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THE SUN TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1905 un 1 I iIll1i I
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TI1IIO TO itrsTtun ITAitonllilnR
AitonllilnR AWHiUon by LondonnninHal
As nninHal VMsliaixr In rllnll Mnllirrr
r 8 Hprrlal Rcnt Nalil ID He Workin
Inl Ialllt HIP < oinpany7 Sir WalkrrlIrlnk
Frank AilmMimi lloiirul Uown 1Tb8
Thulonrlon England Ictrolcum llcriewj
j Vovcmlr IN which hat just reachedu
0 coiitnltm the followiiiKItl
thIs country oltuin lolowllj
Itl lmiMt iniTwllhlo that the Governtot
tot of tlin I iiitfil Stolon should hook tonrp
r tro nrp f he most Important oxporttlla
troy nt Ihal Coultry beClllf Ito bUtlD
D L 15 prwipally conducted hy thoctindArd
ctindArd < inpany hit if tho stateBtnt
tent rruvi i v Mr Francis Walker thlVnted
United HfntiH cpecm agont now In thisantrv
antrv if Hurt mioli iiuiHt bo the CMUAmon
Amon < hit varioUs partiAl visited hyAH
AH agent I tfw dart ago In London wasM
tis of largo petroleum InM
M recrfctiiivn o IIttU
rprrtII1
te M liKi mi > rienii who wai InforOdby
ttU that the United Ktutinwas
by > ir VuIct lliod HtutltGfernmPl
was hound to down Ihoeundnrl
oerflm1I ulne
eundnrl Oil Company and that nnturallyft
I lJ ft compillor that Kitntliiinnii would lieMr
L t jC h1 nil fIs4tsta000
Dlng Wnilfr proceeded to mat that sofa
I he had liwn iinnbln tS find anythingjiiut
nit b Sinndanl Oil Company butna
nofnl thn thov had made nn agreement
rth other interest ho would lIke to havei
i copy of Itl The agent was asked
cpy
1 hi Govprninont wnt bent upon dostroy
nt in Important branch of their exportride
ride for mily the Standard Oil Companyfould
could mnintim flm industry upon anything
thing Me i s present proportionsToflk
Y Toflk a large firm to disdono the naturetf
tf any a aRrpiinoiit in which it is hut ereMt ed
in our opinion mmo than Indiscreet andtfguch
S jim Olln mnlo inl
tfguch method aro adopted by tho I ruledstates
states agent wt shnl certainly have tohance
hance II opinion whlrh wo expressed0me
r 0me ffi > pk < ago ns to the vnluo of suchin
3 in invf Meati nt ILfnR
117 Inu
IEITIH WIXS f 1 iiic SUITairy
LfnR nu Itr
ir airy on Second Inner Pool Case HoldsThat IThaI
That MeV Not LiableThe IThe
The twelve men who havo listened for tliojst IIt
jst twowefks to tine trial of the suit ofIlllard
I Illlard H Jones A Co brokers againstos Iv
v Joseph 1 Hoadley Fowph Loiter andjrus
Cyrus Field Jtid on found a verdict yestcTaj
day for tho full amount 67500 with inrest iImst
Imst from May I 1902 malting 70393 inI III
< II against Jttd on alcnie thereby pxoncrting
i ting Hoadley and better completely i
1 it thfl trial in October of the suit brought
r by Franklin Scott t Co against the samodefendants
I defendants on the ale evidence the juryfound
e found all three defendants equally liableSine
I Sine then four of the jurors have mndoaffidavits
affidavits that while thev agreed to the verdict
dict they were really of opinion that onlyHouiley
Houiley and Jurlwin were liableThe
The basis of the Scott and the Jones suitsis
is of a number of oIlier suits itill pendingit
it an allegation that Hoarlley Loiter anilJudson
Judson were in a pool in InternationalPower
I Power tock In the spring oC 1S02 Hoadley
and Loiter both denied that they were everin
in D pool with Judson except n pmall oneIn
In 190001 which was wound up at a lossTho
Tho plaintiffs will appeal the presenterdict
erdict Hoadley and U > iter have apr
pealed the last one Another suit willcome
come on for trial in December JusticeDowling
Dowling granted a stay of execution n gainstJud
Jud on pending Ihl aplal
I SllMP IX IlOIiiSLtVI > ImVi
Vi I Moore Denies Vigorous l Hint Insiders
siders Are Selllnc OutA
i A decline of 67 points in Rock Islandprefeired
preferred stock yesterday from Saturdayscloio
close following a decline of 7 points lastweek
week revived the rumor I ha the nextViarrerJy
quarterly dividend of I per cent on thoS4000000
S4000000 of preferred stock might her
tasked It was learned in authoritativequarters
quarters that the passing of the dividendIs
I at least I possibility The ownershipof
of the preferred stock carries the controlof
of the entire sytem of nearly 151no milesof
of railroad and vast capitalisation Thopreferred
4 preferred stock is held very closely bywiders iFlder
widers The dividend might ho passedto I
to strengthen the position of the pRo
to get money for improvements
Another rumor circulated to accountlor
lor thE decline was that the inside interestsere I
rere selling out hit this was vigorously
denied by W 1 Moore one of the chieffners
fners of the property The commoncock
cock wis very weak in sympathy withthe
lb preferredll
ll > lltiMt sritSCIlllTIOXfixti
rot 82S to Come In ali Htnu27 Alo
sol her for ICncli tHIO llonilSuhrcriptions
Suhrcriptions open at lu oclock this
tensing at the office of Kuhn Ieob A Cot
6e atonal City Bank and tho NationalUnk
Unk of ommerce for the American nllotsent
sent amounting to 500 of the newness
li ness 4 pr nl loan of which 125WWX
l 0 i s being offered in France EnglandVraiany
erniany and tho United States TheJice
rice is 7 per cent Subscriptions closei
i December 2 I Subscriptions whichnil
nil bw received only in amounts of jClOOad
r multiple thereof must bo accommcrl
mcrl hv a check for S25 for each J10
and The
second payment of 25 nor
till liond if payable DecemlxT 18 butith
ith the exception of these two payments
w money i > required on subscriptionsutll
utll March m iflun when tho balance ofpr
