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THE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMDER 27, 1809.
SS Wall Btre.t. r- York. October 12. I89. To (he Holder of thi First Mortgage Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds or Tin: PITTSBURGH & WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY (IIATKH JULY I, 1817)1 fte'errlne to our notloe of December It, 11. 1 J w Bste to nniunretlut holder nf more thn 80 I i per rent. In amount of tn First MnrUaae Font Iter Cent. OoldUond.tif the Pitt.biiMh nl We.v em Railway Cotupsuy hT depo.lte.l theee bond with ui la .i.ordnc with tlw Una. of uld fl notice. J 1 We hro further to announce that we hr made I J arrangement with the IleorsnlMtliin Manager Iks of the Baltimore ant Ohio lUllroal Companr jtt whereby, In r Ihey l.u anr rian of rteontan- Ii" Iratlnn of the Pltt.biirith ami VVe.tern Hallway j( ': '' Compny prior to December U, INtw, ther under- !taio to irlTe all our ilepotltora whoaa bonlahlt lot have been .old to thorn for cnh, aa eUte 1 In tb j , neitpruraih, an option for at leaat thirty dart tjj after euch 1'lan Ij halted, to take par an 1 Intoroit In ' ', cah, or to bare their bond. Included In the rian on I the hsala of new aecurttlea. They also axroo that at the eiplratlnn of such option, they will purchai from ua for rath at pAr and accrued Intereit up it ! thetlmeof dellrery, all bond, held by u. In reapeot 3 of whh h the option to take new a-eurlllee ahall not l rf hare been eierelajd, we atreoluit to soil them auDh Ji bond If no l'lai ahall hiTn b.oo l.anel by that Ilk date, the foregolntt srTvnirrmenU will contlnu In j JJ force thereafter until aald Iteoruanltatloa Manager ill terminate the im by notice to u. j j If any holder of our receipt or certificate., rather 1 (ban await auch Plan, dealre. and ahall el 't to Mil f . hla bond, for caah (thereby lo.ln hi right of eleo- 2 i tlon to take either ca.h or now leouritle after l.ao jl i ance of the 1'lanl, aald lleorgantzatlon Manawi further s-tree that, at anr time prior to December I . j 4, 1HMK (and alto thereafter until notice from them S ' to ui, auch holder may present hla receipt or eerUn- '' cate at our oftlce for proper annotation of auch elec tion thereon, and that, at the eiplratlon of thirty day from the dtte of auch annotation, be ahall I Twelve par and accrued Intere.t In ca.h therefor at : cur office upon aurrenderut hi. r.c.lptor certlttcat ) iirupirly eudor.ed. f, J. P. MORGAN & CO. KINGS COUNTY AND FULTON f! ELEVATED RAILWAY COMPANIES. 1; i NOTICE. J To the Holder nf the ft OUAItANTY TltUST CO. jf I'KItTIFlCATKS Of OKPOS1T Wt fur the followluc bond and ahareal O FIIIST MOItTOAOK BONDS, M COLLATKItlL TIUBT HKUIK-t A BONDS. COLLATK1IVL flll'ST HK1UL3 1 1I0ND3, ffl ISCilMK DKUKNTUIIK. BONDS, AND lM firuOK OF XHE KINU3 COUNTY ELEVATED W UAILWAY CO., AND I IIIUST MOItTOAOK BONDS OF THE FULTON f. KLF.NArtD 1IAILWAV COMPANY, B embraced In the plan and agreement of reorcanlia- j tlon.dated Al'llII, 11T1I. 180. A Notice 1 hereby given that on and after NO H Vh.MltHK..J, ltWJ. holdira of Onarinty Tru.t C Company of New York CcrtincAte of Depj.lt for I aliore mentioned aeruritlr may roeire the new H bomla and Brooklyn llai ll-Tranalt Cn,pany Hock m repreaeuted by Vollni: Tru.t Ocrtlrlcato. to which they are entitle 1, upon preaentatlon and aurrender V cf their crrtiflatea at the ofnre of the Ouaranty n Tru.t Company of N. Y No OS Cedar St., New York Jl -'"' F.wh holder mail deliver all the certificate nf S , depo.lt held by him for the rarlou old .eaurltiea, H which will be acheduled and conaolldated Sot D I more than one hunlred achrdule will be taken in Va on each buinea. day. IK ' Holder entitled (o fraction of bond or nf ulj 71rooklyiiRjpllTran.lt Company .lo.k certiflcatee M tnu.t either e!l the fractlona or purchaae .uch IE amouut a. may be ueci.eary to entitle them to H an entire bond or a whole ahare of .took, at an X : approximate market price to be filed by the com- C I tnlttee, W ' Holder tranamlttlnz CcrtlAcate. of Dep3.lt by J' ' pall mint Indicate whether they wlah to .ell or FK puy auth fractlona, and whether they dealre the kB' tiew a.curltU'. aent by uxpreaa, at their eipen... IE) November 22d, lttuv. K AUGUST BELMONT, I- Chairman Reorganization Committee. 5 ffivlilrnrl'. an Ijntrrrjst. tj PACIHC MMLITEAMhlllP COMPANY. K! 1. lire ad at. New lork. Nor IMli, IHlO. Ki rj'nr. HO Mil) OF DIltKCTOHH hair Ihladay .le af'. J clarect aai-miMnniulillvMendofitM'. NII0.SE K HAH iH.il'KIK K.ST ,nu the Capital Stock of tbl. jrt lotnp.ny ia)allenn at defter De, ember let, 18i'W. M at the oitloe of th-M naiiiili-rruat Company. No 120 JH Broadway, New Jork. to the eto khol Ur of record I! at the cIo.Ipk f the b.ok- The tran.frr book ,W jrill cloe at the office f the Union Tru.t Company, M No. hu llroadwav. New Wk, Tue.day, Nor 31. t, jl JMHtf. at three en ' lurk 1'. M. and will reopen H Baturday, December '.M. Ikiiii, at ten (Hi) o'clock A. M. I JOShl'HIIEt.LEN.TreMurer I INTONATION 1. l'AI'IMl (IMl'ANY. 1 M) 1IU0M) STUFET. NEW kOIlK N Y, X . . . . N eniber I'd, IHHP. H i The Board of Mn-cior haa thii iiar declared the B remil.riiiiatterlr dirilendi.f ONE AND ONE-HU.F I J'KltCENT (I'r pircmt,, from nit earnluv., ou the 1 Prrferred Ctpllal toi k, iay iblii January id, tuoo. f to Preferred 'tockholiler of rienrd nf December loth. lHim. Check, will be mulled 1 ranafer Booke of the Pr frrr d Stock will cloae at Id B P. M.on the Kth i'ay of lie (mtn-r, Ihiip, and re al open January 2d, lloo, I C W UYDE. Becretary. 8 OrriOK ROUTIIF.BN PAflFK' COMPANY, g 38 HH(IAl) HT (MILLS HUll.IUMll. 3 Coupon, due D--ccmber lat from the following I tonda will uu )ald on and after that date at thla B etuie: JJ Central FaclSo Ilwy, Co. 3K per rent. HnrtRaE H Homla. K houlhern Pacifi: Co. 4 per rent. Bonda (Central H Pacl.1c8ocVCillatcr.il. B (lain aton, Harrl.l urti k Han Antonio Ilwy. 2d Mort al Catto 7 per ctnt. 1 Dtr. 1 N. T. SMITH, Treaaurer. ffjal 3JOtiC(iS. "MEW YOHK Hl'IMIPHK COUKT-Oiunly nf New , A York. IJlUUI.l Y AND Cl'ltltlKH OMl'ANY, .'- 1'laiutltT .K-i ll.t MAHi' A. MiNAMi.F. 1'llA.ShLIN !' . nllKl'l'AUD AND HO lAHU It Mlhl'I'UtD Do- Nndaut.. Ami Intel Huminoiia. Action No, 1, To the ulioru nan.ed deieudant aud each or themi You are luri-by euiiiiuoiieil to aumrtr the coin plaint in thl. acti n an I to ertu a li pi of ouran wer mi thu plautlira atturury within twenty day. ti after the aenhe nf thl. uiutnona, eiduilve of tint ft day of aorMce and in raao of your fa hue to ap- u ear or an.wi r. ju litmrnt will be taki u at;aiiiit you I ly lelaillaud tor tun lelief Uemaudid In the com- 1 ti Int. ! DitedOitob rJ7, li'm. J AlUMM.k 1IUAUI.I.Y Attorney for PlalntltT. OSicn i and Pul Uthiv Adilrcea, .i Cedar atrcet, Nvw York 5 tity 1 1o thedeicu UutMai) A M Naim-i-' S inalorv.niuuaiiiiii I it. mm u I aertedttpon v vou by imblimii in i urauau tiiuu uiderof th lion. I Leuiurd A (iiik'i-ruh Ju-menftin- Huimnie Court E ui the rlute nf New tort, laiod the loth ua of Ni I member, iHiiti aa amended b) an order UaUd the I litU ilay of Noti-iiiber, IHiih, and tiled with the J complaint In the tullco of the Deck or the , County of No Yuri, at the County Court Hou.e, Borough ot Manhattan, Clt) of New Yirk. aald oriler. having be, n ' 1 1 n the aald oitlcenii the tilth aud I ith daHOf No iiiIh r. tNim, ,mpt tlwly and raid complaint tutu oeui Sled on tno .ll.t ila of Octoi i r, 1 ui Hit" I, New Y rk N mini er, 18, ik i KAUA.iH . IIU 'l.i:k. Alt irnuy. for I'lalutllT, Office ' and lo.tOmco A idre.