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H . THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER! I, IB.H. , '
K MIL STEIN BARKS HIS SOUL. Bi avEsaita Titer iro.vr nortiEn mat WBtt -Vt"r 'v VASADA. KM 'Writ Han that II Ho II ; Al o Melt or Hi OnnO He Mtole I KjJf Mw Torh-MTh Va-satd Bill TIII Tell" Kl Lewi Bleln. manufacturer ot carters and iff tutta.aupporter at 378 Canal atrast under KJjTl the atria of Lawla Stein .1 Co.. baa sold ot.t Ma Hnp bualnaaa and dlsanpeartd, leavlne debts re KJlij port'd'at 0Tr 125.000. Creditors tried to caieh ah blm. bat did not succeed, and be In safe In HI Canada. Cradltors ear that he nu lat een f t hit place ot hatlnesn on Bept, 2. He oM u out hid business to Osorc D. Nichols on Sept. Mm 1 for 11.700. under an agreement which. It Is ) aald, was made last April. Before be sold out Kl h bought a Urate quantity ol soods on credit Mil no to Aue. 28. nhloh goods ba dlanppaared Hjl (rem ths aior. HfJ Deputy SherlS McOlnnla restardar received RI n attachment against Mr Stein fort!, (HO In Hfl fftTor ol the Osboru A Chjesman c'oinDanr. B9 and he seized a lot of goods stored In ware mm bouses. Illumenstiel A Hlrscb represent HJR about twenty creditor, whose claims actrre- fjl aate oter 110,000. anion them being the BI Osboru A Cbsesman Company. 01.640: Arm- Kit toonr Manufacturing Companr. 1700; Mnrtln jl Manutacturlnu Companr. 042O; E. Heed Good- a ridge Oompanr. 700 : Oeorite It. Curler, tl. 103 : American Hills ronipnnr. I7H0: J'.dnln Borax. $H0. and Qeorue H. Colton. 1450. H Mr. Emanuel Dlumenstlolsnld restordnr tbat M there was no doubt ihnt Mr. Stein bad stone to fl Canada. This tetter shows that he It cheerful B and hopeful: H " Montreal, Sept 4, 1891. M "FntiND N'tcnoiji: I arrived enfely here last bight, and have enimirod rooms nt 2.2IH 8t. Hfl Catherine street, where rou can safely write M me to.' It was mr good luok that I met rou B en ronr war home the other ere. became MM otherwise ther would ur,-ly have gotten me. as I did not know I wits in 'Janitor of uNvst: mm ami my lawyet told me all alone Hint tber Han could not touch me; but It was different nbeu tueygot your written iiKretmnt, antl h did mm C oi know about this written agreement either. Bases i nan one-nun wizen verr unrroiv e-cnti -s. 611(1 lucky ones. too. us thoy wore niter m In .olioken. where 1 liviM. too. tlmy ct wind a ttyouB tl!e !' wlio are In tiitli Ilium), but ; I did dot sleep homo Unit night, and took the t next mom Ing'BtiHln for here, ami l guusstbey n Won t Dottier nienoiv. ff ."I hoi.e ther won't (lnd out where I cot mr K stuff loft In New York, and It tlior don't I'll BB fpcinbogln to seil them bore ami throughout mg& the mates. I mean to .-.ell for you no Hint you an bu7 the materials nf me niter 1 sold what got mnde iid. and whii'h ih not ntiicli. I nm fl sorry that I could not Bend you that slllc neb for that llitlo onloi. bu' 1 ('Hn have It eend to mm jou within a noek. or ion coalil bur n grns aasorlod from Conk, Valentine it Co.. Howard Bl fitreet, i near Croihy, or from Mnrtln A Co.. aM iVorttLatreet, east o Hioadwuy. The unpaid BJ bills will tell ihnlrnddresHuR. I did not get any of mvmall ret since I sold BB jut te rou becHUKc the I' O. tried to hold them BJ toenaWe tbn olllnei - lo cut'li m BB 'Ofci-I bone and guess this will blow over In BB f-'a months, nnd tlun will bo itble to comn BB back: anrwnr. I enn travel throughout the BB country tor. rou. as iher won't know where I am. anil I guess you won't tell. 1 nm sorry BB that you gave them that agreement, and my BH lawrer said the same, end that they could BB never have done ou a irtbitiuat nil. BB l'leaso write me lull particulars whnt Is BB turning up at limne and what they are doing. BB ud anrthlng rou want to know fiom me BB about the new business will cheerlully glvo it BB t0.?lu . ur. vory truly. 1,. hTFiN. BB i lint I assigned the raonoy you owed me B you ought to know mm to protect It from oth- BM rs being nttm In-tl. nnd It dues not nfTei-t rou HI anr. lias any more goods com a fur me I BB certnlnlr would not have ilnno this buhln-'ss BB had I known that I was lliii le to arrest. Ac." Bn Blumenstlel ,V Hirch until yesterday that Br they had found fouritieu asot of toods at HJj lluhbell's waroliouae.il l.ooimrd street, eiored BR In tbu nam of Cohen nnd heral moi cn-en Hm or goods In a stbiebi'UKe on VeBlry sireet in Bf tbe name of II. Hteln 'I bey supposed thesa BB goods weie noilh in. dial. ly fi. (I 0. 'Ihev.le- , , flured that It w..s a dell oraioBObemo by Hteln H' to cheat tho irodllitiH. They till. I tbat bo BB rnsde an agreement on Aw 11 1 to soil out the business on Sept. 1 to Mr. tieorge I). Mi-hola, who paid $1.7ii0 for the plnnu llxture. Ae.. and about $400 worth of goods. Mr. Stein had aid ha wanted In retire Irum business on nc- count pf 111 health and was going to Calllotnln. Between July in and Auir. 2: h bought on credit $17.0iii) wnrtli of coodi. of which $14.0ri't was delivered to him In August. He bought floods right up to Aug, 2!), nnd fold them nt eha than cost for cash. Some of the goods he sold In the orlgfnnl packnees lust as hn re-cylved-them. lie was aide to obtain credit In the trade on the -tronutli of a statement he R,V..0.nJuno;,i claiming asvets of $2i,8uo and liabilities I.0i)(Lhleh ho repeated on Aug. 17. BltimonstleTA- HlrSch estimate that Mr. bteluowes about $2.Mi0 lor merchandise, bo- Sldes a good deal f(.r borrowed money. Mr. teln has bean In business here fur tbe psst nfteeu roare. having oome from Cblcngo. Ha lormerlr had a branch nt Montreal. 3M8. MASH TELl.S nitOir.XETO GET OUT. Browne. Ilarlnc Furlelicil the Flat.T.oae III Trnper and Mlrlkce Her. Charles A. Browno was nrrnlgned before Po Ilea Justice Wulshin the Adams Btrset Court In Brooklyn rusterday ana held for examina tion (or aa alleged assnult upon Qrace Mann. The oomplalnunt Is a very attractive brunette. abiut2S years old. and was stylishly dressed Whep she eagerly advanood to tbe bench to press her charge. She was nppirently disap pointed whoa tbe caso was adiourued. but her feelings were soothed when sho found that Mr. Browne had to go to jail in default of ball. Mrs. Mann baun hlMory. She wus brought up In Brooklyn, and five rears nco marilod tieorge Mnun, a wealthy resident of Hartford. '-nu. wo years attcr ner marriage bIio met Charles A. Browne, a bright young micbanic. and eloped with him. taking her babr ton alone, Browne and Mi. Mann have since been living In Brooklyn, nnd their doings bavo been fieuuentlr brought to the attention of tha public. Soon utter tbolr arrival from Hart ford the child was ehokod to death with a rubber nipple, and there wa some i-usplclon ft the tuna that the ohlld's death might bare resulted flora negligence. The couple moved around from plnco to pace, and were constantly In Imtwater. with itber their neighbors or their landlords. A few weeks ago Mrs. Mann reltmod to be ejected from al'enrl stitet house, nnd in open court apt up the defence that I nwyer Vau Vechten, tbaowner. had given her the prlvlluge of living in tbe bouse rent free, provided he should oc cupy the first lilac in her affections. She wns aected. however, nnd then went to live with r. Brown and their gdl in tho top flat at 110 Montague atieet. It.wr.a here that tho trouble. which resulted In iliowtie's ntrest oc curird luat weak. , As Browne had furnlsbeil the flntnt acoRtof 100. he was indlgiiant when he letmne.l there, on Tuutsdny tiiuht. and was notified by Sirs. Mann that he would have to seek other fiuarlers. It being her Intention to oci uny tho atallbyher-lf. Mr Browne admits that be ost his temper .it (lis exhibition or coolnesi on the part of the woman and that h struck lier. lie snys tnut ou that purticular day 6 no.lhin-incident bud aggrayated ihe trouble. , bid discovered that 'he woman had taken 165 or Ills money and had gone to the S'Iiocih bead Bay track with a .Now iork spon named rrntt. He followed them to the Hack sod found them togeibcr on tho grand s'nud. It was oulr the pronce ol a pollcemnn.be taya. and the flight of Mi. I'rnit that prevented loodshed. All iblsmt more tlmu be could atand.and be thlnkx the tbtashlnc be cave the woman was well deserved. , It la thought