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Real Quotations
We hare prep***. .1 weekly list con
taining bids tad offerings for our own
iccoant. covering selected issues, of
equipment bonds. Wgh-Jjrade short-term
r.otcs. New York City bonds, lons and
short, and long-term Railroad bonds
- -hj.-h ~-'JI be sent without charge to any
bank, trust company or individual on
revest.
HY M fmr circular. 'V •*■"
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
ESTABLISHED l l^*
Ce->!tnl $SOiVKW 28 _C__Mo StT»«, N>w Tnrk
Eteri-Ms.'-f«.COaiOM ."3 Lombard St.. E- C.. London
I*»r.kln«: rx-jiartmrcl Bond I •, ixirtT-.ctit
Triis: I'< }>art::ient Transfer n«|»«rtn.iT:
fTurelgn I>»-i>artment
*" Nev? York Stock Exchange Securities
bought on the
Periodical Payment Plan
art» llamih»ril < -uTri_ht 081 I moderate first
pnyin»-iit and are not subject to margin calls
in cast' of snlden breaks in the market.
Write fur full particular?.
CARLISLE & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 74 Broadway. N. Yj
>\TKP.NATin\AI NICKEL SE< 1 F.ITIKS
FTAXDAftn <Ol PI.F.K (O«. AM" £"»•_
f-irFTTY CAB IIF.ATIN<; AND I-IC.UTINO
I Fill. ill * WIUKBSBARKE COAL
JIfIKDEVS COXDEXSED MII.X COM .AND TFD.
r-T. LAWi:KN<E I HITIKS V* (SCRLP)
HALL SIGNAL -
FREDERIC H. HATCH
30 Broad Street. New York.
Tel-phone 8398 Broad.
V. S. MORTGAGE TRUST CO.,
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK.
CITIZENS' CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
GLiIfITTQIff GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FRED'K F. MARQUANO
Member of Consolidated Stock Exchanee of N. T.
Tele SOBO Broa.l. 35-37 BROAD ST.
Write for my opinion on the Stock Market.
X Offices I Private Wires \
f Overlook rurb. I Between New York. X
rn^qualed Service. | Fk^ton A Philadelphia. 1
ORDERS EXKCUTEI) IX
LA ROSE
J. THOMAS REIXHARDT
EstaWlshed Curb I 38 Broad M-. >'. V.
V Stocks Carried ! 1!> Exchance PL. T. /
/
on Margin, i Boston. Mass. *
Financial Meetings.
\'OTICE IS HEREKT GIVEX TO THE fHAHEHOLD
. \ c:« o< The Xatlnnal Bank of Xorth America, in th«
V;r . f New York, that m. ••■■»■ of the stockholders
*iii by !>eld at the oSice of Charles A. Hanna. Receiver,
<iS rxfhar.ee Place. Kew York City, on the -is'- day of
<> tor*r at 10 o'clock A. ..... of electing
%-i Ac<~t\'. to whom the assets of tb« Hank will be trans
(erred and delivered, in accordant with the provisions
cf" >>-cXir>n 3 of the Art of CongrefS. eniitied. An Act
A-jthorlzlnp the Appolnti of Receivers of National
]j,r.^ an.l Tnr Oth^r Piirrv-^'s. aiTroved June 30. 1876.
ar:-i an .•-..• th«r^tn. approved August 3. 1*92.
«nl ilarch 2. lb»7; or for th»- purj">»« ot continulns: the
Hecdtrertblp In accordance with ;r,p provisions of the
Isit cann-d Act. ,
LAWREN'T: O. • RATN
Comr.trulier.jtf the Currency^
BepL IS. '.%'*
to t"e BaackkaMem of
Airwrii^n »j»irSt- Manufacturing (ompanr.
The Annual M^^tlnß of the stockholders .of this
Conii'any. pursuant to tlio By-laws, will !><- helij at 2
c'clotk P. M. on Thursday. October IS. I!*"*, at the
€■"'•-*■ of the Company. No. "7 William Street. New
Toik City, for the election of Director* and for the
tranMct'on of such oth'T lutiness a? m-.% properly
com* before the meeting.
The trsnsf»r books of the cornmo and preferred
rtock «f this Company will he -'.-.'. 3 o'clock
P. M. S«Tt*inr>er ."0. lvo<;. and will rf-main closed until
3<> o'CfOCk A M October IS. ISOS.
EDWARD C. CARD. Secretary.
IRON TRADE CONDITIONS.
■ T
Th/T- ! *• been very 1 ix T'-=»T '-=» '3oins in any of the
markets, nnoe both bu><?rs and pell^rsnf Iron
and steel in different forms are awaltine tne
otitCMm? of the elertion. nor Is any pronounced
movement »-xp»>c-terl. The most" Interesting
transaction of the Tv°eJt was the sale of about
14.909 tons of cast iron pipe for the OlenfueKOs
"Water Work^. In Cuba. Later on about five thou
sand tons additional will be required. The work
taken against the competition of tne Scotch
shops Apparently none of the requirements of
the TianFcontinental 1-failivay in Canada will be
furnished by mills in ihis country. The commis
sion lias avarded I -6 . <"• n ;» tons to the Alpoma Steel
Company and ;^.noi> tons to the Dominion Iron
end Steel Company. The latter. It is intereftinc
to not", is credited with having sold 9,940 tons
to an East Indian railroad, practically its first
appearance In the international market's.
Throughout the entire central western markets
pip iron is easy, with occasional reports of fur
ther conce.~sions. Alabama makers are firm, the
moderate volume of orders which have been
closed comi-,g almost entirely from local con
tainers. New England is du!l. but there have
l«a a series of sales, aggregating a considerable
tor.age. by one interest, in th" territory east of
3i.T.-r:- . This includes one lot of 3 0,000 tons
of basic pig and or;e of 5.501 tons of foundry
Iron. All this business is either for prompt de"
ltvery or for shipment during the rest of the
year. The volume of new business in the princi
pal lines of finished iron and steel has been rela
tively iie:ht throughout.
"The Iron Trade Review" says:
September has been a month of slow progress.
TV hhe the advance made during the preceding three
months has been maintained, littlf more has been
BCCOmslWhed. and the l>elief is general In the trad"
that there K'll] ! .- 00 important developments until
r.fir-r the election. Saies of pig iron made by a.
lew interests in the East have airsrcTrated about
.;.,0..n tons, but the buying is noi general. The
market in the Central West has been extremely
ot:iet, althriuph it i£ Tinderstood that a large inter
est wnlch has just bought 2,i>o.' tons is figuring on
makirjcr a contract to cover its requirements for
lasic for a !or.? period. Southern prices are firm
«r.<s Ir. competition w:th the Northern products are
iiieher for many delivery points.
An important contract, lnvylvine about 2.". 000
tr.ns or ftee!. chiefly i n the form of .billets suitable
(or the manufacture <>f raJlway springs, has bee-!
yna-1-? with the Inland Ste, i Compaay, of mv-ago
The order for 5.000 cars for the St. Paul system
«m call for nf-sr!y i?,r<(m tons of steel structural
material. The axltr- wil! b.^ of Iron. The steel
j>l3»» situation is somewhat improved as to prices
iiur the demand Is not strong. The- call for ' wire
products, although unfavorably aflectoa by weather
coi.'.iti'ins. mniir.uf-s fair. The contract for 3 OO'i
tons of <-a.«t iron |»hjic for the city of Cleveland has
lx-en awards] to the United Stntes Cast Iron Pipe
and Foundry Company. Th<» cold weather has lia-i
■ tendr-nry to hnst^n bulldlns operations, and there
hsv<- \*wn r:-:my c«!!s for delivery on contracts, but
s'v now or-l— \« have derelopcd. Specilications
ac:t!nst Pteel har c<intrTotT hare been coming In
freely. *pjM.vtallr from Irir-Ro canmiTntTg; It i« <stl
nmted thni ' l :f> sree! bar mills ■:■•■■ are
••••■'- ::» al.out »VJ per cf-nt of normal! '
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
tFurr.lfhfj S.y Chirie» U llarn^y a.- Co.. No. 9 Broad
»lr~-l. N.ir V'K. a-d No. VSI Soutli 4th »tr»-et.
lnjU4elrMa.»
I'.lfl. Afif-i. ' i:il. Askr.l.
Jim '•-ir.eat 3.'. Ss«i . l.«-hin:. I'al R R. Oil ..I ,
Amlli'Ce 4^4, 4^ |lt«r»d«n I', is
«>.j:il..-:n Sie'l. . :i'i Co jvi^ .-[.sr
--«« Tr of N J. 07 OS i .1- pjef .^. ( ;«,.,
*;!<<• :> tv.t <■•>. SI 'ii , i>«.n H II C 0.... »i<tv "1
t!ec Co <jf A*n. i>\ M il'ena Etrc-J C 0... .'•<> r.:t
*"iir.j»i.utu Trac. : » 1 o- ;,r^f Hi2' . l:ws
*- A*ptalt "•'i «! if •;;'■-•: Ki.-<- c,>. . . v 15-1 C !»•«
-n Drrf 2-r, »7 l'hl« Hnn Tr *tt\ •J0' r M
•»- Co «if S A. -1 l'l' t :s.f .!:»!»«!. P..v... X ID
7- -Ae .-«'• Cory.. •• i :!>!.». 1 TrTtlon .. 4S*i ift
— r*. .. . V) !»• M'n O-f !^rr. "•-..•"-*"
*y»;.'ir:i >:av w ;ii ;••.•.••>: -.-h •;•» 53. sa
lirtXDS.
