I J ' THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891. ,7
I rry.ixci.iL asd coumetiuau
I Ttw Tork Stack &ehans Satca Not. aa.
I nTTIP STATTS AXD TT ItOXM IIX $1,0001.
. ijiof.r.r en.. . &:: 3 Tens. 81. 9 To
nosixo rwcin or usited btatm nosm
H. I fclilrVV 111 - U.K. (, IBW..I11IH
H. ' KAIIROID AND imtRTt BOND US SI.OO.IU
man! Tiifiiv.m. . . ?M 1 Ml. CM. Co. lit.. 07
H it..in . jjh gv.-.-ilta,:.-.-,S8"
an .; ... . tow' J N.w..ieu..i,2iyr.io-i
mm! ilti FA.in.. . I4M 3 Oregon , Una. ..lOJla
amni in i' ii f l"'.',1 Wintnn8.lBn.rn. "S
fRS S" id r. 72U
man! A,uri R.t.lstiul A 72
mnl if Ki; lui I I Rntk liUmllli ..124
mB loC-B " A"..""-'0- ' lRRockIs:aiidxB.ni4,
BR e rots, ft . .,,.,,,, I IS )
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in. lo itcadin 2.1 pi. in. M2
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1 am Mr 1 tlie 3S 1 BI.I'.AU'lcllAi.a. WH
Jl.' 1 1.1 a M. V. 1st, c. M.
sum itmcn 2d !; r. ' ... . incj,
""cn i,Kfll ISt.P. 1M.H M. il nnJI
mat lilt Tern t. VI Ml Sll 81. L. A ." 111. 117
'; tunt I F M 1st. 1" I C n. II in . 211
ii tu "'-Hi r mi.
DiHTitil'i I'"1 I Terr 11 in 3d loi
itViiit.1 s.A.ut. stiii.au r. ut ..105
n Jir 1 I ATenn, c. I A R.
mn uvai m. Bif. iliv. ...0.1
MAT I- jnl. .V,. HISI .1 UtJ
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Hi iln i im.kii. m;i i 7:i;
D 10I-N IT" 1- 1' T2U
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; ... f-f' 211 Tabtuh 3tl 7UN
m . -,M 3 ""S
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I v I i nit ml .". 1ihH 1 W ct hoot o 4. r,.103
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H LilLCUU) AND OTI1KQ B1UUE.S.
H Cjw ijiyV jm O.fnff-
noABCT.rnt.OH. -rii 2i) bum su
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.'All I. Mm 4 r4 4 Hi mU
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41 IU l H 1 tTHIa. lU IK IK Ik HJ
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JMnii.oi. uaa Co. !'t4 l't" W'U WlW iu
lllMri. Alludfon.l.'l 12J 123 122G 12J
l;.iLtULi.-i. .13TTi UTTt 13TU i:i7V2 1374
tiCbD AM.U pf. 4IW V 4lVi 4JlC 44
LJlM.nU. E.... I'VJ WW mi 4 V5
lwOt..SortHerop(.llJ 112 1U 111 112U
Wn.toi'.'r . 114 A3 11H Uhi 13U
JlloCntt:i... U U a UU 10U
llliwaLn.pr... 2 5 2S 2m so
JWlfl.M. L.AT . 17 17 17 1HJ4 17(4
4)I.I-.Aftlern. 1014 20W 2UU 20 207
WiUle.hon. .. 124)2 124 H 1Z4U 121! UK
lOOUci'ilc uaa.... Ifil lhJ lhJJ lHiJ 10
JjJilUnf A .Villi... 7 7l 7H 78W 7HM
ICKlLnju I. AC. 2IW 2.1U Z.H4 23 23W
DMt.tiM-.il rat... rH hQ eo'i eow coS
SMt.kui.il. . lnu iinj ii2 17 171J
lllXo.KanATpt. 2tlM 2ti 2tl(4 2tIM 2riM
llON..lr.traL...lllJ 1144! 114U 11 11447
KXl.VitL CiTHan.. lljii V7H 1'J.W MH :!j
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H mosons Amir.. . 17 J 17?i 1744 I7W 17T4
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:7.l.L.l;.AT. fOM MIM 21 2tiS Su
iai.i.uk.Av.p. iuu H147 Aui tin au
:ilOJenteniPao... 2tt 211 24)2 2rt 2ii
0ort. Pac.pt.. 71W 7H 71 ,H 71U
VOmoAMl 21W 22U 21 22 22U
TDioo-iannAn'at. :ofs 2U ISU 1144 lirtj
SSI Caote Hall .... SM IttHJ Stl S8vl itu
llOfwD. A Er. 2iJ 3UH 2U44 20W 2nU
D rblAKtaillll. 332 3M, SUV! 3ii 8M
lor.nn o. irj 152 isi
77.JEifh.AW. I'.. 11 11 10U lOW II
HIRlrh. AW.P. pf. 47 4 7 4MU 47H f'3
icorkP.AOaiAiia. sen aaw s3 sut mv
ai.r. AOm. pr. l.i hhaJ w tntU p
Jil KM. I'arolma. 74 7(4 7M KM 7V4
4lTHTton.ral A 1.. 311 SU 8&2 8)U2 3vQ
MlTftaaPacinr.. 1JM 12H 124! 12J 124
twuimon Paeme-. 4IU 42 41 41(2 41w
lairnionp.u au in in in 1714 10
I r..n.LlH l-iw isu )W ftU J.IAf
"l4C0WtL.APpf. 27T, 2H 27U 273 2?
HlW.n.ln.Ttr... 82V 2M tC 2 fe4
OuWbUUK... 3M) Ht2 IWt )UV( 83
MOW.AUE.pt... 7fli 713 70 'iU 7rS!
loovu.CtntnL... 18VJ I8M lfH 18 18J
Total aakiotatocU vera 78.733 atMTca.
nUBZtO DEPAJmiE3T TEAXSACnOSS.
H . . oti. . xa- n.
I"" 1i. im tit erf, ft.,
JOAmer.Jo.Fr. To... 87M H7M 87 S?M
M0SatLLfa3Tr.lt .... 1(U liiij 1I,(J IfjjJ
MPOiialT.Ltabl... . ff.Vj SJ?? Wj .128
B0O00JacUL-l.lit.exJaao 104 10 104
xatst qcoTATioys ron BAXxjnocsnv
A4 Ual. Aid. ahi.
Amirlea xxi 2ua IJnroia 870
AB.Znb(. I4A 1S1 Manhattan.... 178)4 Ilia
Katdnr.... 285 2IL1 Market A ml. 220 223
IstclLAOror. MO 186 Meehanlca'. .. 183 11W
gttal 12a MtcharuATr. 22
nut 400 Mercaotlla.... 220
Oatham..... 416 Morcbanta'... 147 155
raltil.....440O 800 Iter. Eich'ta. 120 iu
tit 450 KftropoUUn- 7 10
Pmhh ISO ISO MetropuUa. 35U
ColimMa .... 2.V) Xaaasu 1110
Cotnmerra .. 184 1MJ Neir York. ... 2.-.0 345
ronniiotal . 13.1 143 .V. V. County. B05
rem eie&'ft. 240 2jii s. Y. Sat. Ex. ISO 140
PT'lt 115 Ninth lttl 113
JutRlifr. .. ISO Mnefn Ward. 1.10
WjrttKarL 200 .lor. America, lrlc) 170
IjIlklTiDiOul oriental 230
nnt 2.v rarifto ivo 220
JimS.ots I. 107. 115 Tark 2115 810
JosifniUBi. 170 Ftoplaa' 25
J 17I rWnlz 1J0 185
gAyi". 310320 BepoWlf 175 178H
ClrteM . . 41X) SeaboanL 173
CtraanAm. 122 125 Second. 325
Oermaou ... sso gerenth 125
.rteawtcb, .. 145 Snoo A Leath. Xtti ICO
Baaour . . 345 300 8t. Meholaa . 12S
Uu4HnUrtr 145 153 Hat ot M. Y. 10U 115
Of waT. .. Utt Mil Trxlfiisen'a. 100
i.l ' 183 1U3 I'uUwlStataa. 200
UatHuXiBt. 245 Weatera 120
OTQEB nJACTTTX STOCSE.
r dmiMt , rGc0r
iJt'E. 142 IK) Minn. A St. 1. . rl O
?ZVH-!; "" 81 Mobile A l,h'o J.U 41
iS;W,,-,ai - ll-CA.L. Big IrO
Aner Cable Nj 81 .Natl. X. Oil. .. 21
f?;I. to di. . v,7 M New Cent. Coal 10 12
if?f,J"f.PllK 118 N.J. Central. .ll.' 113V
ih7.PV.. . .' 5M .Y.ntTA.N.p. 15 It
iS-f-i'-S. 71N.Y.Aii.ll...23'. MO
r... !" S N.. C. A M. L... 20 20K
rr?.?1 A 'M S.YCA8t.llp 7 N)
Canadian Pac. 87 87? .l.l) ASI-Uif 48 44
Awarf All. 7 u iv Y B AW uia" utf
r"inJ!1!,'M M Norfolk A Weat HI 17
l 'I Pf ; ?'.' M IMTt.A W. pt . HOfi Bl
fkif-.M "',? "" Oblu bonthern. in 11
tT ,.u."i""lsi. 138 ont. A Mmiutr. S11 40
S... Vm Jl " !3" 0nn linn. ..if UH
OiiM-JC' 25 .-WPeu.AK H UK
ri'.l.'.7'Sf ! 8 J Pennm rnal .250 2N)
Si V. 7 1. "I! w.' iP-Pt.W.AC. 153 154
111 A!.h- .tl 7 P-C.O. A l U 27 28
l?i i. v ':.. :o '-'. 0 Ait.Up 11.14 rl5
iTVif'i. ,5 4 Pitta A vr. .t . 311 SO
rhifli'w lil 10 Siia.ASr..., - ISO
JtiSaVA. s? " niuii.w 43 43
gJL'.'W , no lino. IV. p .. 78 7.1M
J"oniBl I Pf. -. 113 Tul.AO.C..: 42 44
Smn Irin ''' W TI.AJ A S.M. 17H ISM
! iS?. i'II 8U ,1'. Kjpreaa.. 43 47
5"t i Ce?.l,il 1 i?i LlahAkp. . I30 155
U i:I i il '-"! ,ort Wella-Parjo E..I40 145
AWpYutf ,?-j WCe,.pf... - W
Bofiort tueisc yuta-ATloxH.
iVAM.S?lr'i.7T T1,1! Weai'nonn E.. 12(4 18
kMui " 'VJ 'VM WmttndlJinJ HlJJ ll
WaCiJ,",';4 ,,7', '- HutttAUoauii 14 143
S SKt-i '.y -" lalun-eiAII .'Wl TOO
El Tel T' -? 5lA4SAItreSI.-n. 2714 3214
Zn t.i liH - A-T. A 8.14. Bl 81JJ
nilUDCLFllI I flATStNO QfOTATIOSI.