that harmony will be restored between the couple holme the examination In the Adams btrett Court cornea around. ANOTHER USUI' IS CIllSA. JL. Utsatoa MtBtloa itt Ichana. on ta Tmi. (r.Klanci Uotioyed. Wisni.NOTON, Bout. 10. Tho Department ot State has received a loleainiiblo despatch fiom the Minister at Peklu repining that a riot has oocurred at Ichaiic, on the Ynngtso-Klang Jliver, In the province of lloo l'e, and that an establishment of American mltsionarles Iher bad been destroyed. No further particulars are given. Tha gravity of tha situation In Cblna In creases dally, and tbe Navy Department la Undine ltt aid to protect American Interests Id answer to tha representations of tbe Depart ment of State. , Tbe Charleston Is now on ber way to Cblna from San f ranolsoo. nnd the l'etrel. In tba neighborhood of New York. Is tinder orders to proceed Immediately to Cblna to strengthen Admlial, Belknap's fleet; but tbey can hardly reaob their destination inside of two months. . Particular concern Is felt at the departments In this last riot because of Its location. Icbaug is about 200 miles further up tha Yangls Clang than Hong Knw. which Is as far above tbe mouth as versela ot war can make their way under onllhur clrciiniHtaucev Ii, time olblgliwatet Hb'hl draught wui vessels mav got above theie, and, in lact. the Asbuelot and the Mpnocacy have e.ich suoceeded in reaching Iphang. But unless there is high water In the mer at present Admiral Belknap, will bare difficulty in getting a veuel up to th seen of troabl. DISAGREE as to who first discovered the Chloroform by which we make ourselves insensible to pain, but people everywhere know that the agent that Drives Pain Out of us was discovered fifty years ago by Perry Davis. Its appropriate name is and it is counted as an in dispensable requisite in the home the palace or the hut the wide world round. For sale I It Kills Everywhere. Pain. si:ui:n sums manager Jacobs. Ill Mtorle Abont Promised Kls aaa C'hrlvlnm Turkey tbat Weren't nought. Manager Joseph E. Seder's autt against 17. R. Jacobs was begun yesterday In the Circuit Court at Newark. II. It. Jacobs whs In court with his son. ntid was represented by William B. Guild and Samuel J. Macdonald. while feeder was represented by Francis W. Knowles. Seder was Jacobs's manager from 18S7 to last May, when be resigned. His claim Is for tl, 198.73, and among the Items are: Services for fourteen weeks during tbe construction of the new theatre at a salary of $30a week : com mission as agent in procuring a loan of $10,000 for Mr. Jacobs, for which, he says, Jacobs promised him a $500 diamond, and cash paid out by Mr. feeder at Mr. Jncobs'a request and for bis account He Introduced lettera and tel egrams sent to him by Mr. Jacobs, and one to a firm of architects, In which Mr. Jacobs rep resented tbat Seder was bis agent in the oon stiucllon of th new theatre. Among the in teresting documents submitted was this: Pre. is, ism Vr. Jt. K kri'r. Prut him Kncloiel nnd ffenerl order for ChrlftniM turkey. Thli or.ier thoulil te read to employees at tho times of presentation. Untertunmiel), a fair or oar lepretentatlves in the p."t hare used no discretion la the rninttuent or ttil uenerai order and, so that there may lie no mistake ott are limned in spend iO ror turceys rur yiitir hous-. or course, yon are not cora Iitllsd to expend Sio but pnd as much leu as yon lonren.entlr can audit.itlie order lumce Under no circumstance. allow yuur disbursements 10 ezoeed Ion. Vours, do., si. J. Jaiobs. The enclosed order was: C.F.NEJIAL OIIIIER NO. 20. Nrw Yoni pc. IS. IMHi-To all representative on the II. It. .larotis s imperial Amuieincnt circuit You w til taka notue that in accordance with my usual cus torn to present i each and even one or my employees at Christmas time a "Chri.tmas turkot." ou win. ttierelure tale due notice aiid ifovern youree f acenrd Inm). tin nristmas Kle. pf. -ii, join, you will pre sent to each and evrry on or mr employees at II. H Jacobs New Tneatre. .Newark. N.J . a large tat turkey, with my cnmp.lmeiils or th s.aton. that Ibay mar ap preciate that I have their best Interest and good wit at heart, and that even with tu vast amouatot busi ness with whtch 1 am burdened the weltare of my em ployees le alwaye considered by m Wishing all amy employees a merry merrr rhnstmas, and a prosper ous hew Year. 1 reuaio. yours very truly. it. R. Jacos. This did not havo anr special relevance, bnt It created some amusement In court. especially when Seder testified ibut before tbe turkeys could be nuiehasod a young man came out from New iork nnd countermanded the order, so tbat the employees got no Christmas tur koye after all. beder testified that Jacobs re peatedly told him that be did not expect him tn work for nothing and that he would settle with him at the end of th neason. The defence tried to show that Seder's work on the now building was gratuitous, and that all ho hoped for at the time was to retain bis place a managei. and tbnt he never received pay during tbe summer vacation. Under snld that he had a verba) contract with Mr. Jacobs nn manager for live year?, and that be had no anxiety about bis place In the now theatre. He eaid that Jacobs referrod him to his aon when he asked for a settlement, and that tbe son ran away wben he tried to talk to blm about tbe matter. The Incident about the diamond occurred in tbe Third Ave nue Theatre in ibis city.be testified, and W. A. i.dwatdi henrd Jneobi make the promise. He said that Mr. Jacoba had for Feveral years been trying to get a theatre site In Nowark. nnd had nt last settled upon the Academy of Music. He wanted a load of 1 5.000, and Seder tried to got It for him. lie reported that Brewer Hill would make n loan of 1 10.000 ntli per cent., and would pay $l,40ii a year for tbe cat.' tor live veers. Jaoobs told him that h vw.uld give blm a lour and one-half curat stone worth $j() If he secured the loan. The prom ise was made in May, lttOO. .Lawyor Mncdonald naked Seder If be did not goto Jacobs and ask lor S3 or $10 wben he was bard un during the summer. ' No." roplie.l . seder. "1 hocked my watch for 2U one day to gel out bill boards for the new theatre." Lawyer Frauds W. Knowles Is a youncman, and this Is his llrt ca-e Itt court. Tbe trial was not ended. dox't ir..vr the Tieoi.r.Kr system. Blorrlsnnta Folk Htate Their Object) (o ('omnslealoMcr llelntr. The trolley srMora as a proposed means of transportation iu the annexed district was discussed leforo Commissioner Luttls J. Helntzyostcsday. Ki-.ludte ilrnefrt Hall represented the Inter ests of the Harlem Bridge, Morrlsanla and Foidham ltnllioad Company, which proposes to substitute the trolley system on their lines of travel. Lawyer Arthur J. Hints-, represent ing the property owners alone the route vtho oppo&o the Introduction of the system, said that the rnllroad company had not obtained the consent of half ths proporty owners whos propei ty abuts on Boston nnd Third avenues, through whiPb the road Is to be tun. Ilei-nhi also that the substitution of cloetrlclty for horee power amounted siibstnniiallv to the bulldlug df h new road, und that the State Board of liallroad t'ommlsslnners therefoie had noautlioritv tu grant petintsslon to tbe coin puny in introduce tho Holler i-y-loin. 1 hn permission of the local auiborities must Jl.rst bo obialneil and tlila had not been done. Mr llutia said Hint the, iiermlaslon of tbe llounl of l.lectrlc.il t otitrol which had been oii lalned vvas clven In Yfnlatlnii of the huva of the Mate. wbk-U say that elccttiu wlies must be put underground, Lx'Jtidgn Hall said tbe consent of the neces satr nu in ner of mopi-rty owners had been ob. tolne 1 1, and that the company had no Idea of building a new road, but merely Intended to substitute u hotter means ot locomotion. Commissioner llelutz ordered the railroad peoplp to submit a new application for hi permission to make the desired changes, aud to leave out the clause relating to the exten sion ol tnepiesout route, Willi h was Included In the Hiipllcaiion ol Aug.'.'H. He also isl'oj that copies of the permlseionn gt anted by th State Bo.itd i.f l.allroad Coinnilsaloners and the Boiiid uf Vlectili al t'omrol be Presented to him. Thou, he said, he would consider tbo arguments. Aicneed Apuretsirs Glre Hull. rnn.ADKi.rmA. Sept. 10.