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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                ! 1" lililii illiiii mm THE BOSTON STJNBAT GLOBE-STOTOAT, OCTOBER 5, 1S90-TWENTT-FOtTR PaOTS. 11, ni8 Bankers and Brokers of the Company in the United Kingdom, -AND- file flmerloan Loan and Trust Company, in Boston, IVlass,, -AND- Peters, Sclienck & Co., Brokers, 55 Broadway, New York, Will recolvo cnbscrlptlons for tUo im-aermontionod Capitel. Tlio Siil>scvlp-Ion TAsta wai open on tlio fom'tli day oC Octolioi.', in Xondon, ISoSton and Now Xorli, and close on or tjoforo tlio seventh day of Ootolbor, 18�o, and one day later for coimtry. furnace Gempaiiy, MMITEB, CBoston, SlassacJitnsetta, V. S. A.) � Being an nmalgtvraatlon of tlio SnilStMfioiiy's Stove pnoorporatea nndor tho Companies Acta ot Great Britain and Ireland, 18S2 to 1880.] SHARE CAPITAL  - - dE250,000 divided ikto 1I9�J>00 8 per cent Cumulative Preference Sliares  of ' �10�aclt.....................�1SS,000 1S,500 Ordinary Shores of �10onch.....isa.ooo ��S0,000 In addition to tho aljovo shaves, DEBENTURE CAPITAL - �125,000 Will he Issued, hearing; C per cent. Interest, ill �onds of �Soa each, or $1000 eaoli. These debentures vtiJI ho secured by B, trust deed, chna'sine: the freehold property and huildiugs, Axed iilant and macliinery of the company, and wiU he payable In 3c years, and ��vill ho redeemable, at tlio option of tho company, on six months' notice, after Jan 1, lOlO, at a premium of 5 per cent. Tho preference sluuros, in addition to being cumulative as regards dividend, omd having; a preference as regai-ds cap-. lt�l, ,will, bo cnUapVj^v, to One-half , the surplus proflts after a dli-idond of �0 per 'cent. 1ms been paid on the ordinary shares. The dividends � on the preference Bliaros and interest on tho dobentiu-os are payable lialf yearly in X.oitdon and Boston, and the directors hayo tahon power to pay Interim dlvldouOs on tho ordinary shares. The shnxes wUl be pay.iblo, lOs. per Ehare, on application, �1 lOs. per sluure Dn allotment, �3 oho montli, �2 two nionths, S3 tlrroo months, and the bal-mco foiir months after allotment. Tlie debeptiires will bo payable-5 per cent, on application, -dS per cent, on allotment, and tho balance one montli after allotment. Subscribers can pay In full, on or after allotment, and interest will be allowed on suclt prepayments at S per cent, per annum. Tho bonds arc offered for subscription in. Boston at par and in Xiondon at ��05 per bond, and the �10 shares in ILondon at par and in Boston at SJls.'ro per share. Trustoos   for   Bebeuturo   Iloldoi-s: TMB AaEEielOAJr liOAJf ,fc TltUST ^COMTANX, Boston. bu'ectors: SiO�J51E C. KICKAKOS, Ghali-man  ; AIETMUlt MOItNK, Viacan and Victoria Wliarves, 4 Upper Tluimes St., J3. O.; S. BroftKNX-TOIVKSMEKB, BiCaxelwood, Uticltmond,, Siu'rey. Committee of SiTauaeemeut at Boston, Mass., v. S. A.-ASA POTTJEIi, President Mavcriclc Natloiuil ISaHLlc, Bostont TP- A. MAOIBIi], Boston, Su-perljitontlent SlTag-eo Fiu'naco Ooni-panyi H. W. AKTMoarx, Boston, Treasurer Smitli and Anthony Stove Company; AXBEKT X. PAIELIBT, Treasurer Magco I'urnaco Company, Boston, ManUpiPS-In X.ondon, TUB CIXX BAIok, I.IMITIp:i>, andaUits branches. In ' America, MAVEUICK: KA' TIONAX, MASTJS;, Boston. Brolicrs-Iionctou, J.   �.  