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,& ' THgnsttfr, Trtmim,gr ti&m&e1 raft.1 - I
I TWO BIGGEST COASTERS.
J. bteakehi or orr.n e,ooo roxa ron
K jvrrr lornr axh cuha mail.
f Contracts Msned eatcrday Thii Yraarls ! Ties
jK, alullt rr null tnrrlera, unci la Compliance
JM. with tan law Mutt Wk Mara Than
8 Slsleen Hnnla and II Pit te Carry Cant.
El Contracts for tho building of what will bo the
m, two largest steamships ever constructed In this
K country for tlio coastwise truds were slimed '
E yesterday by It. A.C. Smith on behalf of tho '
fe J,'evr York uud Cuba Mall StoamshlpConipaii),
fe Tho new ships will Ims twin screw vessels of be
W tweon 5,000 nnd 0,000 tons, nnd vvlll tngclhcr
i- cost91,U30,000. They vvlll bo ncarlT 400 fid In
lenglh.SOfcrt beam, with n draught of VO feet
fisL It Is understood that thcr will bo built ul
W Cramps' yards on tho Delaware. ,
m Tlio hulldltia of these voaatls Is duo lamely to
S tho Interest and efforts of tho now AdnilnUtra-
tlon nnd Postmaster-General Oary. The New
W York and Cuba Mall Steamship Company
m the successful bidder for tho carrying of tlio
W malls between New York, the West Indies, nnd
E Mexican port. It was made apart of this con-
if1 tract, which was nwnriled on fliursdas. that
6 tbo sutioasful bidder should agrco to bullil
, two fast vessels which would till tho re 1
IL qnlrements n' tho net of Congress " In
W provide fur ocean mall aervlco between t hi;
E United States mid foreign ports, and pronioto
M comiiimtc." Ilio new ships will bo known a
B noeond-clas.s'hlps." vvhku. under the require-
Sf tnentsof the act of Conuress Kovernlng their
I? construction, must lo abln lo maintain a rate of
gi apoed In cxicisof 111 knotsan hour. Tlio ships
3ti tnURt aho ho constructed with particular
3J reference to prompt nnd economical ion-
V version Into uiullinry naval cruisers, and,
Zk according to planatirovidcd by tho secretary of
'JP tho Navy. Im of Mifilelenl strength to sustain tho
ft working of n bvttery of twelve, rllle d c union uf
S? a calibre not less tb in six Inches. Thonevvvcs-
IS? sols, the pi ins of vvhlih arc all completed and on
jv whkhvvork will bo nt onco begun, vv 111 In ap-
u, pcaranco itaenible tho ht. Paul and St. Louis,
fU unit will Lavo pvssctigtr accommodations In
W evciy ivn; ciiual to Uunc ocean llyors.
'. POLWEMA V SMITH'S EVSEItAL.
H Baltro Firih street Acjuad to Alteact Uoebsr
fls anarr at Oleott.
Jf? Chief McCullagh, In a general order to the
force, yesterday announced tho death of Pollcev
4? man Frederick Smith, murdered In the Re-
fcr demptoiist Church by n, burglar, -shorn he caught
f. robbing the poor box. At tho funeral, which will
tt take place tu-day, the wbolo Fifth street squid 1
t will parade. Tbo body will bo taken from the
fg policeman's Into homo at 07 Avenue A to Matt 1
H Hall, 4H1 Enst Sixth street, and at I o'clock to
K tho Church of tho Most Holy Hedeemcr, where
m ho was killed.
T Thcro Is talk of a subscription In the depart- '
J tnent for the dead policeman's family, which at
'4 fit a held for each patrolman nnd ac respmub
g, lngly larger sum for tho superior officers, is
ft likely to realize a Urgo sum, probably as mini. ,
as $5,000. Commissioner Smith contributed $-'.
If jrisicre'iiy, and I.eo Schleslnger and E. A. Hut
jp man each tbo same amount.
jf Frit? Mrcr. accused of killing Policemnn
gj Frederick Smith, was brought before JustUo
gi Truax of tho Supreme Court, yesterday, on a writ
, of habeas corpus bat.ed on statements that
K his commitment was illegal. Ills counsel, m-
W broso II. l'urdy, Informcil the Court that since
IB- the writ was iBsued an indictment had been
' found ngninsi his client, so that he was now
SK legally 1 elil. Justice Iruax accordingly dis- 1
E missed the writ.
jr Coroner Hocber wroto an Indlgnnnt letter to
s District Attorney Olcott j csterday because the
t latter hid "snowed ailisreeinl for tho Coronr's
K, f' ofllcn nnd "ninde tbo Coroner's inquest a
Hf Xnrcc" to having Mocr indicted before one
I ft,' was held.
Mr. Olcott replied soothingly.
IltKLICS Of POET SQUIIti:.
Bis nutty word or Fire" Vrrtea Turn Id In
a CII7 Hall ornrr.
While searching in a stmll closet on the sec
ond lloor of tho City Hall oiorday Martin
Kecse. tho janitor, c.ini"" across a hunrtlo of nnr
row, black iloth. which bnd laid there since
August, 13S5, when Gen. Gnnt was buried.
The cloth was tho only reminder loft in tno
building of thu career of Itolllu M. Squire as
Commiloner of Public Works. Onco during
the d'is of mourning for Gen. Grant it hung
across the farad e just outsido the Governor's
room. On one of tho streamers were printed
thee Ilno-i In lareo while litters:
Ho liore u'oft o ir sword of nre
V uurld wat.ticij. envle 1 nation:
1 -j 1 litnry saiiA wtil e tremb lug kings
I 'iikf nur ilesolatli n
Another contained this burst of metaphor:
Tho ;ri ad of tils banner d armies shootc the world
F1- kin us pne rvel In llt'erty hr dlulem and (er
p-tuattd tucoralne gem rati tat America's example
uf a f rro bud tuvulnt-ralilo ku eminent.
The poetry of Mr. equlro excited laughter at
the timo und dually Mayor Grace ordered biui
J to take the verses down. Another quotation
1 from a poi m vvhii h Mr. hquiru winte. contiiin- I
I lng n rcferenro to " Freedom's hm d on Tune's j
I fc dial." was among til" mourning inscriptions on
if, tho City Hall, but It w as not found 5 cstcrday.
i i
I-, mcii.ir.L wi:Avr.n .v the toils.
c
f Tbo nobber Cauaht In Itroker nolllnt's Iloute
It n otrd f ronti.
, The burglar who was captured in the house of
, ,f Broker Edward A. Kolllns at 75 1 Carroll street,
E k Ilrooklyn, on Thursdaj evening, and who gave
J the name of Michael Joice, has been idcutllled
'I as Michael Weaver, a noted robber. Ilcsirved
'it several terms in Western prisons for various
1 I r nfTciii.es. and ono of four cars in the Kings
j. v Co ihl IVnitint(ar for bmglarv. lie Is do-
i I scrlbtd Inox-iincrinteiulcnt Iljrnos'slnmknsnn
t t expert i-cut lie thiuf.unfe burglur.and shoplifli 1,
I fe He has lcen held fortboGraud Jurj bj Police
9 ft Justice Hrislow.
Fine Sittr Train on tbn Vrw Vnrk Central.
I E Generil Passenger Agent George H.Daniels
j I of the New York Central nnd Hudson Illver
g S Railroad placed on exhibition a tho Grand Cen-
ilw tral Station jestcrday a new train to be run be-
j tweon New York and Chicago on a twenty-four-
f i, hourschodiilc, and which will bo cnlled tho Lake
a 5 Shore Limited. 'I ho train lias just been received
t e from tho Wagner Palate Car Company's shops
i nt Jliiftalo. and lepresents tho highest standard
at of thu cur builders' art. it consists of seven
ft oaiben; nbuITct smoking car, n dining car, a
t drawing room tar, three sleepers, and a com-
B piirtmenl iibservn lion car.
f- Two other slmilir trains will soon be com-
$ pletcd, and oni. ut them will dilly leave this citv
& at 5 nVloil, In the iiftcrnoon. Another will
f. leavo Ctilciigo at 5''I0 o'clock.
I - The Tirallier.
a Fair neather prevailed In all parts of the country
V yrsterJn), 1 xept toiue eloudlnest anil a few II lit
I 1 ahomrs III the mornln In ihn mlJ'llo Atlantic an!
1 , ewruLHnt hiatrt arid In 1I10 loner I iLs rrjlon.
, i Tho tempi raturofjll lu all the Htntes of i,e Mlssli
Ib at pi Vallrj from Minnesota to the Gulf au I also lu
V i tli" la riMlon. Tlis froit line appears to m exleuil
1 & lug siiiitlicat, and ma chis k the f ov cr lu tbo lower
f F lIlisUslppI alii
R y In this ilijr It was cloudy and fihowrry ta the morn-
k I InK, with fair weather later, and lit-ranio cooler at
I 5 MXhl: llUhest onklil temprrature 50. lowest S3,
S aveiai- liuiulilli), 07 ivr urn 1 wind nortbnest,
V J avirue velo-lty -JO miles an hour, I aromatcr, cor-
r " rnl'dtarciul to tea level, at A M tv ill!, 3 1' JI,
i' i 20"7
f j Tha tl ernionieter at the I'nltal statss Weather Ilu-
reau rsgliterel tlicteniperatureyetterday atfollowi
I L H7 tHOU 1807. IRtin
M SAM ." 65- BP M ... 00" (If
i W 12 V! ! nt ll P. M , til- il."
If a I'M. ir ut' 1.' mid 4.1' tj-
' 8 iiiim.tos rouicAsr ron smr.nir
R t'jr Xttc F ulunJ, rtittrrn .Vrie 1'ort. tuitern I'cnn-
, j, Iiiiii(o,.Vu JlTltv, Drlawtrt, MtlrM of Columbia,
w . Ifatylamf und Virginia, air, crol northtrtu tttntU
i ' For i-cttern Now Vcrlt, penerally fnlri ossl)j
ff ! lis1" loo.il tbowen ou tlio lakei llglil to treib east
jL erly wloils
!f Model Bath Rooms
I Just nliv our PIA'.MIIIVfi J'lX
.jt 'II lU'.h Imvo lirt-ii selccti.il for the
:1 mo't iiotnblc residences lmtlt In iv
L ten' j cam Is demoiistratul by rrltl-
i ral exnniiuatlnn,
f THE rlEYER-SNIFFEN CO., LTD.