-, 4 1 ndur atnet, Nu kork llty. NKIV iOIIK N! PIIKMK Coritl -County of New iork. BIUUI.'.Y CUIlltli.H li'iMPANY, Plaiuttlt UKauirt M Vi.k A MlNnrl, HIA.NK1.1N I, nllhFl'AKII& llDn.MID It. H IKl'l'MU) DiUnd ailta Ami Inleit Hu iilnolii. ctioii No II lo theubiruuuuiid lUlunlai l-utnl laihof themi You are heieh) niirnii med In an.wer the iuiu Idaiut In thu action ami u .ere u copy of ) our an.aer on the pUlnliil iittoriim uitliiu tw. nil da oattei iheaerti u n hl oimiuou. ej luaire of thedi of a, rlci. and i.i ue nfj ur fj lurt toati. viaroran.H.r, ludKiuiiit will bo lakm aaln.tyoii I) detaultuudfor thu rulnf deinanded ui tho loin plaint. Hate I OiloLer J", trt in. AlHMrl BHMU.hY, Attorney, for rialntlff. OtUcuaii 1 Poet unite AdJre.a, 4 Cedar atreil, New York City. aothn.UrcloI.nl Mm) A McNamri Ihe or umiu amen teii Buiiiinoii. i aered upon Jon by publ atiou purauuit tnnu ir brof tliellon. Ionai i V ill-ifi rtcii. ua I i the Mipr niuLonrt ci ihuHtitnor Nv York, lUu-il thn lilili ,u ot No ymi.r. h u.a niiiuideii 1 an onloi datnl the 17th da) of Sot mWr, hu . ami 111 d with Ihe co.iii'Umt In thu n II i of itieCUrku thi County f New kork,t theC untr C mrt llotuu. Boiuunij of II in .tlin, Citt of Siw iork, eald order, havlnu leeulll dlniho a.ll oin u on the tilth and 17th day. of Noemlu r I H .ii, ie.iectlr ly. and aaid com ih? ,w ' ' '" "' "' ,h ''', lU,r "' 0-lber, Dated N w Y rk S ouibcr In, IHUit. ,i"M''. . "K'l'I.KV. Attorney, for Plaintiff i $"?A,,,7.1,"1 1 J,t um,-u Addre... 4 1 Cedar .irtel, iw I Oak UltX j A rtSANCIAL AND COMUKIWIAU (CewlinaMt rem I.Kiil pajl) Open. Iliik- ew- CUe itUt. Aomi. tar.' '" 7170CbioTer .... II1 16 llX IHOoChloTerp . 3U 40 30 44 :om C i. Iron D.. 2 K 1U 1M 4uoOOAlronDp 2M 'iH ZH ZH nflJC.ll VkT. ... 36 36 34 34M 8H58C, 11VAT p. . 03 06M 03 OC'i 600 Cul II Coal 10H 10H 18W 18U KJComC.bl. ..1U3 103 10.1 10J aiOileve.LiW. . liH 13 1CH 13 ; 100 11, Lb Wpf 46 46X 46 40W BBB10 lou.ol Uaa Oo.lyS 80 1 102 100 17H3SC.IAL .... 12 10 12 lUJf 4-.HHC, ILp 46 621 44 61M 4KS0 Del klludwn. 12.1 123M 130M 121K 34lD,LkW ,...100' 1D0N 18BW 180 41(10 Den UO. ... 21W 21H 2oH BOH 4.r,DenA IlOp. 76 76M 76 76k 4iol)MFtD . 18' 18Tt 18 17M 1800 Dul. H8 k All. OH OVt 0 OH ir.oiml.H4Allp 16 16 14M 14H 305 Erie II It 13H 13H 13U 13 3H2MKrli.nill.tp 3BM 3BV 30M 3IIK 20.)ErlTkT 1104 110M 110M 110H 7U0K1.T1I .. 40 40k 40 40 7ii0 Federal Steel. 6BH 00H 67 60r 71U7FrdStcelp .. B1K 81H 80k 8114 V436 0ht 8uiiarnf 62 63k 64 6UH r0OOIu8uifrp...l0Uk 102) 100k 1021 74yOtNorp ...174U 177H 174 170 SI4M Oen Electric. 120k 131k l'.'O 120M eoullUCUflln ...lldk ll4r 113k 114 ltwllome.uk.... 76 76 76 76 J080 Int Paper .... 20 20 U4k 26 144(1 Int Taper pf... 70 70 00 00k 200llllnol.Cen ...110 110kll4HllU luolntHilrer 14 14 14 14 10OH Iowa Central.. 14k 14k 14 14k 805 Iowa Cent p. .. 60k 60k 60k 60k BioKC.PAO ... 0 0 Bit bH It u Knlok Ice p. .. 70 70 70 70 Soon I. K. .V Wr.tern ll'k 21k 10k 21k 7701,EVe.tp. 7b BO 78 80 IK. Lake Shore ...208 20B 208 COB fOoLouuIaland. . 64 66k 64 66k M70 Laclede Oa. . BO BO 74?t 70 .180 Loul.fcNeah . 87 B7 BO BOK Kf.oM.HPABriM 21 24k 2 d 24 lft7uM.SPe.HSUp UOk 07 06k 0(!M 120311 M.nCon. ..100 100 101(104 7.120 Met Nil ctf . 4H Ck 4k fik S780 Met Ontral. . 13H 14k 13 13k G82MltUItwy.. .104k 104k 103 lDHk 10UlrhCentral..ll0 110 110 110 Bflrtl M WBElofC. 26H 20k 26k 2Uk B7U M W U El of Chlpf 80k 83 80k 83 8830 M ft ML. .... 71 71 00k 08 826kllnAHtL2p OB OBH 08 OH 17476 MlMOttrlPao. 40k 40k 48k 48k 100 Mo, Kan ft T 12k 12k 12k 12k 184(1 Mo, KftTpf. 40 40k 30k 30k Sun Mobile ft Ohio 46k 46k 46 46 78MorrlftreeilB7 187 187 187 2H70 Nat Steel .... 40 40 401. 4bk loOoWtlHteel p.... 06 06( 06 06k UO.NatLOil ... 3k 8k 3k 3k 03d0 N J Central ...123 124k 121 122k E.54I NY Central. ..137H 136k 13UH 137k r,70 Nat Lead .. 20 31k 20 30k MS Nt Lead p ...108k 108k 106k lOrk POMS North Amer . 13k 17k 13k 14H lONYftNlt. ..218 21B 21B 21B 10'ONTftfitL . 13k 16 13k 14 ftOONYCtStLUtp 83k 86 83k 86 140oNYCa.HtL3p. 36 37 36 37 SONY.LftW 132H 133H 132k 132H 146 Nat Bi.cult ... 42k 42k 42't 42k KONatBlacultp . 0 1k 04k P4k Odk 1CH01 Norfolk We. t 27k 27k 27k 27k S430 Norfolk ft Wp. 71M 71k 70k 71k 81126 Northern Pao. 60 60 66k 66k 4(116 NorthernPaop 76M 70 76 76k 3520D Ontario ft Weat 20 20k 26k 26't 6(tli paoCoaat. ... 61k 61k 60k 60k 220 P.i Coa.t I p 87k 87k B7k 87k 124racCoa.t 2dp Otlk 00k flOk 00k 18170 Pacific Mall 4774 48 46 46M 4I'6." Peo. Dec ft Er. 3Tj 31 3 3k 3277 Peo ft Ea.tern 6k 7k 6 7 38 hi IVd Steel Car. 67k 60 67 68k WTBPHteel Carpf.. 80k 80k BPk 80k 801 Pull Pal Car Co 103 10dkl03 104k 770P. C.t. ftStL.. 76 70 76 76 lOP.FtWkO 186k lBBk 18Bk 188k 3001-ltUft Wpt.. 18k 16k 18k 18k 3K8H Tenna It It .130k 132k 130 132k 3SHH0 People' Oft CI 13k 116 113k 114k 1780Ileadln 21k 21k 20k 20k S71l0Itd(mtltp. 00 00k 6f-k 68k 8760 Iteadlnc 2d p. 32 3k 30k 3CH 2880ItepubllcIftB 26k 26k 24H ' 24k artS5 ltep I ft H p 71 71k 00k 70 2810IUO Orand.W 41 43k 41 43k 7IOIlloOWpfd... 86k 80k 86k 80k 1470SILSW. .... 13k 13k 12H 13 8050 bt L 8 W pfd . 33k 33k 31k 31k 800BIP ft Omaha. 117k 118 117k 118 iano',8 Southern Pao -13k 44k 42k 43k 18126 Southern Ilwy 13k 13k It 13k 38686SoItwypf 67k 6Bk 67 68k 182 Rt Jo ft OI ... Ok Ok Ok Gk 28&HtJoftUIlp 62 62 60k 60k 700htJoftOI3p 16k Itlk 10k 10k 1274tLftHK .. 11 Ilk lUk 11 87fitLJ.BFtp 72k 72k 71 71 1460 HtL ft riF2p 37 37k 30k 37 8187 8tanderdHftr 1 Ik 12k 10k lk 12480TennCft I ...116 llfk 111k 116k f,20TwlnCUT . 03 64'i 03 04k 80TwlnCltTp.l36k 136k 136k 136k 428 Third Aril It 14b 162 118 161 llOOTeil'acLand. Ilk 12k Ilk 12k 47iOTeiaPacMo.. 10k 10k 18k 10 126U67 1'nionPaciao . 60k 61k 40 60k 28117 1'trnnPacpf... 77k 7bk 70k 78 20 IIS Flour ft M. 12 12 12 12 sroUHFMpf. . 26 26 24k 24k 40 I S Fxpreaa.,.. 60 60 60 60 176nDnIla:P.. 27H 28 20 20k 67 Un Ban ft P p.. 70 70 78k 70 31H6 UHItubber. .. 47k 40 47k 4B P28UflIlubberp..lll 112 110k 111H 338267 US Leather. 26k 28 18k 20 43 100 CH Leather p. b3 83k 70k 80 128iWabah dk 8k 8k fik 8661 Uabaah pfd... 24 24 22k 22k ilKOWe.tUn T.I.. 86k 88k 87k BB R420UA-I, E ... 1114 Ilk 11 11 2300 W ft LE lat p. 68 68k 67k 68 8n36VLK.dp. 30k 30k 2Dk 30k 8Hft7WlaCent. . 10k 20k Ilk 20 (tr.2MCp . 60H 60k 60 60 100 Warner PilCal 03 103 103 103 yotalaalei, 2,663,040 hare. Wv.l.l.l. ,..1 Sunday, Nov. 20. Tlio official count of cnili In the TreitHtirr to day coinpiircd with that of yeitordar Hhotrs: .Vn. i, Onlil coin and bullion tl46,nO,iH Bllr dollar and bullion 1ii.'.6h,474 II. H. note. 16,833.171 Other a.. eta, le.a demand liabllltte. , 34 242 680 Aratlable caah bal , Inclndlnu cold ra aerre 1204,511,81)7 Court t'nlenilnin TIM. Dny. Appellate Dirl.lon Bupreme Court Beoc., bupn mot ourt -Appell ite Trm Motion.- Appeal from Urdor or C.ty Court No,. I, Apptal from Juiluniuiit of City Court No. 1. Appeal fioni Mu nicipal Court Ni I to 87 Inolu.lre, Huprnme Court-Hpeiial T. i m- Part I. Motion calendarcalled at 10.30 A. M. Part II, Kx-paite matter. Part W.-Ckar. Mot ou Demurrer No.. 1146, 1160, PaitlV. Ca.v unllul.hid. Law and fart. Noa, 82US, 8MHH 1(1 HI 3181 Ulllit 87 7, 2flli(l. 8(3, 2H17.84I0 Part V.