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I JAMES STEVENS DROWNED'
A his uodv rovxn ox tuv roar " HAMILTON BEACH. Ill Was a Jersey CUT pettier In Real Kstate aad Had Been Ceasplcuoaa la PeHHre Uld lie Ilrown Himself ar rati fram a r err j boat r Plert-Tme lulcldea That Saddened lltai. The body of Jamea Eleven of Jertor Cltr was found on the beach at the foot of Eighty eighth ttreet. Fort Hamilton, early yesterday morning. The Renewal theory It that he com mitted suicide, hut this explanation li not ac cepted hr bis family. Mr. Steven hid had burl trouble fo,' years, and his relatives think It 'ell Into tho river from a ferryboat or Dler when tuddenly attacked by the disease. More over, Mr. Stevens Lad been In bed ten days srlth Influenza, which may have aggravated bit heart trouble. It was about 0:3(1 yesterday morning: when Frederick Albert of Ninety-second street, near Seventh avenue, found the body of a man on the beach at the foot of ElgutveUhth street. Tho man was evl.tentlv about OS years old. Ha iris about fi feet 10 Inches tall, and weighed about 183 pounds. His hair was gray, and bli short, grlxxled beard was neatly trimmed. The bndy was dressed in a short green-mixed cutaway coat, blue ollot overcoat, white cotton underclotMng, whlto linen shirt, gray socks, white .'ollar, Mask, necktie, gaiter eioes, and abler ovriboet. In the Dockets were a gold ler-wlndlng watch, plated chain and cha-m. ' heavy cold-rimmed eyeglasses with case bear In the Initials U. It., two gold collar buttons, and one gold-plated shirt stud. The pocket book contained S4.80, a railroad ticket to Com jnunlpaw. dated March 10. a orlntod billhead bearing tbe name James Stevens.tsardener and produce dealer, 287 Communlpaw arenue, and addressed to Mrs. rtoinatne, 201 (Vest Twenty first itreet, this cltv. Tbe railroad ticket and the condition of the body showed tint only a short time had elapsed ojnee death. There were no marks of vlolerce jn the body. It was thought that the man bad committed suicide somewhere In the city ami the body had drifted down with tho tide, or that be had been knocked off the ferryLoat Ceutral when she collided with tbe floating in In elevator yesterday morning. Tbe Jersey l.Ty police noon learned that jatnes Htevens. cue tltre well known In Jersey City, had been rotiJlns from his home since 10 o'clock on the previous morning. Jamea Stevens. Jr.. tbe tldtit son. a as notified. He went to the Coney Iiland Morgue. Identified the body as that of his lather, and started away, after giving Instruc tions about tbe removal of the body to Jersey James Stevens was a coaln'ot James U. Fttvens, who committed sclclde In Jersey City three weeks ago. and some think that hli death li due tn the death of his cousin. He was very fond of his cousin, and was so mnch affected by bis death that he lou the former cheerl r.tu of his nature. Jnmes V. Sleens snot hlmielf on account of buslnees troubles, and a Jam's U. Stevens had started him In business ha tilt the shock keenly, although he was not financially embarrassed by his cousin's mis fortune. Another thing that seemed to affect him was the suicide of Calvin Child of Jersey Cltr soon after the death of James U. Stevens. Jamea htevens did not know Mr. Chllds per sonally, but Mr. Chllds had been a close friend ef James U. Stevens. for the last ten days Mr. Stevens had been sick with Influenza. Greatca-e wis taken In nursing him on account nf his heart trouble. On Wednesday morning be laot out of bed and announced his Intention of com ing to this cltv, where he ha., business to attend to. His wife tried to dissuade blm, but be insisted upon coming. He came over by the Liberty street ferry. His friend, II. B. Ecihardt, saw him on the boat and left htm tn Liberty street. When ne did not re turn that night his family telegraphed to his daughter. Mrs. Dumont of Brooklyn, to see If be was there. The reply was that he had not been seen tn Brooklyn. The next news re ceived byhl family was that of his death. The family's explanation U that Mr. Stevens started for Sooth Brooklyn to see his daugh ter, and. being seized with hesrt trouble. Tell off the boat and was drowned. Others think that he may have gone down to Staten Island or Fort Hamilton for tbe sail. Hltice he re tired from business a few rears ago he hail been resttess and often had laken.trlpa around New York. Mr. Stevens was ona of the best known RcotrhtD. In this country. For years he was the President of tbe Oiand National Cnrling Association and nad held office In the cnlef Scotch societies In the country. He was horn in fclea-rton. Scotland, sixty-nine years'ago. He rams to this country when nineteen years old and settled In Communluaw. where he did market gardening. He retired from this bust sees after making a comfortable fortune, lie was for J ears a conspicuous Democratic work er. He served severe! terms as Alderman In tte city of Hereon before It was annexed to Jersey City, and he ran for Assemblyman fonr times, being elected in 1871', 1877, find 1878. Since his retirement from gardening he bad dea,t in real estate, nts office being at 1MH 1'aclflc avenue. Jersey Cl.y. He left a widow, three sons, and two daughter). His sons are James Stevens. Jr.. William, and Ed ward. One of his daughters ! Mrs. George T. ltogers of Plalntteld and the other Mrs. Dumont of Brooklyn. TllF.T ItOX'T IjIKT. nSALET. ' Liberty Dawnrra Kay the Mayer's Marshal Discriminate I'njastly Against Them. The Liberty Dawn Association, composed of hackman, got a chance yesterday to get even with their old enemy, Mayor's Marshal Henley, when the Law Committee of tho Aldermen held a public hearing on tho resolution introduced by Alderman Lantry at the last meeting of the board compelling tho posting In a conspicuous place In all public hacks of the rates of fare; the card to 1x5 Inclosed In a gloss case. Alder man Lantry said that the ordinance was Intro duced at the request of Chief Conlln, but tho hackracn declared yesterday that Marshal Hcaley was Its sponsor, after which they pro ceeded to any some pretty hard things about him. John Carroll, the President of the Liberty Dawn Association, said that Hcaley had always shown a disposition to persecuto the owners of public hacks and that he discriminated against them In favor of tho livery stablo keepers and the night hawks. " r'lfst hr compelled us to buy badges." con tinued t lie speaker, " and no w ho says the badges sre not good enough, and lie wants to forco us to buy metal stars." Mr. Carroll added that glass cases insldehacks would tie a constant nuisance, and that passen gers aould bo liable to put their heads or hands t&tougb them. Joseph Thompson, another hackman, said the oeraWrs of the Liberty Dawn Association wanted to carry passengers for 25 cents a mile, Jul they wero prevented by the livory eublo keepers ho had a null with Healoy.nnd who Xecuti'd them wlrti Impunity. ' Inston objected to the proposed ordl panes because it discriminated in favor of tho oflemi keepers, who, ho said, wero the real r,ii3oI'lcn?B Uureau Is suffering from a com plication of diseases." he continued, "and it a a capable physician at Its head.'' it - fItKn .invr no added, was all right, and i!ouy wol'JJ work wel1 1' 'I wero properly E,0.r.'17'fTM',y,n1 "caley. Tho trouble was. ih li U.thiu .tl10 Marshal paid no attention to ei2Jt!llfhti",,ks B"'1 blacklegs, who wore tho Tmh 2emltf8' Th,ir wo" allowed to go about na rio as they pleased, wbllo tho regular hack jjn were held to the strict requirements of the 111 ?iM.inarrr also rel Marshal Healey. EifLlJv111 " uny ono attempted to tako tho 87S3 ?nl b"llrr "' ot tn mouths of his fain tK. lr,ccut nr" nlm ho would blow the top of " Persecutor's head off. stateo 'n. h.. was present during tho hearing, lliini ,i ",t1t ,ho hackmon would bring blm a wonM i'e "."''""d violations of tho ordinance bo Th. . ee "V" tho offenders wero punished, ef th.ini1i",',,c"nl". haartl arguments In favor A inn!. ',n,ilnr? ,0 I'coiiso horseless carriages. extPmri?? '""''resolutions will bo made at the "Mi meeting of the board. Ills uraln Elevator named. Ik'r kalo, jrarcu n,Th0 hig nrnn oierator w tho Krlo Canal, at tho foot of Ferry street, ju city. wM destroyed by llro this morning. u i nnl"B malt hou cauBbt flro from "" nylnt' sparks, hut was saved with llttlo aamnpe. Just at tho foot of tho elevator layn ona'tnnd,i?'r-.T,'u ,,V'I ? the elevator fell si S, i".Mil)l,rn011 '" Ihewator'sedgo. It owned hv' i nUmt :'3.K). The elovatSr was Clar' .?i,homu ?' "i'n ""d Htophon C. he hJif L .".'' al",0(1 t MMXW. Tho grain in The ii n h"!ui,'l l 8,000, was alio lost. Insurant "'" .ci','ua,cJ nt Sn.00O. with nn ai uiurancc of ubuiit l.'i,O0O. rl.iir, Irf,t,or, -nd (ioTi jOBM I i!'lm,i ll,ltlf' Ark" Mnrch ".