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TH E

M UTUAL

I n s u r a n c e

Co . o f

LIFE

N e w

Y o r k ,

R IC H A R D A. M cCURDY, President,,

Is the Largest Insurance Company in the World.

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Income

Statem

on d en sed

ent

for

190 1.

$65,624,305 51

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Disbursements

-

-

Assets December 3 1 ,1 9 0 1

42,452,606 50
352,838,971 67

Reserve Liabilities

-

289,652,388 84

Contingent Guaranty Fund

60,706,582 83

Dividends Apportioned for the Year

2,480,000 00
1.243,503,101 11

Insurance and Annuities in force

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ROBERT A GRANNI88, Vice-President
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Walter R. G illette ,
Isaac F. L lotd ,
F rederic C romwell,
E mory McOliittock,
W illiam J. E astom,

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Central Manager.

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Treasurer.

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Actuary.
Secretary

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ORIGINAL CHARTER 18X9 ’

C hemical N ational B ank .

THE
GALLATIN
NATIONAL BANK

Statement at close of business April 30 , 1902 .
A88ETS.
Loans and discounts............................................. $20,952,088 30
United States bonds.............................., .............
50,000 00
Other bonds and stocks.......................................
3,482,13548
Banking-house and real estate.............................
276,241 60
Due from banks......................................................
2,493,74633
2,427,197 16
Exchanges for Clearing house, etc.......... ...........
Due from Treasurer U. S.......................................
33,000 00
Cash on hand, viz.—
Specie............................................$4,288,397 71
Legal tender notes...................... 2,214,59000
---------- — ----- 6,502,987 71

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902 .
RESO U RC ES .
Loans and discounts............................................. $7, 233,335 39
1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 00
U. S. Bonds..........................................................
1,068,812 50
Other stocks and bonds.........................................
500,000 00
Banking house........................................................
Due from banks......................................................
253,813 03
Exchanges for Clearing House $9,084,338 08
Cash.........................................
2,257,420 43 11,341.758 5*
$21,397,709 33
LIABI LI TI ES.
Capital..................
$1,000,000 00
Surplus and profits.... ...........................................
2,044,12003
Circulation outstanding.......................................
988,200 00
Deposits................................................................. 17,365,389 30

$ 36,217*396 58
LIABI LI TI ES.
Capital stock...... ........
$300,000 00
Surplus fund....... ...................................................
6,000,000 00
Undivided profits..................................................
1,087,148 07
State bank notes outstanding............................
10,860 00
Deposits, v i z :—
Individuals, firms&corporations.$2i,573,141 16
Banks, bankers & trust compa’s, 7,246,247 35
-------------------- 28,819,388 51

$21,397,709 33
OFFICERS:
SAMUEL WOOLVERTON, Pres.
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS, Vice-Pre*.
GEO. E. LEWIS, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
HENRY I. BARBEY,
ADRIAN I8ELIN JR.,
W. EMLEN ROOSEVELT,
THOMAS DENNY,
CHARLES A. PEABODY,
FREDERIC W. STEVENS,
SAMUEL WOOLVERTON.
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS,

$ 36,217,396 58
GBO. G. W ILLIAM S, President.
FRANCIS H A LPIN , Cashier.

OFFICERS:
WM. H. PORTER, Vice-President.
JAS. L. PARSON, Asst. Cashier.

The Hanover National Bank
WC.

OF

THE

I

CITY

OF

NEW

YORK.

5 7, 9 and II Nassau Street.

C . 1

P. O. Box 2 5 0 0 .

ESTABLISHED 1851.
vt n

Temporary Address, 7 Wall Street-

5

STATEMENT

OF

CONDITION

APRIL

30,

1902.

L IA B IL IT IE S .

RESOU RCES.

60 C A PI TAL STOCK PAID I N ...................... $3,000,000 00
5,000,000 00
00 S U R P L U S .....................................................
U N D I V I D E D P R O F I T S ............................
912,108 55
STOCKS, S E CU R I T I ES , E T C ........
1,082,425
23
N AT ’L B A NK N OT E S O U T S T A N D I N G .
2,000,000 00
B A N K I N G HO US E A ND R E A L E S T A T E
3,150,497 60 D E P O S I T S .................................................... 87,230,18686
1,847,000 00
CASH A N D O T H E R I T E M S .......... 44,550,165
98 UNITED STATES BOND ACCOUNT..........

LOANS A N D D I S C O U N T S............. $43,854,511
U N I T E D ST AT ES B O N D S .............

7,351,695

$99,989,295 41

$99,989,295 41

OFFICERS :
JAS. T. W O O D W A R D , President.
JAS. M. D ONALD, Vice-Piesident.

WM. I. L IG HT HI PE , Ass’t Cashier.
E L M E R E. W H I T T A K E R , Ass’t Cashier.

WM. HA L LS Jr., Vice-President.
WM. LOGAN, Cashier.

H E N R Y R. CARSE, 2d Ass’t Cashier.
A L E X A N D E R D. C A M B E L L , 2d Asst. Cashier.

The LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
OF N E W YORK,
Capital, Surplus anti IProfits,

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-

§1,300,000.

O F F I C E R S !

E. C. CONVERSE, P r e s id e n t .
CHARLES W. RIECKS, C ashier .

HENRY C. TIN K E R , V ice -P r e s id e n t .
FRED’ K P. M cG LYNN, ASST. C ashjer.
D I R E C T O R S !

G eo . F. Ba k e r ,
E. C.ICONVERSE,
C harles JA .IM oore ,

T . A. Gille s p ie .S
F rancis L. H in e ,
C harles H . W arren ,

H. C T F a h n e s to c k ,
C harles G. E m e r y ,

A rthur F. L uke .
H e n r y C. T in k e r ,
H enry G raves ,

H enry P. D avison ,!

E. F.frCJYouNG,!
W m. R u n k l e .

DEPOSITORY OP THE UNITED STATES,J|THE STATE OF NEW YORK AND THE CITY OF NEW YORK.

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Boston, flDass

.

AMERIGAN LOAN # TRUST COMPANY

E S T A B L IS H E D 1784.

The Bank of New York,

53

Statement of condition April 30, 1902 .

N A T IO N A L B AN KING ASSOCIATION

ASS ETS .
State of Massachusetts bonds at par...................
City of Boston bonds at par..................................
Railroad and other bonds..................................
Time loans.............................................................
Demand loans........................................................
Cash in office and in banks...................................

48 W all S t r e e t , N ew Y ork .

CAPITAL,
SURPLUS,

$

-

STATE STREET.

2, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 .
2,241,000.

$xoo,ooo
300,000
1,060,264
5*585>758
2,656,851
1,771,068

oo
Of
gx
13
5a
57

$11,473,943 13

L IA B I LI TI ES.
Capital stock......................................................... $1,000,000 00
1,000,000 00
Surplus fund (from earnings)..............................
Undivided profits (net) .......................................
228,035 03
Deposits..................................................................
9,245,908 xo

Invites accounts from Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
In addition to the transaction of general domestic Banking busi­
ness, has special facilities for the negotiation of drafts on South
America and Australia.
Issues Commercial Letters of Credit, available in all parts of the
world, for the shipment of merchandise to the United States.

$11,473,943 13
B O A R D OF D I R E C T O R S :
S. E. PEABODY, Chairman.
C, F. ADAMS, 2d,
SAMUEL CARR,
ALBERT A. POPE,
F. LOTHROP AMES,
GORDON DEXTER,
N. W. RICE,
HOBART AMES,
ELMER P. HOWE,
R. E. ROBBINS,
EDWIN F. ATKINS,
DAVID P. KIM BALL,
ROYAL ROBBINS,
GEORGE W. BROWN
N. W. JORDAN,
P. L. 8ALTONSTALL
ISAAC T. BURR,
FRANCIS PEABODY JR. CHAS. W. W H ITTIER,
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OFFICERS:
N. W. JORDAN, President.
C. H. BOWEN, Secretary.
E. A. COFFIN, Treasurer.
G. W. AURYANSEN, Asst. Secretary

DIRECTORS:
W ILLIA M J. MATHESON,
GUSTAV AMSINOK,
D. O. MILLS,
JOHN CROSBY BROWN,
WM. A. READ,
DANIEL A. DAVIS,
JOHN L. RISER,
ANSON W. HARD,
CHARLES D. LEVERICH,
GEORGE L. RIVES.
JOHN G. M’CULLOUGH,
HENRY C. SWORDS,
J. KENNEDY TOD,
GORDON MACDONALD,

H ERBERT L. GRIGGS, P r e s id e n t .

LETTERS

T

h

OF

CR ED IT

e W

ISSUED,

e

A V A IL A B L E

s

t

e

r

Na.tioi\aJ B a n k
o f th e C ity o f

N

w

k

Y 0

V. P. SN YDER, President
J. W. ALEXANDER,

HENRY A. SMITH,
Vice-Presidents.

CHAS. L. BOBINSON,

0. I. PILAT,

Cashier.

TH R O U G H O U T

n

TH E

W O R LD

Statement April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts, $37,391,024.09
U. S. & other Bonds, 3,067,488.13
Real Estate,
.
.
496,362.76
Cash & Exchanges,
24,006,803.42
Due From Banks, . 1,755,808.36
Total,

.

$66,717,486.76

L IA B IL IT IE S.
Capital Stock,
. $ 2,100,000.00
Surplus & Undivided
Profits (net)
.
2,874,741.48
Circulation,
.
.
49,997-50
Deposits, .
.
. 61,692,747.78

Asst. Cashier.

Total,

.

.$66,717,486.76

The National Park Bank of New York
O R G A N IZ E D 1856.

REPORT AT CLOSE OF BU SIN ESS APRIL 30, 1902.
LIAIIILITIEN.

K E S O IB C E S .

$ 2,000,000 00
82 C A P I T A L ...................................................... .
LOANS AND D I S C O U N T S ................... 48,480,700
02 S U R P L U S A N D U N D I V I D E D P R O F I T S . . . 4,102,003 40
60.000 00
S E CU R I T I ES and D UE FROM U. 8 . T R EA S.
3,002,207 13 C IR C UL AT I ON O U T S T A N D I N G ............
D E P O S I T S ......................................................... 75.322,800 33
R EA L E S T A T E .......................................
1,431,432
06

CASH A N D E X C H A N G E S .................... $27,082.162

$81,606,400 82

$81,605,400 82

OFFICERS:
R I C H A R D j D E L A F I ELD.^Prealdent.
8 T U Y V E S A N T FISH. Vlce-Prca.

A L B E R T iH.yWIGOIN JVice-Prei

OEOR OE 3 . HICKOK. Caahlcr.

EDWA RD ^ . ' BA LD WI N | A» »t ^Ca« h l e r .

fJQILBERT iQ TH O R N E, Vlce-Pre«.
<
FRED' K O. FOXCROFT, ad Aaat. Caahlai

DIRECTORS:
JOHNIJACOft A8TOR,
JOSEPH T. MOORE,
EDWARDLC. HOYT,
OE OROE S. HICKOK,
W ^ R O C K H I L L POTT8,
8 T U Y V E S A N T FISH.
Q E O R QE | F R E D ' K VIETOR,
AUOU8TBELMONT,
OEOR OE 3 . HART,
A L B E R T H. WIOQIN,
RICHARD D E L A F I E L D,
CHARLES'STERNBACH,
(CORNELIUS VANDERBILT
K R A N C I 8 K.''APPLETON,
C H A R L E S SCRIBNER,:;.!;

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The National
B ank. Bank o f North America

T he S eaboard N ational

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

IN

RESOURCES.
D e m a n d l o a n s ...................................................................... $8,532,585 26
Discounts and time loans.......................................
4*839,596 66
Overdrafts................................................................
44 93
United States bonds...............................................
263,500 00
Due from banks........................................................
690,94191
Reserve:
Cash, exchanges and due from U. S. Treasurer...
7,944,207 07

NEW YORK.

C H A R T E R E D F E B R U A R Y 26, 1851.

C A P I T A L , $2,000,000
S U R P L U S , $1,000,000
P R O F I T S , $1,100,000
D E P O S I T S , $22,000,000

$ 22,270,875 83
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock........
Surplus and profits
Circulation............
Deposits:
Individuals............
B ank s .....................
U. S. Deposits.......

■................... h
.....................

8. G BAYNE, President.
J. F. THOMPSON, Cashier.

OFFICERS:
S. G. NELSON, Vice-President.
C. C. THOMPSON, Asst. Cashier

O F F IC E R S :

$500,000 oo
1,108,073 43
50,000 00

RICHARD L. EDWARDS, President.
CHARLES W. MORSE, Vice-Pres.
HENRY C H APIN Ja., Vice Pres.
ALFRED H. CURTIS, Cashier.
J. FREDERICK SWEASY, Asst Cashier.
D IR EC T O R S:

....................$8,519,202 41
H. H. COOK,
, 892,599 99
201,000 00
20,612,80240 W. V A N NORDEN,
D. H. HOUGHTALING,
H. FLAGLER,
$ 22,270,875 83 JOHN DLMOCK,
H. F.
M. D. THATCHER,

R. L. EDWARDS,
AUGUST BELMONT,
E. T. BEDFORD,
C. W. MORSE,
R. M. THOMPSON,
F. K. STURGIS,
W. F. HAVEMEYER,

W. M. V A N NORDEN,
OAKLEIGH THORNE,
H ENR Y C H APIN JR.,
CHAS. T. BARNEY,
WM. SALOMON,
H ENR Y BUDGE.

B U Y 8 A N D S E L L S FO REIG N D R A F T 8.
IS S U E S T R A V E L E R S 1 L E T T E R S OF C R E D IT . '

C O R R E S P O N D E N C E IN V IT E D W IT H A V IE W T O B U 8IN E S S R E L A T IO N S .

MERCHANTS’
NATIONAL
BANK

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THE

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK,

IRVING NATIONAL
BANK,

42 W a ll

Street.

C a p i t a l , $2, 000, 000. S u r p l u s , $1,100,000.

G R E EN W IC H ST., COR. W A R R E N .

D e p o s i t s , $20, 000, 000.

FOUNDED,

C apital, Surplus and Profits,

1803.

195th Consecutive Semi-Annual Dividend
Declared Dec . 19, 1901•

$1,970,000.

OFFICERS:
Robert M. Gallaway,
Elbert A. Brinckerhoff,
William B. T. Keyser,
Samuel S. Campbell,

OFFI CERS:
C H A R L E S H. F A N C H E R , President.
C H A R L E S . F. M A T T L A G E , Vice-Pres.

DIRECTORS:

SAMUEL S. CONOVER, Vice-Pres.

John A. Stewart,

Chairman of Board,
U. S. Trust Co.
Elbert A. Brinckerhoff,Capitalist.
Chas. Stewart Smith, Merchant.
Gustav H. Schwab,
Oelrichs & Co.
Donald Mackay
Vermilye & Co.
Robert M. Gallaway
President.
Charles D. Dickey,
Brown Bros. & Co.
George Sherman,
V.-P. Central Trust Co.
Edward Holbrook,
Pres. Gorham Mfg. Co.
Oris K. Eldredge,
Eldredge, Lewis & Co.
JosephW. Harriman, Harriman & Co.

BENJ. F. W E R N E R , Cashier.
BUSINESS AND P E R S O N A L ACCOUNTS
INVITED.

IR ew

l^orfe

President.
Vice-President.
Cashier.
Assistant Cashier.

IRocbester, 1R.

C ity .

THE MERCHANTS’ TRUST COMPANY Alliance Bank of Rochester
320

BROADWAY.

O P E N E D FO R B U S IN E S S

DECEM BER

Statement at close of business June 10, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Cash on hand and with b a n k s ..............................
Call l oans.................................................................
Time loans...............................................................
Stocks and bonds.....................................................
Banking-house and lot............................................

11, 1899.

Statement at close of business June 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
New York City bonds..............................................
Other stocks, bonds and investments..................
L o a n s .......................................................................
Accrued interest receivable...................................
Due from othex banks.............................................
Cash on hand...........................................................

$ 734»235 40
7<5,493 81
>
6,671,466 55
19,998 75
2,027,35403
288,892 72
$ 10,447,441 26

LIABILITIES.
Capital...........................................................
Surplus and undivided profits................................
Reserve for t a x e s ....................................................
Accrued interest'payable.......................................
Deposits....................................................................
OFFICERS'
EDWIN LANGDON, President.
JAS. E. REYNOLDS, Vlce-Prest

$500,000
*, 374, 7*5
23,000
1,669
8,548,055

00

54

00

93
79

$ 10,447,441 26

JOHN B. GRANT, Sec. and Treas.
FRED. P. DAVIS, Asst. 8ec. & Treas.

R E C E IV E S A C C O U N T 8 ON F A V O R A B L E T E R M S
A N D A L L O W 8 IN T E R E S T ON D A IL Y B A L A N C E 8.

LIABILITIES.
Capital ......................................................................
Surplus and profits..................................................
Deposits....................................................................

$530,482 26
i , 97L 935 02
1,204,345 29
646,972 97
100,00000
$4,453,735 54
$275,000 00
161,59077
4,017,144 77

$4,453,735 54
C O M P A R A T I V E DEPOSITS.
Depositsjune 10, 1901............................................ $3,614,341 57
Deposits June 10, 1902............................................
4,017,144 77
Increase in Deposits for the y e a r ..........................

$402,803 20

OFFICERS:
HOBART F. ATKINSON, President.
JOHN P. PALM ER, 1st Asst. Cashier.
JAMES G. CUTLER, Vice-President.
CHAS. A. ELWOOD, Asst. Cashier.
ALB E RT O. FENN, V.-Pres. & Cashier. CHAS. L. BARTON, Asst. Cashier.

IN T E R E S T PAID ON S P E C IA L D EPO SITS.
D esign ated S ta te D e p o sito ry.

U n e x ce lle d C o lle ctio n F a c ilit ie s .

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T h e Central National Bank

THE NEW AMSTERDAM
NATIONAL BANK
.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................ $9,396,886 49
U. S. Bonds...........................................................
1,112,16250
Stocks, securities, etc.........................................
1,325,831 29
Banking house and other real estate...................
340,001 96
Due from banks and U. S. Treasury....................
1,622,344 51
Cash and exchange...............................................
4,158,49055

C A P IT A L , -

-

$ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 .

SURPLUS, -

R. R. MOORE, President.
C. W. MORSE, Vice-President.

-

$ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,

G. J, BAUMANN, Cashier.
J. G. HEMERICH, Asst. Cashier.

$17,955,717 30

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock................
Surplus and profits.......
Circulation...................
U. S. bond loan account
Dividends unpaid.........
Deposits....................... .

$1,000,000
590,110
560.000
100.000
3,227
15,702,379

00
85
00
00
16
29

$17,955,717 30

OFFICERS:
EDWIN LANGDON, President.
WM. II. WOODS, Vice-President,
CHA3. S. YOUNG, Cashier.
H. J. FRANCIS, Assistant Cashier,

BOARD OF DIRECTORS :
HENRY TUCK,
WILLIAM A. WHEELOCK,
HENRY SAMPSON,
EDWIN LANGDON,
WOODBURY LANGDON,
LOUIS F. DOMMERICH.
JOHN A. HcCALL,
EDWIN HAWLEY,
WM. M. WOODS,
FRANK JAY GOULD,
JOHN P. MUNN.

A ccounts of Banks , Bankers , T rust C ompanies , M ercantile
F irms and C orporations I n v it e d .
D IREC TO RS :

C. T. BARNEY...................President Knickerbocker Trust Company
J. ROMAINE BROWN................................................. Real Estate.
FRANK CURTISS..........President Sixth Avenue Railroad Company.
JOS. J. K IT T E L ........................... President Nineteenth Ward Bank.
R. V. LEW IS.......... ......................................... of Lewis & Conger.
JAS. McMAHON.......... President Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
R. R. MOORE....................
President.
C. W. MORSE...... ...........................................................Capitalist.
H. F. MORSE........................................................... of Morse & Co.
DANIEL O’DAY............................................................... Capitalist.
FRANK W. SANGER..................................................Amusements.
LOUIS STERN.......................................................... of Stern Bros.
GEO. J. SMITH................................. Treasurer American Cigar Co.
F. K. STURGIS........................................... of Strong, Sturgis & Co.

The National Citizens Bank
OF

THE

CITY
4 0 7 -4 0 9

P. O. Box 400.

OF

NEW

YORK,

Broadway.

ESTABLISHED 1851.

Telephone, 800 Franklin.

Capital, Surplus and. Profits, ^S,300,000.00.
OFFICERS:

ED W IN S. SCHENCK, P r esid en t .
EWALD FLEITM ANN, V ice -P resident .
NELSON A. REYNOLDS, Assistant C ashier .
HENRY DIMSE, C ashier .
ALBION K. CHAPMAN, Assistant C ashier .
DIRECTORS:

F rancis M. Bacon J r .,
Daniel A. D avis ,
L. F. D o m m erich ,
Ewald F l e itm a n n ,

W m . H alls J r .,
P earson H alstead ,
Robert B. H irsch ,
Jacques H uber ,
James St il l m a n .

NEW MEN.

E mil S eyd J r .,
F rederick Southack ,
H enry B. Stokes ,
E dward A. W alton ,

A rthur L. L esher ,
A ugustus F. L ibby ,
E lkan N aumburg ,
E dwin S. Schenck ,

NEW ENERGY.

NEW CAPITAL.

Buffalo, 1R. ]£.

B ib an s,

M .

^

T h e M a r i n e N a t i o n a l B a n kNATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK
THE
OF B U FFA LO .

OF ALBANY.

(IIAH TBRKD AH A STATE B A N K AUGUST l, 1800.

Statement at the close of business April 30, 1902.

Ch a r t e r e d

as a

N a t i o n a l B a n k A p r i l 1,1902.

Statement of condition April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
• *5.745.296 13
* 3i537*000 73
•. 3,070.599 04
>,649.349 74
250,000 00

U. 8. Government and (
Banking house and lot.

$1 4 ,2 5 3 ,1 2 5 63
LIABILITIES.
C a p ita l s t o c k ........ ............................
Surplu s and u n d ivid ed profits . . . . .
D e p o s it s ............... ......................... .

Total,..

1,348,710 54
>3,804,413 09
$ 14,263,120 03

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OFFICERS:
STEPHEN

ri. CLEM ENT. Pros!dent.

JOHN it. LAgCBU.KH, r'/udilei

JOHN J. A LB R IG HT, Vlfie-Pmslrlent. H E N R Y J, AUKR, Ain’t Gashlsi
henry

n

persons.

Vic<> President. C l i f f o r d iruBBKLL. Anst.c.nbier.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................ $5,702,03293
U. S. and other bonds..........................................
1,342,687 83
Real estate............................................................
115,90000
960,419 31
Cash.....................................................................
Rcucrvc and other banke.....................................

$11,770,806 26
LIABILITIES.
Surplus and profits..............................................
Ci rcu l a t io n........................................................................
Deposits :
Individ 1 s i .............................................$5,192,977 pi
1
B a n k s ........................ ........................... 5,398,88619

300,000 00
840,642 14
47,300 00

$
1 11,770,806 20
OFEICKRH:
OfFIOlSUH;
ROBERT C. P IlU Y N , President.
G RAND 8 HARD. Vloe-PmsWont.
1
UHA RLKH li. SABIN, Vlr.n Pres,

E DWA R D J, IIU88MY, Cnnlilor.
L A U R E N C E li. II RNDUICKM, A ant. Caul*.
Hl.'OIl N. K I R K L A N D , Aunt. Oftlhlnr.

DISHIO NA TF,I) DRPOMITAHV O f Tit K VtftTJBO H T A T M ,
m a t e o f m s w m u t e a n d a i r y or a l o a n v .

V erses

G its,

C o m m e r c ia l T

1FL

rust

Boston, dDass.

J.

THE NATIONAL SUFFOLK BANK

com pany

OF NEW JERSEY.

OF BOSTON,
No. 53 State Street.

15 EXCHANGE PLACE.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

Statement at close of business June 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Cash, due from banks and exchanges for clear­
ing house............................................................... $2,696,27995
Loans and discounts...............................................
5, 994,33 Jl 99
U. S. Bonds and other securities...........................
660,257 50
Due from U. S. Treasurer.......................................
10,67000

A 8 8 ET S.
Stocks and bonds.....................................................
Mortgages................................................................
Loans, demand and time.......................................
Bills purchased......................................................
Banking house........................................................
Furniture and fixtures............................................
Due from banks.......................................................
Accrued interest.....................................................
Cash on hand and in bank......................................

$702,850 02
43I »
925 00
3,726,300 00
179,298 03
710,923 28

7>493 53

243,337 98
22,644 74
1,028,278 56

$9,361,539 44

LIABILITIES.
Capi tal .................................
Surplus and profits..............
National Suffolk Bank bills
D e p os i t s ..............................

$1,500,000
392,542
27,500
7,441,496

$7,053,051 14
LIABILITIES.
Capital......................................................................
Surplus......................................................................
Undivided profits...................................................
Reserve for t ax es.....................................................
Deposits...................................................................

$500,000 00
500,000 00
213,349 79
7,00000
5,832,701 35

$7,053,051 14
OFFICERS:
JOHN W. HARDENBERGH, Pres.
GEORGE W. YOUNG, Vice-President.
ROBERT 8. ROSS, Vice-President.
OSCAR L. GUBELMAN, Sec. & Treas.
C O M M E N C E D B U S IN E S S ON J A N U A R Y 8 E C O N D , N IN E T E E N H U N D R E D .

INTEREST PAID

00
96
O
O
48

$9,361,639 44

DIRECTORS:
HARCOURT AMORY,
EDW ARD LOVERING,
S. REED ANTH O NY,
JAMES M. PRENDERGAST,
EZRA H. BAKER,
W IL L IA M L. PUTNAM,
H A R R Y H. BEMIS,
F R A N K W. REMICK,
H E N R Y B. CHAPIN,
RICH ARD M. SALTONSTALL,
H EN R Y B. D AY,
CHARLES G. W ASHBURN,
A. LAW RENCE EDMANDS,
C. MINOT WELD.
J. BROOKS FENNO,
ROBERT WINSOB
AUGUSTUS P. LORING.

A c c o u n ts of Banks , Ba n k er s , C o r p o r a tio n s , F irms a nd I n d iv id ­
uals R e c e iv e d on t h e m o st F a vo rable T e r m s .
OFFICERS:
C. MINOT WELD, President.
FRANCIS A. LOW, Asst. Cashier.
W IL L IA M C. W ILLIAM S, Cashier,
F R A N K H. W R IG H T. Asst. Cashier.

ON CHE OK AO COUNTS.

Boston, dDass.

IRewarfc, 1FL 3.

T
National Newark Banking Co. I MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL BANK
63 S T A T E S T R E E T , B O STO N .

1784.
Statement at close of business April SO, 1902.
E s t a b l is h e d

Capital,

-

-

-

Surplus & Profits,

over

$1,000,000

RESOURCES.
Notes discounted..................................................... $3,046,61238
U. S. bonds for circulation......................................
50,000 00
Stocks, securities, et c............................................
221,991 85
2,500 00
Due from U. S. Treasurer, 5% fund.......................
Demand loan....................................$1,826,210 62
Due from banks and bankers........... 1,007,318 17
Cash on hand.................................. 1,266,180 60
------------------4,099,709 39

$1,000,000

O FFIC E R S .
E. S. CAM P B ELL ^P r e s id e n t .
D.

$7,420,813 66

H . M E R R IT T , V ic e - P r e s id e n t .

A. H . B A L D W IN , 2 d V ice -P r e s id e n t .
H . W . T U N IS , C a s h ie r .
D IR E C TO R S :
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD,
JAMBS R. SAYRE Jr .,
BUG. VANDERPOOL,
JAS. A. BANISTER,
F. FRELINGHUYSEN,
h .:t . BRUMLEY,
F R A N K LIN MURPHY,

JAS. P. DUSENBERRY, ELIAS O. DOREMUS,
E. S. CAMPBELL,
M ATTH EW T. GAY,
F. WOLCOTT JACKSON, D. H. MERRITT,
JAMES S. HIGBIE,
SAMUEL S. DENNIS,
JAMES C. MCDONALD, JAMES M. SEYMOUR,
J. O. H. PITNEY,
C. EDW IN YOUNG,
EDWARD L. DOBBINS, ALBERT, H. BALDW IN.

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock...........................................................
Surplus and undivided profits................................
National bank notes outstanding..........................
Deposits...............................

$800,000
132,5 72
50,000
6,438,040

00
58
00
98

$7,420,813 5®
D epo sits
D eposits
D eposits
D eposits

1,1900
1,1901
1, 1902
A pr . 30,1902

-

Ja n .
Jan.
Ja n .

JOHN W. WEEKS, President.
FREDERIC H. CURTI8S, Cashier.

$1,171,96683
3,741,19378
6,766,75002
6,438,040 98

-

D A N IE L G. WING, Vice-President.
BDWD. S. H A Y W A R D , Asst. Cashier

Accounts of Banks. Firm s , Corporations. Trustees and Individuals Solicited.

Special Attention Given to Newf Jersey Collections.

W E A R E P R E P A R E D T O F U R N I8 H D E P O S IT O R S E V E R Y F A C IL IT Y C O N S IS T E N T
W IT H GO O D BAN KIN G .

Paterson, 1FL J.

Portland, /iDatne.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Portland Trust Company
Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Time loans......................................... $1,774,722 62
Demand loans...................................
630,687 71
United States bonds........................
502,00000
Other bonds and mortgages............
331,000 00

Condensed statement of condition June 10th, 1902,
by the Bank Examiner.

$3,238,410 33
Real estate................................................................
68,043 11
Due from banks................................ $486,42474
Due from Treasurer United States,
12,400 00
Cash and cash items....................... .
235,81203
734,636 77
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock........................
Surplus and profit and loss..
Circulation.............................
Deposits.................................
United States bond account

$4,041,090 21

RESOURCES.
State of Maine bonds..........................$100,000 00
State of Massachusetts bonds...........

100,00000

Municipal and other bonds...............

959,70250 $1,159,70250

00
13
O
O
08
00

Loans and discounts...............................................

831,147 21

Sundry accounts.....................................................

16,499 09

$4,041,090 21

$400,000
476,177
228.000
2,711,913
225.000

OFFICERS:
EDWARD T. BELL, President.
ROBERT J. NELDEN, Cashier.
JOHN REYNOLDS, Vice-President. W H ITF IE LD W. SMITH, Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
ALPHEU S S. A LLEN ,
J. W. CLEVELAND,
JOHN AGNEW,
JOSEPH W. CONGDON,
DWIGHT.'ASHLEY,
W. O. FAYE RW E ATH ER ,
EDW ARD T. BELL
LEOPOLD MEYER,
WI L L I A M BARBOUR,
JOHN REYNOLDS,
H EN R Y B. CROSBY,
A. W. ROGERS,
ROBERT W ILLIAM S.
P r o m p t A t t e n t i o n G i v e n to Collections*

Furniture and fixtures..........................................

100 00

Sinking fund i nvest ments...... ...............................

632,736 75

Cash on hand and in banks...................................

248,857 43

$2,889,042 98
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock...........................................................

$200,000 00

Surplus and profits (net).........................................

293,812 53

Sundry accounts.....................................................
BI1 EH
BC A'Total deposits..........................................................

17,67071

2,377,559 74
|$2,889,042 93

Detroit, /BMcb.

Unbianapolis^lTnb.

STATE SAVINGS BANK. T h
T

Mr c h a n t s n
e
’

Statement of condition April 30, 1902.

I N D IA N A P O L IS , IN D IA N A .

RESOURCES .
Loans and discounts.......................... $6,331,42599
Bonds and mortgages................... 4,264,716 95 $10,596,142 94
Overdrafts.............................................................
83384
360,626 01
Banking house and other real estate..................
2,428,625 20
Cash and exchange...............................................
$ 13,386,227 99
L IA B I LI TI ES.
Capital st ock......................................... ..............
$500,000 00
Surplus fund..........................................................
100,00000
Undivided profits.................................................
102,04883
Savings deposits.................................. $6,049,41194
Commercial deposits......................... 4,221,86036
Due to banks and bankers............ 2,412,90686 12,684,17916
$13,386,237 99
OFFICERS:
GEO. H. RUSSEL, President.
R. S. MASON, Cashier.
R. W GILLETT, Vice-President.
.
A U 8 TIN E. WING, Assistant Cashier.
H. C. POTTER JR., Yice-President. H. P. BORGMAN, Assistant Cashier.
E. A. SUNDERLIN, Auditor.
CO N D U CTS A G E N E R A L BANKING B U SIN ESS IN BOTH
SAV IN G S AND C O M M E R C IA L D E P A R T M E N T S , AND
O FF E R S ITS C U ST O M E R S E V E R Y B ANKIN G FAC ILITY.

f percent Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.

o t e a n k.
IB

per cent Interest Paid
upon the Daily Balances of State Banks and Bankers
when Exceeding One Thousand Dollars.
2

Report of Condition April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
L o a n s ..................................................................... $2,902,70655
United States bonds...............................................
50,00000
City of Indianapolis, Marion and other county
bonds,...................................... ............................
780,91096
Cash Resources.
U. S. bonds to secure deposits....... $860,000 00
Due from bank s............................. 1,530,828 21
Due from U. S. Treasury................
2,50000
Cash (Gold, $3*9,485 00)................ 888,956 39
--------- ------ - 3,282,284 60
$ 7,015,902 11
LIABILITIES.
Capital s t ock...... ...................................... ........... $1,000,000 00
Surplus fund and profits........................................
347,67489
50,00000
National bank circulation.........................................
Deposits................................................................. 4,758,22722
United States Deposits.............................................
860,00000
$7,015,902 11
OFFICERS:
O. N. FRENZEL, President.
FRED FAHNLEY, 2d Vice-Pres.
J. P. FRENZEL, Yice-President.
O. F. FRENZEL, Cashier.

We make a specialty of collections in this State and vicinity, and remit
on day of payment at lowest rates.
U N IT E D STA TES DEPOSITORY.

Pittsburg, pa.

Pittsburg, pa,

PITTSBURG TRUST COMPANY.
THE UNION TRUST COM PANY
OF PITTSBURGH,

Statement of condition April 30, 1902f

335, 337, 339 FOURTH A.VENUE.

$7,000,000
$20,642,585

Capital and Profits,
Deposits,

Transacts a General Trust and Banking Business— Drafts
on all the Principal Cities of Europe— Letters of Credit—
Cable Transfers—Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.

RESOURCES.
Cash and due from banks...................................... $2,951,662 37
Loans, bonds, securities, etc................................ 14,377,244 13
$17,328,906 50
L I A BI LI TI ES .
Capital stock paid in..................... $2,000,000 00
Surplus and profits.....................
4,083,139 17 $6,083,139 17
Deposits.................................................................. 11,245,76733
$17,328,900 50

4U 84N ESS AN D P E R SO N A L A C C O U N T S IN V IT ED .
A L L O W S 2 PER C E N T IN T E R E S T ON D A IL Y B A L A N C E 8.

OFFICERS:
H. C. McELDOWNEY, President.
JAMES S. CARR, Assistant Treas.
A. W MELLON, Vice-President.
.
SCOTT HAYS, Secretary.
J. M. SCHOONMAKER, 2d Vlce-Pres.
WM. I. BERRYMAN, Trust Officer,
a. W GLEFFEEl, Treasurer.
.
KNOX A REED, Solicitors.
H. C. MCBLDCWNET,
A. W. MELLON,
JAMES McCRBA,
J. M 8 CHOONM AKER,
.
W. N. FREW,

DIRECTORS:
GIO. E. SHAW,
H. C. FOWNE 8 ,
GEORGE I. W HITNEY,
JOHN PORTERFIELD,
P. C. KNOX,
A. L. MASON.

H. C. FRICK,
D. E. PARK,
J. B. FINLEY,
F. J. HKARNE,
JAS. II. LOCKII A ItT

Allow* 2 per cent interest on aany balances subject to check.
Pays 4 per cent interest on savings deposits.
o f f ic e r s

C. B. MOV AY, President,
CHAS. H. HAYS, Sec. and Treas.

:

J. I. BUCHANAN, Vloe-Presideat.
F. A. McVAY, A hsL Sec. and Treas

d ir e c t o r s :

B. F. JON EC,
W. P. 8N YD BR,
J. C. REILLY,

J. L BUCHANAN,
GEO. M LAUGHLIN,
.
C. B. MCVAY,

HENRY BUHL JR.
S. H. VANDERGRIFT
CHAS. H. HAYS.

323 FOURTH AVENUE, PITTSBURG, PA.

Spi'tngfielb, tlbass.

Bartforb, Conn.

CHAPIN NATIONAL BANK AETNA NATIONAL BANK,
Statement at close of business April 80, 1902 .

HARTFORD, CONNS

RESOURCES,
Loann....

.............................. .........................

U. 8, B o n d s . . ........... .................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Investm ent secu rities................................ ..... ...
C a s h ............................... .................. ........ ........................
B a n k i n g h o u s e . . . . . . . . . . . . .......................... .
Due from b a n k s . . . .........

$1,450,108 74
50,000 00
332,341

66

1x4, 156 48

C A P IT A L -

$ 5 2 5 ,0 0 0 0 0

S U R P L U S A N D P R O F IT S ,

$ 5 3 8 , 0 0 0 OO

89,527 62
3 57 , 71 1 63
O F F IC E R S ?
$2,393,840 13

A, S P E N C E R Jr., Presi dent .
A. R. H 1L L Y B R , Vi ce Presi dent.
W . D. M O R G A N , Cutihlcr.

LIABILITIES.
C apital........ . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . ..........
S u r p l u s . , . .... ........................ ................................. .
C i r cu la t i on , . ................ .
Deposit*....... ................ .
BUI* p a y a b l e • • <* * »
..

$500,000 00
167,868 10

* . 6 , 3 . 9 7 » 03

50.000 00

* « « * •

DIRECTORS

50.000 00

Hon. L E V R R E T T B R A I N AH D, Han. M O R G A N C U U J L K K L K Y ,
A P P L E T O N R. H I L L Y SR*
J A M E S ». C O N E ,
A L F R E D S P E N C E R Jr.

$2,393,840 13
r

<JA T 'T .B S H H H ,

u m H Q 8 H.|T U ll R A M * Cn>ihl*r.

■ Correspondence

Solicited.

T H IS

BANK O FFER
T O D E P O S IT O R S E V E R Y F A C IL IT Y W H IC H
B A L A N C E S , B U S IN E S S A N D R E S P O N S IB IL IT Y W A R R A N T .

T H E IR

- A<,rnH n '»#>/*0* nAa,| fte n A m Q t’
orpft rotten* tncCFUrmt Inoff/rJ.

* Foreign® Exchange .

SPECIAL A T T E N T I O N GIVEN TO HARTFORD COLLECTI ONS.

{P h ila d e lp h ia ,

Philadelphia, pa.

p a .

T he a r m e r’ sa n d M e c h a n ic’ s Na t io n a l Ba n k. THE GIRARD NATIONAL BANK.
F
O R G A N IZ E D J A N U A R Y 17, 1807.

C H A R T E R E D 1832.

Statement of condition May 6, 1902.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
RESOURCES.
Loans and investments................................................ $14,658,2948c
Loans and investments................................................ $11,085,45268
Due from banks.............................. .........................
Due from Banks...........
i ,539j66o 32
2,152,691 27
Cash and reserve..........................................................
4,661,92579
Cash and reserve.....................................................
5,896,71195
Exchanges for Clearing House....................................
1,440,22305
$18,521,824 95
Total......................................................................... $ 22,913,134 9
1
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock............................................................ $2,000,00000
LIABILITIES.
Surplus and profits......................................................
837,69501
Capital stock........................................................
$1,500,00000
Circulation.....................................................................
1,231,60000
Surplus and net profits...........................................
1,859,40479
Deposits......................................................................... M, 452,529 9
4
National bank notes outstanding.............
550,000 00
Deposi t s. .................................................................

$18,521,824 95
H E N R Y C. STROUP, President.
HOW ARD W. LEWIS, Cashier.

Total......................................................................... $ 22,913,134 9
1

OFFICERS:
JOHN MASON, Transfer Officer.
EUGENE H. AUSTIN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS:
H E N R Y C. STROUP,
CHAS. W. W HARTON,
A N TH O N Y J. ANTELO, CRAIGE LIPPINCO TT,
CHAS. H. HUTCHINSON, P. S. HUTCHINSON,
HOW ARD W. LEWIS,
E. H. MCCULLOUGH,
C. S. W. PACKARD.

19,003,73012

OFFICERS:
FRANCIS B. REEYES, President.
RICHARD L. AUSTIN, Yice-Pres.
THEO. E. WIEDERSHEIM, 2d Yice-Pres. JOSEPH W A Y N E JR., Cashier.

JOHN F. LEWIS,
CLEMENT B. NEWBOLD
JOSEPH WHARTON,
GEORGE L. FARNUM,

A c c o u n t s o f B a n k s , B a n k e r s , C o rp o ra tio n s) F ir m s an d
I n d iv id u a ls R e ce iv e d .

CO R R E S P O N D E N C E

S O L IC IT E D .

The Philadelphia National Bank
419-423

C H E ST N U T

STR E E T,

PHILADELPHIA.

STATEMENT AT CLOSE OF B U SIN E SS APRIL 30, 1902.
L IA B IL IT IE S .

R E S O U R C E S .
L O A N S A N D D I S C O U N T S ..............................$ 19,450,320 24

C A P I T A L S T O C K ...............................................

$1,500,000 00

2,620,994 12
2,518,262 99
6,560,017 49

S U R P L U S A N D N E T P R O F I T S ....................

1,992,610 68
272,000 00
27,384,984 16

D U E F R O M B A N K S .........................................
E X C H A N G E S FOR C L E A R I N G H O U S E . . . .
CA SH A N D R E S E R V E .....................................

C I R C U L A T I O N ..................................................
D E P O S I T S ........................................

$31,149,594 84

$31,149,594 84

O F F IC E R S :
N. P A R K E R S H O R T R I D G E , President.
L I N C O L N G O D F R E Y , ist Vice-President.
L E V I L. R U E , 2d Vice-President and Cashier.
H. J. K E S E R , Assistant Cashier.
D IR E C T O R S :
PA R K ER SHORTRIDGE,
GEORGE WOOD,
P E R C I V A L R O B E R T S JR.
J. L I V I N G S T O N E R R I N G E R ,
L A W R E N C E JOHNSON,
G E O R G E H. M c F A D D E N ,
RICHARD ASHHURST,
A L F R E D C. H A R R I S O N,
W IL L IA M POTTER,
LINCOLN GODFREY,
G E O R G E H. F R A Z I E R ,
E D W . T. S T O T E S B U R Y ,
JO HN H. C O N V E R S E ,
A. J. C A S S A T T
JAM ES F. H O PE
L E V I L. R U E .

Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Mercantile Firms and Corporations Respectfully Invited.

Philadelphia, pa.

Philadelphia, pa.

THE BANK OF NORTH AMERICA. GIRARD TRUST COMPANY
Statement at close of business June 30, 1902.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

A S S ET S .
Cash on hand and in banks.......................................... $4,618,08918
L o a n s ....................................................................... 1 75695,300 gg
Real e s t a t e ..............................................................
1,766,03203
Securities..................................................... _.......... 10,157,40663

RESOURCES.
Loans and investments........................................... $8,639,155 06
Due from banks and bankers.................................
1,026,612 86
Clearing House exchanges....................................
1,038,733 79
Cash and reserve.........................................
2,606,272 33

$34,236,828 77

$ 13,310,774 04
LIABILITIES.
Capital...................................................................... $1,000,000 00
Surplus and undivided profits................................
1,864,857 78
C i r c u l a t i o n ............................................................

449,997 5 °

Deposits....................................................................

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock.................................................................. $2,500,00000
Surplus...........................................................................
7,500,00000
Undivided profits..........................................................
605,73909
Dep os i t s........................................................................ 23,381,08968
Dividend (payable July 1,1902)..................................
250,00000

9.995,9i8 76
$ 13,310,774 04

OFFICERS:
Presid ent:
H. MICHENER,
Cashier:
JOHN H. W A T T .

*

Ass istant Cashiers

JOHN

JNO. H. MICHENER,
ISRAEL MORRIS,
CLEMENT A. GRISCOM.
THEO. C. SEARCH.
RICHARD H. DOWNING,
WM. D. WINSOR

w ^ h
t

SAMUEL D. JORDAN.
W IL L IA M J. M URPHY.

DIRECTORS:
ROB’T K. McNEELY,
CHARLES H. HARDING,
H A R R Y G. MICHENER,
LINCOLN K. PASSMORE,
JOHN P. GREEN,
W IL L IA M P. HENSZEY.

C o r r e s p o n d e n c e S o l ic it e d

and

A ccounts

$34,236,82877

OFFICERS:
E. B. MORRIS, President.
CHARLES J. RHOADS, Treasurer.
W. N. ELY, 1st Vice-President.
EDWARD S. PAGE. Secretary.
A. A. JACKSON, 2d Vice-President.
GEO. TUCKER B1SPHAM, Solicitor.
Acts as Executor , A dm inistrator , Trustee, Assigned and

Receiver .

F IN A N C IA L A G E N T FOR IN D IV ID U A L S OR C O R P O R A T IO N S.
Acts as Trustee of Corporation Mortgages.

R e c e iv e d C o n s is t e n t

D E P O S IT A R Y

L e g it im a t e B a n k in g .

8

UNDER

P L A N S O F R E O R G A N IZ A T IO N .
T R A N SF E R AG ENT.

R E G IS T R A R

AND

Philadelphia, pa.

Philadelphia, pa.

CENTRAL

NATIONAL

BANK
MECHANICS

NATIONAL BANK

OF PHILADELPH IA,

OF P H ILADELPH IA.

Statement at close of business April 30,m
1902.

Organized as a State Bank, 1810.
Chartered as National Bank, 1864.

RESOURCES.
Loans and investments..................................... 5$9,169,925 49
Exchanges for Clearing House............................
861,474 66
Due from banks and bankers.............................
657,600 81
Cash and reserve................................................
3,494,848 41

Statement of condition April 30, 1902,
RESOURCES.
Loans and investments..................................... $4,332,062 18
Due from banks..................................................
600,829 58
Cash and reserve................................................

$6,266,823 05

$14,183,849 37
LIABILITIES.
Capital.................................. ............................
Surplus and undivided profits...........................

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock, paid i n ........................................
Surplus and undivided profits...........................
Circulation.........................................................

$750,00000
2,249,841 g7

Circulation........................................................
Deposits............................................................

49,250 00
11,134,757 40
$14,183,849,37

OFFICERS
THEO. KITCHEN, President.
T. L. DeBOW, Cashier.
WILLIAM POST, Assistant Cashier.

1,333,931 29

Deposits.............................................................

$500,000 0
0
555,427 36
276,000 0
0

4,935,395 69
$6,266,823 05

OFFICERS:
MORRIS NEWBURGER, President.
JOHN FIELD, Vice-President.
THOMAS ROBERTS, 2d Vice-Pres.
W. H. CURTIS JH., Cashier.
W. H. COSTER, Ass’t. Cashier.

A CCO UNTS SOLICITED.

The Fourth Street National Bank
OF

PH ILA D ELPH IA .

STATEMENT AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS............... $27,622,495577
DUE FROM BANKS............................
3,193,515
13
EXCHANGES FOR CLEARING HOUSE... 2,915,967 62
CASH AND R E S E R V E ........................
9,938,621
48

L IA B IL IT IE S.
CAPITAL STOCK.......................................... $3,000,000 00
SURPLUS AND NET PROFITS................. 4,067,866 76

$43,670.600J
00

$43,670,600 00
E. F. SHANBACKER, Cashier.

8. F. TYLER, President,
R.

CIRCULATI ON.............................................. 1,065,997 50
DEPOSITS...................................................... 35,536,735 74

W. Z. McLEAR, Assistant Cashier.

H. RUSHTON, Vice-President.
B.

FRANK G. ROGERS, Manager Foreign Exchange,

M. FAIRES, 2d Vice-President.

ACCOUNTS OF BANKS AND BANKERS SOLICITED.
FO R EIG N

EXCHANGE

BOUGHT

AND

SOLD.

