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THE SUN, THURSDAT, OCTOBER 8, !W2.'
C. 8 0. AGENT FINED
$15,000 FOR REBATING
I'lcuth'd (Jiiilty to Charge of
l'Myiii" Koi'wnnllns: Finn
JUDGE HITS AT "WO MAN"
Dttt Disrognrds I'roseeuior's Dc
niund Tor ti Prison
Judge Julius Mayer in tin Criminal
Hranch of the Hulled ,Stuten District
Court yesterday lined Williiim L. DUino,
general importing freight agent of Urn
Chesapeakci mid Ohio Itcitlroiul, J13.000
lor rebating. Divine had pleaded guilty.
It in alleged that Divine, on Ix-lialf
of the railroad, entered into un agreement
with Wakcm A McLaughlin, Incorporated,
a freight forwarding concern of Now York
nnd Chicago, whereby tho latter received
n monthly consideration with which It
teduccd tho transportation eihnrges of
nhipperfl whoso freight they handled.
In return the firm pent all it shipments)
lietween Now York and Clilcago by tho
hesflpoakfl and Ohio. Wokcm and Mc
laughlin were Indicted and fined recently.
Before passing sentence iJudgo MAj'er
"This man is merely a subordinate., and
AM suoh han to do the bidding of his
HUpertors. He is net as deserving of
punishment as those who have dictated
. thu policies he aided in carrying out. Wo
want to get the big man behind liim,"
Untti State Attorney Wise in appeal
eing for a drastlo sentence said:
"We will never cot at tho big man so
I Jong as the little fellow is able to stand up
tuna pay his fine. If, however, the little
follow is sent to Jail he is likely to squeal
cm the man higher up."
"Then we shall tlx a penalty that will
affect the big man. answered Judge
!Iaver. "I line tho defendant JlS.noo."
This fine was paid over by Divine's
PROSPERITY CHORUS HEARD.
Mntifnrtnrrr Iteeord" Prints Ten
Patten of Letter.
Baltimore, Oct. 2. Ten pages of letters
from manufacturers In all parts of tho
country published In this week's Issue of
the .Vnnvfacturtrt llrcnrd tell of remarkable
nctlvlty everywhere and in every line of
Industry. Summing up these letters the
Manufacturer Rrrord says
"A rapid expansion in business Interests.
Increasing activity everywhere, factories
overtaxed with orders beyond their capacity
to fill, a growing scarcity of labor, especiully
if Million mechanics, a car shortage which
in many cases is greatly retarding ship
ments, a shortage so pressing in some
cases that one report tell of cement being
delivered by the use of passenger cars as
well ns cattle cars such is the condition
of business t lirouuhout t he country as voiced
by leading manufacturers In every section.
"Almost oer nleht there has come upon
the country, silently nnd scarcely foreseen,
oien hv the shrewdest financiers and busi
ness men, a marvellous change from inao
livlty to great activity. The steel works of
the country are wholly unahlo to meat
promptly the demand for steel products.
HuUding operations are everywhere de
layed hi- ine Inubility of contractors to
hepiiro rwmforcuig bars for concrete con
M ruction anil architectural work Cement
ruannfacturers, who since im7 have had u
hard struggle to tlnd trade, and what they
loiind was generally ai a loss, are now over
whelmed with business at udvancing prices,
i tid tlm only ilifllculty in the cement busi
ness in inp ian mat railroads cannot
begin to provide cars enough to handle
the nroduc I.
"Many of these letters emphasize tho
l"'iiii uiai, noiwiiiisinncnng uin tact mill
I his Is ,i Presidential year, business men
are ignoring political problems and are
attending strictly to business. Apparently
political activities are havlne no effect
v-iiatever, as In former years, in retarding
business or in preventing manufacturers
from spending money to provide for en
SUGAR TRUST CONTROLS OTHERS.
Foster's Testimony Ill-ought Oat
Jfimt nml llavrnirjer If 100,000 Fn,
That the American Sugar Eellnlng Com
pany directs and manages, through the con
trol oft stock, both tho Huvemoyer A
.Elder rpflnery and the American Sugar
Tiffining Company of New York, as com
'pletely as though it owned those two con
cerns, was brought out at yesterday's
hearing before Special Lvnminer Wilson
B. Brlce In the Government suit to dissolve
thft siiffn r trust.
W. Edward Foster, comptroller of the
American Sugar Iteftnlng Company, who
resumed the stand yesterday morning gave,
testimony to thatoffect In answer to a ques
tion put u mm ny i mien ntates Attorney
It was also broucht out that II. O Have.
mnyor got lioo.ooo from the American Sugar
Refining Comoanv as compensation lor
bis work In bringing the Philadelphia and
other retlnorlcs into the combination
Mr Foster produced from the minutes
of the board of directors of tho American
Sugar Itcfliilng Company the resolution
Instructing the secretary of the company
to pay that amount to Mr Havemeyer
Mr Foster also gave statistics regarding
the ealo of the American Sugar ilellutug
' ompany stock nnd the purchase of the
plants absorbed by the merger.
His testimony will be resumed at 10:30
PLANS BIGGEST MORTGAGE.
l:iul(Hlilr Mny I.eml 910,(100,000 nn
It Kite nnd n- tlnllilliiB.
Ths Equitable Life Assurance Society Is
to take a largo mortgage on the land and
the new building to bo erected on Its old
site on rJrOddwny at Pine, Nassau and
Cedar e.reets. The sire of this mortgage. It
was said ycsiorday at the ofTlres of the
company, is dependent, chiefly upon tho cost
of tho building. This cannot he definitely
ueter r.iincd .n nihnnre
the fln.ro (cr the Imortgagc. Ihowever. Is
1 lurcl .u Jll,;co,r". At this amount the
i 'lUlWiblo's mortgage lll lw the largest
i er leccrried en a single iile- of properly
i ho mortgage, p i unueislooil, illtalio
rorm u a huMilinc loan, the money in
h mortgage transaction being furnihei
. ' various stngps of the building work
I lie cost of the land as paid by Hie IU
"it ( ornrmnv iciently was ?i.'l,WHi,fmn
.e ipi ol construction work, It Is estl
,i r.ieii, n hkeiv in li :i Ix u t f u.aoo.nciii
..e tci.il cnsi nf the ilctclopmcnl of the
l. crony ni,i reach l:ni,(i(m mm. ' ho rain
... . uteres' en the mniigagn. II is hullmml, is
i ,ir in iifll able mi" in I he In-n ranee coin pan v
ii heiwciii V, ami ." per irm ' hn Jill
; i nt I fiiTiimm. ili (.en ' I oleinnn du
'ini bk le.iduu' spirn, is Incorporated lor
NEW VAULT FOR PARK BANK.
It Will He Inlr of hlrrl I Indira
'III let. unit Will Cnst iMIO.nno,
'I he National Park lianUni sn llro.ulwny,
near Fulton slrsel, Isinh'nea new aiiltof
armor sieel four Incher, ihlcii jiou liaiher,
iircluieci for the bunk, fllcil plans wiri ihe
H'llhilliir ieiiirimeiit ve,iniiliiy for ihn
in-lalliitlnn of ihs va ilt. Tim com is ei
muted ni fw.rifi i
I he hulk of (Ids iiiii, Hi.. ac,.,. Hn,i
Ju.'.'... l '" ii'1",'" "" "' ,,,H 1 OIIKllllClloil of ihs
j null Itself, i ,rr, going fi . ,Hari!ing
iig nf ths iniiiii... h.Kiihs and ih iifth.cH of
kf iienos- i.'iuirimenr, ulnch M
l'"iuU " '" "'"""'""'iHle (he new
HOMICIDE RATE INCREASES.
In Ileende , Avprimr Crows Froi
n to 7,'i I'er 100,(100 Population.
