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H .' ' THE SUNt TUESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1891
Ip CUANGED HIS RESOLUTION.
KXTKXHtOX COMMITTEE HCOJtKli
jir the ttKi: nn. jiomxaox.
n Tells tlae rreafcrtery that tlae Cinmlt.
leela s Failure Helpta Feeble 4.'fcarele
-nelmates Heeled to Attend (he Hraoa.
Some member of tho Committee) on Clinrch
Extension changed a resolution offered by Ilr.
ChntlesH. Itoblnson at tlio last mectlnir of the
I'rrahytery, so thnt tlio cnmmlltee named dm
"urgently advised' And not "directed " liy the
Presbytery tn itivr. assistance to the New York
l'rrstijlerlan Church, nf which t)r. Itoblnson U
pastor. Yesterday the I'reshytery held r meet
Iiik: In the First t'rrsbytcrlaii Church, Klftli
avenue nml Klevrnth street. Dr. Itoblnson wa
prrsrntnnd lay In wait for the committer. Not
only did ho censure Its member for non -attend-I
alien At mcelltiK of the l'rrsbylery, but lie
I criticised ,lho member who chnmrcit the form of
J tho risntutlon. He strurk out right anil left
I until ho aroused the lr of Dr. William Merle
H smith, who answered htm rather sharply, while
I Dr. V. At. Martin salt! ho m reAily At any
p time to resign. Dr. Hnhlnson ticer censed tn
barns I lie members of tho committee until he
I iml on hi silk hat ami left the church.
U Afteritcvntlonal exercises In the morning; the
retiulitr session nttencd. Dr. ltobert Itusscll
n Hoolh was chosen .Moderator, lie In turn np-
imlntifl Dr. (Inirico Alexander. VKe.. Moderator.
i The Hev. J. J. Ijiiik) was elected leuipornry
I Tho trustees of the Presbytery reported that
g tho ('anal Street Presbyterian Church, which as
an organization was now dissolved, had trans
ferred to tho Presbytery certain irocrty In
Orccne street vnluel at $80,000, n gift of tleorge
lirlllnril, from whom a lease was held In per.
)etulty. This lease, toccther with other rights
of iniierty, was subsequently purchased from
tlio heirs of tho donor, ily recourse to a fund
left by the late Klllott K. Shepard, an ofllcv
k building wilt bo erected on tho ground, which
will yield an Income of Sll.UOO n year.
I Dr. Hohlnson arrayed himself first against Dr.
E I'nrkhurst. The Madison Square Prcshjtcrlnn
H Church sought to establish a mission in the
I I Church of Sea and Land, which was unable to
rm-el expenses nnd hail to discontinue regular
I services. Dr. ltotilnson said it was illegal to
J I "degrndo a sovereign church Into a mission,"
9 and In his opinion It was doubtful whether the
trustees of the church had agreed to the trans
fer " under pressure of circumstances or circum
stances nf pressure." A tho lease was to lie
held by the .Madison Square Church forono year
only, the Presbytery decided to make the trans.
I fer. Dr. Itnblnson was tho only man who voted
1 In the negative.
Dr. Itamsay of the Harlem Presbyterian
1 H Dinrch was Chairman of a committee which
had in charso the investigation of the conilltlon
m f tho Kast Harlem Presbyterian Church, In
Kast llUtli street. His rejsirt recommended
" f that the Presbytery direct tho Committee on
. Clerical Kxtenslon to pay for the completion of
I the structure, and t lint it lie made ready foroc-
; I ciipniiry befure winter.
J j Dr. Patterson, who Is pastor of the church,
7 said thnt the population east of Madison avenue,
1 f-nni Klghty-slxtli street to moth, street, was
, i'0:i.H4H souls, and thnt the Presbyterian Church
bad but one cnngregutlon in the territory. In
" the snmo area lying to the west of Central Park
t lliere was a iHipulatlon of 70,000. with ten
t churches, and property valued nt $'.'.000,00(1.
I i J!echiir.icterlxcdthelialf.ltilshed church.whlch
Is worth $17,000, as an "unennny advertise
ment of Presbyterian generosity."
This was the opportunity for.whlch Dr. Robin
( son waited. According to his views, tho Church
a. Kxtrnsliin Committee was n falluro because tlio
I chief men. such as Morris K. Jestip. and Me.
I r !. Inlay and Van Orden, never attended a
i i- meeting of tlie Presbytery nnd heanl of the ac-
ffl&t tlonsof the body only through tho Secretary of
I tho Hoard. "Directed" was the wont used
I when his resolution was passed at the last
5 meeting, but on looking over the minute ho
1 found that the wonts "urgently advised" had
I been substituted.
I , Dr. Wylle confessed that ho had thought It
nest to modify tho wording of the resolution.
Dr. William Merit Smith defended the commit-
I lee. For mim time the Presbytery wrangled
over the rliangi, and llnally decided to substi
V special committee on theclstslflcntlon of
trustees reKrtd that, owing to tlie exceptional
lint u-r granted to tho New York Presnucrj In
1ND7, the lioily could have ten trustees. Instead
of n. ne. ana Dr. llownrtt Duftleid wa elected
the tentli trustee.
Dr. (J.W.K.lilrch. Chairman of the Committee
on Itviiovoleiiee, reported that the total contri
butions for the present yenr, ending in April,
amounted to $!)W,4U..un, an excess over last
) caret? Sln.(i:n.4l. '
An diction wn held for delegates to tho
General Synod, which will meet In the First
Presbyterian Church. Ten ministers and ten
elders were elected, with alternates. The
It. H. nooth. C. H. Ntoddanl. S. I). Alexander
O. W F. Ulich. George Alexander, John Hall
'. P. Mallery, J. C. Tiwrie, II. u. Wylle, .1.
Chambers. Alternates: Howard Duftleid, F. K.
Voegelln, J. II. Hundley. II. U. Miller. J. F.
Forbes, A. P. A. Atterbury, J. C. Bliss, A. W.
' llulsey. J. It. Kerr. C. 11. Parkhur!.
Kldcis: T. 11. Melg. W.J. Walker. J. Kloane,
11. t . Amermiin, C. M. Jesiuti. K. S. Clark, t8. II.
llde. II. P. I. Milium, C. C. fciavnge. J. C. llrown.
Alternates: II. .laffray. It. Druramond. J. W,
Allen. Adam Campliell. F. Illume. E. H. Fay. O.
II. Uivkwood, .1. McWilllams, W. Campbell,
CAS'T IMPORT A VJtOl'XUTT MAX,
twretar-r Carlisle Order Daly Has Kill.
i ott DBrie.
Secretary Carlisle gave his final decision yes-
terday In the case of Henry W. ElllotU the prop-
f erty man who came to this country on Aug. SO
i under contract to work for Augustln Daly at
I his theatre. The Secretary orders that Klllott
Jj ho sent liack to Knglaud.
Klllott had been In New York about three weeks
' when a complaint was made by tho Theatrical
i Protective Vnton that his tmirtatlon was a
violation of the alien contract labor law. On
t-ept. 18 Klllott was entered deported,
j, and wn arrested nnd taken to Kills
; l!and, where he has since been detained.
His case meanwhile was appealed to the Kecre
j i tnry of the Treasury. It was contended that
5 Klllott was an artist, and some model thnt be
had made were brouirht forward In proof. The
Iin. at Issue, however, was whether a pniperty
' ' .nasi, as such, is an artist. Tho Secretary's de-
clslonon this point! that he is "neither an ac
tor nor an artist."
i ..'; '""hut. who Is a pleasant-mlced young
KnglUbman. has lieen made as comfort
S.Vi1.' ! V""8!' -'--rlim his two weeks' stay at
Kill Island, and a good deal of frewlnm has
be.'ii alloweil him In his movements. He ha
made, a few trips to the city, but always with a
lilue-eonteil and hrass.buttnned official, and he
5 hnslKM-4iH-rnilttitoseohls friends whenever
H h he liked. hen at Ids meals, however, which be
S i takes at the restaurant on the Island, he Is ae.
8 I rompanleil by an insiiector. All of the officials
fi I have come to know lilm and they all feel eorrV
B F forhlin. '
I Mr. Klllott refused to say anything about the
1 f matter yeterday. except that It was a test case.
I J "d thai If anything more could lie done about
! ! '.' It would Imi done, by his lawyer, Varren W.
. I I roster of S!l llrondway,
J Mi-. Daly is in Iloston.
fMAYa UK II A, I'Ol'Xl) TROUIH.T,
Helta Now Likely, II la Tnouabt, lo Oat
IPkiitii Ambov, N. J.. Dct. I.- John H.Heltx
of Detroit sent word to Counsellor Hommann of
this city this morning that he had found Wil
liam 1). Trombly. It Is now believed that all
Iwrrlers to N- tx entering Into possession of one,
half of Charles R Chauvin'a property In the
sulnirlw of Detroit lmelsen removed.
TUf r'x-Jt V JK Property rejted In the
C jalldlty of adel which Trombly gave In IfiOO.
It was not reconled until after ('hauvin's death.
It was of no value unless the grantor was living.
. , Tkurb.r WliyUaa (';,
' Andrew Klrkpatrlck and Thomas Held, tlis
r elver of the Thurber Whyland Company,
f wholesale grocers, appltnl to the Supreme Court
yesterday for their dlschargu a receivers of the
company In this State, and for permission to
I t urn over the assets to themselves as receivers
J appointed by the New JerMiv courts for dlstri-
i button under direction of the latter. The matter
k Sii "V '!'.'" '!. ,or. hearing cm the C'th lnt.
t V'elr Afttdavlt state that tho total clalmi
I ..n.visl new $800.000, of which $700,000 have
been ussigned to tho reorganization company.
1 he assets were sold for $000,000 to the new
i company. . ..
Business men read
i THE SUN. When you
to otter, It It be worth
p considering, you will be
sure of responses from
f 'hose who are both in-
I .elllgcnt and reliable If
' jLaHteK yu Pit an advertise
-gHfe ment f It '" THE SUN.
We Have Them..
It vfM commendable ontorpriso
in a niorcJirtnt tailor to advertisa
thnt ho had n " cornor " on tho now
Bronze and Havana
shades bo popular now with Lon
doners. Ho should linvo mado an excep
tion of ub, howovor, for wo linvo
thoin in tho most dosirnblo cloths,
mndc tipviu singlo-broastod sack
suits, at about one-hnlf tho price
of tailor-to-ordor giinnonts.
C 0(t ClolWng,
""wbb"-' Hats& Shoes,
279, 281 and 283
BROADWAY, . fcbstrs8.&
Sat'sfscti'on guaranteed or money returned.
M1IS. MEl'llll A Sit JIYVXOTIS.V.
Dr. O'HulllTna llealea that lie Itaa Aay
Maeh tadueaee Over the Aeeuaed YTeass,
Dr. Wllllsni J. O'Sulllvan, the medico-legal
expert, whom it I supposed will defend Mrs.
Meyer In her approaching trial, was seen yes
terday and asked whether tho statement was
truo that the pica that sho wa acting under
hypnotic Influence would boused In her defence.
