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JIsfIUYLANI> lUAI [SOLD
Property Comprises About 5,000
Lots and Is at Hunt's Point
tough: atn or " d company. The
S>". ltr008h " ""
US ESS -«• S*
rrty Mmc yean aga.
,NCREABEISiITiS^«j>X G L
Meyers & Aronson.^bo P«rcb«ed a
a Plot with a 'ft^^n and having a
Fa-r.3 Road, and ' ! * f^io^t., HO feet
frontage of fifty t** D urcSa--ed an adjoining
_ oulh C f Hornp-st. have £" r i£^ Th o cornblned
the south end. iL • MUI *
brokers. • ' _
W .,, ST PLOT IN BIG REALTY SUIT.
w ' SAriin In the Supreme Court by the
Suit has been un ! "J^ 1 the Tontine Corn-
Unity Reany »«ggfg£g t0 carry out an
pan y to compel the la. > .^ - 8G
Hpreeaient of sale of ti ne p ,, ropert ., between
■ * W;.ll-st.. in <^< h ; n. . h J , rdHlt . ( i n
West Slxtr-^nd-rt-i ln tho
F J GOULD TO HAVE A SQUASH COURT.
ti 3 feet high, with walls of terra cotta, a
SI - ;|f|
archiiccts. .
MANY SALES MADE BY M. F. KERBY.
M F. Kerby ha* sold for Mr. Edward, the plot C3x
S3 fret on the r.orth E !de of «-•«•. feet west
SSflSfi^ for Jacaues Kahnjhe -^^
Iniithwest comers of One-hundred-and-elghtic Ji-at.
l-"d Z mont-ave.: for Mary A. Farrell tho plot. lOOx
SxloS feet, on the east side of Hughes-ave. to
B^mont-ave.. IG6 feet north of One-hundred-and
£S.ntath-k: for Richard J. Lyons the plot^
x.J Mn-dav the lo" 25x180 feet, on the south side
S fi^SM«'l« fec-t east of Prospect-aye ; for
mJ l?'<in the'plot. 753C5 feet, on the southwest
Ma 3 £ ' Wa^hiiKton-avi!. and One-hundred-and-
COT ; ; C v -4t-«t for Louis EldcWert, the plot. l«0x
on the bouUi 6!fio of One-hunared.
"^'ii-v. c ,h-st t^twwn Huphes-ave. and Bel
"'nnt'lve and for John J. Brady tho plot of fifteen
mont-aie.. ana - side-of One-hundred-and
- -\e% =t between Webster and Valentine ayes.
FIFTH-AYE. PARCEL CHANGES HANDS.
Fol»m Brothers and Charles B. Echuyler A Co.
Hve"eold for uhe Melotte estate, of Paris. No. 14
vi'th ive a f«ur 6 tory dwelling hou^e, on a lot
*s3j»fe* Tho property adjohn a new nln«
Etory hottl. .
\V. F. HAVEMEYER IN NEW SYNDICATE.
The cyrdicate on last Saturday bought tho
•Rrvd tract In Tha Bronx, comprises -William F.
Havem- ver", George R. Sheldon. Charles T. Barney.
Edcbard M Montgomery and several other persons.
*The tract is bounded on the south by Klngrsbridgo
Road and me Fordhain Bridge, on the east by
gpiivten '.-:' on the north by the line of
gSt Two-hundred-a!id-uventy-iunth-st. and on the
v^t by Sedewlck-ave. P>o!n north to south the
3^rtV Ifl from «» to 6» feet In width, and its
iensth "from east to west is about H T d Klngsbridge
c^ed by liaJlev and Heath ayes. and Kingsbridgo
Tto To the south of it Is the Bailey tract.
,^?dby the Barney syndicate. Kordham Bridge
is Boon to be replaced by a high viaduct crossing
gpuyten Duy\-il Creek to iluscoota-st., Marble HilL
INVESTOR BUYS AN UPTOWN PLOT.
Blaws< d & Hobbs have sold for Krastua K. Treat
to an investor the plot. 75x35 feet, on tho south side
of ;.•-.-.-. :.:y-secor.d-st., 125 fe*t -west
of Arr.Pt^r.lam-avp. This parcel Mr. Treat has held
since the Jumel ■ In.
TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY.
A Coßtaa bars «oM for t'.e Generai Build-
I No. 121 Ea«t Thirty
lory American basement dwelling
:
n bam sold tor Abraham Frankle
cewlch the
I E :.r>ave.,
on-st.
:• have sold ti> a client
I the Rtrath-
Mt comer of Two-hundred-and-<ilnth-«t. and
E. Osborne Smith & Co. were the brokers In the
Rto for John Stewart to tho Flelschman Realty
Corcrany of thrc-o lots on tho north siOe if One
hundrod-and-sevcnty-nlnth-st., 150 feet West of Am
»te;dam-ave., "ZxV'jO feet; elso in the sale for Mr.
Stwart to a cllc-nt of three Jots on the south side
of One-hundrfa-an.l-eiphtif-th-st.. 173 feet west of
Amsierdam-ave., VixlW feet. The same brokers
*lso negotiated tho recent sale of No. 2.256 ! ".-v
cr.th-ave. for Paul H< nog to a client.
Goldberg & Greenberg have resold tha southeast
and northf-ast corners of Belmont-avp. and One
bandred-and-eighty-nlnth-Bt. 69x100 feet and iQzIOO
feet
B«T.m & Stoltz have sold for a Mr. Reis a plot at
the northwest comer of Artluir-ave. and One-hun
fred-and-dehty-second-st.
V.'iillam };. Diller has •old another of his two
family houses. In One-hundred-and-sixty-second-st..
between Morris and Teller ayes.
Isaac Lowenfeld lias bought the southwest cor
*r of Home ar.d Barretto sts. Cox£3xC3xS3 feet, and
Jias coM the northeast corner of Prospect-aye. and
Oae-hundrfcd-and-elghty-third-st.. £oxl2l feet.
E. Hammer has bought, through F. W. Bower, a
rlotTSxM feet, on the west Bide of Arthur-ave.,'2s
bet north of One-hundred-and-elghty-first-st; also
tought and resold the plot. KIOO feet, on the north
el<3e of Gardun-st.. 265 feet west of the Southern
Boulevard; also bought, through Gerald Connor.
«« nat&west corner of Adams Place and One-hun
flred-and-eighty-ti]ird-st., 4Sxl2>) •-;. He has sold,
wouga V.Vk'. Uower, tho northwest corner of Wash
inp.or.-av.. an<l One-hondred-and-elghty-slxth-st.
6 ™l l * v ' felt through C. A. Groezinger to Krurn
hun^daV th< * lot on tho r - orth Elde of One
f Fox-at.
■ ■ a the
are un^ \J % «estch.-ster-ave., between Intervale
*^st side V,' i ","•■ b!so a I* lol - WxlOO feet, on the
aad-eixtv-fifnT ll t; \- rv 4<--ave.. between One-hundred
a plot :-jv-(,j th^ ad W'-stchfefiter-ave., and bought
H«.u.-evai^ tetSS* V»^ lhe w< * st siJe ■/ Southern
--hnn
chef . t ';;:":- o"twetn WVst F«rma iioad and
«.. between V.^t f° - p!o |- "--G*™ in Home
ave ».ebt Farms Koud and Westchester
tojSS^^fe.'l^ s , old tor Harry P. Carry
; lot. WxiOD feet
- . west of
to Kiiza
«.. 138 feet norm ofVv , ,° <ast side ot Oarneld-
v right to v,. •„ PCP C v Umljus - ay "-: for Andrew S.
■: .::",!
1
ThODM "Vv -'• " l-l -' a fou r story
s^^^?^^ Loeb to Sol
SSffl^SSSsssL^ ?^ a ». »»•• south.
SgS: o --'-^-iand^US%t c rplo a t;
Cb«fc» Ssfi*S '^Vife^t from ex-Mayor
X the block front on •
iv,. bjtween Bridge and
- t- If. Biedtor has held the
f Hou Mxl 7€ r f^ L - J- Phillips & Co
f ••
n^nh B |r^f h6"nlhunh 6"nlhun^ ht H the . block fr0 "t on
Abraham Shatzkln has sold to Achilla D'lnr.o
cenzo No 2,537 Cambrellng-ave., a dwelling: house,
on lot 24x100 feet.* .
J. J. Hag&erty ha« sold for a Mr. Prlndle the
plot, GoxU_ feet, on. tho south side of HOI— at
300 feet west of the Southern Boulevard; also, for
Michael Coravan the lot on the east side of-Bry
ant-at., 75 feet north of Prceman-st. ; also, for
"William BuHse. the two family house No. 1,171
Barretto-st., running through to Intervale-aye. .
Max J. Klein ant? Igrnatz Roth have bought
through John J. Brady, through M. F. Ktrbv. the
Mock front on-tho south Fide of One-hundred-and
clghtleth-st., between Webster and Valentino
ayes.. a plot *.'7x63 feet.