.Tm Sy c a»- .*«. !«4 sl'j!i'y« n:e^ 4- BS% 711
T" •■» A- l'»-o 45.. HU >i 1 4-» Tt> Inl |:>H4
N J con r.« .31.-. iv.'.!;'hi:» Co .v iir\, :*s
JV,» Paw liy «». «i :r!'. :
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FOREIGN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
ma. A»keu ., im. Ask*d.
G*m;an con 3;* vr 4 UZU!C of Prtoßßa 4>.. a*-, übv,
}U>arlan Bor4«.I»» lul iC of Munich 4*.. :i^% irJ'
H.blin b"v 34« ITWi HlVi'-" >f A--Ks.,ur»c •»> ws^» wi»'«
ba«eay i-u. a«.. ri'j fei l */^ cf Vtataa 4*... !«." m
li«.i.!.'ui^ coy 3a W {«" o« F-on-M 3Vjs !K.U fllu;
C 4 *>!■!"> ....... go;j 55.:00; i lvi-<
GENERAL" GAINS In" SECURITIES VALUES
— i Actual ales I Cto_htaT.
--^—j^^^«iis3&. i^.iSk ]ld - — l#fifli asps
-Sa-^g!.Amal ga m,,ed Copper . iFl^lFg M 1 » KS&viM ™* ™* M Sffl SS
« r=b__Sa.«£j^:::::| | g SJ 1% 5* SS ITh £ ii« g« S
M + H American Car & Foundry » -?" « -»» * •«, U 7 ':! 4^o , —6 •Metropolitan Street Railway.. 28 ■ M-; -> r - J» SL^
100 + ». American Cotton Oil - » »V » » •«« ■ *g 1 + v Minn. & St. Louis ' M 2?Vi 28 iSffl 27% IMS
M *34 American Ice Securities Kg =gf -;;,;- »« -; • ■** j 1.310 + 2 M.. St. P. &S. St. M HLMSkMS 12^ 1 V'V 124^.
100 . .American Linseed' , MgW _>\_ 1^ 10U J» JJ» • 700 +4 Missouri Pacific H% -> ■ « r «* ;;,*
330 •American Locomotive M•»■. « * 4*« ib L 10<> +i, .National Biscuit ex dlv 1-i p c 87% 87% S<J, gU 8. »%
200 - U American _UlUb« c j^_» '.;♦ 1 3 _2> -12 sjsi '6 TO + « 'National Lead &?Vi •-.- 81 .4 83% **+ g»
16400 «r* -American Smelting SJj» SH.J »J _S_ _»«_ Ml* '«» +4 'Newhouse M. * a 5% -^! _ a J» "> •» •»
m -2_ 'American Smelting pr I I &Fl££ffl2ms » » » 100 +» I "Hew York Air Brake 71V»i ,, A '> .I 1 ' 4 ! ,*_ 71 ia»_
COO - >.. American Steel Pdrjr. new » «< » 3,' » _H_i 300 +5 New York Central Mf* JSJ?I JSJj }« IS
UN +ii Am. Tel. & Tel. ex dlv Ip c. l:. I2JH 12- , 127Js IJ* Ijj* no -4 New York. New ay. _ Hart 138% »5% 1»* 13-4 «« »«
UN +1 'Anaconda ____I_^ •» M JiS| 87^ I 400 +4 North American ;.' 61** \* ••I 1I 1 - ,g £6 .^1- >r V
2.110 ♦ % Atchlson .-. SSMSuhSi Sfc S% Si* I 4-2» ♦« Northern Pacific ?__>}•_* v &i_^
•V) . Atchison pr , «gi ?_!*• 55J» »?J* wji ; 415 41 ,J .Northern Pacific ctfs l»%f I-"';-, j."'. }»J4 }»* I__3
3.500 +1»4 Baltimore * Ohio 9i>:i STi_ S«4 97H 9'Mj| *'?» , 9,),) +t* Pennsylvania Railroad 121% i 122^; 121% li- t. I^-- -,-,■»
l.mo -? Brooklyn Rapid Transit i. *< ( gfi 46% <J,v *7% +14 People's Gr _ & Ccke , M* 1 w«i •',
10 Canada Southern 62 62 « rmt lmtlTW 1»> — « ■* p c C. &st Ix>uis pr 190 | JO. " »■ 90 *
S. 80) +2 Canadian PacMc ffiSfflSSSaSnai *« ■ Pressed Steel Car I Stt 31 1 : . 81% 31 * 3.- DM
100 ~»i Central of New Jersey 19.*, 19-_ m* IW>» Sit iw «» -% Railroad Securities | 90% W% ■W% 90% S9 W._
1.000 *V. Chesapeake & Ohio « 40% » «4 40^ 40% 100 + 1 * .Railway Steel Spring 2_L_L! *__ . *L i iSu lv
1.W.) 41% Chicago & Alton -.'4 28V* g» **M -<■* -- 53>aw +1 j Reading 127% h_»HM£fi J^«} - Mr i n _
100 +1% Chicago & Altcn pr » ' CO 60 6) " ™, 'joo .Republic Iron & Steel I 21%; 21 : , 21t.. M% -.■'> ;'^
I.OUO + 5 Chicapo Great Western ■- ''-*'•* 'v '^| '^ 100 + % "Republic Iron _• Steel pr 78% 78H 7S>i» 75% 78 .8U?
*» -1 Chicago Groat Western pr A. 30 X 2T% 2S 2b*. »4 + % Hock IMand 1% I^k "»% 19;% 19% 1 ,- 2
l (10 _% Chlcaco Great \T«tern pr. 8.. 13 10 10 _SW I_W '10* «M« +1 Rock Island pr ♦'. *•'•- 40 "Ji 4114 «2
6.500 +V_ Chi.. Mil. & St. P ..............1 I?3>* 133-. ]■£ 133\ _2* 1.3 A 830 -,f, f St. Loula & - San Fran ,d, d pr ,29 , 39% 29 29% 25% 29%
20 i -— :j.Chic. Mil. & St. Paul ctfs...! 123 12) 1» «_«_ 1». 131 i«0 +I Bt Louis Southwestern 17.; 17% IV* 17% 16%! 11 _
MS J +H Chicago & NorthweWeni _.».% lo< ; 8 | 1-tH 15*.-. 156% 157% ,-^ + Southern Pacific 103% 103% WX*l 103*»! 103% J^
210 -ii, C. C. C. & St. LMtto JV* -J.W « 58,, X 5h -• 7 (» — -^ Southern Pacific pr 118 [ 111 111* !US\ in IIS
IJB9 : + Colorado Fuel & Iron ! M* 34:4; »«% 3«, 34> 3o gg Southern Railroad 21 21VJ 21 i 21' i 2U4 21',
4.850 -1 Colorado Southern ! 39* « 35 ,40 ! 39^ 40 ,£$ tl 2 , Tennesfiee Copper »X 40% j»% «U 40 i <;%
OS -U Colorado Southern Ist pr M 64 «- M «B «S g> ;0 -I? Thlrd Avenue Railroad 41 j44 ::^ :".% »^ «
1.300 +% Colorado Southern 2dpr. ..... 5;% p oS% -«•% BS% 5.»» 68% • — - Toledo. St. I-Onis & Western*:. MI 27 2-: •«% «I 2«
100 • ••> Columbua & Hock. Cool & 1.. »7/i» 7 /i _g 20T JO .1 4Jfo +% Toledo. St. Louis & West, pr.. 59% «1 58 _» I ?f_» t««
6.W3 _^4 Consolidated Gait Il« 1«% W. 14. 1« 147% 5 Qn , j,.,^,,,, 158% r> ,-•; ,-,-. ; 15S$ 1^
5-0 + 3 «Conistoc_ Tunnel 23 23 23 » -! - >"•.,, , ___ mi( , _ paclfic pr 57%! 87^! ST-^j 57% 85% S.i
120 — \ Denver & Rio Grande Z7% 27% 27% 27% 27 -._,- JOl) ( „ United Railway Investment pr 42 I_|42 i 42 42 I «
1.4W ■-% »Dl_tllMn« Seeuritiea --■-•■•■•• 1 M 3,. 30U 3" 1 3« »■«» ■« 20° .; ; r . ll; ,. rl states j Rubber Ist i..-.. »%1 MO ! 98% 100 ■ 98% 100?
BH 41%,-Duluth .South Shore & At... 14 14', 14 14% 14% 14.. +■% United ; States Steel | 45% 4r.-.| 44% 45% 4..% 4^*
3C») +1% |»Duluth South Shore &- At. pr. » 24 :23 24 , 2^ : -4 ■ ♦% United States Steel pr I 10K%| 10S^ lOS^i 10S-\ 108% | 109» _
6.200 +2 Erie .... .■ »% » 29t 4 30 29;, 30 «W + % "Utah Copper , «L* 13 |«* 41> 4 | 41% 41%
60 |General Electric Co MB 13S 13S 138 .37 13s, m ___^ Vandalia Railroad 85 '85 \\ 85 ;83; 83 - Sr.
