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ALL SECURITIES RECOVER.
PASSING OF ANGLO-RUSSIAN CRISIS
MARKET.
Sharp Gains in Many Itmut-^Lackaxcanna Advances More than £0
Points, and Delaware and Hudson Over 7 Points.
Cloalng prices yesterday of the principal active
i^ecorlties and net changes from Thursday's Quo
tations «ere:
STOCKS.
Anal Copper... « - 24* J National W*A... MH -4- H
Am C & i" .... X>% t'tKl C«utr»; 1; «
Am lc* prtf S«'* f % VTOAW 44% 4- »4
Alii l-.o ; » - V Norf « W 72 -i-l
Am fcmt.arr... 72 —1 i~" ream.... 74 -r4H
Ara ,ur U2w -rft^'Pacifle Xl all S&k 4-lw
At T«> 4 S F. . «*>-• - V,I'(mRK..( laoV ->-! '«
<lo preT 102 - Hj » . g** of Chi. .lean rift
Atl»c::c C U. -14.« -2 [Piessi« St Car.. «l*4 - *»
Bali .-.■ 0hi0.... 64 — H i Itauiinf 7«'» +1V
lirooki>-n X T.. Ofi'4 4- %j ci> 3 fit J»r»f . . . >. \ -(- 4
Canadian Pac..ir» : » -1» tt Island 82V - >
Clica & Ohio 4I« •'•■'», -j tT'f 7.i » -»- '»
CM Oi • 24S - S ; Ky £i*si (*ptin». 24Vi ■+- %
<- U i. si P.... BUb -«•«■••: Kep X a. 6 U<* -H
• tii 4 n "A" IBs -I** <io pref . . . . f.2V 4- S
<-. ir * i ... 42 - 1 si L,isr2ip<i;: •*- V
Col A. Couth v *>« -rl'.Sl 1> S W 21 + '*
<Jo 23 pref 2*.* * 4- •*! fio preT 50 — '-»
Ctonaol Gt>* 2K-V 4-3VJaoss Sh S.te«l... 47 * ~Z'-%
c\m Products.. 17 - **i Southern Ri...... 84% *-l
J>el & Huflaon..!^ -7-»! to pi«< 'M^ ->- H
l>el L 4 W «li« . - j-ci-.thtni Pac <J2i« +1%
JIr!« »% -2"»j Term C & 1 57W -22 1 *
do 3»t pt»f. .. 72 •» —'V Teras A: Pac 34 — V
doij pief ... t2-» -. : »|L'n:on Pave . lll : -i -^I^ll
Inter Pa^x*-..,. 17>* - S|C g leather 12'» 4- *»
mine's Onir»l.l4:< t i. -1 ; do rr«:f **)•* - '•
Ka:. CA-a pf . .•'"■2 ■♦ ■« I" 8 Itutber SB +J4
1,..:1s A: Na«b..ir.H -2". !U s fcteel B*% 4-1*
3J«.nhatt*ii Klw -1 » co ir. ♦ PIS ~2'»
Mat Bse M 1M 1 -1 : va--.rv a --.r C 38 -1-1
Mat Street Ry..J2^ - ..nlj«j.h 21'-s -r %
Mcx Centnil . ... 1«% t-1 ss we t 42\ + : »
XSPieSU M -rf> ! West Tn Tel »nS — 'i
UK* T 81* -t-lV.Weat Elec 1704 4-3
«o pr«: tSVi + Ss \V!» Crat 83 : * -rIH
aiiaaojrl PB.c-.lut -. It do pref 4« 4-1
BONDS.
Cent ef Oa. fc.lJSfi — V I M»x Oast tot too 22*4 + %
Co M !nc 62=% 4-I H. do 23 Inc it% —J,
Oent Pa« 4s IM* + »» Or«-scn « L 4».103V» + S
CB 4 O ♦«. .. 9K% — 1 Pasai con 8-*s. . .XOS -(- 4
C R I*P X R 4s 7S - H liea^'.nx cea 45. 102 -r J»
do col I 8s . W»4 - '» g I« S W con Is «»H + *+
CM Ga» M «t.l^'« 4- •» South Psc «■.. 04^» 4- >»
Ow.eoi Tot 4s. 7r. 1 * — *-, 'In I*ar cob 45...11S 1 * +1 *
I>ls BkCSs... 73 - *» U«5 St«el 5s »7'» -i- %
CBa W< Bi ITta - 1 •% Rakish dab Bs.. «8 -t- H
STOCK MAKKET OPERATIONS.
"Wall Street awoke to the fact yesterday that
there will be no war between Kngland and
Russia, and a* a consequence Wall Street opera
tor* covered their short contracts on an ad
vancing scale of Bfftoaa, while commission house
trading for public ao-our.t was resumed, the
volume of business for outsiders amounting to
larst totals In all the active Issues. Many strik
ing advances were rr-.ivde. and a« a rule the Im
provement was mair.tiilned throughout the five
hours of business, last quotations showing a
long lift of substantial net . advances, which
amounted In many Instance* to above 2 per
cent. The upward movement naturally at
tracted a certain amount of realizing, but the
demand for securities w&s heavy enough to off
aet the selling pressure, especially in the stocks
■which nf mmm * severe loes-.es in Thursday's mar
ket. Although transactions were under the
record of the preceding day. the volume of busi
ness nevertheless was exceedingly heavy, with
the greatest activity in St. Paul. Erie, Ontario
and Western. Pennsylvania, Reading. Rock Isl
end, Southern Pacific, Union Pacific. I'nited
State* Steel preferred, Chicago Great Western,
Amalgamated Copper. Chicago Terminal, Col
orado Fuel and Canadian Pacific. The last
named stock more than recovered its loss of the
preceding day, arttfle the 'rights" also sold
higher on a fair demand. Good investment buy
ing was r^i"'rt>-.! in Canadian Pacific; also In the
"Foo" etock", th-» last naaesl showing marked
Improvement, the common advancing from the
•' at -- 1 i- to above : ;;. while the preferred
enjoyr-d a naxiinuin sain of <> ! i points. In well
Informed quarters it la thought that ".soo"
common will sell -well above par on the cur
r< nt movement. There is only a small amount
of the stock available for market purposes, end
the name thing may be paid of Delaware. Lack
awa; ar.c 1 . Western. v, hi<h made on email
deaJinps a sensational move from 21ft> to 320,
th«- miviti.ce not Ixir.jr accompanied -by news
developments affecting the property. The Im
rr«H=s:>:i Is eejjeral in Wall Street circles that
the !...( ka wanna Oir^otorp will soon make an an
nouncement which will add to the Income of the
stockholders.
All th-> anthracite Baal shares were strong,
Erie advancing i-'V* polatt for the day. Reading
I*4, Delaware and Hudson 7H.. and Ontario and
Western V
A careful examination of yesterday's market
ought to Jrrjiress »>n the minus of market fol
lowers that the present Ejaculation In securities
la something out of the ordinary, and that the
factors controlling the upward movement have
greater strength and more eignlficance than
Wai! Street has experienced In many years. De
spite the fact that securities have already en-
Joyefl marked Improvement, as compared with
their low Quotations of the year, tht-re Is every
reason to believe that the demand for stocks
axed bonds will continue for a long time to come
to an extent that will bring about even better
prices than those now current. A remarkable
public demand has <if>velo;>f-d. powerful enough
to take the market cut of th» hands of the peo
ple who started the bull movement, and as long
as this demand HJlitlUliei it Is not likely that
the substantial Wall Street capitalists will be
disposed to place obstacles In the way of fur
ther Improvement In quotations. Moreover, the
large Wall Street Interests know that negotia
tions affecting various transportation companies
are under way. and that the nature of these
negotiations warrants the purchase of stocks
and bonds at present figures. Of course, prices
have reached a point where, there will be reac
tions, such as those which developed In the
apeculatlor. of Wednesday and Thursday, and
the small oj.eni.tor should therefore agrrrhnj ex
treme caution In buying clocks at this level,
backing his purchases with margins large
enough to withstand the temporary setbacks
that axe Incident to nil advancing markets.
Bearing ir. h.'.tA that the leading :.<tive issues
enjoyed net improvement averaging 2 per cent.
»t.:if sui h gain* as ',Ki. w»rro recorded in Sugar
Jveflr.lng. 7^ in I>-]a»a:«- a::ti Hudson, 1 .
I-.*rka\va:;na, ."» in "Poo" common, and 4'-_» in
Pacific Coast, it wi!l r. niily he seen thru condi-
Uea ftmnO Ib Wm I Street that <io not favor
activity on the bear side of the- market.
No further engagements of gojd for ehipment
to Bsropa w.-r.- laoouaoed. BtcrOag exchange,
however, ni Wttoag, WA b) f^:e!£n ezchai:ge
rirrh « it m tfaoogtaJ that further exerts of
the metai would taka plan nest v.eeL. Gold ex
ports, however, do rot worry Lacking circles.
Inasmuch a* laoosUry In Nf-w-York
and tbroogfaooS tt.c- country are eour.d. while
the posstfbntty of disturbance la the rr.ouey mar
ket is ronsMrnad rjlimrty remote. The most
Sfleotumgtes; feature of ihe locaj money market
eit-^ ;<..„ Ls f oun( j ln w<^ kg moifmtrnt of
money with the interior, which shows a gain to
the New-York banks of o ves £2.000.0(10. reduc
ing the BSt loss of th.- Larks on til accounts for
Uteweek toieaa than COOO.OOO. i-:rrort 3 were
tnade yesterday to fttfnUKM tba r^te for cal
I: ;<j'..-y abOS« 24 per cent, but heavy offertn-s
by the la! B .i banks and trust .ojnpanies re
flected a supply of funds at this centra large
enough to beep „„ „; . .. .. t .t. t ;,,.,,.,. K . Vfcl _ Ittl * c
THE OAYS OPERATIONS IN BONDS.