K MAM KVI U'lllUS sVl) IMPOKTKIIS UK
f llll. II HUAUk I'Ll'MUIMI HMItlllS
I 5 Ilasi lllili St.. Nvv YtirU.
f CARPET tjTsotart
f 326 7th Ave.,
CLEANSING "Sk
i - bead Ivi- Circular,
jjbj .. H11...
ESTAOUsnSD 1845.
hkw vortK BTona, i iuiooklys sTonr.s.
nnOAIiWAV. nroadway . lledronl Ave.
(Oil ItsrsT. iFultonSt. AFlatbush Are.
Early Wintor
Top Coats, raado
from m o tl i u m
weight foreign
and domostio
C o v o r t b and
Whipcords, in
tiifToront ahadoa
of tan, with fancy
p'nid 1 i n i n r a
wovon on to tho
Roods.sorpo, satin
or silk shoulder
linings, out and
tuilorod in tho
most unoxcop
tionablo in aim or,
nro a VQry popu
lar foaturo of our
SpCCl'ill Btook and aro un-
1 obtaiuablo olso-
whoro: $20, $25,
Features ? placo on
salo to-day six
notv stylos of
To-flny. business b u i t s
",,""" (sinplo brouslod
coats, cither
single or doublo
breasted vests),
in foreign Chovi
ots, Worsteds and
Worsted - Chevi
ots, which will
appeal to good
drossers, $20,
$22, and $25.
Special 8ale to-day of
Flv l'ly. All I Inen. Oer-
insn Collars and Cum ,
I f i Inrs, .' 00 pi-r doi ,
ifi Curts, $3 on per dot.
Ill Kular prices. Collars.
5 I mi. Culls, tt SO Im
porter golnft out of busl
nets, that's all
Imported Dlaek Half
Hiwe, Re-enforced lleel,
sole and Tue color guar
antred bpeilal to-day,
I i pair for 1 UO Regu
lar price 1 50.
BROADWAY, CPU. 31st ST.
A DISTINGUlSeREPUBUGAITS
OPINION OF THE
Democratic Candidate for Con
troller of Greater New York,
BIRD S. OQLER.
JUDGE DILLON'S LETTER.
Sew York, October 1st. 197.
Dear Mr. Colcr No political or parts Uv islons
of opinion can prov inline from extending to voii
m person si congrat illations on v our nomination
for the important and responsible otitic of tho i
llrst Controller iimlir the Greater New York
Charter. Your vvido general oxpi rience In busi
ness, and uirtlculnrly in connection with mu
uiiinalitlcs and municipal crcditiinnd securities,
especially Ills you for the varied duties of this
olllce. cry truly yours,
(Signed I
Ulrd S. Colcr. Esq., 3-1 Nassau street. New York.
V i ! af
115 COKTIiANDT hl
I ; - iw fireat inrehaio of
v- fine Underwear made
Jv r T 1 by tho Way Mfg Co of
I 'Ole ) Philadelphia, noted as
lx WV lelng tbu best make rs of
O - l?J f'love Kitting V ors tod
" Underwear in AMTIUCA
V. 'vj at KNe. and 81. ID
ea-'h, which Is atiout SOc. on tho dollar
Gray Suede Gloves, 98c.
1- ull pique sewn, worth $1.50.
Men's Hals
Correct Fntblons and lory Little Prices.
Illrh Ilerbji S1.UO
Milk llata 90. OO
Coir apt 30c.
BROUGHT 3IAIXE II 1IISKEV HERE.
Ihto Mads UnosTM by tbe Sfalne Man's Dlossrlna;
Out Ihe bat.
Frank Goodwin, a young farmer of York Cor
ners, Mc camo to town on Ihursdny to see tho
nights. II i saw them, and, in the crenlng, after
going to his room In tho Putnam House, at
Twcnts -fourth street nnd fourth avenue, blew
out the gas and went to bed. Some of tho other
lolgcrsdetcctid tho odor of gas. It was traced
to his room, und ho was found in a semi con
scious condition. An ambulance from Hcllevue
was suiiimonoii and he was revived. When
asked If ho didn't know bettor than to blow out
tbo gns ho slid : "Waal. I had read souiothiii'
ahiout folks hlowln'out tbo gas; hut tho sign
under the light sed 'SO cents extra for gas
burned all night,' an' I didn't sco no wav of get
tin' il nut, so I jist blow it."
In ills i lollies uiro found six Hat bottles well
filled with v.hiskoy. Ho said ho got Ihtm In
l'nrtland. When nsked If he thought that ho
could not obtain whiskey in Now York, he said
lie guessed bo might If ho tried; but heknew
what ho was drinking win n ho took Mnino
whiskey. As he was carried into thoambiilanio
he muttered:
"Well. I'll be swlzs-ledl I've hearn toll of
folks blowln' out the gas. but I nev or thought
I'd he such ndnrn fool. I don't know what tor
hj tor Marthy."
At tbo hospital It was said that Goodwin's con
dition w as not sorloiis.
Gornsra Parka'a Ilody to Do Cremated.
Aiiianv, Oct. 20. The funeral of Gorham
Parks, late Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, which
wns held to day, was intended by the Judges of
tho Court of Appeals nnd prominent lawyrrs
and litiruns of Alb my, the icmalns will ho
cremated In 'Iroy and the ashes burled In Green
wood Cemetery
ti.A.CIAL AXl COMMEnOIAT.
Vsn lork Sloik Riehanse Sales Oct. 9S,
CMIKIl HTA1H8 AM) STATI PONDS (IV 31,0003).
1 US ts.clHOVl inT,l 6VaPdebS3i
100 USts.r, 0137i-,l of 1801 07'
100 US4tc, 1 KJ.'j 1 i8'e
ILObl.NO PillLlCS (IK U .SITED STATES RONDS.
Hid. Jtktd. Bid, AlktJ.
Va St u. r, Dn "' B'-r'
atplofQ 00 "l04 ' -ll4-h l16
t nH 4, r UnstSs, c,
1007. ,.112 I13's lvo "1164 H0'
fn ht 4i. c, t"n ht 6t. r.
1007 . .113" lbl'i IB . ..102S
tnhl4t, r, Unbte,r.
1BV6 ...127 127-j ,l,V8 l08
I li hi 4i, c,
110 .... 128U ll!8'i
IUILHOAD AND OTHER BO-4DS ftf Sl.OOOst.
16 Atcb ad 4t,,.. 68lJ 6MoPacrn . )3'
24 68'4 a Nor P 1st, o 120
14 6S 6 NorPao ltt.r. 120
0, 5B 40 N 1' prior 4. .. 00's
6 6SK. 6 00't
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81 Altaian..... 80S39.... OOW
y 80U lOKraogaHs.... 60
17..!.!."!.'...'"... 80S C CD's
lOAtlaPaoln.... ' 8 6B
lAtehitOlit.. 301. IKorPae Tilt.. 104
lllutrftrbgnftslOO 6.NortW.NRlttl20s
16DrWAW0....100 7SJCnfnlBt,rllO
4ChA0 en Sa.1 lSH 20 NJ Cen gnlBs.113
2 H2 7NY.CStl,4sl04
n !!!ll2 3 103To
10."""." 1124 lNWtfBt HOVa
ocniqtati oea BNw.fst,r....ioa
1 C.C.0AStL4a, BSWcn 144Hi
stI,d D0V ONY.OtWcnoslOB's
1 05Hi 13 100
lCenraeDoi... 102 40 Or HH 4 02
OCKHABCoof OOBLcnot 02S
Oat. 024 8 02
10CtaTmlttt.tr 444 SOrsSL 110
11 46 10 U0t
6 454 ar.DsKlit.tT 071
f. Chlc'EUnlBtl03 3r.DEltt,KdlOBla
3 102'4 1 Pitta Wett lit 77ii
2 ! 103 0Ktadgal4 84
3 C Mid 4i. td I D 154 B 83Tt
2C,I.8tI,rh4i 101 17 84
3ChleOLACCo 10 WoO W lit.... 813
lit 103 3 814
XO 102"i 3nockItlB 106
7 CenOacnBi... 034 4 Flock III deb 8i. 102
36COany2ilne, 13 2 8cIVNK4j.. 86
2DMAFID4I. 86 8 UoPaeof Calea 014
1 Dul.SSAAtlsalOS'i 2 014
1 nrl4thei.. ..120 6 014
1 1204 DSoPof ArlilitlOO's
7 Erie Bth ex g 41 OS's 4 1004
6 rrleprlorli.lt.. 01 V 6 Bt L SrBl..l01 '
6Ercllrn34i.. 704 13 Stt. 8F4i... 704
2EdlsonEIltt..lll 14 70V
10 FtWin.0 1st.. 684 G 70
10 0, H't A 3 A IStPeon 1304
MPBt 02' 1 StPNPei.,128
6 03 eStanRfcTot.. 00
3 OenEleedebBilOl 7 004
7 1014 8 Stan II A T Ino. 13
1 IIATClitBs..lll) C IB
4 II A T C tnl 4i. 74 2 14
17 76 CSAAAPlittt 00
lSIronHtBt 84 lOSoIt'wayB 014
1 844 3TAPUIB 064
1 84' 2 00
32 IowaCeotltt.. 074 10 Tex Pae Sd la.. 274
1 KlntsCoEl lit 57 30 B74
llKaaPcos.tr.. 80 25 274
0 884 lT.CItns,Dd 87
0 87 4 Tol. M I. A K C
40 80 lst.tr 84
15 804 17 834
8 804, 4TRItAofStt
5 604i Bs 1074
11 80V 1 UnraoOGi.lr.112
16 80'4l 6 1114
10 KPDdaa.tr.. .114 10 Dn Pao a f. t r..l 1 1
10 Kan A Tex 4a.. 85'. 2 Union Pao C T.
37 Kan AT Sdt.... 58's eahVctpp 41
34 50 7CP.DAOtit. 40
20 58rt 6 48's
5 504 1 484
16 504 6 484
10 504,20 48
I SDV OWabltt 107t
6LacledeO lit.. 102 21 108
6 101't 0 1084
6 LA VT Ben as.. 1004 6 107Tt
5 101 OWabUd 70
16 LakeShoro3V3ti04 10 784
6LAN.FASlst 88 1 78'4
lLebValot XT 10 704
lit 102 4 704
3L.EAStI.Ss.tr 30 ' SWabdeb.tB.. 20
ISMetSRy ltt...l00"t 1 Weal Sh 41, r...l084
4UnR'y4t 034 2 Wh A L E 1st. 01
10 OS's! 2WUCtaltt.tr 324
2 034 7 33
0 Met El lit 11841
Total talea of railway boadt (par Tains), S1.4S7.000.
