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atplotO. 001 1004 H4 U4a
Un 8t 4s, r. On si B. a,
1807 111111S ISO H4 1141,
Cn Bt 4s, o, Un 8 04, r,
1807 113 114 1888 108
Cn 61 , r, Un St 6a, r,
I 1MB 183i 184 1608 100
Cn 81 4. o,
18SS 1B34 23
I RAILROAD A1CD OTBKTI B0WTJ3 (Tit 1,0008).
lOAtchadJ 4a.. 47 BHorfAWenB 73
3 47V 10 0 73V,
26 47S 1 73
16Atoognli 82". 0 73
C8 624 SNT&Buagnl.. 72
2 8ETa 4HTCratlit,e.lS0a4
loAttAFeoln.... U 1 180T
2AmSMo 70 3NWfB 112
2AJOoAWlst 28 lONWcn 1414
6 AtchAC.lst... 28i 4NWfdb8,
6 20 1888 US'
2 204 UWdB,80y.ll2s4
23 80 2NWdB,2yrl07a
jn,wayA7thAT 10KY,OWr4i 94s
I conB. 118N 10 041
0 Brook El lt... 701 13 04
' 7 Brook UnOos.il 0 12 O AHlstspd.,103
81 ChOgnUas 74'. 6 1034
2 74 2 103"
3 74 30rllAN4s.... 83
0 74Ta 1 OhloSolrt..... 88
6O.nQcnTBs.l01Ta 6 88
C 102 10hlo8ornl.tr. 04
2 0.IrfcDlitfia.100 ' 1 OreSLo. tr..l 104
3 ChlcANPllt.tr 42V1008Uunro.tr 76'a
BCenPao08a..l024 2 704
I SChlcAKIgnlBslOl 4, P.D AEls1,Edl03
3CenaltrlK.. 014 3 P,C,CA8tL44.
65 014 rA 1004
C 0 Col Mid 4a, t r. 14 6 P.C.CASt L 4,4a.
fiChleOLAOCo serB 1004
1st 064 2 r.0ftCUtcnCil054
10 Den ROcn.. 884 2 P, 8ALE 1st. .102
0 88'4 2It.WfcOM6s.lS04
3 Detroit O Da.... 724 2 120
4,3 E priorMl 054 2 Rock III ex fia.. 1044
w 11 ErgnlllenfMs. OG's 13 104s4
OETenn 1st 100"e 10 Rooklilax8a,rl03
$ 1 EqoltOfcFlstlOO 4Rbfc Dnr Iat..l214
2FdlsonRIlst..H04 1 Readgnl 4a.... 814
3EdlsEIonBs,.100 1 Si's
7 Ft Worth 1st... 684 fi Bl'a
10O.n'g8A.M 1 RloOWlat.... 73
Pfia 004 10 SoPaoof Calcn 86
1 HABtJonCs.HS lOSt PA Ma cn
10 HockValBs.... 74 44a 107
2 nT Gist 5a.. 1084 18tPMaSd 1214
5BATG gnI4. 004 66tLfcBF4a... 064
6 604 18tPgnl4a 101"
2 004 6 1024
( 8 Iron Mt 1st ....1024 8 1024
B6 1024 OStPcon 1344
10 1024 2 8tP,D A OtBo
13IronMtOAT..1024 os. 1104
lOIronHtSd 1034 4BCfcGalst... 014
14!ronMtBa 764 2 SoR'way.B.... 00
26 70 OStJOIlat.tr 51
10 744 6 614
21 75 2TexPaclat6s 804
6 Iowa Cent 1st.. 03 21 TexPac2dln. 214
EOKanPcon.tr.. 744 7 214
5 744 10 214
3 744 15 214
6KeokfcDMCa.l044 6 214
3KanfcTex4a.. 85 1 22
6 Laclede O 1 at.. 044 0 TC.I AR.Bel 884
6 f.. 06 lUnPaxj90s.tr.1034
10 L At &PF lst.l 164 2 Un Pac 07s, t r.1034
3 LoafcNctSs..l03 5 Un PaoOOs ....1024
lOLoaAN.MAM 4UnPacaf.tr.. 03
4as 1044 0 Union El 1st.... 74
ll.AN.PAAlst 074 0 744
lOLVTerB 1114 1 744
2 Mo. KfcElst.. 034 0 74
2M AStL cn Os.1034 7 U P. DfcOlst. 30
7 103 2USJRRC4sll24
LMnR'y4a 044 2 USLeath 8s... 1 13
. SOMobAOgnl.... 674 2 Wb 1st 1004
h 5 074 7 1004
3, 074 11WabSd 08
1 Mo P col 1st Ba. 63 1 074
6NorPacT 1st.. 100 1 074
3 NorPao 1M.0..11C4 3 07
10 NorPao Jit, r..H7 10 004
t G 1104 2 00
1 NorPprioM.. 884 10 WeatSh4s 107
. 7 884 2Wlllm A SFBalOO
l 10 884 6 107
62KorPaognl8a. 654i 10 Wb A LE 1st.. 014
' 1 654 5 WlsCcn 1st, t r 30
s 20 66 2 WIlkesAEslst 80
l l'STAS 1st T.. 10741 2 804
J! Total salea of railway bonds (par value). tl.SOB.OOO.
I' RAILROAD AMD OTHER BnARES.
k Open- nighr Low- doting ,
H Ealet Ing ft, ett, BM Atked.
20 Ad's Ex 148' 140 1484 148 160
348AmSRpl034 1034 1034 1034 1034
, UUOAmBM. 134 134 134 134 134
t.".'0AmBMp 344 344 344 344 344
l. H7AraCabl 88 88 88 88 00
33AmTob 784 70 784 784 784
B34SATobpfl07 107 100 100 107
22An.COM 124 124 124 124 13
lOOAinCOp 67 67 67 60 67
SFe... 114 114 114 114 12
SFe p. 23 234 224 23 234
IllHAArbpf 204 264 204 204 27
USD Day St O 04 04 04 04 10
S03BUnO. 084 084 084 084 00
BT.oucanSo.. 404 604 404 604 504
4170 Cues AO 184 184 18 184 1B4
f070ChlcOa 784 784 774 78 7B4
BtL... 32 334 32 324 33
4B00CAN W1004 110 1004 1004 110
8480 Ch. 1)4 Q 774 774 77.4 774 774
041(1 C.MAStP 784 784 774 784 784
SBOC.M A St
Ppf....l38 138 138 1374 138
teeoCRIAP 084 00 08 084 00
100 Col Fuel. 214 214 214 214 23
tuSSConOaa.160 160 1674 168 1684
BI7DAIIud.l004 1004 1004 1004 110
tOBD.LW1674 1674 167 167 1674
10 Erie. .. 144 144 144 144 144
800 Erie lstp 34 34 34 334 344
lOOFrieZdp 104 104 104 10 21
7 SBOOrnEleo 36 364 344 364 364
f 14IBIUCent.. 064 004 064 06 074
1 888 III Steal. 344 36 344 34 35
lOOIaCenp 26 26 26 24 20
It, (too K 4PM. .27 .28 .27 .20 .30
P (150 Lake Rb.l 004 170 1004 170 1704
I lOOLacIOaa 244 244 244 24 244
' 17SSLouN. 404 60 404 404 404
8788 Man Con 864 874 864 804 864
' ' lOOMexNctf 14 14 14 1 14
J 20MetTraol084 1084 1084
X (lOMkbCen 084 084 084 00 100
UOMAStL 10 10 10 184 20
M741MoPac.. 184 10 16 184 184
VOOM0.KAT 13 134 13 13 134
0BBM.K4TP 314 314 314 314 314
lOONHStlp 66 66 66 66 00
IBCBKJCent 044 044 034 04 044
81141 NYCent 004 100 00 004 100
tUIONatLead 264 264 264 264 264
40KatLdp 014 014 014 014 014
, lOBONVfcBtL 144 144 144 144 144
i 100NT, CA
IMn Tf ft 73 7S 7fi
M60 It Y, 0
l BtLtp 334 34 33 34 344
1 80KY.LW1204 1204 1204
20NY.84W 84 84 84 84 0
Wpf... 264 264 264 2ft 4 264
I17NWp 274 274 274 274 28
!00j?orPao 134 134 134 134 134
48BNPaop. 374 374 374 374 374
mOntfcW 144 144 144 16 164
VOlUNp 41 41 41 42 434
840Or8L,wl 114 114 114
. OSS I'm Mall 204 264 204 264 204
L 4404 Phil R. 264 264 244 244 26
100 Phil All
lp,wl 604 604 604 604 61
' lOOPulPalOlOl 101 101 101 162
4000 l'b'nlx SI ,06 .00 .06 .00 .07
B. 3B0 8tL8F 44 6 44 6 64
P Fist p. 304 304 304 304 40
f lOOStl. AH
I F3dp. 144 144 144 144 16
I lOOBILBWp 104 4 04 104 104 11
I IJ4SbtPAO. 024 024 014 024 024
I BOOBtanrutT 04 04 04 04 04
li' SOOBoPm., 144 144 144 14' 1
V1 , MBRollwy. 04 04 0 04 04
ami Vfc jiaVOTaaT 1 & ri V ,4jfe
! Cm- e CTratag ,
W fa. tat, at, Bid. A&U.