EXCEPTIONAL COLLECTION FACILITIES.

Philadelphia, pa.

Philadelphia, pa.

CORN EXGHANGENATIONALBANK FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK
CHESTNUT

STREET,

CORNER

OF P H IL A D E L P H IA .

SECOND.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

Statement of condition April 80, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts....................................................$22,720,36898
Due from b a n k s ............................................................
2,046,409 96
Cash and reserve...................... ...................................
3,888,514 36
Exchanges for clearing house...............................
2,312,022 41

ASSETS.
Loans and investments ................. ........................... 89,376,275 77
Due from ba nks . ........ ................................................... 2,428,985 33
Cash and reserve........................................................
3,677,169 89

$19,006,315 73

LIABILITIES.
C a p i t a l .............................
$1,000,000 00
Surplus and net prof it s.............................. ...............
1,265,381 oa
Ci rc u l a t io n......................................
999,995 00
D e p o s i t s .......................................................................... 1 6 ,7 0 0 , 9 3 9 7*

$14,482,430 99

LIABILITIES.
Capital.................................................. .........................

$500,000 00

$19,906,315 73

600,000 00
Surplu*.................................................................
Net profit*................ .......................... ........................
170,49028
CJrc Oat Ion,.................... ............................................. .
455,40000
Deposits........................................................ .......... .
12,756,540 72
$14,482,430 09
S S N J A M I N O I T i t KN8, President.

Ofi'lCHUtB:

fIMNUY T A T N A L L , Prosldont.

J AMBS W. ALWX ANDKIl,
W I L L I A M H. It ARN1SB,

DEPOSITOR.Y OF T H E UNI TED STATE S,
■ STATE OF P E N N S Y L V A N I A AND C I T Y OF PH I LA D E L P H I A.

lit liKCTORH:
W I L L I A M F. I I A I U U T V .

H MU15L T. HOOINB,
A
JAMES C, BROOKS.

CI1AK. % CA r , W E L l „ Cashier.

M, N. W U . L I T S Jn „ A s . ’t Ca s h i e r .

J. It, MOAl.LlHTBH, f^Jdilor,

M p, PABHMOHJB, Assistant Cnshlur.
.

JOHN H. (TON V 1 ItS IS
C
,
T H O M A S o r . W I T T r iJ Y I.K U ,

F R A N K It. III I'P L M ,
J AMES II. II Y DU,

W IL L IA M U, JtCNK JACOB 11. s e n i f f ,
MOW A HI) B. S M I T H ,

J O S E P H O. OA I! I , [ N O T H '

0150 HO It If. l i t A FH J
1 IE N K Y C. FRICK,

9

M 8 N R Y T’ A T N A l . l

MOV! (J VVK1K

TOlasbin^ton, S>. G

IRorfolfe, Da*

The Riggs National Bank T he N orfolk N ational Bank.
Statement of condition April 30, 1902 .

Statement of condition April 30, 1902,
RESOURCES.
Loans, discounts and investments..................... $4> 1 » ** °9
45 3
Bankinghouse................. ........................................
343, 71 582
Due from banks (not reserve agents)..................
893,761 47
Cash and reserve.....................................................
2,135,73354
Total.................................................................... $ 7,824,621 92
LIABILITIES.
Capital......................................................................
Surplus and net profits...........................................
Deposits— Individual....................... $6,501,386 96
B a n k ................................
402,11388

$500,000 00
421,02108
6,903,50084

T o t a l ................................................................... $ 7,824,621 92
OFFICERS:
CHARLES C. GLOVER, President.
THOMAS HYDE, Vice President.
ARTHUR T. BRICE, Cashier.
JAMES M. JOHNSTON, 2 Viee-Prest.
d
WM. J. FLATHER Ass’t. Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
CHARLES C. GLOVER, THOMAS HYDE,
JAMES M. JOHNSTON,
ARTHUR T. BRICE,
WM. J. FLATHER,
R. ROSS PERRY,
'
THOS. F. WALSH,
HENRY HURT.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts .............................................. $1,951,71028
U. S. bonds, p a r .........................................................
1,100,00000
Other bonds..................................................................
321,30000
Banking house, assessed value...................................
25,00000
Cash................................................... $169,507 08
Due from banks................................
551,133 97
720,641 0$
$ 4 ,118,05133
LIABILITIES,
Capital..................................... .
Surplus and undivided profits
Circulation.............................. .
Deposits...................................
U. S. bond account..................

$400,000 00
407,917 3*
400.000 00
2,810,7 3 s 97

100.000 00

$4 ,118,661 3a
CALDWELL HARDY, President.
A. B. SCHWARZKOPF, Cashier.

C. W. GRANDY, Vice-President,
W. A. GODWIN, Agst. Cashier.

W IT H W E L L E S T A B L IS H E D C O N N E C T IO N S, T H I8 B A N K H A 8 UN8U R P A 88E D
F A C IL IT IE S IN E V E R Y B R A N C H O F L E G IT IM A T E B A N KIN G .
ACCOUNTS

or

BANKS

AND

BANKERS

R E C E IV E D

ON

MO S I

FAVO R ABLE TERM S.

FO R E IG N E X C H A N G E , L E T T E R S O F C R E D IT , C A B L E T R A N S F E R S ,
C O L L E C T IO N S , O R D E R 8 FOR IN V E S T M E N T S .

Collections Made and Money Transferred to All Farts of the World,

Morfolk, ilia.

CITIZENS B A N K

T he

OF NORFOLK, VA.

IRew IPorft dit£.
T H E

M E R C H A N T S ’

P A N Y -N U M B E R

O R G A N IZ E D 1867.

T R U S T

C A P IT A L (paid in)
S U R P L U S AND P R O F IT S

C O M ­

B R O A D W A Y

320

$300,000
255,000

OFFICERS:
- C A P I T A L

A N D

S U R P L U S

W A L T E R K. D O Y L E , President.
W

$ 1, 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 - R E C E I V E S
O N

F A V O R A B L E

A C C O U N T S

T E R M S

P E R R Y , Vice-President.
T E N C H F. T I L G H M A N , Cashier.

A N D

INTEREST F A IR ON TIME DEPOSITS B Y SPECIA L CONTRACT
A L L O W S

IN T E R E S T

O N

D A IL Y
B IL L S OF E X C H A N G E IS S U E D ON A L L T H E P R IN C IP A L
C IT IE S O F E U R O P E .

B A L A N C E S .

CHARTER

A U T H O R IZ E S

TRU ST

AND

F ID U C IA R Y A C C O U N T 8.

A L L P R O F I T A B L E B U S IN E S S S O L IC IT E D .

:©altimoret /n>&*
Baltimore, /Iftfc.

MERCHANTS’ NATIONAL BANK.

National Union Bank

Statement at close of business April 80, 1902,

OF MARYLAND.

RESOURCES.
Loans and investments..........................................

C apital,
$900,000
S urplus and undivided profits, 285,000
D eposits, 3,500,000

$7,563,687 76

U. S. bonds...............................................................

1,000,000 00

Due from banks........................................................

1,633,842 15

Cash and reserve.....................................................

2,105,91765
$ 12,303,447 66

OFFICERS:

LIABILITIES.

tfVM. W I N C H E S T E R , President.
I.

Capital stock..........................................................

H. DIXON, Vice-President.
R O B E R T A. DIGGS, Cashier.

GIVEN

CORRESPONDENCE

844,339 47

C i r c u l a t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......

MILTON B. WILLIAMS, Asst. Cashier.

SPECIAL A TT EN TI ON

$1,500,000 00

Surplus and undivided profits................................

50,000 00

Deposits....................................................................

9,909,108 09
$ 12,303,447 66

TO COLLECTIONS.
OFFICERS.

INVITED.

DOUGLAS H. THOMAS, President.
J.

CLEVELAND WANDS, Assistant Cashier.

PROFITABLE

10

WM. INGLE, Cashier.

B U S I N E S S SOLI CITED.

Btlanta, 0a*

/iDacon, 0a*

A T L A N T A N A TIO N A L BANK AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
THE
O F

Statement of condition (condensed) April 30, 1902.

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902 .
R E S O U RC ES .
Loans and discounts.............................................
$ 753,751 62
140,000 00
United States bonds (par value)..........................
Banking house, furniture and fixtures..........................58,10000
Redemption f und..................................................
2,500 00
302,07895
Cash and sight exchange......................................

$4,273,366 55
$150,000
613,844
148,000
3,361,521

00
92
00
63

Total.............................................................. $1,256,430 57
LI ABI LI TI ES.
Capital stock.........................................................
Surplus and profits...............................................
Dividends unpaid..................................................
National bank notes outstanding.........................
Notes and bills rediscounted...............................
Deposits.................

$4,273,386 55
OFFICERS:
P. ROM ARE, Vice-President,
H. R. BLOODWORTH, Asst. Cashier

JAMES SWANN, President.
C. E. CURRIER, Cashier.

DIRECTORS:
JAMES SWANN,
P. ROMARE,
S. M. INMAN,
A. E. THORNTON,
F. E. BLOCK,
H. T. INMAN,
a E. CURRIER.
CORRESPONDENCE

1°

A

U N IT E D

G A .

O P E N E D A P R IL 13, 1891.

R E S O UR C ES .
Loans and discounts.............................................. $2,006,115 23
U. S. Bonds............................................................
300,000 00
Other bonds and stocks........................................
360,62880
Banking house and other real estate...................
88,012 78
Due from banks.......................................................
1 > 3!>653 35
0
Cash...........................
486,956 39

L IA BI LI TI E S .
Capital stock..........................................................
Surplus and undivided profits (net)......................
Circulation..............................................................
Deposits..................................................................

M A C O N ,

$250,00000
111,96337
1,472 00
50,000 00
83,248 65

759,748 55

T ot al ............................................................. $1,256,430 57
J. M. JOHNSTON, President.
R. J. TAYLOR, Vice-President.
L. P. H1LLYER, Cashier.

S O L IC IT E D .

B U S IN E S S SO LIC IT E D .

ST A T E S D E P O S IT A R Y .

BuQusta, Georgia.

C O R R E SP O N D E N C E INVITED.

Hugusta, 0a.

GEORGIA RAILRO AD BANKEquitable Trust Company
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

A U G U S T A , G E O R G IA .

RESOURCES.
Loans and^discounts...............................

$1,651,562 08

Bonds and stocks (property of Bank) —

60,806 00

T akes full charge of R eal and P ersonal

Real estate, banking house and fixtures

96,023 69

Es ta te s , A cts as T r ustee , A d m in is tr a to r ,

Due from other banks............................

241,089 59

Cash.........................................................

128,226 09

G uardian , C o m m it t e e , Assignee , R e c e iv e r ,
F iscal and T ransfer A g en ts , Et c .

$2,177,707 45

L IA B I L I T I E S .
Capital stock.................

$200,000 00

R eceives Savings D eposits and P ays 4 per

Undivided profits....................................................

208,899 73

C E N T IN T E R E S T T H E R E O N , C O M P O U N D E D S E M I­

Due depositors and banks.....................................

1,768,807 72

AN N U A LLY.

$2,177,707 45

OFFICERS:
JACOB PH IN IZY, President.
CHARLE8 G. GOODRICH, Cashier
HAMILTON EL HICKMAN, Vice-President.

CHAS. G. GOODRICH, P r e s id e n t .
JOHN W . DICKEY, V ice -P r e s id e n t .

DIRECTORS:
CHARLES G. GOODRICH,
HENRY D. M’DANIEL,
JAMES TOBIN,
LEONARD PHINIZY,
JAMES H. ALEXANDER
W ILLIAM A. LATIMER.
JACOB PH INIZY,
JAMES WHITE,
GEORGE A. SPEER,
HAMILTON. H. HICKMAN
HENRY B. KING.
ROBERT D. SPALDING

A LB E R T S. H A T C H , S ec . & T reas .

C A P IT A L A N D S U R P L U S , $ 2 2 8 ,0 0 0 .

IRew Orleans, Xa.

H IB ER N IA N A TIO N A L BANK
OF MEW ORLEANS,

TH E

Semi-annual statement April 30, 1902.

*300,000 00
600,000 00
0 5 .3 7 « 38
88,300 00 j
5,30800
5,538,944

OFFIOKKf!
Cosh Inr.

A N D R E W S T R V V A H T , V lo o - r r o s ld o t t t
I*. L . f i t It A U L T , A »*t.. O iih lo r .

UNSURPASSED FACIUTII8 FOR MAKING COLLECTIONS.

TRANSACTS

THE

MERCANTILE
UALS,

BROADWAY BUSINESS

FIRMS,

BANKS

SUPERIOR

AND

OF

INDIVID­

CORPORA­

11

FACILITIES

COLLECTING
OTHER
ENCE

4 0 ,0 1 0 , 0 4 4 19

0 K A .U L B S P A L P S K T ,

320

N ATIO NAL

TIONS.

ie, 618,844 1
9

i . W , O A S T M E S , ('r e s id e n t ,

C E N TR AL

B A N K — NO.

RESOURCES.
L o a ns and d i s c o u n t s . . . . . . . . . . .................................... * $4,001,107 14
U, S. and other b o n d s ...................................... ......... 298,6x1 82
Ba nk building and real e s t a t e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
76,72864
Cash...,.,,
......... .
93 8,472 90
Si ght e x c h a n g e , .......................... . . ...................................
i,a77,°a3
I
Five per cent f u n d , . * --------------------------------------5,00000

•LIABILITIES.
Capi tal a t o e k . .................................... ........... ........... .
S u r p l u s . ..................................... ................................. .
P r o f i t s . . . . . . . ......... ............................... ...........................
C i r c u l a t i o n . . . .......................... .........................................
Di vidends unpai d. ....... ...................................................
D e p o s i t s ........... ................................................. ................

IFlew JJorl? Gttv>.

EXCHANGE

CITIES.

INVITED.

FOR
ON

CORRESPOND­

IRasbvUle, Cenn.

Umoiville, Cenn.

THE FOURTH NATIONAL BANK

CITY NATIONAL BANK OF KNOXVILLE.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

Statement of condition December 31, 1901.
RESOURCES.
Loans ...................................
United States bonds...........
Premiums on bonds............
Overdrafts...........................
Stocks and mortgages........
Banking house and fixtures
C as h :
Wi th reserve agents---Wi th other banks...........
In our vaults..................

A SS E T S .
Loans and discounts............
U. S.bonds.............................
Bonds, stocks and securities
Banking house and fixtures.
Other real estate.................. .
Premiums paid.....................
Due from U. S. Treasurer...
Cash and due from banks....

.................... $1,200,552 11
....................
200,000 00
....................
12,500 00
...................
5»321 08
....................
39,095 13
....................
5,000 00
$398,630 63
110,422 20
157,396 37

666,449 20

W IL L IA M

$200,000
51,336
200,000
12,000
1,665,581

................

00
35
00
00
17

.................
120,000 00
282,138 00
---------------.................
.................
.................

Circulation.............................
Deposits.................................
Reserve for t a x e s .................

$ 2,128,917 52
President.
J. P. HAYNES, Vice-President.
WM, T. M ARFIELD, Cashier.

$600,000 00

402,138
299,985
2,967,446
6,500

00
00
8$
00

$4,276,069 89
J. H. F A L L , Vice-President,
G. W. PYLE , Asst. Cashier.

SAM’L J, KE ITH , President,
J. T. HOW ELL, Cashier.

s. SHIELDS,

1,250,755 39

$4 ,276,069 89

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in............
Surplus fund......................... .
Undivided profits..................

” $ 2,128,917 52
LIABILITIES.
Capital paid in........................................................
Surplus and profits, net.........................................
Currency outstanding...........................................
Dividend No. 5 2 .......................................................
Deposit s...................................................................

................. $2,425,101 78
.................
300,000 00
.................
209,112 7^
.................
58,000 00
.................
100 00
.................
18,000 00
.................
15,000 00

T H IS BANK HAS LA R G ER SU R PLU S AN D PRO FITS THAN ALL O TH ER BA N K S
IN T H IS C IT Y C O M BIN ED .

YOUR ACCOUNT IS SOLICITED.
W E W IL L H A N D L E YOUR T E N N E S S E E B U SIN E S S IN BULK.

ALL B R A N C H E S OF L E G IT IM A T E BA NKING T R A N S A C T E D .

fmorville, Certn.

IRasbvtlle, Cenn,

E S T A B L IS H E D 1872.

AM ERICAN

Ea s t T n n e s s e e N t io n a l B k
e
a
an

OF NASHVILLE, TENN.

OF KNOXVILLE, TENN.

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans, discounts and securities......
Overdrafts...........................................
United States bonds..........................
Banking house and other real estate
Due from reserve age nt s..................... $227,305
Due from banks.................................... 285,811
Due from U. S. Treasurer...................
5, 75°
C a s h ...................................................... 167,972

RESOURCES.
Loans and investments.............
$1,983,799 36
Due from banks and bankers..................................
375,243 63
Clearing House exchanges......................................
22,137 02
Cash and reserve.....................................................
676,416 21

$1,102,334 96
2,158 83
125,000 00
93,550 67
50
86
00
55

LIABILITIES.
Capital s t o c k ...........................................................
Surplus fund and profits (net) — ...........................
Circulation..............................................................
Deposits—
Individuals.................. •................ $1,516,953 45
Banks..............................................
37,549 74

T ot a l ................................................................ $ 3,057,596.22
686,839 91
$ 2,009,884 37
$175,000 O
O
205,381 18
75,000 00

LIABILITIES.
Capital......................................................................
Surplus and undivided profits................................
Deposits...................................................................
Circulation........................................................
T o t a l ............................................................. .

$1,000,000
31,308
1,976,287
50,000

00
83
39
00

$ 3,057, 696^22

1, 554,503 19
OFFICERS:
W. W BERRY, President

$2,009,884 37
S T A T E AND U N IT E D S T A T E S DEPOSITO RY.

Special Attention given to Collections.

N A T IO N ABLA N K

A. H. ROBINSON, Vice-President.

Correspondence Invited..

N. P. LESUEUR, Cashier.

OFFICERS:
F. L. FISHER, President.
E. J. SANFORD, Vice-President.
S. V. CARTER, Cashier.

W e d e s ir e y o u r b u s i n e s s a n d w i l l g r a n t y o u ©very f a v o r
c o n s is te n t w i t h safe b a n k i n g .

Ifort Movtb, C eias.

Houston, Cexas.

SOUTH TEXAS NATIONAL BANK

Fort W orth National Bank

OF H O U S T O N , T E X A S .

Report of condition April 30, 1902.
Statement of condition April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts...............................................
United States bonds...............................................

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $1,1 20,539 59
U. S. bonds and premiums......................................
83,285 55
Stocks, securities, e t c............................................
44,16302
Banking house, furniture and fixtures.................
72,411 77
Other real estate.....................................................
40,258 24
Cash in vault and with other banks....................
1,179,40361
Redemption fund with U.S. Treasurer.................
4,000 00

$1,205,690 54
100,000 00

Stocks and bonds.....................................................

6,525 00

Banking house and fixtures...................................

5,000 00

Cash and exchange..................................................

791,600 76
$ 2,108,816 30

L ABILITIES.

$2,544,061 78

Capital stock............................................... - ............

$300,00000

Surplus and profits..................................................

LIABILITIES,
Capital stock...........................................................
Surplus funds...........................................................
Undivided profits— net............................................
Circulation..............................................................
Deposits...................................................................

246,15637

Circulation................................................................

100,000 00

Deposits....................................................................

1,462,659 93
$ 2,108,816 30

P R O F IT A B L E

BU SIN E SS

95,937 94
70,400 00
i , 777, 723 84
$2,544,061 78

OFFICERS:
. M. VAN ZANDT, President,
R. L. ELLISON, Vice-President,
N. HARDING, Cashier,
L. C. HUTCHINS, Ass’t Cashier.
ALL

$500,000 00
100,00000

OFFICERS:
CHAS. D ILLING H AM , President.
O. T. HOLT, 2d Vice-President.
J. E. MCASHAN, Cashier.

SO LIC IT E D

H. BRASHBAR, 1st Vice-President.
H. F. Ma c GREGOR, 3d Vice-Pres.
C, A. McKINNEY, Asst. Cashier.

ACCO UN TS SO LIC IT ED .

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Birmingham, Bla.

/Ihontgomers, Bla.

T he M
erchants X uPn t e r’ sNa tio n al B nk THE FIRSTNATIONAL
’
a

BANK

OF BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

Statement of condition April 30, 1902.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................
U. S. bonds, stocks, etc........................................

$594)635 13
96,56813

Demand loans on cotton...................$280,000 00
Alabama State bonds........................
87,00000
Cash in vault and due from other
banks............................................. 919)63687

1,286,63687
$1,977,834 13

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock.......................................................

$250,000 00

124,397 93

Surplus and net profits........................................
Circulation............................................................

50,000 00
i ,553,436

Deposits..............

2x

$1,977,834 13
ROBT. GOLDTHWAITE, Presid’t.
M P. LeGRAND, Vice-President.
.
S. B. MARKS JR., Cashier.

Largest Capital, largest Surplus and largest Deposits
0/ any bank in City.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................ $2,875,16057
Overdrafts.................................................................
1,16678
U. S. bonds and premiums................................
103,50000
Other stocks and bonds........................................
10,92100
Bank building......................................................
51,000 00
Cash and due from banks, etc...................................
1,249,29278
$4,291,041 13
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock............................................................
$250,00000
Surplus and profits..............................................
200,17558
Circulation................................................................
50,00000
Deposits—
Individual..................................... $3,159,422 02
Bank............................................
581,443 53
United States...............................
50,000 00
3,790,86555
’ $4,291,041 13
OFFICERS:
W. P. G. HARDING, President.
J. H. WOODWARD, Vice-President.
J. H. BARR, Vice-President.
W W. CRAWFORD, Cashier.
.
U NI TE D

STATES

DEPOSITARY.

FOR QUICK, SAFE AND ECONOM RETURNS, SEND YOUR ITEM TO U
IC
S
8.

OIRECT CONNECTIONS THROUGHOUT ALABAM AND ADJOINING STATES.
A
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY.

Birmingham, Bla,

Ylhohlle, Bla.

A L A B A M A N A T I O N A L BA N K ,

PEOPLE’S BANK OF MOBILE, ALA.

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans...................................................................
$907,468 48
United States Bonds............................................
100,00000
Premium on bonds ............................................
5,500 00
Real Estate...............................................
73,95° 00
Due from United States.......................... $2,50000
Due from banks....................................... 165,97375
Cash in vault.......................................177,74219
346,21594

Statement of condition January 2, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Bills receivable................................................... $1,113,40555
Bonds and stocks.................................................
265,833 0
0
Banking house and safety vaults........................
15,000 00
Demand loans...................................$288,113 *5
Cash on hand.................................... 202,246 56
Due by banks and bankers................ 302,85645
793,21616
Real estate...........................................................
3,565 75

$1,432,134 42
$2,191,020 40
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock................................................... ..
$2vo,ooo 00 LIABILITIES.
Surplus and profit................................................
25,944 14
Capital.................................................................
$150,00000
Circulation..........................................................
50,000 00
Surplus.................................................................
150,000 0
0
Deposits—
Undivided profits..................................................
217,99360
Individual............................................ $939,94293
United States.....................................
50,00000
Semi-annual dividend No. 33 (6 per cent)...........
9,000 0
0
Banks................................................. 166,247 35 1,156,19028
Extra dividend (4 per cent).................................
6,000 0
0
Dividends unpaid....................
58 0
0
$1,432,134 42
Due depositors..................................................... 1,440,64300
OFFICERS:
Due banks and bankers........................................
217,32586
J, B. COBBS, President.
H. H. MAYBERRY, Vice-President.
W A. PORTER, Cashier.
.
S. McGAUGHY, Assistant Cashier.
$2,191,020 46
C. M WILLIAMSON. Assistant Cashier.
.

UNITED STA T E S DEPOSITARY.

This Bank Offers Depositors Every Facility W
hich Their Balances,
Business and Responsibility Warrant.
SPECIAL A T T E N T IO N GIVEN T O COLLECTIONS.

J. W. WHITING, President.
T. S. BIDGOOD Jr., Cashier.

J. B. DAVIS, Vice-President,
JAS. W LITTLE, Assistant Cashier.
.

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD.

PROM PTNE SS IN BUSINESS MATTERS OUR SPECIALTY.

Xoulsvllle, 1 p
K

Xouisville,

NATIONAL BANK OF KENTUCKY Union

National Bank,
OF LOUISVILLE.

OF LOUISVILLE, KY.

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.
ORGANIZED I 8TATE, - 1834.
1 NATIONAL, 1900.

$1,645,000 00.
1, 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 0 0 .

C A P IT A L
SUR PLU S, ■

$

RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts..................................... ......$2,384,338 56
Overdrafts........... .................................
94869
United States Bonds (Par value)......................... 1,026,000 00
Other Bonds and Securities............................ .....
231,364 88
Furniture and Fixtures.......................... ..............
6,000 00
Due from Treasurer United States......................
25.05° 00
Cash and exchange................................ .............. 2,075,320 37
$5,748,022 60
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock......................................................
Surplus and Profits...................
Circulation............................................................
Fund to Pay Taxes................................. .
Deposits .................................. .......... .................

OFFICERS:
OSCAR FENLKY, President.

K. W . H A Y S , Ciwbi«r,
D. W .G R A Y, Assistant Cashier
J. WOOD, Assistant. Cashier.

J . M. A T H E R T O N , View-President.,

T.

DIRECTORSGKO. W t MORRIS.
JO HN M. A TH E R TO N ,
G. C. ME NOEL.
W. W. TII TR,
JU D G E JOHN W

BARK.

JOHN STITK3,
H O W A R D M. OKIHWWLP
H E N R Y W. P.ARRET,
S. ZORN.
ALEX. P. H U M P H R E Y ,

$500,000 00
251,18934
361,00000
9> * ®
*
4,627,616 32

$5,748,022 50
OFFICERS:
h. O. COX. PrwMont,
CJIAH. G. STRATUM, 81VlctM
<
'ra*.
JOHN DHKRHOEFER, 1 V *« f'ros,
st lC
A. R WHITE, C tiler.
.
/vn
ACCOUNTS OF IN IVID AL"., FIRM CORRQRATIONB
D
U
S,
AND BANKS RECEIVED
FAVORABLE FIRMS,

OSCAR Ff'lNLKY.

13

Chicago,

Chicago, fU.

NationalBank of the R epublic

COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
OF

Condition at close of business April 30, 1902.

C H IC A G O ,

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.......................$7 .4 9 1 .0 5 9 37
U. S. and other bonds...................
235.930 15 $7,726,989 52
27,614 00
Real estate......................................... ..................
Furniture and fixtures........................
Due from banks and U. S. Treasurer..
Cash....................................................

ill.

10,000 00
4,495.t76 43
2,797.944 4i

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts... ............ ........................ ..$20,281,396 41
Overdrafts...........................................................
1,04552
Real estate..........................................................
55,079 23
U. S. bonds and other bonds and stocks.............
1,588,709 51
Due from U. S. Treasurer....................................
32,000 00
Cash and due from other banks.......................... 12,516,834 17

$34,475,064 84
LIABILITIES.
Total,
$15,057,724 36
Capital stock paid i n ...................
$2,000,000 00
Surplus fund.................................
1,000,000 00
LIABILITIES.
Undivided profits........................
444,307 14
Capital stock paid in............................................ $1,000,00000
National bank notes outstanding
500,000 00
Surplus and profits (net)...........................................
271,45285
Deposits............................ .........
30,530,757 70
Circulation.................................................................
49,99750
$34,476,064 84
Deposits.................................................................... 13,736,27401
OFFICERS
JOHN C. McKEON, Vice-President
Total.....................................................................$15,057,724 3
6 JAMES H. ECKELS, President.
D. VERNON, 2d Vice-President.
JOSEPH T. TALBERT, Cashier.
N. R. LOSCH, Asst. Cashier.
OFFICERS;
DIRECTORS:
JOHN A. LYNCH, President.
R. M. McKINNEY, Assistant Cashier.
FRANKLIN MAC VEAGH,
W. T. FENTON, Yice-Pres.
R. L. CRAMPTON, Assistant Cashier.
JESSE SPALDING,
N. K. FAIRBANK,
JAMES H. ECKEL8,
J. H. CAMERON Cashier.
W. F. DODGE, 2d Assistant Cashier.
WM. J. CHALMERS.
ROBT. T. LINCOLN,
JOHN C. McKEON,
E. H. GARY,
PAUL MORTON.
THOMAS JANSEN, Auditor.

THE CHICAGO NATIONAL BANK
No. 152 Monroe Street, Chicago.
S T A T E M E N T A T C L O S E O F B U S I N E S S A P R I L 30, 1902.
T h is B a n k n o w o c c u p ies its n e w b u ild in g , a n d is

RESOURCES.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS-....................................... $10,192,89849
O V E R D R A F T S ...........................................................
8,90576
50,00000
U. S. BONDS FOR C IR C U L A T IO N .........................
O T H E R BONDS ON H A N D ...................................... 2,892,39957
BANKING HOUSE & SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS250,000 00
CASH ON HAND
..................... $4,152,423 54
C IT Y C H E C K S ................................
642,427 84
DUE FROM BANKS.......................... 2,630,066 46
DUE FROM U. S. TREASURER ....
39,000 00 7,463,917 84

f u lly e q u ip p e d to care f o r tk e a c c o u n ts o f B a n k s a n d
B a n k e rs.
tk o se w h o

D IR E C T O R S.
C. K. G. BILLINGS,
J. R. WALSH,
ANDREW MCNALLY,
F. M. BLOUNT,
MAURICE ROSENFELD,
JOHN M. SMYTH,
W ILLIAM BEST.

LIABILITIES.

TOTAL

c o n te m p la te m a k in g c h a n g e s o r o p e n in g

n e w acc o u n ts.

T O T A L ................................................................ $20,858,12166

C A PITA L STOCK PAID IN.................................. $1,000,000 00
SURPLUS FUND................................................... 1,000,000 00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS..........................................
279,298 15
N A TIO N A L BANK NOTES O U T S T A N D IN G ......
50,000 00
INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS...............$15,399,771 97
DUE B A N K S — .................................. 3,129,051 54 18,528,823 51

I t re s p e c tfu lly so lic its c o rre sp o n d e n c e w i t k

O FFICER S.
J. R. WALSH, P resident .
F. M. BLOUNT, V ice-P res .
ANDREW M cNALLY, V.- P res . T. M. JACKSON, C ashier.
F. W. McLEAN, A sst . C ashier.

$20,858,121 66

Chicago, fill.

The Hibernian Banking Association
REPORT AT COMMENCEMENT OF BUSINESS MAY 12, 1902.
L IA B IL IT IE S.

RESOURCES.

LOANS AND DISCOUNTS.................................. $7,300,926 62 CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN................................
OVERDRAFTS...................................................
17,345 61 UNDIVIDED PROFITS......................................
BONDS AND SECURITIES................................. 1,326,523 33 SAVINGS DEPOSITS, SUBJECT TO NOTICE ....
REAL ESTATE..................................................
117,758 64 INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, SUBJECT TO CHECK
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES..........................
9,441 92 TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS...........
CHECKS AND OTHER CASH ITEMS................
55,947 07 DEMAND CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.........
CASH ON HAND...............................................
605,370 26 CERTIFIED CHECKS.........................................
DUE FROM BANKS..-........................................ 2,200,928 62 CASHIER’S CHECKS..........................................
DUE BANKS AND BANKERS...........................
TOTAL................................................... $ 11,634,242 07

OHN V. CLARKE, President.
LOUIS B. CLARKE, 3d Vice-President.

JOHN V. CLARKE,
JAMES R. McKAY,

HENRY B. CLARKE,
J£SSE SPAULDING,

$600,000 00

351,980 40
9,008,106 05
1,464,297 57
200,000 00
30,331 00
26,796 48
3,238 57
49,492 00

TOTAL.......................................... $ 11,634,242 07

O FFIC ER S:
HENRY B. CLARKE, Vice-President.
HAMILTON B. DOX, Cashier.

D. R. LEWIS, ad Vice-President.
JOHN W. MAC GEAGH, Asst. Cashier,

D IR E C T O R S :
HAMILTON B. DOX,
CHARLES F. SPAULDING,
LOUIS B. CLARKE,
D. R. LEWIS,

B. F. ROGERS,
HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE

SOLICITS THE ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, TRADERS AND OTHERS.
14

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Tkansas Cit£, /IDo.

ad o .

THE UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY

The N a t io n a l Ba n k o f S t.J o seph
UNITED S T A T E S DEPOSITORY.

S t.J

o seph

OF KANSAS CITY, MO.

, Mo.

E ST A B LISH E D 1873.
ORGANIZED A S A N A T IO N A L B A N K 18S8.

C A P IT A L ,

Return at close of business April 30, 1902,
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................ $2,440,71613
U. S. bonds...........................................................
225,780 00
Bankinghouse.........................................
25,00000
Cash and reserve..................................................
1,825,658 78

T R A N S AC T S A

GENERAL

TRUST

CO M PANY

BUSINESS.

Acts as Trustee, Receiver or Assignee; also as Executor or Gaardian.
Acts as Trustee under Mortgages or Deeds of Trust; and as
Agent for the Registration and Transfer of Stocks and Bonds,
and for the Payment of Coupons and Dividends.

Total............................................................. $4,517,154 90
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In............................................
Surplus and undivided profits..............................
National bank notes outstanding........................
Deposits................................................................

- - $250,000 00

$100,00000
197,573 38
100,000 00
4,119,581 52

ACTS IN CONNECTI ON WITH FOREIGN TRUST COMPANIES
ON T H E MOST FAVORABLE TERMS.

Total............................................................. $4,617,154 90
L. C. BURNES, President.

officers :

HUSTON WYETH,
1Vice-President*.
JAS. N. BURNicS Jr ., > V C -Fresiaent*.
10
E. D. MCALLISTER, Cashier.

W. B. CLARKE, President.
A. A. TOMLINSON, Vice-President.
J. W. BARNEY, Secretary.
E. S. BI GELOW, Treasurer.

M ere than usual fa c ilitie s for Collections throughout K a n sa s,
Nebraska, Iowa, a
Northwest Missouri.

(ffiftraijfr.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION.

RESO U R CES.
DI SCOUNTS.............. 1..............................................

JUNE 9, 1902.

$10,877,324 83
1,302,918 75
7,249,795 75

$16,296,388 65

LOANS AND
B O N D S ...............................................................................................
CASH AND E XC H A N G E ..................................................................

JUNE 9, 1901.

$8,476,727 64

$19,430,039 33

......

L IA B IL IT IE S .
$2,000,000 00
1,000,356 52
16,429,682 81

CAPITAL STOCK FU L L Y P A I D .....................................................
8URPLUS AND P R O F I T S ...............................................................
D E P O S I T 8 ..................................................................................... .
$16,296,388 55

O F F IC E R S

$19,430,039 33

;

Edwin A. Potter, President.
John Jay Abbott, Cashier.
Joy Morton, Vice-President.
O. C. Decker, Assistant Cashier.
J. R. Chapman, 2d Vice-President.
Frank H. Jones, Secretary.
W. P. Kopf, Assistant Secretary.

Chicago, nil.

The Continental National Bank
OF CH I CA GO.
STATEMENT

AT

CLOSE

OF

BU SIN ESS

APRIL

SO,

1902.

LIA BILITIE S.

RESOURCES.
L O A N S A N D D I SC O U N T S . . .$2 6 ,3 2 8 ,2 3 7 88
S T O C K S A N D B O N D S .............. 1 ,0 3 7 ,0 1 7 26
— ........$2 8 ,3 6 6 ,2 6 5 13
U. S. B O N D S TO S E C U R E C I R C U L A T I O N ’..
6 0 ,0 0 0 00

C A P I T A L S T O C K P A I D I N ................................ $3 ,0 0 0 .0 0 0 00

O V E R D R A F T S ...........................................
R E A L E S T A T E ....................

D E P O S I T S .................................................................... 3 9 ,4 3 7 ,6 6 4 68

S U R P L U S F U N D ....................................................

7 6 0 ,0 0 0 00

U N D I V I D E D P R O F I T S ........................................

2 7 9 ,8 1 7 40

C I R C U L A T I O N .............................................

1 6 ,8 4 6
78
3 6 ,3 0 6 29

6 0 ,0 0 0 00

D U E FROM B A N K S A N D
U, 3 . T R E A S U R E R .............. $7 ,8 0 6 ,6 9 4 68
C A S H ................................................

9 ,2 4 4 ,1 8 1 *6 1 7 ,0 4 9 ,0 7 6 86
.......... $4 3 ,6 1 7 , 3 8 2 06

T o t a l -----

.$ 4 3 ,617,382 06

TOTAL

OFFICERS :

JOHN C. B L A C K , President.
G E O R G E M . R E Y N O L D S , Vi ce-Presi dent and Cashier.

IRA P, B O W E N , As el i t ant Cashier,
B E N J A M I N S. M A Y E R , Asslntant Cashier.

W . W . H I L L , Secretar y.

A

GENERAL

FOREIG N

EXCHANGE

BUSINESS

TRANSACTED.

Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Mercantile Firms and In lividuals Received on Fauora'do Terms.
16

St. Xouts, /IDo.

St. Xouts, /IDo.

M ississippi V alley T rust C o. MERCANTI LE

COMPANY.

TRUST

Report of condition April 30, 1902.

C apital,
Surplus,

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts.................................................$ i 7*338,373 26
Bonds and stocks.....................................................
9,107,01160
Real estate................................................................
228,11721
Due from banks and trust companies...................
4, 397>
984 59
Overdrafts.................................................................
59,780 31
Cash and cash items................................................
790,784 57
106,420 00
All other resources.................................................

TRANSACTS

$32,028,471 54
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock............................................................ $3,000,000 00
Surplus......................................................................
3,500,000 00
Undivided profits.....................................................
835,08479
Dividends unpaid.....................................................
906 50
D e p o s i t s ................................................................

Liabilities other than those above stated...........

ELMER B„ ADAMS,
W ILLIAM SON BACON,
JAMES E. BROCK,
CHARLES CLARK,
H. I. DRUMMOND,
AUGUSTE B. EWING,
D AVID R. FRANCIS,

A GENERAL TRUST, FINANCIAL
REAL ESTATE BUSINESS.

AND

INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CHECK.

OFFICERS:

2 4 ,5 4 1 ,3 3 0 49

151,149 76

FESTUS J. WADE, President.
CORWIN H. SPENCER, Vice-Pres.
GEORGE W. WILSON, Treasurer
LORENZO E. ANDERSON, Vice-Pres.
W IL L IA M M AFFITT, Asst. Treas.
JO N ATH AN RICE, Vice-Pres.
JOHN H KRUSE, Asst. Treas
C. H. M cM ILLAN, Secretary.
JACOB KLE IN, Counsel.
J. B. MOBERLY, Asst. Secretary.
V IR G IL M. HARRIS, Trust Officer.
A. V. REYBURN, Manager Safe Deposit Department.

$ 32,028,471 64
OFFICERS:
JULIUS S. W ALSH, President,
HENRY C. IBBOTSON, 2d Asst. 8ec.
BRECKINRIDGE JONES,
FREDERICK VIERLING, T r’stOfficer.
1st Vice President and Connsel. H. S. AMES, Asst. Trust Officer.
SAMUEL E. HOFFMAN, 2d Y.-Pres. W. G. LACKEY, Asst, Trust Officer.
JAMES E. BROCK. Secretary.
FRANK P. HAYS, Bond Officer.
HUGH R. LYLE , Asst. Secretary.
EUGENE H. BENOIST, R’l Est. Officer.
W. B. PRICE, Safe Deposit Officer.
DIRECTORS:
AUGUST GEHNER,
GEO. H. GODDARD,
S. E. HOFFMAN,
CHAS. H. HUTT1G,
BRECKINR GE JONES,
WM. F. NOLKER.
WM. D. ORTHW EIIfr

$3,000,000
$6,500,000

DIRECTORS:
LORENZO E. ANDERSON,
GEO. W A R R E N BROWN,
JAMES W. BELL,
P A U L BROWN,
JAMES G. BUTLER.
JAMES CAMPBELL,
GUSTAY CRAMER,
L. D. DOZIER,

H. C LAY PIERCE,
J. RAMSEY JR.,
MOSES RUMSEY,
J. C. V A N BLARCOM,
JULIUS S. W ALSH,
ROLLA W ELLS
M U RR AY CARLETON

C. F. GAUSS,
H. GRIESEDIECK JR.,
EM HlRSON McMILLIN,
C. H. McMILLAN.
W IL L IA M M A FFITT,
GEO. D. M ARKHAM ,
DAN. C. NUGENT,
V A L L E REYBURN,

JO N ATH AN RICE,
H A R R Y SCULLIN,
CORWIN H. SPENCER
J. SPIEG ELH ALTER,
JOHN S SU LLIV AN ,
FES TUS J. WADE,
D. D. W A LK E R ,
GEORGE W. WILSON.

St. 3LouiS, /IDo.

THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF ST. LOUIS.
Statement at close of business , April 30, 1902.

St. Xouts, /IDo.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $10,749,591 00
U. S. bonds (including premium)..........................

2,797,300 00

Stocks and b o n d s ........................... .......................

1,084,78768

Banking b o u s e .........................................................

200,00000

Other real estate.....................................................

11,000 00

Cash and sight exchange........................................

National Bank of Commerce

9,054,982 02

in St. Louis,

$ 23,897,660 70
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock..........................................................

$2,000,000 00

Sur pl us .....................................................................
Undivided profits....................................................

C apital, S urplus and Profits,

1,000,000 00
188,64856

Reserve for taxes, year 1 9 0 2 ............................... .

20,000 00

Circulation...............................................................

2,000,000 00

Deposit s...................................................................

-

$7,000,000
7,500,000

18,689,01214
$ 23,897,660 70

OFFICERS:
C ,H. IIU TTIG , President.
W. B. WELLS, Vice-President.

G. W. G ALBR EATH , Cashier.
J. R. COOKE, Assistant Cashier

St. Xouis, /IDo.

ST.

LOUIS.

T he M echanics’N ational Bank American Exchange Bank
O F

ST.

L O U IS .

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Discounts and loans............................................... $6,520,992 01
Bonds, stocks, etc....................................................
1,354,598 84
Cash and exchange..................................................
4,039,10093
Due from U. S. Treasurer......................................
55,000 00

C apital, full paid, $ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 00
S urplus,

-

-

5 0 0 ,0 0 0 00

Total......................................................................... $ 11,969,691 7
8
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock................................................................ $1,000,00000
Surplus funds................................................................
500,00000
Undivided earnings.................................................
119,10190
National bank notes outstanding..............................
996,49750
Deposits.........................................................................
9,352,80213
Dividends unpaid........................................................
1,29025

A C C O U N T S S O L IC IT E D .

Two P er Cent Paid on Bankers’ Balances.

Total....................................................................$ 11,969,691 78

C O L L E C T IO N S ON

R. R. HUTCHINSON, President.
D. K. FERGUSON, Vice-President.
B. B. GRAHAM , Vice-Pres.
C. O. AUSTIN, Cashier.
POPE STURGEON, Asst. Cashier.
JOSEPH L. H A N LE Y, 2d Asst. Cashier.
R, R. HUTCHINSON,
JAMES GREEN,
D. K. FERGUSON.
I9AAC SCHWAB,
JAS. T. DRUMMOND,

DIRECTORS:
R. M. HUBBARD,
HENRY NICOLAUS.
MORRIS GLASER,
CHAS, H. ACKERT,
B. B. GRAHAM,

C. G. KNOX,
W. J. KIN SELLA,
CIIAS. H. TURNER,
J. B. DESNOYERS.
H. J. M ILLER.

W H O L E S T A T E OF MISSOURI S O L IC IT E D .

OFFICERS:
W A L K E R H I L L , President.
E P H R O N CATLIN, Vice-President.
L. A. BATTAILE, Cashier.

T H E AC C O UN T S OF BA N K 8 AND M E R C A N T IL E AND M A NU FAC T U RIN G
C O RPO RA TIO NS S P EC IAL LY SOLICITED.

EMISON CHANSLOR, Asst. Cashier.

16

Cincinnati, ©bio.

Columbus, ©bio.
THE

The Fifth National Bank of Cincinnati MERCHANTS AND

MANUFACTURERS
NATIONAL BANK,

Statement at Close of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
L o a n s ........................................................................ $2,316,623 07
U. S. bonds and premiums......................................
312,83528
Bonds and s t o c k s ....................................................
328,16211
Real estate and fixtures.........................................
16,423 18
Due from banks andU.S. Treasury.. .$642,943 13
C a s h ..................................................... 458,878 51
1,101,821 64
$ 4,075,865 28

LIABILITIES. '
Capital stock...........
Surplus and profits .
Circulation..............
Deposits:
Individual..............
B a n k .....................
U. S. deposit s...... .
U.S. bond account

t

.$300,000 00
- 163,379 91
....................

$463,379 91
75,000 00

1,711,941 12
1,645,044 25
162,500 00

COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $2,871,800 7©
Overdrafts................................................................
10,150 97
U. S. bonds and premium.......................................
109,704 08
Bank building and fixtures....................................
239,261 28
Other real e s t at e .....................................................
12,51304
Stocks, securities, et c..............................................
25,91165
Cash and exchange..................................................
961,73747
Total.................................................................

18,000 00

$4,075,865 28

Comparative Statement of Deposits.
O C T O B E R 6, 1896 .................................................. $ 6 4 6 , 5 2 3 7 2

$500,000 00
200,000 00
62,64214
100,000 00
3,368,437 05

Total.................................................................

3,537,485 37

$4,231,079 19

LIABI LI TI ES.
Capital ....................................
Surplus...............
Undivided profits............... ...................................
Circulation.......................................................
Deposits........................

$4,231,079 19

S E P T E M B E R 20, 1898 ........................................ $ 1 , 3 7 6 , 5 8 1 3 4
S E P T E M B E R 5 , 1 9 0 0 .......................................
april

2 , 757,185 96

30,1902........................................$ 3 , 5 3 7 , 4 8 5

CH A R LE S A . H 1NSCH, President.
JAS. M. GLENN, Vice-President.

W I L L I A M D. P ARK, President.
G. MOORE P E T E R S , Vice-President. W A L T E R B. BEEBE, A sst. Cashier.
H O W A R D C. P A R K , Cashier.
M. H. SIMS, Asst. Cashier.

37

W e Do Strictly a Commercial Banking Business.
W e W an t Your Business.

T. J. DAVIS. Cashier.
E D W A R D SE ITE R , A sst. Cashier.

Clepelanb, ©bio.

Colebo, ©bio.

EUCLID AVENUE NATIONAL BANKNATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

OF T O L E D O , OHIO.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts........................ $3,448,079 78
Investments.......................................
503,228 34 $3,951,3°3 12
4,031 72
Overdrafts................................................................
United States bonds to secure circulation......... .
350,000 00
Real estate...............................................................
19,500 00
Banking house..........................................................
80,00000
Cash and due from banks, & c................................
**3° 3,34° 24
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock...........................................................
Surplus......................................................................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.
Circulation................................................................
Deposits, individual........................ $3,900,1 48 06
bank..................................
701,670 88
Reserved for taxes..................................................

Report at close of business April 30, 1902 .
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts............................................... $2,173,97870
U . S . B o n d s ..............................................................
50,000 o©
Other b o n d s .............................................................
70,32400
Premiums on U. S. bonds.......................................
3» 00 00
5
20,000 00
Real estate...............................................................
Cash and sight exchange........................................
528,903 12
Due from U. S. Treasurer......................................
5,000 00
Stamp account........................................................
220 55

$ 5,708,180 08
$500,000
200.000
5°»x44
350.000

00
00
14
00

T o t a l ................................................................ $ 2,851,926 37

4,601,818 94
6,217 00

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock...........................................................
Surplus......................................................................
Undivided profits....................................................
Circulation...............................................................

