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WINDSOR TRUST 60.
FARMERS LOU i TRUST CO.
TITLE fiOiRMTEE t TRUST CO.
NEW TORI MORTGAGE I SECU.IITY CO.
KOrGHT ASH SOLD.
CLI>"TOX GILBERT. '
2 IVAI.f ST.
1852 1910
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
36 W«I1 St.. N^w T*rk ..
members IV *23SJKiF rT
V V- STOCK EX. BOVDB
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
IKE
Chatham National Bank
100 TH DnTDE>*D. . --.
-'-• Board of Directors has 'his <sk, dea-iartfl
. quarterly dividend of four per cent, from the
«,a-r.!r.gs of the past three months, and an «x
tra oivjdend of four per cent, out of th *« ar
ir.CP of the year, payable January 3rd. 1911. to
Mock Solders of record at close of business De
« bfr m 23rd. 1010. Transfer books will be
- ..»- : from the 24th to 31« in«^. both lnclu
pi"... W. H. gTBAWX, Cashier.
New York. December 16th. 1910- ]
Amtrican Ttltphtnt ft Taltgraph Co.
F«nir IVr Cent Collateral Tru« Bond*
■-„,'■.-* from these Bonds, payable by their
tense os January 1. 1911. at the office of th«
Tte«*=rcr in Netr York, -will be paid by the
3Kanh»ttaif Trust Compere. 113 BTt»a4wa.y.
* ~ TTILJjIAM R. DRIVER. Treasurer.
KT|NC.HOI>E
EJ«"tric 4 Mannf««ltnio|t Company.
New York, December 21. 1910.
A quarterly dividend of ONE AND THREE
CUARTEP.S PER CENT, a^d In addition
thereto THREE AND ONE-HALF PER
rr\T or account of dividends accumulated
• mc* September 30th.' 1907. -*:;! be paid .Tanu
!¥vl«th. 1911. ••: the PREFERRED Ptock of
the Company to holders of record. Transfer
books to? the PREFERRED Stock will be
closed January Km. 1911. _ at 3:00 ° cleck
P. M.. and opfr.eJ January 17th. 1911. at 10:00
ovieck A M. T. W. EIEMON. TrfMurer.
ST. f Ol I« «tUTmVK>TERN R.ULWAY CO.
I'rrferred ««»ck Dividend.
New York. December S. 1910.
A. -annual dividend of $2 per chare on
t?i*> l.ref erred capita] stock Of this Company
V«e been -declared, payable on January 16, 3911.
M the office of the Company. 165 Broadway,
»-,« York, to stockholders of record at the
c joy« of business on December SI, 191**-
The transfer books will not be closed.
By order of the Board of Directors.
ARTHUR J. TRUSSELL. Fecretary.
THE FBOPUSG BANK OF THE CITY OF
SEW YORK.
December 22nd. i»io.
ONE HUNDRED ANT' NINETEENTH CO.V
- -TjVK SKMI-AXNT'AL DIVIDEND.
The Board of Directors have this day declared
a semi annual dividend of Five Per Out., arid
ur, mm 31vid:eud of 2^'r out of the earnings
«?f-.n» past mx months, pn-abl*- or. and after
.'sxuary T.rA. IWL The transfer .books will be
daead «>n the 24t:i inst.. at 12 M., and reopened
.January 3rd. IMI. at 1>» o'clock A. M.
VI LLIAM MILNE. Cashier. _
THE UNITED Ft NISH ING COMPANY.
320 Broadway.
Now York. PtHII Wlllfr 15. 1830.
r-rjizpen* N>. J2.-tlue Jaiiuary 1. IPII. on con
«o2-dat*d rtsaac ■". per cont ?old bonds .' this
• Mi.jpai'.y » i!I be paid at the office of The Trust
«\>mrany of America, -37 Wail Street. New York
Vo-jpon;: No. 19, due January 1, 1911. or. first
r ->r;gs «vt cer.t bonds of THE STEKLIN*
I-TEINO & FINISHING COMPANY will be pa!
At Xne cSict i>f The Trust Company of America.
r.7 '■«=:: Street New Tork City.
•_ F. S. JEROM E. Treasurer.
THE UNITf:-> STATES FINISHING COMPANY.
. . DC Broadway.
Xew York, Deceatiber. 13. 1910.
Preferred Stock Dividend No. 46.
The BoarO of Directors have this day de
, i^ tlie regular quarterly dividend of one and
three-quaners >*;■ cent il*iri» upon the Preferred
t-lock oj- thi.» Compai-y. pa>abli? .lanunry 2. 1911.
to Stockholders: of recorj at the closo of busi
■ ..... j,.. etoba ■ 21. 1310.
Common ftock Dlvidena No. B.
The Board or' Directors ru-.«- tats day <".eclared
i - lend of one per cer.t (1%) upon th* Corn
iron Stock r.f this Company, payable January 2.
I9lt. to DWLlLliwUliia Of r-cord at the close of
business December 21.- 1916.
V. B. JKU' 'MX. Treasurer.
THE FOURTH NATIONAL. BANK OF THE
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Hear York. Dec. 20, ISIO.
T^e Board of Directors has this day declared
a tju*n.er,y dividend of TWO PER CENT., free
beat tai, "payable on and after Jan. Ist. prox
imo.
*Tb<? transfer books -will close at 3 P. M. this
<3av?. rtop-nlcg- Jan. 3rd. 11*13.
DANIEL J. ROGERS. Ca«hler.
THE BANK OF AMERICA.
New York, December 20th, 1910.
• .<• Board of Directors have to-day declared
• . 6«mi-annual dividend cf thirteen (1"> per
■ Mit.. free of tax. payable January 3rd, 1011, to
stockholders of record of this date.
T>» iranwfer books ■will remain closed until
.-aruary 4U:. 1811.
- W. M BENNET. Cashier
MEETINGS.
THE ANNUAL, MEETING OF THE STOCK
hnlders of The Fidelity and Casualty Com-
T»J.ny of Hear Tork for the election of direc
tors, election of inspectors of election, and
■■• -.he transaction of such ether business as
»-.ia.1l come before tlie meeting-, will be held
at the otScc of the Company. Nos. 92-94 Lib
..... Street. In the City of New York, en Tuee
oar. .-«• 3rd day of January. 1911. at 12
o'clock noon, the polls to remain open until
■. -r. Vrloclc P. M.
TJIE PTDELRT ANT> CASUALTY COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
ROBT. J. i;iI.LA?. President.
SAVINGS BANKS.
NEWYORK SAVINGS BANK
>". %i. Cor. 14tb »t. and *th Aveuue.
Jan. 1. It'll, dividend at th« rar* of
FOUR PER CENT.
;«r arn';Tr> on all mom from 55 to $3,000 en
"• tiTl*-d thfrpto -"Jider the by-lant?.
I«r.rO>ITS M\l>» ON OK BEFORE JAN. tO
TVTT.I. i>»»\m INTEBF.ST rnou .TAN. 1.
WILLIAM rKLPiNGEB, President.
.JAMES L. WAXPLING. Tr«a«irw
•. - ■ v{j73\tt. M. PENTZ. Be^retarjr
125 TH SEMI-ANNVAL. DIVIDEND
Union LBuare Savings Bank
\(t. 20 1.M0.V J.QIARK.
A, DXVIO&XD.fcac beer, declared for fix month*
*r>*iv.c: D?ceTit>er 31. I^lo. on a!! <J»pcFita m
i'?*-! .... at ib« rat» ct
-TIIKEK AM» O>K-HAIT PER CENT.
pet "■••!- on «rat from 5" to $3,000. payable
„11 •-- . after January I*s. Ml.
T>»7<.«frß ira"!" on or r^for' JemiaT 1° will
, ra .. „,_^_, •fr^,-rf r^,- r .i Ht:i!%r-'H t:i!%r - ' )<"..
»■ . FRANK 11. HURUBUT. Prertdent;
WII.UAM H. ROCKWOOl). Becr^arj
JOHN T. WEEK?. Cashier.
\iV «X."c:n R<>'SEVIJI^T, Treasurer.
„ 1 A lo •"■ Mon. Mto 7. Hiv 10 to 32.
I 13 < k»nb(ri St., V V.
v '»rPtfc Are. £le rated Station.
Tbe Trustees have declared « dixidend for the
•iJffiontb.B ecdlns Dec. 3l»t. iii.). at the rat6of
FOUR PER CENT.
rrr anrium. on all suras from $1 to 63,000
•r.tit>d thereto under the by-bus, payable
on and after Monday, January '***>. 1911.
Deposits made on or helorc Jan. 10th
•*-ill draw interest from Jan. let, 1911.
H. E. TEXER. Proeident
OEOBGE B. L'UNMNG. Secretary
. CHANGE OF NAME.
SUPREME COURT. NEW YORK COUNTY. —
In the Master o? the Application ■ * Na-umburg
Prtnct '' v for authority to change Us name to
Prise© La^ten Co. Notlc- is hereby riven That
the Nau:r.bur^ Prince- Co.. a domestic corpora
tlcn. r\::ng its principal business «Oce in the
City of New York. County of New York and
State c? New York, will apply to the Supreme
Cwrt of the State cf New York, at sp«*cial Term.
Pan I thereof, to be h?!<3 la the County Court
Hcuse- In the Borough cf Manhattan. County cf
ve-r York, State of New York, on the 16th day
■■' January. 1911. ■• 10:30 o'clock in th« forenoon
of that data, or tr toon thereafter at counsel can
Vt h««rd, for en order authorizing said corpora
'ion to chance Its corporate name to" Prince
L»uten Co.
Dated. New York. December JBth. 1910.
JCAT7MBURG PRINCE CO.
By J. PRINCE. President .
THKOIKjRE PRINC i-\i -\ Attorney for Petitioner.
Office ejifl Poet OEm Address: Fifteen Will
lam Street. ; Borough of Manhattan. New
v York qty. ■ ■
* PVORTTSEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS
for Th« Trlbun* reoelred at their Uptown Office.
No. 1864 Broadway, between 36th a. A S7th els.
until & o'clock p. ra. Advertisements received it
the fcllo-princ tr»nr!j ofile«« at regular o!T!c» rates
':rtJl 8 o'clock p. m.. viz : 284 §th eve., t. c. cor.
aS'J at.; 166 6th »%».. cor. 12th et.; 104 Kaat 14ti.
•-... 267 Wait 42<1 St.. between 7th and Bth avee.;
266 West UStb •'■: 1055 3d aye. . 1626 3d aye.
near €l«t «t.; »70« Ist eve.. Mir S&th «t.; lit
Saet 125 th «t-: 756 Tr«n>ont aye.: €50 3d eve.
and ar.y Asier'ce-c I>i»tr!c*. Ttlegmph oft".
