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fj j-itAcrAij jy noMntunct.in. mK Ri.7t11.nAT. Kov. 10. fflf1 Thv.nmkpt for aecurltles htai been Bororolr fi ; ttHhl(i week. The iharpndrnnco In prices B fcllovrlnc tlio elections nnturally Invltod a euoJ 1 i dent of realizing, and this was followed by com IS roratlvtlrheavrnalesbrforelsndoalers.ehleflr 9 fcccauMnf tho extended tpeculatlvo position 91 ; at Berlin. The public, however. 1ms been a M buyer of slocks on nn aitenslve scale, and In W conseauencs forelsn oflerlncs and domes- S . tie spoculfttlro satos liavo teen well r taken. That the piibllo Is In the mnr- ket Is shown br the fact that prices I" respond promptlr to dovatopmHnts affecting TAlnes, which Is very often not tho esse when the speculation Is so narrow that manipulation li superior to actual developments. Theolrcumstances that hnvo Influencod the aellliiB of stocks this week hnvo been tho ro- 1 ports' fromahroad early In the week that the T'eace negotiation botweou the United Mates 4 od Spain might be broken off. the dlselosuro of I I the differences between the Northern l'aolflo I ff and tho Oregon Railroad and Navigation com- I f" panic, the abandonment of efforts to form a ateel rail combination, and further evidence of 1 f the un'snllsfactorr condition of the anthraclto fc cdal Industry at rotlooted In tho prices of IB the shnrca of tho coal-carrying roads, I under thn lend of Dolawaro and Hud- I aon. Notwithstanding these untoward do- -alopments. tho majority of the list closos I higher than on last Saturday. Tho eicoptlon- . ally strong features have been Atchison pre- I ferred, Chicago and Northwestern, Motro- rolltan Street Hallway. Teoplo's Gas, p- Ittssourl raclflc, Denvor and Rio Grande !t preferred, 'Wabash preferred and Hal- E tlmore and Ohio Issues. The trading I has been unusually well distributed and many f Issues generally described as Inactive have u rnado noteworthy contributions to the total j1, dealings. This Is another proof of the broad enlnc tendency of the market. fThe transactions In bonds have also been un usually large and prices liavo been well maln- 1 rained Thainvratmontdnmand for securltlt'S I ( has been stimulated by the extraordinary sue- k ten of two or three publlo olTorlngs of bonds dnrlng tho week. The numbor of Issues of j? stocks and bonds dealt In durlns the last six f days was the largest In the history of tho Stock I Exchange The transactions In both. howeer, have been oxeceded. logical deduction from the market as a wholo Is that thocon f fldenco Inspired by tho results of the ra L cent elections has not bocn Impaired by the f various untoward Influences enumerated ft above, several of which must be regarded as ' temporary. The condition of tho business 'r of the country continues satisfactory and 1 money rules at low rates In tho face fc of enormous borrowings here for European L account. Berlin In particular lias ob V talned. and Is still seeking extonslvo k accommodations here through tho exchange ; I market, at rates well up to the legal limit, jj E The loans that Europe has mado hero on long I exchange are a guarantee against tiny un- I , pleasant activity In the money mnrkct, for J I they can virtually bo callod, should an ad anco j , In excliange mako It profltable to rcallzo upon I the bills that are being carried here. J 1 To-day's market was fairly active, and In the t I main strong. At the opening thero was a break I t in Federal Steel Issues that unsettled the , -t entlro speculation. At tho decline the stocks f- mentioned wero well taken, a circumstance f that, together with nggresalve buying of i t Chicago and Northwestorn and tho covering ! of shorts, turnod the course of tho market. The $ weekly statement of averages of tho Associated Ranks was gonerally regarded as favorable. In r that It showed an Increase in lawful money of f over $4,000,000. Tho Increase in loans was not as largo as it has been for several weeks i past by nearly one-half. Tlieso two changes IF were reflected more accurately than usual In the deposits, and the net result w as an Increase f of $l.C55,O0O In tho surplus reserve. The v character of the statement was to an extent responsible tor the Improvement In prlee-i in li the latf dealings. The closing waa strong at t apout the best figures. f As compared with the final prices of last Sat- f unlay tho majority of stocks are higher. Tho more Important net adv nnces nro in Metropolis i- tan Street Railway, 0'. cent.: Atchison pro- ferrod. 4'.; Raltlmoro and Ohio. a. I. p., 4; t Northwest. 3': Denver and Rio Orando preferred. 3: People's Gas, a'; Paclflo imS. Mall. 1'.'; Missouri raclflc, 1: Wabash Bp 1 preferred, V; Manhattan Railway and Texas i' A Pacific, leach: Burlington and Quinoy. '; New Tork. Central, : American Sugar Refining. Jjjr Rock Island and Omaha. H ? cent. each. ml The noteworthy declines are In Federal Steel U preferred. 3H cent.: Delaware and Hudson, 1 I 3;NorthernPaelflc.2;UnltedStatesRubber. ', . 2S: American Tobacco and Federal Steel, IH mK each; Northern Pacillo preferred, 1.'.': Union " : Paclflo preferred. 1U; Reading 1st preferred, 'E U; Union Pacific, S, and Chesapeake and Ohio ?! F XV cent. IF. Kew Tork Stock Exchaage-Salai Not. 10. I. rKITXP STJkTES AND STATE BONDS IrN 51.000s). F 8 08 81.0 10 Al, class A ...108M I lOBMllOellTTtnnBetSi . . 04M 1 ci.osiko rmcxs or united states bonds. I ' Bit. MM. Bit. Alkld. t CoBtK.r. UnBtl.O, ft itlotO 08M 1MB 127 137M t ime.r. . 10f 1004 111M1124 f: TJBU.IBOS. UnBtSi.e, ft 16l8,c, 106M 105H ioo. ...111 H2M Cn St,4, r. Un Bt e, r, f 1M7 111H111M 18l. ...102 - rnBto.e. 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Dp 74 74X 74 74 76 JOOOBo Pc. 25X 26M 26X 26M 26W 85BboBy. . OX OX OX OX 051 1040boRyp. 37 37T 37X 37 38 430StW:SF 7M 7M 7.X 7H 7J 20 bt Lit a ristp. eau e si. 06X Gcx ee 800 M L ! 8 F2dp. 31X 31X 31X 31M 31H S0OBB4T 7X 7X 7X 6M 7 177CTCtI. 20X 30 20X 30X 30X 8BOTexPo 16X 16M 16X 16H 16M B270UnPo. 34 34M 33X 34W 34M 11810 CnPpr. 07W 07M 07JI 67H 67 900UP.D1Q 0 OX 0 0 6X 120U8Eip 44M 44"i 44K 44 46X 2B5UBRub 41X 41h 41X 41M 42.X 4B0DBRP.104X105 104X104K106 18H0 U8L p. 06H 67 06)i 60M 67 lOOWabMh Tii 7M 7X 6X 8X 2ir.0W.bpf. 22 22U 22X 22H 22 IB! H On T 03 03X b3 03X l3 BOWkI,E 3Ts 3 3X 3X 3J. lOUWALEp 18M 18' 18W 16X 10 iot.U.los. 240.006 lires I.ATXST QUOTATIONS rOR BANK STOCKS. Hid. Alkd. Hid. Atktt, America.. . 300 360 Manhattan. 200 250 AmsrEi . 172 M'k'tA. lul 200 236 Broadway 226 aSO'Mc'hinlci . 100 180 nuteh&Dr. 06 70 JMeih A.T 100 110X Central Nat 100 175 Mercantllo. 167 Chatham 200 - .'Merchants. 160 Chemical 3800 4000 Merch 1 110 City 1000 1100 Vrtropolls 300 460 Cltlicns" 130 Nassau. . 160 Columbia 160 100 Nat Union. 230 Coramsrco. 