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STOCKS CLOSE HEAVY.
BAXK RESERVE LOWER.
FINAL LOSSES SMALL. — MONEY AND
EXCHANGE.
Closing prices yesterday of the principal active
Titles and net changes from Friday's quo
tations were:
STOCKS.
>mal '•;-';•• 70 1 ; 4 H'Mex Central SB% 4 1
Am CA F . .81 -r 'i iMBC* 8S M. 87% + H
d. it..'. . . <■:"> 4- S'M K& T pref... .'.3 1 * — %
Am Kar R...117^ — '► jN V Ont & W.. 3.-i>*
An, I 8t... . '.:'. 24 1 NY Central 1«74 4- H
do rref »«>'« 4- 1 '-t NV<• Ast L.... Rl + "*
Am Pnvlting... W + S Norf & West.... MS — '4
Am Ire ?.<\ —1 '« Pacific- Mall 47 — "»
Anaconda »H — M Perm R n 150*4
At Top & 8 F.. 00% - Pressed Btl Car. 4. L « 4 %
do i>r. f. .W*% + H. ■! • r^ef 85% — 7*
BaM & Ohio .. I<m» ; = — l*- People 1 Gas lOT.H — V»
Pror-klyn it T . 6«% — '* , ReadlnK 57 — 7 /»
<'hfR &■ Ohio 47 : : — *■ do Ist pref ... WS — %
Canadian Pac. 115 4 4- \\ do L 1!L 1 ! pref 64 — 1
Clf St P Hi", j + '» Kfp IA S lfl
<• It I & Par. . .18*44 + 11-.I 1 -. do pref 62 H — H
Chic Gt (Vest.. 23% — It » LftlF -"'ii 4- J4
Chic & Alton :«i'4 — '» do -I pref 74 H — '*
Cnic Ind • L, . 58H — t'st I. S \v pf.... «V>
Consol <;;,s. . ..21»% + '• I southern By .■'-■?■» — H
c.-l A South.... l.*> l i ! do pref »4
do Ipt prf-f .. Ms 'Southern Pacific. fii'-i — H
Col FA I C 0... B7*j — % I Tern C& I Co.. 6« 4 V 4
Del * Hudson. .l77U — VTe\as A Pacific. 40 ! . i
Den &R G pf. S3 — W j Twin City X T..110 1 * + X
Erie 43H — N' T St L, 4 \V pf. 3rtS 4- H
do Ik: pref... 74H — %1 Union Pacific . .102T4
do 2d pref «2'» — M do pref M |T — %
Cen Electric SHO — 2 D 8 leather 12U 4- *
!;• Northern pf.lK9% — Vi do pref R2 ! » 4- J4
H.^ckinK Valley. 7.. V B Steel 4r.»ii 4 »;
do pref .. .. X'« l 4do pref O-*. 5*5 * + •»
Ulir.ois Central. -»- >i ' Wabash 22 "4 — S
1, wa rvntral. 3:»»; I d. piaf 43 — %
X '"" Fs&M pf S2 - ' West I'nion Tel. 02*»
Ix^uls A Mash. 107% — *» ' Wlr Central 20 4
M.inhnttan 137 4 HI d. pre' 41*; 4- "4
Missouri Pa.-...1ft3>; — ** ' Westhouse E1ec. 177 — *
Met Street Ry..163 — :i: i !Wa- i. B Ist pf. 20 T 4
BONDS.
Col A ?r. lrt 45. »1M 4 %!Xorth far 4* 104« i + H
ConsM Tnh 45... .•■■.'* 4 '» ' ReadlnK gen -15... PR 1 ; 4*»
Erie pen »s. ... K«*» — ', st L B W Ist*.... P7> 4 Ji
sr C P 1 8« M 4« (>r-4 4- '• I'nion Pic- conv..lo«S — H
Mc\ Cen Ist Inc. .".'t'* +"n Wal.aph DH» «VS 4 H
do 2-1 in.- 22% 4 *» i
THE DAY'S OPERATION'S IX STOCKS.
Opening prices in the stock market were Ren
erally above Friday's close, but in the subse
quent dealings irregularity developed, followed
by weakness at the end. Expectations of a
favorable bank statement were not fulfilled, re
serve above legal requirements showing a de
cline of $375,775 from the preceding week. The
statement of averages was totally at variance
with the known movement of money In the
v • -k. which indicated a gain in cash of over
fB.OGQ.OOO. The position of the banks Is doubt
less somewhat better than reflected by the bank
statement, and there need be no alarm over the
monetary situation, because an antiquated sys
tem of compiling the weekly bank figures pre
rents results that seldom indicate the position
of the banks at the ciose of business on Friday.
The statement showed a gain in cash of only
£3.457,800. but as loans expanded $ll,r>Sti,4oo
and deposits $15,334,300 the reserve required
against deposits increased $3.533.ii75, leaving a
decrease in actual reserve of $375,775. Total
reserve now stands at 57,515,575, against $14,
150.075 at this time a year ago and $11,757,725
in the year before. The poor bank statement
naturally caused selling of stocks throughout
the list. Dec-ines, however, were generally con
f.n d to fraction?, and at the close a few of the
more active issues showed net advances. The
majority of active shares ended at small net
losses. The chief exceptions were American
tar and Foundry stocks, American Locomotive,
Pressed Steel Car, Rock Island and Mexican
Central.
The course of atock market values in the
week just closed reflected renewed operations for
the rise by commission houses and a disposition
on the part of substantial interests to encourage
the movement. The higher rates for money and
the strength in the foreign exchange market
were not effective factors in subduing bull en
thusiasm. It is too early, however, to predict to
what extent the current bull sentiment will
carry prices. Development! may arise to check
the rising course of values, and after the press
lire from the reinvestment of January Interest
and dividends is over the market may not enjoy
the support necessary to maintain prices. The
prospects are. nevertheless, that Wall Street
will witness an active advancing market in
the winter and spring, accompanied, of course,
by the usual sharp reactions. Gold exports
arc proi able, but they need not excite alarm.
Gold was exported last January to the amount
at $B,<JOU.OOO. while in April more of the metal
vent out. Block values, however, enjoyed a
bull boom of wonderful proportions. The ac
liv.- advance in th? early part of January led
t3 a >-fcarp setback before the close of the
month, but losses made were subsequently re
covered, and prices soon resumed their upward
way.
Trade reports ?ho\v that the business world
is starting the new year without a change In
the character and volume of business that
marked the closing month of li«»l. Business is
fo active in th- West and South that money may
not return to this centre at the rate desired by
ftock market operators, and, as a consequence,
extreme ease in lending quotations may not
develop. The fact that foreign exchange rates
wcrfc strong last week in the face of th.- high
price of money doubtless foreshadowed the
resumption of sold exports In the course of the
next two weeks, possibly this week. In Paris
exchange on London is again lower. A year
p.^o the gold export movement began on Janu
ary 17. and from then until February _ over
$8.000,(}6(t was sent abroad.
The usual weekly table of price changes for the
tcti\c stocks follows:
I Saturday, 1 Saturday. Net
j Dec. ZB. I Jan. 4. i Chang's
asss-saautaa Copper •71 . Wi j — \
American Car & Foundry.. 80% .".1 I + M
do preferred ™ u f 87% j - 1\
Amerfam Smelting 44>4 M - *
American Locomotive i 31 7*7 * .«V, -t- 1%
Am.T!o»M Su s ir 1WC").... 117% 117 V(, — Jj,
American Ice. 31 2W -H
Anaconda ••- ••"'» — 'H
Atohlf^n Top * Panta F«".. *l>6 Ko»i - ■■-
do „,.f....i ... l'r.-, lO3>i ' -f %
Ilaltimore & Ohio ! lOi* lOGH i 4-1%
,1,. preferred ••'*■ 88H 4- Itt
Brooklyn Hapld Transit '-■ iw'i 4- IS
I ■..••.-:•! i Southern i KW4 * Sl '' 4- 1 »
Canadian J-acifi'- ! 113% 11.1V4 4- 2^.
Che'airf'iikP A- Ohio ; **'* 4 . >-» ' 4- %
Chkaio & Alton 1 ™. 88M fl%
dr. preferred -'■■. ••'♦ ! *■ \
Chl<a o A: (BoctlnMStcni.".*.| -""' *<«H + 2'-i
(-hicasto lrd & lx.vi« . not, .r>3>/». r >3>/» 4- 2^
CHf«n RI * I'lrtdf 'Kiln ! 156"i 4- 4»i
Chicago Mil A Ci Taul ■ >«Mt 1(V.«4 4- IS
Chicago Oreat WVstf-rn 1 24»i 23\ — H
Chicago Terminal ' 15* Ifl'. 4- %
do preferred •*> K% I 4- "•*
i'levelar.d CC &St 1/iuU-. t-S ".'7'-, ' — -A
ron«oli4at*>d Gas 217H ' 21.". I 4. 1*
Cilorsdi Fuel * Iron I •»» )O- I — H
Colorado & Southern • IS 1 * ; I"' 1-*1 -* I + "*
do Ui preferred S9 l * <i > l S. 4- %
do 2d profMT-d --'j »'« I 4- X
Pelaware A- Hudson 17« T « ITT'. I 4- *»
rvrver & HI" .".rani- pref. i«4*i •«..". | - \
IMisware Liirk & Wertern. 2-^t MS 1 -no
I'rie ...: . . 41% I ISU . l«
do M preferred I 7*% | 74»i ! 4- V,
<Jo 21 preferred ! T.9\ I «2H I 4. a*
(iwnsl Elertrie [ MS : -2-' -1
■ l:.;'.n;.c ' .If', 40 „ li,
liockir.K Valley ; '71 1 . '■ 70 1 — IV.
International Pa;.. Co . 2114 1 21 — %
do preferred '■'- 7«u I 4. %
International Pump pref. j K> — I — 1
International r--wer H7'-i ! S*»4 I 4- 1
I^utavi:ie & Nashville HMtn 107*, 1 4- V,
Mexican Central 2* : ~ 2ft% ' 4- 2>4
Mexi«-an National ctf» U\ ! I.li I 4- l^
Manhattan 137' i ' 137 — t.
Metropolitan Street Ry *l«2'i ' I<W ! 4- X,
Vlnneapoiis -. St I>ou!« . ..- M ' *10«*i I 4. V*
Mlf*ouii Pacific 1"6 T » I '10.V4 I — 1«4
Missouri Kansas & Texa«.. 23^ I 27 I 4- 114
do preferred B8 Mv, 4. Vi
National Ulscuit 44H I •<.*»'« 4-1*;
S V Chlraso * St L/mlfi... 4^'-s 61 ! 4- 24
do 24 preferred >■••'. «U 2 -i- -,
N V Central A Hud.on I«7H ! •167'- ! 4 lVi
H V Ontario & Western 34' i ' .V.^4 ' 4. %
Norfolk & Western S7*4 > .VJV4 | 4. %
rarlflr Mall *&i ; 47 4- l'
People-* r,s« LJlfht 103 I<VS% 4-2%
Pennsylvania 14!»4 15f«i 4-1
Trefsed Steel Car 3S*i , 424 4- 2tJ
do preferred... M'« ' M% 41%
Readlnjc 6* 67 4-3
do l«t pr*f*rred S2 J»2* 4- %
do 2d preferred BgU «4H 4-2
Southern Railway 33^4 ' 33% 4- *
do preferred i-:! 7*7 * »4 4- *»
Southern raclflc «1 «1«; \ 4- '•i
Ft T.-v.r. n, .. A Adirondack. 1.14 13.TSi I — ti
Ft Owls A.- Fan Francisco.. BH£ ' t>Vi 4- 2%
"... M preferred 78% ! 74V4 4- H
Pt L»,ul« Southwe«t«m 27 2S'4 4- Hi
Texas Pacific r.ft'4 4m; 4- m
Tennessee Cool * Iron «4* I «T. 4-I*4
Union Parlflc KW% ! 10?% ! _ 14
As preferred M>% : M>"i 4- M,
I'nlted State* leather 1! 7 » ' 12>i I 4- S
do preferred M«; K2«t 1 4. %
Vnlte<J States Steal 43 I 4.%H I 4- 2- 4
do preferred f)3% IC.H I 4- 2'<,
VV«-,t.-. n fi,l..n ... M* ' 1f2% I 4- %
V'heHlnc * Lake Erie ivu, I Ivu. (
\Vl»con-!n Central 20% 20% I 4- •«
W«tia»l> IS* ' 2?T4 I 4 »*
'do preferred I 43 f 43 |
Total sales for the waek .4.037.026
Total in preceding -week 8.111,231
*_te dlvidewl.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
RAILROAD AND fl'lUl-lt STOCKS.
