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43 Listed
Railroad Bonds
SPECIAL CIRCULAR
4th EDITION
■We *ha!l be «rlad to furnish you with a
copy <•'. the above circular. We describe
In thin circular 43 different Issues of well
known Klilroad liondj listed upon the
New Yr.VK Stock Exrhance.
We iibow hi the circular the r-.'.grh ana low
ranpe of — I*ll l prices for the bonds Jur
lng Urn past flve years.
Write for Circular No. SOI.
Spencer Trask. & Co.
Investment Bankers
William and Pine Sts., New York
Members New fort .-"?•■ Exchange.
Fisk & Robinson
BANKERS
f United Spates Bonds
Investment Securities
bcston NEW YORK Chicago
TREATISE ON OPTIONS.
Mr. Artliar Cramp. late City Editor of The Time*
d/x ribr.l "Options'* aa
" he most scientific end prudent way
of operating on the Stock Exchange.
TbU **■•*«". iiHlmueh very popular on the Continent
«n.I in America. I- not t-o well known uuioae»t In
vefrtom as It* merits justify.
Vie have just .Hil.ll-liPil a new Treatise on thli »nb-
Jrct. wliirli will be »ent poet free oil application t»
-"lie Secretary.
I London 6* Paris Exchange, Ltd.
BANKERS.
//I:2slldon House, Bank.
London, England.
Or from any of It« Branrhc*.
R. L. DAY & CO-,
. 37 Wall St., 35 Congress St.
j NEW YORK BOSTON
I'IGH GRADE ritVESTMENT BONOS
Municipal and Railroad
Members New Tork nnd
Boston Stock Exchange*
Am. Dock and Imp. 5s
Guaranteed by the Central R.R. of N. J.
TAX EXEMPT IN NEW JERSEY.
PRICE ON APPLICATION.
GHISHOLM & CHAPMAN
Members New York Stock Exchange
18 WALL STREET « NEW YORK CITY
£<rmeticaivßinancc
<£* an^-Sccutittes-CTo.
INVESTMENTS
5 • Nassau- St • New York
SGKMIDT & GALLATiN,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
NEW STOCK SCKIP
DKALT IN
MEMBERS OF THE N. Y. STOCK EXCHANGE.
11l BFLOADWAV. *-bon«- 3!00 Rector.
STEWART & LOCXWQOD
Members Standard Stock Exchange, Toronto.
All Curb 6. Cobalt Stocks
DEALT DC.
SEW YORK TORONTO
a EBKSMsBfBI Flare. 18 Adelaide St.. East.
Telephone 7245 Hanover.
In our Circular No. 80 we offer a well secured
two-year investment to net 6%.
SWARTWOUT & APPENZELLftR,
BANKERS,
T>i 5670 John. 44 Pine St.. N. Y.
Dividend Notices.
The Western Union Telegraph Company
NEW YORK. September Bth. 190 S.
DIVIDEND NO. 158.
The Board of Directors have declared a. quarterly
dividend of ONE-HALF OF ONE PER CENT, upon
the Capital Stock of this Company, payable at the
office of the Treasurer on and after the 13th day of
' October next, to shareholders of record at the close
'of the transfer books on the l»th day of September
lust.
For tba purpose of the Annual Meeting of Stockhold
ers to be held on Wednesday. the 14th day of October
1 next, and of the dividend above referred to. the trans
fer book* will be closed at the close of business on the
Itfth day of September and be reopened on the morning
■ of the I«tli day of October next
M. T. WILBUR. Treasurer.
RAILWAY STEEL-SPRING COMPANY.
30 Church Street. New York. August 20, 1&0 S.
', A quarterly dividend of ONE AND THREE-QUAR
TERS PER CENT (1%i7.) has this day been declared
•SI the Preferred Stock of this Company, payable Sep
tember 21st. IOCS, to stockholders of record September
, hA, 1308. at 11*08. to stockholders of Sons. September
1908. at Meaers. Harvey Fisk A BsOS. «2 OaOkr
Street. New York C3ty.
Transfer books of the Preferred Stock will be closed
on September 6th and re-opened on September 22d. 1&0 S.
RAILWAY STEEL-SPRING COMPANY.
E. McCORMICK. Aast Treasurer.
THE P»— BAG & PAPER COMPANY.
3bTH QUARTERLY DIVIDEND.
No. 17 Battery Place. New York. September 10, 1008.
A DIVIDEND OF ONE (1%) PER CENT, en the Pre
ferred Stock of the Union Ba« & Paper Company has this
day been declared, payable October 15. W&. to stockhold
ers of record at the close of business on September 39,
1&08. W. L. SPARKS. Secretary.
(.( '.(.KNHEIM EXPLORATION' COMPANY.
165 Broadway. New York. September 3rd. 1908.
DIVIDEND NO. 23
The Director* of th» Gv;i?(rer.h<>lm Exploration Com
jiany have this dov declared a quarterly dividend of
TWO AND ONE- HALF <2H9t) PER CENT, on the
capita , stock issue of th« Company, payable, October
Ist. 1808. to stockholders of record at three o'clock In
the afternoon of September IMh, 15»iS.
The book» for the transfer of the stock of the Com
pany wll! close, at three o'clock In the afternoon of
September ISth and reopen October 2<l. IJV>M.
CHAS. K. LIPMAN. Secretary.
TITLE CI'AR.\XTEE & TRI ST COMPANY,
. 376 Broadway. New York City. September 15th. lflOS.
« By Resolution of thf Board of Trustee* a dividend
. of FOUR HER CENT, is payable on September ."Oth.
3tK)B to the stockholder* of record at the close of
business. 3 P. 51.. on September 22nd. ISOB
*.-.•> ARTHI'K TERRT. Treasurer.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing l'.»''S- - 22.
Curalehed by S«art»out A: A ppvnzellar, Xo. 44 Ptaa
street. j
Appro*.
Vame Maturity. Hid- Asked, yield.
A:':. <-.--ar ■••■ *p c. March IS. 1M1.... U r .% Wi'.a 5.75
d., 4i,c.-V ;. IS IM2 '•« j '••■"•'■4 ."■"••
Arc "]• . & Tel 5p c Jan. '■■•'" IOO?tf 100* *»>
At Ccast Line sl> c March. I!'M I<«>'* lOiiS 4 :»•
1i.,;. ft ohl 5p c. Mrh. ISW 1""S 100* 3.70
Chen 6; Ohio <", pc. -In;-., il'!'" .. Mil •» I<C'» I «►>
Chic & Alton 5 .. c. Jan. •"•'!- '■''■' '"' 5.15
Oil r. I & lac •■ p C April. WJ '"■' lOoS ••'•"
'Ch 1 & W '"I •'• V '■ 1->l< ::i1 " '""'» I< *'* i 40 "
CC C * Pt. I. .'• p c fane. 1J»1 1 1""'« l'xt'-j 4.75
Ctonaol Gas Co «P c. F.b. 19U9 • looH H»i;» " '«>
Inttrhor Kap Tr 5 pc. M'-li. 1310 m% :<■>' L 43
to <i pc. May. tWI 1"1\ It 2 ,B.3it
Kan Cl'y By &I-•■r> c. Sept, 11*12 !*!% «7H fi.M
Kan CUy South T, p c. April. 1912 .. S.". r '.'7 •; l"i
■ jjirk Steel Co 5i- c. March, ::• ;• 90% !t;>4 11. 'i
it. T> [. c JJarrti. lii" .. n> :n't U.««»
X. Bb & Mich S-.-nli ■ p ■•. \-~>-\ 1!»K». .Km", I<HH 4.2<>
ZjouU & Nr.«), .*> pc, Marrh. 101 I l'«i\ iril 4.«<»
lilcto Central 5p c. Feb. ima ;i«>-4 I<>l 4.5<»
Minn ft St 1. •'■ l» c. Feb. llill Hs'/» S(7 <' 7B
Kit KR of M«x 5p c. April. !'.•■>.< 100 MOM 3.M
J* VC4 I! RJ. RSP '. FoX JHI« ](KIS K«i'4 4.30
do «*)ulpnvr.t*. 5 p c. S <•■ . 19 L'_. 4S to 3 c ba*l»
KVNII A U ' '< C. 130S-M2 l«r>M Hrl?» 423
Kort * \Te«t 5p c Kay, 1810 lnn% 100% 4so
»*nn«jlv«nla 5p c Mrh 15. 1910 101 101H 4.20
Public Service Corp Sue. Nov. 1909. . trt>» 07 740
•t L. M & So E R R4H p c. June. !••». 93 02 13.00
6t I. * San rr B R *'* • <". Dae. If* «i »4 2<>.<J<»
aouthem By 5 p c Apr. It"© . . 92 97 JO.OO
<3o 5 p c. Ftb. ma M SS v it ■
•nifwai-T Co d pc. June. 193 »)<\ lor. «.O1
T? 6 Rubber f» pc. P«pt 13, l»fiJ». .. . tO^i 100 3.00
■BMSajfl El & i:.'g OS C p c. Auc, 1610 M j» 88 T.OO
SECURITIES YALDES SEEK LOWER LETEL
ITZW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1908.