-Mssra. Crawford, Bill, andilloueeman, three of tbe five mercan tile appraisers accused of conspiracy to de fraud thy commonwealth, gave ball at th real, dene of M glstrale l'nle late Inst night for their appearance at th bearing of tbe case on Monday. 'JLb n her two accused. Appraisers. Fatton and Hunter, had entered ball early In tbe evening. Dr. Leslie E. Kcclcy of Dwiglit, 111., Ilu tttbllihed at White rielss. K. v., for Ihe oonves lence ol patients In the bait branch or hi. re ebraled Institute tor Ihe cure of alcohouo and morphine Inesrl ales. ThUiirmnii islo cluree or a physician who has heeu muter Pr. heeley perioual Inltriictioii. Ihe insthoile and suoces at hit I'laio are fitentieal with those acnlsred br llr. Keetey A.l'.reil TDK tttLEY jhSTiTUTt, wiiitk ruth's. . V. 2 - - .... ' . rtSANCIAX. AVD COXHEHCtAn Ktw Trk Mlek ExchaK-Sate Bet. lO, VKITKD STATRS AMD ilATE BOHOS ftM tl.00sl. I Ala., Class A tin stxjnla.cn. 4N..... ; a Ala.. CiaiaR ice I I hor ' r. eon. .. B" lu Ark. 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Cent 7e I.a'i 44 101 :ohor. rsc.cn.5s.... e2"i 1U' IJ..........I. . 7W. N. V. Pv2J.. 3t 10 8jS I Wis. renL 1st. B3' ID hor. P. A M. ist....HM 10 Wis Cent Inc. ... 47 in h. J. CenLsBi.se.. Kilt - "H 2 .- III'. 13 . 46, 1 h. Y. C. ex. ae. Wlh total aalsset railway beads (oar value). 1 1. 631.00a Jl All.no A 1) AND OTHKIt 8BARES. cpe- litis, louh amine-, (l.i in est. eec Bit. Ateed. lOOAltonAT.H 3IJ4 3SV S!i 34 35 400 Amer. ct. oa.... a';!s ' a.v, as a iwiAmer Cable l SI 81 eo eilj 42eoAich.. i.8. r.. H js), ii UH eai. euObnn-Roch.Ar... 31 M 3,'s aS Stili eo soohua. KochAi'.or. so. mi 71-h, tui IlloiiCaii souihern.... 37V "H S7J, as s-w 13 oi aliadlan facinc. u;i HI Bill, u W.J, llxi Central 1'aeinc. . J- 3il !) 32 321, iS73Ll.e. uBlo aij, a.t, 3l'i HI, aH BIOI. AO. 1st Dt.... OX.S -S 37tj f, !M am c. A o. --a pr as sd aa se : auudiLA e.iii 7i' '- iV " "a'j IWilhL A h. IIL pf... I'JiJ Bjli lie-s rj vi 2liithli'aioi:as. Rn, 4v5i 4i Uf, lull 0 i.. l.."'. 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Vt.. 6J?J Ul, t3. tt'l'. III', asjALakehhore. Iie, 110 1171, 117', H7, son lone- island x'ii vat u;, em. tM 24ioLaciM uas. ...:.. an;; ao, -.11 11.;, ; 1U337 Liiuis. A .NssO. ... ,0 711 78 7ei. 78', ito LoalaH. A. A C... 2H aiijf a'f 28, a7 633 Manhattan Con... I03J, 105), lu;.l, inr, 10;.;; aoMarylaadCoai.... at ai 21 20 23 etoMichlxau Cent... 101 loiVj now iihj' 101 6J7J atiasourl racitlc... 73',' 7J-. 7.'?, 7J'i 73 230M0.han. AT 17), 17V 17', 17',, 17'; 36 Mo. K, A I. Ot.... 24', 23 U4L, (, L.,l .133 Mobile A Ohio 4J 42V ' 4IM 42!, 154 Morns A hr. 1411,- 141), MP, H2U N.J. central I -".', uiji, iii-m It" un 17.' s.. central no no net', nifn; hki 4101 NatL Cordate. .. vt'i oi1; hi', ej t.a'i luohati oidairepr..lnii'. It"1. lwi'J I on nu Slitu North Aroer I7, 17.-; it.',' ism 17 11772 N. Y A Iew fcn. 4'J', 4i..'a Bn?, 39, so', 31H3N. Y C. A ht. I... 1 le), 171, 17t IS LO h.Y..O.Aet U I pr. 70', BO 7UJ, 70; 711 105ON.T..C.Hli L'pf. 37,4 ' 37 SlAl 37W liwisN. Y 1..I1. aw., an;, as 2eK ai'4 28'; 2I2UN. Y..l..r. A VV.pr. Ill UrU t'.l (Ml, Ml)v iion. v.. s. a iv nr.. ai1; ait, :u;; 33 sjt, atiNorr A iv. of ays ', iv, 34 :.'. 41JNorthrrn Pacmc. 2.K 27',- ai;, 20K 27 141.13 Mirihern i'c.ot.. iat( 7a', n 7sj. 7i'- 10 Ohio Southern. ... 17), 171, 17) ; 17 17); isio Ontario a Weet... ii'X 10'. iai im;; in, lMiureeoti . a ..... so en 1; so fuo urekon .. L an'; a"',' -..'.' ,': l7 SJIurecincMall .17;, 3H Si.'; 37 37'; 1 10 1'en.. Dec. A Ev... 21 al 21 snij -ii &7110 I'hha.A rteadlnr. 37 37 3d1; 31 1, :;.; 101 full. ral. car 1.0.I8H Ins its )n7 1ms r,B7 r .1; .c.a tit 1. pt.. m in',' H4 tn; ov: aim Rio ijrandeW 411 411 40 40 tun 27ltllllcll A W I' -US H' U'.i I4!i W, io-iiiicti a w. r pt... HO III., LO SHI, w 10lt.1V. AO 107 1U7 1117 llxi Ili7'l IDHLl. A e. w Hi Kb "'i '; S'l ie8l.L.A8 W. pt . I M, I). I'iJi 13'i ll.ij aostraui a iioi.... 3'U 33, .'ii., nu :u,ji l.ost.1'. A Omaha ... -ti)t :i-? 3.;; 32 :i4; lOO hL f. A Olll.pl.... 0.1 HI HI HI 3 330 bt. V., M. A m Iiiut, ltOH )!, IU" IIU Iroohouthern rae 311), .1.1', 38 3u'x 37 100 St. J11 A I). 1 7 7 7 0 8 looTenn. U A I. pt.. 8)j 81 14 81.;; bh hi fclO Texas Fac Ijnd.. 17', 17', 17', UK 18 b:n leias raelOc 14V 1'. u U'. nu 111M01. Ann a. Ah.M. lor, n-;,' 10'J ih'j 17 IS0112 I men facine.. .. 4J 43, 42!a 4J' 42M too Union v.. 11. ).. ai ao.'J -.o an wl I" I'. 8. bxpress oai, 62). uaM w Ui ICin .. et. I,. A I'.,. . 13', 14 13', 1HV 14 4410 .. SI. 1.. AT. pr. 2S,'J 291, 28 '.8 2eU III in Western Un. lei.. B4 81', e3; h: h4 scon Wheellne A U K. 87V, 38 :i7'i :i7K M7'i MO VV. a L. K. pf 77V, Wi 771? 771, 71 luUVYIs Central 21V 21.', 2l 21 -2fi Total astes of stecss were 21)8,074 sharek UNLISTED ilEPAKTUENT Tr.ANSACTIONS. Olrn- Jliglf ou. net. fel'i. '. ni. tit me 2ioiAmer. scterRef.ro... 8-,; nm: n7u B7; luo Amer. buiiarKer. Copt, tu', u.'i, c.'U u.", Sjti7 .NeilonaiteadTroet.... I7X I7'I lu, ii, 9V Oailforiua I'ac l.t l.i it u ItiiiMexiien hat. con 14 m 14 14 100 Con. lal. A I'll 7 37M 7 37),' 7.37U 7M7U eunllurn Mirer 330 a.Vj sw s,' , 20ll Mi.rnlx ot Arlr. 411 .47 .42 .44 28C0U 1'lpe Line ctr ZZH 33,'J 55V, Li; UObTON CIOelNO QUOrATIOXS. ' IIU. ."I'.'-' . Hid. Jllrd. Res.A Albans.. a"! '"ewFnr.Tel... ui Bos. ASIalne,. I'.A 1 T'.on-llnm'n l:. 47 t,U Lent llais 1 li'M HI l!nd Land. Ii.'; Ill, llichbura i' hn A Mont. .. 48', 4h', h.l A.N I., ft I"'.'; HntleAllos ... Ill lli)2 Mex CenL 4e,. 7S,"s 71 Cahiroet A II...27U 275 nhlCiiiony. . Hi Kama re M Co. uo no vii.ieiii pf... mi m a., T, A a. r".4e. n; hi Am. BellTel ., 178 177 A.,T. A 8. telu. u;), l:K rrle lei 44 '' riiiLAnr.i.vitiA closino quotations. oil AM Hit JIM, rhARni.m.4e8u stilt Uhlfh Valley.. 4UU vK rhii.Aft.ieirr. oi ui: l u. a h. ' " wn I'hIU K. 2dpl. 44 441, renniylranla.. 54 UKi rou. a u.3d.r.. ai LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS. Alehteon 41); Norfolk A West. pf.... 58 i ariaalan racille 1 Northern racinopr... 74).' Irleiommon L0( Ontario a West 20 tile :d consols IU7H I'ennsylvanla ,,,,. nm: lltinoM Central in. Iiea.itur nil! kansss A levas 18), si i'.ur 7,ji' I eke eh. ne la.li L'nleii farillc 431! Ion .Nsshvlll 8I WAbaslipt SOU h. I niilriu lIJi, Thursday. Sept, 10. Tbe icactlonlsts made) a vigorous fight to day, but tbe roost tbat tbey brought about was a smaller volume or transactions and fraction ally lower prices. Tbey war confident that tbe Government oroo report for Sept. 1 would bow a material decline In the percentage of tba com rrop as compared wltb lat month. As a matter of lact tbe commercial prosperity of tbe United Btatei tbts rear does not depend o much upon tba corn crop aa upon tba yield ot wheat, wbloh Is now entirely harvested. Ot course corn ii aa Important factor In deter mining tba value of certain railroad stocks, and It row appears from tba Government re port. Issued late tbla afternoon, tbat that crop will be fully up to previous estimates.. The operators who burs been selling stocks In expectution of a lo?s f.ivorable Government leport on tbe coin crop than was made last montb.wlll undoubtedly be disappointed wben tbey learn that tha estimated yield of tbat erep la fractionally higher than last month. As compared wltb last year tbe OoTtntmtat if port shows an Improvement In condition of 21 V cent. All other ample ciorn sro In bettor ! condition than they were on A tic. 1. Itecnrd- Ine tbe corn en p, It should bo borne In mind that since tho dnta for making tha Govern- mout leport wnieent'ln the crop has bnd the ' benefit of ten days of ftivorablo weather. A fairly actlvo market for call money was also depended ui on by tho I rofof.slonn.1 ele ment to help bring nbout a lower ranse of prices, and the failuio of n large London Riala bouse was Incongruously seized upon as u reason for lower prices for Auierlonn railway sharea. It la unfortunate for Wall street that so many of Its (.ntrons of the present genera tion are of the opinion that they cunnot bull stocks unle'B ther cot tholr money accommoda tions for nothing. Tbe liveliest bull campaigns Wall street ban aver seen have been eon.luctrd on U 'f cent, money