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sto 6 Per Cent ;
Sound Investment bends now yield ;
! approximately Five per cent. Others,
of a more or less «emf -In v estineni j
type, may be obtained at prices to
yield about Sex per cent. If your
1 rr.oney is earning: ten tha:i 'bis- re- ,
♦ uit.. you shoula not fall to pet In
I touch with ? responsible, and expe
! rienced investment banking house
|! having Drat hand knowledge of the
i true value of in- security behind
j'bond Issues. The safeguarding cf
your money is Just as important to
a reliable hank ins 1 house as to you
personally, for the reason that to be
; permanently successful it must cx-
I mLlae every precaution not only to
i Inspire but also to retain the com
! plete confidence of Investors.
j Writ* for Our Bond Circular No. 295.
Spencer Trask & Go.
43 Exchange Place. New York.
ALBANY — BOSTON — CHICAGO.
Mrmhrrt >>'*1«' York Stork K\rhancf.
FRED'K F. MARQUAND
Member t>f Consolidated Stock Ex. of K. Y.
Tel. 3030 Broad. 59 Broad St. . K. V.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Far Investment or on Margin.
FRACTIONAL LOTS
Amcr. Gas & lilectric
Denver Gas & Klectric
Pacific Has & Klectric
And ail ether Public Utility Securities.
Investment circular on application.
Williams, IMonneli « Golemao
ft' W'a'.} St. 'Phone T,fZ!l John. New York.
INVESTMENTS.
5 • Nassau St* Tfcw^xic
W. N. COLER & CO.
ESTABLISHED IS7O-
Investment Bankers
<3 CEDAR ST.. NEW YORK CITY.
New York City Bonds. Ml Issues. :
Wm.A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St, N. Y.
ICSTON CHICAGO BALTIMORE
Established 1864. Telephone 2R17 Hector
INSUR.ANCE STOCKS
FIDELITY. PHOENIX. HOME,
NIAGARA. CONTINENTAL. Etc.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
E. S. BAILEY.
«S BBOAmVAY._ _ N. Y. C.
Warren W. Erwin & Co.
llemtfr? Crnsolidated Stock Exchange of S. Y.
Investment Banker?,
26 Beaver Street. New York.
LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING DE-
Firous of formins a limii°d partnership
iind'r and pursuant to th*- law? of tIKJ State
cf New York, do hereby certify:
I. Th«- bum or firm under whirli such
partnership is to be conducted is "H. A.
ASTIJETT." and tb« county wherrin tlie prin
cipal place of business of such partnership Is
to be located is ■. County of New York, in
the State of New York.
11. The general nature of the business in
tended to be transact* by the paid partner
ship is trading in S«uth American products
and a shipping and ptneral commission busi
ness.
111. The namos of all the central nd spe
cial partners interested In the «id partner
»h;p ar'- ■■■ Anderson AFtlett and Luis
Felipe Morey. of whom the said Harry Ander
fin Astlett is the general partner and <he
said Luis Felipe y.or"y is the special partner;
they a -« both of full are: the said Harry
Anderson r^sidf-s In the yillage of
V.'hite Plains, in the County of Wes"-hester.
in thr- State of New York, and the said Luis
Felipe Morey 1 "Sides ;n Ifjui'os. Peru.
[V. The arnourit of rapital wlii'-h the sp°
cia; partner, the paid I.vis Felipe Morey, ha*
contributed Tr, th» co:nmon stock of pii- part
r^iEhip Is One hundred thousand dollars.
V. The time at which ihe said partnership
:r to h«-Rin if the first day of -';?'. In the
year op» thousand nine hundred and t»n. and
the tim» at whirh th» said partnership is to
end if the thirtieth da> of June, in th« ytar
one thousand nin? hundred and thirteen.
[>ated. New York. June r.r.ih ir>l"
H A ASTLETT.
LTIP f. M'IREY.
- ■-, of New York. County of JCew York. ss. :
On this first day of August, in ihe year on"
thousand rnn<? hundred and 'en. before llie
.... came HARRY ANDERSON AST
LETT, to me known and known to me to be
cue of the individuals described in and who
executed the forefrome certificate, .md ac
km« (•'iF^d to m" that he executed the same.
ALBERT W. PROS?.
Notary Puh'ic. VTestchester Co.
Certii • filed in N. Y. Co.
Cnlted StPtcs Consulate. j n th«- City of
Mar.aoF. in the Republic of Brazil, be
BE IT KNOWN thai on this first day of
July. In the year r,n.- thousand nine hundred
and ten. in the City of Manaos. ii the Repub
lic "f Brazil aforesaid, before me. the under
... Acting Consular A^nt of the I'nited
Starrs of America, r--'.-.- t In said city of
>!anaos. in the Republic of Brazil, personally
came LUIS FELIPE MOREY. to me known
snd known to me to be on.- of the individuals
Vies^riVd *n and who executed the foref-ojnt:
certiflcj-te and acknowledged Tn m « that he
executed the Fame for the uses and purposes
therein mentioned
In 'Witness Whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed tr.y :;ame and affixed the seal of the
*ald Consular Agencj-. In the City <>f Manaos
aforesaid, on the day and year first above
written. F. H. SANFORD.
Acting American Consular Ac<?nt.
tS«>al of U. S. Consular Agency. Manaos.
Brazil. >
< American Consular Service Fee stamp. S2 A
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
RAILWAY STEEI^SPRIXG COMPANY.
3'> <.'hurc!j ?trret. New- York. Auci:M 25. 1910.
A quarterly dividend of ONI AND THREE
QUARTERS PER CEXT <I\^> has this day
f>een declar.-d on th»- Preferred Ptotk of this
Conpany. payable - .■■ 2<'?h, 1r»1 o . to
etockholden of record <>n September 7th, itilrt,
at Missis. Harvey Fifk & Sons 62 O<iar
Street, New York City.
Trans) books of the Preferred Stork « il]
}>*- closed ■•: >■;>••■ ' " T*h and reopened on
September .> ■ ■ '. *1 0
RAILWAY STEEL-SPRIXG COMPANY.
_ E. MVORMIOK. Treasurer.
AMERICAN* HIDE AND I.KATHKK CO.
rouponp NO. 2-' dv»- September 1. ir<io. from
FirFt Mortcape Bonds of the AMERICA'S
HIDE AND LEATHER COMPANY will he
j.aid on and aft«-r September 1. by TRUST
COMPANY OF AMERICA. 35-37 WiiU Str.it.
x »ir fork . G "ORGI A. M 11.1.. Tn l u rei.
MliiTi|islir A- m. Louis Kai.roid Co.
Couiiors cue Serjlemlvr ]. l'.<lo. from FSrsi and
F.efundir.p: Mortrace Four Per Cent. Bond? ol
th:« Compacy will hfc paid on i^d her that date
••n prej^utation at the t%^<"* of i be CC 0™!0 ™!" I^'. 25
Eroad Street, N<". York City.
V. •- DAVIS. '•■-:••
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
1/ • that Aug. 20. — (V-nsol;: lor money
•o:f-r<- l-:t> higher at '•". l-ln and for account
-i Wither ■• Bl'i. f ."anaaia:i Pacific - higher
st 19S : 4 <;-:■,:.<: Trunl *« higher at 27-\.
Ar.ar-or.di was 3 i higri^r at fS I*.1 *.
>!- : < ■ was in j supply and discount
raws were •'atiy.
Ti.o absence of 7%. densan<S for pole from
tho .... ■„-.■ the belief ii;at th^re
tvlll \-,t no cliaiiire In th rar.k rate -jo
Thursday.
Th-: stock iiiartrel v.;i? quietly flrm," with
small g advances in lioniP rails, for-
T!jrn securities arid llliodt'Siaii mines. An
irlo-Afneri a: Tcleeraph j'tork \v:i« (bin on
ramors of an agrfcrment with th« Ameiican
'fe|«gra.!.h acdk*r-sl«]>hone Company.
AnMOieau necuri»l«s n|i«/'.-.i quiet xvA
Kteady. ar.l «iuri«:>r the f<>rot:«.<>ii advanced
...... on I'^Jt covering. T?m» f.'i.iii.K
v.as limt.-J iintU Ibe. afternoon, wh^n Wai!
StT**"! »'id up |?rlces and ma<l<* the closing
Urtn.
< Ml :nnr«v in Lonuoii. l%f»l?s i«t cfiit;
open market dlscouiit rate for j-Ij.hi bil!j>,
3 per cent: lons bills. 31-I&H3K* per cent;
I'c-~. lir. discount rate, "-i per cent; I'aris d;s
• ounT rate, 2 j-^r r.^iit; s'jiris exchans^ °"
I-ondon. 2S francs ->'- centimes: Berlin ex
oha.ng« oa I.o'!<i.>.i. i> ni.irk- 4o
I«i»r cold, 77- :<i. %rceilcan <-a«!^;, 76s r j\'ifi.
raHs, Au-;. :.". -T-ifo r*--r >•■ n« rentes 6
/•( • tj- r • f.!nii< r. :«' 97 fr^i;.- rfltimes.
f*ri<~«;« Bfere iirra on Hie y.fr.y
Berlin. * ■■- ij.— A linn •<> i..- [-rcvailed
tin the Boerse.
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
■ r'.n.it' i- by Van Scfaalck A: <'n.. No. 7 V.'all
*trect.>
Bi<i.Aek<s].i K!<J.A3k-d.
fnltei T -: » I* 1 .: 15 jCotoa Ih-k.. ; 7
Be ir. *■ - 59 t'j'n; do Inocmes IS "3
€■, 4- M M . Sort tt& Lss S8 '.<■)
dP»» V-■ I" 4 '; / .-. i'o-.v :>f NO s.l
<lo incomes ' If* ! ■■• 4fe*.'... S7 ■• ■'
t do let* M 42 :o. c B r.s.ito ■"-"•
*»»R&oar>; Co •-• - L. >Ch «" El<m 5e S'( :.".
