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SECURITIES CLOSE LOWER.
FURTHER REALIZING RESULTS IX CHEAPER PRICES.
Substantial Interests B-uy on the Decline — Money Rates Remain Easy —
Sterling Unchanged.
Closing prices -yesterday of the principal active
securities and net changes from Tuesday's quo
tations were:
STOCKS.
Amal Copper. . . 77«» — 1 '* ! T Central 158% —2
Am C& F 37*. -%!nTO*W 66£ -2
An Locomotive. 4«!H —IS*. Norf & West 84% — %
Am Malt pref.. 2. . ! » — <i!Nor Amer 100% — %
An; Smelting... ua*» —2% Perm R » 141 — 1%
Am fiusar 14OS —I^4 : Peo Gas of Chi. .110 —%i
Am St«el T Hi : —1 Presa St Oar 38 — %
Top * SF-. 8S — IHj do pref «2% — %
do pref 102% —1 |Ry 8t Spring 55% — %
Atlantic C L... 140 —3 Beadle* »3J» — 1%
Bait & 0hi0.... 107% —1 Reek Island 33% — %
Brooklyn XT. . 6.V* — % do pref 79** —1
Canadian Pac..145%» — l'»;R*pul. Steel 19% — 1%
Ches *.- 0hi0... M^ — 2 do pref 72% — %
Chic Gt Wsßt.. 25% — % Rubber Goods. . . 28% — %
CM 4 StpT...J7SJ» — IHSL.6W 26 —1
Chi & H W....258 — CWj do pref «3% — 1%
Chi T T 18 Southern Ry 84 i —1
do pref 85 +11 1 * Soutt«rn Pac... 06% — 1%
CCI Ftc X C 3% — % do pref 118 — %
Ccl A goath 28% —1 jTenn C * I 60T4 — IS
Cohbc-3 G*m 206 — %' Texas & P»c 87% — ?i
Com Product*.. 13 — 2 TsliiVT 30 1 * —J»
Eri« 45% — %>. do pref -67% 1H
do let pref... 76** — X Twin City R T..lll'* +2
do 24 pref... 66% — % Union Pac 12»% —2%
Fed M* S pf . . 04% —% C S Leather 12% + %
IlUsoie CentrsJ.l69?i — do pref 104 4- %
Kan C So pt... e3 — % XT fi Pipe 81 — 1%
Louis & Nash. .140% —1% IT S Rubber 40% —1
Manhattan 169 — % U S Realty »1 —8%
Met St Ry 122% — 1H US Steel 33% — 1%
Met See 65% — 1% do pr.f 03% — %
Mcx Central.... 24* — *hl r abssh 22% — %
M»PA- S S M.117% —1 ! do prof 45 »-l%
M X & T pf... «4 —1* West Un Te1.... »8% —
MUmcuri Pac...ir<<»% —1 iWS» Cent 23% ' — %
National Lead.. 38 — %l do pref &1 — 1%
BONDS.
A« Tob fls 11T% -1i18LgW1it....9»% +Ji
Atlantic C L.4».101 1 * — % 1 do eon 4s 82 — U
BA O OoM 4s. .105 —H. '■ Stand R& T Ino 3J4 — %
C» * Q4t «9% + H Third AX» 4s 97% + %
C R l&P Rft 4s 81% — TStl. & 4a. . S8 — %
fiocolt f.s. .. »4 — '-. Pae00n4»...130% —2
nt« Beo C 5».. SOli — Si V a Steel 0e.... 88:4 + %
Kris gen 4s 93% -Hi Wabash deb Bs. . 72 — U
5? KIT of T 35.1W% +H\ do P T Ist*. . . 94% +H.
Pans cm 3%5..106% - >.i !
STOCK MAEKET OPERATIONS.
Stock market movements showed great Irreg
ularity, early losses being followed by gains
throughout the list, while In the afternoon trad
ing weakness again developed, carrying prices
among the active shares 1 per cent and more
t>«low the closing of the preceding.day. To those
people who have watched the market carefully
the continuation of the reaction that began last
week Is not at all. surprising, while further de
clines will not create astonishment in circles
where conditions governing speculative move
ments are understood. The reaction is the result
of an overbought market at a time when money
rates are moving toward a higher leveL It need
not be assumed, however, that the bull market
of 1905 has run its course, nor should the de
cline be taken as an indication that the sub
stantial market interests have lost faith in their
ability to control speculation in the face of
vigorous attempts on the part of sold out bulls
to bring about a lower level of values. In the
active list realizing: sales and bear pressure were
responsible for weakness that doubtless forced
many lightly margined traders to part with
their holdings, but on the decline offerings were
taken by an excellent class of buyers, the effect
of these purchases being shown in a firmer
tendency In quotations at the close.
There was nothing In the day's news that war
ranted the weakness on the Stock Exchange, al
though traders thought that the situation of
affairs in* Venezuela had induced selling in com
mission house circles. It is not likely that any
one with the faintest grain of common sense
sold stocks because the United States has de
cided to compel the President of the Venezuelan
Republic to behave himself in the matter of his
conduct toward American business enterprises
In this country. The decline was due to tech
nical market conditions. It Is more than likely
that there will be a recovery in to-day's mar
ket, and that the losses of 2 per cent^n New-
York Central, 2 per cent in Ontario and "West
ern, 2% per cent in Union Pacific, 2 per cent in
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1% per cent In St. Paul
and l\i per cent in Canadian Pacific will be fol
lowed by gains equally as heavy. Vigorous
efforts were made by traders to force the pools
In various issues to throw their holdings on the
market, but there was no Indication of Impor
tant liquidation, and no disposition on the part
of the leading interests to believe that the sell-
Ing movement would run Into the big decline
that generally marks the end of a bull market.
In many stocks pool brokers were active buyers •
on the reaction, notably in Canadian Pacific, in
•which accumulation was reported for the ac
count of the same Interests who for so long a
period have been bullish on this issue. The
chief exception to the downward movement was
presented by Twin City Rapid Transit, which
dosed the day at a net gain of 2 points, buy
ing of the stock being based on the company's
excellent return of earnings, and Chicago Ter
minal preferred, which was in good demand fro/nf ro/n
people well Informed regarding the position of
the Chicago Terminal property.
The high prices for the greater number of
securities in the current year were made a week
ago. when the leading active railway issues
Showed an average quotation of 126.78 and the
leading industrials an average price of .78.22.
In the last seven days there has been an av
erage decline in the railway shares of over 2
per cent and in the Industrials a decline of 1
per cent, while comparing present figures with
those that prevailed a month ago the average
advance has been about 2 per cent for the rail
way issues and the same for the industrials. It
■will therefore be seen that in the last month
there has been no enormous appreciation in
stock market values, and that In the last weeK
there has been a healthful reaction that has
served to eliminate many weak holdings, thus
placing the general market in a better position
to resume an upward course— movement that
the best informed observers believe will take
place in the near future. The idea that specula
tion will be upset by the money market is not
entertained in conservative quarters for the
simple reason that it Is known that whenever
money becomes scarce at this centre there will
be large offerings of foreign funds in the local
market. Foreign exchange rates already are
near the gold importing point, and It is not at
all unlikely that shipments of the precious
metal will soon be made from the other side to
New- York. Money moves in the direction where
rates are the most profitable, and as quotations
abroad have fallen under the level in this mar
ket, it is easy to see why there should be no un
easiness over the position of the monetary situa
tion here.
BOND MARKET TRADING.
P-NMKNT BONDS.-Market stronff. Final
faotatfoos tol\o%:
Bid. Asked. I Hill A*lreA
JJ.te. 105»»iV.S. 4s J925 r*e lfi"^ ia.l
hi s^kjsl i« I"* of c - «*•■»"* -
RAILROAD BONDS.-Market Irregular. Total
rales amounted In par value to $3,005,000. against
J3.C5 f Q» on Tuesday. The heaviest dealings were
In the Archison general 45,. Atlantic Coast Line 4s.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit is, Chicago. Burlington
and Quincy 4s, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific
railroad 4s end collateral trust 6s, Erie general
and convertible 4s, Kansas City Southern 3s, Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas first 4s, ' Pennsylvania
convertible 3%5. Reading genera! 4s, San Antonio
and Aransae Pass 4s. Third Avenue 4s, "Union Pa
cific convertible 4s, Wabash debenture Bs. Wa
bash, Piiuburg Terminal firsts and Western Mary
land 4s. American Tobacco 4s and 6s, Standard
J Rope and Twine incomes end United States Steel
U v*r« <us« tctlv«j»
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.

BONDS.
