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USKmf 8 . THE SUN, TUESDAY. NOVBMBEfi 23, 1897 L'wF' V'V' '
I AGEDWOMAN SnOWS FIGHT trim 1 cnAin jvit. itn.T.rn rnirn to jikat off Tir.o lwnar.AM. k I" 70 Vrara Old and Lives A1r-AIUr m fltrnitt Ihr nabbcra Overcame Her anil Brat Her lain Insensibility Her rendition la acrloua The Tito llnrglara jKacapr, ELUsAMrrn, N. J., Nov. U'J. A murderous w tault wns comtnlttrd Inst nlitlit liy two yoiino: men upon Mrs. Paulino Miller, an olil woman who lived olono nt 15S Witshlnaton nvoniio. After beating the oM womnn Into insensibility her assailants ransacked her rooms In search of boot). As tucy vero leaving tlio house thoy ware accosted by a nclchl'or, John Carroll. They shot at him with a revolver nml ran down Urler nvenuo and escaped. Mrs. Miller Is n widow and tor years slio has kept n. tnall stors In the otd bouto whero the lived. Sim sold tobacco, cigarettes and souio rrrocerles. Her utoro Is In tho shadow of Ht, Mary's ltoman Catholic Church, and tho children of St, Mary's school wero her rreular customers. Although her home was old and weather beaten, and though she often denied the report, Mrs. Miller wns reputed to have n good deal of money, which, It was nlloced, sho kept some where In her sleeping room. Once or twice several years ago her store was brokon Into, but Mrs. Miller, who Is 72 years old, drove out the Intruders after giving thorn a boating with a billy, and none of her neighbors thought any ono would try again to rob her. Last night at 10:13, while walking through his yard, which Joins Mrs. Miller's, John Car roll of 817 South street saw two men loave the rear door of Mrs. Miller's house. He asked thom who they wore, whereat ono drew a re volver and tired nt Carroll. Tho bullet missed Mm. and Carroll dodged behind tho fenoo whllo tho two men run across n vacant lot Into Orlor avenuo. Carroll, with his wlfo and Charles Mnhon. ran into Mrs. Miller's houso to seo if any harm bad been dono the old woman. When they entcrod, Mnhon says, they found Mr. Sill ier lying on the floor of hei bedroom, hho was covered with blood and a pool of blood bad formed about her head. Sho wns moaning and unconscious. Tho room was in tho groatcm dis order and there were many evidences that n Bcvoro struggle had taken plnco. Tho Injured woman wns carried into tho store and placed on a chair. There sl-.o partly retrained her senses and told thoso about her that two men had beaten her. Sho swooned then and was re moved to tho Ucncr.il Hospital. Thcro wero four long cuts on her head, m.-iilo by sonic blunt instrument, such as n blackjack or a club, and the surgeons at tho hospital wero surprised that tho blows had not killed tho woman. Today sho bad recovered Homouhat und wns per mitted to talk with tho detectives for a few From her disconnected story It wns gathered that sho had retired early, and tome tiiuo in tho night was awakened by tho noise of omo ono entering hor room. Tho intruder btruck a match, and then she raw two men. Tho ono with tho match walked over to n bureau and lighted a lamp. l)y this time the second man had reached her bmlsltle. Grabbing her nbout tho throat, ha demanded to know whero she kept her money. Tho old woman gasped and soul sho had no money. Tightening his clutch on her throat, tho fellow bctmn to choko her. and threatened to kill her unless sho revealed tho secret hiding place. Shu could not speak, hut mnnaged to shako her head. At this re fusal her assailant arose, saying that ho would find the money without her aid, nnd warned hor to remain In bod if she valued her life. Doth tho rufllanu started to ransack tho bureau drawers nnd Mrs. Miller waltsd until they wero busily engaged. Then sho acted. De spite her advanced nge, tho woman is strong nnd bravo, having had a number of successful struggles with drunken men in her store So sho leaped from tlio bed nnd advanced boldly on tho ihlc.es. They heard her nnd rushed at her. Tlio woman grabbed a chnlr. but btforo sho could ruiso it tho thieves had seized her. Sho struggled hard, and it took tho two men several minutes to subduo her. Finally ono pulled n club or blackjack from his pocket and pounded tho woman on tho head with it. She was knocked unconscious, and behoing they had killed her, tho thieves must havo re sumed their cearcli for booty, for when tho room was examined every bureau drawer and other place where nionoy or valuables could havo been concealed hnd been searched. After completing their search, tho men calmly walked out of tho hou.o nnd mndn their escape It Is not yet known whethor they got any booty, but they could not havo secured much, for thcro wns little to be had, Mrs. Miller told the police. Although Mrs. Miller said she recognized her arsallants nnd gavo a description of them to tho police, sho seems to havo been mistaken. On her description John Sheridan was arrested early this looming. He easily proed an alibi and was released. The police bavo a theory that members of n notorious gang of roughs known as tho "Wnihlmrton avenue ., , gang" wero Mrs. Miller's assailants. Chief v IB' Georgo C. Tcnney said this afternoon that ho W R K, felt certain ho had the men located, nnd ex- K"(I Ht' pected tho detectives to bring them in bt oro SV SK"" to-morrow night Two of the Washington a, o- J' v rt.v, nuo gang disappeared from their usual haunts t" K?? tu,B mrntnF- Somo of tho pcoplo who live B& (K) ptar Mrs. Miller tny they saw several trnmps 'S 8 lEl lounging near her house lato last evening, nnd fit 5 sET tnRt tho fellows disappeared suddenlv. They $ ' think theso committed tho assault. To-night r BRr Miy Miller had not recovered sufficiently to " -Ry talk neh. Sho Is still In a dangerous condi- rfc if RS l'!. ut tho surgeons at the hospital havo hopes g.. ' ? ' Ber recovery. M, V ff nVMXESS TItODnZ.ES. if tr ! J Dcrjedulee or VT. G. Illtrboock A Ca. t. M. fr jF Rosenberg- A Co. FnlL j $ r Win. J.'Curtls, assignee of V. O, Hitchcock 5 Q & Co., Importers of black dress goods, crapes. f f Ac, at 453 and 455 Itroomn street, lllcil sc-hed- V' f? F "Ie 3-ceterdn"- The nrm 1"" direct liabilities of fe' I w 91,lll,836icontlnscntllnbllltles,i!ll(),(KK):noiii- a?' i lDal tt880,B' 1.200,70! actual assets, 53n,OU. fe T Before the Arm mndo nn assignment on Oct. 'JU !ri f er transferred outstanding accounts aggre- W ffi- gating $2(18.000 to II. Priestley & Co. of Ilrnd- S. r) X ford, England, aud to thcGoodal! Worsted ip i ik Compuny of Sanford. JIc., for goods of these if. ' , concents which wero sold by tho assignors as M? f 5J agenU. Mr. Curtis, tho assignee, disputes the ;Mi f title of tho two .onccrns nbovo mentioned to . jS theso accounts. Tho following are thocrcdi- & k YJ. f whoso claims oro 10.000 and over: 5 , Fourth National Hank, 1(10,000; llolbrook A: '& 4 Co.. 100.000; 11. Priestly A- C!o., I'J.'MMn: ' S 5 Ninth Nationnl Hunk, $75,000: Imimrters' llffi. ' ' S '"' '1'rndcrs' National Hank, 450,ooo: New ftf- t Sh York Lifo Insurance and Trust Company, s-50.-lSK! , ?S 000: Pacific Hank, $50,000: Notional Hank of ?fe i North America, $50,000; National Hank of 'at f ST Commerce, $50,000; Hank of Anicricn.