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rl- - M 4tf J THE SUN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1897.
HE BLAMES TnE WHEEL.
i
I cArrnr.r rr.j.i.n now ctclino
A llltOKE IV JUS HOME.
t Also How tin rnnctisd the Head or Joka ltd
t ward "rrninm In .tin, Cavrrly'a Apart
I, menls-lle Is round a.ullly or AMaull, liut
g sentence laSuepenrlod by a nronktyn Justice.
ft' Tlio bicycle flirured In a enso called yesterday
Jt by l'nilco Justlco Worth In tlio Gates Avenue
-1' Police Com t. llrooklin.
"Vi worn happy," said Jstnes Caverly, "un-
if tllnij-wiro learned to rldo ,v wheel. Nine years
H married, I IimI a happy homo, with a Rood wife
Mid throe children. Hut now she's my wlfo In
the eyes of tho law, hut wo havo a broken
, homo."
f "Well," said Justice Worth, "you are
u chamod with nssaultlnir.lohii Kdwtird Hcrntuni,
it J this yonnc man hero. How do )ou plead 1"
I, " I don't know," iinswcrcd CUverly. "I Rave
i her a Rood home, for 1 earn a Rood salary as
ft I foreman in tho employ of tho Now York and
J 1 Nsw Jersey Tolophono Company, tfho mlRht
Si I hnve "
j "Ncvsr mind at out her," said tho Justice!
"we'll try tho esse of assault. This young man
i Is tho one you must fnco now. Scnunm, tako
81 tho stand."
T A beardless youth, SIO yearB old, who mi ne-
V companlod to court by his father, stepped for-
ward, llosald ho was John Kdward Scramm,
J and that ho lived on HulTalo nrenuo, near At
lnntlcnvenue. On tho morning of Aim. UB, he
mid. C.ixcrly iiiuiihcd him. kicked him, and
fe threw him down n lllirht uf stnlrs.
$ ' When) ?" nkeil tlio Justice.
5 " At l!-S I'hauhccy sttcut, whero Sirs. Caverly
I "W'liitwero you dolnit nt tho home of this
s man's wlfol" luqulrc-d Justlco Worth.
', "She was ut out toiiioe,"sriidSernnim, "and
I wont thero to help hor."
J, "What time was it when tula assault oo-
f currcdl'' ,
i "Six o clock in thcinorninnr.
V" "Were jou thero all nlithtl
'. "Yes, sir: I slept on a louniretnthe houso."
I "Hid u know sho wns married I"
J ' Yes sir."
( "And' her husband went there, and, finding
k you in his wife's rooms, kicked you out I"
5 " Yos. sir."
4 "Do you wish to ask the plaintiff any ques-
tlousl remurked the Justice, turning to Cav-
1 " I do," answered Caverly, who, turnlwr to
Bcramni. said:
' "Isn't It a fact that you have Rono bicycle
T rtdliii? with inv wife t"
"'Yes, but thero was nothing wronR In that,
answorod Scramm.
m Caverly then took tho witness stand and told
, his story. John Kdward Scramm had nn older
1 brother, Arnold, he said. Arnold kept nn under
K takliiR establishment nonr the Caverly home.
"Jly wlfo took to wheelliiR," said Caverly. "I
- caught her riding with Arnold Scramm mid
taxed her about It. Shn admitted tllrtlnir with
? him. Then I left her. allowing her tUSawrck
for the support of our children. 1 had a friend
- dodeteettvo work for me. Ho watched my wife,
. nnd while 1 was out of town last month my
m friend sent mo word that there was a imin In my
' wife's apartments. 1 rrnt bnmoon the mornlni;
Mr of Auir. 23 nt (1 o'clock. 1 knocked ut tho door,
t Jly wifo sold. 'Who's tlicie (' 1 .lechired my
i self. Then 1 heard scramhlliiR Inside. I broke
J: ouon tho door. In n front room I found this
beardloss youth. Ho was disrobed. Ho said he
f. had slept on the lounge all night. I punched his
face nnd kicked him Into the cellar. I didn't In
"' tend to hurt him, heeauso It was his brother
y whom I was after."
"Did ho strike ynu 1" asked tho Justice.
ml "No. sir; I'm telllnR a truthful story. Ho
m'f, didn't strike inc."
mi "I'll have to tlntl you cullty," said the Jus-
' tlce. "but I'll suspenrt Rcmuneo. Uo home."
' I have u broken homo to co to." remarked
mi Caverly. "but I won't ro there any more."
" As ho was leavlni; the courtroom he said that
he hnd no evidence upon -vhieh ho could base a
ml euit for'ivorre, but that ho would send his wife
m back to Crlpplo Creek. Col., whero ho Rot her.
H?x
Mk - TICKET SCILVEBS' CASK TIZET.T.S.
Ton Can't Test the Lrit n'hen tbe People
HI Ileclltin to Prooecute.
Bf The effort to test the new law ORalnst ticket
H'Ji icalplnc, through tho arrest of Frederick M.
B IiollcB of 397 Droadway, nt tho Instance of tho
Bjn' ticket scalpers, fizzled beforo Justice Andrews '
B3 of the Supremo Court yesterday. Holies was
Bj- arrested on complaint of Henry J. Brail ford, n
BjV salesman In tho employ of Swectzer, Pembrook
B.a- & Co. Bradford bouRht a ticket ti Norfolk, Vn.,
B,- from Holies. Holies, being arrested for making
B.'i that sale, secured a writ of habeas corpus for
j' his production in tho Supremo Court, where It
B,v was oxpectcd the constitutionality of the new
BC law would bo passed upon.
Bf Abe O ruber and Iouls Marshall, attorneys
B'f. for Holies and the ticket scalpers, wero In court
Bf' with a mass of law capers and lawbooks to try
; and knock tho law into smithereens. Assistant
Bp' District Attorney David Milllkcn, assigned to
Bk- the case by District Attorney Olrott, camo
Bj(;, empty handed. Mr. (.ruber beRan to oxpkiln
v the case, but was interrupted by Mr. Mllliken.
i who said:
ftf "Tho relator Rot hlnuclf arrested, and now
V- be wishes to be released, and we are willing to
:,' oMIro blm."
j.t Mr. Gruhcr, evidently taken aback, said that
if. tho case was biought to test tho constitutional-
& lty of the new law and he thouubt they should
p. proceed. Tho Court askc.1 Mr. Mllliken If he
l doilred to proceed under tho circumstances, hut
'..-' Mr. Mllliken paid tint, while his nttlce wns will-
A inR to test tho law, they Uld not euro to do so in
Mtq: such a ease. Tlio Judgo then dlscharuod Holies.
Mr. Mllliken nf'erward said that the rase of
'V Bollcs would not test the law, as Holies had
'. owned tbe ticket before the law went Into effect
K& on Sept. 1, alth -iih ho sold It afterward. Tho
'. now law could not affect ctlstinR contracts.
v Tho law can be tested, he said, by tho arrest of
J- man who buys and soils a ticket after Sept. 1,
" CITY OFFICIALS EXAMINED.
BJI" Baptd Transit Commlaalnn fltadytna; Vp tho
BJA MetropalU'o Uesourcea.
BJ'v' Tho Rapid Transit Commission continued res-
BJ;ii terday to listen to testimony for and oialnst the
BJ'-g underRround scheme of transit. Oeoreo Zabris-
Bj. klo, who appears for tbe opponents of tbe scheme,
BJ$ examined the chiefs of several of tho cltyde-
BJ! partments as to the money expenuod for city lm-
Bj'.' provement. Mr. Hoardtnan apiwared for tbe
Bt-'f commission. I'rosldent Darker of the Tax De-
BJ;; partment was asked about tho system of rnlua-
BJ',' tlon, ana what tho ratio was between the ou-
M-.j aosed and actual value of pioperty, but ho
! imillnRly declined to reply.
m:t Mr. Choatc, counsel for the Kast Hirer Hrldeo
.-: Commission, (entitle. 1 that tho land needed by
tt' tho coinmlssliiu had been acquired nnd con-
4 tracts fur tho structure lot. Assistant Corpora-
m tlon Counsel Connoly explnlnod the system un-
WM" dor whlchtlioeltyaiiiulredwntiirfrontproperty.
j Ho said that the asaessod raluo of the property
m.: was Rencrilly far Bolo.v Its real vnluo and tho
4 nwnnls for property uequlreU were 10 or SO per
K; cent, of Its assessed value.
Mi Curl Jussou, Secretary of tho Hoard of Fire
K Commissloiier.i; Oeorxe W. HlrdHull, chief on-
j Rimer of thu Croton aqueduct; (len. Collli.
j; Commissioner of I'liblic tVorks; Kdward Kin-
MB: stein, Tro.iauror of tho Dock lizard: Joshua
i BrlERa. engineer In rhnrire of street lmprove-
l monts in tho Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
f wards, and den. James Dunne. Chairman of tho
Mm';, Aqueduct Hoard, wero questioned as to tbe
'. financial status of their departments.
H'. T1IKEE IlVJtT IX A JIVXAWAY.