QOVEKNMIWT mi Mitel Bt*s<i>. Final
ajuola '.■.;.» follow:
R* *■>«"."« "•>*»> ■ - *• "Tot 4
i pill*
ZIAU.UOAD EONDS.-Market strong. Total sale.
HELPS THE
amoußtM in par tsJu« to $8^30.500. against J7.Sra,Ooo
on Thursday. The heaviest dealings wera In ths
Atciilson general 4s. Atlantic Coast Üb« 4s. Brook
lyn Rapid Transit 4s. Central of Georgia 6s and
second incomes. Central Pacific 4s. Chicago. Bur-
Jln*tun and Qulncy 4s. Chicago. Rock Island and
Pacific railroad 4s and collateral trust 6s. Green
B*y and Western debenture Bs. Mexican Central
first and second Incomes, Oregon Short Line, in,
Pennsylvania convertible 3Vjs. Reading general 4s.
St. Louis Southwestern consolidated 4s. Southern
i-cltlc 4s. Union Pacific convertible 4s and \V abash
debenture Bs. Consolidated Gas debenture to, Con
solidated Tobacco 4s and United States Steel 6s
were also a£tive.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONOS.
I COOOOJap Loan Ctfs. . . BB%| 1406 Kick V Ist 4%5..10»
r,.'.'.«> do M.- a 1000 md 111 &I 4s W>4
11«<n» do Si» I i*X' low* Cent R«f Is. X 74
II.!'!""* do M- 4 406U K«J F S ft M 4». 654
3'JUO ROfC 5i Ctfs. .102 6400(1 L, Sft MSo Deb
■i Adams E* 4a....: \ 4a 100%
2'.kn> Aia plrtU is... IM*; 4000 da S4» 101
SiMiU Am Too is Ctfa.lOS ; l***> do 101H
3<«Ht do 107 ICuuO Co 101
SSOM do 107% 2<"> L I Gold it »UVi
BBSM do M7%| 1000 do Unified 4a... 101
16600 do 4s Ctfa t>44 &O>KJ do Kef 4s 101%
WIOOO do 64 i I'M) Lou ft A Ist B»...ltl3 1 »
ti.'.iHMt do 84%| 20000 LftNCl Tr 45.. 974
20<jii0 do «SF. 04-4, 1000 do NO & M Ist. 130%
4i*>»i do «M ; »| 5U<Ht MSt Ity Oen 65..1154
l«t>O Ann Ar Ist 45.. IW*«' 4000 do US%
6WK> AT* 3 r AdJ 58000 Mti Cent Ist Inc. 2.'
4* »tp<i 04V 5000 do O%
10000 do Gen 4s.sloF.Mi'; 4 20000 do 21"»
600 do 103% 5000 do 2-'S
8000 do ICC^t 1 200<^> do 2d Inc 154
8069 At Coast 4s 98-» 10000 do I !> %
XXX» do 98% : «000 Mo K&T 24 S^
8666 do 98% 4000 da Ext 5a 105V4
liKH) B&OP LE & I 1000 do Ft L I>lv 4*. «7
W V 4( 100\4! 12000 M X & T of T 6s. lf*
SOOO do gwn 5;,5... 82% 62009 N V C Hen .100%
ajim do .. 92 I 8006 do L. 6 Col 345. »O\
24000 Ckln Rap Tr 4s. 834: 1000 do 904
3UOO do Gold 0s l"7- 4 , 1000 XVC4 St L 45.10t4
I<XK) do 1074: »* X YG 4 E L H
1609 Can South Ist... 104 I & P 4b !>»%
h--> do 1044: 6000 do 944
10000 C of Oa Con fia. .113' si *-00 Norf & W Con 45.10<>4
MkK) do 1131* TWO Nor Pac Oca 35.. 7."«4
SMfj ,<., Ist Inc 88 I BOW do IS%
■aBB do 684 1 15000 do Prior 4s 10.M»
r.i«»« dr. 3d lac 61% 1000 do Ref 1044
ROOO do «2 ' 19(HX> Ore Sh L Ist 65.-12. r .
10000 ,i.) «2 388000 do 4s 1034 |
WKX> do 62% ' 100009 do 520r.1<>.?4 1
f.iVK) do 3d Inc *» inoiloi> do 106% !
f»<iOOO Cert Pac Gtd 4a.J«IH:i I HOiW do 1004 1
34000 do Wl% ?-«<»> do Ist Con ss. . .11S«i j
2888 do U»l ti 10t«0 do 118 :
3066 do 108 1 2000 Perm Court S%s. .108%
4"fiO C& O Gen 44»1"5»4 s'i"»o do 102%
25000 Ohlc &X W I>eb ' 20tl00 do 108
1900 108 14000 Pen & E Ist 45... 96
won cr.& QJt 4». us I MOO do 99%
<U">fiOO do &■*"■>; ' gooo do «!>"»
65068 do OS%j 7O do »94
8666 c 1 & L Ref 55. 116 11080 Readlnr O^n 45.. 102
100t> C R I& P lien 80000 do J C Col 4.«... 9t',
4a 1064 ; 1000 St J & O I Ist... 03
247000 do R R 4s 7S I 3000 St L 4 I Mt Cen
6000 co 76% ! f>s 11«
ia« do "8-* I 2100 dr, 4s 03%
f*x,u» do 1 7H I 8068 do RA a Dlv «a 86 |
T>'»<"> do aTr 6* .. 88 ! 14060 Ft !,*SF Raf 4? 86%
73006 do 88% 30000 St I. Eirn Con 4s. 80%
; ioikit. do 884 ! Rfioo do 80%
: 1; •> <-hle T-r Tr 4s. . S2 l(X<f>.» do S<»4
SHOO Col *So Ist 45.. R7%'sortOO do 80
L"*>o So BT% 5000 do ""4
It/000 Col F i I Convt I 6000 9 A & A P 4» . . . Mt
r.i J»rt i jooon s<>ah a I- Gold 4s. SI
;r.<vin Bs rtfs 11000 So Pac Cl Tr 4a.. 04%
1000 Tel Mid let 45... «94! 8000 do 04 ■»
MK»'t Coo Gas Deb fli.l*'.! 809 da 05
30O<» do I»!>4i 4OM do I>4H
2<*X» do ....i:<-> I BOOS do 04%
K»oi> do 159% 4006 do 944
HOOO on Tob 4? 74V 4<KW South Rr lit 85..11«)V4
3666 do 74', I H* 1 " do UsK
l»4(i00 do "44'lO0»¥» iii Mft O Col 4s M
12000 do 7*»». 1000 Third Ay« Cnn 4s. 08%
fi<KX>d do 74*,: 4iH-i<> T,il ML4W ♦». MS
MOS do 74", 1000 Union Pac let 4s.lf>."i'4
20008 do „ 19% 1 1000 do 105%
SlVftO <if> 7. . 3006 do 105
4<«">o do 73% l 110000 do Convt 45.. .112%
75<<K» do 7:.-« r-.oLtHW do 112%
f.i>-«» Cfir.t Oa! 5" ...I<>7 : '101000 ■'... 112%
W«Kt da lf>74'3S^'iiiirt do 112%
■*!>»«» dr. UTHIimOM do 112%
I ir.dOA list Sec Cor 3- . 72% ■ IJBOOO do 1 1- s
2.'"«» do T2%12am00 dc . 113
f>".» ri'. 72%!tt3f100 do 118%
17'"><> do 73 7:i«n> rlr, 1134
ro.K» do 7: .\ 41«'<>''> do 11^",
r.'">» do . 7^4 lf.rt'ifio do 118%
rsrvco do 7:' v .' 1000 lo i»»pt 110
14606 do 78%1 .'<>«> V 8 T>uthrr 65...U5%
l«tx> Dal 4 I nner lft.ll3*- 4 11000 T' S R ft Imp Deb
lHOft El Jol & E 1«t..1175! r* W'i
.■;■«■■• trie -\r: Cn-i 75..J"4 1 -' !SOOO do »O
IWirto rt a jst Cos) 45..101%!C7000 C S Steel P F 6«. «7
BfiiK) do .lot uinnA do R7H
r- . .'... Pa Cl T 4«. !C'-'. ! 7.'.(«X> .".. BT%
?■»"«■» do ft:;-, '••"•OO <io ' «7H
:"«F- \v*RGist. 84»i : 'i:nm ,-, S7's
r.irf>rt rfi KTi ■ rjm do P7N^
lOoiirt do v- 21000 Act *>7\
■000<3« Pie Ist r> s .122 0000 d.i 87%
V*vn> Or Bay Del» A.. J-^4 r.r"> di Hf? BS%
WMW <!o S*"»V I 1000 CBR« P."f »«•.. 754
f/ion d« «1 ! 4IVi(iO V.'nba«h Deb «... W.i,
r/>fiO do *>2 ' inr*>.i dn ... <ifii4
10000 do Deb B 1« 11000 do 66%
£«im •■"<■> 1»!3* M■- ■ r!o «il
2'(WVt do . ... "' -. JT'"^* V.-. .-« M > 49 . *!**•
*" r » n <*" 17 ' lOAO West fihnre 4a. ..106 *
nnw ,1t 17', 5000 Wta rt-nt <l»n 4s. f>2
11000 do 17=V
Total salts of bonds, 10,830,800.
«
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
Ivor:<l<.p.. Oct. B, 4 p. m.— Tin market for Am»rl
can seetnttlea tv-no Ftrongr and active. I^ost quota
t)o: follow:
L«r<V.a. X T. v T
clo^. e»ju!va'»nt. rlrs»>. Changes.
Ar.ir-r.'<a ....'• r«T'-, .
