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I! f THE FERRY LEASE SIGNED, t 1VT THE Ot.lt COMPAXV nr.FVSES I ' TO VIVE Vl TttK Mt.Il'. I It Haa raid Rent t7-.H1.Nor. 1, and I TVI1I Hold ob Valll Thn-Mr. Carroll I ' Will Offfcr (he Coiur To-day II 171,000 R fbr th Whitehall Mtreet Bnlldlngs. f Tliero was rather a lively session ot financiers, j lawyers, and cltjr officers in Comptroller Fltrli's ' office yesterday afternoon prior to the execution " i of tho lease of the BUlen Island Kerry to tlio .New York Harbor and Staten Island Kerry Company, whose active representative l How- ard Carroll. About 1 S30 o'clock A. B. Hoard- man of Tracy, Boardman & Vin.lt, counsel for 1 the Staten Iiland Ilaptd Transit Company, t called on the Comptroller and notified him thnt lia clients would not bo on hand to receive tin) $170,000 which the new company was to pay f J them for the IrJmlMlngs at, the Hattery, and ex- i' I hlblted receipt from' the city for tne quarterly E rent for the slip, paid In advance on Auk. 1 until j j Nov. 1. Mr. Doardman said his client would , . fj not vacate the premises until Nov. 1, and at j tempts to dispossess them would be at the city's peril. This waa an unexpected development, (shortly tier 3 o'clock, Howard Carroll, John D. Crlm mine, Oen. Samuel Thomas, and their counsel, Joseph H. Auerbach of llavlcs. Stone & Auer bach, and Do Lancer Klcoll, came to sign tin. lease, bringing with them, In charge ot two men, from the Chase National Hank, $175,000 In currency, as well as a check for tho samo amount. When the Comptroller told them of Mr. Hoardraan'a message tho cash was sent back to the bank, and Mr. Carroll .Asked tho Cotnp Wi trcller whero his company came in. Assistant i Corporation Counsel Hlamly told him lie would' ; I 13 put in possession, and Mr. Carroll, saying thai thnt was all he wanted, went out and or dered his men to keep steam up In the ferry 1 I boats. Upon Mr. Carroll's return Mr.-NIooll said thnt ' lie waa Informed that the present holders of tho slip were in arrears to the city about S 1:15,000 for percentages of pmtlts. Ills clients had gone . j to the expense of equipping several boats and would llko to know whero they stood. In reply the Comptroller called upon Mr.Cnr- rollto sign thelense. and gave assurauru that " j thochy waa ready to fulfil tho terms of It. Tho tender of tho money did not concern tho city, ho said, lint tho oilier company. Mr. Nicoll Tho money was to be paid on the surrender of tho property. i Comptroller Filch, with some vigor, and ex tending his hands palms upward over the tublr -"Again I call on Air. Carroll to sign tho lease." Them seemed to be no opportunity for further b discussion, so Mr. Carroll si unci! It. It hnd l H already been signed by the Mayor, and tlio only u I thing further necessary to complete thndocti' II ineni was the signing of Mr. Carroll's hondsnien. . II These were Oen. Samuel Thomas and John I). i- iB Crlmmtns, whociualllled In iNN.OOO each. Tho n Comptroller approved tho bonds and Mr. Nicoll U formally asked whether tho city was ready to u put his client In possession. Tho Comptroller, n after consultation with Mr. Hlamly, replied that the rlty whs ready to perform Its duty, but sug gested thnt it was Incumbent upon Mr. NIcolPs clients to tender the money n- tho next step. We will tender It," snld Mr. Niroll. Mr. Nli oil said afterward to tho reporters that tin Would endeavor to tender the money to-day. Mr. Carroll snld that if the money was accepted ." ' to-day his company would begin to opernte the ferry at mldnlgut. J'llOCEDVRV J.Y EXCISE VASES. . i .a, t'otaaaltteeol Police ynatleea In I'oaslder . the Matter Deetnlon by ,'iiattre Welde. Tho lloanl of Pollen Justices held a special meeting behind closed doors nt the new Crlm- ' inal Court building yesterday afternoon. The subject for discussion was the method of pro ccdu'ro in excise cases. Justice Iiogau, while Fitting at Jefferson Market Court recently, re fused to hear any excise cases In which the ar- I ,- l esta hnd been mado after closing hours, con tending that such arresta should be mad o upon warrants. Justice Voorhls. sitting in tho same 91 court Immediately after, decided to hear sucli H cases. At tho meeting jesterday Justices Martin, H Ilogan, Hyan, Grady, McMahon, Slmms, Koch, Welde, Meade, and Voorhls were present. Jus- tlrp.Ryan, who Is President of tho Hoard, sides B. , with Justice Ilogan, but most of tho other Jus- f tlces have not yet committed themselves. I ' "In ray estimation," said-Justice Ilyan before the mexltlng. "an excise arfest Is parallel with M ono in u-dlsordrrly house case. There the police- t man lias to got the evidence and then obtain a m warrant before making any arrests." m Tho meeting lasted from half past 4 until 0. when the meeting adjourned the Justices HI would mako no statement, except that no final ilisclsion hod been reached. a "We discussed misdemeanors In general and m i'xrlso violations in particular." said Justice W McMahon. "and we appointed a committee of l tlvo to arrive ot some rommon plun of proce- W ilure. They will report at another meeting to bo H held at '-' o clock on Saturday. The committee El consists of Justice Ilogan, Grady, Voorhls, f( Jtleado. and Slmms." t'l Policemen Patrick Held and James Ilulger ot si theMorrlsanla station were detailed todo ex- j I'lse duty In citizens' clothes on (Sunday. They it followed a man Into Frank I.lsman's saloon at m 1 45 Alexaudcr avenue. After they had entered M I.lsman recogiiiel the policemen and ordered w them out. Held and Ilulger did not olieylijm, It and Liftman solred the former bv the collar ami H tried to eject him. In the scutlle Iteld'a collar H and necktla were torn off and his cont mu m ripped. Tho fray resulted in the arrest of I.ls- .B man for ansault. K In the Morrisanla Police Court yesterday Lis. K rnon accused Held of trying to fnrcn hts way m into his prlvatn apartmentx after he liad been ordered out. " Tills Ixith men denied. There had mi lien mi violation of the Kxclse law, and in ills i charging the prisoner 1'ollce Justice Wcldo K taUU m " When you lioliceracn find a place locked up W you should go on ulmut your business. When jH you fon-e your v.-ay Into a man's phu-o It becomes K n violation of the law on your part." 3 Policeman John P. Morrison of the Carmnns- It vlllo squad, who arrested Clcmmeu Ilavlngton, W tho colored porter of tho .Monument Hotel at H I'.Md street and Kighth avenue, while trying to K make an excise arrest on Sunday, was held in j the llurlem Pollen Court on llaviugton's chargu H of assault. Morrison had no witnesses and Ids K - prisoner was discharged. Nathaniel Tckulsky.a brother of Morris Te. K Isiitsky, President of tho Mquor Dealers' Asso- K ' ilatlon. who waa arrested on Kunilay on a By chargoof violating tho Kxctsolaw, was dlschaged ft In tho Essex Market Police Court by Jullce ra Jtyan. K OLtllVM SOLID LIABILITIES. CJ Kotklas; Nomlaal About Them as There la K f with All th Aaaata Exerpt MI.T4. ' Oliver Huuiner Teall, who Is seeking to He- flj, r publlcanUe the Second Assembly district, pre- JK i aenteil a statement of his assctsand llabllltlcstu n f t he Court of Common Pleas yesterday, in which S3 ; ho declares that Ida liabilities amount to $110,- E ; li:i(3.7H, uhilehIanoinlnalaasetaare$'JIU,150,l!;, K f and his actualaaseta $0.74, coniutlngof moneys u ". In the Central National Hank, Tho assets are ffi ' tlio shares of "busted" companies. There Is g i nothing nominal alxiut the liabilities. Included Q t In tho lltt of hU credltura uro the following: K i J. H-IlraUley. Jr., picture frame. aa.Si Henry Oleae- H I niariuiiOrvheaira.uiulealiHTvta,lH..ii iiaillwn H t'J?K?.ir;.lS? CoK'li,ulr' wntol ChrUlmaa Hoelelr, U L ajj 1.04: William K. Ii.rlinkea. loaneil to this aurlely! m F KV '.,"."1r.,. '"wart, l.iaiml to this wicielr, R 41,000; Itntwrl II. Neville, Hun. U9M3; Craau' g h i.iun tlrcry stable. White liaiu, llery. 10: r Jflu Itaable Auurauce boelety. orHce rent, fr fc. al.iJI.lH; J. H Ijinder, lUUltc. UIIJO J ouulyl'luli. houu. eharaea. I K.JO; lawyer.' club. lirnuei tbargea. tvs.si; Union league Club, houte I 1 ruargea.aV4.u0i ttouruel IMIurna, reuauraat. la.eui; 1 T. iWannlnt . rou.lcal ierrk-r. I3: etateot Janiei l A LogiU. rue.llelne, glav.1; O.wal.l J.rkuMl liro., I 2'fS',.?i-.""r nr i-'abl'imipauv. Ilery.gii75i ! JV,,,L, '? bjera. 