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IRREGULARITY IN STOCKS.
EARLY. STREXGTII XOT MA IXTAIXED AT THE CLOSE.
Enormous Gold ' Export Engagement* — Sterling Exchange Unaffected.
Call Money Firmer.
Closinc prices yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Tuesday's quo
l&tlo-ui were:
STOCKS.
AS LvSmotive SBH - H T Oft W.... 79* — -
Am 6melUaK... Ss?i Nor & West 79U -
vt_ <a-T_r .... 142 — S Nor American. . .103 — Ti
1™ IS^r";: 1 !-^ - 5 iPa<-!fic Crast.... 44*, +1%
At Tcp & S P.. MH Pacific Moil 4*H +1*
a o n-e? ?..... 132* J-lH'Penn at R.......137H — >
Ra> A O!o.. . ioa% + >,! Peo (Jas of CJU..IO7V, +*4
IlronkbTJ R T.. Gl\» 4- •?• ! Rr St Spring.... 84H -— —
Can__JU3 Pa_..l_3>* — H ; R«uJla» «>«, +1H
CJ-es ft Ohio 4"\ -4- Hj d" Ist pref.... 62% + V
Chip Ot West.. 2?\ +'% Rc^-k lsl_n_ 85 — H
CM& St P...IT«V» —1?; «o pref i>o\ —J»
Chi *N \V 241 — r.- t nepub Sts*l J«H + *
C_lc T T ... . 174 — IS do pref 68 ~ ~~~
do pref . 3.- ; — 1H Rubbor Goods... 2*Jt —"i
CStHMftC.2O4 S\ SI- ft F2d pf.. n* +js
00l ft 1 4««i —1 St L 6 W SBj + S
Col *r SoJth... 25 ! <!o pref «0%» + H
Ccosol Gas 208 "Southern Ry.... 84 — ■>«
CC C 4 St L. . Wi i Southern Pac a«"4 — «i
Pel A Huilson. .187** -♦-SS 1 * do pref 118 — H.
pen ft U G pf.. »>«T» + }| Tsns C & 1 71H —1
trie , iS — Texas A Pao S4H + H
_o Ist pref... 7D«4 — 8 Twl" C »T....*107H — Vi
_o __ r>r«'— *->V- — *>» LTnlon Pac 121»» -i- %
Q«ner_l n:e0...15« —H: U 9 Leather.... 13", + H
illinoi* Ontrai'lMH —V -0 pr«-f 103\. +1H
Sim c E. 80 O 8 Pipe 25% +H
dr, pref ... "4% +* U S Rubber 36H —V.
touts & N«_h..l37H —ji V 8 Steel SO — %
s«r_:atu__ 170H 4- H do pref JMH — %
Get St Ry llT^i +I*4 Va-Car Chem... 34H — H
sex Centr*].... 22 1 * Wabaah __t» + V
M 61 ft BSM *T<S*i + %\ .0 pref 44W + *
CX A T -I*4 — Wh ALE 1» 4- V
do pref «5*4 — H Wli Cent 2SH — %
Missouri Pao.^lo7 + W; do pxe- 61* —1
•Ex AiV.emoA. '
BONDS.
In To- 4. *74 — lH!Mex C Ist lno.. 2.1H 4- Vi
A T4E r iron «_.IC>4H ■+■ HI Peo ft E tno 4«. 76 — Vi
At CT 4s Ua\k 4- %ißt LiS F ref 4». PIS + '4
6*o roli 45..10S — "4! L. S W con 4s 82 "4 —' 4
CSio B A Q 4a. 100% — li|Eo Pac 4* 881 i — H
C R I&.P RB4s f2H — Si- I"n Pa* c «vt 4sl_l * — ».
Consol TOb 4s.. 'Sl —Hi* 8 Bt«el 65..,. m». — H
Erie K«r. 45.... 92H + SjWaijejih deb Bs.. G{Hi + "*
OB&WlebB-l 4- * ,
•Ej Interest.
STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS.
Fortunately the supply of money in this
country is larger than the demand for loan ac
commodation, otherwise the heavy gold export
movement that is now under way would exert
en unfavorable influence on Wall Street senti
ment and Stock Exchange prices. Total engage
ments yesterday for shipment by to-day's
ctearcera amounted to $11,190,000, Including $2.
000,000 for Cuba, while further exports, it was
reported, would be made Saturday, yet the stock
market was not at all upset, nor was there any
rifrn of uneasiness In banking circles, financiers
appreciating the character of the movement and
realizing that the outward flow would tend to re
lieve the glut of money at this centre and serve
to bring about a better market for loans, the
latter being a factor desired by lenders, owing
to the present low rates in the money market.
There Ib little profit in lending money at cur
rent quotations, and the sooner a higher level
develops the better the banks will like It. The
Eterllnff exchange market was not appreciably
affected by the large engagements, rates re
maining strong, and In foreign exchange circle/!
It xvaa said that the gold export situation would
remain unchanged until there was an advance
In lending rates in New-York and a decline In
the demand for remittance. Paris continues to
strengthen It* gold holdings for a possible emer
gency in connection with Russian developments,
and as New-York is the cheapest money market
in the world the burden, if it may be so called,
falls on this centre. In the early operations there
■was a certain amount of irregularity in stock
market movements, with some pressure from
the bear element and realizing sales, but in the
greater part of the forenoon dealings he course
of values was in the direction of higher quota
tions, Metropolitan. Missouri Pacific, Reading,
Wabasn preferred. Atchison preferred. Delaware
and Hudson, and United States Leather pre
ferred leading.
In the afternoon there was a reactionary
movement In a number of issues, notably in the
Vanderbilt stocks, the selling representing little
beyond profit ..king operations. St. Paul and
Union Pacific were also heavy features, while
Reading and Delaware and Hudson were not
especially affected by the selling pressure. Del
aware and Hudson enjoyed a maximum gain of
3*4 per cent and a net gain of 3% per cent. buy-
Ing of the stock being accompanied by a re
vival of the perennial rumor that the property
would be taken over by the New York Central.
There Is no more reason to believe the report
at this time than at any time in the past; in
deed there Is excellent authority for the state
ment that control of the Delaware and Hudson
company is lodged In the hands of people who
have no intention of selling out to the New
York Central or any other company. The stock
of the Deli ware and Hudson is widely distrib
uted among investors, a fact that makes it
practically impossible for new interests to secure
' control. The stockholders are satisfied with
the present excellent management and the re
turn that they are receiving on their Invest
ment, and they therefore are not likely to part
■with their holdings. The Delaware and Hudson
baa always been a conservatively handled prop
erty, and It has a dividend record that is
equalled by very few companies in the country.
At the close the general market was dull, but
a firm tone was reported In the greater number
of securities, although among the active issues
there were a few more net losses than gains, the
chief declines being supplied by Amalgamated
Copper. St. Paul. Northwest, Omaha, Chicago
Terminal, New York Central, United States
Bte«l preferred and Wisconsin Central preferred.
The weakness In the Vanderbilt securities was
bet at all surprising in view of the recent sharp
advances, and the same may be said of the
Bteel sr rea and Union Pacific The Gould
Stocks generally were strong; also the local
i traction shares, Reading and United States
; leather preferred. There was a slightly firmer
; tendency In the call money market.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
Xtonficn, Feb. 1, 4 p. m.^-The market for American
.••cui-tles was without feature. The United States
' Gtoel shares made no response to the favorable re
, port of •amines tor the last quarter. Final prices
! toUowt
London N. T. N. T.
close, equivalent, atesa, Changes
Axaoona* 64 110 109 -A
Atchlsba BOH gg*, *-&4 _ %
Canadian Padfie ...137 133*» 183 4*4 * 1
6t. Paul I_l% 177' i IT7H — %
ErJo 444 43 434 — L
60 Ist pr*f SIS* 7;»% td% _ £
JUlnols Ontral ...'leo 1 * l*>k 160 , 4. 14
£ouU & .Njuii 1414 J3S% 13fi 12
Jfew-York '."•ntiml. .I6a ; i 149 149
WniisyUanU 70% 18S% 13*,4 4- %
J^*l»n- •• 454 68% f*H I 4
Couthem Padflo ... 6S 6d% 684 _ V
Vclon I'aoillo 124% 121% 1224 __ 2
V 8 Rag 81% 80Vi 3«T4 _ 2
to pr«. VI 0445 66^ _ g
•_it-_iviaeii_,
FOREIGN MONET MARKBT.-4^iU money in
London. 2V, per cent- Open market discount rate
for short bills. 2 7-16©£H per cent; lon* bills.
2 7-16S2H per cent. Berlin discount rate. 2 per
cent. Berlin exchange on London. 20 marks 47%
pfennigs. Paris discount rate. 2*4 per cent. Paris
exchange on London. .25 franca I£% centimes
FOREIGN BECURITIEB.--I3riti_h consola for
money, 83%; for the account. (A 13-16. French
rentes, M francs CV4 centimes.
BONO MARKET TRADING.
GOVERNMENT BONDS -Market steaa>. Final
cuotatfons follow:
Bid. A»k«d.t Bid. A_)t-4.
tre. 55.J»90.re«.104% 108 v.a. 4a. lftn7.cou.]os^ 106
TJ 8 ' Ss,lCSo.cou.lo44 106 U.S. 4s, 1925. re*. 1804 131%
V 6 8«. 1-03, res 103% 1044 U.S. 4«. 10_5.cou»1804 131«4
t:'a' 2s I»0_,oou«]0-4i 1044 Philippine 4« .106% 10.14
Vfi. _8.1-08.»«»>" - Di "~ of c --«-». lIS
tb! SS.MW
•Zx Intarest
pATT.ROAi) BONPB.— Alaritot Irregular. Total
sales amounted ln par value to 16.904.000, against
•6.344.800 on Tuesday. The heaviest dealings were
ln the Atcblson greneral 4s. Atlantio Co««t L4ne 4s,
Baltimore and Ohio gold 4s. Central of Georgia f.s,
Chicago, Burling-ton and Qulncy 4s, Chlcag:o, Rock
Island and Pacific 4s, Krie general 4s, G:~een Bay
and Western debenture He, Kansas City, Fort Scott
and Memphis 4s, Mexican Central first Incomes,
Peorla and Eastern Income 4a. St. Louis and San
Francisco refunding- 4s, St. Louis Southwestern
oonsolldated^s. Southern r.alilo 4s, Union Paclno
convertible 4s, Wabash debenture Bs and Wiscon
sin Central general 4e. American Tobacco 4s und
to. Consolidated Tobacco 4a und United States Steel
Ss were also active.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS.
