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Potter, Choate & Prentice
MtMBf RS V Y. STOCK EXOUNGE
1 Deal :n high c r "d ( ' in
vestment bonds
f Furnish information re-
E«rd«nf the status of cor
porate securities.
V, Execute commission
orders in all principal mar
ket?. '
National City Bank Building
SS ITAIX JSTKKKT
*n York- N. V.
1*!. ♦•JO" ■Prow'!
BONDS
"!\> offer munldr«l '•- | ration
r.-.ndp In mast] denominatJone— sloO.
S?.v« and $7S*\
TO Yield 4 ! 4% to 5 %
r---, for list of v, c cad* Invcst
™*n\*. Also l-»fW oontaininz suc
p^^fons trr irtveytrocnt nnall In-
W. N. GOIER 6 00.,
43 Cedar St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
New York City
TAX-EXEMPT
BONDS
N. W. Karris & Go.
BANKERS
Pine Street, Corner William
NEW YORK
f a m;w HOIJHNY
t.'OMTANV IOK
CAS AMI ELECTKIO ntOrEBTOBS IS
I IX ritOCl>s OV rOKMATIOX IM>EK
A MAXttJEMENT KXCKPTIOXAIA.Y
i Alil.i: A.V» EVPBRII SCEU XX THIS
I uke. it- «<*• n*ML"I*\TIVE VKB
; FCRRRD STOCK AT PAR WILL CARRY
, A BOM » is COMMON" STOCK. OX
I wnii COMMON II IS Ml! IXTKN
TTOX TO PAY S^i FROM thi: r:i -.!>•
i ]'rta*UinV be ?\irn*sh'ii on regvnt.
Swartwout & Appenzeilar,
iHrtm K. 1 M Exrhaocr.
44 I'm*- *>trc.:. New -York.
S. H. P. PELL & CO.
Members Masj York Stock Bsßdaaasi
4 3 Exchange Place. New York.
Are the Market in
Dv Pont Powder Securities
internal. Nickel Securities
%ll Vnlii»t*<l anil Inactive v.nrin.
lloiirlil. r«<>ld and «orre< > tly Quotrd.
Tel 7f««5-«-7-P •< Hanover.
Wm, A.Read & Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St., N. Y.
rOS TON CHICAGO BALTIMORE
V_taß4Mie«r~lK~ir~~~ Trlrplione 2817 K«-tor
INSUR.ANCK: STOCKS
FIDELITY, PHOENIX. HOME,
NIAGARA. CONTINENTAL. Etc.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
E. S. BAILEY.
as BnOADWAV. N. T. C.
Warren W.Erwin & Co. |
ktvsatieni Con.-olldated Stock Exchanr< ol N. T. §
1 Investment Bankers, \
i 26 Beaver Street. New York. «
DIVIDEND ■ NOTICES. v
Minn rain* i.k «• M«.\K COMPAVV.
>;«•■»■ York. September 7. 1010.
I'RVTKURED STO«'K 10 V1OF.NI>.
<X>MMON STCM^K ipevd
» dividend of tno tw oenl i-n tlr- preferred
*'r--k .iT • tiifc tomvan; '■«!■ l»fln <Iwlart>l fur th«!
ls«' quartir «f 'he curreni ■fi^o^al >*-ar; ther« has
*;«« t«^Ti declared i. yjarterlv dividend of otvo
par rent and an extra dividend of tnn j>er n-nt
on the .-ommon BtOCk of the. Company. The«e
*iividerdh »re iia>Hbl« on Oct*«r I. 1914). »"
of record «t th* elos* of business
, n ,->,.•..„ 30, 1 V H • Cbeclw «r*o r* nmliel l-y
Mi— in. Mu'.ler. Fchall &- «*o.. of Kew York CSty.
The T-aii.(<- Kf^jki. will b*»-'i">^d «n Soptenit^r
2*" 15>10. and ■kI'A be r»-oj«;n<«J on <.>rtobt-r .". 1 '""
F. A. T>T!.*.!N -;T I M F«H-rrtary.
KMT IMB {T\TRAI. « in"*n»o> l.(\ i R
ItAIT.IUIAII COMrANV.
z Treasurer"* • >n ; c«-.
New York. Bwptembei 7tli. HMO
TirE aK>ARD Or DIRECTORS «f ihl« Com
pan' Vih* declared ■ divid«n'i of ' 'XF. AND
v«SNE-HAI.F PER CENT, on its capital stock.
Ci <-fnc<- on the I.".th day .-f O'-to-
V»r n»it. 10 Rt.-.rkhoid'rs *>f m .j;ci a' the dose
of busin^iM: on Thuii«da>. th<- "2'id irist.
Xl •-.» 1:1 • 1... TtOSSITHTI. Tr-?»iirrr.
SHK KOTED STATES KINISIUN-; COM
PANY.
320T?roaowav Nnr York. S^W-mbcr 15. IS1".
rRKiT-:RRKI< eTOCK DIVIDEND N< •. 4.V
TTie 'Boanl of T>lr«vtory have thl« <1»> .;<v]ar.v|
thr resrular quarterly £K~Meoa of oo« and lhr*M
cu«nfr> po»- <cni. •I'.'Vt uj.m»i th»- Preferred
F»~i of ih*»< ci'iiparij. va.va-bi- i"-tfV»r I. 1»1«>.
t« nockhoJ'J*r* of r»->-ord HI the i-losr <-r liusincss
F-ptcmNpr ■•„ l*lft,
(XnOliXX STOCK I>J^"^^>K^•l» no. 7.
TJ;e Boerd of Directors liavr tliis day o^c^ar^d
* dividend of one per cent. <T>> upon the <~"om
•non Stfwtc of thi» c<>mt«jiy. j.aj alii-- October 1.
ipio. to no<-icTii';d»r<» of record at the clcpc of
>"i«1ne«» i=<T'»nil*r 20. 131°
F^ S. JERO.MK. Treasurer.
1 .it: OK
TIIK M \.. M; FAIXS l<>v\ 1.1: <O.
15 Broad Rrr^*! \nt York. Sept«-nil.«r 15. lT»ln.
The Board of Director"* have d<--c]j.r»d ;> <lii i
*Send of $2 prr ««'iar<» "n th« fiwl; •■' this
<>rap»nr frojj !h» Mji-pl'jw net income, pa vk tile
Ml «'-,.": »':-T October 15. 19141 to m<.<kl;old'-ri«
r' record on the In day of October. ■'''"
r I^. TjOVKI.ACE. Si-'Titarv.
JkhvETtTIStTHENTS ANI» SCRSCRrPTIONs
ft**- Tbe Tribune received at their I'ptonn
•"'fTice. ••> im«4 B'-oa.«3m-«y. between 30th and
r.7»li V»p.. until J» o'clock, p ny Ailvert)»cm<-nts
T*c^j>«-d *.t «1i» following brsm-h oPicep at re?
ular office Tat^s until B o'clock l». m.. vir_: 264
*ih »ye.. »^. c. cor. 2"d t>t.; ir.*> at* »v.. oof.
12th *t ; 104 EuFt 1 41 .«t. : 257 STe*t 4LM Bt,
Vt v o* n 7»h a'»d Sth «-.•>■; 2<>3 Wept r.T.tii «t.:
•to:;:. "<i aye.; .-... r.d m«\. n<-a:- <!•( (<.; ito»>
1«t sic.. nr«r ►!>t h *t . : 157 Hiirt 125 th Ft.; 75^
TrtTn-jr* it.; «.'- n 3d a\>., iind :iny American
T*^trirt Telec-»T>h Office.
THE PETROLEUM FIELDS.
Operations in i^* 1 \«n<>us <«ii distri«^i
V, r r>r«»n *w a pomcrrhat larcr kcbJc
Anting tli«- Jart ww/k. tli'' r^c^nt rains hav
m c pro%i<3*>*l a t»ufn<i"iu water supply In
enrrtA «?<-tionß t« warrant tlu- resumption
<>r ■^-ork lens held »>p. »»*' b«forc a prc^t
»h»i<? 1t js ♦'xrx^t'^J iliat m laic^ amount
ot' exp^rimpntai vorV: v. ill l«^ uitocr way.
T«pi*»!r)j>TO«>nt«! of thr wrerk, while not of xn
#xtxaoi<3in?ry character. lijo*» Riv*-n foiiio
racuurafmTt to operator*. as* i^lly in
1 ii<> lo^or KRiUmeSt, aixl wlillo n«» larpf
■»»-::s •R-pr*? brought in. t qulte a iiumlw>r of
Ctmd T'^oduf^rs were r'-r^ri*^!. The;** new
t*lls Tcfr* 1 fonfir.^'i almost entirely to the
K!;iintto;i dittri^t. i:i Harrison County, and
its r'niit ..1 th*' n^w ci»nipl*tiona I!i°
<?t.iiy produ^tiuii <>f ib«» p"^' ''"^ I**** 1 in ~
.■>aH »o approxtinatrt} 4. <"•".' barrel*.
Work la 1!.~ Bouthern ar.d wroUieartern
Motion* <>f ih- pool I" increariaJß, irtM '"
«*:«-atioTiS point t<> a Turthfr Increase Hi tlie
uoiput. E>«t<nzuned effort* win be made,
i: t« tv.U't, by o:»rraior?> to open up new
p)«tJoelti£ territory in Mouun^aholiL Jill'!
II J r«*ttm cucntica. Uor<-nt Investisationa
);i •• showsi that Ok; pf<ji<»Ki^ai fonaatSun
tiriajeec «»ic M<;io:j«al:«la an<J t'li^at rlvtrs
• «iir*"£-poads wi'!: tliai :n Harrison County,
;.:i<i f«#r this teasou oi>erator« lmve l>e€n
uitrartc-rJ t» that t*-rr!tnr; - . I*ieid work in
ihc; tiiid-<x>!iUri<'Rt field c Jia.s been ratli^r
quiet ro far this moQth. <lue in j:a.rt, it is
i-i'Jd. ta a disposition on the part of pro
curers to await betur prices Mr tb*« crude
»-.r««JucU Ho u ever, sum« jrood producers
j.r<- r«'p^>rt«i in th<- P.irtl Creek district ai;d
in the Glean i«ooi district. In i) • 2iJ!rioiH
f.fld there arc indications of an active
drilling carcpaicn. a.!id it is *xiK-ct<*fi that
*.:» fh« work possible will l>e start f-d before
?h*- cold weather arrives.
Prices for r«^Sued petroleum are quoted
*.« loYtowf- . Xci V<*rJf, 7.r>'» cenis tn barrels
*r;<J 4 ceats in buik: I>jn«1or;, sj»<jt. C- a <l per
imperial pailon; Aatwcrp, ii 41 .i francs :<f-r
hundred kiioH, ar.d Lsreinea. C.Ji u:arks ;><t
fc. kilo*.
