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m 10 ' THE SUN, THURSDAY, JANUAUY 26, 1809. " ""
S -. rnrjtftciAz aud coxatenaiAU P J 1 Wkdkmoat. Jan. 25. r I There wu further felling off la the volume) IE . ef transactions on the Block EtshsjigTe to-day: j 9 atlll. the total wai considerably In excess of a j if I million shares The market developed a num- 1 1 1 berof exceedingly Interesting features. In the C' 1 1 first place It eliowod that the pronounced relic s' j . I tlon In prices durlns the llnal dealings yester- If' day stimulated rither than dl;eournged the Ijf publla buying of -stools. In come sections of la the market there nna a fuithor recession In II prices at the opening, but It wo shortlived. M although the London market (or American i' IS aeourltles was fractionally below our final . i I prices of yesterday. 1 ho ellght decline was ' 5 1 due to an extent to the comparatively Unlit '2 gales by foreign arbitrage houses They sold ' jj about 40.000 shares and bought about liulf of , j I that amount, making net sale for tli day '. pf about 20.000 share's, us against the re- ; i E cent dally arerage of upward of 75.000 shares. ' ' jrl Foreign operations, however, though ulwayn of t, Ij Interost, had -very little to do w Ith the course ' : a of prices. Domestic- buying on n largu scale, 'r 1 and more diversified than nt any time lnee the ' i present upward movement bogan, made the : Sj tnarket an unusual one In respect to strength 'til andthe distribution of business. The railway jjj 19 list again reoolvod much more attention than j the Industrial group, with the heaviest dealings ' ffijjl In Atchison prefen-ed at a net adyanceof nearly ; (r. 3 points. Next In order was ChetapeaVs Ift (i j and Ohio at an advnnco of 'S "P cent,, then . ji jjj TJnlon Taclflc preferred, also at an aJvunco of Ijlj 2K. There were several sensational move- it It th tnenU. namely. In Metropolitan Street Hall- i IS ijt yrT. at a net advance of 2S points; In 0.. C In!" Ijj O. and Bt, Louis, which closed more than 0 V i ji!B cent higher than yesterday: In New York Cen- - Mf (rat, at a net gain of 4K and In Twin Cltr Rapid ,rjf1 Transit, at a net gain of H points t, f 3 Allot the stooks mentioned received greater ', J J attention than they have for some time past, I I Other members of the railway list that made fij; noteworthy progress towurd a higher level wore " j "Baltimore and Ohio new securities, Canada t,f 1; Southern, allof the ChlcngoOreat Western Is- ' S aues, Denver and 11 lo Qrande preforred, Erie ' I first preferred. Illinois Central, Lake Erie ' '' and Western Issues, Norfolk and West- I h. arn preferred. Cliloago and Northwestern. .' lt!o Grande preferred and 8t, Louis and Bun f r Francisco second preforred. The sharp ad- f -1 Tance In Metropolitan Street Hallway affected j sympathetically the market for Manhattan j 'J Hallway and for Brooklyn Itapld Transit, lie- ', . j ports were naturally revived of a possible ' ' - nlllanoe between the two first named. The ' j 1 Htreot was literally flooded with rumors I r of Impending consolidations and nlll- I Bnces. the mot Important one suggested - 9 being of a combination of all of the so-called , M Vanderbllt roads. Including the a, 0.. 0. ' fil nod Bt Louis with the Union PncIQa system !j8 through the medium of nn operating company. Ill Bnch an arrangement, it Is nrcuod, would fro a m long way toward maintaining rates and also , H be effeotlve In reducing expenses. A more ' 15 ; probable Immediate development Is the acqut- ; sltlon of the Lake Erie and Western Itallroad HjL la the interest of tho 0., a, 0. and Bt. Louis , company. ijj'i In the Industrial group the heaviest transao- tlons were In People's Gas and Foderal Bteel I J ; Issues, while tho greatest net advance was ro- 1 I it corded for United States Rubber common. 3 ' Sugar Refining was in moderate demand that , left the atook more than a point higher than j yesterday. Other noteworthy not advances In thla group were in American Malting pre- S J I (erred. Colorado Fuel and Iron. Consolidated . 3 J Gas. General Electric, International Paper, , 1 1 and New York Air Drake. Speculative ,'j 3 Interest in People's Gas has been re- l I vlved by renewed efforts on the part of j Chicago operators and Illinois politicians H It to depress the shares and blackmail the com- 1 ' ft piny. Having secured during the last two or (l f three years all of the legislation necessary to 1 protect the capital Invested in the gas Indus- 1 try In Cliloago and having within the same j period reduced the price of Its product to the . 3 lowest figure obtained by any large olty In the , i United States, the management of the eom- i pany feels that It now enjoys an impregnable ij position. The closing was strong at about the ; , j best prices. "II : Ifew York Stook xcbnnge Rales Jan. B8. hi VMTED STATES AXD 8IATI BONDS (IN Sl.OOOs). 1 iS . El D B 8. o 1 1 6 T P db 2-St ,H 107H107Ml of 1981..... 86M i Mj CXOSIKO PBICZS or UNITED RTATXS BOSDS. ijlyi Bi. -Olid. I Bid. AlUi, I iff! 3 TTnStJt, r. CnSt, r. UJl I atplofO 90H li21-. 128M 129H 6 fit I rem. lsos- unsti. o, kA IBIS, r...l06K 107k' ir.:s. .120H130H 'i'fij ) U881.1008- CnStfisr, 'fQl) 1918.0. .107M 108 mo .111M112M till I TJto Bt , r. Un St Si, o. 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Atlji. 100M.KAT 13 13 13 13k 13k 800M,KATp 37 38 30k 37k 88 400 Mob A O 36 80k 36 36k 30k 960 N Cm a 42 48 48 43 46 0ONJOentl03k 104 1U3 102k 103k 1350NTOeal33k 130k 133k 138k 138k M20KitLd.. 37k 38k 37k 38 38k 4000 Nor Am. 8 8k 7k 7I 8k looo N Y Air Bnks 146 160 146 160 162 KONrtNlUOOk IDOk 100k 108k 100k COOKT.OA 8tL.. 17 I7k 17 17k 17k 200 NY. 0 A BtL2p 39k 40 39k SO 40 860NstBla. 64k 64k 64k 64 64k 400 N AW.. 10k 10k 10k 10 10k 8l0NAWp 00k 08k 00k 68k 08k 18400 XorPM. 48 40 47T 4Bk 40 8700SorPp 70k 80k 70k 79k 70M 100 0mA St L. tr . 7 7 7 87840ntAW 23 24k 28k B3H B3H 380R4SP 74k 74k 74k 74k 70 3 2780raSL 40 40 46 46k 46k 321wPCoi!t. 48 40k 48 49 60 27206 f Mill 40k 40k 46 40k 40k eeoP.DAK Ik Ik Ik Ik Ik lOOPcoAE Ok Ok Ok 6k Ok 100 PP Car. 160k 160k 160k 166k 167k 1865 P. CO A BIL... 72k 74 72 73k 74 300 l'.CCA Btl.p. 01 01 DI SB 00 l16fPRR. 130 137k 136k 130 136k 17860 Peopll'l 040 114k 114k 118k 114k 114k SOOQ'kilvr. 