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TOPICS OF STREET
FOREIGNT TRADING-Foreign houses
/Alt in :n.«O shares in the local market
TrrinaT to a small extent on balanc*. Lon-
En -ha* taken little Interest in American
Sncfes so far in the current year, but bank
irVare looking forward to sales of silb
i-Btia» amounts of new mortgajre Issues
fi foreigners in the course of the next few
laocths.
sjB»n"EK CrTT TRAMWAY BONDS OF
■-. ED— Clark. Dcd*r« & Co. are offering
M Investors at 954 and interest, yielding
«_ per cent to the investor. $1,219,000 first
Sd refunding sinking fund mortt»l»
Sent." -« v « year 5 per cent Kold bonds, due
'Is_3. ■ Tr-.e present issue is to retire an
'eau*l amount of prior liens. Of th« balance
5i.1M.800 is reserved to retire all other
fronds of the tsystem and *10,OGS._00 for addi
tions and permanent improvements, at 85
per ce-t of cost. William G. Evans, presi
dent of the company. In a letter to the
bankers, says the company was incorpor
,l^ in 188>. and operates the entire street
railway system of Denver, consisting: of 223
isHes of track, sen-ing a population of 300.
gK>. Th- bonds are followed by $6 000 <**)
csrltal Ftock. paying- 8 per cent a" year, and
jjstiag a present market value of about
fjafJKMW. The net earnings of the com
pany for the year ended December 31. 1909
Vere X 1.690.5*8;. 690.5*8; total charges, $990,545. leav
jop a ?urpi\i9 of $700,0(}L
Ail AN LIGHT AND TRACTION—
The directors of the American Light and
■/•action Company have declared the regu
lar quarterly dividend of m per cent on the
Referred stock. 2 per cent cash and 24
«rr cent stock on the common, payable
february 1. Warrants for the stock dlvi
_rnd will nor be dealt in by the company,
a? waa done with the two preceding- stock
_i\-idends. Upward of 400 shares of com
mon stock more than the two preceding
_lvidends» have been bought from the com
pany under the arrangement of selling full
fhares to holders of fractional warrants.
Benjamin Strong. Jr.. vice-president of the
Bankers' Trust Company., has been el-ected
a member of the board of directors, to suc
ceed the late George P. Sheldon, and James
M. McCarthy has been elected to the ex
ecutive committee.
COPPER €ALE RATIFIED.— CabIe afl»
v;ces from London yesterday said that the
•harehoiders of the Boston Consolidated
Copper Company had unanimously ratified
the saie of the company to the Utah Cop
per Company.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. — Dividends
have been declared as follows: Atchison,
Tcpeka- & Santa Pp. regular quarterly Ji a
per en: or. the common, payable March i;
£aftm_n Kodak Company, extra TVs per
ceru on tlie remmon. payable February 1;
National Reserve Bank, regular »emi-an
rual 3 per cent payable January. 10.
"BIG FOUR" "DIVIDEND.— The directors
of -the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago &
fit. Louis Railway have declared a semi
annual dividend of _ per cent on the com
mon stock. The last preceding dividend
nas 1 per cent, declared in March. IMS.
GOLD EXPORTS.— GoId coin to tie
ai_o_ut of ftstaJM was taken yesterday for
shipment to Brazil and $500,000 for shipment
to Argentina. Total exports since January
1, rL-50,000.
SUGAR PRICES HIGHER- Ail refiners
of sugar have advanced the list price for
standard refined 10 points, making the price
4.95 cents a pound, less 1 per cent for cash.
APPLICATION TO LlST —Application
has been made to the Stock Exchange to
list JL/ViO.QOO additional prefered stock of
tr." United Drygoods Company.
PHILADELPHIA COMPANY STOCK
FOR LONDON.— The recent issue of 5178».
o(>3 of Philadelphia Company common stock.
which was offered to the stockholders at
par. was underwritten by a powerful Lon
con Fyndicate. headed by tho Swiss Bank
verein, with a vie*- of effecting the intro
duction of this stock in th? London mar
ket The United Rail way Investment
Company is the holder of *24,30©.000 of the
commun stock of live Philadelphia Com
pany, or approximately TS per cent* and
;n order to facilitate the operation* of the
London syndicate and- enable a. substantial
blork of this stock to be acquired for that
market. -it was announced yesterday' the
Irv*»s7rnent Company ha» agreed to "waive
ns right to subscribe to the new stock. It
is the intention of the syndicate to have
Use entire capital stock, of .the Philadelphia
Company lifted on the London markeT, and
the price of introduction will be fixed at
cT-c, London " "ma.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
-MONEY MARK —Money on call
ep*r.*>d at 7 per cent; highest. 8 per cent*
Icnest. C per cent: last loan, 7 per cent.
owing. «i^ per cent; ruling rate, 6^ per
cert.. Time money was decidedly more
active. Rates. 4^s&4^ per cent for all dates.
Mercantile paper was more active, as con-
Eider&bie paper came Into the market.
Bites. 'g5 per cent for Indorsed bi!!§ re
c«vaxde and choice single names; s^. per
cent for others. „ ."
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— There was a
**"•£* of about Uc in eterlinj? rates jr. the
SL-Teraoon, foHcrm-ns; & sharp advance In
the morcin^, when demand bins for Sat
urday's mall sold up to 4.8720. The top
rates were reached when call money was
around 0 per cent, and when the rate for
Junes advanced higher sterling began to
break. Cables were quoted at 4.873Cy54.57i.4.
demand sterling at 4.5655^4.5©0 and sixty
day fells at 4.S3*i©4-S4. Short francs were
f -*>'« plus 1-2. and short reichsmarks r<C'-^
Ism l-3a©s\4. For Saturday's" mail demand
terlL-ff mas Quoted at 4.8695&4.57.
Easkers* ■ steal rates were as 10110-ws :
Sixty days. Demcnd.
EtcrUas ... — .... 4.Mhk 4 87%
G*m__:r, reicfaEmarks. SH"» t»54
Paris, francs _ 6.18;, 5 i:.S
Belgium. Jrancs. _ 5.19 . .V 174
Switzerland, francs 5.i-.»*» 5 lfi'i
Botlaßi. a^illders „. «v"» - 4^14
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE- Boston, par;
Chicago. 10c discount; San Francisco slgin
SV. teiesm. 5r premium; New Orleans,
ccmrriprcial 50c discount, bank $1 premium;
Oiarleeton, buylnj: par, BPllln? l-li<r pre
mium; St. Ix>uis, 20c premium bid. 30c pre
mium asked: Minneapolis. 60c premium; Sa
vannah, buying 2- 16 c discount, selling par.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York, ex
changes $53^.417,018. balances fl'j.74f).v" Phil
adelphia, exchanges 530.423.416, balances $_,
157.5&6; Balumore, rtchan^fs V 5.717.&17. bal
ences J723.417: Boston, exchanges $37,480,057,
balances C ' 988.
EILVER MARKET.—- .jmmercial bar sil
ver. Z2 t " K c. Mexican siJ-er dollars. 44c. Bar
eilv^r in I^ondon clos--. it 34 l *d. unchanged.
: PRBMIT'M.-In Madrid. 7. 50; LJs-
MEXI-'A.V EXCHANGE!— Mexican ex
cfcing^ on New York is quoted at 2.014.
GOVERXiIENT HEVEKVK. — Receipts
.rom cusroms yesterday were $1,212,466, m
t»rr.al revenue 471. 392, and miscellaneous,
856.6T2, a total of 53,080.471, against total rae-
PendlHUT- on ordinary account of J' . *iT. '■''..
For thfc month to date ordinary receipts
fcav* been *S.3fis> and ordinary- expendi
tures V>i._33.O>7 tl)*> excess of receipts
amounting to 53,723.202. For th« fiscal year
_, date ordinary receipts, have been $32«,
«7?.!-/.. acair.Rt - M 6.781 ii. the game time
•n ISO?, Brd ordinary expenditures $330,799,023.
a*air.Et 53C261.365 in 1508, the excess of ex
penditures this y«»a r amounting to $22,919,910.
jwnparefi with an excess last year of 89
j Including Pa.r_.ma "anal account
JTia publir d^bt. the «»xces*" of all expendi
»A r _? ? V€r receipt* since July amounts to
•i2.wie.sC ajrainst >: excess in the corre
i-cor.dir.g period a year ago of $75.663,93( 1 .
ST *S""E. REASURY - The Sub-Treauury
«a* debtor to the Clearing House $1.327.M4.
MONEY IN CIRCULATION.
The. Treaiurj lj*:partment report* th»
VJtai mm "i j n circulation on th* respective
«-.tes as folio*!,:
Ooid coi^ Jan. 3. 1310.
God ««<« $-08.212.41-
Il^T^ * i ' v-r <i=»i*"» 74 763.075
474.: -
" .4.: •-;- ■• w »
' '->> -.:-:
•"• SSh.bW.aKi
--»-_onai back notes «»T.113,M4
Toui $2 ITT.r*<fT
C-m Dee- 1. 19°»-
$P/...
»^,^ "*»•■ ':*. -- 208
i'sr o**0 *** 3 " iJv *r - .-- 74.S_8:<0T
8.%^< CC * T:lfi< '""* 451.MW.303
W.»^-i_r> ver ... 145.541.044
1 r^_^°. T ' )t *" '* ***** 1.*T7.47fl
3«X221.T4fl
.^-tjocai t_j, X nvttm _ • >!. 724.088
Tot *' . .... $3. 131. i 10.334
O_ u Jan. 'J. 1909
2«_ '■'"" »818.317.> m
MWI.CMO.SfIB
««n-»M sliver 4o!i*rs 72.4-t3.SW
r*' ve r, r *rtlfl'-_tee 47<>.*;;; 77:»
• uU:d!*ry silver J_.V«XJ.:<tt.-j
Jreasarj n*\t* of 1«» 4.sHa.lhS«
S2*_ t = utM ***• _3e,4_2.»-9
Aa.ionai t_tk aotes *Z,i,IWj.4XH
Tot *i ra.«r.»_.3i5.70:j
Circalatloß jr T capita; January 3. l«l0, $34 83;
Jsnuarj- 2. !»<>t«, $36 ««; January 1,.19<*<. 8S8«t;
January 1. m $xi ■;„ Januarj . 1, Wl e, *31 «2j
January 1, 15^, fzl v /. January- j, ISO*! *■• S3;
Maosr/ 1. isos, f£J43; January U Uo_ $_>"-»;
January 1. Ifrn, MBM January 1. BMB $25 73.