BJ'i ' Joaeph Haabrouok or Ilobba Ferry lias
BM' ll(P Mn(t HboulSor IHaloeatea,
t Donns Fkiirt, N. Y., Sept. 13. Dr, Joseph
Bfs llasbrouck, President of tbe vlllaRoot Dobbs
BK; Ferry, was Injured seriously In a runaway
BC,, accident this morning, Ills coachman, Theo-
't doro Carson, had his leg broken, and K. II. Hall,
Wt who was rlsiting tho doctor, was bruised, Tho
Bl' three left Dr. Ilasbrourk's houso on Hroadway
,HE' lit 0 o'clock, and wero drlvltiR to tlm rll-
E- Uro behind team of colts which were raised
m. by Dr. llasbrouck. The colts bci-amofriuhtoned
mwL and dnshod down the mad at high speed, up-
Bl. setting the surrey and throwing the occupants
put. thu surrey was smashed, and one of tbe
lmWt horses broke Its nock, Mln the otherstcpticd
Hft on tho roBchuiaus leg. Medical aid was sum-
1.' moned, and the Injuries of all were dressed. It
JL was found that Dr. Ilasbrouck's rlKhthlpand
'. Sbnul.ler wero dlalucuted, and he will he con-
'' lined to his home for n mouth or more.
L Court Calrmlara llila llr.
Bm', Appellam nivlalmi Supreme rourt. Itveeu.
.r pri mo C.iurl .-i.elH Tit ii-l'rt I -Itotl.in cal-
j ;'" 'll t li!JU A. M i-r( II LKx.p.ri.u,.
Bm' Hurnwate's Court I'litmlwra. Motion calendar
BV' ""1 ! A. '.. "trial IVrill-Nu" IStl'l Vial
aVS. Bw'.,'l',''ii','i 1M Vor pruliate-WIIU of Anna
BB Jraiicla toraii. Jaiut lloril.m. Jullua Hchallb, JoiVrVb
Wa Urauuitela, AlWrt 1111. at a I'. M """"" r.rnn
WM' I'lly Court social Term. Hutloni.
M CARPET T.M. STEWART
H'? ." : 326 7th Ave..
CLEANSING
BJBJBJBB&y- .
Sterling Silver
Forks and Spoons
$1.00 per Ounce.
Owing to the continued
depression in the price of
Silver Bullion, we have
decided to offer our cur
rent copyrighted patterns
of Sterling Silver Forks
and Spoons at
$1.00 per Ounce.
Tiffany & Co.
UNION SQUARE
NEW YORK
BUXDAV VVLT.VllS-lX AllltESTED.
Polleemnn (Mmpaon lllasulacd lllmaelr In Ills
Steuben County C'lolbet.
It was larcoly the prospect of beholding him
self in n uniform that bruiiRht Hobert O. Slmp
Bon from tho farm In Stouben county to npply
for a place on tho New York police force. As
Hobert Is 0 feet - Inches of hard bono nnd mus
cle, and of un Intelligent nnd sturdy. If some
what rural, cast of mind, he had llttlo difficulty
In RCttlnR an appointment, ana four months iiko
ho laid astdo nno of the most peculiar outfits
that ever tempted n bunco stcercr for a well
tlttltiRrcRUlatlon police suit. Ho wns sent to
tho Kllzabcth street police station nnd went on
patrol duty at onco.
Capt. Dean of that station has been wa?lnR
warnRalust tho Uaxtcr Btrcot and Chatham
squaro shops that keep open on Sundays, but
has had difficulty in Rcttinu evidence, because
his men are known to tho pullcrs-ln. One of
tho ScrROants who had heard of the clothes
which Simpson woro when he came on tho force
siupesled that tho Steuben county graduato
would bo a cood man for that duty.
"Tho only trouble Is." said tho Serseant.
"that ho may have burned his duds, lie's bo
stuck on bis uniform that bn sleeps In tt, the
men say."
Simpson was summoned to the Captain s room
on Sunday.
" I want you to ro out n- d arrest some of
thce cheap rlnthlncr men that aro keeplnsr
open," said Cant. Dean "Where are the
clothes oti broiiRht here from tho farm f"
Simpson's Jaw foil.
"(iusb. Captain!" ho said, "you wouldn t
have a feller put on them clothes again, would
you I I'd Ret laughed out of the precinct."
When tho Captain explained the caso Simpson
clothed himself in nn old, wide-brlmmod derby
hat, n shiny black cutaway coat witlibiKllnps.il
irrur flannel shin, nnd hlRhlv polished trousers
tuckud into unpolished cowhide boots. Small
bovs Jeered nt him as he went down tho street.
Messrs. Isaac Shapiro and Solomon Mnrks,
salesmen cmplnmd in the store nt Hosier
street nnd tho Howcry, seizid him inthusi
nstically, nnd, with nffeclionato solicitude,
pointed out tho BhortcomhiRsof his wnrdrolio.
They Rot htm insldo tho storo and displayed a
coat worth, as they assured him, $13 of any
man's m ncy.but which he could hare for $fl.ft).
Then they spread out trousers shoes, hats,
neckties, shirts, suspenders, and other par
meats, and wcro about to proceed with tho
work of transformation when Simpson R.itb
cred up his own coat, tucked a puller-ln under
each arm and walked out of tho place. On tho
sidewalk lie told them that they wero under
arrest.
" Police ! police !" yelled the pullcrs-ln, seeing
llu'ht uliead. "He's personating n olllccr I Po
lice I"
"I'll show you." said Simpson. "I'm person
otln n farmer, b'irosli. Como nlonR."
And ho lueRedtheni off to the station house,
followed by a InrRO crowd. Yesterday nt the
Centre Street Police Court, whero Simpson ap
peared in his uniform, both tho prisoners were
lined $3 each. althouRh Marks declared that he
was not a puller-ln. and had had nothing to do
with 'be attempt to sell tblnRS to Simpson. De
tailed descriptions of Simpson are now going
tbo rounds of tho cheap clothing district.
r.AnoKEn killed r a deiiiiick.
Durled from the Firth ntory on Which lie Was
nt Work by It (llns Array.
Joseph Mellazzla. a laborer, who was employed
In tearing down the buIldiiiR nt 10 Norfolk
street, was struck yesterday by a derrick, which
had become loosened from Its fastenings, nnd
was hurled to the ground from the fifth story.
He waa picked up Insensible and taken to tlou
verneur Hospital, whero ho died In a few hours.
Tho contractor, Morris Cohen of 181 Schnlcs
street, Brooklyn, wns arrested and arraigned In
tbe Kstcx Mnrkot Conn. He was dlscharRed
after an examination, which disclosed that tho
action was due to no fault of his.
88 Taleanien Out or loo Ilellnauent.
Fifty-eight out of 100 talesmen Impanelled
to provide a Jury to try MlchcloCnrmlnaln tbo
General Sessions for murder were lined $100 or
830 each by ItecorderfiorTyesterdayforfalllnRto
apooar when colled. Tho K"0 men, "ho camo to
court In tho morning tint disappeared at recess,
were James Stokes, banker, or IIH Park avenue;
Hobert Johnson of 010 Euit Uilith street, Charles
A. Waelk of Newell avenue, WUlIamsbrldRc:
George A. Haup of 111!) West Ninety-second
street, Henry A. (Jreeno of -Ml West Thirty
fourth street, and John HafTcii of G31 Court
landt uvenue.
Al Smith Denies the Marriage.
An answer which Albert K, Smith, tbs sport
ing man, made to the action brought against
him by Agnes Smith for a divorce and to estab
lish . marriage, was fllod In the Snpremo Court
yesterday. The answer was sworn to on April
21 last, and annexed to it Is a consent slgnrif by
J. Urattnn Mc.Muhon for tho plaintiff uud by
Samuel K. X. H. Thomas for the defendant, that
tho action bo transferred to this county from
Kings for trial. In his answer Smith denies tho
alienations of tho complaint that he married the
plaintiff. She has sued him for $30,000 dam
ages for breach of nromlso.
To Ilevlnw lions; lalaatl llsllroad Assessments.
Justice Mnddox of tho Supreme Court In
Hrooklyn grantod acven writs of certiorari yes
terday to rcvlow assessments on the real estate
ofthoItiR Island Hnllroad Company on the
ground that tho property has been overvalued.
Tho towns and tint valuations aro us follow si
Oyster Hay, 177.:ilt(): Habylon, 3ll,H70:
Ilroukharen, (t74,ill7.U8; Hlvcrhoad, 1 lo.OOOi
Soulhold. Vl!i3,7lK!i Southampton, BlithVUU.
nndSnilthtown HU.'JU;i. The writs are sued
out against tho Hoard of Assessors of the
various towns.
Notices or the Discovery or liold In smtoga
I'ounty Vllim In Albany.
AUUHY, Bopt, IS. Frederick Tarrant to-dsy
filed with the Secretary of Stato six notices of
the dlscovory of gold on different parcels of land
In tho town of Oreonfleld, Saratoga county,
Tho claims are near tho Hilton lands, upon
which ROld was discovered last week.
yiXAXCIAL AXI COitatEItOIAU
Mew Tork Stock Kzchssss-SslM (. IB.
nxjsixa rmcEs or unitid states bonds.
Bid. J$lctd. Bid. A$ktt.
Vn 8t is, r, Dn St Bi, r,
at pi of a. 08 1001 114s I14
I'n Et ia, r, Un St Bi, o,
10(t,!'....llla IXC 1801 11414 114
t'n b't 4a, a, Un fit et, r,
1007 1134 114 1898 103
t'uSt , r, Unfit 6i, r,
luti 126'a 120"4 IB8U io6
fnhm, c
16 126's ICO1
IISIMtOSI) AND otdkr nortns tn SI.OOOsl.
1 1 Ateb adj a..., 004 6 LANcn 104".
10 00'. 6 l0Z
7 00'. lL.NACblstllP
828 00 Clo.KEi u0..
led 6094 1 Mo, K ft T of
IB 60'a Texaati. a2
40 60'a 1 o,,.
