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FURTHER GAINS IN STOCKS.
BULL CAMPAIGN PROCEEDS WITH GROWING ENERGY.
New-York Central's Sharp Advance — Further Improvement Predicted
— Money Rates Easy.
Closing prices yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Saturday's quo
tations were: sTo<;KS
STOCKS.
Am Locomotive. 44* + V Norf & West.... 6.£ — %
im Malt pST. 2*'* + : Nor Amer 103 V +■*
Air. Smelling... 08H —> ! Perm KR . .. . . . 14. * 4-1
Am Sugar 145\ +S! Peo Gas of Chi. .IIS 1 * +1H
Am Ste*l F..-. 16S + I Press 8t Car. ... 25 — — -
AT Top i F.. »2v* —HI do pref «>Ji + %
do pret- .....108H — 1»| Ry « Spring.... 85£ — H
Atlantic C L... 143 A I Reading - - 9SS -
Bait & 0hi0. ...11l — H Roclc 151 and....; 36H — H
Brooklyn B X. . 67 +HI do pref... »0* t +J4
Canadian P_c..l4P +l»-i|Bepub Steel IP* —J»
Che« A: 0hi0... Kit — V do pref 76H — J*
Chic Gt West.. 24H + 7*7 * Rubber Goods... 25H + H
CM& St P ...1il 1 ! 4-1 {Southern Ry 36J, -t- H
Chi AM W 244 -1 Southern Pao 70H —J4
Col FA 1 54' i -3V do pref 11S 7 « +J%
Obi & South.... 25 — Term C& 1 92% +H
ConsoJ G*« 212 -1 Texas* Pac 4«>W +**
Corn Products.. 18 -»TILW 36 -
Pul $* S&At pf 33 l i — V» ; do pref 53* — H
Pel _- Hudson.. 103 \i -1 Union Par. 134 7 » +4
Erie 4S — % \V 8 I>e_ther 12 1 * — H
do Ist pref... P2^ —»» df. pref 106* + H
do 2d pref..' 70 — UIU 8 Pipe 32 +1H
Fed M«• S pf.. 94 T « — S do pref SST. - *
Illinois C-ntr_i.l6l»» + li V 8 Rubber 41\ 4- %
Kan CBo pf... 65 —1 ■U S Realty »4% — *
Ixmls 4: Nash,..l44H — V» U S Steal 37V» + H
Manhattan 172 +1 ' do pref J»6Js -t- *»
Met St Ry 122 7 i — % Va-Car Chem... «5 J .» rJ4
Met Sec Ss* Wabesh 23H +.H
lies Central 25* i+* do pref 46% —*»
__ 8P& S S __.117^ 4- H West Un Te1.... 94* +H
MX & T pf... f»H +IHIWI9 Cent 24£ + H
-dinsourl Pac...110»., — HI do pref 6374 + %
National Lead.. 37 — '-* '
BONDS.
AmT<ri>4i 75* +ViiNorPac4s 105% — H
Atlantic CL, 4s. 101 V —HI Perm con 3H5..103*. —Ji
BR T -ts 66H -t- HiP & Bast Inc 4s 82 —J4
C R liP RR 4« 82 1 —H I Reading- gen .101% +J*
Col T *. I ctfs 89H — VilS L. S W con 4s. S3J4 + 4
Col &So Ist 4s. 03 1 * —% I Stand R&T 6b 48 Ji — H
ConGas.deb6s.lß6V» + '4! _lP Inc si * +v *
_»• con it 111 +1 Un Pac con 4«...135 7 — H
Kan CSo 3»... 72?» — %\V S Steel 55.... 95* -4- %
Mcx Oen Ist lno 25* 4- *:Waba*h deb Bs.- 70 5* —»»
do 24 inc.... 17 - * do P T lsts.. 94% — H
M E-T 2d 4s 85% — H West Md 4s 93 + *
STOCK MARKET OPERATIONS.
There was a good demand for securities
throughout the five hours of business in yester
day's market on a movement of values that gen
erally tended In the direction of higher quota
tions. Commission houses's orders were heavy,
•while the substantial speculative interests that
have been identified with the bull side for so
many weeks showed in their operations no dis
position to abandon the campaign for better
prices; especially in such issues as Canadian
Pacific, St. Paul. Pennsylvania, Union Pacific
and the iron and steel shares. Conservative-
Wall Street opinion finds in the current position
of the stock market no reason for the predic
tion that is heard among sold out bulls that the
end of the upward wave is near at hand, al
though it suggests the wisdom of caution among
lightly margined operators, owing to the possi
bility of sharp reactions that technical market
conditions may bring about. Great activity
roark«_i the course of trading in the morning,
while io the afternoon dealing continued heavy,
■with the largest transactions in Canadian Pa
cific, Chesapeake and Ohio, St. Paul, Colorado
Fuel and iron. Louisville and Nashville, New-
York Central. Reading and Union Pacific.
Southern Railway shares were taken in fair
volume; also Chicago Great Western and New-
York. Chicago and St. Louis, the last named is
sue advancing over 3 per cent. Advances of
1 per cent and above were common in the active
list, and at th*> close of the day sentiment was
Inclined toward the idea that further advances
■would be made in the current week. The indus
trial shares as a rule were strong features, in
addition to the iron and steel shares. American
Car and Foundry preferred, American Woollen
issues and People's Gas showing decided
strength.
In the late trading renewed strength in New-
York Central that carried the price of the issue
to lfjoVi- further buying of Canadian Pacific and
h»avy profit taking in many parts of the list
marked the course of business. There were no
new developments accompanying the upward
movement in the Vandprbilt shares, or the ad
vance in th* general list, but it was generally
believed that the rise io New-York Central fore
shadowed an important announcement regard
ing closer relations between the New- York Cen
tra!, the Union Pacific and the Chicago and
Northwestern, as recently outlined in this col
umn. It Is possible that an announcement of
this character may be made in the current
month. The advance in Canadian Pacific, to
149%. established a new high quotation for the
stock, and the movement in the issue suggested
the wisdom of not being caught short, despite
th« advance already recorded. As a large
ftmcunt of the security has been taken by in
vestors and strong speculative Interests it is
probable that its price will sell considerably
higher, the movement, however, being primarily
based on the actual investment value of the
Issue rather than on manipulation. Mr. Hill, of
the Great Northern, estimates the value of that
company's mineral lands at 5500.000.000, and as
the mineral lands of the Great Northern are not
as extensive or as valuable as those of the Cana
dian Pacific, it readily may be realized how
greet an asset the latter company has in its
ccal and Iron land possessions.
Reports received yesterday from the trafflo
managers of roads In various parts of the
United States were extremely encouraging,
showing a large volume of business on the
greater number of systems and a return in the
Bouth to the favorable conditions that prevailed
before the February storms upset for a brief
time the railroad business In that section of the
country. Earnings for the first week in March
Bhow, s_» a rule, large gains over the correspond
ing period a, year ago. when receipts were
heavy, and. according to the views of railroad
officers, the outlook for a continuation of pres
ent excellent conditions affectjng the transpor
tation business in the United States and Canada
are unusually promising. In Canada traffic is
bo heavy, reflecting the remarkable wave of
prosperity that is spreading- over the Dominion,
that It is well worth while paying attention to
the course of the Canadian railway securities
and studying their prospects as solid and per
manent investment issues. Immigration sta
tistics of Canada show a large increase in the
character of population that is best calculated
to build up the country's industries. The sale of
farm lands is growing at a rapid rate, the great
mineral territory is being more extensively de
veloped every year and the increase in diversi
fied Industries indicates an important movement
of capital into Canadian enterprises. "With the
United States prosperous it is not unnatural to
look for business activity in Canada>also in the
Mexican Republic, which is now enjoying a
period of great business animation and expan
sion. American capital Is being employed in our
eister republic to an extent that has attracted
the attention of Investors to the Mexican rail
road securities as attractive propositions to ac
cumulate at current quotations.
BOND MARKET TRADING.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.— Market steady. Final
Quotations folio*-:
Bid. Asked. . Bid Asked.
V.B. _-.1880.re» 104% 104% U.S. 4*. 1807.c0u.1C*% 10«
V.6. 25.1830.c0u.104% 105% U.S. 4*. l-2-.rec 182% 138
U.B. 1806. 104% 104% U.S. 4*. 1925,c0u.152% 153
TJ.S. 55.1908.c0u.104% 105 I Philippine 45... ..108 —
V.B. 8i,190ft.em1.103% — Dist. of C. *-«55.115% —
U.E. 45.190T.r<«.104% 103
RAILROAD BONT>S.— Market firm. Total sale*
amounted in par value to $5,101.(00. against $„-63,500
, on Saturday. The heaviest dealings were in the
! ▲tchlaon general is, Atlantic Coast Line 4s, Brook
lyn Rapid Transit 4s, Chicago. Burlington and
Quincy 4b, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific rail
rood 4s and collateral trust ss, Colorado and
Southern first 4s. Erie convertible 4s. Kansas City
Southern 3s, Mexican Central first and second in
comes. National of Mexico first 4s, Northern Pa
cific 4s, Pennsylvania convertible oHs. Peona and
Eastern income 4s, Reading general 4s. St. Louis
and San Francisco refunding 4s, St. Louis South
western consolidated 4s. Union Pacific first and
convertible 4s. United Railroads of San Francisco
4s. Wabash debenture Bs, Wabash. Pittsburg Ter
minal firsts and Western Maryland 4s. American
Tobacco 4s and 6s. Consolidated Gas debenture 6s,
Standard Rope and Twine 6s and incomes, and
United States Steel 5s were also active.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD. ,
London. March 13, 4 p. m — The market for Ameri
can securities was strong and active, with especial
strength in Pennsylvania and Canadian Pacific.