Mortimer Levy has sold for a client to Abram
Bachrach the plot, 60x100 feet, on the south side
of Columbus-aye.. 75 feet fust of -Llncoln-ave.
Harry & Mclaughlin have sold for M. L. & C.
Bmat and Frank B. Walker the plot, 75x155 feet,
on the west side of Fulton-aye., 60 feet north or
One-hundred-and-slxty-seventh-st.
Xeubeok & tiusher have sold for George H. Mc-
Gulro to Charles S. Levy the southeast corner of
Oue-hundred-and-eightieth-Bt. and Prospect-aye..
a plot 12i>xl4S ffft.
Samuel Grossman has sold the plot, 48x97 feet, on
the west side of Bathgate-ave., 48 feet north of
One-hundred-and-elghty-second-st., to Frederick
Sackrtt.
KVlan & Rosonzwelg have sold to Samuel
Kramer the plot, 60x100 feet, on the west side of
Washington-eve,. . 150 feet north of One-hundred
and-seventy-flrst-st.
Mrs. B. Crowe is reported to have sold No. 03l
West ElATtoty-eeventh-at.. a three story and base
ment brownstono front dwelling house, on lot *)x.
100.8 feet.
The liver estate has sold the plot, 79.8x150 feet,
on the west side of Broadway, opposite One-nun
dred-and-elchtv-thlrd-st. „..,.,,.*
Nathan Weiss has sold the lot. 2.»xlOO feet at
the southeast corner of Eleventh-aye. and One
hundred-and-eitfhvy-sooond-fit.
Philip Schmidt has sold No. 459 West One-hun
drfd-and-tlfiy-fifth-at., a five story brownstone
Oathouse, on lot £5x1*9.11 feet, between Amsterdam
and St. Nicholas ayes.
Charles Griffith Moses & Bro. have sold to
Rowan & Calhoun the plot, 50x53.6x50.2x58.3 feet,
on the north side of One-hundred-and-seventy
fourth-st.. 100 feet west of Audubon-ave.
Heilii.-r & Wolf have sold through Hall J. How
& Co. to Charles Wolsbecker the lot. 25x119 feet,
on the south side of One-hundred-and-eighty-nrst
et.. 100 -.ft east .if Audubon-ave.
X v.: v Perelmao have resold the plot, 50x80
feet, on the north Fide of une-hundred-and-elghty
aoeond-st., 160 feet west of Amsterdam-aye.
S. .to haa sold for Mrs. J. Lederer to Morse
Brothers No. 2.676 Eighth-aye.. a five story triple
flat house, with store, on lot 25x100 feet.
Max Marx has bougHt, through J. Romaine Brown
& Co. the plot 100x350 feet, at the southwest corner
of Nagl>'-avf. and Ellwood-st,, and the lot, 136.Hr
195.8x313.3x32.2 feet, on the south Fide of Ellwood
st. 152 feet oast of Broadway. He has sold to
Mrs. Nlnah Rosenbcrp^r the three five story flat
houses. Xos. 103. 106 and 100 West Blghty-ntntii-st.,
20, 28 and 27. respectively. xloo.B feet.
Joseph H. Chapman baa sold Nos. 237 and 239
West One-hunoTed-and-ninth-st.. 50x100.11 feet, to
the Business Men's Realty Company, which has
resold it to Joseph Klelafeld and Samuel Engels
! rrz
Frederick Slater has sold for John Rankln to
Thomas Blake No. 9 west One-hundred-and-second
st., a •.v. story flathouse. on lot 19x100.11 feet.
Thomas C. Calhoun has bought from the Cen
tral Realty Bond and Trust Company the plot, l'"'x
100 feet on the south side of Two-hundred-ana
tetith-st.. 100 feet east of Tenth-aye. Max Marx
was the broker. _ ,
Alexander & Co. have resold for Allc* M. Beck
to the Seymour Realty Company No. 48 West Sixty
sixth-st a five story nathouse, on lot 25x100.5 feet.
The Schwab Realty Company has bought from
John Hamel No. 246 West Sixty-second-st.. a five
story flathous<\ on lot 25x100.5 feet.
M. Levy & Co. have sold for Max Rosenblum to
Gustavus* A. Rogers Nos. 2,104 and 8,106 Seeonfl
ave. two five story flathouses, on plot 60.6x100 feet.
Lowensteln, Oppenhelm & Co.. in conjunction
with Herman Harris, have resold for Morris Sinde
band to S. Rabinowltz No. 2.035 Second-aye.. a
five story tenement house, on lot 26X100 feet.
Max C. Baum has. bought the four story flat
house No. 2.370 Flrst-ave., on lot 23x58x Irregular.
Jacob L. Llssr.er St Sons have bought No. 1,763
to 1,703 First-aye.. three five story flathousee, on
plot 80x100 feet. (
AUCTION SALES TO-DAY.
By Joseph P. Day: Xo. 29 to 35 S2d-*t, n «, 420 ft w of
Eth-«.v«, 100x98.6x17.6x960, to s s 83<l-st, t2.0x93.0xE0x
98. 9; four 4 sty stona front cwlgs on 82d-Bt and 4 ity
etone front flat h and two 4 sty brk loft bldga (action 2);
Union Dim* Fay Inst art American Keelty Co et al;
Rltch. W B i- B. att>-s: A Litthauer. ref (amt due.
$336,252.40; taxes, etc, 521.730 Cl); No SO B3J-st, s s.
802.6 ft w of sth-a^■B. 17.6x9S 0, 4 sty trtc loft and 'store
bids (action 1); same agt same; same attys and rat (amt
due, ,52a,44«90: taxes, etc, $3.033 74); No 812 to 316
<'«jial-«t, ■ a. about 225 ft r of Cburch-st, runs c—xe — x 36.4 x
'.rT-eor three 4 sty brk loft and More- hldgs; No 45 to 81
LJf=l.'Ona: r. E, 17. - ft a of Church-«t. 91.11x50x lrr^g;
■old subject to mtgt, for 1180,000; fl sty brk loft and store
bids; Met Lif* Ins Co egt C L Smith et al; Rltfh, W. B
& B, attys: B B La Fetra, itf <amt due, $47,012 49; taxes,
etc. $12,005 US). . . ,
By Herbert A. Sherman: No 232 21*t-«t. s f, 383.11 ft
vr of 7th-ave, 13.6x62. 4 sty stone front dwls; M B Haguo
apt M J B Canavotto et al; J B Pine, atty; C 1* C.arkson,
ref (amt due. $15,091 77; taxes, etc. $4'» ! S7).
AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY.
By Joseph P. Day: TVaverley Place, No 144, b 9,
293.3 ft c of 6th-ave, 22x97, four story brick dwelling
house; Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank against
Cecelia Cunningham et al; R & E J O" Gorman, attor
neys; E B Hnmlln, referee: amount due, f 15, 09 4 41;
taxes, etc, $1,171 75; -withdrawn. Southern Boulevard,
No 3,676. n w cor of Decatur-avo, 153. 11 x w llOx s
37.5 x c Bix s 108.9x60.6 ft, two story frame, dwelling
house and two story frame stable, vacant; D J O'Con
nor ac:t::i.=t Drake Van D Smith »t al; Boardman. P A
S, attorneys; P Q Wetterau. referee; amount due,
$1?..13ij31; taxes, etc, $3,453 37; to Michael Regan for
$18,000.
By Peter F Meyer: Cnnvent-ava. No 71. 8 c cor of
144th-st. 20x100. four story brick dwelling house; A C
Taylor against J D Butler et al: Strong & C. attorneys;
Bdwar.l Browne, referee; amount due, $25,000; taxes,
etc. $332 66; to the plaintiff for $20,000.
• I
THE BRCNX BUILDING PLANS.
ISSa-ct, s *. 25 ft c of Park-are; four story
trick tenement house, 22x26.6 Vi ft: Herman
X Moyer, owner; M J Garvln. architect.... $15,000
lClst-st, s w cor of Cauldwell-ave; five etory
brick iment house. 30x8"i.3 ft; Patrick
Jon. owner; M J Garvln, architect 2,000
6th-st. n b, 100 ft \v of Avenue C, Unlonport;
two •■•. ■ story frame dwelling bouses, 19x45
ft; Charles U Nance, owner; L I' Freh.jr,
arohitpct 6,600
Washinpton-ave. • b, 150 ft n of Westohester
ave. two story frame dwelling house, 19x45;
L B Frie*. owner end architect 8.800
Eastchet=tcr r<3. £50 ft north of BlondeU-ave;
two story frame dwelling house, 20x30; Ed
ward Strassler. owner; I. P Fries, architect.. 2,000
3d-avp, c s, 139 ft n of 170th-Bt; on« story
brick store, ZS.SSxTB; Edward B Karreli,
own»r; M J Garvln, architect 8,500
3<S-ave, n c cor of 145th-st; one story brlok
store, 19x26 ft; Joseph J. Gleason, owner;
Louis Talk, architect 1.000
Decatur- aye. c a. 45 ft n of :09th-Rt; one story
frame hennery. 12x10 ft; John Ruhle, owner;
Louis Falk. architect 150
MANHATTAN BUILDING PLANS.