Kir�E �fc SOSr, � Tohenlionse BulldUigrs, E. C, I nnd Stocli: Exchanso. Wew �STork, V. S. A., PETEItS, BCHENOK cfc CO., an Broadn'ay, Sfo-ir XovU, and Stoolc ExchnuBro. Boston, U. S. A., CMA8E Jb BAlt-: STOW,      BcvouBhtre St., Boston and Ifew STorlc Stock Exclissntjos. Liveri'ool-EtEK'H^"*^ IS. KEKSBtritO ifc CO.,  JEXVKT. Boston-!! I Vfiioyi nx. AMKIUOEI* l'Boai>ECTi:S. nils CuHi;):iiiy is furinMi for tlu! luirpotic uf ac-rjulving and ainalgautatiii;; the biiBtiioHB am:' wjilcs uf tile WfU-kiut^vii . MAOEE i-UKKACE C03EPAN1.', -AKi>- eniiTn   anb   AxxrioxY sxove COM PAS 1', BcspflcMvcly siliiaied at lipstou and Tl'aliCflcIdjMass. The cyods nianuluctivrcd cympriau Flu-uuccBi niingcs," Stcain Hot Water lloatlng Apimratus, Stoves, oto., Kitchen Goods, Otttllts ami .Specialties ot all (J^sorlpllons, rinmbors' Supplies, cte., mostly protcctea iiy tdUors Patont, iiiid the woll-Unown tradc-T.iaWts, "Magee" and "Tho lIiiU." m-aoee fubnace cosipany. TlTj property ot: this oompnny Is freehold, situated nt (Jhclooa, Jlnss., comprising nimut 110,-JU3 aqiiaro li'.et of land, with a deep water frontage ot 5(50 tent. The Imildlngs (20 In lumihor) are mostly brick, and, consist of moulding, casting, plating, tlttlng and In-flpccting departmenta, largo stores; also boiler and machinery lionses. The works, whlcli aro tho lai-Rcst In Xew England, are lighted through-out by electricity, plant for this pnrposo having been recently laid down. Tlio wharf has a depth of 13 feet of water at low tUlo, enaliUng the company to receive all supplies pf Iron, coal, lumber, otc, by vessel. THE SMIXIl .�! AWXMONX SXOVE COMPANY. The freehold premises of this company are located at 'WaUeflold, and couipvlse 6 acres of land, with a frontage of (1-18 feet on railway, on which aro 13 buildings, equipped with the most modem machinery, tools, iiatlorns, etc., making the best plant of Its size in tho country, logellior with Iho lately added brass tonudry, and hotel and UltcUen fuvnlBhlng business. lioth eompanloa have warerooms or wliolosiiio iigeuolos at lioston, Kow York, Chicago, Kanbas City, JUnneapolls, Clraiid liaplda and San Francisco. The magnitude of tho business done by thoso two companies may bo measured to some extent by the fact that they keep employed during tUo wUolo year 025 workmen. TME ACOOITNTS OF TKE TWO COMPANIES HAVE BEEN EXAM-INBB ON TIKE SPOT BTf AKEPKE-SENTATIVE   OP   TMK   PIKM   OF aojssKS. HAiex bkos., tebbbtxs  o.sit -will b� apjiroiirlatcd toward the umu due on allotment, and any excess �� ill be rtturuod. Wlion no allot-mcMt In made, ttie deposit will be rc-tiiriioil in full. Aiipltcutiou will bo made to the Stock Exclmnife in London and Boston for a  ''ory much simplified and placed the Now Eng- and property in an independent position as egardsitS'On1ira�ct'LintpProvWenGB;,,Theiri?, Most of tho company's borrowings havo boon with ample collateral. Tlie company, Mr. Coffin say.s, has 8!) ,000,000 of as.sotsiu tho value of tiio soouritlos in its treasury bosidas the 9G,000,000. to 80,000,000 of assets in the form ot current accounts nnd bills receivable. Mr. Collin also says tliat althougli present earnings are at tlio r.ato of above SIC per share on tho 180,000 shares ot coninKm stock rocontly outst.anding, (luaterly dividends may bo begun upon tho total 240,000 .shares wUli .?1 per quarter, and increaaod later in the year. A Chicago special says now routes will bo opened botwoou Chic.igo and St. Louis by tho Atchison and Burlington companies. Atchison has mado a contract -with tho Jacksonvillo Southeastern for niileago rights into St. Louis. Tlio Biirlinston lias remained out ot St. Louis to avoid rate complications, but tlio state of affairs is now such tliat this is no longer neccssnvy, President Wliitnoy thiiilcs tlio 'WratEiid elevated structiivo, a.s yroposed, will cost about .?