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Edward B. Smith & Co
Bankets
ember* New York ami Philadelphia
Stock Exchanges
Investment
Bonds and Stocks
Philadelphia New York
BkmuS & Ch«-rt.«mt Stiu 2? Pin* Street
5-ERRY CLEWS & GO.,
BANKERS.
11. IS. 15. IT AND 15» BROAD ST.
MFMBETIS N. r. fTTOTK KXCHANGK.
MOCKS and BONUS houc^t a.nd «oi«for In
v>rtor« or Carried on liberal t«rai.
Ranking *«*•©«■*• MMMI MJbJ^ct to eh»ek
• t sight. Interest paid on idaily balance*.
INVESTMENT SDrCRITIES.
I.ETTXUS or credit
iMiufd Available t!3« World Ov«r. .
Hanover National Bank
National Park Bank
Fourth Rational Bank
American Surety Co.
CLINTON <;11-«EKT.
• Wall Strwt. _
' WTBI»
•«• AKOMAy-WKIIKIt V & V COM.
100 AMERICAN BRASS
100 « 01 f> ABXB
100 ct mx* <n. im < 011 .
1«HI HE»*I>«;HAU.-MAin IN
„., IMON 1 > !■! \N KM IK 1 (IM
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
New York Boston
*0 Broad St. «> < one"-- St.
r\ few hundred shares of A
CITIES SERVICE COMPANY I
fl"o Cumulative Preferred I
Amllabit si price lo yield about 8^ I
SW*RTWOUT & IPPENZELUR, !
I Member* N. T. Stock Exchange. I
\^4< r-^ne Street. New York. V
UNION TYPEWRITER
STOCKS
HaJlowell 6. Henry.
T»l. ••S'Sr. Broad. 55 Heaver *t.
1852 19 «0
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
S8 Wall «.. »w Tork
MEMBERS IV \T£!,£r NT
IC. Y. STOCK EX. BO>T>«»
MEETINGS.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF
WELLS FAItGO & COMI'ANY.
You are hereby notified that the next Annual
jifrtms of the stockholders or said company
Jor the election of Directors for the ensuing
war. and the transaction of ench other V.us!
iies R a* may come tefore the meeting;, will be
) eld In tlie oSice of the Company. r>l Broad
vay. New York City, N. V . on Thursday.
October 13. 1310. a* ten o'clock A. M
The TpsaJSOar Books will be closed at 3 F. M..
October 3. 15*1". and remain closed until 10
A. M.. October 14. 1910.
A. W. ZIMMERMANN. P^cretarv.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
OmCE OF Xl M-IM, I <«MI\NY
Philadelphia. Octobf-r 8. li*lo.
The Iloitrd <if Dlrectara has declared Trom
ii.c Tirt raivJaas a dividend of 2 i«t «-ent. on
«h<- Second rr^fcrred Stock if the Company, to
r* raid on Nov«rnli»-r K». IVIO. to the elockhoid
<;<= of record ax the clo^e of business, <x-tobor
—: 1P1". <f;erks srfll lie mailed 10 Fto.-khold«-rs
vim Jiavr filed dividoniJ orders with the Tress
mrr W. H TAI JR. gecretmry.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
New York. "■■■ i'\ 1910.
onine t-> th«« <ioath of <i«i. I. Malcom the arm
cf Mal-orr ,v <\ioni!«e 1« tliii« day dissolved.
■Hi*- hufiuean of t»K- late firm will be continued
«t the faw nddrcs? 1-y t1,.. surviving partners.
M A l>fOM & OOOMBK
Sew Torib Oct. H». IHIO.
The und< rsijmcd have- this day formed a co-
I-hrUKrvriij' u:ider Xh* Bra naiw <if
T. „ < .MIMItI * <O.
Wityi offlc^f a* ICit Broadway. New Tork City.
for tho transaction <'f a c-11, ra! brokerage busl
"'E? T. «. OOOUBB.
i; 1; <X>Olllsfci
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MOKE? M ARKKT.— Hones on call opened
»i J\ T*r cent; hl«rh«>st. 2~« ;xr crnt . low
«st !■-. p*«r cent: <losinK. 2" s T^-r nt: 1 ui
mc th\p, "*• jkt cent. Time mon^y was in
light <I<-:nand. •:.iTrs mre IVper cent or
rixiv da>s. 4 t 'nS-*** l"or ninety days and four
nwtiths " and 4VU4S, f° r fiv<l a " d 5?
inon-.h.s. Mercantile T.aper »a.« unclianß«-<l.
•with a pood assortment off"re<l. but with
r.w buy«rr Rate* were SU*'^ P c r c .**, nt
L>r pixty and nliifty days" bills receivable,
r.i 2 'a« for four aii<i sir months' i-hoice
>-iiiK!<* nanjes und ti'i lor others.
FOREIGN KXVHANGE.— The foreign ex
cliance market opened weak, with rates
d<m ahont V I'°'"^ „, 4 5.,i.i..M V.-.4.". for
rmbV« 4 wn:. Mi and asked for demand
norlhiß and 4.^1(^4.8?.% for sixty-day bills.
Short franrs w.re quoted at . .is 4 IfSS .-...
i<iid sli«.rt rHrliMnarks at S3 5-1G less 1-3-5?
•^". 1-10 Ther«» was a rather abundant sup
• Vly of «ott<<n Mils in the marfcet, as these
*r«» d«.w beirjc rtisln-d forward rapidly so
that they may reach the other side before
October 31. aft^-r which the Kuroj>ean bank
ers will not accept unguaranteed bills, un-
I*-fj; th«>y r<f-ed.- frnni the. position liereto
f«»r»- tak*^n This means only «fctuiit another
f««r the sale of cotton bills in the
•^ay which has heretofore prevailed. Tr-.
m«rk«^t <-ontinu<xl weak in the afternoon.
vufferins a maximum loss of about \ic.
-'n,is was dn«» to the heavy off« ring? or
rtrtlOß bills, which forced rates down sharp
ly «'abl«-s v. •. quoted at 4.S6Vi <i4-SG3O. de
man-i Bterilns at UCSS&tM and sixty-day
hillH at 4EI Short francs -were o.jV-? 4 less
r-»'.4 and short n k bsoaafltn 95.
I>a:ik«r.s" po-ted rctes were:
Sixty days. Lx-iiiand.
Hl , rh .._ 4.M 4. "7
Orrmcr.TrMcbsinarVa ■ • I>4H PSU
IvSuS. baaa s.2i'« • S
Varis. fwncs »•»> "JJ*
P«ltsettend •franc? r..20-» j.IS^.
J l «•-!)« n^. Fuilder? ... m 40"»
i.'.MKSTI- KXCHANGK.— 30
•iivoount; Chlcaso. .< discount; San PYsms
« isoo. >ijr}it r<: premium, telejrraph ."<• pre
■nilsim- New Orleans, commercial .: •'<•■ V. <ils
.■ount. bank fl premium; Charleston, buy-
Itic; jar. ■ ::np i<" premium: St. L^uis. 200
«ii-<:ount bid. 13c asked; MinneapoliK. 25'
rrrmiuni: Savannah, buying 3-l€c discount,
vfllinp ;>ar.
HANK •CI,KARINGP.-New York, ex
« uanpes 5156.6&6.435. balances 5C.459.122: Bos
ton, exchanges J17.M2.455. balances JSSS.-**^:
Philadelphia, mxetoangta 519.3!4.4:.4. balances
?1.K70.3(4; «'»ijcapo. cxi hanKes J4."..2r..072, bal
ances 5i«fi9.772.
VKK MARK ET
I
.n ;vl
• • Mafilio 7. -JO. I.is-
MKXITAN EXCHANGE.- Mexican fi
change on New York is quoted at 2.0i T i;.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL
l-*jiiri"ii. Oct. 10. — Oonsola closed un
< lian^fd. at W)"* for mon^y and SOVz for ili«
«fpoiuii. Anaconda was unchanged, at
ifcig; Oanaoian I'a.cllsc *» higher, :it 3«r>i;
f.raud Trunk lilgtifr. at 27-..
MoTipy was plentiful and discount rates
v. <t«- qiii« j l.
Tho limik <.i l-'njrland sr<-urfd Uf and
India and tlio <"outln«*r.t divided the re
juaitid<T i>f the L~W.**m South African gold
avstilal)l*>. •
Th*' sto< k market v.as qui«>t and lr
7«-«ular. Th«- approach of the settlement
«-h<-cked bu.^me^s. Kaflirs and foreign
Vjnds v.er* easy on Paris wiling tluouKh
(can of trouble in Spain. Home rails and
eilt cdKed tiecurlties uer- steady.
Americiin s*«-curities were quiet and feat
•■«■« !»-k.s durinc the for«noou. 'l' '■•■ New
Tork hank statement wan disappointing,
fciir 1 traders liiesitated until N>« rot* sent
■jappttrtinti order:-. Then prices hardened
s.D«I tne market cJo?ed steady.
<- i! money in Ixmdon, l'.^^S per cent; open
irarket discount rat« for short bill.". S M€
„ r cent; long hills. 'S\ i>er cent; Berlin
«iiM»unt rate, '•"*, per "-''■ Pari^ discount
rute '27m I**" cent: I J aris exchange va I-on
doa ' 2i franc* '-'•:■ centimes; Berlin exchange
on London. 25 marks 4.'.^: pfennig- Bar
i;old, 77s I'd- American tiigh-. u . TCt-' M.
Pari.". O'C 10.— Thre* per oenl rentes
«-los*d '>< centimes lower, at '*■• francs •"
«Tjitlme.«. Price* moved irregularly and
<losed weak <>n the liour.-^e.
■■if tan.-
STOCK PRICES HIGHER ON LIGHT VOLUME OF TRADING
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1910.