-Tho ICRS- ismri. ndjoiirncil sine dlo at noon to-day without "Ming paused appropriation bills for tho exocu. I " ""'""'''"I'lopartmcntsdf tho HtutoGov- wnmeiit ami tho vurlous charltablo and cduca ,1 eu.1?, , 'i?'1"!1,0"?' The Senate. s has been tho 4 tutloi, r, lr,P.,hi0.,rn,V1" ot ,t,,,, J'fcent Constl- M liawnt ffi"! ll!MLt n 'redeil Pro tern., I', ,onMm,.Bl5, w,'hout ft successor to Gov M ruor will h maec !'.n.t or ,,,leot,1 ' "o" 14 , ur ,11 b compeUed to call an extra session. NsWstKL .t aaaaaaaaaaMaaiaS3iaawiyJ?-J.'.-"' .- :; rnrAircxAx akd coxxxxoijlx. Raw Yerk ttaek Kxehaara-MiMMareti II. CX1TXO BTATta.aKD HTATB BOXDS (IX Sl.OOOfl). 10U84s,r,lB07111t4i 10UB6s,r IU'i 10UB4S,e.ln07X13s HVaFdsbt&s OU84s.clOS01234l of lwOI.02OJ2'e closixo rnicBs or vmted states bonds. Bid. JLtUd. Bid. Allii. Un M Si, r. Un 81 Bs, r, atplofO. O&h 100 114 114S Un St 4s, r, Un Bt os, c, 1S07 Ill's 111S 1004 114, 114s UnSt4s. e, Un8t0s,r, 1007 1134 114 1BB8 103S Un St 4s, r, Un St 0s, r, 1049 1834 124 ,1830 iOQS Unt 4s, c. i8 123s 124 niartoAD and OTiicrt honds (ik l,0OOs). l'Atch adj 4s.... 40's 30 Hot P prior 4s 88U 0 47 3 SB's lBAtehgoUs 02N 4 88"s 1 814 2 Sor Tao tnl 8s. 54Ts 10 1 SCs 10 66 6 AUPaoln.... 6 661 04 i lKorfWcn4s 70 6 6NYAHlst.tr.1074 6AmTob scrip.. 73 1 K YALaek 2d.H0's 1 Ann Arbor 4s.. 70'i 10 N J CengnlSi.rl 13j 3 70T 1 NJCenrnlCs..H4l 1 AlbHcnes.rll8 13 NY Cent Is!, c. ICO 6AusWlst. 84 10KYCenlst.r..H04 10 80 26NYOdeb4s,..104 1 Brook MSd.... 44 3 N YCdebSs,..106' 17 Brook UnOBs.lOOS 1 Nash A Chat en. 10 2' 10CbsOcnBs1104 1 K Y,0StL4sl064 3Cbs0gnU4s 734 1 N W gold, 0....1 184 0 73's 2NWgold, r....H84 3ChsAO,IlA 7KWsf8 110 1st en 4s 101a4 7NW.f es,r....ll7 6 1024 2NY,OAWr4s 034 2 1024 4NY,OWenEsl004 1 102's 6OMtasensf..l04 1 103 fiORAX 1st. ...113 1 1034 00rltX4s.... 834 lC,UQ4s,Ner. 004 1 Ohio So 1st..... 804 lC.BAQdebBs. 004 2 804 4C.C,CABtI.4s, lOre 8 L8a.tr.. 1104 C.WAHdtv.. 88 10 117 3 CanSouth 1H..1 10 i HO'a 6CA0thAvlt,H64 40mStMs,tr 624 10ChlcANPlst,tr 43 1 PeoARast 1st. 70 13ChlcEIgul8.101 6 731, 6 100i 60P.BALElst..l00 10CotMld4s.tr. 14 2R.WAOsxBs.1204 6CM0OLACC0 4 Rock Isl ex Be.. 1044 1st 064 4 1044 l'ChAErle 1st. .1114 1 1044 lDenARQIBs. 824 10 Read gal 4s.... 81 4DenAROrn.. 88 4 81S 11 Dut AIR 1st. .101 1 Read 1st pt Ine 46 4DeBard.GAiee 824 20 464 1 824 lOReadSdpflne. 334 2EI.LI1B lit. 004 10 334 lKrlelstex 1004 10 BoPof NX 1H1034 6 100 10BtPAMalst,K 1 Erie en 1st 140 Mdlr 108 1 Er ml lien 8 4s. 064 1 8lPMa1st.Dexl20' lEqullOAFlSt 00 1 BtLABFg 84.11 14 BEdlson'EIlst.,1104 IBtLABPgBs. 074 0 1104 3StPItra. .1044 3 Ft Worth 1st... 68 7 St P 1st, I A )t 1314 2 6741 2 St Peon 134 3 6841 2 8tP1st,WAMBsH24 6 0raadROI.ee 024 6 1124 1 nockYalSe. .. 72 , 6StPlst,I.xDftal 104 1 nATCrnfts..l02ti 3 Rt I,B W 1st... 08 10HTCdeb4a. 00 IBtaaRATAs.. 72 10HATC gn!4s. 00'4i 18AAPtst4s 68 1 Iron Mt 1st.. 1024 2 684 8 1024, 1 684 6 102" 11 hc Oa 1st... 014 1 IntAOtNJd.. 7741 asoR'w.jN.... 804 3IntAOtK8d.. 31 14 00 2 IowaCentlst.. 04's 2 804 10Kanrcon.tr.. 744 fiBtJAOIIst.tr 60 10 744 1 TexAPaelstBs 80 10 Kan A Tex 4a.. 844 1 804 10 844 1 TexAPaeSdtn. 21 14KanATexSds. 604 10 214 13 00 10 214 1 Laclede O 1st.. 044 6Tol.PAWnlst 064 8Lake8hld,e..l234 lTC.tftRea,nd 87 10 123 2 874 1 1234 1 Un Paces.. tr,103 10 1234 2Unrae7s.. ..1014 10 Lake Kb Id. r.. 1234 1 Un Pan 07a. t r.103 26 1234 1 UnPao0aa.tr. 1034 2 I.eteSbDlTMsl 104 OUnPaoBF.tr. 024 7LouN4i... 704 6UnionKllat. .. 734 2L.N AACh litll24 1 UUtADellstBs 08 1 MABtI.enBs 103 2 VaMM gnl ....103 16ManR'y4s 034 2Wablst 1074 8 CSV lWe.tSb .107 20 034 6 West 8b 4s, r... 1064 IMoPaoBd 1024 lWKYAPagnl 40 1 NorPaoT 1st. .1084 3 Wllkeaft Es 1st 80 14 10841 Total sales of railway bonds (par value), (1,048,000. RAILROAD AND OTHER ATTARES. Open- High- ioip. , CJoirfnj , Salt$. tng. nt, ttt. Bid. Atktd. 18IRAmSR.1164 1104 1164 1104 1104 7ISAmflRpl044 1064 1044 1064 1064 ISOAmBM. 134 134 134 134 134 408AmSHp 334 344 334 34 344 lOOAmCabl 88 88 88 87 80 94B0AmTob. 784 784 774 78 784 t ATobpfl004 1004 1004 1004 1084 680 Ateh.T BFe.... 12 12 12 114 124 B4SAtCb.TA BFe p.. 23 234 23 234 234 SOOBaltAO. 10 10 10 164 164 400BUnO. 074 074 07 07 074 Can So.. 404 47 404 404 47 lOCentPao 04 04 04 104 11 400CheaAO 174 174 174 174 174 t84BCbloOaa 77 774 704 774 774 213 C C C4 StL... 284 284 284 284 20 SB10CANW107 1074 1004 1074 1074 81)81 Cb.BAQ 774 774 704 774 774 901OC.M8tP 774 774 774 774 774 617 CM A Bt Ppf. ..1304 1304 1304 1304 137 140C.KIAP 08 08 08 08 084 1 in Col Fuel. 21 21 21 204 214 Z468 Con Oas. 1634 166 1634 166 1664 879DAIIud.l084 1004 1084 1004 1004 8D.LAW1634 1634 1634 87Erlelstp 324 324 324 33 334 60FIWAD O.s 6 6 44 otSOenEleo 35 36 34 35 35V, 010 Harlem. 200 300 200 208 ISO III Cent.. 03 03 03 024 04 1S4B Lake Sb. 170 1704 1004 170 1704 3400 Lou AN. 404 404 404 404 404 lSStOManCon 84 864 834 844 86 18 M ASIL Istp... 70 70 70 70 70 8348MoPae.. 204 204 20 204 204 100UO.KAT 124 124 134 124 13 1017M,KATp 31 314 31 31 314 8874 M J Cent 034 044 034 044 044 889NYCnt 074 074 074 074 074 PNatLead 234 234 234 24 244 B7.NatLdp 004 014 004 01 014 160 NY, OA fitLsp 284 234 284 284 20 HSKAW.n 144 144 144 14 16 lOONAWp.n 204 204 204 20 28 ISotNorPao. 14 14 14 134 14 NPaop.. 374 38 374 374 374 lOBOntAW 144 144 144 144 144 690 Pao Mall 204 204 204 204 204 880 P. D A F, 14 ,14 14 aoiOPbllAR. 264 264 264 264 264 000 Phil A It lip.vrl 304 304 304 304 31 83PulPal01014 102 1014 1004 102 lOOStLASF 6 6 6 44 64 iOOSt L AS Fitdp. 144 144 144 144 16 4188tPAO. 604 674 604 674 674 8666tan!lAT 04 04 04 04 10 800 So Pao.. 144 144 144 144 144 lOOHoRwy, 04 04 04 04 04 800 So Ry p. 274 274 274 274 28 B10TOAL. 274 274 274 274 28 BB7 Un Pac.. 7 7 7 04 7 188UP.DAO 14 14 14 14 2 BOOUSllub. 184 184 184 184 10 lOSUSIlubp 704 704 704 70 72 400USLp.. 604 604 604 604 604 80 Wabash. 04 04 04 04 04 HBOWabp.. 164 164 164 164 164 1085 WU Tel 834 834 834 834 834 18UWALG. 14 14 14 1", l Total sales, 103.140 shares. U03TO.N CLOBiXO QUOTATIONS. Bid. A$itd. Bid. .tiled, nosAAIb,.216 NewEngT, 1024 HosAMe.,,100 West Kite. , 244 264 CbloJ coin. 1 064 100 (IcuEloop., 77 80 ChlcJpf ..108 100 Hi'i & Mou., 1 2 1 4 1214 Fttcbburgp 03 034 Cal A Hecla37(j NewEngp. 67 00 Osceola 32 324 MexCcn4s 07 08 Qulncy M...1 1 1 1114 Old Colony, 180 TaiuMln. 120 121 V Kit com. 734 Merced Mln 0 111 Steel,.., 364 37 I'loueerM.. 64 0 Domln'nC. 84 84 8YsabclU. 134 14 AmIXUTsl2S3 224 rjULADIXPHIA ClOSJINO QUOTATIONS. Bid. Atked. Bid, Atkld. Lehigh Yal. 20 204 UO Imp Co 731, 7314 LCANCo. 30 40 WOLCo.. 43 44 PennRll.,, 624 63 KIBBcom. 20 27 CPRofI,. 18 ElflBpf... 28 20 PhllaTraa. 714 72 PII.LAPo 144 144 Union Trao 124 124 PILLAFp 334 334 EAPTC. 144 144 WelsOcom 10 21 Met Trao, .,107 108 WelsOpf.. 02 024 OTof.VJS 28 20 Bait Tract.. 18 184 OTKJBBs 804 00 CniCAOO CW31NQ QUOTATIONS. Bid. Jtkld. Bid. Aiild. AmBtr'bd.. 20 27 LBt"L"etfs 144 16 Canal AD.. 02 03 Mil Brew... 11 114 ChBrewpf 384 304 NY Biscuit 444 46 CltyR'way. 226 NChStRy.222 284 Dlam'd M.. 1274 1204 WChStRy 00 004 Lake 3 "L" 174 174 LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS. Atehlaon. aap 144 Norfolk ft W pf.... 104 Canadian raclflo... 644 Northern Peelflopf. 384 Chesapeake A Ohio. 174 Ontario AWnst,.... 