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RECORD
pAND ABROAD
.w Subscriptions for!
City Notes Prove
Buying Power.
i^,?.ntion of th<> ??'y loan, al
*?-?'"?lUrday. means in?-1
a***9"1* L bettfrmc'ii ol th? for
rjjiaon ??^"?Vu ??a, from out
7"**"X?rvnot? placed in the in- ,
?i'rfC?in? money to th.. cty.
?*** 7? tT riseded. Thoutrh the sub-,
*!?? &kTh.ve general.*, with
?^th^hsli ol tfc? i allotments.
?^ of the rwl mean- payment of
???O?herehyS.'.' ?hi*
????f^ue warrants nature in
2f?onVthod.n. Kconi
i, ?plication- w? Kol?j ,
Aw.? ?turn t0 the m"rkct '
"*S ??und.*
?*fi?.irsa-t of the lo 'on in
A-Sn exchantre market, where!
* |?a?e to the lo?AOt since th?
?Lfffisi? arose. rlinc.
2T?aJ lot under |4f3, recovered
??i^u* b ? ? ???*??
? (>.? ai
S3
HP
?-Tthstau- nc<v;
The nc.-.l foi rvel ang? still
ami the ? ' lulls'
fSTiu?h expon- ".000
Ke?wbeti ai ' ? "<?'k
STThurs.:. ,ha.n
f?rre?pot d
1 kcw cur '
I* ?Tor ?? ?nclnd-1
jaaiiT for small m ?ll
Itts? country end i ?f the
Srttionof a cenu
2 The c -rient
Set that has hem ? lim- ?
LTwdinf* in ?' ;can,e ;
?L Tbouti- : r the new
?Treceive.l o<
?at rKa
proof hus
?Tat pria.- not ??rent:?,' below the!
it*?* Julv 30. According to reports .
M Philadebh?a. bond h >u: is I
tTttart sal?- m ' : ? "'' ;!'' r rounds
g-ajenstom. i week.
Tt? local bat
-r;il, of com ' its uva-r
?Sarares tb " city'?
?g-t-rin?/, ami :n addition that of pay
att of gold fhinmi nt? of more than
rjHQM to Ca cur
s?>iorr'".fr" ? how
m,t ?ravin of ?'? ??
?Jetted to oifst '*< '-n?l I
ta ?f ?round ! n ordinary
aVTrtaiiury tra: The pro-.
,ftion o? -fold ' ecipt?
?ta other ? ? I as improv?
? Ir. tome r?ecial ship- '
aatt of ?*o.d certificates have been re-'.
?ni, tn'd son ?- institu?
?a are requ. ? -. pon- .
?a -ns1?.- I or its :
?nient. '
St? that after ? - c:iil
gissen-?'- rent cilio*?
g t msttrr ? cord there
tai more dehnte meas
M for p< - f the?
(otry to - New York the
?*|sjof ?Meting Europe's demand for
tat Tho'.iiT'- - of the Federal
Itjtrre Bo-- exi ect
K the itan -: n bv
atad of Di ?ii-red
??that tb - When
Isttfiona! ! i op? i ??non the
--?:- Si -.ate yes
gfc', silo ? ? ard to permit
Maliers to car r* of ihoir
a?hiinp . ..
mm; tb? f the
in vas t- -
awtf$4.V- Railroad's
tat-Tesr m I .art month.
%t) will in I -foi one-year
KB b.?ari . ."> per
rain price?
??firm, . -
f arelimiD.-:> _, , isale were
?iidered I i that the
?ria?* nation- re long con
?f iuch pr >usly.
PUBLIC" UTiLlTY NOTES
kacral News and Earnings of
Various Corporations.
?jWtN?w .ard of Utility
??iwior ? lay approved the :
Ir-tstion o: th? Vtlantic City Elec
?OinpE'-- i icean City K'.pc- '
? U|?t Company for permission of!
?former compar.y to purchase the .
JHrty oi al a coat o'
?WS- A (?ranted
??i Atlai ' . Company
'"??-* 170 ! ?ir:d
Wito thi ?. The ?
WltEd Electr.i- Con
Ei??ion ? the I?ock
i Ligh" mpany cer
jBthtrt;. -,,CK aggregating
??*??, P?r ? Pei mission was
*l?i to ? -; Klectric
Kf*"; ' ipital stock
*W used in inythe propertj
'wEociii-r I l.ighl and Power Com
?7.
I t?h Power and Light.
3* ineoTir statement ol the Itan
mm
TRUST .
CAPITAL
82.000.000
SURPLUS
S Z00?.000
i-MVIDEM) NOTICES.
*flN?NATlO>AL BWK. NEW YORK
Va,,, , N IM?,
g,* ???vi' .v . i i.i:
W? ZJr 'f '',,"
^**T ??*, Hal 4
~*-|r~~ ' . i." r. _
a ?OlWiiitvmiv
M En.'1.1
^??LRN ' 'MI'XNV.
'?'-vrriti'<?<"[, ut un
auiF.Ja'
i \ - -1
Att?,"," '?' i ill?
s'. '.'At '. :,!' in'.a-r
*? ?Oka
LVS^)NV'""X" " MINKS t?l~
* ??Ulna?
I'-aM
,2? ???mi - MS.
?
-
iVV u ??>
?u??tf?t bei,"* ",: "?; ? ? ? - "?". Hal i.
?-._i, ,
* "--?lar'?* G** '"Srsatassst to. "
ajft- at"., a Q'.sr
??TA * m* , ' ? ','??'
*?*?. ^ >"- (.'lawks
'fc-^rStir ' ' ,n-Ul: -rrewm.
n.aZ "w'*,UANT ''?1'WAl ??,.
^1?,^,*?? 'o? ^T/", * ?-?'??""?"' "?'
l?rt.??*? ??u i,.1 ' -r-'
'??^??1 -.ortiaa^l' "" "'r l
fe^?:-' i'-.
JL1?!'. '- ?tockholdera
. ?' bu "?
' ?'?-??UKK, Trcaaure?. j
Power and Light Company and Its sub?
sidiary, controlled by the Electric
Bond and Share Company, gives gross
operating revenue of $180,875 for Au?
gust, an increase of $31,861 over the
same month last year, eaual to 22 per
cent, and net revenue of $90,R64, a gain ?
of 5 per cent. Gross earnings for the i
twelve months ended August 31 were
$2,0-6,234, 21 per cent greater thsn in
the vear preceding, while net earnings
increased from $954,160 to $1.120,170, I
or a gain of 17 per cent.
busines^t?^ieImproves !
High Money Rates, However,
Still Hinder Trade.
Commercial agencies report rather
better feeling in general business and
moderato progresa in the Eaat an.i
West. The high money rate continues j
to chock business expansion and fail?
ures are considerably higher than for
last week or for 1913.
"Dun's Review" will say: "Hesitancy
in entering upon new commitments con?
tinues and a spirit of caution is every?
where manifest, yet the confident feel-,
ing in business circles is maintained.
The prevailing high rates for accommo- '
dation still exert a restraining influ- i
ence upon trade expansion, but modor- I
ate propres* is noted in various lead- j
inir lines, especially in the Eastern and
Western sections of the country. Stim?
ulus has been imparted to retail dc- ;
innnds by the end of the vacation sea?
son and lower temperatures have ac
colerati-4 the distribution of wearing
apparel nnd other fall merchandise.
"Commercial failures this week in
the United States are 381 against 288
last week, 3G4 the preceding week and
_S_ the corresponding week last year.;
Of these 148 were in the East, 100
South, 8? West and 63 in the Pacific
State!?, und 133 reported liabilities of
$5,000 or more against ?4 laut week.
Liabilities of commerciaf failures re?
ported thus far for September are $1-,
777.rtOO BRainst $7,142,403 last year.
"Hradstreet's" has the following: ;
"There is a rather brighter tinge to '
commercial and financial affairs this
week, and the i-tubboro optimism so
long displayed finds more apparent
basis for expression. Prominent in the
direction of improvement may be cited
popular acceptuncc of the really ex-1
cellent outlook for the late crops, a
more cheerful feeling, with higher
prices for cotton at many points in the ?
South and increased Inquiries and firm- '
er feeling in the textiles, notably cot?
tons and woollens, for the latter of
which foreign inquiry for war purposes
is noted. On the other hand, the slow
?Ml of manufacturing industry as a
whole is notable, lumber and the build?
ing trades generally are depressed, and
the reduced earning ability of much of
the industrial population offsets the
undeniably profitable returns of the
surplus grain producing regions."
EXCHANGE^ HAS A BREAK
Rates at Their Lowest Since !
the War Started.
Demand sterling broke to 4.92-Vi yes?
terday and cables to 4.93:\? .before a
scramble of buyers sent rates up again
:?? i.(Jl-\ and 4.-6r>8, respectively. The
ft ral named prices are the lowest ex?
change on London has touched since
the closing of the Stock Exchange on ?
July 30, a few days after the Euro?
pean war began.
The decline in exchange was as- '
eribed to a variety of reasons, the
chief being the apparent success of the
city's note offering abroad as well of
here, with its implication that the
amount of exchange to be remitted
would not be anywhere near as large
as was expected a week ago.
Another important cause was the
broadening OX the London discount
market at the beginning of this week,
which made possible the discounting of
single name and other paper such as
was not even considered a few days
before. Hanking houses, too, have
_f-'!iin been drawing finance bills, bor?
rowing money in London for three
months on their own credit and selling
against the funds thus made available
for the demand drafts.
The high price received for demand
drafts so largely offset the cost of ne- ;
gotiating the finance bills as to give
the bankers drawing the bills the use
of the money for three months for
nothing and a profit of as much as 2
per cent besides. As a result there
has been considerable drawing of these
?lilis, with a commensurate increase In
the supply of exchange.
?
BRIEF WALL STREET NEWS
A gain of about $2,000,000 by the
banks is indicated by the reported
movements of currency this week. The
gain from the interior was $11.387,000,
shipment? including $974,000 national
bank notes sent to Washington for re?
demption. K\port* of gold to Canada
amounted to $7,200,000. The loss op
ordinary Sub-Treasurv transactions
was 92,108,000.
Exports of copper fox the weekended
September 17 totalled 4,560 tons, as
compured with 7,711 tons for the cor
lesponding week last year.
Directors of the Washington Power
Company have reduced the quarterly
dividend from $2 to $1 76 a share, pay?
able October 1 to holders of record
September 12.
