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Here are my reasons why: Start shopping around today to learn what all of your senior living options are and visit the locations that are appealing and make the most sense. You will make a much more informed decision and will have many more options if you shop around and make a commitment first.
Get out there and start touring now! To achieve the highest sale price for your home in this crazy market in King County, there are a number of home preparation steps that should take place, and all of them start with a vacant property.
Crawl space and attic are the main concerns and need to be addressed immediately if the inspector feels there is a problem. Renting modern furniture for the home, at a very modest investment, will improve the photos for the internet listing and give older homes a more contemporary feel. Another reason to move first is the inconvenience of showings.
Tuesday, October 24 from 1: A guest speaker specializing in the sorting, packing, and liquidation of senior's possessions.
If your home is in a desirable, family-oriented neighborhood as most of them are in King County , the buyer traffic could be overwhelming.
The expectation is that the owner will vacate for all showings and open houses. Leaving the home multiple times per day will quickly become an untenable situation. Please register at by calling Join him for his next event on Tuesday, October 24 from 1: The presentation will include information on sorting, packing and liquidation of your possessions. You will also learn about the current real estate market, how to prepare for selling your home and information on senior housing options.
Seating is limited — call to reserve your seat. Matriarch of Boulevard Park Place Retirement Community phase of our community was open for new residents in Boulevard Park Place continues to be a family-owned and managed community. Residents and their families proclaim they feel the presence of Vi and her family connection the moment they arrive. For example, monthly homemade dessert gatherings to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries are always favorites.
The August gathering is especially popular and is a guaranteed full house, as Vi picks her own blackberries and makes her famous blackberry cobbler to celebrate their birthdays and anniversaries. Vi Steinman and her husband Merle have always been builders. Early in their marriage in the s they began their lifelong focus on building communities by developing residential properties in Des Moines and Normandy Park—one home at a time. This last, final, realization of their dream is our quality retirement community of apartment homes nestled onto a acre campus just off Military Road in Burien.
They located the ideal parcel of undeveloped land in the s, and the first. Vi graduated from Edmonds High School and at 15 years old she began her first career as an egg processor. During this time, she met Merle at a dance in They danced their way through life together until Merle's passing in They have four children: Mick , Denny, Debbie and Ron. A lifelong work ethic for the Steinman children was given as both Vi and Merle taught them through their hard work and family-first example.
Unfortunately, Merle passed in , but that did not deter the Steinman family in continuing the dream of. Vi has always been service-driven. She has been a member of the Lynnwood Emblem Club for over 40 years, where she has held every office and is still considered the leading fund-raiser.
She has donated a large garden area so they can learn how to grow their own vegetables. She also enjoys working with some of the UGM residents, sharing gardening techniques and other useful skills as they transition into a new, self-dependent phase of their lives. If you see a red Toyota truck filled with tools and often supplies driving around the Burien area, it will very likely be Vi at the wheel.
At 86 years young, you can count on Vi showing up at Boulevard Park Place early each morning, often six days a week, ready to tackle a new day of projects and activities with a smile on her face and greetings to all. If you are in the area, stop by and meet Vi. She will probably be found tending the gardens or painting an apartment… and if you are lucky, it might be dessert day!
Wesley Homes Des Moines is in the midst of redeveloping the entire south side of its acre campus to offer residents contemporary accommodations and amenities. This redevelopment occurs in phases over several years and will replace The Gardens, the fivestory apartment building. Until a new apartment building is built, vacancies are expected.
Wesley Homes needed a solution to fill those short-term vacancies. Nearby Highline College, now a four-year degree institution, needed student housing during a time when rental prices continually rise. Plans are in place to build a dorm, but that housing is two-to-three years in the future.
After learning about a similar student program in the Netherlands and on the East Coast, Stapleton and Wesley Homes Resident Services Administrator, Lisa Meinecke, began developing the details of a housing program with their team. This level of intergenerational engagement really shows our commitment to keeping our residents involved and supporting the greater community.
The students get to see that seniors are pretty cool. The program just fosters a greater understanding between generations. I decided that education could be something that we have in common, so I help them with technology and photos.
And I have a view of Puget Sound from my apartment. I receive love and give love to the community. This opportunity is a Godsend. Robert Hill Sometimes they just need companionship with dominoes and puzzles.
Dayne Post, Volunteer Michaella Clemming, Robert Hill, Anthony Austin and hours can Shanique Dickens include meals in the dining rooms, technology to be involved in a community and time, off-campus outings, see the direct result. The other participants to the Students are not allowed to program are Anthony Austin, volunteer as administrative Michaella Clemming and Shanique support. Their monthly fee Dickens. District on a Montessori Program Hill sees other advantages to and with the Millennium Kids participating in the program.