MM +% great Northern pr. 130 130% 129% 130% 130* ISO's , m - % : Virginia-Carollna Chemical ... 29% !30 | 25T. 30 30 30%
200 - - »Oreat Northern Orectfs j 57>_ 57% 87% 67% o- 1 * H -^ g Virginia-Carolina Chem. pr.... 110 110 | 110 110 107*. 110
10 jHomestake » » ,90- » » « - 0 — Virginia Iron Coal & Coke SC M| 66 68 57 X
j(0 4>„ {Illinois Central 13(% 13. ! 2 13.4 137% 137% 135% Iflft x v T Vnha ,i, ■%%» 13-*,. l"^ 13*_ 12'<. 12%
M - 2 llnterborouKh-Metropolitan .... 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% W 4 V «,nbas ;. ?- , I^'; *^» *£» -J^
1,300 -% llnterhoroußh-Motroplitan pr. 31% 31% 30% 31 »3 31 »? Jl % Western ___r^__"\\".7.:::::::: 10% 11 '£% 11 11 13^.
»v +% International Harvester 103 103% 103 103% - - _% Wester" Union Telegraph 60% »% 80% ! 60% « 68%
2,200 —^, International Paper 9Vj 9% S% 9 S% 9 * j? Wf-itinirhoiisp Mfc- • 7->u 72", ' 71".' 71»4 72 1 . 1 7"' 3_3 _
_\,« -41; international Paper pr : 54% ru% Bou 51% 51 .52 '§0 -% \\™"W n c>ntra? 27% _ r V 27% 27>4 27% 27^
1>» +1% international Pump | 21% *3% *% a| 22% >22% S a Wiac^Ss n C«?tr? ipr^H ;".: « % _S «* «3 4% 40%
4(0 _ % International Pump pr 1 «S 1 <?;_ > 18% .St.^ TS'i ™7.> \ '.■;., \ I 1 i
600 i+l lowa Contra! pr....... 137| 38 [_» i3S j 37% : 38 ' ! L 1 ! ! !
Total sales for the day. 366.686 shares, compare- with 448.233 shares for the correspor^lnß dayjn «he same i^riod In M
Total sales. January Ito September 30. Inclusive, 134,592,987 shares, compared with m.m shares for .tie same period in 1307.
'Unlisted. =L _ ,
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCK PRICES STROXG
Dull Day on the Exchange — Call
Money Reaches 2 Per Cent.
Movements in yesterday's securities market
■were representative entirely of the operations
of the board room element, which traded within
fractions on both sides of the account without
bringing: about many material changes in prices,
as compared with the closing figures of the pre
ceding day. The general course of values was in
the direction of higher quotations, with the chief
improvement among the active shares in Amal
gamated Copper, American Smelting. Baltimore &
Ohio, Reading, Rock Island preferred, Colorado &
Southern and Union Pacific, the last named is
sue and Reading contributing a large propor
tion of the total business. There was no com
mission house trading* for public account, and
no evidence of activity on the part of the lead
ing Wall street Interests, except as reflected in
the support offered when traders attempted to
force prices to a lower level. There was much
talk in the Street regarding political uncertain
ties and the possibility of Mr. Bryan's election,
but the course of values on the exchange indi
cated no uneasiness among the holders of se
curities or among ordinary room operators over
the outcome of the November voting. Wall
Street really believes that Mr. Taft will be the
overwhelming choice of the people and its vie->
of the situation is reflected in the rapid recover
ies prices make from declines that on the sur
face are based on the fen of Democratic victory.-
Speculators who depend upon the t movement of
prices for their living doubtless will engineer
further election scares in the Street, but it is
not likely sensible owners of American stocks
and bonds will throw their holdings on the mar
ket because of political speculative manipula
tion. At the close prices were at about the
best of the day. Call money ruled at IV2 per
cent, with a high quotation of 2 per cent.
The small demand for currency at this centre
for the account of the West encourages the idea
in speculative quarters that New York balances
of Interior banks will not be called upon to any
extent in the next few a-e?k&, but, according to
the opinion of the best informed bankers, cur
rency to a considerable amount will leave this
city before th» first of December, while the
same authorities believe th3t a large sum of
money will be sent to the South in October
and November. Chicago banks are supplying at.
the moment the Western demands for accommo
dation, but Chicago institution? have large bal
ances here, and at no remote period they will
be compelled to draw on New York, notwith
standing current reports- that this year the in
terior will be able to handle the financing of
the harvests without assistance from our big
supply of funds Th statement of the Chicago
banks under the call of the Controller of the
Currency as of September 23 shows cash re
sources of 515r»,4r»4,*J7!», against $127,958,061 at
the same time a year ago, but in these resource
are included cash due from other banks, pre
sumably money held for their account in New
York. No uneasiness is felt in local banking
circles over the outlook in the money market, as
it is believed that even with the development
of an active interior demand for currency tho
supply at this centre will not be reduced to an
extent that will force rates for loans to high
figures. As a matter of fact the New York
banks would welcome a demand for accommoda-
tion which would place ]<';'ti qootatlons on a
higher lever, current rates civin^ them little
profit Ttw report that Canada will float a loan
of |55,000.000 and the announcement in Paru
that Russia will make a large bond issue in
November are factors to be reckoned with In
the discussion of money ?m! foreign exchans-
movement*, but they are not of sufficient im
portance to cause alarm on th'- part of lo U
borrowers.
For the third week in September earnings of
railroads reporting made a better exhibit than
in any preceding- week in the current year. The
decrease amounted to about 4 per cent, against
7 per cent in the second week of the month, 10
per cent in the first week and 16 per rent in the
last week in August, a showing that ought to
bring encouragement to the business commun
ity. And It ought to suggest to the people who
insist that a resumption of industrial activity
is a thins of the dim and distant future that
the time has come for a halt in bearish prog
nostications. Railroad earnings In the balance*
of the year will, of course, compare with re
turns in li»07 that snowed up unfavorably with
the year before, but it should be borne in mind
that earnings in IJKXI Were record breakers.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. Bept », 4 p.. m -The market for Ameri
can secorlties was flrm and generally higher Last
qwitstionn follow:
J*>rri n \"«« Vi.rk No a York
i-1.w. . eii'ilt-atent. r|r,».. Chang*-*
iZltflr. ::::::■::;- ;■ f; V «? S3
0, . >7 * r 3
Vr".^;.:;;;;:;;;;.;^^ iTT 1734 li«i
-' ''"''l i" : , r.:.:\ v.:%\ I £
A; Ur.-t prof 44 y>\ 42«1 — '■■
IU oat Ml '- I '■'■ : -« 1.17 +•%
l/.uU a. Sash «'.).•'•» IH4-4 j(in»: 4.11,.
tral •:• I lta% i.,;: . .
JVnn«.-iv?rla .... ';2'i 1t%% to] .- J_-- .
Ri i ! n ■ «15H 12.;'% 1271 4 :__ »J
youthi-in l'nc * i » In.:*. I'M % *
tnion '■•'• ■..I<:S'» ir,s I" 1 . + ■,
1 1* ■-'••■ ms 4-.', ,i\ Z. U
•;. i'Tft 111% }» \ „.,.; +£
•r:% .:.!.'• n.l
FOREIGN. MONEY MARKET.-Cnll money ii
rid' n, \\ '<t\ l^ per cent; open market discount -ft-.
for si crt Mils, W* P»-r rent; lon« bills. is t ,er cc.it.
Berlin discount rate. ( 3'j per cent. Paris dl«covbl
rnte. 2 per cent. Part* exchange on London; S3
lrar«<-s 12 centimes. Berlin exchange on London,
2" m.irJis 2.5',-i pfennigs, i'.ai goU, 77s 10»4d,
HHKf'iN 6KCURITIES.- Hritish consols for
money, tu\ per cent; roi the account, in^ French
renter. >■ TaliCe 12 1 ,-.- ccntlmtM-
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THLRSDAY^JKTOBER 1, 1903.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1908.
BOND MASKET SALES.
11000 Japanese 4' 25....2 5. ... UOVil s*ooo X C T 5 & M 4s. 74%
li>o<*> Co i'a M**s. lu«> Iv. Co El 4» ritpd. BU4
4000 d.. 4S }*'■*, 1-WOU L B * M So as
I<«>U Rep of Cuba 6a.. 102*4 1 l'-»31 ■• "•.''*
SSOUO N VC 45 1W.7..1U1-V 0000 do J'-.'^i
tkn*A> do 4\i2 IW7 I 1000 do Deb 45.... ..U*;.
New 11l I WWLV.NIf.Id 4',6.10i^
BOW Am Cot oil 4V,s. t«%! low l>ong Dock 6e....12&
IWJ do »•* 110000 L. &iN ci Tr 45.. IH>V»
Si-WU Am T& T Convt i 2000 do Unified 45... W»V t
4s 98%\ 1000 do W**
SSOOO do »2!4 4000 Marine 4^8....... 6«4
22«>0 Am Tobacco 65.. 11 l , 4000 Mcx Cent Ist Inc l».-
MOO do HI 1 * 3000 M&St L Ref 4b. »&»»
32000 do 4s 74 2000 Mo K& T Ist 4s. 89*
l'"UO A Tft 8 F AdJ [I&XH> do ™
4s Btpd 02 I 3000 do Ref 4s 18
3500 do Gen 4s ittl^llOOOO do S F 4Hs ■ ■ bl»«
10000 do 101* 1000 Mor & Ec Ist is.llct
10000 do l'MUi 4000 Nas Elec R R ♦»■ 7.>
3000 do 101'/* I 2000 Nof M Pr 4H5. . 11»>
1000 do Convt 4s...tCitl l'HNi N V C Deb 1»34. 94%
TOOO do Convt be. -.103 I 6000 .do L S Col 3^s. k< : *
29000 do H'o'-ni 30"<> do .....' ....... £3
MOO At CL. & N 4:... B«%| 2000 do M C Col 3%s 82£
2000 B & O Gold 45..100>, 10<>0 N V C & 9i L 4a. 101*
0000 do Wwl» 3000 do Dak 4s »•
4<.>00 do lWii 6000 N VAT B Ccnvt
ifiOOO «'..-.}• L. E & Cs .....1P&
V 4s Of- 1000 X I G 4 E L H.