10 60'14 ; ea
60 ... 60 IMetKISd Iflfii,
63 60s 1 ..iS
a7Atelifsl4a 80a 1 MobOfBl., 74a.
OS 8OI4 10orPMTlili07
18 .,,,,,,,, eo, 13 (t 107
SB SB's lHorPnt.o....lB2
4AmdM6 80 2 ZZH
OAroTobserlp.. 80 3 0T prior 4s.... 024
30 86 70 02
13 84 b 024
1 Ann Arbor 4... 84 60 N Psarnloi.... 004
1 !UltO,Pbr..l0D 10 004
1 n,onNiit..ioo4 10 004
7 Brook It T Da... D6'4 30 00
j 054 13 Sort k W en 4 70V
06 .,...' 064 10 NVftdussnl.. 87
2nrWWBa...l014 12 N YOdebto...l 10
1 Drook City 1st. 110 10 NashftChst cnl03
30DrKlUt, tr... 82 6 1024
10 B14 lCNStsrehmlit.108
10 81 SOOSI.cnBa 024
20 83 OOSL.Inoa G04
1 834 2COreHI.fi 1174
10 844 12 PacofMoBd...l06
10 84 Or. n ftEM.tr 14
11 86 6HockIalo 1324
20 ChJftOanl44t. 824 4 Hock 1st ex 6a.. 100 4
10 B14 27tdxnl4 80
1 ChsftO. nA 00 86
lsten4i 1084 6 HloOW 1st.... 81
1 C,IlftQcnrfli.l004 21 814
SJCtnOaaofChlo 17 811
ti 102 10Sc!VNEs.. 86
1 Ci Oth Ar I4LH7S4 1 84
4 118 0 St P ft Minn litl31
20 ChTmllit.tr.. .164 10 So Pot K It lstl07
20 46 7Bt P ft Ma en
16 464 4s 106
40 46 16StI,8FgBs..l01
6 45s,, lOStLftSFia....' 71
2 14 10 71
8 444 0 711"
20 46 4 71
10 454 3HtPlitHs 102
13ClftCantlst.tr 70 6Str78-10 1404
6C0IMM lst.tr 054 0KtPnnt4s 103
27 Col Mid 4t, 1st 6 1034
lp 124 2StPlt,CftM
6 114 r Bs 110
16Ch!cOI,ACCo 10StPorPoil27
1st 1044 OStanUftTOs.. 07
10 cat rty lsttno 47 1 0 Stan II ft T Ino. 174
lOCOalty Sdlnc. 174 8 17'
10 17 1 171"
0 104 10 BtrftDultd..l05
6C. Indft I. 5a... 83 110 S A ft A I' lit 4a 014
10 Pen A RO en... 88V10 SCft Oa lit... 05
1 804 10 BolVwayBs.... 04Ta
3 tisl Wist.... 83 1 044
24 Detroit das St.. 02 2 St J ft O 12-8-41 07
2 024 10 6eanftDUt.tr 74
10 ISrle prior bJt 03 6 744
20 02 6 76
42ErRllenn-4t.. 734 5 764
1 73 STftPHtBi 064
lKTennltt 1084' 6 TeiPacSdts... 324
2 ETenndlTMBsllO 26 324
4 n Til lien 4- 5i. 01 10 32
1 EdUKlcn Bi.,1 12'23 31
10FftPM.lsttii..ll4 50 314
12 Vt Worth Itt... 76 1 30
2 Fulton El 1st... 45 47 31
1 6 Or Hay, deb D.. 04 17 31
2IronMtSs S0'34 31
10 IntftOtMSd.. 804 10T Jilt AofStI,
6 80 4t 1114
fa KanPcOSs,trll2 5 Tex ft .' 0 en 5t 07
3 KanP Ut 80I..1 1 Hj 8 00
2 1 12U 1 Tol.StI, ft KO
15 KanPcon.tr.. 00! ltt.tr 80
20 00! 4 80''i
6 004 1 87
60 0041 0 UnPacOCa. tr.1144
16 KPDdaa.tr.. .11441 3 Un Pao 07a. t r.l 144
15 Kan ft Tex 4t 874128 Un Pao 08s, tr. 1144
6 87V 6 1U4
10 874 10 114
5 87 2 Cn Pao 80s, t r.l 14
16 874 11 UnPaoif.tr.. 113
105 Kan ft T 84!.. 064 6 Union El 1st... 84
100 06 1 834
20 054 23 Union El ltt.tr 814
12 04 24 82
110 04 20 83
14 044 24 84
34 04 11 834
22 05 10 84
4 05 43U P. DftOltt. 40
00 054 12 40
13 KC.Pftoltt.. 824 4 404
3 82 12 404
10 824 6 48
6 8271WabZil 80
10 LacIedoO 1H..103 0 704
20 Lake Sh lit. c. 100 5 704
10 LakoShlit.r..l00 2 70
15 1004i30 Wabdeb.sD... 32
4 100 20 314
10 Lake Shore 34tl 03 1 West Un col BilOO
20 102 0 WltCnn lt.... 38
12 Lou ft j 41... 854 GWUCenltt.tr 38
1 85 5 38
17 I-ftN'.P A lttlOO I
Total tales of railway bonds (par vatae), tft.T42.000.
RAILIIOAD AND OTHER SHARES.
Ovtn High. Low. , doting .
Ealf. inv. fat. tat. Did. Aaked.
II810Amsn..l65 1664 154 1644 155
inoiiAmSRpll0 120 110 1204 120
1473 AmSM. 14 14 13 13 14
040Am8Mp 344 344 33 334 344
170(15 AmTob. 03 03 00 014 01
100ATohptH4 114 114 113 1144
:0AmKx..H7 117 117 110 118
I860 Am COI1 26 25 234 234 23
250AmCOp 78 78 78 78 70
8525 Atch.Tft
SFe.... 10 10 16 16 16
1RB80 Atch.Tft
8 He p.. 36 35 34 344 34
000 irkljrnP.I 0 0 0 8 0
BOODruntnk 1 1 14 IS l,
esoiialtfto 18 IB 17 17 18
tllOIialtftO.
BWp.n 0 0 0
SB4n0Hay SKI 11 H 10 11 114
2D5'l5Br,knT 364 37 36 35 30
8411 UUn 0.136 137 1324 132 136
32H2CanSo.. fj84 584.684 68 5B4
HBOCanPae. 734 744 734 74 744
lOiiConlee. 38 38 3H 35 36
iBOClcepr. 84 86 84 844 86
0U7OCbUtW 174 174 10 17 174
SOOCenl'ao 144 144 13 13 144
14370 CLfaftO 26 25 24 264 25
8185 Cl.lcOatlOO 106 1034 1044 1044
88SOC.CC ft
St I..... 414 414 30 40 40
80 C. C, 0 ft
fit I, p.. 84 84 84 86 00
fl84BCNW127 120 1274 1284 1284
2e805C.Iifttl.1014 1014 004 100 1004
80UOOC.MtStl,101 101 00 100 1004
ISO C.UftNt
I'Pf..140 140 1464 1464 140
2208HC.ItIftP 004 004 044 04 06
4W55ColKuol. 204 274 204 274 274
1027C.I!,. 114 11 114 11 11
nooc.IftLp 364 36 364 36 30
2S!IC1IVAT. 0 0 0 0 04
2011 c ft lie. 74 74 7 74 74
1(1115 ConOas.210 2104 2164 216 210
OIODtlluJ. 1204 1204 118 110 120
200!i.l.ftW100 1004 100 100
2245I)ftItrip 40 40 484 48 40
cni),H s ft
A pf... 84 84 84 7 84
2835 Krle Kit 18 18 17 17 18
827Erlelttp 44 44 434 434 44
OtuErlriMp 244 244 24 244 244
200ErloTAT 764 754 764 74 764
BUEiliKl.,123 123 123 123 126
lOOEROai. 80 80 80 80 t-874
lOOFftPM.. 13 13 13 12 13
220 FAPM p 434 444 434 434
lOOFtWftD
C.s 20 20 20
28toainEloo 384 384 374 37 37
OtVII!ICUninOO 004 004 00
S720 IllCent. 1004 1004 1084 1084 100
08S III Steel. 404 404 404 48 40
BlOUCen., 11 11 10 11 114
iOOUCrop 30 30 38 38 30
BSBKI'.PftO 284 284 27 274 28
8T0I.K4W 20 20 20 20 20
OOOLEftWp 74 74 73 734 744
S8I.akeShl704 1704 170 176 1704
470 Long Ul. 42 434 434 42 48
802BLaclOu 434 44 4314 414 424
18030 Lou ft N. 01 01 00 01 014
141B0llanCoulll 112 100 110 110
200 IH11 Iron 60 60 60 68 00
2B Ilex Can 64 64 64 64 04
240HrlTraol23 123 123 121 123
600!lloliCenl004 110 1004 100 1104
771 M ft SI L 274 27 274 274 27
206 M ft StL
2dpr. 60 60 60 68 60
MBIOUorae,. 30 30 37 374 37
4B0Uo.KT 104 104 16 104 104
88265 M.KtTp 40 414 304 40 40
200MobftO 204 204 20 20 31
lOOMorftEilOB 108 188 106 108
200N Starch 12 12 12 104 124
200m,01l 17 17 10 10 20
BBBONJCsnt 074 084 07 07 OB
o78NYC.DU2 112 111 112 1124
1454BNatUad 42 42 304 41 414
1188 !JatMpl0B4 10B4 1074 107 1074
OONorAja. 64 6 6. 04 64
Or . tJlerlac
tela. So a. . BU. dthtX
100 NT, O
Stt 10 10 10 104 17
1B0 N Y, 0 ft
StLSp 80 30 30 304 41
BON Y.St W 184 104 1B4 10 104
810 X V, S ft
Wpf... 30 30 SO 304 30
nOONftW.. 104 104 104 10 104
108BNJtWp 444 44 434 434 44
B4B5NorPc. 20 20 104 10 10
S042B NPacp.. 664 664 634 64 644
804BOntW 184 184 174 17 18
StlOrllftN 41 41 41 374 30
SOUOllftSpt 73 734 73 71 724
IPOOraSL.. 22 22 22 21 23
26ractill 37V 371 3QB, 30 30
100P, DAP, 2, 2 2 l's 2
7l8PulP10182 183 181 181 183
8B0 r. C, O A
StL... 21 224 21 214 22
eoor.e.cft
Btl.p.. 00 C04 00 604 004
20PWp. 12 12 12 10 12
4001'enumtll4 114 113
iOOPAEast 74 74 74 7 8
10053 Readlnj 27 28 20 27 27
OOOdlleait lp 66 60 66 66 65
1035Itead2p 34 34 33 33 34
HOOKOWp 60 60 67 674 60
100 bt LAS
Flit P. 664 654 664 64 664
200 St LAS
F2dp. 21 214 21 20 214
7008tLSW 6 5 6 64 0
4008tLSVp 134 13 134 124 13
lOOStl'ftD 28 28 28 25 28
123(18 St PftO. 834 864 834 86 864
100StPAOpl464 1454 1464 145 140
t78StuIlAT 74 74 74 7 74
700 So Pa.. 22 22 22 22 23
BOSSSoIlwy. 124 124 11 11 11
18B40Sortyp. 37 37 30 30 30
HBOSUftUI 8 8 7 74 8
BSOStJftOl
Ittp... 484 48 48 47 484
BsstJftai
2dp... 104 104 104 10 174
7B42TCftI.. 344 344 33 33 33
0BdA'imi63 163 152 160 163
tU30TcxPac. 14 14 13 134 13
21600 UnPac 204 20 10 10 104
8050 U P.Dfttl 74 74 0 04 0
OOOUSltub. 184 18 184 184 104
420lnltubp GO 00 00 08 00
1070UHU... 04 0 0 0 04
S75U8Lp.. 70 71 704 704 70
TOSWabaah. 8 8 8 84 8
BOSOWabp.. 23 23 224 22 23
lOOW-FEx.110 110 110 100 111
10030 WU Tot 004 004 064 064 064
8125 WALE. 3 4 34 34 3
1345VALBp 17 104 17 10 17
Total talti. 500. HOtharea.