1811 Bo H7 p. 084 284 B84 284 884
XOJBTOfcl.. B74 B84 B7S 874 SB
S8 86UTRB101410B 101410141084
eiOTexPao. 04 04 04 04 04
t8SUnFae 7 7 7 7 74
lOOOUSRab. 10 174 10 174 18
810U8Rubp 064 074 064 074 08
800UBL.... 84 84 8 8 84
lOOOUBLp- 604 604 60 604 00
.Sf2Mh- " 6 '
Besswabp.. 164 164 14 144 16
14 W-FEx. 1004 1004 1004 100 103
8847 WU Tel 86 804 86 804 804
lOOWfcLE. la, !a, ia, ja, it,
tOSWfclJtp 41, 44 44 4 0
Total salea, 230.002 haras.
BOSTON OLOSIMO QU0TATI0K8.
Bid. Alk,t. Bid. AtUd.
BoaAlb..B15 810 AmDellTelBCl 222
DosAMe...lOO EriaTel.... 00 004
CMoJ 00m. 1044 1064 West Eloo.. 244 264
CbloJpt..,108 100 OenEleop.. 76 80
McwEnjrp. 00 Dos Mon..l 274 1874
MexCen4a 074 Calfcllecla380
OldColonr.178 . Osceola..... 324 334
WE Room. 70 71 QnlncyM...100 110
Domln'nC- 8 84 Tain Mln... 120 lBl"
rniLADKLPm cixjsino quotations.
Bid, Jtkfd. Did. jIHrd.
LehtsbVal. B64 264UOImpCo 734 74
LCSNCo. 30 40 WOLCo.. Xi. 43
PennRR... 531, C34E18Ucoui. 204 204
OPRofl.. 18 F.IBMpf,.. 28 20
PhllaTrao. 714 714Pn,L4Po 164 164
Union Trao 12 124P.LPp 344 344
E4PTC. 73", 74 WeUOrom 10 21
Met Trao. ..107 108 WolaOpf.. 03 03
CTofNJB 28 284WNYP. 124 124
OTNJBBa 804 00 IlaltTrac... 1B4 184
uniCAGO CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
Bid. Atktd. Bid. Atttd.
AmBtr'bd.. 27 28 Lal-8"L" 174 184
Canal ft D.. 024 N Y Biscuit 444 444
Chlollraw.. 11 N CliSt Ity.230
ChDrewpf 30 WCli Stlljrl03 104
CltrR'way.232 236 Met btk.... 44
Dlam'd M..140 1404
LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS.
Atcblson.aap 144 Norfolk W pf.. 104
Canadian Paclflc... 634 Northern Pattllcpf. 384
Chesapeake 4 Ohio. 184 Ontario & West 164
Erlecon.aap 1-1 a Pennsylranla. 644
Frlolstpf 344 UeadlnK. Istap.... 13
Illinois Central 074 Bt Paul 80
Kansas 4 Texas.... 1 3I4 South Railway 04
Lake Shore 1734 South Rollwar pf .. 204
Louisville 4 Nash.. 51 Union Paclne 7
New York Central. 1014 Wabashpf 10
Tuesdat, -March 10.
The market for securities vrns unsettled in tlio
early dealings by n drop of nearly 4 points in
Missouri Pacific. This movement, following n
net decline of uioro than '2 V cent, yesterday,
naturally aroused fenrs that there might be a
substantial basis for tlio most alarming reports
that w ere current regarding tbo proporty. Tho
cxtrcmo decline elicited almost simultane
ously from President Gould and Director
Saga statements that a formal announce
ment "ill be mado to-morrow relative to
the payment of coupons on tho company
bonds maturing April 1, and that they
were prepared to anticipate tho payment of
thoso coupons at a discount of 0 V cent, per nn
nuui. The speculative community was e. llttlo
slow in appreciating tho Importance of these an
nouncements, but when it did so Missouri
Pacific began to recover as rapidly as it had de
clined, and it closed nt the Bamo price that it
did yesterday. What has actually taken placo
within tho inner clrclo of tho management of
tho Missouri Paclflo system during tho last
forty-eight hours may novcr be learned by tho
public; but tho action of tho stock indicates that
a situation of more or less gravity has been
faced and disposed of satisfactorily.
Tho doalings in Missouri Puctllo were abnor
mally large, and ncro approached only by Sugar
Refining. Thnt stock sold ex tho quatcrly divi
dend of 3 V cent., and tho prico was further
lowered by sales based upon tho Impression that
the proposed now tariff, if enacted into law,
would seriously impair tho profits of the Ameri
can Sugar Refining Company. The best infor
mation obtainable is that tho proposed tariff
would not reduce tho profits of tho American Re
fining Company moro thnn 1,000,000 a year.
Ilesldci, thcro isn possibility that tho now tariff
measure ma) bo amended in many respects be
fore it is presented for tho President's approval.
A fairly Inrge borrowing demand for Sugnr
Refining early in tho day, and a moro pro
nounced demand nt tho close, particularly the
last, would seem to Indicate that a good deal of
thu recent selling of the stock was for short
account. Tho Street certainly has been very
bearish on tho stock for somo timo past, becauso
of tho probable reduction in tho degrco of pro
tection enjoj ed by tho refining industry.
Tho so-called Vandorbllt stocks wore again a
noteworthy fenturo of tho market, for they
were firm throughout, nod, owing to tho final
improvement in prices, thoy all closed higher,
under tho lead of New York Central. Thero aro
trustworthy indications that tho New York
Central Company is likely to follow tho examplo
of tho Lake Shore Company by arranging at
onco for tho funding, at a low rate of interest,
of Its high rate, bonds that mature a few years
hence. Owing to tho greater actltity in Mis
souri Paclflc and Sugar Refining, tho transac
tions were not as well distributed as yesterday.
A number of stocks that received cnmparatl -cly
llttlo attention closed materially higher, among
them Illinois Control, Lackawanna, and tho
United States Rubber stocks. The closing was
strong and attivo at about the best prices for s
majority of tho list.
Final sales compare wltb thoso of yesterday aa
JtfrtrcA lB.JfarcA 10 JtfarcMB.JSfarcMB.
A.T8Ke 12 114 N Pao com. 134 134
A.T8Fep 234 23 N Poo pf... 374 374
Am 8 lief ..11 641 134 NY Cent... 004 004
AmBHef p 1054'1034 NJ Cent... 044 04
Am Ton.,.. 784 784 Oraahacom 024 024
AmSpM... 134 134 0nt4W... 16 144
AmSpMp. 344 344 Pao Mall... 204 204
CanadaSo. 404 604l'ull PCar.102 101
C.C.CftStL 32 324.ltockIsland 084 084
C.B4.Q.... 774 774lileadlng.... 264 26
C0nOaa..160 1674(StPcom... 784 784
CbtaAO.. 184 184SoR'way 04 0
CnlcQaa... 784 78 'ho ll'way p 284 284
D.L4W...1664 167 IMLBWp. 104 104
Del A Hud. 1004 10048tandR AT 04 04
Oen Eleo .. 35 364,Tcxas Pac.. 04 04
Illinois Cen 04 D041TC,I Alt .. 264 2B4
Kan A Tex. 134 134 Union Pao. 7 7
KanATpf. 314 314 UB Rubber 164 164
Lou Nash 404 404 UBIlulipf. 064 074
Laclede Oas 244 244IUBLeath.. 84 8
ManhCon.. 864 804'ULeatbp 60 604
Mo Pacific. 184 184 WabftPem 64 64
NotLead... 264 264 Wabashpf. 154 16
NatLeadpf 014 014JW Un Tol.. 85 864
Government bonds easier. The 4s. r., of 1007
nndtho 4s of lD'Jo closed 'a V cent, lower bid
each. Railway bonds llrm. Tho fonturcs were
Atchison general 4s, Atchison, Colorado and
1'acillo lsts. KnnsaB Pacific consols, t. r Lo-,
liluli Vnllty Terminal 6s, Union Klonted lsts,
Wheeling and Lake Erlo iBts, Iron Mountain,
and Walmsh Issues. Tho moro Important net
advances were In Atchlwin general l, 4 V conU,
to 8i!Tsi Atchison. Colorado njid Pncltlo lBta. 1,
to 30: 11iIrIi Vnlloy Terminal Oa, "2, tollla;
1-. ,.n,i Hhnrt l.lnn tTnlntl rnnSOls. t. T.. -. tO
70: Union Klovattd lata, H. to 7 1, and wheel
I111; anil Lake Kriolst. 1 Wtcnt.. tool's. Tho
notoworthj declines wcr' in Iron Mountain 5s,
a V cent., to 7Bi Kansas Paclflo consols, t. r "a,
toTlJi Wabash lsts, -V, to 100s,nnd 2ds,2V
cent., to 00.