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Tlis following shows yesterday's closing
quotations for rpvernment bonde. co-i
rared with Thursday"!*
. Dm 22.— v ,— Dec 23.-,
"*V- Bid. A(-.ic«a. Bid. A«K(-' 1
t.*. S. 2b re«.. 1&» i«'i% 101 J i ]'-.-^ lOIU
t;. S. 2* .XV' 1930."-. l-"' a * 1«>1'-.. KK»»i 101 H
v £- *«; reg.. 3fi18...--.V« I"-- 1 ! •'- .-,
t: B- *« «upon. i91t...1'»2 ICC ! ..' 102*
XJ. • 48. rce.. 1925. li.Vi Ij«- 4 JJS4 116%
V. 6. 4£. coupon. l-32&..;il5 l i 116!, 115' i 116^
PfcHEiw: 2fc. rer.. ■ 1»6...1W!» — 100 >3 —
r&s&sia i;. res.. 1KS...1OO1» — 1005* —
STOCKS GENERALLY FIRM ON LIGHT VOLUME OF BUSINESS
MIW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1910
gh'rsiS'etl 1 " ~ "" ~~ ' " " i Actual Sales. I Closing.
sold, ichgel ' -" ■ ( Op.l Hi. Low; Fin! Ask
3,Pooi— -% Ama!gramat*>d Copper . ••' 62* 8 J €3' |,62H! 62%! I^-' *>'gi
S.IOO *1-S American Beet Sugar 43%!-43 T /i| 42*i[ 43 T ij 43 a -»M3' ?
100 -), Am. Brake Shoe & Fdry. 90*,) S«jZ) 90u) 90% 904 90^,
4C<i — 1- American Can ;•» v "s ST 8 SS 7 * j 7 ?^
: v »' 1+ '-* Anierlcan Can pr i "6Vj 76^ 7GW 76^1-76%] ■■
50 _1_ Amor. Car & Fdry ' *&■?> «9» 49» 4 A^ BO i .>!
35!, — (American Express 230 230 230 1230 |22>1 J240
Hi - - 'American Ice Securities.. 17 a i 17? i 17 3 17 s *, 17>* IS
j)V) ! American ' Locomotive -.-■ 36%, 38U 3SU 36^ 36^ 13
1,4 - American Smelting 73% 73% 73#l; < re% " u *. J£*<
Ml— -.» 'American Smelting pr.... 108% 102%)l02^4!l02%'l02 1"- n
v.. + v American Tel. & Tel 142% 142% 142*142% 142}«142fc
loo! -— American Tobacco pr ' 93% 93'^ 9SU 9% M 1 * M
'••. ■+ 1, Americrn Woolen j 32\- 32\ 32\ 32?* 32 • 2^4
m _..: American Woolen pr 92^ 92%j»92% 92%{ 91 j 92 i
.Vio,— 'i (Anaconda ! 3PV 304 39 !39 j 38Si 39
■ l.^XV— 1* Atchison I MOi 4 100% 99%!10IH4ilO(M4:100S
100; + H Atchison pr 102% 102% 102%|10% 102%|103«
. 100 _-- Atlantic Coast Line 114 114 (114 114 114VU4*
S»L-5a ißaltimore & Ohio 105 105 104^ U04W104J4 104%
: 71Y! -*a Brooklyn Rapifi Transit.. 7.". ! 7."»U; 75 75%| To^. <»»
300! 41V. Brooklyn -Union Gas 134 134M>i134 m 1;m 1 ; 134 I£s
3>iUH Canadian Pacific 193 193% 193 1P3% 193U
W-l Central leather 32 !32 , fi'^ :<1' 5 M% 32
TBOl— at Chesapeake & Ohio SH4 SJ^UoVi SO^i SOY* 60%
50 — • Chicajro & Alton ! 27** Zfy 27"* 27% 27. I 30
100 Chicago Gt. Western pr..| 44 44 -; 44 44 J 4 }*. 4 **
SSS— Vi iCh . Mil. & St. Paul 122%i121W 122V4 ! 121^ 122U
.•^—^jCh.. Mil. & St: Paul pr... 145% i45%!145««!145%!14«« 14?
awj— % iCliicasQ Union Tract Wk\ 2%| 2%j 2Vsj -. 4
: • .<-.._ r- Chicapx. Union Trac pr.. 5% 3 « 5% S%i ".S^fliSf
i.6,600; +l^i < Consolidated Gas ia3%1135% 12%»11^4 135% 13%
TsoJ_%|Corn Products Ref i 14$ 14% 14^ 14W 14% 151
>-, _ 14 D. & B. G. Pr ex dlv 2%%. K^fl 67^ 67% : 67% *,'* *'V
«i-g Dtotfllins Securities j 33% m KM 3^ 33 ■ «jj
SOY— ij lErie 2^ P 271; 27% -<**j 2jVa
.-,4.)!- 5 Erie Mpr I 34 x 34Ti! 31% i 34%' 31 130%
v: <yV — _ General Klectric C 0... 155 100 1155 153 Uo4 15S
vo - i,; (>,-.ldneld Con i S^ S'^' 8% S>» 2»L^4
-a - 2 Great Northern pr 122W122=Ji 122-...1221-. 122^ 4 123
-L, Great Northern ore ctfs.. 1 § gu s«i 56 1
tS - < Interborou ? h-Metro U% U% m 2 W4 g%
2ftO -1, Interborouarh-Metro. Pr .. 54% > 54% v? 1 ! 54%j 54 . o-IVs
I*lo -— llnternat. Harvester pr....i121% 121% 1 - 121Va „>rr, .
•200' — - International Paper pr....j 5-V-- 56 •o^ * S«4
ICO!- % llnternat. -Steam Pump....' 40*4 40* 4 . 40 i 4g4 40 4"l 4
gat— ii lowa Central pr i 3K4 »% **^r~*l's2fi;XJ?
400 4- % Kansas City Southern I 31% 33 j SIJi » SIJ ?2Vi
XX»! j. it. Kansas City Southern pr.l <=■-.-;■ b.^] 6oV» '^k- "4-% 6«^
8S! S'S. .he ,m., m . period ,n IgK
FINANCIAL MARKET
Banks Gain Upward of $5,000,
000 on Week's Money
Movement.
The stock market was an inactive af
fair throughout the five hours of trad
ing; transactions amounting t" the un
important total of W9.380 duxes, of
which the larger part was supplied by
Reading. Union Pacific. United States
Steel. J^>high Valley and Western Mary
land. The last named stock was strong
and apparently was bid up on the com
pany's favorable report for the first six
months of the present year, showing 1
per cent earned on the common after
allowance for the preferred dividend.
Such an exhibit for a newly reorganized
company must be most gratifying to its
stockholders. Consolidated Gas and
American Beet Sugar also were strong
features on a fair volume of trading,
while throughout the list price changes,
as a rale, were in the direction of higher
levels, with last quotations fractionally
above the closing of the preceding day
in most of the prominent issues. Trad
ers were more concerned with thoughts
of their Christmas celebration, that was
held after the close of the market, than
with the course of speculation, although
in the bond department some real busi
ness was transacted for investment ac
count, notably in the United States Steel
sinking fund ss, the Chicago, Burlington
& Quincy joint 4s and New York City
issue?. Many stocks were not dealt in
at all, while total sales were lighter
than on any preceding day in the present
year. Commission houses practically
were without orders for speculative ac
count, and from the small number of
inquiries from out-of-town points re
garding the probable course of prices in
the coming week no one could predict an
active public speculation in th^ .-losing
days of the >var.
According to the known movement of
money in the - current week the local
banks have gained upward of $5,480,000
in cash holdings, the larger part of the
grain resulting from receipts of currency
from (be interior. The banks also
gained on their operations with the Sub-
Treasury. Excess of receipts from the
government over payments was re
corded for the first week since the early
part of August and supplied a certain
indication of the beginning of the re
turn How of money from out-of-town
points, as the heavy losses by the banks
to the federal treasury recorded in re
cent months were due almost entirely to
payments by local banks for the account
of interior institutions of internal reve
nue and customs obligations. Western
and Southern banks that desire to con
serve their cash resources in the crop
moving period always make settlements
to the government by drafts upon their
New York correspondents, the extent of
this operation this season being: reflected
in a loss by the New York banks to the
Sub-Treasury since the first week in
August of almost 578.000.000. Money
rates were easy yesterday without at
tracting a demand in any branch of the
market.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened
at 3% per cent: highest, al-.,a 1 -., per cent: low
est. 3 per cent: closing, PA per cent; rul
ing rate. l 4l 4 per cent- Time money con
tinue quiet. Rat<?s, 4^4'i per cent for
thi'-tv and sixty days. 4 per cent for ninety
<iavs* and four months. 4tj4*4 per cent for
five and six months. Mercantile paper was
modpratelv plentiful, and a fair business
was done "here and I elsewhere. Rates wore
quoted lower, at 4;V55 per cent for sixty
to ninety days' Indorsed bills receivable.
4U.g5 per cent for choice four to «ix
months' single names. 5Vz Per cent for
others.
FOREIGN EXCHAXGE.-The foreign «x
chanpe market opened steady, with oaMes
ouot^d at 1.8585^4.8590. demand sterling at
48.Wa4.5545 and Eixty-days bills at 4.82>^
4 KWt Short francs were «.2o less 6-«@
53) less 1-16 and short r*=-ichsmarks [email protected]«
plus 1-32. The maiket was easier in the
afternoon, showing a decline of S points to
tSSSDQUBK for cables. 4J335«4.8510 for de
mand sterling and 4.82^2 for Blxt>-d ; .v hills
Short francs hfld around 520 plus 1-32 and
ehort ighiliwilii X less l-32^9>.
Bankers* posted rates follow:
Sixty la- . Demand.
St«-!i»iB 4 " 53 ' I.S6H
Gjr\^any."reiehsmark« -S4\i » Jj
Belgium, fraucs 5.22 , %t.j»T
Parts, franca £•-}_• »••»»
Switzerland, francs °i}S "Si
Hol'or.o, r-lWers «s!* »*
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston, par;
Chicago. 5»- dlscounv. San Francisco, sight
4c telegraph Ie: New Orleans, commercial
*I 'discount, bank Si premium: Charleston,
buying par. Billing be premium; St. Louis
par bid. •'>- premium asked; Savannah,
buying 3-16 c discount, selling par.
ha \ c CLEARINGS.-New York, ex
changes 5234.(«3,480. balances $14.55,986:
Baltimore, exchar.Res 54,1*55.611. balances
$tilo IS4- Philadelphia, exchanges $23.3b5.11.
balances |!.4»",'n: Boston, exchans^s 53b.
66<j.965 balances $1.?11.«31. Chicago, ex
changes $46,084,061. balances $2.674,0C5.
SILVER MARKET.— Commercial bar
silv»r, f.4V: Mexican stjver dollars. 45c;
bar silver closed in London at 25»4d, un
changed.
GOLD PRKMIUM.— In Madrid. 7.25; Lis
bon, S.
MEXICAN* EXCHANGE. — Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at !•!%■
IMPORTS OF DRYGOODS.
Imports and marketings of'drygoods la- st
week. v'Hh comparison?, were m follows:
tuntVTk. I'rev. Wk. LflFt. Vr_
Total Unporti" 12,634,3 m; f:i,.v_'V.<-v. $.1 818 "•
SMsl wiiTiriinTi ?jl77.?>Yff 3,1'0i>,520 5.5T7,-'^
XE.. .ORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1910.
Sr-'rs'i \'et 1 " "" ~~ "" i Actual Sales. I Closing.
sold Ichlel I OP-I Hi. ; Low, Fin 1, Bid. Ask
TeST" T-V iLaclede Gas 1105 (106 105 1106 , 105%
50To: — I^high Valley ...... ..-..M1T214J150- 179^11^ l<fs 179%
lrtO —i* Minn. & St. L0ui5.........' 26% 26 ' i; 36^: 2b% . 26,. -'
Joo|- %. M..St.P.&S.SLM.Leased L. B^«j 59% S9?* S9» 4 m 9W ?