1000 Japanese 6e 102H 1 10000 Mo X & T Ist 101
14000 do 102 I 5000 do 2d 4a M
1000 do 101H "000 do ;... 80%
10JOO do 101?* 15000 do Ext 5s 107&
50UO do 101% 1 10000 MK&T of T 6a.100%
3U500 do Ctfs 23 Ser. 100 l«of» do 100%
1000 do ami 100H 20OliO do 108%
10000 do V 9% , TOCtO Mut Fuel Gas Bs.. 107
47000 do »»H 18000 N V C Gen 3H5..100H
KM do fi»\» anno do L. 3 Col Btt». Ol'/a
2000 do »t>;4 15000 X V G & E L U
43(«.«J do BM4 & P4s 94Vi
500 Rep of Cuba C»..100H 1000 X V L & W T &
2000 do 105»4j I4s 103%
3000 U S of Mcx Ob . . 1 00% ! 2000 N V O & XV Ret
6000 Am Cot Oil 4»*«. 100 i 4s 104
«000 Am II & L(s... 974. 2000 Norf & W Con 45. 103*4
18000 do 07H ! 70rK> do PC & C 48. 07
S6OOOAm Tobacco .117%; 5000 do 96
45000 do lU\ H.XK) Nor Pac Gen 35.. 76%
10000 do 117V4 1 2000 do sISF. 76} i
1000 do 117U 4000 do Prior 4s 10*5
0000 do 4s T4\ 1000 Ore Sh L :»t 65..125»i
4000 do 74H 1 1000 do 125H
82000 do 74V4 5000 do Ctfs Gtd 4s. 97%
14000 A T & 8 F Adj ! 1000 Pac of Mo 15t.... 104
4« Stpd 97 ! 5000 Perm Gtd 4%s 111
4MOO do Gen 4s 104% 1000 do Convt 8H5...104 7 ;
10000 At Coast 4s 101*4 20000 do 104%
2000 do 515F.101 10000 do 104H
I 11000 B& O Gold 4b.. 104% 1 6000 do lO4H
3000 do 304% 20000 Peo & E Inc 81
2000 do 105 1 13000 Beading Gen 4s. .102
20000 do PL E & i 7000 do J C Col 45.. .100%
«~~ V 4b. 100% 1000 RGWCI Tr 45.. 93
8000 do Sivn 8'.45...«8 ! 1000 do . . .' 94
SSOOO Bkln Rap Tt 4s. SC 6000 Et L I Mt & So
XXX) Buffalo Ga« 85... 7214 Ref 4s 96
6000 BCR4X Cl Tr ! 1000 do Gen Bs 118%
..^ &* 121% 2000 do Rlv & G Dlv 9614
1000 C of Oa Con 6b.. 115 !l2f*X) St L 4 S F Ref 4s 90Vi
5 "22 do 2d Ino 71 4 1000 ° St L, Swn Ist 45.. 99
4000 do 3d Inc 58 ' 8000 do 99H
2000 Cent Pac Gtd . 100% ' 20000 do Con 4» .. 82%
0000 C& O Gen 4H5..106ii 1000 do . 63
6000 Chic & Alt 8%8.. 82 ' 1000 do 82 , i
.522°. d^ 82% i 3000 St PM & M Mont
C3OOO C B & Q Jt 4b.. 99^i! Ext 4s 104%
fiOOO do bIOF. 00% 10000 SA&A P4s . 90%
7fJ|V> 60 90% 1 1000 do im,
1000 do Neb Ext 4s 15000 do 00%
„„ 820F.10S ' 8000 So Pac Cl Tr 45.. 95 %
,£OOO CRI & P Ref 4s OS ! 28000 do T Ctfs Kef 4s !»7
]o<Vio do 07*4 ' 22000 do 00%
f*Oort do RR 48 81%' 1000 South Ry Ist 58..111W
™°? <>o 81 1 3000 Stand R& T Cs, .46 "
2000 do | 84000 do Inc /.. 3V t
«I^S do Cl Tr ss. . . . 03% '41000 Third Aye Con 4s. 97%
J°jJJJ <5o 03% l 2000 TStL &\V 45.. BR%
1000 do 94 10000 do m
WOO Cl«>v C C ft St L ' .1000 Union Pac lst^s.lOfi'i
.^, « Oen 4s 102% 40000 do Convt 4s 132U
1000 Col &So Ist 45.. 93%!2(W0 do . 131%
2000 do '.. !»3%i11000 do 131H
4000 Col Mid In 4a... 70 88000 do 131%
J.'.OO'Con Has Deb 65.1R2 '.30000 do 131%
1000 Con Tob 4b SO \ 5000 do 130%
1000 IMst Pec Cor Bs. 80%' 1000 do 131
4«V> J> MAMT. G. . 75 22000 -do 130%
r-OOODIPt Soo Cor Cs.. 81 j 15000 17 R R of 8 T 4b. 00
000 do SO% 2000 tT fi R & Imp 55. 102
*™> do «0%1 2000 rS R & Ref 65.. 91%
270^ do 80% 157000 U 8 Steel S F 3s. 04%
r-000 do 85000 do 94%
2000 ETV ft O Con 1 4000 do 94H
Ist Bs 121% 93000 do . . . 9414
10000 Erie Gen 4» 93 1400000 do 94
1000 do 92% 208000 do 94%
9000 do 93% 153000 do 93« i
15000 do Convt 4«. ..109 1112000 do 03%
2000 do Perm CT 4s 04<S, I 500 do Res; t)4%
6000 do 9414 2000 do sml 94%
6000 l^t Worth & D C ' 1000 Va I C & C 55... Rt>
Ist 3.110%! 7000 do KM
COCin Ga Pac Ist 65 ... 124% ' 3000 do 89 "
1000 H & T C Gen 4s. 9»HI 2000 Wahash Ist Cs list;
2000 Tnt &Gt M 2<1...10ih 1000 do . .. 11«%
1000 Kan & Mich l«t. 97^1 1000 do 23 Cs . ... 10« i
4000 Kan C& P Ist.. 85 51000 do Deb B 73%
4000 KeFS &M 4s 10000 do 71%
27000 Kan Cltv So Ss.. 73 110000 do ... 72%
2000 KCoEI 49 Stpd 21000 do 73%
Gtd 1 61000 do 73
KW> KCE L& P 6s. '41000 do 72%
10000 Larka steel Bs.. 107% ! 99000 do ... 72
11000 L, S & M So Deb 1100001 10000 Wab Pitts T Ist.. 94%
■*» 101 ! 1000 West Md 4b 93%
8000 Z. A Cl Tr 4b. 100 ' 10000 do . 93"i
2000 do So Ry Jt 4s. MSU 1 2000 do 02 3
1000 Man Con 4s 106% 123000 do ... . 93
MM Mcx Cent Ist Inc 24% 1 .vyv» Wcrt'Sh 4s Res. .108%
1000 do 2d Inc 118 I nooo "W Un F&R E. 10*14
woo Mo K& t Ist 4«.1O1 1 rw) do 1O<?%
10000 do BIOF. 101 I 7000 Wis Cent Gen 45.. 03%
2000 do 101%!
Total sales of bonds. $3,005,000.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, March 22. 4 p. m.— The market for Amer-
Icnn securities was heavy in the greater part of
the day. Final prices follow:
London New-York New
close, equivalent close. Changes.
Anaconda 6% 119% 120 — %
Atchfsr-n 01% 80% gfl% _ %
Canadian Pacific. 152% 14814 148 + '-*
St Paul .'..185 180 180% — v
Er;» 47 45% 46% — %
do Ist preferred 82% 80% 80% — %
Illinois Central 165% 161 160% J- V;
Louisville & Nashville. .l4s% 141% 142 — %
N V Central 100% 161% 161 — 1,4
Pennsylvania 73 H 142% 142 T ,i — %
Reading: 48% l« 03 —
Southern Pacific C>9% 67% 68% — %
Union Pacific Itt% 130% 131 — %
V S Steel 35% 34 7 35 — *»
do preferred 90% 94 04% — %
FOREIGN* MONEY MARKET.— CaII money in
London, 2ir4@2?i per cent. Open market discount
rate for short bills, 2 B-16@ 2% per cent; long- bills,
2 3-16<g2ii per cent. Berlin discount rate, 2% per
cent. Berlin exchange on London, 20 marks 48%
pfennigs. Parts discount rate, 1% per cent. Paris
exchange on London, 25 francs 19^ centimes.
FOREIGN SECURITIES. — British consols for
monf*\ 81J4; for the account. 91%; French rentes, 99
franc^ 85 centimes. ,
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 314
per cent; highest, 3% per cent; lowest, 3 per cent;
last loan, 3 per cent; close, 314 per cent; ruling- rate,
314 per cent. Time money was quoted at 3^314 per
cent for sixty to ninety days and 3Vi@3 l / 4 per cent
for four, five and six months. Commercial paper
was quoted at 3?i@4 per cent for sixty to ninety
days, 4®4% per cent for four to six months and
5 per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-Market closed steady.
Actual closing rates follow.
Cables. Sight. Sixty days
Sterling- 4.86% 4.85%@4.86% 4.83«i'»*4 84 '
Francs -5.17/% n.ISV'fV, n-, •S.in&f 5.19%
Reichsmarke 05 I 94 15-16095 94 9-I(KK>4%
Guilders 40 3-16®40>.i 40©401-ia
•Less 1-18.
Bankers' posted rates were:
„ "-■ • Sixty days. Demand.
Sterling ...\ 4.83 87
Paris francs > 6.18% 5 16%
Switzerland francs 5.20 5.18%
Belgium francs 5.19%; 8.1 A%
Germany relchsmarks 04 4 05>4
Holland guilders 40 40%
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— New-Orleans—
mercial. 75c@$l discount; bank. $1 premium. San
Francisco— €c; telegraph, Be. Boston— loc
discount. Chicago— lsc discount. Charleston— Buy-
Ing, 503 discount; selling, $1 premium. St. Louis—
2'c discount bid, 30c discount asked. Minneapolis—
70c premium. Cincinnati— loc discount. Savannah-
Buying, 50e discount; selling, 75c premium.
BANK CLEARINGS. — New-York — Exchanges,
J337,5&),452; balances, $11,111,437. Boston— Exchanges.
$22,857,248; balances. $1,750,710. Chicago— Exchanges.
