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— PsCEI- 1 -* N EOI S «AS COMPANIES;
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" I Int. period. | Bid. | Asked.
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'Vi^ico'istfi' "in» '.'.'. J. -J. 49 52
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'£&~aZ'iitui r 1W37. J. &J. t.4", •II
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Agrf Milwaukee 8p c. J. AJ. us B g
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"^ ■•erect
FERRY COMPANIES.
TtS^i by ■Wiliism E. Nlch^la i Co., No. ].', Wa',l at .
I ~~~~~ ! Int. period. | Hid. | Asked.
■ Hsir F«"T "Mf* 1» I 21
■ SSs Peny It _v M «■ N. 10;. uo>,
■ J'r » £ It Kerry •"•-. mock. . Q. M 684
■ J^* rt irtc - r .s 1H22 MA- X. ' Iff I M
- ■ * 1> !-.
■ i&lglSFlstipCSK.iaiS J. *J. 105 ' MS
■ SsTr<rsrv&HMock.. j.-q. 42 ; 42 2
1 ffitart-tnuiiK »««. .' &j. i lor.'jj 107
I GUARANTEED STOCKS.
I rwitio-* furnished by Joseph Wa'.ker & Sons. So. 83
I " ' Va!l-st.)
■ • Bid. AFked.
iMtiv * c ' ; ' c ! l > I^ela -
i«* & Hadwml 1-33 —
■ i. M -j Ie Onari' tte Air Line 6p. c. (Ktd. by
1 kotthernj Mi —
I «■«•« * AOmar 6 P. C (p'.d. by N. V C. &
I H*i»™ RU * rl -•'>" —
I i-L • r. 4.- X. V. Air Uine pr. 4 p. c. (etd. by
■ Tt, y. H. & H-J 10S —
I j^ici fc Lewrell h P <". «std. by Bt->to.i &
■ yliiEfl 240 —
I ■an ft Pro%l<Jence 10 p. c. '«:■! l.y N. T .
■ 51 i H.I Ma —
I jx-iCre^k 4 n. c. igtd. by N. Y. C. &
I H»*™ Hiv.-r» .... MM 110
I h»m R- f; - '"^ 5 r c. pf. stock <gtd.
D trftiUdolphia * P.eadins) 113 —
B tfii^i i- Buwiuebanna :• p. c. <jrtd. by Del-
H gre*. lißduwanna 4b TV.' "'.'■ —
[I Cpv«l»nii A: Pitteburs 7 p. c. .gM. by !■••:.-.
II sjlvam.l im\ ir* ; 3
faMcticut River 10 p. r. (pid. by Hoston .-.
Viioe) ...... 2*4 —
CKJfcticut i- Pasaompsle River 8 p. c. (Kid.
taV*tea A ly.v.olit . 160 —
Cciumbus &• Xftiia b p. c. (gtd. by I'ennsyl
vtsui Mi 223
•'jrcord & Montreal 7 p. c. <g;d. by Boston
4 Mainfi IBft% —
:■>: * Bound Brnok - p. c. itrtd. by Thila
df!rhia & l!>:.'!il!SI 209* 213
Vc'uU. Hilisdale .v Southwestern 4 p. c.
ipi. l\v I>. S. & Siicliißan Southern) . ... 107
Erie *■ Pi:tp. : p. c. <gtd. by Pennsylvania).. IBS —
ri:chburg 5 p. c. >k'.A. by Itoston &. Maine).". 144 —
Ton Wayne A Jackson 5' 2 p. c. igtd. by
Uie Sphere & Mlohisan Southern) 1&0 16314
Ci R. H. & i; rt nk:niE Co. 11 p. C. <i?td. by
Atiar.Uc Coast Line) Z3S — •
Lirnif iViural leased I^ine • p. c. <gtd. by
lllinoig Central) 10."'* —
Witt * il.ir. 7 p. c. ißtd. by Chi'-. & Alton". 1 '.<:. —
lake Shore Et.i. ctock K» p. c. igtd. by l>ake
Fhore \- Mk-hican Scuthem) 335 MS
U:tl« Miami j>. c. <Ktd. by Pennsylvania i. -- 's —
iiVM Bcnuylkjll Navigation K. R. A.- Coal
Co. si. r. < s td. by Phtla. & Itf-adinct . US —
*:n# BUI ft Bcfaaylkfll Haven 0 p. c. istd. by
Piiladeljliia & U«-a Jinr J25 —
Horri? & Emex 7 p. c. (Ktd. by t>.. U & W.I. l'Jl 1974
X. Y. i- Haifrn 14 p. c com. and pf. <gtd.
tj N. V. C. A- H. B. It.) 410 415
I Knr-Torlc, Larkawanna & Western a. p. c. i:u 1»74
.?td.
■ K.i 4." *::■>
Xn- V
.ptd. l<y D.. L. & W.i .} ... IST —
KtugaTuck 10 p. c. (gtd. by N. ».'.. X. H.
a Hi 2HS —
Sermrn ft Worcester pf. 8 p. c. (gtd. by
S. V . N. H. & H.) 228
Kffth IVrnFylvania 8 p. c. (gtd. by Pnllac'.e:-
Phla & Keadiiißi Sit 2^2
Cid CMony 7 p. c. igtd. by New-York. New-
H«\>n & Hartford I *. sot 210 : »
Ofwgo & Fyrac.i«e '.4 p. c. <gtd. by UMaware.
Lackawanna & .'. eaten --•• —
»Vo:i.i i Bureau Valley X p. c. <gtd hy <;hi
raßfi. Hock Island & Pacifir) . 210 —
rrtMmrjr. Fort Wayne & Chicago 7 p. c.
'ctd: by PenneylvanU • 193 :>."
rsttebnrf;. MrKee-po-1 & T"UChi< yheny « p. c
ictd. jointly by !'!tt«burs ,v Lake frie anJ
I-ake Shore & Jlicliigan >'outhernt . . .143 150
Providence & Worcester 10 p. c. (gt<3. by N.