\ <3a Ist iif.. 71 75 Cant Trust... :••-> UB
\Cn . • til.. 42 : v 44 'Union rmirt 7" 7»i
fcir A L 4?- *li* Third >■:■ i: HO 130
;/.r lfc V 7 .'.« !<» !^*»-F..l A J>-p...144 I»C
C«--*<-,; Ce*. — '■""■ '^arylar. 1 Tr. ".•} "•?
lo fie 190 :&jv.iv.jr '■ iiria 1 -; 127 Vi
LIGHT STOCK TRADING AND UNIMPORTANT PRICE CHANGES
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— TUESDAY. AUGUST 30, 1910.
ShTsiNei i i Actual Sales. I Closing: Sh'rs I Net i ~~~~ ! n A , 1 , a 1 1 T Salps^ Hosing.
Isold ,-hco [Op. Hi. Low Bid. Ask sold, jchgel I Op. I Ht.|Low|Pinl
401 !Adam_ Express '255 1255 1255 '255 ffiFT— 300 + % 'lowa Central pr L^lJ^l,i^JJ^!tl?i_liS_
:O>-,or_ J 4 lAmalsramated Copper !65 | 65* j 64^ 6+% 64% 6«, 4<v. Laclede Gas 102 102 '102 102 101;, l"- ♦
CSOOI— »4 American AKr. Chemical.. <5« 46^4 «?i 44141 45 .'"- 100- v, :Ix.np Island ... ®_!U_S__ ii«_ i«t_ i!LI44
2.« X) -1 | American Beet Sugar 36^ 37% 36* 37 137 | 37^ 300- % iLoufeville & Nashville 143% 14»4 143% 143U, 143% 144
30 American Beet Sugar pr... 94 94 *; 94 94 90 | 94» 4 sor. --- a 4a 4 Marine pr ■■■■•■• 14?» 14 *4 1«* m i«t «
,0 __ American Can pr...... 68% 68% 68% 68% 68 69 100 +% M . St. P. &S.S^ M 129 129 120 129 1^ 130
I 599- li. (American Car & Foundry. 48% 48% 4< 48 . 47' 4 48% 700 -% Mo.. Kansas & Texas 32 32 4 ffl«» 317* 31% 3-*
i K'V+l ■ | American B. B. &F. pr.... 125 ! 125 125 125 i 3001-% Missouri Pacific LSPHtiS* 163 o3 »*.»**
890.+% American Cotton Oil 62% 6»< 61% 61% O% 83 UOO tl% National Biscuit . 112 11£ 112 113 112 113%
100 + % American Hide & Leather. 5% 5% 6% 5% 30, National Bnam. & Stp. Pr S4^ 84% 84% 84% 82 .>
:■... .i;,. American Hide A- Lea. pr.. 25% 27 25% 26% 86% 27 300 + % National Lead......... i o2V* 63% 5. 1 * B% »l^ »--+
100 - % American Locomotive 35% 35% 35% 35% 35% 36% 3,200 + % National of Mexico M pr.. 36% 31 SOt, 31 30 ,31
2001 — American Malt 5% 5% 5% 5% 51; 6 700 - % Nevada Cor. Copper 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%
1- - % American Malt pr 32 j32 32 32 31 33 100 -1% New York Air Brake 72, :72 72 72 .0 l«
S.«wl. % American Smelting 68% «9% 67« 68 67% 68 1.400;- V. New York Centra 1.......... 111U 112 111 111 11O;,,.111» ?
100 1% American Smelting pr 103 103 103 103 103 1104 100 + % New York Ont & West... ! 40% 40% 1 40% 40% 40 40%
:■•• 41 [American Tel. Tel 134%|135% 134%{135% 135% 13b% 3,420 +% Northern Pacific 113% 114% 113% 114s ; 113% 114%
■• +- 4 American Woolen I 25% 28% 28% 25%1 28 129 508 + % Pacific Mall . 2. 27% 27 27% -fi « -<U
2OoU % American Woolen pr 96 96 J 95% 95%! 95% 96 100 +1% Pacific Tel & Te1...... Kg t 33% 33% 133% 32% 37%
200 _% Anaconda ' 40y 4(ft4 40 140 39% 40 3.600!;+% Pennsylvania Railroad 129% 128% 128% 128% U25%
! 6 floo + % ;».:::::::: 97% 95% Sk 97% 97- g 93 '200-% People's Ga.s & Coke 106j 106 s 10^ h» 105% 106
I TOO—HAtchison pr 100 2 1007 99% 99% 99$ 99% 0.7W- % Reading 142% 143% 141% 141% 141% 142
1.100! - % Baltimore & Ohio 104% 105 "104 vj 105 " 104% 105 221 -— Reading Ist pr......... £&«*£« 4} » 3
]>v>!_ s,. Brooklyn Rapid Transit... 7:, 75 73% 74% 74% 74% 2.6 C-)— % Republic Iron & Steel 30% 30 30 3D .«> oi
2>o fl% Canadian Pacific 132% 193% 192% 192% 193 193^ 50 Republic Iron & Steel pr... 91 91 91 91 28*1^
__ central & So. Am. Tel 116 1116 1116 1116 115 117 7.000 +% Rock 151 and....-.- 30% 31% ™ 30^ 30% 30%
1 1 200 __ Central Leather j35 j 35%] 34% 34% 34% 135 100-1 St. Louis &S.F. M pr....j 39% 39% 39% 39% 39% 4n
100 +«. Central leather pr 105% 105% 105% 105% 105% 105% 100 +2^ Sloss-Sheff. Steel & Iron. . 57% 57% 57% 57% 56% 157%
55,450 4 % Chesapeake & Ohio 73% 74% 73 I 73% 73% 73% 10.200 -— Southern Pacific 113% 114% 112% lgjt 113* 113%
Vm +% 'Chicago Great Western.... 24 24% 24 24% 24 24% 300--% Southern Railway 23 23 22% 22% 22% H
« !-,.. ._ Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul.. 120% 121%i120% 120% 120 121 \ 100 f% Southern Railway pr 52 52 52 o- H% M
600+1 Colorado Fuel &- Iron 30% 30% 30 |3" 129 ;30 400! +% (Tennessee Copper 25% 26% 25% 26% 26 ,> *
,v, +1% Columbus & Hock. C. At I.i 5? 5% 5% 5% 4 6 200 _ % Toledo. St. 1.. & Western., 23% 23% 23% 23% 23 23V,
I 550—^ Consolidated Gas 130% 131% 130 130 130 130% 200| Toledo, St. L. & West. pr. 49% ; 49% i 49% 49% 48% 49%
I WO - % Corn Products Refininpr.... 14 14 14 ;14 14^14% 900+1% Union Bag & Paper ;J£?J£ ,-?-, lfi a . ,-L- ,i
mi— % ICorn Products Refining pr 76 ; 76% 7€ : 76% 76 j 76% 47,200 (Union Pacific 167% 168 165% I%** 166% 166%
! ■• -2 Del. & Hudson, ex div 2%%ll«0 160 160 160 |160% 163% 100 United Ry: Investment pr. 54 64 64 54 — —
I tsn;- % (Denver & Rio Grande. 31% 31% 30% 30%] 30% 31 100 +a 4a 4 U. S. Cast Iron P. & P.... 15% IM 10% lo& 4 14 ; 16%
20 Denver & Rio Grande pr... 70 70= '70 j7O 170 : 71% 620 United States Rubber 35 30% 35 35 35 35%
rv ., +14 IDistillinß Securities I 27% 27% 27% 27^ 27 ! 27% 65.600 + % United States Steel L?£O& LSB .0% 70% .70%
100 +a, Duluth. S. S. &- At. Pr 121 21 21 121 : 20*4 22 2,200] + % United States Steel pr 116% 116U, 116% 116% 116% 116%
' too _ 1.. .Erie :26 !26 25% 25% 25% 25% 600-% Utah Copper ..••••■■ 46% 4fiV 45% 45% 4o^ 46
; SO -— General Chemical Co. pr.. ! 103 103 103 1103 103 1105 600(— 4 !Vircinia-Car. Chemical.-. 58% 58% 58 158 67 SS-.
: Um\— % Great Northern pr 125 125%!125 125 124%j125 200 Wabash 17% 17% « 1 : 1' „Ji *
1,200 4-% Inter.-Metropolitan 17% 18 I 17%! 18 17% 18 2.800 +1 Wabash pr........ 36% 37% 3614 37% 37% 37%
900 mter.-Metropolitan pr 49 49% 48% 48%) 48% 48% MO Westinehouse Mfg ;59 59 o9 59 69?/ 60«
600 .; _ international Harvester ' 97'^] 97i 2 97%| 9T 1 4 | W^' 97 S4S 4 7<V' -1 Wisconsin Central 102 ■ .-)3 i 52 | o2»-&l .^'•j; .->.J L 4
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE.
Sh'rs ! IsTet I ' ~1 Actual Sales. ! Closing
sold". chge I Op. l HLll>ow|Flnl|Bld.|A3k
151 _ iryFourth National !IST.~ITs?i~"-ISS~iISS 1184 ll?6
FINANCIAL MARKET
Active Movement of Currency to
Interior Is Under Way.
Stock market prices moved in an
Irregular manner throughout the day,
\\ith the linal tendency in the direction
of lower levels. The volume of busi
ness was and represented little
beyond th* 1 operations of an unimportant
professional element, which apparently
had no decided ideas on the probable
course of the market in the next few
weeks, thouph commission houses, as a
ppeared to believe thnt quotations
would po lower before permanent im
provement could be expected- Doubtless
it will be a traders' market for weeks to
come. The July earnings of the Harri
man roads showing relatively light
cains in gross returns and losses in net.
together with the bearish statements
made by the president of the Atchieon,
Topeka <s. Santa Fe before the Inter
state Commerce Commission at the rail
rend rate hearing, are not in line with
bull theories, but it should be borne in
mind thmt the railroads are fiehtine for
hipher rates and that they will not sine
the sonc >i f prosperity until they secure
what they want or else find that current
rates are just and reasonable in the
in of the government commission
ers
A settlement of the rate situation one
way or the other will tend to stimulate
new business Mr. Ripley. of the Atehi
son. says that he sees expenses ahead
this year that will keep net earnings
close to the <"> per cent dividend margin
on th*= common stock, and that he would
not be surprised if his company did not
earn more than that rate. Last year.
with the biggest gross earnings in its
history, the road earned 8.18 per cent.