208 208'NewAm.t 278 Continental 128 130iNewYork. 231 CornEi 200 276 V YCountyl250 Eaft River 130 NYNatEx. 01 Fifth t 2000 3400'Mnth Nat, 76 00 FlmlSat 2000 3300 Vorth Am 136 136 lFir.tN.SI 130 160 Paclflo. . 180 100 ' T'rl nib St 160 Park . 340 366 FourthN.t. 160 100 People's , 200 385 OsllstlnNat 300 Pli'nli.. 00 06 Garfield V 1060 Republic). 167H OerAmer 113 Seaboard N 17B Oermanla 300 Second Vat 460 Oreenwloh 166 PecnthN. 130 150 UanoT.r 400 Shoe A Lea. 01 100 Hudson Rlv 100 hlsteofNY 106 116 ImptTr.d 460 400 Tradf.ni'a 1)5 Irving 160 1 (10 1 United 8t 036 K.therM 170 West Bids. 276 LincolnNat 760 Western t 160 OTIIXa IVACTITK ST001S. . C!on0 , Clenn) , Shi Allttd j Bid. AtUd Adams Eipl 00 111 iMsn Be.eh 3 6 Alb&Hus 185 - MdCo.lpf 47 ,2 AmHpMp At .115 Sr Tent . 4J 6 AmCahla 05 07 Mirli Cent 108 100 AmDIsTel - 36 M Hi I, 28 JJli Am Coal 120 140 'MAfitl. 3p (JOX Ul AmMaltp B2X 83X Mo. K A T 1 IX 1 1'i AmSkUp 87 88 MobJkO 27X 2B4 Ann Arbor 14X 16MMor4Es 176 177 BosAI.pf 100 VBUrch 4 4X Buff, RAP 28 36 NKtarchIp 65 n,IlPpf 08 76 N8tarcb3p 12 30 II,C1UN 86 -- 'NewOOoal 36 46 BeeihCr'fc.lOOX 102 N J Cent 87' 88X niiSo 64U 64S .Surf k 80 66 06 CintPac 27' 28 tlsdpll2 1 1 3X Hi A Alt pf 170 M VMl Ml 107 CfAbtlp 8.) ill M.l'Abtl, 13 11 IhASWplSfj 100 NY, I'Airtt J CI Pitts 172 I.lstp 71 BO OCA. 10. IX NI.OABt JOC I Dp IX 3 I L3dp... aa S4X 1 rCltlna r CWrtflf Did. Atlttd. Btt. Alhti. O, IIVkT. 3X "4 Out H.1..1 4K 7 0.1tVkTp 21 OR.!.... 60 60 OolkUC 4 6M0nNp. 74 70X OolMMp. 10H XT OraBL.... 20 31 CoraCable.176 P, DfcE.. 1 IM CLftWpf 44 40 PJcEast . 3 6 Con Coal... 60 r.rtWA0174 O.lkh.... 8 BXPCoasllp 80 82M a.IAIiP. 28 30 PCoast2p 60 02 BelO.s ,. 60 (12 P.OOAiStli 44 46X DkRO.. . 16M 16 PiltsfcWp B 10 DMAFtD 10 10X rennaCoal328 DM ArtD p 80 Quicksilver 1( 2 D.HBAAtl UH 3 Qulckstlv p 0 OX D.SSAAp 7 7? nens8ar,186 Slh At n 11360 It, W0. 127 EvATU 31M 33 HlPADul. 23M 23X EvATIlp 61 03 BtPADulp 01 02 rtPUp, 42 48 BtPA0pl07 170 FtWARO 13 14X 8tP.MAU172 176 OBarAWd 74K 70 Sth Av R R200 linci.nin 80X 02 BtJoAOI. 0 7 llorasitaka 67 StJoAQI HCBugar. 40 COX 1st p OOX 68X 111 01 lines DO 102 SUokOI la Cent. . OX 10 3dp 17K 18X KAMIoh 0 OXTolkOO, 16 26 R A Tern. 3 6 TolAOOp 40 KeoADU. 4 6 TerPLand 7M BX KADMp 13 16 UB Loath, OH OX I.EIW ,. 14X 14 Wells FEx.l 86 128 Lako Shore 103 105 Wis Cent. . IX 1?4 Lonirlsl 40 62 WlsCsntp. 6 LaclrdeOas 48 49 rniLADELPniA CLOSINO quotations. Bid AlUt. B(. Allni. LehlithTal 18M 18M E18TI 00m 60 50X FhllaTrao. 03 03X ElBBp ... 60M 01 UuTrao.. . 2HM 27 PenMnf.. 22H 22X EkPTotfa 04X 01 PaMf5....100 100X MetTrao.,.174X 176 WelsOoont 0 10 CT.fNJs 61X 61M W.libC.p 60 61 CTofNJBslOO 100X CamlrCo.. 30X 30K DOIaipCollOX 110 B.ltlrao.. 20K 2GTi WOLCe. 31M 32 Marsdsa. . 6X OX I.ATKST I.OVDOV QUOTATIOSS. Atehldos 1 OX Northera raclso. . 40X Atchison pf 45M Northern Paclflo pf 77 Canadian raclflc . b6X Ontario k West .. 10 Che.speakafc Ohi. 23X Penasrlvanla OOX Frieron 14 Rsadlnx 8X rleltpf 36'i ReadlucUtpf .... 20i( Illinois Central . .114X Ht Paul 11. M Kansas A Texas . . 12 South Rallwar .. OX LakeShoro 100 South Ballwaj-pf.. 30 LoiilSTiUe t Nash . 6 1 H Union Paclflc 36X Nets York Central .120X Onion Paclflo pf... OO'l Norfolk J. W pf.... 5QXiAluh pf 22M Final sales compare with those ot yesterday as follows- ,Vor. IJ. ,Vir. J9. !Cor. IS. .Vor P. A.TtlF. 16 16XNorfkWp 64H 64X A.TASFsp 44K 46 N Wcom. .137X 1 30h AmCotO. 33X 33 NPaocora. 30X 30J AmSRef 121M 122X NPaop . . 76X 75X AmBRpf. 111X 112 NTCent .117X117X AmTob . .137X 138X Omahac. 84X 86X AmSpM. 11X UXOntA.Weat 15 16M Brookltr. 00 00 IPeoOA. C.100 100H BJLO .... 51 62X PacMall . 38X P8H CanPae .. 84X 83H Pull P Car 130 130 C.Bk q ..11BX 118X HockIslandl07K. 108 ConOas. 187 186 Readlnc .. 16X 1 6X CheskO.. 22H 22't tte.d lstpf 30X 40 ChOW . 15X lSrifctPcom .U2H112H C1.LA.W 16X lOXSolt'war.. OX OX D.LkW. .141K 14U SoR'warP 38 37J. DelkUud. 05 00 Htl.SWp. 14X 14X PkROpf. 01 61iHUnIlkT. 7X 7X EricRR.. 13! 13s TexaePao . 16H 16M Frielntp.. 36K 3MT0kI 30 30 UenElec... 82X 82 (InPao 34X 34M GtNorthp.l30T( 13DX OnPacp . 67 67. KankTp. 34X 34XUb Rubber 41X 41H LoukNah OOX 60X0 8 Rub p. 106 105 LEkWpf 62M 06 jUSIeatnp 67X 60K ManCou. . 04 04M Wabash .. 8 7Js MoPao .. 30X 36X Wabaahp.. 22X 22M MetStRy.174 174.i W U lei . 03X 03W Nstl.ead .. 35H 34?iWkLUp. 1BX 18. North Am . 7 7 ' Goernment bonds strong The 4s of 1025 closed X "fi cent, hichor bid. Railway and other bonds firmer. Tho features were Baltimore ami OhloS V 1st Inc. series B, Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse fs. Colorado Midland 2-4s. I3ulflllIc. Eiansvllle and St. Louis 6s. t , r. Oregon Hhort Line Incomes B, Southern Pa rlile of Arizona lsts. Union Paclflo 4s. Union raclflc, Uenvor ami Gulf lsts, t. r.. Western N, Y. and Penn. eenarals, Wisconsin Cen tral lsts. t. r , Atchison and Wabash Issues. The more Important net advances were In Atchison General 4s, '.' V cent , to 07).; Balti more and Ohio b. W. 1st Inc. s. B. Ui. to t)l l : Brooklyn Wharf and urehouse 5s, X. to (mh : Loulsv Hie, Eanivllle and Ht. Louis 5s. 1 to 51:houthernPnclfloof Arjronnlsts. i.toll0X: Union Paclflc 4s. '. to 101 : W abash 2ds. X. toOl.1.. nnd debenture series B. !. cent . to 34'.. The noteworthy declines were In Atehl son adj. 4s. V cent , to 74'. ; Colorado Mid land 2-4S. ?. to 50: Orecon ShortLlne incomes n.'.to5UK: Union Paelfle. Denverand Oult lsts. t r '. to 81'.: Western Nowlorkand Ponnsyhanla nenerals, 1.. to DO. and Wiscon sin Contral lsts, t r.. X cent.,to01V. Commercial price of bar silver In New Tork, OO'.e. Barstlterln London elosed at 27 15-lttd. Mexican silver dollars wero quoted at 47J(c. Monoy on call. 2ta2h cent. Timo money Is emoted at ,'t cent, for sixty days and 3. Y cent, for four, five and six mouths on Rood mixed Stock Kxehanco collateral. Commercial paper Is Quoted at 3Sffl4 Y cent, for bills re ceivable; acceptances and prime ainclo namos. 3l.fS4 cent. : other names. 4(S)4)i V eent. I'oroliru cxehnneo market closed dull at un changed ciuotntlons Posted rates of exchange were: Sixty dave. S4 .. and sleht. $4W,. Actual rates are: Lone bills. $4 8Jffl$4 82!.; Mnhtilriifts.$K"il.4 8"),. and cablo trans fers, $4 8lli(3$4 BOH: frnncs are quoted at ri25fS,'i24;, for lonu and 5 22tafflft21'.' for short ; relchsmnrkB. 04 3-ltV1)4 5-lH for lone nnd 04 5-li!5 for short: guilder. ."(SIMS 311 15-1(1 for Ions and 40 UWfa)W,i for short. Domestic exchange on Now York : Boston IVaH centa discount. Charleston Buying. '. illhcount; selling, par Savannah Buying. 1-ltl discount; selling. 75 cents premium. New Orleans Bank, par: commercial. 31 discount. , Han I'rancisco Sight. 15 cents premium: I telegraph. 17). conts premium Ht Lnnls 10 eeiits premium. Chicago Jo cents discount. Cincinnati Between banks. 