Commercial price of bar silver In .Vow York,
Gi!c Har silt or In London clceod at 2Sa. Mexi
can sliver 1I0IIRI6 WLrc ijuuted at ligii4l4c.
Exports to Europo to morrow 080,000 ounces.
Money on mil, lsuU4 cent. Timo money
2-j V tent, for ninety ilaa, 3 V cent, for
foiir, 11 e, and six months, and 4 V cent, for
nine and ten months on good mixed Stock Ex
change collateral. Cominrrilnl paper quiet.
Prime Indorsed bills receivable nio quoted at
HiVront., choice and prime sluglo nnmes at
32!(4 V cent., and good names nt 4S V cent.
Foreign exchange w as hoary and low cr. Dual
ncss for to-morrow's mall was very light. Con
tlnttntal exclmngo was dull nnd weak. Posted
oik ng rates foFstcrllng. W.bll'o for long bills
and S.1.8H for ilmnand. Actual rates aro: Long
uill74.854jlN.a,i'i "'H'11 'IfU'l8. 4.H7, and
cnbli transfers, lr4,H7)4. Krants aro quoted at
6 lbtiMS.lH's for long and u.lUViifl.luiorhhort;
roii-lisiiisrks. 03(305 1-1(1 for long nnd 05 7-10ii
UOic fur short; guilders, 10 1-l(M10'a for long
nnd40it(al0 B-lli for short.
Domosllo oxthajio on Now York: Hoston
Par anil C cents discount. Charleston lluying,
nor: selling, 's premium. Sjvnnnah-liuyliig,
1-11 off 1 selling, par. Nov; Orleans llauk. VI
premium; comuiorUal, 23 cent discount. Bin
Frandsoo BUhi. 10 cenU premium 1 telecraph.
80 oenta premium, 8t.Loul Parbutofreiredak
20 cent discount. Chicago BO oenta discount.
Cincinnati Detween banks, 40 to 60 cent dis
count; orr counter, par.
The exports of general merchandise from the
port of New York for tho week ending to-day
were valued nt $7,010,834, against S8.008.O18
last week and 98,040,220 for tho corresponding
week of last yean The exports since Jan. 1
were 977,000,014, against 878,003,040 during
the corresponding period of last year.
The Chicago, Mllwaukeo and Bt. Paul Railroad
Company reports gross earnings for the second
weak of March of 8014.384, a decrease of 110,
210 as compared with the same wook last year.
" Tho Daltlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company re
ports gross earnings for February of $1,720,230,
an Increase of $187,230 as compared with the
samo month of lost year.
Tho Rureau of Statistics reports that tho total
Taluoa of tho exports of merchandise from the
United States during tho month of February
and during tho eight months ended Feb. 28,
1807, as compared with similar exports during
the corresponding periods of the preceding year,
were as follows:
February $70,770,308 77,701,00t
i:HM months ending
Fel. 28 734,030.023 003.080,673
In February last the exports exceeded tho im
ports by 820,070,030. In February. 18110, tho
excess araountcd.to $10,22:1,788. During tho
eight months ended Feb. 28, 1807. tho excess of
exports orcr imports was $312,478,040, and tho
excess for the corresponding period of the pre
ceding yenr was 801,472,010. In February,
1807. tho Imports of gold exceeded tho oxporta
by $208,003. and during tho eight months ended
Feb. 28. 1807, $04,1711.1172. Tho excess of ox
ports of rtlvsr over Imports during tlio eight
months ended Fob. 28, 1807, was $33,000,018.
Tho receipts of tho Government to-day were:
Customs, $3,02,04fl;lntcrnalrovonuo, $208,807,
and miscellaneous, $0,374, a total of ttt.1,350,
880. Tho disbursements. Including $000,000
for pensions, were $007,000, an excess of re
ceipts ovor expenditures of $2,383,800. The
receipts for tho fiscal onr to dato have brcn
$225,080,021. nnd expenditures $272,101,334,
an excess of oxpcndlturco over receipts of $40,
420,413. Tho net assets of tho Treasury at the close of
buslnt as to-day, ns olUcially computed, compare
w ith those of yesterday as tollows :
.Vurra IB. Jtfaren 10.
Oold coin nnd bullion ..(lnl.UH.tm lnl. 148.103
Ktlrerdollarsandliulllon. 17,000,178 17.788.70H
United Mates notes 18,5!(0,188 17,000,857
Other assets In exieas of
demand liabilities 58,2811.883 27,003,143
Available tnsh balance.
IncludlnuLotd balance $212,020,(103 (218,880,870
Money 111 London. 14V cent. Rate 07 discount
in open market for lioth short nnd three months
bills, l'j V cent. Amount of bullion gono into
tlio llauk of England 011 bnlanco to-day 203,
000. Paris luh lies quote 3 ' cents nt 102 francs
20 centimes ex Interest, Exchange on London,
20 francs 10 centimes.
Tho Atlantic nnd Pacific, Income Hondholdcrs'
Committee g is notlco that it now represents a
lunjorlt) of tho ' is. but at the request of a
number of forclg " "jtho timo for rocolvlne
bonds on deposit .llunhnttan TnistCom-
Sony has bcon o. ro March 23, after which
ato a penalty c of 1 V cent, will bo Im
Tho sales of m'- - stocks at the Now York
Consolidated Sto. . Petroleum Exchango to
day were as follows.
Opm BloK- Lovy Clot
Salet JVama. ing Ml. at. Ing.
2300 Brunswick...... .12 .12 .10 .10
lOOConCalAVa 1.20 1.20 1.20 1.20
4000 LeadTllle 10 .112 .10 .12
1200 Pboenlx of Arts .06 .06 .06 .06
000 Small nope: ... .65 .66 .60 .60
Total salea, 0.300 shares.
Klectrfo Stock Quotations.
B08TOT. March 10. Thectoslnequotatlonsof electrlo
stocks to-dar were:
Edison Electric Illnmlnatlnz 150 162
Oeneral Electric 35 354
General Electric pt 76 80
Lamson Consolidated Btore Serrtce... 21 22
Westlnghouse Electrlo 244 264
Westlnghouv) Electrlo pt 61 62
Fort Wayne Klectrto 4 1
Fort Wayne Electric (series A) 2 34
Thomson Houston (series C) 3
Thomson Houston (scries D) 34 4
Tuesday, March 10. Giuin Wheat Spot
was quiet. Sales 10,000 bush, for oxport. Of Kb.
2 hard winter 8,000 on private terms free on
board afloat, and 8,000 No. 1 bard Manitoba on
prlvato terms. Free on board afloat No. 2
red, 835b303'bc.; No. 1 hard Now York,
S?"; No. 1 northern spring Now York,
827acj No. 1 northern spring Dulutb, 84sc.
Duluth received to-day 21,420 bush., against
147,080 lastycar; Minneapolis 78,200, against
147,840; Chicago 20,300. against 22.030; Mil
waukee 31,800. against 30,000; Toledo 17.G60.
against 10,000; Detroit 4,040, against 3,082
last year. Futures declined 4c. to la, but re
covered most of this. Futures sales 8,080,000
bush., as follows :
Opening. Iltghttt. Lote'tt. doting. Mglit.
March ....80", HIU 804 H14 14
May 7ai 7DT, 70 708 704
July 7 7S" 773, 78", 78a
September754 734 714 784 764
Barley Was firm. New reeding-. 204s cost and
freight to Buffalo Malting. 83(842o. as to quality.
Hye Was nrm. State. 40.434140 : So 2 Western,
87'.4.ni-jC. cot and freight to Buffalo Com Spot
was dull hales 111,000 bush. None for export. Ho.
2 mixed In elevator quoted at 284c No 2 do 8,00'j
at ill) 1-1 0c. dellered; steamer yellow, 28c.; un
graded mixed. 8,000 at 27c; steamer. 28c. Futures
declined hie. Future sales S3.000 bush, aa follows
Opening ttlghttt. Loiiysf. doting Sight.
March 24 204
May 30 30 20T, 20. 30
July ai :; 314 314 314
Oats !iot was qul.t 8'jej 73,000 bush, including
4 11)00 So 2 white cll(rfd at 24VtS2&4c. free on
lsiunl afloat for export, No. 2 white, 24c.; No. 3 do .
22Ljc.; No. 2 do clipped, 25c, No 3 do . 23c , rejected
do, 214c .track do, 30,1100 at 23i.H)c; No. 2 mixed,
22P..NO 3 do, 2U-.S rejectnl old. 20c. No 2 do.
delivered, 2.1c.. track mixed. 21(424c. Futures de
clined c. Future soles, 10,000 bush , as follows,
Opening HiQhett. Loieest. doting. Mght.