Sam 1 ~~TI3S^Mf4fl
3001 ~ AIHs-Chalmers Company... M 10 10 10 g »
100 + % AlliP-Chalmers Co. Pr 34 j» » •• ~2 „,;,„
4,100 +i* Amalgamated Copper ..... 6h% ««J"' f*4 «;J| J t.,
300 4V, American Agr. Chemical... 46^ 46% 46% Wfc « g£
1.300 — American Beet Sugar SW S^ »J - v .- 1 V g^
«no +% American Can J}» -^ 68*69% 69% ©%
1.00.)+% American Can pr .-..- f^Js fjg* »% w* 549 ,
an"- % American Car & Foundr>-.( «% «% ■ .. Ji^ «
200, 4% American Cotton Oil Wk 644- *«% 64% 64% ®
100. 4 % American Hide & I>*a. pr.. 21% 21% -1% -1% a . --^
«t American Ice Securities.... IS i» "^ " » _,?
SOOJ 4 % American locomotive 3.»« gfc 3^ -.; . ( ; :
5.100 4 % ! American Smelting «* ™ • ®* 1» L|g2 10^^
100 4 . American Smelting pr 102 10- 102 103 101 i -
W — American Steel Foundry. 40% 43% «% «^4 LSm^ "
BOO U* American Sugar V,- J r»t IWI Slr - I 7
10) I % American Sugar pr 11"% "prS? 4 , <"V, su.,
UW 43 American Tel. & Cable B^4 » .Ss?!,!^ 137UU7%
SO ♦% American Tel. & Tel "wfSl Xl fe
,s St aSS Coast-Une:::::... %ff UffK^
1.9251 41% Baltimore & Ohio p07?4 WS Mgj 108^ 108^ i^W
100! Bethlehem Steel pr SSJ 68% 68% 68% g» £3
»« ♦% 'Brooklyn Rapid Transit .. .7^ .^ .^'^^ .?, *
iS .i* "anaS k PaciKc::::: | t||4|s k
• -% Central Leather ,£sinS?ii«s£ mi? lW«fcilO3
S 'central Leather pr 10.' * 105^ >ffi||lMiim '
8,«00 +% Chesapeake & Ohio W4 MJ> 81J, 81 *», « i ] •
uo 4% Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul... --;- r:!.« SSWJL ;r- 147%
iooL- % Chicago & Northwestern... 147% 147% 147% 147% 14. -| . s
400: +% Colorado Fuel & Iron 33 S«4 33 I »Vi 33% »"«
800 ♦« Colorado & Southern 1 5BL&|,fffl 1 i» 1^134%
4.0: - Consolidated Hud^:: te^^iWSaiWSi
100_-% IDelaware & Hudson 16t>% I^% I»*% 1C6% 1 *.% 1j»
2,5«>i 41% i Denver & Rio Grande » ; 33^ 3 3K4 33^, 33 .
100 4 % Denver & Rio Grande pr... Wt «3% 71% 73% .^4 74
id . % Duluth. S. S. &At I? 12 112 ;12 11% 13
101 4 % IDuluth. S. S. & At. Pr ;25 \ » » » 24%
L > 41; gSiMt-»* :::::::ISJ 27 4 2.%. 27 343 4 27% *7%
J^U4 Erie isVpr::::::::::::: p^ 46%|^ «% ug
iSiT » General : coi:.:::::: ia B ;i^% r ■
I.W- « Goldfield Con «wthMiiaßteß 128-128%
1,7f«> : 4% Great Northern pr ;',^. «," i „v' I4i ?
100! r^ Illinois Central EE,3 WTO 1 1
300 4 H Inter.-Metropolltan 20% 2p% 2p% 2W'« 20% 20-\
I.W* 1 41 Inter.-Metropolitan pr 56% 56% i 56% w% g6% ■•;-.
300;- '4 ! International Harvester.... 99 » 99 99 95% 99%
«W| :> International Paper pr 51 • 51% |J 51% i ;■
2£M -2 (Kansas City Southern 1 31 a s ' 33 31^ 33 3.'-h| S^*
1.2 A' 1 42"i IKansas City Southern pr..! 64% && .-'" & uSS iS
4i«i! 3 i !La"|pde Gas 100 'lOO*; 100 !10>in4!10 11 > 3 4!l <1 1
SO - - *ke Krie ' & Western.-*. I 99% 20% Z*L 20% 30% 20%
■ 5 iKJSvUte & Nashville 14^ H^ 140; 4 H^ 1^ 4 1 .;.»,
LSOO +% Mackay Companies I 2*^22-, 96% Slat?? 99_
4001 +2% Mackay Companies pr 77- [8% '' .!,'!':* ': .v.4
•j... 4a* 'Manhattan Elevated |145%|145V;i145%t145%H45 . '145%
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. Total sales for the day 195 005 sharo^ compared with 1.129.162
DHlm a '"°" shares for the corresponding day in 1909.
Sh'rsiXet : ' ) Actual Sales I Closing ToUl sales Januarj' Ito October 10. inclusive. 13:,1M.WS
sold, jchge l . L o JHJJii!J^ I 'i, nl| Bid - Ask , h . irf , c compared with 165.489.644 shares for the same period
, 'CrtmTncrcf '2^3 ]•*& 203 1208 1202 806 ' "' H
M — |FoCr?h">tionai: lIS6 <1W |IS6 M US4 lISS '" !«»•
FINANCIAL MARKET
Quotations for Money Unchanged
While Sterling Rates Decline.
While it is understood that certain
powerful Wall Street interests are ex
tremely anxious to bring about higher
prices for stocks, it is a well known fact
that the larger number of bankers are
not in sympathy with efforts to start
an aggressive bull movement at this par
ticular time. Moreover, the public shows
an absolute lack of interest in the se
ductive appeals of houses that need com
missions to buy railway and industrial
shares on borrowed money. As a matter
Of feet, the public has little surplus
I money just now for market purposes,
and apparently it does not consider
money market conditions favorable to
operations for higher prices on bank
accommodation. notwithstanding- the
current relative ease in loan quotations
at this centre. There was no public
buying of stocks in yesterday's market,
and little in the way of business devel
oped for professional account. total
transactions amounting to less than
200,400 shares, of which more than one
half was supplied by Chesapeake &
Ohio. Union Pacific. Reading and Unit
ed States Steel.
The monthly report of the United
States Steel Corporation, showing the
smallest unfilled tonnage since the end
of Sept ember, 1004, naturally attracted
sojne soiling by the bear clement, but
the volume of trading was too small to
encourage important declines. As a
rule prices moved within fractional
limits, th.- general tendency in the last
hour being in the direction of higher
levels, as a result of covering by the
shorts on the strength of the govern
ment's crop report, showing conditions
in the agricultural section of the coun
try that indicated ■ final corn harvest
iii excess of 3,000,000.000 bushels, a rec
ord yield: ■ total yield of wheat much
heavier than was suggested by the fig
ures reported earlier in the season, a
record breaking harvest of oats and an
average return on minor products of the
farms. The general mark' closed firm,
at small net gains in the larger number
of Issues, Missouri Pacific being signifi
cantly strong as a -dividend payer.
The process of manipulating stocks
in turn in the expectation that the pub
lic will come into the market so far has
failed to attract an outside demand for
securities on borrowed funds. While
there is ample reason why people who
I have idle money on hand should buy
stock outright to hold (or future prof
its, tho position of the loan market does
not warrant extended speculative com
mitments, especially as the Interior
drain upon this centre has not run its
course, to say nothing of the. possibility
of a further strain on local bank hold
, Ings incident to the probable financing
I by New York banks of the cotton ex
| port movement, in the last statement,
• showing the actual condition of the
clearing house hanks, reserves present
ar. increase as a consequence of ■ re
duction in loans, but the extent of the
reserve is out of proportion to the re
quirements of an active bull speculation
in stocks. Furthermore, in spite of the
loan reduction last week that Item Is
heavily In excess of deposits, and it
would seem that in order to prevent a
materially higher level of money rates
drastic loan contraction will be neces
sary. Money rates showed no impor
tant change yesterday from the closing
average of the preceding week, although
a firmer tone was reported. Sterling
exchange was decidedly weak, under
the influence of offerings of cotton bills
against shipments of cotton to be made
l»ef,,re the refusal of foreign bankers to
accept our cotton bills of lading with
out an American bank guarantee be
comes effective.
CHICAGO STOCKS.
(Furnished L> Curtis a banger, Nu 41> Wall
flri'-t j
Sal* 1 ?. Open. High. I»w. Clow».
ISO 4i Can s < Mi »«'« 8%
!<«> do pr<"f «> ».:• si m
15<i Booth PUheriea... 3.'i .'-" '..". H
Sl'O da i>r«'f 63H «J4 «^"i «,4
•M Com ITIIIaan I*B* IM*4 — —
In Chicago BubvajT.. 1% 4!, 4!« 4
10 Chic Ittk & Ti . . 14.'. 14.', 14:. MB
I<> Chic TVlf phone. .. 120 130 120 ISO
32S Pneumatic- T001... 41 ' i 41 41 ' i 43
ZSCble Ky> No -■• l. r >T, l.'.Ti ]■'.". ]*%
:;:< , I Mainond Match.. NT KK'i h7 tSHM
SO Illinois nn. .... r.'j £9 M r.:<
sftMc-cnim-How»>ll... f.!*** .".:'"» .'.!»■•. W)S
1 Nut liiscuit pref- 121 121 121 121
So National Carbon. . 125% 1-7 li-:.'... US
M do pref liw 1 * 11*4 ire »I»V4
23 People's Gaa 107U Un% 107' i TiT - »
V. Quaker O»t« pri-f.llt4li 104 '-i 104 44 KM.
i' 4 Kwlft at Co JO"-".* l«3 102% 103
«2 Ho Fide ElevntM. "7 .'.7 .17 M
23£toJ] KM Hi- 10* los
1.342 Rears 1C» !•«♦ Ml Ml
'£> Cnit«»(l Boxboard.. » :> '.» ft
X Street*! a*-<a *-< 'JJ 5*5 * '•'*» :t"i
BONDS.