4000 U S 3s Coup 1908 I 1000 L. & TV II Qtd 4H».102%
st)i.'.lo3", 2000 _• I Kef 4s 103H
6COOO Japanese <fe '.'-"»: 7000 L. 4N C T 4s.. 0. 09%
600 do feU-s ! 5000 do W-h,
SMOO do !<•>■» 14000 do _• Hi* 1 .
63000 do It^i ' COOO do N ?&8 Ci
0000 to !•!• x 1.11444
83800 da Ctf_ 2<l Ser. '.•.".-, 1000 do So Rr Jt ♦*• l:»l '' : '»
14<3000 do Ss%| 6009 M St Ry R»f 45.. 83){
4500 do b-.::. Mi's I 1000 M WSEI Ch 4s. US
6500 do l"l ISOOO Hex C«nt Ist lno. _3>4
1841X10 do 9.V-i 1000 Mo K& Ok lst...lOciii
88000 do 96% 1 1000 Mo K& T Ist is. 101
80000 KofC 5s Ctfs.. 106-* 2000 _o 100%
7000 VSof M 5« 100*4 50000 do Ext 5s 108V>
6<Xm> do 4s Ctfs B*4 6000 do 10<J;»
2000 Am Thread 4*. . . 88% _000 N C & St L. lit
1000 Am Tobacco 6a..U.r» Con Ps 118
106000 do 11. 4000 Nas Eleo R R. 4s. 90H
6000 do 114* 30000 NYC Gen BVi|B..IOOV4
72CK10 do 314* 11000 do L S Col Shi*
60000 do 114% XI. 90%
1160)0 do 1141.1 1000 do eo : ,i
3_oOo do 11l , 6000 do M C Col 3V_»
eiOOO do 114-, _1. 89? i
10000 do 115 3000 XTC4 Rt L to. 106
.V«Oc» Uo 114% km* N V Dock 4».._1. 64H
86000 do 4a 78»J 1000 NYGA EL. H
6000 do 73' i &P 4s xl. 08%
e»»<Q do 78% 50000 do V 5".»
106000 do 78% 5000 do 96%
25i>00 do 73% 10000 N YO& "W Ref
88000 do 74 4e 100
12CXK) A T 4 6 F A_j 2000 Norf & W Cxi 85.103H
4s a.*.; 21100 do 103%
6000 do Ree t>;<V» 10000 do 104
11000 do Stpa S"l 24000 do PC & C 4a. !»"',
100 l» to err.l JHIV 4000 do J>ii s
11000 do 88% 5000 do /. ■ 88%
89000 do 86 2GtiOO Nor P Gen 3s._ 1. 77
C><XK> do Gtn 4s 104 11000 do 7'i" 4
8500 do 104% 500 do Prior 4i 105%
600 do 108% 1000 Oregon Sh L Ist
1000 do iml 104% 6s x 1.124 1 .
600 do lOMi 11000 do Ist Con Ss. . .t. ' a
MSOO do 104% r»ooo do liwl
10000 At Coast 4s 102 | TJtoO do Ctfs Gtd 4s. PS
15.XX) do 102%ts:>000 do IT* ,
1000 B& O Gold 4s. .105 78000 do 87%
4000 do 10474 10000 Pen & D lit 45. . . 80%
600 do 104 4000 do 89%
UMOO do 105 [35000 do lno 76%
W.KX) flo P L. B * TV 1:0000 do 76
V4s .100H sooo Read J C Col 45. . W\
1000 do Cnvt 4s. ltd 18000 do l^" 7 i
14000 do Prior B^B.. 88% 1000 Rio G West Ist.. 80
6000 do 86% 1000 he L I Mt _ So
1000 do Swn 34*.. . J»2-i Ref «s 0. >%
80000 Beech Creek .lot 1 .-,' 2000 do 86%
2000 Bkln Rap Tr 4b. $4% 12000 doR.O Dlv 4. 07%
500 BCR &N' Ist.. 101% 13000 do 87%
5000 eof Ga Con A 5. .119 8 l 1.1000 do 07 J i
7000 do 113 V _f)00 St L& S P Ref 4s Pl'i
2000 do 113H 26000 do »l x *
5000 do 2.1 lno <•■■' 12000 St L Swn Ist 4». 99%
1000 C P '»!('. 45..x1.101% 12000 do Wi
4000 C * O Con ss. .1194' 2000 do Con 4s S'J",
1000 do 119-4 ROOOO do 82%
2000 do 119>4l 26000 do 824
12fV>0 do Gen 4%5....108 I 200!) do 2d Inc 84%
6000 Into A; Alt S%s.. 82% 125000 do' S4
1000 Chlo & S W Con r.OdO Be V & N E 45.. 103
7s x 1.128 ! r,OOO Scab A L Gold 4s. BS»4
30000 CB* QJt 4i. .100% 1000 do s>< a
15000 do 100% ::.»io So Pao Cl Tr 45.. 9f1%
82000 do 100% 1000 do '■■■'•\
lfi'<V) CRI _ P Ref 4s s ai -i 1000 do ••'•-
inwi a,, Gen 4b 10R% 1210001 21000 S^uth Rr Ist 59..11^i
4C 1 ) do 10. .» i 1000 do 119"»
2000 do 105 7 1000 do St Louis Dlv
7000 do RR 4s 82Xi 4s 8. 9<"i
I^WiOO do '■-' 2000 do MM
IPOOOO do S2»i .'KM-t Stand R * T 6a.. 44' 4
10000 do Cl Tr 6s 96% 4000 do 44
4000 C T T 4s Cou off 9.1 8000 do Inc I' 4
2000 do 86% 4'«''o do ll 5i5 i
10000 do 88 1120001 12000 do 2 L .
500Q Cln Ind & TV 4s. « , 2<XK) Tex A Pfte Ist ss. 121
1000 Col A. So Ist 45.. 80% 2000 Third Are Con 4s. B5
10000 Col F& I Convt I 2000 TPIL & W 45. . . R4
Ctfs M I 10i>0 do 83%
1000 Col Mid Ist 45. .. 74V 10000 Und Elec I, 5s 99V4
r.' n« » Con GCh Ist . loss, : 3.M 100 a n 99%
11000 Con Gas Peb 85.1~R% 9.100 Union Pao Ist 4s.l«'»T.« 3
80000 Con Tob 45. .x1. PO i 1000 do 106%
ir.ooo do si fioooe do 108%
lof>oo r> AR G Con 4s.K<'U. 3000 f.n Rejr TH
5000 Det City Gbb 55.102%171t000 dn Convt 4s 1214
30000 TVt South 45... >*'* 1100001 10000 do 121%
.■V>r^> Dlst Pec Cor ss. B0 ' 4000 do 121%
10000 do 70% 1 11000 do ►* VJ!'-,,
7000 do R0 I r>OOO do 121%
1000 Erie Ist Con 45.101U125000 do 120%
2000,-1 do 101% 1 23000 do 121
B*ooo do Gen 4» P2H'looOo do 12Hi
20000 do 02V4! inon do Re? 121
1000 do Pern Cl Tt ' loon TJ RRof 6 F is. P«%
4s xl. PS I r.OOO do »wi
«4(Wt do 95%j11000 do 88
2000 Or Bay Deb 8... 21 I WOO T* F 1 R ft Imp r.R. '■'"
43000 do 20'4!P17000 V S Steel S F Ss 94
1000 do 2OS i 177000 do : '' ; ~*
3ROOO <1o 20»; ' 2»'.ftoOo do 9394
r.rwvto do 21 ' 1 000 v« 1 C& C Ba.. t'- 1 .
iriOf.o Hock V Ist 4U-.llOK' loriO do fI2H
lono 111 Cert 4s 1P53. .ior.nl 12000 Wabssh Ist Ss. ..119%
nooo Int &Gt S 2d. . .102»i 20000 do 119%
7000 '-. 102 ! (000 do 2d 85....X 1.110%
4000 do lO2i-.'IOOOO do Deb B OS
rtOOrt do 8d 79«< ' 71006 d. . fi«vi
wm"k> So 79% 1 2< v v>o flo en
4000 do W» I i"*""*! do •'■'.
T<AC\ r-t ptenm P 65.. 104% 181000 <!- ... 69%
2^oo .Toff n R Int. ...MB lioono Ao W.tK
•VHIO KCFS &M 4s 80% ! 88000 do 69%
f,fwn do 00 ■I'v.nno do TO
lOOn Knn City 80 35. . 74 MOOOO do 89%
1000 do 7B liOT.nOO do flf>H
•\rsxt do , 74% 1 ir-000 XNV«-t Md 4s 93
10000 K'-rsr* Co El 4g ' I icono TV»st Shore As lOftU
Ptpd Gt_...xl. !<4 iifMV>o do 10-%
2000 do f»4*ii 1000 do 108%
2000 do 04' ii 1000 do Res: I<W
2n<v> do .... 04'i'iorvio \r T'n F* Tl V.. .105%
lono Krlrk 1"" m, Rs. JW 1105000 W & L, E Ist Con
2 n <v»o. Lacks Pt##l 5«.. .107% 4? 05
«?^a L, - _- M Bo B%s.ini ' r .oiv\ "Wla Cent Gen 4s. 98%
9000 do Deb 4*. .. '.. .10? ' n*oiv> dr. 94
Total «nl<-!« of bor.<U, J5.004.000.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 2
per cent: hlgrhest, 3 per cent: lowest. 2 per cent;
last loan, 2 per cent; close, 2T721-4 per cent; ruling
rate. 2 per cent. Time money was quoted at 3 per
cent for sixty to ninety, days, Z'ifVi per cent for
four and five months, and 3^4 per cent for six
months. Commercial paper was quoted at 2V-1
per cent for sixty to ninety days, Bii®-4'i per cent
for four to six months and 4% per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Market closed firm.