W7 per Lion bond H payable This
JM layment may be made at tho option
it the siilKcntxr on Decomber 18 pton
uadicount of I ercont per annum I
1II 0 IWI KtTI
Ii Tint Ills Trip ADroa WI Slado forIleasqre
Ileasqre OnlyJames
Jam R1 Hill who returned from a short
European trip Saturday was at his ofc
rtterday According to rumor Mr Hill
Hi
Jwt abroad to secure financial support for
purchase of the Missouri Kjinsao and
luis Railroad which ROUr KIRO Hill
Wt are after for a Gulf outlet Mr Hill
Jj that L hi trip had been for IlenMiro Hi
10 hat 1m ls not buying Katy He leavesj
lot Il leavel
j St lopil today to spend thanksgiving I
and lhlnl
In after taking Mrs Hill south will ivturn
1 thn oty wi Itlr
I1VtiflI OTKSHjrare
Hjrare T tpki < las hwn oloftn
Jrpclorf Ih I finrnl Tounrtry i
Ur Hoti 101ndrr nnirmnytirhV
tirhV ks I K iso ji late nf Orld SchuiwtortK 1
iwtortK iIh 11 s ns cond vlouprfiltJSlt
tJSlt Orntr irinncs nf the AtchlvmNt I
ant
tterd Slnl IVl lall fi aA reportidtrosl I
trosl ar4 I i rnarltahlo liuTon s IntHtin
Isalr rjlIi 1 Ii 4i
tHtin dr 5 r 1 t Federal MInlliB andMrtrl
i r nnt
ipclzsrist lie
Mrtrl Itl ledlntII reiiilnrrrerrd
rrerrd 0 f I pr I II I tll > I
1 1 I per cant < larterl5
idl Pit j Vv pII I
The UTH 1 I Ii e eonulln1
thT rulprl ne h < wluib is to tuke over
It A bRn rt Ii Inid Tract to ii Cor
Vi n1 of the Ielawaniablv
nrthprn r ill I ablv be known as I ho
korlhprn
tsrcPIiI f r IraIlfllOIPIOrar
r IrcPI f II l r I h t tffltCI TractionH
I i nled Trllol
tOI anIM sitiiI lthth Vational
6 r Plrr r i 1 Ulliiy under llm termsvr
r Tl dirl h vr hi VeMinBhoii8i Machine
1111an aitiI I XtlMClHl IllPPtlnif Of1e
I DII I 1e held In PittfjbiirKL I
lB 5rnbnr II Pitiblr
ii liSt lbor 1 I I vats ° n Increas 111 I 10 I
1115 110
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3 1 I SI 1 r STITKMKXTv
h1b lou M4HT
f
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In T In
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rlld 8lh kl rlrJT IATd 1 i
pEdYub 10 1JthiOi
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Irlod
previous wcel 080
GOSSIl OF WALLA STREHl
A modi encouraging feature 1eftfrdlYsmarkt
market ivsis tho ability to break away from
the lock Inland Usiico which waf dlnplayec
by the irorinral Hut 1rnvloiin tho decline
In Hock Island hind exerted n dlclne
blnnce on BHiitlmnnt and on the coilmn oftirlies
prices generally but the Street at lonuth cam
In l he foiicliiHlou I hit nhatevcr might be thecniiNfi
mush of the breiik In that particular roupof
of storks it was cnnnnod to them and oonlalnud
tamed no riiiion for decline In standard rat
road or liuliistrlal snciirltle Humor was
busy siipplyinu reasons for the action of thoKock
hock Inland Uniipu but none of the ntorlnswhich
which were panned around was particularlynew
new They amounted for tho mont part torulteratlon
rulteratlon of roporln buard lust irnek reoIardlll
tfnrdltur thin possIble niiBpenslon of dlvldemliayiiiHiiu
liayiiiHiiu on tile preferred and HPIIB forV
W I Iecdn who was no Id to conlolplate retiring
tiring from biiHlncnn An Inference fromHomo
Homo of the nelllnL was that > Tames II Kcenewan
wan ondlcllll oporntlons for a bear pooland
and In ionnecMnn with thin Rurmlno It wanthought
thought not Improbable that tho pool Included
cluded among Its members some of the Unrealownnrt
I owners of the preferred stock There baali
I hen I nusnlclon for some time that thesemen
lon have hflflii out of stocks and that theI
I IIHP of Hook Island Issues as a club to beatdowl
i down the general level of prices might but
I Indicate an eacrnrnflss to accumulate securitiesor
or various kinds beforo the Irresistible force
I of mncnlflcer business conditions made thopurchase
I purchase of a large amount of stock a tblni
to he accomplished only in th taco of rapidlyi
i advancing prices Some brokers flirured that
Hock Island preferred bad by its declinepretty
pretty fully discounted suspension of tho
dividend but hesitated about buying wherethey
they could not have confidence
Offeettlnc In a large measure the effect of
Rock Islands seusatlonal decline St Paul
displayed marked strength on buying whichseemed
seemed to be largely a continuation of theaccumulation
accumulation that has been In progress formany
many weeks The precise reason for thisabsorption
absorption of the stock has not been madeknown
known hut I is believed to have some reference
rooCrrnre
erence to the proposal to build an extensionto
to tho Pacific Coast so that the company mayno
no longer be bottled up or dependent onother
other system for a share In the rapidly expanding
panding business with the Orient Thegeneral
general belief Is that the first part of the expenditure
penditure on account of the new line will bemet
met by sale of the 125000000 unissued stocfkin
in the companys truasury on such terms asto
to convey Important rights to stockholdersand
and the probability Is that such financingmay
may lie done In advance of active construatlon
tlon should market conditions prove opportune
tune for the Issue of additional securitiesWhile
While the nmrein nt In National Leadwas
was generally ascribed to the near npproachof
of consummation of tho merger with UnitedLead
Lead a few traders thoiiirht they could see
Mr Keenes hand In the manipulation of
i the Iock The buying of more than 20000i
i shares by H Content V Co was thought tolunve
j have had Its origin from this source Otheri
i large buyers were L L Manson k Co and
1 Van Kinhureh J Atterbury The Argumentj