JlO.OWChic C B I*l C«W2», MMi I"- ♦ !"-'•»
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER It WO.
"ISEni!."^.^ I-""m:::::::: S f!C 1 'Ik 1
600 +% Mo.. Kansas & Texas | 34\ SfW |«Vse f* £* «4v!
1«0 +•, Mo.. Kansas & Texas pr.. « M " •• g g»
5.900+1% Missouri Pacific 56 L£%s I,^, IV, 140
100 Nashville & Chattanooga.. 'is:. 135 »* «g %i S
1.230 +% National Lea.l SB» .^» SSi « S S
.W National of Mexico 2d pr.. SW 33 > 32% S? 33
2,150 + % Nevada Con. Copper | 20% "J*,*" iiSm2ll3
1,200 iVi New York Central 114 OM^L Pffif «S «*
20 — I New York. Chi. & St. 1..... 63' i ,gs.Sj .Ha iSa ;v.
100 + % New York. N. H. &II IWWIS4K lj*J? W» Pg* Pg
COOj + 2 New York. Ont. & West...; 4F* 42 Uilt? iiSa. 119?! 119t_
6.230 + 2 Northern Paolflc üß * 11W. U Si u £? U 2,?
100 lontario Silver jB4J& «• ,f,f 2, ,, 2 T_?
200t +V, *l>aciflc Mail 31 31% 31 31^ 31 31»»
300 -1% Pacific Tel. & Tel |43 I « ,4$ iSSiSff lsS
3.000 ♦ H Pennsylvania Railroad 129% J30% 129 % ffifflffig SB
400 _ H people's Gas & Coke 107% l«ft!«2 IOT*. 10TW 107V^
300 +1% Philadelphia Co 93 Mfl 93 93V. &.% iIOO
100 +1 P.. C. C. & St. L. 9« N 9b 96_. X, 10^
200 +aj pittsburjr Coal 17% m 1«% i^" gj JL
l.« ♦*k i Pressed Steel Car 54 34 34,34 Jgk 34^
100 Railway Steol. Spring 34 34 34 34 33% 34,*
js s gSfSS steel Sprinff pr "" iSSi i!nl iS* iB4 &Si
tS M g^ifiand:::::::::::::::::: 1^ *% ** g* gg jg
K«0-a; Rock Island pr 63 63 63 63 6u^ b4%
200 + % St. Louis & S. F. 2d pr 40% 41^ .***» -*g*
300 -1 Sears-Roebuck 168 1© •If U69 167 1W»
200 tIU 'Sloss-Sheff. Steel & Iron.. 52^ 68$ ,s?^,^ .??„.?:]?
3.900 + .< Southern Pacific 116« 115% ttlB% 1UK
1.10) _2 | Southern Railway 24b 24\ Sffl £S ffi
1.1 JO + v Southern Railway pr i«j Lg»LgW I !P 4 .Sf^LS? 4
200 +3 Texas Co 136 136 135 13*> !•>> ia>>
4.100 +"% Tennessee"Copper.".'.".'.'.'.".'..| 3-H4 mi »j* % m m
\jm + M Texas & Pacific I 2SVi 2SU »4 2SJ4 2S\, 2S^
800 +% Texas & Pacific 1,3. Tr.... 1 901,: 90^1 90% 90j4j » I 90
1,250 — Third Avenue Railroad.... U% U% U% U% 11% IWi
400 +i; Toledo. St. L. & West 26% j 2fi^| 26 . ?<%| 26 26^
200 — - Toledo. St. I* & West, pr.j BT% 87%] BT% 57V2 57 67%
150—% Twin City Rapid Transit.. 113 113 113 113 114
21.000 i % Union Pacific. 1 167% 168% 167% 16%. I«M4 165%
100 +1 Union Pacific or ...I 92 92 92 92 91% 92»s
100 — : United Dry Investment pr. 00 160 « j 60 104
100 — - Unite<l Ry. Investment pr. GO GO 60 fiO 60 60%
MaJ United States Rubber I 36V4! 36*4 ,36% ,*?• 36V4 5 »
109 f% United States Rubber Ist pr 110 110 110 110 109% ; 111
40.700 ♦ < United States Steel I «9%| 7034 69 •« 70% rO-% .0-\
*°"wo — United States Steel pr 118% 118%|11S\4 118% 118% 115%
3.500+% Utah Copper 49^4 49^ 49% 49% 19*4 49vb
am' +hi Vlrglnla-Car. Chemical \ 60% CO% 60^4 60% \\ bM,
Soo— ii Wabash 17 17 16 3*3 * 16JS lbT& 17
1.300 4-8 Wabash pr i 37% 57% 37 % 37% 3.% 37*6
120-15 Wells-Fargo Express 160 160 160 100 160 1«
900—I Western Union Telegraph. 75%! 75V4| (4% <4% i „4% •»
]..■««» -l'{, Westinghouse Mfg 71 171 70 70 , ,0 71
300—% Wheeling & L.. K. 2d pr... 6^! 6% 6% 6% 6 7
100—1 [Wisconsin Central j54 164 64 54 n4 00
__J ! — i ! I I I
BOND MARKET SALES. !
MOO&Jap 4>;f< 94^,1 1000 Int-Met 4^s. MJ4
UnK) do l'4V 8000 do "**
MO9 do 23 94*» 80000 do ■■■•••,?;}-•
i 1000 X V C 4VjS . 0000 Int R T ."is. . .101;,
U67 10S»» 1500 Int & O N M
am do 4%i..v.ioik ■ ctfs -••■}!?,
■ WOO do 101 1000 I C Ist 6a...J04*
I "<hm> do 4s 1957 it".* 1 * 2»«Kt XC Bo M...101
IHHK) do IS6B. . 9»H SOW L. 8 & MSo
2000 do 195»... !K»u. Deb 45... ■ • ••*
9000 do 9M« 10000 do 4s 1031; 93
MOO Alb & 8 SV4" :y.\ 3000 do J^'>
1000 Allis-Ch 5a.. 7914 6000 do •'•>
2000 Am A C 58.102 5000 do 3Us.. 11^
1000 Am T & T C 2000 I- & N L 4s. J)BH
4s 01U 2000 M Kft T Ist
83000 do Cvt 45. 103 : 4s ;••■ »
' 2000 Am Tob to! 100* lfin<» M P Cvt Be.. 93%
BOUQ d,. 105%| 1000 do 93%
&000 do 105% :>"<""> do 4s <»^t
2*oßo do 4s 80%| 1000 do M ft r O, ( , c^
10it0 Armour 4^s. 02% M Div 55.1054
1000 do ....... »2* 3000 N C ft St I.
Hn«li> A T it S P Ist Con 5^.110
IWUO MJ ft. . R2K MM N Bl Rlt 4s 77%
j loo.*-) do Btpd .. 92% 1«nn» do '>\i
; 11<n»0 do Gen 4s. 99% 6000 NYC Gen
2000 do Cvt Bs. 108% 3V»s *&+
3000 no Cvt 45. 10;, , £000 SY.O.tBL
2000 do l"-"' : II &>' 49.. 8 " -
UOM do 10.". 1 12000 X V NH& II
j.«h) do Hots.. . 3 i ! Deb <;s l"-> ,
2UOO At & B 4b.. 11000 X V Tel 4%8. 98%
6000 At C 4s.slOF 96 , 100© Jo "5.,
MM to Lft N 2000 do •'•■*
4s !'2'i 3000 do •'>"'■»
.VVK) do 1" I l<»0>) N ft \V Con
look do y^'sl 4s mil 9b 1 *
1<»» B ft O Gold 1 1000 «« '■«'>
4S4 S {••>% .vmm da 99*6
ll<(00 da '.''- t: » -"■ do ''■'' 4s.'. 100%
1< «M) do PL. Eft 2000 do 100%
W v 4s. 92 KiOihi x P Gen :<s.. il> j
20<v>0 do pr 3%« 80% 4»XM) do Pr 45... 101
SOW do Bw 34s 01 ; f*Hto OKft X Con
MIOO Beth Stl Da. »m 4s 9f1%
2<XXX) BUT 45... 83% 1 20000 P T ft T sa. 97%
2000 Cof G Con I lot") do ./; J*7Mt
,',„ .... .107% 18000 Pa 3Mss 1915. t*>\
10000 do Ist Inc »1 1 6000 do B*l4
4000 do 3d lnc ' 2000 PCC& St I.
Btpd .3. K.i 4s 0 98%
20<»0 Cent L. Ss.. 99% WVn> do 99
7<»00 do c. 99%] t'>""o Read Gen 4s. 96%
low ceni P Gtd ; I*""** <Ir> •■■ '••'• l
In b2OF 97 i 1000 do .T C Col
2(iOO do !W I 4s ;>1 =
4CKK) do . «20F. W* ■ 10000 St LIM ft S
Hmio do < .' l * 1 » Gen fis .... 1"7%
MOB do M .W0 do 108
50000 C ft O CM 5000 do It & 0
4'~s .. 93U 4b ....... ••■-
88M do"Gn 4Vi5.102% 70«t0 st 1. &SI" R
2CtOO do 102S R Gen 55.. 87%
i ax)O do B ft A 'i' l " do R< ' 45.. 82%
Ist Con 07 . WKH) St L Bwn Ist
10i)0 Chic & Alt I 4s 91%
S^a ..«aoF 72% 10000 Scab A I* AJj
l<««o Chic ft N,W I 5s 7" t
Con 7s .. 111 ' 2000 do ''-'Id 4a
4000 do 112 I st l"l •••• s^*
70000 Chic B & Q ' 2000 do 84%
Gen 4.» ... f>7V, BOON So i' C T 4s. 92%
4<«)0 do .Tl 45.. 88% I'""' do !'-'■»(
I:*<nX> do 99% I f*>M 'I" 92% ,
13000 do . .. !""'•:■ SOOO do Ist li-f !