May ....Jl 21 21j 21", 2l
The cables tiMloy were disappointing In view of tbo
sharp advance here yesteruay. and led to general
eelllng depressing prices The crop news was uiure
faturable and there was no disposition to support
prices, subsequently, however, prices rallied and re
covered moat of tho loss Tun liradttrett statement
was bullish, showing a heavy decrease In tho world's
av Mlablu supply, late advices from tho W st v ore less
favorable and shorts cohered. BraditrttVt reported
a decrease In the available supply In this country,
east of the Hockles, 1.213,000 bush.; the European
supply dei reased 2,304,000 bush , and the total
worlds supply decreased 4,077,000 bush Liverpool
declined 4d Berlin declined 4c Paris declined
4c. un wheat and 10 centimes ou flour. The North
western receipts were 230 cars, against 3J7 last week
and 507 last year. Chicago received to-dav 8U ears,
against 32 last week and 51 last year. Corn declined
with wheat. Liverpool declined 4d. Tho available
supply In this country, accordln to Bradttre't't, In
creased 1,07,000 bush. Chicago recelvod 101, cars;
the recelpta then to-morrow aro estimated tt 111
ears Oats were easier. The ' visible" Increased
SH.uOObush, Chlengo received 814 cars andoxpecVs
153 to-morrow Chicago, March 10, 181)7. "The pro
valllnK bullish Influence In tho wheat market at
present Is the crop damage reports, which hare been
very numerous tiMlay. Ht. Louis sent reports of
damage from the Southwest aud taught wheat
liberally. There July was very strong and ad
vanced about 2c V bush Trading here was
largely In the same future, ami tho buying which
developed during the session narrowec! the spread
between that month and May to atwut 1c, Cablea
were very illsapiolutlng. Llveriiool closing 4d.
low 1 r for futures and 1 4d. lower for spot Purls and
Berlin were weak; Antwerp slightly higher. The
weakness abroad was tho principal cause fur tho de
cline hero of nearly a cent V bush . Immediately
follow lug the opening Ht. Louis partlea then tecatnd
free bu era, shoru did likewise, aud all tho offerings
were almnrhed, causing au advuuee of eiver 1c. V
bush . half of which was lost, the closing showlnganet
decline for tho day of c , compared with yesterday.
Jlntdttreet made a decreaso lu the world's visible of
4,000,0110 bush , while tho crop reports were the prin
cipal bull factor. The large sales of flour at Minneapo
lis yesterday was a substantial bull argument. On
the whole, however, tho market did not respond to
this nc ws, and the closing looks weak and disappoint
ing to holders Tho only conspicuous feature in corn
was large selling by u local trailer. Oata were also
sold quite freely by the same party.
I lout Was steady, but quiet. Sales 10,100 hbls
Receipts 12,010 b,HB5
Exports 80b 120
Uprliig In bbls: No 2 extra, 2 S08'J 7Si No. 1 extra,
S luwss 85 straights, Sliitsi.lo; patents, (4.3069
(140. .Mill feed was quiet but steady Ilruu (40 ns )
J 100 Bs.(lni70c 1 shorts (00 Its.), 1 V70c , mid
Hugs (HO to 100 bs ), 1l.V4t.7Oc; sharps (Hue), 751380c.
CoTTOi spot cotton hern was unchanged, with sales
of liu.l bales for ex iort. and 200 for spinning, Middling
uplands. 7'4i', agulnst 74c. last year: New Orleans
and llulf, 74c , against u4c. last year Mobile and
Norfolk advanced 1-1 He. and Iisltlmore 4o. New
Orleans sold 5,000, Augusta lUU. Mobile 400, havan
null 304, Ht. I.ouU 175, and Norfolk 78 bales Liver
pool advnuced 1 Jld ou tho spot, with sales of H 1111O
bales, futures there advauceil 4 to 2 fioliits In Man
cheMtcr yams and clntlis we re quiet Memphis re
reived toelay 131 bales, against 257 lirt week ami
830 last yeari Ht, Louis 8111I, against too last week
aud 257 last yoari Houston .1,111.', imalust l.liu'l last
week and 2,003 lost yean Augusta loo, againr'. 71)7
last week aud 27o last soar, Clnclutmtl H71,
agrjnst 4114 last week and 8il last 1 ear, Memphis
shipped to-day 1,01 1. Ht Louis 1,5111, Houston 2,314,
Augusta 1,18.1, and Cincinnati 1,11 Jl bales Houston
expects temorrow 1,800 to 1,800. asainat 1,480 last
weekand 1,231 last jear. New Orleans expects 8 fiuo
to 4,000, against 5,185 last week aud 2,832 lust
year. Tho receipts at tho ports were 15,547 balra,
UBUln.t 13,157 lutwiek and 1 4.00(1 last year; thus far
this week 37.278. against 42,715 thus far last woek.
The exports from tho ports approximated 1 5,000 hale s.
New Orleans advance d oliita, but lost part of tho
rise. Futures hero advanced .1 toll points, but ro
se tod aud cIomhI Imrnly steady.wlth price unchanged
to 1 point lower. The total soles were 78,500 baits.
Tho future trading was aafollowa:
Clotlng Ulghtit. Vavtt, Salet.
March 0 t)8f7.00 7.00 8 00 200
April 7.007.03 7.08 7.05 1,800
May.,,, 7.0517.01) 7.1H 7,05 .(0,300
---.1 - '- '...,. iiitrn1,,alMiT'''-r 'ln'V
' ' I '
OHyttr. BtBtmtt, Lent.- Bait.
Jue......7.10a7ill ?.1 7.10 0.700
Jtt7.......7.l4$7.ie 7.81 7.14 4,700
Auirutt......ltli7.1 7.M 7.15 19,400
neptembn.8.(a.l 8 01 800
October... ..S.7S8.7B 0 8t 0.79 400
November.. n.7Bf8.90 8R4 8 70 1.900
December.. e 88ae.S4 8 88 o.ss 9,100
January.,,, 8 878.88 0 89 8 89 BOO
The speculation to-day was quiet. What little tradlni
there was waa ofalooal, featurelaas character, and
the C actuations In crieea wen confined within a nar
row range, and at the close prtoea were practically un
changed from last nljht'a final quotations, for a time
nrloea advanced. Liverpool waa higher both for fu
tures and spots, and the Weather Bureau reported the
Mississippi TUver still rising and above danger lino al
Nsw Orleans, Memphis, Vlckaburg and Cairo. The
semi weakly recelpta at the interior towns were oon
alderablr smaller than last week, and the spot mar
kets In this country were firm and more active. The
buying power waa soon exhausted, however, and In tho
absence of support prices reacted on local selling. The
semi weekly receipts at thirteen principal Interior
towns were 13,855 bales, against 28,212 last week
and 18,060 last yeari shipments 21,458 bales, against
87,100 laat week and 10,402 last year.
Corrxx Ttto on the spot waa dull and weak t No, 7.
04094c. Bales. 2,800 bags Porto Cabello, 719 bags
Caracas, 000 bags Maracalbo, and 000 bags Central
American, on private terms. The future trading waa
Salet . ntghetU Ijneett, doting.
May 2,230 8 55 8 65 8 60CtR 65
July 2.10 R.OO 8 00 8 8008 05
Hoptember. .9,600 f 01 H 85 8 8008 OS
December... 500 H 06 8 03 8 8508.70
Futures, declined 6 to 10 points, oloslng dull, with
sales of 0,600 bags. Havre declined frano. Ham
burg declined 4 peg to 4 pfg American visible sup
ply of Drain, 761.000 ban. tlio was dull at 160 rela
decline: receipts In two days. 13,0001 stock, 984,000:
exchange unchanged at 8 l-02d. Bantos waa quiet at
200 rela docllnei recelpta In twodays, 19.0001 stock,
809,000. Prices declined here to-dav In sympathy
with lower European and Drazlllan cables
Naval Stores cjulct. Spirit turpentine, 994(A
2U4c : eommon to good strained rosin, (1.05.
Pbtiolxcm Crude certificates hore were quoted at
91e 1 In OU City no market. Heflned unohangeil.
Pnovtsioira Lard firmer at 4 6O0. Pork lu fair de
maud and firm. Mess, (Uft(0.95. Tallow, 34c Chi
cago, Blareli 10 " Provisions continue strong. Tho
buoyancy that the market has displayed of late aeema
to have attracted considerable outaldo support. Fng
lists houses were moderate sellers for speculative ac
count at the advance The unprecedented demand from
abroad for lioxed meats continues, notwithstanding
tho fact that prices have advanced considerably: offer
ings aro all taken when near the actual market for the
same. Tho domestto country speculative feoltng Is
? rowing stronger, which, however, ts not an Indlca
Ion that tho market will eontlnuo to go up '' nutter
Creamery, Western, seconds to extras. 17ltsl9c.
