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W Jk rt ' THE SUJWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20,' 1897.
II CARRIAGE TRADE BOOMING K fr .4JV.D CAJtJtlAGr. JITEX SCTIXIB w JK TO M'KINI.KX'B ULECTIOX. K jK Their Kulloaal Cnentloa Haw In kesslois m W: Here The. Daleaatra Coma rram All Palnla B 9L' aatl nrclara Thnt Ilia Whole, CounlrT la X me, ivalclilnc Men n'ork'a Mnerttj Cantait. ft K' In bla nnnunl address to tho Carringo Build- H1' CT' National Assoclittlon, which opened Ha K tTientr-Ofth annual convention at tho Grand ft ffi Ccntrnl 1'iilnco yesterday, resident Henry ffi Timkln of St. Louts concmlulnteil tho dnlcirates ) W and representatives of carrinco concerns on tho - K irroat lncrcaso In business durlns tho Inst ten wk rtontlm nnd tho proarcct of a creator improve- K fticlil duriiiB tho next threo years. Wlillo tho ml Ortnlno Hulldcrs' Association has novcr en- ,' EL ttijcd' Into politics as on c-a'anlzatloii, Uio ad- K 'dress of tho President and tho report of various ;, jf . committees referred to "tho recent restoration Ei of confidence, the maintenance, of n Govern- ! jt? tnentnl policy o vital to tho prog-rcss of our .' K ixftdo.has so hencfltcd.tha members of our asso- " , elation thnt thoy are to bo congratulated on tho , K .present status of their business and tho hopeful S- o outlook, for tho next tbrco years at least. From W- West, from North, from Kast, from South there ': :jt is retlectod the samo rosy lino of confldenco ' r and prosperity. Comparing this condition with t M tho uncertainty and dread of a year aro, wo tt fi can assuredly dcclnro that the apparent lm- " JK pendinc disaster Wiw divcrtod, and prosperity, progress und happiness restored to our trado ! and to the bustncis world nt large. , fK Notwithstandlnit tho fact that there aro dole- SS Kates to tho convention from tho est and op Bouth, tho report and address wero erected Hp "with ontbuslaatio applause-. In explaining tho Vjt chauso in business conditions one of the dclo- ' mites said Unit tho drend of Ilrvanlsm, which at shook tho confidence of every voblclomnnufac- J. Murine concern Inst year, was so Krcat that tho j&' annual convention of lSUtl was postponed IS. until this yoar, members feeling- that they could S 111 ulTortl tho expenso of fending exhibits to St. flS1 Louis, where tho convention was to bavo been (ft held. In fact, ho added, had .tho conven es Hon been held at n time when tho carriage Rf business wan on the rcriro of utter collnpso it JK would -havo been a dlillcult matter to keep ffc politics out of tho organization, for there existed nt a unanimous deslro to Indorse McKluloy nnd 3 repudiate Ilrynnlsui, J Tho roprescntatlvo of ono of tho largest car ls, riago manufactories in Ohio, In speaking of the WT Improvcdtcondltion of business,, snld: V. 'Just before coming to this convention I SB mode a trip from Pennsylvania south to Louis , Iana.'nnd tlicn west, and cast, visiting theprtn 'm clpal cities in every Stnto of the Union west of Jfe'- Now York. Tho election of MclCtnlcy and the , mssuranco of a sound financial policy has had It tho ctTcct of rostorlug business confidence and . S, cntorprlso all over tho country. For tho first I jR tlmo in years tho farmer is spending money und S' tho manufacture of farm vehicles, which has ft z' been practically at a standstill "since 189'J, has if K picked up so urprlslngly that tho factories ore & ' ffl taxed to their utmost capacity of production. . "Uryanism is not dead, howevor, and In tho ft- B West, particularly Ohio, the Ilryanitea ore en 's' f. dcavoring to explain the causes of tho present f & eralot prosperity. Ohio will keep up the tight If S- for sound money and national honor and will .jb return Jlr Hanna to the Senate by an over J'fP r whelming plurality. Tho only hopo of tho Hry IK - anltcs in Ohio seems to bo ccntrnl in your ll& ? Greater Now York conttst. They know that IfP HE Tracy is tho only candidate representing sound liiV ? mouoy in the Drcsent lnyoralty campaign, nnd KC, w; if ho Is defeated they will consider it a triumph Iw .t ' Uryanism in the very home of round money Ifr Wy and 'sound business principles. In fact, tho lis Mi- New York flKbt Is interesting Ohio liryanltcs E v and Ohio Hcpubllcant more than their own I'M 5c. campaign, for Hanna's victory is assured." Bfl?' (fc -vln Morris Woodhull of Dayton, O., read a tm paper on tho effect of tho bicycle upon the car Jw lS& riage business. His conclusion was that if tho ,' w present condition of business could be taken as I' w n eritcrlon. there had been no marked detri W W mental effect upon tho trado. 'ft mh Annex to the Weekly Bank fllattment. I E, The public statement of tho condition of tho ,Si S banks that arc not members of the Clearing jjS s House Association, but clear through members, W !jg. ,',Ti?I.cn statement is to bo published by the Clear- ! K Ing'Houso every Monday, beginning with tho ft. fB,. nrst Monday in November, is to be arranged ffi' if. alphabetically nd by geographical divisions. . First will come tho Now York city banks, then iK W' l" Brooklyn. Long Island City. Jersey City, life m. 'Baronne, and Sutcn Island banks, the hanks ,f 3Ei in each geographical division arranged In alpha 's!; at- bctlcal order. ':- 3S" -Vo Rprctal Juries Drann This Tear. V& Mf- .Henry Winthrop Gray, Special Commissioner $: 5' pt Jurors, presented to tho Board of Estimate . yestorday his provisional estimate for 1898. S K' Ttio amount nskod for was 25,100. President J K Jcroloman of the Hoard of Aldermen said it was m M' an outrage that the city was obliged to pay this ;&" money. Commissioner Gray, he said, has not E - drawn n single jury this year. Iloth Corpora- K K tlon Counsel Scott and Comptroller Fitch said ft. IE the money would have tn be appropriated, and B '" tho estimate was adocted. K ok 1; :- ItaTenawooil Park Awards nait De Paid. 8r M Justico Gaynor of the Supreme Court in & R Brooklyn yesterday granted a peremptory writ $, SL directing the Board of Aldermen of Long Island C ill City to pay the awnrds of 870,991.05 for tho K K lands taken for Itavcnswood Park. Walter J. jfi E. Foster, who npnearcd In opposition, said that B WL tho debt limit of Long Islnnd City was already K Wt exceeded, and that tho money to pay the awards K H should bo raised by taxation. $S M Court or Appeals llerlslont. f: W ALBANV.Oct.19. These decisions were handed SS' e down to-day by the Court of Appeals: fc K Oeo. II. Preston and another, apiIUnti, ts. John C. K" . Ilowland anil otlxn; William I,. ItlcU. appellant, ti. I S' Now York Central and Itudnon P.lrer lullroad Com- t- & pany; Judgments attlrmeU with cent. ffi - Dnffalo Iion, Trutt and Safa Urpotlt Company ti. B JOhn I.ronnrd.appollant; order afnrinrd wlttienats. S J: Jlarjr E Buchanan, nppellant, . Sarah J. Little and thsrs; lodgment modMrd so as to conform with tha , tBK lews expreswd In the opinion and aa modmed af. K Orme.1 wltheoitsto all tha parties to bo paid out 5 ft of tha estate. rxxAsciAi, and coumf.ticiat. fe" B, Xew York Block rTirharjxe-galea Oct. to. K S'V BXITnD STATES ANI STATH noSDS (IX S1.0O0S). ff W ' 1 O84s,c.lli071139 lOTcnnsetSs... ' R- STcnnict3,i 81 I 85Ma854 f I' ' fciosiNa riucEs oir cmted states ponds. L. lS ' n,i- JL,ktl- Dil- - lt m CnEt2,r, CnStBs,r. A Ei stploffl. 