2<>fMii> do 85. tH) r f»! 4s 984
1400 do 111 Dlv 21000 .1, Cvt 45.. :»- !
::'... .-T. 88% 1 "••• do 88%
MOO do 4s 100%|«40(K» do . {».*V
so.", <• «t \V 45.. 86% j 10000 So Ry Gen 4a 7'>' t
4'«»» C M * St P ■ lOiHXt do MM
4- 1934. i)3%J250(i0 do 7«i
r<«irt Ho 93 1000 T>" I & R T
40W do Dub «is.U3';j ia 4t 4
1000 do W Val I I'"* 1 Third Ay Ist
0s 114 5a I°7',.
WOO CRI ft I' "**' 'i ■• r °» 4s. •63
Gen 4s : SMMMI do Btpd •'«-" 1 4
10«KHi do Re! is. 90% .'.OOO do 63%
l>l(i<«» do ... 90%|11000 do 63
lOitrt do hlt 4s 7.'. ! noun do ...... sa%
IMOB do ... 74% 142000 do 82%
31<hn( do 7.-, ■ man do •*%
."K>fiO C CC & St 1 6000 do 62%
7. <;.-, 4>. '.»»••_ :,.v«i do «'•
r<(V«> C& S Ist 4s 4 CBOOO no *'•"**
1000 do . 96% 21<»00 do 63
MM do Rft Ex ! 7000 VEI 1- Inc.. 37%
4Vs . . 9« I r,<ifxi Ul' Ist 4b. l«l%
iS4O do ... ■ '-' '» ♦'-•"•' •!" I'tiU
22<n«> do 98% h^kmi do Cnvt 1b1034
1000 Dft H Cvt ' -'""" l! " 103%
4M4 M 98% 1000 II B R& I •'>•- ' S 7S
3<»rt«>l)<n ft It G : l""<> do S7'i
Con 4p :«.'• I I<MM» V s Rub 6a. 102%
100.1 D Sec •■ 5a 73% 1 21000 r SStIS F
1000 Erie IFt C. ,11 T.s 104 <;
4R4 R M , 800 do l«4'j
4000 .i,. 854 WOO do 104'
1000 do Gen 4s. 75% 1080 Va I C & C
5000 do Cnvt 4P 5a 98%
n TO Him Wall 2.3 5a... M0
4000 do 70% 5000 do I: * Ext
| iofir» do 70 4s fis%
1000 do Cnvt 4* ariOOO do «s',i
A 7414 701K) V ill. P T Ist
25000 do ... .75 ' Ctfs M
1000 Oo Ist Fnd ; iflOO West Md 45.. 86%
7b 118 WOO do «8%
8000 do Pa C T i4O(HI do *«'»
4. .....87 SOOO West B F sa. 'M
800 Gen Bl Deb 2000 West Sh 45.. 101%
r. ? . 14 4. ■ s<mh> do 101%
1000 do 145 {12000 do T*r !*»'j
1000 Or B Deh B 14% •'■"■•" do ■-• M%
,000 H ., ;. Val Ist 110000 W HOT f.s.K*)
4> s s ......102% 3000 W C Gen 4s. 'M' 3
Total sales of bonds, $1,620,500.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
Bid Asked. Bld.Ask»d.
America ... 575 «*> Irvln X N E. 200 210
Am Kxch . . -'.'• - - Ji'lTerson .... -- lbJ
Audubon N. 108 110 Liberty «25 —
JKtna Nat.. 175 IM) Lincoln 400 425
Kronx Hr 300 — iManhat C 0... 315 330
Pronx Sat . 195 206 MM ft lAd" 245 250
lottery Pk 115 125 Metropolis •• 390 410
H ( .werv • 37.'. — IMech ft M N 235 24.i
Y-.HrhVu 140 143 Mercantile.. 150 160
Mart Pk. i 155 l.» Metropolitan: 200 210
mii &1 V IfiO — Merchants' . 180 182
k'l uTv ' ' 17- 17:. Merchants' E 100 170
Chase . '. . 42.". 440 Mount Morris MO 200
Chatham ..310 130 Mutual 2M SB
0 »-!i,l. :il 425 430 Naaaau 240 — ■
• : i«,r.(iil ..400 — ■ 19th Ward... 250 M 0
Tnunlbia- : - 4irr. sight * Dai **> m»
/• ... i-,,|i :{<it: . — Nor Nat — l'«
»S R.ver: 11.V* 123 Pacific :. : ::. : : S.B.
Fidelity .....Ifv 175 ;; > «rk gj* fg^
53 S S rsSKV::::a S
X ./«;%'^3 IScW-Kx-. ■«
14th Ktreet. 150 153 Rherman •>;'■; -
GalUtln -■• «'» 340 Seaboard ... 3W —
Carfl^ld ... 290 SGO Beyond 400 425
German Am 140 IM Mai. 175 a*»
n^man Eg. 455 MB 12th Ward... — 140
«er"enia -f^» 665 2»d Ward 140 _
cot am Nat 150 156 I'nlon Ejccß, MS —
n^nwlch . 255 263 Wash ■■"•'• —
Hanover-.- «10 OSS W««tSMe...(W -
Imp * Tr.. 640 MS Yorkvllle . -
» ' »New stack.
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(Furnlshfd by Wllllanw. McConnt-ll .v Coleman.
No. M ail street.)
' Bid. Asked.
1
•^i-^a"".':::::::::::::::::: S
«io Ist r-\r -\ S iW
ClUai Servk'- ' H M
do prefrrKl . . . . . ■ • /•' ',
Denver G«s * Kl.e r,a Jjl J;:
'„!,.,, litatrlrt El pre« 7| M
do Bd« • • .V,' „,-
rjnroli Gas ftjaertric 7*7 * -„
'•r^^ K !:^::::::::::::::^ S
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
and the closing quotations for stocks In
which there were no transactions yester
day on the New York Stock Exchange:
Last ,, — Closing. —
Sale. BM. Asked.
Adams Express 280 280 —
Am Act Chen pref 102 IW> —
Am Beet Sugar pref 83 V-? J'j a
Am Brake Shoe &- Fdry «5 l i W% **
do pref 125 ISO's »28
Am Car A Foundry pref 1144 U4 I.*1 .* 114
Am Coal 120H 80 w
Am Cotton Oil pref 103% WSH —
Am Kxpresa 2*7 236 ,- tv
Am Hide & Leather 4 » ** 4*
Am Unseed 12 1J I
do pr.-f 38% SI 33
Am Locomotive pref Wo WBJ* I<M
Am Malt ■*'- O4O 4 . 2 _•»
do pref 80*4 80% 32
Am Smelt pref £5 87 87H »»%
Am Snuff 285 240 —
do pref 101 1 1"" 101%
Am Tob prer »4% « «♦£
Am Woolen 30' 4 29% 88%
do pref '.'•"• '•'•* 3 '•'•_• *
Ann Arbor 33 -'■> £>
do pref 70 «W <-
Atchison pref UK»!i IO»% t<x"2
Baltimore &• Ohio pref 80 88 , i)}
Hatapilas Mining 2% -■* -•*»
Bethlehem Steel 2-"<?« 27 2»
Buffalo, Koch & Pitta 102 8G l<>-»
do pref 127 123 140
Butterick Co 30 30 •«•'*
Canada Southern «0% 0B «-■»
Central of New Jersey 261 270 800
Chicago & Alton 33 34 30
do pref ♦ i + 7 » — 05"*
Chic Bur & Quin.-y ■. 229 'A*> —
Chic Great Western 24 2.1 4*4 * '-*
do pref ...41% 47*4 4 ;
Chic. I & L. pref — 80 80
Chic. M &ft I* pref 148% 147% 14!»
C si p. M & 0 150 136 ISO
do prof IM> 146 165
Chic Union Tract 2% 2% 3
do pref 4',, 5 i <
C. <•. C&St L, 7.'>'* 72 It
do pref »00% 88 ll<>
Col & So Ist pref 74 74 75
do 2d pr»>f 71 73 78
Col .v Hock Coal & lr .'. 5% •
Consol Coal 07% 10«
Com I'roducts Kef I-"' 1 - 15' ? M
do prof 7« 75% 7tf*i
Del, L«ck & West 828 ."><'."• .'•••<>
DM&Ft i) ;> •'«,, IS
Ketrolt United It li f>"! 88% 01
I'iKtillliiK Securities 20% -'•» .'SO
l-v<l M A- 8 -«> 25 40
do prrf -59 80% •!"_'
federal SiiK<«.r ♦'0 •: |1 —
do pref 88 88
General Chemical Co 05 80 V*
do pref 10.". 100 lt»4
Granby Mining 4O 88 I<K)
Great Northern Ore Ctfs SO% 81 87%
Havana Blec Kway i' 4 94 --
do prrf 08 — ''••■«
Hockinc Valley 14<t 130 14rt
Ingeraoll Rand Co 105 08 —
<!,. j.ref Mi UN. —
Int Harvester pref 121 12" 122
Intern'! Paper 12* ill \i 12
lilt Steam rump 42"* 4. 4'_ >:> *
do pref M% S.1 1 * >>^,
lowa Central 17's 17% 17' i
do pref .'t4'/» :i.'! :tl' a
Kan City. Ft S &■ M pref..... 71 72 75
Keok & D M pr.f 40 33 4-"»
Knlck Ice of 0 pref 71 «'.7 7.".
lAckawanna Steel 3S'4 34 3S'i
I... ■!.■<(•■ c.is pref 95 80 102
I«jU.- Erie & West pref 40 4" i:>
I^iiK [aland 08 07% 88%
Manhattan Beach •"• — 2?i
Marine 8% •".'» ••'»
do prpf 17 17 17' 4
Michigan Central — - - I****
M A St L. pref 4« »^ 83
M st Ps * s st M pref 14*1 it:. ISO
do Leased Lines 884 88V4 W
National Btsculi 110., l"" 1 * 110%
do prof 121% 121 122
Nat Enameling A Stpsr 17Vi !•% 174
do pr. f 86% 82 87
Nat Lead pr«»f ' 103% 1<>:: 105%
Nat of Hex pref .. 70' i 7'> 7" '2
New Cent Coal R2Vi i<> 00
N V Air Hrake 77 76 77
N V. C A St 1, Ist prof 108% l«»6'i 116
.i.. 4 M pref 85 8«% 01
N V Divk -".» 28 .T>
do pref *2^ 70 M
Norfolk .4 Western 08 M 88%
do pref 00 Xl o'>
North American t;7'-4 »57 •>'.»