V.. V. U. & H.) 2D3 SiJl
Rf-i.pseJaer &■ Saratosa •> p. c. (gtd. toy Dela
i «are ft Hudson) 213 21C';.
B^m.'. IVatertunn A OpdPcsliaic 5 p. c. igtd.
byX.Y.C*U B.B.) ing _
l»ia;ie^. A- S. hen.-rtady 7 r.. c. (ptd. by i>e!a
»m> & Hudson) " 170 —
lon-.li-.vrFt ..f Oorgia 5 p. c. ffctd. by Central
ef Georgia) 115's —
tstted N. I. R. R. * Can-> 1 Co. 10 p. c. <i?td.
h> P. nnsylvana) 2S"J 3BSH
tti'-a. Chenanco & Susqu»hanr.a Valley 6 p C
(pd by nelawarf, Latk. & Western) , lr.S —
ltie» A- Black liivor 7 p. r. (gtd. by Rome.
Watertmrn * . »cd»asburs> ISC .—. —
Faßey <f Wn- Y..rk .", p. c . le~.d. by l>e!a
w»r», Ijrkansnra & We»terr,) 1.124 —
FsL-en <X. i.) 7 p. c. (sta. by L».. !>. & \V.>. 104 —
BOSTON STOCKS.
<Fur.-.:fh*4 by P.. 1.. Day i Co.. No. 3 Na«sau- S t.)
Jan. S. Jan. 4. j Jan. S. Jan 4.
IT «• m F <-orr>. hOS M)^ ! AtJantlr 27 2S
*> pref.". i«2T« i'« :<- a i « n»<u io r.-n
Aa Tel & TeL.ua 1C.2 ■•■ •• r.nial 13 13' i
Vf 8Ca«0m.1174 11T>,, Franklin — 13
■st ft Albany. .2G3'i 2C2S!Osceola si' 4 til
J»t *M" <v,m.1«l 1".«1 Quincy 135 135
™*" ! R3 l-f.H4 144=%' Tamarack -'•" -'-I
J< El« •■^•m..^l 271« -Wolverines 60U •' ■»
■ttican Cent... -'• « -- IBonton El«v 1(« * I<J7
Wflatonj 2lu 210 [Arcadian 4 4
; f Rohher <■• m — 13 : andotte *» \
■t!..s I'ac .y.in.K'JS !'C-- 4 ; Allouez 3 3
F *« Ei;i f m.. '.»4 '.«4' 4 ; D,, minion i'.,a1... 8.1 .':, ,
» P»f 113 llS^jEria Tel 19 • i .t
Kifc •'.*> ■ farrot 2!* 20
*" P'rf - KCa;.» ;xja!>s Eleo M ■'.:,\
)!*» 4- I*'-' 1"2 drj pref Vi U2\
9 I*jm Mng.. 2.",% 24
'Mtd.
CHICAGO STOCKS'.
(Turr.isr.rd by Tracy & Co.. No. 40 Wall )
I Open. i High, i Low. |Close.
p**toChy!iy ! IKT I IST ' ■-7 I ■-T
j'teooa Match i JP.J* \?M : 1 ::f> ' 1 r.'rf
rffiaj i it-., us, ii ii
x *> *** '■ !"-•-. ins H.r, iai
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r"^L *' M ' n '"mmon ■• I'". li",: it. in,
>™pt! coiTim-n lit 'jfii,, 2(. 21",
,*"'• I. !«-b 45.... '.f,\ »*«■.•■. j^v-. fWW,,
"**" ; ;Un i-ommon <■<',' 43'« *:>.\ 4.T- 4
J'rr»-ferr«d H2', B2^| K2', fWi
Jl" ' MMVi I' 1 ' 1 -. JOI l a 101 1,
r UUn: \ !><> > 77.7 \GB BT(H 'KS
.in»'r g quotations on thf Colorado Springs Mln
"? Eitick ttan*e, by the Counselman & Day
«Mt wire from William iv Bonbright & Co., of
■=-cra<lo Bprtnirs;
«4ai, Hid. Afke.) ' Ulfl. Asked.
t£*V, ■. '- T « i:< T vl'xlnß«on r.S «
i^J",/ • sV»]Moon An.hor IP, —
•- rinna^le T 7^ 4
r,- . Mi) Portland . 27.'. sm
jjJJ'Bm-Jijn . «*, — (Vindicator IS 12.V,
SJ^.''' 1 ■ =«'* - 'Work BU til,
<wT.V- T^ '■' -"-»■- 12*. 14
lirSL r J* Con n 31'«i»attl* Mountain. I.V. Hi
T%i*. r " n IWi JlK^Oold Pmereicn..; 4S _
• >< rr ..11 -
'"^ :::::::: w' sii rr * ppOOM 2 ' i -*
rniLADELPBIA STOCKS.
***••<> | } . !■• Hay« & Tiiimiiil. No. 40 Wall-«».)
*«», „ BM. Y Aak*4.J Rl<s. A*ki-d.
'j*!"-'" 4* •«•* North P«no. . .. lf*S, —
*• ■ iJLf 1 " Qr ' m - —"■» - ; :i'h»a «.'- •:. ; 4.;
Wr 1 ; »«. «7 Pena R !• Co 7r.s T.'.'j
[fitM;- W4 2% Prttn Kt^i :•>.. ♦• 41
C, C »tM. »- _ j da -, r -f go M
*> »«.f ■ • 7: "- "4" 4 IVnn X! V.-h Co.. «; 1
-tT^f v,- f ' 4V » M ; d ' 1 I""* f . .2 2«,
: "«*».i i£ I*• C " •".- i Ptltl* Xl- IV.. . 4-n +»«
"^- "■* l T .'Phll* Traction. f.7«. J>*
J*S«C«.«O <tt IPhlla * Erk> ... 47 . 474
**sr, «° O "• Cm Tr On. 22^ 22"-,
S"Cor»v- .• <>!|> «Ul Fun Iron « .-'".-!. i\ \il
■*k»fc v A - " 4 *» " A (Tidewater Ptee!.. »;i 4 c,'..