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Hid. Asked. I Bid.A*k»-<l.
eVaXCaVTrJMO »« V :tuai . .. J*-« 160
• u.° ■ li * i Jl '» '- N ' A<i Ist Ss. UW> I«<J%
-lnrOss.._C 08 '.NT &KR Bs.lOO 104
Buffalo Gas. 4 a I •<!„ con _«.. 96 08
Ct O tm..im% VIZ Pat & P <;.. U0 M
1G N j fm., ». U3 « P c o 65. ..10- 10»
i>nver Ga_.l4o MS I Standard . . '«• €0
5° r » 83 iA do pref «& W
-ojpJ6«..ioo — *St .! us- *s. i*ri 0»
*>1 Ist j. 65. 103 1O« •Bt] .-; c m ti*.l«»s —
i'> 3<> SLss T ss. .. M »3
Ji«* G 65.. 85 — Ist p Ga* _».. 0- lH .
.*£ C G 6-.. 86 M Itfyra G Ist Cs.lol'^ 10-; *
•i».v, •Ut«elO8 101 is Lt & v .... ea 73
*Aast4Bsißßsßt.
Miscellaneous SECURITIES
(Furnished >- Frederic H ir-V VV * 11 ™ 8 -
Am Bra k^ c* r Q^mS!?*^-- »»« Asked.
Am Br» ke Bft F f -W Mar 5 s3s 3 <>«
■ American Braea ... ' "Sj 7 123 127
American Chicle...../ MoAP-i 6 117 12a '
Arnericaa ' Chicle P r;Q°f Ex J 2 227 235
Am Di«t Tel of ll i §T 8 106 10» :
Am ccai Products "1L i 5 « •
American Press" olr^r. C m m
American Thread "pf" " 7* J r * Ex « M , K»
Am T>pe Founder.. n..j|j * A* * :
Air 1 Type Found ers pf "i q' V ?'« °°
I Barney * Bmith!*::"-'2^_ 7 10 ° " a •
1 Barney & Smith' pret" " I ~" ~ ,*£ "°
! Ku«h Terminal PQ ~ M • 10 * 1<»
Central Fireworks ."' ' "" S 2 <» •
Central Fireworks ,nf'"lr — — .5 10 >
Celluloid S"T^«. * 7 * 7 »
B I du.p di-N^uri::?^?* f «i
Empire Steel & Iron....ZZT "" U 5
Fifth Ay c Estates j»j - ,?,. f0
; Hal! Signal common ... ITL, 6"S «
Herrlng-Hall-Marvtn '... " ~ an I? '
International Nickel ~ ,^L ,**
"•-» "■"
; K^Kber 5 ":!!.^-?^ ~ W in
Kirby Lumber pf ~ Irt m
ffia^nn .^ p:::::5^p :::::5^ "^ 'I I :
L^dcn^d^r.hco^ T~ | |
Lord & Taylor pref 5*22 1
: HV^S 1 I
OUs Elevator pf A-J « S ,5?
aawi fie *_ s.s s
! Pope Manufacturing.. . _ "12 2 ?2
Pope Mfg pref _ 'I *3
Producers' Oil -M A lin itr .
; Pratt & Whitney pref..Q-F « Joo loS
; bafety CH & L... i ....Q_M* ; 5' T a » J4t
Ben-5« Chiclet I..I_ZZ. 8 J?5 J?I
Standard C0up1er...... ~ ™ "J
Standard Milling Co ~ fa v 2
Standard Mill Co pf....A&Q 1 II 15
Eydenham Corp.... * w 3 .12 "
Texas company Q m 12 J,Tf . L™ •
Texas aY Paciflc Ooal...ScrlD JV™
Trenton Pottertea _. _ 2 iu 2
Trenton Potteries pref . __ «n -I
1 Trenton Pot fndg ctfs..J&j + fio 70
Trow Directory , __ iii . 1%
Union Carbide __ ,^2 .^
; U ion Ferry qj . I %Z ■ X °?
! Uuion Typewriter — __ -_ m m
Union Typewriter Ist pt.A&O 7 110 li?
Union Typewriter 2dpl. A&OA &O . - 8 no. 115
United Banknote :..Qrj .4 K1 ' l i. .
United Banknote pf Q-j « «} ;?
V S Finishing... p_j 4 ,SJ . «*
V S Finishing pf q^ 7 • 110 it? ■
Virginia Railway — _ _1 A, 2 "
West Pacific . _ ;2 i^ -
West Power • - _ 5L %1
Went Power pref . . 57 '^
BONDS. . . :
; Am Malt Ist J&d « 103U 104U
,Am Pipe & Fdry lst....J*J -c 103 106
! Am B8 & F Ist M&S « M • 100 .
, Am Tube & S Ist A&O ft 85 a\
,Am Typefnd dbt „..M&N a 100 104
Am Typ^fnd new Mi.V 6 g» 100
East Publishing.. MtS • 95 joo
I Fifth Aye Estate M&X 0 _ ]oa
] Hecker-Jones-J M&S 6 105 100
I lnt*r Nickel Ist A&O 6 02 91114
I Inter Silver Ist.. j&j 6 109 ,{[?
Inter Silver dbt j& j 6 Joo r 102
j 5 ! 6 " UT H) Ist q_j « «9 105
, London & t,dinb Co F&A k 109 "
Xew Jersey Stmboat Ist. M*N r> s."> ' Bo
N V Biscuit Ist M*S « 100 — '■
Xorthw Coal R Ist .. MAX ' ft 75 ' —
Old MB 8 8 Ist MAS ». 95 irtS *
I Ontario Power Ist F& A ft *> jw
Perm C-& '• 1925: .. . . . MiS 5 33 40
Stock Quotation Tel ... v& k 5 &r ( -
Sunday C* «■ 1925 . ..J4.T 5 «r, 70
Tnlon Carbide Ist j&j fi j>s 102
In Fdry Ist 5s 1&20/. . . M&N — a"» • 100 •
catted Lead' dbt . . .Ji.r r «2 * 65
i: S Finish cons J&j 5 a-, M«i
j•- •S ■ Finishing Ist .ift.T 5 i«o 105
Virginia-Car -'hem u-A&Ou -A&O ft fl7 9&ij
BANK STOCKS.
{Repo«e<J by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
-■ r Bid. Asked. . ': -p.,* »«i,»d
•America MB «10 Je«fer«on ' — iflft
!Am Bxtaa . 250 255 Liberty ..'.'.'. 675 —
! Audubon N. ISO 13»» Lincoln ' ■ 4.T0
i Nat.. 170 ' 180 ' .Manhat CIO.. 345 355
: Bronx For.. 300 — Mkt & FirL. 2V5 260
; Bronx Nat.. 217 " 225 > Metropolis 300 410
I Battery Pu. 125 130 (Mechanics' . 270 2SO
Bowery .... 375 — j Mercantile .. ISO 190
■ Butch &D. 140 150 I Metropolitan, lflft _
Bryant Pk. 157H 162^ Merchants 1 . 1771- _
Coal St. IN. 145 355 „ Mercbants' F. 160 — >
Century ... 170 175 , Mount Morris 250 275
Chase 420 435 ! Mutual 2&0 810
! Chatham . . 340 350 Nassau 225 _
: Chemical .. 44." 460 Nat Copper.. 300 315
i Clt Cent N. 16" 165 Nat Reserve liX) 130
' City 420 427u.'k. w - NethTd 200 220
Chelsea Ex. 200 — NVN BA. 320 330
Commerce . •-"•o 210 jjj V County. 750
t Colonial ■• 300 — 19th Ward. — 420
Columbia .. 375 425 Night & Day 225 230
Corn Each. 325 332 Nor Nat 100 110
Easx River. 125 135 ; Pacific ... 2M "40
Fidelity ... 165 175 Park 460 470
: Fimt Nat.. J*«o put. People's .... 2SO 285
, Fifth Nat.. We 350 Phenix ..... 1774 11*714
; Fifth Aye.. 4300 4500 I Plaza 625 —
Fourth Nat. 2"4 208 (Produce Ex. 170 175
■ 14th' Street. 155 — Sherman ... 135 _
Gallatin ... 330 "45 i Seaboard ... 350 375
: Garfleld ... 295 300 Second ...... MMi —
German-Am 140 — State 285 300-
Gsrman Ex. 450 4fis 12th T\'ard. . . — 1."5
German ia .. 550 B7i ' 23d Ward .. . 140 —
Greenwich.. 2«rt 2-" . Union Exch. KM 200
: Hanover ... «40 — Wash Hts... 275 —
: imp a- Tr.. MS — West Side... 500 —
; In- Nat Ex. 205 210 ' Yorkville ... 500 —
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished ><■ J. Thomas . Relnhardt, No. 24
Broad street. New York, and No. 54 Devon
shire street, Boston.) , . •
High. Low. Last. .
Arizona and Michigan.-.- 16 40 40
A-izr- 4S 44 4 -"
Bay State Gas. ".41 40 41
' Beav-r «W »9 V*
' Be?ol« 3 .'! S ■
Bingham Mines .V-* 3 4 3>i
Boston Ely 5 1-1S 4'» 4V
I Boswycolo 10 10 . M
> Cactus I>eveiopment . ... «1 16 « «
Calumet ■ 'orbln 13-16 l!i l'»
Champion . • 14 12 12
Chi»f (•onßoli'iated 27»2 7 » - ■» 2?i .
(mino . . 12% I- 1 * 12 1 «- -
I orbin «."opper *"* R H »«'»
1 Eclipse Oil 12 1 1- 12
Ely Witch 25» 27 . 2S>
First National copper «'-i « 1-16 61 1 16
1 Gila Copper 10% 6*-* »?i
1 Laramie Hr & }-. ■ 1 1 - 1 • ,
National Mining Explor. .-". 50 61
Nevada Douglas ....... -,- 3 3 • ■ 3
r.n^co 4»i 3 11-16 3%
Raven Mining 75 70 70
Rhode Island Coal 12 12 12 •
Southwest Development. 12 11 12 .
Superior and Globe 1 15-16 15-18 m
vulture ::..- 1 * *v, f>**>
Wilier Silver JUnes ... ■ '-'i "• fiU;
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
4f. Ma-. •&{». toterd tOO>^ iu)S
44* May, '57. lnterch lofl4 10ft V
4 :_ s Nov., '57, teterch 1094 109%
4^e May. '17. lnterch IOC'. 103 4
4f May, "7 interch '<>"■♦ 100*»
4s. Nov. 18 interch lOo 1 * !'iuV»
4h, Nov.", 'M, regist 100 I<h.'i
4b. Nov.. '3« regist 9H«4 100 1 *
3Vis Ncrv.. '.'.5, lnterch ■ • - «t» 1 * S!> %
r-,«. May. '54. coup *f" 4 K9T,
IHs. May. '54. regisf «)» RflH
•«!. Nov., 10. rev r.r.102% 10C?
Rets. 4s. Ma;.. 59 100 !4 100* i
•Coupon or registered.^ : ■. ■ . _ • , "
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid Asked. "' Bid. Asked.
Bklyn V 55.. 3O 32 ; 10th A 23a St. 3S —
II F Ist 65..1<» 10«H do bonds.... 65 —
d0«n5...M Unlcn Ferry. .30 32
NY4-E R. ■• 3* ; do Ist 55... OB 08
*do Ist 6s. .. 60 65 1
SECURITIES AT AUCTION. .