U. S. Treasury Finances.
i Beat, iv?Th? rr.n.lltinn of the
Cnltecj Rtates Treasury at the t.rj-innln-; of
y ?ras: Net h?lame in (entrai
I1U.95M.43S: total receipts yesterday,
i paj-m.-nts yesterday, ?,1*4.4:4.
or this naca] year is HT.CCS.c?.',
against s deficit of tll.ia.SS7 la*t v?sr, ex
ilusivs of Panama Canal ?n-i publi
transaction*.
PHILADELPHIA WOOL MARKET.
[By Ttlegrapli t.. 'Hi* Tribune.]
sept, i?.- win, indleatfcma
"' atari r w? . rutar?, na.in i I
ii..- local wool market hau become quiet
Manufacturers seem t.. be sretl supplied f.-r
Immediate wants, and show ti.?
Boro? litt!? activity ha?
laren displayed In \ bloods, although no mrnhi
v.: ci Qi i"-. n i. corded, 1 he loa
...r Australian ?.,.,: in thut eount?
ieed s depression ?.?:? in 'a Moods and
i.i,, domestic*, hut v.n!i the higher ireiicln-.
ii liks the prli ? s t!.< re should ? ?? en
a i*?r with ? ides In Ibis countn
Holders ??! wools lor blankets an. allowing ..
.; ident attitude since the demand
ii. ill.- i ni'..'i .-? i nnd Flam
.is a i... . i .? .
, ?- v.' ,, .-..i;..' duy_ MKo would Halen to offers
? ,.? mil owner?, now d..iin.. n, make
. me -t quoted pi i <???? Quotatioi
New V<.. k a;.,i Michigan fl? ? 'w I'm- ur
uti.-lM-l. -"< ; delaine. .'4M:?:?<-; >_ I lu-M
? JT '.' ; 'a. *--.?4l . '.. ', ai I II ? I
i- clothing. iHttte; eonnnon uid braid, :-./
Pennsylvania hp.i Ohio fleeces Delaine,
wa-li..!. .!.. . -N*. -I?--V . lilivJ unim M h-ni
.,1 |, _.???? ..-, 4 blood combing, ??(.
.?.'a*i-7c; '4. % and ?rj blood cloth
unwashed, -T'a_v, One.
...,iuou ?uid braid, .'?"'!-'??
DIVIDENDS DECLARED.
Record
Teim Rat?. Payable, date.
a,? low | U pf. w y y Oct. ; ?apt.?
,'auuum ??U ~ *%m g?, ? get It
...?????h W m V g IH* Oct. id ?.?.i. i
Maas U?ht Go? . ? ?%% ?'>|- |J
do new cam. - >,! '"? J* -
,,.? l.r<-f. ' - ' fe?. ??> ?
Bo UtTllU?5s pre! . Q *% ' ' -- } ?& "
Ham 1'ul. s.i v pf.. g 1*. o Ott 1 Sept. _?
?Wa?h Water Pow g *V- pet. j Sept.?
liar A * ForbOStC) g -S ? (,cv- >? s-'I'l. -*1
?r v ?har I * s. S 4'.-. Oct. i Bept M
M I-,. Iloml N Y . g l*% Oct. ) .Sept. 3?
M ,h i-lit t.ra-1.. g IH% Oct. 1 Bapt.15
OiAVowi.r g >V. gel. 1 Bept. M
New gag row pf \ ?M !'???? "g** S
?'i^'sh'; ? 8&i
tKatavia Rubber- Q *
do i.r.t.?.-??? g ?
Clan* Han, rrac ;.; Oct. J
p*nCJR?C.pfg -v? ?M. j :
C. T. pf. -1 3. Ort. l --i-t
"?A^H'ducU.u o? V.- *AnJ m% ******
GAIN IN GROSS REVENUE
Heavier Operating Expenses,
However, Hit 0. & N. W. R. R.
Total operating revenues of $K:i,f*77.
060 are shown in the report of the Chi?
cago A Northwestern Railway fof the
fiscal year ended June .'10, 1914, a gain
of $641,12.. Owing chiefly to an in?
crease of $1.U)2.3?1 in operating ex
penaea and $055,630 in taxes, tin? ?rain
in gross was not only wiped out but
there was a loss in operating income of.
$1,192,808, total net for the vcar being
*20,004,9t>9.
Northwestern V surplus available for
dividends last vcar was $12,106,670,
which ufter nay ment of $1,791,600 for
H per cent dividends on the preferred
atock, left a balance of $10415,070,
equal to 7.9 per cent on $180,117,028
common stock outstanding. Comparad
with 9.9 per cent earned in the lisi-.-il
year ended June ,'H). 1914. The surplus
ufter dividends was $l,--t"?,0.l, a de?
crease of $2,5o9,n,r?:t.
Of the Jl,19_.;s0K increase in operat?
ing expenses lust year the report says
that $534,506 was on account of higher
rates of compensation and $424,9-1 for
inore time worked.
spotTotton
firm and higher
Committee Goes to Washington
on Lever Law- Statistics
for the Week.
That it is the intention in cotton
exchange circles to begin trading in,
the new contract under the provisions!
of the Lever law when it is possible !
to reopen the futures market was fur- i
ther indicated by yesterday's announce- i
mer.t that a special committee had ?
gone to Washington to consult with j
the Secretary of Agriculture and if
possible to secure ruling*? on Some of |
the provisions <>f the law. This in- ;
iermation, it was Mid, waa neeesaarv
in order to complete the work of dra?
ing up new rules and bylaws, bul no i
statement could be secured ai to whati
sections of the law weie being dis-|
cussed. The law. however, five! great
powers to the Secretary ??f Agriculture
in the matter of grading and ??\ing :
?lifference, and it was ronaidered prob
able that these features were among '
those occupying the attention "f the
exchange officials.
According to the report of the eon
fcrcnee committee 400 hales of 1?.
bei were liquidated here as a result
of Thursday's operation! in Liverpool
instead of 500 bales, as expecte?L The
ballot divided these four contracta
among three local firms, an I it waa re?
ported that yesterday*! transactions
in the English market would result in
putting orders for anothi r 600 hales
in the ballot, although the result miirh*
not be officially stated until Monday
morning. Liverpool spi.' iah i are in?
creasing at the lower price, and while
the process of liquidation under the
scheme of international conference h n
been disappointingly alow, it seems to
be gathering headway. Southern
markets show continued or increasing
strength, and it is figured that fully 7.'.
per cent of the ginning! ate being i? .1
off the market by farmers. The export
movement is beginning t.. aho*v some
improvement, and it is reported thai
Southern shippers who sold short :?>r
September clearance are finding it dif?
ficult to fill their orden owing to the
small amount <>f cotton <>'ver;,n;r. Au?
gusta reported price! dim and un?
changed at 87-C for middling, while
Savannah was 'if higher at X'xC, an.)
Norfolk was ' i e higher at h - <?.
Weekly movement figures of the New
York Cotton Exchange: Port receipt!,
68,695 bales, against ...?.'J.-O l last year;
overland to mills and Canalla, 171
against 3.7M0 last year: Southern mill
takings, estimated _">.u0o, against &-,
000 last year; gain o: stocks at int"
rior towns, 46,871, against 27.75;!
last year; brought into sight for
the week, 140,327, -gainst 114js7 last
year. Total crop movement: Fort re?
ceipts, 190,765, against 967,511 last
yeat; overland to mills and Canada,]
6,922, against 25,488 last year; South?
ern mill takings, 4S.000, against 189,
796 last year; stock at Interior towns j
in exc?s.-, of August 1, 68,012, ??.
37,649 last year; brought into sight
thus far for season, 312,689, against
1,210,4314 last year.
Liverpool. Sept. 18. Cotton Spot in
better demand. The lutter gra
were scare?, with a hardening ten?
dency. Sale-, ?'..?mo bales, including
5,S00 American on the basis of ?. Od
for middling. Imports, 100 bales, all
American. Weekly cotton statistic?::
Imports. 20.0d'i bales; American. 9,000;
stock, 865,000; American 660,000; for?
warded, 80,000; American, 26,000 <n
ports, 3.000.
MONEY AND~EXCHANGE.
< A l.l. MONET, 's | , , i
TIME MONEY nominal, with rati
Itr <<!>;. f
MERCANTILE l.M'l.i; Waa quirt. The
rat? 7 i- i ' ??,.: ;??!- i ? l n inn - i
CLEAR1N?' ll'il'si: STATEMENT Y.\
1173 7? ?. i : ilance til.176 .'.?".?
a ilclitoi tu tin
-ini'ini of i-l* .n4.
.-I i: tim:a.-ti.'V x, ?? v..ik banks
talned from th? Bui Treasury IllM.Ouo
l'.Mt since Friday 12.4-3.000.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. Hi 1,/vii-, ex
rhange ?'. premium i i.i l.v premium asked;
? .'..ill. 1 .'?? dlacount. Mliut.
u u.- i .o . s.,ii Krani i
? : Bit! ? l'a
HANK CLEARING .
Sill ?ft*. HO-, hal 'a <?- ?1*2 ? . ? x
t- M I I..- I .. .'.. ??- fl Olli
1.4*1
I.*--'. II. - ?? -
anees fl M17 ;. Si !-? Us, i i
Vll.tM, 1 alan 1 - IG-?.i I.
PILVKR MARKK r, lia laond n
a.. ; ?M 1 : 16 I, . fl .! l'.l .111 OUI .
quotation w u .'.i . - a ?lii
KOHEION EXCHANGE R
moi s actll e, stei ? ? I? ' ? ?).'?_',.".
for demand an 1 1 1 >7_ f??f 1 ?<?-??
hlfber. rabie *-.?! Iliiit, . ? ?
I inK, 1 9573.
Hocking Dividend Deferred.
It was announced jre ..... lhal ui
rectors of th? Hoeking Valley Railway,
a maionty of the atock of which ii I?? d
by the Chesapeake <t Ohio, bad de?
ferred action on its quarterly dividend
of _ per cent. Frank Trumbuil, chair?
man ?>f th" board, refused to comment
on the action of the directors, rhe a
pension of payment of it! divid? :
the Hocking \ alley follows similar ac?
tion taken by the Chesapeake A- Ohio
directors last August.
OCEAN FREIGHT RATES,
? ?. ririK , ontlnueil fall lj a? H? ? '? the
iraaaatlaiHlc trades, but In all -ilia-m trad
.UK wai< liKhl. 1'' ? .
.nut ratea nnn (?notations 10 Mvi
.".(I London, _4d Glasgow, 3d; Hull. 1 . I;
lirlstol, It-it; i.nkMi porta lar?< t<
lia 3d. i otton t.. Liverpo >l, p? ; '""
Chartere: Hi it? am? -'-'..ire,
\. ? V..rk. Phils Bi ?-. lo I'" '?? 'I
porta U K, -> iM, optl. '?" h il
porta, -s 7 -.il. prompt; Dan ?teamer, l4.ou_
1 bis, refined p< trol? um, heni 1 to Cop? n*
. p 1, prompt Sot steamer, IP.ouo
bbls, r. _ni .1 petrol.