14.74; lluuak 4 Co runs , J0; 'Arthur K Intel, money ailiaintU.IIUl.UJti.av. :) The Caas or Levi I, Hurtoa'a t'uarhmaa, EWAiniMirojr, Oct. IS, -The Immigration Hu. rtau here, lit the cao ot James John Ilowanl, ' Mr, Levi P. Morton' under coachman, who, it I U charged, wa brought to this country from 1 London In iolationot the contract labor laws, ta wolfing tho action of the New York court ( on the application for a writ of habeas corpus. ., If the writ should bo denied, the man will be re- .' s to roil to. the custody of tho immigration Officials, and. under Uie ruling of Secretary Carlisle, that , he comes within the itrma of the Contract La- , f. lr law. ha will bo deported. If. on the other .- l:and. It writ of habeas corpus should bo gran t- , lr ed. Howard will remain in this country, and the autiseiiuciit oroccedinss will probably have con ;' siderotic Interest. i A 14,000 Express Robbery la Oregoa. 5 Tub IUU.U, Or., Oct. IS. The Pacific ex. ; preas office in this city was robbed yesterday at an early hour of $14,000. The money taken ' was tent.froru Portland and arrived on Kutur. i day night. It is thought that the robbers came cm the train with the money, and knew where it waa consigned tilth ita contents. The com- ,. . jvauy's driver hleepa in the expresa office, but on I . tho night of the robbery he waa attending u I latlt und did Dot return until 1 o'clock. The lubbery aaa commitled while the driver waa alaent. whlcU luada the ortlciaUi to believe that U was done bv local thieves. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and Improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. Tlio many, who llro bet ter than others and enjoy ilfo more, with less expenditure, by mora promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest tho valtio to health of the pure liquid laxativo principles embraced in tho remedy, Byrup of Figs. Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative: effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling colds, headaches and (overs and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, liecause it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly frco from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in H)c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Byrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, nlso the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept pi"' mii'"I' ' " lorod. IVES'S LAST SYXIilCATE. Hoiuetlmee the Little Flaancler Nlgae II I m. selr rhllllp'a, Mometlmea Itarae, There were three motion before Justice Lnw renco of the Supreme Court yesterday In tho litigation over tho securities of the alleged syn dicate of nh Ich tho Into Henry S.Ives was the controlling spirit. One of tho suits involving these securities Is brought by Mills W. Uarse. as receiver of the syndicate, to recover sec -titles and other prop erty alleged to have been appropriated by Charles II. Graham, Charles V. Phillips, and William C. Hoono while acting as the agents for Ives. They say they were members of tho syn dicate, which consisted of seven persons, as fol lows: lvc. Ilarre, Phillip". Oraham, Hoone, Henry H. Morehenil, and (ieorge W.Saul. The last two. It la said, ere interested in only part of the ventures. Phillips has nn action pending In Ilrooklyn against the other tucmbert of tho syndicate for an accounting. The principal motion yesterday aikcd that the Sheriff be compelled to turn over to Harse securities which Ilnrse hail the Sheriff selr.u lu hl action, but which were rebondiit lu replevin by Phil lips, (iraham, and Hoone. John llnuvier, as counsel for Harse. said that Ives was in the habit of dealing in securities t hniiiKh clerks und intents who were mere figure heads, such as Hoone, (irabam, and Phillips. Kdward M. tlrout, counsel for Phillips, said that his client, an old man, had become a mem ber of the syndicate in March. 1WS. Itsoftlce was at 40 Wall street, where the syndicate worked under the name of Phillips. Clrnhnm and Hoone had nrevloiitdy been in the syndicate and Harse came in afterward. Mr. Qrtmtsnld that on April U4 last lives died on April 17) Harse went to the Ives office. He knew thnt a box had been rented by Phillips in the New' ork Safe Deposit Company, whero securities now worth $1,250,000 were deposited. Harse said he wanted to exnmlne the securities and check them off, but he took them away. Mr. (front snld that Roonoand (Iraham were parties to this act of Ilnrse. Slnco the death of Ives, according to (I rout, tho following persons have drawn theso sums from the syndicate: Graham. $i:i,.TJ3; Phillips, $il0.4:i:i: Hoone. $:2.!0:i. Harsosays that he Is the owner of the securi ties he took subject to any equity which the other claimants may have In them. In a joint affidavit of Phillips, Hoone. and Graham sub mitted to the court, is this statement: " Henry S. Ives was addressed occasionally as Phillips and occasionally signed himself Phil lips, and the name of Harse was always used In the samo way when the demands or said co partnership required, but the main use of the name of PliJUIps was to get advantage ot a tele graph frank owned by Phillips." The affidavit accompanying the will of Henry S. Ives, who left his estate to Ids wife, Gertrude, and his sister. Annie Ives Striker, fixed the value of his estate at $10,000. Justice Lawrence, reserved decision on the motions. irO.V'T 11 V. A It A ttAXnoXMEXT CASES. No Allaaoay la the Superior Court for VlTe Who Are Heeklaa; (Separation. Judge Gildersleeveuf the Superior Court an nounced yesterday that he and Judge McAdam will no longer grant counsel fee and alimony In actions brought before them by women forsepa ration. Tho rule will not apply to actions for nn absolute divorce or separation actions In which a counterclaim of dltorce Is prayed for. When tho husband sues the wife foru separa tion the rule will not npply. The Judges of that court havo repeatedly of lale refused counsel fee and alimony In separation suits brought by women. Judgo Gilderslecve said that women who merely want a maintenance in abandon, merit cases should go to the police courts. The case in which the announcement was mode was an action brought by Josephine C. Dcvero against Samuel Dcvere, the burnt cork comedian, and author of "The WhlstllugCoon," for a separation on the ground of abandonment. She says she married him In 1862. that for thirty years he has not contributed to her sup port, and that lie lias married twice in that time. Dvvrre denies that he married her at all. In explaining the situation to Mr. Iv. Judge nildrnileeveaiiid that about two weeks ago lie and Judge McAdam had -decided to make such a rulo for their own guidance. He said hesup lKwcd the other Judges of that court would fol. low the same nurie. Subsequently Judge Mc Adam came nut with a long written statement lu support of their position. In which ho said; Many of thete trouble, ciul.l be aeltleil br ralherlr advice anil the parties brought again lulu friendly relations. Hut where one !deeinploya a laweraul nec-eialtalea the other to do the same the tugot war waxea h anner than erer. and the bringing together la rendered more dfmcult. If not Inirxiulble. The attor ney for the wife at once demanda alimony and counsel fes, and monera which ahould so to the legitimate support of the family iro to the lawyer, who must nrt !t paid, and so the flaht continues until the poor hua liand. after pay Ing h own lawyer and hli wlfe'a law. yer, U left a fluauclal wreck. If a compronilaa la pro IMiaed the lawyers refuse to content unleaa their feea are nrat paid, and thus the civil rouru are led Into being an euglue of destruction Instead of a power for good. John llaiiot. superintendent of Huylcr's candy factory, had an undefended action on trial lie fore Justice Ingraham of the Supremo Court yesterday for nu absolute divorce from his wlfo Mary, whom ho married In 1ST".'