Actual closing rates follow:
Cables. Slirht. Mxtydays,
Pt^lng 4.57»i 4.5534.58V6 4.BS*©'4.M'*
Francs «5.14% 5.15 1-1 0©5. 15 O.nViff'ft.l.'.'i.
Keichsmarks 95 7-1G $15 '\m>: 5-1H 04 %5&4 15-16
OnUdets . — — 40H040 7-16 [email protected]^
•Uesa 1-1«
Bankers* posted rates were:
Sixty day*. Demand.
Bterlln« 4.8« 4.88H
Paris franca 6.1«% r..H*(
Kwltierlan4 francs 5.1911 fi.K>S
Heleium francs 5 1S^ 4 s.lT.*i
1 rern air. reichsmarks U7,\, sifiS
Holland Kuilders 40»i 4oHi
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— New'OrJeans — Com
mercial, lie premium; bank, $1 premium. San
Francisco— Sight, 7U,c; telegraph. 10c. Boston— Par.
Chicago— 2sc premium. Charleston — Buying, 60c dis
count; selling. $1 premium. St. I»u1b--60c bid, toe
asked. Minneapolis — $1 premium. Cincinnati—
premium. iskvannah— Baying, EOo discount; eellintr,
Tie premium.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New- — Exchanges,
$341,250,764; balances. $17.«&.284. Chicago— Exchanges,
$23,139,782; balances. $3,681,740. Boston— Exchanges,
$25,6 M,221; balances, $2,M6.€69. Baltimore—
*4,9<J7,524; balances. - $354.<»4. Philadelphia— Ex
changes, $20,518,837; balances, $2,517,697.
SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver, €0%o; Mexican
silver dollars, «7V6c. Bar Bilker in London closed at
£7 U-ied.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 81.45; Lisbon, 12.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New-York Is quoted at 202.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.-Customs receipts
reported from Washington, $1,622.67«; Internal reve
nue receipts, $436,197; miscellaneous receipts, $2,837,
*O3. Receipts for the day, $4,895,176; expenditures,
! $2,760,000. Receipts for the month to date, $4,895,170;
expenditures, $2,760,000; excess of receipts, $2.145470.
Receipts for the fiscal year to date. J325.8C5.814; ex
penditures. $362,406,446; excess of expenditures. $2C -
451,131.
SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the Clearing Hour <399.851.
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnlshad by Van gcbaick tt Co., No. 7 Wall-«t.)
DM. A«I«M. I DM A«lr.il
United Ry com. 13% 18% Cotton Duck com 7V4 8
do Income*.... 62 K%\ do income*... 20 80
60 4* 64>4 94% Sort Ry 41. 5,. 94 « mv
OMSVT com 9H l'» light I P pref is^ M
do Income* 2H% ao do 4%» . wi? hnu
do l«t« <'*>* <*% ■!,:.„ City Ry Built)*!* li.r,
6eab Air U com. 18»i 16 Cha» Con Eleo 0a Itl'* M
do pr«f 87', 88 Gont Tru.t I*lo ins.
<lo 4t B*^ ttt I Union Trust. 00 60
do 10-y««r C«.1O8 lOW^iThlra Nat Bank. — 180
Cor.no! Qua 84% hS<i Fld«lUy A D«p..lsS i;«
do ft*.. ...... .1da 108 i
KEVV-iOKK DAILY TRIBUNE. Til! KSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. IM.-.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Shares I I Actual sales I— Clo»ln*—
sold. I IQpenlHlghlLow. I Fin. I Bid.|A»lc
'lAdams Express. _«__-__ 245 260
Albany & Sus... — — — — 225 —
|AHla~t_halm*rs , — — — . — 16Va 16%
do pref — j — — — 62 65*
27.250 •▲ouU Copper... 74H 74\ ~3hi 73v» 73% 78! i
1.400 Am Car it b'dry SSH 3J»» Xi 83S» 33H S3 Hi
TOO do prat ua;, ua-v, US 93 92 b8
American Coal.. — — — — 180' "220
■ Amer Cotton Oil — — — — 33 84%
do prof — — — — S3 »7
Ainer Diet Tel.. — — — — 30 83
220 Atntr Express.. 234% 234? i 234H 234% 233 235
•Am Gr Twine.. — — — — IC% 11
•00 Am Hide * L.. . 10H loVi 10'» 10* 10Vi 10%
1.200 <„. pref lS'4 4f\\ 4S 48% 48 48%
8.4D0 •American Ice.. «i% 7% «% 0?» 6% 6%
7.C00 •.:., pr*t 39>»l 40% 30 40 40 40%
•Amor United.. — I — — — l«ii 17%
2l« »do prer 41 ! 41- 41 41 41) 42
1,770j»Ar.i Locomotive 87*4 8714 86« 86% 3tt'4 ; 'MM
3101 "do pref 110% HO* 110 V» lloj* 110% 111
■ I 'Amur Maltlnr.. — — i — — 7 7%
800 Mo pref 26% 28^ 36 26 25% 26
2,5231 •Amer Smelting. .'■; i , BS% SOW t«l» ** !^ b3%
7<W| »do prof liy 118 IIS* 119 118? i 111*
j 'American Snuff — — — — 180 1 183
1 Mo prel — — — — 03 ; t»aT»
l.&tK) Am Sieel F'dry. 10 16 15^4 164 15^ 1"> 1 ,
1.860 do pref 82% «2% «1% 01», 61 «1%
2. lio<i,» Amur Sujar. ... 14& 1 148)4 1 142 142 142 V* 142%
200 »do pref 13? |l:<» s;t» 131> 109 1140
Am Tel & Cable — J — — — 04 07
Am '1 «1 & Tel.. — — — — 145V4 147
8,100 Am Tob pf new 04 1 ., ii^Vj l»4 94% — —
r.O Uo ctfs 95 DC 06 W3 — —
1.720 »A mer Woollen. : 23>i 22Vi 23% 22% 22%
146 1 Mo pref US '.'- 98 OH U7 U8
6091 'Anaconda 108 IKS'* 108 108 10«H 107
Ann Arb0r...... — — — — 32 ]30
do prel — — — — 62 SI
Atibo iler Ist pf — 1 — — — li.lV 3714
25,253 Atchlson 88V4 e»HI feSVi ssi. 88< 88%
20.200 do pref 101%il(i0 103 102% 102% 103
Atl Coast I.in*.. — |— ■ — — 120 1" '»
11.200 Ball .', Ohio lO2'. 4 !102% 102 1«i2% 1112% 103*4
i:i0; do pref .. .. '.'. ;\u m :■.• ott% 87
Boston A L. pf . . — I — — — m:> —
U. 628 B'klyn Rap Tr.. Co%| Cl% CO% Cl 1 *; tilVi 61%
■ B'klyn In Gas.. 1 — — , — — 204 210
Brunswick — — — — 11 • 1 12
Burt B & Pitts. — — — — 15U 167
100 do pref.. 100 160 160 160 160 l«. >
- Bufl & Sus pref. ] — — — 1 — fi<» I >9^,
[•Butterlck C 0... — — — — «0% 68
(Canada South... — — — _ 60 71
2,200 Canadian Pacific 133% 183% 183 183% 183H 183%
C & Ho Am Tol — — — — 118 123
415 Central of N' J.. 18614 198 ft 196 196 ,lv:.', ll»i»Vi
11.110 ..'hes &■ 0hi0....! 60 ' f.t>'» 49% 4U% 49S 49%
Chicago .4 Alton — — — — j4% 48
do nrel' — — — — , H S2'i
100 Ch & E 111 pref. 142"4 142% 142 ; : 142% 180 : 143
— — Chlo Bur & Qy. — — — — 210 —
£5,700 Chio Gt West.. 23% 24Vi 23% 23% 23% 23H
200 do pref A 07 117 r,7 «7 ] C«% C 8
6,200 do pref B ;..--, 86Vi 35% 35% 85% 35%
luOj do deb K6 80 SO 86 I 65% 87
Ch Ind & L pref — — — — |70 85
18.301 Chlo Mil & St P 177% 177% 170V4 176% 17(1% 176H
— — do prof — — — I — 187 11")
6,876 Chic & North w. 246 246 229% 241 240 241%
•'■' 0 do on 2'irt 2tM% 2112 2G::% — —
8.474 Ch St P M & O 210 210 200 204 208 210
d,» ref — — — — 203 225
2.000 Chio Term Tr... 18% ISH 17% 17% 17% 17Hi
2,400 do pref 81% 81U SO BOH SO 30%
1.000 Chic Union Trac 12 , 12% 12% 12% 12% 12%
100 do nref 47fc. VJV, 47' a ! 47% 47 47%
£.300 CCC &St L. . 100 100)4 1 l"-'« l-( » :; ''i '-' ;i '«
■ 1 do pref — — — — 115 J2U
lOOICIev Lor & V.Ti. BO 90 80 00 BO ,100
100 do i>ref losy. losu 108% iu-i> IO6MI 108%
'"lev & Pitts.... — I — — I — ISS I —
P. -•- ■ Col Fuel & Iron ■IT;, 47 7 s 4<i 46% 4fiV. 46%
4.460 Col & Southern. 25 26% 24% 26 24% 25%
3i)o| do Ist pref .. . 68 I :: -• 83 <:;> 63 '64
700 jo 2d pref 37 87% 37 87% 37 37%
200 Col & 11 ■■ & Ir 17*4 17% 17% 17% 16% 17
1 Consul Coal | — — — — 173 —
200 Consol Cas ... 203 203 206 203 202% 203
800 •' nt Tob pref.. 132% 133% 132% 133% 133 133
Corn Products... — ! — — — 10% 20-
do pref — ! — — — 76% 7«'i
27,800 Del it Hudson.. "■-. 188% 180 187% 187% 187%
400 1 Del Lack & \V. 34r, 350 34f> 350 846 860
200 Deny & Rio Gr. 82% 82% 82% 32% 82 B3
700 do rref fe6;,| 87 86% B(i% 86% KOH
Dcs M&Ft D. — I — — — 23% 27%
1 Detroit Gas — — — — 73 ; 80
100 Detroit Southern 8% 8% 8% fi% 8% a
1,700 Io pref 85 Rti'.j 86 85 C4Vi ?«
100 D.t United P. R 77% 77',, 77^1 77% 77 77%
4.l'Dismonl Matt h [187 137 187 137 134 13*
650(*Diat Securities. I 31% 86% ?•! 80 36% 87
«Oj»Dul So S & Atl 1 16 16% 16 16% l" 16' i
l.fiOOi •do pref 3,".'.<. 36% 1 35 80 135 86%
60,760 Brie 48% 43H 43 43 |43 43%
1.0-'ioj do let pref 7!>»i "!•% 79% 7U% 79% 79' i
1.160 d.-. 2(1 nref |06 00 «5% 65% <to% 66%
1 Evans sTE..| — — — — 69 71
do nref — — — — 85 90
— — Federal M & 6.. — — — — «4 60
10 • do nref 78 78 78 78 77 )79
- 'Ft W .•* D City — — — — 43 44%
Gen Ch»m C 0... — — — — 65 t',o
10" to '■•• 102 102 102 11031 103 101% 102%
700 <; n Electric Co. 185% 186% 186% 180 180% 186%
iGt Northern pf. — — — — 247 260
100! •Horn 811var.... 1.70 1.70 1.70 1.70 — —
2fW>! Hocking Valley.. 90 90 90 90 Ml% 90
200 do oref : 90% 91% J>o>,4 91 '90 90%
Jlomostakn 1 — — — — ! 71% 73
4.4(501 111 Cexd 3% c 157 157 166% 160% 1 166 155%
! do Leased L. . — — j — — 104 —
Tr" Int Paper 20 21 20 20% 20% 21
300 do Dref 77% 77% 77 77 76% 77%
900l*Int Power 66 'i'\ 66 68% fi.S% 69
■—lint Pump — — — — 87% 38%
2"" do pr t 87 «7 87 87 86 188
100 lowa Central 30% 80% KO% 80% ►% 31
100 d.i pref 67% 67',, &7H 67% 57% 67%
.ma & Mich... — — — — 86% 88
3,r>Oo!Kiin City aouth. 3*H 31 : 80 80 80 1 SOy;
85.CXKi| do Drtf <W*\ rfl'i r,3% «4 t k 841 ,■; .