nitirkoi-'. It Is an evidence of proepi nty when loiiti.ililo cnpltnl command, tbe full lecnl rate. It hani'ened to-dny that a fairly active money mniket vcr letillr more tbani'tlset by it shnttnlocllno In sterling ex change. London bought about IM.OnQehfties of stock, nnd tho seettiltv bills me.lu In consn rjuenco. together wltb it falilr Imge suiiiy of commercial bllis, demor.tlleil tbo maikol for sterling oxi-hango. bntei declliie.l tulIgureB tbnt led foreign hiinkeistooxnect 'hat v.M'Oits i.t gold will be made Horn ubrund un buiui day's etenmcrs. The smaller volume of transactions nt Iho moderate decline nieatiH. If anything, tbnt the boldors of stocks are Indisposed to ell at con cessions. It Ih co'icodeit that there is no lues euro to soil stocks, thoucli tunny otier.tiois would like to see them lower with tho view of Increaslt g their linos or of lecovuring tho stocks thoy unrted with nt blglior Itgtiios. That tha demand for Htock N not im urgent us It has been Is iluo to tbe bellol. entertained by agoid luni'.i peonlo. Ilial tliev mi be bouuht nt lowor prli'ei If it little t atl 'iico ! xerclFO.t. It remains to bn soon whether th- llovi-riiment croii report and the eoudltion of the foreign exchange market will Hitbhtanl lute that view. Tho more Iinrortni.t dealing tndav were in Atchlton, ht. Tnul. t'., t . C. and m. Louis, nnd Northern I'selllo preferred. With the e.xi on lion of the Ilrst mimed nil of them lo-.od a little blL'her than last night. Tliespecliinios weie. In the main nn eceiitnn to the uouetnl tendency of prices, notably Sugar llelltilng. Canadarloi thern.l.acleiln 'ins. National Lnr.i ace. nnd the Wheeling end Luko Krie tu"k. It Is w. rlh nrtlnc. loo. that tho Vnnderb'lt shares held their ovvn ncalnst all nssaults, nnd that Lake Shoio sold nt the highest price that. It has touched In a decide. Tbe closlnu was firm nt u suirtlal recovciy from tho lowest prleen. Jblnnl sales comparawlth those ot yosterday as follows: Vf' ".''. 10 Xritl.n.Sml.10. Ateh.. T. A 8. P. 43U 4JM Nlssoorl Tai-... 7.1',' 71 Amer Col nil. 21,(4 251, Net. ionises, tu KH,' Bun.. ltn.A I'... 411 S.HL, North Alii In , l,u 11,', Can. nutlirn. r.7'j M', horlhweslrom.il , II. '1 Canadian I'ac.. mi;, hi .nr. r.ie. com 21C, at I c.,i .A 8t,U. 71 7I, .Nor. I'ae.pr.!?. 72 !.; r-M.Ao. . hi.i, H'", . v.omrai . ni lm V. A Kill. .. 71 7J ,N. V A ,N. hn. 40), 3"; C 4 1.. III. pr... Ill',- lll'( S J -i,t 121 .i Ibes A Ohio . -) 241, iimaha com ., ..'.; mm i.a o letpr... r.i s;i oimhipr. . ...u ki r. ao. ad pf... :h 3 ,'iniarlo A West. It". I Chlcaen lias ... Bn' , 4H'i I'ailno tlall 371, .Hi lieli..AW ,.141'J I4.i fii I'.ii. rr 1-u ism Del. A llu.lsou .l.ili 13-1; Hock Island,,,, Ml'; H.'i; Hen A il '..pr.. 4iii, 4ii, Irh a vv.r if, hi: VietllllmrAAF. 47V, 471, Readme :m, ;ii.'l hrle. , . 'ji-n ye', m. i-aol com... 7j',- 7"2 ut NorthrmpMira mu, -t, I'suitt, .1111 lipi: lloekineVa v vet, st Faul A Man inn I0i 111 lent .101'; II'IH, Texas l-acltlo .. I4,' l-'J hansaiA Tex,, 17V, Ii), leu.it l.t II a-lif Kl', lnls. A .Nash . 7-V, Ti-H l i.lon eaclltc. 4i 4.!. Lake Mmre.... 11H, 117.', C I'., D A O... 2 LM I.. h. AW. ... ml, 17 Wau. Al' com.. I3S IV: V. K. A VV. pf.. C4J, 111 .Wall A P. pr... 28 .S'l lrleite lias 2"-, 2.1 'Hen Union T.. e4 r.', Manhattan con In-Mi luMJi Wheel. A U K 37',- 37i Mich Cent. .IOj?; no-x h heel.Al..i:.pr 77)! "H Government bonds weak. The 4n closed ' r cent, lower, bid. Itnilvvav bonds les active and somewhat easier. The featutee wero Wisconsin Central Incomes, l'ltt-lnirgh nnd Western lets. Chicago, llunlngton and Unlr.cy con v. 5s. Oregon Improvement 5s, Atlantic ami rncillo Incomes. Atchison, lien llnL'. St. Louis and Southwestern let". Texas 1'aellla ami vv abash issues. The moro important not de clines were in Ati bison ineomes, ', r1 cent., tu '.!: Atlantic and I'nciflo Incomes. ',. to 151s : OroLOn Imiirovement 5s. l'e. to lid'.. : Itendins 1st proierence incomos, .',, to 115, nnd Sid preference Income-. '.. to 44 '.: Texas rnelllc Isis. '..tohj',. and 2ds. ',,to 32i. and Wabnsb tills, S V cent., to 711. 'Iho noteworthy udvnDres wero in Chicago, llur llngton nnd ynincy cony. 5s. '. V cent., to lii7S; Pittsburgh and Western IstB, ,V. to hOVj 6r. Lnuls nnd hnuthwestern 1st-). '.. to '''.)'. and Wisconsin Central incomes, ), per cent., to4t;,':. In bank stocks in shares of Continental sold at 1.30'. and 2U shares ot Manhattan at 17fi1.. Silver bullion certificates fcr 73,000 ounces sold at OS,'.. Bar silver In London 45 5 -ICd. V ounce. Money on call. 4(?4 t cent.. Time money. 41, 9 cen'. for sixty days and 5 t1 cent, for five months on prime StocK Exchange collat- . ral. Commercial paper dulL l'rlme endorsed bills receivable are iiuoted at 6 cent., and first-class single-name pacer at C'i7 9 cent. bterllng exchange weak. Posted asking rates. $4.83 for long bills nnd JI.H51. (or de mand. Actual rates are: Long bills. tl.Nl'.dt 4.Hi: sight drafts. 4.s4'fl.l.H4,. nnd cabl transferr. t4.ri4'a'!if4.rj4,V. Commercial and security bills In good sni.ply. The Chicago. Milwaukee and Bt Taul Hall way Company hns declared tho regulnr mmr terly dividend of :!,', por cent, m luprofeired i stock, paynblo Oct. 22. Four and one-half Went, bonds to the amount I of $:l.5U')were received at the Treasury Depart ment to-. lay for continuance at 2 per cent . making the total to date t24.U3.ii.Vi. lieeelved for redemption t'U1.3.Vi. making the total 10- I doeme.l I10.255.10O. 'lhei-e llgures do not in cliiilii tinnsuctlons at tbe New York Sub Treastny. Hallway gross earnlnga for Aucut com rare with thoso oi the same month Inst year ns fol lows: Cleve., Cin . rtlL. and 8L I, tl.42l.46H Inc t0''73l horihern l'acinc 2,3u-v:io7 Dec. n.1.1.10 Tha Xew York. New Haven, nnd Hnitford , liallroad teportsfor the quarter ending June ' . is"n ioi. '.ross earnlnes S2.7S74I0 sj.k33h.s Operailuir eipenses. a,')i)2.i.'.l 2U.',7ihj. hot earnings .'i4 7i t5':i(in I Other llH-ome 3J.377 LH.7.1U 1 Total Income I72M4I ftFii'lTt I Interest, taxes and rentals .. ,. Lui.irtj 427,1 jo I Treasury balances compare with thois of yesteiday as follows: Sfn'. II violin. field coin and bnlllon fl3n.3io.8si tlaiv.ro 704 r-Uvsr coin ailfl bul ion ... 4.74',073 5.L02 257 Legal lender, tncludlnir Ireasuo notes. iraKSie 14.02I.42J TolalS tl3lt4lllL"AI tl4S,7,474 Deposits in national banks, $10,72r,,010. against $15.742.!'03 yesterday. In addition to tlie foregoing the Treasury repons silver bullion purchased under the act of July 14. IH'JO. t(Uj,C80.'J42. and Treasury notes Issued against the same. ShO,!J5S,035, of which tit), U24.42!) mo outstanding. Money In L' ndon. l. V cent. Hate of dis count In Ihe open rnnrket for. both short and three months' bills. 1'. V cent. The Hunk of hnglnnd e minlnuim rsto of discount remains tinrhar.ged nt2'i V cent. Amount of bulllou withdrawn from the Dank of linglniiii on bnl- ' iinceto-ilay.L40.O0li. The 1 ropnrtinii of Its ie- I serve to liability Is 4".4." f cent, ngdlnst 45.2.S v) I'ent.lnst Week and 45.48 't cent, lost ve.u-, 1 Jlnlllon In Hie Lnnlt Ini reused last week ri.'ii. 000, nnil reserve inciensed Sil4,iiori. l'nusnd ilrosnunteii V cents at ml francs .'Mccniliui's. 1 nnd OMliaiign on London at 25 finnc .'12'. centimes. The weekly statement of the Hank 1 of I-ranee shows a decrease in gold ot ll.'.'OO lino finncs. and it dncreusu of 7,l7."i,tiOO franc-siivtfi-. Tbo weekly statement of tho Imneilal . Hank of Germany shows a dectease In speole of 5,420,000 marks. The sales of mining stocks nt the New York I Consolidated Stork nnd Petroleum ICiehnnge I to-dny were as follows: I olf .Vll. UJtulW) Wilt 1 1 tn. rhiii.o. I 3ihifieImont es mi ", tt 1 fti'O hr.iiiswiek 111 in 111 mi llilsil oniSt'kTuiL CO.. 18 III K , eivl'uiriloiilnH II. , is 11 15 1,-, ion Iie.idHuod Terra. I 0'i 1 8"i lis 1 ir, e 11 I.a 1 'rosso ft 6 fi 3 Mioi.eadrllle 12 u 12 12 !UD t'l..enu cr Arls... 43 31 4- r.i 'I he total transaction! were 0 000 shares. rieetrla Hloclt latatlo. Bottom, Sept. 10 -To-days latest quotations In elec tric stocks wsrei Eastern Elertrte Caht Co . pfd " 'V l-t. Thomson tlnu.ton Mectrle Co 47 01 47 3(1 Thorn...... Houston l.lecirlo Co. pfd ,., ,2"i as a'i .'