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Bankers and Brokers.
FISX&KOBINSON
BANKERS
Government Bonds
City of New YorK Bonds
and other
Investment Securities
HfcHBEBS NEW YoltK STOCK EXCBOCE
•6 CEDAR STREET 28 ST*TC STMRT
NEW YORK BOSTON
R. L DAY & CO.,
S NASSAU ST, NEW YORK.
S5 CONGRESS ST, BOSTON.
Members N. Y. and Boston Stock Exchanges.
ATCHISON CONVERTIBLE BONDS
ConTY-rtihlr tote Common Stock for a period of 12 j-reir*
Price on application.
SUTRO BROS. & CO.,
BANKERS,
M PIN"B STREET. >"KW TORE.
3CS3£BERS OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Financial.
NATIONAL RAILROAD CO.
OF MEXICO.
Te EOL3DBRS OT THE FIVE PER CENT. GOLD
XOTES OF THE NATIONAL RAILROAD COMPANY
OT aiEHCO. maturing Octob-r 1. 1905.
Tkls CoEJJ>anT has arraneed-' with MESSRS. EPETER
A CO. for the extension of this Issue of notes until
OCTOBER 1. 1907, tdth Interest at the rate of five per
C4sxi. par annum. sub.'»'-t te redemption at the option
at the Company on any Interest day on sixty days"
MfJes by publication.
Holders of Notes -who desire to avail themselves of
til* prtvlleg» of extending the-ir Xotes must present
,thetr Notes. In NEW YORK, at the office of MESSRS.
SPETBR * CO.. 24-!6 Pine Street, or In LONDON, at
the offtew O? MESSRS. SPETER BROTHERS. 7 I.OTH-
UtORY. or In FRANKFORT O. / M.. at th« office of MR.
UtZASUy SPETER-ELT-ISSEN. or In BERLIN, at the
efflee of the DEUTSCHE BANK, or In AMFTEP.PAM.
at the office of MESSRS. TEIXEIRA DE MATTOB
BEOTHERB, on or before SEPTEMBER 25. 1905. to
be approprlat«Jy stamped, and io have affixed thereto
se*r coupon sheets covering such extension period
This Company has arranged -with MESSRS. SPEYER
as CO. that the holders of Notes -who do not desire to
avail thamse'.ves of the privilege of extension will re
l_ai»» par for their Notes on or after October Ist. 1905.
•Bt aay of the offlcee above, mentioned.
Hear Torlc, Saptember 13. 1805.
! XATJONAX BAXLJ<OAI> COMPANY OF MEXICO.
By D. P. BENNETT. Vice-President.
I "THE POWER OF AN IDEAL"
SENT FREE ON' REQUEST.
The Moody Corporation!
i*3s Nassau Street. . * . New York'!
I' II
Dividend Notices.
AiIERIC.'O: LOCOMOITTE COZFAXT.
11l Broad-way. »w York. September 15. 1903.
rpHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS THLS DAY
flscUred a quarterly dividend ot ONE AND THREE
QT3ARTERS PER CENT, on the Pref«rr«d Capital Stock.
payable October 21. 1906. to the rrc-f<?rral stockholders of
r*oora ax close of biiElnei-3 on Sept. -1. 1905. Checks will
be mailed.
S'or the purpose of tils "i'-.ider.'i anS of th* annual elte-
Uon to be held on Ootob«r IT. 1905. the transfer book! Jt
the preferred and common stock fill clogc at 3 P. M. on
Bestembtr 21. 1905. &r.<i r*op<in O'-'oher 2L 1906.
LEIGH BEiST. Secretary.
TRXSKUy: TRUST CO-HPA>T.
Di\-ider.d No. 61.
Brooklyn, X T.. September 6th. 190 S.
rjTECB BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAS THIS
£ay declared a Quart»r'.y dividend of 3"' upon the
csp£tai stock of this Ctomponr, peval.-> Eeptamber BOd),
lSOcTto stockholders of record at closing nf the transfer
books. Transfer books will be closed from 12 m. Pep
tambar 23d. 1806. until 6 a. m. October 2d. 190S
CLJNTON W. L.t*T>L.T~M. Seretarr.
areTRnPOLITAN- TRUST COMPANY OF THE CITY OF
XKW YORK.
DIVIDEND NO. 35.
f^j QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF FIVE PER
oent for the cuarter endmrr Pept. SOih. IPOS, has been
fh*. a*y declared out or t£e net earning* of The Company.
paya-biio en October 2nd. 1905.
~ Jte tr»jJßfer books will b« closed at twelve, o'clock
noon ao September 23rd. 190&. ar.d reopened at tea A. M.
oa October 2nd, 1906.
Dmi*o. Jfew York. September 15th. 1905.
CHA? BAKER. Jr.. Secretary.
GTOGBXHEIM EXPLORATION CO.
71 Broadway, New York. Sept. 12th. 1906.
DI^DEND NO. 11.
Tb» Director* Of the Gusg^nh»!m Exploration Cr>m-
Tipy b*v« this day declared a quartarly dividend of
oSoB AND three-O''.artkr.- (1%) per cent upon
tl»» fr" paid capttßl stock of th» Comi^any, pa>-a.blr. Octo
baf 2d. 1906, to etockhoH'-rs of record at three o clock
In the afternoon oi Eepterrb'-r 23d, 1905.
Th* boota for the transfer of tb» stock nf tbe <"*om
pany will cioae at three o'clock in the afternoon of Ser>
tacßMr JS4. 1905 and open rv-t^h«r 3d. ISOS
WTIJJAM W. PORTER. SocreiarT
NATlOlfAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
Ta« regular Quarterly dividend of ONE PER CENT, on
th* Common Ftock haß been declared, payable October
14th. 1906. to stockholders oC recora at the r'.osc of busl-
Tt&z Sept ' 28th. l&r»5. Transfer rook* will be closed from
Bast. 29th 1905 to Oct. 14th. 1W1&. both Inclusive.
**• P. E. BVGBBE. Treasurer.
TKE AMERICAN AGRICrLTTBAL
CHEMICAL COMPANY.
New York. September 19, 1506.
KrTMnSKRBD CAPITAL STOCK— DinDEXD NO. 13.
ATA REGULAB MEETING OF THE
""" Board of rnrectors of The- American Afrticuitural
diemtcal Company, held this flay, H wai R?»olvM that a
■eml-annual <31v!d"cnd of THREE <S> PER cent, on the
Prefe-red Capital Stock be df-t-lar*i ar:<l paid on October
2d next to stockholders of record on ?ej-remher 21st. 1906.
The Trarsfer Books of the Preferred Stock of the Com
tavny win be closed on Thursd"a>. September 21st. al 3
o^ciock P M.. and remala ctoeed until 10 ode -: A. M.
Honday October 2d. 1900 THOMA& A TrMlTmr _
iiono»y. THOMAS A. DOE. Treasurer.
*~ THE TKVST COMPANY OF AMBRICA.
DmDEiCD NO 17.
MS B^oa-Iway N«-»- Yrrk. Pep*. I«th, 190 S.
rTHE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
-*- Tr-jst Corcrany of America have, this day declared
■l cTiarlerly dividend of SIX PER CENT. (CCfc) upon the
i.wSr*'ock cf tr.e Company, payable October 2d. IMB.
T^Efef books will be closed at S P. M. Friday.
B«^emb^ -T!A. lf*f.. ard raopened at 10 A. M. Monday.
October M. 1&* RA yjiONX> J. CHATRY. Secretary.
Tenaeaaee Coal, Iron * UaUro^ Co.
Hoover Bar., IM6 .
*-,UAETERLT DTVIDENDS OF ONE PER
V* --~-r tiT>on the Common Block ac<l TWO PER
Kov. 2, 1808. j^ HOO\ Tre*«irer.
»«»" »VSSSS!™ 1 " ow TOKK.
■ . orARTEBI V DIVIDEND OF TWO PER
8. J»08. et 10 o'clock A M. pu\'Al*U Cashier.
K«w Tor*. September 19, 1&0' _ m
- I "titxe gcarant'ee a>l7 tbitst co.
I«« Broadway. N«w Yorit. Sept. 19 ■ «»«•
-PY RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OP
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
io JS'mm Ma'SISM |WiW*B
SECURITIES PRICES LOWER.
VALUES DECLINE ON SMALL DAYS BUSINESS.
Realizing Saks and Bear Pressure — Further Gold Import Announce
ments.
