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. FURTHER STRENGTH IN STOCKS
SUBSTANTIAL GAINS RECORDED IN MANY ISSUES.
Reading a Feature- on Heavy Dealings Commission Houses Active—
Banks Lose Money.
Closing prices yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Thursday's Quo
tations were:
STOCKS.
Ami] Copper... 74 K +l ; ! National Lead... 29H fl v i
JLm C & f 33% - **JN V Central 14»Vi — •*
Am H & 1. 1' ■ « — HiN I" C .* ft U. . -i'Vik + »«
_lm Locomotive. 37 +V-H N,Y O ft W ■».. - ;
Am Smelting... W« + : »jXor& West M' 4 -I *
Am Sugar 142^» — V»|Xot American. . .104 -
Am Etwl F 16% 4- J »iPaclno roast .04 — 2"-i
At Top . .i P.. v - i » — l giPacilic Mall . 44U — %
do pref ICC-* — '■•* i I-' mi RH 14it'» + ■*
B«lt & Ohio lOSS -il*»|Poo Oas of Chi. .101% -4- V»
Brooklyn II T.. Vo\ — HIRy Bt Spring ■• • 83* i ~ l *
*. - anaiiaxi Pmc.LMH tdlns '■tf>S - 1 i
Ches & 0hi0... sO» - % | do Ist pref.... 'M l — '»
Ch'.e Gt West.. 23** ■ - Rock Island 351» + X
CSi*St P. ..177H +~\\ do pref M » - i'»
Chi &S XV 241 — %[R£pub Steel.. . 10>i + H
hie T T 17*4 •- M ■•■ prel «!!> +l i
<Jo pref 3.:» 1 Rubber Gooda... '^5K — I *
CStP M & 0.207 —1 |BL*SF2dp( 72S
Ct>l F& I 474 4- « Bl L. S W 26 «• - "h
Col i- South . 26 1 * 4- •.• do i ■■■• „ n% — '*
Consol lea.. 2i»4 ->- 2 >.» Southern rtv 34H 4- H
CCCi .-• I. . »9'i ISouthprn Hac .UTS - 1 1 *
lx) i Hudson.. lflS'j i--s^i do r.r>?f 11<H 4- H
l«*n ,_ X Gpf.. M 7.M 7 . 4- *»|T>nn C a- 1 '- — a <
Krl« . 44 : » -r % Texas & Pa S««% 1-;
<•■<> l»t pref... M - SjTvln C. R T 105% —'*
So 2d r-T-Ff... «r>'i — '» Va a Pa<; i..l_ T « 4- %
Oerienu El< ... JSS^a V S leather 14 — H
Illinois Centra M.**}!* -- U ! do pr»f. ...... 103« i - %
Ken c So M\* — i*ji: s rip« . £55 l * — 'i
do t:-." . 88% — **i\- s Rubber JtrtS —*•
I>sulfi & Sash. .33*; - '. U S Steel BOS 4- %
Manhattan 37 i"» - ! do pref i*sl» - 1 - U
Met SI Hy 1:0 * -- *»i V*- Oar Chem.... 35*« 4 1
Mex. Central.... _*» 4- : . v. ; : .-'; :'3 4- H
M(■ P '.- S S 11.100 — *•» A) i.rcf *•'"• -rIH
SC X * T.. ..82 -,- •,-.■....:. E Ist pf 4714 4- '*
•Jd ;-•- ... 88V -.- U V.is Oenl 23*4 — %
2>Un*>iiri Pae. ..10S T i -1"» do pref 61 —Va
BONDS.
Arr. Tob 6s [18% - •. Mci C Ut lr>?.. 23S + H.
B & O G<l3 4s.K>4 r » — HJNor & \Ve« •»•.. 103*4 — »*
Out «f «.ia ss. 114 — '•. v ..[- Pac .. "''.-'4 — \»
do 2d Inc. .. ~>y— 4-1 Term cr.u 88 I**1 ** .10414 4- l *
O & Ohto ia.106% — I «isL&SK^f49t2 4- >»
CB & Q 45....10C>S — «i(Scuth Ry Ut*Sa.U«% — i
C B liP P-R 4s J^s — >i»g Pec con | .122% 4- H
CM A- 50 Ist 4s 01' -1% r ? Steel 6s J'4 — 1 »
J>i* oon 4? l'H" , -- : ? V.'abash deb Bs.-. 70H — *a
O.B&W .leb Cs 22T, — «i Wost M 4 45.... 03'» 4- H
x-:r.«iM4s9i -1
STOCK MAEKET OPERATIONS.
Tran^aclfons in yesterday's stock market were
heavy in volume on a movement of values that
jrwneraHy tended In the. 'direction of higher quo
latins:. There was a good demand from com
xn'.srion houses, substantial operators were ac
t!ye!y identified with the long eide, white fur
ther buying was reported for the account of
Investment interests. Bear factors, or rather
Sartors that In ordinary times might be classed
# k bearish, were brushed aside as of no conse
*iu«*!ice, .is. for instance, the rate disturbance In
t:-» IWn anu the report from "Washington that
Ih*»re may he an extra session of Congress in
*he wring. Sentiment In Wall Street is <li=-
UnctJy bullish, md it Is likely to remain so just
«s lonpT as money stays at Its present low level.
Heading made ov.c of the most, censnicuous ad
-
vanccs among the active list, rising from the
ci^ning -it (»2 7 i to above 9."» and closing: at 04 E 8 .
Th'Tf was no news affecting the Reading com
yiany. the advance apparently being due to buy
iv.jr based on the favorable financial condition
cf the company, the splendid outlook for the
anthracite coal trade and the belief that at the
J'p*:t dividend period Reading common shares
v.ill be placed on a 4 per cont basis Of course,
II 11m stock Is to remain on its present dividend
Vic? is Its current price is high enough. Through
cut the list, of active stocks there were many
substantial gains, while in many of thr> usually
Inactive and cheap priced Issues decided Jm
j>rovement was recorded. Southern Pacific was
helped by the announcement regarding the re
funding plans, which provide for an issue of
#160,000,000 bonds, of which only $75,000,000
•will be sold at present, this amount having been
taken by Speyer & Co. and Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
It is Interesting to note that the demand for
these new bonds v.as so great yesterday that
the entire amount was sold soon after the fact
became known that the issues were on sale —
a record that ought to satisfy ever>body that
there is an enormous amount of money seeking
Investment. In the afternoon dealings there
were some attempts by the trading element to
teat the strength of the market by putting out
clock, but there were few important reactions,
even heavy realizing sales falling to exert an
unfavorable influence on values. At the close
the chief improvement among the active shares
was shown by Baltimore and Ohio, Consoli
dated Gas, Delaware and Hudson. Missouri Pa
cific, National Lead, Ontario and Western, Nor
folk arid Western, Pennsylvania, Reading, South
ern Pacific, Texas and Pacific and Wabasti pre
ferred. In these issues net gains were above 1
per cent, the greatest improvement being made
by Delaware and Hudson, which gained nearly
C points. The foreign exchange market re
mained firm, while there was no change in
money rates. According to the known move
ment of money in the week, the local banks
have lost in cash over $5,000,000, due to the
large exports of .quid, receipts of currency from
the interior being: largely in excess of ship
rr<*-nis. The receipts, however, were not large
criouch to offset the outward movement of the
yellow metal, which amounted to over $12,000.
000. A factor of importance that ought soon to
have a favorable effect on the foreign exchange
market la the Increasing volume of <-orn exports,
The shipments in th»; current week ing- iaa
heaviest for any one week In four weeks.
In the month of January the amount "f money
in circulation outside of the national Treasury
■showed a decrease of $572,000 as compared with
the preceding month, but In the twelve months
ended January "1 there was an increase of $81,
069.8G4; notwithstanding that in that time the
country shipped nearly $43,009,000 gold in cx
eess of imports of the metal. Of the increase
over $42,000,000 was in gold, and the rest In
natior.al bark notes. With the exec-jnion of a
month ago. the amount of money In the country
Is heavier than ever before in the history of th--
United Htates, ai;d as nur gold production is in
rrea&ing at ji rapid rate there appears to be no
chance; of a period of prolonged stiff rairs for
money im. the future, notwithstanding the de
mands that may be made <.n th<- country for
gold to F:uisT>' foroi^ii requirements. Business
Is rci^j throughout th*> land; there is an excel
lent demand for Investments; and money is mov
ing intc new line-? of trade; yc-t rates for loans
are c*nry, with no prospect of an Immediate ad
var.ee. The banks would welcome a higher
Jev^l in the loan market, and If gold exports
l:«?cp up long enough better quotations will pre
vail; but tho outlook "i- monetary disturbance
Is very poor. Conditions have changed and been
readjusted to un extent in the last two years
hat the money market In this country is reach
ing t:.- stable basis of the London market, and
vh'Ji) from time to time there may be moderate
fluctuations bankers believe that the time of
money market panics has passed. Not many
>•• ■■: ago call money in New-York ran above
3S<» per cent. Probably it will never be Quoted
f<t such a rate again.
BOND MARKET TRADING.
EHNMKNT BONDS.— steady. Final
quotations 'allow:
B'rt. A.-V«?.» . J3M. Ask»4.
v..-\ ;; s .in?.o.rcB AOi-'. )■ "■ IT'S. -• IKt'.cmi. r.-.% Zixi
t:> - . 2«,l»3o.cnj.l<MS J<A !»:.«. <s, lii2.*i.rr«;. t x-1% 1"'.:,
L.«. 35,1905.r«£.1(K% 504% I'.f> Is. 1323.C0U.1301.4 !.'.;ii
T'.rt :«&.1»05.C0U.1C3% 104>i Vhllipplre 4s 10KM —
V.S. «!'.!f<'«.f-.i!.10.»ij — I'lst. i.f C. 2 ss. lIS " Uo ! i
l-.S. 4^.1:..'7.:e^.1'1it, I<W
RAILROAD BONUS.— Market Uf, Total sales
amounted in par value to $5,49!,&tt. against $6,967,000
on Thursday. The fcetiviesi d'alir.cs W4sre in the
Atchison genera! is, Atantjc. Coa»t L-o- Az. ". . 1i -
rnorc :ir.d Oli : o gold 4.-,. Ceintr*il b; Geor«l« ;>, first
fr.d seccr.d iJicoc.et. Ch«svii>cake 2n<l Ohio *VaSi
<"hi<-ago. DurUngtoa ar.i G;i;c,- •<•. C .;• i« >. Rj U
Itland and I'a- !J!c it i;:oii.X 4j. Colorado an i South*
crn flrst <s, Fr> r.mv^r-JV.^ is, Or««b Bay and
Western d*t*nture >s^. IC,jr,»;t.« rrr'y, (Tort Scott
nnd McacpiU* 4s. Mexican L'- : -.trc! Cist Ir.-.-<-'iiies,
JCorfolk \w«'erii ».v Korth«m P&ciiij r,s. Penn
r>-]t-anla convcr^ibl* S'-s. Sr. ;..,■;;?, jr.i.-. Maantiin
.- r. '. Hr>:;thert: 4;», St. »/«»-, | s -\)<-. X.in Fnuidsco r^
!;;r;d:nf: ■Ss. Hi Ul.!i«rij It.-Ilr.-^v /;• ■<• .* ■„ ?,T r ; J c , ; f Pacl!i<;
• •.:.v'-rti'.''c 4.5. V-'AMWii •:-••••.-.' ;:t-._- ;^ ?- Westera
Maryland J * : «•■'• "S\"i»c«p -Iji Ctotral j;e'ierai 4s.