30ft| _ National Biscuit .-. 118Vi|llSU US "118 illifc US*
> 700-1 National Lead .............. 4. t 54% 53% 64 IJj ,*»
$ +1% 'National Lead pr.......... 1067% lOSTi 106Ti!l06Ti IM, WiK
50 __" Nevada Con. C0pper....... 18%! IS%( 18% IWb, 18* IS*
-„-.' __ New York Centra 1.......... 110. llOViillO 110% 110% 111 .
is] New York Dock pr |63 68 :68' ;68 :6o •68
20,1 —v: N. t.. N. h. & H. list 151.. 1151 an 150 10l
300 Norfolk & Western 100 160 *>'* «©•*}}»
' 800 t% Northern Pacific .....: lll^lUs%iUsfc!Us% 115% 115«
100 + 2 Nor. Ohio Tract. & 1,t....' 40, j 40V 40! 40 39% 40£,
40' _ Pacific Mail ......\2&V \ 28% 28* 28V,: 25% 25%
545 4 % Pennsylvania Railroad.... {158%] 128*fc|128}4 128*4 12«»,,.i-S l-2l -2
400 _ i People's Gas & Coke 105%;i05% 105% 105% I<*% 105%
100< + 4 Railway Steel Spring ! 31%! 31% 31% 3 1 L * 31.. .32
100 l — Railway Steel Spring pr.. l 88 132 I 92 . 92 | 91% 93
l&iob: Reading 149fc|149%;149% I ***
200!- 14 Readir.fr M pr ! 93Vj 93Hi 83% 93% 92 : 93 ,
: SoT-— Rock Island 2854* •* ! 29% j 294 29* si ~' 2
2.000!-% Southern Pacific 114% 114% 114% 114% 1M%114%
Mil-— - Southern Railway ;20 (26 21 2.'. ,26 ;-•
100 1 4 *'$ Southern Railway pr ; 61%' V 61% 61 vs 61%; 61?s
100 +% Tennessee Copper i 34% 34% 34% «4% 34 : 3.->
100! — - (Texas & Pacific ! 25* 26% 25% 25% --''j; £■
100] — % To?.. St Louis & West.... 23%! 23% 23% 23% 2%. 23
. J9K_ i^ iTol.. St. Louis & West, pr 52^! 52=4| 52% 52% 51 63
100! +li 4 lUnion Bag: & Paper pr.... 54"* 54% 54V 54%_|»* «£
8.650:— '1 Union Pacific ....... : 169% 1170 163%,169% 169%, liO •.■
10o! — Union Pacific pr j92 192 | 5*2 .! 92 91% 92
7CpO United Railway Invest.... | 29 i2-I 29 29 36 :SO
200 -H> United Railway Invest, pr: 59*4! 60 ; 59Vz' GO ; r >6 ;60 #
100 -IV. U. S. C. I. Pipe & Fo. pr.i 52- i 52 i 52 1562 : 50 i 53^
1001—4*1 U. S. Reduc. & Ret pr.... 15 !15-!15 ■! 15 14 il< ■
9 __I United States Rub. Ist pr.i109%1M9%|109%;i09%i109% 109%.
24,110—%, united States Steel | <72%| .72%}'.72 ! ~2V,1 72'j, 1 .2%,
4,1 — _ iUnited States Steel pr....1116%!116%j116%!118%,116% 116%
1 sooi + % 'Utah Copper ! 44' 44 78,7 8 , 44>-2 44Tg; 44% 45
'"10" 10 — : Vulcan Detinning pr......,| 60 !60 '.60 60 : — I —
' 30.V— V- Wabash I 16Vi| 16V R 16 'I 16 16 ; 16 Va
2Qor— % Wabash pr ' 33% 33% | 33% 33% 33% 31
1C0! +2 Wells Fargo Express .149 1149 149 - 149 145 1152
2.351 1 +1 3 - Western Maryland .- ; 48% 1 49%! 48% 1 49% 49 : 49%
SOW 42" AVestern Man.- land pr ;75 176 !75 ;76 ' 74 1 -' .6
•;-,-,' Western Union Telegraph. l 73 ! 73 ! 73 '73 ! 73^4 73
IK,! + 14 Westinghouse Mfg-. 1 66Uf 66t« 66W 66^ 664; 67Va
BOND MARKET SALES.
1000 Term Sett 3s 95%} -2000 Int-Met 4^s. 79 a *
100t' Va 6S6 S Defd ! SOOO do 'Wa
Ctfs 42% SWOB do ■•;••••• £0
2000 N V C 31<2R. 87%! 11000 -Int R T 55.. 103%
2:^000 do 4^s 1957.107V.j1 2000 do (is lOO^t
23000 do New... 1074! 1000 lowa Cent Ist
11000 do 4U5.520F.101 5s 103^
14<i0.-» do 101% SOOO JF & C 45. . 94»4
5000 do 4s 1956 7000 KCF S& M
■Rr.g .... 9S^ii 4« "
«H)0 Am T & T i SOOO XC So 35. 3. 73**
Cvt 4s 105 2000 no 3. 73 , ?
•0M Am Tob Cs.l«si4 2000 Ken Cent 4s. »iha
4sooo do 4s so',; 0000 L &• N Unif
7'XO do SO • 4s , «ff»
11000 Arnicur 4%s Ji2 s « : 1000 M Con 4s Stp Oh!*
2000 A T & S F 1<»«X)O M St Ry Gen
Adj 45.... f»l , 56 J°*>
BOOrt do Ptpd... &m <K>O> do Ctfs .S%
2t")<> do Gen 4s. H*-i' 10«X> do £*:»
ISO* do OSliil s*ooo do •••' 9
BOM do 99 I 6000 MX & T Ext
BOM do l«tVi Cs il- loi l^
40W do Cvt 4s. 104?;; SOdO Mo P Cvt sb. 91
BOM do 1960. T. 102 ' 2508 do •■•• ■ rt,*
••«KM> At Coast 4s. 04 ' 7^>O do . . .sISF. M
1OO<) do L & N i 2000 do ■•■ —■■ 90?*
4 S 03 • 5000 do Ist Con
i(Hi «t do 92?* ! 6s ..■•<^.lOl' : *
COOOB & O Gold MOO do Tr 5s •■■ 1 a
4s CSV- 3 (>00 NT A B <te.103
2000 do LE & *: I'AKKJ X V C Gen
-IV v4 S otTJ. t 3Hs *»»?»
aOOM do Pr S%»! 923; 30*10 do Deb 1934 93? i
BOM do Sw 3Hs : 7000 do ,, I W g Col grt
sCF **05b " 3V" **•*
.-,<«> do ......! KHi lOtl<> do Rps---v 7S Vi
1000 do I*** 200-) X TO* Kb
3000 Beth Stl Ba. Stt^i H( & * 08 -- 0 ,-,,
10000 BR T 48... 82»i .w do ly-rv; 10 - 4
10000 do ColV £«»£ 12000 ND* Is. &"i 34..
B*V™ fa":^ «0M NJ T 4U S .. gg
14000 Cof (-a Ist 16000 x - d ? «."civi Jwrs
14000 Nne ° a . l9 :i^, T.VHX. N * tf Cnv.
MM 'io 101 ; i 4!, •^••••a; -^"t*
SOM do 2,1 inc. fisui ■ •£? N, p Gen " s - S 8
c<^ I'sf-^iI ' sf -^ i % do pr-4;:::io?»p r -4;:::io?»
0000 c^o cvt wv "" ° £ *■ N Con ««
22(hV) do* 94'il f^ « ■&£
3MO Chic &x W ! •?» • ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; £,>
MMCUc B & o 2000 Ore S T. Gtd j»3
(ITI 45.... Wi 1 * 3000 do W2T4
2000 do Jt 4s. . »»b gQ^, P( . nl)a ronvt
»?» 2° ' ' ■ ••:;' : 1000 a? . . .B6F. 0»U
1000 mdo 11 Div lOrt ; 8000 do . . .sIOF. m\i
sooo ao aviß*.v."-;884 ; iom> do („:.-^
SOM do 3^5.... 88'* i i^oo do ' "' 1»«P»
,_, " V' en "' is c B ,v 2,? 1000 Ry St] Spr 5a 974
1000 ■ do Dub 55.1135 i Ift n(i at r, rye- «?
300, » CRI & P ; 10 °°- St a1.f:..100%
R<^f 4s £«U 10Ch y) do R & G
26000 do SJ!?» . 4 ,S4' :
6000 do R B4s 7:: ; 40 00 St t/& iSFR
10UOCSI-PM& r Gen. Tis.. P«H
O 6s 124', 5000 -'-do'-.RPf,4s. . »f)'i
f»(«00 C C C & St : r.OOO St L" St Ist
L Gen 4s. ft.iui 4s ........ S3"i
200>> »do 94 ; 10000 Scab A T. Ad j
1000 do WW v r.s . 7t>s
Div 45.. 91 '«! 22000 do ". 76%
MM do-St L Div I jvoort do 77
is 934: 3090 80 P Ist Ref
C-000 Clev L & W 4«= . . ... IMS
Ist .110 i 7t*y> do &4U
tV>i»("» C<t B Ist 4s 9<J ! 4<"»k> do Cvt 45. . 97' i
20000 do Rft Ex 1 33000 do f>7 s 8
4«s -.3. ?VP 2 ' lOCO do S F T
4<XK> Com Cab 4s>. 84 '» 46 . O2'»i
S3MO D &- H Cvt ! 10Ch"» So Ry Ist 8e.107^
4s M% : 21000 do Gen 4s. 7fi
■;<wio do Ref 4s PI»V 1000 do 7R^g
10iK> Den & R «3 j 3000 Tex &' P Ist ' ~
Con 4? 93 I S ... ."..110%
I<W» do Ref ss. .«»»! 2000 n & Del 6s. ion
300,t do (V"» ! 1000 P Ist 45...10Ui
{loon do S9»; 1000 do 101
4f*Vi do Imp s=.:<>li 4 13000 do 10116
;x~K»o do .'.lOia; • 10000 (To Cvt 4s 104
1000 D Sec C ss. 77 10000 do . . 103"&
9000 I.' & I R rjs.l^% 1 lO.'r> t: B Rub 68.102U
2000 Eric iFt Crn |51OiX> x* ? Etl S F
4- 84»il 5s 104
WOO do .V> ; IOO!> do . . . .". c.3041,
10000 no C\-t 4s 20000 do ..104»»
B 69' a! 1000 Va I C & C
1000 Ft \V & D C : 5e :... 95
Ist 113 ! 2000 Wab R & Ext
30000 Hook Val Ist ! 4s 63' i
44? lO2i v ! S7OOO TTect Md 4s. Sfiaj,
l<"KVt do 102S! 1000 West SF 5s 92' 4
IWOO dn 1OC?4! IfiPi TT S«i Ree.loo
1000 U & T.C Ist ' 6000 TV & B Ist.. 09Vs
5s lWi, 1 2<><X> do ... l'>oU
7000 Int-Met 4 'is 79T4!
Total sales of bond;, 81.482,000
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
| (Furnished s>y Effingham Lawrence *. Co.. No.
11l Broadway.)
Bid. Asked.; Bid. Asked.