$20,359,010; balances. $2.554,251. Philadelphia—Ex
changes. $21,162,524; balances, $2,878,071. Baltimore-
Exchanges, $3,833,903; balances, $495,237.
SILVER MARKET.— silver, GB^4e; Mexican
silver dollars, 44"54 c. Bar silver in London closed
at 26% c. 1
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 32.90; Lisbon, 7.50.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New- York is quoted at 202.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.— Customs receipts
reported from Washington. $1,098,112; internal rev
enue receipts. $504,262; miscellaneous receipts, $38.
557. Receipts for the dar. $2,000,531; expenditures,
$1,790,000. Receipts for the month to date, $32,619,432;
expenditures. $31,140,000; excess of receipts, $1,509,432.
Receipts for the fiscal year to date. 1395,317.643; ex
penditures, $422,238,973; excess of expenditures, $23,
£11.336.
SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury was cred
itor to the Clearing House 1144,371.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS. .
(Furnished by Charles D. Barney & Co., No. 23 Broad-at.,
New-York, and No. 122 South 4th-et.. Philadelphia.)
Bia!Aßked.| Bid. Asked.
Am Cement 6% 6% 1 North Perm 104 106
Am Ry Co 62% 03 Phlla Co 4tlU 40%
Con L Sup com. 6% 7 1 do pref .. 47U 48
do pref 12% 13 jPenn RR C 0.... 70% 701,
Cambria St*U... 27% 27% Perm Steel C 0... 52 B3T
Con Tr of NJ. 82 82% do pref 994 101
Elec St- Bat Co. 64% 68 Phlla Elec C 0.,.. 10»J 10T4
Elec Co of Am. 11% 12 Phils. & Erie .. 72 73
Fairmount Trac. 20 21 Phlla Kan Tr 80 "»oi'
Ins Co of NA. 23* 2»<*Su» Iron* Steel .' 2 2'A
Leblßh N«v.... 106 105% Smokeless Pow... 31 82
LehJjrh Val RK 65 GUi Tidewater Steel., m 2• .
Marsden ....... 4% 4% Union Traction... Bft^ 6»
Nat Asphalt 14 10 Un Ois Imp C 0.115%. 115% 110
do pref 48 .4C',i| . .
BONDS.'
Am Ry Cony C 5.103 103% Phlla Elec 1m.... 77 77-4
Kl*e & Peo 4*. .100% 101 I do 6s 103 103%
KJConCy. 110 111 Pblla Co 6« 103 100%
P»o pcm nj 4«.1D6^ ice% - w .■ :<■■■■.■■
NEW-YOBS: DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 100->.
" RAILROAD AND OTHE^ STOCKS.
•■■ ■ ■ ■ • : : •»
Shares I I Actual Kales I— Closing—
sold. I |Open|Hl|rh|l>o\v. I l'-lu.i Bid. I Ask.
1 Adams Express.) — I — — — 244 250
, Albany & Sub... — — — — 235' | —
OGOlAllis-Chalmers . lfiu lG'i 1& 1C I 15 | 15»i
100 r do pref s»'« 60H S<JH 69H 68 : M
04.700 »A ma! Copper:.. 71>H 78% 77»i 77' A 77% 78 ,
Am Agr Ciiem.. — — | — — — 1 24
47 do pref | 00% 91H 00% 91H — |iW
6W 'Am Beet Sugar! 29>4 »i j 21)^ i 20% — —
3.300 Am Car & Fury 3SH 88% 87H 37% 374 37% 1
1.400! do pref, 100 lu»^ <fti\ 89% «!» 80%
American Coal.. I — — — — 175 200 .
600! Amer Cotton Oil 34 84 33% 33*>i| 33,4 34
i do pref j — — — — $»'» , It}
Amer DUt Tel.. — — — — 33 ', 33
100 Amer Express. . . 230 230 230 230 2-M 233
100 'Am Or Twine.. 734 7% 7% 7% 7% 8%
800 Am Hide & L.. . lim, iih, 10 jlO 9%\ JO
4.200 j do pref 02 v 68* i 02% 62% 62% 62H
450 'American Ice.. 5% sVi| 5* r.^ .r):.. r ) : . 5Vi
SOO »do pref | 30' [3« I 38^ 3S*g 38% 3b%i
l*Amer Unseed.. — — j — j — 17 U
- 'do prof — — j — — 42 , 40
12,100 'Am Locomotive 47% 48% 4l'>% 40% 43% •»♦%
100 «drf pref 110 116 11161 116 IK! 115% 110 V*
400 *Amer Malting.. | 7% 7%; 7 7 7 7Vi
300 'Jo pref j 2.J ! 2*5 j 25% 25% »%l 21!
30.500 «Amer Smelting. 101% 101% W% 00' i I>9V* ol*%
000 «do pref 122 122 12U* 121 v» liii 7 3 122
— — •American Snuff — 1 — — — 155 175
1 Mo pref i — I — ] — — OS% 100
8,800) Am Steal F'.iry. 17' 17% 10% 10% 16% 16%
14,450 do pref jHi ! (54% tC 4 : 64% 64 i 64%
'i,77i' 'Amer Sugar.... 141 141% 140% 140% 140% 140%
100 »do pref [137U l.'iT^ 187% 13714 137 13!) i
lAm Tel & Cable! — — — — 00 < 03
lAm Tel & Tel.. — — — — 144 145
100 1 Am Tob pf new I 9««i !«Hi 05% 95% SMi W>%
2.240 «Amer Woollen..; 30% I 30% 20% 20% 29% 2S>H
210 «do pref ;loSV»jl«**til»»7*« 107% 107 jIUH 1
200 'Anaconda . 118 118 118 IIS 116 118
1 Ann Arbor f — 1 — — — 30 \4O
100 do pref 74 |74 74 74 74 SO
1 Asso Her Ist ptl — \ — — — 08% —
84,500 Atchlson | 89% 89% bS 88 88 BSU
B2S do i»r*f |10;Bt|10J 102% 102% 102y 10a
1.350 do rights | % % %] ' % — —
2.600 Atl Coast Line.. 1 141% 141V4 140 14».» 140 140%
14.C00 Bait & Ohio 108% 108% 101% 107% 107% 1"T",
200 do pref 97% 97% 97% 97% OC»t 07%
Boston AL. pf.. -. I — I — — 105 —
14.025 B'klyn Hap Tr.. CO 66% 65% t5% C 5% 89%
B'klj-n Un Gas.. — — — — 204 214
Brunswick . — — — — | 13^1 13%
.Buff R & Pitts. — — — — 152 1180
-I do pref — — — — 105 180
ißuff & Sus pref. .—. — — — — «t>4i —
100 1 Canada South... 70 |70 70 70 f7O i7l
24,130 Canadian Pacific 147% 148% 14>iU 146% 140% 1 140%
400! 'do subs 147% 1 147% 147% 147% — ; —
r-IC &So Am Tel — I — — — 110 122
'Central of N J.. — I — — — , 107 200
59.800 1 Ches & Ohio 58% SB% 1 56% 56% 56% 60%
400! Chicago & Alton ,1% 41% 40% 401, 40% 41
1001 do pref |81 iBl iBl M 88 ; 80%
Cta & B 111 pref. — — — — 1130 141
Chic Bur * Qy. — — — j — 230 240
3.200 Chio Gt West... 23% |24 53% 23% 25% 23%
20 do pref A ; 02% > 62% 62% 62% «3 CO
2'JO! do Dref li | V-! 34% 34 34 :34 135
400 do deb I 87 I 87 i si; 1 - ■ 86% 60% 87%
Ch Ind & L, pref| — | t- — i — 70 —
85,450 1 Chic Mil & St PI 180% 180% 178% 1 17834 178% 170
1001 do pruf IKB |ISS [188 1188 ISO 190
1.500 Chic & Northw. 239 1239% 288 239 238% 239%
1 do Dref I — I — — — 255 2U3
ICh St PM& O. — I — — . — 100 200
1 do pref — | — — — lU2 204
4.400 Chic Term Tr... 18 110 118 18 18 18%
9.100 do pref 34 I 30%| 34 35 35 30
1,200 Chic Union Trac 10% 11 ( 10% 10% 10% 11%
100 do pref i 44 '44 :44 !44 J44 45
3.100 CCi'&St L. . 107% 10U 107% 107% 107% 108%
j do pref — — — — 121 122
Clev Lor & Wh. — — — — 80 I 02%
1 do pref — — — — 103 115
1 Clev & Pitts _____ [184% —
26.800 Col Fuel & Iron 54 54% 52% 63% 63 55%
- do pref — — | — I — 185 105
2.480 i Col & Southern. I 24% 1 24% 28% 1 23% 23% 24
100 do Ist pref 00% I 60% 60% 60% 60% fit
! do 2d pref \ — I — — — 34 05