BOSTON CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
Did. Aatrd. Hid. Atked.
not A Alb. .217 220 WettEleo.. 244
Dot A Mr... 103 104 OrnEleop.. 84 87
ChleJrom 112 1 1 34Dos A Mon..l40 147
Chic J pf... 1074 110 CalftItecU43 6
FiUhlmrijp 06 Osceola 38 30
NewKncp. 80 87 Qulney M...1 18 1184
UrxCen4t 08 Tarn Mln... 137 130
OMCotony.185 illutte 20 27
WEIlcoru. OD 004'TamJr 10 20
Domln'nC 20 20'lt CO 1st... 044
AmBel!Tel27Q 280 UUOd... 704 80
rniUDKi.i'iiiA ci.osi.no quotations.
KM. AattJ. Did. Aaktd.
LemithTal. 304 31 n'OLCo.. 484 48
Pennnn... 50 57 EI8P.com. 314 31
PhllaTrao. 714 71 EISD pf... 334 34
Union Traj 114 1 1 !" II. L A Pa 17 174
EAPTC. 70 71 t'H.LAPp 38 38
BetTrao...l23 124 WeltCeom 22 23
CTofNJa 31 32 WcltCpf.. 70 71
CTofXJSi 06 08 'Malt Tract. 184 18
U 0 Imp Co 85 664'MartJcn.... 204 20
CIIICAOO CLOSINO QUOTATIONS.
Uld. 4ated. Bid. Aattd.
8S"L".... 54 664Ullllrw... 04 10
Amstr-Nl.. 284 30 'SIllBrewpf 324 33
Canal D.. 60 07.V Y Biscuit 604 67
Cttyll,way.240 243 'NChStny.240
Dlara'd SI..I63J4 165 StStubl0. 10 20
LakeSfL" 204 20 WCustlly.1074 1084
Ltt"L"c;t 18 104 Met WS... 74 7
LATEST LONDON QtJOTATIONS.
Atehtton, aap 104 Norfolk ft Wrr. n.. 40
Canadian Pacific... 774 Northern Paciaopr. 50
Chaape alee A Ohio. 20 Ontario A Wctt..... 18
Trleeon.aap 184 Pennsylvania. 5b
Erlelttpf 45 Reading, lit ap.. 144
Illinois Central 1124 St Paul 104
Kansas A Texas. ... 104 South IUltway 12
Lake Shore 1814 outh Hallway pf.. 30 4
LoultTlllB ft Nash.. 03 Union Pacinc 20
Now York Central. 1 164 WabaAhpf 24
MorAT. Sept. 13.
The beRlnnlng of tho fortnightly settlement
on tho London Stock Kxchnnge to-day disclosed
the existence of a short interest in American se
curities thut apparently nlarmcd some of thoso
who were responsible for It. AccordlnR to co
bio advices stocks were scarce for delivery; but
the best evidence that KnRllsh operators are
beginning to lose confidence In tho views thoy
havo entortalncd and acted upon was found
In extcnslva purchases In this market for
London account. Thoso purchases, according
to the most trustworthy Information, aggro
gated about 50.000 shares, which Is the largest
amount that foreign arbitrage houses havs
bought In this market on any 0110 day for many
weeks post. Tho heaviest purchases wero of St.
Paul, Louisville and Nushvlllo, Union Pacific,
an'd Southern Hallway Issuos. Tho Interest
rates for carrying stocks through tho new ac
count wero moderate, being 3$33 cent.
The appearance of Loudon ns nn extensive
buver was tho most important feature of tbo
markot. It did not, howover, control tho course
of prices because of extenslvo local selling to
realize profits, which wns followed by a vigor
ous attack upon tho markot by tho professional
element. This demonstration ngalnst prices
wns temporarily successful, because it com
pelled the execution of n good many stop orders
which had been given by lightly margined
traders and by those who havo bought stocks
upon tbo unsecured profits accruing on
previous purchases. Tho market is unquestion
ably healthier for the weeding out or reduction
of this highly speculative clement. At tho ex
treme declines a fair amount of good buying
was discernible, and In consequenco tho list
ehowod a disposition to rally that wns most pro
nounced In the final trading. The attempts to
depress prices w ero nttended by some very In
teresting but entirely unsubBtantinted rumors.
Among them was n report of Impending friction
between tho United States and Spain and dis
tressing rumors as to the extent of yellow fover
at Southern points and tho probability of Its
spreading. As a matter of fact, advices from
tho South regarding tho appearance of yellow
fever at a few points wero moro roassurlng than
at any time slnoo tho epldemlo made Its npponr
ance. Ilogardlng tho messago that our new
rtlplomatlo representative takes to Madrid It is
wall understood that his mission Is one of peace.
Tho news of the day, other than the extensive
repurchases of securities by London, consisted
of slower market for sterling exchange nnd an
excellent foreign trado statement for August.
Tho statistics compiled by tho Treasury Depart
ment show that the exports of four principal
products of the United States for August were
more than $11,500,000 Isrger than for the same
month of last year. The virtual settlement of
the bituminous coal miners' strike was another
favorable development. A few stocks were ex
ceptionally strong throughout, namely, Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas preferred, Omaha
common, Hrooklyn Rapid Transit, and North
western, In tho late dealings Jersey Central
and Reading Issues showed a decided tendency
to advance. The most pronounced effects of tho
reaction are to found In Atchison preferred,
American Tobacco, Itocklsland, Tlurllugtoti and
St. Paul, Manhattan Railway, Missouri Paclfto,
National Lead, aqd u number of the less ao
llro shares. The revival of activity In
Brooklyn Rapid Transit at advancing prices
lent color to reports that negotiations that
have been pending for some time between the
company and tbe management of the elevated
system of Biooklyn for close trafflo aud operat
ing arrangements are likely to be brought to a
desirable conclusion. This view was also
strengthened by sharp advances In Hrooklyn
Rapid Transit 5s, Brooklyn Elevated lets, and
Union Elevated lits. Tbe market us a whole
was active and the dealings well distributed.
Tho sttns description sppllcs to tho market for
bonds. Toe closlnc was In the main firm at a re
covery from tho lowest price
Final sales compare with thoso of Saturday as
follows:
Mil, Sept. IB. srjii.ll. Ssnl.is.