4fM)[K O P 8 & M pf I 82% 82% 82% I 52% 82% S2V3
- Keok * Dcs M. — — — — 14% l-<
— ; do uref — — — — 47 51
Knlck Ice of Ch — — — — 10 12
1 do nrof — — — — t.O !_(
Lacked? Han pf. — — — — - 90 105
l:.". i. E &- Western. 40 40 40 40 33 40
1 do pref — — — — '.''.l 102
Lake SSiioro — — — — 2U5 —
4fH>!Lor.ff Island j C2U| «24 fi2',i «2H 69 «3
2.BoojLouis & Xaah.. !13S'>i l:.. l . 137% 137% 187%
jMan Beach j— ] — 1— } — 111 14
©0«>! Manhattan K1... 170% 170% 17- ■•• 170% 170 170%
ill! Coa! pref... — — — — 116 —
15.100 'Met Sec Subs.. 77', 7.. 77% 79 78% 78%
12.6(10 «Met Street By. 116% 118 116% 117"4 117% 117 4
1,900] Mexican Central 22% 22% 22% 1 22% 22% 22%
iMichiKan Cent . — — — — 134 145
Minn & St 1t.... — — — — 64 60
do pre:' • — — — — 85 90
TIV' JI St P ft S S M 5'SVj 9SH 98 98' i !»SH 98%
4(K) do prer l.'ill'i IStiTi 189% l.'»'.t% 169% 160
SOOIMo Kan & Tex.! .il% 81% 81% 31"i 1% 82
MiOi do pref t 1 fls*» C 6% 05% 65% 5% 65%
29.900 Missouri Pacific. 107 1", , 10(»T, 107 10»»% 106%
Mi/trie & ICssux. — — — I — 188 188
1 Nash & Chat... — — — — 140 1150
»Nat Biscuit — — — I — f>4% 54%
1 *flo oral — — — I — Ufl 116%
100 (Nat En.im &St 19 19 19 :19 18% I 19%
! do nref — — — — 87 '.'!'
8,600 •National I>»ad. :7Vil 27% 2(i 7 i 27 27 ' 27%
600 *co oref 101 . 101% 101% 101% 101% 102
NR'RofMpt. — — — — ;41 ■ 41%
... 2! pref .... — — — — 22% 22%
100 New Cent •■•!. 42 42 42 42 42 ' 45
\*S T' Air Tiroke — — — — 154 16S
12.100 N v Central ... 148% 149 147% 147% 147H
B, IOO IX V Ch & St L. 46\g 41!% 45% 45% 45 46
1 do 1 ,■: . I spo — — — — 1 110 120
4<JO do 2nf<• d 3pc 79 79 • 78 78 175 78
X T I>ork — — — — 24 25%
Ell do prel I 60% 60% 60% 60% SO 60%
N V Lack &W. — — — i — 134 138:
•NUNJ Tel — I — — -- 171 —
228 NTN H & H. 200% 200% 200% 200% 200 200%
2.8251 X V Ont A W .. 48% 44 , 43% 43% 43% 43' i
l,soo|Norfolk » Wast I 78% 79% 79% 79% 79% 79%
500 do ref 1)4 Ji4 94 94 92 95'
2, 700 1 North American. !104 104% 103 lOS 108 1034
Ontario Silver... — — ; — — 34 414
11.400 Pacific Coa*t I 84% 91% 84% 91% 01 02
100 1 do Ist pref 1 10. 1105 10.1 108 105% HO
1.700 do 2d pref . \S7 j92 '87 92 02 80
I.loo'Paclfic Mall j < m 44% 43% 44% 44 44' V
4::. 2:4 p< nn R R !155%(135% 137% 187% IS7T4 ISS
iPeoria & EasL. . -- | _____ 33 34
2.4<!'»!F J ao las ft Cuke '< l^S 1107% 107 (107% 107% 107H
"olPore Uarquette. 98 I M ! 98 98 — —
10 P(5 C ft St L,.. 7:> ; 79% 78% 79% 79 7:i' a
dn pr.-f _____ 102 in.-*
!P Ft VV A Chic. — — —j — IK i —
! 60 -iwaial — — — ' — l",0 I —
100;preB.ed Stl Car. 88% 86% 86% 3«« 36% 37
400; do pref OU.I 91% I 91V ! 01%] 91% 91%
1 Pullman P Car. — I — : — j — .35 24.">
Quicksilver — I — I-- — 1% 1%
1 do pref _!._'._ . — 3% 6
17« i R n seourities.. onul fc-; 98% 98% 93% '.).->
1.700 *Rj Btl Spring.. M% ! 34% 33% 1 34-, 34 34%
100 »do „-ef 94 !!M ;94 94 98% 1 94
182,3001 Reading KM* I 80% 68 8«% 89% -■' 1
1 000 di Ist pref. ... 93 93 ' 92 02% J)_'_ 02%
GOO do Id pref ! 88 88% PS Bfi% 88% so
iR-ns & Sara — —] — — 208 —
1,600 »Rep Iron & Stl 1RV 2 1«% I 16% 16% 1«% 16%
125 1 'do pref <■•' I 69 69 69 67 69
18,830 Rock Island 86% 354 .144 Hi 34% 33
400 do pre* M-, 81% 80% 1 80% Mi"* 1 81
1 Rome Wft Otr_. — — — " — 134 137
SOOj 'Rubber Goods.. 2«% 2<!Tti 26% 2ir, 26% 27
! Mo pref — — — — 194 96
370 St Jos _ QJ 1.. 17% 17% 17 17 16% 17%
150 do Ist pref . ' r-\ Bfl 68 68 ' 66% 68
100 do 2.1 nref !#% 2.^'i 28W 2S>i 27% _>•'■'.
Btf.»!St LA S F Ist pf "7- 7s 75% 7S 70 "
r..HOO| do _d nref 71*4 72U 71% 71% 71% 71"i
1»■ do C& E I ctstli 178 17S 178 17<» r.v 3
i do pref -- < — — I — 12 130
400 St Louis Southw 2.".%' 28% 26% _57» 26% 85%
1,200! do jinf 60% 61% CO% CO% <;i>% iti> a
- Sloi>_-Sh St &ii — ! — 1 — — ;si ea
1 do nref .. I — ; -- — — 00 i<r4'
18,700 South-rn Pacltlcl fl«'.: «l% flnn WV.;! fie, ««>j
1.160 do t>r«sf Ill^ 118% 118 1118 Ills 118%
8.40 i; I Southern p. p...j D4'. ' - <\\ :<4 34 I tt 34%
I.lo<i 6n nref ; W. '.".,' 97% l !'7T.| !>7H CIS
' do M a O I'tfat — I I — ! — I 9'ili i;ft
2'M-»jPtan'l P.opo &Tl l'i| !% \%] \u, 1 m ,
],4O>hvtin Cr.ai A- Ir.l 72' i! Vl-i 71". 71' i 71U 72
2,«H''O'T«>xa_ & Pupllc } 84% 343J, 5.% 34% »4% 3l«- 4
1 do I-ind Trutitl — — — — ' M ?.■*<*,
- Thii Avn H X.! — — — ' — 120 130
- •)■;:■. & Westl — — — — 17 _«I 4
Tol Ry._! Llrhtj — — — — 22% ..T "
Tol 8t L. -r;W.-.J — ■ — — — :'•'> .r:".. r :".