NVKI do 9*% & P •** c. Ms
1000 do PJ M B%a. -l l i 11000 N I M HAH
9000 do Swn. 3' 2 s . . »1% Peb 6s 130
100<i Bkln Rap Tr 4s. 741* 2000 do 120%
6000 do 74 ! 1000 X V S & W Gen
1000 do 73? i f>s W\
1000 Bkln tn El Ist. 90 1 11000 Norf & \V Con 4s. 0
1000 CSO Ist Ext 65.107 V» U>ooo do Convt 4e.. . W%
f,.KiO C of Ga Ist Inc. 65 I 3000 Nor Tac Gen 35.. 73
f.OOO do 60 1 2000 do I-rlor 4s H-fr WH
10W Cent Leather r>s. 97% 21000 Ore Bo L. Ist tis..l2o»i
10.10 ,io 07*; 14000 do r,-,\ Ret 45.. »4-*
1000 do »7'*j 4000 do 04^4
3000 do » s If** d " 04 -»
.",««H> CotNJ Gen 55.124H 1 1000 Oz * Ch C 5s 05
300T Cent Par- Gtd 4s. 97»s 20000 Perm Coart 8J48. . Vl%
O«MK> do ('7'h WtSOO d.> B'»s 1015 JU'i
1000 C A <"> Con 6a.. .115 6000 do 04 <»
2000 do Gen 4\jS...H>2 2000 do Cm 4s Rct».lO4«i
mood Chic &- Alt 3«s. 71H 25000 do l'«>
5000 Chic & N V Gen lOiXXt Philip R R 4* 9«>4
- 3U 8 >B 2000 Reading Gen 45.. oft» 4
22000 CBi- Q Oen •«. »»M 2000 do tW :
7«O0 do Joint 4s ... $<•", I<*X' do WK
IOOQ ,lo 98% 17000 do BU?4
7C«'h> do R'g 07 MM do J C Col 4s
nnno d.> ill niv 4s. 101W bIOF. "7%
200 m do 3VjS PIH 17000 St LAP F R»>? 4s 74^
1000 do ..: 91% 4000 do T4M
4000 C I & 1. Ref 68.186 10r>0 do 3. '■»'»
8000 CMA Bt F Gen "000 do 74^
|ug C 91 VXIO Pt L. F^n Con 4s. 74>*j
20000 do" 80% " r '"o BA• A P 4a.. .. S«'-i
1000 do Gen 4« A . .i"2\ 4000 So Par Cl Tr 45.. 81%
85000 C R I * PRef 2000 «p '•'-
4, S*H 2r>on-» dr. Ist Ref 4?.. 0.>«4
orxv> ,:o C. 68% 10000 An 4i 1910 M
•>.k>o do RS? * locio South Ry Ist 8e.. 101%
I7BOJIO do SO I 1000 do 102
l«ono do SOTS : 1000 do »2OF.l<»l\
4.VW do P. R4« 71'« : 10000 Third Ay» Ccm 4s
27000 do ..a, 71 I Stpd p 2'»
.-000 do ......sIOF. 71 I 3000 do fi2
IflOO do : 71' i IOTiOO d. «*>l
rood do .. .: 7O'* nr«v> do «1«*
CIIOO do 71H 5000 do 8114
BOnO do 7iv. r^>oO do M»4
l.Wio do - 71«ij2«noo Union Pa? Ist 45.102\
imo do Cl Tr N... 70 I 2000 do . . 102.
innoi) do W-il fiOOO do i<ws
-„ n do *o»i! ROiV> do 102*4
-,rwv> do 70 1 3000 do Convt 4a.... l'7\
10000 Clev CCA Pt L 52000 do 07 ,
Gen 4s «" 4 ' Mono do , . 07%
l.".fW> do !*"•»* I <VW>O do 07* i
iflOOn do fi H! .VK>O d-> Ref 4s . BBVi
10000 c ' * So Ist 4s. 1 * 1 *! 1000 do 9.V.,
1.-.'Vio do .... TH 1 90000 T- P Pt-el S F 101-4
27000 do Ref A Ext | 3000 do ini\
4U S Kfi I fIOOO do ....102
ivw, do ..... S«m 1000 do Re* mi*
10.0 Con G?if T-b Cs.l47Si ?<to.-i do J<l2
««MA do 14*'] r.orv» Va ICSt C ">s .. ' «Mi
4<vwi piTt p»c Cor 6s. 73 I 10i>0 'Wabaah I^r Ss.T.lffl
luCK-.i 'no 72%! sffV> do Kef A Ext ♦>= ."""
jOOf F'-i<- 'st Coo 4!«. B6 ! 1000 do 58
tflOO do rnnv 4? A T "MM t\'ah Pitts T Ist.. *<"•
Coupon 0n... WHj n.v^> do 4R«.i
?(W! do r: Coup on. «I' 4; 2000 do •»"
"don do 01 ' a; 10000 do 2d 10
1000 o*l Xl P»b H..12"! ' loon , do fi%
1500 do rm] IMS'. I 2000 do 1"
innn Hock v is' *Us.WMt] 3«1O We«t Md 4a... "■;
WOO Int nT X Ctf« l«H4l 2000 do 7'U
rinrtn Int Met 4%* ... «*%] 7000 do ?K
IM.OO do '.. •'■ c '« i«v> WxT * p 1«t..1t4
4l,'>ru> do . CO', (l-kiO Westlnsh F V Be. M%
I IMJM d.-. . . «»1 WMI do .... PS
-.•■• do ... fist; I 7<xv> T\*»s? Chore 4s . .10"'!,
2irai.i do . ««'4I TOOn ri/% Rer .1""
ior.iv> Toivr, rent Tie' 4s 7' l - r/mn do ..l' 1 ?';
4000 Jeff R R 1-- Cou I i ""• ■"• T-r. Cl Tr X« . . 01
off . 100 I coon -v\-i. rvnt >",«> r , •««:. c-"i%c -"i%
?000 X C F P A M 4* 74'» r "Vi« do . Sl "
Total sali-s of bonds. $2.23f1.000.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 1%
per cent: highest. 2 per cent; lowest, 1% per cent;
last loan. 1% per cent; closing. t%#l per cent:
ruling rate. 1% per c^nt. Time money was un
changed. although the firmness for the loneer
periods noted on Tuesday was not so pronounced.
Rates were somewhat easier for six months, for
which period banks appeared inclined to loan a
little more freely There was some inquiry for
over-the-year money, but on the whole the demand
for time funds was little more than nominal. Rates:
Sixty days, 22 It-1 t-' T '- 141 4 per cent; ninety days, 8*493 per
cent; four months. 3\[email protected]% per cent; flye. six and
seven months. 3»_©3s_ Per cent. Mercantile paper
was moderately active, buyers demanding a full
rate, notwithstanding the offerings of high grade
names were small. Rates: 4 per rent for sixty to
ninety days* bills receivable, 4fj4% per cent for
four to six months' choice single names, [email protected] l ,_
per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— foreipn exchange
market opmed steady, with rates slightly lower, at
4 5660-§4.866S for cables. 4.8835 bid at d asked for de
mand sterling:, and 4.85-54.5310 for sixty day bill*.
Short francs were quoted at 5.16' i less 1-32. and
short reiehsmarks at 95% less I' 2. The market
was dull, and rates sagged sllshtly. In the after
noon cables were quoted a: _5655t)4 856>. demand
sterling at 4.8838_*.5535. and sixty day bills at 4.860
4.8510. Short franca lieldi around 5.16V4 less 1-.2. and
sl-.crt reiohsmarks f»3% plus 1-32.
Hankers" posted rates were as follows:
Sixty days. Demand.
Ftcrl'nc *■** 4.ST";
■H-rmnnv. rolchsmarks f'-1 l 4 !■" ■
„. „-.r-« ' VVi .">.ir.
lU>!rium. franca '.. S •Jf'S ."..TV,
B» ltmrland. franvs 5 I«*i •• 1' '•
Holland. _ulMer».. **•'* <0%
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE — Ponton, lfi „-_<• dis
count: Chicago, 30c discount; San Prandsoi . si fl I
l" premium, telegraph I2Uo premium; N•« Or
leans, eomtnercjal 7.V- discount, bank ?1 mium;
Charleston, buying par, selling l-W premium. St.
Louis, Be discount bid, ."c premium nsked.
pANK CL.EARINGa N'--.\ V< rk. exenan* J2lV
;<;f i:«. h;!.iiv>s ? 17. 077. CM : Chicajco. exchacKea
$37.21.*. 541. i»fili'Tir*«= j2."A\ i -,<* : Boston, exchanges
J2O.fißl.noi: haliincw *2.207.4»',<!: Philadelphia, cv
,.-, -,. iK . ■Sir,.lfi-V7?4. balance!! $1.81 ISt.
SILVER MARKET -1:-- s!!ver. y.%r. Mexican
■rilvef dollars, 4."<\ Par silver In Lou '■ closed at
23T.';d, uhobange*!