A.TftSFe. 16 16 NatLeadpflOO 1074
A.TftSKep 354 344 SorAmer.. 6 6
Am Cot OIL 25 234NorfftWes 17 104
Am8nef..l65 165 NorfftWp 44 434
AmSIlcfp.1204 1204 K Wcom.,,1274 1284
AmTob.,.. 034 02 N Pao com. 10 10
AmSpM... 144 13NP0Pf 64 64
Am Spit p. 344 33 NYCent... 1124 1124
nrnokllT.. 344 30 NJ Cent... 074 07
CauadaSo.. 584 68 Omahacom 83 86
CanPao.... 734 744 OntA W... 18 17
C.C.C&StL 414 404 Pre Mall... 37 30
C1I&Q....101 100 Pull l'Car,.1824 182
Conaas.,.,210 216 ItoekltlanJ 06 04
ChesftO... 26 26 Heading.... 274 27
Chlo Oat... 104 1044 rttsd ltt pf 65 66
ChOW,,.. 17 174 StPcoin... 1014 100
t)elftltu(1..120 110 Son'woy,. 124 11
li All (I pf. 484 48Sott'wayp 37 30
Erie 184 18 stLSWp. 134 134
OeuKleo... 384 37 StandKftT 7 74
Illinois Con 100 108 Texas Pe.. 13 134
KanftTex. 16 104 1"C. I ft 11.- 344 334
KanftTpf. 304 40 Un Pao,... 10 10
LouftXath 014 0 1 U S Hubbsr 10 18
LakeShorel77 170 USIlubpf. 00 00
LK ft Wett 20 20 USLeath,. U4 0
LacfedoOu 44 424 USLeathp 71 704
ltanbCon.,1114 1104 Wabash.... 8 8
HlchCent..l004 110 Wabash pf. 23 23
ItlanftStl. 27 27WUnTl.. 004 06
ItoPaclnc.. 304 374 Wtl.ll.... 3 34
NatLead... 43 41 WALEpf. 174 17
flovornment bonds oaslcr. Tho 4s of 1025
closed ig 11 cent, lowoo bid. Hallway nnd other
bonds netlvo and Irregular. Tho features wcro
Ainorie.111 Tobacco Scrip. Hrooklyn Rapid
Transit &s, Hrooklyn Elevated lsts, t. r.; (Jhesn
poako and Ohio general 4ns, Cleveland and
("niiton lsts, t. r.. Central of Georgia 2d in
comes, Detroit Gas 5s, Erie prior 4, Knnsns
City, Plttsbtirir nnd Gulf lsts. Now York, Sus-
I niichiimin nnd Western Rcnernls, Oregon Short
Lino ennsol Os. Pnclllu of Missouri '.Ms. Heading
Rcnoral 4s, St. Louis and San Francisco 4s,
Seasldo and Hrooklyn Ilridgo lsts, t. r Union
Elevated lsts. t. r.. Union Pacific, Donvor nnd
Gulf lsts, Wabash lids. Atchison, Colorado
Midland, ICiinsns Pacific, Knnsns nnd Texns,
Northern Pnclllo.Toxas Pacific, nnd UnlonPnclflo
Issues. Tho moro Important net declines wero In
Atchison nd, 43. 7 V cont., to SO1-.!, and Roncrul
Is, ". to Mil's; Amorlcan Tobacco Scrip, 1, to
81; Chosnpeako and Ohio general ih, h. to
8 mi: Colorado Midland 4s, t. r., 13. to lli;
Central of Gounrln 'Jd incamei, , to 17; Detroit
OasSs. s, to D'J'-j; Erlo prior 4s. , to H2V,
Northern Pnclllu prior 4s. 4, toOU4, and Rcn
erul lis. a, to 110: Oreiron Short Lino consol 5s.
"h. tnO'JV, Heading general 4s, , to 85V, St.
1 .011 Ii ami San Francisco 4s, N. to 71'."8i Texas
Pacific lsts. 14, to 05ia, nnd lids, at. to 31;
Union Pacific s. f., t. r.. a, to 115: Union Pa
cific, Denver nnd Gulf lstH, , to 48, nnd
Wnbash 2ds, 13 ' cent., to 71). Tho
noteworthy advances wcro In Hrooklyn
Rapid Transit 5s. 13 V cent., to 054;
Hrooklyn Elovntcd IstB. t. r 4, to 85; Chlcigo
Terminal lsts. t. r., 9, to 5:1; Cleveland and
Canton lsts, t. r., Z, to 70; Colorado Midland
lsts, t. r., 'a, to05a; Kansas Pacific consols, t.
r., M, to 0UH. and I dlv hs t. r 4. to 1144;
Knnsns and Texas 4s, V, to 874. and 2ds. 1 4. to
(i.'iU: Kansas City. Pittsburg nnd Gulf lBts, 4
to8'J: Now York, Susquehanna nnd Western
Kcnernls, i-j, to 87: Pacific of Missouri litis, H, to
lOft; Seasldo nnd Hrooklyn Hrldgo lsts. t. r.. 3,
to 75ij: Union Pacillc 08s. t. r., Va. to 114,
nnd Union Elevated lets, t. r.. 3 V cent., to R45i.
Commercial nrico of bar silver in New York,
fill;tc liar silver In Ixindon closed nt !Ifld.
Mexican silver dollars wore quoted nt 43'i'
4."5tic Exports 10 Eurouo to-morrow, 1173,000
ounces.
Moncvon cnll.SVcent. Tlmemoney Isquoted:
Sixty days, 1!433 V cent.; ninety days. 3cV
cent., nnd foil r, five, six, seven, und eight months,
4 V cent, on good mixed Stock Exchange collat
eral. Commercial paper firm. Primo indorsed
hills recclvnblo are quoted nt 3!-j'j1 V cent.,
prime slnirle nonius nt 4 V cent., llrst-clas
names at Iit4t-j V cent., and good names at4-jdt
5 V cent.
Sterll g oxehango was weak nnd lower on a
lietter supuly of both grain nnd cotton bills,
buying of stocks for foreign account, oaslor dis
count at 1mdon, nnd hardening money here.
Hankers generally showed moro disposition to
draw. Continental oxehango was also weaker.
Posted asking rates for sterling, $4.84 for long
hills and 4.S(! for demand. Aclu.il rates are:
Long bills. t.R34i3eI.8.1a; sight drnf e.
S4.85a. and cable transfers, ?4.85$1.8(1.
Francs nr quoted nt 5.214(t5.20''18 for long and
5.HPiH(rt5.18 for short; rclcbsmarks. 046.ij94
for long and 115 3-10 UI5 51 G for shurt; guilders,
3y8(cr3l) 15-10 for long and 40 1-10 O for
short.
Domestic exchnngo on Now York: Boston 5
cents discount. Charleston Buying, par; sell
I Ing, '-) premium. Savannah Buying, 1-10 off;
selling, par. Now Orleans Bank, 50 cents
premium; commercial, $1.50 discount. San
Francisco Mght, 5 cents premium; telegraph,
7-. cents iiremiiim. St. Louis, llOuJSO cents dis
count. Chicago. 55 cents discount. Cincinnati
Between b.inks, 40 cents discount, and over
counter, pur.
Oloroso Sugar Refining common Is quoted nt
4UViA0i-j, nnd the preferred at 05ui0; Stand
ard Oil Trustee! I lllcttes nt 332u(333. Metro
Eolltan Street Hallway consolidated mortgage
s closed at llli:alll7i?.
Tho all-rail east-bound shipments of dead
freight from Chicago last week were 07.741
tons, ngainst tltV.Ul tons the previous week nnd
01,84(1 tons tho corresponding week of the pre
vious year.
The trustees of the Union Pacific collateral
trust notes hn vo called for redemption 30 IP cent,
of the outstanding notes. This action la tho re
sult of a salo of tho Union Pacillc. Denver and
Gulf peruritlo.-.. deposited as collateral for tho
notes, to 11 syndicate headed by llallgartcn &
Co., and which includes others Interested In tbe
r.orRHiilzntlouof tho Union Pacific, Denver and
Gulf Company.
Tho New York, Now Haven and Hartford
Railroad Company has declared n quarterly
dividend of 2 V cent., pnynble Sept. 30.
Tho Colorado Midland Railroad Company re
ports gross earnings for August of $107,892. nn
Increase of $31,243 as compared with tho same
month lnt year.
The Flint nnd PJ-ro Mnrquotto Railroad re
ports gross earnings for .luiy of ?215,3tiU, nn In
crease of $10,010 as compared with tho sanio
month of last year, and not $54,700. nn Increase
of$5,!l)0, Forthosovcn months onding July 31
the gross earnings wero $1,533,804. 11 decrease
of If 8.3 13 as compared with tlio corrcscondlng
period of lnsl yenr, nnd net 370,il8tt, n riecrcaso
of iKi,021, Fixed charges wero $372,431 , leav
ing 11 dcllclt of $1,742. 1111 Increase of $17,770.
Tho Ohio River Railroad reports gross earn
ings for July of $8i.r,oo, nn Inercaso of $250 as
compared with the samti mouth of last year, and
not $20,281, on Increase of $3,503. For tho
seven months ending July 31 the gross earnings
were $503,815. n decrease of $50,155 as com
pared with tho corresponding period of last
year, and not $105,021, a decrenso of $400.
Tho Statcn Island Rapid Transit Company
reports for thoyenr ended Juno 30:
1K0T. ISPd. Chanon.
Orosa earnings. ..$n4M,:iio $7114, 4J1& Dec. SllM.ino
Oper. expeutes... tllilf.llli.l 410,843 Deo. 24,218
NM earnings. ...t2ns.U9I St7,tilli Do. tul.till
Charges UUtsUA at!l,4a7 Ino, o.UHl
Deficit S72.IB7 88.TS Ino. tOR.003
DrttermenU ua,481 1SS.0SU Ino, 17,3UU
Surplus.
The Lehigh nnd Hudson River Railroad re
ports for tho year ended June 30:
.,HB7- ,Bnn- CAonoM.