16 Erleoon.aap. 144 Pennsylvania, 644 Erlelstpt 344 Reading, 1st a p.... 13 Illinois Central 064 Ht Paul 704 Kansas A Texas,,,, 134 South Railway 04 Lake Shore. 173 South Railway pf.. 284 Louisville Hash.. 604 Union Pacific 7 Ksw York Central. 004 Wabash pf. 104 Thursday, March 11. Tho subsldenco of thowarscaro abroad hadn favorablo effect upon tho London market for securities, which was In turn rcflectod here. At the same time there was no matorlal Increase In tho volumo of trading and virtually no chango In its character. It Is significant, however, that tho buying of a few stocks against short contracts and a very moderato investment demand sufficed to advance prices all around and In many cases materially. Driefly described, the market was very narrow, chiefly professional, and strong throughout Note worthy net advances, that is approximately 1 V cent, or more, wero rocorded for Jersey Cen tral, Omaha common, Consolidated Oas, Lako Shore, Manhattan Hallway, Delaware and Hud son, and Harlem. Tho dealings In the last, though less" than COO shares, were tho largest In that stock In a longtime. Two transactions of 100 shares or moro were made, and tho final price was about 10 points above tho last transaction mado on the Stock Exchange, though n number of prlvnte sales In tho neighborhood of 300 have been made In tho last few months. Tho only ex planation of this movement Is tho fact thstthe company has 12,000,000 of 7 V cent, bonds that mature threo years henco and which obviously can be funded at a much lower rale, to tho manifest advantago of the stockholders. Tbe oxcellent showing of the Omaha Company for Its last fiscal year shows that the dividend recently declared upon the common stock was fully warranted. During the last half of the day tho bond market gave signs of fresh ani mation, and this was generally regarded rw a most encouraging symptom, Ppeculatlro senti ment was also Influenced to an extent by various advices from Washington Indicating speedy action upon tho tariff measure that will bo sub mitted to the extra session. Tho closing was strong at about the best prices. Final sales compare with those of yesterday as follows: JfnreMO.JfarrMl.l JfareA 10,.VareA 11. A.TABFep 23 234J.N J Cent .. 034 044 AmBRef..! 164 1104 Omataarom 60 674 AmBRef p.1044 1064OntA W .. 144 14 AmTob.... 784 784 I'ae Matl .. 20 204 AmBpM... 13 134 Rorklsland 08 08 f.BAQ.... 704 774 Reading ... 264 264 Con Oaa. ..1624 166 iStPeom... 774 774 CbleOu... 77s, 774'SnR'way . 0 04 OrnEleo... 344 364'!oR'way p 274 274 KanATpf. 304 314 Stand HAT 04 04 LnuANaah 404 404ITC. I All.. 274 274 ManbCon.. 834 86 UB Rubber 184 184 Mo Pacific. 104 20VU8Rnbpf 004 704 NWrom.,,107 1074)UBLealhp 604 604 NPaopf.... 374 374,Wahatapf 164 164 NYCent.. 074 074WUnTel.. 83 834 Oovernmenthondsflrm. The 4a of 1007 closed 84 V cent, higher bid. Hallway bonds strong. The features wero Chesapeake and Ohio It. and A. 1st consol 4s, Kansas Pacific, consols, t, r., Kansas and Texas 4s, South Carolina and Georgia lata. Lake Shore, New York (Vntrnl, and Heading Issues. Tho moro important not advances wero In Chesapeake and Ohio r. and n. 1st consol 4s, Hi Vrent., tn 1034; Kansas 1'acllla consols, t. r.. a, to 74't Kansas and Texas 4, V. to War Lake Shore 2d c. a. to 123, and 2d r.. a. to 123"; N. Y. Central 1st c. 1 to 120; 1st r.. r'. to HOKi. anil ilubcnturn 4s, m?. to 107; Heading 1st preforenco Incomes, V, to-lMj, anil 2d preference Incomes, a,, to 3:14, and Houth Carolina and Ocorgla lsts. Hi V cent., to til's. Commercial price of hnr silver In Now York, O-Tsc. liar silver In Ixindon closed at 20 3-1 Od. Mexican silver dollars wrru quoted at 4()3tc. Money on call, mwni V cent. Time moncv firmer nt 2a V rent, for ninety days, 3 V cent, for four, Ave, and six months, nnd 4 M cent, for nlno and ten months on good mixed fitock Kxchangn collateral. Commercial paper dull. Prime Indorsed bills receivable are quoted at 3 cent., choice and prime single names at 3Hj'i4 V cent-, and good names at 4(t4Hi VcenL Sterling exchange ruled dull until near tho close, when there was a llttlo mora Inquiry, and tho market left off with a ilrmrr tone. Conti nental exchango was quiet and steady. Posted asking rates for sterling. sM.HHHi for long hills and 1B4.8H for demand. Actual rntcinro: Lone hills. tU.B3!i'it$4.No4; sight drafts, .H7d S4.874, and cnblo transfers, St.874ti4.87i... France are quoted nt 3.184(ifS.lHi for long and o.liiVIS.lfl for short; relchsmarks. n.Vjtil.V for long and nS'udnS'a for short: guilders, 40 MOvl 40's for long and 404(440 S-10 for short. Domesllo exchnngo on Now York: Iloston Par nnd ft cents discount. Charleston Iluylng, rnr: selling, s premium. Savannah Hinlnir, 1-10 off: selling, par. New Orleans Hank, ij-l premium; cnmmorclal, 20 cents discount. Sun Francisco Sight, 10 cents premium; telegraph. 16 cents premium. HI. Ixiuls 2ft cents discount hid. Chicago 50 cents discount. Cincinnati Ilotwecn banks, CO cents discount; over counter, par, Tho Chicago, Mllwaukco and St. Paul Hallrond Company has declared a semi-annual dividend of 2 V cent, on Ih common stock nnd 3a V cent, on Its preferred stock, payable April 10. Tho Northern Patitln Hallroad Compony re ports gross earnings for February of ifi.132,733, a decrease of $22,208 ns compared with samo month last year. The Moxlcan National Hallroad reports gross earnings for January of $440,807, nn Increase of 25,040 oa compared with the samo month nf lust year, and not $107,100, a decrease of $1,008. The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis nnd Omaha Hallway Company reports for tbe year ended Dec 31: 1808. 1803. CAancm. Oroas earnings. 8,168,103 87,804,784 Ino. 1(147,480 Oper.expenses. 6,187,034 4,880,03V Iuo, MUO.Ui-U Netear's..tn,0lv,16U 8V.il7a.lia lno. 1347,047 Int.andrent'U. l.Stti.UOO 1,B:I5,N78 Dec. 18.87H ProBt 8I.40ll.HBU 81,138,888 Inc. 8303,00 Olv.onpf.st'k. 787.07H 787,078 Balanoe..,. 87lliIl 8318,837 lno. 8883,088 Dtv. on common Stock, 8 p. C. 870,088 ,. luc. 870,083 Surplus J340.0U1 8848,837 Dec. 87,800 There was no chnngo In tho year in either tho inlleagu operated, lno aggrcgato amount of capi tal stock, or the funded debt. Tho revenue from passenger t nilllo (20.78 V cent, of total earnings) foil off 1.50 V cent, from 1803. The number of fiassengors carried decreased 1.42 V cent., while ho number carried ono mild Increased 2,07 tent. Tho arrrngo rnto per passenger per mllo declined from 2. 170 cents for tho previous year to 2.378 cents. Freight earnings Increased 11.7ft V cent., duo to a heavy move ment of grain from tho St. Paul and Sioux City division to Minneapolis nnd Lnko Superior. Tho number of tons of freight carried In creased 13 V cent, and about (id V cent. In tho tonnugo of. grain alono. Avcrago rato per ton decreased .88 V cent, and tho number of tons carried ono mllo Increased 23.30 V cent. Tho average rato per ton per mllo fell from 1.130 cents In 1805 to 1,042 cents, n decrease of 0.30 V cent., while the average distance each ton was hauled Increased 0,38 M cent. Shipments of flour, mill stuff, and live stock increased ap preciably, whllo othor commodities, especially lumber, showed a corrcspondingalllng off. The Long Island Hallroad Company reports for thu quarter ended Doc. 31: 1880. I BOS. Change: Oross earnings 8830,730 1830,068 Deo. 888,888 Oper. expenses,,.. 038,803 040,078 lno, 10,787 Net earnings 1178,883 8818,080 Dec. 143,116 Otter Income 03,833 37,830 Deo. I,U06 Total 88011,780 8B,8iio Deo. 147,110 Fixed charges, ... 