The following unties were sold yester
day at auction at the Real Estate Exchange
Falesroom by Adrian 11. Sluller & Son:
By order of executors. ■ ;■
"lO iibst Eureka Consolidated Minps Cb.
at New York '"• ■ -Wl
200 shs. Greene t.'onsoli'Jated Gold Co,
300 shs Greene Gold Silver Co.. 200
eh* North Butte Extension Develop
ment Co 100 shares Old Hundred
Mining Co. ................. • 10t.. 540
54 whs. ■ •«nsum»« > Brewing Co. of
Brooklyn, Long Island •• ■ *•
For account of whom it may concern.
•'-, shs Union Exchange National 8ank.191%
SI OW American Finance and Securities Co.
»i.vw rt per cent .pedal contract bond-,
with I« shar-s stock an bjjnus...... hi.*
Sll 000 Ouayaqull & Quito Railroad Ist
* rntge ,5 P-t cent bonds, due Jan.,
11*32 interest Jan. and July 2 «3
xantMt I imi Oil Co 1»t BW « per cent
bonSi with Nov., 1007. coupons at
ra hed- H.00.J slis Lima Oil Co..
] '«).» Vh» R**ervatJon Oil C0.. 10t.. 5300
■m:, oori IJma Oil <'<i. Is! mt*«. « per cent
•*"■ 00 ° naslsV with Nuv.. 3K "W«»l
"" *" w
CHICAGO "GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
chifß.go. Jan. •".• Persistent sHlins- of
wheat left all th« futures weak at the dos>,
wheat flu off at th ope ninß and a^ain
TuTbefSe th« *nd at trading after the
hniin had advanced all the future and
forced May price* a Bhade Higher than yes
forcta,-»»* », dosing figures for July and
*« rday lij. ,-ere He and MSB lower, re-
Septtwber Van y » rday May spread
ov^r ie 'lo ;:,< closing %c to %• lower than
yesterday at $llgi. in com. and prioM
Ther , e T«,m to Tic in the different
ranged "."' r ,,^ „flf^rinKs were absorbed
futures. i 7i 7- ,*; > .w.. w . )11(< polnU were r«gl«
tereti in J^.-V* M *> <-lu«*d a shude lower
-V :tl ,- U L I ,'" ,* *,, «i. reaiizlntf -ales. Ths
only 10 fajl a «;^ <7^c. ! *t- lower than the
y«JJ«rd*y.« ""»[• run in Wer-tern packing
' * \ ,*HHn v "ial on 1«• provlMo,
,r.ark.-i Janu«O '£''.„ At »h" clo«a
Irany'^io^r 'thin ?Ssfttoy. Hnal^.
UTtS- '
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY. JANUARY 6, 1910.
THUf"- COMPANY REPORTS.
• STATEMENT OF CONDITION
. MAIN OFFICE
42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
- BRANCH OFFICES
487 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. : 242 E. Houston St, N. Y.
\"i. " . .£*■ £.. ' . . FOREIGN OFFICE
y 9 New Broad St.. London. E. C.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31, 1909
'RESOURCES LIABILITIES.
X" }- £t atc Bonds 344,606.25 Capital $1,000,000.00
Km MoVt^^-N-Y' 405 17375 SurP^ and Undivided S
City Real Estate....'...'. 368 17 I Profits *" 1,081.507.20
Other Stocks and Bonds. . . 734*577 > Reserved for Taxes 8,657.69
Time Loans and Bills ! Dividend payable Decent
Purchased ::::::: 3,487.341.77; ber 31. 1909 1 )(jO OO
Vault and Fixtures 50,000.00 !_____„„ " ' W
Demand Loans 8,051,012.71 i DEPOSITS 17,507,650.53
Cash' on Hand and in Accrued Interest Payable. 124513?
A Banks •■-• 5,702,966.22 ' V
Accrued Interest Receiv- ,
able 117,220.37: . ,
$19,660,266.74 $19,660,266.74
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS
December 31, 1907 .. 6,421,510.76
December 31, 1908 13,425,117.61
THr , D Cccmb€r 31 ' 1909 •••••.•• 17,507,650.53
NEWyo_^pS-THi? ! ?_fT^S _ L -- AGENT OF -THE STATE OF
in^w YORK FOR THE SALE OF STOCK TRANSFER TAX STAMPS
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
Beans. ' ba g . *|BtWrgs?i J9lO.
F '" UI -- bbis •••••'■ «5 18 Lemons. Cal.cs..' 7«5
Flour, bbls 10.820 Lemons, CaJ cs 336
■ do sacks 16.-42S Prunes Cat pkis 7 000
Cornmeal. bass.." 907 Raisins Cai Ss 7?5
Oatmeal bbls .. 600 Apples* bb«. Pk .? 6,{o<)
Wheat bush ... 27,900 do boxes .... 2 050
Corn., bush -...I 63,000 ! Potatoes, bhls .12075
Oats, bush .... 80.825! Onions, bbls . . 2825
Peas, bush .... 1.000 i Cranberries p^rs. T',630
Barley, bush •• 6.375 Dried fruit tsk^s 6 150
Malt, bush ....:. (TOO Rosin, bbla PK «50
gleeg lee - ,pktß, pktB 6,500 Spirits turp, bbls 28»
SaW."^ •;:;; »S Srf* „£» bbia - S
Mlilfeed. tons . . l:to Sugar, bass J " 15 700
Grass seed, bags 300 Oil lubrTbbis '250
Ho bales .... US ! Peanuts, bags 3.';
Flaxseed. bush. 18.500 Tobacco, hhds : : 35
v*u * S<> do tcs . . . 25
?£u »hf- Ca " M SI do P^ 9 lfM >
Him, " 3 - 7 Whl »l«>.'- bbls .. 2M5
Hams, pkgs ... 50 Wool, bales 30
<ut meats, pkgs 940 i. Ue . ' 3(^
La , rd '. *« sus : Cotton, bales .... 8.250
£ £2.". 8.675 cottons-d oil. bbl. 1.840
Tallow nt,-"'. S. , Copper matie, bags 700
Grease. pk*s .:: 202 I^ad. r pT a s tte '. ba^ 100
Butter. pk K s .. 3.401 Hides. bdl«i 11V)
« heese. Pkw. ... L7»| aktna. ha!« ' ' ms>
T--SP.-. rases 4.518 Mustard seed. ha«^ S
r-r ; poultry. pkKJ , fi.223.Wlnn. Cai. bbl s 22R
c&srfe s i% Brandy ' °* bb; - w »
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bush. . 18.076 Gasolene, sals. . 57.R00
nrn bush . '2«» Cot nsd oil. ,rls I*lo
Oats. bush.... 600 Lub oil. sals.. 128 MO
Peas, bush v • 00 Pork, bblS. . 321
Beans, hush... 713 Beef, bbls 75
Flour. rocks... 1.575 Beef, tea..!...! 50
\i*J,\ bale «-,- 2.782 Bacon. Th ...... £02.200
gals. 680 Hams. Ih 4 400
Oilcake. n>.... 9m. 7Oo| Lard. Xt, 470 400
bpts turp. pals. 21.660 1 Grease. Tn 10*000
R»f pet. jrals.. fiM.WV* Butter, It) .... boo
Benzine, jrals. . 96.000:
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron ffor. No '„«^ I Flour. Mpls puts $5 70
lJ£ « ry v- • •■; * « 2°, 'cotton, midd!in R W.flO
Iron 80. No 1. WB7« Coffee, v 7 Rio 811 16
St-el rails ..:.. 2S 0O U gar. Jtranulatel 80.1
fctand cop. spot 13 40 I Molasses.OK pme 40
i™. WB7H Beef family . 18 IS
•Nominal.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York, January 5. 1010.
.vlfwV %I> ir WIIEAT — Nervoos; prices, while
, "'«f r. 0 "?? 1 ?," at tlm^ dosed at a net I « 8S
" =« "JJ. Cables were disappointing. offerings
*;,;;; absorbed, however, and after the early
Tin In a^%TK rke! Gradually hardened, working
up to about the previous closing; level No 2 ,ed
wheat closed at | m elevator, domestic, and
f ,7T «. a .«, afloat - noni 'na': No 1 Northern Da
hith *12SSi. and " No 2 hard winter. $1 2SS
To b a oat nominal. CORN— Firm, working "tip
about V on small offertngs and a better specu
lative demand, and closing net unchanged to V
WW«r. ,c, c ' aj ' h con) was firm, with No 2 quoted at
lo^c elevator, domestic. Tie delivered and 89',.
1 *iv at ; nomlna! - OATS— Firm, sdvan-ina;
*!Bl^»c early, on covering by shorts and buy
ing by commission houses - M h oats strong:
mixefi. .« to 32 It, 4*c : natural white. 26 to 32
■£' &I S'^- and ■■ "PP'' < white. 34 to 42' Ib. SI I *®
»<-. RYE-Flrm; No - Western, 87>*c, nominal,
f_o"b New or k. BAR LET Firm; feeding. 65®
6. c- nominal. ■■ i f New York.
NEW YORK PRICE*.
Wheat: Open. High I,mr. Close. *''*'[
m^v .n 21s $1 21% $< »ti fl $1 21S
111* lim 111 111 In^
Corn:
M »3' — — 75'» 7:.
Oats :
■*a» ... — ..0 1 .v>,,
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat :
May ....... $1 14-, V 14% $1 13H $1 13« 4 *i U',
July. .10314 103% 103 103 103»«
September... &J*i 00% i BOH SOli 99*,
Corn:',-
May 674 67% 67* «57'« 67U
July 67% «St* «7'» 67% «7»*
September... 67T» 68 67% 67^ 87%
Oats:
Slav ... 4R-, 47S «', 47", 4^,
JU'- V 44 '-a 44 » 44*, 44', 44>|
September... 41»« 42 41V, 41S 41 1 !
Lard :
January ....12 12 SO 12 00 12 80 12 57
May 12 15 12 17 1207 12 07 1" 10
Rlba:
January . . . . UKO 11*, 11 50 „50 1157
May 1162 1162 J152 11 S3 II 57
Pork :
January.... 2l sr> 22 12 21 SO 21 SO 21 *•'
May 22'" 22 I.'. 21 BO 2190 22 07
INTERIOR HBCBOTS.
