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INVESTMENT BONDS
Tieldinr about
4 / 2 % to 51A%5 I A%
Our Circular ». 295 describes several
Ij»«^js of pound investment bonds now
Felling at prices to yield about 4*£ to
5*4%. Th* bond* do not represent new
form* r-f Investment, which hare ye* to
establish their stability and permanency
of value. On the contrary, they are,
•erored upon properties of demonstrated
■mice and earning: power. They have
been purchased by well-informed In
vestors and conservatively managed In
stitutions. and have a reasonably broad
mar Ve
t BONDS
(45 Issues)
Our Circular >"©. 291 descrlb-s 45
**ii»» of well-known Railroad Bonds
listed on th« New York Stock Exchange.
LISTED STOCKS
(Over 100 Issues)
Our Circular »• 293 describes ov»r 100
«n«ue* cf Railroad ana Industrial Stocks
listed en the New York Stock Exchange.
Spencer Trask & Co.
William and Pine Streets
New York
jUr-«r.v. XT. — Boston, Mass. — r*hira.^n. 111.
WILL BUY:
5 Atlantic Ay. Ist • !; '?. 1931 Offering
100 Niagara Falls Power C 0.... Offering
l«««"i Safety Car Hte. & Ltg @1323-i
r. Standard Milling: Ist 5s @ S2^
"!<• United L^-ad Deb. Os r <i 62%
5 O. S. Envelope Ist 5s iglOl
.V» Worthington (Pomp) Pfd — (gIOTVa
WILL SELL:
SB Am. Coal Products <? P7
: : 100 Bank of Metropolis (N. T.)..^410
' K*O Btoecker St. & Fulton Ferry. (s -*>
- 1O Central Fireworks Pfd Bid
■ 20 Childs* (Restaurant) Pfd....<glll^
K«0 Kings Co. E. L. & Power...
2-". N*ile?-Bement-Pond Com.-.. 100
1 Peoria Waterworks Co.
Deb. 4? v 6 SOflat
10 Syracuse Rapid Transit
3d os « 90^
lino Tern. Coal & Iron Pfd @170
• 40 Union Typewriter Com 6 <>-
Bonds "and interest."
TOBEY & KIRK
•5 BROAD STREET - - NEW YORK
Thones: 4294-5-6-T-S-9 Broad.
Seattle, Wash. 44 I 2 s
to yield 4.20 V
Los Angeles, Cal. 4><s
to yield 4.20%
San Francisco, Cal. 5s
to yield 4.25
Circulars on Request.
E. H. Rollins & Sons
43 EXCHANGE PLACE,
New York City.
Boston. Chicago, Denver, San Francisco.
TELEPHONE. HANOVER ™99:
(CONVERTIBLE BONDS 1
First SM copies of our recently |3
tmmti WALL CARD OF CONVERTI- d
BLE BONDS have been exhausted by I
requests from Banks find Investors. A R
r«"«r supply will 1" received and dis- g
tributed within a few days 8
. This Card lists all issUPF, (bowing g
price and time of conversion, rule Tor R
m, fIETJT^ng price st -w-hirh it li profitable ■
■ To convert. «>tc. Sent free to Banks, a
I Brokers and Investors. m
I SWARTWOUT & APPENZELUR |
■ Members Rer - York Stock Exchange. If
E 14 Pine Street. New York. JB
~~ TO PAY 6%
WITH 50% STOCK BONUS
A First Mortgage 6~- Sinking Fund
S. Coal Bond
PI Property 5-i»uated in Ohio and West. Vir-
Of pinia- EEtiinatfd tonnage equal to annual
W output" of 1.500.000 tons for -.- years.
Circular 03 Request
WARREN, GZDWSKI & COMPANY
Members Toronto stock EichaDße.
25 Broad Street. New York.
CAUSES OF HIGH PRICES
and influence on security values, and prob
able effect of Supreme Court decisions on
11-iduPtrial yiorkF. are discussed by Byron
W. Holt in our circular, just issued. Write
for a copy.
QUARTERLY STATEMENT of AFsets
and Liabiiitj?.-. Eworn to by certified public
accountant?, furnished to all.
Warren W. Erwin & Co.
MernberP Consolidated Stock - . --_-. - ? » of N. Y.
Investment Bankers
54-56 Broad >trr*t. New York.
Chicago Northwestern Railway
Mortgage Bonds to Net Over 4%
Full ra r -i'" li a rs m application
6HESXGLM & CHAP»AH,
Imben Ifew York StocV: Exchange.
IS Wall Strest, New York
lf>p!'r.n» 180 Rector.
R. L. DAY & CO.,
27 Wall St., 35 Congress St.
NET YORK BOSTON
HIGH GRIDE INVESTMENT BONOS
Municipal end Railroad
Mexnberp New York and
BoMoo >t»" I. Ei'-liaages
American Light & Traction
American Gas & Electric
Denver Gas & Electric Co.
Empire District Electric Co.
All marketable public utility cecuritles.
WILLIAMS, McGOKNELL 8 OOLEMHN
60 "Well St.. N. Y. Thuua 5621 John.
'* a anb-souritks-cfoi
INVESTMENTS
s* Nassau- St* NewYorit
Wm.A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St, N. Y.
BOSTON CHICAGO _ BALTIMORE
UNION TYPEWRITER
BOUrht — Sold — Quoted.
Haliowell & Henry
Te! Broad 4986. '- B*^ r _^_
RSK&ROBmSON
GOVERNMENT BONDS
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
■»•? York Boston Chicago
STOCKS END FIRM AFTER EARLY LOSSES
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1910.
Sh'rsjNet I ] Actual Sales. | Closing.
sold, fchgel I Op. | Hi.|LowlFlnl!Bid.lAsk
100;- i 2i 2 Allis-Chalmers Company....! 13 !13 !13 !IS I 12%| 13
100-3 Allis-Chalmers Company pr 43 143 143 143 ;42 ; 4o_
28,700 -- % Amalgamated Copper j Sl% 82% 80:£ 81% 81|i 81%
200 1 American Agr. Chemical... 44 ! 44% 44 44% 44 4o
S'X»:— % American Beet Sugar 37 < 17% 36%! 37 : 36% 3Ji3
750-% i American Car. ... 11% 11% 11 [ HH ll \WA
1,300—1% i American Can pr I 7«% 76% 75 | 7W4 75 .£»
£■00—1% American Car & Foundry- • 63%! €3% 63%^ 68% 63% 63%
345 r% American Cotton 0i1... 62 , 62V4 6Hi ©% 61 ■ 6234
m American Cotton Oil pr ! 101 103 101 103 103 107
200 — H American Hide & Leather.. j 6 T i; 6 7 tt! 6% 6% 6% t 7
200H% American Hide & Lea, pr.. 38% 35% 38% 35% 39 I 40
400- % American Ice Securities 22% 2214 22 22 21% 22%
300- American Linseed 14% 14% 14% 14 -. 14% Id
100 — American Linseed pr j39 39 T j, 39 7*7 * 3? 76;7 6; 3S < 39*
1.200|— % American Locomotive ; 52% 52 1 51 7S7 S 51% 52 52%
100 +% American Locomotive pr.... 113% 113% 113% i 113% 112 114
100 — ' American Malt ' 6% 6% , 6%! 6% 6% 7
200—% American Malt pr , 36% 36% 36% 36% ! 30 I 37*4
14,700)-% American Smelting [91% 91% 90% [91% 91 | 91%
10.3—1: American Smelting pr....... 1109 109 |109 '109 '109 109%
MS American Smelting pr 8....| 89 j S3 ! 89 | 89 : 88% 89
200— American Steel Foundry 60% 60% 60% 60% 60 : 60%
2061-% American Sugar 120% 121 120% 121 121 123
1.710— % American Tel. & Tel 137% 187% 136%11367^!136%!137
300 —%! American Woolen ! 35 1 35% I 35 i 35% | 35% I 36
100 + 1, American Woolen pr 101%|101%!101%jl01%il01 1101%
2.000— 1* ! Anaconda 51% 61% 50% 51 151 j 51%
12,450!— V* Atchison 116% 116%|115%j116% 116%j116%
2ioj — _ JAtchison pr 103% 1 103% 103% 103 103%
100 j Atlantic Coast Line 130 130 1130 130 128 Il2f< l 2l 2
TO — ~i Bait. & Ohio, ex div 37c 112%!112%|112%!112% 112% 112%
5.035; — % Brooklyn Rapid Transit.... 72% I 72% 71% 72% 72% 72%
300! Brunswick !15 115 15 ils ils jl6
MO 'Canadian Pacific subs 174 174 174 1174 I
1,K75-_ 4 icentral Leather \ 40% 40% 39 3*3 * 40 : 30 T s 40
11.400— 4 Chesapeake & Ohio ! 84% 85 ■ S3 i 84% 84% 54%
300 _ it, Chicago Gt. West, new I 31% 31% 30%! 30% 30% 31
3 700 ! — % Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul.... 147% 148 ■]47%!1477^i147%|14i'
325'— % Chicago & Northwestern.. . 157% 157% 157 167 156% 107%
2,700 !— _ Chicago &- Northwest, rts.. 14 114 1 13% 13% (
4^00—1% Colorado Fuel & Iron '■ 38% 38% ; 36% 37% 37% 37%
325!—% Colorado & Southern !58 jSB iSB 58 ! 57% 58%
200 - % Colorado & Southern Ist pr 81% 81% 81% 81% SI 82
300' +ii ' Colorado & Southern 2d pr. SOU SO% 80% 80% 80 ! 81
706!- 14 Columbus & Hock. C. & 1.. 13% 14 J 13% 14 ! 13% 16
5,500!+% Consolidated Gas 145 143 144% 145% 145% 146 S
150— 1* Corn Products Ref 1 19% 19% 19% 19% 19 13?»