Closing prices yesterday of stoclss dealt In,
with net change?, follow:
Allis Chsl Co. . 17 -VM&St L, 71 — —
Amal Cop 81% — * do prcf 102 ->-2
Am Ag Chem.. 24 IMSP &S S M..142 -t- ffc
Am C & Fdry. . 38 —** ! <io pref IJH> -+l *
do pref 9S>\ + HjMo X ft T 33H — 1
•A Gnus T 5* do pref 69« i -I*
AmHiL 6l6 l 4- »•• Missouri Pac 10. — %
do pref 34 -1 Nat Biscuit 5«
Am Ice Secur.. 26* + U do pref 113^ —JJ
•Am Lin pref... 39\ — U NEn & Bt 18% — J*
•Am Loco . ... 58^i — V:* Nat Lead 45% — Ji
Mo prcf 1144 — ' dopref..- 102 +H
•Am Smelt 126N — HIN im of M2d P f IS«4 - «
<jo r^r 123-* + VN V A8Mt0...U4% +H
do pn( 8... 8S", + N T Central 150S — %
Am 6 Fdrv.... » ___ NTCft Bt L. . 54>i —J*
do pref 89 +,* KT.»E*H. V +/4/ 4
•Am Sugar 18S\i -*NTO*W 54 —1
Am T^b pf nw.lo0 1 — H Nor & Weat. ... 86JJ — H
•Am Wool 35 — H|N© American.... JßTH — %
•Anaconda ....115H + » N«T Pacific 210»» —IS
A T & S F ... i* l1 * — "*» <">nt Silver 2 —
<Jo pr»f 105 4- H: Pacific roast.... 1(H —
At Coa*t Line. .ir.4 Mi 2>4 ; Pacific Mail 44J4 —\
Bait At 0h10....112S — -- Perm Railroad. ..144H — H
Bklvn R T 68% — H;P Marquette 101 — — •
Brunswick .... ISH -*!PCCft St L. . M + %
Can Pacifio .. 171 "■«, -2 « : Pr Steel Car 45 *» — "*
Cen Leather 42 1 Pul Pal Car 248 — —
Ches & 0hi0.... 68* — 'VRy Btl Spring... 3.% 4- H
Ch Gt West.... 21=, —H. do pref 100 +1£
do pref AC. .. 77»* (Reading.. 11?* — 7 i
CM& St P.. 179^ —%\ do Ist pref.... 91 -» —
C& X W . 215 —I : do 2d pref OSS +H
rh T«r Tr pref. 39^ +'A ! *Rep I & Stl 24 4- *
Ch Union Tr. ... SMi 4-1 ! «do rref »*H +H
do pref S7-, - Hi Rock Inland 3SH — H
CCCif Lpf.U94 +* do pref 79^ —»*
Col Fuel & 1... 43*4 -- "W Rubber Goods... 35 1 * — V
Col * South... 28% |St L* S F 2d nf «7»j —
do 2d pref... 43 —Vi St Louis S W. ... 24% — H
CHC&I 15 4-IHI do pref 62»4 — N.
Consol Gas. 182^ — H ! Slow-Sheff •.•3-4 4- Vi
Corn Prod 1O 6 — % U th Pacific...- R7H — %
do pref . 4P'-> — H Boothern Ry 35** — H
I>e! & Hud 217 — % do pref 101^ — — -
Pen & R «... 3fl i Term C & I «*'* —I 1I 1
Det Sc ctfs . .. . 10\i T^x & Pao 36 ■—
DUt Kec Co 41 8 —H ! Third A« 126^» — %
DSSAA l* l — '-* i Toi Ry &Lt 34% - **
do pref S.'.-. — «i ! Tol St L. & W... 88% — V»
Erie . . 51 — % do pref .. . . . . 55% — %
dMst pref.... 52»4 — M, Twin City RT..11T% + %
do 2d pref.... 74 —H ! Union Pacific ...131% —1
F M & P prer.. 92H 4- "'* ' Unit Ry Invea... gH —1H
Gen Elec Co.--.180 —3 I do pref N»J4 —*»
Great Nor P ref..32oH - X T7 E Cast 1P.... 3r-H —
Hock Val pref. .82% —H| do pref 90 —J4
Illinois Cent....179>-* — IHIU S Red & R.... -^ —J4
Inter Paper .... l»«i — % do pref .0 -W
do pref. 78 iU B Rubber 56H — Jj
lowa Central... 2>>^ 1 do rref 112H — H
do pref B«« 4- % US Steel 3«'a — H
Kan CSo pref.. .V> 1 do pref. 104 — £
X Ice of C 31H 4- Va-Ca niein .... 81% — H
Lonjt Island.... 66 4- HiWabash 2.*J» —•*
Louis & Xash. .I.V>S -- H ' dopref...» 43*» — 1^»
Manhat El 1«> -'il^&LB " 17- — 3
•Met St Ry 127 —Ml do pr"f :-* 41H —J4
Met Buba 60% — 1% "Wla Central Sl»* 4- H
ICez Central 234 — %l
•Unlisted.
Closine: prices yesterday of bonds dealt In,
with net changes, follow:
Japan 2d wet.. .100% +% : Col &- So Ist 45. . PS 8 * — H
do 4Hs 9<"»^ 4- VG B& W d Bs. .23 4- %
Am Tob 4s 7fi>* — % ! Mcx Cent 4s 82H i- %
do 6s 116% 4- *l do Ist mc 24 * — '*
B& O gr>ld 45..105H — H!6tL &S F r 4s. «9^» 4- ]<l
Cent Leather Bs.lOl's — Si ! TPtL & W 45. . BBH — -4
Ches & O 4HS.IOSH + .Vn Pac cor. v .134^ —*+
C B& Q *i....102% + % D P Steel 6a 07% — H
CRI A PRR4S 84 — V Wahaeh d 85.... i«^t — 1%
Col Ind As 73% — \ Wab PT 2s 374 —V»
do Bs 71 — H ;
STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS.
Transactions in yesterday's stock market were
not heavy In volume compared with recent
dealings, while the movement of values showed
greater weakness than recorded In a number
of days. The declines, however, were purely
speculative In character and In no way repre
sented uneasiness on the part of Investors or
Important liquidation for the account of the
more substantial Wall Street Interests. London
prices were lower, and this fact naturally en
couraged selling in the local market at the open-
Ing. The declines thus brought about induced
bear pressure, which was accompanied by realiz
ing sales throughout the list. An announcement
of further gold Import engagements failed to
affer.t favorably the course of values, but It
served, nevertheless, to Increase confidence In
Wall Street circles In the belief that there will
be no disturbance in the money market this
year. The prospects favor large Importations
of the precious metal In the autumn months,
owing to the large shipments that have already
been made and will be made in the course of
the next few months of mtton and grain, and
to the willingness of foreign bankers to let this
country have all the money it needs at this par
ticular time of the year. There is a good de
mand for money all over the United States, and
foreigners are only too glad to place loans In
our financial centres. Moreover, foreigners are
buying large amounts of American held invest
ment securities, and this fact, of course, creates
a condition in the fnrr-gn exchange market most
favorable to New-York. There is less Inquiry
at the Treasury Cthe federal Treasury^ for funds,
an indication that the interior is well supplied
with currency and that the demand on New-
York for money In connection with the financing
of the crops will be less from now on.
In the afternoon trading a partial recovery
in prices was reported, the advance being due to
buying by Important speculative interests and
covering by room shorts. Traders who sell the
market short nowadays are not anxious to re
main on the bear side for any length of tlma,
and as a consequence they cover whenever the
market shows the slightest tendency of weak
ening. There is not an extended short interest
in the market, and there is not likely to be one
for a long time to come. The heaviest losses
were recorded by Canadian Pacific. St. Paul,
Illinois Central. Metropolitan Securities. Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas issues. Reading, Ten-
T . P * F F-e Coal and Iron. Union Pacific and the
Wabasn shares. In view of the recent sharp ad
vance in Canadian Pacific its decline of over 2
per <ent was not at all surprising, and the
movement toward a lower price, as well as in
other parts of the list, caused no uneasiness
among the advocates of higher quotations. Re
alizing sales in Canadian Pacific were well
taken but the pool which is operating In the
stock was quite willing to see a temporary lower
figure for the issue. Indeed, in most parts of
the list, particularly in the early operations.
the larger speculative interests showed HttUs
disposition to support their favorite securities,
doubtless for the reason of acquiring more stock
at cheaper figures. A further reaction in stocks
■would help the general speculative position, and
It Is not unlikely that more declines may take
place in the course of the week- It, however, is
not a good time to predict the development of a
long sustained downward movement. Condi
tions affecting values are too strong for that.
BOND MARKET TRADING.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.— Market steady. Final
quotations follow:
Bid. Asked! Blfl. Asked.
U.S. 25,1930.re*104'» 104HJU.S 4a. 190T. 00u . 105 ! i 105H
r.6. 29.1&3.->.cou.lo4* 106 ,U.S. 4s. 1»25.reg.18i 134*
U.S. Bc.lßo6.rec. 104 I(HH U.S. 4a. 15»^5.c0u.184 18tH
U.S fc.ttO6.COU.W4 104VjjPtillipplJS6 4s 109K UOVi
D^. lVoß.eml.loß — IDUt of C. 3-6A5..U7 —
US. 4c.1907.reg 1CU 1 104H i
RAIL.KOAD AND OTHER BONDS.— Ir
regular. Total sales a.mounted in par value
to $3,266,000. against $2,811,500 on Monday. The
heaviest deallnss wer« in the Japanese lß3ues.
