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m t'.. - I rXHANCIAt, ASti VOMUEItClAU Wsdiccsdat. Not. 23. The. 8tr.et apparently axpeotetl to-day Uio dull and uninteresting market that usually preoede a holiday. The early deaUntaoon Armed this view. Transactions wore light and tre tendenor of prices wa alugglthly down ward. These conditions did notlaat lone, how ever, because) of the sudden development of utrenBth tn the anthraclto coal Mocks and In Manhattan Hallway. Net advances In the an ttiraolle croup ranging from nearly a point In Heading common to 3 points in Delaware and Hudson wore logically regarded aa confirmatory of reports that decisive stops are being taken towarJ putting the an thracite Industry upon n more proflta ble basis than has existed for many months past. The heaviest trading wan lu Reading first preferred, nt a not gain of 2K V cent. Manhattan Railway was unusually no tlve, In faot. led thollstln respect to activity, and the market forjt was strong throughout. Aslnthecssoof tho anthracite stocks, a good deal of the buying was to closo contracts tor short account, and It was stimulated by tho belief that so-called Vanderbllt Intorcsts havo acquired a largo amount of Manhattan Hallway stock. That belief in based entirely upon tho fact that an offlolnl of tho Now York and Har lem 8tret Hallway lino has accepted a position With the Manhattan Hallway Company. Some of the stocks that havo advanced mate rially of Into showed n. reactionary tondency, ff notwithstanding tho Improvement that took placo during tho last hour or two of .buslnoss. . The so were Atchison preferred, Amorlcan To- (' bacco, Chicago and Alton. Northern Pacific ft" common'. People's Cos and Routhorn nallway I T preferred; With the exception of American - Tobacco none of them, liowov er, cloned matorl 1 ally lower than yesterday. An advance of a cent5 a gallon in the price of spirits directed r-omb, attention to the shares of the American r Hplrita Company, with tho result that both r closed somewhat hlghor than yesterday. ; Colorado and Southern securities, deliver ',' able when Issued, wore extensively dealt in fit advancing prices. The bond market wns relu ; tivoly more active than that for stocks and was strong throughout. Foreign arbitrage Iiou'soh bought a fow stocks on balance. A further rio ' el.l'no" In foreign oxchnnge. for reasons noted i further on in this column, would seom to Indi cate that tho time In not far distant when En , ropowlll havo to liquidate soma of Its obliga tions here, whether It wishes to or not. The closing of tho stock market was in tho main strong. 'New York Mock Exchange Sales Nov. S3. CNITCD STATES AND STATE BONOS (IN Sl.OOOsl. 3USflr JOQ'iJlO UBBs. c 112W 1 14 (I63i.o I 3 V V deb 3-tIa j J.06Hai05N oflliul. 70 12DB4s.r. mo:.. 1UI closixo rmcM or unhid btatxs bonds. Bid. 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" " Alitd 7MSAraBB.18B)133 1221 122M 122M B0AmBRpll2M112H'llSW 2178AmBM. 11M 12H UK 12M 12M (SOAmBUp 30 37 30 SOX 30M 1847BAm Te130 130 136X 137H108 30 Am T p. 120 120 128W 127 130 118 Am Kipl46 146 143 146 160 lBOOAmOO. 32M 32M 32 3l!i 32 40 Am CO p BOM BOX BOW 8SM 87 IJSOBA.TtS r. 10M 17 10M 10M 17 B8aiA,Tba F. pf.. 40X 47 46M 40K 47 TOAUltp 831 83X 82M 82X 83 lOCOAnnAv 38X 40 3BX 3 OH 40X 300 AmBteel ' tVf... 32K 3SX 32 31H 32 lOOAtnBtMl tWp, 88K BBH B8 88X BOH 22C0B' k O alp... 64M 64X 64 C4M 64M (TSB&Owl 41! 41 41M 41 41M 100 Ilk Op, wl.... 74M 74k 74K 74 74M 278 Bfc OB Wpf... 7 7 7 7 7M COOBBtOti 4M 4U 1H 4X 4M 7830BkBT. OOX OOX 08X 081 00 13BOCsnBo.. 64X 05 64U 64M 66 ltOOCanPso. B4.H 86 84U 841 86 lOOOoalce. 47 47 47 . 46M 47 874BCUOIW lo'( 16X 15 l&X ISM 400ChOtW ptA... 48X 48X 48 47 X 48K BOO Ch ot vr pfB... 20i 20.X 20K 20H 30 SOOCenPso 28 28 28 28 28X ltmr. CheeaO 22X 23!( 22! 23X 23M :-doctni. oox oi oox oox 01 4000JkEIplll 111 111 111 Ulhi JlOSCh AAK104 104X162X102 103 CoOO.C.Oi. St I.... 41K 41M 41!( 41 X 42 lB70CkNW141 141H 140 141M 141X 4120f.BkQ110XUOXU8X 110 UOH 12110C,MSt V 113XU3X112KU3X113 123IG crtltPlOSX 108X 108H 108X 100 lOOColKuel 22X 22X 22X 22X 23X 6B20ColBoat pf. ... 46 47X 45 47 47! 84 in Col So I'd Pf..... 14H 10 14 15M 16K flBCUTer.. 8 8 8 8 0 4r,0ChTerp 32X 33 32X 33 33X 100 01: 110. 6X 5X 6X 6 6X 4Bil Col Slid 7.X 7M 7X 7 7X lB4CMIdp. 17 18X 17 17X 18X 7mC.LfcW 10 10X 16M 15 16 JOCoiiOMlSOX 180X186X180 187 S4nDel&H. OBH 00 OOM 08T 09U 2001), I,W143 143 143 143 144 400D&BO 16H 10X 10 16 10X HCoDtnOp 62X 02M 02 02H 02X 200F.rieItIt 14 14 14 13! 14 1422 Erie lp. 30X 37 36 30Ti 37 KiOFjIelp. 17 17M 17 17 1RX 460KfliRI 160 160X160 140X160X a16FRtl. 31 31i 30M 30 31 850KdSp 76X 76M 74 76X 76X 600F4.PM 17X 18 17X 17M 18 ZOOFkPMp 42 42 42 41 43 17GtNorpl30X 130X 130X 138 130 inoaEleo B2U 827 82K 82 82X BO H'w'irn CSuc 4.0U 40 40H 60 63 SOSOIPaper. 02H 62M 01X 61 62 SOOIntPp. 02X 02X Ol'i 01X 92X S128IUCent.ll2 U2MU2 U2XU2M IBOUCenp 36 36 36 34X 36X 7B0KC.P4O 10X 10X 10 18X 19X looKniM OX ! OX lOOLEkWp 64 64 64 03X 84 lOIclOp 06K 06X 06H '03 05 3002SLoukN 61X 62 01X 61H Q1H BABBOMsnCon 08X OOX 07 OOK OOX 287oM8tRyl74X 174X 174 174 174X 2 Mich 0.108 108 108 leooJIornc. 30H 3 OH 36X 30Si 36X 20oM,Ki:T 12 12 12 UK 12 enold.KfcTp 34X 34H 34X 34X 35 47fiOKJCnt 80Ti 03X 80X 02 02X 8700 NYCe. til 8H 1 10X 1 1 8M 1 1 OM 1 1 OX eooNttLd.. 34K 34X 34M 34X 36 rNLdp..ll3XU3XU3Xlll U2X BOO Nor Am. OT 7 6X 7 7X 2230 N Y Air Brak..101K104K101102 103 10NYkNH103MlQ3K 103M 103 100 2540 Nat Bis. 43X 43X 42 42X 43X 100 N Ills P. 1 OOX 1 OOX 1 OOX 08X100 SOON AW p 66H 56X 56X 55X 66N 170IONorFnc. 41X 41X 40H 40X 40X OMBNorPp. 76M 70X 76M 70 70X ll7B0ntkW 16K 16?i 16X 10X 16X BBORkN 62X 52X61K .50 66 BSOIUNp 74X 74X 74M 74X 70 2COOro8L. 30 30 ,' 30 20 307 l810PcUU 37 37 36X 36N 36H lOTscClp 78 78, 78 78 82 126PPC.130X13DX 130X 139 130M 100 P. C.C btL... 44 44 44 43 45 lOor.C. Ok m-Lp. 70 70 70 70 70M 2232 Pa It It.. 11 OH 110 110X11DX110K 8K80 People'e GAC..1U 111X100X uox uox 830O Beading. 17 17M 1 OM 17M 17X 21BH0Itetdlp 411 44 41X 44N 45 82B3Beid2p 10X 20H 10 20X 20X onWi0127M 127M127M127 00 8tI,HW 6X 6X 6X 4l(lbtI.4Wp 13M 13X 13M 13K 14 lOOBtPtl) 23X 23X 23!( 23 25 200 Bt Paul til p. 02 92X 02 92 02X 127B6tPfc0 80X 87M 80X 87X 87M 20 81 P. M A:S1....172 172 172 170 174 20Oltandard Dkli. 22X 22X 22X 22X 23 200Blandaul UAUp 747 74X 74M 74X 74X 440Fo Psu. 26 26H 26M 25X 26 QIBOKoBr... 10X 10M 10' 10X 10M 10CS2bonyp. 40 40X 40M 40X 40 2B0BtI.kSF 7X 7X 7M 7M 75 200 bt I. kS Flttp. 66' 06X OOX 66 OOX 300 btl.fctt Kid p. 31X 31H 31X 31X 31M 4(0BBtT 7X 7X 6M 7! 7X IBOOTOkl. 30 30X 30 30X 30X 2nr,3dAvBR100 160 160 168 160 JOOTri Pao Laud,. 