTl!son has se'd for Thomas H. Kyle
to Mrs. Kate Oliver No Z33 West t'orty-r..nth-s:..
a three-story dwelling bouse, on !<n :»;100.5 feet.
Fleck Brown & Tea. Ir. conjunction with Charles
Ferlin lave cold for Packtman A Levin, bu'l-.lers,
to Abraham Cohn No. ?)7 to 2.1 East nth-et..
two six-story Qathousea r. n plot 72.5t1C33 f.-et.
Bedell Brother* bare so!<1 to a Mr. W»- n>f n th*>
plot 7jxloj t. ct. at tho northeast corner o* Bata
rate-avo. »n<l One-hon«lred-an4-«sventy-flith-st.
Frank B. Walker tias re-o.d to Charles Wynne
No. S .". Southern llou.ovard. a flve-etory r'.athouse,
on tot 25x90 f t. _ t ,
Max J. Kl- in h.n bought from Julius D. Tobias
NOl 1C and l.»>o'> Batß*ate-ave.; two four-story
ttncnii-nt ko-.re*. on r'-ot 75x93 feer^^A'Jolph Kron
encold was tn» broker. . ! -]L' ■■_
Prank V, Walker ha? soM to M. L.- & C. Err.st
nr.l Charges Wynne. respectlTety, No? >3i and S:5
Bouthetn BouUvard. tv.o Qve-story fiathouses. each
o:; ; lot ;.'\i*> (c t.
OrmUton & McCormack have scld to Harser.
Dworkowltz ft Haber No C-7t to 973 Southern Boule
var.l. thrtfl fOUT-itorj tlathouses, on p!of. 86X1H-2X
I." I. Brown's Sons bave> foM for Theodore J.
Cha' ot a ; lot ot ■"!sht> en lots, 1 ounded by One-hun
tfred-and-flfty-flrst nni On -hundred-and-flfiy-seo
or.d sts. and Wales and Tinton ayes.
AUCTION SALES^TO DAY.
Br rr\an L Kennelly: *7 Stnn?>n-»t. i t (o Orch
ard Bt* 7s >'x; 5 t:.r»e tl Btorj ten hs an 1 stores; ex»<-ut. r's
sale;;tSß and IBS Nortoik-st. 3 c cor Sianton-gt. si>xs7: 6
ntcrv t»n D. with stores: exeentor*a s;ile: 8H S3J-«. » ?.
V) f: w < f p«rkuv. 19x102.2: •« s! ry 3 f d»; h; «*
tutors •.■;••• y.i<-<?r; O>-unty. L»cdge-a^e. n w cur C'cean
avr. Oeeanus l';irk. Roekaway Heach. a plot, Mxlto; one
half latexMt: •lecutot'a ?»:•: estate of J C"!^en. Jec'd;
2'.^' 4- tii-s" » «. -41 s •". c of StV.-av*. Jl.Tift* V. 4 story
fl (r aimlnt'^ritQr'j 'al<" 119 tr:uh-*t. 9 ». lO.«U fl » of
M-ave. tij.<j7x> t s.iUi>;.v»''\-'>: I story f dwg *: voluntary
6a<e.
By Chart*a A li'rr'.si: 31 «* 44 Jack!k:>n-st. n « cor
Cherry- it lnix""- n\-; .*> svry tk ten h»; Calher;ao Me
n.at.n bki' Kats Browsing et al; J A Carney, a:ty; \V V
Turner, ret: partll.^n.
AUCTION SALE 3 YESTERDAY.
Cy Joseph P. Pay: l»th-st. No 49. ns. :I3 ft n of
6th-ave. l'J lxt>:. five story brick flatbouae; Max Bore*
«st L A Ltabesktod uwl ano; L jc A U Zir.'.ve, attys;
Warren Leslie, r>-r: amt <lu.\ H.Z*l 33: taxes, et--.