308,101 870.U87 Inc. 81,104 Deflclt u,B8l 814,100 Inc. 178,873 Cash on hand ff09,0 1 1 nnd profl t and I033 surplus 8)674,373. Ono of tho counsol In tho Hocking Vnlloy Hall roud Iwnd litigation says; "Thu stateinont pub lished that tho Circuit Court has dismissed tho c-nsu of the Contrnl Trust Company ugiiliist llurko la without foundation In fuel. Juilgu Piigh In tho Court of Common I'loas refused to permit tho Central Trust Company tn dismiss ita nctlun against llurko nnd others. To roverxo his decision, thu casn was taken by tho Trust Company on error Into tho Circuit Court. On Tuesday of this weok tho Circuit Court alllrmod Judgo Pugh's decision and dismissed the petition In urror of tho Trust Com pany. Tho mistake in tho noivspapcrs seems to I have, arison from an erroneous Impression as to what action had been dismissed, tho pnbllo state ment being that the action against llurke had been dismissed; whereas, in fact, it was the pe tition of llurke. speaking through tho Central TrustCompany, that thoclrcult Court dlstnlssed. Instead of that company being permitted to go outot court, tho ofloct of tho doclslon, both In tho Court of Common Pleas and In tho Circuit Court, is that it shall remain in court for tho purpose of adjudicating the rights ot the bond holders." Tho trustees of the first mortgogoof tho St, Paul, Minneapolis nnd Manitoba Hallwav Com pany have Just called for redemption $337,400 iionds, completing tho retirement of tho entire $8,000,000 Iwnds of this Issue. Thu second mortgage I) V cent, bonds ($8,000,000) aro now tho first lion on 021 miles of railway In Minne sota, Including tho terminals nt St, Paul and Minneapolis. Tho consolidated mortgago bonds (OVcont. nnd 4 o t cent.) become the tint nnd only Hen on tho company's land grant, and on (170 miles of railway In Minnesota, and n socond Hen on the remaining 1,873 miles In Minnesota and tho Dakotas, tho prior liens on which average only $7,300 por mllo, Tho Comptroller of the Currency bos Issued a call for reports of tho condition of the national banks on March 0. Tho amount of gold deposited by tho Asso ciated Unnks In tho Clearing Houso vaults wat Increased to-dnr by $700,000, making tho total amount $31,220,000. Tho receipts of tho Government to-day wore: Customs, $320,303; Internal revenue $043,182, Mid miscellaneous, $40,277, a total of $1,212. 812. Tho disbursements, Including $300,000 for ponslons, were $1,455,000, nn excess of ex penditures ovor receipts of $242,188. Tho re celnts for tho fiscal year to dute have been $210,484,240, and expenditures $200,020,334, 1111 oxcess of expenditures over receipts of$30, 445.001. Tho not assets of the Treasury at tho close of business to-day, as orllclally computed, compare with those of yestorduy as follons: MarcS 10. .VareA 11. Oold coin and bullion.,,. 8160,830,888 1161.080,30.1 Bllverdollars and bullion. 18,180,841 18,880,083 United stales note 13,087,017 13,030,073 Olber asaela In excess ot demand liabilities 80,748,880 28,180,800 Available cash balanoe, Deluding gold balanoe. S811, 818, 488 8811,470,743 Money in London, 1431H)cont. Hate of dis count In open market lor both short and threo months' hills. 1 0-lt)318 V cent. Tho Hank of England minimum rato of discount unchanged nt 3 V cent. Tho proportion of Its resorvo to itn liabilities Is 34.83 Vocnt.. ngalnst 62.05 V cent, last week and 112.40 samo week laatyoar. Hill lion In tho Hank of Kngland decreased last week A30S.OO0. and tho reserro decreased 585.000. Paris advices quote 3 V cents at 102 francs 83 centimes. Kxchnngo on Ixindon. 23 francs 17 centimes. The w cekly statement of tho Hank of Franco shows a docrenso of 837,000 francs gold and a decrease of 3,470,000 franca silver. Electric Stock Quetatleas. DosTOf, March 11. Tbe closing quotations of electrlo stocks to-day werei Bid. Aiktd. Edison Electrlo Illuminating 146 1 66 Oeneral Electric 36 364 Oeneral Fdectrlo pf 77 80 Lamson Consolidated Store Berrloe,., 214 22 Westlnxbouse Ktectrlc 244 264 WesttnthouseKlectrto pf 61 62 Fort Wayne Electric j 1 Fort Wayne Electrlo (series A) 2 34 Thomson Houston (series C) 3 Thomson-Houston (series D) 34 4 COMMF.llCIAT. COMPKXn. TncnsnAT, Mnrch 11. Orain Wheat Spot was easy, but in good demand. Sales 201,000 hush, for export. Of spring wheat. 50,000; No. 1 Northern spring. 120,000, nnd 32,000 spring wheat, red, on prlvnto terms. Freo on board afloat: No. 2 red. 81V024c.: No. 1 hard. New York,8rtc.;No.l Northern 8prlng.Duluth,835jc. Duluth received to-dny 73.R37 hush., against 111,701 last year; . Minneapolis 103,100. against 174,090; Chicago 12.000, against 43,0211; 3111 waukeo 11.030, ngalnst 20.O00; Toledo O.hoo, ngalnst 4.700; Detroit 2,023. ngnlnst 10.300. Futurra declined Ikc. to l'sc Future sales 2,243,000 bush., as follows: Lnsl Optnintf. Iltghfit. toirttt. Clottng. Sight March . .. .... wilt M4 May. .. 804 n04 784 784 ("04 June.. .704 70 "04 "' July.. 7H 7nt, 764 74 7HV, Sepfmb'r 734 734 734 7114 734 Barley Was dull. New feeding, 84r84c, cost and freight tn IlurTaloi malting. U3t48c , as to qual Itr. Rye Was lower. Slate. 4(14414m , v Weatern, n4'4374c.. cost and freltbt to Buffalo. Corn spot was nrm. Sales 83,000 busb , Including 8,000 Nn. 8 lulled, at 884c, free on board afloat fur export. No. 8 rutxed In elevator quoted 88v,c.i un graded mixed old In elevator, in.nnn at 81c.i steamer, 87c. Futures declined 'sc. Future salea 148,000 busb., as fotlowsi OpninQ.Uigrt. Tjmntt. doting. Sight March 804 vu Mar 804 8W4 ir4 w 8H July .3m, 111 u nn, nn, u, September. . 384 884 1184 U8j 1184 Oats Npot was steady. Bales sn.non bush, track while it 833:uic, and 1,000 No. II while clipped at JSc. No. 8 wbltc, iMe.t No. 3dn, 88C.1 Nn 8 white clipped. 8So.t Nn. 8 inlieil, 88c.i No. S dn, 8le.i re jected mixed, .'ll.M rejected while. 814c i No. 8 raised, delivered, 811c i track mixed, Vl84c. Fu tures decline.! i,.c Future sales 8(i,oou bush , as folloas' fill Owning. Highrnt. Ijittftt, Cloiing. Sight Mar 814 81 VI 4 8 1, 814 Liquidation nflnnn wheat by tired holders cause.1 a sharp break In prices tn-da. The cables weredlsap IKilntlnir, and the peaceful political ndvlcee caused a weaker iirnlnx. Iut on coTerlnit of shorts pilcea rallied, Mitseituently, however, the tnue iMv-ame weaker on renewed liquidation, and prices ra Illy receded The (lovernment reptirti-il the farmers' re erres nn March 1 at nooo.wio hush . against 183. uOO.IHiu a year aKn and ".''.ooo.ooo in lf-u.1, Llvrr HMil was dull but steaily, Paris advanced 4c llerlln aalrancM sllKhtly The Nnrthnestern receipts were 1181 cars, against 317 last week and :i.v last year. Chicago received 11 cars, against 0 lat week an.l 33 last year. The Cincinnati lYirr Current lu Its weekly crop summary saldi "Excessive moisture re tards marketing nperatlnns. Tho Influence nn crow. Ingwh'At Islincertalni probably not prejudicial tn much nf an rxt-nt. Unfavorable odt icea arernnnned to regions previously reported," Corn declined lu sympatli) wlthwlnat. The export business was re ported eothc. The lloveramcnt report garo the farmers' reserves nn March I as l.lfll.uiio.nuo bush, Chlcano recelrcil 1 n:i i erst tho receipt there to-morrow are estimated at 147 cars. Oats were caller. Chicago received 170 cars andexectM82ritn morrow, Chicago. March 1 1 " Nuthtnj Is more clearly demon strated by the action of the market tn-dar. or. In fact, fnr the past thirty days, than the fact that peo ple are tint golnir to buy more nf anything than they waut for Immediate urn'. The statistical rlluatlonof the wnrld's wheat supply, which culminated yester. day by the Onvernnicnt's estimate of only H.i.000,000 bush, of wheat In fanners' hands, has liern all that the most enthusiastic believer In higher prices could wish for. Notwltlutandlng this ami the political situation abroad, the Inevitable fact remains that there Is mom offered at the price than Is wanted fnr Immediate use, and the speculator whn usually rarrtea the surplus till It Is wanted haa ticen and Is particularly conspicuous by his absence, Those who bate tteen fortunate enough tn buy large lines down In tho sixties, anit fob lowed the market up with a fair average, havo been the must persistent holders until to-day, when they, tno, apiiear tn haw In-come discouraged, and largo lines of what Is generally known as wheat bought and held as an tnvritment have l-een thrown nnlhe market. Scalpers and quick traders, who reallso a profit or a loss In a short time, wero the principal buyers, ouly to throw their purchsses on tho market again when they discovered tho apparent endless line of long wheat coining oat. Tho condition Is plain, 1'arttea whn have held for higher prices simply got tired and discoursed, and tbere were few i)rrs. The decline will iindoul tcdly continue till t le insrket strikes a point where exporters and mill era will alsorli the offerings. A much smaller amount will lie takeuby shorts than usually, as the short ilo rient hss lieen very light eln"o tho recent war scare. It Is probahle that the decline will bring buyers for toe Northwestern wheat, and the holders of that wheat will In turn buy In their hedges that they have sold In this market. Corn tins been steady, notwithstand ing the dccllno In wheat. There was some selling early through commission houses, but not enough firesaure tn ot erlsn the demand. Clearances continue arge, over one-half million bush, to day; rrcelpta are light." 