We are working on students and be a template. Northaven Retirement and Northaven Assisted Living: Quail Park of Lynnwood Aljoya Thornton Place North Seattle: Foundation House at Northgate: Harbour Pointe Senior Living: Ida Culver House Broadview: Ida Culver House Ravenna: Quail Park of Lynnwood: The Savoy at Lake City: Harbor Place at Cottesmore: The Meridian at Stone Creek: Normandy Park Senior Living: Stafford Suites - Sumner: Wesley Homes Bradley Park: Wesley Homes Des Moines: Wesley Homes Lea Hill: The Gardens at Town Square: Preparing for Disaster Perhaps you saw the startling photos of seniors sitting in waist-high water while awaiting rescue, or heard the tragic news of nursing home residents dying when air conditioning failed following the hurricane.
Stuart Hood works to prevent such tragedies at his Bellevue retirement community. Stuart holds monthly meetings with his fellow residents to ensure they are prepared for anything. She recommends that residents and their loved ones inquire about the emergency plans at their community.
Independent living retirement communities are not part of this same oversight program, but many may have their own emergency plans. All seniors, whether they live in a community or not, are well-advised to have an emergency plan of their own. FEMA offers a wealth of information for seniors at www. For those with mobile devices, download the FEMA app www.
Follow mobile alert and mobile warnings about severe weather in your area. Find out who your local Emergency Management Team is and what local emergency plans exist. Make a Plan Next, determine any special assistance you may need, and include it in your emergency plan. Practice your plan with them. Not all shelters accept pets, so plan for alternatives. October — Prepare an emergency kit for your pet www.
We offer both independent and assisted living with a range of services and activities to help you make the most of your retirement years. However, there did come a time for me when I could not reach my toes for detail Tonna Kutner Rudy Fast, centenarian cyclist, lives work as easily as I up to his last name racing along the once could.
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Kick up your heels and clap your hands to the Hanky Panky Band! Scare up your spookiest costume as there will be a Halloween costume contest directly afterward. Welcome to Village Concepts of Des Moines! S, Normandy Park, WA www. While our state edged out Minnesota for the top spot this year, more must be done, at a much faster pace, if we are to meet the needs of our changing demographic.
Picking Up the Pace of Change: A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers — the third in a series of reports — ranks each state overall, focusing on five attributes of an ideal system: They provide the bulk of care for older Washingtonians, in part because the cost of long-term care remains unaffordable for most middle-income families.
More than , state residents help their aging parents, spouses and. With every task they undertake, these family caregivers save the state money by keeping their loved ones out of costly nursing homes — most often paid for by Medicaid.
Even facing tight budgets, Washington is making clear progress to assist caregivers. Marella Alejandrino Broker m.
Family caregivers are truly the unsung heroes of long-term services and Director Doug Shadel. There is more work to be The single strongest predictor of done. Washington improved in turn 80, placing new expectations and this area by devoting Further, this generation which helps provide care at home will have far fewer potential family and in the community— the care caregivers to provide unpaid help.
A program called Community or in a group residential facility like a Living Connections https: Have you ever noticed how at a certain age we stop playing?
As children, we get ample opportunities in school and in camps, but as adults, we focus on work and responsibilities, often feeling too foolish and inhibited to explore opportunities to grow through play.
Simone will be teaching classes at the Arts and Tech Fest. Dates and locations are listed below. Classes and Saturday, October 28, 10am-5pm specifics vary by location, but at each library Federal Way Library, 1st Way S, attendees will have chances to engage their bodies, minds and spirits in arts and technology activities especially designed for adults in Tuesday, October 31, 10am-2pm midlife and beyond. So, in order to accommodate fashion, women turned to shape altering undergarments.
Ideal items were owned or used by local people and for the most part date before Come live with us. Dignity, respect, compassion, generosity To friends, family, and living your life to the fullest at Horizon House, the dynamic retirement community in the heart of downtown Seattle. My father was a big believer in reincarnation. I think it was his way of denying death. He asked to be buried with a novel, Replay. It was about this man who kept Sy Rosen coming back, reliving his life.
However, this experience got me thinking about the six books I would like to be buried with. Anyway, here are the books on my list. They are mostly uplifting, engrossing and transport me into different lives and experiences. Fikry — This novel is a funny, tender insightful love letter to books and to life.
The characters are rich and unforgettable and would be wonderful people to spend eternity with. The characters are real and multidimensional. And most important, this novel makes me laugh out loud. Holden and Atticus would make terrific roommates or is it casketmates.
I was rooting for Jess and Ed to end up together and for Tanzie to get a math scholarship. We find our heroines working at the Fremont Food Bank this morning. Rose noted that it was more difficult to get up for her shift today than it was during the summer.
The darkness and sound of the soft rain made her feel lazy and cozy in her bed. But she forced herself to get going for the sake of the hungry. Dawn had her own tough time getting going this morning. Never an early-day person, Dawn liked to stay up late and sleep late the next day.