300) "+ % Corn Products Ref. Pr i 84%! S4^:i 83% 83% 1 S3 .84
2,000— .02 iComstock Tunnel .27 .27 .26 .26 ! V~
1001— 1 'Delaware & Hudson [174 7 174 7 174 Vg.1M -5174 he
1,300— % Denver & Rio Grande I 42% 42%; 41%; 42% 42% 42%
TOO +1 Denver & Rio Grande pr.... SO% 80% 80% SO% 80 80%
1 iooi_ XL Distilling Securities 32% 1 32% 31% 81% 31% 32
"lOol— 1; Duluth, S. S. & At. Pr I 26% 26% 26% 26% : 26 , 27
M — _ Dv Pont pr 85% 85% 85% 85% 85 ' 85%
i«oCl— % Erie 29 29% 28% 29 : 25% 29
or.,_ 7; Erie Ist pr 46%! 46% 46% 46% 46% 47
400'—1% Erie 2d pr I 35 I*.1 *. 35% 35%- 35%! 35%| 35%
300 49% General Chemical Co 1108 105% MS 109%j108 109%
610 , % General Chemical Co. pr.... ; 105 105 104 104 104 105
3oVi—l2 General Electric Co 153 '153 152 152 152 153
pqoo! +1? Great Northern pr 135% 136 125% 136 136 136%
lono_l Great Northern Ore ctfs....: 72 ! 72% 71%; 72 !72 ! 72' 2
V, .._ Havana Electric Railway... 96 96 96 96 95 197
100 44% iHomestake \ SS% 88% 88% 88% 85 90
16.80?:- IntSr-Metropolitan | 21%' 21%; M 20« 20% 20%
13 300'— Intfr.-Metropolnan pr 54".fc 047 49-\ 52 olv?l »2
""308 -%. International Harvester.. 120% 120% 120% p% 119% 120%
200-1 International Harvester pr 124 124 123 123 122 124
1075—% International Paper i 13% 13%, 12% 12% 12% 13%
400!— l' International Paper pr •■ 55% 56 ; 00% 106 06 108
l<inj_2% lowa Central pr !43 43 ■43 43 42% 44
100 — Kansas City Southern ! 38% 38% 3" 4 38% 37 38
irol— iu Keokuk & Dcs Moines 17% <%l «% ■': 1 110
Total sales for the day. 556.555 shares, compared with 425.576 shares for the corresponding aay in iyj». san ,a pen^jg^
Total sales. January 1 to February 1. inclusive. 24.653.236 shares, compared with 15,145,00S shares for .he same period in I!W. ;
FINANCIAL MARKET
STO( X TRADIXG DILL.
Mount Rates Easy, While
Sterling Exchange Advances.
Transactions in stocks light in
volume and made up iij large part of the
operations of the professional element.
Prices were down throughout the list
until the last hour, with the chief weak
ness in the Harriman shares. Reading,
the lo'-al traction issues. Chesapeake &
Ohio, the United States Steel, in which
efforts apparently were made to bring
out Etock, especially In Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific, which were adversely
affected by the publication of the De
cember earnings of the two companies.
Though the gross receipts of the two
Harriman roads showed substantial
gains as compared with the correspond
ing time in 190 S. net results were dis
tinctly unfavorable. Union Pacific pre
senting a loss of $715,479 and Southern
Pacific a loss of $74,190, and coming so
soon after the heavy decline in the net
earnings of the Atchison naturally cre
ated a most unfavorable impression in
speculative quarter?. Net earnings of
various roads are decreasing because of
weather conditions involving greater
costs of transportation and because more
money is being expended on physical
betterments. The railroad companies
have been handling a. large volume of
business for many months, and they are
row in a position to put back into their
properties a large proportion of gross
earnings without endangering dividends.
Kerning? of the Pennsylvania Railroad
ior December were the largest on rec
ord, with a fair proportion of gross
Bhown in net, but in spite of the show
ing the directors did not follow specu
lators' advice to increase the dividend at
their meeting yesterday.
In th° late afternoon decided weakness
developed, but before the close enough
buying was reported to bring about ma-
Venal improvement in all parts of the
market, though the character of the
operations d'd not encourage active cov
ering by the shorts, nor did it suggest
especial Interest in the trading by i.he
banking element. The latter appears in
clined to leave the market in traders'
hands for the present. The Interbor
ough-Metropolitan shares suffered sharp
declines in the forenoon and bull pools
were reported to have reduced their hold
ings in Bocn stocks as Missouri, Kansas
& Texa^. Vs'abash preferred and Laclede
Gas. all of which declined, though meet
ing some support on thp movement. The
traction issues a^so were supported at
th<= ]nu- levels. There was nothing novel
about the decline in the Interborough-
Metropolitan securities, as it merely rep
resented liquidation by a bull pool that
no longer was able to maintain Its po
sition. Early losses were fully recovered
in a few issues, but a3 a rule last prices
show«>d small net declines.
While th<> financial markets abroad
have made no especial response to the
loss of property in the French floods
Paris exchange on London shows a de
clining tendency, and so far in the cur
rent week the Bank of England has sent
more than (1,800,000 in g^ld to France.
Th<* fact that the Bank of France is
rich in resources, toceth^r with the indi
vidual wealth and thrift of the French
people, to say nothing of the nation's
remarkable recuperative powers shown
in the past, suggests to many minds the
improbability of results of the disaster
extending to foreign markets. It is too
early, however, to estimate on the lo?s
in money involved in the floods, and until
'.ankers become better informed on the
situation they will not pretend to speak
with any authority on the possibility of
a withdrawal of French capital from
foreign investments. If ■withdrawals
are mad« New York will b* called upon
10 ship goM abroad. Local foreign ex
change- rates are iirm, with a tenden'-y
to advance, and as money is easy here
while foreign trade statistics ai«» not.
running much in our favor any pressure
for gold in Paria would be felt in this
market. Th* demand for money is not
heavy. Stock market requirements are
light and the mercantile inquiry is not
developing a« fast as recently predicted.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid.Asked. I Bld.Aek^'i.