] Actual sales — - I— Closing— l Shares
fOpen|Hl;?h|l*'jw.! Kln.j l;H.;Ask.j sold.
Adams Kxpress. I!>9 199 108 '.'..'i |2<*» 200 100
Albany & Sus... — — — — 220 —
•Amid Copper... 70 ;71 «»%! 70' ii 70S, 1 7"V« 13.0.10
Am Art Chem.. — ; — — — 21 34
do pref — | — — 1 — >. l i 89
Amer Bicycle... 2'- 2"4 .4 _>. 2'- 2% 700
do pref — — I— " _ — ! 1:, —
Am Car & F"dry 3074 31% 30« if 31 | "IS. 1 :il', 0 730
do pref S7*« £"*■ 87** ! S7T*! *7v»| ~ v 500
American Coal.. — | — | — I — iiso '220
Amer Cotton Oil 32% ■ ; - 1 4 •■ | -"-« 32% '■'■-'■* 32«4 I"" 1
do pref 1 — — — I — MS ** >viu i
Amer Dl« Tel.. — — — I — 37 |40 " — _
Amer Express... — ! — 1 — j — 212 21. r > '
•American Ice... 30^1 31 29% 29% 2»% 80 1.060
•do pref — ! — — j — 86 «7
•Amer Unseed.. — — — — 15 [:<> - —
•do pref _____ 1 44 4s
•Am I»comottve 3251 34Hi 324 ] 83% 33V4 -'•'» 53.300
•do pref I SO I fMi'^l 894 '••" : i ;H>^- ; '"' 2 B.TOO
•Amer Maltir.c 8 J 6% 8 OS i"- 1 - (t\ - ■'■«»•
'■■■ ',-•■' .- 24 24Vi 24 24' 2 -i'~ 24« 8 300
•Amer Smelting- !48 |4« 4,"\ 4»l 4.V-. id Hll
•do pref ! !*iVi! («Si^| 964 ;""•'■- '•'•'•'» •"■'. "'
•American Snuff — — — — — 4!
•do pref I — I _ ! _ _ I _ 874
•Amer Sugar. ...1 1174|117Sii 117', 117', 117 117\ -..t>Ni
Mo pref li.'.', 115% 115£ 115% 1154 1104 200
Am Tel & Cable — | — | — — | — 00^1
•Amer Woollen.. 16% | I(>S 1«H; 16' ilO 164 300
•do pref ] — — I — — 77'« I "it
•Anaconda ! 30% I 30% I *«« :«>'- .'!<" 4 31 700
Ann Arbor 33 89 I 3.". 33 " If.'J 36 25
do pref I — — I — I — .:-i «...
At<-!u!-.»n ■ 80% 81 I 80% 80% 80% 80% 3.»10
do pref llO3«j 103% 1034 108% 1034 "« ! 4 *.600
Amer Tel A Tell — I — — — 1»U ! 2 163
•Am Or Twine.. : 40 I 41 i 40 ' 41 41 : 4 : 42 300
Halt & Ohio ...llOTii 1(»7 : 4 106% I<><'.' . 106% 106% 4,800
do pref fWit MH| 964 864 >"'•'» ;i " 150.
Boston A L. _pf. — I — I — j — (165 I — — —
li'klyn Hap Tr. ' 67 »| «Si. l f.R'i! <!«'» e*\\\ 67 6.150
Il'klyn In Gas.. 1210 210 |210 210 210 21". ](»«>
Brunswick I 10% I 11 i 10", 11 i 10% ll'« Mo
Buff R & Pitts. — — — I — Ills 1^ : -
do prof I — j — — — 141 ! 145
Bur Clt & Nor. I — I — ; — — 134 139
Canada South...! — — I — | — | Kl4 i Mi 1 ,
Canadian PaclfleilKJ 1 16% 1 1 1 141 4 ! lir.u. i 1 1.1*4 115% 3,400
Central of X J.. — — ] — j — 1 192 103 :
«he« & Ohio | 4S 48 1 47- ' 47 1 - 47% 471, 300
Chicago & Alton 30»i! 86%] .'r.-. :ii;i. 86% 86% 7'">
do pref 76% 77", 1 76% 77>i 77 77' i 800
Chic & Bant 111. I — — — I — 185% 186%
do pref I _____ 187
Chic Bur ft Qy.. — — — I — 103 —
Chic Ot West... 24Si 24% 23%, 23^ 23S 23 1,100
do prof A | — I — — — M»i S5
do l-rrf H I — 1 — — — 4tt% 47% — —
do deb 192 IH2 vi i>2 I*l {>2H 300
Ch Inj ft Louis.! 554 .'.4 63% 58% 58 68% 2.250
flO pref I 7fl I 76% 7fl 7«% 7t5 77\ 401)
Ch Mil ASt P. 16»>V107>i,:16<i>>4;lf*>Vj 10 <»H 166% 8.800
do pref — j — I — — lss Ib 9
Chic * Xorthw . ! 2O!» |209 !2<>*S!2nsV, 209 210 »IO
do rref _,'.:. 289 '_;« " 235 ! — — 100
Chic It 1 & Pa.-, 1564 155% 156% 155% IM', 1.2.V>
Oh Si PM& 0. — — I — I — 135 " 145'
do pref I — I — I — I — |SJ 197 — — ■
Chic Term Tr...| lO'i! l«Ui l«*i ' 18% m 16% 100
do prof | 31>«| 31% si£ 81% 80% : 31% 100
'■ >' C& Bt 1... 88 I !"• I 87% 97% 97 97% 200
do pref 12041120% 120% 1 1.04 118 121* BO
Clev L a Wheel — — 1 — { — 33 40 .
do pref I — I — — — I 77' 5 S3 — —
cicv ft Pitta I — — I — I — it>^ - 1 , .
Col Fuel & Iron. I 88% SS<4 87 | K7i- S7 £8 420
do pref I — I — — I — 126% 130 :
Col & Boutn I 18% jf.\ 1514 13V, 154 15% 1.000
do Ist pr^f.... 1 80% flo% «"■- 60% COS ; 60% 900
do 2d pref I 29H 2lt'i 201.; 20, 2P> 4 29% 2 3<x»
Col & H (' ft Ir 17% 17', 17% 17% 16 17 .'.
Com Cable 1 160 1 160 1 180 ! 160 !'i<i 1 165 100
Consol Coal I — | — I — ! _ 73 j _.
Conaol Gas 210%|218%1210%!218'4 217% 219 200
•cont T.>h pref.lll«>4!llt}« 4 |iir,i 4 ;iirti;| — I — l.«>
Del & Hudson.. 17741 178 177% 177' , 177 177-. 1.800
I"I Lack A W.. — ; — | — I — 27>4 _f.7s'
. I>.n. & Rio Or.! 45 i 43 45 145 | 4:. I 45% 10<>
do pref 1 83% :•-■:'•.. iO3 93 92% !«'« 400
P"nv A South*. — I — I — — 43 bo
Dos Mft Ft D.I — I — I— ■ — 3«ij ' 89%
do pref ! — ; — ! — __ 100 I _
Detroit Southern 116 ■16 110 lfl 15% 1 It; 100
do pref 139 89 !33 |SO ' 88% 39% 100
Diamond Match.! — — ! — | _ 13s " 1140
•Hist of Amer..! 9 9u! g% 0 9 \ (>:, ] fi 085
•do pref .... i 33 I a.'.'. Xi ! 34» 4 31% 85 I ♦'. 7'«>
" ri(l ! 4351 43%' 434 4.:-. 43% 1 44'«! 11.2(10
do Ist pref . .. I 74%: 74\ 74' 4 ! 74 , ' 71-, 74 , 4.310
do 2d ;>ref ' 821 ;: 62% I!. ", 024 '- | 62' i 2.300
Ev fin << ATM... —j— ! _ _ 5s ' fi () ' 1
do prer [ — I — I — J — j <.; ; S-,
Gen Electric Co 281 !2HI 2SO 280 280 28] MM
Glucose sug Ref 88% 40 I 80% 40 30% ' 411 900
do pref ! — "_ I _ | _ 92 11001 100
Gt Northern pf. If*'. ISO'- 1*. ..., ! t«O% , 18»%|1SJ»% 400
II B Clafiin C 0. .'102 102 !102 ! 102 100% 102 100
Hocking Valley..! 70 I 70%| 70 170 |70 7O<* 400
■'■" pref I 83U 83% 834 83% M i_, 64 100
Home«ake | — | — | _ I _ I 06.1100
Illinois Centra1.. !140%140%140» 4 14<i\ ;i40U1140f 4 240
do Leased Line | — I — — — , 1114 1
Int Paper j — | — — | 20% 121 '
do pref 78% I 76%! 7di 76%' 7H'.. '' 70% ' 300
•Int Power gS I 884 88 BS% BS " Ml 4! 1.000
•Int Silver ! — — _ 77 J
•do pref I _ _ _ i _ ,7 I4S "j .
Int Steam Pump — — — I — ] _ lls I
do pref ! — — _ ) — I <„; I (<s> I .
lowa Central I 88% 89% 39% I 30* 4 I:v % , S»K\ 100
do pref ] — _ _ 1 _ . 78i 7,; |
Kana ft Mich...! — — _ _ I SSU a« |
Kan <"ity & So.) — — — — 2014 20%
do pref — — _ __ 441., 1 48 1
Krok A- Dm M. — — — _ l.v" MV. .
do pref — I — 1 — J 4/, i 471,;
Kinß & fern. ... I — ] — ! — ' c, ' 10 - : -
K<•F S& M j.f 82% 82% !S2 82 '82 : f-2Vi I•• ...