..,r!~, i> i. pi umpi ? Noi steamer, 1 v. 1
tons, o- am. 11.iv ..1 !? und) ! 1 IV 111
? , ,*. p.-,..' pi :?-. -1 earn? r.
I.M3 ions. ? inn . n,.i st?..- ? r, -.mi ion*
sain.-. .Nur steamer, _.?.;'t 1 in uuni . Hr
steamer, _'-.?....? 0,1* gi_.n, Hull lo picked
port?. I h.
Hr itoamer, 2,441 lona coal, Newporl N? as
to Havana, 1? t. prompt; Noi steamer.
2,4ft! loas, I ".mi' Ion irad?. balan? a ..f
?, prompt. aehooai r, :??'?- lona
eoal. Baltimore ... han Juan, i' R, ihene?
Turk's |-|,mil '?. Portland, salt, i> l:
?ebooner, si i Phi i le ? -.i ?:???^. i> t.
LIVERPOOL* MARKETS.
Ulvarpoel s<it. 1- v\ hi:a i 9. Head
No I Ma ? - ?<? N ?-'??-' ~> : '. No '
red ? later, n. .v *.*. t i. Ii i -t; Crto
bar, Ms fl
nominal; futun s nu; Sep t* R*s?l;
,. lober, .".? .? i il.? il'H w n i r |
iSttsftd. l_VltH ITiii.. \\.-i. in. n. i ???. ? ? vv.
ts-., .,|j. '.- U, 11 IM'l.MINi: SMril-.
'PRICE MOVEMENT
IN COMMODITIES
Wheat Firm and Higher
Corn and Oais Gain
?Coffee Easier.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
New York Septemba-r It, l:-i?.
Wt-.it. i ij^li. ,.12l?,3C0i Cupyar. bava. ?'"?;
;'0,1". i"1?;1.. ???' UOppar muttr.hs ?.itu
g??* bush. KJ.tfOu, j^a.1. pigs. i.iju
t.?7.
Bnrley. Iiusll.... 1.4WI h|.*lt'Pr slabs
?>'?'? i"""ii.n,r?wi i-oti.?ii. ?Miles
L'.ltt
J-aUt, buah.. . ivnai ?Voot. i?aie?. J7
?u ?awh?-iii liu-h l.:sun| .?ipoiiKfa. balea... ?.
1 lOW. I'? las. f,.??W, llun.-J .
l'lour. sks.*a,M MaHaaaa, t.i.i
I'r l'a<ans, ska.. 700, Suaar. eke...
H leaks, Hka
Mill?
May, tons. i.sti TebsMo, tea
Mil? H
Milliard, ton?
1 ..til?n, al, i-i?.
i Mini.-.-il. 1.1,la
?VIllHk' -, . M.la?
ll in.
-"' I ,.l-.l.-.-?i. |,kK
it? Uutter, i.k^a.
'.? ?? ' hi ?-a.-. pkai?.
???I ??-.a, pkix?. 13.H1?
is.'! Drad p?i.ilttv.iikat Z.I4I
ll?, l.l-la S.M live poultry, i la
fi.D
M
1.10K I
MO,
.?
Ml?
I.-'.ji
M
lork. I.I-Ih. ::., .Mi,,?n,|,. ,ka.... J.V. .
Hain*, pkira .... 110. Walnuts, sks.... LM
i'ntm.-iits. i'kas. I.l*s>| Applaa, bMa. ?,7?.. ,
? .o ' ? I la? er. . .. IM 11, ?ci fru?, picata 63. IK?
l.ard, tea - 3.'.'-, lirapaa? ir*l), tts?t>.0!t6
l.iii.l. kin?. l.tja) limons, sks. 4 3U".
"I'" "II. t.s. . luti, iininga-s ?Call, hx fclSs
I-.- oratm?-?. < Vlai. bg IS
'it.na.?. l.l.l- . 4| |?eai'hea ?(.aalt, bg IV ??i
aib'g oil, bbls. KMiPetvr? h'uIi. lis.. 7.MB >
llosltl. ll'la . 2.110, riai,iils. Hka. > I
l!..am oil, bbla. 170 riin.nir-.li ?its C.taTr. ,
? '''I- ""!? . liMs Stt r..t*to,a, bide... 7.74?
'I'sr. b?ls. M| Hut?.n* tOal), b? I.M
asphalt, drums I w m, e pkla. . ... 10.?7.'.
Alcohol ?dt.bl.ls 71,,
EXPORTS.
Whaat, bosh.. 100.930; liran It
1 ..in, 1.1.ah. .. ?171 Hay. bale?..
1 mi ?. I.uali ".foO Whiskey, gals
l*y<. buah, :? wf> i-otk bMs
I'm?, boati
Beans :
i-i..m, 1 bla .
f-'lolll ak?.. .
r. bMs
. - 1 iiin.-i.:. bhls
r, ..i. it-, .
1...".I, pfcgi
sa?
111
'/an)
IK Beef, tes..
? ?.1 Ha-"ii. It. .
' Hum?. It,
l9.*tTJ Und IT... ..
I '"I ilra-aa-. It, ..
i.aij i-h.-.-.-.-. it,
1 ofm td ?ni. r
.<> I.ni. it ?ill ?al
( ASH QUOTATIONS.
1. v .\.i 1 r.tis '?i
Iron, N, No 2 t u '?'>
Iron. K, So 1 f. it. "0
Hti el rails .... 1 '.'.".
?\\ beet No *-. 1 IS
?'?.ru, No ; \ s|.
?\
! foffe-s, No 7 Klo
! .'niKiir. (Inn ?ran ..-??
1 Molaasaa,? 'Kline M
Beef, famllj ...131 00
I Tallo?*-, *i>aarlal 7
: I'ork, m'as . 3 XT<v
ml?, atr-1 ?Ii . (i4 lloiia, aired. ?SS lb 13','
Clour, Mpls pta (?I i.av'i. mu- ?Veal MJ
?New;
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
N< ? fork, Repttmber 1*?. r.'M
UfcAlN.
I* lit* \T Tn Jera ap< tared to hava ;.a
?unirai 1 ?raiting polb-v and bualna-ai \\;i*
ii-- ?- -n?. ?ri- Ann. however, and
m ti-.- rio?,, prices were I'-Til So nt-t htgh?-r.
Ksporters arera la lb? market, an.i while the
aalea arera guarded with cooaldarabl? ears II
??un estimated that they wovM atBonttt ???
i-i loads ?t ail poaltloM. th" demand
being partleularli f r No 1 an'i No -.' Maul
lobaa The fr.r.-ig;i n.arktts wa-rii ?mlv a.'-.ut
s:.an. and th'i. ?? little in Iba war 11. ??? ?
Dl 1:1..-HI Ili.l.l.'in nf
? v.ii, ? r-i. and It *a? aalrt that
? >.".ii bosinesa mlahf hava l?an .'.1
a - I if the wbeat could Lav? l-.rn prai
< nra-.l a? r.-iisi.nal I- flgwaa, In the I-? ni
msra<H N-- 2 rad arlniei wbeai ?ras
?in. t- -1 .'i ?1 13, No ?_? hard al II !'-"?. *<?? 1
H lutb at II l.".\ and No I North
al Ji I7\ -, ?ill nn'iiliial. c I f,
Buffalo ??ihn Showed pronuttnecd firm
?nana for th.- H? M? mi. r position, u lilrli closed
.r.li 1..1 gains ?.f I?.-, ?hll? lat.r mr.iiths
m-ere , -i"-?. n-t hiitht-r !:??< ?-li-'a m liner "i
Milnts .?? 1 ? ?mailer and r-aak maritata w.i
m?:. raporttad of ? ?-arKo
.11 Baltimore, and another rtargO a .^
n "i t?a 1- i^-iiti?; here, in ti- la al 1 asta
No - \.!i..w ?oru WHK quoted et M .
? 1 f. t-> arrive, and stria-tit i-rlnte .?rij.-ti
Sn dt-llrsrad. OATH ri'..- mark*)
1 as only moderateljf activa, and aftei
lag ??.ii: ? Brmnetaa a.iri?- in aympatta)
and i-?m and reporta ol ?>xp?>rt m!?.-.-.
of a'?.m uaiiaai bushels arWti eased of un I
? '? r reallilng, eloalng wlih net ?ralas ol '
. . 1^1 ai ,-i?h marke) stead?/; standard
multe. ,-i???.'.?'2' No 2, 7.4'-.-'?i.".:!.-, No 3, ?'?; 1
'i . No i. .'::?,.-.:;?_?'?. ordinary <Hi>i""l. BSVaj
rll| .1. r.r-i.'.s all ?!.--.at"r. ,
hYE Kirn.; No 1! Weastem. H?.-. <? ? f Buf-I
lulo. ItABI.EY sta-a.l?; m.iltlr?;. i:;.,;;,.-. ,
1 '.. Buffalo Whi.-it (inrln.lins noun ?M"-:t?
f..r th?> wa-.-k, aceordln? to Bradatrat'a ur
gregate 7.318.240 buahela, against T.<M8.3?0
lasi w.-.-k . u.l 1,143.002 last vpar. Mm?- July
1 7:< KO V.u. aa-.-ilnst r,1.0fi?.4R1 ln?t aagaCSI |
1 -in exporta f.ir the ??!??>!;, M.6S6 l.nshrlta.
Biralnal ?4,7'i.". laat ??aa-k and 17.73:: U<\ ?ear:
al? ? ,Iu|y 1. ?i34.!?Mi, aKaiaul 857.2*1
- II
NKW YORK I'KICKS.
V? ?ter
nosa. da?
MlKh l.o?v.
M heal : fir-'-n
Kept..... 1 17'
I '-'. I ."?
51.1 v. 1 :"j"
I.\T1:HI0K KWKIPTS.
u Baal 1 '( m
Tr.-dav . _..2.flI2.?SSI ?JfW.OOO
I ast ??.
Last v
1 IAH
1 I8?4
Hats
?aiL'l.lMS)
2.875.0110
. I.IMJS.Oa/U
-?ail.
?? l.Stsj.iaai
^??.ma? f>54.IMifl
-I \lt?i VKIi ? I.KAKAM KS.
To-.lay
Lus? ?v.
1^,^' ye
I'orn.
? laai
1.000 !
l-'lniir. U'li--..t.
:)'.'.laJU 1 ll.'i.ia.i
s-.<??> am8,(sm
?JMMai :j74.iNai
IIIHR ANI> M KAI,.