W."Al.;fi "jgi'-.-n r- .., -mU
Alehi LATrT WNDON IVOT1TTOXK.
UnMiaiiiVe.ii; nMiNnrfell;W.tt.f .,.-.214
iasSffi :'!?r i:!3BJ"B,:r .:.. s
terH., : '!. Kia-i". ::::: ig
"F.'.iS.U"' ....jftlj w.u.u,,t urjl
T , 8ATur.l)AY. Xov. 28.
ir. . 'l?Fortar't ovcnli liam oocurroil ia Will
BlM, th wsk. TIib Hceinlnsly moribund
cbm0ndirmlnaUyr.t..ra Im Loan turned
nm ii0commiu,;t"!' Imnbow. who nro rro
wnWycrilltoiof the hubordln.ito eonuo.
nrmi. ,llu fc,r,,,'t lmH LeH involii'd In tin
rui,t Trn.t.,uu" hr th" nnanclnir ol Mf8r
a.n,,,!J1:,r- wllw : f The develop.
"Win Richmond Tt-rralniil Hffnlrs 1h ffl-ncral.
Iiml .1 "" flir 'ratl'"- " rnn that n dua
in!ri he,ubll(- "III It-am from ulslntrTenU'd
rt,aftly whet the condition ot tlu ktb
...7, " ?0tt,. aUo. thnt afti-r tho ronults ot
Munblasf d and InU'lllcont InveMlentloii ol the
iJnl l. "Wtora have beon laid beforoUio
tolLh0clcr8 iUvy wl" 've an opportunltr
Uln.oMl.mS:DRIItfr8 r"r ,ha Proert Th
baSIi ft 't?, Tmln6l fcyetom U not to bo ostl
!3.? htLT' Po'ntorinlleacoltrenluiaa
tonnwJr arrt " to tho countiy.Biid II
toftt!MIyUr8e nd onttljr growtof
I nwt wjth tho wean, ot tnuurwrtatloa.
The manner in which tho system is bold to
Bother Is tinqnootlonablr faulty and has rr
snltcd in methods ot mannecmonl that have
failed to Inspire confldonco on tho partot n
Inrso portion ot security holder. Inthcclr
cumstancoa. Uio atrr that has beon talen
scorns to bo proper and v?lo.
Tho suspension of Messrs Flold. tlndley.
Wlcchoro A. Co. l rapidly provlnic to boamoro
forloiis matter than was nt first suppoacd.
Tho motlmds of tho concern hnro alrcndr
causod n numLcr or Institutions and Individ
uals a kooiI drat of annoyance, and nre llkoly
to prowler-litigation. It is too coon to deter
mlni whether any serious lopscs will bo bus
tutned by tlinrc who had drillings with the In
aolvent firm, but it Is t lenr that a considerable
amount nf securities will bo tlod up for some
little time tn tho nbilous embarrass
roont of those Mho own them or who may
havo bought or sold sonienf thoui durlnrx the
lust few days. The wrect Is unatiedtlonnbly a
bad one. tho result of Injudicious plunging In
both the. Etock and grnln markets. Probably
scvernJ days will bo required for tho Htreot to
discover tho full extent of tho operations of
this unfortunate hiuc.
Tho stovk market has shown stubborn
strength nil tho woek, nndat thocloscthu feel
ing wns general thnt whatever may bo tho out
comn of the Field, Llndlcy fallu e. at least an
aggressive, and nt times InDuentlal. bearish
factor has been removed from tho situation.
There has beon n furthor accumulation of
money nt this city and at tho principal
forotgn centres which uro In closest
relations with New York. Railway re
turns mad 11 public during tho wrote havo
boon uniformly good and have included tho
figures of a number of tho moro important
system". Thcso two facta should logically bo
reflected In tho Investment market. and doubt
less will bo In duo tlmo. As to speculation, no
on 11 exrects to see a revival ot It until utter tho
end of tho year. At the sanio time, confldonco
is so strong that no ono looks tor a material
recession in price.
Fluctuations for tho day and for tho week
were in the main Inconsequential. Tho only
notoworthy net change for both periods was In
Chlcngo O.is, which closed nearly 2 "P cont.
lower than last nlcht. and nearly 3 ? cent,
lower lh.in last Saturday. Tho selling of tho
certificates appears to havo boon inspired by
tho commencement of a now suit against tho
company, but as it is sinmly for a breach of
contract, nnd not for a largo amount. It Is dim
rult to soo what bearing it has upon
tho tntilnslo value of tho property. An
official statement of tho operations of
the company lor the last two yoars ia
printed further on in this column. It is, wo
believe, the first statement of the kind tho
company has made. In addition thereto It may
bo noted that tho combined companies now
haio 1.1U0 miles of mains, which it Is con
stantly extending to meet the demands Inci
dental to tho growth of the city. Since
the companies were combined in the
trust, now defunct. S3.200.000 of net
earnings havo been expended upon the
various properties, while the amount of bonds
issued bus been only $775,000. of which $330..
000 arti In tho treasury ot the company issuing
thorn. Tlio proceeds of the remainder of tho
issue have been applied upon tho construction
of the largest gas holder in the world, the total
cost of which will ro approximately $500,000.
As so much capital lias bet-n made of the
Economic Gas Company as a competitor of the
established enterprise It Is proper to state
that the newer company has laid only four
teen miles of mains for piping nat
ural gas. and an equal length of mains
for piping illuminating gas. The two
are laid side by side. The work of
laying theso mains has beon undertaken by
the Columbus Construction Company, a Now
Jersey- corporation, and tho holders of a
minority of Its certificates havo applied to tho
Chancellor of New Jersey for an injunction
restraining the company from calling of
further assessments or installments upon
their subscriptions. They have dono this be
cause of un Indiana law which provides that
natural gas can be piped only under a certain
pressure, and that prossure. it Is alleged. Is
not great enough to permit the gas to
bo taken out of the State. The law
is prohibitive in effect, though not so
In direct terms. The minority holders
of the ColumLuB Construction Company aver
that this law makes the piping ot natural gas
Into Chicago a futilo enterprise, and they
therefore wish to be rolloved from putting any
moro money into it. The Chancellor has
granted a preliminary injunction, and wilt
hear the case on a motion to make the injunc
tion permanent In a few da j s
To-day's bank statement shows an increase
in lawful money of more than 2V millions. A
considerable increase in the deposits requires
nearly half of that amount, leaving ovcrl;
million to bo addod to the surplus reserve,
which brings that item up to flgifrSs that place
tho banks in an unusually strong position for
this season of tho year. Tho market to-day
was dull and irregular, the only feature being
the raid upon Chicago Ons.
Final sales comparu with those of yesterday
.Vr. tT. K. 18. 1 Xim i7. Xvr 3.
A.T.AS.r.... 4314 4.1J4 North Am. Co.. 17K 1744
Arner. Cot. Oil. 2kM 2i4j Nonli"-.l com.ll7U I172
BuS. R. A P... 4IJ 4044 Mir. Pac ram. 20 28
Can. Southern. thi rtflU Nor. Pac. pf.... 7114 71W
CC.C. A St. L. 71 70M.N. Y. Central... II 4C 1144
CH. A Q.. .. 10144 lOlJi N. Y.A.N. K.... 3 S8M
Cfcei.ACih.n. 74!, 24 Oman coin ... niiU :mu
CUlcaro Uaa. . Mii fM Ontario vf... 20 IBS,
Del, CA W.. .13S 137$ PacIOc Mall.... 89 38U
Del. A HuiliOn.lI.1L 128 Rock laland ... 84!( 84
lien. A R O.nf. 43 43U Rich. A M. P... 11 IOM
Diat. A C. P. Co. M H R8H Baadinc BUM C81
rrte SO 211J4 Kt. raulcom... 7(1(2 76(4
Hock. VaUey... 2HM -I'H T.C I A K. .. SUM 8mU
Kan. A Tea. pt 20V4 2U lulonPacirlc 4114 4IU
Lonlt.A Naau. 77?J 78M V. Pac, D. A O. 1 W 18
Lake iboro ...I24W 1241 Wab A P. pf... 28U 24
lake A AW... 10U 20I4 Weal. Un. Tel.. C2K 2t
UK. A W.pf... xrtLj Ml WueeL A L. K.. RiO, .TflU
Hn.mcitie. .. ox2 now w, a u E. pf... 7flk 70S
.".L, c'onlaxe.. 2jJ O274
As compared with the final prices of last
Saturday, tho majority of stookH aro lower.
Tho moro important net decline wero In t'lil
ragoClaH, 2!i V cent.; National Cordage, lli:
American Cotton Oil and Cleveland, Cincln
natl. Chicago und St. Louis, ii uach; Cunad.i
Kouthern. ii: ltock Island, Nortlmrn fuclllo.
nnd New York Central. !i ich: Missouri I'u
clflo. North American. Wheeling and Lake
Krlo, and nubash preferred, t r cent each.
The noteworthy advances were in Delaware
and Hudson. X t cent; Distilling and Cattlo
Foedlnz. Lackawanna, Now England, and
Union Pacific )i V cent. each.
Government bonds steady at unchanged
?iuotations. Rallwny bonds Irregular.' The
futures wero Toledo, ht. Louis and Kansas
City this. Northern I'uelflo consols 5s. Ameri
can Cotton Oil S. Union IWlflc. Denver and
Gulf l'ts. Heading 2d proferonco incomes,
i:rle 2d coimols, and Oregon Short Lliiu Union
consols. Tho moro impurtunt net declines
were in Erie 2d cummin, J, cent., tn IMIk;
Oregon Minrt I.lnn Union consols. 2. to 72:
Kendlng 2d prererenuo Ineomex. i. toSO't'.and
Union i'at'ifle, Denver n ml Gulf let. 1 V cent.,
(o 72. The nntewortliy advances were In
Amerlcnn Cotton Oil 8, ii cent., to 1US;
Northeni I'aclllc consol 5s. h. to KJW. and To
ledo. ct Ijouis aud Kunbus City lstii, 1)1 r
cent .to 04.
