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XO FEAR OF MILK FAMINE.
FftESaOnF SCARCITY A USUAL CONDI
TION AT THIS TIME.
CHANGE OF COWS" FEED RESPONSIBLE
FOR THE REDUCTION" OF THE BUPPI.T.
The people of this city need have no fear of a
milk famine or even of any great scarcity of
that combined food and drink this year. On ac
count of the rise In the price of feed and the
coming on of cold weather It was feared that
the farmers would be unable fully to supply the
Jnarket. but a. prominent uptown dealer yester
day Informed a Tribune reporter that the condi
tions in the dairy regions were not. unusual.
"It is true." he paid, "that there Is a scarcity
of milk Just at present, but so there is every
year at this time. For several weeks In the be
ginning of every winter, when the cows are
turned from the grass of the pasture to feed, the
change, especially if sudden, as lt was this year,
-auses the supply to fall off sometimes as much
a« ::-• per cent, and the price rises accordingly.
•During this period we are obliged to sell at
cost and sometimes even at a loss to supply our
customers, but this we accept as a usual occur
rence. Within a week from now. as the cows
become used to their change of diet, the supply
arm Increase and things will assume their nor
mal state."
William J. Rogers, secretary of Borden's Con
densed Milk Company. No. »'2 Hudson-st.. this
city, expressed a like opinion
-We are not at all affected." he said, «
■re supplied by a certain number of dairymen
With whom we have drawn up contracts lor
stated amounts. These farmers musUfu™ l **
us the required amounts at the price set down
m the contract*, no matter what the market
• d never have they failed us dur
irp this time of the yea:. It is in summ.-i Umc
that v.. «x • BW^^S^tSS
The droathfi cause the com to suffer from thirst
• a been that we have serial urn s
been obliged to pay famine prices in the own
■^?nT^-S; be see. that even if the sudden
change from fall to winter does awse the > price
of milk to rise temporarily, only *******"?£
-uffer and not the consumers, The price or
SSThls been set by the MHk Cxohan^- a
three and a quarter tenus a quart. Unless the
3,rice of feed mounts much Usher this figure is
-sot expected to be increased.
THE CTTY CLUB TO BUILD.
XT HAS NOT DECIDED. HOWEVER. H3BT
WHERE IT WILL GO.
-Yes the City Club will build a new home for
rStself." said James B. Burnet. chairman of^ the
louse committee of the City Club. >"• ■ *«
TThirty-fomth-st.. last night, "We've been here op
posite the Waldorf-Astoria for some time, and
are now deciding where, we shall go. W* have a "
option on the property at Kos. 55 and ... West
>orty-forth-st. from the Central Realty t ompany.
tat we Shall not know far a week or ten days
whether we. shall purchase this land If we do. v
mall spend about J35.008 on a new clubhouse. W e
X!OW have on hand J38.000 to devote to building P-:r-
We have options or. tv.-o other pieces of
Pswo in S «*S aWriCt-*SBt where I do not
ranstructa six story building upon the thej
Acquire.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY.
MOUNT VEBXOX.
The new Republican Board of Aldermen and
-Mayor Flske are jr. a dispute over the appointment
of committees, and there is likely to be a clash at
the next Common Council meeting and no end of
UtleaUon. unices one or the other tacks down.
For several years the board was Democratic and
Mayor Plate appointed ail of the committees, giv
ing' the Democrats places of importance and rele
patinp the Republicans to miner committees, where
they had --,-> or nothing to do with public busi
ne.4. For nearly a year the Republican leader of
the Common Council has been chairman of the
public pound committee, a position requiring him
to report at each meeting the number of stray dogs
and other animals in the public pound, whereupon
the spectators would giggle and laugh. The Repub
licans being in the minority, bore their resent
ment mjJetly. until the last meeting, when, the etec
♦ior having plaoed th. m in the majority, they in
sisted or. the right to name their own committees.
In doir.g so they made it a point to repay the Dem
ocrats fcv placing their leader on the obnoxious
pourid committee. Mayor Fluke claims the right
to appoint tho committees, and has named a com
■dete set. with the exception of the pound commit
tee which, tor eikhc reason, he has abandoned.
The Mayor declares that he will not recognize any
of the committees appointed by the aldermen, and
the Republican aMermen declare that they will
. fcave nothing to do -with the Mayor's committees.
I -which has led the Mayor to declare that he will
7 take the -.". c to court. The situation is embarrass
ing to the Mayor and aldermen, but it is even more
Koto the Clerk. Mr. Hoyt, who has been found
iruiity cf violations of the charter. If the City
Clerk refuses to call off the names of the commit
tees appointed by the aldermen and record them
the" Republicans fay that they will prefer charges
and have him removed. If he does as the Repub
licans desire, he will incur the wrath of Mayor
IFieke, who can also prefer charges and make
■rouble for him.
T.ARCHMONT.
The new Larctmont National Bank opened here
yesterday. The yachtsmen and summer residents, a
X.umber of whom are stockholders in th«» new en
terprise, gave It their support by making deposits
on the flrst day asKregating B0.«W. The officers of
the bank are: Joseph H. Sterling, president: George
X Id" vice-president, and Samuel B. Bell, cashier.
NEWBOCHELLE.
Henrj* B. Stokes, of the Manhattan I.iff Insur
ance Company, has sold his summer home in which
he has lived for twenty years, to ex-Judge John
J Crenr.an. IV property is situated in Lockwood
ave and consists of three acres of land and a
larce mansion. Judse rrennan will use it for his
home. Mr. Stokes has Just bejrun the construction
cf a new WO.OOO horn* at Orienta Point, on »the
Sound, near the country home of his son-in-law, Al
bert C. BcEtwJck, who recently purchased the
•Thomas F. Oake* place.
B. FTELET TX FAVOR OF CORE WALL
60LID MASONP-T WOULD ADD TO EXPENSE
AND DELAY COMPLETION. HE SAYS.
A. nrtrr the former chief engineer of the Aque
duct Commission. said yesterday that he did not
r ._- with the recommendation of the experts to
substitute solid masonry for a core wall, with em
bankment, at the south end of the new Croton
dam. In addition to the extra, expense of about
$500,000. he said, the change of plan would make
necessary a long delay In the completion of the
dam. The depth of water at the south end of the
dam. he said, would be about sixty feet, and dams
■with core walls and embankments had been built
■with preater depth of water and stood the test of
year;" of service.
"This mode of construction is well known in prac
tice Mr. Faster said, "and a recent 'nstance of It
Is the TlticuE dam. built a few years ago by the
Aqueduct Commifcsion. In this case there are core
■walls and embankments on both ends."
Mr Fteley said he opposed the adoption of a core
■wall construction for the whole of the proposed
Quaker F.rldpe dam in lt&7 because the dam was to
be over two hundred feet high. The core wall con
struction, he said, was not safe above a certain
height, but the short core wall construction at the
south end of the new Croton dam. as he recom
mended it. would be well within the limits of suc
cessful practice. For the experts to condemn such
construction, he said, was to condemn at the same
time many important water systems in successful
operation. - -^
OIL ECONOMY
Vacuum Oil* ase the roost economical— «o»t and ■work
done considered Some oils pell for lees price per gallon.
That is not the way to measure cost of oil. Good oil
lubricates- Lubrication Is reducing friction. Friction Je
T.jste. Lubrication eaves power, fuel. wear. Oil economy
• t buylrjf oil, bat buying lubrication.
VACUUM OIL COMPANY,
Rochester, N. Y.
KENTUCKY MINERS REOPEX CAMP.
