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Investments
For substantial investment there
is no form which meets with
greater popular favor than the
better class of railroad and indus
trial corporation bonds.
The advantages combined in
such issues include:
Security of Principal and Interest;
A fair rate of Income;
Easy conversion into Cosh: and
An opportunity to appreciate in Value.
We shall be glad to furnish copy
of our Pamphlet No. 168 B. con
taining a list of all the active rail
road and industrial corporation
bonds listed upon the New York
Stock Exchange, giving their net
return at present prices, their
range in price since 1906, with
other details. '« /
Potter, Choate & Prentice
Members New Tork Sleek. Exchange
BANKERS
Tel. «2«ft Broad 55 Wall Street
NEW TORK
Hew York State
Tax Exempt 4s
and other Tax Exempt Bonds
Price en application
N. W. HARRIS & CO
BANKERS
Pins Street, Comer William
KEW YORK
Wells Fargo
Stock and Rights
Dealt in
W« ha*-» c>":J markets 1p unlisted and Inactive
e»-turltle- ami respectfully invite inquiries!.
J.K.Riee,Jr.&€o.
Phones 7460 to 7466 Hanover. 33 "Wail St.. T . T.
V.I DEAL IV THE STOCK OF
The Butte Electric
& Power Co.
Hallowell & Henry
Ttl. Broad 4996. 52 Beaver St.
R. L. DAY & CO.,
37 Wall St., 35 Congress St.
NEW YORK BOSTON
HIBHGBADE INVESTMENT BONDS
Municipal end Railroad
Members New York and
Boston St-.' Exchanges
BONDS
I Pint 3,000 copies of our recently i
■ !-sued WALL CARD OF CONVERT"- j
■ BLE BONDS have been exhausted by
B requests from Banks and Investors. A
jM new supply will be received and 1 dis-
X trjbuted u-Ithin a few days.
gj This Card lists all issue?, showing
* price and time of conversion, rule for
g fi-rurlng price at which It is profitable
■ to convert, etc. Sent free to Banks,
E Brokers and Investors.
I SWARTWOUT & APPEKZELUR
B Members New Tork Stock Exchang*. I
1 44 Pln« Street, Xew York. ,
Amer. Dist. Tel. of N. J.
Amer. Brake Shoe Securities
American Brass
|k Internat. Nickel Securities
JDu Pont Powder Securities
* Oregon Short Line 4s, 1929
Hannibal and St. Joe 6s, 1911
Dealt In.
S. H. P. PELL & CO.
Members New Tork Stock Exchange.
Dealers in Unlisted and Inactive Securities,
Tel 7&65-*-7-$-9 Hanover. 43 Exchange PI.. N.y.
Warren W.Erwin & Co.
Members Consolidated Stock Exchange of X.Y.
Investment Bankers,
54-56 Broad Street. New York.
Wm.A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St, N. Y.
BOSTON CHICAGO BALTIMORE
BlSK&ROBINS 0 1 j
GOVERNMENT BONDS
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
New- York Boston Chicago
PROPOSALS.
CITY OF NEWARK. U. J.
Si, 120,008 School Bonds.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Comptroller of the City of Newark,
New Jersey, until 12 o'clock noon on
Thursday, the 10th day of February,
nineteen hundred and ten, at his office In
the City Hall. City of Newark, New
Jersey, for the purchase of any or all
of an issue of bonds as follows:
$1,120,003 OF SCHOOL BONOS,
Dated December 31, 1909.
They will be fifty-year bonds and bear
Interest at the rate of four per cent per
annum, and will contain a clause giving
the City of Newark the option to pay
the same at any time after forty years
from their date. They will be issued as
coupon bonds, with right of registration
as to principal or principal and interest.
No bid will be accepted for lets than
par and accrued interest-
Circulars giving conditions governing
bids and particulars respecting the
financial condition of the City will be
mailed upon request.
J. H. HVIIHI.KK. Comptroller,
(it> Hall, NfVark, N. J.
MEETINGS.
OrSce of the Maryland Coal Co/npany.
No. 1 iircadway. N<w York. January ",tn. 15*10
The annual meeting cf th* Maryland Coal
Ccmpany for th* eiect.ot of a President ar.d'ten
Directore. end for such other -business as may
coroe fcefor* the rrtetirg. will be held at the
*.S"* of th« Company. No. 1 Broadway. New
Tcrk. ca Tutsaay. February Ist, 1&10. at Eleven
Transfer book- will »>lot9 en Janus 20- }> at
thre« P. It., and reop«r or. the morning of
February 2nd. 1610.
H. B. VBDHAM. gecretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN
InctltutP. Tbundey. Feb. Z. 1910. at 19 West
4<th t-t . 8P m R. a. DAYTON slc'y
BANK EXCHANGES AND SALES.
The bank exchanges of the New York
Clearing House and the stocks sold on the
New York Stock Exchange last week and
in the name week of the preceding two
years compare as fol»ows:
Jn. 29. '10. Jan. 30. '09. Feb. 1 r, s
ExcfcK»f2,43t».763.o^» JI.S&VOIS.IM $1,340,131,393
tea. 1-..4 i.u'i.^W i.iOc.b'J) 2, €27 613
FINANCIAL iIAHRET
LOW STOCK PRICES.
Money Rates Easy, but Out
look Does Not Favor Year
of Low Quotations.
Prices of stocks in the last year
reached a level altogether out of propor
tion to the price of money and the re
turn on investments, while last week the
general average of the leading railroad
and industrial issues declined to a point
that encouraged some investment buy
ing and Indicated on the surface a sell
ing movement no* justified by known
conditions governing the actual worth
of American securities.* Some Stock Ex
change interests assert that the current
downward tendency in prices fore
shadows the development of an un
settled trade situation, but outside of
Wall Street no proof can be found that
the revival of industrial activity that
marked the course of 1909 is about to be
followed by business depression. It is
true that there is a certain amount of
unrest among the laboring element, and
that the high cost of living, with the
growing revolt against abnormal prices,
has caused some irregularity in business.
Moreover, weather conditions in certain
parts of the country have interfered
with the distribution of goods and have
increased the expenses of the transporta
tion companies, while false ideas fostered
in the speculative community regard
ing the attitude of the administration
at Washington toward industrial com
binations have created a little uneasi
ness in business circles over the future.
Fundamental factors, however, have not
changed for the worse, and the larger
number of business men in the larger
number of business centres see nothing
in the outlook that should discourage
capital from moving into American in
dustrial enterprises.
Careful observers of stock market
movements find in the speculative ex
cesses of the last year the chief reason
for the decline that has been under way
since January 1. The sequel of the
gross manipulation of 1909 is found in
the collapse of securities prices, and
from the movements . of the week just
closed market followers are justified in
the theory that the bull manipulation of
recent months is being succeeded by
similar operations on the bear side .of
speculation. And it may be well to re
mark at this juncture that people who
now sell stocks short that they do not
own are practically in the same position
as the operators who bought stocks on
small margins at the high points of 1909.
The market was overbought last year,
while it now appears to be oversold.
The public is not much of a factor in
speculation at the moment, and the lack
of outside buying at current attractive
prices can easily be traced to the fear
on the part of the outsiders that they
are not even offered a gambler's chance
in a speculation that is allowed to de
velop into the most flagrant sort ■of
juggling with prices. The Stock Ex
change can prevent wash sales if it
makes up its mind to do so. And wash
sales— in other words, fictitious transac
tions made to advance or depress quota
tions—are the foundation of Stock Ex
change evils. Practices that make pos
sible stock market scandals can be ef
fectively killed, and it is to be hoped
that the present investigation by the
Stock Exchange authorities of the Hock
ing Coal episode will result in the
strengthening of the Stock Exchange
machinery in the interest of legitimate
speculation.
Prices last week did not ra'ly well
from bear attacks. Stocks bought by
prominent banking interests to prevent
demoralization came out on all advances,
and in the absence of a public demand
professional traders exerted pressure in
all parts of the list, with the effect of
bringing actual holdings from sources
where surface indications in the mar
ket rather than underlying conditions
affecting intrinsic values exercised a
preponderating influence. Wall Street
worked up a scare over investigation of
corporations by the Department of Jus
tice at Washington, and despite reassur
ing statements from the White House
that nothing was intended beyond the
recommendations contained in the Presi
dent's recent message on the Interstate
Commerce Commission and the anti
trust law, which involved nothing of a
disturbing character, no attempt was
made by the larger interests to estab
lish the market on a stable basis that
might have appealed to public operators.