11.171; ar>M subject to a mortgage ff>r $3j.u00: aJ-
J.>ura>-il ti Novrml.fr 3 St Faul's Place, n » cor
<"rot."!iii Place 1x95.8x50x54.J ft; '- J Brirkelmaler
»Bt E A M.iy et al: Jam*-* K»arney. atty: T .1 i. M ■
Munu<. rt-f; a:>;t tiu-. JiM? 6S; tea, etc, Sl.fioO; to
Claries X Faruol>> for J.'.fli'V Concord-aye, s n cor
14Tth--<T i;oxlO'i tt. c.jrn»r Tixl^O ft; to Lnals Fes»ler
fur $ 7 . *:j; southerly liatf I" Wll'.Uin* 4: t;p>dgln»ky
for 13.i:5 Part-:-iiv.-. «s. »3.1 lft aof I49th-st. II. «x
1H.3X53. Jx110.1 ft: J H Staples ust J A n~ler at al.
il 51 C^llyer. any; Arthur Hurst, ref; partition; to
Frana Torek f->r tr-.ij'j.
By Jame.t !.. WeJla: ISTth-st. N->. 717. n 9, 54.3 ft
c wiiit-avc, v, Ixloo. three rtonr brick direiltiiK bou •;
1. B Wallace u«t A M Scheming <" 1 a >: Hamilton .4 H.
atty«: M S Gmterman. r> f : -unt '!ue, $7,504 !*:; tain,
etc. M 44; adjourned to October 11
Uj Parish Fisher. Mooney & Co : Jd-ave. No 4,0;;
to 4.^3«. n c ••.r 174tti-«t. f? t"rt' If 'x»3 IXIOO. threw
flvo .«tory l.rlck tenements: Title Uuaraniee amt Trust
Company anil ano apt S M An-ierson tt al; Fletcher.
McC A B, attys; c \V Hartridce, ref; amt due. |87.«
l!'i SJ; ta\?», etc, J.'S3 73 ; Withdrawn.
NEW BUILDING PLANS.
"th-avc, w b. between Ili>th ani UOth 8t«: f->r
two itx ctor> tTlsk fl:tthouce« ar.il hti res. 100.11
x.mi; M Welnsteln, o»n«; O V Pclbam, archi
><■ • $130,000
E>dcecombe-aTa, « 220 rt n of l."i't!i-st; for tiro
(Ix st<>ry briik fl.u!i"U?es, B4hct>7; L A Llebsa-
Kln.l. owner; <"• r Pelham, architect .. 104.000
St Nicbolaa Place, c a. 2^5 ft n of '.r.'th-at: for
tWO Mx story brick flathousos. C"x"'7: LA
l.l«b*fkind. owner; O F Pelham. rrchildct .... 101.000
2Oth-Bt. No 31S to 523 Kast; fur a five story brick
school an.i .iall in un«. 7- v.-, th» Be* i: 1*
Southwell, p»bt; r M Pi i !■■ * t>. architects.. €5.e00
S^'l-ct. No* 20H tinJ 211 Weat; for a t:i:en story
It!i k public library, 35.7x»«.2. New-York Pub
lic Library. o«r»r. Carrtre & Ha?u:u;a archt
leets 60.000
Ler.-.y-^t, yea >>: and 68; for ,i two story brick
ruUic library, 14.4x05.6; N'ew-Ycrk rui>!:.: T.l
hran owner; C.trrere cS Ha-tlng^. :irch!t«cts. ... C5.0U0
HM-st. n c. -i.'.i ft c of Hth-uve. and 14.^1-»:. n a.
tSi ft • Ol Bth-are: fur two one sti>o' brtclj
Ft. r\it» biilMlr.trs. SSxfO; Newir.ao & Jacobs.
owners; J Hanser. architect 6.000
14-ttb~*t a s, li' ft W ot I^nos-ave; f.ir four
fly« etcn- orlck Oathoiuea. n7.r x >7.i!; I ■ 11
Maj«r. owners; Neville & r.Hege, architects 152.000
RECORDED MORTGAGES.
L*i"zl«:. istdor. to Maria Rnthbard: llth-rt. Noa
i..":: bjv\ .V.5 Ka«t; - mortgaj-es; prior i-.ortj-aiies.