25 cents premium : overeounter, COeonts premium. The vvekly statement ot averages of the Clearing House banks shows: .ov. It. .Vor 10. Chaniitt. Loan. 1HR7,8H7,400 $n i,7rin,(io Inc $',,8 I7.H00 Ilrpn'ts 777,00(1 DOO 7HCI,412,l.ill IllO P,413,P0I Clrl'fu IB,7HI1,I0( l.'..ll7 1,100 Iiic 1H.-.000 L'gt'rs. B2.H-,-, 800 r.1 H32.IMIII In.. 1.0lil,2(IO bpeele lf.,40ti,ooo in 1,3 3,iii)ii Inc. 3,H47.'IOO Res're S2OP.2ill.h0O $21.1,27r,.00 Ine 4.O13.R0O Re'er'd. IP4,.'5ll,OOU J0rt,llO4,32n lno 2,3liH,22R Burp's fls.ou.MOO l(i.n7,i;r, inc. l,r6,&7r The surplus a year ngn was (23,40(1.230, and two years eo 1211.30.1,575. Tholmiiortsof general merchandise. Includ ing dry goods, nttlioportof New York Inst week wero flO.3117.370. ncnlnst 18 501,700 the pre vious week and $5,600,301 for tho corre siiondlng week of lant yeai The imports or specie for the week were $125.013. of which JIOI.'JHU was gold, making total specie im ports since Jan. I. 5101,01)8.3, ll. Exports of specie were: Gold, SI. (too, and silver, JHI'l. 0112. a total of J844,OK2. against SKI)."..- 1 HXO the previous week Theexpoits of specie slneo Jan. 1 have been: Gold. $U2,'il.2'i4, and silver. $40.8tO.HS7. n total of J.'o,101,22I. i In thooutHldninarketliluwwetiugarReflnlng I common Isquotid lit (ITi'.fSlMi, nnd tho pre- , ferred at 107 yi107V btamlard Oil trust eei tll'inteselo.ed at ilOVSMll1.: Stnnduul Uas ' lonimou at VV(a'7, und the preferred at 1.10 n) ISO: Mutual tins nt 315(ffi3.IO: Amstor dnm lins nt 'Siiv'Sl . inefeired OiVnllOS, and tliehondrtutl01'.-SJOIt.: t'entrnl I'lilou Gas bonds nt 1()4 Vu104: llrooklvn nnd Nw York I'liriyat 3n'.M0',nmMlie iionila uV:i,(afM; (onllnental Tobacco nt ;Wi73m ,, and the pre ferred at MJSCMJ: Kulnkerlioeker He at 50 iS.VJ i. nnd tho preferred nt 7tlffl77 The Ftimnrial thronirle computes the cross enrnlngslor hepteniberof 13,'iinllroadsat SWJ, H20 77.', an Increxeof S1.7lit.448nspompHifd with tlio Miniii inoutn of last rem, uud net S32, I 121,'.t7H. an Increase of $1.2M.(HH. For the nine months ending Sept 'M the gross earn ings ot I4H rnlltonds were $741.250773, an In ci ease of J.10,642.0'11 as eompared with the eorieepondlug perind of last ear and net J232.7o5.512. an Increase or $16.iJ.r3,7:n. The Chicago and Intern Illinois Railroad reports gross earnings for September of $30i), 2iU. mi Ini'reaso of $40,70.1 us compared with tho name mnnih of last )e,it', ami net $lKt),tOr), .111 Incrensenf 511,130 l'nithothrro moiiths inline !ept 30 the ciom earnings were $1.0iI.(137. mi increase of $17.1.342 as mm IMrtd with the eoi responding period of lit jear, and net 4s)4,()74,nti Inci rase of $105,777 The Baltimoie and Ohio Hiilroad reports f;ross earnlnfs for September of 2,C3H.2i 1, an ncreasu of S102.521 as compared with the same month nf last year, and i.et $732,077. an Increaso of $37,001 J or the threo months 'piling Sept 30 the gross earnings were 57, 343.720, un Increase of $J02.I57 as compared with the corresponding period of last year, nnd net J1,H 14,740, a decrease ot U32.183. I The Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago and bt , Louis Ilillinnd reportsgrossearulngs for Oetn berc.f J1. .101.7211. 1111 iiiereaso of $HW.tl4'l :n. ! 1'iimp.ired with the same month of lost unr, and net H.H.H7.1. un Increasw of 217..H1 For the ten months ending Oct 31 the gross earnings were $13,2H0,40iT. an Increase of $1,084,081 as compared With the correspond ng period ol last year, and net $3,810.86-', an I iucrtxss of 2!J,213. rixedclmrceo wsre $2,807.- 1 rtgllISWISilMliSBJISBBaiMBMStlBMtSlShBaSMBaBB 610. Icavlnu n surplus of $1,003,352. A t!o. I crease of $155,812. The Contral Pad do rsporU irross earnings ' for September of $l,4Ki.754, nn Increnao of $.12,3011 as compared with the Bnmo month of last jour, mid net SU3.1.rj;l. n ileereawi of $12.i,8J0. For the three tuontlis ending SoliU 30 tho gross oarnltigs wero $4.2.(11.887, n de cronso of $50,300 as compared with the cor responding period of last year, nnd not $1,700. 100. a decrease ot $32(4.173. Tho Pittsburg and Wcstorn Railroad reports firOHs enrnlnps for Septembor of $ (00.130, nn nerensoot $12,3.10 as compared with the samo month of last year, nnd nct$H.t,723, nn Increase of $18,203. 1 or thn three montlis ending Hopt. 10 tho gross earnings wero $804.lUM,nn in oreaso nf $37,040as enmparod with the cor restondlug porlod ot last rear, and net $248. 8.)0. an Increaso or $17.U2l. Tho Cincinnati. New Orleans and Texnn j Railrond reports gross earnings for October of $40H1 12. an Increaso ot S8.H.010 ns compared with tho same month or last yenr. and .net $1.10.KlM,nn Increase of $31. 04 1'or the four months ending Oct. . 'II the gross earnings wero $1,'I75.23.1, nn Increaso of $411,385 ns com pared with the corresponding porlod of lost year, nnd net $.181 1,070. an increasoof $li0.3t.'l, Tho Colorado Midland Railroad reports gross . earnings forHoptember ot $157,304, a docreaso ' or $3,508 as compared with the same month nf Inst l ear. nnd net$:tli.OS8. a decrouse or S4.025. For tho throe montlis ending Sept. 30 the gross earnings were $420,050, a decrease of $57,231 ns compared with the corresponding period ot last year.nnd net$73.0U'J,adncrcaioot$51,5Ht, The Minneapolis, Ht. Paul and Haulle Ste. Marie Railroad reports gross earnings for Sep tember of $50.',3l, an increase or $00,433 as compared with the same month of last year, nnd net $251i,4H.I, nn Increase of $50,050. For tho three months ending Hopt.30 the cross ourulngs wero $1,130,584, an increase of $80. OHO as compared with the corresponding pe riod of last year, and net $400,574, nn Increase ot $.11,420. Tho Burlington. Oednr Rapids nnd Northern Railroad reports gross earnings tor September of $333,508, an Tncroase ot $08,103 as com pared with tho same month ot last year, and net $103,402. an Increaso or $07,480. For tho nine months ending Sept. 30 the gross earn ings were $3,220,807. nn Increase ot $204,022 ns compared with the corresponding period ot last year, nnd net $1.011,00.1, nn increase ot $120,180. The Raltlmoro and Ohio Ratlroad Company reports for tho yenr ending Juno 30: ISO. 1)V. CXtngu. G's earn'KS.X37,723.7H7 $2B,r,s,t23 lno. t2.140.ena Op. rip's. . 20,2711,0111 20.013.0U8 lno. 268.UP7 Nete'n'g..7.449.tle R,B70,028 lno 11.87e.nfl Other InCe 1,017,477 1,040,71(1 Dc. 23.338 Ml Inc'me $8,464,1711 $0,010,744 lno. $1,858,428 Deduct for Waah'nbli 137,401 10,764 Ine. ilo.er.l Avail, inc. $0,1180,708 $6 6li3,DU0 lno. $1,742,777 All Used charges 8,140,727 7,771,111 lno 07B.610 Surplus.. $100,040 d'm.177,121 Inc. $1,(107,101 The receipts of the Government to-day were: Customs. $000,770; internal revenue, $755. 