.1°" ' e _"U. M,-,. ;4g^»ifigiai^ ii m l^nsas City & Southern pr-.i |i «] |«! M I sa
I«8 . AIW Mining --^ 2.J. >* 2.37^ -.3,^ j jLo ul «, vlI i c & Nashville I I<W* . IW4; 1^% | 1«7 %'
16.500 -1% -Amalgamated Copper j J7% £ ««Vij $** g* 2g 5 150 Mackay Cos •!*J» :»| § 70^
% _1 % American Art. mom 29% >:| »ik!s i; m iisii^^^llii I m .vVs, m 1 1. _-^
m _v, •American Beet eiTgT.v.:: S M l^V* «* ; «,*. & ; 1W d? KV?r«:::r::: £& Ml* S? ,-,, 15 v
M _s4s 4 American Car ft Foundry .X>\ SM g% Wi - 2 Mexican Centr«l ctfs MJ w.l uS
•fi = % Am. C. ft r pr. ¥::«v.::::::::| M| 1 «X% 1 S5V * - % L^ St p. & I EZMb fI m L' vl M '21 SS»
UOB - 2 Umerlcan Cotton Oil. 35% CVi 34% 34% » »* M :M.. St. P. &S. St. M. Pr 14« 1« 1« J 1«J »*J X J % |
108 -fc HAnMrican Graas Twine •> 7% :^ , ' 18 M 4.400 ; -4% Mo.. Kansas * Texas g x^ 1^ g% M«M
610 - % American Ice JSec^ j 2^4 %$\ |jH |» $2 J . 24 j 100 | Mo.. Kansas & Texas pr |Ml 64 64 64 B.i 55^
MS -> 2 •American Unseed pr 23 Sj -3% 3% -p* = ! % | 2 .3<X) | -1% Missouri Pacific j §6% 56% 8411 M* o*A ~* :
:■■:..! j -•» 'American Locomotive U «ii *Vi m?W 104 103 104 50 ; _Z" National Enamelling & Stpg pr. .8 » .8 .8 Igj »' ,
300 -1H •American Locomotive pr I* l - 101 , lOTVi ll 7 «M ; g^ll 2.500 -1% •National Lead I «*». §3V* 81% SIMj g^ _*
K0 American Malt J J J 4s. 47 49 400 ♦Vi National R. H. of Mexico pr... El j SL-\ 51 HI -1 , 6
100 «_ 4 (American Malt pr 4S £! « « gj %i; m _ UU N ewhoiwe M. & S i 5% _.j 7 W. -?* 7 V* .
30.000 -2* •American Srnrttlng ■;- 103 I 10^4 103 * I«2H I° 3 "» r mo _ -New York Air Brake .0 75 TOI 751 wi i(;SHi (;SH
880 * «•* •American Smelting pr. 102% 103 l«^t MB wi» 5n«!l 2,300 —1% New York Central 106% 106% 100% iifiii ilfiit u7 il
m - % •American 'Smelting pr. B |i^ Bl£ S}% " v * ,|J ,«* 100 +1 N. Y. &N. J. Tel Hf* U«4 116 - a l^i i«2 ii<^
301 -4 'American Sugar 131 V J»J4 131 1 131 j iw, 1^ ! 400 _ft ;X. V.. N. H. & 11. ex d . 2p. c; 144 144 143 j1« 14--4 '«
2,000 _§ American Tel. & Tel ... . 129 129% 123% 128% q,.< l & I 2.300 i -igjNew York. Ontario & Western. 43 -43 41V&! 41% *]% £%
sja ; Am. Tobacco pr ex dlv. 1% p. c 94 |84 93^ 93^ *"* *JJ| 4^ j_, Norfolk & Western !75 IS I •*£ «|« 'p , I*^
100 , -^ 'American Woollen 23% »■? 23% 23.* a^ 46^i 21.253 ; -1% Northern p aci , 1c 1«H }«% l^k 1«£ lS^ «5
3.700 -1 'Anaconda | J«H; *«••. JJJ JL. |g V E9 ij| 1.050 ! -1% 'Northern Paciiic ctfs 134% 184% i 132% i 1..<» ISg 1"p
6.4*0 ! -%lAtchi ? on W» £ *?>j °:> |g * 95^1 100 Ontario Silver ,4 ;_4 4 4 «
200 ' Atchigon pr 95% W4 »% »• ■* *^i J^*; 400-3 Pacific Coast « » ' ', i'/,, ?:, 25. H
4-10 -1 Atlantic Const Line SOVi BOJ4 90 »> &50 _ 1% Pacific M;iil 26* 2|W, »>U »Vi £3
15,700 i -1% Baltimore A: Ohio ... | »jj IMS N% 98% w*. -^ s_^ Pennsylvania Railroad 124% 125g 123%. 123* 1S»» »* ■»
6.635 i -1% Brooklyn Rapid Transit laHfMSf£ AM "* 3tlo _V 4 PrMsed steel s*=El 33% at J& 33%. « |"
SCO -1% Brooklyn Union Gaa 1464 146 143^ 14-a i«,. i« _j PreM ed Steel Car pr ,P^ i^ is? is » lSvl 165
100 _v, Butteriok Co - * »| ?', » ° jg* im + 24 Pullman Palace Car lfo lfe 1§» |1& »«
7M -1 Canadian Pacific lp% «?% 1^ 172% log i« M _^ (Rallw!iy StPel Spr | ngr ££ 3C^ 3olfe 35 .4
I.7(rt _% Central leather ££Er. ,^i &la* a 20« '10 238.400 -1 Reading ,i--^»— EEd «Wt< I|7-J, 13J \< l | H a
2<Xt ♦ Central of Now Jersey a* ) 2^v, 30S 803.4 -i« Reading 2cl pr iS 8^ M SS w^
2.488 ;- 5 Chesapeake * Ohio 42% 43% 42% 42, 4. «H _ .Republic Iron &• Steel : 22% 22% 22V 4 22% r.M. g»
Sftl ♦ % bhicago A Alton ( 2oW. 25% - 4 > .4v| ; ]O o - g •Republic Iron & Steel pr 81; 81 SI 51 g s»
4^o :- % Chicago Great Western 6 «, «* |* |* » v 3>fiOo _iy 4 Rock Island j l?i 8 ! »! J4 li 34 341!