.n It. H)el.leclrlcio .. . .1323 13 .Vj Tlie I.uropeitii Money M.uLrli., London, f-'ent. 10 Tho markots woio ng.iln quiet but firm to-day, liu-ini'ss is dull oiving to the end of a nineteon-dav account. Monday Is contango day, tho flrnt of the new account. Tber was little cbatiga In Americans to-day, Erles and Wabash debentures being particu larly strong, and Denver Preferred and Nor folk's weak. Tba Bank return showed no Im portant changes, exoept that tbe public deposits showed nn Increase of 083,0.0 aod other deposits a decrease of 781,000. both changes being due to tbe newlsiueol Treasury bills. The reserve Increased 505.000 and the proportion from 45U to 4flH-not 48H as generally reported. Silver advanced another eighth, and rupee paper was largely absorbed for foreign account. time a Crop Re;iorl. Washington-, Kept. 10,-The statl-llcln-i of the Liepnrlment of Agriculture reports tbe September genernl averages of ceres) crops as follows: Corn, 01,1; wheat, 0C.8; tit, 95.1; oats, 00.7; barley, 04.3: buckwheat, 96.6. A mall advance U noted la tUl, buckwheat alon excepted. Tha niernge for pettitoes ! M.H ! for tobacco, 87.4. The condition of corn Is 21 points higher tjian In lsptonibr'f '4" 'p." nnd has lnon excrcdod only 1I1110 times In tho past ten voats. Stnlo averages me generally high. The lowott nro those of Michigan hnd Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dakota com ing next, while South Dakota, Kebrnska, nnd Kansas make llgures under the general aver age. In ihe Lantern and Middle 8tntes the crop Is well grown. Is genet ally earing well, bnt a little late, and rocont cool nights prevent rapid advancement, yet frost has as yet done no damage. The crop Is In fine condition In the Southorn Mates. It Is not so much Injured by heavy I rains ns cotton, and Is now generally beyond the roach of frost. It Is a crop decidedly nbov j medium throughout tho South as a whole. 1 Many con espondenta refer to It na tho best In I years. In Michigan ther has been consider I able Injury from ftost In Into planted fields. ! Wisconsin reports damago from trost ot Aug. 22 to 28. nnd In some cases still earlier. Some ' mo-is have btoncut up tor fodder In this lotl i ludo. . Thocondlll .n of vvhent Isveiy hlgb. consld I ering both winter nnd spring varieties. In soils. I Intitudcs, and elevations so widely differing. I The general average has only been exceeded ' slightly twlco since 1879-in 1B82 and 1884. Stato nvernges are quite uniform, only ton falling telow 95 and three below 00. tho lowest j being 83. for South Carolina, and 84, for North . Carolina. Tbe figures tor the principal wheat I growing Btntes are as follows: Ohio, 98: Michigan, 98: Indiana, 100: Illinois. 100: Wis consin, 90: Minnesota, 100: Iown,99t Missouri. 94; Kansas, 89: Kobrnskii, OS: North Dakota, 94; South Dakota, 99; California. 98; Oregon. 97: Washington, 93. Last of tbo mountains New York. 99: Pennsylvania. 99: Maryland, I 97: Vliginla,'Jj. In ihe Southwest-Texas, 97. The romarks concerning quantity and qua!- I Itr of spring wheat in Minnesota nre ex tremely favorable, with very slight drawbacks from frost an 1 wet, nnd nenrlr as favorable In Iowa, Nebraska, and the Dakotas. .Extreme yields of thirty lo forty bushels aro reported in all these Stales. The spring whoat ot tho Pacific const has been somewhat injured by hot and blighting weather. The Cotton Report. Washington, Sept. 10. The Septerabor re port of the Department of Agtlculture marks a reduction In condition of cotton during the past month of six points, from 8S.U to 82.7. August is a critical period tn tbe growth ot thee tton plant, nnd sixteen times In twenty years has deterioration been indicated by the returns of Sept. 1. In the four exceptional yenrs the August averages were relatively low. und a decline has occurred during the pievlous month. Tho cause ot ths present reduction mi th Atlantic coat hns been an excess of ralninll. causing nvei growth of tho plaut and diminishing tho tendency to frultago. J7inm Aiibnmit westward drought was tbe main factor of loss, assisted by the boll worm nnd caterpillar. Tho condition is lowei-t iu Arkansas. Louisiana, and Tennessee. Inafow c. unties of Texas heavy rainfall In the morning, followed py hot aunehlnein tbe nlternoon, caused serious shedding of I'tdin 1 The most serious complaints are or shedding trult aud loaves, rotting of bolls, sprouting ot seed In ihe bo Is. lust. Mniulng ot nprn col ton. onccpI In 11 few localities where colton worms nro unusually destructive. In tho nroa affected by drought, rust and shedding also oc cur, huiiden evtromes of temperature, cool nights In lowed by hot days, have been pro ductive of similar Indications of deterlorntb.n. Any cause reducing vitality nnd threatening decay produces those Ireiiuenlly Indicated dis eases and condition. 'Iho lelnttie degree of loss from these causes i Indleiiten bv the f-tnto averages of cnt.illtlons. whlcu nr as lollnws: Irginia. 78. alossi.t 3 points: Noith Carolina. 70. a Ban of 4 points; Bomb Carolina, 81. .1 loss of 2 points: ior.ruln. h2 alossot 1 points: Plot Ida. us. a loss oth poliitSTV-lnbiiina. 14:1,11 los ofo points: .Mississippi, h3, rchssoi lOpolns: Louisiana, 85. 11 loss of ,1 points; Texas, 82. a loss of 10 points: Arkansas, Mii, n loss of 0 points; Tcn i.essee, 81. u guin of 2 points. New York Market. Tncri'nsr. Sepi 10. Fiorn imi Mm The market was dull and unsettled, hut closed l:b tamer more steadiness or tone follow Hilures opened at a eharo decline, partially recovered attain declined, awain recovered ahirhtly ilosiui; steady at 2" to 31 points decline Irum ye.tenla) a cloil.K prices hctrelary Husk e re port "ii the eoudltion and prospects ot ll.e ma urlnir cotton 1 rop on the 1st ot r-eitemtcr as received 011 the 1 otion Kxchsnue while the 110011 tail wus m progress, and at once precipitated a sne r excitement Ihst hoe se'doni beeu equalled In any ioin.il. rcUl t.otlj. ihe market had openi-.l weak. uni!r a M.arudi chne In Mierp.ul January selllnl at UO o , an.ltlieti recovered, mi ll.at January lOuirAMe su,..d at el c mini Ihe ilovirnment report weaunounci-d it n a, heller than had b.eii tfenerally expected. Theav enure nt 'lUitialta or louilltion wus 7ti', V cent It cine si rji. almost up to the maximum est!- mvtes. this, althouetl Ik.' Lelon hi.t lliuntli, wua Ml,.it caused Hie semi prtntc- Januari contracts nl mice dropte.l 10 Mti.c.and Fuprliiteiidsi t I'.iwera w,,s compelled to euppelid the call (hat had Seen in progieft-. Uo loiitiJed wl.h his irriveL hut hemltflitaa well have pom. de.l at the rair nit tempest Ihnusands ftDshiiot cotton were mid wltl.in itu minute.. Iho decline was note.) Kre.it as the oears ha I mulct latsd 'the loser prue brouttht lu buer to cover contrsci. and home ut tt e more sanmit'io bulls lock advantage ut the decline to lake on Die holding, which thev i.uvq Mttern been unloading. They as.erleit that tht'condl tli.u hus deterioated since tue ' bureau" report Has liia.lo up II wa alio ussertrd that the perteiltaire or tou.lltl.'n nteJ7. Is mislrullliir Inasmuch as Ih.rlda. uliich crons very little cotton 1 nude with a de cres.enr only a V cent.. 10 un Into the seneral aver wse "ith lexas a ereat cotton irrnninz ma e whirh sliowh a deirease or in yl lent. Tie market. Alter a partial recovery, ajraln deilltini. u der ihe Influence or ' stop orders" and nellln.. orders lv telegraph; January contract dropied lo e.Nc, a dechno or ., point, or more tt.an a halt cent, troin tha luchrst hffure ot lst atllday. In ihe lant nuiir r l.our there was some re newal or strength Many oieraiors .re Inclined to aWHil Ihe etlect of thw imreaii rrporl and our reception o'ltupoiltlir MverlioolmnleL Iho rln.mrl 11 li.im,. I' I, nukes the late irnp Ml 1 1, ".18 hale", an increase of I.:i4-'.71'2 l.alea over ttiecropnf the reeclnifr season spoL intloa sai lie lower unit in leviMn qiioliitlous liluli itrs'les were riirll.ei reduced H'l3,o lld lllntr up. lauds. M.C : do. I.ulti.. 11 I !,,. n e (olloalnr in n . 1 dual's ot ihe transactions In rutures. with sales or r-s ni l,t;es : )lt,titht nmlno rues. Jlli'iest. .oio.it .V(iv- l-epteinbsr.. . .rii H.-.H 8:tH HI", 1 8'ki Hinder .... S.l4if? mi nii 2s'inii hoveinber hiuraH.i.i r-k., 8 ,8 I74'sl Iiecemiier e,7.v.s s 711 n ,s e.7i aa' 71,11 January ini'sw nil hwi m.tno lehriisrj DIMM inu '1.