Ant^ricxn Tpt»acci» ■*-• a:.«"l *»-■. Consolidated <;as de»
h^n»'Jr<- ''-•;. Copsolid»«vJ Tobnoco 4s and United
6tx.tcs EUvl St wore ul.-o artlv«.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS.
4000 Japanese 6*::::::6 *:::::: PsH|34ooo KCF 3& M 4a. JJ»
IMO no Bml «• |2IH)W Kan City Bo 35. . .
KIOiKI tin . i>ti\\ IWW <lo ••»'•*
iJSS d" ::::::::: $55! «**> »>•» £ i. & p a;in
88900 do Ctfs 2d Ser. K»UI *■"-"? .. do . . ... •V - \it' .W«%
3<xv do Usv |looi"o X Co tns Btpd
1600 do sml t»s>il «*«<' »*•»
I3IOUO d,, *> i WOO do }■•>
tltMnl «1n U4 7 « >HjiJO do Ut'.*
"■HMMJ do ::::::::::: IMV I.tOUO d 0..; »*»
SOUUO do 1O«% UMOO Lac Gtl Ist i*. ..1
20000 USof M 8a....1W% ;< '' ll ' L ? *_ M :-°: -° 3Vis..in»*
W(H) Jo 10<I1«|1MK>00 do He* UKWfc
120000 do -Is Ctfs Wtt -'""• •?" I>b 4s J!",
HS3 do :::::::::::: ml »«» Leh „• « b oui
41W0 Adams Ex 4s 104 I M-> *'■»<> ]°-'»
r,yi do 103', 3000 do 10**
swo Alb & Su« 6." . . .104,* **« L, & N Cl Tr *• •-,?__
I2IMK) Am Tobacco Gs..lls>t 4000 do Gen 65. . . . . .!£>*»
25CHK) do lift 1 * 1000l > do Unified 45... 102%
16000 do lIS% I"* 0 <!<■> 103
70000 do 118* - 110 " do M ° 4 Mon
18000 do 1154 4 '- ll "
130000 do . ... 115% SSS M M Hy K ? f 4*.. I'"' 2
7000 do 11« i I**o Mcx Cent on 4*. 74
88000 do 4*'... "... 74« 5000 do Ist Inc 23%
63000 do 74H 24000 do 28H
l<i>m do . 741* 30000 do 83%
215000 do ... . 74 V»' 4O °° Mich '' os 1931... 184
«JUNX> A T & S F AdJ > 300»» Mo X & T 2d 4s. 85%
4S4 S Btpd I<6'j I'" 0 " do ■ ss '-*
21090 ■:■' Gen 4s 104* ->' :n "> Mo P Ist Col Ss..l!»ir4
0000 do lOtV ***"• do Trust .«» 1004
4000 do ... 104U 7000 Nut Starch 0s 02
210-"" At Coast 4s 103 1 26000 - ' v C Gen 3H5..100<4
3000 A• N W-5i 11*94 24000 do 100
6000 BA; O Gold 45.. 105 8000 do L S '" 3 '» s - 91 ♦
10C»X» do 104-» 5000 do M
22000 do PL.E & W ! 26000 do Ul>i
V - . .!^...100U ' 1000 N YG&E I. II
22800 do Prior Btta.. 05% w &** 5 »- „■. , 110
10000 do :.:..... mA 4000 X YO & W Ret
24000 do Pwn SM.s. • • »2»; 4s ■ 10 °
3000 B R T <;old Os ll.iv. 10000 Sort *• W Con 4s. 103*;
40(V> do Ref 4s . «4 1 18000 Nor fa.- Gen St.. 77
1000 Can So Ist Bs. . .I<>:;V 1 """ do Er "' IIi»
1000 Cof Oa Con 55.113' i 200") do .*>%
1000 do 8.113U 8000 ,1.. Prior 4» 105»
22000 do 113-4 1000 O8 I. l?t Con f>s. llß*4
81000 do . 114 1«000 do Ctfs Gtd 4!".. 07%
3000 do Ist Inc P2 5000 do 07\
55000 do 2d Ino 70 15000 do 08
10000 do "OH SOOOO do OiTi
7000 do 3d Inc 69 ' 28000 Perm < onvt 3. . 104
16000 do .. ... 604 SOOOS 000 do 104H
2^ooo do 60V SWO do 104^
10000 do. SISF. 60 16600 do 104 Vi
10000 do P» 15<»CK> Peo & X let 45... 09!,
16000 Cent pac Gtd 4.=i.lol»si SOOO do Inc 4s 77Vj
ISOOU C«■ O (i*n 4Vi9..105T» SOOi) do «iH
4ffnr> d.. 109' 4000 Reidlntr Gen 4b.. 1021*
2000 do 10S»i ' 3000 do 102H
UOXM do 10SV 6000 do 102>,4
3000 do Ton 5s HO"* 25000 do j c Col 45.. 100
13000 Chi- & Alt 31-! . 82>4 £000 R W * O 5b 110%
2000 do . . . T. . . 82H ***' St J& G I Ist 04
1000 do ....88 5000 St L. I Mt & So
42000 C B & '.' Jt 4& 10«i\ Ref 4s 95%
MOOO .To ....10(IH 26000 do »s<Si
20000 do 1001* 1.1000 do 95J4
40000 do 100% 4000 do R& G Div 4s Pi-*
24000 do Rer 10" Si 3000 do 97%
10000 do 11l Dlv 3Hs. 06-»|3OOOO St I- &9 F Ref 4s 01} i
4000 C Q I, & C oh Ist 1140001 14000 do 01%
r. s 10SU. 1 26000 do ■ • («H
1000 CM& St P Gen " IMOOO do kVA iS?»i
4« A 112 I WOO do 24 C 104%
1000 do So Minn 65. 11 l I 8000 St li Bwn l»t 4s. 99U
87000 CRI & P R^f 4s M»i 2000 do ■ ■ •• ■ •'»'»
71000 do PS'i 11000 do Con 4« 62*
14000 do K1 » MOO do 24 Inc $i%
40000 do i f'*" 3 * '000 da .■»
3iKX> do Gen 4? I"*". 1 * 6000 So C& Ga Ist. . 100V4
46000 do RR 4s BL>S 12000 So Pao Cl Tr 4s. . f>«H
BOM do »2*il 5000 South Ry Ist 55..110\
68000 do ........'. .... 62HJ1«000 do - •■}]%$
.'.OOO do Cl Tr r.s ... 97 ' .1000 do ■ • -I™*
1000 Chic Tor Tr 45.. 07 • RWO do St L. Wril. Mi
SOOOO do Coup off .. 05 10000 Stand P. & T fls. . 44
1000 City C (ft st L 25000 do 1nc..... < 2
CXV & M 45. . . OS4 O<VX> Tex * Fae 2-1 99
18or,n Col &SO let 4*.. (mi% 3000 do 90S
2000 do 90*4 ' 1000 do 100
14000 do .. 01 120000 Third Aye Con 4s. 95>»
1000 do .'.; !'IV 4000 TStL.& W4- M
mono do 91** 1 »XK> do S3*i
f,2onr, do 92 20000 do 3>»s 00%
10000 Col r& I Convt - I 10000 Und Elec T, 8? (|o^
.■;. Ctfa R*? 8 ' 7000 do $J9'i
mo.To do R7 15000 do ;"•:••,£,
SnOO Col Mid Ist 45.. 74% Pr^t Union Pac Ist 45.10.>} 4
6000 do 74V4|10000 do 1O5»
10000 Con Gas Deb 65. 1*0 117000 do Convt 4s 122^
COOO do 179% 23000 do 122S
25000 do IPO 180000 do 123^4
2000 Con Tob 4s WM» ; 21000 do 122
40000 do SI |26«KV> do 122-.,
8000 Con C, Ch Ist 6a.10R% 19000 do 122 V*
lfiOf.o D & R G Con 4s.lol*i|llsOoo do 122%
10000 Det South 4a.... S2 1 ir.<n"H> do 1^2%
lOWO do 64 !2.V»00 do ■••JS.i
2.-.000 do O Dlv 45... 024,137000 do J23J4
16000 do 92^4 67000 do 122» 4
KUXK) do 93 I 1000 d-» Reft.... 121
f.'tOO Dlßt See Cor ss. 70* i 13000 V R R of S F 4s. 89
MOO do so 12000 do «m
10000 E TV & G Con I 3000 do ■ *9W
Ist Sa 122 I 7000 do S9V 4
25000 Erie Convt 45...103H '000 do ;-*52,,
r.(X*\ do m4i 1 34.^000 V S Steel s F ss. 037-4
IMOO do 104 «SOOO do 03%
3000 do P»nn CT 4s ' 11000 do Vil" of
IROOO do »V4| 1000 T' SH * Ref 65. . ?4
10000 do 95 I 6000 US R & Imp .Is. 05
1000 Ft \V &r» C Ist. im 2 l 10000 do 90
5000 Ga & A let Con ' 0000 do . . 7": ........ .9514
Bj ..113'il 5000 Wahash Ist 5s . .119
1 2000 Gr Bay Deb B . . . 28H1 ROOOft do Deb B «0 T 4
••4.- . . (In . 23%' 20000 do 60* i
•>oiy» do 24 ! fi.V>ort do 70
10000 <V, ' 23% 35000 do 70»;
Ijcnoi-) An ?SOOO do i' l^
3r»M do 22^41 46000 do 704
18000 do 22»ilSW!0r> do My
SHOW do ... 28 41000 do 70*;
5000 do 22-4 1 ftOOOO do 704
1000 Hock V Ist 4»--s.IT», SWOftft "UVst Md 4s 03
5000 do :.. 1 22000 do o^^i
1000 H*• T C Gen4<". BTA4 ! 6EAOO do »*4
2Oivi 111 Cent 4a JHR3.IOBHI .V)O TVei»t 9»i 4k He". .100
I(W> do L. Dlv 3>' 2 «. '■''• ' 14000 TV T'n F& R E..103
SOOO Irt -<•• (3t N 2d...Ki < 2H! 1000 do Cl Tr Ps 111
noon in 102 T s' ""oo "W v C& p Ist. lll
T.C.W An ' 103 I SOOO W&I- E Ist i"on
2000 do 34 79 ' 4s J? s
.V-(Vi Tnt ?t<am P 85..104.i! 1000 do 04» 4
ir.ooo XC F &M 4s Oft ' 2RfiOO TVls Cent Gen 4s. 04
l.V*V> ' rto . . 00i,4! .-;onft do 044
5000 di MX4I 5000 do 04«-{
10000 rlo 00% I WOO do 04
Total sales of bonds. fTi.491,600.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
■London. Feb. 3. 4 p. m.— The market for American
securities was active nnd generally firm. Last quo
tations Follow:
London New-York New- York
cUw*. equl\-«lent. rinse. Ch'RS.