_ . Wheat Corn. f)ats
7° da : . . ... JW.(Xk) 979.000 § 754000
\' (S1 « •«* 853.00.) 706.00.1 .V'S'.MH)
L* sl year •■ • 304,000 563.000 b^OOO
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
• . Klour 'Wheat. Corn
T d*-'d *-' 3.000 210.000 tIHKM>
I-ist week MM sse\«6o 230 000
La ßl J'« ar 14.000 fey.ooo 163,000
COTTON— One of the most exciting and
sensational breaks 111 the history of the trade
excepting only, those which have, occurred as
a result- of failure or some kindred development
occurred in the cotton market late to day !ii
less than an hour May contracts declined " over
S3 a bale, selling ofT from 1ti.24.- to 15 tioc whil«
July broke from Iti.22c to 15.57 c. Liquidation
was on a tremendous scale, and hundreds of
thousands of bales were thrown on the market
reflecting th« utter demoralization of the long
interest. Apparently only a few of the South
ern bull* were left to support prices and It Is
said that after buying fully l.Vi.um*' bales this
support was withdrawn. leaving nothing but the
covering of shorts to aid prices in the late trad
ins. The close was at the lowest level of the
day and week at a net decline of 25®58 points
while even more sensational breaks occurred in
the New Orleans market, and the close there
was from'6o<g.7« points lower. - Southern markets
were unchanged to *»c lower, but this was re
garded as no more, than a response to previous
declines in futures. Local contract prices:
ester -
Open. High, L/»w. Close day
January . . 15.57 15.74 15.35 1."..3f1i81.'i 47, 15 AS
February. 15.77 15.82 15.77 1K.55016.48 15 Xi
March ... 15.80 15.&7 15.40 16.40018.60 15 00
April ••• - — — — 1." 4s^nr. 15.!»8
May 10.0 T. 16.24 15.K0 16.(10018.67 10 17
June .... i«.oo i«.'»o i«.<») is.Biamso is.no
July 1H.04 18.23 15.57 18.07018.f18 18.15
August .. 15,55 15.73 15.33 15.22(515.30 15.70
H*.pt-mber .14.33 14.48 14 <»n 14.00(314.05 14 4"
October .. 1.T63 13.7f> 13.4.'» 15.4n015.80 13 HO
December.. 13.23 13.43 13.23 13.10013.16 13.35
' Spot cotton wan quiet and 10 points lower at
I.YSo. for middling upland and ci.*..- for mid
dling Gulf. Bales nil.
Liverpool cables— Spot In moderate demand;
Bales. 7.000 hales: speculation ami export. BOO;
American. A. 000; imports. 2.5.000; American. 20,
000: middling unland, 8 1's,; futures opened
barely steady at 8 points lower on near. » points
lower on lute months. Closed steady, tin.-hangi-<!
to 2 points lower. January, January-February,
m'-.d; February -March. s it-.! March Ar.ril.
H.22%d; April-May. N.24d; May-Jiine. B.2s'^d:
June-July. 5.25 d; July August. R24.1, August -
September. 7.14^-sd; Kent eni her Octob.-r 7»i', I1.|;I I .|;
iii-i..ii, ; November 7.22'/sd; Noveml-er-Deeeraber,
7.l2V»rtj December January, ~ llVd.
<<>KFT'E — January and February
showing declines of r» points, other positions nn
cHanged, closing at r, ;iointß decline to •' points
advance; sale*. 13. 000 bass. Havre olosef] un- :
'*ian«ed an.i Hamburg at .1 net loss ■■( - l>fK.
Brazilian markets firm at sf»(^ 1 7.^ reis advance,
Him off«ra were »llghtly higher, Indicating bullish
sentiment at the nrlmarv markets and demon
strated Hie Hi isjsjsss In the »not pltuation. The
■pot market wax firm at H\c: for Rio No 7.
Local contract prices:
Yester-
Open, Higti. Low. "'■>- ilav,
January — — — fl.R.Vr7rt.l>o « m
February -- — — h mi'fiti 05 t; on
March . 7.0(» 7.00 7.00 T.OOOT I 7.05
Anrll 7 or, 708 7,ftf 7.05*T7.10 7.0.',
May 7.10 7.10 7.10 !«HrrT !.'. 7 10
Jun« _____ 7.1W7.20 7.15
July „. . 7.20 7.25 7.20 7.2n**7.2.1 7.20
August , — — - 7 -•11--/ T •.'•'• 720
September "....; 7.2 . 7.25 7.20 7 200T.W 7.20
October 7.20 720 720 7 IW»7 20 7.20-
N 1 *iiih.T. — — - - 7 f :.*t 7 30 7. l.'i
Ije.-.'irtM.r 7.I > 718 7 I.'. 7.b r >oT.2<> M«
FT.orrt A\l> mkai. Flour inactive, and
wtijit- prices were firm on tits advaße* in wheat I
buyers r.-fu.-< tf> pay mill limits, and offerings ;
«re at coiuhr«»innß from »imi hands. Spring ]
patents, $.'.,v*m« winter straiatMs, tn 40® j
is 50; winter patents, $5 WKIJS6 «ririn« clear*, j
$4 60i>|4 98. extra No 1 winter. a* 70tMa •»«• I
TRUST COMPANY REPORTB.
st* wl si«J- r »4 [email protected] 65; Kansas straights, $3
•f* WHEAT FLOUR. «2 nominal, per
H^tt.. RYE FLOUR-Finn. Fair to good. *4 rM
Sri*? : rr CC M Olce to -fancy, $4 30®*4 56 CORN
25? (^ tr ~ Mln dried - * 335 BAG MEAL— Fine
7, ii nd ellow ' '* x 55«51 (JO; coarse. $1 45©
$150. FEED— Western Bteady; city firm. West-
I™ prl _ B - •*J**27 «0. standard middling. $27©
Jr.', J flour ..,^ *- fts *>; "d dogr. $30 $.1 60;
so^o-^Ja.?. 2555 bulk - $275 ° sacks; mi.ldltnß.
HJ 3 ! l S0; red do »- $3^; hominy chop, $-7
balk. $28 20 Backs: oilmeal. $3«.
! PROVISIONS— Firmer early, prices advanc
ing- on covering by shorts and speculative buy
iiU The. market nagged off late partly In
?:»TP« Il^'I I^' with f 1 " 81 "- PORK— Steady; mess,
.r.- 50©*24T8; family. . $_<[email protected] s27: short clear.
»23©*27&0. BEEF— Mess, $11 [email protected] 50;
family, $15 80#yie; packet. $11 [email protected]$l_; extra
India mess. $-M©s_s. BEEF HAMS— $24®
$26. DRESSED HOGS— Bacons, U%c: 18(1 ID,
n%c: 1 60 Ib - 12c = 140 »•>• l"c; pi a. 12Uc.
CUT MEATS—Pickled bellies, smoking. 13^c;
10 Ib. 13c; 12 lb, 13c; 14 lb. 13<-. Pickled
hams— l3l, i.ii,,. TALLOW— City. M»c;
country, f>^^" c - LARD— Firm; Middle West.
12»B©l3.(»6c; city. 12»ic; refined steady;
South America. 14.C0c; Continent, lB.SOo; Bra-
Vi keRS - iri " 0< "- COMPOUND— IOi«@IO*ic.
i AR . IN * EE ~ Firm. oleo - 18c: city lard. 13U.C.
GAR — Reflned steady but quiet, with
prices 10 points higher. Fine granulated was
quoted at 4.or>- net, less l per cent cash.
-Ti'. BtaJ o<lominoß0 <lominoB - in canes of 6 « 2-lb cartons.
[-We; .4 r.-H> cartons. 7.40 c; Eagle tablets.
0.3..C; col loaf. .VS.-.c; crushed. 5.78 c; mould A.
• '4<>-: cubes. F.acl^ 6-lb hags powdered and
confectioners' granulated. 5.30 c: XXXX pow
oered. **: pov.der»d and coarse powdered.
n.1..c; fruit powdered and Eagl« .-oars« and
extra fin- Kranulated. 5.05 c; Kanle 2-lb oar
tons of nil- granulated. 5.28e; 2 -lb bags, .1.:{.->c;
->,K b '- ! i HOr: V ' b r> " Jr>c '"-"' •'•-"• : -•"• aild
EMI id. •> UK-; Eagi- fin or standard uranulated
and diamond A. 5.06 c: confection*™ 1 A. 4.85 c;
V io« c: Xo 2 - 475 c: Xos :i a^ *> 4.600;
No ... 4.60 c; No 6, 4. -.-,.•: No 7, 4 .v.,-. x,. §
t- "1:,- N,, y> 4 4Ol ' : No 10 - 43Se , No 11. 4.30 c;
No 1_». 4 2V; Nos IS 14 and 13 - 4.20r; No If..
i£!» O> n-ithrirawn. In London beet sugar was
IHjl hl her f " r " pot - p ' hf>r Positions * d
higher. January and February. Ijsstd- May
Us H"-.l Raw here steady" and unchanged!
Kenners ar« disposed to buy February at "*,«•
while heretofore they have been indifferent on
that position.
RlCE— Firm but quiet at the South, and
steady here, but trading was slow
METALS— <'OPPER- Standard dull; m
sales. Spot and all deliveries up to th.> end
of April closed at 13.35#13.60< London
steady: Bpot, £61 lls :Jd . futures, f<i2 10s.
Arrivals of copper at New- York to-day were
4"i.% tons in bans and 5.". tons in ore. Exports
were 331: tons, making 1,081 50 far this month.
Loral dealers quote lake copper at 13.7 M
14c; HectrolyMc at m.50 <©1"..75<\ and casting
at 1 :;_T, a 1 ;;.-)<., TIN quiet but firm, and
higher i-pot riosed at *3.25©35.50 c: Janu
ary. .::;.;- i._. c : :::;.: r.u.- . February. 33.12 m©
83.35 c; March and April. 33.12%@33.40c Them
was a biff advance in London, spot < losing at
fir.l 7b lid; futures at £132 l.'.s. LEAD quiet
spot. 4C7'i®4.72W N»w York: 4.,!.-,.. asked
East St. Louis. EngllHh market higher at
£13 18s i Pd. SPELTER easy; spot? 6.10«)
6 2..C New York; ri.i»7» : c East St. Louis. Lon
don unchanged. IRON was higher at 51s 3d
for Cleveland -warrants in London. Locally
unchanged. No l foundry Northern $18 759
£t»30; No 2. Slsso®st!»; X o 1 Southern and
No 1 1 Southern soft, 50#$l» 25. Pi iron
certificates unchanged.
kMOLASSES AND SYRl.TS— Steady and un
changed.
.NAVAL STORES TIRPENTIXK Spirits
nrm. ROSIN — Firmer and quite active. TAR
—Steady and unchanged.
OILS — Linseed oil very'- firm, and card prices
were marked up 2e a gallon. Refined petroleum
W ki S U "''*i an « f "l -„ PETROLEUM, standard white,
bbl«. 8.0.V;; bulk. 4.55 c; refine,), eases 10 4.V
water white Kbit O.SBc; bulk. 6.0f.c; cases.
