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B a n k a n d Q u o t a t i o n SECTION O F T H E Commercial &Financial Chronicl e. ffintfcred a ccor di ng to A c t of Cong r es s i n t he y e a r 1 9 07 by W p l l i a m B. Da n a Oo m p a h t , i n Offle© of L i br a r i a n of Cong r es s , W a s hi ng t o n, D C V O L . 8 5 . N E W Y O R K , O C T O B E R 5 1 9 0 7 . N O 2 2 0 6 . I N D E X T O S T A T E ME NT S OF B A NK S A ND T RUS T C OMP A NIE S A L B A N Y , N. Y .
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  B ank    and  Q uotation SECTION OF THE C ommercial  &F inancial  C hronicle . ffintfcred according to Act of Congress in the year 1907 by  W  plliam  B. D ana  O ompaht ,  in Offle© of Librarian of Congress, Washington, D C VOL. 85.NEW YORK, OCTOBER 5 1907.NO 2206. INDEX  TO STATEMENTS OF BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES ALBANY, N. Y. Satlonal Commercial Bank. ATLANTA, GA.  Atlanta National Bank  _____ Page. 4 AUGUSTA, GA.Georgia Railroad Bank.. .........  11BALTIMORE, MD.Farm. &  Mer.ch. Nat. Bank.. 5Merchants' National Bank  ____  10Safe Deposit & Trust Co ______  5BIRMINGHAM, ALA.First National Bank  ....... ..........  10BOSTON. MASS. *roerican Trust Co _________ National Shawmut Bank...BUFFALO. N. Y. Marine National Bank  _____ BURLINGTON, IOWA. Merchants’National Bank  ____ CHARLESTON. S. C. People’s National Bank, ......... 148CHICAGO, ILL. Commercial Nat. Bk. of Chic.. 13Continental National Bank  ___  12 American Trust & Sav Bank..Inside back cover.First Nat. Bank of Chicago ___  11Fort Dearborn Nat. Bank  ____  14National Bank of the Republic 13Northern Trust Co. Bank  ____ Inside back cover.CINCINNATI. OHIO.Fifth National Bank  __________  13CLEVELAND, OHIO.Central National Bank  .............. 13DALLAS, TEXAS. American Exchange Nat. Bank 11 DENVER, COL.Colorado National Bank  .........  18First .National Bank  ..................  16DETROIT, MICH.Commercial National Bank  ......... 12Peoples rSiate Bank   . .......... ........  12FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Fort Worth National Bank  ___  11GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.Old National Bank  ...................  12HARTFORD, CONN. Aetna National Bank  _________  5HOUSTON, TEXAS. South Texas National Bank..INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Merchants’ National Bank  ____ JERSEY CITY, N. J. First National Bank  __________ MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Page First Nat. Bk. of Minneapolis. 16Northwestern National iiank. 16Security Nat Bank of Minn.. 16MOBILE. ALA.People’s Bank_________________ 10NASHVILLE, TENN. American National Bank   _____  8Fourth National Bank  ________  9NEWARK, N. J. National Newark Banking Co. Union National Bank................NEW YORK, N. Y.Chemical National Bank   _____ Citizens Central Nat. Bank  ___ Coal & Iron National Bank  ___ Farmers’ Loan &  Trust Co ____ Fourth National Bank  ..............Gallatin National Bank  ______ Hanover National Bank  ______ Merchants’National Bank  ____ National Bk. of North America Seaboard National Bank   _____ NORFOLK, VA.Citizens’ Bank  ________________ Norfolk National Bank  ........... PATERSON. N. J. First National Bank  .................. 1112PHILADELPHIA, PA.Central National Bank  ________ Corn Exchange Nat. Bank  ____ Farmers’ & Mech. Nat. Bank. Fourth Street National Bank.Franklin National Bank   ______ Girard National Bank................Girard Trust Company  ________ Market Street National Bank. Philadelphia National Bank. . Union .National Bank................PITTSBURGH, PA.Bank of Pittsburgh, N. B. A..Mellon National Bank  _______ Peoples National Bank. ______ PORTLAND. ORE. Portland Trust Co... .United States National Bank.PROVIDENCE, R. I. Merchants’National Bank  ____ RICHMOND. VA.Bank of Richmond ...................  10ST. JOSEPH, MOTootle-Lemon National Bank. 14 ST. LOUIS, MO.Mechanics-Ainerican Nat.Bank 15Mercantile Trust Co __________  __ 14Mississippi Valley Trust Co ___ __ 15Third National Bank  _________  __ 14ST. PAUL. MINN.4 Merchants’ National Bank  ____ KNOXVILLE, TENN.City National Bank____________(9LOS ANGELES. CAL.First National Bank  __________  17Merchants’Trust Co __________  17LOUISVILLE. KY.The Third National Bank  ____  13MEMPHIS, TENN.Bank of Commerce &  Trust Co.. 916SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.McCornick & Co._______1 ______  15 Walker Brothers ______________  15SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.The First National Bank  .........  