. It appeared that aho waa Intlinato last May with fcdw aril Golder. with whom, it l alleged, she is now conducting a halrdresxlng business at U Mac dougal street. Decision was rescrt ed. rlaaall.poa on the Kronprlaa Frederick Wll. helui. One of the 4fil) steerage passengers on the North Merman Lloyd steamship Kronprlnz Frederick Wllhelm, which arrived at Quaran tine on Sunday, became sick with small-pox on the voyage. As he had mingled with tho other immigrants. It waa deemed advisable to vaccinate and detain at Hoffman Island every, body lu the steerage. The ship's eight cabin paaseugere were brought Mthocltylaat night on the tug Daylight, The steamship will be allowed to come up to her dock to-day, after she U disinfected. ; No other newspaper than THE SUN. satisfies SUN readers, henoe the majority ot SUN readers can only be reached by advertising in THE SU N. I tmmammmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamwmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmammmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm THE N&E.DS OF MAW nro Various o are those of women! but not so various that In Itl'llllKH GOODS, at least, they can't bo supplied at our Mores, HODGMAN RUBBER COMPANY, nROABWATi 11 TVF.HT MB HT eor. Urnn HI reef. 1 adj. 8th At. Hotel. AitnxsT oe a a n r Etc MrncttAxr. C B. Klehard . Co. Pal. Meholaa L'oaa. onrts'a Travelling F.apeaaea. Nicholas Coundourls, n Greek, who was until recently an Importer of Turkish tobacco Id this rltyywas arrested on the steamship Paris, upon her arrival at this port on Saturday, by Deputy Sheriff Gcarlty. Tho order upon which tho arrest was made waa Issued by Judge Lawrcnco In the suit of C. li. Diehard A Co., bankers, of 01 nroadway, who reek to recover $8.S00, which, they say, Coundourls obtained from them by false pretences. Coundourls. they say, told them ho was worth $110,000! that he had a big cigarette factory at New Hfunswick, and that his Importing busi ness waa one of the hlggest In the country, tin the strength of these statements and on the se curity of the bills of lading of Imported to liacco the Richards issued to liltn. on Stay ?, two letters of credit forM.OOOcnch. Ho went abroad and dre.wSH.rt00 against tho rredlts. When tho tobacco arrived It proved to bo practically worth less, or worth no more than the customs duty. Then a cable message came from Iindon to tho effect that Coundourls was III Smyrna, where ho was buying property and putting it in his chil dren's names. The Htchards cancelled by cable the rest nf ihe letter of credit and licgan tolook up the Greek's business here. The New Hruttswlck cigarette fac tory they found In charge of two lioys, who snld that the place hnd not been running for six months. Cniitidourls was taken to I.udlnw street Jail yesterday, Ixing unable to procure the $H,o00 ball In which he Is held. Hunting for Train llolihera- Hpolla. SAritAMENTO.Cal.. Oct. l"i. It Is Uilcveil hero that $.10,000 In gold and everal thousand dol lars In silver, the laaity of the, Southern Pacific train robbery nn last Thursday night, is con cealed or hurled within u mile nf this place, but the detectives have been unable to determine the spot ordlcover tho wherealiouts of the rob liers. The mile Includes a town, a swamp, brush, Ilelils, a river, und many sloughs and ponds. So sure Is every one that the money Is hidden near here" that lor u time tho hunt for the robbers has given way to the hunt for their spoils. EIXAXCIAIj AX It COJIMEltCIAI.. New York Htoek Kachaage-Nalea Oct. IS. UNITED STATE AND STATE noNIlS (t $1,000I. 10SCsrOs,.F 2Xf lBVao.d'd,TllS.n!p4; CLOSINO rilK.'KS or UNITED states nosiis. 11M. AtktiU nitl, Atkrit. trnis,r Wrt ITRfls, IN95...101 t;nii,r IMf 1141 tlHHs, lNirn... tot UfMt.c. UVi 118 l.HBu. 1HU7...I07 - IIHRs.r. IIM'J 11X U8n, IMU-4...III) US5..C. tlUlj I'.'O 1H09, ISBU.. n:i Kx Interest. HAII.KOAD AND OTIIEII IIO.NDS (IN Sl.OOOS). 10 Atchison 4s AH :i Nor I'ac en Ss 2M 14 art. i iisu t nrfj i -mil 1!U a-' (I 2H in u.m lii.Mirrae, t'T .v.. 7.H fl All l'ac In . . M Sort V,N It It,lo; a : a.N v.nh a n u. I Aleh.lCWlt. 88 AT1M , !IJ Hllroadway 7th II N'orf ho 1st ,1s.. Ion Arenas ..II(X( lnNHAIierliyenas.ll.Vt 15 :..in :iNY.Lhsii.4...iiioi; 4 Hurt A I'h Kill... 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Il'g tlAIII' A at I' H 1st Da ex. I UW Ba 92t AHII'.Ma2d....lt7 niloclcValAa (H 2Htl,AHy'2d,elH.I11IU 7 HMf HStI,BK2.1,cU:. IIMU IK H(, 2 Hi I. SF con 4s. 40 0 .. HHJ, IINtl-Kold 12B u M INtl'lerm no A II a T Cen anl 4s. MH I HI P 1st K U d... .117 1 IronMtArklir....om 2o Ht I, a w lit. ... eu 2 Iron 1115s 711 2tJot 1 1st flu 1 70V 1 Bo ll'y As. V I, VtntaUtN 1st.... 1 1 si Jan,tlSs,e HM lolnt (It K 2d.... M teiC filowaCenlst UOU 7 w03 1 Kanl'oi-lst. BS..1IIAW 1 Tux l'ac I it As. .. HTVi lKsnATeHi. ... HiiJ ):i n7iJ 1j, ....- HP A Tes I'st-2,1 In. ., a.M 4KanTrx2a 42J 4 T.A A A L'ad 1st.. HS 20 42l 2 Union I'ae. 'va..I0n4 4 42H gtfnlonKllat. ... HUU UI, Wllruas... loo I UlatADel 1st Ss..lll.' AI.KAWl.t. . ..HAW At;sl'ordat1tt.. 7i ULouANen . .liwsj 1 7:1 aa.. ..; mu 2.. 7ai ini.nuft.vg4. . . ijb.i, 1 VaMldlandRnl... ti.tj lifinJS.VOSM 1 Wabash 1st 1041! Hlv.i20 120 21 104Ji 4Mo. KftClst.t... tny. AWaUsh2d Hrt MM ANtI, ltlfl,12l A (I5U ayietKiist 1214 a hmJ 2 I2i, I MW. I Met Kl 2.1 tin 2 WettHhore4s....ln3iJ 4)111 AN 1st. lUlS.UOl, 3 Vest8h4s,reg..,t04HJ 1 NnrHao 1st. c ll.'l 1 10411 1 Norl'c2d,c Hit a 104 S HAH Total sales of railway bonds (par talue), $720,000. IIAII.ItOAD AND OTIIEIt RIIAHKH. fpen- High, .me- Cloto.- Snlr: ina. fit. nt. III.I. Atknl. 609W.1 AmSujltef . (t.U( HA), Kl' H4 b4l 7211 Am Sua Kef p. 110)1 V'l VO'i UI 01U UAAmerTob. ...10os loivti 1IHZ "OS 11M? 4.V1 Amert'otOII. aou :u :- :kh, :n 23AnierCOpf.. 7HZ 7Af 7I 73W 7Hi aoaAteh.Trfre. Ai AH BiJ a2 Ai llOOHayliUUUaa. 244, 24H --'H V-'H 24M aooi'anadaSouth. A'lU Al Bin, Al fll'I 2 Canadian l'ac HI fl4 B4 041a (13's SOOC'besa Ohio.. ihJi m lHt, imJ iv lOUAChleaKOIias., 74 7IU' 7:iU 732 74 aooc.c.iTftst l. :ih4j :iNt7 h :iij :iw lia.K'hinft.N w...io:i3 I (to; io2s liu'i 111:1 71IAC. HftO.. . .7.1 7:i 721, 721 72K IBInlCMftfill-... mu mil nou BoC not, luiiC, AKlppf.lllnJ nirtj nut. nu tXlttZ l32Si',ltll'ae.. A11U Avsi ,tui; nw, ftu ISlirnnMd(las,...l2lli 12IU I2IW 121 122 2IUDslUud.. 1H:I 1H:I 131U l.HJ 181 200Del.I.ft W....I1I7 1H7 Id' inn liw aon Den ft n u nf. am 32t 3 tH 32 tl-iii 2niaDiifing0r. ui. ui, hJ ww vw IMWlKmKI... 10IH 10Hj lOHi 0i2 1021, 200UreenllV.. 4 4ii 4 :iJ 4 200111 North pf ..102 102 102 102 104 4:110 UeneralElec, 7W H7H :ui M AW 235 l.K West.... IhU ldl, I Ml m tsij 200 lake Khore... 13312 3j 193 13'. luo do Long Island., adl. Mil, hau H7 miu BJ.II.lTrae igu 12'j 12 12W lu SAO0 Louis Nash, Bit! S4l! B.lii AV A:i!i I0IIL.N AftOpf. 211, 241, 211, 21 2 loom Msnhsl Con. Ill 11HI lunij iihiu 107 lOOsttun St u. lu in lu 17 20 BOO Hlssourl l'ac. 2l 2HU 2IU 271 174 BOJlorrl. 4 K. .ISO IB11 1B0 12 N J(niral...0UU Hltlli Khlli 107 1IW) HUH NY Central... lm ua iih4i phsv mi Ml Nat Lead :i'J flu .'In KhiJ null 1 ho Nat Lead pf.. MU HBU HBU HAlI H7 7S0N Ya.NKnif.. aosj ai fi'iij iioij ain, HOON Y.I.K V. His 14W 14 131, 14 200N Y,W... 1A 13 13 144? IA VIU.NY.HftWpf. 4:1 4.1 43 42lj 43 IO0 Nor! ft West.. Ml Ml Ml H Mi 700 North Pac pf, 17 I7j ITU ITK; ITU lOOUntarlo ftW. B 1 4, IBM IBti 1BU B Oregon h L. . 7 7 7 fl H 400 Paclfo Mall... 1HU 17 IBti 17 17U 1720 Hhlla ft Head. ITlJ 1H 174, 17, 174, H0l'.i;.O4Htl.p( 42 411 4 4 BO aiUOItlchft WH... IH 1M1 1741 17U 1741 lialtlebaWl'pf. 221 22(J 22lJ 22 2:1 HinstP AOmsta. si SA aa asij 811 lUOhtl. MCI. Illl Ill) 111) 1011 112 4IUI Southern l'ac. lull 1V41 IVU IUW 21) 8.VIHO Ky Wl ... 12; 124? laij 121, 1241 lMHoKy Pf Wl, 43 4J 43 42 424 lOOOTexaaVar. .. nu i nil VI vt, HOT. A Aft NX. n B B A! BU 4not'nlnal'aeiBc, liw nti jij, iitj iiJ lflll'li I'. 1)4(1, 442 44 44, 41, 44j 7H0U8t'nrtage.. 121, V4i II', 114, 111, 2111 II a Cord pf... 22 23 22 22 23 looUSLratbpr,. eou nut, ant, nu el 2A Wabash pf-.. 