Pllver bullion certlflcatcs for 10,(XX) ounces
sold at 04!. Dur sliver in London, i.i l-la
Money mi call. 'J ( 4 V cent. 'i'injemon'jy,4
cent, bid and lending at4t i cunt, for Mx
montliM nnd nhorter ihtI.-iIh on dividend
living M'vurltli's, nnd 4'ifoft V cent, for
Ix iniinths on mlxt-d block rachanco col
ImIitkI. Comnicrt'l.il paper in good ilenmnd.
I'rlniH endornml bills recrluirilo .ire quoted rlt
oiaOS V cent., iinil llrst-tUss hingle-namo
paper at teuli r cviit.
Sterling exelinngp easier, rosiod ndt
lngnitei,4Hi for long bills and 4Kitor
demand. Actual rutex nre: Ixinc bills. S4.B0V
(n-S4.rll: fight drafts, $4.H.liM24.KIU, nnd cu.
bletranbfrs.t4.K4'as4 rH)f. Francs are quoted
nt r.2rito5.21'. for slglit and r.2Jfm").24'i
furlong, relchrmarks, liS'ci'&.'i for t-Mort und
li4."ifS'.i4'J for lone: guilders. ati.'iYaSy.'. for
long and 4U'n,4(' lor Hlmrt.
Domestic pxrhange on New Vork: JToston
(c.2l)eerils premium per $1,000. Charleston
Bujltig. par 11ml M'llingnt 'j premium. Ha.
yanrmli Jmylnj, .par; helling (i premium.
New Urlciin.- isank. Ui ccntn tllncount: com
mcrclul. ICO ill'C'oui.t. Hnn Francisco Sight,
10 cunt": ti'legrHiihli'.lS; si, Iuils, 23 cunts
premium: Ciilrugo, 20 cents premium,
The weekly I unit rtntenient showit:
AVr. 21. A'. SB cHa
Iviani,.. . t4Hril4.t4'0 141 2.453.300 Inc. 13.M4I
tiepoilta . 4il.u2l.HiU 4j; .'v.i.nrto Inc. 4,lil.20i)
Cirrulatlon. rk574.Mat 5,111 1 OH) Inc. 30.2(0
Imltend'ri (O.MII.1W1I b:i.I2070ii jr.o. 2.1rw:.i)
bpeiie.. 7,k;i)80i) H.WJ.lX Inc. illll.li)
neerTe.i ll.K3.:i)3 1131.723 1UI Inc. I38IH.UOH
B'T rtlj'l. J00.4bO.45U lbO.4U.7.'AJ Inc. 1,200.300
fnrpln.. I3.8,7W I14.883.aw Inc. J ,560.600
tka grtn year sfo tu 8382.8SO, sad tvp jair,
' The following Is on offlelal statement of (ho
flnanceo of tho combined Chicago cas eotnpa
nles! Tho total amount ot bonds Issued. $10.
482.(X)0, nnd eertlflcBtcB outstanding. J2S,.
OOO.01HX For tho calendar nnd fiscal year end
ing Doo. 31, 1800, tho combined companies re
port not earning of '2.:0.700. and Interest
charges of Sl.lKlA.lOO. leaving a surplus of $1.
ai.tXU. which is equal to 5.52 V cent, on tho
certificates. For tho ten months ending Oct
31 tho company reports;
Actual net profile.. ,' I3.lpa.502
Intereat nn bonil IHln2.V
Paid tu city t S12.CO0 per month. 125.000- P04.350
rroatiartercbarxn , ...$1,204,843
Tho net profits for November nnd Dccembor
are ct-tlmateil nt $Ubl,350. The Interest ac
count for thnso two nionths Is J17G.0O0. and
the amount to be paid tho city $25,000. a total
of MUUOUO. leaving a balance' of profits of
S4Hl.;i50.whleh added totho figures fortho ten
months brings tho amount available for divi
dends from tho current year's business up to
$lOb.,i2. equal toU' V cent on tho certi
ficates. According to tno foregoing stntment
tho net earnings this year will show an In
crenso over last year of $.31,0ttJ, after paying
516.000 to the city of Chicago.
Tho New York. Lako Erie and Western Rail
road Company reports for Uio quarter ending
lftfll 78)0 fTju'jiM
Oroaa earnlnn ,t8.tJW)liT7 $7.872 624 Inc. $873,453
pene ... CUI6 031 8.402.058 Inc. 814,273
. Net ernlnt 2 783 0411 I.4W) 805 Ine. $318,181
tested unea. . 724.078 733 WJ Dec. D.871
Balance . ,$2.0.V W1H $1,73.VUHI Inc. $3:3.052
Other Income... 277.0J3 193.VU7 Inc. V3.0JO
Totallncorne $3.130 11U $l.nitiMI4 Inc. $410 088
Allcbarjtrs 1.H34 7U 1.8H.3U3 1nc. 120.097
Sorplua........ $401,523 $10ov531 Inc. $21111.001
Tho Great Northern Railway Company ro
ports for tho year ending Juno 30:
Orcn earntr.in $10,281,714 $I S7aiwli
Op(tmKIpcnA..i 5,lr3.W4 4.010.774
Ket earn njr $M 17.700 $4.857.:J0
All chnrges waro 84.403.080. und dividends
paid required iU0.0(K. leaving a surplus of
04.!H7. Tho churqeH for construction nnd
equipment were $076,124. plus $372,352
equipment bought on account of Manitoba's
Tom carried 3,1 u Mil 2.ul4.fl2
Rate tier mile 1.23sr. 1 '.'rO..
1'aatenirera 1,IK315 2.HM4J8
1Ui per mile 2.37UC 2.415c.
Tho stntcment of tho Norfolk nnd Western
Railroad Company for October, as compared
with t.lo corresponding month of last year,
shows gross oarnlngs $870..I7. an Increase
of SUl.Uftt, und net earnings Sfloo'Jti. 1111 In
crease of 20 02 1. For the ten month ending
Oct 31 th grons earnings were 7,.ri.'SM.7cltl. an
Increase oier tho corresponding period of 1 Wd)
of $448,130. ami net earnings $2,50a,12O. an
increnso of $1UM.171.
Tho recent decline of nearly CO V cnt. in
tlicprlcoof United States F.Tprens btc;l has
brought upon Wall street a flood of inquiries
from investors all oierthe country as to tho
reason for the suspension ot dividends and
tho consequent tumblo In the market of tho
stock. It may be remembered that tho
stock was inactive in the market until
the cumranv acquired control of tho
Raltlmoro nnd Ohio express businoss. Then
tho tapltalwan Increased nnd subsequently
tho dividend advanced from 4 to 5 V cent "p
annum. The company becamn ambitious, and
in Its endeavor to increase the extont of its
sutvIcm made a number of contracts with
leading railroads which have proved to t e un
rrofltal'lc. besides it secured tne United States
Treasury contiact for transmitting Govern
ment funds, nnd the department has
permitted Individuals and bankers to
enjoy tho benefits of that contract
Tho result has been an expansion of
the company's service without any corre1- pond
ing profit. On tho onntrary. the host Informa
tion obtainable is that the romoany I" practi
cally making no money at all. When its pres
ent unprofitable contracts expire tho manage
ment, of which Mr. ThomiiK C. I'lutt is tho
head, will havo an opportunity to roduem itself.
The amount of 4h f cont. bonds redeemed
to-duy was $8,750. making the total redeemed
to date 21,H27.KiO. and leaving outstanding
The receipts from customs for thn weok were
$2,801,005. and from internal revenue $...'.
032. a total of i5.oUt.KI7. agalnfct t5.bbct.7l 1
last week, and making tho total since July 1.
National bank note circulation outstanding.
$172,077,157: received during the week for
redemption. $1.110,2.'3; amount reissued.
SU24.00O. and dnstroved. S382.b25- Balance
of deposits in the Treasury to redeem na
tional bank notes. $:i3,liJ0,703. a decrease of
$310,045 for tho week.
Treasury bulancns compare with thoso of
Iatt Saturday as follows:
-v. St. Kr is.
t.old coin and bullion... $128 423.1)17 $128 lnl.848
billet coin and bullion . d,788.4: 4.00i.71J
tecal tender, including
lrcuiri notea 6502.011 5.078.281
TotaU. I138.512.tl38 S137.035.821
Deposits in national banks, flj.214.20).
againnt l4,511.1txi last Saturday. Hondo held
to secure the xnmo lt.5txl.50n. In addition
to the foregoing the Treasury reports silver
bullion purchases under the act of July 14,
It.'. S7J.ii.ocyj, and Treasury notes issued
against tne same. j7J.717.20, of winch 510.
3U0.OJ3 are outstanding.
Money in London, 2'J cent. Rato of
discount in the open market for both short and
throo raonthh' lulls 3 ,'a'J'i V cent Paris
advices quote 3 i cents ut Ho Irnncs 421; ten
tiini s, and exchunge on London at 25 francs
Messrs. Maitland, Phelps & Co., New York.
Rhode Island Hospital Trust Co.. Providence,
and Mossrs. Iticliiirdsou. Hill ,V Co.. Ito-ton.
invite subscriptions at pur for S875.0UO 7 r
cent cumulative nrofcrrel stock, und $500.
000 common stock, being one-half of
each class of tho authorized capitaliza
tion of $2,750,000 of tho Khode Uland
Perkins Tlorsoalioe Company. The property
and businoss hai e been examined by u disin
terested committee, consisting of three promi
nent business men of Prov Idence. who estimate
thn cash valtlH to L11 $2,500,000. exclusive of
$350,000 cash assets. Thuro is no encum
brance on tho property, nor can any
bo placed upon it without the as
sent of 75 V cent of each class
of stock. An cTummiitton of the results or the
business of the coin; any. made by Mi. Stephen
Little, lately First Vice-President of the .sw
clatlonof American Hallway Accounting Olll
eers, shows that tho net profits for the last live
years havo uvoraged $202,034 for each ear,
fufllcli nt to puy 8' V cent on tho preferred,
and 11U on tho common stock.