.*• > :■- -n *«< l -i *•.-„ t'*i 4 S
r»n-.' : :an Ta'lfio ..l"2 : . li*- 7*7 * 127% *IS.
st Panl 17*H J7PS 170% ■+- >i
Ti-l? 39U .'*>'» :17 , 4- 'v
so Ist rr^r 73 r * 71S 71 4- %
Ii:!r.o:s C»-n«rsi .. 147"_. 148% 142% 4-1%
Lasts ft Xath 187% ir>4 138 4-1
N V Otßtial 1374 T. 4 irt4
Penmytvaaia «.i~ i-"»> : i 1*4% 4 "a
Readlnc 3>« 73% TP.'i -a >
Southern Puriflo ... ( : : » 014 60% + ■»
L'rJoa Psolfls Us* H" : - 4 110 + **
V s'-^l 2*'» t 20% 19% 4- %
to pref 82% 80% 7-.< s * - %
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 8%
per rent; blctaeat. 2% per cent; lowest, 2 per rent;
Ins-t !i«n, Vi per cent; c'nserl. V; J DJ i per cent: ruling
rrite, .l i per Bent. Time money was quoted at "
par cent for «?!xty days. "'(. per rent for four, five
ar.'S f-!x mcnthr. Commercial papi .• was quotad at
i, ■(, per cent tor sixty to ninety days, 4K"'/'5 P*f
Dent for fcur to six months. :tr;'! f.'-o per cent f.jr
other?.
FOBBIGK BXCHANGS— closed firm.
Ac'.ual closing rat« follow:
CaWe?. ?!Kht. BHxtjr4sTi
Ft^rllns 4>7 4.M%04.8*% 4.»« T iS4 <;>
Jr. :. .- »r. 15 •5.15%C5.18% &.18%0*5.184
Relcfaamarka 88 BB%OStt 11-16 94 1:. •• "■ ■■■■:■
Cv Mere 40f.-l«f?io : ''i 40%0405-ia
•!.• aj l- 16.
'» w - rs' ported rates were:
Slitv -*»>-». Damar.-I.
Pte-!!r.ir 4.W 4.874
Psrif frann B-IT% 5.15
Kw '.if: 'idr.-l ftsnf 5.20 5.16%
Bslctma fraii'-s 5.2 ft s!lC'*
Gexassy rHdaissstfcß 1154 95%
Ho.l.ir.d c.il '.er< 4'»
DOMESTIC i:xr'HANOE.-N>w-Orl«anii — Pom
■ merclal. $1 discount; bank, par. San Francisco—
\ Slfc'ht. £c; telegraph. 7"* c. Boston— Par. Chicago—
! s'.- discount. Charleston— Buylnp. 1-I6c dl»cou:it;
• c< Ilinp. 1-16 premium. Bt. Lotlls—lSe discount. Mln
' r.eapoll»— 2oc discount. Cincinnati— discount.
I Savannah— Euylnff. £0c discount; nelllns;, 75c pra
; irJum.
I'A.sK CLEARINGS.— - Kxchanees,
! C2?1C5.974; t : a!ino«fi. $14,107,235. Philadelphia—
ekaaces, t13.23e.075: balar.cps, 32.&."!7,40i). Baltimore—
stTrtiSßßjas. B.4MjaS; balances. »«7.983. Chicago—
I Exchange-, $27,0:1.416; balances. {1,457.6*7. Boston—
Exrhanet*, $2J.9e».754: laaees. $1.414,44«.
FOUEIGN MONEY MARKET. money In
London. 2 : i£3 per cent. Open market discount
rate for eliort bins, 2% per cent; long bills. 2%<QZ
pf-r cent. Berlin dlaowmt rate. A\ per cent. Berlin
exchange on London. 20 marks 35 pfennigs. Paris
discount rate. 2*» par < •:.•. Parts exchange on I.on
don. -i francs 11 centimes.
FOREIGN SECURITIEH.-Brltlsh consols for
money, 5713-l«; for the account, 8713-16. French
r.-r.tff. is francs C2'-i 'mat
SILVER MAKKKT.-Biir silver, Mv:: Mexican
eSlv. r dollars. 4C'4c. Bar silver In London closed at
26 13-lGd.
SOLD PRKMU'M.— Ii, Madrid. 37.40; Lisbon. 19.00.
MEXICAN BXCUANOB.- exchangs on
N*-w-York Is quoted at Sslt*
GOVERNMENT RECEII'TS.-Oustoras receipts
reported from l^ashtncton, 8616.737; internal reve
nue -i;.'- 8715.4 M rnlsir(»iian*-oii9 receipts jj,j2 -
Sr..,r *:" -■''U''" V' r V* V uy - J1,4J5.188; expenditure.
atflMM. BeeetaU tor tl^ month to <iat<\ j41.371.iW;
"^" dl V !r " s ; * iJ f~}-lA>'f ~ } - lA >'- «<»« of expenditures, Jj.-
W.7BS. Kecelpt - for «l,e fiscal year to date »IS2 4^>5.
tjs;«gg5 ad " UrWl $2fj;; - o:l - ( '''; excess of exi-enditures..
, Ji B '':" E '; Br S V -- Th 8..b-Treasur>- was debtor
| to tli« Clearing House. Hn.a'js.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATIRDAY. OfTORKR 2*. 1904.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Shares j I -Actual Mies i— Cloeliw—
•old. I IQpenlHlKh Low. I Fin. I Did. I Auk.
' ■ Adams Express. — I — 1238 250
Albany & Sus. ,. — _ — 22S —
100: Mils -Ch&ln-rs . -.4 \l4 14 14 1374 14
1 do pref — — — — 66 #)
03,800 «Am«l Copper... 63!, 68 65% 63 67% 6I«
|Amer A«r Chora! — — — — — 2O'l
, U.) pre: | — _ _ _ 83 —
'Am Beet Silgsri — | — — — 21 25
r * <> pr«"£ — 1 — — — |72 I 7«l
1,150; Am Car & X dry; 251, 23* 25 1 , 25\ SS%\ 26
tOOI do l>r.-f I 83H MH 63V, 84%] M . -*'»
■ (American Coal.. — — — — ;173 i2o<>
200|Amer Cotton OH 32"* 32\» 32U 32* M . .'-'-•
1 do pref — — — — i 94 I«7
;Amer Dial Tel.. — — — — i' 7 , 28
iAwer Expresa... — — — — 203 '210
•Am-.r lir Twine) — — — — 7<i| 7>4
Am Hl,1» & L,. — — — — r>'»; ft»i
• do prof i — — — — 1 20 I 22
»*0 'American Ice..! BHi 8H 8% B\i ' 8H BH
1.2501 «do prof I S& ! .»: 37 35 1 36\» 8« ! * 37
I'Amer Unseod.. — ;-- — I — 14 ; 14H
! "do rr.M' __ — — ;35 37
4,010 'Am Locomotive; 27m 274 26* 27 1 ,' 27\. 27^4
800 »dn pref.. \ Vn \ Vt% 97 !i7 t«7 OTH
140|»Amer Malting..! CV», s'-» B'i 6** SSI 54
! »do pref : — ! — . — ! — I'lHi, 21->»
*Amer Smelting.. 70%! 724 1 Tf>V 72 1 71 7 ». "2
625| Mo pref 111% 112 1117411J 112 j 113
'America* Snuff I — i — — ; — ISO 160
Mo l-.ef — ! — — — 1 85* i! *«
Am St! Foundry i —.1 — — — I «Hi 8
200| do pref '■ SO M 1 M j3B ,35 .96
12O.««."i 'Amer Sugar. ... 1 IS7HJI42H IS7H 142* 142>4J142H
3Ooi •do rref 13<V, , 137 136 Vi 137 ; 137 13S
; 100, Am Tel & Cable) 08 102 i»2 03 !HI j !><«
,Am Tel & Tel..] — — — — |l42*i|U4
700: Amor 'fob prfJ-flf^ ' U.'. l , i 146 14." ;144\|14«U
8.f*)«) »do new ctfß. . iB6 ! BC4| 8d 85%! — , —
- -Am Woollen... — , — — - , 17Vi| IS
300 «Jo pref K. r . ; M v P3H «3'« ; *>^*i 8*
400 •AiMton.la 07 i»L",' iT »4 1 i>» ; BMt
100, Ann Arbor SO 3« 30 30 i 'M 32
1 do rrtf ! — — — I — 160 64
1" ASM M»-r l»t pf , SO 90 <*> !00 80 92
I lP.f)(iO< AtchlMn 85*1 KiiV, N^Sl R««i «Hi | M*
2.SM<;| do pref 1 101% 102 101H'l<>2 101\ ; ltc
600 At 1 Coast Une..|lß9 140 139 140 140 14<>Vi
' 14.41K...J;:.!; A 0hi0.... t'.:- 1-1% H3V» '•>'• 93T» ; ! '*
do i-re:... . —i — — — 05 !96
Huston AL. pf. — ! — — — 105 , —
1 10,206 H klyn Hap Tr..; 65H 66M- 65% ««^» 6«Vj <>*?•
i lirklyn In Gas.: — — — — 223 228
1 Brunswick — — — — IH 8
— — ,Buff Hi- ruts, i — — — — jls» ,ip»
1 do nr«f — — — — 157 1«B
(Buff A- Buapref. I — — — —I 82 ' 8«H
1 'ButtcrlcH C 0...; — — — — S'> ISI
Canada South... — I _ - - 67% «»
7.7oo: Canadian Paclflc'l2S 113.1 [127%(128H ia8%[129%
6.2001 do rights 1 514; 5Hf 5%) SH] — I —
..C &So Am Tel. I — — — — I°* US
1.4.-^>; Central of N J.. 182%ilW>Hil82 188% | 1»W 186
7.l2olChes & 0hi0....: 444 i 45% 44«» 145 454 4r.H
■ Chicago & Alton; — — — ; — »» 354
1 do pref ! — I — — — 80 M
|Ch &i: ill pref: - — - - 12S 145
Chic Bur & Qy.l — — — — >O» ;2io
41.000 Chic Gt West... 24H 25 24 24*»; 244 j 24H
1001 do pref A j 634 «H4 tttt ! «S4| 63 b4
2.300! do pret B i 334 ! 84 ! 82% ; 334 ! 83% 88%
do deb ' — I — j — — . BS. jB7
Oi tod .«• Upni - — - I - M M
80.400 Chic Mil & Pc I> ! 1704 : 172*,4 170 V. '172H : I"*V* ; 1724
**„; da pre — 1 — j — — ;ISI 1M
700 Chic & Northw. 195 H»4i,'195 1 195 1954
iCh St M&O. — , — — ! — 140 ! IB©
da prff ! — — 1 — — !l « 1° ()
7.700;Ch1c T.-rm Tr... T ii 12 9 T 4i llHi 11% 1 1 7 i
10.550J do prof ' 22 ' £. r >4 22 : 25 : 244 •'<
taOOlChle rru,,n Trac *V 04 1 8% 9 : »! Mt »
! do ore! '- — I—= I — I .— . I 88% ' 4(»