Flour ?.is fn m y h.M. bul Iba ..la-inan?! ??as|
l-^? active and buyera aaemad mora disposed
i., s wait developmenta. Bprlng patents, $? S'i ,
b*|?; winter straights, |6 1??*|IU? ?tinter
I patenta, $:.:'.".'. 1 t.', r. 11 ; t-prine citara, It?
I'. -'- . i--.lra No 1 ?alnt.-r. t? IS?*MM? No I
14U14 I? Kansas sirainiu-.. |(40tj|(<0:
fanx-j spring patents |(7S 617 16. RYE
l'l.iU'H quiet; fair ro ?.|, IS 50?Ml 70;
leholca "? faney, M7(*rl&M CURNMEAL
1 firm; kiln .lr|a.l. $? I? li,\i; MEAL Urn,, lln?
tvhlt? and >?-II?.w. ll tStyll; ?oarse. II 8J4i
tl ?0. i-'i:i-:n VVaatatn .-.???. bran, IW-lb
|:i '-i : -1 indard ml'i.liiiig f?i 10; I
flour .1-. ?.;.':-o-.| ?.ci: i?-.| .)?>?;. 1.1?; rlty
qult-t; i.iilk. 124; aa.-k.-a. |2ft?: mi.i-lllnar. |2I
-1 Ui.'.u, rtU dog, I"?; oilmeal, $3:; .".0 <? 13?. ;
(IIFIKK.
A cueilli) ra.iei tone prevailed, especlall) ;
: for Kanioa gradaa, which ?<i.- marked iio??n |
abOUl '?1 In lln- I./.-H? spol marKft an.l s-v- !
i eral pateta in du,- coat ai.'i trcighi position
' s??.?! demand Inai Uve. ani pnatpacta f..r
:aii;a-r recelptl "f n.-v. ?roi. ...ft?-?, from llr.?.-.il
In the near futurs lia??- caoaad holders of old
crop ...fl.. h?r.- m iii"-lif> lha-ir view? it--;
tf.ir-iitiK ?alma Arrlvala amwutad to 40.."-no
baga in Nan i.-ik and 03...ou in ?v, ur
arhllc clearancara fi. Brasil tonslatad
; of r,,iiftii i-afc-s from Victoria for New Urtasans.
.'-ii .-.-... ? -.?.-r^ r.|.oii.-'i in iiu- coal and
freight market, wh.-r- flktntw la arera quoted
ut l*4i . ?h at I? i" 'Jr. according 10 .1^?. np
I .11 -<','. Is :it Ic, 7k at 7 i.tk and
itio it ni :, .o., to I .in.'. Draslllaa cables
siioi??'-! an a-h.in?-.- of 7j ra-i.i In Rio, arbll?
Santos ?? . ,M" rala hlgh.-r. AcconUng to a
Hamburg authority lbs aorid'a ?iaii 1I1
ply 'linine August derreas? 1 WO.MII bag
? 1 a ut. an teen 1
,. 1 lu th.- local spol iiiiiiK?: Km 7> arero
quote?! I I ,' and Samoa la at UV .- i
1 Hatlcal paasltToa "t Braslllaa coffee:
To-day. >?..-k.
? '., ^ 7,''ii'J
1.002
\ V. di
\ 1 irleans dell?.
I .ait
mom Ii
. ?.
. iv
Total deliveries. It.SM 11.?15 nw;
Ne? Vork artock. 1.017.J?l t.?2?.2?l I.?
\ Orleans stoi... J?,?1J m,:?? 3>- u.
mock, .ill portl 1,0?: ?7.: 1 I1I.4S1 I 191 '?-"
Atl-.ai. ?-.s.".jo I2I.IM Mi SSS
V'iail ?
Laat vr.'s visible 1 14I.1S? 1.33J.711 1
l'K?t\ WIONS.
Hog products only ?sodarataly ??-tiv??. but
1 ir-i.-m-i ..un ?Tain .10-i - o
consuming daman'] I'ORK steady;
mesa, $23?f23 75 : family |2t?>|3l; .-lion
, 1,-.ii-, l-i-ilji. BEEK unaettiad: oteas, 123
'., ?J4. family, l3i?tj|IJ; parka?. l2S?j$*S;
Mini India meao. I40f/|4i. ?RE8HE?
li??;s steady; bacoaa, 13'j.-. lit It?. ' -V
Uvac; no lb, 1 i?*.-; P??a. 14%'
UT MEATS Pickled l*lii?s dull; 1" lb.
.,.?,.. 11 lb, . . pkeklad hams
hic-a-l? '..-'.-'IT- TAl.IA'W i|m?'t . BBeclal. I
-? I',:. Dunn . I? M*e. I.Altl?
tlim mi-i ... Wee? |.I?t>??0c; city steady.
. . refined, Hontta Aaseriea, 11.lie:
? -..-1 -1111 ii- I0.70e; Kraill. ke?.<. 12.15.
,., .'n.d steady, IVtOIHc 8TEAR1NE quiet ;
. 1,1., . , Id lai I. I?* ?> H
? ill-rONMHTJl ?>ll
[naettve bu? tin- ..??ing M ?n at.sanr?-- of
offering?, un.i Baal .iiioiatiuti.-. war? W
points riel htetaei "?iiai.-r- oa Beptem ei
' ntractt amounted i? l.w? obla, makinu
,i?,nt i? "? *?> 'ai. brrt ?be H-' i ".?mon
showed mmaem. owiac to evWerace
better ?lomean.- lonauming ?len.ind. and
?here teas lass pre saur? of stl4>pUaa. Local
, .,1 1-4. ;
?i|*n lllali In?
Si-C'l.
.<??; ?ember..
11, 1 l*r .. .
Novemb? 1..
.lan.i ir?'.
l-'.l ruary...
M.i 1 M.
April
(10
ein
?I ?,MI
r.-ncr
rioae. nav.
? 14491 M I ?>!
S I'.ti'il" .'-M
-,
ICaaM.M
t; ut/?; in lai
l.1*s9?.ai um
< ' :
m a ;-i
wtl . . ? reliai. .1 ara? , onsj l.-rahlv
?1. .,.' m.- u.uai p.iriv ?nil ti.' raw market,
th, ?flnajTlea -i- a-tll? l?u?y*oo ..id ?onira.-.a.
.in.? i?r- ii-.i .ll?|.?'-.l I'. I..??.r H-elr price?
The marke? la ?till quoted ..t. th.- 1 aaia of
7 ?* foi ?In.- aruiiiiUt.-l Tb? foil .?in*- are
liai prk-ajt ot th.- Am. nao Muaai K-liiiins
1 ? 1 -| va-t^i doaalaoa. caaea t-lb mitotia,
I,,it ,.1 lull sUad ii---. I'"-'""', and H'3V la
half emsee, ees**, :-"? '?'";""? '?''.;? ?"?'
?o;., in lai; catea; L'a?;ie taWci?, y-w-i gtaj
loaf. l.lSc, rnjRhrd. vi)>; nmiil.l A, 7 70o;
' ?ibes and Eagle rnnfi-.-tlon.fs' granulated.
. '<V; XXXX powder-ad, 7.4,'e, and 7.?0r In
er-BUInera S It, imik. KagK f.-fti li-i i*-iw
dered. 7. (Or; , nwden-d and conn*? imwileretl
and Kugle .-oaia? Kiaiiulnte.l. 7.3_r; fruit
powdered ?n.l Kagl? entra nue granu?
lated, 7 "Tic; domino granulated, rases, 1, l'4
an.1 i ni rarton.. 7?.'.r. ninl 7.?)_c In half
??ases; Kagla 2. 3'4 and R Ib ??artnn? Has
ft-ranulateii, 7.4fc; :?". baca 7.66c; 3?.-IM>ags,
7.50c; ?-lb baga. 7.41a; lo-lb bags. 7.*V; .?
and SO Ib hag?. 7.30?. ?tundard granulated.
7.IOr. fin? granulated an.I ?llam?n.I A, 7.3--;
roiif-ctliin-r? a. T.t_e; No 1. 7.0-c; No '-'. ',??;
No 3. ?,.SCh\ No 4. it.We; Nn 6. *?_<?; No H. !
?.Wc; No 7, ? 7.V; No *, 6.7?-*: No S. ? ?r., ; i
No 10, ?.?o,-. No ii, !Kc? Na It, f.Wc? Nos
13. M ?ni If.. | He, TI?S rc'-nt ilnllnlng '
tendem-y of valu?-? In raw eugsr ha? brought
..nt aanSldarabls ?ellln* on the part of tlioe-.
?vho bud made purem-ca In a ipoculatlva ]
am**, ?nil wii', bava b.in" dtsromatad. The
demand ha? ulno fallen Off, em! the rnnrket
to-day whs aaaln easier, with nntrifugat.
HI test, ounlrd ut S.4S4f 5 T7c; moUasrs, 5*? '
11.12c. and eaM and frtlfht, 44604%?. Hale- ;
were reported early at I.'..000 I._sm :H nut*hln !
i|?i'.tntlon-i, l.ut at tin- clama of the day tniy- ?
ers refused In -..-.y ttirre figure?.
COUNTRY PKODUCI MARKETS.
'.'. w fork, St) t. mh.T It, rn?. '
m iti:r.
p.?. .-ipis, t,;._o pkgs i r? *ti ireiiiniiy prteea
wen- ?haded fully ?s-, with a weak marke
a? Ihr e|o*e. Creanieiy. extras. tl%ttt2c,
firms. _?iy,,-,ir; geconda ?tfCSo; state .lulrv.
tini-xt, jo.-, good in primo, ITWfl?Wc; procesa,
??Mrs?. _f,? 2l\,c : rirxii,. 2l1,l?2JV. imitai Ion
er? ai wry, Brat -, .?..
? Il KHI
itei?.|i.iH. -.117:, beses Dvmand fair, but
Ml.en steady R?ate, ?bola milk. fr.--h. col?
ored, specials, ?.'.Lj ./i; ?-?_.-. average ta?er, I ? ??
I;.'?' '? Prime, ii'^iiiv; daisies, i>,?i?'.-,r;
wiscomrtti, ahoi? milk, rr"ii:. d?tales i ? ? -r
lay; twins, i..'?i...V; 1st?, imiR?c; sute, i
sklina, iieM. sp?ciale, !:?, u,.. froh ?-.,?r,i,.-;
good tO cholee, lli-nl-JI,,-.