! , !o , )r ..f !■— _ — _ ! 6.1 ! rr.-vi
27r. T C UTe'. l'ipp limillo7H{loT_.|lO7«jlo^HjlOT%
200 •Union n.t« -: P lo'il 10%! 104' i<r 4 : in : . 1.1-,
- I '«<•> r>rcf ... : — — - ran in
51,<KMiH.-nir.n nurinu. . . ! l-_ 122 ! 121'i'l-lVi J.l>,il: f l"i
8(!Oi do prof 97% 9 s ! 07% 1 » H M7 T &| W>»
llTnitM Fruit — !_]_._ io-vj
2._flO|Un Ry Invest... •_•!»«, 29% _ns 2S 27% 2f>\
2.9M> do pref 72' A 75 72” 74% 74% 71
IO.2O0! •U BCIP ft F -4% 26 24% 1 25% 25% 25%
1.2001 *do tiref 85 SfiT^i ss I m tJ 554 (Sl%
tKir.lT' S Kxprrss .1122 I_T> 1T22 123 120 125
2S,SOOfT' S Leather... 13%j 14^ 13% 18% lM T i 14
29,308 *do nref 102'4!104%flf_!U|lai%llO- r i 1"l 7 ,
l.lilO'tr s !!•.• &. Imp. B2 ! P2% Via,! P2 ! SJ% -s',
in«iif s fltibber :!! I "I 8«% 81% ;«nj W'4 Wh
s(Kl| do t>ref 1100%1 100% 1 1(MU- 100 ]<>■> 100 lUiO'i
42 7(»liU S ■ -«l .11 ."1 30 80 SO .-,o'i
64.W01 do pref „ P"i I 95U 94% 94' 94% »4%
3.V>|Va-Cttro ChemT. 34H| Tt4i; .*!4H 84% S4 34' i
i-_ do Dref 107% 1 107% 107% 107% 1074 1<«
I.o<>-IVa Iron C 4 C. 424 «8 l A 42 42 41 I 424
l.fcOohVnharti 21% 22% ! 21 , 224 22 I 22«{
5,200 do pref 43% 45 ! 43% 444 44 44*
1 Wells Farro l^x. — j — I — — 240 1261 26 •
mo \\Vpt Onion Tei.l f»24l 92H 92% 024 -2 02H
9OO'\VV»!lnKh MfK...!lf>OTillHO% l«0 l«0 178 1»d
do 1-r pref — — I — — l»0 I.M
fOO\ Wheel & L X... IR% lO'.i 18% 19 ■ 18% 1 10 .
6101 _o In pr»f 47S !4" !1 47 47 47 47%
1,420 00 2d rref .... 27H 28 ' 36% 207 i :MTi 27
8,720 Wisconsin Cent. 2»4 2*4 ' -•14 28% 234 23%
6.405 .i.-» pref r.3%1 B_% 504 -1% 61% 614
947.990 Total b»lm for the day. "Unlisted. tßmall lota.
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
Washington, Feb. I.— Thn friiditlon of the Treas
ury, divisions of issue nnd redemption, •■; the be
ginning of business to-day, was as follows:
UI_ERV_: FUND.
Oold coin a.-ul bulliun. , 1 1 . 1 .1 SI&CtOCKvJOO
TRUST DIVISION OP REDEMPTION.
Gold ooln $5_5.0R0.[W9
Bllvsr dollars 474.2_5.0<*>
Bllver dollars of 1890 ». ..453.800
Ellvsr bullion of IHBO ;..♦ 1.248.700
Total $1.010.8BS.06»
DIVISION OF ISSUE.
Gold certificates ouutantllmr $__3.o.*iP.l>«f»
811 vsr oertlflratcs outstan Jin* 474.2ff1.000
Treasury notes outstanding 10,70_.l)u |
Total »1.010.886> V
GENERAL FUND.
Oold coin and bullion $15.71H,85l
Gold certificate-. 3_.5_."5.0«
Bllver coin and bullion 11,240.2.-.:
Sliver certificate* 13.974.i» •)
United States notes 12.217. w.*
Other assets 88.888, mi
Total In Treasury $122,046,1.".."
Deposits ln national banks 107,f*7.HU
_ 1 —
Total $280,034,05*8
Current liabilities 8..40&:30.'
Available cash balance »140,f'jr..7>
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Share. | j O;.n- | High- I Low- | Last
sold. I ; inc. I cut. I est. , sale.
34.990; Amal ■ .per I 74H1 74->» j 73 11 -. 73!*
10 Am Car & r 83 S3 33 , 3
3.1U Aroer lo» , I 7» t 8% ♦>»
'•«> do pie.' I 39 ' ■*<> . ■'■' 80-h
SO Amer Locomotive 37 I.*1 .* :i7 1 :i7Vt 37 v
TO Amer Smelling. . . 85% &♦> •". .■ 88
BOOlAmer Sugar I 142^ l 4:'*-« 142 14
6.6-0| At T& 6 V ( BM% 80141 t*'sl -I 4*
17" do pref 102 10.V21 ' ■'- ''•-
1.080 Bait & Ohio.. . ltr.^i 103^ ltr_ 1"- 7 4
B,B4ojßklyn Ra > T. . . . 61 61% BO** t;1 '■
40 Can Paritte 133*4 133\ 133% { 7 183%
190 Ches st Ohio 60"4 80U 4»% •>»
1,600 Chic <;t West...] 23% 24.» 23% ■»
4.900 Chic M & .St P. .. 177 1 . 177% ''.''■ : * 1 17fiVi
-o|Chlc Union Trac. 12% I_»* 12** 12**
l.f.lOJCol Fuel & 1 47" 1 * 47-** ! **% 47
850 Col Southern ... -"■ . 25H 25 25
7>Bi> Erie i 48* 4.T>. I 43 43^
40 da Ist pref 79% 78% 79H 7!» a »
140 Illinois On ... 157 1 157 156» l. r '- r'-«r '-«
200 Louis a. Xaah.... l;'S4 13»H| 137. 187V2
8.820 Met St Rj ... 11614 IIHV4 116% 117%
20 1. Met Securities.... 78 "» 7- 7.*
200 Mexican Cen 2_'i -■-'* 22H 22*-i
3) Mo X . T pr ... t;c,* «l% <!-.. 68%
«.!"<) Missouri 1V..... 1"7 IOM',I 10tt T /» 1O8T»
90 Nat Lead 27*4 1 27'» 27 27
l.RftO N T Central 14(*% 14S 7 »: 148 14SH
1.0-10 N V Ont * W 44H 41 1 . 43H 43%
If)! Norf & West 7i* ; »3 7!)*^ 70H
2.1001 Pennsylvania .... 188 l^ 4 "- 13S 138
60 People's Gas 107 Si 107H 107! i IC7H
68.680 Readme ....... «fn M.S. M 88
80 Republic Steel... 1 lO * 1 in>ii lrt 16
2.BJtO!Ro.'k Islanrl 35*. 38 Vi 84* 88
20 St L. Southwest.. 20 l ,i 28 26H 2«H
,'h. do pref .... '"•!'-■ 61 H 61 Vi 01**
' 8.0701 Southern Pac I 88 l .s 60% < tp ' l » 6fl*-4
260 ' Southern If ! 34 4 34 34 34
210 Standard 11 & T. . % IVi *4 1H
IT 1 IVr.ri Cbal 4 1... 1 72 I 72 71% 71 747 4
80 Texas Pae | 34 84% 84 Hi 34%
8,840 Union Pac 122 12214 121% 121%
10.W01U B I-sather 1 14 14% 13% 14"»
8701 do prsf I 104' i 104% 104 104
6.418 V B Btee : 80% 30% 30%4 BOH
62.4^0! ,!,.,■<•' ! 86 H e^i -4% HH
_lo|\Vabash 1 -II 3*3 * 22 ,4 21% 22
1.390 do pref ' 44 40 43% 44*
40 Wisconsin Can... j 24% 24H 23 23%
30| do pref 53% 63% 62% 62T4
2?0,148 Total sales.
BONDS.
I 1 Open J Hl*h- I Lovr- ! Last
Sales. 1 I lrg. ( est. I eat. I sale.
[Japanese <t» i »8 | I' 3 I 08 i »« "
MINING STOCKS.
Shares I I Optn- | High- I Low- 1 Last
■old. I I inK- I eat. I est. ) sale.
SOOlCrlp Creek Cons. .18 .18 .13 .18
1,000 Comstock 10 .M .09 .09
200 Gould * Curry... .20 .21 .20 -21
200 Hale & Norcroas. 1.30 1.80 1.80 1.30
100 Horn Silver 1.63 1.68 1.65 1.65
800 Savage 35 .35 .3.i .35
200!Slerra Nevada .42 .42 .42 .42
300 Silver mil «- .65 .68 ••
15o!ophir 6.50 6.50 8.60 6.50
lOOIPotosI .13 .13 .13 .13
800 Work [ .1" .17 .17 I .17
8.450 Total sales. __^
WHEAT.
Sales. I I Open- I Ht_h- I Low- ] Last
ousn. I I Ins;. I est. ! est. I sale.
Sso,ooo|May option Ml 17 ||1 17^i$l lfl^lll 18Vi
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign houses dealt In
80,000 shares ln the local market, selling 20,000 on
balance. In the London market government bonds
•were firm and the copper shares were decidedly
Btrong. Excellent buying of the minor Canadian
securities wan reported. Paris sold the Kaffirs.
American stocks ln London made no response _o
the United States Steel report. There was no
chanffe of Importance ln the foreign money markets.
AMERICAN CAR AND FOUNDRY.— American
Car and Foundry has sent preferred stockholders
a statement of earnings -with the dividend checks
covering the quarter ended November 30. 1904. The
net earnings for the quarter, amounting to $539,683.
were published in The Tribune on January 7. The
dividend on the preferred stock for the quarter
required $o_5.(XX>. The total surplus on February 1.
not including the earnings for December and Janu
ary, amounted to $11,982,487.
CANADIAN PACIFIC— The Canadian Pacific
Railroad has Just completed the purchase of the
Epquimalt airl Nar.almo Railway, which connects
Victoria, B. C. with Wellington and Nanaimo.