$,jr,(KK); ! '' i ! National I'ark Hank, v:5,0()0: Fifth Avenuo J1 9. National Hunk, fjs.OOO; National Hroadway f: ; i Bank. $'J5.O00; Chase National Hank, $:5,000; t V Mechanics nnd Traders' Hank, $'J0,000; Orl- , 1 T rnUil Bunk, $S0,OO0:Now York Security and l t js Trust Company, '.'0,000; National Citizens' S' R. Bauk. $'JO,0(KI; National Hank of Now burg, k i : fe f'JO.OOO; (loodnll Worstoil Companv, $1 1JiiO; ., '; Mrs. Kiulh- M. Alkcr, $1!1,070; Uborty Na- fc I I llonnl Hank, $10,000; Fulton County Natlonul ' f Hank, W10.O0O; Worcester Safo Deposit nnd M '; I Trust Company, $10,0(K); Meehnnlcs' National Bank of Trenton, $10,000; Weed & Co., $10,- 6 " 000. jf I ' fe 1. M. nosenberg Si Co., Jobbers In hosiery !j J f and notions at 41 Mbpenanl fctrcet, failed j es- W ' terdny. All tho stock wutrotnocd early in tho i j !f morning, and when creditors arrived thcro they i ' . k. found tlio placo closeo unit only tho fixtures t';-. and u roll-top desk wero left. Tho liabilities uro 'IF t ' about $15,000. IS j ; 1!m kherlir yesterday took clmrga of tlio plaoo at K i buslni'i;of iAiuls.Klelnljaum, uiaiiutacturor m V J" furs, at 1 10 (ireeno street, on eecution for K i t'-V'H I" faor of Arthur F.lllrscliel, and ery 2P T. "tlio stock was fouml in tho place. & : jr nirmisa the kino ustatj:. B. ) , Judito linker Drrldea to Grant a Urern DIs. JR 1 ' Irlliiilliis 01.000,000. W I fc NEwronT. It. I.. Nov. U'J.-Tho famous King B P '' will cuso wns brought up ng.iln to-day in tho W !i Prob.ito Court ou a hearing on tho iipplleutiou ' JS of Qeorgodoidoti Klngnml otliers. iiilniliiislra- f - i, tors of thumtnto of Willlum II. King, for a de. f ticndiJirlbuting $1,000,000 oi ihoestiilc. (J. it , f J "Ives nml W . I'. Sh Mield, Jr.. represented . h ',"? ndmlnl"trutors, Itolwrt 1,. Sweezey and if Ip Jo'" II, Olovrr being clan present, Mr. C, F. J" J IV OoriiMii wis pri sent to look. after Mis. K. A. , I.. Webster Ituss slile of tho o.ike. 'Ihu ailuiinis- r, 14 t rotors showed that the properly it was pro- t '" posed to itivi'Joroiild te divided now without ? k Injury lo any of those interested. Judge Haker S J toidMr.Cioimnn that he would urilir the de- 1 cioe.iiud Mr.tloruuiniMU'iiotlcethi.t he would 5 I lake-ail appeal, but It , not likely tint tlm -in " f ', lir. in Court will ntngnlrn It, isnt iln Scptem- ii 1 bcr term Mis. Itnxt wns deilartd liimuieiupl fe, 1 j for falling loiomiily with an order of the iourt. fe M h llrVMll anil lun InvurMueo 'uuiiNiilr, f j, Toi-BKA. Kau., Nov. U'J.-Superlntrndrnt of R a lnsuranco .McNull won a vkloiy to-dnj in tho I I P Federal Court ivlu-u Judge Foster refused to E i W enjoin him from inukliiguu oniiiiuitlon of thu g 'JJ 'Irmellers' Insui.ince Company of Hartford. I ft Conn, Judge Fiihtur holds tint the Ins, iranco , J 3 PuiM-rlntriiiiint lias nuttiorlty to mHkocxamlim- 5 ?, tlona when ho Imb r.uisu to suspect tli.,1 .n In- .E j (uianiucoiiiimii) has i.iaUnutuUe slioHlng In Bi ( F lis annual slaleinenl, E I The Now York Life Insurance Compinv to dnv '3K- , K nlsinlssiUtwj suits against Mi N'ull in Hie I'. cl- f f rrnl Court whlilirrw out of Mi N'ull' revoi i- fc ' f tiou of tluil company's llceiin' liccaiiHo u ri- M ; ' lused tu settle I lie famous llilliiiou claim still in g J4 thntourtsof Kunsas. Onosult as toriO,0(H) 'Ht dsmugos against Mi'.N'nll and his Uimlsmen and Pfi IBS the oilier was an injunction prpceeulng to re- W- JIu itraliiMcNaJlfronj Interfering with tlio agents. V ,M,3 of the Htw yirk Life Couipauy, ' BGeSr S&VT4- ; '-,-,;,. ..r.r-,, All the overcoats made by E. O. Thompson HALF . PRICE . Jl "I never had a raJuM better overcoat JmFlwmm thin the one I AffiaHB boui;lit of E. O. fWjMKW Thompson several W)f$fy That's the repu- Mmm I tation the E. O. T. PM'i Dvercoats have. pfvYla We are selling UJ Uj them for half price. U aj Because our own M ra new overcoats are S $ better, more styl- um.r nde good, ish, more up to Srillf profit. ' date. The new overcoats at io and upwards. The E. O. T. overcoats at half. WehiveaUrcevstletyof Ovticotttj. They sre better thn ny oiher Oveicost In New otk at this price. You con try them. Exsmlns them jt your home We'll Clatly Uke ibe" bick If you find ny fault. If you can get anything as good, at the price, anywhere else bring ours back. Money always refunded for the asking. Jsjoo C. o T. Overcoats now Sit.so sj oo E. O. T. Ovtrcoitj now ii.u ooo b. O. T. Overcoats now tooo ij oo E. O. T, Overcoats now 7,o 10.00 E. O. T, Overcoats now 5.00 E. O. Thompson's Sons To-order Clothing . D j Ready-made Clothlne 245 "rOadWaV Clerical Clothlnt above Park PIscs. J W.&J.SLOANE "THE AVON," A reproduction of an Old Englishfabric, the English Aster being used as a motif, and rendered in natural colorings on va rious colored grounds. LACES. Renaissance, Point Arabe, Marie Antoinette and Point de Venise. BROADWAY & 19th St. SHOPPING FOR JEWELRY, Como to our store and look around any timo that suits you. You may como a dozen times or twenty times, if you liko, without incurring any obliga tion to purchase, and without being mndo to feol that you havo 'incurred such an obligation. We don't want anybody to buy jewelry fr;om us until they are entirely ready to do so. We want you to take plenty of time to de cide what you want. It Is bettor to wastoa little time in deciding than to waste a good deal of timo in regret. Tho oftener you como to seo us the moro likely you will be to make your purchase from us in tho long run. Write for our booklet " Once a Cus tomer, Always a Customer." It tells why we are successful. LAMBERT BROTHERS, Third Arc, Cor. PHth St. DON'T CHEAT-YOURSELF. It pays to secure the best. Why not use the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, which is imported from Carlsbad, and can be obtained of any reliable druggist? For all diseases of the stomach, liver and kidneys, the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is without equal. It is especially beneficial for chronic constipation, gouty and rheumatic affections. Be sure to ob tain the genuine article, which has the ( signature of "Eisner & Mendelson Co, New York," on every bottle. Rapid Gommunicafion is the essence of business. Use the Telephone. j Flint's Fine Furniture. Up-to-dato Designs, nt Factory Prices, because you "lluyof the Maker." .uiilrrdnm Aveuur'i your rrncba. Thn Railroad Conuuitteo of the Aldermen avo a public hearing yesterdny toThorunu A. Fulton nnd other lictltloncrs, residents and property owners in Amsterdam uvenue, upon the four Biirrnei- nillunv trucks on ttmt tuorouL'hfurn. Mr. hnltun w as chief spokesman, am! presented wlut ho (unsidervi) tho ilfttigci. to lifo nnd prop erty nnd thu water supply urlslnu from tho maintenance of tho four trucks, it wns finally agreed tli.it a public licnrlnsr ho held in the council chnmher of the Hoard of Aldermen on Dec. 1 utal', il. Court Calradara Tills Day. Appellate IU Ulon Supreme Court -rtcrsai. Supreme Court Appellate. Tirra Appeals from Dl.tck't Courts Not. V, IT, H, IIP, sil, 2b, IIH, 3D. Minrriiii) c.iurt-speclal Term. Part I llot.on cal- rniiarrallrilutliiiiliiA M. Pari II.-Kx-partti matters. I I'aitlll Case uuiiiilalirtt. Moiluus. Demurrer. No. i rm.l I'rcfi red caue. No avsil, aHBK. Part IV. 1',1-p uniinuiiFil, l.vv and fact. Nos. 0K7I), aos7, , H'M, riiu,:iimi. iir.ii, i.n:. frjii.ams, 3:131,11177, 4IISII. 4I)K, IlllhS, flVll7. Mil. av4!l, flVftS, S3M2. I BIA (MlJ, H4. 60.10, 01311, 6135, 467ft, D477. I J art I inn unrlnnlid. t'nni-a from Part IV, ,.rt .V. c"" uiiriiilliti. Coaii from Part IV. aft Wl.-cirar. KIeati it. t, can . irlallerin. T'.i !' r,'l,'r- 1'rifetred iaue Niu. i:i;m, l4ii,i, l.l.iiu, I4IIU, 1:10.111, 1.1J10, 11.1144, 1IKIS, I llinn, .in,7 I'arllH Cateuiitliililifd N(i. 7.1(17, fi.4i, .11. 11; .ihiu, nuu, u."'.', invri. 71:111! Illlia, TUB. UVill. &IU4, HI4II 07(11', 71(14 y.1?." I,!"14.- 7"'"' '-7J. Imiueat-M,.' 7ii.il I I'ait IV- Mr iiuitolilird fa.e from l'art III. 1 nit Ailjiiiiriu-il for tin term. I'ait VI. ,' imnni-'fU Car froni Port III, Part VII ( im 111.m1ta.l1 d Num. :,:Uli. 1I41IH. 4.11 II, 7l(i:l , 4.114. R17... c,s(l, 8.1,15, 7111 . .(,111,1, 77S7 7J.(. 1 i'i. 1,-'",rt' i,U- "" l'r VItt -t'a.o unllu' , tilled, tu.i. rridi Part VII. Part IX -Adj. mined !l'r .,hr.l'C'" '''" X.