-Ca.e undnl-hed. Ca ea from Fart I. lat M.-(a- nnrnl.he.l. Can from Part IV Part Ml. Clear Fla.atid It It. cae. Trial Term. Part II Clair. Prefeired cinan Noa, 10-.-.H, loflf., ttaoii, 1 170 l iui. 1184 , 11. (M, i;,ti i, 1 1.117. iiun-3 mil,. i iiwi, i nmi, i tr, is. Uiir.7. Part lll.-Oiae unlnl he.l. No.. 02n 67UI, 67. i , .'.1. 1 1, f-.ll4 ,1u 8 3H.MI. 021, it ills, 8H41, IIU73. 6H11, '.67H. illli 11278 IIJ7H, flj 1. 1002 41 III M.U I. null. 642V. H07 47611, 6641. 871.6, .I8llik 6"3l. 6UI8, J2 1 8J24. 8ti61, Part IV,- Cue uuMnl.lied. Caea fr in Part III, part.V, dM -Aijnnr el for that rm PartMI. Ca- unflul.li , Iimtie t. No. ..33il. liar c.len-dar-Nia tl . n Hlrt. ton A40.I ,1184, 56 1, l"Ht 88H4 i 40H, .617 'Jllilll .11,11 Oil H6 8'a, 4(127, 6.'M, Ji4, 604 i,iI4II, l 63U .11U,,841,7il i,6.'IK, HUH I7'i, iiiikii rtllt, rtlln 5,it. 7. Part VIII, aud XI -Aljour led for tho t rm Pan i. rtun tinnniahnl Ca.ea from Part MI Part X. -Ca.n un fiiiahel Caaiafrom PartMI. Ptrt IlIL taae un flm. id. Cart, rim Part II SurrnirattT Court Chamber. For probate Will ofjnli K atinu Mitlldt Ftmh Ilannth Mot Ian, On.iK.i Sea Imb Man I But. her Phlllii lua I'm. ,li nry Llnu-feld, at 10- (i M. 'IrlalTerm-Ca.e ou N't 15 11-Will of Man I,. Hitler, at Id: in A M. Noa 1.1.4, 1613, 1418, 1481, I4U" W'.HI 16(11 1618, 1614 City ( ourt-S e UI Term-Court ni en at 10 A M. Moll n at Hi' (() A. M Qmeral Term Appeal, fr mi or.lt ra, No. 1. 2,8 4, 6, tl, 7, M, ti. In, Ap peal, from luilviuent' N'oa 1,3 a, 4,6, it 7.x n, 10.11 12.18. Part I, II, III aud IV.-AdJournod for the term Why Docs The Sun be llcvo that It l Miieclally mlaiitod to do your aihertUliu? lluenuite In all Now York there Ih no m in of property, no mnn ol real euli. itnncK. no citizen ot etHnillne mil of honorable auuklttou who does Dot read Tub Uon. ilifo. EXTENDED M1N1KG SEASON. FINE WKATItBU IK TUB LAKE BVVB Jllt'tt LOPPKIt lUSTIltVT. Mine Cittrh U on Work Delayed by tho September Storm IVeire of r Coal Fam ine In the t'olnrnilii Mlnlnar Dl.trlcta Yellow Aater Oet Free of Lltlcntlnn, Houohton, Mich , Nov. 22. The fine weather durlntf I he Dre.ent month In worth tens of I thousand of dollars dally to tho copper dla- , j trlct. Contractor! were far behind and the I mines. tapocltllF Ih" newer ones, were delayed on much Important work. There were the Ufiual Heplembr enowalormi, one quite Rorere, but during Octobor mid eo far ilurins November not a particle of enow haa (alien, and one week aifo the tompcraturo here readied BO In the 8hadf, Huch weather hni never beforo boon known In the copper district, whoro alolahltig uaitnlly beclne In November. The Arcadian peoplo hope to have their per manent holit In Morklnn order at No. 2 ahaft In two to three we oka. The Arcadian will hate at least ono thousand man workinir ateadlly during the entire winter. ' Tho Arnold la runnlne one stamp wbloh treats about three hundred and fifty tons of rock dally and the monthly product la about filly tons ot reflnoil copper. At this rain the perexntago of Isnot copper taken front tho rock 1 4 nbout Otty-flvn one hundrodtlie ot 1 per cent. Tho Atlantic Is making about sixty three ono hundredths ot 1 por cent, at tho pri-Hont time but wns down as low as 65-100 last spring, for three succosslvo months. Tho mines nre morn than thirty miles apart but each Is working an ashbod lode well toward the northern sandstone wall ot tho Koweeunwau copper twit, and there Is reason to Infer that both mines are opened on tho same lode. When-tho amount of metal carried by tho rock la so small uery pound of copper counts heavily. The Arnold Is now taking 11 pounds of copper tmm 2.000 pounds ot rock, which must be brokon underground by dyia mite, hoisted nearly a quarter nf a mile to the surfiioe, then carried snino distance by train to the stntnp mill whore It Is ruduced to sand and the minute gralnH ot metal eztrnctoil, Down In the Joplin zlno dlotrlct ot Mlniourl the smelters and mines are closing down be causo of a ooal famine, and grleous complaints about the soarclty of suit coal and consequent damage to industry come from many part ot the country. Thero will be no cout shortage In the coptior district, aa tho soft coal receipt of the Benson will aggregate nearly half a million tons. This would sufllce to meet tho require ments of a busy manufacturing city as large a Detroit or Milwaukee, but It takes plonty ot coal to lilt ton-Ion cages carrying fifteen-ton loads from shnlts a mile deep at tho rate ot fitly mile an hour. Itnlso takes fuel to run pumps ot forty and sixty million gallons dally cnpacltyand to operate the heavy machinery. The Ile ltoyale haa reoontly met with a an rltH ot small accidents, among tho most various of which was the Hooding ot tho lower lexel of the mine through the accidental tapping of tlw old workings The plans showed that the new work wits over one hundred feet distant from the nearest opening of the old mine, but a mistake was made. After the Ialo lloyalo was shut down by the owners Itwasworkod in a small way by tributors miners who "scrammed" for copper, taking the metnl wherurr it was to be found and dividing their finds vs Ith the owners. The trlbutors naturally paid little attention to engineering and none to map-making. The trouble met with at the Isttf lloialo is certain to occur more or Ira frequently at all ot the old mines now being reopened The Mass mine In Ontanagon county Is getting copper rock from the llutler lode which open the eyes of the oldest mining man If tho Uutlor lode should hold anywhere near as rich as these samples Indicate, a mine ot re markable richness will be opened there. CALiroitNU. Los Anoklu, Nov. IH The Central Eureka, Amador county. I producing rich rock said to bo worth over $100 n ton. The rook is found in both shafts and drifts. The Btickle shaft ot the Gtlca Is being re timbered and the old timbers, which contain considerable gold Irom the ores which they supportod, are being burned and the ashes panned. At tho Dlue Ledge copper mines. Del Norte county, near the Oregon line, the vein has been tar4il at the depth of 140 feet and the ore Is found to be rich in copper. In '. Dorado county there I a remarkable revival ot mining Interests, It Is especially notable In the reopening of old mints which hnd been either abandoned or clo.ocl down. T. JI DaUs has struck u ledge three feet wide In the claim whloh he Is developing near tho Argonaut mine lie has uncoM.re.l a rich pocket from whloh a single pan yielded over The copper property that is being made ready for active development near Pilot Hill gives nxoellent prnmle. The ore goes 110 per cent copper and Slf In gold a ton Thorltnte Hupremo Court has affirmed the decision of thu Huperior Court giving the Yel ' low Aster Mlulug Company. Ititnilsiiurg, Kern 1 county, lull los.esslon of Its group of prop erties In the Hand district '1 his decision leaves the property In the tttssciHlon of the original locators, Hlngleion. Slooers. and Ilur cham. and makes them for the llrat tlmo slnco the looatlon of the mines free from hampering luWHUIte. A largo deal In oil lands has just been made In Kern i-nutitr by which the Loveli White trnct otfi.Uoi) acres, not farfrom Makers Hold, lying within the oil belt, lias been