■eventy-dx miles distant, and 1b the only means of
access to the city from, the northern portion of. the
island. The road was owned by James Dunsmuir,
and ha« land grants of 760,000 acres, including all
mineral rights, besides a charter for an extension
to the other end of Vancouver Island, which carries
a subsidy of $6,000 a mile from tho Dominion kov
emraent. In the distribution of the Indian reserve
tills year the road will obtain 19Vt acres of land In
the very heart of the city.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO REGULAR DIVT
DKNDB.—The directors of the Baltimore and Ohio
have declared the regular semi-annual dividfr.d
of 'Z per I ''hi On the common stock and the same
raf- ■ 1 the preferred. The following statement h»«
1 1 en issued by thp board:
The net earnings of the company for the period
after providing for the payment of the preferred
stock dividend showed a surplus equal to 5*4 per
cent on the common stock. Some discussion had
been made about Increasing the dividend, but the
executive committee recommended the payment of
2 per cent, deciding- it would be more conservative
to await the earnings of the entire fiscal year be
fore agreeing on any Increase.
SEABOARD REORGANIZATION BFPECTIVEL
-The plan for the reorganization of the Seaboard
Air Line Railway Company has been declared
effective by the committee, a« more than a ma
jority in amount of the shares, other than those
hel3 In the treasury, of each class of stock has
assented to the plan for the consolidation of the
Atlanta and Birmingham Air Line Railway, the
Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad and he Seaboard
Air Line Railway companies. Holders of certifi
cates who have not yet deposited may do so not
later than February 15. After that date the com
mittee reserves the right to reifuso to receive such
deposits
PIG IRON CERTIFICATES AT PRODUCE EX
CHANQI iron certificates at the Sew-Torli
Produce ExcUnnßC opened featureless There were
no sa j Qum-uions> follow: February. $16 60
asked; March, $K» " asked; April and May. 50®
$16 75; June, $lGt^>; July, $1650. No business was
done on the second rail. The bid prices were
lower. Closing quotations follow: February. $16 50
RPked; Mtrch. $".<; 3OT?SI6 GO; April, $16"OI?$16 75; May,
$1«50®516 75; June, $16 60 asked; July. $16 50 asked.
NEW-YORK • CENTRAL NOTES PROVIDED
FOR It was announced authoritatively yesterday,
with regard to the payment of th» notes sold by
the Nev .■■rk Central Railroad Company In 1303,
which will fall due about the middle of February,
and which amount to about 15.000.000. that provision
haß already ba<sn made for meeting them. No
ftnancinc la necessary and th» money for their
payment in already in bank.
"SOO" EARNINGS INCREASE.— Earnings of
thr Minneapolis, St. Paul anl Sault Ste. Marie for
1:,. month of December make a most satisfactory
showing, gross amounting to $735,761. compared with
jr.3i.oS2 in the same month a year ago. Net earn
ings were $262,028. against $228,800 In December. 1003.
From July 1 gross earnings have Increased $634.8?;
and net earnings $336,711.
REPUBLIC OF CURA 5 PER PENT BOND?
jUlADV— Bpeyer & Co. give notic© tliat they a 1
pr»-i>ttrtd to deliver the Republic of Cuba 0 per oen
bonds on surrender of their temporary oMttSoate*
Application has been made to list the bonds on th.
New-York Stock Exchange.
COPPER EXPORTS —Exports of copper for th.
month of January were 13,« M tons, against 5.0.-5
tons in the name month in 1801 and 10.m ton* a
tii. same month in I9ca.
APPLICATION TO Application ha» been
made to the Stock Exchange to list $18,900,000 addi
tional ordinary stock:- of th» Canadian lVciflo Rail
road Company.
\
THE IRON AND METAL TRADES.
"The Iron A*e" says
So far as fresh buying Is Involved, the markets,
jrenTally speakinfr. have been rather quiet during
the last week. In the Pittsburgh district steel mak
er* have not taken additional quantities, nor Is It
certain that th« leading: Interest will purchase any
notable quantities at once. The market has been
pretty thoroughly cleaned up of speculative lots,
only one small parcel of less than 3.000 tons, offered
it a shade under prevailing prices, having been
marketed. Eastern steel makers have shown In
creased Interest in supplying future wants, ana
tales aggregating about 26.000 tons have been con
summated, for delivery to the end of the year.
Negotiations for further lots are pending. The
steel market is narrow and strong In all the prin
cipal selling centres. Some of the rolling mills
within moderate reach of tidewater have been
testing the market for Imported steel, but nn.l
conditions adverse and prices high, even for draw
back tonnage.
The German coal strike i* <n uncertain factor
in the international markets. Advices indicate that
the German st<-. 1 works had some stock of fuel to
draw upon, and appear thus far to have mad*
their shipments regularly. The Ensllsh m*kfr<«
are In a position to take care of requirements for
the immediate future, and show a disposition to do
*o at no marked rise in the price. However. It i*
believed by Importers t!:at had It not been for this
danger of a curtailment of the supply it might have
been possible to put through norm- business for this
Fide. Reports from th<» steel rail makers are bet
ter than they were. In th» West some further
large* orders nave been placed. Chicago reporting
•ibout 50.000 tons additional, which includes -O.OfiOtons
for & Northern transcontinental line. It is reported
thai the South Chicago mill has now booked an
ie?reg-t- of 4o()ooo tons, out of a total capacity of
-„,,.., tons. It is estimated that the mills In the
pool now have about 1.080.008 tons on the books.
Laffl year these mills shipped a little under 1.489.088
tons, "which included Canadian and Mexican ship
ments, the official record of exports having been
_ 10.000 tons. This leaves a little over 1.309.008 tons
as the record of last year of this particular group
of mills. Besides this, of course, they contributed
the balance of the exports, which aggregated 414.800
tons.
FAILURES IN JANUARY.
"Dun's Review" says:
Commercial Insolvency In the United States. as
reported by R. G. Dun & Co.. were encouragingly
few in number and small in amount of defaulted
Indebtedness during the opening month of the
new year. In all manufacturing occupations only
25»5 suspensions occurred, with liabilities of $4.'5.3.
692. against 271 failures last year, when the amount
Involved was $6,687,636; trading defaults numbered
939. with liabilities of $5,275,640, compared with 1.079
a year ajro, involving $8,221,937; other commercial
failures were 27 for $462,873. against 66 last year,
for $2,571,000. an aggregate of 1.222 failures and
$10,417,200 liabilities, as compared with 1.406 !n the
corresponding month of 1904, when defaulted In
debtedness m." to $13.4!vU7_. While It is extremely
gratifying to find that 19<""5 has started with a de
crease of $?.COO,OOO in amount of liabilities as com
pared with the previous year. It is still more cheer
ing to carry the comparison much further back.
Only one other January in the last decade made
a decidedly better showing. 1899. while 1900 was
slightly better but every oth»r back to 1893 re
corded a much heavier mortality. January is th«
most significant month in respect to the value of
failure returns, and !»uch a phenomenally good
showing angora well for th« year. In the first
month annual settlements and many loans mature,
while Inventories and stock taking disclose weak
spots. When the, Insolvency returns are heavy in
January it usually indicates an unsound condition,
and this Is often followed by other months of read
justment.
GENERAL CHEMICAL.
The General Chemical Company has Issued Its
annual report for the year ended December 31. 1904.
The Income account compares as follows:
19O«. IMS. lf»r.2
N«t profits $1,314,743 51.1»7.07« $1.807.M1
Preferred dividends 600.000 600. 000 564.960
Balance $714.74* $557,078 $942,581
Common dividends — — 370.515 29C.412
Balance J714.741 $_1«.S«1 $fi4«.179
Charged off rlait acc't. _Ss.f»o 215.07S 269.143
Burrlus S42SUR9 IBM $577.03«
Previous surplus 1.C10.05fl 1.«15.473 1.239.437
Total surplus $2.045. -» $l.« 16.0-6 $1,615,473
In the year there was expended for new construc
tion $329,607, anil for repairs and reconstruction,
charged to expense. $353,970. After paying 6 per
cent on the preferred stock and charging off $285,609
on plant account, etc., there remains a surplus of
$429,189. which is equal to 6.79 per cent earned on
the $7,410,300 common stock.
DIAMOND MATCH.
The Diamond Match Company has issued its an
nual report for th» year ended December 31. 1904.
The Income account compares as follows:
I!*> 4. 10<>3. 1302.
Profit* $J.<iS3,3«> $1.>2t.08» at.sßT.eT4
Dividends i.50".n00 LMe.sM 1.500.(00
Surplus $133,300 $324.0*0 $437,674
Previous surplus 1.0u0.0u0 _. HM.:.y3 1.738 91»
Total surplus $1,153,300 $2.515.tV>2 $2,194.-83
Charged off 153.a«» 1.513.652
Profit A los« surplus $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $2,194.(103
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside securities was character
ized by considerable irregularity. Prices at the
opening were firm, but the pressure brought to bear
on specialties caused a genera] reaction. The vol
ume of dealings compared favorably with the late
averages and the trading covered a fair range of
stocks. Northern Securities opened unchanged, but
eventually fell 2 per cent. Interboroueh Rapid
Transit opened off Mi per cent, but recovered all
but the fraction, but near the close fell nearly 3
per cent. American Can stocks were heavy. Inter
national Mercantile Marine shares were pressed
for sale and broke- sharply. The preferred sold
down - 3_3 _ per cent, but subsequently recovered more
than half of the loss. Seaboard stocks sold off *4
®Vt per cent; Maekay common was down *» per
cent Central Foundry issues were fractionally oft.
Bethlehem Steel Issues were firm. United States
Leather stocks were strong. Standard Oil was up 7
points. In the copper issues Montreal and Boston
moved up sharply, on extensive dealings. Greene
Copper declined % per cent. British Columbia
gained % per cent. The bond department ruled
strong and fairly active.
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
Shares I ; Open- I High- I Low- I I-ast
sold. I 1 Ins. I est. ; ast. ; sale.