-1 e.isi 1:1 yiu March 1 1 - 1 . 1 J '.'!! l'.lrl hkio April P,2JI4 !',.' I'.l.' .'! Ji'llO Mji i'.'i.' ft-ti iiii nun a.7oi June II 41 u I'll P.I2 h.1. 4 "tin July t'.itit !IJ ',,,, , .''ij(,int tf . Ihyi-uj. 8 4t-'ii, " I Ir'. II lift Tort rerelpti this dav 17 112 21717 I'reviousy since heitl In!, lit' laiiHHH l.xponsfroin eei'l. I . 2018 W,l)l ' rHovim.is l.ard fnlufs ere tinner. In eympathr vilth the dearrr 10111 tn.irLet .ales .1' no Irs nl 7.2.(4 , i.e liirictober 7 l'e lor l.ei'Min.er en I 7 f7c, for 1 .laniiHrv. slier 'l halae the ilune Has hrm at 7 Xc 1 Inr l)Ll"her, 7,14.1 lor .NovctuUrr. 7 'no lor Ilereinter and 7100 lorJati'isty eol Urd nas llrii.er. hut very , iii.ii , -ales t.l ir. 1 runi tin ut ii. ., f7c., ami I111 its . priuie ties ern ." 7 iii.7 ,i7i..o. regular! rrnne.l tor Hie 1 uiiliiitul tiotrd at i'.'II'ai 7."'. 1'orL ituirter. hut l.rlll. l.e uiea. ei-2 Mel. ,'1 sale 2"i pb.s flit ll,es Jlriner i Ii u f nr tmsitn-s .it Ihs a lislice, ssles I .'..Lull. kled hrlhes ll.alJPs avirJke. .it c and i))lt. .lu s lis niir.ii,'c, uiie als.iet the lr,st 1 11 1 li's ewnt I'leKleil lianis 1.. ri . nvernff' atl'ho, au.l i.iiilcs erceli ilu. w I Hie.e. InKieatirr ulliMia' , pill" i'iSi c. 'lu. Inn sirs. llcr Willi si ei.r mi hhds. ai44i'. i.li.ii.nrk'.iiliie Una al 7',c Ith a rale or I ijio.i lis at Ih s price. l,.iiier irri llriu. flurie hi I inolerale iieinaim. l.i.siw ttreal lutnres ornifil at a in.nerla. decline I under reports "tun nm ortant failure 111 l.un.inn unit a hlK innyi-iiii'iit ol the i-rnp I. nt rei o err. I mm a Itain ei I on a deal 111 I t" cmer ciiilrncl fniles .V.Tl'sO mi liu.tl. nt fi'ic iil"j tor heplaiui.er. tl '' fl'MC. lor llitober fl 02'aufl 111 . lor Nnvenil.er 'Call.(tii (.n lorllrcemher. 11 '('.,el iw'j for January, Hint l 1 M , si I2. for M.i ep"t olieat met viith u riilr export and nillliriLT i.etn.ii .1. rales 1111111 lush hi F111I14 H.iiI'j lor Sn .'red ulntrr Indian rem lutnres eero npetiel iier. I ut Ui ame 11. tlir. and the ister dellv. erks ilnsrd ilrimr eahs 1 07. "i" l.u-l. at i.l'i.;.... lor .September ill -'. te lor III tnher. bl?iM'li,t ror Novemoor 0 ' 7'm'. tnr I)., er.ii.fr, hm.iM'c rr January. and-'Hi'-c lot .Muv epnt corn wasduil and raiier. small snht to the IomI trade Includiuir Wektrrn mUed No. 2 at 7tG$7.tc ui elevator and 'lot prime jellow at tc nn Ihe trick and tihif-. ulr i" prime. 7ia7.-L li.ti ere firmer lor ined. mth some speculative In lerest, l.ul wine dull and unsettled 8alss .'7t)l.0 hush. Including No. -j mixed at .ll'.SSI'.e. for Sen teu.ber. .li' "kc for nctoier siigii.ttr tor hovein. ber. and ai.;.r:ni..e lor 1'eceiiiber. and on the snot, mixed at am no ami "hits at :i7il.n-., asm auallir also .No J while at .!-!. l-Ue 111 delator, aiid "' . mixed st .111 rtin.'. In eleiator live more sitlvei sales III sl In. I. .Ve 2 He,i,, t" .rrlli al l"' Aller ' l.u.ine Wheat thned steadv n j red nluter lir reilellll.i -in 1 'cti.br. Jl ll.l; .Soisilibrr el ..in' lieieiuber 81 " I.. J imari. '.i'.es libr. i,r,r: Sun Ma). 1-. 1 Corn Held) .No. J 111 "e 1 (or rertetuiitM, ,ni , in inter 1 i', November. iSc. Pe ceiiiinr 1 'si .laniiare. ',!. May. iOjc. (lals I, rm .Sn.2mied lur Mi.lember, u'.c,i iiclol.er. 3.1' r .Noicmliir. .ti'.i Drcemlier. tsc . Ao. 2 while lop heplemuer ijo , iiriotier. ;i7i'. ' i in is a-1 lotions nrredepresaed. prices derlinine'.'-A 41 points under tree selllini for Kuro(ean account In.l weaker ruropean alvlces. Koom iraders. oho wrri hutere at ihe openln. also turned sellers toward the close. Itecelpts al hlo. ll.Ono bags: at Bant" I7i?.i hais l.nlianee In Hlo firmer at IS'.d. . halss S8.1X) l.asi. rloiins- ha-el) Heady, eiiih sellers al the folio In prices t-eptetnber iy'- itlecember.,12 6.V.I.March t:.3lo irmtier .,13 V.v ioniiary.,l2.4t.o I oveniBer. IJtnc.lr'cbrinry -.',40e The ir.ot market wasduil and unchained Itlu atiotsa t lF- '"'" 71 "let J.whae hlo ho. 7 it We. S?4.K Mil grades soilee st atioul steady priors' sales 7 4. o bags Varacetbo nn tho 1 asls or lelac. for fair 1" cula, Mi hags eavanlll. and 827 hags Cost ItlJa ri n 1. hptas. c.-ruturee were iii,Ui change 'and buiii no sales, timing dull at a 40 3. 41 e, for r?ei.iember a at. . ts.'c. for iictoh-r. j.Ui is.c. for Nm einuir iiiJ W ,,3?c'.f?.r """"'r. The spot ram, T..11, . I",' 'SUV . ' ".c inr ,'lr retiulug niusiovad" and .iMisisltc for standard centrifugal. Ihe "ale if U.ini.a suiar. reported ) esterd.v. was n 1 i.h.,is D'.ia ?.'..!.a "'.'."r, . '" 'r"l"eUiii .irmun I an 1 era iluoied 1 ui lost and crushed, usoii,., lu ( hiji vkw titiW'Xtzzri: ?pV.,.f?.Mi.,u.nSl.i;:dy?e ''""1 "ss Hsiin-Mralta tin was quiet at a slight further elecllnei sales tens at atlosc, for reoi and io 100. tor sNeyemtier.wItb tat tellers hailef (fi.llim xi deuble tnri.t ropier dull hut susdyi stlllng trice lor September IsU.UMK. Iad o,ulet end a th4e easier, sim. in tins al 4 vc. for r-epteintieri Milling lhe Pr spot, 447'e. Pig Imn warrant' dull and eiki utinngprlce lor Beptettiber, tfil 7,-i, lor ueceia- .von. ste.B Splr.ti iiirpintlee edvenced dot mslnlv tn ihe ma I sttfply here though stronger .southern vli lee. a'so hn 1 s strengthen ng Intluenrt. ilos.iig tiriu at :eo. for regulars end is'." forme chines a e I VI bbls in tin In leittr demand atid sieidy: silee '.iiihi'l enmmnn strained at n.'t-'. ?vj Mis strA'lied atl e7l. and no bids g.'O.I do. atl 4 1 I'Mr.nn.u -.Nallol.s' transit lertntcates were He. , prrr, under lte ohetlngsi npening al (lie telling ' nt ...'!" ilo, aid clO'lnc easy at 5t'C. neledi sa'et 3-i,i-J uble f.lee Nfnck Miokel. Ssw Vi'S, Thundsr. hept 10 Iterelpti of hteyes Here 21) head rone'gneit 'Unci Nniradtng. feeing steady. Dre-sed beefiirnt at 7PUc. y fornailee sldev I.a eit cable irntn Lmdiin i,note American steer trm nt IHAl.t- 1' re, drrt'ed neiahu and Ann-man refrU-erated leef steady nt cant l'e y" n. Bhltmem fidjy. ."i I beeies amisr. hee i.ece .t of a'ves were I 2J1 h.at Market firm, Ven esndai "".f 1 t lixitisi itassers and hultermllk Recetitsiif si.eep and Inmhi were.MKI lead Market nrtn and steady mr foil unci, hut dull and weak ror rninmi.n offerings Mieep to.d at ffiaS'.. V II" 1 lambs at S4 7.1 fti o Pressed mutton steady at ,a pup fits dr'd lemlMir.n at -(.i'.c. itecelpttor Imcswer" 3.H72 head including Ctrl for tale. Market neak at II IU(t".' V In-' ft. Iteiil ItMle Triuiefers. IITihsl.ne IPIelstay. l.tsl'0tl fiaiicls I. einQnn oeelsiiergeratidlle to John liehsujor $10,800 13 th st. in e. Ai.gttsttis Mnyers to Maihllda Mayers ..'..- i.' Amsterdim av, w s. 2 72 11 H't h t '.'Vt'.'i Hob art ' ordsnnii.tnnnin Die. lerlrke 11 ssfs . 28,000 Alexsndernr 214. Jatoh T Nostratel and wife lofarsten II llohlrn,, ,. ..'. ." Sid t 11 s. H17 t Mh hv, 2IXKO".. Caroline .Wilton and husband to I ella It Meruit and ano , '3,500 6th av, tie tor 7nh t 27.:liO .tames reeri and wife ti har.ih ! Keiee ... 150,0110 Mithit. t. 2-o w d av .oxlO".5iAlexaniierlc- Intyre to Bernard Mettier . 12.500 Fame prop John 7 tinier and aim to same o r.th ai.n e cor n-'ii list. iMim: .Mmes Mlllman tjand lfe to llllhain Astnr .. . 215,000 Cirittlest, 23andJi 1'aullne Jacoht to l-ssc Mar ... .. ... 37.000 Marmn ar. se cor Campbell t. i'xSI.11; MniS Updike and ami to isahell Merrill ' Man. 84. lot 57 farm of Nicholas li.ivard Isssc Mark and wi'e to I'aullne Jam bs 4n,ou II Jiht, n w cor Cornelia st, 2U.U'78, 1 has Filler 10 Charles E Hunk . 75,000 t-th av w a 2- n I2M11 at. 25xli"3, Jamee W PonertoMary Power I Is' av, n cor 4 th st 07s2"H Vincent lloisau- bin atid wife to Nathan ftrohenhelmer 3,007 lunhs'.ns '.isieMrst Hti.t av '.'.xit'i. Jacob v Melnbergabl wire to Ame'la Knbtneoii 1 50th t, s, 2i w 2d av 2Sxiu.)5. Johanna lllrhard to hernerd Metrger 13,100 4th av, 1 o'.e: Abraham teert and wife 10 Mat thew B llrrmai 43,000 4th .. .'2'i M : August llerog to Irank Nlesel. I 7.'dtt. us Mr Irancls trawfor.t and wiie to Daniel O'Uay 75,000 r,hd si. a. H78 a 7th ar. I8MI1US; Emily Stewart to Kate lino't , 15,040 l.'l.t si. 8 V, .Samuel o Wright to Kdgar took wood 39010 Rnsest 20. Harriet foles exectx Ac, to rrrdk A Itlnrier "01 Fame pro I re terlck A and wl:e to the Metro- pot tan Kea.t to . tOO.OiO Chlsl elm st n ecor stehhlnt ar, 5'izi4l2"x llx 122, Joseph l'iser and wife to Denlson I' fhe.ehro . 