-100,000 a mile, or .'5100,000 less tlian those ill Nov.' York, which Avcre put up nt a timo wiion matoriaia wcro Iiiglier than tlioy are now. ilie Conimerciiil Bulletin hears from a gontlemnn who has ro.coiitlv returned from nuth Dakota tliat tlio farmoi's there aro paying off tlioir mortgages and clearini^r thoir fariiis from debt from the proceeds of tills year's crop. cf.ntii,vt, VKnSIOXT 8YfTR)i. Week Sepl. 'J7.       IKOO. jastl.     Ilim-onse. Cenl. ViM'munt..    �7:i,7na      7-t.8l)l      *l,isn 0!!. d-. L. c......    is.-wn inn K;L. N........      11,(170       11,-llS 2ri2 Systum........     103,801     1U1,D12 *7-H K.\NH,^s ciTr, roivr scott & iiKMrm.'i. AliKll9t. g40f;,3S8       430.213 iii.-wo    io;<.noi) oi,7:)2 lO.l'lO 71,177 Grci�s........    g<10r;,3S0 430.213 �.S.S,R-fl Knt..........      Ill,.i80 10;<.n01) �C1,72SI ClmruPB......        llli.ilM 01,7:)2 ;!,r,H2 IJlllliiiciG......        10,1'15 71,177 5r),202 .rfliKie.liilvl. Ol-OSB........      774,0Sr. 820,205 "62.210 Nut.........      200,(i04 28.S,i);)l �87,727 Clmrgoa......      184,303 175,iW0 SA^S liiilimco......       10,211 112,300 �00,18G CniOAOO Si WKST IIICIIIQAK. August. Gross........    S130,33-t 121,321 03,011) 32,7*-t 22,8(io ai.nai 31,000 ll',223 Not____..... Ftxpd clinrgca. Suriiliis Since Jan. 1. Gross........ JTol.......... Fixed chiirgcs. Sorplua...... 1,025,007 800,083 S72,03H 2.'J7,733 1D*,03G 102.00* 217,000 74,737 DKTBOIX, LilNSINO li KOnTHKnH. Aiigiiet. Gross........   �1112,406 102,722 1�,700 Si.lSl 20,2+2 20,242 22,048 7,030 -t was also conceived to bo necessiiry to ox-tend tho Woonsockot division toaoonneo-tioa ivjth tho Providence & iSpringlield, thereby givinr tho Now England road a direct route to Provideuoe over its own lino, after the consummation of the looses of thaso tv/o properties, and also open up another main lino to East Thompson by tho ox-tension of tho Providence & Springfield rail, road to said point,at grades that would be loss tiian those over tlio Douglas grade, and faeilitate tho handling of East and West business by giving more trackage for that piu'poso. E'urtherraore, a serious litigation existed at Providonoo regarding tho terminal rights of the New England road as against the Providence & Springfield, said litigation having been in existonco for a number of years and it became very doubtful as to its future outcome, and by this absorption by lease of the Providonoe & Springfield that whole question is eliminated, and no doubt a large sura of money saved to the Now Englajid property. Tho lease of tlio Providence & Sprinfffleld railroad to the Now England company is a justifiable act, upon the basis that It has boon Sresented to the public, because tho Provi-onco & Springfield railroad will produce beyond question tho rental that willliavo to be paid, and, after the connections havo been constructed that have been referred to above,' tho operation of said properties will  lie such that si larger revenue can bo returned to the Now England railroad by reason of', its control of these lines. In our judgment tho Now England r.ailroad is not recogjUT'.ed by tho public as it should bo. It is a property that ivith a pushing, liberal management ciui be developed into a .line ot road that will bo one ot the stable factors ot railroad