MOVEMENT SURPRISE TO AUTHORITIES—
DISPUTES IN MADISONVTLLE LEAD
TO VIOLENCE.
[JIT TELEQaAI'n TO TUX TKIBCNK.I
Nashville, Term.. Nov. 25— Notwithstanding the
fact that the union coal miners' camp at Norton
vine. Ky. was broker, up yesterday by order of
County Judge Hall, and twenty-one miners were
arrested and lodged In jail to await trial, another
camp was established to-day on the site of the
old camp. This movement of the miners was a
surprise to the authorities, who believed that the
breaking up of the first camp and the arrest of the
men found there would end the trouble that ha*
existed so long. _ *
At Ow.-ner.oro to-day Judge Evans, of the tea
eral Court, beard the case of the Reinecke Coal
Mining Company asking for an Injunction against
James D. Wool, president of the miners union a «
operators, to prevent interference with the *' r *
of the company. It was decided to hear argument,
of counsel for a permanent injunction atl«J
vllle on December 6. A temporary restraining
order will be in force in the mean time.
At Madisonville to-day Judge R- B. J*****-^.
of the union attorneys, and W. A. ****•*??
dent of the Providence Coal Company, _ engage d In
a wordy war at the courthouse. Nesbl t put his
hand in his hip pocket, and Bradley thinking he
was attempting to draw a pistol, clutched^hlm b>
the throat. They were separated before any harm
'in thTcourse of the day a street duel over the
strike occurred at Madisonvillc. ™ u «.Bja*S
a farmer and a brother of Representat ve-elect
R B. Bradley. and J. W. Hancock, a policeman
engaged in a dispute on the principal thoroughfare
lliffll
"^•^e^weVe mi^wUh people at the ttae
The sioi-v of the trouble is that Hancock and
msmmm
Wttllm
standing on the sidewalk. »\ hen 11. n -^
Siliig
wbe^ta Gained uStll the arrival of the Sheriff.
He is now closely guarded.
PtTTSBURGTS WEW RECORDER IV OFFICE
APPOINTS NEW HEAPS OF MUNICIPAL DEPART
MENTS.
Pitt^burg. Nov. 25.-J. O. Brown, the new city
Recorder, appointed by Governor Stone last Thurs
day to succeed A. M. Brown, deposed, was sworn
in "by Councils at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The
members of the former Recorder's cabinet having
tendered their resignations. Recorder Brown at
once announced the following appointments: Pt-
E£ ot PubUc Safety. A. H. Leslie; Wrector of
Works. Dr. J. Guy MoCandless; Director of
■ E?o^f r^n^r T^r;^ ■
Pitcairn. Superintendent of the Bureau of Health.
A 1 of the were the reappointment of men who
had been removed by Recorder A. M -Brown _ with
the exception of Dr. McCandless. The • new Re
corder, in his inaugural address pledged himself
to hurry alonp the building of the new filtration
plant and to use his time and best efforts to se
cure suitable ground for the proposed Carnegie
Polytechnic School. He dosed by saying-. 1
shall stand as Recorder as I did as Director of
Public Safety, for a city free from vice; stand now,
as then, the foe to the thief, the thug and the
gambler."
THE PROPOSED NEW STEEL TRUST.
REPRESENTATIVES OF VARIOUS TNDEPENT»-ENT
OOSCERKS DENT THAT THEY ARB
TO ENTER IT.
The new steel combination which it was an
nounced nearly a fortnight ago was being formed
under the guidance of the law firm of Blymyer.
Hobbs & Clarke. No. 32 Broadway, this city, looms
up more vast and more mysterious as the days go
by. At the outset it was said that it would be
capitalized at from J50.000.000 to J100.0j0.000. Now
however. according to F. H. Clarke, of th» law
firm, the new concern will have J250.000.000 capital
Btocit, as told in The Tribune yesterday, and will
Issue bonds as well. Mr. Clarke declared yester
day mat the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company was
not to be included in the consolidation, but de
clined to say either yes or no when asked concern
ing various other corporations, which, being outride
of the United States Steel Corporation, have been
suggested as possible members of Buch a combina
tion as Mr. Clarke declares is now in process of
formation. Representatives of some of the more
Important of those companies, however, were not
bo reticent yesterday as Mr. Clarke. A director of
the Republic Iron and Steel Company declared that
that concern would not enter into any alliance or
combination with the rumored $250,000,000 company.
Speaking lor the Sloss-Shemeld Steel and Iron
Company, Archer Brown, who is one of Its direc
tors, denied that hi? company had been approached
by the organizers of the new corporation. Denials
of .-. similar nature, were made by representatives
of Jones & Laughlins. of I'ittsburg. whose local
offices are at No. 220 Broadway. And leading oJli
ciais of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad
Company declared that the report was absolutely
untrue that their company was to go into the new
combination.
Mr. Clarke yesterday said that William H.
Blymyer, the head of his firm, had gone to Pitts
burg and to Ohio points on business connected
with the projected combination, In the formation of
which he gave the reporter to understand Pitts
burg men were taking the leading part. He gave
out this statement:
Reports that I have r.armd H. C. Krick and
oiner prominent steel men as being connectt-d with
the new steel trust, whose legal interests the firm
of Blymyer, Hobos & Clarke have in chart;.-, jr'
incorrect. On th<= : contrary. 1 have named none of
the parties interested.
Mr. Clarke added that a number cf prominent
out of town stt-el men had been In the city last
n«:k. but that all had gone home before Sunday.
jrnr ott ix ooukterfeitixg case.
FAT THET CANNOT AGREE IV THEY TRY A
.MONTH.
Philadelphia. Nov. 25.— The Jury In the trial before
Judge McPhersun, in the United Btaten District
Court, of John L. Semple, the lawyer, of Cumden,
N. J.. charged with aiding 1 and abettlnp counter
fetters !n the making of spurious twenty dollar notes
ir. pribo::, went out 11 o'clock this morning, and at f.
late hour to-nignt, had not agreed on a verdict
At 5 o'clock this afternoon the Jury came into
court, nnd the foreman told Judge McPherson
that the Jury could not agree and asked to be
discharged. One Juror stated to the court that
a month's consideration would not change the opin
ion of several of the Jurymen. Another juror com
plained of illness and wanted to be relieved from
duty, but the court refused his request and aent
the twelve men back to their room with Instruc
tions that they mast agree. If they should come
to an agreement in the night the verdict will be
sealed and opened in court to-morrow morning.
Judge M<Pht-rson. in his charge to the Jury this
morning, said that all doubt as 10 the counterfeit
ing in prison had been eliminated, the fact having
been ci- .irly established by the evidence and ad
mitted by the defence. The matter for careful con
sideration was the motive which Impelled Taylor
and Bredell, the convicted counterfeiters, to man
ufacture the spurious notes. If the testimony
showed that Semple induced them to engage In the
work by holding out the hope of leniency from the
eovernment after the plates had been surrendered,
he w;.k equally guilty with Taylor and Bredeil.
The judge said that the innocence or guilt of the
defendant depended solely upon the question of
veracity— the story as told by Bredell and Tay
lor on the one side and the denial of the charges by
the defendant on the other side. The jury, he said,
must determine who was telling the truth, and
base their verdict thereon.
ST. MARYS HOSPITAL RECEPTIOS.
The annual promenade concert and reception In
aid of St. Mary's Hospital. Brooklyn, will be held
to-morrow night st the Pouch Mansion. No. 346
Cllnton-ave. The proceeds will go to aid the sick,
poor and crippled children in St. Mary's Hospital.
