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9HP 8 .THE SUN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 1&)8.
! jV - riHAXCXAL AX! COMHBttCIAU ? IB H ' Monday, Deo. 10. (MP Owratore In stocks who follow tho courae of HHj ths market year In and ronr out nro almost BK; universally of the opinion that prlcos should HA reoede toward tho end of the Tear. Thcr havo HK baolted this opinion for sovorat days pant, nnd f did io again to-day. Thoy were oncournRcd H . ' to-day by the exceptional heaviness of Bugar K' Refining, which led the list In respect to no- B) tlrltr. and at a fractional recovery from tlo jH' lowost price closed 3K points lower than K on Saturday. Tho soiling of this stock H! was based apparently upon the announcement H ' that the Treasurer of tho corporation from K. It Inception has decldod to rotlro from that H office and also from tho directory of tho com Hi pany. This ocetirroncc. toscther with tho rea- . R on given for Mr. Bearlos's retirement, namoly. ' H Indifferent health, can hardly be regarded as H logical reasons forto-day's fluctuation In Bugar j neflnlnt;, particularly as It Is learned that tho iH places vacated by him will bo filled by suecoss- jH! fut business men who havo also been connected j with the company sine It was organized. Tho H movement In Bugar Refining must, thernforo, H be regarded as purely speculative- and as a H - natural sequenoe to the recent sharp advanco H, In the prloe for tho stock. Hi - The openlnit of the market was strong, partly H, because of tho oondltlon of tho London markot H and also because of tho accumulation of buy- H. Inc orders from beyond' tho limits of Wall H atreet over Sunday. Foreign arbitrage houses : H bought upward of 20.000 shares, principally ,' H Atchison preferred and Union Pacific common. JH and sold less than 10,000 sharos of various ' !H; othor Issues. In tho domestlp trading thero jH1 were some Indications of profit taking In ' -I M Atchison preferred and of a disposition to ! transfer Interest to tho common stock. The tH ' preferred was second only to Bugar Refln- IH Ing In point of activity. Union Faclflo com- jH mon, which was next on the list, was In jH active demand, presumably bocauso of tho B prevailing Impression that the company or B capitalists Interested In It aro likely to secure HJK control of the Chicago and Alton Railroad. jB Other exceptionally strong features were Fed- jB oral Steel common, Tennesseo Coal and Iron, JH the lake Erie and Western stocks. Central jE' Paclflo. Baltimore and Ohio Issues. Consoll- jH dated Gas, International Paper common. P., jH 0., 0. and St. Louis common, Southern Paclflo. jlH Texas Paclflo. United States Rubber common jHI and Metropolitan Street Hallway. HH The reason for the furthor Improvement In BH the shares of the Iron producing and manufac- J HH turlng companies noed not bo dwelt upon. The "' HjT aharp advanoe In Lake Erie and Western stocks HrS was accompanied by reports that the demtso of Bf the President of the company may result In the fHg transfer of tho holdings of his estate to con- fH nectlng companies and possibly the eventual iHf transfer of the control of the property. The jHf increasing activity In Central and South- jH am Paclflo shares doubtless foreshadows fHj a readjustment of tho funded Indnbtod- y jHI ness of the first named. The revival B of Interest In International Paper common was I. jKj nccompanlod by reports that although tho jH company has begun to pay dividends at the jB rate of A oent. per annum. It is earning at '' HB the rate of more than twice that amount upon HB Its junior stock. The midday reaction In prices BBS disolosed the presence of a good many buying BBK orders, and in consequence the majority of the ' jBBJt list rallied in tho final dealings under the lead ; jBwS of Tennessee Coal and Iron. The closing was :'BBJ In the main firm, and final prices as a rule jBBBj favored holde rs of stocks. IBBS Hew York Stock Exchange Sales Dee. 10, BBBJ V-IUT-D STATES AND STATE BONDS (IN $1.000s). jH 01 UBSa.e 12YaF dab 2-3e t SB lOOMOlOOH oflB918K83 . 1 UB8f, set B..100M 10 Vaead.tn.... 7H flBflj 2UB6B.C 112H ' BH CLOSING PBICES OI UNITED STATES BONDS. SBBJ Bid. Jilced. Sid. Alked. CP' BBB' Bn Bt 2a, r, Un St 4a, e, , BBBV at pi of O OOW 1D25 I28K128M ' iSBBKli ' TJ88a,l08- UnBtea.r, . if 1B18.P...106M 107M 180 112K113M . Bj .1 rSBi.lOOS- UnBt&a,o, ..iSBl'' 1B18,C...106M 10G 1004 112H112H -;BK " Vn Staa, r. Un St 6a, r. jBBC 1007 111M 112M 189B 102T ;! rnBtia.o. U S 0.85a, r, 'flBi JB07.....112M 113M 1924,0 0118 BBB! Cn 8t 4a, r, ;VH 3"6 1S8M 12BH I' H BAILBOAD AND OTHEB BONDS (IN Sl.OOOs). H 130 AtoU aJ 4a.. 77H 7 Mo. K k T of OpBJ 66 77H TexaaBa 88W -l SBV 4B 77H 6 Man Il'war 4a. 97 AJiaJBLL p .... 77M Plf.tPll.t 11BU TBBb!!7 70 78 6 no i)BBJ' IOC 78M 4 MobtOenl... B2H ypBJ', 'SB 78M 1 MobftO.UdCslOS '' ' 130 "78H lOltoPaccn 100H fBBB S70 78 6 110 fBBP 80Atckt14 00X10 10DK 'IVBI' 3S OOM 20 ... 1O0W .!' 2AmBUCa R4M IOUoFISi 00 5, BBJi 16 Ann Arbor 4a.. 00 16 00 Bw' 5 80 16 "'Prior 4a. ..102M 'BBh 4Atohi01at.tr 70 6 102M tBBJ 2AJ0;Wlat.. 70 26 102H i'!BB: 10 Am CO 8a 108 20MPcal8a OOH nBHl 1 B'way At Tth Av 146 GDJa .:,iBBl! enea 121M 03 70 iBBM: 5 122H 26 NAWcim.... 80 IBJ; e6B08Ma,wl.. 08U ION J O gnl 6, rl 1 1 X BBJ! 2 08H lONJOcnl Ca...ll6 .!Bfll: 30 fiBHlONYC,Ii U col ".!BJ 36 98M 3Ha D7H ;!'' 30 B0 4a, wl.... G8H 2 N YO deb 4a.,103H .jBBV' , 70 08H 2NY, NHfcH 'IBBB, , 128 08H 4a.dabctfa..,172 ' 'BB , 46 08M 6 MtKofCalSa.lOSM BBl'' 16 OBH B 106H I !( 68 BAO.BW.latlno. 3 Nil S M lat,...103 BBJIlBBf "rB H 6NWEld,o...,113 BBI'mBB r 16 11H INWgold. r...,113 BBIBB ; 6 BrXUattr.... 04K 8NW8Ha 102 BBtaaaKf 8 Brook UO 6a.. 116 3 N T,0 t Wr 4104M BClBBBj 860AOg4Ha.... OOH 6 104H BMBBB ! O0H 5 14K BJHBBJ 10 00 lSOlta N4a.. OOH BBJIBBB V0Vi 2 0ra S Leo Sa.l 10M BHBB lOCheatOBiA 10 Or. B Llao A.. 84M BHBB latcn4a 107 lOOmSI, IboD 04H Bf BBBj , 0C,DAQ7 117H26 04M K1 jBBB:: 1 Can South 24.111 1 6 Pic Coaat lst,.104K I BBB 7ColA0thATlatl23) 1 104.H 1 BBf 1 6 01Tt Canton 4F,D&Elat, tr 08 f 3BBj - laU.tr 71 1 3 Peo t Eut lt. 83 I BBj , 46 Col So 4a. wl 80 14 82M 1 'ISM 6 OolF&IDa..,. 80 10 HtU k ffn lat, 100 I ifjaR 13 Col Mid lat.... 77 1 P, 0, 0 k 8t I, 1 i)SK 6 77! 4Ua,aerA....114M I BBBJ 6 77M 21 nialunl4a,...10GM BBBB1 ' 21 77 6 106H BBBBEi! 10 ColUld2-4a... 08 37 IteadgnUa.... OOH BBBVr 10 67H 30 86M BBBBj 31 OeaByoaSa.. 02 10 BOH EBBBBJr a 02x10 .. sex 1BBBBJ 8 92W 10 BloUWlat.... 02M IBBBBJ; : 1 02M shyckeu.., 07 BBBJ 14 02 1 Stl'fcMInn cnl34M BBBflj: 14 OOaRy latino 40 20 Ho Tic of Gal BjBJB 1 40K cn Ca, a 105H BBBBj 12 DntR04Kl 10 6 106H BBBBjl ' 26 110M 10 10&M BH 16 110H OBoPofArlilatlllM BBBB ' 26 110H IStP&SUlat 132N BBBJI ' S3 Ill 1 Rtl'4: Macu fl13bH BBB 7DKOcn,a20101 2StP&Maei4al04 BBBBB 13 101K 6StLltHFUa,124W BBBB 13 101N 7HtJ,AHFc6.108H B : 1 101M 1 StLA-BF.... 84M BMBB 6eDnftnOIr;a.l02H SKtl'Ht,Ci5I-al02H TIBEBh' 1 Dal l( Wao lat. 83 SKtl'cou 162M ?BJBB' 20 B6 lBtl'Urra 116HS k B' 16 841a 4 St 1- lat, C k P. Ik " 16 00 Willv 121 BP Q' , tO . aOtj 6 St P lat, lkD f !' 4 Q0 " 102K Bjl 5 87 6BILSW lat... 83W i 1 Pa Bardella O 10 83M BJj l ' t J .,.. 06 60 84 BJj ' 10 D.t,U4Mlq.. 22 6StLSW2d,... 4011 BH 6 al City O 6a., 08 6 40W ;!:' 16 OBX 30 40 f 62 0B 16BAtAPlat4a 77 i Bsj t 10 OBH 0 7 OH BM' 22 08H 30 70H BJB 2 08H 12 77 BJ! A OBH 7804:0a lat... 101W rni; ii 00X28 loix Hi' 30 00 1 101JI ''' 10 TncBa.,..100 lSoIi'varSa 106 i ,B, ' 10 100)4 6 106H I Bjji 8 100H 6 106 I '! ' ' a 100H 2StJQI2.s-4a 82M ! ," SO 100 CBUmBATBa.. 