IM
Racelpu i.! 313 cases, Ifarket dull and nn
i?u\e<? i'.diir. ?r- u*?ini- ? considerable
i art of tbeii previous parchases <?' storage
'?i"', ssd the demand mr rresi, gathered
*?"k n alow and unaatutfaet-ry, Many in-,
?ilvMiial Iota offering L.w.r. and prlcaa Be*
? ?'I'l.'.i ?r., extremely irn-guiar. i*r. *h gath?
ered, pun im.. . nsen, SKf?lc; extra
''"-"''? teau. ?-,, ?? .nds, -.; lie; re
?rlgerator. Hrats, rharges paid, !44j....-; !>????? ?
??nds, -T.,|j.*...v, . i.,.),?,.,i white?, fan v- large,
?>.?* laid, MHOc; irr.th.reil, a* to il? ii I
'luallty, .i..-, henner) brown? :t j ? :
gathered and mlx?.i. ..
I HI H.H.
? Pldeg and |. ni., i,, |||-rul ?opnlv trade
dull and inarkei weak .,,", ..... i
dragging APPIaEM, as lo kind, I.I.I
'?i; CKAIlAPPLEjl, small, Mil, ?i'iv larga
I.; PEARS. flapp'a Favorite, bid >?
Ji-,1." bushel has
.-. kel. Ml. ?. iOtfU ? .. H... .r.,. ,'.,.? . |:.,|l . ., i
?Talrgeau, ?. I'Anjmi. ?J .
n, I : ii ., ?at.ion bid. |J '.'? '
*<'??? -??? common mi??, U'nis, basket, Wcftst;
Riirtlett. Kar \>,. mern. i,.,.. |-j'.<<.t '?. i
PEA<*1IE8, rarrlar, .,, ,(?i :a la-oikel
'i Intahel. 50*875 . i -l, ft ?.
I inh. $l?g$| 40; Mich. It ::,,i|I SO; Par West
lib? ?i.?, bus W '? PU! MS Lu bel, Il
Il. pin s a-t, i- ??? i.
? "??? "<i. ; n , piitH, !
\ -, m U'UH n. I, ..i- . 4.1 ?'?->.
Niagara, i ase, WU Monte -. i-;.i
W ur I. n ...... V. .- ? i. .?n,i -Or I loi, S Ib
bank? i S?j i. s a: u . .i . la blaek, :? ?
'" w : m.A' \in;i;i;!i-.-i .n. loffj? KAfP
l.l-.KHll.s. real pint, I i ? IIUi'KLKKKR
Kli.-'. Pi n ' and J? ? ?? oi 3u ? N? ?
?-? ?-?la. '"ii r*RANI<ERRll_-, i bl, *>'i
rate ?i i?i ? .. MI'XKUKIa .N- Ken,
Md, .'"? ||1; Del and Nd,
. ?,!.,, und .'?) - rate, 30? ?r$l;
II: i. SSfrKh' ?
"ItANi.ii:.-. I I.i. 1-..V. |li$;; ?'a'. J. ?
II \\ AMI SI It \\V.
.M?rk'-t du ; u-i I weak, with mitsMs .( ??. a*
lions as treme on aln-ail all grade? l_irg<
i i i ?
N? I. I " Otrf.'L Nu 1 ' ? N??
llghl . lovi r .- ?-. I.i. SO; No 1 '
i ..v.-r. mixed III ."? |IS u ,N.. I . lover, $19.
.w. m a Nu I, |I4: No - $'i,i*l.
lamall bab-d iltnotl
PtllAIIU.s ami m;i.i:i Alll.l -.
pot ?? v . ,H i- i.?. v pota
to, . . -. ,. rjnl Cuullfloweri
hlgber. P??TATliES, M. bbl or bag,
? i *J 15: I. I, t' ?i ?J -"?. ????' ? *- ?' ??-' 12;
i. $_?$_ I.*.; long, ."I K.*i -. il.
sv\ I BT 1'i'T \Ti|['.S i,- , l-J Ml ?if";
l aak? '. 7:., ?i ?l . - I'ltln rn, bl
ONIONS, i : . b let, f 1 .V
rhll' -0 ?' all ? ? Ihm and i ?
. ., -,,.? |. |. v. I!.,.v all i red, bbl,
t . g, s
il$| i_; : ? l. Oranae ? "im .. r. d,
white or ? ? lb?w, i ag. ".."..'" $1 - "" and
,. ., Ibiw. s., , vi I., r, i. 7... Uf I;
i..: ? .-??,. v ,,,? red '? ? ??? M l-'al and
W:!-1!. yi lb ??? ' . . f I '??' fl ?": "I"",
is hi-. 6.V; BEANS, mi bag or
i ,i?kct, ?'.*l , a-. . " Si 23; i.i.ii
l?.r--. bask.) : ii II ?"??'. ?Ill SSELM
-ri;, .i 'is ,. . . I.. HEETV, liHi bun h> -.
;,u,, fifi ? id? ' ' : ? . >' vi:?;"'i.-, l""
bunrh? i, 1 ' isk' i ?" ' ?"?'?' ? hbi. un?
washed 7.. I, *l " *l tVO; ?
i;i;V ?, ? :. id Mich, ilo-.'n
bunrhr.?, in ,, in, rnugh, ease. ? 10S1 7.".,
,?. im: . ,,i . per 100, *'. J M:
?on. $-'i?!?l. ? ..rj.lll.i iv\ I'.ltS. I. I. bbl.
$1 ',.. ii $2 ?',.?. tai . $J i f."; ci ?RN, .1- rs? -,
, . | ion :,... '1 i.'? M i:l RS, I aaki '.
5o i 7.-.-'. box. 4?Mi ''?"? i hl, *l ? ?- i
State, per l.'KJO, t ' ."i" f:? ? '?; E??OPI.ANTS?,
Jrr?ev. basket, '?'. -i 7.'. . box, - "? i.'Oo; bbl,
;,., ... ' uski i. ?'."? . ?I "?'?.
2 dos n bos '" ? -I .'?". LIM \ Bl
i.? gi d ;. ,. i. i-;<.M or bag, Bn? 111
Ml .'KlIROi'MS, ?li, basket, ISetfflT?,
Pill I.TttV.
DRE58KD Trading \.rv .|i;-1. as demand
c. ,,,.,.k id practically over. TURKEYS.
Wesbrn, uprlng It?, i.V...:,-; old, IH?-0c;
CHICKENS, broilers, 12 to hoi, milk .d.
iH'.r:.. . v..i n (? I. 17 i lui:; roasti ?--, !
Pblla an ? I. I squab, 1 II. each, per i ilr,
M?i?? Phil i. ran , 2 tt>
Penn average, 1*.,.;: ; ?A'cst.-rn, milk fed,
dry iirk.1. r.'.'j" . . om f. I, 17. . Ml. .,
:- r Western, IO0t7!.c;
i ,.\\ laS, \\ ' stern, i ox i-.n ked, dry i
14' .',r.??r, bbls, leed, W.rn, dl'J .
li;,ri:,' ,. Southern and 8outhw?_,tern IttV.iu
IT' , Ml : '? 1* -? ?? olhi ? West rn.
is COCKS :; , l-< ? I1' i'K*l. ?prli -
1. 1. l. i.n .rn ,ii- I *QI VHS,
white. .!../? n. ?i,',." f.' -'o. dark fl 2-?ifl M?;
Pro-/, n ri'RKETS, VVi Stern, 1 ?X .
. |, | ,. ki ?;. s. ,. ti d y..ni..: h. n- .i ton
?je. i.> ! i... ; i. j;"..".. ; obi, ::!/''i .
CHICKENS ' d, milk f.d.
1,,-,-j'. corn f. ?I r? . roasti rs, milk fed,
({(MISTERS ol'l. I,'.;.' ALIVE
Si,im,? i" ear? on ira.k? this morning, at
wide:, n wer? uni ad? I. Trading fairly ac
iiv. foi fos , ' and *.i u y i u*? y tlrm I n
. m. kena m hea* y I '????lina,- weak
an i Irregula CIIH'KBNR, lt>, 10*_.17'?< .
F(i\\ I s 17 - i'1 til.H II? " ?STEF -
ri'RKETS. ir*fc1?tc; Ht'CKH. Western,
17'? Ile; I. I. spring. 10? h' iti snd
r\A :: g, 17" l?< GEESE, W? ?ti rn ?ir i
,mi nid 1-Vii I* : 01 INEAS pall ' ?
UVE PIGE??N-, puir, -
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
New Y,,riv. BepttmlMI 1 l?H
ni.i:\i>.
II*. '?:[?' i, I.44S head il ? ?
Market ?lo? MOr lower.
wink to ISO lower; thin e??wo al*out
others lie lower. The yarda ?er? : ,t quite
....
?:,-;.'. 1", 7 .. ??'
1 stag. ?- 10; l.u ? ?' . . ?7 50; I
choice, $ ?. iiivm, ; : .??;.;:.. : ?
tiv,
Sali s- Toi ? ' ' 1 '? W V ?
1322 lb av?rai per I'Jfl lb; ',. 11.S
in, V.< 7.'., II, i Itl '-". 1?"?: lb,
i
17 113? lb, |? ?U I?:. 1 I 1b. $9
ln.7 lb, I* 7:,, It, 1311 lb. ."i :.'.. : I
lb. f S 75; 19 ' ? 7 .. i . 10
;,;:,? ||, HIS ;',. U ?-; -'? ll?? Ib
.-.','. ' . ' l .il; 21
... ; . [HU "-. H
..m n.. ?; i
14 ?*.; 3 -?ws l ??
ra 1371 li
M, :; -, ,),. i ' '? i. I". 1141 II?. $> 75;
21, I ? 41 I b. t H . ? ? '
va. 1-iH lb, *.?; 1 v
il. 1s 75; 3 oten l-:7 lb i, . I, Il
'. '.. M-- lb,
.
? i.
' :. K42 I??. II. : ?, 773 lb,
?
J. .-'
lb, I '
?'i H": 20, ! ! ? >
17, I ;i lb, ? I 20; . ? v... 1212 lb, f ' '
20, 1330 I -' ? Ky. ; 144 , . ts 3u; 1
|U; i bull. ;?? -1 II
3. Sanders 2 o 125 Ib. f7; 1, 14 "
'
, i
. ?. :. 1 tOO Ib,
$', r... 10, ''M lb. I ,', Ib. $5 40; :.
104* Ib. Il; ' IS, ?01 ll>
i?. : ,. ".
(VIA I ft.
? ipts ? : !??? i dsrket
? .iiimiMi
to prli
? i
I? :." giaaaers, .-.??' , ,
I., 7 ! Cllj ,,
eountr) droasa J ..i lji^ o ; -, ?,,-.