100 CCCtBtL.. 844 ; S44' »44 84% S4 , M 4
. do pref — — — i — H'> —
iClev Lor & Wh.l — I— I — I — 05 —
1 do rr-f ' — —I — — 90 I —
IClev & Pitt! ... — i — ' — j — (ISO : —
10.060JC01 FtMl & Iron. 4lVii 42HJ 41U, 42 ' 41 » 42
I<X> do pief i; " ■. 6M4 88% 66% — I —
1.100 Col & Soath.-rn.; 224 '■ 22% t3%\ 2-.'S' 224 22V.
W) do Ist pref.... ' 532 r.5 | 53% «> : ■*■■". ; 554
62S| do 2d ;jref ' S»% ( 29". 2*4 21>4 204 -"»'''*
8001 Co] &H C & ir. ; 14% : 14% 14 14 i 144; 14 l - 4
■ [Com 'a! .■■... — I — I— j — 1 210 ; —
Coosol C0a1. . . . : — I — I — — :»5 I —
B.MO C niol Osa ... 218 !215 4i214?i :M'' : i 21«:4 21« M
1.1001 'Cont Tob pret.. 128 ll2Mi|l2B 125 ; 124 V 1254
42»»!Corn Products. . ' 1«% '1" I«H| 17 1"V 17',
230 do prel ; 74 ! 75 I 74 ' 75 | 75 ' 754
18.1) 1 Del & Hudson.. 17* 195%[1T9 IHB .185 I 1"."I 1 "."' 1 *
8.200 Del Lack &W. 289 820 299 ;319\'8194 32<»
Deny Ac Hlo C,r. ! — — — I — 304 31
SOi.v do pref j $2* 83 82% 83 iB3 Mi
■ Dea M& Ft D.I —I — —I— 124 2«
1 do Mvf I — I — — I — U <K> i —
- ! Detroit 'is- i— • — — | — 73 ;80
R0" Detroit Bou»hern| I', 44 1 4» 4 «4 44' B
SOO do prsf ' *•■ I 84 B I 84: 8 ; 8U
Det United It R. — ! —I — ! — i 78% 74
Diamond Mat I — ! — — I — ; l?-"< 140
6.711 'Dlst B*ciri*.les. 33% ! 34% 32 II > 1 34'» 34 34*4
HO »Dul So S & At! 11% 12 ; 11» : 12 | 11 T 4; 11!
4.060 •■'..-, pr«-f 19 21% 1!' ' l;l'* 20% 21
1T1.550 Erl« ! BPI4I Sl<\) 3* I SO% 36%; B^H
4.700' do let pref.... 1 '. li VJ't 11% . 721*1 72% 72%
8.300 do '_'! prof. ... ' 51% M . Ml,' 52% 62%] 53
! Evan ft T H.'.'.l — — I — — 58 ;60
»Ft W ADcicrl — j — — — 142 150
Gen Chem C 0...' — — —J — 49 , r.">
- ' do pref ' — , — —J — 94.-. »7
1.100 c, Pn Electric C« 174 17« 174 IKB 176 176%
Gt Northern pf. — — — I-- 192 198
:Ho.:kln Valley..' — I — ----- 80% 83
! do prat . — I— - —( — «9 ! m*4
iHomertalce — I— — — '■ 544 6«%
I.OTO Illinois Central.. '143 148% 148 1434 143% 144
do Leased L..1 — — I — — (103 ; —
MOO I:.- I'at.er ' 17% 17«4l 17H. 17% 17' i 1 IS
- do pt»f j — < — — 7 " v 7714
100 «Int Power ! «2 '.2 62 62 83 ! 83
:Int Pomp ; — I — — i — o7 88
i do pret ... — — — — 70 I P*>4
700 lowa Central....! 58% 274 26% 274 -7 -. -' v
100, dr. prc-l ...411 40 >49 , A.* ! 454» 48%
- :Kana A Mi.'h... 1 — — ! — I — 35% 37
1.250 Kan City South. -'"*« 29% 27»« SB 29 ! -< : i
1,300 do 1 ret !ID 61 4-.» 60% BOH I SI
KCrßa-M pf I — , — — I — '■''- 80
- — -iKeok & 1 tea M.t — — I — — IB [17
! do ure« ! .__.__ 47 r.i
Knlci Ice of Cli| — — — — ' 11% 12
<*,-, pref ! - _ - _ Bt ' 67%
Laclede Gaa pref' ----- 00 100
- I, i: & Western. — — — — 32 ' SB
10fi do ire: 102 102 I<>2 102 100 ! 100
Lake Shore .: — — I — — SIB j —
Lobs Island . . | — — I— I — 55 ; s:«j
8.200 Louis * Nash... 132% 135% 132% 1 185% 1 135%, 1»H
•■■.■..■ I — I■— ) — I — :■■: 11
a,S»OO Manhattan K1... 160% 161% 160% 161% 161% 183
'Ml Coal i.ref... — — . — I — 11"
I. .'••••■ 'Met -,■ • Bubs.. M ■ -4'- .-4 , 84% 84% *4%
9.078 'Met Street Ilv. Im V 120-i' lii:.'* 126 US% 12«%
Met V,- Sof Cta.l — I — I — — I 33 i -•■
- ' do i.r-f —I — — — !61 '«4
18,223 Mexican Central 17% 18% 1 17% 18% lg^j 18%
100 Michigan Cent. .1132 132 132 132 130 : 140
41)" MJnn Bt i...., 5U ' lo'i, 50 ' 50% M) : sin,
. do pret ! — — — — I*4 '..7
4.863 M St P I S S M 88% <•" ' '■-•: S3 92% I!
2.8E0 do '. .'•:' I*4 148% '.44 [14U4 14H% 140
».-'.3>. Mo Kan &. Tex.' 30% 3] ,{ 80% 1 31*4 SIVi 81%
l.« 11 ■: , •■■■■{ . . . ' r,7\ ' **'-■*. 57 > , 08% ISB%
I 1.400! Missouri Paelfle. 103% 104% 103% 104 10 104%
Morris Emx. - — — — : 1-:. 190
800 N'ash Chat... 132 ! 132 132 132 183 134
•i 0 "Nat Biscuit ; 19 : -.'> i 49 I 49 l 48% 49
. •do Pref : — •-- — I — .ill 1 —
Nat E,-nu 6c st. l — I — - -- ! .-, is
. do prrf ■ --■--;- -- 78 ;83
B.Boo' •National Lead.. -^ T s! 24% 23% 24% L' 4?» 24>i
200 »do pref ' M 4 :.4 : ■ 84% &4% i."i ;>7
— — NR H„f M pf.! — — — — 40% 41
. do 2d prrf ' — — — — | 21% 22.i
Ni* Cent Coal. — ■ I — - I — - I 42 48
100 'NY A-.r Brake 126% X..;', 186% 138% 134 13- .