3 3 3 2k 3 A700 Reading 28k C4k 23k 23k 24k 38780 Rdlp 01k 64k 61 62k 03 18100R4d3p 33 33k 82 31k 32 20 Rem A Sir ..188 18S 188 186 726 ROW.. 37 40 87 86k 30k 1850R0Wp 71 74 71 74k 76 16UR.WA0130 130 130 180 tOOBtLSW 8 8k 8 8k 8k 66608tL3Wp 21k 22k 21k 22 22V. 16 Ht Paul AD P.106kl06kl06k 104 106 4B0EIPAO 07K 97k 07k 07k 08 1900 Standard DAD 24M 23k 24k 26k 25k 828 Standard DADp 70 80 79 80 80k AlOOBoPao. 3UM 37k 30k 37k 38 81168oRy . 12k 12k 12k 12K 12k B275Boltyp 40k 48 46H 47k 47k 800 Bt J A a IKtp. 40k 40k 40k 40k 62 seostJ Ad I2dp 16 16k 16 16 16k 80068ILASF 0k 10k 0k 10k 10k 400 Bt LAB Flit p. 60 60k 60 60k 70 8000 BtL A 8 F2dp. 30k 38 30k 37k 3B 816 Bun R AT... 9k 0k 0k 0k 10 1I860T0AL 40k 42k 40k 42k 42k 65T0AIpl20 126 130 400TAOO. 20 26 20 E5 30 lOOTol A O Op.... 85 36 36 36 38 1400TxPao Land 15 16k 14k 16 16k fBOTorPao 17 17k 17k 17k 17M SStOTwln O HI... 68 60 62 60 61 lOOTwln O RT p.132 132 13B egosdtrRRieok ieo ieo'4 187 loo 28600 Cn Pao. 40k 48k 46k 47k 48 79405 CnPp 79 81k 78k 81k 81k 8800UPJJAO 12k 12k 12k 12k 13 37SUSEIP 60 60 66 66 68 3090C8Rnb 40k 40k 40k 40K 40k 8600UBRp.ll6 118 110 116kU7 1680U3L . 7k 7k 7k 7H 7k 4010 USLp 73k 74k 73k 73k 73k ir.60Wabaih Bk 8k 8k 8k 8k C020Wabpf 23k 24k 23k 23k 24 SOW-KEi.127 127 127 126 120 7700 WBT 07 07k 00k 00k 07 700 WALK 7 7k 7 7 7k SOuWALEp 28 28 28 28 28k Total ulei. 1,1 07,042 sharsi. BOSTON CXOSINO QUOTATIONS. Mi. AliU. Bli. Jllli. But Al..261 262 aEliip.,.158 BmAMi.,171 Bi.AMou.290 207 CkloJ c.ml32H 133k CalAHecla 760 Fltckb'cp.l 13 114 Oiciola.... 06k 07 Merziatkall85 1 87k 0ley M.. 1 75 180 BeitiaEl.. 88 80 ITam Uln...230 235 OI4CIorl90k lOOklOldDom... 37k 37k WERcom. 04 04k Butti 87k 88k Doi.lnC.il 33k 33kBUOHU. 03k 94k Am Bell T 307 309 1 U a 24. 73 Irlslil.... 00k 91 Arcadian.. 60k 70 WiitEUo... 45k 45k file Royal. 47 47k PBITADELPniA CLOSt.S'a QUOTATIONS. Bid. A$.td. Bid. Jik,i. Ltklck Tat 26k 26kElSBp... 75k 76 FhllaTrao. 90k 0 6k Finn Vnr.. 24k 25 CnTrao.. . 33k 33kPaUf6i .103k 104 JtAFTotfl 98H 00 WiliOoam 10 11 VletTrae. 207k 208kWelib Cpf 00 61 OTcfXJi 68k 50k Cam Iron.. 46k 46 0T.fNJ6.110 110k FJiotrioV.. 26 20 OaimpCo. 144k 144k Utltlru.. 30k 36k WULC. 30k 40 lUandin. . 8k 8k E1JB com 60k 00k' LATEST LONDON QUOTATIONS. Atchtion 23k Northern Paclflo .. 48 Atohl.on pf 03k Northern Paclflopf 81k Aunnon pi uan .onnernracisopr 81k Canadian Paolflo . 87M Ontario A Weit ... 23k Cboiape aka A Ohio 28 iPonniylranla 70k Central Pacific. .. 47k Reading 12k Denver A RO .... 20k Beading lit pf 3m Denver A ROpf.... 72W Readlnic2d pf .... mj, Fjlocon 16kBt.PauI 131k Fjielitpf 41k Bouth Railway .. 13 Illlnoli Central. ...122k South Railway pf.. 49 Kaniaa A Texaa ... 1 3M Union Paclflo .. 48 LouliTllla A Nain.. 68k Onion Paclflo pf.... 81k Now YorkCentraL.130 .Wibaihpf 24k Norfolk A Wpf... 08k' Final sales compare with those of yesterday aa follows: Jan, 4. Jan. W. Jan. fi. Jan. tS. A.TASF. 22k 23k Met St Ry .107 208k A.TABFep Oik 63kNatUa 37k 38k Am Cot O. 36k 36 .SorthAa. 7 7J Am S R.t. .130 131k'NorfAW. 1 0M 1 0 ADtBRpf. 113 112kVirfAWp 60k 68k AT.b ,147k l47k,NWconi. 140 151 AmSpM. 13k lSkK-picc.in. 47k 4fak AmSpMp 36 35kiNPae p ... 70k 70k Bro.kBl'. 80k 01k NYC.it .134 138k BAO 71 72k NJCent... 102k 103 Canho ... 60k 02k Omabac. . 07 Q7M C.C.CABtL 66H 60kOitAWnt 22k 23k C.BA Q. . ,136k 138k P.oOA C.U2H iu Con On. 191k 1027i Pa.Uall,., 40k 40k CaiiACJ... 27k 20k PnllPCar.l66k 166k CkO W . 17k 17k KMkliUndllSk 110 O.LAW.. 16k 10 Rialnir . 23 24 D.LAW... 100k 161k lliadletpt 61 (J3H BelABud.116 116 'BtPcom... 1 20k 127k DARO.,.. 20k 20k Bo R'way . 12k 12k DAROpf. 71 72kR'warp 47 47k Erie It R . 16k lOKStLSW . 8'i Bk Erie lit p.. 40k 41 ' SI I..S Wp. 22 22k SeaElec ..107k 100k StanRAT. Ok Ok Ot N.rtkp, 167k 160k Texai Pao.. 1 7M 17k 1111. . i. Col 18k 120k, TCA1. . 40 42k KanATei 13k 13 ,0 Pio ... 4Uk 48 laaATp. 36k 38 Onriep.. 78k 81k L.uANaik 60k H7k Dillubo.r 46k 40k LF.AW .. 16k 20k " Rub p 116k 117 LEAWpf 04 70kUBUathir 7k 7k LaclfdeOai 62 63 .UBLeatbp 73 73k IfanCii. . 1 14k 11 6k Wabaib . bk 6k UlcbCnt. 116 114k Wabaibp.. 23k 24 AlAStL . 41k 4lktWUiTil.. 06k 07k UAStLldp 78 77kWbALE, 6k 7B UoPac .. 48 4SklWUALEo 27k 28 (io eminent bonds steady at unchanged quo tations. Hdilwaj and otlier bonds atrong and SctWe The features vrn OhHKapeake and 'fiio generul 4i,St Cleveland, Clnolniiatl, t'hl. rago and Nt. Louis euueral 4s, Oreou lluy ile. hentur H, I run Mountain 63. Kansas City, rittsburg and Gulf IstH. Metroolltaii Street Itallwny Tis, Mutual l'uel Gas 6s, lteailiiig fenerdl -ts, ltlo Urnd estern 4s, Boutluwu lallway 5s. L'nlon l'acltk' 4s. Union Kluuitttl lets, t r, Atchison, ll.i!timorn ant Ohio, I'.rie, Kansas and Texa-t, NurtlitTii rni-llle. t)recm hhort Line. Kt I.011W Southwestern btunUard Hope ami Twine, Texm I'acillc, Tennessee Coal and Iron Itallroad and Wubasli lisucs ' Commercial price of Irir sliver In New York, ' rO.e liar sIlTpr In London cl-p(l atl'7 It.lH.I I Mexican blhor dollars were quoted at 47Sd. , Money on call, S'.G.I t cent. Time money Is quoted at '. t cent for sixty days, .". v ennt for four months im'l II V cent for (.even months on good mixed Stock Kxchangoco1. lateral Commercial papiT Is quoted at 3 W4 V cent, for bills receivable acceptances and prime single names, 3.rS4 V cent.; othor names, 44'. V cent. Sterling exchaug cased off slightly during the inorulnu, but closed tteaJy with very little Tariatlontn rate. Continental was qnlet and steady, Posted rates are: Long Mils, Mjt3k: eight drafts, S4.85k. Actual rates arn: Long bills. S4.82kr9$4 82K: sight drafts, J4.84kf3 $4.84.V, and enble trnnstors. $4 85k 5 francs arn quoted nt 5J2MW6 21 for long and ft.'JOfSti.lli;, for short: rolchsmRrks,04'ifflm,i for long anil H4'(05 for short: guilders, :m 15-1(1340 for long and 40 l-lOaMOS for short. Domestic exchange on New York- Boston 0 eeutA premium and par. Charleston lluy- Ing. par. selling, H premium Savannah luylng, 1-ltl discount: sellln, 76 eont pre mlum New Orleans Hank, $1 premium: com werolal. '.T cents prenilum Sen Krnncleco Sight, 17k cents premium . telegraph, '.'0 cents premium, ht, Louis "JO cents iiremium Chicago-10 cents premium Clnclntiatli!e. tweon banks, pars over counter, fill ccnU premium. In the outstdn market Standard Oil trust cer tificates closed lit 40.VS4(17 Standard Has common at l'Ji'ffliail.niid the preferred nt 14Mii 165: Mutual lias nt 3inru'lir: Amsterdiim (Ins at .t'.VaU'.'S. Preferred at 07,SW'i. and tlio bonds at IKi V 104 S : Central Union Oas bonds atl07S108; Hrooklyn and NewYotk lorry at .1Hk3.'iUU. and the bonds atH4.r3tK: Con tinental Tobacco at 37(837 .. and the Preferred at lOUfaVroS: International Rllver coinmon nt 1J0O24. and American Air Toner at U4ftir: Otis Llevator entninon nt 42Sl343k, and the preferred at Wt.siO: American Steel and Wire Company common at 40!