$ 5,708,180 08

O FFICERS:
8. L. SEV ER A N CE, President.
K A U FM A N H A Y S , Vice-President
C. E. FARN SW ORTH , Cashier.
H. E. AN D R EW S,
F. F. H ICKOX,
L. H. SEV ER A N CE,
WE

D IR E C T O R S:
H. R H A TC H ,
g . V. H A L E ,
S. L. SEV ER A N CE,

D e p o s i t s ...................................................................

K A U FM A N H A YS,
BEN JAM IN ROSE.
W INDSOR T . W H ITE.

$500,000
150,000
22,934
50,000

00
00
87
00

2, 1 28, 991 50

T o t a l ................................................................ $2,851,926 37

8. D. CARR, President.

A R E T H E R E 8E R V E A G E N T 8 A N D C O R R E S P O N D E N T S F O R A L A R G E
N U M B E R O F N A T IO N A L , 8T A T E A N D P R IV A T E B A N K 8 , W H IC H E N ­
A B L E S U S T O H A N D L E C O L L E C T IO N S A N D O T H E R B U 8 IN E 3 8 E N ­
T R U S T E D T O U 8 P R O M P T L Y A N D S A T IS F A C T O R IL Y .

G.

OFFICERS:
A . M. CHK9BROUGH, Vice-President.

W. W A L B RIDGE, Cashier.

T*HI8 B A N K R E S P E C T F U L L Y S O L IC IT S A C C O U N T S , A N D W IL L E X T E N D T H E
U S U A L B A N K IN G F A C IL IT IE S T O C U S T O M E R S

W e desire your husxness and wUX grant you every fa vor consistent
with safe banking.

Cerre 5Haute, Unb,

St. Joseph, flDo,

VIGO COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
OF T E R R E

J ohn 8. I/tcmox, President.
M ilton T ootlk Ju ., )
E . H. Z im m erm an , Cashier.
J
< itA HAM Q. 7.ACY, S Vice-Presidents.
3
W . A . .KvANS, Asst. Cashier.

HAUTE

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.
RESOU RCES.
L o a n s and d is c o u n t s ............. ...................................
..
U n ite d S t a t e s b o n d s ..............
P re m iu m s on th e sa m e . . . . . ---- . . . . . . ------. . . . . . . .
S to c k s , s e c u r it ie s , e t c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B a n k in g -h o u s e and o th e r re a l e s t a t e ...........
C ash and due from b a n k a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R ed em p tio n fu n d w it h U . S, T r e a s u r e r ............... .

The^Tootle- Lemon National Bank.

$922,685 05
237,500 00
10,000 00
2,701 52
7,200 00
268,345 33
*,875 00

ST. J O S E P H ,

MO.,

SlH’CKHrtOI! TO

TOOTLEs LEMON

& C O . , Bank ers .

T o t a l ......... ............... ............................ ............. 4 5 0 , 3 0 0 9 0

Capital, #800,000

LIABILITIES.
C a p i t a l s t o c k pai d i n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$150,000 00
S u r p lu s f u n d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ___. . . . . . . . .
30,000 00
U n d iv id e d p r o f i t s . . . . ...........................
3 5 .5 9 2 7 *
N a t i o n a l ha nk not es o u t s t a n d i n g , 37, 500 00
Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 .197,2 1 4 1 9
T o t a l . . . . . . . . . . . ----- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

BFN.L

Q.

IITOWUT. Pf**i«3<jiJt.

G U S T A V E A, CON'/.MAN. Cashier.

B tN. (h H D U ,
BJ
UNT

A c c o u n t s of B a n k s , B a n k e r s and I ndividuals Received upon
Equi table Ta r ms .

$ 1 ,4 6 0 , 3 0 6 9 0

CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.

WI LLARD KIDDF.fl. Vina Pr**Mdwit.
FRED. W A 0 NKH.
< nhi«r

Dili K T K :
OO H
J. SM HTALLEY.
IT

S T O C K I llM .O K H h i
J O H N S. L E M O N ,
B. H. 11A R R1M A N, N e w Y or k ,
M I L T O N T O O T L E Jr,,
G R A H A M O, LACY,
K A T E M, T O O T L E ,
W . T. VAN B R U N T ,

W. H. WirtTID.
M, F. H Q B M M ,
G U S T A V E A, CONZMAN,
0 . W. B AT/ERM E1HTJCU,
W I L LA R D KIDDER.

V

Saint Paul, fliMnn.

jfllMnneapolis, flDinn.

THE
SECURITY BANK OF MINNESOTA
AT MINNEAPOLIS.

MERCHANTS NATIONAL
OF SAINT PAUL, MINN,
Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $3,609,230 18
U. S, bonds, at par..................................................
600,000 00
Other bonds and s t o ck s .............................................
424,49688
Banking-house............................................................
190,00000

RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $6,848,086 57
Overdrafts.................................................................
10,106 36
U. S. and other bonds, stocks andsecurities......
253,420 78
Bank building and other real estate.....................
286,191 39
Reser ve:
Cash on hand............................. $1,201,125 96
Due from banks.......................... 1*548,77536
2,749,901 32

Cash and due from banks......................................

$ 10,147,706 42

Deposits...........................................................................
$1,000,000 00
125,000 00
66,296 75

K EN N ETH C L A R K , President.
C. H. BIGELOW , Vice-President.

$ 10,147,706 42
CRAW FORD LIVIN GSTON ,
KEN N ETH CL A R K ,
J. H. SKINNER,
LOUIS W . H IL L ,

O FFIC ER S:
F . A . C H A M B ER LA IN , President.
P E R R Y H ARRISON , Vice-President.
E. F. M E A R K L E , Viee President.
T . F. H U R L E Y , Cashier.
G U Y C. LA N D IS, A ssistant Cashier

GEO. H. PRINCE, Cashier.
H. W . P A R K E R , Asst. Cashier

DIRECTORS:
GEO. H. PRIN CE.
D. R. NOYES,
E. N. SAUNDERS,
V. M. W A TK IN S.

L. P. O R D W AY,
F. B. KELLOGG,
C. H. BIGELO W .

U N IT E D S T A T E S D E P O S IT O R Y .

/liMnneapolis, /nMnn.

©ntafoa, IReb.

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Omaha National Bank.

OF MINNEAPOLIS.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $4, 533,649 55
Overdrafts................................................................
4,68056
U. S. bonds, for circulation and premiums.........
648,000 00
Stocks, securities, etc.............................................
331,883 88
Real estate................................................................
316,928 36
U. S. bonds, for deposits and pre­
miums ............................................ $432,000 00
Due from approved reserve agents
822,641 94
Due from other banks (Eastern
ex change)...................................... 1,079,114 81
Cash on h a n d ................................... 1*055,37576 3,389,132 51
Due from U. S. T r e a s u r er ......................................
30,000 00

Statement of condition April 30, 1902.
A S S ET S .
Loans and discounts............................................... $7,682,290 72
United States bonds...............................................
1,050,000 00
Railroad and other bonds.......................................
494,735 00
Cash on hand and due from banks........................
3,700,902 93

$ 9,254,274 86
$1,000,000
100.000
28,840
600.000

00
00
19
O
O

7*525,434 67

$ 9,254,274 86
OFFICERS:
J. H . M ILLA R D , President,
C. F. M cGREW , Vice-President,
WM. W A L L A C E , Vice-Pres. and Cashier.
E. E. B A LCH , Assistant Cashier.

H>envert

5,693,501 38
$ 7,097,590 15

OFFICERS:

8,956,409 67

LIABILITIES.
C a p it a l .................
Surplus fund........
Undivided profits
Circulation..........
Dep os i t s..............

2,273,863 09

$ 7,097,590 15
LIABILITIES.
Capital s t o c k .........................
$1,000,000 O
O
Sur p l us .........................................................................
180,00000
Undivided profits....................................................
24,088 77
Circul at ion...... .......................................................
200,000 00

L IA B IL IT IE S .

Capital paid in..,
S u r p l u s .............. .
Undivided profits
D e p os i t s ............

BANK

$ 12,927,928 65
LIABILITIES.
Capital...................................................................... $1,000,000 00
Surplus......................................................................
250,000 00
Undivided profits....................................................
58,73369
Circulation............................................
793,70000
United States bond account..................................
200,000 00
D e p os i t s..............................................
10,625,49496
$ 12,927,928 65
OFFICERS:
JOHN M ARTIN , President,
F. M. PRIN CE, Vice-President.
C._T. J A & F R A Y , Cashier,
D. M A CK E R CH A R , Asst. Cashier.
E R N E ST C. BROW N, A sst. Cashier.

U N IT E D S T A T E S D E P O S IT O R Y .
U N S U R P A S S E D F A C IL IT IE S F O R N O R T H W E S T E R N
C O L L E C T I O N S —A C C O U N T S I N V I T E D .

/iDilwaukee.

CoU

FIRST NATIONAL BANK.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK.

Statement at close of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts............................................... $7,489,49067
U. S. bonds, circulation........................................
500,00000
Local securities.......................................................
3,200,522 34
Real estate..............................................................
104,790 72
U. S. bonds, deposits..............................................
300,000 00
Due from banks.......................................................
8,426,476 42
Cash on hand...........................................................
2,290,394 39

Statement at dose of business April 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
Loans......................................................................... $ i z , 333,057 73
U. S. bonds...................................................................
400,00000
Premium on U. S. bonds..............................................
36,00000
Investment securities.................................................
1,025,14497
Real estate................................................................
89,00472
Furniture and fixtures............................................
35,000 00
Cash and due from banks.............................................
5,135,031 24

$ 22,311,674 54
Total ......................................................................... $ 18,053,23866

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock
Sur pl us........
Circulation ..
Deposi t s......

$500,000
5M .439
500,000
20,797,234

00
84
O
O
70

$22,311,674 54
OFFICERS
D. H. M OFFAT, President.
W. S. CHEESM AN, Vice-President,
G. E. ROSS-LEW IN, Vice-Pres. TH OM AS K E E L Y , Cashier.
W . C. TH OM AS, Asa’t Cashier. F. G. M OFFAT, A ss’t Cashier.
DIRECTORS
W. S. CHEESM AN,
G. E. ROSS-LEW IN,
W. C. THOM AS.

D. H M OFFAT,
J. A . M cCliURG,
We

L. H. EICHOLTZ,
THOMAS K E E L Y ,

LIABILITIES.
Capital........................................................................... $1,500,00000
Surplus and undivided profits....................................
760,89509
Circulation....................................................................
50,00000
Deposit s........................................................................ 15, 742,343 5
7
Tot al ...................................................................... $ 18,053,23866
OFFICERS:
F. G. BIG ELO W , President.
WM. BIG ELO W , Vice-President.
F R A N K J. K IP P , Cashier.
T. E. CAM P A sst. Cashier.
H. G. GO LL Asst. Cashier

E. M ARIN ER
H. C. P A Y N E ,
GEO. P. M ILLER

B rown B rothers & Co., N ew Y o r k ,
F oreign L e t t e r s of C re di t .

furnish

18

D IR E C T O R S:
WM. BIG ELO W ,
FRED. T. GOLL,
C. F. PF IST E R ,

F. G. BIGELOW ,
F. VOGEL JR.
J. H. V A N D Y K E JR.

Portland, ©re.

Portland, ©re.

Portland Trust Company T h e First National Bank
OF OREGON.

OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
S ta te m e n t a t close o f business A p r il 30, 1902.
RESOURCES.
L o a n s an d D i s c o u n t s ........ .
U . S. B o n d s , at p a r .............
P r e m i u m on U . S. b o n d s ___
O t h e r bo n d s an d s ec u rit ies
B a n k p r e m i s e s .....................
O t h e r real e s t a t e ................ .
D u e fro m T r e a s u r e r U . S . . .
D u e fro m other b a n k s ........
D u e fro m r e s e r v e a g e n t s ___
C a s h on h a n d ........................

THE OLDEST TRUST COMPANY IN OREGON.

A G e n e r a l T rust

and

A g e n c y B u s in e s s T r a n s a c t e d .

G o l d M o r t g a g e s F or S a l e .
F in a n c ia l B u s in e s s

A ny N a t u r e w h a t so e v e r T r a n sa c t ed
O r eg o n o r W a s h in g t o n .

of

in

O F F IC E R S :

P A G E T , Secretary.

OFFICERS:

J. O. G O L T R A , A s s t . S e c r e t a r y .

H. W . COR BE TT, President.
A . L. M IL L S , Vice-President.
B. F. S TEV ENS ,

•) M E R C H A N T S ’ N A T ’L B A N K ,

$ a , 1 93.2 97 54
1,301,040
10,000
3,666,296
85,602

00
00
43
so

17.757 93
2,177,24046

8 458,234 50

$ ,

$500,000 » o
740,067 97
467,160 00
6,751,006 53

18,458,234 59

J. W . N E W K I R K . Cashier.
W . C. A L V O R D , Aset. CaehUr.
2 d Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS:

( N A T IO N A L PARK BANK , N E W YORK.
Correspondents:

.....................
.....................
.....................
.....................
.....................
$25,000 00
390,861 95
749,221 53
1,012,14998

L IA B IL IT IE S .
C a p i t a l s t o c k ............................................................. *
S u r p l u s a n d u n d i v i d e d pr o fi t s ..................................
C i r c u l a t i o n ....................................................................
D e p o s i t s — in d i v i d u a l an d b a n k s ___ $5,956,630 25
D e p o s i t s — U . S ....................................
79 4 , 3 7 $ 28

B E N J . I. C O H E N , P r e s id e n t .
B. L E E

...............................

H. W . COR BE TT,
JA COB K A M M ,
A. L. MILLS.
JA ME S F. F A I L I N G ,
G. E. W I T H 1N G T 0 N.

B A LT IM O R E .

( M E R C A N T I L E T R U S T CO., ST. LOU IS .

UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.

S alt Slake Cits, mtab.

T! N A T I O N A L B A N K O F T H E R E P U B
OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
S ta te m e n t a t close o f business A p ril 30, 1902.

IRew Jflork Git}?.

RESOURCES.
L o a n s an d d i s c o u n t s .................................................. $1,122,166 5 #
U . S. b o n d s to secu re c i r c u l a t i o n . . ........................
300,000 oo
Stocks , secu ritie s, e t c .................................................
125,70 8 0 *
F u r n i t u r e an d fi x t u r e s ...............................................
5,000 00
R e a l e s t a t e ....................................................................
5000a
C a sh , an d due fro m ba n k s an d U . S. B o n d s ..........
1,173,113 xa

T H E IR VIN G N A T IO N A L
B A N K — Capital, Surplus and

T o t a l .................................................................... $ 2 ,72 6,48 7

Profits,

$1,970,000 — invites

Business

and Personal

09

L IA B IL IT IE S .
C a p i t a l s t o c k ...............................................................
$300,00000
U n d i v i d e d profits an d s u r p l u s .....................................
65,630 52
N a t i o n a l barns not es o u t s t a n d i n g ............................
297,000 00
D e p o s i t s ..........................................................................
2,063,857x7

A c­

counts.

T o t a l .................................................................... $ 2 ,726,487

69

D E P O S I T S , S e p t e m b e r 5, 1 9 0 0 ........ ............................. $x, 3 * 4,675 7 *
A p r i l 30, 1902................................................
2,*63,857 *7

We issue drafts a nd sell exchange on all the principal eitiss o f the wcrld

UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
O F F IC E R S :
F R A N K KNOX, President.
GEO. A. L O W E , Vice-President
W . F. A D A M 8 . Cashier.

NO W

READY.

H A N D -B O O K
OF
R AILR O AD
SECURITIES.
(leaned Semi-Annually In January and July by the Publishers of the Commercial

and

F inancial Chronicle .)

JULY EDITION.
CO N TEN TS.

RAILRO AIX S— S tatement showing outstanding Stocks and BONDS and also the I ncome for a series of
years past, as well as the annual ch a rg es a g a in s t incom e.
H I G H E S T A N D L O W E S T P R I C E S — M on th ly for 1901 and to J u ly 1, 1902.
Y E A R L Y R A N G E O F A C T I V E S T O C K S - W i t h date of h igh est and low est prices m ade in the yea rs 1899, 1*00,
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IN D E X
TO ADVERTISEMENTS OF BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES.
ALBANY, N. Y.

PAGE.

National Commercial Bank..

PAGE.

N a t i o n a l N e w a r k B a n k i n g Co.

11

H i b e r n i a N a t i o n a l B a n k ..........

ATLANTA, GA.

Atlanta National Bank.........

NEWARK, N. J.

5

6

NEW ORLEANS, LA.

AUGUSTA, GA.

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NEW YORK, N. Y.
XX B a n k o f N e w Y o r k , N . B . A . . .
I X C e n t r a l * N a t i o n a l B a n k ............

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C h e m i c a l N a t i o n a l B a n k ........
Farm ers’ Loan & T ru st C o ...
Merchants’ National Bank...
G a l l a t i n N a t i o n a l B a n k ............
Nat. Union Bank of Maryland
H a n o v e r N a t i o n a l B a n k ..........
I r v i n g N a t i o n a l B a n k ................
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
L i b e r t y N a t i o n a l B a n k ............
Alabama National Bank.
*3 M e r c h a n t s ’ N a t i o n a l B a n k . . .
First National Bank......
13 M e r c h a n t s ’ T r u s t C o ..................
N at. B an k of N orth A m erica.
BOSTON, MASS.
N a t i o n a l C i t i z e n s B a n k ............
American Loan & Trust Co.
N a t i o n a l P a r k B a n k ....................
Massachusetts Nat. Bank..
| N e w A m ste rd a m N a tio n al B k
National Suffolk B an k ........
S e a b o a r d N a t i o n a l B a n k ........
W e s t e r n N a t i o n a l B a n k ..........
BUFFALO, N. Y.

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Equitable Trust Co........
Georgia Railroad Bank.

BALTIMORE, MD.

Marine National Bank.......

NORFOLK, VA.
C i t i z e n s ’ B a n k o f N o r f o l k ........
N o r f o l k N a t i o n a l B a n k ............

C H IC A G O , IL L .

American Trust & Sav. Bank.
Chicago National Bank.........
Commercial National Bank..
Continental National Bank...
Hibernian Banking Associa’n.
Nat. Bank of the R epublic....

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Merchants & Manuf. Nat. Bk. 17
DENVER, COL.

First National B a n k ................ 18
DETROIT, MICH.

S t a te Savi ngs B a n k .................

7

FO RT W O RTH , T E X .

Fort W o r t h National B a n k __

12

HARTFORD, CONN.

/Etna Nati onal B a n k ..... .........

7

H O U STO N , T E X .

South Texas Nati onal B a n k . . 12
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.

Merchants' National B a n k __

7

J E R S E Y CIT Y, N, J.

Commercial Trust Co. of N. J,
6
N. J. Ti tle Guar. & T r u s t . 3d Cover
KANSAS CITY, MO.

United States Trust C o .......... 15
KNOXVILLE, TENN.

Ci ty National Bank ..............
East Tennessee Nat. B a n k __

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L O U IS V IL L E , KY.

National Bank of K en tu ck y . .
Union National B a n k ..............

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MACON, OA.

American National B a n k . . . . .
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First Mat. Bk, of Minneapolis i 3
Securi ty Bank of Minnesota.. ,3
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MOBILE, ALA.

PATERSON, N. J.
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k ..................

Peoples B a n k . , , . . . , ...............

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MONTGOMERY. ALA.
Merch.f t Planters' Nat. B k . .

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C e n t r a l N a t i o n a l B a n k ............
Corn E x c h a n g e N a t.B a n k _
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F a rm e rs’ & M ech. N at. B an k .
F ourth S treet N atio n al B a n k
F r a n k l i n N a t i o n a l B a n k ..........
G i r a r d N a t i o n a l B a n k ..............
G i r a r d T r u s t C o m p a n y ............
M ech an ics N a tio n a l B a n k _
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P ittsb u rg T ru st C o m p a n y _
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U n i o n T r u s t C o m p a n y ..............

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PORTLAND, ME.
P o r t l a n d T r u s t C o ........................

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F i r s t N a t . B a n k .............................
P o r t l a n d T r u s t C o .........................

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ROCHESTER, N. Y.
A llia n c e B a n k of R o c h e s t e r ..

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8T. JOSEPH, MO.

National Bank of St. Joseph. . 15
Toot l c- Lcmon Nat i onal Bank ty
ST. LOUIS, MO,

American Ex ch a ng e B a n k __
Mech a ni cs’ National B a n k . ..
Mercantile Trust C o .................
Mississippi Va l l ey Tr ust Co, .
Nat i onal Bank of Commerce. .
Third Nat. Bank of St. Loui s.

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16
16

ST. PAUL, MINN,
M e rch a n ts ’ N a tio n al B a n k ...

18

8ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Nat. Ba nk of the Republic.

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8 PRIN0 FIELD, MASS.
Chapin National B a n k ............

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TERRE HAUTE, IND.

Vigo Count y Nati onal B a n k . . 17
TOLEDO. OHIO,

National Bank of Commerce.

NASHVILLE. Y 6NN.

Fourth National B a n k ............

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.

C L E V E L A N D , O H IO .

Euclid Ave. Nat ional B a n k . . .

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Fifth National Bank ..............

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WILLIAM B. DANA COMPANY, PUBLISHERS,
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R E V I E W OF JU NE.
The principal developments In June were the concl usion of peace in juth Africa, the continuation of
the coal miners’ strike, with sporadic labor troubles in
other directions, and the generally hopeful outlook
for our leading crops. The dooument embodying the
terms of peace was actually signed on Saturday May
31 but the announcament did not come until the fol­
lowing day, Sunday June the 1 st. In its bearing on
the future this was an influence of great prospective
importance.
No immediate exhilarating effects,
though, were apparent either here or abroad. In­
deed, in the South African mining market in London,
where it was expected to prove especially stimulating,
the event was followed by quite a break in mining
shares. That circumstance however was a mere
transient occurrence, occasioned by realizing sales by
persons who had bought in anticipation of the news
and who took advantage of the announcement to dis­
pose of their holdings. For the moment, too, the in­
telligence of peace gave place in the public mind to
preparations making for the coronation of King
Edward, which had been set for Jane 26 , but which
when the
came had to be indefinitely postponed
owing to the serious illness of the King. The King,
fortunately, after the operation which he was obliged
to undergo, made speedy progress towards recovery.

S

the

time

The anthracite coal miners’strike continued through­
out the month. The order directing the engineers,
firemen and pumpmen at the mines to quit work on
Monday, June 2, was carried into effect, and quito a
large number |of this class of employes obeyed the
instructions. Except, however, in a few special in­
stances the mines were not damaged or flooded as the
miners had hoped would be the case, tho companies
being able pretty generally to fill tho places of thoso
who left. Later the non-union firo “ bosses” wont
out in considerable numbers, but this move, too, did
not work the destruction planned. In shoer desper­
ation, and as a last stop in tho effort to compel tho
operators to come to terms, President Mitchell on
June 18 called a national convention of all tho minora
in the oountry, both bituminous and anthracite, bolonging to tho United Mino Workers, the convention
to bo bold at Indianapolis on duly 17, for the purpose
of determining whether tho bituminous minors should
join in the etriko. Notwithstanding these various
movements tho general opinion at tho close of tho
month was that tho strike was gradually disinteg­
rating, and that it must soon collapse. Tho c o m p a n ie s ^
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did not deem it expedient to resume operations, fear lege to be given the shareholders of taking the addi­
ing that adequate protection could not be insured to tional shares at par. Missouri Pacific, Wabash com­
those willing to return to work, but at the washeries mon and preferred and Milwaukee & St. Paul shares
the industrial list
increasing numbers of men were put to work, and also moved sharply upward. In dropping from 69f
Amalgamated Copper was weak,
quite a little coal was supplied in that way.
on
The bituminous coal miners’ strike in Virginia and on the 2d to 62£for the 24ih, owing to the rather
dubious outlook
&
West Virginia—which is separate and distinct from Iron fluctuated over the copper trade. Colorado Fuelpe­
a wide range, owing to causes
the strike in the anthracite regions—took place on culiar to itself. Western Union Telegraph was not
the 7th of June, as agreed upon, and more men went depressed by the announcement that the Pennsylvania
out in response to the call than had been thought Railroad had concluded to make a contract with the
likely. However, abstention of work in this instance Postal Telegraph Cable Co. for the use of the lines of
was not complete. Moreover, here, too, the companies the Pennsylvania system of roads to displace the present
found themselves in very much better position at the service of the Western Union. The granting of a
permanent injunction
the conversion of part
end of the month than when the strike was inaugu­ of the preferred stock againstUnited States Steel Cor­
of the
rated. One incident of the anthracite contest was the poration into bonds depressed the Steel shares.
investigation instituted by Carroll D. Wright, United
States Commissioner of Labor, at the request of
President Roosevelt, which had the effect of bringing
out very clearly the coal operators’ side of the question,
and showed that the strike was senseless as well as
causeless. President Mitchell made a belated reply to
this statement, which, however, did not strengthen the
cause of the strikers. Some other labor difficulties
were a feature of the month. For instance, in Pater­
son a strike among the silk dyers led to such activity
on the part of the Anarchists that the military had to
be called out; in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, a strike
of the street car employes necessitated the calling out
of troops, and in Chioago a strike among the packing­ The foreign exchange market was strong throughout
the month and rates steadily advanced. At the close
house teamsters was accompanied by serious riots.
The favorable outlook of the crops was a very en­ there was talk of possible gold exports, but no out­
couraging feature of the situation. The report of the flow actually occurred nor were any engagements of
Agricultural Bureau at Washington issued on the 10th the metal made.
of the month and showing the status of the crops on
the first of June was not as good as had been expected
in the case of winter wheat, but otherwise was ex­
tremely satisfactory. An improvement in winter
wheat had been looked for, but the Bureau made the
average just about the same as at the beginning of
May, namely 76*1, against 76-4. It at the same time
reported a decrease of between 4 and 5 million acres
in the area planted to wheat—winter and spring. On
the other hand the condition of spring wheat was
shown to be very high, being put at 95*4 on June 1
0
1902, against 92*0 in June 1901 and 87*3 in 1900. 1 0
The average for oats was placed at 90-6, against 85*3 2
2
0
1
in June 1901. No statement was made as to corn,
1
0
but all private accounts were highly favorable. Com­ 6
plaint of drought came from the northern portion of 0
2
0
Texas. Generally, however, there was abundant rain, 8
2
1
and at the very close of the month the rains became 10
2
2
so excessive that much damage was claimed from that 11
cause, leading to a sharp rise in grain prices. Alto­ 12 In the money market, after tUe disturbance of the
gether the agricultural prospect was in sharp contrast previous month, normal conditions were resumed in
with a year ago, when the crops were literally burning June. Except on the very first business day of the
up because of drought and heat.
mouth, namely Monday June 2 , call loan rates ruled
The stock market ruled generally strong. The below 5 per cent all the time, until June 30, when the
volume of business, however, was exceedingly small. demand in connection with the first of July disburse­
Some special stocks made noteworthy advances. Chi­ ments caused a temporary rise to 7 per cent. Time
cago & Eastern Illinois enjoyed a sensational rise, rates remained pretty firm, as will be seen by the
touching 195 on the 30th, as against 159£ on the 12th. following :
There was a rumor, which appears to have been un­
founded, that the Illinois Central had arranged to take
over the property, and later there were reports of a
S
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possible stock dividend. Illinois Central was also a
strong feature, advancing from 160 on the 6th
to 161£ on the 30th. This rise was in part due to the
1
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favorable situation of the property and in part to the
H
announcement of an increase in the stock of the com
pany from $79,200,000 to $96,040,000, with the privl
VOLUME OF BUSINESS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
Month of J u n e 1908.
1901.
1900
1899
Stock sales—
7,308,687
10,908.798
Numper o f shares...
7.884.768
19,796,612
P ar v a lu e ................
*728,992,960 *1,930.755,660 *704,924,650 *1,066,518,06©
Bond sales (par value)—
*29,180,500
*56.858,700
Ballroad & mlso. bds
*63,18^.700
*80,551.650
366,860
426,860
Government bonds..
47.700
105,700
89,100
67,000
State b o n d s ............
98.900
22,500

Total bond sales ..
*63,324,300
*80,679,850
*29,680,050
*67,342.060
Jan. 1 to June 80—
Stock sales—
Num ber o f shares....
87,656,439
170,055 746
66,067,028
100,968,926
P ar value.. ......... ..*8,261,482.825*17,121.823,376 *6,874,509.212 *9,801,770,050
Bond sales (par value)—
. _
Ballroad &mlsc. bds..
*479,445,000 *630,653.650 *881,870,400 *541,913.100
Government bonds...
468,400
1,220,7-/0
6,028,510
0.652.260
8tate bonds................
1,322,400
2,104,400
1,273,600
1,658,800
Total bond sales....
I48L230.800 *039,978 820 *288,172.6"l0 *56O.222",10O
SALES OF GRAIN ON THE PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
1902.
1901
1900.
1899.
Bushels.
Bushels.
Bushels.
Bushels.
Month of June..............
53,236,150
79,804.700 1 6 ",001.000
118,269.69©
January 1 to June 30...... 3o0.082.800
879.820 000
479.88u.130
450,645.660

A C T U A L

June

R A T E S . —BANKERS’ AND COMMERCIAL BILLS.
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On
Documents
80 Day.
Sight.
Cable.
Banks.
for Payment.
2........... 4 8435-8460 4 8700-8710 4 8740-8760 4 84*6-4 841 4 8844-4 84J*
3 ......... 4 8403-8476 4 8725-8:35 4 0765-8776 4041-4 841 4 8894-4 06
4 ____ 4 8490-8500 4 8750 8700 4 8790-8900 4 8494-4 8491 4 84 -4 851
6........... 4 8490-8500 4 8746-8765 4 8790-8800 4 8494-4 8494 4 84 -4 86*4
6. . .
..4 8490-8500 4 8745-8755 4 8790-8900 4 8496-4 84*, 4 8S&-4 85
9 ......... 4 8486-8491 4 8735-8745 4 8786-8795 4 8494-4 841 4 8394-4 85
12...........4 8486-8490 4 8740-8760 4 8785-8795 4 841-4 0494 4 84 -4 8694
13........... 4 8490-8500 4 8740-8760 4 8790-8800 4 8494-4 8496 184 -4 8594
16........... 4 8600-8610 4 8750-8760 4 8800-8810 4 8496-4 8494 4 84*6-4 8696
17....
4 8516-8525 4 8760-8770 4 8810-8820 4 8494-4 84*6 4 8414-4 86)6
19 ....... 4 8526-H6S5 4 87^5-8770 4 8815-8825 4 841-4 86
4 841-4 051
20 .......... 4 8525-8535 4 8776-87-5 4 88.0-8825 4 84*6-4 86
4 84)4-4 86*6
23 ........ 4 8M0 H6SU 4 870 -8790 4 8830-8840 4 86 -4 85)6 4 8496-4 8596
24 ........4 864J-865C 4 8785-8790 4 8835 8845 4 85 -4 8^1 4 8496-18596
26 ........ 4 6540-8660 4 8780-8785 4 8886-8843 4 86 -4 86)6 4 8496-4 8596
27 ....... 4 8540-8560 4 8770-8780 4 8820-8030 4 8476-185
4 84)6-4 86)6
80 .......... 4 8540-8650 4 8776-8785 4 8820-8830 4 84)6-186
1 81)4-186)6
PO STED

June

days.

.... .........8.
.... 4 851
g
861
4.... 4 851
.... 4 851-90
.... 4 851-86
7.... 4 861-86
S
....
».... 4 861-80
.... 4 851-86
.... 4 851-80
.... 4 861-80

Demand.

4 88
4 88
4 88
4 88-881
4 88-881
4 88-881

4 88-881
4 88-881
4 88-881
4 88--81

R A T E S — BANKERS’ STERLING BILLS.
June

60 days.

18.”
14....
16
....
17....
ia ...
19...
....
....
....
28....
24....

4 851-86
4 851-80
..........s
4 861-86
4 851-80
4 851-88
4 961-80
4 851-83
4 861-86
..........S
4 86
« 80-881

Demand.

June

4 88-881
4 88-881
4 88-881
4 88-881
4 80-081
4 88-831

4 881
4 881 99

60 days. Demand.

25....
....
27....
28...
29....
80....

4 86-861
4 80-901
4 80 801
4 80-861
...........S
4 80-861

4 881-89
4 881-89
4 881-89
4 881-89
..............
4 881-89

Open
High
Low.
1 Last

1861
4 861
4 861
4 80-861

488
4 89
4 88
4 881-89

4 88 8S1
4 88-891

!

BATES FOR MONET IN N E W YORK, W E E K LY.
June 6. June 13. June 20. June 27.
Call Loans—
stock Exchange— Range for week...........2)6-5
2 1 -3 1
21-3
21-4
Average for w eek.....................................
3
2)6
A t banks and trust companies................ 8 -8)6
8
Time Loans—
Thirty days............. ............................................
11-4)6
41
Sixty days...........................................................
11-4)6
41
Ninety d a y s............................................... 41-41
1 1 -1 1
41
Four months. ...........................................41-494
1)6-6
41
Five months.............................................. 1)4-494
1)6-5
Six months................................................ 11-494
1)6-5
Seven months
.. ...........................................
11-5
Commercial Paper—
41
Double Names—Choice 00 to 9 days....... 4 -4 1
41-494
41-6
41-5
Single Names—Prim e 4 to 6 months.........4 -491
4)6-5
5 -6 1
Good 4 to 0 months.......... 6 -6 1
51
51

N

Y o r k St o c k E x c h a n g e .

ew

M ONTHLY

AND

YEARLY

RECORD.

The following tables furnish a complete record of the New York Stock Exchange transactions for the past month
and the year 1901. 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 form 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
“ Prices about January 2, 1902,” were made on that date except those in italics, which are the nearest in January, 1903
The black-faced letters in the columi headed “ Interest Period” indicate in each case the month when the bonds mature.
F o r fo o t

n o tes

to

ta b le s

see

B O N D S .— PRICES AND
BONDS.

•4

N ew Y ork S t o c k E x c h a n g e .

U- S. Gov. Securities.

U. S. 2s, cons., r e g .......Apr., 1930
U. 8 . 2s, cons., conpon.Apr., 1930
U. 8 . 2s, reg., sm all— Apr., 1930
U. 8 . 2s, coup., sm all..A pr., 1930
U. 8 . 3s, reg. 10-20s...A ug., 1918
U. 8 . 3s, coup. 10-208..Aug., 1918
U. 8 . 3s, reg., small ...A u g ., 1918
U. 8 . 3s, ooup., sm all..A u g., 1918
U, 8 . 4s, registered.......July, 1907
U. S. 4s, coupon............July, 1907
U. 8 . 4s, registered..................1925
U. 8 . 4 s, coupon.......................1925
U. 8 . 5s, registered..................1904
D. 8 . 5s, coupon.......................1904

la s t p a g e

B on d s

and

la s t p a g e

o f

S to ck s.

SALES FOR JUNE, AND TH E Y E A R TO DATE.

8 ales i n
P r ic e about
J a n u a r y 2,
June.
P a r v a lu e
1902

$

o f

B id .

P R IC E S IN J U N E
June

A sk . B id .

108^ 109
108% 109

2.

A ik . B id

108

109

Low est.

Highest.

Sale P r ic e t .

Sale P r ic e t.

108^109 % 10734 108%
4
108 78 1093s 108% 108 3

10,000 107% 108% 10734 108% 107
10734 U>8 % 107
4.000 108% 1 1 1
1.000

107% 103% 107

R A N G E S IN C E J A N .

30.
A sk .

June

108
108
108

6,000 U l 78 1123s 1 1 0 % 1 1 1 % 109% 1103s
7,000 111% Sale 110*8 1 H % 1 1 0 % 1113s
136% 137% 134% 135%
20,000 139% 140

139ia 140
136% 137% 134% 135%
10714 108% 105% 106% 1 0 1 106
107% 108V 105% 106% 105 106

Low est.

H ig h est.

Sale P rice s.

June
June
June
Feb.
June
June
June
Apr.
Apr.
Feb.

Sale P r ic e t.

A*
7 mci70 A TT 1 A
8 109*8 Mar. 7

109% Apr.
108 % J an.

107% June 18 107% June 19 107%
107 June 26 1 0 7 % June 12 107
107 June 26 107 June 26 107
108%
109% June 5 109% June 5 109%
110% June 5 1 1 1 June i s 110%
135% June 23 136 June 11 135%
139%
105%
106%

1.

18
26
2b
5
f
5
23
2
23
1

109%
1 10
107
109%
112%
113
139%
139%
106%
106%

Apr.
Mar.
June
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.

24
14
26
23
7
15
5
2
11
1

Foreign Gov’t Securities.
Frankfort-on-Main, 3%s, Ser. 1 .. M -S
U. 8 . of Mexico E xternal gold
loan of 1899, sinMng fund 5s ..a Q - J

93

........

94
98

12,0 0 0

.......

94% .....
91

99

100

594% Jan. 27 95% Feb. 21
99% June 23 100

June 9

j 96

Jan. 13 100

June 9

Railroad Bonds.
A labama Cent. See South’n Ry.
labama Mid. See Sav. Fla. & W.
Albany & 8usq. See Del. & Hud.

Allegheny Valley. See Penn. Co.
Allegh. & West. See Buff. R & P.
Am. Dock &Imp. See Cent.ofN.J.
Ann Arbor, 1st, g. 4s..July, 1995 Q - J
10.000
Atch.Top. & 8. Fe—G.,g.,48.1995 A -O 697,000
Registered................... 1995 A -O
50,000
Adlustm’t, g., 4s...... July, 1995 Nov 412,00C
Nov
Registered........... July, 1995
Stamped.............. July, 1995 M-N 252,000
Debenture 4s, Series L ....1914 F -A
Ohio. < 8t. Louis, 1st, 6s...1915 M-8
fc
AtL Knox. & No., 1st, g., 5s.l 946 J - D
Atlan. & Danv. See South’n Ry.
Atlan. < Yadk. See South’n Ry.
fe
Austin & N. W. See 8o. Pacific.
B attle Creek & Stur. See Mich. C.
& O. prior lien, g., 3%s---- 1925 J -J 231,000
Registered........................... Q - J
Gold, 4s................. July, 1948 A-O 432,000
Registered...........................
Convertible debenture 4s..1911 f r - l 133,000
Pitts.Juno.AM.D. lstg., 3%8,’25 M-N
32,000
Registered...........Nov., 1925 Q- P
P.L.E.& W. Va.Sys., ref, 4s,1941 M-N
68 ,0 0 0
8. W. Dlv. 1st g. 3%s.........1925 J - J 404,000
Registered.................... 1925
Mon, B . , lstgu,, g.,5s....... 1919 n
2 ,0 0 0
C. O.Reorg.,l8tcon.g., 4*381930 M-S
Beech Creek. See N. 1 < a Hurl,
Bellev. < Carond. See 1 1 Cent.
fe
1.
8’ klyn & Montauk. See L. Island.
Bruns. A West. See Sav. FI. <e W.
t
BaflaloN. York < Erie, See Erie.
k
Buff. K. & B., gen, g,, 5s..... 1937 M-S
7,0 0 0
AUegh.A West.lstg. ga.4s.1998 A - O
Cl. A Mah., 1st., gu. g. 5s... 1943 J - J
Rook. A Pltteb., 1st. 6s....1921 F-A
Consol,, 1st, 6s.............. 1922 J - D
BufT. A Southwestern. See Erie.
.
Bull. AHusrj., 1
st,gold, 5s_ 1913 A-O
_
Registered............................. A O
1st refunding, g,, 4s, Apr., I 951 J - J
15,000
W atered. Apr............ 1951 J - J
H. A No., let, 5s..... 1900 J - D
9,0 0 0
Con. 1 A ooI. tr.,g., 5s___ 1934 A -O
st .
11,0 0 0
Registered.................... 1934 A O
G K. t.F. A N. W„ 1 5s...1921 A O
.
st
M.& HLL.,lst, gn., g.,7s---- 1927 J H
pan. Bo., 1 lot. gu., 5s... .1908 J .J
st,
77.000
VJan. Ho., 2d. 5s.................. 1913 M-8
26.000
Registered...................... 1913 M B
Barb. A Bliawn, See 11 Central.
,
1.
Carolina Cent,-See Hnab.& Roan.
Carthage A Ad. H N, y. C. V It.
.
r.t
.
fted. K. la. F.AN. See B.O.R.&N,
Cent. Hr., Un. P«w.,lstg. 4s.. 1948 J H
3,0 0 0
Cent’l Branch Ry. See Mo. Ban.
Central Ohio. See Balt, A Ohio,
.
(Jen.HR. % B.oT Oa.-Col.g.5s. 1937 M N
7,000
Centra) of Georgia—
1st. gold, 5s........... Nov., 19451F -A
Registered..... ....... Nov., 1945,F A
Consol., gold, 5a............. 1945 M N 2 7 1 , 0 0 0
Registered.,................. 1945 M N
1st, prof., 1 g., fts.Nov., 1945 Oct 1 , 3 7 4 , 0 0 0
no.,
2d, prof., Inc,, g., 5s.Nov,, 1945 (lot. 4 9 5 , 0 0 0
3d, prer., Inc., g., ftn.Nov., 1945 Oct,
134,000
Chatt, Hi v. pur. money 4s.1951 j H
Mac..* Nor. W v , 1 g. r,s. 1.9 6 J ./
st,
4
Mid. Ga. A AH, Dlv. 5s.... J947 J ,f
Mobile Dlv., 1 g. fin...... 1946 J J
st,

96 Sale
1033a Sale
95

Sale

_ 100
_
103% Sale

99% Sale
103% Sale
9334 Sale

91%
92
114
1 1 5 % ........
1 1 2 % ........ 1 j 2 %
109 112
95

Sale

95

Sale

103%
102%
107%
90

Sale
Sale
Sale
91

90% S ale

///

........

92

94

Sale

96% Sale

97

/OO

Sale
........
........
.

June
June
June
June

2
24
9
2

6 95*8 Jan.
10 103 Apr.
26 102 June
11 92 Jan.
93% Mar.
91% June 6 92% June 3 91% June
95% Apr.

100 June
103*8 June
IO 234 June
94 June

97%

96% June 11 97% June 25 94% Jan.
96 % Feb.
102% June 2 103% June 27 102 May
102 Jan.
1.................... 106% 107% 10rt hi June 6 107 J 11210 20 104 Jan.
9 0 % ........ 9 0 % ........ 90% June 16 91 June 10 90% Jan.
102% Sale

102% Sale

9 1 % B a le

97% 93
91% Sale

109

____ 109

.......

9 7 % June, 1°
y l% J u n e 10
1 1 4 % Ju n e 27

117
117
120
1 0 3 % ........

1175s 118 %
131
12 7 % 129

Sale

99
103%
10/
93%

.......130

124

98
J lin e 1 2
91% June 9

J u n e 25 1 1 7

J u n e 25

117

J u n e 10 1 0 3

J u n o 16 10 2

Hale
__

1 0 0 % Halo

93%

95

1 0 0 % 1 0 - % 10*0% J u n e 1:1 1 0 7
J u n e 12 l i i
10 9 s* 1 1 0 % 109

109

Halo

1 2 0 % 12 2

120

.....

104%

J 122

1 0 6 % 1 0 7 % 1 0 8 % H f tlV
7 6 % Hale’
'f i f |

19

ro ?%

...

Hale

........

J u n e 11 1 0 5 % J a n .
J u n e 18 1 0 7 % M ar.

93

J u n o 16

10 1.00% M a y 2 9
30 1 2 6 % Mur. 2ft
u 1 2 4 % F e b . 14
2 7 118 Jan. 27
2 107

ft t i l

Mar. 13 06

% A pr. 2 4
Fob . 1ft

M ay

3

June

3

93

Juno

3

........ 10 9

June

2 109

June

5 106 % J a n . 2H 10 9 % A p r . 1ft

...

lii>% Hate * 1(V % J U ue
fJ
T
■ h

1 1 9 % Mar . Hi 1 2 2

te
0 10 .> J u n e 30; 1 0 0 % J a n .

Hide‘ 1 80 J u n o • Hft J u n e *2
! H i l9 .1 ii?m 20 111) .1 mm
1
2 1 % J m ie 9 2 9 % J u n e 3
90% {1^
........ .. ............ ..........
HI*
109
_____ j
109%
110%
....
Haiti
3 9 % Hale
2 1 % Hale
Hfi

25
26
28
5
18
25

93

95

105

June
Apr.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.

A p r . 18 10 3

105%
109%

103

2
5
21
23
20
16

8
8

124
F e b , 28 1 3 0 % A p r . 1 1
1 2 7 % F o b . it6 1 2 9 % M a r . 1 0

102

02%

28

97%
97
104%
103%
llo
93%

26
31
25
4

J u n o 2 5 1 1 9 % F e b . 20

........
........

115%

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.

F e b . 20
9 7 % M a y 29 1 0 1
t*0% F e b . 21 9 1 % J u n e 9

1 0 3 * 8 ........ 1 0 3 % ------ 1 0 8 % J u n e 10 1 0 3 % J u n e ft i » 3 % J u n e
J u n e 12 1 /4 % .1 n n e
1 2 3 % ........ 1 2 4 % Hale 12-4% J u n o 30 1 2 5
124% Feb.
118
Jan.
11*7% '.f .Z '. 117% ” " * ’

104%
123%

100
105%
105%
95%
94%
6 95%
28 95%

114%* J u n e 2 7 1 1 4 % J u n e 2 7 1 1 4 % J u n e 2 7

.......

102

3
24
9
23
24

8 0 % Hale

112 % 113% ; 112

1 14 ',.

M ay 27

3 11 3 % Apr. 14

'6
J a n . 21
3 2 % Mur. )7

H9% A p r .
4 1 % A p r.

12
12

A p r , 14
lHipJitn, 21 31
PI % ,fiUL 3 1 9 : i% Fob. 8

inn

.tan ' V n 1 1 V % A t «' 3 0

THE

BONDS.
N ew Y

ork

S to c k Ex c h a n g e .

In t.
P e r io d

S 6

S a le s in
June.
P a r v a lu e
$

Q U O T A T IO N

P R IC E S I N

P r i c e a bou t
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id .

A sk .

