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9 THE StTKT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER , 18BB.
, , --- - ntiAirctJtr. and commkhciau FntDAT. Bept. 3Q. TIM hMr Hauldatlon and the resulting de stine In Sugar Refining and In American To bacco have, according to common report, mad lender of money more oautloua than hereto fore In accepting and holding Indnatrlal stocks a collateral. This account for cxtenelTe Hqnldatlon to-day In the United Mates Rubber took and In United Mate Leather preferred. Bd further decline In American Sugar and American Tobacco. The opening of the (took market wa In the main firm, particularly for Ih ueunlly active railway aharea. Foreign I arbitrage house began to buy atooka, particu larly Union Paolflc and Northern Pacific isanea. It aoon became apparent, however, that the Industrial etooks mentioned were for aale In large amount, and In conaeqnenc the volume f buying order throughout the remainder Ot the list waa speedily reduoed. Thore ban never been a broad market for either United State Rubber lu or for United late Leather preferred. Urgent aellingordera. therefore, broke the price of both, particularly the flrat named, to an extant that would have demoralised the entire list were not practically all ot tho condition affecting value of a moat aatlafaetory character. United Btatea Rubber dropped 6H point, and th preferred 6W point. The last, being more closely held than th common stock, en joyed th sharper rally In the late trading and loaed only 3K cent, lower than yesterday. while th common ustalned a net loss of 6X cent. United States Leather preferred, at a rally of a point from the loweat price, closed IK cent, lower than yesterday. The heaviest trading was in Sugar Refining, and It resulted In a net los of -H cent The selling of this atock I based upon expectations that, a the active demand for re fined augara Is now beginning to fall off, the existence of new competition to the American i, Company will become manifeat in lower prloea for the refined produot. The dealings In Amer ican Tobacco were only about a third aa large aa they have been for three or four day past, and when reduced to full atock they aggre gated leas than 18.000 shares. Yet the stock olosed 2 points lower than yesterday, making the total decline slnoe the beginning of the month 28 points. Except In the case of Sugar Refining, there were no developments other than speculative ones affecting the prices of the Industrial aharea. In tho late trading the liquidation ex- ! tended to Consolidated Qas and left the prion of that stock 2J cent, lower than yesterday. The railway Hat, as a rule, was only affeoted fractionally by the liquidation In, the Industrials. Brooklyn Rapid Transit moved contrary to the prevailing tendency. One explanation of this movement was that an operator who haa been conspicuous in bulling the Indnstrial stocks has also been bearish upon Brooklyn Rapid Transit Cleveland. Lorain and Wheeling was also exceptionally Arm for reasona previously noted in this col umn. Tho market for Union Pacific Issues was strengthened by the excellent showing of th company for August and for the two montha ending Aug. HI. Receipt of specie from Europo to-day were $870,000. making the total for the week about $5,300,000. Aa the net movement of currency to the In terior has been very light this week and the banks have gained about $2,000,000 from th Bub-Treasury, it Is safe to assume that to morrow's bank statement will make the best Bhowlng that has been recorded in many weeka. MeW Tort Stock Exchange Sale Sept. SO. UNITED STATES AMD STATE BONDS (IN $1,000). 104l.B8s.Wl. I 1 l'H, c. 1825.127 103M103M 6 Turn Bet 8s.... 024 10 t'Sii. r, 1U25.127 CLOhINO PRICES OF UNITED STATES BONDS. JIM. Asked. Mid. Asked. TJnBtis.r, UnSt4s,o, atplofO 98W 1B3B 127 1B7H TJ B 8s, 1 80S- Un St B, r, mB,r...lOV 106M 104 IBM 113 TJSn.,1008- UuHt.'.s, o, 1IHS.O...10BH 106M mo 11BW 113 Cn Ft.s. r. UnHt. r, 1H0T 110M110K l 10EK Un M4. c. UB 8.65s, r, IK07 111K118K 1-.1)0117 Cn ttn, r, 11)26 128M 1B7U BAII.BOAD AND OTHER BONDS (IN $1,000). 108 AUhadJ ... 70 10 NY Sns.nl. 84 V ,47 70S 10 NJOgnlSs. r. Ill . ' ' 81 70r NJOgnl 6S...H4X IB 69M 2N.Oexs....l04H 104 70 2 NYC. L H col A ! 126 Atchgul 4... 96X 3H 84V 10 86H 6 giH 26 AtlADanvlat. ObH 1 N Y. It H A H 87 Adams Ex 4s.. 100 J 4s, debctf. .101 2 Am Tob scrip.. 100 3 N Y.CA 8tL4sloeJ i oe 8 106H fc w linOOSi lOTX S 107 v S 108 10 NRRofC16103X 6B0 84s.wi... B6 6 NY.O Wr 4.102 S 6H 10 XOBX 2 06J 8 102X io e6M n otirtpi.ioa 6B04s. wl.. 03M 1UHA.-H, 0BH Bfo-' . 8 ea" 3 Oregon BLes..l2ei 18 B3M 8 Or. 8 Lino A.. 75K 10 '83X 10 76X 0 BrokBTS..106M B6 74M 4BrWAW5s.. 88 100r.BL Ino B. 68N i X Brook City 11. 114 6 53K 7 BrEllsttr.... 91 10 7H 6 s 8 Pitta Wn lit. 91 I 8 Brook.TJn0 8i.116 2 P. G c 3d gt. 1 07 6 0 -.. . . 86M ea.sd.nl4.. ... BZH 80 10 82H (OhM.O, R- 6 Q2H A. 3doon4s.. 96 6 82H 8 C,BkQ4..Nexl02 8 RioOWist... 88 1C,BQ7 118 2BtI,BF2d. Pm ico.oatL cl B 116 4,StI,dlT... 09 1 BtLaBVgs.ll9M 4 98H 1 BU.ABFgd.i06x 1 Can Booth 1st.. 1 09 W 6BILABF4.... 79 16 Oe South 34-10 8H 10 8tPgol4.. SA106M 1 108X 10 HtLBW let... 70 109 10SA.AAH.t4. 8k l Chi-r4e 8BN 16 88 1 Col AO La.. ..118 16 67W 1 ColOoal .... 100 10 07N ICMIdl.t. 88 68 08 8 Col Mid 2-4... 68M 6 So 8 way 6s.... B7J 4C-Bylstlne 38 8 07w 1 88 1 07 8 88M 68unBTB... 78 8 O Oa By 3d ino. 11 16 76M SDABOcn.... B6M 1 76 7 97 6 T.i Pso lata.. 107 1 SetClty OB.. 98W 22 T.xPm 3d t.. A.AH t B-H 8 44X 6 93 10 44 1 Erl.prier bds. BIN 7 4314 10 KvAlnd l.ton 98M 6 AH '10 Q. H'g 8 A 6 T NOcnO.,.10- MPS. 9BM 9 101N 2I1ATC cn.. 112 BTC.1B8., 10 11 A 1 I ul4. 84 Tenndlv-.... B3X 6 84M UTr.UJn '! 9 84W Blrdlv 93 . 6111uai4., 2 DaionPao 4s.. UHH dlv 93K 14 98H 6 -n. ATom 4... 88 11 , 98M 6 K;n ATex2... 62M 26 B8W '6 03 6UnPcCT4M., 3-C.Paaist. 77H tr 68H IB 77' 6 I'uiun-lJ.t.tr 91W 10 77H 6CaP. 1 a .. 1 -arltdeOMltl04H lt,tr 76W 3 106 96 70l 8I.AWli.ux 97 10 76H 6 MetBt By 8s .114 49 70M 14 M A.Htcn&..107H US 77 107W06 77k 8 MobtO.Mdn.101 30 77K 6 M" Psc cu 104J4 6 77k 03 Pprior4. ...101k 36 77k 8 101H 7 Wabash 1st... 11 Ik 16 N P prior 4s, r. 100k 8 111k lSNPgnlas 87)4 7Wabssh2d 80k 8 07 10 Wast Bh 4a, r.. 108k A. 18 e74 10 WlsOl.t, tr... 66k ' 16 H a Wen 4s... 86k 10 66k Total sales of railway bond, (par valus), H,T,000. BAII.HOAI) AND OTBBB SHAKE. Orn- Mil - . Citing . ina. 'II. Ml. Hid. Alktd. 8Ad.r.x.H6 116 114 113 117 B80Am8B 180k 120k 117 117k 117M , 108 AmBBpl 09k 109k 107 100k 107k , laioAmBM. 12k 18k Ilk Ilk Ilk Ioi8Mp 36 86 38 82k 83k mtfn aw. Mil Ji BML t4 IMAOabla. 97k 97k 97k 08 OS SHesRAm ToblBBk 1B8N 126k 126k 186N AiOAmTplBO 180 180 186 180 7880 Am 0 0. 87 87k 84N 86k 86k lOOAmOOp 86 86 86 84 80 B80 A. T a i Ps IBM IBM IBM IBM IBM llcfOA, T I -apt.. 8SM 88H SIN 88 S8M 1818 A Malt.. 30k 80k 89k 89k 28k .BAMaltp 78k 78 78k 78k 80 100 Ann Ap 86 36 86 S6 36k 188 B a O idip. 48M 48k 41 41 N 4B aioBaop, wl... OBk 08k 89k 00 70 4o0B8tOa. 3 8 3 3 Sk 18880 BkBT. OIK 08M 00k 08k OBk 100B COaslBBk 186k 186k 1B6 180 200Br-e.Ml.00 1.00 1.00 lOOOanBO.. 68 68 OS 68 68N moronic. 47 47 47 47 48 MBSCkOtW 14k 16 14M 14M 14k eaoOtaPae 86k 26k 84k 84 84k 1400Cha0 88k 88k 88 88 88k 200 CABI. 63k 68k 63k 62k 64 isoaxipiook 100k 100k loo 100 00 0,0,0a St I.... 40-. 40k 40 40 41 U40CANW180 180k 189 180 189k 28CaitWpl77 177 177 170 Mo O. B aq 1 14W 1 1 4H 1 1 8M 1 1 8N 1 1 8M 124r.0C.MABt P 107 107 100 lOOklOflk ltBCMASt Ppf...l64 104 104 164 164k bbbt c.Biapiook 101 09kieokiooM 40 Pol Fuel 80k 80k 80k 80 80k lBOChTer.. 