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Bankers and Brokers.
William P. Bonbright & Co,
BANKERS
Members New York Stock Exchange
New York, 24 Broad St
London, 16 George St, Mansion
House, E. C.
Colorado Springs, Colorado.
IRedtismsil&Ce.
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
LETTERS OF CREDIT
33 Pine St.. New York
The statistical data on stand
ard bond issues contained in
our current circular gfivo it a
permanent value for reference
purposes.
ON' REQirEST.
N. W. HALSEY & CO.,
BANKERS,
49 Wall St., Nov. York.
Philadelphia. Chicago. San rrnncjseo.
"CHICAGO & NORTHWESTERN"
RIGHTS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
SCHMIDT 6* GALLATIN
111 BROADWAY.
I CURB STOCKS 1
*» American Can
Arlzpe
Balaklala
Bay State Gts
i Send Britlan Col. Copper
i as the I'nii" ar.d London '.
names Chicago Subway
' of anx Cobalt Central
Cl'liß Oi'.usa-Leonard
STOrKS Camberland-Ely ';
in which Davis-Daly
you are Dominion Copper ■
int«rr«t«><l Doug-las Copper
■ad our Furnace Creek
KTATIS- Oreena Cananea
i TICAL Greene Copper i
i DFP\RT- Greene Gold-Stiver
' Mm Glro-jx _ i
,VIU, V IU Manhattan Transit i
kwp you McKir^pj-Darraga I
! n.lvl«fsl Mlomac ;
j of the Mitchell !
; latent Nevada-Utah $
rievrlop- Newl.ouM Mining i
merit « Kiplraing 3
nithont Haven T
char « Silver Leaf i
1 Silver Queen j
Trinity «
Utah-Ape* i
'VJ^'- Kn»>> 8
f J. Thomas Reinhardt ]i
m '■•■ Excbanpe I'l. 19 Wai] Street M
||^ PIRETT WIRE TO BOSTON CCRII ■
> riRFTT wir.r TT r ' BQSTns ' ; itr. J
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS foi Ilv.
Tribune received it their Uptown Offic, No .364
Broadway, between "Cth and *'.ih bis., until $ o'clock
p. m. Advertisements received at the •■•••in if branch
offices at regular office rales until S o'clock p. in., via.:
254 Itfa aye., s. c. cor. C"d rt.: H. 3 Cth ay., cor. 12th
«.; 92 East 14th st.: ZZ~ V.'t-it «Sd st.. between 7th and
Eth area.; Z'l West 115 th ■-• ; JC3K Id aye.. between
*<ith and 77th ?ts. : 10:<S 3d ay« di sr «l«t irt :
DOUBT DE BEEES STORY.
Local Diamond Dealers Don't Be
lieve Offices Will Be Brought Here.
The announcement made this week In a Jewllers*
trade Journal that the famous De Beers Consoli
dated Mines. Limited, were c-onsMerlng moving
their selling offices From London to tins city, caused
much comment when brought to the notice of lead-
Ing diamond importers in tins city. None of them.
however, believed that the diamond syndicate would
do this. The move was Bald to be contemplated to
enable the syndicate to evade the Knslish income
tax, which is enormous. As tne situation stands,
the company's profits are subject to v double tax.
amounting to more than a hundred thousand pounds
sterling in London and an e-rja! amount in Capo
Colony. The English authorities are trying to col
lect back taxes from the syndicate amounting- to
more than seven hundred thousand pounds sterling,
which the company hopes to sett for about half
that amount.
At the last meeting of the De Beers shareholders,
at Kimberley, Colonel D. Harris, the chairman.
ea!d. after describing the present income taxes as
Iniquitous: "If the london office were closed to
morrow it might Inconvenience the English and
Continental Shareholders, and would certainly de
crease the company's purchase of mining machin
ery and supplies in England, which amounted to
£450.000 for the two years ending June 30 last, but
it would not make the slightest difference to our
mining: operations.
The London office, which is a source of expense
to the company, is cf come service to the English
and Continental shareholders, and is of great
Importance to English manufacturers and mer
chants, but It would be too expensive a i,,,;,-,. to
prolong Its existence at a cost of over £103,000 per
annum to shareholders. Considering that America
purchases more than one-half our diamond out
put. as against one-si] cr nsumed In England it
would be quite feasible and not bad business for
the company to move the London office to <:v
A resolution calling the attention of the Colonial
conference to th. ? uix and advising that the pay
ment of the income Lax bo removed was ailoptfd
and the question of moving the selling offices from
Iwondon was poetpom-d until after the meeting of
the Colonial conft-n-nce
Ludwlg Nissen. one of the lending importing
Jewellers In the city, said yesterday that ho did
not 1 1 Here the selling offices would be move 1 He
pointed out that while Arm-rica undoubtedly does
buy the greater share of the diamond ouu>ut of
South Africa, It buys practically only the finished
output. a:.<; not the rough diamond, In which t he De
Beers pyndicate deals. He said thut the London
office was practically absolutely necessary to the
De Eeers people, because of Us proximity to the
Netherlands, Belgium and Switzerland, where the
stones are ground.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The follo-ains ehiwa yesterday's cloiinp quo
tations for govornir.c-nt bond.3, compared with
Wednesday's:
—Fob. IT— —Feb. 14.—
Bid Ask*;!. Bid. Asked
IT. P. 2». r*«lstered. 1830 Hir.% J(»;,\ |os% 106
U. 8. 2s. coupon. 1930 J'Ki I.*1 .* HiS',* 105 "4 liif.
U. 6. Bs. resist-:- 1&0S I<Kl\* |OS I<)2\ 103%
D. B. Bs, coupon. IW»S 102 1-*1 -* ltia 102% I(>3V»
V. S. Ss, email bonds 102 I,*1 ,* — I<;2 : *
V. 8. 4f. reelstered. l»07 . . 10114 101 1014 102
V. 6. 4* coupon. 1901 101 •» 101% lOlhk 103
V. B. 4s. reslstered. 1828. .. 1251 130 J29 130
.I-'. S. 4H. coupon. lif2s L2S^i 130 l^t 13<»
Panama Canal 2«. registered. IOS^ H>4«i XCiii
District of Columbia S-«Bs 114 J s 11.%' 3 'U'- lISVs
Philippine 4a IO&'j — lOUVi —
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, Feb. 14, 4 p. m.— The market for Ameri
can securities was strong. Final quotations follow:
LonSon N. Y. N. T.
A«eonei C 155, '^T 1 - < 298% *— *£
AtChliOß •■•••■ 106 10«S 104S 4- £
C»na/Hsn Pacific I<J2'4 IM% 185 4-iii
:gt P»ul IW.V, 131 u »% +1H
, Erie 38V, 17 80? I 2
Co Ut pref 72*4 70 S»ls + g
- Illinois C*r.traJ ICS 1««> 4 la » liv
Jxrj!» * Nash 1404 I:UJ'4 ||(U — 2
X T Central 134 130 12»H + 14
I-ennsylvaiila CB : i 1.13 U2U X 2
Re»«lng 64Ti 125% 125«4 +2
Boutfaeru Pacific '.t'i'i K% (8 I J
K nl i o Pacific 182% IT'i 7*7 * 170 4- 2
V S 6te«l 47** 46>4 M v m
«<» pr»f 10SV* IBS lUS' A _ ft
FOREIGN MONEY MAKKKT.-Call money in
London. 4WSS per cent. Open market discount rat«
for short bills. 4Ti per cent; long bills, 4?; percent
Berlin discount rate. 44; per cent. Paris discount
rate. 2% per cent. Paris exchange on London 25
francs 2G% centimes. Bar gold. 77s 9'id. Berlin ex
change on London. 20 marks 62,4 pfennigs
FOnniON BECURITIES.-Britlsh consols for
money, 85%; for the account. 1-15. French rentes,
W p-ancs f> otnUmcs, .
SECURITIES PRICES LOWER,
EARLY. ADVANCES FOLLOWED BY GENERAL SELL
ING MOVEMENT.
Commission Houses Not Active Factor — Sterling Exchange Lower —
Call Money Up.
Closing prices of stocks dealt In, with net
changes, follow:
AKIE-Chßl C 0... I.v, — »i!Markny Co r? ■ • . 70 , -
do • .. • 37'j + %|Mexicaa Central. -* 4 —a »
•Anil •' ■: i ..T...11.T<* -V', MBP A 8 S M.121 4-
Am •<-•-.--■-« I ; pref....... .148 + £
Am C & K.'.r-.. *3% — % Mo Kan A Tex.. 4<>U — «
Am Cotton Oil.. ?."'% —Hi '■ ■ [jref ><£* ~o *
•Am Ice Becur.. 83 - - Missouri Pac 83% — '*?