Bklyn F ft» .30 32 10th & 234 St. 40 —
H F 1"' 65.1«J5 107 do bonds... 67 72
do con 55.. M 68 Union Ferry.. 32 M
NY&E R. 30 3S j do Ist fig... 05 99
do I*'- S». 60 65 I
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1910
ci,' r Net i " ~~ " I Actual Sales, i Closing.
sold Ichge ) I OP-I Hl.|Low!Flnl!Bid.|Aßk
""5.1O0:-m, Laclede Gas '. 105^i!105Vi!l04 |IMK|2M M\i
SM l5SiS??11?" NMhvllle....:. lWAim 1« 1« MgMj
100 Mackay Companies S9 ■ S9 & 89 • §2 2
100 +% Mackay Companies pr ::::::: >T% ''** >>*!* I ffl £4 3m
SQQ . Marine pr 20^ 20 £P/b 2OVs -M*
200-^ Minneapolis '& St. Ivouis.... 46 46 46 ,45s U% •«•
50« +ii M St P &S.S. M ....130 136^130 136^ 13*>H 13'?s
3.700-4 Mo.. Kans^ & Texas IML 42%; 41% 42 42 42%
i«jno— ? Missouri Pacific •••- 69»-s 69Vii 69 €9 69 ! 69^
*!m-A National £^:::::::: Ijg WL UK « Igjllgj
380J- National Lead I 83% 83^ S3M- SZ\ S3- So?*
JB?I| National of Mexico pr |] £S> 62% |J 62%
I>sO o_4s National of Mexico 2d pr... 27 2. 26? i 26|» 26; 8 271,
525-1% New York Air .Brake S£i Sly, '9% .9% .9 SO
3,100 +li New York' Central US9* 119 IW4 119 ll^s U9V*
100 = New York. Chi. & St. L 61 ;61 «1 SJs
300 N. V., N. H. &H. subs 14J>% 14t0% 14b 146% — —
200 ! NY X H & H ;107 I°' I° 7 ,loi 166*167 ,
930 - % New York. Ont. & Western 45% 45% 44^; 44% 44% 4o^
1,800 - % ! Norfolk & Western L2L i 22£ ;9§g |J% hS i «r
2 600 +ij ; Northern Pacific 1J,,-\136i 4 135% 136 V& 13b ii^ 4
inn— ii Nor. Ohio Tr &Lt 35 So 3o * \— ! 34*4
2no —It i Pacific Tel & Tel 36% 36% 1 36 36 , 35% 36
25 coP 4 iPennsvlvania Railroad j 133 V 133 5*,132-ss * ,132-s 1334 133^ 10334
ISn _ 'p-oDle"'«! Ga= & Coke 109% 110 'l'J9u> 109% lOS I^ 110
ioo-m ip Trist l • psv ?s^i 9^ &« 3b3 b m^i S9
So- 4 Pi'ttsburi Coal 21% 21Ts 21% a% 21% 22
700-1 Pittsburg Coal pr 73 j(d .1 73 .0 <»
650-114 Pressed Steel Car 43 ;43 41% 41% :42 43
44 pre=;«ed Steel Car pr . 105 105 100 100 104 106
2$ — pSllman Pal ! Ca" e P x div 27, 192 ;192; 192 192 192 1190 192
200-1% Railway Steel Spring ! 41%; 41%: 41 41 41_42
100 + % i Railway Steel Spring pr....W8 105 105 M 6 103% 10,
gcono - Reading 159% 160% 158% 169% 1^4159%
S'soo^% 'Readinf 2 "dpr... !104' 2 104^1-3 103 102 104
2.100-2 Republic Iron & Steel 37% 37% 35 3o -g 35% 36%
4.5001- % Rock Island 42 i j 42% 41% 42% 42% 43*
I,ooo+l IRock Island pr F:x srpr:::::s rpr::::: S4S 4 « » LW 8 B*%
100 St. Louis &S. F. Ist pr 69 :b9 :b9 b9 69 „0
200L_ % Ist Loui<s &IS 1 f/on 'pr lg •if =1 i ol 3*l3 * 1 |f al ♦
lip isssss Steel & Iron pr 11^'llS^llSU 11S^!|17 !119
15.700 ♦ %" ISouthern Pacific I^% UM
l,eoc>- % jSouthern Railway !29 i 29 3 S| 28% 129 | 28% 29
4001—'% Southern Railway pr 67 I t>. 67 6( 66% -b<
2001-1 Tennessee Copper 34% 34% 34% 34% 34 j 3oV*
200;- % Texas & Pacific 31% 31% 31 31 131 32
8,930-1% Third Avenue Railroad 13% 12% 10V4 10% 11 11%
100 — - Toledo,' St. Louis & West... 45 j45 , 4cr :4o i 44% 47
100 = 'Toledo, St. L & West. pr... &i m 5 '67 jS»i m« 1 68
lOQJ Twin City Rapid TranSt.Mhl2% 112% 112% 112%b12%p13
:siSi: s iSi= 1 .. s union E i* I fc. pa . .. y::::::.&& 11 l5H^ |« I 75
75.710h-% 'Union Pacific .lSo\:18b^;lM^ IS6 ISo'.s 1% ,
2oe _ \ Union Pacific pr ! 99U 99% 99 99 99 , | 99%
lOOJ— Vi United Dry Goods pr 111% 111% 111% 111% in%ng
ano— % United Ry. Investment pr.. 61% 61% 61 161 61 .63
110-2 U. S. Cast Iron P. & F 26 26 !26 26 26 27
110-1% U. S. Cast Iron P. &F. pr. ! 77% 77% 77% 7<% 76 .79
1.300—% U. S. Realty & Imp 75^ 2 75% 7oW 70% 75 7b
100-2 U. S. Reduc & Ref 8 8I 8 8 8 9%
2.600-1% United States Rubber 43 43 41% 42 42 42%
~g£ ±± United States Rubber Ist pr 110% 110% 110% 110% 110 110%
170 400 + $« United States Steel ( 82% 82% 81% I 8% 82% 82%
1 522 - £ United States Steel pr ! 123 123 122% 1227* 122% 123
1900-I*4 Utah Copper ! 51% 51% 50% 50%j 50%; 51
580Q Utah Copper rights j Is % Hi ft —7 :T": T"
gOO Va.-Carolina Chemical i 01% 102 01% 52 OIV2 »
2S5— Vulcan Detaining pr ! 70^4 TO% 69% 69% —7 — -
?00-% Wabash !21 i2l 20% 207s 20% 21
■ mot 2:' Wabash pr !48- !48 46% 47% 47% 47" 8
t4- % western Maryland I 49% 49% 49% 49% 48% 49%
300'— ii, jWestern Union Telegraph.. 71% 71% .1 i<l I[l a 1 *
400-'— l' "Westinghouse Mfg 71 71 71 171 j7l 71%
1001+14 Wheeling &L. E. Ist r.... 9% 9% 9% 9% 9% .10
100; +V* 1 Wheeling &L.8.2d pr [5% 6% 0% 5% 0% •%
I ' I I ! 1
BOND MARKET SALES.