8N 8K 8N 8 k 0 620ChT.rp 84 34 33k SB 83k 4000.HVAT 6k 6k 6k 6 6k 100 C a HO. 6 6 6 4 6k 2onr, c.i.aw 10k 17N 10K ION 10M lOOOO.LaWp 494 60k 49k 49k 49k 2488 Con Oaal78k 178N 176k 176k 170k ir.nn.lAH.l00H 100H 100 100k 108k 400DAROp 64K 64N 64k 64k 64k 26DMAFD 10 10 10 aeOKrieRR 18k 13k 13k 13 18M 48Kri.lp. 34k 34k 34k 84K 86k 120EATH 31k 81k 81k 81 88 lEATHp 08 08 08 08 06 1400OtNorpl86 186k 186 184k ISO ior.no.nF.1.0 80k 80k 79 70 80 HOOenElso old.... 4BN 48k 48N 47k 48 100 B'w'U'n CSng.. B8 88 B8 88 88k BOO I Paper. 62k 68 68 68 63 1026 111 Oantl 1 1 111 HOkllOkllON -onilistrel 07 07 06k 04k 00 100 la Cent. 9k 0k 9M 0 0k lOOIaCenp 88k 88k 33k 8Bk 84 20EAWp 78 78 78 78 74k BoOLeolO.. 48k 48k 48k 48k 49k 687-LouAN 66k 66k 64k 64k 64k 10887 MsnCoa 94k 94k 93k 03N 08k 1720MIron. 91k Blk 00 00 00k 1780 M Iron, tr 91k 01k 00 1071 MStRyl67kl67 167 167 167k 100 Ma at l 2d p.. 68 68 68 68 60 HBOMoPao. 32k 32k 38 884 88k 818M.KAT Ilk Ilk 11 10k Ilk BSOM.KATp 88k 32k 82 32 88k 480 NL on. Bk Bk BH 8k 3 40(1 VI Cent 00k 01k 00k 00k 01k CSONYCsntllO 110 116k 116k 116M 22(10 Nat M.. 38k 88k 32K 33k 38k 201stLdplll 111 111 lOBKHOk 20 Nor Am. OH OH OH OH Ok ir.4r, NstBls. 33 38 8Bk 88 88k 620WAWP 61k 61k 61 61k Blk 2B880NorPao. 42k 42k 40H 40M 41 B270NorPp. 70k 70H 76H 70 70k niTOntaw 16k 16H 16H 16k 16H 400 Pse Mall 33 33 38k 38k 32k H8P Coast. 84 84 83 88 80 410PPCar.lB9K189H 180H180 190 1800 p. cca st I, .. 43 43k 43 48k 44 100P.RR..117 117 117 110 117 8716 P.opla'. oao..l08kl03kl01H 101H1O8 20OQ'slvr. 8 2 IH IH B lOOQnlckp 0 0 0 6H 8 eoORaadlng 18 18 18 17k 18 20ORead2p 21k 21k 21k 80k Blk lORWaoiB&k 186k 186k 184 ISO boo St LB W 4H 4H 4M 4K 6 lOOBtPAO 70k 70M 70H 70k 80 800 Bt P. M AM.. .106 106 106 100 170 200Bo Pso.. 23k 23k 23k 28 &8k looBoRy... 8H 8H 8H 8k 8k lOlSSoRyp. 33k 88H 83k 83k 33k 118BtLBF 7k 7k 7k 7k 7k eeostL as Fl.tp. 62k 03 08k 03 04 110 8t LAS F2dp. BOM! 80k 8BN 89N 80k 100BBAT 7k 7k 7k 7H 7k 1806 TC A I. B8k 28k 87 87 87k 1728dAvRRle8 108 108 106 170 1720T.xPao. 13k 13H 13 18k 18k 8380CnPao. 88k 33k 32H 32H 88 7000CnPpf. 06k 06H 04 04H 04M lOOOUP.DaO 6k Ok 6k 6k 6k 48820 C 8 Rub 42 48 36k 30k 80k 10080 US R p. 102 102 90H 98k 99 480CBL... Ok Ok Ok 0 Ok 18028 CSL p. 00k 06k 03k 04k 04H 1400Wabpf. 20H 20H 20k 80k 81k 1228 WCnT BOH BOH BOk 90k 90H 600 W A LB, 4thlp 4 4 SH 8N 8k lOOWALRp, 4th ip 19H 19H 10k 10 BOk BOoWciiHt. 94k 94H 94H 94k Ex dividend. Total sales. 883.680 shars. BOSTON CLOBINO QUOTATIONS. Bid. Jiktd. Bid. Aiktd. BaaAlb..860 866 0-lop,B.107 100 BoaAMe.163 Bos a Moa.BBSk 226 CbloJ com 120 188 CalAHel680 688 Ohio J pf.. 121k Osceola.... 60k 66H Fltohb',-P.104H 106 QolncyM.. 1 17k 1 18k NswEagp. 08 100 TamUln ...170 178 MnCanas 08 04k Butte 23k 24 01dColonyl9lk BUOlst. 90 WE Roods. 86H 80 DUO 2d. 70 Donil-Ceal 26 20 Morgan thai 1 84k 1B6 AmBellT.277 270 BeatonKl.. 09 00k W.atKl.c. 88H 84 rUII.ADEI.PBIA OLOSINO QUOTATIONS. Bid. Jtked. Bid. Jiktd. Lahta- Tel 20k 21kK18Bcom 38k 30 PhllaTrao. 00 OOkElSBp... 44k 46 OaionTrao 18H ISMiPsnnMnf.. 18k 10 EAPTetr 90H 91 PaMfBsp. 00k 90k MstTrso...l67 168 W.l.Ocom 18 80 OTofNJs 61 68 W.lsbCop 70 71 OTofltJBslOB lOBHOamlrCo.. 66k 66H OOIaspColSl 121k Bait Trao.. 22k 88 WOLCo.. 61 61k Msrsdea. . 6k 6k CHICAGO CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Bid. diked. Bid. Jtktd. AmStr-bd.. 31 31k Mil Brew p 30 C A Dock. 68 00 NChStRy.820 288 City R'way.287k 290 BoSlda"L" 74 74k Dlam'dM..139 139k Bt Bear. ... 19k Bl LaksBf'L" 18k 18H WChBtRy. 93 06 LBt"L"ctf. 11 HkMBlaculto 38k 88k MatW8"L" 2 3 N Blacult p 96 96k LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS. Atchison 18 I Northern Paclflo... 43k Aloblaon pf 38k Northern Paciftopf 79 Canadian Paclflo . . 88HI0ntarloa Wast.... 10 Chesapeake A Ohio 23 I Pennsylvania 00k Kriacon 14k Reading, 1st 9k K-rle 1st pf 87 I Reading 1st pf B2k Illinois Central... 11 4k Bt Paul 110k Kansas A Texas.... 1 1 k Sonth Railway 9 LakeBhor 198 Bouth Railway pf . . 86 Loul.vllleA Na.h.. 67H Union Psdtc 34N Kew York Central ,.1 19k Union Psc-to pf... 07k Norfolk a Wpf.... 68kl Wabash pf 21k Final sales compare with those of yesterday as follow : Sept. . Sept. tO. Btpt. 13. 8ft. SO. A.TA8F. 12k 12H!torfAWp 61k 61 A.TASF.p 32k 82 Nwestc ..12BH L80 AmOOtl... 37 36k NPairrom. 41k 41 Am BBsf.lSOk 117kMPaop... 70H 70 AniSKpf. 110 107k NYCsnt... 110 116k AmTou ...128k 126k N J Cent ... 01 91k aiuSpM.. 18k HkOntaWut 16k 16H BrokBT. 'Oik 08MPoOa 0. 108H 101k OanBo 63k 68 Pac Mall ... 32k SSk C.O.caatL 40 40 PullPCar.lSe 180k C.BB g ..114k 118HBockIalaa4101H10Qk ConUas....l78 176k Reading... 18 18 CbesAO... 22k 22 StPcom. .. 1 08k 100k CbOW... 14H 14kHoIfway. 8k 8H CI. LAW.. 10k lOkBoR'way'p SSk 33k uaitUpf. 64H 64'i TexaaPao.. 18k 18k RrieKR.. 13k lSkTO.iaB.. 87k 87 OenKlec... 48 4BH Un Pac 38k 38k OtNorthp.136 136k UaPaop.,. ti.k 04M v ' 9 ' am.. (. . AVp.t. ikn.$D. nUaeUCmlll HOkOBRaMttr 48 80M an A Tax. 11 11 UNRabplOSH 00 LonAKask 06k 04k It BItber Ok OH LaaladaOaa 48k 48kD8Lathp 00 04k Man Con... 94k 98H Wabash p.. BOH BOM MoFee S8H SBkWDaTal.. BOH 90k M.tBtRr 167k 167k WntLI.. 8M SN RetLeed... SSk SSkWALKp. 80 19M Kx dividend. Qovernment bond steady at unchanged quo tation. Railway and other bond firmer. The features were Canada Southern 2d. Kan sas City, Pittsburg and Oulf lsts, Minneapolis and Kt. Loula consol 5s, Ontario and Western r. 4s. Oregon Short 1,1ns Incomes. B. Ban Anto nio and Aransas Pass 4s, Standard Rope and Twine He. Texa Faelfle 2d. Union raelflc. Denver and (lulf lata, t r.. Atchison. Baltimore and Ohio. Kansas and Texas, and Northern Pa cific lsauos. The more important not advance rrere In Canada Southern 2d, S V cent., to 09; Houston and Texaa Central general 4s, k. to 84k: Kansas and Texa 4. K. to 88, and 2d, k. to 83: Kansas City. Pittsburg and Oulf lsts. S, to 77k : Minneapolis and St. Louis consol 6s, X. to 107k: Northern Iaolfio prlort. k. to 101k: prior 4 r., H. to 100k. and general 3. H. to 67k: Ontario and Western r. 4. H. to 102k. and union Pacific. Denver and Oulf 1st. L r.. Ik cent, to 77k. The noteworthy declines were In Atchison adj. 4s. k oent., to 70; Balti more and Ohio 3ks. w. I.. M. toB5H. and 4. w. I., k, to 03k: Oregon Short Lino In come. B. k. to 67k ; San Antonio and Aramaa Pass is. fc. to (18: Standard Rope and Twined. Ik. to 76, and Texas Paclfio 2d, k V cent., to Commercial price of bar silver in New York. 61c. liar silver In London closed at 28kd. Mex ican sliver dollars woro quoted at 47ko. Ex port to Europ to-morrow 650,000 ounce. Money on call. SV34 V cent. Time money Is auoted at 3k(94 V oent. for all date : demand light on good mixed Stock Exchange col lateral. Commercial paper I quoted at 3k(S 4k V oent. for bill receivable: acceptancea and prime (Ingle name. 4(4k V cent. : other namea. 6fKk cent Sterling exchange waa firmer for long and (lightly weak for (hort. The change in rate, however, were carcoly more than a conces sion, and the market continued, quiet. Conti nental oxchange waa dui Posted asking rates for storllng are : Sixty days, f 4.82. and sight. S4.86. Actual rate are: Iing bills. 4!Rlk(-4.Hlk.; sight drafts, J4.H4rS)4.H4 k. and cable transfer,! 4.84k$4.H4H. France are quoted at r.24,t(S)r.23, for long and 5,22k for short: relchsmarks. 04 3-1604 5-10 for long and 04 i3-lft04 15-10 for hort; guilder. 