The Financial 'Aronic.V, in an article upon
the funding of thn Virginia debt estimates
that tho proposed settlement If consummated,
and If the distribution of new bonds Is bused
upon tho average price ol old bonds over a
terics of years, would glvo tho following
proportions to ccrtiileato holders, viz. : 1st class
70. 2d class HO. 3d class 75. 4th class 45. nnd
figuring tho new bondH nt tho nominal price of
OS. thn 1st cla8 for two-thirds would haven.
present cash value of ."),. 2d duns 52. 3d
class 48V. 4th class 211'... Tho j npets relating
to tho settlement wero forwarded to London
to-duy by tho steamship htruriu.
Tho sales of raining stocks ut tho Now York
Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Lxchangu
to-day woro as follows:
am yam Uyejttoj. IHjht. lHt. t.'o-iav.
125lleiAUelcbir. 1 rA 2 50 3 r 5 fin
1110 1'lioltar 1 no 10 1 w 1 co
rAXLVmt'ckT.i.'a 17 If 17 17
COllKliimett 35 35 S5 35
roKIL'natu.. . 41 41 41 41
40UKxebe.iuer ., . 75 75 75 75
looilaleA Wcroea 1 5 1 to 1 50. 1 ia)
200 Horn SUver.... a 85 (185 a 8.1 3 85
2itJitlu. .... ,, 18 18 18 18
IMOLeaOrllle. ...... 13 1.1 13 13
Will Itlle Chief.... 37 27 27 27
SlalMexlcan 2 45 3 45 3 45 2 43
luiupnir a no n ro ,1 mi q hi
Vn Plymnutb 3 50 3 M) 3 50 3 no
7.'. Kjvane 1 50 1 rxi 1 W) 1 fA
loo le low Jacket. I 05 1 05 1 85 1 C-,
20OUIAI1 73 73 75 75
Ttn total ea!e were 5.850 liar A
New Tork Markets.
HiTCHDAT, Sot. 28. fuoca an Mcal The market iea
rerr quiet, and valoee were narlr nominal. Ountedt
riour el Uhl.-r me. S3 I IX(H 00, auperflne. i3.(W4-J.H5;
hn. 2 extra, .UlfHA. No. 1 eltra. 4 10il 4 50,
Clean. MKA, 75, etralithta. 4.7lx,J5.l5. patente,
iprmr. S5Ae5.fA): Inter. 4Wx5 2.'.: city rallla,
alilppini exirat, 5 30.(SriHO. itre dour. , bbi. Super
One. 5 10nt5 50. orn uieaU f bbl ZtZtiia.Mior,
IVcatem. mid ao.I'M.'i 7o lor UrauUrwUie. Muck wheal
flour. 2 JOT4$3 20 tl lou t.i,
Corruw futurea opeued lower, farther declined, cloa
Ins weak, ilgtl.lpolnta lower than Ihednal nsureanf
yeettrdar. loUylisaa a cler cao of 'too much
rnttnii." True. l.lv eryool made a further reduction of
Dm tiolnta but the fact u hli-h itairKered the bulla and
nut them out of ronci.lt Itb their petition ttti llie In
creaeoflhH vUlbleaupply tn mure than roar million
ba.n. anJ lnle, nearly all thori-crap enlinatea may
be raid 10 have Wen abundoneil With nenrly Ore lull
I ou bale 111 iiAhl tn three innntna. urel) the next nine
uiiintha may be rrlinl upou 10 produce the fraction oeer
thtee million baie required toe well the totapto eiiht
mllll n The weak clnainit waa due to the report that
receipts at rew urlean on Monday will be obnut 46,ouo
lutlei 8potootloua LlOe lower; middling oplanda,
s .0c 1 do. Oula. 8 7-llc. The followliur are the de
tail, of the iranucltobe in luturee. with aalea of M,.
JvnrAi. fToa7 prrea SNat Xowew. Afaa
Noircniber..-. Nominal. . . .... ....
Dereuiber . .. 7.707 73 7.70 7.73 2000
January.. .7 Mi .. 7U4 780 18.)
rcbruury 8056riil 811 8ur U,7uO
Marcb 8 1l'j8 20 H .' BID 2.1700
April. 8U13IA8 34 V3U 8.33 ll.JOO
Nay 84448.45 8411 844 10.800
June 8V.(A8.'Jl 8 3 8 55 I.200
July ....... .8 fl.(4S 00 8 1 'J 808 4,100
Auiruit 8.7038 71 B74 8.71 4,000
September ....8 U3't 8 CJ
PHrtrecelnta this day 82000 48.2U0
l-revtuualy alnce hept, 1, 8 442,784 8.13-1180
Kxportsfroui Sept. 1 , 3.D3M03 :.OU7.705
Btocka at porta 1.2U0.301 inJOA
outturn of crop,,,,, 4.570.871) 4.1Bl.sX)
1 latbU aapply. 4.000,017 2.V37.077
Janiiuiaa Ird fulnrei were a little drpreMeil. e.
peelally the remote deliveries, owing to tower prices
for coin, and the peculation waa leas active; aalea
3.5 0 tea at 0.400. lor December. 0 55&XL68O. for Jan
uary, and 0 03c. tot Kay. After Ybaure the cloao vat
aieadr at 0 40c for December, 0 J16e. for January , 03c.
fur rehrury, and 0.784, (or March. Spot Lard waa fairly
MtlT atprelirfeii priieei aalea HO tea. jirlue cjly at
f.IOc., and 860 Ua. prune Wettern at t.450.50o. (ei.
nlart rttlnrt for tb Continent oSJiWJSi!
Pot k iteady.wlth a rairdemand: S,ikI'i'! Jlf?a!
New meta'$10 60ll "Id nk,i?.V0.?.!-J?ii
prime. w rHtH). and ibort clear. eUS'""''. iV5
quieter but prlcea are etxrot l?r-JJ"' P'CJLLV
liellle". 5i,wftc.i pickled .honlaeTe,ftjrt7K ;" ffl
Bic. HreVedhoirlea,lyat5a54o pTfM-4e . Heef
Iseieady; qnoleil at $7.50iS for J-alrJ JUXtii '253
aflOBd for packet, $10Il2 for SnfJS2l7...n2
il0 5O$185O t tee. for India mese. IW1BN1S fjiflr
active, ateady ar$13 V bbl! aalea 800 Wt,,K!.'!ii
at $12. Tallow quiet and steady ;at 4 IMerttMriaj
Heady at 7U'7Wc. In hhdi. and tea. cilsemsftalTne M
dull at SMcllutter aoll at 238tc. f or aJnetr. and
loa23c. fir Weatern rectory. beese, dun ,ut Urmly
helu at loailtac, for Stale factory, mil erejni. Bs
ranee from 37c. to 3wc for freah Wmtern anJiialc.
ilaAta Wheat fulntes tret oeprerty theKtitl
ebeenceof epeeulellve Intereat and tn dutaeee ot-lh
export trade, threatenlnc an nncomfortabie sense,'
latlonln the vlalbm aupnly. Haley 1.3BUO00 beah .
$105l4$10fl for December. $lAl7k9$J0.) for Jan
uarr.il ?1 i)W4for tebniary.lJ.yn4al.li5(fo
March. $1 fl&jsiTiiM tot May. and ( HJrjr$llo
for June. 8p0l wheat was dull: ahlprnre look only
400110 buth .and the demand from local millers sea
mall oimtedi Sprin. use n$l.l It red winter Wert
$1 08: white. li7coi$f OH. The ala laclnded ha 1
Northern epnnt at $1 OHM. f, o b. from tore,
and No. 3 do. at $104ia$tJIH aBoalt jo.
3 red winter quoted at I1AVM In elerajor.
Indian corn futnrea were depresr-eoj-by the more
liberal current aorpllea. Sale 032.000 buah. at 75c.
for Notemher. MrHiauOyc, for Decemhef, WfrmKHo.
for January. Mr, for rebrnary, anilS2Wt.-n'. 'r
May. spot corn waa dull and the poorer jry dei quit
neriecled. Choice nualltlea are wanted to xomp ele
cariroer. qnotrdi Weatern mined, 58n70c.t IP. yel
low, 03A,uc: hlte. Iva7.r. Th ealet. wer
mainly So. 2 mixed at 74Q7HC. In elevstor
and afloat, and osui?omia Tor early arrtcul.
oata were dull and weak under Increasing current en
piles and the ah,ence of export n ders Sslee 115.000
bush. Including No. 3 mixed at 8(iW83tHc. lorDeeem
ber, 381,'31'Mk-. for January, and .W),'""- "' Mr!
and on the spot, mixed at 8V94lr . and white at 3l'
41c, as in quslllyt alo Na 3 white at 40 Irf eleva
tor, nnd No. 3 mixed at .UHc. In elevator. Ryaqcletat
$1 0'A$1 00. but try jrtniiy held Barley morettlve
for mailing In grades: No 2 Mllwankee quoted at VT
7'lc.:aale3oou0buh. on p I. Buckwheat urmat 05V
Ouc. Alter 'Change Wheat closed steady: No. 3 red win
ter for December, ri.oca,: January. tI07.lt: Pebrnarr,
$I.tJ74- March, Sl.lis; AnnU l.i"4l May. tl.HH:
June, $1 OUM Corneaay; No. 2 mixed for November,
75e.: December. 51040.1 January, 5Mc : Kebrvary,
Me.i.Mar. aJKc. Oat steady: no. 3 mixed for De
cember, finite., January. 3tic t yay,3Vc.t .No. 2whll
for December. 40e.; January. 30940.
Corraic options opeiie.1 at an advance In retnons to
firmer Furnpean advices, hut sobsequently "arm
ottere" were received from Kto nt a roneidernb! de
cline, and tbli. with large nranlian receipts, raueed
the earij imprnveraent to be more than lost, doling at
a decline nf 15t35 point, from yeaterday'a nnal price.
Rrcelptaat Rln. 14.000 bagi: at Santo. 24 000 bags.
I'll Inline In H.itcady at 12l(d. 8nl-a ll'.rslbags,
cloilng eteadr. wttn sellers at the following priieei
Dccemher..l2.10e.Merch It 55c IJane . 113.'.
Januar 11.75c April linnclinly . ..11 V-c.
lebruary I l.7oc.,May . . II 4jo.Auguit 11.2(ic.
