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; sto 6 Per Cent !
■ Sound Investment bonds now yield j
! approximately Five per cent. Others. ■
j of a more or less semi -investment j
! type, may be obtained at prices to!
'■ jiieM about Six per cent. If your |
I money is earning: less than this re
i turn, you should not fail to pet in
: touch 'with a responsible ,and satpe- ;
rlenced investment banking house!
I having first hand knowledge of the \
I true value of the security behind
'bond Issues! The safeguarding: of
! your money is just as important to
I a reliable banking house as to you j
■ personally, for the reason that to be j
i permanently successful it must ex- |
I orcise every precaution not only to j
j inspire but also to retain the com- i
; plot^ confidence of investors.
! Write for Our Bt.nd Circular No. 295. .
I Spencer Trask & Go. |
i 43 Exchange Place. New York.
i — BOSTON— CHICAGO.
Member* New York Stock Exchange.
American I.iifht A- Tract Jon
American <ia« & Electric
Yale & Toirnf
Old Dominion S. v
Pacific Gas
Gas * Kir:. Securities Co."
Williams, McGonneSl&Coleman
BONDS. STOCKS.
«ft Wall St.. 'Phone r,62l John. New Tork
ROt F. MARQUAND
Member of Consolidated Stock Ex. or N. T.
Tel. 3030 Broad. 59 Broad St., X. Y.
STOCKS AND BONDS
For IfiTr^tment or on Margin
FRACTIONAL LOTS
INVESTMENTS
s*NassauSt* NewYorfc
Wm-A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St., N. Y.
fCSTQN CHICAGO BALTIMORE
W. N. COLER & CO.
ESTABLISHED IS7O.
Investment Bankers
48 CEDAR ST.. >~EW YORK CTTV.
New York City Bonds, Al! Issues.
Establish^) 1864. Telephone 2817 Rector.
INSURANCE STOCKS
FIDELITY. PHOENIX. HOME,
NIAGARA. CONTINENTAL. Etc.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
E. S. BAILEY.
f>, BROADWAY. >'• *". C. .
Warren W. Er win & Co.
■SBBana Consolidated Stock Exchange or N. T.
Investment Bankers,
26 Beaver Street, New York.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
1 NDEHGROIM) BUBCTsUC BATLTTAYS
CX>MPA>"Y OI" LOXDOX, I.I>IITKD,
6% LNCOSIE BOND:? OK 1948.
Notice is hereby *riven that interest on the
Income Bonds for the half-rear ending: June
SO. 1910. at the rate of 1c c per annnra fre^ of
British Income Tax, will br paid against pres
entation and s«rend«r of coupon No- •". on and
alter the Ist of t-cptembcr, 1910: In London
.-■• the London Comity & Westminster Bank.
Limited: In New York a* The Now York Tm>t
Cumpanv; in Frankfort*©/ Main at the ofiic.i
of Mr. lizard Speyer-Ellisson; in Amsterdam
et the Hiiwrlßtli Caaas
Coupons must be left for examination three
rl«ar days before payment.
By ord«fr of the » ard
W. 1; MANDELT^K. Per rotary.
London. August '-• 1010.
NATIONAL BiSCUIT COMPANY
50th - "The Beard of Directed hare
PREFERRED 1 -»claTti the fiftieth ccd
mvinc-ND llLJililll quar.erly dividend of
DlViOE.nu si mil iai r jiimnf - pet
c— 'ton the Prefrrrfd Capital Stock of tie Conipinr.rsT
sni- Ace SI. 1910. to stockbo;deT6<»«fard at :he close
Of kasiaoai Ad. 17, 1910. Tr^ 5 ->T books »i!l not be
" lgier F. t. BUGEtE, 1 rciraiw.
Office. HO MESTA KB MSMVi < <»..
MILLS BUILDING. 15 BKQAD STREET.
Km York. August lit! 1910.
DIVIDEND NO- 42!».
IMviderd No. 429 of Fifty (30> cents per
are has betn declared payable at the Trans
fer Agency in New York on the 2.".th lust.
Transfer books BBoee on the _■"< inst.
I,"'"XSFF.:V ■ CO.. Transfer Agents.
OFFICE OF
FEDERAL MINING * SMELTING < O.
-~2 Broadway, New York. Aug. l«th, 1914).
A div-Meiid of o'ie. and three quartern per
cent. (lSi*"?) on the preferred •-■••. at this
Co--.-, has to-day been declared, payable
..,.-.,...- to stockholders ..f record at
the close of bu*=lne!*s on Acs; - 25th.
RANK S WEENY. Secretary.
LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP.
WE, THE CTNOEBSIGKED. CEIN<J DE-
Flrooß of fr.rn-.inp a limited parmership
under Rnd pniruant to the laws of tho State
of New York. do hereby certify:
I. The name or firm under whioli such
partnership If to be conducted is "H. A.
asti.KTT." and the county wherein the prln
ripal place of business of surh partnership is
to be located if the County Of Ne-*- York, In
ita<* State of New York.
11. The general aatur« of ih" businosF in-
T»nd*(J to be transacted by th* paid partner
■hap Is trading in South American products
and a shipping and general commission bu?i
. esa.
111. The names of all the general and spe
cial partner* interested in the paid partner
ship ar" Harry Anderson Af.lett and l.uls
T"»>.]ipn Morey. of whom the sai-J Harry And'-r
*on Ar'.iett ■ the general parin«r and the
said Luis Felipe Morey is tin.- pprrial partner;
they are both of full ap.-: the said Harry
Anderson Aetlett rfgUes in the villas.- of
V/hite Plains, in the County of Weta.-hesjer.
In th* State of New Fork, and the «=a!d I-u!s
Felipe II -. y resides la iQUitos I'c-ru.
IV. The amount of capital which the spe
•a' partner, the said Luis Fe!ip»- Morey. as
«r>ntrlbuted to the common stock of such part-
ship If One hundred thousand dollars.
v. Tte time at which the Fa!.! partnership
is la begin is the f.rft day of August, in the
><*&r ■ - ; *- thousand nine hundred r*nd ten, and
ihe time at which the said partnership i* to
• : d :e the thirtieth day of June, in the > • a.r
one thousand nine hundred and thirteen.
Dated, New York, June 30th. l»lfl
11. A. A.STLKTT.
LUIS F. MORET.
Plate of N« w York, County of New York. *>s. :
On this first day of August, In the year one
thousand nine hundred and ten. before me
personally cam* HARRY ANDERSON APT
LETT. to BM known and known to mo to be
one of the Indl'vldtials described in and who
■ » ecu ted the ff.r. r . .- certificate, and ac
knowledged to me that he executed the *arne.
ALBERT W. PROSS.
Notary I'ui.llo, \V- >•'■ -^:.r<"o.
Certificate filed in N. Y. Co
•,'nited States Consulate, in the City of
Manaoß. in be Republic of BrartL ss. :'
BE IT KNOWN that on hie first day of
July, in the year one jhou?ar.<J ninr hundred
and ten. in 'he City of Manaoe. in me Ri pub
lie of Brazil afor«:*aid. before me. the under-
Ficn'-d, Acting Conßuiar AK°nt of the rutted
States of America, resident i n said •:;-.,,
Manaof, in •■•• Republic <-,f Ilrazil. personally
■Bbw I.: I- FELIPE MOREY. to me known
»nc known to me t<» l>«- on.* of the individuals
<Vs<-ribf«l * n and who ■ r ut«d ■■'■'-••.
«-^rtiflcale and arknow l<-dp< d to m<- that ho
OK Waited th» oame for tlse uh.ji and jiurpoe* s
1 herein mentioned. .
la witness Whereof, ! '..» • hereonto fiih-
K^ribe^ my name si'd affix"! the g * a ! „f t l€ .
»»1d «"on«iular ApeiT-\, in lh« dtj ol Manaea
nfor<-j<aid. Un Urn «lav utid sar flrst abov»
■rritt^n. I". 11. SANPOKD,
A«linp Anierwati ConsulHr Agent.
tflsol «if tj. s. ■ Bcdai ap«ik-.v, Manaos,
BrazlLl
• American «"onsular B*rviC*t Pee Stamp. ?2.t
MEETING'S.
XOTICK r>| ',v.i,.u. vKi 'i ISO OK
TUB ■.. I- H' >1.l 'Xl:.- OF
AMKRI«'AV "MXI l|\(. AM» KHIMM, < O.
The Annual Itoetfnjc of ih.- St.,. ki,.. <.f
th»- Arri'ii-iiii Sm«.ltln(; „i..i IJ.-linlnß- Company
•will be held at tlx- principal «•« «>f th<- «'om"
i.fi.-. at No. l.'> X.*' 1.-ii.r. Plmoe. .l-rst-y «;ity,
in the State of N< v.' Jersey, on Wednesday.
Urn Mventta day of September. 1910. at eleven
:■..;. in Jht- forenoon, for tn« purpose of
electing H. Board of Dinctors of said <"ompany.
and lor the consideration .-.1 <! transaction of
such other business as may properl coino
before the MM • I haa
The Transfer Books ot th*» stock of this
Company v.'iil be cJo»»-d at tKr--.- o'clock P. M.
IBM lfcth day of Auburn, i:m<! and will be
renpFi)>-4. < " th« 2 v th day of August. 1910.
I>ated, Wear York, Au*r. r.th. 1910.
W. E.- MERRIKS. Kerrelary.
FERRY COMPANIES.
j Bid. Ask «d
10th & BM -"< 88 37
i do bonde... «0 70
Union Ferry.. 2S 81
1 Co lat 6i.. 3* »«
TMd.A*k«d.
Eklyn F Bt.. 20 25
B r Ist os .100 105
NT&HF G6«M . »7
>, I*E.R. 30 S5
«o l«t 5t.. "■" ■ 4*
STOCK PRICES MOVE TO HIGHER LEVELS ON LIGHT TRADING
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1910.