" It Is not altogether certAln thAt wo shall de
fend Mrs. Meyer, as the Court has not as yet as
signed us. If wo are, I ran only say nt present
that we cannot discuss the pnibnble defence
under any circumstances. What I can
say I that the stntement thnt Mr.
UrtKiko or myself tins been consult
ing works on hypnotism In the public
or private libraries Is unfounded, for whenever
1 want to read a book I buy It. All this talk
about my having an Influence over Mrs. Mover,
hypnotic or otherwise. Is absurd. Our relations
are no more than those of lawyer and client."
Assistant District Attorney Mclntyre said
that the trial would prolwbly not tako place
until the end of November, as the appeal of Dr.
lluchanan would come up some time Oils month,
and, as Messrs. Ilrooke nnd O'Sulllvan would
have to prepare for this, it would be unfair to
nsk them to try tho rase of Mrs. Meyer at once.
VIXAXCIAIj ASD COMMERCIAL.
New York Stock Kiehaas;-Salsa Oct. 1.
UNITED STATE AND STATU 110NDS (IN $1,00081.
0 Va F ilrbt 2-3 of 1091 88J
closino riuc'Es or united statu bonds.
Did. A,Ua. BIH. Alkfd.
tISSi. r ua 'tr Rra. IN8S ,,101
UH.,r 1i:i IliMU 8. 1S1KI...I0I
US4S.C 11S2 1141 U ses. 1HH7...107
1'Sfis.r liu liuiju aa. mH, no
U H. I..,'. ... UK IIWHlU "OS. IBKII...11S
HAlI.nOAD AND OTIIKn BONDS (IN $l,000s).
5 Alclllxin 41 7M IXmilt 11U
14 701? ! NY,ChhtI. 4l...lloi;
10 70 II 100'J
7 Atchison Ids. A.. 4 7 N V. U t W. r4s.. N7
l:l it( VOr II AN en as,
18 aa TUCIM 7BW
fi Austin a. S Wist. ("IS 13 OrenonH !.... 4
0 87 fl ore HI. linen. ... 4a
4 IlrosdfTay ft 7tn SO Oregon Imp Ss ... 6
AvenSa 10HU ill I'OA C liteu Oi. kii
!2liurr.tnutKSs... utl; .1 kuw
'h Ind Coal lit wu : MtM
vi'hiaucnas lot 4 no
U t'hl AOkuUI,!.. 7.M; aPco. DAKlst.... U.I
in 75tj 1 11ltWlt H1U
a 73S Jilih wi'T3s... aju
0 C. II A (j 4s. Neb 10. :cuj
ex MiW lltocklslex 6s..im
1 Canada So 1st. ..IKHi 1 uiiiw
UOtJ V llll A Ilnr lt. ...1I7U
urhlnANor l'Ut. .IKrsdlnggnl 4s... 77S
Til 41U S 7-lJ
7('hAEIllgnl as.lOO), S 77
1 Kenad. DMetrs. 75 I in 77
HKTennSl 104U 40 77W
IK Tennis! ustf v Iteadlnir Utpt la. :ia3
20 E. Tenn Eqpt Ss, 80 :utj
DMelfs 88 S aU
10 0. 11 V A H A )1 1" s Kesdlnir Zd pf In. X'J
. .ss B3 nrtlouwut ium
1 IntAOi.N lit....ll4 a m
i. H414 n AHU
10 Iowa Cent 1st.... vo li Scioto V A N E 4i. 7312
3Klni(S('El lit... 78 I , 7lt
1 Ksd A Tez4s. ... HOM a St Menn4ti.10l
4... .. . (oU IStPMI'dl....l034
40KnATflVt 43J A St I' 1HCAP.W D.l Kit,
7 Kanawha A I 4i, 7 4 ...Ill
4.. 73H 1 Rtl'llt.KJlil... Ll.1
:iKnnz A Ohio lit. 1 111, 10 lin
I KacledeMas 1st.. 8NI, !( St L IW lit.... SNM
II.ouANcn 1011 I 3Hl
10 Lou A K.SANA ! SStl. ASWVd. . 1AU
RtSj.. .. B4 I 3San AAAI'Ut 4l SB
I Isiur Island as..tlrl I 10 8o H'r 3s, Vf I,
3 Mo. S AE lit.... 7HM, Jsn.-OSa.c 8SU
SMnrAEslat 14J 5.... ............ 8MlJ
I Met El Ut 1X1 211 8nJ
11 Mob A Ohio gnl.. nH I Tex Psc 1 at Sa. .. SilU
3 B3 I 20Texl'scSd In.... S4W
;:-...! A4 I aTol.PAWnllt . 7.V
UMIcliCrn 7a lilija, 3 74
4 IvaU s 74K
2SMnPacen um' aTeun C. I A Ha,
tf Mil A 1. Sex 3t...lim' Tenn dlr 73
3 Nor Psc Ter 1st.. H 0Tol.StI.AK C lit nOH
1 Norl'scxd.e. ... a a Union Pse. 'Uos..l032
5 8714 Jl:nl'in.l!Tr.. u
i 884j 21Wsbsahlat 1014
4 Nnr Psc M, e 3 Wabash 2d A7B
5 Nor I'so W, r no 11 A7
4 NorPsocnBa..... 19K 13 A7U
4 ,.. 2l(f a Wm, Bhor4l....lCUtJ
1 2U 3 Wes,8tl4s,r(.. ,1031a
llSorPse.CTN... 774 13 ....."l08lj
12 N V A II 1st, r 0a..lMW a West NY A Pa lst.10.1
'a.j,v.j! i!!H II West NT Paid. a4M
ION YASSd.. ...... 87U 41 , XV
HNJCxolS llrvC 6...... ........ .... t
NYCIat.e. W7H 1 Wis Cent 1st SS
33N YL'enex 4i. ..104li Ex Intereat.
Tout sales of rsllway bonds (par tsIiu). $012,000,
RAILltOAD AND OTIIIK SHARES.
Oixn. lllgK. Low. -Coaina.-,
tmtr: hig. rt, rar. Bid. Jtktd.
140 AdarasEx....l4n I4H 1411 MS 14H
S4374 Am Hu Kef. 8W HHU 884V 8AW Millj
234 Am Suz Het p. U'JU W J VM UlCJ yg"
lim Amerisble. Uuw uoU no hl)U
3123 AmsrTob. ... KlliJ UUU 118 U7U 08U
110 AluerTobpt.lOA lIMl 10A 103 108
ISAmerEx 110 now now ill 113
710 AmerCotOU. 3IH SlU 30U 30 31
aaaAmerCOpf. 73 7. 73 74W 78W
61S.1 Atcb.TA8, A A 3 3H 3W
IIHlllalt Alllilo.. 7lM 7AM 7M 7 7HU
lHICansdsSouth. 3IH SIK 3IU SIW Sit
aiOI'einral Hae.. 18 18 18 llQ 18
luuurhea A Ohio., lut. tvt. 1NU 1st, luu
234 1 2 CSU.no Uia.. 7IJ JliJ nuts e8)J 70I
10 ('hluAAIton.14'4 142 142 142 144
200 c. c. c A at u an atiu su au auu
13A Chic AN W...I0JU 0il I02V1 107W 10)J
lOol'h A NWpr..l42W Ul 142(2 142 -
1SUM8C.BAU.. ., . 72M 72J 7I 72W Till
87400 C.M All P.. Alii B'J aits AIW All!
Sl',)l AStl'pr.122 122 122 Mia 120
SIH3(MtI Al'ar... A044 SI Hi AO AOW SOU
wisrnnaoiiisi... .nvw ivou nuw 120W 121U
aeaDelAllud. .134 i4 i4 isifl isj
SSBDsl.l.A W....I7IW 17IW 1701 1701 J 171
123 Den AH Opr. 33Si 33U M U3lJ 34
18l30I)lal'lpxAUF. UVi toil 7J 8U 844
ISOO Uearrsl Elec.. 384) aM 3a 38U 3b2
1011 Horn Mltrr..2.ail 9.a IIJUI 8.SO S.4II
SOIIoinralske.. 17 17 17 1A I7W
4H llllnola Cent.. l III 84 ll.i S4
lolnwaout pr. :il 311 aiu 23 31
SillSsBhore...lSlJ lSllJ 134 134 133
lasLlTrac I.n I2!a 12U 121 12M
2iNIUelrdellas... I 18 18 18 18C
7SO liula .Naih. 33t SA 634 63W S34
330l4iula.NAAC. 7W 74. 7 7 7W
11)87 Uaahal Coa. UA lis 1IM I13U 1151.
lUOMel irse. ...IIAI HAW 1IHW llrt ttU
S(lIli'liCCif.. tilfi SHU finU -
llnotlluourlPse. 2nu 27 2Aii 2044 JiHi
20O lo, K a T .f 22 22 22 22 22'
lOOlloblleA (... IUl IV'l IUU 18 lll'l
24uNJOnirsl. low inu lim 08 lou
18ii N YCenlrsL, . UW4 VUl UUU VUW 100
31137 Nsl l' . . linJ ;i-J 37W 37M 38
SIINsllsdpt bHW 8AV h' bil 8HW
I III Norm Aliier. 4 4 4 4W 4W
3713 N Y A N E. 30 3il 2U 2U4 SO
1NY.CA8ILIP 113 A3 U3 A3 70
8NY.CASII.2ilH 284 284 2AI 27 28
AOONY.I.EAW. I4 MlJ 141 14W I4U
lOSY.l.EAWuf, 24 24 24 - 28W
10(1 NY. AW.. 17 17 17 ISA 17
1I8IN Y.UAWpf. 43W 43i 4314 43S 434
1IIA North I'st'lAe. 4S 4)1 4W 4J 4
838 North Psc pf N!2 18)7 18 IS', 181,
lOOOIiloHuuth 17 17 17 13 20
Illil l'a.-in,-Mall.. IftW 3W 131. 14W 134
100 Phils A H..,!. 11Z lilj 171 17t! I7M
112 Pull IM'arCo.lSUi 13UU 1SUJ 3U4 lAll!
3l3 1'.O.OAHII.if SoJ S0 S02 48 SI
lbn.1 Itlca A IV P. ikH laS 1 1714 18
2U 811. A A Wpf. 81,' nU HU MJ u
200 81 PAOmaha, 33 UlJ S3J S3W 334
2iui Southern Pse. 20-S 20M 20 u 3o J sou
300 ka Ily WI... law 13W 13W 13iJ is(2
400 Ko Ky pf W I. 4IJ 42U 41J 4IW 42
KKiTeaaCAI.... I8l 8W ttS 18W 12
ISO Texas Psc.... uli toil ml tol uw
1O0T.AAAJ4M. 714 IW 7i 7 7
7S0 Union Pacific. 121, laA 111! Uli lt3
100 Vu P. D A U. . 41,' 4U 4W 4W 4M
li(M)U BCordaga.. 13 13lJ 1S isQ 14
UUSCordpr... 23 2.1 221, 23W So
170 U 8 Rubber... SUM 32M SAM 3U 40W
133UhHubpf . B4 24 4 23 24
800 II Slalhar. lu Id 10 10 )ou
300 U Ualh pf.. SO 60 60 00 SOW
lOuWabaah.. . Itl( SW ew SW 7
AloWabsahpf... 14 lllj UW Mil 14W
18312 West Un Tel. S7J T, 8lj Uli 8ti
2U0 Wheel A LB. 12'J UH ISJ 122 lM
tUOWUCtlll 4 4 4 i 4l!