152.i ■ 3 y<urs; 0 p>r ctnt; tath fi.ft'O
Shatzkin. Abraham, to William \V O'm'-an and
ano; Lotl G ami H. nup \V F Duncan. \Vi!l
lair.sbrtJse; U years; 0 ver c*nt • SW
Sara* to tame: lot I. same mnp; 3 years; 0 ttr
ttnt ■ 100
De Luca. Alexander, to E^hralm T< Ij<-\-j. lot tC
map A'an Nefi i'ark; 1 year; 5 p.r nut SOO
:•■'-.;.. r. Abraham, and un^. to Amnri^aa
i".-: 'i i',e Company; P*rk-*Te, NO3 l.'l'.i'Z yttJ
1.354; o years: 5 ptr cent ."tT.CCO
Same to Lolls t.vse; same property; prior mort
gage, $3;. 000; ci:e November 1. IU04; 0 per cen'. 5,f.00
Uorpb!; James l\ t>i Henry Ratteafrld: !?t-uve.
c 8. 2S.u f: n cf 63&-«t: 5 year*: .% p« r c^n: ICOCO
aria hugfnt. to li« njatntn stem; 71st-st. No
:;::3 \V. ; ii . 3 years; 4 i-er cent H.OOO
R(*eh!ll. Realty Corporation to ArmTiran Mort-
Ka«o Company : "lsi-rt. n 3. - 0 ti w „r lst-ave;
1 year; 5 per cent 2<1.000
Grace. Mary T C. t<> Mutual Life Inauranoe r<jm-
Piiny; t;.h-a%e. Nos 111 ansl lln; n c «or !>l.j-3C.
Nos 71 airi "3 ... K.OOO
Pollak. Samuel, anil nno. to Lawyers' T:t!» insur
ant': Lu*n^any; Heory-St, n a cor Scammel-si; 5
years : X pet ri nt 60.000
rowell. Henry, an>i ana to Her.ry Kru u-.r, trcrtee;
I3«ti ■i. n i. l-: ; ft • nf AloxaaLK-r-ave; c;io
Jriu:ary 1. IJUS; 9 for cen: . . 29.000
rol'.ak. Eareaei, ani an--. tu Jacob Ft*ch«l: Ucbtj
st. No i^;. Ntn t c«r Seamm. l-»t; al».» llPnry-.»».
No 25J; pi tor mo:tsaj(e. *«.- ■.• ■■ "l^tnanJ: •< p«r
cent SCO 'i
Kslrr.an. Davl.t S. to Isaac M Witt; Bth-*v».
No i.<iT3; prior nwfcgas 1-*.1 -*. MLM'U; 1 soar; tt
per cent I.OCO
Klnsote. Nel.la K. to Ti.l- fJuarar.tee find Trust
■.un.nany; li>ltt,-st. No S.iT W«t.." 14. Xl<>
Weizel, Sophl . to Geinan c-avir.p- B.mk: lUst
st. sa. 151. 0 ft ( of St Ann'a-ave; 1 jesj-f-i'i
p»re«i»; ... 12.300
I* kowkz. ?imcn. to Yorkviiie Hcal;y Ooiepaay;
W.h-st, Na 41^3 to 111 Uast; >> mortcss«k; in
ttaJmtnta; c. owe ceu:- -«.:i.. 10.210
Otten. Uo.a. ani an executors ani tn«a*«. la
Till" ijuaranie..' an.l Trust Company; i oiJr.ibuj
ave. Kea Ua anri ;.<i: eacfl ... I2,(x;o
Orucr. Mar-, C. lEdivMualy arul as mtevrtx. to
James Orace; ntn-a-e. NO3 U4 and 118; 1 year;
• 5 D>>r <-em tt.iVO
tatMj. lio.-c, to Peter lUiws; Newetl-ove, -v s,
'-"■ ft sof Ellia,eih-et; 3 yeaia; .*. p«r cent.... 2,^00
Saltier. Lima. 1.0 Trea.T. re Hu^lc u.n<J i*t;a;
Ju;Unn*-st. • w cor EUI :tt-«ve 4.000
Ets. Frederick, to New-York Savin** Baak: Sth-
«nS.*J» »• »■■» « n of 2Cth-st. •••»••-- to.ooo
FW»hhauer. (,la. to Anthony I Ann 'a- «th-?».
So ■"•ll (mortgage on '.he novae oal;.|; 3 year;;
.'• rvr ■■•:.t ... I 330
Ertvlericii. Mary A. to A.i.Mr* '3 HupfcJ; Jstomel
**••■. ■ \» cir Burn*tde-ave: prliir nioryai".
*L3.i.n.) ; instalments: ."> ISf cent.. 4.500 1
Ktordan, Daniel J. to Matthew Mc.Nerr.ora; WUt
f-t. No 104 Weii; prHr inortsaje. ili.ijoj- 3 i
year*; fi r>..r «nt «,SCO !