Alb & Mi?...2fiO 2»r, Manhattan .. .137 140
Alb Xc Vt 65 75 Massaw Vy...128 140
Al!ech & -VV.I3T. 145 MH & S H..116 124
lAm T&C. . 78 fco Mobile &Bpf 66 78
At &£ A L.170 — M&O stk t c.'s 78 85
Auir & 5av.,105 110 Mor C & Bak 55 —
A G & M M. «5 7.*. do pref 160 —
Beech Creek. 9." 98 Morris & Ex. 175 180
Bo?t & A1b. 223 224 ( do extn »8 104
! Bost & L0w. 210 215 i Nash & Dec. lßl 190
Rost & Pr0v.295 2'ji'i-, Nash & L0w. 21 5 —
V. & 7th Ay.120 12.*) New Lon N..205 220
P.klyn City.. l6s 170 Ny & H c&p.300 313
C & B C 0... 135 140 NYB&M B pf.105 113
Canada 50... 62 70 NTL &W. 119 —
Cata let pf..l<>7 120 NY Mut Tol. 100 —
do 2d pf..-112 120 Ninth Aye.... 140 190
Cay & 5U5..216 223 North Car 150 160
C Crosstown. — 75 North (X H».I3S 140
Chat & O. .102 10S North (N J).. 80 90
C&EIT cfs 50 GO North Perm. . . 194 195
: do ctfs pd.llo 11« Northw Te1... 105 lid
CS & C pf.125 — Norf & W pf.205 215
Cirfield & M.130 — | Old Colony 187 189
Clev & Pitts. 185 169 Oswego & 5..212 220
do spl bet. 96 100 ! Fac ft At T. . 66 78
Col & N 200 210 Pat & H R.. .185 —
Cone & M...100 170 Pat & Ram.. 185 —
Cons & P. -.170 — Femig Valley. 129 144
C& P R pf.140 142 Peo & B Vy..l6fi 180
Conn River.. 269 271 phila G & N. 295 298
CRy & L... 73 76 PB&I. E. 60 70
do pref... 7& 82 I do pr«f 120 140
Dayton A- M. 68 — |P Ft W & C.165 170
D&- Bd Brk-18f> 195 i do special.. l ss 165
Det H& S. 94 88 iP McX * V..120 125
1 East Penn... l2S 138 PY& A P pf.163 170
i Eighth Aye.. — ! Prov & W0re. 260 270
Elmlra & AV.IOO 110 Rens & Sara.l?s 195
do pr"f 142 102 JR & G Vy...113 —
Erie & Ka1..200 230 Rome & C...125 14ft
Erie & Pitts. l3s 145 ,R W & 0ff. ..120 1231J
I Til -hbe pf..12» ISO Rot & Wh...135 145
-F W& J pf.130 i:is ' tara & 5ch..160 —
! 42d St<fcGSF.22O 270 • Second Aye.. 7 20
I Franklin T.. 35 45 Sharon Ry...10R 115
GR Ri-1JC0.25,1 260. Sixth Aye... 105 110
G & Stk T..IW 120 |Pr, &At Tel.. 87 97
Gr Riv Vy.:ilß 125 ! Southw of G. 105 110
! Hart & C.W 40 46 ISt L B Ist pf.120 130
i Hereford ... 85 92 1 do 2d pref.. 50 .63
111 C L L... 93 BB4ft|6t .T &So n.. ST. —
11, & Miss T6O . 70 do F^f 100 112
Interocean T. 93 100 T& G R Ac.MB 170
Jack L&S. «3 ?8 Tun of St L..115 125
Jollet & Ch. .ICO 170 23d St 20t» 250
KA &G R. 133 ISO UNJ RR * C.237 242
KCSl.AAfntcs 75 78 Upper C00b. ..123 — "
KC-L&C pf ISO !*'» I'" & niv..l" r ' liO
[VtM Po 320 33') re & ? Vy..140 190
i /£- MRI? 1« 170 IT" C& 13 73 74
L SNRiC.II2 12ft v „f N V. . .117 123
M Coal Rpf.im 1«3 VI «- Mass... 157'- 160
Man * Law. 225 I Warren 1«-> 175
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnished byV.'.'N. Coler & Co., No. 43 Cedar
street.
(Accrued Interest to be added.),
Bid. Asked.
•l'« March. 1930- "60 101 101
•4H November. 1067 lOTJi 1074
•«H May. Uin I" 7 * I'^'-J
•44: Nowml^r. 1917 - MS l«*
•41-,4 1 -, May, 15*17 *&. lli::
•4a, May l'J.*>& «2*;» ■•*
•4s November. 1M5. . . . .' Pft^ «.'*
•4E May. 1.-.7 ?f»V ••»
•4s »tav 1010........-- ••" Sy >*>~l
Us, Nov'tmbir. IWMM - M Ji ' M*
-■( NovewNsr. MB*..- '*'- »Ji
-.! v November. 1064- -'55 88 BSH
MS May. 1854 «7 3 « 88
T^ 1 * IKW-'M S 7,'i
■■::■' November. 1041.' «» s*< t
|»4/ November! Jl>2i> - CO 1 * • n«
|3H November. 1022 BBJi »3Ji
t.-! 'I November, i:-1H .••• l«Vs Hh
*:: ! November. 1914 - 0, r»7%
"^Coupons int»rrhan«fiil.lf. tR«-eiatere<l. JCou-
POtu jjtcalstercj anil coupons.
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:
I.*st ,-Closing.-,
sale. Bid. Asked.
Adams Express 245 . 220 245
AJUs-Cha liners Co 8?» 814 S!i
Allis-Chalmerß Co pref 30 20 SO
Amer Agricultural Chemical.. 48',» 4ola 40
Amer Agr Chemical pref 102 M —
Amer Beet Sugar pref {KJ 91 • 80
Amer Brake Sliod & Fay pref.l29"s 127? i —
Amer Car & Foundry pref... lls'^ 113% 115
Amer Coal H'0 l a «><» ISO
Amer Cotton Oil s»?i 5S 58%
Amer Hide & Leather. ....... 4 4 l 4Vi
Amer Hid« & Leather pref ... 23 22 ' 223
Amer Linseed 11 'i 11 12 2
Amer Linseed pref. ...'.. 32 Vi 32 33 Vi
Amer Locomotive prof 106 .a 10014 107
Amer Malt pref 35V4 .''-">■'?* 38',i
Amer Smelting pref B >v>?i B«i4 S7
Amer Snuff ....275 2»<o —
Amor Snuff .pref 101 s i 100 101
Amer Steel Foundry 42 '.a »2 43
Amer Sugar '.115?» 114 116
Amer Sugar pref 113 118 115
Amer Telegraph &. Cable *4 78 84
Ann Arbor 'X. 25 M
Ann Arbor pref 70 60 70
Associated Oil 01 4'i'4 —
Baltimore & Ohio pref 91 S:» Mlhi.
F.atopilu.s Mining 2% 2 . 24
Bethlehem Steel 2SHi 27 a i 29 1 *
Bethlehem Steel pref 59 56% 58 Va
Brunswick , 9la t> 10
Bun", Roch & Pitts... 107 102 104
Buff, Koch & Pitts pref 127 125 140
Butterick Company. 'J.Hi 27% 30
Canada Southern OOVs *4hi 72U
Central of New Jersey 278 2tW 2*l
Central Leather pref VH 103 104
Central & So .Am Telegraph. . 115 . 117: i 12OVi
Onioago & Alton pref tv 4", — ti^'a
Chicago Great Western 21 7 i 22 314
Chic, Ind & Louis pref — 60 SO
Chicago & Northwestern 142'g 14lVi 142
Chicago & Northwestern pref.2o3 ISO 210
Chic. St Paul, Minn & 0 140 13 1 * 145
Chic, gt Paul. M & O pref. ..105 160 173
Chic, Clev, Cln &Bt L 65U *)."> 69^
Chic, Clev, Cm & Si L pref.. 9»l? ■ !'BH 100
Cleveland & Pittsburg — 16.'5 —
Colorado Fuel & Iron 31 30 T« 31
Colorado Fuel & Iron pref....no' 2 IHHa 117 -
Colorado & Southern 57 5t5^2 57 1 i
Col . & Southern Ist pref 7.". 72 75
Col & Southern 2d pref 74 70 70
Col & Hocking Coal & 1r0n... V : z . 4 -0
Corn Products Refining pref.. 79 78 7ii'i
Delaware & Hudson ". 102? i HJ2la M 5
De],,Lacka & Western 520 46t) .575
Denver & Rio Grande 29' 2 28 2»
Dcs Moinea & Fort Dodge... 44 ] -2 4',i 13
Detroit & Mackinac 80 82 ; c 90
Detroit United R R. ...... 68 68 70
Duluth, South Shore & Atl... 11 ' '30 ■ 12
Duluth. South Shore & Atl pf. 21 ' 21 22
Erie Ist pref 47 . 45?* . 46?»
Evansville & Terre Haute.... 60ti 58 62
Evansville & Terre Haute pf . 82*3 70 1 . 80
Federal Mining & Smtltingr. .IS 12^ 15
Federal Mining & Smelt pref. 40 ' i 45% . 65" !
Federal Sugar '. ; .... 3<» 20 ■•;- 35
Federal Sugar pref 95 .-M • — r-
General Chemical 95 95 100
General Chomical pref ..■ I«3U 10<) 1044
Granby Mining 40 30 00
Havana Klectric Railway 03 . S9 —
Havana Electric Railway pf. 93 J i — 057-4
Hocking Valley ....139 123 388
Homestake 85% •>4'i b-S
Illinois Central 130> 3 18©% 133
Ingersoll Rand Co V>s • !<•'> —
Ingersoll Rand Co pref 84 ': !)7 —
Intprnational Harvester HO 1 -! l«">0 10O*i
International Paper . 12% 13% 13
Int Steam Pump pref. ... 84 1 .-i . 84 86
lowa Central 187»: IS 18%
Kansas City. Ft S & M pref. 75 73 76» 3
Keokuk & Dcs Moine3 pref... 41% "1 .V)
I>acka wanna Steel .....39 ?'» 39
Laclede Gas pref 95 80 102
Lake Erie & Western 17 i 10 20
Lake Brie & "Western pref... 37 U ."» 45
Lake Shore 320 r.2T, 450
Long Island <>4 <>2 *>T
Louisville & Nashville 343? i 142^ 144
Mackay Companies 02 !K» ', 03
Mackay Companies pref it? 74 3 » 70%
Manhattan Beach — 2'i 3
Manhattan Elevated ISO 137 'a I4i»
Marine 5 41;4 1 ; 5 •
Marine pref 1B 1 * 15't: 16'^
Michigan Central ..:. — — ISO
Minneapolis <$• St Louis pref.. 53*. — 54
Minn. St Paul * S !? M 131 ISO 132
Minn.. St P & S S M pref...l4*U 14« ISO
Missouri, Kansas & Texas 32 31 32
Missouri. Kansas 6c Texas pf. r >2 02 3 <>."
Missouri Pacific i-^'% 4R»* • 46U
MorrlE & Essex IS3 17*» 180 .