Bear speculators found another argu
ment for lower prices in the Paris flood,
though the markets abroad failed to
show any unsettlement %as a conse
quence of the serious disaster at the
French capital. Doubtless the destruc
tion to property in France and the in
evitable reduction for a time in that na
tion's power of production will be re
flected in the international money mar
kets and result in the withdrawal of
seme French capital invested abroad, but
bankers who are well informed regard
ing the financial position of the French
people do not anticipate enormous ship
ments of gold from the United States.
Real values in the United States will
not be lessened because of the affliction
of the French, and no possible reason
can be advanced for the /sale of our
stocks and bonds by domestic holders.
Indeed, at current quotations our high
grade securities are well worth buying.
Local bank reserves are strong, and
call money was put out last week as low
as 1% per cent. The fact that monoy
is now relatively cheap here encourages
the expectation of a flow of gold to
Europe, especially in view of the prob
ability of a material strengthening in
money rates at Paris, Berlin and Lon
don and the absence in the local ex
change market of a large supply of com
mercial bills. The money situation at
home and abroad is quite likely to be
complicated as a consequence of the
Paris floods, which some authorities be
lieve will rank near the San Francisco
earthquake in the extent of property de
stroyed. The United States imported
upward of $100,000,000 gold in the year
of the San Francisco trouble Last year
this country sent more than that amount
to Europe and South America in settle
ment of actual balances against us,
without disturbance in our money mar
ket, but shipments in proportion this
year certainly would be accompanied by
a much higher price for loan accommo
dation than the average level of 1909,
while they might be effective in hasten
ing currency reform in the United
States. In spite of the ruling low level
of call money there is no reason to
change the opinion frequently expressed
in this column that 1510 is not to be a
year of cheap loan quotations. In all
probability the government soon will
come into the market for money, the
mercantile demand, if based on present ,
indications in the business world, will
become more active in the course of the
next few months, and the inquiry from
corporations desiring to make large cap
ital expenditures as a result of growing
industrial activity soon will be more of
a factor in the . market. And if the
Stock Exchange reforms itself there
ought to be a gradual increase in the
demand for loans against speculative
commitments in securities.
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
j ! {Flß'll
Baits. I Bonds. I High. j Low. \ Jan.) Net
I I I 29. |chga
.- 100 U S 4s Coup 1025) 115* 4 116% 116*; +1
- • •-> Japanese 4V^s ( »£ 9514 fiftC + \
11*0000 do 2d ! 96 i b4Vi 94"»i+ %
-00 do 4s SS 7*7 * 881,4; 88% +»i
14000 Hep of Cuba 55.. 103' i 103% !03?i — H
SfM'j. do 4 1 £s. ... m 1 Bm l OS 1 +1.
400y U6 of Mcx ■».., OSJi Oa'sj s,S',4 —ft
'NEAT-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JANUARY 31 1010.
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
• 1 ~~ [ T~ lElrrir,' "
Sales. Bond*. flight Low. jan.|.l»et
■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ ~ 29. I cnga
420001 dO is A I 85* e3«-i 05% + 4
UtfXK) do B 05% 95% to%
4TOOO Argentine Cs Rets 9G& Bt>H 96* + H
12000 Sao Paulo 55.... 97 9C»4 87 + %
10000 Va 6e Defd Ctf«. 60 : 80 80 +1
41000 NYC 4^s IBST. 1084 108 10SH — 4
69000 do New... ww. 10$ i* 107* lOBW —-H
0000 : do 4s 105t 99^ CBVi 984 — H
11000 do 1858 99% 99% 9U% + %
837000 do 195» «OVs 994 094 >
41000 do Rets M>% 99U 90 I,;—1 ,;— 4
«000 Am Ice Sec 65.. T2 72 72
28000 Adams Ex 44.,.. 92 92* 02^ 1— %
10000 Alb & SUBq 345. 984 97 97 —1
5000 Alleg &\V 46... 09% ?»94 — d»4
90000 Allis-Chalm Gs. . . • 694 52Vi 82% —«4
7*ooo Am Ak Chum PS. Hl'JVlOlVi 102»i
8000 j Am Cot Oil 4^a. o'ii. 97 97 + 4
80001 Am £> & Imp 6s. 108 10S ! 108 —X'
11000 Am H & L 65... 1014 1014 10*4 — -*
SOOO Am Spirits <ss . . 03 96 98
851000 Am T& T Cvt 4b 103 1014 1024 —a i
11000 do Col 48 924 02% 9841—4
103000 Am Tob 6s lOGViIOG"* 106%! + »4
144000 do 4s. 77 I 7C4 77
8000 Ann Arbor Ist 4s 79 77« i 79 + %
62000 ' Armour 44« 934 92 92\ —"»
16000 AT& S F AdJ 4s 944 94U »4>4 —*4
2SO0O! do St d 544 94H 944 — 4
147000 do Gen 4s 100% 99"« 100 — %
880000 do Convt 5s HS>i|ll6 117^—1
224000 do Convt 45... 117 1164 11G<-j — 14
1000 do D«b J 95** oS*i \ PS T il
41000 do TS L 45.. ,P4'- S 94 84% — U
250i.)0|At Coast 4s 95% 95 95 j4- \"
168000 do L. & X 45. . 03 i 91-4 93 + *
115000 B& O Gold 45.. 100' i i OS 5 * 100 . +1%
2000 do Reg- 90' i P9'i 994 +1
23000 do PLB&WV 4s P:!"i 924192% I— 4
12000 do Prior 3 1 is.. 82% 92*1,; «2"-» +*»
S4OOO do Swn 34?- 91 904 1 90414- **
1000 do Re*.. 9041 W*| 90 1 - |+ 14
69000 Beth Steel f-8.... 88% S7 l i SS** — 4
41000 B&7thAvlstConss 101*4 101 101 —I
27R000,8k1n Rap Tr 4s. 84 1 ,, 824 £4 — 4
19000 Bkln Un El Ist. 102% 1 101% l 102 —1
41000 Bkln In Gas se. 107 107 107 — %
40001 8 C R&K CT 5s 114 114 114 — %
6000 i Buffalo Gas 55... 6t>>* 6641604