Anaconda 5% 110 10« +*
Atchison 01 RS *« R<»H •+■ Ji
Canadian Paolflc 13- 1 * 184% 184J4 -4- H
c t Paul IRI 17«S l"'*
Erie 4614 •»■*'«■ 4". 7 + l i
do l«t pref "2% so% son _H
Illinois Central 1«"U lM*i 15fiH +*
I.oulsvill«. A- Nashville... 141 137% 137^ — 4
New-York Central 152 14S'i 14R% — #
r-nncylvanla 71's 139U 13»J4 -
neadtng 47' i 02% 82% — H
Southern Pacific <V<\ fi7>; fiHH + %
Union Pacific 125% 122% 122£ + H
United States Steel 31 1 4 30H 30% 4- V,
do pret 97% 95% 04% + %
FOREIGN MONET MARKET.— CaII money In
London. ZTi2 l per cent. Open market discount rate
for short bills, Vii per cert; long: bills. 2% per cent.
Berlin discount rat". 2 per cent. Berlin exchange
on London, 20 marks 49 pfennigs. Paris discount
rate. : 7-1 C per cent. Paris exchange on London, 23
franca 15 centimes.
FOREIGN* SECURITIES.— British consols for
money. S8 9-16: for th* account. S$* 4 . French rentes,
99 francs 7»(. centimes.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— <>n call opened, at 2
per C r t; highest, 2 per cent; lowest, l i per cent;
last loan, 2 per cent: close, 1*462 per cent; ruling:
rate, 2 p*r cent. Time- money was quoted at. 3
p*r cent tor sixty to ninety-days, 31?S'i per cent for
four and five month?, and,3^i per cent for six
months. Commercial paper was quoted at SVz'cj/l
per cent for sixty to ninety day?. Sf49<K per cent
for four to six months and V/ 2 per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Market closed firm.
Actual cloEinc rates follow:
Cables. Slcht. Sixty days.
Ftcrlln* 4.S7VJ 4.Bb®4.SSH 4.Mj-»iQ4.85%
Franca *5.15 D.lfi 1-16t;r..15 *5.17ViV0.17H
lie!<-hFinarks 95 7-16 •...'.:,?.:--.: 04% #04 15-18
G-Jilders; — 4f'«i,'iH"7 -li; 403-lC»4o'.i
•r^-.s : id
Bankers' posted rates were:
I Sixty 'lavs. liemar.l.
Sterling 4.88% 4.59
Parlj .'.ins. .*•:■;■, 5.14H
Switzerland francs .*>. L.i r « B.l.'i^j
Belgium franc* ..'. r. Ik'- 4 8.15%
Germany reichsinarka '■>:,' ', '.<- L t
Holland guilder* 40% 40%
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. — New-Orleans—
mercial. The premium: bank, $' premium. San
Francisc.">— Sight. 7>^o: tc-legrapli. 10c. Boston— Par
and 5c discount. Chicago— 2jc premium. Charleston
Buying. 60c discount; selling, $1 premium. St. Louis
— We bid, 50.- asked. Minneapolis— sl premium. Cin
cinnati—2ic 'premium. Savannah— Buying, 50c dis
count: selling, 75c premium.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New-York — Exchange*.
J324.402.C65; balances, $15.«3.1G6. Chicago— Exchanges,
133,334,1*3; balances, tt.ifl.lSi. Boeton— Exchansres,
f:8.:?27,656; balance*; $3,712,171. Baltimore- Hxohang»-s.
J4.MG.S2*; balances, J'M7,<rj4. PhlladelphiH.— Ek
char.Ef-s, tW.587.776; balances, $3,502.41-2.
SILVER M.ARKET.-Har silver. f.i'j.;; Mexican
silver ../1. 1: 20.2 0. Ear ellver In London closed at
2SV,d.
GOi.l.' PKlvillUM.r-jn Madrid, 31.«; LUboa, IC.
MEXICAN EXOHAXC . :■'- .-.v «xehang« on
New-York i<= r t uoied a f 3f'J.
GO V 7r ' *•* C -" ;T RECE! P TG. - - !.'<,; it om* receipt s
repotted from Washington! BM8.&: .. |et«rn^ reve
nue rec* ipts, 1714.137; miscellaneous receipt?. $!20.uV>.
Receipts for th' day, |1,61/>,742; endJturee. t»*o,.
NEW-YOKE DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. FEBBUABY 1 1005.
000. Receipts for th* month to <lat»>. J8.133.755: ex- '
pondltures. $4.810,0W; excess of receipts, $3.«23.756.
Receipts for the fiscal year to date. $329, 433.893; f-x
nendlturcs. ?3i»4.4fi7A*<); excess of expenditures. $24.
873,107.
BUB-TRBASURY.-Tho Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the Clearing House $1,052,727. : .'. -.ii '
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Shares I I- —Actual Bales J-Clo«tnK—
■old- I ■■ I Open I High I w.| Kin. I Bid. i Ask.
(Adams Express. I — — I — — . 210 250
1 Albany & .Sus...[ — — I — — -J^a i —
3iN' Allln Chalmers .[ 15<j 1.V,, 16% 1.-,', i:,< 4l 15' i
1 «Jo pjei I — 1 — — — . M 88
52.«i0| # Amjl Copper. . 74" 4 j 7.')',; 7-Oi ~i\ 74H1 7414
•j Am Ayr cti. m. . 1 — I .—. — — I — I 21 I —
100 j ■ do p»cf BtH| 09% W,4| B»H| W> I 01
1.700 j Am tar&F'tlryi 33>d| 335 l 33 1 3i% S3H 33',i
-Ot'i (1., pref , 03 1 1(3 1 DX%| IU-* \Ti\i 03Vi
2.3»K>|Amer Cotton Oil] 84 1 :!4\, «3^l a-i-^, .i-i 1 -!, ;»»
. 'i" prof i -- — — 1 -- 10 1 l»7
Amer t>\m T. 1. . — — — — 3'> I 88
20O|Ajner 8xpr«5a..|234m285 234H 23S 23>; 84U
liv'Ani Gr lwlne..| 11 ,11 11 1 11 H^;| ll'i
iiio.An. Hide & 1,... 10,,1 Iw^l luial lUH l«'i| 1«» V»
•*"", do prel j 47-« i4S 47V 47T» 47\| 4«>
I •American Ice.. t>'%i W 4 \ VVii U^j »''.■» OH
1.0001 'do prel 4l>v» 4<>» 4 , 40',,! 4U' 4 40'« *••„
120 ♦Amcr Linseed.. HVij I."'^, ITVtI '' v ii lti',*| l' : a
— - ! 'do pref , — ,_. 1 — „- j4O i 42
4.125| 'Am Locomotive! BtJ\| 37?» 36% | 37 37 3iU
84<il 'do pref |llU\llUi'!»illuu|ll«>U 110 llVr*
lU^i'Amer Malting.. 1 7^j. 7H, 7Vt, 7'j, 7 ; 7%
IW| 'do pref L't»'* ; aj'. 4 l 2.1 iBB , 2U 2tiVi
D,'iW *Air.er Mnolliiur. ; Mi I Sli^l Mi I Mlii Mi Ml •
2.0".»O ; «do prof Ill) MifltllUtifcjUU lltl%illU
'American Snuff] — -- j — 1-- ; lSu lls.i
— — Mo l»ref , — — — — : ma-,, WTi
2uO|Am Steel F"dry. 15« 154 i.-,v 15U 15', I 1:.
700! do pref...; «1 ( i;i , «1 , HI 1 81 | >.l's
'Amer Sugar. ...\l4'J% 142% 142% 1142% 142% 14.:*
: *do pref — -- — — 188 1140
Am Tel & Cable — — —'I "— 1»4 *<i
— - Am Tel & Tel.. — — -- 1 — 144 14;
1.600 Am Tob pr new. :n\ I>s»j 04% 054 — —
3. 'Airier WooUeß. •£; | 24-», 28 124 |21 IM'i
— — , Mo nrff i — — 1 — 1- - j 8i) : v!)!,
I,3oo 'Anaconda [106 108% 108 , 10S ; 10S \\ib\t
r (Ann Arbor I — I — j — , — 32 |35
«lo pref 1 — 1 -- I — I — I &l 1 '.'.