Nashville &' Chattanooga 14A isfi 14s
National Biscuit pref 12" 123 124
Nat Enameling &- Stamping.. 19 16 17 '-
Nat Enameling & Stpg pr«f.. M SO 80
National of Mexico pref 6J> ۥ= 72
National of Mexico I'd pref... 34H .'!4 s i SftVi
Ne« Central Coal 321& SO 60
New York Air Brake 71 68 72
N T Chicago & St Louin G6 64 6S
NT, Chic & St L Ist pref.-.lOS'i 105 11 <>
N T. Chic & St L 2d pref 90 SS 93
New York Dock 29 — So
IC T, Lackawanna & "Western — 118 125
NY Ontario & Western 4O*» 40 40U
Norfolk & Western pref 99 80 S9*4
North American 64 64 65 <
Ontario Silver 2 1H 214
Pacific Coast 105 PS 10.1
Pacific Coa?t let pref 105 JV> 110
Pacific Coast 2<l pr»f 105 PS 105
Pa.-lflc Tel & Tel pref 05 90 09
Pacific Tel & Tel pref 95 OS &0
Teoria & Eastern 20 17 22
Philadelphia Co 07% 94 97 1 -4
Pitts. Clev, Cm & St L 97 '> Pf. 98Va
Pitts. Clev. Cm & St L pref.ll3 105 112
Pittsburg Coal MH4 17 ISS
Pittsburg Coal pref «fl * 67 69
Pitts, Fort Wayne & Chic 17?,' i 1«3 —
Pressed Steel Car 30 SO 31
Pressed Steel Car prof 93 1 -, 93 04^4
Pullman Palace Car 15*4 15S 160
Quicksilver » " SH
Quicksilver pref 5% 4 5
Readinir Ist pref 90 £7"i 91
Reneselaer & Saratoga 2GO — 2<X>
Republic Iron & Steel 30 1 -i BM4 30*4
Republic Iron & Steel rref.... 93^3 . 32 93
Rock Island pref... 60 60% 62
Rome. Wat &• Ofrdentb 12lHi 119 —
St L & St F Ist pref 62 M 6T.
Ft I, 4S F M pref 38 M 38% 40
St L & S F C & E Til ctf». ..125 100 150
St LitS F C E 111 ctfs pf..llfl'j — IIS
Ft L&SF C& E 111 new. W*< BO BS9I
■St Louts Southwestern 2*' i 25 26
St L'uis Southwestern pref... <>2 6014 61 "4
Sears-Rosbuck '. IPI ISO IPS
Rears-Roebuck pref 120 its'; lift
Slo«-Pheffleld Pteel & 1r0n... 49 1 i- 49 49H
PloHs-Shefflelfl Steel & I pref..l!4»i — 112',
South Porto Rico Sugar. ..... 90 «,,-, —
South Porto Rico Sugar pref. lll 100 113
Southern Rv M & O ctfs Sfi'i 70 8.1
Tennessee. Copper 13R 136 136*4
Texas & Pacific Land Trust.. 90 SS 92 T 4
Thircl Avenue R R 10' i fl'4 10
Toledo Railways *• Light 8 7H S
Twin City Rapid Transit 1081& 108 108U
I'nlon Pqr & Paper SU S . t>
United Clear Mf« pref .10<>i» 10-> 1O;{
Vrl'»d Dry CtOoi"* 101 -\OO 102%
rn!t«l X)r\ «"^->--><lii pref 102. 100 joe
X 3 S Cast Iron Pipe & Fdry. • 1«U IW4 17
United State" Express 94 9?. OS
I- « Realty & .Improvement. . 69 68 70
IT X Reduction A- Refining . . 4Vs 4'; •" 7 '."
TTnitM States Rubber 3414 34 M
I"nit-< 1 States Rubber 2d pref 71H 71 74
Vlrcinla-narolina Chemical... «i 'i 61 % 62 i
Va-Or Chemical pref. I?'' 122 I?.*,
Vireinia Iron. Coal & Coke... r.fi^i 45 fifi
WestJnrhouec Mfg i?t pref. .122 no 122
Wheel .«• Lake Krie 5H 4l4 l B%
Wheeling & Ijak« R 1«» pref. 124 12 13
Wheeling <£• Lake E 2d pref. C.'Vj rt- a |
Wisconsin Central B7'r "> fiT
l
COBALT STOCKS.
(Furnished by "Warren, trzowskt & Co., No 33
Broad street )
Bid.Asked.: Bid.A(.k*>d.
Amalgamat.. 1 "..I 1-*1 -* Rcse 44.*. 4.ik
Bailey .^--- ",, J* , Little Mpl,, 13 >; I.^,
Hi-aver Cons 2»U 27 McKinlev ...124 i"«
1 nuffalo ..-♦«s• 215 Nancy Helen. 2-i 4
iChamb-Ferl. 15^4 17 1 Nlplsßln ...1075' 1100
Cof Cobalt. 10U 2OVi Nova Sootla.. ,14' ii«
, Cobalt Cent. 7»; 8 Ophir j ft 15
Cobalt Lake 12. 1 2 ••« Ot Use ,•«, [«
<Y.n!««a» ...MO 5_.5 P^ir-rson L.. ISU It ,
Crown Res.. 271 27S Right ofWay 2»% i^
FoFtPr «V* X Roche«t«r ... 31, .{»:. { »:
Glfford - ,L Silver Leaf.. 5 R^
ci Northern 11 llli I Silver Har... la
Green -Meeh. 1H 2 I Silver Queen. 4 5
Harjrraves.-.. -25 2T.Vj TemUkamlng. S2<i >.'i
Hudson nay.ll2 120, Tretbewey ..117 m
.John Btaek.. 1 S Waffs .. ■• ' ,1
Kcrr LAk«..CCO 700 i Wettlaufer.,.loo^ 107
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Fre-hbllda>\ dulness ' charac *t?* e «.-«rt
trading in the market for °«««*<^ "££' h
ties, with a - heavy falling off all • » nrougn
the list, excepting one or two of the cop
per issues, t The only feature _^orthy of
merition was the activity in ■ British Co
lumbia Copper, due to the report that divi
dends ; would be resumed early next_> ear.
After," opening? at. Thursdays hl f*^ ngar*>.
profltt-taldns caused a reaction of ?»•■ »-ni
no, Inspiration, Ray ; Consolidated and
Greene Cananea were a shade .wer Tne
silver stocks were steady, but InactU^. The
industrial list was practically neglected,
with the exception of In , terC( i? tin n i t i L i
Rubber, which after derlining a « railed
to the best. Standard Oil and American
Tobacco were Steady. Bonds were quiet
but steady in tone. . Detailed operations
follow :
INDUSTRIAL.
Sal**. .:>. open. High. Urn. Last.
1000 Am Sm Sec it?. 5-33 5-32 MJ 5-32
3PO.+At G& W I pfd 21 ; 21?* 21 -1
1200 Int Rub Tr cts. 32! i <W £ S
2OO'*July Oil s<> «5 22 •_"!;
800 May! Oil ....... 70 70 '','■ •«- v
800 Palmer Oil I 's ,!■*„,** M Z*
•M Standard Oil ....*! 7 617, *>l V.,
• 400 Sulzbprger. pfd-.l'* 1 1""'* «•• IW.+
400 U-S 14 & Heat. 2 ■■- 2-;> r,. ;»,
. 200 VS L & Hts pfd " s i •* *?* "*
RAILROAD.
100 Chicago Sub... 4■; \* -^ » '
MINING.
4<XtC> British Col Cop. 1% ''* -'f» „;?"
lOOOChino Copper.... 21 '» 2 1 » -' '» ri,?
15000 *Cobalt Central..- 8 BJj J, » y>
BOOConaDl Ariz Sm. Pr Jn m« ■ „./'
i«hi "Ely Con:... S3 3», •« ■"•
2<)o First Nat Cop.. II 1 * lb I' ' V -«*t
200Giroux Mining.. 6*l Oh ';,* . : «•*
10000 'Greenwater .... R • •'«* £7
aSDO Inspiration Cop.. BTs H^g «•* o«'*
3i» Mumbo Exten... 25 • 2+; ■ 2." -«
HJOKerr Lake. M .'•;» «♦! . ««
12.") I^a Rose Comet. 4 f s +4 ! » fh 4A
100 Miami Copper... ltf'i 19H "''2 1?,7
400 Min»B of A. new 55 757 5 "> » •*• .J?"
75 'McK-Dar .....125 125 125 125
500 Nevada Hills 214 2t? 24 -»:;
lOONev-U M & i?. :* r -« • I *'?
300 XipJssii'B M Co. 11 11 10'»- 11 "
700 Ohio Copper 14 'A v ? ' '■?§
1500 Pacific Smelters. A '3 A " „?
*>» Precious Metals. 11 f * l't 1 * ' *
10<J0 'Rawhide In.. 3'j 4 *% 4
SOOO Ray Central 2 2 1U 2 .
SCK)Ray ConsTd.... 18 : t IS I.*,1 .*, t"!- 1 ? 1 * t lB
500 R»d Warrior M. I ', I i ii 1 ' "i;?
1000 'Tramps ConsTd 2'«. 2'i 22 1 * 22 1 *
1700 Trl -Bullion 2 l a A — 2
125 Tularosa 1 1 1 '
Union Mines \ X % ..J*.
0000 • United Rico I*. li 1% '2
1960 Yukon Go! 4M. S?s V-';i Mi S"fc
BONDS.
MOW Am Sm S«a l.ioi 101 l«» 101 ,
1000 Am Writ's Pas .SitVi S9!i M»'i *»?2
10000 Hud * Man 44 333 3 ?!• 7ft 78 19
3000 Ray ConsTd 65..1154 Ufi>M 115>i 1.."- 1 ?
14000 S B T & T Be. MS ••% ••% 06%
25000 Western I'ac Sa> 92?» Mrs 0i:'« »2'i
♦Sells cents per share. tO£d lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Considering the holiday character of the
trading throughout the day, the market on
the Consolidated Exchange was a fairly
broad one, thirty issues being represented
in the transactions, including odd lot 3of
several stocks which were not dealt in on
the New York Stock Exchange. Most of
the business was- done in the forenoon,
with an impromptu holiday celebration on
the floor interfering with dealings in the
late afternoon. Trading sentiment was
bearish, but there was no disposition shown
to operate aggressively. A little covering
of short contracts toward th© close of the
session caused a number of the leading
stocks to touch high prices which were
fractionally above the other board. Trans
actions totalled 15,750 shares, the smallest
total for a full day this year. Detailed op
erations follow. . .
STOCKS.
Sales. . • Open. High. Low. Last.
MW Amal Copper... til.' "i 63 t">-"s G+*i
1,460 Am Beet Sugar 42*4 43?* 42 1 * 43^»
110 Am Ice » • • •
lit Am Malt pref. . 35 35 • &> m
350 Am Smelting.. 73 g 73"^ ~:V» <3 »
210 At Top & S Fe.ll» 100% 100 I(J<> '»
SO Bait' & 0hi0... 105 105 104' 3 104 i
110 Bklyn Rap Tr. 7*. 75% 75 »*
60 Cent Leather. . '.'-- 32 SI 5 -.- ol'a
lOOChes & 0hi0... bl>% 80% 80* 80%
100 Ch Mil & St P. 121 s * 122 121?* 12 t
25OConsol Gas IS.'* 135'= 133 a * MM?