Interesting statistics urn contained In
an urtlclo on "The Homicide llocord of
American Cities" In the current number
of tho .S'i'fMiir. According to the figures
presented tho death rate from homicide
"increased from nil nveruRO of G.U per
loti.WJ population during tho ten yearn
ended with lMtl to 1.2 during the ten
years ended with l'.llt,"
As for the intervening yearn, it Is pointed
out that tho rat was slightly below the
iiver.igo for the former and "very con
siderably above the average" for tho lat
ter. Tho maximum rate occurred in IM07
"when It attained to 8.8 ier 100,000 popu
lation." Tuklng tho comparative rate for thirty
cities, the article says:
'1 tin highest homicide rate during the
decade ending with lino prevailed In Mem
phis, where It was 47.1 tier KNi.oou of popula
tion, followed by Charleston, S, C, with
'.'" 7, Savannah, with and New Orleans,
with ;;' i Tho excessive rates prevailed
iilwayslnSoiitherncltle,bnt the rates were
also ery high for St Lotil-, with iL'.t), and
San Iriuuisco, with It!. In most of tho
cities during mil the homicide rale was
above tho ueruge for the decade ending
Hefweein 1801 and 1(110 there wore LI4B
homicides in Manhattan and Tho llronx,
or u rule of 3.1 sr liio.ono xiulatloii.
There wore 107 homicides In 1611, n rate
of 0.0 por loo.flon population, In Brook
lyn for ten yearn ended 1910 there were
M.l homicides, a rate of 4.3. In lull the
rate watt 0.7.
There Is nlso a tnblo comparing tho
nomicitto record or i.ngiawi ana nM
with the registration area of the UnlUi
States, with this statement:
For males and females the overage rate
for England anil Wales was o.n per lOO.ooo
of population, against 4. a lor the registra
tlon area of the I'nltd States. In other
words, there was nn excess of .1,75 per cent.
in the homicide mortality of the t utted
States over tho corresponding homicide
record of l,ngland and n!e Comparing
males only the rate for Kngland and Wales
was 0.0 per 100,000 of population, against
O.R for tho registration area of thp i nlted
States. The American rate, therefore, was
8.:s per cent. In excess of tho KnglLsh rate.
For females the Knglish rate was oiactlv
the same as for males, or 0.9 per 100,000 of
population, whereas for the registration
nreaof the t tilted States the females rate
was l per 100,000 of females population.
The comparison brings out In startling
contrast the disregard of human life In the
I nlted States at tho present time. Tho
subject Is obviously one of most serious Im
portance, not only to life insurance com
panies but nlso to the public at large.
EXPERT SAYS THE CANAl
SHOULD PAY AT ONCE
President's Investigator flnek
From rnnanui With Many
Pim.Am.l.riiu, Oct. 2. Prof. F.mory
H. Johnson, specialist on commerce and
transportation at the University of Penn
sylvania, who has ben in the Canal Zone
as the jierMonnl representative of Presi
dent Taft, returned to-day and imme
diately started on tho exhaustive report
he will make to the President,
One of Prof. Johnson's recommenda
tions is tluit tliHc.mal shall bo made suit
supporting from the outset. Ho esti
mates the annual fixed charges at $15,
500,000. For the first decade ho sets tho
tonnage at 10,500.000 andj for the second
decade at 27,000,000. With this prospec
tive tonnage, which is based on move
ments of vessels for tho last fifty years,
it. ahouid be easy to lix tolls that would
bring un annual revenue of)15,5uo,000.
The canal would have its own niles
for tho measurement of vessels according
to Prof. Johnson, and he now is at work
on a system which he will recommend.
He said that tlm net totuiuge, which will
be about 70 percent of the gross, would
probably be charged upon, and that 2J,
per cent would lie deducted for vessels
passing through In ballast. Kach loo
cubic feet probably would bo reckoned
as a ton, and the charge probably would
be about 25 cents a hundred cubic feet
Prof. Johnson thinks that allowing
American caostwise vessels to pass through
the canal free is a mighty poor sort of a
subsidy, which would reduce the tolls
about $2,500,000 a year without comen
snting benetit He suggests that it would
bo Is-tter to give $2,500,000 direct to
selected American lines sailing from
TAFT CONGRATULATES P0RRAS.
Prcslilrnt Srnds Mriungs to w
Wabhlvoton, Oct. 2. Congratulations
have been sent to tho new Government
of Panama by President Taft in the fol
lowing mossage to Dr. Porras, who has
just been inaugurated President of the
"In extending to your F.xcellenoy on
the occasion of your Inauguration the
felicitations of the Government of the
United States I express my own senti
ments and thos of my fellow citiwins in
wishing for the rerniblio continued pros
!erity and happiness under your ndmin
Btratiori." WOULD SEE U. S. IN HAYTI.
Ship Captain llepnrta .Mnch niatnrh
anre nt Port-nn-Prlncr.
Monn.E, Ala., Oot. 2. Conditions in
Haytl are such that the United Ktntes
Covprnmpnt rhould tako n hand and quell
the constant disturbnncps is tho opinion
of Capt. Nielsoii, master of the Heelierg
liner Atlantis, which arrived from Port-nu-Princo
OflicorH nf the Atlantis told of street
lighting in tho cit vof Port-au-Prince which
makes it unsafe for men to go ashore trom
vessels calling there. The master of tho
Atlantis said he saw several sailors nearly
cm to pieces us tho result of an encounter
with bandits. When tho Atlantis left a
Ilaytieneruiserwas lying at anohorin tho
harbor of I'ort-au-Prince, but her pres
ence seemed to have little influence in
GILCHRIST IS PROMOTED.
Appointed ClerL nf the 1 tilted
Stales lllslrlcl C'nnrl.
Judges Holt, Jlniigh, Maud anil .Mayer
of the I'nlted States Dl-trlo Court yester
day appointed l nitnd Hlates Commissioner
AleiundiT (lllchrlst, ,lr, lo lie clerk of Mm
District Court In place of Thomas Alex
ander, who died In July last,
Mr. Dili'lirlst Iiijh besn Chief Deputy Clerk
and also I nlted Stales CoiiiiuIhsIoiii'i' him,,,
I'.iiii and Is thoroughly Informed In nilml
niliy. eipiltv and liiinkrupicy pracilcii
1'ri'si.uin was brought lo have a politli'lan
Miionlcd to the I'hice, bill ,lh ,luigH rn
untiled Mr (i lihrlsls long service and
faiuillaritv mill llm details of the office
as the ln-t iiMoiinuenilallou for Ills an
Allen IS, 11(10 Null Triin.rcrreil,
I pen the niipllintiun of Nathan Allen,
the 's( nn-.ii liiather inunufaoturer His
suit brought against him in tlm Huprenm
Court hi .Mrs. Iln De Jsnkiiic for
;''. Ismagesfor stocks, jewelry and
other property she alleges belongs in hif
and is i hheld hy Al en was tmiisferre.l
to the I nlted States Dintrict Court yeVier
Xcw Concern Will Take Over
Assets Voting Trust, for
ASSESSMENTS FOR ALL
Preferred Pays $10 a Share, and!
Kxehanges on Six for
'I he final plan of reorganization of the
McCriiiu-llowell (.'ompany, the radiator
nnd hardware manufacturing concern
whose stnashup early In the year brought
a sensational collapse in the value of It
securities, was announced yesterday by the
committee representing the creditors,
The reorgnulntloii plan is or a thoiougli
going nature and provides for the forma
tion of a new company to take over the
assets of the old concern through purchase
by the creditors' committee, All tho stock
of the new company Is to be held In a voting
trust for five years.
In the distribution of the stocks of the
new company, of which there aro to bo
$1,575,000 of 7 per tent cumulative pre
ferred and $3,150,000 of common, the com
mon stock holdrrsof theold companyareto
receive one sham of new preferred stock
and one sharo of new common for every
twplve shares of tho old common and nre
to pay an assessment of $8 a ehare on each
of these twelve shares. The holders of old
preferred stock are to receive one ehare
of new preferred and one share of new com
mon for each six shares of old preferred
they hold and are to pay an assessment of
$10 on each of these six shnres.