•Am Locomotive 73"i — % Nat Biscuit M — »
Am Maltlns 3>-i — Nat E & 9t... I^. + %
•Am Smelt 144 —v* •:<•■■'. I^a-1 ,■'-;- —Is
•do pr«f 114 —** flo jpicf •■■ 1 , ~T7i
Am Steel Pdry" B% — NRft of M pf.. 66* -„>
Am 8u5ar....::i34T4 —Hi (So itd pref. ...» +2^
<j o prof 180H —4 N V Air Brake.. l3l —j»
•Am Wool 821? -1- UN '• Central 128% — Hi
•Ar.acon.la 292 — C'-j'N VNII & H..1R3 —
AT& S F 104 —-VN rf & West.... S6U —|4
do pref 89 — % -Jo prof 82 — H
At Coust 1ne..J22 North*- American.' MS +J»
Bait & 0h!0....1Ut-4 — HlNorthern Pa 0....183 . — ,7
Upth Steel 16 : s +H' do rcta »•* pa •!•>•' 4 —it
Bklyn Hap Tr. . 74% — SJOntarlo Sliver ■• „' * — •»
BWyn L'n Gaa..l2lVi - !'■ Pacific Mall .... 34| ? —
Canadian P.ic.lSr. - % Perm lUllroad.V.l3lH — »
Cent of N J 2fO +1 \Veo Ox- C »l —"•
Cert Leather... 3<3 —1 rC C & .- ; * L...- <* -—-
Ches * 0hi0.... r. i■ * —•: Pitts Coal rf : " . +, *
Chic & Alt pf.. >".' : i - 4 Pressed Btl Car., .:■* — 1H
Chic «• Gt W. 16 --■. Pull Pal Car.. ..171 — *
flo pr«f a 71« i +25 *Ry Steel Spring-. 53 — ?2
CM& St P HP', — Vim"'-'- 1 "* '"Ii — ■ »
do rr-?f 168U +1 do 2d pref .:-... 00 .^ -
do rref Ist pd.l4H - *Bep Iron & Stl. .-'j — %
CA n W 168 — 1 I do rr'f ... »4 — 2
do rights !•:•„ — Hlßork lplnnl — '»
Chi,; TTr pf. .. 22 — "-, St L. <- S F Ist. . 0. + H
Col Furl i i... 4e>4 —1 I fio 2<'i ■• "• ' 44; — r,
Col & South !W% St Louis Bouthw. 23* —%
do Ist pror... «T% +•. do pref ■ "■> —I*
do 24 pref.r.. So\ Bears Roebk pf.. MU + 'i
C A H C ft 1.. 34% — Vi Sloss-Shetf I},T — at
Conaol Gas 18»H +6% Southern ■.!■•.... "i-+ — °*
Corn PR C 0... 2S'4 — '•« <1" T^cf «•"» — f
do ri"<-f . 874 — >4 1 Southern Ry... I'^-j — l'k
Pel & Hud50n.. 214% -- 'i! do pref 53»4 — —
Den & R 0 '■'> — %iTrxn* A Tur '••_> , — *
do rr^f 7MI — U Toi By & !a .. . 8.4 — ,*>
TUt Pea Cor ... Tfl- —1 T . •'. A- W pf.. 51% — %
Erie ... 83% —% Twin City R T.. 103 — 1
do Ist pref TO + HUn Dag .<i I* •'* —J*
do 21 pref 614 4- »■«! do pr/'f r; —,3, 3
FM* Fm rf.. P4'» —■„ Unloa Paclflo l"' x » —/•
TpdPral Sugar., M —2 I do pr^f. p1 - x
do pref Hi il'n By Invest. ■'" - - ;
Gen T.>r Co Kv> —1 do r rr-f ««H —:*: *
Oranhy Con .160 — «;iT' SR * Imn P-'i -* 1 *
Gt Northern r>M rs —2 1 1' B I'.«"d .*.- R 27 +1 ■
do praf ctfs.! 70 — 1 If 9 Rubber ... Pl '4 — '«.
Ir.'-Mt-- .•..' —1 do Ist rr«f..;.107 T 4 4- *♦
do r>r»f 72 j do 2d prnr ■' ■ '» + 'i
In' rarer 17 —%TJ 8 Pr«<-1 •>•'■'> — %
do r ref W54 — ! do ■■"" 101% — >
Int Pump S3 — HilVa nr ("hem B4V» — *♦
lowa Central 2514 — WVnhaih 1 r > ; « — '"»
do nrpf 4fl —% 1 do pr»f 82 — 2V»
ICnr City Bo rf- B» — l'4lW ft T. ES 1-H —*«
Ix>:il« *■ N>-h. .1...; — 114 do Ist pr»»f '- : i — %
Manhattan Elev.l4ll — | do 2>i pref 18% + U
Mackay Co 7n»J — Til
•Unlisted.
Closing prices of actlvo bonds df-alt n. vrith
net changes, follow:
Japan 6s i»s 4- 4 lint-Met m* PI — U
do 4V.K ... (>3* t 4- 4N ii Pac 4«. .. 103 - >
Am Tob 4- ... . 784 — '• St L.& »F ref 4s R2J4 — >i
AT*«F ccnv <s.lf>44 —*4 So Ry Ist 8»....1124 4- Ji
pH T l- P0 -'Ie B Bte*l Bs ... 00 +4
Chic T1 4- Q4«.. »3 — '4! "■**«*> T> B» rtfs.. .0 — I.*1 .*
Con Gag .leb Ss 139 -f4 i V,"ls Cer.t p-'n -1«. »>S — '»
D & H ci ny 4».lor>H — Ul
STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS.
Hlpber prices for Ai ' ln t>lo
es In
shaping; the course of valu< early trading
on the local Exchange, but the lmj rovement waa
not maintained beyond the first hour
ward movement felling to atl
support from the substantial speculativ*
ests or buying for pul 11 : acco 1 it. In the 1
part of the rest of the day tl
in the
many of th« active It
cent and more, with tho most
Pacific Missouri Pacific, Pennsyh
Reading. Union and Southern Pacll
affected by the declaration of the semi-annual
dividends at the rates established six 1
ago— namely, 2^4 per cent for South
and 6 per cent for Union Pacific, U
on Union Pacific being made 1".
the extent of 3 per o
Investments to the ex)
declarations were In line ■
■ ad their failure to attract bu;
shares com rned ■
• Pa< Iflc, as a 10 per cent
stock, oughi to be s< lling far i urrent
imlng that the I will be
permai the fact
1 ever since th(
g the pla of the •
cent basis
of the company ■ to 1
rate, which at the time of Its declai
not ai>provcd of by the t rr: >-
Uve financial interests.
: . ■ the lowest, but there
little life in the final trading and no Indi
cation of good support.
Tint the Bank of Engl
demand for gold from the United ?■'• i 1■; Is re
in the decision of the governors of th«
Institution not to reduo
discount in the face of an •
weekly return. Figures pros nted at the week
ly u-.< ■ 1 •-• iportion of
liability of 50.29 per ■
with 45.92 per <■< nt al this time
the di! t 1 I per cent, aga
i maintain
ing the rate therefore at the I
cates an intention on the part of the bank to
exercise every precaution at :t time when both
United Btat< nth America are In
the market for the precious metal. Sterling ex
change at this centre was weak yesterday
under the influence of a pressure of bills against
London purchases of our seer at the
actual position of tl market did not
suggest the probability of the adoption
...s by local bankers to attract
. this side 'if the ocean. U
for tl. •• Importation of the mi tal there will be no
■ difficulty In securing consignments from
market, Inasi : ' >* country
le ci 1 dit balan< . which
is beii
r foreign
Is mor
ported, and, In addition, .
pean speculators are taking advan)
low prices prevailing here to ai spe< il
lative accounts In American rails, the steels
and coppers, which, it \? believed, will yield
handsome profits in the course of the next few
owing to the pres ence In the
■ m< ;•• aggressive bull party, whose transactions
are based on the theory that liquidation has
been completed, that some currency r
vre will be adopted by Congress before ad
journment, that there will be no reaction In
trade of a harmful character and that with the
end of the present Congress the publlo will be
more willing to come into the securities mar
kets.
Reports received from the iron and steel trade
present no r<?ison for discouragement over the
future position of the industry. Then* has been
no development that might lead to the conclu
sion that profits will be less in the current year
than In 190 C, while the same thing may be said
of tho copper industry, In which prices for the
metal are governed by actual trade conditions
rather than by speculative manipulation. Cop
per Is selling at -j cents a pound, compared with
IS cents at this time last year, and the chances
an- that the quotation will go higher before any
material reaction sets in, owing to tho world
wide demand for the metal and its great scarcity
in the- chief distributing centres. Coppar shares
on the Stock Exchange us industrial Investments
may b« selling as high as some conservative
estimates of the worth of these securities allow,
but It U a noteworthy fact that tho stock* ar*
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1907.
being- accumulated by the largest "Wall Street
interests at presen tflgures, and prices mfcch
abovo the current quotations are predictor!, espe
cially for Anaconda. On all advances Amalga
mated and Anaconda meet with a good selling
supply of these stocks, which have been bought
at cheaper figures, but these stocks are going
into strong hands, and It is not unlikely that the
absorption of the floating supply eventually will
lead to better levels for both Issues. United
States Steel preferred also Is being absorbed,
and as a consequence the amount of It available
for speculative purposes Is growing less, while
Its position as a permanent 7 per cent invest
ment Is becoming more firmly established. In
the last five weeks there has been a steady In
vestment buying of this issue, the most note
worthy feature of the movement being tho pur
chases of small lots for people of moderate in
vestment means. Call money was firmer yes
terday,! and bankers express id the opinion that
higher rates might be expected. The decline In
sterling exchange suggests the probability of our
bankers securing some of tho South African gold
which will arrive In the London market Monday.
Local banks have not been heavy losers to tho
Sub-Treasury this week, but there Is little like
lihood of a favorable bank statement to-morrow.
Secretary Shaw's offer to buy government 4 per
cent bonds of 1907 is met ting with little response
from holders of these issues.