American Tobacco 4a and 6s, Atchison gen
eral 4s, Baltimore and Ohio cold 4a, Central
Leather Bs, Chesapeake and Ohio 4143, Chi
cago, Burlington and Quincy 4s, Chicago. Rock
Island and Pacific railroad 4s, Colorado Industrial
As and Bs, Colorado and Southern Ist 4s, Crcon
Bay and Western debenture Bs, Mexican Central
4a and Ist incomes, St. Louis and Ban Francisco
refunding 4s, Toledo. St. Louis and Weatern 4s.
Union Pacific convertible 4s. United States Steel ss,
Wabash debenidur© Bs and Wahwh, Plu^burg
Terminal 2ds.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1905.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
SOOO Japanese 63 101 V 5000 Kan C So 3s. rß}4
600 do 101 i! 1000 Kan CSo 3s ■ t:<- 3
23600 do 2d 100\ i 7' Lacka Steel 6e. 106
18000 do KW'i -•"•>>(' L, S .'.- M Bo Det>
800 do 101 ! 4s JOOH
MO do 101 4nno LA N Col Tr 4s 100
28000 do 44s 90% 10600 <io 10JH*.
18000 j,, 90H|15000Met St Ry i>''-: 4s 92*
10"" Xt do Vo%.\ lOOOMex Cci Con 45.. i? 2
3(»0 do New Ctfs... 90* 21000 do »SOF 82
10500 do WMI 2000 do 62*
89000 <\ n 80% 5000 do Ist Inc - -'„
7000 Rep of Cuba f.s. . 105* 15000 do ■ 24JS
1000 U9 of Mcx 45.. H4S; 6000 lo -»Jj
85<H>>r a f, s DoM ( t fs.. I.V, ! 2000 Mil Gis Bs 98H
1500 Ad Ex 4s ..5m1.103 , 1000 Mid ot N J Ist BS.IIOJ*
2000 do 103* 2000 Mo Kft T Ist 45.102jk
7000 Am Ics Sec 6s.T. 824 USOOO do St L Dlv te 83%
400"OAm Tob us ll«4i 1000 Mob Jack & X C
1500 C do 4s 79^1 6s »7
220000 do 76 100 ft x V O & E L H
2SOOO do 76* 8 P4s 91*
lii)oA. T & S F Adj j 1000 N V Sus & Wn
Stpd 88% Gen 5s 1074
ISOOO do 07 | .'OOO Norf ,t West ' lon
1000 do Oan 4« 105 i 4s l"-" : i
4000 do 1 <-'< ; 4 2000 do 103*
10<X»0 <1o Convt 4s 105^1 5000 do Pr& C - 97 >
10IX") At <V>ast 4s 101 4 I 2000 do 96%
2000 B &. O Gold 45...105 1*;1 *; 9000 Nor Pao Gen Bs.. 7i
3000 do 106 V 4<>oo do ■"• H
6000 do 105* '■>'»•> do 77
5000 do h'«n 3 4.... 92%! 1000 do Prior 4? 105*
{i""*> Bklyn Ferry 55.. »<; 8000 Ore Sh L Gt i R»f
2<H.iO Bklvn B T Gold 4? 9«'*
5s Ill* 10000 do 963*
3000 do 112 1 10000 Perm Gemvt Re 5 ? 101 -;.
23000 do R«f 4s 82 |20000 In 101%
60<i0Bkln Un El Ist..H",S'S 1000 Peo & B Ist 45...100
£000 do 1"> 7 10000 Reading Gf-n 4«. . .!'•:<
MOOBkljn Un Gas 53.112 I 2000 dc 102 vi
2000 Buff & Snsq Ist 10000 do •' C Col 43. I'll 4
Kff 4s ... 100 i i *•■■-' I> I- Mt .v So
9<Y¥) do 100 ! -4s 94%
1000 Can South Ist. ss. 108 ioo*> d.-. Gen 5s 1174
1000 Cof Ga Con f.5.115 197000 ST. & F H^f 4s 88 •
8000 do Ist Inc.. .90* 6000 do 89*
2000 do . - 99* ' 2000 do ....88%
13000 do I'd Inc 86 [10000 St L Swn Ist 45.. 99%
200tXt do 3d Inc 79 ; 2000 .1o Cons 4s ... 83%
10000 Cent Leath 85. .. . 101 '% \ 8000 d< 83*
60-'iO do ■ 101* 1 25000 5t PM ft M Mont
6000 Cent Pac Gtd 4s 101* Ext 4? R*=e 1W 1 !
2000 do . 101 leoOOSan An &ap4s 89
1000 C & O Gen 4*s 107 HI 1000 Scab A L G<-iH 45 90*
16000 do ii--'_ 1000 Sav 4 W Ist •s.lSl'ft
4OIXIO do 10*» jOOOOOSo Pac Ctfs Ist
30<X> do 108* Hef 4s 97
2000 c & E 111 Gen 5f.122 ' 100 ft <=ou?h Ry Ist ss. 1214
1000 C P i Q Ji 4s. 102 1 LOOOT C I & R Gen Ss.loo
11000 d,-> 102^! 2000 Third Aye Con 4s 954
67000 do 102% ! 2000 Tol St L& W 4s. S7
10000 do 1024' 1000 do 86%
2000 do 111 Dlv 3*s 96 • 1000 do 86H
3000 c R I & P G«n [30000 Und Elec Lor ss. 98S
4s 105% 3000 I_"n Pac Ist 4=; 106
1000 do 105% i l<">^o do Reg 105%
1000 d> Ref Is. . 9SH| 5000 lo 1044
6000 do 99 I 2000 do Convt 45.... 134*4
7fi'X>o do '•' t » T-<T -< 125000 do 134S
119000 do 98% 1 35000 do 134*
10000 do R R 4=.. . 84*1 7000 V KRofSF 4s 92
S9OOO do 84 1121000 r S Steel S F ss. 97* i
1000 do Col Tr ss. .94 : 2000 do 97%
MX>O do . •■ T s! 500 lo R"Z" »S
8000 do 93% 1000 Ta Iron C ■&• Css 88%
10000 do 93* 4000 do 88*
2000 C C C & St Li ' 2000 do 89
G«n 4s ... .104 : Wabash Ist •"■• . 118%
7000 Col * So Ist 4!«. 94 : 4ik»» do 2d 5? 107
3000 dr. 93"j 1 11000 do Deb Bs 78*
1 0000 do 93% 9000 dc ... 7«4
72f»'K"i Col Ind 5s A ... 7" v 139000 do 784
T(»W1 do 73Vi 191000 'i 78
230000 rio T34; 10000 do 77
100000 do 73%115000 do 77 4
261000 do B 71 HI 4IOOO do 77 1
100.10 d.-. 71 11580001 158000 do 77
25000 do 71 I 5000 do "X%
5000 r> &R G Ton 48.101 T -. 30000 do 76%
l.y«v> Dl.«t Sec Con ss. M ! 4 2000 do Pitts Ter 2d 38%
3000 Erie Ist Con 4s .102T* r.O<¥> do 38*
8000 do Gen 4s 84*|31000 do 37 7 ?
si«>i do Convt 45.. .113% 25000 do 37%
1000 do r Col Tr 4s. W- 1 ! 40<v> do 37*
2000 do 96?»1 1000 -n-n-tt Md 4s. 89%
4000 Ft W A- D C 15t. 113 ' ZOOO'West U 08l Tr Bs 112J4
17000 Gr Bay Deb Bs. .23 ! 1000 do Ir.d &Tl E. 106
8000 Hay El Ry ss. . . 83% 1000 Wh .t L B Ist Con
2000 Int Paper Con ss. 85 | 4s 90*4
ir/xi Int St Pump 65.. 103' 4000 Wis Cent Gen 4s 95 Vi
13000 KTFS4M4JW '
Total sales of bonds. $3,266,000.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, Sept. 19, 4 p m. — The mnrket for Ameri
can securities was •w«--ak and lower. Final prices
follow:
Netr- New-
London York York
close, equivalent, cloee. rh'g»<"
Anaconda 5* 114* 115 — 4
Atchlsoa 93 4 90% 91 — H
Canadian Pacific 177 172% 174 — 1%
St. Pa-Ji 185% I 7:" 180* — %
Erie 62% 51* 51% — >4
do Ist pref 85 82* -^li^a — — ~
Illinois Central 185* 1794 l*na, — %
Louis & Nash 155 150* 15" 54.5 4. — "*
N V Central 1»* 151 • 151% — %
Pennsylvania 74 143% 144% — 1
Beading: 82 120H 120% - 4
Southern Pacific 70 68 68% — ,'*
Vnion Pacific 136% 131 7 4 132% — 1
it R pref"".*.V.*."Mr.*.".*.**lo7% 104S 1044 —
do pref.'.: 1-7% 104H - *
FOKEIGN MOVKY MARKETS.— CaII money in
London. V/n2 per eor.t. Open market discount
rate for short bills, 3 p^r cent; long bills, 3 per
e?nt. Berlin discount rate. 3 per cent. Berlin ci
ihan^e on London. 20 marks 43% pfennigs. Pari.s
discount mte. 1H per c*nt. Paris exchange on Lon
don. 25 francs IT centimes.