175. nnd miscellaneous. $57,030. a total of $1,413,875. The disbursements wore $1.1156, 1)00. an nxcCHH of expenditures over receipts of $242,125. The receipts or the llscal yenr to (Into hnvo been $101,307,008. the expenditures $272,330,523. un excess of expenditures over receipts of $81,0.11.055. Tho official count of cash In the Treasury to day compared with that otlast Saturday shows: .Vor. if. .Vor. 19. Gold coin and bullion .$342.8or,nor, $241,3HC,01 Kilverdolla-sand bullion 8,310.644 8,07,051 United Ktatfti liotes 17,107,441 lo, 848.814 Other cs.ets, less de mand liabilities . 31,178,350 39.881,170 Available cash balance, inUlHllnitguld r.errc.$39f,403,24fl (205,082,085 1 he Treasury to-day received $80,000 In pay ment of new ,1 t cent, bonds At the New York Hub-Treasury $300,000 In gold was deposited against the transfer of small notes. $200,000 going to New O'leans and $100,000 to Minneapolis. Domlntck A Dlckerman announce that owing to tho destructhin by tire of the building at 74 Broadway they have leased now offlcos at 100 Broadway. Money in London 221V V cent. Rate of dis count In opon market for short and three months' bills 3W V cent, rarls advices quote 3 V cents nt 101 francs H7S centimes. Ex change on London 25 francs 34 centimes. 11. &. 0. Randolph offer at 08 flat $250,000 Lvansvlllo and Terre Haute Railroad Company first general mortgage 5 cent, gold bonds due April 1.1042. The company reports for tho onrendlngJune30last a surplus of $127. 472 over its fixed charges. The cross earnings fnr tho first seven monthsof the current yenr show an Increase of $72,000. or about 7 cent. The property Is administered by the Standard Oil Company. The sales of mining stocks at the New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange to-day were as follows: Opin- ltio- Lttt- C7.i- SaUt. Sent. g til. lit. ng. 500 Beat Belcher.. .42 .42 .42 .42 500 Cripple Ci'k on. .00 .00 .00 .00 1000 Iron SUrer. 76 .75 .76 .76 10O0 Leadville OB .00 .00 .00 loot) Utah 17 .17 .17 .17 Total sales. 4,000 sharsa. COMUEROIAt, COMPKHJ). SaTUBDAT. Nov. 10. Gbain Wheat 8pot was fairly actlv e and firm. Sales. 500,000 bush, for export hero and at the outports, Including 480.000 here. No. 2 red In elevator. 74 Mc; No. 1 Northern Duluth. lWc. over December, f, o. b. November: No. 1 Northern New York, le. over December, f. o b. afloat to arrive. The Northwestern receipts wore 1,405 cars, against 1,220 last week and 1,172 last year. Chicago received 223 cars. ngaiiiBt 305 last week and 138 last year; estimate for Monday. 350 cars. Futures advanced c. to Ho . then reacted nnd closod unchanged to '.o lower, with sales of 810 (XX) bush. After 'Change December on curb was 73 1 l-lf!fa73 15-10c.. closing 73 15-10e. Prices us lollows: at Opening. Highest. T.ntetxt. Ctotxng. bight. Deoember7KM 7814 7SH 7BM 7ai March 74M 74V, 74t 74J 74'J May 71H 71H 71 71 71. Oat wero quiet on the spot but llrxn. Sales 44,00 I bu.h No. 3 In elevator 30t1O'(c.j do. delivnitii. 3l.il!-ic.; No 3, 3o ; No. 2 while, 81c : track and ungraded white. 304841.0. Futures worn nominal. Barlov waa quiet and Arm: new feed, 40 442c, e. 1. f, Buffalo. Rye wasatead) : Nu. 2 Western 64'4., i.l, t. Buffalo. Com was In moderate demand on the spot and firmer. Rales 380,000 bu.h. torexport lu-re and at the nutports. Including 108.000 here. No. 2 In elevator, Deoember price. No. 2 ellow, IHc over December. No. 2 white, IWc. over December, Futures advanced 14c. to He. but reacted irulitly, closing He. higher, with sales of cn.ooo bu.h. Prlies as follows: af Opening. Highest. lotcest. Closing, bight Dtcember. 8KK .WW ,18' aH nsjf Mar UOH 38?a UV'i Bii't 31) Wheat was dull, but sllghtlr higher at one time, owing to buying by the Continent, a firmer marVet at Chicago, large cxiiorts for tho week and covering of eboit. Tho world a shipments for tho wees were estimated at 8.400.000 hush., against w,000 000 a year ago. Hut later on a reaction took place on largo recelpta, lower cables and selling by local scalpers. Liverpool closed Md. to Hd. lower, and Paris fell He. to fc, for wheat, and 5 to 25 centimes fni flour. The Northwestern leretpta for the week weio H,a84 cars, again. t e.724 lsst ear. The exports fortbeweek wernr, 11711,141 bush .against .1.884,5118 In the pre vious wirkanl tl.nna.TPS la.tycar Coraadvanied fractionally on a riso ot t.d, to 'id ul I.lTer pool, unfavorable weather at the West moderate re relpts nnd covering of .hort.. The exports for the wctik were lsrger. amounting to 8.5U1.7J4 bush , against 2,142,745 last week and 3,200 71)0 latt year. 'ihero was nothing doing In oats Chicago, Nov. IP 'Wheat ruled string to day and i Intel with an adv sure of 'ic. to 4fc. over yiderdar. Out.ldo trado ai oxtremelj limited an I the billing was bv local iiiotc-simul., suppi)s4 d to 1 1 foi short account, Tho M ii option drugged i lo.lug I.e. to V4c. lictter. In tytu rjtliy with the strength in December, which la ltigdy due to the small storLs rf contract grade in .lore. New loik reportfd 00 losds for export, bales hero were small Liverpool and Parl.weie both a shade easier. Vrtraaryreielptecontiuu large. T lie ben posted elevator people in Mlune.otaestl mate the storks In country houses in the Northwest at 15,000,000 The stock here will probably show a decres.o on Monday and the visible, but little change. Corn advanced Ho to He , with considera ble tmieiee in the speculstlvo demsnd, though largely for lot nl account In the lsst two darstue loial bull Interest, whlih llqulda'cd freely during Hie early pat t of the week, roplacsu their holdings, inmieni ed by reiterated reports of exteii'lye damage to the outstanding crop In a large portlou of II e u r ritnry tributary to this iii.rlit Recrluts arc light and cnuutrvnnerings small Shipment from hero to day 550.O00. Pales for .hlpment hero to da) were about aoii.onii. The stuck In slots her Is expei ted t show a derrtase Monday of over 1,000,000 bush. Oat vt em !i to Me, higher, 0,s!i lots sold above the May price " Fl-our-Dull, bnt steady, Balea 8,000 bbls. Re ceipt werni5 654 bbls and 21 8R5sscks! exports 0.5H4 bids and ip.Mnt sacks Winter In bbls. Su perflne. J r.i)2 o, No, 2 extrs, 13 noa2.70! clears, S3 lOtst.lJI,, straights, n H',3 45, patents, in oowta 75 Boring In bbls i Clear.. 52 IO Jf 3 10, stmlglits.S I 254.l 5 pstrnts, in S51S8 85, lluik wheat Ilnurwsstlrm atSJforspot Rye nus stealy l atu 0aaa5. t orTPN bput cotton hern was unchanged wild sins of roil bale. for. pinning Mlddllnguplsnds 5He , against 5 1,1 1 Hi Uit j ear. New Orleans and Oulf, r.Hc , ag.lnst il 1 lno The Siulhcrn sunt 1 market, were unchanged Memphis sold 7,ihhi. baU. New Orleans 2,'ioo, Oalveston His, Augu.tan.ti and HI tools 540. Llveipooladvsnced I 12d un the spot, i wllh sales of 1OO0O balest futures sdvanied 4 tolhi point. Memphis received today il,3JS bales, agalLst 5, 811 last weekand .'