The creditors who hold indebtedness
of the company In excess of 2,no,0OO are
to receive 25 per cent, of their claims In
new preferred stock and 75 per cent. In
new common. 1 he claims of the note hold
ers against the resscte Indorsers of their
notes are retained The creditors may.
however, reecho 25 nor ent of their claims
In cash for a transfer of the new securities
Hv tho assessments upon the stockhold-
ersor by the sale of stock if the stockholder
do not subscrlbo the new company lll
recelo $K40,ooo In cash, which will tie used
to provide for the expenses of the reorgani
zation and to supply the new coniiumy with
working capital. Voting trust certificates
will U distributed in lieu of the stock cer
tiorates and the committee of creditors
is to select the three or more otlng trus
tees. Tho preferred stock is to be redeem
able at any time at llo per cent of Its par
value and accrued dividends
The creditors' committee says that when
It tool: hold tho actual condition of tho
company, as contrasted with Its condition
as reisirted in the company's statement of
April, mil. prood to be n shocc. As a
result of the Investigations the assets
of the company were found to be $2,1,0,161.
other than patents and good will, against
indebtedness of over 2.oo0,00u. W. E. S.
Strong, brother of llenlamlii Strong, Jr ,
of tho Hankers Trust Company. In an
examination of the prvperty of the com
pany, estimated the earnings alter certain
linprot etnents in the plant at $20'j,(ioo a
ear, gradually to Increase to $320,nno,
DEPOSITORS' OUTLOOK POOR.
Unlun Hank, Hxperta ST, May Not
l'a Kvrn no Cents on Dollar.
Deputy Superintendent F.. I.. Dodge
of the Stato Hanking Department, who
has charge of the liquidation of the col
lapsed Cnlon Hank of Hrooklyn, announced
yesterday that under tho most favorable
conditions there will be no payment of
dollar for dollar on tho ,000.000 deposits
carried when the bank stopped business,
Some ot the bank experts who have been
following the liquidation proceedings say
the depositors will not get more than 50
per cent and thai the probability Is that
thev will receive considerably less than
Mr Dodge is hopeful of bringing about
the settlement without much further delay.
MUST GIVE EXTRA $1,000 BAIL.
JeTTeller Who 4,'lalnird llr'il Open
Holihril Must FnrnUh $12,1100.
Georgo Hichtnan, the jeweller of ill
Second avenue who was found bound
with ropes a week ago Sunday and tolrl
the police he had been robbed, was charged
In tho Tombs court yesterdav by Solomon
Sllberfeld of 35 Maiden lane with obtaining
diamonds mider false pretences, Hlch-
man, who Is nut under $1,500 ball on tlm
same charge In a civil suit, was put under
another $l,oon by Magistrate lireen for
examination lo-morrow on tne criminal
Richman went to Sllberfeld to purchase
twenty-two diamonds valued at $l,o.5o
Sllberfeld deposes In his affidavit that Itich
man said he had $750 In the .Mutual Alliance
ami irusi company ui that time, whoreas,
Sllberfeld swears, he only hod $15.t.
DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 The statement of the
rrcf Ipw ntl expenditure of tho Treasury shows;
Yesterday This Month. Fiscal Year,
necrtpts.. . ll.M5.S9i (l,815.Wt n7,M9,rili7
Expenditures MU15 890,115 183.MI.5S3
Rurrlns . 1425,50 M25.S80 Def.5,Ml,SB
The receipt from customs yesterday were
lMl.W: from Internal revenue, ordinary, J7M.S29;
corporation tai, (707, and miscellaneous, $!X).Pn7.
.National bank notes recrlietl for redemption,
The cash statement of the United States Treas
orrr for October l shows:
Gold coin and bullion iiM.OOo.nno
To redeem otiHtandlng certificates, ..$t,5M,Ug tss
(iiilil coin... ,. K.VWl.m
(lolcl certificates HOJW.OIO
Silver dnlUre S65,imi
Silver crrilflcates , il.a&n.mu
t'nttert States note" s.noi bit
National hank notes,.. . IO,Mti'558
Certified checks on hanla nnlsaa
Total . . . . .,
Deduct current liabilities,,.
Working balance In Treaaurr,,,,., . I00.1TM71
In national banks . , . , , 83JM.4M
Silver bullion, aubatdlary auter and
minor rota 37.4M 171
Awaiting reimbursement 50 041
Cach balance , ., . 1,W0,1W
Live Stock Market,
WEDNESDAY, October I,
ftecelpls of rwffvc-a were 1,4a head. Includ
Ins :o car for the market, niaklnr, with pre
vious arnvala, an ran on sals, ftieera mainly
common to fair, were senilis; slowly at about
Mead? prices: mod to etaoliw were rated firm
In ii khnrtn hltlirr, hulls ami mwa steady In
Mroiif wlih some sales of mwa 10c, hlaiirr
Niieral cars nf sierra unsold, Common in
tnlrly good stew sold at $VJfl'a$l.o per 100
Ihs i bulls at ijj5 men at 4,asf.fi0
Drt-sifid heof slow at 11 (r Kin par lb for na
tive siileai Oftlfln. fur Tv.iu hnif
i. 'TO1'.1" '!l cvr? 7" .' """I, Includ,
Hue K57 for the market, making-, with the stale
ncU hih nn Vjal. weri salllnV lenar"
alb at full steady tirio vrasMrs smf hul,
lernullis uni'hanei, Tha inns wero ahnm
cleiiri'it Cnnimon In oholee veals sold fit tit
tl'Jin iwr loa Ihs.i nills at $r, 5p3i7.5oi
srasboi-s finl Iniltrrnilli. at IHtS.5a B1
nml mixed i'alw.a al $ti7,60. Dressed calves
unlet at lJtiUU,, jot lb r cityrtrBsi
inalsi ciiiimrv iressMi at Hm, , amui
srasiera and liutterinllks at i(rle?
lliiiltH nf ahd.p and lambs rare ,m
ha.ul, Incluillnar It cars, for the market, 8hwn
wiiii ipurt ami iinclianirad In price I Tamha alow
ami iisimral aalua lOfilBn oweri the pens
wiTa not lullr iiioared, fJommnn (o prims
;h..ep sold at ii.lQii nor Uv Ihaj nulla at
S3 1 common to oliMm lamhs at 4tu1 ,7s.
Wllh lint hiunv ..nlr.. V ta. 7 -Y - ! . 1
Vlt j.T.Tmr,tjonXw,,ar' o, VK
jfrasamj Tamha A
. ivafatptl of hnsa we
annul 4 oars for the r
f,fi trie, hiitiar at $i.
were 6,174 haad. InrtluJlnt
'I'"' ml " "m ana. ana
" ; '." .! i d per lta iu
iiuurhs mid at $7 Ilfli, '
COPPER BUYING SLACKENS.
Kesttnar Mood Aaauiued 1'ollorrlnic
Hreord Uuylnc Movement.
Copper buyers rested on their oars yes
terday, with tho result that producers nnd
lolling Interests told of unimportant trans
actions during the dav The geiietal price
of 17?. cents was nmlutulned throughout
the few transactions that took place
Cables were quiet so for as orders were
concerned and tho domestlu consumer
n upon red content to awult the forthcoming
Copper Producers statement,
following a record volume of business,
the bulk of which was booked during tho
space of a week.lt could not bo expected
that thl buying could be very long main
tained. Tiik Ht'N'fi estlmato of approxi
mately 100,000,000 pounds old a week ago
tells the story, ns that great volume of cop
per will replenish forsoernl weeks tho much
depleted consumers' bins.