Sh'rs j Net ( ~~ j Actual Sale?, i Closing.
sold, jchgel 1 Op. Hi.lLowlFinljßid.lAsk
MM +Vk AUis-Chalmers Company... 9^ s>=4; Mj »%j Fl 91;9 1 ;
a.eWMS»-i Amalsamatcti Copper 1 66% CS Gs a 68 6l ' <i GS
400 +,% American Agr. Chemical.. 43% 44 43% 44 44U| -<5
6,000— '* ; American Beet Bagmr 3S 138 37 *7»4 «7% 87%
2(<o 4-2% American Beet Sugar pr... 93^ 9.^i »W4l 93*4 90 I 95
Mi — - American Can. 8% %% , S»* sa + 8% 8%
600] - \ American Can pr i 6sTs 69 67»i 68% 6S ml.?m 1 .?
l,5o>:» +1% American Car & Foundry.; 4S [ 49^ 48 49Vj' (ft% 50
210,4 V- ,Amerfcan Car & F. Pr 112 112 112 112 111& 114
li>. -2 " ; American B. S. & F ! Sri Sfi ,K6 ]8S ' 1
Soo' +11 1 * American Cotton Oil ' 60»i (HV2 GOm 6]i^ 61 i 62
400! +\k American Hide & Lea. pr.. ( 2S I 28%j 2S 2SVi 2S 29%
1.210' +848 4 American Ice Securities 22^i| 83 '22 1 2£ 3i3 i 21 -'i: 3
BM +"s American Linseed : 1344 13% 13* ii 13% 13% 13%
250 -1 American Linseed pr I 3". '35 35 !35 :34 137
HO +1U American Locomotive ! 37&4 1 39 . 37 3 4 38"; 38 1 *; 1 39
» American Malt 1 4% 4"& 4 T s 4" i •♦^ •'
16.9'Xtt +2?s American Smelting: 166^ 69% 6634 •?}»■» 69^ •%
100 American Smelting: pr ,102 102 102 102 102 103
KM + % American Smelting pr 8... S5Vb! 85% s." 1 * SnH M 4M 4 S.". 4.
•KM+ N> American Steel Foundry... 145 45 !45 '45 !4% 47
700. — American Supar 120%ll20»i J13(",(. 120% 120 120? i
l.OOo! + '* Americaji Sugar 0r..: 118% 119 118% 119 119 120
3,275' +lVi American Tel. & Tel 134% 136%J13« 136 1135% 136
MM ! American Tobacco pr....-..^ 92% 92 1 * 93% 92% 92% 92%
MO ♦ % i American Woolen ; 2S^4 28% 28% 2S%| 27 I 28
BO American Woolen pr 96 ! 06 | 96 | 96 ; 96 1 97
BM -»l*i Anaconda 40'^! 41 ; 4^*. 41 40 4 4.1
12,700 41% Atchison I 98"* 98% 100% 100% 100%
BOJ lAtchfson pr 109% 100% 100%|100%! 99% 100%
l.inoi 413; Atlantic Coast Line 111W113%f111% 11S%!113% 113%
1,700U Baltimore &• Ohio 107« i 108% 107% 108% 108% 108? 8
l.lOOi -11 ] 2 Bethlehem Steel |V, , 27 1 * 26 ' 27' 4 27 I 'J^Vz
2.''."' *£ Bethlehem Steel pr ' 54U, 59 54% B9 68% \6O
4,100; «I% ! Brooklyn Rapid Transit... 76U 77 T> -< : 75% 775 4 : 77%! 7774
,W>; + % I Brooklyn TTnion Gas V.M'n l^r.u..ir,4i 2 13"» Vi 135 !137
8,300 .i g Canadian Pacific !I<*4 195 194 196 !194 4i1K
13,450 +1% Central Leather | 34V.! 36% :.4'.> 1 36 ' 85% 3<5 l {|
100 — - Centra! Leather pr |105 "'10." !lOT» |105 1104% 106%
5.540! -I 1 *. 'Chesapeake & Ohio I TV* 76% 74»,4 75^1 75% 176
],4»> + 14. 'Chicago Great "Western !24 ' 24%] 24 24% 1 2-4^; 24*4.
HX»0! + 14, Chicago Great "Western pr. 44V, 4:^, 44U 45% 45% «6
5.500 1 41% Chicatro. Mil. & St. Paul.. 125W127%|125%1127%]127V4 127%
100;—^ Chicago, Mil. & St. P. pr..|149 1149 (149 149 149% ISO
1,740 ; + "s Chicago & Northwestern. . 1144*41145% 144%!145% 146 |147
l,2<X>i 42 (Colorado Fuel * Tron | 30H| 33 ; 30 l 8l 8 31% 31% 52%
•:.. .iv, Colorado & Southern ! 7,4 I MV^i 54 ! 54% 64% 55
P30')142i8 Consolidated Gas .T131%!133% 131%1133% 133 !133\4
1400 4 % Corn Products Refining....) 141r 14% l 14Vs] 14V; 14% 1 » 6 S
3 710 -2*2 Delaware *. Hudson 161-'.4!163 1 *.j162 [164
9001 4" 8 Denver & Rio Grande } 30»i : 31%| SOVil 31% 31 I 31V 4
110! — Denver & Rio Grande pr.. : 71% 71^ 71% 71% 71 !73
300(— xt Distlllins: Securities i 27--?4 27% l 27% 27% 28 ; »i.i
4,4300 + % Kne i 261-8 25"ii 26 26% 20% 26 a 4
900 + % il-i-ie Ist pr 144 !45 44 I 44%] 44% 44%
400 +1% I Erie ii pr !22 ' 33% 32 33V 33% 34
390 +1% General Electric Compajiyi44'. !144Vi'145 !144%|145
3.2W -1% Great Northern pr 1253i!127%|125\i127 127 127 1 ;
i 300 — - Great Northern Ore ctfs...! 56 1 66%| 55%| 56 ."-6 56%
200 +1«4 Illinois Central lia»ill31 1 «i;i30>.i!13!»4i131%]132
3,000 + % Inter-Metropolitan : 17% 17% 17 17% 17%| 17%
4,300 +1% Inter.-Metropolitan pr ' 46% 49^ 4 46^1 4S^ 48% l 45%
'•v.. +2% 'International Harvester... I 95%' 971-4 95%] 974 ; 97 ■ 97%
"•>,-.> . 4 U (International Harv. Pr , 117%!117% 117 IISV2
10 0 __ j international Paper 1 11V U% 11% 11%1 11% 11%
300 4-% ; International Paper pr ..J 4934 50 1 49%] BO j 50 j El
jvx>| +1% Int. Steam. Pump j 89%] 40 ; 39V 40%] 40% 41
200: - % Int. Steam Pump pr \ SI ! 81%; Si | 81% 81% 82
330! _ lowa Central | 16?; I 16%1 16\| 16%1 16%! 17 I
Total sales for the day, 540,64:. shares, compared with 1.113 or* shares for the cn"espon;Hrigr day i™- npriod in 1909
Total sales January 1 to August 16. Inclusive, 117.201.109 shares, compared with 125.660,629 shares for the same penogjnjßgßß
FINANCIAL MARKET
Sterling Exchange Strong and
Well Above Gold Import Level.
Transactions 1n stock? were light in
volume throughout the day. but prices
were strong in the best part of the five
boon of trading, with substantial ad
vances in Amalgamated < 'opper. Inter
national Harvester. Missouri Pacific.
Central Leather. American Smelting,
consolidated Gas. Rock Island. Read
ing. I'nion P;uiti<- and United States
Bteel. The general market was helped
by early weakness in the grain and cot
ten markets, in which trading was based
to <onsiderable extent upon a favorable
weekly government weather report and
on the absence «>f overnight, selling or
ders, which bear operators had counted
upon as a consequence of the weakness
displayed in yesterday's quotations.
Strength in London discounts, an un
i;i\ orable foreipn trade statement for
July and the prospects of heavy de
mands upon this centre f^r currency in
t!ip course of the next few weeks failed
to encourace outside selling, and while
in th<^ initial trading thexo w;:s some
pressure from the bear element the
diief effort of the shorts in the larger
part of the day was to cover outstand
ing contracts. Indeed, the heaviest buy
ing I'arac from this source. The opinion
of tlv best market observers in the
Street favors the theory that for some
time to come stock market business -will
r^pr^sent little beyond the swapping op
erations of an insignificant professional
party, barring, of course, tho develop
ment of important conditions affecting
intrinsic values.
"Wall Street's speculative wiseacres,
who always have had former President
Roosevelt en their black list, found in
tho refusal of the anti-Hughes men to
i indorse him for temporary chairman of
; the coming Republican State Conven
tion a reason for higher stock market
prices, and as this Is about the time for
the appearance of the silly season and
I do? days in the speculative community
the argument found the usual quota of
; followers. Favorable London copper
, statistics attracted buying of American
Smelting and Refining and Amalga
! mated Copper, while the reduction in the
preferred dividend of the United States
Cast Iron Pipe Company was entirely
disregarded as a market factor. The
general market closed at or near the
best prices of the day. operations for bull
account in the last hour showing a
j marked expansion a? compared with the
] dealings earlier In the session.
Although our merchandise export trade
pince January 1 has been heavier than
in the same time last year, it barely has
; kept pace with the import movement.
! the net excess of exports in that period
! amounting in value to only $1,666,36^
against an excess in 1909 of $66,810,
211 and an excess In 1907 of (372.110.
i 441. The increase in imports in the last
i seven months, as compared with the cor
responding time in 1909, is $S7,OSS,Bn,
compared with a gain in exports of $21.
944.064, while In the mouth of July, the
figures for which were received yester
day, imports exceeded those of July.
1909, by $3,812,100, against an increase
In exports of $5,159,889, the excess of
Imports for the month amounting to
$2,218,883. Both imports and exports in
July were heavier than in any corre
sponding month, except in 1907, exports
increasing from a year ago in spit" of a
decline in the outward movement of
foodstuffs and cotton. It may be Inter
! eating to our free trade friends to learn
that In the month under review 49.10
per cent of the total imports can* la
fro.: of duty, the percentage being
larger than in any earlier July since
1897, when large quantities of wool and'
other articles under the fr»-*> list at 'that
I time, were rushed here in anticipation of
a change in the tariff which became ef
fective "ii July 24 of that year.