BOND MARKET SALES.
800 . Japanese Ca 90%] 1000 Con Tob ■(■. 78
•;: ■-'•' ,io 2.] on !<»k> do 7854
20000 do 4-h IK( s i 1.-.<« MD& II Convt 4s. I.""."'-,
500 dn . . I."!*! .""■■<> ... 103H
1000 do :•::"» M"-o ,I,> 10SH
1000 do 5m1.. ....... IM 21100 ill V'~i\
G4IWO fio '.'i"Mi 5000 Dl»t Beo Cor 3s;v. 80S
1000 do 2d '••■• ■ >• ■«i E r i 9 i»t con 43... 07' i
fWXK) do :*>v! I«*h> <io <Un 4* *<"> ; i
IKSOO do 00\ C'HiO d.> Convt 4s A . . !**%
14r»n> do 4a MNt 20000 do WH
f.f««> do 3. MM SOOO do f X.\
.".(•••) do si-,; 2000 111 CSt It D!r.Bs. TR»i
8O0i) n.»r of Cuba r.fl..i<':!-r.iic>'«) int-Met 4»..s BIK
600 US of Mcx 45.. 03 ! COOO do 81h
l!M«t Tcnn Sett 8a lfi%! 29000 do L l
10000 Adams Xx 4" 1"-'-.; 2000 Ir.t « Gt N 23 09*4
6000 Am II & L i!h... (¥»V4 2OTOO Ir.t I'apf-r Ca I<i<!\
l.v«» Am 100 pee os.~. W<% fiOOO do J"''j
1000 Am Tobacco 0».;llO'4 8000 I. S g, M Ho Z'.ii. 'M
fjin.» do 4* 7B»i l<»-« do I>e* 4s !>7V»
ftiKiO do 75fc ■ ■-• I^n & \V H Ot-1
H-iO A T .<■ S P AIJ 44" SI3F.IOOH
4- SWpd 01% 1000 I. & N" Unit <■ .~ 1004
r,Ort dn ■■■:: -IF ....!■;. Uh.O dn 100
lfiiiOi) do 10l«i 2>MX> Man Con 4« l»x> L 4
SOOO do Convt 4a.. . 1i».Vi. 8000 MSt Ry <!"n Bs.lOnVi
inioi»O d lOSViI mxhi Mcx Cent ''on 4a. RB»4
12T>«O do 103H 2-100 MI.S ft W 1«t.~.122H
B'KXk» do 1"4 7 » i'_i»»> M A M M I* fi».-.10(l"4
10UH) do 104H113000 do l«t' Con 6S.T.IHU
4HO") At Coast ■!«! «W* 7000 M .t Ht I- Ist ltof
21100 D & O Gold 4!>..1i'1% 4s P
2v,«h» do i<'i'.! ,?on,-> ,] re;
7--"> <io Swn «'--».. . I">V ."i>f>> Mo Tar- 4* l»0
liki'l l>och «'r»fk 4s r. 102*4 0000 N C & St L, Ist
17<""> Ukln Rap Tr 4s. HIH4I Con r,H tISH
4ITO--0 d ." Ffti-.'l'iVW Ny C Gen 3V.i1.. f!',
M»PO do ••!»■„ 1 1000 N V C A St L 4s. 103
lim"h> do SO : BiVK) Norf & ; W,Con 4»; OT%
SKIO d> Hold r.s 1»7 lil'HVi do !>T".
|«'«( Can Ha 1«.» r.s. .-.11)0141 7«o<»> do 1W
8000 <~- nt Oa Con sa. 110 ! Ui'*«) Nor Tao Prior 45.10H4
.••>» ■<) C<;;t Vermont 43 BOH .IS •■ <> do 1"! S
r<«»> do ■ > - T »! WV» do ... Mi's
wioo .;.. Wi% r.<vn do i<>r»
ro«W> Cent Leather us - ns\ lonno ,!■. 1" 1 :
1000 do •.''-■ l,! in ■ <* Oro Ph r. Vt
M«i> (- of X J Urn "i.UV. I lm4> do Orrl P..'f 45. . !>*
IV.ft ,;,, 820F.1254 .',<>' M.I :>:\
r"i«> do V.fK 12.'.',! 10(u» do 03%
.""-<»< C.-rt Pao Gtil i*. '■>$ ! ]<«»» do 04
mxi.i do IW\4 10000 r^r.n Convt 3Hs.. !'•■;
r-<«» r ,<:• r> r.,n r,f . .u.'.-i'33o.v» .>.. 8H« 1913 '' :;! »
2000 Chlo *EJ Ist r.5.11!i5; r.'Vt do 03
•_•'■■>■> <■ ft W t Cm 4s. :i7 T »:ifV«^ IV., A: i: Ir.e 7"
•_.i,,«. cm, Hf_QJt as i'-VV -..'.I Urndlng C,,. n 4v. !W
niV>o do !>•"•'»! ""f«» .!.p '.'T\
i;;O(V> do Pf> li(i(«'«> d.> 0"! i
\f<O do K*ir l'l\l 1000 St I. 1 Mt & So
U-n do I!'. My 4n..K".V Ref 4« "7
1«V» do »V4s 02 22000 Stl.ftti P Il^f ♦« - .'
ICOO do !»•'> .".^« 1<.3 I ."(«■»■» d >-"'»
lf«a» Jo lien I>!v 1«. I»W';' 1000 f:t I- Swn l-"t 4^.. !Wl4
1000 CHI & P Gen ' ••'-*> Po I'.ir ('I Tr 4.. *•••',
4-. 100V1 24*»O<> South Ry Ist r.5..111">
in.'w do 100 HI T-000 do ...'. U'-'U
2«vo do 11.-f 4h !•! '.I'- in U2'i
l'tfirt d.i !'1 f >. lik.O T C I H P" H
O^ioo do •.!-.: Cn Kirt
r^inn do Rn 4a 7>i i <Vm>o fn Pnc l»t 43.0.101%;
2000 Clev CC& Bt L 120 m ,-.o l"J'j
Orn 4s I'M 1 2<iOO I" S Tt A lin;. .".«. !>'J
11--«v> Col Ind :■- '" '-'.run 0 f R Sti-tl H F .'.s J»'>
If«^ CM Mid Ut 4».. T2HJ2r^iO do !*'»
r'»i» cr,n Gas Deb rs.V.v. 7000 dn '■•'*
PfiOO do V. ■*•';•' :«i«i I'lnh & Nortli "».!!>"!
r.'Tv> dr isn ' n«.i w.ir.ns'i i-t r« nm
<~<r*v> <". 1 l?.«Hl3norto rto Dob D Ctfs.T.TOS
14^>f>O Aa 137 12^000 do 7"'.
7<AO i!i 137Vrl 7<hiO do 7'"
2WOO An ISHUlllonO do ? rifs Ret 4* Xt
I<WXV> i:s ] "i^i \i-rh TMliw T 2d.. 20*1
Umftft <!o I.'> ! i' RoftO Win C'-nt Orn 4i«. »S«4
65'^^ d> ..130 In*-*) d> *S
Total r,n\ft% nf bonds. t1.704.500.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONBY MAUKF.T.- Money „n f-all opened at 4
ror c>nt: hiph^st. f> per cent; lowest, 3 p.'r cent:
rlopinp. 3 per cent; last lonn, o p^r rent; ruling
rate, 4 per cent. Tlnv> money yrna i\\ioto(l nt rp^T'.'i
pf-r cent for pixty rtays to'four months ariil r, : _.';.'."t
per rent for flvo nn<l f.lx innntlis. Commercial paper
was quoted at GfiOU ptr r<-nt for sixty t>> ninety
flays nri'i four month?i aiifi fj'.'. por cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.'--The foreign exchaifise
market oji^noii weak, at a <l>fllno of nhcmt 10 points
in sterling to 4.S'r)of<l.&|i/. for domaml, 4.80&@J.5040
for sixty day Mils nnd 4.8315©4.83 a() for mblos. Short
fr"nrs -wore quoted nt r..20"i loss S-32, and short
reiebsmarka nt 017-l'> lrss 1-32S'M7-I<J plus 1-32.
R!!!'! were offered ratl i v fr<?f!y during the first
hour. Tho market fell tr. 4.8425^1.8440 after the
opening on 1 ![-.■•■ offerings of stork bills, but these
were floon absorbed, and in Hie afternoon tho mar
ket rallied quite smartly, gaining 10 t-. 13 points
from tho lmv level, At 1:16 i>. m. demand Merlinpr
was quoted at 4.84%@4.8455. sixty days bills at
4.5r>::5Te1.5045. and cnblos ■■„-. francs
vrprr) about D.2fi 5H5 H less 1-IG, and short rolchsmarks
Ot T-lctllil 7-10 plus l-ui'. Actual closing rates follow:
Cableii. KUlit. Flxtydayn.
Ptf-rlin? 4>r.]«) 4 fi4"»';' 4.S4'i 4»t l i.[ J.ROH
Francs C.SdS 8.21»i«»5.2<)H 8.2^%(55.23ii
Relehamarka... !'4' a 04 7-100 ■■; , 11-lOOU.I la-lfl
Guilders — ::■' 15-100 40 8011-10(330 13-10
•Less 1-10.
Hunkers' posted rates were as follows:
Kitty tya. Demand.