2,000 117th si. ail i ; Kdnrard Ounnlrgham and wife loMary II lllnant 25,1X10 arcoHntn MottTGsnxs. Iruii Kate, to Hannah A Paris it4tithtt, w nthav. :i )rs J5.000 Same 10 Fre'ierlck.t Mlddlebroek. tt .'.3d it, Tttiuv, 1 yr(2 mtgs) 10,000 Brown. 8aml, and wile to Norman K Nelson, lot 24 msp Moll Haven. 1 )r thlO Mull I has II. to hphraltn 1! Dates, s e cor Madl- aon av and Marble st 5 jrs (2 mtgsi 8,000 I'rennan, Matiheiv tt, 10 Abraham Metre, i.iimi 4th av .'. yrs 11,000 Chl'l, Mary, to Wui Pemptey, 54 E i.vld tt. I yr . . : . 1,000 Cheiebro. Uenlson P, to Joieoh Pltser, Chli holm it n Mebblnn av m 3 yrs DOO Dursie. Krat.lc P. and wife to Robert fourt- right a e cor Villa aod t an Courtlandt avs, ."')ra .... 1,500 Evans, liiac. and wife to Andrew II Green, 1 lie that, M. Nicholas av. 1 yr 1,003 Engel. Ilu, and ano to ihe Emigrant Indus 8avlugR Hank. .'4n West 35th it, I yr. 14,000 Bameloeame. JColgatt.lt 3atb sue 8th av, 1 yr 5,000 Franke. Henry, tn the Hie Quarantae aud Trust Co, ns 111th si. vc 1th ar. demand... . 8.000 Jacob.. 1'aullne, 10 Is ac Mark 57 Molt at. 8 ) rt 7,750 Keyes Sa-ah II. to Vim Ureoer Jr. and ano, exore. Ac. netorner5th and 74th st. I yr. 75 OTO Lew. I.rhman, etal. to Marie O A Klchardaon, e s loijiii si. e litar .1 yrt - 4,'OU McKee. Thomas J aud ano. exore. Ac. to hern. hard Remecke. e e cor 1.HI1 it and 5th ar. 1 yr 40.UOO McLean Jaine. and wire tn 8chw.-irzchlld A Milrberger ea Klier av. n Jainesat, bond... 7.400 Merrltt. Iiahella and hush to 11 m K 1 ipdyke and ano a e ' or Marion ar and Campbell su 1 ir . 300 Michael LojIs and Fanny to hdward h Cisrk, I8j and i"2' Bowrrr. a yrs.... 20.00-) Met-ger Berna'd. to Johanna lllchard, Mali St. w .Id ar. I r ... I0.G00 H,m. ,n .1 r lli'lnl... n. . . th ., w n.l Heme to Alex Mclntrre, exor, is 6 th st, w 3d r I yr 4,000 Owens, hophla I. to Harlem eaygs Bank. . V, MA h llelhst. 1 yr 12.5CO O'Brien Jamie, and wife to chas P I.attlng at onh st, 11 Mh av. I yr . .... 4.000 O'llrltn. James, and wife 10 Ambrose hnow et al nstl'.thtl, w ttn av 14.000 riath Kredk K. to Adam T Hucklioul and ano. ea Anthony av, w llurns'de av Invrs 8,500 1'orr. Joiephlne N. to Lena Kunlx. e t li.th av. a 41-thst. 1 yr 12.000 Rebhau.er. John, to Francis 1, Vogelsberger. nt 117lhst,.- lsiar,.1yrs. 7.500 Fcharreheclc Oen, nnd ano. to A llupfel's Rons. 1.857 and l,-5'i Washington ar, note 3,500 Emlth Jane, tu Caroline M Cook, t a 2'd It, sihar.lvr. 6,00(1 Watson trances, tn I'asquale 1 a lOntgrh n e cor KockPetd stand Marlon a v, 1 .r 250 asioRpr n 1 Kisss. Frlibee Geo R, to Uustavui A Cohen, 3TA W :uth 11, .ijrs ...... . H.fioo Gerry, ilannuh ii. to lYm W flreea. 1 1 47th it, 2.1' e5lh av. -.Mxltiil.1. 20 yri 1150 Kelrna. John, to I'dward K Michaels. 143 E t'-'nth er. store. 8yn 1000 Kek lieoh. to John II lluhle and ano 315 W J7that, pari, and also part ot 311 and 313 315 W 37th at. 2 vr isoo McCahllU Thoma.J. lo John u Foley and ano.. store, lets cor 40th et and 2d ar. ft yrs .... 1.500 The. Ne Wkheal I-stale and Building Im provement Co to John V Haywood. 53 to59 W est 4.M St. a yrs .linos 8.000 Zimmerman. I'hae. to Freik Pasthke. 1,011 MAililogtontl, lloor. 5 yrs q ('oust '.'alrndure Tbla Dar. Fcegvui CooTCriAeiiu.-MoUon calendar. Noa I to 17 called al 11 o'clock Soaxeosir's I'ncRr. For probate, wills of I,oull T. Er"wn. Jee.ihl.ulgeti Michael T Casey. I.llra M. Mo Jllllan. iredrrick I le.terMin and John O. 7elss,IO A.M.: Iran llirk and George Lrknotf. k:-.m a. Jl. The Vnarunortliy l'cnaucola. St. Louis, Sopt. 10,-When the report was pul.llshed some ilnys ngo that the United (States f-tenniMiin Tonsacola was unseavyorthy. Mr. W. II. Ilelilen of tills city, whose son Is serving an npprentloeshlp on that vessel. wrote him asking for Information. The reply re ceived was as tol lows nu any that ' tt ihi ship was not fit to go to fen tho ofllcois would nut let her go.' but you Hie mistaken Tbe olllceis know she is not seawpithr. but they cannot hi-lp them selves. Tho situation Isthlswov: She enme liere to go out uf cornmls.lon nftor being only two years out of tlio Norrolk Navy ard. The same contractor is line now that was nt Nor folk then, ntid hn would not condemn his own work niter so short a time, 'Ihe ship Is safe enough in fnir -weather, but If sheever gets 11 l. heavv blow I would rnther bo out ot her. When she rolls the soar dck goes irum one side to the other, and all tbo seams opon." Tlie Mleelnc John Olwen. Cortlami. Sept 10. Rome time since The Sun- told of how John Given left this village lor Pan Francisco, and of his strange and sud den disappearance from Ihe Drooklyn Hotel, In tbat city. lour days later. Ho was the only . hell or the Oiien estnte hero. His relatives 1 lelievod, nnd do yet. that he was murdered. Ho hail a large amount of money and valuable ii-welrr with him. The police wero noiliied. but they accomplished nothing. "' Ailolph 1 lost, a merchant In this village, now declares that he tins lio.ini Irom (live 11 by letter, but .e reliisos tn -how tho Jotter, baying it was written in eoiifldunco K "M I A suspicious pi-cuni6tnnce Is that Clven's , nink. whli'hshoulil l.o .unonc Ihe in-iilinei" baggage .it tho Atlantic. I'nciflo and fcauu IS depot, in missing. i...o Spent Ihe Money in l.el lllmaclr L'p for at .illy John Twlddy was nircstod ou Wcdnostlay night by Detictlve r-'ergentit Uclcbnuty of Brooklyn nt n full-dio-s dancing paity In n hall In MirtJe avenue n a ihnrgi of gumd larceny. Un Ttie.day, John McDonald nf lij-i I'ltrk rivenue. livld.iy's bi-i.ther-ln-law, by whi.m he is ampin; od, hent him 10 det oslt ji.ir, In the l.niifc.but In. anonl Iho money in iho iitirchiiHe of the llnory In. had on nt tho time of hlsitrre-t. He plemlou ctillly when nrrnigiie.1 flfnffi araia jhu.?.na l-318r"a-' na "old A l-'rer llliepltiil for Ihp 1-tior. A certlflcalo ol tho Incorporation of tho Woodstock Hospital n( tlie c ty nf New York wr.s tiled yeslenliiy. Tho corpoiniion will maintain 11 hospital which shall bo free for tha treatment of tho poor. Its irueti os nro August 1 Tiech. fioni-L-o 1). He'sor.J. Howard I.ar nail. I eorge . Jlo-k- wit.. Alexnuiier ltlxa. !rfl-rU,,nAi',,ri R'"' l,0," A- il"i"-rninnn. The Neiy i..rk J'raeiio il Aid .Society la" li.en Iticorporrtteil to fiirnlsli troatii em toVlio lies. 11. Ill dsi.ll. l linn 0. I.oboits 1. Mae. Lent, nnd llr. J. AC, eit ",,",' manr-m. to ItriitKiiiIxe n tV.irehoner omy ,,, The Union Trust Company of New York, as trustee for first mortgage bondholders, baa ob. talned judgment of forecloiure and sale in tbe il,J.pruini".i;oiIjrt 'i1 Urr"'H,rn """Inst tho Brook yn iiier -"')'. NJrtri'house and Dry Jlock romi'iiny for till I.H.MI. The action wns tninn lo facilitate Iho reorganisation,. ihaYoWpau" linporleil 'II 11. t, l. r- Workers, Hlx tin-tilnte workoih who nirived on the steamslilii Nevada yesierduy were detnined suBpected of being contract laborers. The. are the llrst workmen of their kind that hi! com; here elnce the McKluIej tariff on tT2 llfajSTrasl(iC( Bankers and Stock Brokers, 18 Wall Street, Nrr York, transact a regular banking business. Itelodlnt tki rtr. 1 thus end tali ea eommlitlen et iicarttlet dsaliti it tin .Stir York htect Eiehang. WATI.AMD TRA8K. rilEODORB BALDWIN. ALFRED It. RAKK1B. A Fortune in Stocks this Year. How tnmikalt. We can help yon 10 mat It. in to to per cent profit In certain sleeks. Best yeir ror epeenlatlon since lrwt 1 Largs crept and large earnlnes insure proieirtty, I scllve marketa and higher prices. Mock 1 bought on 3 toft per cent, margin at 110 eon mlMloni 20 yean' experience! discretionary erdsrl received! tend lor our 'Market Revieer." recen si e ,UaUT FlthESF. banktn tna Rrolcir. 10 Broadway, Long Distance Telephone. Corllandt 114. IRVING A. EVANS & CO., BANKER AND BRnKBItS, MKMBER1 OF TUB EOfcTON KEW 0KI.