©£*•«•• 77 7S . r Coa of X J...250 —
I^^VJ*l R R STi^ 37*iirnlon Tr«<-tl..n . 82% .T." a
W'.:' 4 '-> 4%'T* "«• Imp C0...1U 11«
I vT2.> ■ r * \\ W<-!iiharh C 0..... » 30
iVhJ^'.,. 2*j WI U ■■: IC. % %
■ F^V- •;:■■■; s bonds.
m 5»m 5» 32% 33 I'NVwirk 11« .'.» lift —
'v». "• I " 1 ' •>•<"<: I'eople 1 * Trac 4».1W7 107';
10B * 110 : ''nion TVa. M. l"- 1 * V«H
-rf«t.
TRADE fX CHICAGO
1 •**_•« .
I**,.** 0 ' ' an - « (Special).— wan a great
1%. / jf* 8 * to-day, unusually heavy for a Batui
! = t Jr Ver>bo ' J >' -n<d to participate In it; but
iWkir* *'*" '"' by thoee i " '-" sty which of lain
'"•Veo* **■'"'■'« wh#>at. The market closed ';•<•
B^ r *** r Fri/ Jj.y, and to-nfßht'h prices are -Vie
Wv «*n»t' 1 law w«*k"a. May opened at MV . sold
r*»^. B**-'-''B **-'-'' "■-■,,■ and closed at B»4: July closed
*4 tVi, t Cal)l ' >8 w " r " fractionally ea-'ifr, reflating
■*^*k« '*** 1 '* * " n FrMiiy. Th<ll movement
a\ ,7 w *« moderate, 295 car* In the North-
S-/ Un£t ■• l««t yrar; £24.000 huahela at
?- »t«to 011 "*' ■***"« m.OOO buahela la«t year.
| yji. i y <*<>? report* were rather more favor
a l« than expected; moisture needed, but the con
• ion of wheat generally favorable. There was
mild weather everywhere West, but very little
moisture anywhere. No mow or rain was prom
""''• Liverpool predicted world's shipments on
.Monday about T(K>.OOO bushels. It was figured the
visible would In reuse about 1.000.000 bushels. There
was a sale of >„.., bushels red winter here at 4c
over Ma The winter wheat premiums wero a
bull f.-ai-ir.'. and the small movement In the South
west anu the increasing talk of feeding and the
persistent claim of difficulty in obtaining winter
wheat even In th< Southwest. The news factors,
however, were not the potent ones to-day; the big
trade overshadowed everything;. Clearances were
*'].00il bushels.
Small offerings of corn from the West and some
Increase in the demand from the Kant made it easy
to .advance prices to-day. Futures closed 'j'aV
over Friday and about l>s,c over last Saturday.
May opened at 670, sold between 67e and 67'/ac and
closed at 67V4c sellers. July closed at 66 a *c. There
were only 130 cars here; the estimate for Monday
was only 135. Shipping sales were 90,000 bushels.
Liverpool prices wero up slightly, and Liverpool
reported the Danubian corn arriving in poor condi
tion. Patten is tho active bull factor In corn now.
Argentina cables renewed complaints of drouth.
Kansas City and Peorla reported no corn whatever
bought on postal card bids.
The oats Influences were similar to those In corn.
a drying up of the Western offerings and pome
Increase In the demand. Futures ciosed '-s'n'ic
over Friday, the May K%C sellers and tho July 40c.
There were only 79 cars; the estimate for Monday,
115 cars. Cash oats were up more than the futures.
Shipping sales were 25,000 bushels.
Plaxseed was Sc higher, the cash $1 6O@JI 6T>. and
the May $1 66. There were 77 cars at the three
points, against S3 last year.
Provisions were firm, with outsiders buyers. There
was no pressure of ofTVrines. The list dosed -Vn
7'« c over Friday, January lard the only exception.
It increased Us discount under May and closed at a
Flight decline from Friday. There were only 24.000
hogs here, and prices were stead; ; 51.000 hogs West.
against 62.000 last year; the world's stock of lard.
194,000 tierces. Increased .V>,onO tierces for December,
compared with r7. iV " Increase last year.
.financial
INVESTMENTS.
CHICAGO £ ALTON R. R. CO.
it <-fu ml in 4>o!tl Sa.
CHIC, MIL * ST. n PAUL d RY. Co.
chic, boblTooincTr/r. Co.
Hannibal A St. .Joseph Con*. (Vow PI rat) <.a
CENTRAL R. R. OF NEW JERSEY
DENVER & Rlo'gßANOe'r.l CO.
I'lrx (linn. (Xoiv I inn <.ol ( | 4Ha.
CHIC, INDIANAP. I LOUISV. RY. CO.
Refunding Gold Tin.
RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILWAY CO.
4'irnt 'I niNt Cold in.
WABASH R. R. CO.
*■■ • •.11.1 '...!. 1 r>M.
i:<iul|)lll<-lit Sinking: Fund Gold .">■>.
CHICAGO & ALTON RY. CO.
First Lien Gold .T:».
UNION PACIFIC R R. CO.
I lull A Northern (on*. Flr«t Tin.
SAVANNAH, FLOR. § WESTERN RY. CO.
Silver >priii <>. O.nla A t.ulf Firnt Gold 4*.
MICHIGAN TRACTION CO.
First <MiiUiii«r Fund Gold .">■■
Peoples Gas Light I Coke Co. (Chicago.)
( <>iiMiimer«° Gnu I'irnt Gold .*••>.
CHIC, ST. P., MINN. I OMAHA RY. CO.
AMERICAN EXGhT'nAL BANK' STOCK.
Circular pontalntnic price* ami il.-mil. ,1 In
furnintlun farnixhod on request,
TRACY & CO.,
♦0 \VAUI> BTRBET, NEW YORK.
Northern Pacific Railway Co.
Notice that Preferred Stock has been
Retired.
