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"We own and offer
Municipal Bonds
to net from 3.95% to 4.25
Railroad Bonds
to net from 3.95% to 4.95%
Railroad Equipment Bonds
to net from 4.15% to 4.75%
Industrial Bonds
to net from 4.50% to 6%
Wo are prepared at all times to
submit offerings of jw!«rtod
wniriti'M? for investment.
Send for Circular J?-.}.
GuarantyTrastCo.
OF NEW YORK
28 Nassau St., 33 Lombard St.,
New York. London, 11. C.
Listed Stocks
Specie! Circular
■ Our Circular No. 293 Rives j
valuable information rcpardmK
about 80 issues of Railroad and
Industrial Storks listed on the
New Yoik Stock Exchange. The
data include the amount of stock
outstanding, annual dividend rate,
percentage earned for the Last
vcar. high and low prices f<~>r-*I9OB, 1
etc.
Spencer Trask & Co.
William and Pine Streets
New York
H*mber« New Tork ■tad" Exchange.
WANTED.
100 American Type rounder* preferred
100 Adam* Express Co.
100 Empire Steel & Iron preferred
100 International Wlver preferred
100 !-af«-ty Car Hrutine & I.l htln|t
100 Yale A Tovrnn MfR.
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
SO Broad "Street. Xor York.
Telephones lil 40 to iISS Broad (inclusive).
Hanover National Bank.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co.
Commonwealth Trust Co.
Morton Trust Co.
DEALT IN.
CLINTON GILBERT, 2 WALL ST
GUARANTEED STOCKS
I>ealt In In
EDWARD B. SMITH & CO.
Ranker*
27 Pine Street. New York.
N. K. (or. llroad A rh<N.tnut St«.. Phils.
Members Nr-w York nn.l Philadelphia Stock
hans«*
Cassard, Bonney & Co.
M«m>»r« <~cn.«oli4s«eil Sto^k Exchange.
ot New York.
68 Broad Street. Now York
STOCKS AND BONOS
1852 1909
Jas. B. Colgate & Co*
36 Wall St.. New York
Members Investment
N.Y. Stock Ex. Bonds
- Writ? for our leaflet giving valuable
DosspsrstiTe data on all of the listed
COBALT STOCKS.
Warren, Gzowski & Co.
MEMBER? TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE
** Broad M.. NEW.YOBK.
ELY
Stocks Bought -- Sold
Full information as to standing of all
Ely companies sent on request.
Tn tbe> execution of orders 1 offer the
Wet facilities obtainable.
J. THOMAS REINHARDT,
3S BROAD ST.. VKW YORK.
rr.vai? mires to Boiton office. 54 Devonshire St.
Dividend Notices.
.rRESSED STEEL CAR COMPANY.
N'-v "Snrk. N. v October 27. 1909
PREFERRED DIVIDEND v<> 4::
A «inartrrly dividend of ONE AND THRFF
QCARTERA PER cent <!»«';, will be paid
on tn« Preferred stork of this company Xo
ve TO b«r ?4th. 190&. to stockholders of record
*t the cloe*- of !-u>.|not;F November 3rd 1.0.i
'■h»qu»d »iii b'.- mailed from the ofTi-e of th<«
oompai>y The transfer book* will close nt
thre». iv M. Nov-riaber 3rd. i:«f<o. and reopen
at ten A M. November 24th 1909
; F. P. VAN HORNE Treasurer.
' WIN COMPANY OF A.MKKHA
N>w York. October 27th. 1909
PREFERRED DIVIDEND NO .is
A quarterly dividend of Two P<- r Cent '". .
• «)1 b« paid on the Preferred stork of t".ji«
''ornpany \«wrab»r 10th. ISO 9. to stockholders
of record st the rlose of nustneFn (lotober :)Oth
,!.r,p. rtvecks will be mailed from th« offlo.
of the <'ompany. Transfer b'«>ks will close a'
12:O«. Noon. October 3Oth 13((!». and reopen
at J0:00 A M. November 10th 1900
MAITRK'E BARKETT Secretary
THE KAfSAU HANK.
N««r York. 0,1 27th. l:» 09.
113T» COXBBCtmVE DIVIDEND
A semi -annual dividend of POUR 14»" PER
'EXT »-st« thi* day declared out of the earrings
"I the last '.x months, payable free of |-,X, X on
and after November Ist. 1809, to stock!) of
record October 3(rth, ■.>•;<
.____ W. B. KOBLH, Cashier.
THE AMERICAN' EXCHANGE NATIONAL
HANK.
328 Bma/Jway. N>w York, October 19. Jl»09.
At a n.«»ting; of the Board of Directors of this
Mnk. held : . .lay. a wmi-annual dividend of
WVIS '5". , I'ER CENT, am th« capital etocfc
»as <J#rlai*<J, pa}-able November Int. proximo.
to stockholders of record at. close of busmeM
October 25th. 1900
EDWARD BVKSS. r-,»f ;)#r ._
ASIAI.«AM.%TKI» COI'I'EU (OMI'ANY,
«_• liioiowty, New York. October -i ht . 1909
-*.t a meiftnsj of the Directors of th« Amal
t»n'.»T»-d Copper <-<>niii.. a dividend at ONE
;«Ai-r or one pkh ckxt. c, of ]%) waa
«rc!arr>] payable November y»th. »'.-4»l» tv
ri«H'kl»o:dfrs «,f r^'-ord on the books of ii. •
• 'wnf*ii i,, <.: :.:..- o'clock I. M., October
*•>■•' "l. }9'iO.
A. 11. MXI.IX. S^rr«tsry .i Treasurer.
VIUGIMA %IK IJNK KAII.WAV CO
'AiUiApli* <iue Nuvrai>vr 1, ll*«», fi.n-i KJ-Ht
Myrtgat> r:.e Ivr <>j,t liondu of this Company
(riM b»> r-iiu on anU affr il^t .iate uwn i.r«-»
;:7,^t^" ** °2 or!W m •>!•• onvtar, J{«.o;ii no.
1«13, .1 Hro^<3war. NVw "i or!.
J^S- STEITAnT MACKI K. _Tr>-a»ur»T
I Mill* sTATsM EXI'KKHS O.
New ■i .rk. O<lober IS, JWj
I32ND Divn>iixu
A Sen;. -Anna*! Olvl.i -nd of TFu^e l,r,!lir«
! ; r ■*■ '../* btcn E*?w? »««:
Transfer Books will be rJosM Noi>mb'r Ist
" .\»«m«r Jst!i. 1909 both day* Included
KDWAUD T. l'l.\Ti'. Treasurer!
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS.
American ■ '■"• • ll*ilK C !;.. 4 i.t rrref N"
An pref M^ I National ni»<~tiji. . 114. ,
American T * T. .140',! National r-»rl»n «7
Boolb Kf»i:erl*«.. . Ti jtittwi'w £tabl<? Car 4.'."i
••-;•■• <■ . ; i ! Swift A- *:o l<ifc%
<'crn ':■■-• 3>M4tn<u fiosrd jner.... l.'.
Oiicato SMj!-.tv«*y. . <;■-.! M*trnt«i!itan pref.! ','. ,M
<"'«*«! th K.:i-0n...U» 1 . ''lii Hys. Kericts 2.. ?_',
'■.nicaf-n T'l»r'hon».J;.<; \siff.rn Itorbud; 14--.
' >.]<-« co r»KO Tori., :rr, ♦ «l« r-rrf j aofi
'3ifeumTtU« I ; M*. |Peeol»'i «Ja» 1144
llllno.K K.-;ck i ... i. .- iftt:l S7\
STOCK PRICES UP ON ACTIVE COVERING
" NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 1909.
■flh lrßil rBiN ct | " i Actual Sale*, — TtTrJSHfT ih'pllfetl ' ~~1 Actual Bales. I woalni;.
IQ^.lchgel |Qp; HU I %v. I Fin 1 ' Hid ■ I Ask sold. fchgfc| _^ | Op.) HLlLowlginlißld. ASk
-«^i!i -;- 'AHIs-Chalmers Co. Pr j 4934 SO !49 fiO ' W M VtijfZ - lowa Central pr Islj 61 51 jsl 50^ 51^
S**? -lvi Amalgamated Copper 80-J BtU SO'i 8 * 82% BOO* +»i Kansas City Southern 43 44 ;43 44 44 **]*.