(S,41, and the pre ferred at ICavi", ami Pressed Sti-el Car Compiny common at 61)t2r!, and the pre ferroilat83,ra84 Tim Consolidated Ice Company has declared a dividend ot 1 V cent, on Its common stock, payable Feb 15. Tho Allegheny Valley Railroad reports gross earnings for December of $'J27,140. a decrease of $1,048 as compared with the same mouth of the nrevloai year, and net Jf0.lrtJ3. n deereaso of $1,741' lor the year ending Dec. 30 the gross earnings werSU,tltJt,44, nn Increase of 110,311 as compared with Die corresponding period of the previous year, and net $1,110. 441). an Increase of $41,580. The l'ittsburtf. Youngstown and Ashtabula Itallroad reportu gross earnings for Deoember of $iH.:il3.n decrease of S'.'&.'icHI as compared with the same month of the previous year, and net $'.'.47d, a ilecreaee of $2.0J4. For the year ending Dec. 31 tho gross earnings were $1,440, H1S. u deereaso of $L'.7H7 as compated with the corresponding period of the nrev Inns ear, and net$404,71!l,ail.-creasoof$110.353. Tho New Orleans Traction Itallroad reports gross earnings for December of $113,301, au Increase of $J,4'jr as compared with tho same month of the previous yiar. and net $48,480. an Increase of $3,071. Tor the year ending ".. -avi.it. we -ir.v 1 a.. vi tuv j -a U'liiiH Dec. 31 the irross earnings were $1,310,701. an Increase of $70,628 us compared with the cor reHtMuidlnc period of the previous ear. nnd net $,P1J.4U1, an Increase of $112,581. The North Shore Traction Itallroad reports gross earning for December of $U3.8."2. an Increase of $5,080 nseouipaied with tho same month of the previous year.nnd uet $45.1X12, an Increase of Sl.tUl't For the three months ending Dee 31 the gross earnings were $341. .180. an Increase of $4.84H as compared with the corretonilliie period of the previous year, and net $12t.0!i. n decrense of $1,028. The Governing Committee of the Stock Ex change listed to-dny the following securities: Cortlflrates of di posit limed by J. P. Morgan A Co for the firm ninrtgiie 4 V cent gold bond, of the Ilttiburu and Weitern Railway Co mpany.tS.OOO. 000 Oreenn lUllroul and Navigation Company! addi tional inue of coniolldated mortgage AH cent gold bondi. $447,000, luakluic total amount Hated (19,-SUK-O Tnited Rtatei Mortgnge and Tmrt Company's real eitale lint nionirmo cullateral truit 4 cent, gold boudi. tl,oio,ooo Reading Compauy'i additional lime of Coal and Iron Company's general mortcaze ? cent, cold bonds, 1,US3,000, making tout amount Hated S02. r.rt.rio. Bt. Pul and imluth Railroad Comranr"! fintcon olldited inortfaao A p cent, lerentyyiar gold bonds, l,000,ooo. Certiflcates of depoiit limed by th Mercantile Tnit Companr for the various eecurttifi tlepotted wlib it under the plan of reoreantratlon of the Balti more and Ohio Southwestern Railway Company. These securities, among others, were sold by auction to-diy at the Iteal Kstate Exchange: 30 iharii Ninth National Bnk 7k lOihareaChemirnl N'atinnil Hank .. .. aloo 8S shares Rank of New jrk, N. II. A.. IsOk 30 shares entral Trust Co . 1800 2." bhares Tltln (luarantee and Truit Co or r.0 sharei Nat. Hank or C iminerce. 214k to 2lr,V 21 iharri Ilamdton Tnlit Co ... . 2ROVJ 170 shares C'itii F.lcLar.Ke Hank.. .. 800 10. ",01 lOshares Wshlnirton Irast Co noik tin .hares Eigle lire C- 1T.1 82 ihar.s National llroadway Rank . 241 15 shares Oneida Nat. Rink of Utn a. N. T... ihh SO shares llolliml Itullillnir Anoclatlon . r.3 60 shares 11 .Uand Trust Co . r,j 70 share. Mechanics National Bank lv 1M shares Merrhanta' Nltlnnal Bank ltel S0r, slurex PhenU National B ink imV4 JI xhares Fnlted Htate. Lire Insurance Co . 1B2 100 shares huthaui National Hank . .. 805 26 shares Franklin Trut Co of Brooklyn 27Mk 80 shares American BuretytV, ,. . . lUlk f0 shares Lawj-ers' Bnrely Co . . lot 10 shares Hallway Automatic Sales Co., pref . 105 60 shares Wm. C-amp A bons Ship and En gine Building Co . . . ..70 10 shares Oeruianla Hank nfN T 4"ll 30 shares Uermtuila Life Insurance Co 32H BO sharei Herzner A En,p I Brewing, prof . 77 fO shares Bergner A tucel Brewing, com.... 47 2r, shares Oil n.al Trust O . 400 ICO shares 'title Guarantee A Trust Co .. nonl BO shares MercenthalerUnntrpe Co .. .18s 10 shares Kppens, Smith tc Niemann Co . HO sorbites llnokljn Acalem of Musio . , . lia The receipts of tho Government to-day were Customs. $0 1.1.131 ; Internal revenue. $431,. S18. nnd miseollaneous, $r5,100: a total of f1A2ti.ll!i The disbursements were $1,044,- ihhi. an excess of expenditures over receipts of J22.t.vS. The receipts of tho fiscal year to dite have been $270.6 18.301. the expndlturos $.'li2.."iW.311. an cxness ot expenditures over receipts of $03.O27.H20. The olTlclal count of cash in the Treasury to day compared with that of yesterday shows: Jan 1 . Jan. iff, Oold coin and bullion 22l',rr,o.fl4il I22P 3nn,7S0 RllTerdollirand Million. 1O.B39.077 10.431, 74 United States notes. 34,.tJ3,077 14,301,300 Other ael. less demand HabiliUee. . 37.648.P93 89,801,083 Available oaah balance in cluding gold reserve . .$2Bt, 906,793 J2P0.S32 971 Money In London. 1 t cent Rate of discount In open market for short and three months' bills. 2 l-lOVS".!1 V com. I-arlsndv lees quote 3 V cents nt 102 francs 26 centimes. Exchange on London, Jf francs 10.'. centimes. The sales of mining stocks at the New Tork Consolidated Stock and I'etroloum Exchange to-day were as follows: Opin- llig. Itxt- ctn- SaUt. .Vdrt", in?, nt. til. int. 100 Beit A Belcher .43 .43 .43 .43 lOOConCal AVa.. . 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.30 lCOChollar 36 .38 36 .35 300 Crown Taint . .15 .16 .15 .15 rooCrippleCr"kcn. .11 .11 .11 .11 800 Horn Silver.... 1.36 1.35 1.35 1.35 BOOLeadvlll. 11 .11 XI .11 lOOMeilcau 20 .20 .20 .20 lOOOphlr 68 .68 .68 .69 SOOPotost 18 .18 .18 .18 JOOSavag 15 .15 .15 ,xs )0ObierraXavada.. 72 .72 .72 .72 10O Union cn 20 .20 .20 .20 100 Work 20 .20 .20 .20 lou Yellow Jacket . .10 .10 .16 .16 Total sales. 