FOREIGN SECTJItITIES.— British consols for
money. 1*;1 *; for th<? account, 8&9-16 French rentes.
9? franco 55 centimes.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET-— on call opened at R*i
per cent: highest. 3% per cent; lowest. ,r^ r r cent;
last loan. :U 4 per cent; close, 3^@3% per cent; rul
ing rate, 3V2 per cent. Time meney was quoted at
Z\ per cent for sixty days, 4@4% per cent for
ninety days, and «4@«4 per cent for four to fix
months. Commercial parer w.is quoted at 4V;4 1-j1 -j
per cent for sixty to ninety lays. «4@«4 per cent
for four to six months and B per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Market closed steady.
Actual closing rates follow:
Cabl«s. Slgrnt Sixty days.
jsar mk? (U \w «^So&i
♦Liefa 1-IR.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty days. Demand.
Bterlln, 4 -*j* |ffu
Paris francs £<>n»Z sis 2
BeUWm franc* »-|°* 2 i|2
Bwltzertand franca »-20»i 8.174
Germany reichsrearks '•»■ **$
Holland guilder? W w *
DOMESTIC. EXCHANGE.— New-Orleans— Com
mercial. $1 discount; bank, $1 premium. San
Francisco— par; telegraph, 2c, Boston— o@
10c discount. Chicago par. Charleston—
par; selling. l-10c premium. St. Louis— loc .pre
mlv.m bid. 6c premium asked Minneapoli
Cincinnati— lOo discount Savannah— Buying. 50c
discount; sellincr. 76c premium.
BANK CLEARINGS.- New-York — Exchanges,
1290,754,951; balances. $16. 072. 310. Philadelphia-
Exchanges, $24.10f>,373; balances. $2,934,261. Boston
—Exchanges, $23. 341. balances. $1,926,552. Chi
cago—Exchanges. 532.103.299; balances. $1,920,829.
Baltimore— Exchanges. 14.806.680; balances. $658,
74 T.
SILVER MARKET —Bar silver. 61"^c; Mexican
Bilver dollars, 47 ] ic. Bar silver ia London closed
at 28% d.
GOLD PREMIUM.— Madrid. 31. 02; I.tsbon,
4.50.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE. — exchange on
Xew-Vork is quoted at 202.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.— Customs receipts
reported from Washington, $1,150,475; internal rev
enue receipts, $459,087; miscellaneous receipts. $37,
195. Receipts for the day, $1,646,757; expenditures,
$1,220,000. Receipts for the monih to date, $29,513.-
S4B; expenditures, $25,160,000; excess <f receipts.
$4,683,348. Receipts f.ir the fiscal year to date,
$126,606,914; expenditures. $140,654,354; excess r.t
expenditures. $14,047.440.
SITB-TREASt'RY. — The Sub-Treasury w.is debt
or to the Clearing House $1.145,83 L
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Fumifhed by R. 1< Pay * Co., No 3 Nassau -crt.)
K«pt 18. Sept.lt*. Sept 18, .-• i I 19
Pns & Albany.. 2ss '•» 288 <io pref... 8H» 81 H
Bn- *i- Maine. -.177 177 Atlantic .^in . 23*4
B<jston E)ev....Ußtt 1M ! Shannon Mm .. '■■» 0T»0 T »
Ch Jet lUrtTSY.IW 178 ! Btngham Mtn... IS'"i 3<t
<>ran^y Mining. 7H 7 : «'al & H M1n...66T. «S8
Flubfturg pf. . 14»^ 144 jiVntf-nnlal .Mm.. 14"» 23
NYN H4- H.illH 212 ; O,p Ran S M... »\4 8»H
<->M Colony 2117 1 * 207V4 Franklin 11in... \2\ n'^
\V Ea t Ry... 101 100 ! Masa Con Mln... S gU
do pref *114 113 Mohawk M!n. ... MU M
Vpss El<s3 Co».. lfl 15HjOsre<!la M!n W^ li»»
0 pr6 f 60 r>S^|Old r»OD> Mtn . . 90 2<\
Am Ti T CO. .136 189 I Parrot Mining... 24.» 2SH
V--.v-!";.g Tel.. 134 Vi 134 .a '. Quincy Mining.. ll"n> 100
West TA T- Co. IS *l"> iTamarark Mln..]lt» lm
do pr^f '••" 07 i ■U'olvertn- Mm..1 13 11,
Westlngh Elec. M M iU B Mlnln; 34 \ :«\4
do pref W '.-> IL'BOU 10 10
Dan Iron A si. 21 21 iM«M Oa« com.. 60% 50« A
LH.mlnlcn CoaJ. 7G 78 [ do pref X-> sr»*
Unit 8ho« M . . . 7» 7» I
•Aiked.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Sharos I |__ ctaal sales ("^ri ? l A5r
Bold. I iQpenlHlghlLnw.l Fln.l Bld-I A k.
— f iAdama Bxprew. - I - j — — 1 2*? 250
Albany & Sus... -- — — —„ *,-,,
WOlAllis-ChaUneri . 17% 17 *j 17Va 17% l^ g»
i67^'.A, o n.r«v ipP ;r::: mi >-V-/i SlVs sy* »* >]'i
100 Amer Am Cbem 124 i - 4 - 4 f: 9^ ■"'
|*An 'i^t'susar -- j-- - ~. -|JHJ H g
l.^^An';-.!r.v'F-,iry 86 >'-• 8« .Sil fiftlSS
230 do pref IW4 I BM4 «*OV» i Wfc , WS ! W'*
f American Coal..} —J — I — ~| -V •-,
— UpWhl Oil; - -■ 111 — \ » 131
~ Dist Tel..) —1 — - — | * Ljl
- — [Amer Express... —I— i — — v Kit P8?P 8 ?
180 •Am Or Twine! S*| B% 6% Ml I M 4 ; '.
lOOIAmer Hide « L.I «'i. fil »l »4l 6'6 '- hSI *
U4OO do pref ! 33^1 34 - | 335, ITI W »«
100 Amer Ie« Bec..;| 20% l 2fl»ii OK 2<H»| »4 27
So • imer Linseed Ml M4| *f* j^vi JA. i«^
100 Mo i ■ ■ . < * '-'-* ; - A * •;!' !»
16.400 'Am UowinoUve 54 M* ; " ,V ; '' ,\"i '' iis*
26J«Amer Maltini:. 4H _4V»i ♦•»' *^» o^j „' *
n;2o7;;.A^r r^eitin i22Vi rjsii hm 12334
1600 Mo rrcf 132% 123J. lUgH laft 1» ;1«.
300 'do prof 8....1 ■■•• »8%l H9H *% 1-2* JJ
- [•American Snuff I — 3j Z 1103%] —
*;li(lailslTl*
600 -Amer Sugar... |l3B%|lSS% 188% U»%|188% JW
1 "io prel i - ! - ~ > ~ )ls2) l s2 W
lAm Tel & Cable — j — — I — l^* jjg
100 ASe^Tob pref.'.ilOOH. 1 100% 100% ioo%Uw%ji^
700|*Am«r Woollen, ISS 188 .36 .35 *»-*?*
-Ss|. A'Sc^a ■.-.■.■.■: nf m UiwM
- Ann Arbor j — -j - - » Ji
1 do prel I — — I - — JSWftS
ss»!JJS ISal&lffll&
4.600 Bait & Ohio .. U£% 112% : 112% ! n2H:ii2Vijii2S
, do prei , — I-- — ■ i — LSI* _
6i«o;B;ki?n b»M5:j «J «4 »% lg» Lg«
lOOßr^iwlck ....'.' 15V4.J ii% 16% »4 I L|*
— 1 Buff k & rttts.i — 1 — — 1 — ij*? iJr-i-
Buff & Sus pref. — I — — — 55 sh 3
— •Buttertelt Co:.. — I — — — I«i a
aOOCentral leather. 42 142 42 42 MgH **.
! do prer 1-^ — — i Z ! CSVii 7">
28,000 Canadian Paclflc[l72% '172=<4 171% 171% 171% :1«
C & So Am Tel - — ij*^ > 210
17^oirh"s r Ohio.: I .'.' Sm\ 50% «* BSHI^,
Chicago & Alton -- — j — -r j2g | J
I=!cnVE Pi-pre,:! - - - - I 138%
-5.,,;,: i? r we^:.| a«l »hI H%l a*l%*l »«
200 do pref A. ....1 77%| 77^S 77^4! 77^; 78 I 75!4
- : aojwf B I - -• Z - Ml |^"
i do <ieb — t ~~ I I ift lim
SiS»« .79 im§.gn
lOOICh?, eNV,nhwi2lse NV,nhwi2ls ,215 215 12151 215 214 213
— - Ch St PM& 61 - - - I - *»
lo oref I — — -I - I 1 f- - 1 , 1 !