Final prices follow:
London New-York New-York
close, equivalent, close. Changes,
Anaconda 6% 1241 A 121 +3V4
Atchison 85 G2H 92% +%
Can. Pacific 153* 149H 147 V* +1%
St. Paul 185% 180% 180H — *
Erie 40»4 4S?i 4S*i ■
do Ist pref 85 82% 83% — H
Illinois Central 165 161% 161% + %
Louis.. & Nash 148% 144* 144 + V
N. Y. Central 166% 162% 161* + Ji
Pennsylvania 75* 147% 146% 4-lS
Reading 50% 99 98% +%
So. Pacific 724 70% 70% — %
Union Pacific 127% 134% 134% — %
U. S. Steel 88% 37% 87 + %
do'pref 09hL 80% 86% + %
FOREIGN MONETT MARKET.— money""m
London, 2V6 per cent. Open market discount rate
for short bills. 2J4@2?- per cent; long bills, 2i*@2^4
per cent Berlin discount rate, 2% per cent. Berlin
exchange on London. 20 marks pfennigs. Paris
discount rate. 17-16 per cent. Paris exchange on
London, 25 francs 19% centimes.
FOREIGN SECURITIES. — British consols for
money, 91%; for the account, 9113-16; French rentes,
100 francs 36 centimes.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS. .
102500 Japanese 65.. 103% 182000 Mcx Cent Ist Inc. 26%
12500 do 10S%i 6000 do 25%
10000 do 103% 32000 do 2d Inc 17
1500 do sml 103% lOuOO do 17%
1000 do sml 103% 10000 do 17
6000 do 103% 6000 Mo Kan & Tex Ist
20000 do 103% 4s .520F.100%
203000 do Ctfs 2d Ser. 100% 3000 do 101
1500 do smj 101 500 do 100%
1000 do cml 100% 5000 do 100%
20500 do 100% 10000 do 2d 85%
117000 do 100% 50000 do 85%
10000 Rep of Cuba 65.. 105 15000. do 85%
86000 do 106% 6000 do Ext 6s 107
8000 do 105 8000 MK&T of T 55. 106%
1000 US of M4s Ctfs 94% 1000 Mo Pao Trust ss. 107
6000 do 84% 1000 MA O New «8... 129
8000 do 94% 1000 MJ&K Css 07
6000 do 94H 22000 Nof M Ist Con 4s 82%
1000 Ad Ex 45... 5m1. 102% 15000 NY C Gen 3%5..100%
10000 do 103 2000 do L. 6 Col 3%5. 90%
1000 Am H _ L 68... 97% 1000 N YC A St L 43.105%
6000 Am Tel & T 45. . 97% 1000 N V G & EL. H
58000 Am Tobacco 65.. 117% & P '4s 84
15000 do 117*4 8000 NY&Q CE L &
160000 do 45... 75% p 5s 106%
2000 do 75% 6000 Norf &TV Con 4s. 103%
97000 do 75% 3000 do 103%
1000 Ann Ar Ist 4«... 98% 2000 do 615F.1034
6000 AT& 8 F AdJ 6000 do Div Ist 45. . . 99%
_^ 4s 97 5000 JopCiC 4s. 97
12000 do Gen 4s 104% 2000 do 974
32000 do 104% 2000 Nor Pac Gen 35.. 76%
12000 do „...104% 500 do 76%
8000 At Coast 4s 101 4 5000 do 76
3000 do 101% 35000 do Prior 4s 105' i
29000 do 101% 6000 do 105%
30<XK> B& O Gold 45.. 105 2000 do 515F.105%
2000 do 104% 4000 OR A N Con 48.102%
10000 do Cisvt Deb 45.110% 4000 OS I. Ist Con 119%
4000 do Prior 8%5. . 95% 500 do 119
1000 do Swn 3%5... 93 3000 do Ctfs Gtd 45.. 974
13000 Bkln Rap Tr 45. . 86% 2000 do 97%
1000 Bkln Un El .110%! 2000 do 67%
1000 BNY & E Ist. .1264 8000 Pao of Mo Ist. . . 104%
10000 Can South 2d 105% 1000 Perm Gtd 445.... 11 l
2000 Cof Ga Con ss. 115 17000 do Convt 3U5...106%
10000 do 2d Inc 70 5000 do 106%
10000 do 68 1 10000 do 106%
2000 do 8d Inc 56 12000 Peo A B Inc 45... 82%
2000 Cof N J Gen ss. 136 ! 10000 do 82%
2000 C P Gtd «15F. 100% 10000 do 82
2000 do 100% 24000 Reading Gen 45. .101%
5000 do .100% 10000 do 101%
10000 do 101 10000 do J C Col 45... 100%
30000 C &*O *>en 44«.. 106 ! 3000 do 100%
2000 do SISF. 105-4, 1000 Rio G W Ist 99%
5000 do Con 5s 119% SOOO St L I Mt & So
1000 do 119% Gen 5s . .. . 119
1000 Chic & Alt S%s.. 82% 2000 do Ref 4s 95%
5000 Chic & Erie Ist 156000 do Riv A G 45.. 97%
6s 515F.123% 5000 St L. & 6 F Gen
2000 do 123% 5S5 S 115
2000 Chic AX W Deb 2000 do s2OF 115
„ I*o9 106 41000 do Ref. 4s 61%
JOOO do Gen 8%5...]00% 81000 do . ~. 91%
JO6S C B & O Jt * -- 100 * 25000 St L, Swn Con 4s. 82%
21000 do 100 136000 do S3
10000 CM& St P Con 41000 do 83%
7s 187 1000 do ._, 83%
6000 C R I & P Gen 3000 do let 4s 99%
*™™ 4s 106% 2000 do 99%
80000 do Ref 4s 98% 1000 do 99%
20000 do RR 4s 82%! 1000 St P M & M Ist
11000 do • 82% Con 6s . 137
3000 do aTr ... 94% 8000 SAA A P 4s. . . . 91
25000 do - 84% 4000 So pac 44s .... 101%
IWOO do 94% 16000 do Cl Tr 4s 95%
118000 do 94% 2000 do 95%
18000 CTT 4_ Coup off 95 56000 do T Ctfs Ref 4s 974
2000 Clev CC&_t L. 5000 do 97<&
Gen 4s 103 20000 do 97-
3000 do 103% 1000 South RVR V let .1 IPS
10000 Col ASo Ist 45.. 93% 22000 no . . . 1194
3000 do 93% 1000 do MA O Col 4s 96%
36000 do 93%) 1000 do 97
15000 Col P& I Convt ( 4000 do St L. Dlv 4s. 99
„_ Ctfs ..._ 59 10000 Stand R& T 63.. 484
22000 do 69% 3000 do . . . 49
1000 do 894 8000 do 454
1000 do 89% 7000 do 1nc.... ..... 3%
7000 Col Mid Ist 45. .. 76 1150001 15000 do 3%
2000 C & 9th Ay Ist. .118*4 32000 do '.'.'. 34
5000 Con Gas Deb 6s. 186%! 2000 Syr B A NTN T T 15t. 107
j-J' oo d 186%! 1000 Tex & Pac Ist 6s. 122%
2000 do 156% 2000 do 2d Inc 06
6000 do 186% 1000 Third Aye Con 4s. 96%
1000 Con Tob 4s 81 4000 Tol Peo & TV 45.. 95
.T£s. T £s et Un ***■;■ ■■ &^ 1000 Tol St L & W 4s. 86',,
4.1000 Dist Sec Cor 55.. 80 1000 do . . 86
5000 do .... ........ 79% 1000 do ...; '.".:: 86%
1000 E T V A G Con I 3500 Union Pac Ist 4s. 108%
Ist 6s 121% 11000 do : 106
1000 Erie Ist Con 4_. 101% 25000 do Conj-t 45.... 135%
5000 do Gen 4s 93% 5000 do ...7 135%
1000 do 93 26000 do 136
2000 do Convt 45... 110% 32000 do •..18-%
25000 do 1104 138000 do 137
«000 .do 110% 16000 do I . 1!7%
7000 do 11l 5000 do ... . 156"4
3000 Ft W& D C 15t.109% 2000 do ...... '.. . ' 136%
5000 do 110 40000 do 135%
1000 Hock V Ist 4%5.110% 25000 V R X. of 3 T 4s. 00%
20000 do 11l -3000 do ... 90*4
2000 H& T C Gen 4s. 99% 13000 do ...'.'.'.'.'. 90
3<iOO 111 Cent 4s 1&52. .106%! nooo v & R & ira > Bs'lO'?
3rKK) do 4s 1953 106% 4000 do P 103-i
1500 do 106 66000 do '.'. '.'.'.'.'. 103
1000 Int &Gt *»22:--J» 2 2:--J2 1 « 1 21000 TJ SR A Ref to 91
2000 Int Steam P 6e..104V4 ! 20000 do . . 90%
1000 lowa Cent Ist ss. 115% <.i.ofi do ' GO»4
11000 KCF SA M 4s. 91% i sooo do. 904
!2000 do 914 '.79000 V S steel s'f in. 95
4000 do 91% 60000 do 94%
8000 Kan. City So Ss. . 72% 87000 do "" 95%
RBOOO do 73 I 305000 An ' 05.