350; Am Can j 14>'* 10 I*,1 *, 10 I 10
-<". Uo pref (SI . til 1 , til , 614
l.Twi'Am Nickel IS, IV l\k i"»
".•;:«*> Am Cob Mln... 2. . »'* 2» ; 28 ■»
SHUJAm Writ Paper. ■"• t> l , 5 , 33 1 *
MM do ,i. ..... 2-1 £4 24 24
Alchlson us ! l t\ V •_ %
400; Bay <Jaa ! 6- M, 5-16 5-ltf: &-16
Sou , baldomero Mm., 3% 3% | S\ j 8%
l.SWOUethlehm St Cor 30 i 3.' : S»-% _»!_
I.Hhi do pref ■ b»%[ &**» *>» ■» Ss~a
S.Sih.' Hi it i — Col Cop. i .'.* « 3U; 6
10) Casein i*. Am.. 7 I T 7 7
1.363 Cent Foundry-.. *"» ■ •***! 3
350 do Ml I ... *24 , •-'* i 23 Tk | 24
l,M«>iCon Ketrtgerat.. 8 I 8% 3 1 I
Douglas topper. 7*4 77»7 7 » 7%, 7%
20 '■■;•• Vt-1.i.l- ...I •24 I -I 2* 1 !] 24 V; 24 1 »
1-, -,,:,,.:!- Copper..) _t>%! 26 V _«*■♦; 2ti>, 4
B(KJ,Ure*!ie Ovid 7 : » 7* 7'», 7 1 *
200 Havana Else .J 45 I*,1 * , 45%; 4.V., 4o •«
20U li.avu.na Tobacco 84% 1 S4H] •'■*'», 84 *_
.><> do j.ref '. | 45 : 4_'» 45 | 46--
LIMIO Inter Mer Mar.. 14 , 14 I 13-» 13%
5.575 1 do p.-tl ,V.-» 83%; 84 | -4*.
l,:'n>,Muckay Co*s .. «• 3l>'_ 3>\ , 3*>%
100 da pref 7.1 s 4, 7"1%; 73% 73%
QUO Man TraM 3S| S\\ ;!%! 3-*«
IL.VA>)NVr -•.. ... MS 147 us* I 14.'
l '.i n. « Orleans Ry 4l»4 l » 4»i! 4*> a , 4' 3
1:. Nt : Elevator...] •■»'.• | 4N , 8J , » •
IS ■>< )■!•!• | *10KU| loa 1 *- UUV», !••.; «
Royal B P pf . . I •! l«> • lli> j 110 114
90>> i :»ard I I.V I.HI IV> , l;«
Ni_! do pr. ( I 33 3S 37%, ' 37%
Si»! Standard Oil *610 64. | 840 t 64_
UK) V.nr.essee .\... 83*4 33^1 33^s 33* i
SCO Two ffs ... SI 4 *! <ll%; tU%! «i%
539 I S Leath wl. 4."' 49 ! i 4 i 44 ,*
L— "'" do pref »4V» M SM ' l«.'
850 j\Vh Knob (new) 2 - I . 1 3
3001 Wash Trac pf . . 87 87 i 67 { 87
62,383 Total sales. *Ckld lota.
v BONDS.
I I Open- I Hl*b- I Low- I Lut
B«lt>«. I I Ing. | e»t. I — t. I »al«,
t^CVtlAm Malt A» 1 104^1 104%] 10i T %| 101
SS>)O'«Atch 4» w 1... IC3H lOS^I lO3\ Xo3\
41 <>i«' 'Inter Pap new)
i 3«. ci>nv .v 1.. tC'i 92>»! J»2 92
;.».ooi> U 8 Lea :.» w i kh 1 ,. O.S** 0»^ »*. %
65.000, \V Pit Ter 2J;4s *2\\ OH I -42 s * 4U\
(202,000 Total «ale». •Sell "ana MM."
CLOSING CURB QUOTATIONS.
«FurnUhe«l by Will, B. Ntch^lii ,« Co.. No IB H'a|;-#t_>
Hid. *•>'• " '• 81,1. Asked.
Am Can li» 10»; Inter Mir Mar i-f US 83.
do prof • ■ . til «Mlnt RT ll» : » SBO
Am Tob w 1. . 245 — IL & Taylor i»f ..108 u>7
Arix Con M ... 20 20 l » Maekay . as»» 39
Hay State Gas. . l * Hi da pref 73»» 74U
Heth .-: ....... -:> «> . M 4 B Cons ... 1H IS
do pref »7H Mitnhat Transit.. .1*» IS
lU.rden's C M..HO 144 i-N V Trans S^ H>%
'i» ••>'- •' > INorth SecttrltlMilMK I4l»' 4
lint iv,l tVpt^r. .'1 .Mjl North P-u'lrV l«l 175
Cent 1" tl ' *'» . ."1 |Ot:a El,>v po;r>... 4«« r.»',
1 10 pit- f . -•' 24Si Io p.ff 1-c lot
impressed Air. '• '.» Phen'.x Mr, ii|.. 1,. 13
■o* a«fr!<..... 7. H |M I; (• c0u»...13rt 143
(joaclas Cop : v * * do pr»f 10* 111
l.leoirl.- 80at... 38 48 Seaboard Air i. . is', mv.
do pref 78 hi ,1© pref 37*, »
El Llt com ... "•* *» stan.l rent Cop.. I r»
do pr«f *» l I Standard Oil B4«» Mi
Ulertrlo Vehll'l* 1.1 H T. nn Copper X 253
do pr.f -» 1 -' |f;iion Cbprer.T. l t v
Ortnl X.-rtn i>f.2't> !'-t:e4 Crjr>»r... 7«- s-,
uit Mii iv. «» :'. ;v, <i!.s H xki
Utiet ■ .in .iv; 11 * 1 * - •. .•••> rre; ... v, -^
docxnUaU.. 7 » . '■»: •: . •„ !>•;>« .•>»
llacken M»ad.. 10 la | w ,n i' T4, 04 U5 *
Hay Tob com.. 32Vj 35 l\Vhlu Knob Coi>. 1-18 M
do rref «SH 4.5 J do now w 1.... I*l 2V4
Int M«r Marine 13* U%| do pr «f w »... ft 6W
STREET RAILWAY!
STOCKS AND BONDS.
(Furnisher! by J. Thomas U«lnbar<!t. No. 15 W*i;.,.
I Int. 1 Period. ; Bid, j^;
Atlantic av# /»t. rJ>« I ■'• JA *O 103 ,^r
Atlantic Aye en, 1.'.l I 6 !A_. O Hi !»
Ati Co*« El Ist 11H5 1 '" M* X 75 " T
Atl Coast El gen, I-" 1 ' I ft li*. 3 tt\k —
Uleecker St 4k X V I 11. J A J SI >.
Broadway * 7th Aye I ltt I Q-J 210 sS
Orookl>n City 115-18 <4 J 24» -„
BWyn Helghta Ist. 1941.... 1 — |A * O 103 Jm
Bklya »A-\V iv sen. 1933. . I 5 IA * O 101 \i%
Bk'.yn it T »O. ISH- I 5 !A* O , JOT S k
Bklyn City X con. I^4l . ... I S , J « J | logu .{?£
Bki>n Ln El Is:. Ist*. . -| *-0 iV A A 113 ij">
Bklyii Crosstown Ist. 1003.. 1 « I J<_ J loi lfl _ '*
bKiyn Cv N Ist. ISW3 I & J* J 1 112 tin
81-tcker m_l'V ex. 19.0.1 J* J »4 £
Ilvmy A 7 1 1 Avt l.t. 19U4. I 9 J _. 1» . Ml. i*V
l'..v_y i 7th An '-!. lUU.I » J& J 1 104 v,-
Bw«y _ur(ace Ist. 1924.. . 1 5 JA J \i,~ VXV X
B>..Jiep«« Trac Ist. 1923... I 5 J * J ; 1H m
8...T... frosjtovra Ist. V 02 .1 8 J* J 110% ij4
Buffalo .v N.* Ul. 1-33 . 1 S J* J | 1&7 uS
Buffak Ist en. i--l I 5 IFu 1115, m*
Buffalo K> .;«_. 1-17 » • i*« O j ICS i«*
Buffalo AN X.. 1-21 ... 5 IJ* J : _ }Z
Ccnuai O-'jtisto*i» I I- I Q-J 1 823 ta»
Central Park & NX It {10 I Q-J , _oa _«
Cl-.rlstopher A loth -t* i 8 I <«-J ! ISO «-
Coney Island & ilrooklyn ..I 10 j Q-iP tw aZ
Ccr.ey I,v Bkl>n Ist 4s. I_W — i m "5
Cons Tract of NJ . . . '. I — —— j S3 ft*
CM Ceia i H Ist. 1907 ..I « J*D 114 ]S
Cent (lll— >»■■ Ist 1023 ...I • «1 3 in m
Col A ttth Aye 1 X ■'••. 1M... 5 IM.* 3 114 Vt
Chris * lOtb Bt ex. 1S*1». ■ ■ 4 IA * J 63 j r
Capital Trac. 1820 *.. 4 |A * O ICB i««
Citizens- diet 1 con, 1805... 5 IJi, i 89% lay-
Coiumbas St -on. 10- -• - i i « D : If.-.'; XXQ-2
Columbus Cro-stown. 1933.. & J* D | 107 ; _'"
Cons 'Ir_c of NJ. 1-33 - J* D 110 m
City A a 'Wash,. 1043 - Fft A 100H I*.
Cent Paazenger. 19C. - X& M 100 MB
Cleve Elec con, 1813 ft. U* d 101 133
ci«ve c Cable Ist. 190S ft; jSt i 101 j^
-leva & Our Ist. 1(117 - F it A \ 101 I',-
Clevo A Chi F Ist. 181- « St *J* | 100 iVi
Clave P* E Ist. 1-1« I » A* O 1 «• l»
Cleve P& E deb. ISO? I I I J«J - »
On A Hamilt-fl Ist. 1&1H...J • | J.J I lot m
Dry Dock ft R-t B — 1 Q-F 1 113 m
DDEB ft B Ist. 1032 1 5 J i D j 110 _.