Consumption of copiier In the United
Stutcs this year will have established u
new high record. One of the clectrlral
manufacturing companies will during 1012
consume about 100,000,000 pounds or copjior,
reprosentbig a 50 per rent, execs over nor
mal conditions. Another prominent cop
per consumer stated that his requirements
tills yenr will ho fully double those of mil.
I nsold eoper supplies In producers
hands have been reduced to n minimum and
aro the smallest known for soveral years.
Tho copper miners' strike nt the Hinghnm
camp In I'tnh spread yesterday to tho Flv,
N'ev.. district, where the Nevada Consoli
dated Copper Mining Company is the largest
producer. That camp was selected as tho
point of nttack by reason of the fact that
Nevada Consolidated Is controlled by the
t'tah Copper Company, which has been
shut down for about a fortnight. As a
result of the Dlngham strike It Is under
stood that two refineries of tho American
Bmeltlng and Refining Company have not
sufficient pig copper on hand to run full
capacity, (iarfleld Rmelter of tho Ameri
can tirnolttng and Helming Company,
which lias been able to operate on surplus
stocks since the strike at Illngham, will
have to close soon on nccoutitof Its inubility
to got copiier from mines
Tho Anaconda Copper Mining Company
yesterday reported Its September produc
tion at 24.500.000 pounds, he compared with
2S,?50,ooo In August. The Miami Copper
Company production for September was
reported ns 2,Plti,tfn ounds, comparing
with 3,ws,730 pounds In August
Prices of standard copiier closed as fol
lows: Yesterday Tucfdiy.
Hid. Asked. Hid. Asked.
Spot. ., 17 25 17 25
Ortober 17 -.'5 17 52 17 25 17 52 1 s
November 17 rt, 17 17j II 25 IT JJ'-j
December 17 2.. 17 cB'j 17 2'i I. .5
J-eail 5 in ft in
Spelter . 7 ,'l 7 75 7 nt 7.7..
Tin . 50 20 50 .17'i to ml .'i 10
London prices w ere:
; s. d. J." s. d.
Copper, apot 77 .1 u -s 7 a
Copper, futures 7s 3 , 15 o
Tin, spot 227 III 11 227 7 a
Tin. futures 22S 5 r. -.la 2
Lead 21 5 O 21 15 (I
Spelter. . 27 10 0 27 in ii
Pig Iron, C. W as 7'v
ChtcaAo and Alton:
1512 Clung, s
Third week Sept. . J3S1.1J7 Dec l.3S
From July I. . . l,t:s,i:S Dei- 114.20b
Detroit I'nlted llalUav
Second week Sept I2:S,701 loo 135.054
From Jun 1 s,0o!i.407 Inc. 'J5I.13.
rtOCK ISLAND LINI'.S.
The P.ock Island I.ltiee report for AueusI:
Oper rrtrnue.... 10.614, 3sC lnc H.1,1.1
Optr expenses ... I.JU3.5U1 lnc
Net oper. rev.., $2,110.57 lnc
Outside p tdefj. 15 137 lnc
Total nel rev
.. $:.oM4i inc
Oper Income .. I1.S5S.KI lnc
Trom July 1:
Oper. re-llUf ... ti:,352,2(!t lnc
Oper expenses ... 8,64,353 lnc
Net oper rev .. 3,i;6,90s lnc
Outside op (def ) iH.jC! 1 Ill-
Total net rev.
12,657.40; inc ti.o:o.:::
47.ll Inc 31I.:SK
Opsr Incoms... I3.17S.73S lnc ISSO.tr.3
MISHOUm. KANSAS AND TKXAS
The Missouri, Kansas and Texa R.illuay
system reports for August
Opr revenue.. . It.631,7:: Inc 1310 ot:
Oper expenses ... 1. (.29.5)0 life 53. 941
Net oper rev . .
Outride op. (def ).
Total n't rev. , ,
Opsr. Income ...
Trom July li
I7JS.S00 Inc. $326 S'J7
Oper. revenue ....
Oper. expenses ,,,
Net oper. rev. . . .
Outside op. (def ) .
Total net rev. . .
Taxes . .
II. 07 153 Inc
J 131. 15C
II. 377.917 lnc
Oper. Income ... 11.105,091 Inc
ST LOUS SOL'TIIWKSTKtlN
Tha Ht Lnuls Southnastern Kallvcay sen.
tern reports for Ausuit
11,078.373 lnr Mil 653
7:2.130 inc 71.740
Net oper. revs
From July 1 .
Oper, revenues ..
1351, 213 lnr
Net oper rev 1720. H4 lnc $J03,3s0
DETROIT ITNTTKn RAILWAY
Ths Detroit United Itallnay Company re
porta foe August:
11.103,504 Inc 1115.(170
731.020 Inc. 53,609
From Jan. 1
17 OI,iai inc
1 33.36 1
Net earnings .. t:,40,m lnc i:i?,o;s
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
Cnicino, Oct. J. Trading continued well
dlBtributed with prices showing an upward
tendency. American Shipbuilding; common
bowed tho greatest Improvement, while
moderate ndvancca wero made In American
Can lasues, Illinois Brick and Vnlon Carbide.
The bond market was active and strong.
Open- High U Clos.
. . et. lug.
400 American Cu... 4.1s 45 4314 ai
150 American Can pf.. 11314 IJ 1K1U pi
$M Am Shlph'tlldlng . M) ill .so Si
13 Chi Kiev lira.,, Wl su so HO
170 Chi PnenTonl,, Mi 54t ftiH Ml
Chi Hysa-rlest. , 23lJ nvj nl? :hl
Itm Chi llys series 4. 3'J 3'. Vi 31I
150 Chi Subway, .,, n' 3 a ' 'I '
18 Com iMIsnn.. . IW4 s; no', las'.
(U llarlHcharA Jlpf lisu pal; ua m'i
50 Int Harvester. !. 1:21,
45 Illinois llrlok.. 72 75 7
En .aunnai Lnrnnn ,l,m
U Nat Carbon pf tin
to I'ae (las & I'lea,, . R4
no imi tan
IM I2t) 1211
M B4 ai
- . w, um, l,ru . lt
on Puhllo Service Df..l(m
li inn inn
Nl Peoples (las
.IHt, 1 174 I 71g I17W
li OuaUer Oau.. .0n sm
M Stuitebaker , 4:l 42U
100 Seara IlcKibuck., 214 24 2131
fSiVfi'iss0" szf 'E' '?.'? m
r. :L'..yi, .1' '.12:4 .i. 'n,4
1111 uuiun 1 aroitia,,, , iwn iuit B1
wonn Oil Hvsjst 6,, vl oou txj
13lCjilTala,, ., imi. lot 1(1)74 tot
a'" U" 1 "u inuios,, uj uj iu
ftiirpmraisnnss,.,,in;4i ltU7 lojw 103T.
OKI KOItr U&a.
inn it orris 4y,..,
THE MONTREAL MARKET,
Hank nf Unntreal ..
jlrastnan Traction, ,.,.-,.,,.. .., ,
W vf.1!! R-u! i-" " t . 1 1 1 1 1
XTsrJKtt I'U'J.ttSStlS '"t 1 t 1 ret . 1 1 1
liaNiinii.1, til.U.MIfTB4f r 1 (fMtt t (
lllinuis cauiian pi
am 10 Uailwav
Winnipeg Birtet ilr ,,,
n Tt( hihi r"..
TliRFl-i.T,,,nlillMJi 113 I
ijjii rowor,,.,,,.,, ...... Di
mo nanny, uni ramm 10 Ml
Hi 22U ,
THE BOSTON MARKET.