2,600 aa. co3i3iRKCiAi. covrBvn. WEns-ERPAT. Jun. 2.1 -ORAiy Wheat-Spot was stronger. Sales of 218.000 bush, for ox iwrt hero and nt the outports. No. 1 northern Dulutli, 4'o. over May f. o b. afloat; No. 1 hard Duluth. O'.c. over May: No 1 northern New York, 4c. over May. The Northwestern receipts were 350 cars, ngaluat 417 la.t weok and 257 lantyeur. Chicago received 138 cars, against 184 last week and 27 List year. Futures de clined .u to 7.C, hut rallied and closed lc. to l.e higher, with sales of 2,585,000 bush. Prices an follow a. Optnxng. lhnhtit. Icutii. Clotina. ttiahl March.. 811 c.'H ml H.'k nk May 7(l' 7et 7llk 7ek 77 July 74ti 70k 74k 7ll -it Oataere nrmer on tho ipot, s-iles of u"o 000 Imib No 3 111 elevator, aij i du illivetvd, dec.. No. J white, avc , trutk ami unnudrd while, 3.'ik43bi(' ; No 3 white, clipped, Sttvc. Futures uomlual Corn was arm on the spot saleiof44i,0oobuih. fureiport brre- and at the oulp ns. No. 2. Ike ov.r Mai Nu. 3 jell.,,2Hc over Ma . No. 1 whit., 2)o. uvir May lutiirt. declined ke . but rallied nnd ad vauced he bain 29.,000 buih. Priiei at f.lltiw. I Opining, lllts'lt. l.tunt. rtuing. Aiahl Uay ... 42. 4Sk 4Sk 48k 4.k Wheat looked rather denren.d for a time thli morn lnirowluk'tl 'dual poiuiluu cable. and aomel caland forelKU lelllurf. Moreover, the re. rlpta were rather liberal. But the weakneis was trac.liory Btrenuth 1 a me, o, ded It. llnl i.b .rntlnieut stem, to b. predominant ,-verywli. r II aweitid melt In wheat Not becau, th 1 abbs improved mater allr therdid ml, U eipisil inilaud , losed umhau'ed to Hi lower and Pjr s ro.e onlj f, um tun aud Antwerp 13k. irui, wtg.ies in Liverpool atwncd id and hluher prlies were asked fjr Russia aud La Platte wheat, but at the same inic Ruislan aud Ij. PlitleiiT rliKi ' teporud larcei What turned wheat iiprl w.i a u reined 'I, maud m bulUtn. tuueut 1 hi in 'uem e if the sto, k Fn hai m is 1 ow erful A ver fti eipurt de mud was reiKirtnl HI lxiui. .old Hour ve.t, ri.y t" b otlaud. South I Aiuirlia in I tho C.'iitueut jii.I Mime uuf.v.irahle emp leiiori. wire ineiveil from hinni A D. rllu de.pati h, inorewver, .a i At a cuuvruiion ir delo Kite, fr.nn tin cities ,f I'run.ia 111 ke.siou heie the tiur.ti, u of theiinthpr.ie. ami lusutKiim tunulr nf when UDder t m ileraimn The delejati-. unaniuii u termed h.t time was i. rt..us rtatou rurioimiljlul.a'.utlinra tri.ui flit) c.tue ahuwi 4 con luiivily thesh' rtVL-e ami the lugh i.ti. rn, dirlsive fi.ifr how vu.m tinU)'a market. al-n-.di iniimjted. wsi .imply buyimj on th ge-eral iiitmlpje that wheal is a good thlnj t. imnh.se Kuioie ilepe di very lirireh almmt enlu.ively in tan on IUi ,u,,trV fonts wheat uppl and ih a will be the raao fur some tune to mine fthwartr. DupeACo uid ' One uilgmrtbaa been unravelled theimallRusilan ' wheat ihlpmenta Instead of Rua.ia crop be- I jnBIO.iKjO.uOubuili oruveraithentimatorahave bad it all alooic. U10 uSlclal returns ihovt It lo Lave I I been only 3Bn.000.000 bush , or a bit SB V cent, lets than heretofore rnmored. She, like the reel of the world, baring nothing but 1898 wheat on hand, all nrpttut stocks having been completely absorbed In thesweeplnirtip In the eatly part of !6HA,mnit meet all Interior and outside demands from the ene crop, I Interior rails being larxer than usuil became of the I ibienreoranyold iupplles, hence there has been less for outside. In 1HM7 her crop wie 233,000.000 btuh.i 1 In 1 Hint, 320,000,000 bush The average of the last 1 ten yeais was 27(1,700,000 bmh.t her Miriest crop 111 lsni, on4,cOO,ooobush.i her smallest In 181)1,12- I OUO.uuO bush Bohererupthlavearlionlrfrartlonally ' above theaveraitenf the last decaile, aud uoold or aur. I jiluistiHk behind It Arventlua shipped her Brat new I crop wheat Ibis week, 40,iitHi bush, ami, of course, Iwlll Increase this for a lime. But ritlmalesnf her surplus are iiinler 11; ooouoobush .though mnieuo ai lileli as Co.ootl.uoo. Mst vear she ihlpped I va.rHm ooo bush our vtn small visible stocii, , away iiuihr all tirevloits v ears, and lo.uuo.ooo 1111 ' dee tueverv 1 jw strnknf a jiaraso. the blgdallv , seabo.rd iterances aud the stead) builrir at our , .e.boards, coupled with lucressliig tintlnental demands for cotst i.rgoes, have all ttmled to i create mnflileme In the ultimate, value of wheat." Corn moved upward tu lespnuse totho rise 111 wheat and theie. waaa ver coml evport Imiulry Thoia I tiles at one time were weak but they closed tin I channel Not over J6 pert ent. of the rom arriving I at Chli atrn grades No 3 or over. In othtr wunls, the uunllty of the new rup Is telaltvclv poor. Store over thire Is less old corn in Hie 1 oiiutrr than at thla time for several yean patt, tli. visible supply Is only about half as lame ss si thla Hmo last year and the former demand Is perltent Couulrj oncrlui: of late have been icenrrtlb small, thouirh prices are BOporcent blither than ayear aja. Oats wereal.o atroniter. In armpathy villi the rest of the Hit Prliei tit late have lieen about Mki. under com for May the ash demand at the West tils been fair and the receipt not excessive. Flock-sttonirer, uwuiir to the rise In whtat. Bales 14.0O0 bbls. Receipts were (1,035 bills, aud 10,117 sacks etporta 14.HM5 bbls. and JH.4H1 sacki. Winter in bbls Superfine. $3 so .42 411, No. 2 eilrs, t'J r.un2 CO. ilears. 1:14(1 3C1 trslKllte.13 4UM f.r,, pitelitt.SS.H0 4t1.sft Mprtlnt 111 bbls. Clears, 3 MUi 10 atralclitt. 1 Uittt.l 4S: paleuta, 1.1 7IK4I4. Bilrkwheat Hour was Uiot at $1 Pit. R)e was nrm atCI 0. Cotton Spot cotton here advanced I-lHc , MOO bales wire deltvtred on contrail Middling up lsnds, eke against fi ir. Ieo last yeai. Sew Oilcans and Oulf, like ausinat tl ,1-1 'V. Wllmuii: ton advanced ke. aud New Orleans 1-lno. New Or leanasold 1.U00 bales, AuirtKia DJu, Oalvestou 4.'. Memphis 3.3(H) and Mobile r.Oi). Liverpool wasun chamted on the spot, with talei of 14.0OO bales; I futurei declined 3 toaiolnti Manchester wai Arm. Thd movement to day wai aa follows! To-Day. Lait Wtit:. Lall Tear. port receipt. ,2w,4B7 34,OilU es,U3J New Orleans, est., to morrow , ti.otX) i.nis B.1H7 Auitusta nit 82 J r.74 Memphis K54 1..1K0 3.03S Bt.LoUII 6.H 1,011 r,37 Ciuolnnatl 3.2U3 l,ui):i Bs Houston 3.UJO 2,:i27 2,8i)5 Houston. eit to. morrow . l.eoo 8.(101 6,001 Audita ihlpped to-day .'