6.7/1" S V Central . 133%|134% 133% 134 134 [134%
- N V •':, ft Bt L. — — —I — 34% 37
— - do Ist prof -_:_.— — HO 110
' do 2d pref — ; — — — :C7 72
N v Dock ... ! — ! — — — . I — Ila
do prel ' — I — I — — )45 !54
N v Laol ft W. - I — — I — 132 ; 140
*N VA N J Tell — ! — I — — "1.-.f, 158
803 N V.\ II & li. 193 1193' [198 ;:>v, ;:■-'.. 1193%
47,7«"i N 1 (.)nt \V..j 45 ; 45% 4.-JS 44S »-. j •»;-,
4.010 KorfolM & West. 70% 724 70% 172 ;72 -:: ,
do ref — I — — — 182 I »
r..V- North American 84% 054 044; ST>-,-:, Dii 854
Ontario Silver... —]—.— — 3% 4H
WOOlPacifle Coaat.... 60% 1 744: 89% 74 734 74
do in pref.. ..l —!—:—:_ M i"4
430 2d pr*f ! 7«>\ J 80% 78% W. bOVi 83
5.200 Pacllftc y.n:\ : :.;> : .•«■>■« •••- ;;j; 4 88 I 39%
63.650 I'. u:i R X.. jr..'-.. 1 :)•;■•, 135% 180% 13«% 186%
Peorta Ac Bast.. — — — — ' 2r.4! 27
1i.54.'. Peo Gas ft <: .He 107% 100% 1107%1 107% 1 100% 1 10S% 1 100
fVr« Muixueite.' — — ! - ) — 75 '60
PCC *St 1-.. ' ~ — ! — I — 73 :75
100 do -, r ••: 101 101 101 101 101 J 104
PFt\V & -1.. — — -• — 183% —
— ' d> s;x-oial ■ — j — I — — 1174 —
8.170 Pressed Btl CarJ 30% 82% 80% 81% 1% 31»;
Z<*i do l ret ! f»i\: 80% «» 80% 81% V 2
Pullman }• Car. — i — — — 235 tSB
Quicksilver , — — — — ".1
1 d.. prel j — — — — j • 1 8%
R R Securities.. — — — _ 188 1 88%
400 'Xv :-tl Spring-.. 1 - J4 ! * • 24% 1 2<f t*\i\ 25
IKS -■.-:.■:.. !89 'BS B5 !85 I j K,\i
107.7fnjjl>:tlin^ ! 7 (-4 75% 73% ' T i: 7-1 V •'•"'
SOO rto Ist pn f. ■ 87% 8. . 87 -^ 87% 87% 88
10 so 2d prof.... 80 |SO !50 |60 179 M
Pi-!.? .*■ Sara ; — : — ' — — 203 -
400 !♦!«.■» Iron & Stl i 11% 11% 11% 11% 11% 11%
100 M> ;.r.f 52% .VJ* 4 :._•% 82»4 't ! r.ii,
72.1".'. Ro.-k Inland 82% r.;t .VJ\' 82% 32% 82%
5.(15'": do Pf«»r '... 74 7; ' 73% 7:. i 74
Rome Wft Os;d -- -- — —181 j —
- — •Rubber Goods.. -- !— ! — — :j:?V 22%
100 »do v.-ef R5 83 '83 '83 M :BS
100 1 Rutland 1! R pf 54% &4u: ! M 4' — ' —
[St joa & <;i i.. | — - — }— . IB 1 17
!do Ist rrff : — —I—l— /I 51 r.i
: dv 2d prsf..... — ! — ' -- — ■ 25 i 27
!St IjScS F Ist pf! -- — — ! — '73 178
800 ''.-, ".i pref.i... 61% 63 ' 61 '> 62 ' 61% ! 89
: doCaVE 1 etS - •— — 176 1«3
- - do itr-i I - - _I — 125 1138
•00 1 st Loati 21% -Jl«i 214' 21V- -'14; 22%
8001 do ;:•" ' 4--, ! s<» ■(«-, 5.. I 4:. : I &</
1.000 Bioas Sli Bt & fr 48%| 474' ■»■■>. 47% 4T% ' 474
, .:•) j.r~f ! - — I— — j93 07
42.275 1 80uthera Pacific •■) '. 02% 61 ; 82% I 62 ' «;"■»
1.500' •!,-> :i 2.' paid [llß 1165113% 116 '11.7 , 116%
80.32& ithM-n R H... P1 T , 34% i 33%' 34^i 34*»! 31%
820 d.) prsf ; «441 i«4«»; 9441 1-44 ; ft-»' 4 : !<4\
. do M ft O eta — ' __ I _. • _ ; 034 1 98
Stand Rods *t! — I — .— I — I IV 24
7.R20 T.an Coal ft I:.' 8.14' .«.7» a ! r.s',| 57% 57 1 , ; 574
B.looiTexaa & PacUC. 84% 88 ' 344 84>i»j 84% 35
! do I.t.r. !Ti ■ • —I — I— — 80 !81
Third \..- RH. ■ — I -- ' -- 1 — 18'» 1.12
To! Feo &W. —I— I — — 11 ' 36%
,Tol Xv * LJ«rht ' - — — — I 24% 20
BOOIToI St I- & W../ 80% 80% 30 30 : 2H'»' :.i»H
«<<> do pref I 41. V J.'4 40\i 4i'-. 4. t 50
1.800 Twin city H Tr HISS* 104 V 103% 10441 04 lt^i»
- - •Union BM i: P — — 1 -- ' — : 74! 8
100 Mo pref ...... «* I 61 ' 88 ! 66 ' «5 j rs
110. •-••: •■ Union Pacific... 110% HIS 110% 111--. 111% : 111%
1.800 .1 . pref 95 | 89 I 68 ' &•'- : 044 65
:t"ntte<l Fruit f I — I — 105 1106%
United Hy Invst] I*4! MM 16% 16% 15% 17
BS4! do pref iI 1% 81% 614 «'4 «1 «2
I*l' SCI P 4 — — — — 13% 13
! # d., pref — _ — — 63 ; «24
200T S tpriaa.i 115% llfl 1154 11« 115 11174
8.150T 8 Leather... IIS 1 12% 11% '-"•♦ 12% 12%
1.100 'do pref !M . ! 90% 90% l« T i 004' 1,1
2l^)U- B i'.s A- Imp..! 61% S3 ' «1 7 *' 82 — —
6*n»|i; S RubberTT;! ' 27% ;2h ' 274 136 27!» 2"«
800! do pr«f I 83% MS 53., «3% 83 88%
34,900 U 8 Steel !20 2-^ 2" 20% 2fi*« 20%
87.700 ... k., ! 81% 76% MS MS hl» 4
4.8J-5 Va-Caro Ch«n..i 87\i| 86 i 87% .88 ! M ! 38%,
W0 40 , r .' ; .... 110% Ul% 1104 in4Jlll uivi
I.6oo ; \l*uba r ah .• .*. C. 21%' — I"■ 214j 24 '37
1.600 Wabaafc 31% 31% «% «2 1 . 31% 21S
'!-• is pref ' tX%\ 434| 4»i **% «< 43%
■'■'•Us Karro Ex 1 — — — I — .1188 1245
MO! West TjS?Ta*: « I tIV, •>«% M»H BpU do»4
L«aaw««ißirh Mf .. 18S 11704 ! I** 1704170 ; 171
' do lit prsf.Vi —.1 — -- — 1 * 194
!\VWi «v T. i: . — I — — — 16% lit
— , do IK pref.... - — — — 454 411
ifllo^viSconafn'cVnt.' 21 * 234 2JV 2814 2.1 ! 38%
, «75|jlo_rref i 43% 46_|j15%l 46 46 T,| 40W
1.3W.3Q3 Total rulfe for tho day. •Unllstsd.
CONSOLIPAT£D EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
*^iiros?rfe-: S5 % SS| s»
«ht&:.-:::::: **. « i!» 88
ttu Am Uocornotlve.. 27 •» 27% «<• f. T ,2
SOIASt Bmeltlny.... « «Jj « .^
•|tei a I I #
05(.tnalt ft Ohio MS. MV J«£j •*
6.060 Bklyn Kap Tr. .. 65S | *"Ji »*» f"^
S» Canadian Pac. . 128 V*; IJSUi lfS 1»
150 Ches & 0hi0. ... « 45H 44? i«^
11.000 CnloGt Ue.t.... 24H; 23>i 24U -4H
17.»4<»iChl(; M & P.. 1 17uVi| HSt* I'O** . "t*
31-,ChJc Tenri Tr....l 11 i U 1} | ]>
.',140 Col Fuel 4 1.... 41% «% «H <;^
401 Col Southern. .. 22^ , M*i aaH, a. 1 *
le do pref M»Hi 2OJ, S»*» 2» »
81.860 1 do Ist pref... 71V 72> »*». : J-%
SO! do Ist pref.... MV . Bit. .1%) «1
10 do 2d pref M T »: Bl.« 5174 OH*
li. ! Illinois Central.. 143 i 143 143 j1«
100 l»uls * Nash.. 133',, 1-SSU 183 | 1»
lv Manhattan l«oj. 16©% Js»J»| }'^*»
S.ejO M at St Ry MSH MBH IJ?^! 12 2., .
I.7lo:. Mexican Can... I7"*t 1"H i ITS. 18*
1O Ma XXI T 3(">*» 31 ; 30^» ' 31
Si dopjefT:::::.: » wh' » »h
S.SU-lMlsaouii Pac... lorj»i 104 «4 103H, 1"4
ICO Nat Load I 24 , 24 . 24, 24H
340 ! N V Central i 133 H! 134 4 135% i »38J*
J,S»I!XYOm*W... 4r. 4.'.*4 4:<^| 444
111) N)rf ft West TO* 72 , TJJk 1 '2
ll.RSOi Pennsylvania ... 135 13«*l ir^Vj i l3<J«t
2UJ 1 People's nas i 108 I 109^ MB j I'* 1 *
I.oaf> ! Pre«iiM St i^lar.J 3 1 ' 1 * 32 I ?.0)% ( 31
82 3.V. Reading j TB% M 73*. 75%
120! Her. st**: ' in. 1 11S| llji; nj{
10' do pref : W-*» «2Vi Bt% r>2\
lS,l<y>;no^k iFlan/! ' 32S ?.3HI tt% 32%
20 St L& S F 2.1 pfi KiU «24 I «2J* «24
J>.l2i> Southern Par. ...: 61 i BBS I «OT»I «2
8.710 Southern Rye... ! 34 ' 34 7 A ' 34 34S
I.2»olTeni Coal & 1... MSI 07 i B3V»! IW%
320 Texas Fac "44 3S\4i 3451 35
47,MO|rnlon Tac 11'"4, i 111*1 H«>H I" 1 *
970 S Leather 12 12H ! HV 12H
20it R Rubber 27% 29141 27* 2ft^
8.820! U S Steel 20S 20% 20 »•%
4.'.,350' do pref 70% »»S 7»H Jl%
20iViv-Cnr C*em.... BTS a"»**l 874 3«%
87O|Wabaah 21^1 21% | 21»: 21S
2lW>i do pref 42% i I 43V, 42%! 42%
ISO! Wisconsin 0n... I 21\ I 23 I 21% t 28
333. Total sales.
MINING STOCKS.
Shares I 1 Open- ! Hl«h- | Low- ] Last
sold. I f ins i «•«- I •"•*• I •»'•■
2no'Cale<lnn!a ' .4ft j .40 ; .40 J !^~
800 Klkton I .«« I •«» , ••* ; -"I
lOO'Horn Silver I l.«» ' I.M ' 1 - m ,. lflß ,,
I,ooo' Pot I .O?.H' .«3V4 -«WH .O.IH
BnoiMollle aitson ! .01 ' .03 .03 .03
ROO Ophlr I 2.25 S.S 3.28 2.2R
30r>'Phn>nlx I -1« ; 1« I -1« -M
400 Portlnrd I 1.70 ' 1.70 ' 1.70 : 1.70
BO' standard 12.15 '2.15 *•» *.M
1.000 Work I .OS i •"» I ■"* I -°*
4.580 Total sales. ,
WHEAT.
p.,,, i I Open- ' ll'rh- i Lr>w • ! l>st
b*Vh.' ! !' Ing. ! "1 J r ** ' "---
T«R"oor> D.«mb»r option *1 13 T i $1 13% $1 J3%||l 18%
r.i% 000 1 May option ' 1 12S 1 12% 1 IIS 1 12 *
IMPORTS OF DRYGOODS.