20 Corn Products.. 14'^ 14** H;= M*
'"0 Brie .. 27 ,j 27 1 *• *-3 2.V2
100 Inter-Met ..... 10 1 ; 10^ li'^i 1»J?
40 do pref...... 54 - 54 1 * 5t >_>4;*
.->«) I.*;high Valley.. 170 3 s ltHi 1 * l.S*» ipf*
220 Nat Lead 54 1 * 54i .i^'* <>4Vj
100 N V Central.. ..HO 1 ., 110 : 2 11O : « 110»2
180 Nor Pacific... 115^8 115*k HSU Jl«|
3,840 Reading ■ M*% l-» » I*°!* I * 9
•20 Rock Island...: 29% 29«. 29 , 2".»?>
1.-.0 Southern Pac.ll4'B 114 7 s 114 134.-*
20 Southern Ry... 2ti 1 s Sf* 2«V« *m!
30Tenn Copper 34 : s 34H •->■;'» .5-»
1.940 Union Pacific. .!•}!•> 170 L i I**"-* «•
4,310 U S Steel 72 1 * 72' a (2 .'-,*
10 do pref H« T 8 11« T » ll'>'" 116.^
50 West L'nion 72 a '■• 72rs BJ4
130 West Maryland 48 i 49TJ 43 *» 4«.»'.,
15,750 Total sales.
• - / MINING.
1,200 Atlanta V...13- " .13 .'\\ -\ :i :
lOOßelmont 4.50 4.M 4.&) 4. : ''»
140 Goldfleld Con. .&..»• &.T.O B.o<^ 8.50-
SOOlsabella ...... l.» .M .^' - 1 ?
200 Montana 85 .&•'• .88 • JH
lOOOphir 1.25 , 1.25 . «•»,, 1 -V"'.
400 Sierra Nevada .12'; .12- . .1- * -'r,' 3
■ 2f>o Standard »" l = ■ ..H7"-: >.;:> .«•
1.000 Tramps 02 ' a .024 .«% ."- : =
3,640 Total sales. ' ,
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1911-27.
(Furnished by Swartwout & Appenzellar, No. 40
Pine street.)
Name. . Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlantic Coast Line 4 p c. 1011--17... 5 4V»
Buff Rocn & Pitts 4-4«T pc. 1?19-'2J-- *% *J«
Central of Georgia 4^-5 pc, lull- 17. 5J6 4H
Central of New Jersey 4 v c, 1011- 17. 4 ! a 4 *
Cbea & Ohio 4 p c. mi- 117...........1 17.... ....... •• ♦*
Chicago & Alton 4-i'--:. p ■: .1011- 19. •5H 4|*
Chic & East 111 4:-5 pC. 1011- f 1, ..... £% 45«4 5 «
Chic I & Vac 4].i-64 ] .i-6 pc, 1911-19... 55 1 * «
Cm Ham & Dayton 4*4-5 pc. H'll-20. 5V3 4'»
Delaware & Hudson 4% pc, MS 4f a 4H
Erie 4-4 4-5 pc. UUI-17 .}'= 4%,
Hocking Valley 4-4-, j. c, 1911- IS -. •- 5 4Va
Hudson & Manhattan ope. 1911-11*. . 6 " a
KCFtS '& M JJ 1 * P c 1911- f ls -W 4>
Kans City So 4b Pc, 1611 -'IS s'* 4?»
Lehigh Valley 4-4 131 3 pc. 1911- 4* ? 4*.i
Missouri Pacific 5p c. 1911 'I* oij 4'»
Mobile & Ohio 4-6 pc. IPII-'l6 .i'» 4?*
NT Central Lines 5p c. 1911-*22 4*» 4H
Norfolk & Western 4P c. 1911 -'16 4?* IS
Pennsylvania 3';-4 pc. I9ii-'i7 4^j 44 1 *
St i, & San Fran 1 3-5 pc. 1011-"1 T. s}» &
do suar AC&F 5p c, 1911-*l7 o^i 4%
Seaboard Air Line 43.5-54 3 .5-5 r> c. -'17.. 5* 3 4S
Southern By »*-*-#% p c 1911--21... 5V* 4T4
Virginian Ry •" p c 1011--19 s?* 6
Wabash 4%-«P c. 1&11- - 21 3i» 474
Wheel & Lake Erie 4ȣ-5 pc. 01 1- 22. <? f-
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by ft L. - Day & Co.. No. 37 Wail
street.)
Dec.22.Dec.23. i Dec.22.Dec.23.
Bos & A1b.*224 *224 : United Fruit. 193 »5t1»2
Boston Elev-.127^ 127^,081 & HeoIa.SSO 545
CJ R &UST.ISS'/a l35Vi Centennial M 1»> ; 4 16
Fitchb'g ptM2d 120 : Cop Range M 66»i 6G
NY NH & HIM • »15lU Franklin' M.. 0 0
Old Colony. .lSy 1^& Granby M.... 36% 38
\V ESt Ry. ••% f'° s i Mass Cons M 7Va 7
do pre£.". .103 101 Mohawk M. 45 45
Mass El Co» 18 18 [No Butte 2S?i £754
do pref... 85 88 , Osceola M...!^.". 125
Am Pneum.. 4^ 4Va Old Dom M. . 374 S7Vi
i do pref... 14 1 ! 14 ! 3! Parrot M 11', lib
Am T & T..142 142'< i Quincy M.... 70ii 70
New En? T 137 ! i IST% j Tamarack M. 52 51
West T&T 16 IS t Wolverine M.115 115
do pref... SK>U 9M4111 S Smelters 35 *» ■>.'>
Un Shoe M. M»j 55 j do pref 47 47
do pref... 2S^> »'i Mass Gas RS 87? i
; Arcadian M. 8 3 I do pref Pi M
Atlantic M.. 6»» '5% Well 13 13
Shannon M. U\ U ;
•Aaked. tEx dividend^
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(furnished by Cnarle* D. Barney & Co.. No. 23
Broad street, New J'orlc, and No. 122 South
4th street, Philadelphia.)
Bid. Asked.; Bid. Asked.
Am Cement. 17 20 \ L*h!jh Nay. . 92 03
Am Ry Co.. 42 42'!>,1.«h Val R R BP 4 00
Camb Steel. 42 42! i Phlla Co 47» 4S : »
CTrof N J 72'j 73 i do pref.... 41 42
•E Stor Bat 47^ 4.SW l Perm R R Co 64% 64? i
El Co of A. 11% 11 I*.1 *. Perm Steel pf.io:; 106
Fairm't Tr.. B 7 I Phila Elec Co 16H 16' i
Gen Asphalt 33 * S3 ; Phlla Rap Tr US IS'
do pref... "UU 86 Smokeless p. 15^a 16
ICoofN A2O £oli0 l i Union Trac. . 42 7 « 43M.
ZnV.e S Corp i" 1 : 28%|U» G«s Imp. M 86's
do pref... 61"* iO2 Welsbach Co. 40 42
BONDS.
A R Cony 5b M W I Ph;!« Eleo 4f 77 77 '»
El & Peo As 87*4 &• ' do 5e 102 102»-I
N J Con C 5.103 If«3^i!-Phila Co Bs.. PSH P«
•Ex dividend.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished by J. Thomas Reinhardt. No. 38
Broad street. New York, and No. 54 Devon
shire street, Boston.)
Shares Open. High. Low. fin—
500 Acme . 5l5 l s'» s : i 314
2.400 Amal Nev Mines.. H's 10 >.>i 10
7«» Arizona Mine*.... « »: 5% «
72ft Bay Ptate Gas.... 31 31 31 31
1,705 Boston Ely 0- w v, U5
4.540 Cactus Ccpper...- 24 M 24 2rt
fiOO Calaverai 2A "A i", 2,t
1D, 40U 'Champion ... 10' 3 10U I<> lou
78 Chief Consol 1H it, |v 18
Chtuo 21 H 21V, 21 ' oj-i
385 Corbln Copper .... 414 4 , 4 •'■
• .V) Davis-Daly l> a 11, r> ,L
4.*> Dominion Bjmd... Hi '.1 7 , Ml (>»i
fis First Nat Copper.. . i,f, * |» J>« * 'Yj?
.'tOGoldneld con H% s* s s i, rI«
l.«2O Inspiration Si, s" rji ml
160 Laramle B PAP- 85 »$' f! 5 If cg v
75 Live Oak .... 25'« 25 "i 25' i 2.">s«
lO.nftl Mackinaw 34 44 31 40
520 Mexican Metals... i>fj 2« «S "U
200 Molll*-. Gibson . 18 ; () .i^ .„■■•
100 do pref I'^ 1 a "v *'| •
aOO. Majestic ......... 3S S-S™ m m
, 77.', Nat Mln Esp 7 11 7 -
..13i» Nevada Douglas... 2.^ 2\ " f \ M
B.KOd Rawhide Mlntnß. . 4' 4 i, $ " -,*
3f;VKlicde .lnland Coal. j\.\ .%'* %i . *j*
South I^ake 7',i 7«i 71. -1?
TO Vulture ........... h»a Si s' *,'
25Tutna .....'. 28 a ■ -y :
•Ex dividend.
f TOPICS Or THE STREET.
±;rLsrfo r °^a^pgi
transferred ■ through the Sub-T«asur>
San Francisco and $3.090.000 L " a ;'*',-. J, , nn r
notes sent to Washlni?ton for r»-<l«i , ¥ i.
The gain from th* Interior '%S* n Jr'' m cL
Receipts- of new gold were X^h^ks % -
|v. on New York away office checKs. V
oJ-4.000. on San Francisco " mlnrch-cks.*^.
000 and on SeatUe assay. offlc<* «*««=:
$23,000. Ordinary disbursements bjtne-uo
Treasury were $3,486,000. pa > l' n r t8 c .
the banks to the Sub-Tr«asun .tor • cv»
torn?, Internal revenue. 5 per cent ■ r*d«mp
fion fund, etc . amounted to *^ ; ;;•_ _
showlns a gain on Sub-Treasury operations
proper of $668,000. The tota l=aln 1 from all
these sources aggregated Ji.^' 1 . 1 " > o. ■
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. - DivM^nds
havo been declared as follows: Th« bnUefl
States Mortgage and Trust Corn^nj
quarterly. 6 per cent, payable P^ember SO.
The Copper Range Company $150- Tne
Trimountaln Mining Company $»•• TM
Vulcan Detlnning Company regular nuar
t«-rlv l'« P«r cent on the preferred. pa>
able January 20. The Kansas Gw.&
Electric Company regular quarterly .' V
cent on the preferred, payable J« nuar > *
Th«. North Star Mines Comoanj II pat
cent, payable December 31. The New Urk
County National Bank regular seml-ann ta.l
21 per cent, payable January 3. The •***
tional Butchers* and Drovers* Bank reg
ular semi-annual I per cent. Payable Jan
uary 3. The Peoples Bank . regular semi
annual •". per cent and an extra T* : per
cent, both payable January I The Lnlted
States Worsted Company regular quarter
ly 1% per cent on the "Preferred, viable
January 13. The Batterj; Park National
p.ank initial semi-annual -. per cent, pa> -
able January 3. The Alliance Realty Com
pany regular .quarterly 2 par cent, paj able
January 16. The Mortgage Bond Com
pany regular quarterly 1% per cent, paj
able December 31. Interborough 1 Estates 6
per cent on the preferred and 10 per cent
on the common, payable January l^.
COPPER MARKET WEAK.-Tl* cop
per market is dull and weak, with no buy
ing power to speak of. Consumers appear
to be indifferent to the course of the metal
and are making no bids even under trie
low level prevailing. The-.' seem to have
arrived at the conclusion that copper will
sell considerably lower and are. In no haste
to maße commitments for future deltveo.