Tickets admitting a woman and her escort will be
$5 and may be procured nt the hospital, at the
Pouch Mansion, pr from Mr?. Hugh McLaughlin.
No I*3 Remsen-f'.: Mrs. James Shevlin No. 6y
Eight h-aye.. or Miss Kate McAvoy. No. 255 Cler
mont-ave.
THF. LOSS OF LIFE AT ERZEROUM.
T,ondon. Nov. 26— According to a dispatch to "The
Standard" from Odessa, one hundred and thirty
persor.e perished in the recent earthquakes at Erze
roum.
NEW-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1901.
NEW-JERSEY NEWS.
TWO ORIGINAL CONTINENTS.
DR. ORTMANN BELIEVES HE HAS DIS
PROVED THE ACCEPTED THEORY OF
FIVE GREAT BODIES OF LAND.
Princeton. Nov. B fSpsclal).-Dr. A. K. Ortmann.
curator of paleontology In the university Is now
working on an Important discovery, whl-h may
Mttto the theory that originally only two eonti
nenta. Instead of five, existed, and cooflnm the
theor!« of Iherlr.K and Hedley. which hold that
there formerly existed only two main condnents^
which are known to scientists as Archelenos and
Archinotle. rfJ
In studying the original locations of the conti
nents, he made careful note of their geographical
distribution, and dls. overed that one family of
fresh water rrayflnh is found only in Europe, the
eastern part of Siberia. Corea, the northern part or
Japan, and that part of North America which ex
tends south from Alaska to Mexico. Another fam
ily, he learned, is found only in Australia, New-
Zealand, Southern Brazil, the Argentine Republic.
Chili and Madagascar, while in the _WestW est l lnd es
tropical America, tropical Africa and India none
of the fish are found. The peculiar distribution he
says, tends to prove that the continents on *hich
the crayfish are found must have originally been
connected, forming one mam continent, and that
the places where the fish do not exist must bave
formed the other. . . .
Dr. Ortmann says the apparent division of the
itr PP e r part^thes r rconUnents formed a great ant
arctic region of land.
WALLER 18 DISCHARGED.
NOT HELD ON THE CHARGE OF IMMORALITY
FOR HIS ASSOCIATION WITH
MRS. DALE.
Elbert Waller was last night discharged by Re
corder Btanton. in Hoboken. on the accusation of
having lived in open immorality with Mrs. Lliza
beth Howe Dale, who is under arrest on a charge
at poisoning her five-year-old daughter. Emlllne.
last Tuesday, at Busch's Hotel. Hoboken.
>...liam Bade, proprietor of Naegle's Hotel. Ho
boken. testified that Waller was at th* hotel from
April ato April 30. and from May 17 _ to June ■ 14 ;
Sg Vrorn mVi? to h Ju n/iT'7Tb^&Ro^s
3S and 39. . which Dale ordered the rooms and paid
the rooms. Mrs. Dale ordered the rooms and paia
"Burt^enstfertlg. a clerk at Busch's Hotel, testi
fied that Mrs. Dal* and Waller went to the M
together on Saturday. November lfi undr r Ihw
ripht name*, but said they . wpr % br l ? th w r hi ? n 1 V< ]^
t.-r They ot'ctmied Rooms >> and 2.. whinw hi' n -*\<r»
conr.eTud hvT d,or. The key to the. door was
SjtTwa^'c^SSSdefl by Joseph M. Noonan. the
lawyer that V "n had they committed fornication
there was nothing to warrant th- .-h. of open
immorality, as any relationship they nave
had was secret. Assistant Prosecutor \ickera con
tended that evidence in such case? la always, W
necessity circumstantial, and that the^ evidence in
this case showed, •without a doubt, that thr>\ hart
used amibterftige to obtain connoctinp rooms and
that there was no doubt that they had lived to-
Recorder Stanton discharged Waller .on th»
ground that the State failed to give •vtdenceto
show that the Intimacy of Waller with Mrs. Dale
was -> shock to the morality of the community.
Russell Dale, brother-in-law of Mrs. Dale, was
present at the hearing. He refused to discuss the
probability of his brother coming from I nlcago to
appear as" a witness against his wife.
Mrs Dale, according to Chief of Police Donovan,
will b* unable to leave St. Mary's Hospital for a
week at least.
MR. CLETELAKD MUCH BETTER.
HIS COTJGH TROUBLES HIM LITTLE. ANP IT 13 EX
TECTED that HE "WILL BE- WELL
IV A FEW PAT?.
Princeton, Nov. 2;. Ex-President Cleve
land 1? so much improved to-day that Dr. James
H. Wlkoff. the attending physician, did not make
hi» professional call this afternoon. Dr. (Vikofl
•was bhnself somewhat Indisposed. Mr». Cl ■• md
said that her husband was resting comfortably, and
that the cough which had been dl?tre«lng him
was causing him little trouble. Th« cold ■■■ broken.
and. although still confined to hi be<l. it lo only a
question of a few days when he will be as well aa
usual.
JERSEY CITY* .v/;ir parks.
IfONBT appropriate© POR THH PURCHASE OP
LAND FOR PUBLIC DBS.
Th' Jersey City Board of Finance yesterday ap
propriated 136.000 for th« erection of a new park
in the Lafayette district, and 136.000 for the en
largement Of Columbia Park In the Greenville dis
trict. To accomplish this latter, it will be neces
sary to purchase about half a block of ground, with
three houses. This will extend the park from its
present westerly terminus to the Hudson Boule
vard. The Lafayette park bite will consist of two
blocks. One of these blocks is owned by City Col
lector Robert Davis, who Is to be paid 110,000 for
the property, for which he paid 18.560 three yean
ago. The other block is owned by Mrs. Eastcamp,
Mrs. Prltchard and one other peruon. who has
given an option on half the block for 19.000, while
Mrs. Prltchard and Mrs. Eastcamp axe to receive
the same, amount for their half. This will make
the entire cost 128.000. The remaining J7.000 is to be
used in putting the site In order.
The money wiil be raised by the issue of bonds
us provided by the law enabling cities to create
parks.
The site. Belected is bounded by Mannlng-nve. and
Woodward, Manl.- and Van Home st». It Is In
tended to have this park and the addition to Colum
bia Park in order for public use by next spring, if
possible.
TO CELEBRATE THE BATTLE OF TREVTOS.
A EIIAM CONTEST WILL, EH ARRANGED ON THTJ
ONE! HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIFTH ANN!
VERSARY OF THE FIGHT.
Trenton. Nov. '£> (Special).— committee of fifty
leading citizens, appointed by Mayor UritjKs, de
cided tc 1 -night to observe the 12;. th anniversary' of
the battle of Trenton, December 26, by a sham bat
tle. There will also be public exercises Indoors.
Some of the old Revolutionary landmarks are still
standing. Including the famous barracks near the
State Capitol. Bronze tablets will be placed on
some of the historic spot? as nearly as practicable.
The details? of the actual battle will be reproduced,
including the famous attack on the headquarters
of Colonel Rail, the Hessian commander, situated
on the present Bite .if St. Mary's Cathedral, The
supposed Continental army will enter the city by
the river road, the approximate course taken by
General Washington after his famous passage
across the Delaware.
The co-operation of Governor Voorhees win be
asked by a committee which will wait on him to
morrow.
CANNING COMPANY TO SELL.