16000 do 72% 500 do Reg 95
}%£ en ent , 4 ' i ' ,lfl, lf l2 H i Kooova Car Chem:Bs?101«
.%%£. Lee Gafi lßt Bs - I<*-4'32000 Wabanh Ist 55.... 71
10000 L, S&M So Deb 87000 do Deb B 71
4s 101 1 12000 do " 70« i
10000 I, A C Val 55...110 1 31000 Wai & P T let!.' 95
60000 L & N'Ol Tr 4s. 100% : 10000 do 94«
1000 do Unined .103%* 20000 do . . " ii4"i
22000 Man Con 45.. 107 I RIVIO do 2d.;.'.".! 44)?
2000 do -n.,- ■ , -*_■ • '^;2R^o West Md a: ::::: 92»i
1000 Me' Elev It t 68. .107% 1 23000 rio .... .. 92-4
4000 MSt Ry Ref 4s. 1)3% 42000 do 93
60000 Mcx Cent Ist Inc 254 ! 0000 « st Shore 45...'! 109%
8000 flo 25% 1000 do 109
?*"X 2° - S3 1000 TV *1. « l- t con
14000 do 25% 4e ... Q2%
•»°™ . do :::::::::::: 2fl I 100 ™ Cent Gen H. 74%
%_>'.HX> <5o ...•. H6% '
Total fifties of bonds. $5,101,000.
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
"Washington. March 13.— The condition, of the
Treasury, Divisions of Issue and Redepmtion, at
the beginning of business to-day, was as follows:
RESERVE FUND.
Gold coin and bullion $150,000,000
TRUST FUNDS, DIVISION OF REDEMPTION
Si^r'doiiarv::::::::::::::::::::::::-: •MO RiW £_ro
Silver dollars 470nil"f?w
Sliver dollars of lSfK>... ....'..'. "w*7->
Silver bullion of 1890 ! 1 . . . . . . . . .....'.'. - 721,103
Total .1998.903.969
DIVISION OF T6SUH.
Gold" certificates outstanding $51g,f12A969
Silver cer_ics.tet outstanding. 470,031000
Treasury notes outstanding 10.248.
To -> .»-98.90R.90»
GENERAL FUND.
Gold coin and bullion.... t-)i 045 i*>i
Gold certificates 35,5S7 > .9> 101 0
Sliver coin and bullion 17 681 3yis
eilv-r certificates 8.228,800
United States notes.. 15 308 125
Other assets 80!900.449
Total in Treasury 128.847,3.'.l
Deposits In national banks 106,124.053
c^.n«v::::::::::;:::::::::::::::: $"»84 «»7l 101
Current Uabllluej 93 3071(1*
Available cash balance ......'..'. 141.«ftJ;_ll
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnished by Van Bchalck A Co , No. 7 Wa!l-st )
UniUd Ry com. 'wi^'wi 'cotton Duck com B1 9 **5«
do income*.... 67 67% do incomes 33% 84%
do 4s 84 04% Norf Xv * I K_ Cud
G d B o 4^ l » T e .- m .f4 «
■4 »*•£:.» ?££ Cha » Clt y **' 65.106% 108
Jf« r f com., 18% IR% ch*s Con Elec 5a 92% 65
do pref....... 38% 39 Com Trust. 165 3 163
do 10-year <ss.J<>4 104% union j£at BMk" _ i&
Conrol Gat 1»3% 88% Fidelity Jk'Dra — l«7tx
.*> «» 10»%:l09>; * ".*;: . IOT *
DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. MARCH 14. 1&05.
BAILItOAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Shares I . I Actual sales I— Closing—
sold. I |OpenjUlfc-h|Low.| Fin. | Bid.; Ask.
'.< 1 Adams Express. — . — — — 24 250
»1* Albany & Bus... — — ' — — r 235 —
200 Allis-Chalmers . 17 17 17 17 16* 17%
SOO do pref CO 61 60 61 6Oii t.l
57.350 'Amal Copper... »1% 81S «H* 61 81 I SIH
Amer Agr Chem — — * — — 22V4 22V4
J do pref........ ______ 9«
COO «Ara Beet Sugar 25 26 25 25 — —
100 i Mo pref ' 84 ■ :' 84 84 84 — —
3.100 |Am Car & F'dry 'M I 36U 36 36 86 -6>i
■■■ 2.100 do pref | IC»U BCH 05Vi 06% 96H '->**»
American Coal.. — — — — 175 200
200 Amer Cotton Oil I 35 « 35 7 35? i 35% 35% 36
1 do pref | — — — — 96 98%
■ timer Dlst Tel.. — — — — 32 S3
20 Amer Express. . 1 230 230 230 280 230 237
'Am Or Twine. .I — • — — — 7"i 814
lAmer Hide 4L. — — — — 9% 10
620 do pref 52 62 51% 61% °IH| 51%
14 •American Ice..! 6% 6% 6% 6% 5H 54
700 »do pref | SOVtl Sa<h 3Ut»| 39-*» 1 31Hi 3»»i
l*Amer Unseed.. I — — — — ■ I 17\ 16*4
100 Mo pref 144 )44 44 144 j43 40
5,000 'Am Locomotive 44% 44*, 44% 44& i 44 444
2,000 Mo pref 1115% 116 V. 115 115 114 lit*
100 »Amer Malting..! 7*k 7% IV, 7% 7% I 7%
200 Mo pref 1 2tiVs, 28% 2ti^j; 26% 2tJH 27
11.600; •Amer Smelting. IK) I «9- |98 SS'/k 08% | «oW
7001 «do pref : 122% , 122% I_2V 4 122^ 122* i , 128%
'American Snuff — I — — — 170 lfco
1 »do pref — j — — — 100 101
500 Am Stenl F'dry. ]6%| l«»i 16% | 16% j 16% 16%
300 do pre* 61% 61% 61% 61% 61% 62
12,520 'Ainer Sugar.... 145Hjil4*S 145 1 ,-, I 145% ; 145*» 145%
100 Mo pref 140 1140 140 140 138 140
Am Tel & Cable — j — — — Ul i «
lAmer Tel & Tel — — — - 144 146
2.800, Am Tob pf new. [ 97vi| 93 07% 87% V 7% 08
7.4oo|«Amer Woollen. 28% 29% 28% „% 2»% _»%
1,410 Mo pref 1 103% , 106% 1 103% 10«% 106V4 , 106%
B,4oo|»Anaconla 123 123 120 121 120% 121%
1 Ann Arbor j — — I — — 35 40
! do pref I — — — — 70 75
150 Asso Mer Ist pf 95% 95% 98% 88% f>B 9»
11.400 Atchison j 82% 112% 91% 92% | 92%! 92%
1.350 do pref |103v_il03T* 103% 103% 103% 103%
11.610 do rights I % % % % — —
4,229 Atl Coast Line.. 144 1144 143 143 142% 143
10.600 Bait & Ohio 111% 111% 110% 111 11074 111
410 do pre: | 97% 97% 9?% 97% 97 , I>B
Boston A L of. | — | — — — 105 I —
16.190 i B'klyn Rap Tr.. 66% 67% 66% 67 66%! 67%
; Bklyn Un Gas.. — — — — 213 220
Brunswick — — — — 13 13%
Buff R & Pitta. — ! — — — 152 155
j do uref — — — — 160 180
1.124 Buff & Sus pref 88 80% 88 89% 89 B'J%
'Butterick C 0... — — — — 68 j63
600 Canada South... 70% 72 70% 71% 71 172
27.32G Canadian Pacific 149 140% 148% 149 148% —
200 Mo subs ■14NV14S I*il4S%jl4S%1 *i145%j145% — —
C&So Am Tel. — — — I — 118 122
1,450 Central of N J.. 202% 208 202 202 — —
62.150 Ches & Ohio ; 60% 57% 54% 55% 55% 56
2,300 Chicago & Alton 40% 41% 40% 41% 41 I 41%
100] do pref 81 81 81 81 80% |81
- jCh & E 111 pref. — — — — 130 142
Chic Bur & Qy. — — — — 230 246
24.100 Chic Gt West.. 23% 24% £3% 24% 24« i 24%
do pref A — — — — 65 67%
1,000 do pref B 35 36 35 38% 35% 36
do d.-b — — — — 86% S7
|Ch Ind & L pr*f I — —' — — 70 ] —
39.600 Chic Mil & 3t P 180% 182% 180% 181% 181% 181%
> 800 do pref j 191 192 191 191%: 101 1 193
900 1 Chic & North w. 244 244 242% 244 243% 244
do pref — i — — — 255 2*5
50 Ch St PM & O 199 [109 199 199 194 199
do nref — 1 — — — 194 204
Chic Term Tr. . ; — — — — 17% ( 17%
do pref I — I — — — 83 33%