To Ihf Hoia«-r>» f.»f rrrllflfiited for P'rfferrrd
stuck of the \<>rlli«-rii l'ut-i«l<- Railway
' ■ in |i:i ii > .
N t , • • ■ • ' t pawn
. N v I.* 1!i"! <•.>■ m] .irv

: January 1902. Each .-.n<l every
te for pnefen • .
ite at tl "" • • • rt hern pacific
Railway (pjmpany, 4!t vv.-dl Btn Cltj of New
dk nt Id caata r 't tbe par amount >>f
ate.
N i i. tlder ■' an; - preferred atock tm* ha.
or hereafter will have anj :.k ■ h Mer r.or any
« ia!rn i.p . BSI , •
■ . ■ lated.
BY ORDER OF THR DIRHCTORS.
GEOROB H EARU Bewetai .
Northern Pacific Railway Co.
Notice to Holders of 4",, Convertible
Certificates.
January 2. 1902.
\, •. . .. Is hereby i- ■ -r. to all hoicjerp of Four Percent
Convertible < Vrtifl.-at* at Ihe NORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY. dated November 15, 1901. and Is
ni<-'i under and j" rH u a rit to the resolutions of the Board
of Directors of this company adopted November 13, 1901,
that the Railway Company has elected to require and
hereby does roqulre the bolder of every such certificate
tc convert the tame into Common Sunk of the Northern
ndfc Railway Company at the rate of one share of h<h»
for each 1100 of tlie unpaid principal of the certificate,
and upon presentation and surr<-ndrr of such c«-rtln>-ate
at th« office of this Company, 4U Wall Street, In the City
of N«-w fork. th» hoMer will tie entitled (o receive there
for Common Ft->ck of the Railway Company at the rat"
aforesaid. No inteiest will accrue or be payable upon or
In recpeit <f any attcii certificate from and after the first
day of January. ii<"^.
By Order of the Directors,
NORTHERN' PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Il> OWIKI. S. I, \MO\T.
ITlee l'renlil«-nt.
Attest: UEO. H- EAKL. Secrrtajy.
! Albert Loeb, Louis M. Josephthal,
Mem. N. Y. Stock Inch. Mem. N. Y. Stock Inch.
Louis r. Rothschild.
TELEPHONE 8306 BROAD.
Albert Loeb & Co.,
:t_! broad WAV; sew ionic
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
BRANCH OFFICE:
ALFRED B. FARNSWORTH, Manager.
.'. a 7 Hunt 42d M. (Trim-it Itullilinm-
Telephone MMMI .'.Slh Street.
JACOB BERRY & CO.
upukprK' J<*unHo!ldnf«>«i Stock Exchange.
MEUISEK.S: ,Ny Ffoduc , Kx.lmriK*.
44-46 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
lIARTPOKD OFFICE, HUL.UI BUC., 47 MAIN" ST.
ESTABLISHED 1865.
STOCKS-BONDS-GRAIN-COTTON.
Transact funeral brokerage bii!iln»!!» In lots of all
quantitl*--. lusue iipon request "A OUUPSK AT WAI.I.
HTItBKT AM» ITS MARKETS, ami oth«r data of ln<« -
«•>:. Information • •!. financial subjects gludly furnlsbed
••Information is the k-y to *-«ceaa a Wall Street "
THE DAILY FORECASTER.
Tens*: $3 Wv-kljr; *10 Monthly.
"f prill" <in~ulr- for particular*! $35 Monthly
5O llr<>n<t\v>i > , >••« York.
O/2 U» O-O jimid.l.lfi.,l p»«ing Mocki m
■ |ie<-l»lfv. Hlgheit Hank rrf«rrn«rt. S-ncl
fur 11*1. BOBT. H. a 1 IIAUUH.%, Sookut, ttaah.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY, JANUARY 5. 1002.
Park Row Realty Company
$2,500,000
First Mortgage Four Per Cent.Twenty=Year Gold Bonds
DATED MAY I, 1899. PRINCIPAL PAYABLE MAY I, 1919,
In Gold Coin of the United States of America of the present standard
of weight and fineness.
IJlnitcfc States flDortcjacjc anfc> {Trust Company
TRUSTEE.
Interest payable on May Ist and November Ist, at the Office of the United States
Mortgage and Trust Company.
The Bonds are for $1,000 each, in coupon form, with privilege of registration as to
principal.
These bonds are secured by a First Mortgage upon the lands and the build
ing, with all improvements and fixed equipments, the property of the PARK
ROW REALTY COMPANY, located at Nos. 13, 15. IT. 19 and 21 Park Row
and No. 13 Ann Street, in the City of New York, covering 14.874 y_ square feet.
The building, known as the "PARK ROW BUILDING," was built at a
cost, including land, of over $4,000,000. it is absolutely fireproof, being built
throughout of the finest wrought Bessemer steel, thoroughly tested, both physi
cally and chemically, by experienced engineers.
Besides the issue of First Mortgage Bonds, as stated above, the Company
has made issue and placed with interests prominently identified with it $1,000,000
Second Mortgage Bonds. The lien of these bonds, being subsidiary to the First
Mortgage, constitutes a further protection to the holders of the First Mortgage
Bonds.
Bonds of this character, based on a First Mortgage on real estate, offer
special advantages to corporations, trustees, guardians and private investors,
who wish the safety of an investment of this nature without the trouble arising
from tax bills, delay in payment of interest, and expense of foreclosure in case of
default, incident to ordinary small bond and mortgage security.
W> subjoin ropy of a >tt»r from th*» Turk Row Realty Company, giving- particulars respecting rentals,
operating expenses, tuxes, .in'! Income of the property.
NEW YORK. January 2. itHfJ
Messrs. August B*lmr>nt A Co.:
GENTLEMEN— In reply to your Inquiry ronrernini; the rental*, operating expanses and taxes of the "Park Row
Building." »• be* to pubmlt the following itatemenl made up fnm our books as of this date:
The gross R\eran<» rentals of the building, taking into consideration •listing leases which run at In
creasing figures, i?, $.:i> - .