1 0 2 % ___
C ent’l of N. J .— 1s t, cons. 7 s .1902 M-N
5 6,000 ’3 ‘
G eneral, gold, 5 s .................. 1987 J - J
‘33
29,000 131% Sale
R egistered..........................July* 1987
Q-J
2,000 //2% J/J%
A m . DooS & Im p. Co. 6 s ----1921 J - J
Leh. & H .R.gen. gu., g., 5s. 1920 J - J
Red. & W. Coal, 5 s ...............1912 M-N
Con., ext., gu.,4%s. Ju ne,1910 Q-M
. 104
14,000
N .Y . & L B r., gen., g., 4 s .. 1941 M -S
Cent. Paoific. See So. Pao. Co.
Chari. & 8 av., 1 s t, g., 7 s ....... 1936 J - J
...........
Ohes. & O., G . 6 s, 8 er. A. July, 1908 A -O
113% 114%
1,000 1 1 6 316%
Gold 6 s .........................J a n .,1 9 1 1 A -O
83,000 120% Sale
1 s t cons., g., 5 s ......................1939 M-N
R egistered...............
1939 M-N
Gen. gold, 4*28......................1992 M -S 267,000 106% Sale
106% 106 3
4
R egistered...........................1992 M -S
1,000 106 .......
Craig V alley, 1 s t, g., 5 s----1940 J - J
5.000 ‘ °3 ........
R .& A .D iv ., 1 s t con. g .,4 s .1989 J - J
2d eon. g .,4 s ......................1989 J - J
1.000 ......... 7C0%
Warm Spr. V al., ls t g ., 5 s...1 9 4 1 M -S
106
G reenbP r R y.,lstg n a .g.,4 s.l9 4 0 M-N
Ohio. & A lto n R R .—8ink.fd.6sl903 M-N
’ " i’ oc 0 i ‘0 3 % " I I .
83,000
R efunding, gold, 3 s............. 1949 A -O
<7 % —
5
R egistered .......................... 1949 A -O
122,000 84 Sale
R a ilw a y , gold, 3*28 ...............1950 J - J
R egistered .......... .............195o J - J
Chic. Burl.
Qu.. c o n .,7 s ...190 3 J - J
42,6 o6 ’ 04% III!
Ohio. & Iow a D lv., 5 s .........1909 F - A
9,000 102 .......
Denver D iv., 4 s.................... 1922 F -A
28,000 1 0 1 % .......
Illinois D ivision, 3% s......... 1949 J J
R e g iste re d ......................... 1945 J - J
Io w a D iv ., sink, fd., 5 s __ 1919 A -O
114 M
4 s........................................... 19 19 A -O
104%
12.000 H i 111%
N ebraska E xtern, 4s ..........1927 M N
R egistered...........................1927 M-N
innso
Southw estern D ivision 4a. 1921 M -S
4s, jo in t bonds. See Gt. North.
16,000 109 1095*
D ebenture 5 s ......................... 1913 M-N
7,000 1 21 3g
H an. & St. Jo., con., 6 s ....... 19 11 M H
15,000 / / / % .......
Ohio. & E .n i.— Ist,s.f.cur.6s.l90'7 J D
Sm all........................................ 1907 J- D
2,000 1 3 8 % ........
1 s t cons., g., 6 s ......................1934 A O
Gen. cons., 1s t, 5 s.................1937 M-N 119 , OlO 122% Sale
R egistered ..........................1937 M-N
1 9U.V,
Chic.&Ind. Coal R ’y ,ls t,5 s . 1936 J J
Chicago & Erie. See Erie.
12,000 /2*% . . . .
Chic. In d .& L o u .—R ef.,g .,6 s.l9 4 7 J - J
Refunding, gold, 5 s............. 1947 J - J
13,000 ....... //4%
Lou. N. A. & Chio., 1s t 6 s . .. 1910 J - J
Chicago M ilw aukee & St. P a u l—
13,000
Consol. 7 s ..... ........
1905 J - J
Term inal, gold, 5s................ 1914 J - J
3,0e 0 I I I *£
10,600 n o
Gen., g., 4s, ser. A — M ay, 1989 J - J
R egistered .......................... M ay, 1989
Gen., g., 3%s, ser. B. M ay, 1989 ? : i
R egistered.......................... M ay, 1989
j - j
Ch. & L. 8 up.. D iv ., g .,5 s__ 1921 j - j
116 12 1
Ch. &M o. R iv. D iv .,5 s ....... 1926 j - j
118% 121%
Chio. & P ac. D iv ., 6 s ...........1910 j - j
1 1 4 % .......
26,000 116% 120
Ch. & P. W .,ls t, g . , 5 s . . . . . . l 9 2 1 j - j
m 3i
D ak. < G t. So., g., 5 s . ..........1916 j - j
&
F ar. & So. assu., g., 6 s ......... 1924 j - j
1 s t H ast. & D . D iv ., 7 s ......... 1910 j - j
2,000 120*4 126
5 s........................................... 1910 j - j
1 s t I. & D. E xtern. 7 s ......... 1908 j - j
1 s t LaCrosse <6 D ., 5 s......... 1919 j - j
114*1
1 ftft
M ineral P o in t D iv ., 5 s......... 1910 j - j
2,000 1 1 4 118
1 s t So. Minn. D iv ., 6 s .........1910 j - j
1 s t Southw est D iv ., 6 s ....... 1909 j - j
113 % 114 %
l if t
Wis. & Minn. D iv .,g . 5 s __ 1921 j - j
1 l A 1a
Mil. & No., 1s t, M. L. 6 s . . . . 1910 J - D
llftl^
1s t, consol. 6 s .................... 1913 J - D
18,000
Chic. < N o ith w ., consol., 7 s .. 19 15
te
. 14 1
Gold. 7 s ................................... 1902 u
31.000 103
18.000 102®ft .
R egistered.......................... 1902 J - D
2,000 108% 109%
E xtension 4 s............... 1886-1926 F - A
R egistered ............... 1886-1926 F - A
107% 110
G eneral, g., 3*28 ...................1987 M-N
2,000 1 0 8 % .........
R egistered .........................N ov., 1987
Q -F
Sinking fund 6 s .........1879-1929 A - O
114 117
R egistered ................1879-1929 A - O
Sinking fund 5 s .........1879-1929 A - O
1,000 108% Sale
R egistered................1879-1929 A - O
1,000 108*2 Sale
D ebenture 5s.................... ...19 0 9 M-N
R egistered .......................... 1909 M-N
4,000 114% ..
D ebenture 5 s......................... 1921 A -O
R egistered .......................... 1921 A -O
Sinking fund deb. 5 s...........1933 M-N
10,000 1 2 1 % .........
R egistered.......................... 1933 M-N
Des Mo. < Minn., 1s t 7 s __ 1907 F -A
te
1 09
M llw. & Madison, 1 s t 6 s __ 1905 M -S
Northern Illinois, 1s t, 5 s... 1910 M -S
110% .
1 1 03g
Otrt. C. F. < St. P aul, 1s t 58.1909 M -S
fe
Winona < 8 t. P et., 2d 7 s . ..19 0 7 M-N
fc
5.000 1 1 8 % .........
Mil. L. S.& W est., 1 s t ,g „ 68.1921 M-N
3.010 1 3 6 % .........
E xt. & im p ., s. f ., g ., 5e. . . 1929 F -A
3.000 1 2 6 % .........
141
Ashland div. ,1st, gold, 6 s .1925 M -8
Mich, d lv., 1st, gold, 6 s .. 1924 J - J
Conv. deb., 5 s.................... 1907 F -A
In oom es...............................19 11 M-N
1 3 0 % .......
Chio. R. I. & Paoific, 6 s .........191 J - J
1,000 12 7 ,130
1 ‘2ft 3g
R egistered........................... 1917 J - J
General, gold, 4 s.................. 1988 J - J
208,000 105% Sale
R e g iste re d ......................... 1988 J - J
Collat. tru st 4s, Series C ..19 0 5 M-N
20,000
Series H .............................. 1910 M-N
5,000
Series N .............................. 1916 M-N
10,000
Des M. & F t. D., 1s t, 4 s__ 1905 J - J
1st, 2*28 ............................... 1905 J - J
E xtension 4 s...................... 1905 J - J
K eok. < Des M., 1s t, 5 s__ 1925 A -O
te
109*5
S m a ll................. .................... A -O
Chio. < St. L. See A t. Top & S. F
&
Chio. St. L. < N. O. See 111. Cent
ft
Chio. St. L . & P itts. S ee Penn. Co
Chio. St. P. M. <feO.,con. 6 s .. 1931 J - D
39,000 140 Sale
Ch. St. P. & Min., 1 s t 6 s __ 1915 M-N
139
N orth W isconsin l e t 6 s ...19 3 0 J - J
5,000 n 8 ....
St. P. & 8 . C ity, 1 s t g. 68 . . . 1919 A -O
9.00c 129 __
Ch. Ter. Trans., g., 4 s ............. 1947 J - J
55.000 87 Sale
Ch. & W. I. gen., g., 6 s.D eo., 1931 Q-M
4,0u0 117% ...
Ohio. A WeBt Mloh. R y., 5 s ..192) J - D
< hoo.O kl.& G .gen.g.5s.O ot., 1919 J-.T
.
no
___
Oin. H. & D . , con. s. f. 7 s __ 190; A -O
111*5
2d, gold, 4% s......................... 1937 J - J
Cin. D. & I . , l s t gu. g. 5 s. ..19 4 1 M-N
1 1 3 % ........

June
B id .

2.

ju n e

A sk . Bid.

101%
1385s Sale
1S7 .......
1)4 % . . . .

R A N G E S I N C E J A N . 1.

JUNE.

30.

L o w e s t.

H ig h e s t.

A sk

S ale P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

101%
139 13 9 78 138*8 June 2 139% June 13
j 37
June 3 138% June 11
1 1 5 % ........ 115 J iu ie2 5 115 June 25

101
1 0 1 78 103%
125

[V ol. L X X V

SUPPLEM ENT,

L ow est.

H ig h e s t.

S a le P rice s.

S a le P ric e s.

103%
' 1S2
;131
113%

105
102 v June 4 102*4 June 10 102
17 5

M ay 24 103%
Jan. 3 14 1
Jan. 2 139%
Jan. 21 1 15

Mar. 10 10 6 "' Mar.’ 27
Jan. 6 105 Feb. 28

114
113 .....1164* 114 1 1 7
.........120% 119% 1 * 1

1 12 Apr. 19 11 5
114 % June 25 114% June 25 1 1 * Apr. 28 1) 7
11934 June 10 120% June 23 119% M ay 14 123

108% Sale

108

112

11234 1) 2

108% Sale

Jan. 7
Apr. 18
Apr. 12
June 25

June 13 108% June 20 10612 Jan. 21

Mar. 6
Mar. 4
Apr. 30

1 i"o% Feb." 27

11 634
116 June 17 116 June 17 108% M ay 15 li.6 June 1 7
114
104 * 10 5 6p 105 105*8 104*8 June 11 105% June 20 104 Jan. 22 105% Apr. 17
99 101 i c o June 26 100 June 26 100 June 2. 100 June 26
99 101
108 .........
.......
86

102
85% Sale

85% Sale

85% Sale

104
8J

102% June 27 102 ^ June 27 102 % June 27 104% Mar. 15
85 June 16 85% June 13 85 Apr. 18 88 Jan. 23
85

June 18

10 5 78 10o% 106% 106% 106% June

86

June 11

84 Jan. 2 86 June 1 1
835* Mar. 27 8334 Apr. 16
6 106% June 13 10458 Jan, 10 106% June 13

1 0 0 % 1 0 ’ % 102 102% 10 j. % June 32 IO 2 June 26 100% Feb. 24 103% Jan. 1 7
102% Sale 1 0 2 % ....... 102 June 28 102*6 June 5 102 Jan.
103% Mar. 31
11438
10434
109% 110
10 0

.......

1)4 % Apr. 4 116 % Mar. 14
1143s ___
105 May 14 106 Feb. 17
104%
09 109% 109% June 23 109% June 20 109% June 23 1 1 1 % Feb. 27
99% Mar. 20 l 6 d " M ar.'20

100

107% 108% 108 . . . .
118 ......... 118 * 8 .......
I ll
....... I l l " .......
139%
124% Sale

139% ...
124% Sale

19 .
i=

i'2' 5 '

III!"

108 June 3 108% June 26 107% M ay 2 110
l i e 84 June 13 119 June 27 1 1 8 % May 19 122
June l/> 111% June 5 1 1 1 J u n e ) 3 114

Feb. 20
Jan. 24
M ay 19

;39% June 17 139% June 17 ) 38%
124% June 2 124% June 11 122%
124%
125

M ay 2 i
Apr. 14
Mar. 31
M ay 6

111

A p r." 4
Jan. 20
Mar. 31
M ay 6

139%
126%
124%
125

1 3 1 % ....... . 132% June 4 132% June 9 126 Jan. 22 132% June 9
13 1% ...
114 % 116% 1 1 7
....... 1 1 6 % June 9 1 1 7 June 24 1 13 Jan. 14 1 1 7 June 24
115 ‘
114*2 -1133s Jan.
115 M ay 9
114% Sale
1 1 5 % .......

185 June 28 185 June 28 182% Jan. 10 196
114% 116% 114*8 June 2 114*8 June 2 1 12 Jan. 20 115
June lo 1 1 7 June 10 110% Jan. 3 1 1 7
1 1 6 % ....... 11/

Apr. 4
Mar. 26
June 10

104% Jan. 29 104% Jan. 29
1 2034
1 20 lg
1 23^
123% . ...
116% 11 7 5g 1 1 ,%
12 1 Sale 121% Sale 12 1 June
1)6
114
13ft
123% June
1 2 3 3 4 ........ 124
109% 1 1 1 % 110 % 111%
I I 914 -

11734
110

1 1 7 % .......
1 1 6^4
120%
114 14
115 % 116*8
120*8 121%
12 0
....
136% .. ..
1 0 1 % ....... 10138 .......
1 0 1 % ........
1 0 6 % ......... 106% ____
11 ftig
1193^

117

June

136%
l o t ’4
101%
io 7

June
June
June
June

120% Mar. 31 120 * Mar. 3 1
»
118% Jan. 17 124% Apr. 1 7
114% Jan. 14 118 Mar. 31
2 121% June 30 i l 6 78 Jan. 7 121% Apr. 15
112 % Jan. 7 I 1534 M ay 16
9 123*4 June 9 1 2 2 % Feb. 2- 124 Apr. 3
108% Jan. 21 110% Apr. 16
182% Jan, 22 182% Jan. 22
1 18 % M ay 16 119
Mar. 19
109% Feb. 7 109% Feb. 7
5 117 June 5 114 Jan. 7 117% Apr. 4
1)3% Jan. 7 115 Mar. 4
116% Jan. 10 12 L% Apr. 15
115 Jan. 27 117 Mar. 19
120% Feb. 19 123% M ay 14
24 138 June 3 13634 June 24 141 Jan. 23
3 lo l- s June It 1 ( > 1 % June 3 104% M ay 28
0 1 0 i% J u n e 3 101 % June 3 104
Apr. 2
23 1U7 June2o 107 June 23 107% M ay 8

m i n 1 0 s " 106% June 24 106% June .4
114
108

1 io

117 % 1 1 5

117%

110

......... 109

108

. 0 j% June 24 106% June 24

June 4 109

Jan. 10 1 1 8 " M ar." 3

June 4 108% Jan.

2 110

Apr. 10

........ 1 0 7 % ......... 107*8 June 27 107*8 Juno 27 lc 7 % M a y 26 109% Feb." 27
115 % June 23 115 % June 24 114 M ay 10 117 % Mar. 22
1 1 4 % .........
123% June 12 123% June 13 12 1% Jan. 24 124 Apr. 21
.........123%

107

1 1 0 % .........
1 0 9 % ........
1 1 6 % ........
133*8 135
127 ........
13ft *5
l3ft*8
105*6 -1 0 7 % .........
1 3 0 % ........

............ .........

109% Mar.

7 109% Mar.

116% June 10 116% June 10 116 % June
13 3 7s June 5 134% June 23 133*8 M ay
126** June 17 126% June 19 125% Mar.
142% Feb.
139% Jan.

10
17
17
7
3

119%
137%
128%
142%
139%

J ...................... 1 1 0 % M ay
13l"% June 25 13 1% June 25 128 Jan.
129% Mar.
1 1 1 % 112% 1 1 1 % 112 % 1 1 1 % June 23 112 % June t 105% Jan.
109 Jan.
9 9 % ......... 100% June 27 100% June 27 1 0 0 % June
997a June 30 9978 June 30 9978 June
997s Sale
9 8 % ......... 99% June 26 99% June 28 99% June
98 Apr.
99 100
90
924-> ..
98 *5__
97
109% Apr.

2
7
11
:3
25
27
30
26
28

7

110 % M ay

116 .........
133*8 135
1 2 5 % .........
138*5
13d°8
1 0 7 % .........
1 3 0 % .........

138 ......... 139 139
1 Xftlg
138*4.........
140 * ........
128% Sale" 1 2 8 % ........
90
91
90% Sale
. .. 119 1 1 7 % .........
107
107
....... .
112 ......... i n
It 9*5 ..
1 1 2 3 4 ......... 1 1 4 % .........

13 8 % June

5 138% June 17 138%
140
140 June 6 140 June 6 140
12838 June 5 129% June 26 127%
90 June 9 90% June 21 86
117% June 24 117-U June 24 117%
109
.....................
...................... 105

June
Jan.
June
Apr.
Feb.
June
Apr.
Jan.

...................... 111334 M ay

Apr. 2
Apr. 10
Jan. 8
Feb. 1 9
Jan. 10

2
132 Apr. 29
131 Mar. 21
113% Apr. 18
112 Mar. 25
100 % June 27
9978 June 30
993s June 28
99% M ay 20

2 110% Jan. 10

5
6
6
2
6
24
28
14

142
1413s
140
130%
90%
119
109
114 %

Apr.
Mar.
June
Mar.
Apr.
M ay
Apr.
M ay

30
21
6
29
17
21
28
14

115 % Apr. 28-

J

uly.

1902. J

NEW

BONDS.
N ew Y

ork

Sto c k Ex c h a n g e -

.xs
if
£

YORK
S a le s i n
June.
P a r v a lu e

STOCK
P ric e a bou t
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id .

C in.Ind.St.L.& C . tfeeO.C.C.&St.L.
OIn. S a n .& C le v . SeeC .C .C .& St.L
Clearfield & Mahon. See B . R. & P.
C lev e l’d Cln. Chlo. & St. L o u is G eneral, gold, 48.................1993 J - D
Cairo D iv ., 1 s t , gold, 4 s — 1939 J - J
Cin. W. & M . D i v .,I s t g . 48.1991 J - J
8 t. L. D iv ., 1 s t,o o l.tr . g. 48.1990 M - N
R egistered ......................... 1990 M-N
Sp. < Col. D iv ., 1 s t g. 4 s— 1940 M - S
fe
W. W. V a l. D iv .,1 s t g. 4 s ...19 4 0 J - J
Cin. I. St. L . & C., Cons. 6 s .1920 M-N
1 s t gold 4 s ..............A u g., 1936 Q-F
R eg istered .......... A u g., 1936 Q -F
Cin. S < Cl., con. 1 s t g .5 s ..l9 2 8 J - J
fe
Cl. C. C. & In. consol 7 s ----1914 J - D
Consol sin kin g fu n d, 7 s .. 1914 J - D
Gen’l consol., gold, 6 s— 1934 J - J
R eg iste re d ..................... 1934 J - J
Ind. B l. & W., 1 s t, p ref., 4s, 1940 A - O
O. I .& W .,ls t ,p f .,5 s .A p r ., 1938 Q-J
Peo. & E a st., 1 s t con. 4 s . . . 1940 A - O
Incom e 4 s .......................... 1990 Apr
Clev. Lor.&W h., con., 1s t, 58.1933 A -O
O leve. < M arietta — S ee Penn.R R .
fc
Cleve. & Mahon. Y a l , g. o s . . 1938 J - J
R e g is te r e d ......................... 1938 Q- J
C leveland & P itts. See Penn. Co.
Colo. M idland, 1s t, g .,3 -4 s...l9 4 7 J - J
1s t, gold, 4 s ........................... 1947 J - J
Colorado & South’n 1s t g. 43.1929 F -A
Colum. & G reenv. See South. Ry.
CoL & H o c k Y . See H o c k V ail.
Col. Conn. & Term . See Nor. & W.
Conn. & P a s .R iv s .,ls t,g .,4 s ..l9 4 3 A - O
akota & G t.S o . Seeu.M .& St.P.
alias & W aco. See M o.K. & Tex.
Del. L ack. < W est, 7 s .............1907 M - S
fc
M orris & E ssex , 1s t, 7 s — 19 14 M-N
1s t cons., gu a r., 7 s ...........19 15 J - D
R egistered ....................... 19 15 J - D
le t , ref., guar, gold, 3%s.2000 J - D
N. Y .L . < W ., 1 s t ,6 8 ............. 1921 J - J
te
Construction 5 s.................1923 F - A
Term . & im pt. 4 s...............1923 M-N
ByT. Bingh. & N. Y ., 1st, 78.1906 A -O
W arrenR R.lstref.gen.3% 8.2000 F -A
D elaw are & H udson—
1s t, P enn . D ivision 7 s ....... 19 17 M - S
R eg istered ...........................19 17 M - S
A lb . & Sus., 1 s t con. gu. 7s.1906 A - O
R eg istered ...........................1906 A - O
6 s . . ........................................1906 A - O
R egistered....................... 1906 A - O
Rens. & S a rato g a ,1 s t , 7 s . . .19 2 1 M-N
R egistered ..... .................... 1921 M-N
Del. R iv. RR. B ’ge. See Penn. R R .
D en v.& R io G r .ls t co n .g .,4 s.l9 3 6 J - J
1st consoL, gold, 4% s..........1936 J - J
Im provem ’t, gold, 5 s ........... 1928 J - D
Rio Grande So. ,gu. See Rio G.So.
Den. & Sou thw .,gen. s.f. g.5s.l929 J - D
Des M oines < F t. D. SeeC.R .I.& P.
fe
D esM oines < Minn. SeeCh.&N.W.
fe
Des Moines U n .R y .,ls t,g ..5 s .l9 1 7 M-N
Det. M. & Tol. See L. S. & M. So.
Det. & M ack., 1 s t lien g. 4 s..1995 J - D
Gold 4 s....................................1995 J - D
D etroit South. 1st g. 4 s......... 19 5 1 J - D
Ohio South. D iv.. 1st g.'4s. 19 4 1 M -S
Dnl. < Iron Range, 1st, 5 s---- 1937 A - O
fc
R eg istered .............................. 19 3 7 1A -O
2d, 6 s ....................................... 1916 J - J
Dnl. So. Shore & A tL , g. 5 s ... 1937 J - J
ast, of Minn. See S. P. M. & M.
aat Tenn.Va. & G a . See So. Ry.
E lgin Jol. & E ast.. 1 s t g 5 s ..19 4 1 M-N
Elm. Cort. & No. See Leh. & N. Y.
Erie—
1 s t ext., gold, 4 s...................1947 M-N
2d, ext., gold, 5 s .................... 1919 M - 8
3d, ext., gold, 4 % a ...............1923 M -8
4th, ext., gold, 5 s .................1920 A -O
6 th. ext. gold, 4 s .................1928 J - D
1st, con sol., gold, 7 s.............1920 M - 8
1st, consol., gold, fund. 7S.1920 M - 8
Erie, 1st eon., g., prior 4s .1996 J - J
R egistered................................... J - J
1st con. gen. lien, g. 4 s---- 1996 J - J
R e g iste re d ..................................
Penn. coll, tru st, g., 4s — 1951 k i
Huff, N. V. A E rie, 1st. 7 s .. 1916 J - D
Buff. AH. V/., gold 6 s . ........ 1908 J - J
.Small............................................ J - J
Chic. A Erie, 1st gold 5 s . . . 1982 M-N
.Jeff. RR., I s tg u .g . 5s.Jan.,1909 A -O
Long Dock, con., gold, 6 s . . 1936 A -O
0 .& RR. Oo,l stonr. gu. 6 s. 1922 M-N
D. & Impt. Co. 1st our. 6».1913 .1 - J
s
N.Y. A dreeing*d L.gtd.g.5s.'4C M-N
S m a ll........................................... M-N
Mid, RR. of N. J., 1st, 6 s. 1910 A -O
N. Y. Hus, A W., 1 «t, rer. 5 s .1937 J - J
2d, 4%« ............................. 1937 F -A
General, g .,5 s .................. 1940 F -A
Term inal. 1st, g.,5 n ----..10 43 M N
Itfjglst’eu, *r..ooo eaoh.1943 M N
Wli k. A ha., 1 M„gtd.,g.,5«. 1 942 J - D
Erie A. Pittsburg. See Pa. Co.
K v. A T. if
1 st. con. g. 6 s , , 1921 J - J
1 st. general gold 5s............. 1942 A O
Mt. Vernon 1 ».(,««..............,1928 A O
Hull, (jo. Branch, I s tg . 5 s .1930 A O
Bv, A. In., 1 s t (sou., go., g. Oft 1920 J - J
argo Hr Ho. flee Chin, M. He HI. F.
la. O n . A. Pen., 1st g. 5 s.. 1 9 IB J - J
1st land gr. ext,., gold 5s. .1930 J - J
Consol, gold 5 h....................1943 J - J
Fort St. II. D. O o.lfttg. 4>flS..1941 J
F.W.A. D en,City 1st g. 6 s ...1921 J D
Ft. W. A. KIoG r., I s tg . 3 4s, .1928 J - J
n » l . II.A Han A , — S ee Ho. Pao.flo
M 'alg.If.A IT, of 1 882,1 st,5s. 1013 A -O
G a .A Ala.1 at consol. 5«.O ot, 1046 .1 - .!
Ga. Oar. A N o .,lS t,g d . g ..r 1029 J - J
>n.
B eorvla Pacific ftrr
R-

EXCHANGE

A sk .

P R IC E S IN
June
B id .

2

I

A sk

82,000 ......... 104 102 .......
96 % ......... 10 1
.........
"3,000 ............ IC S
1 0 2 % 103%
16,000 103 105
102 % .........
/oi%
105

170.000
18,000
317.000

99 Sale
7 7 Sale
1 1 6 % ....... .

Ask.

JUNE.

R A N G E S IN C E J A N .

L o w e s t.
S a le

H ig h e s t.

P r ic e s .

1.

L o w e s t.
S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e *.

H ig h e s t.
S a le P r ic e s .

L02% 102% 102 June 1 1 102 % June 13 10 2 June
L0 1
.........
102 Jan.
10334 _
_ 103% June 16 103% June 27 10 i % Mar.
103 104 It 3% June 3 104 June 12 1 i 2*8 M ay

......... 98
......... 104
104% 103

.......
... .
104

105

11
28
3
29

104%
102
103%
101%

Jan. 20 106

Apr. 17
Jan. 28
June 27
Apr. 7

Jan. 29

U 5%

115 Mar. 26 115 % Apr. 23
134% Jan. 7 134% Jan. 7

136%

138

......... 100%

73
115

75
....

127 % 127%

82
82
91

B id .

30.

2 7

136%

134%

2,000

98
104
104

June

RECORD

115 %
127%

irr

130

41.000
40.000

M ONTHLY

Sale
83
Sale

....

100 %

72% 74
115 . . . .

128

128

84% Sale
84% Sale
95% Sale

99
73

85% Sale
85 .......
96
96%

June 9 100% June 20
June 4 74 June 13
June

84 June
83% June
ua % June

6 128

June

M ay

9 133

M ay

9

08 « Jan. 6 102 Mar. 27
72 M ay l c 82% Feb. 21
li,.% A p r . 2 116 % M ay 27

6 127% Jan. 25 123

6 85% June 30
6 85 m June 11
6 96% June 18

82 Jan.
82% Jan.
9 1 Jan.

3
e
3

Juno

6

87 Feb. 28
86% Mar. 25
96 m Apr. 23

D

118%
5.000 135
7,0 t0 136%

117% Mar. 21 120% Jan. 28
June 24 135 June 24 135 June 2 i 133 Apr. 1
June 18 137% June rO 137 June 18 1» 1 Apr. 24

1 1 7 % ......... 117%
1 3 4 % .........
136% 187% 1 3 7 “

135
137

135
116%
10 3%
114

136%
. ..
Sale
114 %

101% .......

1 1 4 % .......

135% June 1 1 135% June 11 133 % Jan. 6 137 M ay 19
117 June 25 1 1 7 June 25 116*8 Mar. 31 119% M ay 2
102 June 28 1033s Juno 2 10:2 June 28 105% Mar. 5
114% M ay 28 117 % Mar. 21

140

144

140

143

13 8 %

8,000

1,000

2,000

117 %

116
1,000 14718

135% . . . . .
116 % 119

June 5 143

June

5 143

144

June

M ay 12

i l 2%

112 %

115% Feb."

2,000 1 1 0 ‘s

108%

108%

1,000 1 5 0 "

147%

1 4 7 % .......
14 7 % 15 0

June 12 109 June 12 108% Apr.
...........
. '1113 8 Feb.
147% June 3 147% June 3 147 % June
147-1 June 18 147% June 18 147% June

109 June
111% Feb.
151 % Apr.
147% June

104% Sale
110 % lli%
109% Sale

(03% 104

103% June 11 104% June

104% Apr. 28
112 Jan. 6
113 m Apr. 1 7

114 “

5,000

191,000 101% Sale
110
....... .
27.000 110 % ...... .
39.000

91%

86

104

105
7,000

.......

109

....

no

90

Sale

109% June

2 Hi

84% M ay 26

90

5 101

.Time 13 109% June
June 30

84% June 26

E

115

1,000 114%

118%
5,000 119
1 1 8 % ....... .
114
1 1 3 % ....... .
1 1 9 % ____
118%
1 0 6 % .........
106
13,000
14 1
138 % 139
134

..........

115
119

113%

119%

107
139

....
....

June 10 101
92%
85% June 13 86% June 20' 84%
93 June 11 9 1 J une 6 92%
114% June 9 115 June 20 112 %
June 20 1 1 1

Jan. 20 115

M ay 20

June 5 114

June 5 112*8 M ay 26 115

Fob. 26

119 % June

...

141% 138% Juno 30 139
2 102

89

Sale

87% June U

89

313,000

95% Sale
132 ....... .

9 6 % B ale

94% Sale

9 4 % J u n e 18

95% Juno 2

1 2 0 % ..... .

....
Sale
........
....... .

116 117 %
....... I K )

S a le

123% 124 %
104% 1 08
1 3 0 % .........
115
.........

123
108

100% Juno

124% 123% Imi.
108

137

3 1.24

117

110

1117% ........

102 %
108

1 0 .)

109

J u n e 26 109

1 0 ,0 0 0

I 22

1,606

112
I 01

/n#%

F

....................... 1 1 4

! 105
.........
I ..... . . . . .
105 10 8
30 4.0 0 0

28.000

1 0 6 % Hale

S3
i
104

1 14% ...»

......... 1100

...........

89%

104% ; 109

.............
s o P a .........

00%
106

113
,1 0 4

Apr. 28
Jan. 9

1 125% Apr. 25
Jan.
2
103% A p r.
1 10 6
1 3 0 % M a y 20 1 3 7 % J u n e 2 3

1 1 8 % Apr. 23

I 15%
I lf>%
102
100
I I6

J u n o 26

114 % Juno

12(1% J u l i e

12

June

t 18

Feb.

H

1 18

M u r.

5

,011
Apr.
1 10% Jan.
1 1 6 % M ay

1
13
3

6

I

Jan.
Jan.
M ar.
Feb.
J an.

12 3 % Jan,
I oh % J a n ,
•12
June
114

116

M ay

10(1% F e b .

1 1 3 % 1 12
00

0 0 % Halo

1 1 3 % ......... 113%
1 1 3 % ......... 113

Jan. " 3

June 12 123% M ay

10 7% ... . . . 1 0 7 %
1 0 6 % .. . . . 1 0 6 %
1 0 7 % . . ... HH

1 1 3 % Hale.

90

96
138

93% Feb.
183
Jan.

11 I % Ju n e 1 1 i 112 % Jan.

123%
. . . 1 2 J % 1 2 5 % 1 2 6 % J uric
.. 1 0 9 %
1 12
Halo 1 1 0
i i s ” June

j 100

14
25
16
13
16
25
25
12

118 % Apr. 1

I 1 3 % ...........

"

87% Mar. U

137% June 23 1 3 7 % J u n o 2 3

22,000 110
108%

June 20

115
1 1 8 % ........... i 18%
1 1 5 % ........ 1 1 0 %

1,090 10 9 %
115%

101 % 1 0 2 '

10
24
6
26
16

M ay
1 1 5 % J a n . 13 1 1 8
6 118 *8 May 20 12 2 J a n .
115
M a r . 14 1 lfl% Apr.
1 20
M a y 2 6 1.2 1 % Jail.
l u s *6 J a n . 18 1 0 9 % J a n .
June 6 13 8 M a r . 5 1 4.2 Fob.
Feb
136
M a y 21 139
June 12 9 8 % F o b . 4 102 June

87% Sale

100%

June
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.

6 LI9% June

89 % Sale

13 b

10
15
25
28
7

June 20 115

99% Sale

1 13

June
M ay
Apr.
Feb.
Mar.

June 10 iO l

459,000

1,606

101
95%
87%
95%
115

6

10 1

18 5 ,6 0 6

"

Jan.

114

114

106

90

115

99 ......... 100 .......
.........
93
92% 03
228,000 86 Sale
86
Sale
8 6 % Sale
28,000 94% Sale
......... 94% 937a Sale
6,000 113
......... 112 % ........... 1 1 2 % ........
08

12,000 123%

Jan.

1 1 0 % Mar.

12
4
2
18

104

90

1,000

LI534 Feb." 19

105

June
J u n o 11

t 137 J u n e I 1 I 00
0 0 % June H- 68

...I ......... .

192

17 1 1 5 % M a y ' 2 0

120% June
112
112

14 1 l i f

6

Mflr. 18
June 2

Apr." 2 3

m 10 5% F e b . 2(1

J a n . 3 0 lift**. M a y 20
4
Feb.
0 9 2 % A pr.

May

H 106% Jan . 25

. 0 0 % j ;... 27 1 1 1 % M a r , 20

THE

3 8
BONDS.
N ew Y

ork

S t o c k Ex ch a n g e .

■a
i- o
St
%

S a le s i n
June.
P a r v a lu e

G lia Y . G. A N. See So. Pac.
Gouv. & O swegat. See N .Y . Cent.
11498000
Gt. N o .-C .B .A Q . ooll. tr. 48.1921 J R egistered.................. Ju ly , 1921 QGreenbrier Ry. See Ches. & O.
an. & St. Jo. See C. B. & Q.
oosatonlo. See N .Y . N. H. & H.
113,000
Hook’g V a l.,l8 to o n .,g ., 4% s.l999 J R e g iste re d .............................1999 J Col. & H. V., 1s t ex t. g., 48.1948 AHons. E. A W. T ex. See So. Pac.
H. & T ex. Cent. See So. P ao Co.
llinois Central, 1 s t g. 4 s . . . 19 5 1 J
R egistered.............................. 1951 J 1 s t, gold, 3% s........................ 19 5 1 J R e g iste re d ......................... 1951 J
1 s t g. 3s, sterlin g ................. 1951 M
R egistered .......................... 1951 M
8,000
Gold 4 s................................. 1952 A
R e g iste r e d .........................1952 A
‘i ’ooo
Gold 4 s....................
1953 M
R e g iste r e d ......................... 1953 M
Cairo B ridge, gold, 4 b ....... 1950 JR e g iste re d ......................... 1950 JL ou isville div., g., 3% s---- 1953 JR eg iste re d ......................... 1953 JMiddle d iv., reg., 5 s.............1921 F
8t. Louis d iv .,g ., 3 s............. 19 5 1 J R e g iste re d ......................... 19 5 1 J 1,000
Gold, 3 % t ...........................1951 J
R eg iste re d ......... ........... 19 5 1 J
Spring!, div. 1s t gold 3 % s.l9 5 1 J R egistered....... .................. 1951 J
W estern L in es 1 s t g. 4s. ..1 9 5 1 FR egistered .......................... 19 5 1 FB elle. & Caron., 1 s t, 6s. ..19 2 3 J CarD. & S b a w .,ls t,g .,4 s — 1932 M
1,000
Ob. St. L. A N. O., gold 5 s .19 5 1 J R e g is te r e d ......................19 5 1 J Gold 3 % s ........................1951 J R egistered ................... 19 5 1 J Memph. div., 1 s t, g., 4 s ..19 5 1 J R egistered .......................19 5 1 J 8 t.L . So., 1 s t ,g u .,g .,4 s ...1931 M
Ind. B l. A W. See Clev.O.C. A St.L.
31,000
Ind. l»eo. A W e st.,1 s t, g .,5 s .1935 J ■
1 s t guar, gold 5 s .................. 1935 J Ind. 111. & l a . , 1 s t, g o ld ,4 s ...1950 J6,000
ln te rn ’l & Gt.No.— 1s t, g., 68.1919 M149,000
2d, gold. 5 s.............................1909 M
3d, gold, 4 s ............................ 19 21 M'
20,000
Io w a C entral, 1 s t, gold, 5 s ... 1938 J 25,000
Refunding gold 4 s...............19 5 1 M
Jefferson RR. See Erie.
a l.A ll. A G R . SeeL.S.A M .S.
an A Mich See Tol. A O. C.
K . C. F t. Sc. A M. See St. L. A S. F.
K an .C .A M .R .A B .— ls tg n .g ,5 s .’29 k - O
K . C. A Paclflo. See M. K . A T.
158,000
K an. City South., 1st, g., 3s, 1950
R e g iste re d .............................1950
K en tu cky C en t See L. A N.
K eok. A Des Mo. See C. R. I. A P.
K n o x v ille A Ohio. See So. R y.
11,000
ake E. A W .. 1 s t, gold, 5 s. .19 3 7 J 2d, gold, 5 s ..............
1941 J N orthern Ohio 1 s t gu. 5 s ..1945 A L. Sh. & Mich. So. See N. Y . Cent
L ehigh V a l. (Pa.), ooll. g. 5 s .1997
R eg istered .............................1997
5.000
Leh. V. N. Y . lstg u .,g .,4 % 8 -19 4 0
2.000
R e g iste re d ............................1940
5,000
Leh. V. Ter. R y. I s tg u .,g .,5 s .l9 4 1
R egistered............................. 1941
Leh.V. Coal Co.,1 s t,g u .,g .,5 s.1933
R egistered ............................. 1933
1,000
Leh. A N. Y .—1s t, gu., g., 48.1945
R egistered......................................
Elm. C. A N., 1st, g, ls t p f.6 s .’14
Gold. guar. 5s...................1914
Leh. A Hud. R.See Cent, of N. J.
Leh. A W ilkesb. See Cent. N. J,
L eroy A Caney V al. See Mo. Pac.
L on g Dock. See E rie.
L on g I s la n d le t consol., gold, 5 s..J u ly , 19 3 1
-J
■J
1st, con., g , 4 s...........Ju ly , 19 3 1
25,000
D
Gen. g., 4 s.............................. 1938
-8
F erry , 1s t, g., 4% s...............1922
D
Gold, 4 s................................... 1932
2,000
Unified gold 4 s......................1949 - S
D
D eb., geld, 5s.........................1934
B ’k lyn A M ontauk, I s t 6 s ..l9 1 1
-8
-8
1 s t 5 s................................... 19 11
N. Y .B . A M . B .,C o n .,g. 5s. 1930
O
N. Y . A Ro. Boh., 1s t, g .,5 s . j.927
S
N. Sh.boh., 1 st.con. ,5s.Oot.,1932 -J
44,000
Louis. & Nash, gen., g., 6 s .. 1930
D
1,000
N
Gold, 5 s................................... 1937
147,000
J
Unified, g .,4 s ......................... 1940
R egistered...........................1940
J
N
Coll, tru st, g., 5s....................1931
Coll, trust, 5-20s, g., 48.1903-18
O 140,000
-8
Ceoilian branch, 7 s .............. 1907
D
E . H. A N a sh .,1st, g., 6 s ...1 9 1 9
Louis. Cln A L ex ., g., 4 *28 .19 3 1
N
S . O. A M., 1st, g., 6 s......... 1930
J
N. O. A M .,2d, 6 s.................. 1930
J
P ensacola div., 6s.................1920
-8
St. L. d iv., 1 s t, g., 6 s...........1921
-8
1,000
-8
2d. g., 3 s.............................. 1980
Eenderson B ’g e .ls t s.f., 6s,g.’31
-S
5,000
K en tu cky Cent., g., 4 s ....... 1987
-J
L.AN .AM ob.AM .,l8t,g,41ss.l9 45
-s
N. F la .A S h e f.,ls t, g u .,g .,5 sl9 3 7
A
2,000
Pens. A A t l.,ls t ,g u ., g .,6 s .1921 - A
S. A N . A la .,c o n .,g u .,g ., 58.1936
A
Sink. fd. (8. A N. A la .),6 s.. 1910
O
L o.A Jeff.B rd ge C o.,gu.,g.,4s.l945
-8
L N. A . A Ch. See Ch. Ind, A L.
Tlirahonlng Coal. See L.S.AM.So.
12,000
ixLanhat.R y.(N .Y)oon8ol.48l990
R egistered.............................. 1900
46,606
Metropol’n E l., 1st, gold, 6s. 1908
M anlto. S .W .C o lo n iz.,g .,5 s..l9 3 4
M oK’p t A B .V ern . See P.M oK .A Y.

Q U O T A T IO N

P r ic e about
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id .

A sk ,

P R IC E S I E
June
B id .

2.

|V o l . L X X V

SUPPLEM ENT

R A N G E S IN C E J A N .

JUNE.

1.

30.

A s k . B id .

L o w e s t.

H ig h e s t.

L o w e s t.

H ighest.

A sk .

June

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

95% Jan. 22
94% Mar. 13

97% June 30
96% Jan. 10

96% gale
96 Sale

96

Sale

107% Bale

111

Sale

111

Sale

105

105

105

107

115%
113

115 %
113
105%

97% Sale

95% June 9 97% June 30

H

I

114

ii3

/0734

105%
106% . . . .
/ o j% ---/05 *4 /o6 % 104%

iio ”

113

I 2/%

86% ....

86 %

Apr. 17 106% Jam 20

4 101% Apr.

2

87% M ay

8

June 19 10 1

June 19 100% M ay"" 8 10 1

June 1 9

113 % Feb. 24 114 % Jan.

127% Sale
12 7 .......

3

106%

105

10 4

10 7

104

93

Feb. 15

123

109

124
Sale
77
Bale
.......

Jan. 24 116

87% M ay 24

113

105

122
100%
72
116 %

Mar. 19

100% Feb.

127% June 30 127% June 30 127% June 30 13 1

10 1

107%

1 0 8 % ....... .
108 . . . . .
10 2% 104
122 Sale
100 Sale
......... 78
116 ....... .

109
109

....
....

102 % . . . .

Apr. 15

104% Apr. l i 104% Apr. 1 1

97%

.....

2

Mar. 19 106

106% June 17 106% June 17 105

101%

130%
129%

lo j^ t

M ay

106% 104% June 26 104% June *28 103% M ay 1 10 6 ja m 3 1
104% May 20 104% M ay 20

123
127

7 112

104% Mar." 25 1053s Feb." 15

112

114 %

2 107% Jan,
106

101 % 1 0 0 % 1 0 1 % 10 1

/oo1*

June

i io ” ” ”

100% 101% 100%
100 ....
120 .... 120

,

9 111

115

106% .
105

110% June

108% June 4 109

122% 124%
9934 1 0 0 %
75
78
116 % 1 1 7
97 Sale

122

72% Sale

72

100
116
97

Mar.

June 17 105% Mar.

lOO"’
June 2 122 June 2 12 1%
June 2 100% June 23 99%
75
June 16 116 June 16 116
June 30 97 June 30 96

Jam"
M ay
M ay
Jan.
June
Jam

3 104% Jam 22
3 109
28
21
28
15
16
6

June 1 7

102%
127
103
80
119%
97

Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.

22
18
18
1
29
3

74

Mar.

7

K

L

715s Sale

7 2 % gale

123
120
__
7/6% 7/7% 118
1 13
114 . . . .
770
IO S
Il6

124

123

7238 June 7

June 2 L23

120

1 1 3 % .......

112

109

Jam 10 110% Feb.

3

1 1 1 % June 24 1 1 1 % June 24 1 6 9 ” Jan. ” 2 1 112” ' May" " 7
109% June 18 109% June 18 109% June 18 109% June 18
118% June 21 11838 June 21 1183s June 21 120% Mar. 7

112

117 %

7 1% Jan. 18

June 10 120% Jam 9 123 June 10
116 Jam 15 1173s Feb. 5
112% M ay 13 113 Jam 8

107

118
110

109
96

<j6%
100

123

11«

110

__

706%

116

108

770% 111

706% _
_

Sale
.......
.......

June 1 1

106%
97

119
.......

104

120

97

June 19

97

June 19

97

June 19

97

June 19

107

12 1% Jan.

122

8 122

Feb.

6

102% Sale
103 .......

101% June 27 102% June 9 1 0 1 % June 27 104% M ay 28
103 M ay 29 104 Feb. 10

......... 102 %

102

102

107%

107%

118% 119
113 .......
100% Sale

1 1 3 % .......
112 ......
118 .......
116 .......
103% Sale

119 119% 119
116
116% ..
103% 103% 103

113

112

1 0 0 % 1 0 2 % 102
101% ........

102

......

99 .......
1 0 4 % .......
1 1 6 % .......
109 .......
113 % 117
112% ........
772%.....

100%

1 1 3 % .......
1 1 1 % .......
128% Sale
118 124
112

124

......
.......

qS

770%

Sale

...... 112

100 % ......
105 .......
1 1 3 % .......
111% 113
1 3 1 % .......
125 .......
1 1 8 % .......
1 2 5 % .......
100

112%
114%

110
115%
114 %
114%

700%

. . ..
. .
116%
115
....

99

111%

100

100 %

105
113%

June 23 102

June 6
June 19
Ju ly 12
June

6

Jam 4 102% M ay 13
Jan. 22 1 1 1 Jam 22
Feb.
Jam
Jam
Apr.
Apr.
June
100 Jan.
115 Feb.
1 0 1 % Mar.

118
112 %
114%
122
117
103%

Mar.
Jam
Apr.
Jam
Mar.
Jam
Jam
Feb.
M ay

114% Feb. 17 116

131%
125
116%
125**
72

111%

99
111

1 12
112 %
112 %
119 June l: 118%
116 June 19 116
1 0 3 S June 28 1< 0%
4
100
115
100 June 25 100

111 %

101

June 23

75
102

115%
i i4%
114%
11 %
99

105% Sale

104% 10434 101% Sale

i l i " Sale'

i l ’i " 8ale

June 20

75

128%
122
115
125%
June 20 ■ 5

99
110%
114 %
114 % June 16 114% June 16 112
100% June 11 101

June" 17

Jam
Jam
Feb.
M ay
June

M ay

1
10
24
14
24
28
6
24
17
6

2 130% Feb. 28

29
24
27
20

124%
1163s
127%
77%

Jam 3 101%
Jam 31 110%
Feb. 1 1 114 %
Feb. 20 114 %

Apr. 16
Mar. 22
Feb. 5
Apr. 19
Apr.
Mar.
Feb.
June

30
20
11
16

104% June 30 10434 June 10 104% June 30 107% Mar. 20

113 % 114% 113*7$' June 27 li4 % June 19 l i 3

Jam 20 1143s’ June 19

J

uly , jwo?

BONDS.
N e w Y o rk S t o c k E x c h a n g e .