Hostov, Oct 2 The copper shares mar
ket wus Irregular In tone bill with price
changes as a rule coiiflned to tiiicllolis
About the only featute was the stleligMi
nnd activity In Tuinuracl;, which mhunueil
7 points, closing at to ufter Inning sold up
to 50. Nuilh Hulle gained . closing strong
Isle Itoyale made a net gain of and n tf
shares of Osceola sold 2 points above yes-
tetday's salts I tilled Shoe Machliiei v
continued the ceiitie of interest in the In
dustrial tlst, ln-tluy's gain being hilf a
pnlut I idled l l'lill clo-cd unch.'iliged utter
an ently line of u point Siiiiimiuy of the
Open- llluh- Low Cln-
Salrs, I n if est est llnr
25 Ahtoinah. . 5 :i .1 :
355 AlloueJ . 0'j 47'"i Wl
1530 Amal Coppei . Il l S IH I'l'l
2111 Anirrlrnn Zinc 31 3? al' :i I
7Ki Arizona I'nai'l.. . IS IS 4S ''a
50 lloston A Cnrliltl . 7 7 7 7
2.12 llutle A llnl .. 3H S's .'( 1 u S
3IM llutte & sup..
iT; 4,'i 17 li'ti
5251 llutte A Sup IlKhts 1.25 I 30 1 20 I .'10
cot Cal A ArUona. S2', M s-.' s-J
P. Cal A lire la, (105 mil mil
405 Centennial. . . 2l. 22'i 2l';i 2i
35 Chlno .. J.l'a 43lj 4.1", 1 1' i
105 Copper Hauirc 59 MM 4 6i 5!i'4
25 Daly West Ii, l 4
2.115 Pnsi lluitc 10 K,, I51 I0'
wo Franklin . .. 7", 71 j 7' 71,
470 (ItroiM . 5 5 4 I .'ell, 4 15-10
5,12 Circiit-Citiama .9t5-i 111 p49IS-ia
2.. Ilanicick . :a 2L -"i 21
505 Indiana . I2'j 121! 12'v I2
:C5 liispirailnn io'4 1'i'j ui'i ("S
21(1 Island Creek . . . 55 5s 55 r.s
21SJ Up rtnVBle ..... 35s .TO 1 3Va 3rt
20 Kerr Lake... 2i 2'i 2 21,
5n Keweenaw 2 2 2 2
IV. Lake 85',, S.Vs 35' i 3.V ,
225 j Salle rt r, r, r,
20 Ma.nn Valley ...t2 12', 12', 12,
inn Mass Coll. . ... 7'i 7', 71, 7',
7n Miami . 2U 2(i:, 21H, Sti'.j
75 Mh hlirati 2 2 2 2
Ion New An .iiil.iu .. 3 V; :i :i'-
4f.5 Nevada Cons . . 53'i 2,('i 21'n 2.1'.
ion Mpisstng . s'i ''j
152 North llutle . 31 3.'. 31 .15
270 (II, I Mlnlns ... 11 IH u
ltin Old Dominion . n; M ni
Si Osceola .... lie 111! IIS 1 10
22(1 I'nnd Creek 23lj 23', 2.di 23'i
32 Oulnrv nn nn sn mi
f-V I Hsy Cons. 21' 2.1' 22 21
120 Shann n 16 ifi'4 m in
tun Shntiui li. 29), 2n 2:"1,
115 Superior A Hn ton I ''-II llj I 'a
75i Sitperinr .. 4Vj 4i,itt .i:.i2 iva
20ii Tairsraek . . 12 So 12 1:1
115 Trlnltj .. . "', .V 4 ..',
ri Ttininninr. ... 3 :i :i 3
IIH5 I ,'l.s-neltrr ., I9S r'4 40', 4'i'j
115 1 S Smeller pf.. .. 51' 5I, 5Ms 5I,
in 1 (ah w ... :iii 2' 2' 2
415 Ct.ih Con ... 12 I2'4 12 I2'4
.nl Ctnh ' onper. . MS MS ("S ''
4KI Ullm.'lii 5 5,4 5 51,
to WoHerltif 7i 7fl 711 7
s lloslmi A Alhiny 212 212 212 212
20 HoMon Kiev . 123 123 123 12.1
3.1 Hostim A kmc c II 2IIS 2ll., 205 2ii
20 lloslun A Mp H1 IM 111 M
III lln-lnu A Me Id I3S 1.-.1 l.ls LIS
:n lli-tnn A Pun 211 1 2'ii '.Mi 2:n
2 I'llrhlilltE pf 121 121 121 121
IIS Vas Clerpfslamp 7H 70 711 70
51 V A X II I3S IU', I3HS I3R7,
S I'rnv A Wore. 2701 1 276', 27l4 2:0',
III I n I'ae 171 171 171 171
Wl W el 1 : 1 , I SI It II . i$ Si'4 l-i M'j
12 WctKllilSIIIKpf IIS lis OS (18
lin m Airrl ("hem. . r,n, mii, fjii; mi,
15 Am irrl Ch pf li.i'i 1001, li'4 lo'S
115 Am I'aeu Sve l'4 4i C4 I'l
15 Am I'neu Sc pf 211 211 l(i' t'i
." Am Suirar ... I27S 127'; I27S 127',
245 AIHTAT.. Ill's III', 111 I4I,
45 Atn Wo.il nf ... sT4 S.)l ; S I' ( Xl'4
23 A (1 A W 1 pf.. . . 12 12 12 12
21m ra-tiiostonlJinil. n'4 11', 14', ti';
4 10 IMI.on 2;i'j 275 271'. 275
22I IMI.ni rlthis , s. 11 m, s'(
72 Cell i:ir- IS.1i. ly..4 IK." j IM
II Mcri-enlhlicr 2.'3 223 22:1 22.1
10 NKTll 151 IM 151 151
tni Pullman I6s'4 K.H', r,si4- ir.si:
III Ueec-e HuKiltlhnl- II'.. 10'. IS', IU'
in lit --- IVIil 11 . ti I V; i5
40 Mlfl . . 1117'.. 107', If I7 1H7'
Ui Turrlnirtoj. . . ?si.j ?m.. 2S.; 2s'.
7m I nltc.t I'rult . Iss s IS71, ivh
Id .2 Cnltc I Shoe V.i., 6P ,, M 5S
Oil Calle I Shoe pf 25', '.", 21'. 2u'v
22.VS C S Steel. 7k'i 7B1, Js', :,
20lSSICCIpf 1151, 1151, njij ll.Vj
Slll Am Trl A Trl It SIS M's "'1 W'l
lll Ate h nil 4 I. S ss f,s .s
Ill A (i A "A I 5s r.7S -i7, 7S B7S
41ml I' II A O ll I- ', 05' i ll.'i', (i.-.'a
lll III Sln l 5s 01 111 tl-l '11
HOI K C M A II lnc 5 SI si SI M
5i I'n Fruit I'm. IT.M u',1, ui-, 11.M,
21111) WetlKiHlStHIU'vt K1S HO", U3', 0j'k
cciiH stocks, ei.o.sixr; imiicls
Ilav Stale (ias ... 21 22
Huhi-mla . . V 1 3
Hilton CI-, I i'4
Calaveras 2, 2S
Cheniiimr 5 5',
Chief Ccms V; i
Cons Arlrntia .i 5s
Davis Iialv 1 15 10 2
1 First Na1lon.1l C, 2 1 10
La Hose Cons ? 11
Mnlrttle Cupper 11 411
.Ni Ilalllc 2 2'4
Omen I 1 1,
Ohio c'l.ppi r ills 1 c,
Ihmn 2; 21
Hllnilc NUnd 4nl I : II
South IJlke f.', 7' 1
THE PHILADELPHIA JIARKET.
I'll II. Alt! I PHI , Oct. 2 ' ainliria Steel
in cood demand on the lornl ec liaiure,
the price iuhnnciiik' to 5lt-.. with tic c lo.itu;
s lie ill 51 l.i'huli Nn vi gut ion rem ted tonic.
what further front tli" n-cent Inch pric.es,
t'i- stock elcitlns ;K (in and the trust certi
ficate, at P.'. 'Hie balance of the list wt
Inn little lianced for the dav II. .nils uc rc
open. Ill srli- 1 iu. riot-
liic ct rtt imr
1:. C. 15 1.',
31', 31', 31', 31',
2', '.", '."t
1HV., MM, iirti, Jlsll.
t.l S.I t I VI
VI 51 1 j ,M .'.I
112 112 112 112
.10 Mltaner Ins Co
lo Am Cities
301 m Mllllnc
12 H'dil licii pf
inn Am nietirr.