.44 biles, Memphis 2,JJ3, Bt. Loull 0,402, Cluclnunll 2,67.1, and Hliu.toil r,,pos. The exports from th porta wero -'f.Slo bales. The Slunal Service predicted fair weather for the next thlrty-slx hours. New Orleans declined 3 point, but recovered the loss and advaured 8. Fu tures here declined 2 to n points, bin recovered tin loi ind advanced 7 to 11 poinu, oloalnu srm. Price, a. follow.t Highlit LoKitt. elating. January .o4 Mil fl 07811.08 February 1.04 6 U4 H.O&i)il.U7 Man-h ti.lll O.llft IIOMUI April C.I 2 6 US lli(4l).13 Msy e.M it 00 fl.ir.'a'i.m Jun e.i5 eol i;itl July rt. Id 11 OJ (1 1 7111. 1 s Alliiust .22 neft II 2'ia.).2t r-euteuiber fj.07 Cm e. 07 til. US October 0 04 r i-s e.o7u.oa November 6.od rii e.07rt.uu December. . ..ti.oa ft.Uil tJ0K(.ll Dlsappolutlni: Uverpool cables and Increased port receipt, earned a brief receaslou In cotton prices thli morniui:. but it was only brief. The lo.a was ipeedllv regained and a lubstantial net advanie fol lowed. Naturally the continued activity at the Stock Exchange had some Innueuee. but the chit f factor in the rapid recovery was the amallneas of the re ceipt.Ht the Interior towns. Tho total for the week at th. Interior towns looks like B.'.OOO to eo.iKO bales, aualnst 100.H3U laot year Cotton uoods contlnuo firm and tendlne upwunl, owing psrtlr to tho recent riie In raw cotton, the distri bution of cooda fnmi second hands is pro nounced very satisfactory. Pepperell R brown cottons advanced to-da) '(c, lluylne of tolton Juturei waak-eiieral and very brisk this afternoon wall street, the VWst, New EuitUud and tho Houth. lucludlnn New Orlesns, ware bu inc. Llverpo il'. pot aales were 14.000 bain Ou everj reaction operators who tielievein cotton are ready to take hold, for the underpin Is considered br manr to lie very firm. Tho exports from thi ports weri. marly a larcn as the receipt-. Alialvest n despatch ajld "The steamship Tambi Marti is tue first Japvueee steamer to leavs a (lulfjinrt tor Japan, bhe will sail ont via Suez Canal for Kobe, Yokohoina, with ciruo of 13.832 bale, of eottcn." Helena, Ark.. Jan 34 "HeavT rains la.it nluht; now snowimr " Pine Illuir, Ark., Jan 24. "Countrr road, awful " Mem phi", Jan. 24. '8nowlnT " AUKiista.Oa., Jan 24 'Rain, rollowea by clearine wtather ' Galveston, Tex.. Jan. 20. "It looks aa if we havo all been wrooB about Texas and crop eenerally. Men of experii nee whoeomein univer&ally sax now. No cott"n laft Crop marketed falter than 1 ver before. ' Florence. .1, Im,?. "vveAthsr haarlesjeti and tin n will be much cotton picked next week. Iloids hove been verj bad" New Orleans, La , Jan -0, "In our opinion the falllne off In receipt! Is not due to 1 ad weather, but is owine to the fact that the crop is coluu to turn out much smaller than orlcinally estimated." The New ork warehouse ato, k is hmcmhj bales, atalnst m.ooo. 270,000, 177,000 and 131,000 the pievious four years. CorrzF Rio on the spot was steady at e5c. for No. 7. Bales of l.eoo Maracallio and SO) Favanlllv futures closed Brra with prices unehanceil to 10 points hleher. halei of 30,500 bush liavro aud Uauiburi; advanced k Amtricau warehouse de liveries, 111,174 taes. Itio was quiet at i;r, rels de cline, receipts fi.000 stock, 274,000, ixehan-e, 77-ied., anaivameof l-li!d Santos wa ipilit ami unchanged, reielits, ii.ihki, htock, H44,0oo. Ihe future tradini; here waa as follows: Satu JIo'iL Ltvilt. rtoiirig February 7rj) 640 r..40 r..4nK 45 March 3,000 r, '..' r..5r, 5655.110 May i,2",o r. 75 ,70 r..70'r.78 June 750 57.1 r. 75 r..7r.5.w) July r.Oi) r..s5 r.6 6 80a.r. R6 Beptmber .. .. 750 r, 113 bin) 6 H5' OO November .. .1000 l o" 1, 00 ti.o.', 4.110 December. . .I.UOO tl 15 il 10 l.'ail 20 CoSee wai firmer owini: to moderate recelpta at Rio and Rantos, Midler Havre and ltsmbunr cables and loi al bin Inc. The creat setlv lt and strength of the stock market were not withi ut some Influence and the warehouse dellvines couttnued lartre. Nvval Brosrs-tjmet. Spirit. 42h43o. Com mou to irood stralne,! rosin. $1 35. I'novistovs Lanl was quiet prime Western, SS.oa; eltv, 5.:ir., cMntlneulHl renned, n 01. Pork was steady t $P 7ri(4Hl .Oformeil Meats were quiet, Pickled ham. 7c. do ihntilders, 4c. do bellies. ekStr-ke. Tallow, 4 1 nk. 4Hc Drein d hut r okc Butter Creamery, Vveitem, extrai, Iik-., htale, rneM, Ih4(-; do ilrsti, 17I417H'. Cheese hute, full 1 ream, larce, colored or white, faucy, lOljc. do choice ftiIOc.; do., small, fancy. ll'Allke nwB 'late and Pennsylvania, triiriM haat lUiailtU., VVct.r.i ...). .......A. averaje best, maink' VVeslm, frejh gathered, tints, lHV.Ulc Chicoito. Jan. 25 "I'rovlsioui declined early on lliuldatlne sales, the lsrse hoi: movement aud the de, line in hot prkei, but later recovered, lu eyini aihy with craln." buoAK Raw was iirmat 4ic bid for H0 test and 8 l.i-ifc lorSP teet Refined was In fair demand and firm. European cables were lusher. Cuicaoo, Jan 2,. These were to-day'i prlcei. imt Whiat- Opining. IIignU LowiiU Clonnj. ."violf. Jan. . 71k 73 71k 70 May 72k 73 72k 75 7.1k July . 70k 73 70i Tlk 70k Cam' Mav .. 87k sl 87k 88k 87k July 38 8S'i 37k 8H 8!)k lAili Maj .. 27k 28k 27k 2H 27k July... 2014 26k 2Uk 2k 28k May .' 6.83k B PO 8 82k B.HI B.R7k July.. 5.W5 e.oo 6.1.5 f, K7k eoo 111 t l. Jan. . . 5 00 5 00 Mar. 8.12k 5.15 5.10 5.15 6 15 Jtrl Jan .fin 15 lio.ir, m is tio 22k )lo.20 May . 10 30 10 42k lOCIO 10 42Hi 10.42k Live, Stork Market. Nxw Tosx. Wedneaday, Jan. 25 Receipt! of beevei wiru 2.432 haul, includlni: 74 tan for slaughterers and 53 for the market Irade was acilveand urires well maintained, imdimn mwa showing a little weakness aud good to chi li e au era rtilim: arm. The irlswt re cleared Ordinary lo Lholcesteen sold at 14 7uifoo v 100 t , poor 10 choice oxen and lairaat .'.. 155 25, bull! at JJ'SH 10 cowl at 12 'I4 21. 