8 8 8 8 0 UDOTczPao 16M 1 6M 16 16 10 8S4B tin Pao. 36X 36X 36 36 36X 4or,iiUuPpf. (IBX 08K 077 68X 6BX KBOUP.DtO OX (IX 6M 6X OM lOUHF.ip 44X 46 445 44X 46 MOUSBnb 42X 43 42X 42M 42X ani C BR p. 106 106X106 106 106X 21 SB U HI, p. 67M 67X 67 H7H 67X SOTralnah 714 7J 71 77 8X 3100 Wall pf 22X 22X 22 22X 22H MftWUnT 03X 1-3X U3 USX b3X 8BWkI,K 3M 3M 3M 3X 3?i lOOWkLEp 18X 18X 18X 16 10 lOOWI.Otr IX IX IX Ex dividend. 'Islal aalet. 433,370 aharei. HOSTON CLOSING QUOTATIeNS. Bii. AtUi. Bid. Jrtti. Beak Alb.,248 260 WtitKUc. 38X BofkMe.160 167 O Kleop.... 106 CtaleJcoml36 136 Boa M.B.237X 238X Ohio J pf. 121H 123 CalkBecla626 Fllcbb'c P.104X 106 Ok tola .. 72X 73 UeritentliallB4X 1B6X guincy U.. 143X 146 BojtouKI.. 77 78 TamMl...177 180 Old Colon? 103X 105 Old Dom. . 34H 36 W EH com. 88X BO Butte 68 60' DamlnCoal 33X 33UjnU0 1itv 00 Am Bell T-280X 282 BU0 2de. 78 tole Tel.,.. 76 Urcadlan... 30Jt 40 rUILiDEI.PIIU CT.OSINO gUOTATIONS. Bid. Alltd.i Bid. AlUi. I.ehlch Tal 18X 10 (EI SB com 48 40X PhllaTrao. 33X IF.lBBp . 68X 60 UnTrac. 27 27IfennMf.. PS'A 2 KA.PTctf 06X 06X ra.Mffte.. Ul 101X MetTrao. 174 176 WeleOeom 10 OTofNJi 61 61'i felek Cep 61 63 OTefNJC.lOO lOOXlCamlrCo.. 40 40X UQImpCollOK UOHlBaltTTM.. 2 OX 27 WULCe.. 321 33 'Uanaea... 6r '6 in in ii ... 'i'Vi ,w----.ll.,l li-n-m j i i ' ' ' cnioAoo olosino tiubTiTtoita. Bit. AtUt. Bid. Mitt. AmStfbd.. 30 37 SeSlds'X" 7fi 70 OfcDoolt.. 67 00 BtBOar.,,, 21 22 citrn'war. 80S wchstrtr. OSK, OOM I)Um'dU..143 143W NBIeonl o 4B 44 8I"L" 13XNBlcultp DDK OOX NChBtnr.227X 220 LATEST LONDON ClOOTlTlONS. Atehlaoa 17 Northers Pttlfle... 42H Atcbleon pf 47M NortkeraPaelllspt 7BX CanadlamPadSo... BOH Ontatlofc Welt..,. 101 OneaapeaJie At Ohis 23M Pennarlraala OIK Erleoen 14M Retains., BM FJlelit pf.. ....... 37X Readlletpf 21M Ullnela CentrU....116X BtPaul UflK Xaneaak Texas..., IBM Bonth Batlwar 10X LaieBhor 100 Uoulh lUUwarpf.. 4171 LenlsTllU k Naah.. 08X UnlonPaclflc 361 New York Central.. 122X Union 1'aoiOo pf... 70X Norfolkk Wpf.... fi7M Wabaak pf 23X Final salsa compare with those ot xesterdar aa follows; Xov.lt. Kit. tS, Rtrt.tURn.tS. A, TkRFs 10 J 1 OX North Am.. 7X 7 A.TkBrep 40X 407NortkWp 66X 66X Am Cot O.. 32X 32 N Tf com... 1417 141M AmBRef..l22! 122M NPaocom. 41K 40X AmTob....l30! 137 NPao p.... 70H 70X BrookRT. 60 08X N YCent...l 18X 1 10X BkO 64M 64M N-JCent... BOX 02X, Can Ho .... 64X 66 Omabac... 80 87X Canl'ac... 84M R5 OntkWeat 16X 10!t C.O.CtBtl, 411 41WreoOkC.Ul HON C,BkQ...U0 110 raoMall... 38X 30X OheekO... 22 23X BnllP Car.lSOX 130X CbQYf.... 16X 1CX rtocilaUndlOBW 1007 Cl.LkW.. 10X 161 Beadlaa... 107 17K D, LkVf.. r141X 143 r.eadletpf 41X 44M Delkllnd. 90 00 BtPcom... 1 13M 1 13X DkRO.... 10X 10 SoB'war.. 10X10K DkROpf. 02X 62HBoB'warp 4QK 40X Erie let p.. 30X 30MBtLBWp. 14 13M GenEltc... 82X BCKSUnnkT. 7X 07 IlllnoUCenll2 112U TexaePao.. 1SN 157 EankTex. 117 12 TCkl..... 30 3 OX XknkTp. 34 34XDnPo 347 36 LonkNaeh 01X 61M OnPaop... 08X 08X ManCon... 07? DOH "BRubbar 42X 42X UoPac 36X 30XUSLeathp 07 67 MetBtrtr.176X174XWaba.hp.. 2CM 22X HatLead... 34ft 34K Tf UaTel.. 02X 03 Kxdhldend. Oovornmont bonds strong. Tho 3nnndtho 4s c. of llias closed H V cent higher bid each. Tho 4s of 3l07,tho 4s r. of lfC'3 nnd thoOsc. closed X V cent, higher bid rush. Hallway mid other bonds strong and actUe, The features were Iliiltinioro mid Ohio, H. W. 1st lnc.s. B: Colorado Houtliern 4s. w. 1.; Denver and ltio Grnnilo 4Jis. Krlo general lien 3-4s. Fort Worth and Denver City lsts, Houston and Tnxna Cen tral gciieml 4s. Kansas Cltr. J'lttslnirt: nnd Gulf lsts. Manhattan Hallway 4i. Mobile nnd Ohio gcnorals. Oregon Hbort line iiicomenl). PlttHburg and Western lsts. Heading general 4h, Ban Antonio and Arnnsun I'nsH 4s, Bonth orn Hallway 5s. Toi-na 1'acltlc 2ds. Union 1'nclllo. Denver nnd Uulf lsts. t, r.: V.et Bhoro 4s, r.: Atchison, Colorado Midland, Flint and I'ore Hnraitcttc, Louisville nnd Knshxllle. Union I'aciilo and Wabash Issues. The moro important not advances wero lu ll.tltimoro and Ohio B. . 1st Inc.. s. H.. 'i V cent., to 108; Colorndo Southern 4s. w. I.. VI, to K!i: Colorado Midland lets. 'J. to 72. and IMs, 1. to tllW: Denver and Rio Grando4,'s. .to08.V: Flint nnd IVre Mnr auotte P. II. div. Cs. Hi. to D!. and As, . to US,'.: Fort Worth nnd Denver City lsts. '. to 70; Houston nnd Toxns Central general 4s. ' tofctTi'i: Kansas City. Pittsburg and Otilflsts, h. to 76; IiilsvUo and Kaslivillo golil 4s. U. to (iri. oud V. nnd 8. lsts, '-. to T02; Manhattan Hallway 4b. !, to H4!.; Mobile and Ohio general 4s, ,'. toRl'J: Oregon Bhort l.lno incomes. B, H. tottOX: Pittsburg nnd Western lsts, fi, to 05); Heading general 4s. 1 'i, to 84 J, : Ban Antonln nnd Aransas Pass 4s. I,, to 75: Southern Hallway 6s. "a, tn 103: Union Pacific 0. T. 4',n, t. r.. 2!i. tofiJi; Union Pncllle, Denver and dulflsts.t. r., a to84X; Wabash -Ms, fi.loO'J. nnd West Shore 4s. r V cent,, to 110).. Tho noteworthy declines wero in Hrie general lieu .'l-4s. 1 V cent., to 73, and Toxos Piiuifle'Jds, 9 cent.. t,o 47'. In bank stocks 13 shares of Hunk or Com merce sold at '.'12 and 28 shares of Park at 358. Commercial prlco of bar silver In Now York. OO.'.c. Bar sliver In London closed nt 273. Mexican slherdollars werouuoted nt47c. Money on call, 202X V cent. Time money is quoted nt :t V cent, for sixty days and 3 v cent, lor four, flvo and six months on good mlxod Block Kxchange collateral. Commercial paper is uuoted nt IIJiYa'l ' cent, for bills re ceivable : acceptances and prime single names, 3'iS!4 V cent.; other names 4CSHH V cent Sterling exchange wns again won k and lower, under n very moderate demand, buying of slocks by London and a liberal mipnlyof cotton bills. Continental exchange was but slightly changed, with relchsmarks comparatively steady. To-itod rates of oxehange were: Sixty dnys. $4.82.1.. and sight. S4.8iJ. Actunl rates are; Long IiIIIh. $4.81 H'S4.82 : sight drafts. $4.85. and cable transfers, $4.8ri.ffi$4.8oJ. : frano are quoted at 5.255.24'i for long and !).22,'ri.2i:; for short; relchsmarks. 114 H(S 1)4,' for long and D4'05 forshort: gulldors. a!i(S301R-l(S for long nnd 401-10Va40.' for short. Domestic exchange on New York: Boston 35 conts discount. Charleston Buying, ii discount: selling, par. Savnnnah-Duylng, 1-ltl (llcount: selling. 75 cents premium. Now Orleans Bank, par: commercial, $1 discount. Ban Francisco Sight. 15 cents premium; tele graph. 17 X eents premium. St. Ijuls Par. Chicago 15 cents discount. Cincinnati Be tween banks. 