Tr-'mont iiaptist Church to New- York City Eami-rt .
Mission lety; Tremont-avo, » a. '£3.1 ft » 3 of
An:hi>ny-ave; 10 years: s rt l>i »-. 00t>
s-au-.* ;o Dora Smith; sin- pr-p«»rt3" tj.ta
Ualcobn. Thomas I>. to Ea«t Riv»t .^.iViriKS Injtl
tuti.r.: Jl.lrose-ave. s *v cor 160tb-st; 3 ?«arj
414 percent -.._; .' 43,000
Hathauay, Anna, to Esteilp f 1 ay lor; ti'-st. No
'■4K West: 3 years; S jwr cent 2PO>»
llayer. Isaac, and an., to I'm -;i« Ls>w>nf»' t d an.i
mo: 133.i-st. n a. I'-'I II * of Mr. :iv», I year
•l t*r cent * 14.000
Hlrsch, L*on M. to Title 'Guarantee and Trust
'"omrany; uuh-st. IfeUEM 20.000
rja:?, Henry, an.l aco to Lawyers* T!;> Insurance
Compam ; 3Mh-it. ■ s. 2744 it c of Sth-ave; S
••ats; -»'j p*r rent 3,300
Rollins, Walter C. to Title Guarantee and Trust
Ccrarsny; HUhbtKiee Ki>aJ, a <• enr Jerome-uve;
also L>r-,;.:-i-av. . a w cor toad f:xjm .nam
L'opot to HistbrU^e 12.0(H> !
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
lloth-st. n a, 3^f. ft « of 31-ave. n.xlOM.Il: r.=n
- sun <~ajgil! to the balva'ion Army; tnortj;ns<\
SI3.CCO *._ JISSIO
Wlliiam-st. Xi "''l. «• s. £4.6x<>4..'»c22.1x'>«.10;
R:b«rt C Sands to John X Rs«a. ail :\V. I.'JOO
lOth-st. No IS? East, runs ■ c 23.4* n » 7Ds n w
7f>: John f O'R^l'ly to C»ther!na Elip.;er: morT
=a?e. Jl2.C»<: o o an.l A ICO
ISTth-ft. No 323 V/e-it. 18x02: Mar-, i: Doax t>
.1 C Stevens; mortcas*. $10 iiOrt; n <• nd 100
MTth-rt. No 418 W«st. 2Ux<M).ll: Jacob Lasa!is
to Jul!a Air;, mortgage Ms.o»>: o c and.. tOO
a>th-!t. N-. Ma to 417 Kaat. 300x1065: V rkvtUe
Realty Company to Simon LeflcoTritz: rr.ort
?a?i?<i. jm.iirti; n 0 an.i 100
13uth-st No SO V»>«t. 2T.xlOO.ll: Jv-v, K.i?s to
Samuel Ije^erer; mortises. $22.n0r. : o c and 100
Inttrva'.e-ave. No 1 60S, c- a. 21.7x100; Walter J
Dean to Ar.ni? Miller Nominal
Inter va!e-ave. No i.icj. i a 21 «xl<V); Wak:« J
Doan to Theresa A Ryna an 1 another Nominal
Jorrme-ave. a »• corn«T Eurr.?iil«^ave. r ..".a w
227. Ux a 3>>x • — x c 7C.S: Martin G«isz:er to
Adolph G llupfe-1; rnortirage. $10.0n0 . ... Nodical
Same pr->- --rry : Acl-!ph G Hupf#l to Mary A
Brcnierlck; tnortcage. 510.000; ,j r- anj .. ICO
"lst-s-t. No 3.T5 West, 1.ir.102.2: B€r.jamln ?tfra
to Eu^eu-? Lewis; o c and 100
74th-st. n a, 2i)3 ft ■ of MaiHswiwivt. 1».t*x102.3:
Pamuel W Kora to Jenni. 1 Kara: o c an'l 100
3.2-av». w .-. 12T. ft a ol IS3J-st. 2.^xl2i>: Gases*
Schrank « a! t» Joseph SchifTer; rr.«rtjas f '.