5000 US 4s Coup I 1000 L- S & M So '
1925 115 1 *) Deb 4s 9o^
6500 Jap 44s 95 *| 1000 do 95
21000 do 954 10000 do 4s 1931.. 944
22000 do 95 8J 1000 do 34? 91 '■*
10000 do 2d 95% 1000 Lou & Nash
14500 do I'" 1 * Gen 6s 116
6000 do 954 1 5000 do Unified
2G500 do 4s 594 4s 3. 99
1000 do . 89% POOO do 99
1000 V Sof Mcx I 3000 do Pens &
6s 9S 7 i At 6s 1104
6000 do 98 « 1000 do Fens Div
1000 Argentine f>s 6s 108
Kits 964 1000 do So Ry
2000 do 96% M Joint 4s. 914
28000 N V City 2000 Marine 4 45.. 684
4 ! -s 1967 4000 do 68%
new. loß% 26000 Mich Central
16000 do 4s 1959 994 Deb 4s 92
13000 do 99Hi 20000 do 34s 90
25000 do Rets... 99%1w000 Mid of N .1
2000 do 1968... !'.< "s i Ist 6s 101
27000 do 994 3000 MStP &5 S
7000 Allis-Ch ss. 82% M Ist Con
1000 do 82% -Js •.<•:>%
13000 do S2?fe ' WOO Minn &St L
15000 Am Apr Ch Con os 109
5s 102 I 1000 Mo X & Tex
2000 Am Cot Oil 2d 86T5
44s 964 10000 do S F 44s 89%
6000 Am Hide & I 5000 do 90
L 6s 101"-i ! 9000 Mo Pan Ist
2000 Am Spts 6s. 96 I Con 6s 110
54000 Am Tel & T ! COCO do Convt os
Convt 45..102%! full paid... 95%
10000 do 102%120000 do 954
4000 do 1024: 9000 do 95 >
3000 do 102% 2000 do 4s SI
4 000 Am Ton 65..106?b , 10000 N Rys of Ms
23000 do 4s 77 Gen 4s £S 6 »
3000 do 76 7 s: 3000 do 4%s 94 :i
1000 Am Thread 5000 N V A Brake
4s ,- 92 : 4 6s . 110
SOOO Armour 44s 92% 1000 N T Central
1000 do '.'l 17 *, Gen 345... 91
1000 Atch T & S : 2000 do Deb 1934 96%
F Adj 4s. 94 3s3 s 21000 do L S Col
1000 do 94 "'♦ i .'i"is 81 i
10000 do Gen 45.100 : * 8000 do Reg SOU
2000 do 100 I 3000 do M C Col
6000 do 100% 34s 79 »
6000 do Reg 99% 4000 N V Chic &■
30000 do Convt I St L, 4s 100
5s 1174 I 1000 N V US-EL
9000 At Coast 4s. 954: H & P 55.. 1024
5000 do 95% I 2000 do 4s 844
2000 do 96 I 30OQ <J 0 83%
90<;iO do L & N I 3000 N V Lack &
4s 93 1 *! W Ist 66.. .1164
2000 B & O Gold I 6000 N V N H &
4s 100 | h Deb 65. .1344
16000 do ...... 99% 10000 do .T 134 ?s
20<>0 do P L E ! 2000 do Convt
• & TV V 4? 924 3'>s 101
7000 do Swn I 1000 N V Tel 44s
S'-is . . . 905 i: Rets 96%
22000 do 934 2000 do 98%
15000 Beth Steel 5s 88% 62000 Norf & West
12000 Bklyn R Tr I Convt 4je...1014
4k 83% I 1000 Nor Pac 3s
6000 do S3 a I s2OF. 73 1 *
25000 do 8341 2000 do 73%
1000 Bklyn Un El : 2000 d■> 73
Ist 103 ! 1000 do 73's
srifif\ do 102 2000 do - 73%
7000 Can So Ist 500 do "4
Ext 8s 105% 3000 do Prior 4s. 101%
1000 do M 101%! 3000 do 101%
1000 Cent Br U P 10000 Ore Rlv & N
Ist *S« I Con 4s 97
2000 Cent of Ga ' 2000 Ore Sh Line
Con os 1054 ! Ist Con 5&>U3%
6000 do 3d Inc. 79 1100001 10000 do 113' i
4000 Cent I,eath I 4000 Pac T&TEs 98T4
5s 99** 1 1000 do 99
9000 C Pac Gtd 11000 Perm 34s
4s 074 1915 ..-•... 96 1 *
10000 do 97% 15000 do 96H
18000 do 97 73000 do 9<i%
10000 C & O Con ! 1000 do Gtd 44 s. 10."
5a 114 I 1000 do 34s 1916 97*
1000 do Gen j 1000 do 34s 1941 00 l i
44s 102 i ! 5000 Peo & East
10000 do 102 6 i Ist 94
2000 do Fnd ss. 103' 2 20000 Reading Gen
4000 Chic & Alt. I 4s 994
3>is 74 I 3000 do 99 %
1000 do 73 i 10000 do J C Col .
2000 Chic & N ■-■ 4s 9"
Deb irv:i 3000 Rich & Danv
Reg .. 3.1064 Deb 5s 107%
3000 Chic B & Q '■ 1000 St L Ir Mt &
Gen 45.... 98% S R & G 4s 874
32000 do Joint 4* 974! 1000 St L&■S F R
1000 do •■■ 97 R Gen 55.. 88%
40000 do 96 T 1000 do 88%
1000 do Deb ss. 101 : .-' 10000 <io 88%
1000 do 111 Div 4000 do Ref 45.. 83%
4s . 100 ' 3000 do 834
1000 do Neb Ext 5000 St L Swn Ist
4s 100 : 4s 93 '*
12000 c Mi! & St ■ 12000 do 93
P4s 1934. 93 * i 10000 do Con 45.. 78
9000 do Gen 4? 4000 San An & Ar
A 100'Ji P 4s 87U
1000 C R I & P I 3000 So Pa-; Col
Gen 4s . 99 ce > x i> Tr 4s 934
2000 do 9*% 5000 do Ist Ref
4000 do' Ref 4s. 91 1 a 4s 94 i
11000 do 914 2000 do 94%
47" 0 do RR4s SO ' 32000 do Convt 45.102'b
18000 do 79%j00000 do 102%
1000 CStP & M 15000 do 102 5 s
Ist . 1264111000 do 102 7 s
6000 Col & So Ist I 1000 So Ry Ist 55. 1074
4s 97 60000 do Gen 4s. 80%
10000 do Ref &- I 2000 do ...S2OF. 80%
Ext 4'-s M I 5000 do 80%
]!>OOO Col & Ind os 81 1000 do M & O
1500 Comstock T 1 Col 4s £9%
Ist 4s 19% 10000 Third Avenue
6000 Corn Prod S : Con- 4s 65%
I- 5s 1934. >-, 13000 do Stp-i .. . 65
16000 Del & Hud ' 2000 do 654
Convt 4s.. ion 111000 do 6.">
1000 do 100% I 1000 Tol St L *
10000 do Ref 45. 100 • West 45.... 80%
fiOOO 00 Ea 4*-i5.102 i 2000 do SI
3000 D & Rio G 1 20000 do Col 4m., 85%
Con 45.... 97 ' 3000 do 86
3000 do Ret ss. 04 2000 do W *
10000 do 03% ' 2000 do ... . 55%
6000 do . ...94 ' 9000 U Pac Ist 43.101%
3000 Ed El N I I 3000 do . 101%
Convt 55. .100 ' 7000 do Reg . 1014
2000 Erie Convt ! 4000 do let R»f
4s A 79 l I 4s 96%
10000 do ...... 754 l 1000 do 97
5000 do Pa Col ' l«.w> do Convt 4s. 110 V*
Tr 4s Rep. S5 :2.-,000 d.i 110
10000 Green Bay ' 5000 do 109 '%
Deb B. 15U 45000 do 109%
2000 do . .15 i 5000 US R & Imp
7000 Hock Vai Ist .•>« 92%
-;« . . .104 ' .1000 do . . 92%
13000 111 Cent Ref f.OOO do . .92
4s 994 '■ 4000 U S Rubber
SOOn -Met 44" 81U 1 fis 104 l »
47000 do 81 1S«->OO do 104
SOOOO do 50%5 0% 6000 U S Steel S
14Q00 do •• So*» : r 5s 105
1000 do 80% ' 5000 do 104 7 i
114000 do 804 1000 do 105
1000 Int R T 5b.. 103 4 1 5000 Va-Car Chem
11000 do 6s . . 102%! 7Bt 5s 98
2000 do 102 7 »i 3000 Va Iron C &
18000 do . 102%! C •'•» 99H
9000 Int Nay .'if. 82 ! 1000 Wabash Ist
10000 Inter Paper I 6a ...... 112
6s 104% 1000 do 2.1 ss. ..1014
10000 Inter Fteam I 5000 do R f f & _
Pump 5.= .. 95% : Ext 4s 734
1000 do 96 4000 dr. 73
7000 X City Ft S ! 6000 do 73 1 *
A M 4s. 81 I 1000 do 73's
MOO Kan City So 1 10000 W-Pltts T«no
•,s . .. 102%! 1-' Ctfs.... 45
45000 Kinp. Co El I ■■<■<" do . .'. 44 7
LA P fis. 112 I2.V»OO do 44 ! <
3000 Lacka S?*e! ; 10000 dn 2.1 Ctfs. 44
f.s . »8 r > I 2000 West Md 4s. R5
]i»OOO do . oH*i 18000 W.-stin(rhouse
8000 So M I SF 5s 92
lOOil do 994 ! 3000 West Sh 101%
10.V) Juried* Gas lOim do He- 1004
Ist 5a... in**'*4 1
Total Balfs of bondF. $2,525,000. (
INACTIVE : STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
and the closing quotations for stocks in
which there were no transactions yester
day on the New York Stock Exchange:
Last Closing.
sale. Bid. Asked.