25 conta premium ; over counter, 50 cents promium. In the outsldo market Glucose Sugar Refin ing common is uuoted attl5ra65Xiand the pre ferred at 107X107Jf. Standard Oil trust cer tificates closed at 410 411; Standard Gas common at 1340138. and the preferred at 150 f3157: Mutual Gas nt 315:0: Amsterdam Gas at 27fa)27?, preferred G(afl7. and tho bonds nt lOOWlon Central Union Oas bonds nt 104 H(Sf 04 '(: Brooklyn and New York Ferry at 30'40. nnd the bonds at 05X OU; Continental Tobacco atSOXrSSU. and the preferred at 7fi;i(S,0': Knickerbocker Ice at Dofflol. and the preferred at 7N280. The International Paper Company hns de clared n quarterly dividend of 13i cent, on its preferred stock and a dividend of 1 V cent, on its common stock, payablo Dec. 31. The Chicago. Milwaukee nnd St. Paul Ball way Company rejiorts gross earnings for the third week of November of SH.W.401. an In crease of $60,374 as compared with the corre sponding week last year. The Southern Hallrond reports gross earn ings for October of $2,250,282. an Increase of J18U.411 as compared with tho same month of last year, and net $827,240. an Increase of $00,751. lor the four months ending Oct. 31 the gross earnings wero $8,428,401, nn In crease of $1,058,134 as compared with the cor responding porlod of last year, aod net $2,750. 005. an Increase of $425,181. The Alabama Great Southern Railroad re ports gross earnings for October of $154,430, an Increase of $1 1,4(11 as compared with tho same miVnth of last year, and not $51,754, a decrease of $2011, For the four months ending pct..!l the grosH earning wero S5WI.GK1. an increase of $30,347 n compared with tho cor responding period of Inst year, nnd net $103, 244. an increase of $6,160. Tho Allegheny Valley Railroad report gross earnings for October of $241,111). a deoreiiso of $21. .174 as compared with tho same month of last year, nnd net $114.8411, a deerense of $20, 24!. Iorthe ten months ending Oct, 31 the gr0.s!V'.'irn,"BBWere S2.211.473.nn Increase of $12J.542ns compared with tho corresponding period nf last yenr. and net $(120,613. an In crease of $52,110. The Newburg. Dutchess Connecticut Rail road Company reports for the quarter ended Sept. 30: '. im7. Ckana'i. Grotaearnince JB4,7II jns.BllB Inc. 8rt Op.exprnere .. . 27.5W8 28,B.1u Inc. 4,0SI Net earning . . 7,12l fio.nis Uec. $n.lBR Olherlncnic ir,7 Pec. 1,17 Total inrome. 7,II1 110,473 Dec, ts,ar2 Fixed chargei. . 4.S02 4.2H3 Inc. 40 Net income .. . JS.Hiii fl,51l Dec.TsTsns These securities, among ofhers, wore sold by auction to-day nt tlio Heal Kutate Kxchango: f, phrf Ninth National Hani 74 I eh.ro Twrnty-llilnl Ward bank mi F.O aharce Ilanlf or tho Htam of New York 112 80 aharee l'ulon National Bank 14 lot f. ah.ru Wratern National llank i7ci f. .lures Plaza Bank aim lOabarea llankof America 3H5U 25 aliares We.U-rn National Bank 17n 1 aharo Plientx In.uraucp Co, of Brooklyn,, 177 1 aharn Am, Dietrii t T). Co. of Brooklyn as 1 ebare Brooklyn Truat Co .. 400 2aharea Jxinizlalatiil It. It 414 2 ah.ru. New York, Brooklyn and Manhattan Beach Ball war. nrrfenrd 71 2sharre American Burelx Co 177 1 ahare State Trn.t Co jpi lahare Franklin Safe I), po.lt Co 100 2 aharca Majylaud lriintC.i 241X 2aharea8pratcue F.ltctrio Co., common 25 2 aharca hpraitur Hn Hie Co., prpfencd. .. loo 1 ahare New l"4i;linil Mrti;ate Beciiritr Co.. -jr. 36 .hart. I-avrymV Titl'InsuraiireCo, lf,0X to ina The Governing Commltteo of the Stock Ex change listed the following securities to-day; Northern Pacltlo Hallway Corupany'a additional lame of prior Hi 11 4 V cent, bond., SI, 777.000, mak. tnz total amount lialrd td7,IK)l,t00. Three bonds hate beenie.ueil to rrdeero vrueral fliat mortgagft liond. of tho Northern Pacific Jlailro.d Company ollher drawn to the alnkinu t nnd or deposited witli the truatee aa additional security for the new bond.. iJikeBbore and Michigan Southern Hallway Com panr'a kddlUonal laaue of .1 r cnul, 100-year sold bond.. t7S4,00i), jnakinir total amount Hated. X3S.iert.ooo. houlhtrn Pacific Railroad Company of California, nut con.olldated iruaranteed guld T, cent, bonda, 111,000 000. The receipts of the Government to-day were: Customs, 7ii.tHiJ; internal revenue. $083. .ifttl and miscellaneous. $12,687. a total of $1,441,640. The disbursements were $1,683. 000. an sxcesaof expenditures over receipts of $24130. Th recelpu of the fiscal ytar to dato have been $105.828.301 1 the expenditures. 5277.521.52:tr nn excess of expenditures over receipts of $81,003,132. . The official count of eash In tho Treasury to day compared with that of yesterday shows: .Ver. fl. A'ar.M; OoJd coin and 1ralllon...t34O,74l.70n J40,tit,Baa BIlTerdollanand bullion 8,ll4,RftO 8,341,,17 United Stales note 16,et.0,r.ni 1M)UK,117 Other mete leaa demand ... llablUtles 81,326,885 31,610,841 Arallable cash Wl.nce, including gold reaerve.$20S,830,C32 f 26,420,483 Money In London 2W cent. Hatoof dis count in open market for nhort and threo months' bills 3 7-lOToXlX V cent. Amount ot bullion withdrawn from the Bank of Lngland on balanps to-day, 20.000. Paris advices nuoto 3 V cents nt 102 franca 10 centimes. Eiohangs on London 25 francs 32 centimes. John R. Borne. Jules S. Baoho. Eugeno A. Merrill, Philip Wimnn and Edward L.Oppen liolm. at tho roaucst of n majority of tho hold ers of. the first mortgagu lionds of the Detroit nnd Lima Northern Hallway and of tho Lima Northern Hallway companies, havo consented to net as a protective committee and to formu late a plan for tho. reorganization of the two properties. As suits arts pending for tho foreclosure ot tho mortgagos secur ing tho bonda and an Issue, of re ceivers' certificates haa been authorised, it Is Important that prompt action should bs taken for tho protection of tho Interests of tha bondholders. An ngreemont botwoon tho bondholders nnd tho committee has been lodgod with tho Colonial TruBt Company, and holders of the bonds are invited to deposit their bonds with the trust company before Doc. (I. A majority of the bonds have already boeu deposited with tho oommlttea under the ngroo montmontlonod. The sales ot mining stocks at the New York. Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange to-day wore as follows: Open- Tijva- w. Clot. Sali$. fant. in. nt lit. ng. 1000 Alamo 06 .OS .06 .06 COO Col Imperial... .02 .02 .02 .02 OOO Creeds at Cork. .06 .06 .00' .06 200 Oolden Fleece.. .36 .36 .36 .36 SOOOphlr 70 .70 .70 .70 JOOPorlland 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 COO Small Hop 1.30 1.30 1.30 ItSO ToUltalea. 3,000 shares. C03I3IEJI CIA Tj COMVKSn. Wkdnksdat, Nov. 23. Chain Wheat Bpot was active buteastor. 