leased to Arthur (1 Newton of Los Angeles with op tion to purchase within a year for SU'J.iKio. A big oil strike his been made In tho vicKlt trick diet riot by the California Htandurd I oin pitiiy, which has opened up a 4LHi-barrel well. The Wo-itern I.aiid and Oil Syndicate has lately acquired 7.DKl acres of land in the l'oso Creek section. In the oil belt. Apparently the large oil companies are making overy effort to .enure all lands In Kern county that hare the appearance of containing oil deposits. Altera trial of several mouths the quicksil ver deposits near hnnta Ana. Oranue oounty, have been abandoned. A little very good ore was found, hut the value was too much scat tered to make the working profitable. Three-fourths of the stock of the Morning Htar Company, Placer county, has been trans ferred and the company reotgunlzed. This mine has been worked for many years and Its output is still fl.UCHiaday. At tho 100-foot level of tho Algol oopper mlno a05-loot voln of copper ore haa been struck. Fourteen feet ol the vein contains quitrtz bearing gold. The remalndor carries copper winch varies from .1 per cent, to 40 per cent, to copper value. The Mammoth group ot oopper claims. In tin- Hack bono dlBtrlct. west of Kennett. Hhasta county, hits lor some time been under bond for tlOO.tHM) to New York capitalists The option expiies Jan. 1, and it is said that the company hits decided to take the mlueauiid will thi-n pay down hair the purclmse price In that case the new owners will erect n smelter and build a brunch railroad to connect with the mainline tat Kennett. An alum deposit has been discovered la hhasta county, forty miles eat nf lied. ling. liyilruullt' plant of considerable magnitude Is being lltted up by New lork, Chicago and ' Bun 1 rntic'sco tieoplo on tho Trinity Klver, above Wiii-vervllle, In Trinity county. Thev ar- putting In n 400().foot avplion and 2,000 feet of pipe and h tvn bought riiKI acres of land The nav gravol Is 100 feet deep, O.OoO feet long and 050 toet wide. NEVADA. VlBdlNiA Citt, Nov. IH A 7S.ton smelter is being put up at Hoduvllle by the Colorado Iron Works. In Lyon county, at E-m-rnHla. a gypsum grinding plant Is beingciinsiruateil by ex-Onv Adams nl Nevada for working the tie-Iki-U near Mound House, The unwuterlng of the Com. took mines goes on slow iy, although the elevator works con tinuously, MEXICO. UiMYMis. Nov, IH. Tho Ulenvenlda mine at I'll or to, In the Un s district. Iih-i beta nold to an merlcnn company lor $100,000 The new 1.400-foot shaft, which Is the deep em in thu rtantu Domingo mine, rlauta Ku alio district. Iih fortt-nlno feet of water lit It, This Is the first lari Imlyor water ewrt ruck In any ot Ihe mines of tills district. W'nter has hereto fore been very scarce in the town ol rlanm Eiilalie, and If thin hould prove to be tho rial or levul thuxtrlkewlil bo almost as valuable 88 If It had been nf gold. ALASKA. Seattle, Wash., Nov 20. There nre but two small learners remaining lit the witters of N mie tit present, and they will seek harbors ot safety at St. Michaels orCape York for the win ter It Is estimated thnt 2,000 miners are so.ittered along thu coast trom Nome to York. All nre comparatively well provisioned, or If the) tire not, they can draw on rlt. Michaels, vshore tho warehouses ot the several transpor- ItUnlug. " TVl ININO, MILMMd, HMrLTINQ AMD CONORN. 11L TItATINQ MACHINERY! COIILI88 KNdlNIMj EHTIMATKS FCUNIS1IKD. THE FDVY, P AI.LI8 CO., BOOM lilt, 3d COUTLANDTBT., NEW XOBK. tatlon and trading companies are well filled. It Is four days trnvel by dog train to Bt. The" Oladhow copper mlno .u?rlneo Wllllnm Bound, has recently mode a trial shl ment of ore to the Tneoma smelter, netting -'' a ton. This property Is located on the W wl ere thore Is a solid bo ly ot ore II 'f L1" Ti,i,h,V Vi , at extreme high tldo la covered by wotor. It Is said that It oan be taken out In cargo ots of any magnitude, and now that J big pro Its nro assured, the property will bo worked to full "Sen who weroengagedlntheexpedltloii with . Capt Alirecombre. constructing a wagor. i road 1 from Valdes ui. Copper 11 ver. hrlng stories of , wonderfully rich copper ilepo.lt from i elg hty to ninety miles from Valdes on t lie new r into to the fukoti They deaerlho the Je, ges ns being from six to thirty feet wide, and the ore bonilto and native copper worth Irom Ji.O i to $140 a Ion. While the mines arp remote from water transportation. It Is aid that the orels dn Hitoh nbunilBtit e as to Ju-tlty the construct on of nrallroo.l. while the tiualltv surpasses any thing ever found in the northwest WABIIIMITON. Heattlk. Nov. 20 -The 2311-Joot ledge of the Wnshlngton-Anneonda group In lleckler Itlver district, has been cross-cut the entire width, showing several large pay streaks from six Inches to sixteen feet In width, while, the en tire ledge matter between the wnlla of por phyry and slate Is highly mineralised, showing values of from 2 to 14 ft ton In gold, copper and silver The mine bids fair to becomo tho largest copper-gold property on the western slope of tho Cascades. Tho Trouble-ome-lu lex llsllroa I, now under contract, wjl run within throe miles ol these claims, and It Is the purpose of tho railroad company to huvo this line completed by June 1. , . . , The Mammoth mine In Hlato Creek Is now among Ihe bullion producers, having (luring the past week turned out He first gold brick, valued nt tl.HOO. This was the product ot lot) tons on a trial run of n nowo-tnii mill. Tho test proving satisfactory, thu mill will continue to drop stamps all winter. , The Hepuhllo mlno has declared Its regular monthly dividend otjli.ooo. ntid It Is an nouneed that there will be no passing of thedlv Idend while the big mill Is under construction. The present mill will run, to Its lull capacity and tho high grade oro will bo shipped to tho North port smelter llltlTlHl! COLVMIIIA. Heattlk, Wash . Nov. 20. The Hoi en group of copper mines on Clayoquot Hound, vnncoit ver Island, have tallen Into Amorlcnn hands nndare making a very good showing, the ledge being eight leet wide, of which, nt least hull Is high grade Htilpplngorp. A contract was let this week for a tunnel IllHl feet long, which will cut the ledge at a depth of 218) feet The ntoutftotthls tunnol Is wltnln u lew feet of deep water and Mifo harbor for In rgp ves.elB The Van Audit mines and smelter nro In successlul operation, employing 120 men lit nil departments. This Is ono of the busiest cum i.s In the western portion of tho province under merlenn tnutingemunt. The product of the smelter is regularly nt irketed In New iork. 