interests that exist in Now England. Ttie only way to accomplish tho development of tho New England's interests is by pursuing tho broadest and mcst lib-oral policy. No attempt should bo mado to curtail or prevent its oiten-sion, and its absorption ot all feeders, and its control of all business that can bo reasonably reached within its own territorial surroundings, and only with this object in view wore tliese changes, as wo nnderstiuid it. in tho control of these properties made. Tlie Providence & Springiiold railroad was sought by another corporation entering Providence, and strong and laborious efforts wero made to purchase a controlling interest of its stock, and had not the;jrosont purchasers ot tho Providence & Springfield acted as rapidly and nuiokly as they have done tho Now York   and audited. Outside of these mcrcliuiidise and current bills, tho company has carried a floating debt of late (including the $400,000 due on tho Brush purchase) of about 82,750,000. Of tills only about �200,000 has been borrowed of current bank funds. 18,013 21,175 1,SS8 10,837 118,024 134,303 �S.IIOH 143,202 today and tho week ending today, with comparisons, are appended; nOSTOK. Todny,     1800. 1880. Inoroiwo, Exelinngca.. 818,809,570 10,050,42.'! 1,410,150 lintnncea... 1,830,030 2,062,70U '221,830 Week. ExuJuinges.100,410,323 104,815,280 1,004,034 Bnllmees... 10,843,423 11,040,501 '   n07|l38 NIW TOUlt. Today. Excluingcs.S128,504,107 147,237,322 �18,n43,lB5 JllvlniKCS., 5,318,028 6,032,038 314,010 Week. Hx.:l..iiigcs. 704,683,111 832,001,300 08,048,180 llnJiiueM..   34,130,137 37,088,000 3,443,060 Deereaso. Exoliangp on Now York; Chicago, 70 discount; St. Louis, 90 discount; SanftancLs-co, siglit 10 promium; tclograph, Ifi premium; New Orleans commeroia!, 200;i';225 di.scount; bank, par; Cliarleston, buying 3-1(1 discount, selling p.ar; Savannah buy-niff Vi discount, selling par. bterliiig oxcliange quiet. Money injjon-dnii fi iicr cent discount, iVaSif, per cent. (.Tovcninient securities unclianged, . riie directors of tlie Meay-May.oppa Mining Company have declared their regular moulhiy dividenil of 1 per cent, per share (on ii.ipitel stoelt),payablo Oct. IC. 'l^ansler books close Oct. 8. Balli-oad EorninEa. 14roiida: 1800. 1839. 41,1 week Sept. g3,187,02S   2,703,020 1)1 ronds: 7,071,874    7,130,015 oax.iniAN rACirro. 8400,000       408,000 1,008,000    l,G7i;000 ,.,        . ,    . (.'IIB.SAPBAKP, b OHIO. 4lli\vocUSoiit.    5200,000       178,180 iloalh.......      U01,.400      681,208 .IP-IlSIiY CKSTBAT,. J^m'lSt......gl,205,534    1,309,03,'! Net_________ Cliiu-ges...... Biiliiiico...... Since Jan. 1. Gross........ Ket.......... Clwrges...... Balance.... .. 0,773 14,000 14,666 783,234      717,032       00,201 2-14,511       174,281       70,280 210,248       221,820     �ll,li72 S4,2(JS Def.47,i)U0'      81,802 Deoronso. Tlio substantial dividend paying copper stpclcs have sulTered this wee/lt: in common with thoir "wealcor eistcreii," owing to a liquidation brought on, or forced rather, by "liglit-waisted" operators, who have thrown thoir "cop(iors" overboard for tho nurposo of protecting thoir other stocks. There is nothing in tho situation of tlio metal, so far as wo can le.arn, that should warrant any doollno in the price of tho "dividend pavers," but the contr.aTy.