Pacific Coast 101% »*• io<*
do Ist pr»-f 105 Wt IJO
do -.1 pref 10.*. 10i> 118
P<-oria At Kast 20 'JO 22
P. C. C * St L pref 1J54 105 110
Pitts Coal prof 88% 08 (R)
Pitts. )• \V & Chic 173^ 164' i —
Pressed Steel Car prof 85 1 * OH 07
Pullman Palace Car MS 16m 1«3
Quicksilver - 2 :i
do pr*if ■"• -"« 0
Reading Ist prof PS% Rt'. I ,^ 88%
do 2d pref 07 JO '-3 98
Rep Iron & Steel 31% .12 82%
.1., pref 83 J>'^ "^ tCl^i
Hut land R R <"o prof 30 20 30
F>t L & s y Ist pref 83 :,!• 03
.st L & a X C A: B 111 Ctfs 125 — ISO
d.> ctfs prt'f 11«% — 118
do new ..> 53 .">4 «;0
St L A Southwest 20 :.'« .10
do pref 07 «7 70
Hears Roebuck pref 121% 128
South Porto Rico Sugar 00 >>-
do pref 11l 100 113
Booth 11 It M& O Certs 88% 70 S.I
Toledo Railways A: LlKht *'* 71;7 1 ; 8
Un Hap & Paper S*4. I » (»
do pref 88 r.4 80
Knifed Cigar Iffg pref 101% UN) 10S
[Tnlted I>rv Goods pref 104% 104 105
United Kway Investment ■"" '■'.'* 81
C » Cast Iron Pipe & Fo M 1". IG%
do nref 57 ** .'2 r.7
V s Express 100 100 lit*
U S Realty & Imp «f>'i 08 CO
r s Reduc & Ref •; •! 7S
do pref 13 15'; 23
IT S Rubber 2d pref 71 n% 74
Vandalla R R J® . 72U —
Vii-CHr Chen pref T-'2'4; 122 Vi 124 Vi
Va Iron C& C 80 48 , «i
West Maryland 47*« 47^ 4H
,; , pref "O 08 «To';
Westlnaneusr Mfg Ist prrf... 1:!' 129
Wheel A Like Krle '•'• 5% .%'i
do lat pref 1- 1" 12
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Tin- following shows yesterday's closing
quotations for government bonds, rom
;.jir<-il with Saturday's:
— Oct. 8, — — Oct. 10. —
Hid. Asked. Hi.l Atik«d.
I*. S. is teg.. 1880 i<»>% IOIU 1<»<»?i loi*«
r .-: 2a coupon. 1030...100« i 101% HKt», 10|>,
I?! B. .'ls. reff.. "*I S 10i»« 102H 101% 102H
IT. S. :n coui»on. 1015...U>1»; UU."»' # ."» 101% 1024
V S. 45 coupon. 1M5. ..11C n.*>'i 11.'. 118%
I'.iimina 2h. r.-K . 108t...100% 101U 100 ; lop;
Panama 2s. re«.. 1038.. .loo?;* — l*> 0»; __
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
I Btd.Al Itld.Aßknd.
•Hiiiß fJ Ss.. 05 — Pat & PC... M •m
•C u<; r»s...i«>rt 101 H «p c « — 114 !m;
•1 „ Ist c Da. 102 I<»s standard M 7s
In I Gas .... II 1« do pref 70 00
•Jack <1 .In .VH 05 •« J (!•■•■.. «.» »3
•X '■ niii... fiT 1110 •KtlM v m <;■ 100 iot?3
•M(W) Ist fl»K»a — 81. • Ti11... m [)•>
Mutual 150 100 Bl POHb, t»7 Un
N i' Oaa fi». OS 101 lyra <■ Ist :.*. \i;< 101
'XV A Kit Ss.lOO Mi BLt& I' 5a.. 70 74
•do eon -'«. 95 100 '
•And Interest. (i( i
OUTSIDE SECURITIES
Arter ■ ccneraliy strong opening. . with
animation „ hi' leading copper stock*, '
which to a certain e*t< " extend^ to •"»*
of th« industrial* the market lor outside
«Li r rtu" d rveloped • reactionary tendency
and In many instances flUJtatlona fell , bo
low Saturday's finals, One of £c principal
features of the trading aS the sharp ml- ,
Vance in Uniu-d Cigar Manufacturers of !
points from the previous <: £ w h|l>1 ' was U
attributed to the dividend declaration Chi
cago Subway was heavy. Intercontinental
Rubber ruled sTead" !" «• Z^l^
copper stocks continued leaders Inspira
tion was in good demand at a slight im
provement. -China, after a steady opening
ran off % Greene-Cananea Rained a small
fraction Ely Central declined 9c. Ray
Consolidated, Miami and Ilrltish Columbia
were, stead y The silver shares wen almost
entirely neglected. Bonds were quiet but
steady. Detailed operation* follow.
INDUSTRIAL.
Bales. open. High. Lew. Laat.
300 Bay State Gas.. * .* _Jj _ *
4.000 tint Rub Tr eta IS** • Jf* -•'■»
4.000 tJuly Oil 49 ■? 4 ? W -*
l"0 N V Transport. "- •', ?, •
«05 t Palmer oil .. Iff I' 1 P '•« '<"»
91 Standard Oil -.600 600,, •* «*>
1.070 United (1 K ar MO2 *'»» ''- „ ♦>' . .
TOO V B L-laht & H i'» -„ ** '♦»
2X do pref ■ *•* * *»
RAILROAD.
200 Chicago Sub ... 4 * * *
MINING.
1.780 Ariz can •* •» i* 4%
1.500 Braden Cop .... -»f. ♦* * 7
S. 100 Brit Col C0p.... •* ' £ V *»
500 Caledonia Mln.. *» .^ Itt^" ,_™
*Sero*:::::8» & & if*
C.OOO Cobalt Cent .... ' J2 It , i£
300 Consol Ariz Sm I* 1% .V' SJ
500 Davls-D Ca p. -A -A il* i-"
00.000 tKly Cent 24 -, -, V,
3.400 Ely Con 29 ■ -" , *" , r'
100 First Nat Cop.. 34* 3% ;|' 3%
470 Florence -'» rT* =" J ?£
1.500 Glroux Mm .... " » iff -,' i?
8.000 Greene-Can .... 7 l * '*♦ i,* 71!
6,300 Inspiration Cop. <•'* •''« '* ..i "
15,000 t Jumbo Exten.. » » -•» ".,*
700 Kerr Lake •* »,»A « ••
800 La Rose C0n.... 3*4 ..f* -«s»« s » ";•
1.000 Little Miami.... ■% •'• «J" rf-»
2.000 tUttle Nlplsslng » »* ™ ■» .
800 aiason Val new. 1»*» *( » fs m
800 Miami Cop 1»^ !•.»■• X ® % 2^*
45 Mines of A new 5 & „ ft r.
4.000 +McKln-Dar..sl 0« $1 02 ?1 00 $1 0
200 Nev-Utah M& 3 1 ' « «
e2Nlpls>lng MlnwloH 10^ -8 IM4
•M Ohio cop 1H» ** I t* •?
500 Pac Smelters... ft A t ™ 17 *
400 Precious Metals ITs ',« ■» »'»
25,000 Rawhide Coal'n «'i '> a • - ,!J
500 Rawhide Queen. 12 M ■ . J
1£ Stewart .-7* .„> 17 * ,-,
200 Sup & Pitts.... 13Vs ."■»." 51 ?.3
2.7U0 Tonopah Kxt..sl 00 ?1 0t» ,$1 «j 51 o^,
1.'.0 Tonopah Mm... •* V* ° *
.TOO tTramps Con . . 4 4, • *„
200 Tularosa »* ' , : L 8L 8 £2
700 Tuolumne Cop... »H «J •*
100 United Cop .... 4* j» 4* jf»
1.100 + Yellow Jacket. 4.1 4.. 43 *•>
S.BOO Yukon Gold M.. 4 4 • 4
BONDS.