Tutsi sal of stocks wsrs 208.384 shtras.
BOSTON CXOSINO QUOTATIONS.
Bid. Alkid.l Bid. Atkid.
Ho A Albany, 20SU - Weatinxli'ss t, 34W 33W
BsaAMsla. 160 S3 W.at Kid L'lJ a S3
'"l . lH 13HIBOSAMOB. ... S4 80
f.'K'l'SIC ! M 77 ' Butts A Bos. . IvU 104
KYASEpf.. S4U:ralAUecU. tSV ttS
S,AJ'ia'-"-.54, .5B OsceoU. . 24 23
Old Colon. 178 17HM Uulnry Mia. 90 U3
Am 6.11 il. .20J 204,B,biuUM. IIW 12
Iris Tel. SI 12 A. T A B r. 41. M 70
NawtuxTtl 2 . U.TASKsiiU. 2lJ 22
ruiLADILTUIA CIAMINO QIIOTATIOSS.
Bid. JlMkrd.1 Bid. Jldnd.
VOt SM A8 lUHCAKCo. 81 Bl(
CoaTrsrl'a ' 3ll,.laaa R R 811 62
Coa Tru'i'a Ss am, 87 ' Phils Tract'a.. I02U 1024
TSPl: lV.tc ? B2WillalTrKUoa..l6 lUU
Ukljh Vallsy. 31), a;4j
' 1 .
tATEST tONDON qtTOTATIONS.
Atehisoa ., AWNorf-)lk A Weatpf..., 2SM
Canadian raelfle..,,, BJK Northern Pse pf;..... 1SK
rrteeoimmoa. .,..,.. 18 Ontario A We.lera.,, iril
KrUJdconaoia.. ,..(,. 77 PsanaylTanla 6W
lIllBola Caslrsl...,, , VSIilResdInc ,.... 9
Raata Texas. ... , liUsti-aar ., , AM
UksSkera ISO Union Pai-ISo ., ltt
jB Xsahellle S7K Wabasa pf. ...... .. UK
MT Central I03MI
JIONDAY, Oct. 1.
Material prourcis was made to-ly In tho pro
cess of marking dawn the price of Snuar Itefln
Inn to figures satisfactory to those who control
the market for tho stock, ns welt as tho Industry
that It represent. On sales of iV.'.OOO shares
Hug-ar ilednlnit closed SH.V rent. below the final
price of Saturday, and nt'vthe lowest price re
conled for It To-day's decline, like the move
ment of the stock since the present Tariff bill
tiecamo a law, requires no explanation
other than that which wa practically
furnished nt that time by the ninnagers of tho
i-oinpany, nnd which was a notlco In every Intel
ligent speculator In stocks that they had ills
iwscd of their holding, and were consequently
In favor of lower prices. The market for Hugar
Kefln!ng may rally occasionally, should tho
stock becomo oversold, but tho downwanl move
ment will hot bo permanently checked until the
price reaches figures thnt will tempt the man
ngersof the company to buy bnck their holdings.
Although the announcement wa made enrly
In the day thnt the usual quarterly dividend
uxm Chicago (las certificates would bo paid,
there was a good deal of pressure to Bell tho cer
tificates, which left them nearly n jwlnt lower
than on Saturday. Kt. l'aul. C, II. and (Jutncy,
Distilling, and Western Union completed the
list of half a dozen stocks that can be accurately
described as active. Tho three first named
closed fractionally lower, while Western
Union, under what appeared to lie tho
liquidation of a speculative account, closed
Ud V cent, lower than on Saturday.
A number of Inactive stocks, notably National
Lead, New Knglnnd, Louisville and Nashville.
Manhattan Hallway, American Cotton Oil, and
American Toliacco, closed a point or two lower
Tho evidence furnished by the ndvocate of
lower prices, that they form the only nggrcsslvo
faction In the market, goes n long ways townnt
discouraging ventures for long account, and
this, of course. Is a corresponding ndvnntagi to
Although the trading In Northern Pacific se
curities has become restricted, because they have
struck a bankrupt level, the Street takes a deep
Interest In the affairs of the company, because
It and Its clients have suffered enormous losses
through the mismanagement of the property,
and still hold the company's frightfully depre
ciated obligations. During the last few days an
effort has been mado to create tho impression
thnt thcro was a contest for the honor of assist-
Ing the receivers In financing the com
pany. Thnt Is not tho fact. A year aeo
the Court that appointed tho receivers
of the Northern I'aclllc Itnllrond Company au
thorized them to Issue $3,000,000 of certificates
for the purpose of taking up obligation of the
company secured by collateral which might bo
sold by the lenders upon them If tho receivers
were not In a position to pay tho loan. Only
$'.'.000,000 of theso certificates were Issued at
that time, and they were renewed for a second
term of six months, expiring to-day, nt total
cost for the year of 11 cent.
Other floating debt obligations will mature in
the near future, anil n the net earnings of the
company are not sufficient to meet them tho
receivers applied to tho Court for authority to
extend tho entire Issue of $5,000,000 for three
years at OH ) cent. They linvo already ad
vanced from the current. Income of tho com
pany $."i00,000 to prevent the sale of
securities pledged to secure loans. This
amount, they claim, should be returned to
them, as the money Is Imperatively needed for
tho maintenance of the property. Theso state
ments, which aro sworn to by all three of the
receivers, should dispose of tho specious state
ment mado by the President of the company to
day that the receivers have asked for an incrensi
In the amount of certificates authorized by thu
Court, ami that there Is no occasion for the
The management of the company, through lta
President, also makes tho statement that It
wa not aware until a few daya ogo of the
requirements of the receivers for cash to taka
up tho $7,135,000 of their certificates maturing
to-day. This b an astounding confession of In
difference or Incompetency, for the extension of
the certificates for six months from April 1 hist
was of Itself notlco to every ono concerned
that tho obligations would mature on Oct. 1.
Tho Reorganization Committee was nllve to the
fact, and with the view o' protecting all Inter
ests In the property and of facilitating the
Court lu Its economical management of the
trust estate, made arrangements to supply the
funds necessary to redeem the outstanding cer
tificates at 0 V cent, per annum for a period
of three years. That the management of the
company should not bare discovered the desira
bility of assisting the receivers In this matter
until the middle of last week may possibly off
set In the mind of the average shareholder
whatever temporary adrantago the manage
ment appears to have gained by supplying the
money for thirty days and at the same time en
deavorlng to misrepresent the facts to the
It is not true, as stated by the President of the
company, thnt the order extending tho certifi
cates asked for by the receivers gives those who
offered to advance the money upon them power
to sell the collateral at less than its market
value. The order specifies that should the re
ceivers default upon the loan, then after n lapse
of sixty da s the collateral is to be advertised
for thirty days and sold publicly to the highest
bidder. These are more liberal condition than
are named In the usual form of collateral loan
notes, and are certalnl;' not drastic.
A point has been made against theonler asked
for by the receivers that It permits of the de
posit of any of the collateral securing the cer
tificates with reorganization committees. This
provision was Inserted, not with tho view of
strengthening the position of the Reorganiza
tion Committee, for the consolidated bonds
which the company has used as collateral have
not been listed on the Stock Kxchauge, ami hence
cannot be construed as in the hands of the puli.
lie, hut was Inserted to pnitect the Interests
of the company In auxiliary properties, particu
larly In tho Chicago and Northern Pacific Ter
minal Company. The first mortgage uion that
properly will soon be foreclosed, as the bond,
holders' committee ha in-elved deposits of
marly all of tho bonds, except those held by the
Northern Pacific Railroad Company, which
should bo deimsltcd under that committee to
participate In a reorganization of that property.
The Court, bv extending the outstanding re
ceivers' certificates for thirty days, has delayed .
a long-time extension of the obligations In
curred by the receivers, has thrown aside a
proposition to extend them at a reasonable rate
for a period that would probably cover the re.
cclvershlp, and has embarrassed the receivers
In their efforts to finance economically the large
floating debt of the company. At the same
time it has placed upon the President of
the company and his associates thu re
sponsibility of carrying the floating debt
upon better terms than It Is being car.
rled by the present creditors or those
offered by the Reorganization Committee, The
action of the management In this matter, and
the Implied criticisms of the receivers contained
In the President's statement published to-dsy.
may win the support of the shareholders at the
annual election for directors to be. held this
month. Having been duped twice by YUlanl,
the stockholders of the Northern Paciflo Com.
pany are apparently eager to surrender their
noses to any one's leash. They have sacrificed
millions of dollars to perpetuate brilliant rhl
canery. and they might appropriately complete
their reconl bv humiliating themselves hi sup
port of a stupidly conducted personal fight.
Final sales compare with those of Saturday as
Srp. M. Oct. i. rpr. . Orf. i.
At.TASFs .' 81, S4,iNYOn . USH 90W
AniSuxKr. .. 8ulj 88IVNYANE. 31 30
AmSiullstpf. U2W WW'PaclOo Mall . IS4 1SW
r.Uafq.. . 72U 72l Hark lltsad.. soi; AoJ
rkaaAlihlo li, lu KIcnAWr l-itf 18
CklcaxaOaa. . 7012 70 Kdlax. ... Uli I7.
DUaTbrCo . ( hu'si PauTrom. . 64 'SI!
Kris. IS 141iSouth H'r. 1244 13W
OeaElao 3sU S80lSoulh HV pf. 42W 4IW
t-ouUANtsh. 6S4i saQ Tax,, Psc. .. vi eij
UkeShore. 133 134 Tann.UI A R. 184, 8W
Man Con. list 1 1 3, U 8 Cordaxs I4W 14
Missouri Pao. n SAW! O HUstlier . I0l 10
NatLsad 32 an! USUukarsI All AO
Nortkw'lcem. 1024, 02WI Weal Ua Tel, , 8TJ tA4,
'yj!-.1"" iBHIWhwIALBf. It 121
Uoverument bonds steady at unchanged quo-
aiAajiin fc.li-l i'mI'i I BgaSJsWIasjaj
fallen. Railway bonds weak. The features
were Chesapeake and Ohio general 4K. North
ern Paciflo consol lis, Oregon Short Idne n.
Richmond nnd Terminal 5s, Rio Grande, West
ern lcsA and Atchison Issues. The more Impor
tant net declines were In Atchison 4s, J4j cent,
to 70, and d As, W. to Ml Chesapeake and
Ohio general lUt, l. to 75U Northern Paciflo
consol os, H. to ) Oregon short Line 0. H, to
84 1 Richmond and Terminal 6s, H, to O.TM, and
Rio Orande Western Ists, H V cent., to 00H.