GOLD PRE_Wt*_l In Madrid. 11.6; LJabon, Is,
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
Now York dUOti d at 2.r-n«.
OOVKRNMEICT RRCEIPTS urtoma receipts
reported from Wnphlrmton. {1.2f.rt.2K«: Intornnl reve
nue receipts. r749>C7: mlaceUnnebus receljJts^ JC3S,
605. Receipt* for the Any, t2,238,<*)8; expenditure*;
iJ .V.iV<i Receipt* Mr th« month to date, 1 0.113;
expenditures, fS2J)M.OOO: exceta of- expenditures,
tI.SSS.eST. Receipt* lor the n-Titl y<*ar to date. Jir.,
783.341; expenditures, $179,148, exctf.s of expendi
tures, tn.tti.inf
Sru-TKEASURY.— The Bub-Tri iMirj wiis debtor
to the taring House |M,_B_
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following -were the last actual sates and th»
closing quotations for stocks In which there wer<» .
no transactions yesterday on the New York Stock
Exchange:
Last Closing. | I>ast Closing.
Bale. Bid. Asked. i sale. Bid. Asked.
Adam» Ex.. l7a lbl — IK CFS&M pf bit 68 60
A!l-Ch Co. 10'« MS 11 Kf. ft I. M. >i 3 5
do rref... 3H* 3", 33 do i r.-f. . 25% 20 o0
Am AC pf 111 »<"-» 91 Klof C pf. 05 47 M
•Am R 9. ..1S 17V« ik i Lac Gas pf.. 00 75 100
•do pref.. 77T4 — 82 LX * W... 17 14 16
Am Can 5^ 6H •''% ; do l' - f 45 *° 4..
AC& F pf.lO2\» 100 i» 103 I Lake shore. .3' »> 27i> —
Am Oal.. 10i> 150 Marine JO 21 -lv,
Am C 0 pf 00^i i»0 02 Mack Co I'l • 87% t>7'i 7"
Am D Tel. 20 — 39 Man Reach.. 2% 2 '■
Am Exp....lSK% 102 210 Manhat El.. 134 181
•Am Gr T. 7 : * 74 7% Ml C«al pf.. '••' <•*• —
Am HAL 4,% 4'- 5 Mcx Cent... 15^ UH4 l"- v
do j.r»f. .. 28 23 " 24 Mich Cent.. — .1I"» l»
•Am I. ln i>{ 'S-Vi XIX 25 M•PtL pf 63 84 Wj
•Am Lo pf.lOli, ltili, in* MSP*S.-=Mpf.l47S 14U ; 1 ('■ '-
Am Malt pf 47 47 40 Mo X A T-. 30 3"* 4 :f " T i
•Am Spf B 80% 80 80% do pief ti3U ( v ;1 t «4
Am Snuff. .lß2% I*o 200 | Mor ft Es...l<»\ 180 Vi I*s
do pr»(... NT:, 92 07 Nash A Ch..110 l«ir> 115
Am Ftl Fdy 9 7 0 «Nat His pf. 11734 llrt ll *"''^
do ■■•'.. 41 M 4.". XE A Btp.. 0V» 1 * 10
•Am .<!)«.. .127% 128 130 d o pref ... 77 76 70
•do pref.. l27 125 12S «Nat L .102*4 l<»2\i lO2U
Am T&C. 70 »« 71 NRofM pf 51 50% ''2 ; 4
Am Tob pf. 04 92 04 j do 2d pf.. 17^ I'!'* 174
•Am Wool. 234 53% 244 New C Coal. 4.*. 35 SO
•do pref.. 02 0") 91 X V C&St L 34V 4 35 39
Ann Arbor. — 15 30 | do Ist pf . . t»S 58 100
do pref... — — lw> | do 2.1 pf . . 72 68 74
At Coast L. 88\4 86 88»^'N V Dock rf 74% 72H 75
BA O pf.. 86 86 90 XYTA W. — 121 l^O
•Batop M . 3>4 2% 34 X VAX J T.IM 114 117' i
Beth Pteel. 22 214 22^ X V O A W .".:"» 40 4')'
do pref... 4fi4 45 50 Nor * W.V. 724 71 ! i 72
Bkln V G..UO\ 13S 145 do pref 82 80 B1 .
Brunswick.. 12-S 114 12% Ont Silver. .. * 4 44
B R & p.. «0 71 90 Pac Coast... 68V4 «-* ' '■'
do pref... liv, 102 — :., Ist pf.- 90 80 I<«>
Btuterirk C 194 10 20 do V- pf . . *0 tV, '"*
CA S A T.l<>44 — 110 Pac Mall 26% 25 2«
Cent I^ath. 25 24\ C.'.'i Peo A 8.... 154 l-> is
do pref... 84% 04>4 05 PC CASt I. 734 74 76
C* E I pf.115 — ISO Pitta Coal. 11 11 12
CB A Q...22S lflO 2."* do prof 38 40 4.1
CG W deb. 50% 58 63 Pr Stl C pf. 02» t 02 04
cI & L pf. — 40 0" Pull P C»r..l»j«)4 l«o I*"
CM&StP pf.1524 150 15« QulckslWer . 4 H "i
•docfapf.lSO 14 4 ., 150 do pref 14 1 n
C& X» pf.aOO 200 220 «Ry St! Pp Pfloo% I><> ««<»
'• StPMAO.I3S 132 13S I Read Ist pf. *7 81 .«7H
do prer . . . 150% 155 MB I do 2: pf . . B3 S5 '>•
Chic T Tr. 3 8 5 RW A 0...114% II 1 125
do pref... 12 12 l. > IKut RCorf 25 2S 20
Chle D TT. 3 2', 8 iPI-tSF Ist pf 50 4.". 52
do pref... 11% 104 114 d,> CAElcfal2B 115 J2
CCC&RtL pf 014 05 90 ' d.. otfs pf. — - 130
CF A I [if fii't 3fi 75 j do ctf.» new 60 .1 t'-O
Consol Coal 00 SO — ?I.ASw pf 44 3 , 444 43
Corn P Ref IS 174 17 » Pears-R pf . . o^4 _ n74
do pr«f . . 7r.'- 744 7« S-S B A 1.. "0 «oii CO4
Del a H...1f14U 1"4 lfi.Vi do pref. .. 103 00 102
I) L A W 500 505 bio l<Vi R r pf . . 51% "i\ 52'j
DARG pf 88 85 > >> Tex A Pa-. .25 24 2."
pMAF r> 11 "4 l. > ' do Land T Co i, 87 73
Pet I' n R 3* 38 " ■"•"« T Rya A L. « 7 8
Erie lFt pf. 42% 42\ 43% T•' R T ... BS M BJ
do 3d pf. 34', 344 3-.it. mI! * P.. «•% •% 71,7 1 ,
Ev &T H. »2--i 50 75 do pref.... «0 -'Si M
do pref... R4 7'» 100 In Ry Invt. 23 2:! 24
F'd M& S. 79W 75 05 ': n P Uf« l»f JM 00 I' 11 *
do j>pef. .. 7R'» 77 Xi 1 13 '■ I P&F 23% 2.TH 2",
•F»1 ?'j|r pf !H 03 no d,-> pref 7.". 7l\ 72%
Gen Ch Co. fir. 58 64 I* S Ex;. . 85 75 05
•lo pref... <»•,', 83% jv.i*!'!* B I#at»i. 12 — 20
Oranbv M MMMi 10i> 104 • Mo r>r»r . . 1044 11114 ii.i
Hay El Rv 314 TSIH 32 '•'" S R A R 0 <» 10
do pref. . . 7->-, — 80% 1 * . . pref. . .25 24 2«
I! irk Val "2 R24 W \V B R«fh<-r. 3fl 20 3-14
do pref... S3 >»I>4 00 ! do 11 j>f.. <v r,:\ «7
Ins -II Co.. 70 70 — |*Yulcap Pet -'4 3 i f!
do riref . . MH M — I «do pref. . .2S *« M
•in- Power. 31% — 30 |\TrH»-F Ex.2«W 2"- 30.1
!■ t. i c>nt..l«4 1"4 10 W Ist pf S<s 00 m
K;in M . . .17', 37 42 W A L E. . * -; K 'i
X C A So. . 17% 274 2« do Ist pf . . W 1" : , 17
do pref... C 2CI " 85 1 do 21 pf . . 0 8% 10
listed
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing I!h'-S-'22.
rFnrnlshed by Bvrartwout & Appenze'.lar. No. 44 Pin*
■tree*.)
Arprr>x.
Name. Maturity. Bid. Anked. yield.
Am I'icrir Co 4 r> c. March 18 1011 'C.~-, !<•■■. .-. :,o
do ! p c. Mar.-h IS. I»1S . in »t% 5.40
Am Tel & T<l s!■ c. Janoary. H»tO.. 10014 100*3 4M)
Atlantic Coast I.lno "> pc, March. 1910.1110 100% 4.t»
Unho & Ohio f. p r. March. '•"••> in.i% i.«>* 4 I 7<i
iitea & Ohio 8 dc. July. ISM . ... lul\ 102 4 Itti
Chi & Alton 5 p c. January. 1912 . DO liv> .-,(«»
CM RI&P 6p c. April. 1009 :<i\ ifn-i»i 530
<h: *.- W Inrt 5 p c, Kebruar<.-. 1910 . .I<m'j !i iv^ 1 -•>
C<!C&StL> 8p c. June l;ill . I-, n-r^ 4 i,,
Consol Gas Co 0p c. February. l!>>0. .100' 3 100"s 31KJ
Interior Hap Tr . > pc, March. 1010 SOH 1"" 5 ■<>
IJO 0 p c. Mar. 1011 101 101 'i .-, :v>
Kan City Ry £ LCo <> r f. S'fi. 191 a ■.•., « ■.(-■, « 7.-,
Kan City So "> pc. April. 1012 Wj <»7H 6.r0
Laele Steel .'■ p c, March, l!»<^ . 06' i<i 7 m.<M
do 5 r "• March. 1010 . ....... <£ 04 0 in")
t. aSi Mlrh So 5 pc. F.-b-Jiry 1010. .10; v 4v 4 101 4 •<..