Orott earnings,., .4327,077 370,1)73 Dee, Sta.HPs
Oper. expentea.... lHU.Hail 9I5.HWI Deo. 88,438
Net oarn!ngi....$U4,U0t 105,13l Dec. 10.4n7
Other Income Sa 4,107 Deo, 4,144
ToUl 144,747 IM,848 Deo. It 4,01)1
Fixed cbargea 14X.0US lll.nna Ino. lioiia
h'etlnoome 3.838 1H,1:84 Deo. lft,aii
Exports of principal staple products for Au-
gust were as follows:
low. 18(8. CTiosom.
Dread- "
Btilfft.. 8S,BU8,B3a (14,411,407 Ino. 11, 091, ISO
o" 8,801,848 B,818,S78 Ino, 78,088
Cottou.. 1,703,818 0,840,018 Deo. I.StsilOO
tiont.. iB,0Be,ana iu,84,6Bn ino. 12,941,704
TotaL. 847,084,060 (38,484,180 Ino. (11,880,801
For tight monlAt rnding Aug, 31 ;
1807. 1808. Chang,,.
Dread-
ttufTl..134,V8I,888 (08,380,888 Ino. (28.012.023
llluerat
oil..... 80,416,478 40,780,020 Deo. 1,023.447
Provl. '
slum.. 111,484.474 107,888,210 Ino. 0,708,283
Total.. (276,182.838 (210,7118,008 Ino. (28,384,830
for ytar endtd Aug, 31 ;
Cotton, .(227,728,460 (103,087,848 Ino.(33,70,811
Or'ndt'l.(802,01 1,207 (440,788,888 Ino.(82,l28i441
Tho rcceliitB of thu Government to-day were:
Customs, 238,50(1; Internal revenue. $1188.324.
and nil.coUiinioiis, $24,081. n totul of $1151 61 1!
1 ho dlshuroeinents were $715,000, an excess of
receipts over expenditures of $230,511. Tho
Em .'WcSf. tho,n1,!!fl rear to d.ito havo beon
$00,015,804, and disbursements $04,811,030, an
SXXffS..0' MPonlltures over receipts of $27,-
The net assets of the Treasury at tho close of
business to-day as oftlclally computed compare
with those of Saturday as folluws; v
OoMroln and bullion. ..,(148807,441 (lB.H.ub7
hllrerdollarj and bullion 10,078,170 10 248 34'j
United Mates nutea .... 84,208,048 84 003.0110
Other auta In excels of
demand llabllltlst 17,834,708 17,204,828
ATallnbls eath balance, """"" "
Includlau-KOld rvMrre (3I8,H24,06S (218,880,778
Money in lxmdon, ij(a tf cent. Rates of dls
count In open market for both short and three
months' bills, l'e32 V rent. Amount of bullion
withdrawn from tbe Honk of England on bal
ance to day, 127,000. ParU adyfeej quote 8 0
lU-.V- -' U'- -lc . j-lmtitti tf.i. .,.J, , ,.f,
-' '
cents at 104 francs 27o centimes. Kxchangeon
London, 25 francs 20a centimes.
Tho Unltod States Mortgage and Trust Com
pany of this city nnd tho Maryland Trust Com
finy of Ilaltlmoro offer at 102a nnd Interest j
$000,000 first mortngo 5 V cent, slnklni: fund .
gold bonds of the New, York and New .icrsov
Wntor Company, rtuo Fob. 1,1020. Tho City of
Bnyonno has agreed to pay qunrtorly to tho .
trustee of tho mortgugo from tho rontnl duo tho
Wntcr Company nn amount equal to Interest on
tho bonds, indorsement to that clfout bolng
mndo on the bonds by tho city.
Tho sales of mining stocks at the Now York
Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchnngo to
day wcro as follows!
Ojxn- Jfloa- Lottv Clot
Sate,. Xnme. ino. '' '' '"
BO Dett ft Ileleher.. .66 .66 .65 ,66
BOCrownPoInt 67 .67 .67 .67
BOO Creeds ft OCk.. .11 .11 .11 .11
noOKortuna.10.374 10.024 10.374 10.374
000 Pharmacist 00 .00 .00 .00
SOPhornlx Aril... ,00 .00 .00 .00
lOOdavago 03 .03 .03 .03
60 Yellow Jacket.. .67 .67 .67 .57
Total talea, 1.370 sharoa.
aoMstEuatATa coMPr.xn.
Monday, Sept. 13.-Gkain Wheat-Spot wjs
cnslor. Sales 144,000 hush.. Including 10,000 No.
1 Northern spring New York; 88,000 No. 1 hard
Mnnltobn, nnd No. 1 hard Bprlng Duluth, nnd
40,000 No. 2 hard winter on prlvnto terms
for export. Sa'es of 240,000 bush, wcro re
ported for oxport at tho outports. Frco
on hoard nflont: No. 1 Northern spring Now
York. $1.05141 do. Duluth, $1.05; No. 2 hard
winter, $l.01"ei No. 2 roJ, now, $1.02V.
Minneapolis rocolvod to-day 292,800 bush.,
against 552.100 last year: Duluth 271,003,
against 300,0811; Chicago 257,210. ngnlnst 12.,
1150; Milwaukee 53,'JOO. against 32.500; St.
Louis 140.000, against 101.518: Toledo 00.010.
against 107,721; Detroit 21.5(10. against ; 0.324
InBt yoar. Futures declined 2c. to 2'ec. Juturo
sales 4,035,000 bush,, as follows: .
.vi r,
Ojiao. Ulghttt. .oMVtt. Clotlnj. Sigh).
Sept 1.01 1.01 1.00 1.00", 1.112
Deo 08 U04 7 08 1.0(1
Mar 074 07 W04 07 08
Ilarley Was dull but firm. Now fcedlnz. 32tfl24e..
ciwt and frelfthtto Uurfaloi 02(4!l8o , cott and frelsht
to.Sotr Yorki mailing, 42(460o. as to quality, llye
Wat dull. Mate. 4HwMe.l No. 2 Wettern. B24C,
com and freight to nurfalo. Corn Spot wu less
active, ami lower. Salet 40,000 liuth.. Including J2..
ooii No. 2 mliMl on private tcrma free on board
ailoat for export, Rales of 40,000 buh. were re
ported at the outports on private terms for export.
No. amlxrd in elevator. :IS4e.t 8.000 No. 2 yellow
at 88e. delivered. Futures declined 40. Future
tales 238,000 butb , at follows:
Onenlna. lUgheit. Lou-e,t. dating. Klght.
September.. 314 384 n4 H84
October 38 n R8 S4 "
Doeemter.,37 37 37 37 37
Oats Spot was In fair demand, fates, 102,000 buth..
Including UO.non No. B whlto, clipped, and 30.
0U0 heavy white on private terms for export,
No. 2 white. 6.0110 at 27(274e.i No. M do.,
a.ono t 2i,f.204c; o. 2 white, clipped.
16.000 at 2t-c.t No. 3 do., 27C.1 No. 2 mixed.
24c: No. 3 do., 8.000 at 244c; rejected
mixed. 24e.ido. whlto. 254e.i No. 2 mixed. delivered,
saw, truck mixed. 8,000 at 2824c: do. white,
40.000 at 2IKS32C IMturet were 4c. higher. Future
sates 10,000 buth. as follows:
Sat.
Opening. Hlgheat. Lou-tat. Cloaing. Sioht.
September .... .... 28 24
December. .23 28 28 2 23
Thlt Is tbo visible supply:
Sept. 11. nvet-'t Sept-12,
1S07. C7iane. 1808.
Wheat. bush.lB,7il,000 Inc. ntti.ono 47.802.000
Corn, buh.... 38.004.000 Ine. 2,384.000 is.007.noo
Oats, bush... 0,701,000 Inc. 108,000 8.07M.OOO
11) e. Luh 2.34W.UO0 Inc. 80,000 1,777,000
Ilarley, hush. 1,330.000 Inc. 24,000 1,182,000
The New York ttock It as follows:
Sept. II, Week', Sept. 12,
1897. Change: 1800.
Wheat, hush. 1,02(1,0811 Inc. 44.243 3,378,801
Corn. hush... 3.712,888 Inc. 1,048,041 2,310,070
Osts.buab.... 2.012.118 Inc. 30e.S37 1,884.488
llye. both. .. 613,018 Dec. 73.408 102.817
Ilarley, tmah. 21,164 Dec. 8,774 87.308
Whfat was moderately aetive today but weak,
lower cablet ted to Keneral aelllnir. causing a tbarp
decline In price. Foreign house sold here, and the
Increase in the visible supply also In toeed some tell
ing. Part of the lotitwas recovired before the clots
on eoverln. "f shorts, together with some new buying
on the dcl .e. but tbe last prleet thowed a material
net los for the day. Liverpool decltucd 10. to fVd.
Paris declined le. The visible supply Increased W4U,.
000 hut.h. Tho Northwewtem recelpu were 1. SOU car,
aeatuat 1.0K7 a year ago. Chicago received r.88
cara aud expects 42(1 to-morrow. The world's ehlp
ments for the neek were ",113,006 bush., agaloit
U.8i2,247ln the previous week and O.SOti.OuO last
year. Tbe New York ttock Increased 44,200 buth to
1.017,000 butb. Conttact stock! Increased 28.000
buth. Corn declined partly In aympalby with wheat.