14 '7 1411 14U 14 1414 11240 West Tn Tel. hTK H74, KV, H.V1 HA .Jn.F!'r'''K' ,!H I2 12J 124, 1U Kx dltldeml. Total sales of stoeka were 1 30,430 shsres. UCISTOX CLOSINO QUOTATIONB. Hid. Atktd.l Bid, Atkrd. Boa ft Albany, 205 Westlngh'se E 33(1 B'l lias ft Maine. ISO West Kind L'd. 2 22 Ccnttlsss WH 121, Hta ft Hon 2D SUM Chi June com, - Ml Butts ft Boa... 10V II Chi June pf.... BUI, 10O Iralft Uecla...2SA 800 FltefaburKpf., 7b 7B4( Bay State fjaa. lltl 12 NYftNtpr.. - A A.TAhf4a. 87 B7U MexCn44. .. - B7 A.Tft8Ka2da. lull VOtJ OIJCoJodv.... - 17SM iiautao uu, 7a how AmlMI fel...IBd U7 ,11 Mate u 2ds. M SO KrlaTsl. .. .34 03 I rUIUS.UEI.PUIA CLOSINO QUOTATIONS. Bid. Jiktd. BUL Atktd. I'OI B7M B8 UhCANCo.. Bill 62 ConTract'n... 32 S3 PannaHR.... AIM SIM Con Trscl'u 04 HB HB PbllaTract'n..l04 People's Trao. 33 B3U sltl TracUoa.. 1131, mu Utdgti Valley. 41 S74J ' , LATEST LOKHON QUOTATIONS. Atchison aw Norfolk West or.... tiki raBadlaaraclAc.... eAU'NorUiera PaepfT 1st, Erta coauaoa 14H Onurloft Waaura... ist, IrU 3d consols. 73 IPtansylvanU c21i tlUauUCcuual Bill Reading vi Isesss Ta iss. isij St I'auT. B2U LaksShora 13u I'nloa Pacine 13 Lou Nashville. . S341 Wabasb pf . 14C KV Central lull, MOSDAY, Oct. 15. Just as the clock struck 3 this afternoon cur rency obligations of the United State calling for payment In gold to the amount of $500,000 were deposited at lha BnbTreasunr her tot ac count ot a prominent lioston banking house for, the purposo of obtaining gold for shipment to Berlin by to-morrow'a steamer. Foreign bank era agree that there is no profit In tho transact lion, but they also admit that It la Just as cheap for the concern making ihe shipment to settle Its balances abroad In gold as It would be to buy bills, probably cheaper, as any considerable de mand for exchange on llerlln would unquestion ably advance the rate for relcfumarks to figures that would Induce additional shipments. This cngagcratntot specie for shipment, which was not generally known of till some tlmo after the closoof business, was a surprise, not only to the speculative element, but also to bankers. Tho sterling exchange market had been strong all day, and Interviews with thotendlngdraivcrs had prepared tho Street for exports of specie later In the week; but no one expected thnt there would be a consignment of the yellow metal by to-morrow's Mraincr. Tho stock market was not only held In check try tho pos sibility of an outward movement of gold, but nlso affected adversely. It Is Interesting to lioto thst the Inst export movement of specie culmi nated early In August by the Withdrawal from the Sub-Treasury here of the tamo amount of peclo thnt will bo shipped to-morrow by the same firm! but tho gold was not taken, as tho foreign exchange market suddenly declined, thus rendering the proposed transaction un profitable. The reaction In tho sterling exchange market nt the close of last week inspired hopes thnt ex ports of specie might be alerted. These, how ever, wero dispelled at the opening of business this morning, when there was an active demand from tankers, which was promptly followed by evidence that tho accumulation over Sunday of cotton bills wns dlsapiiollitlngly small. A sharp advance In tho rales resulted that carried them lo higher figures than were recorded last week. At the samo time cable advices were received Unit sterling had fallen to iiO.'MH at llerlln. and :.'.". 14 at I'arls. These quotations practi cally determined the question as tn exports to (icrmany, and prepared bankers tn expect them later In the week. ltelaltve to the small receipts of cotton bills, which precipitated tho engagement of $S00,O0(l specie for export this afternoon, it Is to bo noted that tho storm which did so much damage In and about New York last week wns frit with even greater severity along Ihe entire foiithern cnat and prevented almost entirely tlio exports of cotton from the principal shipping jHilnts. Many leading bankers do not believe that tlio outflow of gold will nssumo largo proportions; nevertheless, the courso of tho foreign exchange ninrket In tho iuimrdiato future will be watched with unusual Interest. In spile of the general tendency nf prices toward lower figures, otierators who devoto their energies to the manipulation of Kugnr He fining succeeded In advancing tlio price of that stock mora than - points, of which less than n point was retained at tho close. This net advance, however, was exceptional. Of the stocks that supplied more than another third of tlio total dealings St. I'nul closed a liolnt lower. Western Union 1J.J t cent, lower. I meago uns remained unchanged, and .Mauliat tan Hallway sustained a net loss of 1? 4J cent. On comparatively light transactions C 11. aud (julncyund llcneral Electric nlso closed mate rially lower than on Saturday. The only 0110 of these movements Hint attract ed especial attention was that in Manhattan Hallway, which was sold down on plauslblo re ports that tho statement of tho operations of thiMoiupany for the quarter ending Sept. .'10 wlllcompate unfavorably with figures fur the corresponding quarter of last year. Should such a result appear. It will doubtless be ex plained to an extent by the hnrd times. Yet It cannot bo Ignored Unit the Traction Company, with Its numerous transfer facilities, which en. able its patrons to traverse largo sections of the city at a single fare, is cutting" Into the palronago nf the elevated roads. Tho lios slblllty that the election may result In n vote in favor of tlio construction of an underground rapid transit road with the old of tho city wos tho chief bear argument upon Manhattan Hall way stock to-day. Wall street knows, however, that tho scheme Is impracticable and likely to encounter interminable litigation. Still, senti ment Induced comparatively heavy sales of tho stock for both accounts. Tho only actual news to-day waa the confir mation by tho United States Circuit Court nt Milwaukee of the rcportof the Master appointed by It to Investigate tho charges made by tho directors of the Northern 1'arlflc Hallrond Com pany against Rex-elver Oakes, with a view of preventing his confirmation. The Court sus. tains tho findings of the Muster exonerating Mr. Oakes of tlio charges of malfeasance In oftlcn while President of tho company, and confirms his appointment as a receiver. This Is the second legal decision ngutnst the President of the company and Ids associates within a week, and these adverse decisions are all they have to show after nearly a year of litigation. In which they have embarrassed the Court In Its management of tho property. Final sales compare with those of Saturday aa follows: Oct. .1. Oct. I'. fW.it, Oct. 11. At.TAB. . BU BV.Vortli Pae pf 1M1 17' AmHllgltef. . H3 H4Hi NY.N K... HOST niuj Am Hli lief pr. lint, utVOmahacnm.. . iiT, ;i-, Canada K... . A2 SI I'aeltle Mall... IniJ 17 C.Ug 7SH 72 RnrL Island... Au4i Bu'l Oh-sAOhlo... IV IM,lltlchWI.... IS 174Z ChlcsanOaa... 7311 73t, Heading IH'l 17s, Urn 11(1 f.. 32lj 321, Ht Paul com... IUW SOU DlsCt'Co . U uft'Hollth If, y,f ,...(? Trie I4" 14 Texas l'ac.... ij nfZ (lenElec 1US 3d .Union Pac 12 111" I.ake Shore. IH,M, 13.1 111 ricord pf. .. 2JU 23 Man Con. ..lilts naU,l! S Leatherpf 001J BOW Northw't com. 1031, 102J4 West Un Tel.. o7H b.VJ, tloverninent bonds steady at unchanged quo tation. Hallway lamds dull. The feature were Atchison 4. Chicago tlaa Light and Coke lsts, Hocking Valley As, Kansas und Texas '-.'Is, Heading lbt preference Incomes. United States Cordage lsts, and Wabash ','ils. Thn more important net advances wero In Chicago lias Light and Cuke lsts, IJi f cent, to HU; Hocking Valley fin. 4, to HU; Kansas and Texas yds. . to 4at and United States Cords go Hts, W V cent, to T.M. Tho noteworthy declines wero In Atchison -Is. l cent, to H1W, Heading 1st preference Incomes, s. to IKii. and Wabash -ds, H V cent., to (l.ihi. liar silver in Loudon "fl 1-likl, Kxports to Kiirope to-morrow litf.000 ounces. Money on call, 1 tent. Time money is tiuotrilat 1)4 V cent, for sixty days, 2 V cent, for ninety days, and Vkil V cent, for six months 011 good mixed Stuck Exchange collateral. Com mercial paper is quoted aa follows: Prime en. dorsed bills receivable at :WM!u V cent., choice single name paper at 45 V cent., und good at Mt,H V cent. The sterling exchange market was strong and rates advanced to the highest flgurcsof the hen eon. This was due to an active demand and a small supply of bills. Continental exchange ad vanced in sympathy with sterllmr. I Weil list ing rates for sterling. S,.H7K'ft$4.H8 fur long bills aud $4.rjsVa$4.aU for demuud. Actual rates are: Lung bills. $4.N7i sight drafts, $4.H7?4' &54.NH, and cable transfers, $4.HH. Kraiira aro quoted at 5,1 745. 