100 ] Col & H C & Ir IC% ! 10% i 10% IC% 16% 16%
1 Com Cable — I — I — — 210 ! —
Consol Coal — — I — — 78 | —
1,100 Consol Ga5...... 205 205%! 205 205 20tl
10,636 Corn Products.. 14*41 14% I 12% 13 13 13<4
0,092 do pref I (.W»l CT.Ts 62% 01"/ a 62% 02%
1,600 1 Del & Hudson.. 190 188 188% 188% 1$»»
Del Lack &W. 1 — — — — 370 390
Deny & Rio Gr. — — — — 32% | 33%
1.2001 do pref 89% f<9% 88% 88% *>» 89%
100! Dcs M & Ft D. 27 , 27 27 27 26% 2*(
1 do pref — I — — — 96 —
Detroit Gas — — .— — CO 80
100 Detroit Southern 5 5 5 5 5 6%
100! do mef I 82 32 32 32 31 88
978] Dot United RP. 81 I 82% 1 81 M 1 -* 80% 82
1 Diamond Match.! — | — : — — 135 140
2.44(S|*Dlßt Securities. 41% 41% 4<>% 40% 40% 41
15 »Dul So S & Atl 15% 1. >% 15% 15% 15 | in
1,2001 *do pref ! 31% 32 131 SI 30% 32
100 Eleo Stor Bat... 85% 85% 85% 85% — i —
24.140 Erie 45% 4«> 45% 45% 45% 4511
3.200 do Ist pref I BCH4 I f-o"<i 79% 79% 79% 80
2,100 do 2cl pref I 67% C 7% 66% 66% 66% 67
Evans &TH... — I — — — ! 05 i 70
' do pref — I — — — 185 90
(Federal M & S.. — — — — 100 111
2,1001 do DTef '.. 06 08 94% 94% 94% 95
I'Ft1 'Ft W& D City — — — — S3 I —
Gen Chem C 0... — — — — 50 i 57%
1 do pref ! — | — — — 100 102
I.2oo!Gen Electric Co 1 187% 1 187% 187% 187% 187% 188
CM Northern pf. — —.1 — — 285 800
1 Hocking Valley. — I — : — — 93 94%
1 do Dref — — I — — 93% 04%
4.054 1 Illinois Central.. 100 160% ir>9»i 159% 119% 100
1 do Leased L... — — I — — 104 —
2,080 Paper 22% 22% 21% 21% 21% 21%
j do pref — — I — — 77 78
lOOI'Int Power ! 90 90 'JO 00 89% 91
Int Pump — — — — 36% 37
200 do pref 86%] 66% 1 86% 86% 85 87
100 lowa Central 27% I 27% 27% 27% 27 28
1 do prof | — I — — — i r>4 '50
IKana & Mich-. . . — — — ■— 87 : 88
1.000 Km City South. 29 29 28% 28% 1 28 ! 28%
1,900' to pref !66 65 64 65 64% <<•'<
000 X C FS& Mpf 84 84% 84 84 83% 84%
!Keok & Dcs M.i — — — — 14 I 17
' do pref ' — 1 — — — 50 I 50
2.620! Knlck Ice of Ch 11) I 20% 10 ! 19% 19% 10T4
1001 do pref ! 73' |73 173 73 •»!» 74
(Laclede Gas pref — — — — 100 105
200 L. E & Western. 41 41 41 41 I 40 ! 41
: do pref — — — — 100 103
1 Lake Shore ' — — — — 310 360
Lonjr Island ' — . — — — 58 60
s,sooJLouis & Nash..; 141% ,141% 140% 140% 140% 140%
Man Beach i — I — | — I — 10 ' , 14
Manhattan E1... 1 109 1169%1 169% 1 168 ' ICO 168 169%
Md Coal pret. ..I — — I — — 115 —
14,650 'Met Sec Subs.. 87 [ 87% 8- r ,% ! 80% 85% 86 .
10,200 'Met Street Ry. ',123% 124 122% 123% 122% 122%
9,800 Mexican Central 24% 24% 23Ts> -4- 4 24% 24%
Michigan Cent.. — — — — 150 ICi
100 Minn & St L. . . 62% 62% 62% 62% 60% 02
- do pref — — — — 89 95
800 MStP& SS M 118 118 117% 117% 117 118
900 do pref 160% 167 l>.V. 166 166 167
1,520 Mo Kan & Tex. 31 4 31% 3O»i 30% 30% 31
1,800 do pref ! 65% 65% 64% 64% 64% 65%
9.000 1 Missouri Pacific. 1 107 '.„ 107% 106% 106% 106% 106%
17 Morris & Essex. 11901 190 190 190 190 188 190
Nash & Chat... — — — — 140 143
700 »Nat Biscuit 61% 61% 61 ill '01 61%
1 'do pret — I — — — 117 122
1,200 Nat Er.am & St 23 24% 23"., 23% 23 24%
100 do pref 03 98 ' 93 03 88 <m'
21.500 'National Lead. 38% 39% 38 38 38 38%
i 'do pref i — — — — 104 100
NRR of M pf . — — — — 40 40%
■; do 2d pref — — — — 21 22
! New Cent Coal. — — — — 42 45
'N V Air Brake — — — — lf>7 11601 160
56,900 N V Central 161% 162% 159% 1".'.» 159% ll»
1,100 N V Ch & St L 49% 49% 47V4 47% 47 ;s>i
do Ist pref — — — — 110 117
do 2d pref — — — — 78 SO
N V Dock — — — — 20 124
1 do prof — — — — 60% !62
N V Lack &W. — — — — 134 110
'N Y& X J Tel — I — — — 172 174
900 NYNH &H. 200% 20OH 200 200 200 803
400 IN V Ont & W. . 59% 60% 58% 58% 58% 58%
6.400 Norfolk & West 85% 65% | 84% I 84% 84% 84%
1 do pref I—- I — — — 92 \94
3.000 1 North American!loo% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
1.0001 do rights %i % % % — —
Ontario Sllvjr... — j — — — 3 4%
100 Pacific Coast 93 193 93 93 92% 94%
1 do Ist praf — I — — — 106 lo*
-— : do 2d pref. ... — I — — — 93 95
2.300 Pacific Mail 45 < 45 44 44 44 1 44%
69,400 Pcnn It R 142% 1 142% 141% 141% 141% 141%
400lFeoria & East.. 40% 40% 40% 40% 40 42
C.700 I'- Gas & Coke 110% 111% 109% 110 100% 110
Pere Marquette. — — — — 98 101
' do pref — — — — 84 6i)
IPCC&SIL.. - — — — 80% 82
1 do pref — — — — 105 112
PFtW&Ch... — — — — 183 —
: do special — — — — 179 —
2.800 Pressed Stl Car. 38% I,*;-,-, 88 38 .17% 38
820 do pref. 1 03 ! 93% 92% 62% 02 t»2%
400 Pullman P Car. 24!» 1249 249 ! 249 247 24»
: Quicksilver — I — — — 1 1%
: .in pref — — — — 3% 4
RPv Securities.. — — — — 05% , Ofi^i
1.000 'Ry Stl Spring.. 1 85% 85% 35 35% 86% 35%
200 'do cref !90 !»8 98% 93% 92% 98%
09.700 R«adinK 1 05 I 95 93% ] 93% 93% 93%
! do Ist pr?f — I — — I — 02 02,4
100 1 do 2.1 pi of 00 »0 90 90 £9% 90
IRens & tiara. . . — I — — — 206 —
4,8001 'Rep Iron & Stl 21 21 19% 10% 10% 19%
2.600 'do pref I 78% 78% 77% 77% 77% 77* 4
22.200 Rock Island J. 3% 34 ! XV- , 83% 83% 33%
1.300 do pref 80 80 79% 70% 79% 79T4
1 Rome W & Ogd. — I— . — — 134 140
I.SOt- 'Rubber Goods.. 25% 26 25% 25% 25% 26%
i 'do r>ref — — — — 02% 96%
! Rutland R H pf — — — — 60 70
St Jos &Gi 1.. I — — — , — 13 16
1 do Ist pref — — — — 50 .r5. r 5
■ 100 1 do 21 pref 24% 24% 24% 24% 24 2«
St L&S F Ist pf — — — — ' — 79
1 do 2d pref ___._- 70% I 71%
1 do C& E I cts — — — — 185 190
j do pref I — — — — 188 135
800 St Louis South w! 26% 26% 2« 26 25 20
1,2001 do Dref : 04% 64% 68% 03% 63% 64
1,150! S .-' S & [ed2%%| 90% 92 !90 90 88 90
1 dopfed'l%%, — I — I — — 110 123.
87.400 Southern Pacific 07% 68H ! 66% 00% 66% «7
500 do pref 118% 118% 118 118 113 118%
9,900 1 Southern II R... 34% ; 34% 84% 24% 84% 34%
600 do nref 89% 100 ! 09% 100 09% 100
: do M & O ctfs — I — I — — 93 10">
l.OOOl Stand Rope ft T 1 I 1 I 1 1 T4 1
7.7oO|Tenn Coal & Ir. 00% 91% 89% 89% 89% 90
C,i«w Texus ft Pacific. 88% 88% 87% 37% :17' 4 37%
800 do Land Trust 42 i 42 42 42 42 42%
■ Third Ay« RR. — I — — — 129 131 .