U>uls I Na*h . > pc, March. 1810 .. . Klrt^ V*>\ 4.40
Mich Cent Sp c. February. 1910 ..lftoS 100% 440
Minn &StL.5 pc. Ffbrua-r. 1011 ... !>n ! , on>i ig
SV<"ftHlt 5p c, February, 1910. . .ifiO"«i lonti 4.40
do equipments. spc, Nov. 1308-*22.. 4-* to .1 p c ba>is
N" V V II & II Up c. 100S '-' lfto l^ 101 -, 4,0
Nor ft West 5 p c. May. 1010 lOOH MH t 4.-.,,
Pennsylvania 5v c March 15, l".'K> . ifx>% 101 -i 4.20
Public Service Corp 5 r c, Mot. ISO*.. M !'7 '.■•.•)
S- I. M .<■• Bo Kn AM n C, June. I!*"**.. 02 I'4'j 13. "11
ft I, & 8 F 44 r c, December, 100S.. 07 1 <> 4 .'0
Houthern Ry 5 P •. April. 11X^9 ...... '.12 07 in !>>
<••> 5 p c. February. l'.'lO S3 •>* 15.00
Tidewater Co C p c. June. 1013 !«'•» 10;) i 1.1
r S Rubber 3p c. Fept i.v 1900 ... :.!i s lf">H 4*V>
VN'abacb 5 P c. May 10. 11>00 02 ••: :...;>
West El & St^l Co 6 p <•. Aug. 1010. . . 85 OS 7.50
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall rtreet.)
Bid. Asked. I nil. Ap:;»d.
America 525 53.1 .Liberty .. . MM
An Exchange. *»• 238 Ilia ota . . 4«'» —
/Etna National 175 ISS Mnnh.it'an Co.. 2<«» 3(>»
lir mx Borough *'" — Market v Fi;l.. 24'»
Battery Park.. US 123 Metrop-ll* .17.".
Bowery . ■■ 320 S3& Merhnrirs 1 £.-,.. 2H.>
Hutrh & I>r v. ISO ISO Mercantile ... . 124 123
Coal i- I Nat. 21.'. 2i'. Metropolitan ... l>".'', l-."^
Consolidated .. 110 '.:«' iMrrchai.tf' .... lim MB
Century 17'> ISo ]Mrr,';irrs- Kx. I*3 '.70
Chare 240 — Mount Morris.. i^hi --
Chuitinm MX) MS Untua) 2*o :-»i
Chemical 410 420 Vc«i>n »X> —
Clt C«nt Nat.. 1 1!< 1-4 N\'.t Copper 990 tU
City ... :Ut> 310 NVN fl V '"' .".10
rh#'w« ExCh.. 2KI — V Cnnlv """
Commerce .... IC3 1 « >>t» Netherintul *°° 210
Co.oclal 7<>o — 'Nineteenth M'<l. — T.O<»
Colunibla*."..! 4i-> COO N'Mtht & Day, — (OS
Corn Exchange ril-- :•._•- Vr.tliprn Nat.. I.*. — -
Eaat River.... 123 is »'a. ific • 2*J 2..<>
Fl.l.llty .... I'" 178 1 [■<"•!<• ■ IV 22 •■•
Firrt Nati< nal Ton - [ '"i'le ■ - •■■ •',';•
Fifth National 900 KM EJ 11 * 11 * 1 V" -V l.'>
Fifth Avenue .3 - "«« "U'li* 1 •» '•- '
Four;!, Nat.... «M 20.', FY-.Mce ExClk. l-'jj
Fourth «-nih lit. - 17" |-' ' [•*••• 1^ n.
Gil latin :*:-> 3.V. ; Seaboard 340 SM
CarH.l.l 2-5 - IPecond »•' —
<i.ri,ian Am .. 13a 14% '"t ire .......... -- ' —
rjprman Kxch. 47* COO T«eifh vT»rt» - 300
C.rrr.-.»nla ... B»)0 -- •Tww thlnlW MO —
CiPf«p«-|rh •».-•« 2<V> IJrton Exr ian«, !•■• —
H.->aover 475 4^.1 Wa«Mn*tOl» Hi- J*> —
rrsui '■<•' ■' ■ "• '• -'■' • ■ 6 '" > —
■mii <•» 4j*
Je?T<-r-r.n . . 170 If I . (
•N>'V ftork.
GOVERNMENT CONDS.
•';.. i;..uir: -i."v.- ;. •■ r. „!,\ closing quota
tions f. : government bonds, compared with Tu.->s
— jippt. 2; v — —Sept. SO. —
Hid. A»Ke<l. I Hll. AfXM.
IT. P. 2«. r-Kliit«r<-.1. IQ3O HU*» U'4 l"3'i 1"4
U s' 2«. coupon. i£i::.j I'U'i — . . 104 —
U fl is.. rMtlst n lOM l«l 1«'1\ I'"' 1 * '"'
V. S. :-. coup >n. itMi MM 101 *-i l»'l I'll ' 4
0. i 3«. Bmall iioiidn i.«i-.. — ! Mi»H —
V. S. 4«. i^RUtereJ. lU2T. 12! 1214 121 121
V.-H. 41. f<jupon. l-.>2.". 131 v, — I J?"- —
i'acama *s. rtaistsrsi .IWH — \ 102H —
I-
U Art ah Tmcl Ex cc " foP »
mOnOl? I ! 115! Trustee,
eu _.!__» Guardian
Hilly CSS! W Interest Allowed on Deposits
38 NASSAU STREET Travellers Letters of Credit
NEW YORK Foreign Drafts
Fifth Avenue Trust Company
Fifth Avenue and 43d Street, New York, X. V.
Acts as Trustee, Guardian, Executor. Aim
Interest on deposits subject to check. Iss-
Travelers' Checks and Letters of Credit. Safe
Deposit Vaults.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Speculation in the market for outside 5111 ™*"
was quiet, with the exception of about half a down
of th- mining stocks, which ri>v*»on~l r««wrt ac
tivity on buylne ,-resumablv for told* a. i-o -n t
The eneral tone was steady, with small fractional
improvements here and there. The specialties were
almost neglected. Standard Oil improved a point.
Bay State Gas was easier. La Rose Lon^lMatM
was strong on heavy dealing. a.lvanciny to a n-w
high mark. Butte Coalition ruled firm <-ob*lt
Central was active, but irregular conso idate d
Arizona Smelting was down 2c. North Butte^Ex
tension was heavy. There wa3 a Ught to«iulo lm
bonds. American Agricultural Chemical new .*
were off %.
INDUSTRIAL. _
B.ooo|Bay State Gaa.... 2 1-16] 2 1-W| 2 j 2
200 Con Ry ISt Pap lHj lj*i *J ;*™
_jjg.^^r:: jsn £t\ ™\ &
MINING. __
Shares I } Open- (>( > High- i Low- I Last
sold. * 1 !"«• I ""■ ' eßt - ' ' aIC - .
2f">, Argonaut Con I, 2%k 2-* *•!
1..V.. •Atlanta OJdfteld 24 2* =3 1 -4
Barr.b De Lamar. [ - i £; . ' "• * »
4.000 'Banner 1", . V,. *?u? v it,
l.OOol'Blu, Bell 5~, 55 I*,1 *, »^ »
;iOO|Bjninza Creek 34 * »^
I.2tA> 1 Boston Copper «■* l*^, »»» *2«
aw British Col Cop... 6 » 6-» •* to.»
:(.., Hutte Coalition... 24H. 244 24\, 24,
19.000 «cotait Central... 42 ; 4- i 41 ; «
>:..». 'Combined MA L 9 I 10 I -J*}-, $
J..3UU •Comb Fraction.. 4O »1 43 II 38 *1 53
l.i. •<■<-,:, Ariz Smelt.. | 174 »* !•> >•
200 -Copper Crown 1 4N 4> ; a» *_
5001 Cumberland-Ely ..| • "» , ;J» . »? i 4
1.5v.1 Davis-Daly Batata lr> us, 2\ l-« ->
X ! n :^. < :°^ r :: 1 «[] »j
l.^iPUr^arCopr.r: 6 11^ ||^f« »
2ff> Florence 3 7-16 8»» 3 «;1« »
200 'Foster Cobalt.... »♦ ■ CO «• «-♦
I,2oo' •Furnace Ck Cop. 1 ! 16 16 »
Wffi*!^ \ 444 4 6^16 J^l«
US oSSw^oii::::: * jft-?