RAILROAD AND OTHER nnARKS.
Open- Iliah- Low- , doting .
Sato ina '! "t- Did Awkrd.
ISAd'tEx. 1014 105 1014 102 106
2260SAmsp. 141t 141S 1304 1404 141
320AmbRpH3 113s 113 1134 1144
47BVm8M. 10 10 10 10 104
UiOAmCabl 01 01 01 01 02
1020.mTob. 82 824 81'i 82s! 83
at Am Ex. .1104 117 110 110 118
100 Am COII 214 214 214 21 214
BBO Vtrb.T
SF...... 134 134 134 13"t 134
S440Atrh.TA
SFep. 284 204 2&t 204 204
30AArbpf 31"a 314 31"t 32 35
BOO Rait A o 14 14 14 14 144
BUG Par St O 44 44 4 4 44
HOOHr'kRT 334 337a 334 334 334
lSOOl'n Q.123 123 123 121 123
330 Can So.. 654 654 564 544 654
200CanPac. 704 704 704 704 80
leiUChOtW 164 164 154 16 154
lOOCenPao 15 16 16 14 15
2030ChrtAO 214 224 214 214 224
lOelOCMcOo 00"i 074 004 004 074
BOOC.C.C A
ML... 344 34't 344 344 36
80CAVW122J 123 1224 1234 1234
32J35C.DAQ 044 054 034 06 054
IDleSO.MAStP 034 0J4 024 034 034
270 CM A St
Ppf. .1304 1304 1304 1304 130'.
647BC.R1AP 864 804 864 fr-04 8(ls
BOOColtu-l 23 234 23 234 23
34:0 ConOaa 2034 2034 202 202 202
3SUC.IAL 84 84 8 8 0
200D.LAW163 154 153 153 150
GOODttOaa 539 54 534 60 65
100 D ARO p 444 444 444 444 454
370FrleRR 15 154 15 164 154
ulOErlelttp 304 304 304 30 37
lOOErleidp 104 1034 1 03s 10 204
BCOOrnr.lec 33 34 334 334 34
'JHUCIan 004 00't 004 084 004
snoH'rnSll.1.70 1.70 1.70
100 I1IC. nt 1024 1024 1024 1014 102
100H18teel. 44 44 44 43 47
ISO la Cen.. 84 84 84 84 O
SlaCenp 31 31 31 314 32
BLakeShl70 170 170 171 173
281BLouAN 664 654 66 664 664
1410MtnConl014 1014 1014 1014 102
lOOHetStRylOl 101 101 101 1014
lOOMexNitf 1 1 1 1 14
BMIchCenl024 1024 1024 1024 1064
10 H AStL
lttp .. 86 86 86 84 80
BlfiO Mo Pa.. 204 304 204 304 304
BOOMo.KAT 13 134 13 134 134
1460M.KATp 314 324 204 324 33
S4BbJCent 014 024 014 02 03
222 SYCentl084 1084 108 1084 1084
310SatLad 344 344 344 344 36
320 SatLdpl044 1044 1034 104 1044
110 Nor Am. 44 44 44 44 6
250 KAWp 424 424 424 424 424
1410SorP. 18 18S 18 184 184
8280SI'aop. 624 624 614 624 624
KOOOntAW 10 1, 16"a 104 104 104
420OreSI... 184 18"t 184 10 104
14(10 l'ac Hall 30 304 204 3 0 304
400P.DAE 14 14 1 1 14
845I-UI1M1C171 1714 171 171 1714
1165 V, CCA
RtL... 314 324 314 324 33
350PeiiuRR114'a 1144 1144 1144 116
1 0 Teople's
OLAO 004 DOS 004 004 074
2230 Itei dint 224 234 224 234 234
aonnn.a.i... a at- .. rT A di. a r m n
1500 Read 2p 284 284 284 284 20
10 II 11 Wp 04 64 64 644 67
1855MPAO. 70 704 70 704 80
80htl'AOpl41 141 141 140 146
40Ubol'ac,. 204 204 204 20 204
20Uholtwy 04 04 04 04 04
1300boRyp. 304 304 304 304 304
lOOStJAOI 04 04 04 04 7
200StJAOI
2dp... 16 16 16 144 17
B7BSt LAS
Flttp. 614 614 614 61t 63
StSStanRAT 44 44 44 44 6
J345TOAI.. 20 204 264 204 204
l33Texr. 11. 114 114 114 114
15370 L'ni'ae.. 224 234 22 224 23
1U0OPDAO 7 74 74 74 74
lOOUMlubp 04 04 04 63 06
100 USL... 74 74 74 74 74
U.'n Wabash. 74 74 7 74 74
820VVabp.. 1R4 184 184 184 10
OBWFEx.100 10U4 100 108 1 IO
llBOWUTrl 88 884 874 88 8B4
Totalities, 170.328 iharaa.
BOSTON CLOSINO QUOTATIONS.
Jlpt. t(d. Bid. Attn.
Rot A Alb. .2174 OenEloop. 80 86
PotAMe.,.100 108 Hoi AMon.1384
Chic J com 108 CalA HeiU460 400
ChlcJpf 107 100 Osceola..,, 37
FltUiLurgp 044 QulDcyU.,,110 112
OldColo&y 184 186 TaiuMla,, 126 130
WEItcom 02 024'Tam,Jr.... 104
Poniln'nC, 214 21V!l"lt ,,,. 224 224
AmBellTl266 2674IB 00 1st... 864
IVtitEltc-.. 214 lOUaaa... 00 70
"IILADELTniA OLOalKO QtTOTATtOHa,
JBIit. td. " AtUd,
UatrhTat. 204 27 IT 01.0a.. 434 44
rennRR... 674 57 s, Rl SB com. B7Ta 284
PhllaTraj. 711, 714 FIBRpt... 80s 31
Union Traj jQ'e 11 PIl.LAPe 104 104
F.APTo.. 7o, 704 PIl.LAPp 384 384
llet Trac..,ioo 101 WeUOcom 104 18
OTotNJt 30 37 Welt Opt.. 064 00
CTotNJbt 97 974 OattTrtct- 104 104
0 0 Imp Co 804 804 Manas".... 17 174
CniCAOO CLOSINO onOTATlONS.
Bid. Alked. Md. Alttd.
"ST.".. 044 06 MIlBnwpf 2B
AmSlr-M.. 304 31 NTBItcult OB 024
CanalAD. 00 004 NChStRy.BB7 230
ChloRrew,, 7 g stStabltO. 204 BB
Cltyh'wayBe 230 WCaSiRylOO 101
Dlam'dM.,134 137 Lfct-L-ctfi 10 104
UkeBfL" 104 10s Mst WB... 0 7
Mil Brew ., 74 84
IATCST LOVtlOT QnOTATlOltB.
AteWioa. aap 3S Norfolk A Wpf.n.. 434
Canadian Paclfto... 81 4 Northern Paclltopf. 534
Chetipeake A Ohio. 2E4 Ontario A Welt..... 17
Frleron.aap 15a, PenniylTania. 684
Erlalitpt 37 Reading, lit a p.... 1114
Illinois Central 1044 StFaul 06"t
Kaniu A Tcxaa.... 1B4 South Railway 04
LaktShoro 174 south Railway pf.. 314
LoultTltlt A Niih., 684 Onion Paciao 234
New York Central, 1 1 1 Wabaahpf. 10
Friday, Oct. 29.
The rarlout Interruptions to business, both
hero and In London, during the next threo or
four days, together with tbo unusual intorost In
tho local election, resulted, as was to be ox
pected, In a very quiet markot for stocks. The
speculative) situation was also affected by
changing v lews and conjectures as to tho In
fluence upon tho local campaign of tha death of
one of the Mayoralty candidates. In eplto of
tho unusual apathy the tono of tho market was
strong throughout, a clrcumstanro that Is
not surprising In view of the trnfllo state
ments for last month of tho C, D. and
Qulncy, Heading, and less Important com
panies, printed further on In this column.
The publication of tbo oxtranrdlnaiy show lng of
the Chicago, Turlington and Qulncy Company
was foltowed by somo professional silling of tho
stock on the theory, probably, that tho state
ment had been discounted. 1 he selling, how
ever, did not depress the price permanently. As
a matter of fact, thero Is very littlo selling on
the Stock Exchange nowadays, except by pro
fessional operators and traders who follow In
their wako, and both, as a rulo, are content with
profits of a point or less, becnuso they renllro
that they themsolvcs nro chiefly responslblo
for tho roccsslon In prices that takes placo
from time to timo, A sharp rally in prices
llko that of today, on light transactions,
demonstrates that thoro aro very few stocks
for sale at current figures, from which It may
be inferred that local operators nnd small spec
ulators are much more susceptible to the gossip
of tho Street regarding Cuban affairs, the elec
tion, and the possible damage that Congress
may Inflict upon the business of the country
than the actual holders of securities. An Inci
dent of the trading was a drive at Sugnr Refin
ing that carrlid the price down two p lots, and
which was followed Dy a complete recovery.
Tbod allngswero tbo smallest on any day since
the summer advance in prices culminated. In
onl) tlvo stocks did tho trading exceed 10,000
shares. Tho closing was strong at about tho
best prices.
Unal sales compare with those of yesterday
as follows:
Oct. 2S Oct. 29.1 Oof 28. Oct. 20.