-AilJouml for In., term. J "ft JJ.-c" iiiillni.lnU Caies from 1'jrt II. Part MI-Iiiik iiniin.1,11,11. Cues from Part II 1 MlrrwjU' dun Clunitiers tlutlnu .aieudar (ailed at 111 u,i A Jl. Kur lirobam Wilis of Kraiiela J.joiis, Horle Merule, Jobn W Peter, (lenrurto p. I lJellamert). Ilamiali Krautli, Ann Uoolon. PraDt Til 1 luu, at lu:au a. SI, June Jl. benjamin. John K. hull!- van. at f Jl, Trial Term.-Mo. luiJ-WIU of Abraliam Ayrsaat IOi.io A, li. I Cltjr Court.--bpec!aiTerm-Motla. 1 ii.ii,U,. ..,. , st, ,',f , ui;imalUidmf .l'Ms'''ll"'l'l''',l'Ma'C"M''g3py'lli,"'' yMKAKClAh AltnCOKMKHOXAU Sam Tarat ilaeH atieaia--4tal4i ar. . ONITKD TATW ANU TAT HOKOi (Rt l.OOOg) B4.UBS.C,10T. 114H4, iioaiNO rtiicta or united tatcs bonds. BUU latest. Bit t. CnBt4a,r, . .nn 11.5 127'. 1E8S ,8M l0 Ca St 4a, e. 1MB IBT' 12B nAIUlOAD AMD OTTIKR BOND. IIH 81.0001. Efi Ateh adj 4a.... 53Ts 1 M'ehCsnt 7s.H34 0 6-1 33NorPaeTlst..X04V 80 .'.'.""!.' 634 87 NP prior s.. oia 1B7 Atcb.nl 4a... 86'4 27 0l4 10 80. 13 01 1 804 84 01a 4 Am Too scrip... 76 12 K PaoanlSi.... 6H X Ann Arbor 4s.. Bl't 10 f58a 2 BIH 16 08(1 3 81'a 10 68s 1 AmCotOllOs.,108 20 68N CD0 8. 188B. 37 60 Cotf 73 60 08'. lBoffiPhirnloslOl 1 NorfWen6s 704 0 Drool RT Ci... 00 2 70"a 3 nrook.UnOBi.110'4 2 N T JtSnapil., 804 7 CbsaiO en oa.llO's 8 N J CenmlBs.rlOO'i lOChsAO.rtJtA ONJCen nl SHIS' lit en 4 103, 2NTCenex4s.,103 6 103 lNT.O8tl.sl04S 6C:0.CVls 08 1 NY..tnns, 4 Chi tO. lit A debctfs 140 Sdcnts 01a 10NVdtSt,SSyr.l00 DC, DatQrnT BilOTH 6 N Y.Oft Wen Ba OON )3C,BJtq4s,Nsx 0494 10 0rHN s,,,, 03s 13 06 16 03 IOC, BA-Q 7a.. ...118 1 Ore 8 L da ISOH 16 C,C,CAStL4s, lOSLcnSs 03 St I. d, r 02 4 03'. 1 C, C,C ft StL 4s, 4. 03Vi C.WftMdlT.. SO 3Penna4ijs II4V1 lOCanSoM 110Ts 8 1144 6 CenOacoBs... 80, 1 ritti Weit tst 70, 10 COsltr lstlno 38i 7P.Sl,IIlit..l06'a lCaallrSdlno. 13 Crtoeklilfli, r.-.tSS, 31 Detroit OaaBs.. 01 13 Rock Iit'X Bi1074 10 00'. 51 Hock 111 deb Si. 104, 10 00'. 1 nti Dnr lit. .124 0 01' 2 n&Dnr, equlplOl 1 HI. I.ftPS lit. 100 10 Head mil 4s. .. 84V4 30 Frle prior bds.. P0"4 0 rttoo W tit.... Bl'a 4ETenn 1st 100, 1 StPMlnnen.l3fi 4Kdl.onEIlil..l 1 ls lOSoPacofCalcn 02 2 Ft Worth tat... 00 0 SoPof N U 1H107, 3FtWrt01s.. 67ij 6 107"4 1 Harlem lit, r..l07"a SStPMaSd 120 CIronSH,Arkbrl07, 6 StL SF4i.... 72, 15 Iron Sit 8a 85Ta 6 724 12 80 16 73 1 IUCn4. 105J102' 2 StI.ft8Fies.1104 2 lorraCentlst.. 00, 3 St Lft SFt Bs.,1 OS's 2 09, 0 102 5KanPcon.tr.. 80 8 1021 13 KanftTex 4s.. 80T 10 St Plst.nD7sl324 1 RG"s IStPtet. CftP. 14 87 Wdlr llOS 16 KanftTdi.. 014 4 St P 1st, S M d.l 10 6 01. 1 StP4Dnld..l05 22 01s 6 Btaa It ft T lac. 12 2 K'n-whaAJMs 7a 2SAftAPlltti 50 6KC, PftOliti. SO1 0 00 6 80, 1 SoR'waySa..., Ol's 7 804 1 02 10 80, 1 01 1 81 HTftPlitBi 06, 6 81, 1 004 6 81,23 07 7LATPFlst.llO ITexPacSdIn.. 27s 10 110S 6 27Ta 3 IIP, 6 28 1 LWIJcnaa..l00, 2 TerrenautelstlOO, 2 LakeSh llt,c..lH 1 T It R A of St L 5LebValofNV Ba 107, 1 103 3 107". 137 MetSItj- Ss.,112 2 107, 2M4tStLtst.Iexl27 8TexSOcnBs 07s 4MorftEscn..144 OUP.DftOlst, IMo. K ft T of tr. 48 TexasB 81, 24WabIat 106, 3 81, 16 106 1 81, 14 106 1 HobftOcnl.... 73 2WestPae. 1024 1 727a 2WestSh4a llla 1 724 1 WeatSh4s,r...llls 3HoPaccn 89, 10 Will ft S F BS..1 10 6 00 6 110, Total sales of railroad bonds (par value), t,58P,000. RAILROAD AND OTHER BBARXJL Optn nioK' Lou t Clottng , Solas. inj. ett. I. BUI. Ailred 187B0AmSR..131, 132, 130"s 131, 131s 78Am8rtpllO4 111, 110 110, 1104 lfiBSAmSK. 8'4 8Ta 8, 8, 84 lOOAmSMp 20, 20, 20, 20 21 14BAmCabl 01, 01, 01, DO D2 1704,AmTob. 81, 81, 80, 80' 81 JOOAmCOU 21, 22 21a 214 22, 3B7AmCOp 74, 74, 74, 74 74, 84S Atch.T BTe.... 12, 12, 12, 12s 12s 2375 Atrb.TC SF.p.. 27 27 2Q"s 204 27 I00B.RftPp 68 68 68 1000BrunsM..12 .12 .12 300 Bait O 12' 124 124 12"s 13 OROOBayStO 6 0 6a 6, 5"s 24H0Br'kRT 32 33, 32 32, 32's 00BUn O.110, 120, 110, 110 120 lOOCanSo.. 62, 62, 62, 62, 63, 4240CbOiW 12's 13 12"a 12, 124 lOOCbO W Pf. A.. 30 30 30 30 100 Chat W pf.B... 23, 23, 28, 22s 24, SBOCheeftO 21, 21e 21, 214 214 100C.C.C ft BtL.... 33 33 33 32 33 100 C, C, O ft StLp.. 80 80 80 78 81 1000CNW121 121 120,120,121 lBOOSC.BftQ. 03, 03, 02, 02's 03 1210C.lJStP 01 02 Dls 01 02 IBB CM ft St rpt...,140 140 140 130's 140, BOOBC.RIftP 804 87 80S 804 86, 000 Col Fuel. 20 20 20 20 20'4 SOOC.HVftT, 44 6 44 44 6 23C.LftWp 40 40 40 41 46 67i;0ConOM.101 104 100 100,101 SBOC.IftL. 8, 84 8, 84 0, lOC.IftLp 20 26 20 28 30 1183 Dllud,1004 1004 108, 100 100, 800D.LW166 166 166 154 166 lOODftROp 43s 43, 43s 434 44, SISBErletstp 36, 36, 36, 36, 364 lOEdEIof Brook.,107 107 107 107 110 40oa,nKleo 32, 32, 32 32 33 ISOIIICent.lOO'slOO's lOO'a 100, 101 850 111 Steal. 43 43 41 43 44 lOOIaCenp 31 31 31 31, 32 SBOKCPftO 23, 23, 23, 23, 24 100 LEA Wp 08, 08, 08, 08 08, aoOLaclOas 41 41 404 40 40, ILaclOp. 06 05 06 00 06 2125 Lou AN 544 64 6414 644 540, eosSIIanCon 08, 00's 08, 08, 00 10235 IletStRyl 10 116 110 114,114, 10uUlcbCenl02a4 1024 1024 102, 104 aaUMoPa-.. 28, 28's 28, 28s 2fa"s I070U,KftTp 33, 33, 33 33 33, 1 00 Hob ft O 24 24 24 24 20 7028 N J Cent 864 864 83, 84 84, 1870NYCentlO64 106a 106, 10fis 1064 SHUNalL'aJ 334 3394 32'a 33 33, X7B Nat Ldpl0494 1044 1044 104 106 100 Nor Am. 4 4 4 4 4, 1B0NV.SAW 17, 17, 17, 17 18 HON Y, 8 ft Wpf... 334 33T, 334 334 34, IBNftWp 42, 42, 42, 8080 Morl'ae. 18, 10, 18, 10 10, S2MUNPaop. 62, 634 62, 631, 634 HBUOnlftW 16 16 16 16 15, 150 Ore Imp id I p. 15 16 16 11, 16 lOOOrltftN 34 34 34 34 36 KBOOrsML.. 18, lb4 IB, 18 10 losnpa..lall 30J4 304 30, 30, 31 lUPulPatC170'a 170's 170, 100, 171 DS3P.C, Cft MI..., 33 33, 33 33, 34 IBOOPennRHUO 110 110 110 110, H055 People's OftC. 024 03, 024 03, 03, 2740 Heading 204 21 20, CO, 21 550 Head lp 40 40 40 46 46'a 1'OOlt.adip 264 264 26, 26, 20 LKOhtPftO. 77 77 70, 70, 77 SSUSol'ac,, 10, 20 104 104 20, CO bo II wy. 0 0 0 OBBSoMyp. 20, 2D, 2D, 20, 20, HSblJAOl Utp... 46 46 46 46 47 lf. ? im d 11m i'irtrmiitia..lirlftrrt)r--iin '!'" ' ' aaatrWMIMatJMSMUMpjpjjMJsjajBljH Qpnt- ITteV tnf f 0t Ipui. af. eat. Bid. AtHd. C88StLftSP 0, 0, 0, 0, 7 40 St I. ft s rtstp, 634 63 68 64 64 RIO St I, ft s Fdp. B04 21 C04 01 81, lOStanRftT 44 44 4, 4, 4"a S330TCAI., 244 244 a 24, 24, 700Trxrae. 10s 10, 10, 10's 11 177TUnrac. i0, 10, 10, 10, 10s SOU 8 Ex.. 42 40 42 38 42 SOOUSRub. 16, 16, 16, 16, 10, MUSRubp 02, 03, 02, 03 04, 77U8Lp 03, 03, 03 02" 08 lllOWabaeh. 7 7 7 7 7, 140Wabp 17 X74 10, 10, 10'a CtoWrfTI 80 80, 80, 80, 80, 8(SWCh8tl03 103,103 102 103, OOWUnB. 74 74 7, 7, 8 Total sain, 170.636 "bares, OBTON CLOtma QUOTATIOttl. 114. Atti. BtU AtM. BosftAlb.,210 220 Oenniaep- 81 86 Boa ft Me... 107 iqq poaft Mon..l40 141 ChlcJeom.108 100, Catft Hecla40B 406 ChloJpf.,,108 100, Oscaola..... 37 Fltchlurtp 04 04, Qulncyal.,.1 14 116 NewHnip. 4 Tain Mia. ..131 134 MexCen4i 03 Tam.Jr.... 14, 16 OldColony.183 184 Dults B6s 26, WE 11 com. 04, 06 DUO 1st... 86 86, Donila'aC 214 22 DUO 2d... 00, 08 Am Dell Tel 806 Menrsnthall80 141 WeatKlso., 22 rniLADit.rniA clobinq quotatioxs. Bid. Ann. BIS. Athet. LehthVai. 20 20, 17 o Imp Co 87, 87, PeaaRR... 64Ts 66, WOfcCa.. 42 43 PhllaTraa. 724 73 El 8 B com. 24, 26 Union Traj m 12 KISBpf... 28 30 EftPTo.. 72V 72, I'll.LftPo 10Ta 17 UetTrac...ll4 115 PII.LftPp 30, 30, CTotNJs 364 304 Salt Tract. 20, 20, CTofNJBs 07 07, Marsdsa.... 164 10, CntCAOO CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Bit. Alltd. Rid. AIM. Bo Bids "L" 04, 04, Lt"L,ctra 14's 16, AmStrlvl.. 20, 31 UIIBrawpf "31 Canal ft D.. 68 00 NXrBlacult 03, 04 Chic Draw.. os4 74 NCbSt Ry.231 235 Cltylfwaj.236 238 StStableO. 23, 24 Dtam'dU.. 1424 143 VCtaStRyl02, 1Q3 LakeSf'L" 17S4 18, UttWB... 44 LATIST LONDON QITOTATIONS. Atchlion. up 12, Norfolk Wpf, n.. 44 Canadian PaclBo... 