1001 Aebo Mer Ist pf. 07'» 97'il J»7'i, «7>4| *t\\ oi'4
B.4iii> Atchison I*B% 88% X.', 63% bSHI s: 3
2,400| do pref j ll>;t''«|lo2*i|Utt > k|l<U l' 4l '4 lOJVi 102%,
aoOIAtl Toast Line..|l2l>t|l22 ,121', 124—1 —
48,VtM> Ball *i Ohio jUK „ H)3-l s , l<U> kl l<ioVi 100'» 105>i
35 do pref i 07 | 97 , l»7 , 07 j 07 ! 07 ' i
. Boston A L pi... ■ — I — - - I-- 105 I - -
8.860 B*Ujm Rap Tr.. 61',i 01«(, &V, 6<>V 60»i 61
■ - B-klyn Vn Gas.. ______ 203 210
— 1 Brunswick 1 — — — — ]iv«: 12
Buff R & Pitts. — — — — 150 ,157
— — I do pref | — — — — UW> 103
1 Buff & Bus pref. I — — — — Ml 1 6U'4
200 'Eutterlck C 0... 60 60 60 60 90 |03
— [Canada South...] — — — — 70 ,71
9.4oo! Canadian raclrlc,lß4% 135 134' i 134H!1341» 134%
— C*bo Am Tel. -- I — 1 — — 117 111''^
2.625 Central of N J..J200 205'^ 10»*i 205 203 ;2<>4
14,P00!Chcs & Oftlo i 50% .w«,| 60»i C«%, 60% r.«i»;
700 Chicago A Alton 42^4 43H 4H, ; 43VH 42 4. - l
1 do prrf I— j — • I■— rI — Ibo to%
' ICh & B 111 pref — —I — j — 130 142
— 1 Chic Bur & Qy. — —I — — 210 250
21.600jChtc Ot West... 23% 24V; 23% 23« i 23H 33%
300| do pref A ] 07V4 67>4i «r7 67 j67 '68
1.300 do pref B : 30 36% H5% 38 Sfi T », 364
[ do deb I — — — I — 86%j 89
Ch Ind & 1., pf.. — — — 1 — 70 186
18.000 Chic Mil &St P 177 177\ 176% 177H 177% 1 177%
200 : do pref. 189 1809* i 189 180% , Ifcß 16' »
1.500 do pref 243 242 1241 241 ,240% 241%
100 IChStP M& O 207 207 207 207 , 203 ,207
400; do mef 205 205 205 205 203 210
1.r.20 Chic Term Tr...; 17 : 17% 17 17% 17%| IT
Bat do pr«f 30 131 ,30 804 304 ! ill
7,100 Chlo Union Trac| IS% 13% 1 13 13%: 13 13%
6,450 do prsf 62% 64 61 624 62 6a
700 C C C & St L... 08% COT, Oyi; 09Vt "U'i 01*4
i do pref — — — j — 115 120
Clev Lor & Wh. — — — I — 1 85 96
600 do pref 106% 100 106% 100 107 100
Clev & Pitts.... — — — j — 165
1.000 Col Fuel & Iron 47 I 47% 46%, 47% 47 47%
6,525 Col & Southern. 26% f 26% 20 26% 26 204
700 do Ist pref 63%! 64 1 63% 63% 63 64
4.200 da 2d pref 384 30% 354 38% 88>4 38%
200 Col & H C & Ir 17% 174 17% 17% | 164 17
,Com Cable — — — — 210 —
IConsol Coal — — — — 173 ) —
8.800 Consol Gas 202'j 2044 2024 204 203V1 204
'Cent Tob pref.. — — I — — 1 133 135
420 Corn Products.. 20 20 | 20 20 1 20 | 20%
200 do pref I 764 764 76Vi| 704 76 I 704
26.400 Del £ Hudson.. 188 . IP4'-*: 188 i 1034 . 103^ 1034
225 Del Lack & XV. 857%|35S 357% 358 369 300
•400 Deny & Rio Gr. ! 33-» 33% 33 , S3Vi S3 i 33%
3.000 do pref....' 188 \ 88% 87T4 87%; 87% 68
. De» M&Ft D. — — — I — 123 27
i Detroit Gas |-- — — — 73 |80
2.1*0 Detroit Southern 8% 8% 7% 7% 74 8
, do prel ! _____ 83 34%
Det United R R| — — — — 77 78
- Diamond Match.! — — — - - 134 188
2.100; »Dist Securities. 36' i 30% 86<4 36% Bi'»% 36%.
3.&10 *Dul So S & Atl 15? i 15'» 144 14% I*% 16
3.766 «do pref |35 :88 i3l 32%; 32% 32%
48.750 Erie 444 44% 44 44% 444 44%
4.620 do Ist pref 80%' 81 j SO4 81 80 4 81
1.100 do 24 pref 66% 664 j 0«%; 66% 664 6614
Evans & T H. — — I — I — I 69 71
do pref — — J — I—l 80 {*»
2.100; Federal II & S.. 63 644 68 I 64% 63% 64
7»0 do pref 704 81 j 794 80% 80% 81
/ 100 'Ft WAD City 4rt%' 464 464 | 46% 43% 60
Gen Chem C 0... — I — 1 — I — I M 60
; do pref - I-- — I — 1014 1024
POO Gen Electric Co 188% 1864 166% 1864 1 186 186%
200 Gt Northern pf. 250 250 250 260 |248 252
-no Hoekln* Valley. 90%; 01 VIO4 f»l | 90% VI
400! do pref | 91% 02 HI", 91% 014 61%
- — Homest&ke ] — I — — — 714 73%
3.064 Illinois Central. ,156%; 157 156% 156% 156% 1564
1 .do Leased L. . — — — — 104 —
200; Int Paper. ...... 21 !21 20% 20% 20% 21
165 do pref 764 764 764 764 76 . 76H
l,7oo|'lnt P0wer...... 73% , 744 73% 74 | 73% 74
300 Int Pump 38 • 38% 38 884 354 89
, do prsf.. _____ iB6 as
4.800 lowa Ceitral.... 30% 32 80% SI 30% 31
1,100 do pref ... 68 68% 67%. 57% 57% 57%
- — Kana & Mich... — — — — ! 36% 8S
1,500 Kan City South. 31 31 80 30% 30% 1 31
6,600 do pref........ 66% G7 6fi% 66% 654 65%
--KCFS &Mpf j — — — — 82 824
Keok & Dcs M. . — — — — 15 18
• { do Dref i — — — • , — 47 . 51
■ Knlckilce of Ch — — — — 10 12
do pref — — — — «0 63
Laclede Gas pf. — — — — P.". ;ino
L E &• "Western. j — — — — 884 40
— - j do pref I — — — — 90 102
— — Lake Shore — — — — 300 . —
6,325 Long- Island , 60 654 60 644 05 66
8.630 Louis & Nash... 187% 138% 1374 188 13* 135%
- - Man Beach — I — I — , — |12 14
l<oo Manhattan -E1... i 170% 170% 170 170% 170 1704
- -Md Coal pref... I — — — — 115 —
2.200! -Mc-t Sec Subs. . 7R"4i 75% 78 , 76% 1 784 7^»