-[Cordley & Co. President Manvel at Ghioago said yesterday; "I shouldn't woiidor if tho St Louis line from Chicago will be tho'iiext property tho Atchison owns." But ho wouldn't say that this lino v/as now under consideration. The reason was mado plain today when it was learned that the Atciiison iiad mado a contract with Jaoksoiiville Southwestern. The Chicago Tribune thinks Atchison is trying to reach Salt Lake City, whero it can combine with Central Pacific in order to oifset tlie Union Pacific extension soutli-wost from Ogdon. It has not yet been detorminod liow tho Union Pacific will finance the SO,000,-000 or $8,000,000 required to build and equip tho lino tin Seattlo, but construction is being activoly pushed. The development ot tho Unirm Pacific system is now largely from the Nortiiwcst to tho Southeast and over tlio lines from Oregon to the Gult. The traffic on the Union Pacific main line west of Clioyenno is of suoh volume and demanding so many miles of sidings that it is only a qiiostioii of timo when those sidings must 00 joined into a second track hotween Clioyenno and tho junction ot tho Oregon Short Line. Tho case of Gloasou agnin.'it tho Sugar Tnist came up In the Supremo Court, special term, at Brooklyn, but was adjourned to Wednesday because counsel for plainliff, who wants an injunction provonfcliig tho distribution ot property, was absent. Tlio vioe-prosident ot a prominent Western iroad said hast ovening: "I iiavo no doubt in my mind that tho Atchison company is getting its big earnings by cutting rates in some way. At tho same time nobody seems able to prove it. It anybody has the evidence tho cutting can bo stopped by procooding against the company under tho interstate law." It is rumorod that tho Baltimore & Ohio will reimburse stockholders for earnings 'Spent on hotterments by tho declai'ation of a scrip diviliiliilc it Ohio 4s. .   ,. -Mnmiil tTlUou Ob..1031''" .S.) fen Int ucrtif. .HO('a Norlli I'acKUj Inls..1101/5 liorlh I'acillc 2iU.. Anier Cotton ou .. 20 Atchison......... 3oy� Adiims Express.. .160 Alt-iiu & Tune H ,. .. do pi'uf.........120 Ani'Tlcan Expres6.114 AtlaiiUc A Parillc. .. iiosivu Mr Line :jL .. uo-NPa. Xcrtlnvestern con. 138 Korlhw'n titlKU Os.lOHi/a K Y, ChitStLOl. 02 Korf it WcdtO.l.. .Ill) � (Ire^on .^hort L Ob . 111 OreiirriiiliNorth Os 01 cieson linnr lulu.. 103 lir.-iion Nnv IhIb. .. lOOVa (Ireifin 'Iriuia Oa... 107i,-4 It'.adlnBt; .M 4b... 8ll,S Iieiidlng lat pf inc. 07 St I, it Tm (!eu5il. (121,4 StLA-. S 1' i;<-li.M.]l()% St I'aitl consols . .. 320Vi ht )�, U it I'ac ULs.ll.'i ho I'ac Cal Ibis .. .n2.';a 'Jia l'a r.. 17 Httsbrag.......... , TuiralnceCar ...2I8M1 ItendlnR.........iW ? 4,000 : )ol, Laok ft Wesfn.... 144 143% 0,000 3rlo................ 2.8% 28% 1,700 looldng Volley....... 30% SOVS 1,100 Lake Shore..........107i>''a 107 4,000 Loulsvflie ft NaslivUlo.. �!>% �3Vs 8,000 Missouri Pnclflc....... n8'Mi      07 0,200 Northweatorn.........107!'/b lOOi/Ji 2,200 North Amotioaii...... SOvS      34% �,600 Now.Jersey CeiUral..,. 116 II41A 000 NorlJiern Panlllo...... aoVs      28% 1,000 Northern Pacific pt�f... 76%      74^ 0,000 Now YorkftNowEng'd 42i(^      41% 4,000 Pacific Mall..........ioii      SOVS 1,800 Reading..............17%      SOVS 14,000 Rock Island.......... 70% 77|'i 12,000 at Paul.............. 03%      Ol4S 10,000 Tonncaaeo Cool .t Iron.. -43         41% 800 Texas Pnolfto......... isrjfe     I8i| 1,000 Union Pnoino......... 62 Vj      60% 14,000 UnlonPacDenvAOnlt 20%      20% 1,200 Weotern Union........ 82%      Hl% 2,200 WheoUng ft Lako Erie., 34%      8.8% 1,000 Wheeling ft LE prof... 74%      72% 500 Sugar............... 