Week ended Opt. 2«— 1004 100.1. IV>2
KnterM nt the port... $2.120.-,10 |MDO $2.0:54.200
Thrown on th« mark-t. 2.175.127 l.»tß.Sag 2.110.447
BBtorftd Jatn'th7p!>n...sM>.Ofil.2!>4J at n 'th7p!>n...sM>.Ofil.2!>4 51U.58a.448 BIOB.MB »>2
Thrown on the market 98.3.T6.1KJ 111 V*7 42." 10.\ft5H.T»S
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign houses d<*alt In
upward of 50X00 shares, mostly purchase*. In Ten
don and In all the forc-len markets securities were
stronger, under th« Influence of the passing of the
Anglo-Russian crisis. Foreign discounts were, firm.
The Bnnk of Germany took a larg* amount of roM
frrm London.
GREKN BAY AND WESTERN.— Bay -in*
Western debenture A and B bonds developed do
cided activity in yesterday's market, th* As ad
vancing I 1; per cent and th« Bs I 8 *. There Is a
large difference In price between the two classes of
bonds, and It is believed that the Fs will reach a
materially higher level. Inasmuch as they nre be
ing absorbed by interests who are buying them on
Information regarding their future Intrinsic value.
It is understood that the Green Bay and Western
will be taken by the same Interests that propose to
take over th- Chlcaeo Great 'Western. The terri
tory covered by the Green Bay will be valuable to
any road that secures control of the Chicago Great
Western, and It is Interesting: to note that people
Identified with the last named company have at
various times endeavored to become the dominant
interests In the Green Bay property. Both roads
occupy a position strategically strong, from the
rnllroad point of view, and they could both be used
by the Union Pacific, th« St. Paul and Rock Island.
The Chicago Great Western ha« been one of the
worst offenders In the, matter of cutting rates of
any road In the West, and it is only a matter of
time, probably a very short time, when the. prop
erty will be taken over by a larger company. The
tendency at present, and it Is a tendency which will
continue for a long time. Is the absorption of
smaller roads by blKßer companies, the result of
which naturally Increases the Intrinsic value of the
"little" companies.
STRIKING GAINS IN THK "SOO" STOCKS.—
Great strength In the Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Sault St.-. Marie was a striking feature In yester
day's stock market. The common stock advanced 5
points, to 93. and the preferred 6*4, to IIS /'.. Active
buying of these Issues was recorded for th.- account
of Canadian and Minneapolis Interests, the sumo
people being actively engaged in buying Canadian
Pacific shares. The demand for the "8oo" stocks
la based on the known value of the Issues and on
the increased earnings which the company will re
ceive through the opening of its Winnipeg extension.
which takes place to-day, a;:«! through other exten
sions which are now being planned. There is little
of this stock available for market purpose?, the ma
jority being held by the Canadian I'aciflc and in
dividual Investors, and as a consequence it is Im
possible for stock market manipulators to brln;;
about lower prices for the Issue. There la no stool:
to throw on the market, while the least demand
causes a sharp advance. It Is understood that some
traders have been courageous enough to go short
of th« "Soo" stocks and Canadian Pacific, but If
the course of these issues in the future follows th«
movement of the lust few weeks the losses to th«
bears will be heavy.
STOCK LOAN QUOTATIONS.— Loan quotations
were: Amalgamated Copper, Brooklyn Rank]
Transit. Erie common. People's Gas, Reading- first
preferred. Rock Island common, Southern Pacific,
United £t»ites Steel common and preferred and
United States Leather preferred. - per cent; Atchi
son common. Viil per cent; Atchteon preferred,
Norfolk and Western, IH&H4 per cent; Baltimore
and Ohio common. Canadian Pacific, Consolidated
Qas, Delaware and Hudson. Metropolitan Street
Railway, Pennsylvania, Union Pacific common and
preferred and Metropolitan Securities, i\ per cent;
Erie first and second preferred. Louisville and
Nashville, Missouri Pacific. Su^ar Refining and
Tennessee Coal an.; Iron. 1% 13 per cent; New-York
Central, Rock Island preferred. St. Paul. Ontario
and Western, 1' per cent; Western Union. Vi'<? flat;
W'.hash preferred, 2 per cent.
TO STOP PRINTING ODD LOTS— The commit
tee of arrangements of the New-York Stock Ex
change announces thai the printing of odd lota on
the stock tickers will be discontinued until further
notice.
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE LISTINGS —
The London Stor-k Bxchange has ordered Erie Rail
road Company ll.OflO.QOrt additional general lien 4
per cent gold bonds of !9.""> Quoted In the official list
MOVEMENT of MONEY.- The reported move
ments of currency in the week indicate, only a
small loss to th.- local banks, the excess payments
to the Sub-Treat. iry being offset by unexpectedly
large re-eipt.i of money from the Interior
GRAIN EXPORTS FOR THK WEEK-"Brad
street's- reports th« exports of grain for the week,
with comparisons, figures in bushels. a s follows"
Wheat, flour Included. UZMU, against 1.066.4.62 last
week 4.094.«f73 In this week last year. 5.997 629 In 1902
and 6,«72.88S In 1901. from July l, 22.4T.1.961. con
trasted with 53.901,647 last year. SO. S; 4. 937 In 1502 and
102.203.847 in 1901; corn. 449.101. compared with 797.59S
last week. 1.392.214 In this week a year ago, 153.=06
In 1902 and (#6.159 In 1901; from July 1. 10.294.908,
against 18.442,760 In 190 J. 1.771.961 In 1902 and 15 315 3 1'»
in 1901.
NEW RAILROAD EQUIPMENT following
companies have ordered cars from the American
Car and Foundry Company: The Minneapolis. St.
Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway Company, 1.000
box cars and 200 flat cars; the Hocking Valley
Railway Company, 2i« additional box cars; the To
ledo. 6t. Louis and Western Railroad Company. 20
cabooses for November delivery; a%iaceUaneo«a
parties. 100 cars of various type*. The New York
Central and Hudson River Railroad Company has
increased Its order for coal and box cars from
1.500 to 2.000 each; the orders will be equally divided
between the American Car and Foundry Company
and Western Steel Car and Foundry Company The
Pullman company has received an order from the
Ingoldshy Automatic Car Company for five freight
cars. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company is hav
ing 200 coke cars built. It Is reported that the
Mather Stock Car Company Is having 800 stock
cars|buHt. The Cherokee Construction Company is
having 25 freight cars constructed. The Lehigh
Valley Railroad Company has ordered two cafe
coaches for December delivery.
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE.— following com
panies have ordered locomotives from the American
Locomotive Company: The Chicago. Burlington
and Qulncy Railroad Company, £0 simple prairie
type locomotives; the Chicago and Northwestern
Railway Company. 15 locomotives; the Central
Vermont Railroad Company. 9 passenger and 5
freight engines. Thf New-York. N". w-Haven and
Hartford Railroad Company 13 having 20 locomo
tives built. The Louisville sad KaSßflrtDf Railroad
Company Is having five locomotives constructed.
STEEL ORDERS INCREASING. -There Is an
Increase in the number of small orders for struct
ural shapes, but no large building enterprises are
indicated for tho near future. Moderate orders
continue for plates for boiler and marine works,
largely for repair purposes. Lak» shipyards are
very busy. New work booked in the '.as: f>w
weeks ha* taken up the full capacity. It is an
nounced that contracts have been taken by the
lako shipbuilders for twenty-six vessels, and much
of the. work Is now undor way.
CONDITION OF TRADE.
"Duns Review" saya:
Mild weather early in the wad] checked the dis
tribution of sea^onaole goods, but had a permanent
value in facilitating the harvesting of cotton and
late grain. Subsequently the temperature fell, re
storing retail trade in wearing apparel, fuel ana
similar products to greater activity than was ex
perienced a year ago Uuildiiiß operations are
active, strengthening the markets for lumber and
materials. Manufacturing plains are making steady
gains, particularly in th • leading industries, and it
is significant that reluctance to do business hr.3
shifted from buyers to sellers, eliminating larse;y
the concessions in prices that prevented stability.
Labor Is unusually well employed, judging by the
official compilation of the unions, which shows only
l.i per cent Idle on returns from 1.4-16 organization*.
Railway freight blockades cause some, complaint,
which is remarkable in view of the restricted grain
movement, and earnings in three weeks of October
were %2 per cent larger than in 1913. Foreign com
merce a* this port for the last week exceeded the
same period a year ago by $1,589,779 in Tains of ex
ports and O.OU.Vji In imports. Locally, the most
important event was the opening of the greatest
underground railway system In the world. Small
exports of gold should cause no alarm, tor money
1? abundant and easy. After touching a m>w big .
record lor the year, the average .>f the sixty BSOSt
active stocks fell sharply because of the foreign
situation. Hank exchanges ;-.t New- for th**
week were 71.5 per cent larger than' last year,
chiefly because of activity in Wall Street. At other
leading cities the gain was 8.4 per cent.