£000 C So Ist Ext 6a. 104"» 104% 104**1 —l i
♦VlO do 2d 101% 101% 101% I
8000 Cent Br Ry 45... 94% W4i 94»jl+ 4
2000 Cent Br U P 4s. 80 "I S6 86 |— 24
13000 Cof Ga Con 55.. 108% 108% 108^,|
1000 do Ist Inc $74 67Vi 874!+ 4
10000 do Stpd 88 88 88 +1
75000 ; do 2d Inc 82 81 SI — 4
2000 do 3d In? S">4 804 So^ — 4
ISOOO do Stpd 61 SO4I 81 —14
lUOOO Cent Leather ss. 9fi"& i 99' 8 9f>% — %
6000 C of N J Gen 5s 125% 124VJ 125% I -*- %
124000 Cent pac Gtd 4s 9714' 97 9"V -<- 'i
170001 do S- 2 s 894 SO 8941— 4
76000 <3oTSL4s... 63»4 92^ 9241—
5000 C& O Con 03... 114 113T 3 114 |
20000! do Gen 44s 10251 ! 1024 i M>2?i + U
3000 do 6s 1911 1014:1014 101% — 4
2000 doß&AlstCon4s 97V. I 97U 97i; — —
1000 do 24 4s 93 I 93 93 —
14000 Chic & Alt 3V,s. 74 78* 74 I—4
15000 i do 3s 77 75 75 |
2000 C&E I let Con 6s 127 127 127 +1
60(Xi| do R & Imp 4s 86 Ss?i m |
2000 C&N* TV Gen 3«s ES-ii S9 3 ; 59«4i4- «i
19000 c&TV I Con 4s. »2»i 92? i 02% |
C6OOO CB & Q Gen 4s 99 98% 98% — %
313000 do Joint 4s 97 4 96% 96% —l »
5000 do Reg. 834 ' 96' a 96M>! 4- 4
2000 do Deb 5s ... 101% i 100 " 1015* — %
15000 j do 111 Dlv 4s . 100% ; 100% 100% 1+ %
5000 do 34s 88? ii 88% 88% — U
SSOOO| do Neb Ext 4s. 100 | 994 i 88% I— 4
2000 C I & L Ref 6s. 128% 128% 128H — %
45000 CM&St P4s 1934 93% | 93% 93% + 4
126000 do Gen 4s A... 1004 100 (1004 — 4
1000 1 do C&M Rlv 5s llOLi ! 110>4 110U I +7%
?.0.X)0!C RI & P G«n 4s i 08% OS% ! PS% — 4
231000 do Ref 4s 91V. 90% 91% — 4
497000 i do R R43 80% ■ 79% I 80 |— %
40001 do Cl Tr ss. ... 10241102% 102 1 + %
1000 CSt P & M Ist. 126% 1 128% 128 i — 4
2000 C St p M & O 6s 126"i 126% 126% — %
16000 Col &So Ist 4s. 07 96% 96% —] »
174000 do Ref<S-Ext4i,s! ,98 97-% &S + %
119000 1 Col Ind 55... ... 82 180 60^1 — 1
20000 Col Mid let 45.. 80% 1 80 80 — H
1000 Col &H v 45... I 95 j95 9."> |— 3*4
3000 1 Com Tunnel 45.. 20U 20 20
27000 Corn Pr 5s 1934. 93»i 934 93% — 114
SSOOO D & H Convt 4s 10i)%' 99»j,i100
41000 do Ref 4s j 100 I 99% 100
5000 do Perm Dlv 7s 120% 120% 120% + %
1000 D <fc R G Con 44e 104% 104% 104% +I*4
50000 1 do Ref 5s 94 : 93% ! 94
1000 do Imp 5s 1024 1024 102i£ —14
4000 D M&FtD Gtd 4a 91»i 91*4 91?; - -4
SOOOIDet & M Gold 4s 91 i9l 91 —1%
3000 Dct Edison 55... 100% 100% 100% I '*
17000 ! Dist Sec Cor os.. 72il' 72% 72 : 4 — %
6000 E T V&G Dlv 4s. 110 \ 110 1 110 |
5000 (So Con Ist 53.. I 113 1113 113 I— l 4
1000 Ed El NT Cvt 5s 100U 1 100% 100% | + %
30000 Erie Ist Con 4s. . 86% 83 185 —1
10000 do Gen 4s 75% i 76% 75*4 — %
30000 do CM 43 A. . 79 | -fi 1 -: 78%— %
52000 do B 71H 71 |71 — 1
14000 do Pa Cl Tr 4s 86% | 86% 8641— %
5000! Flint & P M 6s. I 112% 112% 112% %
l? 000 Ft -TV. & D C Ist 113% 112% 11341— %
13000 Ft W& R G Ist. SO 180 86
40000 iG & A Ist Con 5s 104 " : 104 104 —24
13000 Gen El Deb 55.. 144 142 ! 144 • +' U,
37000 Gr Bay Deb 8.. I.W ! 14% ! 15% !— %
6000 H&St J Con 6s 102 102 102 1+ %
4000 Ha y El Ry 55... 93 93 |93 |
8000 Housatonlc 55... . 116 116. 116 1—24
1000 H& T C Gen 4s. 94 194 94 |
1000 1 I D & TV Ist Es. 105% j 1054 1 105% + 4
2000 111 Cent 4s 1902. 100% 106% 100% — %
37000 1 do Ref 4s 99% 98% I 99% + 4
1000 do 3Us 92 I 92 92 I+2
1230000 Int-Met 41-s 82 SO 814!— 4
16000 ; Int RT 6s 103 ' 103 103% |— %
12000 do 55... 103%:i0£% 103% 1— %
24000 I&G X2d Ctfs! 109 107% 109 +1%
20000 ! Int Paper 6s .... ; 1044 ' 104% ! 1044 ! — %
1000 do 53.......... I ST. !85 85 I—2
1000 Int Steam P 55.. 9-) 90 90 —5%
15000 lowa Cent Ref 4s i 75 ■ 74V, 75 "
13000 KCFS &M 4s 82 So=l{ 80% —1%
40000 Kan City So ss. 102% 1021-102%!— 4
192000 do 3s 73% 73% 73% |— %
1000 Ken Cent 4s 97 i 97 97 I
9000 :: lackaI acka Steel 55. . ■ 99%( 99 99 1-^—
"QOOiLac Gas Ist 55.. 1034! 103 103 I+B
23000 L S&M S Deb 48 95% j 94% I 05>4[— — .
32000 do 4s 1931..... 94 1 -.! 944! 044'— «4
5000 do SUs 92 91% j 91%!+ 4
10<XK) do JRe:? 90% I 90% 90% — %
2000 L&lf V Ist ss. 95 '95 195 I—l%
1000 L&W B Gtd 4VjS lf>o% 100% 100% |— %
7000 L V NY Gtd 4%* 108% 108% 108% 1 +1%
2000 Leh Val Term 5s 115% ' 115% 115% |— %
24000 LAv& P F Ist. 97 I 96% 97 —2
2000 L. I Ref 4s 98 ) 98 | 93 |
CSOOO L& N Unif 45.. 99% 99i.A 1 994!— %
2000 do AX& C4s 94% 94% 94% — %
15000 M& N Ist Con 6s 108% 105% 1105%1 105% — %
1000 ! Man Con 4s 97% I 97% 97%!
87000 do Stpd 99% 99% | 99% 1
74000 Marine 4%? 60 1 -. : 65% 68% |— %
3000 MSt Ry Gen ss. I 78% 75% 78% — 4
1COOO : do Ref 4s Stpd 51 |51 51 1—2%
46000, Max Cent Con 4s 97% 1 97% I 97% + %
20000 ' Mof X J Ist Cs. 101 101 101 — %
1000 Mil Gas 4s 91% 91% 91% |— %
2000 M&St L Ref 4s 81% 81% 61% | +7%
4000 MSP&SSMIstCn 4 100 i 0!) 7 8 | 99 7 si+ %
25000 Mo K& T Ist 4b 99% 99% 99% — 4
4000 do 2.1 87 56% 86"»|— %
3000 do Ref 4s I 84 S4 I 84 |
23000 do S F 4%s I 90 59%! 90
6000 do Ext 56 I 104 104 104 I—l
1000 MK&Tof Tss 105 105 105 + %
5000 Mo P Ist Co n 63 110 110 110 |
7000 do Trust 55... 101% 101% 101% + 4
28000! do 4s 81% I 80% 81% + %
8400"? do Cvt 5s Ist p 05% 95% 95%'— ft i
14S000 do full pd 05% 1 05% 95% + %
2000 M& O &=n 45... 90 \B9 iB9 — 1
4000 Mor &Es Ist 7s. 111% ; 111% 11141— %
2000 I do Ist Con 7s. 114% 111 I 111 —3%
1000 X C & StL Ist 7s I 110% 110% 1 110% + %
6000 Nat E & Stp sa. »7 '97 97 |
2200.0 NRRof MlstCon4s 83% 824 53% + %
S4OOOO N Rys of M 4%S 95 J 94% 94% + %
4000 i do Gen 4s. ...I 90% 89 89 + %