1 evtrafatcow at 6. Iiresaed lef lirm at 7k4lc. V Si. t ,r native sides Cables s. ady F.t porta to da. 15 slurp an I .'200 quarter, of beef, to-morrow, i85 beeves, in iheep and 2, OoO quar ter, of beef llereiitaofialvea were l.lbl head, lncludlni; 129 direct. The demand was sharji for all kinds of live calve., and prices nrm to 23i higher for veils, The pen. were cleared curl). Itifrrlur to prime vials sold at ir.nfii 25 V loo tops at $8 5o, lruard and fed calves at 14414. o, ycarliUk,'. t$3. City dressed veal, firm at iai2Sii v S Heceipta of sheep aud lam'il were 7, '.34 head. Including H direct, and, with tho stale itocL, there were ,17 cats 011 sale f-btep weresteidv an I In fair demand: lamb, alow and eailer. ."lling lu2j5c lower than lait Monday Seven an were neld over. Common to hope .hrepiold at 189(4 60 louts. , export ttr.de. at 14 75l.',, ignnwn to. houe Iambi at $4.75915 7k. Drrsrd iniitton steady at o j74c. V . dre.ie.1 lamb, at 7ki8ke.. chmjc at vc. lteeetpts of bo! were 7.162 h.al, Includliie 278 for sale. Firm and blither t r live boir. at $4i.4,3u Vi 100 8.1 , aud choice Bute pUi told up to $1 a. jz.viA a . Kim. A despatch from Spokane yesterday an nounced the purchase of the Cornucopia ijroup of mines In Union county by prominent inlulne men of that city The price paid was tiVaj.OOO, Tho tululDat properties In the vicinity of At lantic City and Miners' Dellcht, which have been Idle for twenty-live years, have attracted the attention of. ( o'orado ami I'-astern mo motrrs, who intend to take uctlve measures forthuir devi'lopiuenl Advices fruin Salt I.aUe City yesterday stated that n moveii.eiit for llm coiiholidatiun of the llostou Consolid.iteil, tho I'tah I oiiaolMntud, and the Illtikhnm mines is makini: eood head way The L'tnh Is iccoKiilred us one of the greatest copper properties of tho West. Us present manacenieiit h.ix arranued for tho crectmn ul u new emelter with u dally capacity of'JiiOt'ini j ,Tlie crosscut tunnel of the Iron Dyko mine of the Sort in est (oppcr Company, h"V en Devils dlstrlet, Idaho, nln-ady shows a illty-tvvo foot vein of solid sulphide ore. averaKlue 10 m.r cent copper and , cold and silver An order I has been placed for thn rails ot tho Northwest ltuilroud Company, which ruus within u short J " - distance) of the mine. And which It l expected will bo completed and fully equipped br Julr or August next. . ...... Tho statement of the Gold Coin Mine) Com pany for tho drut ten months of 1B0H shows tj Bros Incotno of $102,171. nnd n nctdefloltof W.707. It Is proposod tojnortftnee tho crop erty for SIOO.CKIO for threo yoare. and deTote) $50,000 to development purposes. Donslow. Wnnl A Co. are otTeriiic part of the treasury slock of the old Hickory Oold Mining Company at 25 cents per share. The property consists of six full claims In tho Colvllle Ilcser vntlon, Washington Consldernhle develop ment work has been Mono on two of thoelalpis. the 1 1. C Ivld niicl the Victor, nnd good rock hasj been struck riiiintng from J8 to $500 per ton. A high percentage of copper In tho ore Is re gariircl as llxiiig the permanency of the ledge, which Is HO foet wide lit the surface. The Old (smuggler. Aspen, Col.. Is producing 20tonof concentrates dally from J40, toneof ore. The Cook County, (lllplu county, has 125 men on Its payroll, nnd is nhlpplng 100 tons per day. most of which l fiom development work The Topeka, In the same dlstilct. hns nu output of IK) to II) Ions a day Its milling ore averages live ounces of gold nnd the smelt ing ftC to tho tun , Two Hhlfls are working 011 tho Rulphldn Jlomilnln. near Ilossliurg, Sn-li and the mine Is reported In llrst-class shape In the Hun. Clnlrn thero Is a voln nearly 50 leet wide of 5ilore. . , , , Mining operations are reported very brisk near Hock Cut, In the l'lotTe Ijike section of the Colvllle reservnllon t)n the lllnckhawk claim, belonging to the Mother Lode Compnny. a pay streak of line ore hns been struck which widened from three to twenty-seven Inches In sinking three feet. Tho I.ucky Charley has a strong ledge running $00 In copper and gold. The Comet has a shnft down twonty feet In oro assav lug as high asttklperton rfinnttriul. OLD HICKORY"" GOLD MINING CO. Capital Slock, $1,000,000; Par Vnhif RI Pull Pnirt nnd tuiuc, .p,, i un rum uuu Non-Assessable. Subscription Price, 25 Cents Per Share. THE FLOOD-TIDE OF 60LDEN FORTUNE. This II trnly the Age of Oold. Never before tn the history of the 'World have so many human belnee engaired In the search for the precious metal. Quartz mines a few years aso were unprofitable, unlets the Ore contained $40 or $50 to the ton In Oold, Now Oro containing as low ae S3.00 per ton pays enormous dividends to the Stockholder! notably the Alaaka Treadwell, that bn been paying regularly dividends of $000,000 per year on a capitalization of $5,000. 000, the Ore actnally averaclng less than $8.00 per ton. There Is no other buslnesi on earth where the les sening of the cost of production and doubling the output haa not been followed by a correspondicg reduction in the value of that product. The opening up of the mining region, by Rail roads, the employment of Machinery In mining, and theute of Crauldeln the treatment of Ore ia re sponsible for the decrease In the cost of production, while the spread of civilization and the demand! of trade abiorb the precious metal as a medium of ex chanee, so that to-dav the whole World Is competing for the ppiseielonof Oold. and fortunes are being made in a day by tho jiossessors of even the imilleit lntereit in a Oold producing property, LtP.GE FORTUNES IN ItlNINO. ran you find any buslneia thit like the "La Rol" Mine Jumped in value from a few thouand dollars to $fl,ooo.0O0 in a little overs year'i tune, making ill Ha btuckbolders, even those who had but a few hundred invested, rich. Or, like tho "r.epabllo" of the Colville Reservation In the State of Washington, whose .lock was oflired at 2 cents a share in 1907, and isnowscllin; at many dollars perihire. Aak any of tho fbminite ownors of thla stock in Spokane men whose, few hundred dollar inveated have ma le them the rich men of that city. Millions upon millions of i.oI I are still locked In nature's colossal storehouse. Key. to this glittering treasure are 1 eine forged res dv for your bands. They are found in the rich mineral belts of our great Northwi at. IP re a word to the wise miy facilitate golden re sult". Di not lnveit lndlacrlminatelj- in mining properi i. reelect it district comparatively new where the results prove the evidence of rich mines etill undeveloped. Oet into one of the companies engaged in the development of lt properties. You then have every ihance In your favor. Remember thebct are opene 1 up tlrst. Thrae that show the rreateet surface indications are of course the ones that are develope 1 tlrst. Such a locality exists In the CnlvllI Reservation in Washington. 