»0 +»i ! Am. Agricultural Chemical 4.M? JH SBj « 48 46^ 100 Lactedy Gas H(M«A 104% 10t%;KMJ, 04J4 W'J
700 +»i American Beet Sugar i 45»1. 46 45 46 I 45\ \ #\i 400 +'» I^oulsvtlle & Nashville 151 iUIWISI lSlJilflJilg
,175 — " American Can.. ...'. m* U>;' 11>- 11% 11% IT. 400 • Mackay Companies ■ SOW 80% 90H »# »»i ««
I.SOO +•» American Can pr WU 82%t 81^1 82»» 82« i 524 300! Mackay Companies pr j T4% 75 74 s * « ■ 7*7»7 *7» \ J
UOO ♦ H American Car & Foundry. «8% «M» 6r,«^[ «M 4 63>i 6?^i 300-% Marine ■ 6»i ' 7 «"* . •» 7
100 Amer. Oar & Foundry pr. 117% !mS U7*U7mi7H 800 - Marine pr [M* 22»i 22% 224 22 «4
l.«)0j -HH American Cotton 0i1..^..... T:.v, 76»4 ! 75^: T«%] 76% 77 GSO + % Minn.. St. Paul * 8. Ht.-. M.1135 ; 1357* 136 I»jt}fsH I 3«
110- i,, American Cotton Oil ' pr.... 106% i06« 10e2 106% 106 oK 600 Hi M . St. P. &B. Ste. M. pr. 161 J4!151%1150J4 150%|lf I*; M ,
8.820.-ii.i jAmer. Hide & k .Leather pr.. 414 l 41U *«£\ 40V, 40 J 40« ii 10 M..5t.1'.&5.8.M. Leased 1-.. 8?V» IS% S9Va! S9^' 8 V * W%
l.OOV;— a;, American Linseed pr .... 39 39% M»«! 8»t»! 39% 39% 11.700! +1% Missouri. Kansas & Texas. 46>i 47« 46% *'*a\ 4.«« &
1,0001 •+ 14 American locomotive ! 67% 6S%| f>"S BBU 68 59 1.1001-T4 Missouri, Kan. & Texas pr. 71 | 74«k 74 174 .4 .•■
100! ♦ U, • American Malt pr 49V4 49Vi' 43« i 4F>i . 4S I 60 2.450 .+ \ Missouri Paolllo ! «7 ■ 68ii 67 I «*ni 6S',» fi^*
7,.<W +Tfc American Smelting !HrM% 95% 93?U.*5% 95 ! 95% 100-1 Nat.. Enameling. & Stpg. Pr 96 96 % 96 94 |97
Ml - •, American Smelting pr 1110% HOU'llomuOVilllOVi'lll OKI 41% | National Lead | 56% 87*; 86% 87% 8i?« »
l»|— % American Snuff pr 100%J100% 100%1100% 100%|l01 6001+1 "Xew York Air Brake j 85% 86 ' 85%! 86 86 W
•*I— fi American Strei Foundry... 60% 60% 60%) «0>» !60 60V, 5.000 j +1 New York Central 132% 183% 132 133% 133' 4 .1-wj-a
2.800 +2% American Sugar .'"XT 130% 183 130% 152%!152% 133% 100 — % N. V.. Chicago it it Louis. »7 .j 57. 57 57 B6% MVa
300j 41 American Susar pr 128 127 128 127 123 129 ISO -1 N. V.. Chlo. & St. L. M pr. 83 !-8!t 89 89 Kg* »
S.lOiij +% !Amer. Tel. & Tel . ..j189%:i40%im»%i140%|140V4|140V4 600 N. V.. Ontario & Western..! 46%: 46% 1 46% 46%' 4h% 4,
. 110) 4 % American Tobacco pr 1100 1100 ilOO' " 100 I 9P*« 100 808 + % Norfolk & Western 195 93% 96 r>:,i 4 »aj .»%
:>W 4*i 'American Woolen i SSV, 3.V , 3«» 4 34 3 ! 344 4 35% 10.V + % (North American 178 |7S |78 7S 77J4 »
1W + % •American Woolen pr :.. 102» 1 M>2%;i02%'102*i ! 102%;102T{ 5,000; -11,1 1 , INorthern Pacific 146 a »|l46T« 145 146% 146V» ( 146»i
1,500 + 2 Anaconda I 45% 45% 45% 46% 1 4«> 4 46% 1.450 + "... (Pacific Mall !40 I 10% 89%' 40% 39% 40%
Sc.S«iO 41% AtchiSOß . . !l2oVi:ail'nss;,l2lV.'m-* 121^ 1.600—1% ;Paclnc Tel. & Tel >■ 4;« 4 SO 149 I 49Vh 493 4 I »>%
Sl3l - Atchison pr 103'". 104 " !103i.. t 104 * l(tt\,l<H ' \ 36.8101 +m j Pennsylvania Railroad 146% 14514 147S I*7-% 14. ?
500! +v. 'Atlantic Coast Line |136%|138 13':>" ]:;s 136% 138 1.725J 4 % People's das & Coke, ! 114%'114%'114 1114% H4' 4 114'
2.200' + % Baltimore * Ohio 114% 114% 8 11-1" 4 114% 114", 310 + •'*, Pitts., C. C. & St. L IM% iHS, MJi 94?,! 94 '.•;'.
ano— %■ Bethlehem Steel ! 32>i! «S% 82% 82% 82% 33 2.600 -', Pitts burg Coal I 21% 21 7 , ( 21'» ; 21% 20»» 21%
4,52». ,iS ißrooklyni ßrooklyn Itapid Transit.... i 74« 4 7^' 4 174 75},, 75% 75»4 30O| Plttsburg Coal pr 162 62 62 163 61 1 62
.TOO! - Brunswick 17%1T% 17% 17% 17%! 18 2,100- Pressed Steel Car I 48% ! 18% 4S 48% I 48 % 149
100] - % |Butterick Company i 54 154 !34"! 34 31"^! 34 400 '1 Pressed Steel Car pr 105 1107 105 [107 ilort%ilo7
1,5-V)! 4% Canadian Pacific " .. . .1183 |1M 182%! 184 lß3ti'lS4 800) +4% j Pullman Palace Car 191%:195 191% 195 198 195
8,545 '+% Central Leather !45 146 ? J 44%! 45%| 46% 46 1'" 1 t % [Quicksilver pr | 6% 6% <;'» 8% 5H 6»«
200— '. Central leather pr 108% 108%ilC8ii}l08% 108%!lO9% 200 — - Railway Steel Spring ! 4:>» 4 4.v 4 4:.' 4 4"V»; 45% 46 ' t
7,490 • »i Chesapeake & Ohio I 86% 87% s«> s 1 87 I 86% 87 80.70(1 +1% Readlns 159%i161%|158"4i1««|
<m + % Chicago * Alton ..! 67 ■68 167 i«v !68 69 1,9001 «1 Republic Iron & Steel i 44% ! 45% 44 4oVi' 4:.'^ 45%
700' • i, Chicago Great Western ; 18*- s 1?%! 1&-V 18% 18% 18% 700; +ti Republic Iron & Steel pt~... : 104%:i04 l">4*n 1044
100 — 1% Clilc. Great Western pr. A. 30 30 30 30 I 2:' 181 I".*:'* 1 +*» Rock Island • 38% 38% 37% 38% 3n%{ 38%
9861— ' 4 Chic. Great Western pr. B. 22"%} 23 | 22% 1 22%! 22 a 4i 28 1.400, + % Rock Island pr 1 77%! 78% I 77% 78%! 7S 1 78%
7,200[ +- 4 (Chic, Mil. & St.- Paul 155% 156%;155%'15«% ; 166% 157 30041 ISt.'L. & San Fran. 2d pr.... 65 59 155 157 166 57
20ft 4U 4 Chic-. Mil. & St. Paul pr.... 174 ;i74 1 - 4 174 " 174% 174 1?4>.. 100 + % (St. Louis Southwestern 129! 29 39 29 I 28% 29%
100—1% 'Chicago & western... 1186 1186 1186 IPS tt&S 188 300! — j Sears-Roebuck pr '120%;120Vb'120% ! 120 1 M 120 121
300 + % IChic. Unto,". Trac. pr. ctfs. l 12% 13 J 12% 13 ' 12% 18% 1001 ■> % Sloss-Shcff. Steel & 1r0n.... 1 90%! 90i 5 | 90% 90% 90 80%
1.600 + % 'Colorado i-Vel & Iron I 44>i 44% 44^1 44% 44% 44 787 8 MO— ISloss-ShefT. Steel & Iron pr 119 '119 119 119 US —
100, -f9*4 'Colorado Fuel & Iron pr....|110 110 Tin no 100 1120 16,200 i +1% Southern Pacific 126%;128 128*i(127*i1127% 1 127%
r,oo; _ !Col. & Southern 2d pr 178 78 !781 78 ■ 77%] 78% S.OOO '- + % Southern Railway 130 "<>' 4 20- 4 80% 30%! 30"4
400! + •", Col. & Hock. Coal &• 1r0n..! 80% SO",, 80s, 1 »''» 80% Rl 500— % Southern Railway pr !69 !69 ! 6S a 4 68% j 68% 1 6 »
3.000— 14, Consolidated Gas 1140 140 138*/ 4 139 S 4 139* 4 140 1.000: + «<, iTexas A Pacific 35%! 35% 85% 35% 35% 35%
I.SMO Corn Products ReHnine I 20% 20V-' 20%; aoi-j. 20 3 i 20% 3,5.">0; + % Third Avenue Railroad 20 | 20% 19% 120 19V,! 20
700— -, Delaware & Hudson !182%i183Ti1152% 15'3%'183".:. ! IS4 600 '+ % Toledo, St. Louis & West..! 52% 52%! 62%! .'2 »l 52% 52%
410 + % Denver & Rio Grande ! 45% 46*,,, 4.'.V 463 4sll 47 400,'— % 'Toledo. St. I* & West pr.. 69% 69%! 89«4i 69% i«9 I 69%
175 Denver & Rio Grande pr.... 83% 1 83% l 83%! 83%! R3U.J S3*4 100— % Twin City Rapid Transit.. .!lo7 107 107 107 !107'4'107%
900; - % Distilling Securities '36 36%) 36 ! 36% i Sf ( »I! 56% 200 4 % Union Bap & Paper 13 il3 13 13 fl2 il3
51 IDuluth. South Shore & Atl 14 14' 13%! 13% 1 13 15 Bfl.7(Xi| 42^ Union Pacific '198% '200%! 197% '2001,; '200%
100 iDu Pont Powder pr 88 ', S.S 88 !88 — — 1.920+% Union Pacific pr :i02%i1C3 :102%;i03 I1O2%!1O3
2.&10 + % !Erie 132% 33 ' 32% 33 : 3;" 38% 2,100 -l" (United Dry Goods pr !109%!m%'109%'111% 11H.. ;il*
700— 3, Erie Ist pr 146% 46% 46 4«% 46%! 471... 300142 'United Railways Invest....! 41 ;42 141 142' 41%t 42
DM % /Erie 2d pr... 138 :38 '38 38 38% S9"J 600 +1% United Railways Invest. Pr 68 70 68 |70 !70 ! 70%
200' Federal Mining & Smelting] 71"«; 72 71% 72 — !82 :«*)! + '■■ U. S. Cast Iron Pip* & F..1 31% 31% l 31% 31% 1 31%! 82
100-1 General Chemical Co !92 92 92 92 191 IS3 800 IT. S. Cast Iron P. &F. pr.| 85 86% 85 |86"| 84 * 85
10i General Chemical Co. pr.... (105 105 105 105 104 ] 107 1.600!— ' 4 United States Rubber ' 4."V 46 ( 45% r 45% | 45%] 46
4Oo| -l General Electric Co 1162 162 161% 162 161 162% 100'—% United-States Rubber Ist pr)117% 117%j11T% 117%!U7% 118
12,100; .+ % Great Northern pr '143V»;144 11 42%! 143% 143%! 144 " 100 4- 14 United States Rubber 26 pa! S4 184 184 I 84' 184 " S4V.