0B4 lm 114. H4H Ig - l'nat4s.r, UnSt5i.c, f ft 1007 1124 113 ,80 1161 116"a E: j? CnUi,c, Unites, r, P K 1007 113"a 114, ,BB8 10S' ' I'D St 4i. r, CnStes,r, rf 1023 126 ' ISO's ,BSB 106' K Cn St s. c, I P' 10S 127 1274 K , ItAIUtOAD AND OTDEn R0HD4 fix tl.OOOaX t, 'A 26 Atch adj 4s.. 584 1 0 Nor I'aoT lst..l OS ..K S 26 68Te 3 .VorPlst, c,...120'4 'V 64, 60 16NorPae lat,r.,1204 f VL 16tChcnUs BO'S 17.NI'prlox4i.,,, DQi il W B BOH: 20 00". .! i I it 1 Am Tob scrip... 77 26 004 V K 7E1way7thAT 24 N Paoml 8 004 5 r: conB 120 10 004 , 9 1 D.CllftNl.t.,108'4 10 60". ' i lODrookrtTBs.,, 884 1 Norf ft W cn 4s 77i4 f K 1 SOU 0 77a, 1 Chs0 cn 61.113 7 771, I E 1 112" SNJCemmlCs.rlOO'a K ft' 18 Chift0xnI44i. 70' 1 NYCenlit,o.,117, r fi 70". 1 NYCdeb4s,r,10313 f I SUBSTITUTION I 1 I' & the FUATJD of tha dAy. t I See you get Carter's, f I Ask for Carter's, s1 Insist and demand r I DARTER'S Little Liver Pills, I I The only perfeot t Liver PilL I Take no other, - I Even if I I Solicited to do so. f Beware of imitations N of Same Color Wrapper f. . Iff fefiVi', M'.yitnu 1 ''.itjisauJa.'ja:;'. tis!':i'jauiwiv uu' t .. n'.t!if A1 s.u --ru Bylmi.Mt',vli 1 hw "uminiiuir iii'i 11 f ' i" ' tuuwaai saaawia)-MM-ia-i-i-i-Miiajtaaa)B Mount Vernon PURE RYE Owlnf to Hs fine, full, mellow flavor, this whiskey commands the highest price In barrels (to wholesale dealers) of any brand now on the market, and Is the basis of most of the bottled blended whiskeys now so extensively advertised. Hottleit at tha ntillllerj with an absalnta Gnarnntr arPurltr and Orlclnal Caadltlaa. The'"consumer buying this the only dis tillery bottling of MOUNT VERNON (la SQUARE Bottles, each bearing tho Numbered Quantity Label) secures the highest grade of Pure Rye Whiskey In Its natural condition, entirely fret from adulter ation with cheap spiriti and flavoring. FOR MEDICINAL USE It has the Indorsement of the most prominent physicians throughout the United States. For Sat t7 All Reliable Dealers. THE CO0K& BERNIIEIMER CO., New York, ale Aaenta for the United Statra. Republican Mass Meeting, under tho auspices of The Republican City Committee XT LENOX LYCEUM, SIADISOK AV, AND 6BTn ST., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 20, AT 8 O'CLOCK. Hod. Corncllai N. Bliss will preside. Addresses by Hon. Benjamin P. Tracy, Hon. Frank 5. Black. 3 704 1 NT. CStL44l03'i 1 704 6 North Ohio 1st. 100 IChiiO.BtA EN Wd6a.30r.ll 3 litcn4s 102 OKr.OtWtli 004 3 C.DAQcnr t1003 1 O Mlstcnsr.lOS9 6C,BQ4s,Ncz 04T. 37 OrRJtN 4i.... 014 6 00 5 01"! lC.BJtJdeb5a,10414 0 01a 1 Can8mthlit..llO lOSLcnBs 01", 1 CJtethATlit.ll71 12 01'4 10 ChTmllst,r. 44"s 20 01a 6 447i OOSUInca 67' 11 46 lOOraSLns 110' 6 4Gi 0 rto.D4r.lit,.10214 1 CfnraoOS..102,t 4 ntUfctVcst lit 77 1 ChlcEInlS102', 2 78 lOChlcOLftCCo 10r,0CUtcnesll24 1st 1024 3 P. SALE lit. .104 11 CQaRjIsttno 42 10 Bocklslex Bs..l06Ts 17 42's 4 105'4 b 424 10RaADdbBa,s.l00 10 42s 6Radfal s.... 844 llCOaRr3dloc. 16 IS 84' 6 DentROcn... 8B3 16 844 2 88H 1 844 6 F.rlrprlorbds., 01 6 Rio Q W lit.... 81j 1 EilliE ten Ss.. 113 o 844 2FrM.Ut0s..Hl 4MPSllnacn.l33 8 Ft Worth lit... 714 3 SoP of Cal lit. 1004 IOC U'iS A 10 So For NM litlOC MPS" 024 0 1004 6 024 2 St t.SFc3s..l004 1 njkTClst3a..Hl 1 StLSF4i.. 70 eilftTCpiUs. 744 08tPEnt4i 103'4 0 744 St P 1st, CM 10 76 r5s 113 7IrMt.ABrezBsl064 8 St P 1st. CP. 1 HI Ceo 4i. 10321 02 Wdlr H5 3 Iowa Cent lit.. 074 4 Stan R T .. 024 8KaaPcon.tr.. 08 13 S A Jt AP lit ti 00 18 074 1 004 llutTtiu.. 804 lOSoR'wajSi.... Ql4 6 86', 12 02 1 85T, 4 8tJftOIV-3-4s 074 22 80 0 074 16KanT2di.... 02 BTAPlstSi 064 33 014 1 06S 2KC.P40 1IU. 784 1 064 5 70 6TPao24la.. 274 3 784 3l 274 UclfdeO lit. .1014 10 27 61.4 S" Ben at.. 100 4 22 274 0 LakeShore34sl034 7 28 16 103".! 6TC,IRBs,Bd 874 2L.Vcn 1014' 1 87 OLouftNr 4s... 84 5 Tot. StLACO 7 844 ltt.tr 82 2LftS.PAlstl024 2 UnPac9S 102 8 1034 2UnPacOt, tr.1164 1L1K, StSA '318UnPCTet, et 5 034; 3Sct.pp.. 084 6 Mo. K a E lit.. 03 ! lnr.DcOlit, 40"t 6 M4SIL cnBi.100 2 40t 14 Mo. K& T of 35 go TatBt 80 120 604 0 81 10 604 lManR4i 03"s lOWaLltt 107H 2 03S 7 1074 2 03 ! 1 1074 6lrtEIlit 118't 1 Wabdeb,iD... 20 2 MftO lstoi..,117 3 Wrtt Un colBtl084 11 tlobftOgnl.... 71 2WrttSh4t lOS't 0 714' 6 100 6 71 6W.N VPalstl074 3UoFacrn 03 I Total itlrt of rallwar boa Jl (par ratue), S1.00 0,000. ItAILIIOAD AND OTHER SlIAIIEa. Ojitn- High- Lou- . doting , So''". Ina. ft. fit. JIM. Aiked. S461SAmSR..141J4 143" 140Ts 143". 1434 100AmSRpll6116,. 115". 1144 1164 ZOAmtOl. 104 10't 10J4 10'4 11 lBOAmCabl 01 01 01 014 4325lmTob. 814 82S Sl- 824 824 OSSAmCOIl 224 224 224 224 22a4 1015 Atcb.T SFd.... 13'. 14 13'4 14 144 4140 Atoh.T SFop.. 30 30 204 304 304 lOOAnnArb. 114 114 114 11 13 lOOU.IUtPp 00 00 00 01 03 lOOBruniwk l i4 js4 ji, 3 l0BaltO 164 164 154 1G" 10 4800 Bar StO 04 04 0 0 04 040Dr'kKT 33 33 324 33 334 400CnSo.. 664 60"t 664 604 604 UOOConlct. 344 30 344 36 30 BOOCIcepf. 884 00 884 00 01 CSTOCbtltW 10 104 16" 104 10t BB Cb O W Vt, A.... 42 42 41 40 404 SBSOCbc.JtO 214 22 214 214 22 80080 CblcOat 034 044 014 04 044 blOC.C.C St I,.... 30 304 364 304 304 SO C, C, C BtLp.. 844 844 844 9520 CNW124" 126 1 234 1244 126 17BSUC.UQ. 044 064 034 064 064 2B4AS C.M&StP 034 06 03"s 044 06 BO CM Ht Ppf....l304 1304 1304 1304 140 10080 C.RI&P 87 ST 804 874 874 700ColFu.l. 224 234 224 234 234 ll10ConOa..2ll 212 208 211 214 100DAIIuJ.no 110 110 116 117 800D.LtW16O4 167 160 160 1604 8100 Det Oat. 484 6 14 484 60 61 600 D ARO p 404 47 404 474 474 BOErltRR 104 104 104 104 104 SOOErlelttp 384 384 384 384 30 110IIU1EI..126 126 126 123 126 CO HA 1' lip 404 404 404 200 O U A W deb.,., 724 724 714 71 72 SSBQinF.loo 344 344 344 344 36 100 Harlem. 320 320 320 316 326 fiOOIIBCUn. 004 004 004 004 004 770 IllCrat. 1034 1044 1034 104 1044 lOOIIIStetl, 46 46 46 434 40 lOOIaCenp 33 33 33 32 34 876KC,)'0 264 254 264 264 20 tOI.EAW 174 174 174 17 174 lOOI.EAWp 70 70 70 70 704 4001-oniIil. 41 41 404 40 42 lOOLiclOp. 06 06 06 88 05 m40l.nuft X 674 6B4 674 684 684 MBBManConl014 1024 1014 1024 1024 2pMetStRyl004 1004 1004 100 1004 1000 HlcliCrn 106 106 106 1074 1074 411. St l litp... 80 80 80 84 864 BBS Mo Par-., 304 314 204 314 314 OOOHo.KAT 14". 144 144 144 144 2830M,KTp 36 364 344 354 354 2.'. S'LOIl.. 104 104 104 104 18 BOS K J Cent 044 044 044 044 044 108B3NYCentlOO4 1004 1084 1004 1004 BSONatLead 364 354 344 364 364 UNatLfvlOfi 1064 106 1034 1074 '' mh -- -. ,W.mtmmm mi. .,,,.,. ,, (, . ,.l. j,f Optrf nil- ! f ClottnQ , ffattt. nc. " '' Bta 100NT.O CILSp 344 344 344 344 36 100NY.IAW1214 121M214 3S0 sr.st Wpf... 364 304 364 364 304 9B0KWp 434 434 434 434 44 SIOONorPae. 104 104 10 104 104 OBSSNraop.. 624 34 684 63 634 lBlOnlAMtn 44 44 44 44 0 (IBOOntftW 104 104 104 104 17 180 Ore Imp 2d I p. 164 164 164 15 164 lOOOrRftN 374 374 374 30 40 SOOreSL.. 184 184 184 20 21 BBS Pac Mall 334 334 334 334 334 12048 PulPalCl 72 172 1074 171 172 ioo9or.ee a SIL... 304 324 304 38 324 eoor.ee EtLp.. 084 004 084 084 004 100PemiRR116 1164 116 1164 1164 2400ltcdlnr 244 244 244 244 26 SOOOReadlp 614 614 604 614 614 aooiltidSp 304 31 304 304 31 410noVp 664 664 564 604 68 ooasiLswp in 104 10 104 11 SMOStTAO. 