NEW
C

st

8 nl.es in
June
P a r v a in *

M etropol. E lev. See M anhat. By.
Mex. Cent., oon., gold, 4 s — 1913 J - J
1st, oon., in o .,g., 3 a..Ja n ., 1939 Ju ly
2d, oon., ino., g.. 3 a ..J a n ., 1939 Ju ly
Equip, and o o llat.,g., 5 a ...19 17 A - O
2d -eries, gold. 5a.. — 1919 A -O
CoL tr. g., 4*23, 1 s t aeries.. 1907 F - A
Mex. Internat. 1st con, e . 4s. 1977 M -S
Mex. N at., 1st, 6a, ctfs. d e p ..l9 2 7
M ex. Northern 1 s t gold, 6 a ..19 10
R egistered.............................. 1910
M ichigan Central. S e e 'S . Y . Cent.
M idland of N .J . £ eeN .Y.Sua.& W .
Mil. L .S .& W est. geeC hio.& N .W .
Mil. & Madison. See Ch. & N. W.
M il. & N orth’n. Bee Ch. M. & St. P.
Minn. & St. L., 1st, gold, 7 a .. 1927 J - D
Iow a ex., 1 s t, gold., 7a.........1909 J - D
Pacific ex ., 1s t, gold, 6 s ....19 2 1 A - n
8. W. ex., 1st, g., 7 a ............. 1910 J - D
1 s t eons., g., 5a..................... 1934 M N
1 s t & refund., g., 4 s............ 1949 M -S
Win & St. L . gu. Bee B. C. R. & N.
Minn. & Pacino, 1 s t, 5a, atpd.
4a, paym en t of int. gu .........1936 J - J
Minn. S. 8.M. & A tl. le t , g. 4a,
atpd., paym en t of int. g u ..l9 2 6 J J
M. St. P. & S. S. M ., oon., g ., 4a,
atpd., paym ent of int. g u ..l9 3 9 J - J
Minneap. Un. See St. P. M. & M.
Mo. K an. & T ex.— 1s t, g., 48.1990 J - D
F -A
2d, gold, 4a........................... June, 1990
le t , E xten sion gold 5a....... 1944 M - N
8t. Louis D iv., 1st, reg. 4a.2001 A O
Dal. & W a .,la t ,g u .,g .,5 a ...l9 4 0 M - N
K a n .C . & P ao., 1 s t , g .,4 s ... 1990 F - A
M .K. & T. of T. 1 s t gu. g. 58.1942 M - S
8her.8hr’v. & 8 o .lst, gu. ,g. ,5a. ’43 J- D
Tebo & Neosho, 1st, 7 s __ 1903 J D
Mo. K . < E ., 1st gu.,g., 5 s.......1942 A - O
fe
M issouri Pacific— id , 7 s ....... 1906 M- N
1s t consol, gold 6 s...............1920 M - N
Trust, g., 5 s ........... ...J a n ., 19 17 M 8
M -8
R egistered.......................... Jan., 19 17
1 s t, ooil., gold, 5s.................. 1920 F - A
R egistered........................... 1920 F - A
Cen.Boh R y., 1s t, gu., g., 48.1919 F - A
L eroy & C. Val. A . L. Is t5 s ..l9 2 6 J - J
P ac.R . of Mo. I s t e x . g .,4 s ..1938 F - A
2d extended, gold, 5s.......1938 J - J
8t. Louis & Iron M o u n ta in Gen. con. ry. & Id. gr. 58.1931 A - O
Gen. con., stped. gu. g. 58.1931 A - O
U nif. & ref., gold, 4s.......1929 J - J
R eg istered .......................1929 J - J
Verdigris V. In d .& W .lst 5s. 1926 M -8
Mob.A Birm .,prior lien, g.,5 s.l9 4 o J - J
J -J
Sm all......................................
M ortgage, gold, 4 s............... 1945 J - J
Sm all............................................. J - J
Mob. Jack. & K .C., 1s t, g. 5a,1946 J - D
Mob. < Ohio, new , gold, 6 s ..1927 J - D
fc
1 s t extension, 6 s....... J u ly , 1927 Q-J
Gen.. 4a................................... 1938 M -S
C oliat tru st 4s. See Southern.
Montgom. D iv ., 1st, g. 5s. .1947 F -A
S t L. A C. co ll.tr.,g .,4 s.M a y ,’30 Q - F
G uaranteed, gold, 4s — 1931 J - J
Mohawk <s Mai. S e e S . Y . C. A H.
M onongahela R iv. See B alt. <* O
S
M ontana Cent. See St. P. M. & M.
M organ’ s La. & T .— Bee 8o.Pac.Co
M orris < Essex. Bee D el. L. & W.
fe
a sh ville Chatt. & St. Louis—
1st, 7 s................................. 1913
J
1s t, oon., gola, 5 s..................1928
-O
1st, gold, 6s, Jasper B o h ... 1923
-J
1 s t 6s, McM. M. W. & A 1 ...1 9 1 7 J - J
1s t 6s, T. 4 P , b .................... 19 17 J - J
Wash. Flor. A Bhef. Bee Lou. & N.
Nat. of Mex. prior lien, 4*28... 1926 A -O
1s t consol. 4 s ....................... 1951 A - O
N. H. & Derby. #eeN .Y.N .H .A H.
N. J. Juric’ n HR. See S . Y . Cent.
N ew p’t A Gin, B ’ge. See Penn. Co.
N .O .A N .E .,pr.T n ,g.,6s.N ov.,19 15 A-O
N. Y. B. A Man. Beach. S ee L. Isi.
N. Y. C. & Hud. R . - i s t , 7 s . .1903 J - J
R egistered...........................1903 J - J
Gold m ortgage 3*98.............1997 J - J
R e g iste re d ......................... 1997 J- J
Debenture 5s o f.........1884-1904 M - 8
R egistered.................1884-1904 M -8
Reg, debenture 5 b o f .1889-1904 M - 8
Debenture, g., i n ....... 1890-1905 J - D
Registered, deb. 4* 1890-1905 J - D
Debt eerie., e x t., g -,4 a ........1906 M-N
R egistered...........................1905 M-N
Lake Shore oollat., g.,3*«8.1998 F A
R egistered...........................1998 F -A
Mich. Cent, ooilat., g., 3*2*1998 F A
R egistered.......................... 1998 F-A
Beech Or’k, is t ,g u ..g ., 4 s .. 1936 J - J
R egistered..........................1936 J - J
2d guar., gold, 5 s...............1936 J J
Rem?* re red .....................1936 J J
B ’oh r ’k Kx. I at gu. 3 > Feb.’5 ! A -O
2s.
R egistered.............. Feb,, 1961 A -O
C a n . * Ad., 1 s t,g u .,g ., 4«. 1981 J D
Olearfleld Hi turn. Coal C o r y .
ls t s .f. 1nl,.gu.,g.,4»,ser. A. 1940 J J
Sm all bonds, series B .1940 J J
Gonv. A O. 1 st guar., it.. 5s. 1942 J I >
Moh. *M » I. ls t,g n .,g ., 4h..1 9 9 i M 8
Income, 6 s ........................ 199 Kept,
N .J. Jane. R .,gm , 1st. 4 s ...19 8 6 F A
Registered certificate*... 1980 F A
N. Y. A T'ut.,1 stoor>,,gii.g.4s. 1993 A O
Nor. A Mont. l» tg n .,g ., 6 s ,1910
West Shore, 1st, i s , g u ....... 2301
Registered..... .................... 2301 J - J
Lake Hhore, consol., 2d, 7s. 1903 J - D
Registered...........................1903 J D
Gold 3*as............................ 1997 J D
R egistered....................... 1997 J - 1)
Det. Mon, A To!.. 1st, 7s 1900 F A

N

Y O R K STOCK

E X C H A N G E M O N T H L Y RECORD

P ric e aO oul
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

*
356.000
785.000
300.000

B id .

P H I OHS IS J U N E .
June

in k

H2 8ale
32 Sale
22*4 Sale

B id .

2.

30.

82*4 83
32*2 Sale
21
23

4 xk S a le P r ic e s .
82*8 June f
84 5s Sale
......... 32*2 31*4 June 24
21 June 10
22
22*8
96

....... . /oz%

Lowest.

SaJ> P ric e s

8 4 5g June 27
33*s June 1
22*4 June 13

June 13

1 8 % June 30

14 4 * 2 ........
118 Sale
121 ......
120*3 _
_
li3
Sale
105 Sale

145
118
127Ss
120*3
123
1 ,5

S ale

82

___
119
123
124
.......

118
127

P rices.

Sale P r ic e s .

Jan. 2 85 Apr. 14
303 e Feb. 21 36*9 Apr. 14
20*2 M ay 20 25*9 Apr. 12

96

M ay 29 98% June 30

147*2 Jan.
June 10 118 June
June 10 26*8 Apr.
i21 Jan.
123*8 June 12 l • 0*4 Jan.
105*2 June 18 103*2 Jan.

June 2 118
June 10 12 7

12234 June

105

June

99%
83
It, 4*3
85*3

June 9 100*4
June 2 85
June 3 107%
June 10 87%

1.

H ig h e s t.

100*2 J a n .'“ 9 10 1

97

97*4

14 7 .......
7.000 1 1 7 * 2 .......
.
5.000 12= .....
117*2 ___
15.000 120*3 122
70.000 103 104

H igh est.

L o w est.

98
84
ICO
100

R A N G E S IN C E J A N .

A s k . B id .

.

115,000

June

2 &

F e b .'s

9 147*2 Jan. 9
10 12 1 Apr. 7
23 127% Feb. 13
21 121 Jan. 21
3 124*2 Apr. 1 7
14 106 Feb. 27

97

97

94
178.000
356.000
129.000
240.000

98
83

8ale
Sale

10 3

104

9 9*8 ....... . 100 Sale
80*3 Sale
83 Sale
I 06 ....... . 107*2 Sale

9 7 * 2 ......... 102*8......... 102*8 .
'*2,000 ___ 91
90*3 91*2 9 0 * 3 J u n e
90% . . . .
8,000 105 106
106 J u n e
10 5 *2 ........
105**
.........102*s
6,000
11,000

114

115

84.000 123*2 Sale
96.000 107*2 Sale
125,000 108%, Sale
59,000

9i *
103

3.000 106
5.000 1 13

111*8......... 111*8
110*2......... 111*2 113
122
124*2 Sale

107*2 108 H 109
107*2 Sale
' 93*2 Sale'

105

107*4 105 108
......... 1 1 5 * 2 .......

93,000 117*2 118
115** 117%
325*,000 93 Sale

....... 117*2
....... 116
9438 Sale

90

95

20
3

3

90% June 3

111
HI
12j C
107%

June 17
June‘20
.Time 0
June 5

1 1 1 % June 19
11234 June 2 1
12484 June 21
109 June 27

107

June

107*« Sale
93*2

4 10734 June 27

5 108

93 *3 June 13

98 Jan.
81*s Mar.
103 Jan.
85*2 June
102 Feb.
90*3 Mar.
1 04*9 Mar.
101*2 Jan.

20
13
9
10
8
4
5
10

10 1*2 Apr.

85*2
108
87%
106%
92
107%
105*9

June
Apr.
June
Feb.
Jam
June
Jam

111
110*9
1 22
100%

18
14
14
13

113*9
114%
126
109*4

Mar. 27
Jam 9
Apr. 29
Feb. 28

June 10 106

94" June 2

Jan.
M ay
M ay
Jan.
Feb.

5 108% Jam

91*8 Feb. 27

95

3
30
24
3
28
22
27
11

3

Apr. 12

'
June 13 106 .Tune 1 3 1 0 4 *4 Apr. "if 107*4 Jam 20
June 19 11. 6*2 June 1 2 1 114 Jan. 29 116*2 June 12

106
115

106
116

116 1 1 7
. . . . 116
95 Bale

116*3 June .0 117 % June 23 1 15% M ay 21 120

Mar. 2 7

June

6 , 95

June 25

92*9 Jan. 22

95

93

94

94*2 97 *2

90

12,000 12 9 *3 .......

23
60

Apr.

9

93*2 Mar. 25

103*2
117%

103*2
112*4

08

109

Sale

June
June
June
June

87*2
12834
126

June 9 129

97 "
June 9 129
12 7
June 17 98

Mar. 25

Apr. 30 97
June 9 132
Jan. 23 128*2
Feb. 24 100

Apr.
M ay
Jan.
M ay

30
28
31
22

100

i 92*3

727*2 -----

6,000

20,000 116
0<
3%
10,000 101

129 ....
129
126% ....
99
99 7 100
g
117 ......
93*3 ... .

117

101** Sale

100*3 Juno 20 lO lG June 30 100*2 June 20 101*3 June 30

128*3

128*8 June 12 129 June 11 126*4 Jan.
114 June 17 114*4 June 26 114 Jan.

100*2

3.000] ........ 129 V 128
129
6,000 [112% ......
114
........... 77A*3
119 ........
........... ....... 116% 1116*4.........
! 104

15,000
128,000

4,000 102*3 .

10,000

108

10,000

1 0 3 % .........
1 0 3 * 3 ...........
99% ......

100 %)

__

103

2,000 100 *4.........

219.000
1 1 ,0 0 0

25,000

---- 96

.........
......
...j

103

976a S a le
Qb

119*,
117*3

1047a

1 02 * 3 .......

10 2 *9
10 0
10 1*3
lo o 10 1 * j
<
100*4 10 1 *a
10 0% 101*3

104*4 .. . 101
108 109 109
107*3 . . . . 103%
1 * 103*3 103*0
*3
102 % ...... 1 0 3
9 9 % .......
99%).......
10 0
.......

99%

95% Bale

07

H a le
06
i/jh

9 1 1 7 5 9 June 10 114

90% Bale
96
94*3 95*s

Feb.

7 118*2 May 10

129
116

June 1 1
Mar. 11

102 Apr. 24 104 M ay 15
78*2 June 25 81% Mar. 1 1

102% Apr.

104%
104%
10**4
109
104
103%

1 0 1 > A p r. 11
4
100% Jan.
1
1 0 0 % J u n o 10

101% Apr.’ 29
100% Jam 4
101% Apr. 3

10< 7a J l ine 23 1 0 4 7a J u n e 2 3 103*8 Jan.
104*3 June 0 10 4 % J u n e 1 0 10 :1*8 Feb.
108*8 June 9 1 0 9 J u n e 2 5 108 Jam
108*9 Apr.
103 June 6 1 0 3 J u n e 1 0 102% Apr.

100% June 10 100*3 June 10
9 5 % J u n o 20
93*4 J u n e 3
95
J u n e I ’.'

1)4%
93
93%
93

M ay
June
Apr.
Feb.

20
P
8
6

93

94% June 9
93 June 9
94*2 June 24

Apr.

3

June
Juno
Apr.
J am
Jam
Jan.

23
10
8
27
28
3

98 Jan. 24
116% Jam 16
97% Jam 3
96 Jam 14

108*4
1 1 7 *s

117*3

June

104 June 2 104 June
7 c *3 June 25 79*a June

Sale

104 58 . . . .

roj^e

12,000

11469

June 16 100

1 1 7 * 3 ..........

103
03

.!.........
1
.......

95

93

93

95

Apr.

3

I !3 ‘3

10 5

I08*a ...

10 5 *«

102

Lbs**
79 .0 0 0
2 8 .0 0 0
1,000
...............
...............

112%
112
1 07*8
107%
108%

H a le
1 14 % I15 * a 1 15 % B ale
.................................. ..
1 1 3 % Haiti
........
1 0 4 % ........... 1 0 4 * 3 . . . .
------- 1 0 4 ’4 ........... 10 4*3 . . . .
1 0 0 % 1 0 « * m .........................1 0 7

1 1 5 % ...........

114

........... 1 1 2

J u n e IH
J a m 20 1 1 6
114% June
M 16
J u n e 18 1 I 2
I 1 3 H> J u n e 13 1 1 6 % J u n e I 1 1 12*« Jan. 2 2 1 1 5 % J u n e 11

104% J u n e 24

lO i'o June 24

104*9 J u n e 2 4 1 0 7 % M a r

1
104‘4 Ma y

108*4 F o b .
1 1

4

Feb.

3

1 0 7 *1 M a r. 1 3
10 9 > F e b . 17
9

fl 1 1 4

Feb.

«

N ew

THE
B O N D S .
Y ork S to c k Ex ch an g e .

N. Y . Cent. & Hud. R iv.— ( C o n . )—
K a l.A .A G .R .ls t, gu.0-5s.1938
Mahon. Coal R R .,ls t, 5 s .1934
P itts. M oK.A Y .,l* t , gu .,68.1932
2rlf prnfvr., 6a. _................-.19 34
M cK. St B elle V .,le t,g .,6 s.l9 18
6 s ..: ...................................1931
"Rfigi A fired______---- -193 1
t,
4b
....................................1940
R egistered __ ... — 1940
Jack. L. & 8 .,gold, 3%s 19 5 1
B at.C .A H tur.lst g u .g .3 s.l9 8 v
N. Y . A H arlem , g.,8%».....2000
Reigistered __ ................. 2000
N. Y . A N orth., 1 s t, g., 5 s ..1927
R.W .& O .j con., ls t.5 s .J u ly ,1922
O s .& R .,2 d ,g u ., g.,58.M ay,1915
R. W. & 0. T .R . 1 s t 5 s.J u ly,1918
U tica <feBl. R iv .,g u .,g .,4 s ..l9 2 2
N .Y .C hic.& 8t. L .— 1s t, g., 48.1937
R e g iste re d ___________ 1937
N. Y . & Greenwood L .— See Erie.
N. Y . < H ar.— See N. Y . C. & Hud.
fe
N .Y . L ack AW est .— See D el.L.& W .
N. Y . L ake E rie A W est.— <See Erie
N. Y . & N. E . - S s e N. Y . N. H .& H.
H . Y . i L . B ranch. S ee Cent. N. J.
N. Y .N . H. A H., 1s t reg. 4a. 1903
Convert, deb. oertfe., $1,000—
Sm all oertfs., $ 10 0 ..................
H ousaton. R R ., con. g. 5s. 1937
N. H. & D erby, con. 5 s . . . .19 18
N .Y . & N. E n g., 1 s t. 7 o ...1905
1s t, 6 s ................................. 1905
N. Y . A N ortb’n —See N. Y . Cent.
N ew Y o rk Ontario A W estern—
R efund’g, 1s t, g., 4s. June, 1992
N .Y .& P u tn a m — See N .Y . C.&Hud.
N .Y . A Rock. B each —See L .Islan d
N. Y . Snsque. A W est .— See Erie.
N .Y . T ex . A M ex .— See So. Pao Co.
N orfolk A South., 1 s t, g ., 5 s .. 1941
Norfolk A W estern, gen. 6s.. 1931
Im provem ent A e x t., g., 6s.1934
N ew R iver, 1s t, 6 s ............ 1932
N or.A W. B y . 1 s t con. g. 48.1996
R egistered ........ .............. 199*
Poca. C. A C .,jo i n t 4 s ...19 4 1
Ool. Con. A T. 1s t, g u ., g. ,5s. 1922
Bclo. V. A N. E .,1 s t gu.g.4s. 1998
North. Illinois— ^ee Chic. A N. W.
Northern Ohio. S ee L. E rie A W.
No. P acific—Pr. lien, g., 4 s ..1997
R egistered.......... ......... ...... 1997
General lien, g., 3 s .. Jan., 2047
R eg istered .............. Ja n ., 2047
St. P.-Dul. D iv ., g., 4 s ....... 1996
R egistered.......~................1996
C .B .A Q . ooi.tr.4s. See Gt. North.
8t. P. A N o .P ac., gen., g.,68.1923
R egistered certificates... 1923
St. P au l A D u lu th, 1 s t, 5 s ..1931
2d, 5 s..................................19 17
1 s t consol, gold 4 s...........1968
W ash. Cent. R y. 1 s t g. 4 s .1948
Nor. P. Ter. Co., 1st, g., 6s— 1933
Nor. R a ilw ay C al.— See Cent. Pao.
North W isoon ,— See O.St.P.M. A O.
Nor. A M ont .— See N. Y . Central.
r»gd. A L. Champ. See R utland.
U n lo Ind. A W.—6'eeC.C.O.ASt.L.
Ohio R iver R R .— 1st, g.. 5 s ..1936
Gen., g., 5 s ............................1937
Oregon A Cal. See So. Pao. Co.
Ore. RR. A N av. See Union Pac.
Ore. Short Line. See Union Pao.
O swego A Rome— -See N. Y . Cen t.
O ttum . C .F .A St. P.— -See C. A.N. W.
■ pacific Coast Co., 1st, g., 58.1946
A aoiflo of M issouri— -See Mo. Pao.
P anam a, 1st, s. f., g., 4 % s ...l9 1 7
S. f., su b s id y ,g .,6 s ............ 1910
P enn sylv.C o.— Gu.', 1 s t, 4 % s.l9 2 l
R e g iste re d .........................1921
Gu. S%s, col. tr. reg. otfs.1937
Gu., 3*38, coll.tr. otfs., B.1941
Ohlc.8t.L. A P .,ls t ,o ., g., 5s. 1932
R e g iste re d ........................ 1932
C leveland A P ittsb ’g, general,
guar., gold, 4% s,8eri ts A. 1942
Series B ............................1942
Series 0. 8%s................. 1948
Series D, 3% s................. 1950
E rie A P ., gen.gu.g.3% s, B.1940
Series C ............................... 1940
Npt.<feCin.B’gegem gm 4%8 1945
P. C. O. A 8t. L ., Series A . . 1940
Series B , g u a r................... 1942
Series 0, g u a r................... 1942
Series D, 4e, g u a r............ 1945
Series E, 3 *48, guar., g .,.1 9 4 9
P itts. Ft.W . A Chic., 1st, 78.1912
2d, 7 s ...................................1912
8d, 7 s ........................Ju ly , 1912
Penn. R R .— 1st. 4s r ’l est, g.19 2 3
Oon., sterlin g, g., 6 s ------- 1905
Con., curr’oy, 6s, reg. Ju ne,1905
Con., g., 5 s .............................1919
R egistered..............Sept., 1919
Con., g., 4 s ............................1943
A lle g .V a l., gen., g .,g u .,4 s .l9 4 2
C leve.A M a r .ls t gu.g.4% s,1935
Dei. Riv. RR. Bge. 1st gen.4sl936
Gr.R. & I.,ex .lst,g u ..g .4 % s.l9 4 1
Sunbury A Lewis. 1s t g. 48.1936
U N.J.RR.At Can.Co..«n.48.1944
W arrants for oonv. 3 % s............
Peneaooia < A t.— -See Lou. A N asn
»
Feo. A E ast.— See 0. C. C. A St. L.
P e o .A P ek . U n ion .,1 s t , g .,6 s .1921
2d. * .,4 % s .................. Feb., 1921
Pere M arquette—
F lin t A P. M arq.. gold 6s..1920
l e t consol, gold 5 s ........... 1939
P ort B u r. D iv., 1st g, 5s 1939
Sag. Tu. & H ..1 st gu ,g 4s. 1931

In t .
P e r io d .

3 0

J -J
J- J
J -J
J -J
J -J
M -S
M -8
Q-M
J-J
J -J
M -S
J -D
M-N
M-N
A -O
A -O
F -A
M-N
J -J
A -O
A -O

J -D
A -O
M-N
M-N
J-J
J -J
M -8

S a les in
June.
P a r v a lu e

$

Q U O T A T IO N

P r ic e a b o u t
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id .

A sk .

B id .

2.

......... 1 4 0 % .........
......
. . . . . . 131
1 2 6 % .........
.........
1 1 8 % ....... 1 1 5
1,000 1 3 1 % ......... 128 130
3,000 ......... IQ I
125 .........

.

roS\2 .........
....... I l l
44,000 107% 107% 105% Sale

1 0 *i*4

.......
.......

H ig h e s t.

L o w e s t.

A sk .

S a le P r ic e s .

S ale P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

141 ........
13 1 .........
126s4 ........
116 .........
127% 130 128
126% 128% 127
1 1 0 % ........

127% Feb.

June 21 128
June 19 12 7

52,000 103% 104% 104
«

530,00t 104% Sale
2,000 104 Sale
404,000 73% Sale
100

108 1 1 1
105% Sale

130

Sale

1053s June 21 106

June 26 225
June 26 216

10,000 106

J -D

22,000 10 9 % .........

A -O
M-N
J -J
J- J
M -S
F -A
A -O
A -O

103

104

Sal6

92% Sale"
109 .

92
109
102

Sale

105

Sale

105 % Sale

73% Sale

74% Sale

103

1033s June 23 104

92

102

"9,000
5,000
30,000
4,000

S a le P r ic e s .

6 127% Feb.

6

June 21 132% Feb. 6
June 19 130 Jan. 14

5 105% M ay 29 108

.........
110
108

Sale

113 % Sale

....... a
.........
....... .
....... .
.........

122% ____
1 2 1 3 s .........
1 0 4 % .........
1 0 3 % ........
102 .........

.........
11 5 ......... 1 1 4 % ....... .
1 1 5 % ......... 114 % ..
1 1 4 % ......... 103 .........
106 .........
96 .........
13 0 % 1 3 1
132 .........
132 .........
130% 13 1
129 ......... 127 129%
109 ........ 109 .......

115
108

118
112

Jan.

6

June 26 204% Jan. 20 225 June 26
June 26 207 Mar. 10 216 June 26
135% Jan. 14 135% Jam 14

June 5 103

116%
June 10 134
132
135
June 6 101%
100%
93% June 19 92

June 10

Mar.

Mar.
June
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
June

3 105% Jam

7
10
18
3
12
13
10

116%
135%
135%
135%
104%
100%
93%

Mar.
Mar.
M ay
M ay
Feb.
Jam
June

4

25
10
26
26
8
13
19

101% June 26 102% June "l 8 101% Jan. 17 104% Apr. 21
Mar.
Feb.
Jam
Feb.
M ay

31
27
31
10
20

1 129% M ay

1

104% June 12 105% June 17 104% Jan. 13
104 June 7 104 June 7 103% Apr. 12
73% June 2 75 June 25 73 M ay 27
72 Jan. 3
j ....................... 100 Jan. 2
129% M ay

128% . .. .
128 130

......... 10 2 % 10 4
9 9 % .........
19,000 1 12 . . . .
113 114
1,000 n o ' g ///% 1 1 2 3 s .........
3
9 6 % .......
97
993s
122 ......... 1 2 1 % .........

10 4
IOJ

H ig h e s t.

106% Mar. 18 106% Jam 10

.....
......... 112 ....... 111% June
....... . 1 1 1
9 9 % ........ 98% 101
.........
92
94%
92*2 96
t i 4 \ t ........
1 1 8 % ......... 1 1 8 % .........

12 0

June

133 134 133 ......... 134 June 10 134
132% ....... 1 3 2 % .........
1E0 136
102 Sale 101% Sale 101% June 24 102

.......

12 1

1.

121% Feb. 26 121% Jan. 8
123% June 17 123% June 17 123% M ay 12 127% Mar. 18
1 1 3 % Jan. 2 114% Jam 20

100
......... 220

Sale

in

June i l 128
June 19 127

1 0 8 % ......... 108% . . . . . .
......... 105% . . . . . . 1 0 5 % .........

J -D
A -O

A -O
M-N
A-O
F -A

L o w est.

100%
......... 225
216
1 3 2 % ......... 132% 135%

225

12 1
1,000 110
100

Q -F
M-N

30.

........ 123
........ 123%
ISO \1 .......
" 1,000 1 2 5 % ......... 123% ___ 123% 124
113 _ . . . . .

1,000 204
22,000
135
//7

R A N G E S IN C E J A N .

JUNE.

93

F -A
Q -F
F -A
A -O
J -D
Q-M
J-J

J -J
A -O
M-N
F -A
J -J
J -J
J -J
A -O
A -O
M-N
M-N
F -A
J -J
J -J
A -O
M-N
J-J
Q-M
M -S
Q-M
M N
M -8
M-N
F -A
J -J
J -J
M -S

June

A s k . B id .

139
130

111
.......
M-N
1,000 13 3 58 .........
M N
130 __ _
F -A
132 .........
A -O
A -O 192,000 102% Sale
A -O
J - D 1,443,060
105 .......
J-J
16,000 101% 102%
M-N
Q -J
Q J
,
Q -F
Q -F
J -D
J -D

P R IC E S IN
June

[V ol. L X X V

SUPPLEM ENT.

108

12 1
3 1 1 1 % June 3 110 %
100
94%
11 5

June 2 108

June 2 108

109% 110% 109% June 28 1133j. June

Jam
Apr.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.

June

31
4
14
19
13

106%
105%
75%
75
102%

122
112%
100
94%
119 %

2 110

Apr.
Feb.
Jam
Feb.
M ay

15
28
14
19
29

Apr.

7

2 109% June 26 114% Mar. 12

102% 105
99%
113*2 Sal© 113 % June 4 113 % June 5
110
112 % June 9 112 % June 9
9 6 % .........
..............
9 6 % ......... .............. ..... .

102%
101%
111%
111%

M ay 1? 102% M ay
Feb. 27 102 Apr.
Feb. 4 113 % M ay
Jam 10 112% M ay

97% Mar.
122% M ay

7 99
2 123

14
14
26
26

Jam 3
Jam 21

1 2 2 % .........
121 3q
10 2 % .........
1 0 3 % .........

102*2 - -

JIO

114%
114 %
113
106

11538 1 1 5 "
1153s 115%
_ _
_
.........
97
132

June 11 115 % June 17 114% Apr.
June 17 115 % Jane 17 114% Apr.
June 13 97% June 3 97
Juno 13 132 June 13 130
130

109%

2 116% 'F e b .'18
2 115% Jam 7

June 13 97'% M ay' 26
Jan. 10 (32 June 13
Jan. 24 13 1% M ay 2

110% Mar.

8 110% Mar.

8

114
106
107 ....... 105
I ll
........ 112 % . . . .
105 ......... 103
1 1 8 % .......
1,705,000
103% Sale
129 131%
0 7 % ........
6,000 124% 12 7
113 115
5,000 114 1 1 7

105
1 1 1 % Mar. 19 1 1 1 % Mar.’ 19
ii2 %
103 .........
115
10 4 Sale l6"3%"june 3 104% June 20 103% M ay 19 104 % M ay ' 2
123

123
111
113

126
114

124% Juno 23 125
.........125
111
.........
1 1 3 % ........ 114 June 13 11.4

130

Jam 28 130% Feb. 10

June 23 124 Apr. 21 125
1 (2 M ay 24 115
June 13 113% M ay 19 117

Mar. 5
Mar. 24
Jam 17

J uly, 1902. J

NEW

BO N D S.
N e w Y ork S to c k Ex c h a n g e .
0
Pine Creek, reg., guar. 6s— 1932
Pitts. C. C. & St.L .— See Penn. Co.
D
Pitts. Clev. & Tol., 1st, 6s... 1922
Pitts. Ft.W.&Chic .— S ee Penn. Co.
J
Pitts. Juno., 1st, 6s.............1922 J - J
Pittsburg & Lake Erie—
3
2d, g., 5s, Ser. A & B.Jan., 1928 A-O
Pitts. McK. & Y. See N. Y. Cent.
Plttsb. Sben. &L. E.1st,g.,5s.1940
D
J
1st oone. 5s....................... 1943
J
Plttsb. < West’n—1st, g., 48.1917
!fc
J. P. M. & Co. certs................
Pitts. Y. & Ask., 1st,con.,58.1927
*
j
■ pending Co., gen., g., 4s— 1997
T
)
Jersey Cent’l, coll. g. 4s...:
)
Registered 4s.................1951
Rensselaer A Sar. See D. & H.
Rick. & Dan. See South’n Ry.
Rick. & Hecklen. See Soutk. Ry
Rio Gr. West., 1st, g., 4s...... 1939
Mge. & coll, tr., g., 4s.,ser. A . ’49
)
)
Utak C.,lst,gu„g.,4s.Jan., 1917
)
Rio Gr. June., lst,gu ., g., 58.1939
Rio. Gr. So., 1st, g., 4s.........1940
Guaranteed 4s.................. 1940
Rock, & Pitts. See Buf. R. A Pit.
Rome Wat & Og. See N. Y. Cent,
Rutland, 1st. conaoL, g., 4%s.l941
Og. & L Ch., 1st, gu. g. 4S.1948
r
Rutl’d-Can., 1st, gu., g., 48.1949
ag. Tusc. A H. See Pere Marq,
alt Lake C., 1st, g., s. f ., 6s.. 1913
8t. J. A G. Isl.—1st, g., 3-4s..1947
8t. Law. A Ad.—1st, g., 5s. ..1996
j
2d, gold, 6s........................1990
St. L. A Cai. See Mobile A Okio.
St. L & Iron Mount. See Mo, Pac
8t. L. K . C. A No. See Wabask.
St.L.M.Br See Ter.RR. As. of St.L.
St. L. & S.Fr. 2d, g., 6s, Cl. B . 1906
2d, g, 6s, Class C............... 1906
Gen., g., 6s........................1931
Gen., g., 5s.........................1931
8t. L. &8. F. RR. g. 4s......1996
Ao. West, dir., 1st, g. 5s.1947
Refunding, gold, 4s....... 1951
Registered.. ...............1951
I
K.C. Ft.S. &M.RR con.g.6s.l928
K. C Ft. S. &M .Ry.ref g.48.1936
>
>
Registered.................. .1936
St. Louis South. See 1 1 Central.
1.
8t. Louis Southwestern—
1st, gold, 4s, bond, otfs___1989 M
2d g.. 4s.mo.bd .otfs.N ot .,1989
Trust Co. certificates......
>
Gray's Pt.Ter.,1st, gu. g.5s.l947
8t. Paul A Dulutk. See No. Pac.
8L P. Minn. & Man.—2d, 6s.1909
iat, consol., 6s................. 1933 J Registered......................1933
Reduced to gold 4%s......1933
Registered...................1933
Dakota ext., gold, 6s.........1910
Mont. Ext., 1st, gold, 4s___1937
Registered......................1937
K. M., 1st div., 1st, g. 5s_1908
Registered...................... 1908
E . Ry. M., No. div. 1st g. 4s.’ 48
Registered................... ..1948
Mlnneap. Union. 1st, 6s___1922
Mont. C., 1st, gu. g., 6s----1937
Registered...................... 1937
1st., guar., gold, 5s........ 1937
Registered................... 1937
Will. &8. F. 1st g., 5s...... 1938
Registered...................... 1938
•t-Paul < Nor.Pao. See Nor. Pao.
k
M.P.& Bloux Cy. See C.St.P.M&O
8. Fe Pres. A Pke., 1st g. 5s. 1942 M-8
« . An. & Ar. Pass. See So. Pao. Co.
B .F .*N .P .,ls t, s. f. g., 5s....1919
B av.F L* W.—I8t, con.,g, 68.1934
1st, g., 5s........................... 1934
8t. John’ s Div., 1st, g., 48.1934 J - J
Ala. Mid., 1st, gu., g., 5s... 1928 M - N
Bruns.AW.. 1st, gu., g.,4s.l938 J - J
811. 8jp. O. A G., gu., g.. 48.1918 J - J
Scioto Val.&N.E. «eeNor.<feWest.
Seaboard AJr Line g. 4s...... 1950
Registered........................ 1950
Coll, trust refund., g., 5s.. 1911
8eab. A Roanoke, 1st, 5s___1926 J - J
Car. Cent. 1st con. g. 4b ... 1949
Bher. 8hr, A Ho. See Mo. K . A Tex.
8iL 8p. O. A G. See Hav. Fla. A W.
■od. Bay <t Ho., lst.g ., 5b ...1924 J - J
J
8o. Carolina A Ga. See Southern.
Southern Pacific Co.—
2-6 year, 4%».................... 1905
4*. Cent. Pacific coll. Aug., 1949
Registered............Aug., 1949
A. A N. W., lBt, gu.,g., 5b..1941J - J
Cent. Pac.,lnt, ref.gu.g. 4H.1949 F- A
Registered..................... 1949 F -A
Mort. guar. g. 8%H.A»g., 1929 J -D
RegiHtered....... Aug., 1929 • - J
J >
Galv. It. A H . A., iHtg. 0». .1910 F A
2d gold 7b...................... 1905 j n
Mm . A Pao. I).. Istg . 5b. 1981 M-N
OUaV.G.A N.,1 at, gu.,K.,5s.l924 M N
H. K. A W. T., 1Bt, g., os... 1933M N
1st, guar., gold, fin....... 1938 M N
a . A T o x . U., l«tg.&a,lnt.gu. 1037 J - J
Con. gold 6b, int. guar... 1.912 A O
Wen. gold 4b, Int. guar...1921 A - O
Waco A N. W., 1st, g,, 6«. 1930 M-N
Morgan'8 La. A T ,, m , 7s. 1918 A-O
Uf„ gold, 6b .................. 1920 .1 J
N. Y.Ter. A Mex.,gu.,l0 t,4S.1912 - O
A
» o . of Cal., lBt gu.,g. 6h... 1907 J - .1
Guar., gold, 5b.................1938 A- O
Oreg.ACal., 1st, gri.,g., 6s.1927 I - J
8. A. A A .P., 1st, gu,, g., 4s, .1943 J - J
Ho. P. of Ar., gu. lBt, Ob--- 1909 J - J
do
do
1910 J - J

S

YORK
S a le s i n
June.
P a r v a lu e

$
..........

STOCK

EXCHANGE

P r ic e a b o u
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id .

A sk .

M ONTHLY

P R IC E S I N
J u n e 2.
B id .

A sk

..........

B id .

..........

R A N G E S IN G E J A N .

30.

L o w e s t.
S a le P r ic e s .

122

31

JUNE.

A sk

June

RECORD

H ig h e s t,

L o w e s t.

S a le P r ic e s

1.

H ig h e s t.

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

.......

12 1

% .......

125

.......

114

.......

114

......

......... 117
..........
8,000
QQ

.......

120

120

.......

IOO

10 1

1 ,0 0 0

.......
% 10 2

.......
98% Sale 1C0% Sale

126

692,000
..........
144,000
..........

96% Sale

57,000 100 Sal©
05
17,000 .......
..........
95
97
.......... 107 .......
..........
81
84
12,000 91 Sale

121

Apr. 30 121

% 1 0 2 % 102 June 11 102% June 19 100
....... 1 0 1 %
101
111 June 3 111 June 3 11
100% Sale
99% June 5 101 June 19 97%
10 1

96% Sale

96% June

3 96% June 20

Jan.
Apr.
June
Jan.

95% Apr.

Apr. 30

102is June 19
101 Apr. 23
111 June 3
10 1
June 19
1 98

% 1 0 2 % 102% Sale 101% June 6 102% June 27 100 Jan.
93% ..... 93% 94
94 June 19 94% June 19 92% Apr.
9 3 % .......
97 Jan.
111%.
. 1 1 2% ......
.12ia Mar.
....... 84 ....... 84
82 Feb.
94% 95
94% June 18 94% June 28 91 Jan.

Mar. 18

102% June 27
95% Mar. 1
97 Jan. 3
115% Apr. 4
82% Apr. 30
94% June 28

10 1

..........
..........
..........
___
34,000
..........
..........

95

Ill

98

.......
.......

5,000 111% 113%
.........
4.000 r? r% .......
1.000 /v6%......
10,000
..........
18,000 96% Sale
..........
2,000
263,000 91 Sale
.. ... . .....

10734
107%
131%
117
98

508.000
427.000
35,000
..........

93%
85
81%
100

96% Sale
77% Sale

108% June 24 108% June 24
...................
131% June 2 131% June 25
117 June 20 117 June 20
99 June 5 99 June 5
....
96% 97% 97% 98% 97 June 10 98 June 16

125% June 16
905$ June 27 94% Mar. 31

98% June 2 1 0 0 % June 9
85 June 3 87% June 9
81% June 2 81% June 3

96% Jan. 2 100% Apr. 15
77 Jan. 3 88 Apr. 14
80 7 May 12 8i% May 14
8

Sale
997 Sale
8
Sale
87-4 Sale
Sale
....... 100 .......

1037 ..
g

115 ....... 115 ....... 115% June 24 115% June 24
................... 1
105%....... 105% .......

118% Apr. 7
Jan. 11 109 Apr. 23

IO 6 I3

106% ....... 106% ....... 106% June 3 106% Jime 3 1
106% June 3 107% Mar. 14

1
.................

106% ....... 106% .......
................... 1

141% Apr. 24

123% ....... 123% ....... 124% June 12 114%June 12 1

125 ’ * Apr." 17

123% ....... 123

Ill

ICQ
1275Q
112

Sale

.................

Sale

85

103

103
90 Bale
93% Halo

293,000 103% Hale
87 Bale
.......
87
111 %
105% 107
105
.......
107 110
104 .......
103 .......
n o ......
110
04 Hale
125 127%
136 .......
1
j
” 7

.......

170,000 1 H7% Sale
111 .......
4,000 |

....... 103

85%

Hale

80% 87%
111% .......
104 ......
107%.......
108 .......
107 .......
1O'*
i l l % i j '2%
1t o % .......
Oft
00

110

89% Jun.
84

85 % J one 24 86% June 2

8

May 28

8 93% Mar. 11

Apr. 10 87% Apr. 28
105% Apr. 30

Juno 9 103% J (Luo 20 1
06% Mar.

8 96% Mar." 3

.......

98
98% 99% 99% 99
93 % Sale
02
02*8 Sale
103

1

8 125% Jan.

.......

129%....... 129% .......
114% ....... 114%.......
95 ....... 95 .......
110 ....... 112 .......
9 3 % ....... 95 .......
93 ....... 9 ; % .......
86

124% Jan.

.................

.......

102% 103% 103% Sale 103
114% ....... 1 1 4 1 4 .......
9 6 % ....... 09 .......

97,000

........

114% ....... 115% June 12 115% June 12
...................
140 .......
..................
135% ......
115 115% 115 June 2 115% June 11

140% ....... 140% .......

138,000

” 5,606
6,000
17,000

7
29
28
23
16
3
5

113% 114

90

8,000

1105s Apr.
134 Feb.
118 Jan.
100 Jan.
100 Jan.
98% Feb.

117 Feb. 7
141% Apr. SO
Apr. 30 140 May 14
Feb. 24 115% May 27

.........

219,000

12 111% Jan.

May 14
7
7
96 Jan. 6
Jan. 3
9e% Jan. 3

125%....... 125% ....... 125% June 16 125% June 16
90% 91
90% Sale
90*8 June 27 fa1% June 12

1O0

180,000
670,000

109
109
133%
118%
.......

Jan. 20 99% June 25

1
1
1
J

.......... |l26
.......... 1
137%
.......
1,000 1 2 1 %
..........
124^
........

_____

108
108
132
116%
100

95

114%116
140 141
139% .......
115 Sale

24,000

..........

___
36,000
.........
1,000
...... ....
..........
5,000
..........
........

109
109
Sale
119
.......

June 10 99% June 25

102% Hale
88% Sale

102% Juno It 108% Juno 4 101 >1 Feb. 16 104
l
87

132 % .......
123%....... 123%.......
100 ....... 09 .......
117% ....... 17% .......
102
...... 102
......
91 Hale
01 Bale
113 ....... 118 ......
114% ....... 114*4......

Jun.

8

87 *" Jan. * 3 8 )’% Mar. 13
1

June 9 88% June 10

113 ....... 111% June 12 113 June 27
.................
104 .......
i0 7 % ......
............. .
.................
.................
107 .......
it 2 % Halo”
110% .......
05 .......

no Jan. 2 101% Apr. 4
92 June 6 0H May 2
94*8 Mar. 24 95 A p r. 10

June 5 99% Juno 28
j une 0 93% Juno 2

1

l
1
1
1

...... 7 11'.J June
Mur. 26 10M Mur,
, Feb, 21 1 0% Apr.
May 14 112 Apr
Fob. ft 106 Feb.

27
2(1
28
24
24

27 112% June 4
i.2% Juno f 112% .iiinc 4 t
Id 114% Mar, 20
13 % J une 2ft 1131 Juno 2 1
94% June 1 98% J line If) 03% Jan. b 05‘v inns 19
1
..............

1
i

127% Feb. 27
137 Jun, 14,

.1an. 1 128% Jan. 10
.3

.................
00'a June 20 91% Juno 2 87% Jan. 1( 02 Feb. 28
............ .
I
Jun, 29 1 13 Feb, 27
M a r . 21 114% June 23
14% Juno 23 114% Juno 2 1

THE

3 ti

BONDS.
N «W Y ork S to c k L x c h a n q e .

S a le s i n
June.
P a r v a lu e

Q U O T A T IO N

P r ic e about
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

SUPPLEM ENT
P R IC E S IN

June

2.

June

30.

[V

JUNE.

L o w e s t.

ol.

LXXV

R A N G E S IN C E JAN.
H ig h e s t.

L o w e s t.

1.

H ig h e s t.