200 Chic Union Trac 12% 12% 12% 12% 12 12%
32 do i,ref ! 47 47 47 47 47 49
7,400 CCC 4St L.. 110 110% 103 109% 109 ; lOO'.i
• do pref — — — — 121% 122
Clev & Pitts — — — — 183 —
38,200 Col Fuel & Iron 52% I 55% 52% 64% 54%] 54%
1 do tiref.... — I — — — M 108
700 Col & Southern. 25% i 25% 25 25 25 25%
200 do Ist pref 62% 62% «2% 62% 62 62%
200 do 2d pref 37 j 37% 37 37 86% 37%
800 Col & H C & It 18 I 18% 17% 17% 17% 17%
Cora Cable — 1 — 1 — — 210 j —
Consol Coal ...I — — I — — 78 —
5,300 Consol Gas 211% 213% 211% 212 212 212%
*Cont Tob pref..! — — — — 133 1 135
. 715 Cora Products. . | 18% 18% 18 18 18 IS%
300 do pref I 75 75 74% 74% 74% 75
6,400 Del & Hudson.. 1 192% 1 194% 192% 193% 103 193%
1.000 Del Lack &W. 372 13771 377 372 377 375 383
2,300 Deny & Rio Gr. |35 I 30% 35 30% 35% 36? i
4,7501 do pref 89 I 89% 89 89% 89% 90
'Detroit Gas — j — — — 60 80
700 Detroit Southern 6% 6% 0 6% 6 &%
1 do nref f — I — — ; — 32 35
650 Det United R R 82 £2 81%! 81% 81 82
(Diamond Match — — — i — 135 138
2.7001 «Dist Securities. 88% 88% 38% 35% 3»% 38%
■ 300 *Dul So S & Atl 16% 1 16% 16% | 16% 16 16%
465 Mo pref 34 34% j 33% ! 33% 33% 34
4OO.Elec Stor Bat.. 87% 88 87% 87% — —
26,020 1 Erie 48«» j 48% 47% 48 48 48% •
2.670 do Ist pref.... S3 63 82% 82% 82% 82%
1.300 do 2d pref 70 70% 70 70 70 VO%
1 Evans & T H... — — — — 68 70
do pref — — — — 85 90
200 Federal M & S.. 114 114 112 112 105 112
1.700 do pref 95% 9?% 94% 94% 04% 95
'Ft W & D City — — — — 54 68
Gen Chera C 0 . .. — — — — 60 60
, do pref — — — — 103 105
801 Gen Electric Co 188 188 187% 187% 187% 188
Gt Northern pf. — — — — 285 300
200 Hocking Valley. 99 99 98 98 97 99
400 do pref 96% 96% 96 96 95 96
— — Homestake — — »—» — — '75 77
3,975 Illinois Central. 160% 1C2% 160% 161% 160 . 100%
1 do Leased L. .. — — — I — 104 —
3.800 Int Paper 25 25 24 24% 24 24%
600 do pref 81% 82 81% 81% 81% 81%
200 *Ir.t Power 80 i 80 60% 90% 90% 90%
100 Int Pump 38 88 39 39 38% i 39%
270 do pr< f 87 88% 87 88% 87 85%
1,300 lowa Central.... 28% 2!'% 28% 28% 28 28%
1,688 do prefr 55 I 55% 55 55% 65 50%
800 Kan City South. 29% 29% 2!»% 29% I 29% 29%
fcOO do pref ; 66% 66% 65 j65 65 05%
KCFS&Mpf— ! — — • I — 83% 84
Keok & Dei M. — I — — — 13% l»i
77 do prat 60%] 53 50% 53 49 .'.5
100 Knick Ice of Ch 13 " 13 13 ' 13 13% 13%
i do pref _..___ 6'J 7(i
Laclede Gas pf. — — — — 100 105
2,800 L E & Western. 42 43% 42 43% 43 43%
200 do pref 100 106 106 106 105 108
109 Lake Shore .347 347 347 347 349 860
Long Island ! — — — — 68 60
19,710 Louis & Nash.. 145 145% 43% 144% 144 144%
Man Beach —1— j — I — I _ 14
600 Manhattan E1... 172 172 172 172 171% 172
Md Coal pref... — — — — 115 —
8.300 »Met Sac Subs.. 85% 85% 85 85% 85% 85%
5.600 »Met Street Ry. 123% 123% 122% 1 122% [ 123 123%
88.200 Mexican Central 25% 26 25%; 25% | 25% 25%
1 Michigan Cent..: — — — — 145 170
800 Minn & St L. . . 60 61 60 61 60 04
1 do pref — — — — 89 93
400 MStP& 88 M IIS 118 117% 117% 117% 118
1,010 do pref 163% 164 162% 162% 162% 162%
13.700 Mo Kan & Tex. 32 v 33% 32% 32% 32% 3.5
12.800 do pref 67 69 :67 i 68% 1 68% 68%
87,810 Missouri Pacific. 110% 110% 109% 110% 108% 110%
! Morris & Essex. — I — i — — 185 190
Nash & Chat... — I — — — 146 146%
1.200 • Nat Biscuit 59% 58% 59% •'•'.< 59% 69%
- Mo pref _____ 118 m
Nat Enam & St — — — — 24 i 24%
do pref — — — — 81 !l'»o
2.700 'National Lead. 37 37% 36% 37 36% 37
100 Mo t>ref 10* 10S 10S 108 100 1 108
100 X X Rof M pf. 41% I 41% 41% 41% 41% 42
600 do 2d pref 22 122 i 22 122 22% 22%
New Cent Coal. — — — — 42 45
'•>.- V Air Brake — — — } — ISO 155
104,200 1N V Central 162% 165% 161% 165% 16.'.% 165%
14.850 N V Ch & St L 47% 51% 47% 50% 50% 61
100 do lit pref 115 115 115 115 115 120
700 1 do I'd nref M 82% 81 82%; 82 84
100 N V Dock 23% 23%: 23% 23% 23% 24
300 do oref 62% 62% ''.2 62 I 61% 62%
N V Lack &W. - — — — ! 134 140
»N V& N ..' Tel — — — — 172 174
188 N V N If & H. -07% 207% 207% 207% 207 1208%1 208%
t, l'«> N V Ont & W. . 57% sr i 56% 66% 56% 57%
28.100 Norfolk & West 88% 83% 87 87% 87% 87%
do pref ) — — — — 92 M
3.600 North American 103 103% 102% 103% 103% 103%
Ontario Silver... — — — — 3% 4%
- 'Pacific Coast — — — — 03% 86
1 do Ist pref — — — — 103 10S
1 do 2d oref ______ 93% 95
1,100 Pacific Mall 46% 46% 45% 46 46 40%
28T..188 I'enn R R 147% 147% 146% 147% 147% 147%
:00 I'-orta & East.. 44% 44% 44% 44% 43% 44%
„.2!" Peo Gas & Coke 112 113% 111% 113% 113% 113%
100 Per* Marquette. 101 • 101 101 101 08 101
! do rref — I — I — — 84 86
3.750 P '■ C & St L. 84% 87% 84% 85% 85% 86
600 do rref 109% 112 109% 112 111 111%
!■ Ft W & Ch.. — I — — i — 183 —
do special — ! — — — 179 —
460 Pleased Btl Car. 37% 37% 37% 37% 37% i 37%
800 do pref 89% 89% 89% 80% 89% I 90
400 Pullman P Car. 243 243 242 242 242 24.")
Quicksilver ..... — — — — 1 1841 B 4
! do pref — — — — 4 6
SO R R Securities.. ,95 05 95 95 05 96%
«00l»Rv Stl Spring.. SO 36 ! ;.5% 35% 35% V>%
100 *<lo ret : «4 I 94 ! 94 94 93% UG%
114 (kh. Reading BB%| 88% 98 «8% 98% 3*%
'-■)! .:•;■: . 02% 92% 92 92 91% 83
4..'. do 2d pret.... 91 '91 91 01 90% 91%
— -- rtens & Sara...) — — — — 206 —
I.4ool»Rer> Iron & Stl I 19% 20 19% 18% 19% 20
4001 Mo pref..:... 77 77 7«% 7«% 76% 76%
24,000;R0ck Island I 86% 3«% 35% 35% 35% 35%
1 :»<>. do pref 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%
1 Rome W & O d. — I — — — 135 14-
I.iOOi 'Rubber Goods.. 25% 25% 20% 25% 25% 25%
! Mo pref ,1 — — — — 94 90
1 Rutland RRpf— — — — 60 70
—ISt .Jos &Gd 1.. — — — — 14 16%
1001 do Ist pref 55 55 55 55 50 56
1 do 2d pref — — — — 26 26%
■ St L&S F Ist pf — — — — — SO%
2,100! .do -d pref 71,4 71% 71 71 71 71%
do C& E I cts — — — — 176 178%
1 do pref — — — — 128 135
2.000 St Louis Southw 20 2«% 2« 26 26% 26' i
2,500 do pr<sf 63 63% 6_% 63% 63% 63%
Sloss-Sh St & Ir — — — — 85 90 "
1 do pref i — — — — 109 12T.