FINANCIAL MARKET
Stock' Speculation Inactive,
While Better Demand for
Bonds Develops.
Current market movements give no in
dication of the development of aggTes
siv»i speculation for either account in
the immediate future • Sentiment in
commission house circles 1p conserva
tively bullish without Rttrartine an out-
Fide demand for securities, while efforts
by professional traders bo induce liqui
dation meet with little success. Prices
fluctuate within narrow limits on light
transactions, with the larger part of the
business confln*xl to a few stocks, chiefly
thr Harriman shares. R^adinß and the
metal issues. Although the tendency of
the iron and steel industry has been
downward sine* the beginning of the
year, the fact has not impressed itself
upon speculative interests until the pres
ent time, and it Is owingr to this sudden
realization of the situation in the trade
that speculative interests have (crown
somewhat more bearish in recent days.
Conditions in iron and steel have shown
no change in the last two weeks, and the
outlook is mow in favor of the develop
ment of a Ptronger market for metal
products than for demoralization, par
ticularly as there i* no underlying weak
mam in the industry; but in view of th«
absence of an active public participation
in the stock market and of prevailing
uncertainties, the importance of which
is overestimated, It is not unlikely that
the dulness In iron and steel will be
called upon tow help speculators short of
stocks cover their contracts at lower
prices
Judge Gary said In an interview last
■week: "Underlying conditions of busi
ness are pood. The steel and iron busi
ness at this season is always more or
less dull, as Is to be expected, but iron
and steel manufacturers have no reason
to complain. For six months prior to
March of this year we were booking or
ders about 50 per cent in excess of full
capacity. That could not keep on in
definitely or we would have been
swamped, and when a lull in business
comes there is always a falling off in or
ders received. We have generally three
to four months' orders ahead on our
books, and if we booked only half of our
capacity daily it would take a long time
to catch up with orders." Judge Gary,
as head of the United States Steel Cor
poration, is in a better position to an
alyze the iron and steel trade situation,
and the fact that be la optimistic over
the future of the trade and of general
business in the United States ought to
cause Improvement in Wall Street's
ideas over the outlook for the main
tenance of dividends on representative
steel securities. In the first three quar
ters of the current year, September earn
ings estimated, the net income of the
United States Steel Corporation ahead
of all charges and dividends has av
eraged close to SJS.OOO.OOO for each
quarter, and even if in the last quarter
of the year net earnings should amount
to only #50.000.000. the concern would
still show for 1910 more than 13 per
cent earned on its common stock.
In the opinion of many conservative
observers uneasiness over national poli
tics has been overdone in' Wall Street;
likewise uneasiness over the railroad
rate situation, and various other so
called uncertainties. The attitude, of the
administration does not .suggest that
honestly conducted corporations will be
disturbed, or thai business in general
•will be interfered with. Certain new
conditions have developed in thia coun
try, and the business community is be
pinning to adjust Itself to the change
which, in the end, should enhance the
actual value of American investment is
sues and make them more attractive to
foreign buyers, who undoubtedly will
come into this market as won as they
are convinced that the government's
policy as alßMtins < ori*oratlons is based
on protection for ti"- investor. Any
regulation that safeguards the interest
.• ■ the holders of American secnrttlea
must necessarily tend to strengthen the
g«iieraJ business situation. The regula
tion of railroad rat.? does not Involve a
principle- of cutting off reasonable profits,
-in ,l Hi'- Mm lK.ld in sonic, quarters mi
the federal government f^oks to pare,
down railroad earnings to an extent that
will permit of extremely small dividends
on capital stock la not well rounded,
People who hold this view and who
have idle funds on hand would better
go into the bond market, where the gov
ernment, at least, will not interfere with
interest rates Hie market for mort
gage securities offers rare opportunities
for Investors. Dealings in bonds last
v...1. showed a marked Increase over
i he light operations of the week before,
and from the character of the business
on the BU>" Exchange and over the
counter there Is reason to assume that
a much better demand for this class of
investments may be looked for.
A more «ontidcnt tone is reported in
business circles outside of Wall Street,
and an increased inquiry for money from
mercantile sources is expected. The
local lir-.?iks are still strongly intrenched
li reserve and cash supplies, but the
tendency of 'o:in quotations appears to
be in she direction of ■< higher level,
both for <h'l and time, funds. Call
inonry .-njvuiieod last week, due, in part,
to the interior withdrawals of currency
from tliin centre and to the. idea of rv
«<ntly unexpected demands upon the
bunks In connection with the financing
of cotton export-*. l»ndon banker*- have
refused to accept American cotton bills
<:f iM'ilnc without an American bank
guarantee, which our banks rightly rc
t\zw to give, but as we have the cotton
and Europe must have the staple, the
attitude <■' the foreign bankers is not
likely to cause anything more than tetn
jxirary embarrassment here In the event
of our bunks being compelled to do the
iii'i'.iiciiis. Last year our cotton exports
amounted In value t-. $4G0.0U3.293. It
is more than likely tliat in the current
cotton year the value of cotton ship
jiiems will be even greater, and whether
or not London financial interests refuse
to accept our cotton bills the cotton will
be paid for juet tuo same.
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
San Francisco. Sept. U. — otli' elaa
ijjjf ajiiatatioißi for mining stocks yesterday
were as fullov.-.-.:
Alia 10; Julia "7
Alpha Con «l. luati IO
Anwi-i.'i 14] Kentucky Con . 12 •
Ut y-tw-f &} I* Wash Con <iT>
Be« 4i Balcber 3T»j Mexican 1.10
juiilicn . HM->cc!<lental Ccn *0
CaWonia 30|Opbir 1.17H
Challenge Con •£>] Overman r><>
Chollar l.'.j I'olosl t!V
t\,ziG<irncx- •.. Havip? an
r.,r. «"al & V* l.ir, Sa«t EjUhT IT.
Con Imperial <«! Sierra Nevada. W
Ciuwn Hi-lit 7<»i I'nion • ' in rtll
GomM & Curry 15 i;tah «"<m "7
Ha2e *. Km naaa .. 27, Ve!!<nr Jacket CO
NEW-YORK T)\i!,v TRIBUNE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I___^_
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
" j j I Fin l l
! Fair*. Bonds. ' HighjUow. ,S^|.t ; Net
j f-IT.-|chn
j Sli-KtaTjapaMrM r.« .. P4'j :h\; {m\ ~Vi
*f"» do I'd. K*\ t»3»» M*« ■+• -4
.yfX>i flo 4s M>' 4 Bl>Vi ski,, _
II.NNi Arg»ntlim 5a J>7 P7 1»7 +«*
HxioO n*p of Cuba C>«.. 102Hlt<'2 HI2
lOOOOISao Pniiln ft? V, 91 !»T +1
6000 V Sof Mej ."Vh... 97 P" 07 + U
1000 do 4s {MS 04% i»4f, +■,
2000.1 n v Canal 4s iO4V» lt'3 7 « 104 +1S
2T«X» \ H «5 liof.l <"t(V. 4*3 i 4.% 4.'.', -4-4Vs
49000 N V C 4t-s IfC.7. 106»- t 106« l lOM ■
11(00091 d> New.' ... 108'u lOfJa. 1"H , + H
1000 do IPI7 New... 102«4 1024 lO2U —>k
I3«ftn-t do 4'*s 100-;:100-,jl00-, -
10"0 ,i.. 4F4 F 1857 ps%t 9?*4 OS»i -i- »*
14000 do IMS. 08-3 96*4 &S»i + '»
67000 d-j IW>?> . J>o 9*l, WJ-i — S
• WJO •1" IMS Reg... 97 97 I fl7 It It