A.TASFe. 13 134(Nat Lead... 34 344
A.TASFtp 284 204iNatLeadpfl04 1034
Am Cot Oil. 214 214 "Serf A Wp 424 424
AmSRef ..1404 1404 N- Wrom ..1224 1224
AmSRefp 1134 113 N Pae com. 18 184
AmTob .. 814 824 V Pae pf... 62 524
AmSpM .. 104 10 NYCent...l07'Vi 1084
CanaitaSo.. 544 554 NJCent.. 01 024
Can Pae.... 78'4 704 Omaha rora 784 70"
C.C.CAbtL 344 34'eOntAW... 10 10
C.BAQ .. 044 05 I'.c Mall . 30 304
Con G is .204 202 TuHPCar.171 1714
ChetAO.. 214 224 rtocklilanl 8534 804
ClilcOaa.. 004 07 Uiadlnit... 22s 234
CtaOW.... 15 154 a-ad lstpt 484 40"t
D.I. AW.. .151 154 .iPconi... 024 034
DARUpf. 444 444 Soll'way.. 04 04
Erie 144 l54'5oR,wayp 20s4 304
0'nElte... 334 34 standRAT 5 4',
Illinois Cenl 01 1024 TexaaPac.. 114 114
KanATex. 124 134TC.1AR. 254 204
KanATpf. 314 324 t'n Pae.... 224 23
LouANash 54"s 554 U S Leath.. 74 74
UanhCon.,1014 1014 Wabaahpf. 184 184
MnPaeine. 294 304 VY Cn Tal.. 874 864
Oovernment bonds Irregular. Tho 4s c. of
195 closed 4 V cent, higher bid. nnd the Ss
closed 4 V cent, lower hid. Hallway lionds
strong. The features wore Chesapeake and Ohio
cniisol .rs, Chicago Terminal lsts, t. r.. Central
of (.eorgIa"d Incomes. Iron Mountain 5s, Kin
bus I'ncitic consols, t, r., Kansts snd Texas yds.
Kcw Jersey Central general ft-. Union Iaitle.
Denver and Oulf lts, Atchison nnd Wabash
Issues. The more important net advances w?ro
In Atchison ndj. ts, a V cent., to fixi-i;
tncsapi'ikn ann unio consoi , '4, to
llt. Chkago Terminal lsts, t. r., . to 4.14;
Cintrul of (itiirgiii 'M incomes. 7s, to 13: Iron
Mountain ." 1 '1. tofldU: ICmns and Texas
"il-. . to VI V-; Niw .lerey t'enlril general Tis,
to li:i, Wxb nh l-t. 4. to lOT's. and lids.
1'. mil., 10 Tin... 'I he iiotewnrtny declines
vii re fu Kunsns 1'k ilio innsols. 1. r . JJa V cent .
touU.iind I nlnii lMclllc, lli-nier and Oulf
let". 1 si tent., to 48.
In bank stocks 10 shares of Ilank ot Com
merio sold at 'JOT-.-.
Commercial nrlco of bar silver In New York,
59Tc. liar sllvor In Lxnd n closed at2T"d.
Mexican liver dollara were ouo'ed at 45ic
ExportB to Europe to morrow OGO.000 ounces.
Money on call. 2 V cent. Timo money Is
en ier and is Quoted: Sxty days, 2a V cent.;
threo nnd four months, 3 V rent., and six
months, 3ft V cent, on ood mix d Stock Ex
change collater'l. Commercial paper easier.
I'rlme Indors-d bills receivable nre quoted at -IS
44 V cent , prime single names at 4w4tj V cent.,
and good nsmes at 42'.t5 V cent.
Sterling exchange was quiet, but tho tone was
firmer particularly for Bhort. Continental ex
change wis quiet and linn, l'osted asking rates
for sterling nre: Hxty days, 4 3. and sight.
SJ4.8U. Aitual rates arc: lyone hills. !1 8v;4a
H.8'J3; slirht driftB. $4.HSi.'Vl.BSa, and cable
transfers, ft 852ir$4 H51j. Francs are quoted ot
5.Sl4'4t." "Oi for long and 5 lDtyitf.IrUi for
short; rrichsmarks. H4.!H,4 for long and 054
laUS for short; guilders. 39 15-1U310 for long
and 40 3-lGst404 for short.
Domestic exchango on Now York: Ilostnn
Par and 6 cents discount. Charleston Ilulng,
9 discount: selling, pnr. Savaunnh lluying,
1-10 off: Belling, par. Now Orleans Hank, par;
10 miner 1 lal, T5 cents discount. Hm rr.uielsio
Sight. 172 cents premium; telegraph, '.'0 cents
premium. St. Ixiuis 'J5 cents discount hid,
ottered at par. Chicago lfi(2S cents premium,
Cincinnati Iletween banks, par, and over coun
ter, 50 cents premium.
Glucose Sugnr Refining common Is quoted
at .142 its., and tho preferred nt HIIOrfMl.
Standard Oil Trust certificates elosod at 33t
cS310. Metropolitan Streit Itnllwny consoli
dated mortgage 5s rinsed at ID'H-jCtllO; Ameri
can Malting at '!'.! 'jit'-ln, "nil tho profcrred
offered at (IS'idJTa: Central I nlon Gas .Is. 1004.
(Billot; Standard Oas. tonimon, nt 140ilt:i,
and the preferred at l.'ij'-j (l&cl; Mutual lias at
3S0'135S; Syracuse das, at 'JOtgSi.
Tho imports of dry goods for tho week ending
to-day woro S1.034.T87, against tM.771,833 last
week and 'J,lTr,31tl forthoiorrcsponding weok
of Inst your. 1 he amount marketed wns 1,0'JM..
HU8, against ? l,5'J,0tU last week and '-.',17.V
013 for thecorresoonnlng week of last ycur,
Tbo Chicago, Iliirllngtou and Qulncy Hnilroad
reports gross earnings for September of s 1,41 1,
24'J, on increase of l,"4l).00:i as lompared with
the same month of Inst j ear, and net s'J,o:t2.5i2,
an Increase of if D(12,9'J8, Kor the threo iiiuntbs
ending Sept. 30 tho gross earnings wero 11,
311,'.)14,nn Increase of S'J.i!7IM4a as compared
with the corruspondlng period of last ycni.and
net JH.T07.753.au Incroase of $1,134, 110. l'lxed
charges wero A'J.bTO.OOO. leaving a surplus of
t,.MU7,763, an Incroase of Sl.OH'.'.TS'J,
The Heading Railroad reports grcst earnings
for September of .'.()-t,,J7t. an Incroase of
182,517 as compared with tho samo month of
Inst yenr, and net 9al.t51. an Iniroase uf SIM,
109. For tho threo months ending Sept. 31) the
gross earnings were i?5,..'9,408, an Intreaso of
IM47,H1Ihs compand with tho corresponding
prrlod of last yoir, nnd net '-',084,782, au in
crease of $3'ji),3uU.
The I'.eiding Coal nnd Iron Company reports
fxoss earnings for September of $2,421,811, an
uircnsoof 4250,400unc(iiiiiiiied with the samo
month of last year, ami net $8111107, a (leiriaso
of $19,015. Kor tbo three months ending Sept.
30 the gross earnings were tU,f2fi.ffi5, an in
crease 01 S-832,827 asconipared lth theiorro
flpondlng period of U't year, and net f 35.r,447.
an incroise of $119,095. The net enrulngsot
Iwth companies for three months were $3, 127,
3U4. Fixed charges were $2,235,000, which
leav os a surplus of $81)2,304.
1 ho Canadian I'nilftc Railroad reports grois
earnings for September of $2,311,529. un in
creasouf $,"il7,819 us compand with the same
month of last voar, and net $1,059,891, nn in
rnaso of ;,i)l,ri,:i. I'nr tho nine, months ending
Sept, 30 the gross earnings wc re $1T, 1911,310, nn
Intreaso of e-2,727,011 as louipurod with the
corresponding period of last car, and net $0,
045,850, an Increase ot $1.2(1 l,le9.
Tho Minneapolis nnd St. Louis Railroad rs-
Sorts gross earnings for September pf $225,
28, an Increase of 917.440 ss compared with tho
samomontbof last year, and uel f 100,558, an
illlllHHHHHtfnHLMLHi
Increase of $213. For tho three months end. I
lng Kept. 30 the gross earnings were t508.220,
an Increase ot f 02,880 an compared with the
corresponding period of last yoar, and net 8242, ,
721, an increase of $11,020.
The changes In the cash ot the Clearing House
banks during tho week ore computed by the Now
York Nous Rurcau as follows: " Hold Imports 1
from Europe will not flguro In tho business of
the banks largely this week, though It is prob
able Hist tho Now York reserves have been In
creased somewhat ns tha result of the roccnt re
ceipts of gold at 8nn Francisco from Australia.
Tho regular shipments of currency to tho cou try
have been about offset by the receipts from neigh
boring points. The Treasury Iranitcis of the week
have lost the banks $1,250,000, and on other
Troasury business there is n gnln of $1,400,000.
The New York Sub-Treasury's dally reports In
illcato for the full woek os follows: Total ro
cclnts $15,200,000. Including 2,300,000 from
otheronlcosof tho Treasury Dipiirttncnt: total
payments $17,500,000, Including $3,200,000 to
othor offices,"
llraiMretl't reports tho number of business
failures during the week as 218, against 205
last weok and 240 In the corresponding week
last year. Iunn' lltrirt computes tho liabili
ties of tho concerns falling for tho llrst throo
weeks of October at $0,570,490, ngnlnst f 12.
243 000 In tho corresponding week of Instvetr.
Receipts of the United States Troasury lo day
wero: Customs, $2,''),9lll: Interns! revenue,
$1120,442; miscellaneous, $15,9.11, Total, $9.11.
3T4. Disbursements, $1,170,000, an exiess
of expenditures over receipts of $217,020. The
receipts In the fiscal venr to date have been
$103,137,402: expenditures, $141,998,772; de
ficit, $38,501,310.