8alcs of 810,000 bush, for export hero and nt tho outportj". Including 004,000 hero. No. 2 red In elevator, 75c: No. 1 Northorn Dulutb 2Uc ovor December t. o. b. November; No. 1 Northorn Now York lo. over Decomber f. o. b. afloat to arrive. Tho Northwostern receipts were 328 cars, against 3.030 last woek nnd 702 Inst year. Chicago received 131 cars, against 104 lastweok nnd 145 last year. Futures advanced He. to .Xc. but reacted nnd closed l.'c. to la. lower, with sales of 1.055.000 bush. Prices rts follows: nl Oittm'nfl. i'7'f. Lotcnt. Cloiina. A'i'oM. December 76V 7r,X 74X 74 74 March 7it'i 7nX 7SK 7.-.M 7BX May 72X 72X 71H 711 73 Oats wen quiet on the spot and atcady. galea of 04,000 Im.h. No. 3 dclltrred. BOXc; No. J. SOc.: No. 2 white. S2Xc: track and ungraded white, nlWBHXc; track mixed, aoX'i5c. Futures wcrn nominal. Chicago received 1.12 cars. Huckwlirat waa arm at r23r3c.,c.l. f. track. .Ityo waa aleady: No. 2 Wcatorn, r,r,!c. c. 1. 1 . HufTalo. Mill feed u quiet: loans Wratern aprluic. S14.2.r&tl4.00 In uo-lb. aacks and $13.7t.U.lci In 20O.K. aacka. Corn w a. fairly active 011 thenpot ondrlnn. ttalea of 704,000 liueh. for export hero and at tho out norta, Inclnding 280.000 here. No. 3 lu elevator, December price: No. 2 yellow, !c. oer December: No. 2 white, 1 io. over December. Futures declined 'V. to He, with sales or 300,000 bush. Prices as follow.! r.ail Oplm'nf. Iliphtlt. Lovtst. C'.oiing. A'.pJf. December ...80X X a 3 s' Mar 30J, 40 OBH 3X 0X Whrat under the etlraulua nt smaller rccelpta, good acceptances und a liberal export demand, to ear nothing of rather larua clearances and higher cables, adanced larly In the day, lint closed carter owiug to realizing a Uecllue in corn and the evening up of transactions usual Just before a holiday. Llr prpool advam cd Xd. to ?d Paris r to 20 centimes, and Amsterdam l.Xc. Antwerp waa Arm. Tho North western receipts wero try small, largely owlnirto thowcnlhcr. Primary markets rccehed 1.074,205, ajtalnxt l,077,un2 last year. The clcaraucra nrre ttr.fl.iHMi. Notthnrsteni market were strong. Mln neatiolls sold tiS.OOO bbls. nf flour yesterdsr Aus tral la Is chartorlnst er slowly andDanul Ian exiiorts arc sniQll. Pudapest declined 2c. Ontherieclinotlum aaconslderablo buyinir atralnst puts. Chicago sold forexport lHO.iK.bush. The demand Imlhrortho lTnited Kingdom and th Continent la reported the most active for some time rat, and too closing prices here were only a shade tinder the last prices of yesterdny. C rn sold down partly owiuir to cold, clear weather at the West and con. (durable realizing. Mil! the export demand was brisk, conntry holders wero advancing their prices, and the decline here tss tllcht. Liverpool advanced Xd., Chicago made cash sale of ovrrson.ooobush., and the export trade here was liberal. The primary roceipta ware onlr 042. 2C5. atralnst 757.14S last year. Oats showed no striking features. They declined lu sympathy with corn. Flour Dull bat steady. Rales, 10,000 bM. It rcipts were 7.HH7 bbls. and 21,070 sacks; oxporta, 7,242 bbls. and 28,42r, sacks. Winter In Iiblii.; Super fine. $2.no8$2.il0: No. 2 extra. S2.ilOSJ2.70: clears, jn.UKt3.1T.; straights. J.1.S5'..'!..-,; patents, $n.SO i)ta.7r. Hprinir in lihl-.: Clears. J2.!i0f$3.10; atraluhts, t8.2."i3t3.4a: patents,$!l.flS?t3.8.'. Buck wheat flour was ete-adyat 92 for spot. Rye waa quiet but firm at t2.U09t3.40. Cotton Spot cotton here was unchanged, with aalesof 28 bales for spinning; 100 wero delivered on contract. Middling uplands ft 7-iec. against r. ia-ltlc. list year: New Orleans and Oulf Gll-lUc. against tl 1.10c; Mobile, Savannah. Charleston and Augusta advanced l10c. New Orleans sold 2.300 bales, St. Isiuia 1,750, Galveston 3H2, Memphis n.r.00, and Mobile (too. Liverpool advanced I -32d, on the spot, with sales of 12,000 bales; futnrea ad vanced 1 to IX points. Manchester was Arm for yarns. Memphla received tl,80S bales, agalnat r,.uro last week and r.302 last year; Houston 11,17V, against 13,oar last week and 7,122 last year. Mem phis shipped 4,7o8 and Houston 20.2 JO. Houston expects to-morrow 00,800 to 31,500, agaimt ir.,00a last week and 12.050 last year. New Orleans expects 7,000 to 8.OO0. against 13,710 last week and 27,302 last year. Port receipts U2.r0t. agalnat H4.71H list week and 6O.81W last year; tints fsr this week30(, 24a, agalnat 302,445 thus far last week. Port ex port, were 2D.435 baler. Now Orleans advanced 4 points, but lost the rise and declined 1 to 2: then rallied and advanced 2 to 3. Futures hern advanced 4 to r, polnta, but loat tho improvement; then ral lied and closed steady at a net rise of 2 to 0 points. Prlcea as follows: Hiohfit. Lowrtl. Clniing. November 5.25 5.25 5.245.2rt December 5.27 5.23 5.2t!5.27 January 6.31 5.27 6.an'n.3t February 6.33 5.33 5.88(35.35 March 5,81) 5.S4 5.3735.88 April 5.41 5.41 5.4115.42 May . ..., 5.411 E.4I 5.4415.45 June.. ..1 5.411 5,45 5.4715.411 July 6.G2 5.48 6.51145.52 August 6.61I 6.61 6.55(9 fieptember 6.65 5.58 6.r,4(jir,.5fl October ; 5.50 6.5B 6.6715.58 Continued activity and strength In Liverpool bad much to do with the early advance in ootton, though th cold weather at tha Routh also contributed to tha rise, tn say nothing of covering of ehorta and soma new bnylugon the cheapness of the article. Bhorts were In not a few cases nervous and they covered, fearing unfavorable developments over the holiday, Moreover, cotton gooda are more active and print clotha havo latterly adanccd 1-lflc, while some other cottons have also risen and the feeling in tho dry goods district, owlnc to the decreaso in f tha production in New Knglaud and alao at Augusta, (la., by reason of the strike of 3.00O hand., is more cheerful. Later In the day local realizing and Liver pool selling aa wsll aa a falling off in the demand from shorts caused a reaotlon. This waa followed, however, by a rally, due to amall recelpta, unfavor able weather and further new buying. The low price Is ilraning Increasing attention to cotton. The Continent haa latterly bought rather ma ll. There Is a growing disposition herS and abroad to reduca crop estimates aomewhat. Bad weather and low prices, it Is believed by many, may cut down the commercial crop considerably aa compared with recent estimates. lnrestinent"buvlng 1h a fentiirM hr anil In Vw ClrleATis. VlnrmA Al Nov. 22. " Vt' ather clear and pleasant. Cotton romlng In freely." Aberdeen, ML.., Nov. ID. " Mm ement practically atopped by a week's ram, but beautiful and clear to-day. Ilka early October. Kxptct tremendous reielpts from now till Jan. 1. The crop la big." Augusta, 0 Nov. 111. "Our re ports from central and northern