Adams Express 245 245 275
Am Agr Cherr. pref 103 101 10:5
Am Beet Sugar prof 90 92 94
Am Car & Fdry pref... .US 117 119
Am Coal 120 100 150
Am Express 285 280 290
Am Snuff 2704 . 250 —
Am Snuff pref 954 96 100
Am Sugar pref 1204 120 122
Am Tel & Cable 85 70 77
Am Tobacco pref 92 '.*1 92
Ann Arbor — 16 30
Ann Arbor pref — — 60
Bait & Ohio pref 94 91 93
Batopilas Mining 3% 3 34
Bethlehem Steel 30 7 » 29 31
Bethlehem Steel pref 64 — 62
Brooklyn Un Gas 1524 1514 153
Buff Roch & Pitts 105 95 107
Buff Roch & Pitts pref.. 133 128 138
Buff & Susq pref 62 — 74
Butterick .':2 ! 324 32%
Canada Southern 70 68 U .72%
Canadian Pacific 180 179* 179 7 »
Central & So Am Tel... m 119 1 *
Central Leather pref .... 106% 106 1074
Chic & Alton 584 «*>B'i 584
Chic & ■ Alton pref 70 60 69
Chic & East 111 pref 115 — 118
Chic Burl & Q 225 2<X> —
Chic Gt West pref new. ■ 59% •>';% • »">0
Chic Ind & Lou pref — 60 80
Chic Mil & St P pref.. .165% 165% 1674
Chic & N'west pref 22.". -<<(> 210
Chic St. P M & 0... 180 ISO 160
Chic St P M & O pref.. ISO Kio 170
Chic Union Trac 4 34 44
Chic Union Trac pref..., 10 8 11
C C C & St L 77 4 77% 79
C C C & St L. pref 103 1004 10.1
Col Fuel & Iron pref 112 : * 112 —
Consol Coal 97% 106 —
Del Lacka & W 590 680 610
Dcs II & Ft D 9 .'. 12
Detroit United R R 66 62 67
Dul S S & At 1514 14% IS
Evans & T H 58 6C> «2
Evans & T H pref 82% 80 90
Fed Mm & Sm ?2 75
Fed Mm & Sm pref S3 1 * S3 88
Granby Mining 112 SO' HO
Havana Elec Ry pr"f... 94 4 94 4 99
Hocking Valley 106 104
Hocking Valley pref 90 86 90
Illinois Central 144 140 1404
Ineersoll-Rand Co . . . 70 90 —
Ingersoll-Rand Co pref.. 844 95 —
Inter Power :.. 30 — • so
Inter Steam Pump . . . 49 '■* 48 49%
Inter Steam Pump pref.. 564 S4 87
lowa Central 24 V* C'< 24
Kanawha &- Mich 55 45 65
Kan City & So pref... 6**% 68 69
X City Ft S & M pref.. 794 76 SO
Keok & Dcs M pref . 444 40 45
Knic Ice of Chic pref... 70 k:, SO
Laclede Gas rr»f 03 90 100
Lake Erie & AY 224 22 24
Lake Erie & W pref »!Oi , .v, «2
Lake Shore „ 320 300 41*)
Long Island 63 <>2 68
•Manhattan Beach 3 3 6
Manhattan Elev 136*4 136 138
Marine 64 844 64
Maryland Coal pref 90 80 —
Metrop Street Ry 2.% 30 —
Michigan Central — 14,", IRO
Minn & St L pref 83 7.". 82 *
M St P & S S M pref.. 154 1534 185
M St P & S S M L L... 91% 914 92
Mo Kan & Tex pref 71 71 73
Nash & Chatt 130 131 135
National Biscuit pref . . . 124 121 124
Nat Enam & Stp 24 23 24
Nat Enam & Stp pref.. 05 90 97
National Lead pref lin 10S4 111
New central Coal 52 30 6O
N V C & St L Ist pref..lO!>i; 104 11*
N V C & St L 2d pref.. 98 02 96
N V Dock 35 — 40
N V Dock t>ref 83 £2 S4
Norfolk & West pref 90 <^ 92
North American 7S T i 77 7^
Ontario Silver 2% 2 5
Pacific Coast .i 110 inn 114
Pacific Coast Ist r>r<"f ... 105 inn no
Pacific Coast 2d pref 110 l<v« 114
Pacific Mail . 33 32% S3
Pacific Tel & Tel pref 95 83 9
Peoria & Eastern 22 21 28
Pitts C C & St L pref.. 114% 101 124
Quicksilver 3 2% 34
Quicksilver pref 3% 3 7
Reading Ist pref 93 91 93
Republic I & Steel pref. 101 1004 l«0%
Rutland R R Co pref... 36 .".0 3*
St S FC& E I ctfs . 149 ISO 180
StL&S F C & E I ctfs pf . 12!> — 1164
StL&BP C & E I ctfs new 65 >'.?. «5
St L & S'west 29 284 29
St L &• Sweat pref 72' i 72U 73
Sears-Roebuck nref ....120% — ]£*
Sloss-Sheff Steel & Iron. 7S 77 77 4
Bo P. R M <£-. O Ctfs SR4 84 4 9O
Tex & Pacific Ld Tr SR 87 I,*1 ,* 90
Toledo Rys & Lieht 13% 12 IS
Twin City Rap Tr pref.. 145 140 150
Union Bag & Paper — 10 1 .* 11%,
United Prypoods 110 UR% 120 1
United Ry Invest 36 33 37
United Cigar Mfg; pr*f.-10«4 109 111
U S Express 130 127 132
U S Reduc & Ref pref.. 294 2O 20
T" S Steel S2 71 so
Va-Car Chem pref 122 120 123
Wells Fargo Exp 179 172 iso
West Mfir Ist pref ... 123 11l i;.-
Wheel & Lake Erie.. .. ,'• ,-,1; 5U
Wisconsin Central 464 47 'i 4^4
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid. Ask»d.
4s May. '59. interch 9»*» !>fl%
445. May '.".7. interch 108 1 * 10S4
4^B Nov.. '57, interch lOSU 1084
445. May. 17. interch 1024 103»i
4b Nov.. '58. interch 99% 99 i
4s. May, '57. inteYch . 99% 99»»
4s, Nov.. M, resist _ 99 99%
4s Nov.. 36, regist _ 9S»i 99 4
345. Nov.. '55. Interch S.S'* 88%
3 ->s May. *54. coupon RS'h s«>.
34b, May. \l4, regist . 57% BS4
•6s. Nov., • 10.- rev 102 102%
Rects 4s. May. '59 . 90H 094
•Coupon or registered.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's closing
quotations for government bonds, compared
with Monday's:
—Jan. 31 — —Feb. 1 -
Bid. Asked. Bid. Ask<vi.
V. P. 2s. res., 1990 ioo*» 101 -* 100 7 i 1014
U. S. 2s, coup.. 1930 100% — 100H —
I- P. 3s. M*.. 190*-' IS. .101% 1024 101% 1024
U. 8. 3s. coup., 1908-' IS. 101% 1024 101% 102"
U. S. 4s. res.. 1925 1144 1U.4 1144 11.*.' •
VS. B. 4s. coup.. 192.1 114% 11."i% 114% 115%
Panama 2s. re*.. 1936... 100 101 too lrti
Panama 2s, coup. 1036.. 100 101 100 101
*
J CHICAGO INDUSTRIALS.
Am«- Can 114 : Diamond Match 107
do pref 76 I National Rlscuit...ll24
Am Tel & Tel 137 National Carbon... 108
Booth Fisheries... SS I 'do pref 116%
Boxboard i>r«-f ... 11 7 » I People's Gas . 110 l i
(Ii Pneu Tool ... 404 Quaker Oats i«q
Chicago Subway . ?4 no receipts Itsf>
Ch Ry series 1...1074 do pref ins
do series 2 30 Streets Stable Car M
Com I'.llson 11« Swift &Co 10.VJ
do rights I*»! •Sears-Roebuck 1M
Chicago Tel 123 ! do pref 120%
Ch Title A Trust. l 46 |
•u.\ dividend I** per cent.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
There were indications in the closing
dealings on • the Consolidated Stock ex
change of • the existence of a good sizea
floor short interest which was nervous and
inclined to cover. .Short selling was en
couraged early. in Che day by the apparent
lack of snap to the market and Its failure
to rally materially. Commission house
business was generally on the buying side
but stocks, were offered quite ireely by
the professional element, and this impart
ed relative softness, compared with isevi
York Stock Exchange quotations. In the
closing dealings, however, covering result
ed in the tone becoming decidedly nj me T;
with prices ruling fractionally above the
other board's figures. In the aggregate
business was active, but interest was con
centrated in the three standard stocKs.