CI 22 Camhrln Steel
ISO C l A St I'
5 Klec Co i.f Am
f." l'."t 12', 121.
2tl Klec Stcr Hat
:sm. ,si, .v.',,
I Fourth St Nat II 315
IM lien Asphslt '.".ii. 30 2P'. :w
in ins Co nr ,N m Jij ;ti 21'j si's
101 Inierhorn llet 2111, tin, ;ri, "ni,
1ml Ijxh Superior 31 31 31 31
251 1-ch Xav stock HT (17 (is nn
351 Li-h ValTiuti ctfs Id n;i, in p.-,
21 l-chlch Val'ey r, ss, mi, set.
5M l.i-h Valliamll IS's 15 ,v; ivj
f.ti l.eh vai pf 331, a;., :tj j.ij
40 Mlnehtll. 5'1 5 5.1 f,;i
4.1 Mo I'atlrtC 45', 45', 451, iji,
10 Nor penn 5'. IU', psu 1151..
220 Pennsylvania a.'".ia eji, rai, r,;u
l Penn Salt Mfg Ksi pn 10.1 nr.)
235 Penn Siccl rf IM i'i if i
1725 Phlla Klcc . 2S'.j 2.H, .ju -j-n
415 l'hlla HT 27 27'i 27 271,
2575 l'hlla H T ctfs 27'4 27", 27 sjlj
poo Heading SI), 873-1 (15:4573.13
.KM Tonopah llelmnnl 10 10 10 in
270 Tonopah Mining ,80-ia fip-10 sim. ends
2(1 Cnlon Tract,. 514 62 54 f
448 UnltedGislmp mi's, 1,01. to 10
3755 l'S Steel 7S1, 7il 7' 714
100 Wabash pi . . . 151, n, is), 15U
40 York Hy 13'4 13'4 13)4 1!)4
J7000 AmGas 4 n 6s .. . 8714 7t 57' 87lf
inoo Am Hy 5s 1917.. 5i, P.Mi 11.M1 pi)i
lnim lieth Steel 5s wai, haiJ n.vi, wjl
10(10 Choctaw gen 5s io?u injli unu imiJ
livm Uhigh Valley 4s, nsw oati itsfi mti
M00 l'hlla Co. 5s. H4ll 0412 ni'i ti
30O) l'hlla EIcc 4h. . S2 S2 H3 li
enno tiler A Pen 4s asii sa. sac it,u;
....; I'niinni.icqKOIUs.l.u inai imss
som Headlng.ICis MU ns'c (mic psU
soon SpanWi-Am s. iniu 101;. ion? ions
1000 VnlledHylnvls.. Wi e:lj s.Mj m(J
J. P. M nrcrnn A Cn nnrl t... lll,...iH...K
. "t, .iiHHHinuil
A Co. announce that olm: to the heavy
overhiioseription lor lieneral Llectrln
debentucea the Kiibsnrlptlon books have
been elnsed. A ouhl,, i!.nntli u,.- n....
the Miibsnrlpllnii hooka In London were
oroiiipiiy eioseu, an inn oitenng inailn In
i.niinnn oy .siorirnn, iirenrnii ,v Co, nml
nigglnion A Co, wiim also nvorhiibscrlbed,
N W. HlllhOV A Cll nilH tlnrrl. I'n-I....
. ' ..-.., , ill !.",
A ( 0. annniinee tluu (he 5,im(i,nno u cfli
Oh and I'.leclrlo Cntupntiy general 11 ml
refunding mortgiign 5 prr nml, bonds
olfered by them Monday, have all i,t,',
CTiiiimlnu ttiidd, formt'rly with Jlhoade
A I'o,, has beenmu naodrlnted with Ihn
Inlerniilioiml Imnklnif Iuiiuh of Aloxnmlfr
Hrown A Honsi nf llalllmorn ua mmiugrr
i.Ti.T..St'w. vl'.rli ,il'l'lfr of lb" American
," of ,1 iiuUIih; inlt h us pi rii 'J
V.r'Vwi,"V'S ''..'l1 Ibn ehapli'r rooi 1" u
i', H ,l''1,ir( Hiilliling, Tblrty-llftli " ?ei ,
"'a f, ?lf r.vtnu.i ni h;i5 o'clock '
'rr,,.Fyle illmts i-inrwl nf liu flnitriiniv
T11 v lor 4 ): tm'"nl" ',. 'jiut ha".?;
ii v,.r " 1"'. ltK imrrliiiHwt from h.
(old a now lhi.ii. 1
it HO tn Tletd e mi .,V ilVIL ' " .
I OA a
,Zr"t ;"'' Mi,WL ml- ''I'l ro'ni'an
ihi aamir i. V".,iaw' management owph
enllni J, ih?, fi'itl18 ""nimny doing the
REAL ESTATE MARKET
lliiMiiess- Closed h.v Hrokci's
I.itfkiii llolli I'jit ui
MAXV TI5XK.MKXTS I.KASKI)
Int'i'ciisiny: Xmnbor of nuiltl
iiis;s liciiiK' Ht'iitt'tl on Not
Jills! Latest Itopnrts.
Hti.slni-'.M In the real estate ttinrUet,
.vi fur hh tlie c'lnxlng of contracts for
mien of city ptoperty Is concerned, con-
1 tlnucd yesterday to lie wltluiut featuro
j or volume. Tho Lent that Manhattan
liioKer.s were uhle to report were scat
tered mils of IniApen.sh e' apartment,
Hat nnd dwelling properties. They ie
port up Increasing disposition cm tin;
part of IliM'StotH lo do iHit-Inc ntid ut
eciu.illy ptomi.slng cllipo.sltlon on tho
I part of nwnef.M nf properties to listen
to ciffclfi; but one thing or another la
holding up drain vhlch, could they lie
ronsiimin.iti d, uniild 111:1 It 0 a notable
Iteports from the IohsIhr branch show
nn Increased demand for whole tene
mentH and npnrtments on leases of
I three, live and ten years. As Is the
caso when tho market Is dull nnd pros
Iiccta of miles not very good, owners ure
renting sucli propel tics to responsible
Individuals mi net rcntnls. The lessees
as 11 cl.ifi.s arc mechanics who look after
tho houses theni.S'lies, collecting all
tents, making nil repairs and tHldng for
profit whatever they can sine from
such nttentlnn. The fre(iiem.'y of -Mich
lean-a would Indicate that the owners
do not look for a good j.elllng market
for such property for some time to
SALlis IN .MANHATTAN.
Wi:si- KIlTIf STHKKT. II. H. lliueitoll
and ('. 1!. Levy have sold for the .South
Voiikcrs Homo f '(instruction Company
to tlie Mum hosier lousing (Vimimnv
.'.tin and .I'll West llllth street, a sK
story apart tneiit house know n ns lituily
(''urt, cut plot .VKim.it, iitljoitiing the
northwest corner of Amsterdam ave
nue. The sellers acquired the property
uliout a month ngo in trade for Vonkcr's
KST n.-Itl .STIiKCT. Tin- .McVickar.