70 804 784 80 804 BOUSoPac,, 20 204 20 20 81 BOOSoRw 104 104 104 104 104 4480 So Rj P. 324 324 314 324 324 4U08UAOI 7 74 7 74 74 80VSIJAO1 litp... 40 47 40 47 60 100SILA8F 04 04 04 04 04 lBOSttnRxT 64 64 64 64 04 S400TCAI.. 28 284 274 284 284 10uOdARR1474 1474 1474 148 160 KOOTcaPac. 114 114 114 114 114 16278 UnPae. 214 214 814 214 214 UI60P.DAO 84 84 84 84 84 320 US I..... 74 74 74 74 8 400 US I. p.. 034 05 034 044 064 SOOWabuh. 74 74 74 74 74 8080 Wab p.. 104 104 10-4 104 104 20WFEx.HO 110 110 108 110 SOOSWUTrl 884 804 884 80 804 100 WALE. 24 24 24 14 24 Totaltalei. 282,200 shares. BOSTON CLOSINQ QUOTATIONS. DM. Atkld. Bit. AtHtt. BotAlb..218 220 VTeitElea.. 214 BoiMr..,1074 170 OenRlrop.. 80 85 CblcJ com. 1074 108 BotMon..l444 1464 ChlcJpf.. .1084 1004 CalAHtcla 450 Fltchburgp 044 054 Otctola.,... 304 40 KewEnrp. 80 Qulncr!...100 UexCen4t 03 TamMln... 120 131 OldColonr.186 180 Tam.Jr.... 10 WE R com. 04 044 Butte 244 244 111 Steel.... 44 46 B Co 1st... 80 Doinln'nC 234 244BDQ2d... 00 AmBtllTel204 205 rUILADELPntA CLOSING QUOTATIONS. BM. A'ktt. Did. AlUlS. UhltbTat. 204 30 WOLCo.. 46 464 PennRR... 674 574 El SB com. 30 304 CPRotl.. 10 104 F.lSBpf... 324 33 PhllaTra:. 714 72 Pn.LkPo 104 104 Union Trat 114 1 14 r II.LAPp 304 304 EAPTC. 714 714'WeUCcom 10 UttTrao...l00 1004Welt Opt.. 074 CTofNJt 30 BtltTrct 104 104 CTofNJSt 07 Uartden.... 10 104 (JO Imp Co 854 80 ' CniCAOO CLOSINO QUOTATIONS. UM. llrd. Bid. Alttd. SS "L"... 024 024,I.6fL"ctr 164 10 AmStr-M.. 30 Mil Brew pf 27 Canal D.. 00 07 IN'YBttcult 034 034 Chic Drew.. 04 SChStRr. 220 ChBrewpf 20 27 StSUbleC. 21 22 CItrR'waj.228 WChStRrl014 102 Dlam'd U..140 148 MetWS... 7 74 LaxeSfL" 184 10 IATEST LONDON QHOTATIONS. Atehlton, aap 144'Sartolk Wpr.n.. 464 Canadian PadSe... 844'!'orthrn Pactaspt. 644 Chrupraxe Ohla. 224 OnUrlo Writ 174 Erlecon.aap 1041PenntrlTaata. 50 Erie lit pf 304Readln(, litap..., 134 Illinois Central 107 St Paul 074 Ktniu Texas.... 1 6 4 South Rallwar 104 Lake Shore 1764 couth Rallwar ft.. 33 LoultTllle Sub.. 604 Onion Pacific 224 New York Central. 1 Igitlwabathpr 204 Tuesday, Oct, 10. Prices for stocks continue to creep upward on moderate transactions and In spite of skepticism on the part of monr professional operators aa to an Immediate or pronounced improvement in values. The view referred to is apparently en tertained by many substantial interests; but the unmistakable tendency of prices is cal culated to arouse tho suspicion that in the present case appearances are deceptive. It mny reasonably be assumed that tho recent reaction in tho stock market and the present dulness would not havo become as pronounced as they have had they not boon acqulesce.1 In by Important interests. Those interests un doubtedly had certain securities that they wished to soil, nnd they also desired to accumulate others. Tho advanco in prices enabled them to do tho first, while tho subse quent decline has facilitated the last. The ex tent of tho liquidation, both ns to volume and prices, and also as to tho period covered, has. In the Drcsrnt circumstances affectlncr prices, been sufllcient to bring about a turn In the market. This view Is not eenorally cntertalnod in Wall street, though It Is strongly substantiated by the course of prices during tho last three or four days and by the fact that tho offcrinrs of stocks have be come very meagre. In other words, tho liqui dation of speculative accounts has virtually been completed, and many stocks sold at tho advance or on the subsequent tlccllno have been reoccumulatcd In stronger hands. The present holders are apparently in no hurry to tuko profits, for in addition to the cir cumstances that favored the previous advance and which nro now moro pronouncod than they were two or three months ago, operators for lone account havo In their favor tbo reappearance of Ixindon as a buyer of American securities. It will be re membered that the last advance took place In spltoof forclirn selling. European In vestors and dealers now roallzo that they woro misled in various ways, principally by their own financial publications, as to the condition of commercial and financial nffalrs In this country. They therefore seem bent upon recovering the securities they sold during August and Hep tembnr. It Is possible that they are in fluenced to an extent by tho determination of the Kngllsb (lovernment not to encourage efforts to revivo tbo sliver question both here and abroad. The London market for American securities was higher to-day, and foreign arbi trage houses wero moderate buyers of all issues for which thoro Is an International market, but particularly of Loulsvlllo and Nashville, The fact that tbo company Bhows n decroaso of only a few thousand dollars in tho gross earnings for the second weok in the present month, although its business Is still held In chock by yellow fever quarantine regulations at many points, was re garded as an oxtromely satisfactory showing. It led to somo covering of shorts that left the prlco of the stock ls V cent, higher than yester day. Tho total dealings were somewhat larger than yesterday, and they wero very much hotter dis tributed. Sugar Itoflnlng, on smaller transac tions, yet eufllclently largo to mako It the leader in point of activity, mado another noteworthy net advance, namely, 'J 4. V cent., making nearly 6 points since tho beginning of business yester day morning. As noted in this report last eveninr, tho stock appears to have been taken hold of again by n speculative inter est that on many occasions heretofore has shaped Its market course in either direction. The Orangor stocks were again a feature, with 81. Paul lending in every respect. Chicago flat continued to bold second place In respect to dealings and broke yesterday's monoto nous record by fluctuating more widely than any other active stock. During tbn first half of the day It was depressed more than S points, but subsequently rallied nearly 3 points and closed fractionally higher than yes terday. Chicago furnished Wall street not only with rumors, but with posltivo statements, that an agreement of some sort has been reached be tween the recent purchasers of the Universal and Mutual Gas Light companies and the Peo ples' Oas Light Company, which is tho title of the corporation In which tbo combined Chicago gas companies have beon consolidated, Tliero wero unusually large dealings in Pull man's Palace, Car stock st decline In ths early inji.l.H'..,ii 1 NiiilMl.rll .-Willi 1 , iiiiwh l,n,, , n 111 11 ' iltim !rj jyt'.W".1''' 'VYM'!'"'.'