If the Atchieon can earn '! per cent
under present conditions it is in no need
of especial sympathy. As a matter of
fact, the common stock should not have
been advanced to a •> per cent basis last
year, and the best interests of the stock
holders would be served by a return of
th*> issue to the "• per cent rate. The
chief part of th^ day's operations was
supplied by T'nion Pacific. Reading and
United States Steel. Call money was a
trifle firmer, and the general money
market received more attention owing to
the increasing shipments of currency to
out of town points. Including large ship
ments of gold to Canada. Easier dis
counts in London weakened the tone of
the local sterling exchange market.
Washington advices state that na
tional banks are taking out additional
circulation, as they are accustomed to do
at this period of the year, and a ma
terial increase in national bank notes
outstanding, therefore, may be looked
for. The New York Clearing House in
stitutions bold national bank notes to
tin extent of 546,885.600, a decrease of
$4,392,300 as compared with this time a
year ago, out of the total bond secured
circulation of $690,092,210, but their
holdings of bonds and their resources to
secure bonds give them the power to add
substantially to their national bank note
account If the requirements of the situa
tion become at all urgent. Treasury
officers do not look for monetary dis
turbance in the crop moving period,
especially as the banks at this centre are
so strong In reserve funds; nor is there,
any expectation here that the demand
for currency from outside sources, which
is now actively under way. will be re
flected in anything more, than a general
stiffening in loan quotations.
As far as the federal Treasury itself
is concerned, it is becoming more ap
parent thai the low position of its work
ing balance and the growing expendi
tures on Panama Canal construction will
induce the Secretary, in the course of
the next six months, to do some sort of
financing by which the money now being
spent from the general fund on the
• anal can be restored to that account.
For the fiscal year to date the excess of
ordinary expenditures over receipts is
much smaller than at this period last
year, and the twelve months should
show :t larger surplus than reported for
the year • tided June .".<>. 1'.»1O, but even
the satisfactory income received under
the current tariff law can hardly be ex
p<ci.d to increase to an amount large
enough to wipe out the ?ii::;.7r»4, !».~O ex
pended from the general fund on the
canal and the further amounts that
must be paid until Panama bonds are
sold. Congress has authorized $375.
•jcm > n^o : md! on Panama Canal ac
count, and of this amount only $K4.<531,
•,- . has been issued.
CHICAGO STOCKS.
<>-:jrn!*ri«"! by Ourtla ft Banger, So 4 « Wall
street.)
Sales, ' ••■n. Jlicli. Low. Clo »
1.1 Amer «';!n !«>*« l<i«i JO% I<i"-»
.%»MJh!i? Stihway. ... 4"* 4'i 474 7 . 474
l.}» Pneumatic Tool. .'W-a .'l7 '* 8914 80 2
•J/l<l,i !?>•» No 1... 10 1«; 1C i"
H Diamond SJatcli. !*• !•<• u« :m
ZIO m - How* . M .'■:. 64% r.r.
ti<> Ho ,-'■ '■•' -2 '.<* ■•'. '.^ its
175 National Biscuit. 113 114*4 1 13 1 13
112 do nref 122 122' i 122 )-- .
••/•Nat Oarl«.n pf..JlO 119 3 l««i 11K" 4
108 Swift A On 10314 !•■.: 103 103
CShlj 77 77 77 77
50 :-^ars 13« IMS US% 156%
2<>f« i tiit.il Uoxlioard 7 7 7 v
7& Street* . - 10 10 1 * 8!i
BONDS.
$8,000 C n>-« Ist 5«.102% 102V4 102% ir>2Vt
:iUO N W Eli -ts. .. 'M M in M
i.oooso ,- :• El <Vis. M 93 W 02
FERRY COMPANIES.
B!d.Ask»<i.j EMd.Ask*d
BliJvn I-" .'.? . ■£!>■; ■-■7.. loth & 23d St. an ."7
B F let St 100 !<•& do boi la 00 70
NYiH F G r,e M X Union Ferry. . *JS 31
N v * X T.. M IS do Ist &£... »1 86
<io let 6i . . BS C 3 I
0
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1010
Total sales for the day. 2W.514 shares, compared with 627,912
shares for the corresponding day in 1909.
Total sales January 1 to August 30, Inclusive. 121,795,535
shares, compared with 136,^53,699 shares for the same period
in 1909. • .
BOND MARKET SALES.
moo rj S Coup.ll9 I 3000 L X: N Vnlf
1000 do 2s Rec.lol ! -Is .... .3. 9iH
2500 Jap 4 us New 94% 1000 Man Con 45.. 9«
: 1500 do " 84% 14000 Marine 4%5.. til
I 10,Vh» do'bd.'i... 93% 5000 flo 61%
• K«ki Rep of Cuba 15000 d0. V. ....... »>
1 5s 10IU MOO Mcx C Con 4s 9!; J4J 4
i 2000 NT" Can" 48.102% 2000 M & N lst , A , a .
MOO v V Cit 41-s4 l -s ■ Con 6s 103%
1917 l.vi; 10..H) M St P4SS
I 0000 d01957 : Nw.10«% Ist Con 4s 06%
1 10.H1 do 4i;s l"<> r >l > rrfVl MX & T 2d. 83%
i COOOO do ::::::: 100% : 4000 Mo Par 1st 10S
110<«> do 4S 1050. H^ 1 ; S Or V- V 00
3000 do 1955.r.% 08% 4SOOO Jo Cvt to..
1000 Am Ag Chin . 1™ » d 0...... .... »2%
r B JQI 1IH«> dO •<-.*
20000 Am T&*T 70(X> Nat R of MMM M
5000 d? **::"101 % 1«» do Ge'n'4»:.' 87V4
do Col 48.. W* 2000 N \ C Deb
Sunn do si*-, ».«?iv«V 04?s
1000 Am Tob 45. . 78% 2000 N,} G & EL IWs
BOW Ann Arblsi __ „„„, £.*^*::JBo^
vsm At t '&"s' f' ' 25 »oo doi:::::: 1^
100OJ Atrfts t I>XVI do 4g M
loon do ' 98% MOO N V Tel 4^. 97%
liSSo do::::::::: |% Fac Gpn 71 ,.
%£ doTs'i VS * 1000 do Prior" 45 100%
5000 do x s i.^ 11000 Ore R & Nay ,
ffi s" 4 ' 1000 Orfiht did " I
3000 do 82% ,^ ef 4s lz£
3000 Bk in ""^^riOOOOsVrk"* "CC
aWOOCent o*f"Ga __ '" 15000 Pa S 3%s "i9is: 05%
i 15000 do Inc. :::7 r |000 d 0 ......... 95^
I lS«00 do Cfs... 75 : L , (|O ,-, ™ „--, N
.V"" . i;i ; . ■••• 08^ 10000 Read Gen 4?. nS
:i '"]■ !>a - Gtd ,*. 16000 St LI S F S3
eooocl 6"cvi" ,— £^g-L.« : '
414 1 ■!= . . ■'- niiui SS^^fe
3000 doGen 4-. si"" 1 , „,,, , 'sr
»«g ''■'.., - j;:> aOOOSa^ An'&Ar
1000 do 2d 5s 1".- - - J- p - 4 y tV s^
1000 Chic B& Q j 20.x, 5^ ah AL/Xdj
Gen 4s !>« r, s gj>T^
• '!- V L do ' Tt 45... 03g ?irHi ° So PacCoi'Tr
3000 do 111 Div ogooo ,].'-, „ Kef '
4? •■■ 0!)'« . 4s 93%
3000 CMftStP MOO do 93%
4. 1034. .V. f'2 16000 do .. <h
i<n-io d.-, Gen 4s fioo,^ do ,- x , 4S4 S _ f>--s :
A 0876 5000 do <W j
2«v«-» do 99 T .,, , ao 97 v !
in.i.tc R 1& P 0000 do ' Vrf' 97%
Rff 4? *9 22000 do ' 9?! l
2000 do 88«4 1060 So Rv Ist .is 106% '
10000 do R R 4b. 72% 1 4.V10 do 105% I
35000 do „.. [2% 4r»r«i Third Ay Con ' I
5000 do .I'-* 4S4 S gtpd... . 55%
BOOOC c*st l I ,vmv> .io . .-.:.-•, i
Gen 45.... 92% !00l> dr> ;; ".!•'• '
1000 do St L Div li.3on«i do , ."0 ' I
Ist ... 90 ioooo do . ".o'i '
1000 Col Fu & Ir y,^ T - p let 45.-r.100%
Gen 5? ... 98 >.i do Km*;.
2-"xv> Col M Ist 4!= 69 70.10 do let Ref
lOOfl Det Edia 5s . 99% 1 4=4 = .... or.\
I<l<-|.l<-1 Dis Sec Cor ' 1.->|Wl do Cvt 45.. 103
f>9 68% 4^oo I - ? Rub 102%
ii'MYt Erie Ist Con '34000 t* S Steel S
4s . c 2Vij p 5S5 S 103%
10000 do Gen 4s. 71 3 *! S.I.V) do I".':-.
24000 do Cvi 4s Aps I .schK^ do .. 103%
5000 do . ti'i I ,%h> do Re .. .103^
::(«*> Gen El Pen • i<^.» \- a i r C ,<;- C
,".s 138 I 5s fts
5000 do . . 13"V 3000 do 98%
Ififtiirt jr. Met 4'-s "ft ! 100.1 Wab 2d r.5... 00 '
5000 do 79% 3000 do R f &■
].¥>¥> do 79 Ext 4s 63T4 ;
I<VMV> Tnt R T 1004,11000 do 63%
' 5000 do ... 1""V 2000 "West Md 45.. M'
35000 Tit £- G Nor ' 2000 V.'est'e S F .Is >•>
M Ctfs . . Ill I *' 4000 do SS«i
2f«"«i Tnt Paper fis.loO ! 1000 West Sh 4s
5000 ie <• F S .*;• 1 Roc . its;
M 4- 77% 5000 West I"n Cvt
I 1000 X C So 55.. 101 j 1= a 101
I l<vm LS&■ M .-o ! 2000 d.l* RB 03
4= 1931... 93»i 2000 Wis Cen Gen
- 3<W} do M-T 1 !! 4s <>24
I Total sales of bonds. $1,092,500
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1910-27.