4.0001 >GoldfleM Daisy.. » j £8 21 **
500 Ooldfield Gt Bend. 34 f 35 34 «
lt;oo|Gr«>en»-Cananea .. !•% l')> 104 104
l'.-.»i 'Qre-»nw C Smelt. 74 j <> « '„
600 'Greene Gold-Sll.. i* -^ v L*
50 do pref »i y > >
•V.-i 'Indian Val Cm... ***> 4^ , 4"V 4*
1 ?S sLoTI-auS?:::::' a 1 m u-m 2 i_i.». 2 i.r
lrxr Mx Mm A lUp-l 74 74 1 .4 7^»
1.-J.». Miami Copper.... I«>* I£* 104 10 4
000 Mlcmac Mines.... « 1 2'i| «« -»
.M. M ...» Horn Am.. J% ! 17-16 ( IS 1 .-1»
700 Nmoosm Horn M g Jl 5-
I.flM »Momei of .• R»e« 2-» | 22 j 2i_> _-
|<000 •Xorth Bntt» Eit. ls» j l» »- J".
2 2"OiXevada Con <-;, .. 13% 1 »% I>'« l-;»
ioo Nevnda Smettlß*.. % ,".,-.-,! _*
3.ooo! Ner-Utah M& 8. 3 » 21VW 3
2.500 X V Cod Iya-«lr.«r 10 10 2>2 > W
I>> Xlplsslns M C 0... V!% ?H *H
1.13H Orphan Copper.... 5 a 1 * *"» ♦*«
2!s4><li'Penn Wyoming.. 22, 22 2(> t 2O
400 Precious Metals... t 1 ■ * *
I.so»B»whMa » 27 25 -.
I.OOO! Red Hill .. 24 24 -4 -4
«»rsrS:n| g5 gg gg
1.000 Silver Queer, I*l 20 $1 20 II I*^ *1 14
l^Ton^h "piim^: 24 *1 33 $124 $1 25
lOOlTonopah Ext «« M «M ! •»
T n. pah M of Xcv .'» . % ( .5 .%
SltOTrampa Con } 16 1« 16, -i , < ,
l.Vm ! Tr»-Humon 1 1 .. ' l^-l*
too -r ,if V Copper.... 1* 1* 1* }*>
lOOlTiivra rev pref... ' 2S! « 2S 2%
I.IM rnlted corner . 11% 11% 11% M%
i .... .fnited Rico .. 25 j 2."> 2-2 23
ISOOirtah O A c..:::: I « •» I-SJ 674
MM) Yukon Oo.d Mine*' 4 8 M 4\| 4 0-13 «<
BONDS.
I 1 Or*n- I H!*h- ! Low- I La»t
Si.vs. 1 : Incest. • eSt. i SSI ' sa>.
t,n^<-- urn Acri rv.*m •■>» 04 ' it MS' f>4H| JMS
' -, V, xv . -on ?« »=. r«-rt»' HH MM ll* ll ''
iVomi do 49 ... ' "'*' "'j' 11 ! «
r.'f»v> pm*Ft n2: .i»' *• ■'- f«H s «^»] MM
i.'aod tm*« «P « note«.l OSH! ■•* «>\ ! K>\|
'Fells '-'■Tits per <t"mr».
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Phart>s i I Open- ! lIlKh- ' t^-w I Last
yoH ! : In? ' art ' v>>«r I wale.
k ■— __ , ; 1
:...W> Airnl Correr ..... . ! 73% I TA I r?i-« TS
10 Am H~t Suear...t M ! IS ! is H 1
TO Am Car A Flry. . I ii!' M 3!> 3»
It" Am locomotive... 4'". 4fi'i 4« 4*
ir,.r.;*> .\m Smpltinjr «% «*%' MS «4»l
SOt Am f*iear 12«ni I 12SV, I 12*1. x ;,t;
410 1 Anaronrta Copper. 4" : *', «4«i| 48H 4i';
2-«: At Top * F.... ! W4 S7*l 87 I S7-H
nn!to ft Ohio ! 0«S 97%! M%l J>7 l i
tVWProiklvn Bap TV. 47Ui 47'« 4« l 4 4K\
* s*o Canadian P.-iclflc. j IT*'.''. ! 177 » 17rt 177 1 *
tOThes * Ohio t 4*»HI 4A l i 4O»i «"ii
an.'ChlP *■ Alton ' BTHI 27^! 27H[ 27-j
'HO'ililr Mil *Ft P.. 0«% l 134 | 132^! Vn\
r,.-O ■ .■! Fuel ft Iron. I 54% ■ SS ' 34 S I ST.
7 . Colorado Southern 1 S*% I 40 I SMI ! 4rt
2n lirnv^r * T.lo >;. I 27 1 i! =7H 27'»t 27'-i
r<> Ki-ti'il-rs 1 Pep i »1 31 ' 30V 3O\
MO'Ert* ! SMI *"» »< •
4-" at yortlMni pref. ! 1»» I 130« i! i~>~* iar>«4
ir.'lnterh.ir-Mrt - J V*\ ! 1«">V s"\ ! I'">H
•SO (".■> rref . . I 32 I 32 I 3«H ! SI
.'n:xri.4.ourl Pacinc..; B'S '•"•'•» MH! «»J
P^ni National I-eart....l C 2S S3HI M\ <3H
170 V T Central I 103 1 * • 104 I 103 ! !<"U
Northern FacJflc..! 133% 13B»i! 133 ! I*l
(» Pennsylvania . I 121% 121". 121S' 121
4,1 t>t»ss. s-i Car... 31 V 31 ' it si« 4 .in,
21.440' nearfin* I 127\! 12-. 12«% I 12"»«
c Oinork Island I I.' 1 *! 1»H 1»S ' ''i
4.lH> ! <1o pref • . ... { •»<* 41**! 30%' 41 S
C 2"> Southern Parlflc . ' l«l*»! 104 : 102 * i' 1"»
20'SoutJirm Railway. ! 2«\ I 21 ' 20*4 ! 21
io Tenne»«*e Copper. ! «M| 4O\! 40*4' 40« i
2t.S7t('fnlon Facidc ' 1M t.I«HI i.v [ BM
8710!US?trel : IBH 45H! 44V 4.%S
r^>: &o pref I I"S'. io«sl iosm iwh
I ■ «
JVV.I4O Total sales.
MINING STOCKS
>__ , : ,
Shares i I Open- I H!eh- ! I>^w- I T.««
soil. I 1 in* ! ssl I e*t. | mm
; ,
2..T0T. \;: •• I .24 ! -•»', 2.-: I .2«H
!■<■ !'««t f. rtel.-her. .! .4-» ! .4«» I .4f» I .4<>
.■.O?»;itlui» R»U . ! .sa«i .«4»»' iiris „t>,
r.OO'i-onn.lenre : »-. I .45 I 4." .45
.too .'r. n <^nl * Va.... 1 71 I .72 ! 71 .72
:.00<VOark->rJark . ... I .OS ! •> fw .m
4<-« .-:.-.Mr.fi.i <V>n«o>...'sS T3 '$.1 T3 $.-, 7A v» 13
7i>>Oot.jneM I>»l<«v...t .S3 I .SB i .S3 ' «l
.V»;nomeiitalc« K!r(f..: .»* I .30 i ..n> ' JSI
intuits SI ! -7 .27 I .27
I.7O>:.Tlni Rotter ...: -2« ' .2H .2« I .27
r.no'f.ine Star . .. I .'>!• I M .00"! .<»
I.3<»»'MfX.Ttnara ! •••> I .'« -•'•.". ! .!».%
2"« Mexican ........ 7:. I .7.1 .7.1 I .71
SSn'Cphlr I IN I 1« 1 «o > i *."■
sno'Re-rinn ,: .M i -•♦ 1 ■ : II
l.oni> r Trn-rp>« <0n*«!...! .17 1 17 ! 17 .17
<*(*'•' T<<tv>:iah Knten...l .M I .67 I .«W - I .«7
7'»> Tnnnpall IVlnmnt 1 JO I 1 27 i 1 2O 1 12:
4001 W»»t nrnl I .M ! .03 I .55 I .3»
13J30 Tnttl sales. - '
WHEAT.
Fnles I 1 Open- I Hlt:h- | Low- 1 Ijint "*
buih 1 » Inic. I •«. ) •••. . I saM
'o.wil'Dw^nl-r ojiflon. l I.:- l j; «•!>%! ...... jin^
— — •
NEW YORK CITY 30NDS.
iFurnUhed by F.y*r A Co.. No. 37 Wall BjSMMSj
Kate. I Int. I •■■• t M..tinty | ltl.l. | Offer. MTlillit
•4>»..|.Mav * N..v.1N0v.. 19BT| at mkt. ! at mkt. !
•4V.iM.iy Nov. INi.v.. 10171 1»» ; 104S I in
•4. May & Nov. M«. ISBI at mkt. ! at n.kt. I LSJ
•4. May .C Nov. May. 1017 ( i»i I 104». | 3 M
•4 .. May * Nov. m.v. 1!W.7 ms ' n»i% , .t pa
M .. May * Nov. \nv, I<«s !••! I Wi\ | 3 (<«;
:4 .. May ,v N.-.V. Nov.. lar.«i KM 101*. 1 li'Ml
14 ■■ May & No* Nov.. mm '.0,114 101 I ■»,
•n'-j . May & X'-v. (Nov.. V*« ml, O2'» f :* >^H
t.-, .. . iMarA Nov. l May. ISB« »il'» I K\ | a.As
tH<,..i May A Nov. (May. lMtj MS I s| | 3»>
•'• .. Mai * N..V.!Nor.. I'»M «f>ti% I MIS I
«..Ma v * Nov. j Nov.. ISSB 102*4 ' Irt.'i>» I
« .. Slav v Nov INcv . 1910. 104 I 104% I mm
•Inttrchanjeable. tCoupon. tK«fl»!fr«O.