'Lorn Was dull and easier, owing to the break In wheat. Salea 8,800 bbla. Bnncti. Sack: Receipts 0,7118 18,887 Exports 0,80'J 8,n70 Winter In bbls.i Superfine, 88.70(488.801 No. ioitra, (8.80(488.701 No. 1 extra. 3.I.Vo8H.lli clears, eil.73 alU.U.'n straights, ,83(4S4.33 patents, S4,83u 4.41). Mill feed was steady 1 ut dull, llrnn (40 fts i, v 100 Its, oru70c,i shorts (110 Iks.), HAm7Ic.i mid dllngs (80 to 100 ns.,n8(7uc.isliarpnno),73ari3c. Cottos Spot cottou here wiu. unchanged, with sales of 8,338 bales for rxHrt and 848 for spinning. Mid dling uplands 74c, aalnsl 74c last yeuri Now Or leans and (lulf, 74c. nga'nit fo. lait jesr. Tho Southern spot markets were unchanged. New Or leans sold 4,00(1, Norfolk .'-'. Mobile 300, Augusta 1)3, Savannah 08, and St. Louis H bulcs. Liverpool was unchanged nu the spot, with sales of H.oiii) balest futures there closed unchanged to 4 IkiIiiI lower, lu Manchester yarns were ipilrt but steady t cloths quiet and unchanged. Tbe Ilombay receipts fnr thu week were 08,800, against 30,01111 last jeari ship ments to (Ireat llrltaln 0,000, against II,. 000 last year, and tn the Continent 10,000, against 31,0011 lost yenr. Aujmtu received toulay 880 bales, against 088 Isat week and 11(14 last yeari Memphis 844, against 477 last week and 831 last eart Ht. Louis 487, against 1H1 last week and 1 33 last yeari Houston 8,0311, against 8,417 list week and HAS last year. Augusta sIiIihwI 1,730, Memphis 1,838, ht, Louis 1,837, and Houston 1,138 bales, Houston ex. pacts .to-morrow 8,81)0 tn 11,01)0, against 8,:0U last week and 1,180 last )ear. New Orleans exiieeta 1,1(10 to 1,500, against 8,381 last neck and 8,707 list year. The port receipts were H.nuii bales, against U.8U7 last weok uud 8,838 last enri thus far this week 83,700 bales, agulns, 11, Km thus far last week. The nximrts from tho imrts wero 81,838 bales, New Orleans adiaiu-ci; ,1 jiolnis, but Inst the lniprnremcnt. Futures here advanced 8 tn H iolnts, liut lost the Imprnvemci.t. and closed quiet ut a net decline of It In 4 points, with hjiIco of 118,800 bales. The future trading was as follow si Clotlng. UtahtMt, Luutil. .Sufes. March. ...il.lii'ivu.iit il.ini u.ui) I nil April. . il,tni'4il.U7 7,03 li.UH i.iiiii May ... .7.0017.111 7,08 T.uu 81,11011 June. . 7.0l(7.o.1 7 111 7.01 il.uiiii July 7.OH047.OII 7.1ft 7.01" 0,11011 August . 7.110(47.10 7.17 7.10 17,81111 Neptember..8.en,t(l.8'J U.hil H.HI 30(1 Outuber. .11.10(4(1.71 0.711 0.7J 1,4(10 November. 0.78U0.7H il HO 8,7,1 ll.tuii December., 8.?0a0.77 d.8l 8,78 8,000 January. ,..8,80(ita.88 8.87 8.87 Boo There was nothing In tho news to day to stimulate " ' ' ' T- trsdlng, sad ttUt, a fSatanHss seatten the market elcsxl quiet at a small -net dscllna for tbe day. Tba Llvsrpool news was better than had been expected, snd. together with a small demand for Liverpool and , local aooount, ean4 as advance here early In the day. Tbe traylbg power was soon exhausted, how. ever, and In the absence ot continued supportprloes lost the Improvement and slowly receded. The re ceipts at th ports wsre small and tbe total for the week is estimated at 73,000, against 88,078 laat week. Tbe quantity to poaie In sight Is now estimated at vo.ooo, against early estimates of 1 10,000 bales. Corrzx Rto on the spot was dull sndweakt No. 7, u4t$B4o. Hales 40U bagsllaracalbo on private terms. The future trsdlng wss ss follows Aill. Itlghtit, Loieeit. Ctottng. January 80U 8.70 8.7(1 8.70(48.80 March.. ,s,?o f).ac i,,iii 8.MSSH.01 April 830 8.111 8.83 8.80(48.83 May 7,3011 8 80 8.83 8.80(48.83 June 800 8.8(1 8.80 8.80(4H.83 July ..8,000 8.83 8 81) 8 8008.88 Repteinbor... 8,83(1 8.03 8,83 8.03(48.70 October., ,,.,8,0011 . ,, .... 8.83r8.7B December, ..V.00O 8.76" 8.70 8.70(S8.78 Futures hero closed itiadr wlih prices uncharged to five polnu lower. Tretalea were 83,800 bags, navre declined 4f., but rallied and advanced 4f, Hamburg declined 4e, Rio wai quiet at 160 rels decilnil re cclpta 7,000 f stock 88U,000 eichsngn Hd., su al vance of 4d, Rantos wis quiet at 400 rels advancei receipts lB.OOOi stotk 4811,000. The cables to-day were bearish, but tbe market ruled stialy on cover ing of shorts. There was considerable chaugtng from JIarch to later deliveries. Naval 8T0nts-Dull. Bplrlts turpentine, 804980o. common to good strained rnslfl, 81.03. I'KTnoLlX'H Crude certlfleates were unquoted here 1 In Oil City Blc. bid. Renned unchanged. I'Rownoxr-LaM dull at 4.80c. l'ork fairly actlvo snd firm. Mess IB.COdlO. Tallow U4c- Chicago, March II. I'rovlslons were flrm and sold higher. Outside of some buying by packers, there were no conspicuous features." Duller-Creamery. Weatern, seconds to extra. I7l0c. Cheese Mate, full cream, larre. while, fancy. lSal84o, do. small, 184c. r.ggs Western, fresh gathered, faucy, lie. Bcoas Raw nrm but dulli BB test, 8 13-180.1 00 teat, 0 8-IDo. Refined actlvo snd 1-1 80. higher for hoe. 8 and 8. Cnicauo, March II. These were to dsy's prices i Lail WhtatlOptnlng. Jllghtit. loufit. doling. Muht. May, 744 74i 784 78", 74S July.... 714 714 8', 004 714 8ept 804 884 074 074 04 Corn: May. ... 844 844 SI 844 844 July... . 8B4 8AS, t!3l, 834 83 bept 884 884 84 804 804 Oofs: May 174 174 17 17 174 Jul..... 184 184 18 18 184 Mar'. 4.10 4.184 4.10 4.184 4.10 July 4.811 4.884 4,30 4.284 4.80 (lbs ; May 4.874 4.48 4.874 4.48 4.374 July 4.474 4.884 4.474 4.B84 4.474 rork: Mav... .8.884 18.40 18.874 18.88 18.80 July.... 8.43 8.60 8.874 8.474 8.484 Live 8toek Market. h'xw York, Thursday, March II. Receipts of beeves were 880 head, mainly consigned direct to local slaughterers. Nutradlngi feeling firm. Dressed beef nrm at 04i84;. i, for poor to prime native sides. Cables from Urlttsh markets quote American steers at 10yl ioo. t ft., dressed weight) Ameri can sheep at 10j.il V. ) ., dressed elghti Ameri can refrigerated beef at 4a0o. a. Eximrts to-day 043 leaves and 843 sheep. No shipments to-morrow. Receipts of calves, all for the market, were 00 head. Ktradyt all sold. Poor to prime veals, 84(1188.73 a inn lt. Dressed calves steady) city dressed veals, 74(104o. lb. Receipts ot sheep and lambs. Including 8 cars direct to butchers, wero 1,487 headi 64 ran on sale, all told. Market very Arm on light supplies, with an early clearance nf the pens. Toor to prima sheep, 84(4 84,70 t 100 ss i common tocholra lambs, I3al3.no. Dressed mutton. 34(48c. i fet drensed lamtis. 7iM0c. Receipts of bogs were 8,784 head. Including 88.1 head nn sale. Steady at 8,1,90(484.80 V 100 ns. for Inferior to good Mate hogs. Ileal Estate Kales. At the Rrosdway Salesroom yesterday Peter F. Meyer ft Co. sold hi foreclosure sale. Fourth street.soutli side, 803 feet west nf Avenue II, Unlonport, 60x818, running through to Third street, to Dietrich Rehrrna fnr 88,600. Alsn foreclosure sale, 138 West Slilr-thlrd street, fonr-story and liasemsnt hrtek dwelling, to W SI. Klngsland (plaintiff) for 813.000. 