Tol Peo & West "— i — — — 17 20%
300 To] Ry & Ll ht. 20 I 29% 29 j 29 ' 25% 29%
400 Tol St L & \\".. 38% 89% 88% 39% 38 ' 39
2. 000 1 do prel ■ 68% 58% 57% 67% 57% 57%
12,400 1 Twin City RTr 100% 114 109% 111% 111' 111%
2,200 'Union Bag & P 13% 13% 12% 12 13 : 18%
100 'do pref ! 77 ; 77 77 77 77 7<
190.400 Union Pacific... 130% 131 125% 12>% 125% 128%
100 do pref ! 90% 09% 09% 99% 98 99%
United Fruit | — I — — — — 110
100 Un Rv Invest... 42 ! 42 ! 42 42 42 44
600 do pref 82 82 I RO% 80% 81 S2
1.500 "USCIP4P 82 1 32 I 31 31 80% 31%
6001 «ao pref 87% 87% 87 87% B7 87%
U S Express — — — — 120 132
100 *0 S Leather... 13* 13% 13* 13% 12 13%
10.200 do ctf5........ 11% 1 12% ! 11% 12% 12% 12%
800 »do pref 104% 104% 1 104 104 104 104'^
1.000 (Jo Ctfs 104% 104% 101 104 104 104%
1.100 U B Ry Ac Imp. 94 94 91 91 01 91%
»U s Red & Ref — — — — . 24% 26%
! •■:.. pref I — — ! — — 45 r,i>:
1,100 V S Rubber 4HI 41% 40% 40% 40 41%
««HI do i-Tt-f 111% 111% 111 111 110% 111
92. 800 V s Steel 34% 86 I 83^ 88% 33% 3-1
01,600 do pref. 94% 04% 1>3% 03T4 93% J»T»
1.100 Va-Car ■ Cbem.. 34*4 34% 34 ! 34 33% 34
100 do pref [107% (107% 107% 107% 107% \UH
625 1 Va Iron CA C. 47 47 I 45% 45% 45% 45%
600 Wabssh 22% 22% 22>i 22% 22% 22%
1.600 .Jo pref 45% I 4Mi| 43 45 45 43%
Wells Panto Ex. — -*■ — — 250 !20(1! 20(1
450 West Untjn Tel. 03 03% 92% 02% l>2\ U3
200 Wt>»tln«h Mfg. ..ISO ISO [IHO ISO 180 IRO%
! do Ist rref....i — — 1 — — 190 Km
200 Whscl liE... ; 18% 18%1 IS IS 18 18%
200 do Ist pref.. . 44Vi 4->'» 44' 44 44 45
SOO do 2d pref 2tU«| 20% 2'JU 28% 2tt ! 20%
600 Wisconsin Cent. 23T4 28% I 23% 2'!'. ! 23% 23%
1,100 1 do pref 102 i 62 !31 51 |01 1 01%
1.332,078 Total sales for the (Jay. 'Unlisted.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Shares I '. I Open- I Hish- I Low- j Last
■old. I ! ' ■* I lnrf. 1 eat. [ «St. I sale.
25.1101 Amal Copper.... 79% 79% 77% | 77"»
130 Am Car & F'dry 38% :«H 37% 37%
101 Am Ice .... 5 1 5 5 . 5 ,.
2TOiAm Locomot.ve.. 47% | 4>% 46% 4t>»
2.Cf10 Am Sii'fltln« ... 101%! lol'i 'X>% IW9»
I^3o Am Sugar 141% 141»« 140% 14(>S
" 7.050 At Top & S F. . m%\ »%[ «7% I K7%
800 Bait & 0hi0.... 108 ! 10S%l 107\; 107%
6.150 Brook Rap Tt. . «ft% | «« 7 * 6.>% i 6.1%
560 Can Pao 147% 145% 146% 1 14«%
5,400 Cties & 0hi0.... 5»M.i 5S*%; C»J% 50%
840 Ch (It West 23% 24 23% 23%
12,060 Ch Mil &St P.. l»0% ISOM 178% 17S T
14.210 Col t'uel & 1... 54 I 54 52% U%
10 Torn Products... 14 i . !4 14 14
lOOlDist Securities.. 41% 41 %i 41 41
6.2401 Erie 45% 40 ■ 45 45
GO! do Ist pref 7!» "> 80% 70% 10
Lit 111 Central 139% ICOU 159% I*»%
550|l<oul8 & Nash... 141 >«: 141% ! 140** 140%
l.im Met Securities.. 8«% 87% SC 8(JV»
1v250l v 250 Met Street 123% 124 122% 122%
270 ! Mcx Central 24% I 24% 24 24
40 Mo X & Tex 31 31 31 81
60 . do pref -65% 05% 04% 65%
1.030 iMo Foe 107% j lOT % 1 10«% 10«%
680 Nat Lead 38% 89% » 35% 35%
9.390' N V Central 161% ; 182% I«>% 159%
2.900 N V Ont & W.. 59% CO% « >8 68
00 ' Norf & West.... 85 83 M % S5
70 Pac Mall 44V* 44% 43% 43%
14.0110 Pennsylvania ... 142 M. 143% 1 140 7 % 140 7
"650 People's Gas ... 110% 111 I 109% 109%
17t> Pressed Steel Car] 3»% 1 3» I 3* W%
56.4T.0 Readlnir 94% « 93% ta%
110! Rep Steel 20 20 i 19% 10%
2.700 Rock Island ... 33T4 34 j 33U 33' i
3<>lSt L Southw pf 64% 64% C4J* 64%
ll,r»oOla)uthern Pac .. 67% fiS «'"'% • ; «''»
40.1 i Southern Ry 31% | 34% 34'«: 34%
I.7loiTer.n Coal & 1.. »0% IMS M»S M>%
* 230 Tex Pae 8S I 3-t% XI H, 37%
84.000 Union Pac 131 131 12.5%! 128%
30 U S Leather.... 13% 13% 13% 13%
100! do tr r 12% 12U 12% 12%
10.520 U 3 Steel 34% 35 I 33% S3 T i
21.340 do pref 94% 94% !>3»i 9T.%
SO Wabaah 22% I 22%! 22% 22%
230 Ac pref 43% 45%) 46 *'•
SJ'Wfs Central . . 24 | 24 1 24, j 24
264.270 Total sales. .
MINING STOCKS.*
Sh*re* 1 I Open- I HlKh- I Low- I Last
«old. I I Ing. I est. [ eat. | sale.
' ioo| Aii-e ! .os 1 .m ! .9S .m
lOOIBfst & Be'.cher.. .« | .95 ! .9.. .95
1.800 Comatock bond.. .10% .10% .10% .10%
300 Elkton f .68 .68 .68 ..m
1.000 Oold Dollar ... .11% .11% -HH .11%
5.-0 Justice 07 .07 .07 .07
(W.il>,ne Star ! .22 .22 .22 .22
200 Mexican 1.45 1.45 1.45 1.45
200IMcNamara 47 .47 .47 .47
1.0001 Pharmacist 05% .06 .05% .0«
200lSavare 15 .19 .15 .IS
aOOtSandstorm 74 ! .75 .74 .75
I.OOOISunwt Eclipse.. l .03%| .03% f .03% .03%
20^lTonopah Belmontl 1.10 ! 1.10 i 1.10 1.10
1.0001 Work I •!« I -17 I -18 I •"
8.100 Total sales.
WHEAT.
Pnleo. I ! Open- | High- I Low- ! Last
bush. I I ing. I eat. I «»t. [ sale.
Rs.ooo!Moy option |$1 l^ l ilsl 18H|$1 14 sS:sl5 S :sl 14S
550.000 iJ^ly option ....' 92% I 95% I 91Hj 81 %.
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— houses dealt In
2,000 shares in the local market, buying on bal
ance. In London, after early weakness, the mar
ket showed a rallying tendency. There was a bet
ter tone In the Kaffir stocks, and American issues
looked as if they would recover with any encour
agement from New-York. It was reported from
Paris that the Russian government had renewed
negotiations with French financiers for a loan.
The matter is largely one of terms, but financiers
In London, and especially the Rothschilds, believe
that come pledge of peace will be necessary to
secure anything like reasonable rates.
BONDHOLDERS MAKE DEMANDS.— A com
mittee representing the holders of "Wabash de
benture B bonds has requested the Mercantile
Trust Company to furnish it with a copy of the
accounts of the Wabash company, and is con
sidering the advisability of beginning legal action
against the road for an accounting with respect
to the debenture B bonds, on which no interest
has been paid. This action of the committee fol
lows an unsatisfactory conference which the rep
resentatives of the bondholders had with the di
rectors of the road. It has been proposed by tho
management of the road that $3,500,000 A debent
ures be taken up with an equal amount of 4 per
cent fifty-year preference bonds, and the $26,500,000
debenture Bs be taken up by preference bonds
drawing interest at 2 per cent for the first two
years, 3 per cent for three years and 4 per cent
thereafter. Coupled with the proposal was the
further provision that the Wabash issue an addi
tional $30,000,000 of the same class of bonds for
improvements. The bondholders, however, de
clined to accept the proposition. ,
PIG IRON CERTIFICATES.— Pig iron cer
tificates, at the Produce Exchange opened dull but
generally steady. There were no sales. Quota
tions follow: Cash. $16KX3W: March, $16 50@*16G0;
April, $16 s&gsl6 SO; May, $16 60® 516 80; June. $16«5#
$17; July, &6 60fiS17. On the second call business
was moderately active and prices were steady.
The sales included 500 tons of March, SCO tons of
May. Closing Quotations follow: March, $16 50®
Sl6 SO; April. $16f6®JlC80; May, $16 60®fl6S0; June,
$16 70-8 $17; July, $16 60*1*17.
TO DEAL. IN "AMERICANS."— According to a
cable dispatch received yesterday from Par's, ar
rangements have been completed for the organiza
tion of a French company for tho better handling
of American securities in France. The company,
which wffl be called the Socle'te' Financifcre Franco-
Amerlcaine. will be organized under the auspices
of Speyer & Co.. of New-York, and the Banque de
l'Unlon Parielenne. of Paris.