12<Vti> Allls-Chal fie 7»H 7* 76 1 — %
. (***}[ Am Ap Chem 65.. 101 : * 101 HUH +Vi
4304io;Ani Cot OH *' ? s.. PR CKS M |- h
.15000 Am H * L €a... P3ij P3U 931*14- H
21CXXVI Am T&■ T Cvt 4s 100»» 100 I<«>*» -I- l 4l 4
SUOOI do Col 4» .. . PI B»^i 90 + H
20f»0,Ani Thread 4- 66 Sf> J^P (— 1
115000 Am Totacoo ««.. 106 105 lOTaj — U
434000' do 4s fiOVi 794 bO'i + '%
70000 1 Armour «4« 034 W4 &2»» —
2000 AT& 8 F AdJ 4s PO&j, 90 90H - - s » 1
1 1390fV> do Stpd Pl'.i POij »H4 +l*i
♦WOiX* do Gen 4? 99 a 4]a 4] PS 7 +-%
2KKX> do Convt 05.... 109 108 10»»* — ««»
2.V100 <Jo Convt 4?- 10« 10« 106
26000J do TSL 4s 93 P2 93 4- J*
19000 At Coast 4* . - 94^ 939* P4H + *»
83000 do LA 4*.. P2V 92 P2»i +l»i
2S<vk>-b & O Gold 4* . 99 i 9S*» 99 -4- %
14000 do PLE&WV 4s 91 90 91 4- s >
70OA do Prior 345... 92*4 92>4! P2 ! i — *
SOOO do Pwn S'ss.... POV4! 90-*! PC* —>*
3000 Beth 6te*l fts .. 84 84 i 64 — 4
• 157<>y» BVln Rap Tr 4n.. f2»i SIT 4 W%!+ V
MOO do 6s JO2^!lO2ii 102*4. +171 7
ioi»j Bkln Un El Ut.. lf>o** ! 100S ltiOflfc,— H
2(«00 do Btpd 100^110034 100^1+ ij
*«r>o Cal Gas &Xl ft» 91 V» 91 91%
1090 Can So Ist Ext 6a 104 104 104 +%i
9000 Cent Br By *»■■. 614 91^ OtHl— 4
MOO C of Ga Con 55. . 106', lOft'-a 1O»JU, ; + -,
-5000 do 1« 1nc .... 87L,; 87^ 87', fIU
6630CN» do 2d In 1 574 82 '4> S7H +"V»
9091} do rtfs Stpd... WV»i fWi SB* •*>'•♦
•Worm do 3d Inc S« :83 S6 „ -{-•»
11SO<>, do Stpd. g« j M fitf 4 5
10200o<r»nt leather Ps.. PB»4i »«»4 PS^ 4- ] i
KOOOJCent Pa. «td 4r. 7 »i 9f>i 4 P«' 4- >V,
264000 C *. O Cn\-t 4\iß. »2Vi »1"* P2>« 4- 1»
lOlOix) do Gen 414s 101^ 100% 101 Ms +1
1000 1 do Con 6b 111!* HI 1 * 11114 — %
10000 do Fund 5s 104 IC4 104 4- >,*
3000 do R&A3d4s 191 91 91 ■+■ '.*
7000 1 Chlo & Alt SVb*.. «♦ 69 «9
1000 CAS W Peb 19.33 109 109 109 —1
MOO do Gen 3Vis *»»*» BS>i SSVi - —
10000 C & W I Con 4*. »Vi 91H 914 + %
8000 C G L, & C Ist 5a 104>.g 1044 104U 4-I4
22000; CB & Q G«n 4s. . »~\\ 97H 97*1
203000 do Joint 4s 96Vi 95% 961* 4- H
20«"0 do Re S 9t> ] 95*; 96 4- %
1000 do Deb 5b IOU4 lOl^lOlH — —
10000 do 111 Dlv 45... 99' i, Pi» „ 99«g 4- %
211600 Chic Gt West 4». . Bt^t 85% BftS 4- %
1000 1 C I& L Ret 6b.. 124H'124^ 124% — IT4
15000 do Gtd 4b 05 j&5 95 —2
100(10 C M&St P 4s 1934 924 92>4 92H 4- %
7000 ' <3o Gen 4s A... 994 99 994 — %
6000 ! do C&P Wss 106-. 106U lOflfe —Vt
82000 CItI & P Gen 4s 97 I 95% 97 4/ %
180IKI0! do Ref 4f 90 89 «*?* + %
572000 do It K4s 74UJ 72*; 74 +1%
3000 C C C&StL. Gen 4s 92* si 91.'% 92%
1000 1 do St L, Div Ist 92M, «2Vj 92% 4-2*4
7000 Co: &So Ist 45.. (90 95.i 96 +1
75000 i do Ref&Ext 445; 86% 96 96% 4- 'i
28000 Col Ind lin 7«4 75V» 76*4-1-.%
40f»0 Col Mid Ist 48...! 70 691* 70 +1
HMOOB Tob 4s 8-1 79 180 !4-l a i
(MMO Del 4: H Ref 45.. 98*4 9RJJ 954 — %
11000 do Convt 4s 97% 97% 97% — '*>
i 28000 D& H G Rtf ss! 91»i 91 91% 4- %
j 4<*^>^r»it«t Sec Cor 5b.. [ 69U 69 69%
i S4OOO Erie Ist Con 4a.. 83«* 82% 88% +1
; 22000 do Gen 4* 724 72 72 4- %
48000 do Convt 4s A.. 704 «> T i 70 + 1
139000 do B ' 68% «4V± 65 — —
aOOOJE & P Gtd B>..s B 91 91 191 —1
w.xi O*n Elec Deb ss. 188 IS* 1138 + '*
5000 Green Bay Deb B! 13 13 I 13 — »*
1 13&XV»!Hock Val Ist 4%a I<>24 101 1024 +**
2Oo<>'Housatonlc C 5.... 112W 112% 1124—34
KKKtllll Cent 4<! IHT,.'{.. Kg 98>i 9S>-i +1
om)<'l do Ref 48 97 96% 1 96 T * +'i
1555000 Int-Met 44s 81% 79 81% +2 s i
BlOOO'lnt R T 6s 'lOlVlOO^flOlU 4- 4
JWOOOI do a* i"i 100% 101 4- *i
16000 Int &G X -M. Ctf* 1074 10« 106% — 4
:«XK»lnt Xav 5s 78 '78 78
13000!Int Pa-per «» jlOOVi ; 100 100% Jr^i
2000 do 5h ! 84U s*v» 84U + 1 *
6000 Int Steam P 55..l 92 192 92 |
lOOoilou-a Cent Ist Bs.jlOa 103 103 |
:i9OtX>!K C F S & M 4s. 77»i ! 77?* 77% i
100<Xi ! Kan City So 5e.. 101 1 101 101 ——
ROGO do 3s i7B 73 7.", +4
300,1 X Co El 4a Stpd 81 . 81 '81 +1
l«00 KCoEI- 4r «s 112 112 112 -
1000 Knox & O Ist... 114 114 114 — %
3000 l^cka Stl 5? 1915. 924 92U_ 924 +2
i<«h. I^c Gas Ist 6a.. 1101% 1 10141101% ■+• *»
11000 L. S &■ M S Deb 4s' 934 93^. 88% + 4
S9i>X> do 4s 1931 ' 88% 9X] 93
5000 do 3%a Reg 88% 88% 88% •
2000 L. I Gen 4s ! 93 ' 93 ■ 88 —3
1000 I>ou &• Jeff Bdp 4s 90% 90% 90% 4- %
60000 ■ L. & N Unlf «■.. 97* 974 97-» 4 4- $*
0000 Man Con 4s ' 96% 96% 96% 4- \
1000 do Stpd 98 M 98 4-14
7«XX»! Marine 44$ 03% l t^! 1 * 63% +■.
9000 MEtßyGen .'.? Ctfs 73 73 !73 —5%
7.., N't Mich Cent Con 4s 1 99 98 M
3000:MStP&:?SMlHtCn43 f»T4 97% 974 — 4
3000' Mo X & T Ist 4s f'7^- 978*' 97*4 ■-•- '*
Jtonoi ,1- 2d I 834 88% 1 834 4- 4
2000 do Kef 4? 80 i SO IM) +11 2
180"0' do S V 4%a.... «rt ' 86 j 86 4 v »
10000 ! do Ext 6s 1014 101% 1 101% + %
2SOOO Mo Pa,- Cnvt 6a. 193 92% 92%—%
MOO I do Col 5s 100% 100% 100% + '•
l<KXi do Ist Con 65.. MS 108 IMS
V!C^\\ rio 4a ; 78 ' 78 ' 78 — —
2000iMob & '.» Ext 6b. 114% 114% 114% —2 ,
3000 Uor &■ Es Con 7a. ! 11241 1124(1 124 — —
1000 Ho Ta.- Trust 5«. 100% 100% 100%)+ J i
3000 : Xaa Elec X R 4a. 77 704 T6% — —
ifiool.v r. R of M 4%«1M»% 100%|100% —I*4
S2OOOIS Rvi« of M 44b! 95 ! 5C> ] 95 •-- 4
1<K»0! do Gen 1- .. I B>4 88% 88% + s -
K>OO!N C&St T. Ist 7s 107 107 1"7 —4
5000 N T Air Brake 68'102%j102H 102% + 4
I4OOOIN T <' Gen 345..! 88% 88% 88% + T4T 4
1 2000 1 do r»«b 19r:4 — ! !V.«b 95% 96% -J- J4
85000 do t. 5...15 ...1 3Usi 81% W% M%H U
2f*)o do Ut'K !T» 79 179 i±.l
3000 v V a Putnam Is 95% 1 95%! 96H «
38000IKTG&B 1JI&P 6«ilOO% 100% 100% + U
22000 do 4s ■ *•*'„ 1 83^ 54% ,*
r.3000 XT SU&H D* 68J134 13»^i}1^5l+- >
lOL-000l do nvt 3%a. .!100%j :«"■. r 99%]4 'i
♦;«.oi-io N V Tel i ! -= I 97% '■''': 97 - + :*
. 9000 N6 W Con "•♦«... i •■•'*"- '*'•- rts '- t 4
5301*0 do Convt 4.« 99% ' lS: -i 93 - '■,
f>ft(>Oi do T>iv 4s . I 82% 1 924* "24 4-4
2.VH">OI do P C & C 4«- 884 86%] 88% 4-«*4
4Mioo!North Par G«n 3si 71%! "n\ 71%. — '»
aioool do Rfp !70169'■ 70 1 ;
18000 no Prior 45.... 1 101 I l<ws» ! lOfta, — U
7OOo! do X"C I " S V ft<il * B§H~-
COOOOra R& S Con 4s i >.«'. I 95% 9». + '?
r«000lOr* Bh L Ist 6s. 1114 114 114 f%
SOOO do l«t Con .".-.. 110% [110% •''«
-3ft(V> do Gtd Kef 4:- .1 93 ' P2^i i 0.". + '.&.
aOOOIPac Coast Ist .>. Kt4«;!lO4U';l 4141—4 1 4l— -
31000 Pac T & T ;.5....| P«H': 9«% 96% 4- ">
■•::(««. P«in Convt 3%5.. I 99 i PR-* PS% — J4
SHif.T do 3»»b 1915... 1 9»'. ! or.'i 96 +%
8000 do! l»16 '97 '< ™ ' r » 7 -11 4 '
164000 do In 1948 1«2% 101% 102 ;-—
10000 do 'ltd 4p 1906.! 97 196 i 97 +1
[,100 P <- f. C'• Kef 5s 1 101 V.. 101 4 1 101 4' +3 .
Mioirp & p'fn 2d «4«l 90% 90% 90% 10*
.:,wi Phlla Co Cnvt fts.ilOO '** in«» — —
71OcV) Readinp <;<=>' 4p.1 98% 97"i 9"'< + *»
.>n>i ?: I vi, 4'vs Ctfal 84 1«4 194 -•*
1000 nocli & p Con 6b 11163-4 116% 11631 + 4
anOOti'Stl. I M&S Gen 1"7 l« I<^7 107%H 4
13000 do Ref 4s. ... 184 IM. I M -
11000 do RA- -i 4«... : 854 «Vi 85% — %
41<«X)tptIASFRRGfn .'* 1 87«4 86% 87% + ;•
150000 do Kef 4- 81*4 SOU, 81% T \
16000 St I- Bwn Ist 4-.. '91 90% 91 • +1%
1000 : do Con 4« 7." 1 : « 4; <57«|'
IOOO|BtFM4MDa*Ext6B 100% 1O»% lflO^ --■—
' 22000! s A* a P 4h...: 85 ' h - • ',"
230H0 r-^al. A T. AdJ 6a. 70^ JO ; 70 A— U
1000 1 do Ref .'« ... 98% R9Jj 22& +*f
1000 do Gold 4s Ftpd 82% 824 MH — %
27000 So Pa- CI Tr 4s. 91 M% 91 I- £
134000 .1. l-t Ref 4a.. J 95 !94 M 4«4
-..4000 ■ do Convt 4k....! 974! 97 97-. +L%
fMOOOJSoath Ry 1"' 5». lOfiVs'lrt/S 1^414 1
199000' do On 4s j 7Mt i 4 : 75% +1%
1O0f>! do Mft O Col 4a 86 ,*• 86 — 4
2000 do St 1. Olv 4r.; ST. >8S ( *•• Ml
; r JiT C I A- X R 6».10+ HOi (104 I— U
7000 ' do Ten 65.... 104 1 10* 1 104 I ■
ITnAl TnA ran Ist 6e Ma%!lfl»% 1«»%
SSSS i& «tpd con . 4s i 8.1 St H +?5
•5000 URR of PH. 67 167 167 -3
S»7O0OlUn« Wee I. 445. S» »« -," 1?