$12 Ci"H> Nominal
131st-st. No 12 West. IS. 4x04. 11; Jennie S Simon
'<< Moses Dsektßger; rv.^-tsa^e. $7.500 12.300
Sam« property: BMmunrt Wr'.sht. trustee, to
same, q 1: mortgase. $7.500 Ncir.inal
Same rrcp*-rty: M<^vs r>»rViaa;»r to Jos«pl; Deck-
Inarer; mortgase, $7.300.... Nominal
133d-st. No 161 Wen. 2.1x00.11: B»rtha GolJ«ela
to John Moran; mortgage. $19,230; o c an:l M 0
Chatham Sauar*. No 1". n s. 2nxSoxl&.loxSo:
mortsas*. ,$l\t)0O; lSlst-st : a. 23 ft < of An
dnt-'-'n-nvp. Tallin »rT»*nl»r. H part: mort
(rape, $12,000; Samuel Vcllroan to Minnie VoU
man: oc and -• 100
143d-st. s s. 166 ft w of Lenox-ave. 41.8x00 11:
Abraham Roth and another to Joseph Roaea
t'.a!: m^rtga--'-. 511 W. o c and tOO
tOirt-.;. No MM West. 23t100.11; Matthew Mr-
Narr to Daniel J Riorcan: mortgage. $13,000;
o c aod -•• ■ 100
104th-3t. 3 a. 132 ft w of West En-i-av«. ITx
IWI 11 .\n«!» B Shaw to NelUe F K:lg=r«.
o c and 100
. Trsnicr.t-iive. St.s t. -23 1 ft i « of AttV>3T-a v «w
I —1 s I^6x « w 104.2 x— : Notc-T^rk Ht»
1 Baptist Mission Society to the Tromont r*&t!»t
Church 23.000
Bth-avs. No 2.453. w a. 2.1 r.xlOO: Henrietta, Kahn
to Martin fn^rtch: mortrai;-* $20.000 100
i Sth-ave. No £.0131 w s. 25.6x100; Isaac M Witt
to David 5 Kalraan: mortgage. $34,500; a c and 100
i::M-.«t. n <■ 100 ft « of »th-ave. aHM.IS; Ptncus
Loweitfetd and another to Isaac Ma\er s>a>l »a
oth»r; morttraee. one-halt of $67.5C0; o c ar«l... 100
; runt-are, Ncs 1.472 and 1.474. c s. 50x134.9
I xSOxl.'O: Henry Breuaich. executor and trusts*.
to M ..-: Kronovet »ad another; mortgage.
$22 061 ■ • 38.300
Real Estate.
Money to Loan on
Bond & Mortgage
This Company aids all classes
of mortgage borrowers to secure
promptly and cheaply, advantageous
mortgage loans.
ThlE GUARANTEE
andTRUST COMPANY
C* pit s\Vp"lls. 59,C00,000
146 Broadway. New York.
175 Remsen Street. Brooklyn.
&lanuf rs Branch. 198 Montague St.. B'klyc
City Property to Let.
FOR RENT
New American Basemen!
Dwellings
Absolutely Fireproof
MOS. 22 TO 52 W. 74TlTsT.
Vr» r»»Menee» hn» «»er b»«n offered tyr
rental m New York City comparing; with th»e»
tn construction, equivalent, appointments and
detail.
They bave been destrned and bailt with the
careful attention to details of construction
Ctv*D only to th* hlsrsest claw nausea bollt f»f
private ownership. Booklet sent ou application
Size 25v**5x102.3.
FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT.
Ttee* boosts ar» readY far tnspectioa.
CAKCIAKER AT NO. 15 WEST 74TU ST.
For particulars lnautre at
CLARK ESTATE
Corner of SJth Street. No. 2331 Broadway
City Property for Saie.
DOWN-TOWN PLOT,
Facinz on Two Prominent Streets,
CONTAINING 7.200 SviL'ARE I Et.T.
RULAiND a WHITING CO.,
5 IlTckmaa Street.
City Property for Sale or to Let
PRIVATE BOUSE FOR BALE OR TO RENT. 121tt-m
I.XT. 101 U. SMJ
Country Property fur Hale.
FOR 30 few* wr bin sold
COUNTS fhUPKn b:*LY.
I'tuuluc Vie* t • uil.aune buyer*!
Om>.>, wishinc to »»11. call or write!
Phillip* A Meats, H3Z Tribune BuilJins. N. T
A\ORi<lS COL'NrV, N. J.
roi: sam*.
One of the largest an j be« appotnteti : i<> .- la eh!»