49,500 Southern Pacific 70% 71% 70 70% 70% 70%
6001 do pref 118% 118% 118% 118% 118% l iih%
56.800 i South ;rn R... 30% 86% 36% 36% 36% 36%
710 1 do tire f 88% 99% 99% 99% 86% 100
! do M& O ctf? — I — — — 96 10t>
400 Stand Rope & T I', 1% 1%! 1% — I _
100 .Standard Cons. 2.00 12.00 2.00 2.00 — I —
4,SoO'Tenn Coal & Ir. «2 92% 81% 82% 92%; 92%
26.570 T.xas ft Pacific. 40% 41 I 40% 40% 40% 40%
100 do Land Trust 41% 41% 41% 41% 41 i 41%
Third Aye RR. — — I — — 130 132
,'Tol i>>., ft West — — ! — — 17 204
1,620 ■••! Ry A L_«ht| 28% 1 20%! 28 28% 25% 28%
600 Tol St Lft W. . 86 I 36% 36 ;<n • 35% 8«
500 <1o pref ' 58%! 68% 53% 63% 53% 53%
GOO Twin City RTr 100% 110 ! 109% 100% 108 109%
! do oref . — — J — — 15H 158
100 'Union Bag & P ;2' s 12%' 12% 12% 12% 12%
300 "do pre' 78 I 78% 78 78% 78% 79
117.200 Union Pacific... 134% !13T.% 1134 134% 134% 134%
810 do pref 100 100 1100 ! 100 09 100%
: United Fruit ...I — — — — — 114
700 Un Rv Invest.. 39% 40 39% 39% 39% 40%
2,000 do pref i 82% R3 82Vj 82% 82% 83
14.800 'IJ BC I V A F 30% 32 29% 32 31% 31%
1.300 'do pi->f SS\, S*% BS%I 88% )8% 80
SO2 C S Express 132 134 132 134 132 180
1,000 'U S Leather... 18 13 ' 12 12% 1 12%! 12%
2.500 do ctfs ' 12% • 12% 12% 12% 12% I 12%
2..M0 Mo pref l(t»l% 10«% 105% 106% iof.% lo«v.
1.700 do ctfs...- 1106% liHi-, 106% 10H%1HK5% 10fl%
2,700 V SRv A Imp. 95% ' 95% I 94% i 94% 04% 93
200 »U S Red A Ref S» 28% 28 25% — —
900! 'do prjf 55 I 6. >% l 53% 53% — —
'.»*< V 3 Rubber I 42% ; 42% 41% 41% 1 41% !42
300 do pref 112% ; 112% 112% 112 112%
»'.2.t.(<4 D S Steel ' 87%' 37% 36% 87% 37 1 .17%
67.400! do pref 0«% 97% 96% 90% »«% 87
2.200 Va-Caro Chem.. 35 -36% 34% 85% 85% 35%
305 do pref 106% 106% 10.1% HMi% 106% 108
200 Va Iron CA C. 47 47 4« !48 47 48%
200!'Vulc D<«tlnnln* 10 10% 10 10% — ,_
3.7Ooi\Vabash 23« 23% 28% 23% 23% 23H
2.100 do i.ref 47% 47% *6-:» 46% 46% 47%
Wells Fargo Ex — — ; — — 250 260 ■
400 West Union Tel. 94% 61% (*4% «4% 94 94%
800 W«*t!n*h Mfg... 162% 152% 162 182 182 1K2%
1 do Ist oref.... — — — — 100 190
1.100 Wheel ALE... 19 ! ]„%! 19 ! 19% 19 IB'i
2.700 do Ist pref 45% 47%) 45% 1 47 I 48% 47
2.300 do 2d oref.... 27 I 28% 1 27 28 27% 28
8.460 Wlscomln Cent. 24%; 25 ! 24% 24% i 24% 25
1.518 ■io prof t2%| f4 ! 68% 5%! 63%! 54
1.617,231 Total Kales for the day. .•Unlisted. .'
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Shares I . I Open- I High- I Low- j Last
sold. I t , ( lag. I est. | est. | sale.
13. 7301 Amal Copper.... "iIH ; 81H BOV4 • 81H
■60 An Car & F..... 36 36* 36 3| ,
201 Am Ice pf.. ...... 39H 89Vi 89% 3»^»
£90 1 Am Locomotive.. 44* 44* 44* 44*
330! Am Smelting.... 93H *}_? PBH lART4
2.080, Am Sugar 146* 146J4 145* 146H
1.390UT&3F 92* »2* 91 * «*
6701 Bait & Ohio Ill* 11J* IJOJ* "!» 7 »
4.450 Bklyn Rap T..-. 66% 67* C 6* 66
650 Can Paclnc...... 149H 149H 148* 14«»
16.600 & 0hi0.... 66% 67* 55 f«H
4,550 Chic Gt West.... 23* 24* »* 24*
10.700 Chic M& St P.. IXO% 182H 180% 181*
25.880 1 Col Fuel & 1.... 58 »* 52* 64%
6.700 E?l. Southern.... 26 •26 48 «H
67 _«istpf.::::: |% S3 83% m
$0 1U?n°o?s d Centra," ,g| || g| J« |
740 Met St By I=JJ4 123% 122% 123
2.6»oi Mexican Cen.... 2S£ » »?* |5*
Xii | f f t
9.0 l^ a V^t^::::: li 4£ *& %
1.660; Norf & West.... 87% Bh£ 87 B,*
5IK ::::: »•» 'f ? TO
80 Republlo Steel... 20 »^ | f> % o}^
Roofed::::: I* .85 •»* %*
5.520 Southern Pac...- 70* 71* JO* 7O£
&BSSSfenfe§ i | ig| &* g|
70 US Leather 12% 12% 12% J^
Tou tS&::::: ||4 gj $ §
JtWtV^. gn p |h |$
tdwa**::: |^ p^j |* h
B iow d S t^nW.::::: g5. f«| g3t
lOlWlgconsln Cen... 25 25 | 25 i 25
260.841 Total salea. - ' '
MINING STOCKS.
c .- « 1 I Open- I High- I Low- I . Last
.old 1 1 '»•"• I 8t - ' '"___-!_!__!_
"~~2WAl.ee ~.- 1.10 ' 1-tO j 1.10 I l;lg
igggSSSS ::::::: « % f 5
300 Lone Star 2» i» % ;f 4
'300 Lone Star f> -\\ -f> ;fj
800 Potosl •« -•" , .•& iOS
100 Portland »-™ l-f* x -gg d «
600 Pharmacist .05 .05 1 I
800 Savage 20 .20 .^u
100 Sandstorm «j?. •£ '■» ■»
COOlsilver Pick 20 -2» •<" *" t
6.850 Total sales.
WHEAT.
TT "\ I Open- I High- | Low- I last
fjsh! I I ing. 1 est. 1 est. I sale.
.mOOOI-U, option lfl 10%j»l g*|tl J» % {« £*
375,000 1 July option I »!*' ** ' * I^ l
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.-Monny on call opened at 2%
per cent; highest. 2% per c-nt; lowest. 24 per cent:
last loan. 2% per cent; close. 2*_®2\ per cent; ruling
rate 2«i p^r cent. Time money was quoted at 2\@3
per cent for sixty to ninety days. 3(Q3i4 per cent for
four five and six months. Commercial paper was
quoted at 3»i@4 per cent for sixty to ninety days,
4@<% P«r cent for four to stx months and 4«a@6 P«r
cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE— Market closed steady.
Actual closing rates follow:
c*hles Sight. Sixty day*.
-,18,, 18 , 4$ 4.86%!&.86 * 4.84*04 84%
R r et?h Csnuu-.»:::.:.%C snuu-.»: ::.:.% B ___3-«-M- «4*«9415-16
Guild!ni7™ — 40-»©4-5-l- wi-ii**™
•Lees 1-16.
Bankers' posted rates were: gJxty _ and
Paris francs «■»« RIB*
Paris francs francs *•*> kiStJ
Switzerland francs «•*> *■»«>
Belgium francs »-«2 5 -"»£
Germany reichsmaik3 **'* •£!£
Holland guilders w * J7 »
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE— New-Orleans — Com
mercial. _5e discount: bank. $1 premium. San Fran
cisco-Sight. 10c; telegraph. 12% c. Boston— l 6 2-3 c
discount. Chicago— Par. Charleston— 50c
discount; selling. $1 premium. St. Louie-Par bid,
6c asked. Minneapolis— premium. Cincinnati-
Par. Savannah— 50c discount: selling. 75c
premium. . .
BANK CLEARINGS. — New-York — Exchanges.
$149,862,582; balances, $6,427,868.' Boston-Exchanges.
$17 244 979; balances. $1,815,031. Baltimore-Exchanges,
$3,669,593; balances. $468,049. Chicago-Exchanges.
$35,155,736; balances, $1,947,506. Philadelphia-Ex
changes, $15,448,608; balances. $2,017,930.
SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver. 69c; Mexican
silver dollars. 45*4 c. Bar silver In London closed
at 27 3-16 d.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 31.85; Lisbon, 8.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New-York is quoted at 202.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.— Customs receipts
reported from Washington. $744,943: Internal revenue
receipts, $1,222,110: miscellaneous receipts. $145,800.
Receipts for the day. $2,112,853; expenditures, $1,780,
000. Receipts for the month to date. $19,910,142; ex
penditures. $16,700,000; excess of receipts. $3,210,142.
Receipts for the fiscal year to date, $385,575,352; ex
penditures, $407,818,979; excess of expenditures. $22,
240,627.
SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury was cred
itor to the Clearing House $4*2,226.
' i i
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign houses dealt in
60.000 shares in the local market, buying slightly on
balance. In London consols were steady, while
foreign bonds were Irregular. The. general market
was firm, particularly In the American department.