37000 Unton Pao'lst 4s. lim |ioo?ijioi 1+ W
mwoo do i«t R«9f «*vj «SJ» .22 L?S., —
1338000 do Convt 4«. v:: I^«4 102 10% _ -
2000 I" sU 6 imp .->-; 87 187 «7 lr ,
Momr Rubbir «■.'««*;«£* iJ2» "**
323000 'tr B h-'^' 1 S r .V". I^'f, WB T i I|k*1 |k *
VMlO! do Reir l rt * ilO'^ll* 1 ' +■ *t
14000 V&c2£ rI«r I« ssj 00J4] 904; |^4 44
J7OOO \l-abarti Ist 5-^. -. 1«»£ »«». 10». j^H
M4OOU doßrf"fc"^t 4. «4 J63 j '_-,• %
S<w»' do Omaha R4s. 77 . << ii,,iT? /J
1000 Wab P T 1--1 Cifsl 3.V, 84% as%J+l
MOO do 2<l •"• •' ;' r__
15000! do • ••• J * /'..] I* ;- —
1 47000 WeM Md-4s ' *>•• S41 *; £"^)+ ,?
"vim |\l»tlneh .- F ss. I 89% » 89% • 4
w.oo;Wert Bhope «».... H.P. 101% lOljZ -- - ?
OT'wrn com' «a AjlOl* 101% 101% + %
MOO do F&- R B.V. 9J 94 !P4 — —
y,f^lX\-&L.E Ist '"on 4« M 804; S J +^
MOOOIVia '>r,t G^n 4*. I"4 82V P4 I+ X
210001 do S fc T» T 4s! 94 1J»24. j>* Jj^ 3^
.511,?ll,O0O Total sales lot th« •wffc.
WEEKLY CURB TRANSACTIONS.
STOCKS.
INDURTRIAij'.
eaU .«. llitfi UIMI !.'■• Chanifjs.
521 Arii Tobacco.,4ls M 3 4.V. r . + •_,
13. 000 Inter Rubber. . 32 2^^^ »% - V*
B7«f> J«miar>- 0i1... 30 '9 19 —He
<>9 Btandard nil-60') MB "■'
MINING.
11.7.V. Brit Col Cop 6 5 ■'•'« 4- **
r«io Brad« ■' t « 3% 34 -4- -Mi
000 ChJno ■ IT% 16% 164 4- 1U
32ia00 >„!,.•;■ Central a 8 8
r>.400 C<,n Ariz Bm.. - 1 2 2 ~
7. r i. <«•<•» Xiv Central. » _•« • • -+• Hi
r..«>o Ely Con 27 -. -ft — -
200 1:1 Itoyo 33 r * ■'■:* sH — 4
725 First Notional 4 B*4 8« —
6.000 (;i>r,uj ...... 7% 6% <: - 4- 4
700 Gold Hill '• * '■% —
MO Gr-Cananea . . 7 ••"« 6*4 — l i
2. 190 Inspiration .. B'i 7;* 7". — -
0.2J10 Kerr Lake. ... <• . «J6 «l 4 — %
MO l-a Iloen 4 *2 .: a 4
4.M»0 Miami . 10 I* 1 ? II 1 ' - — '-.
3 3<»> Nev-Utaii X "w "* 4- '■*
.<■•,(. Nlplsslng .... 11 '•• 1"- 11% 4 'i
«,4.Vl Ohio '"• '*" '*«
12.<t00 Ray CVntral.. 2% '-■» 2'» 4- '»
7 .VO Tt»v Con I»>4 17 4 IS
61.M<0 Rawhide C'l'n It 11 13 +24c
4 7.V> I'nlon Mine*.. l' - II 1 * !'i
■^•firt I'nlted <"oP!>er *'* 4 "i 444 4 — 'i
2. TV) Yukon C01d... 4 -■;T.; T . 4 . f 'i
BONDS
#4},*HW A<iJrrt' Exp 4r 90' i M !tfl
IWJ.O.M West I'ac 3a. Vi JC?i |H;« +. 1
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Following is the usual Übi« giving the number of shares vt all ,": •' "' m ai
lasl week, together with the hlgnest, lowest and final prices of '"• ; .'.i,.,,,,, oi
prices at a woek ago, and the closing Drtcea of Beptei r •. K'A U>« nc« !v. ,;n..
tlio wc-pk, and the high and low iirlces in the year u>v. and th» IHb" •••"
in the year U>0!»: . __ -TTiS HI(K4
_^ p f Sept. l.V^t'l bale's Kept. 17| Sept. I Ilange 19H» •| I 1 .*?il?!'i 1^ w '.>
aaarea I lb. iHljrli-IL.^v-1 lUIU. , 1... Net | lUs , h i t>>j «. 8 t I r^t.
gold. •-:■ . |_est 1 cst . I Final. 1 IMP, change. [j*±_ |'— U. IJiir. ± „
23:.JAIH»-Chalmer» .... I'-Si B«4| SSil -. M*l — 5 J J^. I .J'" 1 ! 37^ ;;» *
Bl» do preferred I M i 80% 1 *> , to ( 31—1 __ :.',,' j»:.'! «T.
67.400Umal Copper WT» «4»* «i «3'ai ••■.-J'.i — U i">* *** | V J* 331^
ZOUOiAm Agr Chemical... 47 40 , 44 44'., i ;l.:; l.: „ .1 g T", 4i>i. . -jip*
• ,W.»»|Ani Beet Sucar 4G',i 87V 3<5 H7 | C7M — »* I ♦•'-* -7 M ' s,^'
100 do preferred....... {l^l W ! <>4 ;•* , •.'!•». + Is i ;\'- s b-« ' „,• W*
I. <•!■■, Amorfcan <iin lU^I %' •'•»' » I ''-> + '• ; 13;* l *• » io •
1.506 do preferred — 69 67» >— I •■* , .., { ,_ i «,« ', 7H-
I do ex div 1% re. 52 ffu «•; . ««'*! — 1 + 1 .£.V») ... t
1. 7 10 Am Car & Foundry 70 4«S *»_l| *• J «> . | — * «-:» f; •* .1?? „,,-.,
*00 do preferred 118% 113 V. IIOS 110% lIW -t- % I__ '™ *'. _.; i
2.050 lAm Cotton OU 74<J 63 «l 4- « I # «2 — — •* *- * «,;,* p.
100, do preferred | H>2 , 102", If3>» 102*1101 , +1% i »•_ I «'l. M,,' ' r.t 4
400 Am Hide & Leather PH 4's ♦ J <> — ,1' .!!* ,^ iYii 34
8.200! do preferred 49*4 22',j IB ;21 1 2f?» — IT. 47!» H» ■"* v
*» Am Ice Securities... 28H 10\ 18% lVki JMs .»U »»•* £", 12
2.3(10 Am Lln»>ed ........ 194 13-fi,. 11 iV* 1? —7. ]'*♦ 4 T , 4 ->
l.« 00 do pr-ferr-d 43U 35", CO S2 I __ —3 4b% 2-4 4J * «
880 An Locomotive |61 ,' 87% JMa «>} ,fg* +>JJ« -??• .* £• 4'4 ' i <V '»
210 do preferred. 117 106 105 |KM » IJWj +-% "•• I' : - X " ; ?S
«0 Am Malt prof. L 59 fIH S"'» 304 Sl'i —,> ,4, 4 w ;'
M.OTO Am Smelting 100 68% ci «■>-;» W\ ~«• I'>J.. *»J» ffitji*
000 do pref «i d ij& H2Tj 102 101 101 j 103H - - .* ll>i OSU m-* igi
380 do pnef»rr«d B. .? 01.* 85% M 85* 84% + % _•» gj _■
100 Am Snuff pref 102 101 101 101 , lOUfe +Vi 101 g* »J* 4T
101 Am Steel Foundry.. 614 43<4, 43^ 43»fc 43 . -r_>» 56 o»l «^» p..*p ..*
1.900. American Sugar 133 110 116 i« 117 117 J .—— - 127^ IW4 l^i i^ »
4.100 Am Tel & Til 142\ 13-V^, 134-, 135 ( 134% 4- % MKfc !•#*• 14 "-» I'to>1 ' to>
545 Am Tobago pref... — 94 034 — M *! . „<„, onj, 104 fioii
do ex div VA%... 101 I Wi 924 »24 I— . i +** "* S2« -;4
POO Am Woolen ........ S9Vi 2-i»4 274 27^1 2.5», — % Sl*',-, »M» ♦ -, -•>
1.000 do preferred. 106\ 88% 95 i »5 Vt*i + 4 I°< MJj Mil 37»! ,
2. 2.X) Anaconda 4SH *> 3SH 38* 3«% — H ?* j f34 $44
2&.500 Atchlson 12Q»i P^i 9«H »BVi •_? + H J;!? ft? 1 * te ic-V' |
1,000 do preferred 105 100 69* i 100 90* +'> ( >*.:*. % » 1f.74
MOAtl Coast Line. - US* 111% 10W 4 I«>^ »g t}% '^ JJ^ 4 iffil {„'■<.
16.050 Baltimore * 0hi0... 11? 1054 1<»14 lO4^I 103 +1 * 11P4 IWU I-,* »J»g
2.700 Bethlehem St-*1.... 85% 234 Or. 274 «• 4-14 "? -* £> ir*
1.400 do preferred 67 M .V? Bt» $74 +14 « _» _J£ T
22.164 Bklyn BapW TranMt ,V»% 7r^i 7391 754 «3fc +2 >» **•» c* «
Brooklyn Union Gas 140 134 133 — ISJ __ ] j,,^ „s
- do ex div 14 PC. — 133 133 133 - +24 1M 5 1-^ J ?.], *,|
2WBrun 3 nic k 19*4 © » »„ «?* + U «'.« _| ri ' A^r,
100 Batterick Company., 80% 2f>4 204 »**» 29 + -^ 52 2L ■„', 4 ..
CO Canadian Southern.. «S\; 65 65 «w :«0% T, ,Acf i?Sw :»» 165*
10.078 (Canadian Paciflo £4% 19iv t mV< 18»H l«»H + J* "^* "gj 5% J ••.-•,■
5.355 1 Central lif-ather 45 344 32*, ?-3 32** _ * «% *; ,* •»»% g?