?? i .' . 153 lb
i ?n:;;
i, m lb, S!7 2. ITS .... Ill ; 1
$v i i ft ., . t: -,n
?:?; :.'.. ?. ko
in . I?; 13
i-iiIIk *s lb, $?< : ." gras? ra :',.i : IT
K.i n Co.: I v.-*!.. H9 in,
ll.t 10 lb 51 IT : t.
$1". IS. 21'. lb 1' S?; U. l":i lb, $9;
?a mi- It If: II :?'?; r.,,
1? ; 13, Iff lb. 171
?7 . S gi ??--?: - - U II
>ili:n- ami LAMBA
I'..- ,i|.i-. 1.414 I | ggjg
?era v...,r
'ir..|ii?-.i "..nts: i .' il Iba daclln? ?i?,?i
. Common
.? sold ai J : ??? li II |H-r 104 lb;
inaslnim lo iirim- lam?? at b i' l>:
.. |>r??-e>i mi'i-.a j-lnv,. at ?? ,i 1 ;
draaiwd lam i easy, al 11 i i?;, , bog
1 ?> ?-_ .?MilK
s..:..- I Randera; :<? Peng L-uabo, fl u,
axt-ra-i-. I" ??') i*-r 104 "., 24f, 67 lb $^ .'.
;??. i< :^. U
US VS \4, . |,?, Jj ?o; 4
culls, 31 II,, |C; 9 yearlings, 71 lb, 15 '?". M
sheep. ?? lb, 14 76; I. ?0 lb, II
Kerns ?'nmmtsalnn Co 71 Hla-a lambs
?I lb, 1175; 101. Cl lb, |I60: 31? I'etm. ?7
I'o. |I 00, (IS Indiana, 74 lb. It 75; 114 ?V
Va, ?7 Ib, Uto; 17 sheep, tl 11., |5 IS ; 3.
117 lb, Ii; 14, U4 10. II 1%. I?. S3 II?. I<
Newton a Co.; 13? Dial? lamba, II lb,
M 76; 2 yaarlincs, to It, 17, 33 sheep. ??
lb. Mi 6. ?>) lb. 13
H, Judd 4k Oo. I IB I'enn lamia. M >>-.
IS 25. it? K>. ?1 lb. IS, | hin-.,.. IM lb, II.
M. riierson * Co.: 31? statu lambe, i.? Ib.
1*76; ?, 16? lb. IN 60: 37 all.-?p. Ill lb. 13
HOGS.
Kea-eipla, 2,?4*. h?-a?j, eoa itr on ail?
Market barely ?UmiUj. ?Un nales at f'i I St)
I? to per too lb; roughs sold at It ??al? 70.
Kala-a ? Krttis ('otninlai.lon Co.: 21 Mule
hoga. 1?7 lb averaga?. ut %') 90 par LOI lb; 3
roughs, 30V ii.. |s h
loi.in a Utiiiiinoii 27 Penn hogs, 101 lb,
l?mi. M pigs, 3J Ib. 19 71?, I lough?. 3''0
.0, ?H 7n
at. ?under.?- 9 l'.-nn hog.s. Ill lb, U'J'l,
I?, is? ii,, |'j ??i; 1 ronah, 210 lb, I* f?.
Nawton * Co.: I State li,?,-.a 14ft lb, UM
.1. Kliaml-trg at Hon : ?late yoeterxtey) It
j?tM.-y h?ags, in? Hi, luso; in roughs, III
lb, is su
Chlc-a-to, >?(.'. i- H".,s Reeelpta. I
ij.oiHi, weak, moetly lue i.?>A.r. bulk, ?> I i I
. ?:i lighi. |n ??i i in ??. mixed, |b ?..-?.
Into; heavy, |?10O|U2<l; rough, p.ni<i
1825; plga. 35-5.?il?. CATTLE K- elptt
If. 000; woak: beevea, f?Wtolll; tteers
tu ?IS990 2-1; stocken umi feeders, %??:<? ?
|H3?; cowa an?l heifers. 13 70tr|l?a*i;
calvas, is .".o ?t ft i ?_' 115. sllKKI-?Receipt?,
-I..; ?...-tk. i.V.i jiii- undei yesterday t
average; sheep, |S3?>4I$?U6; yearlings,
-il.'., lambs. 37'./|siui
Bt. i -...i,?. Hept is. milis- Receipts,
7.000: io? hlgber; pica and light?, 11
*.i4J'i. mix.-.i and butchere. I? io/?-n:i->. I
good heavy. ?a lair?, s? i.v CATTLE lb
celpta, 2,700; steady; native i.f
?,' '09110 78; Onu and heifer?, *>'? i |;i (13;
stockera and fayed? ra, |3rt|7*>0; Tessa and
Indian Ht-.-r?.. i<;., $s ,-,,?, ... i a. t ha-if.-rs.
M ?i 3<i .".o; native calves, ?u/sui. siikki
i:.Ipta. 1.700: is -i 26? !???-> er;
miittoiiH f i '-i ?:. :.o. lambs, *7 ?
Kansas a'ity, S?-|it. I ?. ?If? >?IS K
2.Mu; .?i-a.iy to :',..,. higher; bulk. |h iu
|8)t*0; heavy, I? :.o .i is la:.; parken
butchers, is ?.v.. j:i o.-,. light, >?-?'., ??'i -
Dig?. 17 .'.<?'?its "?"-. CATTLE Receipt?,
2.000; steady: [.rimo f...I steers, llottj
lln".'-; ?Iressed beef, $(S'( Si? 7'.. Wi
Id 7.1 ? ?ii 25, Mouth r.-i. *.'. I!.*. / ?7 '.?".. cows. I
.?l :.n .i it 26; heifers, in BO? $:i W?; ?<
mi.I f.Iith. tun $s 25; bulls, |
ealveo, lOftOvflO .Vi HHERI' R
8,000; glow to wi.lk. luiil'.a. 17 751
yearllnga, |* 751? $?l 7.1; a ?'.?re, .<:.?'..
t? i" .hi?. ?5 ... |., 50; .i,?'lt, ra Bnd f.
? ra, .<l iI7 :.0.
I Kv TeaVaT-rapfi to Th? Trl
Hi pt. I?. ?IIBfCI1 a: n
LAMB? -i:.Ipta IITa; market st.-ad> ; top
lamba a..I-I it 7 ,- 7 '. '. ..a. ; . ?,.. Igl
i|uallty seronda, ?*j .' :. . .?. t -. '?
t.it sheep, t '.. ?'.-. . m.-'Hum and common
sheep. 2'?e*3<?c.
GRAINSBULLISHINCHICAGO
Wheat, Corn, Oats and Provi?
sions All Show Advances.
chicaifo. Sept. is. Pergistent report?
of f-^nrupa-Hti business ut th? seaboard
and (lulf ami of k<>'>?' ?al?l here t" foi
ititiu'r-? put conafderabl? strength to
day into ??heat. Although the feeling'
in the cti.l ?ru rather nervoui
iniirKel ?bowed an advance of I'sc to
l''-c net. (,'orn finished %e to l*4c up.
iiat.i with a liuin of Vfec to '?a-, ?util
provisions the name as last night to
?j'-jc above. Except for n brief period
soon after the opening, the wheat mar?
ket throughout was subject to bullish
control. It was said that, ull told, ex?
port transactions for the ?lav aggre?
gated 1,000,000 bushels. At th? ?ame
time there were advices that farmer?
were telling less fre?.!v, especially in
Kansas and th? Northwest. Range o(
prices:
i-. i ?pen High !.??-. i I iee
Si lit . t ''? l
i. .. i ih\ I i: i "'i?; tit'-, i i-.
M..> . i 17 -, 1 II II',-, I 1?S i h \
< 'orn :
Hept . 7'.', 7?'. ;? ??>?.
H-- . 71 '. '. ' '.
Mr. . , '. ', :
Oai
Kept . ?'"- ?7', ??'.-. '-. \ II ,
IS ? IM ? i- . 13 . '"' .
May . .1% 51 M ,
I.ai. I.
h ? . . 'i u " : -i ;.- ?? . ; :? ?'.
.i.in . :i '-7 l" 07 '? .. 10 o?
Kll s:
lla-t . . I.
Jan . ' . - 14 IS
Kork :
Kept . - - 17 -'. 17 SS
Jun . ! ' I - -i 87 .'.' I . . ' 7 . ' ?
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
B? .-??? a, Hept. Is '"I'll- ? ?.ni.
tin" ?? III say t?. morrow :
"All reporta agn ? t his s sek I
inarK.t has been quiet, new contracts l.arllj
exctaa-dlng 2,000,000 pounds. In ludlng .. si
all gradi ? The too? of t! ? ?
1er, and salea have i een ma Is In I
at lower i'fi es, although -o.tii
era are refusing to meet buyers' offers. The
financial situation is ? little i -t r, i
outlook for ? usin?es In the i. to il il ;
:.s also bel ter U adlng do
i ?hin an.I P? uns? Ivanla tl.- . > f. I
washed. 31832c; Rne m
nne half hl?i "1 combing, -7 - .-?
? ashed, 20a . Ulchl? .. Kin.
? d, -:'. . ?ii laine, -i?<:'
blood, am? "?7c: ?-..-.
\\ i- ..n^in and Mis
-f' . one quarter, -".:..,-'i? , braid i!?r, i\- -i
lucky an I si nllar One h til i '.!. un
washa-'l. L"a:-'-7??; thr?.ghths, 'J7'i.'s
n l basis: 'i^\.i-. tine, 1- ' mi
?2c; i. to Bomontha, ?"??' -i?7 . full, I
rrallfoi nia Ni rthei ! i ..'.. mid lie ? oun
tv. :,]'?!.'..'??: Southern, lbtj*a> '-i
i, No I, stai le, i;o-n;i ; - loti u
80. ; valley, No I 4?. i.-.o. . r. ?
si .[?;- 01 r?2i . fine nie.llum,
.i.'t'itiu' .'.-'?;i'.?i.? tine medium, .''.-.i.'-7
half Mool combing, OOe; tlirea eighth <?
We.
Pull? . i:?tr i. >'"'n . \.\. r,i:.i'-7
A .'.;:?.-.''.-.- . v sup? ra, 50052c
8REEP8KIN8 SALE IN LONDON.
U'ti.l n. .- ;?? I- \ ?ale of ?'.?;..
III^'.- and Natal .-!.- - hi h -ra
tu ilay ri-., re w> -?
only M. fa i? were sold The ? ? lion ? ..- a
...-. but the demand wai
tlrelj
email in.i ultj s .Id declin< 'I Id? .
,.t fruaii i., to .'.- i..- . ent, sihoiI an
?i.-- i skins ??? ?? il'.- areal
FOR?Cl.OStRE SALES.