I'ennlngton, Nov. 25 (Special). — A epeciul meeting
of the stockholders of the Pennlngton Canning
Company was held to-day to vote on a proposition
to sell the plant to the American Packers' Asso
ciation. After havltiß the association's proposition
fully explulned to them the stockholders voted In
favor of selling the plant to the association com
prising the States of New-Jersey, Delaware and
Maryland.
TO ABANDON ITS TROLLEY LINE.
Mount Holly, Nov. 25 (Special;.— Notwithstanding
the fact that a contract was awarded for a new
electrical power house In this city. It Is asserted
that the Pennsylvania company has decided to
abandon its trolley road between this city and Bur
lington The burning of the power house several
weeks agro lias caused to be discontinue.! a most
peculiar trolley system, this having been the only
line where electrical and Kteirn cars used the same
tracks. The people have been enjoying eighteen
trains a day. with an excursion rate of 25 cents
This will now be substituted by a round trip fare
of 'Mb cents and six trains a day.
A GOLDEN WEDDING.
East Orange. Nov. 'Xi (Special).— Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Powles celebrated their golden wedding an
niversary to-night at their home. No. 23 North
Maple-aye., Kast Orange. A dinner, at which their
Fix children and some of their nine grandchildren
were present, was followed by a. reception. Mr
Powles is Ffvnty-two years old, and his wife is
two years hi? junior. Their children are Mrs
Francis E. Loutrel. of South Orange; Mrs. Charles
Earl, of New- York: Mrs. L. F. Castle, of Chicago-
Mrs. Harry G. Chur. of Nutley; Edward C. Powles
and Miss Edith Powles, of East Orange.
STOCKS CLOSE HEAVY.
DECLINES AFTER ADVANCES
DEMAND FOR HIGH PRICED ISSUES
BREAK IN COPPER.
Closing prices yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Saturday's quo
tations were: gTOCKS .
Amal Copper... 80 - SJk , Mcx Nat : ctf 9 . . . . 14H - %
A £ c prl F ::::: 3£ — * Ua £*■■ m- «i - *
Am Locom Sl'i — *8 do pref &34 + £
do pref B>ii + > N V Ont & W.^rgJ -7 H
Am «smeltlnn... i — i*fc Central l-2Vi - 2^
A™acoSda ...... 33 - 1 Norf & West.... 60Ji — %
A? Too & S F.. 80% — H North Pao pf....I(X)H — -
do pref.i ..... 100 •» - *8 KTC &St U.. 52H + 1
Bolt & 0hi0.. ..108 - 1 . Pacific Mail .... 44^ - 1%
Brooklyn R T.. «7J4 - 'i Pacinc „ Coast... - »% + *
Canada South.. S6U + % ; Perm R R 15<>** + »*
CM& St P....1«9f» + % People's Ga5..... 8* — »
Canadian- Pac. — *» Pressed Stl Car.. 43^ + .
Cbes & Ohio 48"» 4- '* ! do pref >*'^ —
C I & Pac....147'4 — 1* Reading .... M T"~ii
Chic Gt West.. »* do Ist pref.... »•>«, + »
Chic & Alton... 37 - H do 2d pref 60H + *
Chic Term pf... :!fi'» — V Rep I& h I* — "^
Chic In.l & L... 47", — S_ do Pref... iOS + 2
Consol Gas 220* + ', St L & F .... 52% — J
Col Fuel & 1... Id — H • do 21 pref 1 1 ** — j*
Col & South.... 14 — J. St X. S\\ 30* + £
do 2d pref 26Vi — H do pref Jjl a J»
Col &H C & 1.. 18U + 2|i St L. & Adir 120U + *
CCC &St L,. W»'» — '/». Southern Ky 34 — Jl
Pel & Hudson.. — lUj do pref. »-£i + *
Den & R G pf - 94», : Southern Pacific. 60* — "*
Erie .„: 42» — Hi Term C& I Co.. I- + «
do Ist pref... 73 U — % ! Texas & Pao. .. .41 — '*
do ii.l pref... 60 — Twin CR T 108 4- *
Gen Klec-tric....2«.S +6^ , Union Pacific .... la *- 1
Gt North pref..l93'i — % do pref •••».* — r*
Hock Valley.... 61 4. + HIU 9 leather 12% + J»
Illinois Central. l4o% +'» <3o £&:;::::: 8 - *+ <
Kan City 50.... 21 »i 4- H US Steel 4-H +
,"> pre.f •'.."" 4fi + % do pref 0T1? IL_ N
Louis & XaFh-.lOS'i 4- '^ Wabash 21*
i^nhattan 184% - * West Inion Tel. «% + .
Missouri Pa 0...«« - % WI« Central 21 S + »
Met ritreet Ry..1H7% — 54 1 do pref 43 * -»- I
BONDS.
B* O (told am.. .108% —HI North Tan 4s l^i — £
do deb 4s 108 —V* ' Kea.lin gen ..'!>. — *
Chic B & Q 45... 98% — % Third We 45.,,.. I'« — »
Erie iren 4s fO 4- U Un Pao cnnv 45... 1 ft. — <
Kan ("en 3d inc. 30 —Hi West Shore 8..... • « £ —S»
Mcx Cen 2d inc.. 20 — l\i West Shore is m*> — %
North Par 3s 7274 + *»
THE DAY'S OPERATIONS IN STOCKS.
Great irregularity prevailed in yesterday's
market, and. despite an active demand for se
curities, last quotations showed more net de
clines than net advances. Weakness in the af
ternoon was induced in great part by the sharp
decline in Amalgamated Copper, which was
heavily sold on the reports from Washington in
timating that the concern would be proceeded
against under the provisions of the Sherman
Anti-Trust law. This report was circulated Sat
urday and subsequently denied, but in appearing
again yesterday It carried conviction to some
minds that an official Investigation of the com
pany by the Department of Justice was to be
undertaken. In the early dealings activity and
advancing prices were reported in the so-called
Vanderbflt shares, while many high priced se
curities, notably Pennsylvania, enjoyed in
creased speculative and investment attention.
Traders bought Pennsylvania stock on the the
ory that its price was relatively, low and that.
in view of the advance in New-York Central,
which has not paid as much to stockholders in
the last two years as the Pennsylvania nan paid,
the quotation ought to move many points higher.
In well informed quarters it. is said that New-
York Central is on its way to 2<X). discounting
future Increases in dividends and other valuable
distributions to the stockholders. New-York
Central sold at IT4' = . and Pennsylvania at 152%.
Baaed on their respective merits Pennsylvania
appear! to be the more attractive purchase at
preeent prices. Both stocks, however, are solid
Investment issues; in fact, the best In the rail
way market.
Further Indications that poid exports are over
for the seap.i: h"lr"*'l speculative sentiment In
th* morning. The local exchange market was
easier in tone, while in Paris exchange on Lon
don failed t> sb< w any evidence of a need for
further gold Imports for the liquidation by
London of its obligations In the French capital.
Prance has taken on this account about $17.
000.000 In the last few weeks, but the position
i • the New-York banks has not been weakened
by the ehipments. Indeed. In the, last two
weeks, despite exports of over f12.00D.000, the
local money institutions have gained both in
cash :i!i<l reserve holdings. Ably handled and
well protected, th* New-York banks are In a
position to withstand a foreign drain of gold
ai d to promote stock market and general busi
ness activity. Currency to the amount of ?.'w'.<>.
<>:m> was transferred to New-Orleans yesterday.