160 -i, Chicago Great Western pr. 8.. '4 fi »£; »• »j l»£ 18Mt 22,J>.« ,-2 Rock Island pr 35% 36% 34 !34 «4 5E4
16.800 -I* Chicago. M. A St. P I 141 J 141% l»% Hf 1 ]!? X i jWfcl | 145 -1% St. L. ft S. F. Ist pr | 60% 60% oO^ KM » §A
B' -1 lChien.ro A- Northwestern ...1 1«% . lylMi ; 'I 1" ik aSo l»Ba:/aV£r*-i :: aK : iisi ! 26% 2b-*, 26% Oft -1 rl^*
100 4 H 'Chicago rninn Trac. pr. stpd.! 12 112 12 12 11% iz% » g j. c ; &„; j_ ctf new | W ;» ; LW; » : ; . ;»
100 1 A*&&f-iftAißa:::= ;S.|.Si 65 S H m =i gt & Southw< . stern 1 17- «&IJ' ,1 «'■ »
3.M0 -1 'Colorado Fuel A Iron , 3..-*; 30% 34 34% -4 J4« __ st> L.& Southwestern pr |«% 43% 43% 43£ ; «U *^
»? « BSS2: I iSiSSSf ; ii p» P |^! || M .jJS =i IS^VciS? & ..:™.":::::::: Si ;f» I |"i |? £j ™|
% - 1 gfelaSSa :^ ?-::: |» || Js |S »fl k iS -& £SS KK/':::::::::::::: |S « !ffi| 'P |5 t :
« H^gS«S^""™:::::3awWW|B|l » =» sfcipl | | » L |a| 8
100 ! -1% Corn Products Bef. Pr , 76% 76% <«V» 76% 7-, .^ _ Texas & Pacific ,x,, x , Tr 12% 72% 72% 72% « : .4
3O0» ;-1 i'ComFtork Tunnel .24 .24 .24 .24 - - -334 Third Avenue Railroad :44 44 41% 42 41 » CM
EW i-1 Delaware & Hudson 174 1.4% 1.3% ™4 I<l% I.lb 100 _£ WoL. St. v & West, pr j 66% «6% 56% &5% KHJ 5.
400 *W» Delaware, Lack. A Western.... 653 £35 BM St 2 r^J 4 ■ luO -% Twin City Rnpi.l Transit S7 87 8. P7 ?' »
7^o _ % iDenver & Rio Gwmle vS^'S^ fP 4 Sl* 67 €T% 1W -1 Union Bag & Taper pr f\ W ». » *£. MV4
lOT * Denver A Rio Grande pr j«. 67 67 67 67 67% n pfu . lflc 16o%; ip% 164^, 165^ 164 A 1»
8.400 _1 -DlstlUlng Securities 28% 2^ 28% 2b% »A « • +^ Un , on Paclflc pr 87% 87% 87% B,\ g%
37.4-X) -14 Krie a-v :::::. .:::.: 29V a 9 29% 23> 43U 43? 200 - United Railway Investment.... dBJ33,SJ Si -%
2150 -1«» Erie Ist pr 44 44% 43% 43H 43H «^ * _ Un ited Railway Investment pr., 41% i 41% 41%; 41% 41 4-
• 7M Erie 2d t-r 30% 36 3d 35 34,* da ,4. _2> yg c lrm Hpe & Fo . Pr 73 ,3 ,2 . ,2 TIM .
2C.) -2 General fclectric Co 14i} + 144Vj 143 143 143 145 w u& & Ref 3 , ,? i J % «
i i ,s^s gi 1 1 1 1 1 1 J Mo=Si i 1 1 1' 1 1
I, E|Piii£i|l liii ? 3 I a Hllilni|iiH|: 111 I m I
im _>t International Harvester pr 104% 104% 104^ 104% - - «.<;a _^ WabD^h . "... 12% 12% 12% 12%| 12% 12%
js rl ES »Hlf::| fl I i ffl ,1 = §| SSSS si^iS al l 8] |j i
40 !-m International Pump 23% 23% 23 ; | : 2.% » l.ww _ £ We|(l , noU9O Mr? 74%| 74% M? .4 74
l^tO : +% lowa Central « i|>! » « »l> gg 2^ _3^ 'Wisconsin Central 2§H 28% •= l * »
JS_^S^C1 5 v^ r S,,,h,rn- ■•"■"'■ l gal SB aH^ H^ 2^, 2^^- L^.BCon^^enr II a Li^^^ 4, 4. .4>, it , 4.» _4_,
" SS .'a-iS S^^% Kft SSSK? l^^^S^p^S SmSSgSfi SJri. fft- sam. perlo d in M
•Unlisted. _ J _jrr: - — -
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCK PRICES IJIJVER.
Manipulation in Harriman Shares
and Beading Induces Professional
Selling— Time Money Firmer.
Indications of active manipulation in Readln?
end the Harrlman shares In yesterday's stock
market were in part responsible for apscrosslve
operations by many professional traders for
lower prices, and as a result of these transac
tions and genera! selling quotations developed
great Irregularity, with decided weakness at the
close. The fact that prices did not respond to
the operations in Reading and the Harriman
fetocks caused miscellaneous sales, which in the
afternoon dealings reached a volume that car
ried values from 1 to 2 points under the closing
of the preceding day. the movement extending
to the chief market leaders, including Union
Pacific. Reading and Southern Pacific, from
■which Inside support apparently was withdrawn
in the last hour of business. The Hill shnres
were notably weak, and excuse for the ceiling
•was found In the rumor that the dividend on
Great Northern would be reduced at the next
meeting of the directors for dividend action. In
addition to the reports on the Hill chares there
were other rumors that were not calculated to
help market values, as. for instance, gossip that
a big Wall Street house was in trouble; but
perhaps the most Influential factor In the de
cline was the refusal of Mr. Harriman to con
firm the various recent fairy tales regarding al
leged financial plans affecting the. Union Pacltlc.
the Southern Pacific, the Central Pacific and
the Erie.
Mr. Harriman is <?tr<T!S?t honing his properties.
but h r - i? not contemplating sensational plans
for their development He is a builder of rail
roads on ideas that bring results, an 1 stock
holders may r<>st satisfied that the future of
the properties that nr<-- now included in th«*
Harriman control will no mapped out on lir.es
that will conserve th« best interests of the
owners of th* companies Traders reported
that the market was full Of stocks at the close
and that Bom« of the selling In the day had been
due to the election results in Maine Wall Street
need not worry' about Maine Th« election In
that state was fought out on local lines Wall
Street would better base its operations on the
Vermont election The fairly heavy selling for
foreign account of Erie and United Stat^o Steel
common doubtless had some effect upon specu
latlve_sentlinent. while the foolish ttjlk of
trouble between the Morgan-Hill interests and
the Harriman party nls<> may have been respon
sible for a part of the day's selling. From B
wholly speculative point of view the decline was
warranted by technical market conditions
Among the few strong features were the Colo
rado Southern issues It is understood rhat ;tt
no distant time a dividend will be declared on
the common stock of this company, as earnings
for a considerable period have been in excess
of 4 per cent on the Issue.
In the laft few days .<:',<>o,ooo has been trans
ferred for the account of local banks to New
Orleans through the machinery of the Hu!'-
Treasury. and according to current indications
the movement of money to that point in the
course of the next two months will be heavy as
a result of the large cotton crop requirements
In the South and Southwest Exchange at
Western and Southwestern cities on New York
is moving against the lattf-r centre, and, while
the direct movement of currency from this city
Is not yet heavy, th<» outlook (Savors increasing
shipments throughout the autumn in connection
with the financing of the harvests and an im
proving mercantile demand for accommodation.