Fulton-et. No S7, and Ann-st, No R8: for a six
etory brick loft and stnre buiMlnK. J5. 4x120
ft: Dodge * Olcritt, owners; E Greene, archi
tect $60,000
Brooklyn Houses for Sale.
BERKELEY I'LACK. NEAH SIXTH AY.
4 STOIIY SINGLE FXAT.
One of the finest apartment houses on the- Park Slope
21 fort front, hO Uul de6p; lot 100; porcelain baths; larg«
refrigerators and other accessories; H rooms and bath;
l'.t'ht and air on three sides.
I'IUCE, $16,000; J53.000 CASH.
FRED. M. SMITH,
'Tempi* Bar." 44 Court St. Telephone 3.049 — Main,
CORNEK U'AKTMKNT HOUSE. '
BROOKLYN HEIOnTS.
Price, J27.750; rent, $a.lO<>; aafefsed. 000; Institu
tion mottsace, 120,000, at 6 per cent; owner will take,
back seoond, '- l ' : ' J - at 5 per cent; all rented to permanent
tenants
FRED. M. SMITH,
"Temple Bar." 44 Court St. T«lephon« 3.o4*— Main.
l? On n BALE— SIO.OOO— 435 HAJ»COCK-BT.. Brooklyn —
a. Threa story and basement hrovrn«tone In fine order
and ready for Immediate cossesslon; handsome blo.-k
asphalted street, between Bumn«r and Throop ayes • half
oasb required : special sale and must b* closod out this
year. Ar.ply to
CHARLES E. HOTALINO. 441 Sumner-ave.
BOBOFOIf OF QeEEJfS.
HALF HOUR FROM HERALD SQUARE
EAST ELM HURST
OK BEAUTIFUL FLUSHING BAY.
Lota with •"•••>■ rity Improvement a' *S7« on
easy monthly payments. Will be worth $ 1.004 » a ,.v.
■within litu jeans, on completion of Pennsylvania
tunnel and lilaclcwell's Island brld«rColonlal
cottages r«oily •-■ occupy on payment of 1400.
SEND a POSTAL CAUD
rOK CIBCUUUt AM) VIEWS
BANKERS' LAND AND MORTOAaB CO
881 MANHATTAN AYE.. BROOKLYN. '
Country Property for Sale.
ABOUT 2< 2 MILES SHORE
FRONT
On Long Island Sound
(VIA N. V.. N. 11. 4 11. RAIL WAT.)
A tract of about 500 acres suitable for cot
tage subdivision or several private estates;
miles of never-can-be-obstrucled water views;
price $250,000. Maps and details with
PHILLIPS & WELLS,
(10316) Tribune Building, N. Y.
FOR 80 year* we liars sold
COUNTRY PROPERTY ONLY,
CataloK lire to lateuciinK ;,.,.,
Ouuriß. ».»!.. 1. 10 nail, onll or writ*!
riilUiti* * IVcIU. Hit Trlbun* ill .'id! N. T.
NEW-YORK DAILY TKTBUNK TOESDAY. XOVEMBEK 29. 1904.
Real Estate.
THE GREAT BARRET
FOR
Guaranteed Mortgages
Amount of Mortgages guaranteed
by this Company sold to investors
more than
$140,000,000.
Loss of principal to investors. . . . O
Lobs of interest to investors O
Every investor Beoure, satisfied,
content. %x&)
Has any other form of investment
such a record ?
A large number of chpice mort
gages always on hand for imme
diate investment.
Bond & Mortgage Guarantee Co
Capital and Surplus $4, 500,000
116 Broadway, 175 Itemoen St.,
New York. Brooklyn.
Real Estate Titles
injured by this Company expedi
tiously and at reasonable cost. Its
contract of insurance is broad and
liberal, and absolutely protects the
insured against loss by reason of taxes,
assessments, defects and incum
brances and the expense of litigation.
CAPITAL and 0O ilfkSt f|f|A
v SURPLUS $O;U UU|IiyU
The Lawyers' Title
Insurance Company
of New York
11 Liberty St., Manhattan
38 Court St., Brooklyn.
nm MONEY TO LOAN /»,
M 1 ON BOND Ss. MORTGAGB. Eft £
IS UNITED STATES %
ON BOND & MORTGAGE. U |
UNITED STATES \
c 9 1 Tltl« Guarantee A Indemnity Co. T»
I I Manhattan: 160, 192, lei H'wajr. ■ V
SL j Brooklyn: 156 Remsen Street. \&JB
Tlcßr Jamaica: 346 Fulton Street.
City Property for Sale.
SOLID
P^.EAL ESTATE
IJVVESTMEJVT.
An Improved Broadway Corner; choice locu
tion. Both property and price will Interest
■peculator or investor. Will entertain part
trade. Full particulars upon application to
F. R. WOOD & CO.,
Cor. Broadway & 80th St.
nU/IUCDQ OF DOWN TOWN
U Hilt BUSINESS PROPERTY
Wishing to RENT or SELL th« same.
Address, giving particulars,
RULAND & WHITING CO..
5 ) set: km ax ST.
41 ACRES IN THE BRONX.
817 ft. Front on the Sound, NEVER
OFFERED BEFORE.
Will sell for less than the assessed valuation.
JAMBS L. LIBBY,
84 PINK STREET.
Tel. 1807 John. New Torsi
OWVKKS OF PROPERTY In the Italian quarter*,
to sell or lease, send particulars. ItUSSI E. CASALE.
230 Grand St. Tel. 6I0« Spring.
City Property to Let.
FOR RENT
New American Basement
Dwellings
Absolutely Fireproof
SOUTH SIDE OF 74th ST..
Between Central Park West and Columbus Aye.
No residences have ever been offered for
rental In New York City comparing with these
In construction, equipment, appointments and
detail.
They have been designed and built with the
careful attention to details of construction given
only to the highest class houses built for private
ownership. Booklet sent on application.
Size 25x85x102.2.
FIVE STORIES IN HEIGHT.
These houses are ready for Inspection.
CARETAKER AT NO. 80 WEST 74TH ST.
For particulars inquire of
CLARK ESTATE
Corner of 67tb Street, No. 2351 Broadwaj
Unfurnished Apartments to Let.
Now Completed.
Iteuily for Uccuiiuucy.
Georgean
Court,
SOUTHWEST CORNER *
66th St. and
Central Park West.
This new structure Is the
masterpiece of modern high class
apartment house architecture.
Beauty. Comfort and Luxury
are most cogently exemplified.
Suites oF 8 to 12
rooms, 2 and 3 baths.
Large foyer reception hall
and Butler's pantry most
conveniently arranged.
Booklets sent on application.
SLAWSON & HOBBS,
281 < oliiiiibun At., nr. 73d SI. •
DAILY a.- CARLSON,
Owners and Builders.
THE SWANNANOA,
105 Fast 15th »t.. overlouklnß Union Sq.
8 B and 7 room* nn<l hath: rents, *4. > t" fltK> monthly,
1 ' MANAIiKK ON I'KEMISBH. _
Furnished Apartments to Let.
1— ELEOANTLY FI'RNIKHEn APARTMKXTH — Pr!
■ vat., bathn lr.cludln« m«al», $ir> weekly: two, 93S
weekly. VAN RENBSELAER, 19 E. llth-»t.. near 6th-av.
APVXR'nHIIUKNTH and mbacriixloiui for The Trlbun*
_^V received til their I'titown OrHce.
NO. 1.804 BROADWAT.
Advertisements will he roccived v' the followlnr branch
offlcti at rMUlar office rate* until 8 o" clock p. in., viz. :
254 frth-ave.. *. c. cor. 23<i-«t.: 163 Cth-av»., cor. 12th-»t ;
Jr2 East 14th-«t. ; 2.'.7 Welt 43d-«t.. between 7th and Bth
avea. ; 2C3 West 1261h-et.; \.Z\:- 3J-ave.. h.-tween 7«th an.
77th sis.. 1 '<*'• 3d-ave.. near Glut-*!.. 1,708 lsi-aye near
f9th-»l.; 157 East 125th-st.: 753 Tremont ; «*0 31
tvt., near 41«t-«t.: 864 31-ave.: U8 ChrUtopher-«.
Urookljn. N. X. — 2 Court-it. : 216 Court-el-
SECURITIES CLOSE HIGHER.
PRICES ADVANCE OS HE AIT DAYS TRADING.
Sentiment Bullish, Despite Firmer Money Rates — United Stairs Strd
Common a Feature.
Closing prices yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Saturday's quo
i tations -were:
STOCKS.