82 syjiHtoiJ-i i jn, it .fa .j.mtt.-. . , ... SErlalatex 114M 16BtanBT8.. BBM 1 Krlacnlat 1 44H 24 Bt B As X tno..., 88 10 Errrlorbda... 04M 16 22M 26... .V 04X BTtiPaolBtBa.llO 2 KTenn 1a.....107M t 100M ll.ErAilndlatcnlOS 3 110 10RIUKIlstvlllM 16T4X 1-aoJdla. 47W 30Elaln,JftKHtl04!4 2C 47K 6Pl'Mlatesl21 30 47M 1 Tulton El lat.. 47 23 47M 1 .'.. MM 13 47K 40 Ft Worth lat., 86M lT0.1nfla, 6 Ft Will Olat Tanndtv OOM 3a 66 178UatarM4a 08M 10 O.ffj At H A . 60 103X HPBa OOH 10 103M 3IIVBa, lltp, lOUnlonEllat.tr 04)4 a 20 81 lOUnP. D O 1 80K ! 87M 10 s 20 80 3 07 10 HfcTOenWa. 87 SVfablat 113W 3n.EA-WTlat 08W 6 Wabaah 2d 04 3IronMt6a 104 78 0M 6 103M 8 05 11 103H 8'Wb,,B"' 34M 4 lllCnSHa.8t 1 VTeatBh4a. r.,100W Ldlv 00 1 VTkliElattrlOSW 04 KanTa4a.. 01 10 WN Y AtPaaTil 64M 60 Kan A Tti 3i... 07H 2 64M 31 07h 10 64M 43 07M 3 fi4M 3KIncaCoKlat. 03 7 W N Y fcPa latll 1 6 66 loWNYkralao 16 20 04 6 14K 14 KO. PA Olat. 70K17 14M 4 70HB0TflaClat.tr... 03 7 71M 10 . 02K 6 71H 6 02M 0 71 6 03M 10KanawhaM4a 80 24 3H 1 t.acledeQaalatl07 23 3M 6LonNanl4 07H 48 03W 6I.N,otBa...l07H 22 03M 26LohValofN Y 30 04M lat 100K 20 64M 11 L.EAStL6a,tr 62H 00 04M 4 lletBt R.tCi..! 18 00 04 lOHaxIntcn 84 1 0 'WUkea k E lat. DOM Total aalea of railway bonda (par valua). B,28,00. BAILIIOAD AND OinER BHAnES. Opm- LtVf r ClMMff ttlti. ing. tit. tsl. Mi. Al)ctd. 40AdFi..l00 100 108H10B 100 eenAraOlu. 00 06 66M 65H 06M 2C0AOIup.l08H108H108M108 108H 7822B AmBB.124 124 120H 120M 121 400AmBBpll2 112 111 110K111H 1310 Am SM. 124 12M 12 12 12M lOOAmSMp 30 30 36 36H 30H 14200 An Tobl42 143 141M141K142 105 Am T p. 130 130 130 127 130 184 Am Expl40 140 140 144 147 36 Am 00. 33 33 33 38 33K 144AmCOp b7M b8H b7M 87H 80 13060 A.TJtS r 10 10H 18M 1BH 18M C72SB A.TtsB Fapf.. 61K 61H 60M 60H 60M IBAUalt.. 28M 28M 28M SO 30 SBBAUaltp 82M 83 82M 82 84 SOOAnnAp 37M 37M 37H 37 38 2100 AaaBtaal AW... 34 34H 34 34H 34M 232 AmSteal kVfp. 02 02H OIK 02H OEM 200B.BSPP 74K 74H 74M 74M 76 ISOOBrunaw. 12M 12a 12 1 Hi 12M S6B0B k O, alp... 04H 05H 04M 06 66 123K3l)&0.wt 60 61H 60 61M 61M 7240 lit Op, vl.. 76 76M 76 76! 7GM 0100 13 4 O 8 Wpf... 8K 8H 8K 8H RH 27(10 EBt Gat 6H 6H 6M 6H 6 1C270B1CKT. 72H 73M 72X 72M 72M 81BBUaaal20M 131 120H130H 131.4 SOOCaaBo.. 60H 6GH 60 60 66H 3COCanPao. 86H 86H 84K 86 86M 230 Con lea. 46 46 46 46 46H 104 Con I pf OOH OOH OOH OOH 01 10C30ChOtT 14H 16H 14H 16 1 6H esocuotw pfA... 62M 52H 62H 62 62M lOOCUGtW pfB... 30H 30M 30H 20H 30M 41870 Cen Tao 38H 40 3BH 30H 30H ScaochaatO 26H 2&H 24H 26 26H sooctEI. 66U 66H 66H 67 67K loOCtEIplll 111 111 100 111 100ChAltl66 106 166 106H1GGH 100C,C, ot StL... 43H 44H 43H 43H 44 HOC. CO StLp.. 07 07 07 07 08 1476 CANW 141H 141H 130M 140H 141 10016 C.BAQ122H 122H 121H 121M 121M 10080 C.M A3 1 T 117 117M 116H 11GH116 200 C.M k St Ppf...l66 166 166 104H1G6H 4216 C.RI API OOH 110 100H 100M100M sr.o Col Fuel 2GM 26K 20H 20H 2GH pf 48 48)4" 48 48H 48H 100 Col So 2d pf.... 18H 18H 18H 18K 18H 400ChT.r 33. 33 S3 33 33H 200C&HO 6M 6 6M 6 6 4R0C.HV4T 3H 3H . 3H 3H 3M 200 0,HV Tp.... 14 14 14 14 16 25CMIdp. 10 10 10 10 10W 200 0. LA Wp 44H 44M 44H 44H 46 3814 Cou Oa.102 106 102 106 106 1000. 1 kL. 8H 8H 8K 8 8H 7n7DtltH.10G 106 104H 104X100 200U.LAW160 160 160 140K 2160D4BO 17H 17M 17H 17M BtlBBDkROp 67M 67 67 GGH 67 210ErlaBR 14H 14H 14H 14 14H 760Erlalp. 37H 37H 36W 36M 37 47EdlaEI101 102 101 100 102 H00KA-TH 37 37H 37 37 37H 220EkTUp 70 70 60 G8 70 86100 F Steel. 38H 30)4 38H 38Ta 30 18300FadSp 80 80)1 70H 70M 70M lOOFkPM 17M 17W 17M 17 18 ?nniAniUn un un 1 ha un aoiBOeaKleo 03 03)4 02M 02H 03 lOOHBClaf- Un 03 03 03 02 9072 IPaper. 68H 60H 68H ASH CO 2600IntPp. 01 01H 01 0OM 01H 464 111 Cant. 113H 113H113H113 113K 300 la Cent. OH OH OH OX 10 400ICenp 37 37 37 36K 37H 1820KC.PAO 17H 17H 16H 17 17H 16230LEkW 17H 10 17H 1BH 18H J677LEtWp GO 72H 6BX 70M 71H tlCOLaclO.. 62H 62H 61M 61H 62H 1182BI.au fcN 63H 03H 63H G3M 63!i HJSBMhC.i 07 07 06H 06 06h 200MNctfa H H H H M 010MStr.101H 104H101H 102X103 BDOMkStl, 20H 30 20M 20H 30 UOMtStL 2d p.. 04M 66 64T 64H 66 10026 MoPao. 43 43H 42H 42H 42M 42nu,KkT 13 13 12M 12H.13H SCOOM.KkTp 3b 38 37H 37H 37H 700 Mob kO 3 OH 31H 30H 30H 31H ir02NL011. 8 8H 8 Bk 8H 100 NJ Cant 04 04 04 02 04 103BNYCanl23X 123M 122H 12SH 12PM 1776NatLd 37H 37H 37 37X 37H 44 N 14 p..l 1 4H 1 14W 1 1 3M 1 1 2M 1 13M 300 Nor Am. 7 7 7 OM 7 42fi N T Atr BraW.,101 101 100 08 101 2SNYANH200 200 200 100 200 lOONY.Ok BtL... 14 14 14 14 14H 710NatBla. 48 48M 48 48H 48M 2llNUlap.lO3H103H 103H103H SOiaNfcWp COX GOH 00 60M 60X 016NsrPao. 41H 41H 40M 41H 41H KOONarPp. 70H 76M 76H 7H 76H 760t)ntfcTf 17M 17H 17H 17H 17W tinoorsSL. 38W 30H 38H 38)4 3BX 21176 Pao Mall 42M 43 42M 42M 42M 100,1'. 1)1! 1 IN 1M 1M Ui C40 1'PCar,140 140 148H148 140 40( 6 1; C.G k StL... 66H 60H 66H 66H CO 1800 r.cui: ttl.P. 81H 82 81 80 81 20PAWp 0 0 0 0 10 870PaKK..122H 122W 121M121X121M 87001'eopla'a OAC..108H 108H 108H 108H108M BOOKeadmj 10)4 1014 10 10 10H 64(10 Bead I p 47 47H 4GM 4GH 46M t 160Brad2p 22 22 22 21M 21M 141t,Wk0128 128 128 127H 7eo StL 8 W 7 7 7 7 7H 1270btL8Vp 10H 1GH 16M 16M 10 800MPA-0 02 02 01M 01M 02 4btPAOplfl0 160 100 106 170 66U Standard DAD. 1DH 10H 10 10 SO lOiaoBol'ae.. 31M 34H 31M 32H 33 1826 Bo Br... 10M 10H 10H 10H 10H 42t0BByp. 42H 42H 48 42H 42H Ottn- Bt$- hnf OTH l Bala. int. ul. art. f Bt. Jtktd. 31 BlJkQ Ilatp. 40H 6BH 4DK 00 COB 40SBtJkO 12dp. 18 13H 13 18H IS HOBtLkS F3dp. 33H 33M 33M 83M SSM 026 BUn It AT.... BH 8H BH 8H . 8M 2240TOkl. 36 36H 84H 30H 30H 403dAvntll68H108H 10BH 160 10B 17 Tex Fao Land.. 10H 10X 10H OH 10 1J770TxPo 10H 17H 10H 10H 10K 42010UnPa8. 3 DM 40M 30H 40H 40H 177BUnrpf. 71M 72H 71H 71X 71M 100UP.DAO 2dlp.. 12 12 12 12 12M 3U8Exp 61 61 60 40 61 4100 t)B Rub 43 44X 43 44H 44H 200USBP.111 111H111 111HU2H 410 US L... OH OH 0 6 OH IMSUflLp. 00 00 OBH OBM 08M SOOWabaah. OM 8M 8 8 8H ISTOTfabpf. 23 23H 22M 2SM 22M ia07WUT 04H 04M U4H 04H 04H 2J20TVALE 0 OH 0 OM OH 210WkLEp 2GM 20M 20H 2GH 20H SOOWChSt. 07H 07H 07M TaUlaalaa. 020.863 aharea. BOSTON CXOSINO QUOTATIONS. Hid. AtUi. Aid. Aitctd. BaifcAlb..217 248 (1 Elao P...160 Baa k Me.. 170 BoakMaa. 264 ChloJeom 131 CalkHeolaOlO 026 Fltchb'gp.lO? 108 Oaceola.... 72 73 Uereaathal 188 qulaerU.,136 138 BaataaEl.. B2H TamH...l 71 174 01dColoxrl07U Old Com... 32X 33 WKRcant. BOM 00 Butta 77 77H DamlnOaal 33H 33HBUQlaU. 03 AmBellT.270 277 BU0 24a. 77 JCrla Tal..,. 70 7 OH Arcadian... 44M 46 WtttElas.. 30H 40H rniLADELrniA cxosino quotations. Did. Mli. Bid. All id. Thatch Tal 21M 22 KISBcom 67H 67H PhllaTrao. 04H 06 ElSBp.... 00 07 TJnTno.... 30H 30H PaanMmf.. 23M 24 EfcPTotfa OOH OOH PaMf8a...l02 102H UtTnu...101H 102M WalaOoam 10 16 OTafNJa 60H 67 VTalab Gap 62 06 CTafNJSalOO CamlrCo.. 42M 42K 0OlaapCol26H 126 (altTrao.. 31H 31H WOLCo.. 30H 40 Uaradam. . 6X 0 cmoAao CLOSINO QUOTATIONS. JSii. A,Ud. Bid. AtUd. Amfltr'bd.. 32 34 NChRtRr.224 226 ChBrewpf 20 So81da"L" 76 76H CUjrR'war.2BC 207 WChBtRj-. 08 Dlam'dM..140H ISO NBlacult o 48X 40H LSt'X".. 13H NBlacult P103H 104H LSt"L"ctfa HM 13 IATEST LONDON QUOTATION!. Atekliaa 10H NartheraPaclfie... 42H Atcalian pt 63H NartkarmPaciaopt 70 Canadian Pacllo... 87M OnUriak Treat.... 18H Chaaapeakak Okla 2GH rannajrlTani 02M Erie can 14H ReaJiac 10 Erie lat pf 38H Reailaglatpf 24H Illinois Central. ...117 Bt Paul 121 Xanaaak Texas.... 13M Sontk Rallwar I OH Lake Shore 212 Sautk Rallwaj pf.. 43H LaulavUla k Naak.. 66M UnlanPaclSc 41H New York Cantral.. 