Bowling Green Trust Co.,
26 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
CmCEHSr
EDWIN GOULD — m
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR - Ist Vics-Presidea*
CHAS. P. ARMSTRONG - 2d Vice-Presidaa
JOHN A. HILTON - 3d V.-Pres. & Trta*
WILLIAM M. LAWS - - - - °ni»L,
DIRECTORS:
diaries P. Armstrong, George J. Goild,
Frank Brainard. John A. Hilton,
Harry Bronner, Edward T. Jeffery,
Franklin Q. Brown. Winslow S. Pierce.
Robert C. dowry, Morton F. Plant,
Edmnnd 0. Converse, Dick S. Ramsay,
Wm. Nelson Cromwell, Frederick B. Scheack.
P. C. Costello, Andrew Squire.
Grenville M. Dc Jge, William H. Taylor.
A. GoepeL John P. Trnesdell.
Edwin Gould.- E. F. C. Youu«.
Frank J. Gould.
XO KERBO C
** TRUST CO.
— tS* FIITH AYE.. CORNrR MTU fT
M B war 10* W. 125 th St. 3d Am * 14Ma St.
TO THt HOLDERS OF THE TWENTY-TEAR SINK
ING FUND * PER CENT COZXATZKAL TRUST
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OF THE
GOMPUTIHO SCALE COMPLY OP IMERI6I
The undersigned trustee desires, under aisthortry ot
said mnrtsrans. to expend --- sum of T*«n;y thoosmad
inf". sixty eight and .'..1-:"" dollars ■ J2<V>«« i" 1. In rt»
purchase of bonds of said lssu». provldiTie auch pur
chase can. In Its opinion, be no* made adventa?*f>u3!r.
Offers of said bonds may b» sent to the Knicker
bocker Trust Company. W Broadwar. N»-» York Cry,
on or before the 22rd day of October. 13ns
KNICKERBOCKER TRT'=T COMPANY. ~- .»'-
By CHARLES H. KEEP. T> Filial
Dated New York. October 1, IW 1 "
UNITED EXPLORATION I OEYELOPIEIT STifct
State number of shares '- pr!c» 'n offer.
BANKER. P. O rv.x .-.«. Sew Twk.
\\- • I-P LIKE TQ HOAR Or GOOD MIMXa C 3
T » ether stock for »a!». which ■Quid b* * safe. praSt
abl# -•■»-■ no TTiMoat fakes --ensiiersd. l^ DAH3T
SHIRE. Box isio Rochester. N. Y.
\
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN* TRADING— Foreign houses dealt ti
s.<•>■>. <•>■> shares in the local market. ch : <"Sy p'irchasesL
In London consols were heavy, and selling of gilt
edged issues to f ><"■• the requirements of the mi
of the quarter was r"T«Tted. The copper stocks »■»
firm. Money rates were a trifle str^n^^r. <!".ie «■
tirely to October needs. It 1* not expected th«r»
will be any chan?<» In th» Hank of England's dis
count rate at the weekly meetin? of The gorsrers
to-day.
ERIE COUPONS.— Referring f> Us r»c»nt =r
tices of the Erie Railroad Company. J. p. Morp'?
& Co. announce that they will until funnel notza
continue to purchase at par e^up^ns due October I
on th» New York & Erie Railroad ComgULf fourti
mortgage 5 per cent bonds. Jeffersi^n Railroad Cora
pany 5 per cent bonds. Bergen County ?talsssl
Company i pet cent bonds and Eri» Railroad Com
pany 4 per cent convertible fifty year •*■! bcm!»
(series A and B».
DIVIDENDS DECLARED— Dividends have N*i
declared as follows: E. W. Bliss Company. Wi*
lar quarterly 2 per cent or the prvfcTTMt payai.«
October 1. H. TJ. ClafUrt Cbmpany. -"•;''
terly 2 per cent, payable October IT.. Gatlatin Ni
tiona! Bank, regular semi- annual <» p«"r cct. paya
ble October 1. Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago *
St. Louis, regular quarterly l'« per cent on tix pre
1 ferred. payible October 31
PENNSYLVANIA'S EARNINGS -Ft the n»octi
of Autrust the Pennsylvania Railroad i" 5 " is* 3ns»
vast ant' west of Pittsbt.rg shows .» decrease tt
K ross earnings of K^SUM an.l a Opctmm in crt
eamlnits of $1.747.7r«\ since Janr.ary 1 R ro **XV^
ings of the entire system harm decr^astrd ■»■••■*
and net earnings have decreased $S.l7?.^>. wnpKi
, son being made with the same ttnw a year age.
QUOTATION DISCONTINUED. -Quotation CM
been discontinued in th» unMstei deparrmeßt of u»
Stock Exchange for the Illinois Central K3-^K 3 -^
subscription receipts and for the American -««
Foundries certificates of deposit for common aw
preferred stocks. T »**
i TO PAY INTEREST ON WHEELING * w UA :f
ERIE.-The Mercantile Trust Company "*?•,»«
celve.l funds to pay ih« interest .i:e JulT *^»
on the equipment mortgage 5 per rer.t bosas or
' Wheeling & Lake Erie RaOfoad Ccntpany.
STOCK EXCHANGE SEATS LOWER— A *»
on the New York Stock Exchange was soli T^
terday for *;.>■>" This compares wttfl a :c ;,^
|K<i.iiiio the last precetling sale, an !».«•. O ***
record. - _
HEAVY FALLING OFF IN BANK CIXAS
INGS.—Bank clearings tn New York yest«w
amounted to CIS.2SS.I4>. a decrease from the sap
day a year ago of $10>.7r.\507. All cities ' '^Si
heavy falling off from the correspo^ c* l "
19CC ' _^
' NORTHERN PACIFIC NEW Stoat-*
' eighth payment on the Northern "'. •-•-<: » „
stock issue of »«.•»•.••» falls d':« to-day. X bs»
amount to V --• ••• and. with precedes
I ments. will amount to ... of tne total ea-i
INTERNATIONAL PAPER VtT^SH^t
ISTKRNATIONAI. PAPFK , p»
: DUCED.-The directors of t^•* Ir.t-»rnatW«s»^.
per Company have declare,', n quarterly 'fiMffc
of cne-half of 1 per cent on the preferred si _
, This compares with 1 per cent at the !•"• "^
J ing dividend period. . g
i COLO F\)R CAXAPA.-CoM to tlt« a.mott2»
[ r^Vff* Tvas sh'ppeti yester.tiy to Can.i l-i.
distillers' sec;"ritif:s divides© , Z
1 CHANGED-— Tb« directors of the !>isti!.ery >v -
' curitles <'..rp«ration have det-tirfd ;i a" ;irt^ rl ' #
' Mess] of one-half of 1 per cent. Thi* I* '-* s * - "^
as the preieUtng quarter.
1 BOSTON STOCKS.
a^BMSBSSi by R. L. n«v .< Co.. No. 37 Wa" * xn^ A
S<pt. 20. Sept. .*^> I >f«P* .., li
k Alba
l~.«ton K!ev....«l.ia\ •l.i.V 31 > a l i lie. -la M ..«~» y
CJl*l'»11« ll« |C*m»l«tal Mln ? . o -v
Vluhbur,? pref.. 1ST:: CTi O f per !Un<« M Jr^ ff*
N V N ;; * II I 3»»» «** ;Kr^-A:i:i >l!'i .■■ „'' » .jo*
Oil Colony l*i 1^ I'-rrjn^v Ml^-.-I^ 4
W«t Vim! SI Ky v» - - j Muaa C -n Mln . ■ m
J., .■-< U>.l I'VI !M.->-.;iW4 Kin. «'»
MB--. Bag •■-- s»
«> tf *
Am r-l .4 r CO. ->■■» !-"\ O:.! I*vn "'•■ .■■ Jr jn
New F.njt Te1. ..119 119 fintr.^ Mln r. ;r»
\V T»l A T C*. 7 7 lUtdaci Mln . '» 7?
tj o pr .-f 7- 7.1 I famarart M.r>-- ■' ; j-x
VnS^Sivh .^. .W, Wolverine MU:..t^ »^
.',O pref 2s ■ . 1 * 1 " 1 '"' 1 '.« *'
Arr-.«.11an Mtn... 3', JHI *• pref „. 5
Am rneumatlo. . •". 4' s i' - S •■« ;4,.; 4 ,. J3
.1, rref ii«, ny ■«■••• «••»; i,..; * r »
A'.lanil.- Mln... 17>» KSi •"••» P r "» f j-\ »•*,
Shannon Mliv... ll'* !»•- :'"»••» -»i_--\ i->^! l 3*
ninch'im Mln... _•>< ?2 ! :>t-ed Frnf I - s "
•Aihed. tE» dtvUrad
CHICAGO CLC3INT. STOCKS- jg
American Can prof : - ICUtawa T^^ffS^T.U*
\ • : * kinir
do — f l.r-.!N>.ilun»: Ir|sOU 'L. f '..»*.
C»: * cnlo. C * 1. N>S'gwak«r Cat* D J?::"rt.. * 5 >
CMnni/mwealth Edison, lvii.i .strrvf» etji''» «■** * ..Wtl*
4| Box B*ra pr«t :v3«i:t * Co

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