Hi PI ?ME COI7RT, COI'XI \ "i NKW
fork -i'te.l M. 8(a In ?gainst
Oslas Ka-, .-t al.. Ii.-fa-n.l.-ini-.-? In pu
' . igmi nt "f fore* i -anr. ?u\ i -.i
?
-i ring
IW4. 1. tl"
.-...ni n no- I,
ni' tItan, at the Kj
?
' ??
? . -? i: ..' lai k ; i ' ii ?
<!nv. by H. I'l-.-i'liix 11 ?. r .1
prein i dira
and tin re?n di .? ?
.
-
; Manhattan, fit) nl :.
rt li- rly ?Lie ol . 'ii- Ii .
i'.-..-ni., thh i -
?
-
.-.- nut- i? !'ii the i
Hundred end Tweat) -third Itie? i
er with l'ai
eleven I
ace east?
said aentre line lha h ,. an
? . .? ?. ndra : in I ??- m
n? I- al * xi '
aaai i paral I? .
-.in - through a a i
? ?
?
?,--.t.-r!y hJ"I., t.. if ? m.?
Hundred and Btri
?ht inohee to
gtntitn i
; tu New Ti k. : ?- il ??
\\ ILBCR I. ?-KHBMORE. Ii
V.II.IiK". N< UMAX A KAIIN, '
?
?. r i ii .
'i>? Ing Is a diagram of t ?
t.. !? ? ?? Id i street i
- ~J
d
*; Centre Un? r-f Fi'.o<k.
r
'.50
The approximate- anumnt of I >r
? i-.aiKe i. ?ati-.fv which the Sbovi . :
property I? to be aold. la iev?w n is -? *
Hundred S?-vetuy an! IS-HI I oilers I
with Interest ibereaM timm lb? Hh ?at of
?.unual. Uli togellia-r ?a 111 rosl S*sd
- ^-Kuniin?- t.. Three Hundred Foro r-va
IM IM?'? S), ?nil lat? re? fro?
Umber ta i. Ml ' K-i'-> ?rtth :
ala Tb? ?**s**esiinat? amouni -.r tl a
t.,\, < asaaaameata aad water rat
lieos ' ? al i. ?? s "? ' e?iewed 'u tl
,' i?er ont Of ?h?* i llr' ,;-'-- "?""? >'? ? i
the Refarree. '? ??' ? ?"' ' "'if'' ''
premlaa? ?*'U '"? ""' ' ??Wsel I* a?m?>rtgage - r
?? jou an! aca-rtia-d Intortst. Itila-rc.it thereon
; ai ?'? per annum.
i Lasted. N*w York. BepUmaVr ath, III?.
WILDI'U u?.ltHi;Moi;c, i:
COURT CALENDARS
The meaning of the line / la
or agwlart. Caae? win be caite? la Ike sr?ae gteea
NEW YORK COUNTY.
MIHIAIK COURT.
Appellate Dlvlsloo?Recesa.
Mpe'lal Term ? Part II -IIENDRfK. *?
Bl parte matters.
RmOBAtW court?roil A LAN. a
No day calendar.
fin corar, _ .
Spec lui Term?Par| Il r>?:i.EHANTT. J.
I)x l trta ?natter-.
REFEREE** APPOINTED.
Nip-eme ? inri Hi: ' f >f'l< K. I.
Rltterfeld/Aschi ngran ? Kriedlander.
' 'Edelstein I K ?clien
Roth/Roth .1 m Para-Uln
l.inwn/nilwcll-J M Sohtienfeld
Iv OUT, .1
lawyer? .<?!?> ty/Ayruuli?II A F?rster.
Hulllvan/Kn-na M Di lebe?,
liy PLATZEK, .'
Dworaky/8 Darhotxkl?C i> Uonohne
<".en Tbeol S.ni M.- n-y?Vf Hulzberger.
Il) li'i.VNKI.l.V. J.
Mayer/L-x ffl. r N T Phillips.
Tly PHILBIN. J.
Morton/Keenan?P Crtchtoo.
KE< UIVERM APPOINTED.
?upreme Court?HENr?RI?'K. 3.
Minnie Huasell/.f Relas-I M Cohen
?Jora O ?:i*pt.in/j Clapton? E R Cohn.
11/ PLATZEK. J.
J-na P Webater/J T B Jone?-J W Keller.
BRONX COUNTY.
M PRKXR COURT
Special Term -BRADT. J.
Ex part? matt?*??At 10:30 a. m
Adjourned until Tuesday, tiept. K, 1114
rOUHTY COCRT.
Oper?a I Term- OTRB8, J.
Ex parte matters.
M'RROt-ATE-H COUBT?SCHULZ. S.
No day calendar.
RKKEREEM APPOINTED.
Supreme Court?BRADT. J.
Hauaer/West Woodwkg Co?D V Sullivan
Meo/Hoffman?J J Silver
Khlnelander/?' K Realty ?O-M Bandit
ELECTION NOTICE.
STATE OP NEW TORIL
OFFICE OF IHK BE? RETART OF STATK,
A 1,.1'iv, Aut?H-it ?lst. MM.
To ihe Custodian of Primary Raeofda of the
County of New York:
I? hereby given that, at the General ,
Bit lion t" be held In thin State on the ?
Tuesday succeeding the First Monday In No
vemliei next (November 3r?li. the following
ofTleera may be lawfully voted -or, la the.
i ounty of New York, to wit:
A (Joven the pis s of Martin H. Olynn.
A Lieutenant ?.'i,.,r, in the ?.lac? of Rob-i
. 'l I- V. ,,-nei
slaty or State, In the rda?-e of Mitchell
Hay. I
iptroiler, in the plaea of wiiiiam ?
Bobmi '
\ Tr aanrer, in the placa t? Homer D. ''.ill.
An Attorne) Ueneral, In the place of Thomae
, ,?
A Ktati I .Surveyor, In the plate
A lien? I.
An A ? ?f the Court of Appeala, ,
m i h. place -f tV'iiiiam Butler KornMatver.
i.-e.l I
. m aspira on tin- .
las) day of IVcenibei next
A Pniti - m tiie pla- ? of
Kllbu
? ?n-tUaUeaal
? o.iv .-:
Two .1 . Supreme Court, for the
m i?ie piara of |
r? and Bartow 0 Week?.
th? i.,.v. raer to tul vasaney,
uiios,. turma or ? .(!.? will exialre on the
: n ,.i December na?t
A i;.-i ie-. nt uive in the Sixty-fourth Coagreas
?r Um i ,,,!..i rtuttea far ei.ch of the follow
Ing Congresstonal ?llstri. Ik of the Sta'e of
fork, viz.: I-ili, I3tb, 14th. I in. 14th
Ixtli, IMh and 10th i>i?tri,-i?. reepee
?II ??? which are wholly Minute with?
in ? ? New York; also for the
.1*1 , . lively
partly in New York Coonty and partly In I
I iron x i'ounty; also '<?? ihe iltii Congre?-|
, f ru. bmond
?'..niiiy and part ol New York County.
V S.tllll lllOWing SellHie
? .N.w York, via,:
llth, Uli. ISth, ll?h. 15th, 14th. 17th. Mh.
i'.'h ami .'.n instil t . respectively, all of
? i.i. I .. Ithln the ('..uiitv
'..' New v< .!,.. __rt District,
eonipo .,! of pan nt .\,vv York county and
inly,
,1 Convention :
rrom - . ?.. ? mention? I
ibly and one fro~i
i uri ?. lirons Coun*
? - sal or office of j
:ii. Secretary of State, at the City
thlrtj tiisr day of
the v. .u one thousand
n ?
Mu. ni.1.1. may. Secretary of State, i
? ?Fl Hi: i ii-' i in: iiTY CLERK.
? II 1 MALI
fill m;u- V'il'.K.
U Ipal Rulldlng,
? .-? pti mbi r 17Mi, IM4.
?
III ? 'Ml |iliu i-e With thi | I- .is!,CM ,,:
'?' i~ n Law, as amended hi
I of the l-iws of una,
I ?', th.- r*|ty <>il!i era to Le
for at I ??;... ,,i Eh ctlon. No
. .1 Ipal Court. Second
. incy ? ? isl ii ? i By
ll ! II una - P. Iilnnean
i , Kplri I !? rin.
' ? . Itv Court of the ?Mly of
Justin Joneph i
lirei .\-'ir> i I .<?
? ? .i ..i mi y ex; n -
..-t l'ait?
?
- > MOT of
I,.i., !?' Haacall, whose term of office
, - 31st, i:.ll?. lo MU a va
..Isl. Ii?.l.
I' I. S< TI,I.Y. i'ity Clerk.
1'ork, City .-f New York. n-..
IV?. ? milans of Prim try Records in and
, .- ' -.i i . : .v. iv > ol :. do hereby o r
h.iv< ?mpared the annexed
nal notice t: .i an ' i ?? orded ;n
r ;i IUI4, and that the
? thereof, and of the
vv! >li Inal.
lit.- .... w. lave hereunto <-et
of said ?"list"
Records tl.c !Tt.. -lay v.?
Si . t< in er, l * ? 1.
' UtRIBI, IIRITT,
MO-iEH M. McKKE,
s ka n i ?:.
,i m i 'i: \. LIVINGSTON,
i Primary i:
SURROGATES' NOTICES.
RSCANCE OF AN ORDER OF HON.
? i. ..v Fowler, a Sunog..t.' of the
|g h.ivl.y given
,., ;,n ? lima uK'ilnst Charl- s
F Zabriskle, .aie ?( tha Count) of Set*
?? rat thi ime vv lib
> i -s ,u t ? ..
., ,,.,. . islaeaa, at the orftee
Ol Stitl S Phillips, No 111 Pulton Street.
nan. In the C.tv of New
Y'crk. on >t l-efor? tha twenty-third duy of
? it,
. ,\.w V rk, the <M_tith ?lav or May.
1 ; i MINNIE P. ZAtlRIBKIE,
;.x,i utrlx.
CHAS STEWART PHILLIPS
i H A H LE- I .KM Al RE ZABRI8KIE,
? Rxj ,-'i. ir*
' IN PI ItSl A NCR ?>F ?.N OR? ER OF HON.
i- . .,! ? ?. of the Coun
? . give? to all
gainst Edward M
it? of the ' "?'? w York, da*
i with 1
? t i at I
? o111. e of Stilt ?
Di
?ta Y':k , n or
- No e-m ,-r in xt.
1...-. Of May. till
MAI; Y" - r? ?RUB ?< iE
Ex? 'itrlt.
l'ART PHILLIPS.