1'hlllp A. Smyth sold In foreclosure sale. 14H F-ast 8e enty eight street, three story and basement brown stone front flat, tn Mrs. Clara Lagnwlts (plalntim for 818,000. John J. Clancy haa sold two lou In West 11 nth street, 1 30 feet west of the Orand Doulevard, on south side, 30x100, to Mr. Judson Uwhod, for Immediate Improvement. Hern ft Jackson hare sold to Rosamond Ilerten, Noa. 838, 838, 840 West Fourth street, plot 68XM8. t'harlea Orimth Moses haa sold for Loren 11. Huso to J Kaufman, the plot 06 tbe aoutheaat corner of 180th street and Klngsbrldge road, 83.81X8.4x83x87.8, and J. Kaufman baa resold tbe same tn Max Marx at an advance. Mawaon ft nobba haveaold forMrs. Isaac Van Ronsel to a Mr. Thomas. No. 134 West Ninety-first street, a nte-stnry limestone and brisk apartment house. Real Estate Transfers. 8d sr, 1160: IraLnweto A WRurrowa (I 47th st, n s. llH.ee 8th av, 10.8x73.4i John II Morris and wife tn R D Oreen. 1 2d at, I377i Christian Uriel to Mary Uriel... 1 8d av, 1B78 same to same 1 SI. t ai, 1378; same lo same 1 8d av, 137WI satnetoaame 1 88.1 .1, ss,m.H w 21 av, 80x77.81 same to sHine . . . , 1 8th av. a w cor 141st st. 84.11xl00 Mar garet Love tn Ueo W Pearson 1 Mu av, ws, 8n It a 100th st, 88xl00i Jamra o'Toole and wife to City Trust Safe Deposit audMiretyCn. 1 Kliinlirllgerua.I.secor I8tstst. !J(liin, x83x7; Francis T Hlgslns to Thalia Went cott . . 1 ll.Mlmt.se. 10(1 w Lenox ar. l'J.lxlllO.llt I Max Frennil and wife to Olu.eppe , Ailamn 100 Lenox av, w a. 79.4 a 137th st, A4x73iMnrrls Levy ami wife to Raphael Dantlger ... 47,860 110th st, a s, 140 w Park av, , '13x100.1 It Marah II Anderson rt al tn 1'lnouj Loweii feld and ano . . 11,000 tlAthst. n s. 170 e 1st ar, 83x100; Ann Retlly tn F.IIen McCartney 1 fldav. nwenr 178th st. Io8.8i03xl(i8xli7: Dald lventrltt. referee, to Simon Adler i andann , .... 830 Rockneld st. u s, 78.1 e Marlnn av, 83i I88..1 x83xl8.0i Wm Wilson to Jane Wilson... 1,000 S4thst, 888 WrstiJohn O Norrls and wife to Robert 11 Oreen 1 31st st, 838 and 240 Easti Jamea A Me Mlllln to the rector, Ac, of Church of the Incarnation, city N V 83,600 81st st, 8S8and840F.astt Aragn J (luck and wife to Jamea A McMlllln 83,600 88thst, lti Westi tiro Edgar et al to Mary T lleekscher 1 87th st. a s, 875 w 8th av, lHi 100.1 li Edwd KMrCall. referee, to Win II Reed. Jr . ,. 18,000 Farm or lots. I and 8, map estate ot Harney Ikmerst Jesnlc I. Mnsgrave to Hold M (lall wayetal , 1 Same property! Frederick 8 Tallmadge In dividually, and admln'r to same 1 181st et, as. 83 w Wadsworlli av, AOilrrg; Arthur Sweeney, referee, to Hyman ami Henry Hnn 18,800 Warren st, M4t Irtlng Savings Institution to the Irving National Hank of N V 1 4'.'il st, 8.11 West! Monroe L Simon and wife to John Campbell 1 tilth st, a s, 331,11 e 8th av, IN tixlH0.ri Richard H Farley, referee, to 1'hlllp Din ohtie . .. 4.800 Ilrook av, u e cor 130th st. 86.1 x07i Jamea Campliell. referee, to Alois I. Krnst. . . 1B0 Same properly) Frank Van fell and wife to same 1 4th st. w s.7 a 18th av, :iux38.8. Wakefield; Catherine Maliewskt to Andrew bllluaky nnd wife 1 Matilda st, an a, lot 38, map nf South Wash Ingtouvllle, 83xl0rt Mary Kmlth tnEdnd J flynn 100 108th st, 84 West i Catharine Coyie to (leo KrnusBDd ano,.. 87,000 1st nv, w s, BOnliOthst. 83x73; Michel l.alno andVlfe to NlroloLallio 1 Amsterdam av, w a. 83.5 n IOTIIi st, 83x73) Charles O Freund to Caroline Fretind, .. 1,100 IaiIb 83 and 88, map of Westchester Tcrraoe, 84th ward) Win Marcus and wife to Anna Marcus I 8Sd at, tl s, 880 w 7th av, 80x88.0 Wlnslow F. lluiliy and wife to Daunts M McKcnlcy. . I 83lh st. s s. .100 w Central l'nrk West, BOx 1H8.8! Fredk (1 Bourne and wife toKllia liethsciark 80,000 Vandam st, 80) John A Foley, referee, to the lector, ftc, of Trinity church, city N V., 13,600 West 10th st, 181. lt3i Horatio 11 Ciiahmnn and wife to rlurritl A L'ushmau too Bill av, oS, 88.8b Hlth at, 8iixll0 Husan ( Turner tn Michael J Naughtou 100 Bthav, lliMl.sameprnpaa above! Michael J j. NaughtontojamesH Haniemley ,, ., too Madlont. necor 118th at, 83.3x78) Chris tian Uriel to Mary Uriel . 1 104th st. 173KaajEllscMeyrrtnKnphlcMy 100 8d av, 18311) Ferdluand ftclnert to (leo (lutt roff and wife 7,600 Av A, u o cor BSth at, SBx7li.H Christian English and wife to Adolpli Muller 33,000 Cedar uv, w a, 130 It northern iMiuudary linn liiiul of Lewla (I Morris, 33xl(ll.Bx83x iih, 111 Ida llamlnan to lx-ou K lleli'hrr.,. . 1,100 Webster av.es, 80s 171st st, 85x11.1x81. Ix 0.1.7) Cornelius H Couklln ami wife to Then Roehrs 100 West 18th st, 161 1 Warner Van Nurdru rt al, cx'ra, AC. to Ann Melvln ct al 13,000 Extra place. East, cor 1st st, 68.8x83x01. lux 8fi.ini Ilcthuel T llarnes and wife to Moses I) llaints, apart Hudson st, BV0-J88, and 843 West 10th st; Isidore H Koru et al to Samuel W Koru, ., I itEconncD uonroAQM. Relcher. Ion K. and vlfe, to the Mount Mor ris Co-op nulldlng and I,nau Assn, w a Ce dar av, 160 n of u Ixiuwtary lino land of l,cnls(l Morris, Installs 81, BOO llrnwne, Harold (I, aud wlfo tn Arthur K llronnu el al, vs8d nv, 80,11 n 1'JIIh st, 1 I r ... . 800 ! lie) eric, Onstav It, et al to Aunlii K Moog, a s 18iilh st, uus.ue Av A also as uutli at, llHl.il oAv A, 1 yr . 3,000 CiiminltiKs, Rebeci a H, to t'has F Roeel, e a Main st, 81 n land Thus Jrnnlngs. Villi nurdiulto lot 'Jin Cottage row, Clly Isl and, udj laud of William hconcld, 8 yrs 1,000 CiMlelto, Mary A. to John I' Meccs, n s lllilth st, 4UU.1U i) Houtheru lloulevnrd, 7 months ... 1,B00 i Crosby, Edward D, and wife to Chus I'filff, e slidov, 83.8 a utith st, lr 8,300 FcrgiiBOii, Ft rdlnaud H. and wife to New Vork IliillillugLuauIUuklnzCo, li a lath st, 173e luthav. Installs . . '.'il.OOO Ontuble, Win. et al to Catharine A lhekman, esJiunel place, 8,10,4 u 167thst 0 rs . 3,000 (liirsi'li, Arthur, and wife to Mary w Iloff muii, llilEast 81st st, 5yrs .. . 30,000 banie to HugoOorsch, ss Hist st, 70 o hex- lugtouav, 1 r. , ., , B, 50(1 , R,ime tn Wm Hall's Kons, a a HUlit, 70 cU-s I lugtoii av, 4 yr .... 8,(100 I Outtrotr.Oeorgeand wlfo to Ferdinand Rel nert, 180U3d av, 3 yra 8,B0(l I Iluahrs, Walter C, to John A Nelllry, 3111 iWest 81st at, lease, Installs.,, ,600 Juatrr, Max, and wife to (leo M Smith, et al, llland IS Dolaucsy St. demand 4,000 , Kelly, James A, to Vhlllp i usuds as trustee, t yeArvcYil4'f7l4iift.'.ti-JA'i...... ,..m.,,t.i ss 104th st, 80-a Manhattan av, 8 yrs 18,000 Same to same, as exors, Ac, of A A Bands, a s 103d st, 80s Manhattan av, 8 yrs 19,000 Kelly, James A, to Alex Cameron, same property, I yr , , 6,000 Kellner, Morlti, and wife to Abraham llochm and Lewis Coon, w s Av C, 83.8 s 11)1 h t Collateral Kom, Hamuel W, to Isldnr H and Max Kom, 68(1.388 Hudson st and 848 West 10th st, I yr 88,000 Kraus. (leo and John, tq Catharine Coyle, B4 West 100th s(, 3 yrs 18,000 Lowcnfeld, I'lncus, and Win l'rager to Sarah II Anderson and Henry 8 Leavltt, s s I lltU at. 140 w Park av, 8 yrs 0,000 Lucas. Michael, to lUchael C Mulqueen. 87(1 West 187th st. I yr 18,500 La Vclle, Martha C, to Marston Watson et al, trus, Ac. cl'Jno llurke, w a Hoe st, 147.8 s Homes!, .1 yrs 8,000 McMlllln, Jamea A, to Aragu J Uuck, 838 and 840 Kant 31st at, llyrs... 83.000 McKenley, Nannie M ami Win II, to New York nulldlng Loan Usnklng Co, u a H8d at, 880 w 7th av. Install , 15,000 Melvln, Ann, Emma C, Oscar V, and Wm I' 8, Individ and exors, Ac, to the Emigrant In dustrial Havlnga Rank, 1U I.tspeuard st, 1 yr , 14.000 MeOee, Mary, to the Emigrant Industrial Savings Rank, u a 77th at, 81 1.10 w Av A, 1 yr ... . 1,000. Muller. Wm, and wlfo tu l'rani Rust, o s 1st av, 58 a 80th st, 3 yrs, 8,000 Mnnd, Ueo end llertrude, wife, to Fredk O Moore, ss ltdthst, 18l,5o 3d av, 6 yrs .. 11,000 Naughton, Michael J, toHussn O Turner, o a 5th av, 88'.' liHItllst. 6)rs 60,000 Nleniler. Adelbert.to Henrys Ueekinon. Mar- gnretLHlMsou, s s 77tli st, 100 w AvoA, yrs 6,000 Nels, Ferdinand, and wlfo to Tho Hank for Savings. 