The movement of money fur cotton crop pur
posee Is tioi yet over, but receipts of currency
from the Wes-t more than offset the shipments
to the South. An active bull market was con
ducted la-st year, with money conditions less
promising than they are at present
The decline in Amalgamated Copper and pos
sible proceedings against the company will not
upset industrial or financial conditions in this
country. People who sell stocks at a loss- on the
basis that all industrial companies are organized
to restrain trad.' and check competition, and
that all are to be disbanded through the courts,
will merely play Into the bands <>f professional
operators for the decline. The greater number
of new industrial companies are organized >>n a
basis that complies with the law. Legislation
against them on the ground that they check
competition will fail flat, inasmuch as they not
only do not restrain competition, but actually
encourage it. Already the biggest industrial
combination In the world, the rnited states
Steel Corporation, is threatened with competi
tion from a proposed $250,000,000 steel com
pany. The good industrial stocks are worth
buying. They are cheap as investments at their
current level, and they are for many reasons
more attractive than the high priced railway
shares. There were many more net declines than
gams at the close, but. with the exception of
Amalgamated Copper, there were no important
losses, while in a number of active shares sub
stantial net advances were recorded. New-York
Central. Pennsylvania, Lake Krie and Western.
General Electric and Hocking Coal and Iron
made noteworthy gains. The volume Of busi
ness was heavy, amounting to over l.i!Oo,fH>i>
shares. Sentiment remained bullish, despite the
reaction in the last hour.
THE HAY'S OPERATIONS IN BONDS.
GOVERNMENT BONDS— Market firm. Final
quotations follow:
Bid. Asked. | BUI. Asked.
IT S 2b 1930.reg.10bS lOß'i U.S. -Is. 1907.c0u. 1 113
it's! -a lV3o.cou.loßS. I**V» U.S. 4s. 1923.reg.139H 189%
it's' 38 1908,1**. 109 U.S. 4*. lft2."».cou.l3!>U IM S .
T- 'st a » 11*08. cou.lOh : i WV> i U.S. 6s. lVH>4..rvg.li>7i» 107N,
US 8b mOß.isml.KiH 108 U.S. »i«. 11)04, cou. 107%,
US- 45,1907.rcE.112& 113 I Dist. of C. 3-05».126 —
RAILROAD BONDS.— Market Irregular Total
sales amounted in par value to $3,365,200. against
$1,956,500 on Saturday. The heaviest dealings were in
the Atchlson general 4a. Baltimore and Ohio gold
and debenture 4s, Chesapeake and Ohio 4^,8, Chicago
Burlington and Quincy 4s, Krie general 4a, Kansas
City Southern 3s, Mexican Central Ist and 2d In
comes. Northern Pacific 3s and 4s. Reading General
4a, Southern Pacific 4s. Third Avenue 4s. Union Pa
cific convertible 4s. Wabash debenture Bs and West
Shore 4s. Consolidated Tobacco 4s were also
active. ___»___
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. Nov. 25. 4 p. m.— market for Ameri
can securities was Irregular, at small final price
changes. Last quotations follow:
London New- New- York
close. equivalent, close,. Changes.
-—- ::■:::: &l «5 «£ +2
lliiiiil is* ££ ±a
i-t IMul 441, 43 43
do Ist preferred /..'.I I ill
fera^s;* as k, 7S
Ken- York Central ...... 174H 1.0 I'" 5 * — H
Northern Pacific P ref...lo4V, 102 - — —
I=r^-{E:£; Mtti MMI =;!
pacts;- • " • m :::. 2* S S* - *
t- 0 Kfiel .xi::::::: 1^ 42*» '«? -r 3
SILES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS..
' 1 Actual sales i— .'loalng-i Shares
1 Open! High. Low., Fln.j Bld.|A lc.! »o'd
• ■ — lAA *»trt -
Adams Express. ; — j — — ! — '220 | 2—2 — — I
tSSZ&SZZI £k\ »4 S* 80 ( TOTil 80 [166^ |
Am A r Chem.. — i — i ~ iSi 185 ,
do pref — — ~ _„ °„, 4 100
l§l#ilJßl
American Coal - - - - -g» H 560 I
Amer Cotton Oil 28M j9'i -» -» g ~ H^»
mmm 4, =1 lr>
•American Ice.- 26% 2t»'B 2t>?s -0/3 -n «
•(io pref. —~ m I oj^ —
•Amer Linseed.. — — — fiu . 20f)
•Amer Maltln ..| — I — - — 1 — o . ' „?-* . 000 f
:^« 1 a £ £ r I -;s
•American Snuff | — — — _ }M . |«<
..: d mer Pr^aV.-.::jl^ 12, 1204 »« }=£ »
•do pref — — — ■ f , 7 otl "
Am Tel & Cable - - - ~ _ 138
jSSSFi ii r:^ r p is 1- P '-
do pref — — Sl lt.4ot>
A^ i pr"r.-.-.-.":.: iSS >£ iS}W g;^
Amer Tel & Trf - — - ~ _ . LBSO
80-ton A L p!..l — f — | — „-,. "S (571,' 7,W*>
B'klyn Rip Tr.. 68 <S&K «7 j•» «* 2 7;"* i J
H'klyn Un Gas.. — — — • _ 10 « ,1%, 1%
Hrunswlck — — • 121 121 ni 122 ; 32-">
Buff R & Pitts. 122 122 121 121 l-» j-r
ifSHiii [130 ](n : 1 !
iS«.&:^ .« s Mi«m 21 -
Chlca.ro * Alton BTKI 37; 2| 3. W^ 78% 78U 700 ;
do (31 W>st... — —I=^ ■» 0., • or>lio r>li T .aaa :
rteSi*^ '^ •♦»» I+7 * 'tV mo 4
1!i SI '" M* "■ .M IM IM IM IM liT M
iiiiliiifini
r^^. Wheel; - - = i- ■ |74 » ! —
rto prer — — _ lfM> I__ j _
rr^iTiron.l ssui sJ^ «*,§»■ ,g» —
do l.t pref.... MJ» ». ;^H -^ |^,* ?^ 1101>
,^l^rc f^fr 3ft SJ is-; «» ;
ifiiiiil 1 1
IHII iiii 1
pwM&FtD.. - - - ~ ,7
I^mond -Mat-ch: mm 1^ U»|W,- » JJJ
•Wit of Amer.. 1% « ]*♦ ,A 4 »l% 32 ™
4ot^-"-'4 o t^-"-' 11 1 ii ill
IfHife 1 1 11
UtaStoXm^ 1 1404 1«4 J I4OJS ! 140% 140H 141 3.W0
do rlsrhts 8 M* .-n >* — °j^_
»■ » £ y^Si So
•in?& r :::::: g
Sill I ill 1
io^r/nVra-.:::: Wga 5j Si & *-
Hiiiiiii
Keok A De» M. — — — — ' l« l * J* 3ZI
Xln X A- Pe-m....| — — i — — — g* ±:
Knlck Ie« of ChJ — — — • — ! ';, ! " ( ___
. STG^::d= - - r •«* - — !
L?k- r shoreV..... \xn 3.W 3£.0 3W » 3.0 V3> j
&£ x i^^ iwim i^jiol^io^ low =^>
Manha-Tan" n!:: law »•» Utt »«% !»« »«*] =>_^ j
i ..: _ " ' ieg 168 mto i'-ts xq i^ts io.t.v> :
St! v. ,of Ch. *1 41 ■ 41 4.. 4JH
■ ■■:.- —-si is s s is
•"£,«£* ??. ls s s s z< s«
MlMoSr ;■■ •• IMS lO4S.l"-\ lo.i IM% 108 28.300
iN« ■,■:;,:■" 55 S « « I « 42H IS
■•31 pr^f .:;.■. I io:-: 1102.: 102U 102U 102V 4 104 10ft
•National Lead.. I — I — — , — . J2 % ??!' ~~~
•National Salt.. — — — — 1^ S — !
