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JIMP ? "T TZZ ' "' ." -r' THB SUIf, SATURDAY. JANUARY IB, ltm . .--"- - l
J&Hs&fe TBtS XRIALS or A PXOPBMT. litSffltwV JPraalatrd I.tEatl8aow. mm Htcaa-aa JjIlfcf.'V Tultriii"! rail Verlaeatloa, K'mHKj!' Tho nidai favored prophots ar "oniellm BEjf3H0 k'BTltAd by th thouchlcoB serlbss ot their arn HBHM ration. That Is what tlio Prophet Ellas, aur IUH named Dunn, thoucht when lie read the after- HHk moon papers yesterday In his tower, and B.( looked throueh the deep, oral windows com HVp,w tnaadlnsa ilnovlow ot the whitened world KHr- ontald. Tho prophot hud writton tho day bo- HK;', (orath&tthore would be llsht rain or snow In KH$i' the mornlns, followed by colder wcathor. KjflK; "Now." ald tho prophet. " they ear I didn't HEHHd fclk " Wtnt do they w&nt? lf nvo or " EtiH3V Inohesof snow la not Unlit, what Is light and wajSHffr what Is heavy? Of course I might havo pro- KfeMWtf t dlotedthatwe would have Ave Inches and UIW IH" .one-hnndredtha of an Inch ot snow: but Hint KM'.' i ' would have boon suesswork. and not trtio M J propheor. I think that tlis results haveful- jjl filled the forocaht. It will be coldor to-night, l h and to-morrow, 8aturtiay, It will bo below tlio kV j. yroadnc point by about 10 decrees. It Is If! "f torobabla that the cold weather will stay with I!C , faiovor Bunday." WVl ( -ahe snow was llsht compared with tho snow ; r.; aftC , Mother years; but, compared with tho snnwii I'liKu ot this easOD. It was heavy. It began talllnc v.-!:-Bin ;' t2ooiook In the morning, At dawn itwnri KnW .' ButUneslantlntr chalk linos aoross tlio murky ;jbSr Ktrwlththo aaHlatancooi a Btrona northeast- HvU KI I rlywlnd. Itwas sottand adheaivv, nndom- i:l 'I' H i oelUehed archltectunil projections overy- LV ki& ! Where, windows fuclui: north wero curtained ml' yflKn ,. I 'with white und all the swinging sign r 1 ill ? " Viards on tho avenues had the Inscrip- i' ' iitlonsonthe tip-town sides ohnlked over by Hi' rV Kk 1 the storm. Tho many minarets of Trinity wero H lHK v I made oonspiouous by mnrblo-suggestive tips. LK 5 Wt f ' Md all the gaunt and leafless trees In tho K $1 (1 (' hnrohyard blossomed for a while Thetomb ,v atonentold plainly to tho passer something Hit ? U s About tho peoplo who havo lain under the Hi '- ffl ' TPnows of a hundred winters, for overy graven H5 fl .lettor was aocontttuted with whlto. -'5l '4 i K All tho parks were flllodwltli bits of lmmscu- Mi'. ... :1 - lata forest, and all tho stutues la tho outer atr H. P ii ,v -Vore robes of ermine. Mr ,', f Thero was nothing picturesque about tho Hi it if I Snow on Broadway after tho wagons and H mB : ruokfl and cars began to roll over It. Big Tom H) R iP 1 Brennan's muscular shovollors bogan heaping I f' ti'i' jhe snow Into mud-permeated piles when tho H V w ' ..last flakes oeasttd falling at :i o'clock In the H' & ll ' s afternoon and the trafllo on Broadway began H ', 1? ; i ftogrowlichtor. m i, 'H ' r, 1 ' ' ' ' TUK WZSTMIXSTFM BETISIOX. W 1 1 ' K U V' Hrrcresa ttmf Toward a riaal SatUs. , J-l ' " o' lacsttoa of Preterlttoa. ! A i ', Bo progress whatever was made yesterday it?' If ;' I krtheBevislonCommlttoeotthePresbytcrtan WW ft' '' ' en8ral Assembly toward n final settlement Ifc jli y. otthoall-lmportantand.asit has proved, ex 'k'j' H Medlngly knotty question of pretorltlon. the Kg 1i i ' lause In tho Westminster Confosslon which WW i '' states tho fato to which flod has ordained or Wm i: ;' (doomed the non-elect millions ot tho eartli. 'IS: K '" Jhe eub-commlttoo ot five to whloh the ;jj- Sj troublesomo clause was roforred did not re I'l'f I v sortbooausoot the illness of Dr. Morris, one 'tag IH' of thomembers. Dr. Morris Is confined to his '!'& rH - "Tooms In tho Evorctt House with what appears 1 trf ItB - to ba an attaok ot tho crip. Tho report ot the i'- Wl mm"to9 ma e deferred for some days. i? Halv The same members ot tho commltteo were .fpT H- Resent, yesterday as on the day previous, I ' fff ,ritJl Azooption of Dr. Morris. The com WvJHI''' ttetookopchaptcr4."ot Creation." The Mm tmV" old Confession. In the first paragraph of. this f' rH. ehaptor. reoltes that " The heavens and the 1. mml't arth.wlth all that they contain, wera made Iri- nHHI l oyBlmlnslxdavs." Tho ebango proposed by !, HH.'' the formor Revision Commlttoe was to make It 1. HHc' Feal' "ln slx oreatlvn days." The paragraph k '' -was finally so changed yesterday as to rend ufi Hi i in the cpaeo of six days." thus expunging tbo 11' Hi J. ".word oreatlvo" and inserting tho words "the UKr nH T. apace of." This was considered to be perfectly I. .-, Baasfaotorr, If M Chapter 5. "of Providence." was left as f K. ' amended by the last committee. The pro fit ' .,' "Posed change in section 4 ot chapter 0. " of II', - 9 i the Fall of Man." was deferred. So was tho lii I - hance In, section 3 of chapter 7. Sections -1 IK DB '' and 5 ot the same chapter wero considered. V 19 ? and no change made. Chapter 8. "of Christ lii H the Mediator," was considered, and no change I HI made. Chapter 0, " ot tha Holy Spirit," was II-.. :WU h zeoommlttod. I 'Kv til A to o5pter 10, "of Frea WUI." section 1 was I '? 1' . mer.ded.so as to road: "Oodhath endued -' fta- $ who will of man with that natural liberty that 8-IB; r Jt Is neither forced nor by any absolute! neces. ' IH' S 1Jyof nature determined, to good or evil: t; HI; '-'' whereforo man is. and remains, a free moral i I- ,- agent, .retaining full responsibility for all his ft ml 9 i ota, in his states allko ot lnaocency, ot sin. a ml- t fjrraoe.andot glory." 4 l3i ' . The committee will contlnua-Its. labors to-, f ffi k '' I TrrT! BA3tE OZJ OXB. If. ft -. tig; 5k'Bot Optrm Manaaer. tha Xanoeaa w . W v Xonas Vlcllaia, aaa Thea (ha Follea. K mi"' PlusBUjion. Jon. 15. Complaint has been ll V ' ''" Siado to tho police hore that a awindlor giving ..' 1 J l!' nam9 mS J- Edward Fulton, has victimized ll ' 1 :. - , veral yonng women of this city ont of sums ;;(' f 'taaclncirom $50 to 5000. .Ho advertised for Jrf m K rl Tflth cood 'onns and cultivated volcos for j.1- m ?l K the stage. Many stage-struck young women ,VJ I ' j Who applied to him saw a tall man ot decided- & m )' v typrepossossingappearonco. witlt large blue !' M' V !'yes.a heavy browa moustache. auburn hair, 3' Mm ' and a high forohoad. Ho woro blaok clothes. ? Il u ' silk hat. and seomed to be a prosperous and S i Bi'l; tasponsible person. ' mW'i Fulton's plausible explanations easily dn- H KSr ' eived the credulous girls who answered his i R! advertisements. Ho told them that ho was or- h Sf!2? Banlzlngan opera troup to sing a now piece t ' '( k .oaUed"C.S.A!!uvmbra." ills backer, he said. r frlU i "" a Mr. Fairwoather of Now York. Fulton P:B7 , produced contracts bearing Fnirweathir's sig- S1 ' Mr i aturo. and thon. aftertestlnc the girls' volcus. k W ' fie made, thom advunco $15 to $au each for !' M, f wrdrpbo." Ono young woman. Adelaide . 'I Mandell, was induced to glvo him various & 'I.' : anms on different prutoxts until ho had swin- Si? u'ISj, ' died her out of over $000. Ho thon loft the it if? ;( ity- and none of his victims has since heard " ctorfromhlni. fej !"' ' JoDn Edward Fulton has worked this game W ift..1 ' anyatlmonndoft A year ago Tub Bun ex- H?-' ' ed him. In Chicago and ln Cincinnati ho JbT Ni;. . l Bad previously enriched himself at tbo ox- ' lli i T ena of victims such ns he found In Pltts- W u Dnrgh. His motbod is so slmplo that his suo- J' IWCi i' P4 9't" wondor. Ho is married and has )B Sir. ; : three vhildron. Gonerally his wlfo travels Kl itMmt - . ivithblK. ;!' Wat I . "rom Mttsburgh. whero ho oporated from hfT Wm?, x June to Octoborlast. ho went to Baltimore, in v ,s ft ful ft whloh city ho was known as "John Edwards." f Wi! " Binoe thon he has been seen In New York. Ha ' marl " ererowned an oporn called "U. M.Alhambrn." . . lit? He never took it on tho road, never booked It ,JW 'ailSt 4- or tour, and never had a baokor, "Fnlr- tfl Hi' V weather." Of all the tricks practised upon un- ih vli '-'". aaipecting stage-struck persons Fulton's Is vC5 Si' ' the meanest, bocauie Its vIotiruHaro In variably iy r ail!' it poor girls who can ill afford to lose tho small '4Ll MSik fi lint he eteals from thom. Even In this city 'k KSVi p was "uccossful in his petty swindle fk" i fe ? 