She was moving slowly as she sorted the donated vegetables. Rose and Dawn yawned in unison as they pulled wilted leaves off the heads of lettuce. Is it the weather? I never get tired of that love story and, OH, how I love the fashions.
Those were the days. I loved the platform shoes. I always thought they made my legs look longer. I felt so pretty when I wore them. You could be wearing them right now and feeling pretty again. The platform was a small shelf, not a three-inch slab of materiel guaranteed to make you a danger to yourself.
Fashions were totally different back then. Dawn took exception to this, and turned to debate this issue with Tiffany. It makes me so mad sometimes. Like girdles and pointy brazierres. She wiped tears of hilarity out of her eyes and provided her own litany of grievances from their youthful fashion days. I always felt like I was trying to push fat around with those things.
But push it where?! Not like the UGG boots of today. When was the last time you hit a club? Women are still compromising their comfort for a sexy look to get attention.
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Next was the project of getting the ice block out of the car and then to carry it up four steps to the back yard, up about eight more steps and then across the kitchen to the ice box ours was a Rambler. We knew he was coming, because we could hear the Dodge engine when it approached our Marilyn and her brother Bob Rogers at the house and came around the Government Locks in Seattle, circa corner to the detached garage. Mom, of coming with the ice.
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What makes all this especially reason peculiarly unfavorable, is important, and we that for thst are about entering upon a portion of the year when cotton exports our main item must be very small,and when, therefore, if other things are to remain unchanged, the balance of trade must be This will appear the more imminent if we against us.
The Northern Pacifies and Oregon Trans- price continental were affected in sympathy, and in fact the whole advanced more or list The less rapidly. They show results as produce. Now let the reader connect these facts with follows. To make the comparison we deduct the net of those respecting our currency and money market already Central New Jersey, which is included this year but not the whole list evidencing the existence of a common cause or disease checking the outflow of our goods as well as explainable and should not be given too as and then consider how could the evil referred to last year.
Net'earnliiga of Railroad doubt whether gold to any considerable amount will leave Deduct Central of New Jersey not cited, manifest us, for either or, if that is the fear of not loss, as sufficient, we have the loss so little itself, will to lose, force prices December, What will appear when we Central of the the New an important Jersey Reading -carried in contraction Of course , of this will output of coal.
In December, , the on 20, shares of the first named stock. The following statement, made policy of the managers of this road in frankly and up from returns collected by us, exhibits the week's openly and without reserve giving stockholders full receipts and shipments of currency and gold by the New information each month about the business and progress Yoxk banks.
From the East Tennessee road we also have a statement It covers of net earnings which is worthy of mention. The Bank of France shows lighter, and the company a year ago was reporting veiy a gain of 1,, francs gold and a loss of 1,, heavy gains in earnings.
Besides, the second half of the francs silver, and the Bank of Germany since the last fiscal year is usually a period of smaller business and return has gained 17,, marks. The following indi earnings. Office paid for domestic bullion OontitHtig Oatt. Treasurer received the following from the Custom; not obligatory. The following shows relative prices of leading bonds and stocks in London and New York at the opening each Jar.
Most all returns we have yet cables. It of the St. Paul is evidently no exception to the rule. Money cannot be otherwise than abundant with the certainly presents a showing which is quite in contrast banks in their present plethoric condition, and trust com with the discouraging predictions as to the property so panies obliged, from the magnitude of the oSerings, freely indulged in by many, clearly demonstrating that to reduce the interest on deposits.
Banks at the interior whatever weak points there may be in the company's cities have such an accumulation of funds from the system of roads, they have not up to this time developed institutions of which they are centres that the surplus is to any appreciable extent. Our readers understand that shipped hither, thus augmenting the supply already b ur the chief element of uncertainty in connection with the densome.
A call for 10 million bonds matured on St. Paul, 3 in determioing the effect of operating so Readtnv Ont. If the any other system of like siza in the country, and for this company had increased its business sufficiently to meet While it may be merely the increased interest charge, its progress could reason deemed peculiarly assailable. SaO 13,, 3, 4, ia83 i.
In from 4-J millions to over 9 millions, affording an idea of other word? But these miscellaneous paratively receipts are after all of importance, especially little now of land sales has practically disappeared. And in this connection a summary period, not only the system itself, but Some question may amount given above requirement yearly as is during the twelve months added ther to, the requirement. Daring placed during the year 18S3 did not boar more than a earning half-year's interest at the most, and in the Cise of those its capacity and general growth, has undergone marvellous development.
With, each succeeding year the company has had a larger amount of stock and debt to take care put out subsfquent to July 1 not that. Of course during the present year the company's income will have to meet the full amount of interest on the debt. Tho company per annum. The months of , though quite still yet 65 J millions smaller than in the corresponding is period of , and the closing months have been particu- we dis- larly conspicuous in the downward movement that has disThe company tinguished the whole year.