..bltilsst is i. Houston 2o,s04, i aglust33.6sula tweekatd Ifi.Hli lant jesr Mem phis shipped 4,18 1 uud Hou.lcn 2H,24 I'oit re iflnts 72 H4 sgllnst HO.'JOll list week and HO 315 Ist year Pott xtorts apitrmlui. ted fii.oiio New ' Olleans eipfiU mi Monilar i.iniii to 'junon HLlll.t 17 217 last veil ,.,! 2.' u'.ii Ih.i il"f Iflllxtoll t.xtcts 22 simi t 'irtio .-Miil.t II, I nl last irrek ami I U h.l ntr Tin ttr'tnirte slat, s tha rstulia.be n tw'v gttitrbl ri mug the week and that the gather n. nf tuotrop has been Interrupted at many pcluts Ibat thn nsr k 'ting of cotton contiuues on a libeial Msle ivirt ejpji is thus far this season, 2..IJH.557. sgilust 2 154,. IBS bales thus far last season. World's vlo.blo sup- plV 4,6an.7W, sgalnsi B.337.81S l this dale last r. New Orleans declined a points I'ulnres here declined 1 to 3 points, and closed steady. Prices s follows: ... Highest, liireil. C oimu. Novemlwr.... . J. I45 lieecmbor run n.in 5.inir,,l7 Jann.rr 5.21 5.20 5 20'r. 21 February 5.27 6 2H n.34V2."i Msrch a.io 5.211 r,.27r,,an April ,,i.i .6.B4 5,nt 511114552 May..... 5.H7 r..:u r.-.n5:m June 5.40 5.'ih 5n6ai Julr, 5.42 5 40 5 41(1(5.43 August 5.47 5,44 5.451. . Beplember 5 4H r, 411 5.4595.47 October . .. 5.40 5.48 6.473 4 Cotton felt tho effef ta of better weather at the South, predictions or falrwcalher during the next Ihlity slx hours, and Liverpool, Kouthern, Philadelphia and local selling. Accordingly prircs deillned Tho Idverpool news was rather disappointing, and sonio recent hovers took proBM. Still tho dicllne wa i alight, and toward the close thero was s small rill) . '1 here was a fair demand for looal account, Including some commission house buylnx. The moein( nt for the week Is expected to show a slight railing oil. Augusta, Nov. 18. "Italus contlnuo, Think re ceipts will fall off rapidly. My njilnlon of yltld changing" Memphis. Tcnn.. Nov. 14. 'Ho not believe frost did serious ilaraagn general. K" .as very few tlntres ate shovrlug on this inaraet. vm all sides we hear of enormous Mild and great scarcity nf labor If picking rorco could bo doubled for a few weeka It would matetlslly Inceaso total amount marketed. Up to aliont a week ago wn had two to three weeka of beautirul weather, since I In u one or two days of heavy rsln. tirade of our oner- i I nit" Is low, and staple unsatisfactory Wn look upon ' 1 1,600,000 aa a fair estlmste, If not a minimum ono ' Albany, O., Nov, it'--" Ilavn had rain u lliren nf last four daysi ro.d. ale In none too good condition, consequently local receipts are losing every day as compared with la.t year. Quality continues In ferior. ' ., .. I CuFTi-Bln on the spot waa firm at 6liil'c for No, 7. Futures detuned 6 points and oloeed quiet, with ssles of 4,760 bsgs. Havre declined "4f. sud llaniburgMpfK. American warehouss deliveries 10,101 bogs. Rio was gulet at 2U0 rels declines re ceipts, s.ooot stock, 877,000, exchange, 8 21 32d., , a decline or 1-ltld. Santos waa quiet at lno rela di clluas receipts. Iti.OOOj stock, 817,000. The fntura trading her was as followsi Sans Highest. Invest. Closing. January 6u0 6.45 5.45 5 40'js.r.o February, .. 750 6.65 6.60 C 611645.65 Maixh . 760 6.1.3 5 110 6,0'6 115 My 3,350 n SI) 5.75 5.70f5 75 December.., sou 5.85 r, a." 6.80U5.B5 Lower cables caused a slight decllno in coffee to dar. The flowering, It Is believed, has passed off well thus far In many districts, which offsets the small receipts atltioand Rantos. For four days of this week the receipts have averaged 10.800 bags per day, agaln.t 84,800 In 18R7aud 41,100 in 18H0. The small move ment la attributed by some to tho cheapness of thn price, but others contend that It Indicates a crop of less than u.ooo.ooo bags. Navai, Hronrs Spirits firm at 87i(nSc. Kosln steady at l,4Vt!.60 forivntmon to good strained. l'novistOKS iArtl wssitutet: prime Western. S6.20; rlt, 4.no. tintincntal refined, S5.46. Pork was ateady at $K.50(?D for mess Meats ware qultt; pickled bams, 7Mc. do. shoulders, 4c: do. belllos, M''c. 'lallnw. nvc. Dressed hogs. 'ittr. Uutter Creamery, Western, extras, 2 J4c; do. firsts, 3U33Ko ; Btate. ftlust. 2222l4c. Cheese Stall', full cream, large, coloied or whltt, fano. li'lc do. choice, uwldsi do. small, fancy, li(o. Lggs Stato and PennsylvsuiA, average best, 24s.!5c. Western, fresh gathered, firsts. 23!23ic. Cbioago. Nov. lis. ' Provisions were higher. Belling by peckers nu offset by the rise lu coru and covering of shorts. T here was a moderate cash demand." Ruaan Raw waa Urni at 4!ic. for PS' test and 8 15-1 He. for 8 test. Refined was firm and more active. European cables worn higher. Chicaiio. Nov. IP. These were today's prices: Last MTuat : Outning. Highest. LoKtst. Closing, bight. Nov . . . ilfiM tti Dec ... MH nut, nnu mi!, mil, May. 8M4 06H er.H on d-ili trn . i Nov. . 13 82K ' Dec ... 33M 38 52t 13 2?s May. . 88H &H 81H 84'4" 8iv Oali: Nov. . . . 25 34 H Dec .. 25 25M 36 36W 2H Usy . 25s 35H 26H 2&H 25H Lard Nov. . . . . . 4.90 4 85 Dec 4.87W 4 00 4 87K 4.00 4 85 Jan . . 4.024 4.0714 4 U2Vi 4.U74 4.WJS' Ribs : Dec... 4.50 4 60 4 60 4 60 4 43K Jan .. 4.::4 4 &7H 4 MH 4.67i 4.52 lj I'orh. : Niv . . S7.00 7.83W Deo.. ..$7.86 $7.00 $7.85 7.H0 7.H3V Jan . 8.V5 U U3ti 8 V2H U 031a 8 ll- May .. 11.20 0 22V U.20 0.20 U.12VJ rrMr society is noisa. Thanksgiving, with its family gatherings, will bo welcomed as n relief nfter the stir and hubbub of Horse Show week. Tho country clubs will havo a short leaso of renewed llfo from Thursday on until Mondnj. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt will entortalu the mem bers of the various Vanderbllt fumilies at din ner on that day. and Dr. and Mrs. YV. Seward Webb wlllre peat their Thanksgiving banquet of last year on a wholesale sealo at Shelburne Verms. Yt. Among tho Innumerable projeoted little feasts or the day Is a lunchecn. to be given by llourko Cockran for Mrs btuyvesnnt Fish at his country house nt Sands 1'oint. After Thanks- Slving there will begin the luncheons, teas, Inners. dances, opera and supper pirtles of wlmt Is likely to be the gayest season on record. The success of the Horse Hhow nugurs well for the winter's gayetles. Mis. Ogden Ml'ls. Mrs. Henry Bloine. Mrs. Uronson. Mrs. Ed mund L. Dailies ind all the loaders of so ciety were lu evidence durlno-the weok. Miss Virginia 1-alr wore the most gorgeous costumo seen during the week. It was of black net, en iTUsted.ulth steel spangles and made In sheath fashion. 