Knlck Ice of Ch! — I — ! — I _ < \r, j 22
,do pref _:__■_ J-_ 53 * 57 ;
La.-Jede rja». ■ — | _ | _ j _ \<m '93 i
do pref I _ | _ 1 _ _ 106 iOBi OB |
L X & Western.! 70%; 70% '<• . 7<)»i! 00 ' 7114 HO
do pref ! — j — 1 — * I "*i 130
'.ake Shore ... \ _ \ _ j _ _ ,341^353 '
I; n« Island .... I — _ _ ; _ BTi 8U ■
I^.uis 1 Ka»h... 107%[107h!107%{107%>107>4 107% 1 10a
Man Reach I — ; — | I __ I j■- i I', "|
Manhattan E1...|1.57 137% 130% 137 13fifc|l37% 3.01W
Mi i. oa! pref..'. — I — | I 65 I 75 ■"
•Met Street Rr. 163% 163% IC3 103 1.;.'. 163% B<<»
Met VV sof 1 .-.. — i — 1 ~ , 4:t _':
*° '•■••' . I _ I_. 1 _ j _ .„,-! 9:1 I
Mexican Cent... 27% 28% 27% .-. 2>% ; ---. 1.; „..,
JJf* Nat <•«*■••■ 15% I.'^. 13% |3%l 13% 15% 3:350
Mll nlpan 1 ent. . — ■ I — ' j '! 140 17", 1
Minn &Bl Louli 106% 106% |oc% 106%ll0H%!lU7 I "nm
do pref .. ! I I ' • I-.,, 12 . '
MSt P4SB M .17-. SS | 37' :.7V, :"7% 38 ! 1.400
,, T ri ",. l? " f ;„■■ s* T' g? ■■- - ■■- ! m aoti
• K.i:. A; T-x _7 27 27 ■•.; -7 ' [„,,
■'•> 1 ref :::'.. 53% 53%] 53% E. 1% -„ i 4.«t
Missouri Pacific. ' M', : :>.; 102."* • 103% I it:.-. ? 103% I 9 :uo
.MOUl.fl /c (I Ctfs. — ! — I — I Mi : y, <
Morris it Essex. — ! — — M'(4 'ii (S '
Naah ft Chat...' — I— j _ _i m , S3 i ZZ
•Nat lits.int....: *>> 4.-.%, «4' 45%! 4:.'i I<J | 1 700
•N^UoSTu I z ;zii;z ' ! ';V i zz
•do pref sfli«::!s fl i«::! z!z!z Iz I 79 "; y. ;zz
•Ni.-i ':h! Salt
N^',&v,ai::;z !z !z iz «::g^| —
N<-W C-riT C.al.. •;-,
•X V All ,:-.,.. ir.l „]:, |r.l | 61Vi 1.-.i, mo ; 2<->
v ,V' n i r l I --V II ? Tli ' I<iS :ll '' 7 '* >«7% 167% 167% 1,000
-\ I<li,v st 1.. 50% r,i , 60% 51 1 .... 51 v auo
do ■; ■■■■■'■ ■ _ 1 _ : _ ;IlS'; IlS ' 120 - ;
<I'> .1 pref..... 1 — ' — — 1 1s - 1 „,, 1
X V Lack ft.W.r— ! _ _ _ ,-,, ,4/, j
N \J t>ocX . 1- I 4»,
N"v?>uii::i: 'zliiz li^fei
N V N II ft H. ;i
N V Ont & \V.. BG% 35% ;■-. 4 i 35« J5« "■•-, ." , ,-,,
X«.rf.-.lk A «V SI : M% s«.>j :,>l> -TslJi U\l ftN%! 1^
do pref.. ; 90 , ■<- j ■•■- I 1.2 i Oli »2 270
-Nurth American. I — i — 1 _ 1 <.■>: i „1 !
Ontario Silver. ..l _ i _ j _ _ 1 7. " ■ 1(l
I'ariflc Coast..:. _ i _ j _ _ j- ■ j-1
do IM pref r.. - j _ I - _ ..',; 103 .
do 2.1 pref I__ I__ | — — 77 fsi
I'arifl.- , Mall ! 47. 4S 147 47 147 : 47: ■> 1 .„»,
\]:^. RR- ■■ 181 151 150% !.v, r i;. ( . |50% 1 .....
Peoria ft Ka«t.. — — — I — ■3» 140 - —
I'"' Gas * Coke: 10.-.%; 106 105% 105% I 1(13% 105% 7.5«0
{'ere Marquette. | —I— —,_| s, . ]X) * 'j
I' C<■ftat 1. . ! — _ _ I _ 7 ., iv,
,do pref - - - i _ KM' _ ZZ
PFt A Ch...| —! — —I — 192 i — I
l'ret:»»d SO Car. 142 | 42% 42 ! 431 i 4' I 4->- 1323
t ';; l"" ! 86 ! Ml I 85% B6T* S3 ■ Sii" ; si«
Ii !m nr> 217 217 217 217 217 21H
Quit kallrer » 4'
>jo pnsf I—i —I — — 9lif "|
Reading I r.-i, 67% f.7 57 57 I 57% 20 700
do lit pref.... f-2\ «2% R2% 82% '-••. 82% "2 im»
R^s a *Sra..:.i- H •"N* 14 " • ; ' V -. ( 1 ; j- (;P " >
•Hep Iron A sti 16%] 1.;., in I „-. , fl 1<; , 4 , ,„,,,
r^^a^::)!!' _ (;s - -_« g*_* __
•Rubber Goods.. I — I — j<| ;_.,,
•do pref I — _ „), I 7^.
Bt Jos ft Or 1.. —I — _ _ | 2 I ,-, I ~^Zl
do nx pref.... _ I _ _ _ , „-, j ,-,.,' ZZ
do 2d pref — r — — — 21 "74
Pt Ijiw A Adk..| — I — _ _ I iv,! I,?!*
at I, A .San Kr. I 57%! 58 | 57 | 67* 67U 58 • I>,
do Ist pref R3i 4 53%! ><3% ! 83% B3 I s", 'i( ,
tei/^l ' 741., 2*l 7.,, 71 , M M ...
pf^stA-fr SS S%;S S IS?! S? 221
dO pref I -r- I _ I y.
Pouthem raciflc 0141 ni%l «i \ r;iV« | 61% r.i% i> nm
Southern R R... 34 I 34 I 33% I i 83% ' 33% .'«%! 1 4r»)
do pref I 94%! !>4%l 1.4 I f ti , 03% 04 I Bm
Stand Rope ATI-I —I - -1 41JJ 47, _" '"'
T.-nn Coal A Ir. ! 60% l 86% •60\ M \ 65% 68 2.800
Tt-xa. 1 A Paelfir. 40% 140 > *, 40% •""• 40% 40% l 900
do Uind Tnift _ — _ I — I 36U 3k2
Third ,veR_R. _ _ I _ _ toS* im ■
Tol Peo A W...1 — ' _ I _ _ m.i _ ZZ
T..1 St I> t w 2-. 2 ? -si 20 19% 20% 808
Twin City R Tr. 1 110 J lO% ! 86% 1 1 101* ! 110 ' ! 11 A% ! 1 ;.«,
Twin <-|ty R Tr.'llO I1O« 110 110% 110 110%! l> £s
do pref I — I — 1 — |j(.q i,ia .
''•. n . ! . r ' n |,r . ? f K *P: 14 '"' - % \ U '' l4l * ii I*1 '* i^'- ""'
Union I'acine. ... ! 103% ! 108% 102% ! 102% 1 lO2* i Ul2l I II 500
do pref I 90% 90% su\ 89% 8..%! H9'l i.'.
IT B Express. . . .1 98% i«", | 0«% | 09% 199 100 I a -
•V > leather...! 12 I 12% 12 12% I 12% 12% g •£,
•do pref 182 82% 182 82% 82V4 $£ TOO
V 8 Rubber 114\141 14 I 1 ; n' ' ii 5H5 H „,!
do pref 60% 50% I 60% 50% fV. 151 I m
T S Steel 45% 4.544% | 43% 45% 43% 66.550
do pref I 95% 65% 954 95% 95% 96% 89.800
\a Car Them...! 62% 62% 02% ; 82% 62% «2% 100
do pref — I — ' — 121 1 1"1
"VVe-tlngh HA Mil-7 '177 177 177 177 J 17's I 100
do pref ! — ' — _ I _ My,, |.SH. SH . tvv
■«'»»>-«h I 23%! 23% I 22% I 22% 22%! 28 3 ->Ort
_ do pref I 48% 1 43%! 43 143 I 4.! 43% 1400
Wells Fariro Ex. l!*r |tBO 1 li*. 190 |90 195" " > *2
S-t at . l i"? n J el ■; 02S 92S \"* ! •** '■'-'* *'-'■< 600
Wheel ft L, H. .. I— ' - % \ s^l >:, &\ _!_
do l«t pref... 52V B2^ 52% M*, S3 100
io -'d pref I .;,, ;,.„.
.Wisconsin Cent.. I 2f»*i 20% ! 20%! 20% 20% I"1 " i *(r.
do Pref ' 41\| 42 I 41141 41 4 41', 42% j 400
Total »ale» for the day .424.088
•Unlisted. • '
THE DAY'S OPERATIONS IN I?()NI»S.
GOVERNMENT BONDS -Market steady. Final
quotations follow:
Bid. A*ked. I Bid. Asked.
U.S. 25,1030,rer.105% 109 U.S. 4i.. MOT.cou.lll% 112 i;
U.S. 2s.inW).cou.lOS*4 lOii V.B. 4«. 1023. ,-,.,. ,;«>S 110
U.S. 3«. 1008. 107 V WSHJU.S. 4. 1925. cou l:iin, 14"
U.S. B«.UiO&.cou.lOS% 10« U.SJL Be, 1004 r-K .1.i7»» 107%
U.S. B«.]<X)S.«mI.IOS 109 T.S. r.f 1904.c0u.107H 1O7 7B7 B
U.S. 1807, re*. 111*4 112H I. lst of C. 8-6Ba..LSBtt —
RAILROAD BONDS. Market Irregular. Total
Bales amounted in par value to ItOM.(|CB. against $3,-
BUM on Friday. The heaviest dealings were in
the Atchl3on general 4s, Chicago. EUirlington and
Qulncy 4b. Colorado and Southern first 4s, Erie gen
eral 4fi, Kansas City. Fort Scott and Memphis 4s,
Mexican Central first and second incomes. North
ern Pacific 3s and Is, Reading general is, St. Louis
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. JANUARY 5. 1902.
Southwestern lst«. Southern Pacific 4s. TTnlon Pa
riflc convertible 4s and Wahash debenture Bs. Con
» lldated Tobacco 4s were also active.
AMERICAN BECUBITIES ABROAD.
London, Jan. 4. 2 p. m.— market for Ameri
can pecurlti'S was irregular. Final prices follow:
New-
London New- York York
dose, equivalent, close. Changes.
Anaconda «'• 30% 30S r H
Atchlson 82% 88* 88* —
do pref 105H 1"- T « 103 —*»
Baltimore A Ohio 110' i 1"7 4 1"7 7 » —J.
do pref :» sT « IMJH OflV» — l »
Canadian Pacific II* 1 * ll.'.'j 115V4 + "*
Chlcaro Oreat Western.. 24 1 * 24H 24 + H
< henapeake & Ohio 49/2 4-> l . 47T4 + %
Denver 47'» 4:. .