82"s Northern racIHapt. 53 Cbeaapeake ft Ohio. 21 Ontario ft West,.... 16", Erlecon.aap 14Ta PenasjlTamx 60, Erie lit pf 30, Readlnc, latap,... 10, Illlnola Central 103, StPaul 044 Kansas ft Texas,... 134 South Ralliraj 0, Lake Shore 173 South Railway pf.. 30, LouistUIo ft Naah.. 60 Dnioa Pacific 20 Nsw York Central. 1084 VVabaanpf. 17a, Monday, Nov. 22. A narrow and largely professional market re sulted In lower prices to-day for nearly tho on tire list. The net aeollnea recordod, which as a rule did not oxceed fractions, wero not brought about by unfavorablo developments, but simply reflected the Indifference of actual buyers and the aggressiveness of room traders. On tho other hand, tho few net advances of a point or more deserve attention. A net advanco of l"s V cent, in Northern Pacific preferred, on trans actions that were tho largest recorded, was accompanied by reports that the company will soon be ablo to pay a dividend upon Its pre ferred stock. The common stock was also con spicuously stronir, at a not advance of a point, Tho traffic returns of tho company for the second weolc In November and for tho year from July 1 to date, showing Increases of $181. 187 nnd of $1,3-13,080 respectively, lend color to current reports that tho management may see its way clear to declare a dividend upon tho preferred stock by the end of the present fiscal year. Another featnro of tho trading was a sharp advance In Metropolitan Street Railway stock. In which tho total transactions were nearly 10,000 shares. At a reaction of 1 V cont, from tho highest price recorded, that stock closed nearly S points higher than n Saturday. This I movement was attributed not only to tho im provement In earnings already noted in this column, but to expectations that the change In the administration of municipal affairs after Jan. 1 will be followed by a liberal treatment of rapid transit enterprises. For the same reason Man hattan Railway was unusually active at a net aavnnce of 1 V cent. Of the Granger stocks Rock Island was exceptionally strong on the progress that is being made toward funding the company's bonded debt at a lower rate of Interest than is being paid at present. Other stocks that proved superior to the prevailing tendency wero Missouri Pacific, People's Gas, and a few of tho usually inactive shares. Final sales compare with thoso of Saturday as follows: Sov. SO. .Yoi'.SS. Xbv 0. n"or.t3. A.TtSFe. 12, 12, N'Wcom... 1204 120, A.TftSFap 274 27 .SPaocora. IB 10 AmSRef..l32 131, K Pas pf... 52, 63s AmTob.... ai's 81 NYCent...l06'4 105, AmSpM... 84 8, SJCeat... 88 84, AmSpVlp. 20, 20, OntfcW... 154 16 BrookRT.. 32 32, PeoO&O.. 03, 03.4 C.BftQ.... 03, 02, Pc Mall... 304 30, CenOaa....l00" 100, Itocklsland 80, 80'a CheaftO... 214 21, Ueadlnr.... 214 20'a ChOWv.. 12'a 1 21 lead tst pf 40, 40 DelftHud..H0 100, MPcom... 02 01, OenElec... 32, 32 SoR'warp 20s 20, CantTpt. 331. 33, TexaaPac.. H 104 LouftNaih 64, 64, TCI ft R.. 26 244 Latl-deCJa 41 40, i'n Pac... lo, 104 UanhCon.. 08 00 OS Rubber 164 16X4 MaPacltlc. 284 28, USLeathp 034 03 Met St Ry.. 100, 114 WUnTal.. 80S 80"i Nall.-a.:. 34 32, Government bonds firm. The 4s c. of 1007 closed 3a cent, higher bid, the 4s r. of 1007 , and the 4s of 1925 closed V cent, higher bid each. Railway and other bonds strong. The features were Detroit Gas Os, Iron Mountain 5s, Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf lsts. Metro politan Street Railway 5s. Rock Island deben ture 5s, Southern Pacific of California consols, St, Louis and San Francisco 4s, St. Paul, II, and D. 7s, Texas Pacific lsts, Atchison, Kansas and Texas, and Northern Pacific, issues. Tho moro Important net advances were in Chesapeake and Ohio It. and A. 1st con. 4s, a V cent., to 103i: Detroit Gas 5s, ,, to DIM: Iron Mountnln fls, j. to 80: , Knnsna and Texas 4s. 4, to All, and 2ds, 14, to 011: Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Uts. t8. to H1U; Metropolitan Rtrect Railway 5s, 4, to 112; Northern PncIflcTcniilnnl IMh.-Ti, tolOlij. and general 3s, . toSS; Rock Island deben ture 6s, 'a. to 1114; f-'outhrrn Pncillo of Cali fornia consuls, , to 02: Ht. IxuUiindSn Fran claco 4s, 3h, to 73; St. Paul. II. and D, 7s, la, to 132.j, and Texas Pacific lsts. 1 V cent., to 117. Atchison udj, 4s declined "a V cent, to fl:i. In bank stocks 13 shares of Bank of Commerce sold at 208,. Commercial price of bar silver In New York, 88-W, liar Bllver In IOnilon ( losed nt2U 1 .VI Oil. Mexican silver dollars were ouotml at 45c txports to Europe to-ruonow 100,000 ounces. Money on call. 1L.02 V cont. Time money Is quoted: Sixty days, 2-jV cent.: tbrco and four months, 3 V rent., and sit months. ;ia V rent, on good mixed Stock Kfehnnco (ollatoral. Com mercial pap.-r Is quoted: Prime Indorsed bills receivable at 4(if4'a t' cent., prime single names nt 4(34L. cent., and good names nt 4L)Q5 i cent. Sterling exchange wns firm on n moderate In quiry. Continental exchange wns also firm, particularly for relcliBinarlvB. Posted asking rates for sterling are: Sixty ilns.4i,H3L, nnd sight. Vl.BUifl. Actual rat.s nre: bong bills, 4.B2OTJ4.B3; sight drafts. S't.e.'i'cCW.HS! and (vablc transfers, i?4.8tl. Kratna aro quoteil at5.214(jr.20Hforling and n.lt)Hi'l.MH5j for short: relchsinarkB, 04 lMtl'dll 13-10 for long and tiftan.l 7.1 ( for atiort: guilders 40a4O l-IU I for long und 40,tf40fi.lll for ahoit. Domestic oxtlianire on New York: HoMon Par, Charleston Uiiying, 11 tr; clllng, 'b pro- I mliiin. Savannah- lliiylng, 1-10 ulf; selling, 1 I'jr. New Orleans Hunk, p.ir: I'nmmcrrlal. I 1.2ft discount. San Kranclsio .Sight, in cents preiiiiiini; telegraph, 17s cents preiiiluiii. SI, 1 AaOUlB 25 rents illscnunt bid, nUered at pur. Chicago 00 cents premium. Clmlnnatl lly. tween banks, par, and over counter, 60 cents premium. Glucose Sugar Refining common Isnuotcd nt jTJtfyaij. iuT (ho preferred hi (itaiiMKIi... SUudnrd Oil Trust cortillcates closo I nt 331st ,1.14; Ainerlrnii Malting ill 24H2I1. and pre ferred at 74ift7la: Central I'ninn (Iib 59. UHH-i MI01; Standard Oas common at 144r.tM7.nim thonrefirrvilnl 154(ifl5tli Mulu.il tlasorferod I iit.fiilj SvracusoGasat ls't20; New Amster d -'A',(,as " 272(iJ2U, and the preferred at 7tli M tti-j. The all-rail east-bound shipments of dead freight from Chicago Inst wtcl. wero 47,001 !,"! aTint 40,470 lona tho previous week und 03,040 tons tho corresponding week of the pre vious year. ttm weekly statement of averages of tho hanka (n New Torlt city. Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hobokcn, and Staten Island which art not members of the New York Clearing House As sociation, but which clear through members, it as follows: Vm 18. Nor. 0. CAanffta. Loans, die., Inv'ta IBO.Snl.OOO (OO.ODO.BPO nec.tMMOO Circulation,,, I.37S.BO0 l,S?4,non ine, noo rtetdepoalta., 68,UoO,00 e.1,O3S,400 Dec 8x7,000 ten, with O. 11. aata .... 8,081,100 7.804,000 Dec, 107,100 tep. ti'ks and tr. co'a S,t84.O00 8,888,800 Dec. 177,700 Lee. ten. and b'k note.,,. 4.008,800 8,800,000 Dee. 100.(00 Specie 8,04V,4D0 S,l7i-,U00 Ine 14P.K00 Total rea,Te.l7,f0,S00 )lT.t)r.riiTci Dee.iaM.HOO. Ree've req'ed. Ih,Ul,7li5 18,B0,b5O D, H1.H78 R'plnsre'Te, tl,88H,875 ll,B3.nS0 Dee.tllOx.BSB The Chicago ann NortuwcMcrn Hallway Com pany reports gross earnings for October of $3,(12( ,25, an inirenso of $3 0Vi2 us com pared with the snmo month last) car. Tho Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Rati, road reports gross earnings for October of aKUll.HO'J, an Increase of fl 1.250 nnoumnrod with tho same month of last yonr, nnd not Ijloa.lis, an increase of f3,320. For the four months ending Oct. 31 the gross enrnlngs wero M,203,830, an Increaso of (112(1,01 :i na com pared with thn corresponding period of Inst year, and net M13,:i43, an Increaso of $120,0211. The annual report of tho Weal Knd Street Rallwnr Company of Boston for year ended Sept. 30 shows: 1807. lflSA. CAnnoea. Oroiiearn'fi.N7IO.n31 1 8,841,038 Ine 1377.