FOREIGN HOUSES' ATTITUDE.— In view of
the Paris settlement, which begins at the end of
next week, foreign houses are extremely conserva
tive. The decline in Russian bonds has been
considerable, especially in St. Petersburg, and the
expected reduction of the Rio Tinto dividend Is
likely to also unfavorably influence the Paris mar
ket. They expect, however, plenty of peace talk
next week.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO.— The Bnltimore- and
Ohio Railroad Company has made application to
the Stock Exchange to Ts-t $2,347,000 additional
Pittsburg. Lake Frie and West Virginia system
first refunding mortgage bonds of 1941.
MONEY FOR NEW-ORLEANS.— The Sub-
Trensury transferred for banks $150,000 to New-
Orleans. This Is the first transfer on account of
tiif spring movement of currency to the interior.
CENTURY REALTY DIVIDEND.— The Century
Realty Company at its meeting yesterday declared
a semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent, payable July
1. and an extra dividend of 2 per cent.
SECURITIES LISTED.— The following securities
have been added to the Stock Exchange list: $2.
76fi,000 additional first -mortgage 5 per cent coupon
bonds of 20>JO of the Texas and Pacific Railway
Company, $16,900,000 additional ordinary capital
stock of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
$1,000,000 additional 4^ per cent coupon bonds of
19C1 of the Provident Loan Society of New York.
$3,000,0u0 additional 4 per cent divisional first Hen
and general mortgage covpon bonds of IM4 of the
Norfolk and Western Railway Company, $5,295,000
additional first consolidated mortgage fifty-year 4
per cent coupon bonds of 1952 of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad Company, $8,500,000 first preferred
Stock, $5,500,000 second preferred stock and $31,000,000
common stock of the Colorado and Southern Rail
way Company. $9,000,000 consolidated mortgage
guaranteed 4 per cent coupon bonds, sories F, of
1553, of the Piitfburg. Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
Louis Railway Company; $5,000,000 forty-year guar
antflod SVi per cent trust certificates, series C, of
IMS, and $10,000,000 series I), of 1944. of the Penn
sylvania Company; $21,0i/o.o<x> non-rumulattvo 4 per
cent prei>n-<-il stork and $30,000,000 common stock of
the Kansas City Southern Railway Company. $3,
072.000 first mortgage guaranteed 4 per cent thirty
year bonds of 1935 of the Dcs Moir.es and Fort
Dodge Railroad Company. $14,649,500 capital stock
of the Vanda.Ha Railroad Company and £4,000.000
Pacific Extension fifty-year 4 per cent coupon bonds
of 19*) of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba
Railway Company.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside securities was charac
terized by a heavy opening, although there ap
peared to be only light selling pressure. At times
there was a Blight upward spurt, but before the
noon hour a gradual downward tendency set in
under further heavy realizing. The weakness,
however, . was not general. In spots some sharp
upward movements were noted. The volume of
dealings was light, only about half a dozen •issues
displaying any marked animation. Northern Se
curities opened unchanged, but gradually broke 3
per cent with a slight rally. The "stub*," on light
selling pressure, fell 125 points. Interborough Rapid
Transit was down 3 per cent. International Mer
cantile Marine common declined a fraction, and the
preferred % per cent. Standard. Oil sold down 6
points. American Can preferred ••■ off %< per
cent. American Writing Paper issues were lower
by %<S*i4, per cent. Mackay shares were quiet:
the common receded »4 per cent. United States
Leather common displayed exceptional strength
under fairly active dealings, advancing 2 per cent,
but near the close lost 1 per cent of the gain: the
preferred fell off % per cent. Otis Elevator com
mon was up 3 per cent. The copper stocks showed
further recessions under moderate dea'.ings.' Bonds
were quiet and somewhat irregular. -
AMERICAN LIGHT AND TRACTION.
The American Light and Traction Company has
issued its annual statement for the year ended
December 31. 1904. The income account compares
as follows:
Year ended— 1904 . JJ 9 *^
Earnings on stock sub-companies.. $1,007,001 $97.1.4.9
Other income 144.503 110.371
Total gross .'. $1,151,004 *!.«»<>.«»
Expenses- 18.003 30.530
Net earnings $1,132,511 $1,030,311
Dividends ... CC9.132 553.060
Surplus *403.379 $497,251
The earnings statement of subsidiary companies
follows:
Undivided profits December 31. 1003 $1,022,467
Earnings of subsidiary companies In 1904 1.007.001
Total .' .'. $2,020,468
Dividends paid to American Light and Traction ' _
by sub-companies 70S, »OJ>
Undivided profits sub-companies December 31.
1904 $1.280,
The general balance sheet as of December SI,
ISO 4. follows: ."<-"
Assets
Investment account $23.472.2P3 ,
Furniture and fixtures 1.030
Treasury stork 1
Undivided profits sub-companies 1.2W.759
Bills receivable sub-companies'. 1,024,887
Accounts receivable 51,903
Stock held for investment.., U5.855
Cash 200,211
Total $28,115,963
Liabilities —
Preferred stock $0,396,000
Common stock l.V»x>.i>o»l
Accounts payable 2,147
Undivided earnings 1.710,018
Total $26, 1 15.983
AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH
The report of the, American Telephone and Tele
graph Company, showing- earnings and expenses in
detail for the last three years, follows:
Grosj earnings: 1004. 1003. 1002.
Dividends $8,400,301 $7.t>02.£34 $6,023,523
Rent of instruments... 3.435.H05 3.047.0.53 2,29!».370
Telephone tratiic 5.675,448 4,888.158 4.1Ut>.70S
Heal estate 7«,752 73,332 56.030
Interest 1.056,522 734,230 639.816
Totals $18,540,650 $16,545,632 $13,277,457
Expenses:
Administration ... $1,103,493 $062.29* $064,827
Legal expenses 83.530 M.MB 124. (Ma
Interest and taxes 2.670.054 1.093. 650 1.070.048
Telephone traffic 3,413.850 2.1)29.425 2,381.
Totals $7,270,957 $5,080,067 $5,442.
Statistics of the company' and all its licensees
follow:
1904. 1003. 1002.
Instruments (Dec. 31). 4.4F0.584 3,77'.>.517 3.150.320
Exchanges (January 1) *4.080 1,609 1.514
Branch offices 2.131 1.861
Miles telegraph wire... 1.121.228 975.702 837.012
Total miles wire 3,r»4r>,510 2,983.189 2.443. 75 i)
Total stations 1,790.633 1.323.167 1.277.053
*. •lncluding branch offices.
The condensed general balance sheet as of De
cember 31 Is as follows:
Assets — 1004. 1003. Changes.
Con. equip. & sup. $30,889,710 $2C.870.505 Inc. $4,012,005
Telephones 7,301.680 6.767.190 Inc. 834.400
Real estate 2.232.044 2.000.749 Inc. 223,
Stocks and bonds. 135.654.249 130.675.44tt Inc. 8.005,700
Patent account... 210. 173.584 Inc. 45,970
Mchnry and tools. 48.127 48.127
Cash and deps 12.192.673 13.310.534 Dec. 1.128.861
Bills and accts rec 35.140.048 22.307.407 Inc. 12,742.641
Amer Bell Tel Co 22.110.400 22,110.400
Old Col Tr Co 25,000.000 Inc. 25.000.000
TotaU $273,810,073 $224,361,525 1nc. 549,433.14!!
Liabilities-
Capital stock $158,661,800 $154,179,300 Inc. $4,482,500
Cap Instalments.. — 1.972.380 Dec. 1,972.380
Surplus 5.601.100 4.710.664 Inc. MW.43<J
Bonds 28.000.000 28.000.000
Bonds (collateral). 25.000.000 Inc. 25.000.
Notes 20.000.000 Inc. 20,000.000
Reserves 8.726.615 7,042.075 Inc. 784.540
Accounts payable. »i>.IM»4H 8,931. 59« Inc. 253.052
Contingent 18.645.210 18.G45.210
Totals $273,810,673 $224,381,525 1nc. 549, 439.148
•Of this amount $2,030,006 Is for the dividends payable
January 13, 1005. to stockholders of record December 31,
1004.
LAKE ERIE AND WESTERN.
The Lake Erie and Western Railroad has issued
its full pamphlet report for the year ended Decem
ber 31. 1904. The Income account compares as fol
lows:
1904. 1903. «1902.
Number of miles 8M B*o 887
Gross earnings $4,908,010 $5,215,72S $4,630,340
Ex.. additions, etc 3.720.000* 3.531.321 . 3.551.305
Net earnings $1,277,920 $1,387,407 $1.147.97.'>
Other Income 600 4,030 4.040
Total Income $1.275.520 $1,392,386 $1,152,013
Charges, taxes, etc 012.032 003.357 T805.750
Surplus $366,4.** $480,000 $454.163
Preferred dividend 355.200 473.600 473.600
Surplus $11,288 $15,409 $10,565
•Northern Ohio Railway earnings included. Taxes In
cluded In operating expenses.
The balance sheet as of December 31, 1904, com
pares as follows:
ASSETS.
Ry. and equipment $34,639,327 $34,659,327 $34,G50.327
Material on hand 365,243 394.533 212.729
Misc. stocks an.i bonds K.1.U10 156.tXK> 141.000
N. O. H. R. advance*. 44.200 41.262 35.375
Bills receivable 11S.000
Interest In K. B. R. R, 13.600 13,60!) 13.693
Taxes • 35.722
Agents and Railroads. x 268.0U1
Accounts receivable.... 440.537 421.325 21.433
Miscellaneous 8.275 0,373 34.213
Cash on hand 522.137 638,070 776.394
Suspense account 339.153 1.96S 13.70$
New fi t car contract. 406.473 694.659
Totals ....$37,040,150 $37,080,118 $36,323,340
LIABILITIES.