30kl930 16-16 for long and 40 1 -1UO 40k for short. Domestlo exchange on New York: Boston 16N(920 cents premium. Charleston Buying. H discount: selling, par. Savannah Buying, 1-16 discount ; selling, 7! cent premium. New Orleans Bank. 50 cents premium: commer cial, $1.25 discount. San Francisco Sight, 17k cents premium: telegraph. 20 cents premium. Bt. Louis 25 cents discount. Chicago 12k cent discount. Cincinnati Between banks. par to 25 cent discount ; over counter, 60 cents premium. In the outside market Glucose Sugar Refin ing common is quoted at r7'(S58k. and tho preferred at 10rVS108't: Standard Oil trust certificates closed at 4lflkro41H; Standard Oas common at 133(9136. and the preferred at 145(3153; Mutual Oas at 32(Xa330: Amsterdam Oaa at 25Vo)2i!S, preferred at tttkrSsJU, and the bond at 00k(31OOk: Buffalo Oaa at llvri'20k. bonds 04O0ok; Central Union Gas bonds at lOO.kOlOl : Brooklyn and New York Ferry at 30O3SIV. and the bonds at OtVSOOH: Federal Steel at 27(S27H. and the preferred at The Import of dry good for the week end ing to-day were Sl,608;i28. against il.608.401 last week and f 1.00.1,267 for the corresponding week of last year. The amount marketed was 1.786.809. agalnnt fl.75H.216 last week and $1,887,263 for the corresponding week last year. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company has doolared a quarterly dividend ot Ik V cent., payable Oct. 20. The Union Paclfio Railroad reports gross earnings for August of $1,584,831, a decrease of $43,278 as compared with the same month of last year, and net $706,104. an increase of $121,505. Tor the two month ending Aug. 31 the gross earning were $3,070,641. an increase of $43,350 a compared with the corresponding period of last year, and net $1,352,750. an inorcase of $380,500. The Chicago Terminal Railroad reports gross earning for August of $104,258. n increase of $14,454 a compared with the same month of laat year, and net $(11.271. an increase of $2,071. For the two months ending Aug. 31 the gross earnings were $203,005, an Increase of $28,233 as compared with the corresponding period ot last year, and net $122,470, a decrease of $4,106. Fixed charges were $107,772. leav ing a surplus ot $14,707. an Increase of $845. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company report for August: Xi'iuj Directly Operated. Aug- Eight Mrmtto. Oroaeailnga....De.tl86,BOO Inc. Bl, 818,800 Oper. expenses.... Deo. 113,700 Inc. 1,888,800 Ht earning... Deo. $23,200 dm. (78, 000 Lines Wut of Itttttmra and Brie. Ore earnings ... .Ino. BSft.soo Ino. 82.3i2.eoo Oper. expeniM Lao. 280,800 Ino. 2,808,100 Met earning.. . Dao. 8236.800 Dm. S286.60O The Reading Railroad reports gross earnings for August of $1,000,540. an Increase of $21, 003 as compared with the same month of last year, and net $H30,840. a decrease of $13,615. For the two months ending Aug. 3.1 the gross Sarnlngs were $3,1157.612. a decrease of $L'07. 21 as compared with the corresponding period of last year, and net $1,405,226. a decrease of $207,604. The Reading Coal and Iron Com pany reports gross earning for August of $1,650,537. a doerease of $468,658 aa oompared Jith the name month of last year, and net 101.234. a decrease of $7,161. For the two months ending Aug. 81 the gross earning were $3,015,781. a decrease of Si. 188.072 as oom pared with the corresponding period of last year, and net $200,384. a decrease ot $68,455. Fixed charges of Iboth companies $1,516,000, leaving a surplus ot $211,510, a decrease of The Lehigh Valley Railroad report gross earning for August of $1,773,608. a decrease of $237,660 a compared with the same month of last year, and net $576,781. a decrease of S 116,708. For the nine months ending Aug. 1 the gross earnings were $13.445,30.. an in crease of $133, 186 as 00m pared with the cor responding period of last year, and net $3,302. 435; an increase of $408,772. The Lehigh Valley Coal Company Railroad report gross earnings for August of $1,415, 173, a decrease of $165,862 as compared with the same month of last year, and dellcit $221, 602. an Increase of $186,632. For the nine months ending Aug. 31 the gross earnings were $10,848 214. a decrease of $26,420 as compared with the corresponding period of last year, and deficit $815,042, an Increase of $518,606. The Westchester Electric Railroad Company report for the year ended Juno 30: '.'. 1837. CKemoet. Oroaa earning..... (127.284 (128,484 Dec..(2.2nn Oper. expense..... 81,881 87,668 Inc.. 4,282 Net earning (86,88 (41,826 DM..(8,r,42 Fixed charge. 28.U4 28,876 Ino.. 88 Ket Income (8,488 (i:i,48 Dec. (o.aio The Southern Boulevard Railroad Company report for the year ended June 30: HHK. IS07. Ckami't. Oroaa earning (48,764 (48.8U6 Dec.. (841 Oper. expenae. 80,688 22.U80 Inn . 7,688 Net earning.... (18,186 (28.716 Dec.. 8,680 Other Income 88 .... Inc.. 88 Total inrouie (18,218 (28,716 DM.. (8, 407 Fixed charges 18,28 16,827 Inc.. 487 Net income (1 864 (10 888 Dm.. (8,884 The local movements of money this week are described by the New York News Bureau aa follows: " There is a general feeling amonr the banks that the movement of the crops wi.i not constitute a factor of much further Im portance io the money market, and the Interior flow of fund this week has been such as to bear out this idea. Outside of the transfer through the Treasury, thore is a loss estimated at only $500,000. At the Treasury the banks have gained $2,000,000. The Now York Bub- ? Treasury's regular dally reports indicate lis oIIowb for the full week: Total receipts, $23. 600.000, Including $400,000 from other office of the Treasury Department, and $1,700,000 for transfers of currency to the interior. Total payments. $28,300,000. Including $3,000,000 to other offices of the department. Of the gold receipts about $4,500,000 will probably figure in tho bank Htntemeut." R. G.Dun.VCo report that the number ot bus iness failures duriiiK the week ending to-night were 105. as against 104 forllio corresponding period of last year nnd 182 lot week. Hratl ttrept'fi computes that the failures during tho qunrter eliding to-night were t he smallest 111 six years past, but because of one large failure in this month the liabilities are larger than a year ago. For the nine month ending Sept. 30 the failures were 8.855. or 10 cent. Ices than Inst year and 21 cent, smaller than in 1H00. The liabilities of the concerns falling during the nine montha were $102,107,877. or 13 V cent, smaller than for the corresponding period of last year and 40 V cent, smaller than in 1806. The percentage of aasots to liabili ties woe 51 V opnt, against 55 V cent, a year ago. 58 V cent, two years ago, and 70 V cent, in 1803. The receipts of the Government to-day were: Customs $700,345; internal revenue, $1,060, 600. and miscellaneous, $143,050, a total of $1,013,007 The disbursements were $230. 000. An excess of receipt over expenditures of $1,683,007. The receipts of the fiscal year to date have been $125,407,886. and the expendi tures $184,040,103, an excess of expenditures over receipt of $50,532,307. The official count of the cash In the Treasury at tho close of business to-day. oompared with that of yesterday, shows: Sept.tV. Sept, so. Gold coin and bullion. (24,1,040,017 (248.Wl.728 Bilvirdolleran.l bullion 8,064. H00 7.870,728 United Htatea notea 88. 1 48,884 88,828,880 Other asset less de mand UablliUes 11 ,678.468 21 ,428,428 Available cub balance lclugB0ldr.rve.t311.817.088 811.CK),76 . MMMiBbiri The receipt of the Government forth month of September were S30.778.0i. and the ex penditure $54,418,000. leaving a deficit for the month ot 114.