There is a better Inquiry for commercial paper
hi the local market, time money shows a firmer
tendency and call rates, though still at a low
level, are beginning to reflect a more active
use . f funds. Sterling exchange here was strong
yesterday, but In foreign b.-inkins; circles It whs
not thought likely gold export-- would !»• made,
Indeed, it was pointed out that the general
course .if the market In the fall months would
without doubt be In the direction of a level at
which Imports "f the metal fpiin EEurope could
be brought about if the requirements of the
local m>.-n»y situation should become urgent
enough to demand assistance from London nr
Paris.
Gold already Is On its way to this country
from Australia, and though this movement is
not based on local needs, it reflects conditions
that must at n- ■ remote period develop in favor
of exports from the British capital. So far In
the present week the New York banks have lost
on their operations with the Sub-Treasury up
ward of $1,000,000 in cash, the movement • ••«
res^nting In great part the payment by interior
banks of obligations due the government for
customs and Internal revenue by drafts on their
New York correspondents. This is another in
dication of the growing demand nt out-of-town
points for money in connection with the crops,
the interior banks using their balances here for
government payments and providing home de
mands for their balances on hand.
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
, . . . i*"s. 1807. i!««;
Week ended Sept. 15... 511. M£.b31 ?9,bU0.556 J12.168.653
Vtom Juuutry 1 iO3,ttrWi w. ■■ i/oni '/on i3'J,Wu,4M
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1908.
BOND MARKET SALES.
£000 DS 3s Reg 1918.101 1 12000 lowa Cent Bef 4» 74H
&U0 do 25 Res 1830.104 , SOUO do I*.
1000 Japane»« 4^ti ... 81 I 7000 do ■■• I*?
140"0 do 00% i 60<» KCFtS AM 4s U.%
POOO do 2d- 6»'% I 10i>0 Lacka Steel 6». • »* *
1000 do 4s. SI | 2000 L. 5 * M SO Deb
•JUOO D S of Mcx 35.. 99J*| 4a :"~-^::
12000 N T Cltv 4s 1887.101% KiOO Leh V N T Gtd
♦)00 do 101 | 4^s ;--- I^u.
6000 do 4Hs 1057 I «X*> Mannat Con 45. . . 89*4
new 110*kj60Oi)O do 4» Btpd \'>>
C<X>o do 11l I K«« do }<»;
ll<« do IHHi 4OX) do »"""*
2uoo do 111 1 ". 150»0 Marine 4Vjs «»J*
SCOiH) do 43 IS>l7 104V»i 700U do <**£
1(000 do 104"» 4000 do <*!'*
16000 do 104 ji<*!(>o do >:-';"i
,V»0 Adams El 4«... 93 I loco Met St Ry Gen 6s BO
1000 do 63% «« II X A Tex Ist 4. Wt
2.100 Am Cot Oil 4Hs. M 2"fo Co ™ .
100l> Am H a 6». ■• f9 I 3000 do 23 «*»*
20"10 Am Ice Sec 65... 73 i(K«l do Ext 5» I"*2
133000 Am Tel A T*l J0"-»>0 do B F 4*«...- W*»
Convt 4s ... 03 6000 do Ref 4s »*
2OX> do 62% . (infO do I*
85r"X> do M* 1100 Mo PS- 41 "
Ki«X) do 03 ;i«i m A Ohio Gen 4». h. »
84C«"«) Am Tobacco «•- 110 coiiu N C A ft L Ist
7000 do HOVi 7, "**
1000 do ll°i» e.IOO Hof Me* Ist Con
6000 d 0... 110% 4a ••••• «^7
1..(X» d-> 4a 74*4 2«-iV> NY C C#en 8"*« « *
10O<)<> do 74J4 T ooo do Deb 1034... J4H
MOO do 74H 52000 do 1.8 Coi 3Ws M
in..*! Atch Top ASF 2000 do J^
A(JJ 4* »3S 4 ,»v> v YC* Ft L*" 102
I<W) d'> Stpd »1H 2n"io N T Air Brake
800 d. »1H Convt »i '«>■*
I4f-to do <;»:! 4» . .101 Vi] jnn <;., m *
UK 00 do I'" 1 SOOO N YG A E L H
1000 do Court 45... 87% l ip 6a 101 "*
KKVt do ...... '••' I I<W) do ICI
3000 do C^nvt .'.s I'H . ioqo N V L A W 1"
ISO.W doßhtl.4aße««6H e» ... . 124 1 *
4"-o At Coast 4» 84H ft,*- S T N H A 11
«0 H A O Gold 4» .101 , Convt !4» p3p 3
1000 do Pwn 35»... M I ,VV 40 I>eb «a... 13"
8000 B*way & Tth At* i ftnnn do it"
Ist ccn Bs w« Boon lo rtf, full *, '■ 12°
8000 do ■■"• 1000 N V Ont A Wept
0000 Bk Rap Tr 4»... 7-i l . Re 4» **
lOr-OO do 7'\ nono N* W Convt 4« B«V,
inno nv. C ';-ip .'•» ..IWH: i( + A -> No pa<- c.en 35... TV,
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1000 do !?>• lfvY> do lA4\
r/VWI c n * Q Gen 41 W'"« lIVWV) Renim* Gen 4!-.. >^S
.-.iron do Jcnt 4s f£ , ' r/inrt „„ NY
??<•""> do W> i lr^r^ nj r- Col 4» .« s
2WWO do gij JO no nich Ar> Con n» .I«7H
i ITOOO di *'*. M nin o Wept l«t.. ■»*
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i-. ■ do 3^» 01 H ?(VV> BT.A S F «••? «■ ."»H
Bfx on rM*BI I" On pi* ' -nr^ t n :i:: . . -oh
8000 flo CAP 110^ \ v nnn Ft . T ' "•? *4" m%
inoi-> do So Minn a 5.102% •;™^ JS ' !:*vrrf»iH
lf^¥> r- R I * P Gen , 7Olin n 2 ,, 77
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?^ ■So •■::::::::::" ■£ ! = (inro I ;^ Av " on 4S «i
r,IW> do . «3%| lflng| T jJJ*i >• '\v' ••'■'• - c i
im^. Cri & p« R«f * c Par £j 4 , . . i-\
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r.(W dn ,„,* ir/vm do I" 7 "*
ISSo do SitisS^ £ ■ iSu
inoncoj Out .1. 1 : 1 . 4*.. Sig £ c0nW4,....
2~}« 50 ::::: 5* 3Tw>no •;; ::::::::::::: [r
if«w 4» ?2H!lSSn^Biii.
s^oV^^-i^S 1 - 8 :.. 1 .... 1 :.,.-:;
srioon p* h convt 4 ? .102 [ rtl ™ \. n r-;,--;; : .l^-u
eo<v> do C" 4 ;££ fln 2^ ■ I^ V 4
»S 4 V, A. 7? 2Md^.-.....2 Md^.-..... 77,,
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r *™ oo W ;:S |W»w NaY coa'lst. .WJJ
uSS S2 B .. :::::::::«* ~ #. -
2J2JG.I** i-t «•••]«» 5nS w a>*oSlt^A:: Sh
r^oo mter-Met 4<4. . »^ ! ! 5u5
t \™ J? To^ £H
,JV|? ?A : aa«l 9O<v> TTI« Cent Gen 4*. £
ir^r, In r^er C^nrt K9K 9 TOM • anon "° " M *
Total sales of bonds, $3.082.800
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. Sept. 15, 1 p. m.-The market for Ameri
can pecurities was weak. Last quotations follow:
Ixmdon New York New York
clone equivalent. clrsn. Chnn«re(«.