$1.-,.000 West Pac «•.. •** »*H 0»?. ss * la (
•Odd lots. fSella cents per share.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Three-fifth* of the total business of 34.630
shares on the Consolidated Exchange was
don© in the last two hours. I nder the in
fluence of the good government crop re
port showing the market closed j£™ n £'
with indications that trading was broad*
ing out somewhat following an «tremel>
dull period .early in the day. Commission
houses handled toward the close mam odrt
lot buying orders among the specialties as
well as the standard stocks the list of
different stocks changing hands numbering
forty-seven, an excellent showing under
the 'circumstances. Last Saturday's bank
statement was regarded favorably, and l the
exhibit made by the monthly tonnage
statement by the United States Steel Cor
poration was construed as reflecting past
rather than future conditions In the Indus
try. Detailed operations follow:
STOCKS.
bale*. Open. High. Low. Last
BSOAmal Copper... »W ? £•% '.: tl .« "JJ*
40 Am Beet Sacar. :::»> »J4 •■';-• ■•• t5-20t 5
20 Am Cotton Oil. 64% ••-»■» »J2 •'!•»
40 Am Locomotive 31 37 ■''•••.1. 1 •••
2.680 Am Smeltlns... 6»^i 7o'i «•* ''.'.*
10 Anaconda Cop.. «•% 4..'* I•• ? 40!4
10 Anaconda Cor>.- 40' i 4<>U 4OU 40.
430 At Top & S F..100% 101U 100* I''l>
280 Bait & Ohio. .107 1 * 10« 107^ 10. Jj.
JK» Brooklyn R T.. 76»» 7»;j; 76% ••• »
Wean Pacific l<v. «W% 10« - 1W
OHTio-i • 0hi0... si ■■» MM a t SI * wji
530 C Mil & St p.. 122s las 1 — 1^ '
::t»coi p-u»i & r... "--i 33J4 ,:r-,*, :r -,* ••:;,'
aOConaol Gas 13.-, r 'i. 13$'» 133 l?-j?i
170 Denver AUG. 32% 33 32 Va g,
U» do pref 7.".'* ' :: * • • . * .',_:.•
2SO Erie 27' i 27 ■» 27*« -■ _■>
10 do Ist PR*... «M «•% 4^-j, 4»%
2O Gt Xoithcrn pf.127% 1»H 127;/, »»Jj
70 Inter-Met 2«'i •» ? "">
40 do pref SJ« M« r '«* •= '^**
30 Kansas City So. 81% - » •«» •■- »
.1O Louis & Nash..l4rt I4| M« 14J
WtJli) Kft T ... 35 -\' 34^3 »•%
•TO Missouri Pacific ••*'< .•<■>» 6B- •_". *
100 National Lead. »J4 ."«}» «*» :*
10 Nevada Consol. 20% '-'0 ■» 20 SMS
120 N T Centra 1....114%. ...114% 114% 113% ll«»
DON V Ont * W.. 41". 42 «* 4
240 Nor pacinc 1»« lIJH i is 'v '.••;*
» Pacific Mail.... 31* Sl»4 31 ». 31^
180 Pennsyhrjuaui .-13»» 130 4 130 130%
0,720 Reading . .1411% 1474 1*« 147%
190 nook island - 31% «■ M* 3
420 Southern Pac...11-> x « »«•> t I J'v > '» *'•..
Southern Ry... M% 24 \ 24S -4*4 *
10 do pref W» "« » «■••
ISO Term Copper... 35 A; ' ■'•' • •' -
IPO Third Avenue*.. 11?4 '- 'Jp '**
4.050 Union Padflc.:i67ft ■& -si i
10.7WU S Steel < rt <",t "'," i,|?
30 ITtah Copper «'.-', »% «W 4!-\
a»V»-C»r Cheni... «•% «^ ♦*>*. »Jj
--<• abash pref... ■!% : "* •»■? '. ' ' ',»
00 Western Union. 75 •■• • 4 « '.''♦
IHO West in-house E 70* .0^ «> * *■'"'
34 630 Total salos.
MINING.
T...rio Atlanta '2 12 .12 .12
lOOßelmont 4 in 4.10 4io 4.10
«ocoMoi vi ■;■;•, .05 -v. -i-j
I.OOOCOD «•;'= •'••'= •»» -»J*
inn F"l Paso -*4 ."■* •^'*
HH).;oldn.M < 0n... 50T 8.00 8.«0 8.0O v
200 Jim Butler... 2f»' 3 .2»% .29% --•>"*
•ISSSSS-^-SS 'I ll i|
300 Nevada Hi 11 5.".2.35 2.L.; j.--> ---•»
TWTSSoWh ifct..l.« ' « •<»« "' ; '^
7,008 Total sales.
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
. CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing '910- 27
/Furnished by Swartwout A- AppenzHlar. No 40
* Pine street.*
Name Maturity. Interest yield.
Allan Coast Lin- 4p P. 1'.»10--17 . . .^ 4J 44
Huff Roches &- Pitts «-4% p c IP >l^- 2. •* 4H
Cent of Georgia Ry «£-5 r> c, W lO- 'IT .• 4%
Cent R ROf X J IP .■ IPIO--17.... 4% 41J
enra & Ohio 4 p •■. mm I. ....... B 4Vj
Chic & Alt 4-4H-K p <-. U»1O--1!>. .. S. .'-'*
<-hlc * Kast 111 4- 5 P c 11.10 -17.. .-.'* 4* 4
CWc R I* P 4", •p C. 1910-19..;; f.» 4^,
Tin Ham &1- 4^-.". PrP r lt>lo- J0. . . . ■•'•. 4'i,
Del & Hud 4H p ■• 1922 •* ♦' i »
Brl« 4-4V4-5 p c, l»10-*« ...... »
Hiking Val 54Wp c. IM^M 3 4%
Hud & Manhat ■ » c/ 1010- 19. ■••;•• • «
Kan City Ft SAM 4j p. 1011. 18 ..S« 4»*
Kan (*itv So 4H P «'. is.i.l ■■!.-. oo v*u * 4"»
iVhVh Val R at' 4P4 P 4% PC. MM 'M... 4* 4%
Mo I'ac 5 p •". 1010*17 f>W 4'»
Mohl* \- Ohio 4.1 pc. 1010 W. r, 4%
N V Cent Lln-s 5p c ir>lo-'22 4S 4 .
Norfolk & W 4 „ .-. 101i>; ;t«... 4S 4^
Pennsylvania 3H-4 pC. I^lo I. ♦ » » ♦
!Vo&S r A 4 ft 3Kp c. U.IO--17. . .■< S ■ ••%
'ao £.; rvc*r Ep c. i;.io 17. »« 4 »
SeuV^urd A i- 4S-.'> P c: 1010-17.... -■■" «
Southern Ry 3%-i-4% p c -1 .. M 44*
Virginian Rv 41!4 1 ! c. PC. 1910 -• V ".• »» •
Wabaah R U It" Pf. 19l °-^V ..W." I*^ 1 ?
Wheeling & L E Mi - r ' p C 1910V5.. ■ 3
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
tFurniahed by Bwartwout & Appenzellar, No. 40
Pine street.)
Appro x.
Name Maturity. Hid. Ask. yl^id.
Am Cigar 4p c. Mch 15. 1»11.. ■•% l-iO 1 * 6.75
Jo 4,. c at< 15. 1912 •• ••* .'..10
Bah & Ohio 4Pft M" 10. 1911 90 ** 100 400
do 41,4 1 , pC. June. 1913 ■- ♦ M 4'"l
lieth Steel Corp 0P c. Nov. ll»14 »£ M U 7.20
Chic • All 5p c. Men 18. 1913. . »»% B»^ .-. IB
Cln 11 1 & I) 4p c. July. 1013... l>7** »7\ Bio
CC V ' & LR pV. June. 1: '" t'»''-» i«»»V9 400
1> & 11 equip 44 p C July. 1K2.100S I'M 1 * 4.45
Brie « r> c April 8. »11 »!>!» I*»>\ 8.10
Gen Rubber 414 1 - i> ''. July. 1015. to $»4Vi fI.OO
Hudson Cos ap C, «-»ct 15. 1911. M M 7-(«
do 0 v c Feb. 1913 «7 88 6.12
Interbar It T0 P c, May. 1011.. 1024 102' i S.OO
Kan CJ It • L.« !• c. Sept. 1912. ff> '•''•' •>*
do 5 p c. May IS, IMS... 94% 05% T.BB
Lacka Steel 5 D c. Mch. 1915.. 81 BBH 7.10
Minn & st 1/.'. p c. »•'•■ 1911.. Us^ ••% <•""»
Mia X * 1 5 l> c. AUK. M 1.... W« IK' 1 * 7.1
N V Central Linen equip 8 p c.
Nov. lt'io 'M. • 4S 14 ■» pc basis
do »'- „i- .in: l'.»ll-"2r> 4Sift*4 « » c basis
N V NHftH 5 P «■, 1011-12. ..1004 lorn —
I. • 8 X4 1 - p c X.-i.. IMS:. BTH :»7 T » 8%
do Ope. Men, 1913 •> 97 ' i •*•
Southern Rv 5 p <• Feb. 19 3. . 07% OSS r,70
Tidewater Co 6v c June. 1913. .10»% lm>\ MM*
. item TftTs pc. Feb. »U. 00% M .'- SO
house EftM 8P c Aug. 1913. !K» T » IBWJ »X>
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(^irnlshed by AY. N. Coler 4: Co.. N* 43 Cedar
street.)
(Accrued tnti-rest to be added.)
Bid. Asked.
•4.. March. li»;ti» •••'» >»>'« ltilS
•4 ! - November, lV>57 101 10l'«
♦4'i. May. 18ST.. IMH M>l >
•4H November. 1917 102H 108
•»-., May. 1-..17 .... I°2J* IOSH
•4.s May. l!O9 *» J. 1«»\
•4s. .•int.- 1. 105H I*-' '» 8»%
•4m. May. 1981 } « l '« 90S
•4h, May, l»l'.» ••• ■ !l!( '» 99H
t4a. November. 1955-*6«J- 88 ii-v 4
t4». November. 11<1«1 9s 95%
•:•.'■• November. 1»M •"•■'» Ks'; kh»*
}3').. May. I9M ■•■ **** t>*\
I.'t'ii. ltt&0-'B4 ■ Wi^4
i::'v. November. l»41 „ hS RS%
I»H November, 192« 91 " M
|3Vi. November, 1922 • • 88 94
IS 1 -?. November. 191*. ■ 9.*. MS
«.i's, November, 1914 97»* taW
18a, November, 1910 ' 100}« 101%
•Coupons mtarenaaajaabla •!:■ atotarad |c«aj
.puna. IReglatered aa4 coupons. VMarUag
KNICKERBOCKER
TRUST COMPANY
358 Fifth Avc. 60 Broadway
Lenox Avc. & 12 sth St. Third Avc. & 148 th St.