Sterling 4.81H (k'.ii,
Germany r.'l-;lieniarks •.<r.~^ '" »
Paris nun^ r..'j.".H 8.10%
li< !K!nm franca X.23 5.20%
Switzerland frnnca 5.iT% C.20
Holland guilders 30 < 4'»
DOMESTIC EXCHANG E.— Boston— Par. Chicago
— l'.':r. Charleston— Buying, DOc discount; selling,
l-10c iiremium. St. Louis— so premium bl<\. San
Francisco — Sight, jCc premium; telegraph, 17' .jo
premium. New Orleans Commercial, $1 discount;
bank, $1 discount. Cincinnati— Par. Savannah —
Buying, COa discount; solllnp, 71>c premium.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York— Kxchances.
$TrIS.:C7 t 107; baJanccs. JiS.nr.O.iTl. Philadelphia— Ex
rhanKe*. 129,671,430; balances, $2,105.7^4. Baltimore—
Exchanges, $4,224,381; balances, $617,335. Boston—Es
changes, J33X34.210; balances, J2,06»,7W
SILVER MARKET.- Bar sliver, 68 f,c. Mexican
silver dollars, 53% c Bar sliver In London closed
at .T,<l.
COLD PREMIUM.— Madrid, 8.75; JAp.hon, 2.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New York Is quoted nt 200 U.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPT3.-Customs receipts
reported from Washington, $1,645,081; Internal reve
nue receipts. $447,410; miscellaneous receipts, $123,
210. Receipts for the day, $2,115,732; expenditures,
$2,300,000. Receipts for tho month to date, $26,653,429;
expenditures, $22,370,C00; excess of receipts, JUSS.42S.'
Receipt* for the year to date, W10,:57,042; expendi
tures. $373.607,4C0; excess of receipts, 116,649,682
BUB-TREABURT.— The Bub-Treasury war, debtor
to tho Clearing House 1982,208.
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
Washington, Feb. 14.— condition of tho Treas
ury nt the beginning of business to-day was us
follows:
RESERVE FUND.
Oold coin and bulllloa »ir.o 000 COO
TRUST FUNDS, TO 11EDEEM OUTSTANDING CERTI
FICATEB.
Gold co!^ 1849 707 «r.n
Silver dollars ',"" ♦^•^•^
BUvor dollar* of 1800 1...'.'. oiaoouo
*£?& funi.::.::;::::::::;::::;:;;: :! 1 -^?g:sg
Deposits in national banks *-" ' iv,'-'.<ii'V-7
In Itpploa Treasury . 4 2M.h«i
Awaiting rtlmburiament ''"'. " '■ -„,■ •'„.,,
gttmat tobMtUa ...,...»^ r . ww^.,:U; lO^a^^l
BAILEOAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
phnros I | Actual sales .}— Closlnr
sola I JOpenllllshjLo.v.l Fln.f Blcl.l Asic.
70! A3 Ex « dtr..|2Ba !2i>3 !2W 201 M 3 \ZM
Albany & Su*. . — ! — — — "*? {-''*„
200 All la-Chalmers . 15% 15% 1S 1 » JSJ4 IBM I^''*
B2,2Sol«Amal Copper... 114% U6H lI3H 113% ll.Ts* 118H
■ Amer A?r chem — — — — r* in*':
•[ do pref — — — — X';.. onTt
200 'Ara Beet Sujar MV» 20% 20% 20 20U 20Ti
. ' . I _ — — (0 ■■'
8.530 Amer Car *&Fdy 44»» 44T* 43»i 43% 43H U4A
do prof — — — — J":- * "(3
America.! Coal.. — I — — — , *f&*, -I"'
100 Amc-r Cotton OU BO.i 3l»i BOH *« SOY» •« .£4
do prof — — j — — »3 *
Amer Tel..! — — — — 25 £>
60 Araer Express.V. 230 2T.0 no 230 230; 235;
# Ar.ifr Gr Twine — ( — I — — '';* ij*
Amai Hld« »1- - — - — „*•** ■ ,'^-'
1 do pr-f — — — — -' ,
lOOjAmer Ice .Sro... S3 S3 KJ S3 82; M
nz ♦An,.- prVf™4!*:: - — — — ?-''"| ««
• , ! . I ! : • — - .t_ ••'>
o.l(K>'»Am Locomotlvel 75 76% 73Ti 73-s j.iTiJ 74
25 'Jo pref . 112 112 Lia 112. 11l- U2^
Kiw »Amer Malting.. l li\i Vi ■■ . J^s i»H =»»
'dopref — — — — §fV|Sa
Amer Pnau Berv — — — — 65 M6S
i <4q T||<^f I .. . i — — - - -
12,07.% •Asncr SmelttnE- >45% 145% 144 144 14::-j 144 l i
800 Mo pr*f .... 115 115 114 114 .Hi 115
-do pref R.... — I — I — —1,7; W I-J*
.American siraC — : — — — lJ> 2 + (
»do firt-r — ; — — ~ Il ' , ,
100 Amer Steel Fdry D}; O1?;O 1 ?; 6% '^'j _^
6.T70 I *Amer r f SugarH: 13« ii 126»i 134% 134%|134'i8 J33W
Ct;> »A ■':-' Siiiar!!! i ■ ' • . •
ioo *do pref 13rtlJ li;f»,i;i3'H. a I.HD: 2 13|» jl-'H
TO ■ mer Tel & Cat. SO |86 S6 86 I»a jBO
Aiiur Tel & Tel — — — — ii-'T'.iji.a;
tl7o Amer.Tob pref. . !K!',i f.'iVj PC 06% l»i 8«4
BSo|*Amer Wo -■ •:■ 3214 31 j :!2' 4 ! 32 ; *| 32% .— \
L__ Mo prcf — — ! — — 1W IW,I
OC.Slo|*Anac...nJa ;2*.)7; 2*.)7 -JM> 292 2t»2 — —
Ann Arbor — ■— ■ — — - ;> "
do pref _ _ — 70 SO
Asso Her Ist rf — — -- — 103 ll ' n
23,aX)|Atchlson Wi*i HjS 103% 104 l"':; T ili"4
SiiOl do pref :. 99>4 !'o'i 09 ! !"•• 00 | W>)4
200 Atl Coast Line." 122' ; i 12L-j 122 |122 »- 1 J22.,
3.2f..>:8ii1t ,'c Ohio 110? i 115% 114% U4V4 114HU14H
- 200 Beth"ohem**sVeel 13% 1S' 3 18% lSi 17U h*L
do lire* — I— I — — M >O
Boston Air Lino — I — — — "" —
2.550 Brook lUii> Tran 70% 75V1 74% ~i\) 74V4 >jj v *
U35 Brook Un . ... . U8 121% 11U 121 120 I^>
Ltrunawlclt .. — — [ — — 118 ■"* ''
- But aocu &p. — — ! — — joo 1 -'• .
! do pref — — — -- 1-.'. 130J4
l;i:f & sus prcf — — — — ■ s -' ■ •*
; -i: !■• r! ■■> Co.:. — — — — 4-1 N>-
Conad.t Southern — — — (;:< I tl;l '*
6,810 j Canadian I'uc... Iml ISO lH4 ! >ij ISS 184% ISS
C&So Am Tel — — — ; — 133 j 1./ i
B.^fK) Central leather. 80% 3\>\ 88 |38 88% 38%
1 do pref — 1 — — I — l«lis 102
100 Central of N J.: 2119 209 SOB 200 207 2C9
1.700 Chea & c>lil.> 51% :.1 3 .| 61% - r >lU 61% . r >iH
- — Chicago St Alton — I — I — — •-,'-'
2"O da pref 65% C 6% :«5% «%! |;2 Ort
Chi '■ E 111 prefj — I — — — l-> !«•>
IChl Bur .fe ','..— I — — — 1»> ~
1,310 Chi Ct Western. 16% 10% 15% 1« 1"' t h| Jj|
aw, <io pref A....J 7<> I 71% 70 71»i 71«* j ;2
do prof 1t.... I — I-- i — — 2.! I 23J4
- 1 do deb — — j — — •*>% .l"a
Chi Ind &I. rref — I — — — 70, LW
45,S.',<>;c!.i .Mil ti: St P ISOH 1504 14SHJ140H 14» 14UVi
2S do certfi 13U%i132*i 132^1132% — | —
XV pr«f I«JR% li;.-.Cil'-"' ! -Ii> t VJU|l'>«tt 165
310 .Jo certfs 14T' a ;HS 147% US — —
l.ioo Chi & .\"\v«st.. n;r 1 i«rr |ir. r i 101 lO'ijiCT
B. wmc do rights l«% IC% 10% 10H — —
'c at vm & or. — i '.— — — iso i |rt
I 1 Href „ , _ „ . ltl*> 3*^o
IChlo Term*Tran — — — — »1 1
r.011; ,] o ;i<>f 22 22 22 22 22 2^i
■ .IChl l"ni..n ...... — 3 " >: 4
do pref — — — — 10% 17=.,
|C OC.* Bt 1.. — — — — *O i°°
j do pref — — — — 10rt 100
Oev I.or i w. — — — — !H> lnl
! do r ref — — — — 110 11251 125
Clev A Pltw — — — — i7l '*i ~*
CSTiOICoI )>iel X- Iron t>O'i RO% 4!'U, 4!"; 4!> 404
4 in i Col j,t Southern :>i=t W%\ SO% »•■■% "M "'^*
UK) do Ist prof 07", «i7 7 ,j |T7% «7T» 't7 68
4<'»! do 21 liH'f I .'><'. V* 'iVigi , r .t>' 4 .*>i:^j '»•'> . r .''>',i
300 Col &IIC& Ii 25 25 24% j 2i 3 »i 24' i 25
ConioJ Coal | — — — _ lus —
C.los|ConsOl 'Jas ISA 140 130 13(t%]13tf% 110
320 Corn Prod Ref." 2o'i 2:tn "314 23% 23H 23%
.SIT; do pref 57% hT'.i S7>, !^7S h.'^ !«7=»
1.2001 •Comstock Tun. .4.; I .42 | .41 i .41 — —
100 Del & Hudson r. 214%|214%12i4>i 214% 211 211
U> L. ft W — I — I — ; — 508 ,533
ion Denver IMo or.'-»o r.'-» 189 ' :::» I "!• ! .'it 1 ;! :(.»
