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Railroad Bonds.
Sound railroad bonds., are among the
best Investments !n the world. They are
held by th« most conservative investors
and the strongest institutions the world
over. They comprise a large part of the
Investment holdings of savings banks, ex
ecutors, and trustees.
We shall be glad to send you a copy of
the sth edition ef our circular describing
43 bend issues of well-known railroads
listed upon the New York Stocrt Exchange.
•Write for Circular No »1.
Spencer Trask & Co.
Investment Bankers
William and Pine Sts., New York
li«r.i»r» New York Stock Exchange-
TREATISE ON OPTIONS.
Mr. Arthti' Cramp. lat« CUt Editor of The Tinier
• r»< ribril "'Option*'* ac
" The most scientific and prudent way
of operating on the Stock Exchange."
Thin irratem althonjch Tery popular on the Continent
•ad !n Amrric*. «• not no well known amongst In-
T^»tor« a* ltd merit* Jortify. . . .
U> bsre Jn«t putiliKhod a new Trparl<ie on thU «nb-
Jprt. whlrh trill he »«nt post free on application to
The Secretair.
London 4s' Paris Exchange, Ltd.
BANKERS.
Basildon House, Bank,
London, England.
Or from any of It* Branches.
R. L. DAY & CO.,
37 Wall St.. 35 Concrc»» St.
NEW VOKK BOSTON
HIGH GRADE INVESTMENT BONDS
Municipal and Railroad
Members New York «nd
Boeton Stock Eirbansee
U. S. MORTGAGE TRUST CO.,
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK.
CITIZENS' CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK.
CLINTON GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
Dividend Notice*.
TO THI HOLDER? OF
NEW YORK * Dam R. K. CO. FOrRTH MORT
GAGE * - BONDS.
JEFIXRSON R.VTLROAD COMPANY M BONDS.
BERT.F.N COrNTT R.AILROAD COMPANY 6%
BONDS.
rnrr R. R. CO. m rovrtßTißi.F. nFTY-TEAK
GOLD BONDS (Sertas A and B) :
Referring to th« previous notices of the Erie Rail
road Company on the eub.iect. the undferplßced will,
until further notice, continue to purcha>« at par
CPCl>or.» due October Ist. JS>OS.
J. F. MORGAN * CO.
October 1. 866 C
REALTY ASSOCIATES,
176 Rerr.sen Street. Brr>okiyn. N. T.
DIVIDEND NO. U.
He, -p- v., 28. 19"".
The Board -' D -■ (on has this day derlar»^ a SEMI
ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF THREE PER CENT, end en
EXTRA DIVIDEND from the ej>mir.£* cl the year of
TWO PER CENT., upon th« t-apl-.al stock of this Com
pany. both payable October 15th. IW*. 1.1 atockt »■« of
record at tie -c«« of business at 3 P. M.. Thursday, Oc
tober Bti . 1908.
HENRY A. FRET. Treavjrer.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
ANN AP.BOR.
VrK ISO? -UTA
TTtiri »••*- in f>p- . J42.3R7 ?4«.5«1
July 1 to Sept. I 4.T5.089 817.8
DETROIT. TOLKTX> 6. IRONTON.
HM«mI !n -•;■ $37,102 $' 217
July 1 to Kep'. -1 3-^5.5*4 454.833
ATLANTIC. COAST LINT.
Mr>n?ti of AuctiFt— .
Numbo.r of mile* 4.533 4.."-v! 4 m
r .i»j «%mlr.c« J1.?7,V>74 91.950.9DT Cl 829 2.'-4
Opratir.p ox)v»r!«o« ... L356.Km 1.71-..7 27 1.610.006
Ncr •wains* • 1218.766 1233.270 J21P.24S
July 1 TO Aup n —
<sro-5 ■■in mi ... |axi7.»i3 t4.oas.isi *.-?. 747.957
Op^rattj^ expels** ... 2.777.5V> 1.480,664 3.103.347
■' SMI --. 2 m-«. *540.0.*.7 $524. ;-:: J644.610
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE.
Morjth ft asajnsH —
JC-srsber cf rr.llee 4.3^ ÜB6 4.065
Grow earnings ...... X3.R4J>.74fi 14.436,454 J3.967.325
©j>»rstin« expense* ... 2,s*i**4 3.1i<«.1«» 2.559.655
Net earnings . Ji.KC.Or- f1.230.2t $1,107,670
July 1 '.-> Ann. 31 —
'Ort»s etrainsr' J7.330.T0S f8.8Ti2.490 »7.«7'>.547
Opera;: r^ «BB«asai . i,657481 8.287.647 &.473.55S
■M anjaji 2 bms 52.302.117 IT 1H firt J2,1f*5,24i>
KAEHVItXE. CHATTAXOOGa & FT. LOriS.
Montis of Aiytust —
?»un.b»r of mile* 1.230 1.2»« 1.196
nrc.B3 eamlnaiJ $K7S.tJIO 5305.-'l« |969.»1
Operatise expenses 680.761 784.180 773.027
"- alma . 6UV.BU (211.030 J1P6.504
CT.«.rgt. IML66S DU.262 14J>,4«9
Sorplus .. S4G.S3S 157.738 $47,035
Jcly i to AUK. 31—
Grou esrnliyr* . »:--■■ t;«i2f»4«i J1.579.77S
Oj*r»tlng expenses 1.350.4j1 1.51.).y:<4 1.45!*.103
Hal ir^T M : -'- J*3B.lf.r. $4i!0.875
CfcsJ^ea 301.»-j<> 30b. JI3 298.938
Purplns 2 months. ... J103.4C8 (130.142 1121,736
NORFOLK i WESTERN.
Month of Aiy^iFt —
?:-,-. •-' of •-.:-• 1."=77 I>7<> — —
Grow farnftvr" J2.507.(v7 J. 3 67. 2» ;«.V,.33r.
Oj«ratlsg expec»es.... 1.481 114 1.!i12.(C> L.585.644
N't 'jrn r^> $1.025.K53 $Ul*sJ»l $1,041,751
Charge* ■<--:.- 425..V41 3C9.673
Purr-!ui . ■---•■ J715.««^ J571.677
July 1 to Auir. 31 —
Grots SBCSdas* $4>7<5.f-21 J5.f«25.«2R ' 57.r,2^.r.7«
Op»ratir.tt asswasaa 2.582.085 5.675.7«>6 4.€.'»1.1«1
- Net earning* 2 -not. . $1.r»54.«r!7 fC.C'.O.r*" <:--■-
Chars*. . »77 7"7 952.747 1.009.509
Eurplns f1.107.050 Jl.3f-7.2i-3 <--.--
SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
Meath cf Auir ■
r,rca eamirirs (8.«31.<37 r.1.454,C7«: JP «r*.lK7
Exp«ise« 6.118. 4C7 r.ttSj66J2 6.019.553
Urn — ■*!■ J3.71Z17f> $3,fi20,n« J3.C35.e34
run 361.666 366.4
Ma kaaaaaa ... $3,430,761 $3,321.65.3
July 1 to Atif 61 —
---.-.- U9.552.043 $22 47« :• • 118.N68.653
JIB! man liMSMn 15.534.220 11.*25.270
N»t aataaaaa VT.6JB.taa 17.M -- * 7 040.653
T»'i«» 610.173 598.636
Ms: warn «7.072 360 $1,757,023
mncne PACTFIC.
Month of A'iaru*'-
Ott*s wmisp ■• ••,•75.471 *7...-.-.}2 14.2 M.821
ETptltM* .. . 3.306.443 4.V--.-..V 3.172.512
Net «arr.:njt» $3.«R!».02S 12.W»2.H>« S3.O4S.2iift
T»x»» ..... " 162.22"
Net Kmm $3.471. KM J2.759.0W
r-,,-^, eansln^.-"-~..t13.725.1M *:» 241 SS7 tl2.4iW.tS6
Evassia <5.494.f8S 55.712 5.256.73S
■ •-.- ►-.■■ - r . 52.230."1« M.IM.TW ' 169.590
-. .. TT tT S9-J 63« 324.845
' St incttrr* $fI.SS».47S 53.83U50
FORT l U-AT>rE A- WABASH VALLKT
Honth r>r >.uiru«'— «"*■ 1907. nianr**
nr"o»« fitrr.lnci. $125..'.«1 J125.117 Inr. $4«r,
Ei^, :if .« **.4m W.« 4" Dec. 3.fi27
Nft »»Tx!njr" $.•*.:«!« ?r.r.."70 In". S4.OM
Jan I "• Atr. 31— '
r,-,, f . .*rnln*s J*TA£37 SSII.W9 lii'-.544 3«s
3lxp«<:«e« 432. 4«5 457.027 Inc. 5.40.
N*t -»rein«» J3G3.7<£: J224.55-' 1ne.J3.5.9d0
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
MSasstssi bjr Cbari»» D. i ■»- ••'• * Co.. No. 23 Droai
stsael NW York, and '•■ ! -- riouts 4th timt.
najalessMaJ
Bid Aiked.l Bid. Aaked.
An Cement B 35^'.I>>h;irh Val H R. «57 SIM
Am By C •«% 43 j^arwlen .I .