(173 Op.xpentes, (1.S13.700 0,381,010 Dec. litii.tun Net earn'gs.,A0&.3!3 J.007,n30 Inc..IU7,..3 Charges 8S0.373 704,000 Ine . HS,7S Dalanco (1,034,047 81, Six. 7011 Inc.lllS.liOH Dividends 1,103,370 l,147,v.0 Inc.. 4M80 Bnrplua (431.573 (04,780 Inc.. $1100,783 Wrtttenotl,,, aov,780 A4.807 Ine. 814.UI3 Balance (81,791! (0,099 Inc. (M.H70 Tho general balance sheet ns of Sept. 30, 1807, shows cash on hand $'.175,472. nnd a profit and loss (surplus) of $71,714. The total transactions in various shares on tho Stock Exrhango last week were 070,700. a decrcaso of 137,480 shnres as compared with tl.o corresponding week of last year. The trans actions In Stato nndrailroid bonda aggregated $7,334,300, n decrease of $1,081,700. The receipts of tho Government to-day were: Customs, $3011.721; Internal revenue, $878,100, nnd mlv-cllniicous, $78.4118, a total of $1,321, 328. The disbursements wero $1,2711,000; ex cess of recolpts over disbursements. $42,328. The receipts of tho Treasury for tho fiscal year todntnlinvn been $123,275,777, nnd expendi tures $1119,145,280; deficit, $44,800,503. The official count of the cash In the Treasury .t the closo of Business to-day, compared with that of Saturday, shows: .Vor. SO. yev. 3. Gold coin and bulllon....(10n,480.71l (1SH.4U.I47 stlvcrdollara and bullion 15,008.608 1R.816,8BB Untied States Doles 80,11H,420 8B,B,180 Other nntrs less demand liabilities 0,873.870 5,486,888 AvallaHe cash halance. Including gold rearve.(S02,297,847 (808,681, SOB Deficit. Money In London 2(32V V cent. Rates of dis count In open market for both short and throo months' bills, 2 13-ltkt27 V cent. Amount of bullion gono Into the Hank of Knglond on hal nnco to-day 00,000. Paris advices quote 3 V cents nt 103 franca 00 cent lines. Exchange on London 25 francs 10 centimes. Tho Union Pacific Reorganization Committee reminds holders of reorganization certificates for shares deposited that the third and last In stallment of 5 V cent, must be mndo to the Mer cantile Trust Company on Nov. 24. The sales of mining stocks at the New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange to day were as follows: ljxn- ItlgK. Low- CZoe. Saltt. .Vatne. Ing. en. est. fng. 800 Belcher 32 .32 ,32 .32 H00 Mexican 34 .34 .34 .24 BOO Siena Nevada.. .02 .02 .02 .02 1000 Pharmacist 00 .00 .00 .00 300 Yellow Jacket.. .43 .43 .43 .43 Total Bales, 2,200 aharea COilltEIlCIAL COMPEXD. Mosdat, Nov. 22. Grain Wheat Spot wns qulot, Tho soles were 352,000 bush., includ ing 32,000 No. 2 hard winter; 80,000 winter wheat; 120,000 do. at tho outports, nnd 04,000 winter whoat for Tunis; 40,000 do. for Trlcsto nnd 10,000 No. 2 hard winter Into Saturday on prlvato terms for export. Froo on board nfloat No. 1 Northern spring New York, 083ic; do. Dulutb, OOc; No. 2 hard win ter, 09c; No. 2 red. 00,c; No. 2 hard Duluth, $1.0214. Minneapolis recelvod to-dny 074.070 bush., against 317,000 last year; Duluth 270.432. against 10C.081; Chlcogo 72, 024. against 40,300; Milwaukee 44,200, against 20,250; St. Louis 85,000, against 20.580; Toledo 10,414, against 180.033; Detroit 1,880, against 11,720 Inst year. Futures here to-day declined Hie, but recovered this and ndvnnccd He. to 14c Future sales 2,015,000 bush., as follows: Self. Opening. IHghut. Lotreel. Cloelng. Xight, NoremMr .. 07 0rt'a December. Oil's 074 00, 074 074 May 084 08", 024 U3a 03-4 Barlej Was dull and tower. New feeding, 284c , coat and freight to DufTaloj malting. 40U4PC.. as to quality. Rye Was easier. State, BOiiMc. ; No. 2 Western, 41!(i3(k, cost and frelcht to Durraln. Corn Bpot waa fairly active and nrm. The la'es were 40ii,(ioo bush.. Including 140,000 No. 'J mixed, f ree on lioard afloat, and 320,000 do. at the nutporta ou private terma for(xport. No. 2 mixed, 321.0. In elevator. Futurea decltntd 4c., but r ovared the loss and closed unchanged to 40. higher. Future lal.-s 235,000 bush., aa follows: Sal. Opening. IHgheit. Lotrett. Clotlng. Sight. November.. .. .. .. 824 32 December.. .3t4 314 8ia4 sir, 3p. Mar 344 344 34b 8414 344 Oats Spot wero quiet. The salea were 310.000 bush.. Including- 40,000 heavy white and 250.0011 track mixed and white lat.i Haturdaj on prlvato terms for export. No. 2 white, 284c: No. 3 do, 274c: No. 2 white clipped, itvc.i No. 3 do, 284c; No. 2 mlied, 2Rc, and 5,000 do. at 264c. afloat! No. H do , 254c; rejected mixed, 244c; do. white. 21I0.: No. a mixed delivered, 204c: track mixed, 2327c; do. white, 15,000 at 27c4:i8c Futures were nomi nally lower. Future salea, none. .Suf. Opening. Hlghetl. Loicrtt, Clotlng. Xlglit. December. .. .. .. 25a4 253, February.. .. .. .. 87 274 This Is the visible supply: A'oe. 20, Teelr'a JVor. 91, 1807. Change: 1HH0. Wheat, bush. 82,708,000 Ino. 735.000 B0.U7I.000 Corn.bush,.. 43,342.000 Dee. UN, 000 18,160.000 Oata, buita... 16.517,000 Inc. 1,220.000 12,211-Mion Ityr, bush 3.305,0U0 Dec. 232,000 2,(157.1100 I Barley, bush. 4,1131,000 Ino. 3U7.000 0,140.000 The New York stock la given below: .Vor. 20. HVea-'a Aec.Vl, 1807. Changtt. 18U0. Wheat, muh. 8,004,712 Inc. 1211,360 8.10.7:13 Corn, bush...lu,2(i5,820 Dec 22U,U0d n.151,068 Oats, bush.,,, 4,802,h55 Inc. 412,572 U.514,183 flyr. bush.... 665,1101 Doo. 30,031 4II8.U2H Barler, bnsh. 305,704 Inc. 212,883 1,(120,015 The speculation In wheat to-day was quiet and In the niulu of a local scalplns character. Early In the day prlcea declined on dlsaDpoIutlng cablia and larKe re celpta, but after the first transactions prices rallied and slowly advanced on better lt cables, ewilally from thu Continent, the small Increa-ie in t.ie vlalhiu supply aud coiering of shorts, the Ja-t pi Ices ahow InK a fractional net Improvement for thu day. Lato cables reported Lherponl 4d, to 4d. lower. Pans advanced 4e. to 4e. 1he Northv, eslern reeetptH were 1. 871 ears, against 1,800 last week and 08(1 last) ear. The visible, supply Increased 735,uii bush, Tho English tlsiblti increased 2.121,000 bush. The world's shipments laat week wen lare. but tlio Increase was duo to thn heavy exports from this country. The total shipments were 'J, 805,702 bush, asalnst 0,205,042 In thn previous week aud u.uuo,. 0011 lust jear. The New Vorx sto. k Ini remod lviv 800 bush, to 3,810,400 Imsli Corn was easier early with wheat, but rallied v, hen win at aiUame.1, Ihu vlilb).. supply decreased iih.ooii bush. LlverxoIv as Irreculur. The world's shipments last week were 11,826,70(1 bush., aralnst :i.:H6,54il In tlm previous week Chicago recalled 305 1 ars nnd expects 760 to-morrow, oata were nominally easier Thn -.Libit tupply Increased l,22U.oou bu.h ChleaKO re eelved 670 cars and exixcts 45(1 to-morrow, Chlciicn, Nov, 22. ' Wheat 0Kucd nit this moriilm; ou larite receipts In tho Northwest, but the ofTctlnKs were light, und the demand sum clent tnearrj the price from 807M lo 0(lVIHiV' at theelose, ? here was some bu)lm; for Neu Voik ac count, but the business was mostly local. 1 he pieiulum on December ranged froni4S.e to 6c Ilia fund's shipment, were nearly u,O(io,O0O hii.li., tu. thuda of which was from America. There was practically nn change In cables, clearances from the seaboard wire Bno.ouo bush The vis ll.lo inert aicd 735, CO 1 Imidi , considerably less thau expected. A year ago thero was a di 1 rease or over a milium, Primary receipts hcio 1.ii15.0(iii buih , twice what til y wero In 1800, Nurtlmest cars, 1,H71, werna sntwlceas intieh a last ear Tlio In rreose ou passsgo waa l,.ti.titu bush . and th Knitllsh visible lnrrea.nl '.'