An.condm •* £» 47 hH
WMSM «* «*h ll
Kr " .-f 4 » «% «'<• —ft
RMaOMI MR M 4 }«%
Now York rentral.. !«» , 8, }»»£ ?!
i:n do Ol.eO I.cf nt r B . .. ." 113W Is? 110% - 1
•Xx dividend.
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.— CaII money in
T^mion '-<■</ V per "nl; open market discount nt"
for «hort bllis. IHOI - 16 per " nt; lon - bllls - ! ''"
i al6 M'T cent Berlin illsrount rate. 'O, 4 r<?>" Cent
Paris rllFCount rate, l 13-10 per cent. Paris ex
change on I^n.lon. 2.'. francs 12% centlmep. Berlin
exchange on London. 20 n.nrks 40 pfennigs. Bar
gold. 7Ts 10% d.
FOUKION SECURITIES. British consols for
money «"■ 9-1* V" r cent: for th* account, 8:^-
French rentes. M tranca 77% centimes.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's closing quota
tions for government bend?, compared with Mon
day's:
—Sept. ».— —Sept. 15.—
;ti.i Asked. Hid. Asked.
U. S. 2s. registered. 1030 10314 KM 103 ' i 104
U. S. 2». cojron, U>3ll H>4 — !•>' —
U. £i. 3s. r^i?i«ter<Hl. 1IK»S. 101 102 101 Wi
U. ». 3». ccupon. IH>S 101 102 101 102
U. S. 3». *ma!l hondf 10<T4 — IGOVi —
V. S. is. registered. IMS 12<t* 121 v*>\ 121 H
U. S. •»» couptn. 11/25 li'Hi — 122 — .
j»ftßam» '«», r^l»ter»<l.; !«{»• - IWi — :
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales and the
dosing quotations for stocks in which there were
no transactions yesterday on the New York Stock I
Exchange:
Lut Closing. I Uit C lO / 1 "*;
sale. BW.A«kea. , «1«- Bld.Asked.
Adams Ex. 173 181 — X* D M »* 2u 30
Al!l*-Chal. 11 I" 1 * 11 IK lofC Pf « *; <>>
... pref.. 34 33 33 Lac Gas pf 1«» 76 II." •
AAsCh p IH^ «4 Vi L. E & W.. 1. 15 19
•A sbu p 77 7 ,i 72 S3 i" pref... 43 4J 4»
Am Can .. « OH tt |l-dK» thore 3I»J 270 —
do pref.. ''14 Cl 62 Iwn.; I*.an<l 43 42 46
Am C0a1.. .120 120 150 Ha.tne .... 7'i 7 «»
A C Oil pf W.i WVi **' • '-'• rff ••• 2l ? *!* --
Am D To] SO — 3U Manhat Bea 22 l 4l 4 1 «
Am EUj) ..lA-.'j 109 210 [llanhat E1.130 13.; 14"
A H & L. 44 1 * 4 4*l Md Coat V*. ■•■> '5 —
do rref.. 20 1S» 21 I "Met St Ry. li 30 3j»
•Am Uns. :i*» 104 12 I Mich Cent.. — 100 11-6
Am Buna 180 182% 2<«> .Mi: Bt U. . 2*\ 2. g
do iref.. »0 If*'* W ; do pref... 'WJ» « *•
A Btl Kary 9 7 9 j Mor 4 Ea..l6»*ii ISO I^3
do pr-f 41 4«» 45 Wash * Ch. 110 10M IIS
do new.. 31 »4 31 »Nat Bl^.. »Ji « •»»
•A Suk pf.125 125 12S «do pref. .11. *4 lib I" <»
A T«l *C 68 88 70 Nat En it S lOS l <L lOJi
•A Wool pi 'A »2 M «N Lead pf.MBH 102 102*4
Ann Arbor - 15 30 |NofMe*2pl7W 1714 J. 1^
do pref.. _ — l<vi N Cent Coal 48 3.j N
nA O pf.. ?» 86 if> !NYCAStL37 3« 39
•liatot.ilas. 3*« 3-, 3H; do Ist Pf. >* Ju 100
Dnth ...] r.' 22 23 I do 2d pf. .72 •» :4: 4
do rr'f-. «»H 4» 61 NYDockpt 74, .2S fTO
Brun.wlck.lt2H 12<* 13 KTUW- 120 130
BR* ;• . j»5 7! »< NA W pf. «2 BM4 —
: ; .-{ too 102 N r Arm.. MH «• fl*
Can South! 69 68 «B 1 far C Ist p «<> 88 100
CASAT.IO4H - 110 ! do2«pf..So .0 00
C": .-•■;/ "Vi 054 ■■"• I Peo & Ea.t IPS 19 20
C * Alt Pf Mti 50 88 reo O& C. '.'. Pf. WH
CA E I p.H.I — 150 FCC* 8«L « .. W
CB * Q..2W 190 :-■' do pref... 8J 88 »-
COWpA9 22 29 Pitts C(MI US 11 12 1
do d«b... C« 67 «2 i do pref... 43* 40 45
•fTkf&SPct.lW 188 137 : Q-.-i<-k?!lver. •» 4 *
do pref..lst> 153 15? i d.. pref... 14 1 3
•do pf rt !(ll 149 U2'4 R X Secur.. f»l4 fK)4 PI 1 *
* N pf.210 207 213 •Ry 8U 6p p-lOOH *«4 »S
CStPM*O..I»H 133 188 II!«.l Ist Pf "7 S7 £•
do pref . 1.".!.-* 130 163 PW A Oirll4'« 1134 125
«-hlr -• Tr. 3 9 '■ I Rut RR pf 2.1 25 20
do pref • I'- 1 12 19 ;St T- A S F
Chic V Tr. .1 2 a ! CAB I ct.125 115 IV>
.:..••, m cc do ct pf .: — - i*»
roir*ll ••" ■»" 7.'. P-ar!. R" pf <•"'■» — «•• "*
ron» '"oat li»> K» - Hloss-Sh pf.103 101 103
DM ft FtP 1* ■ 14. T ■ v I-.i 2SJ4 24|i ?*
ivt I-nlt-1 99 3 s 30H;To1 Rr ALt S4 »H »
•DS6AA 14 : 4 18% 14 T ,-t I. A •>'•• -•••S 2;4 2«H
•>. ...^' M — 2" 1 '" Ha< •P. «S »-4 •"
k- «t II '■•.•'•, ••-> m ' v cis»f pf .8« Jj» ion
"rtorr»f.:*l 7" '■•■• I' 11-&F 2.-. H. 254 2«H.
!■■•.! MA3 02 '■■''% 80 U 9 K»p. .. 88 f>o 1"*»
rt . prrf 14 ' iSi I "4H •'" " I.eath. 12 « 20
•P. Suit .' ■-. m ■■"•i •!• pref.~.lW4 !^>-'i 11«
H»-n ivm »!S en •'■■» Cfl Rubber .14 32 3.1
,] Q pref.- ,934 100 ' <«c 2.1 pf . 7.. 88 71
f;r•^n^v Ml. -. 100 11<> Van.ir. RR. S 5 — 8B
tiny »-i<v ' MM 32 V-CaCht>f.Wß* l«*^l I'"
Hock vol.. «.-. *2 go riir*r bo --■, .-,,->
r rr » f . j^j Rm (to »vui r»!in. -■■j is «
v •• ike fa -» ttJ ! ••!■-> pref.. 2 1 * 2<» •"••
Inc n^r-l to BO — I ■">] Kirr. 2*o 283 800
rto rr«f.. vi , M — J Wen Ml 12"» »■ n'i
•Int Iv.wSl', - 80 Hh lit I 88 viu, W>4
IntPumpn 7l>\ 7« "• Wh •I- E. : RJj ■% ••'a
Kn A Mich •"" »"4 •«; ! do 1M rf. I^4 1..4 1.4
KrFtSAMn -•« ;.7 6ft I do M pf . 11 10 11
K» & DMIB » "I
•• 1 ll»t«] I
MONEY A?fn FX CHANGE.