Money was easy.
MARKET GOSSlP.— Although Big Four and
Nickel Plate were both advanced early, it did not
greatly help the bull pool in Chesapeake and Ohio.
It is thought that the pool got a good deal more
stock than It counted upon when the price was bid
up to 58 last week. The very definite denials of
rumors current seem to have discouraged the mar
ket following. It seems altogether likely that Ca
nadian Pacific will continue its upward movement.
Friends of this security assert that It Is worth as
much as Great Northern and that It, will event
ually cross that security. The revival of activity
In Missouri. Kansas and Texas preferred was ac
companied by dividend rumors of a rather more
definite character than in the recent past. It Is
said that the preferred stock will be placed on a
4 per cent basis in the latter part of April at latest.
The stock advanced rather easily and there did not
seem to be much of it in the market. There was
some buying of New-York Central. St. Paul and
Union Pacific by what might be called the less
known of the Standard Oil houses. The buying of
Union Pacific was interesting, as the same houses
were thought to be selling Northern Securities on
the curb. Pennsylvania responded to a consider
able extent to the large advance In London.
Traders who sold short around 40 are still borrow
ing the stock, although some recently returned
show that part of this has been covered. Bull
traders believe that the stock will advance to the
conversion point for the forthcoming bonds, or 150
at least.
8 CRUCIBLE STEEL DIVIDENDS.— directors
of the Crucible Steel Company have. It Is under
stood, practically decided to pay no dividends on
the preferred stock this year. IMvldends were sus
pended in September. 1903. Earnings of the com
pany are large, but the management desires to ac
cumulate a substantial working capital before re
suming disbursements to the preferred stockholders.
"SOO" EARNINGS INCREASE.— Earnings of the
Minneapolis. St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie for the
first week in March show .an increase of $£7,801,
making from July 1 a gain of $938,868. comparison
being made with the same period a year ago.
SOUTHERN EARNINGS INCREASED— Earnings j
of the roads In the South and Southwest, which in
February were adversely affected by poor weather
conditions, are now beginning to improve. Southern
Railway for the first week . in March increased
$61,010. Mobile and Ohio Increased $10,252. Louisville
and Nashville increased $35,486 and St. Louis South
western increased $10,220.
NEW RBCORP FOR SEATS.-A seat on the
Stock Exchange has been sold for $82,900. the high
est price on record. Vhe preceding high price was
$82,000. These figures are exclusive of the Initia
tion fee.
LONG ISLAND BONDS BOLD.— Kuhn. Loeb &
Co. have purchased from the Long Island Railroad
|6,f1C0,000 refunding mortgage 4 per cent bonds, guar
anteed by the Pennsylvania Itailroad Company.
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF NON-MEMBER BANKS.
. I ..* «!*!-. if! nl ml if it
t 3 !*» :• ■*• i • s . ? i? ■
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NEW-TORK CITY. . ""
Boroughs of Manhat- •
tan and The Bronx:
Bank of Washington ..«.«,.
Heights $100,000 $141,100 $6-8,400 ; »!_•**> " * 900 **>._<*> $971. .
Century 100.000 65.900 570.400 16,2f10 31.900 57.800 $M.IOO C 33.000 „
Chelsea Exchange. . . . 100.000 «2.500 497.700 -D.0OO: ■ 2O.»rw> 43.200 133.000 6«7.arjO _
Colonial 100.000 264.800 3.052. j! 4 - 500 275.800 « < «.-0»> S_S.BO» 3.T08.4n0 . ,
Columbia SOOiOOO 818.600 5.«85.O0O 27°?i2 185.000 439.000 a. 800 <1.014,0-»
Consolidated National. 1.000,000 1,042. 3.715.400 f?- 00 * * 7 -**£ 420.300 129.000 2. _-1.40W $33810C0
Fidelity 2CO 000 128.200 908.700 »_» B*fl-9 70.700 603.400 T!____!
Fourteenth Street 10O.OOC 120,500 5.130.6«0i i} 2 ; 40 -! 1 82,400 4S:.»y> 80.000 2.X..800
Gansevoort 200.000 89.300 2.010.200 «I°*' 14 2 ™ aOT.WV) 134.500 XMB.V» .
Hamilton 200.000 140.400 3.923.600 if*™** iar..«wv: I?2.4rt> 31A.000 4.454.m0 .
Jefferson 400.000 828.900 2.563.400 ,\l*%*> JH-252 10«.50rt <8.40ni 2.547.800
Mount Morris 250.000 114.400 3.821.900. >*2-?"« J^-SO) 243.400 S5.«0» : 3. 480 300 .
Mutual 200.000 221.700 3.3««.4«> 27.700 . 29rt.t<|0 iS-^ 00 ' M.V»\ 3.522,3W>t . .
Nineteenth Ward 200.000 215.900 2.25-.000! &-£* ■ ?H %4 i5! 3S< »- 1 < )Ot 128.2&) XTTs,inoj
Plaza..... 100.000 253.000! 3.W0.0001 1W.00O; 183.OO0! 54»,000 8.832.500 ,
Riverside lOft.OnO 100.300 1.355.100 1H100; 110.400! 72.R0U! 237.1001 l.«10.«oo!
State 100.000 7«7.200 7.941.000 533.000 253.000! l«3.00OI 1.S4O.000! ».«T7.00O! -
Twelfth Ward 200.000 12fi.500 1.894.000', 85.000 . 184/_X> 18_,0Ofj.I — | 2,32».<»rt -
7The y Pron_ r ) d . .. * M : 100.000 111.600: 1.502.300f 57.700 ; 169.800 83.00 250.4001 ZO4A4*). 1 - T
Union Exchange ! 750,000 520.200 4.675.900! 1>4,000 . 257.500 774.800 800.00f>) 6,«57.f1n0l
United NaUonal I 1.000.000 150.200 2.2fi»,800 360.200 71.900 R3.000 1 1,394,500] 2r*JoO
Yorkkvllle I 100.000 288.900J 2,283.700 «.00C 284.400 222. WO 2®.200| 2.9U.000 JZ^Z
Bo°r!ug* h ° f BroOkl7Tl . 200.000 96.200 1.809.800 28.700 ! . 119.100 ' 221.500 «2,700! 2.«22.2!»> ___-_
Broadway 150 000 850.400 2.404.600 14.500 160,500t 102.** -.■!»! 400 .
Brooklyn 800.000 172.000 1.741.700 10«.«K)i 58.900: 238^700 123.W0! 1.877.1001
Manufacturers" Nat... 252.000 1 5f»5.6(11> ; 3.500.000 435.900 113,6001 503.000 286.900 4.434.400* 248 000
Mechanics- ...... 50o!onO; 469.200 8.620.800 223.600 513.300 1.X.0.300 llS.Krt 10.«3.*«; -
Merchants* ..'. 100.000 ! 63.000 1.422.300 20,600 79.70»! 154.8«>| B5.40O! 1.826.7 i»
Nawiu National 300.000 773.700 5.617.0C0 200.000 "345.00© 7«3.000 22.000' 5.565.000' «70TO
National City?.. .. 300.000 571.600 3.344.00i> 147.000 333.000 731000, 151.000 4.14^000 IM.6M
North Side ........... lOOioiX* 160.700 1.295.300 17.500 SB.IOO 30.300 BW.BOO 1.531.900 lw -™
Peoples ... 100.(100 181. SCO. 1.750.500 74.1W) 140.1P0 211.100 144,100 ZlOl,**) 1
Seventeenth Ward .... 100.000 95.300 653.200 ll.«0O 52.100 77.7C0 3».70O! 7<>l.»M
SrraSue National .. 200.000 239.300 1.32«.0n©l 125.000 25.000 145.000 l.^>.f«« 1 lfl» 0A»; H m
T-ni^ at ' ona ; ...: 200.000 113.600 1.165.500 47.400 84.800 127.R00 1 301.5001 1.541.WM '* X>
Wallabout '.'..'..'. 100.000 04,000 821.400, 51.0U0 28.000 41 «•• 77.500' W0.7C0! .
First National ... 400 00011.077.7001 4.342.5001 15H.600 832. 800 1..193.«n0' 455.000! s,S«fi.onol 3M«m
Hudson VountvNat'l 2300«> 6«1 9Oo| 2.253.300 J»1.9Ol>! ; 73.300! 2M.500l UI.POO 2.010.3<10j |J!S
S^ond Nrtonal .. 250 000! 141.900. 892.000 71.«W»I -20.400! 148.600 17.400! S7I.W M«o
Third Nafional .::.../ 200.000' 293. 900 ( 1.461.500 43.700 82 200 350.500 4.9W 1.732.100J lO^iS
Tt rtpA TT XT V
First National 110000 543.400, 2.632.100 153. <W>; 52.3001 157.100 466,600! 2.501.900S 97. 3»
S«ond Nauonkr::::: lkooo 160.-O0! 1.278.500 38.100 44.800 KMOoI 83.100J1.253.500f SSS
Total national bank?.!54.357.'T00!56,242.400i
Total State banks. .. I 5.750.0001 6,209,000 J ' [ I
TotaU 1 10.137.0001 12.451.4001 107.925.70014.607.5001 «,105.firt> 12.77<1.800! 7.455.C00' 121.904.400 1.36«. a»
•As per official re- 1 I
ports: J2 national) I I I .". { .•
banks. January 11. | '
1905: 30 Stat«bank^.| I
Re?en f e?^B7?B2S > d t ec.!l ! t51.067.100l 1 172,000 ; t!5«.5OO ; tlS7.lOOi 1533.200, t734.300 mm
ilncrease. tDefreafe. ' „ __ '
::I-,i: PIG IRON. CERTIFICATES.