. rijnbrla. PteeL.. 34 1 -, MSiPhlia. <"■ jo^ 3l<
O>c Tr of N J. fts €•*'•! do prpf 4 : 414
■ TA*c fit Bat Co. 35 XT.^ rrna II ): Co 614 <;i-.
Kl*c «"o of Am. «•■=» J<> P*nn St#»l C 0... M 53
Kalrmouni -.-. 7 » j «lo pnef. 1i;24 l<'a
G»n A*ph*:t « 7 :Phi!a Kl*c f0.... 10' i 10'<
<Jo pr^f 25 1- ]fhi!a Kj. p Tr... 20U :"<•».
In* Co Of N a 21 - . ---,>. J.)
l*k» Fop Corp.. ♦> •** 1 r -i « Trar-Jor... 4«>*i 4:" 4
•io pr»f H * r > ,T'n Ga* ira.T Co.. *isi, «•• ,
L*hilTh Ms* 80 1 » J«I i vVclsba'-h Co 2S S<J
BONDS.
Am R- cor.v *• M f4ii PWJa Kl*e 4* 7«% 71
Kl«c *?•«•<> 4«.. »1V P2 «'o 5* 101 101H
>• iCm '' 105H 1064 Phil* Co 5# . M »*>%
y>ao It* Hv SB. SO t* + .
SHARP ADVANCES IN SECURITIES VALUES
— • ■ — 1 Actual Sale* I Closlnß.
"hares I Ttifj " "1 Actual Sales | Closing. Shares I Net I OpenlHigh^LowFlnl I BJdJ_Ask_
% LaHls-ChaJmen CO [S I'^l:,' 1 * gSli^aM - S MJS « Uka Brie * So. Pr: ex d.v I*. ."■ " iLLH 10»4 M
300 j *14 lAllls-Chalmers Co I W*| W, WU 104 IJV4 11 .« i^kp Erie & Western. iW- ?17 W* 17 .l* i£
I.WO - V,Al!!*-rhalmers Co. Pr S> 32^ 92 .-» S. , »>* dj, Louisville & Nashville 104_41 >106_ I«CW M*> ' - ll^
13.1C0 •I', 'AmalßHmated Copper 2*M2S m _*> »la 3 m + % Marine pr «fc g% » ; S
1.700 + * American Acr. Cb«a », »» g g* » « soo - % Mackay Companies W ©„ W «,, g" 1 £
100 _ American Apr. Chem. Pr M «~ » : » -^ g^ apo +1 «_ Minneapolis & St. Louis 29 1 »T4 !-] » 2 3
500 4»i > American Beet Sugar 1 !>? Igj 17* X I?? *L |2 : mo . A ,, Minneapolis .<- St. Louia pr.. . 6 t «'i « | -. i ,^ % ~
1.700 -a 4a 4 American Can « «* c^ t , .?2 « «S2 MB +1 M., St. P. &S.S. M ... I 12+ 4 12<:*; 123 V 12»\ wi«
7.700 +2% American Can pr «H IM «'.a. B^4 « gg ■« + » Missouri. Kansas & Texas ■ 30«4 »% »$ gV 31
a.H» -14 American Car & Foundry » , 29;« » I 594 "•.'». -2 _ , Missouri Pacific j»H 64,; g_» gj a
3.400 41* i American Cotton 0i1... \Wk «g 3ofi 3o^ Sj*« &^ **S 4IS •National -• Biscuit !-. » Ui S»*«! f'f »
«• American Hide & Leather pr.. IMi 24U -4«-« 24V4 |2«4 -^ w ; 3 «NaUonal Biscuit pr ' 117 I»• ; "i, . : "A, .i !^'
560 4 % American Ice Securitiea 126 36£ -6 ** J|% -;- , >( +l^*Xatlonai Lead.. I K% |MB% ". ■_• »-; 2, g^ c.5»
I.TCK) - ••! •American locomotive ,46 455, 46 «l « g» - ;Vj _* •National Lead pr S.^SB
16.800 414 •American Smeltlnjr M»» *«% "** «% i.m iw«l »0 _ . New hou*e M& 8 I ■■'- ■% _^ _f«: -f»i -■ •
m H\l j'American Smeltm* pr 10^ 10 I®% « «• V,'- _^ 42S . 4 New York Air Brake |74! 74 j <T4, fc .Mj .«
m - % American Steel Foundry new.. »fc. »J SJ4 »»J» -|^» - 1 ,, , ;, 0 4l * New ork Central 10% MfiW 108% 10<H
250 -2T, :'Anierl.an Sugar 123U,! l»V, w?* uP uP __g» _ joo ♦«* New York. Ont. & Western 4O\| 40J, 40Jj 40% 40% 41
125 -1 'American Sugar pr 12« 12b l» IK 3K m - 1 . «a North American | 624 KSV. W4, ffl«i! C «
:-SS: -SS I - liSSS K^'r:::::::::::: g'^ |? !g* » | g g I«SS ?k^c-a,:::::::::::i iS! ig || § 1 H
«S i: 'I '4SSSS. S«w: »BS| g| , ,;S :,'= KS^SSi"asasa^::::: :p iiiil'l I?
2.10.J , -Atchlpon g* »* J*j %* J© 'aoo - % peoples Gas * Coke M% 94% 94^., ?4W 94!, *
S^^Ri^raniii::::::::: « « J « j £ 7! £SS y ?~' . « |
US : t% 'Canadian Pacific 1T6% I.;'- I^-., lojj J "* 177% • I v, 4., Read n| Ist pr ' t i 87%. , X
166 ♦% Central Leather j 24J4 BM 24^ SJ4 «• JW ti* i.Rep Ü bfi c Iron & Steel 21% 22* B« 22 22 2|V 4
iJn +t5 icteSHMto * Ohio ¥§ «3 40^ 4iij 4iu B.j» ,Rock g^J-"-;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:::; . .
2.9 M -:;t ••'licaim & Alton »»* 11% g« 9»j*fc S Tmo RftßP Mpr " '
1 ♦!* Chicago * Alton pr 1 1 1 1 1 111 pi mm I ; ij <»&«
|-J g iTfg £#I #1 1 i| ii 1
77 -^ -Chlcalo. Mil. & St. P. CUB pr: I*' 13; 130 i4S3i I>l j 150 .£ -I t .bouthern r~i|wov p. ol^ »-.„ "It ••- l
4->S 41% Chicago & Northwestern » ir- » 15S 138, & <;™ =1 ) T^xas & rac"fl? i" S% 24% 24' v 24% 24V, 2T.
631 5 ' tv:^-,0 -^V'w:::::::::: gd ft. &g«»Sh || 1 11 ISS^il I Si ! ISS N «
% | iissi i Jaa^il i Ti ! waaa gj .| :« ™sj| ttffit s«-.-^: sh pp » d
Sls aߣ%ssß&3.i&f » "Si «w aa S*| 88 !»« i: V ™ » lls-S • ::::::::::::: " 'i \M M M ffl a
6.4«f. 4is Consolidated Gas 1472 MS* 14«% lfi«4 147% 148 M M» -> ' r"?, n^v In^lmer. i 29 29 20 » -■ 'I 42
mo i -a, .Corn Prod. Ref. pr. ex div l*.! 74*4 74% 74^,; 74S 74U, 76>» I WO ; ♦« United By. Imestrnen t •" j% | -■• , g 4l 4 , 43
«■•> 4^ Delaware & Hudson 166 168 MB 167T4 1«7% 167% »» 1 L nit edßj. l« estiw nt pr ' 4. ♦ j i
400 4 2 i'DlsUlllng Securities SC^j 30% 30 3W. 30*. 3<H_! ! "W ♦]* l&ittad^BtmtM Leather rr • 115 ITS US' I 11* 11 - '1"
200 : rS;»l>uluth. South Shore A At.... j 14\! M'»! 14% 14% 14W 15 j- ; *■ /'w'^q, ■ Ruhhpr 'h 30 » i *) SO ! 30^ 31
10.800 - ? Erie 2**. » 29% 30 29% 30 : ,' ■ rSlted'ltatS Rubber^ ,»r' WO 109 l"» V* i 1W " 1M
MOO +!■* Great Northern pr IV ! 1«% 130 131% 131% «1« {^ ~r nStld stated So 2d-D?."ffl «S ;M l M ft 4 :' 2 CT
MB +5 "Great Northern Ore otfs j 57% 58% 57*4 iß^ 38 50 h., gg V United Slates Rub ßer Zd-pr 45»i 4.V,' 45« i 4.%? i 43»; 4"i
1.56 4ii, Illinois Central !IS IS9H 138 139$ 189% 140 ».» _ rrSited Itf te« Stetl pr riOS% ISS IW% lOfl >* 10S% lOKJi
UOO -»» Interborouph-Metropolltan I 10% 11 10 ion, 1 10* 10% 2.200 — Unit^ coDoer ... ... ; 4l 3 l 4-'I ■ 41V «T»« T » 41% 42' t
I^BO 41 Interborousrh-Metropolitan pr.. 31% 32% 31% 31% 314' 32 '< ]-^ •v' r -., r Chem ! 32% 33?» 32^1 32%1 S2'^! 03
196 —1 ■ International Harvester 56 M 66 . 1561 56 JBB w — r- - ;! 4 -'^' t- ; v»' - r'ar rh^rV'r.r"e'x' di'v'^J-" . 11 ;, "'llo< 11 o*i 110 " | 1--.--7 110
2.100 -4 International Harvester pr IOC I 19J% MM 103% - - i _» > + - v^ h n ' " »2» 2 k W 2^ l i 26% 26%
300 4ii (international Paper *< 8% 8% 8* -, 9 JOT —Km Maryland il2iU<l2 112 I « 13%
IS ♦2»» llnternational Paper pr 48 GO ;48 50 49% 52 i ?» +1 Western Mariana j fi . fio
5.500 *1% international Pump 24% 25% 24% 25% 25% 25% *** — !w^UnKhou"l Mfc ' >72 i 74% 75 T<4 74% ?♦%
m .\ Internationa! r«;mr> rr MBO 79^ 80 7»M, Ml -. 7mE?. sflate Erie" Ist" pV! fe ? 15%J IT
MO i -^'I^^na^-^chiKan-cUs:::: aS 19% 18% 19% rr 4 19% 41-" Wisconsin Centra, pr ( «] 47 - «6 -: 47 :- « 4,
| M — - 'Kanawhn & Michigan ctls....| 37M. 37% 87% 37', 36 42 '' [wwconsin « piii ai pr
M 6 i - ">» | Kan sag City Southern.... 128!2* ;28 2S | 27% 2* ■' ! I . ' ' ' 1 !