781/4 771/8 14,000 Load................20%      20% 2,000 Sales of stocks today agsrregated 101,100 shares. _ New York Mining Stooka. New. York, Oct. 4.-Tha closing quotations today at the Copsolidfttod Stock and Petroleum Exchange wore as follows; mnrkot ft lafffo number romamed unsold. All other branches of the trade moved m suoh a way that tho selling intorcats havo no cause for complaint. , , ,   , The trade for dressed heof was dull dnring tho early part of tho woolc, but. a good .demand was noted for beef on Ifriday, Prices during tho week show no material change from those of one wook ago. .Tho changes that occurred wore in favor of the buyers.,^ Mutton and lamb wore in fair demand and prices wero stoody. Veal calves wore in almost tho same position. BOSTON PEIOBS. Quotations for Bound Lots of the Staple Oommodities. Flour.-Fine, S2.7C(S2.8C P' bbl; super, $3(g.'!.7G; extra and seconds, .S.I.7C; Minnesota bakers' clear and straight, .SD.ariSJfi.SG; Michigan stone, S4.(j0i(;5.(i0: winter wheat, str.iiglit rolled, .S,'5.25'W;o.7u; winter patents, .?0.2C@G.J)0; .spring patents, .?G.25:EeG.7G. Corn.-High mixed, (!l%(S02c; steamer, yellow, oifaiOlVao; steamer mi.tod, COr (>OVjc. Oats.-Choice to fanoy clipped, r,]@52c; No. 2 white,40Vjrr)Oyac; No. 3 white, 48 C'S40o; ro.ioctod, as to quality. BuTTEB.-Creamery, Northern extra, 2Ro; Northern extra firsts, 38(;'32flc; Eastern extra, 22(S33o; 'Western extra, 22' o; dairy, Vermont extra, 20@2fioi New York extra, ZWai'Jlc; Now York and Vermont extra firsts, lajsiac; Now York and Vermont low grades, 10@12o; Western extra firsts, 18rl-Xc; vVostern firsts, ll(312o; Western seconds, lOp; imitation creamery firsts, lE@lfic; ladle-paokod extra firsts, l!l(Wl.lc; ladle-packed firsts, ll@12o; ladlo-naokod seconds, 10c; Franklin county, .Mass., extra bo.xcd croamory, 270; extra dairy, 2,'!(32Co; extra firsts, 18( ou rirgliilan.......................  7S1    i',H72 Scyihia............................     1,844 tlothcnberg City.................  614      ____ I'ruasiun....................... 003      .... Totals........................2,720     0,718 Tlio Now York shipments were; Benf, Sljnmcr. Cuttle, nnurtera Arl/.ona.............................    2,1100 Majestic.............................    2,000 City of Cheater...........,...........    2,30(1 Servla..............................     4,004 Cullc........................... 760 Queen.......................... 450 It. ranvas....................... 760 300 St, j'anvas....................... io*j .... Ciuiada......................... 020 .... Ktiilol'ti............................ 1,300 .Martello........................ 420     ---- tilllllen......................... 100     ____ Brooklyn City................... 138 1,300 Hermann........................ 410 .... Ainaltttt......................... 170     ---- . ToUilB........................3,713  15,244 Trade at stock yards for ^^'este^l beef cattle has been inodtirate, with values quoted easier. Beet cattle from the New Englund States moved slow in the demand, �a aiiy Aveut up to State lines and bought stock in tho cars. The drovers who bring stocli to this market from CaimdawiU ceaso to bring after this week, and slaughterers nrt* looking for a short supply of lambs. Tlio Canadian supply of lauiliK avei-ages about 70.000 head each year. Veal calves were in full ri;ceipt, the demand wag active and values Here tirmt-r than the previoiiB week. Milcli cows and springers sold slow, and the dem.'ina did not meet with tho approval of tho selling interests. At the close of the Eas' 2I0,..............,...... 