The fact that exports and Imports in
the last seven months have about bal
i anced offers a ready explanation for the
i heavy shipments from here of gold in
' the first .-ix months of the year, while It
] presents a satisfactory reason for the
1 improbability of gold imports in the
j autumn without a large gain in exports
of merchandise and an active absorp
tion of our securities abroad, unless the
metal Is brought in as a loan. l^ondon
discounts are higher and Egyptian ex
change is moving in favor of gold with-
I drawals from the British capital for the
account of Egypt. It therefore is un
likely our bankers will secure any
i likely amounts of the South African
f'-rtn^r amounts of ttu South Afrit aa
~^ NEW-YOlk DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY/ AUGUST 17. IMP.
i gold that comes to London weekly. I
; Nevertheless, it is gratifying to know
that notwithstanding our poor currency
j system, which tends to drive the yellow
j metal from this country, and extreme
ease In call money here. New York has j
(imported since July 1 almost $17,000,000 j
gold, an amount which has materially j
I helped local bank reserves. Develop- j
j ments in the foreign and domestic ex- j
change markets do not suggest easier j
rates for time money at this centre.
BOND MARKET SALES.
poo jap 4145 9434U5000 t>ct> S. n G j
1000 Rep of Cuba Ref us 81
08 103U lotto do Con 45... i+4
2000 ArK-«ntln© 5s 06'; ; 05000 Erie Gen 45. . 71
2000 <3o 96Vi' 3000 do Cvi 4* B fio'4
10000 Va 6s Defd I 3000 Gpii Klei: Deb
Ctfs 40 ! fa i 37
100.) S V Can 102 21000 Urn Bay T>nb
SXV.O Ho 102U b • 12
2000 NY nt 44a h««»o do 124
1857 106 'imvio d<<... . 13
10000 dr. 10(Vi 10< 11 & Tr.T C
I 18000- do 4%s 100 & i Gen 4r 92
; HK>rt do 100% 16000 Int Met 4Us. . TS- S
I 000Q do 4s 1957. 97 3 ij SOOO do 7... 7S?i
I 6000 do 1!>59 07^1 7000 mt & Gt Nor
i 3000 do W-il 2d Ctfs . 110
■ l ° ll do 974 : 2000 Int st Tump
I 11000 Alb & Susq I 6s 92
-';<■ "l 3 i 1000. Kail City So
2000 Allls-Ch os.. 78 I r.s " 1004
2000 do 74^i 1000 Kings Co El
2000 do 73 ; is >-tp.j SO
•>xn) An P * Imp 1100001 10000 Lark Steel 5s
5a KO I HiUi 00U
2000 Am IT & I> I :;000 I. B & M S
fis 90 I Deb 4s 9S
2«WI Am T S. T 110000 i., & N A 1C
Cvt 4« 101 I fr C 4« 02 7
JSOOOO do 101*4 J 1000 Man Con 4s
65000 do 101 Hi Stpd . . . 98*4
1 l£ooo do 1013& 100) Marino 4U5... «si^i
, 25000 Am Tob C»s..iav%j 2tX»> M X & T Ist
20000 do 4S4 S 7841 4s 95%
«v(Xm» Ann Arl> Ist . ! 40.-VI Mo Pao Cvt
: 4fi 75% 5a ». .. 92
j jooo Armour 4U,s. 91 , 1000 N V Cent Gen
I 4000 do }»l?it r.Ks . s.S'i
i 4OXi do !HV noi'm do". BS'.;
11000 At T & S F I<hh> do I** 1934. 94
Gen 4s 96 ' loo<> x T ( ; & B i,
j 12.V!0 <lo 97Ti| h & P f.5..100H
»V»fH> do fiSi X 5000 NVNH &II
1 '*»*> <!• 96m Deb Rs 131%
SO4KJ do (>< 4 1000 x v O & W
j 6Or«> do T S I. I Ref 4s !>7 ! 4
4s 92?;jllO<V> N* V Tel 4-.s. 97
; 1000 At Coast 4=. 92% -_VMhj Norf & West
1000 do JC'sl Con 4k 97%
I Iloo<> do T. & N I 2000 rl( , f»7*i.
I Is PI^ I 2000 do ... . . J»7^j ■
| 8000 do !il" '14|>oi> do ii 1'!1 '! 4».. 98Vs!
BOO* i do 91% TWO do 99
1000 B .V- O Gold ! 5000 Nor Pac Prior
4s 99 | As Ken <•*<'»
1000 ,l.i «V«3 4 j ]<>OO Pa.- T& T .">s. 98%
10(0 d-> V L. X 160000 Pa 3Us 1915.. VB%
&WV 4s S»U| ICKK> do 4s 1948.".1O1!4
OOi'iO do 9<> I 2000 Peo & Hast
1000 do Pr 345. »2 ' Ist 9"
0000 do 9m | 2000 n«-ad Gen 4s. 97 7 i
2000 Beth BO .".s. fH\i\ 5000 R I A & L.
18000 T? r T 45... K2>»i 4«-s Ctfs... 08%
1000 do Gold .Ik.T>2 ' sooo St lTr M A
25000 Bkln Un Cl | So R * G4a 84%
Ist 100 1100001 10000 St [, & S V
K*X> do 100% R R Gen .Is 8fl!4
8000 do 100'il 2000 -„, 87
::foo<> ,1o 100% ' 2(Xm» do Ref 45. . . 90%
2<XX> do 10<Vil Jooi> do &<>*;
0000 do Btpd.. .100 1 100<» St I, Bwn Con
.•^•«> By & 7th Ay I 4s 72 ! -i
Ist Con ss. 98%) 1000 Et P M & M
20<"K> (' an po Ist I 4%s 104 |
Kit «>« 103% I<VX» B A. & Ar P
6000 Cent T. ss. . . 98% I 4s S5
17000 do 9SU lOfWl Scab A r, Ref
14000 Ce n ac Gtd .Is 99%
4s 9fi ' TiOOO So Pac Ist Rpf
iWiO C ft O Cvt I 4s 9.Vi
4V-s 91% I 17000 d 0.." 915 s ;
0000 do ft]i..' 5000 do 93 T i
4e/«> r-hic Gw4s 85 " 32000 do Cvt 45... fls»g
3000 Chic & XAV 10000 d 0... ft* 3 *
Con 7s 111 111000 do 9«T4
11000 Chic 15 A Q 1 17000 do 9ft
Jt 4-= fr. - -, ;{(>"> So Rway Ist:
7000 do gs% 5s 104%
8000 do P.V 4 ! 2000 do s2OF. 104-1
liKio c M & St P ' 1000 do St L, Div
Gen 4s A . . 9«% ! 4s ... .85
2<")00 do T'S-.^ So<io Term CI & R
1000 do 95) < n& M 65.. 108%
1000 C P. I <& P ! 5000 Third Ay Con
6f 109% 43 Btpd. . . . 59
.v»w> do Rep 109 i 1000 do 59%
WOO do Ref 43. 88%! 10<;>0 T St I. & W
12^M>n do . . . BRWI 4? 70
I*ooo do R R 4s. 72 5 2000 Un El I. 4'^s. K4" 2
moo do 72 i ' 10000 do Inc 38%
37000 do 73 I 1000 V Pac Ist R?f
87000 do 72»i! 4s 95%
5000 C Tn<l St I, & ' 2000 do 95%
C4s 9T.V.1 7000 do 9.".V.
1000 Col &So Ist 20000 do Cvt 45.. 10."*;
4s . . : 94 i 1000 v S n & r
OCX*) do Ref *.• v fis S7 I
Ext 4U«... W. 111000 rj B Rub 6*. .102%
2000 Com Pro.! S ! ftooo U S 5t1.*.0F5.103 !
f 1931 . . . 9nu! t\tw\ do !":•■'
M)oi-> do Dlv 1984 93% 1 17000 do ion's
1000 do 94% 118000 Va-Car Chpm
7<«on tip] & II Ovt i Ist 5s W.,
4s 9S ! 1000 Wall ReT &
1000 do 97%! Ext 4? «3«J
8000 do 9S 12O0il do r,:;s;
1000 De n & R G ' 7000 do »'.«
R»ff= 90"; 5000 Westh'«..sFS. S7
lOOii do . .. 91%
Total «a!'-« of bonds. ?1.2.'.5..'.00.

CHICAGO STOCKS. .
(Furnished by Curtis .v ganger, No. 49 Wall
street.)
Sales. Op« 11 IliKh. Low. Close. ■
Tut Am Can »<'■« S B i H% ss s s '
.'53 do pref 68% 69 88% 69
420 oth Pish pref.. 04 \ 64% •■.' 84%
30 < 'am Edison 111 111 1 .- in 1 1 1 •,
1.182 Chicaxo Subway. •; <•'* B% OVi
10 Pneumatic Tool., ::i ■': |T! . 3<l 30%
fK>O Chi Rys No 2.... W% . l«% ic.u. 16%
*> Diamond Match.. i«' 90 90 f)i>
IV Illinois Brii k . ... CO 80% Co 80 •
100 McCrutn Howell . r, .' T i 52% 62% r.V'4
80 do pref 96% 95% 95% 9.",%
700 National Biscuit. .lo6% IKSU 108% i^s'..
• 94 do pref 121 124 in 124
l.vi N;it Carbon pref.llß 11*\ US n^'j i
20 People's linn 105% HB% i".-.'-. i«r:,u i
100 Swift & Co.. • I!> , 1!» 7 » 19% 19 i
2 Bo Hidfl Elevated. M 58 M r.s
247 Seurs IM% lf.o 17.4 '■„. ]IM
— do pref 117'h US lIT ! IIS
310 United Boxboaad. ' ';- " 7 8% 7
BONDS.
ICQOO Com Edison Bs ..100% 100% 100 >4 10.1.;.