_o pref 88 03 88% + %
Brie 44 '» 43* 43Vi — H
do Ist prof 7f> 1 74* i 74** ■
do 21 pref '■ 64 02">« 62*4 — ft
Illinois Central 144 I*' I.'1 .' 140^
Kansas * Texas 27^ 2U'» 27 — '•»
do pref :.:..- 54 54 •« — v h
Louisville ft Nashville.... lloig 107 S 107H — V»
Mexican National 15's l. > 15
Mexican Central 2S\. 2SS 27H ■+ Vi
New- York Central 172 '-a lfls 167 +1
Northern Pacific pref... 1"2 MM.,
Norfolk A Western ••*,■, r>s' B ss«i + M
do prof It:'. 7 , 914 - — - ■
Ontario & Western ... 36% 354 .I'' 1 * +l i
Pennsylvania 17% 180* IWS — l *
Readlns 2i» r '« 5T% .">7 % — M
do i-t pref 42% *24 «S — H
do 2d pref S3H ti'ili •* — 'i
Bouthem Railway 85 34 V» 34 + l 4l 4
do prof »«■« 94 1 -, U4 + U
Southern Pacific 02*» in '4 f.i \ — *»
St. Paul 170% 1664 16HH + \k
Union Pacific 108 lii3?b 102% +■ l *
do pref 02*4 90 1 90 + %
i; s Steel 4«»» 44 » 44H + •*
do prtf 07\ MS M + «4
Wabash . 23% 23H 2:tU — H
do pref 44 : a 43*» 43' 4 + H
do deb D 00U «7'» 67T» — %
BONDS
2000 Am II ft L 65... 97 | 40<«) do Ii«-b 4» Reg. 100' i
1000 A T & 9 F Adj 2000 do L B Col SVfcs. 07%
4s BB 8800 N V C & St _• 4J.107V4
2000 do 96% 10000 N V «; ft EL H
1500 do Gen 4s 103' a AP 4k 07
OUMIO do 103S 1000 N V O A W Ref
3000 At & Pan 4s 04 . 4a 104»
2000 do 85 , I***) do 105> t
1(«ki i; ft <> Gold . .XVI 5000 do 105
701)0 do Prior 3%a... 96% hum. Nor *W 4s 103
1.-..., idol- j M s s. '.HIV, l<H)rt do 102%
1000 d.i Swn .-I-;. .. ■•''■„, 1000 Nor Vac Gen .'lst.. 73%
5000 d.> 01 lIMO do 73> 4
14000 do 00% 1240001 24000 do 734
<v««> likln Un El Ist. lol 1 5000 do Prior 4.« 10414
10i»» B R ft P Gen 55.118H 500 do 104»
1000 Can South 15t..~.105% .s.««-> do 104*11
1000 pent I- C.td .'i 1 -.*- "7 1 , 1<»PO Pea >'• A- C Ch Ist
1000 C A <> Con sa. .120% .-. «s 123
5000 do Gen 445. . . lOT,\ , Km.i do 12.".
10.10 do 107 i 1•« m > do 12>".
2».«»0 do R * A Ist 1000 Peo A E Inc . .. 774
if 1"4 «.")(■»«• Reading den 45.. 084
finOOO CH& QJt Is. 96*«1200n0 do lt>S
61000 do 08% 2(<)0 do 88%
10<k> do Seb F.xt 40.111 | 1(H»» Bl Jo A Q I Ist.. K >',
2:>000 C It I & P Gen 0000 do !•:>
4-< 105% 3000 EN I.* I Ml 45.. 04
3000 Chic Ter Tr la. , 87 18000 St I, & S F R»f 4s !>7
10000 Col ft So Ist 45.. 91% 5000 do '„n\
42000 do 01 jltuXiO do 07 1 *
2(KX» do 01', 10000 d.-> 87%
12000 do '-'I-, 10008 81 L Swn Ist 4s. »TV»
150$ Con Tob 4« 884|15000 do '■•''•
33000 ■!■■ <"'. ! . noOrt do 07
20000 do 88 20000 do (<7'-»
88000 do 88% .■-<»-> do 2.1 77
28000 1> M & M L a.. ■"«' 5088 B A ft A P. 45... 87%
!.>.•. do 30' i ' 1000 do 87%
10000 do -".1 40CO do K74
3000 Pet Bo O Ply »- o."> ' 5008 B. VANE 45..1"2
15000 Erie Cen 4« . T -i 10000 So Tar C] Tr 45.. ft3Si
BOM do Pa CTr I* 05% .-><ViO do 034
IhOOO Ft W* D C Il'I 1 ' . I" s '< ' 5000 do 88%
18000 do J1...10541 4i«> <*,»tl! Ry Is' .1214
8000 Hock Val 1H5...107H -"<V> Stand RAT fis.. .'.■<
2i«M. do 107%|52000 do Inc 71,7 1 ,
2000 KCF S A M4s t'l'i,! 1000 do 7'
30000 dr> iM I 0000 Tex A Pac 21 ■ ■ 98%
15000 do .. 91% 3000 do P0* 4
4000 Kan C So Ss 71 T »I >•"... Thlr.l Avi Con 4s. Po\
7000 do 72 I 1000 T If * Huff Ist., f.74
Six* fli 71". I2OPO Tst r. A W SUi. 90%
1000 King* Co F.I ««.. 90 ' ■•i««. d"> 4« .. RB%
40nn i. 1 1 nlfted Af.. "'' ;7i«"> T"n Pac r<-, n 4»...10iV,
linn. do 984 182000 do .... 108%
5000 la. N I'nl .101% ! r^v> do ...,ii>ii.
SOOO Mcx Cent Con ♦< >•- I 185000 do \(A\.
67f"00 do Ist In.- .. 32\' 2000 Wabash Ist 35...11*? m
J>fii»V» do X'". 1120*0 dr. ; •-'. I* .. 88%
lOino d.> | 37000 do •'>•>'«
340>1rt do ... S3 i ::<V>OO do . . r,>\,
B7IWI do 83K|»3ono do (Hi,
3O(iOi1 do *3% 2r*<oO d.i .'. 07 T ,
lonon do 33>417R00n fj,, „, .is
330 10 do •"■<■■» 2000 TV fn rl Tr 8s 113%
■"■"■' do 2d Inc 22Vi ; 5000 W,v I. E Ist Con
2.'.i*V> do 22% ' 4« .. . 92',
1000 M X .-. T Ist 4s. >-'. Bono do 02%
.'j»»i .1-. '.'.I '.?', .-.^•. do . M
10000 d<-> Kxt 5s ion\' s,.«i wi- i> n t Gen 4. 88
I.X-O0 Mo Par Trust .v i"7 1 0000 do >••..,
.-,<4i N v C !">•>> 1^4.1034'
Total s-ales of bond". -. 088.000
I/ON AT t\/> EXt'HWUE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money rates as quoted f>l
low: Call mnney. 5 per cent. Time money. .'. per
cent for Flxty days and three months, and :sn:.>- 2
per cent for four, five and six months on railroad
collateral Commercial paper, r/a.*.u per cent for
three, four and six months for the best names, and
above for names not so well known.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Mark*! firm. Actual
closlnj rat« ■ follow:
Cables. --Ik!.' Sixty days
Fierllns 4.675P4.K74 4>7ii4.s7'; 4.8404.84*4
Francs 5.15S .■■.-. ;
netchrmarks. '.'< '.< Ii 1..". 7 li'iTr'...'!^ 05Q05 I I>>
Guilders .. . 40 U 040 5 18 4i*t4<> 1 i
•Less 1 ir..
Banker*)' pofitt .1 rates were:
sixty day*. Deman !.
Sterlings . . 4 ■•» . 4,s7'j
Paris frams .'>. 17 '^ 5.15
nelsjium rr;in.> .6.18% 5.15%
Bwltzerland francs 5 19% r.lti'4
Germany relchrmarki 954 ICS
Holland KUilders 40', 40%
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— New-OrleanH — Com
men lal $1 2.1 discount; bank par, Ban Francisco
Sisht, 2V=c; telegraph! .'.■ Boston— &c premium and
p ir. Chicago—Par. Charleston— Buying, i-!-;.- dis
count; sellirtK, 1-16 premium. Savannah Buying,
7.v (lij>count: s<'!li:i;;. 75c premium. Cincinnati Be
tween banks, par to 10c premium; over the coun
ter. r>n<- premium.
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.— CaII money In
London, l'i'<2 per '•■ ill open maxkei discount rate
for long bills. :n-l>; per cent: "horl bills, 3 1-16Q
'■■'■■. per ot tit. Berlin discount rate, 2% per cent for
three months' bills and 3 per cent for short bills.
B< 1 iln exchange on London, l . marks 41' 2 pfennigs.
Paris exchange on London, 2:, runes 12 centimes.
Paris discount rate, l' l . per cent.
FOREIGN SECURITIES.^- British consols for
money, !T, ; for the account, M%. Spanish 4s in
London, 77%; French rentes, 100 francs i" centimes
THE SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver, .V.'v; Mex
ican silver dollars, 44> 4 .-. i-; silver in London
closed .-it 2.". 15-16 d.
•i' »I-I « PREMIUM, In Madrid. 32.35; Lisbon, 31;
Buenos Ayres, 138.90; Rome. 1.20.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS
lOpen , iinrh I Low- | Lost | Share."
I Ing. I .»t I ast. I sal*. I sold.
Amal Copper ...I 70%; 71 88% I 70 i 7 semi
Am Car ft Foun 80% 31% 3.1%! 31% oou
Am Ice 1 30 SO 30 | 80 i.>
Am Smelting.... 45% 45% 15% 43% . *■>
Am Busar Ref.. 117' 117%' lIT „ 117' 4 •■•-.-,,
Am Locomotive. 32*4 I 34% | 32% 83% "'eilo
At Top A a iv. S<(%| 81 80% MS i So
,'«.. pref i 103 l«84 103 1084 Hi
H'klyn Rap Tr. . I »M us', ,17 I , i 7 * 4 ±k>
Che* ft 0hi0.... 47\ 47-. »7 • I 47» 4 2^
Chic -Mil ft 81 P 168% 187% 166% 166% 6aS
Col Southern 154 15% 16% 15% -, ,
Erie 43% ! 4.V, I 43% 43% •> -«
da IM pref 7.". I 75 I 75 1 73 * t3 S
Louis A Nash.. 107% 107%, 107% ' 107% no
Manhattan ... | 137 | 1374 137 I 137 IH7
Mexlr <Vntral 27% 28 I 274! -H i
Mo Pacific 104 104% 102% I 103% 4IS
N v Central.... 1674 1674 167% 1674 'in
N V Onl ft \\\. 85% I 35%! 83% IX. I,
ParUh- Mail 4S j 4H I 48 '• !|S " „,;
Pennsylvania ... 150% 130%: 150% 150% 10 ,
Readln. ?*m sj V "--* '--■*• "P* «•«»
ii'-ii'iinit , ..i- 4 57% 57 ".7 < ->iui
do Ist pref 82% 83% 82% 82% 'no
do 2d pref :::: 85% %* fr\ ,-,-, .'-;
to%&&f%i M Vi\ l W , -, * •'.*'
8t La- ft A.l'.r 188% 188% I^TS nTs. "
814 614 814 81% •ftio
80. Hallway 34 34 % 33 % 33% -^
l;;:;;,;; 1^: 1 : S5 ; : ;;:: gJ - ••?
b^rrissa?£ : 3 IBS ] v^ : C MS
v a Steel 44% 45% 2% gfi MS
ikffg^ 5* n* yfi i*
do pref 43% 43%; 43 '■ I? Jl
\\Vst Union 02% 92% | 92 « i 02% \%
| I*"*"- W ,QB
BONDS.
lOpen- JHißh- I Low- 1 Lq st "j
I Ing. I e»t. I eat. | sale. | Sales.