0 MU.LIOXS IXTOLTED, :'f I iff J ".' .' I' ;' JU Oaty OS Million Ilava Coaeat4 - !' '' t' " R"pld Tr'u," Koutea. t.r I'i i;', ' TheEapId Transit Commissioners, through i l' fj'" w John M. Bowers. Olod In the County Clerk's ;; i?!' afflce yesterday a potltttion to tho Supreme '' K l'1' '' Court. General Torm. asking for tho appoint- K' "ent of a Commission which Is to decide W bH5 "'s whether tho roads decided upon shall be built if Hfi' i n tha routes selected, notwithstanding tho Hi.'''' "" lallnrotogetthBroaulsltooonsontof property fe Hj -' ewners. i'? H,t " Tho petition shows that the value of the land SS HJV: il alonarthoroutosis $240,127,734. They have W "mW' -T ot toa consents ot owners ot $51,UiaU8U. ?. flt; At Owners of 135.4:5.800 worth havo "not HbU given" their consents. A number liuvo not iHaK f Men heard from. HaV Among those who have not consented, al- 'HK '$. though it does not appear that they aro op- mWt i posed, aro the following: HB : i fuadard Oil Conipuy tlKloOO I ""' WublBjttan building , w,,ml -BBf ;C , Uolon Iruit company , ,10000 'f ii Cataartaa L. Wouo citatt J.on.'.ooo V -i SstxrlandOriltnGotUt L'.4Mi.ooo aw lv'-- npj. Aitormtl 4.'.n.'l,l.cmi) r ; WUllaa auor i.roioiK) r Trtnlly Corporation, ii,7:i7..-a) 'a ','( .'-r Maw York JUtolPiiirance Company l.avtomi KTaBU 'jV AadlMD 84oara oardan Company. l.ooo.ooo "j.'Hj K' MattopoUUn Opara Uoua bUJ.uoo fhmmUn -'' Th motion for tho appointment of these f!HK '.v'1' Commissioners will bo made before tho Oon- tcBB'ft f i aral Term thu first Monday of February. gj-HH Vj 1 fahartVaa Jnst Acroaa the Street. ,' HM 'Ji No friends of Christian Faber. the crank who St Iffi i wotd to marry wealtliy Mrs. Lovin, and who 'J PHI m i WM t'ont successively to Bloomlngdale. to I 'f& I Australia, and to the insane asylum on '' llr I I Ward' Wand, havo turned up to take charge mW- 'i.' 0I him or u'8 i11000- Faber worked last ;'.-' 9W i t spring aa saddler In the Central Park Riding if mtS " I Academy, Ffty-nlnth btreet and Seventh nvo- I mW, pue. This is directly across tho street from iaR V I Srs. Levin's apartmonta ln tho Madrid, und :' JHa , I Vabor must have Been Mrs. Lovln entering or j, HRi I leaviaglier bouse, and so got to know her by :.. Hal' " i 'ht Mrs. Levin knew, and knows, nothing vhHK ' I Whatever of the man beyond what was stated c'HsM ?" i taJTsa Bvx yesterday, ..... V HE , trabsrhas only boon in tbU country a little ,H ; .trr ,ro ycari. Mitybtoamt trout Paria, aHal fcvJHHB'v- HHaaKaK- FRIENDS OF 1HE PUBLIC. jmov or vrjc rrut-oATBKK trxwB. , i Soma arotial 8ka(ha aa laatacate af Brain Work era la the niahast Walk or Life. .IpM . " . The reader ot tho morilng paper who sits by hlrt cosoy llroHlilo mid b informed ot what In transpiring In overvininrter of tho globe, sel dom ronilrus tho uuouncof actual labor noc esxary to nscortaln. oollfot. wrlto, transmit, mid print this wonderful mass or nows. And yet, a-ldo from tho siKfiiil dospatflios. It In furKolycutilrcil In onooflloo. lonitod near tho Telegraph building In Now York, and pre sided over by a iiuist guntlcmau iu a most UKKterly iniiiiiii'i'. Mr. William Henry Smith, manager, of tlio Associated 1'resH. Is In tho prime of life, and poxxusitu n mind cliurns tn the rvqulrpmntits oftho public. Tn properly and promptly linn rllo tho nias of matter tlmt passes through bin handx Is an onormotiH undortnklng. and ono which may well tebt the capacity of nny man. Mr. Smith liiiniilwayH boon annrdiinun workor.nud It Is by uo mentis surprising that his hualtli should. In tho past, havo milTorcd muro or Ions tlierobv. The muntnl strain nec essary to tho performance nt Ids duties cnusnd dtfllcultlnBOf dlKostJon which nro not easily overcome., and olso aurcnilo eollc. both pain ful and vMhausting. All uttnmpts to ovoreouio thcin tvlidenrles by force of will powor failed, nnd ho eonoiilted eminent physleinns. among thom Dr. Uatthol pM'hlladulphla. In spite, however, of tlio care nnd Hklll of these practl tioners. ho grow woro constantly. The result en ii bust bo described in his own words. Ho snlil: "My brother. 0. V. Smith, manngor of the ChosapeakoanilOhlnllailroad.camotovisltmo. nnd. seeing my condition, took upon himself to oonduct my case, and so necured a prepara tion which, I havo Blnco learned, he had uwvt successfully himself and In his family. I bo gan its use. and conimonced improving ut onoe. This improvement continued, until now I am well, and wholly through tho influence of Warner's Safe Cure. 1 havo slnco thon used the remedy with good rasultn in my family, and keen It on hand oonttantly. I consider It a remarkable medicine." Mr. Uoorga Alfrod Townsend, the famous newspaper correspondent, whose lettorn, writ ten ovor the nom do plumo of "Oath." have attracted ueh wldo attention, said to tho writer: "Whllo in England 1 bad a plpasunt visit with ex-Oov. 8. B. Packard, our Consul ut Liverpool. Wo wore remarking on the death of a number of distinguished Americans, when the Governor xald: Townsend, I ran't seo why so many of our public men aro passing away, victims of one dread soourgo. There is no noed of their dying it they will consent to avail themselves ot what has been provided for them, as I have.' Gov. Packard went on to describe his oxporienco. and I found his symp toms corresponded almost exactly to my own. I soon afterward returned to A merlca, began the same treatment, and wbon I had taken a number of bottles of Warner's Mate Curo the remedy Gov. Packard used and commondod to mo so strongly I. too. was rid ot backache, bad fluids, tired foellngs. nervous exhaustion, irregular appetite. ' thick hoad.' and to-day am as sound as a nut It indicated my disorder and removed It entirely. I regard it as a god send to this country, where Brlght's disease and all other kidney disorders ore so preva lent." The above statements are not from obscure sources, but from gontlemen ln the most ex alted stations of trust and responsibility, and the affirmations they make are the results of actual observation. Dooe it not stand to rea son, therefore', that the article of whloh thoy speak is n most valuable one, and such as may be used with great benefit by all who are suffering? Air episcopal CLEnaxaiAX sovr. m tTaltaa. rreabytcrlaaa Locked Ont ar tha. Cltr 'female Chorea. "lam willing to leave my ease with God and the press," said tho Bev. Jarvls Worden. sneaking of the difficulties that have arisen from his recent change from the TJnlted Pres byterian to the Episcopal faith. The lease of the small hall at 1.725 First avenue, known aa tho City Templo Church, tha United Presby terian organization ot which he was formerly at tha head, is in the hands ot Mr. Worden'a brother-in-law, and when tha members of the congregation went there to hold a meeting on Thursday evening they tound themselvos locked out Then they adjourned to tho Bev. C B. Bmyth's ohapeh 61 EaBt Eighty-sixth street, and denounced Mr. Worden. The report of the committee appointed by tho Prasbytery to ex amine Mr, Worden'a action was postponed un til next Tuesday evening, when the Presby tery will meet at tho Charles street church. Mr. Worden said yestorday that a day or two after the last meeting or the Presbytery tho elders ot his churoli notified the agent of the property that thoy would no longer be re sponsible for the rent, and if the othor sldo wished to bold meetings there thoy had tho privilege of hiring the placx for that purpose. "Twoof my elders." said Mr. Worden. "when the Prosbytory withhold my salary and refused to give mo my credentials, determined to go with me into the Episcopal Clmrcli. Tho ma jority of my old congregation will do tho same, although I deny that I havo tried to inUuenoo them so to do." Tho liev. U JJ. Smyth aoopsen Mr. 