1,600! 4-1% [Great Northern ore ctfs.... 78%) 79% i7B 79% 79 ! 79% 272.400 +1% United States Steel I 87»4'' 88% 86Vg! 88%! 88% BS%
100 4- » Illinois Central 146 |146 146 ; 146 j145V.!147 2,140 4-% United States Steel pr 12«; 126%:i26 126%'126%'126T£
S3.7<Xl! 42% ilnter.borough-Metropolitan ! 18% : 20% ilB 20% 120 I -0' fc IOO! — — Utah. Copper 146 146 146 ! 46 # ! 46% 46"»
20.850! +1% Interbor-Metropolitan pr I 49% ;51 !49 I 50% 50% 1 50" 3.500! +y2y 2 Virginia-Carolina Chemical 4.".' 46%! 4. .' 4 i 4»">i... 4fii" 46 3 4
1,943! +% International Harvester....) 98% 99% 98%' 99 98% 99 800 :+1 .Vulcan Detinnlng 3<H» 31 i 80% !31' 131 I 31%
700! + % ! International Harvester pr. 123% 133" 4 1244 1233 4 124"-.. 600 + % Wabash | 19% 20 I 19%) 20 ! 20 I 20Vi
1,615'— % International Paper 16 16 15%' 15% I 1.". 7 16 " 9,700 +1% ! Wabash pr 60%} 61% 49%j 51%! 51% M' a
400; International Paper pr i6l ( 61% 61 ' 61% ' 61% «i'J- .. 880—1 Western Vnion Telegraph... 7". 7:.' 7.", j 7:, i., 751., 76'
1.200! - % International Steam Pump. 48 ■ 45% 48 ) 48% ; 45%! 49 " 700 Westinghouse Mfg ' 84%; S4'.. ! 84 I 84' . 84U S6
200] — Inter. Steam Pump pr ; 87% 88 ■ 87% 88 I SS ) 88% 200! + % Wheeling & L. Erie Ist pr. 16 I 16Vii 16 I 16M.1 16" I 18
650! - 4 lowa Central !28 I 2S*4 27% 2SV4I 2S%' 29 * 3Oo' --- Wisconsin Central ' 49-%' 49% 49' 4 49' 8 4S ' 49'
Total pales for the day. 817,816 shares, compared with 523.119 shares for the corresponding day in 1908. ,
Total Kales, January 1 to October 27, Inclusive, 176,016,947 shares, compared with 147,479,538 shares for the same period in 190 S.
•Unlisted. "
FINANCIAL MARKET
STOCKS EXD STRONG.
Sterling Exchange Hales Up
After Early Weakness.
Stocks were strong in the best part of
the das', with substantial net grains
among the leading issue-, especially in
United State* Steel common, Amalga
mate] Copper. Union Pacific,- Southern
Pacific and Reading. The decline that
developed in the last hour in Tuesday's
market created a short interest which
furnished tlic basis for the active rise
yesterday, the chief buying coming from
trailers who showed an urgent desire to
rover on the absence of the sort of
liquidation that marked the transactions
ot the preceding day and on the appear
ance of heavy supporting orders from
important banking quarters. Commis
sion houses were not active buyers for
public account, and the general move
ment did not create an impression in
quarters where speculation is carefully
watched that another period of rising
prices had set in.
With the exception nf a few leading
securities, business was light in volume
throughout the day. the larger part of
the total transactions being furnished by
seven stocks, including the Interborongh-'
Metropolitan issues, which with United
Slates St»-el i-i>inm.>n supplied more than
one-third of the entire operations.
Though the buying of xhf last named
v as heavy, its price failed to make a
conspicuous pain until th<- last hour,
while in most shares advances were con
fined to fractious, with the heaviest
operations for long account in th^ final
dealings. Commission house? that are
not noted for conservatism advised the
purchase of stocks at prevailing levels,
but in the day there was little response
from the outsiders who apparently have
been heavy losers, in the decline from the
top points of the year, particularly In
Steel and t'nlon Pacific. As a 4 percent
industrial United States Steel is selling
for all it Is worth. Union Pacific may be
bought to return about .*> per cent, and
many otlier {rood stocks are now at at
tractive figures as Investment purchases,
but the conditions governing money do
not yet warrant heavy buying on bor
rowed funds.
Call loans were renewed yesterday at
' 4 per cent, the lowest rate in a week or
7iior<\ the easier tendency for this clays
1 nf accommodation creating an impression
not warranted by the actual monetary
situation thai bull operations In stocks
could be resumed with the certainty of
no interference from th<- money market.
Though the tone of the money market
indicated a good supply of funds avuil
able for demand loans, there was no
, suggestion In time rates or ill the move
ment of foreign exchange that indorsed
the theory that monetary conditions had
improved to an extent that furnished a
reasonable basis for a sustained advance
in securities prices, especially as stprlin.u
rates again were in the neighborhood of
the level at which gold could be shipped
to London. Th/? Hank of England has
been able to increase its gold holdings
as a consequence of its ft per cent dis
count rate, and while stiff quotations
for funds in the British capital doubt
leas will prevail for several works to
come, then- appears little probability of
v. further advance In the bank's official
.:;:.! qr.uiatloii. \\hiHi already i« at
.. ■ abnormal range for this period of the
of cotton :n .in prices
are* increasing, and ;■ i/«-tUT supply of
■gajnrt shipments «»i' grain is re
ported, but the Inquiry for exchange !s
heavy enough to absorb all offerings at
j,n< .-* that discourage the Idea that tuia
country will be «!>!<■ to tnpori gold a 1
• .■ current autumn.
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(FfiraUbfd by 'William". McConnetl A Coleman,
.\"o. CO Wall «u*e:. XfW York)
1< .
American Light A Tr Uii'. Mil
do i«r*f ■••• 104 I<»)
A • .■....-.! . 44';, 4.Vi
da lire! . 4:! - 4414
do Ist B« us so'
Donvvr <;»» A nico . . |44 n;
00 general 6i , M . j,;i-
Rmplre ljialriet Electric :i.i m '
ri., pref . ...» 70 ;«
on bond 7;; -«
JJurolu- <;;ia * tlwtrle It ••
J'a-ia<: flai 4 El-.-trk- .'.-, ;:.
J o l~*' -• M 01 ..
NEW-YORK DAILY THim NE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1009.
BOND MARKET SALES.