The December aggregate was, bonds, the regard them in the present calculation. Certainly a total tion. These latter of course cannot come in did the 65 to 6S million totals of lfc A reduction in the exports was for December, 1S83, with prices higher, it is evident that expected in view of the smaller outward movement of no portion of the decrease could have occurred there.
In the following table we give the import and export movement from each leading port during December and the twelve months, in and San Fiaucisoo Other ports 38, Baltluioro Bohloii, A;c rbiladolplila There j is It is for December, except to the falling off in the that the exports of worthy of remark, though, that.
Imsh, 32, Corn 2, Rj-e Wheat , 00, For about ten days there was an improvement; but this was destroyed by the break in New I Barley XXXVIIL The money market showed a further increase in the bank surplus ancl in the accumulation of loanable funds, and the rates for call loans on any respectable collateral ruled at a minimum of H 2 per cent per annum.
Even the extreme fluctuations and depressions in the prices of railroad securities, which necessarily involve the calling in and shifting of loans among stock brokers, had but very little effect on the loan market, and monetary stringency, as an active influence on the slock market, is almost looked upon as a thing of the past.
For investment securities the demand was fair, but it hardly seemed to be equal to the usual January demand, and the conclusion was naturally drawn that there was of a 'IK.
I 17,, , 2 54, ,5S9 38,, 11,, , , , , 5,, 1. Company 30, shares of N. This was followed by a very sharp twist a falling off in December. This, however, is ascribable on the shorts, when Oregon Navigation was jamped up more largely to the lower prices prevailing than to any to cash.
The last few days of the month were For the marked by a general covering of shorts and a strong decided falling off in the quantity exported. Foreign exchange became stronger as the month Every dollars, notwithstanding the lower prices ruling. This will be seen price pork records a decrease in value. Beef, fresh and 94, The following summary shows the co. Prime paper, sixty days Silver in London per oz Prime sterling bills, 60 days.. United States Bonds— 38, registered, option U.
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Furthermore, there has Been nothing in to have aflfected politi- though that the differences between the markets materially, is no doubt of the fact France and China have compelled merchants dealing with the East to circumscribe to an extent their operations. And yet, notwithstanding the surroundings seem to have favored a growth in enterprise, there has been no enterprise, complaints have been general that busine-ss has been carried on with very little profit, and the balance sheets are said to be discon raging.
Ijike Erie A W. Do 92 66 39 N. Lake Erie A West. States show the lowest, highest and closing prices of railway and miscellaneous stocks at the N. Open High iViaa In fact, as the year worst. This process must continue. The iron trade during late years Las had an extraordinary expansion throughout the whole world. The total production of pig iron in the United Kingdom has not yet been made up, but the figures at hand, those for Scotland and Cleveland, indicate a smiiU iQcrease.
An idea of the recent grovfth in production may bs obtained from the fact that the total tons reported in 1S79 were Oar productioa 5,, and in 1SS2 were 8,, tons. Exports of yarn realized d. Exports of yarn realized ed. That certainly does not make a bad comparative showing. Of course whether there is any money in goods at either price depends upon the average quantity exported, which the oflicial figures do not disclose.
As to the yield of agricultural produce during the season, it has been satisfactory. In consequence of the wet autumn of , the area of land under cultivation was much smaller than in the previous year, but, taken as a whole, the result has been fairly good.
The weather was a little unsettled duiing the ingathering of the crops, and the condition of the wheat coming to market has been disappointing. Barley was p'anted extensively, and there has been a large production; but, the weather being unsettled, really fine produce is scarce.
The yield of other crops was quite up to an average, and the farmers' position would have improved to a greater extent were it not for the fact that with foreign produce we have been superabundantly supplied.
The "prophets" foretold so great a scarcity of wheat that a remunerative market was sure to be found here, while there was a belief that the supplies available of foreign produce were not excessive. The expectation, however, of remunerative prices soon brought to light the fact that there was a large quantity abroad left over from previous seasons, especially in Russia, and that country has been making every effort to realize on as much of her produce as possible during the season, so that our imports have been very large.
America, however, has been dealing very cautiously in wheat, but has exported freely of flour. The trade in American flour has became one of great and substantial proportions. It has for some time past interfered with the Irish milling trade, and has now almost entirely broken it up. The result of these large imports of wheat and flour has been that the accumulation at our outporta has been unusual, and has reached the heavy total of 3,, quarters.
As we have been importing far above our requirements, buyers have all along obtained great advantages, and to-day wheat is ruling very low in price. Any chance of less improvement Total.. United States Otlier couQtiies 4,,, Exports of cloth realized should as a consequence be greatly reduced throu. As an interesting point in the trade exhibit, we give the portion of the iron exports which the United States has taken: Mixed mateiials TOTAL These figures show a production of pig iron, as already stated, in of 5,, tons and in of 8,, tons, or an increase of about 42 per cent in product!