Revenue from privileges 1,310
$;(!>-.
Operating expenses, Inrludlng renewnls, r'pairs. and adi itlons tr> plant; also »alarle« and agent's
commission _ _. _.. aai.XM
All taxes. Including water rates •. _... 57,477
InMiranc* 2..VW
. . 141.Z13
$17«.775
Interest on $2.r.nn.000 First Mortgage nt 4 •■• ' rent • $lnO.(Vx>
Interest on $' -- 000 Second Mortgage at 4 per cent 40.000
140.00*
Surplus In excess of all expel ■ and interest charge on First and Second Mortgage Ponds $3<VTTS
• • • • •
Yours respectfully,
PAIUC ROW REALTY COMPANT.
A fletailod circular, rontaining fuil particulars, with letters from counsel, the architect, and agents of the
building, nlso plea of the mortgage, and any other Information, may be obtained at cur office.
APPLICATION WILL BE HADE TO LIST THESE HOMJS OX TUB m:\\ VIIIIK STOCK
EXCHANGE.
WE OFFER THESE BONDS AT THE PRICE OF 102J4 AND ACCRUED INTEREST,
AND RECOMMEND TMEn AS AN INVESTJIENT OH UNDOUBTED CHARACTER.
Applications must be accompanied by check for 10 per cent, of subscription, and
balance will be payable within ten days after acceptance of same, or full payment may
be made at once, if desired, against prompt delivery of bonds.
Subscription books will be opened on Monday, January 13th, at our office, at 10
o'clock A. M., and close at 3 o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, January Hth, or earlier.
August Beimont & Co.,
23 Nassau Street, New York.
January -. IW>2.
FORWARD REDUCTION COMPANY,
27 William Street, New York. Beaumont, Texas.
Capi a stock— ss,ooo,ooo.
Amount still in Treasury— s2,ooo,ooo.
IT HAS
1. Erjou^h land within '!•» proved district on Splndletop !Ilil to ln«oir»« It all the oil It ran use In Its finery
or n<-\\ for fuel as lanK as Spit.: lasts.
_■■..■■ letter ar»a of »elected oil lands outfMe of Splndletop than any other company operatlna
either In Texas or Louisiana. This Insures It a full supply of oil as long a» any can i* found either In
Texas i i" Ix>ulslana.
:t. It Is ronßtructin(r the nnfi pum[j|ii(r station nnd buildina; the largest pipe n * In the United States.
4. Its elKht miles «.f recently purchased water frunt on S;iblne Lake and .- : Ine Pa?s live It unrivalled fh!p
ping Facilities.
.'•. it ha* the only reflnlnir proceea which ran reduce and re pa i '* Into their valuable component parti the
heavy Crude <'i'« of Texas, t»ul«lana. and California.
li. In it» position In the nnw oil flells it !s unique and p-erles*.
A limited amount of the treasury stock is for
sale on special terms. Send for Prospectus,
FORWARD REDUCTION COMPANY, 27 William St., New York.
MTRA H. MARTIN. Asst Bec"y. CIIAUNCET ■ FORWARD. rresMent.
CAREFULLY READ THIS.
TO INVESTORS Will beam the oraanlaatlon of 'i
pominnv with a .apltal of Two Hundred an.l Fifty Thou
»and Dollar* of Twenty-five Thousand aharea at the par
value of Ten !>'>llars |.«r *hare. for the purpose of lecur
in X thousands of BQuare miles of country, rich In ROld,
tit. i-ojiper Hlver. rubber and hardwood forests, also In
rnttim. BUicar. rice and coffee produdnis lands. Have marie
an ezhauatlve itudy of the proportion and know its weak
.-,s well as Its strong points. So hotter opportunity for
enormous returns on *niall Investments ex •■■ I "-■'•■ -
It^lf to any one. Within two year, capital from all part*
of the civilized world will be s«-fklnK Inveatment in the
section where «•• -hall secure our concessions. Five thou -
Hand .hares will be fold «' One Hollar per chare for or
ganization purposes the !.alan.-e at p«r. sub <om ,a 1-^
controlled by this parent company will construct ele.trh.
I!,",, (water power everywhere, open %_£?»_*__?_»;
fanure lumber, colonize and exploit the rubber foreet. Our
rnni-e«Hinn« will be worth man; millions within '«•• year.
without ilevelot-ln* No lax on Import* or exports, nor on
mdu«rle. rorTwVnt, five year.. I will sal. with expedi
tion of civil enKln'Tß mlniiiK experts and tlmhei cruiser*
•IrLnlore and aurvejr conceaalon» within thlrtv Hay;.. If
ne.-e«4rv .an Xl <• be«t of reference, as to reliability and
Tribune Uptown Office, ' ->- Broadway.
5001099 Uankg.
Sicgcl, Cooper dc Co.
Private bankers,
6th Jive.. JSth <£ /9th Sts.
[ „,i( . r , ,i at the rate of row Per Cent. per annum
credited to depositors on January =d. MM. for th«
three four. five, and «1« months ending December
Mat. 1901. on deposits from *5 to *3,o<*). Deposits
made before the lOth day of any month draw In
terest fur full month.
Jtil deposits payable on demand
without notice.
Jtours 9 Jf. 9//. to 5. 30 P. 9//.
NORTH RIVER SAYINGS BANK,
720? SKmV- ISSCSL ui%'l»KM i)
The Hoard of Truateea have directed that Interest be
credited dri.oßliura on December 31«t. IWJI. at the rate of
THREE AND ONE-HALF I'KK CENT, per annum on
* U ">eiw«lf»'n?ade*on°ur' before January 10th will draw in
terest from January lgI sA M r,,i. D WVYI^ PreM<lent .
ALEXANDER C. MILNE. Treasurer.
IRVING II SHAW, secretary.
THE AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK .
fiOl Fifth Avenue-. eor.~4Sd Street.