1 UK f or long and 6. 1 .-. 5. 1 ii for short; relchbinarks. l)S4af(HAU for hxig and l)5lis?4 for short: guilders, 404lj-s0 ,V1U for long and 40 7-1 tl fur short. Domeatlo exchange on New York: Ilostnn 1 i-'ti cents discount. Charleston Buying 1-10 discount: selling. par. Savanuali Uuying.U-ltl; selling, J..MI. Sow Orleans Hank, part coin mercial. IU'.j rents discount, San Francisco--Sight, I'.'H: telegraphic. IA. St. Ixiuis Ao cents dlx-ount. Chicago. 41KTB5H cents discount. The all-rail east-bound shipment of dead freight from Chicago last week were 47.XIH tons, against A4.000 tons tho previous wrek, and 54.U7fl tons tho corresponding week of the previous year. The east-bound shipment by lake were 50.88.1 ton, against 74.'.'-'a tons the previous week. Tho Union Pacific Hallroad-entlre sistrm reiHirts grona earnings for August of Ju'.Vim.l'-'O. anlncreausof 17,','0H as compared with the same month of lad year, and net $7rl3.l)U4, an Increase uf $00.0:11. For the right montha end ing Aug, UI the gross earnings were14,l)UH.12I), a decrease of $a,8n:i.05H aa compared with Ihe corresponding period of last year, and net $3,. u:)M,533, a decrease of $-,',S71,:i3. The Union Pacific Kallroad proper reports gross earning for August of $1,447,U"5, an in crease of $U'L',05'J at, compared with the same month of last year, and net $570,804, an In crease of $00,030. for the eight months ending Aug. 31 the gross earnings were $0,111,700. a decrease nf $2,057,310 as compared with the corresponding period' nf last year, and net $'-',-055,570, a decrease of $1,301,001, The Oregon Short Line and Utah Northern Kallroad reports gross earnings for August of $513,747, an Increase of 300,043 as compared with the same month of last year, and net $'-'05,-703. an increase of $5N,320. For tho eight months ending Aug, 31 the gross earning were $3. 103. 100. a decrease of $010 '.Hli as compared with the correaponding period of last year, and net $803,481, a decrease of $040,045. The St. Joseph and (I rand Island ltallroad re ports gross earnings for August of $75,407. a decrease of $U,0U7 as compared with the same month of last year, and net i-'I.OV'U. an increase, of $1,107. for the tight mouth ending Aug. I )i'4aaisiaar 1 alflajf 1 lit ni ' - laa -1 A. anesJasViii gaaaaasrgrfmijTi, aawg ' I ' i" ' ,tiM.!-JJfcJyy ,11 the gross earnings were $541.R13, a decrease of $11.1.007 n compared with tho Correspond ing period of last year, and net $185,800, a de crease of $71,01 8. ..it Tho Kansas City and Omaha Hallroad reports gross earnings for August of $0,65:1, a decrease pf $3.0111 a compared with the same month of last year, nnd deficit $0,31H, an Increase of $3,104. For the eight months ending Aug. ill the gross earnings wcte $7:.',:II7, a decrease of $41,SH0 as fcilinpnred Willi the corrcsimndlng period nf last year, and deficit $17,044, n de crease of $30,53:1. Tho Central Urancli Hallroad reports gross earnings for Ahgust -of SSH.'-'a, a decrease of $0,0711 as compared with thn same monf h of is st year, and net. fll.001. a decrease of $5,200. For the eight, months endlng.Ang. Ml.thn gross earn ings were J'.nm.nti). .1 derreao -of $40,800 as compared with the corresponding period nf last year, and net- $00.S4:i, a decrease of $7;070. Tlio N'aslivllle, .Chattanooga and St. Inls Hallrooil reiiorts gross earnings for Svplomber of $377,81;;, an lncrrao cf S'Jl.'i'a as compared with tho same (month nf la't Vcnr. ami net $105,030, an Incirase of $507. For the three months ending Sept. 30 the gross earnings were ll.liljnn, nn Increase 'of $.!l75fttompared with tlMcorrespondlng'perlod of lastyear, and net $4M)..18.1. an iprreaso of ,$33,71P. itlxed charges wero $.'1R1,H43, leaving a surplus of $107,041,an increaauuf $17,030, The Hurenu of Stat Idle reports that the total values of the exports of merchandise from tho United States during September. 1804, and dur ing the nine months ended Sept. 30. 1804. as compared with similar exports during the cor responding ierlnds or the preceding vear wero us follows! Scpti'itibcr I18I14I. $30,038,8lt:i: (181)31, $7S,0'20,7IIH. Nine months ended Sept. 110 (18041, $377,047.02'Jl(l8fi:ll,$il03,8Jl,873. In Septemlier last the c xportarxcerded the imports bv $8,440.33:1. In September. 1803. the excess of rxlxirls over lniliortamts$,j.1,780,lHil. During the nine months cnilid Sept. 30, 1804, tho ex cess nf exports over Imports was $73,ftl7.y84, and tho exressof imports for the correpotidlng period of thu irecedlug yenr was 83';,10.1,400, In Seiitember, 1804, the Imports of gold ex ceeded the r.iorts by $4il.'l,:iol, and during tho nine months ended Sept. 30. SK04, the ex cess of exports over Imports wns $7.l,003,0 111. The excess of exixirts of siller over ImiMirts during the nlno months ended Sept. 30. 1804, was $83.581,5811. The condition of the Treasury nt the close of busliio"s to-day compares with thntot Satnnlny lis follows! itrt. 1". Oct. is. Totsl mailable net. ...$l,7ill.o:l $TTI, 101.7:10 Current liabilities. . . . im.lllll.'j;-, 03:1,732,475 Totsl balaneu . . . .$1 I7.307.IVH $1 17,4112.283 nolil linliilue 110,1 1, 1,1) ill B0.O72.H02 Currency balance. .. $.iT,ioi,l38 TvT.Osu.bvi Inrluilrd In to-dai'n ucts nro 317.083,3.'i7 fractional sllier and minor coins nnd $11,031, 170 deposit In iiatlonlil banks. The Treasury holds $4,8114.335 national hunk note for le ileinptlon, ugatiist $4,8,1)1,800 on Satnnlny. Money In lindon.1-! W rent. Hateuf illscmtnt in niwii market, fnrlmth shortand three months' bills, li-iu V cent. Aiiioiint ot bullion with drawn from Hank of Kngluiid on ludance to-day ..80,000. i'arls wl vice quote 3 V cents at 101 francs li'.Hccntlinrn and exchange on London tit 85 francs 14 centime. Kleetrlr Htoek Quotatloa,. nonos. Oct. I.V The closing quotation, of electric stocks to-day werei Jliil. Atkfd, rdlson Electric Illuminating luo (leneral Kleetrle 3Bi SOU rieneral Klectrle pf 0A 711 Lamson ionsiilldatil Htorc Service.... .'l',(i 'H Wesllnahouse Kleetrle , IIAiJ tlllll tVrallnghouwKleelrlcpf B2J, A3 rort Wayne Kleclrlc - 2i Knrt Wayne Klectrle Trust (series A)., 4 A Thoinsiin.llnlisloll iTru-t series CI.. . b Thorasonlloustoti Trust 1 series 1 V( 41, 4'ommerelal Coupend, JloMuv, tX't. 1. ".-CoTTOi-Ailiaiiced 2 lo 3 mlnts, but lost this and declined 7 to 8 points, closing quiet. The antes were 140,000. Llterpool declined 1-lWd.on the t, Willi spot sales of 1.1,000: futures opened 2 point lower, recoiered this, and advanced t a itolnt, lod this and 1 point besides, nnd then rallied and closed steady nt a net (Inline fur the day of half a Kilnt, In Manchester yarn were weak: cloths quiet. New Orleans adi sliced II points on December, lost this and declined '', recoicrrd IhU and advanced I, then lost this and declined 4 points. Hjiot cotton was l-10e. loner. Middling uplands Oe.s sales of I.A3I for spin ning; delivered on contract, 100. New Orlenns and Memphis were eiuy. Ne.v Orleans, A 7-lOe. (lal lestou. BV Molillc. Augusta, and Charles, ton dropped 1 inc. There waa a good sii.it business. New Orleans sold 12,400. Memphis n.oiio. Halannsh 2,273. (lulreslon 1.314. Mobile 1,200. and M. Louis hoo. Port receipt today hO.USV, aKalust 1111.1J4 this day last week and 50.7 1 m nt tear; thus far this il 12U.1H3. against 107,701) thus far last week. The exports from the ports were D.Bttl today totlreat Britain and U.H22 10 thn Continent. Killing frost occurred at Arltuaton, Milan, and Bolivar, Tenn., with tentraturc down to .HU' and 32. Thoaveraito minimum temperature for twenty.fnur hour ending last night was 3H- to A4; maxlmuni 112 to HO. The slRtinl serilco pretlietcU warmer weather for most liarls of tho eotlon liell by Tuesday night, but frost to-morrow mornlnic In North Caro lina aud eoiiler weather In northwestern Texas. Oklahoma, and Indian Territory. "The weather at tho Kouth has lieeu generally fair far the last twenty four hours. Houston received 13.4HII, agaluat H.2IHI laal year: Memphis. II. .1711. against 0.7117. and Augusta. 