10000 ranaina 2s I 8000 lnt-Met 4 '„..<: 52%
H»:<« Reg. . 100 I 9UWU do b-\»
2500 Japan 4'-s. . X3 l a I >(*•> Interb II T
♦ •"•» do 2d !»IT*| Convt 65... 103
]<»)i> Ren of C Rb.1114 112000 .]., '.* lir^i
SOOO do ..5a0F.103% ;ihm. Int &CM Nor
13WJ Va (is Defd | 2d Ctfg....lOßH
Ctfu 47 . 500") Intwr . Paper
1000 N v citj 1 Convt 6*..: 87
4H« 1957.. M8H 1000 Kan C So 3*. 7-T»
1000 do ..new. 108*1 Cow do Rot *•■
{««") 00 nn> . ctfa 100%
*•<»• do 1817...11«'.i| 1000 do 100*
22<Xh) do 4s ]t«s7.l<«> I 4i««JO Lako E.v W
2S<KJO do 1058. l'«> I 2<l .'in ....107"i
500 A.iams Ex 4s 'JIM , 10000 I, s & M Bo
SW*) Allis ;,•-. X! I 43 1031. .. 944
H»mii» do X!' t 5000 da •'* •
»-*•»> do S3':,! 7000 Lou & Nash
IStjOOO Armour 4 V-ii 1 Unified ■»•■ f'R's
I'ttS '.'3 1 *! 30110 'in 99
2000 do K3!il UOOO Marine 4' 25..2 5.. «!)"*
8000 d-» l<3-.'» BUOO do '•l«
130000 Am T & T 1000 M'> X &• Tex
Coiivt 45.. 104 I Ist 4s »'i
60000 do 103% I $000 (In W. 4
ISOOO do 104 V t I r>'»)i> <io W
3OOo<> d 104 V, 1 10000 Mo J'ac Tr
34000 Am Tob 6«..10ttV4 6a 101%
2000 do IWUI 17000 N It's of M
7000 do 4s hoh 1 4 ' 2 s 04 ' i
2000 A Top & i* 1' 1 1000 S V Central
Qen 4a.... 100 Deb 1934... MS
1000 1!.. lOOV4 1000 .1.. ••<•'"*
SOCiO do I'JO I 8000 XY<; &. K'L.
25U(Hi do Cony Os H & I' 45.. 83V4
120P.118H 1 11000 N V N II & II
6000 do n-'» Deb tis 142'»
11000 do 11S «| 0000 «lo 142
I'NHX> do 118% I'JOOO do it- 1 *
5000 do HO'^ilOOiiO do 142 S »
25000 do ny I 4iXH.H> do 1«-'
••'»«•«» do ..820F.110 iiiKHX* do 142%
70000 do Cony 11 H\z] ICnXN) do 143 V*
30000 do 119 ilimiiik do H3's
PC**"* do llliHjloOO*) 'do Convt
l'< m 10 do Hi) l *i :.'-- 107"*
I<MM)O do lift I .*! 25000 do 108
I'VXM) do ..•20F.110 1 *! 3000 Sort & Welt
10001 do ll!»*t! Con 4s r>»
I 1"""*I 1 """* do 119% 4000 No Par Prior
41HU) At Coast 4s. !'.V'« 4s 102
]<«■»> do Wii 3000 Ores 8 Line
fOftO do 86% I Ist 6« 119
I'XiO do La- N ; 1000 do Ist Con
4* SO.l r.s . 113*4
7000 do ><9 I KiOO do Gtd lift
«(iO<» do b9',*i 4s 92%
6000 B & O Gold i 1000 do 93
4s !>!» I 5000 Pac Tel & T
JSOOO do mi* ;.s . . 3. '■- •
H»Oo no «.r.» I 2000 do 98%
500 do Prior , 4000 do I* 1 *
«'=» 92% 4'hhi rvnn Convt
10000 d., Res;... 91% r.'-s 10.V*
1000 Bth Steel '•>• 80 Hi lomt do 103 6 »
24000 do 89 129000 do " :; ; «
SHOCK) Rk R T 4s. 89 I 3000 .lo 103**
1000 Hk IT El Ist I -ifl.M> do 104 I,*1 ,*
.Stp.i 103 r.iiMNt d03Vt8 1915 OT 1 ?
1000 15k L'n (las VI.VH>O do ...s2OP. 974
5s 107 ,Mi» do '.'7' i
10000 i.- Leatta ss. H!> 20000 do '■>'• •
i***> *do 98% ;tiMW do !'7i
1000 c Pac Gtd lluoOrt ,i.) '.'7 I.'1 .'
4s ;».;% 11000 do 4s 1948..
22000 C & O Gen I lfHH> do 104%
4V*s 103 I r,oiHi Peo & E Inc. 63
1000 do 103% j 16000 lMuiK Gen 1-. 98
1<««> do Knd 5».102V4 11000 do ... '.»>■■»
♦mi do 102 I .*! 4000 do :>!'
IDOO c & N'-iv- s ' 1000 do . ■ '••'■'»
F «■ ResllO!*! 1000 Bl 1,1 M' * Bo
15000 chic li & Ci I Rtv .*:• li 4s 87%
Gen 45. . . 09 i 20000 St I, &- SF R
3CIOO do 'X' 1 * R Gen 95... 89
UMhiO do Joint 4? 96% ' 10000 St \. Bwn 1-'
r.4'«H> do 96% 4r "-'
12fX>0 do !i.'p t | 1000 do 2d ... M«•
28000 do 96% 2000 B F Pn-s &P]
13000 do 111 DJv I Ist 6s 110'
4s 100% 51000 Bo Par Ist
1.-)000 do 8H».;. 89 Ret 45..... OJ'i
l"« odo la Dlv ; 1(V« do MM 7*7 *
4s 100 133000 do '.'1
600>J0 Chic M ft St 272 > do Convt i 5.102%
T 1 4.« i"tf». 91 I ]7tHMH> do 10-'
1000 dilc U I & 25000 do 101 Ti
P Oen 4s. !>>> T « 10000 do 1"- '•
6000 do Her 4s. !>!>'■; ' 7.-.000 do 1024
6000 do '.»' j 2000 So r.y Gen 45. 7'-> ■_
I'"" 1 do »o>i| 6000 Third A >•>• Con
1000 do .... Hi"., I 4s S'l"!. . >'•'■
8000 do R114? 77 4000 do ... • • •■•'' •»
8000 do 76% i « m ir. do r >* iT »
1W0r» do 76H!4J000 V racist 45.. 102%
17000 do Col Tr 1 8000 do 102 7 /i
•%s 90% I 10000 do Cony 4».n:t
2Of>f> do 00% 1 30000 do .112**
7000 do 90% ! 10000 do 112 ; .
1000 COC &St • 20000 do n:: 1 ,
I. On 4«. 98%ji0000 do 114' i
f^ do 98% 6000 do ...nIOF.II3 1 *
I'«hi Col &So Ist I r^«»> do in ,
.... <* OTUiKKKiO do 118%
11000 do Ref X J2OOO d,. 114
Exl 4 .-is I (000 l"n Rj of 8 X
■ ... SSF. 07 ! 4s 74 '■■,
IftCl ° do 97?* I 17009 IT s R .<. imp
2000 Col Mil Ist 5s 00 f
nnnn «• BO',if 1000 IT « Rub 65.. 104 ►»
2000 Del & Hud 30000 C 8 Steel B
Convt 4R..102 : r 5s 106%
11000 D &• Rio G 220000 do mr. • »
Ret 65.... Jt.t | 4ihhi do ...510F.106%
3000 do li3N 15000 do 105
'•'""' do 93% r.OO do Res I"-"' 5 *
500i> Dint Sco Cor , ,-.(*> do 104%
•In 75 ' 10'K) Va-Car Cli la ''7 ; «
4000 do • 7r.V 10000 w«b Ist 55.. .112%
l"""" "Jo 74% 42000 do Bet &
2000 do -,:. Ext 4s 78%
10000 Erie Ist Con ' ir.ooo do ■ 73%
7s 122% 21000 do "•'!'»
31000 do 4s (.2 ' 12000 ,l.i ',:\'-o
:10(iO do Gen 4.-«. 73% 20000 do 73%
3000 do Convt linouo\V:,»» Pit Tor
«" A SI ! ,M, M ....rSF. 4. .
1000 do it 71% r.ooo do Ctfs -14
10000 Ft tV & D ' 1000 West Mil 4-, R3%
c Ist 114 ' 3000 West s v Sa. »4%
6000 Oen ICI Deb ' 2000 do ft4:i
'5s 149 ' 1000 do ■• ■■ 94%
'■00 do 147% <•>>*«> W Shore 4«. 10.1
1000 linl 111 &■ la ' -it.Hi do Reir 101
4* «7"ii 0000 Ww t Union
27000 tnl Mcl 4%a N2'«| Convt 4s A. 100
B*ooo do v_' . 1000 Wls '-i. Hal
341*0 do . S'J 1 ■ 0.-ri 4.-.. .. 04 T ;
84000 Jo R2^«|in<i(K> do . '.!«•'»
Tutol klei of bonds, $.1. 700. 500.