Tho ofllclal computation of cash In the Treas
ury at tho closo of buslnrss to-day, compared
with that ot yesterday, shows:
Oct. 2S. Oct. 29
Oold coin and bullion., . B.lnS,n?B,10t ltn,:i2I,M3
SIIer dollars and bullion. la,4(iii,747 14.oso.sot
United Matet notrt .. .. 30,3:10,302 30.40(1,331
Other notes ten demand
llabllltlc 3.1)04, '07 4,001, 94
Available eaih balat.ee,
Including told reierre 21 1,705,987 $211,781,891
Money In Ionilon 24111214 V cent. Rates of dis
count In open market lor both short and three
months' bills. 2 13 102T4 N cent. Amount or
bullion guno Into tbo Ilank of Kugl mil nn hal
nnco to-day 10.000. I'arls ndvlces quoto 3 V
cents at 103 francs 20 centimes. Exchango on
London 25 francs 17a centimes.
Tho sales of mining stocks at the New York
Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchango to
dav wero us follows:
Ojwa- tllon- lAttB- Clot.
Sain. Name, ino. in. ttf. ina
500 Anaconda. 47 .47 .47 .17
ltOOBruniwlck 00 .10 .00 10
1)400 Comttock 04 .05 .04 .05
29 Con Cal A Va.... 1.60 1.60 1.60 1.60
TOFortuna. ..1 1.124 1 1.26 1 1. 124 1 1.25
2110 Horn Bluer .. 1.56 1.55 1.65 1.56
2(10 Isabella 20 .20 .20 .20
300 Ptwmaclit 10 .10 .10 .10
SOOPotosI 77 .77 .77 .77
300 Savage 46 ,45 .45 .45
100 Union Con 40 .40 .40 .40
Total lalet, 0,78 0 snares.
COaiiIEISCTAZ COMPEXD.
Friday, Oct. 29. Grain Whea Spot was
easier, bales 384,000 bush , Including 04,000
ungradod wheat horo, 120,000 No. 2 rod lato
last night, 120,000 do. to day, and 80,000 hard
Manitoba spring at the outports on prlvato
terms for export. Free o 1 board afloat: No. 1
Northern spring New York, $1.01; do. Duluth,
$1.014; Nn. 2 hard winter, $1.014: No. 2 red.
$1.035j; No. 1 hard Duluth, $1.012. Minne
apolis received to-day 517,910 t ush., 1 gainst
313,020 last year; Duluth 182.109, against
473.018; Chicago 85,597. agal Bt 114,100; Mil
wa kee 33,800, against 87,850; St, Louis
42,000, against 32,427; Toledo 121,000, against
17.400; Detroit 34,192, ngainst 20.0T3 last 5 car.
Futures advanced 5c. but lost this nnd closed
-jc. to "sc. lower. Future salos 5,575.000 bush..
as follows:
..if!
Opening. BicHttt. Letctlt. Cloiing. .Mof.t.
October . . . .. 09 U04
Decemo'r SB4 100' 99ij IU14 100
January IO04 1004 1004 tips, ino
May . . US 904 954 i'5 984
Ilarley Wat dull New feeding, 2iH!C , cott and
fretKbt to llutTalq, malting. 4l(00c , as to quality.
Kyc Wat dull State, ftOujSOLjC .So 2 VVeateril.
5o4i504(- citt anil frelgbl to HutTalit Corn ih,i
saa more auivp salet 41.Q00 buih . Im lu ling 2i0.
OHO No I mixed on private terrnt freo on board
afloat for export herf, 100.000 do at tbo outports.
No '4 mixed, Jle. In elevator, s.ooo bush do nt
HISmC delivered, ruturet adsance! 4c to ac . t,ut
lost It aoil declined 4c tu 4c. ruture talea 141,000
bush . as follow 1
Latt
Opening Hlahett. Lovett. Cloiing Xight.
November 10 3ns4 :10s, :m, ,so4
HeeeinlH.raiVj 314 3f, ai lltj
May .. 354 34 1-'i4 804 351
Oan-Sp.it was dull. Salet 20 COO buth None for
extiort. No. white. 204c ; No 3 dcx. 254(v24c ;
No 2 white clli pel. VTc.: N'o 3 do. sue : No. 2
mixed. V l -.5i.. No. 3 do , 1.000 at i34e . rejii ted
mixed. 2Jc , do white. 24c , N'o. mixed ilellserel.
V5& tract mixed, SSc25c , do white, 19,000 at
2W3lc Futurei were uoinlnally easier utura
talea none.
7.1st
Opening. Bigntat. Lovett. Closing. ,ikA
October . 244 i l
December. . ... ... 244 23
The trading In wheat to-day was quiet aid In tho
main of a local scalping cbaracnr At tbi opining
I Meet a teamed. The sentiment was generally hull
Ish, the receipt at the Nnrthnist were sniall, atij tlio
drought situation In the MPsUilpiil Vallej .hnneluo
liunrovement l.lit rpool wai huher, but th contl
nrutBleablit were dlsapiiuliitlng Before the clone,
howeser. the Improvement was lost and a frtilloiial
ilecllno ensued. Local operators tonk protltt. and tho
lo tern Miller't crop auininao was less bullMi than
expo. ted. Llrertiool advanced 1 4d to l3.d I'arls I
ipiltned tjc The Northwestern receipts wern
h7 1 cars, against h:! last week and t.lld last
year The Jiiiterri Miller saM Wheat seeillntt has
shown a marked Improvement throtibthout Krnsus.
Nebraska, and the Southeast especlall), Southwest
and alii on the Imltina southern Ke itu ley and
touthessteru Tennett-e. In the Mississippi alley tbo
drought It unbroken, and conditions are aa previously
rationed, except that aldltloual tiwinglndrygrour I
and dust has been ttccnnii llshe I Italus In the Went
and Texas have as.ured a pn allv In r ased ac'rengt
there, uklahumaand the Inillau Territory ari the
only divisions In the southwest when sentlng
does not show Improvement ' Cum aitinm d
early wltbsv heat, but reai lid when win at rea u,l.
I Iverpoot a tv anced I 4d Chlca.-o received t.v day
390 cart, anl exjicta 400 tomorrow, oata wero
notnltially flrmer. Chicago received 20 ears, and
expecta '. tomorrow Chi '1:0. Oct 29 "Tho
wheat market today was aellve. tluctiiatlng rapldl)
anl advancing early to 9i.lae for lA-cpinl-er, declin
ing at the close to aos, with May9 1' The feature
nf the markc t was the changing of a large amount of
December to Mav. Liverpool reported 1 i-.d tnis4d
higher. Paris quotations came lower, but the Conti
nental markets reporte.1 strong after the c nee. Tho
decline from the top was UrKelr duo to crop report
bs the Joiirrn IMfrrlbnt the recent rains had lm
proved tho tltuatltn west of tho rlvir Another
car.ro v, as taken at Duluth to come here. New
ork repnrlid 40 loads for esp irt, most of It
sold to no to Krau The tenor of fnrrlirn mis Ices It
itron?, and from the Northwest cverithliik vveget Is
bullish It looks as If thevUllli would .hm about
flOO 001) hush Increase on Mondav Corn a Ivan ed
early 4c from jesterda. but closed with the ad
vanoe more than lot Tho strinicth was intlrMy
ampathetlc with wheat, the market Itself whs not
atrong rteeeli ts were Ilio cars, with 400 estimated
fiirSatunlsy, Clearances fruin the stabosrd were
4".,00nbush t 40 loads wero reported at New York
for export Oatswer 4c higher The cash dimnnd
continues large, partlculnrlj fur export Ihe slut
atlon In oats lutronei r than In corn. Th illlTereno.v
lietw een 1 orn and oats U liable to decrease tllll more
than It has during the last six weeks '
t-lvi 11 Wat fairly aellve an I lit. her owing 10 early
rise In wheal, but suliseipiently lieeaui .1111111. buy r
asking concessions In svmpatliv with the late si ik
ness uf;r In sales I''oObnlt The i drrn Miller
snvs I'Onl) a fair demand for flour I reported from
the southwest. Tho winter wheat mills did a con I
business aliroal and a I ill r domestic tnisitrss than
last week The flour trade on the Pacific enact n is
light, ami the clearances of wheat good. The trad 11
vvat fair In tho Kaat "
Barrett tiet
Ilooelpta I'M III .'il.Tllo
Kxportt . 27 290 U TOO
Wlntrrlnbl.ls Nuprritnr. tl 10t,$T.'1, No 'Julri,
tl :ioa'i so.ttralRhts, S4 HiitSi.-u, p-ici'nn 11 113
', V.I sprlns In Ibis Clears SI lu.tliri,
straights, SI Huattl; patents, fi :f in Mill 1 .1
Ilran was falrlv active Western ouoted, f luOfts,
411 . tT-iam-.:, nn , sTL.c,n.'i..r ") os,
574iH-!'je t inn ns.'SV11'
Cottos spot cotton here declined l.lSe., with salea
nf .100 bale for sptunliiE VI d lllng iiplnu Is lie,
analnit 7 15 10c last year. New urliauannl (Inlf,
n'sc.agalnit H nine last year New Orleans de
clined 1 lllc. New Orleans sol I 5 00o Savannah Hun,
Norfolk S'li. Mobile gull an I M 1 mils 11)11 bales
I Iverpoot waa umhaigrd un the spot, with sales nf
101)110 hilesj futurei there oisined 1 point hleht r,
Init reacted, closing unehanirid 10 "v point hlkher
Ihe llverpool sales for the week were .',1100(1 bal-.