In bank stocks 10 shares of Cents! National
sold at 130. V
Har silver In London. 20.1-tfld. Exports to
Europe to-raorrow, ;IOO,000 ounces.
Money on rati. 1 W rent. Time money Is
quoted nt 20.2H V cent, for ninety days and .1 1
cent, for four months to six month on good
mixed HIock Exchange collateral. Commercial
paper Is quoted a follows! Prime endorsed
hill8 receivnble are quoted at oV-'tw, cent.,
choice slnxlctinme paper at 40 V cent and
giHsl nt 4)iy3oH i cent.
, Tho sterling exchange market wa firm and
higher. There wa some Increaso In tho supply
of commercial bills, particularly those drawn
against cotton, lint the offerings found ready
buyers at full rates. Continental exchange was
firmer. Potcd asking rates for sterling, $1. HO
ftS4.HUU for long VIlVs nnd $4.n7iifi4.H7)s for
demand. Actual rntes nrc! Long bills, $t.8oH;
sight drnfts, S4.80H. mid ruble transfers.
$4.mi7j. Kniucs me quoted nt n.lR?i for long
nndU?H:i.lu?6 for short! relchsmnrks, Il.IJi
for long and li.VViMi.'iii fur short! guilders, 40!
p.40 :i-lil tor long and 40UT4O 5-ltl for short.
Domestic etchange on New York i Huston -14
cents discount. Charleston Huyllig, 1-10
discount; selling, par, Kavntinnh lluylng,
:i-10 selling, 1-lti. New Orleans Hank, tr:
commercial, ftftt-cntadlscount. Han Krnnclsrn
-Klght, lHi telegraphic, lfi. St. Louls-oO
cents discount. Chicago SIS cents discount.
Transaction on the New York Stock Exchange
last month include! 4,002,4.10 share of stock, a
decreans of (1211,02.1 shares ns compared with
the same month of last year. The dealings In
State and railroad bondsfootnn$8(),774,.130par
value, an Increaso of $l,oUN,M0 as compared
with last year.
Tho all-rail rnat-houiid shipments of dead
freight from Chicago last week were S:t,H32
Urns, against "2,427 tons the previous week, and
Ol.TfiO tons tho corresponding week of the pre
vious year. Tho cnst-bound shipment by lako
were 64.1)82 ton, against 02,0t)0 tons the pre
Tim Central Railroad Company of New Jersey
has declared a quarterly dividend of 194 V cent.,
payable. Nov. 1.
Tho Chicago On componle' quarterly divi
dend of itfj v cent, has been declared, nnd will
be pnlil Oct. 22.
The St. Louis Southwestern Railroad Com
pany reports for tho year ending Juno :i():
'Ot. lal. C7irinov.
Oresi carnlnc. .!, 013,141 .-,,! lo.OSO Dec. 300.u:lfl
penses :i,8:l,?8 4.281,83.1 Dec. 408,033
Net earnings.. IMI, anil t83l,2l7 Dee. "T2,88l
Other Income. . ai.iiMU mi.iau Dec. as.tocl
Total Income. 772,3isi $203,38:1 Dec. 130,887
Alleharges 1170.101 V4U.7H7 Inc. 20.328
Deficit sio?.?nu sjrt.iHiin ami nus
Tho Louisville and Nashville Railroad reports
gross earning for August of $1,01)2.1)07. uu In
crroscMif $ti)li,o:i2as compared with the same
month of Inst year, and net $H42,:i:iO. nn In
crease of $111,577. for tho two months ending
Aug. .11 the gross earning were S:i,121,570, a
decrease of 3811.273 us compared with tho corre
sponding period of Inst )ear, and net $1,1H2,020,
an Increase of Sllfi.412.
The Norfolk nnd Western Railroad reports
gross earnings for August of $11,111,030. nn In
crease of $i:)ti,u:i2ns compared with the same
month ol last year, nml net S2H7.000, nn In
crease of $1,024. Kor the right month ending
Aug. Ill the gross earning wcro (0.H37.2HI, a
decreaso of Slo.tKK! n comjiartd with tho cor
responding iicrlod of Iat year, nnd net Sl.llOU,
0U2. a decrease or $01,477.
The Cnnniilnn Pacific Rallmad report gross
earning fur August of $1.1)33.552, a decrease
of $218,074 os compared with the same month
of last year, nml net S37S.23H. n decrease of
$l.)ll.4K0. for the eight months ciidingAug.
ill. the gross earnings were $11..110.IIU0. n de
crease of S1.HH.1.IM1 us compared with the cor
rrsiwndlng period of last yenr. and net $:i,UU5,
733, a decreuse of SI, 1.10,188.
The Son Antonio and Arnnsar Pass Railroad
reports gross earnings for August of $103,884,
an Increase of $11.2 1,1 as compared with the
same month of hist year, and net Stlll.niil, an In
crenso of $i)5.:il5. For the eight month ending
Aug. :il the gross earnings were $!)U.:i47, a de
crease of $l;m.lHlas compared with thecorre.
sisindlng period of last year, and net $122,717. a
decrea.se of $:i3,l!li;i.
The Austin and Northwestern Railroad re
imrts gross earning for August of $22,803. nn
increase of $5,847 as compared with tho same
month of lat year, and net $10.0.11. an Increase
of il.tmil. For the eight months ending Aug. Ul
the gross earnings were $ Mil, 8 1.1, an lncrcno of
$15,307 n compared with tho corresponding
perliHl of lust J car. und net $32,732, an Increase
The Ohio Southern Railroad retorts gross
earnings for July of $42.07:1, an Increaso of
$15,0118 as comjiared with the same month of
Ins yenr, and net $14,210, an Increase of $8,008.
The debt statement issued this nfternoon shows
a net Increase In the public debt, less cash In tho
I reasury. during September of SH.132.700. Tlio
Interest hearing debt increased $140: thenon
interest lieuring debt increased $824,182. nnd
tho cash In tho Treasury necnnstsl $7.228.:i:i7.
The balances of tho several classes of debt at
the clou of business Sept. 20 were; Inter
est bearing debt, $035,042,810; debt on
which Interest has ceased slnco ma
turity. S 1.8:io.0.10 : debt bearing no in
teresu S:i80.oti:i.4lirt: total. 31.017,rtltl.n:iu.
'lhe certificates and Treasury notes offset by an
equul amount of cosh in the Treasury outstand
ing at the end of the month were $U12,4:iil.
470. 11 decreaso of S2.014.1O2. In tho month
there was an increase In gold coin and liars of
2,70,N87. the totul at the close being $123,
lill.'i. , ,11). Of silver there was a decreasn nf
S.I.. 1.12,11, ,. Of the surplus there was in na
tional bank depositories $ltl,:i0.1,6tlH, against
$17.:iyo,8!l7 at the end of the previous month.
The condition of the Treasury at the close of
business to-day compares with that of Saturday
Total available assets ....$774,013,083 $724,133(128
Current liabilities 632,330,023 34.216,202
Total lialanee $12.1,183,030 $llu.lili.719
Oold balance 38,827.232 82;o3;317
Currency balsnre .... a4.333,8d7 SH0.834.IU2
Included In to-dny's assets are tlH.100.203
fractional silver and minor coins and J11.2H4,.
oiTdepnslta In national banks. Thu Treasury
hold $3,017,747 national bank note for re
demption, against $4,008,142 on Saturday.
Money In London. U W cent. Rate of discount
in open market, for both short and three months'
bills. H V cent. Amount of bullion guno Intu
Hank of Knglnnd on balance to-day, 111,000.
Pari advlca s quote .1 y cents ut 102 trunca 40
centimes, and exchange on 1-ondon at 23 francs
Tho local commlttea representing exclusively
second mortgage bonds of the Northern Pacific.
Rallnuul Company calls intention of the holders
of those bonds to the fact that the third con
secutivu default in payment of Interest took
place to-day. and asserts that It Is desirable that
holders should deposit their bonds at once with
lhe Nuw York r-ccurlty and Trust Company
under the committee's protective agreement.
Electric Hloek. tJBOtatloas.
nosTos, Oct. I.-Tlie closing quotations of electrio
stocks to-day were:
Rllaon Electric lllumlnatltur .PJU A'1-'
liruersl Klivirie 3 88L;
lienersl Klet'lrlelif - 7y
l.amim Coitoliir,iud hiore Service . 23W 241
Wratliwlinul.lrvlrle 3H, 331J
WralliiKllouae Klet'lrlopt S'J ft,
Kort WttyiiHKln-lrtc v,t
Port Wayne Llrctrte Truat (aeries A).. I
Tliouiaou'llouaion. Trual laerlesD).. .. 4 414
5toPAV. Oct. 1.- COTTo-Declliied 12 to 13 points.
The downward course of frlcei was Interrupted for a
short lime by a rally due to a moineutary recovery In
Uerpool, but the decline was soon resumed and tn,
market cloned weak at about the loweal prices of the
dsy. Sales 148,800. IJrerpml declined S2d. on the
spot and 2), to 3 points for future delivery, closing
barely atrwly after spot salea of 13,000 lialea. lit
Manriisatrr yarns mre in buyers' favor; In rloibathrm
was very Utile doing. New llrleana declined 11 to 13
points. The ralufall at the South was generally llxhl
and nowhere heavy. Moat point, reported uo
rain. The alxnal wrrk-e nrcdlcn-d for lhe ru
ulux tMruty-lour hours wanner v, rather In Arkansas
suit 11talaliipl, and fair and cooler weather In lexaa
UiuUUlu, Trnnean-e, North Carolina, boulh Carolina!
and lleonila, 8(ot coltuil heru l-lt lower, HUP
diiuguplandAIe. Kale. 013 for aplnnlng. Theate
raxe prlv at New 1 ork for the yrarisiu wasalMiut
.y. At one tuna lu 1843 11 drcllurd tolWe. at New
llrleana. To-dsy there was a decline of Ur, at Oalvrs
ton. Norfolk, lultlniore, ,n.l Savannah, l-Ho, toll-liv.
at Aunuau, and 1-iac. at New Orleans, Chsrlratou,
and Mnuphla. Mobile was rsay at uachsured prlet
At New Orleans udddllna uplands were quoted tu
nlxhl at A -IBc and at Oslveston 3 I Mac.
New Orleans told 4.030. Memphis 1.130. Halve,
ton 1.001, and loblle 1.000. Port receipt reached
4U.472. azslnit 30.023 IhU dsy U.l week,
and 42,773 laat year, exports from tha pons.
4.028 to Ureal Britain and 13.VO0 to the Conllnenl.
New Orlraua receipts to-morrow weru ratlinated Bt
12.000 10 20.000, anslnal 2,042 on the uma dsy laat
weekend 13.134 Isalyiar. Ilouatou reielvetl 12,374,
jtaliul ll,7Uilhla day laat week, and 7.022 last yenr.
tthlpmenta to-tlav. lu.bui, Memphis rweluu 4.372,
aslnat I.sl6 this day Uat week and 3.o;olat year.