1 27H Ualan Pacific pf ... 74 Nerfcltfc Wpf.... 02H Wabaah pf 23H Final sales compare with those of Saturday aa follows: Dk. 11, Dec. 19. Vic. 11. Dec. 19, A.TkBFa IBM lBHNortkWp 60M 60 A.TkSFap 61 60H NW cm.,.141M 140H Am BlUf.. 124 120K NPaocam. 41 41H AaTok....l41H 141H NPao p.... 7GH 70H AmSpM.. 12H 12 NYCet...l23M 123 BroakBT. 72 72H Omahac. 91H 01H BAO G3H 06 On tt West 17M 17M CanSo 66H 60 PeoOk 0.100 108H C.O.CkStL 43M 43M PaoMall... 42H 43 C.Bk Q...121M 121H RacklslandlOOH 100M ConGaa....l01 106 Reading... 10 10 CheakO... 25 26 Raadlatpf 47M 46M CaO lt.. 14H 16 BtPcam...llGM 116M Del k Hud. 100 104H So RVar.. 10)4 10H DfcRO.... 1GX 17H8oR,wayp 41M 42H DkROpf. 6GM 67 StLSW... 7H 7 Erie lat p.. 37M 3GMStLSWp. 10 1GH OanElac... 02H 02MStanRkT. 8H 8H IlllnaliCenllS 1 13H TexaaPao.. 16 I OH KankTox. 13H 12HT0kI 34H 36H KankTp. 37)4 37HUnPao 30H 40H LaukNaak 04 63M BaPaep... 71M 71M LEkW.... 17H 18H BS Rubber 43 44H I,EkTfpf 68 70Xn8Rubp.ll0 111H ManCan... OGH D0!4 U S Leather OH 0 UkStL... 20X 30 USL.athi. OOH 68H UkStL2dp 64H 66 Wabaahp.. 22X 22X MaPao 42H 42W D.Tel.. 04H B4H UatBtRr.lOlH 102 WtLE... G 6H NatLead... 37H 37HVfkLEp. 27H 26H North Am.. CM 7 Government bonds stronc. The 3s and the 4s of 1H25 closed f cent, hiehor bid each. Hallway and other bonda strong. The features irrrc .tr.r rhnr t T''"m-ro i- fh' o w lsts, Income, serleslB: Dalian nnd 'Wneolsts, Detroit City Gar 5s. Fort Worth and Dener City lsts. Houston and Texas Central eencral 4s, Kings County Elevated lsts. Paclflo Coast lsts. Peoria and Eastern lsts. Ban Antonio and Aransas Pass 4s. South Carolina and Georgia lets. Texas Paclflo 2ds. Union Pacific 4s. Wis consin Contrnl lsts, t. r.. AtchlKon, Baltimore nnd Ohio. Donvor and ltlo Grande. Kan sas nnd Texas. Missouri Pacific. Northern Pacific. Standard Hope and Twine nnd Wabash Issues. Tho more important net ad vances were in Atchison ndi, 4s. 1 V cent, to 78H. and general 4s, ii, to lin : Ann Arbor 4s, ii. to8U; Baltimore and Ohio 8. W. lsts. In comes: series B.. IX. to lli:Donver and ltlo Grande 4Hs. .'(.tolll: consol 4s, H. to 101).', and improvement 5s, X. to 102X: Dallas and Waco lsts, 4 i, to 87 : Detroit City Gas 5s. 1, to 00: .Fort Worth and Denvor City lsts. IX. to 85K: Houston and Texan Central general 4s. 1. to 87: Kansas and Texas 4s, X. to 01: Kings County Elevated lsts, 3X, to 04: Northern Paclflo prior 4s. ii. to 102X. and general 4s, X. to 70; Pacific Coast lsts, X, to 104XJ Ban Antonio and Aransas Pass 4a, X. to 77: South Caro lina nnd Georgia lsts. X, to 101 Ji: Standard Rope nnd Twine 6s, X. to K2X: Texas Paclflo 2ds. X. to 47X: Union Paclflo An. ii, to 103X: Wabash 2ds. X. to H5. and debenture series B X. to 34X. and Wisconsin Central lsts, t. r.. IX V cent, to 64. The notowortby declines were In Missouri Paolflo consols. X $ cent, to 100X, and trust Bs. X. to 00: Peoria and East ern lsts. 1. to H2X,and Standard Hope and Twine incomes, X cent., to 22X. Commercial price of bar silver In New York, finXo. Mar silver In London closed at 27Xd. Mexican silver dollars were quoted at 46Xo. Money on call, WS3 cent. Time monoy Is quoted at 3 V oent. for fou r months andSXV cent, for nine months on good mixed Stock Ex change collateral. Commercial panaris quoted at 3Xffl4 V cent, for bills receivable: accept ances nnd prime single names, .'tXffl 4 cont. ; other names, 4rt24X V cont. Sterling exchango was Armor with a good de mand from remitters. Continental exchango ?as also firmer, particularly for francs, ostod rates of exchange were: Sixty days, $4.H'2X.ontl sight, S4.HSX, Actual ratos arK Long bills. $4.81X$4.H2: sight drafts. $4 84 X tSS 4.X4 ''. and cable transfers. S4.H5XS4.R5X : francs are quoted at t,'US0.2H for lone and C.21Xffl5.2TX forshort: relchsmnrks, 04 1-llfcS H4 ,'1-lt! for long and (MTftaXKi for short: guild ers. SOXffittU 15-10 for long and 40ffl40 i-10 for short, Domestio exchange on Now York: Boston 155ltlX cents dUjouut. Cbarlpston Buying, 1-10 discount: soiling, par. Savannah Buying. 1-10 discount: selling, 75cPntspremlum. Now Orleans Bank, par: commercial, $1 discount. San Francisco Sight. 15 cents premium; tele graph. 17X cents premium. Ht. Louis par. Chlcngo 10 cents premium. Cincinnati Be tween banks, par: over counter, 60 cents pre mium, In tho outside market Standard OH trust cer tificates closed at 420(2)431 : Standard GaB com mon at 13-4(5)140. and the preferred at 1503 IGOsMutunl Gas at 30(VS3a': Amsterdam Gas nt 32Xffl3 1: preferred at iVilSimi,.. and tho bondi nt Hl'JwlOliX : Central Union Gas bonds nt 105';(S)l(Xi: Brooklyn anil Now York Ferry at 3i)K40X, nnd tho bonds at D.riXffl00: Conti nental Tobacco at 37X038. nnd the preferred at HOXOHl X : Knickerbocker Ice at 50051, and the preferred nt7HlO70X: International BII cr common offered nt ',MH, and American Air Power nt 3503H; Otis Elovator common nt 20Xffl20. and tho preferred nt 80(S80X. The all-rail east-bound shipments of dead freight from Chicago last week wore 103.UW2 tons, BKalnst 113.2K1 tons tlm previous week and 82.72d tons the corresponding week of the preUousyear. The weekly statement of averages of tba banks In this city, Brooklyn. Jorsey City. Ho boken and Staten Island which are not mem bers o( the New York Clenrlng House Associa tion, but which clearthrouKtisumeoftha mem bers, is as follows: L'na. dla., llee. 10. Dtc.11. ChanoH. luv'W Sfl2,fl8,ooo Sfl2,9Ua,a00 Inc. 1210,400 Clrciilafn, 1.H12.100 1,1111,000 Dec. 1,100 Netdep'ta. 70.600,700 70,746,300 Inc. 244,1)00 Dei. with C. H.agta H,6U3,t.OO 0.160,100 InO, 282,800 Lex. ten. k Vknotea 4,431, POO 4,801,100 Deo. 120,800 Dep. b'nka ktr.co'a 3,84n,R0O 4,103,000 Inc. 817,100 Specie , 3,086,100 3.U07.BOO Inc. 182,700 Tot. rra 30,7A7,8O0 $21,828,000 Ino. 1501,(100 Rca. roi'd. 17,fl2&,17& 17,oti,335 Inc. tfl.160 Bur. res. 13,142,126 J,142. 676 Inc. $500,460 The Pittsburg, Younzstown and AshUbula Itallroad reports gross earnings for November of S110.072, a decrease of $25,500 as compared with the same month of last rear nnd net $32,588, a decrease of $13,000. For tho eleven month oftdlng Nov. 30 tho gross earnings wore $1,304,875, an Inoroaso of $15,209 as compared with tho corresponding period of Inst. year, and net $401,360, n decrease of $118,206. .Tho receipts oflho Government to-day'were: Customs. $51 0,105s Internal revenue.--$1.4i2.-130. and miscellaneous. $57,406: a. total of $2,005,740. The disbursements wore, $852,000. nn oxcess of receipts over expenditures of $1,153,740. The reooipts of the flsool renr to (Into have been $230,817,810: the expenditures $314,503,504, an exooss of expenditures ovor rocolpts of $83,775,088. Tho ofnciaivountot cash Intho Treasury to day compared with that of Saturday shows: Dec 17, Dte. 19. tlollcoln and bullion,. .1248,090,630 $344,0lr,,47 Hllverdollara and bullion 7,280.1)28 7.366,408 United 8tatea notoa 13,1180,783 18,801,428 Otber aata,leaa demand llablllUea 27,040,197 38,143,808 Arallnble caeh balance, including gold reaervel208.842.488 8201,808,111 Money In London 2X(S3 V oent Ilato of dis count In open markot for short nnd three months' bills. 