(00,081. against $15,488,010 for August. The receipts from Internal revenue were Wl.fAR.388. against S4.015.tKW for th month of August. Th period for the redemption of $14,004,500 ot outstanding currency 6 per cent. bond, which expired to-day. has been extended for the month of October at the same rate of dis count, k per oent. The amount of bonds of fered for redemption aggregated but $018.(HK), the greater proiwrtlon of which were from the settlement of estates. Money In London. 2 k(S3 V oent. Rate of dis count in open market for short and three month' bills, 2k cent Amount ot bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England on bal ance to-day. 20.000. Pnrl ndvleoa quote 3 oent at 102 franc 55 centime. Exchange on London 25 frano 30 centime. The Northern Paclfio Railway Company no tifies holder of the railroad and land grant general first mortgage 6 V cent, bonds of th predecessor company that they may now con vert those bond Into prior lien 4 V cent, bond of the present com pan yon the basis of $1,150 of prior lien bonds for each Sl.OIXI general first mortgage bond. Accrued interest, on the old bonds from July 1 to date will bo paid In cash attho time ol conversion, which will be made through the office of J. IV Morgan k Co. The right I reserved to withdraw thi offer at any time without notlco. Wirmlow. Lanier A Co.. tho Farmers' Ioan and Trust Company and N. W. Harris A Co. will pay dividend and Interest to-morrow on a number of securities, list of which are printed In another column. The aale of mining stock at th New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange to-day were aa follows: Open, Bilk- Ltm- rial- Smlee. A'asM. . Mt ett. int. non Alamo .06 .06 .06 .06 40oOonCl v... .81 .81 .81 .81 lOOOCreedoAOOr'k. .07 .07 .06 .06 lOOPorOand 1.46 1.46 1.46 1.46 BOO Mount Bo 00 .00 .00 .00 Total ealea. ClOOsharM. COMMERCIAL COMPKlfn. FanUT. Sept. 30. Gbain Wheat Spot qulot and easy. The sales were 240.000 bush., all for export, including 24,000 No. 1 Northern spring at 72kc. 16.000 do.. 40,000 No. 2 red. 10.000 No. 1 hard Manitoba. 8,000 No. SI North ern spring, 72,000 spring and winter wheat here, and 60,000 at the outport on private terms. Free on bourd afloat: No. 2 rod, 73 So. : No. 1 Northern Duluth, 78X0.1 No. 1 hard Duluth, 75ko. ; No. 2 red in elevator. 71ko. Future declined o. to ko. Future sales 1.125.000 bush., as follows: ISari Opening. Iligkett. I.ovett. Clonng. ivwaf, 8ptmber....71H 'Ik 'IH 72k December uek n8k 7H 18 fmk May 88 88k 88 88 MH Barley Was dull and easy. New feeding. SUV 87kc. coat and frrhtllt to Bnffalo. Ilye-AVaa easy and quiet. No. 2 Western, 68kc., fres on board afloat. Corn Spot wa. in fair demand and firm. The aale. were 288,000 bu.b., all for export, in cluding 18,000 No. 2 mixed, 84,000 No. 2 yellow here and 218. OOO at the outport. on private teims. No. 2 mixed In elevator, 84 ke. Futures were un changed. Future sale. 80,000 bu.b., a. follow.: LaH Opening. Highest. Lomtt. Closing. Kight. September .. .. 34k December.... 34k 84k 84k 84k 84k May ,iek 88 Oats Spot was less active but ateady. Th sales were 18,000 bu.b. None for export. No. 2 mixed, inc.; No. 8 do.. 26kc; No. 2 white. 2kc: No. 8 do.. 27kc.; track white, 12.000 at 2784c; track mixed, 1 .1100 at 27c. ; No. 2 white clipped, 2Ukc; No. 8 do., 2Hke. Future, wen unquoted. Further depression characterised the wheat, mar ket, owing to big recnipte of both winter and spring wheat, low cables, eorao foreign .piling early In the day, Felling by the Northwest, reports that Ru.aian cargoes were more freely offered In Liverpool at lower prices, and a lack of snap In the speculation. The primary receipt, were 1,641,088 bush., agniuat l,2r.2,oix) ibis day laat year. Tho Northwest got 1,288 can, against 066 this day laat week and J, 01)8 laat year, and Chicago 280. against 21 9 thia day last week and 208 last year. Liverpool fell kd. to l)d. on th spot and kd. to kd. for future delivery, Sartly, It la understood, because of expecta ons of large world shipments for the week. Paris fell ke. and Antwerp 12k centimes. The Northwest waa weaker for cash and futures. The Beptomber deal ended without sensstionsl de velopments. While there i. .steady export demand, le.R business was reported to-day. Still, the decline in the di.tant future, was hj no mean, marked. It was reported, too, that the export sales yesterday at New York alone ran np to 1,260,000 bush., to .ay nothing of the sales at the outport.. This looks as If Europe wanted the wheat whatever may be said or sung. The clearance, were 686,000 bush., which once would have looked big enough, though they .how soma falling off as compared with recent figure.. Iterln the day local miertttors of foreign houses were buying, a fact which tended to check the decline. The Modern Miller of to-day said: "Southwestern mills are busy, with a good demand for both export and domestic trade. Southeast ern mills are running full time and dispos ing of th bulk or their product, though the export demand 1. not etrong. Prices during the week have been advanced In acme mar ket., but remain unchanged in otben. The export demand for winter wheat and flour 1. strong at old 6 rice.. A good demand waa reported for flour at inneapnua to-dsy with sale of 40.000 bhls. Tba visible supply Is expected to increase for the week 760,000 bush., a. quit, a little wheat will go Into public warehouse, at Chicago for delivery. For the corresponding week lant year, however, the Increase was double what 1. expected for tbl. week. The Duluth atock ia expected to Increase about 8OO.000 bush., but no increase ia looked for at Minneapolis. Corn showed considerable steadiness, as crop sdvicea are not f.vonble and then is still a pretty good ex port demand. Liverpool declined k to kd. Oats were practically featureless. Chicago, Sept. 80." Wheat It was a very dull day in wheat. The fluctuations kept within kc. range, and the close on the active future, was only kttke. under Thursday, The Sep tember In most markets was decidedly weak, al though short, hen found no trouble in covering. The price after losing a cent ncovered it. There were large clearances, and It la expected that the seaboard for tho Bradstreet week will show over 4.000,000 bush, cleared. The shipping demand here was slnw. New York reported 45 loads. West ern ncelpta wen very heavy, and In two days the total at primary points has exceeded last year's by 700,000. Argentine shipments were nothing. Liverpool, Pari, and Antwerp wen all off a frac tion. The statistician, expect the visible Monday to increase around 760 000 bush. There were scattered nine West and Northwest, but hardly sufficient to in terfere much with the movement. Corn, after a very alow day. closed about when It left off Thursday. A little business was done with Philadelphia, 180,000 bush., 1 ut cash broken generally reported tba de mand very flat. Oats closed where they did Thura day. There was some September liquidation early, but the fractional decline was recovered." FLOtTB The transactions were on a very small scale, buyers showing little disposition to take hold, owing to the continued fall In the price of wheat. Spring flour .bowed depression which wss less noticeable on the whole in winter descriptions. Still, in view of tho continued dulnes., the tono was mora or less depressed throughout. Tho 118 were O.