(Furnished by Swartwout A.- Appenzellar, No. 40
I'ine street.)
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Allan Coast I^in^ ) p c, 1910 - 17 47*4 7 * 4 ' .3
Buff Boch & V 4-4-; r C 1919-27.... 4- * 4-S
Cent of Ga Rv 4'--fi p c. 1910 17.. . . .". 4 .-.
Cent ii R of X .1 4 p '■ 101<>-'l7 44 tt > 8 4U
Ches <fc Ohio 4 p ■■. 1910 '17 .". : » 4' 2
Chic <fc AH 4-4 !^-5 r> C, 1910 1!1 •■.'(> 5%
chic & E 111 4' 2 ;, pc. 101.. -17 .V* 4'i
Chic R 1 & P Ry T- '". v -. 1910 19 . 5% -1 T «
Cln Ham <t Day 4^-5 pc, 1910-'2O •". - is
Del & Hud 414 1 - p C, 1922 4»s 4 » 8
Erie 4-»'- : 5p C, 1910 17 « .".
H<x?kine Val 4 4 ; - pC, lftlii-'i< ."> 4' 2
Hud &■ Manhattan 5 p c. l»10 '18 <! 5
Kan City Ft s & Mem 4' 2 pc. 1910 "15 6% 47,4 7 ,
Kan City Southern 44 j. c. 1010-M5.. r.'i 4 »
Tahiti!) Vql R R 4 414 1 - r> C, 1910 "16.... 4 '•» 41 *
Mo Pac .". p c. i^lf>-MT ;,'-! 4 ,
Mobile & Ohio 4 •; p c, 1910 '16 r<U 4 > 4
X v Cent lines, ft p c, KM" '22 4- 4*4 * 4- 2
Norfolk & \V 4 p „ 1910 16 4*4 * 4',
Pennsylvania 3» 3 4 p c, 1910-U7 4- s 4 -r
St I>o A- SFt i 4H- . i pC, 1010 17. ... rt'i s'/i
do sruar AC&F 5p c. 1910 17. ... 5*4 ."
ppalxjard Air Line 4% 5 p c. 1910 '17.. '> r>
Southern Ry :;'■-_. 4 IK P c, 1910-*21.. r.' 2 47a4 7 a
Virginian By 5 p c, 1910-'W r. « 5
Wabash R R (■•■ r. p c, 1910 &% r.
Wheeling & L. Erie 4% 5 p c. I'.<K> "22 « 5
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
(Furnished by Swart & Appenzellar. No. 40
Pine street.) i
Appr«">x. I
Xame. Maturity. Rid. Ask. yield. :
Am Cigar 4p c. Men 15. 1611. .. '.'.'St 99% u.OO
do 4p c. Mch IS. 1912 i»7% Sis .". 4n j
Bait <«: Ohio 4 p c, M. h 10. 1911 999fc l<f> 4 20
do 4 4 p c. .Tune. 1913 98% :i w: ?i 4 :>'i
Beth Steel Corp •; p c, Nov. 1914 !»."> '.Mi 1 7.L'ii
Chin & Alt 5 p c. Mch 16. 1913.. 98% 994 5.35
'In H &■ D Ry 4 pc, July. 1913 ".»7'-» 1 .t7- 5.10
Cl CC4StL 5p c. June 1911.100 I(mi'« i.mi
It £ H «?npts. 4 4 p■. July. 1922 90T4 100% 4.43
EJrie RR 6 p <*. Api S. 191 I . '•'' Kut 810
Gen Rubber l 4 p <■. July. 1915." 92% »3% ii.oo
Hudson Cos •'. r ■. Oct 1".. 1911.. Ml 99 7.00
do <; o c. !'■ b, 1913 97 :>'.> H 12
Interior R T 6 p C. May. 1911.100% 101 5.10
Kan ■• Ry & L. « pC. Sept, 1912 9U '.'.s\ ti.75
do .'• p c, May 15. 1913 94% 95% 7.00 i
Lack Steel .'• ;• c. Mch, 1M15.-.V. 90 in 7 10
Minn .v St I. 5 p <•. Feb. 1.11.. U2 '•■- lo.«iu
Mo K. & '! • ■■■ ■"• p ■■■ Aus. 1911 95% US v <!<"<'
X V Oni Unea eqpts ."• p c,
Nov. 1910 'L* .' 4.7.'.54.r. r >% basis
X V x 11 & II •'■ p c i!«ii ■12..100H III] ii
.-■• L. &BFr 4% pc, Feb. 1912.'. '.<".\ 96% 0.7.'»
do 6p c. Mch. 1013 ' !•.">** !)i>4 (!.;.O
Southern 1:. B p c. Feb. 1913.'.'. :'.''. ns>,i . . 7"
Tidewater <> p c, June. 1913.::. l>9 ;'; ' i lm» (i In I
>.v. si T. .-.- T. p •■. Feb. 1912 •■•- -. !•'.•',« ". r.n
Whouse i: & M *i p c. Aug. 1913 99% l"O 6.00 \
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
nid'.Asked.l Bld.Ai ■ 1
Km I. <:• T 284 -** IN U Has r» X . 98% UK)
do ;.,,• . 101 104 i *NY &BR 68.100 ID3
•BinK '". .'.f.. M — »d o<'n •>&■■■ 83 1 « •-»
•(• r <; r.s.. 09% 101 Pat &- P G. 83 :>•>
1....T Gas. ISO 10ii »P CC Ji M 100
,-,, .is f<H ;tl Standard .... fi. r j 75
i no ;> 1 «i..100 - i do pref 70 {*> ',
•Eg 1 ■-•• c 58.102 105 »El J <."us ss. '.«> :».'!
Ind Gaa ... 13 IS »str'; cm t'.s 103 107 !
►Jack <; Ms., hh BO | .- L. & T 6».. sr 92
•X <• 1: 6a 07 100 61 I' <•'"> "'S.. 96 08
•M(W) Ist <; 102 — Syra <; Ist .'•.-. '.•••< i>.i :
Mutual . 150 100 |S I- & P 55.; 70 74
•And Interest.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's closing
quotation! for government bonds, com
pared with Monday's:
| —Auk. 29.—- —A up. 30. —
Bid. Asked. 1:1.1 Asked.
r. S. 2e. r*g.; 1930 l"l 101 ■_ 101 It.i
i" S. 2- coupon. 1930 Mi i«i»i 101 Ml 4
r. 6 as, r<- -.. ir»i^ 101*4 i"l", 101 ! ; 10 -
V. S. 3a. . upon 1918 101 '. 102 ■ 10] i 102
U. S. 4s. n-s.. 1923 1 I'' 1 * li.'.--; I 1.".'-, l].-,\
tr. S. 4. .-oupon, 1925 115% 115H 11:.', ii.. -
Panama i'«. r*g.. 1986.. .101 — 101 —
IPaoaona 2s. res., 10J8...101 — 1.l — ,
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
i and the closir^ quotations for stocks In
; which there were no transactions yesterday
on the New York Stock Exchange:
La?t ,, — Closing —
■ale Bid. Asked.
Allis-Chalmers Company £■% 8 9
Allis-Chalmers Company prof. 32 31 35
I American Agr Chemical pref. 102 85 110 ,,
i American Can 88 1 * frVi 0%
! American Car & Fdry pref 110 1104 114
American Coal 1204 75 150
American Cotton Oil pref 101 101 103
American District Telegraph. 20 15 30
American Express 240 240 200
American Ice Securities 19V4 30 18%
American Unseed 13 12 13
American Unseed pref 33 3o T 31
American Locomotive pref... 1034 103 106
American Smelting prpf 8... 85 84 83
American Snuff 285 200 .'s"<>
American Snuff prof 100% 100 101
American Steel Foundry 43 * 44 4."
American Sugar ll^'s 119% 11H4
American Sugar prff 116 1174 I-""
! American T.I & Cable 71U 71 73
American Tobacco pref P2U 92% 934
Ann Arbor 33 27 35
Ann Arbor j.ref 7't 66 72
Atlantic Coast Line 108% 1104 113
Kaltimore /t Ohio pref 88 87 90
Batopllas Mining 24 2 2%
Bethlehem steel 2S ! 3 2S 28%
Bethlehem Steel pref 58% B8 59
Brooklyn Union Gas 132 132 135
Brunswick Bai8 a i S B**
Buffalo. Roch & Pitts 96 ?S 102
Buffalo. Roch & Pitts pref... 125 121 130
Buffalo & Sus<iuehanna pref.. 29 — ' 1!>
Butterick Company 29% 29 . 204
Canada Southern 6i">4 61 6T>
Centra] of New Jersey 2»Vi 2.".'> 2fio
Chicacro & Alton .'!<> 29% 30
Chicago A; Alton pref <>4% — 65%
Chicago. Bur & Quinry 225 2n<l —
Chicapo Great Western pref. 47 4*.** 47
Chicago, md & Louisv pref.. — 80 SO
Chicago. M& St P pref 145% 14". 14f,4
Chicago & Northwestern 144 143 144
Chicago & Northwestern pref.2o3 203 210
Chicago. St P. M & 0 150 130 150
Chicaeo. St P M &■ 0 prof. ..l^ 140 165
Chicago Union Traction 3%, 2 1 34
Chicago Union Traction pref. 8 6 S
Cleveland. C. C &■ st L, 73 70 7-".