110 miles north of fcnnkine. In. than three jeers sen not a mine was located on the I'.eicn atl n, for the simple reason that it was an In dian Tie-creation. Now the whole eountrv teem, with tho iinluetrrnf M.mng themadeam filled with wagons haulini; Or to the RAllroad that runs along side the Itetervotiin the hills resound with th n"ise of the explosions of miners Olint Powder and Di nainlte rending the rocks that bold the Oold. Companies that a few months ajo were selling Stock nt a few cents per aharc are now figuring the Dividend, to be i aid their lucky Stockholdcra. while the price of sharei have risen hundred! per cent. The Republic Mine hal paid Its 4th monthly divi dend of f ao. 00, and stinds to dir the rtchc't pro ducing mine for Its depth in the World Properties In the vicinity have Jumped from almost nothing to hundreds of thouiandi In v slue. This li vour opportunity t secure at once an in terest in this new Mining ounlry. Do not wait until ... .... -....,-...,.,. .,, tMi unci! Companies owning the really good properties have secured all th. money thfy want for development but invest at once to haaten and enlarge develon ments now going on. THE 01 D niCKORT COMPANV. The bet undeveloped Mining pmpertv to-day Is owned by tho Old Hickory Oold Mining Company. Bit properties the "Victor," the "old Ulckorr the'I C. Kid," the " Denslnw, the Ward." and the "New inrk"-are owned by thli Company, and ar all located on the Colvillo Reservation, where not a iini'lemtne ha. been sunk to a depth of 1 no feet but what Ina proved a pacing mine The Victor was located thn flrit day the Reservation was rp-ned rebrunry JOth, 18iH, being the pick of thi whole IP si rvailon. Its existence having been known to the In Hans lomr before The others wero all located early in the history of the camp, and weni selected from among a number of favorable looking properties. Tho deeds are all In the otnee of the Companv Work was started on tbee properties ind has Erogn scd rapidly mi the ictor, where two tunnel, ave been run and shafts sunk, all encountering r.ch lire running tr m to $M& per tun by am and i arrying a high pencntage of cupper, showlngtho perminenc of the ledge. On the Vtct.-r and i C Kid the ledges on thi surface are 10 feet scroi-s and prospect, at the prei exit etage of development are far superior fc tbo.eof elthir the le Uol or the Ripubllo at the lame prt d of development. Ther. Is no question but that Ihe Old Hickory propertie. will )rove to be a semnd Republb whoae Hock is now selling at mini d liars per .hare, Tn carry en the .level pments one third of the whnle Capital htm kof $1 ono.poo wm act aside to ba old for dtveloiumnt purp ises a the w rk pro gressed. it Is this block whl. h yon now have an cipnortunltv of b lying, the management offering only enough bto. k at present low prices t , meet ex penses a. work proin.es. Before many mouths It will prolsi) Ire II at several dollar,, per share. What remains i f the Treasury block, arier sales for dec el opmint purposes, will be distributed aciung the aharc holdi re ai in extra dlvulin.l This ha. been the eipeiience f inch minis is the I Rol, the War Eagle, the It-mUllc and many ulhera on the same mineral bi-lt. Do not dilaj- until too lite, hut lecure the Ftock to-daj while it Is cheap To nn.rruw a itrlke may lend thi htock into tbedollara and jour opportunity of getting any cumlderable luteteat for a small amount of money will be gone, line. k. fur subscription at si centa 'per ibare for the TrcavurySto.k will open January i7 and close ITebruary 1.'. at the llauking Office of ii:si.ou, WARD & CO., LORD'S COURT BUILDING, N, 40 Exchange Flace, New York City. American Air Power, International Air Power, Auto Truck Company IJUAlYr IN, CffS. G. EDEf$ $0fl$ Members .V. V. Stock Krlmng, UNIfKI) IHNK IHILDINII, a WALL bT , .V y. American Air Power, American Steel & Wire, Pressed Steel Car, Continental Tobacco, Otis Elevator I1KAI.T IN. ALLEN, WOOD & McGRAW. Tel. 01B1 Cort. 30 JIROAI) BT. laVtafaVlaTallaVleaiMaMiMMiBiisMNM liiii iJ'B4f' 3 REORGANIZATION OF THE Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo Railway Go. A plan and agreement of reorgvnlratlnn Is now ready, and all security holders are Invited to obtain copies at ourofflre. A elecrce of foreclosure and sale of the rl'r1 property of the Columbus, Hocking allcv snd T ledei Railway Company and of Ihe coal landi of thi Hocking Coal snd Railroad Cnmpaii) has her. to. fon- been entered Itt the United males Circuit I u for the Southern District of Ohio (Kastern Iilviefon , and said Court, ot lla own motion, has directed tli.i s sale thereunder must be made not later thin April 14, 1H1'I. Prompt action by security holders Is therefiriei icutial, and we hereby give notice that on ok iii:roiti: I'lniittuitY 1, iw, IlOLDEItH OF Tilt: t1)I.I,OWINO BCCURITlFS In order tn participate in the roorganitation, MI'S! DR. 10S1T THflll SKCURITIta V.ITU U8 under ml plan and agreement, vli.i Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo Rallwi, Co, r, pi r rent, bonds. Columbus, Hocking Valley ind Toledo Rallwi, Co. and Hocking Coal and Railroad Co. a per ciux, bonds. Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo Railway Co. 4 per rent, bonds. Columbus, Hocking Tallsy end Tolsdo Railway Co. preferred stock. Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo Railway Co. common stock. We further give notice that ON OK llhl-OKK KKltKtJAUY 1. 1RM, HOLDF.IW 01' Onit lll.CF.IPT8 OR CERTIFICATES 10 It U0ND3 of any of the above-described Isium already depoilted with us pursuant to our clrou lar of February 2f, 1KH7, In order to participate In aald reorganization, Ml'BT PRESENT SUCH HK, CE1PTS OR CERTIFICATES AT OfR OFFICE AND HAVE SAME STAMPED AS ASSEXTINO TO TUB PLAN AND AOREEMENT OF REOIUIANIZAIIOV Deposits and assent.. If accepted after February lit, 18DV, will beiubjectto such termi and condi tion! as we may hereafter determine Further notice will be given when thecaah pay ments from depositors of itock are required. J. P. MORGAN & CO. IS Wall Street. New York, January 12, 1899. OFFICE OF THE Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company, NEW YORK. January 24, 1800 TAt Trutttis, in Conformity teilA Uu Ckartir of tvi Company, tubmit 1A Jotloving slaltmint o tCi cuTdiri on tfit Hill of Vcumbir, 139$ Premium, on Marine Risks from 1st January, IBue, to 31st December, iphh ... . tu.ose.sss oi T rrmlumi on Policies not marked off 1st January, IdbU 1,2.1S,840 3 Total Marine Premiums H,2W,lHf. VI lremlumi marked off from 1st Jinn axy. lMUii, to 31it December, lgvrj. (3.127.340 'IT Lonee paid during the aame period (lei. alvagei, Ae.) .. .. $1,607.505 89 Return, of Premium! aud Eipeniei. . SB5B.421 OS The Company has the following Aiseti, vti.i Cnlted States and City of New York Htock City Bank, and other Stocks. 