3X03X cont. Amount of builllon Bono Into tho Bank of England on bal ance to-day 73.000. Pnrls advices quoto 3 V cents at 101 franca 07X centimes. Cxohango on London, 25 francs 28 centimes. N. W, ITnrrls A Co. ollor to Investors $100, 000 first mortgngoS t cent, gold bonds of tho New York and Queens Light nnd Power Com pany. The company controls tho oleoma light nnd power business in that portion of Greater Now York formorly comprisod within the vil lages of Flushing, Whltestono, and. College Point and tho town of Flushing. All tho fran chises of tho company are perpetual exuept on for twonty-flvo years with tho privilege of ro newal. Tho company does all the nubllo elec trlo lighting In the territory described under llvo and ton year contracts and has In addition a largo commorclal lighting and power busi ness. Holders of Chicago, Wisconsin and Minnesota first Os. due March 1. 11)16. and of tho Milwau kee nnd Lake Winnebago first 6s. due July 1, 11)12, nro requcstod to communicate with F. J. Llsmnn A Co., with nviow of protecting their Intorcsts. as nn attempt Is about to bo made to disturb their lieu, Tho sales of mining stocks at the New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange to-day ware as follows: Optn- TffjA- - CTe Sain. .Vame. inf. (It tit. ing, 200Meilcan 35 .86 .36 .36 lOOOMollleOlbaon.. .27 .87 .27 .27 KOOPotoal 20 .20 .20 .20 lOOFlymouth 16 .10 .16 .10 100 Standard 2.06 2.06 2.05 2.06 3eUlaalaa. 1,000 abaraa. C03IMEHCIAT; COSIPESD. . Mondat, Deo. 10. Grain Wheat Spot was farly active and firmer. Sales of 424,000 bush, for export here and at the outports. No. 1 Northern Duluth 4Xo. ovor Mar f. o. b. afloat : No. 1 hard Duluth. loo. over May; No. 2 In ele vator nominally 75Xo. The Northwestern re ceipts woro 1.405 cars, against 1,402 last week and 005 last rear: Chicago 241, against 235 last week and 518 lost year. Futures advanced ,'.o., but lost part and closed Xc. to Xc. higher, with sales of 1,025,000 bush. Prices aa follows: . Sal. Ovning. 7tffAfif. Limit. Clonng, KtgM. Decomber74 74. 78H 78M 78X March. ...75M 76M 76 75H 74M May 72H 72X 71H 72H 71M Oats were dull on the spot but ateadr; aalea 28,000 buah. No. 2 In elevator, 33c; do. delivered, U3Xc.; N0.8, 3lHc; No. 2 white, U4o.: traok and ungraded white, 83937c, Futures were nominal. Rye aa firmer; No. 2 Western, (llXc.f. o.b.alloatapot. Buck wheat wan aleadr at 64c. c. 1. f . track. Corn wai In good demand on the apot and arm; aalea of HOO.OOO tiiidi. for export here and at tbe outports. No. 2 lu eloratnr, May price: No, 2 yellow, 2)40. oer Decem ber; No, 2 wnite, 2c. over December. Cblcago re ceived 836 cars. Futures advanced io.. with aalea of 1)0,000 bush, l'riteias follows: Sat. Opening. llighelU Lowell. Cloina. Xight. December 4(X 'W May 40H 40H 40H 40H 3UM Tha vlalble aupply Is as follows: Dee. 11. 189S. Weed Channel. Last Year. Wheat, buab.30.6M),(00 Inc.3,821,000 35,586.000 Corn, bush. .18,163,000 lno. BO8.0O11 3S,6jy,00 Oata, buah... (I.OOU.OOO Inc. H4H.000 14,383,000 Bye, bush ... 1,12,000 Dec. 102.000 3,045.000 Barley, bush. 4,1(10,000 Ino. 187,000 4,(103,000 Bullish sentlmont la predominant In the wheat market here, and but for aome contention over the visible supply flgurea to-day the advance might have been much greater than it was. Aa foreshadowed in The Bun on Sunday, a decrease was announced this luornlug. That is to say, the Now York statistician made a decreaae of 400,000 bush. Thin had a dis tinctly bracing effect on the market, but pricea soon recoiled on a statement from Chicago that there had been an lncreaae in the visible of 3.821,000 bush. This difference was due to the fact that tho hicairo atatlatlrlau added, tho anoat atock at Buffalo to tho aupply. The atocka on the lake and at Buffalo amount to a difference in round numbers of ti.ooo.ooo buib. It really matters ery little whether the whist is counted now or not. It is really In existence, and If it nominally disappeared to-day it would reappear aooner or later at New York. In reality the visible supply question was not so important as many seemed to suppose. The thing of prime importance w.is tho large foreign demand. This demand was shown not only in thn reported sales of 50 loads for export, Including 26 at Chicago, but lu the clearances of nearly 7U0.O00 buah.. and the fact that out of total world's ablpnienta atated by Broomhall at only O.ium.ooo and by Chlca.-o at 7,260, 000, Amerka shipped no leaa than 8,078,000 buab, Thla roakeaeven more striklnuly clear than ever tbe fart that Knrnn Id HiMrt,m tinon this ennntev lor its supplies at tno present time, 'l'ho Omcago figures of 7,260,000 must bo compared with 8,381, OoOln thepievlous week and (l.76tl,O00 last year. In either caie Beerbohm.with hlsSatuidayV estimate of 8.000,000 bufh., was far out of tho way. The Kan iiblan shipmentH for tho week wcia only 1(18,000 bush., against 662,000 In the previous week and 22 , 000 last year. Ruiisia moreover shipped only Bit). -000, against 818,000 In the previous weoi and 1,8H0,ooj last ) ear, showing tha tita present exports are less than half what they were a year ago, India ia not figuring largely in the shipments either; the total was 2(U,oOO, agatnat the aame quantity lu the previous week and 48,000 last year. The smallness of the Russian and Danubtan shipments Is naturally encouraging to the bulla. On top of all this was the increased atrengtn of the for-lmi markets, something, however, which might naturally be expected. Liverpool, It Is true, opened Xd. lower for December, but speedily recovered tbe lostground and advanced UtoHA., while Paris roso 5 to 10 centlmeH on wheat and 30 to 45 on flour. Antwerp and Amaterdam were unchauged. Chi caito's cash sales reached a total of 250,000 buah., at least part of which was fur ex port. A despatch from the other aide said: "Argentine weather continues unfavorable and estimates of the crop are beliue atlU rurther re duced. Thu quality la likely to be lnferfcr. The es timates of tho expottable surplus are barely 30, 000,000 buah," Minneapolis repoitcd a good de maud for flour. San Frauclaco telegraphed: " Fair rains in thla State. Nevertueleaa tno drouirht will necessitate replanting heavily. Many think the ralna came too late." The quantity on passage to Europe decreased 8U0.OUO. Forclitn houses sold December to some extent and bounht March. The early advance here was followed aaalreAdy intimated by a reat tton on some slacken lngof the speculation and aelllng against calls. The ltbersl recelpts.thougb they prov oked little comment, were still n feature of the situation. Spilng wheat markets received 1,670.274 bush, against H4U.8S6 laatyear; winter wheat points 288,144 agalnat24li, 783 lau year. The jOscllsh visible aupply lu creaaed 1,118.000 buah. Liverpool'!! stock In creased for the week 282,000. Europe's vlsl ble increased 3(10,000, and to-night It looka aa though there might be an increase In the world's visible to-morrow of 4,0110,000 bush. Berlin de clined X and lludipt.it lH. A Detroit despatch aald: "The greatest Ice blockade in the hlstoryof the great lakes was raised yesterday." Later In the day prices again took an upward courae on the good export buviiig. covering of shorta and" outside speculation. Oblcaf-o reported increased out side buying and at the Produce Kxchange tho dominant sentiment at the close wus bullish, mainly, however, owing to the sharp riae in Knglish cabiea and the amall exports from cumpeting countries. Little streaa la laid on the larue increaa-, in tlm visible supply or on the large primary receipt. Europe- wants the wheat and evidently wants ft badli. Bo much for the visible supply, which, after all, Is the smallest In flftem years. As to tho Northwestern receipts, a Mlnneap nlia ileapatch aald: " Our lather heavy recolpts today repreaeut the clean-up of side-tracked cars nu