0.900 'Met Street Ry. 117% 1174 116 116% 116% 117
I.Boo' Mexican Central 2_4 22 », 22% 22% 22% 22%
<Xi Michigan Cent.. 135' i 135 1 185 ; 135 — —
200 Minn i St L... 60 I 00 I 60 60 I 68 1 60
, do pref........ — — I— — 88 90
2.R00 (M( M St P&■S S M 1004 1014 10" 100 100 100%
300 do pref 1614 161% 160% 160% 160% 160%
700 Mo Kan & Tex. 32 ; 324 32 32 31T> 32
2.150 do pref 167 67 604 C 6% [ 6614; 664
62.250 Missouri Pacific. 1074 100 107% 108% 108% 108%
Morris A Essex. ' — — -- ; — .I^4 188
100 Nash & Chat.... I*s 145 145 145 142 150
71". 'Nat Biscuit I 54T4 65 64% 55 64% 56
! "*To" pref — — • — — 116 116%
1 Nat Enam & St. I — - — -- 19% 2i>
-. ~_| do pref — — —/■—' 87 92
16.7001 ' National Lead. 28 : 204 28 28% 28 ' 294
800 'do "ref 104 '. 104% 103% 1044 103% 104%
8.400 N R R of M pf 42% 43% I 42% 43% 43 , 43%
100 ,la 2d rref ; 28% 28% 234 33% 234 23%
New Cent Coal. — — -- — ,42 45
'NY Air Brake _ — — -- 154 158
14,000 N V Central . 140 149% US 1454 14Si. 149%
100 N V Ch & St L. 40% 464 464 46% | 45% 46
do Ist pref — — — — 112 117%
100 do i'd pivf.:... 77% 77% 77% 77% 77 78
N V Dock _____ 2 26
1 do pref — — -- — 50% 60%
NI" Lack SaXV. — — — — 134 13S
80 'N V & N J Tel 170% 170% 170% 170% 1 1704 174
1.106 N V N H & H.|2<»1 7 , 207 300% 206% 206 2074
26.700 NY Ont & XV.. 44% j 45% 44' ,; 45 44 » 45
22.350 Norfolk & Wart 804 81% M>4 814 81% 81%
2001 do pf ii 2 p.- 934 94% 934 04' 4l 03 ,80
iiOO; North ' American 104% 104% 104 (104 ! 104 104%
1 Ontario. Silver. ----- 3% *\i
4 200 Pacific Coast ' 90% 97 !94 194 94 95
400 do Ist pref 106% 107 1064 107 107 108
800 do 24 pref..... i 984 '07 95% 95% : 934 95
000 Pacific Mall 444 444 44 44% 44 | 444
181.000 Perm R R ' 139% l 140% 1394 1404 1404 140%
P.'orla & East.. I — — — 1 — 131 133
1.200 Poo Gas & Coke 10741107% 107% 107% 1074 107%
100 Pere. Mar pref.. 88% i 8641 80% 86% — —
600 1 1' Cc&St L. BS% 62% 82 82 814 K2
i do pref -- — 1 — — 108 112
IP Ft W & Ch.. — — I — — 183 —
_ do special — —I— — 179
700 Preneed Ktl Car. 35% 86% 35% 35% 38 36%
100 d,-. pref 90 iOO {..> JV) 90 904
279 Pullman P Car. 243 243 243 243 244 246
Quicksilver .... — — — I-- I 1%
- ■ do pref I — — • — — 3% j •*>
250 R R Securities.. 934 08% 03% 03% o<l ' 4 OT.
r»oo|'Ry Btt.Sprlns:. 33% 33% 33% 33% 33% 33%
100 <'.o pref "4 94 !94 »4 \VI \94
280 .-500 ! Reading ' 92% 054 92% 94% 94% 84%
3«1 I do in pref... ' «»a%| 934 03%' 934 or. , 95%
1,100 do 2-1 pr»f.' ... '91 02 91 92 91%] S3
. |Rens * ?ara.... : — — — —li 306 .! —
7001 *Rep Iron & Stl 1 1641 16% 164 16% Ifl4 16%
100 'do pr^f. . ..' «l I « ! 0 !fO '69 ] 6R% ' il!i
80.900 Rock Island!.... 35 i 35% 84% SSU 354 35*4
2.000' do oref ' 80% 82% 80% 81% 81% 82
' Rome W A O||<l . — - -- - 1344 137
800 'Rusher Goods.. 26 ' 23V, 25% 25% 254 26
- 1 Vo r.ref I - -- -- — ' I*4 >•«
- - 1 Rutland It Rpf - — — — 60 i7O
300lSt .los & CM 1.. 174 17% 174 17% ! 174 17%
I,ooo' do in pref... ; 57»« M% 57% 58% 58 58%
2,800 '!■■> 2d prrf 2* I 25% » 2s ' 27% -" ; 2
300! St LAS F Ist pf, 7--.4 179 I 78% 79 !79 80
1 2.2001 <»o 2<l j.r-.' ! 7_ 1 7.': V 72 ' 72',, 724 72%
do CA E I cts — — — — 170 i 175%
1 do prof — — — ~ 128 1135
l.n.lo!St I/>uls Southw 2«'« 20<i 25% 26% 26 26%
1 mm. do prrf rtl", 61% 61% 61% ni4 «l%
|Slr»«B-Sh St A Ir -- -- -- — 61 ' ftt%
.do pref ' — — — — 102 104
! 3».2. r .O Southern . raoific 67% 67% 67 67% 67% \ t!7V t
2000 do fref 1H« ll"'4!l1 % US' 1 * 11S% U«H
28400 Southern R 1t... 34' iBB I 84% 344 34% I 34%
lliOOl do pre' : »7%| 98 i 97% 86 974 9S
d.. M & O ctfa -- ■ — -- — ■ 86% OK
3oo!etand Rope & T 1% 1% l -4 1% 1% 1%
KflftTenti Coal .*.- Ir. 72 72% 71% 72 72 ' 724
12H.o!Texas A Pacific. 88 :(•»'•' »»% "«Vi I 564 86%
'200 do Land TlU»t 38U 88%! 88% 88%] 39 40
Third Aye nU. — — ' — — 126 130
ITol Peo & XV... — — I — — 17 204
Tol ny & XlKht — — — — ! 22% 23
060 Tol St L* West nr.4 36% ."-•>- M% ::;.% a;\
2.M01 <<> pr»f. • ..I !■•■"•'.' •"■-"-! SSH ■» I -'.4 jM%
825]Twln City R Tl 103% 195% 106% ]>»U
- 'inion Hbk a Hi'— \— ~ " ! i" : . ««H
l«fii mo ? ff 74 I 7* I 74 I 74 I 70 ' 7::
o\4<K):i;nlon Pacific.. I-"!"- 123% 122X4 122% 123
100! .:,, prtf B7HI »>"• I D7«4 f ! 7=. 974 RM4
124 ;>, rtv Invest... 38 ' 20 • 20 I 20 ' 2«. i _!>
I. AM do pref 74. 7.-. I 7j'.. 75 ' 74% 75
1,70OI»it-s C I V & r 35% l 26% l 2Mt W. 2.'.", -'■■.«.:
(100 „!.. r.ref.. ..... 8»Hl Wl I **>%] Rfl ' v-.\l Mi
■',H7 •• S Bxpreaa.... 128 [180 Ilia lino i:'> IKtH
FCvni-f s leather...) 14' i! 14», 14 I 14 | 11 I 14%
4 -:..-.i ».to nt'r 104 1 * Hl4l, | itn*;lio.-i!i4HfKHiiiii3%
t, •■■»■■' V P !!v * Imp.! WV W ! *2M-j M\ M jMI
r.- •>■ < •:.:■ ■■-. .. :••■•■» an%! W»% 3.;%! 3f1% an%
io;.| ,;.. T t<- ll'' 1 " I!"" ' i (| " [ion 100 lionu
SS.rttVi'U.r'B si»"i 1 "•" - '■'• so '- I '■'■'■'■■ anu' 80%
"2«00! 't'.o 1.,'-'. . . . ' id*! '.•■*'. '■'!'. 9."U! 0*»-i I (..".1..
2 -■>■■ \>-CAt« Cn*ra::i m 3*'m 3 *' :■.:.•;■ :"i 4 ! *n%\ n%t vxu,
- 25T! d-'v tin/ ... llo« I 1:«S in*. ids ins lOS%
fa iron C & C.j - \ '■ ~ I i.. ! 42',
st.i. \<:,),. , . ' :"J\ »HI ri!\' a I :>.; ! 2SV
0 400! 'If. r— •■ .... !45 ! 41J14 48 I 46% l 45%! 4H
1 Well* yi-nr, F*. I — !-- -- — |2iO 251 l
liii.'U..! lii'mi .Ti»ll MS W'i J»2% P24! 92% 92*1
!00!Wettlnrh Mfr . I-*" [IM |lM 180 11T»1 1T» if«.
1 *r, im i' ' f 1-• •. • ----- 'mr» 104
...Jj^-he^l A- 1. E... - ' I — I jn ; ir>-",
,V.o! 110 l»t r>ref . I 47% I 47% I '■ ■ , • 17',! 47 I (7 .
SOT 4*24 rrff.,..! ■"'• I '» I ■''. m, 2T'. a -_7\
TOAiWlKcoaain Cent. I 8.141 28% l2< I 2-.' 4 23 I r>lii
BSB An nr*f I -OT<I 51% 50 T » | a] | CO4! , 2
1,412,880 Tf»»al sm!ee for toe da;-. 'Unlisted. tUx dividend
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Ehare» | | Or« n- I High- I Low- I Last
•old. I I Ing. i e»i. I eat. 1 aale.
83.0301 Anial Copper . . .1 74S ! »%| »4*| 74' i
Am Ice . B*k « 7 *i •% «**
206 do pref I 4fl'i *OT» 40 ; 40
70 Am Bmeltlnst.... •"«* MJ* 515 ,, **„
270 Am Sugar I 142\ 142H 142H 1424
8.520 At Trip * 8 V. . 88% » I «**i «7S »>
2.870 Bait & Ohio lO4H 105U lot 1 -, 10:.H
1.3M1 rtklyn Ran Tr. . . «lV 81% <V>V '"■"'»
280 tan Pacific | 18."> ! n.">S 134'nj i:*.4 l i
MX) ! <'hes A Ohio ; 60H 80% .V>'« BOVi
240 Chi fc Alton I 4241 4.1 42Jfc 43
' 340 Chi Ot West 23 '» 24 i 2:;'*, 23%
3.t>20 Chi Mil ASt P. 177H! 177% 17(lSl 177H
\ 30 Chi Term Trans. 17V 17's 17H| 17*
-80 Chi T'nlon Trac. 14 I 14 j I.IU I*'«
820 Col Fuel & 1... 47'» 47U 47 47
lKiCnl Southern..;. 2R'4 2« V 4V 4 2<J , i"l
100 Del .* Hudson.. lt>o»* ! lt!O»i | IS*'\ | 11(0%
17.8001 Erie 4-"* 44H1 41 I 44*»
880 111 Central 158% UWII 13rt'i| IRC 7
M0!I>Mil» & Nash.. 157% 13H | 137S 13>>»
2.070 [ Mcl Strtet 117 1 * 11714 lift** llrt^i
20! Met Sfcuritl»-J<. .. 75«4 ; 7(»'i TS% 7S- t
lOOiMea Central 22 : 22 M 22 ' 22 '»
210 Mo X & T prer.. «7'» r.7',. 'Mi ' fA\
S.MO ; Mn Pacific ! I"7', MB ' 107 l k| 11-nT»
700] Nat I>n-1 1 »% 29H 2&%\ ?!>
, 200 N V Ontrnl 14f> I 149 14S l » j US'*
I,7W)JN V CM * XV . 44H 45 U ' 44% 4 - .
SAO'Korr & West 80'» St 1 . I BDH si'»
30 ! Pacifl.' Mall 44 1 : 44«4! 44 Wj 44'»
24,5201 Pennsylvania ... 13!>V 140 V,; 13!>'/ij 14O'»
100 People' h .Jus.... 107': I 1079* JO7 : a 10f%
10 PressM St Car.. 3.-.\ 3?>\\ W% 8»%
226.310 neadirir ' |i3'* 05S »3 94 T 4
10 Hop Steel I I<l% 10?» 18% |»%
3e.f>7(> R.>lc Island | B.l*i Ss*t 34?»| 25.4
r.O st L, Southwest . . '.« 2<l j 2*i i 28
40 do t-ref 62 1 f.2 1 62 • «2
8.140 Southern Pae... «7»t, 67**[ 88% C7S
2.730 Southern Ry 1 a 4' »'> i •''•4 1 *; 34* i
10 «tan.l R & T '. I T* IT41 T 4 ' I* | I*
ISO Tean coal & 1.. 72 "4 7- >:*: * | 71%.! T2»*
*Ui. Texas Paclflc... 3.% 3t>Hi 34 \ I 3B1»
35.420 Union Psctfle.... 122»«; 123»ii| 122% 122 7*7 *
840 U 8 Leather 14' 3 »S| 14 '«1« 1 14 Sk
210 do pref 103% | 104 j 10.17* 104
2" I" 8 Rubber 37 I "7 L -".7 81
4.270 t: S Steel 30Vi 30? i , SOU 3O I **
17.800 do pref I* 1 . I***! JMS| Mil
4Mi Wabash 22%,' 23 22% ; ?3 l 4
688-1 do pref 44%. 46'»; 44%, 4'i 1 *
432.263 Total fairs. '
MINING STOCKS.
Shares ! I Op»n- I HUh- I Low- I Last
sold. ! I Ing. I ent. ! est. ) sale.