DDEB ft B scrip. 1914... - Fft A ; W'_ Id
Denver Trans. 1910 • Jft J ' 106 tor
Denver Metropol. 1911 1 « Jft J 1 5 U8
Denver Con Tram. 1333 1 5 A A O : .o'^ i-ji-,
Denver Con Tram pur. 181- 1 5 Aft >>'!<» 135
KlEhth Avenue I 1- I (Juax. | l-> «_
E Cieve Ist. 1016 .1 & III* X I 100 at
4_d St MASt N Aye -.1 — Hi .fi,
42d St A Grand By 19 I Q-F I 130 «v
Fulton St Ist. 1905 ! 4 ! MftN <n 5
42d St A•: 3 F ex. 190». 6 JA J I I'm l> ,
Grand Kapids St Ry com... — j U to
Grand Itaptds St Ky pref... — i -3 a>
Grand St & N'n Ist. 1904... « | lI.H j1« -^
Indianapolis St «en, 1922... 4 Jft J 83^ t&\
Jam A Bklyn Ist. 1830 ... _ .J«J lld _*
Jersey City Hft Pat. IJM9. . 4 Mft X 79« Xt
Kings County U 1940 4 90 _
Kansas City El. 192- « JAJ < m
Kara City Guar Cs. 1922... — Jft J ' lid jm
Kansas City Met. 1U09.. 8 M<_ d ii.»> at
Kansas City con. 191t> 5 M« N *» ]au.
Lex Aye AP F Ist. 1933... 5 M 4 3 m _
LoulsvUU St. con. 1030 I ft J * J — |v
L<craln ft Cl«ve Ist. 11*27 I 8 JAJ 100 jcj
Loulsvlls_ City Ry. 1IX>» ! « IJA J | los vm
Louisville St con. 1.30 1 8 ' Ji J 113 H414
Louisville St __. 1.40 — 4^i[ MA 3 104 ktt
Ust Kiev Ist. l'»« - - F<cA! 1-i 10»
Manh-t El coo. 1900 4 Aft O j IC2 10*
Mil El Ry ALi c. 1928 5 Fft A ! 109 lan*
Minn St eon, 1019 — 8 . J& J j 108 _
Minn St 2_. 191.1 - I 8 IMft N I 100 its
Market St ."able. 1913 1 « I JAJ 113 IS)
Market St C con. 1924 ! ft !Mft 3 i 113 13
New-Orleans B/ com — j 334 4
New-Orleans Ry pr»: — i 14 IS
Nassau Elec Ist. 1941 3 Aft O ' 110 la
North Hud Co Ry. 192S 5 | J ft J 114 —
North Hud Co R y. 1914 6 i Jft J • 114 _
North Jersey St. 1943 4 MAN 78?* BM|
N 0 City *I* 1543 5 : J* J 111 113
N O City Ist. 1903 6 : J * D I l'»«i mf
N O City gen. 1943 4-5 I Jft J 1 110 ill
New-Orleans Ry 4V 77 78« i
Oakland Trans 191? « I J ft J in _»
Rochester St. con. 1930 5 I A & O 108 11«
Rochester St. _■!. 1933 8 I J ft D | : ,V-i lot
Richmond Tr Ist. 1925 I 3 I J ft J I 108 lao
Second Avenue !1" I Q-M j. ■* 31
Sixth Avenue I 7 I Q-J 170 173
Sea Beach Ist. 1»1« ..I 4 I M & 3 ( -_ : , X".
Second Aye con. 1948. ..._.l S 111 A N 111 j 114
Second Aye Ist. 1908 i 5 I Mft N BKH 10*
Second A.« deb 100 1 5 i Jm J 102 It*
South Boulevard. Ist. 1945.. j 5 I j& J | 105 101
South Ferry Ist. 191» ... I 6 lAft O : 103 108
Scranton Ry cor.. 1832 1 ft j.'A Jj M »-■,
St Paul Cable. 1937 1 5 I J A J Kj 11;
Btelnway (LI O. 1922 1 6 !Jft J 11. 121
Syracuse RT. 1940 ' 3 |Mft X 107 _**.
23d Street I - f Q-F SsO 410
28th ft 29th St. Ist. 1996. ..I 5 | A* O 111 H«
23d St Ry «a 1.0- 6 J* J I 88 A
Third Aye Ist. 1K57 -18 jft J 120 13
14th SI Crosstown Ist. 1990.1 3 ' Aft O lit! 113
T w Pl* m Ist. 1890 I 5 IM & _ 102 103
Toledo RT. 1940 i 8 I J ft J 7* SI
V T of Providence I — | 87 ICO
Union Ry Ist. 1942 1 5 I Fft A JOS j 111
VT of Troy. Ist .V I— | ; HS>4 —
In Elec Co of NJ. 1«49. ... 4 IJft D 7S«.| 80
D B ■_. ■ (Bal> Ist. I!M9 ... 8 jM* _ f 90 91
L' Rft E BaU inc. VM9 4 J A D 44^! 43>
Vnton Trac (Pitt-. 1937 — Jft D 110 ! 11.1
Wash Ry & Elec [ — I 29 3i>
•Wash Ry & El«? pref j — ■ I •* v*
Wash Ry ft Ease i- . | — S7 8»
VY_-- hester Xl Ist 1943. -.1 4 J & J 103 107
Yonkers Uy Ist. IM'' . ' 5 ! A 4O i M»sl !*»=%
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnished by .i..a::i E. Nichols ft Co.. No. 13 Wsll-st.) .
I Ijiv. j D:v. I 1 I
f rate. ) period. J B:i A*i ;
A.Tierican Bank Note I 6 i Q-J | «2 j «
American LJ.a-s | — | ,111 ■ 11$
American Chicle 12 Mthly I_4 13
American «'hk-le pref 6 Q-J S3 ' M
Amer La. Franco Engine Co. — j _____ j 13 _
Amer La. France Ec . pf... — J ■ j 43 — •
Am Press Association •; Mo , U". ( 106
Am Sch Furnlt combined — — I 4 7^
Am sen Furnit «S •» 1 • I I
Am Soda Foun com — _ i
Am Soda W in Ist pref - 63 75
Am Soda Foun -d Dref — — — 8 14
American Threai Co pref. R ■ T ft .' 4 ! » 4"i
American Typefounders* . . . 4 J _j .' 3T.-> 3*
Amer Typefounders' pref. ..| 7 Jft J 83 W
Amer Writing l'ap«-r i-re?..) — 23 S>
Amer WnUns P-pei n:s 6j. i — J jfc J t s>*i Wt
Automatic Heatins pref .| • J4 J -- | 12
_UimDei«;er ,■• Laouu — 5*4 J
Celluloid Company 8, Q-J i !_»» 12»
L'en Fireworks com 2. | 13 17
Cen Firawoc*- pref 7 F ft A t 63 79
Cheeebrough Mfg l'.ai Mo 1 440 I*»
Chic X U TW Klf Co 4s B MiS . C
COM Rubber Tire 4s | — j 17?» ••
Cotton Oil Jc Fibre pref 1 — J 2 313 1
Denver Un Water Co pref. . | — '38 I 4*
Deny In Water Co bonds.. 5 J ft J I 100 ! MS.
Eastern S S Co — *» **
Empire Steel — 9 1-
Emplre Steel pref « J 4 J S3 ii
Gorhani Ma mil pi»f •* Q-J -£> —
Hall S.gaa. ... I Q-J I S5 Jg
H B Claflin Co c m — 10l | M»
H B Clartin Co Ist pref B ' 9* -•
II a .-..:• Co 2d pref 6 | flT 1 . _-„
Herring HM Co — • *»
Herring HM Co Ist pref... I -* i ■
Herring HMCo 3d pref... T . I »
Inter Elevating Co _ ■ 1 ♦** "* !
Inter Power pr«r. — ' 10- -
Inter Sal: .'. ! —t ! -3 a*»
Inter Salt *s : ■ A & O m •»
Iron Steamboat — ] 1H _J
Jane way Button Co pre; « |AA N ' lli> -3
J B Stetson com 1"> J & J J WO —
J H Stetson pref S Aft J | 130 »•
Lanston Monotype — j j >» •?
Maine > s stock — i j " j ■
Mercenthaler 13 Q-J I' 1 - -»
Mexican Stiver 3s — *> Jg
NTft » J Tel 7 Q->I ! I*7 (J2
Old Dominion S3 « J ft J [ 11** I »
Pitts. Bm * I.E . 3 Jft - I *» X
Pope Manufacturing C 0.... — j "'* -2
Pope Manuf Co Ist pref — . 5 w
Pope- Manuf C\. __ pref.... — ' -'•. . ,•:
Pratt & Whitney pref 6 , -•'- *'-
Procter & Gamble 13 i -"•> , j5
Procter i Canine pr»f * | -£-„ •*"..
Railway Auto Sales — , I -H ,!"•
Railway Aut.-. S.ile» pref. ... » I \ jj "
-afety Car He_t & Light... — Q-J 9\» r
S_curltt«'_ Co Consol 4s — ! — — — . " 2
Simpson Crsiii Co ... — _— - — JS
Sines* Mf« Co 16 I Q-J -33 «g
Otindan Ctntplu 14 3° ' Sw
Stan.l Will Co — i » 25
Stand Mill Co prat — ' *»:» E 1
Stand Mil! 3s — I T7*» ,2
6wtrtftCe 7 Q-F l«» U.
Tubular r>ispatch — — — — 1"» •
Tren:^ Pottt-ries com — I « H
Tivrt«n Potteries pref ... 8 JftJ I » 2
Trenton Pot fan_ta« ctfs.. 4 Ift i I >° Z
Trow Dtractovr. n?w 4 ~ Ljt
I'ni'in Typewriter com * » 3 . ,*v\
Inion Typewriter Ist pref.. 7 A 4 O } -1«* S
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FERRY COMPANIES.
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