j was advanced that Lead preferred shouldsell
sell as high as Locomotive preferred on nocount
count of its longer dividend record but
rOlnlof 18 pr dlvlr ndricor < thisI
I was toO superficial to attract much ronI
i siderallonI
I Following 1 net advance of BK points onSaturday
Saturday Tennessee Coal rose to 121 andilofed
anr
ilofed at ll3Ji a gain of 17 points in twodays
days A this level the stock reached Is
I highest point since inn when I touched atILfl
ILfl after having sold at 18 earlier in the yearThe
I The pest movement had Its inspirationin
in the prospect of a merger of the leadingIron
I Iron concerns of the South and In ths healthyprosperity
prosperity of the iron trade In that sectionwhich
whiCh must before long result In the payment
InPut of considerably higher dividends toTennessee
Tennessee Coal and Iron stockholders Thefloating
floating supply In the Street was quite smalltthen
I tthen the movement started nnd this favorabl
null technical position was availed of byih
ih < pool to work up the price to a higherlevel
level The rapidity of the advance did nothowever
I however meet with entire approval as itwas
was argued that should there l > A miscarriage
riage of the developments which the higherlevel
level of prices discounted a severe reactionmight
I might result with prejudicial effect on thegeneral
general marketSlossSheffleld
SlossSheffleld moved In sympathy withTennessee
Tennessee Coal and Iron reaching 05i a pricewhich
which with the 25 per clnl stock dividendgiven
given to stockholders last summer wasequivalent
equivalent to no for the original Issue thisbeing
being nearly up to the hIgh record made lasiMay
May This stock has a record o ratherviolent
violent fluctuations one of Its previous remarkable
markable movements having been made Inth
th first two months of the present yearwhen
when it rose from a low point of 60 In Januaryto
to I high of 118Y In February the latterbeing
being nearly up to the level reached
Iwnrl thl on e
terdays advance As a 5 per cent issueSlossShellleld
SlossShellleld still has many friends In spiteof
of the fact that at present quotations theequity
equity which It represents sells for nearly thehighest
highest price ever reached In the companys
historyThe
The break In Rock Island caused heavyselling
selling of the general list as the speculativeclement
clement failed to understand
the
ellpnt faUI underlying
lying strength of the market and arguedthat
that this unfavorable factor with the possibility
bility of I serious strike In the building tradewould
would produce a serious effect I becameevident
I evident however that stocks sold had goneinto
into strong hands and according to
Rlronl lnd accordlnl somefhrend
shrewd observers the principal result of thedays
days trading was to Increase the short Interest
erect and add to the concentration of securities
ities In some quarters the action of HockIsland
Island was construed as a desperate efforton
I on the part of some large Interests to affectthe
the general market so as to enable them toaccumulate
accumulate additional stocks These partiesit
f was said were already committed to the bullside
side of the market hut had their enthusiasmfurther
further kindled by the phenomenal growthof
of business in all lines and determined on
making large additions to their holdingsIn
In anticipation of a large upward movementin
in prices for all good securities In the comingwlntpr
winter Tho unexpectedly rapid recovery Intho
tho money position forced them It was ealdto
to take unusual measures to accomplishresults ireslls
resultsThe
The excellent statement of AtchIson earnings
ings for September created a bullish feelingon
on the stock andas accumulation has been Inprogress
I progress for some time It In expected thatthis
this security will henceforth become a centreof
I of Increased activity The common stockdividend
dividend was earned last year under unfavorable
able circumstances and the outlook for thopresent
present year is that somewhere hrlwlpnR
8 per cenl and 10 per enl can be shownfor
for that issue In contrast with AtchisoiiMissouri
Missouri Pacific made a poor showing forSeptember
September and publication of the fgUreAWI
v1ts followed by I decline In the stock Thoturn
turn In earnings II however believed tohave
have been about reached and by the end otI
I ho year thn property will again begin toshow
show IncreasesAmalgamated
Amalgamated Copper was again 1 strongfeature
feature of the market and the metal scoredo
I further advance in price Street sent hnuntrn
ran very bullish on the stock and thereinlieu
lieu perhaps the only weakness In the marketposilion
position of the security as the bull followingmay
may become so lar < e as to Invitu attack onweak
weak hold I mugsSmneltrs
Smelters moved in sympathy with NationalI
> ad affording I lie remarkable phenomenonof
of the tall wugglng the dogA
A wis merchant who has recently attainedroiiAiderabln
con idprhlA prominence as H speculatoris
is understood 10 havebeen Ihl buyer of alarge
large amount of Tennessee Coal and Ironrecently
recently hut the report that tie has securedn
I controlling Interest In the company Is not
treated very seriously by Insiders Anticipation
pation of a merger with other Southern concernslssuld
cernslssuld 10 have been the principal reasonfor
for the purchase llepuillc Iron and Steelshowed
showed sympathetic strengthTo
To a1 fellow trader who made a remarkabout I
about the small effect on the general list ofthe
the break In Hock Inland one of the shrewdestof