'Worden of having tried; for months to undermine tho faith nf his congregation.' Mr.Wordonwaa confirmed In the Episcopal faith lastweok by tbo Bishop of Montana, and is now connected with tho Chapel of tho Mes siah at Ninety-fourth f-treet and Second av enue. He Fays he decided to make tho change beoause thero is a wider field and raoro llboral methods ln tho Episcopal Church. Mr. Wor den's former aongregatfon owe him $-00. Ha reoelved tbUU salary. WACXOJtY JSBPEOXOB COXMOXT. Tha Faatrattoa of Labor JLak far Bis K oral by the Governor. Auaxt. Jan. 15. The 8tate Federation ot Labor Is up in arms against State Factory In spector Connolly. Yesterday, when be was be fore the Convention to explain hla oourse in tho alleged appointment of non-union men. a delegate asked him why he had removed Mrs. Alexander Bremmer of Now York. This net tlod the Factory Inspector, and he replied that ho had removed her because she did not do her work properly, and that he would do tha samo again If the necessity demanded It He hnd appointed In hor place a widow who had horsclr nnd children to support and hereafter ho should decllno to appoint as female doputy factory inspector any woman who had a hus band to support hor. To-day a telegram from Mrs. Bremmer was read In thu Convention, which said that she could not be present yesterday or to-day to answer tho Factory Inspector's charges. The Federation wan much incensed at the Factory inspector's defiance, and to-day they adopted tho following resolution, requesting the Gov ornor to removo him: HV.ru. Varioua prolnti nara ten cDttr4 aralnat thu reivntlon of Jauira Connelly, Cnlef Factory Xn aprrtnr of lota State; ami H'An-fftr, We believe that toe abore.named poaltloa ahottlil be ulled by a trrulre nntonlit; tlieretore be It JtvUtrd. Tliat (be Kxerutlvo Council call upon the trade unlonaor tbebtate for caudldatea for Factory lopeetnra. Ami u t vHhtr Rnnlmh That the Executive Conaelt aelert one of tbo caudldatea recommended by the trade umona of the Mate and prckent tto naine to Uov. Klnu error appointment. H'"trl, That tbo selection aonada be referred back to the aoiona for endorsement, Tho Federation nftor this declaration closed its annual sesion with thn election of theso ofllcors: President, Daniel HarrNof New York; loo-1'rehldents. Joseph Kerrof Ponghkaopsle, James U 1 loach of Albany, and 11 G. Barnes of Brooklyn: Secretary-Treasurer. John I. Durnell nf HulTalo: Trustees, Daniel Kell of New York. William McCabe of Albany nnd Wil liam 3. Young of Troy; Legislative Committee, Donald McDonald. D. P. Kirwio, and M. A. Uurtman, all of Albany, Bobbery aTthe Unltea States Ma!. Batavm. Jan. 15. A bold robbery ot United States mail occurred here at about 0 o'clock last night nt tho Krto depot Tho mall for tho wost-bound train, consisting of two pouches, was on a haggngo truck on tho plat form waiting tho train' arrival. Tho em ployee having them In charge stepped Into tho depot for a moment, uml on ills return the bags wet" mKilng. Thoy wiro found later iimler omo planks near thn freight house. Thoy had boon cut open and tho contems ab stracted. A tramp who hud been lounging about tho depot Is MiEpofed of the robbery. You never knew of a case ol La Grippe without a distressing weakness, and there never was any weakness from such cause that NICHOLSON'S Liquid Bread would not promptly overcome. Try It for your yourarif. llecomniemi it to; our friends. 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A U.I.2i!ln U 12!i c. otf 83 4 12lH 1 Seattle. L. S. A E. 114 10ljkeHhcre2d.r..l2l HTcx.l'ac.litba... ut 2 Lako Snore 2d. C..122U r. H3U 1 122ii r.Te.v I'ac. 2dlu... SI lln.AK.ynl 110H 21 ?iH 10 1.ou. A S, S. o. A 2r "H M.div 117H 13 aj 10 118 ll! "l)t eUn.A.s.Bi ioii 7 a B 101L lThlrd Ae.ti 11 IB L. N. A. A Ch. cn.tlnjj 2 Terre 11. In. 24.. ..103 8 U V. ot .N. V. lit.. 101 1 Tol. A O, C. lit....lORW 2L0. Bt.U AT.lit. 113 2 T01..A.A.A S.M.cn. B7f-j 8 U2M 2 rol.. A. A.AO.lit. V3)i B ICJ4 BTeun, C. I. B. 6, '. MS a.Tenn.dtr PO 8 to. E. A St. h. 5a. HI 133 II. P. It. .. C. T. .N. 7W 1 Mlia. RIt. Br. lit. loii Union p. lit, 'Uhs. 10M 1 Mob. A Onto gill.. OVA 11 1'tah Sn. ex. lit... IOO 111 ".... 117 Union LL lit 111. 4lleh.Ccn.7a la.'M 11 atl lat lOlifi JMo.rac.3d liaU 1 XV. I'ntnnrol. r,a.,10l Kor. I'ac latr....lir It! Weit shore 4a 102M 1 Nor. I'ac. 3d r 113 r. 1Q2)J 2HlNor.rac.cn. 64... 7SJ1 2 Weit shore 4a, r.,102 10 7iW 11 v. N. Y. 4 I'a. lat. 14.: 79Ji, 10W..N.V.l,a-2d. 33, Total aalea of railway bondj (pax value), 2,Wfl.00a ' aUT.aniw AND OI1IEE RnAnGS- Oin. Jlillf Lof Cte-. 8B08Amw.rot.oii.. SU Wi mu a.-. aw, r,73Amer.:.0llpf. Bt3 ml or.ij crAJ Hit, Ot)45AtchT.AS.Ve. JWji 4'lC. 42 43 43U SOOAtlantlo Al-ac. B n 6 4), B 700Bna,Koctl.Ar. 41W 4I 41 41 41l, 3BBnr..O. It. A N. 5 :!, H(i 0 43 lOOBelL A S. lll.pf.lHU 130 1311 1B20 Tan. Soul hern.. 00U 00 mJ ivj W, (JOOCan. Faclltc... 3ti !iI Ij.hCJ 1131. in 10B70CUea.AOhto.... 27 21i 2111, 2W 2lM 187S0C.au. titpt... 3ji 114 113 3a 31 lM0C.A0.2dpf.... 43 44 42U 43J? 43, 7400 Chicago (Ja 7.'. 7ilJ 7r.W T.'AJ ",M S820C. CO. .!,. 72JI 72J, 72J 72JJ 72J, 200 0C..O. A St.L.p. UT, Ut) Ii.', llKI!iOCnlc.N.V..r.ll7 U7-V IHHVJ 117M 117M 72BC.B. ttl 108 11W ll)7 107 lOTt! 348l0cZM.AKt. V... Hl HIM KW tui), MOJi BOCM.AHt.I'.p.iaistf 1238 12.1 122 123 l7IJ0cZK.l.Al"ac.. W2W W2J, Ilia, ulj UIJi i'KOO Colorado CoaL. 87i, 1173 'A 'r W lOOCol, H.V.AToL 3i W, SOiJ KOVJ 8 lOOl-uU All.Coal.. 17 17, 17 ItUj 17i I'.OOCIt.daiOfB. . 7Ji V.H n;a W7 Vtii KK) Conaol. Oaa Co.102 102 liJ Hi2 lo: tIM lleL AIIudaon..l35 12'j; 1247t 124; )-'.-,l, tiS0DeL.Lack.AW.140 Ull J 14(1 13WV 14(1 200Den. Alt. il.pr. 4I1 4dU 4I.U it.yi 4ttU 7U7H I)liUUlnA C. y. G!I UW II" CliW BUj, 120E.T..V.A1I 7 7?J 7 'j! 8 320E.TV.A0.2dpt 1U lftJ lt 18)2 17! 7HBKdlaouI.K..... Vnl UV.I Bh J U11 ,i HWEvni.A.T.U..llH)J 121 lll)i 120 121 loo UL Central 108 108 10a 107! 104 Bill. Cleaned I... till till WO 1)2 8 83r Iowa Central... 12U 1-H 12M 12W 1:1 2l&L.E.AVeitern. 22J 23 22 22 23M 1020UE.AWeit.pt. 70J H .M 71 7ljJ into Lake shore 12 1 2 123 121)J I2J 12j4 320Loni( laUtld.... D'l ml fit U.'U HUM 800 Laclede liai.... 22 22M 22 SiJ 22tJ 1112oLoula.ANaih... HH Kl hoi hiC hjiJ 840SLouia,N.A.AC. 2 Slit, 2b)J 2H 28t 400Kauhatt'nCon.loo 101. iu.'. 104U lor,'l BiXIMlun. A St. L... !); t'"i llJi M 10 47&MtliOurliao.... 63 l'.3 C2t 82U O-'V 2W Mo, Kan. AT... IU! W !!. 1), lUS 443BMo..Kan.AT.pt 83 tH 112 a'4, 82S 80Kaih..C.ASt.L. 4 M4 114 110 112 SOtr,K.Y.CentraL...llBM 11BM 114 Uii 114J, IlKlON.y .City AN.pt. 10 21 IU 21 22 32BO NatL Cordaae.. UBfi UO btm urttfj im 2C0T. Nat. Cord. pf....lo3 100 103JJ loo ImilJ 180 North Amer.... mil IBM KHZ mi lt)U 12705 N.V. AN, Enjr.. 4S BOJ 4!jJ 4UJ 41J in N. Y. A '. H7...224 220 224 224 228 86HN.Y.,C.ASt.L. 20K 20J SOW 20W 20M eoso N. v.l.e.1 w. a-jyt H2J 8214 82IS r.:'I 400N.Y..L.E.AW.P. 73 73 7.'M 72aJ 73 lf,23N.Y,b.AW.... 12 12J llJJ III! 12), B12N.Y..S.A W.pt. 40U 4IJ 4U 484Z 4B. B2B Northern Pac... 23H 24 23W 2:ii2 24 17000 North, fac. pf.. D7W mi 07,1, 07J 67K 100 Ohio Southern.. luH 1P(J 1HU : 20 BOO Ontario A Meat. 204 20j 20t 20l(j 20U 100 Oregon ll. AN.. t8 H8 88 87 wo SAOOreiouK.L..... MH dOW SOU tiO'i BOW 1410 1'aciUe Hall.. .m 38 88j 87)J 87M 38 27BPeo, D.AKt... 21 21 21 21 2IM W41l'hll.AKead. ... 40V 41 40U 4CIW 40j 44PuLI'aLCarCo.l87S IBM 187, 187 180 100 P.. CO. A 8t.U 28 28 2 28 28U aOIIUulckallrerpf,. V4 2Vi 22 21 28 bo Km urande w.. no su :m n7W tutu 10UK.GrandeW.pt 70W 7l 70(4 70 72 0;4oittch. AW. p.... mil li.U iii2 ir. inu inoKlcb.AW.P.pf. 7l(J 71 7l 70lJ 70S 70 It.. W. AO HO 111 110 1102 112 SSUM.KAP.W.... 10H JOH 10 10 101 820 Kt. UAS.W.pt -MU 2UU 20 2llt 2n(5 lUOKt.P.ADulutn. r,il 4.'. 4M 4nil 47tJ 8U1DHI. P. A Omaha. 47), 47t 4CH 4IIU 4il). 200 St. P. AOm. pf.lOft lOllli lOtl lOW 110 400 southern I'ac... 40U 40( aoti 4ii 40V 2tH)Tenn.CoalAI 42'2 42)3 4U2 41M 42)2 tJOOTexaaPai-lnc... 12IJ 1RI7 1S 2 13 50IIT,A.A.AS.M. S 2jl 2taJ 2."iJ 2SK 14310 t'nlon Pacinc... 48)2 4ti 48 4SU 48J2 lOOI'nlnnl'.D.AU. 22i S3M 22 22W 23 3IOWhi.L.AP... 14 14 14 1B 141. lBBOW..St.UAP.pt 81 81 SOU SOU BO G40tVeit. Un.TeI... V3ii 83U HSU K3U K'lU 1400Whtel.i UK... 88 3817 87U iis(2 oglj 820 W. A 1- E. pf... 7hW 78 7714 77K 7h 160 Wta. Central..,. I'M Wi 1WJ ltiU 20 Jix dividend. Total ialetof atocka were 5K8.831 tharea. OKLISTED DETXET1IENT TOANS ACTIONS. Orn. Jtii. jwjj. rtae jl, m ig. Ji. mL rfw, 17&H8 Aroer.Sor.nef. c... i an. so M iosHAmer.Siir.iter.Co.pr. i2 U2 oiu mil 1000 NatL Lead Trim 114 1UU 1(4J 147 2Uu NatL Lead TruiiCtfa. IKW luK llAJ 144I SilONatLUad Co UB 3.'