tho Oreat Northorn road." During the past week specu lative lntereat in wheat haa beeu gradually Incrtas ing, encouraged by the persistent export demand, our praitlcal monopoly of tba European market, small world'a atocka and relatively low prlcea. Corn waa atronger In aympatby with wheat, though lta friends were also encouraged by higher cables and a good export demand, the sales being re ported at fully 76 loada for export. Early in the day New York reported a decrease In the visible of 3U3, 000, but, aa in tbo case of wheat, the ngnres were olianged to conform to those of Chicago, which an nounred later on that there bad been an increase of 807,000, IJverpool'n stock increased for the week I 12u,ooo, 1 he clearances to-day happened to be only 186,000. The primary receipta, moreover, were 1,001,871), against 728.01)8 laat year. The world'a ! aulpmeuta were 8.263,utl, agalnat (l,48e,ra In the previous week and 6,613,87m laat year. This shows that Ameilca ia supplying a goo11) proportion of Ku- j rope's consumption of cont as well as that of wheat. Chicago's cash aalea were stated aa high aa halt a million bush. Gounseluian k Day pouit out that Western atocka havo recently decreased rapidly, that j cattle feeding has Increased heavily and that the I trading la on a large scale. Oats also moved upward I and 100,000 bush, were taken for export at Chlcagj. I New York thought that there had been a deoreise In the vistU of lu,0oo, lu 1 Chicago hald that there had been in an Increase of 848,000 and New York let it go at that. Oulcago'a stocks are light and there ia an excellent demand there for both home and lor elgn account, facta nblch are of tarmoielmportauce than a petty au.uatible over the vislblo supply bgures. FLOun Dull but steady. Sales, 12,000 bbla. Re ceipta were 11,1)04 bbls, and 2V.481 aacka; exports. 2.207 bbls. and 27,481 aacks. Winter In bbla.: Su perfine, (2 80.ta2.40; No, 2 extra, 3.4o2.0: clears, t3.u04su.20;au-alghte,18.8uef.1.4&;pattnta, a.6r,r$a.B0. Spring in bbls.i Clears, 3.KC.(I3.00: atralgms, sa.163S3.86; patents, I8.6oata.76. CuTioti Spot cotton hers waa umhanged; no aalea; 1,700 balea were delivered on contracts. Middling uplands, & 13-180., againat 6H0.1 New Or. leans and Uulf.U l18c, agalust Hc. Wilmington advanced He, Oalveston declined 1.18c. New Or leans sold 700, Memphis 4,000. Oalveatou 400, Augusta olil. and Mobile BOO. Liverpool declined l-UJd. 011 the apot, with Balea of 10.000 bales; futures opened partially 1 point higher, but reacted and closed unchanged to 1 point lower. Maucbeater was ateady. Uouston received 16,680 balta. againat 14.682 last week sod 11,1)82 Uat year. Houston shipped 17,230 and Memphis ; 8,748. Houston expect to-morrow 28,000 to 2P,r,no, against 30.4U7 laat week and 18,184 laat rear. New Orleans exptcta 2it,ooo to 28.000, agalnat 30.D6S last week and 88,080 laat year. Port receipta 72.H88, agalnat 84,613 laat week and 88,r,ti6 laat year: thus far Una week 118,688, against 104,410 thus fr last week. Port exports were 44,288. . The rain fall for tho past twenty-four hours Included 1.48 inches at VIckvbura.Mlts.t 1,13 at Montgomery, Ala.: 1 at Memphis, Tenn.t .88 of an Inch at Chatta nooga, Tenn.; ,78 at New Orleans. La.: .64 at Arnarlllu. Ter.l .08 at Abilene, Tex.: .08 at Knox vllie, Tenn.t .04 at Atlanta, Qa. .04 at Oalveston, Tex., and .02 at PaUatlne, Tex. The Signal Servlca predicts fair and oolder weather during the next 8(1 hours In Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory, and threatening woather with rain and colder In the balance of the cotton belt. New Orleans declined (I to 7 points. Fntures here declined a to 7 polnta, and closed steady, Prices aa follows 1 llioheit. a.ewif. Cluing. December ,,,,.6.61 6.60 &,4nC.4n January 8,68 6.40 6.48(16.47 February,, 6.48 6.4 II 6.47(r,.4S March 6.64 6.41) 6.60(46 01 April 6.S7 C.6B 6.6896.64 May B.ni n.flrt 6.67(.... June 8.84 n.r.ll 6.80(46.(11 July ..6.87 C.tIA 6.8316.(14 August 6.71 6.111 r..(tllO'..(!7 September 6.88 6.82 G.82C-16.n4 October 6.07 5.03 6.8396.84 There was a fly in tho amber to-day. Cotton bulla were to aome extent dispirited by a decline in Liver pool, large receipts and warmer weather in moat parte of the South. Wet weather waa reported In atead of tha recent anowa and sleet atorms. Wet weather Is not desired: It may prove quite as detri mental to the crop as cold weather or morj so. But undeniably there waa a greater disposition to-day to realize In view of tho tncrcaaed crop movement, an lncreaae traceable, no doubt, not merely to the warmer weather but to tho higher prlcea which have latterly prevailed. Stlll.lt la admitted that there la little disposition to sell short. Kiporlence la pro verbially a severe teacher, and experience has taught the lesson that cotton can rise, aa well aa decline: that bulls are to Havo something to say about tho prico of cotton thla sea aon, or. to apeak more correctly, that the law of sup ply and demand, a big demand offrcttlng a big sup ply, la to determine the price. To-day Liverpool, the Continent and New Orleans sold here, and th-ro waa also more or less local liquidation. On the de cline there, waa aome covering of shorta, and more or less buying fresh for long account by local and out sldo operators. Liverpool also bought to tome extent to roverse straddles. The difference be tween January and March is widening In favor of March, which waa 8 points over January, Fall Blvor, Mass. " In the print-cloth market krokem report aales last week aggregating 400,000 pieces, and the market ie quote 1 firm. Tho market la oleared out of trust goods, and tho mills will make only short contracts." Herein New York, It Is stat ed, the strong tone of the textile markets la unim paired. Oalveston, Tex., Dee. 18. "A fr.end from Fort Bend saya he la through picking andhas shipped the last of bla crop, and that but little cotton la left in his neighborhood. A corespondent ssyartherels little leftlo bn picked lu D Witt county, but that farmois are sllll holding a good deal of cotton." CorrxE. Rio on tho spot was firmer: No. 7, 8H9 7c. Bales of 6,000 bags ltlo No. 7, 860 Central Amer ican, lOOSavanllla and 100 Maracalbo. Futuroa ad vanced 10 to 16 pnlnta and closed steady with sales of 20,760 bags. Btvre advanced Mf. Hamburg un changed, ltlo waa barely steady with pricca and ex change unchanged: receipts, 1,000; stock, 237,000, Santos was firm, and unchanged: receipts, 18,000; stock, 888,000. The future trading hare waa aa f ol . lows: Salei. Htghett. LovuU Clonng. January. 8,260 6.80 6.70 6.8095.85 February 6,8695.85 March 2,000 8.00 6.05 6,858.00 April 600 8.00 0.00 8.0J9II.05 May 1,760 0.10 8.O0 8.0598.10 June 260 8.06 8.05 0.1098.16 July 760 8.16 U.15 8.1098.16 August 3,000 0.20 8.20 6.1698.20 September 4,600 8.26 8.20 0.2098.26 October 1.600 (1.80 (1.30 0.260.0.30 November 1,260 8.35 8.25 6.809(1.35 December. 