or this class of operators replied An ordinary
nary market would have gone to pieces butthis
this Is no ordinary market and were it not
for restraining Influence price would runaway
away to higher levels than have ever yetbeen
been relohednUlUJ
nUlUJ IMIlNINGSIg
193 t 1901 Changes
Central of Georgia 191
M Week Nov 141600 1212100 Inc 133400
Prom Inly l 454I3 41HK Ino 557255Chicago
Chicago Indianapolis and IxiuLsvllle
JdweekNov IIU8I4 II1I47S Ino 18
Prom July I 249919 2301003 Ino 111130Chicago
Chicago Terminal Transfer
34 week Nov 111731 33779 Ino llOMIJ2M1
Prom July I 6791140 070778 InoDetroit IJ2M1II04M
Detroit United
3d week Nov 01601 MI11S Ino1rom II04M
Prom Jan l 4541773 4024701 Inc 013073
Duluth South Shore and Atlantic
fbore AtAnlo3tokNa
3d week Nov 81074 lilMl Inc 110013
Ironl July I U630SJ 1005740 IncLouisville 1013UIoulwlo
Louisville and Nashvlllei
M week Nov IM04I5 I8277M Inc UMIOrom
from 1ov IC343 M I54S7733 Inc SlltWJMlnneatiolljSI
MlnneatiolljSI St Paul and Sault Ste Uarto
gl week Nov 1244177 IJI94J3 re I347M
Iromn July I 4771IKl 8SiSl9ll Ugo I1WBMMobile
Mobile nnd Ohio Wc
3d week Nov II74OJ t4446 In 110475
From Inly I 8302818 3209098 InoSouthern 1110HoUlhcr
Southern Hallway
3 week Nov 11041917 979311 InorroniJulyl 181SJ
troln Tel July and I2Q3I4907 Pacific I93W490 Ino1129412Teiaj
81 week Nov 1297603 310003 e 1172002U17tl
from Jan I 10101105 io 91BM DscToledo 23t75Toledo
Toledo St Ixiuts and Western
3 week Nov 1401 76W Ino 14834
6f 81
froln July I IM8018 1533VM Ino 125190TwIn
Twin City RapId Transit
8 week Nov l iT17 31230 Ino 114417
hromJan 4172821 8791131 Ino 3691Grnd I
Grand Trunk
a week Nov 791904 77692 Inn 815022
1rom Jan 111793 304019M Inc 1715970Mineral
Mineral Rsnre
8d week Nov 14S44 113403 Ino 11053
Krom July i 805818 37S178 Inc 32385llOM
Toledo PeoriA and Western
a weekFrom Xov T 128347 123603 InoInn 1384IOUS1
From July I a32852 L1141 Inn IOUS1
umsotmt PACIFICThe
for The September MUeourl Pioinc nallwny Company reports
1905 1901 Chances
Gross earnings 3079827 14078724 Dec 1399197
Oper expenses 2505815 2003637 Dec 67793Nel
Nel earning iO33s2 11116087 Dee 133140SProm
Prom JulyIross m0
Oross earningsII1160 M15I63M Pec I30 < OU
Opar expenses 7621714 708900 Dec 168189Vet
Vet earning SS021036 3825433 Dec 1100490ATC1IISOK
ATC1IISOK TOPKKA AND BASTAThe rlyIt
The Atehlson ToneUn and Santa Id Hallway
System reports for Octobertom
tom 19O4 ChanoH
Gross earnlnu i 67mu32cuo Uswsso Inct243t00
Oper expenses 4005779 37770 Inc 2279Nel
Net earnings 2787511 11771391 Ino1010120
Taxes rentals 103513 184814 ln SnasSurplus
Surplus 12283073 1 87 bar 11007121From
From July l to October 81Grow
Grow earnings34903017 J2l5Mmi Ine 3010170
Oper expenses 15VK1171 11252ofll Inc 1353603Nt
Nt eamlntJ 80306806 7 iIjiws Inc 1750813
Taxes 4 rentals 7WI32 7M917 Dc f7S 1l
Surplus l403a7HI jnH7S3l Inc 1701443noCKINO I
noCKINO VAIIhT
for The October Hocklntr Val UMIuay Cumpanjr reports
liK > 5 1304 ChangesGross
Gross earnings foi611 JiCOTO Inc 23020Op
Op exp Aim 3Vfu tiO579 Inc 10712Net
Net eamlnes 742IB t2tl30 Inod 12127Total
d
Total Income rYH 5 llli Ine 5725Charges
S1 126Cbarl
Charges nnosi ION nee 4471Surplus
Surplus 170180 l7ojU IncFrom Tll07From
From July 1 to On 31Oro
Gross earnings 2209737 I VS30IJ Dec 14201Op
Op rip 4 tax 1371 13K407 luc 25001Net
Net earning > 3239 134518 Dec 30209Total
Total Income 908r rin02l Dec 77si5Charees
Charges 271597 2S50fiS Dec 13408Surplus
Surplus 830011 700OV Dec f 04347MEXICAN
MEXICAN CENTRALThe
The Mexican Central Hallway Company reports
far October
toes 1904 ChanonJross
Gross earnings 7 M3IR 2251234 Inc I7HOR4iper
iper expenses lot432 1605932 Inc ioa397Nrt
Net earnings ili980 18230 Inc 89897From
From July 1 to Oct 31Gross
Gross earning 5051895 S S248390 Inc 413629Oper
Oper expanses 0233984 5312233 Inc 401732Vet
Vet earnings 12824830 2414133 Inc 110797CENTRAL
CENTRAL GEORGIAThe
CZNTIL OF OEOROIAThe
The Central of Georgia Hallway Company roporI
ports for October
1905 1904 Changttross
Groin earnings Jl080481 1107701 Dec 27213xj
rzp and taxes easooi OiOO Dec 1IB7Nej
Nej earnings 1411690 137000 Dec 20010From
From July 11 October 31ross
Cross earnings MS05012 3604516 Inc 300497xp
Esp and taLes 2110629 2410537 Inc J 90993Net
Net earnings iTTilMM 1003078 Inc 10060MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS AND ST LOflSThe
The Minneapolis nnd St Louis Hallway Company
pany reports tar OCloberOr
1005 1904 CltanonOross
Inham
Oross earnings WMnw 309381 Inc 7SS04Op
Op exp and taxes 20S80I 1M707 Inc 37f7Net
Net earnings 17R1 140014 Inc 38207Addnl
Addnl Income 1WM 12528 Inc 8100Total
Total Income 191509 153142 Ino 41427From
From July 1 to October 31Orosa
Cross earnings U70si l0l49 Inc 20422Op
Op exp and taxes 712101 8420M Inc 119990Net
Net earnings 001177 141751 Inc 100423Addnl
Addnl Income 51172 424MO Inc 11683Total
Total Income M02349 184243 Inc fj I0
OKOnOI nIIOA
The GeorgIa Railroad Company reports forOctober
October I
IO 101 ChanudGraM
GraM earlnl S2103 f25Ren Inc f1831
Exp and taoe4 10259 146231 Inc UfRNetarlnr
Netarlnr 13791 ttlZ4li Inc 13Surplu
Surplus r33 62trtS Inc 398Grss
Gross earnings 933450 RJI tao 10mExp
Exp and manes 62212 579310 Inc 43213Net
Net earlnr 1J 3 8 n7R9 Inn S0
Surplus 1311130 1e Inc 6725
IOWA TEXTUALTh
October The Iowa Central Hallway Company reports forOctober
iftOS i Ml ClianasOross
Gross earnings 281ISI 247118 Inc I37tsflGp
Gp expo < k taxes 199503 119081 necNI 303Net
Net earnings SSOfln f47137 Inc 37020Total
Total Income 1 e3 f M28D Inc ISS150rrom