Total salea.for the day. 626.751 shares, compared with 268.146 shares for the corresponding day in l*^- nerlod in 1997
Total f-aies, January- 1 to October 2. inclusive. 133.489,906 shares, compared with kv.00.022 ."hares for the same period in 1897.
'Unlisted. ; rrzr^rzr^TTrr^rr^rrrr — —
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCK PRICES HIGHER.
Heavy Gam in Union Pacific —
Money Rales Easy and Ex
change Lower.
Stock value* moved in th*> direction of a
higher level throughout the greater part of the
day. with the chief Improvement in the Harrl
man shares, Reading. St. Paul. Rock Island
preferred and the Hill issues. Speculative in
terest was centred almost entirely In th* stocks
named, their advances apparently beina; baaed
on an active bull movement, which caught a
larger short account than was supposed to exist
in the market. Union Pacific closed at a net
pain of 4%. Southern Pacific at a net gain of
1%. Reading at a net pain of 3%. Rock Island
preferred at a net pain of 3% and St. Paul at
a net gain of 2i 4 . The movement started with
remarkable strength In Union Pacific, which
■was accompanied by the report that at the next
meeting of the directors of the company an
nouncement would be marie of a plan by which
the company's holdings of the stocks of other
companies would be segregated In a manner
that would grivc a return to the stockholders of
7 per cent m their Union Pacific stock and ">
per cv.t on the new assets company. Probably
the chief reason for the ad vane was the in
formation received by the insiders of a large
short interest in the stock and manipulation
against that account. The improvement in the
leading active shares naturally extended to other
parts of the list, but there was little response
from commission houses and no Important ex
pansion in the pereral dealings. Of the total
business of 629.442 shares, seven issues sup
plied more than two-thirds. There was ample
evidence of pool manipulation, particularly after
the publication of the Union and Southern Pa
cific reports for the month of August. Money
was easy throughout and sterling exchange was
lower.
According to the known movement of money
in the week the local banks have lost $7,697,700
in cash, due in great part to excess payments
to the Sub-Treasury. The loss to the govern
ment Indirectly reflected the interior demand for
funds in connection with the financing of the
harvests, as out-of-town banks drew on their
New York balances in payment of accounts due
to the government, instead of remitting direct
to Washington, using their funds on hand to
meet home requirements for crop moving pur
poses. On the direct movement of currency be
tween New York and the interior the loss was
small, but from now on shipments will be
heavier, and It is not unlikely that in the course
of the next two months the cash and surplus
holdings of the local institutions will show a
material weekly decrease. The drain upon the
banks at this centre, however, will not be heavy
enough to bring about any disturbance in the
money market unless there should be a tre
mendous bull speculation in securities. Current
indications do not suggest the development of
a runaway stock market. While there is no
reason to look for substantial declines from the
present level, there also Is no reason to look for
a movement in values that would carry the gen
eral list to an inflated level. The best market
judges hope for steady improvement In values.
They base their belief in higher prices on the
Btrenrth of underlying conditions, on the ease
of money rates and on the expectation that Mr.
Taft will be elected. There Is a fair demand
for good bonds on the exchange and over the
counter, the position of the bond market en
couraging the belief that the railroads will be
able to float new issues In the near future on
reasonable terms. The railroads need more
money for the resumption of work on extensions
and betterments, and there is no reason why
they should not secure all the funds they may
require for purposes that will Increase the in
trinsic value of their securities.
Railroad earnings are Improving, and while
no great increase is looked for in gross returns
until after the election It is encouraging to know
that the tide has changed in favor of the com
panies. In the last eight months there has been
a heavy falling off in gross receipts, but through
economies in operating expenses net returns
have not made an especially bad showing, ex
cept In the case of a few companies. Union
Pacific for the month of August showed great
improvement in gross as compared with recent
months, the decrease amounting to only $33,042,
while net earnings Increased $681,138. Southern
Pacific made a less favorable showing in gross.
i!.- •!■ - n ase amounting to .Vl.Ol'"-',! 11, thuufe,a
through k ! *' :1 * operating eoonomles th«> company
was able to convert that loss Into a net gain
of $109,078. The results obtained by some com
panies in net earnings are almost too good to
be true.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Fiirnlabed by Eyr & Co., Re. 37 Wall iITMt.)
liilf. I Int. Pay. i Maturity, j Bid. | OOt | Yield.
I . ;
••IVi.. |May • Nov. Mo« . IBS7I at n.kt. j at mkt. 8.1*5
•4-. May tL Nov. JNov.. Ijl7| 10* j 104S a.b6
•*- 5 . M... A Nov.JMuy. I'jCtj at mkt. , at mkt, 3.fc{>
•4S-. May & Nov. 1 Hay. 11*17 j i'<* | lots jj.aa
•4. . . May Ac Nov. jMa>. 1957 iol*i j „,.-. S.W
:4 . „X*y <v Nov.l.N&v.. IMS 101 , 101 it 3.s»j
;* ..|May & Nov Nov.. I9B«| 101 j»l% g.|ft|
I* .. May A Nov.|Nov. MM ; !<<w'-j : 101 ■* . M
• : May* Nov. Nov., ISM »|V» j KH4 ;i.«s
?3H..jMay Nov. May, laM »1H ■.. . , <im
J3S.-|May at Nov. May. 1854| «i'« , 93 100
•■ .. Mar * Nov. mm m* 100', ]<»m '
6 .. May & New. Not.. iv- IOH| I i<w» —
6 ..|May * Nm-.jNov., 1010; 104 ! ie«H | —
■aeaskw. rOeapsa. tltaatatsies\i
NEW-YORK DAILY IMBOHE SATIBDAV. OCTOBER 3, 1W
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. IDOB.
BOND MAEKET SALES.
12900 Japanese 4H« ••' ' . 5«noo Int-Met •%■ ■ Bj**
lOOU do J»0-,i97CO(l do ht ? .