. &4W 84U 477 NatL Lead Co. pf bi'i 82)4 82)2 82)2 200CoL, 11. Val. A T. pf. ' n 2.1, a. paid 7 7U 87 7M 40ODU1..K8. AAtl 7'f 71 7 7 1( Newport N. AM. VaL. IBM 182 li 1K 200N. Y..Penil. A Ohio... Ill 11 1 1.2 1 IlOlN.Y. I'cllli.AO. pf... 21? Uj 2(J 2 200TOL. I'eo.A W....... 20 20 2o 20 lOUOUl'IpeLlueCtll 2i 02K 82 1)2 BOSTON CLOSrNQ QUOTATIONS. UiJ. A'lrd. . Ilti. JJ.it Itoi. t Albany. 20n NewKnr.Tel.. t.'l Boi.AMatne... la Del. lilec. W... H u Cent. Mai 1(5', 17L, rion-li'ionE. ro;2 COM t'ltchbiirr 84 H4U Weafhouaa l; 122 N,Y.AN.E.pf.lOB)a JOil Will l.nd Lani 17 17M Hex. Cent. 4a.. 71M santaKoM.Co. 2S Sr.Vl Old Colony 1B8I4 1UU A..T. AH.Feaa. 8314 tal Wli.Crnt. pf.. 4.1 A..T. AS.rela. U4I, C4U Amer. BeUTal.20a 210 " raiLADEIfUU CLOSrSO QUOTAnOM. Ml. AiM.l JltJ. Ji. Utlh Talley. &) to), Penna. B. .. B0 tiU 1C. AN. Co... 4U) LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS. Atehlaon 4B Norfolk A Wettpr 54V Canadian ractflo tmUINorthem PaciOopf... now Erie Common n.lti(lniano A teit., ...... 21 Erie2dconaoti lioijipennhylvama., B7tl lUlnoii Central 112tlradiuir 21 Kium A Teui 20U'Kt.l'aur. , H.IK Lake Shore 12B' Cmon PaclBc .-.11 111. A NaihrUle l WahalUuL 33 Y.Ccutral. llb)ji FntDAT, Jan. lfS. There was a further contraction in the vol umoof business on (ho rHook I'.iclmnce to day, owlnc partly to tho interruption to tolottrnphle cournunlcatlon and the absencoot operators by reason of the storm. But tlio nioro Important factor in repressing activity was a continuation of tho determined effort of many ot the traders to depress prices. Those operators are the first to complain ot an in active market, yet they invariably do their best to brine one about by taking; ad vantage of the orders ot commission houses whenever they have an opportunity, and by toitarin- and promulgation reports calculated to unsettle confidence. For the last tlireq days theso professional dealers havo in sisted, in tho face ot nuthentlo and finally ot official statements to the contrary, that tho Missouri FactQo Company Is certain to with draw from tho Westorn Trafflo Association. Thoy and those wljom they seek to lnflucnco seem to overlook the fact that tha vital ques tion in Westorn railroading at present Is not the perpotuntlon ot an association, but of pro viding equipment to mout tho unusual de mand tnado uion tho roads. A plausible theory regarding the market Is that tho largorlntorusts on tho hull side have disposed ot a good many stocks, and honco acquiesce tn a retrograde movement. By do ing so they may recover at nn advnntngo the stocks thoy have sold, nud nt tho siimotlmo encourage a short Interest. Xlils last Is always consldertd of valuo from n speculative point of vlow. nnd froquently enublos tho bulls to optnb llsh themselvos In a strong strategla position. Hpoculatlvo conditions havo unquestionably hnd nioro to do with the present setback In the markut than circumstances affecting tho ln trlnslo valuos ot ecouritlos. Certainly the railroads aro doing ns well, and In many cases bottor. than whon tho last upward movement started, money Is castor, nnd tho flnanclal'out look abroad is tn no respect worso than it was then. Forolgn capital, It Is true, has f urnlshod noBpoclaUunporttotholnve9trdcnlinnrjtot.il ut according to all accounts it Is only a question ot tlmo when It does so. London arrears to have taken profits on a comparatively small lino ot stocks which it acquired month or six weeks ago. And to-day's markot furnished evldunce ot a doslro to take back some of tho stocks that have been Bold. Any way. tho London market tor American securities was strong, and the great majorltv of tho orders from that contro wero to buy. The execution of thoso orders caused a strong opening, but after that tho market was irregular, owing to the tactics employed to depress prices. Northwest und Lake Slioro wero very strong throughout The dealings in the first named wore upon the samo unusual scale as yesterday, whllo moderate buying of Lake Shoro ad vanced the price nioro than 1 V cent Tha greater part of the Improvement in that stock was retained at tho close Northern raclflo preferred was Bold upon n published roport that it had been decided at a special mooting of tho directors yostorday to suspend divi dends upon tho stock. As a matter of fact, the company began to-day to pay tho dividend doolarod a tew weeks ago. In the afternoon and until the delivery hour the ton donoy ot tho market was to advance, but a sharp attack upon Sugar Refining, resulting In a net loss ot nearly 3W cont, unsettled the entlro list Still, tlio final movement of prlcos did notwlpoout allot the earlier advances: and in cases whero it did. the net losses wore unimportant fractions. Tho statoment ot the Union Paclfle system for November and for the eleven months end ing Nov. 30. published yesterday, has In cer tain quarters redirected serious attention to tlio prospects of the property. Tho net earn ings from operation tor the eleven months are reported at $14.1(58.000. wheroas for the pre vious twelve months they wore $12,330,000. Neither of theso amounts includes incomo from othor sourcos. For tho year 1800 that ltom amountod to $1,081,785, being an increase ovor tho previous year ot $403,748. So far as can be loarned. that Item will not be less for tho year 1891 than it was the year before, while tho ofllcors of tho company are confident that tho not earnings for December will be fully up to thoso of November. Should that prove to bo tho case, the surplus earnings and other income for the year 1801 will foot up in the neighborhood of $3,000,000 over and above all oharges. Whllo it is not probable that any part of that sur plus will bo distributed to tho stock holders in the present financial condition oftho company. It will certainly be gratifying to investment holders of the stock to find that their property possesses such remarkable re cuperative power. It is stated that the float ing dobt which was recently funded into three-year collateral trust notes, included at least $3,000,000 expended for new equipment all of which has been delivered and is now in profitable use. Of the specialties, the Chesapeake and Ohio stocks Buffered a natural reaction from yes terday's sharp advance. Besides, the specu lation in them was influenced by roports that some of tlio holders object to the proposed plan for financing the company. The National Cordage stocks continued active, and the pre ferred promptly recovered the quarterly divi dend of 12 cent, which was quoted from tlio price at the opening. That stock is beginning to receive the attention ot in vestors, who appreciate that tlio issue is practically a perpetual first mortgage bond upon a majority ot tho plants engaged in the second largest manufacturing industry in this country, tho stock being preferred as to prinoipal as well as to dividends and the last named being cumulative. It is learned from trustworthy sourcos in thetrade that the state ment of tho operations ot the Cordago Com pany for the fiscal year ending Nov. 30 last which will be submitted at the stockholders' meeting on Feb. 1. will show a handsome surplus over all oharges and the payment ot the dividends upon the two classes of stock. During that year the company had to compete with a number ot largo factories which have since boon brought under its control by the lssuo ot $6,000,000 dobenturo bonds byn auxiliary corporation. Tho Cordage company now controls every concern of importance in the United States and Canada, and it is understood that an estimate of the operations of the cur rent quartor, which will also bs submitted at the annual meeting, will show net earnings of about $800,000, which is equal to tho div idend for the year upon the preferred stock, and halt of the dividend upon tho common. Beginning with the ourrent fiscal year the company will make public quarterly reports ot iti operations as soon after the closo of each quarter as tlio accounts can 1m made up. A further advance in the prlco ot silver bul lion certificates is to be noted. Within the last few days brokers representing foreign houses have endeavored to buy up the certifi cates and commercial bars privately, and to day they were tho principal bidders tor tha certificates upon the floor of tho Exchange, but without attracting any considerable otters. Owing to rocent sales to tho Oovornment tha amount ot certificates outstanding has been reduced to 3,000,000 ounoes. and 400,000 ounces will bo shipped to Europe to-morrow by foreign banking houses which are pre sumed to represent a Gorman syndicate re cently formed to control the surplus supply. Tho closing was Irregular, with tho average ot final prices substantially tbo same as yester day. Final sales compare with those of yestorday as follows: Jan, 14. Jen. 15, 1 Jan. 14. Jan. IS. A.T.AS.Fe... 42M 43 Mo.raclHc ffl ffiili Amer. Cot. OIL tiBh BBKNat. cordae UM, tmSI Bun, It. AT... 41 4lUNarth.tnj.Co.. 111'. 