17SEATTLE, WASH.Dexter Horton &  Co. _________  >8National Bank of Commerce. 17MILWAUKEE, WIS.First National Bank............ ......   18 TACOMA, WASH.Fidelity Trust Co _____________  17 WILLIAM B DANA COMPANY, Publisher*FINB ST.. COR.VE1 PEARL ST.. NSW   YORK  REVIEW OF SEPTEMBER.  While there was no change in tone and sentiment in the financial markets during September, influences  were rather conflicting. Among the favorable devel opments were the successful floating of New York City’s $40,000,000 bond offering and certain court de cisions indicating that the courts could still be de pended upon to protect the rights of security-holders  wherever threatened. On the other hand, the multi plying evidences 'of trade reaction, and particularly the complete collapse in the copper trade, were influ ences of the opposite nature.The New York City bond sale commanded the most attention. Its success, following the failure of the city to sell 4 per cent bonds in August, appears to have been largely, if not entirely, due to the active part taken in the matter by Mr. J. P. Morgan. It devel oped that the city authorities had consulted Mr. Mor gan and that the offering of $40,000,000 4^% bonds had been made on the recommendation of Mr. Morgan. It also appeared that he had agreed to form a syndi cate to take at least one-half of the bonds, in the event of such an offer, at not less than par and interest. This proceeding obviously insured the success of the under taking in advance, and of course was a powerful stimu lus in inducing bids from other parties. Accordingly, the loan was over-subscribed many times. The offer ing attracted applications from all parts of the country, no less than 886  bids having been received, for an ag gregate of $205,800,980, though this last included one proposal for the whole $40,000,000 from an apparently irresponsible concern, whose check for the 2 % deposit required was not honored when presented. The $35,- 000,000 corporate stock due in 1957 brought an aver age price of 102.063 and the $5,000,000 assessment bonds having only ten years to run (being due in 1917), brought an average of only 100.30. Some disappoint ment seems to have been felt in certain quarters be cause the prices were not higher, but the general opin ion was that, considering all the circumstances of the case, the figures obtained must be regarded as very satisfactory. When it was seen that the offering had been a distinct success, quotations in the market rap idly advanced. The bonds were.admitted to dealings in the unlisted department of the New York Stock Exchange and the 4^s of 1957, starting at 102%  Sept. 12, reached 107%  Sept. 23, with the close Sept. 30 at 107^. Altogether, the whole affair had a bene ficial influence in financial circles.The Court decisions referred to were one in Pennsyl vania and another in Chicago. At Philadelphia on  22 MONTHLY REVIEW  [V  ol . lxxxy  Sept. 10 (the same day as the sale of the New York City bonds) the Common Pleas Court No. 4 held that the Pennsylvania 2-cent rate law passed by the Penn sylvania Legislature last April, which was to have gone into effect on Oct. 1 , was unjust, unreasonable and confiscatory,and therefore unconstitutional. A little later there was a similar decision in the Perry County Court of the same State. The decision in Chicago was in the case of the Chicago traction roads and was rendered by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Justice Brewer delivering the opinion. This decision was to the effect that underlying security holders could not be forced, even by a court, to accept terms of reorganization which were not to their liking, though the arrangement might seem to be wise and beneficial, and offered terms that might be as good as any the holders could obtain. The decision has the effect of delaying the reorganization of these trac tion properties, but is nevertheless viewed with much satisfaction as showing that the courts are still a bul  wark in protection of property rights.The collapse in the copper trade created much un easiness. Early in the month the United Metals Selling Co., which in July had marked the price of copper down 3 cents a pound to 22 cents for