4i).intlist. Byrs 10,000 Ostmeyer, Ki-e.l'k, and wife tn Herman Uuu- ther, 84UEaat HIBili at. 3yra 3,000 O'Nell, Michael, and wife to Mary E Uarllohs, sa8Uthat, 7Be8dav, nmiM 830 Same to Thomas II dale, same prop, 1 yr.. ., 1,000 Same to Kiln Dreyfus. 308 East 88th st, 8 yrs 18,0011 Do l'ISMC. Ixnits, to Washington 11 Taylor, 87 nnd 8U East 87th st, notes 3,060 Tcls, Ivan, to Lucy M Ureen, w a Lexington av. 8().sfl ltd at, lease. Byrs 8,000 Preston, Sarah I. II, to Cleveland II Dodge, n a Sllhst, 11)0 eAinslerdam av, llyrs 80,000 Reed. Jr. Win II, tn Fred'c J Mlddl-brook, a s H7thst, 875 w Central l'nrk West, llyrs 10,000 btadecker. Leopold, -t al to the tlreenwlcb Satlngs llnnk.33l to 38n West llroadway and til to !l Thompson at, 1 yr 80,000 Smith. MsrloC, and huslsl to Sarah I, Horn, us. '17th t. InoeiNthnv, I yr 1,000 Slrlngbam, Mary, et al to Ann Harris, lot on Clly Island, 80x830. adj lands of John I, Cooper. Ac. llyrs. ... 1,000 Rmlth, Samuel W II. and wife to Tho X Williams, nw cor 1-cuox av and 180th st, I yr 80,000 Rchinuck, Herman and Michael Mnntag, ami wives to Stella A Audrus, w s ht Ann's av, 40.1 Is 184th St.. I yn 14,000 Mine tn same, w a st Ann's av, 74.10 n southern lloulevanl, ,1 yrs 14,000 Same to Cathurf no C Crosby as extrlx of Wm II Crosl , deeed, aaine prop, njra , 15,000 Turner, John and John , and wives to Hymsn and Henry Sonn.aa lotith st, 80 e Cnluinh'ia nv, demand. 8,083 Turner, John and John W, and wives to Ed ward Otrtrndorff and ano, exors. At', of Julius Ohemdorrr, a s inuthat, 800 nCo lumbua av,8)rs , 80,000 Same to Murray and Hill, a 100th at, 73 w Manhattan nv,demand 5,036 Walter, Frederick, and wife to. New Vork llulldlng Loan Ranking Co, w a Southern Doulevard, 83 u Pinfold av. Installs 8,670 mtcoRHcn i.rssis. Rutler, Chaa, bv agent to Ourrler Pros, 18 East 14thst. 7yr 18,400 Doebm. Abraham, aud ano to Henry n Keil her A!tro.ancor 6th av and 15th st, IB yrs . ,. .8n,o(i0to 84,000 Ilenrlques Louis M, to Lawrence Rellly, u w cor Columbua av and 87th st, store Ac, B yrs 8,600 Ogden, Mary c. by att'y, to David I. Price, awe 81st st, 160 n w 8tb av, 83xUI II, 81 yrs 400 Rearing, Chaa A, to William J Iloesch, rooms I,8and8 w41 llrnad st, 8 yrs I, "00 Rchnltier. II anna, to 11 Cbaa Ilcrger, Hli aud 1 6!l Lewis st.n yra 8,800 Caurt Calendars Thla Day, Appellate Division Suprrme'Court Motions. Or ders Not. 11.83. 8. 88.88. 80. 30.38. Supreme Court -special Term Part I. Motion calendar called at IU:U0 A. M. 1'urt II Ex.partn matters. Part lit. Clear. Motions. Part IV. Case unfinished, taw and fact Nos. 31.11. 4tl, 4443. 4334, 87IB, UW73, 4474, 44x4, 44111,4.183, 448n. 4444,443V, 443J, 3474, J33S. 331U. 8I3J, 4837, 4388, 3UIH, 8741. 1V3V. 4387, 4338. 3388, Om74. Part V. ;4so unnnished. Cases from Part IV. Part VI.-Clear. Cases from IMrt IV. Pert VII, Clear. Elevated It. It. cases. Trial Term Part IL Clear. Preferred causes Nos. 11.33, 11348. 11841,11317. 11830. Part III. Clse un. nnlsbed. Nos. 84"8. 44HV. S3V8, 8(1X4, 47411. H3J.1. 61143, 4084, 8333, 8347, 3.13, n:3H, 44N7, 11733, 8U88, OiUo. 8374. 4308, 41111. 4B8II. 4717, 174". 473U, 4Ioa. 47U4, 4HU, 4021. Inquest Nu IM17. I'art IV. Caso unnnished. Cases from l'ait III, Part V.--Case unnnished. Ca.es from Part 111. Part VI. Clear. Cases fiom I'art III. Part VII. Case unnnished. nos. 83x3. 84U3. 07wn. 4V1U. 4684. 5733. SV08. 8383. 48U3. 6871. 5373. BU17, 0U17U. (11(13. 4384. 3411. 4337. 8488, 41S7, 488, 4744. 8811. 8833. 1133, 8100. 3eV4. Part VIII. Case uonnlsnad. Cases from I'art VII. I'art IX. Adjourned until Mnaday, March 18. Part X. Cltar. Cases from Pari VII. I'art XL Case un nnished. Cases from ran II. I'art XII. Clear. Cases from Port II. Surrogate's Court Trial Term Wills of Alex, ander Maxer and Ferrer Deplnto. at 10i43A. M. Estate of Forbes llollaud, at 10:43 A. M. Cnamhera Motion calendar called at 10:3U A. M. For pro. hate Wills or John J. Smith, llarbsra ZlefTe, Morris lloodheari. Charles Wrlxel, F.ilxabeih Horn, Naftallo Hlrscb. at 10. 3u A. M,; Catharine Koch. Auam Schwab, at 8 1'. M. City Court special Term Motions. Trial Term Part 1. Clear. Nos. 17iim, in37, 1344, lrn7 'IBin, 1488, 1830. 1788. 411V. 1883. 1773. 14S3. 1780. 1784, 1316, 1333, 1334. Part ll.-CI-sr. Nos, 1870.1313. 80UO. W38..I83H. 1W7K. 88U. 8130, 5131, 8138. 8133, 8134, 8133, 81.18. 8187, 8I3H, 813V. 8140. 8148. 8U3. 8144, 8143, 81431,, 8.46, 8147, Part tll.-Case unnnished. Nos. 8(141, 8U1U, 8U81, 8031, MI8. 8U1B, 8U1K, 8(188, 8U30. 1UHV, 800V, lUUi. 8llltf, 8110,8111,3118, 8113,8114. 8113. 3118, 3117, alls, 811V, 3I8U, 3131. 8133. 3133, 8184, 8183, 3130, 8137, 3I3t. I'art IV. -Clear. Short causes Nos. 4340. 4713, 4773, 4774, 4333, 4880. 4714, 334U, 4334, 478V. EquPy Causes Nos. 818, 338. innnrinl. flortgages for Sale. A larce number of tho hextXew York nnd nrooklyn mortenp,CH constitiitly on hiitid. til 1,000,000. fitriilshea to Investors Utir Injrtheycnr 180(1. TiTlE GUARANTEE and TRUST COMPANY 140 llroiwhvnr, X. Y. till CiiurbSt., llrooklvn. X. K.cor. oHtli Ht.& 7th Avc.N.Y. 100 West lL'SthSt,, X. Y. CAPITAL $2,500,000. SURPLUS $2,000,000. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC Income Bonds. (Western Illusion). inferring to our pro lou. call for deposit of bonds, we desire to state that largo amounts of the same have lieen deiMitlted under the agreement lodirrd with the depositaries. Till', MANHATTAN lltl'ST COMPANY OK NI'.W YORK and THU AMUItll'AN LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OK RO.VTON It Is Imperative that bondholders who desire to i-o oper ate with the commttteo should do so u Ithoiit delay, and on or before the I3TH INhT.llr, the dalo flxed by the original call, Iionds not deposited by that time will lie received only on such terms astho committee maylmjio.e, j'i.r.M h. iitciitt. IIIIMIV IV. IMIIIII, Vt.SI. J, lt'll.. Jit., muii i:isti'.i, .1. IV. JOIll.1. Com inlttee, VTII.I.tAM STHAI'SI, IIC.VKV t'llAttFOIIII, Counsel, NEW YORK. March 10, INU7. Mac? Sc pcndleton inKi:n. n mioAmv.w, M:tr voitu. n....!,,., I (HI IIUOWin t. Branch Oltlces: luiimiAinri:. Members of NI'.W YORK STOCK". COTTON, PRO DUCE AND COITKi: KXCIIANCIES, Kxecuto Orders lu MOCKS, IIONDS, (1RAIN, COTTON, on the NEW YOIIIC, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, and CHICAGO r.XCIIANOES. Allow Interest on balances, retelvo deposits subject to sight draft, and Issuo check books. Invito corre spondence. DAILY or WEEKLY LETTER on applica tion. Government and Municipal Bonds DOUOin AINU JsOLD. APl'HAiShMr.Mb MAUI' OR tJl'OTA'I'IIINH tTUll.Mf.il l-.i rUll llll- PLlK'IIA.Mv SALt, Oil iuiCII.Ut'. Ok AlMJVLCKCLIIlltlA IslHTS Of Al'l'lilf'ATKIN. N. V. HAKRKS & COa, I HANHKKH. v, 16 WALL UTUliKT. I ( 4 Vaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal ejjtnnnt.nl. H OFPicn or tub ,, jl St, Louis, Iron Mountain & Soutli- , fl em Railway Company. 9 NEW YORK, March 8, 1807. ttH THIS Coiupany lias made arrangements with Messrs. Sk Vermllye A Company aud Kuhn, Ieb A Company to ,;. , VjH extend the First nnd becond Mortgage Hands Issued by eHHl the Ht. Louis A Iron Muu'itatn Railroad Company le iiil maturing May 1st iicvt. the principal lo be payable in , viiH nfty ears from that date, aud Interest on the ex -H tended Klrst Mortgago Iionds August and February Al itstH and on tho exteuded beennd Mortgage Donds May 1st ' li nnd Norcmbrr 1st lu each jenri loth principal and JMaLB Interest to l- payable lu f H. Oold Coin of the present ' ' "4w1h standard f weight nnd llnentss. Tbe Interest on the '' uflifl extended 1st Mtge. iKindswIII bo at the rate of 44 - ' - IH er cent, per nnniini, and on tho extended Vnd Mtge. 4' IjH bonds at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum, -- ' timl Tho Company resenea the right Id liar OS at anv -(... M -li 81 time either or both Issues nf eitendM IkwiJs at t. H per cent, and accrued Interest, Ulmn giving six months' ' SV notice of Ita Intrnllon so tu do. JH IH Tho right to rxtriid, as nbove, lias lieen reserved to ;' B such of tho present holders u may deslro to avail nt It, Y '5 laB uKn the Icrmsainl conditions set forth by tho Ilankera . J! H In the subjoined notice. r$ flB St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern R'way Ca j$ , I B UV A. II. CALItr, Trraaurer. , . . 