11. !>;>.■._ UNSEED Oil* American seed .Ity
raw' Sf^^oKTlT-ia! 44 * 11 * 1 ' Calcutta
(OTTO.NKEW) Oil, -Firmer earl- dosing
of 13,468 bbis. S t pOlnt contract pri'-es. sales
of 13,400 bbls. I^ocal contract prices:
, Opening. High. Low. Close, "day
' 'tuning. High. r,ow < 'lose
*V X — ■ - 7.«5i57.5S 747
January ....T.CI 7.5!» 7.M 7.f.6®7.58 «
February ...7«0 7«0 7..V< 7.5A«7.R8 749
Mar ,7 • 7. -,7 7 H<> 7"7 7 5*97 50 7 ,V;
Aprtl ........ .. — 7 5K,-S7rtli :53
la ■■ ........ 7«l 783 7«3 7 .-'.VviV «) ; r<ii
JulJ- ..iv. 7 'iti 7H4 7 53«7.65 7:*t
September . 7. tin 7.60 7.,,, 7.81fi75S 746
October . . .*.W 6.90 6.00 r. MS**. !H* A '..5
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
BL\.NS AND tt*\.* — Heceipta, 1 i>ig bags
beans and 686 bags peas. Domestic white beaaa
c1.. ; i...- stock, firm. ke kidney a little in Belt
ers raver: small export orders bom* filled main
ly at »_ 80, out Pome jobblnt; trade 2H©sc
higher. BEANS marrow, ■ $^v,, fl -.
$2 00; medium. *2 23e$!K>; pea. |2 27%e»23S
arhlte kidney. 5.-. _v,. red Wdney «2 30 yellow
aye, $3 25; black turtle soup J2wirnjV lim^
BUTTEK— Rtc-ipts. 3.401 pkgs. a little
nnner fueling on choice and fancy fresh cream
ery. Medium steady but quiet. st ra^- held
with sornu confidence, an.! a moderate quantity
of stock la •■hanging- hands. Process quid Fac
tory dull. Packing stock steady. Creamery, spe
cials, H). .;.-,, . extras, :t4.-. firsts, 32033 c; sec
onds, SOt)Slc: thirds, a*-; h«lo. specie. [email protected]
34.-; extras. 32Ca3l'4c: firsts. :[email protected]: seconds.
29©30 c; state dairy tubs, finest. 334234 c; Rncd
to prime, .'«Xfi;-t2c: common to fair. 26®2S)c;
process, specials. 2!V; extras. .'>■..■ firsts,
2ti(tf27c; seconds, 24tJ'24fo.*; Western Imitation
i-reamery. firsts. 2B®2Sc; factory, firsts, Ssc;
seconds. -4. , thirds. 22®.'!c; packing stock No 1.
24^»c; No . 23W<S^4<-; No 3 21©22'».-.
CHEKSE — Receipts, 1,707 boxes. Fairly
active demand for fancy. The marki»t shows
Increasing strength, some holders refusing to
sell on present basis. Winter made full cream
dull and weak. Fine skims fairly steady; con
siderable accumulation of ordinary winter made,
which are dull and Irregular. State, full cream,
specials, 17 '■_•'</ ; September, fancy. 17-; Oc
tober, best, lrthjc; winter made, best. I.">' 4 .-.
common to fair. i:ivfir,.-. skims. lVi Ib. fall
made, specials, 14'-ji . winter made. best. VZ&
12 I>-!c:1 >-!c: fair to (rood, lOQllc; common. 7f7!> I-.-
full skims. s©B%c.
EGGS — Receipts. 4.SIS ras««. Market higher
under strong speculative holding bus. . on
weather reports from interior. State. Pennsyl
vania and nearby, hennery whites, fancy, 48®
r>Oc; small. 4O043&; rather-! 58943 c; hennery
browns, fancy. 42'itf4.V- gathered, 37045 c; fresh
gathered, extra*. 4!'/-» - J.-. e-.vtra firsts. 80c: flrnts.
37i3CSc; sccondji. J«'JiS3«c; held, fresh, firsts^. w*<i
32c: seccndH. 2(.(ff2Sf-t refrigerator, fancy. 2"'g>
27^c; flrst>i. 2««2B 1 -sc seconds 24 S &2T> - c :
thirds. [email protected]; poor 20923r; Jirties. No I, 210
22, •; under grades. IS<?T2Oc: limed, choice, 24, •
FRT ITS — r>RlFT>— Snot evaporated apples
nominal." with 7 1 »f1>7 1 «.e nbtut covering the
ranc between "buyers' and sellers" views.
FRESH — Apples uuiet at about previous quo
tations. Little doing in pears. Cranberries
Oilier but holders exnress confidence. Straw
berries steady. Florida oranges moving very
slowly, and outside figures extreme, t.rape
fruit quiet: must he very fancy to command
top Quotation Pineapples dull, irregular and
uncertain. .APPLFK. "• >>'•• vnrietiea. (:•.' :,o«
*4 SO; Greening. S2 234tM: Tallman Sweet.
S2 12111): Far Western hoxes. $[ ■_'-„•, $4 :
PFAPP, D«che««. hi. l $2 7". ■(.• *:: 7" . Kl»'er.
*?<i+XX- rRANHPTRHIinS Cane Ceil late «3 M
-..«■; VTrly Black. *4: Jers.-v $4: STRAW.
BERRIK3. Florida, nuari ".n-nTV ( >rav,,t-s.
Vln«"snnl.>. box. »1 U#M '<» ..'her P^lorida.
SI ■'.",,/ S3 "o Mtmmai atran. si -...»■•■ tun.
(rprin-*. *2.'.Ovi«n n,i'i.(»'f"v «•_'.,«'. ORAPE
FRT'TT. box. *1 nn«»94 I'lN" \ppi.itp crate.
ft] . «•• ,-m.-,. B.tOfS: Porto Rlon ■•",■ „ .-,.-,
HOi" Trading I'ontlnues quiet, and mar
ket without new features.
HAY AM) STRAW— Mure confident holding
of timothy hay. although quotations show no
material change. We have heard of no prime
stock bringing over $1 02% an yet. with gen
eral run going between ifc and $1. HAT—
Timothy, prime. large bales, 100 Ib, $1 02 U ;
No 3 to No 1. 8TH091: shipping. Me; pack-
Ing, tlii'uii."'- clover and clover, mixed, 7"i <i
08c STRAW— Long rye, SO •9oc; abort and
tangled ryo, .... •! iiu,- . „ai and wheat, r>sc.
I'Ol i.TRY ALIVE Receipts, 8 cars or
Western by freight and about 1 car by express.
With some stock delayed in transit, and sev
eral cars limited by shippers and being cur
ried on the track together with a fairly active
demand, the market In in firm shape and prices
thought to be higher on fowls and geese, but of
ficial quotations have not yet been made public,
liflcaipts are cleaning up pretty promptly on ar
rival. Itl-iKSSI"I> A little tetter peddling de
mand f.,r fowls arid ehicksaa, and with strong
Western advice* nnd lighter Invoices the market
!■ shaping stronger on fancy grade-*. Turkey*
dull, fin moat of the stock la limited higher
than present prices Ducks s.-liinu fairly. (ji^«s«
alow Squabs higher. Dry jmcked- TL*RKETB.
Maryiani!. Jersey, etc. selected. SSISOSc; state
and Pennsylvania '_'4irf2.*.--: nearby, 22«2 > lc: Ohio •
and sflchlgan aunidsd -4.. other Western. 229
2ic; dry picked, 22«rV4c: old toms 21c; South
ern, dry picked 22 Vs *| 2Hr ; «c-ai,!..,i. 22623r:
BROILETia, Phllad( 1 fancy wjuabs pair. TS#
*♦)<•: fancy. 4 tT) to pair and under, Ib. 2S©3oej
Pennsylvania. 'Utt'^Tn" Western, dry picked,
milk ferl, 2|»25c; rom fed. tOOSlo: Mirhlg*n.
«»c,«lde,l. ISAISc; other WSStsrn, 1701* I'IIICR
BNB, ranstlos. r»hllad«lphl«, fancy. 0 Ib anil
over to pair, n. iii,- Pennsylvania, fancy. >*
rt> 2Or Wmiwi, dry pi.U«d. milk f«-l HC~!a',
•« '** 17 '•«!*-■ Olxl^ anil Michltn»» «*•• ]
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
TREASURERS orTICS.
» 193 BROADWAT.
A. H CALEF. Treasurer.
NEW TORK. !*. T. JloTeiab«r IT. lt0«.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANT:
. Pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors adopted Nov»mb»r .10 1909. anJ
»uh<^t to the approval of the Stockholders, for th« purpose of securing -which approval a
■pecial meeting* has bean called to convene January IS 1010. the privilege will be lvea to
■tockhoiders of this Company to nubscribe upon th« terms and conditions hereinafter stated.
«n or before Januarr 21. 1910. for an amount of Convertible Five Per Cent. First and Re
funding Mortgage Fifty-Tear Gold Bonds, equal ln face amount to thirty-six per cent (>•%>
or the par value of their respective, holdings of the stock of this Company, as registered on
its books, at three o'clock P. M.. on December B. 1909. ■ - '
Warrants signed by the Treasurer or an Assistant Treasurer will be issued to stockholders
as soon as possible after the closing of the books on December 8. 190». specifying the amount
of bon-la for which each stockholder Is entitled to subscribe. Such subscription warrants will
be issued only for amounts of $500. or In multiples thereof. For each fraction of a $500 bond
for which a stockholder is entitled to subscribe a fractional warrant will be !*»_•_. which. if
presented on or before January 14, 1910. with other fractional warrants aggregating $800. will
be exchangeable for a subscription warrant for a $500 bond- and if the surrendered fractional
warrants Include a fraction In excess of $600. a new fractional warrant will b« Issued for
such fraction.
On the back of these, warrants will be two forms: The first Is to be filled out and signed
by the stockholders or by their assign-. In ca»e they desire to snbscrib*. Th« second tana.
which is an assignment, is to be. filled out and signed by th« stockholders only In case they
desire to dispose of their subscription privilege. • ' .
Stockholders who may wish to subscribe for a portion of th« bond- covered by a warrant
and dispose of the, balance of the subscription privilege, or who may wish to dispose of a
portion of the subscription privilege covered by the warrant to one person and the balance to
another, should return their -warrants to this ofilce on or before January- 14 1910. to M split
up into warrants for the desired amounts. Warrants bo returned should be accompanied by a
statement- in writing specifying the number of warrants desired In exchange and the amount
of bonds to be covered by each.
The price of subscription, payable in New York fund*, is:'
«050 per «l.(K»0 bond, with ■ecrned Interest adjusted. "wi
$475 per $300 bond, with accrued Interest adjusted. ,-'„:'
__ -. Such price will be payable at the office of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York.
28 Nassau Street, New York City. In instalments as follows:
Per p.- r
$1,000 bond. $500 bond.