IChio Term Tr...j - | — I — • 1. I 1»
1001 do pref... 39% i 3W 'V M&l » ! SMj
2,400 Chio Cnlon Trac 8 , 8% 8 , 8% BH. .*
™ d cY¥st-i;: : - i - i - H« \*»*
looldo prff • •'. ll&% 118%|11»% 119% |*sg
=:; r d^. &Wh : = : i = i|.^
msfiSS w « a n lj i
s a si a al atl s»
<...,„.,-,, , . oa i I I _ 1 — ! — j 60 1 —
150 CoESol asi"-"'-.{i»4P»»(>W» 182%|185% iBB%
800 Corn Products... 10% 10% lOVi l'»H. — i —
200 lo pref. • .. ■>"" i = iM-z I «9%l *»%i I — ," '
300 Del & Hudson.. 217% 217% 217 ,21. 215 217%
„ 3 ,, „■ | |v|;
[Dcs M&Ft D. — j — i — — 18 - 1 "*
100 1 Detroit South"m 10% 10% 10Vi; 10% — —
wiS^SML.*! «%l ml «% «%| SSI 4', 4
■ 900 'Dul So 8 & Atl 16 i 16% 15% j 16%| 16%| 164
MX» -lo pref . . .. 85% 35%; 30-H: 30-,» : 3o*», 3^*
>^SS "': mat: : .1 W4l^ gv I El.
■ ! Evan3 &TH... = I — — — 1'- LS
1 do pref — — I — I — i»O :S»
•Ft W& D City] — - . I '.:} „
: = \- iSfio?
ltooo : Eleetric'co{lß2% 182H1190 ; ISO |l8O34|l8l«4
1000 Gt Northern pf.!321H1321%1320 1820% 1820% 1821
Havana Elec Ry! — j — I — I — J » -*'»
I B^^: « «i wlw^ls
2.216 : niiMis' Central." l8O%|18O%(l79 (1781( 17814 117!-':1 17!-' : JJ •' *
7g7 g ;:Ai S S SJ S% «% j|%
100 . - \::l,::.-::j - 78 78 78 77% 1
lint Pump —j — i — — [ — j2B i2B
lint Pump j - 2 I I § 86
lOOriowai^entrai.'.'.Vf 28%: 28%| 28%[ 28141 28 i 28%
1OO; do pref I 56% 56% I 56% ! 56% 98% | 57
iKana A Mich...! — ) — ! — J — j 34^; j%
• KCFS .v Mr: =« :«i|-" — war
- -KCF 5& M pfi — I — — — ?«4 55*
iKeok fi^Des M.I — I — — — J** j
Ch 31 I 81%j 31 81% 31% 82
— Laclede Gas pf. |—j —; — —i || ,I.", I ."
— IL E & Western. — — — — j M 198
T.;^'itund.v.::! 68 I 66' I m- I « I <* I 70
4.700 Louis & Nash... 1 160% 1 150% ',149Vi 1 160% 149% 150%
800 MSha^fiaV.'.jia 165% 165 1165 '.lß.v»' '-•••>
8,"80OiT aa 1c1 ct C Sei^b.":] Bl%| 81% 70%| 80%{ 80% 1 80%
2.300[«M«t Street Rv. : 127% 1274 128% ; 127 ! 126% .127
2OoiMeilcan ntral 2314 23^ 28% 23% | 23% 23%
Michigan Cent.., - i— . I—. I — 1» : 1»J
200 1 Minn &St T. ..; 71 171 i7l |il| iioo to
100 do rref 102 .102 ! 102 ,102 100 115
600MSt^&SSM141 142 141 142 .142 143%
1.200 do rref .. - 167% 170 167% 169 1» ITO
R6OO Mo Kan & Tex. ! 34 | 34% 83% 33% 3^4 33%
i | el .. 70% fO% •<'■•-* «Mi '■_»■: ' „
ia.400 1 Missouri Paoflc.;io7 1 107% 1 106% 1 101 1107 [107%
100 »Nat Biecult.'.'Al 56 ', 56 I 56 I 56 rM%J 56
220 •:■. pref ■■■, U|Vj llfjj 118% 113%
500 Nat Enam & St 1614 l«Vil 15% [5% 15% 16
55^5 !mms» I* I 5I 5
1O • .' .W V '"A^ Brake 154% [154% 154% j 154% , 15S 1»
80.800 IN V Central... [160% 1 151% 1 150% 1 150% 160%[159%
«00IN VCh& St L.I 54% 54% I 64% 54% 64 54%
- , do Ist pref...: -- - - - jl« I 1!''I I !''
. do 2a pref — — — — 25 ; 28 H
N V D0..-H - — - — » 2
, do pref ... -J — - —J TO '-'.',
|«N V 8 N J T»l. — i -- I — I — •3 " ■ 11
600 YN H & H.2I"U 213^ 212 |212% 212%1213%
1.760 N v On< & W.. 64H -'>44 1 K.%| 54 54 54*
600 Norfolk & W« ' : fy?- 85% 85Hj - ■-: 85% , 85%
. pref ■
400 North American 98V4 961i| P7> 5 ! P7>. 98 I »8%
2,ioti Northern Pacific 210%1210% 210% 210% 210%j21w,
_ l( !:^^r t^:r r .: ,4 10 J ImS m lw|i#M
SSS 8S
«7.dptn\ fl vT:V:: : . : i ! i4 44 4 vi!« I^% 44'; 44%) 45
47 , 144% 143% 14-14 144% H4»,
_ _ IPeorta v I — —1 — ! — i '"^ i*"
310 Peo Gaa 8: «>ke io» If 4 iio* 104 k«%jio4
100 Pere Marquette. 101 101 101 101 , — I —
100 PCC 4StI. I 82 .82 :82 82 M 83%
- -i do prej --!-;- - IJJSJ™
PPI W & Chic - ; - j^'*j _J
800 p r^ 8 ed e su I Caf! 45% -Jr.'- 45 45% £y> ££i.
.„- 45% 45% 45 g% 45%
do • ref • ; •- ' — ----- , '■*'"'* -" ♦
LOO Pullman P Car- 248 '24S 248 248 247, 249
---iPi-Tsburs Coal. I — j — — | Jf J* "
j do pref j - . — — 33^. S JH
Quicksilver — — — — : ,* S
ns P^ S^SS: s% «* &
& aool -do prel .....: bb%lioo -| SQ%li6o I W 100
46900lReading 120% 120%1119% 1 119% 119% 120 i
100 do Ist pVef..." 91% »I%| 91% 91% 91% tt t
500 do -■• pref i 95 ■■■■■- 98 05 >IX> j 95% |
Rens & Sara . — — I — — i 2C '.' .: 'T
29.500 «Rep Iron & Stl 23 24% -'■-. 24 23% -4
0900 Mn nrff iMI 95% 33W. 94>< H3; ? 3^ j
8200IRock Ibl 1 ■ 33% 83% 33% 83%
B> 200 do pre] ! T9% •ft'il »M» lJ *'?■«• "^
IS Sbif «3ood8?: 35% an» ant S5Vi 38% 86
; R : pf -I - - -I I jo
1.".. ri 'iolf kM S%i «n*l -;: : . 67% 67%| 68
133 1 ..<
100 St Louts Soatbw! -T. i4 v24 7*7 * 24Ti 24% i 25
411' . J o oref ..i 63 i 63 !62 t 62% 62% 63
l.BOO.Slo^h 8i * Irf 03 93% 92% 83% 100 11>
j ,j o pref ....I — i — !-— — I ll'>» ,11-'
11.200 Southern Pacific 67% 68 j 67%| «T%LJ'SL*^
; .1-, ,;■-• j I — : | — 1 1 H-4. 111-,
.^TS r . b .: i;^ :■■■■: ; i^:i^.i^ ,;r^
I 4Tloo : Ter C^T*Vi «7 \^ m\ B^l j
800lT»>xai P»«lflc ->'V •■:<-- M% 3«% SWi 3«',
do Land Tru»< — ; — ! — " 4'Wi 48Vi
133 Third Aye R R. 12614 126% 126% l26Vi 1»'': 12»
iTol Pen ft West - 1 •17 I ir»'»
ioo;i Rv & U«ht' 34\ ; 34^ 34\ ?A\ M^, 34 1 *
100 Tol 8t L & W.. 88% l BS% 38% 38% ■■>■•. 38%
200 do prel I 58% l»% 68=4 ! 58% 68% 58%
TOOiTwln Cltv R Tr 117% 118 117 117% 117 118
_ -Union Bag & p - ! - j - - j Iftt4 10%
48^000!t;nion P r^ f .MnV.'.'-!132-vil32'i:i3lH 131%!l81%|l»l%
M.OOO ' nlon Paclfli - 182% 1.^2 ! - 1"1H 181% isi\ I
ICo pref !-j- j- j - W.| M
[United FtuU ! — I — I— I — -US
500 In Rv Invest...! 7SVI 78% 77^1 77', 77' 7S
400 do pref.... i 89% 88% 88% 69% S9 I SQ\
1.000 T BCIF & F .-■'>■•■.■ 30% 30^; 80% 80% 3'»4
200 'do pref WH' «*k Bo *l *•* ,S2^ 91 ■
US ' Kxpresn — -- — — '1 23 12R
l*U B LMtIMT.". — - - - ! l 111-
~ ' i 'do R "i"tai i — — — — j — "JH
__ uS^Rv & Imp. — — — — ;»O 181
ioo lt s Red & R«-f j» B0 80 B0 im 80
100 Mo rref 70 ! 70 I 7O ' 70 ! 88% 70%
8.120 m B Rubber I M',. 57 i 55% 56% .*.<;••« fx-'-s
100 lo priS ..... 112>« lia% 112% 112% 112% 112',
80,200 I' ' S Steel '• ■■'''I' ™ r * 3?4; «V 4 m »rt^
S»0 do pref j 104 V 10*, 108% 104 104 104%
;c Ry ot stl.pe — — — - "H «1%
200 Va-rar, Cb«m.": SI 31^i 31 8114 31V. 31* i '
- ; .- — I — — 107% ION
Va Iron C& C — I — I — — -." 43%
9.830 TV-h&h •■ 23% 34Hi --"- 23<4; J3% 28H
8.000 do r .i.-f 44V? 444: 42% '•S'S. 43V* 4,' M,
- •. -.i« Farßo i:x ;- . — ; — : ~ -'^ -'•"
\V.T,n:ieh Mf«. . — — — ■ — '-' J7-
1 ,< o jc, pref — — I — — I*o 193
100'\Vh«-l tSli 8.. 17 17 17 i n .17 ; it',
900 do Ist pr«J . 43 42 tl% 41% «H «
"20oiw lsco^sln cent: «% 31^ 8l%! 31"W jl2 .*" ,
-■■- 'A.- ..":.1n rent. 81% 83% 81% 81%«% M I