825 do |.r«T j S?O«i SOU 7i» J * ' 7!'-\! T'.r-,] W>%
D M .'; Ft !> , — — — — j l- r » ! 2>»
lUitrolt S utharn — — — — I_J j l|>
:■ roll I•/ It" It! — — — T^'/ 81%
8.065 «Dl3t EeCartUes. 77T»1 77T« 78% 7«"» •«% 77
*D S B .'i Atl.. — j — 1 — i — 1<:V : 17%
Elec -ior'liat.".' — | — — I — .- iM>
13.400 Erl« j37 j37 .I.'.**! K>% 35»i :• "s
2.'K> .!o Ist wt 7<> 70 7(« i !•) 1 COT* 70H
100 do 2d pref..:.j ci% e;%] (114! ci% •'.-v «14
— Evans &;TjH. — — ' — i — <-"• 70
. ;•■!• — — I — — tS US
i.«. -1.-:.! ii sugar.] ss :s :-s r.s — —
100 *do j•t •- r IS3 ."■."> ."-5 !S3 — —
. ! federal Mm & .- I** 17»
100 <!-. :>r>r M%\ >■"■, \>W 04T4 84 l»4'i
200 Omnbr Cons.T.flSO 1".'» 1150 ISO —
- Ofß Chem Cfl.T. ;- — — — 7R 7H
do pref i— — - —! -- ioi»4 103
1.200!O«n Eteo C ltV>>i!l<W(i|l<VJ 1*) 15U%|1C0%
lI.ST.UJUt Northern ;f . 171 171 U (1(1-** |I«.S l»17»i!l(SS
LSi*<[ *!o uto r.rtfs. . 77 I ~>~U\ ;»! !70 — 1 —
- lluvana K\tc Hy — — — — 43% 4'tu
do pret ;;— — — — PlisjiSSW
[Hocking Valley; — — — — 1"." —
1 do pref — — — -- »*>i 03
[llotnestake — — — — <*v si
Ullin.u Central.. — — — — 15t» l-<>.
1 do I. I- — I — — — I — ' n 2
8.000 lat-Met ) 85X1 ~-'\ 83 Vi v.r, ?..'.«.;
BDO do pref 71H 72 '■ 71% 72 7I' S 72%
2.2lo|lnter Paper 17% 17% 17 17 i>r, 17
• ;iC| do pref i Boii 80»* 60% 80»i 80% SI
l«lnt(-r Tovvcr...! — I | — — 140 4!»
ClOllnt b'team Purapl 3'! j3O j33 S3 J :;."• 3.1%
200 l/ i | V.-V.i:'.'.'.'. ! 23 ! 2-Ui 23 25% 25 IT.Vi
."..»'| do trcf j •!.'.";! 45-k- 4". 45 4»u 45u
Kana & Ulch.'.'l -—I — I — — <'3 --
IC C Southern... r— I — I — — 2>s'->
::•>>( do prof "■.» r.o I ."•'.) ra .r". r " . ;■■•••..
. IKC rs ft Mjifl — — | — — 7<-«i7 < -«i 7S»H
IKcokuk .t 1) Mi — — — — lt> 13
Knlck Iti'of'cn — | — — 41 C 3
- *".i V i,'i -r .'.'...'.'.'. i — — — — co no
1 Luke K.'.o .* \V — — — — 27 31
1 •!■, l-r-f j;— I— — — <:.-, 173
i 1.. .n.r I::!.irtil I — t — —A — C.'> 7')
:tM> !.:;;> ,<L Nashr. 13«i;»13«t; ISSV; 135% 133 135%
:. ■' > Xlnckay »•.>.■> , 74', : 74% 7:141 7:iVs — —
7&oi do prcf '■ ~<) 70 CiT»> 70 — —
Manhot Beach:: _ | _ 41^ n
8-« C MnnhatUn Etev|l43 145 U4%]145 141 145
Muryland Cl t>f.( — -- — [ — y>
'Met Street Ityt] — — — — M» lli»
1.000 :: \. ut Central 25 25 21% 24!j 2-1U 24%
;.MkhU-an Cent..!;— — — — !:>■>
— — jjlln a; St I/iulsi — — — — r.4 T>7
■ do pref i -- — S7 !•'»
H7(> MSI' .V .-; 3 M 1-2 12-J l^x'-. 121 12') 122
•."■> do pref |14S Us t4S Jl-iS U7%1150
(!,;W:Mi X.in & Trx 4l'ii 41»i 4.'',| 4i>^[ 4i>' 4 4'^ 4
I'di i!o pref I 7"V 7.*, 7«% 70% !•> 7«>'-3
11,4'»' M!M..-ii!j l':i-v .. 1 :-.".' 4 v .V t '.■J'.j M.-I . »"?-, M\
Na*h & <.'l.att..l — — — 1"3 1.".t
TlK»i»Nat l)t*cult J 84T»] 64 M f-l'-i
•| "do pref f— if — :;—:;— - m\
COfflXat En & Sipv. | 1."M4) I*'\ 15% IC% H»i 15%
--; -!o pr'-f f— —I— — Hi 89
1.820 •National Lead; 74% 74' 4 ! 72' i, 72% 72% 7.1
(X« Vlo P!t f I<l2 lf>2 102 102 101% 102
iw) N it n of M pf! r.«;:; do% co% •'•''■'i' 54i»l win
ll»'! do 21 [>r«-f.... 27 27 127 27 27
■ |Ne\v Cent <''.>al. — — — j — 3." 411
B'*>i«N V Air Braka 1-174 137%|137 137 l:(7 l.'ts
C.M-i» N V Central 12M* 130 125% 125% 12H% 12'<';
N V fhi A*t I.— I — — ". «u>
j do Ist pr»r — I — — — 11<> 12<>
; Cn 2.1 pref — I — — — ns im
■ N V Dock — — — — ::'.• 4S
■ ! llr, pirr —1— — — 7l> f">
IN V U.-k &VWl"— I — I — — 125 1130
17 N V .':- N.! Telllll j 1 1 -* 114 111 113%|114%
ir.n.N YNII & 11.(183 ISt 1-1 IS3 lSl%|lb4
ION V Ont &. \V..j 15_ 45 45 45 44'aj AS
1. 1 4* • ; N"i'fo! k & West sU*^ S'«^« Hr. l^ MVl^ Mli 4 hu^-3
225| do pref 82% 62% • > >2 >>2 82 K4 "
200 North American M\ s:t',i K3T4 '■-'!T«! T « KJ s»
21.0101 Northern l':w... 135% 155% 153 133 15:t>,» 153' i
2.1.421 Mo c<;rt/3 131 iUI4 13a'; 133% — —
riiK>i<>ri(:irln Silver .. s>'i| Si 7% 7-^ ~\\ ~~' t
— — Fac <'»ast — — — — 117 123'
■ ilo Ist prof ! — — — — i Its I'M
■ do 2.1 prof I -- — — 110 12>>
40o|Pao Mall 135 35 34% 34% V.I 34%
SO, ir-oir.nn UK..... 1-- . 1132% iai' 4 i:u>.,'i:ii% 1:111,
-
700 P«o Gaa .t fjko :i7'i! 07% M% D 7 Uejrc 07
l«»iil J «' ».' & St I- 74 I 71 I 74 74 71 ,i
■ 1 do pref — [— — — M Km
. -irittsi.uiK coal.". — 1 — — — 13 lr.v
i"»! do pref r,s\| r.sii r.s» 4! r..5-; ?s t; : .
2.105 Pressed Btl Car B3 |Xl ri'J :,'.' 4 81% 81%
i" <io prof us% us% es% as% us :.:>
100 Pullman I'al Tar 171 1171 1171 171 Ino 172
Qulcltallver — — I — — , ", 1%
i do prof — — 1— _" 2*a 4
llt H Securities. — — — _ _ 92%
750i«ity Steel fc>prln«J|s3% ;..i';! 53 :c, e>3 f>4K
1 Mn prff I— — t_ — US mj
174.B40|ncadlRK 1125% 125% 128% 124% 124% 154%
2W» do Ist picf.... II.) no I t«i . in) Jo Ih>^
jdo 2.1 J-r. f j - — j - _ oo I,- 5
[Kens & Saratoga — — i — — l:u>
1.1961 *liop Iron & t=n i :mvi 3«T4 :::.'i 83% :;.".', so
r.u., »do prot Im% i.;,%| i»h% os% i>si 4 tm%
C.Sr.silU.ric 151anJ....! 2; 1 27% 2ii 2H" "ii ••!;>?