2,tfi:l, agnluot 2,001 Instyear. All the milt at Fall lller,eeept Ihe lturel Ijikoand llleh ard llordeii. which are closed for relialrs, startid up this mornliiir, ihoiiKh not all of the weuitra returned tn work, luimliay crop ndilees dateil Oct 4 arp gen erally faroralile, though less rain Is desired, New Orb-ait receipt to-morrow w-ni estimated at 33,000 to uailOO, niralnst 2N.4 15 last year. Tii-i4'i KEATl'ftKh Very few operators had the eouraiti to buy for long account. Most nf thebuylmr I locoiershorts. To-day the receipt at the lMirts and Interior towns were 1 cry large. The purls am ex. iHt-teil 10 Kct this week alxiut 330.000 bales. Kro-t w-as reporteil, but It was not acneral. nor Is It believed lunch damage wnsdone. It was mainly In Tennesve. thoiiRh f nwt was also reported In boutli Ciirollna and AlalMiua. Liverpool adrlecs were disappointing. lK-al and Houthem operators sold, and It Is also ui. derstiMNl that Eurow sold to some extent. The tone of the market was dlscourafOng and most operators were looking for still lower prices. The trading In futures was as follows: CtnnlnQ. Itigltftt, Iret. Sott. November. . .a.Biva.7 5.73 A.114 A.ion Ilecemlier . A.72wA.7:l A.H2 A.70 1U.U1HI January A.7wA.7 A.H7 A.7B 4H.H1H) Kebruary ..5.H4ttA.H3 A.HI A.2 A.I00 March n.tHK.Vol 3.117 A.H tf.:loo April .VKVi.n1 1101 .l.liil u.niii) Mar .Il.l)2(,ill.03 11.011 II.0U 0.1(10 June .aowiO.on 0.13 II.IIS UIHl July ...u.i:inn.l5 B.lu 0.11 1,300 H.ocu--wa quiet and a s rule mure or less de pressed. The lower grades show the leant depression. Sales. 12.31H) bids. Kxn)rts. 3,073 bhls. and 1UII sucks. Ilirclpt. 13.0:111 bids. nd 24.U73 sacks, winter wheal brands In bbls.were quolfd as followar No Brule, ai.iOwtl.hO; Hue, SI.KV-SJ, suiK-rflne, S2i.s (2.101 Nn. 2 extra. (2.IAuV.2A: No. I extra. $2.31X4 82.IO;elear. 2 4US2.A'I: .tmltrliU. a2..Vk.i2.li3: pat ents. S2.71S-JS.1. yiit-hifran stralanis, t2.nor..S2.;ui city mills for West indies, gLUA; "patents," :i.fiO...'l.iii; re dour. siirnne. 2.BlKst-'.1l. corn meal. Western. 2.H(k.l.lui brundywlne, 3.20. Buckwheat Hour, ihnlce, Sl.hois2! Kraln. Aimihh-. (lust's- Wheat declined lc, Hpot nates trilling. No. 2rcdf. o. K atlnal. W, oter December: No, I hard, lie. over; No. I Northern. -. over. These were the receipts: Chicago. AU.B37 bush.; Milwaukee, All,3't:li Minneapolis, 4IB.72H: Dublin, 23.3111): Ht. Ixiuls. 211.. 000: Toledo. 2.1.107: Detroit. IA.1A2; Kansas City, 211.734. New York. 37U.223: Balllmore. 7.240: I'hlli. deiphla, 2.H7B; Ikialoli, 42.0OU; total. 1.2UH.147: total baturda).H3ii.B43; total last year, 1,2M),03U. Future sales, l.aOO.Ooo bush., a, follows: tilt. Opening. Isiirrtt, IHukett. Ctolna. .iuht, Deremlier..aH IU) Bi B3, Sal,' May . .00 13-10 m B0l5-in boj7 tn;. Corn declined iir., but reentered part of this. Spot salea 00.000 bush.. Including BB.OOO lor rsiuirl. No. 2 3.V33l afloat and 63c. in delator, ruture aales 410,000 bush., as follows: Oixnini. xiiersf, Jltghrat. Claltmq. Siuh't. Norrinber A4' f.4it A4U (S3 Dn-embera213-1 B2S: A2 1-1-10 32i osjir May 32Ts 32)J A2? 02J 631, Oats dei-nned 44c for future delltrryand lie.on the mit Hpot sales US.0O0 Push. No. 2 while. :IM3.1Uc.: Noieniberdn.,oa4y4354w.t t)e-emberdi).,iilic: No. 2 mlieil, Bi;(iji,3lVc.i ungraded, UAtlih-. for while and.silv3:'c. foriiilied. tuture sales 2S0.0OO buih as follows: Sat. Oprntnff, Ijnrctt. Jliuheit, CUMtny. Xiuht. November.. :w :tii ilni sis. .-Ju December.... 3J1 H24, IUUI 32J aafi February :ii 344, 3(J .. May Mti 3B4J ail), aujj 3J Thu Islble supply Is a follows, Wheat, Corn. Onti, buMhrU. busAels. BusAWs. Oct. 13. 1H0I 7A,074,IKS), 3,3711,000 U.IIHU.OOO Increase 1,450,000 430,000 Ilecreas,. B20.000 . . Oct. IA, 1HW3... ..BA,2B7,OISI P.OUI.OoO 3.MO.OOO Oct. IA, IMI2 Ji.0UI.000 12.1U7.000 7.34V.OUO Thlssbows Ihe New York stock: 11(4. Ii, .S1. i(9, Oef.lt. tkt.t. (. ,i. Or. .4, buMktl. bwsAeljt. ImAlttbi.. fiusAes. Wheat.. .12,e:w.i2l 12,Ao,Vi7 IA,A()4,U72 12.bh2.4B7 Com... 373.243 :iN0.2WI H)N,A.1. I.HU.UI7 Oats. 3,0.YVt 3.002.011 1 1,I1M,1IB' l.VMJ.rlllO llje 1II.HB7 . IB.IIU7 0I.W2 1,404 Barley .. B27 B27 .'IH.32A l'eas 0,3:1:1 4.232 . . Wall 0.161 H,1H4 711.201 80,770 Tutal.IB.out.72ll Tb,uoii,0I4 IT.lix.Hrtil nju.vi07 Tivnsv's FraTiaia Wheat dropped in prices lilthrmi unknown in the history of prices In thli country. Tho Kngltsh cables were lower, the North. westeruenp movement was lllieral. and prices de. rllmst. Thu quantity on assage lo KtlroMlet-riased onl 3A2.t)(jo busliels. I'arls ad 1 auced 20 ceutlmea on wbaatand 40 in Ao mutinies 011 Hour, while Berlin waa 'i Ml, blither. Uverpool derllned td. and Ant. werpwaaqulel. The (Islble supply Increased 1.4BO. 000 bushels. The feellug here was 0110 of discourage ment and prk-eaelossHl at tha lowest flgurea. Com waa rather weak also, though the quantity un 'tassagv tn Kuroie showed a decrease for th week 0 WOD.OOP, and lie visible supply decreased Sill. (100. The export trade waa rather lietter, how ever, and this and the de crease tn the " visible" gato the markeha rather stead. lereloslng. OatawereafTei-ted by thetluetuatlonato corn. Th visible supply Increased 430.UOO. llKnccatu Curfeeaecllued 20 10 23 points, closing steady. Hales 1H.B0O. Klo adtlrra deny (hat the crop haa been damaged, but say that It baa beeu In aoru measure retarded. Havre aUmuccd 4, franc, and then lost half of this, Hamburg adlauced H to ii. Amerl can avarebouse de Uierles oabaturdav were ouly B.iiau bazt; total for the week, 40.753, aiialnsl 60. 779 for the same weak last year. BIu receipts. ?.oqo baas: Santua, 30.000 Uzs. Wo declined 5U rela and Kantoa advanced 250 rets. Rio ex roangi IITad-. snowing a decline of 1-IOd. Tna New York slock of Braill waa I4A.U77 baas. Tba American visible supply la 4IU.41S iwain.l an.oui a year ago. CropadvUeaby eablu from Hauto, Uxlay weio v ery favorabte.polnf Ing toa large yield and con lluueil heavy receipts. New York ana Europe sold here lu-day. The trading In future, wa, as follows. AfoitA. HiUtt. Iltgkftt. iiteesf, Ctotiutl. January 4.2&0 10.03 io.ha lOXiutH.Mu March 4.730 luvu iu.73 Iu7-Kl0.b(i October 2.000 12.B3 I2.3A WJUU.W) Noveoiber 1.250 1I.W3 II.H.3 ll.S5wtl.D3 December 0.250 11.13 1IJ3 ll.aoH.OJ Elo on tbe spot waa dull and steady Jlo.7, Itltiaigc. '''''-ffaaBawMlas" 'i1' lllfassSSAaTtaTlgS3-laEasi 1 1 i' 1 . ; . i. 'j 1 ' " 1 luwsrdult and stead.vi.Rfl test, ft9S4c.t Met ,. SisjaVe. ReHneO steady and dull. . . .. . NavsI Rtores-DuII and llrm. Bpirlts turpenltne, 08 ttH4AI"montoletrIdnelltdn,!.!Jll.8 llcntoiri--(o sales: National, . bid here and PmivitnVs- IjipI firm. City. TMe.i Western, tjr-.l CV-tober. 8.0.V.1 Jannsrr. 7.B0C. Pork (lnll. Mfaa, I4.7WIIB.50. Dressmf hogs. 77e. PUr. TVe. Tallow, 4Hc. Htearlne. vfic Oleo. tfsc. few. 15. le. Best butter. 2.V.i do. eheer. ll)i,'lirWc. Caicii.o, Oct. IS. These were the Chicago prices: . . IfAeof. Oibi7. lllotiett. Ijcntrit. ftcitntti Klfht. lire..,. . B3 o' A2J4 B1H B2M "ayV... mi sii 87 67J tm, De.'....'.. 47W 41U 47 47 4714, May... . 401? 4"i, 4SJ 48?, 40J, (If. Dec.. . . 2014 Sl SHV! SVU SOW May. !I2!J :tt)J aijj 2W iH Oct ' . 7.B3 7.03 7.15 7.M 7-6ft , Jan 7.'j;i! 7.30 7.S2 7.22 tStH Itibn. Oct (I.OSU R.07M 1.fl3 rt.elTlai 8.07M Jan (VU2J 0.37)- 0.80 0.aH 6.40 JatiT '..$12.00 $12.00 $12.60 $M.MM $I8.) 81. litlls: Snrf. ll'Aeol. Olienlsg. CAidsff. N'lpAf. Ileeetnber 400-10 4S 491MB Mar B3 546-10 84 15-10 (Vira. V, ,-, mi 45W "8-10 Mliineapollc irAenf, necemlH-r. ,141 M4J MU May mi 57,' tMd Diilnth: 1 IIAnib Derrmber CO 53'f 68 May. 3H44 BHlJ avfi Live Hloek Market. Nr.iv York. Monday, Oct. l.-ltecelpts nf lieeTea yes terday nnd to-dav were A.tvo heart -HUrars for expor tallon, 1 43 ears illrert to slaughterers, and B3 car, lo lie sold. The market was slow and dragging from com mencement to eh e. with selling values from inc. to 20e I) 1011 Tits. lower. Five cars were carried over. Poor to prime native steers sold from a3.n0 U) $3.40 llxirM.i fairish half breeds at $S.70i ulsgl and oxen from SV.e.