.ckiii. 1)1)11 Push. The v,orld's vis ible to-morrow nl probably ehow an Iner a-10 of about 3,00 .1,000 bush. Then was no ea.h business lone herei New York r ixirtcd 20 load. There Is some wheat arrlilng here from Duluth, but there Is no money In brlnKlnir It leie. Coin The trade In mm was IlKht, the bulk of the business lctu eonOntd to chaulug le einlMTlnto May Itecclpts we 0 3U5 ears, the estli, ate for to innrrnw, 70(1. Thin Is nndoubttdl) a yn 1.1 deul of I qilldalio of Dei-ember to be none tin balance of the month Oats The feature In outs was the sellmK 1 f Diceiuberaiid bu) Ingot Ia b) the paitbs that were doing Just Ihu reverse 011 lht.rsda and Frldav l,st. lticrliiia ure better, st.inulatel ty the n-xroHlnjof the premium between Dtwinber und Jla) This waa lo ha e been ex peeled.' Fi-oni. Tho iradlug to-day was of a hand to mouth character, traders taking chii eunuch oenV( rprtsent reiulrenieuts und prices closed Purely steady lb salts were 8,100 Luis. Barrett Sackt. Il-vclpts 14,540 2t.70l hxpoits l:l,5U2 I II.4U J Winter In bbls.t SuprOne, 83 10i4.l 25. No. 2 1 xtra, (3.:iiiii3.00i stralchts, t4.Siii4.A4 mil pairtus, 44 " (.It6.20. Hprlng In bbls.i Clears, el V1.(l 10: atrjlgula, ei.70ASI.li0i patents, '5hs..' i Mill Feed Pran waa nrm but Inactive. We.iern quoted, 100 tta,40 s, SitaOOe.iBO Ba., 65(A0o. . ou Ba, B74&0SC.I 100 Ba., 7m.?5c. Cotton Spot cotton here was uncharged 1 no ealesi 800 bales -r delivered on contracu. Mlddllqtrup- T1 SP.Hi lt ,) mi ...Miami,) 11. .iidiiilrfiM. Irtslll t in 1. ' I '"."iir ?.,2,.,,l,0,., "Ve.,ut '" Ktw Orleans and onlf, 1-loc., a.-alost 7'. last year, Savannah and Norfolk advanced 1-loc. New Orleans soil e.000. Bava-nnah, U,050 Norfolk, l.n.lDi Aimusta. (24. and Mobile. 300 balea. I.lvarpml waa unchsnged on the anotl tales. 1 B.ouo balem futures mere opened partially 1 point lower, but rallied and advanced "-j lot point. In Hancheater yarns were steady t cloths Sulet. Augusta received to-day 1,382 balesagainst .818 last week and 2,010 lattyeari M Isiuls. 1,901. against 1,187 last week and U62 last tears lions' ton. 18.615, against 15,803 last week mid 8 027 last yean Memphis. 0,003, against 11.(04 last wee.k .?nA.,ln'.'06 '". jean Cincinnati. m.n. against 1,054 last week and 1,742 last year. Augusta shipped todav 2,804, Memphis 3,22m, m, I.mil. 4,(17(1, Cincinnati l.n03. and llnuslon 13.427 baits llnuston exp-rta to-morrow 23,600 to 24,6uii boles, aiinln-t 22,246 last week and 14.7.11 last year. New Orleans expects 85,000 to 38,ooo, against .'i.i.opo U.t week nnd 23,202 last year. The port receipts were 81,317 bales, agatnet 88,377 last week and 71,(140 last ean thus rar ihlawiek 144,602, against 1IO.K77 thiis far last week. The eiporlsfrom the ports appr .xlmatrd 35.000 balea. Noh Orleans adt anceit I .!nl, i.nt lost It. Futures here advanced 4 to 7 points, but reacted slightly and tins' d quiet, with prle 2 to 11 ?olnts higher for the day alter salts of 00,1,00 bales, be future trading waa aa followat .Clotlng. Jllghett. Intreit. Sale. November, .5.055.07 B.ns n.in 2,0(iu Deoember. ..nilStiO.OO C.ni r.nt 0, ino January 0.71 1 ... 6,74 6.00 25,too February. ,.. 6 7.V 70 6,78 B 75 l.i.oo Uarcu. BoowB.81 0.81 r,.ni 2:i.mio April B.8545.80 6.87 5.-11 l.nilO Miy n.uoi4 ... o.ua b.oo 21,000 June B.U.ViB.OO 6.00 B Oil 1,0110 July 5.110.0.00 0.08 0.011 4,0110 Auauat 0.0.1ii.04 0.07 0.03 3,500 KeptMnber..O.0O0.0a 0.07 0.07 inn Cotton was dull but firm tc day. The trading was mainly local, hut Included so ne LlTerpnul buying and also a lew Southern rderi on ttie long st Ie. Some cotninlssti,n houso oroers wero also tie uted today. The l,lerpool news waa better thsn expect ed, -.i.re'A-aa agoist demand there for spot cotion nt firm pr.'res, aud the Southern spot mnrkitsmre linn and higher In some Instances, with a fair demand, The buying In-liny, It Is gen rally liellevrd, waa new buying (or Investment, and though the receipts at the forts were tieai y and an lucr. asetl movement Is exiiecled during the week, they had Hub erftct, though part of the Improvement waa lost 1-ifon the close. The lgual Service predicted threaten. nn and showery weather to-uteht and to-morrow throughout thn cotton belt, v,lth a decided fall In the temp rature, CorrEL Kin on the spot was dull uud easyi No. 7, 04c Salea 000 bags Maracalbo. BOO I ags Mexican on private terma. The future trading waa aa follows: Sales, UigSett. Ijoirett. Clotlng. January 250 6.20 B.20 5.20ir,.2"l February. .,,1,500 B 35 B !I0 & :lll((.5 35 March 0,500 6 40 5.35 0.3046 40 April 750 5 45 B.45 6. 1515 60 May 2,750 6 50 6.50 6.50(45.65 August 1,'jro f..7(l B.ll'. 6.0115 01 Hepenitier,U,7B0 5.70 5.05 8.05(J5,7( t:loler. ...1,500 6.75 B.75 6.7((B.t0 Dtvemb.r... 4,730 6.15 B.IO 6.10(4,5 13 Futures here declined 10 to 20 points, closing steady, with sates of 32,000 t ags llare declined -'if. Ilam tiurg declined I prg. ltlowns weak at 10O rels de il.ue: r.H-elpts, 1 3,000 1 slock, 447,000: exchange, 0 1 31 fld , a decline of 1 Hid bantos waa unlet aud unchanged: receipts, ai.uuiis stock. 1.127.00(1. The total receipts since July I have been 11,030,000 bags. Lower cables and foreign selling caused the decline hereto-day. There waa aomecovt ring on the decline. Tho American warehouse deliveries last week ap proximated 80.0110 lags, ilarrau Iron lbs market for pig-Iron warranta waa dull, bpot, November, aud December closed (l 76(3(7. Salea of 20(1 tons No. :l spot waa made at (0.75. Copper Was dull. -pot. November, and Do renibcr. 10.75itO 874c Lent Waa quiet bntflrm. Spot. November, and DecetuN'r. '1.85(43 00c Tlu as uulet.at 13.70(lH.76c. for spot, November, and December, spelter Waa dull. Snot, November, and December, 3.V5(t4c. Tnn sun k or pig Iron at the n ar rant yarda Is stated at 261,200 tons, against 100,800 tons last year. Naval. STORts-yplrlts of turpentine were firm at 32(324ciroa!nwaaateady at $1.40(3(1.45 for com mon to good strained. I'xruoLKi'H Crudn cerilflcates were quoted at 04o hereiln Oil city, 074(4 (Wc. I'no isiois I.ard waa dull, but firm. Prime, (4.60; city. (43(4 374: reflned Continent. (4.703(4.7&. Pork waa Inactive but steadv Hens, new, (8.76A (0: do. old, (8.25((S.75. Cut meats wero firm. 1'lckted bams, 74-,4c: do. shoulders, B'.iAoa.: do. bellies, H4CA74C Dressed Hogs. B4e. Tallow, 340. bid. llutter Creamery, Western, eitraa, 23c: flrata to thirds, I4tt21c. Cheese itate, full cream, large, colored, fancy. 84c; nnest, 7S4nc: fair to good, 74(74c Eggs Western firsts, 22c; seo onds, lhiallOci State, 20323c Chharo. Nov. 22. Provisions were very dull. Beictiits of hoga were under tho estimates, which caused the market to rule a anade over Saturday's closlmr. The estimates of bogs for tomorrow are 30,0110. There Is nothing any .more encouraging In provisions than there has lveen." scoar Haw was dull but firm; 8ii test. :i B-10.A 8-Vc. 00' test, SV. Iteflned was In fatribmiand. WootTbe Wool Kxehange quotea domestic wools aa follows: Ohio and Pennsylvania S.X, :i2i43:ic; XX and alwve, 31(32c: X, 20c: .No. 1, HlHtUic; No. 2, 2-(430c; fine, unv, ashed, 20521c. unniereluiuta. ble.SI(22c Ohloeomlilng No. l.H, and 4bloo.l,24ia 26c: No. 2. 4 blood. 25(t27c:Ohlodelalne. .I0(:l2c: Michigan X and above, 23((24c: No. 1, 2SU2UC; No. 2, 28(20c: fine, uunashed, 18c: unmen-lmnt-able, 10c Jtlehlgau combing No. 1, a and 4 blood, 27c: No. 2, 4 1 tood, 27c: Michigan delaine, 27(2Rc Kentucky, Indiana, and Missouri Combing, a blood, 23&24c; combing. 4 blood 2:iii24ci combing, braid, 2Vc: clothing, a blood, 2.,a.'3c; clothing, 4 blood, 22C4.23C: clothing, coarse, 21c. Cmcaao, Nov. 22. These were today's prices: Sat. Wheal: Opening. Iltahett. T.oicett. Clotlnj. Xtaht. Deo..., 05 1134 114 on 1154 May ... 