&oo bbls. Bhls. Harks. Receipts 8,213 1 11.801 Exports 8,706 23,778 Winter In bbls.: Superfine, B2.40i4t2.60; No. 2. ex tra. t2.4r,ltt2.6; straight., t3.25R.45; patent., t.i.rcsi3.N6. Spring in bbls.: Clean. tH:i.20; straight. t.1..10'ta.66; patents, .1.r.oiB.n.-,. Buck wheat was steady owing to small supplies, and closed tl-HO&tl-75 for ..pot and to arrive. Feed Was weak and dull. Western spring In 100-. sacks, tl8.60tl4; 200 -., tl2.76.tl3.26; wluter In bnlk. tl8itl7. Cotton Spot cotton here was quiet and 1-lfle. higher; sales 868 bales, Including 107 for export and 161 for consumption. Middling upland. r7-ilc. against tike, laat year; New Orleans and Oulf 6 11-lttc, against 8kc. laet year. In Liverpool spot cotton was in buyers' favor, hut unchanged ut 3H)d. Sal. 12,000 bales, Futures there opened steady and unchanged, but closed barely steady at a decline of lk to 2 k point.. In Man. bestir yarna were quiet but steady; in eloths orders wen at low limits. The Southern spot markets wen quiet and generally steady. Mobile and Charleston were l-18c. higher. New Orleans sold 1,800 bales: Mobile. HOO; Savannah. 701; Charleston, 78; Norfolk. U6: Gal veston. 1,782, Memphis, 2.(100; Auyustii. J. oil', and Bt. Louis, 160. The amount of cotton that came into alght this week Is estimated at 414, 000 bales-, against 868.088 In 1887; 3611,060 in lhlxl, and 218,451) in 18B6. The receipt, at the principal Interior town. were as follows: In Day. Last Week. Last Year. Augusta 8.888 2,41(1 2,108 Memphis :i,71S 1.M81 2.8211 Bt. I.ouls 1,344 Htl4 716 Cincinnati 460 868 207 Houston 18,881 17,101 8,472 The shipments from Augusta to-day wore 2.7H6 bales, Memphis 8n7, Bt. Louis 1,828, Cincinnati 4&il and Houston 1 r.,880. Port ncolpu to-day were UA.KIv bale., against 47,088 last week and :i:i,o-4 last year; total for the week 812.038, against 1 17. 601 last week and276,85H last year. The weekly in terior receipts were 255,511 bales, against 181,044 laat week and 174,274 last year; shipments 2OH.040 bales, against 148,1148 last wear and 188,806 last year; .took. 230,128, against 174,41)1 last week and 188,827 last year. Hou .tun ncelpt. for to-morrow aro estimated at 21,ooo to 21,6oo bale., against 18,816 last week and 12,21)8 laat vcar. N.-w Orleans expects 8,500 to 4, 6ot I, against 7,741) last week and 4,07 Isst year. The signal Service predict, rain to-night and Saturday In Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas aud Western Florida, .nil gener ally fair weather In western Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory . For eastern Florida, ahowe'S to night and Saturday, and for eastern Texas, pattly cloudy to-night and Saturday, with showei. in ex. trein. sast and on the Oulf. The rainfall for th iiast twenty four lioura Included 1.7tlof an inch at vi,:k. burg, Mlas.; l.o2 at Cairn, Tel.; 1.16 at Mem phis, Teuii. , 6.00 at Mobile, Ala.; 7. COat Cheney vtlle. La.: l.Bii at Waynesboro diy, Ark.; '-'no at Monroe, La.; 1.80 at Urinal. . Ark.; 1.80 at Forest City. Ark.; 2.52 at Warren, 'Ark.; .38 at Savannah, Oa.; a trac at Atlanta. Ga.; 01 ,)ka..u vtlle, Kla a trace at Jupiter, Fla.i .04 at Montgomery, La.; .04 at Chat tanooga. Tenn.: atrace at Knoxville, Teiin.; ,88 at Little Book, Ark.; 2.24 at New Orlraua, I,; 0i t Palestine, Tex.; .08 at (ialveatoii, Tex,; soui.- at Houston, Tex,, and eoine at New Albany, Miss. New Orleans, Augusta and Oalve.tou were unehangedou the .pot. Futures at New Orleans declined 4 points, recovered it aud advanced 1 point, but reacted ana declined 2 point.. Future, bore declined 6 to 7 point, but recovered the low and advanced 1 to 2 points, than receded and closed barely ateady, with price. 1 to 2 iHdnU lower for the day. The future trading waa a. follows: Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing, September 6.20 6.20 ... M October 41 6.30 6,15 6.2096.21 November A6.21 6.25 6.18 6.2;nr, 24 December (6.27 6.81 6.24 6.28'.-..a Janu.ry 6.8046.81 6.38 6.28 &.83(.'..84 February .... 6.41 6 34 6.884)5.88 March 6.40 6.46 6.88 6.42(46.48 April ... 6.48 6.41! 6.475.48 May 6.4WB6.50 6.64 6.47 &.61A6.62 June 6.64 6.6B 6.62 6.665.68 July 6.. 6.82 6.8J 6.6U$.1 Crt.tflf, fti th MlfeK M d.-flMMi- OWiM to II Am- cllnf In Urrrpoo., Mc rwcrtpfc. fwtmUj fiTonbM prlrete crop import.. nd moiwerlM local Mlluc TTin ntmuinuv nlly dn to hrrr nUnalnthn (tnir ftutA, and roimldt-nbl eoTflrlnc. Liverpool, too, ih aetlTr on the tpot and no IntM .n tbatpoal tlon. wtilla Mancbttr waa ntadj Orrak of late huTff tx titan t about lo.ooo balaa, It In tatd, to rover lehmKlr Home titn iro to the ('nt.nrnt. Junt at the moment thern 1 no general dlaio1t.on to go short heavily, operator feat-toe that the crop mar meet with a bad aetbark, which It yet poaalble, whnther tt in probable or nut. Furthnrmore, In addition to the heavy rain reported In Louiat ana, Alabama, Arkanaas and Tennaaaeo, tba ntimat Hervloe predicted rain and cooler weather In Texa and tile fwmthweet generally and rain alao In the eaatern, Onlf and Atlantic Rtatea, The temperature within twenty-four hour haa fallen lr. to 2nn In the MlMoiiri and npper Mleelaalppl Valley, and, needleea to ey, tho weather report are being eharply watched, for the eiae of the crop hinttca on the date of killing froat. Bttll later, bow ever, price agKd again on Now Orleans and Liver pool erlllng and report that the rain to-day were local and hail dono no damage. The generality of the trade here look for lower ftrlcra If there la no killing froat before Kov. 1. bnt a whole month Ilea between ue and that date, and of oonree no man pretend to foretell the future. Aa the cave atanda, the crop movement la ennrnioui, though It 1 believed to Include conaiderablc old cot ton, for there lean Idea that there wa considerably itn n cotton ralaed laat eeaeon than waa marketed then. The port receipt for the week were about M.-..IMM, more than laat ear. thoae of the Interior 1ona ho, oiio more, and the niniitity brought Into flight 68.000 more. Vet HI significant that In apite of thin big movement the market (ioaed only 1 to 3 point lower. Aberdeen, Mia., Bspt. 2V "Orp with ua ia 20 cent, ahort of laat year, but weather 1 perfect, and with a late fall cotton will Improve r to 10 V cnt" Ardmore. I. T., flept. 21. "Hlnoe lflt inat. hare had almoat perfect weath er for gathering crop. Condltloua could not be better. With a late froat we will hare a large crop. Planter are marketing their cotton at preecnt price, but any further decline would cause those who can to atore their cotton." Bos well, (la,, Bepi. 27. "Weather continues clear and dry. Local merchants afraid of cotton." West Point, Miaa.. Hept. 'i. " Itai.i" M-cin t" h sr.( In again; will do harm." Montgomery, Hept. 2W. "Confirm what I wrote on 20th Aug., rlit.: That the damage by rain will not amount to much, and wo may expect a good yield." Charleston, 8 V , Sept. 24. "A to tho Hem Ialand crop ontlook. Henry Frost k Oo. state : 'Throughout the week we have had clear and favorable weather, which la reported to have somewhat Improved the ontlook for the crop In (ieorgla nnd Florida. But t n the Islands of the Btate there la reported to be no improvement in the lu-omiecta of the final outturn, which are Bttll estimated at fully .'to r1 cent, short of the last crop.' " CorTRK Bio on the pot waa ateady; No. 7, nio. The salt's were MK) bags Uarncalbn and 2,r.oo baga Central American on private terma. Futurea were ynlct and unchanged to r potnte lower. The Amerl cun warehouse dcllveiiea were 12.22H bag. The fu ture trading wa as follows. Sn ... Hiphnt. LtnwtU Ctorinff. March tl.000 0.00 H.00 59M000 October 1.0OO r,40 B.4U 6.t"B.40 Kovember... 