-— ! 00 pre.f — I — ■ ~ i " I «OHi &fl4 j
549.358 Total sales rai the day. 'L'nliateA. J
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
"shaTeVT" I Open- I Hl«h- j Low- j \*g
sold. I I ing. I eat. | W- I — **■_
B.o»|Amal r-opp«r....| 82H! 8»H £»*j *«*
1.720 Am Csar*ray: 3«v. : MH g i $|J4
1.720 An locomotive. 63% 64> ,£* ,22^
2.080 Am Smelting... 128S 127 26H I|«H
140 Am Sugar 138H I lW*i J£*H 1«8>
820 At Top* IF A «0J ■»• I »S5
S^ißait & 0hi0.... 112% 1«* I'2S, IKJ«
860 Bklvn R»p Tr.. 68% «T« T ,-,? i 172
lfflSS*::ii l 5l 5 % H 1 %i
ioao6>i Fuel * 1... >« t|l ™l\ »||
UWODI Fuel 4 1... 48% «J g| *f,;
•TofeTc.i.trai::::-:; fig & j^ j^
B2OLOUI. A- Nash.. 150.. 150S 14^ »W4
20(M« Central.... It P I g*
20(1 Mo X ft T^x M 5< 5^ % X*
i,^!N a V^r a ,::::| A & i g%
50 PreM#d 8t Car. . «* || if^ $g
17.8401 Reading I»* *S*
lITTORep B»ei : j I? i- il I
:i s£Hi:: M 5« «* »*
2.8W Southern rv c St g>i g* @
240 Southern 8y.... & I i i
JlkM # § i i
no i: B Rubber.... 1 1 1 1
#!I^1; i i 1 ig
«90 ' do rref ! 44* **H +--H I « *
20 Wls <>ntral....| 31%! 31 T 4 ! 3^i__fl_^,
79,<!O>"> Total sales. _.
MINING STOCKS.
■ari I Open- I I Low- j Last
sold. I I ln ? I est. I *at. | sale. _
"~i.Soft. Brunswick .» I •» | •«
2fKi ! Chollar « .15 ! -15 -»
l.f<lO J,rk POI .04 ■ 'fll ' 81
gs&^-v-i-ks .| «|
100 Portlai I 2.2|> , 2.2. 2.20 -.-■
100 sandstorm :■ ; .W ! -60 | .^0 , %
800 1 Yellow Ja-.-k i -H i - 11 ' - 11 ! - 11 .
7.200 T^ral «a!es.
WHEAT.
«;,,.« , ~ | Oppn- I HUh- I Lot- j Last
bu«h ! . | ing. I est. ( est. 1 sale.
r.7r..ono;pe* o r tion. :::: J__^^^^__^ Il _L_i^l
WALL STREET EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign houses dealt In
fi*™ shares in the local market, mostly ?al»?. In
London consols were lower and the general market
was heavy. Rio Tinto showed fair strength and
the foreign bond market was not disturbed. Min
ing stocks were we 3 k. Money is still the dominant
factor in the European market, although some
nervousness ha* been created by reports of un
favorable developments in the old Moroccan ques
tion It Is plaJn that we shall have to bid up for
cold in London to get it. as the competition for
the metal 15= keen and the Bank of England Is not
likely to hesitate about raising its rate. This
moans higher money rates here.
MARKET GOSSIP— One of the adverse In
fluences was undoubtedly the failure of the mar
ket to respond to gold imports. Traders, however,
say that it very seldom does respond to anything
but the first engagement of the kind. In past
years It has generally been found that gold imports
are apt to be a good deal discounted before they
are made. The American Locomotive pool seems
to be getting out of stock where the market will
take It, although a good deal of manipulation Is
apparently necessary- Canadian Pacific again
showed that the principal market for the stock
is still In London. It responded fully to the de
rltne there, and was practically the only stock
which did so. There has been borne profit taking
by Canadian holders, who think the advance has
been too rapid, but there are still many strongly
convinced bulls. The early weakness m Missouri.
Kansas and Texas was due to discouraging utter
ances of the president on the question of a preferred
dividend. Some authorities, however, say that
he may be obliged to conform to the wishes
of the Amsterdam holders, who are understood
to favor a declaration. A number of people
who bought Tennessee Coal and Iron on talk
of p. substantial increase In the dividend rate w«re
liquidating. Tt has been pointed out here before
that the clique trading in the stock recently has
not had the Woodward Interest behind it. although
the latter would probably not sell ?tock under fa.
In spite of whßt would be railed official details of
any intention to pay the back dividends on Repub
lic' Steel preferred, the Gates crowd are still bull
ip^ jt ThPrc is just a chance that they influence
enoU gh stock to force some financing, but the
or t>^ traders talk of manipulation to unload the
pool stock. There is no doubt that Monday's bay
ing of Steel was by two houses who took 30400
shares between them and received their orders
from trade sources. Ordinarily the professionals
would consider this goort buying, but for the mo
ment they are not bullish. They consider that U
such a block of stock could be secured without
advancing the price tt per cent there must be some
gr>r,ri unexplained selling
BANK OF ENGLAND BATE MAY ADVANCE.
-A farther rise in the open market oiscxint rstes
In 1 ondon yesterday foreshadowed, Jt was thought.
another advance in the Bank of England minimum
discount rate. The London discounts have been
hardening for some time, but the sharpest advance
was not-d yesterday. Private cable advices re
ceived by prominent banking institutions here quot
ed London discounts at S-^ per cent to 3^a per cent.
Inasmuch as the bank rate is only 3 per local
bankers to-day express themselves as believing
that the probabilities, are strong of a further ad
vance in the Bank of England rate on Thursday.
REPUBLIC IRON AND STEEL.— lnterests con
nected with the Republic Iron and Steel Company
admit that the question of caving off the back divi
dend? on the preferred stock is under consideration.
No plan has been agreed upon as yet, but it is
likely that one will be adopted before the close of
the year
GOLD IMPORTS.— Laxard Freres engag?d $1,750.
. yesterday for import, and *he National < ity
Bank engaged about $1,000,010. This -uakea nvwmid
nf $4,000,000 encased en the current movement The
North German Lloyd steamship Kronprma WUhelm.
which arrived from Europe yesterday, brought the
inaignment of geld shipped to Lazard Freres,
aggregating $625,000
I^ARGE: SALES OF IRON— 'omand for pig
iron is assuming lavje proportions. dealers report
aggregate .sales of 26,000 tons of basic, foundry and
forge iron In this market yesterday. Contiimers
appear anxious to cover •.heir wants before a gen
eral advance, resulting from higher prices of raw
material, Is made.
PETROLEUM PKICE-S ADVANCE— Reflned
petroleum in New-Tork vas advanced 25 points
lay to 7.50 c in barrels and 4.tW in bulk.
Philadelphia quotations are on a basis 5 points
lower Credit balances at Oil City were advanced
3c, to UM.