160 do pr ex dlv 1%%: M 0 1014 1044 lO4_ 105% + 1 »_»» 11 l * "},'. „-,,;
34.1W* Chesapeake & Ohio. S2»; 75ii 7^4 *•% 72 -r a* »- ••' -» 74% 57%
WO Chicago * A1t0n...: £% 27H 27>i __ »_ — 3 _, !^r* r-J* i2^ r .r!
2.858 Chic Great Western. — 234 22% 22S 22% — * ••« «; fjj »S
1.520 do preferred — 4«% 454 464 444 _ f _, «44 4O ,£> ,41 "> i
2n.ftH.|Chlc Mil &St P.... l«4*j, 1224 llS'i 120>* IMS +*% «S£ 113?* i£f* s?vi_
1.100 do preferred 180% 14<M4 143% 145 144 +1 1--* »*•» ]*' 1731?
1250 Chic & Northwest. • 105 1454 143? i 143*; 144 —V* »«% 13' l» r 1 »♦*»
100 c c c » st l - K» w w i««» , —1 ijr* •• H: V
1.4(-0 Col Fuel & Iron ! 46% 80S 3" »> 2JWi _ _ __ --4 J" *' T .
900 Col & Southern KM 61 62% «« HbV + * •• 2" 7«2
100 do Ist preferred... S2Vi 72 12 72 72 — W •" "J ol ,»
300 Col & Hock C & 1.. 77 34 3 3 4 —1 f>-4 •> «"* jj»
18.210 Consolidatej Gas.... 14fi»i 131% 129 130<i 12ft»i + % l«0H 1224 1^ ij*^
1.775 Corn Products 1 *:: 22% 144 as 14 13% 4-4 g- III? g» 73.;
SOO do preferred J^rt'i 75% 734 73<» 7*4 —1 £«?« S? AY*
200 Comstock Tunnel 23 .27 .25 .25 .^ •"» •-= "Si ' 4
sSsSS^iasl S S8 1 a, g t ? «• 1 ?s 1
3.800 Dlstillin(c Securities. 3S 2S 204 27V» 2».^ -r J* &•%. -^4 41^ jj-a
150 Duluth SS& At pr. 20% 214 214 214 1} 4- % 34=. I. -64 W
100 Dul Sup Tr pref.... — M>H S* S'* ~~ 2 4i« lou "^S
7.720 Erie 35U 2f»H 25 25 254 — % 34", W4 •» — Jj
1,100 do 2d preferred.... R3 44 43 4S 43 — — M\ »•„' 4 S"
500 Evans &THx d 5% 60 O> g «? ,«> j" 5 ™ -55^ ,^ pQU
ja-M-ifaa-C:: » i^^ %&& _J 0^ gg 41%4 1% 3
Ssafafe^ w?a-t sp *ii sa gss
88agr&SaM kS: 1% S iff +1 %, Sj & i 3T 5
10-:^ In do r man :. is a & a & | f a a a gs
4 725 InteTßat'l Harvester, 90% 9894 M T i f»74 «JJ4 4- 2 125;, 83H M_4 «-.
825 International Taper.. 17% 104 10 10 94 -f- '4 Jf- 9 10U Jfy
«72 do referred C 7% 4S 46 47 444 +.2% «14 41«S K^« 4.*
I.2ft>lnt Steam Pump.... 48* i 44«; 39«4 _ m Ia i . M V, 3W* » 3-5 4
7.X. do preferred 91 ' iW» 8114 83H 81- 4- 2% 90*4 WH W* «4
1.1100 lowa Central :;<> 1«T» M% 1«% 17% —% , JO- £• ;;': 26%
1.580 do prefen-ed 52% 80% 2£4 »% 30% —1 __ g « _
700 Ivan City Southern.. 47U 29% 28% 284 2!> —»i 44»i 23 «0* 37j
200 do preferred 72? i«3 «2'i C2U «2'i 71 5S 7-4 «.-,>.
330 KCn Si M P^f — 75% '5>4 — 74% cara <-r ft» '4
do ex dlv 1 n c... 82 71 71 71 — — 2»i SO f,R ?, .4
200 ICeokuk &D M pref -A UAi 41 —1 & gi 48 I
2.1W Laclede Cas — 100?; S9Vi 100% 96J4 4- 1>; lib ? M-,4 11.V-, 104
1,015 lionK Inland a O>4 & 69' i S«4U ti 70% &■. 1 « ra
2.300 Lo U i B vllle & Nashv. 154<i 144 141>J 143 141 + 2 li»0-% 1314 1C24 1?1
300 Mackay Cos x d IU% &iU 00 I 8M §?* S°* +,% , 01 , -i , 25** I2u
100 do preferred 74% 78% 1 734 73% 75 —1% ! 78»i .1 , •• - C»
1.000; Manhattan Elevated. -- 131 131 ; — 131 I . „.
do ex div 1% pc. 143 134 122 134 — . +4% I 139 , 123 . IKH* »37
2.100 Marine pr_..T 22% 16 14% 15% 16 -_ j 24 », 27% 1S«
700 Minn _St Louis... 53 24% 234 g% 24' » —•% ' _»% 23 K. „1 :
3.330 Minn Si P& 8 M. 145% 133 l:sOVi 1324 127% 4- « 145 114 ■ 1494 ';:-'•
290 do preferred 182 147 14.". 147 147% -- % ■}*&& 144 164% 14.
200 do Leased IJnes... 92 ; 88% SS'i 6SJJ 87% _1 88% 86« 94 »
3.200 Mo Kan & Texas. .. 41« i It 4 30% i* 305.. _»3 vie 27 -04 3K5
400 do preferred 75% 63 6Ui 03 r,l«, + is s .45, o. 7SJ4 Tl
0.1(X» Missouri Pacific .... 72^ 53TS 50 52 r>24 — '.a '" » 1 ,51 ,^A V -" o%i
1,2001 National Biscuit.... 112 1144 "3 » 4 ",». +'. "-.' \™. \3* ,?«•*
12f» do preferred 1274 120 tl^O 120 1214 —J4 325] "»% 130 "«g
550 Nat Enameling &S. 21 1 4 15 14 14 15U —14 284 14 3«i l-; ?
"51S Vational lead Po*i 52U 50 51 51'ij — Ug SO", 4R4 94 .!'♦
-r.; do preferred./.:". 11l 104. 104 1W 1«34 110% 101*; 113% 102%
Nat Rya of Mcx pr. 60 a a 70U a 4- 3% 704 sJ aJ s
7.200 do 2d preferred... 24% .".24 31% 32 31% 4- ~ n \ ?,2% 234 2C»i 21
5.710 Nevada t^on Copper 1 — j 20% 20% — , 30% , I
do ex div 34 Pc. — 20U 2o 20^ — 4. \i 2JSI 17' i — —
100 V V Air Brake 92 73 73 73 71 j 4- 2 954 59 97'; SO
111™ New York Cent rkV.. 3374 IMS "1 "2* "£4 -»£ »g J0&« 147g l=0»4
248! NVNII &II subs. — 14r,?i 14^ HB, 14«4 — H 151 143 1424 113*4
1.700 N V Ont & West... 49 41 i 39*; 40% 89% + 1", •■ 3SJS 65% »_• *
4.2101 Norfolk .<:• Western. 95 97% 06 86% M , - 4 108% 88% 102 84%
1.540 North American ... — 67% «5H —CO ,
do ex div Hi t> c 83 64", 63% «4-, I — — - ! 64 t 63 1 87% 72
27.475 Northern PaciflJ!.!. 158 116% 111% 113% 11«« - % 145% 111H 1594 ISP*
2.100 Pacific Mail 84% 2s^ 2741 27% j 27% - V« ttU 22-»j 4»S -.i,
35.150 Pennsylvania R 11. . 145% I^!' 7 - 127-i 12>««! 128^ l_l% 122«4 151% 1£ ?
100 Peorla & Eastern... —118 j 18 IS 19 — 1 28 IS 2H 234
3.500 People's Gas & Coke. 116% 107% 106% 1"7';, 106J4 -1% 11«% : «» | 12J» 101%
200 P O C'& St 1 ' 90% M 94 94 f.2"i 4-l!i I"*.', 90 ! 98% (WPi
finf»lPittsburK Coal 22% 17 17 I U-V ClO ; : 4- 1 27% 13 £9% 1"
TOO do preferred i 60% «*.i «i;% <'•.'!:; 67 [ + 4 I 86 HO% H7«j 4«>
47<ii Pressed Steel Car... .V». 4 34% :O?4 »4 M . , 51% -•"• , •"• r - 3O«i
IHS do preferred ( 107 98% 93% 98* '■'"■ J '« I( >"'i :•" ? *»% »«
612 Pullman Palace Car 194 ! 161% 3«1'; 161« Ifln ! f- 1% I 2°" 1 155 ; 2f« l»;r>
150 QulcksUv«r :..! « 2'i 2U; 2'i! 2U I .r, 2'i 9'; 1»i
100 do preferred i 7V 3 3 | S "«i — '. , .V,! •_•-.! 1" ; r.
300 R> Steel Spring i 50 I 31% 30* ! 30% SI I —1; .M-, £8 ' .-.4' r.2'i ,
404.5T.0 Reading > 17« I 148)2 138% 140% ! 1.-.R\ - 1% 172% !•"" » 173% ll«
400! do 2d prcfrrrcd... I<>i' t ' :•': «2 I 9.1.J 5»2% 4- '; ' 110% k ! 117'/ rx.
2.750 Republic Iron &3.V. 42 ; .".I SO :30 20 +1 J «Vfc, 27 494' I«S
1.41", do preferred — : 9*4 9T*! - ■ 94 ! !