8.000 5.80 5.75 6.8096.8S A rise in package coffee of He, small Rio receipta, and some demand from shorta aa well aa moro or Use "long" buying, cauaed an advance In coffeo futures. Norton. Mcgaw k Co. are reported to have reduced their estimate of the present ltlo and Santos crop from 8,760,000 to 8.000,000 bags. Arbuckle Brothers have advanced their prico for packsge coffee He., making their quotation PHc. for Arlosa. Tho Woolaon Lion brand Is )t'c. Tbe Woolson Spice Company has advanced the price of roasted cotto He V. 2., the first advance raado by them in aome time. ThoyaUto: " In conformity with the condition existing in Brazil, where the crops are not only large, but vastly improved in quality, and owing to the fact that our competitors in the roasting trade aro eager to buy all the lower giadea at a uotltioue price compared with cof leca of auperlor quality, we have decided to make a further material Improvement in tho quality of the Lion Brand. Pleaae take notice, therefore, that effective, Monday, Dec. 18th. the price of Lion ooQeewillbe advanced He B B). as a compensation for tho better quality of tho brand In the future. By comparison this improved grade can be readily determined by dealers and con sumers as not ouly superior in drinking quality, but also in appearance of the coffee. Present stocks of Lion now in our supply depots over the country will be delivered to jobbers at the old price, but all new shipments (which will consist of tbe improved grade) will bo billed at tho half-cent advance, conforming to such Improved quality. Naval Stobis Spirits quiet at 42H943C. Common to good Btralned resin $1.40. Provisions Lard wai ateady; prime Western $5.35: city, $4.80; Continental refined, $6.45. Pork was steady at $8.7&9$u.2& for mess. Meats wero quiet; pickled hams. 797Hc; do. shoulders, 4o.; do. bellies, 6H95Hc. Tallow, 8 8-1 8c. Dressed hogs, 4H94UC. Butter Creamery, Western, extras, 21c; do. firsts, lu920c: State, finest, luaiuHc; do. first. 17H918HC Cheese State, rull cream, large, coloredorwhlte, fancy, lOUaiOMc-do. choice, 6M9 inc.. do. email, fancy, 10.149UC. Eztrs-Stato and Fennaylvanla. average best, 28927c; Weatern, fresh gathered, lirata, 26c. Chicago, Dec. 18." Provisions were fairly active with u moderate trade. Part of the early advance waa lost on scattered realizing Bales. Ihe offerings from packers were light. Tho cloatng was steady with prices the eanie to allghtly higher than Saturday. Trade in the cash end of the market was rather slow." 8uqah Haw was ateady at 4HA4 7-10c. for 08 lest and 8H0 for 80 test. Rcttned was quiet and steady. Chicago, Dec. 10. These were to-day'e prices: Sat. Wheat: Opening, lltahett, Loweit. Clonng. A'ight. Deo.... 68 !- 86 88 85H May.... 67H 87 67H 87H 86H Tnt- 66W 8RU RfiVf 865 04J Corns Deo.... 34M 34H 84H 84H 04 May.... SBH 35M 35H 855 84H July... 35H 86H 35H 36H 36H Oaf : Dec... 26H 26H 26 20 20 May.... 28"J 28H 26H 26K 2 Lard: Jan.... 6.13H 6.15 6.10 6.12H K.12H May... C.37H 6.37H 5.32H 6.35 C.32H llxbt: Jan.... 4.85 4.67H 4.62H 4.82H 4.65 May... 4.86 4.86 4.80 4.80 4.82H Vork: Jan. ...$8.45 $0.45 $S.37H $9.40 10.40 May... 9.72H 0.76 D.87H 8.87H U.87H Llvo Stock Market. -New Yori, Monday, Dec, 10. Receipts of beeves for two day were 3,603 head, Including 32 cars for export, 102 cars for slaughterers, and 61 for the market. Good to obolce steers were In fair demand aud ateady: common and medium tirades slow and easier; bull and cows weak to 16o. lower. Six car of cattle wero held over. Ordinary to choice eteers sold at $4.403$5.50 V 100 Its.; 2 Christmas beeves at $6.H6; oxen and ataga at $3.70984.65; bulls at $2.H59$3.60; dry cows at $1.76813.70. Dressed beef sold at 798Hc ) t. for ordinary to choice native sides; Christmas beef at U9Hc London and Liverpool cables quoted American live cattle lower at 10H911HC. dressed wclrbt; live sheep easier at lo10Ho.. dreaaed welgnt; refrigerator beef firmer at i-Hc. ifl tb. Ex ports to-day, none; to-morrow, 460 beeves and 8,825 quartors of beef. Receipts of calvf for two daya were 434 head, and the total ofleringa were 480,4afflve and 26950c, higher on light aupply. and IDS pen were promptly cleared. Common to choice veala sold at $&9$8.26 per 100 Bs.; barnyard calvesat $2.M2!49$3.60; fed calves at $3.759$4: a car of Southern calves at $3.25. City diessed veals higher at 8H9 1 lHc V " Receipts of sheep and lambs for two daya were 11.H88 head, Including 18 cars direct, and the total supply for the market v, as 47 cars. Sheep were lu abundant supply, but top grades were stesdy, while medium atock was dull aud Ion or; choice lamb firm and other grades generally steady, with medium rather hard to sell at the prices ; 4H care, mainly sheep, wero held over. Poor to choice sheep sold at $2.609$4.75 V 100 lbs.; tops at $5; "culls" at $2; common to choice lambs at $69$5.8."; culls at $49$4.&0. Dreieed mutton, 698c V lb.; dressed limbs, 7W9 8 He. Receipts of hogs for two day were 11,487 head, Including 1,085 ror salo. Market alow at $3,609 $3,75 V 100 lbs, for fair to choice hogs. Court Calendar Till Day, Appellate Division Supreme Court. Recess until Friday, Dec, 23. at 1 P. M. Supreme Court Special Term Part I. Motion calendar called at 10:80 A.M. Part II. Ex-parto matters. Part III. Case unfinished. Motions. De murrer No. 808, Preferred causes Nos. 2483, 1X86. Part IV. Case unfinished. Law and tact Nos. 1488, 1146, 1417, 1502, 1852, 841, H2, 1484, 1474, 1B47, 1764, 17B0, 1701. 171)6. 17H7. 1841, 1863. 602, IB 61). Part V. Cass unfinished, Casea from Part 1Y. Part VI. Motions from Sper-lal Term, Tart I, I'art VII. Clear, Ele vated railroad cases. Trial 2erm. Part II. Case unfinished. Preferred causes Nos. 6030,73X6, 6267, 6262, 6677, 8033, 8084, 7267, 7648, 7612, 76111 7275, 72118, 7611, 7621, 7641, 7415, 6874, 7638 6461), 6764,7440,6042, (HI48, 6047, 6078, 1077, 1263, 6x0.1,7033,741)6,7667. Part 111. Clear, Nos. .1114. :18',2, 88(14, 866, 8143.32311. 81168, 1658, 1U51, 30711. 3N2&, HH54, 2166, 2624, 222N, 263.'), 2624,2427, 1 1880, 1652, 2188, 2781), 210&, 2806, 2840, 284(1, 2168, 2846, 2860. Part IV. Clear. Caaes from Part III. . Part V.-Caie unfinished. Cases from Patt HI, Part VI. Adjourned for thti term. Part VII. Clear. Nos, 1163, 2II2&, 8,164, 8404, 3418, 34MD. 8606, 851)7. 1 8511, 8617, 862U, 8640, 8786, 3746, 2146, .'11148, 8848, 2341, 1722, 8284, 8304. 3330, 8835, X6H, 8N76, 3H8H, 8X02, 1028,3665, 1864, 2857, 2N60, 2870, 28X2, 1 281(6,2688, Part VHI.-Case unfinished. Cases from I Part VII. Part IX. Clear. Cases from Part VII. Part 1 X. Case unfinished. Cases from I'art VII, Part XI, rase unnnlehed, Caaea from Part VII, Part XII. CeutfinWued, Caaea from Part IX. Hurrogate'a Court Chambers. Motion calendar called at 10:80 A. M. No. 1416-W1I1 nt Charloa OKeefeat 2:16 P, M, For probate-Wllla of Ftsn ilska Uaualer, Eleuora Wehte, Batah P. Walduiu, Barah Hheffleld, Sarah M. Brady, Aarou 11. Burr, MaryE. lluggiua. John Haley, Oatdncr L. Oolton, at 10.80 A. M.i Margaret E. Hhortlll, Cord Vogts, at 2 P. M. Trial Term. No. 1480, will of Thomas S. Robertson at 10:30 A. M, City Court bpeclal Term. Court opens at 10 A. U. Motions. Trial Term. Part I. Clear. Nos. 1648, 626X, 1581, 1H26, 1834, 1776, 2050, 2060, 2061, 2062, 2083, 2064, 2068, 2061). 2070, 2071, 2072, 2073, 2074, 2076, 2076. 2077, 207H, 2078, 2080. 2081, 2082, 2084, 2086, 2086. Part ll.-Caa unfin ished. Noi. 1182, 1886, 1XHR), 1782, 17H.1, 1786H. 1848, 18U7, 126S, 1725, COHuH. 684, 1843, 13O0, 1XHU, 2010, 1380, 1180, 1864, 1608, 1882, 20O0, 1717, 60, 1270, 1668, 1X88, 3108, 2108, 2111, Part JH.-Clear. Noa. 6202H. 816, 1803H. 2014, 1370,18X4,1776, 1430H, 2018. 2018, 1407, 1487, 1606, 1071, 2087, 2088, 2088, .'OHO, 2081, 20112, 20X3, 201)4, 20X6, 2088, 20U7, 2088, 2100, 2102, 2103, 2104, 2105, 2106, 2107. Part IV.-Cler, Short Causes No. 6644. 5238. llKil, 6140. 