electro lytic copper and 23 cents for the Lake brands, made a further decisive cut, reducing the price for the electro lytic brands to 18 cents. This was followed on the 14th by another reduction, to 16^2 cents, and sub sequently there came other cuts, bringing the price down to 153^ cents. But all this had no effect in stimulating a demand for copper, and the producing companies were unable to dispose of any considerable amounts of the metal. Large accumulations of cop per were reported, with no buying orders of any con sequence. Several of the copper companies reduced their dividends and very general curtailment of pro duction was begun—the Amalgamated Copper Co., it was estimated, restricting its output about 60%.  Altogether the outlook in the copper trade got very gloomy. Unfortunately, too, indications of a set back in the iron and steel trades also became more pronounced, which fact was reflected in a decline in the value of the Steel shares on the Stock Exchange.No serious apprehensions regarding monetary affairs appear to have been entertained during the month. However, money was by no means easy. One of the influences which tended to advance call loan rates early in the month was the demand incident to the subscriptions for the 40 million dollars New York City bond sale; also the payment of the balance of 50% due on the 75 million dollar convertible bond issue of the Union Pacific Railroad. This last called for a payment of about 37 million dollars. The Kuhn, Loeb & Co. syndicate were called upon to take 973^% of the whole amount of the issue, only 2 *^%, or $ 1 ,- 875,000, having been disposed of. The money paid to the syndicate was, however, promptly released. Redemptions through the local agency of the Yoko hama Specie Bank of Japanese 6 s of 1904 also added to available supplies in the market. Call loan rates fell off about the middle of the month, but the latter part stiffened again on a demand in connection with the 1st of October payments and settlements. RATES FOR MONEY IN NEW YORK WEEKLY. Call Loans  — Sept.  6. Sept.  13. Sept.  20. Sept.  27.Stock Exchange—Range for week.................-234-4 2-634 2-5 1-6Average for week   _________________________   3 5 4 4At banks and trust companies ..... ............... ...... 234min. 234mln. 2J4niln. 2Hmln. Time Loans  — Thirty days ........................................................ ..5 5Sixty days ............ ................................................... 534 534 534 534Ninety days............................................................. 5)4-6  5)4 554 554-6Four months____________________   _______   _   6 6 6.6Five months.............................................. .............  6 6 6 6Slxmonths  ____________   ______  ____  _____  6 6 6 6Seven months ..__________________________ 6 Commercial Paper  —ãDouble Names—Choice 60 to 90 days ............ 634-7 6)4-7 6)47 7Single Names—Prime 4 to 6 months ............ 6J4-7 6 34 -7 6J4-7 7Good 4 to 6 months  ______   7-734 7-734 7 7 + Foreign exchange rates sharply declined, the ten dency being downward nearly the whole month. The influences operating to bring about the break in the market and which suggested the possibility of gold imports were the firmness of money here with theeasing of discount rates abroad, together with liberal offerings of commodity bills, especially against cotton. Loan drafts were also in evidence, the drawers expect ing to cover them at the end of the year with the pro ceeds of commodity exchange. Besides this, there  were security bills, representing purchases of stocks and bonds for European account and likewise some speculative selling of exchange based upon the proba bility that part of the new issue of New York City bonds would be placed abroad by some of the success ful bidders for the same. It is claimed that a consider able amount of these New York City 4)^s have been disposed of to foreign investors. There was only a fractional upward reaction in exchange rates at the close. ACTUAL RATES—BANKERS’AND COMMERCIAL BILLS.Sept. 1.-------------------- Bankers’Bills- 60 -Day. Sight.  ___   S. S. CableTransfers S.  ——CommerciOn Banks. S. al Buis ------- Documents   for Payment.   S.2.3.  ___  4 8220-4 82254 8615-8620HOLIDAY   4 8670-86804 82 -82344 8154-4 82544....4 8230-4 82354 8610-86154 8670-80754 82H-82H 4 8154-4 82545.  ___  4 8250-4 82754 8620-80254 8680-80854 8225-82354 81*4-4 82546.  ___  4 8250-4 82754 8620-80254 8680-86854 8220-8230 4  8134-4 825i7.  ___  4 8225-4 82504 8615-86204 8675-86804 8220-82304 813^-4 82%   S.sS.S.S.9.  ___  4 8235-4 82404 8610-86154 8670-86754 8234-82344 81 -4 8210....4 8215-4 82304 8580-854 8635-80404 S1H-S1H 4 81^-4 823411.  ___  4 82 -4 82054 8560-85654 8625-80304 8134*81 544 8134-4 82 M 12.  ___  4 8190-4 824 8540-85504 8610-86204 8155-81654 81 -4 8213.  ___  4 8190-4 824 8540-85504 8610-86204 8155-81654 81 -4 8214.  ___  4 8175-4 81804 8535-85454 86 -86054 8U4-824 8024-4 813415.  ___   S.S.S.S.S.16....4 8185-4 81904 8540-85454 8595-864 8154-81%4 8054-4 81 H 17....4 8170-4 81754 8540-85454 86 -86054 8134-8154 4  80%-4 81%18.  ___  4 8180-4 81854 8540-85454 8595-864 8134-81544 81 -4 815419  ___  4 8190-4 824 8550-85554 86 -86104 8150-81604 81 -4 8220.  ___  4 8225-4 82354 8560-85704 8615-86254 8180-81904 81)4-4 823421.  ___  4 8250-4 8275  ___   S....4 8235-4 82404 8570-85754 8625-86354 81^-824 8134-4 82>4   S.4 81^-4 8234 23'. 4 8590-864 8645-86504 82 -82 3424.  ___  4 8250-4 82554 8595-864 8650-86554 82)4-82144 8154-4 823425....4 8215-4 82204 8560-85654 8640-86454 8154-81%4 81J4-4 823426.  ___  4 82 -4 82104 8545-85504 8615-86204 8100-81704 81 -4 8227.  ___  4 82 -4 82104 8535-85454 8610-86204 8150-81604 81 -4 8228.  ___  4 8185-4 81904 8525-85304 8615-86204 8150-81604 81 -4 8229.S.S. a S.S.30.....4 8175-4 81804 8540-85604 8610-86254 8154-82 4 8134-4 82}4POSTED RATES—BANKERS’ STERLING BILLS. Sept. 60 Days.Demand.Sept. 60 Days.Demand. ! Sept. 60 Days.Demand. 1 ... Sunday ã 14 ...4823^-83 4  8634-8727 ...834 8634-872 ...Holidav15 ...Sunday28 ... 4 834 8634-873 ...83-83344 87-873416 ...48234-834 8634-8729 ...Sunday4 ... 4 83-83 H 4 87-873417 ... I 8234-834 8634-8730 ... 4 834 8634-875 ...483-83344 87-87)4i18 ...482)4-834 8634-876 ...483-83344 87-87)419 ...48234-834 8634-87Open 4 83-83344 87-87347 ...483-83344 87-8734120 ...48234-834 8634-87IHigh483344 87348 ...Sunday21 ...48234-834 86>4-87iLow482344 86)49 ...483-83344 87-87)4:22 ...SundayLast4834 8634-8710 ...483-83J44 87-873423 i ..482%-834 86)4-8711 ...48234-834 86)4*87 j24 ...4834 8712 ...48234-834 8634-8725 ...4834 8634-8713 ...48234-834 863^-8726 ...4834 8634-87 The stock market showed an improving tendency the early part of the month. The extra dividend dis tribution by the Chicago Burlington & Quincy served to impart strength to all the share properties directly benefited, more particularly the Great Northern, the Northern Pacific and the Union Pacific—the latter as a holder of stocks in the other two companies. The success of the New York City bond sale, likewise, had an assuring effect, and the favorable court deci sions above referred to acted in the same way. But the utter collapse in the copper trade, later caused renewed weakness under which a large and general decline in prices ensued. The knowledge that Presi dent Roosevelt would attend the unveiling of the McKinley monument at Canton, O., passing thence to Keokuk, la., and proceed on a trip down the Mississippi River, making several speeches en route, likewise operated to engender a feeling of disquietude (bearing in mind past experiences) and played its part in keeping the market weak. VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE. Month oj September  — 1907.   Stock sales— No. of shares.. 12,223,541Par value  _____$1,088,393,825Bond sales (par value)—ãRR.&misc.bds. $25,033,300   Gov’ment bds. 32,000State bonds  __   11,715,6001906.26,018,270$2,159,177,650$41,260,000105,0002,901,0001905.16,012,044 18,767.264   $1,488,401,350 $1,712,943,600$49,103,30029,00020.180,700$108,375,50057.0005,966,240$44,266,000 $69,313,000 $114,398,740Total b’d sales. $36,780,900   Jan.  1 to Sept.  30— No. of shares.. 156,791,047 222,546,698 187,054,403 94,663,729Par value_____$13,533,988,625 $19,612,978,250 $17,336,619,825 $8,666,801,075Bond sales (par value)— RR.&mlse.bds. $282,931,200 $472,245,300 $644,508,600 $544,028,900Gov’ment bds. 540,300 1,515,000 424,400 574,680State bonds... 44,900,200 56,073,050 155,458.150 10,957,840$555,561,420Total b’d sales. $328,371,700 $529,833,350 $800,391,150   SALES OF GRAIN ON THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE.1907. 1906. 1905. 1904- Bushels. Bushels. Bushels. Bushels. Month of September................. 60,351,500 37,387,850 39,570,100 72,639,150Jan. 1 to Sept. 30 .....................  