Auauata received only 2,321. aaslnat 2.234 Ihladay
lut week and 4.23d laat year. So aelllement at Kfl
Hlver. Silver was uiu'hsnae.l. lmpaaaa. Weat Cen
tral Texas, Oct. . We epvt tu rx-rlve 12.000 thl,
year, atralnal 3.000 laat year." Tha New York Cotton
EiefaaoiiB nrU at lu A. M. lo-day, and will opeu at
that hour uu every Monday nil next emumrr.
One nrui aaldi "bo far, 0. ooo.OOO Lala
allmate, have not been JuatlBe.1 by the
movement, and It looks aa though shlpmenta bav
been retarded from the Interior by reasun of the de
cline. In prlcestand If this suupoWltlou la correct It
nieaua a large movement In October and November,
We rather Ihlak Liverpool Is anticipating this, aud al
though their apot bwdnea, continue lame, being I S.000
lolay, at l-lbe,decllne. however, Ihej feel that they
can continue to draw freely from their local supply,
wltbapruepe'l of accumulating slockalB thl, eoun.
try. The i-onaesiuencv Is that while aplnners are nil
lug their IminedlaU) rciulrriue ula they are hardly
Blocking up lu antlcliatlun ut future wants. The
market looks to bu one of a kind that geta weaker the
loner II goe. but all this wlUUe a bulllah feature at
To-' yxsTVaxa-'Llberal rerelpu at tlie ports and
Ulterior towns. A marked decline la Llrerpoul and
American and European .selling cansed decided d-
Kreselon In Nsve York and Liverpool as well as at the
outh. Ths features are practically the same as thsy
have been for some little time psat, too much cotton
and too little Irsd and speculation) ton many seller
and too few bnytrs. The trading la futures was as
Clottne. Utehnt. tjnvttt. Unlet.
October ....S.rVfcaStM (Vol S.S3 2.0O0
November 6 84r3.R9 SIX) 6.84 12.000
December. .... ...,B.P0AS.1I fi.02 6.P0 83.300
.tsnnary ... .B.ViVtS.97 .07 SOU 33.300
February.',,, n.ojwfl.0.1 fl.18 SO-J 7.700
UsTTh...... 1...,...n.07n.0M am n.07 28.200
April t fl.!fV4A.I4 0.2S A.IB 3.100
May. ...,n.2(Ktn.2l n.211 .20 B.U00
Jane. .... 6.20(46.27 6.34 6.32 1,100
Flwn Generally nnlet at unchanged prices. Part
of the business noted below was In city mills. Hales
1 4,800 hbts. Kxports 1,204 hbl. and tK.oes sack.
lleceSuts 8,24(1 bids, and 20,781 sacks. Winter wheat
tirsnds In bbla. were qi.nteil aa follows: No trade,
l.7oatl.80: One. l.83f.$2 superfine, t?4l2.IOi No.
2 extra, 2.16fH.2B: No. I extra, S2.NOn2.4U: clear.
l.40tt2.SO straights. sj.Bnrtl2.70! Mtenta, S2.70T
f3 Michigan straights, 2.nor,2.70! city mills for
West Indies, 1.33i patents," 3.7fliall. Pye flour,
superfine. t2.ina.t, Uom meal, Western, (2.8orSJi
Prsnilywlne, fl.2o. Iluckwheat flour, choice, ft.tSr&
J2.B0I grain, iKtMfiBe.
Uasis-Whest advanced Jc. to Me. Rpot sales 220,
000 bush., liicliKtln:72,00d for expo t. No. 2 red.f.
n.l. afloat, Sue. under liecemlier, and No. 1 Manltolia
ev. over lVeemlier afloat. These were the receipts:
Chlesgn. 68,320 liuah. 1 Milwaukee, 87,300! Minneapo
lis, 4'iil,llfHI: llllllllh. 1WI,330: HI. l,oill, 32.no0 Toledo,
21,4421 lletnilt, 8,33! Kansas City. S5.4.18I New
York, 1128 33l! Ililtlmorrs 1B.48U) Philadelphia, 8.408i
lloston, 288,1130. Total, I.4M.802 buth. Tolal Bainr
day, 1,06.1,637. Tolal last jear, 1,286,472. Future
sales 2,870,000 bush.. aa follows:
Opening, iieraf. Ulohnl. Ctottna. S'lffht.
Octolier . . .53 II-IU 63 11.16 BMI S.14 B3'(
December . B7 B7B-I6 B7 fB-10 37M B7M
May 62 II2I 2f 62H 02
Corn advanced le. tn P4e., closing with some of this
lost, siMit ssles 40,000 bush.. Including 32,000 for ex
port. No 2 at fl.V.t8ftic. afloat, and 0M(f. f.o. b. afloati
ft. Too buah. yellow at BOHc. afloaU Future sales 443,
000 bush., as follows!
Oivntna. Ijnwett. lttghett. Ctntlng. AVpSf,
October 63W A3l 3W 83), 64 X
Novemlier....83H M BBsj Mil B4M
December.... 81! J B4 6W 64 BV-M
May 84M 8I B4J 8414; MH
Osta advsneed We, to rt'e. and then reacted. Snot sale.
11.1.11110 bush. No. 2 while st :)3c.i Octnberdo.at
:3M33l4e.i Nnvemherdo. at 86l..1ili4c.i December st
37Uc.. 10,000 buah. No. 3 white at H4Uft34ltc.l 23,000
busli. No. 2 mixed at :l2lv.t32SpM 26.0IHI buah. un
graded at 3343iic. for white and 32W4U3)(c. for
mixed, llituru sales, 883,000 bush., as follows!
Ofienfna. Lnieesf. Illpttttit. Coafno. .Yfcftf.
Octnlier . ..3214 32U M.I Jt l!24
Noremlier... .. . 831 33', H.1J Sfj4
l)ecemlier....33i( ill", 3.1) II4 .1S
January .... ... n." :ift
May 381 IIS 34 33 33
The visible supply la as follow be
Wheal. Coitt. Oof.
btinhet.. rfiialefa. buMhelH.
Oct. 1.1 811 1, ..71.421,1100 4,303.001) 8.2.'I4.000
Inereaae 1,232.00;) 112,000 3H0.0OO
Oct. 1, I8I1.1. .nn.3s;i.on(i 8,ii7i.imki :i,8ii:i.oim
Oct, I, 18UJ. .47.1102,000 l(l,43,00l) 7,101,000
The following shows the New Y'ork stock:
l. Mat. f9T. laar.
Sei'l.'. Sent. . Sepl.M. or. ..
llmhrlt. llu.hett. lltttthell. llMnhel..
Wheat...12.283,ll0 11.802,727 14,803,1814 0.H4B.73H
Corn 37l,8t 141,001 114,230 1,3111,3113
Oats 2,788,2011 2,3311,430 :I4,M47 1,324.373
Ilye 12,836 .... 36,100 0.618
Parley... "627 H27 . .. 18,323
Pea.. .. B.02W 3,37.1 .... 311
Malt 6,184 7.IMII 1B6.604 18,328
Totals. 18,468,147 14,403,024 lS.446,8tlJ 12,77,1,3.18
To-Dr' 1'KtTt'ata Wheat showed greater strength
than many had expected. The rerelpia at Chicago
were smslf. the cables were better, thu Kast Indian
shipments were small, and there was a fair demand
from the shorts. On the other hand, the visible suih
ply lneresel 1,232.000 buah.. and the Engllah visible
supply showed a considerable Inereaae. The quantity
on passage to Euro)ie fell on 1.432.000 buah.. and the
deliveries on contracts here were only ats-iut 73,ocn
bush. Nevertheless the adranca-wa alight. Ilulllah
news was to a great extent neutralised by lirarlsh
news. Corn was higher with small receipts at Chi
cago and considerable covering of shorts. Liver
pool was Jd. to ,it, higher and the quantity on
paaaage to Kurope decreased 312.000 buah. Later
on there was Mime preaaure to sell and part of the
early Improvement was loat. The risible supply In
stead of ahonlug a decrease, aa aome hsd expevtcd.
actually Increased 112,000 bushels, but this was o
small that It hsd 110 detrimental effect. There was
quite a good demand from the shorts here nnd at
Chlesgn. The Interior shipments were reported
smaller. Oats wero strnngerln sympathy with other
grain. The visible supply Increased 1I1KI.000 buah.
The receipts are amalfer than at tills time last year,
and there la a fair casn demand.
UnocERiEs Coffee declined 1ocA15polnts,and closed
lively steady, sales 22.230 liags. Kurope sold, and
the cables wen wrak. The only buying appeared to
lie ror short account. Warehouse deliveries laat week
63.306, agaluat 61,084 laat year. Havre declined !f
Hr..and then recovered part of this Hamburg was
easier on some months. The arrival of coffee here to
day wer" 3U.00O bags, mostly suntoa. Wo w weak,
lllo exchange !2d- an advance of fid. Santos de
clined 430 rels. Kin receipts. 11,1100; Santoa, III.IIIKI.
Mock, of llraxll In New York, lhl.c.tm. Warehouae de
liveries In the United States during SetitemlH-r were
271,000, agalnat 24.1,000 In August. The trading lu
futures w as aa follows;
Jfnnraa, .SVl'ea. Jtlghetl. IsnrrMt. Clntlntt.
January n.730 11.40 11.33 ll.ll.Vjl 1.41
.March 3.73.) 11.33 1 1. HI) 11.2.Vcll.!IO
May 1.300 11.30 11.30 1l.20cll.2.1
Octotier 1.73II 13.10 13.00 12.II.13.U0
November... I.3"0 12.311 12.23 12.20MI2.23
December. . .7,000 11.80 11.70 1 1.63411.73
Kin on the apot was dull and nominal; No. 7, 13V-.
Sales 800 taga Santos H-aberry at lut,-. Haw augar
dull and sternly; su teat, 3)e.; nil' trat, 3Ve. iiulea
3.42U liags molauea augur, bu' teat, at 2c. In bond. Ke
nned dull and uncbaligi-d.
Naval b'roHm Dull but firm. Spirits. 28UtS284p.i
common to good atralued rualn. llOt'.iSlB.
PKTRiiiJci'M. No salea. National, b'.'Jac. Iild here and
at oil City.
Provisiovs. Lard dull and lower, city, 80.; West
ern, S.siv.; ivtoher. 8.81V.! Januarv.S.I.V. Pork dull
but steady, iWt t!4.73(J13.23. Drcaard hoga, 7S
74c; piga, 7tn8e. Tnllnw, 4T-. Mearlne, llflie,
Oleo. HIV:. Kgga. 1.1Si21e. Heat bulter, 22(t23!ic.;
do. rlieeav, 104',ll)4e.
Ciiicaoo, Ot I, U These were the Chicago prlcer
Wheat. Opening. Illgheit. It'rent. Cloning. Xlghl.