1000 do »•)% 12000 dr. fgH
2000 do 21 . W> ■<■••'•" do ■ IS*
16000 N V C 4s 1957.. 1015 1 29000 di «• .. -
15000 do lol»i|3Btino do ■ •«•
1000 do 4'js 195T , 1000 Int Pap<-r ••-;■■''-;-'
Now 11l 10000 lowa Cent I^t Bs.lJ^Ja
4000 Am Acr Chem .r>s?. r >s? | ThXhi do Rrf 4s . Jo 2
Ir.« Ctfs MS i 10000 X C F B * M 4-. 74
48000 do S*»\ 5000 do ■_■'
140000 do £l : ». 2000 d.-> ,=
15000 do Mi : 5000 do •'>
132000 AT&T Convt | 3000 L &M S Deb 45 U4\i
4 ? 93(4 i 5000 do 4s 1931 »%
10000 do i- ; "- 3000 do j*»»
50000 do . . SVJ'ol 2000 do •}>
285000 do 98 lij 10000 Marine 4~s t>»i*«
13000 Am Tobacco 8a .108% 8000 M & St I. Kef 4s. 78
1000 .Jo I" 1 * i 1000 Mo K«v Ok Ist. .108
8000 do 4.- 74 j 1000 Mo K«i T Ist. 4s. '.'■.• ,
8500 A T & 8 F Gen 5000 do 8 F 44» *-■*
4- 95% 7000 Mo Pac 4s .4-,
1000 do Convt 4b. • »54 15000 do • i 4i 4 . 1
10000 do Court 05...10:<i 4 40<» do ±*i*
ISOOO do 103H 6000 do ............. «**4
21000 do 103% 10000 M& O M Div Ss.llZMi
5000 do SL 4r Rets «5' t : 1000 Mor & i:s Con .s.HJ-4
IW«i do 95 ] .j 8090 Nas El B R 45.. ••• »
1000 At Coast 4»... . 'M\ 1000 N V C Gen 3V>.- J>2>i
2000 B& O Gold 4? . 99% 5000 do D«b 1934 94%
8000 do '■<■'* 1000 do L 8 Col 3^». M
3000 do '••" - -■>«""» do Rfg 82
1000 do •" [14000 N V N H & n
1I«ki0 do Bwn 3'js... V\\\ Deb ts 130
2000 Bkln Rap Tr 4.= . 744 SOW do C.-nvt B%a '■''-
ll««tO do 74% 10000 do ■'- 4*4 *
16000 do 74 : 40<» do . >'*'*
25000 d) 74% i 10000 do *•-«
7i»XRi rio 74% 500 N& W Con 4? .. !«'•
if-OOi.i do 74 2 | .".mo do Convt is 89v4
(5000 Bkln In El Ist. <A>\ ■<»> Nor Pa.: Prior 4».101T»
6IW do Soli ' 2000 do I«>2
KjOOO do . 100 : -■■ 'io Rn S ■ 1 "'-"
2000 C So Ist Kxl os.K'7 L 4 , 10000 do H'-4
23000 do i"7<- 5000 OP L fltd Ref *s. m\
0000 Cent Leather ss. H54 2000 do M%
;■,!).»! rent 1' Gtd 4«. c. 97% 1000 Perm r<jnvt .?4».. ! '' -■
5000 do "" . -■"■■ do 3^s 1015 IH^»
7000 do 974 limn" do •• 044
K.OO C&O G« 4Hi .101% 500 do . !>4H
1000 1 hie ,<;- Alt ;;5... T< 58000 Co Con 4? Rcts.lO4>i
1000 do - 1 -? 714 10(i0 Readlnß Gen 48..100
10000 CA- E 1 Gen sb. 115 20000 do ■ ■-•-• ••%
10000 do I!.""., 4000 do s2OF. P»H
10000 -:■ 116% 6000 do .1 c Col 45.. SV-"»
4000 C I! & Q Gen '- Mi'-I -«0 Rio ("» "W Ist 91
44000 d,, PS si lOOOSt I- I Mf * Ho
WOO d«, 99% Rff <= c "
13000 do Joint ■»- 88*1 2<Vio do G»n ■'■* \i''.'\
12000 do 98% 1000 do .... ■ H<"-»
2.Vi00 do S«S.l t j lOiHl do Xlv & G 4s. 83
2000 do Ti"-n Ply 4(".l< 11 1 » 280>X> St L <<• S F R^f
3pnoi> do 111 Dlv 4a.. 101% 4r- "■'■-*
2000 i . re 2 c Hl 4 i 150000 do 7."> .
,'(i00 do Npb Ext l«. 102% I "i"-"" i "-" do ' 5 %
r,r»-«> do Re . 101' . 2000" d.» «»%
70C^l C R I *• P Rrr 18«OO do "''
4. . R7\i 60000 do .. ... 7C»'i
20000 do . . ... 87% 1 5000 do "«»*
4200<> d.) 35000 d-> . ~<'-«
2000 do RR 4s 71 7 B i.'f>O<X> do 7'"'
!O00t> do 71' ! 44000 do 7«%
Kw'ii'iOO do ... . 72-.1 1 0000 St L Bwn Ist 45.. 92
67000 do 72% | 1000 do '•'-"*
81000 do 72% I I'"" 1 S A * A P4s W»»i
70000 .In ..... ... 72T, i 10000 So Pac Ist Bel 4s . 95%
59000 do 73 ' 6000 do . »'i
LOOOO do - .7; •» 1000 South Rr Ist ss. .101%
20000 do 7.TV, ! IIOTiO do 1014
10000 do Cl Tr .'.« .7! I 1000 do 102
6000 do 71% 13w> Third Aye Con 4s
22000 .-: , 71'- rtfl ''-' «
71i<¥ti. do 72' 4 12000 do 62H
62000 do 71% 1000 do 62
lVifiO do 7:! 6000 TBtLi A W 4e . . 7t>> 4
10000 <lo ~'2\ 200n Uri.-vn Pa-; let 4*. 102%
8080 do 724 1 20000 do 102%
8000 (ir, 7_ « If^vio do 102
5000 .-•■> 7:: ! 10000 do 102%
200<> "*■■- C■• a 31 T. 118080 do Convt 4.» . 97%
Gen 4s . . . fM>H 35000 d-. 97%
1000 Col &Bo Ist 4-. '.'-.•. 7«000 do 9T%
• ■ii"'' do . . 94' ' "■■ " do W4
KOOO do R< t & Ext * I fsiooo do 86%
4V..« . <■''■. 257000 do OS
ft .oo do .' Si;»ill<XlO0 do Ref 48... .. 95%
2000 do srtvi I iV»v> do 86%
4000 Col Ind 5s 744 6000 T ':. R-. of St L 4s. 90%
1000 Col Mid li=t 4- . <;<: injxiOO V S Steel Ft F .*;s.101- a
500 Con Gaa Deb 65.14<">4! LOOOO do 102
20«K> Da R G Con 4s. Jir, | 00<» do 101
8000 Del Clt: Gas r,a.l«iiV-\ 1000 do s^F.T'l\
lOnO Dirt Sec Cor sa. 70 ! 7000 do 5"l 7 .
1000 do 89% I 4 or* Ival c& C 8s.*;:: «s
1000 do <;'.'■■, I 10000 Wfth Rof & Ext 4s BTTi
11000 Erie Convt 49 A. «m ! 25000 do 5S
1000 do fi!»«4isnoo dn .*- .
5000 do . fl!i"7 .-aiOft do SS»,
21"""' do r. .'.:•', 17600 do RS'.j
10000 do .'.'..'4 8000 do 58%
3000 dr. -■»!-,! 2000 Wab Pitts T Is*.. 47
10000 Ft W*ll IS Ist si;v,! 20nO do 4S
.'.r»V> Gen Eiec Deb K5.125 >j 2U<K> "Test Md 45.. 73
2<irin r? r n a -, Deb P... 14" s | 4000 WeatlaCo S F ss. M%,
2nm Hock v Ist 4H5.106A4 3000 do W
2000 Tnt-Met 44s 15000 W Vn Cl TV .'s .. 93
Total sales of bonds. I 570.600.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Th.p following: shows yesterday's clo^insr quo
tattons for government bonds, 'ompnrM -with
Thursday's:
— Oct. 1. — Oct. 2. —
Bi.l aski ; nid. A^k»rt.
T*. S. 2.«. rc(i«t 1930 103 'i !iH 103 >* 104
V. S. 2». coupon. 1030 104 — 104 —
I". P. 3«. reirlstered. 19f* 10O'4 I"V>\ 100«4 K«>^
t\ P. So. coupon. inns 101 HUH 101 lOlVa
T". S. 3s. Bmal] hondF 100 — 100' i —
V. 8 4«. r««totere4 USB.. 121 121 121 121 H
C S. 4s. coupon. laM . 122 — 122 —
Panama 4.«. registered .. .102% — 102H —
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, Oct. 2. 4 p. m. — market for Amer
ican securities was dull and heavy. Last quota
tions follow:
London New York Www Tork
clo»» equiT»lenl close. Chang?*.
Anaconda . • 4*%. 44 : — *»
Atchison O'lH f7% SI%
Can Pacific 1«2 !77 1 * 176»* 4- H
St Paul . IS"* mm 1 * 133*^ + %
Eric . SO*-; 2»S 29H — \
do Ist »ref 44 1 * 43 43' i — >*
Illinois Cent 142 13S<» us 4- V.
Louis i N'a«h 108 IM\i _
N V Central lO6'~, Ui3»* 10,14 + %
P«>nP!>ylvania 82% L22«i 122U — *»
Reading . M»* 127\ i;<! -_ '«
Bo T'a Ifle lOS K-2>» i"2 l » _ «t« t
i"a r» ln> .. Ill", I.'.PW i-pij,
LTL T 8 Steel 41'» 15 >« 4, ,'» — 1.
do ri»f 111s !<•««» ii* — s
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET Call money In
London, i'--. per cent;; open market discount rate
for short bilK li per rent ; Ions: hill?, l*i per rent
Berlin discount rate 3 per cent. Paris discount
rai<\ ll 7n7 n per c-^nt. Purls exchant;** on London 23
francs li centimes. Derlin »xch«inpe on London,
20 mark;- ".- pfennigs. Har gold. 77s 20% d.
FOREIGN SECURITIES— BriU<n consols for
money, S3S-K i»-r cent; for the account. i-:t;.
French rentt-«. W> franca TT'i contirnes.
BANK OF GERMANY WEEKLY RETURN.
Berlin." Oct. 2.— The weekly return of the lm
perlal Bank of Germany shows the following
changes: Cash on hand decreased 137,416.0f*> marks
loans Increased 96,fiQ4.00y marks, disfrounts increased
SK.CBt.OOS bum ks. Treasury Mils eased C0.441.m>»
marks, notes In circulation ■ Increased 4;;0.3r9.<> < )
marks deposits decreased 1i0,877,U00 marks.
IMPORTS OF DRYGOODS.
Importa and marketlaas of dryi is thin week,
with comparisons, were ns follow*:
'I hi» »e*k. l^si't •'•<-!< ]/rwt yrnr
Total Import* . 12.441. 169 I2.TAB.RM »3.453.«C3
Total marketing* 2.M3,ie3 I . »T M? 3.MQ.&9>
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales and th«
closing- quotations for stocks In which there wer»
no transactions yesterday on Uia New York Stock
Exchange:
Last Closing, ! La»l Closing.
sale. Bld.Ai I ?»!•'• BiJ.Aak-d.