MVV YORK
Transacts a General Trust Company Basin
Issues Letters of Credit
\ccepts Management of Real an.l Personal Property
Collecting Income and Remitting as Directed
Safe Deposit Vaults at All Offices
CAPITAL-SURPLUS
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN' TRADING.-Forelun houses |
were not factors in the local stock mar- ;
ket. dealing in only a few hundred shares.
THE COPPER MARKET.— The recent
buying movement In copper which ab
sorbed close to 25,0'j0.C'00 pounds, according
to estimates, has subsided to some extent,
and small dealers are making concessions
below the 12 3 4c level quoted by the
United Metals Selling Company and one or
two other large- selling agencies and pro
ducers. Several copper producers believe
that the "Copper Producer's" showing in
the current month will not be as favorable
as in September, the opinion being ex- .
pressed that it will be Impossible to main
tain exports of 75.000.000 pounds a month
for any great length of time. Domestic
deliveries this month will be large, as a
great deal of the copper sold in the latter
part of July and early part of August
called for delivery in October.
BETHLEHEM STEEL. net earnings j
of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation avail- !
able for dividends for the current year will :
equal 13 per cent on the preferred stock if :
the showing in the last four months Is as
good as reported In the first eight months.
In striking the amount available for divi
dends In 1910 allowance Is made for depre
ciation charges of over $400,000. Total earn
ings of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation for
the eight months ended August 31 were 12 -
732,565. and fixed charges were 51.111.M9,
leaving a balance available for dividends of
51.624.617. This was at the rate of over
$203,000 a month.
CARNEGIE TRUST COMPANY.— Joseph
P. Howell. who resigned the presidency of
the Fourth National Bank of Nashville.
Term., to become president of the Carnegie
Trust Company, of this city, assumed the
duties of the latter position yesterday.
REFINED SUGAR LOWER-— There has
I been a reduction all around of 5 points in
I prices of refined sugar from 5 cents to 4.95
cents, except by the Federal Sugar RerlrT
ing Company, which has reduced prices 10
points, to 4.:<0 cents
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. — Dividends
have been declared as follows: The Rail
ways Company General, regular quarterly
1 per cent. The Columbus Railway Com
pany, regular quarterly 1 : * per cent on the
preferred, payable November 1. The Cole
Motor Company. 30 per cent.
WABASH PITTSBURG TERMINAL.— J.
N. Wallace, chairman of the Wabash Pitts
• burg Terminal Railway Company first
mortgage bond holders* committee, author
izes the following statement: "The con
templated report of this committee to the
holders of certificates of deposit will be de
ferred for the present in view of the nature
of the committee's negotiations now in
1 progress with a committee recently ap
pointed by the hoard of directors of the
Wabash Railroad Company."
STEEL PRlCES.— Certain of the small
independent steel companies are underbid
ding the United States Steel Corporation's
on corrugated sheets $1 a ton. The large
independent concerns appear to be work
; ing in harmony with the Steel Corporation
1 in the matter of prices.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
«Furni«h. ■! by Kredrrle H. Hatch * Co.. New
York and Boston.)
STOCKS.
Dividend Kid. Ask*d.
American Itrass Q-J 5 11% 121
A merlcan Chicle M< •& Ex 12 222 227
American Chicle pf Q-J I M 1«»1
i Am Put Tel of X J Q-J 4 49 51
:Am Coal Products Q-J « »4 J»7
, American Press Q- J&Ex »> 0* 103
American Thread pf l&.l .1 »•» J'i
Am Type round deb ..VX-Xlf>2« 6 i*> —
Am Type Found new. ...M&N1933 « J>» 100
Am Type Founders . . .T*J 4 .1» 42
Am Type Founders pf. . mj 7 M M
Babrork .V Wllcox. ....Q-J 7 f>« Vi
I Hamey & Smith pf — «ft M
Borden'a Cond Milk PatAKa — 1 1<» Ml
I Borden's Cond MUk pf..Q-M « IM 100
ißoali Terminal com — > '"> «>
I Central works -- — — 2 X
! Central Fireworks pf... — W ::<>
Conn Rv & Light Q-F 4 7:: 7«
' Celluloid Q-J&Ex — 11« 115
: E 1 dv 1* <■ Nemours... Q-M « 14S 150
iBI dv P de. Xem pf. ..Q-J .*• 82' , M
Empire Steel * Iron . — 12 1«
i Empire Steel A Iron pf — (UV Xi
Hall Stßnal common.. .. . — ♦"> 4.'.
Herring Hall Marvin . — 30 4©
International Nickel ■ — 137 14;:
; International Nickel pf.Q-F * 8* 92
I International Silver.. .. — — «*>
International Stiver pf..Q-J 4 105 lio
I Klrby Lumber — 1<"» tr.
1 Kirby dumber pf — 35 45
Kings Co El L. * P Q-M « 120 123
Nat Cash Register pf-.J*J 7 11* 122
NHe»-Bern»nt-P Q-M « P* Mi
Niles-rsement-P pf Q- F « m l«.i
Otis Elevator A*O 1 41 S3
Otis Elevator pf Q-.I •» M f>.T
Old Dominion ? S J*J d 1"« It"
Pacific Gas &El — M M
Pacific Om *El pf Q J « M H
Pop« Manufacturing ... — — — JW» B?»
Pope Mfg pf — 7; <•«
Producers' Oil Q-M i Ml 14*
Pratt & Whitney pf . Q-F « toil LV.
Heyal Baking Powder. -Q-M& Ex « Mi MM
Ro\al l'.ak Powder pf. .Q-M •» Mi 1"7
Safety C 11 & L, ...q-mmci • 12:'. 12«
j Sen-Hen Chiclet — - 13* M
standard Coupler — — 3."V
Standard Milling Co — — 13 2/>
standard MKlinc Co pf. A4O 3 47 B2
Texas Company.. Q-M 12 1.14 l.T 1 *
T»xas» & ParMe Coal... Scrip 6 9f> 10(1
Tr«nton Potteries „- — 4 7
Tr. nt..n Potteries pf ■ - - — !» «>
Trenton Pot fnd< ctfs..JAJ 4 «•> 7*»
! Trow Dlr^-tory — 23 SR
I Union Carbide -- 9* I'" 1
' Tnlon Ferry Q.f 2 27 >•
L'nton Typewriter — 47 r>2
I'nion Typewriter Ist pf.AAO ■ 10.1 I'M
j Union Typewriter 2d pf.AAO 7 IOC I 0«
. United Bank Note QJ 4 40 4,t
I'nlted Hank Note pf...Q J * 30 •'• :
U S Finishing mm S-J 7 MJ 100
V .- Finishing pf Q-J 7 lort 111
;XT S Finishing l*t .r*.i I91!> « Mi I<W
IT P Finishing cons JAJ HOI •'• M) I<V>
1 l - s Motor com ■ — "•» w»
rj 8 Motor pf — — — 73 77
'Virginian Hallway — 20 30
; Weal PadsV: — — -"> 2S
, West P-.wer — S3 33
; West Power pf — M ■
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
tFurnlshed by J. Thomas Itelnhardt. No. 3M
Broad street. New York, and No. St Devon
shire street, Uoston.)
Hisfh. low. Lj.«t.
Amal Nevada Mines 13 13 13
Arizona <"ananea I-** 4 1^ 4/,
Arizona Mines «>t: •* » U^
Bay State Cos 3r 2» 25»
Bohemia ."I 1 * •• "»
Huston Ely >A ''» I'•
*^ai - tus Copper P2 7» .79
Calaveras l" 1 * M i" »
Champion •" '? •"• Tt'rs
Chief Consolidated ..... 1% I*l If*
CataM -0% IV* r.'-s
> bait Central 7 7 7
iWtez Mines 2H 2l»2 l » t%
«-"orbln Copper 4"» 4 T » *'*
Davl»-DaJy SA - - ■<
Dominion Syndicate .... 10*» 10»i lo A »
First National Copper... 3"» 3f» .V»
Ooldfleltl Con • 7. 7T»
Humboldt Smelting . 3 3 3
Inrplration l>*. »'i £>'»
I^aramle H P* W 90 J»i» H
U Ilese Si 3{| 3||
Ulve Oak 27 SB 27
Mackinaw 37 33 3T»
Massachusetts Coal 23 -i 23.
Mexican Metals HI S% •**•
McKinley-Darragh U* I 'A
M.»iiii» C.ihson ... 2t» -"• --•' .
do preferred IV* 'A Hi
Majestic .17 57 57
National Mining Explor. 14 *^ 1-
Nevada Ihniida.s . 2 I[i -
Ohio Copper . . 1T»1 T » ' ♦ Hi
On.-.-, .............. I 2 2
Haven Mli.liik 35 3^ ■
li.in hlJf Mining 7 7 7
H1.0.1,- Island ,!..«•, •»'« H
South Lake * T « ""• "«*•
Vulture ..... !»»» »H '.»'j
Yukon 4 4 1
COBALT STOCKS.
<Furn!she»l by Warren. C.xowskt A C. . Ml ■
Uroad street.)
ltld.Aake.l. ' Hid. Asked.
Amalcunat.. - 3 1 '-a Ro«*» 3>.-» 31«
I!;diey 7*j 7S IJttl* Mplsa. 27>i ■_ 71»7 1 »
Heaver Cons 33 l « Sl\ McKlnley .101 102
l!i X six l l t * Nancy Helen. % 4%
HufTalu 2i"> 2«VI : NlpUalng ...HXiO 1<X"»
Chamb-FVrl. !«*« lrtTijNovn tla.. 25*; 2rt
•' of Cbbalt. 25«« -'' j<»Phlr »H 32
CobaH Cent 7 ■ tJUsoa 3 •.-«.