2.000 Chl Ryi ■)-. s 15. 715% 7.'.-« 7r.' t 73%
1.000 Swift 0a 1W» 1 ! " 100 1011
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(Furnlihed by Williams. McConnell & Colcman.
r^ No. 60 Wall street.)
I.ii. Asked.
Am I.iKht & Traction 272 —
do preferred I'M l"i
Am Gas * Electric '•'• 48
do pr«fi rred " 42
•1., Ural r.s M', D 3%
Denver Una & electric ,H"> l. r
do KMtsra] 85... !l<< '•-'
Empire Distriol Electric • " :! "'i
do preferred ' !) 7."
do l.undf " 77
Ijinrolti • s:is Si Klf-.'t rlc ... '"' -'■•■
Pacific Gas & Electric ... 58 •'•''.
do preferred ■ , "* S7
Sh'rs I Net I ! Actual Sales. I Closing
sold, lchgel I Op.l Hl.lLowlFinllßid.jAsk
1.090 + % lowa Central pr 31 132% 31 132% ;32 i 32Hi
1,000 41% Kansas City Southern ! 29% 30% 29%) 80% 30% 31
500 +% Kansas City Southern pr.. 62% 63% 62% l 63% 63% •»
8.250 — — Laclede Gas • 103%j103% 102%j103^ 103 103%
200— U. Long- Island j 65% 65%! 65 60 I "%,•;*
700 +% Louisville & Nashville 141% 143% 141% 143V 4 143% lWi
100p% Mackay Companies j 86% 86% 86% 88% 87,4 BT%
1 100; 41% Mackay Companies pr 74 |74 7* 7* I TVA M«*
IOC +2% Manhattan Elevated 130% 130% 130% 130% 130 130%
610 7^ Minn. & St. tTic:- 24Va,: 24W |« I s» , M
800 ♦ % It. St. P. &aS. M &Il*f* Si i
10 0 i- S St P& S S. M. LL. 88 88 88 88 RT^j. 88 1 -;
lM I%! o, Kansas & Texa.s | 33^ 84 »J 33% 33^,
200 41 Mo.. Kansas & Texas pr.. 62 163 62 63 J6O 63%
1.200 41% Missouri Pacific 51% 83j6 "% g% 53% 03%
d :\. gsEi sss. 1 Hi s» « hi i
600 +4 New York. Ont. & West... 41 , 41% 41 41% 41% 4t%
1,000+1% ; Norfolk & Western .97 SJJi 97 | 97% 97« 9T%
■W0 4 £ Vnrth American M 69^£ 69 ! 69% 69% ( 0
u.&- + is ■'NoSilpm Vadflc:::::..:....:ii6^.ns^ i ii^;iisyim B:ii^8 :ii^
LOO +it Pacific Mail ... 26 26 2fi 2b 2h | 36%
8.60fi; 41 " Pennsylvania' "pJailroad 129% 130% 129% 130% 130% 130%
TOO 41 1; People's Gas & Coko 106 105% 106 «*% 106 V* 1 £1"
M.V .IP C (" & St. L , 94% : 95"« 94% 95% 95 : 96
5001 4 % Pittsburg Coal 1 16% 16% ( 16% 16% 16% 16%
2.000![+1% Pressed Steel Car ! 36% 37%. 3*,% ; 37% : 37% 88
l<30 ! +Vi Pressed Steel Car pr 95 |95 :95 95 195 9*»
200- 4 Pullman Palace Car 159 1159% IR> f 153% 1» 160
.300+% Railway Steel Spring i 33% 34% 33% 34% 34% 34%
96 2f>o +2Vi Reading 143^146 143% 140% 14^<
MO] 4 % Reading id pr 194 94% 94 ' 94% 93 94%
1,900 + i^| Republfc Iron & Steel = 31% 32Vi 31% ; 32 Va: 02-% 32%
800 +% Republic Iron A Steel pr... ; 92 93 !92 ;»1 93% 94
► 17.250 +1% Rock Island ' 30% 31% 30% 31% 31% 31%
l.ano| 41 Rock Island pr..., ;66 167 66 67 ( 6h% 67
!v^ 41 St. Louis &S.F.3d pr | 39% 40$ 39% 40 !40 ; 40%
100 4-% St Louis Southwestern.... 24%; 24% 24% £% -4 , v-«*
890 +1% Sloss-Sheff. Steel & Iron.. 61 62% 61 LSH^.LfS?
20,100 +]% Southern Pacific 115% 117 U5« 116% Üb% 116%
19fflV% Southern Railway 23% 24% 23* 24% 24% 24%
5001+1% Southern Railway pr !54 j 56%^ 54 £>,* f*>W. .^
»0-+ is Tennessee Copper | 24% 25, , 24% 26 . , 24 -,; ?7
Soo - % Texas & Pacific 27% 27%) 27% 27T, 2 27%^ 27%
SSO r +1% Third Avenue Railroad ; 7% S<. 5 , 7% *-*\ S^j ■
POO + % Toledo, St. L. .<-. Western.. 23% 23% ! 20% 23% 23^ ,4
700 - % Toledo, St. L. & West. pr.. 49% l 40', 4^ 4?^, 4^ iSI
52,0,«>; 42 Union Pacific 167% 169% 167% 169% 169% 169%
200 +% Union Pacific pr 93% 93% 93^ 93% i — — ,
100 !__ United Ry. Investment..... 31 t3l 31* i3l ? Qt , S|
100 - % United Rv. Investment, pr., 69% 69% 59% »% 69% 61
SOI --v S. Cast Iron P. & F 14 !14!14|14 jl4 j 1. ? :
1-001 +1' ITT <* Rubber . 34% 35% 34% 35% So 35%
'•20? :> g: I Rub^r-istpr:::::..:. ! 69* »ft *• . m\ imjag
200t+2% U. S. Rubber 2d pr 69 «% 69v 69% 69% 69%
102.800 +2% United States Steel 70% .2% JO% .72% 72% .2%
600 1 + •.. United States Steel pr 116% 11. 116% 117 116% U<
3.600 ; +1% Utah Copper ...... 46 7 48 1 46 v, 4i% ; 4,5 4 t 47^
iftOO 41 Virginia-Car. Chemical.... OS% 59% 65% 59% 09% 69%
200.+ % Wabash rr::::.:::.:.: %% ;18 1.% »d 17T^ 18
'*>(¥> l +It-= Wahas'i r.r 34% 3b% 34% 36V4 &>',* ob
*:St% Western Maryland 44% 44% 44- 4| 44% 44% 45
300 — _ Western Union Telegraph. 64 i 64 64 64 « to
1,200 Westinghouse Mfg 161 61 60 ; 60^; bO 60%
100i-i; Wheeling &■ L. E. 3d pr.---l b^> 6^! hV4. kU »»% .v,
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:
T^st Closing,
palp. Bid. Asked.
Adam? Express 230 200 —
Allls-Oalmers pref -'2 ••!'» f*
Am Asrr Ch.m pref 101% 98 0-
Am Coal 12OVa '!> ]••']
Am C Oil pref 101 101 103
Air. Dlst Tpl 20" 1-. -J> '
Am Hide & Leather B% ->'* '' *
Am Locomotive pref ....103*4 104 1W
Am Malt pref 31 3T!I 34
Am «nuff 28S »0 800
do pr"? .'. . . : i WOVi »3 101
Am Tel & "'able 71 ! ; 71% '•;
Ann Arbor 33 2- »
do pref "0 86 • -
Bait & Ohio pro* , i" 1 81 PI
Batopllas Mining 2% 2 ~^s
Brunswick 8% *% 's
Buff R & P 0* KS '!
do pref 12--. 1-1 1-"
Buff & Husq pr<'f '-■' — ?•
Ruttprick 2flVi -O'.a •■"
ran Southern 60 Hi '".1 «
Cent & South Am Tel US I" 1 120
Cent of N J 283 -'•" 300
Chic & Alton 27 20% 29!*
do prof 64% — *'••.•>
Chi.: B & Q3- 22S 200 -
Chic & Northwest pref...2rtt -"-^ -10
C .<t P M & 0 1™ 130 160
do prof ...." ISO 150 17"
Chic Union Traction |J 2% ...4
do prcf ftb SJ4
c^^ sJr.:.v:::::::^s J r.:.v:::::::^ S j|
Col 1-^uol A- I prcf 115 100 IKJ
Col &Ho Ist pref 72, 71% - >*
do 2d prrf 71 iO ; >S
Col & Hock Coal & I fi^i •">-* 8
Com Products Ref pref. . 72Vi 74 BU
Pel Lack ft W 510 .M<» 07*.
D M i Ft D 5 3 li>
Detroit United R Tl 53 — .'•'-
D S S & At IOH I f>l1 * 12
do pref 22 21. 2.".
Brans &- T II 50 "<2 .V>
do pref 82^4 75 *•.".
Fed M ft S 25 22"*
do pref M% HO 62%
Fed Sugar 80 ♦<» 60
do pref '••-" «0 I<»'
Gen Chen Co '■>*■ »1 I" 11
do pref 103 l'«» K>r.
Granby Mining 40 2T. !<»»
Havana Elec Ry W,4 — ".M'i,
rio pr^f 95 90
Hocking Valley 124 7 » 118 125%
Home.stake 86 *•> B'J
inßersoll-nand Co 105 f'.".
do pref .. . : M .is '.»7
Kan City Ft S * M pref 72 71 '-a 7»i
Keok & D M 4»i .'. S
do pref ... 41 SO 50
Knick Ice of Chic pref. . . 77 <>7 7,.
Laclede (las j.re.f re, SO X--
Tjiik... Erie ft W 15 U 17
do pref 4. . .'l.'. 4"
I^iike Shore 320 32.1 —
Marihat Beach ?! 2 4
Marine 4?i '47s4 7 s . >
do pref 17 Ui ! * 17
Mich Cent . -- 180
Minn & St I- pref 52 38 40
M B P ft S S M pref 14« 142 IIS
Xash & Chat 12." 12." 130
Nat Biscuit pref 121 4 11^ 130
Nat Knara & Ptpd pref... S6Vb SO liirt
Nat lyead pref 104 * i 108 105%
Nat of Mo:< pref tW^ 66 «!t
N V Air Brake 70% 7.1 7*
N V Chic & St L. 82 69 (i: j .