2,260 5.45 6.45 6.4096.45 December. . .4.260 5.H0 6.80 6. 76t.r..HO Bteadinesi characterlred coffee to-day. though it remained quiet. Havre wa unchanged, and Ham burg unchanged to $4 pfg. lower. The Bio receipt ran up to 20,000 bags, but on thn other hand the Bantos receipts dropped to ut.oito bags, against aT.OOO yesterday. Bio Janeiro waa dull and 76 rd lower, and In addition Bio exchauirc wa reported 8 5-62d.. or ft-ft2d. lower than yeaterday. Bantos waa quiet and unchanged. The Bio stock wa 49U.OOO and the Ban ton i.o,000 bags. It now seem that there was no ground fur the report circulated a few day a ago that the Brazilian Government was going to abolish the export duty. The October rccelpta ro estimated at 1,200,100 bags, against 1,300.000 for the same mouth Intit year. Some think the world's vlalble supply will ahow an increaae during September of about 460.000 bags, making it In the neighborhood of e,N7&.ooo bags on Oct. 1, against it, 000,000 on the same date laat year. There ia little disposi tion here to go ahort, but at the aame time it Is equally true that there is no aggreaslve trading on thn hull side, Mktalb Iron waa firm, flpot. September. October, November, and December, 9797.25. Copper waa unchanged. Spot, September, October, November, and December, 12491 2Hc. Lead was dull. Spot, September, October, November, and December, a.r)2443.tCc. Tin waa steady. 8poM6.15faie.224c; October, November, and December, i'(. 10 In.l'Oc. Bpelter wa Arm. Spot, September, October, Novem ber, and December. 4.H54.vOo. PnoviNioNri I Mvd waa inactive. Prime, $6.15; re fined for the Continent, $6.86. Pork was firm. Mens, $ft.509$P. Cutmeats wore quiet. Pickled hams, 7H''V'.. do. bellies, tvn-V.; do. shoulder. 444H'. Dreascd hog. nwr.Hc. Tallow, 8c. But-ter-(reamery. Western extras. 31c; first. lH((20c.; seconds, 17HdlHHc: third. trx-UHHc; State, extras, 20O2OUc; flrsts, lHrj tpc. thirds to sec onds; 151 18c Cheese State, full cream, large, col ored and white, fancy, 84H8hc.; cholce.Hc; good to prime, 74A8c; common to fair, 7SM0.t small, colored and white, fancy, BMM good to choice, BS RMc; common to fair, 7QI7NO. Eggs State and Pennsylvania, fresh gathered, fancy, 1 7Hj'l 8c; Western, fancy, 17c; fair to good, lrt&D'Hc. Chicago. Sept. 30. " Provieion were firm and closed at a small advance. The demand waa largely from October horta, with the selling br scattered holder. Considerable waa done in the way of changing to the deferred deliveries. A fair caah demand was re ported. Although hog receipt were liberal that market wa stronger. Estimated receipt of hoga for to-morrow. 18,000." Tobacco The semi-weekly sales included 600 eases 1807 Zimmersat 181918c.; 60 case 1805 do. at 20c; lOO cases 1887 Dutch at lflHc.; 126coee .8w7New England Havana at u20c; 276 case 1807 flats at 15A30c; 160 caaos 1807 Onondaga at 11918c; 100 oasce 1H07 New England seed leaf, 17910c: 800 oaaes 1807 Pennsylvania seed leaf at 11 Hit 4c; 125 caae 1807 Pennsylvania Havana at 11913c; 50 caaes 1HO0 New England seed leaf at 28930c; 70 casea 1808 New England Havana at 28948c, and 100 bales Sumatra, in bond, at 85c.9$1.7&. Chicago, Sept. 80. These were to-day' prices: Last Whfat: Opfning. Highest. towesU doling, Jraftf, Sept.... 644 6W 04 85 65 lc 82H 2M A24 624 82H May ... 64 644 0H 03T 64 f 'nrn: Sept.... 204 294 20 294 294 Dec... 204 204 204 204 20H May. .. 814 314 814 814 111H (tats: Sept.... 214 aiH 214 $14 214 Doc... L'"H 204 204 2M 20W May.... 224 224 224 224 $24 Lard: Oct.... 4.724 4.774 4.724 4.774 4.724 Dec.... 4.80 4 85 4.80 4.85 4.80 Jan.... 4.90 4.95 4.90 4.96 4.00 Ribs: Sept... 5.25 6.25 6.25 6.274 B.25 Oct.... 6.224 6.274 6.224 6.274 6.26 Jan.... 4.724 4.774 4.724 4.774 4.724 I-ork: Oct. ..$8.00 $8.05 $8.O0 $8.06 $8,024 Deo.... 8.124 8.20 8.10 8.174 8.124 Jan.... 9.16 9.174 9.124 9.174 0.124 OTHER MARKETS. Open- High- Low- Clot- Last ittfj. est, ett. vng. Niaht. Minneap.. wheat-Dec. ..604 504 64 594 594 May. .014 814 81 614 614 Duluth, wheat.. ..Dec. ..Ml 614 604 604 BOH May ..63 634 63 68 68 Toledo, wheat. ...Dec... 65 60 05W 6574 68 May.. .604 664 604 66H 684 Detroit, wheat.... Dec. ,654 654 664 65U 66W St. Louis, wheat. .Dec... .654 6544 66 054 0&4 I.lvr Stork Market. New Von k. Friday. Sept. 80. Becelpt of beevee to-day were ,:io head, including 10 car for export alive, 91 cars for city slaughterers and 20 cars for the market, and, counting the stale cattle, there were 40 cars on sale. Good to choice breve were steady; common and medium grade dull and 109 15c lower; rough stuff weak. Two car were held over. Inferior to choico native eteera sold at $4,4096.50 t 100 lbs.; one choice steer at $5.60; oxen and stags at $2.6o9$4.50, bulls at $2.60914: cow at $29$;t.80. Dreased beef waa in fair demand at 7U'484c. f ft., choice do. selling at 9c London and Liverpool cablen received to-day quoted Ameri can sheers lower at 1149124c. lb., dressed weight, refrigerator beef Hclllna at 04c. f ft. Rxporte to day. 146 beeves; to-morrow, 827 beeves aud 4,105 quarters of beef. Becelpt of calves to-day were 297 head, all for the market, and, with the htale stock, there were 777 on sale. Very Utile demand for the stock, and pricea barely steady, with 607 unsold. Poor to prime veals sold at $49$7. 624 per 100 fts.; 2 extra no. at $8; fed cave at $8.769$4.2; a car of good Westerns at $4.60. City dressed veals 09114c. per lb. Iter, ii.ts of sheep and lambs to-day were 5,61$ head, including 5 cars direct and -'14 car for the market, making, with the stale stock, 284 on aale. Sheep were dull and barely steady ; choice lambs a trifle firmer; other 10c lower. Six car of stock ware held over. Ordinary to good shueosold at $3.50 r$4.5'i fl 100 ftw.; inferior to choice lamb at $4.60 9$8 Dressed mutton, 6f84. $ ft.: dressed lambs, 7910.-. Bect-lpt of hog to-day were 2,804 head, and there waa about half a car on sale. Dull and weak at $49 $4.26 V ion lb. COURT OF APPEALS CALENDAR. The Court Will Convene on Monday and lluml Down Ileclalona on Tuesday. Albany. 8pt. 30. The Court of Appeals will couveno next Monday, and on the following day deoinions will be handed down. Thn calendar of appeals from orders for Monday is: Nos. 618. People ex rel. Doody vs. Bishop aud other; 12:11, Conway vs. the city of Bocbeater et al.; 12l0t. PeopleJ ex rol. New York Loan aud Improve ment Cuzupiuy v. Comptroller H Inula; 1249, Kit tinger v. th Bufialo Traction Company; 1802, in re application of taxpayers of village of Plattaburg; I804, People ex rel. the city of Auiat-idau r. Aa aeasors; 12H0, French va. Seamaim and another; 12ij, In the matter of the "state of Thrall; 120O, People ex rel. Speight v. Comptroller Coleri l hh. People ex rel. Tibbetta va. Ingeraoll, a County Treasurer; IHod, People ex rel. Curuwall va. Wood rufl aud others, as oommiisl"nera; 1IK0), People ei rel. Niagara ltiver Hyitraiille Company t. Compirl h 1 -It-. tn it; 1H4, the city of Johnstown va, Wade aud others; 1284, People ex rel. the Newburg Sav IngH Da ik vu. Pouk, a ABneaaor, aud other; 1800, PbopLe ex rel. Sweet va. Lyman. State Commlaaioner of Excise; 1201. People ex rel. New York Central and Hudr.Mii Kiver Hallroad Company v. Comp troller Itubflrta; 1287, People ex rel. the city of Bochester vs. Cue and another, as surviving $Worl 1810, People rx rel. the Young Men m Aaaitclatlon of Alltany th. Am o-airs; 1 2Hh, the