. '-''"'' ' " " 'i"i'hi"i'I ''l'Tr dealings ot 7 points from yesterday's final price. A subsequent rccovory left tho stock 4U per cent, lower than yesterday, Tho soiling, which appeared to bo largely profes sional, was Inducod by tho sudden death of tho President ot tho company this morning. It Was ft natural, yot not entirely logical, moromoht. While tho building up ot the business now conducted by Pullman's Palace Car Com pany was largely duo to ths business ability of Its late President, it does not follow that tho enterprise cannot bo suc cessfully conducted by thoso who have been associated with him. Other noteworthy movements wero advances of S's V cent. In Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago, and Bt. Louis, of li cent. In Missouri Pacific, nnd of 1 to 5 points In various Inacttvo stocks. Tho advances In tho shares last described wero fully ns pro nounced as recent docllnes, and ts circumstan tial ovidonco In support of tho vlow already ex prossod that tho reaction In prices has run Its course. Additional ovtdenceof tho Increasing Impor tance of tho United States In tho monoy markets of tho world was furnished to-day by evidence that Europo is again a borrowcrof money In this market. It will bo remcrabcrod that foreign bankers wero compelled to turn to this mnrkot several months ago as tho cheapest one In which to borrow, nnd by doing so they averted exports of spoclo from Europe, that Is, deferred tho rnyment of balances duo this country. Prior to that tlmo Europe had on va rious occasions forcod the payment ot balances duo It. As discount rates abroad aro now rela tively higher than they aro here, and European bankers aro reluctant to part with their sup plies of gold, domestic bankers who nro largo purchasers of commercial bills aro Indorsing them nnd borrowing money upon them hero In preferenco to sending them for ward for discount pending collection. This condition ot affairs, in connection with tho abundant supply of monoy hero, although tho movement ot staple crops to market Is well under way, Insures a comfortablo money mar kot for Bomo tlmo to come. Should tho rates for money bore advance materi ally tho bills now being discounted practically for European account would go forward and gold would be rocolved for them to an extent that would reestablish the equi librium between the two Markets. This situa tion may possibly commend Itself to thoso who aro crying for an Increase In tho circulating mo dtum and for so-called "elastic currency." Upon tho same point It is to bo noted that both tho banks and the Treasury aro now so well sup plied with gold that over a million dollars was paid Into the Clearing House to-day In settle ment ot balances. Imports of epeclo from Europe have ceased for the reasons already noted, out a further amount, namely, $2,000, 000, Is due at San Francisco from Australia day after to-morrow. Tho closing of tho stock market was strong, at about tho best prices. Final sales compare with those ot yesterday as follows: Oct. 18. Ocf. 10. Ocl. 18, Oct. 19. A,T3Fe. 134 14 NWcom... 1234 126 A.TASFep 204 304 NPao com. 10 104 Am Cot Oil. 22 224 NP pf... 524 63 Amsrie! ..1414 1434 S YCent...l084 1004 AmSRetp.116 1164 NJ Cent... 044 044 AraTob.... 814 824 Omahacotn 784 80 BrookRT.. 33 33 OntftW... 17 104 C,C,CStL 36 30 OrlmSdlp 164 164 C.UAQ.... 044 054 P'cMall... 334 334 ConOtt.... 2114 212 Pall PCar..l764 171 ChttAO... 21"i, 22 Roekltltnd 87 874 ChlcUu... 034 04 Heading.... 244 244 ChOW.... 164 l04Readlitpf 61 614 D, LW...160 160 StPeorn... 034 044 Del Hud. 115', 116 SoR'way.. 104 104 DAROpf. 404 47 oR'wrP 314 324 OenElK... 344 344StLSWp. 10 104 Illlnoli Cenl034 1044 TexuPac.. 114 114 Kan A Tex. 14 1 4", r C. I A R.- 274 284 KanTpf. 35 364 Un Par.... 214 214 I.ouANtih Q04 584USLeath.. 74 74 UanbCon.,1014 1024 USLeathp 034 05 Mo Pacific. 30 314 Wabanb. .. 74 74 NatLead... 35 364 Wabaib pf. 104 104 SorfWp 44 434 WUnTel.. 884 804 Qovornmcnt bonds oaslcr. Tho 5s closed U V cent, lower bid. Itallwny bonds strong. Tho features wero Ilrooklyn llapld Transit n. Chesa peake and Ohio Koncral 44s, Chicago Terminal lata t. r., Houston and Texas Central irrnerr.!, Missouri, Knnsns and Toxaa of Texas Ss, Mrbi'.u nnd Ohio generals, Han Antonio and Aransas Pass. 4k, Texas Pacific '.Ms, Union I'ncltlc, Den ver and Gulf lsts, Atchison nnd Oregon Short Line Issues. The moro Important not advances were tn Atchlnonnclj. 4, V cent., tn Ml; Ilrook lyn Itaplil Transit Tit. W. to Fll'j; Ciiein penke nnd Ohio general 4 '-., , to 71114; Chicago Terminal lsta t. r 1'-, to -Ifi'; Houston and Texas Central gcnerulu, 1. to 7fi; Missouri, Kansas nnd Tcxns of Texas fu. 1. to HI; Mobile nnd Ohio generals, 't, to 714: Ore gon Short Lino consol !s, 4-, to ill'.... and lis, '2, to IHIIa: San Antonio and Aransas l'ass 4s, . to604;Texns Pacltlc '.Ms. "-, to 'JS. nnd Union Paclllc, Denver nnd Gulf lsts, 3t V cent., to r04. In bank stocks 0 shares of Western National sold nt l'Jl. Commercial prlco of bar silver in New York, AHr. liar silver In I,ondon closed nt 127 3-ltkl, Mexican silver dollars wero quotod nt 14'J4C. Exports to Europo to-morrow 2L'3,000 ounces. Money on call, SutS'sV cent. Tlmo money Is easier and is quoted: Sixty dnvs, 3i3.j V cent.: three, four and six months, 4 cent., on icooil mixed Stock Excbangu collateral. Commercial paper easier. Prime Indorsed bills receivable aro 3uotcd nt 4(344 V cent., prime tingle names nt HAh V cent., and good names at 42(i0 V cent. Sterling exchango was quiet and stoady. Continental rxebungo was nlso quiet. Posted asking rates for sterling nrc: Six ty days, -J.m'i, and sight, 4.Hfs. Actual rati'sare: Lorn; bills, W.B'.'ilJM.H'JU; sight drafts. 4.844'i'i?4.S4j, and cable transfers, SM.fMVi'sM.Ho. Francs nro quoted at n.'J'Jia(r5.t!lT4 for long nnd .VJO for snort; relcb-rnarks, 1)1 7-H'ii'.)l 0-1(1 for long and 95Vd!i.V4 for short; guilders. U'.1 1IJ-IG.340 for long and 40 3-1 It for short. Domestic exchnngo on New York; Boston Par and fl cents premium. Charleston liny Ing, 'h discount: selling, par. Havnnnnh lluy. ing, 1-1 tt oil; Belling, tmr. Now Orleans Hank, par; commercial, Sl.'Jft discount. San Francis co Sight, 17's cents premium; telegraph, '!!) cents premium. Ht. Iouis '.'.I cents discount hid, offered at par. Chicago 5 cents discount. Cincinnati Iletween banks, pnr, und over counter, SO cents premium. CllurnsoHiignr Hotlnlng common is quoted nt Sliij'J'J, nnd the jirori-rrod nt HTcfHH. stand ard Oil trust ccrtillcntcH closed at 3tl84wa3tl'2. Metropolitan Street IUIlway consolidated mortgage lis closed at UHl'im 11 0's. American Malting closed at 'JPn'ilO, and the preferred 7S!7H. Central Union Oas lis, lOOdlOOH;. Exports of grncrnl merchandise from the port of New York for tho week ending to-day wero valued nt $H.a:iO,nlO. against (l.474H& in tho preceding week and $H,qOI!,44S in tha corresponding week of Inst yonr. Slnco Jan. 1 V:UU,0St,13U, against S-UH7.il 1 1,537. The Ilaltfmoro nnd Ohio Itnilrond Company reports gross earnings for Soptomber of gS'.'Jin, 005, an Increase of ij'JIl.lIM us compared with tho some month last year. Receipts of tho United Stntcs Treasury to-day were: Customs. SliHl.l-.'l; internal revenue, $SH3,4U; miscellaneous. ifl'J.DOH. Total, $077, 170. Disbursements, l,:UII,00(i. nn excess of expenditures over receipts of Sft71,H5B, Tho reeolntsof tho Treasury for tho fiscal yenr to dato have been S!l5,;il 1,021: expenditures, 8130, 7111,772; deficit for tho year. Sf:i5,408,751. Thonctnssetsof tho Treasury nt the close of business to-day, no officially computed, comparo with those ot yestorday us follows: Oer. 1H. Oft. 10. Oold eeln and bullion Sir0,?UO,n70 I1B1.0SD.A03 Bllver dollars and bullion. 