---I do cv div -\ nc. 107 »14 91' ii »1% - — •©*% >. . |lll«i 67%
37.600 Rock Island*.. i 39%! 32% 294 •"' , 294 H 1' ' 57% 22 i 81 iv-,
5.400 do preferred.! ' 7'".'- «*%! "- '68 I e - v M -X ' «*-4 64 1 94% . .7»» ,
145 St .T &'•l 2d pr«f. - ! 4O 1 m ! 40 40 . 40 38 : 4! 29 !
S<«» «t 1, ft SF 2d pref. no ! 40'; I 38% 38% •■;:•■.. -- % ! •» 1 ::44] an% M
200 Bi 1. Southwest pref Boy r-S'.t •"•' I 5M4 1 .-.7 I 4. ''« I 771; r»l% »2% 47 1
•M«VSloss-Sheff steel &I ! Situ 57*4 54 I •"•* I •■■•"• 1-1 I K«4! 4»', 04% .•» i
66.700 Southern Pacific...! 129% 114% 111% H-" 1 :, 111. 4 :", I 188% ! l' ( - :1 .' ir.f.i s | 114 *
■ •:. so Porto Wco Su K ar -- : 00 ' BO 00 I Si I - - I 5.% ! XI ' S.". I ~"' ; . ,
1.100 Southern Railway... 314 ! 23% I 23V4 -•■ ■ 22% H ', ! 33% 18 ! 31 22
1.070 (Jo preferred ' 70% ! ="■". ! 514 M- 514! i 7.'» ; 43 ' 7.".'. •>»
7,530 Tennessee Copper ' 38*» '.'0 4 l 2714 --' :•.: •. | -~-\' 4. '-' - I 4O»:I 18% ii r ' ."»r:'i ■
Texas A Pacific I 36% 28% 1 M I -'• I --*•'•« 4. "t; 36% 23« ? ! so -■.■■ »»
2.450 Third Avenue R R. ! "•"% 9% 8% « 3 * > T « 4- % I 19 I ,' -V. «24 12»J
1.100 Toledo St L * W.. 52% 23% 234! 2*»4 2 s1 * - • i, ! &4% '•• j •■".* T . 43
3«00 do preferred I 72 I 52% 49'{l 62 494, 4.5% ! 72« 48% l '4% • 4'; .
31OJT City R T idlH% 110 : 11..'.,' 11.1 I 11" ' 11H 4 ! 4- ?.; 11741 103 ' ll«'.l S7 i
ifolUnion Bap & Paperl 18% 8% 8% 8% S7 »l — 4 13% « ' 15%! o'i |
100 do preferred . . j 7S%| •"-"■ ' •"•"• . 55 • ."■'"■ I -1 I 73 I :■:■ ' sr. M : ,
28S.<iOoiUn Par ex div 2H«& 205*4 1 167 1«3% 1«4%I I«M* 4. 1\ 2tM% i:.2>i! 219 I ITS' i I
I ami do pref e x div 2<^.t 108*41 91 ' r *' : ;"'; "' ' ;<l '- —'■ 103% l 'i' 11^! 04
100! United Dry Goods... — 1 I<«2 ' 102 ! 102 . ftfi I-4. 6 ! 122 ! r><? ! 125% 1 115
"■*> do preferred . ! ior>4l 102% 1024! 102%| 102% l 1 113% 1 »>. 114 IMB
100 United Rys Invest.. 44 1 4[ 29 : 29 : 28 : 29 ! ! 42f.l 23 ;! t7 ! n«
500 do preferred j 72 I 57% 55*4 M ' 54 '42 ' 72% 47 I 77 ' 50 l »
•<"> i-n Cigar Mf* pref .. — '• 101 I i"i ' 101 ! 101 ! ' ion 1;'1 ;' 101 m I 90
:.;<>\- 8C T Pipe & Fdy 83% 16 ' IK ; "> I 10 ' ' 32 ' 144 35% 24% I
33! do preferred I 53% 158 ! r *"- " s I 7'«' ' S4 ' 40 I st- 70 '
raw 1 S Realty & Imp..! 55% l 714' 70 r 70 ' 70 I ' MV •:»-, K*| m i
100 ! S Reduc & itcf. .. M ! •"• 1 « •"•'. '•', ? • I -- I*4 ! 11 \ 4 1 17%' 10
1.3001r 8 Paibber I 58% 33 ! •"»■■' •■'• ! M I J. 1 ' 52% I 25 I .--, 27 \
"t»"i! do Ist preferred .. ' 120%! I<<7 ! W6%! 107 I 10*;.%;! 4. ■. I 1 1»". ' -. 00 I IMM4 pS
54n.0n01U S Bteel 1 83% 7<" 4 ' W. . C 7 . ! »w-^ 1 - • -.01 1 r.H.I 04T,' 411;
3.2i-/>! do preferred.. T 127% 1 I"". 7 *' 115 ;' 115% HB'i 1 ~ ■■, ' 125% 110.. 131 I 107
o«<v>iTJtnh Copper . . [ t 47 ! 45»; I - ' 4R ! | ' !
! do «x dlv % 0 «•...! no ! if. ' 45 I 4.*u 1 1 .1 •. ; .-m, no-% 1 «;7!;r r9^; :
r. 700 !Va. Car. Cl.eml.-al. ' 49 I 59 i 57 '< fi & V M ! 4- S 1 R2H| 47 I .>:%! -■'•it,
2.2<io:wabash ' 30%! 17% 16 '; 16U| 1«H '— % ' 27%! 12';! 27";' IS
7.8001 1., preferred ' 50% ::7% : •"•♦ l •"••"> l i' •"»"•'«' ' PI I 2 S 4' 81% 41 '
.•K>|-Wells Fareo Kxp. .. ' — I 1» ! Ifln ! :<V> ! 175 I ' 1<« j ir.2 | R.V, i .TOO i
.-.oi"> ■UVytrrn Marriand.J 6 ' I*4' 4."V 444 44 I + i.'. I .-,4%' 40 1 .V. r .ri
Ic<>! <^,i preferred I -- I «■ I OR I a*. ' »'»« f — — ' 71 ' Xl '■ f - "
I .«HM>l Western Union Tel.. I 70 ', R4% n3Ti| lV t*«' '« ' 4- 1% ; .1 7*41 50 I s.v: ! t?4
1 HVi -WestlnKhouße Mfc .' S7 ! <ii ! 59 I t» ■ M ' I «Jf{l 4JWi| rx. : 74 j
i'"»"> W&L 17 li>t prof..' — ' lO*4l IW,\ l^til 11 I — if I 23 ! «' •).-.-,• r.t;
tool .10 2d preferred.. lou f,%| 04! mil 0 ' 4. tt I i.?u ' 1 l 15441 r.ti
300'trisoOBrin Central...! —*| r.2U| 52 |_f.;'A| Sg^t^— -— '! 50 "I _44_J_«3T 4 | S8
,006.002! Total sales for tTi<* weßk, compared with 1.030.559 shares for la*t week. '
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furni^riro by Fredrrlc T». Hatch • Co., No. ."^>
Broad street.)
STOCKF.
Pivtdend. Bid. Asked.
American Braai Q.I 5 1"* 122 :
Atnfrican Chlcl*. Mo* Ex 12 L-» 22T. '
American Chicle pf.. •C! J « IlN> '"•'•
Am Dial T»1 «f N J M J « •■ »1
\m Coal Product? Q.I « 84 :«6',»
Amprloan Pr*« Q .I&Et << 100 M 8
Anvrtcan Thread rf MkJ •• 48 * ••'■»:
Am TiPf Found deb. .. . MAXIP2R 6 lf>->
Am trr.^ Found new."M&Nl93O « n» 1<«-»
Am Type Found*™ f*J 4 38 12
Am Type FounJors pf. .Q&.I 7 '.»* 102
Babcock A. Wilcox QJ 7 OS l<>|
Barney * Smith pf — »* i"-".
Brrden's Cond Milk. F*AEx — 111 112
Bordan'i Cond Milk pf..<J U « 102 103
Bush Terminal com — 88 !*.">
Central Fireworks , ■—— — I 10
Crntral Firework* pf...- — — 10 :^>
,- nn Ry T.U-.I Q-F 4 7* 7.% V
reuulold ••« ™i*i . J« »«
•F IduP da Nemours. Q M » H^ 1M
VI dv P ■'• N>ni pf . .-Q .1 » 83
Empire Steel a Iron - — 12 25
Empire Steel &Tr n of. — — ••■• «B
Hall Signal common — 40 *"•
JlerrlnK-Hall-Mar\-ln ... — — -™ 4'i
International .Nickel.... • — 132 13«
International Nickel rf-Q 6 • M 93 ,
International Silver. ....——■ —t« —
Internationa! Silver pf..Q^l 4 I<W 10
. Klrby Lumber — K» 15 ;
Ktrby Lumber pf . ... . ••— -— —>S - «
Klncs Co El L 4 P. ...'J-1I H 12.. i2<
Nat Cash Register rf---J&-' J »| |23
NUeB-Be.nent-P QM « OS OT
N-lles-Bement-I' '::::::&o « »2 1"3
Ot!« Klfivator A&O 2 4i R3
Otis Elevator \>T Q•' " fi» W
Old Dominion B B ,J*J *« I'^ 110 I
I'acino ',as 4, El — ■ - OB.' 57 i
PacSc Gas &El pf....Q-J 1 M SI
Phelps. D A Co. — If-'* 210
I'ope Manufacturing — m M |
M /4- p o,r ."W 1 iS m
Pratt .1 \Vhltn.y pf....Q-F « io<> 105
R yal Bak Powder. Q-M&Ex « IM l«v
Royal Hak Powder pf..Q-.M « 10.1 101
"■i>tv « U& L Q M*Ex » IM 12««
Hen Fen Chiclet — — 13* 137
Standard Coupler. — ..3 •
Standard Milling C 0....—- — 10 15
Standard Milling Co pf-AAO » 4< 4S
T*x!i« Company O-M 13 IM l.ii
T*xas & Pacific coal ..Scrip 6 &T. Ml j
Trenton Potteries. ......— — * 7
Trpnton I'otterlen pf •-• — — "•' M
•Trenton Pot hide ctfi..JHW 4 M 70
Trow Erector ~~ ,-* ,o7i
Unfcm Carbide — — ~ ;J| '£
Union Fer^y^ Q ' _? » 41
i mi, in TvpewrHer'istprA&O ■ « 103 110
r, '■ i Tv/.-wriiM, IM pf.A&O H I*K". 11«) !
union Typewriter 8d pf.A*O 7 n<fl no !
rulu,l Bank Not*. ...Q-J 4 « 4^5 I
United Bank Ncte. pf-.Q-J ? «T ■■
IT - Finishing com . ...S-J 7 w '"1
II P Finishing pf <J-J ' l t( < 5 3
„ H VinUhlne 1-t J&J H>lt» 0 100 10S
oniUUifOiDi J4J I!>2U 5 M l<v> |
TJ H tar com ~ ** {£
i; S Motor pf ■ — «'J
Vlrjtlnlan Hallway - — «•>
West Pacific ~ - ;
! West Power.... — -'j j»
West Power nt.... — « - 10
•Ex r«Kular dMdend -' per c«nl and & p»r cent
l-" tr *-
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by ritaton Gltbarl No. 2 Wai! «: r »«>f 1
nid.AsUe.i. 1 Bld.A»Ked.