18)2 Can. southern. ow uoi, Northwitcom.imt, H7W Can. Pacific... Mil SdU Nor. Pac, coin. 2.11J 24 CCC.Ast.U 72), 72lNor,I'.c.pr..,. (17)2 07 C. II. All.. ...10" 107) N.V. Central... 11 b" 114 Cue,AOu!o... 27( SllQl.N. Y. A N. K.. . 4W4 "liK C. AO. lilpf,, B2M ll M'Omanacoui.... 47iJ 47 C.io.2dpr... 42JJ 43. Omaha pf llo loiiW Chicago Gai... 7&M 7.'.k OliUrlo W... 201J 202 Iiel. 1.AW....14U 140 PacISc Matt.,.. 38 87W Del. Alludion.125 12.' Kock liland.... tCi! (llU Put. AC.r'.Co. (; But, Rich. A W, P... 111)! Mi? Krle 32 82?I It. A W. P. pf." 71 71 Hock. Valley... :m, not, Keadliur...,,,,. 41 'W 40U III. Central. ...1II7 108 St. Paul com... 8oG HliiJ Kan. Aleut.. 1K)2 19K Ttxaa Pacltlo.. 12)2 13 Kan.ATet.pf. ail( SSjJ T.C 1. A It... 43 411 Loina. A Noah, 801, 8IU I'nlonl'aclttc. Ht 48)2 l.akei.aor....12lii 122), 1',. Par., D. A O. 23jl 22W I-alel;, AW... V2i 23 Wab. A .pf... 31tJ soli !..li.AW.f. 70t, 71) We.t. in. Veil: 83) 832 Ijclede ;... 221, 22ly WheeL A L. K.. 3.IJ OkiJ Uanhat.Coii. .104), 106), VV. A U L pf... nil 7b)J t-.Xdltldi.ud. Government bonds steady at unchanged quotations. Railway bonds firm. The lea tiiros were Richmond nnd Terminal 5s, Now lorl; nnd Northern '.Ms. Chicago and llrie in comes. Colorado Mldluud 4h. ChoHiipeake and Ohio eon sol fs. American Cotton Oil rte, Oregon Improvement &. New York, btisqiiehanna mid olfrn generals, Northern Tanitlo conRol fs. 1-ort Worth and Denver City Hit,. Krio'-'deon-fiols.Ulzjbi.-tli. Lexington and Ills shandy Juts, Atchison, hauf us and Toxus and Texan l'acllla issues. Tho .more Impoitint net advances wero ln Atchison iueomes, cent, to 04',,; American Cotton Oil 8. ,', to 10M',: Chei-a-reake and Ohio conao) Ds, 1. to lot!: Colorado Midland 4s. ii to 74: Chicago ami Krie in-P0"!??-. t0 48''; Kansas and Texas 2ds, ii. to 51,; New iork and Northern 2ds, ii. to tK: Peoria and Eastarn 1st. 1. to83Kj ehmond nnd Terminal Da. X. to foX: Texas olfio lsts, ., to rti'i. nnd 2ds, H. tn - mud st 8hor 4s. S V cent, to 102 f. .Thn nolo worthy declines were In 1J Ira both, Lexington, and Illtf Sundy lstn. .' V cent., to VO'ii KrTo 2d consols. H. to 107: Fort Worth and Donver Cltylsta. '(. to JiO't: Northorn Pariilo oonsol t. ,'i. to TO);: New York. Susquehanna and Western generals, K. to tM: Oroiron. Improyo mentr8, H, uw. and I'eoria and iastorn in comes, H Y cent., to 32. In Bank stocks 100 shares ot Merohants' sold at 152 'i. W shares of Jtetropolltan at 10. and 30 sharos of Westorn National at 122.1 (SiTlli. Hitver bullion certificates for 80.000 ounces sold nt IMJirti 1M. liar silver lu London. 42?d. Tho offers to soil stock lo thu Treasury to-day aggregated 4U2.000 ounces. Tlio purchases woro 202,000 ounces, as follows: 102.000 ounces at $0.0348, and 100.000 ounces at $0.0350. Money on call. 2li V cent. Time money ensler nt 3 V cent for sixty tlnys and :im tor ninety days on good mixed Htock exchange collateral, and 4 P cont. for Mxto eight montns on divlilend-naving securities. Commorcial tinner In fair demand nnd the supply 1h light. Prime endorsed hills receivable are Quoted ntfiffSli cent, fli-nt-class stngle-nnmo paper nt f'.'jr.iij V cent., und good slnglo name atOffl 7 cent Sterling exchange easier. Offerings of com roercial IiIIIh are larger, l'osted asking rates. $4.8:.'.rn$4.K4 for long bills and 4.t."H.fc $4.80 for tlemand. Actual rates are: Long bills. ?4.H2.Vi$4.8;t: sight drafts. S4.B4W ?4.8.. and cable transters. S4.Sfti;'K$4.85).'. 1'ranes aro quoted at G.1H'ifro. W'i less 1-10 for sight nud fi.2i;(ro'5.214 tor long; retchs marks. O.V, for short nnd 01!. for long; guilders, 40 for long and 40 3-10 for short Domestlo exchnnco on Now York: Boston Rliiiri cents discount pur $1,000. Charleston Buying. Par, and soiling H premium, ba vannah Buying, Purl selling, Ii promlum. Now Orloans Bank. 100 premium: commer cial. 50 pieniliiiii. Bun 1 ranclsco Sight 20 cents: telegraphic. 2f. St. Louii iw cents premium. Chicago 10 cents premium. The John B. Stetson Company of Philadel phia, which was Incorporated u year ugo last November, has just mailed to Its shareholders Its first annual report for the year ending Nov. 30. together with chocks for dividends fortho half year at tho rata of H V cent upon tho pre ferred and 0 Y cent, upon thn common stock. Tho company, acting upon tho bUKcestloiipf Messrs. John XI. Davis .t Co.. who float Ml the securities of the company last May, Iiiih adopted the English practice of submit ting to the shareholders a copy of the directors' report and the auditors' roport to gether with the balanoe sheet certified by the auditors hb correct By this method eveiy stockholder is fully Informed of tho condition of tho company nnd of tho fucts upon which dividends era declared. Tito report states that after puymont of interest upon tho ven dors' purchase mouoy up to date ot tho share holders' subscription to the capital oftho com pany, und which is charged against the year's prollt there is $107,253 available for divi dends, which absorbed $114,000, leaving f f:i. 253 curried forward to credit of prollt and loss account The sales for tho year wero $42.5811 larger than the previous year, and ln September tho sales wero tho largest ot any month in thn history of tho huflness. The balance shoot shows: Share capital, $2,700, 000; trade creditors. $243,405: loans, $13fl.-50-1: dividends, $114,000: balance to credit, prollt and loss account S53.253. Total. $:). 250.282. Assests Heal estate, buildings. Ac., $2,120,450; improvement account $33.0311: stock offers antl other mntorlal cost $822,100: book debts, cash. Ac. $274,023: total property and assets. $3,250,282. Troaury balances compare with those ot yesterday as follows: M 14, Jan. 13. O-nld coin and bunion. .i:4.317.43l (123.70ii.fl44 Silver coin and bullion.. 2.3V&.063 8.400,728 Lorat tehdere. Including1 Treaauiuvtea.. ....... 7.058.460, 0,091,411 Totali ....$137.B7B.44 (130.207.783 Deposits In national banks. $13,240,152. against $11.(155.045 yesterday. In addition to the foregoing the Treasury reports silver bullion .purchased under tlio act of July 14. 1800. $n.227.ti80. and Troosury notos issued against the same. $78,044,000, of which $75. ttJ2.j5 are outstanding. Money in London. lffflX cent Rate of dis count ln the open market for both short and three months' bills. I'A V cent Paris ad vices quota 3 V centa at B5 frunc J7)i cen times, and exchange on London at 25 francs 1U; centimes. The sales of mining stocks at tho New York Consolidated Stock and l'otroleum Kxchungo to-day wore us follows: eeba. jVoma. Optnlnq. BlfAmt. lommL Oftnf. lOOAIta, OS 85 IIS i3 100 Con. Cat. A Va.. 4 10 4 10 4 10 4 10 BO Munieitake 12 oil 12 OO 12 00 12 (Ml lOOMencan 1 70 1 7ll 1 70 l 70 10ONaHlo IB 15 15 IB lOONorrHellelile.. So so so 2(Xlsir, Belcher.... 70 70 70 70 ioo 8an Sehattlan. 