At th« time of making subscription, oa or before January
-1. 1910.. $330 »175
On or before March 4. 1910 $300 SIM
On or before April 15. 1810 $300 $15*
Subscriptions may be paid for in full at the time of making «-bs<riptloß, nn or before
Jnnunr.r 81, 1010. In which raae the amount payable will be $944.44 per $1,000 bond or -4T2.-J
per <.'»CO bond; or. after the payment of the fir*t Instalment on or before January SI, 1910. an
above provided, the remainder of the subscription mar be paid la full on or before March 4.
JO 10. by paying $508.20 per $1,000 bond, or $299.10 per 1500 bond.
Bond* will be issued with coupons maturing September 1. 1910. attached, and the fore
going; payments include an adjustment or accrued Interest to March 1. 1910. . -
The warrants most be surrendered to the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, hr the
HiiM'kholder« or by the persons to whom assigned, on or before January 21, 1910. accompanied
by tile payment to Maid trust company, a* depositary, of the first instalment: and all warrants
nut su surrendered with such payment on or before said date shall be void and of no ralu«.
Failure to pay the second or third instalments when and as payable will operate, as a
forfeiture of all rights in respect of the subscription and the Instalments previously paid.
The Guaranty Trust Company of New York will, on surrender of the warrants and pay
ment of the first instalment, issue receipts which will be transferable by delivery and which
must be presented to the Guaranty Trust Company of New York upon the payment of the
second and third instalments In order that such payment may be noted thereon.
. Fractions desired by stockholders tv complete full bonds, _r fractions which stockholder*
desire to dispose of. must be bought or sold In the market, as the Company will not bay or
(tell fraction-.
Full-paid receipts for bonds will be exchangeable for the engraved bends as soon aa Issued.
No nnbftciiptioß or assignment of this privilege Trill be recognized unless nude on the
form» of the (.'ompuny.
No stockholder of the Company shall be entitled to any of the above-mentioned bonds
unless the terms of subscription herein specified are fully complied with.
The subscription and respective instalment payment* most be made to the Guaranty Trust
Company of New York. 28 >*a->-au Street. New York City, at the dates and in accordance with,
the provisions stated above. Checks or drafts In payment of subscription* must be drawn in
favor of Guaranty Trust Company, of New York, in New York fund*, and for the exact amounts
covering; the respective Instalments. • ■ -•- - -
. By order of the Board of Directors,
•A. H. CALEF. Treasurer. ,
P. S. — statement giving details of the First and Refunding Mortgage Fifty-Year Gold
Bonds and of the security therefor will be furnished upon application at the office of the
Railway Company. . . ■ ■ -
other Western, It>sl«'jc, CHICKENS, mixed
weights. Philadelphia. 22c; Pennsylvania.' 148
IS--; Western, milk fed, dry ptcked. ihc: corn
fed. ISMiC; Western, scalded. 15c. Ohio and
Michigan. l*c; CHICKENS, fair to good. 126*
13 '4 c; FOWLS. Western, boxes, 60 Ib and over
to dozen. miafJTTr : 48 tb, !♦><■. 36 to 42 lb 14fi'
16c; Western, bbU. dry picked, heavy, IS%c;
small. Hgl4 l -c Ohio and Michigan, scalded.
15.-; other Western. 12615 c: COCKS, old. 12®
124-. DUCKS. Maryland and Jersey, ate, -""^
21c: Ohio ana Michigan. 15»'520c: Western. [email protected]
li)c; GEESE. Eastern, white. 'JO.-; dark. 16&
l«c. Haryland. Jersey, etc, I^l6c; nearby. 1.1
©14c; Wisconsin, stuffed. IS01fc; "Western, 11©
14c: SQUABS, prime. large, white, dozen, $2 75
©$5; poor, dark. $1 50; culls. !So«r7r>c. GUINEAS,
spring-. 3 Ib and over to pair. SI.
GAME — Rabbits In fair demand and steady.
Wild ducks unchanged
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— Bermuda
potatoes moving slowly and top figures extreme.
State and Eastern quiet but steady for prime,
sound stock; frosted lots drag at low and ir
regular prices. Sweet potatoes plentiful and
easier. Old white turnips are getting a little
better demand, and occasional -ales are even
higher than our advanced quotations. Liberal
supply of New Orleans vegetables, and prices
generally ruled lower, although plain parsley ad
vanced. Florida lettuce of uneven quality, and
a good deal of frozen going at our Inside -figure.
Occasional sales of Florida, eggplants of tine
quality up to $2 50. but that figure extreme. Th*
first car of Florida celery of th« season arrived
to-day and sold at $2 [email protected] 50. Ordinary run
of Florida tomatoes poor, but one fancy mark:
went as high a* $3. POTATOES, Bermuda, sec
ond crop. bbi. $3oOi§Ss. Maine, in bulk. 180 tt>.
$1 «2Qsl S7. bag. $1 50©$l 75. Long Island, bbi
or bag, $1 75<g$2 25; state and Western, in bulk.
180 ft. [email protected]: bag. $1 50(g>$l 65; Jersey bbi
or bag, $1 33«?$1 75; frosted stock, bag, [email protected]
$126; SWEET POTATOES. Jersey, bbl. $1 50®
$2 50; basket, fiOceSl 25; ARTICHOKES Cali
fornia, drum. $I<)_.sl2: ANISE. New Orleans,
bbi. [email protected] 50: BRUSSELS SPROUTS, quart.
Bill..; BEETS. New Orleans. 100 bunch**. $2©
$2 50; Bermuda, crate. $1 25<g$l 50: CARROTS,
ton. $12#515; bbl or bag. »[email protected] 25: New Or
leans. 100 bunches, $1 sOgs2 50; Bermuda, crate.
Sli&Jt 20; CABBAGES. Danish, ton. $20<ff$_5;
domestic. $12Q515; 100. $3<gss: bbl $1 50<g$l 75;
red. ton, $2S©s32; bbl. *15i>'at2: iTiTMBERti,
Florida, basket. $125<5t2 25; CELERT. dozen
stalks. «®4oc; state and Jersey, case. $1942 s<t;
California, $4'Ss4 50; Florida, crate, $2 26052 50;
CAULIFLOWERS. Long Island, bbl, 50c©$4;
Florida, basket. $1 35051 75; California, half
case. |1 12351 25: CHICORY and ESCAROLE.
New Orleans, bbi, $Zl?*3; EGGPLANTS. Florida,
box. $1 2*>«is2 50: KALE. Norfolk, bbl. [email protected];
KOHLRABI. New Orleans. inn. $2S$3; IJ_T
TITCE. Florida, basket or box. $1953; LIMA
BEANS. Bermuda, box. $4; ONIONS Cuban,
crate. $2 25052 50; small white pickle, crate
[email protected]; state and Western, white, crate. [email protected]
Si; basket. 7.V(gsl 23; yellow, bag. $I®|2; red.
$1 25®J1 75; Orange County, yellow, bag SI 25®
SI 75; red. $1 2f.#sl 62; Connecticut Valley yel
low, has;, $1 25«51 40; OKRA. Florida, carrier
12500*5; PEAS, basket, $2®s7: PEPPERS, large
box. S2 50053: carrier or basket. $1 50(252 •
PARSNIPS, bbl. *I©sl 50; PARSLEY. New Or
leans. $6<Ss7: Bermuda, crate. $1 75©52 RO
MAINE, Florida, basket. [email protected]?2: Bermuda. 'crate
$ISsl 78; SHALLOTS, New Orleans bbi $1 50®
$2: STRING BEANS. Florida, wax. fancy, bas
ket. S2©s4: green. S3 sG©s4: poor to prime, »1 50
<gs3; SPINACH. Norfolk. bhl. $1«$1 75
BQCASH. *[email protected]! 75: Southern, white, box $1»
$1 .-«»: Cuban, box. $1: TURNIPS, rutabaga, bbl
[email protected]*l: old white. 75c©$l; TOMATOES. Fior
Ida. carrier. $1 25®53; Cuban. *1 25®52- WATER
CRESS. 100 bunches, ?150#52 50. '
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
»«r. ■«. . New York - January 5. 1910.
BEE\ ES— Receipts. 112 cars or 2..01 head.
including X) cars for slaughter and 32 for mar
ket. steers mere active and fully 10c higher;
bulls strong: cows tirm u> 10c higher. Yards
chared. Unary to prime steers sold at 55®
MBS per. 100 It>: fat osen at $«: bulls at ?4®
$5 20; cows at $2,V>.'ds4 50; heifers at $4-I*ss 10.
pressed beef in moderate demand. General sales
[email protected] l c; extra beef. Hall 1 -,- per tb.
Sales— S, Sanders: 15 Ohio steers. 1.283 Ib aver
age. |688 per 100 tb: 21. 1.177 Ib $R25- 21
1.105 ft. $(5 10: 1!«. 1.042 rb. $5 00; 20, 1037 tb
S8SO; 2. 800 tb $3 50: 1 bull lir>o tb. $5 21V 1.
1.200 lt>. $4 ST.. 1. 1.250 It., $4". 1 cow. 1,130
n.. Msoj 7. 1164 Ib $4 30: 14 593 Ib. S3 70;'l«S,
l>ls Ib, $3 60; 2. 1.025 rb. $3 25; 9, <>43 tb $3" 6,
73S lb. $2 6O; 745 tb. $2 30.
M. I 1I 1 erson & C\>.: 2U Kentucky steers. 1.212 Ib.
J'i'i": 2t5. 1 222 Ib, tt«o 18, l.Wi> ft $6 .-m> -2.
1.078 It). $t>37 : -. 22, 1,078 It). $5 6O ; 1 stocker,
•ISO Ib, $4 2.V 2 oxen, 1,880 tb, $«; 4 bulls, 1.U57
IT). $4 50; 2, 070 Ib. $4 30- 1. 1,050 rb $4 25; •_.
740 ft, $4 10; 12 cows, 1.005 It>. $4 25; 2. 740 rb.
$4 10; 12 cows. 1.005 It). $4 25; 2. 1.100 ID. $3 90;
2. 1.015 It). $3 83; 13. 990 Ib. $3 SO- 36 Bh7 ft,
$3 30; 17. tm ft. $325: 1. 030 ft, $3 15: 19. 868
ft. $2 60; 7ii»> ft. $2 50.
Kerns Commission Co.: If) Ohio steers. 1,202
ft, $•; 20: 21 Pennsylvania. oiK> ft. $5 45.
Tobin & Shannon: 1 bull. l.«3O ft. $5; 21 cows.
819 ft. $3 25; 2"mllch cows and 1 calf, $90.
J. G. Curtis * Son: 2 steers, 920 ft, $5: 1
bull. 1.300 ft. *4 50; 1. 720 ft. $4 25: 2. 7!ti> Ib,
$4 13; 1 heifer, 720 ft. $4 25; 1. 820 ft. $4: «
cows. 1.074 ft. $4 10; 1. 1.030 ft. $3 75: 1. 050
ft. $3 40: 14. 733 ft. $3 .'."'. 5 880 ft $3 20; lft.