Georgia, western bouth Carolina, and eaitern Alabama state that the weather has been extremely bad In tho entire section since the 6th lost., causing gnat damage to quantity and quality, aa there waa ait unusual amount of cotton open tn ttie fields. Recent reports are not bearing out firmer brilliant prospects of a yield enua) to If not greater than last year. There are more last balea or 'pockets' (bales weighing 800 re., or less) and light weights (400 the. or less) within the. last two weeks than ever appeared before at this period. They generally come In abont the middle or last of December. Free marketing has been due to the tiellef In a large crop and lower prices, as moro cotton la required to pay the aamo amount of Indebtedness. Lurge percentage of recent receipts are frost tinged, ahowlng that the growth waa stopped by the frost of the 2(ithult. Kipect to "re receipt fall behind laatyrar from this time on. Fall Til ver states that the average weight of the cotton received from Alabama and Oeorgla la 585 lbs. per bale, acaln.t 478 last year: Memphis 641, against HO; Arkansas 62(1, agalnat 621; Texas und Indian Territory 644, against 535. Tina) I (Ml w4tAa ihit '" m aniirtli aSM rrAaa f",.HIa a isot 665 last vear, and that Oeorgta cotton Is averaging about 6 Iba. per lule heav ler than last year, (There are moro aUudard bales 64x24 pressed InTsxaa than In any other State.)" Soma here in New York brll.ra there I" atlll quitu a large short interest, Correc rtlo on the spot waa steady at SXanXe. for No. 7, Hales of 2.0O.J baga nio No. 7 at 9Xc., l.ooo Maraualbo. Futures declined 6 to 10 polnta and closed steady. Hales 13,760 bagst Havre and Hamburg wero uncbinged to M lower, American wsrehou.e deliveries 21. 180 bags, rtlowaa quiet at 70 reia advance; receipts, d.OOO; stock, Sito.oOO; ex change. 8 m-82d an advance of 1-OJd. Bantos was quiet and unchanged: receipts, 34,000; stock, 8S2,. 000. Tb future trading her was aa follows; ,Vol4. lliglt'lt. Lnml. Cloiina. January. 600 6.46 B.46 5.4096.46 February ,.2,600 6,66 6.66 6.6035 66 March .. . 260 6.85 6.06 6A06H5 May 8,000 6.76 6,76 6.7096.76 June. . ..1,000 6.80 6.80 6,76i5.a0 Bepteinber. l,76ti w.or, 11 00 s.flr.'H.OO October . 1,000 e.10 .06 fl.ooafl.nr. Hecember 8,760 6,36 6,35 6.308.86 Cofft 0 receipts were small at ltio. and though larger at B.nto. were not sufficiently Urge to make any par ticular Impression. Prices, however, were rather catlcr on the usual realizing lust before a holiday. The reeeipta thus far this aeaaon are much smaller than had been axpecud by anybody. Judctair flora pretest lndtcaUoiu, the crop will fall something below P.000.000 bags. There are no I adverse reports concerning tha flowering, and Ills therefore fair to assume that It Is favorable. If It were not a chorea of complaints would have been heard long before this. Lars tender are expected on December contracts. If No, 4 Is tendsred It will cost the receiver more than the spot value, which la 7c, lesa 2 per cent, discount for ca.h. NiVitarOKies-Spirits ttetdr at 88X9SPC. lloeln steady at tl.47Xatl.60forcomnion to good strained, PaovHtoxt Lard waa qulel: prime Western, fn.SOi city, t.'.l continental refined, t5.Q0. Pork was steady at $8.60QtD for mess. Mesta wera'qnlrt and Itcady; pickled hams, 77Xc; do. bellies, 6X anXc; do. shoulders. 494Xc Tallow, oXc. Dressed hogs. 4X6Mo. Ilutter Creamery, western, extras, 2SX924C! do. firsts, 2022Hc: 8Ute, Onest, 22A 3Xc.) do. choice, 20521 Xc. Cheese State, full cream, large, colored or white, fancy, uXc.t do. choice, MXuXc.i do, small, fancy, vKralOc. Eggs State and rennsjltsnls, STerage best. 24936c.; Western, fresh gathered, firsts, 23Xo. Chicago. Nov. 28." Provisions advanced at tho opening, owing to tha rise In hog prices, smaller receipts ot hogslhau expected and covering of shorts, but laUx reacted In sympathy with grain, . . I Straan Itawwaniuletbutflrm at4Xo.vVir0n teat and 40. for HP" teat. Iteflncd was dnll but Ann. Ku. repean cables were easier. Cuicano, Nor. 33. These were to-d.y's prices; I.ail TTTitat! Opmtnp. I'saeif. Xoiecif. Clotinp, Mwht. Dee l8Hf tl8M n7M 7f OsM May 0711 B7M M 06M 07X torn: Deo 8.1X 88U S8X n.iti ftri May D4M S 34M 84H 341. Oalit Dee 3X 2ltX 26T4 UT.U 2flM May 20H 2t 20X -0)1 2u.X Lard: Dec r,.0- 5.06 4.95 4.PA 6.00 Jan ..., 5,16 6,16 6.0 5.05 6.10 May C.80 0.80 5.2(1 6.20 6.26 Kibi: Dec 4.57X 4.B7X 4.57X 4.5S 4.110 Jan 4.72X 4.72X 4.07X 4.07W 4,70 Mar 4.87X 4.87X 4.77.X 4.77X 4.H2X Jrk: . Deo (8.08 R.05 S7.87X 7.no ts.oo Jan n.no 11.00 U.12X u.15 11.22X May U.47X U.47X 0..TJX U.32.X V.40 Live Stock Slnrket. . Naw Toxr. Wednesday, Nor, 28. Receipts of beevea were 2,014 head. Including 111 car for export alive, no cars for slaughterers and 411 cars for thn market. Trsdo waa moderately active and good beeves firm, while the. under grades wero generally rated eteady, although common atoen were hardly at atrongaa on Monday. Pulls, on light trecclpti, rnlad arm to 16c. higher. Tha yards were cleared. Common to extra native aleerstold at S4.40t5.4) V 100 tin., oxen and stags nt tnJ4.40, bull- at t.50at3.60. cowa at 1.709in.mi. Dressed beet had a moderate demand nt il'lW. V to. Cables unchanged. Kxporls to-day were 35 sheep and 1,800 quarters of beef 1 to-morrow's shipments Include 408 beevea and 2.080 quarters of beef. ftecelpta of calves were 1,174 head, including 84 direct, aud there were 1, 13 on sal. Choice veals were firm, all other grades Meady; the market closed easy. with a cloarancn of all the nfleiintrs, a caret Southern calvea excepted. Poor to choice Teals sold at 4Gt8.25 V loo Hs.. selected small lots at 8.404 SS.50, grssteni at t3.2Kat3.60, fed calxes at S3.76U $4. City dressed veals wero slow at 8ai2c. V . Itecclpta of shrcp snd iambi were S.flllhead. In eluding 7 cars direct to butchers and 11 cara for the market, and. with the stale slock, there were 14X cars on sale. Sheep were neglected, but good sheep ateady; lambs were firm and prtmo stock a shado higher. Tho market closed qnlet without a clear ance. Common to prime sheep sold at t2.60i4t4.25 V 100 ts.: ordinary to prime lambs at t4.70Ot5.05; afawRtttelamhsat t5.70. Dreased mutton elow at 6SHc lb.; dreeaed lambs firm at 7080. rtecelpts of hogs were p.52(l head, including about .100 for the market. Firm for live hogs at t3.6oa S3.80 "A 100 Ilia, for Inferior to choice hogs. Stitnnrinl. TO TnE nOLTJEKS or TUK First Mortgage Bonds OF TIIK Detroit & Lima Northern R'way Go ANP TIIK Lima Northern Railway Oo. The undersigned have been requested by the repre sentatives of a majority of the holders of the