Amal Ccpper... 8114 4- Hi National Lead... 23S — H
Am O & I- 33% + t % v V Central 137H +1%
'•* m VV s * 9 +»NTC*St L... 41** •+• '*
Am I>iconiotlV9. 35% •+■ «i 1 Norf & West 7G 1 * +1
Am Malting: pr. 27»* North Am 104* + •»
Am Smelting;... 81% + % Paclflc Mail -44% — H
Am Sugar H7?i —l 1 > enn r r. 1371, + §
"V mm ~ St Foun pf - 50 1 * -! *>° Gas of CM. .1104 -fIH
.At Top ASP .. 88 H _*i Pressed Steel Car 41H -t-lH
1 ''» pre? 1034 — Vi ! do pref 00* +H
Bait & 0hi0.... 9<J\ + V Reading 7«% 4- **
j Brooklyn R T. . CS* + \ Rock Island S7»» + H
l Canadian' Vac. . .134% + \%\ do pret 83S + *»
• Chic; <H West.. as^ — H1 Ry Steel Sl>rln«.. 33 + *»
<^es & 0hi0. . . . BO 1 do prer 01 +1
I CatA St P....174S + •» I Rep I A Steel... IS* + %
«'"! I'" A 1 68% +6 I do pref 72U + **
Col 4- Southern. 22% 4- %< Rubber Goods... 26 +1
Congo! Gas 216 -4-1 st L 9 W 25% + "4
Corn Products. . 23** —% ; do pref 54 — %
Del & Hudson.. lßo 3 1, 4 9 F M pf CS ■
Den & R G pf. SflH + V Southern Tly... . 35*4 + H
Detroit South pf 29% — 4 Southern Pac «7H — %
Brie 40!* -1 Term C & 1 70% — H
do Ist pr«f — 73% ft St L& W 31% —>%
do 2.1 pr<*. ... r.7 j Texas & Pa 0.... 3'J*4 — "4
Gen Klectrlc..l9OV4 — 2*»|Unlon Padflo 113H — %
Hock Vall«y 83* i — %1U 8 Leather 14*
Inter Paper 20H 4-1 I do pref 05-4
Illinois CentraLlßTH +4*» S Pip© pr«f . . . 77V» +2%
Loul» * Na5h.. 141% 4-2^ \V 3 Steel 31H 4-1%
Manhattan 168 4- Hi do pref 94% — H
Met Sec 81 >4 4- H ; Va-Car Cham.... 41 + *
Mat Street .122% 4- % j W abash 23T4 + *
Max Central.... 2::H 4- % do pref 4«tt —Vi
MX & T 33% —1 Wheel AL. E... 21
do pref 63V4 1 wis Cent 24% + %
Missouri Vac. ..108% +»i do pref 48
BONDS.
Am Tob 4s 71*4 -rUt Me* On Ist tno 26% — M,
do 6* 110% 4- M Heading jen 4*.. 102*4 ■+■ *4
AT& 3V X 41.102% +HSL. IM & 3 4i. 96 4- Mi
CofGa 2d Ino 78 4-2 8L& 3 P ref 4a 89>4 4- V»
C R IAP RR 4s S2>4 — % R L. 3 W con 4s «2% 4- V»
Col F 4 I rtfs »1V» 4-l<-4 South Ry Ist S». 110^4 +1
Coniol Tob 4». . 82% 4-lH ; Un Pao con 4b. ..113 — H
Plst F>c C 65.. 77H 4- 14! 8 Steel 5s 84% — H
G B&W deb B» 19 4- %
STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS.
Transactions In yesterday's stock market were
heavy in volume on a movement of values
which, after early irregularity, tended In the di
rection of higher prices in tha greater number
of Issues. Commission houses were moderately
he-ivy buyers, while the substantial interests
who are identified with the speculation in the
leading securities were actively engaged on ths
bull Bide of the account, and, as a consequence,
a long list of not advances was recorded at tho
elope, with tho greatest strength in Amalga
mated Copper, Canadian Paclflo. Northwest,
Colorado Fuel and .Iron, Consolidated Gas. Illi
nois Central, Louisville and Nashville, Norfolk
and Western. People's Oas, United States Steel
common and some of the Inactive securities,
such as International Paper, Federal Smelting,
Rubber Goods preferred and Westltighouse.
While the dealings in United States Steel pre
ferred wf-re again heavy In volume, pront taking
Mlea were large enough to prevent the stock
from enjoying a net gain for the day, and the
same character of transactions in the sinking
fund bonds also resulted in depressing the price
of those issues. Other exceptions to the up
ward movement were found In Union Pacific
shares, Southern Pacific, Chicago Great West
ern, Atchison, General Electric and Tennessee
Coal and Iron. In these stocks small net looses
were recorded, but the heaviness was not consid
ered significant of a coming general downward
course of prices. Naturally aom« of the high
priced shares are being sold under cover of
strength in the low priced issues. Striking ad
vances in Illinois Central and Colorado Fuel
and Iron were not accompanied by news devel
opments affecting the properties, but In the case
of Illinois Central a report was circulated that
the dividend on the stock would be advanced to
a 7 per cent basis. Although United States
Steel preferred closed at a small net loss the
common stock was strong and active, both In
the London and local market, closing in New-
York at a ret gain of nearly 2 per cent. Many
speculators have been taking their profits in
the preferred, transferring their Interests to the
common, which is slated, according to wall in
formed gossip, to sell at a price of 40. There la
a confident fueling in "Wall Street circles that
the price named will be reached on the current
movement, notwithstanding the belief that the
resumption of dividends will not take place for
a long time to come. The copper shares were
again hi excellent demand on tho Stock Ex
ch&nge, while on tho curb Montreal and Boston
wiis taken in large amounts at advancing prices.
The statistical position of the copper trade la
Singly strong, and speculative activity in
the cupper shares is warranted.
The Interesting feature of the monetary situ
ation at the moment Is the weakening tendency
in sterling exchange at this centre and the ad
vance In Ptorllng at Paris and Berlin, move
ments which apparently Indicate that gold ex
ports are over for the present. Of courte, It
cannot be definitely stated that further im
portant shipments of the precious metal will
not be made, as conditions in the foreign ex
change market may change again In favor of
foreign centres, ns far hb this market is con
cerned, but there is, however, no good reason
to believe that the requirements of Rerlin and
Paris In the rest of the year will be bo urgent
as to force further material shipments of gold
from New- York. In the last four weeks up
ward of $1f>,000,000 In gold has been sent from
this country to Europe, the result of which
is now reflected In an easier market for loans
in the foreign capitals and the maintenance
of the Pank of England's minimum rate of
discount at 3 per cent. In the recent period of
gold exports Intelligent observers of the finan
cial situation were not at all alarmed over the
foreign demand on this centre for the metal, as
they appreciated the fact that the outward
movement was the outcome of legitimate finan
cial conditions, which involve the movement of
money toward the centre where it can be most
profitably employed. When money is cheap In
New-York and there is a good demand for ac
commouatlon abroad gold will leave these shores,
and a proper understanding of the reason why
the metal flows abroad will relieve timid In
vestors of uneasiness. In yesterday's market
call loans ruled at .'s'j per ci»nt, while there
was no material change in time money rates.
It Is generally believed that last week's ad
vance In money will he maintained throughout
the month, while It Is thought likely that even
higher rates will be recorded at the end of the
year. Incident to the preparations for the large
January interest and dlvtd ml disbursements.
Many encouraging reports were received yes
terday from officers of the Western railroads,
lnilii-ating a. healthful growth in traffic receipts
nnd nr.'.tt confidence on thy part of railway
managers over the outlook for big results in
the coming calendar rear. There is rio boom,
but traffic Ih enjoying a steady growth. Senti
ment In business circles is so cheerful that rail
road men naturally are looking forward to In
creased traffic receipts, on the theory that cheer
ful sentiment makes good business returns. Al
though net earnings continue somewhat under
the expectations of railway offlrers, the per
centage of decrease In the neater numl
instances is growing smaller, mid. according to
t:..- \ l-ivs of Interests identified with the vari
ous prop* rttes, net results on all lines wiil soon
begin to show marked improvement. At the
moment decreases In net, as a rule, are caused
by increased expenses, but the mere fact that
railway managers are willing to Increase their
<Xs><-n«lltures Indicates great confidence on their
part In the future of the railroad business. 80
for roads reporting for October make an un
favorable showing as compared with the same
period a year ago, returns for seventeen roads
showing a decrease In gross of $411,000 and a
decrease in net of $75.°>,000, making from July 1
a decrease in not of $1.11*0.200. or nearly 4 per
cent, as compared with the same time a year
ago. The most unfavorable report for the
month was made by the Atchison system, which
showed a large failing off both in gross and
net receipts. A large system, such as the
Atchison. can Buffer several bad months in the
year without having its general results for the
twelve months present an unfavorable showing.
The Atchison system runs through some of the
most productive States in the Union. Its lines
extending from Chicago to San Francisco, and
eventually it ought to prove one of the biggest
money earners in the country.
BOND MARKET TRADING.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.— Market Bteady. Final
Quotations follow:
Bid Ankr4. Bid. Aaked.