Electrolytic copwer In small lots la easily
obtainable at 12%«12% cents a pound but
owing to the light demand large selling
agents are not inclined to make quota
tions.
AMERICAN SMELTING & REFINING.
—An officer of the American Smelting &
Refining Company denied t yesterday the
statement made In a special dispatch from
Baltimore that about $1,000,000 -would be
Fuent In improving the company s plant in
that city.
TO SUCCEED HOOT.EY, LEARNED &
CO.— Among the important Stock Exchange
firm changes announced Is the dissolution
of Hooley. Learned & Co.. George t--
Learned retiring. The firm is succeeded
by a new copartnership under the title or
Edwin S. Hooley & Co.. consisting of Ed
win S. Hooley. Frank E. Brumby -Abra
ham G. Hooley. John B. Chamberlin and
George H. Johnson.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
London. Dec. 23.— Consols closed 1-16
higher at 79% for money and ..-., for^ac
count. Anaconda was unchanged at i-s'u.
Canadian Pacific unchanged at 199. Grand
Trunk % lower at 24%.
Money was in restricted supply and dear
er' and discount rates hardened.
The stock market was quietly steady,
with traders mainly occupied in making
arrangements for the mining carry-over.
Kaffirs consols, and a few foreign bonds
hardened, and diamond shares were strong.
American securities, were dull and feat
ureless, and scarcely a transaction was
concluded during the session. Prices closed
within a small fraction of parity.
Call money in London, 3*[email protected]^2 per cent,
open market discount rate for short bills,
ZK per cent: long bills, 3}£@3 9-16 per cent;
Berlin discount rate, 4^ per cent. Paris
discount rate. 232 3 per cent; Paris exchange
on London. 23 francs 3SM centimes: Ber
lin exchange on London. 25 marks 43^.
pfennigs. Bar gold. 77s 9!-sd, and Ameri
can eagles, 765, o^id.
Paris. Dec. 2S.— Three per c^nt rentes
closed 10 centimes higher at 97 francs Jl 1 *
centime?. Prices were firm on the Bourse.
Berlin. Dec. 23.— Trading was very dull
and' prices were weak on th- Boer^e.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO.
MM 1909. " 1908.
">rs wk in D«c $375 923 $587,739 5518.214
jSl^l-I^etlS'.. i5^5M 14,319.358 12.153.755
1 GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA.
Nvmber of miles M &*> £95
M wk. In Dec. $46,443 -$51,022 $41,592
July l^Dee. 14.. 1.080.504 1,059.75:* 83...51
IXTEROCEANIC OF* MEXICO.>
Mwk In D^c. $158,421 $172,237 8132.056
July 1-EVc. 14.. 3.500.513 8.652.484 2.336,217 ;
NATIONAL OF MEXICO.
23 wk. in Dec. J1.153.59S 51.151.629 $914.1«7
July 1-rSc. 14.. 25:e53.375 25.430.439 20,474,633
RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN.
M wk. in Dec. $10,027 $10,097 *£■}$$.
July l-l>ec. 14.. 200.544 232.959 HUH
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
2.2 wit. in Dec. $435.567 f41».757
July 1-I*c 14.. J>.239,*524 8.H31.564 ■
TWIN* CITY RAPID TRANSIT
•>,' wk in r>c. $141,127 $134,13*5 SIC3.PSA
.Tan 1-Dec 14.. 7.095.619 6,553.530 •J.C*6,7^o
INTERBOROUGH RAPID TRANSIT.
Month of Nov.- mo . 1!W. l^a^
r*m«B nni>r rev $2 •>">?, 279 12.405>. (9i *W«,,>l^
O^r expends. , 9S4>->7 887.071 97.656
Net oper. rev. $1,573,538 V*™** J™
Taxes 154. 709 124,465 _ .Af.iul
Inc. from oper.H^T^ $1.45f.23j> '$29,478
Other income... 29.323 31.70. -2.351
Total income. $1.445.077 HfIMM «?31.SK>
Int., rent, etc.,
h n f£rir 556.445 881.070 5£5
Net corp inc. $r»6t.fiSl $.".».««. s«M sis j
Fa«enffrscar'd 4&.73i54] 47.7r.V,158 t.MO.«SJ
G»w r <ißen B TCnr.fU.a«Sa ltt«,W ail
Oper. expense?. 4.. 12.245 4.339. 0*58 <>'»'■»
Net oper. i*v. 56>U.054 5^.94 4.t553 «sl3o.fEs '
Ta^es .l. l 766.670 707.503 59.167
inc. from .per. $6.047.354 "f6.2.T77156 •tlff^
Noa-oper. Inc.. 14«.12t> l?t>.« — "4».SS«>
Gross Income. $6,194,510 $6,45."u90D •J239.35S
Int., rent, etc.,
{SuSflS^ 4.444 4.^^001 _ 55.323
Net <•"„ Inc. »1.750.0J» $2,044. •?2M,721
Dlvdß. (3 m 03.). 757.500 787.900 _
Surplus $062,505 $1.257.;., 7 •?:•»:;!
PaasSsers car-d223.520.631> 21t> /¥..-., H7 ♦. 1t6.t:22
•Decrease. "
Th« Increase in operating expenses is largely
due to extraordinary expenditures, the result of
changes In subway equipment made necessary
In connection with the operation of ten-car ex
press and six-car local trains.
UNITED STATES EXPRESS.
Month of Sept.— 1910. Increase.
ExprS? wvenu* *1.705,323 $399,797
'■."on -ration revenue 2S.OM 5..84
Express privileges (debit).. 535.091 153.13S
Total operating revenuo.. I»W.4M $222, 4-2
! Maintenance »-« -V 'Ml
Traffic expenses .1— i , r*"
Transportation expense 705.65< 142.015
General expenses '.'" 600 1.477
'Total operating expenses. $321,623 $134,159
Net operating revenue . $16«.933 $?9,2«3
Taxes 3.727 _ 971
Operating Income .*.. $13?,20S $?7.203
July l-£ept. 30—
Express revenue $5,027,323 $1,155,017
i Non-transportation revenue 79.561 19.705
Express privileges (debit).. 2.409,543 . 562. 4!5)
Total operatlr.sr revenue. $2*07.34! $612,243
Maintenance $72,977 *$tD I
Traffic expenses ' S0.1»>« 11.671
Transportation expenses... 2.179.3U 396.563
General expenses : 150.6T.7 •' aj |
Total operating expenses. $2,422,031 $344,516
Net operatlns revenue... $275,310 $267,727
Taxes - _ 27.131 \ % -->
Operating Income ... fMaiTI tSSMH
•Decrease.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
(Furnished by Swartwout & App»n2»rllar, v 40
Vine street.)
Nam*. Maturity. BIcJ. Ask. . yJel£
Name. \l«turltx BW. Ask. yield.
Am Cig»r 4 p C Mch 15, I»U.. 9;.-* liv»^ 3.^7
do 4 pc. Mch a 1912 .. 88' i fis»» am
Bah & Ohio 4 p c. M,h 1". HOI 88 * 100 4.©0
do 4*.i V> ft June. 1013 JH> l i !-..' a 4*50
Beth Steel Corp Ope. Nov. lUI4 0fi"» »| , .1 75
Chi &■ Alton Ip c. Mch IS. IMS. •.!« * fa 5.30
.'in H & Day 4 pc, July. 1913. !'T . n; » | „
CC C i St Ii 5p C. Juri* 1 . 1911. Hi , i»>o«, 1 ■«)
1..-. Beaatt »•- »c. July. lf'-J2.Kn>S i«>i', 1 *.-.
Brt««pc. April 8. 1911 lOOS jtn>i, LM
on Rub * = pc. luly. I° ls i»4 in . •;.«i»
Hud Cos «v. >. Cot 13, mn. ;i<» a»' .Vrti.
do « p '. Feb. 1913 MS hn*, •' ••
Inter Rap Tr <> i- c. May. I.l! .I<>i>*« IO»4 ;:..H*
KCBy 4 U « p •. Sent. Ml •'-•, ••;>'» t;...
do si, ,-. May :iS. l'.M.t . . ie, l i !„; , rt 3 .
Ie :i Steel •"• p c. M * '•"•" (»! ?CH 7. U>
i Minn .<. Hi I- 5 P .-. Feb. 1911.. 89% ;.., . , ■..
Mr. Kill A T •"• ►' c. Auk. 1811. l»0*i Mg 5.0 l»
N v Central Unes. >'.ipt-». spo
Nov. l!HO-'2".2 4*iSf4»» pc has!*
do is 11 c. Jan. lull 2-"* 4Ssn4H p<• t«sU
NY N 'i & H & p «\ 1011-'l2.li«O»i ji.i •, ™
ft I* *i 1 F *'* V'• F**>. '■"- US u^'s «.l»»
«fo «*> p C. M.-r. 1013 M !««i : .• «.M
Southern Rv 5 i> c. Feb. 11>13... •..; « lt.>>» 5.4.%
i Tidewater »". p ••. June. I9U 101 l s 101 B.M
I W»st T-i Tsp c. Feb. 1813 •*>■, !•«> 4 .'.•<>
I Uwt t" i M 6 p c. Aii|, 1j>13..100!i IWS 3.55
WESTERN MARYLAND.
Th* Western Maryland" Railway" Cenui*
reports for thft six months ended Jur,«
1910. as follows: v J -at >»
Cross earnlLZs— 1&10. l,v*9 ir^—
Parser «•- ;.".; . . 371.734 2M^a ]JSJ
Jtol'. express, etc... 141.501 12*.4S>- .*>
Totals $8.«44,4M7 ?2.S.*.?,«3i>"}^r^?
Operating exvtnfn — -".*.i
Maintenance way and - .« .• ' r
structure $321,475 $341* u*\ •«2-i;-
Main' equipment.... 413.72 C «».2ir "i *.;
Traffic expenses 4i>.ftSl *%!&■ *St<
Trans r. r 1 expense* 1,1*57.20t. t'^UZfil 203 <••
Genera! expenses ... 73.041 77.164 Sg
Totals 1C.92C02S 51Vrr.9«f) j sv»f
•Decrea*!. ■ " * :
CONDITION OF TRADE.
Bradstreet'3 says: .
Holiday Influences ruled this w»«^ ._f
».~f.v« demand at retail contrasts v •-' era?-
Inventory quiet in wholesale _•-_' Jot^a*
trade, a '.-•'. - slowing down in inSS^m
over v ■•• end of the ■■■. period and ' i-^~
nant speculation in sec It -- and coaia^
"!<■-•. Money has eased, while supplies
'T"r«-a»^"i. Collections have been ilUiVi
quickened by increased circulation ■«•
money In leading centres, but cleartaajL
while '•• -■•■ than last week, are siaaSr
than in ih. ! 3 week a year ago. TV»at'-«
conditions have imparted activity to ii"l
coal trade, but no scarcity Is reported. For.
Hen demand for American wheat naa an.
rarcntly set in strongly at th* Pa^«*
Coast, and fihJpments to lon^ absent cggA
tomers. Mall as France and Asia, fc 4T ,
been the heaviest in years. At meat points
holiday trade proper is reported of £304 ■
volume, and at a few centres is reported ti -
have, surpassed the best results of prs-.
vlous years. At still other points it is satt
to be hardly equal to expectations. Reg*. v
lar retail trade has varied. Sections esJCT,
ing cold weather and snow report trade in
heavy clothing and footwear materia.37
benefited, bat at points tn the aout'oiajS
„ ..r., .-., weather has been unsaa3ocabi7 •
warm or dry it is not as active a3 *x:.<"-.-tc.
and at some few industrial centres, wfcer*
short time in industry Is a feature, daagjßf
ha« likewise lagged.