8 8 a 8 TLe toll aalea were OBOaharea Heelrie Stock Quotatloaa. BcneK. Jan. 15. The lateal eUctrle atook quotatteaa lola werer Bid. Jtifd. Raitern'RIertrle Cable Co. pref.... 63 BO Thomionllonaton Klectrto Co BO 2 60 7fi Thomaon-Honaton liltctnc Co. Eret..2 3714 2H ra fort Wayne Electric 12 BO 12 82W Weatlnjrtiouie Llectrto Co... 12 7S 12 87m European Welding Co ...IB HO 20 ui Iletruil UactrluU Wurki..... .. a 7i iiw New York Markets. rxiDir. Jan. IB. Kloch 4d Msib-Prleea of wheat flour are about 25c y bbl. lower lu the pakt n-eck. Corrox Put area opened at a aharn dcline. imlcklr rallied, again declined, ctoiing ateady at sallpomta belowibe tlnal pncea of yeiterday. It wan today a market for rumor rnongera and manipulation. Lter pool did uot reipond to an advance of ) eiterday becauae our beara aent word that the amallercrop movement wai due to bad weather at the South. and our.prlcri were decidedly lower ati the flrat calL Valuei had very lmle support from any quarter. Many;bulla laldt "Let go, to give ue a better hold." Eut the lndlcatlona of email interior recelpte cauied a Quick rally to about the dot ing flgurea of yeaterday. Then minor rnongera catna to the helpot the beara. They aald that the torthcumlng crop eitlmate will give a total much larger than the 8.210. OOO baleimentloned early In the u eek. It wai alio aeen that the Interior atocka had decreaaed very Uttla, and down went prtcea to about the Inweit nt the itny. bpot cotton wai iiulet; raldillmguplabdi. 7ti.l0c.;do. Clulre. 7 1B.18C. The following are the drtalla of tha uanaactiona la futures, with aalea ot 170.0OU balea: Mtmtkt. CUtng FtUm. JllghuL Xorol SoTtM. January. ... ...7.20J17.22 yebrunry.........7.2e(. .... 7.37 7.27 li.tVX) March. ..-.. 7.:W7.S 7.48 7.37 SH.200 ApriL........7.BO7Bl 7.(12 7 BO 21.400 May..... 7.837.04 7.73 7.110 60.200 Juna....... 7.74(47.76 7.85 7.73 20,000 July ......7.8.1,i)7.H.', 7.H3 7.H1 5.100 Auguat 7.li2(7.l3 8.0.1 7. HI 18,000 September ...8.oo8.02 8.10 8.K0 3,i;o.) October w... 8.07(48.011 8.18 8.0U COO , &UM,fa C;" 1S01-BS. lKKO-SL Jtl. Jtilei. Port neetptafhia day., ... 23,184 iio.810 Fravloualy alnco Sept. 1 S.l:il.i74 4,SOtt.oH1 fort recelpu patt week .... 16B.3B9 18II.134 Esportarrom Sept. 1 3.147,041 8.KM.4.. Stock, at U. 8. ports , 1.311.4BO 826.1110 Interior recelpta, paat week 32,000 B2.2S8 Interior atocka , BdB.OOO 448,C0tl l'ltoriiioKi Lard futurea wera further depretiied by weak Weitern marketa bale 1.000 tci. al 8.77g8 K3c for May. After'Change the clne waa ateady at il.r.3n, for January, ti..c. ir lVl.tuary. 8.84c. for March, and 8.77c. for Hay. Spot Inr.l w.ie eailer. dull; aalea 120 to. prime city nt (IWiii.lOc.. and ioo tea. prime Weatern at m.BBc. reguUr; renned for tho Con tlnent nuoled at oMHigd.liQc. Cork ituady, with a fair demand; men. lu.75ia.'.0; ialea BBO bbla. Cut meatb lu goad general demand: aalea C.0O0 Its. pickled bellle.ue.IO a. . at &Kc BOO ptcklnl ahoulderi. al 44jo and Booincktrdbaiuiut 7Uc; al,o or Weatern mean, 800tCi.aweelpicUidhaji, 18 B.., at bc. for kay; 200 lei. do, 14 fin.. e'iC fur May: 1M toa. do. freih packed. He. on apui; 3oo tea tktnned bania. atbac. for March: 2lOIc. do. do., at bljc. for May; 2B0ira, aweet pickled hou. tlera. California cut. atBHo. for March, and S.W tea. do, ilo, at r.tc. for May. Ureiaed hoga again eaaler ut 6 r.-11'.C.U.o.: pigaBaa. Tallow Heady, with a aale of BO 000 tea. at 4c. llrcf liami ateady at (13, with P0 libls. told at the Wet at $12. Butter la firmer at 24a32c, for creamery. 20 (-'Bc. for Htate dairy, and 18U23c. for Weitern fac tory. Cheeie firmer at invtr.'e, tor htate factory, full creiim. Irciheggi. 24d5'jBKc: limed. Iilsl7'.c. Gaaix Wheat' (uturea ere much dcpreited, nulla broke down. In fact. Weak ferHgu advicea and freta rumoranf the removal of I lie Uueaian embargn cauaett renewed treasure to reallao. Nalea B.270.000 uuah. at SIMSl.OOW for Pehruary, SI 011(31.02 for March. f,,51H'ik0,!li, for April. II.(Xl$i,oim for May ln1Mc.14tl.00M for June, and UTlJcauau.! for July. tpnt wheat waa lu moderate demand, mainly fores Eort, but prlcra were emltr. halea 84.(00 nth. at t.uo;'4l.o:'l for choice red win ti and. No. 1 Northtra aprtug at l.OSVa. ludlan corn futurea were tligbtly irregular, without making any important channel. Sates 7B0.000 buib. at Ca)Uj1c for January, BOUaBOUo. for lebruary. 4liTyBO', 'ir March, 4Mf, 'aMiHo. fur April, und tviii 4lic. for May. upot corn win in good demand for e" port und Home uie. and prirei wereiteadlly maintained Nilei 21B.OU0 buab., M B04;aB2c. for .So 2 tailed In eleratur and adoat. 4lUf1.'.1c. 'for eteamer Uo., 4ti4iiKo. for No. 3 Uii? B3o. for No. 2 whlto, 61c. for yellow, 4WaCOo. for learner yellow, and BOiiuSlr. for ateumer white, ciati wero further deprei.ed by full otrerlnira. Haifa 42MKJO buili., including No. 2 mixed al luic. fir Jaou, ary. 88Hi'. for lebruary, aud 87(ji3;no. for May: euj on the .pot, mixed at li,4(38o., and while at 37ua 42H.ii, a. 111 quality: alia So, 2 white at ,MU'H!Ua:,n eletator, and No. 2 mixed al 3t)o. In el-aior live dull at D2r4l7c. llalley in iume deman4 at iteadv prirei. . Buckwhent dnll. After 'Change u heat cloLed eay: No.2 red winter for January, WMlt.i February $1.00)4: March. $I.IU: April. tl.01t. 'May. l.o".i June. I1OU0 ; Jul, use. Corn ateady;Vo. 2 mixed "or January. Mr.t r'ebruary. &ok;o.: March. BO?.: AVril. toe: May, 4HMe. Oat; tca.i;-j No. a mixed ror Jan. uary.Sdc: lelvuary, .itfc.: May, OTKc: No. 2 white for JAuuary. SbcT; February. &5i wuu CoKira-rontracia advancid on Hrerager Koropean adilce and oma buying forKuropean account, rioiinir atanaylvance of Bs'-O polnti from yeiterday'. Bn.l pricel. Keceipta at Itlo'uuiil bagi; at Santoa 127(51 liagi Uxchauge in Hlo ateady at 12 5.I1UL hauVa tf$M ! t'""'"f "tV,i- '" o w- January ..12ROf.April ll.pne.jy ,,TOa lebruary.,12 40c. May ll.Klc. Augiut il 7 v "rcu 12.lOc.Juiie H.-BtlbeiTiimueKltioc Jg 'l"! market waa rlrm but quiet: Itlo nunttd at 13V. for No 7: ialea2.0.'lbag.'ealito. Nolo, t", a" rliejerDaltonard lloaae, al IB.-., and 2.O00 ban itin Sul'ei' al,gUl lS,c,c' a'"1 '' ilM r1-"' "f" bit bran. Ar.-The market for raw waa nilet and nn change 1. cloilng Heady at uifii Mile, for lalrrwlning 5iV,c"-T!,i,V ""' '",'"' a!' '"r-iandardiin:rllugai. fcile; .ill baga molaei augar. 8li tol, at '.'4(r. itV hnedaxalntalrd-iuuud al.daieidy. Quoted Cut loaf and eru.hed. B.&H-M rubei, 4 ;,.B(?4 irltfp.: u,. a ' iill''c"V."l ::-" -aM- t'onlectloneT.' "A." 8U's4c . off "A' :ill.li;a3 1 A-tile ; white ex. tra -C" 3ti.-H,c; yellowfc :y,t,H li-loc ' Jlolai.J. wa qulel amrLuchange" Hire waa Utatr. ""'" . .T f.Ti.H" t ri ta tin baa b'f n quiet but it.ady, cloilog at iv.KOc. legot ooppaj without cbasff , cioitof at lit far Lake, taaa U sttadyjat .!0e. for .1 f tirliqiaied at 4.70c, .Tha iwn mti h f nnlet.alllB.BOfor rjouthern No. a pig. and tlOBO for n"viYniiwi--p!rit.toiTanllnawtfalrlyaMvsaB4 higher, olo.lnr firm at alwaM ,e. for regularsn4 B5c. for roachlnm aalea 3B06bla. BealnnBotianfaaai yrrat?rVi-Natlonat Tranilt certlfleatajj rmj itfjjj bnt iteadyi opening at OZMr., nlilM M ez)," " eloaUif ato:jiO. bl(T aalei 10.000 bbli. I.lva Mtock Markat. Knr Tog. Thnraaay. Jan. 16. Recalpts f fTs were 8.6(13 hf ad. liicludlng 7Ueari for export. B4 earj for th market and 81 oara direct to langhtererJL TM market ruled rioil and all grade! loldai a decline of ltxjl&e, 10 1'ooreit Jo belt native ateerj sold at 84.104.70 P 100 Bin trnlU anil dry cows at a .or.a$3 30. Drened beet Head at 199He. V . for native aldti. Lateit cable from London nuclei Arnarl ?aniteera linn at lSaiSKe. M ft. "ea.w,,!fi.,'?a? American refrigerated bier lower at icant 10Jo.. Bhlpnieuti tc-taorrow. 1.271 btiv.i and 3.600 quarters CBeceipta of calrei were 88 head. .Tha market ralei dnlL but lalei were nt full former value. Veala aold at s2ii i 100 Ba.: graaien and Weitern oalvat at Becelpti of aheep and lamba were 7.P81 head. Bbeep were ateady and niichangedt Iambi lirrn and We. ft ft. higher. Bheepiold at 40 V OOfta.i Iambi at $oral7.2'. Vreiicd mutton ateady at 8910c, V.: dreiied lamba nrm at Pgllc. Itecelrta of hogi were 8.407 head, alt ronilgned di recL Koialnauy higher at 4.10$4.4S ICO Ba Ileal Estate Transfers. Tfllh at. n a, 2HO a 3d ar, SSxl02.2s Thereia btoindler, devliec. to Fredrick llamua and ..- ano ,,... ' -"" 'IcsOuv 18Mbit, a i. lB.a e Alexander av. 20x100: John cotter et al to Johanua Doherty........ 1 llttiivT e l. 2B.K a U2d at..76xloOi VhUlp D Maiim. by gnaid, t Frank L bmlth..... ...... lB,eso Weil End iv! a a. 26 8 a Hid it, 76x100: Mabel JMaion to Frank L Smith a;833 8th av, 2.18&: Hlixabeih .Johnaton and ano to Chrlitlan l.Oehlerand Mo.,..,.,.,,,j.. 1 Mthat, ia,271Ainater,lamav118xl8.lii Wai- . den 1' Ahderion to B E Diane. 84.000 2dav.l,88W; Chrlitoph A Bchuber and wlfa to 11 L Biro OOO lOUth it. n a. 17B w 8th av. 60x100.11: Erneit Hall, rer.toFrancliMJeiicki. .......... j...... 000 Id av, 1.88V: Theodore Koch and wlfo to Chrla- Wei? En4Hav.dsareir Bid atVssVB ,a Ktacey and ano to Frank I. tun ;;." .O0O 121itit, ii. 180 w 2d av. 2Bxl M.ll! Simon Uerman and wife to Flora Marki....... ....... 