Mes Cent Ist In I 32% | 32% I 82% I iF% Tl"7^
St LSw Ist 07 I 07% 97 97U fn'^
Wabash deh 8..1 CS%\ tW% es%\ ggg I J;JJJ»
T " tal Ba "' g ■~rr: > i8..)oo
MI NINO STOCKS. j
(Open- |H!Sh- I Low- | L.. t . Shares"
Alamo 7^. L.i A~3 i 13 I ri ' 7T~
Cable Con 04 04 04 'iia 1'0f")1 ' 0f " )
C«n Cal A Va.. ■ l.w I£j l'so 1«« *S^
iwvinir-." 1.20 l i 1:l1 52 i
Hold Hollar ..« f '.oft I 'TkJ VS ,»g
IFal^ A Norcrons .10 «n k» '.I; -,l*Ht
Imperial 03 ©3 'i" 'ot ?*}
Ontario : 9.(«> : o.,» ( I 0 00 9 - " j*w
Qu!ck...lver pref. 10.00 10.00 iip;,;; j^ , j«0
Total nale« "~~ ~~ — —
. •. 6.150
WHEAT.
Miy option... ~ 82%| 831il 82%| 83% | 589.000
THE WEEK'S BANK CHANGES.
The following table shows the usual comparative
statement of bank holdings:
Dec. •> .Tun. 4. Chunks.
Loans $857,860,200 |88ft.548.000 Inc.sll.SM).4o>
Specie 168.61K.2n0 164.M0H.80ri Inc. Ll!"'.'-."
Le al tenders.... 71 **» 74 2.".7.'mm> Inc. 2.287.200
Deposits 910.869.800 920.204.100 Inc. 18.334.300
Circulation 31.836.11.0 31.874.300 Inc. IS. 100
The following shows the relation between the
total reserve and the total deposits on the respec
tive dates:
Dec. 2«. Jan. 4. Chance*.
Specie Jlfi3.rtiS.2Ort 1164.805.500 Inc. Jl.H'iM'W
l--pal tenders.... 71.880.808 74,257.800 Inc. 2.207.200
Total cash... >.$2.V.,C05,800 82881.008,080 Inc. |5.48?.8M
Required against 227717 4.0 »,»l.«fi too. c __ ._
deposits 227.717.450 231.551.025 Inc. ; 3.833.575
Reserve $7.801.3.™ .:,i. -...".-:. Dec. $.175,775
The following are the changes for the correspond
ing weeks of the three preceding years: 1901— Loans
increased J7.532.4C0. cash Increased $6,814,400, deposits
increased U8.7M.M0, and surplus reserve increased
$2,624,175. 1900— Loans Increased $4.107,«00. cash in
creased $2,0*0,200, deposits increased J5.905.200, and
surplus reserved increased $;.50.600. IS»9— lx>ans de
creased f4.504,90>). cash Increased $5,310,400, deposits
increased $3,844,000, and surplus increased $»,3«,400.
The following table shows the bank holdings on
the respective dates:
Jin 4 '02. S.lin 5. '01. Jan. f.. '•&
Loans ...Kftßt.Mri.6iiO $SO:U>S0.«OO $rt77.7f<7.(«>n
i™" 'IrttNOSMTO V1.527.N0.> 144.001.700
rHtr^:::::: 74 237 800 «7.o.lst.Sli»> 54.f104.r«»)
nepoi«: nJ^: :::::: !««.«> stww «*«*«»
Circulation Sl.R74.Crto 30.052.500 16.234,10.)
The following shows the relation between the
total reserve and the total deposits on the re
spective dates: 02 Janßi . ol . Jan „.„
lan 4 02 Jan. B '01. Jan. «. 00.
Bo^cW ■ .«l«4.»0t«.8O0 8t64.5-7.A00 $144,001,700
i;-,- ;i i tenders! i .... 7, 74.2.-.75.-. _ w;o59.8oo -: M.ee4.a>i
Total reserve . .«-3».e88,e00 1881.881.808 BMB.BMIOBB
"t%j£t dePIS.;: 531.M1.035 217.737.r-g 1*1220,2*
Surplus $7,515,023 t14.180.0T3 $11,757,725
Percentage of reserve 43.8 •"•'' -"•*
FOREIGN ( 'OMMERCE.
IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE AT YORK.
DrV^r f "' JJan -'- » s »r. B &!£& £&%•
Seneral merchandised. 7.487; 133 7.818,378 7.-..,
Total.. $10,100,685 88.832.3 M $10,2.-*.911
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM NEW-YORK.
Jan. 1 to Dec. Nt 545T.074.831 $577,286,881 :..>7.:>.13
EXPORTS OF SPECIE.
(; For the week- $1M.2:0 117.0 M tt.BBT.fH
Silver' !'.!!!.'!!.!!.'.... 970.836 1.210.314 055.346
Totnls $1,134,086 $1,238,314 ts.Bsß.Zia
IMPORTS OF SPECIE.
n.nM rtt " WWk " $0,647 818».8Si $9,782
Silver ...... 11.134 128 065 10.280
Totals $20,781 ?27!».04R 960.023
WALL fiTREFT AXD EXCH AXCES.
FOREIGN TRADING— ForeIKn houses wore not
active in the local market, dealing In about K.OM
shares, mostly purchases. There was ■ good de
mand for L nlted States Steel Issues. Arbitrage
firms reported a bullish sentiment In London.
CHARACTER OK TRADING Strength in the
tar building shares and American Locomotive Is
sues was ■ feature American Car and Foundry
preferred and Pressed Steel Car preferred were in
Investment demnnd. Heaviness In St. Paul. Union
Pacific and Southern Pacific was due to realising.
Amalgamated was strong on the dissolution of the
Injunction against the Boston and Montana divi
dend. "B. R. T.," after early firmness, sold down
on profit sales. Reading and Erie both declined.
The steel stocks were firm on heavy trading, total
dealings being about one-quarter of the transac
tions in all shares. London was in active buyer of
these stocks
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE.— 'American Locomo
tive Issues showed considerable strength on what
was regarded as Inside buying, In regard to the
company's business, It Is stated on authority that
sufficient orders have been booked ahead to keep
nil the plants of the company running to their full
capacity until February 1, 1903, and the volume of
business on the books aggregates out RS.OO9.iiOO.
The company Is earning over 7 per cent on both
common and preferred stock, but it apparently is
not the Intention of the management to begin pay
ment of dividends "li thi common stock until the
first year's business has been completed
HEAVY ORDERS FOR CARS.— For the calendar
year of |901 the American Car and Foundry Com
pany built in Its various departments approxi
mately ■ OM pars, of which about SOS were passen
ger cars. It is officially stated that orders placed
for i-ars by the railroads In the last quarter of
1901 were fully 10 per cotit larger than any preced
ing ."Inill.'ir quarter.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER,— Quiet Investment
buying I- reported In International Paper pre
ferred. The company's earnings continue to show
satisfactory results, with large surplus income
a box a preferred stoik dividend! It Is not the In
tention, however, of the management to pay divi
dends on the common shares for some time to
come, as the various plants of the company are
being Improved out of earning},, and a big surplus
fund is '. .. Ing accumulated. The company is In
able lands
DIVIDEND DECLARED. The Commons
Insurance Company has declared a dividend of " per
.< nt on its capital stock, payable on January 7. It
has all declared Interest of 5 per cent on the out -
standing scrip.
SUGAR REFINING.— WIIIett & Gray say that
ail of the sugar refiners benefited In the year '.'.-a
to the extent of 'i cent a pound more profit than
the .-mail margin of Droflt In 1900, and there Is no
reason to expect that this ratio of profit will be
an) l»ss In 1902 The low price of ran sugars at
the. present time and the future outlook give prom
ise of a continuation of low prices tor refined
sugar.
SOUTHERN RAlLWAY.— Application has been
mad.- to the Stock Exchange to list J.ioo.ino addi
tional Southern Hallway St. Louis division ilr^i
mortgage 4 per. «»-nt bonds of 1951 •
HANK CLEARINGS.— The total bank clearings
of all the clearing bouses of the United States for
the week en led January 3 were |2.380,tn3,869, against
$2,r.j"..'i6i.!iivs the corresponding week last year.
AMENDMENTS KFFKCTI VK.-The amendments
to the constitution of the Stock Exchange Increas
ing the Initiation fee from $1.m;0 to $2,000 and the
annual dues from %■■" to 4100 became operative yes
terday. Tin fees are exclusive of tines and
Gratuity Fund assessments.
NEW MEMBERS COTTON EXCHANGE. —
Thomas F. Russell and Robert K. Annin have been
el.-. -ted members of the New-York Cotton Kx
change.
COFFEE EXCHANGE NOMINATIONS.— The
Board of Managers of the Coffee Exchange has
submitted the following nominations to be voted on
at the annual meeting on January 16: President
Percy B. O'Sulllvan; vice-president, Henry Hentx
treasurer, James H. Klrbj . managers for two years
James N. Jarvle, James H. Taylor. Louis SHlgs
berg. Henry Schaffer, Edwin H. Peck and Frank
Norton.
HOWARD ABEL'S OFFICE.— Howard Abel,
formerly president of the l,alo- Street Elevated
Railroad Company, of Chicago, and associated with
Charles T. Y. rkea in his London underground rail
ways, will not l>e connected with the Boston Ele
vated Railway, as hits been reported, but has re.
moved to Boston to become president of the New-
Hampshire Traction Company.
WESTERN ANTHRACITE COAL AND COKE
COMPANY— At a recent meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Western Anthracite Coal and Coke
Company the following v.ere added to the director
ate of the company: W. E. Pedrlck. \\" C Tecet
hoff and Charles C. Tegethoff. William D A Rosa
was elected secretary and W. C. TegethoS treas
urer of the company. .
MONEY IN CIRCULATION.
Pro. 1, IMII. Jan. 1. 1902 Jan 1. 1901
CoM coin $632,001,740 $635,374,550 8e29.102.57H
Gold certificates.. 2h3.298.349 277.007.000 _.:. 7S7't»2O
StJ'r.c'aril silver
a. liar. 73.210,737 7^.2: i.-.m; 7ft.182.32fl
Silver certificates 447. 1 52.102 44P.402.X92 422.390403
Subsidiary silver. 84.17<i,421 K5.061.004 <: ' VS\ tf'-{
Treasury notes Of
1980 40.012,622 33.489.731 «1 230.158
l'n'.te<l States ...
rotes 898,341.089 341.186.854 i 334.087 493
Currency certlfi -
i ati !<. act of
x. •";■■' " ? IT 7 ■;.■ 1.500.000
National bank
notes 851.363.074 34».8S8lSra 332. 185.320
Totals $2,250,2:18.230 $2,230,027,990 $2. 173, 251. Ml*
Population of the United St.it. January 1 MSJ
estimated at 78,437,000; circulation per capita, "$2S*65!
FOREIGN EXCHANGE COXDITIOX&
C. Schumacher & Co. say in their weekly re
vli-w:
The best evidence of the strength of exchange Is
the fact that the prices were at no time ncrimmly
affected by the very high money market if the
last ten days. During that time money in call
repeatedly touched 11(116 per cent, averaging
about 8 per cent. it in true trwr many times
while the flurry was it its ii">;'i\ exchange .v.is
next to unsalable for hours at a time. but Just
as scon as money showed signs of weakness, ex
change at once began to rec3v»»r, to fall back again
as soon as money strengthened. It was a seesaw
gam». rather unpleasant for the one who had
orders to execute, whether buying or Belling.