■ecu.n; vm «crt-^. richly »«.ni»a: l,u ;■ huutr. in every
v.ay inoJxiu. uLx-ut :ut iix>:r-; r.cw suwi>: v co;[ae«-.. a
trttnhoutc: cn'-> I m.nutca f;xm the staison. Apply t»
FEASS it hl-UIJiAN. *«♦ Uibetiy h:.. N. Y.
.11 i(iNKl.i>- Stata ■ 4 minutes' walk; ISI
Druce*A\e. ; tiow; 1- roon:s. Uuadtj. SvO.eioum. a batha.
tbbwtr. 3 toilets; hct wa".»r ht-at, cas tri:n. 3 : ar.;«l»,
bl«n elais p:u;-;ibir.g. tile bcth .tor. rocmy porcbts: ta».
elnt.: vi.» ; use lawns, ltK<*lw>: Uw» teel from Van Cort-
Ui.uv I'^rk. *J>. «'. .-lau^ri. K'^iih »t.. lj r.iinu..**.
irait.» ail nsh;. trolly :\n.l suawaj uear. mo!i;v.'«i
t>aij,r.:ii; term* ea^y; UJPdCt any ttaic. Alight rent.
C. W. tUMUC. Ovruer. T4 Wall Sc. N. Y.
I>IVE] SIDE COVN-->ai... attractive ros.i!en<-e : cort-
V vtnicr.tes; f.r.e »«"*•: rear «i?p«t and v v ■.-: ■■ ciua
AiWAlEtt. Owner, ii Uherty-it.
BrooU^n Property or Sale.
B. — -fan:uy :i-A«; UuuL,l e imj ro\«ments. 5
. -,oa. a o.
\ Li EJ«.TISJSJ»iNTrf and nUarttKfccai for Tha Tribune
•*■*■ '"*■•* xo l.an DRCA w\y
Adverttoemeßa *-,ll bt rrcii.e. a t ;.e to;:o».ai branch
».. ..i- :
354 M.i-a%e. s. c. coy. t«.-»t .: 1.3 ■ th-ave.. cor! Kih-.-t.:
tC Ba*J » !ti "- s!t - i.,;"J ,{■",,?• be t**ea JUI an>l fta
avea.; 3 4 Wt»t U t'-*i-- *•*«• U-a.e . between '.< th an
;;th *t»-; ';'-_■ .""..Uv^'jf". v 'U l - V" '■• v*u * !*--»•«•. e^-»
<u;h-»v: » 57 Has- t .--' t i l -;. st V, 13 - Cr« a».nt-a'.e. ; »50 3d
a.e.. neir «i* w 'i t r_~* TvSiV ** Chrt»tojae»-ai.
Brooklyn N. T. — Court-el.; 21S Co«»v»u
Unfurnished Apartment* to Let.
Ok Ittaffison Square
37ttidbNj|vcnuc
A BJCiJera •»***■**' Apartment Hovsa sat
Apartment Hotel of the highest class.
F^uts UadiA.3 Si.uw. v. :•_.-.;. * f«w scutes*
walk of the bos: shtpa ana tn-atres, and easily
£scea»ti>!e to all tar: principal transit systems.
Housekeeping Apartments.
ft Rootoa a- Data. *"..!><» to HOP*.
7 Rooms ana BUk, KM to COW.
IncttfcC&ji iaßJiu &ad Heat.
Hoc-ITous-.kcepiiig Apartmeat*
2 Kccins »ad E»t*». <".m» to ti.oca
3 Hooms anJ Bat.X SUM i.. H.400L
4 r.ooms and 2 Baths. *i.coo to i ran.
Ir.cluJlr.s l~tr.il. iieat. *na ban-ice.
Larger Suites at Proportionate Price*
An attractlr* around floor eiHem of 2 or 3 I
Rooms. su'.taole (at a ciiy.-ician.
A general d'.nir.s room for the convenience, of
alt tenant.* is provided, and arrangements cms also
t>« mail* to h->.\t n-.eais served In th«» apartments—
both housekeeping atui housekeeping. For •»
formation apply at
OFFICE ON THE PREMISES,
a-..- hour, day or ever
Th» Souse win fc« 'under the management at
S. W. MAIHEWSOB, JB.,
Resident Alacager.
JUST COMPLETED).
BEADY FOR OCCUPAHCT.
Georgean
. Court,
SOUTHWEST CORNER
6GTH ST. AM)
CENTBAL PARK WEST.