'Ihe smelter plant will be enlarged next year. COLOItADO. Dfinveb, Nov 22. Tho coil operators nro finding difficulty in securing either enough miners or enough ours to accommodate their Increasing business t-ome o' the operators nro paying rnllroid fare from Missouri lllier .points to Denver for nil minors who will come Intelligent miners experienced only In work lng In coal miner), alter coming to Colorado soon seek tor work In the gold and silver mines, leaving the operators to eeireh for new raeu Thu shortage of o ire extends to nil roads In the Mate, and ovory mining camp surfers because the ore cannot be moved ns rapidly as It is mined, l.ven the smelting and reduction works are over-supplied wltn ore. and while the surplus Is wnnlel In distant smelters, tho e.ir service Is not sufficient to thu demand. The Mtuatlou l so serious that fours nro en tertained ot illi-aster i-hotild n sudden cold sr.npornsnow-btDCkiule Interfere wlthtrnlllc l.ndvllle Is esf ecliilly bad off In regards to n eonl supply. A blockade of a few iIuim would entail serious loss, Tho railways lay the blomo upon tli- smelters which do not roleuse the cars nssp.ediiyas tiossible Meanwhile tho work of developing old prop ertles and projecting 111 "'d dl.trictrt In tho Ieadvllle cump contlnuos with Increasing vigor. '1 he great emcee-sol Hie Home Mining Company In opening up a new nreaot rich oro In old workings has resulted In the formation of another comixtuy. planned upon the same basis. '1 his If the City Mining Coiitpauy which is to operate under towu lots of the fit) In whnt Is known ns the 'downtown" district Property owners uro to have 200 shares for every 2.f00 square feet they own, and othof stock will be sold on the publla market. Now that the water problem litis been solved, the expellee ot developing In this new Held will be eom tmrrtllielv slight. About seven hundred prop er!) holders will be interested In this company. The Golden l'.ugle Comi any of Lenilvllle will pay a dividend of ono cent per share next Thefiewpyrltlcsmetter built by tho Iloston Gold ConperCompnny in Leadvllle has Ix-en In operation for several days, t rent I tig 'J' 0 tons nf soil hide ores dally 'I he new smelter reduces the bulk of from twenty to tlftytoos Into mm. tho matte earning soveral hundred ounces of silver and gold with a high percentage ot copper The salo of the Caribbean ntid Montezuma mines at Ophlr to the Venture Cnmpain of London Is announced. This property has la en successfully worked fora period of ten voire, and It Is well developed and equipped Stipula tions for more Improvements are Included In the deal. The consideration Is placed at $.f0. 000 An Important silver strike is reported In the Julius Cn-sar mine at Wlnlleld, Chaffo county, which has been slowly developed by the owner during many ytara of work. An ore chimney was i ncountered Inn drift run from the sur face and assays show sliver values as high ns (5 a pound Wlnlleld Is nn old enmp nt tho head ot Clear Creek, In northern Chttllo county about fifteen miles from Granite A rerfirt Is current of the sale of the Alice property at ankce, lloulder county, to New York met). BOUT It DAKOTA DrAtiwoon. Nov 22 A very rich streak of sylvanlte ore tins been opened in the Ironsides mine. In Carbonate camp, which was recently purchased by Colorado men for f 7r.tKX, The vein has been crosscut twelve fe.'t with no signs nf penetrating It. The machinery for thenewstenm plant hits nrrived and is being Installed at tho mine 1 hecompiuy will soon commence shipping oro to Denver 'Ihe Ilalllmore and Deadtvood Mining Com pany has started up its stamp mill nt Central city, after making nn addition of ten stamps. The company has a large shoot of free milling cement ore, Copper ore Is being shipped from the Illue Ieailmlne. six miles east of Hill City. This Is the first regular shipment of copper ore ever mndeln the lllack Hills. It Is estimated thnt 20,OtK) tnnsof ore have been blocked out which will average H per cent, copper. II1AIIO. Iruno cut. Nov. in Tho first payment has been made by a Iloston eompnny on a largo tract of plaoer ground on Ornnlte Greek In the weat side of lloise Ilusln. Tho ground will be worked by dredges. An unusually largo amount of rain has fallen this 'all, which insures prosperity for the pin eor minors next year Heveral very large lerlges have been dis covered on North liolse Klver during th" past few months, nil of which are high grado In copper and carry from $10 to l.i In gold a ton. The velQs nretrncealiln for long distances 'I ho surface ores give returns of from 10 to 15 per cent, copper. UTAH. Balt Lake. Nov. 20. The Honerlno Mining Company's property, consisting of nineteen claims, at htocktou. Tooele county, has been sold lo Charles II. hehutt nt this city and Willis O Kylerof Hhnron, Tit. the latter rep resenting u renii8)lwtiiln syndicate The sum Involved was not nuniiuiicid. but Is sold to be t'.TiO.ooo The lion. 'lino proisirty Is among the best known pro tuitions In the State and wa located In the enrly llllles by Gen I'. 11 Connor. Ores of tho vhu., of $l,H70,Ooo iitive already I eon taken out of live chutes 'rom n single chninbur. not bigger than thu average mi eplng up irtment, as much as $07, OtKi wuslaken The owners of the Ontario, tho Daly and tho Daly-West mines, l'ark City, are considering the erection of a smel'er with vv hiult to reduce the ores nf that com bin itlon The week on "be Mining Kxchango closed with the sale of 2Hi.l.-,o shares for flHI.tlllHlO The w ok's ro'elpis at the simpllng romns of the Kansas City Miudtlng it it I llellnltig Coin- J any reached a total of fio.ooo lepreM.n'Ing ,M- pound of gold dti-t Ore and bullion settlements amounted to $JHll,'.'l)l, VKRVIONT, IlumisriTON. Nov 2!) -Tho owners of the Bprlugllelil. Windsor eouiity gnn mine have purchased n d amnnd ruck-ilrWIiig machine in determine the value of the pro erty rpiutho present the work has In en ilono In thu crop- pings Mini nt a depth not cxi ling forty feet The dirt I eeniites rlcbera Hie "hnftsiiio sunn deeper, and th.-nssnts show gold ranging from f:ito$sito the ton A recent assay shows i that In one ton of dirt. Irom which the snniii'n 1 w.ih taken, there were; Unld, $i5l: sliver. t 4 40; lend. $10 tlrt. Total. HI !i t It Is prnbnMn thnt there are many oilier veins of ore In the Green Mountains that will ray even bettor I the nn found Pint llieh unison of Dirtmomh has iiiado leceiit nssas of ote from Ihisrttnte showing gold sliver and lea I to the value or about J'.'.'i a ton This is thought lo ta an aver.icn valuntlon and tin ro Is no longer a doubt that gold mln ng will be come a i rosperous In lusiry In this htnle. Pro.pe tors who mm think of llieklng hero toreapngol en harvest, however, will hit dls apiniiiited. The mountains of Vermont nre not covered nllh gold nuggets. and iheonly way lo which the gol cm ho obtained Is n the use of expensive machinery Vermont Is not a Klon dike, bill It much resembles the Klilli like In the winter time. However, It Is proh ihle that the Hprlnelleld mine will be worked this win ter In spite of the wenther TUB I.AKK IlF.ll ION I HON MINES. Dut.UTit, Minn , Nov, 24. Orders have been ! riven by the Ditluth and Iron Iluiige and illnnesota Iron Company for shipping ore na ato Into tho winter ns possible, and the steam hip of the Minnesota Hteitmshlp Company will run well toward Christmas. Other rail- way companies are about through buslnesa ,0Th.'Hprael!lnlnB Company ha. taken ease of the Vega mine, whloh Joins It. and will operate the two together. rTpruee wl I be a producer of several hundred thousand tona jn llioti. nnd a shaft for three oompartmonu has bought n half interest In the Ilouoheleau lauds In section 17. near ltglnln. and will open a largo mine thero later. The rema nlng half Is held In foe by the llockefeller Gompany. All the mlnernl lands nf the C N. Nelson Lumber Company have been bought by tho Minnesota Iron Oomptny for ft price