Tlie sp.it market was eatler: Rio ottoteil at l.llv1&Mc.
for Nu.7, slei l.oi X) bag tun Noa t and 8. tn arrl e iter
Chantrey, at I2ic. for No 7: Aral bags do No 8, to ar
rive per Alliance, at I214?: l.lXSJbigs do do to ar
rive perdroneay. nt abour ISVfc. and2 00i)hagr.do. No.
7 at 12c. c. and r. Mlbt grades quiet but eleady,
ouoted. Rio. nuanuc: Uararaino. fJfir2i)Ue :
sarantlln li'ifaiikc: leniral America, ls-22c.:
Mexican, livj jm- , tjigtiayra, lsli'a21ic.: Jaa. 22jf
0 1lr.:Moelm -ivtjidjoc
MoAr. Ac Tin market lor raw was itnll. and
Firn-ei were qiioifd nt.iiunnll) uui-nanged ut 3Hc for
air relninir ntuirovado and .Jic. for standnril rvntrlf
ua . Iteni-d ontet nnd iiiiclimiited Otmted: cut
loaf and rmebe.1, 5.-ic. enbe.43-i04 ,.it'c ;ipow.
dcred. 4U'4V,c. granulated. 4d-li:A5-lrtc : mould
V - 4 irli:rs4 i-ic., lall.IV A.' 4 .'1.1004 5-10C.:
ronfccttoneri' "A." 4 I li'aia too . oit ' A ' J 15-10
fl-tir". whlieexira-'C. '.4iSJc . yeltowe, .114741141..
Moiaiiee in tlemsnd and eleadr Quotfl. PrrloRleo.
2541.15c.. domeatlc eld crop. ir.al'''-: du. ties- trop,
.''t-l. e Itice "11 mo-l-ratelv active and iteady
Quote.!: Domestic, common to fair. 4l134Sic; good to
hne.5i-'ive-: prime to choice. 5V4(Of;c.. Rangoon, in
b nil. .'.Uc: Parna. 41ce4c; do. in oend. .st24C.;
Japaii. 55Hc: Jaa.4H'stc. , . ,.
NaiA. STuari-Spirils turpentine waa dull and wevk.
owing xo easier iMiutbern advices, cloelng at MHc.
for regaLare and a5c. for ruafhtnei. Rotn quiet bjt
ateady. Quoted: Common to good strained at $1.35a
$1.40: "K." $1.55: -F." $105. "O." Sl): "II"
$111 "I."$2. K,"$2IO,-v:."$2.3.'.: "N." $335: "W
ii," $.100: -vv w." $4. Tar nrm at $3. r. o. U.
1-itch steady at $1 tVO.
rnaoikm National Transit certificate were qrilet,
hut about ateady. opening at 574iC selling at 5,i4
577ac, and closing etemly t f.Ttii asked, aaleelfiOi)
hbls. Renned in bbla.o 40c.: bulk. .1 laic : cases. 7 TOc.;
crude in bbla, o TOc ; hulk. 3.-.0C Naphtha. COu.
A Utile Sit of All-arerjnn Ptport Colas Oa
In the 1. XI. C A. wjamaslBms.
Tho Brooklyn Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation havo placed their athlctlo grounds at
the disposal of the Long Island Harriers. Thn
lockers aro open to tho runners, and a man
has been put In chnrge of tho club house. The
special trophy, mado by Tiffany. will be award
ed to the member of tho Harriers who scores
tho highest number ot points under the
blue nnd gold colors tn any athlctlo
competition between Nov. 1 of tho
present year and April 30. 1802. Tho
points will be allotted as follows: First place,
live: second, three, and third, one. The Road
Committee consists of 1- Thorp and E. K.
Smith, who aro prominent in Long Island
Lcaguo meets. Tbo first run was held Tues
day night, and from iow tn the runs will bo
held regularly. The L I. H. numbers twenty
active running members. J. McCutchcon is
ono of tho bei-t of tho long-dlstnnco runnors.
The Hillman brothers, the Nautilus oarsmen:
George Gurlach. and E. 0. Osborn aro among
the other good ones. Thorp and Smith will
lead the runs. Smith led Tuesday nlght'srun.
Physical Director George Ehler. who was
much interested in this work wbiio with the
Detroit Association, is willing to help tho har
riers as tar ns lies within his power.
The Centra branch of the Brooklyn Associa
tion expects to do some good bowling this
winter. Mmior and junior teams are uelng
formed. The bowling record of tho Central
brunch is 'Ml. The senior team will be mado
up from the fotlovvicir men: James Hulse.
Herman Helms. J. Uiincan. F. O. Mapcs.
Charley Helms, and J. T. Davis. The junior
team have not yet been organized. V. H.
Crumston. W. L. Cutbhert. H. C Main. N. D.
Sterling, und Fred Gordon aro the tnont prom
islng competitors. All the morabers ot the
junior team must bo ov er tw enty-ono years old.
A movement hits been set on foot within tho
Y. W C. A. ot New York and Brooklyn to have
the physical directors of the various branches
moot once every week, so astoalrcuss the
progress of their work. It Is a good idea, and
ono which tecelves the sanction ot prominent
The most important athletic event of the
woek was tho "irudurs' " meeting, held In the
gymnasium of the Twenty-third street branch.
Iho "Icuilora" are thn best gymnasts In
each branch. They aid tho physical director
by taking charge of certain sections
of tho classes. They enmo together to
see what they could do in competitive all
atound gimnastic work. Ldmund I. Welch of
the Young Men's Instltuto led the Yorkvillo
fellows. Dr. A. C Howe of Fjtst Llghty-sixth
street supervised the movements ol the Y. M.
I. members. Mr. Roberts, as-lstant director at
Ho rlcm, looked after the Twenty-third streot
men, and .IiimesMcCurdy. the athletic director
of the Y M. C. A., supervised the movements
of the Ilarli'ratti's. F'ancv gymna-tlca were
gone through with in tho regular class work.
The Twenty-third street members performod
their work gracefully, but the Y, M. I,
"leaders" excelled in all-around work. Ho-
fur., till, ciiinnotltlv,v ,'Y.iom,l- T)r. Lllhor
Oullck of tho Springfield Training School rto
lltercd an important address on tho "Begin
ning nnd Growth of the Leaders' Corps in the
V. JI. CA." Dr. Oultok dwelt upon tne state
ment thuttho Y. M. C A. was for tho benefit of
the physical. Intellectual nnd spiritual life of
man. Uymnastio work was also described as
educational. Ocean so it gavo it chance to train
tho mind by requiring the movements to bo
memorized. Tho holding of district and in
terdlstrlct competitions was also discussed.
The Young Men's Instltuto will hold a gym
nastic exhibition on Tuesday ovenlng. Dec. 22.
Some of the Instltuto men are making it go.xl
recoid In pole vaulting. Among theso arn
George Sinner, J. S. McCIcIlan. C, Lalmey, and
Tho first of tho Eastern District gymnastio
competition!) will bo held on next Tuesday
rASXtK VAIUCa UELhAHE IXTALID.
Ho There ! Ntlll Judarmeat est VS,O0
Asjnlnst tach for Breach orProralae,
A release which FannloBarrgavoof a judg
ment ot $5,000 which aho obtained against
Samuel Sach for breach of promise of marriage,
has been declared Invalid by a decree of the
Court of Common Picas, based ono report of
Ilefereo Charles A. Hunk. Tho Judgment was
procured on tho defendant's default in April.
1880. Fannie Earr said she was under the
Influence of liquor, given to her inn saloon at
HI East Brondway, when she executed the re
lease on Fob. 14, 18311, as alio allogos. at the
Instauceof Lawyer Jacob Harnett, counsel for
Such. Tho judgment had not been collected,
und nn execution against the body of Such will
now be issued. It Is said ho has fled.
Miss Burr and the wedding caostB had as.
soml'lod at Golden itulo Hail In Rlvington
street on the first Sunday of April. 1800, tho
day set for the ceremony, out Saob did not ap
pear. Messengers wero sent to find him. They
returned with tho Information that he was at
the tlmo going through a marriage ceremony
with another woman in New Lrrio Hail on
Broome street. Another source of bitterness
toMUs IlarrwaB the fact that sho had ad
vanced $40 to proonro the wedding outfit for
Uberry'a Nevr Ballroom.
Owing to trouble among his workmen, Sher
ry's new ballroom will not be completed until
two weeks later than was expected. For this
reason tho charity concert for tho benefit of
tho Working Girls' Vacation Boolety, by tho
pupils of Miss Nora M. Green, will be post,
poncd from Doc. 7 until Saturday ovenlng.
Doc 10... Atthla tlmo Mr. Sherry will open fi
the public tho realization of au Ideal ballroom,
full of n jw vwncelts and dainty designs ot Ills
, Tbo, programmo whloh Miss Green's pupils
will give is an unuiuallynftroctiveone. Among
the patronesses are Mrs. Hamilton MoK.
Twombly, Ml Florenco W. Vunderbllt Mrs.
VhaunceY M. Depew. Mrs, Arthur Dodge, tuul
RHODE ISLAND PERKINS HORSE-SHOE GO.
I.VCOnPOBATED t'NOElt TUE LAW8 OP TOE STATE OF NETT JERSET,
SHARES. SIOO EACH.
Fully wPaid sad Xlon-assossablo.
F. TV. CABPBXTER, OEOItOE PEABODY TTETXOJtK. E. XT. COMSTOCS. GERALD U UOTt,
CHARLES n. rERKINS. EDWIN CUAXKIXa LAR.SED, FRCDERICsT. E. rERELSS.
XEGI8TBAB OF TRANS FKJUSl
THE FARUERS' LOAN AND TRUST COUrAKT. NEW TORE.
Meitrs. EVART8. CIIOATE BEAXAN, KEW TORE; JAUB3 It EirLET, Eiq , rBOVIDESCE, EIIODE ML ISO,
MAITLAND, PHELPS & CO,, NEW YORK,
RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL TRUST CO., PROVIDENCE,
RICHARDSON, HILL & CO., BOSTON,
AM AVTBOBIZEB TO orJTEK FOR SVOBCI1PTION
796 Cumulative Preferred Stock,
OF TIIE COJatPANT.