N V On ,t St 1- Ist pref.luu«i 100 110
do 2d pref H," SO j>:i
N V Dock pref 82% 70 80
X V X H & H I.'*) 14:t?i 131
Norf & West pref .". .. Bft SO 91
Ontario Silver 2 1 '* 2%
Pacific Coast 105 iJK im;
do Ist pref 105 SO ill)
.).. "d pref 103 <it; in
Pac Te] ft Tel 32 35 37
Peorla ft Kastcrn 22 I."- 23
P.CiC & St T. prcf 115% 105 liii
Pitts Coal pref <i.",i» 84 tit;
Quicksilver 2>-a 2"-* 3^i
dourcf V* 3 ! ,» 5%
Reading Ist pref Brt M '.hi
Rome Wat A: Og 121 ' i IIS 122
lit land It R Co pref.... 30 23 30
St J. <£■ S F Ist pr f 58 55 «5
St I, ft S I" ft E 111 cts. 125 — ISO
do prof llfi 1 ; — 11.',
do new «1 4S C 8
St L &• Southwest prr-f... 57 58 •'...
Sears-Roebuck pr^f 121 % — 125
.Sloss-Sheff Steel & I 1 ref. ll4 110 IM
South H X M & O certs. . Hrt^j 7K 83
Tex & Pac hd Tr SI S7 90H
Toledo Rys i- I^ight 7% 7 a
Twin City X T 10* 107 104
Union Hap & Paper 7'i 7 7",
do pref 58 .'it; <>i 1
United Dry Goods 9H 10" ' 101
do pref lOOS 100 105
United Cigar .Mfgr pref .. 10;: 102 108
USC Iron Pipe & X pref 53 .'.<> 60
I' S Kxpress J>l» 96 l>Ki
17 S Realty A imp 7" 711 71
U 8 Eeduc & Ref 4 .v 4 i;,-. t
do pref 13 15 ••.-,
Vandalia ii 1: 89 72»i —
Va ''ar Chem pref 120 120 l .-
Va Iron C & C 58 — a]
Wclls-Kargo Ex 1 75 155 in.-,
West Maryland pref 67 r,7',; hs
Westlnghoase M Ist pref. 115 110 125
Wheel & 1., B .V 5U .',ai
do Ist pref 11 io--, n
Wis Centra] 49 4."> m
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnished by W. N. Coler A Co., No. 43 Cedar
street.)
{Accrued Interest to be added.)
Bid. Asked.
•4',. March, 1030-flO ifUMi ioo*i
''.'■-. November, 1057 in.",'" Itxl'i
'4-... May. IPf.7 luv'. |08« I
•i' : , November. lt>l7 102 inn
•4H, May, 1!')7 102 in.?
-t^ May. 1959.. (173,, us
•4*. November. !!<•>. 97% |V >
*4:<. May. l!O7 i)7ik -.V.
•ts May. 1919 :wi, «.«•%
•Is. November, 1956-'O6 !.«',, !t7
tls. November. 1936 •::;\ \i,;\
*.'{'%. November, 1034 -55 n&% s ,;i 3
t.t'v. May, m.4 .vss «,fi'i
t3H. l)»-.'>-*54 bs m
i3V4; November, r.ms 7m s7 ,s.s
|3%. November, 1928... *r> iji.S
S.Tt!, November, 1922. -ii** M
|3%. November. Mils {i 3»; d.-,
{"Vs. November, 1914 . 084 ;i7v»
w.oe.w .oe. November, 1910 {00% ior»
•Coupons tnterehanceable. tl^erlntered. JCou
:>ons. IReststerad and coupon 'Stirlins.
COBALT STOCKS.
(Furnished by Warren, Gzow«kl ft Co.. No. S3
Broad street.)
Bid Asked. ' • Hid. Asked.
AnialKamat.. 1% 'i I.a R(.s<>.. 4<ki 402
Hiiili-y ..... 7'/i H Kittle Nlpts.. 1»> 1»I l i
Heaver Con. 21 21% MrKlnJey ... 98% l»l>' 4
Ills: Six . 1!4 •'« Nancj Helen. 4 5
Buffalo MB 225 Nipisstng ... 11 11.1.%
Chamb K.-rl. \<\'-* 17% Nova Scotia. » 31
Cof Cobalt. 22 83 Oplilr ISVS 88
■ ..i.iit Cent. 11' 12 I in»-(t<- ...'.... i- 2
Cobalt Lak« I- 7*7 * 1.1 Peterson t*ka 17'« IN
< . .ni. mas ...4»»> .'■<>" Right of Way -•*>'? -'il«i l «
I'riivn Rea..2S." -"M I Rochester ... l» T i 13%
1.-1,1 .11 i"i Silver I.<af.. Sis "'a
Clifford •*• i; SlHer 11«r... 4 4 '»
111 North) 1 ■!' ~ s Stiver gu^n. 7 S
'Ircrn Me<"li. i3 * ;: remlskamlns. XI% 81%
llars;ravea . lf (l « --'" ITrethewe; ..127 l»%
Hudson Kay 95 i'«> [Watt 8 *
John BlarV 2 ■*• lw>Mi»Mf«»i •• M «-
K«rr I>»Ue..6PO 700 |
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Speculation In the market for outside
securities was slightly more active, wit n
rather extensive dealings in a number or
the ruining issues. Price movements wore
irregular, with the- undertone firm. «on
siderable realizing by traders brought
about a. small reaction after high levels
were reached, but this was parti} offset
by recoveries on rather heavy Purchases
for inside account. This was especially
so in Chino, which moved up V < onsoi
1 idated Arizona Smelting improved nearly
i Vs on extensive trading and covering by
shorts. Ely Central was In fair demand
at a fractional change. Miami improved
%■ Butte Coalition, after a strong open
ing, lost all the advance. The silver
stocks were in slightly better demand. In
the industrial list Intercontinental Rub
ber was up ¥z. American Tobacco was
more active with a small advance. hi
cago Subway ruled steady. There wan
little or no inquiry for bonds. Detailed
operations follow:
INDUSTRIAL.
Salea. Open. Iliith. Low. L»it.
306 Am Tobacco 304 30* BM 397
300 Am "Writ Pap pr 25 20 25 —>
2.000 Bay State Ga«.. *i *i th i*
200 Jnt Rub Tr cts. 24 24 li 24* -*»
3.300 • January Oil .'SO 42 30 41
2,100 "July Oil 43 4.". 4:; 44
500 Mays Oil 9«> »•> 9<> 90
r-M> •Palmer Oil 150 150 150 1 &ft
1 Standard 01L... 600 609 GOO 600
210 US Lt(f * HtR. l' Ii I* I'"*
220 do preferred... 7N ~'* < '« •*
RAILROAD.
2 Am Lt & Trn--. .272 272 Ztt 272
I,79o Chicago Subway. 5*4 « •■ * »
MINING.
400 •Argentina 3% JH *» JJ*
1,000 Arizona Cananea 3ft •'< % M »J
6.<«XJ 'Bovard ConFol.. 2' 3 *«;»♦ 2 i SJ
2,4'») Braden Copper.. 3' 3 3*. 3i» «%
790 Brit Col Copper. 4% •'. 4 « •• ,
290Bottc Coalition.. 10 , »* 19 W 1»^
POO Caledonia Mni?.. A 4A 4 % '♦ *
200 Canadian Mines. 6"» «> h "* „•?•*
nun •< ariaa 2«» 20 20 20
fi.oooniino Copper... 144 i . 14% Ml«M l « 14 -a
20,000 'Cobalt Central. 11 2 11% l f "., 10>4
808 *<• O D Cbnsol.. 0 0 ° •-•
1,200 •Comb Fraction. 53 . B8 62 «>
7.500 C'onsol -Ariz Smlt 2H -^ ~*r
6,500 Ely Central IA II 1 * ] '> I•*
3,200 «ray Consol 3?. 35 S3 B»
600 Bl Kayo 3% 3j? 85 •»
401 First National... 3% 3-4 3»* 3 >
1.600 Florence '~\ -A -'v - ?
l.SQOGiroux Mining... 7«c 7r-> 7* ','♦
Goldfleld Cbnaot. Vk M» fSji *" '
30" G Hill CTr Stk. % v* ** --«
2,'."oo 'Greenwater ... « « ' >l * »•?
30' Greene-Cananea. 7"» 8 •!■»'*
20 Guggenheim ExplSO IS'> IS" 180
300 Hosted Mining. . 62 62 52 o
2.700 Inspiration Cop.. 8A >''Si .S 1 * >* ■»
1,000 Kerr I>ake 7Vs 7'« •» «
•"• »i Ui Ro-o Consol. 4 4 4 4
2,7'01,1tt1^ Miami.... 3l»3 l » Z% ." » :_: _- >
100 Mason Val n".w . 7% 7?* tit 7 ♦
1,500 Miami Copper... 21 2114 20T4 '-'
500 'McKinley-Dar'h 03 •• P« 0-'
6.000 Nev-Utah M& S % « *» \i
400 Niplseinar M Co. 11% 11 ' i 11% 3' •*
4.7C«»0h10 Copper 2 "ft 1 '■* «H
&>t "Otlsse 3 3 :; ,
3.300 Pacific Smolters. 1% I* J;V '*•
70 1 Precious Metals. 1% II 1 * 1* »*
29.000 •Rawhide Coal.. 17 T 17'-j 1". 15
3.000 Rawhide, Queen. 2S 23 2-^ 2!»
3.000 Ray Central 2% 2% 2% - *
1,600 Ray Consol 19', lt>Ts If'^ »*
700 Rod Warrior Ms: 272 7 : - . 8% 2 m
100 Superior & Pitts 12 12 V- 1^
500 Tonopah Hxten.. &9 90 S9 9->
430Toropah Mining. Si +0 »** *4$
000 'Tramps Consol. 4% 4 1 * 4't *]■»
500 Tularosa . .. 1-Ar 1'» It^ '' 1 »
3.600 Union Mines IA 1A "If* J ,*
300 United Copper... •> 63k *> '»
3,'>00 'Un Pac Cobalt. 3 3 3 3
'Yellow Jacket. . 55 57 65 .".H
10 1 ) Yukon Gold M. 4 4 4 4
•Sells cents per share. fOdd lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Th« best feature of tho market on the
Consolidated Exchange was the heavy
commission house business in odd lots, cov
ering a wide range of the usually inactive
specialties as well as the standard issues.