United States Steel common. Union Pacinr
and Reading, which have been the chief
speculative favorites for some tune past;
Sales totalled 117.210 shares, distributed
among fifty-two different stocks. Reading
failed to sell under 15% which was one
fourth of a point above the low price
touched on the other exchange. Detailed
operations follow: •
STOCKS.
Sales. Open. Hlsrh. Lo^. Last
3,560 Ama! Copper... 81 SH$ §1 Sl^»
100 Am Beet Sug.. 37 37 1 * 36T» 36.»
290 Am Can ll i H's II "
50 Am Car & Fdy. 64 64 03» 63
50 Am Hide & L. 7 7 7 7
■ 20 Am . Ice Zi 23 — —
60 Am Loco 52' i 52^ 52 3
4.510 Am Smelting... 01*2 91^2 KJI 01»
40 Am Sugar ....121 1-*1 -* 121*4 121 » 121
200 Anaconda Cop.. 51 i 51 >* SOW 50*
390 At Top &S F 116 1 * H»> ; * 115£ 116
140 Bait * 0hi0.. 112^ 113 112"» 113
650 Brook Rap .Tr. 72*» 72 5 i 71 •-
140 Cent Leath ... 40 1 * 40 3 » »* 39**
590 Ches 0hi0... 84 Vg So 83 ££
320 Ch Mil &St P. 147% 143 147^* , 14S
. 780 Col Fuel & 1... 88* 3S 3*3 * 36^" =37%
BSO Consol Gas ....145H 145 7 i 144 14o»4
70 Corn Products.. I!>"ti 19 l * 19 1 * ™?
00 Den & Rio Gr. 42*8 42 42 42^*
20 Dist Securities. 31% 31*4 31 »a 31 ' a
430 Erie 29 29H 2»*i 29
10 Gt Northern pf. 135*8 135? i 135-» 135*4
10 do ore ctfs... 71^3 71 M "1^ 71H
070 Inter-Met • 21% 21?-* 19?» 20*4
950 do pref 55 63 50 51 ■»
10 Kan City South 38 38 33 08
i 30 Mr, X & Tex.. 42^ 424 « 4 41 T *
20 dopref 72 72 72 «2
160 Mo Pacific 69^ P9's 6S# 68|4
10 Nat Lead . 83 H 83^ S3H 83>
30 Nat Hex 2d pf. 26** 26 7 s 26 s * 2b i
20<> N V Central... llP 119 118% 119
260 N V Ont &W.. 45 45H 44% 45
260 North Pacific. l 36 136's 135^i 13h
2,060 Pennsylvania ..133% 133 s * 132's 1334
10 Pitta Coal 21 »4 21 M 21*. 21%
19,340 Reading 159fi ICO 1 * 1584 159%
50 Rep Steel 36 OS 1 , 35 35£
100. Rock Island... 42>4 42 i 41 l 4 32%
1.700 Southern Pac..l27 7 i 12S 1-*1 -* 126% 128
250 Southern Ry .. 29 2&' i 28 7 » 29
30 Texas & Pac..314 314 314 314
1,560 Third Aye 124 124 10 l * 11
30,260 Union Pacific. lßs% 186 1 * 1844 I*6
140 U S Rubber.... 42% 43 414 42
100 do rights 014 -014 .014 .014
44,690 U S Steel S2 825» 814 824
20 do pref 122% 122% 122% 122%
20 Va-Car Chem.. 514 514 514 514 !
20 Wabash 21 21 21 21
350 do pref 48 48 46% 574
117,110 Total sales.
MINING.
1.000 Atlanta 11 .11 .11 .11
300 Belcher 1.20 120 1.20 1.20
1.-.0 Comstock 27 .27 .27 .27
200 Crown P0int... 1.15 1.15 1.15 1.15
800 Comb Frac ... .32 .32 .32 .32
700 El Paso 674 .68 .674 .68
400 Blkton "0 .70 .70 .70
200 Goldfield C0n.. 7.624 7.624 7.624 7.624
1.050 Hale & Nor 62 .62 .614 .614
200 Horn Silver 05 .95 .95 .95
250 Mexican 1.674 1674 1.674 1674
450 Ophir 2.10 2.124 2.10 2.124
200 Portland 99 .99 .09 .99
200 Tonopah Ext... .75 .75 .75 .75
1.900 Tramps 074 .074 .074 .074
150 Yellow Jacket. .l.2s 1.25 1.25 1.25
7..«."0 Total sales.
WHEAT.
Sales.
250,000 May option. .$1 104 $1 11% $1 10% $1 US
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
A generally heavy tone was shown in
the market for outside securities all
through the session, although trading
as a whol<* was less active, with the cop
per issues the principal features, as far
as animation was concerned. Prices in
this department reacted from a fraction
to about half a point, with partial recov
eries at times on covering. by traders. In
the industrial list heaviness developed in
spots. This was especially .so in United
Cigar Manufacturing, which, after falling !
more than 2 points, recovered 1. Chi
cago Subway continued downward, reach
ing a new low record. In the copper is
sues Greene-Cananea was weak, Nevada
Consolidated eased off %, Miami and Gir
oux Consolidated held steady. In the
lower priced issues, Ely Central, Consoli
dated Arizona Smelting and Union Mines
were reactionary. The sliver stocks were
quiet at a fractional change. There was
little or no interest manifested in bonds,
which held about unchanged,
which held about unchanged. Detailed
operations follow:
INDUSTRIAL.
Sales. ■ Open. High. Low. La«t.
240 Am Tobacco 3!X> 3M 398 3944
"■ DuPont Powder.. 136 136 133
600 June Oil 20 20 20 20
100 Manhattan Tr... 1 7 i 17»1 7 » 17* 1 »
102 Standard Oil 640' 646 640 646
271 Un Cigar Mfg... 88 8-9 86 87
1,400 V S Light &.H. 214 2% 22 1 * 2£
100 do pref SU 8 77 7*7 * 7 %
RAILROAD,
500 Chic Subway.... 33 l * 3*3 * 34 3%
400 KCM & O 22H 23 22H 23
100 South Shore Tr.. 62% 62% 52 ? » 52%
MINING.
300 Alpha Copper... 64 64 «4 64
1.000 'Argent um 8 8 74 8
1,200 Boston Copper... IOTj 19 i 19?» 19%
£.000 *Bovard Con 4 4 4 4
6,000 Braden Copper... 4 & » 44 T * 4"'» 4 T i
500 British Col Cop.. 7% 7'% 7% 7?»
1.000 Canadian Mines. 54 s"i s'» s"i
1.500 Chino Copper ... 134 13H 13 13
6.000 'Cobalt Central.. IS 18 17 IS
1.500 Colonial Silver... % % S fi
6.700 'C0m Fraction... 33 33 31 32
400 ' Commercial .... 52 02 52 52
3.000 Con Ariz Smelt.. _'H 22 3*3 * 24 2H
1.200 Davis-Daly Cop. 3A 3& :': '- l < 3^
:5.200E1y Central 24 2 A Ui 24
4,500 'E1y Con 92 SB* 80 92
300 ' Eureka C0n....* 28 28 2S 23
300 First Nat Copper s ! i 55 1 * f>Vi 54
2.255 Gila Copper 88 3*3 * 8 7 i S4 S »
3,oooGiroux 104 t^s 10 * 104
1,500 Goldfield C0n.... 7?a 7*i 7^ 7^
2,000 Greene-Cananea. 10 10 9".% 9-t
4.100 *Harcuvar Cop.. 5? 5S 56 67
697 Inspiration Cop.. »4 94 -^'i 94
4.soOKerr Lake 9 9r» 8 7 i SM
200 King Edward 1 ... 3 i % *» *»
1.4C0 La Rose C0n.... 44 44 4% 4f,
750 *McKluley-Dar.. 80 86 «'■> 85
4.200 Miami Copper. 24 7 » 24 » 244 24%
4,ooo 'Mont of C R... 3 3 3 3
500 ' Mines Co of A. 48 48 4S 48
500 New Baltic Cop. 134 134 134 134
2.100 Nev Con Copper. 234 234 28 23%
1,000 Nevada Smelting 7 » }$ '* ii
BsoNev-lT M & 5. .. 1% 1 5 V lr» 1"»
100 North Butte C. . 394 304 394 394
6ih-> Niplssing M Co. . 10's lO'-i 104 104
Ohio Copper 44 44 4% 4^
1.200 Pacific Smelters. lrV lr» l l i lll l »
800 Precious Metals. 14 14 II 1 * I *
6.000 'Rawhide Coal'n 17 1* 17 17
2,500 Ray Central .Tji Sfi 4*4 * 3*l
1.200 Ray Con 23% 24 234 234
1.100 Silver Leaf 12 12 12 12
500 Silver Queen 20 2! 20 21
200 So Utah M & S. 3% 34 3% 34
500 Stewart *» *» % i
225 Superior & Pitts. 15 15 144 144
POOTenabo MAS.. 3 •"• 3 •'!