1000 N O Ry Lt 41-28.; 87 I 87 87
16000 V Air B 65... I 113 109% 109% —3%
34000 NYC Deb 1934. 95% i 95% 95% 1
34000 j do Gen 3%s ! 91% j9l 01%|+ %
53000 do L S Col 3Vs 81% 81 81% 1 4- %
16000 X V C & St L. 4s 100% 1 100 100 \
3000 do Deb 4s 91% 90% 91% + 4
10000 X V Dock 45.... 05% 94 94 |4- %
1000 X Y&Q EL&P 5s 101% 101% 1 101% +2%
12000 : NYG&ELH&P os '. 102% ! 1024 ! 102%
16000 do 4s 841-.I 83%' 84% 1+ %
130000 NYNH&H Deb 6s | 134% 1 134% 134% i /
190000 [ do Convt 3%5. | 101 % 1 100% ' 100% | — %
6000 do Deb 1055... I 96 i 054 i 96 |+ %
17000 X V O&W Ref 4s 97% 96% 07% 1— %
74000 XV T 4%s Rets. 98%! 98 I 98% i— —
63000 X & W Con 45.., 99,.■ ■ 98% 99 I
25&000 do Convt 45... 101% 99% l<ili 4 %
6000 do Div 4s 92" s ! 92% 02% \— 4
17000 do PC& C4s 89% 89% 60% — %
82000 Nor Pac Gen 3s. 74 73% 73% — %
61000 do 4s i 102 1101i 2 101% — %
55000 do Reg I 101 1 101 ' 101 + %
ISOOO OR & X Con 4S 97% 96% 97%
fiOOO'O Sh L. Ist t0... 118% 116% 116% 4- %
60001 do Ist Con ss. i 118% 113 113% + %
60000 do Gtd Ref 4s. | 94 i 93%! 94 I — %
2000 Pac Coast. Ist 5s 103 108 108 — %
1000 l ac of Mo Ist.. 100% [100% 100%
47000 Pa c T& T 55... 99% 98% 1(9 — %
28000 1 Per.n Ccnvt 3%5. 100% 1 100% 100% | + %
621000 do 3%s 1915 95% |»6 j 96% 1 4- %
13000 r do 4s 194* ... I'>4VlO4 : H > ,IG4M+ %
7000: do Gtd Gold 4s 98% 98 98% |+ %
5000 do 3%s 1941... 90% 1 {«)% 90%;
2000 Peo & E Ist 93% 1 93% 93% — %
0000 do Inc «5 65 65
34000 > M Ref 4s 7*}g 78% 78^ + li
2000!pCC&St L 4%8 A I'!?",,*' 107% 107% — 4
7000 do B ! 107% ; 107% 107% I + %
40000' Reading Gen 45.. I' 99% 09% 9941 •
12OOO',Rep I & Stl 55.. I 103% : 103% 1 103% |— —
1000! Rich & D Con 4s »108 108 10S
12000 do Deb 5s 107% i 1064 j 107% + %
22000 : Rio G W Ist ... 04% 93 93—1%
1000! dr. Cl Tr 4s 84 184 84 + U
5000 R W& Ok 55... I 109 1 109 109 —i,
1000 [St J& G I Ist.. 94 !94 194
3000 StLIMt&S Gen ss l 109% 109% 109% — %
25000 do Ref 4s I 85* i 84% 84% + %
7000 j do Riv & G 4b. I 87% 87% i 87%!— %
83000 StL&SFRRGen 6s 88% 1 88% 88% — %
95000 do Ref 4s I 84 ' 83% &3% — %
2000 do Cc:, 4s. . 90 !{m 00 —1%
5000 St L Sn-n Ist 4s. 93%! 93% 93% + %
X.OX) ■■ do Con 4s I 78% 78 78 — %
10000 St P M & M 41 is] 107% 107% 107% + 4
10000 do Dak Ext (5s IC'.% 101% 101%- + 4
14000 do Mont Ext 4s| 09 ( 98% 1 09 |+ *%
35000 8A& A P 45... 87% 87% 87% + %
25000 SAL Gold 4s Stpd 83% 83% 83% — %
51000 do Ref 5s 99% 99% 994!—%
fir/100 So Pac Cl Tr 4s. 94% 92% 94% +1%
116000 do Ist Ref 45.. 94% 94% 94% — %
1995000 do Convt 45... 103% 101% 103 — U
6000 South Ry Ist ss. 109 107% 108 I— l"
131000 do Gen 4s. .1 80% SO ' 80%:— 14
1000 do M&O Ccl 4s 89% 88% 1 BO7ii+ %
6000 T C I & R Gen As 1 104% 104% i 104UI+ %
4000 An Birm 6s 107 107 107 "+1
1000 do Term 65.... 107 107 107 I — — ,
4000 T As Et L Con 5s 114% 114% 114%|— 1%
60001 do 4%s 1 107% 107%|10T%!+ %
3000 Tex & OUla Ist.. 103% i 105% i 105% |+ 4
10000 1 Third Aye lbt 6s 108 108 1108 ' — 4
55000! do Con 4s | 69 67% «7 —2'
141000 do Etpd 67% 65% 65% —1
1000 do Reg 63 63 63
11000 T6tL 4TV 45.. 80%! 80% 80% — %
59000 do Col 45... . 85% SS%| £8%
WOO do 3%s 89% E9U f9% + %
„2000 \Va6 Elec L 445. 84% 84% 84% —1
lO.W>» Union Pac Ist 4s 101% 101% 101% _ %
IWJOOI *° R*f 4b ... 97 99U 07% ?
ISOKiOO do Ccnvt ♦«.. 111% 10&% 110% —1%
2000 TT Ry of 8 F 4s. 72% 72 I 72% + %
20..0 URyof St L 48. *2% R2% 82% + 2
o ™:'' SR & Imp Cs 03% 92 192 —1%
1000 I' SR & Ref Bs. SS IRB iBB — -
81000 U S Rubber (Ib. . 104 103% 103T4 — %
'J2SSSSL do R« X 103% 108% 103%
837000 USSU B F 5».. 105% 104 105% + 4
3000 do Re 104 104% 104*2 —a,
8201)0 Va-Car Chem ss. ftfl 98 108 —
2000 Va Ie; * r -,8, 8 qqix MvM v w,\ + v
21C<»O Wabash Is! 55.. 111% 111% 111$ Z_?
J^iOO do 24 5b... ! 102 101% 108 — %
62*000 do Ref &Ex 4k i 73%! 72' 173 — 1
K/101 do net 4: C Bs. 107% 107% 107% —2%
.-.--•■ WP T Ist Ctf». 1 47- 45% 4.% -2
100001 do 21 ...„ 6'.,| 6»i|.Cli —Ji
Executor Trustee
Chartered 1822 *
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nob. 16, 18, 20 & ?2 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
LONDON, 18 Bisbopsg&te St. Within- PABIS, 41 Boulevard Haußsmann
Travelers' Letters of Credit, Foreign Exchange,
Administrator Guardian
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Following is the usual table giving the number of shares of all stock dealt In
last week, together with the highest, lowest and final prices of the week, the tinai
prices of a week ago, and the. closing prices of January 30, 1&09. the net changes of the
week, and the high and low prices in the year 1910, with the high and low prices in
the year 1900: '."■'
"No: Jan. JAcfl sales Jan. 20. Jan. J I H ange 1910 . ™W£»£
shares 30. High- Low-, 1910. 22, Net Hlcrh- Lew - "»S n \ «
sold. • jau9. eit. I est. | Final. 1910. Change.J_e3t : es^; «t. est.
l.eOOlAllis-Chalmers 144 13 ,s 12 13' i 13V* T- Ji £> k,. 5% 3 * *
700 j do preferred 46\ 47', 45« i«6 43 —- > j *«% ™* [&? s
290, W0 1 Amal Copper 73-S t3>-i 77\ 82 98% —1^ "f* 'i % mJ 3314
I.SOO Am Agrlc Chemical.. 37>4 45', 43 44* 46 I —I 1 **; .*? 4914 2«i2
18,500. Am Beet Sugar 22', 43 34 37 43', — «'» . *'* Jo OS * ti
800 do preferred 86M 82 60 PO 63% — 3? 4 •££*■ |" {?,. 7»i
13.800 1 American Can 7% 12H 10X 11>* 12',. - l*g IK ™* £}'• 71 i!