PHILADELPHIA^ STOCKS.
(Furniahad by Charles D. !'.ir... „■ Co.. No 2S
Jin- stieef. New York, an.l Ko.* I" South
4th str.-et. PhilaUljihia,) "
Bi<l.Ank«-.1.j l:id.A'k<-.l i
Am ment. 40' i 40% : r.pjilsh Nnv..llrt 1171^
Km Ry «'o.. 4.".'i tTi%| Leh Val i: i: :.*■, :.v: .v ' !
Cambila KU-. *" ■ t 4.'.»»' l>l,ila <■„ |gl 4>>i,
CTrof N .1. 7.i>; 7«% do ,-•• 44 • 45!
1:1 fit Bat Co r,H :,•) perm it i; <•■> -„,. -.
Rlee Co of a 12' i 12' p?nn s C pi.lt7 hk
Falrmount Til 13 Phlla Kl*>c Co 13 l--
G^n Asphalt 21 22 t Phil 1 r:a|, Tr -'.V; ••« *
do j-i — c lOi 71 I Smokelcsn p 15 ,17 ,
in Co of N a ::.\ 22' • Union Ti ",v ',••••
Lake t-un C. 27 27% Un <; [rap Co m vli*
<!, pref . is 4ft hVMabacli Co.r 41? 43*
BOND M
ARy cnv r^ 97 07%|I>hlla i:!or- 4M4 M 731' — „,
Kin- *- !■ •.'.'■« 92',! do .-H M- ' -a*
N .1 <v,., r.«.i 0.-, iiMt Phtu Cv :.•" ; " i»i.<
r*o P !:>■ 4* os 08%| ■ os «
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bkn" P is.. 2D A: :<i | O th /•. 23d St" S , . ''
%$&&&$ !^ui?Sl S
" r •■< '■ ''■ '"k" k ri . i. ..:., . ,
<1 " "•" '•■ "•" I'fi '1 dloii l. in -, '•,
N V A i. i: -i 4an | „ , '
Bo i b.-, , ' ■
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
and the closing quotations for stocks In
which there were no transactions yesterday
on the New York Stock Exchange:
L>aat Claatas.
sale. Bid. Asked.
Af'atus Express IB.*. 533 —
A! I is -Chalmers Co 14 li HI-
Am A* (him prel lie li«i 10]
Am it.-, t .Sugar pref OS i>."> !>t';
Am I'oal no |i«> ise
Am l»lst. T<>l 20 V) 30
Am Express 2.Vi •■•■.* ".*.o
Am Hide & I,eath<?r T'j 7'« 7 T »
Am Ice Bee, 25 24 ' 2 2R
Am linseed v; i.-.:- l.; 1
Am I.ocomotlvo prof . . . . 115 US ll«'t
Am Malt » •> >,
Am Smelting pref 8. ... DwU {*> «>',»
Am .Snuff 280 L'.'.'i simi
Am Til A- fable v. 7.-, *.-,
All) Arbor — 15 ;;i|
1 do pref — — ;,..
Asso Merrli Ist pref 112 H>7'a —
Bait & Ohio prrf in !•:: 04 l »
Batopltaß Mining 4 '•» 4 «'
Bethlehem t>tcel pref 6S 01 8G
Brooklyn Vn Has 14^'« 14J 14."«
Huff Roch it Pitt! 90% !>.-. Jin
do pref 1.-.:: ja 133
Buffalo *■ Susfi pref.*.. H2 — 7>>
ran Southern 6s'i (IT"* H:t'j
Central & So Am Te1...11.V, 1 |.> i;n
Central of N J 285 280 r.'n)
('life &- Alton j.ref 7»'.- 7»
Ohio & East 111 pref US 1 16 l"»
Chic Hurl &l Quincy Sa 34A —
Chic Gt West deb •'.'• .".•>■ C<>',«
ChlcJnd & Lou pref.... — 40 " sn
• •hi.- & Northwest pref.. 21i» —.-.
Chic St I 1I 1 M & 0 160 155 1«»
do pref Is" irt,-, 17;.
< "):\:-. lfnlon Trac 4'i 4 i si
I' C ft St L 77 77 ' 73
do pref !•«."» i.mi ii"
ri«ve <;• nttsbarg 17." 174»« —
i Colorado .< Southern.... Sl'j :,\ >„ .-,.:
do Ist pref 7S -,h " 7s ! i
Consolidated i'oal H7 '« 97 1
Corn rr.«l Kef prof s.l^ s.tC S4'i
Del Lacka & West 650 .*.:.(> 570
Dcs M «• 11 n it :i ir,
I "-f & M.-irk prof «.-. — }»5
Detroit 1 nited I. R 7A' 3 — fiji
Dul S s & At pref 2S 1 * 37 -jOj
Evans * T 11 o« .v. il'i
do prof .v.-. s<> Xi
Fed M & Sm prof SH S.">'i ,S!>
r, mb; Mini .... 100 an 1110
Havana Elec Ry 7f> :< « 71". 7.)' 4
.Jl.'ekine Valley Ill' 108 112 '
do pref BO — j»<>
Homestake S8 f!7 js»
Illinois Central I. 1. ... M»!4 <».'«,
In^orsoll Ran'l Co 7'> ':,
do pref . R4 \-t ;i>;
inter Power so -— 90
Kanawha & Mich •"•■"• :•..-. s.-.
Kan City South pref.... 19 TO 7<i'
Kan C Ft fc> & M pref.. .^"'i B8 81
Keok &- Dcs M ii ' 1 . r, 0
do pref 411 !M 4'i
Kntck Ice of (hi. *J<» is m
do pref OX 60 SO
lAdede <;as prpf J»0 — i«n>
Lake Erie & West .... 25% 20 2T,
do pref .-.:; .',•_• «o
l^)K- Shore 33f> (Of) 400
1-.HIR Island C>.Vi fi« «a
Manhattan Kiev 142 14iv a 512
Maryland <"oal prel MM <:i> 7i>
Metropolitan st Ry 20 20 "4.
Michigan Central " 1 ■". i>.<»
Minn & St I>iuls 681- .'.2 64
do pref M xt <.<;
Morris & \~.*- ■- . . 182 Im; ]9r)
Nash &■ Chat WB i.::- m
National Biscuit 11.: 113 114
do pref .:•:. 124 12»
Nat Enam & stpd -'• 20 20* i
National Lead pref 11"'. no 110%
Nat Pap of M»\ prof... ■•• « M .\s
do 2.! prof.... 52'; 22"» 2.T
New Central Coal .... 52 ' 40 «0
.N V C & St 1. Ist prof.. 10<> 104 us;
>; V li»-k 4'» ,1.1 4:,
do pi of ><•-• 7S M
N V I-aok A- Weal - I"". iv»
New V New h & 1' 1«!> !«B 170
Norf .c West prof '.'" ,>>:> }»••
Ontario Sliver 214 :• » •"•
TMctfl.- Coast 10<i 102 110
do Ist pref llXi 102 . 116
do 2d pref 11l ins ]j ( -»
T'a.- Tel & Tel pref M M . lOrt
Peoria . r . K;ist. I.'"."* '- " : i 27
p c r * St 1. prof no — 115
Pitts Ft W *.- <hl.' 173" 174 ' i —
Quicksilver «'j 4 4?i
v l: Securities !>■ fxi
rtv Sle*| spring pref.... 108 10414 107
Reading Ist pref 02 :>i gq
do 2.1 pref 11" !«7 us
>tens Hr Sara — 3PO •_
Rome Wat A- 05... ...l-« IV!.".
Hut land R Ii Co pref... 30 SB ?»,
St .1...- a <; Island 181* IS ir,
do Ist pref •".! 41 .-,4
do 2d prof 2»'/S SB SI
St 1, a. Ran k- Ist prof.. 71 nr» 71
do C A- X I otfs 140 1.-..". - is<i
do a * i: I etfs i>r»-r.. 11.; 12.',
do C &' E I etf* new., ••% 82 M%
St Louli Swn prof titi'2 »uui i; 7
BO It It M A.- O ctfs Sf.'_. 84 ' isg
TVnn Copper .I,'! 1 -'- .•;•_•'. ■••,:.
Tex & l'.i.- Ld Tr si<\ ss ' S?
Toledo Rvs & l.lpht . S?« RU '. ( r
In Has •<- Paper prof... 74 73' —'
United Cigar Mfs pref.. loll% Khl im
1." S Kxpre««... lot), [©I JO -
V S Leather 14 12 10
■I" Dref 127»; „.; " ;t, ..'„;
I! 8 Realty & imp hi m»»» Li 1
V S Red & Ref 12 10 I
d<> i>ref 2fl 2R I • M
1 Car Chem i.ref 12014 12f) * ]'•>«
Va Iron c k- c 70 en -,">
Vulcan D« tinning pref.. 71 jjj --
Wells Faruo Kxp 47.'. 4, ,1 a<u\
Western Maryland 21 -, '„,
Wnrt'huuse Mfs Ist Dref. 140 i~, ( ,:.,"'
Whee'ln* * Lake 1: . . ■> ' s „
■■•• 2d 1 ref ........... »U „ „,
Wl Central pref . ' -.