B»| do pref 63% o.s! a 6»i4 &s'>. r.sii , r o
Roma Wat & l>^ — — — — . ii;«i a 134
Hint II It t\> pf — — m, "! „.,
2.Ml|ax, ft BFlbti.fl C 7«7 <-.: C 7«S jeo
1001 .1o -: prof.... 44 44 41 41 48U 44.
j <lv Cft E 1 Cfs — — — „ 105 17,-,
— — I do prcf — — — — 1..-.
200 St L. & S'wtist.. Z'.\ 23% 23% 23"; 23U "4
100 n.j pier fK.i a r.:,', r..v<. w-, i>vl 5;
4110 Scan I: •■■!. j.icf vi JM' 4 11 1 m . __ p
I,IUO|SI Hh Steel & I 72 72 70% 71% 71 7li.
1 do pret. ....... — — — — lOflU
BO.nij<>] Southern Pac... U'.Vi 06% l>4 !)»'; Dl':t 114 v
225 do pret 117\ 117% 117% lll\ IK% 117+1
B, 10 1 Southern it R. . 27% 27"» 26% 2tS% 2*£ 2»IH
150 Oo rref Bft> 4 65% 85* 4 85% 83% m'
■ d,» M.% I ctfs — — ■ — _* 04% —
200 •?.tari'snrj Mill.. 13.30 380 8.30 8.80 —
Ten Coiil A Iron! — — — I — I{VO 15 1
720 1 Texas mo 134 fa 83 '83 82*4 S3
do lApd Trust I — — — I — 83 'S3
12 Third Ay, It H. 118 113 119 118 118 l"0
— — Tol Teo A West — — — _ 17 "Ju
200 Tol Rys & L 27% 27% 27% 27% 27 28
To! St L& W — — - -- o^,,- 80%
I"' do pr»f .53 02 61% &1% no Bl
200!Tv.ln City it T. 103% '103% 103 1..; ln.T loau
150 »Un Baa &■ Pap 7%| 7% 7% 7'i 7 7V
100 -Jo pref •■ J ■"•!• :■• SO Mi : .-,,, 1 ti) , *
121.513 Union Pac .... 170 17i;»;ll75% 17. r .% 1731; KS'i
Km do pref 01 111 til HI no' '••'
1.-.0 United Hy I:.. 68 M 6S CS 67% 6S
320 do prof C 3 t!S% M cay, »« nt>
Un Ry St Lpf — — — — 75 sa
•ÜBCIP4F — — — — 4,1 47% '
1 •-••■'!■:•!■ — — — — 86 80-!4
'. 3 leather... — — — — c V •
■ •do pref — — — — ion U.lii
.100 V B K.vilty & I 83 to fi2% 82% «•>• sa *
10« »i; 3 Red & Hof( 27 27 ST 27 28 28
»do pref — — - — — fig gs
1,110 U B Rubber. ... 61% t\% 61% 51' ibi OVA
<Vtt>l do Ist pref.... lU7'; ln^'l 107U 107\ 107% l"f»! '
8f«l do il pref.... 71IV; 7<i', 7<it, 70\ 75<2 7(l»i
C6.fiOO U 8 Bteel 40% 40' i 40« 4S 45<i is 2
8,110 do rr"f lO.Vi 10.V; ltH>; K^^ KM-v i* 4 r»
SO .Vun.'.ulla « R" "21 87%| fi7>*i 87>* S3 "7 *
800 V«<-Caro Chem. 64 34%| «4% 1 8414 M 34U
— - do pref... ...... — — _ -Jj 107 K>s
ValronC&C. — — _I _ *; l g2 i
»Vul Inning. — I — — — ft 8V I
RAILROAD AOT) OTHER STOCKS.
— 7~ i-tn«] sales II — Closlnp—
' SOOlWabash W* ™A g Jg»| $»
1.750 do prsf 83 83 31 " fete
Wells FjrffO Ex — -".„ s jj
-^k-tS Si Sh *W m A',SS
. Westinjfhous* M— I — ~ : ItVT I^2
BSD do Ist pref.... 83V 4 33H &l %fc ; Jg^
800 do 2d pref.... 10% ISW4 I"** .'..";,,
Wisconsin Cent. — I — j__ __ 4 ,. * 4,
— — do pref ~~ I ' _l
557.436 Total sales for the day. 'Unlisted. t Small lots.
. :—»: — »
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
■an nrrstifr^Ml
JSS^S2*..:::| ."> .f >H* ■;;'*
4.-' Am Car & Foun..| 44% *» ■•» 74
2.240 Am Locomotive-... 75 -Sit li* i.i
1.«40Am Smelting 146J4 J«H M* J. + %
1830 Amer Sugar 136 13««4 134* J»*
870 At Top & 9 Fe.. KHH JOB- l^S %
830 1 Bait Ci Ohio 115*. 113% lUh. U*^
2.Clo]Hrook Rapid Tr.. .6 ■ .5^ •*£, II
Bi>l Canadian Paclftc. ISSH IWH »»J *~2
S» & X SS
jßgsff/srEii & 4"v & »w
litSSO Col Fuel & 1r0n... &»V* 50H 40 4U^»
1101 Dlst Securities :: l . .^"4 «?2 ••'»
lii|l &« m f i
80 Inter-Met & I «« • £• ; (^ 5*5 *
20 Mexican Cent 24H 24H WH M%
840 Mo Kan A Texas.. 41H 41JI 4«H |S
T.TOO Mo Paclflo W* »M 82JJ £- •
200! National L»>ad "4 .4^» '-"^ '-^
CAD IS V Central 12i«i J29J* }» Jffu
i.440 PennsyKanla ... 132H » 1M» 1»%
00 Prrewea Steal Car B2H B2H £1'» "Ja
180 Rep Bteel »»•«> " ;;^. i! %
26ORock Island M% 2. -••>
B.7nc» southern i':irinc... 95H1 »»HI |3;* w .
6.-*! Southern Railway. 27*» ITS -«>;3i ;!;f»
OrtjToxas I'aclflo 84 84- ._~} * i »J*
83.«4-t I'nlon I'acino 17.1' i ITS* 175- !';>;«
8.420 ! U H StPd 4«»» 4R l i 43H •»■> »
W Do rref 108H 105% 104H 1
10J I>o pref Z1 32 I i "-
M ! H-' . "- ! "- .
100.000 Total «al"3.
MINING STOCKS.
Pharcil I open- I HUh- I I^w- I I.a*t
sold. I I in*. 1 est. [ est. I sale.
I..VH»i Atlanta I.M{ .M igjj -^
dial I'.e:rh»r I ..".'•. I .."> .W ■•■■>
100 Confldmci ! r.oo 1.00 1.00 J.OO
2.880 Oomstock 33 .41 .j» -4O
OOOCrowa Potat 82 .30 .82 .80
400 Gould & Cr.rry -"* •=? ■£} --^
40o!ln.l T"nnp.\h ".'> ••'■• .•« -^
*60Ontarlo 8.12% s!I2H g.MHj«JI2H
siia
aWOphlr ! - •-"■ 2.7'» 2.W -•■'_►
BOOfPharmaclst ! .07 ."7 ■"' •23
2fK) Savage ' M
R(»rF!«Tra Nevada 1 .68 I .•'.l .«"»" ! ■
fW'Tramps Con 1.58 ! 1.51 I.M 1 M
.IB I •»
0,700 Total sal—.
WHEAT.
c^lrs. I "~ ~ |Op«*- ! Hllfll- J lyrvr. j Lost
bush.) ! ing. I esl ( e«t. | ?al^.
fS.of^>;May option | -„ 194 »1%1 70%
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN TRADING. — ForaJsjn houses dealt in
ZS.Ofil stmres In th« local market, huylntr 20.000. In
London tlip Rcnenl market wna firm, with the cop
prr stocks the leaders. Th<» Bank of Enplard ma>l9
an exceptfqhally p<.^(l weekly return, hut th<» dis
count raff was left at 5 per cent, Money was In
pxoellont demand for last day settlement r«rpo>;<*s.
Tho« effect of tho rally In the American market on
Wednesday was something of a factor In tb« Lon
don dealings yesterday.
THE COST OF LIVING Dun's Ir..:lf>x Num Tie
r<f commodity j. rices proportlonM t.> consurnptJon
waa JIOV.C.r, on February 1, against ?107."0>1 a month
previous ami SIOS.ITC two ... rifjo. Scarcely r.ny
net clsanqe In tho level of prices occurr'-.i during
the month of January, nn'l there Ftill arrears a de
cllno of about eight-tenths of 1 per cent from tho
Llis-!i point attained on December 1. W-. The
inrfr^Pt naln occTirrerl In breadstufTs. wlillo the prin
cipal decline was In garden and dairy products.
where the wildest chaner* was provided by esss.
The aggregate of all articles of fo.-.il 13 li>wer than
on November 1. but there appears a substantial
pain In clnthlnir and metals over all recent preced
ing comparisons r.hich in offset In largo measure
by th« lower condition of the miscellaneous class
that embraces building materials, paints nml drusrs.