The improvement in prices had plainly
stimulated public speculative interest.
There was a good market for the special
ties compared with a rather poor market
for such shares in the recent past. The
advance disturbed a larsre short interest in
several sections of the Bat, and there was
heavy covering under way most of the day.
The retreat of the shorts was particularly
hurried in Amalgamated Copper, and that
stock was as much as 14 of a point ma
above the New York Stock Exchange quo
tation on Its forenoon advance. Detailed
operations follow:
STOCKS.
Sales. Open. Ugh. Low. La«t.
10 Allis-Chalmcrs.. »lj »\a '-''i ''"■'
6,B6OAma] Copper... 65* «8 «>?» «• '*
200 Am Beet j^ujf^r- 37% 37 3*3 * Si 3iVi
tHKIAm Car & Fdy. 4* V->'-j 4S 40 •„
170 Am Cotton Oil.. «©% 61 60 l « •>•>
10 Am II & L pf.. 27 27'-t 27* 2T»
2" Am Ice 22.* 22?» 22\ «>
230 Am i/ooomotive > 39 37 l a ::v '**
5,410 Am -Smeltinp... *-~! «>?» G»% •*'<
KIO Am Sugar 120? i 121 12«<', 121
1-K) Anaconda Cop.. *'"* 41 40% 41 _ ;
1,490 At Top & S F.. ;'»*'•. 10034 fO 1 » l (l "»
140 Bait & 0hi0. .. .107% lOSVi 1"7 * l f ' -
C7O Brooklyn R T. . 76b 77 a i 7844 77 •»
30 Can Pacific 104 11H : * IP* IMVi
670 Central leather. 35 ■"•'> SB sr>
4SO Ches & Ohio 74S 7rt l * 74 1 ■♦>
1,040 C Mil & SI P-125% 127 7 » 12S r » 127?s
,1."ioCol Fuel & 1... 31 "- 30-* 32_
bOOConaol Gas 1S1 1 * 133 tSI% 132»
40 Corn Products.. 14' a 14"» 14'-^ 14S
50 Denver & H G.. 3i>^ 31 •':"'» .".I
380 Brie 2644 2*?% 2^ : 4 2»54
10 do Ist pref... 44"- + 44* 41-* £4*
140 Gt Northern pf.l2s** 127 12.'*4 I^.
10 do Ore ctfs... '■« 66 .*4 PH
UOlnt^r-Met 17 l « 17"4 17« 17%
i'<Mi do pref 47 7 < * 47 * 40
2<l In' Paper 1 1 l i 11 4 "'* HH 1 *
10 Iowa Central... 17 ! 3 17is 174 I"'*
170 Louis & Nash.. 142 '■= 143' a 142's 143
7(« Mo K& T 83% '•'* •''-' i * 33
10 do pref 62 62 »>2 68
ISO Missouri PaclScs1 l i 64 6144 63 54
40 National Lead.. .'-2 62 * ;">'- . 52
670 N V Central.. 1 * 115H 113% 114 1 *
60 N YOnti- W. . 40* 41"» 40%. 41 %
10 Norfolk & .West 97 07 97 J>7
850 Nor Pacific 11644 31H'» lif.ii US'.*
20 Pacific Mail.... 21 I'rt'i 2B 2R 1-*1 -*
240 Pennsylvania -.1"" 130% ISO 130%
20 People's Ga«....10«'i 10644 106% ]°t» *
120 Pressed SO Car 3644 -'(7 ! 3 3«>*i 3T44
• 100 Ry St Spring... Sa*i 33*. 834S 33
lfl.eOO Reading .......143% 14«»-* 143H MM
100 Republic Steel.. 3144 32% 31 "2 T i«
700 Rock Island 30** ai *« 30% 31%
40 do pref 67 l * R7'3 63 67' i
1,270 Southern Pac. .115% n: l » 11»% 116 a *
'22i> Southern Ry.... 23 ! i 24 l t 23 : a 24 «•«
HO T.-iin Copper 2." 25 2."> 2."
ISO Texas & Pacific 27 I.*1 .* 27Vs ST% 27 !
14,200 Union Pacific. ..167% 169% 1>;7 : 16»*a
110 17 a Rubber 34** 34% 3444 -'A
21.5C0TJ 3 Steel 70% 72% 7'» : j 72*/4
120 Utah Copper 4>> T * 4>* 4r. c , 47S
220"Va-Car Chem. . . 5844 ' i!|l i ■" l * - •" i ' 1 *
20Wabaitfa 1744 17 s * 1T44 17 Z *
s<vt do pref 34** V.f.\ 34 r * 36%
20"Westin«^ouseB 0044 6044 6044 80%
70,450 Total sales.
MINING.
1,300 Booth 15 -15 .13 .15
aOOOoMfIeM C0n..8-87% S.:!7'i 8.374 i 5.37 1^
.-,<>.> Isabella IS .IS .IS .1*
1.800 Jim Butler 30li .30' i .30 .30
1.200 Jumbo Ext 04 .64 .64 .64
1 000 Moon Anchor.. .04Va .0444 "4 ; i .04%
■400 Nevada HIUa.JB.3H4 2.37% 2..".7'-j 2.S7Vi
.mm 1 North Star 10 .10 .10 .10
1.-.0 Ontario 1.75 1.7.1 1.75 1.75
200Opblr 1-30 I.SO 1.30 1.36
1,000 Red Hill <*> - '* .<•« .06
lOOTonopab 8.8245 5.t.2», 8.62% 8.6244
Tonopah Ext.. .SO .«9 .88 .89
:;i»l V.-llow Jacket. .62 .02 .62 .62
150 Total sales.
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1010-27.
(Furnished b y Swartwout & Appenze'.lar. No. 40
Pine street.)
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlantic Coast L 4 p c. 1910 •17 5 4's
Buff X & Pitts 1-444 p■• li»10--27... 44 a 4a 4 4%
Cent of Ga 444 5p c. J*W '17. 3 ; i%
Cent RRofXJ 4p c. 1910- 17.. ■> 1 4%
Ches & Ohio 4 p c, lt'l^-'l 1. .< V 3V 3
Chic & Alt 4-444-3 Pc. HMO- ll>. ... » ..j.
Chic A East 111 4% ."• p C. 1910 1T... t> L « 4%
CMc RI & P 4%/« P°- 1010--19 •'• - 4Ti
Cm Ham & D 4 -,-:. p c l»10-*20 .. . 644 4•„
Del & Hudson 4Vs pc. 1022 4>. 4-, »
Erie 4 4% 3 )• c. 1H10~'17.1 •>
Hocking Valley 4 4'^ r> c. l»10-*18... •"• 4.i
Hud-. .11 £ Manhattan 5p c, 1010-' l». ..U .^
Kan CltyT^ S&M4% nc. l»10 15. 6% C-i
Kan <*:ty So «% p •■. I«M> l.> 5% 4%
LehiKh Val 4 1% pc, 1010-*l6 4% 4*
Missouri Pac 5p c. 19H» M 7:. '-j 1: ,
Mobile .-■■ Ohio I-;p c, 1910 16. .. :.' t ;.
VY < 'em Linos .'> p•• I'J '<►---- 1 4 4%
art & West 1p C HUH '10 % I',
Pennsylvania a^P c.-10U>-;i7. 4% 4' 4
St LAS 1' 4 4 v i -. p >'. 1010- 1, % r.
do Riinr ACAF 5p ft IOTO-*17... 5% -• »
Beal-oard Air L 4. .-\ pc, t»10 17... r.J, 6
Southern Ry :i'c-4-4U- 1- r. IWO-^21.: 6% -» : .
VirslnU ICy 6p - U»1O- 1!i , ■ J% 4-,
Wabash R R 4H-» p •*• lf»]O-'2l ...... r.\ r.
Wheel & L " ''■ "• ? «"• l:; 1" -.'2.... « 5
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles D. Barn*? a Co.. No. 23
Broad street. New York, and No. 122 South
4t fi street. Philadelphia.)
Hld.Afke.l.} Rtd.Asked.
/m Cement. 18 19% Lehlgh N:iv.. ;«) !M
Am Ry «'.. . 41% »- ''■*'• Val it its:: »,.-."<
cumr. SteoJ. 4:i v i *^' ;'; ' Phlla Co ... v 1.1
C Tr Of N .' 71 7^ do i>r»-r . »•-' 4^
)".l s mi ••• 49% •'•"'■. Perm R I: c ts'H* H&%
Bl CO of Am 11*4 11% Pa St Co ;.r tee l"4
Falrni'i Tr. ' ; 7 Phila Kl.f c> 16% l&%
Gen Asphalt 38 -js'* Phila Rap Ti 19% 19%
do pref.r: 78 U T3% Smokeless P. IS IS'-*
ICo ..r NA 19 19% Union Tru.- 44 i 4*.'i
L-ike S Corp 21 M 22 in Qai Imp. S'.M* I *-'-
Ho nr^r... 54 •"."• I'U'elsbach Co 37 ::s
liONDS.