Cleveland. C. C & St I, pref. 100 96 99
Coloredo Fuel & Iron pref.... 115 100 120
Colorado & South era „ 54% .*>3 •■•■
Colorado & Southern Ist pref. 72 71 724
Colorado & Southern 2d pref.. 71 *ft 72
Consolidated Coal 97 & i lOtl
I>lawar»». I^ack & Western. .510 4^3 620
Dcs Moines &• Fort Dodge. . 5 "> 13
Detroit UnitM Railroad 53 — 52
Duluth. SS & Atlantic 104 104 12
Erie Ist pref 42* 41 424
Erie 2d pref 29% 31 32%
, Evansville & Terre Haute... r>o 52 55
Evans\ille &- T H pref S2--3 80 90
Federal Milling- <£- Smeltingv . 25 22 t 25
; leral Mill & Smelt pref... GO r«7 59
Federal Sugar " 40 «•>
Federal Sugar prof 95 90 100
General Chemical Company . 94 90 1'"
General Electric Company. .142 7 -« 1424 1444
Granby Mining 40 2-" 100
Great Northern ore ctfs 55 54 56
Havana Electric Railway.... 93% 90 103
Havana Electric Ry pi - ef ... 96 — 96
Hocking Valley 124 i 120 125%
Homestake M 86 89
Illinois Central 1204 12!' l i 132
lne:en=oll Rand Company 106 95 —
Ingersoll Rand Co pref 54% 97 — ,
International Harvester pref.HO 1-*1 -* IIS 119%
International Paper 11% 104 11%
International Paper pref 48 4.7 41)
International Steam Pump... :v.t 39 40
Inter Steam Pump pref 81 80 814
lowa Central 17* i IH4 174
Kansas City & Southern 22 < 121 2 20 204
Kansas City &■ South pref. . . 62*4 62 Xl
Kansas City. Ft S& M pref. 74?* 714 717 1 - 1 *
K<=okuk & Dcs Moines 44 3*3 * 5 S
Keokuk & Dcs Moines prof . . 41 30 50
Knick Ice of Chicago p'.f . . . 77 ii" 7.'.
La. lede <;hs pref 95 65 llHt
I^ak?. Erie & Western, 15% IS 17
T,Tko Erie & Western prof . 40 35 45
Lake Shore 320 325
Mai kit-, Companies S3 v "> 86 _
Mackay Companies pref 73% 74 74 4
Manhattan Beach 3 2 4
Manhattan Elevated 131 120 132
Marine 5 4%
Michigan Central — — 180
M St P& S S M prof 147 3 i 14H 148
M, St P & S S M leased line.i 87 V« 87 89
Missouri. Kansas & Tex pref fil 4 61 62
Nashville & Chattanooga 12T» 123 133
National Biscuit pref 121 — 122
Nat Enamelling- & Stamping. 16 15% 18%
National Lead pref... I<>4 10^ 102%
National of Mexico pref 07 <>ti4 ti7
New York, 0 & St L. «2 61 62%
New York C & St L. Ist pref.lo9% 100 110
New York. C <<- St.L 2d prof. S5 >>O '■>■:
New York, N H & H 150% 151 150.4
Norfolk & West-em 98% 97 974
Norfolk & Western pref 90 86% P»i
North American 68% «74 69
Ontario Silver - 2 24
Pacific Coast 101% 100 110
Pacific Coast Ist prof 105 80 110
Pacific Coast 2d pref 105 100 114
Peoria A- Fjastern 19 10 2.':
PittsburK. C. C& St 1.. 93% 94 (••»
Plttaburg. c. c & St L. pref.. 1154 105 116
Plttsburg Coal 17!* 16% 174
Pittsburg Coal pref W\h I!.".*; fit? 4 I
Pressed Steel Car 34 34 35
Pressed Steel car , re I*s '.'.'i 93
Pullman Palace Car 16<i 159% 161
Ouickslvler 2% 24 3%
Quicksilver pref 3% 3 5%
Railway Steel Spring 32 32 X:
Railway Steel Spring pref 98% 91 '.«7
Reading 3d pref 02 92 93
Rock Island pref «<> fiS 66%
Rome. Watertown & Ogdens.l2l% 118 123
Rutland Railroad pref 30 25 3O
St I- & S F Is) pref 63 55 H'>
St I- & S F C & E I ctfs 125 120 1811
SI L.v -Fc &E I ctfs pref.ll6% 90 115
St L&SF.C4BI ctfs new 61 55 •;v; v -
St Louis Southwestern 24 23 26
St Louis Southwestern pref.. 58% ,"■*". .".»
Senrs-Roebuck prof 121 — 123
Sloss-Siieff Steel & Iron prof. ll4 1O."> 11>".
Southern 1: X M & O ctfs... 86% 78 85
Texas A- Pacific 234 2Hi-i 27
Texas *l- Pacific liind Trust. 84 87 90%
Third Avenue Railroad 8% 8% 9
Toledo Railways & I>ichr . . . »> 74 8%
Twin City Rapid Transit ... 100 107 110
Twin City Rapid Transit pref.M.l 135
Union Bag & Paper pref .... 58 55 60
Uni.m Pacinc pref '.>2 f>l4 <»2H
United Di Goods M KH> \iM
United Dry Goods i>r»-f ....UW lot 105
United Railway Investment.. -'■< 27 28%
United Railway Invest pref. . 51 r>4 57
United Cigar Slfff pref 102 99 103
U S c.is: Iron pipe <£• F prof .'7'« 51 57%
U S E tpn Bg 100 f>o no
V S Realty & Improvement.. 71 71 72
I' S Reduction ft R^fliiinc. . . 4 5% 74 ;
V s Reduction & Ref t-r.-f... 13 15 2- r .
X- S Rubin Ist pref 103 106 1074
V S HtibtMT 2d pref. . . r>s' 69 7.*.
Vandal) ■ Railroad 89 72
Virginia-Carolina 1 h< m |>r«.'f.120 121 123
VinriniH Iron, Coal A: Coke., 5H - til
Wells Fargo Express .. . 175 lt>o 170
Western Maryland 44 42 44' 4
Western Maryland pref tW'n <W 69%
WrKttrn Union Telegraph.... til's 62 R4
Wefltlnphquge Mfg Ist 1>r»f...115 11:. 123
Wheeling & Lake Erie . .5% 4 ft
Wh'<lliiK & L V. Ist pref 11 !> 11
WhwliliK & 1. F. 2.1 pref 6! ■ 6% 74
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by It. I. Day .t Co.. No 37 Wall
Slll-H (
Vug 29 Au. 30 : Aug.2o Aur.3o
Bos & Alh..2»t 220 Cal ,t Hecla.s3B »560
Boston Elt-v.rJti !-'> Centen M. . *IH 'is
Fitchb'R pf.125 125% Cop Range M tu;4 .iti'a
NY Nil ,v II 151 151 ! Franklin M. . 10% 10%
'•1,1 Colony.. 183 IH3 Granby M.... 33 •;;»
\V !■: St Ity. 87 87 Mass Cons M : 4 7»i
1.. pref. 100 1"" Mohawk M.. 474 474
Mast 1.1 Cos 174 174 No liutt.- ... L'.s'-. 28
do 1 .r.-f... M 4 M': Osceola M...1?. . 122 '
Am Pneum. 5 "> Old Dom M.. '•<'< ;tii
do pref.T. 10% l' ; '- Parrot M la 1:1
Am T & T 184% 134% Quincy M . . — 7:1
New Ens T 120 130 Tamarack M 5H ■.•;
Wist T .<: T 144 144; Wolverine M.123 122
do pref N! 83% U8 B Item 3fi '« 3S T 4
In Shoe M. 50% 50 . do it. 48% 454
do pref 27% 27% 1 U s oil v. an
Orcadian M. 5 5% Mis.- Gai ..80 So
Atlantic M.. 8% 'i'- do praf :n 4 f.l 4
Shannon M. 10 1" Utah 24 23
Unit I'-ruit..l!is 193% I v
»AjJtt&
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
While a generally firm tone j*oj»"
at the outset in the market for outs W^
securities, speculation was on a modern t^
s=cale. although what little businew wai
transacted was fairly well distributed.
Around midday a reactionary teii«l*nc> /i"
veloped on profit takinsr by tr^rlprs. wnicH
in some instances carried values materially
below Monday's final. The only feature
to the trading was the "StiTity and
strength of Intercontinental' Rubber, fine
principally to inside purchases. The rest
of the Industrial list was neglected and
about unchanged. In the mining DSI
Chlno after a firm opening ran off nearly
v.; Ray Consolidated improved a sm.-i i
fraction. The silver shares were dull, wftn
slight fluctuations. Goldfield stacks wrre
a shade easier. The low priced issue? were
moderately active, but irregular. Bonds
were dull, with a slight inquiry for South
ern Pacific San Francisco new 4s. Detailed
operations follow:
INDUSTRIAL.
Sales. Open. High. tow. Lart.
39U An Tobacco... 4<«» 4<C 40" 402
3."i4Mt Inter Rub T cts £.; i 21 l i 28% -<
2.S«m *Janua:y 0i1... 33 88 38 35
3.300 'July Oil .44 45 44 44
f.on 'Palmer 0i1.... $1 DO $1 SO $1 •*><> $1 50
SOOU g Light * H 1A 1% If* ';«
200 do pref 7S 5*5 * 7^» .*»
RAILROADS.
200 Chicago Sub... 4% 4S 4 ; : 44
MINING.
2.7«'iO*Argvntum .. .'! 3 2 : 2 21?2 1 ?
text Ariz Canada.. S'-i .'>A 3 l ii 3 A
3,s<Xi 'Bovard Consol. 2 2 v i 2 2
liOO Canad Mines. . %*% 6% 6% CH
500 'Carisa 1!» lf> 10 19 !
1,500 Chirm Copper.. 19 15 14% 14%
IS.OOO •Cobalt Cen.... 8 O'/i 7% SVj
'Corn Fraction. 44 4.". 43 4.".