A s k . B id .
A s k . B id .
A s k . S a le P r ic e s .
B id .
Southern Paoitlo Co.— < O o n c l.)
S a le P rice s.
S a le P r ic e s
S a le P r ic e s .
3,000 /07%
105*3 106% 106%
8*. P. of Cal.,1st, g., 68, A . . 1905 A - O
105*3 June 6 105% June 6 105*4 Apr. 23 108*4 Jan. 27
/eN%
Do
do
B..1905 A - O
1 0 6 *8 ........ 10738
Do
do CAD.1906 A-O
107*3...... 107*3
//o*8
110*8 Jan. 14 l i o *s jfan. 14
Do
do E&F.1902 A - O
117 ...... 117
6,000 116
Do
do
1912 A - O
119*3 June 13 119*3 June 13 119% June 13 119 % June 13
110
1st,consol., guar. g.5s. .1937 M-N
53,000 109*8
Do. stamped... 1905-1937 M-N
1093a 10b % 109*e June 1 1 10958 June 13 108% May 8 i l l
109*8
Feb. 24
8. Pac. of N. Mex., 1st, 6S..1911 J - J
115 Mar. 15 116*4 Apr. 23
S. P. Coast. 1st., gu. g., 48.1937 J - J
Texas & N. O., 1st. 7s....... 1905 F - A
108 May 21 108 May 20
112 % ....... 111 ...... 111*2
Sabine D iv’s’n, 1st, 6 s ...1912 M-S
114% Feb. 1, 114% Feb. 14
107 .......
106
........
Consol., gold, 5 s ............ 1943 J - J
95.000 121*3 Sale 123*8 Sale 123% Sale 123*g June 7 124 June 20 119% Jan. 24 124 June 20
Southern 1st, con., g., 5s----1994 3 - J
Begistered............. ........1994 J - J
122 Sale
122 Jan. 2 122 Jan. 2
19.000 97 ......
99 Sale
9 9 " Sale
98 S June 2 99 June 3 97 Jan. 6 99*4 Feb. 27
4
Mob. & O., coll, tr., g., 4s.. 1938 M -S
115
Mem. Div. 1st g. 4-4%-5s..l996 J - J
112% Feb. 1 115 Mar. 18
Registered..................... 1996 J - J
13,000 990s Sale 101 101*4 101*4
St. L. Div., 1st, gold, 4s.... 1951 J - J
101 June 6 101*4 June 4 99% Mar. 20 101% Apr. 28
Ala. Cen R. 1st 6a............ 1918 J - J
" 7 * 4 ....... 119 ....... 119
"8,000
A tl. & Danv., 1st, gold, 4s. 1948 J - J
9 7 *s....... 97*3 98*4 98*3 June 13 98% June 13 94 Jan. 4 98 % June 13
93
95
Atlan.&Yad., 1st, gu. g. 4s.1949 A - O
98 .......
1 2 1 % ......... 1 2 1 % .......
Col. & Greenville 1st 6 s ...1916 J - J
H 9 1 ......
3
2,000 " 7
E. T. Va.& da., >iv.,g., 58.1930 J - J
119*8 June 18 119*8 June 18 117 Jan. 17 120% Apr. 17
...... 118% ....... 119*8
12,000 120 121
121 Sale 121 Sale 121 June 6 122 June 1 1 120 Jan. 9 122% Apr. 21
Con., 1st, g., 5s.............. 1956 M-N
2,000 115 ...... 116 116*s
E. Ten., reor. lien, g., 4-5S.1938 M-S
117*3 June 3 117% June 3 113% May 6 117% June 3
Registered......................1938 M-S
2,000 /2<*%
G eor.Pac.R y.,lst, g., 6s...1922 J - J
128 129*4 128*4...... 128 June 17 128 June 17 125 Jan. 29 1 2 9 " "Apr.’ 25
1,000 125
Knox. & Ohio, 1st, g., 6s..1925 J - J
126*3 ..126*3 ... . 126*4 June 17 126*4 June 17 125 Jan. 30 127% Jan. 9
121%123 122 123
Rich. & Dan.,con., g., 6s..1915 J - J
120*4 Jan. 24 122% May 3
i*5
Equip, sinh. fd., g., 5 s ...1909 M-S
Deb., 5s., stamped.........1927 A - O
111*4...... 111*4
113% Mar. 31
111 * 4 May
90 ... .
Rich. & Meet., 1st, g „ 4s.. 1948 M-N
90 May 7
90 May
34,000 lo g
Sale 110*3 ____ 110 June 2 112 June 24 109 Jan.
So. Car. & Georg, ls t g . 5s. 1919 M-N
i n *s 110
112 June 24
12034 ...... 1 2 0 % .......
Va. Mid. Serial—Ser. C, 6s.l916 M S
123 Feb. 8
123 Feb.
Series E, 5s...............
1926 M -8
114*4...... 114*4......
4,000 115*3
Va. Mid. gen., 5s.......... 1936 M-N
115*3...... 115*3...... 115*s June 9 11 5%June 9 115 Jan. 13 1 1 6 " May " l3
Gtd., stamped............. 1939 M-N
115*3
9334
93
W.O.& W. 1st, oy.. gtd., 4s.l924 F - A
93*3
98 Apr. 22
98 Apr.
8,000 " 7 * a
WeBt. N. C.. 1st, con.,g.,6s.1914 J - J
12o*3 June 16 120*3 June 20 120 Feb.
120*3
120*3
121 May 2
8 & N. Ala. See Louisv. & Nash
125
125
Spot. Falls&Nor., 1st, g., 68.1939 J - J
Stat.lsl.Ry.. 1st gu., g., 4^8.1943 J -D
Sunb.A Lewistown. e e e Penn.RR.
Syra. Bing. & N.Y. See D.L.& W.
Tebo. & Neosho. See M. K. & T.
er. Ass. of St. L.,lstg.,4% s.1939 A -O
112*3
111*3
114% Mar. 11 114% Mar. 11
114*3
1,000 116*8
1st con. g „ 5s....... 1894-1944 F - A
1167 June 17 11678 June 17 116% Jan. 24 1167 June 17
8
116*3
s
St.L.M.Bdge.Ter„gtdig.5s.l930 A-O
114
113
112% Apr. 30 115% May 15
Texas & N. O. See So. Pao. Co.
103 105
T. A P .R y .,E . Dv., 1st,g. 6s.1905 M -S
57.000 //$%
119
119 119*3 119*8 June 26 119% June 12 119 Jan. 17 122 May 29
1st, gold, 5 s...........
2000 J -D
13.000
98*3 June 3 99*3 June 23 96 Mar. 12 102% Feb. 21
98
2d, gold, income, 5s..Deo., 2000 Moh
98*3 100
98
Da. Div. B. B., 1st, g., 5s ..1931 U - J
10,000 113
114 Sale 114*3 ...
114 June 2 114*3 June 25 113% Mar. 20 114% Jan. 15
Tol. & Ohio Cent.—1st, g.,5s.l935 J - J
109
110*s ...
West’n Div., 1st, g., 5s — 1935 A -O
ti3
107
105*3 109 106 108*3
107 Feb. 26 1103s Apr. 22
Gen. gold 5s...................... 1935 J -D
4.000
94*3 June 9 96 June 24 94% June 9 98% Feb. 14
97
Kan. & M., 1st gu.,g.,4s
1990 A - O
97*3 96
98*3 95
8.000
93 June 10 93*3 June 26 91 Jan. 3 93% June 26
...... 93
93
94
Tol. Peo. W., 1st, gold. 48.1917 J - J
25,000 90% Sale
91*s June 6 92*4 June lo
Tol.St.L. & W.—Pr. l.,g.3%s-1925 J - J
90
90*s
90 Feb. 27 92*4 June 10
Registered...................... 1925 T -J
42.000 82*3 Sale
8 23 gale
4
Fifty-year, gold, 4s...........1950 A - O
83*s 82*3 June 3 83*3 June 17 81 % Apr. 15 8 7 ‘ "Feb. 13
Registered......................1950 A - O
"3,000
97
97 June 6 99% May 12
98*s 97 June 6 97 June
Tor. H. & B., 1st, g., 4s.July, 1946 J -D
98
......
15.000 709*4 ---- 110*3 Sale 111*3
110*3 June 2 111*3 June 19 110% June 2 113 May 13
TTl8ter<teDel., lstcon.g.,5s.l928 J -D
367,000 105*4 Sale 106*4 Sale 106*3 Sale 10534 June 6 106% June 30 10438 Jan. 13 106% June 30
n. Pac.,RR. *1. g., g., 4s..1947 J - J
1,000
106*3 June 21 106*3 June 21 104% Mar. 31 106% June 21
Registered...................... 1947 J - J
1st flen conv. 4s............... 19-11 M-N 9,723,000 1063i Sale 1 0 7 3 4 Sale 10758 Sale 107 June 6 108*s June 18 105H J tin* 15 11034 Apr. 21
Registered...................... 1911 M-N
106 Apr. 14 106 Apr. 14
151,000 102% Sale 102 *8 Sale 103 Sale 102*8 June 2 10358 June 3 102 Jan. 3 104% May 29
Ore, RR. & Nav. con. g. 4S..1946 j - D
29.000 128*3...... 126*3 127*3 127 Sale 126% June 6 128*3 June 20 126 Feb. 3 129% Jan. 22
Oreg. Sh. Line 1st,gold 6s.1922 F -A
22.000 117 Sale 11834 ___ 118*3 119*3 118% June I I 119*4 June z3 117 Jan. 2 119% Apr. 18
Oreg. Sh.L. 1st con. g. 58.1946 J - J
114 ....
114 ...
Utah & No.. 1st, 7 s ....... 1908 J
113 116 113 ...
Gold. 5s....................... 192© J - J
114% Apr. 19 114% Apr. 19
TJ N.J.RR.& C.Co. See Penn. RR.
Utah Central—Nee Rio Gr. West.
Utica & Bl. Riv. See N. Y . Cent.
er. Val. Ind. & W. See Mo. Pac.
lrglnla Mid. See South. Ry.
88,000 118*4 119*4 120 Sale 119*3 120 119*3 June
abash RR. Co., 1st g. 5s.. 1939 M-N
120 June 10 118*8 Jan. 17 121 Apr. 30
66.000 114 115
112% June 10 110 S Mar. 27 114% Jan. 18
111*3 Sale 112*8 Sale 111% June
2d, gold, 5s.................. 1939 F -A
a
2,000
98
Debenture, series A .......... 1939 J
............
997 ...... 103 June 18 103 June 18 100 Feb. 5 103 June 18
8
7,179,000 66*8 Sale
73% June 6 78% June 19 66% Jan. 3 78% Apr. 9
76 % Sale
75*s Sale
Series B .......... ............... 1939 J
le t lien equip, s. f. g. 5s. 1921 M -S
1057 ......
8
105 Mar. 26 105% Apr. 29
70 9 *3
111*4
1st, g. 5s, Det. & Ch. Ex. ..1941 J
109% Feb. 20 111*4 May 12
1 1 1 * 4 .........
95
97
95 Jan. 11 97 May 12
Des Moines Div. ls tg . 4s.. 1939 J - J
95*3 97*4
30,000
89
1 89 May 16
......... 89*8 88% June 12 89 June 3
Omaha Div.. 1st, g.. 3%s.. 1941 A O
8 6 * 4 Apr.
98 Mar. 17
98 Mar. 1
Tol. & Chic. Div. 1st g. *8.1941 M -S
109
111
8t.L.K.C.<feN.St.Ch.Br.,lst6s ’08 A-O
109
109 Apr. 2 111% Feb. 26
Wash. Ohio < West. See So. By.
fe
Wash. Central. See No. Paoiiio.
10,000 120 Sale 120% 121*3 121 122 121 June
121% June 13
121% June 13 119% Jan.
West. N.Y.<fc Penn.,lst, g.,5s.l937 J - J
42,000 99*3 100% 98
99
100 June 23 98*4 Apr. 23 101 Mar. 27
Gen. g. 2-3-48................... 1943 A -O
99*4 100*4 98*8 June
35 ___
35 ....
35 ...
Income 5s............April, 1943 LVOV
West. No. Car. See South’n Ry
West Shore. See N. Y. Central.
114
777
......... .
112% Jan.
114*e
114% Jan. 20
W. Va. Cent. & P . , 1st.g.,6s.1911 J - J
115% Feb. 21
115 Feb.
Wheel. & Lake Erie—1st, 5s.1926 A -O
113*3
"5
...... 113
772
..........
112% Jan. 21
112% Jan.
113*3
Wheel. Div., 1st, gold, 5s..1928 J
113*3 116
Exten. & Imp., gold, 5s___1930 F -A
95 Sale
M -8 451,000 92 Sale
94% June 21 97% June 17 91 Mar. 25 97%June 17
95 Sale
Wh. & L.E. R R .ls t con. 48.1949
Wilkesb. & East. See N. Y. 8. &W.
W ill. & Sioux F. Nee St.P.M.&M.
Winona & St. P. See Chic. & N. W.
229,000 88% Sale
93% June 6 94 June 13 88 Feb. 13 95 Apr. 30
94 Sale
93% Sale
Wls. Cent. Co.,1st gen.,g.,4s.l949 J - J

T

U

V
W

Street R ailw ay Bonds.
Brook. Rap. Tran., g., 5s...... 1945 A-O
A tl.A v ., B’krn,im pt.g.5o.l934 J - J
Brooklyn City. 1st, con. 58.1941 J - J
B ’k’n Q.Oo.& S.o.g.g.5s 1916-’41 M-N
B ’klyn Un. El. 1st, g., 4-58.1950 F -A
Stamped, guaranteed.. ..1950 F - A
Kings Co. Elev., 1st, g. 4s. 1949 F -A
Nassau Elec., guar., g. 4s..1951 J - J
Conn. Ry. & L —1st, g., 4%s 1951 J - J
Den.Con.Tram.Co.,lst„g.58.1933 A -O
Denv. Tram. Co. con. g. 6s.1910 J - J
Metr. R’yCo., lstgu. g. 6s..1911 J - J
Det. Citizens, 1st con., g. 58.1905 J - J
Grand Rapids Ry., 1st g. 58.1916 J -D
Louisv. Ry. Co. lstcon. g. 5s. 1930 J - J
Mark. St. Cable(S.Fr.),lst 6s.l913 J - J
Met. St. Ry. gen. col.tr.g.,5s 1997 F -A
Bway<fe7thAv.lst.con.g.5s.l943 J -D
Registered......................1943 J -D
Col. &9th Ave.lstgu.,g.5s.l993 M -S

106%
7 / 7 *3

1,000

98*3

107
"4

115,000 100*8 101
70,000

90*3

108

114
102*8 Sale

102 ...
103*3 Sale
89

<?/%

107

107*3
102 June 17 102
102%June 5 104

89*s 89

June

91

Jan.

7 110*4 Mar. 31

112% Jan.

114 May 28
106% Apr. 30
104 June 17
101% Apr.
101% Apr. 3
June 4 89 June £7 93 Mar. 22
June 17 1O0 .Tan.
June 17 100*4 Feb.

86

98

37.000 120*3.......
10.000 118 .......
1,000 122

H9S r ......
117*4 ...
122*3

........ 120%
117% ...
1122%

120 June 4 121
117% June 10 118

Apr. 10 98

Apr. 10

June 13 119 Feb. 4 122 Jan. 30
June 20 117% June 10 1197 Apr. 16
s

122% June 3 122%June

3 121*4 Apr.

3 124% Feb.

1

NEW
In t.

BO N D S.
N ew Y ork S to c k E x c h a n g e .
Metropolitan Street By.— O o n .)—
Lex. Av. < Pav. F., 1st, 58.1993
fe
Registered...................... 1993
Third Aye., 1st oon. gu. 48.2000
1st, gold, 5s....................1937
Met, W. S. El. (Ohio.) 1st 4s..1938
Registered........................ 1938
MR.El.Ry.&.L,t. oon.30 yr.g.58,’26
Minn. St. Ry., 1st, oon. g., 5s.l919
St. Paul City Cable.oon.g.,5s. 1937
Guaranteed, gold, 5 e ....... 1937
Union El. (Ohio.), 1st, g. 5 s ..194?

Period.

J uly , 1902.]

8 a lt s i n
June.
P a r v a lu e
4

M -8
M-S
T -J
F -A
F -A
F -A
J- J
J -J
J - .T
4 -0
M-N
M-N
J -D
J-J
M-N

Chlc.Gae L. &C.—^eePeop.GasAC.
Columbus Gas Co., 1st, g.,5s.1932
Con. Gas Chic.— See Peop. Gas&C.
Detroit City Gas Co.,g.. 5s..1923
Det. Gas Co., oon. lst,g ., 5s.1918
Ed-ELUl., B’kn. £ « K C.E.L.&P.
Ed.El.Ill. SeeN.Y.G.&E.L.H.&P.
Eq.Gas L.Co.N.Y.,oon.,g.,5s.l932
Equ. Gas & F.—*’ee Peop. Gas & 0.
Qt. <t Eleo.Berg.Co.lst oon.g.5s.’49
Gr. Rap. Gas-L. Co.,1st,g.,5s. 1915
Kan. City, Mo., Gas,lst,g.5s.l922
Kings Co. E. L. & P., g. 5s... 1937

YORK

STOCK

EXCHANGE

Price a b o u t
J a n u a r y 2.

p o in p

1902.
B id .

A sk.

6,000 121% 123

June
B id .

122

2.
A sk

H ig h est.

s n ‘ fi Pncf...
tale P r ices
S ale Prices.
Sale Prices
122%June 9 122% June 11 120% Apr. 9 124 Feb. 13

5,000 11338 ......
113 .......

109%....... 109%......
112% ...... 112% .....

110

June 26 110

June 26 110

June 26 110

118

117% June 73 118

June 10 117

Jan. 13 12012 Apr. 30

4

.Tan. ” 20 10i % Feb. 27
Jan. 29 127 June 30
Feb. f ins Jan. 31
June 26

123% 126

42,000

"7

.......

Bale

117% Sale

J- J
J- J
F -A

32,000

...... 95
105 ......

J -D
F -A
A -O
A-O
A-O
Ed.ELHL,Bkn,lstco. g. 48.1930 J - J
0- F
M-N

75

98% Bale

......

"Trenton Gas &Elec., 1st g. 5s. 19
Utica ELL.& P. 1st, s. f., g.5s,19

A sk

Lowest.

H iifbest.

howesi.

1.

1 0 1 % June 3 io i’% June 12 99 1
1 13% June 17 127 June 30 '23
IOzm June 2 102% June 20 I o i

.......

Refunding,
Ch.Ga8L.<fc

Rid

123% 122% ......

R A N G E 8 IN 0 E JA N .

101% Sale 101% 8ale
. 124% 12 7 Sale
102% Bale 102%

3,000 119

Registered.........................
Purchase mon. ool. tr., g.. 4s.. ’
Ed. El. 111., 1st, conv., g., 5e.l8
1st consol., gold, os....... 19
8T.Y.&Q.E1.L.& P .ls t con.g.5s.

.8 r n J U N E .

30.

June

3 3

RECORL

498,000 l ‘6 o " Sale”
24.000 124 Sale
33.000

M -8

N. Y . Gas E. L. H. < P.Co.Lst ooL
fe

M ONTHLY

J -D
J -D
F -A
M -8
J J
F-A
nfl- 0
M- N
J- D
A-O
ivi-s
j- j
J- D
J- J
M-N
M 8
J-J

2,000 124 .......
3,oOO
06
......
29,000 108%110
17,000
1,000 ....... 113%

____

118

.......

99%

....... 118

Sale

80

98

6 2 ,6 6 6
8 ,0 0 0

/O f^ Q .......

I JO

107% 108
10 1%
104^ 106

99% June 27

June 30 118

118

92*2 Jan. 30 1 -9 12 June 27
104 May 24 1' 4 May 24

June 30 118

92

123

125

108%

110

114

Sale

l?3 June 6 24 June
9*% June 17 99 June
l «‘H% June 16 1"9% June
108% .
95
95% 95 % June 27 9 5 3 4 June
123% 125

112% 114

114

97%
2 i0,000 97 8ale
97% Bale
22,000 107% 108
107 lu8% 107
3,000
122
lz L
3^00 104 104%
107%
4,000
l,00u

June 11

.

June 2 U 4

97% 97% June 25
108 1* 7 June 11
....... 12 1 % June 11
Sale lu7 June 3
.... ......
104 June 7
103
102% ...... 1x3*9 105 103 %June 23
122
120% 122 1 2 1

......
109% 1 1 0 % i n
107 109 107% 109
105
105
101 107 ....... 105

June 30 118

2ft 123 June 6 124
/5 97 Jan. 7 99
14 1 0 7 1 * Mar. 7 10
27 9 5 i 2 June 27 95%

June 30

Apr. 14
June 25
Jan. 1 0
June 27

June 2 11212 Jan. 14 116% Apr. 11

97% June
108 June
121% June
107 % June

6 95% May"
25 1 0 6 % Mar.
11' 121% June
30 104% Jan.

14 9812 Jan. 31
14 109 Feb. 28
11 121% June 11
6 1 .0 7 1 2 May 8

104 June 7 104 June 7 104*
103% June 23 L03 .Jan. 29 106
lz0 % M a y 9 126

U 0 8 , June 4 111% June 25 109
10714 June 5 108% June 27 107%
10 21*
105

Jan.
Jime
Jan.
Jan.

June 7
May 15
Jan. 4

111% June
109% Apr.
105 Apr.
106 May

25
2
28
12

M iscellaneous Bonds.

'■hlc. J o. < St. Y d.. ool.
te
M .B

:S \

M -8
M-N
F-A
>J - J
A-O

N. Y . Dock 50-year g. 4s

M-N
J- J
F-A
J- J

106

105% Bale

1 0 ,0 0 0

105% 106

10 1

80

477,000
**-'■*“ ’ ....... ......

.......

81

Sale

54

59,000

Bale

59

Sale

” !”

53 000

97

98% .......
Sale

96% Sale

......

108

53

June

6

........ ....

60

June 17

30” Jan. ” 3 bO

Apr. ' 7

38 ” Feb.’ 2l"

Feb. 21

50~

96% June 28 97% June 3

90 % Feb. 14 100 " Apr. 24

87% June 19

85” Feb. ” 5 89% Feb. 28

.......

o
c
c
c

75,000

105% June 12 106% June 4 103% Apr. 9 107% Feb. 11
100% June 4 100% June 4 100% May 27 101% May 21
June 12 79% Mar. 17 85% Jari. 3
8 0 % June 25 82

60~

10 1

10 1

c
c

J -D
M-S

62,000 105

86

June 16

Manufaet’g & Indus. Bonds,
Am. Bicycle, 8. f., deb., 5s...1911 M- 8
52,000 ...... 60
Am. not.. Oil,extended, 4%s.191.
33,OOo
.. /oo%
70,000 95 Sale
M-S
84.000 ...... 6 <
i
M-S
15,060
1J- J
J- J
F -A 5,228,000 6 6 Sale
84
86
43,OOt
J- J
90
A-O
J-J
A-O
10 0 %
65,000 L iz Bale
F -A
i ...
17,000 toy ......
M-N
J -J
F -A
121,000 59 Bale
1 ......
447,000
7
8
* “
J
M-N
11*000 1 1 2 %

66

Bale

...... li>0 %

66
10 0

97% Hale
e 8 Bale

98
91

66% Bale

66

% Sale
% ___

......

Sale

% Sale

90

65

June 5
June 24
97 % June 13
88
June 2
82 J14*0 25

10 0

16% June 25 68
92% June 6 96

....

. .»
'

67 s4 June
10u% June
9 7 % June
9 l % June
83 June

23
13
12
18
16

June 5
June 24

50 Jan.
99 % Feb.
94% Jan.
80 J an.
82 J ime

17 73 Apr. 18
1 101 Apr. 9
2 100 Feb. 28
H 9 1 % June 18
25 83 May 9

64% Feb.' 14 69% Jan. ¥6
86 Jan. 3 1)6 June 24

lO o” May ” 2 lob”
June 5 108% June 12 107% May 26 LI 2

May ” 2
Jan. lb

106 108 108% Sale
9a
...... 98
106% ....... 106% ___
....... 94%
67 Bale
72 Bale
16% 16% 15 Bale

L08

106% June ft 106% June 25 106
H9
65 June 26 72 June 2 55
6%
12% June 27 16% June 30

May"
Jan,
Feb.
Jan.

12 110% Apr. 11
A Mar. 31
2i w
10 7 * Apr, 29
27 19 Apr. 29

112% 114” 112% Bale

112% June 30 113

May

116 % Apr.

109% ....... 110%
105% .... 105% Hale
105% Bale 101 % Hale

K)ft
lu l

Juno 4 112

2

Coal and Iron Bonds.
Cah. Coal Min. Co. S e e T . O . I .A
Ool.CJ.8a [.Dev.Co., gu.. g., 5« 19 j J J
Ool. Fuel Co,, gen., gold. 6 « . . 1 9 1 M-N
F -A 204.000
1 F-A 3,039,000
lie Harriet O. A 1 . Hee T . C. <. 1
V
>A O
2,000
.J b
; j -i)
j - .1
■4,r ,1
} M-N
son. Or. Coal. l8fc,g„ 8.i., 0s i » ] 2 J D
T .C .r.A H., T. IllV ., g., 6 r ..1 a n .,’ ] ? A-O
2,000
Blnn. Olv., 1st, con.,8s.... 191 7 J - .1
4,000
Oah.O.M.Oo., 1st, gri.,g,,fiH 192 2 J D
..........
DeBar.C.A I.Co.,gu., g.,8s. 191 3 F A
W. L . K. A P.ULCo. 1St, g., r> 1 91 ) J J
H

105%
105% Bale

112

1Of1 ,
*5

....

....... lift

....

June 2ft 105%June « 108
June 27 105% Julie 3 101
Juno 23 lift

June 23 108

109 1118, no lii'u 110
112% 113 112 % 113 113

..... ...... ------- .....

Jan. 20 lift

Juno 23

106

Feb." 27 100% Feb. 27

June 12 108
June 23 109

Jan. JO 1 11 % A pr. H
Jan. 9 113 June 23

104% ......

107%.......
109 .......
/oo% .......

lift Apr."' 8
Apr.
Mar. 18 100% May 7
Juno 27 111% Apr. 2ft

„

Jmm 1? 110
.Juno 23 113

-

* »* »# * * *
• «* * • * «

..... ......

101‘a Feb.

8

90% Fell.
100 'a Apr-

4 100% Mar. 17
H 100'y Apr. 8

104,”

A p r . ” ’h

,M. « K * * *
. M* »• “

Teleg’h <e Tolepii. Bonds.
f
JJ J
q J
, .1 - j
........ //<% .......
M N
Registered— ....... ’ ___ '
M N
. ...... j ...............
)M N
J .1
t m % ........
pM N
41,000 WH .......
M-N
1,000 ' n j ......
J .1
|
a These are prices nn the basis of $5 to the * sterling.

* * * .....
**
¥ ... .....
«-*
*---* •***■-! > * * «• »
- * .
. • . « «.. . .
*
..... .....

t
112
..... 107

i.......

112 %

** m *
m

.. 100
m
......

******

- *» *

..... •
; * . . . , V •* .
» •*
*
. ....... .

114% Apr.’ 28 111% Apr." 28

***** *-•*«-*
inn
l 11

Juno 24 107
Juno 17 111

1i
112 A pr. 3 1 r % Feb. 27
O
June 1v| 108 June 24 109% Apr. H
June 17 1 1 0 ' 4 .May ft 1 1 , 1 % J a n . 7

-----_
_

6Th<>e-. are prase* on the bam* of four marks to onn dollar.

* Option wale*

THE

3 4

Q U O T A T IO N

[V ol. L X X V

SUPPLEM ENT,

S T O C K S .—PRICES AND SALES FOR JUNE, AND THE YEAR TO DATE.
Prices are on basis of 100-share lots

STO CK S
n

» Y . 8 to c k Ex c h a n g e .

Pa**.
A rb or.................... 100
P r e f............................100
Atchison Top. & S. F e ..l0 0
P referred ...................100
Baltim ore < Ohio........100
fc
P r e f . ..........................100
Beech Creek................. 50
Boston < N. Y . A ir L. p f.100
fo
Brookl’n Rapid Transit. 100
Bair. Roch. < P itts...... 100
fe
P r e f.. ,........................100
Bari. 0. R. & N or.........100
Qounftdian Pacific ...
100
Subscription ctfs 20% p ■
Canada Southern....... . 100
Central of N ew Jersey. 100
Chesapeake & Ohio...... lo o
Chic. & A lton (n e w )... 100
Preferred (new )........100
Chic. Burl. & Q uincy... 100
Chicago & Eastern 111.. 100
P re f........................... 100
Chicago Great Western. 100
4 p. c. deb..................100
5 p. c. pref. A ............100
4 p. c. pref. B ............ 100
Chic. Ind. & Lou isv___100
P r e f.- .........................100
Ohio. Milw. & St. Paul. 100
P r e f........................... 100
Chicago & North West. IOC
P r e f...... .....................100
Chic. R. I. & P a cific.... 100
Ohio. St. P. M. & 0 ...... 100
P re f............................ 100
Ohio. Term. Trans. RR.100
P r e f.,........................ 100
Ohio, Union T ra c tio n .. 100
P r e f............... -....... -.100
Cllev. Cin. Chic. & St. L.100
P r e f............................100
Qlev. Lor. & WheeVg.-.lOO
P r e f........................... 100
Oleve. < Pittsb., guar.. 50
fe
Col. & Sou. vot. tr. ctfs. 100
1st pref. vot. tr. ctfs. 100
2d pref. vot. tr. ctfs.. 100
Delaware & Hudson.... 100
Del. Lack. & W estern.. 50
Denver & Rio Grande.. 100
P re f............................ 100
D enver & Southwest’n.lOO
P ref............................100
Des Moines & Ft. D ___100
P re f........................... i 00
Det. South, vot. tr. ctfs. 100
Pref. voting tr. ctfs ..100
D etroit United R y ___ 100
Duluth S. S. & A t i........100
P r e f............................100
E rie ...............................100
1st p ref......................100
3d pref....................... 100
Bvansville & Terre H .. 50
P r e f................
50
F t. W orth & Den. C.,stmpd
Great Northern, p r e f... 100
Green Bay & Western.. 100
Debt certifs. A ........1000
Debt certifs. B ....... 1000
Hocking V a lle y ........... 100
P r e f............................100
Illinois Central.............100
Io w a Central.................100
F re f........... ................100
Kanawha & Mich......... 100
K . C. Ft. S.&M., tr.ctfs.pfd.
Kan.City So. vot.tr. ctfs. 100
P r e f____ vot. tr. ctfs. 100
Keokuk & Des Moines.. 100
Pi-el............................ 100
K ingston & Pem b rok e. .50
Lake E rie & Western ..100
P r e f............................ 100
Lake Shore...................100
Long Island.................. 50
Louisville & Nashville. 100
Manhattan consol...... 100
Met. Securities, sub. rects..
Metropolitan Street— 100
Met. W. Side El. (Chic). 100
P r e f............................100
Mexican Central.........100
Michigan Central......... 100
Minneap. < St. L o u is ...100
fe
P re f............................100
M. St. P. & S .St. Marie. 100
P r e f............................100
Mo. Kansas & Texas.... 100
P r e f............................ 100
Missouri Pacific........... 100
M orris & Essex............ 50
Nash. Chatt. < St.Louis.100
fe
N at.of H ex .vot.tr.oertsl 00
Pref. vot. tr. ctfs...... 100
N. Y. Cent. & Hud. Rlv.lOO
N. Y . Chic. < St. Louis. 100
fe
1st p r e f .................... IOC)
Sid pref................
100
New York < H a rle m ___50
fe
N, Y. Lack. A Western. 100
N. Y . N. Haven A Hart.100
N. Y. Ontario A W est.. 100
N orfolk A Western...... 100
P r o f......................... 100
Northern Cent, new ctfs.50
raolfio Coast Go........... lOo
le t p re f..................... 100
2d pie/....................... 100
Pen n sylvan ia.............. 50
Peoria A Eastern.........100
Pere Marquette......... .100
Ann

Exceptions of stocks which sell only in a small way are noted by the mark §. Option sales are disregarded.

S A L E S TO J ^ L Y

1.

I n J u n e . S in c e J a n
S h a res

S h a re s.

1

P r ic e about
J a n u a r y 2,

1902.

B id

A sk ,

P R IC E S IN
June
B id

2.

June

A *k. B id

30.
A

JUNE.

L o w est.
Sale P r is e s

R A N G E S IN C E

JAN.

1.

H ig h e s t

L ow est.

H ig h e s t .

S a te P 'risp f

S a le P r ic e s

S a le P r ic e s .

5,170 3 4 % 3 ^
40
44
40 June 5 40 June 5 3 3
86
40
Feb. 2C 4 8 % May 16
72
75
69 Sale
16,979
69 June 3i 74 June 12 63 .)am 9 77% May 15
bj
fr?
2,515,204 8 0 % Sale
8 2 % Bale
8 0 % Sale
78% June 5 83% June 19 74% Jam 27 £4% Apr. 18
98% Sale x - 8 % Sale x98 June 30 101 % June 1* x95% Jam 27 103% Jam 6
579,295 1027* Sale
937,854 10? % Sale 106% Sale 106% Sale 105 June 9 107% June 18 101 Jam 14 110 Apr. 18
95% Sale
20,434 96 Sale
95
9 % 95 June 6 95 % June 2 x93% Feb. 21 9 ? Jam 2
90
§104 June 25 §104 June 25 104 June 25 104 June 25
108 ...... 108
160 105 .
§108 June 6 510b .Tune 16 §108 Jam 1 l Ob % ja m 17
1,386,434 65 Sale
66% June 23 685* June 3 6 0 % Feb. 14 72% Apr. 28
67% Sale
67% 8ale
220
4,420 118 122% 118 120 115 lk 2% 120 June
1 2 1 % J u n e l4 110
Apr. 4 12 1 % June 14
10 0
1.41% Sale 139
2,310 141 145
141% June 2 1 39 Apr. 2 (44 Feb. 19
141% June
150 185 165 185*
1,488 134 139
139 Feb. 13 180 Apr. 5
259,835 1,499,319 113% Sale
1 39% Sale
135 Sale 131 34 June 24 140% June 2 12% Jam 28 141% May 26
132% Sale 130% Sale 127 June 5 33 % June 2 122% May 15 134% M ay 26
12,610
23,519
1,100
95
96
91% 91 June 25 95% June 6 85% Jam 6 97 May 22
88
91,420 86i8 Sale
~~
400
182 192 180 190 188 June 13 190 June 16 187 May 12 198 Jan. 6
18,93 J 190 195
46% Sale
13,887
280,106 47% Sale
46% Sale
45% June 7 47% June 14 45 Feb. 20 49 Apr. 25
26,030
37% Bale
9 June 18 33% Jam 22 39% Apr. 19
37% Bade
285,357 35% Sale
36 s June 5
74% 8ale x74% June 2" 77% June 19 x74% June 27 77% Apr. 19
43,54V 76*4 Sale
4,860
12
534 193 ......
190 225 190 225 §191 June 27 § l 91 June 27 §191 June 2“ ^205 Jam 31
14.390
163% 165% 194% Sale l 59% June 12 195 June 30 134 % Jam 21 195 June 30
55,918 ....... 136
2,600
140 145 146 148 144 June 19 148% June 2o 137% Jam 11 148% June k6
4,29i ....... 137
91,440
30 Sale
.9% Salt*
927,450 24% Sale
27% June 5 30% June 30! 22% Jam 25 32% May 7
3,265
92
93 x92 June 70 95% June 10! 90^e May 5 95% June 10
19,206 90
92 % 94% Sale
2 356
87% 88 x 7% June 27 90% June 24 83% Jam 22 90 s June 24
20,221 85
85% §89% Sale
4
3,800
4'' 7 48 3 48
8
48 3 4 7 34 June 24 49 June 16 43% Jam 24 50% May 7
4
46.610 46% Sale
8,160
75 Sale
75 Sale
659,539 63i8 Sale
74% June 24 75% June 17 49% Jam 14 80 May 7
86
72,17*
5,627
87% 86% Sale
85% June 3 87% June 17 75 Jam 16 90 May 15
77 Sale
566,530 4,195,479 165ia Sale
170% Sale 175 Sale 167% June 5 176% June 27 160% Jam 27 176% June 27
7,080
190 Sale 190 ) 9\ % 188 % June 25 >91% June 14 186 Jam 14 196% Apr. 4
j
50,129 18u 190
20,448
300,978 207 Sale 250 Sale 248 251 24S June 3 X257 J ime 1 6 204% Jam 14 271 Apr. 29
2,80«
27.939 235 Sale
260 June * 270 June 16 230 Jan. 18 274% Apr. 29
14,22::
275,219 154 Sal 3 173 Sale 172 Sale xl70%J une25 174% June 19 152 Jam 15 181s Mar. 22
600
155 160 165 170 160 June 5 162 June 9 140 Feb. 6 170% Apr. 30
8,6'JO 130 14 0
100
200 205 200 210 202 June 4 202 June 4 195 Mar. 6 210 Apr. 15
4,213 185 197
10,13?
20 % 21% 2 0 % June 4 i'1% June 14 15% Feb. 2) 23% Apr. 21
21
22
120,972 16i8 Sale
193, '25 31 Sale
10,615
38% Sale
3/ June 24 39% June 13 3 0 s Feb. 20 42 Apr. 21
37% Sale
19,07e
19% Sale
16% June c O t 9% June 2 10% Jan. 8 23 Apr. 2916% Sal©
324,105
500
52% June 24 53% June 5 4 a % Mar. 15 60 Apr. 28
9,850
2,900
lll,l8 t
9*% Sale 104% 105% 103% Sale 103 June k4 1Oo % June 18 95% Jam 14 107% Apr. 24
4,445 4121 % Sal e 119 122
118 Jam 21 123% Feb. 6
400
79
45
78 June 17 79% June *
4,150 35
35 Feb. 10 84% May 2 2
300
90
96
90 June 4 90 June 5 77% Jam 27 99 May 2 1
2,4u0 771$ 85
192% 195
192
50 192 ......
§192 Apr. 23 §192 Apr. 23
30 3 Sale
4
9,400 1,175.596 15 Sale
31 Sale
30% June 5 3 f % June "l 3 14% Jam 15 33 Apr. 19
2,510
70
70% 71% 69 % June 6 ■1% June 16 59% Jam 15 75% Apr. 2 1
163,045 60 Sale
71
8,000
42
366 67c> 2*1$ Sale
42
43 Sale
4
June 10 44% June 16 28 Jam 14 47 Apr. 2 1
13,292
173% Sale 175% Sale 17 2 June
310.060 179% Sale
1 6% June 1? 170 Mar. 11 184% Jan. 7
300
280
280 285 278 June 25 278 June 25 253 J am 15 297 Feb. 4
56,218 260 Sale 260%
42% Sale
42% Sale
6,200
419) June 1? 43 June 18 41 May 17 47 Apr. 17
77,100 45% Sale
17,839
93% Sale
98,829 x93 Sale
90% June 3 OJ3 June 18 s«% May 19 9 4 % Feb. 13
*
90% Sale
100
25
50
65
35
545 49
4L June 2s 41 June 2c
60
0 Feb. 21 §50 Mar. 2 0
25
35
500 50
65
49 Jam 20
65
4 Feb. 24
60
15,600
140,780 40 Sale
48 June 13 52% June 16 39 Feb. 1 52% June 1
49% 51
47
48
243
143 Sale 143 June 30 I5 d June 9 143 June 30 150 June 9
243 TOO
23,500
240,415 14% Sale
19% June -4
2 0 % Sale
21% Sale
13 Feb. 3 2 2 % May 2
I % June
5,625
3934 Sale
88,835 38 Sale
39% June 3o 41% June
41% Sale
33 Feb. 24 44 % May 7
21,531
21,531
75 Sale
77% 75 June 2 80% June
75 June 2 80% June 4>
8,225
17 Sale
167,584 10
16% June 23 18% June
18 Sale
10%
10 J am 15 1 8 % Apr.
9
lb% jam 14 35 3* Apr. 9
3,067
29% Sale
31 % Sal©
197,117 19 Sale
29 June lb 32 June
94,680 1,684,060 43% Sale
36% June 24 38 June 16 35% M ay 19 44% Jan. 2
36% Sale
37% Sale
6 8 % Sal©
339,303 75 Sale
15,980
68 Sale
67 June 23 69 June it
65% May ly 75% Jam 2
3,284
I t 1,164 6178 Sale
51% 53% 51 June 5 53% June 18 51 May 28 633* Jam 2
52% Sale
50
3,800
227,128
i 0% June 2
54 June *7 50 Mar. 26 74% Mar. 7
52 Sal©
51
30
do
200
3
3
88
81
83
26,693
83 June 23 83 June 23 82 May 29 1043j Feb. 27
81
85
710
48% 4~ June
35,691 30 Sale
46
47 Sale
47% June 13 30 Jam 2 52% May 9
69,009 184% Sale 183 186 187% Sale It 4 June 3 190% June 1 8 1 H1 % Mar. 5 19 1 Jam 6
16,186
55u
75 Jam 8 § 90 May 8
199
70 Jam 31 90 May 2 2
572
10,255
19% June 25 2 1 June
9 Jam 8 /5 Apr. 9
21,835
170,942 71 Sale
8 2 % June 9 87% June 2
8 6 % Sale
85% Sale
66 Jan. 15 8 8
May 29
3,335
92% Bale
52,033 83% Sale
90 Bale x90 June 2
93 June 2 81% Jam 14 93 J une 2
161,461
758.267 139% Sale 153 Sale 160% Bale 150 June
161 % June 30 137 Jam 14 1 6 L% June SO
19,900
201,0.-0 38 Sale
45 % June
46% Sale
50 June 18 37% Jam 15 51% Mar. 1 0
48 % Bale
6,900
119,042 72% Sale
83 J une 9 8 8 % June 17 71 Jam 14 90% Apr. 28
83% 8 4% §87 Sale
1.050
41% June 30 43 June 2 33% Jam 25 43 May 29
43 Sale
3.',996 37 Sale
41% Sale
5,882
82% Sale
82
82% Xb2 June 18 83% June 13 80% Jam 2 85% Feb. 24
138,005 80% Sale
311,582 20% Sale
27,050
31% June 6 34% June 14 19 Jam 15 35% May 22
33% Sale
32% Sale
9,714
272,386 46 Sale
61% Sale
59 June 26 62% June 12 44 Jam 14 623* Apr. 2 1
59% Sale
500
73,3*22 16 Sale
30 June 2 4 33 June D
33
35% 31 Sale
13 Jam 15 403* Apr. 29
3,080 45 Sale
20
72
67
65
70 §65 June 25 §65 June 25 45 Jam 2 84 ApA 2 2
1,950
Q
tO
12
10% 20
20
8% Jam 13 14 Feb 26
500
66 Sale
30,338 70% Sale
63
65
65% June 17 66 June 2 64 Jam 15 71% Jam 3
7,889 125 130
125 132 120 130
12* Jam 15 138 Feb. 26
864 335
10
§328 June 19 §328 June 19 §328 June 19 340 Apr. 25
3
2,060
108,553 86 Sale
86
89
85% 87% 85% June 24 * 9 June 9 78% Jam 15 91% May 2
33,100 1,937,573 107 Sale 138 Sale 137% Sale 135 June 24 138% June 11 xl0 2 % Jan.27 146 May 7
91,830 1,766,411 137% Sale 132 Sale 131% Sale 130 June 6 132% June 3 128 Mar. 12 140% Jam 9
27,231
11,678
117% Sale 113% June 3 117% June 18 109% May 19 118% Apr. 29
........114
25,570
858,518 162% Sale 148% Sale 148 Sale 147% June 3 i51%[June 18 146 May 12 174 Feb. 5
2.692 42% 43%
37% 39%
38 Feb. 7 43 Jam 6
200
1,944 >92% Sale
90
89
90 June 5 90 June 5 89 Mar. 3 913* Mar. 2 2
477,964 26% Sale
73,795
26% 26% 28% Sale
26% June 5 28% June 30 25% Jam 15 31% Mar. o l
5.939 140
620
175 Sale
§170 June 2 175 June 20 150 Mar. 24 192 Apr. 29
*75
94,070 106% Sale 111% Sale x l l 2 Sale 110% June 5 114% June 16 105 Jam 27 115 Apr. 19
8,100
4,700 120
400
t 2i
122 126 123 June 17 127 June 23 118% Jam 2z 127% Apr. 18
279,632 36% Sale
14.135
59% Sale
57 June 7 61% June 28 36% Jam 2 64 Apr. „ 5
59% Sale
94,784 92 Sale 124% Sale 124 Sale 120 June 24 127% June 2> 90 Jam 14 127% June
10,400
163,727 26% Sale
63.135
25% Sale
27% Sale
25% June 2 28 June 2h 24 Mar. 5 28 June 23
208,455 52% Sale
47,140
56% Sale
59 Sale
55% June 5 59% June 18 51 Jam 13 59% June 8
657,510 2,156,670 106 Sale 100% Sale 111 Sale
99% June 5 111% June 30 96% Mar. 11 111% June 30
892
78
§195%Junel6 §195%Junel 6 §195 Jam 21 §198% Apr. *2
6
68,242 80
5,725
102 110 102 108
85
99 June 2 6 107% June 13 80 Jam 24 122 Apr. 22
599,335 14% Sale
12,780
18 June 24 19% June 16 14% Jam 15 20% Mar. 10
19 Sale
18% Sale
7,834
194.760
40% 41
38% < o
39 June 2t 40% June 3 39 June 28 45% Mar. 18
688,169 167% Sale
37,976
157% Sale xl5 4 % Sale 153% June 6 157% June IS 153% May IV 168% Jam 2
105,735 51 Sale
52
54
5,875
53% Sale
5 l June 5 54% June 19 46% Jam 15 543* Apr. 17
5,000 118 120
115 11♦ 115 1 i 9
117% May 21 ) 24% Jam 27
39,018 89% Sale
4,700
9u% Sale
90 Sale
90 June 10 92 Jim© 20 84 Feb. 4 92% May 21
150
to o
31°, 390
94,733
32,863
99*
90
10
72,617

1,025
27,21 0
30,830
802
368
300
20
180,276
200
200

244
32,914
526,705
399,?20
9,S00
368
9,306
1,020
2,950
1,982,378
17.575
2,525

210 %
35%
58
91
104
7J%
101
18

2 1 2 % 237
8ale
Sale
92
76

Sale
&
3

150% Sale
39
42
90
80

Sale
33 Sale
57% Sale
§91 Sale
230
66
70
101 106
80
77
143% Sale
36
43
71
75

230
32%
56%
91
23 J
65
100

231 %
Sale
Sale
95
” 70
105

80
74
151% Sale
43
37
75
71

138%
237 June 2 2 0 9 %
33% June 1 4 32
58% Jim© 18 55
90 % June 10 90
236% June 21 238
68 June 19 67%
§104% JunelS 100 %
79
148% June 5 15*2% June 1- 147
39 June 10 39 June 10 3 9
71 June 2' 71V June 18 71

228% June 24
32% June 9
x55% June 9
90% June 10
235 June 1 6
67% June 23
§104%Junel8

Feb.
Jam
Mar.
Jam
Feb.
June
June
Jam
Jam
Jam
Jam
Feb.

§141% Apr.
25o Apr.
36% Jam
59% Apr.
93 Jam
236% June
75% Mar.
106 Mar.
82% Mar.
154% May
47 % Apr.
83 J am

15
28
2
25
14
21
8
26
8
2
6
14

J u ly , 1902.J

M EW

STOCKS.
Ni V . S tock

YORK

STOCK

1.

P r ic e a bou t

S A LE S TO J U L Y

Ex c h a n g e
P a r.

In June.

S h a re s.

Pere Marquette, pref . .100
pltrts. Ginn. on. < St. L.100
fe
P ref .......................... 100
Pitts. Ft. Wayne AChic.100
RR. Securities, Ser. A —
Reading (Jo.vot.ti.cert. 50
1st p re f..................... 50
2d p re f...................... 50
Bens8el. < Saratoga----100
fc
Rome Wat. < Ogdensb.106
fe
Rutland, p r e f.. ——
100
8t. Jo8.<fc G.I.vot.tr. ctf s. 100
1st pref. vot. tr. otfs.100
2d pref. vot. tr. ctfs.. 100
St. Lawrence & AdiromlOO
St. Louie & San F ra n ..100
le t p re f......................100
2d p re f....................... 100
St. Louis Southwest....100
P r e f............................100
Southern Pacific Co — 100
Southern (vot. tr. ctfs.1.100
Pref.
“
“
100
M. < O. stock tr. ctfs .
fe
Texas A Racine....... . 100
Third Avenue (N. Y .) . 100
Toledo Peoria A West. 100
Tol.8t.L. AW .vot.tr. ctfs 100
P r e f............................100
Tw in City Rapid Tran .100
P r e f............................100
R ig h ts............ - .......Union Pacific R ailw ay. 100
P r e f............................100
W abash.........................100
P r e f............................100
Wheel. A L . E r i e ......... 100
1st p r e f......................100
2d p ref.......................100
Wisconsin C entral...... 100
P r e f............................ 100

1,363
113
340
759*025
21,940
fe4j90
1,800
9,000
27,199
17,500
30,930
2,209

10,020

16,1*0
46,940
129,545
133,850
13,767
400
73,110
150

B id .

A sh .

June
B id .

175,*

2 3 ,1 5

;

100

2,700
4,570
2,400
100
6,711
415,030
16,394
244,634
149,610
8,330
7,600
4,430
24,990
15,520

2.

10338 Sale
9 u% Sale
2 2 % 8 ale
43 Sale
18 Sale
! 51% Sale
30 Sale
20% Sale
42 Sale

104%
88%
26%
44
22%
62
35
28%
50

June

A sk. B id .

p5
...... 90
Sale
97% Sale
>0/% . . ...
......
192% 195
J96% Sale
Sale
63% Sale
Sale
83% Sale
Sale
6 8 % Sale
2 11
....... 2 1 0
.....
138 .......
IJ4^A rr 4 8 ,
85 Sale
20
21
14% Sale
65 Sale
69% Sale
28 Sale
30% Sale
133% Sale
30 .......
56 Sale
68
Sale
83 Tg Sale
>2 % 85
*
71% Sale
737 Sale
8
26% 2 *
27% Sale
| 59% Sale
58% Sale
64% Sale
60% Sale
36% Sale
34% Sale
95 Sale
94% Sale
,
90% 92%
3 9 3 4 Sale
41 % Sale
122% Sale §129% Sale
13
......
8 % .......
18% 19% 21 Sale
35% Sale
37% Sale
110 Sale jal21 Sale
.......... .
152 160

301
41,863 82
1,213 /' 7
45 192
2,140
6,87%2S0 57%
383.777 82%
2,042,525 64%
45
139,236
111,51b
70,431
52,3 *8
53.533

M ONTHLY

P R IC E S IN

1902.

S in c e J a n l

S h a re s.

EXCHANGE

3 ).
A sk .

RECORD.

3 5

JUNE.

L o w e s t.

RANGE
1

S a le P r ic e s .

S IN C E J A N . 1

.

H ig h e s t .

L o w est.

H ig h e s t .

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

S a le P r ic e s .