MONET itARKET.— Money r>n call ononM at l i
r » r rpr.t; h^irhest. 2 p^r cent; lowest l j per rent:
la.">f loan. \\ per cent: rlovins;, lUTfP, r<*r rent:
rnllnir rate, 4it cent. Time money wow without
change, il^rnnn.l being fair nnrl supply moderate
Some large, loon* were made for sixty days at 2^
per rent -irii for ninety flays mi 3 per cent, with
Industrial loans : « per cent hl*h«T. Rate* for sixty
days, 2J*<BS^i per rent: ninety clays. 2%41234 or
cent; four nn<i five months. 3\Mi3% per cent, and
six months] 4 per cent. Mercnntll* pnp»-r was In
f-itr demand, with mod*rate offering of the h!<h
Brndi- nnmejs. Rntes. in «'- 4 per cent for sixty nml
nlnetv <lnys. iTidrirnerl bills recehmble. 4ti'!l4 t i'!l 4% per
cent for choice four to six months' slnß'** nnmes
and "»"(.:.u pfT cent for others.
FOREIGN! EXCHANGE— The foreign exchange
market opehed steady, with r.itos practically un
changed; Rt|4.8680®4.8685 for cn3l?s. 4.EW554.56',4 for
demand stalling and 4.84?0«34.85 for sixty-da? Mil-..
Short francs were quoted at . i".« 4 >.•■< 1-1&56.16 1 ;
less 1-32. .-.ml short relchsmarks at :■&>. less l-'2.
The market; was firmer in "hi> sffernnon, rhowtn?
n maxlmurn advance of 16 points from the ppen
lmr, but subsequently receded slightly from the
top level. ; Cables were quoted nt LB6B3<^.Bti9O;
demand sterllnß at 4.56G0. bid and naked, and sixty
day bills at 4.83©4.8510. Short francs were quoted
at 5.16\i. testa 1-32-ißlfiU. an.l short r 1. 1.-inn ■!;■; at
o:,\. Bills were scarce, and there was 1 good de
mand for remittances, >>no banking house in ;>ar
tlcular being a heavy buyer.
Bankers' posted rates wen as follows:
Sixty day*. Demand.
Sterling [ •.»" *'Sil!
Germany, relifhemarks W> W?fc
Paris francs j »-"H »•»*•
B-.lKlum.frnn.-. 6 20S 5.10 V*
twlt»orlnnd. francs • » l »** ■' ' » >
Holland, guilders 404 40\
DOMESTIC: EXCHANGE.- Boston, lofi 12...0 dis
count: Chicagt). 15c discount; San Francisco. Bight.
2\ic premium, teleßrraph 5c premium; Now Orleans,
commercial j $l discount, bank $1 2& premium.
Charleston, buying r^y, selling 1-lOc premium.
BANK CUSARINGS.— New York. exchanges
$321,976,985, balances 112,338.357; Chicago, exchanses
$37,717,263, balances $3,084,981; Boston, exchanges
f25!466.713, pbalancts $2,371,224; Philadelphia, ex
changes $19j961,&86, balances $3,418,118.
SILVER MAHKET.^-Bar silver. S2>ac. Mexican
silver dollars. 4".c. Hnr silver In London closed at
24 l-10d; advance, >i<i
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 11.75; Lisbon.
1.-.:.". ;
MEXICAN EXCHANGE. — Mexican exrhnnßo on
N'e W York ill quoted at 2.oi>H.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS. Customs receipts
reported frojm Washington, J:«7.'..97i; internal reve
nue receipts, $:!i>''>, 0 4 r >. miscellaneous receipts. $67,
977. Receipts for the diy. 51.349.994; expenditures,
$1. 210, 000. Receipts for the month to date. $23,848,
■ St.*.; expenditures, $24,660,009; exceaa of expendi
tures. $1,011,5H6. Receipts for the fiscal year to
date, $121 1112,278: expenditures. $150,903,393; excess
of expendlture% $29,790,120.
Snt-TPEASrRY. — The Sub-Treasury was debt
or to the Clearing Bjfmse $60,603.
COBALT PRICES IN TORONTO.
(Furnished and corrected dally by Stewart & Lockwood.
' No. 43 Kxchnnse Place.)
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asked.
Buffalo $180 *3 00 New Temißkiun.JO (<&V»»0 M
Cobalt Central 3lt 40 iNlplsMn* »624 87 S
(.'cnlu^as .5 25 5 t>s | Nova Scotia ... oK 6SVa
Crown Reservis 157 1 . r .i> I Poieraon Lake. 274 20
l'ofter 55 tio IfllverLeaf ... 104 20
Green-Meehan. 16 IS I Silver Queen . . 125 1 .10
Kerr Lake... l. *3 60 4 (k) iTrethewey 148 1 6rt
Little Nlplsa. i. 26 28 La Robo 633 645
McK-Dar ...i. US 100 I
•£s -i ■ ■'■■••■ I.
Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street /•■
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
t mcmnw. - PA&ISx
18 Bishopsgate Within. 41 Boulevard Haussmonn. .
Bills of Exchange, Cheques and -Cable Transfers. %
Travelers' Letters of Credit
Payable Throughout the "World "\
I Franklin Trust Company
1 | r66 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N.T. 140 Broadway, Manhattan, N. T. g
# $ Acts in every fiduciary rapacity. Allows interest on Demand and Time Deposits |
M Melropolitan if
M Trust M
y Company [I
$3& of the Cilv of JVttv VorX
|fi 49 Wall St. g|§
Uj Capital. Surplus &Profits,s9, ooo, ooo I
8 BK»TTON IVES Pr»»l<l»nr. KS
3 ANTON A. R.UT.N V!re-Pre*. JHI
P*J3 BKVFRt.Y CHRW. 2.1 Vice Pre». B|
Kg BERTRAM CRCGFR. Treasurer, jgjl
g (JKOItCK N IIARTMAXN. S-T^fnry. HH
■ J*S F. MrNAM.ABA. frnnf C\m<-*T. IN
m RUI'P.RT W K. ANHFRSON. A««t. Tr. Jay
YM FREDERICK E KRIF.D. As*. S»e. Mt\
*** Fr»ne-f M. B«eon. D. O. M.IV **
] William L. BuSt. P.khtrd Mormner I
Williim C*rpender. John E. Panoru.
D. Crawford Cl«rk. Ch«r « M Pr»tt.
Henry W. DcForco. Ar«on A. R»v«n.
H»l«y Fiilte. Nonrin B Ream.
J. Horace Harding. John L Riker
Robert Hoe. George R She Won.
Eirayton Ivn. J. Edward Simmon*.
Edward B. Jodion. John W. Simpwn.
Lews Can LeoWO. Jo«eph J. Slocom.
Erad'ey Martin. Franeit S. Smahen.
FrederKk T. Martm. John T. Terry. I
__ E D. Morgan. Ceo. Henry Warren, ay
5L Wilium A White iCvl
INVESTORS READ
The Wall Strsat Journal
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Speculation in the market for outside securities
continued more or less Irregular. At times decided
firmness was shown in spots, but this was followed
by a reactionary tendency on light profit taking.