From July 110 Oct 31Oro
Oross earnings JnOMi fR77nni IncOp fI03R
Op cap taxes 747815 748117 Dec 7NIl
Net earnings si 2 O 120481 Inc 103320Total
Total Income MI9055 11S077I InccAtIFOtNti 08284CALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA NORTH WRNTFRNTBn
The California Northwestern Hallway Companyreports
reports for October
1905 111 ChancesInc
Gross earnings 173107 1673SEip > Inc 5572
Exp and taxes 84423Net 94611 Dec 1021 I
Net earnings J8084 1272 Inc 25963Cars
Cars bat sink fd 58034 27047 Inc 601
Surplus 606SO 35074 Inc S24070From
From July 1 to Oct 31Gross
Gross earnings 717801 054915 Inc 62970Exp
Exp and taxes 363757 424783 ncNCi 68970Net I
Net arnlnrsf3218 230202 Inc 1121040Inc
Chrslnl8Ink fd 111871 1018 Inc 3C84Surplus
u hSurplus
Surplue8240273 122013 Inc 118202TOLEDO
TOLEDO KAILWATH ANn LIGHT COMPAKTThe
for The October Toledo Hallways and Light Company reportsfor
tOol 1104 han geafirass
Oross earning 105511 I Slmll Inc issirEip
Eip and taxes K21H 71183 Inc 0073Net
Net earningsCharjes M325 74013 Inc 50242Chares
Chares 42820 41251 Inc h 1575J10420
SurplusProm J10420 32712 Inc 67Irom
Prom January I to October 11Oro
Irons earnlnitK 1573201 1UH14 Inc 131140Rxp
Rxp and tnxes soiuon 7ox2li Inr 33S7INet
Net earningsCharges 77ISS7 M7IWK1 Inr4iaSM fg7ChntrR
Charges 425020 4iaSM Inc RiOS
Surplus tsinM 8 215251 Inc 111131Lsrrn
1Lsrrn ANn upiiwutpThe
The rister and Delaware Itallrond Companyreports
reports for blue quarter ended SetitembT 10IfiOi
IfiOi liril Chnnon8rnss
ross earnings 3lfiW Hiit Inc f2V4Ksper
8rnss
tper expenses 32011 IMms Inc 10937Net
Net earnings 110002 111401 Inc 522011Total
Total tnrotne Ul7flf 11202 loe 52501rtxeml
fld charges 10f10 10Rle leI 107Srpll
I
Srpll T7907 17t2313 Inc f701nlTIU I
nlTIU 1 IHlt I I TOmpanl
empanl Olfld Term Stork Iml IaiIQbeAnmertrfin
ane PalobiAnrlrfn
mpanl
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quarlrl phI I JanAmlrnn 0Amrlcntm
Amlrnn SumLar lennlnquartrl
quartrl rom l i Inn 0St
HI tul amid San Irnrlcn
Illlfe I JAn 2Chicago
Chicago nnd IaIr 111001quarl
quarterly pld tt 1n 2letrott
ntrl tlaciutnMRCUII an hId 2j Ifnropp
Copper lan e qualI t IrC 23Femteral
Iedtral Ntintng and SmclllFp
quarterly pd 1 burr iaFedmrutl
Fedmrutl Mmntnc anr SmeltIng
qtuurterI Iom J lIe 22Federal
Federal 9Inlng and Smeltintextrs
ar smellnr
xlra nm I tmcr UAmon1
Amon1 Match qumartettO 22 nrr 16S1
quarI
Swift 4 Companys salea of Fresh Heef In seaYork
York Citaverage for the week endlcr Saturday Nov 25ed
average 801 cent per pound Ati 1r
T UST COMPANY RRPOHTBl
REPOfTQUARTnlLY
l i + + r
jquAnTniaY IIBPOIIT OP TUBLincoln
Lincoln Trust Company
a Ibe oloie of business on the
till day of November luoiliondt
nEOVROR
liondt and nuortga6iAinounmi Il 008i0 7Amount
Amount of stock and bond Invejtmentsmarket
market value i31lWSlir bookvalue
tSI08gI bokalue
value 481803897Amount
Amount loaned on ooUatorali t910474M
lOne o ollerab
Other loam Includlar bills purchasedamount 6104Uef
amount due from Directors Included
In Items S and 4 70000 77 9 I0fs
Overdrafts 310344Due
Due from biubi banker and broken iJ8OM13Cash
Cash ou deposit ID bank or other moaved
ved tnstltutloiu 153255416Specie
Specie Ml 94481V
U I iegiItsnder notes and notes ofnational
national banlcs 0 0
Cash Iem vlt Other llama carriedu
u eah MM4WAmount
Amount of aaiets not Includedunder
under any of tbe above
hend1 vizFurniture
Furniture and fixtures2592000Rents
Rents receivable 581848
IOHB41Toltl
ToltlCapital 118992081 99rrArrE
rrArrE
Capital stoolc paid In In cajh 50000000Surplus
Surplus on book value leu current expenses
and tales paid
ponies Iaa pid WJ83UOOSurplus
Surplus on market value M8S29surplui
surplui sitter charging and credit
lag accrued Interest 8X103797
Individual depoSIts subject to cheoknot
not preferred 1017111
Certlflcates of deposit not preferred
and not Included In deposits ot trustmonevsi
monevsi Time i1r n41R OS HA
CODel IrU80
mandI ISI813i 300158813Amount
Amount due truit companies 33374083Amount
Amount due bal and bankers 165J8119Preferred
Preferred depositsDuo
Duo savings bantu 177933909Due
Due savlnci and loan 4
sociations 1147401Due
Due ai executor administrator
trator guardhenCulVer receiver
CulVer trustee committee
tee or depositary M18325
184999013Total
Total 7l81929 < niflTotal
Total amount of deposits on which Interest
terest U paid 1081940769 averagerate
rate of Interest paid thereon 2 73TVSlate
Slate of New York County of New York ss
< tIN WAKD Second VIce Preatmlent and
IIOUEHT C lEWIS Treasurer of Lincoln Trust
Company located amid doing business at No 204
nho g 11
ntth Avenue ana 1128 Ilrg the City of
New York In said county being duly worn each
for blnisiilf sayi the foregolnir report with thescnedules
scnedules arcoiupanylng the same pr true andcorrect
correct In nil respects to the best of bit UnowledgeHid
Hid belief and they further say that time usual
buslneis of sId trust company b4 been transacted
acted at the location required by the banking lawICti4l
iChap Vso Laws of 18021 mind not elsewhere and
that the above report D made In compliance withan
an official notice received from the Superintendentot
r 1 1 caif llgg n 13igr
ot Danks deslgnatlni the ninth day of November
mad 1005 as the dar ss of which suds report shall bemnrie
CWiTN WARD 3d VlcePrealdent
ROBERT C LEWIS Treasurer
Severally aubcrlbed and sworn to by boln loponenu
ponenu me the 22m0 ilay TIAnRV of November J bJbott forme
Seal of Notary Notary PublicWnstchester
Wnstchester Cottnjr