487,483,450 342,542,300 371.082,175 493.385,700  N ew  Y ork   S tock   E xchange 23 MONTHLY AND YEARLY RECORD. ã The following tables furnish a complete record of the New York Stock Exchange transactions for the past month and the  year 1906 . They need no extended introduction, as they are self-explanatory. The tables embrace every security (excepting only State bonds) dealt in on the Exchange. We give bonds first, using the classification adopted in the official list. As to prices the torm is our own, and we think it will be found to contain just the facts desired by our readers and to present them in the most convenient way for study and reference. All quotations in the column headed “Price   about January   2   1907 ” were made on that date, except those in italics, which are the nearest in January 1907 . The black-faced letters in the column headed “Interest Period”   indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature.  IdftFor foot notes to tables see last page of Bonds and last page of stocks. BONDS—PRICES AND SALES FOR SEPTEMBER AND FOR THE YEAR TO DATE. BONDS. N Y STOCK EXCHANQE Int.Peri- ol. I) S. Gov. & City SecuritiesUS 2s. cons, reg ____  April 1930US2s,cons, coupon.April 1930 U 8 8s, reg 10-20S.. .Aug. 1918 U S 3s, coup 10-20s._Aug. 1918U 8 3s, coup, small ___  Aug. 1918U 8 4s. registered _________ 1925U 8 4s, coupon ___________ 1925Pan Can 10-30 yr 2s-Aug 1936 ^WUpoin* Isl’ds I'ri pur4s.'14-34 N Y City—Temporary recpts—for4*%Corp Stock  ___ 1957for 4*% assess’t bonds ..'17Foreign Gov’t Securities. Frankfort-on-Maln 3*8, Ser 1Japanese Governm’t 6s, £.19112d series 6s, £ ________ 1911Sterling loan 4*s  ______ 19252d series 4*s _________ 1925Sterling loan 4s................1931Rep. of Cuba 58,ext debt..1904 U 8 of Mexico External gold loan of 1899, sink fund 5s. 4a gold debt of 1904 ____ 1954Railroad Bonds.  A  labama Cent. See  South.Ry. labama Mid. See  Atl.CoastL  Albany & Susq. See  Del.AHud.  Allegheny -Valley. See  Pa. RIt.  Allegh. AWest. See  Buff.R.AP  Am DockAImp. See Cent of NJ  Ann Arbor 1st g 4s ..July 1995  Atch Top A 8 F—Gen g, 4s 1995Registered ___________ 1995 Adjustment g, 4s ..July 1995Registered ______ July 1995Stamped ________July 199660-year convert, gold 4s.195510-year conv g 5s ---- 1917Debenture 4s, Series F..1908Series Q ........................ 1909Series H ........................ 1910Series I ______________ 1911Series K  ....................... 1913iiast Okla Div, 1st g, 4s_1928Chic & St Louis 1st 6s ___ 1915 Atlan Knoxv A No. See  LAN.  Atl.Coast L 1st g 4s ..July 1952Registered ______ July 1952 Ala Mid, 1st, gu, g, 5s...1928 Bruns & W, 1st gu, g, 4s.1938 Chari A Sav, 1st g, 7s ..1936 LAN coll at g, 4s, -Oct 1952 Sav FI & W, 1st g, 68 ...19341st g, 5s ........................ 1934Sil Sp O A G, gu, g 4s-.1918  Atlan A Danv. See  South’n Ry  Atlan A Yadk. See South’n Ry  Austin A N W. See  So Pacific I.alt & O—Prior lien,g,3*.’25Registered _______________ Gold. 4s . ................ July 1948Registered ........... .. .............. Pitts June, 1st g, 6s --- 1922Pitts June A MDl8tg,3*s,’25 PLE A WVaSys,ref,g,4s 1941S W Div. 1st g, 3*s ____ 1925C O Reore 1st con, g, 4 *s’30 OlevLorAW con,1st g 5sl933 Mon R. 1st eu g, 5s . .1919 Ohio Riv RR—1st, g, 5s 1936Gen, g, 5s _____________ 1937Pitts Clev A Tol.lst g,6s.1922 Pittsb A West 1st g, 4s.-1917 8tat Isl Ry,lst,gu,g,4*sl943 BattleCreek A Stur. SeeMich C Beech Creek. See NY C A Hud Bellev A Carond. See 111Cent B’klyn A Montauk. See L Isl’d Bruns A West. See Atl Coast L Buffalo N Y A Erie. See ErieBuff 11 A P, gen, g, 5s ......... 1937 Allegh A West 1st g, gu 4s_’98 Cl A Mah, 1st, gu, g, 58.1943 Roch A Pittsb 1st g, 6s..1921Consol, 1st g, 6s ........... 1922Buff A Southwestern. See Erie Buff A Sua—1st, ref, g,4s,Ap’51 Burl C R A No. SeeCItl A Par C an So, 1st 5s .................... 1908an So. 2d 5s .................... 1913Registered ................... 1913Garb A Shawn. See 111Central Carolina Cent. See 8eab Air L Carthage A Ad. See N Y C A HSales in Price aboui   Sept Jan.  2 Par value  1907. PRICES IN SEPTEMBER. 8,000 Bid. Ask   104* 105 104 H 105 102* 103H 10254 103 k 102* . ..15.000 130 13111.000 130* 131 ...........   104 105 ....... 109* ....... Sept.  3. Rid A sic 104* 105 Vi 105 * 106* .02 103 102 Sale 101* .. .. 