Interest at the rate of THHEK AND ONE-HALF PER
CENT. JB%TV) P' annum will he credited depositors for
threw and all month* ending- December 31, IJWI. on all
puma from *." to fmo. payable January 20. MM Bank
open firm 8 A. M. to i P. M.. «nd on Monday ev»nln«s
from « to » o'cloi-k. iifleei 12 M. on Saturday. Mnn*y
deposited or. or bef»r« JANfART lOTH will draw lnt*r»«t
from JANUARY l.=» x
ED"'*RP V. I/>EVI-. Pre»l«l.nt.
CL>RE^CE GOADBY, Treasurer. .
WM. IRWtN. Secretary.
financial.
ENNIS & STOPPANI.
M.,..her, 1;..'., E... |8U
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
.IS Broad St.. X. V. (Tel. .">•;<> Broad.)
Snlirit orders, pt-rrhase or pal**, cash or marjjln.
STOCKS, WHEAT. COTTON.
A dflilv market letter. Klvinß outline nf n:ark.>t^>. quota
tion!, fr«-r; also monthly table with pi I ea, December.
BRANCH OFFICES:
\STOII KIIHT, 20 \v. :itth St.. x. y.
(Adjoining "WA_DORF ASTORIA I
•Z'Z A 24 COURT ST.. Harneld Bulldlnc. Brooklyn.
THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
606 and 6SB Kiehth Av-.. corner 4L'd St.
fSIGHTY>THIRD
s^:>u-.v^^^Al. DMIIIIM).
On and after January &>th, 1002. interest at the rate of
THREE AND ONE HALF p<r cent, per annum will be
pall to the depositors entitled thereto on all minis of $.'> to
i.I.(KK». Money deposited on or before the 10th of January
will draw Interest from the Ist Hank open dally from
10 A. M. to .1 i' M. and Monday from C to 8 !'. M.. holi
days excepted. Closes at I- M. on Saturday.
A. TURNER, I'renldent.
\VM. <:. <'ONHI.I\. Secretary-.
CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK. "
M and 5S BOWERY. COR. CANAL ST.
Kilt si:mi-a>m:al iii\idi;mi.
The Trustees hove ordered that intorest at the rate of
THREE AND ONE-HALF (3l») PER CENT, per annum
be paid to depositors on nnd after January 1:0 th on ail
sums of as and up to #:(.«HM> which have remained on
deposit for the three or six months ending: December
111, HMtl. In accordance with the by-laws and rules of
the bank. Money deposited on or before January loth
wl'.l draw Interest from .liuiiutry Int.
HENRY -HASLEIt. President.
CHARLES W. HELD. Secretary.
HENRY SAYLKR, Assistant Secretary.
financial elections.
/NilE MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK, 191
Broadway. New York. December 12th. 1901. The an
nual election for L>lrec:o» of this Hunk will be held at
the banking House on Tuesday, January 14th. 1802. be
tween the hours cf 1- ii- and 1 P. M.
JAMES V. LOTT, Cashier.
LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK,
13-43 Kast Forty Second Street.
New York, December 30th, 1001
rPHE Annual Meeting of ill" Sbareholders of
thU bank for th« election of directors for the en
suing year will ho held at the banking house on Tuesday
1 January 14th. 1002, between the hours of 13 m. and I p. m'
IT. T. CORNELL. Cashier.
' THE SEABOARD NATIONAL RANK OF" THE CITY
OF NEW-YORK.
New York. December 11. IPOI.
THK ANNUAL MEETING for the etcctkw of
Directors of this Rank will >>♦ held at the Banking ■
rooms. No. IS Broadway, on Tueaday. January 14. 1902. j
(run 12 m. to Ip. m. , >f y THOMpsox# CohUf .
J. T. THOMPSON, Cajhlar. |
financial.
9amng6 DuuKs
£rnst Companies.
0 • Report of the Condition of J
J FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY }
At the Close of Business
A DECEMBER 31, 1901. 2
5 „ i , RESOURCES. j LIABILITIES. #
m Bond and nion?a..'s TTIT lintT? Capital stock pill In . $l.nnn.nnnco __\
Stocks and bonds l.s»;i.ir,_» 14 Surplus fund 200.00000 W
t»* Demand loans on collaterals. 6.460.04283 UndlTided profits (net > 1.314.R2100 0
0 Time loans on collaterals.... 75300 Demand dei>osits.s7.;i3o.l l4 2S _A
\ 1....-IMS to cities ami towns.... 50,44327 Demand certlfl- W
V nv -«-'l«-iift«* »M oates of deposit I-"-'— 6
£ Kcal estate 37«5519 Due to other ___
J t<ash deposited in r.T.Jss I-.. i» banks, etc 174.70730 W
< :i sl, ,l.]»osit«(l iii bntiks. of.- . 174.707 X» W
P banks. «'"' 1051.T9511 | Certified <-he«ks. . tt\ASM TIMWI) -•
£ Cash on liand 113,e0739 i Bonds niifnt.in.linc 200.0Q000 __
■F Checks and cash ! Other liabilities 41 fVSS 7J> #
0 items 43,07845— 1.110.4800T»l
Titlo plant 127-57087 W
& Other assets 2504040 __%
$ ! +
STATE OF NEW JERSEY. ) |M^2Ml49>>al J
STATE OF NKW JERSEY, ) j
& COUNTY OF ESSEX. $**' \
Uzal H. McCarter. President, and Frederirk W. Kjnier. Treasurer, of the abore-
company, heine severally duly sworn, each for himself, deposes and says W
named company, hoinc i»»»T#raßy duly sworn, ea.h for MbmHC dp|Mi>o> .ni<l sar< 6
& that the foregoing statement is tme. to the best of his knowledge «n«i belief. * __%
$U. H. McCarter. President
F. W. Egner, Treasurer. m
Subscribed and sworn to before me this second day of January. A. D.. l!Ml_* __^
Edw. W. Campbell,
T[ Correct- Attest: Notary Tublic of New Jersey. W
0 Kdgar B. Ward, ) * _\\
Forrest F. Dryden, V Directors. W
& Wm. Scheerer, )
Bankers an& Brokers.