Dun's Review says:
In sharp contrast Witt 'he be*rv<»en sea*'
sons dulness in jobbing trade is the hris^
holiday retail distribution, which m rooec
of the cities is reported to -be ecj^al to ■,-
In excess of last year. Although ' the de-5
mand is below the output of which mass-*,
facturins plants are capable, it should b*
remembered that this producing capaci;;
is much greater than in former years, -»
that, as compared with other like pertala
of reduced activity, the actual volume of
trade is larger. Financial conditions am.
Improved, the supply of credit has becoas
more plentiful In the last few weeks; •...-,
is more active dmand for bonds, with tha
heavy January disbursements of interest
and dividends to release more Income) aw
reinvestment, and security prices aaaa
made some advance. "While the various
trade statistics reveal, in general, decrease*
as compared with high water mark periods,"
nevertheless railroad earnings for tiff
weeks of December increased 7.6 per centinf
spite of the recent addition to the numba*.
of idle cars. Building operations in a nan-,
br of cities show declines as compared wit.V
last year, though the aggregate of owl
projects is still large. Bank clearing3.tt»
last week decreased 4.6 per cent outs!d*.«f.
New York and 20.2 per cent in New York." a*
compared with 1509. The dulnes3 in *•
iron and steel trade is even more pro-;
nounced as the year draws to a close, sat
possible purchasers seem to be holdls;_
back in the hope of lower prices. In dry- [
goods, while conditions . are considerate
better, farther curtailment of production
may be necessary In order to bring prices
in line with costs. Shoes are very quiet and
hides weak. At the port of New York Ja
the latest week the Imports were Pv£.?».
against rJ2.^>,.7» last year and $18,574,031 «
1908. Exports were somewhat In excess m
Vj»yp>. and nearly eqcal to ''*'». and . wers
only £,503,221 less than the Imports.
BANK STOCKS. - ;i :^
,K»-.< J rte<l by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street*
" " r " Bid.Asked. BiAAsk*!.
America ... "- 6OJ Irving ■I . 2w> =10
lAm E«h... 232^i 24<> Jeffersou .... - 1* ,
Audubon N. 115 VJ.'. Liberty «J5 — ?
*^r-» Vi^ 173 1»<) Lincoln 40© O;
Bro^Bo- ■** Il,*I I ,* — Manfcat Co.! 325 3» *
BroS Sat: 190 200 Mkt & m... 230 » t
R^Srv Pk 130 — Metropolis .. 3t-> -Ui>
Bryaat Pk! ". i}S I-? •«- -- - ■ -■ - V *S
I p''r t i v ir.,i 138 Merchants' .Hi 13t
Ic^iurV 1 _ lii 17* «-r •* - • : :«
IChae" .. 430 4JO Mt Mom.- »»■»,=
Chatham . . 310 — Mutual . . . . - ~s> »
, em c a .. 422 4CT : Nassau 1»«> 1*
Cent X 150 157% Nat Reserve. 115 -
City - • 3.50 387 V, New N'etnTd -'■' »
Chelsea' Ex. 190 2O> NY V B \ 3
Commerce.. 195 18S NY County I*£ -
rv-'ania; 400 — '19th Ward.. -■•■ 2*>
cSrn Exch.: 308 a | North Nat... - »
East River. 113 123 .-■--.'. 230 -«>
Fidelity .... 1« «S Park So«> -
First Nat.. 840 — People's .... — ■ -5» /
Fifth Nat.. 300 330 Phenlx ...'.i 2C5 —
Fifth Avc.4ooo 4250 | Plaza 625 — ,
Fourth Nat. 104 106 '. Produc# Ex.. I«s<> -' :
14th Street. 150 1.13 I Sherman ....'.-■ — -
Ga'iatln ... 325 3C5 ceabcard .. . . 40* —
Garfl«!d .... 290 300 Second 40<» 43
German-Am 140 180 State . . . . . 275 - -, (
German Ex. 455 — 12th Ward... — I*>
G-rmanla ..530 V."5 f23d Ward.... 140 - ■
Greenwich . 255 265 Union Excn. l«2*^ls^j.
Gotham Nat 130 — " Wash Hta... 275 — '
Hanover ... 610 620 ! West Side... 650 —
lmz> & Tr.. 555 565 jYcrkvlKe ... •"■"« -
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
CFsraished by Van Schalclt & Co., No. 7 V?z2
street.)
B:d..^aS£C<l.. BiiAsksi
United Ry. . 13 Vi 15 & * Cotton I> :~- .■ X .
do incomes 61 *b 62 Norf R&L.3e 37 *
do 49 .... SiH 85 L - & Pot pC SI *4 .
GBASVT— " ] do 4'-s. . m\ «Sb
do Incomes 4 8 Char C R ss.l*>2 — - .
do lsts.... 43' i 44 Char CEI 5» '■- 34 j- 1
Seaboard Co 20 22 ' Cont Trust... ia> 206
do Ist pf. 75 SO Union Trust.. 70 13
do 2d pf.. 42 43 Third Nat B.l" —
Scab AL4i S4 T i S&V Fid & Dep...l4?> Ml
dolO-yrSe.lOO !'>>'» Maryland Tr. — OJ
Cotton Duck 6 S Nor Cent Ry.!-^ V^t
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES, j
(Furnished by ■Williams McCcnneU & Colasaa, -
No. 60 Wall stre«t.>
Bid. A»fcsA
Am Light & Traction . 25? 2K,
cio preferred 103 -3 •»•*!
Am Gas & Electric 49 » j 1
do preferred 41-= 3* I
do let C BS3 '♦ J
Cities Service • «<>-» 2f»i
do preferred ■ »g
Denver Gae ft El gen Pc 90 ?-
Empire D!st Elec pref ■■ »fi
do bonds 13 £ta
Lincoln Gas & Electric. 21 -*,; ;
1 Pacific Gas & Electric «.* .J**|
dc preferred _• . - *" : - „£*£*
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES
(Keported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street).
Alliance P.r- imi 122U I>T IH.. »% W*
Am Surety. 250 - IJncola ..... 125 1»
As tor SlO 315 LI L <fc T.. 3i^ *»*•
Kanke^s' ..625 680 f Madison .... Wo 205
B<• M G.. 250 2571, Manhattan .. S. *0
Broadway . 143 14S I Mercantile ..700 •« J
Brooklyn ..! 415 425 i Metropolitan . - fg^
Carreg'a .1^ HI > !'-<"! '-<" Bond.. 11 I
STcouf A i 25 14<> v 13 Oa '
Centra' ...1015 1^25 Mai AKiarce -5 gj
City toreat 5* « j M.«au
ri?i«eS7 ... I=s i» 'N T I* T 1120 tUJ
r-lu^bJa . 2^> 2.«3 • v V M& s. 2tV 2ii 5
Com-weTlth. 140 ISO N T Trust.. «O 62? I
Co-rne'-clal 120 130 Pecple's .300 —
BTr-Vre fr.! T.OO 310 IQu Co Mt«e. 110 CS|
[ Equitable 4W 472^1 Q-;e«a C 0 ... 1!3 -
2JSS ■'290 - [Title a* T. 303
Gua'ranV -..£•» *•""> Tr Co o£ Am 32» SJ
H ;-"'l"t on :: 270 — u^atv,::::!^.^
ISSrTrust 100 110 f: a CM. 215 - '
• Realty. 110 - IT 8 MAT. 475 **
Hud.«on V. I*s lis IVITOaI - «.- '
' Int Bk Cor. »0 lu<> jWaahlngton . 3.3 -
Kines C 0... — jwestch^ter.. '..^> }*
Kn'ck-rb%i 205 »H1 kiBTiM 1W .1^ 5
•^ "•;- =** -■»» 1 Windsor .... 120 13^:
BOND SALE.-MAN. WITH 12 YEAR? «JT
perience in office manasement *nti saiaaaej
ship in th» cities or New York. CMcago away
t^uis. now ctaploye-J. desires to make ,c, c % i3 * ; »
A ?ood clientele in Ohio* go and a kac«Mr«e>i»- ,
that market sh<vilcl make him an a - c * ? Ci»
representative for esta: •- New Yort .\ .
i.o>.«e desiring to open Western ol ir**2^Br
I>r onal int»rv!ew !«s>r--1 Vtw^-i L'eceai^
C^ith and Slst. AdJress J. VT.. 653 SrC32*-\
New York City. mi -■
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS. -,■"/•«.»
,11 x. i xm. i> •.1 1-Hi X..11 h aVj
C.eveland. O-. Nov. *• 5-1
Scaled 4 '?"*'* for th « sale of *'* D * r * l f;"^ t
jra*;- Bomb of this* Company, for »««> J^i
,„,,,„< Fund, at not to exceed ?ar and accr^.
tottt**t. ro the nmoaai of fß^M^J^g^
Mews W»n-<ow.
Co.. W> Cedar atr«t. N»v York. N. V.. to !W ( f
of bM»tn.-»w LM«teTnM*r 31. 1B1". Proposals ««::; «j,
<JU-*te Seitea of Bam* "A." *''»• . . *.* -, S5 J'
"D- 1 ■•■" •"•■ ■ ~ ■ «S5
United fh« aamlwr «-•-•■ *»"' s —^^jai
f-r ?17.r>> inJ for J22.50 each respecu ..
... iccept^a will be payable J* l ' u * ry e i«4* 'f* •
-with lnt-n»st to that date, at the oJtJ* 3
V.-..- Window I^ni.r .« i> ** _iei"T
not pres«-nteU on that day '"* right ■ r* 3l ,;
,0 eanc-1 tte I t.l 1. X KMS^jii^gS
NOTICB^-SBA UEI» PRC'IOSAt &| »'- t
r*>«-.Mv«',l until I- M. l>efOTnber '_..l«. :c*'
lh^ otrt.f of TUB PESNSYUAMp* , V\P
PA NY KOR INSURANCE NO Ml '„-•■
Sirtfiu I'MludrlVhla. Trustee, lor the " \ T ;'>
of a » m.ny of th,- Pmt-^P^^I'hROA-*
MINOTOX AMI BALTIMORE *,„-'
STt>rK TRUST CEUTIKXCATEa as $>*> li gi
will pu;-rh»«»-. , * nO t . IP '
The .rf^rinits at the- lowest P rl< j« ' ",«*'»
c«m1ln« p^r. •-.■stnic in the a«n*«»" ' "?jj { S*
tliun th« wiMn state.!, will t*> V«2iiß« * nu *
j.art*.,. on*^r|,, e iWm *«» v ' fwl **, I lSt% .»!<".
p;»yni«>nt ie mail'- »h«-n th>- * J" 1 '"'oil. '
Memtan on nml after January Srrt. „» *
rropoiiJtlx should be endorsed 'rnuu^rv
sale of I'hila.l^lphia UMlmlnjton v . ' ta 4 »■'
TCntlroad Stock Trust Cr^*ls*«^ ¥t^»»' ,
«lr*. SB »>d to C. S. W. PACKAEP. FM^ - ,
,517 Chestnut Street. l*htUa«ipnia,

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