126* 127* 126 >2127* 104 * 105* 109* ......... Sept. SO. N 8,837,000 . N 697,0U0|. B 8 M- S  A - O  A - O F - A J - J J - J M - SQ - J J - DQ - J  A - O  A - O Nov Nor M - N  j - r> J - D F - A F - A F - A F - A F - A M - 8 n - s M- S M - S M - N J J J - J M-N  A - O  A - O J - JJ - J Q - J  A - O Q- J J - J M- N M - N - - J M - S  A - O P - A J -D  A - O  A - O J - J J -DM- S  A - O J - J F - A J - DJ - J M - S M- 8 ........... ... 93*  _____ ;88 ---- 141.000 97* Sale 9n* Sale69.000 97 Sale 99* Sale 667,000; 92 Sale 87* Sale415.000 91* Sale 81* Sale200.000 84 Sale 79 8082.000 102* 100* Sale19.000 |64.00097* Bale 93* 9491*999212,000237,0001,0007l‘000724.000836.00049,00011,000 100 101 92'92*105'99*97*97*969495* 1UH 98 Sale93 84* ........ Sale 96 SaleSale” '87* II . Sale 86 Sale Sale 92 Sale _____ i10J* Sale24,000 110 93*89* Sale129 ____ 114 ____ 94*  --- 92* Sale 88 * 87* Sale92*80*90 Sale124.000 102 Sale 7,000; ......... 101*S9*96* Sale 95 96*158,00023,000224,00019,000 89H94  Hi .- 8990* Sale _____  86*100 ^ ......... i98112* ......... 109*105*...................... ......... 112   ______ 107* 111*1 ......... 110    ......... 90 ......... 118* ........... 100* ............. 110   ......... ,i______121 ......... 114* 120 *  ............... 94 92* .........   100  100* Sale104^ 105* 97*  --- 103* 104 * 97*  ---  Ask  106*106*103*Sale Bid 105*106 102 * 103*4 101 * 125125105109*107* Sale 102* Sale126126*106 88 88* Sale 88* Sale 80 Sale 100* 101*97*91*9992*85*  --- 98* Sale96 --- 87* --- 84*  --- 93 Sale 101* Sale88* Sale10590121105 88 79*89 9098* Sale .........  9786* .... 86 * 88 98 ____ 109* ____ 110 105114* .........  92*100* Sale 100*  __ 100 __ Lowest.Sale Prices. 102 Sept. 3125* Sept. 26 125* Sept. ly  Highest.Sale Prices. 103* Sept. 30j - RANGE SINCE JAN.  1. LowestSale Prices.  104* April 23 104  y.  May 8 102* May 2 102 Sept. 312ft* Sept. 24 125* Sept. 26 125* Sept. 20 125* Sept. 19102* Sept. 12 107* Sept. 23 102* Sept. 12 101 Sept. 17 103 Sept. 23 101 Sept. 1799* Sept. 699* Sept. 386* Sept. 786 Sept. 579 Sept. 6100* Sept. 697 Sept. 19 91* Sept. 1384* Sept. 96 Sept.87* Sept. 1984* Sept. 91Sept. 100* Sept.87 Sept. 1679 Sept. 2790 Sept. 1896* Sept. 3 94 Sept. 1287 Sept. 20 85* Sept. 12100Sept. 12Sept. 599* Sept. 9 99* Sept. 5 89 * Sept. 28 88* Sept. 21 SO* Sept. 23 101 Sept. 27Sept. 19 Sept. 2185* Sept. 98* Sept. 'Zl\ 87* Sept.'1996* Jan. 2 96* Jan. 2 86 Aug. 17 84* Aug. 12 75* Aug. 12 98* Mch. 2796* Jan. 4 91* Aug. 2888 Sept. 93* Sept. 102 Sept.88* Sept. 27r9* Sept. 2091 Sept. 499 Sept. 28 95 Sept. 1089* Sept. 7 86* Sept. 2tj81* June895Aug.2896^May 15 Hti June178»1 April3084* Aug.1288* Aug.19 c/»  7 Aug.1399Feb.2098 »/May 2996Feb.1891 April 387 Sept. 1679 Sept. 27101 Sept. 30 100* Sept. 2794 July 1689 Aug. 28 89 * June 27 96 Aug. 27 94 Sept. 1286 June 1987 Sept. 20 85* Aug. 29 Highe t. Sale Prices.  105* Aug. 16 106* Men. 12 102* July 15 104 April 3130* Mch. 28 130* April 18107* Sept. 23 103 Sept. 23100* April 4 100* April 4 94* Jan. 25 92* Jan. 19 85* Jan. 25 103* Feb. 19Jan 22  April 2991102 * 101 * 92* 86 92*108*10210198*96Feb. 15 Jan. 21 Jan. 17 Jan. 12  April 30 Jan. 8 Jan. 7 Sept. 23 July 16 May 29 Feb. 1893 May 2198* Jan. 3089* Jan. 1894 July 1693* April 26 92* May 8 102* Jan. 19 101* Jan. 490 Jan. 17 96 Jan. 29 90* Feb. 18109* June 29 113* Jan. 25 105* Feb. 8 105* Feb. 894 Mch. 1511210294 Mch. 15 April 2 118* Jan. 28 Jan. 14,103* Feb. 6 118 June 19 123* Feb. 21 89* April 16 96* Feb. 899* Aug. 13 102* June 2899 Sept. 5il05* Jan. 23 99* July 5 100* May 22  24BONDS-STOCK EXCHANGE RECORD [V  ol . lxxxv  . BONDS.N Y STOCK EXCHANGE. Int. Sales in   Peri- Sept.   od. Par valuePrice about   Jan.   2 . 1907. PRICES IN SEPTEMBER.RANGE SINCE JAN.  1. Sept.  3. Sept.  30. Lowest.Highest .Lowest.Highest. Ced R la F A N. See  BCR4N Central Branch Ry. See  Mo Pac Cent Branch U P. See  Mo Pac C-utrai Utno. See  Balt <scOiiio Ceat of Ga—  1 st. g, 5s,Nov .1945 Registered .  __ Nov 1945F -  A F - A .\1  - NM- NOct3 Bid. Ask.   118 ___ Bid. Ask.Bid. Ask Sale Prices.Sale Prices.Sale Priccs.   116 Mch. 20 Sale Prices.   116 Mch. 203 9^ 0001094 110 %IIIII 90 Consol, gold, 5s ________ 1945Registered __________ 1945 102   10 2 % mu sifolji Sale1014 Sept. 18102 >4  Sept. 41014^Sept. 18111 Jan. 18 1 st, pref, inc, g, 5s, Nov 1945 Stamped ___________________  8085 April 5 85 April 9 70 May 2i 664 Aug. 1 50 July 25 45 Aug. 2490 Jan. 14 90 Jan. 25 76 April 5 74% April 465 Jan. 2 66  Jan. 2 ___  852d, pref, inc, g, 5s, Nov 1945 Stamped. ____________ .Oct.. 774 77 79 65 Sale t '6  Sale 91 .......... 