That ought to be considered a fairly favorable showing, and would be, were it not for the three facts, 1 that the depression in business is not confined to G-reat Britain, and henoa the export demand is falling off 2 that production of iron elsewhere has increased very decidedly, adding to the competition ia consuming markets; and 3 that our ship-building trade the coming year is likely to be comparatively poor.
Oa the latter point we may add that the steamer and ship tonnage built during late years has been swelling rapidly until it has reacted remarkable proportions.
A report of that trade by Moller of London states that in no less than steamers, with a total of 1,, tons, were added to the mercantile fleet in the United Kingdom alone; and if to this be added steamers, of , tons, built in , and steamers, of , tons, in , we obtain a total of 2, steamers and 3,, tons in three years. Besides, with this must be included the ships esnstructed in France, Sweden and Germany which form a not inconsiderable White or plaiu Printed or dyed it is ditfieult to discern, as supplies, actual prospective, are very abundant.
It is two years or more, it is claimed, since a good portion farmers. But at the same time, with good crops they should of the mills have made much money, and they have long been secure satisfactory returns. Competition is keen and profits hoping for better times.
Still, in spite of this adverse outlook, are small, yet their sufferings of late years have not been so they have gone on increasing spindles and the consumption of much on account of competition as because of consecutively cotton as rapidly as if they were in the midst of prosperity, the bad seasons. Great Britain must have supplies from abroad and weekly consumption this year being 73, bales of pounds of considerable abundance, and if thera has bjen a supereach, against 72, bales last year, 70, bales in and abundance of imports of late, a recuperation will take place in 69, bales in Furthermore, now, in Lancashire they are the usual way under the law of supply and demand.
The falling off has therefore been very considerable, and of production is secured. This may all be neeessary, but the this might reasonably be the case, as the issues of late years have truth is we do not more than half believe that our cotton been excessive.
These figures do ilt t, however, lead to the spinners are as badly off as they contend. Or at least if they conclusion that the public have committed themselves to such are, it must be a disease of long standing, since during the heavy payments, as every company is not successful. Very little seen from the following statement. J that much Colonies hare been succesafally floating loanH, last few minth-i. It was said long ago caution was necessary as the Colonial governments during the were piling op debt very-freely ; but as they have large available resDurces, which augment as population increases and as new lands are opened up, the public were of opinion that the secniity offered was a satisfactory and reliable one.
They create a deloans are a great benefit to mand for iron goods, especially railroad iron, and for other articles of manufacture necessary for the construction of public this works. The Aus tralasian governments obtained all they usked for on favorable terms. The rates for money have not fluctuited greatly during the year, but they show one fact in a marked degree, that our bank minimum now is not changed in obedience to commercial wants, but is strictly governed by the foreign demand for gold.
We are far from criticising the action of the Bank managers in this particular, as the results on our gold reserve prove its wis- dom. The following summary of the bank movements each week during , in connection with the table next below of interest changes, will illustrate this. S 29, 9,'20, 21,40 10,,20, 3,01V I 22, 79 19, 12, But a less satisfactory feature is that the increased reserve must wholly have come from domestic souroe. HilT'r Tolnl Clrmi- 1S IM Bacon, long clear, new..
First National Bank of Mar,5hall, Texas. First N itional Bank of Alamosa. William Barth, President; H. The portion of this deposit made 1 by banks becoming insolvent, 2 by banks going into voluntary liquidation, and 3 by banks reducing or retiring their oirculatioa, was as follows on the first of each of the lait Ave months: Descriplion of Bonds, Bonds Held Feb. The imports of last week, compared with those of the preceding week, show a decrease in both dry goods and general merchandise.
The exports for the week ended Jan. Dry Kooda In our report of the dry goods trade will be found the imports of dry goods for one week later. The following is a statement of the exports exclusive of specie from the port of New York to foreign ports for thweek ending Jan. The railroad has just earned another land grant of 80, acres by the constraction of its Houghton branch. It has the right to earn a third land grant by building to Oatonagon.
Therefore the railroad company has accounted this as of only contingent future value, worth about the amount of effort taken now and then to secure an extension of time for the building of the road. The grant is from the United States, but the State of Michigan is trustee for it, and has extended the time for the building of the road, but another extension may be askei.
If adopted, it will give to the holders of the Fort Wayne guaranteed stock, mortgage bonds bearing the same interest, and having tha same long period to run as the existing lease of the road to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Pitman is manager of the Boston city oflSce. Smith, recently with the New York Life, has been appointed special agent for Eastern Pennsylvania, with headquarters at Philadelphia.