approxi mating $1,000,000. , . ... . ... l'ewnblo mine. Iron Mountain. Mich win ship riOO.000 tons this season, J00.000 mora Ihe Oliver Iron Mining Company has begun tho work nf changing the course ot Iron Hirer, on the Menominee range, to reach ore deposits that He under Its bed. ...... ' Hallway companies operating In the oro regions of Michigan nro preparing to ship pro Last by nn all-rnil rotito the coming wlnlor, and have conlratted to return Inree tonnage of coal for the Northwest, where the supply of steaming coal bids lair to be very short, t on trncts have been mndo for the delivery of morn than 5(81,000 tons ot nre from the region to furnaces as far east as Flttsbtirg and for tho wostbound delivery of as muoh ooal. cuntsTUAs nr.ossosra most asiiek. In the Itnln of the Toy Store Fire Hoys Have Only to Help Themselves. Kvcr since Helohow A Itlghter'a toy store nt 300 Ilroadway was partially, almost wholly, destroyed by a llro early ono morning about a month ngo the small boys of the neighborhood havo had the best tlmo of their lives, picking over the ruins lor the small toys that didn't per ish In the burning At first a strict wntch was kept on the building, but when the Insurance wns adjusted the Insurnnco patrolmen woro withdrawn and threo or tour days ago tho wntchmonwliowns kept thero by theownersof the building wna tukenawuy. lloforo that tho boys had got In by the rear entrance nt night and fornged. Tho polioo discouraged this work and one night about two weeks ago nine young marauders woro caught rod-handod earning away toy dishes and furnlturo, grosses ot toy Jumplng-jncke and other things of tho sort. The boys wero all discharged In court tho next day, and that night they nil re turned with their companions In Increased numbers The polioo let them do ns they pleased and tho boys took what they could carry nw ay. When It became known that. the watchmtn wns withdrawn the hoys went to the store In the daytime Yesterday scores ot them got In through a hole in the planking laid over tho basement entrance and after some di-'gliig came across a lotnttov magic lanterns which were In preltv good order. I uch boy came out with twoorthree lanterns In his hands Tho policeman looked nt them and let them go un molested, whereat there wna much rejoicing The sergeant on the desk at the Kllruheth street station last night said he dl In't eare u ran if the whole plneo was carried off. since the store had been abandoned by the In-uninc i companies, Three oips, whose mists are In the nelghlHirhood, said the same thing when n reporter told thorn what wus going on. Tit VSTS II A VE COME TO H TA T, II E S I T V. trnller A. Wycknfl Tell nf III Life Among LnlmrliiK l'eople. W'nlter A. W'yckoff. authorof "The Workers." addressed a meeting ot mon at the West Hide Auditorium In Kitty-seventh street yes terday afternoon Ho was Introduced by 1 James W. Alexander, who said that he had seen Mr. W'yckofT tho day belore at New Haven, standing on seat nt the Yale-Princeton game, yelling his lungs out. Doth nro ( Princeton men. Mr W'yokoft talked about hla life among the laboring people when ho worked his way across tho continent o few I jear ago. After he had fin shed he answered questions from saen In the audience . "What do you think about trusts? " he was asked. I "I firmly believe." answered Mr. Wyokifl, "thnt thu centralization and organization of capital havo tome to stay it Is a natural evolution nnd Ihe now condition Is better i than the o'd. Long ago there was un Intense npjiosltion to the factory sjstem. That j I has gone by and so will the present , opiiositlon to centralization. Wl might as i 1 well try to stem the tide by leglsla- I I tlon ns to prevent the centralization , and organization nt capital, or the lentrull.-ji- 1 tlon nnd organization of labor-and one Is just as legitimate usthe other. Homo persons urge that there are not the same nprnrttinltlea ir the Individual now ns there used to be. 1 ty that there never was such n demand for men , of capacity as there is now " i " Do )ou think conditions would Improve If H-nry George's plans wore tried?'' asked another man " Not for a single moment It Is not feasible to ilevl.e any system to work out the social salvation nf the country All these socialistic. Ideas attack the rights of private property." fKirnnnr.H trim tntvi.ns'T nixn lleratise the I.ndgln. ilntiae Yf ottld not T.et Them In llefore Kvenlng. There was a small Insurrection yesterday outsldo of the Newsboys' Lodging House In Duane street, caused, ns It appears, by fresh paint. Itobert Gibson, lfi ) cars old, called at Tiir Kpn office last night and gave nut this ofllolal statement on behalf of the insurgents! "Every Hunday they ojien the doors at 1 o'clock In the afternoon nnd let us in so that we can use the gymnasium and get out ot the cold. To-day we were froze out. They didn't open the door at 1 o'clock, hut kept us out all day. Tho dudes that pay tOcentannlghtgotln. W'e only pay five cents There's only n few dudes We got hunk to-night. Every Sunday night they have a me ting and ladl. a come to bear us sing. To.nlght we all taed out and wouldn't come In when they opened the doors and there was only about six ot the dudes at meeting. Thero were sixty of us who stayed out " Hupt. Helg said last night that the boys were kept out of the lodging house during the day because the walls nf the stairways had been freshly painted and n number of the bo)s when they left the place )estenlay morn ing had amused themselves by rubbing their hands on the new paint and then making figures with tho paint on tho windows and doors "There were only about twenty of those who revolted." said Mr Helg "The boys will ro reive nil their former privileges aa soon as tho paint dries." to i.viit titk tirimoi. arsTrsr. Mr, Holla, Chnlrmnn of the Cnmmlaalnn, In C'onatillntlnn Willi the Governor. Albany, Nov 2(1. flov. Iloosevelt returned to Albnny this afternoon With Mm wna Mr Frederick W. Hulls nf Yonkers, Chairman of the commission appointed recently by the Governor to projm-e a plan to unify the admin istration of tho State's school system, which work now devolves upon the State Hoard of llegi nts and the State Department of I'll hi lo I list ruction Mr Dolls was Gov, ltoosevelt's Btt-st nt lh Executive Mansion tn-nlght, Ihe Governor desiring to dsi-uss with him tho work which the commission has been naked to accomplish lo-tn rrnw the commission will ho'd lis llrst nieetli g heio It is expected that the coinml-slnn will approve of a unifica tion plan which em be presented to the next Legislature tor adoption. I n iiiiiki) tin iiAUiuruy st n iok to, ' ItnnUkreper Didn't Depn.lt All the Con I eern's Hi-reljils In tint Hunk. I Thomas Mln que of 204 Past 124'h street. I an assistant bookkeeper In Ihe employ of the Hamilton Htnrago C unpuiiy of 125th street and Park avonue, nas held for trial In the Harlem 1 po Ice court lesterdnv on Ihe charge of grnnd larceny One of hi- ilu I s was to il-io-ii the oniiiaiu's ticelplsl. thu Twelfth Ward II ink. He kept ihe bank book In lis loekit and np piopriiited small sums tin the totnl renehed J.iikl Then he dlsniu eared wdh the unmet When he wisitrresti-il on "-tu unlay he had 75 in his poeket. Ho said he had spent tin. rest Malinger Mi keisnn