The preferred alock Is entitled tn a dli I lend at the
ra'e of 7 per cerft per annum from July 1. 1801, pay
able ont ot the earuloirsot the corporation hetoraany
dividend Is let apart or paid on the general tenmmon)
stock. In case nf the noa-payment of such 'Hv tdend It
shall remain, until paid, a chargo against the net earn
ing of tha company, prior to all rights of the commou
stock. The common atpek Is en til led to the surplus
earnings of lbs eompsnyin an amount not In exceed
10 per cent, per annum from lb sam date, non-cumulative.
If sny surplus remains after the payment of
such dividend to th common stock and Is divided as
dividends, it Is to h divided so that each share of pro
f erred, stock n4 each shsr of common stock shall r
celre th same part thereof.
The authorixod capital stock of th company is
S,?a,Ot0,ot which $1,750,000 Is preferred stock,
and the amount now ottered for subscription nra
Issued as full paid shares and non-asieaaable when
taVen and paid for as hereinafter specified. The re
mainder of the stocks not offered for subscription
has been taken by th otd company at par In part
payment ot the transfer of the property to the new
It ia provided In the certificate of incorporation, and
also In the bylaws, that no bond ot this company shall
lie Issued nor shall any mortgage be made upon any ot
Its property without the consent of at leaat serentyOve
pr cent. (75 per cent ) of tha preferred and also ot the
common stock. Tha vutlnjr powers of both class's ot
stocks sre the same.
The stocks of the company win be registered at the
Farmers' la?an and Trust Company, and application
ww be mad fa list ibem on the New York, and Sustou
The present company has been formed for tho pur
pose of acquiring and carrying on the e'.I known
business of the Rhode IsVsnd Uorse Shoe Company of
rroviilence, R. I. vis., th mk-nufactara ot llurse Shoes
It Is intended to continue the Business under the exist
ing management, with Mr. r'.W. CVpenter as President
and Mr R. W. Comttock as seeretar, and the are net
to engage In any competing business lor a period of ten
year. The Cenerat Manager. Mr Char!.' II rerklnt, la
the Inventor of thespeclal machinery which has largely
contributed to thn reaulta already attalncl.Aid he agrees
to remain tn persoatl charge ot the manufacturing de
partment for at least Br years, and also cot to enago
in competition for ten years.
The new company acquires, fre of aU enenmnrances.
aU th property of the Tendora need tn connection with
the business, inclndlng thereat estate, property, here
ditaments, premises, fixed plant, machinery, toota, all
patents, and the good will of tb Dailas. and qutcs
assets, consisting ot raw and manufactured niaterUls
and cash amounting together to $320,000, f
The property and business have been ttaorungb'.y ex
amined and Investigated by a disinterested committee
of three gentlemen of the highest standing, known
ahOty, and experience, vtx.: Mr. William Corliss, lTeii
dent of the Corliss Safe and Vault Duor Company ot
Providence, R. I.: Mr. Gardiner C. Slma of the Arming
ton and Bitna Engine Company, and the Hon. Jonathan
Cbace. a large cotton mann actnrcr and late t'nlted
Mates senator from Rhode Island, all of Trortdence,
who. tn their axbauetlv report, atat their estimate
and conclusions as follows:
".Assuming that the general management of th busi
ness is continued without change, and the general
policy regard ng its conduct is continued, the commit
tee have, in view of all considerations, axed upon tha
sum or $2,500,000 as a reasonable and conscirath e es
timate of its cash value To this should be added $350,
000, the amount of the guaranteed caah assets."
The history of the company dates back some seven
teen yesrs, when the works were established at Valley
Falls, six miles north of rrovldence. and the business
now carried on U the manufacture of Uorse bhoeaand
Toe-Calks; but the plant could be increased by a ynty
smill expenditure, so as to produce bar iron made from
rerolled 'trap iron, for bleb product there ian good
demand at tsirly remunerative prices. The supplrof
scrsp Iron in the vicinity ts always ample, and can bo
purchased at a low price. The company manufactures
from best wrought scrap all the Iron use I in making
its horse-shoes and re-olls from scrap steel tho steel
that la used in the manufacture ot Tne-Calka.
Further, it manufactures Its owu machinery,
except englnea and boiler th capacity of
Its mschlne shop being ample for these purposes
consequently the cost ot all tha machinery Is reduced
t the lowest possible Srure. The land on which tha j
sirs. Alexaaater'a Aaaoyar.
Louis Armand. Mrs. Alexander's former
tutor, who fancies that sho loves him, und lias
been waylaying her and writing to her for tho
last fourteen years, is under medical observn-
t Ion in tho Bellevuo Hospital Insane pavilion,
t wii roauTt probably in his being sent to tho
Hack well a Island lnfano asylum In a day or
works arasituatoxl consists of aho t six and ono-half
acre-, aud has ample railroad facilities, with coal dump
and track (owned by this company) runnlnz In every
direction needrut through the property, obviating en
tirely the necessity for the use of horses and carts for
any purpose. The present capacity of tha works is
about sixty to'is of Horse-Shoe per day of ten hours,
and thu customers ot the company are principally
wholesale and Jobbing iron and hardware houses.
An examination or the results of the bnal.
neais of the eos)iany. made by Mr. Hlephen
Little, lately First VlecPrealdeat or the
Association of Aaaerteam Hallway Account,
lac Offlcrra. and certtOod to by bias, short
that the net proOt for the Ovo years endlae
June OO. 1801, were a follow at
An menage of tKas.stSV73 each lear-aa
araonnt snore than nnnlclent to pay H 1.4 per
cent, on the preferred und It 1.1 per cent
ou the cosnmon atocka.
THESE PROFITS ABE THE NET RE.
ML'IiTsJ ARISI.XQ moil TIIE UUrJl.
NEHH OF THE COMPANY Dl'BIXBTUE
PERIODS MT.VTED. ArTER CIIARG.
IXC AM. EXPENDITURE! (INCLUD.
INOCOvT OF .NEW UACUI.VERY, Jte,.
A-c.,) to cost of PAtonicriox.
By a new Invention recently rande by Mr.
Perkins frhar which seven patents have al.
rady been atrautcd and two snore nro al.
lon-ed) lor the manufacture or what la
known n n Toe.Welcht Hhoe. It Is confl.
Urntlv expected that the yearly net proOts
will be very largely Increased over anil
above the cenerul nnd natural grow tit or
The Company has been organized, the
property conveyed, und the stock has been
Issued In accordance with the advice or
Messrs, Evarts, t'hoato b Beasnaa ot New
lork and James M. Ripley, Eses,, or ProvU
clence. K. I.
Pursuant to resolution or the Board or
Directors, onevhnjr In amount or nil tllrl.
dends declared on the stocks or the company
ont of earnings for th period rs-om duly 1,
IBM. to July 1, lsjo. Is payable to stock,
holders or record 01 Jas, 1, 184Y, and tho
other hair In amount or all such dividends Is
psable to the stockholders of record ot
July 1, 1800,
WE INVITE rjrBeiCBIPTIO.NH AT FAB
to slocks or the above company, catltllarc
the holder to one-hair la amount or all divi
dends declared thereon out or the earnings
ol the company ror the period from July 1.
IfAftl, to July 1, 1SOJJ.
Payments will be as follow 1
IO PER CENT. ON APPJLICATIOrV,
SO PER CENT. ON Afa.OTME.NT.
70 PER CENT. ON JAN. A, 1S0S.
or nil Installments may be paid up under
discount at the rate of per cent, per
The fiillure to pay nay Installment when
due may operate as a forfeltnro or all pre.
Allotments will be made Immediately after
the subcrtpllou In closed, and. la cases
svhero It Is not practicable to make any
allotment, the amount deposited on applies,
tlan will be returned as soon as possible.
The right Is reserved to reject or reduce
any application, nnd subscribers agree to
accept such reduced amouatsi also, to close
the subscription books ut any time without
Receipts will be alvcn rP the several
Installments .is paid, itsd Htock Certificates
will be delivered when the flaal payment
"been made, but not until after Jan. 1.
i.' wl" ""B Dec' dose not later
than Dec 9, 1891. er
MAITLAND, PITELPS & CO, NEW YORK.
RIIODE ISLAND HOSPITAL TRUST CO, PROVIDENCE, R. I.
RICHARDSON, HILL & CO, ROSTON.
H0VEMI1EP.I8, 1801. '
LELaND & SPEAES,
Stocks and Bonds,
Members New Vork Stock Kxchaujre.
CMOS' TRCST BCtLDINut
JAMES BOYS A CO..
Banker. Brokers, susd Commission Mer.
chant, buy and sell stocks and bunds, g am, provi
sions, cotton, aud nolle for cash or on margin, on
O'immlssloti: private wires. Marksl letter free on ap
plication. Rooms 18. 19. ate), und l,
S4.AN1S ttd aVXtMANOE PLACE.
SHMtitdj nU Intrrrst;
T" , rniLADULPIIIA. Pa, Nor. M. 1B9K
HR riDP.LITY IXhUKAhCE, TKlJsT. ASit bAPE
OKFOtllT COMPANY win distribute through the
Ir.STKAL TRL'BT COMPANY Or MW YORK, nn and
after Dec. 18, tolhe HOLDERS Or CERTIKIi'aTEH OK
LOUITABLR INTKREriT In the stocks ot tha CIIIOAIK)
(1AM L'OUl'ANlKS of record. Use 4, an amount equal to
1 M PER CP..tr. of the par value or their holdings of tha
rertltlcatesof that company. The transfer books nUI
close Pen. 4, at 3 P, M. and reopeu on Dec. 18.
JUilrt 11. ilKKT.
DKLAWARH AND IICDROX CANALCOMPASV, NKW
ORK. Nov. SS. 18H1.-A 01'ARTKRI.Y 1MVI.
I.K.NU UP ONE AhD TIIRBE-QUAKTER8 (IM) fl'.lt
CE.sy. nn th capital slock ot this company will be
paid at the oiKc of the company. 21 Cortlandt at.. In
Ihlaelty. on and after TlfcBUAY. DEO. IB. 18U1. Tho
Irsnsfsr books will be closed from th cine of bualnest
TO-DAY until th morning of WEDifKsDAV, DEC. 10.
By order of th Board ot Manager
JAMES O. IIARTT.
MISaWrBIJKANMAHyfc TEXAS R'Y CO.