Certlflcain filed la New York Oountvrrrrr4n
> rrrrr4n nurixa STEEL PLANTSDeal
Deal for Four Small Ones In Kentncky andOhio
Ohio Not ConcludedTho
The report from Cincinnati that CharlesM
1 Schwnb is negotiating for the purchaseof
of four small iron and steel plants at Ashland
land ICy and Ironton Ohio was confirmedhero
hero yesterday A representative of the
iron brokers who are making the purchassaid
said that tho deal had not yet been cal
cltidixi and that no details could be given
The four companies have a combine cnpitaof
of about 3000000 They aro the AshlandSteel
Steel Company the Kelly Nail and Iron
Company the Bellefonte Iron Works antthe
the Norton Iron Works Mr Schwab aapresident
president of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation
tlon has been mentioned of late a the purchaser
chaser of a vory large number of the smalBtpel
steel companies but he b denied most orthe
the reported deals Mr Schwab has beerelpctprl
elected a director of tho National Hank ot
North
AmericaERIE
ERIE CARS STERILIZEDFormaldehyde
Formaldehyde Used After Each Trip of theChicago
Chicago LimitedThe
The Efie Railroad began last week tosterllizo
sterilize the cars of the Chicago Llmitecafter
after each trip with formaldehyde goaThe
The process will soon b extended to u1
tho through trains A deodorizing apparatus
paratus which has been in use in abouttCteon
fifteen care for several weeks has also been
devised and I placed under the seats overnight
night All the passenger rare will b fittecwith
with it The laws of Texas and Kentucky
require tho sterilization of railroad carsnnd
and an agitation for similar laws I nowgoing
going on in OhioM
M ARISE INTELLIGENCE
IINITUn ALMANAC THIS DATSunrises
Sun rises8SlISuti Sets 4SlMoon sets 047Illnil
I Illnil WATER THIS DAT
I Sandy Hoot 827Oov Island 89llell Gate 10I4SArrhedJIoNDAT
f ArrhedJIoNDAT Nov 37Ss
S Amerlkn Hamburg Nov 18Ss
Ss Baker 1ort Antonio Nov nSs
Ss Peter Jebstn Cape Breton Nov 33
0
Ss Ponce Ponce Nov 15Ss
Ss Harold Cape Iron Nov 23Ss
Ss Gere Baracoa Nov 20Ss
Ss Alleghany Hani Nov 20S
S inrrirnHt Lucia Nov Zos
Ss Otto Sverdrup Savannah Nov 24
Ss Comal nrunstclck Nov 24Ss
Ss ana City Savannah Nov 24
Ss San Marcos Mobile Nov 19Ss
Ss Huron Jacksonville Nov II
Ss Manna lIsts lUUImure Nov 25ARRIVED
ARRIVED ODTSs
Ss Graf Waldersee from New York at Hamburg
Ss Caledonia from New York at Glasgow
A Gosrow
Ss Zealand from New York at DoverRAILED
RAILED rnoM ronptoN PORTS
Ss 1alrlela from Dover for New York
S3 Krnnn tmd from Dover for New YorkOUTOOINO
OUTOOINO STEAMSHIPSJail
Jail TodavMalt
Malt VesstltSatl
CloseKrWder SagS
KrWder Orosse Bremen S SO A A 10 00 AM
Irlnz Oskar NaplesClltadl 830AM 100AA
Clltadl Napoll NaplesCeorgle 9 SO AM 12 COMComancce
Ceorgle Liverpool
Rosalind Newfoundland 10 SO A A 200PMSOO
Comanche CharlestonMonroe SOO PM
Monroe NorfolkHurtdale lOP A
Hurtdale Iernambuco S 00 A A 3011
Grecian Prince Pernamhum 70 A
hum 1 A lOP I
ItosallndNewfoundland 200PM
Sail ToOcennlc morrow
Oceanic LiverpoolNoordsm 4 00 A M 7 SO A M
Noordsm HotterdnmScnccn 7 30 AM IOOOA MS
Scnccn TamplcoScguranc1 12 COM 10 5S
Scguranc1 HavanaCanning 12 00 M 3 00 P M
Canning ArgentinaKorona 7 SO A A 10 TO A Mnrl
Korona St 111001111Hmgry t 8 I A 8 00 p M
80 I
Hmgry Cnmpecherubnna 1200M1200M a oo p Ms
rubnna MatanrasVtra 1200M 80 PA
Vtra llaytl 9 1 A M 30011
Huron CharlestonAlamo 3 00 P M
Alamo JalvestonJellcrson 30 A
Jellcrson NorfolkComus lOP M
SO PA
Comus New Orleans lOP 1
Sad Tlturxlav Vor 8
Ij irratne luc 700AM 10 On AM
Hepublle Naples B 30 A M 1200M A
Hheln firemen IOOOA M
Kl Cld Calvestnn laOAM
I Hamilton Norfolk 3 00 1 A
INCOMING HTEAUHD nrClOtuS
I lOtuS Todal
Slaneom nolrdam os IR
SI8la aptrs ot UShlrld
I
Shlrld r 13
Iarnrnlho 20fonle
it fonle ew Orlenn8 n
oilmhll Gn5o 10 oicrmamilm
Grmanll Ghrlnr 1n J
Southwak nlwcrp cv IH
m SI lo 22I
Molrr Iavann Xa rsIOoe
Dut 7omorromeFriritnlrh
Friritnlrh tIer Grosur lrcm n ni 19IHII
IHII lmarck N pic doi U
Prln liiitm
tem 22
Iero city XO 1
XO 2palhr
palhr larksonI XnO
flue ThuwI Sor 3
rtneess Irene 21
IrolIIn Naplr No 21 I
Ilnnoe Coloa XO 23
TItan SI Ilda No3rl
IroteuuI 1w Orleans XOnUr aue
nUr Friday Ir ICedric
Cedric Jlwrpool XO 23
llama aplrR 10 IHArnhtal
Arnhtal St II A No 24
Fi Iba Galveston Nor eflue
nUt aurdav lr 2lm
St lmhrta I lIuerpiot x Nov 27lmhrta 5Stinorhabs
Innehobo Ionron nfl 23itaverfnrd
Inrrord 1Irponl No 22Ibciiutl
Irllh Umpire Antwerp XO 25 2025
I FINANCIAL I
r 1I
I FINANCIAL UI I I If I
I 11 25000000Imperial I ft1mperiaI T
Imperial Japanese Government 4 ° ° Sterling Loan of 1905DUE i IDUEJANUARY
DUE JANUARY I 1931DIVII I IDIVDED
DIVII > KD INTO SnniES OP 1000000 EACH WITH OPTION TO TIm ISJPE1UAI JAPANRAF GOmRNf TO RIEEII I j
ALl OB ANY HERE ON OH AT ANY TIS1B APTEIl JANUAHV 1 11121 UPON GIVING MIXMONTIIH r I IINTI
MONTIIH PllKVIOLS NOTICKCURATRD jCEATD
CURATRD UNDER TiE AlTrnOtUTY OP IvATT NI > IIIIU 1 OF OO4 AND LAW NDMDim 12 OF IflOS AND IPEniAIj ionDINANCU
OnDINANCll NUMIIKH 241 OF HIS MAJESTY rUE KMPRIIOII PHOMiiovTio I I
MiiovTio NovuMincn as 1005Coupon
rltCoupon
Coupon Dearer Bonds in Denominations of LLO 20 1OO and 2OO u8E311ANNUAL
rBE
SEllIANNUAIi INTEREST PAYABLE JANUARY 1st AND JULY 1st AT TILE OFFICE OF TIE YOKOILASIA SPECIE DANK LTD I I 3LONDON
LONDON AT ITS AGENCY IN NEW YORK AT MESSKS DE HOTIISCHILD FIIERE3 I PAR 1AND
AND TIIIIOUOU TiE DEUTSCHAfHATlaCHE BANK IN HEULISPrincipal i Ii
Principal and interest payable in London in Sterling in Now York in United States Gold Dollars nt tho fixed rate of exchango i Ichango