__ .. ..
__...
90
95 June 23 9 7 3 4 June
Sale
Sale §1 id June 30 §116 June
__
lu4% __
94% 93% June 27 96% June
61% June 5 6 8
June
6 6 ^ 8 Sale
8 4 % Sale
8 z% June 5 8 5 % June
67% June 5
70 Sale
13 J une
s
no
.......
139 ......
74 June 27 85 June
22
23
20 J uno 5 23% June
6 8 % June 10 77
x 2 Sale
June
33
34
2 y% June 1
85 June

.. ...
§95
§116
1 1
93%

80 May 17 §85 Mar. 25
18 80% Jam 7 98% May 9
20 113 Mar. 2 128 May 14
§192% A p r.l §194% M ay29
14 9 3 ^ June 2
9 6 % May l 5
D
52% Mar. 1 0 6 8 % Ain*. 28
18 79% Mar. 1 0 87 Apr. 22
18 60 Jan. 14 74% Apr. 22
- 5,14! Jan 18
§138* Jan
2 74 June 27 125 Apr. 23
21 12 Jan. 14 24 Mar. 1 0
i7 62 Feb. r 77 June 17
Jan. r - 35% Mar. 12
17 2 7
; 0 TV
fn.v. 1 e 141 u Feb 17
.
.
68
.Tune 2 T0 < June 18 55% Jan. 2 7 2 % Apr. 4
6 8 % Sale
*■2* 83% 83 June 20 85% J une r
H3 Feb. 5 8 8
Jam 11
3 % June 17 1 70% May
71% June 2;
72% Bale
5 77 Jan. 18
3 o% Sale
2 7 June 3 31% June 30, 24% Mar. 6 31% June 30
58 June 3 6 * June 28 55% Mar. 5 6 8
67% Sale
*
June 2 8
63% June 5 65% June ir* 58 Jan- 27 69% Apr. 21
64 % Sale
35 June 25 3 % June 10 317 Jan. 27 40% Apr. 15
S
36% Sale
94% June 4 , 6 June 30 92 Jan. 14 98% Apr. 15
96 Sale
90% June 26 90 % June ' 8
90
92
oO May 2
:. 91 May 26
^4% Sale
40 June 9 44% June 3 • 37% Jan- 15 44% Apr. 19
130 131% 131 June 24 J3 1 June 24 122 Jan. 8 . 3 4
Feb. 7
14
20 June 9 20 June 9 §8 % Feb. 7 20 June 30
20% Sale
20% June 19 o l% June 16 18% Jan. 2 1 23% Feb. 28
36% June 25 3 4 % June 16 35 Jan. 15 43% Feb. 11
37% Sale
118% Sale 118% June 24 a l 2 - % June 2 107 Jan. 2 0 124 Apr. 21
1 5 6 % ....... . . . . . . ___
... . - 157 May 15 159% Feb. 18
1% June 26
1 % June 6
1 .Time 6
1% Sale
1% June 76
Sale 105 Bale 103% June 24 10634 June 18 x 5 8 3 q Feb. 2 8 10*% Apr. 21
87 June 9 99^8 June 18 8 6 % Mar. 6 6138 Jan. 2
Sale
8 8 % Sale
30% sale
26% June 5 3 ! % June 24 21% Jan- 18 31 % June 24
8 ale
43 % June 5 47% June 2 3 41% Jan. 13 475g June 23
♦ 6 % Sale
Sale
22% Sale
21% June 5 23% June 23 17 Jan. 27 24 Apr. 30
Sale
58% June 6 64% June 23 49% Jan. 27 6 6 Apr. 29
62% 63% Sale
37 Sale
34 June 9 27% June 23 2 8 Jan. 14 38% Apr. 30
36
26% June 5 28% June 2i 19% Jan. 3‘ 29% May 7
27 Sale
Sale
49% Sale
Sale
47% June 6 50% June 18 39% Jan. 24 5 l% May 7

M iscellaneous Stocks
Adams E xpress........... 100
Amalgamated Copper. .100
A m . Agrieul. Chemical. 100
P r e f...
...
-1O0
American Beet Scuar.-lOO
American Bioyoie ....lo O
P r e f........................... 100
Amer. Car A Foundry. lOo
P r e f............................100
American Cotton O il... 100
P r e f........................... 100
Amer. District Teleg’h.lOO
American E xpress...... 100
Am erican Grass Twine. 100
American Ic e ................100
P r e f............................100
American Linseed....... 100
P referred...................100
American Locom otive 100
P r e f........................... 100
American M altin g...... 100
P r e f............................100
Amer. Smelt. A R e r g ..l0 0
P r e f............................100
American Snuff............ 100
P r e f..................
100
American Sugar Refin. 100
Pref., n ew ..................100
Amer. Teleg. A Cable.. 100
Amer. Teleph. A Teleg. 100
Rights.............................
American Tobac. pref ..100
American W oolen........100
P r e f............................100
Anaconda Mining..........25
Assoc. Merch’ta 1stp L . 100
Brooklyn Union Gam ..100
Brunswick Dock A C. I.io n
Butte r i c k .................... 100
Oolorado Fuel A Iron ...lO o
P r e f............................100
Col. A Hock. Coal A Ir 100
Commercial Cable...... 100
Comstock Tunnel.............2
Consol. Cal. A V a........5*50
Consolidated Ga*,N. \ .100
Consolidation C oal... .. 100
Continental Tobac. pL.100
Corn P m d acts. . ... .... 100
Pref ...............
100
Crucible Steel of Amer. 100
Pref ...........................100
Detroit G a s ............... 50
D i a mood M ate h............100
Di st 1 1 ng (Jo. o f A m er..100
1I
Preferred. . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Gen era i Chemical . . ... 100
Preferred....... ....... *.100
Gen era I K loo t r ie ....... 100
Goo. A. F u lle r ... ... .. ... ...
P referred .
Glucose Sugar, temp, reels.
H. H. d a m n Go,. . . . . . . . JO
O
1 oni HUver ....................25
H omestake M in in g ..... 100
In tern atlonal P aper., J 00
P r e f........100
International Power. .100
In tern ati o na! HiI ver .. 100
Pref ... .............
100!
In tern at* I Steam Pump, 100
Pref. .............
..100
K ingston A Rem hr. Iron 10
K nickerb. Ice (Chic,)... 100
Preferred . . . . ----.. . . 100
Laclede Gas, St, Louis,. 100
P r e f ....... - .. .,.......,1 0 0
Manhattan Beach (J o ,, , j 00
Maryland Coal, p re f_ 100
_
National B iscu it... . . . . . 100
P re fe rre d ......... *.....1 0 0
National L ea d ..*......... 100
P r e f.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 0

263,5 0
100
14,020
h , '-94
105,595
4,815
3,960
500|

soo!

539]
18,082:
48,52o
33,-61
2 798
618
23,090
v,910
2,40U
1,550
32,765
14,135
2,330
2,125
219,8 St
1,190
130
1,43*

195 2 0 0 |200 215
6938 Sale
6 8 % Sale
2 1
8 ale
3, O ■ 62% Sa^e
10 1
B'% Sale
151/3' I 2%
3
! __________ 70
20 «
2 »
y 0,33
412.31 1 3 0 3 4 Sale
317 Bale
8
67,3*
87 Sale
91 Sale
496,97
52 sale
32% Sale
Sh
Q2
10.-7
12.47
36
39
38
40
223
9,11 5 2 1 0 % *ale 2 2 0
, 40% Sale
58% Sale
31% Sale
18 % Sale
§ 67% Sale | 60% Sale
15
20
26% Sale
f 43
49
50% 54
36,
33 Sale
31% Sale
94 Sale
90% Sale
7% Sale
5%
0
23
25
25 Sale
12.55
i 46% Sale
48% Sale
9S% Sale
98 Sale
1 ^0 Sale
£6
5?
99% 1 0 0
,117% Sale 1 129 Sale
2^5
H 5 Sale
118% Sale
! ....... 9 j
90
s-5
1
1% Sale

200

510
510
13,300
10

600
1,250
3.343
186,550
2,345

15,380
30,980
7,462
4,3 95
1,050
“ 0,800
262
61,178
58,127
500
400
10,085
31.358
2,171
100

100
'7/20 0
3,135
1,900
7,742
1,700
4,660
1,300

2,215
100
4 521
1,090

1 1,100

1.800

16 Sale
77
-0
d 123 Bale
7,90.

145
13%
76
116%

..................................

210 212
10% Sale
; ........ ...................
1,792.78 i 88% Sale
125 130
lf> >4 Sale
170 180
>
i ..........................................
219 Sale

234
12%

197 210
63% Sale
25
29
.................

62% June 24 69^? Jime

2

HS

30 June 19
6 -tf June 30
% Sale
21 J ime 3
21 Sale
30% June 5
3 J Sale
91% Sale
90% June 19
51 June 0
5 1% Sale
94
9i
95 June 5
38 June 16
35
38
2^5 228 2/3 June 5
56% Sale
58% June 0
12% June 27
12% Sale
42% Sale
40% June /7
23
24 % 24 June 2)
50% 54
50% June 5
31% June c4
317 Sale
8
95 Sale
92 June e
6
Sale
6
J une 30
24
25
24 June 24
47 Sale
46% June . 4
98% Sale x97% June 24
....... 125
1^0 June 2
98% 98 7 x98% June 1 6
s
1277 Sale x l 2 4 * J ’ ne25
e
119 Sale 11>- % June /
87
95 § 88 Juno 19
173 June 5
14 Sale
1* June 30
. . . .
152 145 15 1
13
14
12% June ■
14
75
77
74% June 12
Sale
Sale 106 Sale 105% June 24
§95% Sale §95% June 30
. . . .
*83 June 19
239 230 240
12% June 20
13% 12% Sale
45
47
41 June *
91 Sale
85 June 27
Sale
....................
138 124 ]3 >
l7
16 June 25
18 % 16
155 ....................
...................
6

30 J une 19
7% June 1 6
23% June 18
;?3% Jiuie 17
1% J une 23
52 > June 3
j)
97
June 20
38 June
22<5 June 19
59% June 12
19 June 2
60% June 2
2 > % J une 2
j
52 June 16
33% June 2
95 June 30
7% Jane 2
25% Jane 2
49% June 3
100% June 23
1 2 6 % June /b
10 0
Jane 3
129% June 1 3
119% June 12
§88 June 19
i79 J une 2 *
14 June 0
13 % June
73 Juno
116% June
§9 5 % June
237% June
\27 June
h
5 0 % J une
.01% June

19
2
2
30
11
13
11

Jan. 4 §2 25 May 19
Mar. 2 ^ 79 Feb. 1
Mar. 1 1 30% Apr 30
.Tan. o 87% Apr. 28
30 .Time 19 30 June 1 0
2 Feb. 25
8 % Apr. 34
lo Jan. 6 26% Apr. 14
x28% Apr. 1 1 33%i June 17
x85% Jan. 14 91 % Mar. 25
30% Jan. 1 0 57% Apr. 28
9h % Apr. 23
86
Feb.
3 i% Jan. 14 42% May 2
10 Jan. 13 244% Feb. 11
239% Jan. 9 59% June 12
1 2 % June 27 31% Jam
2
40% June 27 u7 Jan. 3
15 J an. 14 27 % May 1
43 Jan. 13 53 Mar. 17
8
2938 May 19 367 Apr. 29
x89 Jam 3 10 > Apr. 29
%
5 Jam 2 u
7% May 26
21 Jam 2 0 26% May 26
*3% Apr. 2 2 49% May 26
95 Apr. 30 100 % J une 23
40% Jan. 2 2 1 2 6 % J une 20
85 Jam 13 1 0 0 Apr. 19
1 1 6 % Jam
6 xl35%Mar.31
115 Jan. v 120% May 7
84 Mar. 10 §96 Jari. 7
60 .Tan. 13 186 Apr. 4
14 JlLllO 30 14 June 30
140 Jan. 9 151% Mar. 31
12% June 5 17% Jan. 7
73 Apr. 23 79 Jan. 7
10."1 June 24 t/146 Feb. 1
%
95 Fob. 14 96 Feb. 14
210 Jam 4 242 Apr. 25
10 J an. 13 14 ^ Apr. 23
8
199
61
21

1

8 4 J an.
§i30 Jam
17% Juno 3 14% Jam
§ 150 Mar.
I'-Ol Mar.
............. 111 50 Jan.
222% 223 221 % Sale 218% Juno 25 222 June 30 213 Jam
. . . . . .
. . . . 1
70
8>
80 Apr.
70
85
>
75
9 June 3 115 Jam
123 Sale 122 Sale 120% June 24
I 15 Bale
2* Juno 25 3 2 % June 2 28 Jane
28% Sale
32% Hale
..........................................
83% 85
83% June 21 87% June 2 83 \ June
. . . . . .
y7% Sale
H i June
21% June 20
% June 20
33 x
« *5
85% May
7 1% Sale
85% Sale
71% June 2 85% June : 0 65 May
L .... ... ..
130% Sale
132% 135% 130 135 134 Juno 23 1 : i June 23 130% Jam
H% june 1
5 Juno 23
5 June
1 7%
8%
% Bale
5 % Sale
36 % Bale
34% Junes 27 42% J une 12 33 Jam
',83 H Bale ! 89 Hale
i
04
oh
6 4 June
.
0i
67
64 June 20 06 June 2.
) . . . . . . . ................
June 6 x9H% June
x 9H% Juno 20 H i
99 10 1
m
j 08
90 Hale
3
283 Halo 1 2 0 Buie 001 308 304 June 23 321 % June 2 1*70% Jam
41)
60
4 i % J ime 20 53 Juno 2 40 May
39 H Sale 1 5 1% Hale
________ m
i\ 97% Bam
94
95 X04 % J mio M 97% Juno *, 02 May
2
57% June 23 57% June 23 4 1% Fob.
102 Jam
> /O0% t 0 3
1*40 June 24 140 June 24 1*40 June
2,0
Apr*
100
3 ) 95
I % Juno 1\ 19 Jan.
20 June 25
2 i % Hate
'J
81,655. 20 > 2 1'.j ; 29% 21
74 Halo
• 2% Juno. 2 1 75% June 5 ■ 72% June
'/
74 Hale
43,064
76% Bale
. . . . .
, _ . „ .
55 June 4 90 June 12 55 Juno
88
208,841/ 87
% /nine 23 14% June 3
% J am
14 Bale j VI
13%
161,73.' I
6%
A
10,94.' 1
61 hah* : 59% 05 i x M) % J une ; 0 0 < June ft 47 Jam
46
4 8 Hi
r, 3
.VI'a
Halo ; 53 June 7 54 % June I 1 47 Jam
i
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92
m
87% Jan
M HQ
90
?
m
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June 0
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15 Feb,
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3 Ju nei 1
Jam
15
17 | J 5
1H 1 15 June 2 i
6
1 2
14
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77% Bale : 74
77% June V 77 % » Juno % 72 Apr.
7 65
75
Feb,
47% Hale
4 7
48% 47*% June 24 44% June 17 4
4 45 % Hale
105 107 104 100 104 % J urn 23 0 * a tine 1 2 101% Feb.
V 103%105
% hale , 2 1 J unc 19 23 J mi© 3
22% Bale
l
16% Bale
89 June 16 7M% Jam
87
89 : B7 J u n e2
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H1
1
100
132
1 17%
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120

22

2

8

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1

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1

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88
12

8 110% Apr. 24
29 140 Mar. 26
16 23% Apr. 4
3 166 Jam 23
11 0*1 Mar. 11
13 1 50 Jam 13
15 230% Apr. 25
24 85 Feb. 18
.2 126% J une 3
25 38% Mar, 24
2-i 90 Mar. 25
20 24% Jam 9
21 87 Apr. 23
85 hi J line 30
13 180% J am 2
23 io mu, 3
3 * % Apr. 4
1
20 67% May 19
101 May 23
I . * 334 Apt. 9
17 53 June 2
20 !>
H M1 V
1
57% June 23
4 102 Jam 4
21 1*02 8 Apr. 11
17 ’ i 00% J an. 18
14 23% Mar. 26
24 77% Jam 7
4 199 Apr. 29
? 19% Apr. IH
14
<5 May 17
57% Mar. 10
13 94 Mar. 21.
Mar. 14
14 1 0
10 17% Mar. 11
t
5ft Apr, 7
30
Feb, 0
MO Jan, 27
Apr, 3 4
1 19
7H May 1
.5
1 8
14
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4
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18 23% May 23
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Q U O T A T IO N

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33
39
33
3b
1 3 5 * Jan. 24
< 50 35
>
43
New Central Coal...........2 C
33 M ay
I t 5 1 6 2 * June 24 1 7 3 % June 3 118 Mar. 17 19
71,806 1 5 6 * Sale 168 1 7 3 * 161
1,50 0
New York A ir B rake.. 100
Apr. 21
7
17
2
£ 25 Sait^
1,360
9.005 14 Sale
N ew Y ork D ock---------100
1'
Feb. * 28
2 0 * June lo 27 June 1
Apr. 4
50
4
0 6 * Sale
P re ferred ............... . 100
1,2 8
8,592
•>3 June 1 1 5 5 * June 30 3 9 * Feb. 2 1 5 6 * Apr. 3
1 2 1* Saie 120 June 20 125 June 2u 8 ^ Jan. 28 13234 Apr. 29
213,2*6 93 Bale 12134 124
No. Amer. Co.,new st’k.100
l ,i 50
8
9
41 >
0
2,250
8 * J line 25
9 * J an. 6 ‘
Ontario Silver.............. 100
Q
0
w* June 2 7 * Mar, 1'4
40
42
Sale
39 June 6 43 June 1
5,63 5
8 « , x l * 46
Pacific M ail.................. 100
4 1 * Sale
3 ~ * May 17 4 9 * Mar. IO
1 0 2 H 101
Sale l o O * June 5 1 0 . S June 1
433.340 104 Sal* 1 0 2
15,90u
|
People's Gas L. < C., Ohio
fc
9 8 ^ Jam 15 106 Jan. 4
4 * * Sale
6 Sale
2 (D ,80 « 4 1* Sale
4 ^ * June 24 4 9 * June ^ 39 Jan. 1
24,58 s
Pressed Steel Car........ 100
50^4 M ay 26
8 6 * bale
77,917 8 5 * Saie
86
Sale
3,848
3 5 * June 24 >*7 June 10 x k 2 * Feb. 4 89 Apr. 28
P r e f............................IOC
15.404 219 Sale 234 239 232 237
Pullman Company....... 10(
184
235 June i l 235 June U 215 ja m 13 250 Apr. 29
3
4
43* Mar. 8
3*
4^
3
4
600
3 * J une 2,
Quicksilver Mining.......100
3,6 5«i
3 * June lb
3 * M a y 24
9 * 10*
l,o i 0
4.400
9 * 10*
9 * June i lo *v June 1y
9
11
P r e f........................... 100
9 * June 5 117 Mar. 10
8
33
8ale
3 0 * Sale
3 o * June 3o 3 1 * June 2 54 Apr. 16 3 4 * Apr. 29
R ailw ay Steel-SpriDg 1 0 0
7,100
6 *5 *0
8 7 * Sale
29,714
85 Sale
84 June 12 8 8 * June 3 80 Apr. 1 8 8 * June 3
6,250
P r e f.... .................. 100
1 7 * sale
1 7 * sale
274,430 1 5 * Sale
17 June . 4 1 8 * June 11 1 5 * Jan. 2 20 Apr. 24
14,500
Republic Iron < Steel.. loO
&
7 4 * Sale
122,544 6 8 * Sale
7 2 * Sale x 7 2 * June 27 7 5 * June 14 68 Jan. 16 76 Apr. 25
10,500
P r e f............................100
2o
22
18
19
18 * June 2
« o * J une 16 1 7 * Feb. VV V 5 * Apr. 21
Rubber Goods Manuf’glOO
137,7* 1 1 9 * Sale
3,881
68 Sale
65
68
22,382 70 Sale
1,760
x - 5 * June 21 6 ^ J une ^ x 6 5 * June 1 7 4 * Mar. 22
P referred...................100
....
5 2 * June 3o 5 2 * June 24 5 2 * June 3<» 553g Mar. 12
9,000
24,00u
Sliver Bullion certificates.
5 2 * Sale
30
33
32
34
9,24 9 2 9 * 31
5oO
31 * June i * o 2 June 26 29-« Jan.
3
Sloss-Sliettield Steel & 1.100
Mar. 18
80
,-2
82
83
6,332 80
400
u2
■
t 1
June 6 > 2 June 9 8 0 * M ay 19 84 Uj Mar. 7
P re ferred .................. 100
8% Apr. 29
7 8
b
8
7 * Sale
6 8 June 27
7 * J une 5
Standard Rope < TwinelOO
fe
2,766
4 Jam lo
63,956
4 * 8ale
. - . - ......
£3*25 Feb. 13 3*50 Apr. 16
481
Standard M ining.........100
63
Sale
6 1 * Sale
«
61 * June 6 65 June 2 6 1 * Jan. 14 745 Apr. 24
Tennessee Coal < Iron . 100
fc
30,530
961,505 6 1 * sale
37
39
4 4 * Feb. 18
Sale
33
4 0 * 37 June 6 4 0 * June 12 3 5 Jam 1
1,719
40,929 37
Texas Pao. Land Trust .100
1
i *
45, 2
14
1 4 * I D * Bale
15 June 4 16 J une i (
1 l * * Apr. 3
1,400
13 Feb.
Onion Bag < P a p er----100
fc
>1
-4
K!
Sale
500
23,6 *8 7 4 * Sale
rl
June 30 84 June 10 72 Jan. 16 85 Apr. 5
P r e fe r r e d _______
100
1 2 * Sale
5,670
12, . 65
11
1 2 * ) 1* June 19 1 * June 3 1 0 * M ay 12 ■H* M ay 6
U.S.Cast Iron Pipe & F100
44
bale
44 Sale
4 2 * June ).8 4 5 June 21 x « 2 M ay 19 47 May 7
2,872
6 ,'9 2
P r e f............................100
ll4
1-6
2 12*% Apr. 17
770
4 6 ,*0 l 9 7 * Sale 115 120
H i * June 27 116 June 9 9/
Jam
O. S. Express................ 1 0 0
1 3 * Sale
12*1 Sale
472,0-5 1 2 * Sale
29,645
1 * June 25 1 3 * June 10 U * Feb. 24 1 4 * Apr. 3
0. S. Leather................100
1 2 * l z * x 8 3 * June z * 8 6 * June 10 797« Jam 2 1 8 6 * Apr. 2
8 4 * Sale
14,352
156,57 - 81 * Sale
P r e f . ....... .................. 100
40
Sale
84
8 4 * 3 6 * June 24 40 June 2 3 6 * June 2- 4 4 * Mar. 8
41,843
1,225
U. S. Reduction & R ef 100
6 3 * Sale
800
24,147'
6 2 * Sale x 62
June 20 6 5 * June 11 x62 June 20 68 Mar. 6
P re f........ ................... 100
L 4 * bale
14 * Kale
63,17 4 1434 Sale
L 4 * June
15 June 2o
2 1 9 * Apr. 141,635
4 Jam
0. S. Rubber................. 100
34,651 5 0 * Sale
5 o * s a le
54 Sale
5 1 * J une 24 5 6 * June
5 0 * Jam 14 €4 Mar. 24
2,420
P r e f ....... ...................100
4 0 * ©aie
3 7 * sale x :6 * June 19 4 0 * June
x -<6* June 19 4 6 * Jan. 7
United States S tee l.... 100 299,721 2,806,775 4 3 * Sale
* k * Sale
8 0 l4 Kale
87 * June J9 9 0 * June * 8 7 * June 19 9 7 * Jan. 7
P r e f............................100 155,156 2,09 *,458 9 3 * Sale
70 Sale
69 Sale
6* * June 24 7 0 * June 3 60 Jam 18 7630 Apr. 28
9,860
207,O59j 63 Sale
Va.-Carolina Chemical. 100
21,865 £ 1 2 3 * Sale
.. :
... l o 2 ^ 1 3 1 * June 5 1 3 1 * June
250
l 2 0 * Jan. 17 13438 May 15
P r e f....... ................ .100
200 215
190 2iO
. .. ..
3,105! 185
i95
5185 Jam 24 £220 May 2
Wells, Fargo & Co...... =100
194,752 ^2% Sale
84
Saie
9 u * Sale
88 June 30 9 2 * June l > *8
•
23,949
June 30 9 4 * Apr. 19
Western union T e le g .. 100
2o5 214 210 June 5 214
117,243 1 7 7 * Sale 213 22o
June 4 1 6 9 * Jam 15 2 3 0 * Apr. 9
1,920
West’ gh.E.&Mfg.assent.SO
213 215
205 220 212
June 19 x ‘217 June 1" 7e0 Jam
100
8 ,1 3-J 180 1 »/
8) 34 Apr. 9
1st pref
—
. 50
^ boss than 10 shares, a Ex-nghts. b Ex-dividend and rights, c Trust Co. certificate* d Anaconda Mining now quoted per c^nt.
N o te .—On March 31 the Stock Exchange began quoting mining shares having a par value of over $10 on a per cent basis instead of dollars
per share. Mining shares w ith a par value of less than $10 are still quoted in the old way, that is, per share.

4

Boston Stock Exchange.
M ONTHLY

AND

YEARLY

RECORD.

The railroad securities w hich are active on the New York Stock Exchange are omitted from this list,

(OBT In comparing New York and Boston prices, it should he noted that bond prices in New York are flat prices—that is9
the price includes the accrued interest, while in Boston accrued interest must he paid in addition to price. It should also be
remembered that New York stock prices are par cent while those in Boston, are d o l l a r s per share.

BONDS.

.T
3

Bosto n S t o c k E x c h a n g e .
Amer. B ell Telephone 4s— 1908 J - J
Am .Telep. & Tel. coll. tr. 4s. 1929 J - J
Atch. & Nebraska, 1st, 7s ..1908 M -S
Boston < Maine, 4 * s ___ „..1944 J - J
fe
Plain 4s............................. 1942 F - A
Bur.&Mo. R .(N eb.),ex,m t6s.l918 J - J
Non-exempt, 6 s................. 1918 J - J
Sinking fund 4s................1910 J - J
Cedar Rap.& Mo. R., 1st,78.1916 M-N
2d, 7s....... .................... 1909 J - D
CentT Verm ont 1st gold 4s. 1920 Q -F
Ch. J’n. Ry. & St’k Y ’ ds, 5s. 1915 J - J
Coll, trust refunding, g,4s. 1940 A -O
Oh. Mil. & St. P. D u b.D .,68.1920 J - J
Ch. M. & St.P.Wis.V. div., 68.1920 J - J
Chic. & No. Mich., 1st gu. 58.1931 M-N
Chic. < W. Mich., gen., 5s... 1921 J - D
fe
Concord & Mont’l, cons. 4s. 1920 J - D
Conn. & Pass. R. 1stg. 4s... 1943 A -O
uurreni River, 1st, 5s......... 1927 A -O
Det. Gr. Rap. & W., 1st,4s.. 1946 A -O
^astern 1st., gold, 6 s........... 1906 M -S
Fitchburg, 4s................
1904 M -S
4s....................................... 1927 M -S
Frem 't Elk. & Mo. V., 1st, 6s.1933 A -O
Unstamped, 1st, 6 s ........... 1933 A -O
Illinois Steel, deben., 5s___1910 J - J
Non-convert, deben., 5s... 1913 A -O
Iow a Falls & Sioux C .lst 78.1917 A -O
Kansas City Bolt 1st, 6 s.___ 1916 J - J
«van. u. CLn. < Spr., 1st, 5s. 1925 A -O
te
Kan. C. Ft. S. & Gulf, 1st, 7s. 1908 J - D
Kan. C. Ft. Scott A M., 6 s.. 1928 M-N
Kan. C’y M. & B., gen .,4 s...1934 M -S
Income, 5s.........................1934 S p .l
Old Colony Tr. Co. reots......
Kan. C.&M. Ky. &Br., 1st,5s. 1929 A -O
Kan. C. St. J. A C. B., 1st,7s. 1907 J - J
L. R. & F t. 8 m., Id. gr., 1st,7s. 1905 J - J
Maine Cent., cons., 1st,7s...1912 A -O
Marq. Hough. < On., 1st 6 s. 1925: A -O
fe
Mexican Central, cons , 4s.. 1911 J - J
le t cons, ‘no., 3s................1939 July
2d cons, ino., 3s................. 1939 July
N. Y. < New Eng., 1st, 7 s .. .1905 J - J
fe
l 8 t. 6 s...... ....................... 1905 J - J
Ports. Gt. F. & C. lfet 4^s. .1937 J - D
.»epub. Valley, 1st, s. f., 68.1919 J - J
Rutland, 1st, 6 s. ................. 1902 M-N
Butland-Canadian, 1st 4s. 1949 J - J
Seattle Elec. 1st g. 5s......... 1930
Vermont A Mass., 5s...... 1903
* e s t End Street Ry.,g., 5s .1902
Gold 4 * s ........
1914
Gold aeoenture 4s.............1916 M-N
Gold 4s.............................. 1917 F -A
4s.................................... 1915 F0 1eeonslT> Valley, let. 7s ....19 m9

•Sides i n
P r ic e a bou t
J a n u a r y 2.
June.
P a r v a lu e
1902.

$
28,000
89,000

B id .

99
99*

P R IC E S
June

2

June

A sk , B id
A sk .
99 3 *.......
99 100
99* 99* 99* 99*

A sk . B id .
10 0

99*

.......

120

89
108

90

112

110

89
109

130
.......
110
____

132
131
109
109

........
.......
110
110

131
130
109
109

105

.......

10 0

10 2

110

113

105 107
* 9 9 * 100
1 0 9 * ....... ........10 9 *

........

1 .0 0 0
99*

8 ,0 0 0

84
10 0

5.000
7.000 128
4.000 126
2 . 0 0 0 109
1 0 ,0 0 0 1 0 9*

41.000
1 1 .0 0 0

.......
85

105

10 0

1 , 0 0 0 135
3.000 135

........ 137 ........ 137 .......
........ 135 ....... 137 ........
2 . 0 0 0 1 0 0 * ....... 1 0 1 * 1 0 2
10 2
16,000 I C O * ....... 1 0 1 * 1 0 2
....... 1 0 1 *
5,000
105 10 6* 105 107
3.000 114 ....... 114 .......
37.000 123
...... 1 2 5 * .......
1 2 . 0 0 0 ....... 1 0 1
98 ........
15.000 S 4
85*
91
92
13.000 107* ” ... ll«* 1 1 2
l , 0 0 0 115 ....... 114 .......
9.000 105 ...... . 105 ........
3.000
.
118 ...
118 ..
41.000 8 0 * 83
81
82
3.000
3 0 * 33
31
33
2 .0 0 0
20
22
23
21
16.000 H -9 * 111
1 0 8 * .......
4,000 107 ...... . 1 0 5 * .......
...........

194 106
114 .......
1 2 5 * .......
9 8 * .......
.......
1 1 3 * 114S
105 .......

110

118 .......
82 ____
31* 33*
20 *
22
1 0 5 * .......

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......
14,000 1 0 5* 106
3,000

2 ,0 0 0

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10 1

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.......
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10 0
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RANOE

L o w e s t.

H ig h e s t .

S a le P H c e s .

S a le P r i c e f

9 9 * June 27 100 June 10
9 9 * June 3u 9 ^ * June 25
3

89
109
100
....... 131*
....... 1 3 0 *
110 110
110 10 9 *
90
110

107

10 0

JUNE.

S IN C E J A N .

L o w e s t.

1.

H ig h e s t .

S a le

P r ic e s .

99
99

Feb. 18 100 Jam
Jam 23 9 9 * Jam

S a le P r ic e s .

3
8

-

99 * Jam 10 9 9 * Jam 1<>
....... 1 2 0 * June 28 1 2 1 * June 10 120* Feb. 4 12 1* Jam 29
10 5 * June 30 1 0 5 * June 30 1 0 5 * Jam 29 10 5* Jam 30
9 9 * Jam 8 99 * Jam 8

120

5.000 119

20,500

30.

IN

.......... 10 2

June
June
June
June
June
June
June

30
30
27
4
26
3
7

9 0 * June 7 85 Jam 3 9 0 *
1 0 9 * June 10 1 08 Feb. 2 110
101 June 23 100 June 27 1 0 1 *
1 3 1 * June 4 1 2 9 * Jam 7 132
131 Juue 4 12*** Jam 9 1 3 1 *
110 June 3 109 J an.
110
1 0 9 * June 25 109 Jan. 11 1 1 0 *
i 0 9 * Mar. 26 109*
114 * Feb. 26 115
106 Mar. 14 106
9 9 * June 30 100 June 13 9 9 * May 1^ 101
1 0 9 * June 20 1 0 9 * June 16 109*- June 30 111
1 0 0 * Mar.
100*
110 * Apr.
Ill*
138 June 11 138 June 11 138 Jan.
138*
138 June 5 138 June 12 13* May
138
1 0 1 * June 19 102 June 25 101 Jan.
102
10 1 * June 30 102 June 7 101* Jan.
102
1 3 2 * June 11 1 3 2 * June 11 1 3 2 * June 11 1 3 3 *
lb
.................. | 105 May 31 116
| 1)6
Jam
105
1 1 4 * June 23 1 1 4 * June 23
Apr. 24 11 4 *
1 2 5 * June 4 1 2 5 * June 27
Jam 3 126
9 8 * June 4 99 June 20; 98 Feb. 18 0 9 *
9 1 * June 24 9 1 * June 14 j 84 Jam 2 98 *
92 May 1 95
l i d * June 9 1 1 0 * June 20| 108 Jam 8 111
11 4 * June 2 v 1 1 4 * June 2 8 1 1 4 * Apr. 24 11 5 *
105 June 23 105 June 23 105 May h 1 0 " »*
1 2 8 * June 1 2 128* June 12 12 8 * June 12 130*
.................
81 June 6 827 June 18 8 1 M av 20 8 4 *
«
33 June 14 33 June 14j 3 0 * Feb. 21 3 5 *
2 1 * June 13 2 1 * June 13
207 May 21 2 4 *
8
1077 June 2 7 1 0 8 * June 13 10 7* June 27 10 9*
8
1 0 5 * June 1 2 105* June 19 105* June 12 14*7
12 3* Apr. 10 12 3*
107 June 23 107 June 23 10 6 * Feb. 18 107
100 June 18 100 June lb 100 June 18 101 *
102 Feb. 10 1 0 3 *
106 June 18 106 June 24 105 Jam 20 107

June
Jam
Feb.
May
May
Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Jam
Jam
Mar.
May
M ay
May
Feb.
Jam
Mar.
May
Jan.
June
Apr.
Jam
Apr.
Mar.
Mar.
Jam
ja m
Jam
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Jam
Jam
Apr.
June
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.

1 0 0 * June 26 1 0 0 * June 24 1 0 0 * June 26 100* Jam
107 May 1 10 7 * Jam

7
17
27
1^
12
8

25
26
15
14
31

8

4
2L
19
12
25
24
_
6
16
31
23
17
18
3
26
21
28
20

14
14
12
14
11
2

10
23
27
8

27

2
2

1 0 3 * June 26 10 3 * June 26 103* May 13 1 0 3 * Feb. 18
1 0 2 * M ay 15 1 0 2 * May 15
.................. 11 1 9 * Mar. 26 119* Mar. 26

Um> )
2

BOSTON

STO CK S.

SALES TO JULY 1

Price about
January 2,

Bo sto n S t o c k Ex c h a n g e ,

in June. since Jan l

1902.

J

uly,

Par.
R A IL R O A D ,
B o s to n < A lb a n y ......... .100
fc
B o sto n E le v a t e d ......... .1 0 0
B o sto n & L o w e ll .......... .1 0 0
B o s to n & M a in e ........... .100
P r e f ............................. 100
B o sto n & P r o v id e n c e . .1 0 0
B o sto n R e v .B . & L y n n . 100
Ch. J*n R y . & S tk . Y d s . 100
P r e f .............................. .100
C o n cord & M o n t r e a l—
C lass 1 ........................ .100
C lass 2 .......... „ ............ 100
C lass 3 . . . . . . .............. 100
C lass 4 ........................ .100
Conn. & P a ss. R iv . , p f.1 0 0
C o n n e c tic u t R i v e r . . . . 100
C u r re n t R i v e r ..... ........ .100
D et. H ills & So. W e s t..100
F itc h b u rg , p r e f ............ 100
M a in e C e n tr a l............ . .100
M anoh. & L a w r e n c e . 100
M ass. E le c tr ic C om p 's .100
P r e f ............................. .100
M a s s a w ip p i V a l l e y . . . . 100
M e x ic a n C e n t r a l ......... .100
N a sh u a & L o w e l l ........ 100
N o rth e rn (N e w FT.)___ 100
N o r w ic h & W o re ., p re f.1 0 0
O ld C o lo n y ..................... .100
P e r e M a r q u e t t e ............ 100
P r e f ............................ 100
P h il. W iL & B a ltim o r e ..5 0
P r o v . & W o r c e s t e r ____ 100
Q u in c y B r id g e .............. 100
R u tla n d , p r e f.............. . 100
so u th e rn C a lif. P r e f . .. 100
V e r m o n t & M a s s .......... 100
W est E n d (S t r e e t )........ 50
P r e f ................. ...........
50
W ore, N a s h & R o o h ... 100

Shares.

Shares.
3,363
11,311
499
10,677
135
407

135
499
46
407
36

STOCK

Bid.

EXCHANGE

RECORD

37

PRICES IN JUNE.
June 2.

Ask. Bid.

262*2 265
166
167
241
191
192
171
301

MONTHLY

262
165
198

200

Lowest.

June 30

Highest.

Aks. Sale Prices.

Ask Bid.
263
166
243

RANGE SINCE JAN. 1.

260
164
235

165

201

203

£aZe

259% June 14
16 > June 27
236
Ju ne 13
198% J u n e 2

183
306

Lowest.

Prices.

Sale Prices.

Ju ne 6 259%
Ju ne 12 161%
Ju ne 6 236
Ju ne 2 ’
el
17 2
June 12 297%

263
166
245
203

297% June 2< 305

Highest.

June 14
F eb. 21
Jim p. 13
Jan.
2
,Tan. 13
Jtm e 20

60
164% 162
135

166
20

10,289
1,170

21
......

21

5
7

39
45
115

165
285

42
o

11
4,107
101

144
171

10,261
1,742

2 3 4 ,»0 5
35,735

36
93

36%
95

4434
98

45
99

42*2

1,130

20,094

27%

28

26i8

27

28^

5
51
65
421

152
46
1,108
4,426
2,391

____

.....

469
4
27,458
180
112
10,779
2,699
278

552
522
448

i5 9
130

170

1 .......

June
June

170

6 152

June

i l »3 > Ju ne 27

June 18 199

J im e 18

200
160

Ju ne 7 200
June
200
Ju ne 2 16 4 % June 12 1 60
290

285
145
172

145
146
173*2

143^
17 7
172

c
«

M a y 7 202
Jan. 27
J im e 23 ' 66% Feb. 10
.1an > 3 295
Feb.
6

H)7% M ar. 17 107% M ar. 17
I 4 r % Ju ne 2- 1 4 *% June : ’ 42
J a n ^4 U 8
M ar. 11
173** June . u 1 7 3 - Ju ne 10 172
177
Jan
Jan. 10

97%

42
Ju ne 2
97 ^ Ju ne 26

99

2
«

29

26% June 12

2s

jv m e 2 ~

45% June
June

I74

33% Jan. ‘?8
92
Jan. 13

45% A p r 21
99
J im e 6

26

31

Jan. 15

L70

230

2 10
83
83

‘2 32
209
70
82

23
June
23 s
. June
208% June 2 v - 1
J im e 13
60 % June 25 70 % June 8
72
85% 82% Ju ne 3 85
Ju ne 25

208
70
84

301
12 0

20

94
113

199

June 1

200

200

119

M ar. 26
M ar. 26

199

Ju ne

94%

81

100
96
115
150

72

75

75

96% 95
113
Ho

96

95
113

85

9
14
8
28
26
26

F eb, 20 172
J ttii
$ 136

201

199

266% M a y
173% M ar.
248
A p r.
209
A p r.
A p r.
307
M ar.

30

165

199

Prices.

Jan.
Jan.
08% J une
6s M ay
79% M a y

tS<
)

'Oo
Jan
L9 «
Apr.
Ju ne 27 82
Ju ne 6
74
M ay
21
J tin.
172 Jan.
June 78 96% June 4
94
Jan
J u n e 26 117
J im e 16 j 112 5g J an.
148% F eb.

M ar.

3i

14 175
9 233
2 - 217
2< 83%
20 88

Jan
3
A p r.
3
A p r. 14
Jan.
4
Jan. 31

10
11
16
e
15

F eb.
A p r.
A pr.
Jan
Feb.
M ar.
June
M ay

302
193
125%
21
176
2 99
2 .117
11 i5 2 %

17
11
23
9
18
18
16
12

M IN IN G .
A d v e n tu r e C o n ....................
2,960
iE tn a C o n . (Q u ic k s ilv e r )..5 1
A llo u e z ............................... 25!
930
A m a lg a m a te d C o p p e r. 100 37,446
200
A m e r . G o ld D r e d g i n g ___ 5
A m . Z in c L ea d < S m e lt .25
fc
350
A n a c o n d a ,......................... 25
280
A r c a d ia n ............................ 25
2,025
A r n o l d ................................25
550
A s k B e d .............................. 25
685
A t la n t ic .............................. 25
B a ltic , A m e r. L & T . r e c . . '
B in gh a m C o n .M ln ’ g & 8.50
5,289
B o n a n za (D e v . C o ) .........10
2,360
B o sto n (Q u ic k s ilv e r )___ 10
B o sto n < C rip . C. (G o ld ) 2
fe
B r e e c e ( I r o n ) ................... 25:
25
B ritis h C o lu m b ia ( L t d . ) . . 5
141
C alu m et A H e c la ............ 2 5 1
C a ta lp a ( S i l v e r ) ............... 10
750
C e n te n n ia l......................... 25
3,322
C e n tra l................................25
C e n tra l O il. ..................... 25
143
C o ch iti ( G o l d ) .................. 10
700
F e d e r a l T r. Co. tem p . rec.
Cons. M e r c u r G o ld ............ 5
12,529
C o n tin e n ta l Z in c A L e a d . lo
525
C opper R an ge—
A m e r. L & T . re c e ip ts ...
Copp. R a n g e Con. C o .. 100 14,090
C rescen t. ..................... 10
3,125
D a ly W e s t ........................ 20
D o m in io n C o a l...............100
2,230
P r e f ............................... 100
17
Elm R i v e r .......................... 12
288
F r a n k lin ............................ 25
605
G u a n a ju a to C o n s o l........... 5
2,950
H o n e r in e ..............................2
H u m b o ld t . .............. . . 2 5
842
In le R o y a le (C o p p e r ). . . . 25
M m b Con s o l................
25
7 ,16 1
M a vfl o w e r . .............. ..
25
250
M e l o n e s . ......................

37,374
210
16,152
512,325
6,825
19,995
1,105
113,085
2,445
17,466
46,918
85,343
15,45 b
1,050

5,880
23,595
1,5^0
141,844
3,338
30,189
! 378,251

100

10,376
155,328
723
45,809
11,107
54,594
60
32,7 8 3
14 4 ,9 2 7

12,870

....1 0

N a p a Con. (Q u ic k s ilv e r )..7
N a tio n a l..............
25
N e w Id r ia (Q u ic k s ilv e r )..5
N o rth 8 ta r M i ne s---- ------10
O ld C o l o n y . . . . ................ 25
O l d 1 ) orn i riioTi (C o p p e r ). 2 5
O s c e o la .................... . . . . . . 2 5
P a r r o t t (Hi! v c r & C o p p e n lO
Ph ren 1 Con s o l..........
x
25
Q u in c y ................... ..* ..2 5
R h o d e I n l a n d ..................... . . 2 5
S a n t a F e ( C o l d A C o p . ) 10
H a rd a Y s a b O l ( O o ) d ) ....... . 5
S h a n n o n . . . ....................... 1 0
H h a w i n u t O i l . . .............2 5
S o u t h H i d e ......................... . . 2 5 ;
T mm.a r m k . . . . — . . .
. .. 25
F e c t i t t m e h ............... ..................2 5
T en n esse e ..
,.,25
T r i m o u n t a i n ...................
25
T r i n i t y .......................................2 5
0 . 8, v o t i n g t r u s t o i f s . . . 2 5
U n i t e d S t a t e s O i l . ............. 2 5
U t a h <;o n . ( C o l d ) t r . r O - 4 H 5
V i c t o r ( G o l d ) . . . . ................ 5
v i c t o r i a . .................................... 2 5
W a s h i n g t o n ............................ 2 5
W i n o n a ......................................2 5
W o l v e r i n e . , . . ....... .................. 2 5
W y a n d o t ........... .. . . . . ___2 5

t JEx-ri(tht«.

645

6,101

100

12 ,2 0 5

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3 1,8 9 1
6 8 ,7 7 9
9 ,14 6
2 8 2 ,3 3 5

5 ,7 5 9
2 ,4 3 2
582
400
149
1,5 5 0
5 ,15 0

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30*2
4
50c.
27

\ 38

23*2
75o.

1

3*2
70
2%

12

31
5

1
25c
28
39
24

1
3

24
22% June 2*
24% 23
4 tc
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21316 June 1
33q
3
3*4
69
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3
3
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J u n e 25
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27
28*2 29% 26
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50o. 80c. 80c. Ju ne 2
1
25 c.
25c.
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June 25
32
28% 30

23*2

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8 ,8 0 4
4 0 ,7 *2
7 1,5 2 8
10 ,8 9 5
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2.460

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570
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32*2
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3%

156

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5 C0
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31
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8

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June
June
June
J im e
June

18
Jan
50c. M ar.
7
2 *o J a n
61% M ar.
2
2 F eb.
2
9% M ar
26% June
7
4
3% Jan.
50c. M a y
5

32

Ju ne

5

36% Ju ne 3
7f c. June 25

8

5

30c. June 9
1 78 June •0
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56%

21*2

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22
34
20%
70 c
2

Jan.
Jan
Jan.
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J an.

Ju ne 12 § 9 s> J u n e l '
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10c A p r.
Ju ne 5 10c. June 5
June . 4 20
Ju ne 4 ) 11 J a n

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54% 52 % Ju ne
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112% 114*. L14 % June
116
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1
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172,965

M ereed (G o ld )....... ..........15
M i c h i g a n . .................................. 2 5
M o h a w k .................................. . 2 5
M o n ta n a C oal A C o k e . .. 25
M o n t r e a l A B o s t o n . ..........5

20*2

11 % .Time

42 %
3 7S
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4
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2 June 9

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5

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4
June 6

7
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25c.
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2

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A p r.
A p r.
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Jan.

52
Jan
4 3% M ar.
59
June 2
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39% A p r.
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142
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1 % Jan.
3
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c % Fob.
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40c. M a y
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16 62
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20
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4

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8
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Feb. 18
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Q

en eral

u o t a t io n s

----O F —

BONDS

AND

STOCKS.

1. I n t h e f o l l o w i n g t w e n t y - s e v e n p a g e s o f t a b le s q u o t a t io n s a r e g i v e n f o r a l l s e c u r it ie s lis t e d o n a n y S t o c k E x c h a n g e i n t h e
U n i t e d S ta t e s ; a ls o f o r a l l l e a d i n g u n lis t e d a n d i n a c t i v e s e c u r it ie s f o r w h i c h w e h a v e b e e n a b le t o o b t a i n r e l i a b l e p r ic e s .
2. Q u o t a t io n s f r o m

a ll

S to c k

E xchanges

a r e as

n e a r a s p o s s ib le

fo r th e

last day oj June.

Of

co u rse

th e

cou pon

i f t h e r e b e o n e , m a t u r i n g b e t w e e n t h e d a t e o f q u o t a t i o n a n d t h e d a t e o f t h is p u b l i c a t i o n , is n o t d e d u c t e d f r o m t h e p r io e .
3. B o n d p r ic e s m a r k e d t h u s ( § ) i n d i c a t e t h a t t h e p u r c h a s e r m u s t p a y a c c r u e d i n t e r e s t
T h e m e t h o d o f q u o t i n g o n t h e N e w Y o r k S t o c k E x c h a n g e is t o

in addition to the price given

q u o t e t h e p r ic e s f l a t ( t h a t is t o i n c l u d e t h e a c c r u e d i n t e r e s t

i n t h e p r i c e ) , a n d h e n c e in t h e t a b l e s b e l o w n o m a r l is n o w a f f ix e d w h e r e t h i s m e t h o d o f q u o t i n g is f o l l o w e d ,
4. S t o c k p r ic e s m a r k e d t h u s ( f ) a r e p e r s h a r e .
5. I t s h o u ld b e b o r n e in m in d in t h e

A l l o t h e r s a r e p e r c e n t e x c e p t b a n k s t o c k p r ic e s .

u se o f th e s e t a b le s t h a t t h e q u o t a t io n s f o r m a n y i n a c t i v e a n d u n lis t e d s e c u r it ie s a r e

m e r e l y n o m in a l, b u t in a l l c a s e s t h e fig u r e s a r e o b t a in e d f r o m s o u r c e s w h i c h a r e c o n s id e r e d r e l i a b l e .
6. T h e f o l l o w i n g a b b r e v i a t i o n s a r e o f t e n u s e d , v i z . ; “ M . , ” f o r m o r t g a g e ; “ g . , ” f o r g o l d ;

“ g ’ d .,” f o r g u a r a n t e e d ; “ e n d . , ”

f o r e n d o r s e d ; “ c o n s .,” f o r c o n s o lid a t e d ; “ c o n v . , ” f o r c o n v e r t i b l e ; “ s. f . , ” f o r s i n k i n g f u n d ; “ 1. g . , ” f o r la n d

g r a n t : “ o p .”

f o r o p t io n a l
7. T h e b l a c k - f a c e d

t y p e i n t h e l e t t e r s s h o w i n g t h e i n t e r e s t p e r io d s in d ic a t e s in e a c h c a s e t h e

month w h e n t h e b o n d s

m a tu re.
6 ^ “ W e n o l o n g e r a f f i x a m a r k t o p r ic e s q u o t e d fla t , b u t o n l y t o t h o s e w h i c h r e q u i r e p a y m e n t
a d d it io n t o t h e p r ic e .