FIRST CALL— II A. M. Bid. A.U.
Cash t?6 dSOd 5O SVT OO May *!««> $17
March 1650 16 SO June :... l«60 17 nO
April 1660 17 00 July 18 «5 1« »5
SECOND CALL— 2 P. M.
; p ' Bid Asked. I " • Bid. Asked.
March $1« 60 $17 00 June- $16 70 $1. 00
April 1670 1690iJuly. — 17 00
May 16 70 16901 ....
COTTON EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.'
(Furnished by Peckham. Mercer & Co.. No. 41 Wall-st.)
. .. - ..;;-: ' " :*?■ Sat.
Opening. High. Low. Close, close.
March 748 752 7.44 51 . 7.40
May •"•••• \..7 53 761 7.50 7.00 7.53
June ■.■.'■.■'.....■. 7.51 751 T3l *7.57 7.50
j u iv .....7.52 7.89 T. 49 7.5* "• 757
August 7.63 7.60 7.51 760
October ....7.62. 787 7.59 767 7.61
•Bid. , .
COFFEE QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by Baruch Brothers. No. 27 Wllllam-st)
Havre I Havre '"4*.**
closing I 'closing
prices. New-York I prices. New-York
March 13. closing ! March 13. - closing
New- York . prices. 1 . New-York prices,
parity. March 13. | parity. March 13.
March 6.49 ' 6. 05©«. 10 September .6.66 6.65#6.70
April 6. 49 fi.l.vaa.2o October 6. 70 6. 7<MJ6. 75
May 6.53 • 6. 25©6. 30 November -.6.74 6.75i{J«.R0
June 6.57 6. 35<3«40 December .6.79 6.55*i«.90
July 6.62 ■ 6 45ig5.50 January ...6 79 6.9006.99
August ...6.62 6.85®6.60 1 February .-6.79 6.95#T.00
Rio receipts 3,000
Santos receipts 11,000
Sao Paulo (Interior) receipts..! :......... 12.200
Jundiahy (Pointer's) receipts *. 7.000
Sao Paulo (Interior) rscelpts to be, reported March 14.10.500
DAILY WEATHER REPORT.
Campinas Cloudy
Sao Carlos Cloudy
Jahu • Fine
Rlbelrao Preto Fine
Sao Manoel „..' Fine.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside securities for a large part
of the session enjoyed a substantial increase in
activity and a strong undertone. The high prices
induced profit taking, which resulted in a reac
tionary tendency. The market, however, notwith
standing declines in some parts of the list, was
generally firm. The trading after the noon hour
relaxed somewhat in the high' priced specialties,
but continued on a fair scale in the minor Issues.
The feature was the heavy purchasing of Northern
Securities almost from the opening, which carried
the price up more than"3 per cent above Saturday's
final. A reaction of 2 per cent resulted on realizing.
The buying was understood to be for large Western
interests. Interborough Rapid Transit was erratic.
Opening up 2 per cent, the stock, broke 6 per cent
and closed with a net loss of 4 per cent. Leather
stocks were generally strong. International Mer
cantile Marine Issues were higher, the common
selling up % per cent, and the preferred Vi per
cent. Havana ' Electric issues ruled strong, espe
cially the preferred, which at one time showed a
gain of 3 1 - per cent. Houston Oil stocks were ir
regular; the common was off nearly a point, while
the preferred improved more than 2 per cent. The
Copper issues were active, and strong. Bonds were
In fairly good demand, but moved irregularly.
m
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
Shares I I Open- | High- I Low- 1 Last
■old. I | ing. | est. | est. | sale.
tOOi Am Can 11%| 11H 11* 11*
2.150 do pref 67% 67% 67* 67S
20; Am Tobacco ... *2»5 j 295 1 295 ] 295
310 Arizona 3- »32* 32 , •32 I «
100) Am Ice rtfs 5 1 *! 5% 5* I 5*
125 Am Writ Paper. . *5% 5% •5 », 5*
1.120 do pref 204 29% 29 284
15 Am Banknote .. 7i>% 70S 70H! 794
4.230 Brit Col c0m.... 64 6% 6% 6*
1.500 Bay Gas I 4 , S »4 - >»
100 Bethlehem Steel. 35 | «354 35 35*
760 do pref 874 874 674 874
1,000 Central Foundry. 373 7 4 -3743 7 4 4
100 Con LSpt rcpts 7* ', 7*l 1% 7%
200 Con Ref rig 7*l 7 4 7% 7 4
51(>GaTenn t 9V 9H \ Mb »*»
600 Gold Hill 15-16 . 1 15-16 1
8.200 Granby 6 i 6* 6 : 6H
10,270 Guanajuato 4%; 5 4% 4%
5.700 Greens Cop .... 204 29% 2»* 21»4
I. ."MX- Greene Gold *4 84 >'» »4
300 1 Havana Tobacco 35 36 35 I 35
860 Havana Elec ... .17 13 17 ; li*
750 do pref 70 704 70 . I 70*
1.0501 Houston Oil ctfi 7 ! 74 7 7
750 do pref 38 37* i 86 37
I,o2o. lnter Mer Mar.. 12 II 1 V 12 12*
500 do pref 34* 344 344 34*
8.000 Inter Rap Tran. 220 ' 221 ! 215 2184
100 Inter Salt 30 30 I 30 »>
200! Man Trans ...... 4 I 4 I 4 : 4
1,050 M & B 1 11-16 1 1 11-32
000'Mackay 40T4 4074 SDH *>
TOO do pref 74S 75 . 744 75
SOO Mines Sec Co. _ 2 2 2
15,600 Nor Sec 162 1644 1614 163
165 :i T Trans »7% »7% 74 »7*
200 N* V Q E T & P 60 I 69 69 I 60
3001 S C A VCo 441 4* 44 44
16 Standard Oil ... ' »617 : »617 »617 i «617
50 Sou Elk Li (new) 184 IS4 IS4 I I*4
520 1 Tennessee 31 | 324 SI 32
194 U S Traction w 1 42 | 42 41 41
2.320; do pref 064 97 96 07
000 Union H 11-16 * 11-16
600 Wash Traction.. 34 i 34* 34 ! 34%
73.290 Total sales. 'Odd lots.
BONOS.
I I Open- 1 High- I Low- I Last '
Sales. I I Ins. I est. | est. I sal*.
$147,000 «Atch 49 w 1... 1 104% ■ 104% • 1044 104*
lO.nnoiCol Indus 5a ' 784 784 784 7«4
63,000 Inter Mer M 44s 83 S3* 83 sl' .
25.000 N«r Pae 49 ; 95!4 93% M l . 05*
280.0001 »U 8 Lss w 1.. i 07% 07% 974 »7%
60.000! Wash BRy 4».. ! 8&V 80% | $0% «>%
$542^0i> Total. 'Sell "and Interest." .
CLOSING CURB QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols & Co.. No 15 Wall -st)
Bid. Asked. ! Bid. Asked.
Am Can 114 HSlHav Tob com... 34 38
do pref 674 «74 do pref 414 42
Am Ice Sec . . 274 29 Int Mer Marine 11% 11%
. do debs 77 80 do pref 34 314
Am Tob w 1. . . .280 — | Int R T . 215 217
ArU Con M.... 314 32 1L ft Taylor pf... 994 1004
Bay State Gas. . S 4 Mukay 404 41
Beth SCo 34% 354 do pref 74% 754
do pref 87H 884 M * B Cons.... 1 11-16
Borden's C M li» 141 iManhat Transit 3% 3 r *
do pref 1134 115 IN V Trans 7 I
Brit Col Copper. 6 . 64 1 North Securities. 162% 163
Cent Fdry . 374 44 North Pacific 170 —
'do pref 23 24 Oils Elev com... 4S 49
Compressed Air. 4 *i do pref 107 110
Con Befrlff 74 7H he nix Mining.- S 10
Douglas Cop. ... 7 7H!Roy B P com... 142 147
Eire trie 80at... S3 41 do pref 10f> 1104
do pref 80 85 I Seaboard Air L. . 18% 19
El LII com .4 4 do pref ..... as 39
do pref......". 4 1* Stand Con Cop.. 14 W
Elc'trlc Vehicle 12 13 Standard -Oil At* 620
do pref 22 24 Term Copper 32 34
Great North pf.230 300 I'nlon Copper . «4 T 4
Gold Hill Cop.. "« 1 United Copper... 8 8*
Greene Con Cop 23% 29 i , White Knob Cop. 116 4
do Con Gold.. R% 94 do new w I 1 4 24
Hacken Mead.. 13 13 1 do pref w 1,... 5 • *
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols 4 Co.. No. 19 Wail-st)
I Dtv l *>** I 1
I rate. | period. ! Bid. *Aalr4.