1 he sweeping tlounco was over an other of white accordion pleated mousselino de sole, edged with a broad ruche Tnls cos tume was precisely similar to one worn at tho Barlng-ChurchilLwedding by Mrs. Broknw. uce Coudert. Within the past day or two cards lnve been sent out for several tons. Mrs. Horace Wol cott Itobbins of 50 East Fifty-seventh street will civo a big tea on Saturday afternoon. Dec. 3. Mrs. John V. L. Truyn. ne'e F.rving. has sent out cards for a tea at her home. 10 Eust Tenth street, on Friday afternoon. Doo. 0. Mrs. Yillliamltoblsonot 3.1 East 1 itty-seventli street will give a reception on Tuesday afternoon, Deo. 0. Mrs. Horace Mavwoll of 7 F.ast Heven-ty-fourth street has sont out enrds for n tea on the samo afternoon. Deo. 0. when slio will pro sent ons of her trio or pretty daughters. Mrs. Clarence b. Day of 420 Madison avenue will glv e a party at Dolmonico's on Thursday night. Dec. . Mr and Mrs. TIenry F. Dlniook gave one of the handsome dinners of the past v, eek at their homo last Wednesday night. On tho follow- I Ing night Miss Ditnock appeared for the first time nt the Horse Show In the box of her cous in, Henry Payne Whltnej. Miss ,1.11a Sloano and Mlliam 11. O. Held, also guists of tho dinner party, wero in t lie box. It was noticed on the occasion that Mrs. Whitney and her feminine guests were nil bride-llko In at tire Their gowns of ivory white were embel lished with lace and sot oft with diamond or naments. Mis Antonio Yrnnga left on Thursday for her Southorn wlntor home. She tarried hero to pay u brief visit to her old f rleud. Miss Annie Learr. Mrs. Ymaga, who lu somewhat deli cate herself. Is much worriod over the feeble condition of her only granddaughter, Lady Alice Montague.land her son.lernando lznnga. shares her anxiety. Ho sailed for Franco on fiov 12 and within a verj row davs will liavo joined his ulster, the Duchess or Manchester, and his nleoo. They are sojourning at a small country plana in the .south ot France. Mr. and Mrs. William Edgar Shapaid gave n dinner last evenlug at their home, 20 East Flfty-firth street, in honor or Miss Eu.llr Petit, whose marriage to Robert It. Crosby will bo an event ot December. Besides the guests nt honor those seated nt the table were Miss Mary Kearny. Miss Augusta McKIm Davles. Mr. and Mrs Chauncey Anderson. Mlssdibbs, Miss l'lagg, Louis M, Ogden. Ueorgo Walleti, Herbert Wltherspoon, and James btokos. The Board of Governors of the Wednesday Cotillon gave a receptlonlyestardny aftornoon at Hherry's This reception has become nn annual event. Tho Wednesday Cotillons aro now tho only big dances In town given by men The Hoard or Governors lueludes George 11. Sullivan, James L. Johnson, K. Hope Nor ton, Henry M. Urookfleld. Minium Post ( ol llns, Gano S. Dunn. ,1, Clifton Edgar, Jullen J Mason. Francis T. A Junkfn. II. Know don Marshall, John (' Jirecklnrldgu nnd Heth 1irton testerday afternoon tho patronesses of tliis wlntor's series of dances, din first ot which will be given on the night ol Dee 7. assembled In the big imllnxyn. nnd ns the giiesis urrived they were in turn presented by the putrons, who give the balls In conjunction with tho governors, Among the patrons aro Hugh H. '1 hompson. A Hunt '1 llfoni, illiniu I, Tretinoin, tharlos A Dehon, T M Logun, A, 11 Ovvathme), James Hvviiun, bamucl biKiti eer. William Toel, Dr Ilohert (' Myles. John ' Hurling Lawrence, Dr flllvor Llvingi-tun Jones, Itonort K. I,ce Lewis. Dr lttissell Bel lamy. Archie M (Jiuirrler, YV de H Wnshlni; ton, Edward II Kidder. Theodore II I'rl'-o, Schuyler L Wneeler. H'-kIi II Garden. II M lltivvkesworth. lames Lindsay Gordon and Francis Griswold J.andon i Miss Annie Leary has resumed her Tuesday I afternoons at home, tho former Lloyd Ilrro I dwelling. Lust Tuesday the larce red and gold drawing room, lined with mlrmrr. was . well filled with callers. Mrs 7tiacii was the I guest ot honor, as she was on Wednesday night, when Mls Eearv gave a very handsome dinner 'I tils was the first or a i-oresi.r dinner purlieu that Miss I.eaiy pmiioHe '" vrlve tills KCISIMI Mis Mice Grenvilln VSitithnip will be one of the few brides of tho week Site and 1' Nor ton Goddard have elected to h.ivo a small wedding. The ceremony will b performed at noon on Tuesday In tha chantry of Grace J aidroh, Anrt the bride will bnftddJ Hcnrr Osborno Taylor will be best man mui llobert Dudley Wlnthrop. cousin ot tho bride, nnd David 0. Hnlstcnd will servo . The bridal bronkfast wl 1 be given nt thr .homo of Mrs. Grcnvllle Winlhrop. mother of tho brldo. Miss Julln Dent Grant, who has gone nhroad with Mr. nnd Mrs. Pottor Palmer and tholr sons. Honoro Patmor nnd Pottor Talmer. Jr.. will lie much missed In society hore (his win ter. ;Vhlle In India thev nro to lslt I2wly Ourron nl Government Hotiso. titid .will, ot course, bo nugn fleentlv entertained. Mrs. Potter Palmer and Mrn. Frederick Dont Grant arenld friends of fho Ioller family, the ao minlntniiee tinting buck to the tlmo when the Letters lived In Chicago. Mrs. .T. Bruco Ismny was 'ono of the most admired matrons nt the Horse Show. Mrs. Ismny. who hns her home now not far from Liverpool, nmkes no secret of the fact that sho much profcrs hor nntlvo land. Conso iiuenti), sho comes over for brier periods whenever nil opportunity odors. Last wlntor sho nnd Mr. Ismny spont somo tltno here. Among the luncheons nnd dlnnota given Tor Mrs Ninny during tho week vvns n prettv liiucheon party on Tuesday by Mrs. William Jay rjchlcfrolln, Invitations havo been sent out for the wed ding of Miss F.mlly Trevor llowoll nnd Henry lllaokstono Wllklns. This will be eolobruted on Tuesday week, Nov. 20. In Grace Church chantry. Tho ceromonv will bo performed nt It o'clock by tho Ilov. Dr. William It. Huntington. MNs Howell Is n dnughtor of the late Mr and Mrs lllclinrd Howell and ngrent-grnndilaugh-tcr of tho lato Andrew Sickles Norwood. Irom whom sho Inherited her fortune. Tho enrds wero Issued by tho bride's aunt. Mrs. John 11 Trevoi. The wedding of Miss Graoe Meeker and Mr. Tafford, will be celebrated next Saturday, Nov. 20. nt the Church of the Inoarnntlrvn. Madison nvenne nud Thlrtv-flfth street. Tho ecoptlon attorwnrd will be given nt tho brldo' homo. 210 Madison avenue. The List of Referees. The following Is a list of the referees appointed In case in thn Supreme Court last week : By Justice Frudman, Cases Rifenst. Lawyers' 8urety Oo. vs. Dono- huo . . Kd. D. O'Drlen, Matter of McNallr Thomas F. Donnelly. Demon vs. Johnston Aug. II. Vanderpoel. HNworth vs. Williams Aug 11. Vanderpoel. N Y. 1,1 fn Ins.ro. vs. Anderson.lian'l P. Inursham Rummci-vs nuey ta cases) ClIfTbrd W. Hartrldgo Downing vs. Downing ... .Natl Myers I'reyvs HoUnr - Cbarlea W'ehle. Matter of Sablslon, Murray ,tCo ... ... . Aug. II. Vanderposl. (lerinsnlal.lfo InsCo.va llam- lltotu.ica.os) Adrian II. Lirkln. Rhotharvn Farrand Win. C. Arnold. lUch vs. Oottheinier P. II. Whaleii Usher vs. samo . . P. II. Whslen. Sla'ter of A Iluehl 4. Co ... F.dward F. McCal . .MstterofMar hdward K McOall. Walker vs Adair . .. Adrian II. Larktn. Met