6344, 648M, ot, 6371,8216, 87B, 6872,4038,8275,6846,6366, effiBtUKMI. uutsjijijn. . j j ,1-n.njij-L isu j-j-ij j--i-i-ni.i.rir.r-i"r ' ' $1OO,'O0O First Mortgage Five Per Cent. Gold Bonds Off THI5 NEW YORK & QUEENS LIGHT & POWER COMPANY. Dated April IB, 1808. Bne Jnn. 1st, 1080. INTEREST PAYABLE JANUARY AND JULY 1ST IN NEW-YORK. The Company I In absolute control of the electrio light and power buslnes In that portion of OreaUr New York formerly comprised within tha villages of Flushing, Whlteatone and College Point and th I town of Fluahlng. All the franchise of th Com pany are perpetual except one, which extend for i 25 year with the privilege of renewal. The Com pany doe all the pnbllo electrio Hinting In th above territory under five and ten year contract, and has in addition a large commercial lighting and power business. rmen and full parti oolahs FUKNISnin ON APPI.I0ATION. Otber hlgli-grndo Municipal find Corpora tion securities conatnntly on hnnd. N.W. Harris & Co., BANKERS, 81 NASSAU BTnEET. NEW YORE. Dank of Commerce Building. BOSTON. 0HI0A0.O. THE STATE TRUST CO. 1O0 BROADWAY. Capital and Surplus, $1,800,000. Act a Trustee, Rcglstrnr, Transfer nnd Fiscal Agent of Corporation, nnd n Ex editor, Administrator, Truatre, Guardian, and Committee of Katnte. Legal Depository for Court nnd Trust Fund. Take full charge of Renl and' Perionnl Estate. In terest allowed on deposit. VTILLIAM A. WHEHXOOK. Frealdent TV. A. NASH, Vlce-Prcaldcnt. H. M. FllANCIS, Secretary A. Treasurer. 11. 11. 11ERRY, Trust Officer. TRUSTEES. Willis S. Paine, Charles Bcribner, Henry II. Cook, George VT. "White, Walter S. Johnston, Perclval Enauth. Joseph N. Ilallock, Thomaa A. Molntyre, Edwin A. McAlpln. Edward E. Poor. Andrew Mills, Anson a. McCook, William A. Nash, R. A. C. Smith, George Foster Peabody, Thos. F. Ryan, J. V. Probst. V llllsin A. Wheelock, Henry Steers, Kllhu Root, Georgo W. Qulntard, Joel B, Erhardt, Forrest H. Parker, NOTICE TO HOLDER8 OF BONDS OF STOCK QUOTATION 'lEI.EOItAPH COMPANY. TniS IS TO CERTIFY that at a drawing held thla 27th day of October, 1888, In our presence, at the office of the Central Trust Company of New York, Trustee under the Trust Peed of Mortgage of the STOCK QUOTATION TELEGRAPH COMPANY, dated February 1st, 1888, tho following twenty (20) bonds, issued under aald mortgace, viz.: Noa. 1,38,80.01, 108, 110,180,143, 152, 167,186, 212.238, 262.277, 818, 821), 831, 376, 3B7, wero designated forredemp tlon at tho office or said Central Trust Company, 54 Wall Street, New York, on the first day of February, 1861). at their par value. Interest on said bonds will cease on the day named for redemption. Dated New York. October 27th. 181)8. STOCK QUOTATION TELEGRAPH CO.. Br William II. Hurst, President, CENTRAL TRUST CO. OF NEW YORK. By E. F. Hyde, Second Vice-President. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing numbered bonda were drawn as stated. Witness my hand and teal this 27th day of October, 180. FRANK . SMIDT. Notary Public. N. Y. Co. TIIK HOLDERS OF Chicago, Wisconsin & Minnesota 1ST 6S, DUE MARCH 1ST, 1916, Milwaukee & Lake Winnebago 1ST 6S, DUB JULY 1ST, 1912, ARE REQUESTED TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE UNDERSIGNED, WITH A VIEW OF PROTECTING THEIR INTEREST, AS AN ATTF.MPT IS ABOUT TO BE MADE TO DISTURB THEIR LIEN. New York. December 19, 1888. F. J. Listnan & Co., 80 BROAP BT.. NEW YORK. ALLEN, WOOD & McORAW, 1?C IROn RTltEITT, TELEPHONE 6181 CORT. Continental Tobacco Com. & Pfd. New Amsterdam Gas Com. & Pfd. American Air Power. H. G. Campbell & Co., Members of the New York Stock Exchange, buy aud ell Stocks and Bonds for caab or on margin. MEW OFFICES, 11 WALL ST. 3iiiat..(l0 una Mxttm. THE COSIMERCIAT. CAI1LE COrPANT. (MackayIennett Syetem.) No. 263 Broadway, New York. Dividend No. 38. A quarterly dividend of one and three-quarter, per cent, and a bonus of one per cent on the capital stock of this company aro hereby declared, payable on the 8d day of January, 1 8U9, out of net earnlnga, to all stockholders of record on Dec. 21, 1888. The tranafer books will cloae Dec. 21 Inst, and reopen on Jan. 4, 1888. By order of the Board of Director. E. 0. PLATT, . Treasurer, Dated Dec. 6, 1606. KNICKERBOCKER TRUST CO., 234 FIFTH AV. Branch Office, 68 Broadway. New York, December 18, 1888. The Board of Directors have thla day declared a semi-annual dividend of THREE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT, from net earnings on the capital stock of this Company, payable January lat, 1888, to stockholders of record of December 20th. 1888. Tranafer booka will close December 20th, 1808, at 3 P. M., and reopen January 8d, 1888. FIU-J'jK L. ELBRIDOE. Secretary. omrie iiomi:ntakkminino CO., MILLS BUILDINO. 16 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK, Deo. 16, 1888. DIVIDEND NO. 266. Tho retrular monthly dividend, TWENTY-FIVE (26) CENTS PER SHARE, has been declared for No ember, pa) able at the nfllcn of the Company, Ban Francisco, or at tbe transfer aorenrr In New York, on tho 24th Inst. AlsoK-TllA DIVIDEND (NO. 268) of Twenty-five (26) Cent per Share, payable at th. same tlmo and place. Transfer boobw closn on the 20th Inst. LOUNSBERY CO., Transfer AgenU. TIH! CHICAGO, HOCK ISLAND A PA CI I'M RAILWAY COMPANY. OFFICE OF THE TREASURER. CHICAGO. III., December 16. 1898. A quarterly dividend of $1.26 per share will b. paid February lat next to the shareholders of this company's atock. registered on the closing of the transfer books. The transfer books will close at 8 o'clock P, M. ou tho 80th day of December, 1688, and reopen at 10 o'clock A, M, on the 8th day of January, 1888. i F. E. IIAYNE. Treasurer. FRANKLIN TRUST COMPANY." DIVIDEND No, 84. BROOKLYN, N. Y Dee. 7, 1808. The Board of Tutsieea haa this day declared a quarterly dlvldcn 1 of 2H per cent, upon th. capital atock of thla tompany.paj able January 8d, 1888, to the stockholdera of record at the closing of the trana fer books. Trausferbooka will be ringed from 3 P. U, December 23d, lSHH, until 10 A.M. January 8d. 1888, JAB. It. COWINO, Secretary, jEItrtioit3 ami gttmlttnu. UNION lClCU'IORAILROAI CO, Sncrlnl Mreitlng of rituckholdor. to the stockholders of union paottio Railroad company: NOTICE Is hereby given that a special meeting the Btockbold.r of Union Pacino Railroad Company will be held at the outre nf the Company at Bait Lake City, in the State nf Huh, ou the 10th day of Janu ary, 1808, at 12 o'clock noon, forthe purpoaeof oon alderlng and acting upuu proposed amendmentof theArticleeof Association of tha Company, lucreta lug Its Common Capital Stock by the amount of 127. 46(1,100, aud of authorizing the Issue and us of aucli additional atock. and of taking all suitable action (a that behalr. The booka for the tranafer of atock (both Common and Preferred) will be closed for the purpose of th. meeting at tho close of business on Thursday. De cember 16, 1888, and will be reopened on the day '".".'JI.P'J Jl meeting or any adjournment thereof. BY ORDEit OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. v -.- v n v. A-KX- MILLAR, Secretary. New ojk, December 2. 