MONEY FOR SAN FRANCISCO. -The Sub-
Treasury paid yesterday to banks $223.i.XX» on tele
graphic orders against the deposit of new gold at
tlif San Frandsco mint.
CANADIAN PACIFIC— It Is anno'inrcrt in Lon
don that the Canadian Pacific has refused an offer
of J76.000.000 for its holdings of lands In the NOTth-
W DIVIDEND DECLARED -The trustees of the
Title Guarantee and Trust Company have declared
a dlTidend of 4 per cent, payable on September 30.
tr, stockholders of record on the closing Of the
transfer Mok?. on September B.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside securities was generally
milet and while a fair average number of issues
figured in the day'i totals the transactions In moal
instances were smalL The general tendency was
toward irregularity, although In si^ts there was
m( firmness. There WU a slight improvement
in American Can stocks. International Mercantile
Marine shares were fractionally lower. Seaboard
Stocks were lower. Standard Oil was down 3
points. Havana Tohaeco emmon was heavy. In
terborough Rapid Transit sold, ex dividend. 2 per
cent, and declined 1 per cent further. Heiulehem
Steel share* were steady. In ihe mining stocks
Qreena Consolidated receded fractionally. United
Copper was down V Mitchell Mining ruled firm.
In bonds Japanese 4'ijS were easy. Marine 4V»3
were off % per cc»»-
ACTIVE CURB OTOCK3.
Shares I j Open- j High- I Low. 1
»°> d - I I »nr | ett. 'w . {££
I.2oo|Am«rlean Can...: 11% ijui u^. . tu
IJIO| Ai r; 88 ce B r r *":: I U*| ft% ii*i TftS
*BM Amer TocMcc*. . r 313 . »*> »i» jao
400iAm Writ P«pw.j 4% 4* aH.( 4%
tt4»|Ara 8U«I F rts. t |i o^* 1*
Il <»o0-Chlc Subway ... tl% ga% 81% • «1H
2Wißrlt St~l pf.... «»i, ggv!' Si 2( S£
SOOlßrlt <-<.pp»r ... j »•* gg "|u !
MM>)Oba H-Jb T!r«. . 21,2 1 , 2%'
,00 OopMf ... UH ;h 11?! U%
(W> Dominion fopper 11 32 11-M' B_il\ itJS
LMOOold hi:i ..... V H' ll^w! u£
l,<J4oOr<-«n» Copper. 25%| 2514 25 iff
Or»er.» OoM ... I 4. I 41^ f »irt T^
700, Guanajuato i 414) 4%l 41! I" 1
110 Havana Totacco ! 25 I 26 | »24 ••*"
635 Houston Oil un<i, 4 I 4 1 a%i i«
I*6 Marine »13 ' 134 "13 «v
1.500; <lo pref ..:... 23%| 22% 82%' &€
800iInt RTt2% x d 21ft ; 21«% 2UI - ! 5J5
201 Vr>vi Sl Taylor pf! "lf.i^ 101% t 101%' 101V4
fOOjifackay j 41 , 41% 4t 1 41U
323: do pr*f 1 74% 74* 74% S2
Mitchell 7% 8 7% T%
1.900 Mines ir^ 0 ' %■ %' v J
600 Nor Sec ) 1M 1» 1 188 1S»
11 do stub. \ •zan tso ! iso IN
3f,0 N'w Or! Ry , 87 ' 37 ' Jff f?
50 do pr»f { "TSVi 7&% ! 78%! T8»
200 Seab-d Co lft pf; 88 : 88 ! 88 • B*
175 i do 2<l pref .... M 55 55 ' S
24 i Standard Oil .... j [ *es« ' «3 6tl I «tl
100 T»nne«see : 81 ! 82 J S3 I »
625 VSP.2d pf w 1 TO ' 7»%? 78% f 78^4
, 206 Lfah 24 24%' 24 •£?
1,400] Unttad ; 86H! 35% 85 Mfc
100 do pr-.f j 77 i 77 7T 1 T77
400 ! trash Ry * Elec: 43 43 42%' 43U
2lWeatln<th Air Brj «307 307 807 * 807
Whl'e KMpf .i M»4| 'lVi; l%\ 1^
75,000 Total. *O<3<l lot*.
BONOS.
«; .- I , Open- I H!*a- ! Loww \ Laat
S»lw. I ! Ir-r 1 e«t. ' Mt. j «aji
$1,000 *Am Writ P ss. l«Ti W^T »%i ttii
1.009 *Am 8tc«I r«s.. 81 1 81 ' 81
"Marina 4 His .... 82%' 82S ' 82% Mvt
CSOOOiVV.^ ORy 4^9'i 80H! 00%! ft>s ; «•*
7i.0n0 TotoL
FOREIGN BONOS.
! Open- I H!*h- , Low- 1 Lart
Bales! . I in*. ! est. I c«. | st>
£9.800 »Jap 4^B wI. ..I 88 T i: t»-4, BSV M%
•O-11 lots. '
CLOSING CURB QUOTATIONS.
rFurnlsh» I>jr William E Nichols *• <> . N-> 15 Wafl-et.',
811 Asked. ' BMvlikid.
Am Can 11% 11 Orir.hv Copp»r "■•» 7i»
do pr-f 701-i 71 ,H*r<.- Mead... 36 : -» 8B
Am Tob w i... 310 32. r > H. rob enrr. .24 28
Ariz Con M . 2»*i 30 ! do pnf *5 4S
Bay State Gas. 3-19 %jlnt M»r Marlr.». 13-4 13%
Be'h SCo 29Vi 80 ■ 1c pr-f 32, 32%.
do pr»f *S Sf> jlntßT. .. 2tt\ 215
Bordens C M..170 175 Lord & Tav'.or .111 119
do pref . 11l 115 | da praf 108 If*
Brit Col Copper. 8H 3«* Mackav .. 41 4r-»
Cent Flr>- . 3Hi 4 ; da p.—' ..... 74 74V»
do pr^f ..19 21 MA B Ont. U-32 13-83
Chic Subway .81 * S2 Manhat Trir.il» 2S 2\
Con Ref rig... *?^ 7-4 S V Trans 8 «IU
D» F Win? TCo 1V» 2 North ■■■■l|llM ITT ISB
Domlr.^n Cop... 6-16 % Orls Elev com... 60 63
Douglas Cop... 5 6 do pref 106 10?
Electric B^ar. .30 32 Roj- B P c0m.. .140 150
do pr-f .....TO 75 ' do pref lO* 1 110S
El-ctH- Vehicle M 20 T»nn Coppf- 33 S3
lo prel 2O 25 Union Copper... 1*» 1%
Gold Hill Cop... % 'VUr.iW Copper.. 35 8B«i
Greene dm >>p 25 2.">« dc pref ..... W 78
Greene Con GoM 4 4-n ,WK Op w 1 H r4r 4
Green* Silver. .. 5% 7 | do pref w I 1% 1%
INACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
fF*urniih»d by William E Nlchc-ls & Oa . No. 15 Wao-«t.>
Bid. A-ked Bid. Asked.