6001 Brunswick i .07 I .07 I .07 .07
300 1 Caledonia j .70 ! .70 ..0 .70
1.009 Cometoes 10. | -to .00 , .ou
_87!C On Cal & Va. . 1.78 , 1.90 1 1.75 | 1.90
6iX>< 'ripple Ck Con. . .13 .13 .13 .13
1,000 Gold Dollar Oft .08 | .0» .0»
600 L*advllle 04 .04, | .04 , .04
300 Uttle Chief 08 .05 | .06 | .05
800 Phenlx ".2 i .12 j .12 , .12
400 Potost 12 : .12 .12 I .12
100 Union «_ .62 .«2 I .62
600 Work 1« .10 I . •»« • .16
500! Yellow Jacket... 1 .27 ■-» I .27 i .23
6,187 Total Fale*
WHEAT.
Sales. I I Open- ! High- I Low- I Last
Du*n. I I Ing. I eet. I eat. | »ale.
450.000! May option |$116T»|*117 |»1 16H|$1 1«H
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN* TRADING.— Foreign houses dealt in
60.000 shares in the local market, mostly purchases.
In the London market consols were steady, and
the foreign government bonds a trifle lower. The
general market was without important change.
The only Importint development in the money
situation was a reduction In the price of bar gold,
doubtless indicating a cessation In the Paris de
mand for the metal.
COMMISSION HOUSE BUSINESS. A well
known commission house broker said yesterday:
The commission houses in Wall Street report
that public interest in the stock market is grow
ing, with the indications that whatever restraint
may still be felt by the public will soon depart
altogether. The steady development of strength
in the market and the continued Improvement in
general business conditions have inspired confi
dence, not alone in current values of securities,
but also In the prospect for a further advance in
quotations. The probability Is that the "winter
rise" in stocks has hardly more than begun! and
it will be facilitated by the increasing supplyj and
growing ease of money. The outlook is for a, far
greater accumulation of money in New- York and
at other financial centres this spring than ever be
fore, and with an abundance or money there can
not be any effective obstruction of the upward
movement in stocks.
BEEF TRUST BUYING.— An interesting report
in circulation In. Wall Street was that the con
tinued liberal buying of Chicago Great ' Western
represented In part, at least, a move to increase the
holdings of the stock by the Beef Trust interests,
which have long had important, transportation
contracts with the road. It.was said that the beef
interests were fortifying themselves against possi
ble changes in 1 the control of other railroads In the
West, -by which they might be disadvantageous^
affected. The Great Western runs from Chicago to
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Council . Bluffs, Omaha. St.
Joseph. Leaven worth arid Kansas City, so that It
reaches the important packing house and distribut
ing points in the West.
JANUARY CLEARINGS!— Bank clearings ■at
ninety-four cities for January, as reported to "Brad
street's," aggregate the largest sum ever reported
in that month, but are smaller than those of De
cember ■ last year. The total clearings at ninety
four American cities' for January aggregated $11.
784,878.994, a gain ,of 25.8 per cent over January a
year ago, but a decrease of 7.4 per cent from De
cember. 1904. This is the first time in five years
that the January total has fallen behind that of the
preceding December. Compared with January, 1903,
the last month's clearings show a gain of 6.8 per
cent; the Increase . over January, 1902. Is 11.4 per
cent and the gain over January, 1901, Is 10.3 per cent.
CURRENCY MOVEMENT.— reported move
ments of currency this week indicate a loss in
cash held by 'the banks of $5,479,500. They received
from the interior $12,7*4,500 and sent to the interior
$5,856,000, including . about $3,500,000 national bank
notes sent to Washington for redemption. The gain
from the interior was $6,928,500. The total gain
from the interior. $6,928,500, and new gold, $1,313,300,
was $8,271,800; deducting this from'- the loss by gold
exports. $12,131,400, and on Sub-Treasury operations
proper. $1,613,100. in all $13,751,300, the net loss was
$5,479,500. .;..,.. "
CANADIAN PAClFlC— Canadian Pacific in 1903
sold at 145, against 134 at present. It was then on
a 5 per cent dividend basis, and no valuable "rights"'
had been given to the stockholders. It now pays 6
per cent dividends, and within a year has given
privileges valued marketwise at more than $12 a
share. The company's business is large— in fact,
the greatest in its history- and the net earnings,
after allowing a most liberal expense account, are
equal to fully VI per cent on the capitalization.
GRAIN fclXPOßTS.— "Bradstreet's" reports the
exports of wheat, including flour, for the week at
145.358 bushels, against 1,101.587 last week and 2.604.
226 last year. Since July 1, 40.057,133 bushels, against
101,351,344 last year, Corn, 5.302,503 { bushels, against
3.035.733 last week and 1.411.166 last year. Since July
1, 33.143.C16 bushels, against 18.881.588 last year. Corn
shipments were the largest for four' years.
DOUGLAS COPPER.— At the annual meeting of
the Douglas Copper Company the following officers
were elected: President and general manager,
Theodore Douglas; vice-president, Melbert B. Cary;
treasurer. Victor M. Tyfer: secretary. John C.
Rowe. Gustavo .M. Oouyard was appointed con
stilting mining engineer, and Frank Klepetko con
sulting metallurgical engineer.
PIG IRON CERTIFICATES MARKET.-Pig iron
certificates at the New- York Produce Exchange
opened inactive. ■ and quotations Were weaker.
Prices follow: Cash. $1625 bid; February. Ji62>yrt
$lt>7V, March, $15 75 asked; April. $15 20*?516 7.".; May.
$16 jr. 1 ?? $16 75; June, $16 60 asked; July, $16 50 asked.
On the second call th«ro were nd new features
and no business resulted. ♦'losing asked prices fol
low: February. March. April and May, ?lt>7s; June,
$16 60; July, $16 50. ' :^;
AMERICAN TOBACCO.— The American Tobacco
Company old preferred stick and the Morton Trust
Company certificates of deposit for old American
Tobacco Company preferred stock. Continental To
bacco Company preferred stock and Consolidated
Tobacco Company 4 per cent, 'bonds were stricken
from the Stack Exchange -list yesterday morning.
The preferred stock of the. Continental Tobacco
Company was also >tri.'kcn from the list.
PUT SOLD ON ARIZONA ST<y*K. A put has
been given by a prominent Wall afreet firm on S.CTO
shares of Arizona t.'on.«f«lidat,><l''nt 29>i for ninety
days. It is generally supposed that this put v.-as
given on account of some recent developments at
the mines which will have a tendency to enhance
the -value. of th»« stock.
TRENTON bonus. U Da) & to. have been
awarded two Issues of Trenton »N. .1.1 bonds, a-,
■regattas $130,337. consisting of an Issue of $s.>.fo:>
4 per cut water bonds, awarded at Uf>.s!>, ard an
i?:.ii" of J5Q.337 4 per cut »-,, year caY«im*l bond*,
awarded nfl'Vl.ol.
WIRE PRODUCTS ADVANCED.— AM. wire pr»%!
rct« have been advanced i cent* a hundred pounds,
or M a ton. making nails t\ £(> a kesj. has? rttt^burs'
ITNITKD STATES STEEU-The January BalM
of the American Bridge Company of the Steel Cor
poration exceeded *),<») tons. ThLs la considered a
fair showing for the month. Indicating a heavy de
mand Inter In the year, wheel huiUlitiK activity Is
resumed.
REF!NEL> OIL REDUCED.— Th© Standard Oil
Company has reduced the price of all grades of
refltied oil one cent s gallon, an unusual cut.
Naphtha and gasolene remain unchanged. No fur
ther reduction. ls yet announced in crude oil.
CHICAGO CHEAT WESTERN.— Application ha. 1 *
been made to th* Stork Bzesmasje to Hat Chicago
Great Western Hallway Company $-\30O,0«) addi
tional common stock.
GOLD BHIPMENT TO CUBA.— Th« National
Bank of Commerce will ship J2.W.000 In gold coin
to Cuba to-day.
CONDITION OF TRADE.
"Dun's Review" says:
Trade progresses steadily, all speculative exres«e.«i
having boen avoldrd thus far. and the numerous
negotiations now pending indicate that the maxi
mum of activity Is yet to come. "Some Irregularity
In rei>orts for the llrst month were undoubtedly
due to exceptionally severe weather. The weak
ness of cotton also had a tendency to cheek opera-,
tions at the South. Taken as a whole, however, re
salts for January were very much better than in
the same month last year, particularly ;■■; to fail
ures, which wore 58.000.000 smaller In amount of
defaulted Indebtedness. Distribution of merchan
dise Is once more, on .i liberal scale, traffic block
ades having disappeared, .md In many cases large
den ranee sales have disposed of burdensome stocks
Collections are still somewhat Irregular, but. on
the whole, there Is little cause for complaint. Few
labor disputes .in- Interrupting work. although
several new controversies are threatened. Manu
facturing plants are making the best returns. Iron
furnaces and steel mills operate close to their full
capacity, and the quarterly report of the l^ad-rip
concern showed an enormous tonnage of business
on the books at the end of the year, despite thf*
fact that the closing months of l«» 04 made very good
exhibits. Woollen mills maintain records of ac
tivity, but there Is still much to be. desired at
cotton plants, and shoe factories have only a
moderate amount of business In °ts;ht Railway
earnings for January were 1.1 per eenl larger than
a year ago, and foreign commerce at tliis port "for
the last week showed an increase of {379 089 in -x
ports. and a gain of 1328.087 In Imports Money re
mains easy, despite heavy export* of gold ' -md
prices of securities hare risen to the highest" aver
age since October. 1902 " Bank "changes at Xew
\or\f. for the week were 44.1 per cent larger than
4A 'per a cem. ''"' "*** ** ' " ' *** S*« was
"Bradstre«t*s" ss>4:
Widespread cuM weather hampers trade IrrnearTy
all lines, thus retarding, but not entirely checking
the opening, of spring distribution. Except In a few
WntVrv°HT V - "" t;:Mv transportation and mining
t^rfJ ' displays rather less than seasonable in
terferenp The winter so far ll; ' 3 ««n ™ld, hut
lit' and , this has favored outdoor operations to a
irrtater dearer, than ordinary. Except In a few
lli.es. especially cotton manufacturing, advance
business baa been placed with a free hind, and the
feeling 18 none the less strong that milder weather
will usher in widespread activity in nil lines. While
the situation may be said to savor rather of rrcm"
<5?,.»h an £"* f( '. rrra! . '-- "lsto be noted that tb*
South, which ha _ been and is Minv-i rf? from th«
depression in cotton, shows a rather better tone
th week coincident with an advance in cotton
prices, and reports that the holding of cotton
movement grows rather than lessens. The late
freeze in Florida did much damage to the fruit and
truck crops, but that State has fortunately escaped
a repetition of the great freeze of tBSo which de
stroy*>d the orange trees.