The report shows a handsome balance January 1, of nearly thirty-six million dollars, or a net surplus over all liabilities, at the present market value of sacnrities, of The New York agency U at Broadway. It will bj found in the advertising columns of the Chronicle. The confidence had in this campany is shown by the business doae during the year just closed. Attention is called to the card of Messrs. This honse has recently taken enlarged and comfortable offices at No.
Notwithstanding the quiet times in the Street, this firm is reported as doing a pretty active business, with a goodly number of customers. Attention is called to the statemeilt of the Commercia Mutual Insurance Company in the columns of the Chronicle to-day.
This company is among the oldest and best known marine and inland companies, and those desiring policies will do well to notice the figures they present.
The following, seldom or never sold at the Stock Exchange, were sold at auction this week by Messrs. Istmort Spring Mountain Coal Co. Negotiations are pending for O. Btreet and other improvements have been made.
The company owes no debt, and there U no encumbrance whatever upon the property. The future policy of the company will be to divide such portions of the cash" assets as may be consistent with the maintenance of regular dividends and the preservation of the share value of the residue of the landed property.
Pittsburg Fort Wayne Dry eoods Total Since Jan. Co 8 Easle Fire lus. Co 5 Citizens' Gaslinht Co. Co 25 Tradesmen's Nat. SloiiluKtou , 4 to Feb. Money Market and Financial Situation.
The prices to which a good many stocks and bonds declined about ten days or two weeks ago were the lowest touched for years, and caused apprehensions which have since given place to greater confidence, because there were no resulting The effect has been to revive at least the investment failures.
The prices of commodities, on the other hand, show no indications of advancing. But the recent reduction of wages in the various prominent lines of manufacture, like the Fall River print factories, shows that manufacturers and middle men are accommodating themselves, temporarily at least, to the prices prevailing.
The decline, however, seems to have spent its effects in causing mercantile failures, which have OOHp. Board have been as follows: I 3,, 96 1. State and Railroad Bonds. There greatly diminished in the last two weeks. On the whole, the were less violent fluctuations in prices, and a more general general situation, though unsatisfactory in view of diminish- upward tendency.
The West Shore 5s were less active; the ig exports, low prices, and the dulness of interior trade, is a range of their prices from Saturday morning, the 26th, to much more re-assuring one than that of two weeks ago. The last night, was as follows, viz. Time loans on similar The Bank of England weekly statement shows a loss of Sales included Louisiana consols at 76, do.
The rate of discount remains un- Georgia 78 gold at , South Carolina 6s, Brown consolidated, changed at 3 per cent. The Bank of France exhibits a gain at , Missouri 6s of at , Alabama class A at 81 g83, of 1,, francs in gold and a loss of 1,, francs in do. JOO luc 2l3,40C lO. SKi Circalatlon 20,, But with the recovery 'of confidence prices rapidlv Oregon Navigation and the Northern Baeerve held. The market for sterling has been firmer during 9 per cent paid for cash stock , and Northern Pacific On Tuesday Manitoba also jumped points.
The rates for actual business on Friday, Feb. The effect on the general market was to estabIst, were as follows, viz.: I Monday, Saturday, Jan. Do ' Oni — prof, Cleveland Col. Louis Alton it Torre Haute, Do pref. I 13 22 11 50 Jm. J oseph Do Harlem 13'8 13 Delaware T. M farniuirs from January 1 the period munlinned in the second polumn, Lalett Saminf Reporled. V wk wk Ian 3dwk Jan WkJan 11 ciiic. Cltlsens' Nassau Market 3t. O 15, 77, 12, 4, 8, , 19, , 29, 4. Week or Mo Gt-8ontliem Deoenilier 94, 1,, ,78 Central PaciHc.
Hlbsonri 2,, 20, I Ineludi s Utab lines In Louis Iron Mountain it 8 mllici-n in both years. Circulation I are the totals for several weeks pait The following 18SS. S29 5U8 60,, 28,, ,7y3. Specie Legal tenters Loans. Long Island 3d wk Jan. N'ew , S 9 wk Jan ;! New York City Banks. S 9,1 -5, Tliefolliiwlngalilireviatlous are often used, viz "M. Quotations In Now York ;: J Long bonds, ' J Asylum or University.
J 6 I06 99 ;i6's Louis, a 44" 41 41 41 6s, 68, 5s, Mo. W do exempt, Pi-eiuinm bonds JvfeJ lOoV 48, currenc. Y— Water ,7s,'95 A California— 6s, 5s, cp. Alabama— Class "A," 78, lOS c 48, 48, Q— II 78long Allegheny, Pa.
Vorcoster, J 58, 4s. A I'otV— 1st, 6. Os, Income bonds, 1. I "j Ist M. A Bound B'k— lat. Louis-lstmort Pac— l8t 2d mort 90 do incomes Catawi88a-Mort.. F,tA i'iy Cedar F. JAJ Cedar K. MAN Cent, of Ga. JAJ 92 Certificates iif inilebtedocss. A ; no 68, 28 i'io'ia loo's Un. FAA do 01 85 g i"d7' MAN 78, 90 g. Frankfort A Kokomo— lat. Antonio— Ist, 69, gold, FAA 2dmort..