Life Ins. Co. s. W'eed ..Aug II. Vanderpoel. Cromwell v s I'rttlt. ... Aug. 11. Vanderivel. Matter of Sickels .... Thomaa F. Donnelly. Bu Justice Cohen Sullivan vs. Sullivan W liber McBrid. By Justice Lawrence. Colton ve. Coweuhovcu .. Charles Putiel. Doelilovs. Tleiselmann . Hr. M Whitehead. Ashley vs F.loventh Ward Bnk John O. O'Connor. Oothoutvs. llernstein . llobert Hlurgis. Nelson vs. I'iUillir Theo. Connolly. Althoiisova IUlidow Edward R. Saudford. Wtnrel vs. Wen7el Jt C. Mllnor. Itolstou v.. Snrsgue fleo. M.Van lloeaen. Ivyvs FlnVelttelti JohtiFVsrd. HliencerOpt. Mfg Co. vs. same John E. Ward. ander (.eiln.'ten v. Vander Delliitgtin . Frank M. Ilolahan. rielstou vs Healllnz Iranklin men. Matternf Ferdinand . .0o. C. Blank. Bhrady vs. Van Kirk. .. Ham. Odell Matter of Bixby . Burton N. Harrison. Caswell a s. Oollghtly Ocorge W. FJUs. By Jiildce Laughlm. Fromer vs. Hoffman Arthur J. Baldwin. By Justice Stover. Lorlng vs. Chase .. ..BenJ.K Hall. By Justice Iriior Matter of Denny. Tho.. C. Kinney. Bu Justice HmytA. Matter of Grand Boulevard & Con Jno.TI. Judge. By Justice Werner. nerschelvs Msver (3 cases). Arthur H. Truax. larrellvs Fisher.. Lucius N. Waldo. Dugro vs. Vandowater . .Job E. Hedges. .fuiiuiciin. $250,000 Evansville & Terra Haute Rail road Go. First General Mortgage 5J- Gold Bonds. PltlNCirAI, I)CE APRII, 1ST. 1048. Interest Payable April nnd October. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co,, True-tee. PRICR. 08 FLAT. For the year ending June noth, 1888, the Company reports a surplus of 1127,472 over its fixed oharcea, which amount to 1S78.078, Including rentals and taxes, or about 22 per cant , surplus. Gross earnings for the first seven months of tha current year increase 72.000, or about 7 per cent. There la no floating debt. The property is admin istered and controllc 1 by Standard Oil Interests, and isln excellent physf i al condition. E. & C. RANDOLPH, 7 NASSAU hTRKET. The building No. 74 Broadway having been destroyed by fire, MESSRS. 00M INICK&OICKERMAN have leased offices at 100 Broadway in the new building of the American Surety Company, BVNKINO HOUSE OF ' BOE & BARgUES, DFLEItS IN STOCKS. BONDS AND OBAIN, 55 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, Pl'TS AND CALLS A BPKCHLTY. Daily Wand IK away, weekly 2 and .Haway, .25, SS7 00 and H2.r.o rach hundred shares Ten sharo Iota In proportion. Call or write for par tlcnlars. Investment or iiisrgin accouut solicited, C. 9. Hudson & Co., 34 30 AVAI.I. STItKET. Members N V. & Chicago Sto-k Ktrhanzes. Continental Tob, "when issued" Amer. Tin Plate "when issued." Zimmermann & Forsbay, BANKERS, ' t ANI II M'.tll, STIII-ET. Members New .ork Stock I'.xclinnfe. Buy and Sell Stocks and Bonds for Cash or jm Marginj SPECIAL. INVEflrOKS AND H'ECOLAroilS SHOULD BEND FOIl OUHHPfriM, MAUKET I.KTTKU, rum I POV APPLICATION ENNIS & STOPPANI, 'ffffiBSBK" riTOCKS, WIIIIAT, fOTTON. m NT.VV ST , N. Y. I elephone " 8B Broad." NOTICE. Owing to the Imildlnc In w hlch we had nnr ofllres fortwent) years bein buined down, and put being able to cet our safe until On) ruins are start lied. In which our o dtr bnol s and ldrraes of customers am fci nl. illt ills villi plcn repc4t their orders. O B. OIIKKNT A II Itniini an I 0 Hroadwai , New Yorl. ALLEN, WOOD & McGRAW, SO llltOAlt hTKKKT, Continental Tobacco Com. and Pfd. IFLKPUONr" r.lfil COItT INS AND OUTS OF WALL ST. .'.VhTK,?. and tables, full if talushlf m'o initlou to specnls tors Id. instamis I'l IlI.IHIlPlt P o. bm Ifti. N. w lorl VJIll K Ultohl'lt f in nlvMiirs ni erjenri , with listsbllslliil luitiuiri. al H, t aasocaled with prominent Html Ks hsu.e ar.ii s . lis partner (spe riul prrfitTcil with rspitnl of lf,.00(i to I2U0XI, to enustfe In a strictly commission sto k and bond bro kerace business, JldJrts, COMHEBVATIVE, box 320 Bunotllcs. financial. I TIMES OF REAL PROSPERITY. A Situation remains bullish, with favorable n-n, rf from every partof thn country, Wi Bonds continue to advauco Blools are foil , . II There la no rcaon to sell stocks, hut ererr leisnn i sl bur them. MM Calciitatlntt nn s four per rent, basis, stocVs 1 k. st ma rauland nock Island, pajlngtlveper ism siimti v-. mg aellat 125) Uurlliiiitoti. nayiiit; alt perinnt -hull K HI sell at l.loi Northern Picltlc pfd , paj luc f nr p RJ cent , should rellat lot), t'nloii Purine prd i.m ui; three per cent .should sell at 7r., and I, ll m1i, 1nT ! NashTillo and Atchison Pfd.. with mr'iltiK tha' will " place them on the dividend li-t, slnmi I sill f ir.tn i Brn io.o points higher. . New York, Philadelphia ami Boston Nat oiul limit IM references furnUlied. Twenty jears experience, largest clluitele, mm B'J commodious ofllres, best brokeraza serilie B BANKING HOUSE OF li HAIGHT&FREESE, f 53 Broadway, Now York. mm Boston, (is Rtato st l'hllalelphla, 402 Walnnt it, ll. Kiccuto orders In jtl STOCKS, H0NDS. (UtAtN. COTTON. PROMRIO, jl Margins, n to fi per cent tJomtnlssion, I lu fl Thlslsanopiiortnno tlmatnliaronneof tiur til) MM'SXi 1'AHE HPA'tJIUTY St vNL'.M.s on hand. n I 1 . s, P stud) of its iiintetita to be full) i inij-i cii fnr u - Trstlni: and operating In stocks, lhs led .rails .nd H malleiim ! iinAM'ii oiKirK. maimoMiw w s v '. Dally Market Litter inalle 1 frin on tem ,t mta-' WROTE FOR If Oim DAILY MAHKKT LF-TTKIt ON -,1 ' M, k , (lltAIN AND COTTON, THE llllsr Tim l.rkVKd U V A 1,1. Ml'. V ow 111 place v our tiatiie on our 'Hp-riit ' Hall iiBl,lBt,"provldedyou.MrariONlllISPvPf, ' i TIir.SK MAllKIIT I.F.TTKIW roint out proa Is " conditions ok TIIK FUTUIIB that will r.Il-i.( P 8TO0K AND OltVIN values rathtr than rcbaili tin . past da) a' markets. Ournext Moaday'a letter will have some very rvlu ablolnfornistlonnn the earnings, dividends, bonds, s Kc.et 0. II. Q, HI. I'APL. L. 4. N , 1MI Hi) ti. PFD , and somi-Taltianlo hints on ft I, 110 (U, , Jt M It.T.andCHOO SI Y Wheat. ; You aro Invited to our lointuodlous quirters. ths i hsndsomcst brokers' officf In tho world, e iitppd with rvory possible faclllti. i LEWIS A. MAY & GO., SI AXPXIIIHIIADHA'I, NKW YDIlll. N. B. Write for our " How to Hpeculale In VV all t ' ' HENRYCLEWS tx co.; I IUNKF.n'', T II. Ill, 10, mill 17 Hrnml 81. mi:miii:r.s n. y. stock kxciianri,. ,. Orders oxecuted for Invosttnentor on margin. In v tereat allowed on iteposl s, stlblcct to check at sight. , Act as Financial Agents forCorporationsand Investors ,-T U. 8. llonils, nil 1ti.. Iioitclit and sold f 202 FIFTH AV . cor I.-.th st K 48.7 IlIttlADVVAY, Hllk Kich'go Ullg, & BranohOmcea 21)0 IlltOVDVV ,ior. Ueadest. V. M7 liriisoy BT.. Mcnantlln I-t gs, R I 10 CO OUT ST.. Drooklin $ gnnhtru niul gvohtw. VTR MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BANK & TRUST CO. f STOCKS. P.J.Qoodhart&Co., Members of K. Y. Stock Kxchane. 