U.S. 2».II>SO.r»K I'HH 105 U.S. 4b, 10OT.cou.HWi l(W\
U.S. 25.1030.c0u 104H 103 U. 9. 4s. 1023.r<"r.130*i 131
U.S. Bs,llK>S,reg:.lo4H 105 U.S. 49, 1025,c0u.1.W» 131«4
V.B. 85,1«08.c0u.104H 106 , Philippine 4« 10» —
U.S. Ba.HWH.uml.lCmi — DJat. of C. 8-635.110H —
U.S. 4>.lQO7.rec.lo*t 106\;
RAILROAD BONDS. -Market strong:. Total sales
amounted In par value to $10.(H7.ax>, against J0.033.0X)
on Saturday. The heaviest dealings were In the
Atchison general is, Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s,
Central of Georgia second incomes. Central Pacific
4s, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad 4s
and collateral trust sb. Chicago, Burlington and
Qulncy 4s, Detroit Southern 4s, Erie general 43,
Green Bay and Western debenture Bs, Mexican
Central first and second Incomes. St. Louis and
San Francisco refunding 4s, St. Louis Southwestern,
consolidated 4b, Union Pacific convertible 4s and
Wabash debenture Bs. American Tobacco 4s and
6s«. Colorado Fuel and Iron certificates. Consoli
dated Tobacco 4s. and United States Steel 6s were
also active.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. Nov. 28. 4 p. m.— The market for Ameri
can securities was irregular, with more not losses
than gains. The fortnightly settlement began with
unusually stiff rates on American stocks, notably
the United States Steel Issues. Final prices fol
low:
New- N»»-
Lop. .n York York
cloae. equivalent, cloep. Ch'g-ea.
Anaoonl* o 117 115 ,2
Atchison 00H s»'i 81)'* — T 4
Canadian Pacific 13& 13-1 S IS4S 4- *»
St. i-aui ITSH m l 174H — **
trie 41*4 4t>S 4i>H — l »
do Ist pref -:>\. TA\ TJ\
Illlnola Central IftTVi 153\ va>% + %
LouU & Nash 143 13»*i 13v>Va
X y Central.. M i4i> : j 137 136S + ' 3
Pennsylvania 7OH lo7>» 18ti^ -•- *4
Beatllr-K IMk 77 76H + H
S<«ithern I'aclflo 6^»» OTH 68 — %
Union Pacific lb"j 115S llO'-^ — °k
U S Steel 30% 30H T}\ + ■%
do prtf 4 wi T » wH S)4;» — l »
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.— CaII money In
London. 31&2H per cent. Open market discount rata
for short bills, ajj 31-16 per cent; long bills. S per
cent, Berlin discount rate, 3*4 per cent. Berlin
exchange on London. 20 marks 3SV- pfennigs. Paris
discount rate, 2h per cent. Paris exchange on Lon
don, 25 francs lt> centimes.
FOREIGN SECURITIES. —British consols for
money. &>'»; for the account. Bs%. French rentes.
98 francs 40 centimes. ,
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS.
0000 U S 3s Cou 1808.1tMSi| 1000 Lao Gas 6s 1O8«4
15you do 4» Cou 11)07. 104V» . UWH) L. a & MSo Deb
lOuW do 4s Cou 1825.131T 1 *; 4s . 100%
27 W0 Jap Loan Ctfs... i>\\\ 2000 do . "'MI
$82000 do 61-»;s>oin> do 3^s 8.103
280<J<> do WM 2UfO L 1 Gen 43 HO
11000 R of C &s Ctfs.,lo3 : iyw Lou & a Ist 3a..1t>3>4
}000 do 1"-"^, aOOO do 103W
1""" .do UXi\] 4«k> L 4 N CI Tr 45.. »*H
BiH>o Ala Cent Ist 6»..115V»i 700<j do Untiled 49 ..103%*
5000 Am H & L «a... 1.3 | 6«XH> do 103W
10000 Am Tob 6* CUa.UO^ do X O * M lst-131V»
28«OO do llCHs.luuOO MSt Kef 4».. »2
6iAH."O do llt>*.j «o<io do Ol"i
J24000 do llo:» bo«>o Ilex Cent Con 4s. 77
tvlnmw do 110*4 SHAM) do 4^s »5
lih»<>u da is ctfs 70 , «;wo do W
2800 da 70}iiluu<J0 do Ist lac «J%
llwuO do 70 7 ,i «UOO do *7
S4BtHx» do 70 * . lou«.n» do 2** l
515tHio do 71 12MM0 do 2J. Inc 17~i
15O«ji> do 71 ;wxm»> do 17
Itt4o«io do 71» lino Ma X & E Ist...HOH
J3louo da 71^ia«Jt!O M X 4 Ok Ist Os.li*%
170U0 do IS S«ti> do 105
6SOOO do n% BOUO Mo KSi T Ist 4s.l'XJ
23l«JiX) do Vi i fH.HK> do 2d ■»» S'i'-i
S2MX«> do 71 7 » si«o M L i at W Mich
4120ii0 do 71^j Dlv 6s 133
4*.*«« Ann Ar Ist 4s . U7t-.. ltvio Mo V Ist Co] 95..106 V&
4000 A T * 3 F id) 3 « v Mut Fuel Gas 0«. Id
4a 04* i 1000 X C & St L Ist
100") a 1 i>4^, 7 123*4
3UOOO do Gen 4>. 1O2"»| 8000 Xas Eire R R 4s. MM.*
4500 do l"'i I 70000 Xof M Ist Con 4* 83
1000 do loU'sliuoou N T Cent L 3 Col
lolK.«O do 10^' | BUs PI 1 *
&OOU At Coast 4» HUT), | 7000 do M '
11 A 0 Sold 45..1.>a l nnxt X X & Q Co E L.
SOUO do i"rlor 34«.. W-*l i pss 100 5 .
2<KK> do WIWi 2000 N V ii &EL. H
13000 do Bwn 3'-j3... »:< , A P4s 0o T
45W.H.> Bkln Rap Tr 4a. bo i 13(n10 do Hi
10000 do b4\.2iti N VO & W'M
12000 Uo S4Vsj 4s 106
11000 Bkln Un Bl Ist. 110 ; 1000 x v S i \V Gen
2000 Can So 3d 5s loC\. 3* 100
lliOO C of Ga Con ss.limt| 3000 Nor! & V,' Con 4*. 101
2000 do 2d 1nc.. .3. 71ViH^joO do lor-«
»000 do TISI 1000 do PC| C 4*. i»7- a
17000 do 72 I 5»)oo do 87
17<H>0 do T2HI 2000 Nor Pac Gen 3* . 19%
lU>O»> da ISM 1000 do 75>»
121 H.«(» do 73 )lflo<H> ,],, prior 4* 106»»
10<h> do 3.1 Ini> 64» 4 i«i«x> do He? I»H\
i:,ix«. C of N J Gen 55.135Vs 1000 0 It St N Con 4s.ltV3»,
HXKK> Cent Pac Gtd 43.101 7 *; M<iiiO Ore Sh L. Ist 65..125 V»
*.*•'< do — 1O1V»| i>o«ni do la.-;,
20000 C i O >."on 5s 11S l 4 j ,',<*>«> do 4b H»3^
8000 do Oen 4'ia...H>« 3in> Pac of Mo Ist . 103**
M'»> do l»7»t I(r»k> Perm Convt 3Ss. .102*4
1000 Chlo * Alt 3Hs.. 82\*!iumo do I<>2 j
eL«>o Chlo & N \V 9 I" ' |0M Peo & E Ist 45... 89 l i
5s 11()'4!HKXX> Reading Gen 4»..102v;
80000 CBi QJt 45..10«> liN*) do 102S
12000 do lOOVi 4000 do 102^
<***> do C.IIHW4 lfiiioo do J C Col 45.. l' 7,
10000 do 100»» Boo<> do 97"»
32000 do 100* it y»nm St Jft G I Ist... 94
2000 C M & St P C ft I *«*> St L ft I Mt 45.. t*\
}' Wsb 117% 6000 do 85*;
2000 do \V ik M Div 11000 do Vi
Bs «i:ifc\ll6V SiJi'O St L & 8 F Ref 4a W»i
10000 C R I & P Gen i 2<X)O do b»M,
43 1"«» 16o«X»O1 6o«X»O do 89H
86000 do RR 4s 82H| ,-,(.».> fit 1., Swn Ist 45.. »7»,
1<»"> do w s-"*s -"* 2000 do Con 4s £2%
4J>7O«X) do 82 l-jl -j 20000 do *>2H
srtooi> do b^s 45Oin> do *-2%
150000 do tß\) JOOO do S3
67000 do *>'-\ 3t"XX) do 82»i
120<»> do 8214 3000 a a* a p 45... m%
7700<J do Cl Tr 55... 85 I ,JOOO do M
eM.«iO do »4V 2'«»' S»eab AL, Gold 4s. 84
6000 Cl«v CCft Et L ' iooO ,i,. S4H
Gen 4s. 102 T » ifiooo So Pao Cl Tr 45.. \>*-,
1000 do 102*4 4000 do l«:«»
1000 Col iSo Ist 45.. S»V 50"0 do 44s U>2^
1000 do t-8 500<> South Rv lstos. 118H
100- •• Col IT 4 I Convt 80«» do 11S\
Ss Ctfs M 113000 do saOF.lls\
7(XV>O do Htll -4 2:-«»> do 119S
117000 do 86* I 10000 do St I, Dlv 4a. 88*
10000 do 88 : » i<xt» Stand RAT Inc. 7S
60<XK> do 87 I50o.» do life
6000 do S«>ki 4000 TC I & R Gen ■■ M
10000 do 87** : 2iXK> Tex ft Ok Ist B»..1O4
MOM do S7> * so no do l |V *'-»
45000 da 87"* 5)100 do l"4 «
102000 do 87S: r.<""V) do I^4*»
3000 Col Mid l»t 4«.. 7251150.X) do 103
r,in> Con das D«b n^.lSt-,%. s^o Third Aye Con 4s. »H
14IXX) do 1"« lllonOTol St I- 4 W 4s. 82
sii.m) Con Tob 4s 82 I 2000 do 3H» 9°
1100i> do -"« !]oorto! ]00rt0 end El»o L, 3s. . M%
81000 do 82 1 */22000/ 22000 do 80»i
175000 do 88** 3000 Union Pao Ist 4s.HX»i
112000 do 82^i 1000 do I*
4(100 do 2SOOO ilo Convt 4s 115H
HVHk do 82% I Si)iH> do HSV
13t!000 do 82\|4(nKiO do UM»
ItOOO DAR OOn 4s.li»lV» looon * 115*«
WOt'Kl Del S»nuth 4s .... '■« lIiTHH) do 114 »
lmoo do «s*ii3oi>no fin ii4\
i>nn<> da O Dlv 4«... 87\!j)5oCn) do . -1M
50000 I. lst Sec Cor 55.. 77 I 1000 V B I>eath»r fl*..llo«i
Sik>n> do 77>i.9<x>irt 17 Rltof 8 F •». MS
62000 do ....^. "V SOl** VSR i- IMP Deh .