MAN 69 93 93 Chlc. I North Wise JAJ 6s, ifi Georgia Pncltto-lst, 68, AAOil Q— 95 Cln. City IAD JAJ 96 83 TO JAJ 72 Madison Exr. JAJ 80 l8t mort. MA8 a EimiraA W'mspt— 18' ,83, J AJ a Cons, mort. JAJ I24I3' 85 I do dobeut. MAN Eastern, Mass. AAO Stcrling debs. JAl 78, i'34' l8t mort.
A Southwest —fis, AAO' do 2d M. JAJ ' lal Col. A Toledo— 1st mort. A Xenia— 1st M.. AAO Massawippl, g. IAI ' Conn. AAO Dakota Soutliem— Jifcl '99 2d mort.. AAO D. JAJ ' Istmort. JAJi 70 71 3d mort.. I I Hi Chic. MAN do 2d. I 1 1 I2JI3 Clev. V 5s. A Alton— Ist M. A Indiana, lat M. JAJ 1 j Housatonio— l8t M.
S 1st, 6s, g. Ist 63, N. C, 60 33 31 ioi'4. Pac— 1st, 68, gold, Q—M HII4 do Q-F Perkiomen— 1st M. City 39 UO Erie— Ist, ia, g. Clia's Kridgo 68, S Wab. Jc Pac, 1st M.
JAJ do do def MAN 88 Allegheny Valley 50 2d mort. V do lat pref. A Ohio, 2d, pref Tjxas A Pac— 1st, 68, g. Louis— l8t,6s,l JAD Laud grant, incomes, mo. JAJ do 58, M AN 1st, Os, 1H MAN io lat cons. M, 68, MAN s 00 Atch. Midland— 1st scries, 6s I 79"-;, 03ifl 3S 80ig A Cin. A Erie, leased l-ehigh Valley 18 20 Buffalo N. Augusta Pref ,50 do Mexican National 54 60 Pref 50 do 66 14!
Missouri Pacific 20 m". Lansing A Northern, com 82 ibe' do do Pref. KM do pref KjO Chlc. Ifamllton A Davton 80 Iowa Div.. Os, 1 MAS Indianap. FAA do 2d, 7a. Louis Alk Bid. IH1 4 iMi biilllls, 1M! Wabash— Continued — I Of old. Pref, do N, Y. OOOblks, ex Morris, guar. AAO A Tun— Sterling Iron A Ky. Plain income 6s, ' Bell Tcleph 1 00 Amcr. MAN Sterl'g 08, Hampshire Land 25 N. Jersey C ixiuisville G. L 50 Central of N. Y 50 Harlem, N. Municipal Mutual of N.
L 46 Laclede, St. Louis 50 50 50 San Francisco G. A C'able, 70 90 H 49'' rel Lake Mills F. Loan A Irap'mnt 50 Sandw. Mass 52ii TroyC. A Coke do pref 10 N. Union Prtcirtc Utah Central. I Mariposa— 7s, '86 Mutual Union Tel. Company— Ist, 6s , J. Rochester Page of Qnotattons. Mercantile Morris— Boat loan, '85, Gl'beY'. First National Hide and Leather Home 60c. Planters' North 61 i: Bank I of California. Ass'n x34 x58 61 New Orleans Ins. American 50 American Exch Eciuitabie 35 ;.
Bk of VirginialOO Merchants' Nat 75 National Traders'. Miami Valley National Security Nat. Y Tr. Amazon new stock Ois Western lOOl Commonwealth. Hovarrt America Ili0l4 Lincoln Vernon Com Exchange Metropolitan Nat 40ifl New York N.
Western German Bank 25 X40 25 25 Tr.. Mutual Mercantile F. I iiiiit KiiHtnrii ii'i'i'ii.. It is published on the — Saturday of every other month viz. The pamphlet report just issued by the company gives the statements and report of operations as made to the Board of Railroad Commissioners for the fiscal year ending Sept. Winslow, the President, says in his report dated U'aud mail and express cars.
Trausportatiou expenses — Total Net eain'ngs Total assets L'uibllitics— Capit. Assets— Cost of road and eiinipraeut Cost of otli ChsIi. The terminal facilities at Weehawken were not, however, in condition to be used for freight business until the middle of September, , and for passenger business until Jaui 1, The line was opened for business as soon as the track was in a safe condition to operate, but with incomplete station facilities.