"BradstreetV" says:
Cooler weather has helped retail trade at th<»
WeFt and South. This Is r*flect<vl In same reorder
business from jobbers and wholesalers whose trade,
while steady, and better than last year at this
date, is not entirely up to expectations. This Is
possibly duo in a measure to the close proximity
of the ©lection, which is credited in a few reports
with holding bach some business The Industries
erlv^ quite satisfactory reports, iron In it* cruder
forms leading, with active demand at advancing
prices. Seasonable conditions help the coal in
dustry, but lack of water in the coke regions and
the same trouble In Eastern streams tends to re
strict some manufacturing operations. Collections
«* a whole are classed as good, tWne: relatively
best at the Soutn. Bone holding- by wheat f^rm^rs
affects payments at some Western points. Money
continues easy, though a slight hardening lr. rates
appears as the volume of gold exports. an unusual
thing at this tim« of year. Increases. The flour
milling Bituatlon 1? unsatisfactory, the high price
and low grade of much wheat that is offered neces
sitating importations, largely In bond, from Canada
and creating a talk of seaboard takings from
Russia and Argentina. Present high prices fur
grain foreshadow an immensely Increased acreage
In 1905 European war talk this week has had vary
ing effects on leading speculative!}' dealt In staples
and securities. Wheat and corn note some sup
port from this cause, while cotton is wfak-r de
spite frost damage talk and some disposition to
rally after the late decline. Bank clearings aro
heavily In excess of a year apr>. notably at New-
York, but the gain over l«»st we?k is slight owing
probably to the quieting down of stock speculation
Railway earning!* for the first half of October wlli
run over 6 per rent ahead of those of 1903. Ther»
still appear unmistakable signs that caution and
conservatism hare not lost their value as yet, and
that th.'»* qualities still weight the tendency toward
optimism noted in recently preceding week*
OUTSIDE SECTJKITIES.
Th« market for outside securities showed a steady
Improvement from the start over the heavy de
pression which characterized the closing Thursday.
The usual reactions set In at times under realising.
but rallies almost as quickly followed every reces
sion. Trading showed a considerable contraction In
th" Important stocks, although business was fairly
well distributed. Northern Securities Improve! r,
per cent. Interborough Rapid Transit advanced a
point. International Mercantile Marine shares soli
up iygi per cent. American Can issues ruled
strong, especially the preferred, which pained I
per cent. Havana Tobacco stocks Improved ma
terially under United trading. The copper issues
were higher, in sympathy with the strength in the
metal, the exceptions to the rule l>e!n ? Tennessee
which on the exchange of a few hundred shares
dropped 3 per cent. The bond department was ac
tive; but irregular.
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
6301 Am Tot. pf i..l n\ X 4^ t'-' 4
too Am -Writ Paper.. 3* 3 \: %'i *«
1'" Bay Stats Ga.. i &-;;*•' 9*32 ,/..*.' ,-".>.
trlttan Col ■ op"
■mru> Xl,, •f . 14 g* ,\ - « •
aooiGottf iiiii ccpr>«r.. v %] % \,
(N3J6n«M CCcx 4. •205* 23 ' Toil snS
•w Harass Tobacco., 29 1 29 a» 1 :, , '
,^,,:;.;^m::::: "4 : ; ;; «; $,
Z.Kla\ it j.r»* "41 •"W.I "a\l •!»
w-'inwtoiHT.... is** mS?I :3i.* ; jS *
10 I Lacks wamui Steel '-4 >; - 4 » 4
:«,L.)rJiTav!ori,;.: •MS'i lO4HI v£\%\ ii'l-i
m Macka> O.^} I i' 3', 33^' 3-5 | r-S
IW; Manhattan Trans.! 4 i < 4 4
tOWfafar-Harß'aiGb. 9Me\ »He »'*c ! r,r iC
aw* M.p. * Bos Con.. I 1 1 ' "/
8.200,.N\,rth Sacurttiea . 118 Jn% 11.; 116\
30 Northern Pi res *H-> 143 i«
North Pl»tt« Oopd Ml] '.) s\' 9
!■'■■ OO Elevator pt OS\: <>.\ ps ' p s
l.otK: Pbcßßbl Gold il'g. iii. >„ \ •■ ' !So
-"•.■). arA Air L.. .j ir\ 16% ; i.'s \<i\
•■-' '■•' [iw( i .H3 1 *; S3\'' 834: 33%
N-<> 9eamleaa ■■:•<-.■:... 1 ."..'„ I Cii^i :si) I .il So**
SIJJI* PlHW[f Wi.; HC',i 11!:'-^ 11-1-j IUJVj
-Stan.iiir.J :.l px .!. t>V SH »<• »'*
223 1 .i.» pr-r I 33** 3."{'*' sa . ::.•;• ,
! ; Bti .;..•! 0 , •MStt 84H • 6»v-» «;si,
_■<• iTi nm - i\pper. j 30 | »» ! 2!> ■• ,
TOO Two Rap Chantr. 5.".Vj 5.'.«4l s.Vi 50 v
MM futon Copper ! %\ — — -.
»H. While Knob Cep.' »»; '* lk| %
8T.780 Total sa!r>>. *Odd lota
BONDS.
I I Open- i Ht c h- : I^ow- i Last '
Sales. I I Icp. i eat. | sst s.i!«.
•87,000 •Am To* 4a w !.' »Vi 242 4 ' 64 I «3U| fI. : ;C
108,000 •!„.* ! 107% 107% 1 lO7"S' 1"7'»
53.00U Erie new ■».■< ' in V ••■- -.'•.'-!, BS
;j,(«i.. «D«.n Cl .v- .-: Se pli 103 ■ ln3 ' m ' 103
«.(KWHnti»riiat'J Salt Ba. *> • aa ' i^> m
30.000 ! •.'.1^x Oort Uw tl ;..<\ (3% :>~.\ v.-\
B6.nM Seaboard A!r 1., *..i. s'7'- 4 M ?7>»! ft.\',«
6.000 U S Shipbl.lff ctf». 12 •S3 K> \ ;tj
CS.Otii), u'ab V T Ist 4s. . SO% '.'.>^» \>»'~% 1M 4
53.090 do SIT 4«. : 4.'! 1 4: 43 ', 43
10.00 C Vv'auh Elec Ry 4.-». 84%| >>4\ B4^| M%
|oaa,oag TMal sales, •Sell an.l int».Te«t.
GAS SECURITIES.
(Fuml»hed by J. Thomas lUtnhaj H No. 13 WalV-sC)
Bl I. Askurt. ' BIJ. A.'ked
Am L. * Ttv Ci'n m\\ :< T* X n Oaa
.V> pref. Nii l»7 ! Co Ist 6 , ,
E.iy Stat* <;.»« ■» 116 V.ili U2 115
i.ii.* iJiiLH 5 p c. IK V ,v Q Co El
lU3B 04 9f.H I.: i Power. . . .\4 U
Bain Bor >'•■<'< •"•<> •'•:: !■'■,-. . «<l m\%
do 5s »2 l » 0«i : m. An 1.. i en 5 ■-
I'.kliu V <» deb I c. l •;() .. . in.-,
I■ c. 1M8... M8* XVJ NY A It Oas £
UurtaU. lias ft I ,*.> p„. 1,121. iv\ pio
BufTal,. .-Ity Oas S'« 6S SHIIII & v
Con Us '••!• 5 ft v ■• issa t>s>4 101 '«
„ .-. 19:T..,..1(VTV, tn» N t • ,ia.« :. { , c
Con Qas ef H J in;? 1.141, iiwv
5p C, Iw.ll. »i M at & P Oas* 818 ,;;
Oolumbu* <.Jas ft* 1"- ,j,> , „n ap •■
d.i pr<«f. 1"1 I!Ha lal HM
Jo Ist a. 198X140 i».. r . ;.,, A E ■ , 9 •;
Den Qu A Kl. 3-T-i '«•*• 1012 ... ion 10S i
do prior lien rt St j,>« ,m^i 05
p c. UU5...1C.2 - p ,-. ma? ..... ti M
I> U 4 E l«l S Ist H .J v i,, ,(
po. imi> .. »4 «W .. . ma. too n-
Gr Rapid* r.«» ia ft . „ , ,, 4 „. v%
'■' O% ■■ »• i* Stan. tin, 1 Cat . l.lrt ivi
i»is ... . lot i.a „., pr ; t *• !« ;?••
Hud c dial... •■ M 1 .!.. i, , spc '
do 5p v, l»40 I<W IMH 19311 »- *M> „,
lndtanai- Oas... 74 TH ,Syr» U»htlr,« BO »
(Jo Ist « j> o. da i.r«-f m> °*
mO lOß'i lOTS ao ft »c. 1901.100 1,11
LSX^SS 1 " ■" T«t,v£§h ?
» •IMB.. ... 10.; 10AV HHS) * rl '*•.„ tn
2&p.?>:**ii no h&s^sa is
j^« io»«4 uo^ iTfJaf.?!:;; : S lIS
dividend.
STREET RAIL77AY3,
STOCKS AND BONOS.
i Furnished by J. THoinaa Belnhardt, No. 13 Wsji^^
— > Int. , ygri.-^i. 1 Bid. . tl^?
Atlantic Ay« Ut. ZDOO ] 9 lA* r» . ./£ S"
Atlantic .We «^n. 1-JJI ■'?"'"• **
Atl CCBJ>t Xl tat. U*i 5 It IQ ' -? U *»
Atl OSjel El bob. IM4 5 '7* 5\ « *
Bleecker St &y Ry IV' J* J « "~
«a> a. tu ay. Jn Vj ' aJo £
Urooklyn < !ty lilt? o-J , ?5I
BWm Belcats Ist. 1641...., - A*r> ' iul 2*
Bklyn li AW E s . n , laa3. . 1 5 A*o '■ I^l 12
BKU BH T g.n. IMS 0 AA O I *»
Bam Cltj B con. 1941.... I 5 j2 J {5* .7"
Bklyn la El Ist. bOO *,-. k£{' \£ »i Il**I I **
HtUi-n Cussmiui Ist. tßeil. V Jij ' H »**
BkITS C 4 N Ist, liC3 J 6 J* J 111 m
U^clter -t &V X «x. 19W>. '4 J* J I ii *!*
Bvaty i. 7th Ay« lat, l!c>4.i 5 JA D 1 TZi^t J?