a4''"«> do " - 5s . . •"*
9HIOO do : ... 77^ i 13.VKM> V S Steel 9 F ."« »S
20000 ET v Si. G Con ':u»«i .in .. . 854
Ist 5s 121 225<W> do ... "■""*
1000 Erie Ist Con 4«..1f>2 128000 <*.o «"*
COftt ,1.1 1° I .'- 4250U0 do **
BMM do Q«a *• ■ ■ '■'- Slineo lo . *♦**
8000 rtorennCTHW l34«OiN> do »***
2Ti«iOi> do H4Vsj2i)Kl"ft <}.> 9*S
50<x» Flint ft P M rts.V-*" 7 -. 1 S^AOOO do »44
r.i-»> do v- 1"'.1 "'. ! ioaou do 84S
«<•<*> Gr Hay n*l> H-. 1« .'.OO do Put I*4 '»
.V)«*O ,!„ . . 18Vl*nu» Va IC « C *•.-■ 51
14' i-i 00 .. ... in i-'i3i»<>i -'i3i»<> do "'1
I(kmii> an . . •■•• * ij s«)ort do x N
Mkh> Gulf ft Sh I Ss..KVS !lso<>o do M 1
10««K> «1 O I«i4 2IXH> Wabaah Ist r.5....»17\
lfK><M do H>s»»' SOOO do I'TH
MWO Ho.>lc V l«t ♦Hs.lll ! 12i»hK) do Deb B '•'••
r*M«) do ....... limjEWm d,, *•♦«
23000 HI cOm Dlv .Ts. li '"> l » 31000 do *W*
IMtOO do *«-\ KXHirt do «"S
IMmh, do . *>«Vi'4(»HX> do ; »;n\
70O<> i n ft at X M ''"''i | 2<''NO do «*"»
10»V> do 3d 4s 7° WOOD do *»S
«<>«"»» do . 71 '"MiOO do A"* l^
2WK> do . .. 72 I 3t«H> do ' " ' «St;
2(X» X C F's ft M 45.1W41 !»000 do ..".;..' «**»
ROOO do «a l2t«V mm West Md 4 , SMi
2000 do ...13«H lfxx> West Shore 4a... io»t>»
1000 Kin** Co El 4... M%;IB>M \V In F * R E..*'HW <
M»»> do . 03 I 4000 do 104 V
150t» La^ka "steel 3* I (> 4H 1 ltmn W»s Cent'oVnis. O.V,
«'»>.> ,1,-, iim\ anon do »"»'»
11000 Lao Gas' ■ ■«»" I 8000 do .".' '.'. '. '. '.....'.'. 82Vi i
Total lalea of bonds. $10.0C7,C00.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
55lL_ te^^rT^fiaffla:'
jAdaras Express. | — | — — 1 — |23« i itSO
,—7- Attany & Sus. .. — — — — -^3 _
•JfS! M i l * Ch * lmer » .1 85* 20% 2» 20^ 20 20>i
800, do ur | 7! 71 71 |-, 70 71
£w» Amal Copper... *)-, M** 1 7», MV,; »l^\ Hi
tZZ, ? Car .* r -..»;»
».»JO do pref 1 BU^.i US ; 92',, f 8.1 M 04
——-l American Coal..| — ( — • — ■. — ;■<. Jjso"
2«) Amur Cotton O!l( 3*^, 3J' t l 34 [24 33* 34' i
1 " ■' pref •■ i 84V 8;' i; MS i*4Vk » I 84Vi
-—-lAmer Mst Tel..j — , — | — _ *> :32
HOiAmer Exjre.»...i2ls J215 |215 (215 ;215 !:i»
0*»» 'Am Twin*.. I l< r . I»h! w\ to 4 11. V!
"•-> Am HHe ft 1... '."-. mv» s» , s»s ;.
I.JM!«Ara«.-l?an Ice.J. bT., »V» b\i U » w*
*52JJ|*'* ) prt! / •*fc| a * s +i ««* m#S. 3i»S *»» v *.
13<> *ABB*r LJna«>d.. l«4j It^i ltj^; i«i,; i«^ i i;«J
l i- S:3 * Ani LocoJootivi) 3*.%j 3«-i 2Z*%\ ZS*\ *&%] Zil
• Am L*>toino!lvd
*'"" . *<»o t-ref [IMW(WHH(IBS\(XW : IJ3 U>4
f 3««> 'Amer Maa i^ Wr? 2^ ( iffl «%
l».UVo,*Amar bmeltinß. i sl^j Mi. M\, : M-^l »i
" 1 'do Pret — — s — j _ ; 113*; 114
- 'American Bnufl — — | — ; — im> 17^
200| ••to or«f . ; B*4, W4; 88>,i l>"»'* US ! Ws^i
X.(«iU|Am st: Foun.lry| 13^1 M? l^J It , — I _*
500, do pref su<,i "•" aoi,; 5m... — 1 —
lO^i'Amer sugar... I4J?,U-19*i|147*«,147T»;14S IV- »
lAm^TefVcabli —lli ~\~ il^i l^ • 3ft ~
——Am Tel ft QtMd B» ' M
SOOjAm TvJ ft T*l..jl4*H 14.S |14«\ 14-» i 143 | liv
a^ A^f T Tf«">tr«f..!l*i i!4U |14» 14:» 14> r —
B.J'.v 'do new ctfs..i IAV| «i\ 1*2% itSK' — .
"•SlSi*^7* r «'"'»«•- ssv. 5i3 »• 24 ; zz* :*
i^'.r* 0 P.-ef |"' M | ••• 84 l« w
«00 'AjMeonJa 1W if. 11..
1(W Ann Arbor 81 | M i ..-. , It i M , «
i Co pref I — i — 1 _ I ' «i* i t»
I *- 4( « AtchUon ( *SH BSH W* ?»%! s»*J m+
Vwlft if, 0 .?' 01 -,-;— }'«** lllM |»S?*!«w»Im«m»»!
?iT i". lout Un«.. 13« >153<»;ir>i> 133 Uu>, 153
7 i»O do & 0hi0....) .... .^J
Boston A L. p*..) — I — I _ I _ Ulls I
28.K20 Bklyn K»p Tr . v-x* «n%
IB K:yn In Gas.. — |— 1— _ 211> \Ti>
JBrunswlck — — I — ! ■•» » i
— - Buff Hft Pitta. _ — — — 1.-* 4 ii!,-I
" 'lo ;.r-f _ _ _ _ ta» i W
——'Buff « Sua pref. — I— - — - X jh;
I.ol*>.«Buttcrlck C 0... 57'»j S.SV 57*4 i sS»i' 5f»H «M>
KOlCanaia South... «V»'j,- 72 j «*^» 72 i *>s' j o
14.600! Canadian Paclflc! 1344: 135 .Ul-iilWi'liSlViat*
8.0001 do rlaktav ... I «iii 6Vi' «Ht «l — i —
— — C *So Am T«l; — I - f — I — ill=V —
_«» Central of X J..jm l»l 101 ilftl ,Vjl \ I!i2
! 6.s<x)!Ches it Ohio j ao\ 504 1 *j~, :.» -i. T i ! 5O
lUUiUilcaeo & Alton 4-** 444: *4-, 444 41", 44
-i Jo pref — 1 — — — j ».i i-j
|Ch ft X 111 pref ;— I — — — lI3W 143
! m — — -iChlc Bur •Qjr.l — — — — lid? 1 ., —
! 2l.Sf»>iChlc 'it West... 26 ! M<4 23Vi £SH! -Jb% .' 1
1..0>j do pref A 73 | 74\ 73 73 j73 175
l..it«| do pref B 3>»H: I"* 7 *! ,:.\ 37»* S7V 3i!A
•«M do deb I 6f,\i }.» • (.■,«»■ "» i»S ' !*O
— — ICh In.; .i I. i>r«f, — I — — , — So :-.