-i tn SI: light bull from $I.H3 to $2.00. Inferior dry cow, from $1.35 to$2. Dressed beet low at 7i,c(.iliic. V n. ror native aides. latest cables from Ureal Britain quote American steers at Octal lc. V TK.dresM'd webihtt American refrigerated beef at cih4V. ft. No exiHwta tiMlay. Tomorrow 484 lieeves, I.BOO slui-p. and 2.1H0 quarters of beef to Liverpool, nnd 240beeies and 1,000 rheep to Ixindnn. lleeilntsnfcalvrsyesterdayand to-tlay were 1,170 heart. Market setlvent anadiance of 14c. . Poor to prime veals sold from S3 in $7:B0 41 foo ra.t grass. ers rront $2.A0 to $2,73i Western calves from $3 tn $4. lleceipts of sheep and lamb yesterday ami to-day, Including 1 3 ears lor exportation, and 21 cars direct to slaughterer, wero 22,11)3 head! 72 cars on aale. Market brisk and active, with Sheep ruling; steady, and lambs selling l an advance of lc. f ft. lbe pen were almost cleared. Poor to prime sheep vild from SI.A0 to $.1.23 4- 100 Its., with si lected bunches brlngltig S.1.5". A3.70alid4i i-onimoii to nearly prime Ismlm from S:l. 1(714 to $4.ba. , Hevelnt or hogs te-terdaynnd Kwlay were 12,240 bend, of wlilili 1102 benil were for the market. Trade low at a decline of uc, per a. Inferior to choice Nlatr bog ik. Id from 83.50 10 95.75 v 100 SB. Ileal I'atate Auction Hales. Peter 1. Meyer & 10. sold yesteeday. at lllllros'd." wny, tin- two brick houses Ko. Iwh and 400 Water street, lots Ih.hiOO.H each, toJohnMurphy for $5,000 each. At the Ileal Kstute Kxchange. II. V. Harnett ft Co. sold No. v.1.',0 8cnhd avenue, a flve-biry brick tene ment, lot 25X3.ixlllO, to Knill Locb for $22,030. Real Ralnte Transfers. (I3lhst.ii, I73eathav,'.'5ilo0.5i Clus Don- oliuelojohll J Aator $93,000 llllh st.nK.2l3n.1tli av, 2Avl(Hl.ll Morris II Mernand wife to ItacheUlreen 21,200 11.1th st, s s, 243 w Atb uv, 20x100.1 Is Mary J Coo to Morris Leon . 19,000, Madison nv.ws, U.1.4 s tlllst st, 10.8x73: Chas II Hull toLoulsn. Mars 1 1 1 th st. n s. 225 e Atb ar, -.'Ox 1 00. 1 1 : Maurltx K Wertergren to Josipli Lane. .. 1 load st.s. 7.1.(1 iv Mauhaltan nv, 23x100.11; Wm II Hall and wife to John I'Rluger 88,500 113th st, n a, toil w (Irani! Boulevard, 23x 100.11 1 Wm 8chmltt and wire toMllvena McBrlde. . . 100 KdgeeoiiilaT,2."i3. I3X1W; I'rM'k II Meserro InTheoK Nrltulie , 10 10th av, s w cor IA7th st. 23x100; Wm Cohen and wife to Johanna IIIrM-hlierg I liremernr, es. .00 n lot 07 on toapof Well, brldgi'ville, Irrvg: Cornelius P Kliupdand et nl to Win ii Ver Mniiek 50,000 Simpson st. w , 177. H 11 Homo st. IilJixlOO. Katharine 1 Kitchen aud liub 10 Ills A Cudllpp 1 risemere pi. 11 s, 27,1 w .Munition nv, 23x100; AunleM under to Martha Wylle 5.300 Mmpsoti it. iv t, 210 11 Home st, 111.1,1011: Katharine 1 Kitchen nnd liusli to. Mary '. yicliotrell , S.600 l'ol.linlilst, ss, IH3.I' iv .i.lhony av, :l7i, 03; Kdward V Hurd and wlfotoThoiW , steuil 1 l'oiihani st. a s. 220 iv Anthony av, 37x01: Kdward V Hurl and win. turfnmuel II .. Jenulnga 1 Oakland pi, 11 s. 12.i w (Union av. 23x12(1; ( Adellierl Bicker and wife to Sophia rsjlunldt 4,000 Brondwar.r s. 25s plot 3onmap of-farm of Mary 0 I Macomb, Klngsbrldge: Myra Wheeler to John Fo'Nell 1,000 Hamnprop: Myra Wheeler to Morris llaah 1,500 Miiburlianst, us. 2 'l.lo w-Brlggs ar. 25x100: Thomas Butler to Monroe J Keith . 1 P.lthst. aa,205.t n 3d av, 33.Hx100.8i Jaeou Hchloscrcta!tol,copoid Kaufniauu 60,000 hame tmip: lorild Kaiifinnnii and wife to Jacob fk'hlnwer and ami 00,000 ArA.w a. 27.H n 70th st. 27.8x04; Martin Hchmeckenliecherant wlfMo Kllsx Lone. . 22,000 3.1 sv. 1107; Marl-i V. Herrlrk to Haiuuel II soma 1 llilh ar sveor IHth st, 23x73; John II Thlstlo toD.McI. Hhaw 1 35lh st. n a, goo w mh av. 17.10x00; Wm M Kraser bi John U Frarer B00 tlftthst.as. 75 w 1st av. soxHO; Joseph V I'osthauer toMary A Moran 1 .1.1th at. ns, 250 w Mh av, I7.1UX08.U: i:-j- bitii II Wooilsto Johr O Frsier ..... BOO UMhst. ns 381 w nth ar. 1HM00.8; I'atit'n Mrausa tn WlllUm Hchrader. 18,750 Aoihat,A23 West; Osoar Llademan.toLoulj llorowlu. , ... 28.QO0 Amsterdam av. a v vor BHtb st, BO.AxlOO; Jolm McKelvry to James Butler 1.500 74lli st, a. 22 w Central Park Wesl.23x 1H2.2; Henry J Hehloss to Bertha Tim 1 Totlist. 2111 West. Henry Chaltee to Loul--e I.lvltigatou 1 4Kth st. n s.22iie 7th ar. 201HU.V: Mury Le ling to William K lilodstone 1 Bin Ii si.ss.303 0 w.lstar,53.4xlti0.S; Mlcha?: Vuleutlne to Joseph llyatns andano 1 Forsytb st. 3D: ItlcbardM Henry, ref, to Deb orah J Milieu 1)8,000 Haiucpnip; Harris Mandelbdum etal to Mor ris Koseiithal and ami , 1 Same prop: I) J Mlllett to Harris Mandel- baumaiidano 21,500 12th st, a wcor 1st av, 23x100; Mary K Kent toUaryFKent..A 1 Ludlow at. ea, 50 a Broome, at, 10,1x75; Si mon Dreeben to Max Koblo 10,000 Lew Is st. i-s. 73 n btanton st, 21x100: John K Ward. ref. to (Ieorge V N Baldwin.- 17,000 3d nv. n c cor 32d at, 24.hxn.1i Fredk I llarnra to Henry TMoltee rial, exonlly A Cliiek. 43,700 27lhst,sa. IHHe7lhav,4l.llllH.U; Msnisret DTiHld.extx WJTMld.toJohliriN'orrls.. . 94,000 i'lithst, ss, 175 w li)iliav,2axUH.ii;HrnryJ Fisher to MailrM8haw . . ,,.4. 1 27lbst, as.223e loth av.SOxOH.0: Henry D" F Wei'kesto 1'hlllp McOoveru andano...... 1 Same prop; Alice Mctioiern to Henry De F Uivkes 1 23d,t. 248 Wet; bottle Hortitadt lo Josepu Mendelson. , . . 1 2iuhst, ss. 325 e 1st ar. 23x08.0: Jemlm.i 1'ayne to Unltisl Kleclrlc Ugbt and Power fi 10,000 7:1-1 at, 302 Fast; Albert Jacoby to Juhannettn Be,-k 18.500 87thsl.lis. 1UU.II AV A. 24.IIX10O.H; Wil liam V. Oestlng to Hermann O Ulurer nnd ano. 1 Madiwiu av, a ror llvtli st. 20x81; Ju!f4 Hidalgo lo Anthony 11 Vunderkleft . 1 fl.Mh si. 3(1(1 Kast; James F Crumble to Helen Held 6,200 OOlli !,. 203.11 w lat ill. (13.4x100.5; C'hai W Day Ion, ref, to Mitchell Valentine $2,800 blub si ns. Illlo 3.1 av. IflOxlOO.H; Joseph JgclirelnertuU.ufie Fenurll 1 rlrcbcciu hobtuicks. Beck, Jolisnnettijf'o AlWrt Jacoby and wife, ss-:i.l.t. l73eJilT.;J)rs ,' $1,130 Colahau. C'atharma.jo ltobert Boyd. a, execr, 11 Washlnston SCO yra, B.S0O ChamlaTs. FJIenM. 10 Wm Markutke, w a lUlhxaleav, srtttOll ITVthal.l r 500 Manic 10 J M Itanb.'same prop, 3 yrs , . ... 4.500 (Jrecnlierg, David and wife, to Hetirr De F Weekea et al, exya, a , Delaaeey at, 75 e lilt sl.Ayrs. f. . . . 15,000 (lottlleb. Aarou. toll r Blake, exr and trus tee. a:i PHI st, 5 yra 20,000 HIi-mIi, Henry, aud wife to Title Huaraud Trust Co, 12.1 Prince st. 3 yr, 40,000 llyams. Joseph, and ano to Mltchel Valentine, smith st. 308.0 w Istar.umtgs.ayrs 33,000 Hall, Win II, and ano to L'barh. K llall, a a load st, 75.6 w Manhattan a v.:i yra 16.000 Husi, bophla 1!, and alio to the KxceUlor haigsliauk,es Walton ar, 101.3a IBOthat, 2yr loo llorowlu, IjjuIs, to Oscar Undemann.522 W Both st, 3 yrs. 2,000 Kent, Mary K. bi I'atberlna How an, 1st av, a w ror KUist, Uyrs. ,. 8,500 Kitchen. Katharine i, and ano to the N Y and Suburban Coop Bldg and Loan Aaan et at, wahlmpsnn at, 177 n Howe at, 4 intgs, (u- atalls.il yrs.. .. . 6,000 Judson, Edward, and wife to J B Hoillband ano,irustC4',U7Crobyst.ayrs.g nitgs... 37,300 Kaufuianti. Leopold, to Win 1 Palmer, trus. . tee, a a 03th st, 2113.2 e 3d av. 3 yra, 2 mtgs. . 34,000 Liihrs, 1,0111, c, to Title (luar and Trust Co. 141 Wavrrley place.llyrs H.000 Milghan.faiharfne. tuj It Hallock,aall2th sl.ll5e3daT.2yr . 4,000 Morrison. Henry, exor and Iruatee. to Tttl (tuar and Trust Co, 300 Bruailway, Sir, ... 30.000 Han, Mary K, to Title uuaranteo and Trust Co, n e roe Klngsbrldiu road and Klrksldo av, ayrs. ... g.500 Mara. Louisa, to I lis II Hall, Madlsno av, w a.:i:i.4 a I3st st, Ayrs . 7500 Mandelbaum. Harris, aud ano to F J Middle- brook, 30 Forsyth t, I yr. 18000 Mahb-r, Helena, andano to Margaret luzlU. ' w a Fulton, sin) a Bayard st, demand... 77. .. 6 000 Nason, Alfred o. and wife to 8 1, K lingsr, d ' al. a a uth at, 2110 w Central Park West 13 llllgs), 3 and 5 J rs 140000 Noma. John (I, and wife to M 8 hire. , Tth ""'""' si, IHHr7tbav. I vr .. ... 23000 Morris. John (I. and wir ui M D Todd, eilr'lx. 1 """" s a 27th st. ION e 7th av, Ayrs. " ONell,JohuF. lo Myra'wkeeler. as Broad''. ' .TVlJ-4" ' wol4a.iuap farm of Mary (f I Macomb. 5 yrt. , .. ' 700 pollack, Baiiiutl, and wife to 8 k'il'ul'hrook' ea3.lav.h0.3uothat,yr.. r 0500 Held. Helen, tu James F Crumble, a s 63lh it'. lou , 2d av, installs OlS! ' . "' 0 970 HaUu Murrtat to Myraiealer.e a B'way.adi ' i,!ot0.ioapMa4-yCpfaconib.6yra. ...... 