Bway 4 7th Ate !M. tSM. .1 r* j I &*] ™
fc-.-.-3/ Surfar- Ist. JB3l j 5 J4 j ! J,2 ! J"J
Uf.Jseport tic Ist. ICC?, ft J*J j ' lfS Ul
Buffalo croMiowa Ist. iO.T2. i 5 J* J I lift ««
Buffalo &N r Ist 1635 5 J* } > in? g
Buff.ij.) l«t eon. 1801 , n K*a uiw «?u.
Buffalo Ry deb. 1917 ►; A* O 108 | JH*
Buffalo An V 3d. 1021 . ...! 5 J* J , I(r S S
Cettral Croastowa , 15 Q-j ' 223 S
Central Park AN E B I 1» Q-J Hn '5?
Cartstofhsr A Mtk sas ! 8 q-j isJ IS
On-y fslar..! .fc Brooklyn. . . 10 Q-j» f 3»> J£l
tarn Tr»c >f N .1 1 - I -Ll_ ; 74 • *?»
OHMS 1 A Bk'.yn Ist 4b. 1»48 — ' « «i
Cal Cerr. * D Int. iflfn • « ! j « D Mm ' tM
Cent Orns.town Ist. IX': .' « ' ■ * 3 ! ViX !f«
Col & »th Aye 1 g .'»s. 103.1 . ; 5 MAst : 116 iIS
♦ * * J 98 i W
Capital Trac. li»» I ■* ! A v O tOT%J Us
CMsssw ium> con. IOCS j .'. :•I * i 9ft>* tOO<4
Colurr.bus St con. 1032 ! 3 3* D in»C' \L*
Colami>u» mown. 1i>33. . : 3 ! j 4 I> ! I'm ' _
Cons Trac of NJ. 18*3. . .. 3 I J4 D H* . ijfti\
Ctt* &■ 9 (Wash), v.'4s - 3 I k & a ! in.)., v : ->*
Cent rasaeng«r. :&•>■> -I « IM & N 103 I lna
Cleve El* con. 1813.... ...| » ! M• 3 101 !Ha
Carte c • *•• Ist. r*».. 1 5 1j * j ],i m
Cl«v» * Ob«r Ist. 1917 ' I tF* A , 104 V*
Clex» * Chi T Int. MM . I I ISi « X KM 101*
CISSS P* S Ist, lOi'i .... 3 !a4 •> ! lliO 103
den Pi E >leb. IW7 i f. ]Ja J , 1..'. lo»
Cta & Hamilton Ist. ll>l9. .. 6 JJ * J 1»5 kjts.
Dry Do-k &ER&B |— : <i-F 115 ;us
Ddk b* b Ist. taaa I 5 J jfc r> !I* no
I. VEB 4 U scrip. tSSaV.. -. r.v A i (W» : i tSI
D«-n%<»r Trans. lUIO ! * i .1 « J 1 1M tea
Denver MstSßSSii IBM. ... ! « 1J • J 10H ■ _
Itfnv«r Con Tram, 1939 ! "• !A* «> ci : ) 111114
l«er>ver t.*nn Tram pur. la 13 5 A 4 O ' »•» 103
Klßlitr* Avenue I 13 tiuar ' 4,-,"
BOrnM, lot's ! a MAN I lin Kr»
42(1 «t M *St N Aye | _ I M 70
4^j Ft & Ol— a Rv .1 M Q-F- 3;ic ; «m
Fulton St Ist. 1005 ! 4 M 4 N' »7 i !-•
42(1 St 4 G !<t F ex. l'J"0 .. « : J4 J I* I imif.
■Iran ! R»ri'is SI Xv com... _ ; v. «
(fraud BapMs St R» pref. .. _ | i -;, $h
• Jrar.-i St & NTs Ist. IMt .. « ' MAN ' l-i ! 104
Indianapolis st s*n. 1923. .. i 4 I J » J ! KJ\» *♦'-»
Jam 4 BUys t^t. mo 1 3 } J 4 J. if»s —
J»r»y dry H A Pat. 1949 • 4 MAN TS-i ■
K1.1K3 Ct.ur.tv !.. 194" 4 _ ..v, »T-V
Kansas C»tJ El. 1W: . 4 JI 1 M »
K,«n« City Ouar 6«. nil-. 1 .. — J* J , 114 t3>
Kaasss>Qts M. 1908 ! 3 ' Ma s ' Vm> 1
Kansas con. I'.il^ .( 3 M i N %> 1 •;
Lex -We 4 P F Ist. 1&33 . 8 1 M ,i <= IK —
Louisville ?t. am. MSB ..." 3 J <?-. J ! — 114
Uora!n 4 CU- Ist. 1383 •• • ' 5 J4 J l'-*> in;
Louisville Ciry Rv !'m,9 ...| « 'jft J ' I>ls 109
Louisville St con, 19T..1. ' 5 Tft .T ;i.l tM|
Louisville 3t Z\. HMf> ' »•:» •: M,v 8 IM M
Met del Ist. 180». i ■ !•• 4 A inn ) l.i»
Maabai El ■m, WOS ... ' 4 ; A 4 O I'XJ ia»
mi: El Ry Al^ c. tSfla....] a r& a tM !»■»
M.r.r. 81 con. 1919 I 3 .r «t t Ml —
M!nn st 21. 1013 ! « 'MAN' li") ! JP3
Mark"'. 31 Cable. WJ3 ... * J* J I ttt I —
kbrkX ST C con. 1924 ' 8 MA- 8 IK | —
X»"w-i">rlean3 Ry eeaa — 1 9, io'-j
N»w-i 'r;-ans Ky pr*>f — ] ' 2m j 31.
Nassau Ele^ Ist. IWI 5 A 4 O ' l'.n 112
North Had C ■ Xv, HSB ...1 » .r « j r.u , -
Xcrth Hud Co Ry. l'»U ...1 « JA J 113 —
N Hudson '" Ry. »x». r>24. s : M■. n VH i Iffls*
N-rth Jersey 31 l*» B■■ 4 MAN 7* i *2
N O Cttji i U 1943 ' B .1 ,v : :"* lin
SOOtj IM, 1903 ft : j 4 l> ] ■»:••»
N O iitv jt»T. I!M3 ' 4-S J ft J 111 . 113
New-Orleans Rys I 4 1 *' T-\ , ■,; ,
Oakland Trans. 191H .... ; 1; ' J& J 114 l:: ,
Roehsstsf St, ton. 1930 .-. . a* <> t"* : » 111
R.-..-h«3ter St. 21. MB3 ■■ | 3 J ft r ' 1"4 ' M
U'.chracm! Tr Ist. 1»25 . ..I .-. ■ J >v J .'.<> I 85
Second Avenue » : Q M 2ffl as
.Slx-.h Avenup 7 ; Q-J 172 : 17«
St L«uis Transit — I I ■- b\
Ses Bsach Ist, I 'l' 1 . 4 , M ft 9 ' ! i <!»
Sseead Ay con. !»♦« '• M ft. N 111% 113
Second Ay« l~t. 1!>'» B MAN Id lit*
Becun.l A-.- deb. V." :> ! • J A J , MU '.14,
South Boulevard. I*'. IMS.. 9 j ,i J WJ ■ liirt
F.iurh Ferry Ist. 191» .1 ■, 4 <"> 109 V*
Scranton Ky con. 1U32 R • .! 4 J W ' I*-,
?t Paul '■»:■>.- 1981 fi JA J 110 ' 113
Stelnway iL I 11. 1022 1 X Ji .! 117 -
.-yra. use RT, ll»*> ; n M 4 N 10**1 —
tSd Srreet 1- Q-F ; 380 ,41"
2Mh 4 »th St. tat. was ... .-. A* 0 11! 114
?■' 1 St Xl ett. lS>Wi> ' « J A J W ! 93
Third Aye Ist. 1937 ' • J A J 119 -
Seta st Cr^sstown l*t. 19:«>. » aA ■> 11» ! 113
TWPI *11 1*:. r.'_- I US M !'•*
Toledo It T. 1V»4". .'. J * J ■ TO
1" Tof l*rov!deno» I — ' -— S7 V+>
l"nion By Ist. 194-' - , :- * A 109 ■in
U T of Tr>y Ist ■•.. — ' l'W4; —
Tn E3»C Oo of XJ. 1019 ' 4 i J ft D 7* ! T»
r p. 4 c iB-j!) Ist. r.nrt.. . 3 m ft - »i I «
I l: & E ißal> ISC li'V.t ... 4 ; JA D ; 44Vi* *•'■'■%
Triton Trac tPitts>. 1937 1 — | J I D llrt ' 113
Ws«h Ry • SBN — : 24 i 2rt
Wash Ry 4 VA*>- pref ■■- — ' . T7 j Stt
Wash Ky & Elec 4s . — H%\ ■*'«
\\>.«fch».-vr El Ist. 1943... 4 .Jft J I 1""I 1 "" , 1U»
Yonkers Ky lit. i:*4>'> ■ I , A 4 O , I* . 111
»
BANK STOCKS.
(R»pcnM by Clinton GU^«rt. No. 2 Wal'.-*>
"~~~~ DtclSsas, \
Nan*. Ca?tt«l. »— • B«. U*lMd.
payable I I
*,t r Nat) - • , J. I 773
3ar.>c of DtKOtOtl 100. Ot*. | — , »
Butchers A Pt-.v. «*«« ■J-* J- ; g !Jl
C«ai 4 Iron Ex. . ' ;\>*'.<»m, , 190 ;»»
Consolidated I l.«*S;ii«H _ i }» j ««
J
Chemical 3D0.0Q0 130 ft-m. X }*» 4g
Clttasas 1 Cen Nat 2:.--.^>, *J. A J. , » : W
&Ls.":::::«a 854f 1 »
hjStt!:: *g^ "/; */ ! s s
& 2
... - ~
Ft^n National... SW.OUOI 12 J. A 1 [ 888 i _--
FourtS Nati.-ntl. 3..-IH.) '■(!<> 7J.A J- i -'• ' ; - =3
Caliatin I l.^'.tuO 12 A. A <>. '•» 415
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