Redmond. )„.:;;
\/ ' High Grade
Kerr&Co. Investment
BANkK.RH. I q ...
41 WALL ST.. SEW YORK. / JwCDrilieS
List of current offerings, test on application.
Transact a general banking business.
Re<rel»e deposits subject to draft. Dividend* and
Interest rolleet«d vii.l remitted. Art ■• Fiscal
Agents for and negotiate tod lsmie loaoa of rail
roads, street railways, gas companies, etc Securi
ties boocrbt and sold on eeatmlsslao. Members ef
New York Stork Exchange.
Issue Travellers*
LETTERS OF CREDIT
available the world over.
Chicago Office: Rookery Bafldisg.
Philadelphia: Graham, Kerr & C«.
H. B. Hollins & Co.,
WALL & BROAD STS., NEW YORK.
betters of Gtebit.
Draw Bills of Exchange and mike
Cable Transfers,
Investment Securities.
Agents International & Mortgage Bank
of Mexico.
Kountze Brothers,
BANKERS,
Broadway & Cedar St. NEW YORK
TRANSACT
A General Foreign «\i\d
Domestic Banking Business.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
NASSAU & PINE STS., NEW YORK.
13 CONGRESS STREET, BOSTON.
Dealer.* in U. S. Government Bonds and
ether Investment Securities. De
posits received anJ interest
allowed on Balances.
H>>nr.v dews, .Tame* B. Clews. Join H. Clews.
Member N. Y. Stock Kx. MemtM N. T. Stock Kx.
C. I". Ho!7.ii<Tl»>r. Member N. Y. Stuck Kxvhang*.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANK
11. 13, 1.'., mill IT Hron.l St.
i "r.lors r\o.i|t..| for Investment oi cm mnrg\r,. interest
allowed <n\ depoaits, .-ut.jcrt to cbeck nt .«ißht Act as
>"ip;iivi.il Acenta fur Corporatlona and Investors. Indus
trial Combinations Orraniied.
liiivrrninrul mid oil. or In \ rntmrn Roads
hoiiKlit 11 mi aold.
BRANCH OFFICES:
IT W. 34th St.. ■ p. Waldorf. 303 .'ith Aye.. ror. 25th St.
457 H «.i> Silk Kx. Bid*. :.i> Worth * ."»'.< Thomas St.
Si Hudson SI . Mere. Kx. 16 Court St., Ui"iV»!i!i.
Bank & Trust Co.
Stocks
DEALT IS.
CLINTON GILBERT
■Z WALL ST.
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS
CO. STOCK
Bought by
Frederic H. Hatch,
\O. ;:.» IIIIOAU STRBBT.
Telephone 1022 liroad.
?rca f k J ♦ HWquand
38-: i? ltlto.Vli > I'KKKT.
STOCKS %Jo BOXSS
For Investment op on mnrstn.
Hook of rallwu> atntl*tU-s on ui>iilli'.itloa. :
Correapumleurr aollelted.
UIKKCT IKE TO BXCOAKGS FLOOR.
I. F. Mead & Co.
44 A -Its BROADWAY.
Twenty-live years' membership la N. T. Stock Excti.
STOCKS & BONDS
Bought and Sold for cash, or on margin.
'
11th WARD BANK STOCK.
12th "
19th
23rd "
WILLIAM E. NICHOLS & CO..
15 WALL, ST.. NEW YORK.
Telepisona S3S3 Cort. — i
Crust Companies.
N.Y. Security & Trust
46 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
Capital & Surplus - 54,000,000
• hahi.es a f%ir< tiii.n.
*nn\M M. HYATT. Vlrr-Prf.iililrn'" ldellt *
C.sm.ltN W. RKK.HT. Z,l \ I. r!p,M df IL
I. < IRROI.i. Rllnl. » r . rn.r,
Wl \H V*\ I.IH\. \, M . B,,.?r««ry.
JAMES E. KKKI.KR. Trust \mni. '"*
■ I \MK.s K. XXXI I M in,,; Mflm
H. m. HIPPIE, Manager Bond IXpartm-nt, .
TRISTEESj
< hnrlr- « KalrchUd. K red «• Ho R. Cnndrrt.
I.. hi.-. .1. Hill. B. \y mr Smn«f»
William F. llnoklfv. John \V. 5,...|, .
Stoart G. Vrlnon. John A. McCall.
lludnon Hnaarland. .Ihho-- A. Blair.
J«m-- 1 Stlllman, Krnnk W. Stparns,
M. C. O. nordrn. Edm'd D. Randolph,
.lohß <; M<-4 ullenich. (,r,,r , \V. IVrUlnn.
Kdward I hi. \bram M. Hyatt.
This company Is authorized to act a- Executor. Trutt^.
Admlnl-trator. Guardian, Agent. Rnrelvvr. Registrar B-kf
Transfer As»nt.
Rfc-lv-s deposits subject to night *■•*■) allowing Interest
on dally balance-.
ijankrrs and Broker*.
Aatmtiia 5' Gorham. Jahn B. Van ».-halrU.
Tel. 8030 Jk. CU3I Cortlandt. Cable Tarpoleam.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
_______ \. V. Stock Eichani;-,
MFMRKIIS OP Produce Exchnntre. anit
thlriigo Board of Trade,
7 WALL STKEET.
Baltimore. --1 bait German St.
HAVEN & STOUT
ni.\KERS IMI lIIUIKEH*,
1 Nassau Street. Cor. Wall St.
Members of th« New York Stock Exchange.
BONDS. STOCK, COTTON, GRAIN.
DE HAVEN & TOWNSEND
40 Wall Street, 426 Chestnut Street,
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA,
Member* of the- \.-«-i and Philadelphia!
Stock Iliplmisci. Our offices being; con
nected by iirhair telricraph. orders In. either
market v»lll be promptly executed.
Diui&cnb Nonces.