4 I M lira NEW YORK. March 8, IdflT. r . ;j LJ II REFERRINO to the aboro uottoe, holders ot the .j . ,-"j J I above nameil Iionds desiring to extend them will have 'j i J' the prlvllrg) sotodounlll April loth, upon the pay uT W mentof I n-rcciit of the amount of their bonds, pro- , If jf ): vlded they shall notify us prior to that time of their if J I, wish to extend, and shall stato tho amount and the . 1 1 il mtmliera of Ihelr Iionds. , ir L On and after April UOth, The Mercantile Trust Com. '(f. 5 I pany wilt be prepared to receive the bonds upon ou - M I r I order and to place tho new forma of extension and j ''; J roujion sheets on lliem. 4 S M We aro now prepared tn purchase at par and ao S? if rriied Interest thelHindsnt any holders who may do- ,fj S mm sire to sell rather lhau to extend, '3 lJj Vcrmilyc&Co. Kuhn, Locb & Co.. Mm Nassau A Pino fits. Nos. 27-VD Pine St. a Hifl oi'Piti: or tiir li. Dfl St. Louis, IronMountain & South- ; ' Em Railway Company, ic. Jl NEW YORK. March (. I8B7. Ilt AWm HOLDERS of the First Mortgage Roods nf the Cairo, - 1 JlHH Arkansas A Texas llsllrnad Company, maturing June " W IjjH 1st next, are hereby notified that the principal of , '1 g 9H their Iionds, together with the coupons thereon ma- ' M M luring June I, lROT.nlll lm paid nn that date upon ; JJf H presentation of the said bonds nnd coupons at tho I fy M ofBce of The Mercantile Trust Company, No. ISO V I' H Ilrosdwoy, New York CltyA ,1, J, jD St. Louis, Iron Mountain fi Southf rn R'way Ca i" H IIV ,. II. 4's.l.ltr, Treasurer. 'i' WM ( , m PHILADELPHIA AND READ- A ";t ING RAILROAD COMPANY ' 2JJ Improvement Mcrtgao Bonds, i" if I Duo Oot. 1, 1897. ' . MM omceof Philadelphia and Reading Railway Co. 'r iff H 1'IIILAHEl.PHIA, March 4. 1PT. 7B H This Company has made an arrangement with ' I :.W Wm Messrs. Prevel A Co. to extend the Improvement ?i ? M Mortgage Ponds, Issued by the Philadelphia and Read- i.l '' 1' H Ing Railroad Company, maturing October 1st next, . ' i D fnraperlodof fifty yearxfrnm April 1st, 1637, with - If, f JK Interest at the rate of 4 per rent, tier annum, payable (V Wm semi annually, on the first days of October and April H i Wm In each year, at ll.e office of the said Railway Com- 1 III pany. In the city of Philadelphia, Imih principal an1 ' w ffij Intere.t tn lie pnynble In gold coin of tho United States, H) Wa of the present standanl of weight and fineness, with- '-, 8fe out deduction for any taxes Imjioacd by the United ' -1 blates or the State of Pennsylvania, under present or I ft ojl futuro laws. The lien of the mortgage now securing f ut said bonds to continue unimpaired, and tho Reading Company (the owner of the capital stock nt said Rail- (i flfc way Company) also tn liecome responsible for the "" f! J payment nrtheprlnclpalandlnterestof theaaMbonds. j ,Q The right to extend, ns above, haa been reserved to V IWj such of the present holders oa ahall deposit thstr f' jl Iionds for that purpose with Drexel A Co.. Phllodel. ''' phla; J P.Morgan A Co , Now York, or J. S. Morgan "" J; jfa A Co. London, on or liefnro April 1,1th, 1607. f ?. M The couon due April 1st, 1WI7 (unless previously , h fu collecteil), Hlllbe cashed at time nf deposit, snd at , ,'j y R thesnme time depositors will Ik. paid 910 In caah oa , i il Vfi each $1,000 liond. belnj the difference between Inter- t Is j est at the rate nf 11 )ier cent, and the rate of 4 percent. 7 , t 3-2 for the period from April 1st, 107, to the present - Cr ' 1) date or maturity of the bond on Octnljer 1st, 1P97, J s .' li PillLADr.LPIIIA AND RHADINO RAILWAY Ct ? $l i lly W. A. CHURCH, Treasurer. ,' I i -j Philadelphia. New York, and London. ', a . Ht March 4lh. 1807. i f 5j Referring to the above notice of the Philadelphia .'""' '1 ' fl and Reading Railway Company, we are now ready to- ,J.l 'J 1 ! receive at either of our offlces any of the Philadelphia tl ' 5S and Reading Railroad Company Improvement Rondi . ,'i 1 iRj for extension, and to mako thu coah payment above . pi- i Indicated, -j& J' We are also prepared to buy at par and tntereat at ' vp 1 r jj the rato of il jier cent, per annum to October 1st, Jr 'l 1807, less discount at the rate of 11 per cent, per ao- '31 ', f. ) num. any of tbolxinds tho holders of which may pre- ', ' jj fer to sell rnther than to extend. 1 " .rf j ,'. DKKXKIi & CO.. 'J I lh nth and Chestnut Streets. Philadelphia. T- - ', il .1. I. MOIHJAX & CO., & $ !ij in Wall street, New York. J ' Wf, J. H. MOIKiAX A CO., fj f Si Old llrnad Street, London. S 'j''? TO THE HOLDERS OK , 'J i J,' 1 "'iV V -1'i rinaT MoiiTsKK fii: vr.n TEXT. rtOTBS i Jj A 'it AU Of Till! C'.UMTAI, STOCK 'jf! ! THE METROPOLITAN WEST SIDE ELEVATED fl RAILROAD COMPANY (of Chicago). ' $ ffi- At the request of tho holders of a lane amount of ,', m "Jll the above securities, the undersigned have consented , ' ?' tlj to act as a Committee for tho protection of their la- ,, ', j-j Hi terrst ami to prepare n plan of rrorganliatlon. '', 1 Holders of Ronds and Stix'k nre requested to deposit fcoj M their holdings ltli the t'i:Tlltl. TlirnT COM. , , f, fe I'ltV (IF MI1V lllllli, A4 Wall street, or the iSifi'' Itfl Avinmr.w i.ov ami tiu'ht t'owrAJV, sa 1 SH 31 State st Iloston. under nn agreement dated January Sell 'tV .10, mil. Negotlablo certificates of the Trust Com- a Pi ftt' pany III li Isaneil for tho deposited securities. Slli'i il Coplesof the Agreement can tm had nt tboofflceo wlrt "J-'i the 4'i:TIIl. Till ST 'OVHAV on aud afur yb'H H,', Tuesday, Feliriinr '.', 1HSI7. HF tv Hated New York, Jnuutry nn, 1807, Si) JJ FiiitniiiiH' r. oi.4i)TT. I S m ..,...!'"n"'"",,, Commltta. 'Mi ffi W.tl.TKII l. OtlOMN. f rffr' ' Mtni:i, TiioitM:, J ?" V"i ADRIAN II. J0L1NE, Counsel. M',- fj J. N. WAI.MCE. Secretary, , . "'(L, IJU r.l Wall street, f Jlfs 75 EASTERW WAR 7 ' - i Wehine iirepurcd a -pi-cl.il Market loiter iiinslder. ''rVR Ing bow nil Amerlean markets would probably be jt,' r4i rlTccltd In case nf nn I'lslern crisis Scnil for one ami 3LhV Uil watththe ruteru war 1 loud llpinirluiilllea for In Vtw Ml sistment such i.-icomc ouly once ortwlce lu acoutury JLv VtT may btMiffercd. Mention The sun ' "vHrJ SK j. 11. ii.i.aiiii a o. in- emttr "it MAINOKFH'K CIIICAOO OFFICE: 11, JRJ1 jjl Ptllniailnuy. Ni w York. 17 Hoard nf Trade. 1 'sll'f III: CITY HU.r. OFFICE llfFFAI.O OFFICEl & U afin R'wity. cor Clumlsirs. Ilxtl Elllcott Square. lJjTl: 'l PP TOWN ill FH'K WMI1N0T0N OFFICBt , -Wj Hi IS'.'7 H'a. cor llutli at. I II III F ht. Northwest. ftPy 'jf IHviiUiiilo' uiirt Ifntrrejst. , i'n ttinlcrn I'lilon Telegrnpli Conipnny, i.fcl'C HEW YORK, March 1U, 1807. WH. Ajj. HIVIlih.Mi NO 111 Kli W The IlJirl of Hlreetors have declared a nuarlerlv 'vl.'iJo dvden, or (INI. AMI (INK IH'AIIF.ll pF.ll CENt. VJ.1V, upouthecnpllul-tiskof till, companv. parable at the ; IfU oiitienf lie riea-uri r on anil aft- the I nth day of '. F. April next. 10 Hliircholdeisiif reconl at the close of 'BiiUi Hie tr.in-.fcr lnKiWi. on the '.'nth da. of March lust ,iR7 Wm The trau-fcr lnMik 1. Ill be closed ut !l o'clock on the Vfl J-7V oftciuiHiii of M1111I1 VMtli lust., (Hid teopeucd uu the 'jB 1. morning of April ut not TM "t. It II ll'H'IIEM Kit, Treasurer. -' .$) Bfl MAMIAITAS II ILVY COMPANY. 31, Vlti 111.1 llr nlwat. New or., .March 0, 1807. Itl'VlrJ Kim iM'UMI Jl MtrKIII.Y DIVIDEND, Iff m A quarterly dl. Idi ud of one r cent, ou the canltal ii e. stwk of tlil.Cuiip.uiy has Ih-iii ilccl.ireil payable at KH'fl this olllce on and uflir Tliurnlay, April 1, 1HU7. Li 'ii flin transfer UioLh will bo closed ou Wedueailay, ft !U- March 17, al ,'l u'clock P. M.. and will be reopened oa til .V- Friday, April 8, at I ti o'clock A. M. (' I; ilJj l. W. M0WILUAM8, Tretjiaiw. y Vi