14.I7U.OOJ lO.NRV.BSt United Htttet notes 41,770,rif7 41,555,178 Other ssieta In excess of demand liabilities .1,7(10,011 8,S53,13l Available eaih balance, Including gold reterve. ,0210,428,370 310,300,804 Money In London It'll1-! V cent. Itntos of dis count. In open market for both short and threo months' bills, 'jt-jyii'V V cent. Amniuitof bullion withdrawn from tho Hank of Knglnnd on bal auco to-day Xi:)5,(MH). Paris advices quote 3 V cents, at 103 francs 7h centimes. Exchango on London 23 francs lBti centimes. The sales of mining stocks at tho New York Consolidated Stock and Putroleum Exchange to day wero as follows; Optn- Ha- tow- C7o. Sate,. f'atne, ing. tit. ft, ing, 800 Creeds OCk.. .06 .06 .06 .06 ISO Fortune. 11,26 11.26 11.26 11.26 1000 Isabella 27 .27 .87 .27 eoopharmaclit 11 .11 .11 .11 SOOSaTtse 40 .40 .40 ,40 Total talei, 2. 1 2 0 ura. COMIIKUCIAJ, 003IPESD. Tuesday, Oct. 10. GliAlS Wheat Spot was weak and Inactive. Bales 24,000 bush, un graded spring on private terms. Free on board afloat: No. 1 Northern spring, New York, !)37nc; do., Dulttth, OOObc; No, 2 hard winter, 07'tiC.; No, 2 rod, now, (18uc. Minneapolis received to day 40'J,r5(J bush., against 352,240 last yearj Duluth 335,507, against 503,011; Chlcngo 113,080, against 180,1105; Milwaukeo 83,200, against 130,050; St. Louis 39,000, against 41, 883; Toledo 23,015. against 21.3D2; UcUoItSO,- 'i 11 ri t'fi' v-.f r; fr"TTiTTr -mr"- A rWd-wweasE 332, against 40.081 last year. Futures declined Jc. to one but recovered the loss and advanced e. to c. luturo salos 2,303,000 bush., as follows! Oftnihg. Ittghtlt. Lowftt. Cloilno. Sight. October,,, ... .. ., 4V UI4 Ueecniber.tMS 044 PlK (UiT psS February .1)44 MS 1144 no ,, May U14 V34 yi 0J t, parley-Was quiet. New feeding SRe cost and rrotthttoBurraloi SOttMo., cost and freight to Kew York) malting, ilflttSUi'.. M t quality. Itrt Wot dull. State, 48(4lic.i Mo. 2 Western, IB4(i4b4e., cost and freight to DiilTalo. t'nrn Siiot was firm and fairly aetlc. Salrt 314,000 ImiIi Including 2MH0 No. a mixed on private terms freo on board afloat for oiport. No, If mlxrd In elevator, Suc.t yel low, 11,000 at II 14c in store, futures deellned c, to 4c. Future tales 4UO,O0dbusli., as follows! Ovnlttff. ntghft. tnirttt, doting. Klght. Noveniber.no S04 mi-, ant, uo4 December. ill 111 lie, mis. nit. May S44 S44 344 H14 S14 Oatt Spot was lest active and caller. Stlrt 1114 000 limh.. including 40,0011 No. 3 clipped, at 24'Vc, 100,000 heavy whllo at 274i3S)c . nnd IS.Omi No. 2 white clipped on private terms. No, 3 Mile. 354ct No. ildo., liBo.i No. 2 white elliipid, 2ilc.i No. lido., 234e.t No. 2 mixed, 11,000 at 224c.. No. a dn , 1,000 at 22e.i rejected mixed, alc.i do. while, 24ci No. 2 nili'd delivered, 234e.t track mUed, 224(34e.t do. while, 115.000 at WOdSlc. Ktituret advanced 4c, but lost It. Futuro tales 15,000 bush., as followi: Opining, lllghttt. Lourttt. Cloitng. Sight. October...,, 1, ,, tsi- uga. December. 2:14 2014 204 8.14 Y34 Tho fluctuations In wheat to-day were confined wllhln a narrow range. Tho trading was quit land In the main of a local profoislnnn) character. At ths opening prices declined ltnhtly In sympathy with lower cables. Port'tgu hoiinei alio sold moderately. After the first trona?tlou, however, prices rallied and ilowly advanced, cleilng at a small net ndvanen for tho day. Lsto cables were firmer In tone, somo foreign buying buying orders wero executed, and local shorn covered, uhlla Hie offerings were Unlit, The, AriMlifrrc! statement u tioitiKiued. Llviriool declined 4d. to d. Paris Ueellued lc. on wheat and 20l on flour. The Northwestern receipts wore con siderably tmsller than ln.it jear, being l.luo ears, aijalnat 1,M1? a year ago. Oorn and oats wero quiet and eatler. Liverpool declined 4d to 4d. on corn. Chicago reeelved "iU.I ears of com und 40B of oati and expwts fi75 and 370 resirctlvely to morrow. Chlcsgo, Oct. 1U. "llecauso spot wheat In Liverpool to day was 4d, to 3d. lower, the largest de. cllne nn No. 1 Northern, the trado expected av. en'i mnrket h?re. It proved a tlrm one. Tliero w a, a c. dip early, but then a complete rally, auJ the close for December was alinot nt lout night's price and the May advanced 4c. The news from the exporter at New York was weak, but HI. I.ouls cinlmrd to have lare buying onier from Paris, which wro executed In this market, llcirbohm i-stlmaleil tbn European reiulrements up to next Auguit would lm lt0.0(o,onu bum. wheat. Kpeeulatora posilnly were arreeted bomewhat by the tltlon to the French Government by the Par's 3tunlcliial Council for n reduction In the grain duty, of course,, any reduction In the French tariff would tieiii-tlt hlpplngcountrles. Our contract stock Increased for the week ouly in, 000 buili, the total bilug only shji.OOO bush. This circumstance of u mnall contract slosk could not have been tho feature today be came May showed more strength thtn December. It wat very dull ituculatlvely. Uut'ldo markets acted at this did. Tho weakncn In coarse gralnt was one of the hull drawbacks. Corn kept up Its decline. Decemlicr touched 3nNe. and doled at Kr.V". bid. May touched 2UlVc., and closed at 204c- bid. The decline doei not seem to Improve the shipping demand. It It assumed there It a great deal moro ipeculatlve liquidation to do. Theunly demand teems to be from iliorti. Clearanct-s for the twenty-four hours were 37,000 bub. Oats keep up their old practice of following the other coarse grains. There It a good shipping demand, and receipts are not excesMto and stocks are moderate. There Is, however, no speculation." Flock Was moderately active and barely steady. Salci 1:1,000 bbli. Barrrlt. Surli. Receipts 20.1 1H ns.oflS Exrortt M 35.321 Winter In bbls. Superfine, S.Hrtjn.10; No. 3 extra. IB.2Ul3S3.40; utralghtl, S4.&0CA4.UA: pstenta, S4.UU Ua.29. spring In bblt Cliars, SI.30ittt4.S3; straights, K.SUwjr.; patrnts, t&ir,(A.2S. Mill Feed Drau wat qul-t but iteaJy. Wesitru quoted: 100 nt.. 41) si., S74(itn24c.: 00 nt., &74&024c.; SO St., 6743024e.i 100 Bs., 7248b0r. Cotton spot cotton hero was unchanged, with salet of 27 balra for spinning; Son were delivered on contract. Mlddlinguplandi.il -1-tOc, agaluat 7 15-I0c. latt yrar; New Orleana and llulf, 0 7-lOc. agnlnit H 3-lile. lait year. Augutta declined 4c.. Mobile 4c, and Norfolk and St. I.ouls Mile.: Charlcnton ad vanced l-lcic. Liverpool declined 1-lfld. on theapot, wltbaalraof 10. UOO boles; futuret there declined 1 to 2 points, but recovered part. doling steady at a net decline of 4 to 1 point. In Manchester varus were nrni: clothi, buyers and it-Hew apart. Memphis re eelved to-day O..M11 baict, aualnst 1,03s ot week and 4.0011 lout yean St. Louli I. 2, against l.lfllllaat week and 1,M0 latt year: Huustun 2l,bOS. ngalmt 20.330 Iwt week and 17,lb2 last year; Auzuita 4.U40, agatnit 4.2?U last week and 2,43V lout year; Cincinnati 1.3DH, against 013 last week and 3,390 last Tear. AUguatashlpped 3,30(1 bales, Memphis 1.27H, bt. Louli (1.1V4, Cincinnati USI, and Houston 14,4.13 bales. Ifouiton expects to-morrow 0,700 to O.r-uo. asalntt 7.1'iM latt week and u.OOd loat yt-sr. New urleaus expect 11,0110 to 11,000, agatnit 11,0.11 h,t week nnd 10,733 last vear. The port recelpta wero SI. sol bales, against B3.U10 latt week and nn.llr.o last year: thus far tbli week llis.:ill. a.almt 103.203 thus far laat week. The rx.ort from the ports were 34.004 tmlea. New Orleaua declined 2 points, but rallied and advanced ft points. Futuret otiened unchanged to 3 points lower, but recovered thU and advanced 3 to 4 pointa, lost the Improte ment, then rallied, and clotetl tteady at a net advance or 7 to 10 polntt for the day, with sales of 142,10U bales. The future trading wat as followi: elating. lltghft. Xntreaf. Sntf. Octotier fl.13an.16 0.1(1 0.05 3,000 NovemtxT. .u.uHifl.lo n.13 ti.ns lu.nno I)ecemt'r...