Adams Ex.. 173 111 — IK CFS&M pf • ■■' •- - 60
•Am B 3 pf 77% — 82 iKeo A L> M. 6 3 «
ACft F pf.lM 102H 103 do pref 2.V.* '-'• *>
Am C0a1. ..120 12" 150 iK. I '■{ C pf. i: "> 47 ••"
Am C O pf. U2 9U 924 I* Cas d( . . '■"•' 75 ll " J
Am 1) Tel. 20 — 3S» 11. 1: A- \V pf. 18 40 45
Am Exp . li.v, 192 215 |I«ik« ?Isorp. .300 270 —
•Am Gr T. 7" 4 1% 8 . .-.* Island. 38 88 44
Am ii & L 4-, 4 ! a 4%|Marine ..... ' '¥. "*
•Am LJn... 10% 104 114,.\!.i k «.'o pf. 87% 674 70
•d pref.. ■±;' J 214 24-, Man Btai-!i.. - ♦ 2 d
•Am I>j pf.1014 102 104 [Manhat E1. .136 134 138
Am Malt... 1% 7% 8 Mr! Coal t.. •■" 75 —
do pref... 47 4S «> |»M St Ry . . . 25 23 2&
•Am si pf B Mi"i B0 S'lTiiMex Cent... 134 154 l-«i
Am Snuff.. lS3 180 200 Mich Cent.. — 108 135
do pref... 97% 92 874|MSPASSMpM47% 14.1 148
An 90 F-iy 9 — B^|M K*:T j f e3' 4 «4 •Mi
do pref... 41 — 48 ; Mor & 1>...W.)\ 1-1 180
Am TftC. 70 M 71 Nash A: 0h.. 110 10S 115
•Am W pf. »2 m 91 NBa Hip.. »4 '-*'* 1"
Ann Arbor. — IS 30 [ d,. prel . 77 76 7!'
do pref... — — l'K> |N B -.; Mpf .'.l B0 524
At Coast L. 87 8S 88« dv 2d pf.. 17% 16Vi 174
B & O pf.. 86% WJ v»> jNew C Coal. 43 35 M
Beth Steel. 21 20 2-'4|N V '&?; L 34% 35 3.S
do pref... 46% 4K4 :.o j do Ist pf.. 88 88 100
Bkln VG. 140% 13» 1 144 ] do 2.1 of ■ . 72 68 74
Brunswick . 12% 11 4 !2">s S V Docs pf 74^ 70 75
B b ft P.. "•-• 7: «v (N vi.ft W. — 122% 130
do rr.f 105 102 — iN TAN J T. 116 114 1174
Butterick C. U'4 is 20 |nyn y NH&H.inS', 1384 141
«'an So.. 65 62 67 Nor & W... IIS '- 7*
c* s A T.1»44 — 110 (. <3o pref -.--"
Cfti: I pf.115 — 15 I jOrit Pilvfr... 4 4 44
CH & Q ..228 11/> 2SO I fa. Coast... 68% 64 66
COW pf A2B '-V-, 274 l o In Pf-- W » 1""
do deb.-" JO"; M a d» 2d pf . . *> 65 10>)
CI & L pf. — 4ii M FVo & X 1*.4 13 £8
CM&StP ;•' 152' 150 138 p c cast l 734 74 75
C « N«' 200 200 220 do pr*f. ... H0 90 1«6
<• StPM«tO.I3S 1: " 136 Pitta Coal. 11 11 I
do pref. . . IB»% 165 165 1 d,j pref.... SS 41 4.>
Chic T Tr 3 T> 0 Full P i'ar..W, 1M 163_
do pref... 1-' 12 15 | Quicksilver 4 Vi *»
Chic U Tr. 3 : 24 3 1 do pref.... 14 I =»
do prff... ll'i iot a li ; : R R 8«a .. 90", 89 91%
CCCAS Lp« 98 '••; *>7V,"Ry Stl Sp pf H»}4 W f IH
CF& Ipf o<> .'-•> 7r> [Read M pf.. 83 55 m
Consol Coal 90 HO - |l: WA O- 114% 118 125
Corn P R^-f 18 17' 2 IS Rot Ti <V pf 25 23 2a
DL. A W -■"• 500 MO IPI.ftPF Ift pf •"■' .->1 .*>2
DftH 0 . 27% 27 28 ! d t . CAEacfsl2s lir. JV>
rio pref *7 «-"> 68 I do ''•- pf. — — I**
DM&F Dl 4 .7 14 ! do rtfs new 60 50 GO
Pet i; RR 38 38 39% ■-' lit Bwn. 1»% 1« I.'i
*D SS&A pf 23% 33 24 I do pref. . 44", 444 44%
Erie Ist pf. 4:u* 4.t> 2 43 3 i;?°ars-R pf . . KO'» ~. , ;^
do 2,i P f..344 .14H 85 iS-SS & T Ff.Ufl P«'» l'> 2
Ev & T 11. 62% 5R W IT&PLT.. 69% 60 73
do prof .. .84 78 100 T Rya AL. 8 . 8
Fed "VI I 3 7!>4 t:- 96 TORT S5 S7 f>O
do pref ! 7ft 7rt 85 L" B& P pf . «O sS>i 6O
•Fed Pur pf 94 :'■! 96 !Vn C M;'sr pf 93 P0 95
lien Ch >--. •'- M 54 rSCTPAF pf 71% 714 72%
do pref... '•<'■•'-? I»U 96HJC S Exp.... *.. '" 2
Gen El C 0.137 138 142 \*V 3 I^ath. 12 -- 20
C.ranbv M.IlOl W 105 | Tl«*« '•' « 10
Hay El Rv 81% 314 34 | /J; pref.. . 2.. 24 -<<
Ido _ pr .' - 71»"» - - 80% IV»I■C •ft C 56% 57 f.9
Hock Va ::« S Sr. ! \Va^a^h .... 12% 124 12%
"do prof... 83 SIS »> Well— F Ex.SWJ 27.-. son
Homeitake >f> 8« 91 Y\T Mf X Ist pf 83 8-1 100
Ire-R Co '7" 7«> — W & '• F. X 8 »4
do pref/. 544 00 - do V\ P' . . ■> '' I"
•Int rower. 31' s — SO Jwis Cent... 27". 264 -'4
lowa C pf.\ HS 374 38 I
•Cnli.-tf,!.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
.MONET MARKET.— Money on call opened at 1^
per cent; highest. 1% per cent; lowest, Ui per cent:
last loan, 1% per cent; closing. IVi'Qi'-a per cent;
ruling rate is per cent. Time money was extremely
dull, limited demand and plentiful supply being the
market's characteristics. Rates. 2%,QVii per cent
for sixty days. 2%@2% r p r cent for ninety da:-
3U@3V» P«r cent for over the year and 3*&03% per
cent for six months.
Mercantile paper was sold only in small amounts.
due to the light demand. There was not a great
deal of high-grade paper on the market. Rates.
4 per cent for sixty to ninety days' bills receivable.
4tHVi Per cent for four to six months' choice single
names and V-, :.'u per cent fcr ethers.
FOREIGN EXCHANGK.— The foreign exchange
market opened steady, with cables quoted at 4.s»V!j««?
4.8^',. demand sterling at 4.5C20fi4.85 1 . and sixty-da]
bills at 4.8480®4.85. Short trans were 6.15% less 1-16
and short reiehsmart 95 B-16@$S 3-16 plus 1-32.
The market was again heavy, demand sterling sag
ging 10 points to 4.5615. hut became steadier around
mldaftornoon. In the afternoon cables were quoted
at 4.9640it4.&t>4: demand sterling at 4.8620&4.86 1 . and
sixty-day bB 4.MD0Q4.85. Short francs held around
6.1614 less 1-16 and short reichsmarks 95 6-lS©96 5-16
plus 1-32.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty Jays. Demand.
Sterling *•«» *•".
Germany, reichsmarks •*.» .fs 1 *
Paris, francs 5 iS^ ri?i
Belgium, francs a-20J» J-.lfS
Fwftxerland. francs 8.18% f '' 4 .'
Holland, guilder* *<>•» •■ '»
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— BOBtoni lS^3c dis
count- Chicago, 35c discount; San Francisco, sight
We premium, telegraph ■-'•*" premium; New Or
leans, commercial sO'uTsc discount, bank $1 pre
mium: Charleston, buying, par, selling 1-lOc pre
mium; St. Louis, Be discount bid, 5o premium
asked.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York, exchanges $333.
151 <•"<) balance? $19,772,463: Chicago, exchanges
$42 101767. balances $3,293,287; Boston, exchanges,
$38i512.219.' balances 43.12*5.436; Philadelphia, ex
changes J35.819.40i balances $U171.555.
SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver, 6H4& Mexican
silver dollars, *& . Bar silver in London closed »t
23\d, decline l-16d.
GOLD PREMIUM Madrid, 11.70; Lisbon. 16 25.