20,760 lit av. e ror 44th It. 8B0x210 to 43d at; hid- ney Word and wire to New Jeriey and Neir Turk Abattoir Co si; ; x0 Welleiley t. a a, 34 il e KlrkiMe av. 20xl03 John w. Newburv in Charlei W Hpooner...... 1 Madiion it, 127: Alned T Ackert. ref.to 8amuit Well... 16,000 72d at. n . 850 n Woit End av. B0X102.2: John 11 bmlth and ire tn John O I'mbiroald. ...... 1 Wlllb av. w a, 2.1 ii 183ih at, 25X100; John Cot ter et altn Henry MattenfaM.. ..-......... 4th av. i e mr I22il it. eK.OXlOO; It B Owlllltn. rcr. tolio Wnul ;iu-:: ; . lit av, n w cor 114th it. 600x100; HinryJ Fiiher to Jacob A Ztmmermanti.... X 70tn aL 1B7 Wait! Uuncuu O McKlnley and wife to Mary J Thlery TUbOO "Bill it, 234 liMil; Max Uoebel and wlfa to Meyerl.Wre xj"li' x Interior lot. Ml a B.MIl at, 80 a AV A, 2Gx7El itaudolph (luspenheliner et al to John u - l'raguu 7.O0O 4Mh it. a a. 172 w 2d av. 22x70.3: Conro4 ., Zelgirandanoto Leopold Mani 10.8BO DlMujnit..lK.W w Mnrkot at. 20xR8x20x 07.11: Daniel Levlnsky atal tollyman lloa- enberg and alio 'ZO.OIO Foreit av. a w cor liilit it. 23x100; Margaret l'retOertoOtto Schwenck 10,600 83d t. 10 Ueit; E CllCord Totter and wlfa ta Tltllughel 21.B00 7th mv, aw cor linth at, loailx22B James Wood etal toThoinaa O V.'llhauia 76,000 83d t. 10 Weit; Thomai It llughci to Carolina s Itugrri : Jl.BOO Lewii it, UB: Aaron Levy et al tp William llauiman f 93.260 Wet End av, aw cor 81it at, 11X1x102.2; Uenry Ii Wriclman to Anna E Lenycroft MM 8th av. 348: Chnrlea Lawli et al to Banjamtn UJohmton 22.100 Canal it. u a. 411.11 w Ttiompton IL 14x71.1 lx 22xttHB: bamualOIioacaond ano to Lizxla llorwiti 1P.000 7th av. w cor limb it. 160x100.11: James Wood and ano. ex'ru. to Thomai 8 Wllllami.. 1 10th av. LOBo; Theodore 11 Mulch and wlfo ta .. Karuirolt 31.000 76th it. 28 Weit: John CUmbcraeld and wlfa tojoliu HHmltli 1 Lexington av. 1, CIS; Carrla Meyer and ano to William Latng S.S00 2d av, 1.8HJ; MeierLSlre and wlfa to Henry leldmatm. 21.000 102d it. a a. 100 w Columbui ar. 24.11x100.11; licorge lngemunn nnd wife to Elchard w Van Ideralino and ano 1 Burnt at. a a. lot 8. mnp land William lirael; Jamei K Warren aud ano to I'hlllp Sannuet.; 40.000 89th it, ii. 231.3 Av A. 18IU10O.8; 1'hUlp L Kchappert to Ltalo M Schapnert 1 H nth it, a i, BBOe Anmtcrd.imav, &0xui).il Mary M (lilroy to Jacob D llutler 3.000 14Uih at.ii. 22Be Atniteidam av. BOxUDHl Jacob II Butler and wife tn Mary M Gllroy. ... 10 107th it, aa. 121iw4tbav. ItlxlOOLll: Meyer L Mire uul wife to Chrlitoph a Bchuber 1 Church t. e l. at Klngibrf.lg . 14th ward, adi land gruntnra; Albert K Fntnam and wlfo to I'm nek King 3.000 113th t. . 1UB e lit av. 23x100 lo; Jobn Ar- genzlnnoand wlfo to.Mcholai Maielll 12460 BnwkitiVbo it, e a, 2BO n Walnut at. BOxlOO; Cbnilei II Francia and wlfa to Francla (I'Koiirke , 2.000 88th it, 09 Kait; Jnaepb Schrelmer and wife to John Credo and wife 21,000 00th it. 3H.J En-t: Michuel Frlei and wlfa to Anna M Drerr 1 87th it, n a. ll-u w ai enue U. 26x100.8; John Mcljuahlln and wire to Mary BerUche 4400 87th it. 47 Eait; JoiephL Drcer and wlfa to Michael Frlel 1 87th tt. n v. 240 w av ll. 25100 8; John Mc Laughlin and wile to Franz Lenz and wife.. . 22.000 83d ii. a a, 22B o2d av. 25x102.2; John CBlanka andwlfetoAilnlphPohl 23,500 lit it. a a 221bth av, 17x100.6: Charlei Mayne and wife to Paulino Neuitaeder 1 Uadlion av. n w ccrSOtb it, 4V.6XU&; MayN Ajrniw to MRttliiai U Arnot 100.000 Broadway. 471; Cornellua llouaevelt et at to Jobnril.yle 163.000 lit av. 352; Kaphael Danzlger and wife to Thos 8unmanand wlfo 11.000 7th ar, w a. no..', a 43d at. 20-000; Wm F Mott. xorand truitce. tojane BMott. 80,000 74th it, n a, 120 w nth av. 2oxl02.2: Carolina Maynoto Itobert II M Dawbaru 81,000 lat av, 1,803; fumuel Vollmau to Chai Flank.. 20.600 113th it. i.2io e Boulevard. 76xloo.11: Lo- ton llartoa and wife to Edmund M Smith ana ano 18,100 11th at, 814 and 310 Bail; Louie MJonei and wife toAgoitlno CaMnato 24,000 107th it, 71 and 73 Eait: Meyer I Beriand, wile to Chrlitoph A bchuber 1 axcoapxD Moarcaasff. Bntler, Jacob D, to II M Ollroy. is 140th it, a lothav, 1 r LSSS Beriicee, Mary, to J McLaughlin, u 87th it, w AvB. 4li 2,000 Cooke, Thomai P. to Bradley A Currier Co, 78th at, w Av A, 1 yr 6.700 Clauveau. Jean P. to C Banhorer, a alltb av. until it. :iyr 6.000 Cavtnatn. Agoitino, to L M Jouei, 314 and 318 Eait 11th it. S jri 0,600 Cotter, John and Nicholai, to K lliriti, w a Wil- liiar. n lSBtbat. lyr 15.000 Daw barn. Uob-rt 11 H. to D Mackay. & a 74th it, wotnuv. 1 yr 18,000 Dauphlnala, Victoria P. to Zoller Lumber Co, e a Bedford it. Chrlitopber it. (I moi 8.000 Deane, llojal E.toC Lanlec asD4tu.lt. 10th av. 4yri 12,000 FlaDk. Chili, to S Tollman, 1.U03 lit av (2), initalli 18,000 Fay. MictiaeL tolls Life Ini Co. 216 E 10th it tfmoi 38,000 Peetiey. Peter, to M TCoigrova. a a l&th at. a tub av. 2yra 7.000 Cellea. Iiaac, to F J Mlddlebrook. 1(1 Marketst. (2). 1 yr : 27,000 IlanraliAii, Mary, to Greenwich Kavlugi Bank. i h 105th it. eLextnglon uv, lyr 6.400 ll&rlow, Carrie V. to A M ltogora, e a Park View terrace, i Kirkiide av. 2 yri 8,000 Ilauauiau. Win. to A Levy. I'B LewJi it, Initalla 6I2B0 Lagomariine. Tereaa, toT W Kramer, 84 Mott it. lir 600 Lenz. Franz, to J, McLaughlin, n a 87th at, w Ar II. l yr , 2.000 Lain. William, to Manhattan Life IniCo, ea Lexington av, n 104th it, 1 yr 4.600 Miller, Burnett E. to F J Mlddlebrook. n a 112th it.eBlhav. lyr 6.000 Maaa. Leopold, lo C Zelger, a a 45th at, w 2d av, Byri 6,000 Miller, Elizabeth 8, to C P soutbmayd, a a 74th it.e 11th ar. 3 yri 8000 Oouler, Chrtatian L, to E Jolinaton, 2,185 8th itv.ayri 8.600 PuhL AdolpU. to J O BlanLe. a 83d at, e 24 a,6 yri 14.600 Kooner, Ann, extx, to M A llumea, as 35th it, -wVthav, 1 r , 6,000 Roienborg. Uvman. to D Lcomiky. a a XllvUloa el, w Market it. luitalu 8.100 Bauney, Mariie C. to J u Broughton, n s30th t. e till av. 1 yr 1.600 Kanuli. rledricb. to T Steindler. n 70th 'at, a 3dav.4 yra 3000 Eheehan.'Ann. to M V McUoldnck, lot 67. tuau Uooditock. llrri ; 1000 Bchuber. CLrtitoph A. to M L sire, u a 107th it. ' wl'arkav,2yra 1825 Sturtz. Lizzie, to .Solomon Bachracb, 170 Clin ton ir,4vra. 800O Bchtultt. rinrian, to P Uoelgcr, Wlllli av. n ' 1411th it, 4 yri ,,, loooo Echwenck. Otto, to M 1'fetffer. a w cor Forest ,w" avan.l IHHt at. Byrn 8000 Binitli, FrankU to AlexanderTMaaon.aallth .ar. ICitat, 1 yr(4) 28790 Bainmet. Philip, to P J Mlddlebrook, 41 Bono """"' at. 2r (2) "3 000 6mlth. Hugh, to (1 Hoppa. n a 140th at, w Brook . nr. .1 ri 1000 1 in lilenilne. Illchard W. to O Lengemann. i s . 102dit, wuihar. 4 yr 7 " SOOO Wahl. blue, tn Emigrant Indualrlal Bavlngt ?,?.uk' " S-1 ' 7th av. 2yri lCOOO " ""f m."'. Thomai 8. to J Wood, w cor 7th av "'"" and lliltli it. uyn ........ 66 000 Te.iidlc.Adtlnldo A. to Mount MorrlaBldgaiid Load Aiioc, w Uavldjon av, a bt Jamea at. . 600 nzcoRuen lzailx. Egan, Pat'k. to Owen McDonnell. Bihar. 464. ml S04 Wtit 3'ith at. ',i yri ......' $;,600 Mertctii, Leonhard, tol'haileikramer, 811 OIU av.Byri , .. AAft Boii-ntlaL Max. to Loaer and Charlii II Saul- man. Ul Canal it. BU yri 2.400 "ff.'; wdlS Jauiea JlfEBleirart and ano. 734 lltliar.7ijr i.aBO Howard. ItayE, lo Mary Fnck. 148 Eait32cl ". 0y - 1.200 Eihoeuenberger, Barbara, and ano to George Itothenbucner, 402 loth av. 3 yn 1.800 Bnhde. Frederick, lo William Von bcheele. 414 (.reenvilcii it.&ifsri 1.140 1 anderpoe'. F 8. to Couu Abi aham. 22 aud 22M Catherine it. 21 yri 7 1.540 Mlchjeli, Conrad, lo William O'ConuelL Weit Lnduv, a wirelhit.& ri 1.70O bmlth. Wm F, to John Lynch. 413 Weit 20th it, llayri... , ... gjj """J''"; ll.cnry. to Henry c bcbotUuklrk. 840 Wnt4Dthi',5 yn .: , eW Mnrriii.n. Ilanrr. and ano to Jamei McCauloy amlauo. 2U2 tludion it. r, vn i.too fl lt Jonaa, aud alio to F L Wem, 340 f-tantoa il.Byri ,, ,,,. 1 ioo Warner, Wm A. aal ano lo Martin Beler.60 btanton it. a yri l.tco rr 'gtOlWAl!!, NDTICE.