Standard Fathlon Ojmpany vh. the Bit-gel-Ctioper O unpen y and another; l-u 1. in r .iiplti-a-1HH1 ! M h. who. People ex rel. Leet vh. Keller, as coiiinitiix'oner; 1812, in re opeulug of Luxingtin af eune Detriug va. Schreyer); 1208. In re appraiaal of the prop rtv of Murphy, deceaced; 131 J, Peuplu ex rel. the Oithollo I'nion of thed;yof Albany vs. A-meaaor; l.'O0, People ex rel. Arpiatrong ('ink ( om- fany v. Barker aud other, aa cumuiluiontia, 1808, ringle, aa executor, vs. the Loiur lalund Ballioad Cnmpunv dn re ai plication of Bidden, adiuiuia tratori; 1S14.111 m application of tirab; 1806, iu re eatate at tilbaou, deceaatsd; 1810, the People vs. Stock. The court will consider this calendar on Monday and the days following until It is flu Ished. Court Calendar Thi Day. Supreme Court Special Term Part II. Court open at 10:80 A. 14. Rx-parte matter. Kurrogate'a CourtChambers. Fur probate Will of Angelica Bitter, 1:80 A. M City Ouurt- Special Term. Court opens aft 10 A,iC UiUoua inO;$OA.M. I A'llliifi'" TO THK nOCKnOLDRIM or The National Linseed Oil Company. Th. nndor.ln.fl hsrs Im.ii rqnstd hr hold.n of l-rg atnnnnt of stock, and also br rrdltor ot th sbors nsmM Oompanr, to sot a. a Onmmlttss to nndsrtk the rcomnlnttlon of Its propartlr and to sffsct proper adjustment of its flnanctsl affairs. In order to aeenr concert of action amnn. the atook holder n re.ment h been deposited with th Central Trust Company of Kw York, B4 Wall Sti ct. Mew Tork Oltj, nnder the terma and condition of which holder of stock are requested to deposit with th Central Trust Oompanr of Mew Tork their certificates, Indorsed In blank, on or before October 1, ISO. Ttn.t Cnmpanr neeotlable receipts will be leaned for stock deposited. Copies of the agreement mar be obtained at th office of the Trust Oompanr or from anr member of the committee. FREDERIC P. OI.COTT, 1 Chairman. I ,,, MMI'EI, THOMAS, f HKNRY YV. POOR, J ADRIAN II. JOI.INE. Counsel. JAMES N. WAIXACK. Becretarr. 84 Wall Btrcot. Mew York. TO Tlllt HOLDERS OF Cleveland, Tuscarawas Valley and Wheeling First Mtge. 7 Bonds. The undersigned harlnc purchased from ths CIsto land. Lorain and Wheelin. Railway Compsnr Its First Consollilatcil Mortgage o per Cent. Oold Bonds, due 108B, reaer-cd to retire a like amount of Cleve land, Tuscarawas Vallcr and Wheeling First Mort gage 7 per rent. Bonds, foiling due October let. 1 SS, offer to exchange theso bonds for Cleveland, Lorain and Wheeling First Consolidated Mortgage o per cent. Gold Bonds upon terma which will be furnished on application at our office. BY THK REDEMPTION OF THE CLEVK LAND, TUSCARAWAS YAI.LEY WHEELING FIRST MORTGAGE 7 PER CENT. BONDS THE CLE VELAN D, LORAIN WHEELING FIRST CONSOLIDATED 8 PER CENT. GOLD BONDS BECOME AN ABSOLl'TE FIRST MORTGAGE UPON ALL THK PROPERTY OF THE CLEVELAND, LORAIN WHEELING RAILWAY COM PANY. The entire authorlted issue of these bonds will then be outstanding, constituting a yearly fixed charge of f 350.OOO. The not earnings of the prop erty for the past rear were approximately t4S8,000. Keen, Van Cortlandt & Co., 88 Wall St.. Kew York. M. T. Northern Pacific Railway Co., SS WALL STREET. NEW YORK. October I, 188. To th Holder of the Northern Pacific Railroad and Land Grant General First Mortgage Sinking Fund Six Per Gent. Gold Bonds. Holders of bonds of the above Issue are hereby given an opportunity to convert the aame Into prior lien 4 per cent. Bonds of the Northern Pa cific Railway Company, on the basis of 1.1SO Prior Lien Bond for eanh 1,000 General First Mortgage Bond. Accrued interest on the General First Mortgage' Bonds from July 1st to October 1st, 18B8, will be paid in cash at time of conversion. The right la reserved to withdraw this offer at any time without notice. General First Mortgage Bonds for conversion should be deposited with Messrs. J. P. Morgan A Co., cor. Wall and Broad Sts., New York Cttr. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, By C. S. MELLEN, President. AUTHORITY ON SECURITIES, Our " 40O Pacts Security Manual " 1b acknowledged by Bank., EumiuigM, the Prep and Bomrdn of Trade to bean authority on Hecurittei and tbn moitt con MUM and RtatlflUcally (cllablc publication aver la Rued by any banking limine. Thil book U Indispensa ble to the Investor and' operator In detrrmining the value of stocks snd bonds, and proven a valuable guide to successful purchases. It contains in detail earnings, dividends and prices for ths last ten rears of all Railroad and Industrial properties, enabling one to make purchases aa intelligently and profitably as can be done in real estate and merchandiae. ISSUED GRATIS AND MAILED FREE. BANKING HOUSE OF HAIGHT&FREESE 5S BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Boston, 85 State st. Philadelphia, .02 Walnut st Execute orders in STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN, COTTON, PROVISIONS. Margins, 8 to 5 per cent. Commission. 1-10. Branch office 1182 Brnsdwsr. New York. Daily Market Letter mailed free on request. Mortgages and Securities Of 1 lit! NewEngland Loan and Trust Company Collected and Investigated by JAMES N. BROWN & CO., BANKERS, 62 and 64 Cedar St.. New York. TO THK IIOLDERS OF Brown Brothers & Co.'s Certifi cates of Deposit for Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Go. Extension & Improvement 1 Gold Bonds. On presentation at our office of the above Certifi cates of Deposit, for indorsement, the Holders will receive payment of the coupon due Feb. 1, 1808, and Auk. 1, imuh, with Interest at it per oent. per annum to Oct. 1. 1A88. BlltlWN DROTIIKKS CO., NKWVOKK. BKOWN, SHIPLEY t CO., LONDON, New York. Oct. 1. 1BHB. Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Co. First Mortgage (Lake Erie Division) Bonds. The uuderaiicned, as Trustee under a Mortgage or Deed of Trust made by the Wheclinir and Lake Erie Bailway Company, dated July 1, ihmii, hereby ttives notice that the Coupons upon the Fir.t Morttfatf. Bonds of the Wluelinit and Lake Krie Railway Com pany i Lake Erie Division) which are due and payable October 1st, 1 hum, will be vald upon presentation at the office of The Mercantile Trust Company In the City of New York. The Mercantile Trust Company, Trustee. By LOU1H FITZOERALD. President. New York, October 1. 1BUB. DRAW 6 INTEREST. INVE8TMKNT C'EBTIKICATKfl pay fl per cont. SAVINGS DEPOSITS. $1 and uj.wanl received, draw ft per rent. Cnmitou-idm. hulf early. MONEY LOANED to puivhaae and iroprovrt hntue property. M nlinttiiii Heal Kaiati- & Loan Co., :.i Hfiiudw i.y, Nfw Yi.rk. Under Supervision of SUtu liaiikiuft Department. .Buufcrr Jttril -Brokcna. NORTON & TUNSTiLL, 33 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. Members of the NEW YOHK STOCK KXCIIAKOR. NEW YOKE COTTON EXCHANUE. Stocks, Grain, Cotton, Bonds &, Investment Securities. APPLY rtlU MABKKT LKTTKIl. efoan. MONEY loaned to person, temporarily enibar reaaed: strictly legal rates; cimfliU'iitlal. Potter building, & Park low. Mill tfnor, room 301. Copjuturrslup Hotirrs. f E. HAKVKY EDWARD F18K haa wlthdrawnfrom U our Ami and Mr. WILbUB C. Fltilt haa been ad- 4ft ., .. UAiiVKY euu. SUM. Oatebw 1st. ISM. ctlividradf and Jaterent. Wlulow, Lanier iCo 17 Hutu St., um oVo:Ikrr Sis?i uoimR " ? Clevelsnd and Mahonlnc Valley R. , Oo. Blsten l''v'lnd and PltUhurgh R. R. Co. rtenl. Mortcaa Dunkirk, Ind Real Estate ns. 1 renklln, Inil,. Cltr fie. tlraiul Rapid, and Indiana R. R. Co. First Morlna I nsnaranteeit 7s. First Mortr.e ITniruaranieSj F.t-Land itrnnt 7s. Orsn I nsven, Mich.. Funding Rs. Monroe County. Ino . Fundlmi nWs. rneliln. Col Hewer ns; Water Works (Is. Pittsburgh, Fort Wajne snd Chlcaiio Br. Oo. First Mortgage 7. Herlns 1), s..r,,nd Mortgage T, Rerles K; Interest Third Mortgsge 7a. Quarterly DlTt- dend IH per cent. Special Slock. ,, ... Oi'tnherM. Bedford. Did., fit, r4s. OreenAeld. Ind.. Mntilclpsl Xs. Series . Monroe County. Ind., County . ... . . October 4th. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne snd Chicago Ry. 0l gnarterly Dividend lk per oent. ReguTar Stock. - . . October nth. Pulaski County, Ind., Funding .. Pendleton, Ind.. School lis. Tipton, Iud., Improvement Bond its. October IBth. QreenSeld, Ind.. Municipal es, Serle 1. The Farmers' Loan&Trost Cat 16, 18,2022 William Street, Hew York COUPON'S AND DIVIDENDS DUE raOQj T()11EH AliE PAYABLE AT THIS QFFIOl ON AND AFTEH OCTOBER 1BT. 18B8. Al Bellnlie. Bridgeport A Martina Fxrrr St. lV. Qandutta Eloetrlc R. R Co. C'hlcsmo. BurliiiKton A Northern R R. Oo. Chlpiiown l'nll Water work Co. Cnrnoll Htenmlxint Co. Corry Wntor Supply Co. !ortlanrl anil Homer Traction Oo. Consumers' Gas Co. Debenture. Commercial Cable Oo. Kvansrillft A Torre Haute B. R, Mt. Vemon, Ktilllvnn Co.. Coal anii 1st General Mortcac Elm Ira Water Co. Hot Hprlng IB. D.I Water. Lisht A Power Oo. JeiTnrsoii City. Mo., Water Work Oo. Jofforsonville. Maillson A Indianapolis R. . Co. Kearney City Wator Co., Neb.. lt Mte. Keokuk Water Co., Cons'd Mtke. Marinette City Water Co. 1st fits. Monomonlo Water Co. lt Mfge. Mobile A Ohio B. It. Extension. Mobile A Ohio B. B. Car Tmt "N" and "P." Nownrk, Ohio. Water Work 1st Mte. New Phllailelnhla Water Works 1st Mtge. Olenn, N, Y.. Improvement Bonds. Ohio A Mississippi Rr Oo. Petersburg Electric, R Co. Pelhain Tarlt ft, B. Oo. Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago A St. Lonls r Co. 4 S per oent, scries "A'ran B." rhcenlx Powder Mnnufaeturlng Co. St. Louis Merohanta' Bridge Terminal R'y Os. Bt. Paul City R'y Co. Ban Antonio Gas Co. Victoria. Toxas. City of. West Virginia A Pittsburg R. R Co. DUE OCTOBER 2. 1866. Hornelle-lllo Water Co. Standard Time Stamp Co. DUE OCTOBER 15. 1808. Barahoo Water Work Oo. Eacanaba Water Work Oo. DUE OCTOBER 33. 1808. Westfiold, Town of. THB FOI.LOW1NO COUPONS ARB DUE ASS PAYABLE AT THE BANKING HOUSE 0. N. W. HARRIS & COMPANY, OCTOBER 1ST, ISM. " Ansonrtes, Wash., School District, No. 18. Centrevllle. Is.. Independent School District, Charleston, 111., Refunding Water. ( In balls County. Wash.. School District No. 50. Coos County. Ore., School District No. 41, CowlIU County, Wash.. School District No. SO. Creston, la., Indepeiulfnt School Dlstrlot. Davison County, So. Dak., Refunding. Dayton. Ia.. Water Works. Decatur, 111.. Refunding. Forrestun, 111.. Water Work. Fort Dodge Is.. Refunding Bond, 1 .!. Galveston, Tex., General Indebtedness, Funding. Greenville. Tenn.. Hchool, Si rle "A." King County, Wesh..Bchool District No. SO. Knoxville, Tenn., Pnbllo Improvement; Markall Schoolhouse. Lee County, la.. Refunding. Lewis County, Wash., School Dlstrlot No. IS CWla. lock). Mason City, IU., Water Work. Menominee, Mich., Refunding. Monmouth. 111.. Refunding Water. Salem, So. D ikota, Water Works. Sandwich. III.. Electric light. Bnring Valley. 111., WaterWork. Williamsburg. Ia., Water Works. York, Neb., Hchool District No. 13. Bef-ndlng. OCTOBER 1, ISM. Fergus Falls. Minn., Independent Sohool Durtrlet la funding. Sangamon, Til., Board of Education Sohool Dlstriok No. 1 (Auburn School Building). OCTOBER 6TH, ISM. La Monre. No. Dak.. Town Hall. OCTOBER 7TH, ISM. Marion County. Ora School Dlstrlot No. 14. OCTOBER 1STH, ISM. Bethany, Mo., Water Works. Westport. MoSchool Dlstrlot Befundlng. THE GALLATIN NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. The I 3 2d Consecutive Seml Annual Dividend. New York. September J8. ISP. The Directors of this Bank have this day declared dividend of FIVE PKR CENT, and an extra dirk dend of ONE PKK CENT., free of tax. payable on and after October 6 proximo. The transfer books will remain cloaed until that date. BAMITFX WOOLVKRTON, Cashier. k EI .AW A RE. LACK AWANNA I WESTERN B. . CO. AJ New York, Kept. 80, 1H. A dividend of ONp AND THRF.E-gUAHTERR PER CENT, upon the capi tal stock of this coropsny will be paid October 30. Transfer books will close at 12 o'clock October . and reopen October 20, 189H. FRED'K H. GIBBENB. Treasurer. COLCMBl'S, HOOKING VALLEY ANll TOLEDO RAILWAY CO. The interest due Octolwr 1st. 1KB, on the First Mortgage Extended Six Par Cent. Bonds of ths Oo lumbus and nocking Valley Railroad Company will be paid on and after that date upon presentation of th bonds at the office of J. P. Morgan a Co.. 28 Wall Street. New York, for stamping the Interest payment thereon. N. MONHARRAT, Receiver. MISSOURI, KANSAS ft TEXAS RY. CtS .S Wall St.. New York. Sept. 211. IDAS. The Coupons of THE MISSOURI, KANSAS ft EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY maturing Oct L 198. will be paid upon presentation at this office aa and af tor that date. 0. G.JBKDGE, V.-Preat. and Treaaru-er. OFFICE OF THE MADISON K(Jl AKll OAUUEN CO. The interest due May 1, 108. on the first inorV Kane bonds of this company will be paid, with inter, est thereon, at the Mercantile Trust Company on Oat, 1, lmiH. The equivalent of each ooupon will b ias.saw. JAMES C. YOCNO, Treasurer. Illinois Steel Company Non-Cmivortibl Debenture Bonds. Mlssissluul Illver liridge (nnipnny Flrat Mortgage Bond. Coupon on the above maturing October 1st, lsM, will b paid on and after that date at the office of Cl'VI.KIt, MOIUIAX A CO., Financial Agents. 44 Pine St.. New York. BuBalo Railwny Company 0 Par Cent. Dehent tires. Coupons on the above maturing 0 tolier 1st, 18114, will be paid on and after that data at the nfuee of CUYLKlt, HOROAN ft CO., Financial Agent, 44 Pine- Ht., New York. WnEELINO ft LAKE ERIE RAILWAY CO. Coupons due Fob. I, 18118. and Aug. I, 18HM, from Wheeling and Lake Erie Ry. Co. lat MUre ExUnsloa and Iniiirovement 6 per rent. Bonds, will be paid oa presentation at Central Trust Co. of N. Y. with Inter eat at 0 per eont. per annum to Oct. 1 , 1 hub. WHEELING ft LAKE ERIE RAILWAY CO. Coupons due July 1, 18U8, from Wheeling an4 Lake Erie Rv. Co. (Wlieellng Division) let lltue. r De cent. Oold B inde. will be paid on presentation a Central Trust Company of N. V., with Interest at per cent, per annum to Oct. 1, 188. Cltrttons ana WrrtiBju. THE LAKE ERIK AND WESTERN RAIL ROAD CO. Notice la hereby given that the annual ui.etinit of atockhoVler. of the lke Erie and Western Railroad Company will bo held at the oflloe of the company In Peoria. III., on Wc.luradsy.tbe f'th day of October. 18U8, for the election of Director, and the transsctlo of any other business which may properly come be fore the meeting. . . .. The transfer books will be closed at noon on Bas. urdav. Sipteuilier d and reopened at 10 o'olock. M. on Thursday, October Hth, 18K8. New York, August 21), 1HIM. L. M. SCHWAN.8ecreUry. Jfxiettu. I F you wsnt a patent quick call or writ to 1 LAWYER, room XI. 66 Liberty st..JI. !, ( 1ATENTS for inventions" procured promptly; low ratea BOEDER BK1ESEN, 8J Nsssau st.. N. Is F-tabliahed 18li. ettitt Juratture. ( FURNITURE Mil UltEAT VAfllMCrFAOs TUBa BY T. O. 8KIXEW, HI FULTON 81. Wnutrd to futrhan. J "WANT TO BITY cheap for caah. 1 UM Ml rf "j'.'S Play alms In pert n t i jndltlou. 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