-. AhD I'lllUkUELPUIA 8TO0I KMJIIANUBS, ritke Hulldtn-c. 8s MlAto at.. Hoeton. DOUGLAS & JONES, IIANK-KItS AMI nttOKERH. is nuoAnWAT, Members of the New York Slock Exchange Dhldtndis. ana tttfrtjat. OfFICE OF TIIK Mississippi Klvcr ItrltlKO Company. cnirAno, ill. Jnlyis. isi. Owner! of Mortgage hondi of the Mtittsstppl ftlvir Bridge rompany are hirehv notified that Die t'tiited hteles Trust LO npany of .Veer iork, Trulle haldellg. nated by lot bonds numbered ol), 127, 183, 1!03, aiNJ, 455, anil 530 to be redeemed at reqnlrrd by Ihe mortgage on account or sinking Ktttid. paytnml due i.et. 1 inui. Said bonds in be redeemed he Meisrt JOHN PAT01 1CU..11U llllam st.. .Seer York Interval on bondt designated at above will cent Oct. 1, IK'I CnAItl.CS II. FOSTER. lreasurer. OFFICE OK " KKOKDK AND WESTERN R. It CO , 1 ,V WILLIAM nT.. NEW YOIIK, Sept 2. Ini. I At a meettnp; or the Board of Directors of this com pany, held thlt day, a dividend of ONI'. TER I h.ST. 1 per cent ) on the capital itock of thli cnmciny was de clared, rtyibla Oct. I, 18HI, at Ihe oftlce nf John rat. n A Co , hi William iu New York, to stockholders of record at the closing of the books. Transfer booki will cloie Sept. 17, and reopen Oct ?. ft M. JH8UT. Asslitaut .secretary DELAWARE ANtTTll'DSON OAhAL CoTirAVT, NKW YOIIK. Aug. -.it, wi A OI'ARTERLY DIVIDEND OF IIMiAM) lllrtllH- Sl'ARTHKS It'll I'hlt llh.NT. nn the capllal -lock ot lis company will be paid at the oftlce vt tlie coinpain-, ut Cortlsn.lt st In this city, on and after Tl klutr, eepu 1.1 119., The transfer bn.ika will be cosed Tre 11 the close of auslneli TO DAY until the morning of Wednesda , Sept. IIL By order of the Board nf Managera. JAMI.SC. II A ItTT. Trenurer, MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANY. I 71 BHOADWAY. J NEW YORK. Sept. H. 1891. ) THIRTIETH DIV1HKNII. Arjuarttrly dividend of One and One Half rerCrnt. on the capital stock of this Cotnpsny haa been declired, paablaat ttile oftlce on and uft-r Oct. 1, Imi. ilia tramrerbooks will be cloee.1 on WhllNb-iDAY t-epL in. ai.i n clock p. il., and reopened on KUIDAI, Oct 2, at 10 o'clock A. M. D. W. McWILLIAMS. Trealurer MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPANY. , 71 BROADWAY. '- NEW YOIIK, Sept. a 18)1. I Br order of the Roard of Directors ti.o transfer boose ot the ltl.OI8ri-Rr.il BUND OKKTIFIUATKa of this Company mil be closed on FRIDAY, sept. 11 aid o'clock I' M.. preparatory to the parment on Oc. t. l line oftlce. OF IMKRhtiT ll KAIll re RTIHCATI-8 Ihetraue'er books will reopen on Friday, Oct .', st lOo'cloik A il. D. W. McWILLIAMS. Treasurer OHctltoii;; nnd Pcetittfjs. rplIK LAKE KRIEND WEBTERn'AILROD CUM X 1'ANI tice la hereby ulvi-n that the annual meeting of the slm kholdere of the Lake trie, and 11 est. ern itanroad rompaiiy will be held at the office of the company in liloomlngtoii 111 . on i edneiday. the .m day or uciot.er i-hi. tor the pnrpose of electing three alrectors tn eerve for three years, and the iransacttoa of any other business which may properly come before the meeting I e transfer hooka wtiibe cloud at noon on Ratrirday, f-ept I J. and reopened at Hi o clock. A M . on Thurs day '101 h. 1-tn. L. M. bCHWAN, etcrttsrr. 1NKW YOKK, Sept. 10, 1831. ' TIIK ANNUAL MEETINO of the stockholder! f the nous 8ILV1.K MIMNu coMI'ANrror th tlie tlon of directors for tbe eoiulng year will beheld at the ottire or the company at rrlteo Territory of Utah, oa To.es.iay. net h. i.i. at 12 o'clock noon. rne transfer books will close on Sept. Set 13 M. aal reopen oueept.ll at lb A.M. A . L U AHRISON. Secretary. THE ELECTION OF DIRECTORS And Inspectors of lha ew York Concert rompaur. Llmlied. to aerve ror the ensuing v ear will be held at the Casino. Broad way and :iuth tt. New York elty. on the Uth day uf September. li. at 1 o'clock V. Al. by order of the President. A. H. DE FBEECE. SecreUry. NOTICE -Kstlmates ror removing the existing earth. Ac between tue westerly line or est street and a In e nrtr feet eterlv therefrom, and Irom the north, er y side of Franklin ureeL extrnoiU. to about the southerl side of lesirr street, axieudod. and prepsr Ing for and paving the tame wltn sranlte or Staten Island ereulie blocks, laying crosswalk, and building the necessary drains or sellers, will h received by the Board or i ommlsslonert at the head of tbe Department or Docks, at the oftlce or said ilpsrr,, rfer horlh Itlver city, until one n'cloik 1 M. on Thursday r-pl. I,. I8.U. lor lull particular ate the Llty Record, copies tor tale at ho. -2 nty l.all N'OTICK.-Estlmutes for remoilng the exl'tlng esrtn. Ac. from the newly made land for a width of titty leM, extending from Deynreet I" Veiey streer. North Illver, and for paving the same with grinlie or Slaten Island S eulie blocks and for laying crosswalks and building the necessary drains nr .ewers, "III be re colved by ihe Eoard of rommlenloners itt ti.o head of the Department ur bocks. Pier A. North Rlvr. city. until one o 1 lock P M on Thursday. Sept. -.'4, I Ml I. F.'r Nil! A Clt C"llElf " "" L'"r R"-""3- CuP'e for sale at N,nt.E. K'tlmatee 'or famishing granite itonet for bulkhead or river wall will be received by the Hoard pf l oinm eionert at the head of the Drparlment or Dck. at the onice of eaid department, on IVr foot or hatterr place North Itlver In the elf ot New Jork until two clock P. M or Thursday. Bept.ve. 'l. ?'i a'V,?II,"s1" if " " c"'r "eiord. Copiei for inieatho 2 city Hall. gubUfTsouciwT P0lTii.!!,FJ?..,T,.V,aTf'0"ln' .llh.."o',:,1..8a.,fo.iowlJ1 C'" ""ou"'"- ' 1 r't' ',"',. ". ."". 'nu- per suamshm UiliilJo 4'1-M',,rCl-"'I",,""'ir. per steamship ,-, SAT.,'.9,!AV-A, '. '! "" Br'1"1 "X h - r'' ?l."1?,t.r'j;-l l-rurll, for M. ihomas and bu Crulx, vii'.?.1. ?""" 'y Martialgue and linaleloupe, via ?""r I" '" llirhadues and Demerera via liar 1 'H'loes. per aieania nn Alllanca, from hen port Ne e .';,,,,.,,"r,"h,rr ''" 'lltlt'i'lemuii be directed li'.'Vr AJ.".''CK.' ", " ,'" France, rwltrerlalld. Ilalv epilii, Foriugal. and Turloi. per llcminip Lu lour.ine. via iiayre. utH a. M. ror hi.rv.av dh l.'..'l".."V!'?M'' l,,',,,"KV"."..tei inuitbedl hi a 11 ,,r,rl,li"t,va.'.").,,MA ' 'upplementary '", !.' ''Vi'".1" , ,r''l'i,exoept London unless speil.,iy a-ldreaaadi nnd Ire and, per tlesmslilp 1 ' I'l"";'1", """''""I .'letters fbrofher par's 0? I.'iri.pe must be uirccied "per Auranla '). at n A M. (lip.iiemeniary 111 an i. M. if. r London. Beh f ":'den'""r",rv,,,:"1,lA1i',", rminy.DenmtrV. r-i'.den N'.rwa. anil Russia, per steamship bluer. ? ii,i'"I.rt.,,i,,"l,m al"1 .""men Heller" for other j.arts or 1 urope mu.t he nirecied "per rider 1; Ameterdan 'u"',:"" "" Per steamship rMJiJ 1 .Hi am..,."l,"r,.,,l, I1""" must be df I , 11 ' r A"erdam'i at 11.11 A. M. for Rent al .1 direct p.r steatn.hip I thlopli Tlinllaigow iirllersmiiet be directed "per VlhlopiV'i: at .. W (lliplilemvlltory in. Ill A l I J . U'lSdaarrl ,.i' ,!ri!.rd,vx:,7;,,lp ,Ur'n,id '""" '"" ilniiudi' 1 iVid.T0,l,o,n',"t b llrected "per for Vorton'.'iti.nt1' i1. '"Pl'lementary II mA. l 1 Au lai.. 'nil'?! "-1"1 ,'"iea aleo Jacmel and ui M f J r M'u,.,eiP.,rrf "''n, Adlrondark: at 12,. .r "'"Peche thlapaa labaico and Vuea tin p-r eleatnsliin i,r ral a tietleri "lur Cube Tend , lainplro direct .11 d other Mtxl'ai I "ta"ft U YerJ 1 r.ii mu.t be dlr.cied "per Orizaba")' at 81VIP ."'Wis.-sii,' fr.rM..tt..,,,sa v-jr-isj-sg-sf jsi um Limon per steamship FoxbaiL ttoaViw Sit Mall" foi China and Japan, per eteamihln China (., sat, 1 r inriei o .1 Inse'lter. dallVup t.. eenu " ?M 1 Malls ii.rAutr-lla.Nw Jteaiand lUwilVan ill am -aiuoau Islands per leamsl.ip ilirlbJsi I.' in t. j 1 1' tor nu arrival at siw y... .i '',," f'.'r ,."' "ihin Ulaiuls, p.r 1111011110 eaUinila ifroin Han Iranrlscoi , lose here dad? u ii eni. 'in at : ai - M. Mails for tba focletr ,,"!,'PrhipTrople Bird Ifrom 8an Franciacoi rlo.elieredah up to 8epu 21 at il -30 p m. MaIIs lor Newfoundland by rail to Halifax, and thence Ji'-ii ',"" x,'?' . s.,.hU , mc dallr a" t . ' M .,,1i for lllunclon. by rtil to llostoti an I thence by aleamer eloae it fo,T:,.,i'f:'Vv.,"r,,5"" MV el.ifoVi'Bbei8r rail 10 Tampa, Ma , and thence by iteamer dalhVng Von a 1 'V,.!l"",,, UU '' ,'"" " "'' ".mee da ly" "?i a ifi.ee.. V1!, I5i.I.m""v?' ''!" i"iteti specially Stli'lVriVl.'r ," S!,i'.",ch ''.' ! .'iiV'.V'f t"1" ? , " 'erwardeil le Ian Frenetic 1 dally and ihe schenule of doting Is arranged 1 on I the S.BFe.ne?."o0'M.UB,B!f"up,,"" C i'ir'llciiar.'0' ,cl"l. nTA".ldrirVilh full v panic jtars, . ,, ORTER, y2 ,h av, Tgi,,V!hiiVV.Iiir.0ER::"" ' '"" B.1.4 K.W It., cltr. .U Wlf MA0X C t