ELY COPPER STOCKS
Are dominating feature* in trading on
the New York and Boston Curbs There
la every Indication that the leading «e
curttlea of this district will soil at ■
materially higher range of prices within
t!i<- n.^\t few dnvs. We have oomutled
accurate and EXHAUSTIVE REPORTS
upon nil ELY mining companies, which
constitute both a guide and safeguard
to investors. The c reports, comprising
I<MH( to s.ijio words, will be forwarded
FREE upon application.
Charles I. Stoneham I Co.,
Mining Curb Brokers,
54-56 Broad St., New York.
< -hit 8 ..- no»io l i_n,ii d.iphu—Tor«ai,
DIBKCI uikks.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET— Money; on call
opened at < per cent: highest, 4U per
cent; lowest, 4 per cent; last loan, 4 per
cent; closing. 4^-4Vj per cent; ruling price.
4 per cent. Time money was easier. Rates
were: Sixty days, 4*i<ft4Ts per cent, and four
five and »1* months' lease. 4%*t4% per
cent. Mercantile paper nan a shade easier,
but demand remained inactive and rates
unchanged, Rate**. 6f/5H per cent for the
best known names; o'/2&6 per cent for
others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— The foreign
exchange market opened weak, with de
mand sterling selling at 4.8710, a decline of
10 points, which was Increased to 20 points
at the end of the first hour, when cables
were quoted at 4.8745®4.87V4, demand ster
ling at 4.869.^1.87 and sixty-day bills at
4.83<?j4.83 1 4. Short francs were quoted at
.*. i 7' 3 lens 1-32. and short rHchsmarks at
!»3 3-13. In the afternoon the market re
covered Its early loss and cables were
quoted at 4. 4.8700, demand sterling at
4.87*404.8730 and sixty-day bills at 4.83<i.
Short francs held around 5.17'j. plus 1-32,
and short relehsmarks 95Vi. less 1-32.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty days. .Demand.
Sterling 4.54 4.HH
Germany, relcbsmarks 04*« BSH
Paris, francs R. I7 l i B.lß'*
Belgium, francs r..lll», R.l7Vj
Switzerland, francs 5.1!)% S.tH,'*
Holland, nulldfrs 40.10 40.25
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE!— Boston. 10«
12'; c discount: Chicajro, Me. discount; Han
Francisco, .-Igl.t ."><•, telegraph, "';<■. prem
luna; New OrTemn*, commercial $1 discount,
bank $1 premium; Charlestown, buying par.
selling 1-lOc premium: St. I»uls. 'Mr- dis
count bid, 100 discount asked; Cincinnati,
pur; Minneapolis, par: Savannah, buying
3-16 discount, selling par.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York, ex
changes fi11.293.637. balances $13,599,108;
Chicago exchanges U.">.«;:4.".».'. balances
$21,6U,606; Boston, exchanges $C*,61!».303, bal
anres $3,34:1.073; Philadelphia, exchanges
$26,204,149. balances 11.1-21.8& I.
SILVER MARKET.— bar sil
ver, 60*40. Mexican silver dollars. 43.\ Bar
sliver In London closed at 23 3-16 d, an ad
vance of Mid.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 9.10; Lis
bon, 13.
MEXICAN [EXCHANGE.— Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at 2.01' a.
GOVERNMENT REVENUE,—
from customs yesterday were $701,892; in
ternal revenue. $480,640, and miscellaneous.
$86,398, a total of $$1,279,131. against total
expenditures on ordinary account of $2.
834,tii59. Ki.i the month to date ordinary
receipts have been $43,«8t>,911, nnd ordinary
expenditures 5J0.788.125. th" excess of sx
penditurea amounting to $7,101,217. For the
fiscal year to date ordinary receipts nave
been $204,693,428, against $131,533,498 in the
jr.me lime in 1908. and ordinary expendi
tures 5232.925.737. against $220,078,719 in 190 S.
the exi-eps of expenditures this year
amounting to $28,235,328. compared with an
excess last year of $38,543,220. Including
Panama Canal accotmt ami public debt,
the excess of all expenditures over re
ceipts since July amounts to $S9,S4r>.;>7!>.
against an excess in the corresponding;
reriod a year ago of $78.661.6.*.
SUB-TREASURT. - The Sub-Treasury
was debtor to the Clearing House $1,824.2*4
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, Oct. 27. 4 p. m.— The market for
American securities was dull, at unfmpor
tant price change?. Last quotations fol
low:
I^nl.iTi N. T. N. V.
close, equivalent, close. Charge*.
Anaconda !»"» 4-",»^ 45%. — *«
Atchißon 122% lift 3*3 * »» — _*
• ana.llan Pacific ifW I"S% I»2's + ]*
St Paul I.lo 'i I." l i MS — **
Erie 33!» •"-", Xl*k —|i
do Ist pref.... 4S •**• ♦«"• +'»
Illinois Central.. 140H 14R*«. 145»» — *•
I /-.ill- * Nash... ir.4'j MO* I*> ( >< — '•
N V Central l?-»' 7 IS! 132^4 — 's
Pennsylvania... 75 1 * 14H'i I4rt'-, — '«
Reading »I'= 158% 15»'a —*»
Southern Pacific 130 I2*S 126'» + *
Union Pacific. 2<(!>. 1W»>» 18S!» - —
-; <,«..) . »H 7 « WS >»• •— *»
dopref 120 ISM* 12b'* —**
FOREIGN MONET MARKET. — Call
money in London. 40 4 ••;> per cent; open
market discount rate -for short bills. 4»;«>
4*B per cent; long bills. «'•» per cent; Ber
lin discount rate, <!4! 4 per cent; Paris dis
count rat p. 2" 8 per cent. Paris exchanice.
on London, 25 francs 21% centimes; Ber
lin exchange on London. 20 marks 47 pfen
nigs. Bar gold. 77s I>' 4 d. American
eagles, T^s siid.
FOREIGN SECURITIES. — British con
sols for money 82 7-16 per cent: for the
nccount, BS*4. French rentes, 9S francs
77 Vi centimes.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following Shows yesterday's closing:
quotations for government bonds, compared
with Tuesday's:
r-Oct 26.-, ,-OCt. "T. --,
Bid. Asked. Hid. Asked.
U. S. 2«. rrgir. 1030 HW'j 101 ««H.1«1
v. S. 2*. coupon. in3i>....lort^i lOl'.b i<">t UUV.
U. S. An. reifis. ISO*-' 18.. 101* 102 101 1* 102
i:. S. 3«. coup. 190*-' lB.. 101 Vi 102.3 T>l'-.. ]H!'i
V S. 4«. !*Ct». 1025 11»i 117 11*4 117
V. S. 4s coupon. lftSE>....H6*i — lit*?* —
Panama 2s, roftls. 1!>35..1«»'» U>"'i 100 I">' a
Fanama 2s. coup. t«R8...108H I«>% " u> I'"'**
Dist of Columbia S-«B»..1W — 107 —

COBALT STOCKS.
(Furnished by Warren, Gaowakl & Co., No. 35
Broad street.)
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated l'> 1" McKinley Rs'i 69
Ball.-y II 11*4 Nancy Helen. 2O' a 21' i
Beaver Con.-. 3t\ Niplssln* .... 10.75 10.00
Buffalo 2XO ."•.■-'."■' i Nova S.: -tia. . 54 55
<Tiamb-F«r. .44 ■»." Ophir 11<> 113
(•■ of Cobalt. 4t>'i 47*4 Otisse 23' i 24^i
Cobalt Cent. 27».J 28« i Peterson 1.... '-'3 3 * 25
Cobalt. Lake. 14» a 13 |Ut of Way... 170 I*s
rontasaa ....Mtfl «7". I Rochester ll'i ll'i
Crown ncs...si'. P«> \ Silver l^raf... 17' 17»*
Poster 32 34 Silver Bar .. . M l«*i
C.lfforrl l*'i 1" Silver Queen.. 31*6 S3
Or Northern. 10»» 10% Temlskamlng.. ST !>O
Or Meehan... 11% 12 Trethewej ...i:> - 2 183
Hudson Bay. 17.". Watts 2ny* 23' i
Kerr I.ako .«*•!> SrtO Bie Six... It 13
i.h Rose 906 SO" John Black... lOMi 22
Uttld Nip... 1"« 10 !