chango of 487 per Pound Sterling In Paris at the current rlt of exohango the minimum rato to boFranca i
FranC 25 per Pound Sterling and in Germany in Roichsmarks at tho fixedrate i Irat t
rate of exchange of Marks 2045 per Pound Sterling rj fi I
J OF THE ABOVE AMOUNT OF 25000000 STERLING 6500000 ARE BEING OFFERED FOR PUBLIC SUBSCRIPIN Pf
no IN LONDON BY PARRS BANK LTD THE HONGKONG SHANGHAI j 1HA
TO I LNDN PARS BAN TE SHANGHA BANKING CORPORATION THE YOKOHAMA I
MAMA SPECIE BANK LTD AND MESSRS N M ROTHSCHILD SONS 3250000 HAVE BEEN TAKEN FOR ISSUEIN I 1IN IIN
IN THE UNITED STATES BY MESSRS KUHN LOEB COj 12000000 HAVE BEEN TAKEN AND ARE BEING ISSUEDIN
IN PARIS BY MESSRS DE ROTHSCHILD FRERES AND 3250000 HAVE BEEN TAKEN AND AR BEING ISSUED INGERMANY IGERMANY
GERMANY BY THE BANK FUR HANDEL INDUSTRIE BERLIN BAYRISCHE HYPOTHEKEN AND WECHSELBANKI I IDREDNR ItoMUNICH
MUNICH MESSRS BORN BUSSE MESSRS DELBRUECK LEO CO DEUTSCHASIATISCHE BANK DEUTSCHE BANK j TaDRESDNER
DRESDNER BANK NATIONAL BAN DEUTSCHLAND BERLIN NORDDEUTSCHE BANK IN HAMBURG HAMBURGi I f f
BURGi MESSRS SAL OPPENHEIM JR CO COLOGNEi A SCHAAFFHAUSENSCHER BANKVEREIN IN BERLINiMR I 1MR
MR JACOB S H STERN FRANKFORT aM AND MESSRS M M WARBURG CO HAMBURGTIII5
Tilt LONDON ISSUING IIAMtH MAKE THE FOIUnTING STATEMENTS IN TIICIR mOSPECTUN WHICH HAS IIEEN APrKO XD BTKOUniUYO i 1KOREUYO I5oRE1LiT
KOUniUYO TAKAIIASHL ESQ VICEnOVKHNOU OF TiE BANK OF JAPAN AND HPEOIAI FINANCIAL tOMMISSIOMin OF TiE IMPEHIAI Ii JPEJAr
PEHIAI IAPA > n n OO TKNMn > iTlThe caTho I
The Imperial Japanese Government 4 per cent Sterling Loan of 1005 is for 50000000 of which 25000000 are HOTToffered LI
offered Subscription in London Paris New York and Germany the proceeds of which are to bo applied in such manneraa j 1 Ia
a tho Imperial Japanese Government may determine in virtuo of their statutory powers to the redemption of the Internal i r
ternal Loans The balance of 5000000 is reserved for the purpose of converting or redeeming at n later date bonds ofthe J i Ithe
the Imperial Japanese Government I per cent Sterling Loans issued in London and Xow York on May llth and November j Ibar I Ibor
bar 14th 1004 for 10000000 and 12000000 respectively and if any surplus remains after providing for same it shall boused Iused
used for such other purposes as the Imperial Japanese Government may determineThis IThJA J IThis
This loan is redeemable at par on January 1 1031 but tho Imperial Japanese Government reservoa the right to redeem Ideem
deem at par all or any of tho aerie of Honda on or at any time after January 1 1921 on giving six months previousnotice j II
I notice partial redemption to bo ellnrtpd by drawings of complete series in tho usual manner attho office of the Yoko ama ISpeoio
Speolo Hank Limited London IUd notice of the distinctive number or numbers of series drawn will bo given by advertisement Itisement
tisement in two newspapers in each place where tho coupons are payablenEFiiuuAo I m InEFEmU
nEFiiuuAo TO TIM Aiiovi TIM UMi suMi tILE AITIIOIUII > DY TiE IMPERIAL JAPANESE GOVEBNSIENT I lMENT IINT
SIENT ro ISSVH TIP lon LOAN AND IIEItfellY OFFISH FOH PUIIMCJ SLBSCIUPTION 32OOOO OF TiE ABOVE IBONDS 1 iDONDS
BONDS AT THIS PHHE OF 87 PKrt CIT AND ArrniFD INTFIIFST NF1V YOIIK STOCK KXCIIANrF ISAOH WHICH ISTHE J 1
THE APPROXIMATE PAIUTY IF TIlE LONDON ISSUE PIUCKThe IThe
The subscription list will bo opened at 10 A 1 on November 28 1005 and will bo closed on or before December 4 1005The
The undersigned reserve to themselves the right to close subscription list at any time without notice and to reject any subscriptions Iscriptions IBcrptlon
scriptions and allot smaller amount than applied forALL
ALL StUSCIirlTIONS mllCII SIH > LM > BK HADE ON FOHJI WHICH CAN UE OBTAINED FUOJI TiE UNDERSIGNED ARE TO BEAOGOHPANICD IM3C030IANIID
AOGOHPANICD I5Y A UEPOSIT 01 SIS IN NEW YOHK FlNKS PElt COO IIONB SUnSCIUPTIONS WIII ONLY BE DEcEIVED IS DE IIWnSATON
NOJIINATIONS OF JEIOO AND HVITIPIKS TIIEIIEOFIf f II
I no allotment be made the deposit will ho returned in full and if only a portion of tho amount applied for be allottedthe cthe
the balance of the deposit will be appropriated toward the amount duo on December 18 1005 I any further balance remainssuch I
such balance will be returned Failure to pay any instalments at due dates will render all previous payments liable to forfeiture Ifeiture
feiture i JThe
The rate of exchange fixed by the Imperial Japanese Government at which principal and interest of the bonds are payable j j
able in New York is 487 per pound sterling at which rate tho Now York issue price of 87 per cent and accrued interest figuring
uring J5 per pound sterling according to the usages of the New York Stock Exchange is tho approximate equivalent of theLondon I
London issue price of 0 per cent Payment for bonds allotted is to be made in New York funds as followsOn
On application S50 per Llo bondOn
On December 18 1005 2500 per IO bondOn
On March 20 1000 38027 per 410 bondTotal I
Total 43027 per 410 bondTemporary ITemporary I
Temporary certificates to bearer will bo delivered by the undersigned in exchange for allotment letters duly indorsedupon I
upon payment of final instalment A coupon for payment of tho semiannual interest duo on July 1 1008 will be attached tothe
the temporary certificatesPayment
I
Payment in full may be made on December IS 1905 under discount at the rate of four per cent per annumThe IThe
The bonds will be delivered by tho undersigned in exchange for the temporary certificates as soon as practicableSubscriptions