Capital stocks $23.650.000 423.650.000 $23,680,000
Bonds 10.875.t100 10,575.0t0 10.975.1W0
Accrued interest 3VX500 310. 313.823
Accounts payable 374.965 203.334 172.730
Unpaid wages 165,575 172.392 156.113
Dividends payable *236.b00 236.500 23«i.NM>
Irv. in st'ks and bonds 110.000
Miscellaneous 88.528 85.573 SU.'.KJO
Earnings adj 15.021
Special imp. fond — 64,110
New fr't car contract. 450,000 731.092 —
Loans & bills payable. 51.000
Profit and loss surplus. 702.739 781.471 625.061
Totals $37,010,150 »37.080.118 $36,323,340
NEW-YORK CENTRAL.
1905. 1004. 1903.
mated.) (Actual.) (Actual.)
Quarter ended March 31 —
Net earnings *4. t>K_, ooo $4,129,307 $5,278,560
Expenses 13,767.100 13.102.065 13.418,316
.Net earnings $18,450,000 $17,231,452 $18.696.M2
Other income 1.546.300 1.776.734 1.278.575
Total Income $6,229,200 $5,903,131 $6,557,141
Charges and taxes 6,4«0.00O 118.833 4,972.861
Balance $768,300 * $757. 29$ $1,594,280
Sinking fund 75,000 75,0&> 75.000
Surplus $603,300 $682.29* 91.509.280
Dividends \.053.100 1.C53.125 1.653.125
Deficit .- $059,800 $970. $143,843
The figures for nine month* of the llscal year compare
as follows. 1905.- 1904. 1003.
1905. 1904. 1003.
(Estimated.) (Actual.) (Actual.)
Gross earnings *&!.55<t.;»0 $56,6(57.231 $57,602,604
Expenses .... 42 7:iT.400 41.783.625 39.453. 70U
Net earnings $17,810,100 $14,883,006 $18,145.05S
Other income 4.583,300 6,248,846 3.&53.451
Total income $22.4«2.400 $21,132,452 $22,132,439
Chgs. taxes & skK fund 16,C^J,700 15.517.024 15.562.845
Surplus $5,745,700 $5,615,428 $8.Cv«).5!>4
Dividends 4.050.350 4.059.375 4.951,032
Surplus ~5786,350~ $786,350 $686, $1,613,562
IRON AND METAL TRADES.
The "Iron Age" says:
From the different points of view the most inter
esting event of the week has been the sale of
200.000 tons of steel billets, the largest transaction
of Its kind for a long period. The purchaser la
the Pittsburg Steel Company, owning a large wire
mill at Monesen and a bar and hoop mill at Glass
port, Perm. The company doea not make steel, and
using, as it does, about 200.000 tons of billets per
annum, is the largest dingle consumer In th«
country During the last summer the company
made the famous . conversion contract with the
Republic Company which created so much excite
ment and threatened serious trouble among steel
makers, but which in the end proved to be the
start of the steady recovery which has since taken
place in the markets. The negotiations to which
allusion was made last week first took the form of
a repetition of such a conversion contract, the
Pittsburg Steel Company having entered the market
for the purchase of pig iron. Ultimately, however,
the negotiations have worked around to a plain,
straight purchase of steel billets, for delivery dur
ing the second half of 1905 and during the first
half of 190& Of the total quantity, the Republic
Iron and Steel has received 8.000 tons a month
of Bessemer billets and the Carnegie Steel Com
pany 10.000 tons v month of open hearth and Bes
semer billets, the greater part being 4x4 standard
wire billets, while a certain tonnage Is IH-inch
billets for the hoop mill, for which an extra price la
being paid. It Is understood that the sale is on a
flat price, somewhat above the market, but that
no difference has been iruuie In the price of Bes
semer and of open hearth steel. The sale of. this
large quantity of serai material for delivery during
the year beginning with July. 1905, is significant
as showing the confidence of buyers and sellers In
the market. Another indication of what is ■ ex
, pected is furnished by the preparations wiiicii itre
befog mad* to bring down the supply of ore <sn-in*
the shipping season of 1906- OS. Th© United Stata^
Steel Corporation has shaped Its plans to hrin*
down 10.0u0.0C0 tons of Lake ores, while oatsiv,
Interpsts are arranging to ship lt.fifloCAO tons a
total of 33.000.000 tons, against the record of 27^70 <m
tons In the banner year 1»)2. T^!
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
The following securities were sold yesterday at
auction at the New- York Real Estate Salesroom
by Adrian H. Muller & Son:
BY ORDER OF EXECUTORS.
13.500 Elmira Water. Light ami Railroad C«a
pany second purchase m'.ney mortgage ;
p«r cent Koid income bonds. dv« January.
...-. . '**• 'nterest Mai -h 1 - ,
$312 90 Elmtra .Water. Light and Rallroa.l Com
. pany scrip «■
ff* 1 Elmlra Water. L'uht and Railroad
Company . -«
11 »hares Troy and Greenbush Railroad Asso
ciation I*B
BY ORDER OF RICHARD P HART ADMINISTRV
DECEASED E ESTATE OK WALTER RTaLiu^
$11.000 Trey and Rostoi Railroad con«olidatod
m m.irt?ragfc 7 per cent reglttered bonds.
dv» 1&24. interest January and July on«
of $I«.OW> and one of «.<!«> '. utim
140 shares American Coal Company. .. " " 1.H5
2t> share* Troy an.l Dennlngton Railroad " .'.'. 231
3.» shares Trey & GreenbU3h Rallroa.l Asso
ciation iss
14 shares Central National Back. Troy. N. y. ISi
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY COKCERX.
34 shares Gallatln National Bank . 420% to 421%
3i» snare* Lawyer*" Mortgage Company liCV
$2,000 Federal Gas Company of Tl'.ua (Perm.)
first mortg*e« 8 P«.r cent gold bonds. dv»
1911. coupons April 15 and October 15 xo
SCO shares Pops Manufactur!r.»r Company sec
ond prefjrred 20*4
100 sna.re» Adams Express Company 241«%
MB shares ■«■<■!!». Farpro * Co 2"S\>
25 shares Lawyers" Mortgaire Company 1S»1H
4 chare* Citizen*' Ceilial National Bank... l«T!»
SO shares Equitable Trust Company eso
15 shares City Trust Company 332$
2»! rhare<i Metropolitan Trust Company «£>£
1 share Union Trust Company 1.500>
2* shares Merchants" Ex-h»rße National Tank 175
100 shares Mount Hop* Cemetery Association,
per share St 50
$10,000 Corporation of the- Chamber of Ccnmerc*
of New-Tork bulMir.fr fund subscription
non -cumulative Income bond registered
certificate, interest annually May 43
100 shares American Surety Company 90S
10 shares Consolidated National Bank IS.
5 shares Mount Morris Bank 221
5 shares Greenwich Bank 215
$14,500 Medina Quarry Company first mcrt|ra«» 0
per cent tcold bonds, due April, 1032. in
terest April and October B
4 shares American Bank X&'i
ft shares Christopher and Tenth Street Rail
road Company 3««
4 shares Bowery Bank n.Tn'l
23 shares Bonk of New- York. N. B. A 33>%
11 shares Mercantile Natlon-tl Bank 2SOt»
$3,000 Central Union Gas Company first mort
gage 3 per cent bonds, due July. 1927, In
terest January and July !10%
100 shares Continental Tobacco Company pre
ferred 1441
25 shares Metropolitan Trust Company K45
1O shares Irving National Bunk 230
$1,000 Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago and St.
Louis Railroad i'St. Louis DiT'Mon) 4 per
cent bonds, due November, 1990. regis
tered, Interest May and November KWi.
200 shares American Surety Company ifiO
23 shares Van Norden Trust Company 2M
FOR ACCOUNT OF THE BANK OF THE STATE O»
NEW-YORK IN LIQUIDATION.
$10,000 Th» Cora and Lavela Railroad and Im
provement Company first mortgage 6 per
cent gold bonds, due July 1. l&2t>; January.
1890. and all subsequent coupons attached.
per bond $70
100.000 shares the New St. Elmo Gold and Copper
Mining: Company. Limited, three assess
ments paid cne. certifl<-ate for 30.000
shares, five certificates for 10.000 shares.
lot . $3
60 shares Alabama and Georgia Iron Com
pany common $323
289 shares Alabama and G-orgia Iron Com
pany prvferrfd COO
100 shares Kan. as City, rittaburg an.l Gulf
Railroad. lot $13
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
Shares I I Open- I Hlsh- '■ Low- ! Last
sold. I { Ing. . est. I eat. '; tale.
1.000' Am Can ' 1O%! 11 I 10H 1 10? i
800! do rref *x Jiv| 65^', 65% 1 RS «5
350 Am Writ Pap... CH) 8% *r, •<;•»
1.750 do pref i 34* 3 s S3\ 34
25 Amer Chicl© .... M 2» V 12» 123 ITJ
6,000. Ate!. Kts ... t» 1« l>-16 S-18 » II
63 Am L. a Tr pf.. 1 *1«4 104 104 I 104
"200; Arizona Con .... : S2H 32' i 32"4 32U.