•do pr«"f — ! — — — * •***
•xTtrXfr Coal" I^6^ — I 136-4 l.Wj I 155 I * j
♦N V Air Brake 156H1186H 13«%Ub«4 J52 :1: 1? 7 _ o
N V neutral ... 171 174* 171 172H IJ2\ 172% 72.015;
NVCh.v B1 I>. ■ 524 5514 .-2--. 52H JO 2«i 83 2.9H0
.; '.- ■/;'•.•'■.::: . m< 4 81% \*im\ »i% «"4 st'i a»
N v Lack *W. — — — | — 13«H U0 -— .
X V Ont'iV.'l W 38W ■'■■' ST»»;f3SS ~Xi\ l«.40O !
Norfolk £ West. I 80% •'>!'- 60 ••"'♦ ••"• ''•"'- 30.5>2.. .
■ ■.'<-:<> v :■!■- «H c'- »m »Hi ! '-';
N• •' American lift 00 ! i*"> ' '.<■".'. »4 I»8 ! 7i»> ;
Noith "a.- pref. 1""% I«>H 10OH 100% I'"'%. 10OS 400 :
Or.tario Silver .. 10 i 10! 10 ilO | f' : -, l«"« \ 30rt '
I'aclno Coast... 73'il 73% 111 1 7.-!-,-? 73* |^72 73 j 3..»;
do I*: rref.... — 1 — — — £2 M2 4 "^T
i o -„^ nr ef I 77ij: 77'i| 77 77 !77 "S I 20<> 1
Pacific Mai1.!...! 4rt ' «"' *«; ■»♦'» 44: -- ■»■"• | - •■■"•» :
!>,'.., n n 1 !■.'■ ! 152* 149*4 1.""\ :i.w,iiM I.";' 7*7 ;
peorin A BaVt.-| 41 " ! 45 I 43 I ■» '• r 42 ! 4.". ! 1 .000 I
Peo Gas A■'-- I '■-•* I '■''■' 1 * ;; ' 7 "' ! ;; ' v j ■• : '» ■"* " -"" ;
lYre M..rquttte.J —!—j —j — — X -TTT '
i«Ei|i |||: I ii
PFtW ,v Chi.'. — I — — — i ;i;t — 1
Priwec -Stl Car I 44 ! 44 ' 4."« ! 43* -»:< ! 44 2nrt ■
do rrVf i 87* 87* 87* 87* 87 «•* SM
I'i'liPiun . ... I■ — i — — i — '21« '.219 !
Qutck»Uver 4', 4* 14 4>i| ♦* 4S J^.X> j
Keadlrs f y 81 I .'■'-• ! 50*1 51 151 1 Bl* R.9M
do m rref.... M i 81 ! 80 I SOH 80 I 80* 17.410 j
do M pref ... 8O»4l 80* S(Ui >•>»'» «>'■« CO* 32.500 !
•Kep Iron & SO. 1«* l lG ! i! lrt ! lfi ' 1«5 IS* 2..VV> j
•do r r..f .... 68 70V «9 ' 70% 1 68% 70* 2.559 !
Rome W /fc Ok.. — — — ! — 214 — I — — ■ i
•Rubber Good*.. 25 j25 24U] 241j 24*; 20 .**<» I
•do pref IT 77 77 77 77 178 I Wt j
St Jos &Or 1.. — I — — — tl* 11* ; :
do 1-t pref ... 61Vi 81' 4 61'; 61* 80* «3 ! 100
do 2d i>.-f !—I —( — — 214! 23 j j
5t Uwl Aik.. 129* 129* 125*4 129* 129* 1294 Mm |
tft L a San Fr. 53 I 63H B2HI B2H; 82% 52* 2.9 M I
do Ist pref — I — — | — ISI >2 I
do 2d pref '72 172 71 ! 71% 71 ' 71 V; 1.290
St Louis Southw 30^! 30«; ' 30^ 80*; 2!'H SO I 100 ■
do pref 61T» 61V 6»% 61H '«1 61* 8.700 !
B1 MshSt Alr — — I — ! — 31 32 ! ;
do pref — — I — I — 81 'NT :
Fo-ithern Pacific 61N,! 61% i"-.v, «0% 60% 60* 12.0n<>
Southern RR. 34*1 3&H 34', 34»»l S4'« 34V r.'.».400 I
do pref ! 82'»! J»HI 02 I' 2-. 92* 62* 13.10.V ,
Stand Rope A T 4", 4% 4 , ! 4", 44 4% 10»»
T.rm Coal & Ir. 65V, 6C.V, 65 I 65 : 64 » « I T. 688 .
Texas & Pacific. 42 42Vi 41, 41--2 41*1 -US 3.100 i
do Uii.rt Trust — — — — I 35 ! 37»,
Third Aye P. R. t — — — — ! 121) 122 — - j
Tol I 1".I 1 ".- .<• \v. ..I — ! — — — B*4 —
Tol St I. £• \V... 20% 20% 20% 20% 19' i 2tV% 105
do pref I — — — — 344 35 '
Twin City R Tr. 10* |10S\itl0S 10S lOS 10.S'. Mmi
do pr.f 153 (158 158 i IBS 153 — WO
-Inlon Ha A P — — — — 114 IB*
•:,, pref ', 73H 74*', 73«; ~i\ ! 74 74' 3 800
Union Pacific... 104* 104% 103', 1034 108* 1034 ! 40.630
do pref 91* 01?» !«>N 90* 00* 91 I * <»»>
U S Express i — I — I — — 98 »4
V s Leather... 12* t IS* I 12\ V.T,' 12 18 14.MX« !
•00 pref ' 82* i*2T» .'•2" i 82* 82* 82* 1.618 i
U S Rubber 15% 16 IB* M ' IB* 16 20<> (
do pref I 52 ! 52 ! 52 I 52 ! 514 "2>- ISO
V S Steel I 42Ti 43 1 *2% 42* 424 42*»| 11.510
do pref IP3 93',i 024 92* H24 92% 1 24.055
V« <•.■!• Chem... I — — I — I — 161 I«3 I
do pref I — I — I — I — 12141123 1
Wabash I 21*1 21% 21* 21* 21* 21V, 2.100 i
do pref : 89* 30»* 39 ' 89* 30 | 3l» 4 7.000 !
Wolls Karpo Hx. — I — I — I — l "> |20<» | |
West Union Tel. 91* 02 ! »14 Pi-: 91% 91* 4.»»>
Wheel A L 8. .. 10»» IP'S' 19 ' 10 ' 10 I!>4 2<»>
do Ist pref 52* i! 52 1 ; 52 '52 152 ! 32141 2<>O j
do 2d pref ... 30 ISO i3O ■ 30 88 32 2in> '
Wl-consln Cent..! 217,! 22 I 21V 21 5 ,, 21' 7 21% 1.200 |
do pref I 4:!'-; 43Hl 43 ' 48* 43 | 4."»'« 888 I
Total sales for the day 1.203.242
•Unlisted.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Reported by De Haven & Townsend. No 40 Wall-st.) '
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asked.