The commercial filttiatlon on February 1 was prac
tically the Fame as at tho oper.lr:? of th» y«»ar, con
sumptlou contlnulns on a seal* beyond all prece
dent, nnd the demand f.>r domestic products was
supplemented by liberal purchases of foreign coo. Is,
ns r'r.own by oind:il Ptatlstl.'s rf Imports. Although
much In said of t\;c difficulty experienced by the
railways In raising funds for necessary extensions
nml Improvements. It will b.> some tlrno before this
Influence is felt in the commodity markets. If ever,
as all sn.-it nml nearby deliveries of. rails, struc
tural ste.^l nni! other railway eciulpment f.nd a
ready market, and it Is probable that the* money
will bo forthcoming before it is actually needed. A
r.li.trht advance has occurred In flr.lsV.e.l products
of textll*? ani somo other Industries, but not pro
portionate, to tho rlso in raw materials, although
these basic products arr> relatively t..f weight
In the compilation of this record.
nKGUtiAR T'NTOX AND SOUTHERN* PACIFIC
DlVlDENDS.— Directors of the Union Paclflo hava
declared the regular semi-annual dividends of 6
per cent on the common stov'k and 2 per cent on the
preferred stock. As was tho case six months ago.
:! per cent of tho I'r-.ion Paclflo dividend was O.<*
c.lared out of surplus earnings of the rail! and
2 per cent was declared out of income from Invest
ments. Directors of the Southern Pacific have de
clared the regular semi-annual dividend of C^j per
cent on the common stock. The Union Pacific tllvl
o>nils lire payable April 1. The Southern Pacifto
dividend Is payable on the same date.
MORTGAGES AUTHORIZED.'— The Railroad
Commission of this state has authorized tha Issu
ance of n first mortgage for 5200.C00 by the Putnam
& Westchester Traction Company; a (!rst mort
gage for J1.5w.000 by tho Bchcnectady & Marsraret
vllle Railroad; a first mortgage for {1,000.000 by
the Hancock & East Branch Railroad, and a first
mortgage for 11.000.000 by tho Hud River &
Eastern Traction Company.
COPPER STOCK LJSTIXGS.— It is understood
that a number of copper companies art* preparing
to make application to the Stock Exchange for the
listiiiff of their stocks, owing to the amendment
adopted by the governors, which is interpreted as
permitting: the admission of first class mining
stocks to trading on a, basis of parity.
UNITED STATES RUBBER MEETINGS.— The
regular weekly meetings of the executive commit
tees of the United States Rubber Company and
several of the subsidiary companies were held yes
terday, but it was officially stated that there was
no announcement of Importance to make. Tho
matter <>f liquidating the Rubber Goods Manufact
uring Company is now in tho hands of a special
committee, uiu- member of which Is out of town
temporarily. No opposition to tho plan has Uo
veloped. and apparently It Is only a matter of
time and detail until It is carried out.
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS & WESTERN.— yes
terday's meeting of the directors of the Toledo, St.
Louis & Western Railroad Company, it was offi
cially announced that no action was taken on the
question of declaring un Initial dividend on tlio pre
fern l stock. It Is understood that this matter
will be taken up at a subsequent meeting of tho
board.
NEW CURB STOCK.— Th« Northern Ontario
Consolidated Copper Company, the stock of which
was dea.lt in on th« curb market yesterday for th«
first time, owns valuable properties In the Algomaa
district. The company has shipped some ore, but
Its mine is etui In the development stage, and Im
mediate largo shipments are not promised. The
shaft is a three compartment one and Is down 130
feet, all In pay ore. and development work Is being
pushed rapidly. The company owns 868 acres in
the townships of Thompson and Cobden, within a
mil* and a half of the Canadian Pacific Railway
and within two and a half miles of Lake Huron
PIG IRON CERTIFICATES—PIs Iron certtflcates
at the Now York Product Exchange wore dull and
featureless. There were no sales. Prices for stand
ard foundry follow: Cash, $21 bid; February, $21
bid; March. $2175 bid; April. U7BQ|tt; May, $2180
asked; June. $21 isO asked; July, $2160 asked- Octo
ber. HKHSI.
COLORADO & SOUTHERN SECOND PRE
FERRED DIVIDDND.-Dlrectors of the Colorado
& Southern have declared an initial dividend of 2
per cent on the second preferred stock. They also
declared the regular semi-annual dividend of 2 per
cent on the first preferred, stock. The- dividends
are payable April 1.
LARGE BALE OF IRON.— The Tennessee Coal and
Iron Company has mad « galas oX two lota of basla
iron, one of 13.000 tons and another of l&ssj a^j
on a basis of $19 a ton Birmingham. The totalef
33.000 tons calls for delivery In the last quarter c*
the current year. This Is the largest sale of Serai,
era iron that has been made In several months,
DIVIDENDS DECLARED.— The directors of t^
American Railways Company have declared tlij,
regular quarterly dividend of li per cent, pay»bk
on March 13. The directors of the National La»4
Company have declared the regular quarterly fltvj.
dend of 1% per cent on tho preferred stock, pjy,
able on March 13L
STRICKEN FROM THE LIST.-Th* stock of th,
American Pneumatic Service Company has beta
stricken from Stock Exchange list. Tills action
was taken at the request of the company, wj^
does not care to maintain transfer and rtglstjy
offices In New York.
BUTTS COALITION DIVIDEND INCREASED^
—The directors of the Butte Coalition Corapeajt,
have declared a dividend of SO cents a share. an tv
crease of 10 cents over the las: preceding Pay .:
ment. This dividend will call for the dlabursSßSßSJ
of jr-M.OCO.
ADVANCE IN PRODUCE EXCHANGE SEATS..
—A Produce Exchange membership sold yesterfiay!
at $600. an advance of KS over tho last Preceatag.
sale, and the highest slr.ee th- proposition to S«aT
In securities was first presented.
1.A.-KAWANNA STEEL NOTES.-TMo Lacks,
wanna Steel Cosapea ] has sold to Speyer & Co.,
Blair & Co.. Kean & Van Cortland ar.d Robert
Winthrop & Co. $3,000,000 two ypnr 5 per cent notes.
APPLICATION TO LlST.— Application has beta
made to the Stock Exchange to list J43.7W ads.
tlonal preferred stock of tho Denver & R!o GraaJ,
Railroad Company.
HKAVX SALES OF STRKL.- Strel .f.acta>
crs declare that sales so far this month havij »•■*
larger In the aggregate than In any corresponding
period in the history of the trade.
ELECTED .v MEMBER.-^". J. Buttfleld, of Xo,
9G Wall street, has been fleeted a member of tat
New York Stock Exchange
purs <; ••- OFFICERS.— The r.-w toara at
directors of the People's Gas Light ar.d Coko Co=».
pony, of Chicago, has organized by re-electing tie
outgoing offlcers. except C. IC G. BUlines. trios*
place as chairman of tho board has bren takea by
Anthony N. Brady. Mr. Billings remains, la td
directorate.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The marl for outsi'l** s^cisritlf-a -srns charaetsr.
Ized hy Irregularity^ The speculation as a *&:»_
was fairly active, particularly in tha mlr.ir.? shares,
and at thnea pronounce.! strength was marv.fe'tert U
the len.UnK Issues. This, however, was followed: by
a sharp rraction can heavy realizing. Niplssir.g was
one of tho principal features, and on a report of »
valuable strike \n tho mints of th^ company ajj
vance<l nearly 2 point?, with a subsequent reacUo»
of a point. Dominion Copper moved up » 4 . but like
wise ease<l off. Xenhouse Minir.s riile-i strcsj.
Utah Copper lost about a point. Trinity sold ell I
points, ami Butte Coalition a point. Nevada Con
solidated, nnd Cumberland-Ely were qt:'.^: and fr.
regular. United Copper wag dull ami irregular.
Greene shares were fairly active. Green* Copper
after early strength, lost ground. Greene Gcld-SU
ver fluctuated narrowly. Tennessee Copper xraa
easier War.l I.lno Steamship developed activity at
improvement ot a point-;; Standard uu ' '
firm. Western Ice eased off J4 Chicago Sucwar
Jjroko l' a i>oint3. Boniis were dull ar.d about stsady.
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
INDUSTRIAL.
______—— -^
Share' I Open-: ! H'-h- [ Ur- | Last
...H.'j | ;-<.; -<. 1 ea-.. [ «t. I »!■«,
-
lw>: Con nub Tire pf.. -i I -' ' "* **
100 Havanr.a Tobacco.' 13 i 1« U T3
HjOlnt Text 800k... IW | 1»..,.i W ( l-»
?.-> Klrl.v L.um»:*r .., U' ! : W4 «>2
i:,i> Manhattan Transit | .*' ; .; •''■•, •»"■« .»'*
IS. :.1,-»n-o:a Wire ot A 1" I i J« _Ji
»f7,Star.Uu-a Oil I W» '*"..,
St>< Standard Screw .. MH x»H "■-'■«.
S>\Var,lteeS !1 .... 32 53^ SIS Si
1.7<-«' Waterbury Co 4> -i-.i! 4S\
3=o do pret ItOX !■•■•:>! X^H IJV
I.s)ot>| ■Western Ic* O>.;. -•> : -*■-». »-^
RAILROAD.
Sha-ea! i Or^n- flli-r^- | Lt>w- I taal '
co! «. J | mi. i est. | est. I «»-«■
r..«J> i> i^!c.if-i S;;b'.Tn.y. . ! -il*!i 1 *! -SUj -' j XV
MINING.
SKY.-V ~ I Opca- ! ii!»h- f L«-m- I Uts; j
iold. ! 1 »»8. i « s t- . ■ I »a>
u" Al-i.-iUA M'.r.es i^i Sij ■ ■ V+\ \'-%

•y«> Alice of \V..a.>r..l Sfi ; » »„ -,'..'