M iRU ?TORRS COE,
Exacutora.
|.|:i: of H. -i
s.'. ? ??
notloa i>- .
.< Il i; ? a r'.* a-,' llnst
? ?
'i ? ?!? I hfl - I'M.?
s iba rtber, ai
No, :'.n
on ..'
' i da) ,-f Mar,:i ni -I
- ptem
il i
i vMKs' B. FORD
i;xv.
' V. II.l.I A MS _? SAXE,
-.
. ORI ER OF HON.
reg ite of Uta Cava*
. glvtn lu all
liant Mary a era ig.
of N.w Volk, ,:, ? imei.
with ? . i .
t hl ai a ? ( tj-n?.a< tin,
Maiden 1-tri?. j
. .:.:..,: an "i the city of
t.hv; ?5th day of No
day of May. lili
?alai AN ' ' CAL;. El? .?or.
- . ORI ?it l?r' HON.
;;., . ir 1. ' - --i..gate of to?
e ., hereby given
- ?. Blast '??--;iri
New Yirk.
.hers
al '.'?? r ; . ?
?? ont, e of the A?tor
s fth Avenue In ih*
? rork, n .r bsfore il.v -?tb day
- he 3rd duy of April. 1911
i LIZ \ -iIIARDL? ?W Egacutrts
- I COUPANT Ptecu'or
\\ i \- for Lxocutrix
? t, NV.v Y ,ik Cltf ,
TO WHOM II MAY CONCERN.
-IN I't'l.SCAVE
of an ol H> lohB V i oh_i;.n Ear*
? b \ ork, not-ee I?
t ?? ? lervtgned intend? to
: Ad intslratioa on the
' !? lita "f the <t?^Ve
n i ? i ' -? lion ~.~j\ nt
? s. * ? - ..r ? Ivii ? r ?dun rtu
all !?? root * having
B Watt Thome.- .ate of
? .v ^ orb i. ceasad, t,- ptea? nt
* hen l ? ' to th? Sur
. a ?-.-.?. \ ?,. ,,t tha
i ? rough of Manhat
N ' 1 ill ,n or !.. fore II
1911 EXERT 1 Til?.MAS.
Ill SIN ESS NOTICED.
Mnltigrapli ia*iirr?. ,<i o % ;in "t km
II :: 10,'OU. >'. prompt <; U. W?at_Mfor4L
U? Naa-aa. Room loo* I'bon? B-xk-ULWk
BANK REPORTS.
flEPOKT OK THK CONDITION OF
THE FIFTH AVENUE BANK
OF NEW YORK,
at the close of buelnese or. the 12th day or
September. 1W14.
RKSOI'R?-*ES
Stock and bond Investments, vis. :
l'util!?- sa-a urltles (book value.
?ftO..W?i. market value. ?50,000.1*)
Private securities (book value,
?6,000), market value. ?,?0000
Krai estate own?d. 532,00?. Oi
I/ians and discounts secured by
bern? ami mortgage, deed or
other real estate ?ollata-rai. 302,500.00
Ia?nn? and discounts secured by
other collateral . S. 100,124.44
1-a.ans. discounts, and bills pur
rhase?! n?>t secured by collat?
eral . 4,932.1S9 71
f|\?'rdrafts . laVeOH.-jf?
T'iie from ?rust companies.
banks and laankers. not Inelud -
ed III pre. r.ilnu itern. 2*)*. 245.2*
2,?Jt.HI T7
t'nlted States lejjal tender note?
and aotea of national bank.?... i.isJ2Teo.ra?
Cash Items. vis. :
Kxi-liringe.s an-l checks
fair next ?lay's clear
tng. . l2S8.OSe.25
Other cash Items. 4.1 ?4.1 .'?::
_'H}/. -?a ;*
Other aiaet-a, ?i/. :
Acervad intere>i n?*
entered on books st
close of bvalaeee
<-n above date
(estimated) . $20.042.51
Clearing House ae
COUBt, Bet balance ,"!no,noo.i?o
- 32P.A42.5i
Total .?18.72O.872 07
LIABIUTtES.
?"a-iltal stock . $1(10.000.00
Sail plus on mark?-? valu??*:
Surplis fund . fbsa.OnO.Oia
Undivided profits . "".?iiVi.?!!? ."?7
- 2iw.<;i??7
surplus on book val
. IS.UT.0MJT
Deposits;
Preferred, ae follows:
Ian? New York
State savings
banks. ?JMM.aH
New York
state eavtags
.i- i i-.an aaao
. latieM and
credit union? ?01.Til
.Not preferred, aa
follows:
I "["'?its subject
t.. keck 15. ?21.230.'::
Iieinaii.l ?-ertifl
rate? of deapeall 30,850 ;.'<
Caahlera* .lust..?
outstanding, hi -
eluding .?-lmllar
< hecks of other
tti. ira . 14,217.11
'?erttii.-i checke. TS.Tl?*uM
im.- trust com
naniee, baa
and bankers.. 20.343.1*?
H\ten.l total deposits.~ K,IH,m.C
i Other liabilities, viz.:
Ill ?.-r\es for taxes
and contingencies t33*,lttM
Estimated u n
earn..! dtacayunts 71.250.aa'?
ajaj
', Tot.il .$18.73
KKl'OKT OP TUB i-ONIMTION ur
THE BANK OF AMERfCA
.it Hie cloM of business on tlie I-th day i |
September. 19U:
RBtWL'RCEK
' St?>ol?#and bond Investment.-?, ?i*. '
ruflic securities (book value,
ll.OC.4.75.1 S3), market value. $1,064.753 33
I Private ne.uiritle? ibook value,
M, 111,177 H), markst value. 3.010.0? 00
Real estate owned. 9W.00? (M
I> ans and discounts secured by
l.'.n.l and mortgage, deed, or
! other real estate collateral. r.,009 00
Loans u:i?i dlscoaata secured by
otha-r collateral . 10.04?.261 45
Loan* discounts and bills pur?
chase.! not ?.cured by collateral. 11.470.S7I 41
Overdrafts . Ill
Due from approved r
serve deposltarl.-s, lena
amount of offsets.$31?;,?33 19
I ' i- from traM com?
panies, Lank?. end
bankers not included
In pre? ?Ming Item. 503,"37 ??4
- S,-9~l 53
RpacU . 4.11?,?4t*l
I'nit.il gtatea tetral-tendar notes
and not.-a of national banks. 3.0*7,44:1 00
Cash items, viz.:
Exchanges and che.-.<s
for next ?lay's clear?
ings . P.IH.I2I K
nthe.- rasa it-ms. a?. 074 ?4
-l.itM.IKSt
?)?her assets, ? I/.
Accrued Interval not entered on
11? k-. at ruses of Imm?mos m
above date. ?:',M W
Clearing How? a- mint, a t
i dance . ..'AO.OSHOO
rotai . .I3*.?o;.7rjoi
LIABILITIES.
iil'H.I lock .It.500.aa????
Surplus.un market ?aiu> Si
Rurplus f-ipd. W.rtuO.000 i'ai
Undivided pretta. 197 <**??> *9
-?.le-OaVai 4*J
as -n look val?
ue? . ? ?' M ??
I lepoali ?'
i o- Neat Vr.rk State
Savings Lanka . '.V,
ii.-iawii? subject to
.17.7,2.JOJ II
Demsn I eertlUChtea of
? le;oalf .
' i- :er n , 'on ks OUt
-- adltur . ?
Certified . be -a?. :
I'lii-ald dividende.
i....- trust eompanlea,
i anks,
Kxtml total depuwitJ. 8JIS,77tN
in -1er liaMlltlea, ?-1/ :
hieeervaa for tax?e.$Ct.-*1 H
A.-.-riie.1 inier ?t not ? n
t. red <n book? at ?l-.so
of ? usin?es i n abet ?
? i?t. .
-4S.I2I ^,
Total .$J$.IM.7?2 ?V
CITATIONS.
I'HK PKOPUC OK Till; UTATK OT NKW
v-r;<. i ;. the grao? of God fres and Inde
Uargarel v. Hagwin. ly.tii* T.
It.iaxtii . dm; il l, uiiat-ry .?.fah-i y
H a All McAfee, Jam.? U-n Ali
lfaggiii and I'iui? Ix-.- Hageln, the h-lrs and
ii> xt .,f kin "f Jem*e I? ilaggln, a
.-? - I gi
\vlereea, Untie T lla/ein. who reaidea at
Clootar, N. J. : M?.r?rar?-t V. Huggln who re
atdee al v.. l Barn Min street, New Tor*
any; .??.an McCUtlOb, ?*hu re?iJ. s at S-.
Bl Weet 73-1 streajt. Haw York city, eni
II. I'-k Holler ?V.o reeldr* at No. 10? High?
land avenue. Montclalr. N. J. ave lately
.. led to 'h- surrogate?' <*our? of ou?'
: New V-.rk, t., bave a c? rtaln ??i
atrument In writing, tearing date the 13th
day of Januar? Uli. relating t.? both naat
party. du;y proved as tin?
'.is? Will an 1 Testament ..f Jama?? B. Haa
gin, who ???a at the lime of his d?ai> a
refilent f .v.. I I'aat ?4th street. In the
'..unty of Ne.v V ik. ue.eaaaud.
Therefore, >ou and #a> h of ?ou are cited
\ cause before the durrogatee' Coon
..f our ?.'ounty d New Tork. at the Hall of
la. In th- ? ounu of New Yiartr, on the
luth, day of October, "ne thousand nine b?o
dreal and fourteen, at half-pas? ten u'cW? k
in the f.-renoun of that day, why the salt
Will ?nd Testament ?hnupi not be admit?,.!
10 probat? ?a i? Will Of real and perra-ual
In teetlmon) wbaM-eof, we have caused ?ha?
Seal of the Surrogate-.' > "ourt of th? sa'-l
ijiuni) of New \ ork to 1* hereunto aTtx? .
Vallina.- Hon. J?iH'.' P. i?.?HAI. KN
[L. s.| a Barra-gata ..f our said ?aunty of
v ? York, at -an county, th?- 17th ?lay af
la Ses ?yea ..f .ui \,*i on? tho?a
hundred an i f.-iirt.-eii
PANIKI. J rniWDNET.
r>rk ,i the -?urrugatea' ?.'ouit
BU8NES8 CHANCR._
WANTGD-An Ideal Who a?aa thinkTot eoane
simple thing to patent T ProtaKt yoasr Idler
they nsey *irlng you wealth. write? fee
"Needed Inventions" and "la w -? 1el Tear
Pataut and Your Money." HandaTbnb A Cbsa
paiiy. Paunt A?tjra,vs. Waab., fj c

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