I.2fM>ron Ariz Snip!. 2 2j"j 2 2
11.500 Ely Central.... H- A * H H
7.400 «Kly C0n»01.... 30 30 28 SO
000 «Ely Con as pd. 3* 38 38 38
400 Rly Ray" 3% 3 ; 3»i 3%
ioi» First National. S's 3 T » ■'■•* '■''-
100 Florence 2H 2!4 2'» 2H
1,500 C.lroux MlnlnK. 6A «f« 8% •%
tOOGoMneld Con.. S : * 8% Bli8 l i SA
2,500 "Oreemvater .. "> •"'* 5 •".
500 Harcuvar Cop.. 10 10 1" 1"
SOO inspiration Cop. SA s '4 S A S H
6,000 'Jumbo Exten. 44 4."> 44 4.".
l.aoaKerr Lake 7 7 *** 6%
IWLa n<*e Con... 3f} 3!J 3|| "?J
1,300 Little Miami... 3'i 3',i 3 i "'i
100 Mason . Val new 77 1 * 7?* 7% 77 s *
COO Miami Cop 10% 10% 18 »>H
.VniO 'Mines Co of A 58 W» 54 "'4
300 'McKlnlpy-Dar.sl 02 $103 $1 01 $1 m
4.xi Xev-r M& S. li i* % H
f/)O Ohio Copper 2 2' * 2 2,>r
COO a rifle Smelters.. 7 » % *? *5
f,o<i Prpclous Metals IS 1 i l*» I *
P.7'Hi 'Rawhide Coal. 12 124: 11. 1-'
4.300 Rawhide Queen. 25 25 2.'; 25
I,soo ßay Central i'A 2A -'A -A
200 Kay C0n501.... i«' 1S> 4 I^'i IS 1 * i
4<mi Rh.l War Mln.. 2' 3 2% 2** 2*4
100 S I'tnh M & S. I * I * ll 3t3 t 1*
1.200 Stewart H % ; » ;:
Tonopah Exten. 90 po 80 !•"
190Tonopab M .... 3 ; 8% 8 3 i - r -
'Tramps Con... 4*3 ." 4' 2 "»
.-.OilTri Bullion *4 'i '2 l 2l 2
1,900 Union Mines... 1 V II 1 * 1 IA
200 United Copper.. 47i4 7 i •"> 47<»4 7 <» ">
3.000 »Un Pac Cobalt 33 l 3l 3 3'i 34 3 l i
l.ftoo 'Yellow Jacket. 43 47 43 47
100 Yukon Gold M. 3% .'> 7 s 3*4 3%
BONDS.
10.000 So PF tm 45.. 92 : « !>2 ! i 92' i P2U j
'Sells cents per share.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
The professional character of the market
on the Consolidated Exchange was well
exemplified by the fact that while 79,408
shares were traded in with forty different
issues represented on the list, three-quar
ters of the total business was In the three
stocks that have led in activity for some
time past, namely. United States Steel
common. Union Pacific and Reading. Sales
Of the last named exceeded those of Steel,
a rather unusual happening of late. In the
earlier dealings the room tendency was to
buy. but -when the market failed to show
snap at the higher levels the traders
shifted position and hammered prices, their
selling for a time resulting in quotations
ruling \k to 4 of a point under the New
York Stock Exchange. The session ended
with a mo\ement to retire shorts under
way. Detailed operations follow: *
STOCKS.
Share?. Open. High. Low. La it
3.2.V> Amal Copper... XT.'« (55% «4'=, (U%
690 Am Beet Suerar 36% 37*3 3»> 3 » :>;" s
20 Am Car &- Fdy. 47 T a 4>- 47 T , 4<
IPOAm Hide &L. L'rt ! * '."'.'.» CK 1 * 2^'i
4,060 Am Smelting... HSH fiO 1 * K7's «*>
44<>.A* Top & S Fe 96 fi^N 07H 97*5
7" Pa It A 0hi0... 104 * i 10.-, 1"4"« 105
3»>rt Bklyn Rap Tr. . 73 7r.' T3 r> 7t'
«0 Can Pacific 192 ]!<:< I!' 2 192'»
70 Cent Leather... 35»4 .'!."'■* 35 35
• I<V. Oies & 0hi0... 74', 74 ! r 72 t * 7. :
37OCh Mil 4- St P.120H 1-1 '■* 12«\i 120%
W> Col Fuel ft Ir. 30 s i 3<> 343 4 2!l a « 30
3OConsol Gas 131 131% I.''.<>\ 130*4
l<»Corn Products. 13*4 13 343 4 13 13%
30 Den i Rio Gr. . 314 31 la "1 31
30 Diet Securities. 27 27'% 27 27'«
150 Erie 2rt>-» i.i 1 , 25H 25»z
70 Gt Northern pM23H 125 a » 124 3 124%
Inter-Met 1« 1«i 17 4 17 4
2<) do pref 49 4!> 40 4!'
2<»Mo Kan A Tex. 32% 32*4 31% 31 i
1O Mo Pa.-lfli- ... 53% 53% 53% ;»r> 3 -
280 X V Central... lll% 112 111 111 '•■
160 Nor Pa.-ific 114 ! 4 114 1 * 113% 113 7 i
10 Pacific Mai] 27 l 27\ 27 1 * 27U
380 Pennsylvania ..12s*4 12T» : . 128% 128%
1O People's Ga5. .'.106 I'ifi 106 ■ 108
22.540 Reading 142 4 143 141 14? 1 .
7<tß op steel 31 31 30 30
570 Rock Island... 30% 31 l i 30 30%
1.070 Southern Pac. .113 7 114% 112% US 1 *
(W Term Copper... 25% !>'■% 25% 26%
14,750 Union Pacific. .167*4 1^ 1«^ 166%
350 V S Rubber 34*4 354 34% 35%
19.320 Xj S Steel 70*4 71% «' 3 70%
HO do pref 11« ! » ll«% 116% I!^%
10 Utah Copper... 4?. 1 45'; 45S 45 1 - 2
lOWabash 17 17 17 17
25« do pref 37 ,>7 l b 3R% 36%
70.401! Total sales
MINING.
1.500 Atlanta 124 .12'^ 12 121 2 .12%
100 Rrlmont 4.00 4'"' 4 <»> 4.00
looc.msol Va . 1.65 1.63 1.65 1.63
300 Crown Point.. .85 .S3 »:. .*:,
42<) GoldfiHd C0n. 8.25 5.25 8.25 8.25
100 Hale & Norc.. .36 .36 .36 .30
I,4oo Jim Butler 2* .2* .27 .27%
500McNamara ... .27% .27-2 27' 2 .27 ! 2
MM Mexican 1.42's 1.42% 1.42% 1.42' 3
200 Montana ■•• s>> > > >
Ophlr 1.50 1.50 1 .50 1.50
200Potosi 40 .40 .40 4'»
3OoTonopah Ext.. .80 .90 .90 .90
100 West End .. .60 .t*> .60 .60
5,720 Total sales.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Frederic H. Hatch & Co.. No. 30
Broad street.)
STOCKS.
» Dividend. Bid. Asked.
American Bray? Q-.l 3 11« 122
American Chicle - Mo&Ex 12 21* 225
American Chicle pf Q-J •> !« 1"1
Am Dlst Tel of N J..Q-.T 4 4. 51
Am Coal Products Q-J r» ru OS
American Press Q-J&JSi 6 l'»i 10s
American Thread pf JA..T .*> 4*4 5V4
Am Type Found deb M&N1928 ti Km> _
Am Type Found new. . .M&N1933 « !<:» 100
Am Type Founders J.v.r 4 38 42
Am Type Founders pf.. Q-J 7 ON 104
Balicrk & Wikox Q-J 7 98 101
Barney & Smith pf — — f»". 10i>
Burden- Cond Milk F&AEx — 111 113
1 Borden's cor.d Milk pf..Q-M 6 102 103
Bush Terminal coin — s."i 95
Central Fireworks — f» 10
Central Fireworks pf... — — 10 3.1
Conn Ry & Light Q-F 4 74 7.".'-
Celluloid Q-J&Ex 8 12:: 127
E I dv P de Nemours.. Q-M S 158 163
E I dv P de Neon pf....Q-J ft 80 85
Empire. Pteel & 1r0n.... — 12 ' IK
Empire Steel & Iron pf. -- — 55 «.-> j
Hall Signal common — 40 45
Herring-Hall-Marvin ...— — 30 4<>
International .Nickel — 1.12 13»
International Nickel pf.Q-F R 88 02
Internationa] Silver - — — •',<» —
International Sliver pf. .Q-J 4 10.1 110
Kirby Lumber -- 1O 13
K'riv Lumber pf - — - — 35 4."
Kings Co El '. & P. ...Q-M « 123 127
Nat Cash Register pf...J&.1 7 118 122
Nilea Bement P Q-M « 98 103
Nilesßement-P pf Q-F 0 m 103
Otis Elevator A*O 2 .Ml Bfl
Otis Elevator pf Q-J 6 Bfl 03
Old Dominion S S J&J 6 i.»> 110
Pacific Gas .<- El - — — 54 .'/!
Pncinc Gas & El pf Q J 6 83 S7
Phelps, I) & Co — IPo 21)
Pope Manufacturing — 6] »U
Pep? Mfa: pf — — 75 BO
Producers' Oil Q-M « 14.) 149
Pratt *.- Whitney pf ...Q v • B i.m IOCS
Royal Bali Powder Q-M&Ex H I*s ]■..-,
Royal Itak Powder pt..Q-M « 109 l"-'^
Safety C II A L Q-M&Ex S 129 ISO
Ben Sen Chiclet. — — 132 13*
Standard Coupler — X"> —
Ftandan! MilliiiK Co _ 10 IS
Standard Milling Co pf.A.tO 3 M 43
Texas Company ...-QM 12 137 It)
Texas .v Pacific Coal... Scrip tl 95 103
Trenton Pottei ... — 4 7
Trenton Potteries pf... — s;\ .:..