38 TTAl.Ti ST1CEET. W HORTQH & TUHSTILL; I 33 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. f Members of the KS" NFW TOItK STOCK EXCHANOE A NEW YOKK COTTON EXCUANUK. B Stocks, Grain, Cotton, Bonds & Invostmont Securities. Bi' APPLY FOIt 3IAKKET I.ETTEH. Ml - onu6. If -- -' " '- - - TT ANTED A phllantliroplc person to make a loan i to a mother (widow) that alio may cont!nti ths : education of her dau.btei. Address ORATEFOL, ' box IMS Sun office. " m ,. h.w " SJ public Soticta. I pOST OIFICE NOTICE. (&' " ', (Should be readDULYbyallintereeted, as chancea B ,i, may occur at au time j 1-orelKn malls forthe week ending Not. 2tt, 18. m will close (I'ltOUPTLY In all cases) at tha Oenersl J Tost Offlce as follow a. PA1ICEI.S 11WT MAILS close y. one honr earlier than closlnirtinio shown lielow. .r THANSATLANTIO SHILS. I ', TUESDAY. At 7 A.M. for EUItOPi:. per steamship J Trave YlaSoutbaiuptonand Ilremen. WEDNI8Dk. At 7 A. M. (snppleiuontary 9 A. M ) ; lor KUIIOPE, per steam-hip Parls, via South- auiptou at li A. 11. (suppleiiientary 10 30 A. U for EOItOPE, per steamship Germanic, v Qneenstown. at 10.30 A. M. for BELQIUU di rut, per steamship VVesternlaud, via Antwerp (letters must be din cted "per VVternland") BATUKDAi.-At 7 A M. for FRANCE, HVVlrER- LOlD ITALY, SPAIN, POUTUOtL. TUItEEv, M EGYPT and BHITMIl INDIV. per steamship La M Normandlc. via Havre (letter for other parts of H Europe must I directed " per La Normandle"i mm it H A.M. for NETHFUHNDi direct, per steam- mf ship Spaarudaiu, via It itterdam (letters must ha directed "per Hpaarudam"), at li A. M. fir Hi ITALY, per steamship Alter, via Naples Hatters ( must bo directed " per Alter"): at 10 A. M. (,up- '! plementarylltio A. M ) for F.UltOI'E, per sleam- Wti ship Lucauia,1 via Quecnetown. PItlNTF.D 1ITTFII. 4.C (Jcrnisn steamers salllna on Tuesdirs tako printed tnstter, 4c , for Otr . man), and specially addiessed printed matter. iv Ac. for other patts of Europe. American and 4Rc White Sur ste4tuerH un VVcuneHdas, German i, ateamera on Thursdays, and Cunsrd, French and M T, German steamors on Katurda a tike prime I B niatter, &c , forall countries for which they sis H i advertised to carry mail. IHe After thu closini; of the Supplementary Trann Lv( atlaiitic llatla named above, additional auppla-uen ..p!.!, tary malls are opened on tho piers of the Ainorhan, awv Enclish.lronch and Oeruiau ateamera. and remain mW open until within Ten Minutes or tho hour of eailin. of steamer. H MAILS FOIl SOt'TH AND CENTRAL AMERICA, VVLST INDIES, ic 80NI)Y-. At 13 1. M. for PIT.KIO CORTR2 and 0 OATEVI ALA. per steamer from Now OilemiH MONDAY.-At (DP SI. fori OBI A Rll'A. BKI.I7F, P. Hiiro tOHTE, and OIUTEM V.LA per strain. r from New Orleans, at II P. if fir JAMU'4, per steamer from ililtimore TUFSDAY.-At 1 P JI fur IA PLAIA COUNTUIW direct, pel sti'imslilii Ivjdene; at H .111 P M fir NFWIOUNDLAND per steamer from Norili 8)dtiev, at 10 P M. forJ.MUC. per strainr fmin Philadelphia. 7 WFDNWDA1. Kt 10 A M. for PORTO RICO dim t, 1 oer I n ltd HtatiH transport, at 13 SI. for NI VV a lOt'NOI.VND. perateaiiisblp Kilvla at 1 - M fir ' ,J l.llK.NMJA. 1U1MDMI andTOIIAOO pernism- t . shiti Orenala, at 12 jii P. SI. (anppleinen. , r tarr 1 P. M.) for hi THOMAS. ST. CRO!. 6 1 LFE.VAIU) aud WIMJWMID IHLANDI ! v DF.SIFRAHA, per steamship Ma liana iletleis ( for llrenada, Trinidad and Tjbairo must be II- . rclol "per Madisn"), ut 1 P. M for Cl'IU. t'r , steamship Har-itoita. via Havana; at 1 P. M for Bt ' ra.MFE.CIIE. CHIAPA1- TlHSLO aud VHA ', j. TAN, per suainslilp harthao Inters fcr other J paiiaof Mi xli o must be dlnu led per barb- J , aao"i, at P. 51. forlNAOUA and t'API'u i ft CIAS, inr steamship .lamni ilitteia for u . & ).' Put rtoCoituziind GuatLiuala must be dtrcU'l 1m 'tier Jason ) M , FRIDAY t in A. SI, (supplcmentsry 10 to A SI ) t-5 fur AllXOUFA JACSlFLand MANTA MMtriM. per steamship llolstein.a.l P SI isiippleuuntsrr $ I. to P. M.llur NWHA0, N P.HAN11AO0 nnd , OIKNH'EOOS. nr steamship Ksntimto. at I P. ., M for NORTH 1IRAU.. via Tars, Slarstihstu snj Kfj Cesra per steamship Horatio. Tri fiATOHDAY.- st lo A. SI (supplementary 10 ao V. C ' M.l for FORTUNE 1-sLAM). .HMAll't, S V- ' N1I.I.A, CIITUilil.NA and IHIK.VTOVV.N pr steamship Al ai (Utters for Coita ltira nn si b ( - rtlrctod',per MUi "i atloA M. supplement f ,) 10 no A M i lorlflllTA 'PltlNCFanl Ir Itr IK. J; per steanihl Alps, at in -in A M. for Ch VI 'I r PICllE. CIHVPh. TAIUKCO and kl'l'sTAN 1'ij p. r steanit-hlp Hcuursnia (letters torntliLTP m m ofMettio and fur lulu must lie directed ' i r ' hrrmirama" , at 8 m P SI, for NKWIOI'M' m -i - 1 AND. perstejnur from Nurlh Bvdne , ati f.'i P SI ror HT PIERRE Ilvjri.l OS. i.r st, an r ir , troni North Hydne) aMfc ' Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to llallfat s 1 m thence br steamer, i lose at this offlto dxil st ) 8JDP, M Malls forMIiiiilon,li) mil lo io t i m and tlitnteh) st siner, cjse at tins nice li y stH.ioPSl. Mslls for Cuba clos at Oils tl K? ilaili at 7 A SI , for forwarding In steamers m It' Inn Mondaja and Tliursdayafiom Port liini s, BtsV 11a Mslls f rMriirnllt) uverlsud iiiilcsa ' " !; rlslly aitdresed for dispatih b) steamer Is KfS?' at this ufhre .unit at .' .lu A. M. and 2 mi P V mssWifc IKrulsterrd mall cli.es st l oo 1' SI pri vl t ii? "T TRASaPM'IHO MA1W bfl Mslls for China and Japin per steauifhlp Olrnn K'! ifr mi Taiomai, ilosehiru dalh up to ov f l lvi 1 ,nl' SI Mulls f r I lilna Japan an I llu i ira iierstiauishlpl optl from H'li train i'r 1 ss Kr-l here daily up lo Nui '."l al d io p VI VI t ifl for the Horlrty Ulsnds p r ship Os i s $ (from Han Irniiclkeu, cioao here Isih u " HK Nov 24 at il 110 P VI Mails for Aut ' H'lS? lexupt tlne for West ustralu. which ar srir, wsrde.lv UFurotie ewealnn.l Hsdtt, kljls ' t smuWK Hsmusn lslsiids i er sleaniel l,i M isua troru n sm. fraur-isto , il ise iieroiUlli up t. Not lf, st lLy A il.ll A l and nil' P M or on irrtvi mwm New York ofstesn ship Etruna with Ilnli h ma Is mmW" for Austrslls .Mills f.rChiua and Japan i ' C"$-. steamship Empress of China (from Van on - Mm'te i lose h'rn dally up to Nov. 12-1 at d 80 1 VI Malls for Hawaii per sleatnhlti Aus'ral a f m B,"lF hn Pranclacoi, closo here dsll) up to I - it slfi. H.10P M SIslIs for Austr Hi eicent Weil aSJB Irillsi, New yrslsnd HswbII sud liji I 1 i FiH i ersliaiiiship Ml.aera from Vsi. "er Hf! li o-e dalli after N ,v l.'r, aud i p to i e i i L11 P M Tisu.itsi IQ. ma 1 a-r 1 twirdcd I . i ort f si t &! dsllv and the ue luleuf cl kiiii: I, ar .u. I Vil the presumption of thelrnnlnteirupted vv ns .4 pj Irsusit lllek'lsteredmallclotes at fl P M 1 rs Ti vlousda) .Bl? COllNELIUB VAN COrT.TostmMtsa, WmE ton Offlts, Ntw York. K. Y Nor. l, 181. JUL hB Lj