17,437,033 09 Loans secured by Stock, and other wise . 1, 187,000 OS Real Eaute ind Claim, due the Com pany, estimated at 8BP.0T1 A) Premium Note, and Rill. Receivable Pr.e.ltll 43 Cash in the hands of European Hankers to pay loae. under poli cies parable In foreign countries 220.7P3 31 Caahinllank 184,91.7 78 Amount $10,874,923 23 Six per cent. Interest nnth outstanding certlflcatei of profits will le paid to the hi Idem thereof, or thfr legal repreientatives, on aud after 'Xueaday, the scr.t.i'a of K'bruary next. The outatandinit cerllAoites r the l"lle. rf 1ft will be redeemed and paid to the holders thereof, or their legal renresentativ ei. on and after Tnesdiy.thii eventh of February next, from which date all In terest thereon will cease The certiflcates to be pro duced at the time of paj nient aud caucelleet A dividend of Forty per cent, is de lared on the net earned premiums if the Company for the year ending Hist December, 188. for whii h certificates will be l.atied on and after Tuesday, the second ox May next. Uy order of the Board. J. II. CnAPMAS, Secretary. TKUsTKKS. orrsTAV AMsrvcK, john d Hewlett. JOSEPH AiiUMINi. CHARira D. LEV ERICH, VaMtNON II. BROW N. LEASDEIt N. LOVE1.L. WALDRON P. 1IROWN, W H. II. MO0RF WILLI VM It. nOl'LTON, Cn AULKS II.fM ARSHALL, FRANCIS U. IIACON, itEOROE 11. M M.'Y. OEOROECOPPKI.L. LEVI P.MORTON. JOSK.PH H CHAPMAN. FREDERIO A. PARSOtS, JAMES O. DEFOREST. (tt-t)ltOE W Ol'INTARD, W1IXIAM K DODrtE. JOHN L. RIKER. EVERETT FRA.AR. A A RAVEN, EDWARD FLOYD-JONES, X DENKIN SMITH. HORACE OH AY I, c WHENCE Tl H-SCRB. ANBON W HARD, OUVTAV H.SCHWAR. (JLIKFORD A. HAND, WILLIAM C.BTI'ROEj, HENRY E, HAWLEY, WILLIAM H. WEBB. A. A. HAVEN. Frr-slilent. r A PABHON8. Vlo-Prcs't. TORNELIUS KIJlEItT. Je1 Vlcy-Pret TUEO.P. JOnXbO.V. 3d Vipe-Pres't. TO TITK nOLIIKRS OF THE MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY'S CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT OF FIRST MORTOAOE 5 PEB CE5T, BONDS OF THE Cleveland and Canton Railroad Company: Notice li hereby given, pursuant to the termi cf the llondholderi' Agreement of October 10, HB4, that a general meeting ot the holder, of the above, mentioned certificate, will be hel I at Room Vo. 828, Mutual Life Building. No. 82 Nissan Street, hew York City, on January 28, lemi, at 13 o'clock, for the following purposes; FIRST To receive a report from the Committee of the pro, eedlngs heretofore had under iai.1 agreement, MI.COXD lo conaldcr a pp poial that tbo OimmiU tee borrow, on the security of the property to be acemired by the Committee, euch an amount ia may be needed to discharge the indebtedness now exiit lug as a lieu, or otherwise, ou the prnperty of the Company, prior to the lien of the above-mentioned mortgage and to acquire the needed branch und con necting lines, and tn make improvement and addi tion, to the property so acutrd, and also tn em power the Committe e, to prepare and adopt a, plan of reorganization and to carry the same Into etreet,inl tomakesu.h o.piitable dlitribuUon among tb Cer tificate llolden of lu, h new lecunlie. u maybe provided for in inch plan. Dated New York, January 20, 18P(i, OH MILKS A PF.ABODY. Jr.. II. L. THOltNELL. U. K POMItciY. Committee of Bondholder. TOTICE OF INTENTION A ' to organize the CITY TRfST COMl'ANY OF NEW YORK. We, the niidersigned, hereby give notice of ourtiw teutlon to org.nlte a trust companr, under and pur suant to the law. of thoStato of New York, and we peclfjrai follows The name, of the proposed corporators of slid r. r.0,f?,,," '"hn D Cnmuilna, William It. Onee, William If. llrlihrnm. Fnuk II. riitt.Jam'. 11 Curraa. James Ho.is, ielt Euiteno Kelly, iltorge It. Hheidun. Ldward N. (Jibbi, Henry Budge. Idw a warflcld. Charle. W Mone, Elverton R Chapman, Charlre Forne., William U.Us, Jr., Rirnard U, Blijnlej. Frank It Lawience. ."i name of the propose I corporation is to be Cltv Trust Company of New Y..rk. The location .if the time is to lie Number 38 Walt B,.rS"li ilSr.0.""" ,,r Manhattan, City of New Yni k IN WITMS WIIKItKOF we have herein., if snd our slguaturra this lnth day of J.nuarj Id", JOHN I). CRIMMINs, W R 1 1 RACE. WII.I.HM II elEI.SHENEN, FRi.Sh II pf 4.rr JA- HO4 CI RRVN, JAMF" RO'KFr.LT, LI OENt KELLY, (tnniuK p.. shfLdon. 1'DWAItl) N (1IBU9. lieviiv met,it.. JIEMtY IIUDOE. EDWIN VVAR11KID, ciuui.ra w Muitiie. El VtltTON B CltsPMAN, I'HAlllJM V. rOtt-NES, WM 11ALIX J3, Bl'RNAHD M MlIVSIET, F1UNK n LAWRENi-E. OFFICE OF THE 8T. PAI'l. AND Dlll.l TH KAII.KOAJ CO., 2 N'AS-sAU STREET. NEW YORK. Notice is hereby given that, purtuaut ti th. plva of re.iivauiratlou of the Lake Superior and M i- s Ippl Railroad otupany, includeel In th. organi" tlocofth.Ut Paul au.I Dulutli Hillmid C i..) i j aud in Hi bylawa, ilrawlugi of prrf. rted .1 k f the St Paul and Duluth lli.lro.i.l t mipati ' duly had, at the ufllr of the c iiopan), i-'Nan-.i Blreet. In Iheeitvof New lork. upon the ltlib i.v .if Jsmisrj I hip. pursuaut tn resnluii n if ' Board of Diree tors, and that two th us md s n huudied a idel.lit) twu j 7h2i .bares f tue s, i prefern d ti k we-re drawn aud ther. I reiir PartntiUr. limn .tilt if the drawlnp ante tallied ou appliiatiou to tho ntke of the l mntu ifter Jannar) lhth, 1UI The star s it-awn ' r return. cut will lie pud for at par at tue Cum any iiffln on .urretiderof the certitleatei atl ted I. tin drawioki, audtiewcurtlHratei fiirthen niaiuiugsliirx will b Isiued 111 ellhlliir. f irtbe i.rtn. itlrs s sir render. il F H ROLLINS. Assiitiut tecreuu I'aucl Jauuari IHih. ix m " osr Certificate No A 12 12T for 'en iluiei I J J Union Pmnc preferred, in name of Eugene d. Rosa, tranafer of same lis. been Hopped 1 u lr 5!,!JS.tSwrJ',d '"' return of ito-k to UOPklX DUOTUEUb, ot) Broad vrty, New lork city. .a 1.-C. o,l.4.if iiaaAArA.iaA S aaf . --.