-Eitltnatet for building a new iteim launch will be reclied by Hie Uepartment of IMcki at JV." ? "? l!',!".y P,alri K"nl Klvr. ' Vork city, until 1 o'clock P. M. of Tburiday, Jan. 21. loui Jfr.full iiarnrulara ice the City Kicord. CopleiforaaiJ at l.lty IlalL c5UStte P.T,E.?TBforinventnraprocure'l promptlr: low rata. KOEUER A BI(lF.bfc.s:2.VliiauitX'E4llS; T,iS!?VAfkU!:''T,.:T,0 I'AKul aollclior and a'a pcrt; th. but work at a fair price. 23 Murray st. aatisa-rbjrartalan i nn i nr r - -i -i miiri ''ij-jaj CHOICE INVESTMENTa 20TEAE6 GOLD BONDS, Water and Electric Light aTTTERE8T CIVAXATVTXCIa, Wm mmrm aM la tha put yean 4VT eTtrees at Iraaaa, atrcrefratlais arer BltJtMOjM, sad tkera Buaa aot been cue ctaaa or actanla, Moffett, Hodgkins & Clarke Co,, at . riae si., raw yobjc. , lulol Trasl I CiT Bankers and Stook Brokers, 18 Wall Street, New York, araaeaet a regular oeaklng boataeaa. tadailhtt ta rre- Hall unit"' otamlialaa of aaearlUa daauta al la Maw leak 8tMk Biohanra. ' WATLAND TEASa. naODOBB BAXDW1H. ALrKBB . '. ' banki.no house of ' Henry Clews & Co. 11, 13. and IB BBOAB ST opp. H. T. Slock Exehami Depoilti reeelve4 mWect to ehaekoa dimand. la. tertit allowed ou dally balancea. Order executed on the New Vork Block Exehanrttoe Btoeka and Bonda. tor luveilment or on margin EIGHT PER CENT. BONDS, We offer for aale the few remaining HIINIIMof a long eitobllibed INlltlHTKI Al, COMl'AXr. located ln Hi K.1V YOUK CIT V. at par and accrued Intereit Bonda tBOO each, runmmc 10 jean frrnn Jan. 1. IBM. c:ouponi JANL'AP.Y and JtJLY The.i ' bond! are nnqueitionably tint claa. and after tha eloaeat Inveatlgatlon we recommend them. For further particular apply to BO amd C Baehaace pilnee, it. T. City. JTEK CXNT. CAB.TBVHT HON DM Of THE RAILROAD EQUIPMENT CO., maturing quarterly from 1883 to 1P0O. 4FEB CENT. WATEIt WOKK8 BOJTDm FOR SALE BY jTOST, MARTIN 4k CO, 45 WALL BT. ffiUrtitmn ag n38Urttegg THE MF.RCaTIIE NATIONAI. BAJlk. OK THE C1TV OP NEW VOBK. At the annnal meeting cf the eharebolderi of thla Bank, bald January 12. 1KH2. the following named gen tlatui'n were duly eleclaU liireolora for the eaiutt ftlABLES T. BARSltT. JAMEH S. KlOnOLS. WILLIAM C. BltOWHINO. GEOItOE II. PAIIOF.NT. CHABLF.S L. OOLI1T. CIIAKLKS M. VAIL, GEORGE W. CROHSMAK. 18AAO WALLACIL IIKNRY T. KNKKLAND. JAMES M. WKNrZ KMANUEIj LEHMAN. RICHARD U. WILLIAMS. SBTil M. MILLIKE.V, KltEOEKlOK B.KCUENCI, WILLIAM P. 8T. JOHN. At a meeting of the Board held January IB. Mr, WILLIAM 1. UT. JOHN waa unanlmou.lv re-elecial rretldent. F. B. BC11ENCK. Caihur. Tlir. FOUllTH NATIOHAX, BANK OF TUB CITY Of HEW TOWC MEW YORK. Jan. 14. 1R92. At tha annnal xnettlBf of tho tockholdera of thli tank, held Jan. 12.18M2.the following named gentle men wero unanlmouily elected dlrectora: J. EDWARD SIMMONS. JOHN II. INMAlf. FltKHKltlCK MEAD. ROBItRT W. BTDAltT. COIINKl.lUH N III.ISS, RICHARD T. WILKON, CILAI1LES H.KMITH. MARC1UB A. BET1MAN, JAMES O. CANNON. At a meeting nr the Board of Dlrectora. held thli day. Mr. J. KDV7AKD SIMMONS waa nnanlraonaly ielect4 Prelldent and Mr. COKNELICS N. HLIrlri and Mr. JAMEI O. CANNON were unanimously re-elected Vlce-I'reiw 4eata. CHARLES 11. PATTERSON. Caahler. The KiNTn national bakit. NEW YORK. Jan. 12. 18112. At the annnal election held thli day tho following. named gentlemen wera elected dlrectora of thla baua for the enaulng year: JOHN K. OILLl'v. WILLIAM E. TEPTT. C. HENltV UAItllEX. AUIIU8TCS F. LIBBT. HIRAM U. NA7.KO. JOHN IL COON. ALHI'.ItT C 1IAI.I,, LUCICS N. UTTAUP.l. UAUKEI.L A. SLARLK. At a inbieijuent meeting ot the Board Mr.JoenK. Cilley waa unanlmouily re-elected Prealdent and Mr. C Henry Garden wai nnanlmouily re-elected V ice-Prn. dent. 11. ILNA1CRO. Caahlir THE MINAS PRIETAS MININO CO. IS Wall it., room 45. NEW YORK. Jan. 11. 18M. The annnal meeting of atotkboldera for the election ortroitefaand the tranaaotton of other baameai will be held at the Company"! omca. 18 Wall at., New York city, on Thnraday. tha Slit iniL. at 12 o'clock nonn; tramrer books will be eloaed on the IHth and remain doled until the 22d I nit. WM. N. OLMSTED. Sec'y THE ANNUAL MKETINO of tha atocKboldcn of the JOHN bIMMONS COMPANY for the election ot troitees for thn emulng year will be held at the offlra of tbn company. 110 centro at. Mew York, on Tnaiday, Feb. 18. 1UU2. at 11 U A. M. J. B. SIMONS. Sec'y. NEW YORK. Jan. 18. 1B01. THE ANNUAL MEETING or th loekholden of th Southweitern Coal and Iron Co. will be held at Its otltcea.33 WaU it. New York, on Jan. 20. 1UU2, at li o'clock M. Tranifer hooka wilt eloaa at 3 o'clock Jan. Ill and reopen on th morning of Jan 22. IL P. I'LliKlf-a. Secretary. AMERICA1V TELIGRAPn COMPANY . OP NEW JKKSKT. The annual meeting of the itockholden of thli com pany will be heldtn the Weitern Union bnlldinr. corner of Broadway and Dey at. New Vork. In room 80. on Wedneedav. the 27th. day of January, 1MU2, at 2 o'clock r. M. K. li. KOOUEbTKH. Secretary. New York. Jan 15. 1U2. ' UNION TBU8T COMPANY OP KEW YORK. No. bO BROADWAY. NEW YdRE. Jan. 8, 1891. Th annual meeting of atookholdera for the election ofTruiteeior the Lnlon Trnit Company of New York. ef the rlaii of IHUo, will take place at the office of th Company. No. SO Broadway, New York, on Tneaday, Jan. IU. 1 8112. at 12 o'clock M. Poll! open at 12 and clue at 1 o'clock P. M. The tranifer uooka will cloie Jan IS and reopen Jan. 20i 1SV2. AUGBSTUS W. EELLEY. Moratory. OPPICE OF THE CANADA SOTJTUE1XN BAILWaT CO. GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT. . - NEW YORK. Dec. 28. 1801. Th Board nf Director! ot thli company have thla day declared a SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIUKN1) of ONE and ONE- 8UARTER PKll CENT, and an EXTRA DIVIDEND ot NE-HALP PER CENT.'onlta capital atock. payable al thli omreon the 1KT1IAY OK KUUKUAKV next. THE TRA.WHR BOOKS will be doled at 8 o'clock P. M. on Thursday, the Slit day or December, und will be reopened on tbo luoruing of TUESDAY, tho 24 day of February. i ALLYN COX TreaiuTir. cheat xoarams eailway couu PANT. 44 AND . WALL 8TBEET, . , . . Jan. 13. 18J. Trt Director cf thli company have declared tha ?,.H,1..1!tfri?r!t"1"r"1h(1 ' ONE AND 0NP.-VI1ART1-.11 (lJO PER CENT, on the Preferred Capital Stock, pa) a. bleat tblinttlce on und atterPeb. 1 to atockholneriof record on that date. Thetr-invler booki will be cloud at 8 o'clock P. M.Jan 20. and will bo reopened at 10 o'clock A. M. on Feb. 3. E. T. NICHOLS, Sccretarr. cSavinng ganhg. eKEEMvicii savInos bank. INCORPORATED 1B33. 73 SIXTH AV.. NEW YORK. Deo. 10. 1L Tn Beard of Truitcei Ima declared Intereit 011 .1 pouti eutttled thereto under the by-Uwi fur the ilx (41 month! and three (3) months ending Dec. HI. IS'.it. at the rate of THREE AND UNE-IIALP (SU PER CENT, pur milium on all sums or dvvdollari ($6) nnd not ei ceedlng three thouiund dolUri (13,000), payuble ou au 1 afterJan.lS. 1SU2. Moneilepoalielonor before Jan. 10 carry intereit rmin Jan. 1. 1 TI1I1 bank will remove in builneia to tunwbaii building now being ercrted at the lonlheait comer dta av. auu loth it., mi or about Feb. tr. IHU2. B JOHN HARSEN RHOADES. PreaidenL LEONARD liS , """ I PKAMtts 11, I.EUGE1T. Sjccretarlea etonus. A 'u'ASPi'i ,SB b5Sr.'!oM 'urnlturo wit bout remo !. H CoyattttfrjiUi" Xoticcig. I "K " Of, WAJ'KR "" """,v."4r "by "mi i..tiS5fSrfeIif'MA H"r ntiring. Tho atlafri cf 5hS Km'" b UiiWaivU ly Mr. IhL who will continue the buitncaa uiiilcr th aams firm name nn ht cwn account. UEIIRUK B WEAVER. NEW YORK. Jan. 14, 1,01, """" cfut'iufjs.'S Chmtcrjj. I I1ROADWAY, NPJLU. USD ST., OPPOSITE UOTAUi IXIPHHIAU I BASEMENT TO I.EASt. I Iaqnlr oaj'remlaea, ltca Itroariway. H A?I,Vi1ISiiJ.?e.,..MII,,M,';,-B'' re.teurati'.T Z,. ',e'C0llf'',1,"ri. cigar atorei. grncene.. 11 . iteta. liquor alcrei. gent emju'a rurniiliiug itor. WM Cmu-cb'i?."- MlICI"iU-'S lluaincil lUcLalisi, P.?T.JLb".yANT,:n-w,n ci'i ofwooVto ." I MiSir1"''?,'.''.'.'?'.1,.''''1 '' """ l cut"' """ "cxlco' PLC IIAI11.MI A SON HU World bui.llli.' T'lifSyy atocarlnTeiwr McTntaxiiav ilfier mine. 3:c 11. r H 2b7Ilr"d'wiy Particular lunuUe LVM.vN O. DAM. efflt rair. DV,a.S'.TrWA"ED-fl""n4u7el",'Tarira I 322 "ait ifefa il? "W-MUna. 4pHy t.HMo... ., P VJHlll:P mPu nd toa7itlng home for kale. I "- or,..hnciVl"i('''."l'J!'1'"'"''J'''i rreelpti. 30ii cca. M lorcaib. Apply to Mm P.. 274 Weit liithit. Ja'S.H'Ji' ?.Ah0N 4n town, between ferry and el WM ""i , WM '