Trenton Pot fn.lK Ctfs. . 4 «.) 70
Trow Directory — — 25 35
Union Carbide — — M 100
Union Ferry Q-J 2 27 3i> '
Union Typewrite* — 37 41
Union Typewriter Ist pf.A.tn 1 103 101
I'nlnn Typewriter 2.1 pf.A4O 7 103 100
Unit.'.l Bank Note Q-J 4 4>> 4^
l/nlted I»mk Note pf...Q-.T fi «7 53
II B Finishing com, . . . S-J 7 ins \,,\
U s Plnlahtng pf Q .1 7 1117 113
V B Finishing Ist J.v-.i 1010 ft I<»> KM
I' S Finishing .on* ....Jftj 1920 5 '.'.'. 100
Uti Motor com — — 50 M
V S Motor if - — — i;.i cr
Virginian Railway — ca 7.>
We*t Pacific — 22 25
\v...-t Power — •_■.-. -..
W.st Power pf — 47 SO
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(Furnished !>>• Williams. McConnell ,v 1 'olfuiiin.
No. t>> Wall itreei 1
Bid. Asked.
Am Llsht ,v Traction 281 2>tfl
do prefi 1 red .. 101 ~\,,,
Am fins A Electric 4:iu t.',i 3
d.i preferred ;:;ii" 41 i^
do firsi Bs ' si " S3
De-nvt-r Oai .>.• 1:1. ■ til 14,;
do general :.> :i,i ;) r>
Empire 1 ilstrici Electric a I ,T;
flo 01 ifei red 70 V".
do bonds ... 7;
Lincoln Gai & Eleitrl/ „ is •'■■'•
Pacific Gas £ Electric .V. ,"\7
do preXerrtd §4 87
FTPrntor Trustee
hxecutor bartered 1822
The Fanners' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 &22 William Street.
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
#At ,. 15 Cocksirar St. PABIS, 41 Bedew Ha*»sa*cj
tOIDON 18 Bifhopsgate St Within.
Travelers Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange.
Administrator Guardian
Icl Metropolitan L3j
II Trust Company^ ||
1 I 0/ tf*e City qfJYew YdrA I I
3 S 49 WALL STREET I
I I Capital, Surplus and Profits, $10,000,000 I I
I I BRAYTON IVESj Mfc* CECRGE N "ggMAimLSiJUfm* I I
II RFVFRI V CHEW ydv d We" P%L R? PERT W X ANDERSON. A-tTr. II
■I R BERTRAM CRUGER. Trounrer. FREDERICK E. FRIED. A-«. iecreury. 1 ■
[ I ot^:s^ DIRECTORS. PiS-B-S II
E X vv ?f. nn l ■ b'i'l |__v C-IJS tlUri Anf«a A. R»«n. ■ ■
■ 9 Wllu.m Carrnder. BradbqrJlartlii, Nrnan B.Sheldon. 9 1
RB Iw,rl;Cb>»'. ** "'*' **"■*** Vla"nsrd* John W. Simpson. 1.1
■ ■ Tli-tnas I>' Witt riiT>r, nj 1;'.1 ;'. \f'ul^.'" T J0.,- h J S^'iai. ■}■
■ 3 I' '- Rsk'. „„_ kicbardjSrMmer. <">,. H«ir; Warr-B. Mil
■ ■ J. Horace iIH-'.. Jchn £ _ ]-ar». r .., Horace White. 11l
■ 5 I"-..:- 1 Hewitt. 11l
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN TRADING. houses
were not active in the local stock market,
selling 10.000 shares on balance.
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL REPORT
—Thf- report of the American Agricultural
Chemical Company for the year ended
June 30. 1910. shows manufacturing proOts
of $3,587,223, compared with |3;0l8»l« m the
preceding year, and total net earnings of
13.767.726, an increase of SKH.os>l. -Vl.l^/V I . l^/
amounts charged off an I rreferrpd^i; «
denda there was. a son ol ■■"'■-;„
equal to 10.42 per cent on the common
stock, against 7.52 per cent earned in the
year before. Total net profits, after
amounts charged off. were 51\50..574. the
lnrce.-U in the history of the company,
comparing with $££**» in the PK^dJng
year $2,156,876 in 1908 and $1,059,791 in Wul,
the first year of the company's organiza
tion The general balance sheet shows
cash on hand of 0.079.613. accounts re
ceivable of $11,673,418 and bills receivable
of vj >; t.«28 The profit anil loss surp as
of June 30 stands at $5,468,69'!
BOND PRICES.— At the close of the cur
rent month twenty representative railroad
bonds show an average price of 9<>4_.
against 39.87 at the end of July, ?f>.65 at the
close of June and 93.70 on August 30, 19CW,
In this list the largest inline from a year
ago is presented by the Chicago. Rock
Island & Pacific »s, which next to the
Erie general 4s are the cheapest o: tne
twenty 4 per cent issues selected The
Atchison general 4s stand at the highest
price, while the Baltimore A Ohio gold ts
and the Southern Pacific refunding 4s fhn^
the smallest decline from tins time last
year.
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW MEXICAN
RAILWAY.—Ambassador Henry Lane Wil
son writes from Mexico City that contracts
have bepn awarded by the Arizona. Mexico
.v Gulf of California Railroad for the con
struction of the line from Silver Bell -< r i..
Sasco, Ariz., to Pott Lobos. Mexico ihls
two hundred-mile railroad will connect at
Tucson Ariz., with the Southern Paelflc'3
Mexico company. Th» road will also serve
as an outlet for the ores of various mine?,
traversing, as it does, on° of Mexico s
richest copper districts. The contract also
calls for a reinforced concrete pier it Port
I.ohos. at which the deepest seagoing ves
sels may dock, and for $7,000,000 worth of
improvements
HARRIMAN EARNINGS. - The Union
Pacinc reports for July gross earnings of
$7,916,655. an increase of 53*1.^1. and net
earnings of $3,385,197, a decrease of 342!>.919.
The Southern Pacitic Company in the same
month earned gross $11,215,-72. an Increase
of $400,702. and net $5,597,461. a decrease of
$101,932. Comparisons are made with the
same month ast year.
MOVEMENT OF MONEY. — The local
agency of the Bank of Montreal shipped
$800,000 gold coin to Canada yesterday,
making a total on the current Canadian
movement of $2,600,000. The Sub-Treasury
transferred $250,000 to New Orleans for thf
account of local banks, making a total of
$T,150,000 in the last two weeks.
BONDS TO BE PAID.— The Butte and
Boston Consolidated Mining Company, a
subsidiary of the Anaconda Copper Com
pany, has called in all its bonds outstand
ing, issued under and secured by the mort
gage executed by it to the Old Colony Trust
Company, of Boston, on May 3, 1897. The
bonds would have matured April 1, 1317.
KEYSTONE TELEPHONE. — The earn
ings of the Keystone Telephone Company
for July amounted in gross to 51M. 472. an
increase of $3,452, and in net to ?47.'-6'\ an
increase of $1,563. comparison being made
with the same time last year.
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(Furnished by Edward B. Smith v Co.. No. 27
Pine ■■'"'*. New York.)
Hid. Asked. I Bid-Asked.
Alb & Pus. 280 300 M Coal Rpf 1"- HJB
Alb ft xt ■71 *• |.Man & T -"-" - ! "
V,le<-h i VV.138 146 I Manhattan 128 ISl 1 *
Am T& C.I 71 73 Massaw- V> . . .IJS I*
At AC A 1.-!". 188 :v H A S H 131 125
A.UK& sa« .1<»; 111 Mobile £Vrf SI ,7
AG£M M. 85 73 «*O stk t cfa Ts 80
Beech* Creek. 93 100 Mor C & Bak. 55 —
B-,v V F.. l."> 30 ! *> •:•• 10. —
Bos* & Alb 220 «' ; [Morris & Ex. 170 —
rout <- ..w 213 55 ! do extn ... OS 104
Bo't & Pror.2!)o 300 Nash & rec..lS4. 19»)
H <.- 7th JIv.ILI) 133 'Nash £ L0w. 213 —
Kklvn City :i43 155 New Lori X. |)0 2;>>
r&BCo IV 130 XV & H cip.3oo 325
Canada So*.r" Xl BS NTB&M B pf.lOS US
Cata Ist pf 112 130 NY L * v ■ -™ 123
d , I'd d! ~;ll5 i- " NT M " ; Tel . 100 -
Cay v Sup 215 --■"• |XlnthAve . 140 l'»
c Crosstown! 90 130 ■ — h Car... .193 Md
CPN &E R ■' '" j North »N H>.139 145
Chat* £,; 102 l.iS North (N J).. H 05
CAK ! T cfa 4S US North Penn..tO7 2iiS
do ctfp . : 105 113 Northw Tel. WO 112
CtV 10th >ts. «<» HO i NVrf & "■ : ' - ■■' 21.1
CS £ C I"' 123 — Old Colony...lW 2<Kl
Clrfleld * M.130 — Osweso & S 210 225
Clev A PIUS. 165 170 I*ac It At T. . M 7S
do spl bet. '•* "•' Pat A H R...1^ CO.)
Col it X ""l 2W ! Pat ■ Ram ..1-5 2"V>
Cone & M...160 17'» jPemlg Valley. 129 ut
Cons & V. .17.) - Peo« B Vy..170 IST.
C ,<- P R pf.irv.: 142 : Phila G £ X.200 —
Conn River.. 260 270 P» : £'• E. . . tvj 70
CRy A 1--.- 73 7'i i dr. |>ref 120 M«»
do prel 7-- *-• PFtW AC. 164 174
Daytcn A M 58 - ! 1 " -T'cial. . . I.V. 170
Iv ,v Bd Brk. 3W P McX £ V 120 1.10
Dei h A S.. 9*l 08 (Prov .<.- Wore.2«) -JT-)
East Perm.,.130 14') |i.-- ■ .\ Sara -" 200
K.Rhth A\»> -'■■" — |H .<■ (J Vv 113 -
Elmlra A W.li).) l.'" (Rom. « C u> IN)
do pr«r. 143 153 |R VI £Or 118 r.'.i
Erie* Ka1.:200 23«J [Rui I Wl :;-. 145
Krie ,\ Pitts 133 1 1" i^ara £ S.-h...ir,{» —
Flt.-hhg pf..125 ISO Se, on.! A\>\.. 7 SO
kW £ J pf.133 «•> Sharon llv 110 125
<2-< lAOSr 220 27»i Sixth \v«- Mi 139
Franklin T. . 38 45 P o ,v At Tel., st ST
C, itlc.vP. C 0.253 V«.^ - mthw ••• 0.1rt3 112
G * Stk T I" 1 1!" -• 1. .. Ist pf |2U 130
Gi Rlv Vy.lL"> 12« | do 2.1 pref .. 51) 5S
Han ft CW. 40 M St JA So It.. 80 —
lloreford M W2 | k) i-ref 100 112
in .•. • 1, 1. 99 08 t.4 C. R A 5.168 17.:
111 A Miss T. 83 73 Tun of SI L...115 12S
Intero •inT. 90 100 2-.-..1 st -..- 2f>«>
Jark I. v S M M VS J R ':.v ■■.•»•> 245
Jollel £ '■'' 108 IT"- I Upper .-....-. l-s —
X A A •'• I! H • 150 I" «<. IS Rlv !•■.• ITS
KCSL£MptCB .-.:, 7.'. U (• £ s Vjr.m !."..)