I.lveriool wot lower and light ralnt were rejiorted In
tb corn belt. The visible tupply Increased 2,:4.0eo
bush. Liverpool declined d. to t.L The world a
ahlpments for the week were 6.1 70,348 bush., against
3.101,004 In tbe previous week. Chicago received
1.081 cars and expectt 1.800 to-morrow. Nor
ton A Worthlngton or Chicago tald of cornt
" It It probable that, at the growing crop It now be
yond any arrtout frost or drought damago, the
disposition will be to market quite freely, and
though expecting smaller receipt!, we tielleve
they will be large enough to offset the speculative
demand, and therefore expect a general tendency
to lower prices We think, however, that, owing to
the general bulllftb feeling among speculative oper
ators, quick ralllet may be expected, and there
fore continue our advleo to buy upon the periodical
depressions." Oats were firmer. The receipts con
tinue light. The vlslblo supply Increased 18b,000
buth. Chicago rroelved 640 oars, and ex
pects 420 to-morrow. Chicago, bept. 18. "Wheat at
one time showed a toss of 24c Thero waa some re
covery. The dulness had much to do with the de
cline, but ther wero largo receipt, somewhat lower
cables, and other more or lest bai1ah statistics. Pri
mary receipts were 800,000 butti. ahead of tatt year't,
1, "32,000 Wh.. Ok'Blutt 1,333.(100 buth. Local re
ceipts were treble tatt year's. 838 agatnat 1W3. The
vttlble Increased about at expected. 1(40,000 buth.
The world's ihlpmeuu, 0.1 00,1100 bush., were less
than thoeof the week previous, but 2.000,000 bush.
over !at year. Llwrpool was off l4d.t Parti off
about as much. The local stock did not Increase to
much, only 164,000 butb. There was a small do
create In the Kngllth visible, 620,000 bush. Clear
ance torthenay mere 320.00U buth. It made an ar
ray of slntlttlot not as luipoilngly hulllih as of late.
A little rally toward tho cLfeu was helped by a Lon
don oable reporting lo-'utts making their appear
ance tn Argentine. The South American proapect waa
said to be not so good, The cash demand here
was tlow. New York claimed 30 loads there
for export. Corn was eatv. clotlng about
xor export. corn was eaty, ciotmg about
where It dll Saturday. It keept dry and hot
Wett. Since the (lovernment report there has
been a frelliift that tlu advance has hern loo f att. aud
that tentlmeut tttll exists Prleet are off about 2 4c.
from the top. Today's cars were 1.031: the esti
mate for 1 urmtsy, 1 ,300. The local ttock. 1 8,030.0(10
btiidi., thowed an Inerettse for tliavtoek of 2,000,000
buh., aud the visible, 33,800.000 bush., thowed an
Increase for the week of 2,400,000 buth, Oatt acted
about as corn did, 5 lelded early and closed about at
Saturday's mciircs. Iteeelpu were 34D cart, with 428
estimated forTuetday "
FLoi'H The sharp decline In wheat caused an easier
feeling In flour to-day, aud prlcrsweretllghtly loner.
Trade, however, was rather more active. Kales.
13.MI0 bblt.
Barret,. &tel:t.
lleeelpU 10.284 20,132
L'xport 3.6S3 21,483
Wluter In bblt,: Superflue. (3.10(3.23: No. 2 exlra.
(3.H3dt(U.r,3i ttralghtt, S4,V0.$A; patent!. (6.26
(3.63. MprliiK In libit.! Clear. (l.48Cf (4.73:tralitbta,
(S.ll4t6.36patcnta. (8.4lli)3,70. Mill feed ltruu
was firm but dull. Wettern quoted: Per 100 b.. to
ttt., 0244U74ci 80 St., u24f674o.l 80 B., 03
70c.i luo a 70K.76e.
Cottos Simt ootton liere declined l-16c, wltti sales
of 43 bales for aplunlngi 3(10 Mere delivered on eon
tract. JIMdllug miluiids 7 life, a-ulml s,e. last years
New Orleans anil (lulf 7e..ngalntt h'c. Iat year.
Savannah and Wilmington declined l.lrlo. ; Charlet
ton and Unltlmoru declined 4e. New Orleant told
2.000, Autumn 1,41111, bataunsb 1,185, Mobile 4110,
and Norfolk lou bales. Liverpool declined l-32d.
on the toot, with tales or 1 0,11110 baleti futures there
divllned 1 to 1 ij points. In Manehesier varus were
dull, but steady: olotht, orTers 100 low. Memphlt re
ceived today Htli hnlrs, ai;aluit 74 Inat week and
0,308 tatt year: ht, Louis 111", itgnlnit noun lat neck
nnd 127 last yean Auituta3,17u, r.gulnit 2,3llBlntt
week and 2.3UU Ittt ymr; Cincinnati 20, ngntntt
none luat week aud .'lluiojt yeari lloutton 11,333,
ngalutt 10,137 latt week an 1 11,1112 Isat year. Att
Hints shipped today 1.624 bale, Memphis 3U, .St.
Louts I), ami Houston 0,84 bslia, Ilouiiou expects to
llioirow 27,:l"0 to 27,300, against 111,184 lat
veiek and 21..810 lout year. New Orleans ex
pectl U.000 to U.600, 0;lllt 0,034 latt week
and 16,835 latt year. The port recelntt
wero 32,102, agalutt lli,U5il luit work and 40,064
last yean thut far thlt week 86.701, agalntt 20 844
thin far latt week The export! from tbe portt were
3.01U bales. New Orleans advanceil II points, but
lott It. I'utuie here declined 1 to 3 point, reiovrret
this und advanced 4 tn it points, hut reacted and
eloted Heady with priest uurhangod to 2 point!
lower with tales of 00,700 bait t, The future trodlni
was as followti
Colntr. Jllghett, Lnuvtf, Sale,.
September.. 0.H4S8.0S 7.00 11.113 4 joj
(K'tubtr 1181111.81 tl.811 11.78 711,0
Novemlier.,U.72A0.7M 0.77 0,71 ri'"00
December, ...6.7rM..7 8.81 0,74 ln'unu
Junutry 8.7UuiH.h() 6.80 0,78 U7'inii
February... ..S20.84 6.8U ti.87 800
March -a.H?!!! n.3 0.K8 B 1100
April o.uo.,tu.ta nui u.ot ino
May U.U40.5 O.Wa 6.08 1.U00
lutontu dulnett prevailed In the ootton market to
day. What little tradliig tli-lo waa wat of a lueal
professional character. At Iho opening urlcct de
clined allghtly In aympatliy with a lower market In
MtsriKHilboth for future! andapots. Thuorferlngt
wero srry light, however, und on a small local d"
msnd prleet rallied and tlowly advomed. Hut the
Improirinent wat thort-llved, The receipts at tho
Interior town, wcrelieajy, thote at lloutton and Au
suttabetug larger than latt year's arrival!, while tbe
lluutlnu estimate for to-morrow waa about 4.(100
lialvs larger ibau last year's receipt, on the tame
day. Till! heavy movement leil to local aelllni'.
causing a reaction In the abtence of support. Iho last
prices showing a small uet lot, forlheday. t'oluiu'
bla. ,f..hept,tl.-Hatn hod about twoweekaago
teems to have done considerable, damage, evidenced
by aheedlng and rutt. On high, tandy lands plaut
bat stoppeJmsklngt all botliaro popping niwn" t3?op
la btlng rapidly gathered, There will certainly hi
quite a rutfi of cotton to market la IbU section the
att of the month, but will be taken up consldersblT
by local mills If prleet deciles 41 4c. further."
v S."i1-1."? n tha spot was dull but Heady. No.
7, 7c. Tho future tradlug wat at follows:
M..h 'SiV'i'' ".!"',?" '-""'eti. Cfotlap.
JJrch 'Bft ,lh0 0.76 .70&n7B
,J' 1.000 n,oo .,s 08o2n8B
heptembtr... 230 8. 18 fl.15 fl 0S(Jb Ift
October ..,.2,600 6,10 B.I0 o oZJln It,
Novoniber...X,780 6.16 0.15 6 08a 16
December... 600 6.66 .6o oisBuB.r'o
Futuret here dacllued 5 to 10 pololt. eloslnz btrslv
auady, with solas U 1.169 bl luVS IStmSS
11 "T
4 to f. Hamburg was unchanged to 4 pfg Id jhee
Illowai firm at 200 rels advancei reeelpia Ii.Oiih.
ttock 470,000 exchange 7d a decline of n ir.d'
Santos was firm at 280 rels advancei ticelpl .'Hi,.,io,
atcnk 1188,00(1. The oiblcs from Kurope and Pri
to-dsy were higher, but prices here rule I e ii-rin I
tho continued heuvy movement nt primary point. I
Flt'it offers wererro-lved berotoday of Ilshlseofteo I
on the parity of future. I
Wool Lxcittvos lltronr The Wool kvehsngi 11
quntet domettto w,kIs as follow: Ohio and I'euii. I
sylvanls-XXX. 27e.i XX and above. 2iti: x j.v , '
No I, 27(428c.t No. 2, 27(ft2e.i flue tiiins.iiid,
18i.ttuc. unmerchantable, IVcC'Dc. oh'o 1 ,.i,,u
Ing No. 1, nnd 4 blood, 2.V2Ue.i So.
2, 4 blool. 2n.4(V-. : onto ileUliie. v;0
Jllcliljsn X andnlHive, 22ct No. 1, 2V.t2il., So
2.10.1 flno unwashed, 17c.t tininen-hsntsble, 1n.
MlehtganComblng-No. 1, ami 4 blood, 83 ; No 2,
14 lilood, 2Se 1 Michigan delalho. vf.e. kintiuxy,
Indians, ami Missouri Combing blood, 2l v. (
combing, 4 blood, 2U123C 1 combine, braid. 2n,-1
clothing. lilood, 20cl22c.i clothing, 4 blooil, vn,
22c.t clothltig, coarse, tec.