America ... 579 f/>0 I Irrlng N K. . i.i'io -ji"
Am Kx<-h.. 'Sl<* I Jefferson .... 17:. I*s
,AiiduDon K. 1«» 115 i Liberty . . 823
.^tna Nat.. 17." 1««> I.inroln ...:. 1110 439
Rr,,n\ nor.. "^"> — : Manhat 10 . 315 330
Bronx Nat.. I£»r> COS ! Mia * V.il •_■>• 2t»
Battery Pk. IIS 12.*. : Metropolis .. .".rxi 410
Bowery . . 373 • - Mach *- M V 240 2*o
Butch .v D. '10 148 : Mercantile .'. I.V) 1«0
Bryant Pk.. 150 160 | Metropolitan. :"<v> «jo
Coal * IN. IK> Merchants' . 175 is«>
<>ntt;rj ... 1"o 175 iMerrhanta' E ifi.i 170
Chase .... 425 44« Mount Morrts 250 2Rf>
Chatham . . 31«> 825 Mutual 285 •_«««
, Chemical .. 4."<> 446 Nassau 240
i'lt Cent N. I.V> 10<-> Nat R.«en'». 100 Hi;
City. 375 — New NettiM'd 21<> cni
Chelsaa Ft. 2"> - NYN BA. 32.1 ,Ti%
Commerce . 200 "y>* . v v County. ry*->
Colonial ... ■U> l!>th Ward.. CV> -rj>
Columbia .. •» Mr--' * Day 300 225
Corn Kxch. SO7 J /4'31!» I Nor Nat „c .
) :».•• Ttlver. 115 128 (pacific 238 "to
KM#lit\ ... 165 17.". I Par! .t.V» :.>: .>
First Nat. 88S 855 p».-pi.- ■_•:.. .»9,
Fifth Nat... 300 3.V» Ph^nlx . irx> a>>
Flffli Ay«. .4100 *.*i^i Pln7.i •;■•:.
Fourth Nat. IS4 186 Produce V.x. UK! i.;s
I4tl Street. 150 155 Sherman ... 133
Gatlatln ... 320 340 Heabar.l ... .".{>•>
Gai-fleM ... 290 300 Second i(*\ 4^5
<sennan-Ani 140 I.v> Stats .. 275 ?pil
tierroan Ex. 455 s'"* 12th Ward... 140
Gertnania .. M 6 2*4 Ward... H,i
Gotham Nat 150 I-" I'nlon Exrh.. I«.*.
Greenwich . 253 MB I VVnuh Mis .. 278
Hanover ... 613 H2S 1 \Vo«t Side... >Wi.> __
Imp A Tr.. 540 BM VorkvilU ... Vhi
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES^
(Reported by Clinton <"»!lb*rt. No. a Wall nr.-t )
Hl.l.Askrd.l Hi J. Asked.
AlllHri.-^ Ky 12.» 139 I l-»» TUT ZtS\* 2fCU
Am Purely. auS 213 | Lincoln no ,M ,
Actor ...... sail na«i i, isi i. x T. :;<<• sib
Hankers" .. sm ♦"■."*» IMnnlmtta n .. ::7,". 4i^>
It & M »!.. •-•:■.". "-'».*. , ,M. r. aiitilo .. 7<»,» 74,,
Broadway . 14."» 150 [Metropolitan. — r..v.
Brooklyn .. ■*<» 4i"» >ii^ Itond.. no H(j
Carnf-de .. Ho l-"0 I .Mutual . 13.) _
Cut Co of A ISO 140 Mut Alliance _ J;:«U
Ontrnl WK> 1010 Nassau . ... — is,-.
City Invest, ft) 70 Nat Surety. . :so ••»•.<>
ft,, prff... ll« tlB NY I. I A T.lltw 1120
Cltlaena" ... 14.> 145 N' vM* S. 103 •>«
Columbia .. Ml — NY Trust... 640 CS3
("om'wfatth. 150 — I People* .. . 308
Commerctal. I>> 130 Qu Co Mttse. 110 _
Kmplre Tr. . 3<>>i :n<» Qu«*na Co..', its —'
Equitable... 4M <•» R.alty Asso. lit 120
Vl. & T...1670 1700 Savoy |«> Ml
Flatbuah ... ■-)<»<> 210 Standard ... 4»»> 4JO
Franklin ... 220 230 Title GAT. 4>v'» 4!»5
Fulton 2P"-1 — Tlof N V.. 14» 130
KI.VHtv ... 2(X) 210 Tr Co of Am :U3> —
Guaranty .. 100 *10 Inlon 1300 1380
Ouardtan . . — i*«» Un State*. . .11*0 1210
H.inilUor. . . 270 2»0 V s Cas •_>!.% —
Home Trout. — IIS I' BM* T. 4fit> 470
Iliiii Realty. 110 — IT BTQ & I 11 » 111)
Hudson Tr. 170 ISO Van Norden — 'SM
Int Eke Cor 110 — Washington.. «5 —
Klncß C 0... ;.4;r. — \YeHtch«*ter.. 190 -i-
Knl«.k-rt.Kk ■-"•■'• !M v .■. HT&MWO ISO
I** Mtf 23«J UK» WinJiOr .... 120 \ZO
LseCntOr Chartered 1822 Tr: ""
The Fanners' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18. 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office. 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
LOl^^ « r^a> Ft. W^ia PARIa 4I *- ] "" '•— ,
Travßlenr* Lettars of Credit. Fomgn Exoaaase.
Administrator. Guardian-
THE CORN EXCHANGE BANK
will ♦"»!»< irs branch in the
PENNSYLVANIA R. R. STATION
Seventh Avenue and 33rd Street
TO-DAY f „ „
Inspection and Accounts respectfully invited.
RATES HEARING IN r CHICAGO
Commissioner Clements Will Preside at
Sessions To Be Resumed To-day.
Washington. Sept. IS.— Announcement was
made by the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion yesterday that Commissioners Clem
ents, Lane and Clark and possibly Prouty
would occupy the bench when the hearing
of the Western freight advance rates wa:;
resumed on Monday in Chicago. Commis
sioner Clements will be the presiding com
missioner in the absence of Chairman
Knapp. who will be detained in Washington
by business.
Thus far only two railroads of the ■*■•
teen directly interested in the advances
have submitted their evidence in the West
ern case, and the hearing is likely to con
tinue for several weeks. It iv probable that
the testimony in analysis of the prelim
inary evidence, together with the oral
arguments in the matter, will be heard In
Washington In October.
MARKET FOR AMERICAN APFLES
England Is an Eager Buyer if the Fruit
Is Handled Properly.
Washington, Sept. 15.— Albert W. Sv.alm,
American Consul at Southampton. Ens
land, reports that ■ shipment of apples
from the Wenatchee section of th» State
of Washington commanded a higher price
than any other American apple ever of
fered in the open EaajKai market. Much
of the shipment was nH at from I to V:
cents a pound, and was eagerly taken at
that price. The pecret of success, he says,
is for Mm American shipper to send pood
fruit, well packed and kept out of an auc
tion, where a combination may control
prices.
THE PRINT CLOTH MARKET
Trading Quiet, with Total Sales Esti
mated at 75.000 Pieces.
Fall River. Ma.".. S"pt. IS tFprcial).-- !
Trading in the print data market last ' •"■••< '
i va.^ qtifet and the total salo? arc rftimat^d
at 73,000 pieres. It was apparent, )ad| I
from the nature of 1...- business l»"t
through, that broken received a larpre •'«?!
10.-tion of small orders which require eurlj
deliveries, but in several ••a,-=«>s th«» Wda :
offered sliowe-i a sllpht atodfass, more par
ticularly hi Ide and medium wtd^ goada j
ft 's m matter of common knowtads* thar
factors in N"«-w York are carrying forward
only a limited amount of Rood*, but they
have expressed an unwillingness to z n
deeply Into trading beijaUM el ili^ small
demand that was aawwn. Th« interest of
buyers centred on wide and medium ■rid*
styles, but owin^ to the- fact that reces
sions ranging from a sixteenth to an eighth
' of a cent were made, mil! treasurers wer* j
relticTant to do business to any extent, but |
whenever an opportunity presented itself
vrlierebV a profitable could t>e executed
II was put thro -
Th<» narrow division of th«* mart el im'
i quW, and narrow mak°s ;. r.-> selling on the |
' liasis of ■"•■"» cents a yard for regular?. Mil! j
I treasurers are not forctaaj business, ii view j
of th<» declining market, but are waiting for i
an advancement m prices before enteritis; j
into any "lea!-;. So !nn.- as the cotton mar- |
! k*-t is weak doth values will show a ten
dency to decrease, ad consequently th»*
general volume of busfe will lr*» small.
Sateens and twills were in fair demand. l>ut
pri<-e« fa.iled to satisfy manufacturers, and i
I consequently only a restricted amount of
business was accomplished.
The quotations arc as follow?: 28 in.-!;.
t?tx^l!=, s^i cents; 3 men, Mai SS cents:
27 Inch. MxCte. V 2 rents: 51 In>h. ~&xTri*.
:■: ;{-:r, rents; 35% inch. '•i\ i -t-. £>'* cents, and
. £» ii*:h. KSx72ir. o"«, cents.
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
iKurnUhffl by Edward B. Smith * Co.. No. 27
Fine air— t. New Tork.)
BM.Askcd.l Rid..A.«l<»<i.
*!b 4- Sus.."* 4 ' 3*'»> *• '"oat npi .ns !•"*
Alb ,\. Vt.... 7t 7»> Man & iMtt SM
Mlpcti & W. 138 14R i Manhattan ...J.">» l.~<*
IAmT& C; 7t IS MMM * Vy...12S I*>
At *.• A 1.. IT.'. MB MII a -!l !-"> li".
I \uk &. Bar .Mo* 114 MoM!o «p pf »i 777
AG|M M. *3 T.S IMa stk t .7* 83
P^«.. Ti «*rM>k. m X" 1 Mori' A F.ak. 55
n S .>: F F. . 15 30 •!•» iT«-f '•'•
Bosl & Ml' '-■-'' 1 -"-■•' Morris &■ Ex. 17.' I^2
Post ft. l^.vr.l'tr. -25 d.» pxtn J>S «M
Host A Vrov.iW »*> Nash* rv,-..1M tfV>
B * 7th \\ 130 MB No* 4 U»w.SM
Bklm CIty.M4B '*>•"■ New Lon N -'"* -"-''*
cii b r0...14» no NY & Hc*»aaa torn
Canada Sal. «2 «'-jNTB*M B pf.lOH US
c«u Ist „ iia V2O in i I. & W..120 125 •
do •-,! pf.V.112 iaa IV T Mut T^!.t'i«»
ray & 1 ,2J R 828 t Ntnth \-. - 1-»i» •>..