Pe! . . 34), B4)( A34, S.ltt X.ui
.May BU OUlJ fl"2 S'J 35?;
Dec 4SJ, 4814 48), 4'l 4714
May 8UU Sl) fjiiaj sin, sot?
Oct 21, 28V 2S'f 2'l Jr.'i
May. ... saj, ill), 33 3.1'J .irij.
Oil 8.50 K..V) 8.32U 8.32U 8.32W
Jan.. . . 7.73 7.75 7.117'i 7.70 7.7.1
Ovl 7.3.1 7.37U 7.23 7.2.1 7.37M
Jan.. ... 6.83 B.S74 6.774 0.774 H.2
Jan $14.27.4 $13,374 $13.20 $13.20 $13,274
Live Htoek Market,
NiwYoag.Miinday.Oet.l. Recelptaof beeves y eater
day and to-day were 4.632 head, 103 cars for exporta
tion, 131 cars direct to slaughterer, and 88 cars to be
sold. The trading was alow and dragging throughout,
butcalves wern not quotably lower. Poor tngood na
tive steers sold from $3,124 to $3.30 la 100
Iba., with no prime or choice offered; rangers
from $3.73 10 S.1.V0; ttags and oxen from S.I.40 to
? 1.3(1; light bulla at $2.1.1. No dry cows nn sale.
tressed beef steady at 74l'4c- V l. for noreat to
lieat liatlvo aldea. Ijlteat cablea fnini (Ireat lllilatn
quote Alnerlrall ateers at UV'ilOV- V .. ilrrsaeU
weight; Amerlean retrlgeiateit teef ut 646ih4jc. V ta.
No exjiorta to-day. To-morrow 73 Ims-vcs, 81)2 sheep,
and 2,M) quarters of lieef to LlverptMil.
Ileeelptaof eslves yeaterdsy and to-day. Including
loo direct Inbulchera. were 1,1.10 head. Alarket weak,
but not quotably lower. Poor to prime veala aold from
$.1to$;.3u p loo taa graaaers at $.'.30w$.'.73, kins!
Western calvra at 4I.BIk43.
ltecclpt of aheep and lamb yesterday and to-day.
Including 18 csraiilrecf to alaugnterer, and a single
car for exisirtatlon, were 21.012 head; 84 car, on
sale all told. Market very slow. Sheep and
pitme and choice lambs. He. V ra, lower;
common to good lamU, 4i4w. lower.
Over 23 cars of stock remained unaold.
Poor to prime Bhccp sold from $2 to $3.23 V loo la a.; a
few exiiort welhera at $3.UOt!t$4; lomnion to choice
lamb, from $.1 to $4.So.
Htcelptsof hogs y eatrnlsy and to-day were 11.33.1
head. Includlngl.127 heud on Bale. Market dull and
lower, sale ransnl from $3.83 to $u,lu V 100 its.
for Inferior 10 choice stale hogs.
Real Catala Hales.
I J. Adsm hsa aold for Minns (). I,nwensteln a plot,
BOxtOO.on the north aide of Mnety.ntnlh street, 225
feetraat of Cnlumbiiaavenur, fur II 8, 000. The prop
erly will be Improved.
The sale oil Nilurday by James I. Wells nf 132 lots
for the Vyae eatate, on the Itoulevard. near Freeman
atreet and vicinity. In the Twenty. third ward, was
very well attended, and the bidding waafalr. Lota on
thu Itoulevard hrnugl't from $1,323 in $1,073. on Hoe
street from $rwm to 8 1. uoo, aud on Vye atreet from
$il()ij to $ou. The 128 lots aold brought a total of
Itral Eatate Traaarere.
Heaver at, 61; Win I' Kchcrinerhorii and if e
toKalman Itsaa ... $40 000
Water at. 11 e.82.10 e line at. 22x30.1; K W
.shufet.lt Negus and wife In John & Negua 15,000
Oliver at, e s, 03 n South st, 40x30:
llrMget O'Keef e. tu Thomas F Foley .
Lalght at, n w corner Varlrk at, iWxsS. Louise
I. Wllllama to Fraud A Palmer. 100.000
22dat.4l3 Weal; Sarah J. Yunnlcleu rt al to
Catharllio Vanhlcleu 13 000
Ufavrtte place, 32; John T Wllllama and
wife toPrancle A Palmer . 200.000
4th at, 8S (Uat; Fllaa ilrlnecka to Henry Post
. and unu 16,000
II way, Ss3, and 154 Merccrat, Herman Wron
kow and wife to Mary I' strougandano . 203.000
nth ar, Hio, Sarah J Van Widen el al to tinina
A Iteyuulda 9.000
14th al, ub.SU w 7lbar,23lU6; IheCollrgeof
St Francis Xavler to the Xavler Club. 28.300
23dat.uw tor latav. 73x24.8; Jauiea K Day
aud wife toMarv 1. Uav m tfso
lllh at. 20.1 Weal, Jrrleraon M Levy to thu
College of St Fram-ls Xavler 28,800
17th at. n a. 400 w 7th ar, 20x20.2x40; Joseph
llasaell aud ano to Douatue Kleger 12.000
34th at, ns, 310 e 101b ar, 23xU.u; James Mis
Cub and wife to Andrew A Waters ... . 32.000
14th at, 203 Weal; I. Napoleon Levy el al tu
Jefferson M Levy 1
lllh al, 11 a. 30 w 7lh ar. 23x6; Isabella I.
KyttenberKtoaame. . . 8,700
77iu at. n a. loo w- Amsterdam ar, 23x102.2;
Thomas Auld to Irene M Ualdwlu 12,000
30lhat.ua. 430 w lOlh at. 13x100.3; Philip
Weatenfelder, Jr. and wife to John N
Zechrr . . 16.000
4uih at, n a. 125 a Dili av. 23x1181.8: Uarvey
J Jobuat 'aand wife to James MeCune $2,000
VJdal.aa, 201.1 o Colnmbua av, 20.4x100.8;
Henry White and wife to Ullbert L Herbert. 16.000
Columbus ar, 227; KUen McK Uunning to
Chrlainpher H lUiberts 1
Columbus av,22U. Miiia tuCorydon HMerrl-
W3d st. s a. 17le Weal Ku.l av. laxioo.8;
r rank L ttmllh and wife to Kmma L T Hop.
plug . . 1
8Mb at, as. 400 w loth av, 23x100.3, Bernard
J Woiterlng to Herman St-hmouaees 1 4,300
62th at. 68 and 70 Weat, Horace M SweotUad
and wife to LUxle Hughe, 1
70th at. as. 113 w Amsterdam ar, 17x100.5;
Henry Chaffee to Julia Caaaebrer. $7,300
Av A, s e ror Jlai at, IOU.S1V8; (iodfrry
Knot-he lu Emma SeldenUrg. ... 110.000
euihtuwa. 242 e 2d av. 27x100.4, Max llow-
aky. exr of Jai-obCobn. to William Voas '19.230
83tUal.ua. 348 e Av A. 23x102.2; Charles
bk-hafer and wife to uil! boettger and wife 20.250
8lilal.ua. 123 e 2d av,2SxlU2.2; Charles D
Hergtuanu and wife to F N TrueUen 24.800
Lenox av. e a. 17.6 a 127th al. 10.6x83, An
tbony Sanvth and wife to Thus O'ltellly 17.500
12slb at. u s. 360 Lenox av. 23IUS.U; Urls. ,"ww
Ilea and wUs lo Faul Uuppsl , 1$
117th si.s a. 243 e Pleasant av, 23x100.1 It
John w oflhaughnessy and wife lo Jnlla
Maloney..., ,.,.., 4,809
llfUhat. as, 123 e tnni ar, B0x10o.il: Ku- .
. gene Melvln and wife to Arnold Leuatig,.,., 1
I lVtn at, 214 Raati Marks Zelgler and wife to ....
. Peter fcrta, Jr., ..... MM
II oth at, 73 Fasti George doubling to Kllia-
, belh AShswall.,.., I
llflth at,S42 F.aat! Julliia Flgllalo and wife .
to Msria Roast and ano. ... ..,,...,,., , 9,300
102d at. ss. 877.7 w columbinaT. 26x100.11 1
DonatUi Bleger to Joeph ItsMell... 29,000
Hath st. ns.219 e 8th ar, 18x100.11) Ktitsn
Hutchinson to Wm A Hoe. exor. Ae 1
Weat End bt,wb.23.2. s B7th st, 60.0x100!
Joseph A Vandewater et al to Peter It J ...
Cnughlln... ,. ,,., $30
102dst,ns, 12.1 w Msnhsttsn av.2lxfoo.li1
Frederick Itsek lo Usliette Kegel el al, . .. 31,600
102d st, ns, 100 6 w Manhattan ar, same to ,. .
same , z""-i 24,300
132d st, n s, 220 w Lenox ar, 17x00. 1 It Annie
MeHrynolds.extrlxof Anthony Mclleynolds, ..
to Lillian M Hates .. ... 14,500
Jan-en ar. n w s, 328 n e Tetrsen View ar, 80 ...
xloo; Mary F.Monsghanlo Katie Hoehn. .. 230
Terrace View ar,seja,407n Jensen ar,B0xl00
Henry II Voujht et al tosame , 1,600
121st at, ss, 26.8 w 7th ar, INxlOO.lt! JesnT
K Wllaontn John T Pearson ,. .,...,.. 2,000
lOJd st, ns, 17.1 elOth ar. 2.1x116: Michael J .
Mnlqneen, ref, to Daniel F.Seybel 18,730
IB2d at, n s, 223 w co'irtlsndt ar, 2.1XIU0!