M) Bethlehem Steel. •34« a! •34 i >; *34 "34
3.1251 Brit Col Copp.T.' 7 7 6% ' «H
no Borders Con M •113 t i! ll:l-i lI.V-s : 113 l -»
700{Cont li & dot... : •!'» 6H; 6'» '"•'•»
SoO[Granby «i»! «H| «'-• * l *
v CSOJGa & Term ! 10V» I 10H! 10 ; »! 10H
1.500 Gold Hill «* * *» 11-1*
1.000 Greene Gold « V* 1% 7*» 7«k
2.000 Greene Copper . . i 2s : » 2S* 28H I **%
3GtNprwrdon '2ST. 283 55 35
1.900 'Guanajuato .... 44 1 * 4% 4Vi 4"-»
li>o Havana Tob ...- 1 Ml 3.1 I 33 33
30Oi Houston OH ctfs 2»?i 29* i 1 2S 2»
106 1 Inter Salt ' 3O ' *> 30 30
800 Inter Her Mar.. 14 14 '. 13H 1.1 »
1.130: do pref *"•■■'. *35% ■ 35
400 Int RTr ex dlv. 212 ' 213 211 *» 213
600 Mackay 4)>4 404 • 4"
300 do pref ' 754 75 l * 75 75
«00' Man Trans 3** 3%» SV 3*4
100 M& B ' »-32 2»-32! 20-32 20-33
2.200 New-Orleans By 2«V» 2RH : 28 1 2BH
20 lonewwl.J •*»* 71H| 71 ; i' TIS
13.7(X> North Sec : IS9\* 15nV»! lSSi\ ' ISHS*
17 Nor Sen (stubs). *MB | »325 I »SOO '; «SOO
400 Old Tiewaukee..! 2HI 2% 2H 2'i
403' Otis Elevator...! 49*4 B0 4t»\ 52
31%' Seaboard I 18 : »I!>U 1»% I*l
' 50 £0 Ist pf *•*■ f N M M
25 do 2d pref *53U TOUI 53H M>i
810 So Elb l.d new.. 19 •lU'ii 19 *19S
70OJSCAUCO 4\ +'» 4H 4«%
sl'Stand OH ' •«-'.'• «C 25 •*»> »«2O
800 Tennessee 2S ! M 27 27
Tintic ! '.»»* 9% »9ti «f>H
100 VRyof St L.pff 7!> v . 7914 7»>i 79^
1.947 ! L* S Leath w 1..1 :«»\i 41 3S* 1 * 4O'»
1.000 ; do pref I 97 97 m\, 6*\
United Copper.. I 7 ! 7 7 7
100! Wash Traction. .! »35 HMsl *35 •33?*
50. 433 Total sales. *CMd lots. "'*-*;
BONDS.
' i I Open- ! High- ■ Low- I Last
Palea. I 1 Ing, j eft. | est. [ sale.
Jll.OOrtlAm "Wria P .V... S7V 97U1 £7% *t\
11.000 tAtch 43 w 1... 101% 103% 103H Ktt«,
1.000!t\m I deb 8v 1 TS 78 I J* 7*
£WW o *ge*£.?*?. S »* S Si
W«On44 S Vi: 89% »£ *0H *9H
17 000 So Elb I.i ay... 40 ] 40%! 4.1 +> l .»
10.000 rmoa Ferry *»-• Si ?V» SU ?*i
10,000 Vn Lead deb 5«. 7X»K 19* .O^ £'£
70.000! tr S Leath wl. 67% 9.% 9*% »*H
g.oooi\Yash Elec Ry 4s' HO 1 CO I M»V 30
$177,000 Total sales. tSell and Interest.
CLOSING CURB QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols & Co.. No. 15 Wall-3t.)
Bid. Asked. l Bit Askei
Am Can .... 10% 10%|Hav Tob com... 32 34
dopref «** «, do — "?■' 42 •
: Amice Sac.... 25% 30 tat Mar Marino. . 13H 13,
do deba 77% 80 I do pref 35 35%
Am Tob w I 2HO — lint R T 21'>% 211%
Art. c£n M : : . .31* «Hl I. * Taylor pf . . . W* W**
Bay State Gas. . jb VMackay • 41
Beth 3CO 33 li 35 do pref 5 Trt
dopM B*Vi «♦ MftßCons % 15-18
Borden- 9 C M..145 US Manhat Transit. . 4£ 4£
do pref......-113H 115 IN V Trans ... 7H .H
Brit Col Copper **» 1 INortfc. Securities. IMS 15t>*
Cent Fdrv . . -3* 4 ! North Pacific ITS —
do prof 23 24 Otis Elev com. . . 90 ■
Compressed Air. H *! do pref 100 »•
Cob Refrift ... 7 "H Phenix Mininjc. . •• »
Douglas Cop... 7 J% Roy 3 P c0m..1« —
Electric 80at... 3S 41 do pref .-•»» .}. i .
d" pref S2 » Seaboard Air L . IJH 13*
El L. B com ">; H do pref... . *S 3^
do prer fe IV.! Stand Con Co?.. I'm «■
Ele?lrie Vehicle 1- 13 I Standard Oil. . . «1» «
do pref 22 24 iTenn Cfpper ... » -'
Great North pf.2S5 300 i Union Copper S 1.-w
Gold Hr.l Cop.. ** 7 » fatted Copper... 7 »
Gr*«ne Cob Cop 2S*i 2*l WlUte Knob Cop. 1 M H.
do Con Gold.. "H "'-' do new w I 1* -
Hacken Mead.. 12 1* ! do pref wi... 5 «* ;
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols ft Co.. No. 15 Will all
Bid. Asked. I BiLAiiui
Am Bank Note. 73 82 I Inter Power pf..lix> — „
Am Braj« .113 IIS Inter Salt l"->^ »•
Am Chicle la! 130 I do Os •«* «
do pref 84 IM* ilron Steamboat.. 1 » -
AmUFrE Co 17 — Jane way But pf.lU* »'
do pref 4* — J H Stetson It.. — ■
Am Marble 65 OS do pnl 133 **
do «s 03 M Lans Monotype 10 =>
Am Press Asm. 65 105 Matno !» S 17 *£-
Am Sen FUrnlt. 4 TH Mereenthaler ...20l> «*
do 6s 68 72 Mcx Silver 55... 40 «
,Am Sorts. 2 4 NT AN J Te1..1«7 17»
1 do Ist pref... 03 75 oil Dominion. ..11"* 1-3
do 2d pref... 8 14 P Bess &YE... 68 73
Am Thread pf.. 44 Pope -Manuf « •■»
Am Typefdrs'... 38Vi 40 I da Ist pref .. "4 T7
do pr*f 67 101 I «D N :>ref 23 I4>»
Am Writ Ppf 34 H :MS Pratt 4 Whit p(. 07 H tBZ\
do 55....' Hrt\ »7ViJ Procter * Gam..3So 390
Auto Heat pf. .. ■ 02 I do BVSI 202 21*
Celluloid 12«» 123 'Railway Auto... 3 «
Cen Fireworks. IS 2!> ! <!o praf \0 »
do pr-f 70 75 [Safety CHi & L.2.V* ■-.— j^
rhi-«ebr(HiKh ..44«» 4SO 's.nurtn.s Co 4s. .VH ra
CItHTrEI 4* 45 P2 Sirnp-t>Hvr C 0... — 2J
Con Rub Tire «a IH', 2» Singe.- Mf< C0...62S 675
Cot Oil *: F pf . 2 3H Sl;m.| Coupler 2<> 2»
Den IT WCo pf r«> — Stand Mill Co » **
do 3* 101H — do pr«f 3t54 4O ,-
Eastern S 5. . . . » 4."V do 3a SO t^s'i
Empire Steal... 0 9 ; Swift A Co I«*> M
do pref 40 SO ' Trenton Pot UH -**
Oorhanv prof. 120 — | do pref ... UO »'*
Hall Signal »«> 00 I do c«s 7» **-
H B Clafiin ...1W — (Trow Directory. . 7t> 7*
do Ist pr«f... »6 ÜB\ Vn Typewrite*... 82 ».
do 2tt pref... loo — to Ist pref m H'»
Herr-Hml'.-M .. «4 l%\ do 24 pref 115 US'
d^ Ist pr«f . . 23V* 2H US Envelope. I*H —
ia 2-1 pref... .1 A Jo pr»f SI *?•
Inter Elevating. 58 _6S ! Worth Pump pM2i> 151 :
FERRY COMPANIES.
DM Asked. ! B'.il A»h«i
Bklyn F Mock. . .1H v, N T*H t> .- \».l\>T H'»
Hob F*r Ist 10W Ilk M*atST Imx3» »t »*
•'•• stock IW 102 |l ? Vat N YAH «t »> &
N Y*B nPitkTil 75 STAN J1 m* '» at
do Ist rote 63 73 S3 i
GAS COMPANIES.
(FwnUhed by TV'Ullam K. Nichols * Co.. No. IS TTacVeO
V V •' Eld. A»ke<l Bid. *•*•*•
•C*n II Oaa Bs-HWH 111) «N Amit iMnMll'i 113
•E.I l»t Con S» !t>4 11* NT* Rich Oa». 35 —'W
Mutual Co 200 320 •Nor V l*t 3»...1dt »"• .
•N V ft ■ X.v Standard 13
Ist »». 1041.. 114 in pr,' KO gt - .
do con a»....iutH tOSUI •do 3s. i«jik.!..m» »*•
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