(t.l2(n.l3 d.14 o.n.i 21,700 January. .(1 lB..til.lo 11.17 H.U3 t'3.1100 February... n.litil.20 .2i) o.io 1,1100 March . . .2-.'i-trt.2:t 11.24 0.14 211.7110 April 11.2IIMU.27 (1.2.1 II. IS 1.0 ID Mav .... tl.MII'jA.:ll (1.32 021 S.XOO June 11.33,4(1.33 (1.2(1 11.2(1 100 July .37l().33 0 3S U.211 2,5(10 Cotton wat fct erlih to-day and eally Influenced by a few onlc either way. The Miu-tuatlom In prices were frequent, with the tendency upward. At the opening prlcca (Irellned slightly In fct rnpathy with a luw-er market In Lit erpuol, but after the tlrtt traun nctlons they rallied an 1 t-lowly advauccsl. clohtogat about the Idghett llgurea of the day. Lit erpoot both boiiKbt anil nob! here, but t le trading w-a-t maluly local. Then- wat tery little dttponitlon to bi II, whllo there waa a moderate demand for local long account. .Some shorls covered. uSHltting the rise. The receipts at tho porta were tery heuvy, but the wool. weekly mutement at thirteen principal Interior town wot mo.li rate, being 110.30U bale, against 113.413 In the tame tvei-k last year nnd 14s,t3U In lt-ui. The exiMrta from the poru were beaty. Threatening weather, with rains to nlcht, was predicted for tho rarollnas, Alalinma. aed wettent Florida, A ainall failure, that of 0-r L. (Vllln. wait announced to-day. but It had no effect. Augimta, tla Oct. 15. "We Hill estimate jleld In (leorgla and South Carolina at about 10 V cent. In crease over latt aeoaoii, thla Ix-lng (ntlrelr due to acreage." Poceoa, (la, Oct. 10 "Cotton Is moving very rest here: but farmers will not mako anv moro thau laat year." Italelith. N. l" O-t. 111. "There is no change In crop condition hlm-c our last report. Many farmers Ijow h dltposlllou to hold rather than tell under (lc. Ahould fru.t occur now It would make no difference to ua, as our crop It out of danger." Charlotte, N. C , Oct. Ill "KceclpU will be free In thU section the next thirty dajs. Farmers dls-tufted ami aelllng freely." CovKEK. Kloonthe spot was dull; No. 7, 7c. Salet sui) bags Marn-altio on private terms. The future trading was aa follows: SalfM. Iltghft. Loicft. Cln,ino. January Bui) .... .... (l.'.'ft.ji'.iiu March 4,2.10 0..10 (l.ftl) tl.4nntl.3( April 2.10 (l.riO 11.00) A.4.1(ffl..V May 2.10 0..1.1 11.5,1 O.AUi,iH..1.1 July 3,(100 U.llo (1.(10 (1.3.1(4(1.(10 Auguit 250 0.11.1 II. 0.1 (l.llllitll.HS SM-itemter ..3,1)01) ii.iir, B.cs n.fliiigii.es November... 7.1') .... .... fi.n0(.i5.05 Decemlier... .4.251) .... .... (l.2Uill.55 Futures here declined 5 to 13 points, closing barely steady, with sales ot 10,500 bagi, Havre declined Uf. Hamburg declined 4 !rg. to-1, pfg lllo was barely steady nt unchanged prices-, receipts tn two data 22, (ion: ttock lilo. ooi) ; exchango 7 Mil I , a decline of l-32d. Muutot wat iiulct and uuchatiged; rccclptt In twi(dO)8 ID.OOil: aliH-k I.OKS.Olll). Lower cables and continued llborul recelptt caused tho declluo hero to day. MKTAijt Iron The market for pig Iron warrants was tery dull. Spot. OctoU'r, Not einlier, and Decern herr. Sli.7.1i-eS7. Copper i:oy at 1 1(41 1 4c. for spot, octiilier, Notember, Decemlier, and January, luid F.aay at 3.i)24(-(i3.1(74c. for spot, Oetolier, NovemlhT and December. Speller yulet at 4,lfti 1.25c. for siHit. Octotier. November, and December. Tlu (,ulct at l3.0ii:i.iP0c. for spot. NAtAi.HToaE-, Spirits of turpentine steady at 334 OCIHr. i rex In quiet at tl.40it,43 for coiumon to good strained. Petuolki'm Crude certlflcatea wero unquoted hero and In Oil City. Ileflned unchanged. PuoW.-hons. Lard dull but ateady. Prime, $4,70, I'ork sleoily and Inactive. New mrtt. 8U(,(S0.,1i)i do., old, $N. 60(4.111. Tallow. 3 7-Idc. Ilutter Creamery, Weitern, 224e. Kgga State, lthMHe.; Wrm-rii, 17c. Chicago, Oct. 10. "Selling by yesteritay'a leudlng buyers nnd other local operators, together wllh 111 eral hog recelpta and the weakness In corn, caused a decline In provisions from which Ihoro wat a slight rally, tbo market closing barely rteady, 'I ho outside demand wot very light, pit traders taking moit of lbs offerings, and tbero was tome, bii) Ing of lard by shippers against raihsaloi. Trade in thHcnshendof tbo market was not very great. Very little doing la meats and only a moderate Hade In lard. Tho spetd Ing of yellow foter and the tveskness In corn are ngalnst provision! and o-m likely to oua-e lower prices In this market! 3(i,0UU hogs uro estimated for to-morrow." Huotli Itaw nominal; 60 test, 3 5-lCc.i 03' test, 8 13-1 He. Ileflned dull, Wool The Wool F.xcbango quotes domestlo wools In the greaae as follows! Texa Spring, 12 moulhs, choke, 17(41He.: spring, atcragc, lf,l(ie.t spring, d-H months, lllfalfie.i fall, cliohe, 13( 14c. i full, a v. erscr. 12(Utc, Callforula-Northrrn ijirlug, free, IH (t'.'Oc.l middle counties, spring. Hwt&c.: soulheru, spring, 12fiil3o.! burry and defective, 7(o.: freo fall, nertheni, 12(41 4e. i fall, southern, THc: de fective fall. Otitic. Oregnn-F.aitcrn choice, 1,m-I7i'. eastern avcroge, 14u,l3c,i eotieru heavy, IHvK'c., valley No. 1, 1Hi2lie.-, valler No. 2, 2U22c. valloy No. II, 1D3,31o.i valley lambs, UielUc. Arl-ooa Heavy, lo.tllc-, aterago, I'-VIMc,; choice, 14(4ISe. Territory-Idaho fine, 12i.i,I4c,i Idaho flno medium, 15(..U"c.i Idaho medium, l.w lUc.i Kansas nnn nnd lino medium, 1 111 5c. i hiinsas medium, lOaiHci Wyoming nne, l.wllf.i yo mine fine medium. 16(al7e.i Wyoming iiiedliim, Kk-4 lOc.i Utah line. 12.l4e.i ruh lino medium, !fii 17c, Utah medium, lrtf.piwo.-, Dakota tine. 12i14ct Dakota flno medium, IShI'im Dakota nieilluiii, isii 1 Ho. i Montana nne choice, l7Kle 1 Montana lluo average! 14(.jlSc,i Montana llnu miilluin choice, I iiu ISo.i Montana lino medium average, 15r.l ic.i Mon tana medium choice, IKhVUc i Montana medium average, 17(a,Se,i Low Montana, IHi.f.'nc, Wishing ton line. lorIlc.- Washington line niedliiiii, 13 13e i Waahlngtou medium. Ilnlne. t'olora In und New Mexloj Improved, IM (.V2c. rnarto and carpet, I7iitine.! tleorgla and Southern, 23mV3c. Cuicaoo, Oct, 1U. Theie were today's prices: .nst irneaf; Optning. lltghtit. Loteft. Clottng. Nlulit. Deo 0' lil-s, H04 "" "I Iay SStJ l,U4 SSt SU'a ' HS, Com.' Deo 254 24 2f'4 -4 2fi. May...... 2U4 2114 2"4 Su'i iV, Dec?,..-... ISO, 1H4 1N4 184 J4 Uajr..,. 104 m,., ito4 ao4 204 Lard: Dee. '8!! "- .S74 4.884 4.S74 Jan...,.,. 4.474 4.50 4.46 4.474 4.034 Oct. ....,. 4.5J4 4.574 4,Bn 4.SS 4.70 Pec. 4.53 4.00 4.474 4.474 4.374 Jan 4.00 4.(124 4,524 4.33 4.684 Jtor: Dec 17.80 S7.R8 ?.7(1 S7.7B S7.B74 Jan S.80 H.tfO (t.fia S.724 8.83 I.lve Sltcli Marhet. lfgw Yog. Tuesday, Oct. 1 (i.