American Bank Note . I I Q-j "■< f 83
American Brass — i 113 ilßi lB
American Chicle 12 Mthly 12« 13*
American Chicle pref 8 Q-J 94 «a
Amer La France Entrtn« Co. — 17 _
Amer La France ECo pf... — 43 _
American Marble — 35 fait
American Marble 6s A J4 D 93 94
Am Press Association A Q-J 95 j;s
Am Sch Furnlt combined... — 4 754
Am Sch Fumit 6s 6 . $6 T5
Am Soda Foun com — ■ 2 4
Am Soda Foun Ist pref.... 8 A 73
Am Soda Foun 2d oref ... — $ . 14
American Thread Co pref.. 3 JA J 4»4! . 414
American Typefounders" . . . . 4 JA J 26*% 40
Amer Typefounders* pref... 7 J4 J 97 101
Anv»r Writing Paper pref. . . — 23 i 2)*
Am»r Writing "Paper bd« sa. — ' J4 J I SB\ 8711
Automatic Heating pref ... 41 J4 J 83 93
Uamberger De Lamar — — 4 6'-j
Celluloid Company 8 Q-J j>) m
Cen Fireworks com 2 . 13 17
Cen Fireworks pref 7 FA A 33 70
Chesebrough Mfg 14 Mo 440 4SO
Chic R R Tel E!e Co 4* 6 M 4 M 45 53
Con Rubber Tire 4s — UV W»
Cotton OH & Fibre pref — 1 \h%
Denver Un Water Co pref.. — M —
Deny Un Water Co bonds.. 5 J 4 J 101 —
Eastern S S Co — M 41
Empire Steel — • •
Empire. Steel pref 8 J 4 J 40 50
Gorham Manuf pref A Q-J 130 —
Hall Signal A Q-J SI M
II B Claflin Co com — 101 ICO
H B Claflin Co Ist pref 5 — M »
H B Claflln Co 2d pref 8 97*4 lfl*
Herring H M Co — l * I*4
Herring HM Co Ist pref... 7 SH 28
Herring HMCo 3d pref... 7 3 5
Inter .Elevating Co 8 — — 58 63
Inter Power pref — 1 100 —
Inter Salt.:.. — 1 30 SI
Inter Salt 5s 8 A 4 O I «•% 11
Iron Steamboat — ) IV t
Janeway Butt Co pref 8 AA N ; 110 133
J B Stetson com 15 J 4 J MS —
J B Stetson pref 8 AA J 135 130
Lanstcm Monotype — 12 13
Maine S S stock - — I IT 31
Margenthaler .' 15 CJ-J 200 3M
Mexican Silver 5s — — . *> «
NY & N Tel 7 Q-J 187 170
Old Dominion S S « JA J 113 13
Pitts. Bess ALE 3 JA J «8 \73
Pope 1 Manufacturing Co — — 8 -T's
Pope Manuf Co Ist pref — 74 7T
Pope Manuf Co 2d pref — 23 3J*»
Pratt 4 Whitney pref 8 »i* II
Procter 4 Gamble 12 380 ■•
Procter 4 Gamble pref S 202 CO
Railway Auto Sales — : i ■
Railway Auto Sales pref .... 8 ■ 10 18
Safety Car Heat & Light... — Q-J 240 —
Securities Co Consol 4s — 53 to
ilmcson-Crawford Co — ■ — ■
Singer Mfg Co 18 Q-J «25 ••
Standard Coupler Hi 20 »
Stand Mill Co..' — • 10
Stand Mill Co pref — SB S7
Stand Mill 5» — ■ ■ £> «
Ewlft ACo 7 Q-F 109 "3
Tubular Dispatch — '* *
Trenton Potteries com — In* ■
Trenton Potteries pref 8 14.' 91 M
Trenton Pot funding ctls. . 4 J* J JO J3
Trow Directory, new „ 4 70 «•
Union Typwvriter com 6 ■•* m
Union Typewriter Ist pref. . 7 A 4 O I 118 1»
Union Typewriter "id pref.. 8 IA4 0 . 118 . 131
C S Envelope com — ! i »*» IT
U S Envelope pref 7 I Q-il i 91 J »
Worthlngton Pump pref — I -■ I ISO I m _
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(Furnished by Joseph Walker * Sons. No. -> BrosJ-itt
■ > Bate. , Bil I Aakerf.
Albany A Susquehanna 9 \ 24t) —
Albany & Vermont ■ JJ ...
Allegheny i Western 8 »J *~
American Tel & Cable 5 «■ «
Atlanta 4 Charlotte A Line. 7 »» *)£
Augusta & Savannah 5 «J
Avon Genesea A Mt Morris. 313 1 • ...
Beech Creek. 4 W» * m
Berkshire * x * «
Bleecker St at F V 14 » jS
Boston & Albany f »•.. _
Joston & Lowell 8 -*-» _
Boston ANY Air Una pf. 4 "t „,
Boston & Providence 1" -* S
Broadway & Seventh Ay«. . 10 -4- *!i
Brooklyn City 10 . 2 *> *£
Camden & Burlington R a. . 8 ♦ »** jj<
Catawtssa Ist pref 5 J-* J5
Catawlssa 2d pref 6 1— _
Cayuga & Susfiuefcanna, 9 f™ _
Central Crusstuwn R X J "5 _„
Cent Park N & E River.... » «2 US
Chattahoochee & Gulf « »* . JSti
Chic & E 111 Ctf com 10 J.'* Ig*
Chic & E 111 pref » }^ 135
Christopher & Tenth St 8 «»„ JS
Cleveland & Pittsburg > JiJ** tjJ
Columbus & Xenla 9 11? —
Commercial Union of Maine. • Ji2 „y.
Concord & Montreal 7 JS —
Concord & Portsmouth ■ JJ! .79
Conn i Passumpslc R pf... 8 9 JS»
Connecticut River 10 f*{ ' _
Danbury A Norwalk 0 iff <^^' : $
Dayton i Michigan pf 8 *w _
Delaware & Bound Brook.. 8 «» «.«
Detroit. Hll'.sdale & Swn... 4 ••>* 150
East Pennsylvania • "i _
East Mahanoy » ** _
Eastern Maine *•* W9 _
Eighth Avwiue IS . Jg _
Elmira 4 Wllliamsport com 4-56 ' M i«.V
Eimlra 4 Wllliamsport pr«f »-3» i*> _
Empire & Bay State Tel... 4 — _
Erie 4 Kalamaioo | 10 -Ji to
Erie 4 Pimburg 7 -•■! 133
Kltchburs pref : » }~ J w
Ft Wayne 4 Jackson pf... 5«4 "3 *•«
42d St * Grand St Ferry- •■ **. «J* r w
Franklin Tel Mi 1 f9
Georgia XX A Bank C 0... " ?S fj,,
Gold 4 Stock Tel I • 1-r —
Goshen 4 Deckertowa j ♦ *{ a?H
Grand River Vallay .' * J|? _
Green « |*» _
Har P Mt Joy 4 Lan J v^s BO
Uaitford 4 Conn West 2 ♦• M ,
Hereford • 8T _ -
Blhernla Mine « ,-v to«
Illinois Cent Leased Un»... 4 W»* * m
rilnois 4 Mis Tel * »- _
Interocean Tel • l " ! ••
Jackson. Lansing A Sag 313 1 ,?!i»; _.
jouet A Chicago ...."N. I „ Ji; % ; __
Kal Allegan A Gd Rapids.. 8.95 l« < ,
X C Ft S A Memphis pf... ♦ ■*; sB
Kan C St L. 4 Chi Pf • "* jj< .
Lake Shore 10 ■*> ■
Uttle Miami 8* 52 ■
L, 9 X R R 4 Coal Co 5 \rrr Bg
Louisiana 4 Mo River pf... 1 £* _
Lowell 4 Andorer • rS —
Mahomna; Coal pref » JVJJu, : — ;!
Manchester 4 Uwt»h« 10 -*-*» _
Massawlppl Vr . - ■ *, •£; 1»
Mine Hill 4 Schnylkm H. B^4 «
Mobile 4 Birmingham pref. 4 2a WO
Mobile A Ohio - * » _
Morris Canal 4 Bank .4 .2 —
Morris Canal pref 10 m Ji9
Morris 4 Essex T l! " _.
Mt Carbon 4 Pt Carbon 12 — m
NashvtlU 4 Decatur 7* J^ —
Nashua 4 Lowell • Jm —
NaugatuclT . • 10 J*J — ,
N J Trans Co 10 2«0 _
New -London A Northern... • M —
NY Bklyn 4MB prtf.... ft J" «of
New- York 4 Harlem 14 gj
NY Lack A West 5 »**» _
Ninth Avenue « J** ffO
North Carolina. T *•» ■ .
Northern RBof N H • *•» • ~
Northern It R of N J 4 ** iM'
North Pennsylvania ....;.. » - - tn^
Northwest Tel • IS &>
Norwich 4 Worcester pf-... • "si —
Ogden MUM * M iff
Old Colony T iSX —
Oswago 4 Syracuse 7 -;' a
racing 4 Atlantic Tel 4 ■ J5 —
Patcrson 4 Hudson River. . 8 J2i ' —
raterson 4 T.aniapo > «V tcS
Feorla 4 Bureau Vy... 8 2« ■
Phil Oernmntown 4 Nor... 12 £*> — -
Phil 4 Trenton 10 M ft -.
Pitts Bessemer ALE com. « S* is -
Pitts Bmhsmt ALB pr««. « "* yo+
ruts Ft Wayne * Chi I »** . »?

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