Cobalt l«ike 15 i W4I IVterson U... <4 25
Coatagai ...4»> ♦""' j Right of Way E», S.T
crown \U» .'JK> V» Itwlifster ... W |M
Poater . * ll i«»'wr I^^af . . ft 64
aiSord • " * I Silver lUir... j »• ,
lit Northern *% >*'• 811*»r Queen. .'. s
(iie.n M«-«-h. -*» '-** I Temtskaminie. MJ S«
Hargrai 32* i 3.1 Trethewey IStS lJrt
Hudson Hay. !»» 105 Watts « i«»
John Him w » ,•• ' Wrttlaiifi-r. .. 65 «*)
Ktir l*Ue..tS3s WJS '
$9,000,000
hCOiUMBIA'i
135 Broadway, New York City j
Capital. - • 51,000,000 j
Surplus & Profits, 1,600,000 '
To each of our depositor* hay- j
ing a check account is sent 2 j
monthly statement showing in i
detail all deposits received and
checks paid, the amount of in
terest credited, and the balance j
at the end of the month. With j
the statement are enclosed all
cancelled checks.
AM>KKW J. 3XcrOUW.%rK. .»urti««eer.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE Ob'
STOCKS AND BONDS
By iDRIiIH I. KULIEB I SOW,
OFFICE SOB ■ TVILLIAM ST..
Thursday, Oct. 13th. 1910,
at 12:3O o'clfx-k. at the
EXCHANGE SALESROOM.
\. m 14 am> ltJ VESBS STREET.
BT ORDER OF EKEiTTOHS.
1 Membership Consoliiiat^rl Exchan£t» of N. T.
4 sh:». FUeUty-I'henlx Fire I=3. Co. and S3V<;»
Scrip.
FOR ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAT roNCERN. |
*■--..«"• Cleveland & Mahor.ir.jr Valley K«»r.
Conatd. mow lst> sp. c. Keg. K'is.. 1333. j
34 sh3. Dubuque & ?!oax »"ity R. II Co.
26 ahs. Arverne BuiMlr.^ CV>. 5
i 5 shs. National I'ark Bank. 1
SO shs. Havana Tobacco Co. . Pf*l- !
7.1 s,:i9. National Park Bank. '
1W shs. I>etrott. Toledo & iror.tnn F.y. Co. lit
Pfti.
$2,(»<X» Detroit. Toltdo & Ircnton Ry. <:ak
ConsM. actge 4'i p. c. Itds.. WStt
6«> shs. Al?tror>oll;an Tru^t Co.
ffl» ghs. City Investing Co. .on.mon.
am shs. Delaware.. Lackawanna & WM»m R. tu
100 and. Gray National Telai:to=rr^rf» Ca
H shs. Kliott-Fish^r Co. cuir.mon.
00 Shs. Town & Country Estates.
♦«> shs. Trayton Lißhtin^ Co. common.
$2.ow> Detroit. Toledo & Irontcn Ky. .•'<>.
Consld. Mt^e. 4L4 L - p. C. Bkta.. W*».
Febry.. 1'J"". co-ip'jris.
TO THE holders ok tv k.nty-ve.ib
-I NKIN«i HM» «" rOI.L.\TKIt%I. TRt
FIRST MORTGAGE BONUS OF TIIK I'»V
TVnSG * ilk CO3ir.%>¥ Of AMEBlft
Th*» undersigned truxf" «lesire«. un.lT an
tliority of said mortj<a*». to th-- sun
of Twenty thousand threw hundred nlr.e-y
three and C<>-10<» Dollars ( J2o.r.:«::.2f>> i:i *•
pwrehasw of boruls »f saM iw-ie. provided
' purchase can in Its opinion be no-v ma«
iidvantaffeously.
Sealed offprs of said homl.i may !»« sent to t^-»
Knickerbocker Trust Company. CO ZblMMl««3l
New York City, on or befor- Novem!i»r »ta
1910.
KNICKERBO«.TCER TP.t'^T COMPANY.
Tru»t»».
By FRANCIS HENDERSON. Viee-Pres'.d<-nf,
New Tnrk. Orthber .'. 1;>IO.
—^— < "H A RTK R B l ' IM —^—^
Union Trusi Go. of ■nfer*
80 BROAD V.'AY Fifth Avf. & Mb) St.
Capital & Surplus, $8,737,000
Allows Interest en Deposits
Central Trust Company of Hew York
54 WALL STREET
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $18,000,000
(of which $17,000,000 has been earned)
OKUKKS EXECUTED IN
Ciroux
Greene Cananea
Inspiration
«£CURB STOCKS
Srilfi for ."P-ff.il let»em lust ♦s^ie't
XARGIX ACCOUNTS SOUCU'EV-
Jl TliontasDeinhardt
.lcußßl\sTcas
/>v.if fnciiitirx for saNßnssssJ orders.
33 Broad St., N.Y. Office Ov€t!o<-ks Curi>
54 IJeronshlre ■«>.. B.>»r..n. Private Wlres L
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton <".iwVrt. .No. I Wall str*-t .»
BH.A?krd.: BIIAJkM.
AlHanc^ Hy 12» 12T. 'I. T ' * T.. 2S2^ f '- »
Am Surety 20<> 3« ' Uncoln I"'> I 4«
Astor -■-' '•'■" I. ML& T. 3OT X.l
'rwnlsrrs" 620 K.V> Maili-^n 2<»
R * M C.:: 235 2«V Manhattan .. KS JOT
r.roadway . 145 l.V> M«rauttU« .. TOO M*
Pro. kirn .. 418 — Metropolitan, r. •» BD>
rarnasio ... 1«» IH> «MW Tond. . IM 110
Cas Co of A 1» I*> Mntial JJ> ■-
Central ....10-> Mot AnhßW. W0 t*>
Cit» Invest. «2 «7 IN-.xsau •■■•->■} J~
rfr. nref W5 1«»h | Nat Surety.. -••>
c&JSr*. ■ : US t4.i ixym* ritjw tico
CMassbta -:•■ -
Com-w-alth. ;.v> - in T Trust... «» t^«
Commercial. 12" 130 reoiv.' s •• • ""• ~
Empire Tr »^«> 3lu Qu Co M;^e. 11'> ITO
Equitable .. 4.-.^ - Q'swm ♦<>... 11^ —
FT. * T I^> • '
Fsatbu.-.h ... 20-> 21.> Savoy J» W9
Franklin ... 22<> 230 Standard ... 4rt> 4V>
Fulton .:: »' — Titt" •*. &T. 4:*> r^>
Fidelity ... ac> 210 TIofN V. W» WJ
Otiar.tnty ;. 800 SIO 'Tr Co of Am Sl.i 3-5
rugr.Ha ..270 >-• Va State,. . .lt T 5 KDO
lUmilt.n . WO =>•>
Home Trust — I'^ f S Tas S3
Hud RealtT. HO - IV SM * T. «5 4.0
Hudson Tr. 17<> l!»O V9TO4IIW 12f>
Int Bkr Cor Il'> — h\ Mttsmg< . 37 »
■ Kings C 0... SW>5 - ! West.h^ter. . ISO IR.>
Kntckerbock 2KB 295 I\V ABT « M I«i> 17'>
Ij»w Mt»e.. 2;i7H 242'si Windsor 12»> t^»>
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by Tt. L. Pay & Co.. Nr r.~ Wall
street.)
Oct. .*. cvt. ia| o<.-t. <♦ ocr. iow
Puis & Alb..22t> 221 1 United FVutt.DC. I!*
Boat an Elev.l^s lUS Cal A Hteta.3SO Cr»>>
C J MUSI ISO 130 [Centennial M9*i 2B'<l
Fltchh'K pf.127 127 I Cop Rans.» M *?\ htS
XV NH A H.l.Vl*i lij ! Franklin M..tt'a 11 -»
Old Cotonv.-IVJ I** lirmnby M •.•'.l »•>■
YE St Hy. MS **5 ! Ma»-« Cons M !>S !»"»
<!•■ prof 101 l"l .Mohawk M... 4t»i* 4*
Mass El Ct>a 1»H Il>H!N» Kutte .T(» 7#7 # n*B
•Id pref...— S3»* Osceola >f...:"U7 V&
An Pneuro... s*; 5 \ma pom M.. :a> l i .^'4
do pref... IV-» l&H Psrrct M ir: M
Am T A- T 117 1 « 1 •■: V 4V 4 , Qulnoy M 7.T-i 7::
New Knit T I".- 1 l."S'* i Tamarack M. .*••* M
Went TA T I"*** IS>» i Wolverine M. 12H li".
»li. pref... S-* SH C S Smelters S!>*i n:>
Vn Shoe M. '7-« 5H d,> pref 4SS 4.< Rfcr fc
do pref... 27 l » 274 V S Oil O>' 3 S!»V
Arntilian M. 4\ .*> I Mass C.a* S4\ Mm
Atlantic M.. 7 H4; do pref K't !*•-'*
Sfcannon M. 10% lOS'Ctah s» 2H
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
tl^trntsheU by Cbarie* IX lu».rn<»y A Co-. N». %
Hroi.l street. New York, and No. I"J2 iJoutU
4th strett. PhiladflphUi.)
W«tA»fc»tf.| p.UI Ask-01.
Am Cement. 1* I' i t.ehifi Xjv.. W» J>-'»
Am Ky Co. .43 »* • I^-h Val 1: Hst Sl'il
. •nut, Steel »-' 42' ii i PhUa CV 4^'i 4ti l fc
CTrofN J72 7 I ! Jo pref 42 42'»
El Stor Hat. 41> 4d\ • »!in U fi i\> •{."► *'. «,
r:i «'t> of A II 1 .- UVPenn Steel pf.TOH 109
Falrm-t Tr. * 7 i PhiU Kloo Co. UV 15 s *
«en Asphalt SI '« 3V',i||'hila lta» Tr 10** 1!» T «
do pref... ;•> l k 77 I Smokeless P. "15 "IK
1 t\> of M A \9\ 20 il'n Traction-. *T*l 41
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