Am Bank Note. «5 75 Inter Sait 2S^ 29V»
Am Brass 115 117 ; do '• 65 63
Am Chicle 131 14>> ; Iron Steamboat.. 1 2
do pref W 1«2 |J R Stetson 2»> 2*>
Am La Ft E Co. IS 2>» do pr<?f 145 1«>
do pref .....50 — Lans Montoype.. 18 2O
Am Pres? Abso.lOO 105 Mains S 5 17 20
Am Sen Furnit. 4 H Mergenthaler ...180 200
do 6s S« «■"> N T 4 N J Tel. 171 174
Am 6oda 2 4 Old Dominion. . ..US 125
do l»t pref. . .65 75 P Eesa ALE... 48 7*
do 2d pref .. . S 14 . Pope Manuf . . . « S
Am Thread pf.. 4H 4ii do Ist r- a f ••■ 20 23
Am Typeffln*.. 34 37 ' do 2<i pr«f . 22 23
do pref P7% 100 Pratt & Whit r'l 1"S
Am Writ P pf.. 34 L 31 Procter &■ Gam. 390
do 5.« 88 *«> do pnf 202 21"
Auto Heat pf . . S8 92 .Ratlway Auto... 1 4
Celluloid 130 13* . do pref M 1»
Cen Fir-work!.. 1« 2"> iSafstyCHt L .290 —
d o pref «7 71 ISecurltl=s Co 4s. 5* «S
Cbesebronsh 44<"> 4*> Simp CraT C 0 . .. — 2*
Con Rub Tire 4s. 29 32 Singer Mfg Ca>. .625 675
Den f Wi>pf. 72 — | Stand Coupler... 30 4 '
do ft? K'l * — iStand Mil! C 0... S% »^»
Easrern S 5. ... 55 fiO i io pref 33 35
Empire Steel.. 9 S ; d-> 5s 81 s2s 2
do pref 3S i 2 Swift &Co 108 1U
Gorham pref. ...120 — Treaiati Pot 20 22
Hall Signal H P0 : do pref 9» 1^
H B <^!af!in I<V5 — j do ctf? '•'• 7*
do lat pnf... PS e?VTmw Directonr .40 m
do 2d pref. ...100 — Ca Tvpewr!t«r. <3 *A
Herr- Hall-Mar . Vi 1H; do Ist rref . ..'IS 121
do lrt pref... 23^ 2? do 2d pr-f 115 113
do 2d pref ..3 5 'V 8 Envelope... 2S^t —
Inter E!evatln«r. 55 A"! i do pref «6 W
Inter Power pf 120 ISO (Woftß Pump 115 130
NEW-YORK AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
("Furnished by WtlHam E Nichols A Co.. Noi 15 Wa!l-ft 1
Bid. Asked. ! Bid. AJk*l-
Am Lt * TT-... &>■? X-Ara Con 55.. .111% 11J
do pref 104 W« IN H O stock 47 s»>
Binr Oas 65....*!>3 - 1 V T&QEL &P 5S JO
Cent I* Gas 35. '107 »109 ' do pref 85 80
Col Gas Co 5fL.308% 104% N V & Rtch 3f> —
DGEIstCSs.. <H B8 N"r V Ist 5s JM WJ
do stock .. M «1 Ohio ft IG*... 24 33
Eg Ist Con 55.. 104 118 'lo stock 2 4
Ft W Gas 1-0 St. 40 — .Standard 125 184
0 R G L, Co f s *iot 103 do pref HO ISO
Ind Gas 6e... .104 H* : do 5s *lli> lit
do stock .....00 70 I Syracuse 3e 101 —
L, &W v G fie- 52 83 81 Joe- G ss. . .. •»■ M 0
Mutual Co 279 200 St P Gas 5s . . r '<H I* 1
N T-"i E Rlv jwestch Lt«rSs..llo 112-*
Ist S5 1944. .10SH 111H do pref stock-. 7.1
d.-. con *■.'-.. los 2^ -- I
•And interest.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid Asked ' Bid. AaiWdi
Bklvn F stock . 2l2 l ■ NT*N FC 5s .107 110
Hob F»r Ist Ss.lfiS 111 : 10&23 SF Im*ss |1 *4
do stock 9S 102 NY 4NJlmg 5s 80 83
NY* ER F Bth 7O 75 VF of NT&B etk 2* 2.
do Ist mtg ss. 75 *3 |
1
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES
Reported by Clinton Gilbert. N-v. 2 'Wa::-3t.)
Bid. A-ked. Bid. Ayi»4
Alliance Rltv. 125 1?O Sfaahattaa .... 4.5 OCO
Am Surety Co. 19i> 200 Mer-ant — •«»
Bankers 500 — .Metropolitan... «20 —
E & Mtg QCo 4A5 420 , lfr g Bor.d Co.. lg 1»
BewUn* Oreea 217 -i — jjpcfa .gg -
Broadway . . . . 1« — . atutnal 120 l? 0
Brooklyn .... 415 480 : Mutual AlHanca 210 »
Cas Co Of Am. 135 - Nas:au - - 275 S»
CtatnJ 2.200 2.250 K»t Buretr Co. 120 l»
cln KltvCo.: 158 IM NT L I-. & T I.MO 1/-40
City Inv C 0 . .. 106 —I XVMtri^J 1M laS
CPlonla'. 400 410 » I Tn* OK. 730 •»
Commonwealtli — »5 1 Pec-pies •■•-■•- f;5 "T
Empire TT Co. 240 Real Est T Co. 525 —
EqultaMe- — 635 ißealrv asso. . . . ITO 13^
Flatbwh . ... . »0 - - I Co of N T ISO
Frankilr. .... M 5 855 Tr Oo o( Am... » iMO
GuarTrC^.... o*o 009 iUnion : 400 ljqo
Guardian 22f» 230 United Stares... l.S9O —
Hamilton . 3.V - \V S «•«*-"■ SS? -
Home Tr Co .. 17" — ' I SM &• T 00. PlO —
Hud'-n R-altr 170 _ irfTOjUCoIS l»
j£r ta *T» 34<> ir^ : _ » 2
Long I L.« T. 3>'O Sl*
NEW-JERSEY SECTJBniIi.
BONDS.
"Revlsfi dal'.y by J. Thomas Retnhardt. No 15 »*^ >
Bid. A*** 0 *
American Dock Imp Co 5. 1921. J*J - . - U=^ W
Ber Turnpike Co Ist s!.*'l. J * J- • • I> _
-S l^ T^r^is^ ii» m-.-n::::j§* »«
do iron ss. 1031, J 4 -' • !<2! < 2 _
k SitmTri' Ught H4P > o ?s.? s. 1938 JftJ-- -»• "
I El*c III _Cp tP»tere«*> IM «tv 1»U. J • *JJ"
do gen ss. 19» J&P .. ••;.,, 'Si JO*
XUa. PI Cta J« R> l*j »s. ttW J-v ■; « L
Ehwbeth 4 Rar-tan Stre-tPtyrer. fts MM . » ,„
Essex Passenger R R con os. 1W»- * > ' lW
Gas ft Elec Co of Berg Co Ist ss. 1948. J4 D '«J *,«
do ss. 1954. M• N ■••;•; »* ••
Hackensa.-k Water Co Ist 4s 196 J. J*/ ■ 7^ itf
Hobok^n Ferry Cto Ist %**?"+**£ 113 -
Hcbok-n Land « Imp Co 5e- 1910 MAN - \* jy
Hud*^n County Gas Co Ist 5s »^-« *N • " S S
Jersey City Electric Light Co 6s. 1908 •••••■; 'i.'^ TJ
Jersey City. Hob 4PR> Co 4s. 194^ M& N • «i
Jersey city & Ber« R B 1« 4-s. 1»43. 3 4 J jStf.'ii
•Lehlgh V«!lfy T-rminal 5» A ft 0... 15%-
•Long iwk. Erie R B 6s. 1935. A 4 O lg \
MMdlesei 4 Somerset Traction ss. 1850 i5%-1»»*
•Midland R R of N J «•. 1810 A & O i^%»»
•Morris A- Es«ex Int 7s. 1014. M 4 N ...... Jgw J*
<Jo con 7b. 1915 J 4 r> - -„-_. 11l 111
Newark Con Gas Co con 6s. 194?. J4 t> . »" 5
Newark C.a» Co Ist «9 1!H4 v Q--J V•• j 11JH tl*»
NVwd.k Passenger R R .on Ss. l*st\ Jft J J^ -
New-Bruns Ught. Heat Pnw C ■■, 4s. IM* .^ .-.
• New-Jer,ey ANTE R«s 191« s : * N IS -
Ne»-.'?r»ev Zinc Co Ist 4«, 10W. Aft O- J.J^ _
•N V i Sr>eßwood Lake sa, 1W«. M» S - - ■• }»£ ,j»
N T « Hobekea Ferry Co den V I»4* .T *P iw «°*
•Ny •N 3 Ferry Co 2d U 2**^J »J ■• v hS» -
NY4 X 1 Telepboae Co Ist ss. 100. M 4* ' " 9
Nt* S T Wnter Co Ist Cs. Ml T 4 A ,103 —
N V Ruth ft Sub Oa« Co corn *>. 10"- «*s- ■» w -
•N T S-is A Western Term 5». 184 S. M* N --Jg jtf
North Hudson Co By Ist «s. 1914. J * J jO.j 0 . —
do (ten 5». 1940. A * <> •• • ■ 100-; •—
North Hudson LH * P OCo0 Co ft*. 1«H Af O '«?* ff
North Jer*-v 81 Ky Ist 4s. 184*. M * <■■ _ J, Ml
Oranse ft Pamic v«i Rv Ist R». 19SJ«. J * •■» •"J *
1o eon 5» 1<»C8. J4 J • ' " " lS "^'
do *xt 5». 1854. M 4 M ■—•■;„ 108 -
PassaV- IJKhtlnit Co l*t 5». I»2S. M 4 > ■ 106 % —
do nen 5«. lAI7. J 4 J • • 9*4 —
FasMlc Water Co lM 4». 182l>. At O ;|W
Pass»tc Cas I.!«ht Co l«t **. 1»22 lW —
Paterson Ry ,-.> Isi fls 180S \ I J>- ,'£ -
Paterson Ct«v By Co Ist «s. I»C7. F* A ■ jy, -
do con fli MM. J * V» 10» •"'■**'*^
do 2d 6a 1904. A4»• , - iL'iaOS io*% "*
Patere-vn E«ietrib UcM '\ lft ,*L 18W '" J» -
Paierion Ga« IJght Co Ist ss, 1908 -■ ■ "11111111100 rj
Pat erwn * P»s dE Co e«n 5; ._ 184». i* j\«'' • l«f _
Paterson ft Pas OE Co c^n 55._ 1»4». «• ■• ioa _
rialnfleld Qas 4 E Oo Ist 5». 1811. J * •»

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