I 18,023 CMC M!: A. St Pi1744'175 173\ 17 1 V 174'» 174 i
' do pr«r j — j — ; — ' — ■!<.;; I*4
s.6o*|Chio & Xorthw. ;2f»> |2»**4^iO i'2«4',:it>4-«;2O4 1 i
2v»JjCh st PMtk O IN \IZS 1139 I3S ttS3 JM
i ,«^:C^ Term Tr...; ISH 134 15 15 l.V,' iy±
2,.» A' do ;:•-. ;J7 t 4 26' i* 2i"j : 2 > '.'» 2'. 1 *
, 4.oooiChlc Union Trao, it ; 14 : , 13 1 13V»' 134 !•!•*
2 .^ e'e^si-i;.-:i *■•» ; Sffl S2 £i Si&l +:.
1 *«>OU|C C». * at L s;-, - . . ,
= 1 *■&*«£ —j_l —i - ;; x 7.i hs
CUv Lor ft Wh. 1 — — I — — ?•
" do Draf ! — j — i 1 v«> Il2n
TS,«»0O Col Fuel & Iron! 53 sS»i' B2H| 5-^H S»U ! Ss-)fc
ij»»J !o pref. ,
3WICuI 4 faouthern.: 22V S2V 2» 22*4.; r.l "3
500 do Ist i ref. . ii I Shu 5-h 554 Ev,i sv»
}'•" do 2d pref 1 3>5 ! 3r, j3B SB | 3l» I 3tJ'i
2...'«. Col ft He 4 Ir; V-\ ttiH 1 :■■ HBt| M», l*«"
Coat Cabl* E — | — ! — 1 — "to i .
! „-— — '-' 'nsv.l Coal ] — I — J _ _•«>«<♦
3.040. C0n50l Gas .... 1 2154 ;21<54 21*4 nq aim zm
2.sOi ( «Cont Tob j>r«f. ;i25%,1204|12.V, : 12» |12» '12&4
B.l2o|Corn Products...! .-. 4 .1 . 23^' 23V> -j:t T » 24
1.365; do pref ; si j M 4. -. i -i« -. j niu
1.7:." Del ft Hudson.. ;IM>'» IMl>4|lß)>*4|]9o |l»9\ltM»
2(»»!D«l Laclt at W. :32* '32H !3^h 3^s ,3-j5 3a.»
6t*>Denv ft Rio Gr. | ... . £i | 82% 3U*4i 32» 4 3-i'i
I.2u<>' do pref . ! hii4. siJ!,; siiS, so'j' »«',; M» fc
iDea Mi Ft D.! — ! — — — ;24 ;
I.OuO 1 Detroit southern) 7\»i 7H 7 7 7«i : 7^
4,3tn>, do pref ... , 3<>4 3<» 2 , » :»*»' 21> I £»»»
800 t>K United RR; ::< ! :■> I 75%! 7-> T »; •» ! 7S»'*
I B.32oi*Dlst Securities.! 37 j &•* j »R»| 3>* i 3» j »!>>»
IN 'I'-Jl So 3 4 Ati 13 I 13HI 13 . 13*, 13>i| 13',
IM Mo prof I IK4. 2'iV 2^'i' -"C 1 -' 25»«' 2«'i
1O2.»»<»' Ert» • 4<>4t 4! i 4i>S: 4UV.J 4«;4 4oi»
7.250; do Ist pref ...-74 j 74-» 73'»; 73V, 73V 7 1
8.300 do 2d prat . ":-.'-. 57 57 j 57V 57%
lEvana &TH. . — i — i — - Ull j »i:!
- 1 do pni — — — — 1 io f ta
fiOOlFederal M i 3.. 57 ISH 57 CS — ! —
1.1WI; (Jo ; r»r 7* 177 1 7(J 7(> r »i — ■ —
|Gea Chem C 0... — I — — — i 52 jCO
: do oral — ! — ] — 1 — I I'^'i li»>
6.31«> On Electric Co . tSSi 1 Wfl • lt'<>4 l'»4 , lßrt% l l'J^
Mi 'it Northern pr. 230 2.T* ,2^'J ,23i> 21* ■Z&>
•:<"■ Hocking Valley. HSH t SIS -'■.-.-. »*>' i
S3il do pref | 00 ! •■% •" j MHi *1»4 Wbj
■ H .mistake J — I — , — i — 1 7t» 7"«
4a.ousillllaoi» Central... 1534, ir.SVl^3'i 1"S 1i74: 1-7 »i
! do Leased L...-I — . — j — I — |104 | —
8.430 Int Pap^r..,....! l»4i 21 S «: W4 2"t; -"\l -1
810] do pref ... ] 7s j 7S>4i 7H | 7i> ; 7.» : 7l»'i
2oo,*lnt 1- -.v» r I *•-» *>4; ti"J4j «»4 «i> I bi
Int Pump J — I — , — I — i 4" *1
100 In pref .. . . S« I M M! M I !>•» I S.-ij
100 i lowa Central {30 i 3i> 3'> 3i> 190 ; •••-j
1 do pref — — -- — ; 5«4 57
300. Kara * Mtch... 36 M S4 |3« ! :«', *■
800 Kan City South. 20 i 2» 27»i; 2S>^ 2>t ( 2»'i
7"" Jo prei 32*1 52' i5l | 514, ■"■-' ! i- 1 *
300'K CF S & M ; ? ; «v» BS»4 S3 1 , S3* M% 83
IKeok & De» M. — ■ — —I — 1 M I•*
i do pref — i — — I — 47 151
Km k:■>of Ch — — — — | • 11
i do pref — I — — | — iC4 185
iL*cl?ie i!u of.) — — — — 80 j —
600 UB & Western. 3SV» 40 35% 10 3* ! -to
- do pref j — I — — — I St> jtlfci
— — Lake •:-.... — — —J — ,27<> 1 —
Lun* IsUnl ... —[——(
87,S00iLoufs & Nash.. 130* 1424 1 141»s 141V/142
Man Beach 1 — I — I — 1 — 'J'x' 11
2.700: Manhattan El. . IG7\ 165',;167*4:it» I«» ;i»'i
IM.i Coal pref . . — — — — 11>) i 1*»
2.4ooi*Mot Sec Suha..! SOSI S2HI SOW *li »»H *-
16.050 'M-: StretH Ry. Vi1 122*41 121V I-- 1 * t22%112K5
14.700; Mexican Central! 23 i 23'a 1 .- T »i 235; St I 2j'»
iJllchliwn Cent..; — — — — ;i:si iU«>
300 SUnn & St L....1 '^A» 6t%,\ 64V C4l* »>1 j 65
1 do pr^f - — ! — — ! — 82 PS
860 MStl' Ac 5 M 1 8141 »m 01 '81 , 81
2.">l>; Jo pref |14t;t«:14ti'» 14'".' 14« V 145 s *; 147
1.7... Mo Kan & Tex. 34^ 344 : 33W 3.5'« 33%, XJ'i
I20O: do pref I 63>«| B3£| 63 1 «3',i 63.;! M
17.2001 Missouri Paclflc. ; lOSVIiWS' I'*" 5*5 * MWI!MB*|MB
1 Morris & Essex.! — 1 — j — I — 1 1m: jll«>
4fiO l Nash A Chat .. 14.;- 1 »•. 143%{1-ttl 14' i ;14« 3 i
»Nat Biscuit .... 53% R3'» 53H X.%
«Jo pr-f j — — — | — :il4 ;11.-.4
Nat Enam & St. — I — I — i — ' 21 j 22V
— f do pref — — — — ISV S7
2.«. 'Nat! Lead. 23U 23*»; 2:!^, 23V 23-^| -. ♦
j 'do pref — — _ _ ; jut ■»7
N It R of M pf. — — — I— ■ 4-^, 4;t
, do -.1 pref — — I — — i»H 24^4
1 New Cent Coal. — — I — f — 42 j 4rt
50»»N V Air Brake, 1«3*4'1R4 163*4 IH4 tit;." \l<H
IG.7ui> N -i Central . . U3»'A»ils»>* .l3S'«. 137*4: 137"i 1.-.TI
2ix>:N TCh4St LI 414| 41 1 *; 414: 41^,: 41 t 4l*»
1 Jo Ist pref ... — 1 — — ! — 112 lIJO
l'«« da 21 pref i 75 175 i 75 ■73 |74 75
N V L>ook — — — — 23 —
do Drcf I — | — ! — — 4.-V jSO
JN V Lack AW.!— f — — i — ; 13-«4 1W
i»N V & N J Tel' — ) — t'— I — U** i —
IN TNUtH. - — I — i — [l^\ IW