DI'RI.I\(iTO\. CEDAR RAPIDS M) NOR I
i:it\ ItAII.W «.OMPA.\V OK IOWA.
it* Itroad St.. New York Jany 1 1. 1902.
A SEMI-ANNUAL 1»1 VII »KM» of TWO PER
t CENT and in addition an ELX.TRA dividend of On«
fer rt-nt hive b»en wii lan il on the capital Mock of this
company, both jvivahle February is:. ll»«>2- Transfer book*
will -lose January lutn at 3 p. m. and wl'.l reopen at 10
A. M. on th<» i">th of January.
11. 11. IIOIJ.ISTER. Trea»
Office of Welle. Fare* A 1 •..
83 Broadway,
New York. Dee -•<>. 19»1 •
fPHE REGULAR SK.MI -ANM'AI. DIVIDEND
" of THREK PER CENT, and an extra dividend .->•
TWO I'ER CENT. have been declared by the Director*
of the rorarar.y, pa>»b!e January 13. IP"-, at cur office.
as above.
The transfer books will close Pec. 31>T. Hit, and re
open January 1C lS«i2.
11. B. PARSONS, Awlstant s>ecretary.
Tilt: MItOOKI.W IIWK.
34TH CONSECCTIVG DIVIDEND.
riiv of New York.
lViroußh of Brooklyn. Dee. -4th. 1901.
'I 1I 1 UK Board of Directors has this ,i ; iv declared
a dividend of TIIRER \NI> OXB HALT ••■!::> PER
• TNT., livable on ami after January 21. I»>2. Transfer
books will remain closed until that date.
THUS. M HALSBT. Cashier.
VDVKRTISKMENTS and subscriptions for The Trtbua»
received at their I'ptown OnV-e.
NO. 1.24J BROAIHVAY.
?! d'>>r north "f His' st., until V» o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will he resell e^l at the following trane 1 !
rfflresi .it rejrular i (Br« rates until *«Vclork p. m.. viz.: "."4
Nth-a\e.. * c. roi -3d st.: 133 tilh-nvr., cor. 12th-
St.; 1»2 bast « llli-»t.: *_".". 7 \\>«t 4'^d-nt.. betwaes
Tth and «th ares.: IMEt U>»t r.T.th-«t.i
.raocllcr's ©nibf.
Raymond S fflMtcotnb's
TOURS ANO TICKETS EVERYWHERE
lALIKORMA. Special Teatlboied trains with ■*>■«>
care. Tickets providing for every iravelltn^ and hotel ex
penso umler personal escort. A!?o throimh !-•» to OVJ
fornla without change or -r.. r Jan 7. l>? 2«. .in F*b. *.
IS ST. March 11 iinj April T2. Jl 17.50 ani upward in
. m ling all expense?.
tinA-MK\l(O. <>«!«•> thriiißh tropical wat»'»s en a
masnlfloent steame r of the Ward Ijne. indudlna- »*uba.
Projtre^o. Yui alan. t'ampe>he and the ancient cities of
Mexico. Jan. m, Feb. ». fMC including all expenses.
KI.OKII>*. Includlnic < »M» to Washtnrton. Tmehurst
end Nassau. Jan. 2.«, Feb. 5. 38, •:. i March 3. ♦i'C. la
.•'.'.i ltnsr all expenses.
Xl ROPE. Austria. Bavaria, the Tyrol. Italian I^ikee,
Pan*. London. France. etc. March 'Jit. $!.i>44. tncludlnc
all expense*. Other tours In April. June an.l July.
MKXIt'O. Special vestlbulwl trains with dining-car
service. Interpreters, etc.. offer unusual facilities for trav
elling leisurely an! with every .le^ree of comfort, and
enable the passenger to visit many places of picturesque
and historic interest that would otherwise be inaccessible.
Jan. HI. Feb. 6. M'JO and $430. Including all expenses.
PORTO HM'O. Two tours to I'orto Rico m ike mac
nifl<»nt n»w steamers ihe "P-inre" 1 or "San Juan" of th»
New York and Porto Rico Steamship Company, embracing
it* towns, fortifications. battleneM*. sucir and c*>ffe*
plantations, drive over entire length of military road, etc.
Feb. I. March 1. |MJa\ Includtnc all experyes.
-^ ....-.■ - -. -■..-'.: '
> I H\. Two cruise*, via Mun«on Line steairers to tha
Ncrth i'oast. the most beautiful part of the Island includ
in« the famous faxes of Uellamar an.l visit m Havana, re
tun.lac via V. ard Line. Jin. 11. Feb. v x>:^ including
nil expenses.
Illustrated Clrenlnrs on Application.
Send Her our general announcement circular, containing
brief outline of tours throuKhout the I'ntled States, FSj
rope. and all parts of the world; also Travellers" i'on
«ler»«l Guide, explaining our facilities for furnishing rail
road an.l steamship tickets via all lines and to all points.
Private cars arranged r-r on short notice.
23 INIO\ S4«l %RB.
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v\. received at their Uptown Ode*.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
2d door north of 3l»t-st. until » o'clock p. m
Ajverttsennents will t* received at the f"!l win« branch
«>(TJce» at regular office rate» until II o'clock p. m.. vi». - 2&4
Slh-ave., * c. cor. 23d-»t.: IKI Kth-a\r. t cor !••.„.
St.; M I'nat 1 tth-»t.: "_"r.7 \\ .-,i »'Jil-»»., b^tTreen
7th and stn «vm.: -»Xt Went l.".'.ii ■ l«t^.S >,i.
■Tt« betwe*n 7«t n and 77th Ma.; I.o^n hd-ave.. near'
•lat-at.; I. T<>«. l«l-«\».. near «!>th *> IST Eut
l-,'ih-«i.: 7.""5 Tretnoal-me.i •;.-.!» :id>ave« neir
4l«-*» : .VV4 3d-ave.i UIO Blacker.. niis
Hlr. .Un Brooklm, >. > _- 1 .; <..t.rt-«t.i
315 «mlth-«t. .Nerrark, >. J.— 7o-4 Broii^i!
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