While this was the case until Thursday, Friday's
market bear* quite a different appearance. Against
BAXK STATE ME ST IS DETAIL.
I Capital. I Nat prof. | Loans. 1 Specie. I locals. | deposits. lClreTaT~
Bank of N. Y. N'afl Banking Ass'n 8-.000.00«| 52.215.1U0 $17.»27.nn0 ! J2.»44.Ctt)| $14GrtKn)| Mr_Ssa_Ta7__
Hank of the Manhattan Company.. 2.050.0)0 2.1ti«.10O: 22.432.100| «.39.M0«»l 2..T.1. :«M> <« -if. -?», • I -**.«BJ
Merchants' National 2.000.0*0 i- 176 - 400 12..W.:mi> 3."3_.7»»i 11. ::,.,, I.vTmlm
Mechanics- National 2.(X«».000 2.3SH.WNI 12.H47.000 1 710....1 L2DLUM 1 : iix«'«k "
Hank of America I.SO.U*X> 3.177.800 1f....*..-.... 2.75.:.7(H»: £«S*BOO 'l 'SIH —
Th.pnix National l.<nN».«X»i 273..VW 4.431.000 7S«.i»»>i _}, 2 „., 4 IM.'md ITrr
National City 10.0m.000 6.«a.3UD in».2l-.,»»« :27.«2n.«m: 27.«2n.«m fi.J»ißon© 1-4377 »w> A JS 3 **
Chemical National 300.0K0 7.<>47.7.i.> 24.174.500 i 5.010.1.1.. £«; |,», 24 «A ; i«- ' l - a '-*»
Merchants' Exchange National 6U>.000 2tt1.500 s.<A_ll<»' 7r-..!«». .0.-,.-^. s\«r««7' mT.
Gallatir. National 1.0iW.000 2.004.rt»> 8.48W.100 l.rctl.NWi* H7!» a»i >:' r>r.™»> iii 51
National Butchers and Drovers'... 3tK».Oott «S.»» 1.25!».9.x>t ■*„; ;,», 97 7 ,.., 1 I'SoTSB *_[•'•
Mechanics ana Trailers' +" "■ l.tn. «•«> 2.9»r7.<»KH sin>MN> :;.i'.....i .l'«rt *•■>
Greenwich j 200.000 17.\MJ0 v.j. .-..„ lIH.IOoI 131. 100 77* -"„ •
Leather Manufacturers- National.. t»*>.<M»i 517.3011 0.27.H.2H0 2.»«l.«»»j L"Jt..7t». .; ■•<#."iim .XI — ■
Seventh National 1.70w.0g0 15.500 R.U.-..IUM <*X! vo\ 144 S.«. ,v'n" '- ">
Rank of the State of New- York... 1.2f»».<i00 .Mn. »». 4.«3«..V»i 4»1.7<» SML3OO i«4«'s(<> " J "
American exchange National 5.000.000 5^7!».400 29.M3.0n0 4.1.-7. •>■*< I 4R7Vhiih' 22.^mS «__T__:
National Mark of commerce lO.Um.O(H» 7.1 V..7-". 72.9<a.50n 10.4t.1.7»0 t;,3f>7".2i)0! tu'..-»1,«. tIUSH
National Broadway 1.0110.000 1.«n.H.314): 6..T05.21W 7:iS.2m> SfH.ftMd r."«4i*.« H"^ 0 " 0
Mercantile National 1.000.000; 1.386.500 1.T745.200 2.220.5;..! 1.7:u..'..»>; I*7-7 ... £?-5»
Pacific 422.700 01!».fi«K>! 2 S»«.«iii| .-,1;-.,. 412.10U1 XCTasno "•'>•>
Chatham National 43»uro| «»7.-.tio; S.»«l.iion 4M.21X1 Ortl >1. 3.911*000 _r«r
Peoples i 200.«Ni0l 3H.U00 2.121..-.i»-» 135.«00| Ht.' s <( "IMSSSI "**
National Bank of North America.. 1.e80.000 1.M0.7<i0 | ll.«»43.40i(l 1.ft40.7(i0! 1.3«t:.4<«i 11 . -,„ Tr^C:
Hanover National I 5.000.0001 5.A41.2n0 WTW.TI»I 7.75».1«n .", .v.s .-, „ Sl'«.-.0T0..! •• 2? !_*
|rvin« National I BM>.«>n 4»i.m» 4.177..»>.>' 54A2«»»! a:».:*»> 4 -7- .... "'SJ!*
National Citizens' "SS- 01 * *M..i00 •";:".';'"' 1.^».--K>! .TJ.s..-.t«. .;k;u.v,» Mi£2
Nassau 88S.008 .*:,.;,», 2..171.7<».i 22»>.7<in 4-.; 7, „ XIWKOOO ">"
Market an.l Fulton National l*K>.»«rt I.<OS.."hml •; .l._L' '•'«. MDNiti yxt.#*» «>«H7 .»>,» «___:
National Shoe and Leather I.oo».<nhi -25.20n ........ 1.-. «4--..2(X>| 2!C ..TOW | 4 irit'i)., 2"Z_
Corn Exchange ! 1.40i>.)h(01 I.sS_.(NNI 22.703.000 l 4.«3,000| 2.1 M.«.. 27..-.77..W0 **•**
Oriental ' 300.«<0«! 415.400 2.0J>.!.01H> 171.000 :.,-•«., •> -iV.«i. ~
Importers and Traders 1 National.. I..W>.<h«i 6.224.H00 2TJ.2Irt.HK). 3.oSfi.iVoi I.2>l.i>t)«>! 21^117.0110 TiT£_
National Park i 2.000.000 l.nM>.<Mo *».241.0ml U>.Sfi7,n«K) 4.213,^,. Rh s:i.Vih»>' "•••*
Frst River National I 230.000 l*l.0l¥) I JI.SII..T.KV I«9l20O! 2T0.3W1 I.^O»o1 "■•*
Fourth National ! 3..^..im». 2.U1.\.V» 22.1^.1.^^ .T9li».i).h»; 2.41.t.!«).. S3. latino' *!■«•»
Central National ! 1.000.000 001.700 1J» .44ft.0.»V 1.«22.0.H»' i.,.:.,., i-.»^.,., , ;&*»
Second National ' SOrt.UMl 1.W12.m»0 _!>;•'■;."•«' 1..-,2».im» ( sv.l ih, 1. -,-,,», s^*°
First National 1.....:. ! lO.OOOiOW) 11.3.Vt.4n0 ».WT.»w 14.161.300 -j.11.7j .11.7 .-*». 7! -.«. t ,», ■• |gSS
New-York Nafl Exchange :..»... »». :5.-.(«.«»<l0 +•.•■■- . r >7<>.7tHt 4l4.:ti»>: ».»«.,»„ — _~
Bowery 2SO,Oii«»l 7.V».:h^i>l S»l4l.©nO 3Sl>.tHHi xa* in o n -,4-..,.,, 4 - .. ,., 4S *^*»
New-York County' National 2OO..MXj[ &U.H.4001 ».W»l."ni» "14.901) • ■-. v- 4»Sl«.ono siT^T
German-American T50.0T10 41.;..-m». .^.4.^7.5(10 4.:.. v... ..7..- 3.21t2,5,«.i WW * >9
Chase National 1.000.000 2.«i»w.«iio 4 '-"? 7 -* 10 10.344 "K^JNKI 4^.747 VX>! SSftftS
Fifth Avenue 100.008 1.424. 100 :..ii;..,. 2-""".*"' 1 •-'M.-Vx.' 9 07.'. >)(<l «».•»
German Exchange 2»x».<xio 388.700 2.2M4..D0' 212.»K1 1.010.2001 5.711.700 "
G.-rmanla US. OOO 8M.300 2.940. 4«x>' 41».:**V 4:>-J.4<»i |>i ;,„ ~" ~~
Lincoln National 800.000 I.t=:t7 1.].-1:...:.n. 1.171.3.M :.^.»., l.V4<x».inx)i 24*-i
Garfleld National t.0110.000 1.-.i>4>«>.. 7.444. VMV |..vt3.»Ni .141. ."Vk. 7 ♦VaV7. Irt1 rt "US
Fifth National I 20rt.0n0 37r..7H0 £ .'.v.-.. l'». -.7..,., 2T!.-..7«x> »%-,';,») *•*•
Hank of the Metropolis I 300.0U0 1.1.V.7.. T.J03.800 1.K51.4011 <ai.«oo ■. ■-..* 5,,, 13ST0< >
West Side 2m.(H»t> 1 1.-.l •"»> 2.733.WX1 a.s.i.n' .TT7.n««» 2»17.»xi I ~~
Seaboard National .-.»-»<--> 1.«.:7.4<X» l'7US.«><iO _•:•.■,,., l.xrtMki 14.fvi.ixi..' "iT__L
Western National 2.100.000 2.345.300 3R..-.23.«!ii0l 5.7.-.1.4.T).' .■:••.. 42.977' 100 vlflS
First National. Brooklyn I >Ba.oisj .-.4».7.'«> 4.22";.i>i«i 44.:.<1H 177..- 4.bix\txo -*£:
Liberty National ! 6t>.>.oix»i 77ft,7nu ft«M7»si ;. 1, . -,....., 43.0001 *4t7.'«X> 4^^,
New-York Produce Exchange I 1.000.000 42f»..v»»! 4.3«1.5t«) 7C-..!>.x> .V.n.wxi' ;::-.-.„„ *f- w »
New-Amstt rdam National I 250.00U «.*.». .HfN>! 7..T.<1.4ih> v:!».2*if»' ]_.. S3iT>'li*>' i_Tli
A stor National I 830.000 430.<tix» ». 1«-.1..<«.. 8ft1.300l .141.7fX> 4.10K000 r-!,"2
Hide and Leather National i suu.oou 4-■„4 -■„ B*^.3oUl g.B2B^«Co| 346.2001 H4.ion 2.014,700 So«»
Totals ~ ! 88a.87-.70 100.3t8t.0f-O i K(gt..vm.wx> HK.sos.soo; $74.2.%7X»> yji.au. u» ■■•^Uanj
LBS%. at which price large amounts of prime de
mand «terlinff could have been bought, we have to
pay 4.57 for the same bills with money at -■'. per
cent on call. The greater rtrensth of exchange is
not merely due to the new jreir'n demand for re
mittance against coupons and dividends, but tven
more so to the general belief that ->ur money mar
ket will now definitely settle down t-. lower liK
ures after this week." Just how low it may to
remains to be seen. While itocks and lends are
as active as at present, money Is bound to con
tinue in demand at probably higher prices thin
the average of former years. From th- prices that
may be obtainable on call and or. tinr will •! -
pend the Increase or decrease of our outstanding
short interest. On th.- who!? it looks as If our
banks and. bankers would for seme time to come
fin 1 their advantage In using their foreign credits
to their utmost limit, particularly since the for
eign money markets are on the decline every
where. Debts, however, always have to be paid
sooner or later, and as our merchandise exports
can hardly be expected to supply enough exchange
to pay up all our foreign indebtedness, our gold
production (t53.000.060 for the > >ar 1.01 » will have
to provide the balance. From our stock of thfa;
metal we shall no doubt have to draw within the
next few months to keep our accounts straight.
OLTSIDK securities.