4fX» 'Tonopah Ext... 73 7.". 72 72
450 Tonopah 6H tiß 6 i 64
12,700 *Tramps C0n.... 717 1 74 7 7
2.4oo Tularosa 14 14 1A lrr
860 Union Mines .. l»i 2 1H 2
2.600 *Un Pac Cobalt.. 9 10 9 10
20* t United Copper... 7% 7*4 7U 7%
1.000 •United Rico 10 19 19 19
4,000 Va-WyO Cop 2^ 24 2% 24
200 Yukon O Mines.. 4t3 •"> »*» 6
BONDS.
$3 000 CGtW 4s w i.. 90% 9<' 3 i 90% 90%
25.00<> Lacka Steel d ss. 954 904 934 064
15,000 do con mtg ss. So 1 * 85 l * ST. 1 * So l *
8.000 West Pacific 55.. 97 97% 074 974
•Sells cents per share.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing 1910~'22.
iKurnished by Swartwouit & App«nzellar. No. 40
Pine st.)
h ' Approx.
Name. Maturity. Bid. Asked. yield.
Am Cigar 4p c. Mch 15. 1911. 98% OS** 5.00
do 4p c. Mch 15. 1912 86% 974 6.10
At Coast L 5 p C. Mch. 1910. .100 100% 8 50
Beth Steel 0 p c, Nov. 1914.. 99% 100 600
CH&D 4p c. July. 1913... 97 074 4.85
CCC & St L 5 p c. June. 1911.1004 101 4.20
D&H equip 44 Pc. July, 1922.101% 102% 415
Gen Rub 44 pc. July. 1915. 034 944 5.5t»
Hudson Cos 6p c, Oct 15. 1911 99 4 100% 475
Interbor BT6 po. May. 1911. 103U 104* 3.90
X C R & L 6 p c. Sept. 1912. 96 17 4 6.20
do 5 P c. May 15, 1813 96 97 3.50
Lack Stl (6 yr) 6P c. Mch.l9lo 99 7 i 1004 420
do (1 yr) 5P c. Mch. 1910.. J»9Ti 1004 4.20
Louis ANS pC. Mch. 1910. 100 100% 3.00
M&StL 5p c. Feb. 191! . . 994 99% 6.20
NYC La eg B pc Nov. M<>-M!t..4 40%©4.1.V7 0 basis
V V N H & H 5 D C. 1010--12.100 101%
Nor & "West 5p c. May, 1910. 1004 1004 3SO
P^nn R R 5 p c. Mrh 15. 1910.100 ir<)t 4 3 00
SL&SFSpc. Jan. 1911.. 99 9i»»i R fit)
"... 44 pc. Feb. 1912 :. 954 t>*4 * ,v.
Tidewater Cp C, June. 1913.. 101 101% 5 »
West B&M6 pC. Aug. 1910.100% 101 42g
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by R- L. Day & Co.. No. 37 Wall
street.)
Jan. 3l. Feb.l.! Jan. 3l. F>b 1
Bos &■ A1b. 232 281 I Boston Con.. lf>% 10:"
Boston El 182 * 132 l( a] « H M..633 flag *
FitchVgr pf.130 ISO i Centennial m 29 ■■> .
NYNH St H. 157 157 1 Copper KM — 7s»i
Old Colony. MOtl *M 6 ! Franklin M.. 194 in*
W BSt Ry. 83 924 Oranby M... 90 '11*
do ■■■( 168 i" . Mass Con M S<: n
Mass El Cos 17 1 * 17 I Mohawk Mr. 7" «■
do pref... 80% 80S No Butte M 40 mi-
Am Pneum.. 74 7 lOscenla M. .15.'. i»
do pref... '-'11-.I 1 -.- 2114 1 Old . ■ 'Hi M.. 47 „"■;
Am t v T..1374 1".«% I farm m 20 ni-;
N En« Te1. .1354 188 IQutac> M.... 4 i. "4 4
West T&■T 16 IS I Tamarack M. «x 7T
do pref... '.ki'j 91 I Wolverine M.I 10 1.,, a
r Shea Mch 86% 88 .1 V S Smelters 4* 4
do pref... 294 2941 do pr»1.... ,v> * iti .
Arcadian M. .7% 741U B Oil .... :;t\ ■.-**
Atlantic M '.t- 5*5 * 94! Mass 0a*,... 7.',,*
Shannon M. 1,'.% 1". 1 do pref 054 m :
Unit Fruit.. Lsi lSOHlUtah ;,'iu ]■'„. .
•Ask*'
Trustee
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ExeCUtOr • Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 &22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
' _.. „ PAST 9 . 41 Boolevard Haa»j«Tnana
IONDOIT, 18 Bislopsgate St. Within- rABl^ do
. Trailers' Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange.
, , . . . ■■' . w Guardian
Administrator ; ■
I Frankhn Trust Company /||A %
* a r^v nfluoarv capacity Allow, interest on Demand and T.rrt Dwits V^_y #
3 Metropolitan t.
Trust Company"
of tfie City of/few YorA
49 WALL STREET
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $10,000,000
BRAYTON IVE&, rW™..^ GEORGE N HARJMA^P^Sggjrr.
ANTON A. RAVEN. V«-P«. I'rPFHT X ANDERSON. A-t.Tr.
DIRECTORS.
Frmncl* M. Bi»a. ¥?£scU?V*ij*x*. X^rSia B. 'rJTm.
William I* Bull £rT.i%T?»-3r G-ors? R Sheldon.
William Carpend*r. Fr«iirick T Mirtla. J- Edward Slmsofl*.
BeTerly Chew. WaltVr X Mayuard. John W. Simpson.
Thomas De Witt CMy>r. S^Min, • jo^Dh 3. Slocnrs.
Henry W. DeForest, % D Morean . John T. Terry.
Haley Fi*te. Richard Mortimer. G«o. Henry Warr^o.
J. Horace Harding. Jobn E p ar9O na. Horace White.
Ereklne Hewitt. Charles M. Pratt.
MACKAY & CO.
Bankers
Members New York Stock
Exchange. Dealers in Gov
ernment Bonds and other
Investment Securities. Interest
allowed on deposits. ::
NATIONAL CITY BANK BUILDING
Telephone: Broad 1910 55 Wall Street, New York
SPECIAL LETTERQ
WON BOSTON CURB STOCKS V
Indiana
South Lake
Oneco
Corbin
Cactus
Chief
Boston Ely
and on all 1-ading New York Curb stocks.
In the execution of orders I offer
the best facilities obtainable.
J. THOMAS REINHARDT
Private wire to Boston 38 Broad St., N . Y.
office. 54 Devonshire St. «O DrOdU dlit Hi I •
FRED'K F. MARQUAND
Member of Consolidated Stock Ex. of M Y.
Tel. 3030 Broad- 35-37 Broad St.. N. Y.
STOCKS AND BONDS
For Investment or on Margin.
FRACTIONAL LOTS.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY
M Broadway, New York.
January 31. 1310.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a regu
lar meeting or the Board of Directors of this
company, on the :13rd (Jay of December. 1909. at
the office of the company. No. 51 Broadway.