Am in- Css '•'-' M IPhlla !::>••• 4s 7.". 75%
El & Peo 4s 89% 90 ( do .'.» ...11)0% l"2
N .1 cob Bs 102% 106 j Phlla Co .">-> . !'C-. 03
Peo P II \ -»» 91 IC. I
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Th« followtna; shows yesterday's closing
quotations for government bonds compared
with Monday's:
V--. ■-: : - Ann. 1.*.. - - Aug. «♦!.—
Mid Aakcd. »:i,i Ashml
11. S. .'- re<.. '.'.«. i'> 101 1"! ( i Ml HW%
I. H. '«.'!•. coupon. ll)30.V. 101 ■ " 101
11. K. a*, rear,. 191« ims i.c . i"l '"-"'
r H. 3«, foupon, 1!»1.«. .ioi»» |02»4 lO| i I" 1 ."!
U. a. 4S. rr R „ lOSS Hi. j]s !U -. 1 1">
r. 8, 4?. coupon, i:c.'i...nr : n. ' 4 ii»Vi ii'« l ,
I'atmma 2*. r»is . If*:?*. . , i.'i — Ml
Panama 2». ■"» lOU .101 — 101 —
* x6CUlor Obtxtered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
NOB. 16, 18. 20 &22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
r jtimfflr 2 5 Codunv 8t PABIS, 41 B<r»J<mTri Rnm u .i
tOflPOa 18 Biffcop*f»t« flt w*bin. ;~a^>
Traveler* LetU» of Credit. ForKgn Eiohan^e. ..:§?
Administrator Gnardla^
Metropolitan
Trust Company
of t/te City ofSVeyv YbrA
49 WALL STREET
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $10,000,000
BRAYTON IVES. Pramini.
ANTON A. RAVEN. V^e-Prss.
BEVERLY CHEW. 2d V^-rS*
BEHTRAM CRUGER. Treaaurtr.
Fraacli If. Pa""**".
William U Bnll.
Wtllian Carpender.
H»t»-t Cb»w.
Thoina* D- Witt Cny>T.
•-;.--. W. D»Fore«t,
Hal«» Flake.
J. Horace H»r«llns.
Erakinc H»-wltt.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
.Furnished by Fr-d«rlc H. Hatch 4 Co.. No. 30
Broad street.) - ■' : ';^
STOCKS.
Dividend. Bid.A-k'-i-
American Bras. Q-J ■ «• «l
American Chicle MoAOx 12 22» 230
American Chicle pf Q-J « ** 10 *
Am Dl.t Tel of N r J.-..Q 4 49 «
Am Coal Producta Q-J « J»* j£
American Press Q-J&Ex « 9! »<»
American Thread pf I&J 6 ♦* 6 '»
Am Tipe Found deb....M&N192<5 6 103 -
Am Type Found new..-M&N*l939 6 99 100
Am Type Founders..... ♦ S8 43
Am Type Founders pf..Q-J • 98 38
Babcock & Wtlcox Q-.T • »♦ }£?
Barr.ev & Smith pf — ■■ 105
Bord«>n> Cond Milk . . KftAEx — 110 112
Borden's Cnnd Milk pf..Q-M « 103 105
Bush Terminal com . — M 9o
Central Fireworks... — 5 W
Cenfal Fireworks pf — 10 a 1 '
Conn Ry & U*" ft-F 4J* £*
Celluloid Q-J&Ei S 123 127
Fldu Pde Nemours.. Q-M 8 14» Mi
Eldn Pd» Xem ?f ...Q-J 5 «•> 85
Empire Steel & Iron — 12 1?
Empire Steel & Iron pf — » «■>
Hall Signal common — 40 43
HerrinK Hall-Margin — 30 40
International Nickel — 132 1W
Int-rnatlcnal Nickel pf.Q-F 6 ss 92
Internati Silver — «O —
International Silver pf. -Q-J 4 105 10S
Klrby Lumber — 10 15
Kirby Lumber pf.. ■ — 35 45
Kings Co El L * P....Q-M 8 12.". 127
Nat Cash Register pf...J&.T 7 11s I'.-J
Niles-Bement-P CtM • $»* MB
Niles-Bement-P pf Q-F X p* IM
Otis Elevator A&O - 5O 55
Otis Elevator pf Q-J « '»-"• *T ■s
Old Dominion 9 S J&J • ]<"»•> HO
Pacific Gas &El ■ — 52 55
Pacific Gas &El pf Q-J « SI 87
Phelps. D& Co — lf> 2!"
Pipe Manufacturing — ©> »>•"
Pop*- Mfa: of — 7.". SO
Producers' Oil Q-M « 14<> 14."
I'i-att A- Whitney pf Q-F « 100 MB
Royal Bak Powd«r Q-M&Lix 8 I*s . Mi
Royal Bak Powder pf. Q-M « MS 106
Safety C H & L. Q-M&Ex 8 125 130
Ben. s«a Chiclet — 132 IS6
Standard Coupler — .35 —
Standard Milling Co — — ]»> 15
Standard Milling Co pf-A&O " 4<> 45
Texas Company Q-M 12 135 1.".*
Texas & Pacific Coal — Scrip ♦» 100 ioc
Trenton Potteries — 4 7
Trenton Potteries pf — .V. fiO
Trenton Pot fn<3g: ctfs.. J&J 4 60 TO
Trow Directory — 25 :V»
Union Carbide — M !<••>
Union Ferry Q-J 2 'JT .TO
Union Typewriter — 37 43
Union Typewriter Ist pf.A&O S 1«>:? 107
Union Typewriter 2d pf.A&O 7 102 l<«t>
United Bank Note Q-J 4 *> 4.-
United Bank Not» pf...Q-J « CO .v,
U 8 Finishing ( -ora S-J 7 &**. I<>l
TJ S Finishing pf Q-J 7 107 112
i; S Finishing Ist TA. 1919 r. lO> MB
i; S Finishing cons J&J 1920 5 95 MB
XT S Motor com - — .-,2 M
TTT T S Motor pf — f.i fis ■
Virginian Railway — ag 7,)
West Pacific — I' 4 2»>
West Power — 'j;; ■_■;>
West power pf — 47 «;<»
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished by J. Thomas Relnhardt. No. ~m
Broad street. New York', and No. 54 Dev
onshire street. Boston.)
"--•■ I.ow. Last.
A hrreek l<»0 MB 1 s.~.
Araal Nevada Mines. 10 ! i 1O jo
Arlzpe Rights 87 s.\ S7
Bay State Cia« 3-S ;>; 37
Bohemia 6U s'* n\
Boston Ely 1", \* A ii,
Black Mining- .1 9 9 0
Cactus Copper 'Z A 2 •»
Calaveras 7*, 71, %
Calumet-Ccrbln S4 v.v ■ 514
Champion »■.'.■ 5 ■
Chief consolidated if| lj^ \,
Chino 14 »* 14 i 4i 4 ,, 4L4 L
Cortes Mines 2*s ■_", ->-^
Crown Reserve 3 3 3'
<-orbin Copper « ' .. -. -, gw
Davis-Daly f% m 17,1 7 ,
Dominion Syndicate 10 1 ,- Ht i in^-a
Fir«t National Copper.. M 3)J 40.
Goldfieid Consolidated.-. S'* >-', <iv
Huinboldt Smelting . . 86 $.%' N -. '
Inspiration 8=?» $-', "" s ,<
{? Ro.se r. 4... 41,
Mackinaw 25 55 o^ *
Massachusetts Coal '£\ (a .»
Mollie Gibson 27 _-, «j
do preferred 1' i': '',-
Majeitlc 5R go J *
Nat Mining Exploration. 24 -'4 •»•
New Baltic 4',, <»- . ".-,
Ohio Copper 2 i* lit
Oneco 2*i •", .»!'
Raven Mining 31 ]£ .7 '
Rawhide Mining 8 7 ' £ C
1: : de Island Coal. . K*i v',. ►:'•
South Lake 71.7 1 . 7 -1*
Vulture ;.-, fi, 4 ; J j
Willet Silver Mining. ... a '•> •
Y » m a 45 M .:
BOSTON STOCKS.
■Furnisheu by 1: r_ r>ay <. Co.. v 37 Wall
Au5.15.Aug.16.! " ' Xv , ,t „ m
Host « Alb. 2lS 219 jCa! A H«la^-> -7.!
Boston E1 ... 1 I W. Ontenniai v 17 ' i "*^
Fltchb'R pr.l-r. 1-i fop Rang- m «,; tnii
■ v^ .v ILIM 156 Kr.nVh^M' %. Mii
"i.l C010ny. .15*5 -]>..-. lo.ranbv at -i --, '
WE si Ry. «T'i 8T!; Maw «>n M 7% »
■I" prrf. .!'■•■ !>>> Mohaitli v -„, - ,
Am l-nou.n. .. ;. o, d r>om
iri C'\i -• v- ,s, s Smelters 30 4.»
pMIIBiiI
1 all r..nt Ma ™" -■*'» -'»'
•Aakad
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES
9 "*" by Swart^ llt • -Mm m_ no 40
» lne street.)
•I- 4 pc. Mch 1" „,.•:■ IMI - 25 ek* •••-•>
l;,-th Steel Corn fl „ v „.., 5" • !IS H 110
<hlc A Alt &-p c Moh 1- iMi* ,^,. w^ "-0
»ln Ham a 1.4 p , 1.- ..V.-V" £i? w '* **•
r» r CAM I J! v... .IM.I 11^*1 HU KM
General Rub lV» c J«*V 1 ii.oi> :""-': ""-' « 70
Hud-on cos. 0? c. fvt l : , tin «^ .O 31 * «.W
■\nterhor RTr« p c m: v ' i<u'i "..'.'■ l 0". w° '
Minn «811.r. ,; " rib Vaii S * EM* "*■
No> l»10 ' """■ ■ »
St v A h a it! . if..".!', 1 l -J2- ■««■«> ' I( in,
•10 .'. p ,-. •;,....",.,,.'•" >-- BJJS im»; ■;,..
T«dr«rat#4 1;. P. ,- w> K o '-- ■ W*: P»< Ml
■■-- '> i> • 1.,.,! V jj: w»^ ••7..
we,, Toi tr, iV a k ,'V,V p " li >; »"
v ■ -. mh r . ' !,■" ' •-■» tm* \m
GEOJIGE N. HARTMANN. Sea**rr.