The outside securities market yesterday, while
fairly steady, showed a considerable fullins' off in
regard to activity in on.- or two of the more active
Issues. The total sales, however, were fairly large
and the trading generally scattering. There was
a |ood demand for Electric Boat common, which
rose I - points, selling up to :.m, Storage Power
was more active: about 2.< V«) shar. were dealt in
from v ! i to &-\. Otis common sold at 31. American
Can Issues continued firm; the common sold at i^'- 2
an i the preferred at 61 l ». Northern Securities was
rl<-aU in to the extent of about 1.000 shares at 103.
Dominion Securities sold at 81%; Transportation
at I- 1 *. Pocabontas subscriptions sold at IIS. There
was a firmer tone In the copper shares, Tennessee
selling up to l\\; Union at 3 »: White Knob Cop
per, at IS«^. Hide and Leather issues were strong,
the common advancing to <'«, bid. and the pre
ferred to 1" bid. Norfolk and Western new »s were
offered at '•:. The market closed steady and fairly
active.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
ACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnlshe-l by William E. Nichols & Co., >.'•>. 13 WaO-as.)
nil. Asked.] Bid. Asked.
Aberdeen Conn.. M% .7 iMsiliss Nat.. US 13»i
.V!am« Copier. »> 48 J .!,> pref 3".» ! a SI* 1 *
Am Con i' Fibre — 20 | ,i.» bands . . . 79's 83
do prel — .'.7 j do 44s 101 ■* 1' l"»
Am Kiev Co :t'.S art IMe > 9 bonds . 76 IS
Am Hide a U. *'j 8 i M A H Cop Co.. ,T 34
do i>r-f 4i> a Mat Bk of • • :;■ . !■•' 11l
Am Home T 4s. J'3 83W Nail Su*ar !<>i^» iu;;4
Am S Fur :■' .v IN V Stevedore... ■ . «• s *
com combined — S3 |New-Kng Tiana. T » '•%
Am Tin Can M . 17 M V Xl Yea. 13 12S
•I. irvf '-1 •>! '» I Nor 1-1 C M •*« . i:»"» H' 3
Apache Copper. 7'» I2S North S-curllien I^» 3 I<>4\
Bay .<t.it«- Cas.. S *♦ , Otis Kiev i-i.m. . . SI S3
Hord.-n's C.»n M l»s>, S»U ; do pref !C a «<4
Hrlt c>i Corp.T. i" l«''», Pc.uh.mt ■•■..> .r_.-. i VM
t'unulen Land.. •* 4 (Roy It All rum. — I^.l
Cast ln,n Pipe . TH M ; do pref. l-^ : s 1"7
■!" prel ;w l i 3S»»3i: J-'fii board Air I». U-iS li;»
C..mprp.-seJ Air. » 10 , d.« i rel .-»'•» iO'ii
I'un Oil of CaL. 7ii 7.'. do b.md». . . --. V.'»
Con 1-- rla ."■'« « IS Hook .v X Co.. 41 ♦!■*
Con Rub T com :t'--j 4H I Standard Oil 8M 7ih»
Ki.nun Secur. .. - 1 MHi Sparklets — 24
Kii.-tern S S Co. ."K> '■ I Stomp. Power... s 'j '-•
Electric Hoat... M -7 ; -'1...- Trans., .tt " Xl\
do pr.-f 44 47 T.-nn Copper . . i* : « 1»\
Elec U Ited com I•. l\irntnn Copper... S\ »
■'■■• »rel >-i 111- S Cot Duck ?> •-•!
Electric Vehicle 2 :i ; do pref }«» tH>
. •1" if' » *'* V S It* .in. t10n... M* 37S
Electro-Pneu .. I*, 1% ,i., pref . .-_• •"«
G*n i';irr:i». . I » I', ,1 „v x, .^j
Ureena Con Cop 31 S3 v.t .-..ii lAc C... IP. : »
Hu-kfii Mead. «•'* .'"• .1.. bond« . .-,« .-,.;
Havana •• com. 11 18 Wash Tr C(w I) I 2; j 18
do prof . 47 r.l . d.. Pr iw I) XT 33
Inter Salt -- -7 j do to I* I) .. 7»'i »■>
Int T'mbrella c. — l'»! do «>,s. Ik» 674
Int Power ..ISO 180 | White Knob Cop. Is 18
INACTIVI STOCK*
■■•• ; b) Wllllan k Nten ■\- .-,». n i:. «
' Int. | Int. | |
! rut | ptrhM. I BUI. Uk I
American «'hli!« > q_j I vi | SB
American Chicle pr>>f . . r. ... 1 M >^i
American Hank Note .... >; Q-M 54", 5,; i,
American Urmsa — \\-,
American Clraphophon* I '.';> ::.'. 4t>
American Graphophone pf. 8 ( Q-P 7;, I' so
Am. Tress Association I rt j Mo 85 I bo
Am. s •!,. run com — 1 - 1 4'j v,
Am, Sikl.i, an. Ist „,.f.. 1 ' 1 „» P2S
Am. Soila Fi'un. -.1 pref.... >. I | 7 it
American Threai! i.>. pref.: 5 |.1 4 j 4 41,
American Tyiwfoumiers' . . 4 ! Q J .-.■• 111 1
Amer. \Vlndow Claw . IH MS .V.' s
Ainer. Window <;ia»s pr*f. 7 ... ! v
Amer. Window (aluaa com.. — \ l *\ 2
Anier. Wrltlns Paper pref.. 7 7 >">
Arn*r. Writ. Paper b.ls, r.s. 8 ! Jft J | 67 7t
Anthracite Coal — K& A I 7(» Ml
Ollulold Company 7 Q-j j 100 V a
Ctn. Fireworks com 2 | j 21 35
On. Fireworks prof 7 FA A «T. TJ
rhes. ■>roiiKh. Mf« V | Mo 4 -., 4»<)
Con. '•"■ Heating I v ■ F 4 a 5S «tt
I'.nv.r ITnkm Water C 0. ...1 — I : -ji | 24
I>env. In. Water (\>. bos' — ] . ' w\ 101 «4
Empire Quicksilver — ■ _____ | io< 4 „,r
Emplr« St.. 1 — I j 7 s
i:ni;.,iv Steel pref ,-, j j & j I 47 _-„,
Kmplrr S. Sunar.. — • s -
P.Tiiplre S. Suk. t>l 8- — | _ , -!..-s',
General ■ ■■'"■■ '■ ! a | sf» cs
<;enrral Ch>>mlenl pref — Q-.j „s . „,i
«;.irhnm Manuf. iir-f a ) q_j ].^
Ilu.ison Jtlver Tel . _ q. ■ ,, h> ll>7
H-rrlnic 11 SI. Co | •. 1 % 5
h< mm H. M. Co. Ist rr<-f 7 ' . 30 4,%
Herring H. M. Co. I'd pre! 7 | .14 -1
Inter. Klevntliiß Co — . M ,, T " tir"i
Iron Steamboat — | ! 2 ,i
J. H. Stetson com tl | A* J no _
J. II St.tsoß ( r.-f s .1 A J I ]»> n.
I^trlllaril pref • | Q. j I i?>
Mailison ■ i"ir- «:ar.l'P. ... — ' I i,, I -
Markeen Copper I V- 1 i 4i 4 —
M?r>;enthaler ' V | Q-J j«7 ' tlT<»
National Enamel .v Stamp, 1 — .12'j! 3'SS
National Enamel .1- S. pref.! 7 ! Q-.T (8 I 80
N. Y. _ N.J. Tel 7 q-j its. ttT.
National firaran I — I | - 4IJ
Old Dominion S. s 1 « | J ft j 1 us _
Pitts.. Hess. ft U ■ ! — 1 ' m ' m
Pmu*. snit Manuf ' 12 I a & o ' IS* —
PlttfburK Plat* Glass ! 6 | Q-J ! 151* IBSH
Planters' Compress — ■ < | j« lit
Pratt & Whitney pref ft I : f M > „.-:,
Procter & Gamble 12 i 333 •;,-»
Procter /4 Oamsla pref 8 I . ! 203 Jll7
Rapid Transit Subway — j 2m jjg
Safety Car Heat * Ucht... s Q.l ' 1,13 t?3»
Simmons Hardware c0m.... 8 An-F !•". IT".
Simmons Hardware pref.... 7 F* A 13-S 142
Singer Mfir. Co 7 Q-J* 1 _+.% 233
Standard Coupler 1% , ' 34 ;{,-,
Standard Coupler prsl 8 _ ' |SJ I9t
Stan. Mill. Co — 34 tt i;
Stan. Mill. Co. pref — I «■% «2
Sr in Mill. '•••. 5» 3 J ft J 71 ' 7",
Sterling Copper — | ,;: . }»<i
Swift ft Co 7 Q-J ! KM " 107
10th ft 23.1 St. Ferry 5 Aft O 73 \>
Tubular r»l-< — . _ ...
Trenton I'otterlen eoai — r,»- "7" 7
Trenton Potteries prsf » 70 -^
Trow Directory, new s , 7,1 -\
I'nton Switch * Signal 4 q i m-, > i,-,,
I'nion Switch ft si .i«i pf.. s Q-J _L _m
I'alnn Typewriter com — -m- '.;
Tnl^n Typewriter Ist sr*f. . 7 a * O ; i_s I 1-V-,
JTnlon '••"''••■>• 2.1 siet, I aft o | 111. 121
1 n I-p.-i.l * Oil , .....
Ps S. & ci» _ ..,., '-;
V. S. * Ch. pref __ fn v\
•in Hy. of S, U4j * '• J •» £
rn.^b^wM'^::::::: 1 ! i±fi ™* g?
\-n t.-». . .•„ „, r ..f wi. .::::; = .-= «• g
IT. P. Rnvelop* com _ "
V. 5•5 • *■"*" p. pr-f 7 I Q-M m _
IT" 8 a£Z pr^f 7 ' Q M 3'-H ;w '»
Wa»h RMg. A..'n.V.V.V.V.: _ i ~ »
■^>»>tlniihou«e Air Drake.... 25 q_j 353 aST
Worthlnnton Pump prff . ... _ | _TLl_ y% j^j
•And Interest. tEx dividend. "
STHKKT RAILWAY ( o\ir> A MKS.
KEW-TORK.
<Furn:she<l by Wllilani K. Klch.b Jt Co.. X o . 13 XTalV^i
! Int. perlo.l. | BU. |Ai»e4.
Brooklyn Clt It [ ZZZZ «,- , 2"
•b Sait nn •■-.•-. J. »J. :". -i_?
UA, 7t! A. •I:ItCo10 pc. Q J '47 i-l
do Ist 3a, 1904 J. * D. Toi% T^
•:• 21 -•■ 1014 . i* d. ICS iv> ••
Bway s R ft Co Ist ss, 1921 J. & .1 «;u% .tii
C^HRcii J± J - •iopli tin,
C P X ft ERR': 'V
»DC j Q. -J. •»«!: I •,«
D D X Bftßß RCo Ist) w " =•
3". «■ I J. *r> m 117
do scrip 5p c. 1914 . ' J. ft D. M.Vi w!--
Sth Aye RRCoI3 p c I Q.-J. I 395* . i
42,1 SI M A SI N" Aye R R I **
'' ' Ist 63. 1010 MAS I «lim «t«i
do 0p c Inc. 1015 J. ft J. I M m
do sroclt . I g) "J
Oth Aye : : '■ ' Co ~ p c Q J ' 197 ' _•
2dAveßHCoSpc Q.-M. 217 ■ 2?