ELY CENTRAL
To the American Investing Public:
ELY CENTRAL sold day before : a copper mining company can pass I These !„,■„♦„,. • „ w
yesterday, when we ant called your from the prospective stage to fact" BEUEVE convmced of thess
attention to it In theie column, at Jg^-ljJjtJt^g jSttSSSS | J-uwjJ ffi ™"T«£ "
12%. Yesterday it sold up to , inns . amonß aI , th( mmm »j Jhe .V ada lon^ iated Is mining
XI :;- 1*5. closing $:-.' s bid. 13% asked. metallurgical companies of the Irad? li n « ?*. tW ° oth*r hlgh *
The trading in XI.V CENTRAL world. SS^^tSS Vw'u I',,,°^
terd a y totaled 5^090 shares. .^JS?^ Hc^Sf^^i^i
ket in activity and sustained price they KNOW That this advance to very murti
advance. That the estate of the ELY i'KN- M«h*F levels than now prevail is
The buyins of ELY CENTRAL TRAI - COPPER COMPANY bisects - I>lr| K to bo immediate and
yesterday forcing the price to a £LTRE of the Nevada &>«*>»' ! _J hat del »>- «n buying ELY CBN
- CS .•,..,, . datrd Copper Company; TRAL now but curtails the T rotii*
new-h.gh for this movement, was That t]]( , ore bod of which win bo ultimately rea!i 2 eJ
very largely by Hew York Stock, vada Consolidated, in the judgment tnrou h ownership of the stock.
* Exchange houses. This buying tin- of the world's best engineers are rlnr In tnts -'"' ■• v * the explanation
doubtedly originated with investors continuous; through the.estate of the CTTrwSS?. I^ * 11 has ** r "2?? J
of long experience who have made KI.Y I'KXTIt\L COPPER COM- $SggSS^^£2*£%
..f long experience who have made ,. ANY . "' xv rxvm <>m- s)aro
big profits in Michigan, Bvtte and i Tl , f ' tUa v-,._v -„_ . „ ... J . advancing it to S7V i»a previous
other standard copper shares. ..rnil^^h,^^ SSKS^ to "¥£i. KSHSH I' T r
The shrewdest American invest- make its gigantic dividend disburse- CKNTR M^S I , iir " T™* •'" V^
ors in copper shares are alive to the ments b >' mining identically the when they t»u«ht Oah.m iKlirS
possibilities of the ELY Copper tSTi, TOP?S?cfi.pSJ »°^i \&!^*^£%E&£^
Mining district. Jud^^f^Vbte^neVri 11 S SSSSffiRS?tS n"" 1 ' SST
They have seen Nevada ConsoU- open through its Eureka shaft beTng They . re SiSSI?^ 1 " .
dated advance from a valuation on SU! > k only ™> feet east of the Ne? .. „ne for ?he eno^L^
the property of SSMKOOO to a valua- v . ada , Consolldated's great, steam will probably Ml, "v tZ l^Zw
tlon to-day tor the capitalization of shovel *>*- n.ent of ""mine to tne i.^Muc T'
the company of motJO.OUO. They That the ELY CENTRAL man- and dividend pavinc basis,
have seen Nevada Consolidated agement has. in the. Monarch and The moral is clear—
stock, in five years' • time, advance CUpper workings, opened some of If you would profit in copper
from $]..i0 to .*._4 a share, rente- the highest grade ore ever found In shares as have the shrewdest \mer-"
seating an appreciation of 1000 per the Ely district-ore running from lean investors order ki V OEN
cent. \ They have seen Nevada Con- 23 to (10 i^r cent, in copper tenor. TRAI, taught for you "at tb. mar
■olidated, l.i months after it started and carrying gold values large kef to-day
the production of tine copper, estab- enough to almost entirely defray piiii ,i^ f »i» a ,
ff^an^uai^^sL^h^ , That & "rKNTKAL w«, SSSfWS 1 ?^£! N^
THET KNOW there 1° s"' Sh<>r , tly l ' e * in shU>pil^' this r " together with report, b> expirt
copper mlnlnE district in *h« T sm ? lters ; the Product of the M gn - BQMen on the property \vlll be
B. H. SCHEFTELS & CO.
ESTABLISHED 1902.
Stock Brokers
42-44 Broad St., New York. 122 Monroc S|>> Chicaflo .
Private Wire New York to Chicago.
Morton Trust Company
I EVI P. MORTON. Prciid--
JS Nassau St., New York
Capital. Surplus & Undivided Profits $°, 500,000
Trustee under Personal Agreements or
Specific Trusts for Funds in Escrow
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
' Intercut 6*l the Consolidated Exchange;
naturally centred on United States Steel
common, that stock accounting for nearly
one-hair of the total btifllnesji in all l«
sues. A heavy short Interest In Steel had
been carried over from the night before,
pnd active covering took plac« In the
early dealing*- The low price for the
stock wan 8644, compared with *<t! s on
the Stock KxohanK*. and throughout the
forenoon it ruled about *% of a point above
the other board. At the highest l«»vel
reached, however, there wa«i a tendency
to oppose a further advance, with free
offerings again by tb« room traders, this
preventing sales* above (*s•», compared
with a top price attained on the other
exchange of 88 -V Kresh short selling
in other quarters on th» list occurred in
the early afternoon, bat the day ended
with brisk bidding in progress around the
room. Last prices for several prominent
Btocks were- fractionally above the Stock
Kxchange closings, this being the case
with Heading, Amalgamated Copper and
Southern Pacific. The Interborough
shares were features among the special
ties. Detailed operations follow:
STOCKS.
Sliar-s lM»t
* 'd. Open. U>h. I.o*\ »a>.
7.530 A mat Cop 80% S2 ! i «0' 4 S3 1 *
IWAm C Fdry 6*i»i 69** 6S«i JH> -
120 Am Beet Stiff. . 45 49'; 4.1 4H
SO Am Cot 0i1... 74' 4 75% 74*« 75",
1*) Am I»com . . . W ,>*■ " GR 8«"»
:.'<•! Ar,i Smelt »4"i 85*. Kl'i Wl'.j
70 Am II A L pf. 41 41 '« 4t 41
230 Am Sugar I**** 132-j 130* 132«»
10 Am Tel & T.lS'j 139« a 138'^ 13&«,
ISO Anaconda Cop. 44 » 49 44 T , 4.1 .»
8-SO At T 4 j! F...120 121 •• 120 121 s .
ISO Halt * 0hi0...114H 114** 114% 111*4
540 Brooklyn XT. M*« 7« 74 ' i 7«
•JO Brunswick D..17S liH - ITS 17S
90 Cent leather. . 4."> 4."5'» 44', 43%
310 Ch*s & 0hi0... HA% «7% S*% %a%
l.MMi.*, M & St p. 135% 136% 15.-.'i U«S
330 Col Fuel & 1.. 44', 44*4 44 44S
120 Consol Gas 129% 130** 139% 13»?«
80 Corn Products. 2O«, 2f»?* 20% 20»«
.".2<> Den & Rio <;.. 4SV. 49*, 45% 4t5%
•J2O Dtst Securities. 36% 36% s«% 39%
l"!rt Erie 32% 35% 32% ?.^i,
2O Erie Ist pf 4«*i 49*« 49% 49V
370 CM North pf...142«i 143% 142% 14.V*
.•?.J*y> Inter Met* 18** 20% IS% ao 1^
l.« 70 Inter Met pf . . 49% ■] 49% ."4>\
2SO Mo X i Tex.. 4« 47S 43»i 47
130 Mr. Pacific .... 67% 68% «7% «57*»
«> Nat I>ead <WS 87% X«% ,B7H
430 N V Central... 132% 13X*i 132 13.3 H
M N TO* W.. 46** 4«% 46% 49%
RfiO North rarlflc. .143% I46*i 14t»i 14«%
2.'» Pacific Ma 11... 40% 40% 3t>-, 4ft%
•*• Pa< Tel & T. . 9S .V) 50 SO
I.9SS Pennsylvania .l+«»i l«'i 14«s 147%
2f> Pitts foal 21% 21% 21 . 21»«
• 4<> Press St far... 45% 45% 4*% 43%
5O Ry Steel Sp... 4.'.% 45% 43% 4.'.
23.2(in Reading 13!»% l«l% 158% 190%
200 Rep Steel 44 45 43% 44 3*3 *
10 Rep Steel pf...104% 104% 104'« 104%
fi.V» Rock Island... 38 3SS 37% ."MS
2>lO Southern Pac..l2rt*i 12»% 126% 12S
140 Southern Rj-... 30 30% 2»S 30%
no Texas A Pa.- ... 35 35% 3T.*» 35%
aOO Third Aye 20 2»S 1»*« 20',
13.530 Union Pa. in«S 200% 107** '.■'•*»
2KO V S Rubber... 4« 4.; 4,; <.-.
«4.<H10 IT S Steel K7% SR«i SGU *5%
M V si Steel pf...l2fi 12«% 126 12«%
210 Va. Car Chem. <s*i 4« t.".', 45%
«PO abash pf 60% 51% 4»\ 81%
133. 1 M Total gales.
MINING.