64 _____  65 _________  ..3d, pref, inc, g, 5s, Nov 1945 Stamped. ...  ___   ___ Oct. .... .........  50 .........  454 ________ Chat.Div .pur.in’ny.g,4s, 1951 MacANorDiv.lst, g, 5s, 1946Mid Ga & At! Div 5s____1947Mobile Div, 1 st, g, 5s __ 194<>Cen RRA B of Ga—Col g5s 1937 Central of N J —Gen g, 5s,. 1987 Registered ______  July 1987 Aiu Dock & ImpCo gu 5s 1921 Leh & 11 It gen gu, g, 5s_1920  Jjtsh A Wilkesb Coal 5S..1912 Con,ext ,gu.44s. June 1910 N Y & L Br, gen, g, 4s.. 1941 Ce it Pacific. See So Pac Co. Cent Ver 1st. gu. z.  4s. Mav 1920 J - D  J - J  J - J  J - Jn - n .! - J Q - J  J - J  J - J M- NQ - MM- SO - F107107 4  ____  106 ____ _______ 109 ____ 106 4  - IZO'A   j lS6y2 124 1 26 ...... iisyg  105 ____ 100 106” ¥ .000 5,000 6,000 1194 Sept.* 27 119 Sept. 13 ______ _______ 98 Aug. 23 119 4 Sept. 26 117% Sept. 25 106% July 12108 Jan. 16 1264 Jan. 18 1254 Feb. 14 111 Feb. 13119 121 %_____1204107 4 ------- ' 98 % mu97 4 Sale119117% _____ il94 Sept. 26 117% Sept. 25105 4 -- 10 0 4 _____  .. ..99 _____ 97% Sept. 398 Sept. 30 88 % Aug. 26 974 Sept. 3 ... _________ 1004 Jan. 18 101 Feb. 2699% 100 98 Sale85 April 15100 April 3 104 May 21 10U Aug. 2189% Feb. 14105 Feb. 21 107 Feb. 13 116 Jan. 4Ches <ft Savau. See  Atl C’st ChesAO—Gold 6 s.Ser A..1908SA - O*  Y.666 24,00052,600102% 105105 % ____ ___ 116%.III. for.v  410 14  - ---  102   4 Gold 6 s _________  Jan 19111st cons, g, 5s .............. ..1939R-egistered __________ 1939 A - O M - NM- N ;Yl - S  VI - s  J - J  J - J .»- J M- S M - N  A - O  A - 0  J - J 1 - J F - A I - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  A - 0  A - O >1 - N M- N M- SM- Nn - s J - J J - D  A - O M - N M- N J - J J - J  J - J  J - J.1 - J  J - J Q - J .) - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J  J - J J - j 1041094 100   h 1054 Sale llOH Sale 99% ICO410'>4 Sept. 30 1  1 0 Sept. 5106 Sept. 30 111 Sept. 26Gen. gold, 44s ________ 1992974 Sept. lti1004 Sept. 23974 Sept. 16105% Jan. 28Registered _ ____ ____ 1992. 106   102  sCraig Valley, 1 st, g, 5s..1940 RAA Div, 1st con g, 4S..1989 2d con g, 4s _________ 1980’ 2 , 6 o 6 9 94  Bale95 .........   9 44 _____  95944 Sept. 1295 Sept. 2694 4 Sept. 12 90 June 2S1004 Jan. 10 994 Feb. 15 Warm Spr Val, 1st g, 5s.1941 Qreenhr'rRy ,1st gu,g,4s,1940 Chic A Alt lilt—Ref g 3s..1949 Registered.. _____   __ 1949107 93   4 _____ - - 79 _____ 100 7080 Jan. 2170475% May 15■y.ooo Haitway.  1st lien, g, 34s 1950 Registered . _.195075%_____63 ......... 63 Sept. 2563 Sept. 2563 Sept. 2576% Jan. 14 10 0 4  Sale 91 % Sale 93 % 101 J* Sale95 98 874974 Sale' 97 m_.87 89Chic Bur & Q—Denv D 4s. 1922Illinois Division, 34s __ 1949Registered ____ __ ____ 1949  5',000 08,00088 Sept. 2888 Sept.2897 % Aug. 14 87% Aug. 151004 Jan. 2 924 Jan. 26Gold 4s ________  _____ 1949Registered ______  .99 Sale97  X   Sept. 1299 Sept. 2797 4 Sept. 12103 May 2Iowa Div sink fd, 5s __ 1919Sinking fund 4s _____1919 104  ____101 ____ 1014 ....105 4 ......... 100 4101 ......... 100105 4106 May 29 98% May 19 100 June 11106 May 29 104 April 9 102 Jan. 28100%Nebraska Ex ten, 4s ___ 1927Registered ______ ____ 192798 10OSouthwestern Div 4s ___ 19214s, joint bonds. Set  Gt. Nor. Debenture 5s ..................... 19132,000102 4  Sale 108% ____  931014 IS1H  .. 1164 117499 100 102 104% . u2   1014 103 123 12799 Sept. 2669% Sept. 23^99 Sept. 26 1054 July 1 92 April 27 100 Jan. 17104 April 18 109 Jan. 15 92 April 27 103 Mav 28Han A stJo, con, 6s ___ 1911ChcAE 111—Ref Aimp.g,4sl955 ist. s f cur Os ___   _____ 1907  5^660 4.0005.000 92 101102 Sept. 25 102 Sept. 20 12514 SeDt. 12 126 SeDt. I1.'1st cons, g, 6s _________ 1934Gen cons. 1st, 5s _______ 1937Registered __________ 1937125 ... .125 4 Sept. 12   12 8 4  July 19 10»4 Aug. 29 1174 Jan. 16108% .......... 109% Sept. 5109% Sept. ftChic A IndCoalRy ,1st ,5s. 1936 Cnicago A Erie. See  Erie.Caic IndALou—Ref,g,6s.. 1947Refunding, gold, 5s ___ 1947Lou N A & Chic, 1st, 6s. 1910 Chic Milw A St Paul—Terminal, gold, 5s ............ 1914Gen, g, 4s, ser A..May 1989 Registered _____ May 19891114  ____ 105 _____ ______   ______ 1134 Feb. 1 1134 Feb. 1'l'.OOO2,u007.0006.000126 Sale 111% Sale ____ 1074104^ 109 105108 90 98 y  124 .. .. 109 102 % Sale. .. 