22o; Nova,8ootla and Now Bcvinswick firaUs, 20iS21o; I'rinco Edward Island firsts, 20',g 210; Canadian firsts, ao'S21o; Michigan extras, 18 Vac; Western firsts, 18@10o. Jobbing, KSlVao liigher. BuKir.-Choice, 7''; i()10'/i!C; common to good, 7ig0o; fore quarters, choice, l%(a>6o; common to good, a%@4e. Mtrrrojf,-Extra, 'VUb, o@llc; common to good, 8@10o; spring lamb, olioicoEastern, 12@14o; oommtm lo good, lOiijillc. PoTATous.-Houltonhohrons.'P bush, COr flflo; Houlton roso, CDo; Aroostook ho-brons, EG@68o; Ai-oostook roso, 8O0; N. H. and Vt. hebrons, i->Gc; N, IT. and A't. rose, G8@00c; Vt.burbanks, OOSGGc; N. Y. bur-banks, GO.@�Oc; Maiiio roso and hohrons, V bb , S1,7G; if, S., N. B. roso and hobrons, .p bbl,81.7C.__ GEADr AND BEOVISIONS. Ooinplcte ilonse Fiirntshers. Full SlZ0 AduH Hardwood ROCKER, X*riice for mmAYj Oats Remomtiflr, tlits liricc is for Mon- > (lay, Oct. G, only. ITotol nieopcrs, noardlnf^-fZoiise Iteep-orH, X^otlp^iJifg-XionHo Koopoi's, Private ISonse Kooiiors, yon can "huy for Anv goods In our pretjent etoro at yoxfir own pricfls, wo are soon to romovfj to our new store, coniftr of Dock 8q. and 'VVasliIngton at. (tlie Old lHufl Storo corner), aiul wish to tllspoflo ot the prooda In our prn-sont storo to save trouble and exponso of moving. This Is no hnnibiig, but a bona, lido removal sale. �\Vn can save yon dollars JiiBt, at this time, and don't you forget It; if you do you will nmke a ndstake. CHAMBER FURNITURE. fiI20 Clintutier Beta going at... S2,5 (,'hamlmr.Sets going at... S-JO Cli(imh(!r ,Set� fiolns at... f UO (JlKunbor .Sota going at... five (Jhnmbfir Sots going at.., lilOO Ohftmbcr Sets going at... 125 Chdrnher SetB going at. glOO' Chamber Sots golnu at........... ..SI PARLOR SUITS. jSo j?7r. gioo 'arlor Suits going at 'arlor Suits going nt .....iirlov Suits go; J!12(i I'arior .SiiUa gol "IDO Parlor Sulta gol ngat.... Ingat.... .ng at. 8200 rarlot SiUta going nt---- Sins tea ........ I�g Keoord of Yesterday's Business on the Ohloago Board of Trade. Despatches from Chicago yesterday to Fai'nnm, Roardon & Co. roportort the market as follows; Tho opening in �wheat showed an advance of lV4c over night, but hardly any 0110 could give any reason for tho advance. It was probably caused by parties trying to coyer shorts, hut the advance mado tho bulls very confident that tlio market had turned for good and was bound to go higher. It iiuido ' tlio shorts nervous and induced them to cover, and the price gradually hardened, closing at 102, imd slnco the close sold at 103-'!'i. Tlie idea seems to be gaining gi-omid that the enormous shinmenta from otlicr exiiort-ing countries aro llUoly to fall off and lead to a demand for our wheat, unless, while anticipating it, -wo get our price too liigii. The stocks of wheat at Minneapolis and Bulntli will show a docreaso agtiiii, and as there is a general desire among outside operators to buy oi\ this market-altliough they have been waiting to buy clieaper-�ivo ai'o quite likely noiy to get a volume of speculation sullicient to give a furtliar advance. Corn 'Was strong, two local operators being persistent buyers from tlio opening to tlio close. Tiioro la a growing belief that more damage has been done to the crop than ivas expected, and this, witli tiie fear ol! a cash demand, maicos tlio market very strong. Oat.s wore fairly active. 