Cheese state, full cream, large, white, fancy, 12ft
124c: do. small, 1240. Eggs Western, fresh
gathered, fancy, lo4c.
hcoar Haw tlrnu 89 test, 34c.i 90 teas, D4A
BO-lAc. Sales. 10,000 bagii Draill on private tet is:
2,000 bags Centrifugals. BO' test, at 3 5 10c . and A0O
bags molasses sugar. 80" test, at 2 ll-iec. Kenned ad
vanced o. on all hatd grades to No. 7; Nos 8 and U
Tobacco Sales of 200 cases 1R9 Pennsylvania
Havana at 124c 1 160 caret 1804 Pennsylvania seed
leaf at 12c: 70 cases 1893 do. at lUc: 200 cases 1804
State Havana at 81 Oc. 1 000 casHl 895 Zlmmers at 1 4
OlBo.; 71 cases IRU5 New Kngland Havana at 16f
20c: 200 eases 1804 Wisconsin Havana at SQ9o . 25U
bales Havana at 76c.8d.10 In bond, and 200 bales
Sumatra In liond at 70ci4( 1 .85
CnicAoo, March 10 These were to-day's prices 1
Opening. Tllghett. Lotreit. Closfnff. Sight.
May 7.14 744 78 784 74
July 784 784 714 724 724
Hept 094 704 094 70S 704
May 244 244 244 244 4
July.... 254 254 254 54 2&C,
Sept 204 204 204 2OS4 284
May 17 17 184 184 174
July .... 174 174 174 174 184
May 4 30 4 85 4 80 4 394 4 274
July ....4 4li4 4.124 440 440 4874
May 4 76 4 86 4.75 4 824 4.794
July ....4 774 4 824 4.774 4 824 4.70
..(8 86 (SU74 (8 81 (8 924 f 8 R24
July... 9.00 9 05 8 95 9 05 8 95
Live Slock Market.
New Torx. Tuesday, March 10 Receipts of beeves
were 310 bead, mainly direct to locat alaughterors.
No trading, feeling ateae!?. Dresseel b-ef steady nt
04(ilR4c V ft. for poor to prime native sides. Cables
from Urltlsi markets quote American steers at 119
12c 9) ft . dressed weight; American refrigerated beef
at 9310c. V ft.; American sheep at 10! lijc. ft .
dressed weight. Extwrta today, 060 beeves. 1.280
sheep. 2,470 quarters of beef, to morrow, 4,750 quar
ters Hecelpts of calves, all for the market. 069 head.
Steady and allaold. Poor to prlmo veals. (4a(0 50
t 100 fts Dressed calves steady; city dresseel veals
74310e ) ft.
Hecelptsof sbeep and lambs only 166 head Steady
and all sold. Sheep (3 600(4 7 01 lambs. (30(5 00.
Dressed mutton. 038c. V ft-: dressed lambs, HralOc.
Receipts of hogs were 4,750 head. Including 818 on
sale Easier at (3 903(4.10 V 100 ns. tor Inferior to
good State hogs
The Beafcoard-Southem Fight.
From tht Ballteay Age.
The seemingly purposeless nnd exasperating
warfare between tho Seaboard Air Lino and tho
Southern Hallway, with their allied boat linos,
doos not appear to bo any nearer a settlement
than It was six months ago. This is tho moro
lamentable, inasmuch as tho general business
and agricultural outlook in the Southern terri
tory is reported to bo moro encouraging than for
a good many years past, and it docs not seem
lmpossiblo that, with peace, the competing lines
might make somo money this summer.
Wo have already followed the various stages
of tho complicated conflict in some detail, and
therein nothing in tho latest developments to
alter our already evpressedoplnionslhnt the wat
faro is unreasonable on thu part of tho Scatwanl
Air Line, nnd unexplnlnablo on any ordinary
theory of tho scienco of railroading. Of course,
ifono company is deliberately fighting to com
pel a com (ictltor or othor parties indirectly In
terested in the maintenance of peace to buy its
proneity.it may bo expected to adopt a poller
which la not to bo measured by ordinary stnnel
nrds. Wo havo no certain knowledge that this
is tho real end for whlrh tho Soaboard Air Lino
Is fighting. It mcrclv appears Impossible to
reconcile the company's vourso with any other
Tho management of tho Southern Railway has
show n every evidence of un honest desiro tour
riont an amicable understanding; but nelthor
thnt management nor the intermediaries who
haveofftrea theirsert lco- as peacemakers, havo
j et succeeded in drafting n proposition within
tho bounds of reason which the Seaboard Air
Lino lias been willing to accept. Tho
Sonbnnrd Air Line Is at a strategic dis
ndvantniro In tho tight, and it must
iiecesHiirlb bo tbo greater sufferer. In splto of
this fact there seems to bo no prospect of a
permanent ponco until tho property lion passed
out of tha hands o! those who at present control
it; nnd tho conditions whlchgoccrn thu control
and on which alono a sale couM bo mado are
such that a change in ownership Is very difficult.
Monnwhlle serious injury is being done, not
only to tho two great properties themselves, but
toall railway interests, as well as to tho public
and tho cause of public morality
AffANTIC & PACIFIC
NOTICE IS HEREIiY OIVEM that the Committee
now represent aa,4IOO,t)00 of Donds, being a ma
jority held by tho public, but owing to the delay nec
essarily elapsing In tha receipt of bonds destined for
deposit, an extension of timo Is hereby granted until
the VtllO l8T.4T, on or before which data bonds
must lie deposited either with the MANHATTAN
TltUST COMPANV OF NEW YORK or the AMERI
CAN LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF BOSTON.
Thereafter a penalty of one-half of one per cent, will
be charged, but the Committee will not lie under any
obligation to receive deposits after date flxed aa
above JIlI.Kn sj. HACIIR,
IIK.MIV n. UIIUD,
ww. J. uii,y, jn.,
.. W. JOBDAV
NEW YORK. March 10. 1607.
Columbus, Hocking Valley & Toledo Rail
18 WALL STREET, 1
NEW YORK, February 25, 1897. 1
In view of tha appointment of a Receiver and the
default admitted by the Company to be Inevitable In
payment of coupons due Mroh 1st, 1897, on Ita Five
Per Cent. Bonds, holders of ALL CLASSES OF BONDS
of said Company are Invited to deposit same with ua
for mutual protection
A suitable agreement looking to tha reorganisation
of the property, If neoesaary, will be prepared and
snbmltted to all depositors for approval. Pending a
determination In this respect, we are prepared to ad
vance (35 on each (1,000 6 per cent, bond deposited
with us. ft
Negotiable recelpta will be Issued for bonds de
posited, for which In due course a quotation on the
New York Stock Exchange will be asked.
J. P. MOROAN & CO.
Was HAUD A (PKCIaMTT OV
BANK & TRUST CO.
P. J. COODHART & CO.,
MEHBCHS !. T. STOCK EXCIIAaCIE.
38 WALL STREET,
. suTi 1 -7ii.aaT.i- i . ..- , .., ..p
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Six Per Cent Collateral Trust Notes.
S3 WALL STREET,
NEW TORE, March It), 1807.
To tho Holders of
Union Paoino Railway Company
Six Per Cent. Collateral Trust Notes
Sooureil by Indenture of September4, 1891.
At the request of holders ot large amount of the
abeve-desorlbed note, we naVe been encaged for
some tlroo past In preparing a plan by which the de
sire of certain noteholder for Immediate oaah pay
ment shall be met, and at the ssme time the remain
ing noteholders and other parties (In consideration of
an allowance of preferred stock of the reorganised
Union Paclflo Hallway Company, a hereinafter men
tioned), shall arrange to take over the collateral
which Is pledged for their present debt, and to liqui
date the same within a definite period, In such man
ner as shall avoid any unnecessary disintegration of
tho Union Pacific system
In furtherance of these purposes and after long
negotiations, and with the co-operation of the Com
mittee consisting ot Messrs. Moore, Alexander, and
Atkins, an agreement baa been reached with the
Union Paclflc Reorganisation Committee providing
that the prcsont notes shall bo deposited with uai the
depositor receiving a new Certlflcato ot (1,000 for
eaon (1,000 note ao deposited. These new Certliloatc
will bo Ilirlted In amount to (8,488,000, being the
same as the amount of notes now outstanding. The
deposited notes will be used by ua for tho purpose of
foreclosing the present trust and of purchasing the
collateral held thereunder, so farasdeomed advisable.
The securities so acquired are to bo administered and
gradually liquidated by us (substantially In the same
way we are now doing) for tho purposo of redeeming
the new Certificates after paying Interest thereon at 0
percent per annum from February 1, 1807.
In consideration of tho terms of this agreement,
and ot the opportunity therely alTorlrd to the Union
Paclflo Commtttco to acquire all or nn of tho proper
tie held by ua for these now CortlAcatos, that Com
mittee agrees thnt the reorginlicd Union Paclfle Com
pany shall fay to each Certificate bolder IS p-reont.
par value In Its new prcferro I stock when Issued. IT,
by February 1, 1U0V, there shall not have been real
Iced a sum In cash (In addition to said preferred stook)
equal to the par of the new Certificates with Interest
accrued to that dato, then all the securities shall be
sold, and tho proceeds, to the necessary extent, ahall
lie applied toward such payment; or. If Insufficient,
then, first, to pay all Interest, and, secondly, to make
a ratable distribution on account ot principal. The
Union Paclflo Reorganization Committee assumes no
responsibility for the result of any such liquidation.