(hiilla'cl Heahy t'ompany haM sold
for I'.ll.t N'. Haskell to liiiuni Oper
of Sliipum Point, Conn . for iuieit
nicllt th" live Mnry Atnerltiati h; t..
tuent tlwelhni: nt ':7n WV-t Nine'.y
tlurd si icci. on lot :i?.rll, adjoining
the southeast comer of West Khd ave
nue. Title 10 the piiipcrty iiassecl
yesl.-nl iy I he s.niie buyer also took
title yestertl.iy to tip' dwelling lit 1171
West Knd avenue, which U just wmlli
of Ninety-tl irtl siivct
WT.ST LKlTH STIIKKT Mlecckner N.
l.oggctt has sold ltiverview Court, a
six sto.-v ii'mri'iu'iit hotite, on plot
,".l. 011.11, nt nil and Mil West moth street,
between Brondwa.' and Riverside.' Urivo,
to Mm. M.iry A. Dllwertor. Tith?
seil vesti-rd iy.
I'.AST 12:1) STIM'.KT Sleinmnn A Son
and . J. Madden have sold the three
fo ir story tenement at I'.'C to '.'.'!! l as.
I'.'l'd street, on nlot .MixlO i.ll, for Nathan
HuthofT to tlie Tully Coustructioii
Compm.y. which gave in .chunge
the live story Hat at the northwest
corner of Interv.ilj avenue and Heck
stivt. on plot f,;.U.ri.
HIHIOKIAV I'l.ATf AN II IIVKI,LINC..
The Waldorf Mortgage Coiporatlon bus
sold to .1 c-lli nt the two and one-half
stort di ta. -.icd dwelling nt :7I4 Hctlfoid'
iMiiue, between l-Vtei iiMtni" and I'ar-,
t HsTUt told. i
.titer T. Crowe has bought the John1
Nicholas Hrown hou-c at ft'i Ninth atrcet
Mi. Crowe owns the adjolnlnii propcty at
34.1 lie will alter liotb houses for busi-!
ilt'SS use. I
The S. iimid C.illlr.k.l Company In .sold
for Max Kur.rok the thru- four Moi II its
at 215 t" l'I(i t'lft.llrnt sticet, each on
plot 2,1"". and for M.ircaratc 1 t.issinser '
the two story and basement stone house
it .",71 Scent -third street, cm plot 20x
1"0. , .
A. W I, In sr. n Ins bought from the'
Atonron t'c'lty Company a one family :
dwelling 111 Stetling sdect. between Hid-'
fold and iisliuiLtoii , iv. mic The house-
is one of ,1 recentl) completed row. '
.'iti:n r.si iTr, mills at itvn.
r.,n.r. I, i.... .1 x. cn 1, ..... Lt.i eP .1...
t ...-.. r.. , ,,,, , - ,01 ,nv
iWi.r.l M.-ir ..l.,ti ll.i.tr r t, f ,-it,
I west sltlc of llhlKe street in the town of.
Ilte, contnlnlriK oicr sixty-six acres, to a'
cnciii vno win improve u wiin a iiweu
lug for I1I3 own ordination.
ULSAt.i; in hitch ri.oT.
Itdward I. Hamilton A Co. hnve retold
part of the Homy V. Hitch property com-
I prlslnr; a pint 17ax2,1 nt the corner of
' IrvInK avenue nnd Scotland road, South
I Orange, N J , to Wnllnce Sinclair of .Man
Kr.NSINC.TON HOME SITE IHYEK.
The nickert-Flnlay Realty Company
has rold to Josephine MacLean a plot with
a frontage of 14 1 feet at the southwest
corner of Summit nvcnuo and Nassau,
rond, Westmoreland, L.. I. The propurty
overlooks Little Neck Bay and Douglas
800,000 Ilt'ILDINO LOAN,
Tho Metropolitan Life Insurance Com.
pany has loaned to the Rlvcrsldo Drive
Itcalty Company 1800,000 for five years at
fin per cent, on the property at the north
corner of lUvrrsldc Drive nnd 114th
atrcet, a plot 75x104.4, to be covered by
Ihn now Ilurr-Humllton npartmcnt, a
twelve nnd thirteen story building.
NEW .inilSEV I'AIIM SALE.
Diuilel I), Munson has sold ills l00 acre
farm nt T'nmklln Furnace, Sussex coun
ty, N, J., to the Hussex t.'nlcltn Company,
Tho irlce Is tepnrled nt JDO.OOO.
.1, V, W, l)u llols Is the buyer nf the
dwelling nt 1113 West Klghtleth street,
the sain nf which by I'eiiso A Hlllmun waa
lepnrted earlier III the week.
Allll 1(1 ItlllMCI.AMIKH IIL'II.IIINH.
Clinton (4 Ittiasell nre prernrlng plana
for 11 twelve Htory loft alructure tn b
eiecti-d by Ihn HhlnelHtider eatntn at 320
mid 338 William Btrent, adjoining tlire
slmllnr bulldlngN owned by the estate,
thn tenants of which, It Is underntnnrt, am
o occupy additional spaco tn the new
building when, completed,
LKillT HTOKV AI'AKTMKNT ON MM NT.
Claim huvo In 111 Hied for tho nniietruo
tlon nf 1111 eight mnry fireproof apartment
hiuiH.i nt IBI lo iao Kant I'irtv-lhlril
street, it will liuv.i frontRBo of si, 7
feet mid 11 depth of h,fi feet, with go
rommnrt.itlonn for ttdrty-llvn families, Th
facadii nf hn luillcllnii will bo pf brick
Willi tilmmlpgH of HmostiHip, Krnnlte, terr.i
rutin and iimrblii In tint modorn bVenoli
li'iialBsaniiu sljlii, with 11 largo balcony
Of stonn ut thu third floor nnd ono of the
sanni material and of uniuller alin nt thn
sixth floor, T)o lja Kast Wfty-fotirtti
Street Company, pf which WTntnn H.
Hageti Is tho president, la tlm rrvsner of
rccoid, Cross & Cross ana Jntlua Hkr.
der, aaaoelnte architects, have eitrmfitsll
- -. ,,,, AAA
Luc lusi ui .vu,vuv,
ri.A.vs fok nitoNx tenhmknt,
t'luns hnvo been tHed with tho Ilront
Ilureaii of Hulldlnga for tho construction
of n five story brick tenement house
C070 S on the south side of IMst utrtek'
Inn feet west of lloffmnn strict, for th
Itellahln ('onslructloti Company, Israel
I. Wolf, president, at nn estimated rnst
KI.'AI.TV I IIIMh ( ONMIl.tllATK.
S. It, Cioodale & Perry and Henri ft
lJulxht hale coiitotldtited undtr the tlrin
name of Cootlale, I'errv & DwUht, lm
Samuel II. tltindale. president. .Inhn II.
ccrry, virc-piesitii'iit, nnci nenry l(.
Uivlght, secietury and treasurtir.
KLTLLTAS IIOIISK LF.ASLn.
.Inhn N. (loldlng has leased for th
Kcteltas estate tho property nt the north,
west corner of Second avenue nnd St,
Mark's place, tSxlL'O, for tenty-on
venrs at ill. aggregate rrnlnl of 11 bout
jlf.0,000, to tin- Samuel Allgeiihllrk Con.
pany, which Mill alter the house for bun.
lics,K use. The property has been In th"
Keteltas fntnlly for more than sevrntt
ycats. About 11 year ngo Mr. ColdlnK
sold lo Miss Kcteltas the dwelling at S
l'ast Seventy-ninth street, which she pon
HM Ll.l.lM.x HI'.STLtl.
(Joodttln (loodwlii little icittcd to p
Klinhurg the dwelling at 1.17 West IKih
street and to William 1. Ilutr the dwell,
lug nt 129 West UMIi street
MLK ASSOCIATION 1 AltTf.ltl.