7.000 do preferred 73 75% 74 j76 li>\ —3H *}£] ™„ £?,. 4 J*
82.2501 Am Car & Fdry I 4SH »*»» «l»i 85 66H — li* J 2 >.' «T*£ 1S&I 107*
700 do preferred... 11l 118 116$; 118 117H + 4 llU» lK.* l £%£ 42^
6,075 Am Cotton Oil 61*» 62% 60 62 64% — 2*4 67V.,' .bO » <v£'* 205
65 American Express .. — 283 280 280 255 301 277]?! -.^ **>
600 Am Hide & Leather. 7Vi 7'i 6% 6T» 7U — ?i =BJi *>:i >- 34
4,950 do preferred 40 42 38* 3sH* 42% --3*» 47 •„ S*]i - 52£ «
6,670 Am lea Securities.... 21% 23M, 20», 23 23^ —1 2b% 20% 4-* *«'»
3.530 Am . Linseed 15 154 144! 14*, 15', — l'» IT* |*> f> V
2,600 do preferred »1% 42 SS 40% 43=, —314 $>;* 3S 4.% j»
14,200 Am . Locomotive 55", 544 M 62\ 64^ -1* «2>» 50 69 4 io9'-i
550 do preferred 112' i 112% 112 112» 113 —Si 115 112 122 IW».*
1.600 American Malt 7% 6*4 s*» «V» " — \ < L ,{•* ii^ 1 «
2,010 do preferred 47 36% 34 3<J4 87 — 4 41^ 33 •». «*
156,200 American Smelting. .. S3i; fl4-» 88% P214 95 —2% \ 104 £B*4 I<£4 «<.*
3,700 do preferred., f. ... 101-*» 10&«* 1074 100H 1094 II?** 107*2 llg* ao *
800 do preferred 8.... ! 82* 88* SS", 894 69 + M 90» BS!i »- ■»
3.200 Am Steel Foundry... 36 63 60 604 64 —34 £6 ,#> i^a? 11 v
11,100 American Sugar 129 122? i 118% 122 121% +/» 123H };},&* % ]]?*
100 do preferred - 1204 1204 13>'i 1214 . — l & s 1224 131 11»
13.305 Am Tel & Tel 1254 i:S7»i 135 1374 137% — l « 141-4)135 1404 ."
1/JOO Am Tobacco pref. .'.. 92 934 &2y, 934 93 +4 &** %%* 1 %. rkT 4
4.623 American W*)len.... 25»4 304 33 36% 334 + 2T» 37^ 324 *«4 -^
1.830 do prefer^ 94"! 101% 99. 101 102 — 1034, £>9 I«J% pi*
66.120 Anaconda 43 52% 49 51 14 514 +4 M 49 WU g%
115.600 Atchlson ' 99 118* 114% 116*; 118% —2 1244 11^? }%% ***
2,840 do preferred 101% 103* 103^: 1034 103T4 — % 104.4 1034 106% iw'i
3.100] Atlantic Coast Line.. 1084 1304 1254 1- 1<: , 131 —24 If. 4 1254 1434 10.4
18,750 BalUmore & 0hi0.... 11l 116% 11441 .116% 1 116% — 4 ll» l 4 "£.? l^* ™&»
300 do preferred 93* 94 94 Mi 94 M 92,, »C 91
/ 570!Batopilas Mining ... 3 34 3 3% 34 — l » 34 3 54 £»
1,400 Bethlehem Steel 23% 31 30 30 32. —2 34 30 36/* 18*
700 1 do preferred 52 64 62 64 65 — 1 . 65 62 694 *L
34,460 Bklyn Rapid Transit. 684 744 70*» 73 74»s —14 .*H4 '0»4 i^ ii«
2.300 Bklj-n Union Gas.... US 154% 150 151 158% -7% 1644 150 164 IIS
200 Brunswick 14 154 15 15 15 184 15 214 13
100 1 Buff P.och & Pitts.. — 105 -105 105 101- +4 106 101 105 90
730 'Butterick Company 30 33 32 324 33 — i 33 32 3. -3 A
4.590 Canadian Pacific..... 171 1804 177"i ISO ISO 4— 4 1824 177 ■» 159% 165
100 Cen &So Am Te1.... — 119 119 119 116 +3 119; 116 115 105
33.500 Central Leather 30 43 535 3 354 41 ■ 444 — 3«; * 8 % 3&4 M% S^4
2,059 do preferred 1014 107 106 1O6»4 107% —14 JOSTi 103 HI *?*
220; Central of N J 230 3'» SCO 300 308 —8 312 300 3234 21»
101.275 . Chesapeake & Ohio.. 61% 864 80% 85 87 —2 92 80% 91% 55%
2.040 Chicago & Alton 61 61 57 T 60 80%' — % 66% 6.% 74% 57%
7.750 Chic Gt West new.. — 32% 30 314 32% -1% 36!» 30 ||S 314
100 do preferred — 59% 55% 59%' 59 7 4 — >* 6441 594 64% 58%
82.400|Chic Mil &St Paul.. 1454 14ST4 145 V* 1454 148% — % 158% 1 145% | 1654 141
2.835 do preferred 166 167% i 1654 165% 1674 —1% 172%, 16a4 187 1584
6,075 Chicago & Northwest. 174 159% j 155% 158% 159% —1% 1824 133 1 * ; 1954 1734
100 Chic St PM & 0.... 155 150 150 150 150 j 150 145 • 167 148
200 Chic Union Traction. 6 44 4 4 44—4 5% 44 T 3«
200 do preferred 16% 1 10* 10 10 104 — 4 IS* 94 Is 1 * '%
1.600 CCC& StL 69 j 78* 77 774 79%! —1% 82% 77 834 68
39.030 1 Colorado Fuel & Iron SO 45 36 39% ( 454 —5- 50 36 53 29
400 do preferred I — I 113 112% 112% l 1124 — % 120 1124 115 67
3,300 Colorado & Southern. 61 59 I 56 574 594 — 2 62U 56 -. 68% 61
1.920 do Ist preferred.... 81 814 81 814 81% + V 4 82% 80 St> 76V,
1.300 do 2d preferred 79 804 80 804 804 81 80 .844 «3**
9.490 Col & Hock C & 1... 24% 22% 124 14 i 23 J — © 924 12* 914 21%
88,100 Consolidated Gas... 121H 150 140".; 145 150 f —5 160% 140% 165% 1144
8,793 Corn Products Ref... IS% 20% 18% 19% 20* —14 23% 1&% 264 If*
1.075! do preferred 75 84 82% S3 84% —1% 86% 82% 834 73%
Comstock Tunnel 30 .32 .27 .27 .33 —.05 .36 27 .37 .21
3,5351 Delaware & Hudson. 175 176 1714 175 175 — 185 1714 200 181%
10.950 Denver & Rio Grande 414 44% 394 43 45 — 2 52 394 54 37%
1.726 do preferred SI 804 79 794 81 —14 84 79 90 794
41 Detroit United RR. 56 63 " 624 65 66 66 61 71% 56
8.700 Distilling Securities.. 36% 34% 31 7 *| 32 34% —2% 36% 31"i 41% j 324
800 Dul- So Shore & Atl. 174 15% 14% 1 15% 15 + % 18% 14% 21 14%
2,350 do preferred..: 30 28 26 27 294 —24 I 34% 26 364 28
150 Dv Pont Powder — 86 86 86 874 —14 86 . 86 88 ) &■*
36,930 Erie 30% 304 27 .! 29% 31% —14 34% 27T» 89 22%
6.550 do Ist preferred 45% 494 46 46% 484 — l*g 524 46 56% 2t>4
1,200 do 2d preferred 354 37 354 364 37% —1% 41% 354 46 2&4
400 Federal M& S pref. — 85 53% 83% 85 —1% 8S 83% 1 94 SO
135 General Chemical ■ — 994 994 99M; •94 • +54 994 94 95 61
351 -do preferred. — 105 103% ] 103% 104 — % 105- 103 108 954
5,510 General- Electric 152% 153V> 150 153 1554 —24 160% 150 172% 150*, s
48,650 ! Gt Northern pref 140% 137 131% 1364 135% 4-1% 143 130% 157% 136%
17,650 do ore certificates. 714 744 70 ! 74* 76 —1% 804 70 884 654
400! Havana Electric Ry. 39% 944 824 944 BS4 +6 044 884 103 39
250 do pf ex div 14 p c 84 . 944 944 9-44 9S^ —24 98 944 110 S3*
- ,100 Hocking Valley ctfs.. — 100. 106 I 106 108 — 118% 106 1 126 97
410 Homestake ' — 53% 83% 83% S3 —1% 85 81 1 93 73%
4.7Bo ; lllinois Central:-. ..... 144 i 144% 141% 144% 1 1454 — % 147 1414 162* 137