MEXICAN EXCHANGB-^-MexJcan exchange on
New York quote I at 2.01 V
GOVERNMENT RECKIPTS.~Custom3 receipts
reported from Washington, $1,017,474; internal reve;
nuo receipts; f375.621); miscellaneoua receipto, $IW,
a*3. Receipts for the day, &230.067; expenditures,
$2,463,000. Ueceipta for Ihi month to date, (4.021.&9;
expenditures, $^510,000; excess of expenditure*, $Jis,
161. Receipts for the fiscal year to date, $149,805,7*1;
expenditures, $183,658,479; excess of expenditures,
«?3,&50,C88.
Sl'ls-TUI'IASfUY.— Th«« Sub-Treasury was debtor
to th« Clearing tlouae $813,111
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
«I"urnl*litd by Van Schalck «; Co.. No. 7 Wall street.)
in Atkcd.l Bid Aaknd.
f nit.-.l naliway. lo I'iHh'oiton l>urk 4 ! » ."»
da Income*.. .- ."2 rc«i .10 inrcmrs 2u a
do 4s 83»i M Norf Ity a i. B». l»i VS
1; B * 0 V T. . :i « I Ujrhi A r oral . 7<» 7.1
do Incomes •■» 1« I >l« 4^l* »l t>a
.lo l«t« *1 ** I Cbiiii City lly .'.... li») ltift
S»nboant ii >» IChan c\, n Eleo *■■ h» Ml
da l«l prH ".<• 33 1 "oat Trust i«2 I«M
do 2-1 pref 13 l>\ t'nlon Trim eu . .;•_•
<!., ■»!■ 33% r --" Third Nat Itank.ll.% l»
«1n lo y»ar •••' • tU% I*l■■ ■11 r . fi l>^p..l^i» i^<»
Consol Oap — I"-"* I Mnrylatvt Tru»t.. — H
cii 0» I<»3 lO3HIN«ir Cent By 06 »U
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Speculation in the market for outside "purities
■Towed no recovery from the dulness which ; «*;
in th* last week, although prices as a rule were
decidedly firmer, In sympathy with the stock^mar
ket. Heart? all the leading mining stocks * "*™
fractional improvement-, but the volume mof busi
ness, aside from ■ few of the low priced issues. _*.<*
light. Boston Consolidated Copper. Butte CoaU
Won. Nevada Consolidated. Nlplsalna- and lU Rone
Consolidated were strong. North Bump Extension
Consolidated Arizona Smeltlnic. Trl- Bullion and
Dominion Copper were heavy. The last » *' l
showed Httle change -on the appointment of a re
ceiver. A3a 3 this was generally expected for more
than a week. The specialties ruled steady. Stand
ard Oil improved 3 points. Bay State Gas was In
fair demand around 2.
INDUSTRIAL.
gar. " 1 < sri ">f : ' : £r 53J
, inu. , wit. «at. , -■»■»
27.0001 Bay State Ga5....! *1-Jf 2l i« J, T *| |'*
■JiO Con Ry I S Paper, i -Vi*\ \ » »» ! ' *
90, Standard Oil .... i 63" j 625 , 62W I 6-V
SO] United fluar I 404 l 404. 40H 1 4»^
' / MINING. _____
Shlr^] " ; Open- 1 Hl h-[ I-**- I L«_t
sold. , 1 Ing. 1 -!"^— !—^— - sal- •
600 Argonaut Con.^l.-J 2*» 2*»! 2**^ ,? *
3.500. 'Banner i ''• »' JJ % t "
1.000 Boston Cr»rp" r ... 14 ' 14 ' m 1*
1.,-KJo Branch Mint i • , 4 . • , J,_
250 Bl <"r.l cr.pp»r...i *4i «4, •-» „? *
700 Butte Coalition .. 244! 26 ;| -» » -»
300 Butte aNY .. j l'» 1?» '*■♦ • , ■
2O,CO»; 'Cobalt Central .. 41 4i 40 . 40 *. 41 %
200 Colonial Slhrer ... * * * . "
4.000 'Combined M« L »^ '» •„ •''... }±
2^'» comlin Fravti>n..,?l 27 $1 39 91 R *1 J*
4USOO -'on Ariz Sm«lt..| 17 | 17 , 1^ ; 2 ■
ano 'Copper Crown .••;<» .. 49 ' «9 !.- 1?
l.«M0 Crown Reaerra ...Jl 75 $1 7.> $1 ••} fl »,
1.200 (^umb-Kly I ~\ . 7*j .',.* .', 4
1 M x, D-D Cop Ist In pd 2*»; -3 -**, "7
3.'*» Kom C«PP"r ; 13-l«j tl I 13 I** s «
200 ray Central .... I *» ! "* , ,* _,*
100 El Ray.. 33 1 * »* 3* ■ »'»
MOjEly Wifh j <»"•.■'
KM> First Nat Coppor. . i <»4 J • 1 J*. •„
2i»l Florence ..... 3»»! •• '-» ■* »^
500 •FUrn Creek C 0». 15 , » | l.» »-
<somSm cob*'*"l 5 I^s ij-il •* £*
jgiassssa^S s« & !•% »6J
.1O.> : Greene Gold SI ;' JSj _*» ( ":»
1 000 'Greene GoM-Sllv.t 124 124 12> 124
500 do pr»f i "* % >} .- ;
3.100 'GreenWr Cop Ban .1 «4| T. I «*?
7<X> Indian Va! Con»ol 4 : i 44 i 44 1 M
s.^: :^ n^ T c^oi::: 6 7-16J «s;« v «i «w
.100 Maaon Valley .... 1 - t - [ _J o r
4'-> •McK-Darra?h ... J>o ««- 9» . »■_■
IS9 Mcx Exp: &■ Mln.. 7'»! 7-17 -1 T •
900 Miami Copp-r .... 3«S 304 If* 10H
ano Micmac Mines ....I 24 1 24 24 1 24
200 Mines C*> of Am.. I 1 7-lUJ 1 7-1* 1 7-16 1 .-16
700" «Moos« Horn I M ! 82 I 51 -..
300 Mont -Shod ! 1 ■ _* „'•
14.700 'Montea of C R-- 27 30 2. , : =»
l5.O0O|«No Butte Kxten..{ 1« I 1* , 14 1*
asm --- ron Copper..! 10% I«SH 15S l« l i
I.SOO Nev T'tah M*:S. I » I 3 2 15-16! .1
- ~,. v v Cod l>a.->in«r..i 1 (> ! 104 1« , l'>'-»
I,'oiKi Nipisning- M C 0... 9»* «*• 84 84
«.-rf>'Old Hundred ■ Vi I 4| V .J
7.V1 Precious Metals ..I IS IS IS 'H
1.100 Rawhide ' 29 27 25 ' 2.
1.2«0 iearrbl't M * M. Ml 4 '$? 14 «1 12 $1 12
100 silver Que»n $115 $1 1? $1 M «1 1", ,
7*> Stewart ' 11-16 «4 11-1* 1
ano Sup & Plttsburtr. . 1 134. 13»» 134 l-^s
2no'Tonr> Belmnnt . ... $1 27 '$1 27 $1 27 »1 27
2fio Ton--. Extension . . I 62 i «2 ' 62 ', «2
Trl Pnlllon ... ' 15-1« I.V-K 1 IB 16
ISO Trinity Copp»r ... 1 5: » 1«4! 3«4 ! I*4
I.V) Tuyra P«v pref. . . 2S ! 2S ' 2*« ; 2S
T-niiM i>ipp»r .... • 11U! lUsl 11U 114
', 1 2^t •T'nlted Men I 22 ! 22 22 ' 22
1 (WO Trail <;*-'• ' 67*4! 6741 674; «T4
1.000 ken Odd M ! 441 4V, 4414 9-15
UNREGISTERED STOCKS.
I _ . 1
Shares' I Open-. High- Low- I Last
soM. .' I in?, i en. ! eat. f sale.
j _ — _ »
ion I 'Atlanta. QoldfieM. 1 2341 23 l i 23HJ 234
SOOl'Blu* B#H i B T -a' 5H| Stt 3*%
MM 'Gold Bar I 4 j 4'» 4 ! *'~i
6.ooo! 'Red Top Iywslcg-. 18 | ISV 19 i 18
| i
BONDS.
hares | Open- Hitch-! Low- ! Last
sold. I I ing. | eat. j sal | aaJe.
3.ooolTld»water flrj, notes; W T * 99%] 99"»! 8* »
I , . 1
• •?<•'> cents per share. tOdd lota. JEr <JlTld?na.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
• STOCKS.
Share* ; i Open- 1 Hl*h- '. Lew- | Last"*
t * oH - ' I In?. !mi : eat. I Ml*.