Am Rv Co 454 +" ! North Perm 10-J —
Con L. Sup com. 23», 23»i Phlla Co 47»» 4S
do pref. 68* TO I Perm RR C 0.... 75K» 75"i
Cambria Steel... 2.M, 25^i Perm Steel com.. 42 44 i
CPRvCo of I. 43 46 do pref S4 85 j
Choctaw Ky RO4 81 Perm El Veh Co. \ 1
do pref 55>i M do pref 1 14
Con Tr of NJ. 67 6.H Phi la Elnc Co 5 54
Diamond Steel.. 2«.» 24 Phlla Traction... 07^ 07*.
Fie.- St Rat Co. 57 50 ; Phlla A Erie ... . 431* 43» 4
do r ef 57 50 ! Pitts Con Tr Co. 23»; 235»
Elec Co of Am. 6% ''** Sus Iron & Steel. 1% 2
Ins Co of N* A.. 24V* 244 Tidewater Steel.. P 1 ; 0\
T^'hlsh Nay 76 76% V CM of N .1...2-* l _ 1
LehiKh Val R R S^S. 36»i Union Traction... 324 32% ;
Marsden 4. 4>; r Can Imp Co. . . US', 110
Nat Asphalt I'm 2 | Welsbach Co 42 45
"do pref. ; 34 8* \V ILtOnof C. % % j
Northern Cent..Kf> — I
noNPs.
Asp CO Of Am Ba 414 42 Newark Pass 58.11*4' 119
Ird PRy Co Bs.IOSH 109 Peoples Trac 4s. 1"«4 1"7 1
NJConSs U9\. HI Union Trac 45... »7k. 8S
MM Asphalt ss. 21 23 i j
BONDS. ""*
1.100 Adams Ex 4s 105 ' 1000 mStp_ _
12000 do 105 100«, or..- r *' - 1! *!
100<> Am H& I- «*... 82% .TOOOO do' „.' . m **■ «3
20000 A T& S F Gen 31i.n» .],, M »\
4s Kttiij 15O»y> do ii iii,. - S.i»
15^00 B& O <v>id 4S..IW*! 1000 Mich „ Jv ?'" — »
27O«O do 104 l«»> Mo Xt T i-'-^H
1000 do 103";! 8006 do T lst *»-loc<
3000() do Con Deb 4s. 1071,1 300o»> do *M
mm do 1.107",! sow Mo pWf^t";",
10000 do 107% 4On,)Moh * jS^ln'"-} 0 *
44n00 do 10* 2,y»i Nor (Sr Ccn V*" 10 H
71000 do Prior 3H»-- ?«•% iom> x y Cent I 1051 *
11POO do »JH 20.0 .j " •m
5000 do ?wn 3H5... 6]!, -000 ;,. v ■'• r ',' , ' " 2*
1000 do 91'; '■«"•' x 1; *p V^ 9^
11000 do i.l , *P 4? La «
6000 Bkln W & W 3? 5000 . m. -„ 9T
''tfs 75>4 2«ifi do . "••• — HJJ
2.V10 BCR A N lst.lo6', MM N y iQCoVr" 118
.W|O do Cl Tr 55... .124 A p* s^ Co E ,^.
lOfiO Cof Ga Con 55..106i;| 2000 do 1( l«4
lOOIVV do ls>t Inr 73 5000 do '. J2^
5000 do 7r>u, sjm do "»
lOOrt do 2d Inc 31 j :«**> .v v O &"w*o:;* K^
5»V»> do 3d Inc 17V 4s R * r ,^
tOfiO do :::::::::::: Ssul 355^*^^^
S»»B dn I - MOO Sor AW Cor i,
2000 C of X J Gen Si 3000 do ""iS^
Reg; 130 iif'fi N - Pa- Gen ' l -£>
SCO Cent p Gtd 31,*. 88»4 m(m ,, o rac Gen 3s - 2/
12000 C& O Gen «&a.«H lorn do - 313 1
r.OOO do 107 V* fifn">A do — ••-. 72^
13000 do 107 3SOOO do 4s!'! ~is>'
SOOO do Con .V 119% s<X»Peo &E mc B|
2000 Chic & Alt 3*3»-- «« aOMB do ir*
SOOO do Sii'illfniOrt do " ~i>
2000 do SH&iIOMO do ~~ .', ■<
1000 do sr.>,! I 6» Reading 'Gen "is"
.1000 C& X I G.n 53.122 | .VIOO do .. " *"•• 25
MM do S F8? ...1:4 SOM do " VaVB"" S?
1000 c g l i c ist ' iom*> dr. . •S*
ss. i" 1 - ir*m do ..." £
13J1500 C B ft Q Jt 4*. 98*|: mm Rich * D r.inh's
3000 do 9*141 tOOO Rio G9o Ist. S^
-'■<»> do 9&&J3I<mO St [. &I Mt **" or.
10C«O» do Neb Ext 4s.lltV\l >.». .-=t L. AS V Gen
«SM Chic Ter Tr *•-. M'st .-,< ~,
3000 do 9) »4» 4 tooo (5o Ref 4»"r*" '•-»
1000 Col & Po Ist 4s. 88% 6000 do "* «i
10000 Col Mid Ist 4?.. 82*4! IdOm St I- g wn -M ~~ Iht
3000> do 3-4s 82 I ;.•.. do . ►" M
3000 ■ do 82!5 7rK>o S A & A r»s'!~*«
iMft ron GCh Ist Ss.iHl | 3MM do ... '«2
100000 Con Tob 4s I"'.'? 404»> >. far *Ga lst*"l«
'S*u\ D* R G Con 4?.1 f >:' : "-« 0.-.iifio So Pac Cl Tr 4s U
zr.r><<o do !":;••, 14MMI dr. '" Cv
2000 D* ? W Gen 4?. »3 ! 11I»V» do 4'-<« . !"iJa
1000 DJItMLO.. 33% 3000 South Ry lst Ji"S"
3000 DofAm C T se. '•'■.'.• 2»«"'O do ...... . ;; >ri
1000 Erie 1«t Con !4»V-- -fifiO F»and RA T Inc' tl
4000 do Prior 4* ..'.!».■ v KXK> Term Cl IAR 6s
1.-,«« do Gen 4s M. ! De Barteleben..l(i*;
5000 d"> SS^i ! «V"« Third Ay- Con 4s ICIX
SOU do *»'■» 7!ih»> do —MX
1000 do ■•• ! 4<W TStLi- W4s . (J;
loono Hock V Ist 4»is.l«« ; 300.. do X
.-,<«OU do 10*';; iroio Union Pac Ist 4s. IMS
!¥<(«> do 10* : lohooo do Con vt 4s. 107-;
MOO Int & •'•' S 21...10<><;'^20<V> *•-> „ jfS
4eoo Kan C & P I-!. !*' ! -■• • do IT,
Sees K»n City So 35.. 70 ! .vono do —.list
10000 d.-> '•■' . tsono do ... jo;
lOfioo do 7'VS. 1 !<*■*> T" <t B!k Rir 45..1!1K
2.-,(>oo d.> 71 J 2POO Waba«ti Ist ss.._lj»
loom do "is 3*loo <\c> 2' not;
63000 do 7t«4 loon* do Deb A JJaJ
WfiO Co 7' "■_ .-••«> do — .. 89ii
4.-.4«-. tin 7lVi™«V rtr> _..lIV>
12'O0rt do 71", 1 ?,70fi0 do D»b B SJg
HiOOO do 72V2.VW do — «IK
202000 do "- 2'"O<' an _. . (Rt
4000 KinKS Co El 4;>.. f«o'i: uioiv> do «;
ioott do 90 [2I3MM do ~sM
r^lOO t^h V N V <".•'• I IWOOO ■■>.■■ „ 82t
4i.> lioi^! nonno He, _ «?J
4000 I .' 110-%!44<yw do _*2
r.nno I-onK H Cor 55.121' t l 1008 V."*?t Short 4s VLZ\
ISM I. A N O»n ..121 I 2<"«v> tin tOt
.-,000 do T'nlfied 4^<. ii f-\f -\ 1 33000 d-> 1131,
SSOM Man C^n A- 105 ! SMS v: a I, E M Cos
ir,C<*> Met E>v Ist «».».lt?;! 4s 9;
:>O4V> m St P.y G-n 55.11!>",: -<-m v.':=. Cent Gen .- •->,
MM do ..I '12° nooo do _ SS^.