Ei!*j Amal N-v M i I", 3** l :••-: ••.»: 3*
l.<M'iu]uaraea Kins 1 3 :• s_j o •
<■<■'■> Batopilas Minlns..| " ; SH| v 3*;v 3 *; 'f» ;
2.>'»' •:■ r.itr.za Belt ) • l? t. «^j «,* '*;*(
SfX).tfc>aaaza Creek ...i !"•»■ :"-i: "-i l!> ;»i i">'
I.SM Boston Copper .. «t ! *.| Sl J* „,' ",'*!
lOO'Bost & Mcx STtaa - : i. 2J* -*. -* f
l.<>». U:st Ob:r; a,->..: 1"*.; l'«^: I">i i;>
3.<»-> '-!>> rights 1 II 1 * '-*»; 1^» t-»,
l.i»«', Mutte Coalition ..' 3"» ! » j -■''',* *»J
20Oi Batte-ilont cVp .. - : 3; 2HI -•> 2H
LWOiEutte & N Y....| T . 75a " : »
n.s tear Cop AO M »> , 65 i C> «5
S.3i-»[CI«:r Creek &« T ~H T»* 7 a .%
63.0<«> JCobalt Central .. 4ft. :t : 4+ 4!>
4iX>. Cobalt Contact ..| S 4l a v i -- S
2,.*h»> r.>v..i'.t Monarch..! 1 ! - t*« l'»| IH,
I.4<«> <"•!. -nl.il Silver ..: ■'■. ■< "> C*»! •>>
7<Y> t'olusa Ikrcn Exten : -"«: " « -'. -\
iUH> Cons Ar!i r»rne!t.. ." '- •" "s 3-S SH
800 Cunv-EJy Mlr.ins- . 1 H^*! 11* 4 ] HJi n\
1<«» Daly Ju.l^» US: US 11 I*H
1.7«.» Davis-Daly E*tiit«J 11-*'*!I 1 -*'*! I»U] 1> » I*%
6.1"'-' Domia Oop I 9 J R IH " : »
825 DotisUa f.»p j 2" : a| C>"»: »1»T» 2"
800 t.ly Central J It A •» I «
4W Ely cor« " ; -'•>' £»
IJO Fbater Cobalt 2'iJ •- s ii - 1 *! 2S
g. U«>J Furnace >*r»>e!c C. "-•>, '-'*, - 2S
l.: % V'>'t".tnvix Mlnlns ... l^'j; •l-> i i , 10 1 * 1 --»
B.3CO[GoWfIeM Con i- T »! » SStS T t •
SwOOO'CSoU Hill i 4S 4*» 4S 4-1
2.S»»'*'Or»fr.-Ciiran»a ..1 2;' 1 *! T\'-*.\ T-? — »
«.<*■><> «.>rt'«r.(» Cton C>r»...l 33 S3 Sl l 4 3i
l^>|Oreena GoW I "J 2 2 -
B.oOo;Gre«na Gold-SUver] S 2 2 ! -
1.200 d.» i.r»r ■ .»«•-; $•«; *•-»[ - I
SmfOaanaJuato Cons..J 4 3 4 i 4*. 4S 4"»
l»A Guff Exptora Co.Vf 2S» I 2i'3 2"J3 IT *
l.Ooft Jumbo Mining -■-) * 1 4 | •* *
4<«- X:n h ' lilwar.l ..I 2 f 2 1T » 2
4.2"» i 'Uncolii »;>iii «t C: 7-t j T5 j 7;: ! 7.">
2>»> 'Manhattan Atia?. ■ 7 1 7 I 7 ! 7
7.» ■Mart* An MAM] 7'i j 76 I 7-". J TS
(.OnOlMcKla-DarraKh .. l i: *| :s-l«; 21-16 - »
TIS Micma.- Uold Mm' ««■•' rt'-s «' 13:1 3: 6'»
.-.•'Mln.-i Co of Am.. 2»» SH SS
l.ToO(Mltchell M'r.ir.s... .". T.KI !\ : t ! 8S
«O* Montfcom-Sbosnono] IJV l-H' J2S 12*»
1»S« Con Ct>p I 17r»! 1*» ' IT 1 *; 17%
S>»> N.v l>ou S !aj 71 T 7 '
800[tN«T Hex ! 2* 1 2* 2<i ! S<
30o]X*t Smelting J 4"i] 43.; 43»4 3 »
8.500] N. •■ Utah Mft S. ; 4'- 3 [ 4\ ; 4Si * J *
l.«« Sswhous* Mln!ns.l ll> ; ai l'-'S lOS WW 1 *
23.0W Nlpiaalns Mine*..] 13^1 lasj ir%' 13 1 *
I.4'»> N*t> Ont OVr.s Copf l'» 13-10' I'-s! IS-li
1.700 rN -■ Runfrr^ .. PI .v PI 1 52
4>.»t »Noc b'tar .>f Woai S"> &■> S'» I S<>
eCoiOld Hun Xltr.lng.. ".-» o r n S"«' 3% ,
1.1. •iv.rtlan.l O>p IS IS IS! IS j
S3A Rea Teak | l" 4 2V r\» SS
■■•■■" Red T>^> 4 4 I -i *
l.odojtsboa Oold rik». . 4-4 r.<> j 4^ ! W
r..m>t>; silver Leaf i:> 1>> l i\ H> ! 20 1 *
2..V0 SUvor QM«-t-n I'il'li-Wl -'i 25-H
4..'-»> Stewart Mbllns .. •2 i ,'< 2 S »I -"V 2 1 *
4t>-> rt 1 p & Pitts 2s 1 2s ! 2^ J 2*
iv.,, T.-nn CVn Co PoH: f»» : i 4.' I *' 4i>"s
14. J.«! Tramps 6onj $1 .'.!> fl «a $XKHJ«XW
(7i> IMnltj- Copper ... 37V ST>* i S4 3-JS
SflO Union Kx:Vl,.ra .. 74 77 I*'1 * ' 7'i TT 1 *
2. ' • * ■ United Cbppw ... t»iJ 7 4 ii 4i4 i 7;;i,i TT.'i
."(.«> Utah Apes s>» s' 4 | >'h' * !*! *
-
•I--' do rtghts I i-\j in; i*i i\
liOoltiVnt Columbus.. f 17" j 17H ITS l Tl »
l£> White Knob Cop.. T-lo' T-UJt T-ltfi T-U
i;:.i do pr«-C ) a ■ 3 3 ! $
BON
„ , I I O?*n- | Hlsrh-l Low- I I*rt
Salca. ' j Ing. | est. | *sf. | sal*.
\:il»-.n-.a:iners Ba ! 814 BUfcl PlHl ?'N
- ■""■
Ba.O«,*>:lnt Merc liar 41 7.V 4 75^1 75 T5
IP.POO; Morn Tel «■ Int.. l«i, in',,j S-'il 62*
•Odd lota. tStUa cents per saatei
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Cltr.tcn QssVssc, Now 2 Wan streak)
Btl. Afked. ! Bid. •*&•&
Aiilanc* XUaltr 155 130 La W T las AT 3Ti> ■•>
Am Surety Co. IS7H 1021J Lincoln 890 J»
Bankers' 643 070 Lcr.c 111 L 4 T 819 S3
BdAMtrGr.. 373 — Mount Vsraoa.. 225 S»
Bowline Green 4-> 430 Manhattan . i-j **
Broadway .... 137 liKI M--r-ar.tlla ".. — S» v>
Brooklyn 4J>> ■«.!<> Mc;rorH>ll!an .. SSA 595
Came K {» JiU 223 Mtic H-nd Co.. »♦ 1«* .
Caa Co of Am. 14 > no Mcnon 7"-"« —
Central 2.023 2.1011 y utU al 120 13^
Cent Realty ... -• 2tH> Mutual Alliance 20S 215
City investing 1W li>s .Nassau . Jia 573
Colonial 400 «<> Nat Sura'v Co V<* I*> •
Columbia 235 Ms NTL 1 & Tr.l.ivW —
Commonwealth — Hi !\v Sttg a See I** »>
Commercial . . 2l<» — :NT Trust Co 7t3 —
Kmplre Trust. S3O S4O i»e.>ple"» ni<> 83* '
Equitable .... 430 440 Realty As.Aoc.." IV. 1«J
rarmLtT..l.») 1.85.% Standard Trust. 4") *»
Firth Ay. Tr. — 603 Title O*TCo Mi 5.5
Flatbusli HO 27S Tl Co of NY. ITi> fc*»
F^anlilln 313 325 Trust Co of Am ITS 7*>
Fulton 310 830 Union 13S tSS»
Guaranty Trust 48i> 613 Vnlt^d States.. !.?:.*» —
Ciuar.llan 2"25 233 CS Casualty Co 225 --
Hamilton 323 350 VSM & T ,■>. 479 4S>
llom« Trust... ltW — IT" i? TOt ICo — M*
Hudson Realty 120 133 I Van Nora, n 290 O*
Hud-.cn Trust. — ICB Wash!r.«t>n ... 40© —
Int Pkir Corp. 123 183 Westchevtar ... 1S» I*l
Kings County. 450 478 IW AB T A 119 12?
Knick»rboclter.l.lßO 1.400 WniMarnshurs . «W **« v

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