Bonds of each of the above-described issues to act as a Com mittee forthe protcctlonof tho interests of the Bond holders, and to formulate a plan for tho reorganiza tion of tho property. Owing to the fact that suit is now pending ror the foreclosure of the mortgages, in which Receiv ers of the property ha o been appointod , and that an las.no of ltccelver's Certificates haa been authorized by the Court, poit of which havo already been issued, it is deemed important that action ahould bo promptly taken for tho protection of tho interests of the Bondholders. An Agreement ha. accordingly been prepared and lodged with the COLONIAL TIIUST COMPANY (of New York Cityl under which Bondholders are In vlted to deposit their Bonds with said Tmat Com pany at No. 220 Broadway, New York City. ON OK HKFOIIE TIIK SIXTH HAY OK IIKCKM 1IER, 1808, after which date the Committee re serves the right to reject all further bonds or to receive the sameundersuchpcnaltleaand conditions as it may prescribe. Copies of the Agreement ran be had on application to the Colonial Trust Company or to any of the un dersigned. Dated New York, Not. 22d. 1808. A MAJORITT OF THE 1JOXDS TIAVE ALUKAI1Y UEKN I1EFONITKD WITII THE COMMITTEE UNDER THE AUIIEE3IENT AMOVE REFERRED TO. JOHN E, IIOIINE, Prealdent Colonial Truat Co, JULES 3. MACHE, J. R. niche t Co, EUGENE A. MERRILL, rreaident Minnesota Ixian & Truat Co. PHILIP LEHMAN, Lehman Bros, EDWARD L. OrPENIIEIM, E. I,. Oppenheim & Co. FrtF.DEIUCK J. LISMAN, Secretary, 00 Broad St. HAMUEL UNTFJIM YKIt, CHARLES N. UABKELL. Counsel to the Committee. $150,000 Evansvilie & Torre Haute Rail road Co. First General Mortgage 5 Gold Bonds. FRINCirAl. DUE APRIL 1ST. 1043. Interest Payable April anil October. Farmers' Loan & Trust Co., Trustee. PRICE OS FLAT. For the year ending June 30th, 1R08, the Company reports a aurplus of $127,472 over Its filed chargca, which amount to r.78,078, Including rental, and taiet, or about 22 per cent, surplus. Dross earnings for the first seven months of the current year Increase $72,000, or about 7 per cent. There is no floating debt. The property It admin istered and controllod by Standard OU Interests, and I. In eicellent physical condition. E. & C. RANDOLPH, 7 NASSAU KTREET. BANKING HOUSE OP HAIMT&FREESE, 83 UllOADWAV. NEW YORK. Boston, HB Btatn at. Philadelphia, 402 Walnut tt. Kiecute orders in STOCKS. BONDS, tlltAIN, COTTON, PROVISIONS. Marglnt. a to r, percent. 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This la an opportune time to enter the market COUUI38ION 1-18. AMERICAN AIR POWER DEALT IN. Ghas. C. Edey & Sons, 2 VfaXL 8TBKXT, r 4tltt8tttlnl. Government and Municipal Bonds BOUOHT AND 50LD. Alao FIRST MonTOAOX baaal oTeamV. if.hed rltenrn anil Street """,.. APPUAIBItMKNTB MADR On QUOTATIONS ruiiNisnED roii tub ronciiABK. SA..E, on EXCIIANaB OF ABOVE SECURITIES. L1HT8 ON APWIOATIOS. N. W. HARRIS & CO., SIMABHAD BT. (Bank of t3mteT Bldgj). HENRYCLEWS&CO BANKERS, 11, 111, If), nnd 17 "ronil St. MEMHl'rh N. V. STOCK EXOIIANOE. Orders oxecutcd fdr Investment or ;oii margin. In terest allowed oa uoposlts. subject, to check at sight. Act at Financial Agents forCorporation a and Investor U. S. Homls, nil Issues. Imuglit nnd sold. (202 FI1TII AV cor. 2r,lh at. 47 BROADWAY. Bilk Exch'ge Bldg. Branch Offices 200 BltOVDWAY-cor. Rcadeat. HT HUDSON Br..MerrntllEx'. I It) COURT ST., Brooklm. SMiUnfl nufl SJutereut rEOpESOAs"1t,IOIIT AND COKE CO. (nf Chicago). Notice Is hereby given that a dividend of IX per cent, has been declared on tho Capital Stock of Oila Company, payable to the Utockholdera on Nov. 2.1th, Tho transfer books will close in Now York on Nov. 14th. 1808, atnp. M., and wilt reopou Nov, Stub, 18KB, at 10 A. M. L. A. WILEY. Treasurer. Real Estnta Ti-lvnte Sales. Jesse 0. llennct haa sold to Frcdorlok IJbbs three lotH, 70xl(K). on the aoutliBldo ot 140th Btroot, 100 feet wost of Amsterdam avonuo. Frodoriek Ztttel hns sold for Josoph 11am merahlag nnd David Opponliolmer tho plot of eight lots on tho south bUIo of 105tli stroot. 100 feotwestof Went Und nvonuo. to John 0. Uni boriloid, who will oroot prlvato dwellings on tho "Frederick Zlttel has also sold to B. Ward tlio three-story dwelling, on lot 15.0x7D. No. 77 East 101th stroet. . ,. . .., William A. White & Bon havo sold to William Hosonzwelg the plot comprising, four lots, each 'J5xru, fronting 50 feot on Amstortlatn nonueand 54 foot on Hnmllton plnco: also tho three-story ami basemont brick dwelling, 17x70. No. lil Madison avenue, for about 5H.0O0. rJchmeldlor & Ilnchrach havo purchased from .Tames McCloskoy tho four-story front nnd rear buildings, on plot GOxlM.8, Nos. 010 nnd OlHKnst Klovontlifctreut. ... , , ,, A. 14. i Ii A. Knrolsen linvo sold forltodorick J. Kounedy to Theresa, Nmvmnn tho five-story Hat. with stores. 011 tho southwest corner of lHOth stroet and Bovciith'nvenuo. Tlio Slawson & llobbs nalo montloned yes tenlny wub tlio four-story brown Btono-front residence. '.TJxti0xlOO.il. No. UJO West lOBth strcot, for Joseph l'ttrlor. Renl Ettnte Auction Sales. At tho Now York Heal Instate Salcs'room yes tonlny Itleltnrd V. Harnett ,t Co. sold in fore cloHuro tlio three-story brick dwelling, on lot JU.lUxlOU :i. No. 1 18 est Thirteenth etroot. to tho plaintiff. Ueorge II. Coutts. for $18,250: nlho. oyordorof oxeculots. tho two-story frnmo dwelling, on lot 'Jl.UxlUO. No.U0S East 155th street, between Ootirtlntult nnd Melroso ave nues, to 0. 8lileserforS.r,100. rJuiiiuul Oolilstlckor sold. In foreclosure, the olght-story brick store, on plotfi'Jx'Jl.tix'Jlxlilx 8x110x50, Nos. :i0 and U'J Kast Twontr-Orat stroot. to the plaintiff. Kdward Cofflno, for $18tl,()H. llryan L. Kennellysold, byorderotoxocutrix, tho four-story brick storo and flat, front. nnd tho four-story brick building on roar of lot 10.0x70. No. 24.'l Third avenue, southeast cor ner of Twentieth street, loaichold. to H.Olaser for $0,000: alto the three-story nnd basement brick building, on lot 10.0x51. No. 00 Lexing ton avenue, to E. C. liny for $15,050: also tlio threo-story brick dwolllne, on lot 'Jlxll'J, No. J40 East Twonty-llrat street, to M.HInk for SIO.'JOO. l'etor i Meyer ,t Co. sold, in foreclosure, tho three ilvo-story brick Btoros nnd leiiemontfl. on plot 75x100 5. No. 51!1 to 517 West Klfty Hecond Ntreet. to tho plaintiff. John A. Cisco, for S50,00(: alo, lit foreclosure, tlio two tlve Wory brick flats, with stores, on plotllitlxlto. Nos. 1701 to-1715 Amstenlnm avciuic. east side, extending from 144th to 145th btroot. to tlio Plaintiff. Jacob I). Holler, for $144,750: also. Hherlll'B sale of nil tltlo which Ann C. Morton hud 011 Aug. 