Subscriptions will also be received by tho Old Colony Trust Company MoKBrs Kidder PeabodyvCo Itt
I I
tt Co and Messrs Lew nitfcrlnsoti Co Boston by tho Fidelity Trust Company the Girard TrustCompany tCompany
Company and Messrs Snller Stevenson Philadelphia by tho Illinois Trust and Savings Bank andthe I
the Merchants Loan and TrustCompany Chicago and by Messrs Francis Bro Co and Messrs A t
G Edwards t Sons St Jjouls
1
IWilliam
KUHN LOEB COWilliam
William and Pine StreetsNATIONAL
NATIONAL CITY BANK I
52 Wall StreetNATIONAL
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE IN N Yj
3 i Nassau StreetNEW r
NEW YORK NOVEMBER 27 IMS
I
THE BOSTON NEWS BUREAUWill
Will continue in the Futureas
as in the Past to Tell the TruthAbout
About Copper and CoppersWhy
WhyANACONDA
ANACONDAShould
Should Advance More ThanAMALGAMATED
AMALGAMATEDWill
Will be Treated in Future IssuesNo
No business man or investor should be withoutthe
the Boston News Bureau which for eighteen yearshas
has printed matter invaluable to financial interests thatcan
can be had in no other publication It aims to be acomplete
complete condensed financial daily record for busymen
men of affairsPrice
Price 12 per annum 1 per month payable inadvance
advance
CII W BARRON PublisherExchange
Exchange Place Boston
UIVIDKMW AMI INTHHKSTTHE
TilE DELAWARE A IllIISOX rOMIANVNew
New York November JR IMSquArtfrlf
A quArtfrlf dividend of OVi AMI THHDKQrAHTIiUS
QrAHTIiUS < 1V PElt CKNT in tIme cm iltnllotW
stork of this Company will he paid nl time olllip ofthp
the Comtmnv 31 CorlUndt Strrrt In ibIs rltj onnnd
rdc iIJ Of Ih J
and after I rider Drriintwr IS 1150 lo c711hold
holders of rpoora at cloji of iHisluev tony ilny
Hy order of the nonrd of MnnaerrCHMllKS
CHMllKS A VAIKlil TreasurerrrNTKAI
r IOWA rrNTKAI ItAHWAV ri > MPAXTCoupons
Coupons utile Peeember I IfOi from Ilret Mortgage
gage > Per rent llond of this ConJ nnr will bepaid
paid on and nftrr that date at the omre of theMercantile
Mercantile Trust Company 120 llfoadnay NewYork
York F II DAVIS Treasurer
FINANCIAL
I IlIl91NI4 AMI IVTKIlliSTOffice
I
I FKIirHAL M1MMS Office 1 hMiiTIr of COMPAvr
HrnatlHA > c w York Nov 37 IMC
DMdendu upon the sturk of this fonpanx hnCI
I Inday lircn derlarnl in followsi
oil A ilhlderid of l tl a upon the Preferred stocUil
il > i A illvldiiul of I i > upon the Common stockand
and an extra dlvldind uf 1 1 uiHin llir Com menStlfli
StlfliThe
The luldonds will be pasable on December
IS wo to torkhoUlrrs of record at the close
itm i miss DII llprenilipr I IIOi
Tlif n illvldrnds are declared iiion the Mockactually
actually nutMHiirtlnc at the close of hu lnps1 on
December t vfft and HIP Jlf lnin of 1refcrrii
Mock and liwmnoi of romniin stock almut 10
he ls ued b > the Comrany will not be Included
therc1u F J EILNUH Scctettry
DO NOT SUBSCRIBETO ITO
TO THE NTWIMPERIAL
IMPERIAL JAPANESEGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT 4sfor
for Information addressJ
J THOMAS REINHARDT
Telephone 743S Cod 15 Wall StL
L D WILSON D M FERQPSONL
LBWILSONCO IMembers
Members N V Consolidated Stock Exchante
60 WALL STREET NEW YORKStocks IStocks
Stocks and Dondi bought and bold for cash oron I
on conservative margin Fractional lotsTKIXIHONE ITEIflIIONII
TKIXIHONE 4201 4202 JOHNDmiKXIIS
DmiKXIIS AND INTEHKSTU 1w
w Iconiiirrrs
coniiirrrs IIrIIAI1 I1311112Nfl
U Has Paid NFVriiljrKlvv Per rent In FirV
Veers and Thr r llnnthtTho
The SOd monthly dividend at the rate of Twelvoper Iper
per rent per annum on the common stock of Cot
bclte Herald Compain of Providence Is payaoloDecember
December l isa This wIth extra dividendsmakes Ftnaiues
makes Seventy liv < per cent paid on this Stone
in the leO nc years and tnrte monthsHe
He offer any part nf KIUUu shares of ror
betts Herald stock at 51t a shareAddress
Address all communications and make checkrayabl
rayabl toItAVKPHS 4
ItAVKPHS IVI1ST1IKXT CdKPOnATION
Studley llulldln Irovldcnce II IELKCTIONH 1 klLFCTIONM
ELKCTIONH AM > MEKTINCJSMKW
MKW 10KK Mtllllli CFMKTERrA
A meeting of all ervms Interested In the New
Von Marble Cemetery ulll be held at the officeof
of the iindprolifiird No 02 Vall Street New York
Cits Tuesday iinrnlnc iivcrnbcr iili 10U5 aleleven
eleven oclock tt determine whether Iho Cetnetery
tery shall Im perpetuated by the election qf trustees I
tees and by olilalnlnit subscriptions tn pay debtsand
and tn create an endowment fund the Income nf
1 whirl will be snllclcnt to continue the said Cemei
i ItO or be dlssoled the land sold and tIme bodieslelnterrcd
lelnterrcd In another Cemeteryi
i IMMIT A HoniNsov Iiltorflye
Mtornr for Tnoiteew
I ew York Vovember flth 1HU5PMce
PMce nf abuse meeting ohsnged to Heaver llulld
I tag Ground Ilann Curnrrof lleaverand IearlftKThe
The annual meeting of tIme etockboldus of beSleiruinhIiMm a
1 Metrupolllmt Securities Comt ny n1ll hi held atl
l tlii oitlee uf the Company Nn 32 1lberfV Streetew
Xeuu York Hy on Wednesday Decen er LlthI
I 1117 at 12 oclock noon lor the election of ne
dlrctor and the transaction of such other bustl
l ills is mny tI rates Iv ctinte before the nieellug
I The transfer IMIOICM nf the Company will be closecf iNmimtiir
Nmimtiir 2Iti itcii at n oeloi p M nnd soill
be reopened Drrember lltn IWH nt in nrluck A M
i W SMIK hcvretary
New York NoxcmUT 14 iwtiTUT
TUT ANMAI MITTINC of the Chllrtreira Aid
Society ulll he held at the Crmsc National flanVM
M Cedar street Tucsda November 25 1905 4t I91M
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