City of New York, County and State of New
York, the follow resolution was adopted:
RESOLVED, That an extra dividend of $300
per share be declared, payable on Thursday,
February 10. 1910. oat of the accumulated sur
plus earnings of the company, to stockholders as
registered on Its books at three o'clock P. M. on
Monday. January S, 1910. That for the purpose
of such dividend the books of the company b«
closed at three o'clock P. M., January 31. 1910.
and re-opened at ten o'clock A. M . February
11. 1910.
BY ORDER of th« Board of Directors.
A. W. ZIMMSRMASX, Secretary.
MEETINGS.
A SPECIAL. MEETING OF THE STOCKHOL.D
ers of the Knickerbocker Trust Company win
be held at the office of the Company, 60 Broad
way. New York City, on Wednesday. February
23. 1910. at 1- o'clock noon, for the purpose of
considering and voting upon, a proposed increase
of the capital stock of the Company from $2,000.
000 to $3,200,000. being an increase of $1,200,000.
divided into 12.000 shares of the par value of
$100 each, and to consider and vote upon all
matters relating to the Issuance of such In
creased capital stock.
KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COMT\NY
C. H. KEEP, President.
HARRIS A. DUXX. Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AN
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the F. F.
Fritts Company will be held on the second
Wednesday in February (.February 6th. 1910. at
the office of the Company. No. 124 Chambers
Street, at 10 A. M.. for the election of officers
and directors to serve for the ensuing year, and
for the transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meetinsr.
Dated. New York. January 26th. 1910.
• E. CHRISTINE LUMSDON. Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN
Institute. Thursday. Feb. 3. 1910. at 19 West
44th St.. > P M. R. A. DAYTON. S^-cy
ELECTIONS. ~
ANNUAL. ELECTION OF THE AMERICAN IN -
stituto. Thursday. Feb. 10. 1910. at 19 \V 44 fv i
St. Polls open 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. '
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnished by Van Schatcli I Co., No 7 Wall
street.)
Bid. Asked . ! Bid \ske<!
United Ry .13 13*4 1 Cotton Duck. 4U * '
do Incomes .'.»>-, 00 do incomes 23 2S
do 4s S6J» 88HIN R & L ss. 09 _
GB* SV T 1 3 ILt & Pow pf a $4
do incomes — 10 j do 4^>a „-■ Oft
do lst« 36 42 Ch CRY 5a.. 100 105
Seaboard Co u\k - v * ;Ch c Elec 5s {*> •>.:
do Ist pi.. .5 82 Cent Trust M.% "-".i
d02dpf..45 4rt I Union Trust".*7o "'*
Scab AL 4s »..S m Third N lik US rtrt
dolO-yrSsOOh 907, Fi i & Den 50 ivi
Consol Gas. — 105 Maryland Tr 7<i 5s
do He ... Hms lOOft N Cent Ry OB i^
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES
.Furnished by W111ia,,!,. McConnell & COl <™»'
No. rtii Wall str-'-'r >
Am Light & Traction 5S *Sff
A*> ****** _ . ! ... ! ." ." Si m
•do preferred..^. .'..".'.'.'.'.... \'\ »j
Denver Gas & Electric.;!!!*! 117 iS
do k«i . „.'■ \ K :
Empire District Electric! !!!! '.'.'.'."" V» £
do prefered _J •«>
do bonds ' ' " Xt ""
l.in.vln <:..: & El«ctrteK{~" vt 7 T
Pactrl.- Gns A Bl«ctrlc . It ii
do preferred ..:....;::::;■ £ *3
of feu
Louisville i Nashville Railroad Gompan/
Six Per Cent. Sinking Fund Bond*.
DUE APRIL IST, 1910.
Notice 13 hereby given that the Louisville £
Nashville Railroad Company •will pa at tia
office of the Company. No. 71 Broadway. N*-^
York CJty. on presentation, on and after t^n
date, its Six Per Cent. Staking Fund Bonds.
due Apr:! Ist. 1910. AT PAR A>"l> ACCRUED
INTEREST TO DATE OF PAYMENT.
INTEREST or. said Bonds will CEASE OS
APRIL Ist. 1910.
E. L. s-MITHERS. Assistant Treasurer.
yew York. February Ist. 191f>.
PERSONAL TRUSTS
Executor. Administrator. Guardian.
Committee, Trustee under "Will or un
der appointment by Deed. Agent for
the care of Personal Property.
This class of Trust business solicited.
FULTON TRUST CO,
OF NEW YORK. 30 NASSAU STREET.
Irving National
*^^o|^> Exchange Bank
Strictly a Commercial Baak.
R«»oarc*s Orer Thirty-one) Millions.
West Broadway and Chamber* St.. New Tort. '
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE
THE FIRM OF MACK AY & CO.. POINO
business a3 Bankers and Brokers comer ot
Nassau and Pine Streets, in the Borons.: «i
Manhattan. City of New York. N. V.. compose-!
of the undersigned, expired by limitation Jinn
ary -r.irt\-nrst. 1910.
Mr. Oeorse- Trowbridse Hollister a=d others .
form the new firm of Hollister. Fish & Co. "*
transact business as Bankers and Brokers, cor
ner of Nassau and Pine Streets, la th« Borousi
of Manhattan. City of New York. N. Y.
Mr. Malcolm S. MacKay «••.::-. others fora '>»
new firm of MACK AY & CO. t;> transact busi
ness as Bankers and Brokers at No. 35 TVa!l
Street, in The National City Bask Buiidln« m
the Borough of Manhattan. City of N"«w Tori.
N Y.
Mr Oerge H. Burritt becomes a general part
ner in the firm o( McCURDY. HENDERSON *
CO.. Bankers an i Brokers, .ir>:n« business at X*.
24 Nassau Street, in the Borough of Manhattan.
City at New York. N. Y.
Mr. Donald MacKay retires from actrvi* b-»»
ness.
Dated Febmarv 1. 1910.
DONALD MACKAY.
GEORGE TROWBRIDGE HOLTjISTTES.
MALCOLM S. MACKAY.
GEORGE H. BintRITT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAT
formed a copartnership undor the firm name of
MACKAY & CO. to transact business as Ba=Jt?r«
and Brokers, at No. 55 Wall Street, Is th«
Boretiffh of Manhattan. City of New York. >•• T
Dated February 1. 1910.
MALCOLM S. MACKAT
REGINALD HALLADAT.
ALFRED E THURBER.
ARTHUR B. GLADWIN.
AUGUSTUS XV. KELLET. JTL
Member of New York Stock Exchange
HOLJ.ISTXR. FISH * CO.
NOTICE OF FORMATION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the understsn«<i
tave this day formed a copartnership uxtd*r 15*
Una name of HOLLISTER. FISH 4 CO.. t»
transact business as Banker* and Brokers at
corner Nassau and Pin* Streets, in this Boroc*S
of Manhattan. City of New York. N. T.
Dated February I. 1910.
GEORGE TROWBRIDGE HOIXISTSS
HAROLD LATHAM FISH.
Member. Sew York Stock Exchaas*-
HENRY H. HOLLISTER.
Member. New York Stock ExchA2*»-
LIVINGSTON WHITNEY.
E. MORTIMER BARNES.
. Special Paraer-
II I>. B.\BCOCK * CO.
17-19 Broad St. New York. Jaa"y 31st. 1910
The firm of HOLLISTER * BABCOCK la '-• ;
d.»y dissolve* (Henry H. Hollister retlrias>. ***
the business will be liquidated by the uaisfr
.iignr,'. re::- »'.•■>. partners, wh» hay« this 3*9
formed a new .<?rshtp under the raise •■
H. D. BABCOCK A CO.. and "M continue *i
the above address.
HENRY D. BABCOCK.
SAMfEI, D. B.\BCOCK.
Member of the N. Y. Stock Exchans*
WM. ALDEN PRATT.
M.I»KD\. IIE>'r»ERSON M CO..
.4 NASSAU STREET.
NEW YORK. „_. - I !
We be? to announce that Mr GEOROE **fff?
r!l RKITI has this da. been admitted «*?-.; g,
general partner In our firm. ___
Nt . ' RDY. HENDERSON * Cl» „*
February Ist, 101»

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