4.7<Y>!Ama copper ... • 7;». T." 5*5 * 74 I 75N
70, Am Car & Fdy . . . ?,»•* ' »t, S»H | 39*
370, Am rotton OIK. : 35 * 4 i SJM| .v-\ 35-?,
2O ( American Ie» ....i W%\ 28 5 »i »« **>5H
2W>,Am Locomotive ..| 4«H: 45»* 4<i' ! 451,
11,370|Am Smelting- ' 544 M BSfJ S5 T ,
W' Am Sugar 131 | 131 131 131
270 Anaconda Cop ... 43*; j 44 T «j . 43% 44^
320' At Top & 3 F.... S7' ***,] 87% RSH
380 Bait & Ohio . 83 • ps\j f>:\ JW4,
4.o2f>;Brook RapTran.. 47'%! 49S'i 47S 49
3OJCan Parlfk-. 17«", [ 1774 17«% | 177S
IRO.Ch»a * Ohio ' 4A 1 * ' 4 Hi ! 4"-» : 41 1*
4 74" Chic Mil &St P.. : 134 ! 13«'-» ; IS3', 1 13«
W-OlCol Fuel A Ir-r. . S4S 35H; 34' i' 39
40; Colorado S ntheni 48%] 4>"> s »! 4"-« 40%
240 Plst S«»curit!~F ...; "•"> | 304: 30 i ?O',
1.4401 Erie ... j 29m »^»i 294 30
420: Great North pf.T. 13t>«i! 131 7 % J 129 « I 131 s i
220 Inter-Met j 11 I 11 : r> [ H>»,
3SO do pref 31'» 32»i 31«il 32 1 *
.TO Louis & Nash ... I'M-* 105^ ll>4 v ti V<n l 3l 3
2O|Mo X & Tex 3O*i 31 .WV4 ! 31
22 1"'1 "' Mo Pacific 84 | 54H! MVi 34
960 National Lead ... *:T«: T « I S3S i .■2%! 534
170 S V Central . ... | 1034) VH\ 1034* 1044
301 N' I Oat & West.! 4O«i[ 4-> T »f 4O\ *•>'-,
6301 North Pacific . . ! 138 137 \\ 136 137 '-•
220 Pennsylvania 1 122 I 123 121% 12.1
50.720 : Reading . ... i 127S ISI% 127S m',
, 10 RepubllJ Steel pf j 7SV 7-' 4 78 V Jfl l *
IflDßod Island j IP4! 2OH | I»4| 20
4.400 Rock Island r' . . . 1 41% 454. 41* 4.^H
7.321I 1 Southern Par ... ! 1024 104% 1024! tO4S
.-,.. Southern Ry .... i 21 «4 214' 21 U I 214
3O T«nn Ooppt . ; 41% 414; 4"« 41
2OT*xas Pariflo .... I 24H! 14% 24% 24.
4©.Blotl*nJon Pacific 1 190 I ISBN l-"8 »i 163H
20' f g Rubber I B»% ! ■•*■'« ! »)S : 3O a »
fifi9o:r - Steel ; 4.V* 45% 45H! 4.-*«
2{M) do prtt ! 1064) lOtt'i! 1084 \ 100
132. Ton 1' sales.
MINING.
Shares I ! Open- ! Hlph- ! Lo-w- ! Last
eoli. I ' Ing. I est. I SSL ' sale.
300! Atlanta [..2341 .234" .234! .234
300 Best .* Belcher...: .41 i .41 I .41 .41
SO fßatopllajif Batopllaji | S-iS \ 5.50 I 3. 50 i 3.W
I.ooo 'Blue Bell I -0T.4; .05% | .064! .'* l 3l 3
40»">i Brunswick J .03 j .03 , .OS .«•
COo'comb Fraction ... I.M | 1.28 J 1.28 i I.M
40>Vi Confidence I .45 J .4." ' .43 j .4R
3C>O' Cracker Jack ! M .' .OS .'« ! .«>3
20i)iCon C*l & Va 1 .78 . .70 ! .7" ; .7-»
2VIOEI Paso ! .39 I .M i HI j SI
-.■" r E3ktoa I *•"• ! ■*■■•*• ! ••"■ . .««
100 Florence ' *-♦» ! 3.40 3.40 I 8.4S
lOO'Goldftold On ... 5.75 ; 5 T.I S.IS ) 5.7.'.
BOO[Ooldfl*W Daisy •-! -78 I -7t> ! .7» ; .7S
20! Isabella ■ ' .-" : »' ■-' *' -274! -274
800 Jumbo K.i ..., ! .SB ! .35 1 .33 : .35
3f pO ' Macnamara. .... .<W I .65 X.*> .«5
2-1 Mexican .73 I "" ! '' I .75
3>iOiOphlr . ! 1.85 J l.»> ] 1.80 ' I.W
1.000 l Pharmacist -«34 .«34, -034! .n«4
250|Tonopah Ext .... .«W4 .••% .*»'» -««4
6CO! Tramps Consol ...( -I«4| -1641 .I*4: .1«4
7,890 Total 8al*».
WHEAT.
Sales. 1 : Open- ! High- I Low- I I.«st
bush. I 1 in«. I Sal ! eat. I «ale.
25.V0001 December option. . $1 CO $1 004! 00<4| 09 H

BANK STOCKS.
(Rerorted by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wmll atr«*t.)
Bld-A»ked.l eta Aji^j.
America 823 535 ■ Jefferson . 170 180
Am Exchange. 250 2.5 | Liberty .. 600 -
Altria National 175 I*3 Lincoln 4A3
Bronx Borough 3Vj — Manhattan Co!! 290 30»
Batten Park.. 119 m Market * Ful.. 240 250
Bcw*rn 320 835 Metropolis 375
Bryant »Park.. 150 - Mechanics' .... 250 W>
Butch 4 Dr.v. 150 155 Mercantile 124 3
Coal & I Nat. 215 225 Metros; 'tan ... 1624 1*74
Consolidated .. 120 130 Merchants" 160 165
Century 170 155 Merchants* Its I*3 «70
Cha#e 240 — Mount Mbrri*. . 2nn
Chatham 800 305 Mutual . 2*5 "!<v»
Chemical . . 410 420 Nassau SM * —
Ol t Cent Nat.. 149 154 Nat Copper 220 224
City 300 310 NTXB A. . . SM 310
<"he:sea Ens . 200 — x v County fciO _
Ccmmerc* l>i« i«a New Nethertand 2<v> Jte
Colonial IS! _ Nineteenth AVI -- .vm
l'i>!aaiMa . 4"« to Nlcht & Day... — 3M
Corn Kxrhange SIS 325 Northern Nat.. iv. —
I-ast Rlrer I^-5 I3S Parlfl.- • ..< 3se
Fidelity 149 175 Park «2i> 4.W
First National. 700 — *>op!«»-» 535 .Tuft
Klfth «atli sal 3t») a,v> PhenU 1M 1«>
Fifth Avenue. .3,800 — (Maia . eM 623
Fourth Nat 200 203 Produce Exch. . 1M —
Fourteenth St. — r.r. 1 Sh»rman 131 —
"-.ailatln . 320 333 ,S«>abo«rs2 3*O SB*
<!arfl*M 2>5 _ SVcond 3.V> —
German a .. ; g 145 State 225 —
Herman Exch. 475 600 Twelf-h Warrt — *»
Crmanla ...500 — Twenty W 1"O —
t.reenwloh .... 250 2tCT Union E»ch«n«e 173 —
llnnover 475 4K Wasfcln«ton His 230 —
Imp A Trad... Th4o m* n«« sid« 60rt —
Irving Nat Ex. 173 183 YorkrUU 400 423
COBALT PRICES IN TORONTO.
(l-urnlshed eaa taneatei dally by Stewart A Lock wood.
No. 43 Exchange fUr« >
r, -„ .Hl!. Hl! - Ask«l.j HU Asked.
t'ltv f«• "k". ttm l3 "° McKiale] Dar.aFea $103
vn?2 l lAke ■• R lIU * 21 Nl;i«»ln« ....»» B «=^
xO KE*Bo c .
** TRUST CO. c >>
us fimi ate., roHtfß 11TH st.
M B'war. !•• W. 125 th St. 3d At*, • tU;?,
\ PARTY OF EXOU3H AND SCOTCH rWT^j^J*
arriving New *•* <>:.■. p»r a ■ IjiWrtrtT
would Ilk* to be Joined by ©ih»r» In ce«l mints* pibSH*
tlon» in tb« We»t. Addr»s» .<«. D.. Box 45. -«-. - x
Tork Tribun*." New York City. . "
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN" TRADING. — London »old I**,
share* In the local market. According to « w ,
dispatches foreign sentiment in bearish an Aiaar.
lean *tocks on th* theory that Bryan may fc,
elected. The general London mark*' •»•»» 1a,,.,
tlve. Money wa.«« easy and no Chang* **» r ,_
ported in discounts. At Paris securities ■**%
higher.
BANKS LOU MONET.— Th- r«-r«>r?»«| :-©»•.
ments of currency tali veal indicate * loss 131 3
cash held by the banks of IT.SVT.TQO. of wbaas
th» greater part tt«.h paid to tfc* "-"as^*
Th« banks received from the lnt-rfor | *;»,T»e'
and sent to the interior S^.ISI^OO. of which I* I**.1 **.
000 to Canada and 11.445.000 national ban* r.otust*
Washington for redemption. The low to ''*>«> sa,
terior was $2,205,700. Receipts of _. w gold*^,
$1.9<)9,<>00, f^f which ll.0il.30f) on »*r I -< Unt
oftV* cbeckA $417,300 on San Francisco ffitet
checks and H39.500 on Seattle assay offlr* ch%;i^
Ordinary disbursements by th» Stib-Tr»aau-7
were $19,353,400. Payments by bank* to the
Sub-Treasury for enstoms. Internal revenue. 5 p«r
cent redemption fund. etc.. were $25,757,009. 7},,
loss on Sub-Treasury operations proper vru |-.