44 WALL aT. NEvYWRor.7bUrKil.
Th coupons on th First Mortgage bonds of the Mis
souri, Kansas and Tsxas Railway Company, maturing
Pft. . 1, lsul. will b naul npcaprassnutlon at Ih ornc
of ibii company. 48 WauTat.. Kw York, oa and after
0. 0. nEPOE. Rscrslary and Trsasntar.
COLORADO MIBANaJ RAIL WAT COM.
Coupons from th drat mortgsg e per rent, bonds of
the abora company, dua D40. 1-prox, will be paid on
and after that dale at lbs Central Trust Company, tw
TOffc' J. W. REINMABT. Tlcc-Prssldest.
WE OFFER AND RECOMMEND
A line of detlrabl
STREET BAILWAY S PEM CENT
BONDS " '
at prices paying S per cent, or morj
yielding s per cent, asanred dividends.
ALL Or WHICH HAVE HAD OUB. CAREFUL LV-
JOHN H. DAVIS & GO.,
NO. IO WALE ST., NEW TORE,
f iM Tntt & Co.
Bankers and Stock Brokers,
18 Wall Street, Kow York,
sraaaaat a ragalar saatlag ksataesa. racladmt tka smr
tast aat l as Mminlsslsa of sscurlu! dtail ta al
U Maw tark Mtaek Eschaaga
fQEODOCB SALDWllt. ALfaBD BAJtKlK
GOOD STOCKS TO BUY.
per csut, commlulou MOj ) years' evperlenee- dl
cretlonary ordera recelv ed. 8ena lo""ark.l Kevlew
which name th stock to buy and course it mari'Z
IIAIOIIT A FREESP.
Bankers and Brokers. 60 Broadway,
DOUGLAS & JONES,"
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Members ot the yw York Steel; Exchant.
Unequalled stock Trading syaiem and Rules.
Compounding rroflta on Small Risks
c. D. onCEMTuaiiksr, 7 Brvaaway, EiuhiullaTBTB.
Kw 3rtlfj j
JkJEW AQUEnLCTN0TICE"7)rrArTUl!ATI0.V FOII "
Pl'RLIu NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE! that It Is th -i
Intention or the Counsel to tae Corporstmn ef the City ,fji
of hew York to mete sppllcatlon to the Supreme I oari 1.
tor the appointment of Commissioners of Appraisal un- l
der Chapttr 4vuot th Lass ot 1883 and lb laws it
amendatory thereof. ..,.'. !k
uen application will be made at a Kpeclal Term of ;s
aldCourmobe ueld In tha Second Jadleial District, as '(;
th Oeurl Hoots in Wnlt Plains, vvastcbester County, f
ontheaecondday of Jannarr. If :J. at II o'CK.ck loth !
forenoon, or aa soon thervatter aa counsel tan be heard, at.
The object ot such application Is 10 obtain an order nf igffiij
the Court appointing three uninterested and rnmpeteat ffti
rreshoiuera one of whom shall reside in toe Countr of 'ii
New York, and the other two f whom shall reside In 11
the County In which the real estate hereinafterds- ;)
scribed is sttusted. e Commlsstonrra ot Appraisal, ts '!'
ascertain and appraise the compensation to be made ts v.
the owners, and all persons Interested In the real eataus H
hereinafter deatribed. as propoed to be taken or atreet- f 8J
ed for th purpotea Indicated in Chapter 4M) of th J;
Law of 1881 aud the lawa amendatory thereof. , vl
The real dials souaht M betaken or afleeted a ,lli
atsresaid is located In the towns of Vorklawn and Cort- t;
iknut, county of Westchester, and ta laid out and tnd! ft
ratel on a certain man eniltletl " Property Man nt land in
for ths construction if Cornell Dam, Ac." tiled In iVest- U.
Chester county ilrgisler eomce at w ntte plains, in said , jiv
county, on .November sevenleenth (17IH). IsuL aa Map ft'.
Number 1.004. . ,f'
The real estate propot-d to he taken or affected Is re- If 1
auiredtor the construction and maintenance of th
am and reservoir knnttti as'Turnsil Dam." and tha if.
following is a statement of the boundaries ot said dam fi
and reservoir nndot the real estate lube acquired Mj
therefor under this proceeding fit
All those certain pieces or parrels of land In th Iowa ii.
fCurtiandtand lurktosn, county ot viesicnester. and 'l-
state of New York. w.uch taken totrthcr eonstiluie a ill
tract of land particularly described and shownonaaid M
map and divided Into two arta bylhe Croton Aqu- 'j),
luct. That purlieu lying north of said aqueduct being I?
described aafollowai rn
ALI. mat tract of land sttuats. lying snl being on th .!
northerly slit of the 1 rototi Aqueduct, in the towns of --
Cortlandt and Yorktuwn county ot Westcnetter, aud k
htateofNew tors. bounJed and ilescnbed as foiiowsi 15
Reglnntngat monument maraed A. C. on the northerly u
side of the croton Aque luct tn the town of Cortlandt. 'ij
at the corner of the unts of Ann Rurt. known as Par VI
eel .So. 14. on said map. thsneo imrtn 31 degrees nj r ij
minute west. 71 J4s-lii reel 10 the centre or tue Crs it
ton Ktver, thenc mong the centre or :be said river ,!,;
south 41 demises 211 utiiuteawest l.lfrifeet, theno . U
leaving the said rivrratid avrcsi the rosd trnm 1 roton tVVi
Landing to Croton Dam. north Ml degura no ' l!
minutes nest. 134 13 lui feet, thence norih -0 i.i
teareeanH minutes east, l.KUititeet. thence ii.ir.Q A7 r
degreesrsl minutes weti, ataa-lofeet. tuence north -,'.'
bo degrees 4 minutes esst, 2SM0 feet to a leuce and a "(i
creek, tneniealuug the said fence and the said ci.sk, 4 si
south :.' degrees 14 minutes west, lttl O feet to a cor- FIR
tier on the land ot Daniel Webber, thence nn the aat.l , $
Und and leaving the said tenc and creek. soutbiM ' M
dcgreri.41 miuutns east, r18 710 reel to the land nt tr
tlvin w Cornell, thence on the said land north Hit de- $.1
Peea 30 minutes east. l,lsi)feet to in lnd of Aaron u
Cornell, thence on the said land tiorib 17 uegrees21 tg
tulailtea east. ll.'Ji o feet to the laud ot Daniel Men-
ber tbenre or. the said land north 21 dtgr-ea fl
41 minutes sest. OOo teet, thenre at.rosa
tvo fences, north 41 degrees II minutes west, j,!
880O feet to point, thence aiross tour pa
feurcaaiiu the! ollabaugh Hrook, south ill' degrees 1' J ,(J
niiiiutt east. 1 214,1.1 III) leet to the reutre or thr vir. 'rfj
1m Road and th Ian I of M.iflila viebb thence along ilk
saiil land and a lans. north a 1 degrees ht) minutes east , 14
:i7r,ufeet, tnenre north On degrees OJ nitiiuios eas U
1411 teel. theme north IM llegrres 3i minuter essl. tt
StV, 0 feet, thence leav lug the sat.l lane on the said land I
and aero., several Itlices. siut'.b 7 ilef.rees 2v mlnutea .Ljj
east, lull. ''HI feet tn a lotnt, tbenre north tl de- IT
Cees 411 minutes east. 2 suit 11 nu 10 the tan lot Isaaa y. U
rfee n-ar th line betseen tue towns of lorktoe n '?J
and Cortlandt. thence nearly fotloslnr said to tittup ig
line, on the said land, north 20 mtuuteaeut 441 1 10 Cf
feet to a comer, tuelir scroee a fenoe and 'i
along tho lanl of Sophia Webb, north U Jt
mluutes ttt, 3.1210 feet to a cvrner, ttienrs e
north -'degre'l 2S niinutsa eatt. 3.1 &-ln ti.t to th (V
we.tsldetf the roa.1 t-om I'teWsk'll toY"rlton rn ,B
the said ton n. hit) ltne.ihel.ee alou. tin: land of VVm IS
II. Kerr -.cross the said rtad anJ m'.uwltig the sa'd 'c
townsnin line, inirtb. :4 minutes ra',rrl,4;-li) leet ft
to a point near the Mill Hrol( and the Ian lcf (leo I. U
Teed, thence south 47 decrees CO ni.u'ltes vent 3etl 7-lO t
feet tjaevrner. thence eoutii 48 Degrees a utiiiutea J
west. 14'i 8 10 feet to n corner, thence south 42 0, - r
trees lu minutes em.r. 2H n-10 reel to ion-r. y
thence north sj i.'exrti J'i minutes east. 17s .Ho ft
feet to n corner, tl.euco souiN in Uenreca 0 nitnut.a A
east, 48J l-10 leet lo cirner. tbenee itcnn .)-
th Mill brook si'-ilh 27 derees 1 mllii.te rest 'tl
22 reet tv the centre of tnti ronl fr"m Pe.ks. JtT
kill tu Yorktnvii. nt o. tiear the 1 orther!) en I "f ifJ
a brtfge over Hie Ills Bn.o'.. t ter.ee al ins the .aid rn-,,1 y
and the said land sojth, 38 d-srees ill mtlules .. ?
3,. I 0-10 leet to a tM.iiitt then"- 011 tlie eii.ilni.lsnd 1
a'.ong tho said road soutn. f.n .learees 34 mtuite ee.i,
8oo feet: thence south. J8 decrees .'it inluutee set if
aecnuriseast. 32J rH lUi tett. theme leaving the said 'It
rrtd alotiglhe tin-- of the unds f thasutl lietirre F. ).