Including 4U.00U vmerlcan. aualn-t ns nun 1 1. wei k
of whli'h .IV HOD were Amerlian, und in "00 Inst
year. Including 5D ono American ttocks .IM
onu. Inclullng UVJ linn Amerhan, a.-ninM '.".K,
000 last week, or ivhich .Mo.niio were Ami rlean, and
iWi 000 last year Including l I ono tmerl -an la
Mantheiter varns were ijuli 1 1 ut tieadv 1 Inths unlet
The port reci Ipl were 5 ,il".' tales n.'slli"! II.' Mil
lost week and 41 'HI last rear total fortlieweek
8H9.II40 bales, arallist nil9, 119 Inst wei k and l.'ll 7 I I
latt siar New Orleans eai Is tn niorrnw .'.' OOP I"
24.IIU0 bales, azalnsl l.'.TilSltst wick and 1 41 ail
last year Houston cape is 9.O0O to 10 (ion luslnst
13 sh:i last week ami 7.511 last jrar Ileti.tallu
terlor rerc hits for tlo week were 211 ell l,sh s,
against J.M mil last week and l'nilll last eai ,
shipments 2.1 Mi. against .'".Tin last week anl
IHM.lia.l last V ear, slur ks ,I5"..IM1 against .IIS' 4
last week and44,lll last ear Tin elorls freilll
the porta today approximated ftl.ouo I ties Sew
Orlrant derllnod 11 points I mures here ilei lined
lo 1 1 points, closing easy with sales of 15.1,51)0 lain
The future trading waa as follows
Cfndua, lllgtiett lovett, Salet
October .. et n 90 5 ilu 00
Neivemb-r 5 hi tl.SJ D 9J f. I 7,200
December 6 S4 5 hft ft 94 t S4 19 7m
January B.rviWi s7 ft ml ft srt 114 vno
rebruary Btf0c3Ul ft 9"i ft "9 sum
Marin .5 91HMHS ul M'l HMinij
April B piscltl OU 11 i ." 911 2,900
May . n llw',4111 03 111 J "iJ l" "U
June nniirjeiin 11 11 on 1 oo
July II lOacH II el II 1" L2IH)
August (1.14 40 111 Kiel Hill 100
It was a day of liquidation In Ihe cotton tntrkrt to
dav, and ou selling by local, huuthern and I Irerpnol
I longs priori declined, the last quotations being Iho
lowest of the day. Front were rcumrtcd this morn
lag from the allubtlppl Valley at far south as Menu-
phHTt.Ta..ln,?,rlorof Texts, but the ImltfTer
enesof Liverpool lo these r p,r had a weakeulns:
'? T J?' If. . E"1 "iee predicts frosts lev
lilxht inTexat.Oklshoinnanl the In.llaa Territory
Mid the northern iKirili lis of eicorgla. Alsl ama,
Mltilsilppi and Louisiana u ,' tamon
here today that Nelll Pros Intend to Issue
. " a c? !VMp.. "' I '."" mil bales, but
this had littlo tf ani en 1 Ur Hsir
of New Orleans makes the quantlti br nneht Into sight
forlhe week 5U7.HJ3 bales aain.l liiMI In tho
aims week latt v ear and IVi,7.iv two veart ao.
Sherman. Tex. tVt 2.1- Weatii. r for past six
weeks has been perfect for marine an 1 1 tuning cot
ton. Manv fields that rumlse 1 1 poor v 1 Id on Sept.
1 will turnout well A light frost mid be bene
ficial, and wl.llo killing frost would Id elnmnje, It
would not alter tho ract that mirth Iotas Is sure of
the biggest crop ever made Think iu -tatewlll
mako 11,01m 0011 bales Mirevepnn La. oe.
25 " Outlook for top 1 rnp v ery muv h I r mv e.l, and
wttti flno vv rather wc havn nnd ev 1 b,,u nisdn
will lie picked The ipi stlon now la how much
abovo 10.000,000 the total Icld will lie Tno lite Tor
frost tn do serious harm ' savannah ' 1 e-cl 2V
"We do not know If present gnodwiatl r is ml ling
materially to crop, exeej t it mall's fam ersto lok
It In gocxl condition Dmioi ihlnk the v 1.1 ,ir aire
will exeeeni last vear, but ns th re Is a lir.e increase
lnaereaKevvp think there will bpatleist in rent
more cotton ms Ic A killing fmst now w ul 1 not do
mm h damage l ropturulnj uiit bitter ttinn exi cclrd
a short t uinago"
Corrxr lllo on Ihe spot was dutli No 7, ns4e
Fslcs 40 lings Marscallni on prlvato t. nn.. The
futuro trading was at follows
.Sites Jllohett, ntiftf. rlttlng
January .. I.s'.o sou im f u tsno
Jehruary 2.10 0 00 1 no f .-, nun
March , ,3,280 n lu i 1 111 10
April.. . . 500 n 15 r. Hi 11 i'kiiib
Stay .... 7 2i0 20 I 10 11 lo u( 18
June . . 1500 n 2' 1 vn cin.nnii
July . . l.iiiie) 0 25 a. 11 11 ,.'()
August 7'.o n ,111 n in Miino
September 4,2ti) (1 .10 it n) ti .' sii 10
November. 4,'JV) 5.10 5 lei ft 1 , MO
December, tu'50 ft 90 0 ft ft "Uls)
luturei hrredeillned 10 to 8i)Dilnl closing steady
wlthsvlesof 10 Mm hairs. Havre decline 1 If llnni
burg declined 3a 1 fg to 14 pfg. ttlo was u'de t, at
unchiiiL.ed prhea r celpts 2t,000 stock 1 1 1 nut),
exchange 7 vd an advance of 1 ld s nt s was
unlet and un han.i I, receipts .17.000. Mm k 1 so,.
000 Cniitlnuo I b-vv . receipts enusidt we r market
here and In Luroi o t dv. Tired hnide rs s Id out
MrTvts Ireui rig iron warrants were ! 11 and
titichantci'il sjiof, October and NovemUr, 11 10 c$7.
Decemtier, sn ti.tuST Ofn Jatiuarv, S7ie.li' 1 bS
ruary, I 01 tt. 15 vinnh an I April. 87 in 1 ; JO
Cotiper DjII and 1111 hanged at lOVill for
sjiot, Oitobcr. Nnveiniie'r aiut De'cenilier l.al
Steady Spot slid Oi totier, 'I Vij t3 9te , Nov intie r
and Deremlsjr, I UUm.I Va. rln erv ul t at
111 70a 1.1.75c for 11 ut. Speller Uliciauged at 4 15t
4 25c.
Naval Stores Dull. Spirits of turpentine, lie
11 Hie , common 1 1 kuo 1 sttalned rostn, tl 10 ,1) 15
I'rTRou t Crude e-crllfliatcs wero unqui ted here
and tu Oil Cltv l.eflned unehatntcd
Pnov tstoNs Lnrele aler Prime 9 I 50 Porkwsak
New mess, tWIIU 50, elo old, B(la.75 Tallow,
34c. llulter cieamer), Vesten,23i.jC. Eggs State,
1HivUc 1 Western. lMilSH.c 'hicaEo, o-t ."1
"Provltlons eve re week aud lold off sharplv n orTe r
lugs from packers anl lungs, Ihe Investurnt le
maud was lletif nn 1 inostof the In jlng wasbv sh ,rts
The large receipts, with the Improve tnent In quality
of same, anl Indl itlons of ncnutlm ed lilieral iimve
tnent. were the priiluiiiluiitlng iniin ncei. The mar
ketclosed heavy a! lMe dedluc Tho cash eletimid
for product was kood but this was without c He. t
Twenty two thousand hogs are estimated for to
morrow." tjioaa Paw nominal, R9' test, 3433 5 10c i OtV
test. HVi'I'.c. Ileflneil qulit.
TfiHAtco Tho tales for the week Included 250
cases 1SIK) New Fmrland Havana at lSJinci 100
cacs 1SUI1 N liutlninl d lenfat !aiic 1 ton
caaes 194 Pennsylvari nseed leaf at Hi.il'-"-jC , In)
cases Pennsvlvama Havana seed nt I2ssi134c 150
ca-es 7lmmers at inliv 50 cat IM92 Dutch at
90 : lit cases VVIsemisin Havana at loc , SOU bales
Havana at 70c ettl .10 In bond, and 151) bales Suma
tra at 8Se ut( In bund
Wool The Wool Exehanne quotes foreign wools aa
followi' Port Philip 1 mulling. I lit i.'e , Port Philip
clothing, VVtSuct Adelalle cuniblng .'Je424r t New
Zealanl clothing 2S2"c. fine crossbred. t'lWPc.:
Cnt,e clothing. 18(le tape combing. 19(20C ;
Muntanm prtinera, 22t,.'4c . me rlno 21tJ1c . Cana
dian combing. 20iqnc I ncllsh and Irish Irish bogs,
27.2Hc., Irish wethers 2ilf27e . Shropshire hogs,
29(cJ0c .Shropshire wethert, J&.2ue.; Sussex tegt,
2Hc.:Sutsex ewes, 2eVe'J7c
CiucAoo, Oct 29 These wero to-day't prteet t
TMtt
VTheat : Opening Highest. Ijntrett. Clottng. .Mo'if.
Dec . 97 PSi-j tins, 9eU4 974
3ta. . 944 94', V'i 03'4 944
Corn:
Dee . 2fl, 27 2w, 2(14 26a
Mav . 304 304 b04 30's 80-j
Oatt:
Dec .. 19 19a, in", 194 18's
Mav. . 21s 2- "I'm 21, 21,
Deo .. 4 174 4 174 4 124 4 124 4 224
Jan 4 324 4 JI 4 274 4 274 4 37 4
Ilibt:
Dec .. 4 41 4 45 4 10 4 40 4 474
Jan 4 474 4 50 4 40 4 40 4 50
lrk-
Dec 7fl74 7 70 7 45 7 474 7 774
Jan.... 8 00 t) tUV, S 45 8 45 S 874
I.lse stock Market.
Nxw Yonx, Frldav, Oct 29 Hecelptl of brevet
were 3.744 head .'cars tube cxporlcel. 1 70c irs dl
rect to lexal si itirfhtcr rs, an I .iiar-.tn Is? so d Fair
tv active, weak for dry cnws.llnp for btlN.ieul
steady for steers. The yarls vvere not fully cleared
Native Hi ers snl I at SI ,S5 V 100 r-. , st ig and oven
at $2 7tijtl 10. hulls at S-' 50.lt 1 .'". dr cows at ti
ell5 Dressed bef steads at 7isi..c )v fir
native std s Cablet from llrltlsh m -rkets quote
American steers at 104' tl 1 4c V K , dressed weight,
American refrlgerati r bef at 7-.4e I- No
expvrts to-dav, to-morniw l,5ejel beeves, 15 sheep,
and 4 043quirtrrsuf Uef.
lie celpts of calves, lu hiding 40 direct, vvere 231
head. Ilea 1v but eiulet for all Tts, tho peuswero
fully cleared teals sold at 517.10 100 Bs
Clt dntsed sealt steadv itlOa.ll'-.c VS.
lte-celit eT sheep siol lands. Including 0 cars ,
direct to butchers, were 4,4.10 heal i!4cars on
tale all told Mow at a general re1in-Mon nf 1 I4i
Tr r- , alHiut S cars were carried over Sheep sol J at
S3S4 50 100 Bs , InmU at SJ. i. DiesseiJ mut 1
ton, 04(J"c V tt i dresses! lambs 7jt9c
itecelitt of hoes were l.lsl heal, 20fl hcaJ. on
tale. Lowcratt I 9084 20 V loo it I
I
Ileal Kttate Private Mra.