337.500. The total loam to the interior. $1,203,739
and on Sub-Treasury operations proper, $7,337!
600, was $3,607,300. Deducting the gain by new
gold of $1,303,600. the net loss was $7,537,739
The loss to the interior was smaller than the
loss in the two preceding we«ks. This ««a dae
chiefly to the falling off in th*> shipment* to
Canada. Receipts were chiefly from nearby n&
Eastern points, with some good a.--:'-'U.".-.a frtra
the West and South on mercantile account Siip.
merits, however, to these sections w«r« aj^eii
larger than receipts. The net loss to rr 1-*1 -* -.z'rr'.nr
for the w»»k !s much smaller than la Ike corre
spond) ni; weeks of th« four prece«Jsng yearn The
IO3» on Sub-Treasury operations proper ,^
partly due to transfers of Internal r»verj':<» coll*},
tlons for correspondents.
BUSINESS OUTLOOK.-Fisk * Robinson, i,
th«>ir monthly bulletin, say: a;: th» <svi?»nr^ 4^
rect iind indirect, ■which has accumulated durta*
the quarter Just ended bears witness to tivi co
tini;»d and even accelerated progress made in tt»
complete restoration of business. The »ta.tlat!e»i
data, which reflects real conditions— r.ot hope* 3^
beliefs— is conclusive on thia point. Bank cleart^o
have reached now the figures of September. apt
Our internal commerce for 1308. as a whole, la sui
ing good progress toward -qua.. 5 that of Ear-
In a few commodities even surpassing it. Th» &.
crease of id!» cars has lately become BMra carte!
—the low point being reached at the dose of 3(y.
eaaakeK In the iron and steel trades ?<>rre tuN
stantial orders from th* railroads, a.- well as frorj
foreign institutions, are being booked, Bad a'tbocyi
expansion is retarded by the curtailment of th»
railroads' resources, it nevertheless continues. th«
gain for the quarter being greater rr-.an fbr «ay
previous three months •■>• the year. The sinronat
of building throughout th<» country r»<;u!rfny
structural mater of a!! kinds ha? gr?at!y fa
creased. The copper production f.->r August m
99,013.700 pounds, the record for th» year."
GRAIN EXPORTS FOR THE WEErC-B^2
street's reports the exports of grain for th» week.
with comparisons, figrj-es In bushels, as foHcnrs:
Wheat, flour included. «.«73.£3. «*%.-•- teaUeHel
week and 4.73!.9rj0 in this week last y»ar; flea!
year to date. 32,U£12T compared with 43.tii>J3 ta
the corresponding period a year ago. Cera. lisa,
contrasted with 63.382 last week Bad CB.J7* In -jaj:
for the fiscal year to date. taUM compared wtti
15.028.390 In the same period :ast year.
COPPER TRADE CONDITIONS.— WaIter * «j>
per letter says: "Copper continues dull, but tfce tost
of the market is a shade strong--. Lake is CH
cents to 13*4 cent 3, and electrolytic 13% cents to
13^i cnts a pound. At the same tbiM sa>s of car-
Ing copper are reported at IV± cent*. Some cap
per is being sold at th» prices quoted, but infralr!«
from consumers are few and far between. Mar.-;
facturers are watching th<» poetical sftnatioa.
Everything favorable to Republican success seesa
to inspire them with aai co»jrag» arid to cvs*
them to buy a little copper. Ir 13 good optaion »
the trad» that the election of Mr. Taft will be •'»
signal Mr the placing of large buying orders, ad
that the njarket supply w!l! be rloan«>d up tptt
quickly. A lot of bearish rumors ar* being crrc
lated. One of thes* is that th» «ier:eral SJecto
Company has purchased » six months' tnpylj «t
copper recently, chiefly in the foreign niarkMi
and that as a result a lot of copper will be n
shipped to this country. In view el the- fact Cat
th» General Electric Company is only a small cm
eeaaer of raw copper, its consumption being --v
to the amount used hi its brass foundry. t!» re
port is absurd- General Electric !s a v?ry heavr
buyer of copper wire, but It is a!tos«ther iaprob»
Me that It would purchase wire in the firs!?:
markets. According to th*» keel information I <rsl
gather, there is unlikely to b*> either a c!ec!i=» I
an advance In th* price of copper immediately."
STOCK EXCHANGE SEATS TRANSFERRED.
—The New York Stock Exchar.sr- rr.err.bersfclj ef
John G. Mclntyre has been traj erred to 3!aert
V. Loew. and the seat'of William H. :-• ;::star has
been transferred to August F. Kountze. Tie ise=>
bership of A. O. Brown has beers posted for tram
fe> to William S. Rosenberg, and t^at cf Jcsu
Hess has been posted for transfer to Etlwia S.
Bernheimer.
NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA * NORFOLS.-
The New York. Philadelphia A Norfolk 4 per am
trust certificates will be ready for -— 'judai
shortly. Under the offer of th«» Pennsylvania Bal
road the stock of the New York. Philadelphia *
Norfolk ha.* been converted Into trust eert!2ca3* I
at the rate of one share of stock t--> $13>> ■ cert*
oatp«.
ADMITTED TO QfOTATION.— Th? S:oci i> j
change has admitted to quotation in th* laiiaw j
department American Agricultural Cheralcai I>
terim receipts for th«» first mortgage 3 per cent eta
vertible bonds, to be traded in flat.
VfLCAN DETINNTNG RESUMES "SSI*
—The directors of the Vulcan Det;nnir.g jaajaw
have declared a quarterly dividend of Itf P*? ca:
on the preferred, payable October 20. - ""• *•*" j
pany suspended dividends last December.
TREASURY BUYS SILVER.— The Treason ■»
purchased 75.000 ounces of silver for New o»*aa»
and 30.000 ounces for Denver, at 5X.770 ••at« •
ounce.
DOMINION COPPER CO. RECEIVDL
Ordered on Application of Trustees of C»
cerns Bonds.
P. F. Roosa has been appointed by a Cxs"** 8
court, it was announceti yesterday in "Wall SE*^
receiver for the Dominion Copper Company. ****
was incorporated in 1559 and which «n Jnly. 96
acquired, under a reorganisation plan. all cf >■»
properties of the Montreal and Boston ' msoiMat*
Mining and Smelting Company, the BH of a **
were in British Columbia.
The receivership was ordered en the appl'-c*-" 1
of the National Trust Company of Toronto. trs*a»
of the $500,000 gold bonds of th« cctcpaaT' *
basts of the application betas the kj BM <aj
Dominion Copper Company to meet on June » V
sinking fund requirement, under whiclJ •> ••
equal to 10 per cent, of th» outstanding l«o*
JBO.«»X>. must be turned into the atnktafl fB-^
June- i each year. Th« company's ■•■• ■
be«n closed for several weeks, owing to the «•'
price of coke. _^
The officers, according to the latest st *""*
are >• J. Cull, vice-president; L«cpci<S E frr3 ~^
secretary and treasurer, and Bamnal Ne^* 3^
general manager; and the board of liJ: * ct3 ll c
eludes th* foregoing and J. M. S&aw. A- 3*- WP "
wire. H. H. MelvUle and E- B. Tusten.
INTERBOROUGH RAPID TRANSIT.
The Interborough Rapid Transit Cotapa=y'»^^
statement of Income for tlw fee* eroded J*°*
IJW. follorrs '
TeareaaM ■ I BMP. «**" C tlS* :
ExptPM VKT^«IH ftSH^WI Xne.U^Z-
N>t rarntan fU.33&»TO $12. 7T«>.«:i lac **p
Other tncoroe ■ U=a>.lT» SSXSSS **■ Zst
Total tm-on* *!♦•■««: $13.5!^.303 IM- ***
Int. nn boruJs *nd »- — a***
v Mr gv»:a not^» tt, t oe» aw $4.S7.vsh !*•• y*>
Turn i.s»»s.w« i.3rr.iwa n«-,
Balance *7.f»X>.«» fT.att«M |~-
7% Manhat Ry itvi VJMMXM ill**" * "__— j
X«t timoi* $3.7CV.G5» $s.7l**** *°- <l^
Dtra. on $35.i^n. ( H)i) iwM
IBWR R. Tr. stcK-Sc 3. ISO. COO 3.130.0(X>
Surpl 1 $330.63» JW*.**» P *'— -"^
r» 1 1 mcim «ea.saa.ee» ♦«♦.=« *»♦ iae.—
- . CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS. j
AmtriCM Can a%|Caleap« t»» * TSW *";.UJ
.10 peal "I»nu>n.i «*« c ,^ :.. Jf,
American Shipbuilding. 4.*\; National Eiicult . #
> th P«»-*in« ' «» *
d« v -.f ■-, '"' '■■' »' Tael-; " f*
Box R«r-i pr«« ;t,;P-»r»Ro*buc!t £?• .ft
Commonwealth Edl*«ntO7 j Str«*r ■ St»b.9 C»r - A
ChK-»if> T*lephcr>«. IV* I d.>preff ....■■
Cbiesgo Ryi M rlM 2.. ♦> i^wtft *Co >

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