JAMES F. McNAMARA. Tra«O6e«r.
RUPERT W. K. ANDERSON. A-t.Tr.
FREDERICK E. FRIED. Am. Seoeurr.
Df RECTORS.
Ca«rl«» M. Pr»:V
» - •'-. A- "• — •
Nvtaxa B. E*«jb.
r;«9r«* R- 55»1<1«3.
Jain W. »<-.--
Jearvb J. Slo«"«:aB.
John T. T«rrr.
G^». Hrary 'Warr-a.
Horace Wilt*.
Brnytou !»••,
L*wls Cass r>»<lju-^.
Br»«Il»y Martin.
Fr»d»rick T. M«rtla.
Wi!t«r K. MiTTJar"!.
ngrl»n «II1«.
E- D. Morgan.
Richard Morrlm^.
John E. Pardons.
SOME LEADING STOCK
scored farther •dTanr** je"t*T«taj-. hiao ■»■»
the mo*t prominent on the 'lit. That th» >
ellne which recentl.r rulmlnated ha» b»ea
done 1* the conviction of many ia*taa»
they, it i«. who hare been baying. Kid «V
continue to bur established storks at pm»
ins; prices; they know the values ar? t>.
which would Justify hljher prices.
The dominant tone U optlml«.Tn. and .• ,
continue. Mi* market, barrint; natOst
should show a decided upward tread.
J. THOMAS REINHIRIT
Beit Facilities for Executing or4m
yew York and Boston Curb «toeb
38 Broad St.. N. Y. Office 0w»,
Curb.
54 Devonshire St.. Boston. Prim
Wires.
1/.4KG/.Y Accovyrs soucnm
Mortgage Certificates 44*. Is
TiTIE GDARAHTiEaTRIISTO
Capital and Soxplaa. - S 14,000.000
1 76 B'way, S. T. 175 Rnaja St. 2ttn
350 raltoa St.. Jamaica.
Irving National I
Exchange Bank
Strictly a Commercial Bm ■
Researees Over Thirty MlUti— ■
We«tßroadwayaa4Charaber<^^2Jj^^iJ
6 PER CENT MORTGAGED. 5500 TO H.<wl
on well located local property; /■«JJ»>J
•■x. »»,! i»n p«»r cent of appraised value: o?s* a
subject to prior sal* at par and accrasd £
tares*: title gruaranteed. W. D 1 .?.!!. ~M
Fifth avenue. ■ _^^_J
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
• (Furnished by Tv-?~rarl B. Smith * Ca. >"• •
Pine street. Xew TorS.)
Bid.Ask»<i.; BliAtfi
Alb A Su= . -<-• 300 Mar A Law.. 3o -
Alb *VI 71 :♦» Manhattan ...19 " ;
AUegh &W. 138 J4«> Massaw Vy...12S I
iAmT& C7l 75 MH & 5 H..13J ■
■At& C A L..173 I*s IM- •- A ? P.' 87 ■•
Aur & Pav..10«5 114 3I*O stk ' cfs '" . *
AGiM M. « " 'Mor C * Bat 55 -.-
I Be?ch Credit. 93 100 <2o pref.. - .-10. ,--
K BS&FF.. IS 30 Morris & Ei.1.0,
} Boat & Alb. .220 226 \ do Mtß. ... «3 s 1
, Bost a L0w. 213 225 [Haatl & r*c-.l** i*
: Boat & Prov.2Bo 300 (Nash & L--w.r.3 ■ -
B>v Tth Jkv.iaß OB N?»- '-or. J»--55 J
' Bklyn City.. I+s ISO NT& Hdp 30» C
,'• & » «•< -... 136 .NTBiM 13
Canada So . . 61 63 N 1 L * ■ •;» 1*
I Cats Ist pf..112 120 |N T ilut T«U0O -
do 2d pf. ..Ha 120 Ninth Av*....W ]
; Cay & 5M..213 £25 North Car....W J
C CrosstCTrn. 90 130 North fN H).l» I*
CPX &EH 3<> 60 North <N J).. » *
; Ctat i G...103 108 North r...\Vt 1
C*SiTcf9 4S €? J Norths r»:.. .«• ;
do ctfs pd.l«« ii 3 -v•-.'v •-.' .v iv P-'MS -j
■ c .<- ioui Sts. *.» w 'Old Co-0ny...1W ;
C9&C pf 125 — '*•*»* s..:i» ■-
Clrflelil & M.130 — I P ac 1 - 7 ".?? «
l>v & Pitta MB 17.? i Pat * H R.-l?-' >
do spl Set. 94 101 Pa: & Ham. ..W »
Co- * x 291 aw Temtx Valle^.tS 2
Com a P...170 — PMl* G * >-^v:
CAPRpr.I32 142 PH&I.E.. .f?
Torn RMr..^j 270 ] ■:> --' ;3J J
p.vtor A M M - IF M,K * T ..!» ■
DA Bd Brk.l*s -"• I Prov A -"■=•
rv: i4n.::i3o 140 g&<v>- : * *
Eaat I^r.n M 140 « g
Wh*h Aye 26*1 — Row A 0 1W »
i do pref....U2 152 I Rut * WLV.g "
ErtSXKii".aW 2»> ?ara & Pch.-.lg .
Erie & Plttk.l3s 1+? Se--or..i Aye... « g
Fttchb'K pf-.123 U» Aharon Fo-.-t-O 5
FW * J pf.133 -.4- --/;. - f
42d St&GSP.ZS) 2.0 -■ AAt JH-.w -
Franklin T.. 33 « ?»»» * *
t; ?>.r*p C«. 388 MB rt i.j is« pf.nl -J
G & sa T..1«» ■•■' i <J° M »■■ . . *> f
Grßlv Vv. !•-->> --^ iSt J •<• SO 8. . .2 S
; Hart ACW. 40 4rt do pref.. ...lW
Hereford .... <• »= I. *G "■ *»•}§■. J
ni ci: i. ■•-• . - ,% *
InterScan T. »> lort J. >J ? KiL :£ -
Jack Uft :=. 90 -•• if.P^^"-^-!?
Jolli-t & Cb..l«S 175 I" ft B R l \: v J?| a
k a a a r..i4> 130 1 eft - %yi« 9
KC^LAMptcs «5 75 VC • B-^.'--.:; tf
Krsukc P ( iso im ' ' n 2 |
I. 3 A M Sto.S33 »*» (Vt ■<■ Mass ...l* g
Lft U R pf.WJ 170 :j Warren •• •• •»' tf
L9ir**C IM Ol " > * X lw
M Ccal R pf.102 10- * '
TRUST AND SURETY COMPAW 8
(K?»prttd by C'.rr.ton Ollb<?rt. Na. -' W*B
BiaJuked.] ,
Aldan Ry. 130 «-■ L*w Tl* ~"' '„,
Am surety.. »« 215 tUncotn ••'* 3^
A,tor ...... S4O •"•". iI- I.- '■ *T. ZZ 4
ranker.- .... — <">•» ' Masqat tan - - -V.^ >
H ,v M G . 24<> 3W iMercaotn* ■- »- v »
Rroadway .. 145 l.» I Metropolitan- • --j}
TirtmkJyn ... ♦.»-> 423 ! Mt*.- Bond.- J«J; ,
ram**!. -■• II l > Dl J Mutual " |
CM Co of A 125 i*> Vut AttUr.cs _;^
Centra] *" 1010 I Nasssn 1£ *
I do ;.r*-f" . 105 115 Sni*W2*<
cmaraa* ... I 4« 140 "• * ~ A, 0
Columbia .. 27;> SM M V Trust.. *» ,
Cnm'waftli ■ :"■" >'„.,■.•■« -^ -
Comfaarrlal. 115 12v» »3-) Co Mtge. « -
Emplr* Tr.. ■»»» .V.»> Qu»tn» t0... "J yl
EaultabW .. 4.V1 4H5 Kealtr A* 9 *" „ *
X T. A T. . . f~. 172S I S»voy • ■ •"" Jm g
KUtbush ... ?•<> ji" iStanJanl Tr. *S i
Frunklln ... 2»> 2CO |Ttt!« tf *?. *J ,£
Fulton ..."SPI -ITIofN \.. 5 2
ridclltv .... 200 210 |Tr «•« Of Am iSv
i;uara:>«) .. £»»> M 3 T'n'.ott .. •••-.«*, 5*
r,«ard!ai» .. - ITS Vn ****Z*^Z3B*
tUmUton .. 27t> 2S«> ".' S ',»»• U* ,«S
Home- Trust -- 11.'. f >«;*.. *^ *
Pv! '!-a ■'• I:- ' *
llutUm .... 170 ISO \»n N"*" 1
int HHK Cor Mi) - JV** I "**.^ VV»^
Kino •«'. •-'•■■ -- : w«^' fc **" •.;■■**
Knlckfrbock 2!«» "**' " - l» "
Law Mt« 235 240 | \Vlnd»<>r---* *„s&■
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECUIW*JI
BU AakvU _ . ill
Am I. ft ' To»» 275 'NT* bll \?*'i» *
do pr«-f....100 K»:S |'ST*bK%*
•IHng >; •'■!» »5 — •*> c t»°,r "" "** I
•c v a •'•* . '••>'•■« 101 '■■''■ **«"•"" gS ■I 5
Denver Cms .ISO l«i> !»F C il»-- 93 ' ■
,i,. |a M 91 ; Standard ••• jg P
•B(l Ist cSa.IOJ 10.. •- ' >'** *in« ?
1.,- Qaa U in •-■f' C *J T» . I
• Jack G 5».. S3 as sI.*J r - 9* J" J I
»X <• o Sa. »< 100 .-r p «*»rL; s» "; ■
-M,\\. Ist ..- 1..'.' — !S>ra '-' ' SVS V ■■■
Mutual . . ISO HSU- Is \A * 1 •^■"-if;. S
•And Interest. ■
EXPO OF 'mERCHAN
wv. -rvt. vu« «k ii«.«aT«.v.tirS*f2SS
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