This, together with the want of its own terminal accommodations, prevented the company from increasing its traffic as it will now be enabltd to do with a fltst-class completed road and terminus. The entire New Y'ork business of this great trunk line, which is pronounced by expert railroad managers to be the most perfectly and substantially constructed railroad in this country, and which has recently been admitted to the Trunk Line Pool upon a percentage which is a recognition of the important position it is to hold in respect to through traffic, will pass over the portion of the line in which you are interested between Cornwall and Weehawken, and is an assurance of a large and profitable business at an early date.
The summary of the business of the Manhattan Beach Company, for the year ending Sept. Manhattan Beach Railway Co. Dump cars and implements, cost price t8, 16, valued at.. The negotiations leading up to the sale of the , National were completed Jan. How much money was paid is not posi39,, Mr. Bates, President and General Mantively known. Paul, Minneapolis and other points In the Niirthw st a.
Went Shore and Niekel P. Union MamiKir at Philiuleipliia, tnkesehar ,'e of our oniee theie Mr. Gaireit went on, "ai. Mutual Union and other guarantees, wo think Mr.
Vtlantle cable the latter part of February, and by the 1st iif August next the new cable will be ready for business. This new cable, laid at a cost of. This payment wih relieve the construction company of Si.
It was voted, 7, shares to 15, that the diiectors be empowered to make all contracts and secure f. The President stattd that the money would not be needed for a year. Paul Railway Company for the years and 1S83 cial repurt of: OOS, or 4 8 per cent, in expenses the result being a gain in net enTuiogn of ;f3lB,. The old board Pitchbiiry. Stearns he appointed to aiiprove each of said bonds or notes, and to eeitifv that the same is pr.
The directors afterwards hold a meeting, at which the executive olllcers of last year were re-elected. Iron Prodncl of the United States In It was a year of low prices, but not of greatly reduced production.
The production of pig iron in the last live years was as follows, in both net and gross tons. V 4,,2 4 4. S8S Anthracite. During there were 13 new furnaces completed— 10 coke, 2 charcoal, and 1 anthracite, and 17 furnaces were either burned or abandoned— 12 charcoal, 4 anthracite and 1 bituminous.
Statistics of the stocks of domestic pig iron on hand and unsold in the hands of thejmanufacturers or their agents oa the 1st of January, , have also been fully reported to ns.
These statistics we give in comparison with corre. From these reports we learn that the quantity of Bessemer steel ingots produced in the United Slates last year was 1,, net tons, against l,69i3, tons in , shnwing a decrease of only 41,8'23 tous. This is a much smaller decrease than has been generally supposed. It was, however, the first decrease that has occurred in the history of the Bessemer st el industry of this country.
The production of Bessemer steel ingots in the United States net tons from to 18S3 has been as follows, m It will be seen that in a much larger proportion if the ingots iToduced passed into miscellaneous steel products than in In ls83 we rolled very few toes of Be8.
Adding, say, 46, tons from these sources to the 1,, net tons of Bessemer steel rails ascertained to have been rolled in by our Bessemer steel works, we have a probaLle total of 1, net tons of sfeel rails rolled in the United S'ated in , or , tons less than in At or near Brewsters station the road meets two lines running into New York City, viz. Its bonded debt is comparatively small. It would appear that in declining the lease to Erie, by which the bondholders were assured of their interest and the stockholders protected from foreclosure, the managers of this road took upon themselves the responsibility of.
The second mortgage bonds may also be exchanged for preferred Receiver Claike said that while the fixed charges of the stock. The proposed plan necessarily requires the consent of the stockholders, and it provides that the j. The incorporators of the new line are Thomas L. James, Anderson Fowler, C. Qainlard, David Bingham, William A.
The immediate purpose of this company is to lay a February. The organization originated in the West Shore Railroad Company have selected a committee to Produce Exchange, and is priiicipally intended to. Provi--ion is made for an increase Illinois Central Railway Company.
West Shore bonds have been strong at times, on a rumor Hexlcan Central. The following circular has been issued: It was stated that agents of Mr.
Gestlemkn— Frtnu the best eatiin: I am now guarantee Interest at 5 per cent or issue its own 5 per cent compelled to Infurni j ou that our e. Second— Tlie cemoauy hjts paid for 6ui plie8 now ou baud necessary to opersite the road at bo'h ends, suehas areusimlly earriid in niuterial aceonnt, over. I inclose the form ol subseription. Yours truly, Thomas Nickerson, President.
The agreement is in the The Boston Herald says Dsnal foim: Fifty per cent Pebrnary 11, , and the balance as called by the Treasurer of said company within ten days' notice. The company will give the respective lenders collateral security as follows: All ihe rails and supplies needed to finish the main line are said to be on the ground.
At New burg it connects both with the Erie and the I is, under the proposition, to be converted into preferred stock. Gross earuingo Expenses Net earnings. Pierrepont Morgan, Cyrus W. Lowber Welch, of Philadelphia, and T. Jefferson Coolidge, f Boston.
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