-rterrlpta of beevn were SMt head, mainly to 1.0 exported, No trading) feeling stasdy. Dressed beef steady at 7(H4c. V forlnwrto prime native sides. t'ibU-s from llrlllsh markets quota American sleers at lu4(ello. V B., drcned wolghtl American refrigerated beef nt 7rt74o. B. Kxports today, 440 lieetei and 2,340 quarters of beef 1 to-morrow, !l,42() quarters. Kecrlptsof calves wero 7:1 head i 211) head ontala all told. Steady all around: about lf.ii head unsold. Veali sold at S3dt7.50 100 ni. city drcised veals stsady at lU(jall4e. Y ri, Ilecelptt or sheep and lamlis. all for the market, wrra 2,l',n9 head: 13 cart on sale. Active, slightly firmer. One car was carried over. Hheepsnld at S34 St. 40 t) mo tss.i lamlx ut S.Vtl5.ft7'i. lireired mut ton, 0(474e. V &.; dressed lambs, 7at4c. Itocelptsof bogs wero 2.140 bead, all consigned di rect. Nominally steady alSI.luut4.40 lou &s. Ileal Batata Private Sales. Mrs. E. M. Pelgram has told, for nlHiut (00,000 No. HI rtlVcfsMs Drive. afouMloryandbateiiieut brown stone dwtlllav. with four-story extension, on lot 80x102.3. Walker ft Lawson, have sold No. 14 Weit Fifty fourth ttreet, n nre-story American basement with limestone private dwelling, running to the depth of the lot, 20x102.2. Alexander Walker has sold to an Investor his new row of four-story American basement private dwell Ingi, Not. 331,2 J3, 236, and 207 West Ninety-third street, Ja.ob llras has told to Paul Halpln the plot run ning thtuugh f rum Sherman to Amsterdam amine, near 20SIU street, SoxtuuxUOxtSUi nlsu has sob! No. 611N West IH.hl street, n twntory high stoop private dwelling, lllx-IHx I vo, at SU.pOO. Oeorgo F. Jolmton It Sous Jiave told two of their group of sixteen two-sfcry-aud-baaeinent private dwellings, now nearlng eomincnlon, on 1. Kith and Van aou atreets. In tho block bounded by Kelly street and Longwoud avenue, Kach ortoeso iinu.it standi on a lot 20x100. but Its frontage Is 20 feet. The buy ers are Mary J, Clary and Margaret Dowes thu price, $7,730 fort ajh house. . . The Church 01 Our Lady of Mercy, the Iter. J. C. Illgney, pastor, haa bought the Keary mansion with about eleven lots on tbo proposed Hainu avenue. Just south of Klngsbrldgo road. Work upon anew church will bo begun soon. Ileal Rstato Auction Sale. At the Itroadway Salesroom yesterday William Ken nelly sold No. 51 Cr shy street, near ltroome street, seveu-storv brljk factory, lot VliluO, foreclosure, to the plaintiff, M, Allele Smith and another, as trustees, forS0U,t)00ialao.N'o.UI7 West 1 Tilth street, liearKlov cnth avenue, three slury brick dwelling, lot ls.vxluU. forecloiure, to Phebe V. I'.ajelye for flu.ouoi also No. niuWest 17fth street, three story brick dwell. Ing, lot In.uxlOU, foreclosure, to Phebe c, llapelye fur $11,210; alto (115 West 17uth street, three-atory brick dwelling, lot lt.UxlOO, foreclosure, to l'bebu C. Kapelye for $1U. 1)110: alto No. 1402 Second ave nue, auutheost corner of Seventy-third atreet, Ilte story tenemeut, lot 27.2x75. anion for dower, to Hobert J. Treacy for SSV.OOOi also No. 132S First avenue, northeast corner of Seventy-first street, four-story brick tenement houie, lot 27.2x73, action for dower, to Jamei McUeo for 925,000. William M. Hyan sold Nos. 103 and 107 West 103th street, near Columbus avenue, two nve-itory brick flat housei, each lot 25x100, foreclosure, to tbo plaintiff, Ferdinand Forsch, for 150.U70. Philip A. Smyth sold No. 2 17(1 Third avenue, near 11 l)th street, throe-itory brick tenement house, lot 23.3i about S3, partition sale, to W. P. and J. II. Purdy for S3S.100; also IJronx and Pelhain Parkway or Fordham aud I'elham atenue, northwest corner of East Chester to Westchester road, 1.7&1.7X xlrregu lar xOHS. 11, contains about twent -six acres, town of West Cheater, Twenty-fourth want, partition sale, to Ilenjamln btern for $03,805; also Foidham and Pel ham avenues, northeatt corner of East Chester to Weit Chester road. 1,021. lux Irregular x xl.014.1', contains about forty-six acres, tuw-u of West Chester. Twenty-fourth ward, partition, to James Dunn for $73,033. .H. de Walltearss sold MInforcl place, east side. 73 feet north of Jennings street, three three-story frame dwellings, lot each 25x1110. foreclosure, to Thomas K. Ureaecu. plaintiff, for $7,430. John s. Maiies sold only nineteen of the 112 lots offered f Jr sale, a portion of tho estate of the lato J. J. Nelll, situated on the avenue from Tremont to Weat Chester, about 300 feet east or tbo Ilronx ltlver, and near the aoutbeatt cornerof ltronx Park, Twenty fourth ward. Tho total tales realized $12,UU0, or an average of aoout S383 for each lot. D. Phanlx Ingraham sold, partition sale. 05 vacant lots. Including three plots belonging to the estate of Susan llarclay Ward, situated on itoulevard Lafay ( etto (exteuslon Itlterslde Drive), aa follows: Four lots, Nos. (on map) l,2,:l,and4.toC. Il.Seholemau at 82,400 each; Nos. ,1. it. 7. aud 8, to Jacob D. Duller at $1,800 each: also in same, Nos. 0. 10. 11, and 12. at $1,700 each; Nos. 13, 14, 13, and ID. to K. C. Lyon at S4-.000 for the four lots; Nos. 17 and IH, to J, .1. Fredericks at SI.200 each; No. ID, to S. M. Prowler nt $1,2U0; No. 20. to Mrs. A. Hudd at $1,150; Nos. 21, 22, and 23, to P. A. Casslcly at $1,210 each, and Not. 24, 25, and 20 at 12,000 each, aud No. 27 at S3.8U0. nil to the same. On ths prlvata street adjoining tbo Itoulevard lots on the rear. 27 lots sold at an average of $ too each, and 24 lots on op(K site side of street an adjacent N. V.C. and It. it. H. 1L were nearly all purebnaed by William llankln, paying $2.10 to $1,000 each. Tho plots sold: No. 148 at $4,300; No. 1411. to Charles 1). Hill, at $5,323. and No. 144. to W.F. Carroll, for $1,3311; plot 4 10 Dr. II. W. Mooney at $2,400. situated on rort Washington, near 170th street. The total sales real lied UI,823. Court Calendars ITalt Day. Appellate Dlvlrlon Supreme Court Nos. OS, 30, CO. (11. (1U. 70. 2, (lit. 35, 71. 72, 73. 74. 75. 70. supremo Court Special Term Part I. Motion cal endar called nt 10:30 A.M. Part II. Kx-parte mat ters, l'art 111. Clear. Divorces Nos. 4(21, 3i)()l, 401 U. 4715. 4744, 4U12, 4U1D, 4U.il), 4U3P, 32 Is, 4K04, 3120. &I3S. ,m:io, ni:ii.t:i2,niiis,oi4i).Bi4H,si4H, 6150, 515s, .11(11. Part IV. Case unflnlshed. Law and fact Not. 4830. 4ttd(l, 3034, 52)13, 33.18, 4547, 34311, 3411. .14 lis, .1472, 54U3, 101.1. Part V. Cuse untlnitheJ. Ca,?s from Part IV. l'art VI. Clear. Cases from l'art IV. l'art VII Ad journ, d until Thursday. Oct. 21, 1SII7. Trial Term Part II. (.Tear. Preferred causes Nos lllSlis. 12807, 12227. 12.105, 1354U, 138I7. 13477. 137S.S. I3I2W, llllss, 1.I071, I87l)4. II43II. 127H7. 12570. 1374M, l'J'JSII. 12.172, 13101, 12S72. I25U0. 1380U. 187.11, Part III Caso unfinished. Nol. 4.110, 5114,4008, 11214. S71. 872, 44S.1. 17711. 3(121. 4sUW, B0(s, 3000, 62MH, 0430, 211.1. 3700. 87741, 3800, 301, 3000, III2U. 5B33. 4S21I, .1244. 3233, SII4K, 01172, 111)77, Part IV. Case uuflnl bed. Cases from l'art III. Part V. Case unfinished. Casesfrnm 1'urt III. Part VI. Case unfinished, Cases from Part HI. Part VII. Case unflnlshed. Nos. 2.115. 