W. B Taylor a. Sons have sol 1 for John K Mevera
and F W sulwer. truste s No 2h4 Vlndl.on avci,ue,
northwest corncrof le nle th strict, and th .1 ljo mng
house No "ll Madison avenue, together with the
stable eo norMl s'de of lortle th street, inakliik a lot
of II n feet em via Usol, avenue by UO fe.t un the
tide sir it. for soon thing le-M than SS110 000
YVHUam V VV hlto x s, ns have .oil furJcjnJ and
Henri ttal K'uhlll nf Perls, Frani e, to tl e estate of
William C lUiluelandir No 479 Ilrnadwav eit.nl
lug throi gh tu No ,12 viercer street, old four story
bull lines una 1 let 2tlxlo 1
JnLli Yule has eold two n. vv nat houses on the south
side of 104th street, between 2Iauhattnu avenue and
Centra Park West
Bennetts: to have soil fur David Ilenton. Nn lit)
West 1.11st street, u three st ir dwelling on lot lsx
99 11 Tl c seller Isiunht It In lMm at S.'O urn)
CI irence Davies A Co lave sold fir A F Lausen
a 1 lot .nisi 10 with s tweistorv brn k house un the
eiuit side nf l-tloll avenue o fietuurth f lB'tb
street, to the Pettv, Soulard ,t Walker Itealtv Coin
l.iurun tirlvate terms, n so tur It 1. Ilol liisun Jr,
thntlvt stoo brlckrtst on the west side of Nt Ana's
av. nue, 21 fiet north nf 1 nth stre. t
II Manhelin hits sol 1 for J Clirenee Monrr N'o 113
West 1-1ft) thirl street, a Ave Mori tenement house
un lot Jlxioo, also has sold forMimui I llreoii a house
and elKht lots un I'lcve vnd street, V hit.' P,nlns
Lionel Irindillch has sold fur a Mi" llaruum four
itnrv resllence, Ni 2d rast sevi ntv elglith striet,
lietwern Hfth and vimlls n avi -uies, 11 "cx7rt a, to J.
Jtingmann, all for the latter person, Nus 1.4, ft.'tl,
and 52s vVest 133d slree t, west of smstenlain ave
nue, four ttory sluAle flat houses, 17 0x70x99, to Mr.
llarnuiu.
Heal Eatnte uctlon Salet.
At the Broadway Salesroom vesterdav Prvan L.
Kcnnellv told Nus .'u'll to Del.i seventh avenue,
northeast corner of 121 1 stree I, two seven story an 1
two live story tirlc'k flat houses on avenue and nno
nvc store brick flat hnuse 1111 street pint 100 1 1x12,1,
foreclosure, to the plulutlff, Dav Id O MurrJsnn, fur
J9!,5el 1
JamesL Wellt sold on Third street or White Plains
avenue, ast side, lot U. Ilinp uf vlllarenf Jeiuuie,
foreclosure, to Sarah A Itardv, plaint IT, for 94,909.
Court ePaleudara This llur.
Supremo Court .Special Term Part II Ex parte
matters
Surrogate's Court Chambers No day calendar.
Forprohate, wlllsuf Jacob VVelrel Alice It Thomas,
I'auid Decker, Aline llaNordlinge'r, Maud L Johns,
at 10 .10 A M
City Court Special Term viotlona.
-fiiiatirtiii.
People's Gas Light
and Coke Co.
((if nit sa.o )
64 Wa I St , New York City
Notice It hereby given that .1 divide nl nf 14 put
cr.ST his been declared nn thi capital ttoe'k of this
Company payable to the sto kbuldersou Novemlier
.Mth. 1807 Transfer looks will close on tho 15th
and reopen on the 211th of Novemlier
The hu'dcrtuf Central Trui (o ef Now York cer
tirice-tes. timed for ccrtmeai.t of Ihe lllellty In
turanre, Trust, and safe Depo.lt I u mu exchange
their holding, for People s das 1 lhl anl 1 oke Co.
btoeu on or before Novemlier lit'i
Checks for dividends will le mallet to the stoca
holders of record ot this roini any 1 uly
PEOPLE'S OAS LIGHT A N D COKE CO.
Metropolitan Street
Railway Debentures
DEALT IN lit
E. & C. RANDOLPH,
t srsif ht,
NORTON &TUNSTALL,
: AVAMi st., m;v ioiik,
Mombers of N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Slocks, Doadg, Cotton, and Grain.
larkat Letter ruralsLed tu Hupilcatlua.
ef innnctnU H
People's Gas Light I
and Coke Go. 1
(til- ciiirMitt). ,
tiir trrorit of tiir fttori.K'i a; as l.tiitiT H
A (OKI t O. (OP CHIC A(i(i) hav lng been listed era !'
the New York Stock Exchange, nothe Isliereby given H
that the certificates Issued liy the Central Trust Com- H
pany of Ken York for the rertlllcatea of the 1 Plenty H'
Insurance, Trust and :afc Deposit Company Issued H
upon the surrender of ccrtlflevtes of tin thlcagonas H
Company, aro rvxhahgcablo at the ofllce of ths V
t nTRtL TltlKT I IHIPIXY OP KIT ltlllK, Bt,
.14 ll.I. XT., r. KlltK 111, for stock ot j
the People'! Oat 1 1 jht Coke Company (of Chicago). Wj
All certificates, presented for exchange must btv WP
properly endorsed lu blank and the full addreai ot L
the personi to vrboni the new Mock ll to be trans- tHf
f c rred must bo gh en. mm.
CENTRAL TRUST CO. OP N. Y. V
By E. F. I1YDF. Second Vlce-Preildint. Bc
s B
Stiitlrmlo nml Stntcrcjcat.
goiTiipttx ntn.wAV atr.iT. H
(.onions due Nov lit from H
Batt Tenn. . ll, a tin. It. Co. Coniot. iritsT, S
n per rent. Honda. R
MrululaMldlN.il lly. Co. tieneral Itg. N
S per rent Honda, twl
Itlrliiiiond. lork Illver Chesapeake R. lfc fff-
In. fiirnnrt 'I I a. h. percent. Ilonctl. BSa
Will be paid bv J P. Morgan ft. Co , New York. H
11 C s.Vil IY. Treasurer. Wt
iTlSOI Rir"KsTs A TF.Xt-S It'llJV CO.
4B Wall M, New York. October 2, 17. I
Coupons of tins follow trig named compaolea ma- W
turlric Novemlier 1st. oi7, tvlel bo paid upon pret-
entailnn at thli oltlcc, ii Wall St., on and after thai ft
date w.
Ilallna A Wttra It, It. e., '
Itoonvllle llallrnnd llrldgn Co., "'
Me., Han. JL Trtss It), lo Itt M laes. Klt'n.
C O Ill'li(ll-. Preiet.andTreaturar. ,
VtsllllI.I.C, IlltrilVI VAIT. LOtlll I
tn vv ;, I ,
The PoaM of Plre. tors ,if the N-ishvllle. Chatt 1
nixvi and -t t-outs Itallvwv this day declared a dlvl 1
dendnfiiNl. 1)I'I llUr on Its'.oapltal ttock, pay- ffl
nllen'i nn I a ter the 1st rot. The stock tranafer H
liooks win rlo.i at I J vt on the lild lu.t.. and reopen HC
at lu V. 3i cm tho Jd day of Novemb r. W
.1 It AMIilttftE, Secretary. A
-NAsnviI.LK. T nn.Oit in, I-Ui7. i H,
IIIVVI.II'lll.ha NT. 1.111 IS It. R. CO. HI
Coupons due Nov. tit, 141)7, front Consolidated
Mortgage Honds. and from Minneapolis and Duluth M
Hon Is nf this Cnmpanr, will bo pull on aud after IMw
that date, at the untie of the Central Tnwt Conn any,
No Si Wall Street, New- York . H
r. II. DAVIS, Treasurer, H
riHICAOO "RAH.Tva TfRSHN A iTcfl YATOH t5oT
UO WALL STIthhT. NLW YOltK. Wj
i U Oct.. 1807. Mil
TheCoupontof this Company. due 1 Nov, will bs (ml
paid at the Mercantile National Dank, 1U1 Broadway, Wt
New ork JM
HIANCIS N WHITNEY. Atst. Secretary. Hj
'pnr.llllll croito ot tie lortuna"ToTd Mining and HJ
-a. Mlilliiit company have thia dav declared their mm
regular ciitiseciillve montlilr divide nd. No. II. of 10 H
cents jier share, pavable Oct 'h at the company a H
office. Oil Uroa lw ay. Hooks close Oct. SSth, open Wm
Not 1st 11 I, IIAHDINO, Treasurer. JW
Cltrtious nntl 2N r c linns.