Arrangements have also been made with a Syndi
cate to underwrite the financial requirement of the
plan, and to pnrclia4 any notes which the holdora
may desire to sell rather than to deposit thereunder.
Copies of the agreement with the Union Pacific Re
organisation Committee may be obtained at our
office, and all noteholders are Invited to examine
same. Those desiring to avail of the arrangement
therein aet forth are hereby notified to deposit their
note with ns. obtaining suitable receipt therefor.
Holders who prefer to aell their notea to the Syndi
cate at par and Interest aro Informed that they may
do so at our office.
The right f reserved to terminate either or both of
these offors at any time.
J. P. MORGAN & CO.
NF.W YORK. March IB, 1807.
The undersigned Committee, under the Trust Inden
ture of September 4, 1891, between the Union Paclclo
Railway Company and Drcxel, Morgan & Co , recom
mend all noteholders to deposit under the above-mentioned
plan, as they believe It consummation will be
for the best: Interest or all parties to their trust.
J. piKnPOT nontiM,
JOHSJ A. STKWAIIT,
KDUD. KUft), Committee.
a. b. onit,
E. K1.I.EIIV ANDEtUOY, )
NEW YORK, March 18, 1807.
The undersigned Committee, under agreement ot
December 14, 1880, hereby signifies Its entire ap
proval of tho above-described arrangement a being
for the best interests of the noteholder.
All noteholder who have deposited their note with
the Mercantile Trust Company, or with the American
Loan and Trust Company, aro advised to surrender
such receipts to Messrs J. P. Morgan A Co , and to
obtain receipts under the new arrangement. Unless
so surrendered thex cannot participate in said ar
rangement. Holders of existing receipts who do no desire to
pursue this course will please present their receipts to
the Trust Company which Issued same and withdraw
Further action by this Committee Is hereby aban
doned. JOHV a. MOOBB. I
KDtVIV V. ATlUXS, Committee.
JAWKS W. ALEXANDER. J
By ALVIN W. KRECH, (Secretary.
TO THE HOLDERS Of
FIRST ItlOnTGAQE VIVE PEIl CRTT. BO TOO
AD Of THE CAPITAIi STOCK
THE METROPOLITAN WEST SIDE ELEVATED
RAILROAD COMPANY (of Chicago).
At the request of tho bolder of a large amount of
the above securities, tha undersigned bavu consented
to act as a Committee for the protection of their In
terest and to prepare a plan of reorganization,
nolders of Ronds and Stock ore requested to deposit
their holdings with the fi:TUAI, Tltl'ST COM.
rlV or MtW lOItK, at Wall struct, or the
AtlFnlCAV IO AMI TltCMT COMPART. B3
State at , Roston, under nn agreement dated January
SO, 1807, Negotiable certificates of the Trust Com
pany will bo Issued for the deposited securities.
Copies of the Agreement can be had at the office of
tho CRVrrtAI. Tilt ST COJIPAIVV on and after
Tuesday, Kebruary 2, 1897.
Dated New York, January SO, 1807.
FIlKDKItIC P. OLCOTT, 1
Chairman. I r,,,,,..
WALTKR O. OAICHA.
ADRIAN II JOLKfB, Counsel.
J. N. WALLACE, Secretary,
B4 Wall street.
BOUaiaT AND SOLD.
AFWlAlSKMhimH etAJJB Oil QUOTATIONS
iUUNlHJlk.U lOll iKH I'UIICHABK, tJAXK,
Olt KXCliANUh. 01T AJ10VK tfKCUlUTllia.
IsIBTB OH Al'FIilOATION.
N. W. HARRIS & CO.,
u, wall anicur.
gjivhlcuiiis awl $xitxttit.
Western Union Telegraph Company,
Ni:V OKK. March lu, 1807.
DIVIliLNI) NO 114
The Hoard of Directors have eleclared anuarterlv
dividend or ONE AND ONE QUAKTIR I'UIt CENT,
upon tho capital stock of this coinpanj . payable at the
omco of the Treasurer on and after tho loth eluy of
April next, to shareholder of rtconlut the close of
the transfer luoks ou the '.'Oth clay of March Inst.
The transfer hook will ba closed at 0 o'cloc k on the
afternoon of 'larch VOIIi Inst , and reopened ou the
morning of April 1st next.
105 Ilrosdway, New York, March 0. 1807
FIFTY SECOND gUARTKIILY DIVIDEND,
A quarterly dividend of one per cent ou the capital
atock of tula Company has been declared pavabloat
this office on and after Thursday, April I, IKU7.
The transfer books will be closed on Wednesday,
March 17, at 8 o'clock P. II . and will be reopened on
Friday, April t, at 10 o'clock A. M.
D. W. McWlLUAMB, Treasurer,
NOIiroLU NOCTIIKKV II. It. CO.,
74 BROADWAY. NEW YORK, March 10, 1807.
IIIVIUKlU . UO.
A quarterly dividend or ONE PER CENT, upon the
capital atock of this company ha been declared pay
able April 10. 1807, at the office of the Atlautlo Trust
Company, till William Street, to stockholders of
record of March 81, 1B7. Transfer books will be
closed March 81, 1807, and reopened April IS, 1807.
By order of tha Hoard of Directors
' M. W. DOMINICK, Treaaurer.
I ATI! 8T 14 EAST. Warm, sunny, connecting
XU double, single rooms i excellent board i every
A TU 8T.riS EAST. Beautiful room. On table,
JlO in small Catholic family Lenten dlnncrai table
ODD BT.. 884 WESTj New ootmpaati honea rene
Mt vated -and refurnished! del:lous ooffeei table
and service the best! table board.
tt'rt aoatfl atrooMuti.
AsnLAND PLACE. IB, near Fulton all superior
room, board, and fire, (S Improvements! plans)
central) good home,
of itniifJUeasraomflcaVpnrtmtHWto tt
1 1 ftT'' 9T EAST. A large, comfortably fnr
AJLUnlshed room In a prlvato house where there
are no other roomers, to one or two gentlemen) terms
SEVENTH AV.. B500 (108th at.).-rieaaant rooms,
newly furnished, all conveniences, firat-claaa at
tondancei prices moderate.
OflTH ST., 80 WEST. Handsomely furnished rooms,
idJ singly or cn suite) first, second, or third floor.
O.fTH ST.. 401 WIST. A furnished front room,
d Jt sunny, In private house, with owner.
' 'M.TII ST., 0o WERT, block from elevated.
J-Zi Jt Pleasant roomi every convenience) reasonable)
large closets! bath) breakfast optional.
rgnniiiihtrt gtoomg Wanted.
YOUND GENTLEMAN desire a large airy room
(uptown), with breakfast. In Jewish private fam
ily, at moderate termst reference. Address 1L H.,
40 Oreat Jones st.
ytifutBtgwert JftPWU o jget.
fAESlRAriLE HOUSES, furnished and unfurntshod,
XJ In desirable locations! rent (1, (00 to (0.000.
FOLSOM imoTIIEIlS, BUS Broadway, cor. 18th at.
ef urnlghert Homjeri go tt , .
JU for " Picturesque Uoonton "
E. J. CAIIILL, Doonton. N. J.
SurelUnn Homsfu 5Ea jf et CJlta.
Qqr ppii MONTH B story, high stoop brick, 10
pOJ rooms and bath, gas and water) healthful
netghlorhood. DEACOM, 008 Mott av. Possession
ef lntfj awl apartments So get.
3HTII ST., ias-149 KART. Six room, hall
ootii ST., an WEST. n and 4 room, (8 to 810.
t'JU ST., 4'JU It AST. a and 4 rooms. (0 to (18.
I.i:XIUTOV AV.. 1470-I47T. 0 rooms and
bath, halls heated. (17 to (81.
lOBD ST., no BT. 0 rooms and bath, steam
heat. (3 to (40.
coli'much av.. itnn to (iso. e room and
bath, steam beat. 625 to (30.
11STII ht., 115-117 iviarr. rooms and bath,
heat, hot water, 5!"
loan ST., sin i:nt. 8 rooms and bath. (SO.
13TTII ST., UT7-UTU wkst. 0 rooms and bath.
eteam boat, tin to (CB
1ST1I ST., 1O5-107 WKST.-4 rooms and bath.
. eteam heat, hot water, (go to (SB.
intiTII ST.. tun i:HT. Brooma, (19.
Apply to Janitor on premises or
MACLAY & DAV1E8. 44 Pine St.
New Model Apartments.
40, 48, and BO East l2d st , near Madison av.
All light roomat house 33 feet front;
4 room aud bath; modem Improvement)
rent. (14.30 to Jluj
8 rooms, modern Improvements, rent. (11 to 818.