004 V0 804 V0a 004 Corru Deo.... 28 20 S5T, 28 2rt May... 204 20 20-4 204 204 flora: Dec... S0S 20V, uos, S0'4 2(,s May... 23 224 Si's 22 22 fxird. Deo.... 4.12 4. IB 4.12 4.13 4.10 Jan.. , 4.25 4.30 4.25 4.25 4.22 Mbr. Dec... 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.20 4.17 Jan.... 4.20 4.22 4.20 4.20 4.20 Pork: Deo.... (7.22 (7.30 (7.22 (7.27 (7.C0 Jan.... 8.20 8.25 8.20 8.22 8.17 Lire Stock Market. New York, Monday, Nor. 22 Receipts of beeves yesterday and today were 4. 016 head: 22 cars to ha exported, 133 cars dlnct to local alaughterors, and 08 cars for the mark t; 06 cam nnsulc. nil told. Slow, weak forstters. st ady for rough butcher stock. The yards were cleared. Natl, a steers sold at (4.5(uft (5.1(1 v 100 ns.-, stags audoxen. S'.'..Vl tl 50: bulls, (2.50&CI: dry eons, (1.01114.(3.40. tin'ssed leef steady at 7H4c V tn for poor to prime natlvo aided. Caldes from tlrltlsh markets quote Anurlean steers at lliillV. , dresed wcl,ut; Ameilcan refrigerated beef at 83j(41I4c V to. No exports today. To morrow 440 bccics and 2,240 quarters of leef ltecetpta of calves yesterday and to-day, including 85 direct, were 1.0R5 hcod: l.(l0 bead ou sale all told. Active, higher for veals, st ady for other calves. The p, us were tolly clear d Veals sold at $',(tl1 V Km as.; grajcira at 3a(H.50; Western eales at (3(1.25. City dressed veals steady at 10ull4c V TS, Itecelpts of sheep and lambs yesterday and today. In tiidlng 23 rnrs direct to butchers, were 15,0:13 head; 03 carsnn sale all told. Stow at a general do c.lne In salues of 4(v4c. V n. AImiui 7 car. were carried over. She p sold at (3(1(1.011 V 100 Es.; lambs at (5. 50ia.se. Dressed mutton, 0408c. to.i dresse.1 lambs, 74i0e. It oeIpt( or bogs yesterday and today were 0,704 head; ,15 head ou sale. Higher, at (3.71)3(1 V 100 Ba. Iteal EUtnfe) l'rlvnte. flnlea. Slawson A Ilohbs have sold for Judson Lawson, to separate purchasers. No. 004 West 1 14th atn-et, four story American has. tiient limestone dwelling, price (20,0(10! No 010 West 11 -llli street, a rtmllar resi dence, (10,500: and No. 012 West 114th street, being thesaui'sltn and dimensions, price (10,3(10, And for J. W. White, to an Insestor, the fl t -story alngla flat. No, 131 WestKlicbty.fourth s reet, price (32.73(1. J. Clarence Davles & Co. nase so.d for u Mr Slolr a plot 50xlb7.on tho east side of ihlrd a.enue, 5(1 feel north of Hose street aud running the uth to Ilcrsmiavc nun: also loO. P. Mulliraplot 32xh7xU3x 2jalsoalot 2BX10U on the east sldnof Fox street, 25U feet south of Home street: alio a plot UOxlOOon thneast side of Kelly street. 250 feet south of 107lh street, s. V. It. Cruger ft Co. have sold to Oppenhelmer A IlamertH-hlag four lots on the Kouth side of 11 lib street. 160 feet west of Meseuth avenue. Max Slarx has sold toKrnM M WelchtheNofi2 Con vent avenue, a three-stnr) lirown.tnuo dwelllnr, lot 20x84, with throe-story eitenslou, for about (23,000, Tho Anistrnlam Ileal!. Coniiany has ao'd for Jesse O. K'ejca to James Illugbam tne four-story and I as. inent brownsit.ne dwelling, ilOxinu, No. 112 West Seventy-seventh atrret. neat Kstiit auction Hi Irs. At the rtroadway Saleroom jisterdav D. Phrrnlx Ingrahain ft Co. sold No. :I2K Kast Hftleth street, near First avenue, tour-story stutie-rront tenement house, lot 10x100.6, foreclosure, 10 Annie It. Prime, as guardian, plalutln, for (I4.0011. Petr F. Meyer S Co. sold lO'.'d street, west side, 100,11 feet west of St. Nleholss at eniie, vaca-tt plot, 60x00.11, foreclosure, to Jncob D Jlutler foi'(lo.ini, Charles II, Herrlsn sold No. 1112 Midl-on ureet, near Jackson street, slx-storv I rick ti iieiuenl huus, lot 25x100, foreilnsun to Peltv. hniilard A Walker Itealty Company, plalntlfls, for (2I,u6u SivldfntVa untl 3lmcrr.. Ol FllT. OF lleeker-Jnnea-Jenell niliia- Sampans, 207 Pro luce I'xrhangc, Nor. lOih, 11U7. DIVIDKNI) .NO. 21. The Hoard of Directors havo tils (lac diclnred a quarterly dividend or Two Per Cent mi the preferred aloes of thu Ilecker-Joues Jewell Mldtiu C impsuy, payable Dec 1st to stockholders or refold at the elus iug of the transfer Ixioks, Tr.u-.fir loos will 1m cloisn at 12 M., Nov. 2Utli, and oisuid at 0 A. M, Dec. 2d, T1I0S A. MclNTVHK. Treasurer. StttioM anil 4ilrriiup,9. OFFICE Ok"tIIK Eljl ITAlll.t. I, AS l.lllllr COM pan) or New York. No. .lid Ihlrl utelilie. New , Yoik. Sov. I I, lhW7, NollcotoM.M'kl olders Noll . Is berrb) given that asuciul mctlug of the st ck ' liolileraot the l.oul al lollus I.luht Companv of .Sew Vnil will be held at theofllee of the Ciuni.sii), .So. 1 H4(l Third avenue, lu the clly of New York, on Saliu dy, the 27lh day of November. 1M'7. nt elevin u'lloca A.M. for tne purHise of ubiultilug to said aiot. knolders fur tin Irnpiiroval jii egr. em. i.t of con. solldallun iMtneen this Company and I he New York and Fail IllverUas Compuny and the Sew Amster dam (,u Company 11 nr.ur 01 Ihu lii.urd of Dlreclois JAt'till I" N 11.1,1 II, s.cr tary ll. ..l.nort-iij k.k 11 t at In Annujl Jl. -t ni tif the stockholders of ili siis-a U110U11..11 leiegratili Company will le held on eJurMlui . lie end er 1st, Ih07, al 12o'clts'k noon at Ihoonlee or the ' t.,i.l-i . lu I in .ltd btnei, riKim nv. Si Yoik Cli.ror ine rlevllii'i of lilrectora for t lie eici lug )eir, i.ml for such othi r business o 1111. t( (I vvllh tin nOmr-of Ihu Corporation as nia) U prusenleu fore 01,1 1 rut ou Hie TltASbFKIt IhioLs will L vloss-d al I'l )I. Noiemb r'.'Oth, 1807. New York, November Oth, IS07 , . WILI.IAld II. Ilt'llST, JOHN . WALSH. I'nsUent. Secretary, JSZZg"? -ii-iBi -A aefi'Jii usy siss-aaiiar 1 j'rl 1 i'ii SalsaBaiaasasssasssalaasassSts "f.'.ri-r , - tS UNION PACIFIC j Reorganization. Tne IteorjanliaUon Committee hereby calls upoa holders of Certificates laiued by Its depositaries) for shares deposited under the Plan and Agree-' ment of Iteorganliatlon, to pay on or before WKIIXiaiDAV, KOVKMRRn A. INOT. THE TII1KD AND LAST INSTALMENT of five per cent, of the nominal or par value of such Certificates, Payment In New York must be made to TboStercanltleTruat Companv, Hontssitn and must be accompanied by presentation of tbe Cer tificates of Deposit for endorsement of such payment, IAItllH rmtlRRAliD, JAtOII II. 8CIIIFF, t. JKrrrtmo.v rooi.iDtiat. jr,, CHAt'flCKV .It, IIBrEIT. MAnviv itl':iilTr, OLIVBH AKIEtl, Canaattlae. ALVIN w. ICrlEOn, Secretary, lo Broadway. New fork. November 1. 1807. NORTON & TUNSTALL, UO AVAIjIi ST., NEW YOKK. Membors of N. T. Stock Exohango. Slocks, DoarJs, Cotton, and Orala. j Market Letter furnished on appHcalUm. Douglas 8z: Jones, J Membors N. T. Stock Exchange, J DAILY MARKET LETTER ON APPLICATION. 4 gublic jPottctHs pOSTfWFiCENOTlClT r-r.-.- n-i.-trLT (Should lie read DAILY by all Interested, as chantTW may occur at any tlm ) Fortlgn malls for thn week ending Nov. ST, 1607, will clo-e (l'ROMI'TI V In all rases) at tbe General Post Onict as follows: PAHCELii PO-T MAILS elosa one bour earlier than closing time ehown below. THANH ATLANTIC MAILS. TUESDAY -At 11 A. SI. (supplementary 1S:S0P. M.) tor (IL1IMANY. per steamship Kaiser Wllhelm der tlrosse', via firemen (letters for other parts ot Euroe, via Routhamuton and Bremen. must ba directed per Kaiser Wllhelm der O rosso"). WKD.NESIHY At 7 A. 11. for IIEI.CI1UM direct, per atcatushlp Kensington, via Antwt rp (letters mual be directed "per Kensington"): at 7 A. At, (sup plementary 0 A M.) for EUKOPE, per ateamshlp Bt. Louis, via Mouthampton (letters for Ireland must bo directed "p r bt. Louis"): at 0 A. II. (supplementary 10:30 A. M.) for EUROPE, per aleauiHhtp Majestic, via Queenstown. 8ATUIIDAY.