85.S ft. $3 10; 7, *07 ft. $2 !«>: 4. SIS ft. $2 80;
14. 836 ft. $2 75; 1, »7o ft. $-70; 9. 752 ft.
$2 85 . 8. <•,!>.» ft. $2 60.
John Ducey: 1 bull. 1030 ft. $4.10; 1. 660 ft.
$4 3 cows. 973 ft. $4; 2 1130 ft. $3 75; 1. 1190
ft, $3 50; 1. 030 ft, $2 75; 1:1. 724 ft. $2 55.
W. R. Flume: 7 cows. 697 ft. $3 50. 16, 721 Ib,
$2 73.
Nelson & Co : 3 cows. 1110 ft. $4 10; 1, 820 ft.
$3 60; B. 940 ft, $3 30; 1. 700 ft. $2 50.
Andrew Mullen: 2 oxen. 1>>:» ft. $6; 1 bull.
1400 ft. $4 50; 1 cow, 750 ft, $2 75.
Jelliffe. bright & Co.: 2 bulls. 845 ft, $4 26;
I cow. 001 » ft. $3.
CALVES — Receipts. 1.214 head. Including
646 head for butchers and iit!6 for market. Veals
steady; choice stock a trifle firm: barnyard and
Western calves easier. Common to cholctf veals
sold at $7©s:i i>-r 100 ft; culls. $50*660; barn
yard calves. $34)84 50; common Western > calves.
$4 Is'us4 50. Pressed calves firm, with city
selling at lo^lti.- per ft, country at 10_!l4Hc
and barnyard and fed at ,v<©loc., v <©loc.
Sales— J. G. Curtis & Son: 88 veals, 132 ft
average. $10 25 per 100 ft; 12. 132 ft. $10:: 23.
127 ft. $!*.*>'). 2lt. 121 ft. $it !'.». It).-, ft. 50;
II culls. 11l ft. 88 50; 9 barnyard calves. 272 ft,
$4 50; 18, 384 ft, $4.
H H. HolUs: 11 veals. 153 ft. $lOS7 : 3 , 28.
12rt ft $10; 4. 135 ft, $10 23; 8 culls. 134 ft, $5.
W. R. Hume: 45 veals, 125 ft. $10. 7 culls.
100 ft. $«>. 5 barnyard calves. 204 ft. $4.
B. W. Otis & Co . 77 veals. Ist ft. $10«24.
N«lson & McCabe: 49 Western calves. 367 ft,
$4 50; 43, 357 ft. $4 15.
Jellify Wright & Co.: 22 veals. 131 ft. $10*0;
4. 03 ft. $7.
Andrew Mullen. 4 veals. 119 ft, $!>.
S. Sanders: 15 veals. 141 ft. $11; 2. 140 ft.
$10; 36. 11l ft. $l».')0 3. 110 ft. $8 50; 2. 123 ft,
$7- - evils. 01 It). $•' 50. 21 barnyard calves.
240 ft. $4 50.
Id. in & Shannon: 20 veals. 143 ft, $11: _"»", 124
ft. $10 BO 2 barn\ard calves. 410 ft. $3 73.
McPherson v Co. : 14 veals. 123 ft. $1O 30; 3.
113 Ib. $".) 50; 8, 101 n». $7; 2 culls. 73 ft. $1;
KHEKP ANI> UMBS — Receipts. 3rt cars, or
7.511 heinl. Including M< cam for slaughter and «i
for market. Sheep firm; lambs strong to 25c
higher; pt-ns cleared. Common to good *heep
(ewes) sold at $4»s."> 25 per 100 ft: culls. $."<'s
$3 50; ordinary to choice Ural* $!Mrrs!» 25 year
lings, *iJ r«<i;tf.«7. Dressed mutton, slow at \Ujj
10c; prime wethers. lOHsCfllc j«ir ft: dNsissd
liiiubs firm M 1- I3c; country dressed hothouse
l:ii<ib« »te«i.iv
tales— Kerns Commission Company : 177 Penn
sylvania Umhs. xn ft average. *;< 25 per 10<> ft.
383 Uuffalo. 72 lt>. $XSO: 24», 66 If. SM. 10 Perm-
I van la sheep, 110 ft. $.-. .V).
.S. Handera 31 Pennsylvania lambs. «!» ft.
»-. IB; id stats. G3 ft. $«: * yearlings, m tb. $7
13 Pi ui'sylvatua. 02 ft. $i\ ,V) 71 state sheep. Ui>
TT.. $5 2.'. 35. 07 Xh. $4; 17 Pennsylvania culls. «2
Ih. $;: l» bucks. t.V) ft. $4 23.
M . 1 ti«r»in * Co.: 132 Pennsylvania lambs, 01
ft. $« 50. 07 sht»p. 11- n. $4 15.
Tahin _ Shannon. TO Pennsylvania lambs. 112
Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific Railroad
Company
FIVE PER CENT.
GOLD BC/NDS OF 1913.
Notice of Election to Redeem
To all Holders of above Bonds:
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC
RAILROAD COMPANY (an lowa corpora
tion), having elected to redeem the entlr*
issue of Its aforesaid FIVE PCI CENT
GOLD BONDS OF 1913, at a premium of two
and a half per cent. (2H%) and accrued In
terest, pursuant to the, provisions of section
6. of Article Four of Us trust agreement with
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW
YORK. Trustee, dated May 1. 1902. securing
said bonds. HEREBY GIVES NOTICE that it
will, on FEBRUARY 1. 1010. redeem the en
tire outstanding amount of said bonds at par.
with a premium of two and a half per cent.
V-\i*~c) and the accrued Interest on said bond
to th* i?ate of redemption above designated.
The Railroad Company require- that, on and
after said redemption date, said bonds, ac
companied by all appurtenant unmatured
coupons, be presented for redemption and
payment at th* office of CENTRAL TRUST
COMPANY OF NEW YORK. No. 54 Wall
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
N. V.. said office having been designated th*
agency of the said Railroad Company for th* :
purpose of the aforesaid redemption and nay- ;
menu Interest on all said bonds will ceas*
from and after said February 1. 1910
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Company.
By '-.EOR.-.E T. BOGGS. Treasurer
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY IS OFFERED
to buy a small amount of stock of a mine
producing a rare metal which has advanced in
price 25 i in three months. Company is backed :
by people of standing. Strict investigation is
•welcomed and a square deal guaranteed. Stock'
will undoubtedly become a dividend payer this
year. B. H.. Box 8, Tribune Office. -
! EXCURSIONS.
Delightful Tours to
FLORIDA
NASSAU AND CUBA.
Tickets' rood to return until May St.
Parties will leave in Jan., Feb. and March and
visit the magnificent resorts at St. Augustine.
Ormond and its famous beach. Palm Beach.
Miami. Nassau. Cuba. etc. Business men and
their families and ladies can see all important
points without waste of time, travelling under
escort of experienced conductors the entire round
, trip, and being relieved of every care.
OTHER TOURS 1° California.
_______^^_ Mexico. Porto
Rico, Mardi Gras Carnival. Japan.
; Around the World, Hawaii. Europe, etc.
Railroad and Steam-info Tickets everywhere,
Send for book, mentioning- information desired.
RAYMOND i WHITG3M3 CO.
225 Fifth Aye.. New York. Tel. (3270 Madison S<j.
Boston. Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Chicago, etc.
i __^
ft. $8 50; 1» sheep. 141 ft. $5; 8 state. 96 ft.
$3 50.
H. H. Hollis: 8 state lambs. «> ft. $,3 30; 2
sheep. 106 ft. $4 28: 3 culls. 00 ft. $.*! 25.
J. G. Curtis & Son: 3 state lambs. 70 ft.
88S7*a; I sheep. 113 ft. $4 £0.
W. R. Hume: 4 state lambs. S3 ft. $8 23
sheer, m ft. $4.
HOGS— Receipts, 19 cars, or 3.561 head, in
cluding a carload tor market. Firm to higher
i for all weights. Good Pennsylvania pigs sold at
$a 7.". per 100 lb; ccuntry dressed hogs steatly.
Sales — McPherson & Co.: 118 Pennsylvania
i pigs. 103 ft average. $» 75 per 100 Tb.
Tobin & Shannon: 93 Penn_yl\_nia,"pijs, 91 ft
: $3 75; 4 roughs. 252 ft, $7 73.
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago. Jan. 5. — CATTLE — Receipts. 15.000:
! strong to 15c higher: steers. $5-ass; cows,
$:■, :,i) a $:» so. heifers. $3 406 $6; bulls, $3_0«(
$4 75; calves, $3<ss»So: stockers and feeders.
$3 7i#s.". 30. HOGS — Kecfiots. -3.000; st»lsc
hlgh«r; choice heavy. $ijm_Js3 7.". butchers.
$3GOS$ < «70: Mght mixed. $^4.' !s><-') choice
light. J«:iiitJsKl; packing. $> .-».-» jrjs Ti>:
pigs. $7 7." $*» 40 . bulk of sales. $> s»i a J.i S.*>!
SHEEP — Receipts. 14.000; market strong to
l«)c higher; sheep. $4 '<> -7 «•« •_•;, . lambs. Id ;.o U '
88 »O. yearlings. $.'> 23«r$>« 13.
Kansas City. Jan. 5—5 — . • — Receipts
6,000. including 100 Southerns: lO#lSc higher
packers and feeders steady: choice export and
dressed beef steers. $6 10'«$7 20: fair to good
i . J.l. Western steers. $4 2' a St! 50: stockers
■nd feeders. $.'{ 4Oi! $5 25: Southern steers. $4»
89 26; Southern cow». $2 7.1 .1 $; in native
cows. $2 ••"**." 10: native heifers S3 r.O us 6
bulls. $3 25«5r.; carves, *4-3« so. HOGS
Receipts. S.UUO; -li»r higher; ton. *» 55
bulk of sales. $%20^$S5O: hj«av> $* 30 tj
$555; packers and butchers. »S4of*sß s_
light $M©sS 43; pigs. 879tTM SHEEP Re
ceipts. 3.000; strong; l*m!)». $7asS 60 • year
llngd. •"><><» $7 50. wethers. $.1 25 a $11 .•»»».
$4 50tr$3 •'. . stockers and feeders. $.", V3»J3.
Cincinnati. Jan. 3.— CATTLE— Receipts.
«42: strady; fair to good shippers. ."■BO*
$«50; common. $2053 00. HOGS— Receipts.
3.504; active; butchers and shippers. H> 50 <j>
$3 73; common. $ii »r $H 25. SHEEP — Ueeelpta.
«99 steady. S2 50rfS5 50: lambs steady. $* 50
v- *■•■>
East Buffalo, Jan. 3. — CATTLE — Receipts.