In the late afternoon a steadier tone developed on
a light inquiry In a number of the more Important
I asm 8 In the mining stocks there was some im
provement in th* low priced Issues. McKinley-
Darragh was stronger on Increased activity. Stew
art was up a small fraction. Goldfleld Consolidated
and Florence were decidedly firmer. Nevada Con
solidated was steady. Cumberland-Ely was easy.
B:tt« Coalition was heavy Miami was down V
La Rose Consolidated was In good demand at a
small fractional change. Greene-Cananea was
slightly lower. Davis-Daly was weak. United, af
ter earty firmness, sold off. Standard Oil was up
4<^ point* Other specialties were quiet and un
changed. Bonds were dull. Adams Express 4s im
proved i,.
INDUSTRIAL.
&l;ar*« i , Open- 1 High- 1 Low- [ Last
■° I<s I I ing. I ett. . Mt. I rale.
4.000 Bay State Gm....| 2SJ 2 7-16 2Hi 2 7-16
100 Con Ry Izvl St P 1>» 14 1H 1H
2»!Btaj^arl OU } S4O I »44\ 840 | «43
i RAILROAD.
eh » 1T»1 T» I I Open- I Hi»h- i Low- | Last
( « old - > I Ing. I e»t | est. | sale.
lOOiChlcaso Subway.. l 21HI 3>t! 21SI 21>*j
MINING.
En ", r ,"" I I Open- 1 High- I Low- ; Last
*°" 1 - I I In* ; eM. I eet. | sale.
3001 Alaska Mines Sec.! J*-lft" P-l<»' t^-l*| P-16
«0n Arc in Con> ... 2 r *i 3 ! 2 r^' 3
2nO!Arlrpe Copr«r .... ' 1 ■<, ! % ]1| IT,
3flO|t Atlanta. Ooldfleld. ' 2; ?R | Vi t 28
,'.iiOjnc»ton Cop . t2M I2»j| 12H 12"*
WO! Brit Colum C0p...! 7H| I*» 7 f I
50C Buttc ANY I 1\ l\ 1%1 1%
30 frt> ttv>rn!f Centra! ...! 41 I 41 :j;: j ; ♦> «9
!.V<*iO!tComMne^ Mft L' in is IS IS
tr-nmbtn Fa- ...;jl.Tl ($137 81 32 $134
4.f»"«>:tCon Art fmclt...! 22 I 22 21 : 22
.'.!--> »Cbf>per Crown ..; 4t» 4"» f 49 ! 4'>
I..V*)! Cumber-Ely Mln. . ' S j »•■* ; " T 4* *
:>» I«vi»-Paly Est... ! 2 ! 2 ! 2 1 2
300'niamondneld . .... ] M ' 1« ' 11 I 1«
1.2.v> !>-.rr.!n Cop .... ; I*4' I*4' IV 1H
inotDooclaa Cop ... 3V »H 3>:' 3H
1Oi>!E1 Rava .....| 3«, 3'«' -', .1-*
,V«i First Nat Cop ... I « 7-16 6 MR' « 7-1S 6 7 19
8.500 Florence ' 4 J 4 1-16! » f 4
2.300! Foster Cot»:t .. ; f.2 I 65 «2 ! 65
t.iiirt'tr-ir Creek C0p...! IS ' IS ! 1" 19
1.000 rOold Bar I 4 4' 4 4
3.7oO' noldflel.l Con . ' 6 I-lfS; '■'« ' 8 «S
:•. t ni to>i,meM Palsy ..I 90 I tv» I H I f- '
2..vn'Gre-n»-fan .., ' 11%] U'» 11 ' 11
27 So pr«f ' 1111
3.2*0 tc.re«-nw Cop Sra..' Si 9 I a ! SS
.-'«■> IP !!«'. Val COBJ . Ml 4S 4 : « 4 ; *
?^:jim nutter 27 ! 27 ' 27 27
i«h> Kennnn. . I S3 I SB 83 3"
Sin Kins EMward 1 Til % *4 %
n..vw>'i.-» Rom Com ...] « 7-tr.tte o-i« '"■H «H
■100 »MaJrrtlc Crpper..! 88 I SB 6.T [ 63
I.rtiO'Mni^n \>n-v . | 2 2.2 1 2
tiMt'Mvi Exptor & M.; 7';! 7«i 7V*: .J4
«,S0O!Ml>ml Copper ...J 10*. ! 10 S 10|» 10J»
Bolonoi* dn rlK^t!. I 1* j 14 »V ■ H
ZinMlcmae Mm*. ... 2 i 2JJ M 2H
rt.4on'Mlnr« Co of Am. 1H 1 ! 3 1% 1 7-18
tM^KIn-Dar .. I Ml 1-16 ■», 1
sm Arc.-.,, Horn Mln. I 80 I » so as
2.500! tMonres of 0R...] » 21 2<> .1
tsmiNfr Con OP *8 i 15£ 1« is\ ,»•>:*
2,onojN»r-rtah M* S. 3 1 *' J»* » 9 W
rmlNlplsalnit Mine,. Co! «S% * , s\ v»i
♦XortH H»"e EM. I 23 2H 23 ■ 2«
-..,..■,., Hun Mln . ' V? Jfc Mi; »
v*>! Orphan Met;n,:: s;» 14 » «
■V.-. i-e.-i. -!> Stotaja. iv» 1% I* l
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V>>Sh«nnon Cop »*i »* ™* J^**
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BONDS.
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«<Md toll tf*Oi cent* per *rmre fPuyt 3O-
TOPICS OF the STREET.
FOREIGN TRAPINV. --K. r houses SOW up
ward of *o<vto shares In the leeal market. lncltidlnsr
Ito.dlnK.Srta and United State, Steel com-Tinn In
some Quantity. In London the C eneru mr.rk-t
was Inactive, and eloss. henyv. America ; Uo-ks
were weak on the curb. Call money was ens* ;.t
the nrttl-.h capital. ™-l buf!ne«s was don- in shot.
tlm» rnppr as low as IT-M per cent.
CKNTRAL OF GEORGIA BOlfl>HOlJ>r»M OH
OANIze -At a meeting of »he first asovt«»*a brt.d
holders of the Central of Georgia Railway coaa
panv held yesterday at th- office of rri.u- «
White)? a protective committed was appoint .1.
consisting of R. Walter Levy, of Maltlnn.l. «op
pell A Co.. Frederic William Scott. of Scott *
Btrln«ffellow. of Richmond. Va.. and Walter P.
Gardner of Groesbeck A Co. There was a lnrKe
representation of bonds at the me-tlnK. an.l the
committee will proceed at once to Invite deposit
of bonds for the purpose of pmte?t and snbM(rt?nt
action to be had of the bondholders as may be
found necessary.
STANDARD OIL RECCES PRICE*
Standard Oil Company has announced a reduction
of 25 points In the price of refined petroleum to
8.50 cents In barrels in Now York, and 8.45 cents
In barrels In Philadelphia. Th.> company has aIM
made another cut of 50 points in the price of oil
for export, bringing the quotations down to 4.50
! cent* for standard white and 6.10 cents for water
■white oil In bulk, with cases quoted at 10.40 cents
for standard white and 10 90 cents for water white.
New York loading.
1 DIVIDENDS DECLABEP.-Divldends have been
GnEEVBRIEIt RAILWAY COMPAXY
FIRST MOHTOAOE FOUR R PER CENT. BOND*
DATED OCTOBL.R 23RD. l&Oy. * >U^ !
J P. Mr-man * Co.. as Financial Agint* of »*.