'Xho quality is poor and tho amount raised is coniparativoly small. Provisions wero stronger. The receipts of hogs for tlio week were some HO.IIOO loss than the estimato. and the market would have sold higher, liad it not. boon for tlio attitude of some of the paokers, wjio wero 'd,i3poSedto sell. As,it. is, ''tlio.- entire list shows sonie gain. ' iniBiiT, Opening.    Tllglioat.   I.owont,   Closing. Boc..... 1.01 Vi     1.02        1.01        1.02 liny.... 1.00%     1.0U%     l.OIiVa     1.0(1'/i COIIN. Out:.....    (tn%        ,in;l/,       .iH%        -1113/. 1)00.....    -ini/i lUiiy....    01'  ,'|l -I'I'.Vb .nini       ,in:'/i        -lli^ Oct..... Mny.... Cot..... 0,00 Kov..... !),77Vj Dod.....O.DO Jnil.....11.75 May....l2.�0 Oct..... 0.17Vj Kov..... fl.25 Deo..... (I..'l5b Jrm.....0.47 Vj liny........ Oot..... D.25 Nov..... 5.!1K Boo..... K.47ya Jim..... n.70 May .... �.07Va lll'!4 r.2 O.IT.1. I'onit. O.nn 0.77V3 o.ne 11.75 li.liS I.,VIID. fl.lVVa O.271A �..')7'/5 51 II8V /S    r..7fi/l 0.123,fi      (1.07% 0.12% OCTOBER DIVIDENDS. '0 Tlio oarnlnga of railroad nuti indnutrial oor-porationa liavo proved bo unoortain that Ootobor aividoiidfl uhoulu bo attraotod to a stook in a Boston oompnny wliioh io not dopondout on oropa ortnriffui. ig nndor tho tlirootioii of snino of Boston's liost known oitizona, and has paid on nn avorago QVa por oont. dividonds niuoo 1883, This ootnpany has no liondod or floating debt, nnditsBtook is non-asnosBablo. Tho Bmallblook of stook for Bttlo is tho property of m oatato, and �will bo sold oa tlio basis of 7 per oont. dividontJo, with tho dividend now deolarod payable to pur-ohnBor, ATTOKNEY, ROOIH 2T, 53 Dovonshiro St. Bought and Sold on 1 per cent. Margin. 5 SHARES AND UPWARDS. a-l@ COMIVIISSiOiNI E-E6 7-8  Wipe  Out. Biiooliil ntt er. SIR K.ini503 going at..................IS10.4� )j2n Timiges solnn at..................SI 8.00 |! Oo. per week. fin clowii on i?30, and '/fie. per week. M clown on $40, and gIt.OO per weelc. Sfi down on goO, and per week. )?0 ilown on ff^QO, and gfl.iiO per week. ^7 down on ff70, and �1.75 per weak. $rt down on ^SO, and j  tciiihor dividend, Iliicont devt^lopmonts show tho mine to ho a CHEAT BONANZA. I'rcscnt price SBc. per Bharo, subject to ndraiico irtthout uutloo. Prloo -will soon be advuiicod lu H. lor iirosvcetus and full psrtloulars apply to tho Colorado IMflf lEvestmeflt Co., s conorxiss st., bosxox. .TAMES GIIFILLAN   .   .  Treasurer CHx-TroasuTor of tbe V. s.> SnTlTiM 823 '5 66 DEVONSHIKB ST., -AND- 27 CONGRESS SQ., BOSTON. -AND AXIi- BOSTON & WEW YORK STOCKS Bonglit and Sold in LARGE OR FRACTIONAL LOTS, ON SMALL MAS?CINS. Private wires to New York and Ohioago, Send for Market Letteri mailed free, Out-of-town orders liave immediate attention- Are yon looUng for a cafo place to put your mouoy and get a good dlyidendT The stook of THE ATEINBON HOUSE PUENISHING OOM-PANT Is yonr opportunity, 6 per oont. every Jannary and My. Orgaaked 1887 | 450 otook-lioldora in Now England. For full partioulaisi Prospootusos, etc.) write the Companyi Portland,. Maine, or J. W. DELANEY, 37 Sdiool Street, Koom 42, liOSXON. dSatf OS 1860 AUSTRIAN 5% Hold I'oi- cash as ivell as ou tho insitalntent plan. llcaemptluns moathlv. The fate value ot these bonds Is suaraoi teed by the Austrlau Buvernmoat. i'ar jiariiculars; address hanking; -house, E< H. HORNER, 06 State Street, Boston, Mass. AU Forelifit Securities Bought and Sold. SuX'lTt  <�-� D:?D   

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