Shsr»s
sold. Pr-»n. Hi«h. Ix>t. CTc-se.
1..V¥l Atlanta 12 .12 .12 v I**
300 Belmont 72 .72 72 .73
100 Consol Va 1.40 1.40 1.40 i^n
«OO rom»i» k ... 32 .34 32 .SI
l.ono Con Imperial. .07% 07-. .07% n;u
200 Elkton 72 .72 72 72
4«> GoWfleM Con.C.«SH 6.75 6.92' i 6.73
?(>O Isabella 1(5 .IS .1*» .M
«no McXamura . . .S» .3<"« .z> .3>>
«O> Mexican 1.87H 1 .*» I.STTi l.«o
♦00 Ophlr 3.48 2.«"."> I.W " 1.98
2rt> Potosl 92 .«2 ««2 <Q
1..W R»d Hill <Vt .0.1 m ns
I.V» Tonopah V.x. . .33 .83 .S3 .53
8,250 Total rales.

WHEAT.
Fain.
bush. Open. H:*h. I-ot. Close.
22r..CH'O Dec option. .$1 05% »1 05% $1 04 $1 04%
TOLEDO. ST. LOUIS & WESTERN.
The income, account of th*» Toledo, St.
T^ouis *: "Western Railway Company for
the year ended June 50, 1909. compares as
follows:
ISVX). IJWVP. 1»T
Gross *3.42>v£*4 J3.515.674 |4.151.0«S
Exp. and taxes. 2.228.431 2.714.032 *.'.9R6.S«S
Net $1,202,213 $1,104,642 $1,245,367
Other Income. . 553.614 415.943 .V!.«.': 7
T^'al income. $2.055.R26 51.553.583 «1 27!> 2"4
Ctarges 3.147.531 1.105.800 634.137
Surplus ...... *$!>3S.2S>4 3417.753 St»4s .»S7
PM. dividend... 308,104 399.10* 20«\0OO
Surplus $540,100 $lt>.«sT $443,00T
•E<it:al tn 4 per cent on the preferred *ro, k
an.l 5.4 .per cent on the ?0.MK1.000 outstanding?
common slock, as compared with 4 per cent on
tl-e preferred and 0. 10 r*r cent on the. Sam«
amount of common stock last year. 1
STRONGEST II^WORKING
Central Trust Companj of hi t«*
34 WALL STREET *
CAPITAL. IN SURPLUS - . ... _
of which 5i7.000.000 &M 6wi l^y*
Copartnership Dissolution,
W'HKRBAS. Tlir
» > tr,r» exlstln* anl eoninrwit In
K«w York by Andrew J. RXin»f »lJ"'?» l J"'?. C>
H»rmant an Attom»>n »n<t r«jni»M«ir n *
under th* firm n»'. of s-«inn»r 4 T^ir.**-h»
been t»rmlnat~l by the >h- «f th, 1 %
J. >»klnn»r: and **** A-*?
Wh*r»a.«. nalrl firm him t"an»%.-t,M \,,^.> •
thin Stat" for not l-n« than three Vl»™ ** 1
Now. therefore, pursiianr to "'th, S"_^_
■nrh ca.«» made an»l prov|<i»<j 1 ' .' ■ "*■•» (
•Unfl. th« »ol* ■urvtvln* m^rr.txrr O f Jll**'J 11 **'
rto hereby certify that 1 wl'.l <-o n t!ni» rS. !*! * :S-said: S
said firm p»m« in th« ron«Ju«^ t f MmTiL 11 " *
mil ;r.f «••»!'.:> If Attorn-y am i ■•^SJ*"*
Law an.i that I r*«M* at No 47 g» \j *-
A\"nu». In the Borough of -i-h*rtan «?**»
New York. •»««. Qt, 0
In T»«timonr "Wlj«r*of. I hay« hrr, ■
tort my l>an.i aril s»ai tUa ton 7^?^*
City ar.i Co nt/of r P ;-^o^, MAJ - t**l
<m this 6th <!av of October li» h^__
personaily app»*r*<l Japob IT B-ntiantT "*
known an«? known to mt la hm "t*,» J* ■•
ri»»rrlb*-<i In ar.l who *T^'jt«l 7t\- tonSS?**
Btnim»nt and he duly acknon •**! mi?L5
h» executed the same. •=-**! to m* c,.
Commiw«ion»r nf - ."si, P^*»-
— — — — — — — — — —^—^.^^
INTERNATIONAL PAR*
The report of th* Irternational pjt—
Company for the year . I*,! j nn * j/j,
has been issued. The income account eaaw
pares as follows: * w ""
19W. 130« ,__
sr ' *»«=]?•
* een. exp.... 19.456.379 17. »7».g« ttmju
Bon.l int.. taxes. WKm "^Mtiajs
Insurance 1.183.955 -■: 252 I.a7«j
Balance •50».W2 $1.835 m ~tT*n^
-Preferred dr. 44« . is 4 1.131.K5 *{f%%
Surplus $14».W7 $.-,«.»« ~~i~a~i
Prey. surplus... -.331.U6. 1 ! «.«t«s.ax> tSis
Total iiurplus. $7,531,031 | •:>j!«'iti^i
Less discount on r±-"»um
tor.l sale .... . _„
• •• >j,jC>
. Profit & loss ~ "
>u n?lua $7,531,001 t7 -S!.n«J H]BI.»
•EquaL to ».W pot cent eamH m tk» t£.
406.700 preferred stock, a.i ccmparM ■«*•«
I>*r cent earned on the same amount * itoc*
last year. ***
BANK STOCKS.
(K»porte4 c - Clinton Gilbert, No. 2 W»n rj—.)
B!d. Aafea BH. aim.
America. SSI fiS3 |r,,s— « IJ *? t
•Am Ex. 2«<> 25-'> | Lincoln... CO 43
-Ctna Nat 175 MB ; Manhat Co 34» oj
Pmnx B. 300 — M 3r i, iF 25* _
Prrant P IS.I 13* 1 Metropolis 400 4M
Bat Park 1*» — M ham « 23 S»
Pi*""' ■ 373 — , MTcatnil, lJ7'i ]c -,
But A- It U-> 15*' , M»tropc-I!t 1«7», 1»
C*lrN. I»rt I.^ i Merchants- 1«» 17?,
Century-. 170 175 jMer-hEt. -in _
ihase 370 «(m IM- Morris 250 S3
Chatham. SB 350 . Mutual .. 2J<> Jj» .
Chemical. 4-V> 440 I Nassau. . 51* —
CitCJTat. IS7 - l<SH|XatC"p... «| _
City .... 4J3 4174 NT County TM
Chels Ex. -J>»"- — I\T NBA 327% ' JTi
<"onin-»r'-« lf»> 134 j New »th 2f>) 3
♦Colonial, .""»•. . - ' ' lftth VTznt ■*- &
Columbia. 37-> 4t5 I Night ftp — at
Corn Ex.. 3.W 3.V. ! Nor Na» . J<VJ Jli
East Riv. 12T. IS ' Nar Kes. . IS; 9
Fidelity.. l«.i 175 \ Pacific »> »
First Nat BBS vv> j Park 4S« *B
Fifth Nat 3ns SSO iFeocle's... 3rt 3«l
Fifth Ar.4.25rt -- | Fh»nrs .. ia» l«S
Fourth X. 233 C»- ■ pisza . «>> «fr- s >
14th St... US >ProdETc!i 170 J7>
Gallatin.. XU> S4T. |§««bean},. .'«'> Tli
Garfleld.. 290 arm 1 >epna 4/*» —
Germ-Am 140 — \ Sherman.. ITS —
Germ Ex. 4?o — .-•v .. J?0 —
t.ermanla. .vw« — llCr^Wart — 1«»
Or"nwich. 26." 2«» )EM '. i«1 -IW> —
Hanover.. i?io «25 Lnicn '-"v I*> 3*»
Imp A Tr. .•*? s«ft Wash Hei. r; 1 * —
Irv N Ex. 200 210 west Side. MM _
Jefferson. 18«> 190 iTarfertll*.. *» —
•Es dividend. fSStsts stock.
» ■ ■
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
aw a*-i.
4s. Mar. '3S> interch .. .. nrt • jaj«i
4'-^. May. '17. tnt«*rch -.i«i. )•s:,
4%5. Nov. "57. tiit»rrli .....IW| -,
4%5. May. '17. interch 103' i 10*
4s. Nov.. -M». int»r-h . •»»?, V**%
<«. Nov.. *57. lnt»rch &r- % ]>>»;,
4«. Nor.. '56, registered "" pju, iij*
4». Nov.. "38. resrts^ered . no*, *»
•Vi*. Nov.. 55. Interch ' OV. »
■Tj". May. •"•*. coupon i» ■>
3' 7 May. "54. registered *» ss
•Us. Nov.. •<*. revenu- . !I" t'rt _
•«•. Nov.. 10. revenue... '.'.VC lflS'i
•Coupon or registerej.

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