This now structure is
the masterpiece of modern
high class apartment
house architectare.
Beauty, Comfort and Ltcrnrr
are most cogently a*«>mpliflA
SUITES OF 8 TO 13
BOOHS, 2 AND 3 BATHS.
Large foyer reception hall
and Butler's pantry met*
conveniently arranged.
Booklets seat ea sppllcattoa.
SLAWSOII & HOBBS,
284 Columbus ay.. or. 73d at.
DAtLT * CARLSON.
Owners «ad BulMer*.
The
Patterson
APARTMENT HOTEX.
58 West 47th St.
A modern hotel, with strictly
£r*t-c!ass service and erasing
catering to family custom only.
A few desirable Apart.-ncnU
to rent from October L
American plan.
A. I. FATTtRSONL
I A few CHOICE and I
DESIRABLE SUITES
of Apartm«nta may be had Is) |
EUCLID HALL
eßOJioiiir. west side, "
85th to 8S1I) Sis.
APPI.T TO
Slawson & Hobbs.
Mem
284 Columbus Aye.
OR StrrEI' INTEND ON PIUCXISM.
MENDELSSOHN BUILDING
BACHELOR APARTMENTS
An tarn finest apaxtsicsus of bbH caaracter ts Sew Tar*
«lty.
They cecsist of two »nd three rooms with bath.
The rental cf these apartments includes alsuuia gst.
heal and the car* cf the ssjHSB
Several are aval'.abtr for rsstal from October SVSt.
Apply on premise*. 113 West esth St.. or %s
THE CLARK ESTATE,
S2SI BROADWAY.
HUH CLASS APARTMENTS
FOR BENT.
TV* have a few Mgh -class apartaasrts) Ist til* ssast
desirable hoiuws fn th» oltj **>r reat from October Srst.
All modern tmproveriient*.
For particulars apply ta
THE CLARK ESTATE,
:&u iIKOADV.AV.
Ardea. > 7 Rooms i-.d Bath.
I!. 33 West I2ta St. \ Convenlsat. t^Rlect^
Eucny. wuaet. Near Buaiaasa Sectlaa. tTj>--*.t Tj >--*.
sora«:lr Appointed. Correct Service.
THE BELLA,
Comfortable ajart:uecij. t. and < rooms and bats):
ceniially lociteil lor suoyp.n*. •tre, etc. Rents
Jl. •;•>!> 10 li.>«v>. Apply ua sj^i-nnt nu-n: on sreiaiseav
or .uVKU-N *V. i:«li..>VoN. Broi»a"*i>. Br * mls **
lii WtIST ilTrf ST. ■
CuiMine; renovated, ucw plar.ib.n^; elevator, electrlo
Estate: t«Uphonc». tMMH up: itjKi for jr.. or two
Jt or.
SWANNANOA.
OT«rlooiai.| Lnici! c^uare. Ntk tAb 13U» St.
A!! !.«ht fji-as: modfl nunenta; 3. .'» ** I rooma
a ■.
I' rank L. t'i»U«r Co., 444 Columboa .Vv».
151-161 EV<T 31ST »T — H>a^aiM ftparbMnH •
rownia and i'a-.h; *\ery i.T|»iov«u:«nt. MO.
APASTSKNTi TO Ut — rhoroacrtly ererh«3l»d.
-pen a!l imr>i...*..:en:». a.i. beat ana hoc
km; se.en ■\t:a .a:r<- well !.gr>t*Ti rocosa. Jla-t 6*
en-. ii> h^ *pp-ectatf.i n»it *«H .0 -"> '• *„»>- J»nitftr,
"t 1 * TTest I>m:>> «.. n-j'.r Bmadway. ore tine's from S«b-
< itrjf Property to Lei.
AIuRKIVIOWN. N. J.
to ikt-ox tr.nr.ir hu.
on* mil* frcn- *t*t oa. ot.«- a!f mi:« from Coatdfle% MM
•oi jgi.. fifteen ioon> •»••?!. newly fvrr!-»\e.;. w!t<» e»W»
«nt.<le;n lirp.uve:rent. < Ity wata*>. ••<•■». e!eet-te tlc-it*. Hi
•I,^m par >«a>. f'-rr-^ncU. ataU 1* $2»». If waatsi.
PE.VS.B » HIHW. N» 43 CBg%«i
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