'J'J, 18118. or Blnce. In thn four story brick store nnd tenement, on lot'J.'txlUO, No. 188 Third avenue, to tho plaintiff, Stephen S.Marshall, for $4'J5. Netr Rulldtngs. Plans were filed with the Department of Buildings yesterday for thn following: By David It. Todd, owner, for a six-story flat at southwest cornor of 10!M street and Boule vard. Is.l.'Jxll5: architects, Nevlllo ,t Bagge: cost SIIO.OIIO. By Manhattan Hallway Company, owner, for n now waiting room nt tho block Keeond nnd Third avenues. l'JHtli to l'JOth street. O'Jxltt; architect. John nterhouse : cost $5,000. Court of Appeals Cnlendnr. At.BAKT, Nov. 20. The Court of Appeals hat ad journed to Monday. Monday's calendar: Nos, OSS, e03, 10311, (143, 6HA, 07, G10 aud 0411. 2sal ffijstatt .m jjbvt ffilttj. ABEMJTITUI, four-story hlgn-stoop brown.tone house, hardwood trim; wlllliesoldon easy terms at cost of recent forecloaureofoversio.ooo leaa than appraisal; H2d at., near Central Park West. rniNCU'AL. 1242 Broadway A" riOT. 100x100, southwest corner108th tt7and Bonlevard, will Iki sold cheap, easy tsrmt; or would eichango, 01VNE1I. 100, 1242 Broadway. 170n BALE at a bargain, 4 lots, south side of SMh at., east of Itlversldo Drite; very easy terms; would divide or might exchange. riUNCU'AI,. 110. 1242 Broadway. PLOT OF LAND on Boulevard Lafayette, near 158th at., containing over G city lots, commanding ei cellcnt view of llndaon lllver. for sale; price 9D,000; $2,000 c&ah, baUnco mortgage, OWNKlt, 400, 1242 Broadway, c?U.il ffiutate ot ale grouMstt. 4-RTOHY DOUBLE FLAT, all Improvements; lot 25x100; bargain for cash buyer. IUHQAIN. box 182 Bun office. J, soil HALF-. Three-atory brick bou.e, with "subli - in rear. 188 High street, Brooklyn. Inqulr ou premises. WILLIAM FINNEY. &ral (Sf tate ot ,aJ-iw,cW. IFsmllles wishing to locate in this charming suburb and enjoy good so ciety, achools, churches, fine roads, bl . cycling, golf, tennis, are cordially In U I vlted to eiamlnenurpropertyforaala. We are making plana for spring, and will build for you. Estimates free. WEATHEBuT, 371 Broadway. 'I'ENAFLY, N. J. Handsome modern cottaga for J eale with grounds 100x120; city water; batnt ce mented celUr; price t2,D00. WEATUEIttlY, 271 Broadway. gtal ffifitnte at giurtioiu JAMES L. WELLS, Auctioneer, SUPREME COURT SALE At 111 Broad wiy, N. Y. Real Estate Sale. room. TUESDAY, NOV. SO, NOON. 9 NEWLY BUILT MODERN FLATS including 2 SUPERB CORNERS, WITH STORES, being entire front on north lid FREEMAN STREET, extending from Southern Boulevard TO Intervale Avenue. All I0u-ft. thoroughfarea. in rapidly building por tion of the Borough of the IIKONX (S3I WAIID), NEW YORK CITY. Each a modern, well-built. 4-atory, double apart meat houae, about a7x3, with hand.oma front. All lI,M.t.'Sl!l?.,.lf?l.Ij! u line of BUUTHUKN 110ULK VA1ID TROLLEY B. ll and about 7 nilnutea' walk east of lObtb Wreet Bttlion of ELEVATED It. It. Mansund particular withTboiiiasAlllMm.lteferes. eitUoerty Btreet; lto.a k lmt7l, l'Ulntld'a Attor' iSrBr-oad.N.'w'Y'J'rk,'''''0" U w'1".A"'"r, &t ggmtt cf or ffalt gonn MAv&. LESS IRAN C03T.-Cameron Terrace, Woodalde; ground., 601210: tan rooms, bath, laundry! yery lmpmvement; beautifully terraced; teu uila" iitna rail ur trjllt , S4IU Ht. terry; regular la.soo WvV.tfnnff 5.2OifJ".t enlibed: 2,ooocash. rALKINilCno.owucMurTaylllllsUtiou.liutblng. '-TJ I -t ACHES eicellent land near ttatlon"and ;" : "''', town, and ouly r mlnutea' walk from Post Office, stores, Ac, for S40o, U'6 down, then eas uoutbly paymeuU; nicely located on good road aud in nice neighborhood; high and dry. no swamp.; about itO minutes out; two growing town a near; dcatrablt and a bargain, roller partioulara of JUHUti, b cblmbtn tt, 3UnI (Sutnte Watttefl. WAKTBD A piece of Investment prorertv or rnv. tat Tate house where lota on south side H.Mh m near Ulveralde Drive, would be taken as part p.;'. W meut. rRINCUL,110i124Proadwaj' " WAnVeD-A pTeceof ravMtmnt"propertr w"l,er: a the southwest comer of 108th si. and honle. 1 vard would be taken as trt payment. H OWNEH, 100. 1242 nroajwsy go gtt foe SySnTpogtir" ELEHANT MOIIT BTORe' " to IX r. . Bui table ror merchant tailor, .publisher, advertl.la. atfeutortlinllariinslne.i. ID BKRKMAN ST., NEAR NASSAU. 1IULAND ar WIUTINll, r, I1EKKMAN HT. AMACU1NF. BllOP on sccoud Hour, with pnweK 416 and 420 West imh st. Bee euglnrer latfl anfl gipnttrntntg Ea X. DESIRABLE FLATS. " " Bteam heat, hot wator eupply, and all lmprov erasnla. 112TUHT., 121 AND 12BWE8T.-Seon l.rve. iakl moms and bathi nprn plumbing; rents tbA tit , 11BTII BT.. 807WEBT, nearMorninBsldo.-HUl.rjriT light rooms and bath: open plumbing; $27 to tan 115TII ST.. 124 TO ,12(1 WEST. BH large, lljhj rooms and bath: rente $24 tn $27. 115T11BT., 12H WEST. Beautiful Comer Fl.t. over- looking Drive: alx rooms and bath; rent $2H, Hpeclal inducements to good tcnatite Can bo seen any time. Apply premises or ERNEST TRIBELHORN. 1844 7thavuearll3tlist. Telephone 421MUrIem. A.-A-A-R0SSH0RE and KEHMORe! ONLY TWO I.EIT. I Finest apartment on 7th av below 12Mh at,, ot this kind; one block from Ceutml Park And luiln entrance by the beautiful drive, consisting of h large rooms and bath, all light: prlvntn hall, steam heat, hot water supplied: open nlekel-plited iIutnl- lng; tiled bathrooms, ponelaln tubs, hsrdwood tr m, gsa ranges, extra servants' water closet, laundry sn 1 patent drying room In cellar or well or open air oa the roof. Janitor, 1B2U 7th av or E. E. MAINIIArtT.241 West 12Mh st. THE "PARK MADISON," Madison Avenue. S. E Cor. 25th Street, I'ACINO MADISON SQUARE. Attractive apartment of 2 and 4 rooms, with b.th and attendance. For plana and particular apply to GEO. R. READ. Agent, ' 1 Mmllson Avenue, cor. 2Un St., (8478) and 10 Wall Bt. AA.A.-f HE ELMER. Now it your chance to secure elegan tnuartnienlMla tho above house, fronting on the bf antltul Motnim;. aide Av. Park, consisting of r. unit 7 rooms aud b.thi atram htat; hot wjler supplkd: open plumMnci hardwood trlmfhallboy services; telephone nnnve tlon. lnuulre of lenllnr, H2 alorulngslde s . or F. B. MAINUAUT. 