Adptpn Mechmsn and wife tn Oertrudn
Mechmsn .. ., .. 200
Willis av, ws. Ills 140th st, Ilisni); Dane D
Huaeell and wife to Henry C nry.in 1,000
t.17th at, a s, 267 e Courtlsndt ar, VSxul.i'i)
(.hssHZorntoF.mlle A Hsssey . 1
o:i.l st, s s. 14.7 e Woodlawn av, UxIimI;
Patrick J Owens and wife to Kdward Slrnt-
ton , .. 8,700
Doulevsrd, e s, 40 s 1201I1 st, 017x778 to ws
of Amsterdam avi the Society of the N V
lege.N Yclly 2,000,000
Lot a, map Upper Morrlasnla, 24th wardt
l'hlnny AyresloJosephI, Hsakln 2,730
Propct av, e s, 1120. lo n Tremont av, tsx
IS0.2I Msuricv Ahl and wire to Ueoige
Interior lot, K5 s Mt llopo place. 208 w An
thony, 25x781 Nt Luke's Hospital to Austin
J James 1,150
Arkermsn or Water st, r a, 226 n Spur
ten Duyrel and Port Morris P. It Co,
24th ward, Irregi Albert E Putnam and wife
to James MlPbourn 1,800
Derllne. Edward I), and wife to Wm Halls
Nona, 11 w cor 10 1st at and Waahlngtou ar,
Half. Win H, and wife to Kmllle J Murra), ISO
(Iraud at,6yrs 10,000
P.) rue, Hridgvt, to Gcorglsnna Weeks, s s
135th st. 22(1 wildav.llyra 1,209
Daitneu. John, and wife to Emllle J Murray,
swcorl'srkavnnd lO.llhst, 1 yr. . 5,000
Same to Holiert Murray as exor, Ac. w a Park
ar. 1111.7s to.lthst, II yra... 10,000
Pates, I.llllsnM, to Annie McKeynolda.extrlx,
Ac. 121 w IU2dst,nyr , 0,000
Drandl, Wm II, and Louisa to Henry 1 Hsv
nor.ss 148th at, 330 w Amstenlam ar. 1 y 3,000
Doettger. Kmll. and wife to Chas Shafer, u s
8.1th at. 318 e Ar A, 3 and 3 yrs (2i 10,230
Conller, Theodore A, and wife to Wm Halt's
sons, s e ror 1 13th at and Madlaon ar, 1 yr 23,000
Ornv. Joseph F, and wife to Anna I) Mm, 3.51
WestiMlhst, 3 yrs 6,000
Ilrlwlg. Fredk V U and wire to Magitalenn
Mcssrrachmltt. lot Hill, map of village Mel
rose South, ;l yrs 3,000
Hamilton, Kilrabcth, tn John FAnlhea, ws
2d ar, 25.2 s 74th st, 1 yr ... 1,000
Horn, David and wife, lo Leonard lialberstad,
12.1 Wlllettst.2yra 2,000 .
Height, Catharine, to Henry de F Weekes.
trustee, lat ar, w s, 60.B n Sid st. 6 yrs 12,000
nermann. Katherlna. to The Institution fur
the Saras of Merrhsnta Clerks, w a av A. 411
a l'thst, 3rra. 1,000
Hutchinson, buasn, to Win A Hoe A ano, n a
. 162d at. 12.1 e Amsterdam av. Ae, I A ft vra . 7,500
Haskln, Joseph l to Phinny Ayres. lot 3 map
of Upper Morrtaanla, 21th wnnl. II yesra. 1,400
uerlngyllcrmsnn. and wife to Angnat Freulet,
w s Prospect av, I a Dawson at. 3 yrs. 4,000
Hoppel, Paul, to llclnrlrh I) A Uauhahn, n s
12slh at. nwieLenoxav. I yr 2.000
Hnaa. Ouatav K. and wife to Chas A llrbler,
so and t)2 Allen at. 5 yrs 3,500
Hoffman. Hrdwlg and John. toAuguataA
Wurm, w s Fleetwood av, 48 s 162d St. 6 v ra 3,000
Ireland, John II. und wife In the Mutual Life
Ins Co NY, n e cor South 6th av and Meat
Jsrvls, Llrrle 1) and Frank, to Wm II McVleker
and ano, Iruateea, s 31th at, 2HI.ll u 7th m .
.. yrs-. 12,800
hlnckmsnii, Hleilrlck, and wife to Kilxsnl
Schwelger, exor, Ac, w sloth ar, 30 1. 43.1
Bt.Syrs .. 12,000
Kahn. Louts, and wife to Carolina Kirhlierx
et al, exors. Ac. s s 75th st, 103 w Central
Park Weat.Byra 25,000
Llndemann, Oscar, lo Albert Stake, ss Both al,
273w 10th av, 2 yra. 2,000
Mlllboum. Jsmes. to Albert E llitnam. w a
Water or Ackermanat, 226 n land Spuyt-n
Duyvlland Pt Morris It It Co. 10 yrs. 2,400
Msloner, Julls, to John WO Shaughneaaey,
ssllithst, 22.1e Pleasant ar, 1 yr 3.000
Matthew a, J llrander. and .wife, etral. to lhe
Howery sav Dank, s ecor East luthatand
Union place. 1 yr 130,000
Mens-renu, l.ttcretla It. to the Title Guar and
TruatCo, 104 Water t, 3yr 15,000
Mechmnn. tlertrude. and huab to John l
Threa, 11 s Klton st, 225 w Courtlandl a. 3
Omieuhellner, Augliat. and wife to C Kleh
ls-rg, et al, exors, ss73lh at, 171 w Central
I'jrk Weat, 5yrs 23,000
Port, Henry, and ano to Conrad Hottea, sa
4thst. 84.2e2dav, 18yra 6.000
Same to F.llao Ilclnecke, same lirori. 16 yts. 7,000
Palmer, Francla A. to John T IVllllams, 11 w
enr Lalght aud Varlck ats, and other prop
12 mrtgs). 1 yr 265,000
ltomalne, llenjamln F. and wife tnthnKevllls
Home for Children, n U7th at, 100 c Coluni
busav, ,'tyrs , 20,000
Hegel. Ilalielte. to E Schwarxwalder and ano.
ns lo-.'.lat, loo.e w .Manhattan av Ac (21,
8eybcl. Daniel E, tn Antony Wallach, n s I02d
st, 173e I0thar.3yrs 16.000
Sehmonaeea. Hermann, and wife to the
Franklin Saving Hank, N Y.ss 46th st, 200
wlnthav, lyr 6,000
Stonehrldge, Margaret and Chas, to Henry II
Harnard, u s Columbine at. 130 w Monroe
av, lyr 1,000
ReldenberB. Emll. to Godfrey Knoche, a e cor
ArAnnd 7latat,4 yrs 22,500
Miration, Edward, to Patrick J Owens, s s
163d at, 1 le Woodlswn ar, 3 yrs..., 2,500
Sehmonaeea, Hermann, to UJ Woiterlng, ss
ssthst, 40(iw miliar, 4 yrs 2,500
Scliaeffr, Anna, and huaband to Wm C Ken
w Ick et al, triutcea, Ac, a a I42d at, 225 w
Stliar, :l yrs 15,000
Same to Wm N Crane, s s 142d st, 200 w 8th
ar, demand. 2 niorta 8,000
The College of St Francla Xavler to tint F
Meeker rt al. truateea, 203 W 14th at, 3 yrs. 23,000
The trustees of Columbia College to the So
ciety of the New York Hospital, e s Itoule
vard. 4i) a 12i)ih at. and other property, 1 yr
to21lyra. 7 mortgs ,1,000.000
Voa. William, to Mark Conn, n s euth st. 212
e 2d av, Inatalla 2,730
Voorhees, Ellta, and huab to the truateea of
the Masonic Hall and Asylum Fund, 318 W
Wslker, Jesala L, to John I) Martin, s s 40th st,
Tul.6 w Sth ar, lease, 3 mos 2.000
Bchnaars, Ellxabrtha, to John D Connolly, w
store, 412 W 86th St. 3 yr 8300
Slnane. Wm. to Patrick Murphy, store, Ac.
481 10th ar. a yrs " 1,500
Italrhle.Cstharlue.et al, to Fred Waechlrr,
11 w cor Washington av, and 16th at, 3 yra 60
llnlf, John, 10 John llrannlgan, 742 oth ar,
atore, Syr. 2,400
Strong. John, totheAlbemarleSnapstnneco,
IIU.I lVarlat, ISyra 3.oil to 6,000
II jinan, Hose, to John Trells, 855 W 3.M al,
Mrrello. Carlo, to Olarcln Iluonrrlatlano and
nno.,11 Oliver t. 2 712 yra 2,500
Carroll. Matilda, et al. exnra, Ac, to Hugh Car
roll, atore. Ae. 643 id av, 5yra 1,200
Jantien. Matilda C, to Alex Krcse, liaaemenl,
Ac, III! 2d a, 3 yra ,00
Bri-nnau, Michael, to Thomas II Hale, , w enr
75th at ami Central Park Weat (Hotel San
Itemu , 10 yra $50,00010 60,000
Cevart Culeadara Tkla Day,
Sitrfsk f orirrGr.xxKxi. TajiM.No. 67. 70. 74. 76,
82. 81. 3. 87, 8s, 03. 113. ON. 101. 10.1. 101. 10.1. Itm. 1 12,
120.121. 124,126. ClIlXBrHi.-Mntlon calendar called
at II A.M. Scm UL Txlta. -Clear. Part L-No, uou,
1 1 66, 2i 1 70. I :i:l5. 1 203. 4 1 HJ 1 230. 1 2.14 . 1 235, 1 2110, 1 211 1
1318, 13211, 1327, 1212. 1238. 1377. 1378. 132. I.'W.I.
1302.1414,1115, (1:13. 1 13H. 1142. 12111. U41.I2SU, 1330,
I.13S, I3M. lilrifS. IHMI. 137. 1433. 1470.1472.1176
14.13, UH8.I4M), 1300, 1236. 4SU, 13110. 137. 10224.
14111.2011.4112,788. Part ll.-Caae unflnUhed. Lie
rated railroad cases. Part Ill-Clear. Cava from '
Parti. Nob. 1IU, IUU2, 2046. 271, 3850, anil. 41122.
IW50.I3UU, 662. 1721. 1U34. 1200, IIOsJ,, 211U6.
Part I.-Clear, Caar, from Part HI. part n.-Caae
uunnlatusl. faaea from Pari III. Part lY.-Case un
flnlahed Caaea from Part III.
srnaiiTE's Cocrt-Tkui. Tran.-Wlll of Matthew
Jlornuryat I0.30A.M. Chimhik.- Motion calendar
called at 10:30 A, I, hor probate: Wills of Lllia A.
Davla, Ueorge D. Carroll, Fhedrlch Ulltman, Sarah
Piatt, Alexander Duulapp, at 111.30 A. M.i Nellie
Taylor. MalcolmCampU-II. at 2 P. M.
coaiiPu.xs-SrnuLTEBia.-Clear. No. 1. Eacrrr
Txbm. -Case unOnlahesl. Noa. 76, 128, 120. 154. 86.
.17,80. 1 1 4. 1 30. Itm. Trjvl TrRB.-Part I.-Ca unl
nnl.hisl. Sua. 2013, 723. 1101. IllhO, 1110,1122. 671.
80J, lull, 1070, hll.1. 83.1. BJO. 741. UM3, 1822. 182:1
ns!. lose, insii. lou. on3. 100.1. iou7. lou, iov.
1100.1162, llo.),v2l. Part II. Clear. Caaes front
Part I. Part III. Adjourned for the leriu.
ht-rxaion Cm kt- Hi m ul TtBM.-CIear. No. 424.
423. LviCITV Tcail.-t'asr unnniahed. F.lersled rail
road cases. Tuhl TKRM.-Psrl I.-Clear. No. 423.
S3. 737, liMl 71K), 736. 8.17. 721. Part I I.-Clear. Noa.
. "6.1. 833. MIX 803. I liU. 1331,1443.734, 1183,
IIW), 802. Pari III. -Clear. No 1S71, 1350. 1333
CiTVCockT-Srrnat Tcao. -Mntlnna Taist. Trr.v.