NavalHtobrs Meady. Splrtsof tiirpeiutne. no
30 V.I common to good strained rosin. 81 4V-,ei it.
Parnol.i:VM Cruite certificates were unquoted hers)
In Oil City. 111140 hi.!. Itcflned here, 5.7UC.I In Phila
delphia, n.nnc.t nsptha, ft.boc.
Pkovisions Lard slronger. Prime, (4.ini pork
firm. New mets, (H.MiAdOi old do.. (HkIii -,o,
Tallow, 3e. Duller Crenniery, Wettern, txc lt
Wettern, ino. Chicago, Sept. 13. -"Liberal hi g r
celpts. with prices Inc. lower, together with ea.ier
grain mstkets. opened provisions al a de
cline, and caukcd rather free tslllng by eni.
tered tioblers A good demand from short,
particularly from Iho lending bear Interest, and some
inlying by packer brought about a ro-ovrv and
closed this market firm at a good advance. The caih
demand was moderate. The very freo liquidation by
longs tho pan few davs baa put this market In a
healthy condition, and we look for higher prleet.
Fifteen thousand hots are estimated for lomorrow."
HfOAitllaw dull, but nrnu 811 test, HVe.t V trtt,
3 13-in4c. Iteflneil fatrly aetlvo and firm.
Cnicioo, Bept, 13. These wero to-day's prloeti
.Vof.
Wheat: Opening, lllghett. lseett. Clnnlng, Sight,
Sept 116 U84 044 1114 vn
Deo 06 5 0.1 H44 Unlj
Msy.... U44 03 034 04 031,
Corn.
5ept.... BO 30 20 20 fl'i4
Deo l 32 BI4 31 ni
May.... 04 354 04 S3 354
tMft:
Sept.... 10 10 104 10 Hi
Doe 20 21 20 21 21
May.... 23 23 234 23 23
Lord.-
Oct 4.35 4.47 4.32 4.37 4 37
Deo 4.42 4.33 4.43 4.88 4 48
Jan 4.60 4.70 4.00 4.70 4 ,1
Mb,!
Oct 5.12 B.83 B.tO B.82 B.JS
Deo 4.76 4.87 4.72 4.R3 4 77
Jan 4.80 4.85 4.80 4.85 4. 77
Irl::
Oct (8.17 (8.27 (8.12 (8.27 (8 2(1
Dee 8.05 8. 'IS 8.00 8.82 8 27
Jan 9.10 U.30 0.05 0.20 P.2II
Inos The market for pig Iron warrants to-day was
quiet, but firm. Spot and September quoted. (7.009
(7.101 O.-tober. (7.16i7.20i November, December,
and January, (7.1B(7.26. Hales Bontons January
at (7.26. Copper very quiet at 11.10'$1 1.25 tor
lake. Tin Inactive at (13.60(13.70 for rpot and
(13. 63(?S1B. 65 for future delivery. Lead was easier
In sympathy with a decline tn London and lower
ntinla.lnn, tmn. fit. Tilll. Rnill ln.,l at S4.T10L.r.
(4.374. Spelter dull and unchanged at (4.25(9(4.30.
Live Stock Market.
Nrw Tors, Monday. Sept. in. llecetpta of beeves
veterday and todar were 3.002 head: 49 cart to b
exported, 141 ears direct to local slaughterers and
43cart'ibe sold. Somewhat qutet and lower, ex
eept for good tteert. Tbe yards woro not fully
cleared. Native steers told at S3 ROrit.VSO V too
ftt.. Colorados and halt breeds at (3.80iS4.80. ita,-t
and oxen at t2.73ftg4.no. built at t2.2.VtH, dry
cowt at (1. 809(3.28. Dressed beef steady at 7 1
8c. V a. for poor to prime native tide.. Cablet
from Drltlth markets quote American tteert at llKt
Uc. V .. dretted weight: American refrigerated
beef at 0'404c. V ts. No exports to-day; to-morrow,
730 t-eeves and 2,240 quarters of bref.
Receipts of calves yeterday and to-day. Including
47 direct, were 1,788 bead. Vealt tteady; other
calves lower. The pens were fully cleared. Ve tit
told at (3a(R V 100 ns.: grsasers and buttermilk
calves at (3.624(3(4. City dressed veali qaltt at
10i12o. a) n.
Receipts of sheep and lambs yesterday and to-dar.
including IS cars direct to butchers, wero i.O".,
head: 674 cars on tale. Quiet, closing slightly lower
on sheep and 4e. lower on lambs. About 2 cars wero
carried over. Sheep told at (2.80r$4.30 V 100 st.t
Iambi at (89(6.1x4. Dressed mutton, 7t3S4c. p
&.: dressed lamb 7Gtl0c.
Receipts of hogs yesterday and to-day were S.066
head: about 12 cart on tale; lower at (4.503(4.78 V
100 ss. for State bogs.
neal Estate Bales.
Ware Olbhs have purchased for Mr. Maekey tht
flv-tory brownttone dwelling No. 133 West Seventy
second street, on lot 23x100. Tbe teller of record It
Walworth Ward.
Charles Ortmth Moses baa sold for Walter J flail
lot. 28x100, on the east side of St. Nicholas place, op
posite to 132d street.
At the Broalway Salesroom yesterday Wltilara
Ernnelly sold No. 243 East Fiftieth ttreet, near Sec
ond avenue, a three-story brlcK dwelling, lot lex
too. 6. foreclosure, to Abraham L. Newburgrr for
(7.BB0.
rfinnncinl.
United States Mortgage
and Trust Company
AND
Maryland Trust Company
Offer For Sale at 102 and Interest
$600,000 (Total Issue)
First Mortgage Five Per Cents
Sinking Fund Gold Bonds
OP
The New York and New Jersey
Water Company.
rniXCIFAI, DVB PCDKUAUY 1, ioo.
nCDEEMAm.K AT lOB AND ITEn3T,
Ai.A&.baA rAiAour. rbDJiWAiti jmw
AUOCST.
ninlmnna revenne aTOarantee4 by
City ornavonan PT9.570
Coat of suvply and natateDane 8S.SU0
Ret rarnlnra 541,010
Interval on bonds no.ooo
Bui-plus from mlnlmnat revenue. ...017, 070
The Xew York and Hew Jersey Water Comraay
supplies tho City of Dayonne, K. J with water, undo
the terms of a Twentyflve-yesr contract, wterety
the City purchatet from the Company at fixed pries
all water required for municipal, manufactures, 4o
meatlc, and other purposes.
Water Is distributed and rtntalt are collected by
the city.
Tbe contract between Tbe !law l'ork an(
Xew Jersey IVnter Company and tbe I tly of
Ilayonue baa been sustained by tbe deeltlim
r the Supreme Court or tbe Slate or Aew
Jersey.
The City agrees to pay ejuarterly to tks
Trustee or tbe Itlortsase from tbe rental due
the Water Company an amount equal tn In
trreat on tbe bundai Indorsement to that f
rect belnar made on tbe bonds by the Cllv,
The plant has a capacity of 13,000,000 k'i11" r'
day, and la now supplying about 2,500,000 uslliinfptf
day, on which tho present mtnlinum rental 1 bs-el
The City It growing rapidly, and a lar-e Im-reue Is
tbe ute uf water Is anticipated, with attenduul l
created rovenue to tho Water Company.
Circulars statins full particulars may be hs(
at the office of the
lilted States Mortgage & Trust Compan,
HO Cedar Street, Ken Ynru, r
Maryland Trust Company,
i'l".1' 4 ""u" " Hnltlmore, .M4
nANKTNoTlOUhr-, OK
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
11, in, IK 17 llroad Nt.
Members:
K. T, Stock Kxchanite, ti. Y Cotton r.xehanse.
N, Y. Produce Exchange, Chleaso Hoanl of lra.ls.
Orders executed at any of the atiove Kit-hsnrfet r t
InYettmeul or on margin. Intereit allonnl "" '
poitt acoounta, tuhe't to checx at tlirht Aci a Kl.ou
Agents forcorporatloiusnd for ettate tin eatinenta
I 2U2 1IF1II AVK., cor. 28IIIM
Branch Offlut J h7 HHDADWAY, Mlk I x'.-e M'ty
crsnon oraoss 87 m,i,M,N KTt .M,.ri.ntiie ht't.
t 111 COUItT ST.. llrooUyn .
NORTON & TUNSTALL,
WAIili ST., NKW Ylillll.
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchaiigje.
Stocks, Bonds, and Investment Securities.
Market Letter rurulahrd en aiipllriitleu.
1
rtfii'tiiem. urt amerrst.
""THIt Clllt-AtiO JHVt.Tltl IIAII.M Its
A I'MIISI MKM'U VAItllS tMI'tt
Thslloonlof Directors havo dis-Ureil sdui "' f
one and ouelnlf iwreeut. upon the I'reft ire i s'
of the Company ror the ijuarter einllin,- , " ' '
aoth, lHU7,iajfableOcloberlil,lHU7.ioiib ;''
ofrecorl at Ihecloao of the preferred tt"--. " - '
bookt on Frlda Septernter 17lh, allhr'" ' '
M, Tramfer Uokt will reoiieuou Kaurilf ' i '
2nd. I8U7. WIU.IAU C. LASt, ltcsaarts.
JKUHKY CITY, M. J, bept. 7, 1MI.
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