KCSI.XC pi .t.T) 140 V<" .* I! 7.: s^
I. S * M 50. 33fl SrtO Vy .«r X T.V.I Ii 121
1. £ M pi 100 170 [> A Mass.. 1...> it--
L N A C.I 13 120 \V:m.n r." |«i
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnish..! by \V. N. <* :. ■> A c,.., N,.. 4;; tv.iir
- 1 1 ■•••r 1
(Accrued int.-r*-^t to ! .■ .I.l •!•■,! 1
t!i.! Asked.
•I -. March. 1030-'6O t*»l n«i -i
•44, November, I*7 10»I' a li>«t»t
•1 l a. May. i:>:. 7 l.i»;' = \^\\
•4';. November. I! 1 I©2S u>:%
•»'«.. Mt>. I.m; . ■„_■ , l(Ms,
•».•<. May, !■'■'' . . K* a „s» ,
•4« Novembei*. l!>:.s •■. -, ..^. 4
♦is. May. 1867 s»7 T ,
•,- May. 11*10 •»>•■.. ;i 5> a 4
•1, November, lt»s-'sfl . w'. .«•,;,
14-- November, i!t;:t; «*;^
•l 1:.l 1 :. Ncvetwber, Ml-M . -. v.i,
t.V : . May. IK.-.4 -:. - m£
t3H. IflOO .M s.\., 5 ,.,
I3H November, I'.>H . vtn" »v
12*4," November, tic's . .tfu^ ftb 1 *-
I3W. November. 1022 oi\ ir;>?
|;; 1 ?, November, 191S so'i <v> '
«!'_.. November. IDll ... .' . "' o;\ •>;'.
«6s. November. 1910 U)o\ { ox ■,
•Coupons Interchaageable. tKe«lst«re.l jCou
tons. IReglatered and couron. •..:... .
! Best Facilities for Executing Orders is
New York and Boston. # - •*
CURB STOCKS
J. Thomas Reinhardt,
1 38 Broad St., N.Y. Office Overlooks Curb
54 Devonshire >t.. Boston. Private Wire*.
MARGI>~ ACCOUXTS SOLICITED.
i
! Mortgage Certificates 4 £% Int.
I TiTi£_GIIAHJISIEE2iTRDST&
Capita! and Suroius. - $14,000,000
j 176 B'way, M. Y. 1 75 lemaCT St , Bklyx,
i 350 Fulton St., Jamaica.
!
REPUBLIC OF CUBA
o'i Gold 80nd.% of 1904.
Coupons doe September 1. imi>. of th-» abov»
i bo-nds will b^ paid on presentation at our o£c»
I on and after that dat?.
SPEYER & CO
24-26 FINE STREET.
Xe-r Y"rk. August 31. IQiO.
f Irving National
j *^&S& > Exchange Bank
Strictly m Coramerrlal Bank.
Resource Or»r Thirty Millions.
j H>«t Broadway and Chamber* St.. New York.
A LOAN OF $5,000
W?p'*l on high class collateral. -
I "PrlnrtpTis 0r.1v." Bti 15'">. Trlbun? OS;».
; MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
S MONEY MARKET.— Money on call op»r.ed
' at 1% per cent; highest. 2 per cent: lo'>r»3t.
, I 3 per cent: closlnc 2 per c*»nt: rollns rare.
: ll a 4a 4 P^r rent. Tim<» money was prill in
' rather lisht demand, and ivas obtainabla
!In moderate volume. Rates, 3 -~* per --r
. for ?ixty day?. 3%@1 V" cent fci nir:"*"
days, •'i'jt-j per cent for torn months and
! 4'-.J>7 4* t p*> r cent for five and six months.
■ ?.lercantil*' paper xva^ issued with * - free
' dr»m. ■■■--":■•* i per cent tor sixty ar.-l
■ ninety days' indorsed bill 3 rece«\ > abl». S^j
r n^ p*>r cent for choice four and =tx months'
: sinsr> names and 6^3 per cent for others.
; FOREIGN EXCHANGE— The Ban - ex
, change market opened steady %rtth •.■■'-.
T however, showing little recovery from tbs
i sharp decline which occurred !atr Mon'iar
[afternoon. Cables were quoted at 4 SoCO®
j 4.«'v5. demand sterling -....:.. ana
; sixty-day bills at 4 %' ' ■. "- -w~ '. short frarc3
were around .- -;v; v lesa 1-18 and snort
I reichsmarks 951-M les? l-SC^'So 1-16. The
market was steadier in the afternoon.
showing a recovery of 10 points from th*
morning's low level. Cables were quoted
.-•.-..: v. . -demand sterling at * l »
i bid and asked and sixty-day bills U 4 S'-» ■'
\ 4.5;."--.. Short francs held aroirad .Vls s i le?3
! 3-M3511534 less 1-32. and short reichsmarks
' 35 1-16 less 1-22'gVj 1-16
Bankers' posted rate? were:
SUtv days. Percani.
J ?terlinc 4.55 4 ?T V »
; Germany, reichsmarks W* M-i
j Paris, francs 5.20 5.1- ! »
Beigiom, francs _5.21» - 1 2*
Switzerland, francs 3.21 7 s 3.1?f»
Holland, guilders +'* .40 l *
: DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. — Boston. *
j discount: Chicago, 30c discount: San Fran
! Cisco. si£;!it 7'-2C premium, telegraph scj
I premium : New Orleans, commercial 50c d:s
i count, hank $1 premium: Charleston, buy
! ins: par. selling 10c premium; St. Loofst. 15c
discount bid. 5c discount asked; Mian*
apolts, ."io premium: Savannah, buyir.s 3-ltnJ
discount, selling par.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York, «
changes ; . •„»:.;.:..". balances Jl".i>lt'^D4: Bal
timore, exchanges J4.137.052. balaives JSC».
34r>: Chicaso. ■-.-_- $37,013,354, balasc**
52.055.57.': Philadelphia, exchanges 519.356.
474. balances 12.497.920.
SILVER MARKET.— Commercial bar sil
ver, 3S%c; Mexican silver dollar?. Me Ba?
silver in London closed at 213-164 ™*
chanced.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. "70: Lis
bon. 6.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE. - Mexican «•
change on New York ,- quoted at . *%
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. Xo. 2 TVa:t strati
nd.Aaked.l BKLAahA
America ... :»-> 6t'> Ilrvlnsr NB. . HO
Am Kx^h... --- 235 ijeffr.r9.-n .... 175 153
Aodnbon N- l'"> 113 Ur>erty 625 —
.Etna S i-. . 173 180 | Lincoln .•• 425
Bronx l>r.. 900 — riTanhat Co.. Hls 3W
Bronx Xat. ■•-.•■ Mkr * Pul.. 2.'»> 255 I
lottery Ik. 115 125 Metropolis. . . Hi") 41* *
Bowery 375 — M^ch £ M N -»•> >'
Butcb A t>. 14.) 115 [Mercantile .. l.V> '•*» v
Pryant Pk. 155 lt» Metropolitan. 2»«> -
Coal I 1N- 143 155 [Merchant*'... I*<> ■"■>
Century ... IW IT."> ! Mount Morris 2W »>
Ih.xse 42.'. 44«» I. Mutual v. 235
Chatham .. 320 .«' Ixassaa 24<> —
Chfinual .. 4;<» 4»*> x at foserre. M* !1»
Cti iVnt X. 150 IM i.Ww N*tt»Td 210 3*
City ::•■» :v.'» ;\; \ \ \ p \. ;;j«> 325
Chelsea Kx. 2-»> i\ y Coontj SCO"., —
Commerc*., 2»>«> 2"<*» 1Jlt? , V Vari . . 250 3* l
Colonial ... 4>»> -- \. e V,f A L>av 2t*> 23
Columbia .. 4<m> - — » ->J
Corn K\oh. 3itt 315 iv/..*. r.»» - v)
Rasi RUrr.. 11:. IJ:> \l7Zfir 3C. 3»>
Fi.ieltty ... Its'. 175 '..'. . " •►-» I*>
First Nat... 825 >^.'. ;l.' h 7_u" ".".1 tW **
Fifth Xnt... .".»» :::•»> £s*™ ** -
• .. !^
F.-.rth Nut. I^4 I<-S *? -•", ;* tX - [■■$ -^
n
c.aih,tin ..: »» j-.i.v |-7: a^ nt ;;; 500 *n
m
OriiMn-.Vm !»<► «5»» >t .' t '* , ,. ' IV ""- I* l
Oermank^ 455 !=«■ £•£•; 1W -
Greenwich I 2KI 2«5 tlnion Exch- 1« -
•;. ihim Xat 1» 155 [Wash In* •■ -^ _
Uanover...«o» •»» IWtit fW«- •• ... -
Imp ><t Tr.. 54<> 3iV> ITcrkvtlle •-• v
COBALT STOCKS- -^jj2
(Furnbfted by Warren, C.w>«»kl 4 Co.. . ■
-. n^. street. MM*
i:j s six s' 3 ■»*» Nancy "*' ",« O*
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