of the Mem nn Hnllwny Ciinipiiii) Snnl to 1 1 1 1 v i Ke.lKiuil, Austin. Tex., Nov 20 -A despatch from I Chihuahua. Jlexlci, says lint It Is announced In ntllro.id clrclcstlieretliatH.lt Nlckerson, vlcu-presl lent ami genera manager of the Ilex, i an Itillway Company, with lioadqunrtora In the cl.yo Motion, has Kinder" I his relg. nation to ih it eompiny, to tnlio effe(.t on .Inn. 1st, nnd that lie is to be sticcm deil by .1 .1, rtey. who reeiinlv resigned from the pl.tee i of general man iger of the Uohlsnn, Toi eka and hiintil 10 It Is reported that Mr Ntekei un will bo eniilo)cd by tho Atchison ll.illnad " BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MANUFACTUnED BT ... CALIFORNIA F1Q SYRUP CO. MT-MOTJi 'MM NAM V. t WAR AMONG P. 0. CLERKS. ATTEMPT TO VNITE THEM CAUSED TUB lIVMfVS. Affairs Itenehed a Climax Veaterdey When the nival Faction Held Meetings and Decided to Form Separate and Inimical Organisations Mneh Had Feeling. The two faction ot PjOst Offloo olerki that developed during tho PaTt two weeka deolarod ooen war against each other yesterday. Strange na It may seem the splitting of tho clerical force Into factions Is tho outgrowth of an attempt to amalgamate two national organizations of Post Office clerks and the atrlto l not to be confined to New York, but will extend to other large cities throughout the United 8tats. The two organizations, as stated In Tit Hun yesterday, are tho National Association of Post Offico Clerks and the United Association ot Post Oftlce Clnrka. The National Associa tion allows superintendents, assistant super intendents and ohlef clerks to become mem bers: tho United Association will ndralt no ona to membership but c erki. Committees were appolntod from eaoh body to agree upon a plan ot amalgamation, nod a hitch arose at onco over thu proposition to exolude all but clorks from membership After several meet ings of the committees had taken place. It was unnounced that the amalgamation had been completed and that the new organization would be called the United National Associa tion of Post Office Clerks. It wo also an nounced that the United National Association did not recognize superintendents, assistant superintendents or chief clorks at eligible for membership other than honorary, A circular to this effect was Issued last week calling a meeting of Post Office clerks for yes tenlav afternoon at Mannerchor Hall. 203 Past Fifty-sixth street, to lortn a local branch ol the new association. Tho two associations, with all their local bronchos, which wero sup tiosed to have amalgamated, wero declared out of existent. The proalden tot the new national body Is Joseph V. Healey ot New iork. Placards headed "National Association of Post Oftlce t'lerki." were posted yesterday at tho Post Office and the different etntlons referring to this circular as misleading. The liostors callod torn meeting nf Ilronoh 187 of the National Association at 12 St., Matk'a place In the afternoon. About one hundred clerks nttended tho meeting. W. T. Gutgsell acting as chairman. It was decided to ignore the circular. G 1). Ilebard said that Its send ing nut wns part nf n scheme tn get all the I clerks Into the Knights of Lnbor. 1elters 1 were read from clerks in other cities denounc I lng the fltcular Officers were then elecle I I tor llrnncli 1H7. W. T. GutgttU being mado I l're-l.l..nl. .... ... About two hundred clerks nttended the meet 1 lng In Mnnnerehor Hall President Henley de clired that the amalgamation did nwav with all local branches nf l.olli the old bodies. In cluding llrntich 1S7 of New ork. It was re so ved to torn llrnncli 1H7, and to form n local branch of the amalgamated body and npply for n charier Officers of the local branch were then elected, heuded by Joseph P. Heuley us President. PAltSOS ItlMfA'a riXlHCATlOS, ltepnrt Itend lo Ilia Congregation Favor Forglveue.a tn the Frenrher' Knrmle. WATKRBUttT. Conn , Nov 20. The exonera tion ot the ltev T. Carson Hnnnn at Union City this morning was read nt the regular church service It took serious exceptions to Judge Monger's denial of what was attributed to htm in the hearing, that Mr Hannn was to his mind as "Innocent ns the Angel of God." The com mittee insist the Judge did say thla and more than this in favor ot tho minister. As the Judge was counsel for tho women and against the minister this was encouraging to the church sldo nl the controversy, most of thu mem l.ers of whom were with the parson 'Ihe n-pnrt reflects seriously on the women who brought the minister into the public e)o const Icuously The relsirt completely exoner ates the parson and says he has been fearfully wrong. . I It a-ksthat there may bono prosecu tions ot the transgressors, but they lie forgiven i "as Christ foigave the dying thief." and that they be Invited to return to meet with tho brethren again. Mr.MOIUAI. TO . At aU.sTllELXOST. Consecration of a Chapel on the Tfursery Fsrm nt North llnbylnn. North Uabtlon, L. I . Nov 20. Bt, Eliza beth's, the beautiful F.plscot al chapel on the Nursery Farm, tho country seat of August Ilelmont, wns consecrated this morning by Ilishop Llttlejohn The sermon was preached by the ltev. George Downing Sparks, rector ot Lhrist Ihurch. West Isllp.whn will be minister in charge of the chapel. Tho consecration service wns conduoted by the Hilltop, his son-In-law. Canon W P. lllrd ol the Cathedral In Garden t It), and the ltev. Kirkland Iluske ot All Sulnts'. Gieat Neck. There wns a lashlon nble congregation Present, The chsrsl is back of Mr Ilelmnut's house on a knoll overlook ing a lake. Ii was erected hy Mr, Ilelmont ns a memorial to his wife, who died In France absut a ) ear ago. Roy Straek by Trolley Car. John Fetter. 11 years old. living at 274 Palis ade avenue, Jersey City, was struck yesterday nt Palisade avenue nnd Huttnn street by trolley car 41 of the North Hudson County line and his head seriously Injured. He wns taken to Christ Hospital. John ltoth. the motorman, was arrested on a charge nf atrocious assault and battery and required to give ball for his appearance. 3IARIXE IXTELLIOESCB, UISHTUTIX iLXASAO rnti PIT. Banriae . 7.0J Sun eU..i"lo Moon rite 1-80 Hlllll WATia THI DAT. Bandy nook.. 3 52 OoT.l'd.,8 24 1 1111 Qte....5;17 Arrlved-BUKPAT. ftov. 1. R. I.a Nnnnandle, Pnnrrlet. llarre, Nov. It. 8. Tannc. i'lark, Liverpool. Not. 17. He llekla. Thomaen, Chrl.Oan.And, Nov, 14. 8. Hull n Oliphant Msuaoa, Nor. to. 8. Northern Light Nil hlM. Crdln Nov. 11. 8a t'ortnthU, Lanjdon Peal Nov. 1, S. (Ilmitun, Lel.k, ll.ml urg, Nov 8. B. A. It. Thorn. Allium! M.r. slbo, Nov, It. 8. Fall, of Kettle lterr, Oslcutts Oct. A. Hi Charlola. Peter.. Aru.teriUm. Nov. 10. 8 Filer. Lsrsen, Dunersr Nor. 18, H ltomsti Prlnri. McMllUn,8ntn Nov, 4, 8a Iro.iuuU. Kemble, Jsrkannvllle Nov. 33, H. KI Rle. QuirV,. New Orlrn. Nov. .1. 8 Hamilton. Dole Norfolk N .v. 31. 8a Ileuersctnr. Rwsln, PhiU lalphU, Un?, 3n. ft. Old Dominion ple Itlrhmond, Nov. 34. B UsuhstUn, L'ennett, Portland, Nov. 34, Aanivrn ntrr. 8 Ko.nlgln Lul.e, from New Tork. at Soattuusp tou, saii vd mow rosat.is eoSTS. 