100% Sale120 1241034 100 _____ (109 Sept. 26 109 Sept. 26 102 Sept. 26 102% Sept. 31024 Sept. 5 1034 Sept. 24 100 Sept. 17 101% Sept. 9 ___ _______ !121 Aug. 19 107 April 4 102 July 101C2 Aug. 29 100 Sept. 171264 May 6 111% Jan. 2 105 May 251064 Feb. 6 107 Jan. 26*924 Mch:'*999Gen. g, 34s, ser 13, May 1989Registered _____May 1989Ch A L Sup, Div. g, 5s..1921Oh & Mo Riv Div, os ___ 1926Chic & Pac Div. 6s. ...191088% July 8 ............ 1084 ____ 110 4____102 ____ 110 111 104 4105104 ' mu1064..... ......109 Aug. 15 104 Aug. 5 106 Sept. 16 106 June 20113 4 Feb. 21 105% May 10 112 May 6 lu6% Feb. 28*4 , 066 Ch A P VV, 1st, g, 5s ____ 1921Dak & Gt So, g, 5s _____ 19161084 109106 Sept. 16107 Sept. 7Fargo A So, assu, g, 6s..1924 1st Hast A D Div. 7s.-.1010 1st 5s ......................... ..1910106 H  ____ 094 ------ 103 % 103H  ___ 1054 July 11 1004 July 1 1109 June 5 1004 July 119S410141st 1 A D Exten, 7s _____ 1908ist La Crosse A D. 5s __ 1919Mineral Point Div, 5s __ 19101st So Minn Div 6s ...1910ist Southwest Div. __ 1909 Wls A Minn Div, uns ..1921Mil it No, 1st. M L 6* __ 19101st, consol, 6s.. .. 1913  Jhlj A North W coIlf 7s _i«15extension 4s ........... 1886-1926Registered ......... 1886-1926General, g, 3 4s ___  .1987Registered .........Nov 1987Sinking fund 6s __ 1879-1929Registered_____ )  879-1929.1 - J  J - J  J - J  J - J J  - J 1 - D j - r>F - A M- NQ - F  A - 0  A - 0  A - O  A - O M- NM- N A - O  A - O M - N M- N M- S - S \I - NU - N F - A n - s J - J M- N .1 - J .) - J  J - J .1 - J  A - O M- N M - N M - N M- N M - N M - N M - NM- NM - S A - O  A O107 ____ 100 ... 1044 108101103106 4 July 30 1 01 4 Sept. 25102 Aug. 21 102 4 Aug. 2 10!1 Aug. 26 1064107 June ?.   118% May 28 9 H% Sept. ^3 97 Sept. 17 92 4 May 31 1084 June 1103 Mch. 18 105% May 29104 Jan. 14 1)0% Feb. 27 106% Feb. 14 1114 Feb. 28 121 Feb. 4 102 Jan. 8 104 Feb. 898 Jan. 1« 95 F^b. 21 107 June 18 if’fi% June 4 107 June 611,000 15,000984 ------- ......... 1031014..........103% Sale1014 Sept. 25 103% Sept. 301014 Sept. 26: 104 Sept. 2<i:107 4 ......... /0-44101%105101%..........rie * mi: .....— 9 14 ‘98% Sept. 23 97 Sept. .7100 Sept. 17 97 Sept. 17 109 120% 122H101% ----- 99 .... ..........  984-. 964 111  ____* mi:1174 12'» ____ 100 II.II '92*'”8~,o66 5,000 107106 June 12 106% June 4 105 4 Aug. 2SSinking fund 5s __ )879-19291064 -”  2 ' 600 l’ooo ’ 3 ,000 99 102107 ’ Sale1134 1135^ 114  1 0 1  4  ------ 101 ____ 102 ____ 1 2 1 4 ......... _____________ Debenture 5s.....................1909  100  :oo%  100   1064 100 Sept. 12100 4 Sept. 13100 Sept. 12 98 May 31 104 Sept. 4 103 June 14 1104 Sept. 26102% April 24 IOI Mch. 15107 Jun. 2 103 June 14 114% Feb. 8Debenture 5s .................... 1921Registered 1921104 _____ 104 Sept. 4104 Sept. 4Sinking fund deb 5s ___ 1933 .......... 110 4 . ... 10997 4110 ___ 1104 Sept. 261104 Sept. 26North’n Illinois, 1st. 5s_!9iu OitC F it St Paul, 1st ,5s. 1909  Winona A St Pet, 2d 7s. 1907 Ml LSAWest, Ist, g, 6s,1921 Ext A imp, s f. g, as..1929  Ashland div, 1st, g, 6s,1 925 Michigan div, 1st,g,6s. 192498 %100 H  Mch. 29 1004 May ) 1184 Sept. 12 113 April 26102% Feb. 7 101 % May 6 123% April 30 113% May 31 I1666 10214 1184  ___ 117% .........  118 4  Sept. 121184 Sept. 12 1254   ------ 1 239« ____ 1154 ____ 1134 100 Salemu ’  0 2 '98 4 ......... too II _________ 1174  June* 17 1164  Mch. 7 1004  Jan. 12 99 % Feb. 27 91 % Jan. 4Caic II 1 A Pacific, 6s 1917 ......... 114%irr 1 1 4 4 96 Sale 88 Sale 114  Mch. 26 1164  Mch. 7 94  Aug. 26 92  Sept. 12 854  Sept. 14 Retcistered ...........   1917 3>.'66o 5,000327,00095  Sept. ii 92  Sept. 12 854  Sept. 14*964  Sept. 26 92  Sept. 12 884  Sept. 23 General, gold. 4 s .............. 1988Registered .................... 1988 Kefutldiug, gold. 4 s ... 1934 Odlat trust Series G  __ i 00995  Sale 87   4  SaleSeries M .......................   1915904  Jan. 17 90 % Feb. 8 84  May 13 64 % Sept. 11904  Jan. 18 90 % Feb. 8 90  Mch. 22 77  Jan. 4* 91 % Feb ‘.'21119  Aug. 29 Series O ......................... 1917 88Series P ..................... 1918 3261666884 85694  Sale*64 4 Sept. if  694  Sept. 24 Chic R I A Pac RR. 4 s 200276  Sale 654  SaleCollateral trust gold 5 sl 913 Burl C R A No.—Con 1 st A col ir, g, 5s. 1934 83,0003,00090  8ale 115 %  ____ ■-854 116   11783  Sale 109   .......... 81 4 Sept. 18 108,4 Sept. 13 83 % Sept. 23 116  Sept. 81 % Sept. 18 1084   Sept. 13 -------- ..............
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