•do con Is. 1300 M. AN. •I*l% nore
. «'" fon -V. 104S p. A a ' -IIS i•»
«th Art 81Co 7p c Q-J i 170 I
■Ry Co 0,10 Ist 6s. 1022 J. *>. ! .{ 16 %| ,j^
•And interest. ~ ' "
STREET RAILROAD BONDS.
fFumishe<i hy William E. N'lclula & Co.. No. 13 XTalKft)
I Int- I I^T j 1
I rate. I period. [ ■* a_ti
Atlantic Aye Ist I.**. j ~3 . A jc '"' 1 ;,« Ira'
All Aye Can ■■- * 1981 .....|5 .% & o 113 jjj
l.klyn H'lshts Ist. 1041 5 A*O M _
Bklyn Bi W E O^n. 1933.. 5 AA O 'icr' _,
Fklyn Crwinn Ist. 1!»«..! 3 Jv J 104% I —
Pklyn C £ Xeivtn Ist. 1933. ', 3 J.t J I US 1 - 113
CCIWJ I«!and & B Ut. I<.m\3. 3 IJ& J j 102" 103
Corey I.land A B ctf. 101.1.! 5 | J v • 101 ' -
Calvary '-■•'■ AC, Ist. I9W « Ji D ! 10* lM'-i
Gpt A I^rlm»r Ist. 1010 I « I>li X ; 10« li»
firand St ft Nn Ist. 1»f>«5... 3 IF & A 103 186%
Jamaica ft Bk Ist. 1080 ■ J A J i ■ ,--,' _
New Wft Fl Ist. 1341 4'» FA A 101 I 181
Se- Beach Ist. 1916 1 4 | JI 4 3 I 83 ( —
—^ __^
•And late.-est.
.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton GlTtert. No. 2 ~Ta::-jt.)
I Divldeni. '
Name. , capital. when ' Bid. i__M>
f__ payable. ' |
America [91.3001 000 1 IS J. &J. i 325 ;BW
Anwrkan Exch.;: 5,00»,000 sM.A X. : 2>«> 133
A«t..r National...' 3.V).»nioi ] 700 ! —
Eowery j 23»i.0i*>! 12 J. ft J. 300 | - *;3
Broadway J 1.000.060 12 J. 4J. ! — I 439
!Uit.-h»rs & Drov. [ 3lni.i««», 1 IW _ •
Cfr.tral > 1.0UU.0110 SJ. *J. I'iO —
Ccamry I ICO.OOO . 1 ia —
Chu?» 1.00W,000| S3 J. ft J. 730 -
i"hatham j 430,000 Irt Quar. J. f 33 3SO
«"hfn-.1.-al SOaoOO! ISO Bt-m. J ;4.10<> U,3»
Clttxeos* 6"!>.i»X'| >> J. & J. • 225 —
City J tO.OUM.UUII •: M. 4N. ' <«i.> —
Commerce 110,0001 10,000. W»»| BJ.A J. i 3"*» STJ
«-olor.ial I loom) ! ■ m —
Columbia ' 3iN».tnm •» J. AJ. ' 3."^ _
Corn Exchange... 1 I.4it».t»*f| 52 F. i- A 440 481
K.ist Itiver I 230,(100 HJ.4 J. | 130 —
Kl^vpnth Ward...! 100.000 ji J. £ J. 150 —
Fidelity I 2w>,oi» — • 2^5 2S>
First Nati.ir-i! lO.uhO.um> 2" tjuar. J. 7^» —
Fifth Natlor.a l....' 2W.0U0 '- J - * J ! 3lm —
Fifth Avenue ; 10O.i»K> Itx. Qstar. J. |a-?*> —
Fourth National.'; l 3.<«M>.<m«>' 7J. AJ. j 2:u". —
Fourteenth Street I WO.tNJO; SM.A X. | 1«3 —
Ca!ljtln ! l.»m»>.inv> 12 A. A O. I 41» 43»
n«a.<eraorl | 3«. IMf [140 —
Oarn>-!.! i 1.0»»t.i»O 12 Qu3r. M. | 3<W —
Oi-rrann-AmiT. .. 7r^».00« 1 BF.A A. I 1i..: —
Oerman Each I 2"i>.ih:i>; 12 J. AJ. ! 335 — .
Cermnnla I •:<*>.>■>'■<•■< MM. AX- W) -
Green wtcb ' 50o««i0 6M. £ N. 170 -
UamUton ' 2W».w») «J.a J. ! l«0 173
HanoTer icioM*"^ I<> J. AJ. ; ";•> 71*
HIiV & Irf-.uh.rr.. 300.W«>| [ !""> —
Importvn .v Tm.i LSMMWI 20 J. A J. «"•» —
lr\in« j »n>.ii.«>; SJ.A J. I S» — •-•«
I-eathT M.inuf...! «••••»»>; 10 J. AJ. 2.V> —
Liberty i stXM«>oi ] ft«> —
.Irff.-r«nn ! 17'> —
LJocoln 3i»».w«> IHQtmr. F. *«> -
Manhattan c> I £uSO«Mi Itt F. A A. X?* —
Market A hMlt^n. <»«ii.i»!«> 1.. .r. A .1. ; :."•<> 175
Mftmp. ll« SO.ihK' 12 J. A I\ ' «»» — "":
Mechantcs' ' 2.»h"'.«»". > ■'- AJ- Ss . j — . v
Mechanh-s a Tr.. 4«0...n W* —
M. -„■•■ 1.«0u..«t»| « .'. *J- ' - ■"• 3"
Merchants' ! 2.m>«>.m.o 7.1. AJ- ! I*' -
Mercbants' EKk. wmflOO, «J.A J. ' IS) 1*»
Mount Morris I 2.^».tX'<> ' 1» ~
Mtimal ' 2>»'.i*" 1 i I**
Nassau I 500.000 SM.A N. K rt ~
Ncw-Amster Nat. 1 SO.rtM «> Quar. ,T. I.4i«> ■ —
NYS f! A : iOOO.OOrt! 10 J. AJ- ! .340
N V County 2"".'* l" "0* J- &J. 11.300 —
S T Nat Kxrh . . 500.000 ' -\0 I
Nineteenth Ward. SHMWrt] KJ> "
North Amen.. 1... t l.i>oo.t>.»> *J.A J. £» -
Oriental Sno.mio ia j. aJ. ! 173 1"
ParlOc ' 4-.'2.7i«> S Quar. F. i 2!<> —
Virk ..' 2,'""'."*" 1 15. J. A3. W ""
Pcopte ; »*~. 2naooo| 10 j. a J. ; ~f)
i .... ' i.*« ; J« .z
Produce Exch....' I.ort».«Wi>i « A. AO.I JO »
Riverni.!- ' HxMtOO *3- A .1. | --»
Seaboard ' st'o«>»>. «J.A J. *•*'
Sevrnth ..■'.■.■.:■.'..■ 23-0..V. ! 115 »
shri^her::!i.^:::" ;i 4UA g «
.... i 0011 «■ S
s-r fNY |£SK2 »"^ •-> _
Twelfth \Vanl....' 20<>.t»K> rt J. AJ. I IJ'» . _
Twenty thirl Wd I"'.'*"'' » »*• *A- j JJ| _
Union Amu*.-..: »*MHs> «J.A P. »« | _
Varick ' H»»t«'O — .-.-; . _
Washington ; loo.'» 1" ■ -'" I m
Western ' iloHool> — %* , z
We.t Side I 2 ■•».•»»> 12 J. &J- ?*
Yorkville I IW»> — ' -_ !
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported la Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall-st) __
Name. I Capital. :^S*:.i| "* ! AlkA
I payable. '
Atlantic ......... |$l..W.ofli>} « Q""'- M - J 5 5? u»
Am«-r Surety Co.. 2.:—'.<"»' S Quar. J. I' 3 _
lid .v MtirCrCo. 1 oort.rtt»l 10 Quar. J. I :.' -
Bowline Oreen...' 2M>.i«<», — . . '.., j -
Brooklyn ...... ! l.w»>.»»^ lrt Q«ar. J *^ I _
Central l.0OO.«irt» «o Quar J. ' >_l 1 Mt
On RBdA TCo I.oW>.oiX>| ■ ' ,^ !4»
City l.(M>.(.»>' — — ; *!* j -
Continental .>•'.""> h Quar. J. . *„ i 3S»
colonial I 1..»«>..^» I" J- * J- ! . i3B»
Farmers' 1* & Tr! I.HOO.OCW 4. • Quar. F. ;I.*>" ?«•
Fifth A\e Tr Co. l.««»«.'"«' 3» »" ■ J - j ,-" 1 «•
FUtbush ... I 1 , iii> I —
Franklin 1.000.000' 12 Quar. J. ( J| | -
tier-Am Real Km 5t»».«»*l ■ j _.» •— ?i*
Guaranty Tr Co..[ 2,000.0.M> 1« Quar. J. Ig» -3
Hamilton I 800.0001 8 Qnar. F. »" I -
Kin s County....' 500.000 10 Quar. F. *» _.
Knickerbocker ... 1.000.0 M 7 J AJ. '■» —
1-iwyers- Surety. BOn.oool 3J. A J j *? 311 >
Lawyers' T A Ins l.«V«>00Oj 6F. A A. . Z* ; 98
Lawyers' 1! I Co. i.ogo.ono -JAP rr^ : 2*
Lnnu ML A T. . l.»mo.o«> 10 Quar. J. -^ —
Manhattan 1.000.000 rt J. AJ. *T 31*
Manufacturers- . . I 500.000 10 Quar. J - f«. j|S
Mutual ! 3....-1' — | 073 I -
Mercantile I 2000.0001 20 Quar. J. I »£ '„](•
Morton j 2 um.hoo, '-'^ —
Merchants' ; 500.000 — — 'iSb ' —
Metrop.'lltan .... 1.000.0H0 1» J. A J ; _ | 148
Naf l Surety Co.. 3t»U«» 1" F - *A - • -n ■2»
North Am Tr Co. 2.«*».«*0 7J.* -' -,0, 0 -
Nassau 88a.«88 t. F. AA. 'S i.32
NYL In « Tr.. 1.000.000 4«» J. AP. ',43 »•
N T Realty C 0 . .. I a»»>.»W 1«» Jan. ..» —
X V Security ft T l.lWtt.l*" 20 Q««r- J. «•£• ' - .
People-s 1.000.000 12 Mthly J. *£ —
Iteal EMate T Col >»>'»»' *J - ■* V i^s —
Standard T. 1 l.0W.«» >; J. A', -,-. —
Title Or ft Tr Co. I i 300.»» 12 Quar ,3, 3 J7» sf
Trust Co of Am.. 2.500.0.10 .J. * -»■ , w !.«_•
IT •Xft TCo . I 1 12 •'• * J . _!
lnlte.l States _*•[*» *> J- **■ 'S ! 4»
\V.,htn«ton >.>".-.' I ( '|*J S0 !«•
GAS COMPANIES.
(Furnishul by William E. Nlchote 4 Co.. * iiim
Bid. Asked, j itco.MlVi **•
•NT* East R , I Stan OS_ si •»• — „
l.TiuM4.??l» »«HU>n i: G" $ .t^
do S.. 10SH lltS'EquU Con 33 • .»» «»
•Nor U Ist 65..1CK1«, 108 I «_.&-•■•- ■
Stand Gas 130 133 «N Am Co W-
do pret • 130 13i I
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•And lntcrcsU

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