C Croe»towr« •>• 1"'» I Nerth. C"ai 133 !<»
rFN .<■ EB M •» North IN Hi.ir..*. 113
• hat & O. 102 1l>"» North 1% .!».. ■ !».%
,•• riT rf'<s .V. *M I North F»nn. IS»T 2»'^ ;
do .-tf« r-i 0«> US Northw T»l.. MB 113
<• & I<>th t^t-". MO i»i ?»or« .<- « pi .t.-. 215 i
C s a •' pf.125 '•'••' - ; ■" i' l " *•»
rirfl«l«l * M.r;<> — i' vv * X ' • " -"* VCS '
n»i « pitta i; •• Tar & ■• T. . **i 7-»
do »pl „., ..4 i..i Tat v}? R...1«"> SOO
Col & S '•"" SOT Pal * Kant. ..l^s 200
Cone & M..1»» 17'> IVi.iir Va!lcy.l3> ..
Com *P- 170 — (»■> Al« VV..ITO M
«• Ar r pc.tsa I«3 U'hUa t^ * • >•« —
Conn Klver..2»«» 27'» iP8A1.11... 7O
CBy * L... T3 7« I do pr»-' 120 \¥
do rrrf 7S n »• Ft W* •• itv» 17*
nay ton « M r.S - d.> sprctat. . . 139 tl«»
L> &Bd Brk.Mi 2t« P McX * T..l?> I*l
l>et II • S.. M M Pror « VTorc Ml 270
Baal Prnn...l"i> 140 «<-■• Jfc Sara.tM 2IX»
Ktßhtu at«.".s«o - R|O v> i !'. —
Klmlra 4 li»> 130 Ron:,- A. C 14 > ISO
do pr»f 142 i.vj K\V a «»g...11H 133
i:rt« A. Kal •.•<>•> 2Hi> Rut ,5. Wb..M3T> 14»
Erto * P1tU.13.1 14H | Kara * Srh...l(R> —
Fitehb's P1..123 I.ti> (Second \\e... 7 n»
I' \V A .1 pf.t33 Mo [Eharon Rjr....Ut !SS
«2d Rt&asF.rro 270 sixth vv^ in.-, lrto
Franklin T. . rt.% 45 So v At Tel.. •*; WT
(i UUX-i: <"o.'_T-% 'JfC, soufhw of O.iat :IJ ,
«; I Htk T..lit»» 11. 'st I.lt Ist pf. 120 1»)
<: Utv Vy..120 12il , do 3d !•!<-'. m M •
Hart .v C \V. •»«» ♦>; St j* >„ 8.. •>* —
•llerefoprt ... K5 M do ;Ml IM HI
111 CMi . !>2 »S T A O R \».IKH i;«
111 A. Mlaa T. «;•_• 75 Tun of St L.. .115 V 2,
Inlrruceun T. ?»O I*** 23 ' St 200 23<>
Jack L. & S. NO I t; XJ It R&fStO _•♦»
Joliet * rh. ltw 175 Upper Cm*. M —
KA & O Hl*) 150 UA: B Rtr...lM I7rt
KCSLJfcMptcB ♦» 75 rets Vv I*4 ISO
KCSLAC pf..l3t) 141) r•• I «...'.. 73 -»
1. SA M 50.333 .!*» \y of N V...JW 12*
I. *M It (»f . 1*««» 170 (Vt A M«w...l> 17«>
L.SNII&C.II2 12»> I Warren 130 tC3
— » —
BANK EXCHANGES AND SALES.
The bank exchanges of the New York
Clearing House and the aalee of stocks on
the New York Stock Exchange last week
and In the sumo week of th© preceding two
years compare as follows:
! Sept. 17. "10. Sept. IS. '<*». S*pt. IJ>. "W.
rxehgs*. $I.sii>.. . aS,ZtfJt9tJS9> 51.6ti»».223.0rJ
[ Kh». «ol(J M>Ctf,oy^ 5.276,73* <61W.»53
Irving Natior
*%s^' Exchange Ball
Mrfcthr • "•- nun liia^
ReionrrM Orrr Tblrtr MlUloat.
We it Broadway and Chamber* if » T-k
J Trustee for Persona] Trust*
Jisior(TnisiCo.
Fifth Avenue and 36tb «t.. >'»r» Tork"
! _
I Thoma£|l«in)iardt
■ I SPECIAL B LETTCRJ •
J.I CURS SISTOOJ
£?<?st fcciUtie.j for fxeevting ordma. -
33 Broad St.. N.Y. Office Overlock3 CttA
54 I>rroß9bire St.. 80-ton. Private -K m.
MAKfii a ACCOVSTS solicited.
i . ■
TUBE ASSESSMENT REDUCED 1
Le Boeuf Holds That of McAdoo
Tunnels Should Be 33.596
Albany. Sept. I?.— ln a decision just task
ed down by Supreme Court Justica RanW
.J. [.»■ Boeuf. the State Tax ' •i:imw9(«B»
assessment of the old Hudson & Manhattan
Railroad Company's tunnels, or 'be jr.
called ilcAdoo tubes, in New York, <?f »
; &M'>» for special franchise tax purpoaß
'is reduced to 53.305.312 33. Justice Le *■*
in concluding a lon« opinion say?:
I revalue the relai special fraacblsw
at thf> total .- mi ■■' WMOjtt&IZ and v^a»
.-par.it. the intan^ihtf property at 1.
7.^: 41 l-"». and the tangible property ■**& *
connection therewith at S2.JST.eTt 97. . ■* .
It appears that other real D >«»
York « 'ity wa.i loyally a.'-s^sed at » bs
cent of the full valuation. Relatcr is tb^>
fore entitled to ft redaction of fl pe* .gf*
from the grose* valuation of its special fra>»
rlilses as "hf ret.»fore found, and the spedil
franchise assessment t-omplatiiMl of J.» •-
rented to be reduced to th* sum of &a*»
' Ul2 '£>. • "
In another part of his opinion Justics I*
Been! says:
All the motions mad* by tfie city of hi?
York and the State Tax Board to •■■■
th* writ arc dmicd. with an exception. Tr»
Mrisdi.-tior.al ..Hertion? of Hie reUtor-siss:
as well be overmted. Helators coatanna
that it. is exetuDt b*-«-ause engrased I3J>
Terstate commerce cannot be upheld x-£
obierti.m that, because th* tunnels . ****?
complete and earning th«» relator s apnw
fram-bi^es were not assessable ml f* c*
overruled. Neither the «.tarite nor l&e *-
ilsions absolutely require r"t *" a ""*■'■
order that special franchises may tw.?f
S4»wd • -ontention of relator that ta=r>»
property only had j'mk value aaanm
«<iu:»lly untenable. - - ,
TRANS MISSISSIPPI CONGSESS
Called to Meet in San Anton** Tsx.
November 22-25.
Kansas rtty. mo.. ...-, t?.-THeda»na
the twenty-first annual session of t^e T»2*
Mississippi Commercwl «/on?rps«. to l» c^i
in San Antoiito. Tex.. November S3 ta Isj
wan issued herr trv-.i-^y. Many natios*
«u«6tiot,? ..f Importance will i* dl "™
by prominent Hl.Ti •■•' fho roimtrr-
Formal addresses •••• rhe pan-Arr.wicai
feature of the proßramni" •""' b«> miml.
the S?er*-tary of S! ■• 3lr. Knox: * r Jo«
Barrett, director of the Fan-American F£
reau : by William •! Bryan and by Ana-*
Khanklin. «*on-ul fVnera! m 3lexlc«". .-
The .-or- will consider a »nag» ■■
irripHtlon. conservation, waterway ■- >p«a">
ment and trade with I-ttiu America. ::
JULY'S NEWS PAPER OUTPUT.
Washington. Sept. 1» Th" .r-jiy praia-
Ti.ui of news pai>*-' was larger thaa^ *•
any other month this v M r except *■»
July shipments were $7,os<> t.-.n.^. *• c^
pared with -»;.>;to tons fn June, and sue
on hand Increased from 2JM tons to--*
the largest since November. IW.
KILLED WIFE AND HIMSEt-F-
Na?hv»lle. Tetin.. Pe P t. 18.-Jdba M- ,CT.
ru?. el Antloch. T.-nn . shot and »»' {a:r ~
killed his wif« in a rooming house «^
an carlv hour this mornin?. taking J*TJ
life Immediately afterward. So fux«»
found in the effects of th« couple. *"*^
thet>rv of the police is that ' rn '
prompted by despondency and jeeIwW
PAII.ROAD EARNTV"^
The Tribune ha* prtnt-rt Tr "* BT> 2**-?sb»
Inss of thirty railroad* or *>*£™* t £ntr
first we-k In September^ <?t^*- \£l 7 »
f..ur return K*tns of I > vsW or 4»
font, and six r-turn loaM «* J^Vtj, <>»
r-*-r c<-nt. The whole shows a gain or*^ . +
•;n?. or S.t> per cent.
IMS -p.m> . •«•
$11 ,-.7.». V.l $t<>..3>6 i"1 * 1 -C2"i3l ••

Total?* ..»-.«.«.- « t tn2-»ti ItWJC •'
•I^reas*.
HT. JOSEPH * «RAXP X?^^,^ ;
Month of £*-_»"* "g l^ mMb(
«ii as »'^'T* <n-*'
-
N^t earntesc. *W» 137.^ .f*Jj
TVIIECTjVsO * UKB CRIB' jj±
Jfonthof Auk.- t»l«>. '*®|-. fSS»
I : !7.» ana "Tin
O P . eirersM... o».o»7 _ vrr.«n — -^Tgl
N>t e»rntn<«.~|ir.f-3 |152.52 ***"
July 1 -Auk. Sl— „ lt2>,
Gre« wnlnp. fl.Si7.?*W »* rJ
Oi>. e»pen9ea... ,««a4.JOT - <> -g^ —-~~T&
Net earning*. $4SW..>» «*»!.»•» *"^
DENVER. XORTHWESTEKX * FACI^ ;|
nr« WV Sept. as as «*
July 1-S«pt. T. S2».W» £».»-«»
GOVERNMENT BONDS- ] j
Government bond quotations c « * - *
follows with those of a week ago
_s*pt. W. —^ys*
Bid. Asked. »»,- j^^-,
J». re... 1«>. i'»J . : '
IT. S. 2s. coupon. ia31»...!0l WtH SjJJjßg
■ •;-•.,!■•-'
rS. 3*. coupon. i v -»tJ*. • i"i • ><«> i,'^t §5
t'. t;. 43. coupon. 1D25...H5 Us»>. i«'»'\ l *"
V^nama i». r*sT. lio;...trtl — • %.^
i'aaaauk 3*. t*% . 1^B». ■ >•»

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