8. Umbrls, from Qurenetovn for New Tork. otrrootso mAmmr. Sail Tutidav, ,V M. Vndl . Fri"! Stilt, K.I.'rWm d Oroa.e.nrpmen 7 00 A M 10 00 A VI Cynirl Liverpool 1 On P M A. It. Thorp Curasao I oo 1' I Tanrnilna Pernaruhnco In m Ut tuOPM Ailler. Haiti 1 00 P M 800 I'M Sail irvds'.day, .Vor. (7 Trtitnnlo, Liverpool. UOOAM 13 00M IKitp.ngton,siiuthsniiiton. uonAM 13oiM Mgilsnrls llsv.ns 1001'M anoPM itliali. Tamp'ro ,, l on p VI 8 00 P VI Adisn I'o'iin PKOAM loo PU Iro.iuols Jsck.nnvllle 10'OAM t'oimil ila.etun 3 00PM Autllls N.'.ui l no I'M aoopvi Use, luuce 100 PM 800PM Sivl Tur$dav, ,Vop, 10 IsNnrmsndle llavie. JiKltM 10 00AM Wrksiidara It ttenUru ... 8 00AM lOiuiAM Oik ids, lliarlt aton noopil iscouisn steam. Kir. lur Fo-fliK. Chattier M I.ucl Nov. 18 JJ. llism O hrillar Nut. u Psusiii Iltidemii Not. II Pel rl'i lUiuburg .. , Not in K.n'H. Iltr R.v.nn.h ,. Not Jt Ilrltf.h (uren .. Antwerp . Nm 14 lltil srm Hiiml.iirg N it le Artmnls 8ti ttln Not. 13 IjiuLIaiia ... . . . "J. Orli'.n. Nov. 33 Put Tufnt y, Vor f 1, Blisitrndsni HottenUin Nov In N..ii dla. d . .. . Ant' rp ... Nut ih Adiro ds k p.iiLi.niin Nov 31 l.latidi t City Hwn Nut 14 Anhli ele mieshsr . ... Nov 18 Fwlrn Ntsilrlsn Nn.2l LIPi NewOrlcsn Not, 31 Vut Wiitnndiy, ut.lJ, Alter (llhrltr Nov, JO C'utli' Liverpool.. . N it 111 Bilorno Ne s-tle Not Id An Jnrash Not, 33 linsnce Coleu Nov, 33 I'm 7Aur.il ik, Vnr W, Danu.tailt ,. llrenien Not. 18 I! livl (lilirulur Nor. in l-SMnrlUn (llg. w Nov, 17 El Mr .... New Orleans Nov. 35 15u FruliMi, Die, I Clernunlo Iiverponl.. Nov. 32 Bsleino HtiiebU Not. 17 AloriiU I'ursao Not. 33 Cut SUvriau, Hu, II, S,'""'.,; LusrpooL Nov. 28 fi",n" ,9"r, 8sau.es Nor. IB Iirltuh F.iuplre Antwerp Not IB o& uuu.. tL...::::::Nov:3o BJ)aeaBslllBaBBBaaHHBaaHanKaaiaaaM A Straight Whiskeys must, perforce, be su. perior lo blenJs wh;n made by the Kentiuky Hand Made Sour ,N.uh process at the iffigA Crow frWEl Rye IibwiJStSJ d'still"y' They cannot MiLKF0 be equalled. UH.B.KIRK&CO.,N.Y. Agents for the flreat Western Cbiuniinn, J Misaisu nor niaoori.m:i. Theodore A, Terkrnten nf fltnten I.tana at Work In a Schenectady llakery. Theodoro D. Verkruzen of 'J'J Ilroalway, Tort Richmond, S. I., has just dlseovrl the whereabouts ot hla eon, Theodore A. Verkruten. who disappeared from homs on Sept. 10. 1H8. The boy, who Is now 21 years of ago, is in Boheueotady, N, V, em ployed there by Phillips k Auer. proprietors ot abakoryat431 Hlato street Younti Verkru ten, who was at the time ot hla disappearance only HI years old, was In the employ ot tht Duoth bteatnshlp Company at 00 Gold street, Manhattan. On Kept. 10, 1808. ho left the of. flco to keep an appointment with a dentist t Hlxth avenue and Twonty-thlrd street. lis had told hla mother that alter going to the dentist's ho would go to one of tho theatre for the remainder of the afternoon. This wai tht last seen of the young man by his parents. Ills futher could In no way account for hli disappearance. Mrt. J. . Bentley. who re sides In Tompkins place. West New Brighton. was visiting In Hohenectady last Thursday anl went to Phillips A Auer'a baker shop. She saw a young man In the place whose face looked familiar, and said to him: "Your face looks familiar: I am positive t have seen you before somewhere. You're a Staten Island boy." . "No. I'm not." Verkruzen replied, looking Up. his face slightly Hushing. Just thn n call of "Theodore" came Irora tho rear of th store, and Mrs. llentley said t the young man as ho was about to answer ths demand upon him: "The name and the looks go very well to gether I thought I wus not mtstnken " "Oh, I have often been taken lor other peo ple." replied th youth Mrs llentlov then left the store. On her re turn to htnten Islntul she notified th Ver krnxens. Mrs llentley had known young Ver krureti as a clerk In a Port Richmond grocerr Bernard. Theodore's brother, went to Schenec tady nnd found the lad. He vainly tried ti Indues him to return home, nnd told him thai his mothr's health was lading beenuse nf hi disappearance He gave no r.-nson for leav ns saying merely that ho wanted tn go away, but he firmly held to his resolve not to return home, although he said he might return hnnvi Christmas. Mr. and Mrs Verkruzen enunot imnglne why the bo should have gone away. Mr Verkruzen will make fnrlher efforts to gel him to return home. Ilnror Out Over a Wedding Celebration, Pasquale Oelorinzo of III Crosby street got married a few diys ago nnd Invited most of his friends to the wed ling. Tor some reason he lelt out Prank Deluco and Frank's wile. Annie The Delucos resented tills, and ve. terdoy they attacked fielorlnzo. Millie holding . him while Frank slashed him with a razor across his left cheek Oelorinzo drew a raror, to, and cut Deiuco All three were nrrestel The men wero sent to Bt. Vincent's Hospital for repairs. SJusinrsi! 31 o tire?. Dr. Rleffcrt' Angostura Hitter, the re- nonedsppetler. I. u.rd over the whole clvllliel world. I.impirtel from Mouth America. X3XXOX3. ItALHWlN.-At 38 Sehermerhorn t,. Brooklyn. 8 imlsy Nov. 38, 1HUH, J.snnett Newton, In fant dsuithler of L. Orint lUldwIn, II, D , aal Mary K. Newton, Funersl private. COK.-On 8turdyTenlng. Nov 3B, 1800, lasbellt U. Coe, wl low of J.mt. W. Co. Funeral .ervice from her late rldne, 303 Waal ISld.U, on Tuesday evening at a o'clock. la terrusut private. lirTCIIINhON.-Nsw Vo State Ooosctt. Catholic Bkhatoucst Lxato. Member of New Tork Bute Council. C. B. L., of Dl.tnct Committee No. 8, and Comrsdr of the Leglnn In general, are fsmr.tlr re iUf.te.1 to attend tb fnnrrsl ervlr.- ot our late deoeseed eoinreta. Mat Chancellor Itlchsrd J. Hutchlnaon, tor all year Bute Preeldant to b held on Mnnd.y, Nov 37. 1HVW, st 10 A. VI.. from hi l.t. real dente. 138 Coltimhti. st thence to Bt Jo.tph't Church, 13fth at. and ColumbuasT. Interm.nl atCltr Cemetery. VICTOK J. POWI.INO, BUte Preeldtnt, THOMAS 0 LEi:. BUte HeereUry. Comrades are re.iue.ted to aaasinbleatthe honae, I.KON AUD.-Ou Not. 38, 1889. t 88 VV eit otb L, Ksthryn llull. yonntret child of Flora TI. anl William II. Leonard. Interment al Panbury, Conn. Monday. Not. 37, oa srrlTsl of B A. M. train. MANN. -At F-A.t Orsuge. N. J., on Not. 15, ISO", Donald Canuron, son of Iter. Alexander aal Nellie O. K. Mann, sited 17 day. Funeral priTste. lnl.rmcnt at Watklna, N. T. WOODS. A aolemn snnlvsrsary mass of reqn'.na will be ccltbrsled on Monday, 37th ln.t., at 10 o'clock st the Church of (htr I.ly of Vlo lory, Drooklyn. for the repose of the onl ot ths Iter. John F, Wood.. D.I) , late rector of tha Church nf Ihe Annunciation, New York city, Tk IteT, clergy cordially Invited. CVPllKSS 1III.LJ. CKMETKItr, Offlee, 1 nimllaon sv corner VJd St., If. T lru; gubliratlotiiJ. APPLETONS' POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY FOR DECEMBER. Exact Methods in Sociology. FUANK4.IN II. GlnlMNUo, I'll. D. Vinland and its Ruins. CoIINULIA IIOItHFOUt). The Education of the Ncminist. David Staiui Joiidan. Development of the American Newspaper. V, Ii. IlAVVLEY. Value of the Study of Art. GhOMIEH I'Eiutor. How Standard Time is Obtained. ' T. II. WlLLSOS, M. .. Agricultural Education in For eign Countries. W. V, I)F. RlKMCR, II. A. Eastern Oyster Culture in Oregon. 1'. L. Wahiiiiuiin, A. M. Malay Folklore. II. C'LYDF. FollI). Electricity from Thales to Fara day. KllNKHT A. Lehueur. Sketch of Frederick C. Sclous. D. APPLETON AND COMPANY. Ora.-vvhltefrlare Peter Wllknia. Humphry aiak lo r, Uod.nok lUuilom. jyjuil, 101U. i J- , it.i"" mm