DIFTALO, ll() Ill's r I'll A IMTISIlTllCU H
Ittll.tVVV Kllll'tW. M,
New Vork. Ortolier 13, ltt)7. MU
The annual nuettng of tho stockholders uf this JH
company for the elc tlon of thirteen Directors and HLii
three lntpeclort of l hctlou. anl for the transaction Ur?t
of auch other business as mav (.ertaln to the affairs H""
of tblscompan), vvlll bo hell it the cumi any s of- Urn?
flcca.No .IB Wall street. New Vurk city, at P M on lB
Monday. Noveiiiteer l."i, 1-.V7 ILaaVi
The transfer Inioks will le closed from 3 P M on HIV
Saturday, Octolier 30, until lu V M on Saturday, DBaaH
November 0 next. J. II. HocAl.T, secretary. Hi
5'roiiosni5. H
DVPAIITMENT OF PCI1IU INSTKITTION. ecrev H
tar) 'e omce. 1J1 Livingston st Prouklyn, N , tHf
O tuUT -1 1 e7 scaled proposals vvlllbereceiv.il Urn
at this onlc until Tuesete, Novemlier 11, l-li7, Hffy
ut 4 nc nek 1 M, fur m.iiIIu, fur tho Hat
ilx tuotiths cumtueticlng Januarv 1. lsp-e. the HI
public schools with stationers. Including pajier. Um
pens, pencils, lien holders, luk, Inkstunls, . u- H
vclupes, craons bl enW stock, etc Proposal iaH
blanks wilt lie furnished ly the .ecretarv ot th H
I II, anl, on wble huulj will bl Is lie rcce v, el The Coin- HH
mlttec reserves theilg it to rejc t tuv or all bids not Wm
lu the Interest of the Ho ml JAMCi I! 1101'e. K, Ml
Chairman Cnnimlltee uu 1 n rarles Haft
DH'tUTVlTNTOF PI HI IC IN-srHLl lIUN.'sicrT Hl
tarv si m ., 1,11 I tvingitnust.llr nitl.en. N , MM'
CXtolsr st' 1J ii'dld proimssls will be received laaVI
at tills onlee until Tin. tuv. Noii'lubsr l 151)7. at 4 Hl
P. VI . for furnishing eup lies tu U ics book baskets, B
brooms, t rustics soup, palls, shovel, step lallers, MM
nil 1st hose, i tc , to the public school: for the six MM
liuiuths coniiittn lng Jaiiuarj I. Iifs Proposal jH
blanks will be furuiftuil b the secretary eir fie lH
Poard. on which onl) will bids be received. The MMw
Committee reserves the right to reject any ur all 1 Idt HJ
not In the Interest of the Hoard H .
IIENP.YC McLrAN. fmfj
Chairman Conimlttee nn suppllel mWl
IJItOPOSALS will lie received at the Hurea l of Sup- jHf
piles and Accounts, Navv Department, Waa In? HJ
tuu, D C, until l'J n clock noon. Novem er 9. le7, H
and putitlitv opened Immediate ly thereafter, to rur- Hb
ulsh at the New York Navy Yard a eiunntltyof zlne H
plates, lutirlcatlng oil. tulle t artl let. and tinned mut- 1H
ton Hlauk prop sals vvlll tie furn shed upon appllca- SMm
tlon to the Navj l'a Ofr.iv, New York. EDWIN HB
ST1.W AltT.ia) master Ueuc ral. I ffs N 10 .'J U7 WWk
public llottrcs. H
TOST Ol-nCF NoTILf. HJ
(Should Is-rea 1 1)AII.i ,b all Interested, at changes jHJ(
may e cceir at anv time) taH'
tnreUn mads ror tho weok ending Oct SO, 1KQ7, Ml
will close el'ltnvtl'TI.v. In all cases) at the General MM
Pent Onlee as follows P KCH.S PO-T MII.S closs Kg
one hour earlie r tliHii closing time show u below e !acE-
TnvN-vTi.v.sric m vii s Hfajr
oATt'ltDAY At s in V M rnrH'F.opr per steam- MB
ship Lu 'enla. v la i leeiistnw n elette rsfor trance, IJJJJf
SwIUerlaiid. Ital) spalu PcirtiihUl Turkey, lvpt lH
an 1 llrtllah Imlu must le dire ted "er I.u- B
eaula"!. at 7 V M tor Ut VNe.1 . SW ITZEIl- HE
I.S.NI) 11 I,Y si-US. IHlltlUv.AU TUltlCfcY. HW
ll.M'T nut 11UIT1-.1I INDIA. er steamship I a MB
( hatupa gn. , via Havre letters for other parts MM
ed turopei must lo dire e let er la (.ham- MM
paitlie"! at A V fur NhTIIFKLANDS H
direct, ier steamship eenelim. via Hotter- MM
slam (letter must lie directed ' perVccri am') H
it s v M furc.hMM per steciushlp Fiilda (lot- HJ,
ter-e must be diri'i ti d pi r h Hda j. at 11 A X. Hjf
for NCU'.W VY dire t, -r ste unship Island (letters HE
uiusl In direct d "perli-lau 1 ' j BJ
spuiNTri) viTTnt Ac e.erinan iteamert tailing H
iiuTuisdi)s tike Prime I Matter, eke, ror Oer- HJ
mini rind siciiMlv vudre ssed l'rlnted Matt r, MM
fit fe r other ihtis uf lurnie American and fB
While -tiir st atil rs nil UeilbCselaye, German Bj
si,itners nn Thursilvvs und c unvnl, French and HJ
i.eimilisi am rs un s ituriajri take Printed Vtat- BJ
te i, .to fur all iiuilitrles for which they aro ad- HJ
vertlsc-d tu euro null, MM
After Ihecloslng of th Supplemental Tranaatlantts HJ
Vlails name I iiovi. addlllonal supplementary MM
niAllsare npi ii don thu pli rs of the American, Bl
IniMI-h I re u h .mil G.'r nan steauiciT', and remain 9
nt ii until within Teu Minutes of the hour of tail Bur
In cf st. ami i. WlM
MV11S 1011 SOCTH ANI) CENTRAL AMERICA.
WJST INDUS. 4c jm
SATI HHU It JO A M (supplementary 10 x. M ) JH
fur -I rileiMvs. si Cll)(. 1 FFWAHD aud JIM
WINIiW Vlil) IsI.VNDs, ier steamship CarihlKot I9
nl HI V V istippli mentury 10 im A M) for I OH- PsfJB
n Nl ls VNIi, JOIMu, hWAMI.LA and WS
l Vltfil V el . v.perstc mull n Mlegliuti) (letters
fir i ta ltd a must Ik dlrecled "per Alle- H
ish iiv at In V. M (supplementary l(i..tO H
M fur II Ml I, per xteaniblilp Andis. at H
lu A M (supl lsmentarj 11 A, M ) lurCl-NTHAL M
WU I'.li v eea cpuusiu Hicai iiulbllL'Tll l'ACI. IK
He 1 1 IITs )r steamship Hnunci. via Col m JK
elelt.rs fur llualeuiaU must lie directed 'iverli. IM
nan i vt id 'III A M. fe.r ('-.MI'M'tlr, CHI V- H
lv- rvlivs(e) ami MJIATVN, rer itcanishiu H
Viniiurl le iters for other partHuf Mexico and for H
( uliv must li- directed p r luiiiurl"jiat 11 A. B
VI f.r SANTIVl.O UU U11V. .ur steamship
viexleei ih in rs fur enrziiela and ( nlninhia tiiusi Mr
'" ,lr'1' .'.' "perMexleu"). at 1 ! M forlNAOI'A )
aulllvITI perstiaiiishlp.NsVahiie. at :i p M for MM
INViltA PlIHT Dl- I'AIV, (.ONAIVFH, AI'K MM
( VM.-.sr. VIMIC. JKIthMIEaul Pl.Iir now F, U
p ' mmii.h'ii Schlianlg, ut b 10 P M, fnr sr. MM
I'll Hill'. MHJLEl.ON, per ctcamer from North fMYi
Sydney 0 HVl
Malls fur Newfoundland, liy rait to Halifax, and mV
tin tun bv sti aiuer, i le.se ut this nniceiliilly ut b 30 MV.
I M Mall, fr viiii,.oii by rail to lio.ion and PaPs
then e by ate eiucr, ilo.ii at I ills urll e dally at Vm
H JO P M s(a u f0r Culiaclnsrt at this nnice dally MM
ut t (in A M , for forwarding In stiaiuene sailing (BJ
(Mimliiye and 'lhuriini from I'ort Tampa, H
Ha Lett r mills for Mevl o City, overland. H
unlcsa a tclally ndilr ssed for de patch by H
iUjiiii r, ih.se ut this unleee dally at 1 2 00 Ml JB
paper mulls at 0 nu A VI ( itvgisurud mall closst H
atd.OOP)! prevtuiisdu) H
TltANSPAC II IC MAILS. JH
Malls fnr China .end J ipjn, per aioamihlp Tcra HI
ifrniii Sun Irancl.cii, iiuao In ro dally uu lo Ml
Nov il at II III p. ) Mulls for the Society Ml
I.luiiils.i.r. hip iliv uf Pmed tl from san Iran' Ml
'. !'".." .' ' .". '"'r" ''" " ' '"' ''a at il Jo P 51. VI
Malls for llaw ul ii r steam hln Australia ifroni Ml
f-aii rruu Imo ilo.e hero elielly up lu l)t 1)7 UTS
at 0 Ii p i Mud, fr Chfna' and Japan. Ml
ter s eaili.liip OI)lli.a ifrnin Taceuna). 110.4 9$
here' dull) up 111 Hit 11) uf (1 ;iu j. M-' s,,,,, BeV
for Llilua and Jupau (speelull) addresaeil only). H
Ir allitlilp Kill) re ss e,f J,p,n (frm v ' JH
VUr.i'' V" bl re "?.lty "a lo i'uv "''" P "M
S.', ,iU!' '"'Australia (except thoso for W st H
Aiisiralluj. whh li am furwar id via I uro e New 'H
.jlaiil, lluwiili hji dlll snnon ,,n,is, er R
ft. nuiilti Alameda (fri.ni hju rramlsnn, ei!.so
here elk l up tu Nov 1 at T SUA H II V M B
and i, lo P M (or ou arrival at New Virk of MM
jliaiushlii Caiiipuula vvlll. Ilrlllsli malls for tu
jru Ih Malls for usiralla dacvp! , t a .s H
trallai New, aland, Hawaii and HJI Islan s per
tteaiiisliii, Wnrrimsi ifrs.m Vanmunr) .!.. H
lieree dally ft r Nov ('. and upto Nuv Kalil 10
1 rantp clllc malls are forwarded to port of talllnz U
dal, d these he lul. e.f cl..tng It uVriugi don "J Hj
I reiuiuptlon of Ihe r unlnti rrupted overlkn I Irani M
lllitlslfreel iiiallelnse.utll P JI prevlout dv! H!
p ,m 'KNKI Ills VAX cCtt; Vmtmists hi?
Pott OtTk-e, New York, N. Y., (jet, HW.iauj, R
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