-At 4.30 A, M. for EUROPE, per steam ship Lucanla, via queenstown (letters for France, Switrerland. Italy, Spain, Portugal. Turkey. Egypt and UrlllsU India must be directed "per Lucanla"): at 7 A. SI. lor FRANCE, SWITZER LAND. ITALY, SPAIN. l'ORTUOAL. TURKEY. EOYIT and 1IIUT1SU INDIA, per ateamshlp La Champagne, via Havre (letters for other parta of Europo must lie directed "per La Cbampagno"): at H A. M. for NETHER LANDS direct, per steamship Obdam, via Rotter dam (letters must tie directed "pcrObdam")! at HAM. for OENOA, per steamship Werra (letters must bedtrected "per Wirra")i at 10 A.M. for SCOTLAND direct, per steamship Anchor!, via Glasgow (letters must be directed "per An choria"): at 11 A. St. for NORWAY direct, per steamship Norgo (letters must be directed "per Norge "). PRINTED MATTER. &c Oerman steamers salllnc on Tuesdays take Printed Slatler. Ac., for Uer luauy, and Specially Adilnssed Printed Matter, Ac, for other parts of Euroix,. American ami White Star steamers on Wednesdays, Oerraaa steam-ra on Thursdays, and Cunard, French, nd Oermuli steairera on Saturdays take Printed Slat ter, Ac . for all countries for which they are ad vertised lo carry mall. After tbe closing of thn Supplementary Transatlan tic Malls named above, additional supplementary mulls are oeued ou the piers of the American. EuglUb, French, aud German ateamerB, and re main open until wlthlu Ten Minutes ot tbi bour of salllug or steamer. MAILS FOR SOl'TIt AND CENTRAL AMERICA. WtbT INDIES, tc. TUESDAY. At 4 A. Jl. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES direct, per steamship Ilellnura; al IT P. M. for cosTA RICA, ier steamer from New Orleans 1 at 8::iu P. M for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamer from North sydn.-y: nt u 1". M. for PORT AN TONIO, p- r ttaaicr from lv.ic,n. WEDNESDAY. At .'till) A. SI. for PORT ANTONIO, per steamer from Philadelphia: at 11A.M. for NEWrOl'NDI.sND. per steamship Portia: at 11 A. SI. (si pidementary 1 1:310 A. SI ) for VENEZUE LA ami (IJRAl'AO, ulso SAVAN1LI.A and CAR TIIAUENA vl i Curacao, per steamship Philadel phia; at 1 I". 31. for Cl'llA. tier steamship Orliaha, H via llavunntat 1 P. M. for UAullADOS direct also NURT1I 1IRAZIL, via 1'ara, Muranham and (Vara, per steamship Dominic. FRIDAY. At X:0(l A.M for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamship A-syrlan, from Philadelphia: at 7:310 A. St. for I1HAZ1L, per ateamshlp Others, via l'er nambu(0. llahia and Rlu Janeiro ilettt rs forNorth Ilrazll and La llata Countries must be directed "per OUters"). 8ATURDAY.-At 0:80 A. SI. (supplementary 10 A. 31.) for ST. THOMAS. ST. CROIX, LbEWARD and WINDWARD Isl.ANHs, ptr steamship Carlb(a (lett ta for Grenada, Trlutda I and Tobago must bodlroctrd "Iter Carlbboc"Jl at 10 A. SI. (sup plementary 111:30 A. 31.) Tor FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA, SA VANILLA and CAItniAUENA. er steamship Alleghany (letters for Costa Rica must bo directed "pr Alleghany"): at 10 A. SI. (supplementary 10:30 A. 31.) for HAITI, Per steamship Andes, via l'urt au Prince, ettt Goave. (lonnlv'tB, and Jeromle: at 10:30 A. SI. for CAMPLCIIE. CHIAPAS, 10I1ASCU, and Yl'CATAN, per steamship Saratoga (letters for other parts of .Mexico and for Cuba must be dl reeled iter -aratoa"); at la 31. for GRENADA, TRINIDAD, and ToilAGO, per ateamshlp Irrawad dy; at 'J P M for JAMAICA. er sltauishlp Al (landhu;ats..l()P. M r.ir --T IUERRE-MIQUELO.V, 1-er steamer from North Sydney, Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to nallfaz and thence by steamer, close at this onlce dally at 8.30 J 1 M. SlitlU fur MI(lielou. by rail to Boston and thence l.) sli ainer, close at thlsoffVo dally al 880 I". 31. M.illsforCubailosa al this oftlcodally al 7:0(1 A. St.. for rorwarding by et-amers aalilni (SIonda.vs ami Thursdays) from Port Tampa. Fla. Letter nun for Mexico City, overland, unless spcclall) addrens dror despatch by steamer, close at this office dally nt lad'O 31 : paper malla as O.no A, 31. Ilteglslered mall closes at 0:1)0 P. SL previous day. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS, Stalls for China and Ja) an. per steamship Gaelta (from San Fran. Iscol, elosa lure daily up to Deo. 1 al 0:0l P. 31 Malls ror China aud Japan, per at amsldp Tncnm i (from Tacoma), closa here daliy up to Dec. I 'J at 0:30 P. M. Malla for Hawaii, per steamship Australia (from ban Irani'l.coi. c'o.o litre datl) up to Nov. 24 at 0::tu P. M SUils for thu Society Islanls, per ship Oal Ibe tfKirn Snn Francisco), close here daily up lo Sov .'! at U::io i. 31. Stalls for China and .Ispau isoclally a dressed onlj ) imt steam, ship l.iniiressof China (from Vancouver) close hero dollv up in Nov. i-to nt :30 p. M. Stabs for Ausiialla (exivpt iho.e for West Australia), which 1 ure forward! d vis LurOH. New 7.i aland. Hawaii, fl 1-IJi. an I snincan lalamls, ikt steamship Slarlposa (from -jii Francis o), eljse here dally up to Deo, I 1.1 at 7. in A 31.. 11 A. 31 and 0:31) K 31. (or on I, iirriv-nl at N, w York of steamship Campania with llrlll-h nulls for Auslr dla). Stalls for Australia (exitiit West Aiistrallai, New Zealand, Hawaii, and 1 1JI IvUuds, pr steamship Aorangl (from 'anct.uvir ,cI.m hero tlatlyafirr Dec. 13 and ud to Hi i II at U 3D I' SI. Transi aeisit malls are forwarded to port of sailing dull) .in. I iho.el.cdul.-iif ( losing Is arranged on I ha Jirei,iiiniili ii of their uuluterru.itol overlsud transit, RtglsloKd mall closes at II P. St, previous liny. ("JH.S FLICS VAN LOTT. Postmaster. Popt Gfllee, New Y.nk, H.Y., Nov. V!a, 1807, itiii. tr orTrit; " Apilleailon having len made to the Roard or Rati. roa.i ( oniinii.s!iiiiers of the Mate of New York by the Mtt'imd weniie Railroad Company uf New York city until r lb" priMlslona of Sivtion too of the Rnllroad Law for appioval of n ( haug.v of motive uiwer from liorrrs in an undergr und ciirrrnt of elrctrklly lu the i.per..lon id Us lallrosd lu Hutu sl between First i nml si-.-ond an i.ues. nctliii 1 1 herebv given that a 1 publle In nrlng in said application will I o held by Hi 1 Ii..:ir. of liullroad Conimfs-l.tners at the Cnmii'tlte J Room In the Mutual Lire Insurance Rulldlng, 38 Lib- E ertv st , New lurk illy, nn Frl lay. Dee. llrtl. 1807. at Vi 10u..KkA.M CIIAllLhtiK.DeFllKIT.herretary. Jl Sega, flotiren." " " I J l,j'wii'.pjwANKWEllK'NU' ot"liw'se shannon; Piiifiantloanorderof lliet High Court of Juitlca III Ireland, cnami rj Dlv l.luu. made In l ho matter of he I. tateof huraliMltcli. II. late i.f llanbrldge. In the IMtiu yof Dow n.spn.ter. deceased, and Hi a cat's! Irlu vs, herrls" dill,-,, .s m, ' inuulrv wla dire. ted at cii.inh.rs whether tho MJ , diaVa" Over, ml was lvi,,r at tlm time of the death of t, ail. Sarah Mltrlii l. w hleh took l laco ou the 14th ,l"y ' of l.liruari. 1X05, I he i,l, Vllta Ju-i.t Overend. otlierwls.. rtbnunoti, llv.d at Slllllalel , t,.h,i t'ouniy rntiBli ,. In theenr 1H4I, and suose .uentlr , mair.eil one W limn, , ,.,. , , t ,,,,, !,, vB!J , -.ork. f.s A.aN.ni the jear lailo, ind r'al.1 ed f or about nljio jear. nfierwar Is near tho city of New V'r? ,' be said Elirj Jan.. Ov. rend. If Uiini .Vr tr I dead, her leal ,,cr...iiil Iteprese tatVvel a?e.'on . f Ufoie the llllli .!,, f D,.wr, lop?, K tlinlr ' Soil- Mrs In tin.,, In ,ii i,rm,, thelrelarti. , ,il U.an.i-r.ofth.lligu.llou.'.ruUe.VneV 5 nau'ellc? of Ireland. Fo ir Courts, Inns ouav In ii, nnJ , Dublin, Itelau.l, ..;. in defiit t there f. hey w i f li lrvuipturlly excluled from tLe benefit o7lhe 'laid .heVi'is ;,r;i!J!.:ron'oV,,: ZK:zA:ite: vx " CDlliltOVF. Chief Clerk. rPatentc. ty&wxwr:itix BsUblUbed IBS. U",C!)1JW' Nassau st. .tr, I ' isaissssratia.- '' 'I 'sllit''l4siili asts nB Jfclastiii' ni ! "nlii'iT