071, SIKH, 5415. :l.14s, 3SI7, 7222, 3314, 41)10, 5078, 3431, 57011, 3N02, 470D, (II SO. OHIO. 0101. I11MII, 0200, 11201, IIUS7. 7D20. 70.13. 7UU4. Part VIII. Clear. Caaes from Part VII. Part IX. Clear. Cases from l'art VII. Part X Clear. Cases from l'art VII. Part NI. Case unfinished. Cases from Part II. Part NIL Case unfinished. Cates from Part II. Surrogate-e Court Chamlieis No. 1845, Will of Diehard Tlghe at 10:3(1 A. M. For probate Willi of Margaret Muller at 111 A. 31.; Isals-lla Leghorn. Catherine O'llrlen, Anna Snutherland, Marin Martin. Harris 1-vy. Mary llannon. Lydta A. Cunneeu. Fred erick A. llldabock nt 10::i0 A.M.. Mnry A. Hender son. Oeorgo F. W. llartels. Charles L. Jones. Ledyard hands at 3 P. SI. Trial Term No. I2U0. Will of Mary Johnson at 10:30 A.M.-, No. 1312. Will of Hester Nunrrnt 111:30 A. M. City Court Siieclal Term Motions. Trial Term PurtsL, II., III., aud IV. adjourned for tho term. Jfinmitin.. UNION PACIFIC Reorganization. The Reorganization Commltteo hereby rallsupon holders ot Certificates Issued by Its depositaries for shares deposited under tho Plan aud Agreement of Heorganlsatlon, to pay on or beforo KI,.VKH. Il.tV, OtTOIlEH 30, 1HOT, T1IK SECOND IN STALLMENT of five per cent, or tho nominal or par value of such Certificate!. Payment In New York must bo made to The flfrfantili Trust Company, 120 Broadiray, and mutt lie accompanied by presentation 0 tbe Cer, tlllcates of Deposit for Indorsement of such payment. LOUIS FITZCEIMMl, JACOII II, SCIIIFP, T. JatPPRIUtOSI COOLIDOB, Jib, CUAIICIIY ,M. Dirr.iv, SIAUVIX IICIilllTT, oi.ivcit Anns, Commllfee. ALVIN Vf . EIIECH, Secretary, 180 Broadway. New York, September 3S, 1807. WE HAVE 450,000 LEFT OF 1500,000 3 1-2 40-YEAR CITY OF BOSTON BONDS. PItlCE ON' AIM'MCATIOX. Leland, Towle & Co. BO IV A I.I, ST., .M-.VV Kdlli. 1 C4.UIIKH dr., IltNTUl'. Vr. ll.IKI! A SJI'KIIAI.TV 41P BANK & TRUST CO. STOCKS. P. J. COODHART & CO., MltMIIKIl!) . V. Mt It IIXCIMVUK, 38 WALL STREET. mmmmmmSSmmmmmm High Grade Bonds. State of Mass. (1935) - Gold 3ia H, Y, Gent, & M, 0, R, R, 100-yr, Gold 3s Lake Sh. & Midi, South. 100-year Gold 3)3 Pitts., McK'port & YoopWo'nj - 1st Mtga. 6s (tluar. lir L. S. ,t M. Mo. mid Iit P. I. B. 3tyi) II, Y., N. Haven & Hart. - Convert, deb. 4s Old Colony R. R. (1925) .... 4s N. Y. & Hew England - 1st Mtge. 6s & Zs Del,, Lack. & West. - - 1st Mtge, 7s Horns & Essex .... 1st Mtge, 7s Morris & Essex - Guaranteed Consol. 7s Albany & Susque. Guaranteed Consol, 68 Chi, & Northvi'n Consol. Skg. Fund Gold 78 St. Paul & Sioux City - 1st Mtge. Gold 6s Erie Railway .... Consol. Gold 7s H. Y. A- Erie - 2d Mtge. Extended Gold '5s u N. Y. & Erie 3d Mtge. Extended Bold fta N. Y. & Erie 4th Mtge. Extended Gold 5s Pitts,, Ft. Wayne & Chic. - 2d Mfee. 7s United N, J. R. R. & Canal (1944) Grid 48 Canada Southern - - - 1st Mtge. 5s Michigan Central - - 1st Mtge.' 7s Rome, Water. & Ogdens. - Consol. 5s St. P.,M. &M. 2d (Now 1st) Mtge. Gold'68 Chic, St. L. & N. 0. Guar. Consol. Gold 5s Ches. & Ohio (I90B& 1911) 1st Mtge. 6old 6s Chic, Rock Island & Pac. - 1st Mtge.' 6s Cleve., Col., Cin. & Ind. - - Consol. 78 L. & II. (Mob. & Mont.) 1st Mtge. Gold 4)8 Nash., Chat. & St. L, - - 1st Mtge. 7s St. L. & San F. 2d (Now 1st) Mtge. Gold 68 , Oregon Short Line - 1st Mtge. Gold Bt. ( Third Avenue R. R. - - 1st Mtge. Gold 5s Edison Elec. Illuminating 1st Mtge. Gold 5s New York & Harlem - Consolidated 7s New York & Northern - 1st Mtge. GoId-58 i C., M. & St. P. (C. & P. W. Div.) 1st Gold 5s C, M. & St. P. (H. & D. Div.) 1st Mtge, 78 , C, M. & St. P. (River Div.) Conv. 1st 7s .J FOR B.M.T. nV feM Goldman. Sachs & Co., 1 31 2&assau Street. I People's Gas Light and Coke Go. (OF CHICAGO). I THE STOCK OP THK FT.OPt.rT9 CAR I.ICBT 1 Jt roKK CO. (OF CUICAOO) having brcn listed on I tho New York Stock Exchangr. notice 1. hereby rUea I tbat the certificates Issued by the Central Trust Com- I pany of New York for tbo certificates of the Fidelity Insurance. Trust and Safe Deposit Company Issued upon the surrender of certlflcatea of the Chicago Gas Company, are exchangeable at the office ot tb) t:r..TUAI, TItl'ST COMPACT OP .F.V YORK. O-l IV ALL. ST.. SEIV YORK CITY, for stock of the People's Qaa Light & Coko Company (of Chicago). All certificates presented for exchange roust be . properly endorsed in blank and tha full address ot Vk the persons to whom the new stock Is to be traat- JjC ferred must be glTen. fl CENTRAL TRUST CO. OP N. T. " By F.. F. HYDE, Second Ylce-rresldenU -i DEAL ON " THE EXCHANGE. this makim; oiitK op Yocn pnoprm. I KAMKS OF llHOKEah FCKNISUEO WITU EYBItT W KTOCK8 nMM GIIAIX PIIOVItIO.S COTTOM Ixiugbt and sold for cash or on margin of three to fita percent. dty.w SlAIL AND TELEOHAPII OKDER8 PKOMPTUrVR.'S nXECUTEI). . ICNf AM, TRAXNACTION ;CAnATBP.D. "f J GEO. HAGELWEIDE, NTOI'H DIIOHBH. ', lO Wall Ml reel. sv York. MEMFF.lt XF.WYOTtK CON-. STOCK EXCnANQC SFECOLAIORS tVILI, be Interested In nur WEEKLY MARKET LET TEK and SIX DAVS WITH KINd COTTON, either ot which will be sent freeon request. STUART Ss. PADDOCK, IIA.SjUi'IIN Jt IlltOKEIU, , 60 HUOADWAY, NEW YORK. MOSTO.S-, MASS.: PHILADELPHIA. PA.1 ai.ag.gJAiiEs in. nn. -ui cnEaTNPT bt. Kountze Brothers, Bankers, BROADWAY AND CEDAR ST., NEW YORK. Buy and make advances on Railroad, Munici pal, and other Securities. Draw Bills of Exchange on Engbnd and tha Continent, and nuke Cable Transfers. O-JKLsE A.2&.L5 oas)Soat Ono of tho Greatest Itnilrond Invention of tho Arc, recently patented, langtiInUei In lt Iiivcntor'H linnds for lack of capital to place It on the market. Will sell frnt tlnnal interest for it tithe, of Its real value. Full part ieulnrn free. Address ISAAC F. TI 1,1,1 NT. II AST, :t Arcade, Scranton, l'a. W. CIIAL'NCKY FLOYD.JONE8,) . . ' r Members Js. T. WILLIAM ROniSO.V, ) Bl0!k Exrhangt. FLOYD-JONES & ROBISON, 18 WALL ST. Stocks Bonds and JnvBstments. BROWN BROTHERS & CO., . .tt. SH 1VAM, MTItKKT, l.tttrrt Iluj-and sell 1,111s nf exclianw Inrft i.irnt on (Ireat Ilrltaln, the c ntl 0 '''".' Australia, and himtli r,,ila "' Africa, make cabin trauitcrs '" f.it. ';' mocy anil i-ollcrtlnns of i-rrir. ilrsfiannalliiarta "f II10 world, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, a!K'& ALL COS.NECTKll II Y I'lllVATK WIRE. ' mwn & stout 1 Nassau Street, Cor. WnllSt. (New York Stock Kxdiangsv MKMUBRS OF New York Cotton Kxoliant; 1 Chicago Hoard ot Trade, Orders executed on the above exchanges In BONDS. STOCKS, COTTOr. AND 6RA1H. Sii'ifltntlis nml ntercist. Klllll'Ol.li A Wr.STKIllMAVAYiri.' 40 KxchatiKs riace, New York, October 14, 1M(7. Notice It ln-robjr irtvpt. that the Ikiunl of lilrecturi has ileclarcil nn the Adjiistnient I'riferred Sua-U ,,f this t'oiiiiany u dividend of O.ST, IHH.I.AH J'KIl HIIAItnout cf tlisurilus net Incomu fur tin' period rnned Juiih HHIIi. 1x7, payatilv atthnonieo of Ilia (.'mil anr u ,Weiv York city on nnd after NnvrinlnT Ifnii, IM7, t'lllieAdJnsliiientrrcforri'dhtockhiilili'rs as nvlsti'riil at t:.t closo of busluusson NovemUr bth. I nn 7 The transft r lnks for Adluitnient Preferred Mock will be closed fro.n IV o'clock noon. November Ota. . lt7, UUtll IV o'v'lwk A. H., Novemlier 18th, 1HU7. A. 1. UElU'UlLL,tlrtlf.