55,600 ! Interb-Metropolitan . 14% 22 20% 21% 224 — % 254 19% 25% 11%
41.300' do preferred 404 57% 53 56 SS>M, —2% 62% 53% 63% 36%
007 ' Internal Harvester... 62 1124 117* 121 122 — 125*4 1164 118% 62
600 do preferred 110% 125% 124 124 1264 —24 129 . 124 128 109%
i 1.400 International Paper.. 114 14 13% 134 14 — * -16 13% 19% .94
1.100 do preferred 534 57 54 57 I 554 +14 614 54 159% .. 47%
3.400 Internat Steam Pump 38% 49% 474 194! 50* — 1 54% 47* 54% • 83*
: 1.15.01 do preferred 82* 874 854 864! 87 — 4 90% 834 91% -£24
1. 825 Iowa" Central 294 24% 22 23% 25 —1% SO 22 36 26%
• 700 do preferred 57 44% 44 44% 47 —2% 54% 44 62 43
B.SSS Kan City Southern... 40% 39% 36% 35%! 40% — 2 44% 36% 50% 37
1.8001 do preferred 71% 69% 67' ! 7 ,] 69 T — 1 71 67 754 67%
21.100! Laclede as — 107% 1034 1 1054! 1074 —2 1164 1014 113% 104
600 i Lake Erie & Western — 224 22 I 224 I 23 — 4 25% 22 294 194
5001 do preferred 51% 60% 60 60% 61 — % 62% 60 64 48
200 Lonsr Island ' — 65 63 63 64 —1 69 63 71% 59
13.400 Louisville Nash... 121 1454 1434 146 148% —2% 159% 1434 1624 121
1,500 Mackay Companies.. 70 89 87 88 90 — 2 914 85 » 954 70
1.620 do preferred 704 77% 77, 774 77% 4- % 78% 764 77% 694
.100' Manhattan Beach.... — 3 3 3 3 3 3 5% 24
714 Manhattan Elevated. 149 137% 136% 137 138 — 1 13R4 1364 1534 137
800 Marine 8 1 7 6% 6% 6% — % 7*l 6% 0 5%
1,750 do preferred 244 214 20 20% 21% —1 24% 19% 27% 18%
750 Minneapolis &St L.. 56% 45% 45 45% I 47M. —1% 53% 45 65 51
5,035 Minn St P&S SM. 142% 137 133* 136% 137% — 1 142* 130% 1494 1324
650 do preferred........ 152% 154 I 152 I 154 153% + % 154 150 1644 147
100 do Leased Lines... — I 91% 91%! 91% 92 — % 92%! 91% 94 89
37,800 Mo Kan & Texas 41% 45 I 414 1 43 45% .— 2% 5141 414 504 354
600 do preferred 73% j 72 ! 694 71 I 73% —2% 74% 69U 78% 71
17,700 Missouri Pacific. 69 70% 674! 694' 70% — 1% 72% 66 774 65
■ 3001 X & Chat ex d 3 p c — 131 I 130 130 I 135% —2% 139 130 142 122*
850 National Biscuit 103 112 ! 1094 110 113%! — ?.% 115 1094 120 964
215! do preferred ll!>. 123 ! 123 I 123 125 I — 2 I 125 123 130 1184
3,150 Nat Enameling &S. 13 25% 22* 24 25% —1% 254 224 30% 12%
500 do preferred — 95 94% 95 96 I — 1 964! 94% 994 82
13.135 National Lead 7S 864 80 I 844 864 — 2 89% 80- 94 71%
200 do preferred 107 110 109%! 110 107 -4- 3 1104 107 113% 102%
530 Nat Rys of Mcx pref — 68 61 i 61 64 — 3 64 "I 61 64' 38
. 15.3301 do 2<i preferred ... — 28 26V- 28 I 27% + % 28%' 24% 26% 21
5.705 i New York Air Brake 85 SO 76 i 82 I *9 — 7 9.V* 76 97% 80
67.940 New York Central... 126% 120 llti^l 1194 119% + 4 1254 115% 147% 1204
2.300 !NT V Chic &St Louis. 63 I 61 694 1 61 644 —34 «54( 6S 69 484
133! New York Dock pref — S3 83 83 SO 1 -. +24 83 ; S3 82% 75
1.900 NYNH&H subs. — 14«4 145 1464 146 + 4 148% 1 145 149% 1474
925 N H& H 158 157% 156 15741 136 +I* 15$ 1544 174% 154
9,800 N V Ont & Western 464 4514 43*4 44% 45% —l" 50 43% 55% 42%
6.810 Norfolk & Western.. 904 974 85 I 974 97% 4- % 1014 95 102' S4 a i
8.4501 North American 80* 794 76 78 7 i! 79% — % 84 76 874 7"
41,925 Northern Pacific 137^ 137% 133% 137 ! 136% I + % 143% 1314 1594 133%
200 N Ohio Ry & Lt.... — 35% 354 35*1 36 | — % 36% 354 SS 234
200 Ontario Silver 4% 2%! 2% 2% 2%! • 2% 2% s*. ™
140! Pacific C0a5t...... ' 80 110 j 110 110 ! 110* — 4 118% 110 1164 76
2.800 Pacific Mall 29% 35% 324 33 344 —14 43% 32% 454 2914
2,230 Pacific Tel & Te1.... — 40 33 36 39—3" 46% 3S 64^ 45%
100 do preferred — 95 95 95 994! —44 95 | 05 inn" tut
295.514 Pennsylvania R R... 130% 135 130% , 1&3% 133% -r 4 1374 130% 151% i«6i;
1,050 do subscriptions — 131 131 131 I 131 4- 4 153% 129% 1341* 134
16.570 People's Gas- & Coke 1074 111% 108 110 112 —2 11«% 106% i*rt 1014
3.450 1P CC& St L 91 99 97 99 98 +1 1004 964 99-, 564
14.120 Plttsburp Coal 11% 23* 20% 224 23 — V. 27% 19 29^ 10 *
9.030- do preferred. 454 7.'. 68 75 I 77 —2 83 68 S7U io
6.650 Pressed Steel Car 40% 454 42 434; 46" —3% MTi 42 M sou
220! do preferred 101 4 104 104 104 I 104% — 3 1074 103 111% 96
2.140 Pullman Palace Car. 169 196 1914 194 I 197 —3 199*? ISB% lS
300 (Philadelphia Co — 1004 99% 99% 102 —2% 1064 99% 1034 994
500 Quicksilver 3* 3* 3 3 8* — 4 3% 3 fl"! i 3
600 do preferred — 4 34 3% I 3T4 — 4 4% 3V, 10 \
8.800 Railway Steel Spring 46 f47 40% 43 47% —4% 81% 40% 5414 3%v.
100 do preferred 1014] 104% 10474 104*4 105 — 4 107 104-4 im 5=2
763,350 Readin< 131% 1624' 134 ! 150% 1624 —8* 1714 154 ?TS»i iTA
1001 do Ist preferred.... 91*4 01 91 91 924 —14 03 91 06 iS
2.5001 do 2d preferred.... fll 10441 100 1044 105 —1? nou 991; ' iriu 00
14.010 Republic Iron & Steel .24 39%! 80% 374 40% —2% • 45*1 aSt 4fti ifiai
3.430 do preferred 83% - 101 100° 101 i 102—1 10414 99 n? 4 1-2
€0.300! Rock Island 24 44 I 30% I 41% 44 —2% 57% 38». 81
4,«50 do preferred 61% 844 81 IS3 ! 8.' 4 —24 91U si 94*;
lOOISt Joseph &G I — 1»4 194 19 1 - 20 —i' ioil l»u, ™ % ,i
501 do Ist preferred — 55 55 63 i 65 - ,v» 55^ roi.- lai'
100 1 do 2d preferred.... — 304 304 394 40 —li S9« -^v Si * SX*
500 St L& S Ist pref. 63 69% 69% 69% TO* —1% 73 eat- 7} S?i'«
4.500 do 2d pref.......... 39 644 51% 62 I 554 _ 3 60 Mil » v »I *
3.300 St Louis & western 214 30% 27% 29 31 — 2 341, #i* %£* S?t.
2.6001 do preferred 50% 73 72 724 T4* —2 77J =;-* |5% 204
2,900 Sloss-Sheff Steel &I. 76 SO 7« 774 82% — 5 S6U -6 jut* it*
254.710! Southern Pacific .... 1174 130*4 125% 125% 1314 —2% 13vi r l«%»4 i?«u? «??«
25.400 Southern Railway.... 25* 30% 2S%' 294 31% —1% "31* ££? *,? 8 I*41 * 4
6.7401 do preferred... 61% 6S 65 67% 6fi^ _ }i* 75? «'* ?*. $~
KtO So Porto Rico Sugar — 8-14 814 81V- 82 - S S3 mv. i* - ™.