Hot watrr furnished to every apartmont.
j rnnsu ivcvciuvt icit hm.iw.v
APARTMENTS In the Improved dwelling 384 East
71id st , ot t o, three, and four room, all light,
with bath, laundry, but and cold water, and ball
heated! ronta (0 SB to (14
FOLSOM PROS,. 83B Broadway, corner 131b at.
17LATS AND APARTMENTS, unrurnlsbed. furnished,
X In desirable locations; rent (S40 to (3,000.
FOLSOM DUOTHEUS, 883 Broadway, cor. 18th at.
on SIOVTII VTtRK.
134th st . 392-1110 East. B large light room and bathi
heated! near "L" station. Janitor.
SEEINQ I3"BELIEVINQ. 34BEast 4lst St.. aplendld
four-room flats, all Improvement, fine entrance,
carpeted halls andatalrs: rent (10 and (17, to amall
respectable families only! nice kept house) Oerrnan
SlNQLE FLAT, 0 large light rooms: bath) all lm
provement; (40. 138 East 81st st , or owner, 24
West 17th st.
l" EAST 40TO HT.
Large, handsomo apartments to let. sultablo for gen
tlemen, singly or en aulte: highest reference required.
7' Til AV., CORNER 27Tn ST-ETegant. running
through, alt light apartment. 0 room, bath) all
decorated ; Improvement , heated halls Inquire
BEEKMAN. 304 7th av.
9 -ROOM, steam heated flat, very desirable and con
venlcnt to only elevated station having passenger
clevator.Callseelt. Apply Janitor. 288 West 110th.
9 -ROOM STEAM IIEATED'FLATt none more commo
dlous; rent very low. Apply
HORTON'S. 808 Columbus av.
1 fiTH 8T.. 270 WEST. Three rooms. (10.
1U Janllor. or WOOD A MILLER, 210 W. 126th St.
1 fTTH ST.. 283 WEST. Sir room and bath, all
X- light. (27 and (23.
OOll hT, 218 WEST. Elegant outside flat. B large
ii light rooms and bath, all Improvement, rlobly
decorated, steam heated, excellent neighborhood)
QQT1I ST., B2 AND 64 EAST. Attractive flaU, four
00 rooms, bath, range, and private ball) (10,(18.
nnTII ST . 211 TO SSS EAST. New house. 4-room
OU apartments. (11 60 to (I8 60) dumb waitera.
electric tiells, hot bath free to tenants: wide atreett
floors deadened. Omce In No 223.
1 1 OTlTST , 25 WF8T. Elegant Rata, new houses, 0
A.X& room and bath; all Improvement; moderate
1 OfTTU ST., 248 EAST Apartment of three and
-LdHj four rooms; all light room cheap rent.
Co get for guiBtneflfl jgutpogeg.
I7L00RS AND I POWER
: HALF FLOORS DAY AND NIOHT.
TO LET IN THE
BTAIKW .Y8. PLANT
WATCHMAN. 4 ELEVATORS
200,000 PEOPLE PAbS SIGNS DAILT.
For Space apply at
BUILDINO. I OR TO
BROOKLYN BRIDGE. RULAND & WTfmNO,
William and Rose St I 6 Bookman St.
C11IOICE OFFICES TOLET
0 to 0 Beekman st ,
110 to 120 Nassau st.
RULAND & WHITING, Agent,
STOllIC j j THU
TO I In tVIIAOV
LET I DCIIJlIllO.
N. . COR. FULTON AND OOLD
(7.1 Fulton st )
Aliout lHxllO feet, steam heat, automatlu
fire protection, private watchman.
Watson. Superintendent, basement. Fulton, cor. Gold.
a. a. ToTirr7ViitsT-ctvHt i.iohtixiftT
PHUT NTOItV. Ul'lI.IIIXli 1 PAItK IUIW,
VtlTIIMAt IIIVKIlVeLOWPCTlOV,. lli:TaOi
TIIIIIO I.OPT. SIH. AI'PI.V IIOItTO ICE
IIIKIM CO., T .tKW tlltMIIKIM HT.
TlUILDINd, 107 KA8T 121TH hf Five stories! will
X) divide to suit tonuuts, fre Ight elevator and power
If neeilel j suitable for piano or other factory purposes)
also stablo for twenty horses at 2 .ill East 120th st.
Apidy HOKTOVH, 110 Cast 1201h
YjUILDINUH. stores, lofts, omces, and studios to let
St In desirable locations
FOIAOMjmOTHhKS, 111 Broadway, cor. 13th tt.
IOFTS (800 up at OK snl 00 rultonst.
J RULAND AVI"''''1'0, r Beekman tt
MANUFACTURERS, take notice Why remain In
Sew York when you can hire a first-class brick
building, four floors nnd basement, with elevator,
stables, ftc , complete, fur most any kind of business,
close to ferries, docks, nnd railroads, Brookln. for
ouo half the rent ou pay now?
CORN ITH BROS , 00 Manhattan av Brooklyn
STABI.I.S. shop, and lots, 3H3 Houth and 307 Front!
communtcallng MILEH ft HELPER.
801 Fast Broadway.
fPO Ll.T Thre-o iinoTo7u. 2.1x160 feet, singly or to-J-
gcthe r, lu a sulutautlal building, 4,'IH Pearl al i an
office on the iccenil floor can Ijo had with them if de
alredi fine accommodation for a substantial printer
or lltnogruplicri from .uch tho rent, to a large extent,
would lm taken In ni.rk, equally desirable to (almost)
any manufacturing business
rpo I.FT Four story brkk building, Jersey City, on
X Prle sve Itchi engine aud machinery for grinding
and elevating, s iltuble for feed business, storage, or
light manufacturing T. I. THOMAS' estate, Dunel
1 TNKXCl.l.LED light lufis Sir, up; steam healed!
I liower. elevator WlUVi EN, Luglueer, 177 East
87th st , corner !,d av.
TFHY D1SIRA1ILE OIFIL'K for a dentist, at 70
U est SVd at
AfVSU hT , 1 EAST, A light basement to let, aultable
SJ fur a quiet, first-class business Highest refer
O.l IZ BROADWAY. Choice front offices to rent at
ZrxO favorable rates) possession at once. Apply
$ral Cjstate ox $nt rooulp.
BARGAIN' 8.'.700s (BOO iloHii! Iialam (10
monthlv i now two-story two family frame bousei
I I rooms; iloulilei Imp'is , gts, scwcri back atalrwayi
lot 20xlBOi nice street) umr L"
ROBERT F CIlAlll, Atlautlo and Van Slclen av.
got gbiiit or Co et SooUljju.
rpo LET, near ferries A large, desirable store I good
X business location! can be leased for a term of
Tear. Apply to JOS. OALLAOHER, 78 Broadway,
"irhi ' ' . i--swisjg)jgjeailiiiii
gUnl (5stntt g or jatc-jEonii gglattt. ySL
FOR SALE. Choice Sites for Facto- - 11
rles, Foundries, Refineries, Chora IhH
ical Works, Lumber Yards, etc.. w
and Dwellings in New York City. H
43S Iota, with bulkhead water front, on Newtowt Tasssm
Creek, accessible to seagoing vessels, and also front- , vfsH
Ing Long Island Railroad. Very low prices. v4JLbbbb1
H. B. SCHIEFl'ELIN, UBS Madison are , N. Y. Sbbb1
cHeat (ffotnte ef or nle 3ru aeweg: lg
LOVO BRANCH, Cedar av.. Norwood. Hollywood , sH
Parka. Bath av., Monmouth Beach, Rumson Road I J&VSsbbbI
rent or for sale, desirable rurnlsheil residences WtrsiB
II.I.IAM LtMt, Long Branch, n SSiH
IMI.IH.'iiM IilsflllCTI Large lots. (70t terms, ilEBM
(2.B0 monthl) ) high ground i near hoit.es. taTasBBl
WEATHKRBY, 271 Droadway. ' 'OsbbI
dor nlc or Co g:rt iTcic 3!crueu j9
BLOOMFILLD, N. J. To rent, a Queen Anne bouse, -Ofll
containing 11 rooms, alt modern Improvement wrusarJ
flnlahed In hard wood throughout and In perfect iaIH
order) open fireplaces In the room finely located); "wflarJ
fire tntuuW u alk fiom station rs4afj
NATHAN RUSSELL. ' TjSM
rpo LET Westwood, N. J., drug store and dwelling 'SffiH
X combined I good location. Dr. ZAIIUISKIE. . WB
Seat ffijatntc ef or JSate Jensen Cttu. B
NUW nOUSES, n and 8 moms and bathroom com- ifrlH
plctet dry concreted cellar) furnace heattngevery iuarl
room) parlor, dining room, aud kitchen ou drat floors SfiPI
amplo hall and closet roomi mantels and mirror) ( Tvsl
handsome decorations range, hot nnel cold wtr, 3r
tuba; large yard) trolley ronvenlent) 22 minute to a
New York! everything required by people of rettn. JarJ
ment! prices. C.HOO tint ( luo to (Bnu down, balance s$
easy, like rent. WALTER CONDICT, 1 Montgomery
st , Jorwy City. tiSB
geal (Sstnte .for aUtateattfl U
F0nSALtC STATEN' ISLAND. f
VERY CHOICE LOCATION. 'Mm
47 acres Todt mil, tableland, with superb views of !wl
the ocean, Long Island anl New Jersey shores, ota, !,
sultablo for villa tiltew, large hotel or to divide into s. Wrl
lou. 8. B UCHIl'Fl KLIN, 03H Madison are , N. Y. JkM
Heal state or ate (California. ' ml
CAMI'flltMA Income ranches, choice city and -i'jfl
suburban residence proerty, acre tracts, large colony iSfLl
tracts) no Irrigation required) mtnlug property. Bona fl
for cataloguo. E. E DUNCE, 'Ark'W
1008 Broadway, Oakland, Gal. '"H&k I
Seat (gjitatejr ate (Conneettcut. M
Cfin CAI P A fine country seat In a lieautlful town. jftr
rtlll OHLI. Large two-story tioiiso and barns, with Sl
88 acres of land. Extensive lav u. shaded by lBvarl- flfi
etleaof trees. Convenient to church. xn. omce. stores. iffis
and R. It. An Ideal summer homo. For particulars W?