Total sales rf bonds. W. 365.200.
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
Washington. Nov. 25.— The essslttlM Of th? Treaj.
ury. dii-isions of ls?uc and redemption, at the be
ginning of business to-day was as follows:
RESERVE Fl"Nr>.
Gold coin «nd bullion ■■ M
TRUST FUNDS— DIVISION OF REDEMPTION.
Gold coin fMSOjm
Silver dollar? - * a * a Ss2
Stiver dollars of l*^ I.J?H!
Silver bullion of IS9O - 40.290.«»
Tnta , _j?o*.s9aes
DIVISION OF ISSUE.
GoM certlflcates outstan-lin?: ._...5.?":
Silver certificates nutsran<l!ns - 433.n05.CM
Treasury notes outstar.dlns — — 40,3.1,f1f<>
TotaT _W05,390«8»
GENERAL. FUND.
Gold coin and bur!- 'IH^- 2 ?
Gold c-rtificarps - ,?,»^
Silver coin and bullion V»,r',^
Silver c»rt!ncat»s — — • Ufii'S
I'nlted States notes «"wS
Other assets - - — "•='..4l*
Total in Treasury - - ""'iff'H""™
Deposits in national banks ll4.O*>_3K>
Total „•••••••••••••■••••••• •••••••■* ••»$— #— . • w»4*.4
Current UaMUtiea - 56.948,^38
Availabl- cash balance — — — 185.8J»3K
MONEY Ayp EJCHAyGE.
MONEY MARKET.- rates as quoted fel
low: Call money 3^44 P«r cent. ISMJ rat» 4 per
cent. Time money. 4%©3 per cent for sixty days,
three four and Fix months on railroad collateral
Commercial paper. «£&6Jj per cent for three four
and six months for the best names, and aoo^» for
names not so well known.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.- Th- foreign eschar*
market was easier under the influence of » pod
««r.nK- of bills T"- -. offerings of cotton tills, as
S?S^^?lon?or some time. Actual closing rates
follow :
Cables Sight. EU^iUli
Scrims 4^-. .■- • •■■tj.SaS
Guilders
•Less 1-liv
Bankers* posted rates were:
Sixty days. *"■'■••
Sterling t'Ql 5.15
Paris franca : .; UJ|
Heltrium francs Vf* s t 151 *
Switzerland francs „.. ' 96S
Germany relch-marks '•, 4^
Holland cuil.lers ■ • _
lne. Wo •.off; sellinp. par. r-^ran™*.
HANK CLEAIUNGS. -. New-1 "JrggS
1 m* balances. $6.^.463. B oß * o *-™!!**
Ptrhanir'! C«6 TSS; balances. M2J»
-JoKEIGN- MONKV MARKET.-CaU^
London. 2&3-A P*r cent: °P c ? t ßl^l^S per
for short Wllr. 3=S per c^nt: OW W • ?tiS*
cent. Berlin discount rate \ pe. £ ni Mlls . B*r
month^ bins and P4P 4 per cent i D cut**
Ita, exchange on London .« gor» j « J lda «a
Paris exchange on London. 5 rrancsi.^
Paris discount rate. 2' 2 per f .
FOREIGN SECURITIES.-Br.toh ca£*
money. 91%; for account 91V -Pan.^^
London. 71V,. French rentes. 101 tra.ics .
THE SILVER MARKET.-Bar rJ?S
lean sliver Mian H*C bar si'.^r " *
closed at 23-»d. ..._,.■ o Lisbon. 33-aO;
GOLD PREMIUM.-In Madrid. 4.-60. US"
Buenos Ayres. 133.20: Rome. M% mcsMS
GOVERNMENT KECEIPTS.-cus errs^ rec^
reported from Waste* SbS.S-.0. intern »»•
nue receipts. J 1.^,«. m1 ,. 25
4T7; total receipts for th< - .. daA
tures. $2..v. . - ? re
for redemption. $3.4.509. ___„.,.. was *
SUB-TREASURY.-The Sab-T; easarj
creditor^ to the Clearing House taUa^.
CONSOLIDATED EJCB I V6l! SAIE^
STOCKS. _
. — ■ .... ._ - — — ' Last I B " a JT^
— H*t ■
! r-5g
ami Copper... I «J«j g^j W »*
Am Car .v Kdry -::* »H» H ... 31's; i! 0
Am !->comotive. .«- j .fz2i y M K\ l-'«i V
Am Sugar R«l '■-■ ' ';-^| , . ;! 4>; i 5»
Anaconda .■'i;. S 'V ;■■, -• Ti go-,, * *
AtTop&SF-r "^ i& • i,.i4: «J£! *
do preierred.. H'l »j 5 i,,>' Sl K^-s; t -J
Halt .v Ohio--.-; '.'; * '.„ ««?„ . CH\ * r »
Hrouklyn X T..| b>;*> »^ 4S i, 4-4 gJ4 o
CM& St Paul \*>*\ \\\ -j 14S IJ*. j W
Col Southern.... H* 42*, «i »
Erie i*2 -• .* ~'&» ■ tf»
do ist pref... '•' *\ „^,,,1 jo*** ie?v ;i y
Louis 4 Nash.. l ''?.* gj? MS 13**» "*
Manhattan .... ]*'•- J^ 7 " ii A * l« ! V
M.-i Street 1«» '^j,, 2 m 2lSi -«»
Mcx Central .if. n"i««,' 102 7 » l<>-'» r4t*
Mo Pacific J«J« ,- M ,,: iri - -" :: "• •.#>
Sort & West... "I " ;'; 4s;, I 4.v. «»
Pu-lflc Mall ** ,-.,=, ! i4»4 ••■'-' •»►
Pensylvanla ...-I »^*> „s^ 9'H j;.3»
People's Gas.... ■*■ .jr, g»% 31 W
Reading ... " i%1i %1 *.. -"» *-^
do Ist prrf.-.- £;,* 6 .' a> J»^ S
do 2d rref..-- «',* • ,A., is"ii s "i 15 T » »)
Rep Steel l«^ r Vj*j r.--> >-■>. 4.t»
St Law 4 Adir. I^> >-' H «,,*, «»\ £-*>
Southern Pac... «* gj .4;. 4 ; 34S *,w
S3Uthern Ry---- 34 » * ♦ ;t , y-jt,
do preferred.. M », « 3;0
Term C& I V 5 4-t. 41S1 Jjf» 16.010
Texas Pacinc... '1* I* « 1034 * 4 lX »»
Union Pacinc... 104 £ 12*, K?» i»y>
V S Leather. ... ] = * "* 4 »Vs «.^ l.SHft
U S Steel...-.-- 4 -» "H" H »it, 92 T . v«>
*, preferred.. » ( »* 21 , Cl ,«..„
Wabash •■•) .-•,*! 3>> 39 in)
do preferred- , »'*» » 1? *' "' 1 91?.
Western Union.. 1 91*1 »IHI » — j
Total «ales **

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