Teed and I.etnM ihadeajne souti. 1,5 deirre.i. 21 5if
minutes east 1D2 0 leet to a rorn-r near Hie north- Cll
veaterly corner of a hnuset tbenre norll, 7H decrees f
rA minutes east. 471 fet tu ths celllre of the More- '
said road, thence foll.iwtni: the raid mail, the laud nf !fi
the said lleorge r Teed anithat , f svruh urrcu rortl, (Jtl
3 rtegreeiv U tuiiiui.. essi 742.il lee- tr, a ri:n'i ii!
thence along the Ivst named land ncrm 40 degrct 4 tjf
minutes et. ir,4 Mo frit to He laud of rhrb ,';
Tompklus. thence ahmg the said land, north 3S de- Jif
grees 47 minutes Mat. 07 leet I'.llie U11.I ot th heir jj'
f thelate Jame IMUsn. thenm leaving tee sal I road. jtr
across tbotenr. all I alunir the ul 1 Kn.I. tnntn .V.ite. 14
grees 3ft minute .ar, :si7 tet to the centre of tha - hr
t-roion River and the Ism! of Trady J Orar. tli'iir -ji
itlong the said Ixn land th center ot said litter, liortit ''Ei
3-', decreet 3d minutes east. 188 feet; tlien.e north if
AW degree. 48 minute east. Ill feet. thetir ,fj,
teorth &8 degree n mlnotes east. 40 feet-. ',B
thence, north 31 decree. 45 minute east, 2"J) :(?-j
feel; tbencn. north 37 degrees 2S mtlltlte eat, ' Pi
224 feet to the land of Caleb MrluH; tcenes. I)
south 2 degrees &3 minutes west l.lti'.f. In feet to a lt
comer on the land of the Corporation of the Cltv of Ne yl
York on the northerly side ot the Crn'on Aiiveduct: ft
thence, along the said land ant Aqrcduet. the lotloie. ?-j
tng conrses and distance, south 8., d-trret a r, J uilinito IV
west, 22S el reet to a corn-r. thence ac-ona the salt 61
road, aouth 78 degrees 32 minutes west. 57" feet to v Q
cornr: thence across a lane aula brook, south im de- 7i
rrer8intnuteaiest. Jtiu V 10 fe-' to the northert f:
udeof the aforesaid road: thence aero the salt rotil. "fcl
aouth 29 degree 2 minutes east t,it.i'reot to a corner; &?
thenc leaving the said road, south tJ) degreea M (fft
minutes west.. 7, 387-101 tees to corner, thsnr 'W
leaving the said Aijueduct. north t2 1-10 leet to tn ' &i
centre of the road from MngSiuz taCrototi Para, thenc ('
along tho sala road, south 3d-res 47 minutes we tit
1MB 610 feet tn a point, thenc south 71 degrees JO ei
minutes west. :o feet to the eastorly aid of bridg Ki
oyer Balley'a Drook. tnence north 83 degrees 2K mln- Ni
J'es west. I7 feet lo a point, thence south 49 degrees
48mlnu'e west. 118 teet to a point, thence sooth 43
aSjTre3rf minute west, 07H 8-10 feet to the northerly K
side of the IrotoQ Aijueduct: thence leaving th g
ssld road. alon the northerly side of the sat h
Aqueduct, and. Jcroa to townhlp line, south 7o Ij
drre in nvnoire west. 2.301 8H-JCO feet lo anoint. (
thence aero a brook on a curve to the right with a ,H
radius or HSO o feet. 421 43100 feet, theme north 79
degree. Ivl minntes west, 4fll 81-ltsi feet to a point,
Ibenoeonaeurve tolhe left with a radlns of LiKOD '
fee". 802 84.100 reet to a point thence across a lano
arid a brook, south 8 degree 23 minuies wet. 1.201 o
J thence on a curve to the lett with a radius of
l.UBOO feet 484 42-100 feet to a point; thencesoiitbtl
degrees S7 minutes west 2l)lttilO feet to the point or ,
place ol beginning. Containing 378 acres and 771
thousandths or an acre, more or less
Also all thst tract ot land nn tbe southsrly side or th
Croton Aqueduct in the towns or Cortlandt and York- ' r
town. Westchester County. N. Y, described as follows. -Beginning
at a stone monument msrked A. C on ih '
southerly side ot the Croton Aqueduct In tne Town of
cortlandt. Westchester County, about opposite th
monument set in the ground at the commencement of L
the description of tha tract shown on said map f
on tbe northerly ide of the said aqjeduct and herein- .
betor described, ih.nce north 41 decrees 67 w
mlnutea east. 414 r lo feel, ihence on a enrv i
i. ,1" n'ht, with a radius of MO feet.
438 78-too feet, thence north 8 degrees 23 mlnotes
east 1,281 reel, tbenee on a curve to tha right wlib s '
radius or 950 feel. MO 38-lno feet, toence south 78 d S.
sreea 18 minutes east 4dt 83-ttS) feel thenc south 78 f
degrees 27 minutea east S h-IO feeMlienc on a curv
to in right with nraillus or I.O.VO feet 418 us-lOOfeet. '
thence north 7.'. decree. IV minute east 3'.7 31-10O
tet. thence north7rdegrees ID mln Jtes east 7.19 7S-10O
feet, thvnce north 7i degrees 10 minutes east 883 feer. '
tbenrenortn 77 degrees 4V minute esst 24fcet,tbenc "
outai aerree 13 minute east 2i test, thence north j
7.r degrees 4 minutes east 444 feet, thenc north iw ,
degree 4W minute east l."7 feet, thenc ,
north 5 degrees 3.1 minutes west 21 feet.
thence north S.1 degrees 1 minute east 172 feet, thenc
norths., degrees r.l minutes east 4U4 feet, thenc
south 4 degrees 25 mlnutea west ir.'l 7-lo feet, thenc t
aouth 61 degrees 47 minutes west 1.IU1 h-IO leer. .
tbenre south .to degrees Wl minutes west 8trt feet,
ihence north 11 degrees 48 uitnutca nest 213 fee-. '
thence north 30 degree 2.1 minutes east wii feer. '
tbenee north 28 degree 47 minutes east boo feer,
tbenrennrth 79 degree 48 minutes vte,t '.on feet,
thencs south 34 degree. 4 Inini.tes west 3810. 10 reel,
thenc couth 42 degree 32 minutes west 104 3-10 feet.
ther..-e touiu Wl degrees 29 minutes west .
n-T feet, them north 28 degrees 4s minj-es ,
vest 424 teet. thence sojth 80 derreet 42 I
minutes west 1,13 feet, thence south 1 I
degree 49 lulnutes -vest 300 feet, thence south nod. 1
greead minutes west 208 8-10 feet, tbenee south 47 de
grees minutes west I.IOO feet, thence soulb 9 de
grees S3 minutes west D Mil reet. thence north ikt ,
degree 2 minutes west 407 teer. tbenee south 7.1
degrses4U minutes west 807 feet, thence sooth 4.1 de- .
grees 23 minutes west 4t) feet, thence aouth 84 degree I
no minutes west 113 feel, tbenre south 48 degreesAJ
mlnutea west 78 feet, thence north ct.o degree 35 mm- I
ule east l&el 5-10 feet to the point or p ace of begin. I
n'bg, Ccntalntng V2 acres sua; C.'dthoussndthaof an I
All the Ian Is within the above boundaries are to h .
acquired In lee. sn'l luclode all Ibe parceia shown on I
said msp. Reference is herebv mado lo the said map J
Bled aa arcresald In the said emce of Ibe Register of I
Westchester county for a more deta-led description of
thaantdreal estate lo b laken or ancctcd, of wtuca
th boundaries are abov stated. I
Dated hew York. November 18lh. 1BUI. I
WILLIAM II. CLARK l ouns-i to ID Corporation. I
Ko a Tryon row, haw York city 1
JllJrilV, AqitDlCT-bODOM DAAI AND UCBB J
, 8l'PREMK fOl'RT. SECOND Jl'IlICUL DISTRICT
lu thomatteruf ibe petition of John Newton. Comnil. !
sinner of I'ubllc WorL of the rlty of Newiork under I
and in pursuance of chanter 4iof tlie Ij-.ws of 1883L i
and chapter Iwlot tha Laws of 1887, and en behalf of '
thea)or, Aldermen, and Couituonalt) of the city of .
ework. for the appointment of Commissioners of , I
Appraisal under sold acta
lTllI.IC NOTICK la IIKREBY HIVEN that tha Iblrd
separate report of tbe Commissioner of Appraisal, ap- '
pointed herein on July 23. 87. vtbirh report nai.e
on Oct. 8. Inul.tn theoitlcof the Clerk nf Hvttcheaier
rouuty. at l lie Court House In tho village nt Mint
J'lain. In said county, and a copy of which wos on Oct.
12, 18HI, riled In tne utttr or the Clerk of I'utnam cnun
ti. atCurmcl. In said county, will bo presented for ion
Srnatloti tn tho Supreme Court at a bni rial Terra I her. msl
of to bo held In the r-ernnd Judicial District at ths
Court llon.o in th city of roughkeepile, DutcheM Ism
iounty, on Dec, 11), 18IH. at 11 o'clock in th for-
noon. , WILLIAM II CUVItt. )
I Counsel to the Corporation, J Tn on row, Neu-York city. !
I Dated Nevr Vork. IKI. 3u, imii;
I To Form a loune Amherst Alumni Aaso H
Amlieret Collrjro nlumul of Now York anil
Brooklyn will mcot at 8 o'clock this ovonlns ia "
the central bulldlnt'of the Younij Men's Chris-
tlan AsBoclfttlon. SCJ Tulton street. Urooklyn.
Tha moetlnc Ii especially for tliofo who hav H
tfrntuatoii Blnce '81, lint ovory Amhorst mnn In
liotli cltlos Is Invlti'il. Tho procrainine In. '
eliuls funiii old Amlier.st nopc. nnii aorna ml
apt'OchoBpnthoi.ulii.'Pt! " AinhorRtnaShB Is
Comnn'rcliilly. .oclnllv, Flnnncliilh-. Jiorully."
Tho speuk-Brs will Ik- Horljert L. llrldirinan of
the llrrxiklyit Mnnilnnl-('mnn 'tut: ilrrnlforrl sal
W. Hitchcock. 'HI : Frank II, Parsons, '8lT on3
tho Ukv Howard H. Jlllss. 'ft.'. An effort will fl
'bo mii'lo to form a younc Alumni Association
composed of men from '81 to 'Ul. Tlioro will .
tie a soclul time.
An Extra Tax ou Tardy Tuapayera, HJ
Notlco wns civ on yestorday by Tax Ilceolvor
Goorco V. Mcl.onn that n, ronaltyof ono per M
cont. will lo nddod to all tuxoa romalnlnc un- !
paid ou Deo. 1, and that an nddltlotml penalty 'man!
of Boycn pr cent, a year will bo lovlf d on taxea Hi
niuiilnif a or tho bojrtunlnp of tho now yei?.
This ponalty will ho computed frorn&t. G last '
when tho tax hooka wero opcnBd. Thounpaiil .Si
taxos uraount to about vfttiW.UWJ. ""i"" ,
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