M. & I,. Hess have Icasid to th" Slk
Association of mrrle llentns r,ni;
1 COT 11111I ir.ns on th" sixteenth Moor d
the Hess llilllilllip, now In the cotltt.
of construction at the southwest cornr
or 'I w enty-slxth strn t The Silk A.ssorla
Hun un urbanized In H72. and represents
the silk Industry of this country, which
has crown fioni $SS.Oni,0n" In IS'' '0
IISO.000.nOft at the piesenl lime, l nr t"i
past seietitecn cars the ttssoclat'on h s
In en Ini ali d in the Sdk I.Mditiliei , re
nor of Ilrooine street and HioailwiiN T 1.
irsoe plloti's lci.se Is Iff a leim of rat
Senior fi Stmil haic leased the three
.story buildliii; tit 117 West 1 'I f t - fi r-t
sllfcl tii ''latl. Kitidl Icks, the store 11
l".ii Wct I'm t -ninth sttcct to Albert
Sii.scuilhl. the three upper Hoars In ' 1
Wi d I'citt.l-clKlltll sticel to nnlc Loin,
Hurt. Hie niirlor Hour In IIS West Tor
ty-elghth stieet to Hiiniliel Schneider
the tlnnf In fill West KorlyHx'Hi street
to Chailcs .l.tcower nutl Louis (Itihlstc 11
The .lulltis I'rlenil-KdWiiitl M. Lewi
('imp 410 has bused the tenth loft In
i:,-li;n West Twcrit) -ninth street to Mlt.
Icil ci Webei for 11 term of tears,
The Thomas Addis Hmmel Itcalty Coin
li. in; icpiirts the following Icaies In tho
Hut. ( Iliilldlng To John Williams,
Cc,mir..ssloncr of Labor, '.',000 feet, to he
its-ill ns olllces of the state Department
of I.11I101 . to the (lilcnt.il Silk Printing
t'ompany, olllces on the twelfth floor, nml
t. li.ue Weissbeiger space In the lobln
fo' (He c,trs, to be ued ns a clear stand
I'icdctick Sotithack nnd Alwyn nail.
li.. li.ue leased th" fl'tlt, sixth nnd clchth
InftJ III the blllldhlK .It
and P Hal,
Twentieth sttcct to Muhcll, licllmaun K
Co. foe 11 irm of years nt an aggregate
ictital i.f about $50,100.
The Uutml.is Itoblnson. Charles S
Hum n Comp.ui has rented to the P10111I
inaii lie.itty I'onuiaio the four Mm
dwelling at IS Hast Thlitieth stiect fir
liusln as pin poes.
I1HONX TKXnUKNT I.KSKS.
.lacoli l.eitnii has lcaicd for Arthur
Knux the four live story tenements at
.-.eto. r.r.s. r,72 ami GS0 Vox street to L.
I-'ulj 11 for a term of years at an aggre
gate icnt-d of $::.5uo.
DC I'lA'S I.KI'.AT HDLIIINflS.
Hcthurt Iu I'uv or I'lttsburg took title
oslirda 10 th Ailamston und Kvan
stun apartment houses at the northwest
corner id I'.rnadwn.v nnd Ulghty-nlnth
meet and the southeast coiner of Weit
Iltnl nicnue and Ninetieth street, respect
ively, both of which be purchased sev
eiul months ai;o In u deal Involving nbout
$1,000,000, Mr IMi I'uy having given In
part payment some of his rittsburg hold,
tugs. 1., .1 Phillips & Co. wero th
lookers in litis tinnsactlon. With this
pill chase Mi. I'M I'uy becomes ono of
the largest owneis of Manhattan real
estate. Inillvldiinll or throtiqli holdlne
coiiip.uiy he owns the Nutlonal nultdlng,
nt llroatiwav and Twelfth stieet , th
Hmplie Hotel, Hroadwaj and Sixty-third
street . the Van Djck nnd Severn, oc
cupying the block Seventy-second, Sev
. tit -1 h 1 1 el stieet and Amsterdam avenue
the block on west side of I'.roadway, High-ty-si'cond
und Higlit) -third streets, the
Ailamston and KvaiisUui . the Hotel Mar
seille. Hioailway and 103d street, I'orie'
Chambers, occuii.vIiik the block on th
west slil" of Hro.idwiiy. 113lh. lite
streets, und the block on llllh street, firmt
H road way to Amsterdam avenue. The?,
piopctilcs are estimated to haic a tola
valuation of almost $14,000,000.'
TAM'AU.IIS TO MKKT.
The Hust Side TnpaeiK Afsnclatloi
has elected Montgomery Mure president
of the nstocintlntt, to succeed Tr. Alex
ander 1'. Hndden, deceased.
Oeorge It. Head A Co. were the b-nk
era In the recent sale of 20 West l'or'i
sixth street for John A. Mitchell to
Hlanche S. Weed.
RESULTS AT AUCTION.
Public OfTerlnna Y-terdny In Unn
hnttnn nml The Hronx
AT 14 VE8BV STREET
Hy Daniel Oreenwald,
f!1 st, 121 W, a s. 305 w Columhus s'
20x102 2, 4 ety dvlir: 1! H Trust Co ant A k
Daniel et al. due. i:o.01l.42i taxes. c
12,335 77, adjourned to October 15.
ny Joseph r. Day.
lth St. 510-518 E, a s, 170.6 e Av A, i:x
fJ, five 5 sty tenrnts, Metropolitan Ssvlnii
Hank aict F W Dunlop et al: due. I49.0II 0
taxes. Ac, ll.6S0.6oi to tha plaintiff fir
AT 3208 THIRD AVENUE.
Hy L. J Phillips & Co.
Cruter av. 1116. e a. 376 n Morrlt Park si
25x100, Van Neeti C F .Minor at 8 M Gor
ton et al, due, IL937.39. taxes &c, 1 4 94 4 S
aut) to prior mtr of 13,500: withdrawn.
By Jtiteph P, Day.
Ittner nl, n a. 2.7 r Webster av, 4t.4x70.ia
x4.6x70.t, vacant; Teter Qulnn art W F
Smith et all due, 12,017,46: taxes, Ac.
17H4j to the plaintiff for IJ.450
(With name and address of nsraer ana at-
torney. When attorney'a nama Is emlttfl
address pKriy of seinna part.)
(South of Fourteenth st.)
MONimiC ST 10, a s, ;5x,i xSO.I.
ChiS 51 l.y to L',ls Levy, 4 IV USth a'
mle 135,(100. Sept ii attys, Zucksrman
Soles, 650 Jlway
noiSKCK ST, 11, w a, 17x60 Norman !
Arehsr tn tlraee, his wlfs, 25 aierlln p
Hklyn. Sapt 10 1 attys, Davis A D.':
Chambers at 110?
7,AFA YKTTn IsT, 212. w a, 26x100 Oeo J
Adams to Eilw Plrcitian. 14 10 60th at. rntx
IU, 000 and all Hans, eiet 34, lllOi att ',
Itnsa H I', 15 llnay '
AV H, ft, 60 a r.tli st. 20,6i4 Jacsli
Joinos to Mai Frsmkln, 6 Av H. al1 'lf '
ell liens, (let 'J u.is. UlnihurK A I'lckf
116 Nassau si M'
6T1I ST. 740 IJ, s, S2I17 (foreclosure, 6ep'
HDKilw I. Pan Is, ref, to Abr J Oittll.
17 W ltlsl si, esr Leopold Ooetlleb, BU
114,000, Uot li tttty, Krertk Hemley, l
Mwsv ,, , ..Ilt
7TJI ST, J5. 11 s, l,!x4.l Dora Hle!eii
in .Minna ltauplmuti, MS W IClst at, jnU
7,500, May 31 r...fl9
(Kast pf Fifth av, hstworn Fourteen! a'4
SJTH ST, UJ M, a it , llnll.t JpaejtMoe
H Nloholas, n Wan, exUi WW t Eraj
to Jnsspldnn fi liimkmui, pea Lean. 11 11
JsJk'.nalu' 26f "it v.J V. " ? . V!
lri( T, ! B, a a, HT.ls.-.'!1. i
lleniiy Co in VMiemenk linemen, sis
litth at. mt IJI.000, Ofl Mir. T (1,:
lit Hway 1'