1.050 Itoessert. Kiull. and wKfta fW Stertre. w s Amsterdajuav. 71.11 a 130th ,1. I yr ' .. 6,000 Shaw. Masir M. lo 11 J Fisher, ivtU ,t, 175 w loin ay dejuand. ' " . . "a 7400 oH'O."'. l". ;h" ru. s s 3th , ' ua4 w vtbsv.lnsuiia. , . ' a 750 Kcbrelucr, Jiaupb J. el al to Frank Wiener ."2 m.LlfiQr.'-u ""lb si.183 r 3d a v. Ayrs 13.000 .?iel? -J B?u'"y'l4-ruIiCu,asbltJi '" st, teoid4av,3yr4. ia 000 iyiiS Taxsktjjlor!? Jt. tu heth M MlillieV .4 ,a'000 guantn, w a Edgecomb sv, 34.11 w ) 43th sx, Schneider. Uca, and wife to John Wood a '',M fta'itLit'.,.i.,W,.,'u0.'' ou'tlaudtav, I yr? 3.000 Bulllvau. ChrUiopru-r J. and wk, tu I;ry " Neustadter.(Wftet(J3tliatana 10 buSU. varu. a yra. -n nn Kl(SK.iIll"'',m,Frt-'ad . Slooo SlVauli f'8coii.se cor Coliunbus av sod Bcbnalder. Jos. ("! tu the Orpbaaa' Horn. '000 and AmIiub uf tbe J H Cburcu.IYrB ikSui :: ; '; ' ' . ' 1 .: .'i. . '? si, IMS Mar. 8 yra., 1, ,,...1 ..r..ii.,.iii.. 18,009 Toter. John W de T, to K J IllddlebroOk,' 1 ' wttllsist,lr ' ..i llkOOO- Cnger, Hermannnd wife to Wllhelmlna Oes- tine, n s 87th at, 100. 10 e Ave A, nyrs.... 4,000 Ver rianek, William O.to K A Klngsland el al, J lratera,s Bremer tt.gon n from lot 07, map illghbrldgeville, and other prpperty.a ... yrs..,.., ,. ... , .. .,., . 46.000 Belter, his, lo Title Ousr snd Trutt Company, IB Pell st. A yra.,,, .. .".., 10,000 noldstone, Wm F- snd wife to MarsLcbing, n s 48thit,2i0n7thav,9yrs.,. ,.'..,. y .. 8.000 RkcoaoxD Lfusct tewls, Mary, to Albert It, fcbattuek, 1B Bth- .:, st.Syr,..,.. .......j $6,000 Ryan. Wm J, and snrt to A Bpenneke, store,' Ac. Ilfluansevoort ii.Byrs. i,,ii.i.ilii.ei ( V-wO Tbe Reetor. Ac, Trinity tTiurch.loJasCarietr, . . lot 8flo. map Church Esrm, at yrt........,.i ,J.e30 tuft. Ijrnai snri lutrhel, lo P r Reynolds and ano, 823 E 23th st.il 7-12 yrs..... I 45 Oent, Mary M, to Marls I. dent, w s Wales av, 148 ft n Fox or lAOthsl, 2mx103. 6yra 1 $00 t'aart C'aleadara This Day- ' 8CTrirsCot-aT-OrsiTi4LTgai(.'-Recs.cii4Kiii8 Motion calendar railed at II A.M. 8rCUl.'Trt:--Hart I.-Csse unflnKhed. No. 1488, 1674, lT, 1877. 1878,1004.1800.2207,1307, 10181911, 1478, 1444 1443,4111, 1188, 101)0. I0IH. B4, 2278. I'srtjl.-Casa unflrtlshed. Elevated railroad cases. Tart Ill.C'asa unnnlshed. Cases from Part I. . . .ia . CisctIT CoraT.-rart 1 1 l.-Clear. Nos. 486, 1 618, 1 JW. 1 100, 7B0. ASI, S3O0, 1078, TOW, 8265. 2278, $BMI. 4884v 2801, Part L-Clear. Caaea from PartjII. rsr 1L casn unnnlshed. Cases from Part III. Part lVVCaM unnnlsheib Cases from Part III. . . ' HcanoaiTK's cofat Taub T-rru,. No day calendar. t'HAMBxna.-Motlon calendar called at 10:80A.tf. Tit I Probate Wnia of Solomon n. Uhlmann, Armle B- I lint, Joseph Zankl, Maria K. Raurk, Robert M. Tape. Mows Furat. at 10:80 A.M.: James D. 8mllh, ll , llrunner. at'JP.M. , , . .' coamox PLrAs-AreciAL Tgn(.-Clesr. No. SI. g,, 22.23. Kovrrv Txan.-Case unnnlshed. Noa-'lt, 11$, 89. 61. 88. 03, 97, 85.80. 120. 82. I0J.U1, I. , 4V j., 10. 11,28. SO, 102.120. 183. 128, 138,45, ioi.6,4B,' 1011,88. Tmi. Taaa.-Part I. Case unnnUirred. Nob. 879. 2287, 9001, 1128, 815. 67H, 2290. 1188, 1903,. I2B3. 1108. 1170. 1171, iH0,' 1207, 12B8, 1900,1170, 1971, 1272, 1978, 1974, ms!' I97M. 1217, 1978, 19TS, m 1280, 1281, I2H2. Part fl. Case unnnlshed. Cases from Part 1. part III. Adjourned for Ihe term. ... Hii-inion Cocst Sntciit. Trax. Motions. EiroiTT. "I TlRX.-Clear. No. 421, 478.481, 49 1. 803 JW), 807, 608, 810. 817.618,510,520.824,525,526, 697.6119. Taut Txaa.-Part I.-4'ase unnnlshed. Nn. 1970, 876, 877, . 101:1. 040, (ISm. Part IL-Clear. Noa. 603, 744: 588' 049.044.1446,83:1. Part lll.-Clear. 7oa. ."10(1. 809. CiTTCocar Srxciit Txrm. Motions. Tal.Tirju(i, Part I.-Case unnnlshed. Noa. 184. 69& 448. 481.466.576, 1014.846.322.87514. 882. 432, 471, 678. 888, 608, (121, ,. (151, 854, 070, 80S. 620. 84014. 850, 8, 10. 10, I9B, 91 217, 1H76, 800, 01.1, B29, 638. 640. 641, 849. 846, BBS, B7S. BH5. 688, B59. 804, H14, 823. 804, 885, 880. Part 1 L-Clear. No. 2B, 660. 63(1, 492. 941, 848. 706. 824, 807,006, 1022 to 1041 Inclusive, rati lib-Clear. Noa. r, 0(14.527.807,01, 41. 607, 880. 857, Wll. 117. 1001 t 1021 Inclusive. Part IV. clear. Short cause, Noa. 22113, 225H, 2250,1880,1688,1822, 2079, 2080, 9394, 2215. , " tl- ' ' "P -giuntKiJit. - " f TNUKR pTTlKAmNrt ciRKFtrLAST l IIIII.IABLKAUVEHTISXlWrM.'OBTnElB .. BU8INE88 AT s - ( "' 4Qf. PF.B LINK. I Oar new parlora contula all '- avallabla , flaaaelai Inroi-matloa. 4Ve are " 4 slate ass a little abend. ' (lor dally market btter Is aeat ira aaaa. request, nnd the Information enatalaeaf la lavalnable to lavealora. Our aereeataac , accurate rbreeasla la HO r cent. It caaaoS' be beat. T FISHER CO., 18 and 20 Broadway, ROOMS 30S,300,UIO,.1ll,lll2,320,33r,B39,23,8Jl, , and 823. .,.' , T (,. Address fori elegrams and caDie, -". "RAMLKIKSLONDON." , . - LONDOK. Beptsmber, 1804. WK beg to announce Uiat on thonrat day of 0ct4 ber wo shall remove jo , (II OLD HIIOAU 8TREF.T. LONDOK, E. C, where wa will conditio thn business of Amrfoa4 , Bankera. WALTER DEL MAlt Jt CO. , WALTER DFXi MAR. JiUUKNE UFXilAIl, 3ernber Naw York Stock Exchange. . 'iVr"E"lIAVI (tPENRtl AN .tll'.TOW! OFF1CK VK. V DER TUB MANAOKMtNT.Og, , . MR. WILLIAM 9. BACG at 30 West 31st st. (opposite Grand Hotels where every facility Is orfered for trading In Stocks, Bonds, j and Uralu. , .' ' , MACY & PENDLETON. Members X. V. Htock: Excbange. 88 Wall at. ' SUCCESSFUL DISCRETIONARY SPfCUUTION. I)epoaltiof$25.00and upward received. Dividends, paldsii.il monthly, .small Investors have same pro. ieetlnn afforded capitalists. t Highest referenevagtren. F. T. EVANfi. J It- 8: CO, 246 lUallo Bldg.. CblcagO. . Loans on Real Estate, TrTlthout charge for rxanalaatloa of 4tlla aari without unneceaaarr -Stlajf. Tie Motel Life Insurance 0u OF NEW YdRk-' Tc"- haa upward or tlTO ,000,000 mow loa'aea property la New York City and vielally. "Wltb Its arty years' aceuaiulatloa, of asx atracta or title, aiirreya, A-e this taaiisay la able to make Immediate loaaa W least east to borrower for dlsbamesea(a-aaa Ids tercet. Apply to ".,,." W. W. RICHARDS. Comptlfei1. MUTlMIi MFK BV ILDIXO, 0 Nftaa BU ''' -sl-ssssaa-as-- . , (BUttloms and Perttngn. fANlIATTAN RAlLrVIOilTATlK il No. 71 11ROADWAV. MKW YORK. October 8. 1801. Th annual meetlnx or the shareholders of ths yiANIIATTAN RAILWAY COUPANY will b held at the company'a office In New York city. No. 71 Broad- way, on the second Wednesday In Norcmber next (tho I4lh day or said month), at 13 o'clock noon. A Roam of Dim-tor for the niulngycarls tobS elected, and three lnjpertorsof P.Ietlon: The transfer Ixmks will remain rlnaed from FrMari . i l October IX at :i o'clock P. M. until Thursday, Noroii ber 15, al 10 o'clock A.M.. . D. W. McWlU.I AMS. Beareurr. ! OTICK I8"llEREBVlIVK"that a OXEItlt ' 1 MEET1NU of tbe HTOCKIIOLDBIta of lbs Lubro- , lelneOil Company will be held at the general efgeeof. said conieanj. lu the Equitable Building. Balllmore, d.,on Tuesday, thn 21 day of October. 1SV4. at 12 K I n clock noon, and that tbe undersigned, being rnipee lively Prealdenr and Treasurer of said company, ana together holders of a majority of tbe capital iuxi thereof, do berrby call aatdnieetlng for said Urns and , place. i , Dated Baltimore, Oot.g. tH04. L-i P'S'S.T.JJIi- PresMat,r J V. R K1BKK. Treasurer. l-lilrlfnds and nUttpi. ' I . cai.iJat'in ttXrios'iiCujLVK.'KKvifyoaSpTi i 1 1 Mil;. lau4.-Tbedlreetoraof 'this bank hare this , day declared a dividend nf yiVK per CKCT and aa exfr. dividend of ONK PER CEMTfrTut of ibl eaVSngs . i tllh P" montha, payable on and after October , r&n.f.r VTnlJ'RTrJlTER.Slg.ey ' HAVE YOU TRIED ' 1"'18 VrSv American District IBkn Messanger Service Xji ' at a rvledium Thrniirri .- Which to Send ' ? V , sfnPV Advertising iQjW ' 'IH THE SUN?'J!131 it is rniifir r CONVENIENT, and ' nruoni r Messenger fx Advertising Service " , Rat? the rKSasne as at Free. Vi , - Main Office ' OrnCES LOCATED AT ft PRODUCE EXCUANOr, A.M. TO T . fi. IS4 PEARL T 7s.lt TO g,v M 9 SZW BT, 7 A. M. TO 7 JCH, aai 120 BROADWAY, 7 A. H, TO P w 10 WALL T, 8 A. at. TO 7 p. if 120 tOhTtn-, gA.lt. TO 'soP.Jt M VULTOK r, X.U. TO 8 -.i , W Wl CHUaCH T, 7 A-fcT. -JO.J MRji, , J 1 M I