Trustee under th* Sinking Fun.! of the mortgage iwrT-T
ln« the above bonds, *'•' cp«»n on the 30th day of s».:
temt>«r ir«f«. at 12 o'eihck noon at the ffl» of Md
Financial Ajcnts at 23 Wai! Street. New Tor* City i
tenors •> sell " them on the lowest terms ract la
amount of the aforwaM 4* F.rst Mortgage Boadi 2
th» Gr«enbrler Rallwav Company with ccrasoa No. . IS.
an.l subsequent coupon* attache] !fs'i»<! under and m.
ctir-1 M that DeM of Trust or Mnr'*u- <iat«i the 23.1
day '->f brtntxr I* l between the Greenbrler Rall-»a7 Cb.
and th rol«nla! Trust Co. as the «™ of *19.«14&> will
pur-hai. 'mM <»im of *1».«1* •*> haytnz been set uM*
to be invested In the purchase of saM simla !n accord
ance with the terms of the Sinking Fond provision of
™M mirt*U. The right to reject * ;: offer. 1. herd,
r 't^7ed'Vew York September 3th. 190%
Dated *"j Y< g XK \ lo & r ,AS * CO.. Financial Aram j
declared as follows: Van Nor^-n Trust Company!
resrnlar quarterly 2 per cent, payable Bepunber l
20- Tefft-Weller Company regular quarterly ft* I
per c*nt on the preferred, payable October 1; Otis
Elevator Company regular quarterly IL, per cat
on the preferred, payable October IS. and Amerlm. j
Telephone and Telegraph Company regular qsai
t^rly 2 per cent, payable October I*
PIG IRON STOCKS.— That the increase fa tsa
output of pi« Iron has not been accompanist by
accumulation of stocks Is evident from the fact
that the United States Steel Corporation and othar
companies have very small stocks. Th- stocks
ca-rled by th<* Steel Corporation r-pr>sent only »
few days' consumption for the finishins mffli. Tin
current month wUI show a material increase la.
the pig Iron output of the country.
WE^TIN'GHOUFE ELECTRIC.-InterasU of tbs
W illsili EVctrlc and Mir.-:fa-tnrtn»; Comp
any report a satisfactory improvement in bust
ness since the first of the month August was
also a fair month. It is expected that bushiest
I will continue to show a gradual increase, A feat
ure of the tVMtln&hous* situation Is the larfa la
crease In the number of small shareholders over
the last few months.
APPLICATIONS TO LIST.-The following har»
applied to the New York Stock Exchange to list
securities: The P'.ttsburg. Cincinnati. Chicago 4
St Louis Railway Company. JS.OOO.WO ■■M
mortgage 4 per cent bonds, series "G." due ia UC.
and the Illinois Central Railroad Company. Si».
WO additional capital stock.
COPPER PRICES LOWER— Th* quoted pries
of copper on the local Metal Exchange was cent
lower yesterday for all grades. The market was
Inactive. It la understood that at V**™ *•
production of copper is heavier than consumptton. ,
the latter being figured out by certain constimen
as about 63 per cent of normal.
MONET FOR NEW ORLEANS.-The Sub-Treas
ury yesterday transferred SSAOQQ to New OrteaM
for local banks, making a total of J300.000 «
the movement of currency to that point began.
OCTOBER INTEREST PAYM"NTS.-The Octo
ber Interest and dividend requirements are ex»
mated at about $l-t.OX>,OOO.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
■■■rail I Ooen- i H: ? h - ' Low- jUx
JSiTi 1 lag, jest.j est. j «st. 1 iale.
S.2So;Amal Copper ... j »T>! »»J»| \p\ j?^
10. Am Beet Sugar... 1»>I »» "»• '.J
10 Am Or * Fir.... »J^ S;*» teH: ?A
40 Am Cotton 0H.... 1 »V *•;» 34V M\
180 Am Ice .... i »*• -.? 'A!
2. 41, > Am Lccomotlve...! +^Si +>>, J-S, ££
»S3ojAia Bllllllasj — { «B* «%| »* **
250 Am Sugar ; 131-i. w'^i w? > "1
TOO Anaconda Copp*r.. *?>< *'. S i Jj V §ii
3O> At Top * » Fe... «£ » i l * g4g 4
1.370! Ealt « Ohio 9»V 1'"^: gL JJh
I.9l.»Ck!yn Rap Tr.-. »2 gS 51* "^
SO' Central Leather...] -.-», -'^l ri» T»^
4.W L>1»» Securities.... »> B\ -^ I,^
450, 1 M« Securities..... »;*l :^^ ; g^
l.«Bo'Gt Northern pwf. 13. ■ ";> »J,
» Inter-Met .......-; »;;: «J j«* S4S 4
50 Illinois Central....; 144% UW. W*
llOtLoalu A Nash....; I<£V l^Jk, "*'j j,^
Ste Mo Kao * Texas.- B I -J-rV •i^j
flio Mo Fa-.r- k . ' , i!V ,
54<>! National L^ad...-, «> : „ ' JfeJ jjb^
SWN V i^ntral ...... I<»V W^* *~* c
120' TOM * West- OS «Jg *; . A
2.340 Sot Twite ; »*;>, x £? ©^ rs ! k
♦» raclfl? Mail ; . -i* jS? -,13*
l.»w Penn-Tlvar.ia . . »25^»! »J "g^ 35.
40' Rep Steel »J SZI K% l'^l
ami rock I*!«nJ g^ J;,4j 3+S '. »>
2.580 do pre? -•■■; • T *; „,> > jft» I l«-»
« 42" !=• -:r»<«rn Pactfls.-j WJ *g^| 21li ; a=*
4.5801 V 3 steel ! jnHfc W»J
*m «s pref 4 .., s . 481
aa-;rtali Copper ; «* *]^ 12 v,! '.J l *
2<» Waba-h 1 ».-•.. 24V4 1 !•»
fol Wisconsin Coctral.! '■■' . ■_ , * 5 1_3!
138.1W Total sale*. -
MINING. .
,V« Phie Ban ■ ■ nyT^yTisTl*
SOWCIMIIB* I -2 , "75 ' .75 -I
2PO:Con CM Av»■ ■■ i -g j "^ ( . M •"
1.00.V ciaiawfarli I •" i ;t7; t7 I .17 •»;
300' riarr.>r.lflell •' j „, 1 ,v M
TOOEtttOB i '! i -^ : .0* •«
1.00-vr.oM Far .• -^ j . t O •»
Sf^> Gould * rurrr... -W j ••', | 5T .S.
4OO;C.f»MfteM Palsy.. . „. -^ ; -^ . L 9» «.0J
3i»> T liv. Batter .:v» -J
900 Mar, SIcKtOBW ■*> , -^ , «0 , ••
30rtf Mexican <S ( 1 (K> »-*>,, t.«»
lOO'OpMr 2 ;„. : i: -,. T-l 2 ** T t?
joolTramps era »', (>4 .0* I•"
1.0110 ■!>lt»l G;M ______ - " ;—; —
7.170 Total mif. -'- - ' ' — ■ — — ""
WHEAT. ______-.
> Salfs j " I Cjpen- I HIS*- i l^T j *J~
38X00OI Ptwnttw rptlen..; iM * "
NEW YORK AND OTHER GAS S^
r.i i «•*■ • „..•„ M *
Hi wast 1
is, f . 1
salr -I
i^fjl . ■ i
•And Interest.
FERnY COMPANIES.
; £?'.<!• *jj
K.I *BB— - * 0 l Jo
BALTIMORE STOCKS.^
(Furnished by Van Senate* * O*. *<>• '
Vnite,, J I
«> Incomes ..13 '• ! **, \% '. ' r- - <8
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