Part I.-Clear. Noa. 61U. 31.1. 51.1, 1713. 220.127.116.11.3,
I. 7,8.0, lit, II, 12, 13. 14. 13. III. 17. 18. 10. 20, 2l!
Part IL-Clear. Noa. 21 18. 16, 47. 48. 4U In 7.1 In
clualte. Part lll.-l'lenr. No. IU2. 22. 23, 24, 23, 26,
27,2. 2U, :m.3).32,n., 34. 33,36. :l.3, ilO. 4J. 41,
42. 4.1.41. 45. Pari lV.-4'lear. -Short causes. .Not.
U62. 15W, 1815. 1863, 18.11. l'Jj, 2100. 1400, 213V.
ef inaucinl, (
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HUMM'Jvl A r
U4M-. vr.n mm;
I t f4turiUr the ulr o( St. paul In ih
Xvw Yurk hhat'lt Ksrhaiiftt wrrt t)jJ73 tiart'C
In llu l'unM)UdI(H Cxchmiie uriv (('.u) ,hrr.
nil IhrroUuu wahIiiK vt twilsftlu lhe tonnIMt?il;
.NiT b.u they are aujr lu$ tt-ooj tudiit,lui t
raUMi Ihrrt 1 im otijtft In ut tloluy. whli It I well
know it that une-half of the bu&luettiutbe oMcr ikurtl
li " wah " lu tho au live kttM'kt.
rhuattTtTtlaU'iui-ui UliawtT thnsawha uj that
Urst lou raunot be dealt In ou thr roiu.lUiatnl Ex
tliuuK. have tMJtiie .loo ami l.Otnj tvliart trader
nhu lta'e fount) out thai ! rcrut, oo rachonirr,
aiuouutluctu ,0(m prr yrmr un ltMi haresa Ur. U
wurtbMvTna. l)npluaud beruuvlm-eU.
T. E. WARD CO.,
UANLXI'.IIM A Nil UUDUEK8, '
31 AMI 3J UllOAUWAY. NEW VIIHK'.
. L . ,INVI'.STHE.Vr. a-s.si,
Vought ami aold lor iau or on 3 lo 3 uercrBI. margin.
Call or send for our dally letter and rln-ular.
1.270 BKOADWAY NKAK S3U ST
Lvposltaof $25.00and upward received. Dividends
Eald semi moothly. aimall iBvestors hava aaia pro
f. X. kVASS, Jit, CO, 24$ isUIW WJi- CUicitu.
Northern Pacific Railrcad Co.
HECONU MOHTI1AUE BOTtn-a.
Thethlnl conseeutlre default nn the ScVi,i rfc
sse Dond of the Northern Pacific Railroad I'vnitn,
hsa this day taken place.
The arbitrary attempt rf the receivers le Tin,, ,.
oiltatandlnx necelrers' Cerllllrate lN('KI:vin
TO $).VMK,000 1IPIIN Tl'.ltMH Wlllll.tv
VNVARItANTKII AMI WITMIItT ,
IIProTU.NTY T4 Till! nONIIIItil.t:
erm to hi: in: 1 1 ha h kii rAR m psj '
FOII.11D.and lirstrrntioiia personal effort" He, ,
mlttee hsa atwv-eeded In havlns; Ihennpllcatloi t,b
poned until OCTOBKy. STII, !:.
It I Imperative that Immlhnlders should ilrpoai: ha,r
bonds nKFOIti: THAT 11 A V with the Sfy
YOIIK SrXtmiTY AND TltUST COMPANI , v., ,X
Wall Street, New York, In order that their Imerntrl
may be aitequately protected. Kngrareil rrrttleauall
which will lie Hated a soon as a majority of the i.n lift
hare been deimslted, will lie laauetl by the Trie t ,,ra, I
pany for lhe Ixvitrl.
NKWYOIlk. October 1st, Isnl.
.Kin.NKTON I.IVIMJSTO.N.rhalrir,,. W
llf.U(INT('I.ARKi:, Vlee.fhalrm.ia. S
i.UTin:it Kot'.NTzi:. p
llll.NKV 8, HIIDMIIMI,
I'UAKI.r.H ra. PAIRI llll.a.
ciiARi.ix it. ivniuiiT.
m:.,iAMiN r. iii:.m:i-, jr.,
SIICHAIU. II. CARIIIIZO, Connsel,
W. i:. KIl.NKR, Hreretnry.
120 llrosdna). New York.
NORTHERN PACIFIC THIRD MORTGAGE
BONDHOLDERS' PROTECTIVE COMMITTEE.
Holder of Third UortKiKe Bonds who hav
not alrradr ilepoaiitil their Itouils with tats rninniitteet
are limed to do so liefore Katuralay, ei, O. an aa tn
add wrliiht to the niiialtlon whlcn this commutes
Intends to msku on Oct, ) nsffstsllna1 Uie pendimr nn.
plication for the laatin of PecSlver's Certlflcatea to in
amount of $3,0181.000 nn terms which are cnl(iilie,t
to fnmr the Junior securities at the expense nf third
In otir opinion, your Interests are Jeopardlred hr
the f.irt that the Trustee of your mortgape la ,1,, th..
Trustt of Junior mortasaes. and by the fsei that
other committees who have assumed toactonvone
lielialf are much morn tarcely Intnrestnl In the junior
ais-urltles than In the third mnrtirsjre bonds. Von h,ve,
now nn Impartial renrcarntatlve before the Court.
Kvssa K. Olek, 1
4'hnrlea II. Van .NoetrnBd, I ..,..
Hai Knthsruber, .lr ' I Committee.
ClinrleraaffBte Tower. fr,. )
I. I. NMnat.Sceretarv. t
AO IVnlt !., .Nerr York.
Desoaltarjt New York naaraiiavy sal lai
ateaemltr Co.. M Cedar at.. K Yorts.
TO THE BONDHOLDERS OF TOR
Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michi
gan Railway Company
AND ITM HEVr.RAL TUVIHIONs,
Before deposjtlns; bond under any ot the puldiahe
plana for Reorganisation, you are requested to a win'
the action of this Committee, who are now prrp.innr
and will shortly submit a complete and feasible pi4a
for the Reorganisation of the entire System.
OEORI1E W. Ql'INTARD, Chalrraaat'
KUE.NEZER K. WRIGHT.
Prrat. National Park Bank,
J. EDWARD HIUIIONH,
ITest- fourth Natrons I Jisak.
BOBERT M. 3AI,I.ATTAY.
Prest. Merchants' Bank.
AM OH P. UNO.
LORD, DAY .fc MRD, Counsel
D. a TATE, BECUETAni.
i 00 Broadway, ff. Y riry.
First MortgaRo O Per Cent. Horn.
GRAND TlillSK m SOUTH HICilKiif
Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Mich. R), Co.
No plan yet proposed for the reorganliatlonnft),
property meets wllh the approval of your Comidnas,
To secure due acknowledgment of the uperl..rltr
your securllles concerttsl action la Imperathe, aalts
avail themselves of its benefits Bondholder, ihdi.ll
deposit their bonds AT ONCE with the Xwilti
FOLITAN TDUST CO., 7 Wall St., N. Y.
The time for making deposits Is limited toth-lr
OtTODER next, after which date a penally -,
Incurred. , , . t
H. V. MARTIN. SO Broadway. '
CYRUS J. LAWRtNtT, Ol BroaS .
HIMON BORO. SO Naasaai Ht.
1IENKY K. afeUAKS. 40 Wall Ut.
aiAH. II. OLlPn ANT, Bnial Kt.
STOCKS, BONDS. oii.tr.
bought and sold on commission for cash or on a mar
gin of rrom a to 5 per cent. Mocks. In tots or in m iu
shares snd upward, drain. 1,000 to fl.000 bushrlv r
more, as ordered, on the New York, Boston, snd I'M
cago exchanges. Commission, one-slxtaentli.
rrlrate Wires to Boatoai d Chicago.
Wrlteorrall for our 30O-PAOE MANUAL," UHia
trjwd with maps, v and giving highest and Inor.s
pneea for ten years, and other valuable Information
on STOCKS, BONDS, COTTON, and WHEAT.
I8HUF.D S3 RATI N AND MAILED FRI'.C
Twenty years' exrlence and a eltentele the lire eat
CitoWoSSV0 J" NVw Yorlt- BANK KEVKHESrC,
PUHNlSIIKl). Private offices, with tickers lr cou
renlence of customers.
HA1GHT & FREESE,
Baatiera Je llrokere, S3 Ilromdsray, N, T. ,
Address for Trlegrsma and Cable,
" HAULB4 LONDON."
IAJSPO.V. September, 1SH4.
rK beg to announce that ou tho First dsy of u to
ll ber we shall remove to
1)1 OLD llliotli STHKKT, UINDON. E. C.
where we will coutluuu tho liuatneaa of Americas
, . WALTER DEL MAP. A CO.
WALTKR DF.I, MAIL
EUUENE DEL HAH.
Member New York Stock Exchange.
Ornck op the wist mde connthuctios cbZ
. SEW VOllK, .lllg.ll, 1SI.
Notice Is hereby glveu that the directors of the M'est
HldeConatruetloii Company have made an aaseaimenl
uixin the capital Block of said company of $'.'u p
shsre. pavul.le Oct. ;i. leui, to the treasurer of the
companr,:UNaaiuiutt..urto the Central Truat Com
pany. A4 wall at.
Crrtinrates aliould be preaenled al time of maklna;
payment In order that said payment may lie atampe4
thereon. r. K. IWiBCESTEIt. Tnsaurer.
giviilfttt.? rntrt eMittrrrut.
rrHECESTUAL TBl'ST CtTPANY'oKNEW' 'inlilC
1 will distribute on am) after Oct. '.' to the l..,.ers
of the fidelity luauram-c Truat and tsare Itejsiali . om
panv's certificates of ei,utlalile Interest luihi .i.vks
of the Chicago tins Companies of record ta-t an
amount euual to 11, i-rent. of thepar value ..ftheir
holding of the said tertlflcates of ibo lidelilv I un
liany. The I rainier lis.k. will ilo-eisi. sal .: P 1L,
aud reopen on i s.t. V3at 10 A M.
P V OIjkTT I'revlilenU
?ALI.AT1N NATIOV4L IllNK. N'HV YORK. hEPT.
VI .'Dili, isol.-Thedlr.vlora.if llil- Uink hate this
ds deilarnladlilileuilof II VI: py.lt CENT and an '
extra dividend of ONE PER t'P.M . ut of the earnings
of llieiat six months, paabtu ouuud after IHtober
The Iruuafer botdta will retn.iln elnac.1 until that
date. AllTHtHW MIEHMAX t'jahlir
DO YOU NEED flAONEY7
LOANS III' ANY AMIII'NT
to rmpeeiBlde lalilllle on their 111)1 N:IK.B
ri'ltNITl'HHi.Uncii. Ac . without remuvalurlii
cvitkeulrnee, ou any eaa) r. Isavina- Utala.
Hulne- traosa.-ii.Hia I II M i:itl ATK, PI,
win nasuuie la in., almve the aamo .-oundvutlal rela
tloiuhtp as jour lawyer or family phi atclan. bueclal
atlenllon tolaillea. (all or write.
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f advertisers will
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nience. Advertising for THE SUN
is accented at regular office
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