«,700' Tennessee Copper... 384 37 88* - 35' 3.5% — \?l 4IW. viu. i« iSl*
7.610 Texas & Pacific. 38% 32*4 30" j 31% 32% —1% sa? t\ 12,. S 4
200 do Land Trust 82 88 87% 88 88 - 03^ f} v i» H 30
8.600 Third Avenue R R.. 29% 1« 144 I 15 16 — 1 i.)U 22 l^il f2t?
1.000 Toledo Rys & LtKht. 12 13% 11 13% 12% +t; t«? m£ }t$ 12 *
2,000 Toledo St L & West. 404 48% 44 44 49% —5% «a£ }?* i 5?. I
400 do preferred 6.54 65% 67 67 6*4 —1U 7*? Su ST;? 43 ,
1.650 i Twin City R T 974 113- 111 113 m ll7l* ,fV H IJ|H 64%
2.200 1 Union Bag & Paper.. 10% 10*4 BT4 10 U _ 1 l \^f *iL. u %* »7,';
400' do preferred 69 70 70 70 70 _. 7 f" 1=1? S J? J> l -i
705.930 Union. Pacific 176% 192% 1?3% IS7T4 102% _ on?-/ io,j? *** •■ .
10,700! do preferred 93% 100* 98$ 10». loll| .- m ;g» TO 1 -'fa
2.V» Un-Dry Gexd 2p c — 120% 119 119 1104 +{d JSr* iVS 4 »»H 94
1.8711 do preferred — 112 111% 111% 112" Z 2 m T , n?u ifi 4 115
2.250 Unßy- investment.. a 3*.%a 3*.% 374 88 i 36 37% — i»l 40,* *«H« H ll * v £
6.0701 do preferred • 524 67 564 ♦*> 67 —7 -Wi 33 47 30
1,325 US Cast Iron P& Fl 2S 29 I 27 2S 284 — v •i". ) * Jj?** IT, fl0 '«
72,-' do preferred !74 79% 77% 70 77*1 +1% hi -L- £$> - 4 %
100! United States Express — 130 | 130 130 131 _ r 1 14- ', .'.?,* ,7' l i 70
3.10.-) 1U S Realty & Imp. . 67% 774 74 75% 794 —RK K4V -2 **- S2
7,000 United States Rubber 31 464 424 •44 4«% _55 "»i5 ioi- «' •»
4.281 ,do Ist preferred... 1024 112*1 110% 111 112% _ Tti I*3 iirll 57% 27
1,400 do 2d preferred.... I 70 794 78 784 SO —lv I ll' s I * 123 M
1.605.R00 United States Steel.. 62. 87 81* M 4 S 6*4 __ i 3?i 3 ? °] i,,. 894 67*
12.200 do preferred 114 124 181*; 123% 124 — "1* &X& X I .)} .•}« 41%
27.660 Utah Copper 41 54 45% 52% 1 524 4 > ? '^.7 -jl,* 131 -°
22.700] Var-Car Chemical . . 46 544 M 51% 55 • I —V* «tt ls!>* fi71 * ' S9^
10') do preferred........ 114% 122 122 122 I 1 M _o* II I,'"1 ,'" » 5«% 40%
145 Va' Iron C& C I 60 ' (M I 6fl 68 ! 6fi% __ * 7 , I £> h * 1~ 12 £ 114 1
. • 245! Vulcan- Detinning... — 20 1 20 20- 23% —"I- iS S. T5T * 57
2311 do preferred 45 74% 74% 74% I 76 I _iv c? ?' 3 "^ «
1f1.400 Waba*h I 18 22* 20 214 2°% _ V !L BW 91% 45
«0.600 ldo preferred 474 50% 46% 45% 51 _ --si «{** T^ 27% 15
450 WeJls Fargo Express — ISO 177 I 179 ! left _S* ,2* **$*, 61% 41
7.2oo! West Maryland 20 49% 47% I 454 50 —it- £oL 17 ' flart 300
6.0*- 1 - 1 Western .Union Tel. I 6S 73 694 71 1 73 •> * ",;^» 47% {M 314
11.6001 Westlni-hous« Mfg... 79*4 78* <W ! 71% | 7.-. _7 . TLA S» J3J 3 85% 64
3001 do Ist preferred ISO 123 120 I 123 I l-q 5* ,So.» .«» 00 74
825 Wheeling: &L E ... 10% 641 5% I 3% ,\y t Z°„ V,? V 1V 1 12 ?.. I4S » (>
610! do Ist preferred.... 22% 12 ! 10% 10% 1*4 1 _ -?? A? , r>l « 12^ 5
•540 do 2d preferred... 12 74 ■«Z «4 8 —{1! »t . -'\ 25% 151;
0201 Wisconsin Central. ■■ S8 48 I 4041 4«4t 60 | — 3.; Jo' JJ» 15 % «4
6.Bol.»ti*> Tq asa ea for tha wee .compared with 6.696.5U shares fo r last week. "~ [ ~j '
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS,
T] ■- ■ ■• ■ j I [Fin'll
Sa.le». I Bonds. _ I High (Low. I Jan.| Net
'. • • 29. Ichce
111000 do Ctfs. 7 5% 841 — 1%
35000 West Md 41 R5% 85 S3 I- %
7TOOO do Cli '4s Ctfa 71% 70% 71% %
. ROnOI WesttnEh S K.ss J»1 91 102 — -
20000 West Shore 4* .. I 102 i 101%; 101% — 1:
. 8000 do lies . ... 1004 1 99%! 00% —si
1000 W N V4P Gen la . OOJi By'.i| OO^I '
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
«»»•■• Bonds. H, sh . Low.|jl n n!, l
i
•xs.-DB.OOo Tuui Bdlea ie ; l: ., „.,,». ifjflgr -
Stasi <&ompctmj
:■ FIFTH AYE. & 36™ ST.. NEW YORK
Capital. $1,250,000 Surplus and Profits, $750,000 '
Interest Paid on Daily Balances
DIRECTORS
BENJAMIN ALTMA**. BlaJr &Co Binkeri. *
B. Altman * Co. GATES W. >UT(iAKKAH,
JOHN JACOB AST OR. „ Pres't Mechanics* Nafl Bank.
GEO. F. BAKER, , CHARLES A. PEABODT.
Chairman First National B»ni \ Preset Mutual Life In». Co.
STEPHEN" BAKER. " - GEO. W. PERKINS.
Pres't Bark of th« Manhattan Co. j. p. Morgan A Co . Banker*.
CEO. B. CASE. D E. POMEKOT.
White & Case. Attorney*. Vlce-Pres"t Bankers Trtat Co.
JOHV CI 41--LIX '- WILLIAM H. PORTER,
President United Dry Goods Companies Pre-t mica l Nafl Bank.
THOMAS COckß-\> : . JR. » t KVrD*- VlCePr#rt -
- » "ISSPIiIL?"^
E. C. CON-.ERSE. DOUGLAS ROBINSON.
President. p , a , Estate.
H. P. DAMSON. ARCHrBALD D. Rr«»«lEI.t»
J. P. Morgan & Co.. Banker*. , ALEXAN"I>FR H. STEVE>'9.
JOHN* I. DOWNEY. -' ■■-: : ; -- - Vic*- President-
Building Construction. . BENJAMIN STRONG. JR..
EI.BERT H. GARY. Vlce-Pres't Bankers Trust On.
Chairman U. 6. Steel Corporation. J CHARLE.- L. TIFFANY. •
ROBERT WALTON GfEI.ET. Vlce-Pres't Tiffany 4 Co.
' THOMAS W. LAMONT. ALBERT H. WIGCEf
Vlce-Fres't First National Bank Vlce-r'res't Cha*a Nafl Ban*.
OFFICERS
■* -* E. C. CONVERSE. President. .'.-.-. *
ALEX. H. STEVENS. Vtce-PresX * , GEO. W. PANCOAST. Cashier.
iiFWARI) TROSSER. Vice-Pres't. HOWARD BOOCOCK. All'! Sec
THOMAS COCHKAN. JR.. Vice Pr-s JA3. R. TBOWBRIDGE. Treat OScer.
$250,000
Chicago & Eastern Illinois
Railroad Co.
Refunding & Improvement Mortgage 4s of 1955.
Interest January 1 and July 1
Price 86 and interest— Tc yield 4M%.
Details on Application.
Wm. A. Read & Co.