1.400 N V Ont ft W. . 42^ 43 ! 42-*; !2'i _..-•,
13.«00 Norfolk, i W. -- 75*! 7<t ! il 75 ! 76i,i 7»i4t 7-i 4
do L.re?. ... : !>3 193 il' 2 !02 ; W 84
. l.fWl N>rth AMI lt'4 ■ l"4'ii lKi4 H»4'»: 104 I lO4«i
! Ontario Silver, .j — I — I — ! — 4 •» ,
800 Pactfte Coast....! 7C.V 77»ij 7H?,: 77* i: 77 7H
-- - do Ist pref | — — — ; — j 81» ll^i
1 do ... j — ! — | — — ,-• [ M
700 Paclflc M.1.. ; 4.'V 444 44 s , | 45 j 45*;
167. 100' Perm R R 1 13f. T » 137*4 13i:"a 1 1374 1 137S U7",
- v >- Paorta & East..' 3» i 3i» : SOTI 3i> j Z9*« *-^J
24.050iPe0 Gas ft <;.<kr: 1"!«» ll'>\lu'J !1104,11i>-S itttj
tP CC * JtL.l - I — ■ — • — I :t - T»
100! ft, nr*f . l'J6 !lc6 (lv* 109 lot*
PFt\V & Ch..l —I—Si— "I •— i\l&* —
' do st*v-I.il ! — I — j — I — IK* —
s.47o; Pressml Stl Car. 1 414! 414! 4<>%! 414. 4I»» 41>4
2.000! do pr*-f ! 01 ! l-h ... 9i»4; 81
50 Pullman P Car. '237 i2;'.7 2;:7 237 (2U5 24»
200 Qulck-'llwr ..:.., 24: 24! ~\\ -H - n i 2'i
Ido pre* ....:.: —'—J —• — r«4 **
12« i X It Securities... 81 i PI : 01 I t»l C«'»* 6i
2.300 • Stl SprUK-.i 5.«4: 357» X»4l :«*4 3-Vi 3;:',
2 *»> «.lo tref ! '.-• ' 82 • 80 I J»l 1 Bsi**! »1<»
2!>.tSot>; Rea.iir.* 7t>V 7«"» 7^\»i 7t\ 4 ; 7i".-*; 7*,
111 d . Ist pref 87V »7*»| 97% ->7%. 574; g**«,
1 do 2.1 pr*>f . . — — — — 784 -*\
- P.er.s A >ara... — ! — — — 20» —
10.080 'Rep Iron £. Stl. 1" ! I* 1 *; 17% 1-4. 1» ; IM.
«.014t •!.. ;.r.f ....,' 72 7T. 72 | 72V 1254 "2 1 *
e.'-..:«Htltook IslanJ 37V 374- 37 I 374, 37 37\»
.0.224! <'.o pref M '. BMfc WSV* KM KM H%
Roma W4O«<!.! — ! — I — ! — 1133 !13'5
B.l'«> ■•Rubber r.0.jd5.,1 2441 2T.4 2» ' 25 ( 244! 24* i
.-. *Jo pref '■ ss : t«>4: >.-» ; m» , :«« , !•!-,
St Jen &CM 1..| — I — — 1 .—.;■• K4' 174j
! do l*t t.re.'. .. .■ — — — — .-«i j «U
- i da --i oft .... ■ - — — SS«i 2"^,
HM> St LftS F Ist pf 77ii 77^; 77V 77^;' 7'! 7H
1.200' do -■'. DT»f ] 65% fi.S4 t» j «;> \ tiT 1 * «S
1 doCAElctspf — 1 — — ! — >W1 131
1.900 St Louis Southw' SSH :-.-■ rv ' 2T»»i
5.310" d ■ pref i 635 ; 54 | 534 54 | 54 i 544,
1"> Slosa-Sh St & Ir, C"4| •"-^j «2^»: «'» 62S «"2H
2l">: do r*f 100 '."• , lmj Ino ; !>• :i"l
SS.SK1 1 Southern Paolfte' P7»»' ».* " «7V «7^ H7V, «7H
«<«•! •.!.- if 2.1 pai 1 117-* 1174 117', ! 1174 — ( —
ST.. S.hi Southern X 1i...; U.'.**; 3»;-« iC", 3.V, .T.-»- 3H
i.«ao do nref ! 85 ! K>\> »>5 !6», : V.'v' W." T »
1 do MAO ctfa; — ! — I — ! — j a«««| * 1 *
100 Stand Rope ■•- l"i W%. -»>* ; 4V- 4*4 ■» 4'i
10,741 Term Coal A Ir.' 77V| 774! 7«V 7«*i 7f.»i 7R»»
2 1100 ' Texas * PaclfleJ S7 ! 37 ! 86*41 3^\- 3Hh! W*%
200; da Land Trust; 3.S ! 3»'*i 3S j Sa\»' 374 i3a
:Thir«! Aye It U. ! — t — | — | — ; IS! 133
. :ToI r. . & W. . — I — I — 1 — 117 -'"•=4
S>»> To! Xv * Light.; 23U 23H ! &W 23',; 2:14 24
320 Tol St L & U. ! 3141 31\! 314' 3l\ 31V, 31 ,
53<>! do pref i .*2' H 62N SUV 52'^. 52% S^,
Twin City R Tr 10»>>» 10»;'»:i(»;Vilt'CH l 1 1 -* V»i*i
2t^> -Colon i* AP. 124' »-"4' 13< 12i»' 1-V "-'»
_-.- «Jo prei 73 ! 7.*. 75 ;75 172 ;75
«9.«tKv{Cnton rn ii.''.-....:11.">?i.i i.''.-....:11."> ? i. livi:i!s4 nr.», ny, U5-i
(toll il<> l.ref ! 84*»; U5 I iHV »5 i SM4 '•'•"•■S
irnlte.l 1-^rult '—I —[ — J— J — ,I'^4
400.Ur.lied r.r Inrmtl 19 i I'JV » ! 1»V 1!> ! 11»**
1 sfiO' «lr> pref : f-:»V 544; B3U: «44> t'-fU' »'5
1.750 I'SClril trt'.i ITS lrt\' 17 I !«*« 17
S.SUO! "Jo rrvf 175 j 774 74 s .: 77',^ 77\ 77%
\V B:v;■■ -> '— ! — — — 121 125
«.*00!«r 9 Lather. ..l 1»V 14H 1 ♦'. I* l . 14V, H*4
1.450; «do pr«f I 83*4 !«4 »4\; 85>« »>'• »>»
X»n><V 9 Rv A Imp. I si 1 mi, : n\\ m»4! si
WiOlU * RtiMw i 34% i olV 1 14 ! 34 j 3;!4j Xi%.
il«> Jo r-ref 02»; »CH !)"_• t>2 1 814; 82' i
202 *«> C p Bt«a ' »> ! siN a*", 1 3isf sivj! n*k
107<«'i do pref ' iM4 •••>"■'*. <! «V !••»"* 84H! »4»»
2.U«>|Va-Caro Che-n..l 414 i 42 .41 i 41 1 41 I 41' i
cihji do prtf -..iiir, ■ii4' : iii.m:m ;mH!H4
T.eSO^Va Iron C ft C.j 5> [ 4"\: 3;»*> 4i>H| 4»>S: «>»»
3.SMK)'V\'abaah ' 2;r,, 23, 2J4; "^ T »: 23\ 2*
7W>! do pref ....... ' 4< !t! 4t>*«' 4G>» ■>?•'■*', 4«". i 4l>H
-■• VTeKa rwco Ex. 2.:. !2-»5 1245 ;S*s ;2<O HI
l,JHi:Wnt Union TeU ; 82',! 824! 81%! 81 V «2 I BU4
2U2.-.:\Ve»tln«h *.Jf«... ! I*24 ' tJ »4 '1«2 ll»24 l-24't<»
100 da Ist uref !19Vi!18vS\j!184 1184 il»4 HOT
l«0 Wheel A L 8.. 21 | -l 151 J2l J -"'% -I
Sl«>! do lat pr«f ... 4-«H| 47V 4si» 47\; 4.9
100 do 2.1 »r«f j 2!*4 ! 21.)',2 I .)', . 2S>4 »4i 31
l.2r*>!\V!seonsln Cert 2* '■ 24* 23V 24'»! 244! 24« i
500 1 .'.. are! . . I 4«\ i «>%! 4.-» ; 4s ! 47\' 4,s^
J.C15.&98 Total sales for th« day. *i;n!latea. ■
m
CONSOLIDATtD EXCHANGE SALES.
WHEAT.
Sales. J 4 Open- | Il'^h- I lew- I Last
bush. I I 1-; I cst. I «st. I •»:«.
225. "00 1 December option $1 •*»■* tl o*% tl 07^'$l 07%
&:s.uooiMar option. i 1 CV'.t I W'il I CSHi IN*
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