MONEY IN CIRCULATION.
Money In circulation in the United States on
February 1. l?rc. compares as follows:
Gold coin and X"-'K "-'- '■ u "°- 'M-I.MO*. F ' '• »••*■
Sm Jlf ■■*■;••' 4 22' 4 «' 3 «» 4*5.730.<W» 4'U)S7i6O»
Std. Mlv 401... 7ft.W1.750 K0.03^.3vt.> 77 063^10
Silver ctfs ♦80.25004.J 4<i<ol7 _7 4M935 s-%
6ub. silver .... 101.079.450 in_^l'"A C^47a._!
neu. Boue. -po i»..«»4.7i ■: i0.»44>:0m \h.z?*".*iz
U. S. notes 554.4«8.0a0 342.257.f127 337.«02 S2o
Nat. Me. notes.. 446.638.205 - 449.157.278 40s!»)3;5»l
Tot t2.560.049.1CS $2,569,621,123 12.457.970.301
Money in circulation decreased during January
$572,000, while for the twelve months ending January
31 it Increased $81.t.69,<«4. Circulation per capita on
February 1 was $3107. against $3112 on January 1;
$30« lon February 1. 1901; $23 48. on February 1, 1903;
$25 77 on February 1. 1902. and J2S 38 on February 1,
1901.
IMPORTS OF DRYGOODS.
Week ended Feb. 3—3 — lfKXi. 1904 ljWVt
Entered at th» port . . J2.843.221 $3.100.35!> J3.422.ft53
Thrown on the market. 2.M3.1CD 3.075.30!) 3.U1.5-"S
From January 1 —
Entered at th« port . . ,g13,f88i886 $14,092,325 $15.04!>.55;j
Thrown on the market 15,823,255 14.279.33* 16.242.983
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside securities, while showing
a slightly irregular tendency at times, displayed a
generally strong undertone. The volume of business
was on a fair scale and covered a wide range. The
Important Issues advanced substantially - ana 'In
mest instances the low priced stocks shared in the
general Improvement. The feature was the further
sharp rise in Interborough Rapid Transit of 2 per
cent, creating a new high record. Northern Securi
ties rose 2"-i per cent on a fairly heavy volume of
dealings. Mackay shares ware strong and active,
the common gaining nearly 1 per cent and the pre
ferred about % per cent. American Tobacco com
mon was strong, at an advance of M per cent on the
exchange of a few odd lots. Standard Oil rose 8
points. Central Foundry issues gained fractionally.
Havanna Tobacco common was up 1 per cent. In
ternational Mercantile Marine preferred was irreg
ular. In the copper Issues British Columbia, under
active dealings rose *„ per cent. Douglas was up
\i per cent, and Baldomero gained a small fraction.
Greene Consolidated was slightly higher. Arizona
Consolidated lost 14 per cent. The bond department
was firm, but quiet.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall st.)
"j Dividend. I
Kama. Capital, j when Bid. I Asked.
I payable. [
America $1.500. 000! 20 J. & J. 515 530
American Exch.. 5.000.000; 10 M A N. 272 277V4
Astor National... 350.0001 2t> Quar. J. 77.". 525
Bank of Discount 100.0001 150 lao
Bowery 2T>o.ooo| 12 Quar. F. 325
Butcher* & Drov. 300.0001 6J. & J. 160 —
Coal & Iron Ex.. 300,000 202% _
Consolidated 1.000.000 148 132
Century IOJ.OOOi ISO —
Chase l.OOO.OuO! 20 J. & J. 650 -_
Chatham 450.000| 16 Quar. J. 320 330
Chemical 300.000; 150 Bi-m. J. 4.27.1 4.3.*
Citizens" Cen Nat' 2.P80.U0U 6J. &J. ' 166 172
City 125.000,0001 8 M. & N. ' 2M> 29.".
Commerce- I 2j.000.C00 | 9 Quar. J. I 223 233
Colonial 1 100.0001 10 J. A J. 450 1 -_
Columbia 30O.ix>O| sj, & J. 4 ,h» | __
Corn Exchange... 2.000.000 14 K. A A. BSS 305
East River 250.<a>0 »J. &J. 150 ICO
FiJellty 1 2«»i».WM»i 180 aw
Klrst National... i10.C00.0001 20 Quar. J. | 750 770
Fifth National... 1 SSU.UOO 12 J. v v J. 1 3o»j _
Fifth Avenue ...I lu<V>>oo IUO Quar. .1. 3.430 3.7.v»
Fourth National. I 3.000.000 7J. & J. | 220 I 227%
Fourteen: 1 ! Bire.ti— ien.uut»i «; M. .* X. .>■■ .
Gal'.atin I l,00»V.00O| 12 A. & O. 415 ' 425
Oansevoort I 200.U00, __ _ 142% | —
(.i&rlirld ■ !.••••••.•'•">• 2>»-«3uar. M. 1 b«« 1 _
Gertnan-Amer. ..| 750.000| «F.& A. 170 I 17'»U
UcraiHii liken -""-"VV 1 14 J. A J. i .iSO , ;i.>u
Senaejile i 200.000| 20 M. &K. 300 SSO
Green let I •; M. & N _3 2»3
Hamilton I .im».ihi.)| 0 J & J ' 170 ' _
Hanover -..| 3.000,000| lo J. &J. i 520 I _
Importers & Trad I 1.5OO.OUO; 2O J. _• J su_. ««
Irvine 1 I.wm.u»| 8 j. v j." > 221 j A
Je!ter«on ! 4U0.000 f. J. 4J. f 100 _
Überty | I.UtiO.UM»| 18 Quar. J. 838 54<»
—nccln 1 Sw.ww, IS Quar. V , I st«o —
v:.nu^.i L-inr -.. • JU6 _
Mahattan C 0... .| *.060.060 il2 J. A .1 ' 313 325
Market & Fulton. | 1. 000. OHO; 10 J & J j ->So ->U>
Metropolis I l.«X)O.Ou«»; i a J& D so "^
Mechanics' .... . | 3.000.0W> 10 J. & J." 800 ' 310
Mechanics- U Ir., 7W>.ow)| SJ a .1 j 140 IM
Mercantile 1 3.IK.K>.UOU| s J IN . J 1 388 •~ . )
Merchants ; it.OOO.U6U| 7J.&J ' 173 ' S
Mercbaou Exc.i.i «.ou.oW>, «J.j. J. , 1,3 lti
Mount Moms... J -^Ki.u-yi 1, M ax. "15 223
Mutual I .i«i.(imi| ...1. «.1 : «, Jt , .-us
Nassau •••I 600.0W>| 8 li. _N. I l!*s SM
New-Amftt-r Nat. .VW.iKJO "4 tjuar J 47S t-w
NVSIi A... i 2.000..MM i,, j.* 3. ! *{;, 325
•>• S.V uul J:.- •■_••' , -""^-j. iuo j. -_s j. i i.3uu 1
N \ Nat K-ch..| 1.000. ,s Quar. M. I 3W i 2.>3
Nineteenth. Ward.! uoy.owi; „j. 4 j ' 210 I —
North Aroerica...| £.M*>,MM| >j" & J ,' 2;;, > "•»
Northern Nil . . > :*f.i.vK.. ______ J i",. • ~
Oriental I 750.000| 10 j. &J. : = 1O 247 4
»'a^nc , 4...T.-., v v;ll . r . : »a J _\U
lark XUOtVJt-O] 11, yaar. J. 1 o.!0 I s*o
£*•?'•■ 1 _w..».»a> n, _. _, v . , _s , a , JU
Phrnlx .\ .. I.OW.Uii. 1 • _ I j_
Flax- i 10i>,W>0; 20 J. i J. I JJo __
Produce Kxcii...., I,omi.cv>> ;a. » '<■• t 175 1 l^s
RlveraiUa lwi.oool h j. .v. j". ; X : M » , ._.^
bvaboartl I r>«X>,oCv> it .1 ,<•- j «_•.-> 1 700
ercoiul i auo.O'XM 12 J. „. j t,..u 1
:-!... ,_ Leather..) i,ii>«i,um; .— 150 1 t. 1 ©
fetata 1 lihi..ii^i r,o J. .„ J. l,_tn> , —
Thlrty-lourth St. I 2C0.0U01 - — !„ ••«»
Twelfth AVarU. ... , _i««».uw>l 6 J 4J, yjtt "_.
Twenty-thlrJ YVMi loo.uotii l aj. & .\. 1^
Union Exchange. , 7."><i.»'i.t> 1 — '. . »i^
United Nat .' l.uuu.tHiti — t*» 1 '-a
\Va!«hini{t..u Uts. I IHtißint "30 ■ — .
West Side _U>.t»N>, la J. * J. 5.V> 1 —
Vorkvllle I 10».uu0! 10 J. & J. 400 | —
FOREIGN GOVERNMENT AND MUNICIPAL
BONDS.
'Reported by Zlmiueimann & Forahay >
'::' Int. rat».| Did. | Asked.
Oerman Ceaaaia 31Z * l.«l \ miv
German Consul. 3 SJ> » a> ,*
lUiui't.in C.ovrrntn»nt 4 l(r»>.i tint
il.->«l<n Government j'j <^,\l j",'
t-axony Coveinment %' ktv'i as 1 .
l'kv of Hamburg ...... ,-s *7'J 'htv
Cliy ,M CDlcsn« , „,, ** j „^^
i Itv of Munich ... 4 |„3 C 10.1%
City of Au«*bur( ....... 4 i-ij % < njli!
.■*itv of Krani;f.>it -on-Main.. 31. 1 ■ |g I V*>»«
City cf Vienna ...' 4 ,7i5 t ...,,
;if\iv--n Government t> '•! . 5 U'J'u jc'J
. .; MISCELLANEOUS SICi7RITTE3.
STOCKS. \
(Furnished by rraderle H. Hatch. No. a> a>_
■■ ____ - ___^^^ *
1 *". ;t \ lot. ] tot i :—-»: — -»
!^l[j«o«J_B»4 l^
! American Bank N0t*....... I 4 I 0... ' —^.