18U8. " A K Et?0TJP-o-' 'wnty Manager, of th New iV. York Institution for the Blind and of three In. spectora of Election will be held at th Institution. ?vtEmsnDY te si .", Kir k oa the " V, AUUU3TC3 &CO2IWEU0BN. EtexUrr. glcrtioM nua jajfttttiflff. rpilE ANNUAIi MEETING of stookholderTcTiw t 1 standard OH Company of Now York for It. ,? ' tlon of director will be held at tho ofllce nf th, mJ? pany, No. 20 Broadway. New York city, on Tiisid January nd, 1888, at eleven o'clook A. M. ""'"-'. i LOUIS D. 0L-.RKR, Secretary, rpiIE ANNUAL meeting of stockholders of then.? X wilier Street Firework Mfg. Co. for the titiiX of director, also three Inspectors of election win kT held at No. 172 Fulton at.. January 4th. 1888. p0ii! opsn OiSO to o'clock 1. M. ' "" W. A. TURNER. Becratap. ItKAT. KSTATE XK1TS. Tho 8&Ie of tha plot at ths southeast oorau ot Church and Leonard (tracts, In the heart ol the dry goods district, Is Interesting. The plot has on It at present loft and store building, but It Is tho Intontlon of tho syndicate which purchasod It to lmprovo tho slto with a com. morclal building twelve stories high. The totl amount Involvod In ths transaction Is about $1,300,000. tho now bulldlnii to cost S700.000, This Is the only largo building operation of th ' kind In this district for years, the district hi. Ing given over for tho most part to store and toft buildings. . u" Fifth avenue was again represented In yes. torday's sales. George II. lload sold for F w Sharon tho llve-8tor--.dweilln on lot 34.0x160. No. 32: Fifth avenue. Included In the property Is a drive, which leads to Thirty-second streot 12x04.3. Mr. Sharon secured the propertr in Mnrch, 18H.t. ?or SliIO.OOO. The purchase T, said to bo in tho nature of an Investment. A deedwse recorded yestonlny by th Women's Hospital of tho Btnto of New York toJosoph Hamershlae nnd David .. Onpen. helmer on Ita property ou Eighth avenue, from Ninety-seoond .to Ninety-third streot, ad proporty adjoining on Mnety-second street. Tho proporty was sold subject to two mortl gages aggregating $21)0.000, The constdera. tlon as given was $1. Frlvnta Sal.. B. IT. Ij. Townsond Is reported to have soil No. 232 West End avenue. 9 Charlen QrlflKh Moses has sold for Thnmai II. Kceslng of lirlghton. England, tlm four. ntory brick tonoment. 24.0x081). No.211 Twenty-sixth street, and the three-story brick front and rear tenomont. 24.0x081). No 218 West Twonty-nlnth street, on prlnto ternn Daniel Hennensy has sold the live-story American basement dwelling, 23x(l.r)xH)'2'. No. 15 East Eighty-second street, to a Mr Prentice. It ia reportod that the Zabrlsklo estato has sold n tract of thirty lots on oast sldo ol I, Fontolno avenue, between 170th nnd 180th streets. , . George Tl. Head has sold for F. I,. hlolgliter to Mandelbnum .tLowiiie tho old Inillilinifson tho northwest corner of Avenue IJ and Ninth Btrect. 20x75. Irving I. Kempnor has purchased two four. story double tenements, on plot BOillXI-l, Nos, E 533 nnd 535 East Eleventh ntrect. nnd the die story double tenemont, on lot 25x103 3, No. 632 East Twelfth streot. Charles E. Hchuvlor fc Cof havo sold for 31, Held &Co. to A. L. Lnndeii. the two-story trU vnto dwolling. on lotT10x80.2. No. 273 West Elghty-fonrtt. streot. Ducrot ct Eddison have sold for James T. Fltzpatrlck to Julia Knapu, the flvo-stnry 1 douldp apartment house, 33.0x00x100, No. ! 515 West 145th streot, " It is said that tho Fetors property in Mount Vernon was given nt $100,000 as part payment i for tho apartment houso on tho southe-tst cor- V nerof the Boulovard and Ninety-fourth street, 1 tho sale of which was reported last weulc. 1 Anctlon Snlcs. I At the Now York Real Estate Salesroom yes- terday William M. Ityan sold, in foreclosure, the live-story stone-front flat, on lot 17 (It 100.11, No. 205 East 114th street, to tho phin tiff. Adelaide It. Jackson, for $12,000. Fhlllp A.Smyth sold. In foreclosure, tho four story brick store nnd tenement, with one-story frame building on rear of lot, 25xl8 ft. No Wirt West Twenty-ninth street, to J. 11. Miller lor $H.350. S. Morris Pryor sold. In foreclosure, tho lot 20!7x05, at tho northeast cornor of Audubon avenue nnd 107th streot to Henry De Peystor for $3,050; also two lots, each 25x0.1, on Auduhnu avenue, adjoining the above, to ths iilalntllls. B. W. Winans et al.,os trustees, lot J2.300. New Itnlldlncs. Plans wero fllod with the Department ot Buildings yesterday for tho following: liyJ. R. Atkinson, owner, for reconstruction of the three-story building at southeast corner of Nlnoty-thlrd street and Loxington avenue into stores and flats ; architect, CT H. Collins) cost $12.000. HERB'S a cr-mrucE! 3IUST BE SOI.D! TWELVE HOUBES, JUST FINISHED; PRICES FROM $2,000 TO $5,000. YTOODSIDE, MA8PETH, ELMIIURST, CORONA AND FLUSHING. BOROUail OF QUEENS. Don't purchase until you ha.o examined them. An Interview with me will sa,e you money. ISY TERMS TO RIOHT PART1E3. JOHN FALKINBURU, Builder, opposite Murray nil! Station, Fluahlng, L. I 2 to 8 P. M. genl eutateor ale JTeiir grrueu. rfENAFLY, N. J. $2,1.00 buys handaome modern -- cottaze: bath, cltyjrater, cemented cellar: grounds V.Ouilu; terms, $l,mKicasn, balance atralght mort gage: also new. aubstantlal 8-room honae, with city water, canlen, for $2,100; terms, $500 cash, balance $18 monthly, covering both principal and Interest, WEATHEBBY. 271 Broadway. Htlttt -Boara. J5at Side MADISON AV., 87. Large and amall rooms, hand somely furnished, with table board; transient desired. 9KTH ST.. 118 EAST (near Madison So.uare-. --U Uandaom large and amall rooms; delightful table board; reaaonable. ' West Side. ' WOMAN'S CLTJB nOCRE, 41atat.,104, 108 West. Attrsctftely furnished roomi in Woman's Club bouse: nurses, artlBts, and profes slonal women. Ladles visiting the city accommo dated; centrally located. 1 7TH ST., 24 WEST. Medlum-sle room, suitable J- for two; vacated by partlea leaving town; refer encea OQD ST., 417 WEST, New England lady has plesw '"- ant, sunny rooms, large, amall; every conven lence; auperlor table. ' TfJTH ST., 288 WEST. Dealrableroom. with bathi v suite, single; convenient cars; tranelenta ac commodated; reduced terme; reference. 1 $tlct atoatfl aBraoMnn. HENRY ST.. 888. Near South Ferry and Bride oara; dealrable aunny rooms; flrst-claaa boirdt $8 to $7. -furn.uUtiigooras&apnrtwtntjJ.oXet i Bust sidoi ' QITH ST., 158 EAST.-Beautlfnl front and rear '-E parlors; adapted phyalcian; excellent locatlonl boarq reasonable. 1 OD ST.. fi& EAST. Front room to let, with f JL without board. Apply to Mlaa N. BENEDICT, Wsst aide. 'PUREE large room for light housekeeping and 2 -a- single ones. Apply DO Uacdougal at. 1 CTH ST., 27 WEST. Handaomely arTanged room J." adjoining tiled lath; aultable two gentlemen, gentleman and wife: references. ffCTHBT., 821 W. Handaomely furnished roomsT -I'-' large, small, with or without board;heated, ffiollrflffl and .Schools. For Olrla ft Young Women City A Country. St. Martha's Industrial School, U BnONXTILLE, N. Y. Under the charge of tbe BISTERS OF BT. JOSEy-B OT NAZARETH (Episcopal). Industrial tratalncf or flrU of ood character to make thera good housataapsra. Terms, aino o year. No vacation. j Illislness Colleges. Paine's Business College and School of Stenography and Typewrllina. Open Day and Evening. 82 Bowery, Cor, Canal Bt, Uptown: 107 West 8tb St.. Cor. Broadway. TTuTHEnFORD'B flOnOOLB. Orecg', the fotnrJ J-V shorthand; typewriting, bookkeeping. 1189 Broadway. New York; 20 Joralemon St., Brooklyn. j-vuiMl. PIAKO INSTRUCTItlaV. Careful, competent teacher; special attention t beginner; terms reaaonable. Addreaa LENA URDANO. 210 East mthst School for Languagaa. LANGUAGES. The VKLAbt'O SCHOOL, 88 Bcherniertiorn ht. Fhone 1,110 A Drootlyn. Dancing Academic. MSSS EcCABE'S Dancing School, 21 East 17th at., near 1 war Private and das lessons dally; beginners auy time. Schools of Physical Culture. J WOODS' I ' Handball, Boxing, 1 OYJINA8IUM. Training, Baths, Ac. 1 Q K. Stftb .. 1 Entranc, 0; monthly duea. M. 9