BANKERS
25 Nassau Street, New York
BOSTON BALTIMORE CHICAGO
t
Thompson, Towle & Co
Members of New York, Boston, Chicago Stock Exchanges
25 Broad Street Springfield 50 Congress Street
New York Mass Boston
We are issuing a special circular on Utah Copper K>ma| | de ; --
tion of the property; also, of the Boston Consolidated ar.d Nevada Consolidated,
showing what the Utah Co. can do under combined operations at various pncea
for Copper. We should be pleased to mail this circular upon application.
Southern Railway Co,
FIVE PER CENT.
Three- Year Gold Notes.
To tin? Hr>ld"rs of
Southern Railway Company Five Per
Cent. Three-Year Gold yotes due Feb.
1. 1910.-
Southern Railway Company, having paid
and cancelled Five Million Dollars of the
Fifteen Million ..uollars Five Per Cent.
Three-Year Gold Notes, maturing Febru
ary 1, 1910. has sold to us Ten Million Dol
lars new five per cent, three-year gold notes,
dated February_l. 1910, to provide the funds
required to meet the balance of said old
notes maturing- as above stated.
TV© hereby offer to the holders of the old
Five Per Cent. Notes maturing: February 1.
1910, to exchange them at par for the new
Three-Year Not?* at 08%.
Holders desiring to make this exchange
may now deposit their notes at this office.
ex the February coupon, and will receive
therefor new notes bearing Interest from
February 1. 1910. and 1% per cent, in cash.
This offer may be terminated at any time
without notice.
J. P. MORGAN & CO.
New York, January 20. 1910.
CAPITAL, $500,000.00
SAVOY TRUST COMPANY
520 BROADWAY
Depository for Merchants, Manufact
urers and Individuals requiring modern
banking facilities.
These facilities include:. ' .
Commercial Letters of Credit,
Cable Transfers,
Correspondents in all leading cities cf
Europe and America,.
Checks, drafts and notes collected
at par
on all points in Eastern States and
many points in Western States.
Interest paid on deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD CO
Office of the Treasurer
Room 219. Grand Central Station.
• -.„., . . New York. January IS, 1910.
p..^ l^ '» nerejy Slven that the THREE- YEAR
FI\L PER CENT. GOLD NOTES. of this Com
«n« n » y h.m* rtn « F ' bru »7 I"- «W «»» '* pV?d
«hn,,M v fflc^ on and after that date Coupons
should be detached and presented separately.
maife'd *££" ° n reslßter * d no^ -»» be
CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
— ■«>
LAKE SIIOKE & >llt lIU.AN SOVTUEKX
RV. CO.
Office of the Treasurer.
Room 219, Grand Central Station.
«... . . New York. January 18 1010.
FH E PER CENT GOLD l.t. 1910. of this Com
pan\. maturing February tot. 1910. will be paid
JL VI s I c *. on and »" er that date. Coupons
-houu be Jetaoh«<i and presented ««paralflv
Sato? SrJSST on restster « a note, win be
_ CHARLES F COX, Treasurer.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
H. IV BABCOCK * CO.
17-10 Broad St.. New York. _„.,.._ Slat. 1010.
Th* firm of HOLUSTER & BABCOCK la this
day dissolved (Henry H. Holltst.r rotlrln*). and
"'" business will be liquidated by the under
■lgned remaining partners, who have this day
formed a new copartnership under the nam* of
H. D. BABCOCK & CO.. and will continue a
the above address.
. HENRT D BABCOCK. .
SAMUEL D. BABCOCK
Member of the N. Y. >:,.. EichanW
WM. AULLN PRATT.
Fulton Trust Co.
OP NEW you
SO NASSAU ST. •
interest on Deposits.
capital. Sor-a-a m* CmiXrutt* man, f l^ae.***
ÜBDtY C. SWORDS. Pro. ■_ a CaMMAKM. n»r rta.
■. W. BUCMUY. CM. VAJHOIiaLAMt S
Irving National
"^^^^^ Exchange Bank
5^ _; Strictly a Commercial Bank,
Resources Over Thirty-one Millions. .'."*/;
West Broadway and Chambers St.. N>w York.
323-331 Chestnut Street. ~~
Philadelphia. January 23. 1910. "
FIDELITT TRUST COMPANY (forrserly
The Fidelity Insurance Trust and Sa*a Deposit
Company >. Trustees under Mortgage of th«
William Cramp & Sons Ship & Engine Balld
ingr Company, dated March 1. 1599. !nv:t»
tenders or proposals for bonds issued under
said Mortgage to be surrendered for redemp
tion; proposals to be opened and awards mad*
on February IS. 1910. at 12 o'clock 41.
" R. ELLIS; President.
Orders ln CURB
Executed a " STOCKS
Special letters on leading issues.
In the execution of orders I offer
the best facilities obtainable.
J. THOMAS REINHARDT
Private wire to Boston -a 8...11 Cl II V
offlce. 54 Devonshire St. OP DlOaO Pl.t "' !,
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
FERRQCARRILES N&GIQN&LES DE MEXICO
{NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO*.
25 Broad Street. New York. January 14. 10W.
First Preferred Stock Dividend No. 4.
A semi-annual dividend of On« Per Ceat.
(One Dollar Gold .or Two Mexican Gold Peso*
per Share), beln? the fourth dividend 03 t!sa
First Preferred Stock of. this Company, has
been declared payable February 10. MM t»
the holders' of Dividend Warrants No. 4. afi*
nexed- to certificates representing such stocV.
upon presentation and surrender of such ~~*a£
rants to the company at Its o:2ce in IMP
York or Mexico. •
Dividend Warrants are payable at option «**
holders at the rate of Two Mexican Gold Peso*
to the Dollar, either in the City of Mexico fci
Mexican Gold Pesos, .or in the City of BMP
York in United States Gold.
E. E. BASHFORD. Assistant Secretary-
WELLS FARGO * COMPANY
M Broadway, New Tor!*.'
January 33. 131*.
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gn*EN. that at a r«*»
lar meeting of the Board of ' Directors of th»
company, on the 23rd day of December. 1009. «*
the office of the company. No. M Broaivay.
City of New York. County and State of N«»»
York, the following resolution was adopted:
RESOLVED. That an extra dividend of »••
Mr share be declared, payable on Thurs<l~r-
February 10. 1010. out of the accumulated sur
plus earnings of the company, to stockholders •*
registered on Its books at three o'clock P. M- <^
Monday. January 3. 1910. That for the purjv*
of such dividend the books of the corspaar
closed at three o'clock P. M.. January 31. !*-!•
and re-opened at ten o'clock A M.. Yesryi^T
11 1910 *J
BY ORDER of the Board of Directors.
a TV. ZIMMERMANN. Secretary- __
ItKHKK-ON * CLE.\BITXLD
COAL * IKON CO.
A dividend of two and one-naif per <=«!' R«*
been declared on the preferred stock of t3.»
Company, payable Feb'y ISth. next, to sto*.*
holders of record Feb - y 7th. 1910. at 9V- *
Dividend checks will be mailed by the Tra-»"
fer Agents of the Company -—
GEO. H. CLUNE. Tt«U*m
Rochester. January 2S. 1910. ,
Loulsrllle Jt XashTllle Railroad To. _
71 Broadway. New York. December low. -^
. The Board of Directors of this Compaa*. w *^j
meeting held. this day. declared » seinl_*"«^
cash dividend of Three and one- half Per ■£
»34'i>. payable February 10th. l«0 '^i,
holders of record at the close of bust 3?» .*»
Thursday. January COth. 1910. 9
The Stock Transfer Books will t^ *.. v T^
o'clock P. M.« on January '-Vth. * 9 -»:, t V^-lA
open at 10 o'clock A. M. on February »tVi«-»
- :^
ORDEKS AT THIS OF! i««««u-er
VE\»* YORK CENTRAL * MI'USOJf Rl>B *
KAU.KOAI* COMPA>\. ,
Treasurer* Otnce. Grand Cent/a {,.;' »•- ft
New York. JanuaryjOtlu^WiJjt.
Notic* is hereby given that the *SLj^»n*-
Three Year Gold Notes of this Co ffi „^*c.
ing rebruary 1. IS>K\ will be paid at .' -. j«
on ami after that date. Coupons »MaW £
tachetl and presentad separately. «»■" — *
tsrest on Registered Note* - -%££•••» 1
u-uaL EDWARD L. ROSSITER. TrMS"""

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