50 head slow and unchanged. VEAL-? — Re
i.ipt». 23: active and steady. HOGi> — Re
ceipts. 2.-00; active and 108_0c higher;
heavy and mixed. $■* !>"■,,s• $■•>; Yorkers, (snoti
$Ht»O: vis*. $S««0: rough. $Slft«sHs3: atans/
$<? 75 $7 M) dairies. $s So*»ss 00. SHEBK
AND LAMBS — Receipts. 2.200; active; lambi
' and ewes -•">•■ higher others steady; lambs.
$.v-r.._-si». -wes., $3 _3sss -„i.
PUtsburg. Jin 3.— CATTLE— Supply light;
steady; choicj. |8 «o»»srt 73; common. $3 su_>
$4 30. »HEKP--4Juppiy fMtr. slow . prime
wethers. »••*"" ** •*•. culU and common. $-»
SS; lambs. $t»3SHSO: veal calves. $lotf$lO»O
BOOS- Receipts. 10 doubl«-d«oka. higher;
prime heavier. •» (record price >; mediums,
heavy \<>rk«ra. $». »Sht Yorkers, S* 73»
$9 SO; piss. W"»4»SS7srrcu«hs. S7 Hi •«•«?.
- -•-■>-r-'-. SAVINGS BANKS. -
THE MANHATTAN
SAVINGS INSTITUTION
Croad j. Cor.' Blccckor.
117 th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND
Da*. 3d. 13091
Th« Trustee ' irf thi» Instltntlon hare _*-
cured Interest at th« rat* of ~<<jßßßaßM>
FOUR PER CENT.
P*r. annum o« all sum* not exceeding SI. 00*
remaining on deposit during the tinea or si*
month* ending on the Its* last.. payable on
and after Jan. 17. 1910.
Deposits made on or before Jan. 10. 13101
will draw lota-rest from Jan. 1. 191*.
JOSEPH BIRD, President.
FRANK O. STILES. ,-»:.»..•". ■ '
COXSTAXT M. BIRD. Ant Secretary. »
NEW.TQRK SAVINGS BANK
■ W. Cor. llth St. and Bth Arena*.
Jan. 1. 1910. dividend at the rate of
FOUR PER CENT.
per annum on all rams from J' to 53.000 «a
titled thereto nsMftar tha> Us I—, -
>FPO«IT«i MADE ON OB BEFORE J.W. 1».
will DRAW INTEREST FROM jaji. 1.
WILLIAM FEXSINGER. p-»»id«nt.
JAMES L. WASDUSC, Treasur*r.*™*«-
ARCHIBALD M. PENTZ. Secretary.
IPY/IMfS savings
I IV V lliVj INSTITUTION
llSCh*m!M>r»M NT,
The Trustees h»Te declared a dirldsad for tie
•iz mcatlis esdl&s Dee. 31 j t. 10_>, a«th» race **
FOUR PER CENT.
per annum, on all smna from %U to 13 000
entitled thereto under the by-U-»% payabla
on and after .Monday, January 17th. 1910.
Deposits made on or before Jarul3t]_
will draw interest, from Jan- Ist, 1910.
W H. B. TOTTEX. President *-"
GEORGE B. DCSNTSti. Secretary
H.E.TESTB.J'r-. Chairman otnasaceCoaunitta*
Union Dime Savings Bank
BBOADWAT. 3__> ST. AXt> «TH AVENLB.
GREEXET SQUARE, NEW TORE.
Interest FOUR Per Gent.
PER \NM.M. from $3 Is *3.0«» Cr*dlt«l
January Ist. payable January 20. 1010. or any
" time later. ■„. -\.d- >■>
- Money deposit*! en or . Won" January to
draws interest from January Ist. 1910.
CHARLES E. SPRAGT President.
FRANCIS M. T.B*KF» Treasurer.
WILUam G. ROSS. Secretary. _
I EAST RIVER SAVINGS BANK
• Incorporated 134-S->
, , 280 BROADWAY & 33 CHAMBERS ST..
SEW TORK.
.".*"-, BURPI.VS OVER 12%
THE 1230 SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIOEIO
has been declared at th- rat* of
FOUR PER CENT $£,_
Deposits Made on or Before Jan. 10th trill
. Draw interest from Jan. Ist.
I>. S. RAMSAY. P—-.. C A. ■■II|WI See.
Metropolitan Savings Bank
1 and 3 THIRD sVm <opp. Cooper Institute J.
CHARTERED I?3_.
I 13th DIVIDEND
New Tor*. Dae 14 th. 190 a
INTEREST FOR THE HALF TEAR ENDING
- DEC. 31ST. 1009. at the rate of
Four Per Cent. Per Annum
I wilt- be - credited to depositors entitled ther»t»
I und#r the by-laws of the bank on mm* from
$3 to $5,000.
( INTEREST PAYABLE JANUARY 19TH. 1918
MONEY DEPOSITED on or before January
! 13th will draw Interest from January Ist.
JONATHAN B. CURREY. President.
EDWARD SHERER. Secretary.
THE FRANKLIN |
SAVINGS BANK:
Corner Bth Averted & 42 d Street ♦
88th semi-anneal dividend at th* rats of £
FOUR PER GENT:
per annum on all sums from S3 to $3,000. J
payable on and after January 17th. 1310. J
Deposits made obi or **<*>* January «>
10th will draw Interest from the Ist. «>
ffa. G. Conkila. Pres. <►
J. HallocJc WarlEg. Sec *>
125 th St and Lciingloa Aye. **
THE TRUSTEES HAVE DECLARED A SEMI
ANNUAL DtfUtHOU) AT THE RATS OF
4/">" r'r annum on all deposits
'-^TJ eatltled thereto, si 1 isisllßss
J\J to tie by-laws, from $-
un to 000. paya-io oa
and after Monday. Jan
17ta, ISM. Money depos
l:ed on or before Jan. 10th.
MHO. will draw interest
from Jan. Ist. 1910
WILT-IA-I E. TROTTER. Prest I
THOMAS R. EBERT. Secretary.
GERMAN SAVINGS BANK
I> THE CTTT OF >"_nV YORK.
Cor. 4th Are. and 14th Street. \
New York. December 24. 1309.
Interest at th* rat* of FOUR PER CEXTUit
. per asaum- . will be credited _epo_iu>ra fur th •»
: six months ending December 31. 1908. on all
sums entitled tneveto under th* by-laws not «x
ceffdinsr threa thousand ts3.ooo> doUara.
Deposits made on or before January 10. 1010,
I wili draw tsterest from .latmarv 1. :i>lo.
CA3IIUR TAG. President.
. G. F. AUTHOR. Treasurer. __
CITATIONS.
; THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP NEW
York, by tic Grace of God. Free and Inde
pendent.—To Adele MeMallea. Rebecca Mo
! Cullsga. Emma Knapp. Eva W. Day. Flor
ence IfeCuHaaTh. Andrew I. McCnllasjb. Mary
Francis Bradford. Alexander Paraon Koapp.
1 Mary Constance Day Chovel. the persons who
are -ntltied absolutely or contingently by the
terais of th* last Will and TVatanic- o_
; Thomas McMull«n. deceased, or by operation
of law. to share is the several funds or es
tates held by th* Trust*** under th* said las:
I Will, or the proceeds of any property held
: by «a:d Trustees as part of th* trusts created
ln iiiu by said Last Will and Testament, and.
tn* United States Fidelity and Guaranty Cam
pany, as surety en the bosd of Alexander
Parson Kcapp as a Truste* of said trust •»
tates. send rrverms: You and each of you
are hereby cited and required persona. to
h* and appear befora our Surrogate ot th*
County of Sew York. at th* Surros;at*s' Court
of said County, held at the Hall of Record*
' la the County of New York on til* fourte*ath
day of January. 1910. at half-past tan o'clock
In the forenoon of that day. than aad th« a to
'; attond upon tha Judicial Settlement of t.i*
' Account of the Proceedings tut William 1*
! Raymond and Alexander Pay son Knap? as)
I Trustees under th* last Will and Testament
of Thomas McM-Ilen. lat» of the Ctty and
• County of New York, deceased, and sac_, of
j you as are hereby cited. a_ are- under th* a««
of twenty -one years, as* required to appear
by our guardian, if you hay* on*, or If you
j havo non*. to appear and apply for 000 to »■•
appointed, or la th* *v«_t of your neglect
or failure to do so. a guardian will br 15
potated by th* Surrogate to represent aad act
for yon on tho proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof. W* hay* emu* th«
Seal of th* Surro?ateV Court of t.l-1
[Seal. 1 said County of Now York to b* "aer*
us .••> affixed.
Witness. Hon Abner c. Thomas, a surro
gate of our said County, at th* County *€
New York, the _«th <!ay of >v»nab*r. in ta»
year of our Lord oa* t_o_s_ ad aia* . huassrsal
and assja,
<CHsX J. fOWPtET.
'- ■''.- -..:. Cl»rk >}{ the Surrogates' Crmrt.
THE PEOPLE OF TIIE STATE 05" XETC TOHK.
by the grace of God rre» and tndrpeodent. —
To Diana t'ghetta. •lc«Bba Ughetta and Maria
I'ghetta. and to all persons interested la- taw
matter at th* Judicial settlement of th* acvounta
of Peter L. l'gh«tta. as Trust** for JertxiMi 1_
I'ghctta under th* last Will and Tc-taaaeat i*
Giovanni B. I'ghet-. late of so Town of Rose'>.
County of Union and Slat* of New Jersey, -ie
cea-ed. as creditors. legat***. next of kia cr
otherwise, send great trg You and each of j»
are hereby cited asd required personally to t*
and appear before our Surrogate of the County
of New York, at th« Surrvfate * Court of said
County, held at the Ball of Records to t**
County of N«w York on the _3ta day of January.
l»l.». at half-past tea o'clock in th* torenooa ..;
that day then and th*r* Ss attend a }_dtc_U
■ettlement of the account of procewdlsss* of Pwtar
U I'ichMtt-. am Trust** fur Jturom* U. L'ghetta
under the last Will and Testament or OtovSjnsU
B. I*gh«tta. deceased, and such of you as are
hereby cited, a* are under the age «* rw*wry *as>
year-, are required to appear by your g--r<itan.
If you have one. or If you have. non«. to appear
and apply for one to a* appointed, or in ta*
•vent \.f >our neglect or failur. to do so. *
all Pin will k* appo*»t*>i by the 'flaw isjbssi «s>
represent and act fur you In the pr©e««dtsg.
In Testimony Whereof. w* har« caused th* Seal
of the Surrogates* Court of th* said Couarv of
New York to b* in r sun to a Axed. w>
[1.. S. ) ness. Han- John P. Cohalan. a Sur
' resjate of our said county, at th->
County of New York, th* Tth day of December.
In th* year ot our Lord «as thousand am* hun
dred and nine. DANIEL J. POWD.NET.
Clerk of the Surrogates' Oat
PHILLIPS * AVERT. Attorneys for Petition*-.
• 41 Par- Bo» ilaah-tun. New Torn city.
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