241 est 125lli st. MONTH RENT FREE. Elata No. 4 West KUtli st. now open for rnlorel people. Apply nn tho premises. E. M. SI'IXAS eltct ?aarn. APARTMENTS, bachelor apartments, boH, rooms; furnlshod, unfurnished: high-class only. everrthtug Inspected; havo complete description) furnished anartmentt. $no to $4tw. JIANIRlTVIf APARTMENT 0OMPA.NY. ll.tn Broadway. East Side. " MADISON AV.. 87. Newly renovated, handsomslv HI furnished large and small rooms: reaaonabl. Ml ratee; references; transients; table board. ADISON AV.. lie Large, elegantly furnl.hcd Mi suuuy room; bath; excellent Utile; priMlt Wm family; reference. nl OOD ST.. SO EAST. ltooins, with board. forTamU H aaj llet and gentlemcu; table board: references Bl OCTII BT.. 110 EAST (near Madison Bguarei fll J Handsome large and small rooms; delightful HI table board; reasonable. Mrtt Mft... A CTBT ST.. 227 WEST. Handsome, annny alciir. xtj and euuare room, with dretslng room; hot and colt' water, large cloaets, bath; aelcct house; superior table aud service; references. 1 ST1I8T.,021WE8T Double "and" single room.; -TiJboarJlni:; table board; appointments tint ch". 7QTH BT., 210 WEST.-Handsomcly furtiiahM ' O large square room: private buth; every appoint meuthlgh class; prlvato family, with few boarders. rlrt 5Soart. rooMa PERSONS wishing first-class accommodations, good table, Bedford district, use handsomely furnished parlor; reference. Box 120 Bun office. ,f imujjur 4 i.ooms & SVtiiutmt'iitji tott tVest Side. "1 OTII BT.. 1B3 WEST. Large handaome room fof X.two gentlemen; prlvato house; reaaonablei reference. 1 CTH ST., 27 WEST.-ricasant room, nearSthav., J-t- suitable for two; Uled baths; American family: references. OOD ST.. 2 "WEST. Elegantly furnished room., oo with prlvato bath, en suite or single, second sn 1 third floors; reference. LELAND, g uraJsltetl laatafi 25o Set Sraohlp. HENRY ST.. 14(, near rierrepont St. Large and amall rooms to rent; convenient to bridge and ferries; table board optional; references exchsnged. PINEAPPLE ST., 8.Brooklyn neights. nesr bridge: pleasant rooms, with or without meal.; references. gffjal Notice. "rr.W YOIIK HUPltEME OIURT, NEW TonK Jv COUNTY. Henrj- Metxiuger. plaintiff, agaln-t John Voe aud Richard Don (the names John Doe and Richard Doe being fictitious aud dcalgniled herein as the deviseo's heirs at law and next of kin f Oeorgo Albrclght, deceased), who aro unknown ti plaintiff and theexecutora and admlntstratois of an ot the estates of any aud all of said defendant, if any aro deceased, who are unknown to the plaintltt and all othe rirsona if any there lie. who am llvms aud who havo an lutereet herein who are tin . known lo tho plaintiff and the oxcoutora and d 1 mlnlstratora of all persons if auy deceased who if HI living should be made a party to (his action who r unknown to the plalntltT and the People of thn Sun of -Now York, defrndanla. Summons. Trial desire I In New York County. To the above named defendants and to each of them: Ynu are hereby aummoned to answer the rmn. plaint la this actiun. and to serve a copy of our nawer on the FlaliitlfTe Attorney within tweiit) days after the service of this nutnmnns, txcjusltn f the day of service, and in case oi vuiirfullura to at. penroranewir, Judgment will he taken agalust )'"i by dsfault for tho rrllof demanded In the complaint. Dated, borough of Brooklyn, N, Y. city. Oct, JMh, 1Bm. w. II, MELLOIl. rlaintlrrs Attorney Office and Post Office address 871.37.1 rultnn street, borough of Brooklyn. New York city. To the defendants, John Doe and Menard Dos (the names John Do and Richard Doe being lirtltlnui and designated herein as the, devisee's heirs at la and next of kin of Oeorge Albrclght deceaeed. wni are unknown tn plaintiff and the executors and a I mlnl.trstor. of any of the e. tat. s of any anil all ' aslddefendants.lt any are deceased who srn un known to tha plaintiff, and all other peraont, If any there be, who are living and who have an interct herein, who are unknown to the plaintiff and th. executoraandadniliilstratnraof all persons, if any, deceased, who. If living, sbould be made a parti tv this action who are unknown to the plaintiff The foregoing aummoni la hereby scred (iron you by publication, pursuaut to tho order of the Honorable William N. Cohen, one of the Jn.tlcesof tho Supreme Court of thn male nf New York. d.t4 tho ;nd day of November. 18U8, and filed with the npmplalnt In tho offlra of the Clerk of the County t New kurk on the 2nd day of November, 18HH. Dated New York, November 3d, 18UR. , W. II. JIELLOIt. 1'ialntuTa Attorney Offlc and Poat Offlcn addreat, ,'171 -.'173 rnltoa street. Borough of Brooklyn, New York city. 3HtflUai I ATTENTIONlTTirirRTNbLE, OltADtrATB 1 UNIVKHB1TY OI' TUK CITY or NEW SOUK, 1 MEDll'ALDI'J'AllTMKNT.ar. YEAltS A BPECUMSr I IN DISKA8ES OP MEN. OLD DR. OIUNDLK ha. I- beenlongcrestabllahedandhashad moreaxperiems I than any ether advortttiug physician: city paper. I prove this. Underhlsscientlflotrcatmentblood.nl H skin dlteases, pain in bones, red spots, sore tbrost ' snd mouth, ulreia, painful swelling., kidney and bladder complaints, traldlng tntlamtnatlona, grat'l. H uudeveloped urgans, weak back, lost vitality u 1 aiieedlly, psrmanentlr cured. Men about to m.rrr abould con.nlt OLD lilt. (HtlNDI.r. Every lmpe.li B meat removed. Burrerert, do not waste tlruetielting M lass skilful physicians. Remember. OLD Hit. 4.1(1 " DI.F. never falls. OKITCi: OVER 10 YEARS at 1 .1 Weat 12th at., between tub and 7th av.. Advicefiot. W Medicine, $1. Hours. Ii to U; Sundays, 0 to n OLlTim. (UtEY, n year, n tprrlall-t in W dlarnsea of nirn only. Oulcke.t permanent cur. W guaranteed In all dlaeaMs. fllood Miinu, skin i- easa., kidney and bladder trouble, we.kne.ie, uer voua debility, error of youth, bad dreams, un lei el M oped organs, Impeillments to marriage, Arc tie wi.e, hi consult the only old specialist in the elty Oirl & over as rears at 120 East 17th at,, near I'nl n M Square. Hours O to ft: Sundays, u to 3. Sclent ") M treatment and advice free. Medicine only CO eu 'S No charge unleaa cured. A -DR. AND MRS. SIMPSON, thrfeidlng tpr I "! 1st. In New York, successfully treat all tims'i eomiilalntar.nd Irrtgularlties; 2r j tare' ei pern i e, private sanitarluin; trained nurses: tnatintnt g "r anteeds frea mnndcnilal advice, 9 to u. M ' 8Mlt at., uear Broadway. " At-A.-A.-y UIOKEST 1KKSI A .VI r CURE In diseases of men: dangerous case. . Ited; rollef at onoe: tho.a dealrfng only first ' aclcntiactreatmentehould call. Thaleaiilngepc i lit. Dr. Donachur, 127 West 22d at., u to 3. 7 t J, Bunaaya. 10 to v. A- -DR. CONBADB SANITARIUM. -Screntlfli sk i ful treatment of all dlaeasea of womi-u pm ' rooms every convenience and appliance, cMiihir'a tlons, u A. M. to u P. SI. Call or write for ! "- t. 117 We.t 47th St. Tel. SB20 .tHth. Bit, MRS. RK.INH ARR. 711 7lh av . n. ar 1 treats female irregulsntlos, single or nun n years' eipwrlence, A LADIEHI Chlchttter't "rJixCth Peiuivreval Wl dwu Brassi, nrp tho Beat, aif.iunn. TU. ss saw. $44 4c mh. m ssrlkiUi.. n m( V . J. "