L. IL RANDALL, Lebanon, Conn. f
,?eal Cjstate $ot nt. M
F3UR STORY modern flat. 0 rooms, hath, (tO.OOOt ,'&
only (BOO cash. HOLLAND KIMBALL, 114 Weai efSPi
81th at, f fSRt
riwo STORY, basement, and cellar brown atone gRj
X front house, eleven rooms; all improvement ;lt wari
ono left out of alx! will be Bold reasonable on very NEsty
easy terms. ARTHUR SEITZ. , Jg?
m 11.18 Bloomfleld st . Hoboken. K
OOfl Anil BUYS four-story house, half blook. ,wfe-
ffliU.UUU from Park! West Flghtles. $
HOLLAND KIMBALL, 114 West 84th Si, ' 'JT
Seal (Sstate For .Sate (Countrij.
TVERYELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT - fi
for sale at Great Barrlngton, Mass . on main street) ' 3&1E
ten minutes' ilrlvo from station: newly bullti all fflKH
modern Improvements! electrlo lights, hotnouae) iEpf
billiard and bem ling alley In separate building! tin SRfti
stable: also farm stable, 2U acres In all. Apply on
premise to owner, or ra&
J. W. P., Post Office box 1812 New York. -M
4?or Sale or Co glet Countrjj. c- qM
COTTAOES Shore and Inland. i 'ffjj.
BUONN A URONN. 41 Union square. . 3J
HUDSON RIVER Cottages along tho Hudson fo 4Wi
sale or rent. HANNAY.2 W. 14tbst .room 20. -i
eal (gistatc at gmetion. M
u 111 sell at auction on jiltig
THirtUDAi. .iitiicii in, hot, ;2&
at 1 2 o'clock, at the New York Real Estate Sales- $'
rooms, 111 Broadway, . . S&
tn o choice plot. B$:
BORTTinAST AMI MOItTliWEST C4HlKKBa K
WADSWORTH AVE. AND I84TH STREET, 'Jl
three loUeut side J&&
ABSBTFnilAM AVILUE. ,.-Ti
north of 1 07th stroet, - SnBft
ono lot north tide v-
1H1HT HTRBBTo lv
near 11th arenue, 3il
and three tots coat aldn zan
VTADS..OUTII VKUtt, M
between 1 74th uud 1 7Qth atreett. 9l
Map, Ao , at auctioneer's office, 111 Droadway, ifflfr
PETEU K. MEYER. Anctloueer. " jjk,
iv 111 sell at uuetlon on ASsi
TIiriWDW, 51 Alien 111, IflOT, fffif
at 12 o'clock, at tho New York Heal Estate fiOt "-sKj
room. Ill llroadnor, 2K
4 etor) brick ntoro, with lot, y&i
NO. 534 1 I TH AVENUE, 1
Aortheast Corner 41st Street, ,rJB
and 4-story and basement, high stoop, 3f4n
brownsteme ilwelllug, with loft, 3M
Xo. 4S1 Wnt 4tth street. Wfl
Maps, Ac , at auctioneer's office, III Broadway. 3gS
giauofortrj;, Oroaiw, &e. '
Contain man patented Improvements of great nrao- IM
tlcal value found lu no other pianos Wonderfully 3g
rloh. expressive tone: neat, tasteful cases JSn
RENTFD. hOI.I) ON INNTALI.MENT8.
RENT APPLIED ON PURCHASE.
New and slightly used Plane 'Mo upi will exchange SJK
them within year at lust wh. 701I pay for them for .?n
NEW 1VKIIS A I'OMI s J?S
LOUIb J. JOSCELYN, 10 East 10th at. ,gS
Warerooms HTl'CK HAM.. It KANT 14TH ST, "8
Full aasortmeut of tbeso reliable Instrument. Alo jff
numtier of secnud hand grand and upright and m JM
lot of square pltmos of various inakesaudat all prloe. jU
for sale on easy terms If rnnulred. V
PIAMIH TO HgVT. BJ
A HPLBSiDIU oi-l'oVTTCMITV to buy our high- f
grade pianos on very easy terms: superb case! rich aiH
volume of tone, and scientifically conatructed. Un BBH
exreptlonnbln bargain. In .lightly lined up. JBIal
rlghtH and acrondsliand nqunreau Write for cat. bBH
logue or call at once. NEEDnAM PIAMO ANDORQAN
CO. BBEast 14th st. nH
"T FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, $14B: to monthly! t-ttU
JY Chlckerlug, bargain. WIS8NER. 80 Montgomery JM
at . Jersey City. BH
FINE bTEINWAY. 817H! 0 monthly! upright, VH
bargain. WlhSNFR HALL, 811 Broad M.7 Itevfl VBBI
ark, N. J.
I7LEOANT UPRIOnT PIANO tlOH. 8 monthly! B
J Btelnwny. bargain, WISSNFR. 85 Bast 1 4th st7
GREAT BAROAINS this week in square, upright,
and grand pianos: no reasonable offer refnied.
BEaat 141b, at,
H. S. GORDON PIANO8.
Rented, sold on easy terma: tl2D up,
jau oth av.. between 20th and lilat at.
LAROE. fancy, upright CbIrkcrTug,$130, bargaloi
rent ei 00 1 fwtory. WFhFlt I1ROS , Bg4 W.48dst.
OIlCASiN. tl down: gl pervveek.
I'IAOS, tl monthl). J At Oil IIHOTUERS.
103 East 14th at, New York. .
1U3 Broaelway, Brooklyn, f
1041 Broadway. Brooklyn.
4 on 8th av , Brooklyn.
OUR HPFC1AI. for this month, new cabinet grand
upright pianos: all Improvements, ';.': payable
S7 luonthly, uarrantcd live eara. TWAY PIANO
O , Ha 6th av. Tway'a Muslial iluost mailed free.
R. M.Walters Pianos
RFNTfcD 1AS1 TFltMHi IXCIIAMI1 II fid UP.
IIS, IOT WI.NT IIIII N1.
SPFCIAL SAf.h this" week of second hand pianos 1
siiuare. uprights, and grandsi nrlcea low: term
easy K.STI.Y A MAkf., B Fast 14th st,
STFINWAY. Simi. t'l monthly, upright, rent 3.
WIsSNFIt, 01U Fulton st, Brooklyn! open oven
'I'lIIRTY full slrn aqiiaru pianos, best make, 67
X each, CB monthly
U ISSNI'R, aud Fulton at , Brooklyn.
UPltinilT PIANO glin, monthly: 8teinway,
burgalu, rent 1 1 WIMSSI.lt, Mi .stato st., near
Matbu.h uv , Breskl)U
CI nfi-TEINWAY PIANO, cost tfnOOl upright.
tjplUl Installments, ft, organs, $20) rents, 92
IUDDI.E'R, 7 East 14th.
CVffir, -EIJOANT TTa"ootaveuprlght piano,
p lUl. nearly newj stool, covir. 1110 W. 47lhst.
Tnoi.mNO PAPFH DOXF1 for patent medicine, mall-
A Ing boxea, Ac t eiulck piiuilng of carda, envelope, '
note heads, Ac J, I' II M Fits, BO John at , N, Y.
CiF.T Rini nulekli 1 send for "100 Invention il
I Wanted DHAIt rAfEAto, !i4n B'auy. N Y. ff.
1JATEN1B for Inventions prucurcel promptly 1 low A
rates ROI'.DUl A BRIESbN, VJ Naisau St., N, Y.
ANTED An Idea. Writ JonN WEDDERBURN k
A CO . Patent Attorneys, Washington, B, 0H tot '
Uwlr 11,800 srlM, j -M
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