! AiiH-rlcan Brass I 5 ■ qI» ,** I-.
! American Can com ... | — _ ,L : U8»
' American Can pr»f 1 5 A*O si*' »
American Chic to \l2 vL tV. «l\
.*m»rlrau Chicle rref I « 5 *** I 12*
'. American <Jraphophon« I « qT. 2 i 8}
I Ate* rlcan Graphopbone pr*f. I 7 o_» S. . BM.
A mer i»rea« Association . . . . I 6 Xlj 1- * •»
Am Soda Foun com | — "^ •» , |aj
Am Soda Foun l«t pref. ...j • | Ab-M m I ♦
Am mxia. F -in 2'l pr«f I — Z. *
Am Thread Co pref 5 J• J ' ?t- •*
American Writ In? Pas«r of. — - A » M
Bar da L. OoM SI Co .. . — . a JB^
U»:n«y & S Car Co — - . 7; 1
Barney * 3 Car Co pref . . . » O^j. «5 ,IS
Bay State dcs — - . KM I -
Bor<l.rs cc n ,| Milk pref... • J* J tt. 1
British Ctlumbia C^>p«r « J*J ... »H
C'aaeln Co of Am com i — [ - . * 1 * 1%
Ca«e!n Co u f Am pref 2 Quar m 1
Ten Fireworks 1 Va" •• *
■>n Fireworks pref 7 M& S m **
Cent Foundry com — . 1 ** ■ 75 1
Cent'Koundry pref — £* •
1 |-.-;-»-broujh iitg V 310 2»
Colts" Arm* 4 Q-j '™> i 4-J
Con Car Baatlssi I V r « A i ! I *♦
Consol Refrigerator „| — - . »■ •
Cons Rubber Tire com — -• _ *% 8
Cons Rubber Tire prei — — . .' 1
Compress.-d Air — J - . "t" t 1
Camp* 8A E Rda- .... — I J*\ 4
Dominion Securities — | tf i)
S3«ctrle Boat com ! — i _ 111
Electric Boa-, pref 2 Q-J ?t «
Electric Lead Red — . f \ tt
El«>ctrl<; Vehicle com — — __ j «V*( I
Electric Vehicle pr--f — | S~\ «
Electro Pneumatic — 1 _ | **?; »
Empire Steel — i §*j ,-♦
Hniplre Steel pr»f 8 J*J e»?
Grrene Copper . . \ — _ Jjul **„
Greene Cold ........ | — - 7J •*
H«ck».nsaolc M»-aio^a — • ' •* i ,'%
Hall Signal ] « j <^j M if
liavan^ Tobacco rom .. . j — I _ iT \ ~
Iltvan* Tobacco pr»! | — - - « ( «
H^rr-Hsll-M com 1 — I - u | ♦•
Herr-HaU-M Ist pref I — - M * *1
H»rr-Hall-M 2d pref | — I . t , •
Jludson Illver Tel | 4 O-j ' J i .IT
Interborourh Rap Transit..! 2 . j?i ij*
Inter Met Marine . i — . „■ *•_
Inter Mer Marine pref - | ! j!?. '^
interaattoaal Salt . I — . jj^j *J*
International Silver pref ...! 4 J Q_J » 35 ■
Uird a Taylor pref »» i" .* A 1 in* l * vZ
I^rinard pref I • | Q-J IS I _
M.CIU.J rr-f .- 2 I Qu«r. »• —
r r '' ••■•••• * Qnar. u2 5
Madison Sf4uara i.Uen . .1 — 1 , | «ft ! ~
Manhattan TYari* ! — I j 3* .
Mexican Nat com I — 1 — j 8 1 .'
?.lonfr»al & Boston Con j — — ,1 - 1. , ~~
National Cash Keslster pref: 7 J* J , 117^« _
New -York Trans — — , t*'. •-
1N V WEI. & P . — ft» ■
XY*Q XL. A P pref. . — , 4* an
Ni!ea-Bement-Pond c0m.... ft Q M 110 I _
N V Loan & Imp Co ... V Dee 102 <<
No Amer Lum * Pulp — I 1 .
Northern Securities BV>! Q-J lac t-j
Otis Elevator com 'i • An-Ap ♦• ! ti 30
Ot!« n>?%atcr pref • ; Q-.T 103 jr»|
Pai-iflc rack & Na» com...r — 1 ■ ' 4 1
Paclf.i Pack & Xav pref . . . I — I j fc i
Phenix Mining J — I 10 -2
Pittsburg Bess *: L. E I 8 IA * O 33 34
Pope Manuf com J — | 1 4 1 1
P 1 ■-• M ■■ if Ist pref ' — - 71 75
Pop» Mar M pref ; — | 32 a
Pratt & Whitney pr«-f | « I Q-P 1,) ™
Eoyal Baking: Powder pref. .1 • | Q-J I^9 m
Safity Cmi Heat & Ujrht..l 12 Q-J 32>'- | «+>
Eeaboard A!r>&Jne com j — :• v U
Seaboard Air Line pref ....J- 37*4 V 1
Sin s«r5 «r Mfg Co ■ 19 Q-J | 830 70a
Standard Coupler I 1 1 An- Dec ) 23 3a
Etarni Flour Mill com I — ; } • 14
Stand Flour Mill pref j 1 An Ar> 1 81 «
Standard Oil V Q-M j «3l> '»j
Tonopah ?.Ilntn«: of Nev I — : 12 Ci
Trer.t.->n. Potteries com. . ! — f 13 17
Trenton Potteries new pref . i 8 Q-M | SS «•
Trenton Porterles Ma; ?tra. i * J A J 70 7J
Trow Directory.*. .--.I 4 I A * O «3 n
Inion F»rr%- { 2 Q-J 12* a
Vn Typewriter com ....) ('I Aft O ] 92 %
I'll Tyj.»writ^r Ist pref 7 lAA •■ 11* »
In Typewriter 2d pref ! » A&O ! m »
White Knob Copper | — | | 1-18, i
BONOS.
American Wrttias Paper...! 5 | J i ] J JO I sj
Barney & smith 1 «> i & j i 105 —
C & « Grain Xl Ir.c 1 — . I li>
C& O drain El I 4 Aft O «.'• —
Continental Tobacco ! 7 A & 0 ! 10: jc:j
Hecker-Jones-J»well ' • Mis 101 881
International Silver I • |Jft D | 101 lv.l
Iron steamboat I 4 I J i J I 40 43
New-York B:?rult ! 5 MfcS ! NX —
N j Steamboat I 3 M&3 | Wt% -
Page w Wire Vrmcu I ' A* O 1 7' I —
Standard Flour Mill ! 3 M 4 N I 77H! M
Swift *Co Ist I 3 i J ft J ) 100 lKt
Tex ft rmc Coal Ist I 8 i A 4 O 1 XCS I 119
10th & 23d St Ferry I 5 ! ]«D| «i I W
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
fFuralshed by Joseph Walker ft Sons. No. 20 BitaJ-t!
- I Rat*, i Bid. | ash
Albany ft Susi'iehin.-ia ! • 241 t Si
Albany & Vermont " 3 «5 -
Alleghany i Western « 131 1 U»
American Tel & Cable 6 93 •
Atlanta A Charlotte A Un«. 7 I>s 13
Augusta & Savannah 6 117 BJ
Avon Genesao a: Mt Morris. 8S «0 •»
Beech Creek •" 104 J«
Berkshire « IM ■
Bleecker St i T V IS 32 J
Boston 4 Albany 8 1.-* • CT
Boston 4 Albany 8 219, ■
listen & Lowell 8 ■ -1 -
Boston & X V Air Una pf. 4 It*
Boston ft Providence 10 *« : •"
Broadway & Seventh Ay». . 10 240 | ■
Brooklyn City 10 2 !
Camden i Burlington R R. • BW I •
Ca:awt3sa Ist pref 6 Li* \*
Catawlssa 2d pref 8 122 •*
Cayuga 4 Susquehanna • 210 *
Central Crosatowa UK 7 la* *
Cent Park Xft E River • 203 ; ■
Ckattahocchee i Gulf 6 110 I »
CWo & E 111 Ctf com 10 — I "
Chic 4 B 111 Ctf pref • 125*
Christopher 4 Tenth St S I*3 Z.
Oeveland i- Pltts'ourg 7 1-4 » £'
Columbus & Xeni-. S 219 --
Commercial Union • 11* ~"
Commercial Union if Mains. 8 113 ~
Concord & Montreal 7 1" "»
Concord & Portsmouth 7 Is* Jl
Conn & Passumpslc R pf... • 13* 2
Connecticut River 10 2*> si
Panb:rv & Norwalk 3 120 -
Dayton & Michigan pf » 200
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Detroit. Hi!'.s.!a'.e ft Swn... * I**2 *?
E-i.-t Pennsylvania • **• "^
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Eastern Maine 44 1 * ', 100
Eighth Avenue 15 WO -
Elmira i WilUamsport com| 4.5« 1 103 1 1 -*
Elmira & IVlUtamaport prafl 6.23 i 133
Empire & Bay State- Tel... 4 — «« ,
Erie -i Kalamazoo 10 217 •£
Eri* ft Plttaboia 7 156 *5
Fltchburg pret .• 9 139 {*!
Ft Wayne & Jackson pf. .. 515 1 14S [f
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Franklin Tel 2H 41 ,5
Georsta R R * Bank C 0... 11 255 -«
Cold & StocS Tel I 0 I- 1 " »
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Grand River Valley I 5 123 , -
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Hartford £ Conn West I 2 *1 j ,',j
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Illinois A Mis Tel . 4 $}
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LSNIUUCciICo ... 5 1— JJ
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Mobilu & Birmingham pref. 4 '"** I s»
Mobile .v Ohio 4 »7 Z.
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Morris Canal pre: . 10 1* •«%
Morris A Essex 7 IS* __
Mt carbon ft Pt Carbon.... 88 — lit
Nashville & : v,-atur Via 1! * —
Nashua * Lowell ■> . 24V _
Nauaatnck 10 2^2 —
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NY Laok « West 3 1»4 Z.
Ninth Avenue > 1*» 1 -
N>rth Carolina 7 171 ig
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U-itland & Whitehall a I** —
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VXJ nR & Canal Co | 1" r'T s*
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