B on d s.

Bid.

A sk.

B on d s,

B a ltim o re & O h io— (Oon.l
st M . 4s, g., J u ly 1 ,1 9 4 8 ..A & O
P itts .J c .A M .div.3k>s,g.’25.M & N
Bonds o f companies consol’d are
So’w ’t d iv . ls t g., 3*28. 1925. J&J
often under the consolidated name, i
P . L E .& W . re f. g. 4 s ,’41 ..M & N
A la b a m a C e n t.—See South’n B y .
W . V . & P 1st 4 s,g ,, 1 9 9 0 ...A & O
A la b a m a G re a t Southern—
P itts b u rg J u n c tio n —
1st, 6s, 1908............................ J&J m i
115
1st g., 6s, J u ly 1, 1 9 2 2 ___J&J
104
D e b e n tu re 6s, g o ld , 1906-. .F & A 2101
2d g., 5s, J u ly 1, 1922...... J&J
105
G e n era l m o rtg a g e 5s, 1927. J& D L
108
P itts . Jet, T erm .—5s, 1907.A & O
A la b a m a M id la n d —S ee S. F . & W
M onon. R iv . 1st g 5s,1919..F & A
A la . N . O. T. & P. June.—
Schuyl. R E .S .1st, g., 5s,’ 35. J& D
“ A ” deb .,5 s, g.,1910-1940..M & N a n
113
S ta ten Is l. R a p id T ra n s it—
" B ” d e m ,g .,5 s , 1910-1940.M & N l 98*s 100*2
I s t g . 6s, Jan. 1, 1 9 1 3 ... A & O
86
“ C ” deb., g . ,5 s ,N o v .l,1 9 4 0 .A & O l 82
C. O. R eo r. l e t ch g. 4% s’30.M&S
A la b a m a & V ick sb u rg—
B a ltim o re & P o to m a c —
uon. g., 5s, 1921................. .A & O 104
1st, 6s, g., gu., 1911............. A& O
2d, consol, g., 5s, 1921........ A & O 100
1st tu n u el 6 s.g.. gu., 1911.-J&J
V ick s. & M e r .,ls t, g.,6s,’21. A& O 113
B an gor & A ro o s to o k —
A lb a n y & Susq.—See D el. & H u d.
1 st m ort., 5s, g., Jan. 1 , 1943.J&J
A lle g h e n y V a lle y —See Pen n . R R .
2d, 5s, g., J u ly 1 ,1 9 4 5 .......... J&J
A lle g . & W est.—See Buff. R. & P.
P is c a t.D lv . g,5s,Jan .,1943.A & O
A lle n to w n T erm . 4 s ,g .,1 9 1 9 ..J&J 103*2 ........
V a n B u r.E x.5 s, g., J a n .,’43.A & O
A lt o n B rid g e —See St. C. M. & St. L.
A r o o s t’k N o r.—5s, g., 1947. A & O
A n n A r b o r R y .—
Cons, r e f ’ d’g g. 4s, 1 9 5 1 ___ J&J
1st, g., 4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 9 5 .........Q.-J . . . . . . 100
B a ttle C reek & Stur.—See. M ich . C.
A s h e v ille & S p a rta n b u rg—S. U. &
B e lla ire Z a n esville & Cin.—
85
C o l.,1st m., g., gu., 4s, 1995.J&J
P r io r lien 6s, J u ly 1 ,1 8 9 9 ..J& J
76
A tch . & F.ast’n B r.—4s, 1 9 2 8 ..J&J
1st m ort., 4s, 1940................ J&J
A to ll. & N eb ra sk a —See C. B. & Q.
B ell. & Caron.—See 111. C en tra l
A tc h is o n T o p ek a & S a n ta F e —
B e ll’s G a p —See Pa. & N o r tk w ’ern.
Gen. m o rt., gold, 4s. 199 5 .. A & O 103*8 1033s B e llv id e re D e l.—
93% 94 *4
A d ju s tm e n t 4s. J u ly 1,’9 5 ..N ov.
Cons., 4s, Feb. 1 ,1 9 2 7 ........ F & A
S ta m p ed ..............................M &N
91*2 92
B en n in gton & R u tla n d —See R u t’d
D eb. 4s, Feb. 1, 1903,to ’ 14. F & A b........
B oston & A lb a n y —4s. 1913 ..A & O
983e
S e iie s B, 1 9 0 4 ................... F & A
R e f d ’g3*2S, gu. N. Y .C .’5 2 .A & 0
__. Bos. Clin. F . & N. B .—See O ld Col.
92
S eries L , 1914 . . ____ F & A
Chic. & St. L ., 1st, 6s, 1915.M & S 117
Bos. Cone. & M .—See Con. & M ont.
H u tch & So. 1st g., 5s,1928.J&J §100
B oston & L o w e ll—
San. F r. & San Joaqu in V a lle y —
4*58, M a y 1 .1 9 0 3 ................. M & N
1st g. 5s, Oct. 1, 1940.......A & O 12 2
123 ! 4s, June, 1907 ......................J&D
A t l. & Char.—See Southern R y .
4s, M arch, 1915 ................... M&S
A tla n . K n o x . & N o r .—
4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 6 .......................J&J
1st g. 5s D ec. 1, 1946..........J& D 112*2
4s, Oct. 1, 1918 .................... A & O
A tla n ta & W . P t .—D eb. 6s,opt. J&J 106
4s, A p r il, 1932....................... A& O
A tla n tic & D an .—See South’n R R .
3*ss, J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 9 ................. J&J
A tla n tic & Y a d .—See South’n R R .
B oston & M a in e—
A t la n t ic C ity R R .—
4*28, g., Jan. 1 ,1 9 4 4 .......... J & J
5s, g., gu a r’d, 1919..............M & N 113
4s, Im p ro v e m e n t, 1905....... F & A
A la n tio C oast Co. o f Conn.—
4s, Feb. 1 ,1 9 0 7 ..................F & A
Certs. In d eb t., 5s, irred ee m .J & D 118
119
4s, Feb. 1 ,1 9 3 7 ..................F & A
99
C e rts .o f In d eb t.,4 s,o p t 1920J&J
4s, A u g. 1, 1942................. F & A
99*2
A tla n tic C oast L in e R R —
3*28, N o v . 1, 1921..............M & N
98
Certs, o f In d eb t., 48........... J&J
99
E a stern M ass., 6s. g., 1906.M&S
120
P e te rs b ’g —C lassA,5s,g,’ 26J &J 119
P o rt. & Roeli. 4s. O ct.,1907.A & O
Class B , 6s, g., 1926___ A & O 129
P o rts .G t.F .& C o n ., 4*23,’37.J & D
R ich . & P eters. 6s, 1 9 1 5 .M & N 119*4 120
B os.& N . Y . A . L .-S eeN . Y . N .H .& H.
Consol. 7s, 1915 .......... M & N 130
Boston & P r o v .—4s, 1918.......J&J
Consol. 4 *28, g., 1 9 4 0 ...A & O 1 1 0
Boston R e v . B. & L . 4 *28, ’ 27J&J .
120
123
N o r. &. Car. 5s, 1939.......A & O
Bost. W in. & Shore 5s, 1906..M &S
W11.& W ei. gen. g. 5s,1935. J&J 121*2 123% Bruns. & W .—See S av. F la . W .
Gen. m ort. g. 4s, 1 9 3 5 ..J&J 104*8
Bruns. & C h illi.—See W abash.
A tla n tic Coast L in e o f S. C.—
Buff. & E r ie —See L . Sb. & M . So.
N o rth e a s t o f S. C., consol.
Buff. N . Y . & E r ie —See E rie.
gold , 6s, 193 3 ...............J& J 130
B u ffalo R o ch ester & P it t s b u r g W Il.C o l.& A u g.6s, 1 91 0.J& D 113
114*4
G en era l 5s, g., 1937........... .M & S
G en .1st g. 4s, J u ly ,1948.J&J 103*2 104*2
D eb. 5s, Jan. 1, 1 9 4 7 ........... J&J
A t la n t ic Tenn. & O.—See So’n R y.
A l. & W est. 4s, g., g ’ d,1998. .A & O
A tla n tic V a ld o s ta & W estern —
R och. & P ., 1st, g., 6s, 1921.F & A
1st g. 5s, M a rch 1, 1 9 3 9 .... M&S
Consol., 1st, g., 6s, 1922.. J& D
A u gu sta South—See Southern Ry.
C le a r .& M . ls t,5 s ,g .,g u .,’43.J&J
A u s tin & N o rth w ’n —See So. Pao.
Buffalo & S ou th w est—See E rie.
B a lt.& A n n .S b .L . 1st g .5 s ’23. J & D
B u ffalo & Susquehauna—
B a lt. Cbes. & A tla n .—See Pa. R K .
1 s t,5s, g ..s .f., 1902 to 1913. A & O
B a lt. & Onmb. V a lie v —
R e fu n d in g 4s, A p r. 1 ,1 951.. J& J
R y . 1st M. 6s, J u ly, 1 9 2 9 ....J&J 106
B url. C edar R a p id s & N o rth e rn —
E x . 1st M ., 6s, J u ly, 1 9 3 1 ... J&J 130
1st, 5s, June 1, 1906..........J& D
B a lt. & H a rrisb .—See W e s t M a ry.
Cons. ls t & o o i. tr.,5 s,g.,’3 4 .A & 0
B a ltim o re & O h io—
Ced. R ap. Ia . F . & N . W .—
C on v.deb.,g..48,1911, sub. certfs. 106*2]107*s
5s, gold , gu ar, 1 9 2 1 ........ A & O
P r io r lie n , 3*28, g., 1925.......,T&J
97 | 97% IP u rl. & M o. (Neb.* —See O R & O.
R A IL R O A D

o f a c c ru e d in te r e s t

in

D e s i g n a t i n g m a r k i n t h i s in s t a n c e is ( § ) .

BONDS.

&Purchaser also pays aoorued Interest, b Basis. 1 In London.

1Sale price.

Bid.

A sk.

Bonda,

C a lifo rn ia P a c ifio — See So. Pac.
C am bria & C le arfield —
1st, 5s, g., 1941.......... .......... J&J
00 %
91% 91*2 C anada Southern—
97 *2 98
1st, 5s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 0 8 ............. J &J
99
2d m ort., 5s, M ar. 1, 1 9 1 3 ..M &S
§ ......
Canadian P a c ific —
L a n d gra n t, 1st, 5s, g..1931. A & O
125
102
1st M ., deb. £ , g., 5s, i9 1 5 . J&J
10434
L a n d g ra n tg u ., 3*2S,g.,1938.J&J
110
Cons, deben. 4s, p erp etu a l..J & J
O u t.& Q u e.,d eb .gu .5 e.p erp .J & D
111
N e w B ru n e w .,ls t, g.,5s, ’ 34 F & A
119
Cons. deb. 4 s ,p e rp e tu a l...J & J
__ Carb. & Shaw.—See 111, Central.
109
C arth age & A d iro n .-S e e N .Y . Cent.
120
C arolin a C e n tra l—S eeSeab. A i r L.
Cataw iasa— 1st 6 r, 1902.........F<fe A
Consol, g 4s, 194 8.............. A & O
C . R. la . F . & N .—See B.C. R. & N.
120
C. R. & M o. R i v —See Chic. N . W.
C en tral B ran ch R y .—See M o. Pao.
120
117% C entral Branch U n io n P a c iflo —
1st g.4 s, 1 9 4 8 ..,............... J& D
C en tral o f G eorgia—
95
10234 103

Bid.

A sk.

101
1 0 6 7s 10 7* 4

109*2 110*4
(114
(104
(113
(139
(119
(112

116
106
115
142
121
115

100*2
110

92*2 95

108*4
1st M ., g. 5s, N o v . 1 ,1 9 4 5 ..F & A 122
75
Cons. g. 5s, 194 5 .................. M & N 108 109
4
M o b ile D iv .g . 5s, 1 9 4 6 .......... J&J 112 114*2
M acon & N o r. g. 5s, 194 6___ J &J 109
M id. Ga. & A t l., 1st 5s. 1 94 7.J &.T HOSg
O conee D iv . ls t g. 5s, 1945.J & D §106
E a to n to n B r. 5s. g., 1 9 2 6 ...J& D 106
110
83
1st in. (up to 5 ), N o v ., 1 94 5.Oct. 82
36
§106
2d in. (up to 5), N o v ., 1 9 4 5 .Oct.
36*2
22
23
3d in. (up to 5). N o v , 194 5-Oct.
5...... 108
C h attah ooch ee & G u lf R R .—
102
1st, g., 5s, J u ly 1, 1930___ J&J v - - --- 903g 92
Chat. D iv . g. 4s, 1951______ J * D
Chat. R .& Soutb. g. 5s, 1947.J&J §107
cooq
O cean S8. Co., g., gtd.5s,’ 20.J&J 105
^102*2
C en tral N e w E n g la n d —
>106
1st g., 5s, Feb. 1, 191 9........F & A 100
,106*2
45
Gen. lno. g. 5s, Feb. 1,1949, Oct. 1 30
,107*2
75
D utchess Co. 4*28, g., 1940. ..J & D
113*2
C en tra l o f N e w J e rs e y —
lio iq
Consol, m o rt., 7s, 1902....... M & N 101%
126%
G en. m o rt., g., 5s, 198 7 .........J&J 1 3 9
1 3 J 78
102*4
.... mm m
Leb. & W. m ort. 5s. 1 9 1 2 ..M & N
E xt. 4 *28, Ju ne 1, 1 9 1 0 ___ O-M 102%
1143s
A m .D .& Im p .C o.,g td .,5 s,’21.J&J 1 1 5 * s
1 1 5 7g
N. Y .& L. Br., Gen.g.48, ’41.M&S 112
103%
Gen., g., 5s, 1941............. M&S 127
110*4
C entral P a c ifio —See So. Pacific.
125*8
C en tral V erm on t.—
90
1st g. 4s., M a y 1 ,1 9 2 0 ........ Q .-F § 89
§108
Charles. & S av. — S e e S a v Fla. & W.
§112
C harleston & W estern C a rolin a —
§106
1st g. 5s, Oct. 1. 1946........ A & O 114
C h a rlo tte C o l.& A u g . — See South’ n
. . . . . .
C u a r t ie r s - ls t 3%s, 1931...... A & O 100
Jhateau gay R y .—See D e l.& Hud.
Chesapeake & O h io—
Series A , g., 6s,J u ly 1,1908 A & O 112 114
117
120
1st M o rtg.g., 6s, Jan. 1,1911. A & O 114 117
100
Term ., 1st, g., 6s, 1 9 2 2 .......J& D 115
103 %
1st con., g., 5s, 1939 .......... M & N 119*2 121
. . . .
ISO
§.... 1273s G en eral 4 *28, go ld , 1992___ M &S 108 108*2
R .& A . D i v . l s t con.,g.,4s,’89.J &J 105 1055s
129
2d con., g., 4s, 1989.......... J& J
99 101
C ra ig V a lley, 1st, 5s, g . , ’ 40. J&J 1 1 6 %
W a r m S p .V a l.,le t 5s, g .,’4 1 .M &S 108
86
E le v a to r Co., g. 4s, 1938___ A & O
102 104
G r ’ nb’rR y .,l8 f.g .,g d .4 s ,’ 40.M & N
97*2
§ .... , 104% ! Chicago & A lto n R y .—
1st hen g. 3*28, 1 9 5 0 .............J&J
85*4 85%
125 j
R R . r e f’d’ g g. 3s, 194 9........A& O
85
85*2
R R . sink, fu n d 6s, g., 1903..M & N 102
117*4
Miss R. Rdee. 6 s . V . . 1912. A&O

J

u ly

R AILRO A D BONDS

, 1902. J
Bonds*

B id.

A sk .

B onds,

C h ic . S t. P . M in n . & O .— ( C o n .)—
G h ioago B u r lin g to n & Q u in c y —
S t. P . S t i l l w a t e r & T a y l ’s F a l l s —
C on sol, (n o w 1st) 7s, 1 9 0 3 .. J& J 106*8 106*2
1 s t m o r t . 7 s , 1 9 0 8 ...................J & J
5s, d eb en tu re , 1 9 1 3 ............. M & N § ........ 1 0 8 %
S t. P . & S x . C . 1 s t g. 6 s, 1 9 1 9 . A & O
5s, co n y , deb., 1 9 0 3 ...............M & S
H u d . & R i v . F . , 1 s t M . 8s, ’08. J & J
Illin o is D iv ., 3*28, 1 9 4 9 ....... J&J 102*4
S a u lt Ste. M. & S o u th w e s t I o w a D iv ., s. f., 5s, 191 9— A & O 114% 117*4
1 s t m o r t , , 5 s , 1 9 1 5 .................M & N
s. f. 4s, 1 9 1 9 ....................... A & O 104*4
102*2 C h i c . T e r m . T r a n s , g . 4 s , 1 9 4 7 . J & J
D e n y E x t . , c o l.tr . 4s, 1922. F & A 102
C h i c . G . W . 5 s g . 1 9 3 6 ............. J & D
B.W .d iy ., skg. fd . 4 e,1 9 2 1 ... M&H 100
C h ic. & T o m a h .— S ee C h ic. & N or.
Chic. & la ., col. tr. 5s, 1 9 0 5 ,F & A
109% C h i c a g o & W e s t e r n I n d i a n a . —
N e b ra s k a E x t ., 4s, 192 7— M & N 109
G e n . g. 6 s , D e c . 1 , 1 9 3 2 ___Q - M
A tc b . & N e b ., 1st, 7s, 1 9 0 8 .M&H §119
1 s t g . 6 s , s . f . , 1 9 1 9 .................. M & N
B u rl. & M o. (N e b .) ls t,6 s / 1 8 .J & J §120
C h ic. & W e s t M ic h .— S e e P e rn M a r
C on sol. 6s, n on -ex ., 1 9 1 8 .-J& J ^105*i
101
C hoc. C k. & G u l f 4s (N e b .), 1 9 1 0 .................... J&J
G en.
5s, O ct. 1 , 1 9 1 9
J&J
H a n . & S t. J o., 1st 6s, 1 9 1 1 -M & S 118%
C o n s o L g . 5 s , 1 9 5 2 .............. M & N
L in c o ln & N . W ., 7s, 1 9 1 0 ... J& J J122
C h o c ta w & M em p h is—
B ep u b . Y a l., 1st, 6s, 1919 ..J & J §107*2
1 s t , g., 5 s , J a n . 1 , 1 9 4 9 — J & J
G r. N o r. & N or. P ac. C oll. 4 s ,—
C in . D a y t o n & I r o n t o n 8ee G r e a t N o rth e rn .
1 s t , g . g d . 5 s , 1 9 4 1 ..................... M & N
C h io a g o & E a s te r n Illin o is —
112
C in cin n a ti H a m ilto n & D a y to n —
1st m o rt., 6s, 1907, sink. fd . J& D 9
140**
C o n s o l , s. f . , 7 8 , 1 9 0 5 .............. A & O
1st, con sol. 6s, g o ld , 1 9 3 4 ..A & O
125
C o n s o l , s. f . , 6 s , 1 9 0 5 .............. A & O
G en . con sol. 1st, 5s, 1 9 3 7 ..M & N § . . .
12 0
C o n s o l , s f . 5 s , 1 9 0 5 .................A & O
D a n y . & G. C’ k, 1st M . 6s,’ 20 M & N
G e n e r a l 5 s , g o l d , 1 9 4 2 ........... J & D
C h . & I . C. B y .—1st 5s, 1 9 3 6 .J& J 125
115
E v . T .H .& Chic. in c.6s/2 0. M & N
2 d m o rt., g o ld , 4 % s , 1 9 3 7 . . . J & J
d T r ’k W est
D a y . & M i c h . , 1 s t 5 s g/d 1 9 1 1 . J & J
C h ica go & G ra n d T ru n k —S ee G ran
C in . H a m ilto n & I n d ia n a p o lis —
Chic. G t. W ’n.— S ee Chi. T e r . T r .
1 s t 7 s g ’ d , 1 9 0 3 ............................. J & J
Chic. H a m m o n d & W e s t—
G e n . g . 5 s , 1 9 4 3 ........................... J & D
1st, g ., 68, Jan. 1 ,1 9 2 7 .........J& J
C hic. & I.C . B y .— S ee C h lc.& E.I11.
C . I. S t. L . & C .— S e e C . C C. & S t. L.
C i n . L a f . & C h i . — S e e C . C . O. & S t. L .
C h ica go In d ia n a & E a s te rn R v .—
104*2 C i n c i n n a t i L e b a n o n & N o r t h e r n —
1st, g.y5s, M a y 1 , 1 9 4 2 ____ M & N
1 s t , 5 s , 1 9 1 6 .................................... J & J
Chic. ln d . & L o u is v ille —
C in c in n a ti R ich . & F . W .—
B e f ’ d ’ g m t g ., g. 6s., 1 9 4 7 ....J & J 131*2
117
R e P d ’ g m eg., g., 5s, 1 9 4 7 .... J&J
1 s t , 7 s , g.y 1 9 2 1 ............................ J & D
L . N . A . & C., 1st 6s, 1 9 1 0 ...J&J 114*2
C in n . R ic h . & M u n c ie C. & I . D iy ., g., 6s, 1 9 1 1 .. .. F & A 112
1 s t g. 5s. 19 5 0 , opt. 1 9 1 0 ... A & O
C in . S a n . & C l e v . — S e e C . C . C . & S t . L.
C h ic a g o M ilw a u k e e & St. P a u l—
G en ., g.y 48, A ., M a y 1 , 1989.J& J 116*8 117
C le a r li’d & Je ff— S e e P a . & N o r . W .
G en., g. 3**s, B ,M a y 1, 1989.J & J 104*2
C le a r f. & M ah o n in g — See B . R .& P.
Chic. & M .c o n s o l.7 s , 1 9 0 5 ..J& J
C le v e la n d A k r o n & C oiu m b u & —
F a r g o & So., g.6s,ass’ d,1924. J &J 136*2
G e n . g o l d 5 s , 1 9 2 7 ..................... M & S
133%
D u b u q u e D iv ., 1st, 6s, 1920.J& J $1 s t c o n s . g . 4 s , 1 9 4 0 ..............F & A
S ou th w . D iy ., 1 s t ,6s, 1 9 0 9 ..J& J 116*4 . . . . . . C l e v e . C i n . C h i c . & S t . L o u i s . . . . .
D a k .& G t . S o .,ls t g .5 8 ,1 9 1 6 .J& J 116
G e n e r a l 4 s , g o l d , 1 9 9 3 ........... J & D
L a . & D .D iy . , 1st, 5s, 1 9 1 9 ..J& J 5-.............. 118%
_
C a ir o D iv ., 1 s t g. 4 s, 1 9 3 9 _ J & J
117*2
S t .L .D iv .,1 s t ,c o l.tr .g ,4 s / 9 0 M & N
So. M in n ., 1st, 6e, 1 9 1 0 .......J& J
125%
W h ite W . v . D iv ..lst,4 s,g / 4 0 . J & J
H . & D a k . E x t ., 1st, 7s, '1 0 . J& J 124
C. W .& M . D iv .,1s t, 4 s ,g ./ 9 1 .J & J
1 st M . 5s, 1 9 1 0 ....................J& J 110*8 111*2
S p r.& C o l.D iv .,4 s ,ls t,g ./ 4 0 .M & S
C hic. & P a c . D iv ., 6s, 1 9 1 0 ..J& J 117*2
121-S
W e s t’ n D iv ., g o ld 5s, 1921.J&J 121
C i n . S a n . & C l e v . c o n . g . 5 s , ’ 2 8 .J & J
124*2
Ch. & M o. R iv ., 1st 5s, 1926.J& J
ln d . & S t.L .,ls t7 s , 19 19 , A
J&J
M in e r a l P t . D iv ., 5s, 1 9 1 0 ... J& J ......... 110%
1 s t 7 8 , J u l y , 1 9 1 9 fs e r i e s B . M & S
1 s t 7s, J u ly .1 9 1 9 , se ries C .M & N
C h io .& L . S u p .D iv .,g .,58,’ 21. J& J 120%
C .I .S .L .& C .ls t,4 8 .g .,A u ,’3 6 Q -F
Wia. & M in n . D iv ., g. 58/21. J& J 120% ____ - . .
W isco n sin V a lle y Div.—
C o n . 8 . f . 6 s , 1 9 2 0 , d r . ft 1 0 5 . M & N
l e t , 6 8 ,1 9 2 0 .......................... J& J 5131
P e o ria & E a s t, co n s.,4 s/4 0 . A & C
2d cons, in co m e 4s, 1990. A p r. 1
1st, 7s, 1 9 0 9 ........................ .J& J §120*6
11434 1163s I d . B I m . & W . e x t . 4 s , 1 9 4 0 . A & O
T e r m in a l 5s, go ld , 1 9 1 4 ....... J& J
115*4 1100*
M ilw .& N o ., 1st 6s, 1 9 1 0 ___ J & D
O. I n d . & W .,g .5 s , A p r . , 1 9 3 8 . Q -J
1st consol. 6s, 191 3.......... J & D 120% 121*4
C le v . C ol. C in . & I n d ia n a p o lis —
C on sol, m o rt., 7s, 1 9 1 4 . . .J & D
Ch. Ju. R y s .& S t’ k Y ’ ds— S eeM isc el.
Ch. & N o .M .—S e e P e r e M a rq u e tte .
C o n s . s i n k ' g f ’n d 7s, 1 9 1 4 . J & D
C h ic a g o & N o rth W e s t e r n G e n . c o n ., g., 6 s, 1 9 3 4 . . . J & J
108
C le v e la n d L o ra in & W h e e lin g G e n e ra l 3*28, g., 1 9 8 7 .........M & N
136*2
Con. 8. f. 7s, F e b . 1, 1915___ Q -F
C o n . g . 5 s . 1 9 3 3 ........................... A & O
Gen. v v i / •, 6 •» 7e, x v ' v a .. . . . . . . J & D 1 0 1 3 s
con., g., # 0 , 1902.......... v m. w
*E q u ip m e n t n ote 5s, 1 9 0 2 ... J& J
8 in k in g fu n d 6 s, 192 9 .......... A & O : 115
117*2 C l e v . <£ M a h . Y a l . —
5s, 1 9 2 9 ................................A & O 108
C o n . 5 s , g.f 1 9 3 8 ........................... J & J
S in k. Id . d eb en . 5s, 1933.. M & N ....... 1238* C l e v . & M a r i e t t a — S e e P e n n . R R .
2 5 -year deb. 5a, 1 9 0 9 .......... M & N 107*
C le v e la n d & P itts .— See P en n. Co.
C le v e la n d T erm . & V a lle y —
8 0 -y ea r deb. 5s, 1 9 2 1 ....A & O 15 115* 116
E x tern bonds, 4s, 1 9 2 6 ..F & A 15 1 0 6 A
1 s t , 4 s , g.y 1 9 9 5 ........................... M & N
103
B o y e r V a l . , l s t g , 3*^8,192 3.J& D 10 1
C o a h u ila & P a c ific ­
103
M in n .& I o w a , 1st,g.,3*as/2 4.J& D l O i
i s t g . 5 s , F e b . 1 , 1 9 3 0 ...........F & A
D es M. & M ln n .,ls t,7 s ,1 9 0 7 .F & A 1 116
C o lo ra d o M id la n d —
C. M .& N .W .,ls t M .,6 s ,1905.M & N 110
1 s t g . 3 - 4 s, 1 9 4 7 ........................... J & J
W in o n a & 8 t. P .,2 d ,7 s,1 9 0 7 .M & N 116*
1 s t , 4 s , g.y 1 9 4 7 .............................. J & J
l e t e x te n ., 7s, g o ld , 1 9 1 6 .J & D 142°
C o lo ra d o & S o u t h e r n M il. & M ad., le t , 6 s, 1 9 0 5 ...M&S|
l e t g . 4 s , F e b . 1 . 1 9 2 9 .............F & A
O tt. C. F . & St. P ., 58, 1909 M &S
C o lu m b ia & G r.— See S o u th ern R y.
N o rth . 111., 1st, 5s, 19 1 0 .... M &S
C o lu m b u s H o ck in g V a lle y & T .—
M a d iso n e x t .,ls t g ,7 s , 1911.A & O
S ee H o ck in g V a lle y R y ,—
M a rs b h e ia e x t., I M . 5 s / 2 2 .A & 0
C ol. & In d . C e n .— S e c P e n n . R R .
M e n o m in ee e x t., l f t t g . 7 s / ll. J & D
C o lu m b u s S a n d u sk y & H o c k in g —
M e n o m in e e E iv .. 1st, 7s,’ 06.J&J
1 s t m o rt., 5 s, O ct. 1, 19 0 0 . A & O
N o ' w e s L U m , 7s,g., J ’ n e l/ 17M&H
G e n . m o r t . , 2 *8 -4 s , g . , 1 9 4 6 . J & J
Ohio. & T am ah, 1 st, 6 s, 1905, M & N
Z a n e s v . T e r ., 1 s t , g. ,5 s,1 9 4 0 . J &J
D ak. C ent,, 1st 0. 6 s, 1 9 0 7 ..M & S
C ol. T e r & T r . C o . - 5 s , 1 9 4 3 .M & S
P rin . & N o r ’ w , 3 R b, 1 9 2 6 ..J&J
103 H C o l . C o n n e c t . & T e r . — S e e N o r f . & W
;
103 hs C o n c o r d & M o n t r e a l P e o r ia & N o r ’ w ,, 8*2 0 /2 8 .. M & 8
S io u x C ity & P a c., 3 *20/ 8 6 .F & A
C o n e . 4 e , J u n e 1 , 1 9 2 0 ......... J & D
104*4
CedarR. & M., 1 s t,7s, 1916. M&N
139
D e b . 4e, J u n e 1, 1 9 2 0 — . . . J & D
124*2
1st m o rt., 7s, 1 9 0 9 ....... .. J & D
Deb.
J u n e 1. 1 9 2 0 .. . .. J & D

Frern. Elk. & Mo. V,, 08/3 3 .A&O
'0 n e t a m p e r l . . . . . . . ......... . . . . . . .

Milwaukee Lake Shore & W’n Con. 1st 6s, gold, 1921 .. M&N
Mich. Div., 1st g. 08, 1924 .J&J
Ashland Div., 1st g,08/25 M&r
Conv. deb. g, 50, 1007 .,,. F&A

141*g

437”
1 3 3 % 135
138%
1 3 8 ‘*2
105 %
127

D x t . & i r n p..n, t.,g., 5 b , 1 9 2 9 . F & .A
lo 7 * *
I n c o m e s , m } 1 9 1 3 ___ . . M & N
a t . P & E . O r . T r J s t 0 e , g / 1 3 . J M 9C h ic a g o P e o n a & S t.
P r i o r l i e n , g . , 4 **r , 1 9 3 0 _ M & H 5 1 0 6
_
103
C o n s , m t g . , g ., 50, 1 9 3 0 . . . . . J & J
I n c o m e 5 s J u l y 1 , 1 9 3 0 .......... ..
32
i A t o h . & M a d . i n c. 5 s , J u i y 1 , 1 0 3 6
35
C h ic a g o H ock isla n d & P a c ific —
R e f u n d i n g g, i s , 1 9 8 8 . . . . . . J & . )
11 1%
U rt M . 6 h, 1 9 1 7 , . . . . . . . . J & J
130 V
< o ! L tr . g . 4>*. Hi t A . 1 9 0 3 . M & N
99 T
do.
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9Dh
D osM .
F t , i>., 1 sr i s . 1.905 J & .
99%
1st. In c . 2*5!s , 1 9 0 5 . . . . . . J & J
92%
Extern 4s. 1905
. „ J& .
98%
K m , & D e e ft!. 1 * t 5 s , 1.923 . A & 0 1 0 9
C om .rtf. a t . U
t o *A l c h . i o p V H F*
U h l e . Ht. 1. & N . O . Hn* III. C e n t r a l
C h i c . H I I., & P i l l s ,
m i - Peon. Co
C h i c . Ht. P a m M m is & O m a h a
C on . 6s, J o n e i . 1 9 3 0 .. . . . . J& J
138
( h . H t. P. & M j s r g . 6 H . u n a, M & N
138%
N ^,Ti‘ |, t v i a
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118

101
104
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128*8
120

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90

91

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113
§114*4 115
119*4 120
114*2
§112
§105%
§103
§114
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106%.
10334
115
111*2
109

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§106

102

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114

124
107

109

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§ 95

116
97

102%
101
103
98
10334
98
115%
134
134
5
103
104

102*2
104

137
104

100*2
7 2 3 74
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104*4
105
131
136%
115
128

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M.y 1m p . 0a, 1 9 1 1 . . . . . J & J

C o i m e o t i c u t & P a H S U m p a lo —
- l e t , g.y 4ft, 1 9 4 3 ..........
A & O >118
N e w . & R i c h . , g 3 1 5ft, 1 9 1 1 . . J f t j >108
C o n n e c tic u t R iv er.—
G o l d 4 h, 1 9 4 3 ................................. M & S 114
100
S c r i p , 4 b , 1 9 0 3 . . - - . ..........
J&J
C o n n e c t i n g R R . o f P lilln. ~
Iftt g U . , 0B. S e p t . , ’ 0 2 to ’ 0 4 . M & S 1 0 5
C m n b e r l a n u & l*H U n.
105
l e t , g., 5ft, 1 9 2 1 ...........
. M&N
j C u r r e n t R i v . S e e K , 0 . F t . H. & M
D a k . C e n t . Hut Chic,. & N o r l l i w .
jD a k o ta & G r e a t S ou th ern See C h ica go M ilw a u k e e & H t v
|D a l l a s & W a e o S e e M o. K. & T ,
1 1) a y t o 11 A, M i c h , h e e C i n . 11 . & D ,

116

iHt, 7 ft, D ‘ 0, % 1 9 0 9 ............... . J & D § 1 1 8
l rie m n e 0 h, d l i e a f t e r 1 9 i 0 J A* i § 1 0 4 % 10 5
D a yto n & W estern
le t, M .. O r , 1 9 0 ....
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)105
1 05 HI
1 a t rwciTt., 7 w t 1 9 0 5 , . . . . . . . . J & 9 § 1 1 1
!D e la w a re —
( iQli, M, t T im, a. A . J 9 3 2 . . . . J A J n ; i
D el. & B o u n d B ro o k
l e t . 7ft, A u g . 1 , 1 9 0 5 . . . . . . . F & A 1 1 2 *0
D e l a w a r e & lim lfto n
1 to
f a J > l v . , 7 « , r t ' p t , . 1 {»1 7 . . . M a s
144
A d It, Uf,, l « t , g u a r . , 4 "fls, g o j n
:
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10%

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B id.

D e la w a re & H u d so n — (C o n .)—
A lb a n y & S u squ eh an n a—
1st, 7s, con., gu ., 1 9 0 6 ___ A & O
1st, 6s, cons., gu .,g., 1906. A & O
B lu ff P t. L a n d Im p . C o.—
1 st M ., g g u a r., 4s, 1940. J&J
.y
Chat. O. & I . Co., n o t gu. 6 s ,’ 29..
6s, g u a r.,D . & H . , 1 9 2 9 ...........
C h a te a u g a y R y . 6s, g td ./ 0 7 .F & A
H u d so n C o a l C o .—
Gu. deb. 4s, 1 9 0 3 -1 9 1 7 ...M & N §100
N e w Y o rk & C anada£. M.y6s,g.y 190 4..............M & N ilO O
D eb . g.y 4*28, gu ar. 1 9 0 4 .. M & N §101
R e n s .& S a r .,r e g .,ls t. 7s/21 .M & N 147%
U tic a C lin . & B in g. 5s, 1 9 3 9 -J& J 120
D e la w a r e L a c k . & W e s t.—
1st nn rt. 7s, S ep t., 1907 .. .M & S 11734
G re e n e R R . 7s, D eo., 1902..J & D 102
M o rris & E s s e x —
135
1st, 7s. M a y 1, 1 9 1 4 .........M & N
1st, c o n .,7 s , g u a r., 1 9 1 5 ..J & D 137
4*28, P u r .M o n .,J a n .,1 9 1 2 .J & J 105
R e P g g. 3*28, D e c .1 ,2 0 0 0 .J & D §108
N . Y . L a c k . & W e s te rn —
1st, 6s, g ’ d, J a n . 1 ,1 9 2 1 ...J&J 135*4
2d, 5s, g ’ d, co n str., 1 92 3.. F & A 116*4
T e r m . & Im p .4 s , g ’ d / 2 3 ..M & N 103
O s w e g o & S yra cu se—
106
G u a r., 5s, 1923. ..............M & N
C on sol, m o rt., 7s, 1 9 0 7 ... M & S 112
S yra cu se B in g h a m to n & N . Y .—
Con. 7s, g ’ d, Oot. 1 ,1 9 0 6 . A & O 114*4
V a lle y , N .Y ., 1st, 5s, 1 9 1 1 .. F & A 107
W a rre n , con sol. 7s, 1 9 0 5 ...M & S 106
1 st re fu n d , g. 3 *28 , 2 0 0 0 ..F & A §104
D e n v e r & R io G rand©—
1st, con., g., 4s, 1 9 3 6 .............J& J 103%
1st, con. g., 4*28, 1 9 3 6 ......... J&J 110*2
Im p r ., g o ld , 5s, 1 9 2 8 .............J & D
D e n v e r & S o u t h w e s te r n M id . T e rm . 5, 192 5................J & D §104*2
89
G en . skg. f d , g., 5s, 1 9 2 9 ... J & D
D e s M . & F . D .— S ee C. R . I. & P ac
D es M . & M in n .— S ee Chic. & N V.
D es M . Io w a F a lls & N o rth e rn —
1st g. 5s, 1 9 3 1 .........................J& J
D e s M o in e s U n io n ­
105
is t , g 5s, 1 9 1 7 ..................M & N
.y
D e t r o it G ra n d H a v e n & M il.—
1st E q u ip . 6s, N o v . 14/ 18..A & O 1110
Con. gu a r. 6s, N o v .1 5 ,1 9 1 8 .A & O L110
D e t. Gr. R a p id s & W .— S ee P e r e M a rq.
D e t r o it & M a ck .—
P r io r lie n , g., 4s, 1995 ____ J & D 100
93
M o rt. go ld , 4s, 1 9 9 5 ..............J &D
D e t r o it M a c. & M a rq .—
56
L d .g t. in c.3*2,sem i-an.1911.A & O
D e t r o it M . & T o i.—S ee L . S. & M . S.
D e t r o it S ou thern —
86
1st m tg ., g.4s, J u n e 1, ’ 5 1 ... J & D
93*4
O h io South, g. 4s, M a r./ 4 1 ..M & S
D u lu th & Ir o n R a n g e —
1st, 5s, 1937............................ A & O 112*2
2 d m o rt., 6s, 1 9 1 6 .................. J& J
D u lu th M iss a b e & N o rth e rn 105
1st, g 6s, 1 9 2 2 .....................J&J
.y
1st cons. g. 6s, Jan . 1, 1923 J& J 105
98
2d m o rt., g , 5s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 1 8 .J & J
D u lu th S ou th S h ore & A t la n n o —
1st, g.y 5s, 1937..................... J&J 112
1st consol, g. 4s, 1990 ---- F & A
D u l. S h o rt L in e — See St. P . & D m .
D u lu th T r a n s fe r —
26
1st. g 68,1921....................... .J & J
.y
D u tch ess Co.— See C ent. N e w E n g.
E a s t T e n u . V a . & G a .— S ee So. R y
E a s te rn M ass.—S ee B o s to n & M e..
E a s te rn M in n .— See St. P . M . & M.
E a sto n & A m b o y —S ee L e h ig h V a l
E lg in J o lie t & E a s t e r n G o ld 5s, 1 9 4 1 ........................M & N 113
E liza b . L e x . & B ig S. -S e e C. & *>
.
E lm ira O ort. & N o r.— S ee L e h . V al
E lm ira S ta te L in e —
1st M, 7s, 1905..................... .A & O 105
E lm ira & W illia m s p o rt.—
1st, 6s, co n v . 1 9 1 0 ..................J&J 117
In c o m e 5s. 2 8 6 2 ............. . . . . A & O 109
E r ie —
N . Y . & E. 1 st e x t . 4s, g. 1947. M & N 1 15
119
5s, 2d, e x t., g o ld , 191 9 ........ M &S
4 *28,3 d , e x t., g o ld , 1 9 2 3 — M&n 1 1 3 %
5s, 4th, e x t., g o ld , 1 9 2 0 . . , A & O 1 1 9 %
107
4s, 5th , e x t., g o ld , 1928----- J& D
139
7s, 1st, con. g., 1920 ..........M &S
u5
7 s, 1 st,0011. ,g. fund. 1 9 2 0 ___ M & S
P r io r Hen g. 4s, 1 9 9 6 .......... J&J 101 D
8h %
G en. lien, g., 4s, 199 0 ......... J&J
94
\u n n ,o o lL g .4 s .F e b . 1,1951 F ^ A
Buff, N.Y.& . E., la t,7 fl, 1910.J& D
Buff. & Bo. W ., lH t,aft,g.l9 08.J& J ‘ i v r
2d M., g., 5 h, 1908
l& J 100
JeIf. R R .,5B, g u .,g ,.Jan ./09 A & U IUO
Ohio, & A1 bin tie T e rm .
le t , M., g., 5 h, 1018 ............l& J 102
Oh. & Erie, 5 h, 1st, g., 1982 M &N 123
L o n g D ock, 0 h, eon., g.,1985 A A O 1 3 ?
N e w b . & N .Y .. 1st, 5 h, 1929.J&J § 1 0 5
N. Y. L. E, & W . 0. & R R .
l i t . 00, cur., gu a r., 1922. M&N 118
N. Y. D. K. & W. D. & L Co.
1) 8 x
1et, Ms, eur., 1913
..........f A J
N. Y .& U r. L a k e gu. g.f»H/40
N 1 DDv
N J. & N, Y. I m1 00, 1 0 1 0 ..M & N 1Oh
N, Y . Huh. & W e s te rn —
l e t 1 re fu n d in g 5 h, M )37.. . J&.t 1 11
2d m o rt., 4 'yn, 1 937 . . . « . . FA* A 102 h
( H’ n m o r t,, 5w, g , , 1940.
F A A X 08
<
kill Iru*vi 0h ) 9O , _ , M & N 10 *
,
r,
.
T erm . 1 st, u., 5 », 1 9 4 3 ... M V-N 1 I 7%
NDdl dnl T J , 1h! ,6 h, 19 1OA A*« ' I lo
Wills- ‘ & Eaut, 1«tg.5 0 / 4 2 J & D 1 i l %
^rle &
mm jTum . R R .
'Cureke : nt h > R y ,no
1Rt, 00, u , 1933 . . . . . . . .
.FA a
',

" • « w .T
»’ r n

1 1
OTO - ' ’
■

9

A sk .

I12*fl

102

103 *«
119

104

111*2
110
105

102

114
114

96
59
87
94

36

119

HI h
i
102* ’
89

95
1 3 2 *4

108
124 *4

109

1 17

THE

4 0
B on d s.

Bid.

E v a n s v ille & In d ia n a p o lis —
T e r.H .& S 'e a s t, 1st, 7 s,1 9 0 9 .M A S 108
E v . & In ., 1 st,g., fil'd 6 s ,’ 2 4 . .J& J 112
C on sol., g.. g'd , 6s, 1926 — J& J 114
E v a n s v ille & T e r r e H a u te —
1st, co n ., g., 6s, 1 9 2 1 ............ J&J 123ia
1st, ge n . 5s, go ld , 1 9 4 2 ........A & O
M t. V e rn o n , 1st, 6s, g., ’ 2 3 ..A & O i i o "
Sul. Co. B r., 1 s t,g., 5s, 1930. A & O 100
K. T . H . & C h ica go — S ee Cliio. &
E a st. 111.
^ a r g o & 8o.—S ee C h ic. M . & St. P.
IP.Ft. w . & W — 1st, g , 5s, 1945. J& J
In c o m e , 5s, 1 9 4 5 ..................... J& J
F itc h b u r g —
5s, N o v . 1 ,1 9 0 3 ..................... M A N
5s, M a y 1 ,1 9 0 8 ..................... M & N
4 *28, M a y 1 ,1 9 1 4 .................. M & N >111
4s, J u n e 1, 1905.....................J&L>
4s, A p r il 1, 190 7....................A & O
4s, M ar. 1, 1 9 1 5 ............................
4s, J u ly 1. 1 9 1 6 ...................... J& J >107
4s, R e fu n d in g , M a r., 1 9 2 7 ..M & S
4s, J an ., 1 9 2 8 ........................... J<fcJ 111
3*flS, O ct. 1 ,1 9 2 0 ....................A & O §103
S ^ s , O ct. 1, 1 9 2 1 ......
A & O 5......
T r o y & B o s to n .—7s, 1 9 2 4 ...J & J §....
F lin t & P e r e M a rq u e tte — S ee P e r e
M a rq u e tte .
® la .C e n t.& P e n .—S ee S e a h .A ir L in .
aio r id a S ou th ern —
1st M ., g, g ’ d, 4s, 1 9 4 5 .......... J& J § 88
F o n d a J o h n sto w n & G lo v e r s v .—
1 st o o n s .r e f'd 'g ,g .,4*28,1947. J&J 6120
G en. r e f d ig . g., 4s, 1950...... J&J §107
F t. S t.U n . D ep . Co.—
4*«8, g., 194 1.................
J&J 105
F o r t W orth & D e n v e r C ity —
1st, g. 6s, 1921........................ J & D 113
F o r t W o r th & R io G ra n d e —
90*4
1st, 3-4s, g., 192 8 ................... J&J
F o x b u r y B r.—S ee P it t . & W e s t.
F r e . E lk & M o. R iv . —S ee C. & N . W .
G a in e s v ille J eff. & S ou th ern —
1st, gu a r. 7s, 1 9 1 1 ..................J& J 101
G a lv . H a r. & San A n .— S ee So. Pac.
G a l. H o u s .& H e n .— 1st, 58/13. A & O 104
G e o r g ia & A la b a m a — SeeSeab. A .L .
G e o r g ia Car. & N .— S ee Seab. A . L
G eo. Cr. & C um b.— 1st, 6s,’ 09.A & O 105
G e o r. M id la n d —See S ou th ern R y .
G e o r g ia P a c ific —S ee S ou thern R y .
G a . R R . & B a n k ’ g Co.—
6s, Jan . 1 ,1 9 1 0 ........................J& J 112
6s, Jan . 1 ,1 9 2 2 ...................... .J& J 120
5s, J a n 1 ,1 9 2 2 ........................ J& J 108
G e o r g ia S ou thern & F lo r id a .—
1st, g., 5s, 1 9 4 5 ....................... J&J 116
G e tty s b u r g & H a r. R y .—
Cons. 5s,g. g ’ d, O c t .l,1 9 2 6 .V a r . 105
G ila V a l. G lo b e & N o r — S ee S o.P ac.
G ra n d R a p id s B e ld in g & S ag .—
1 st g ., 5 s, M a r., 1 9 2 4 ........... M &S §106
G ra n d R a p id s & In d .—
E x te n . 1st, g , 4*2, 1941......... J&J 112*2
M u sk ego n D iv ., g, 5s, 1 9 2 6 .J&J l 75
G r a n d T ru n k W estern R y .—
N .W . G r. T r .ls t t s .J a n . l/ lO . J & J §105
1st g., gu. 4e, J u ly 1, 1 9 5 0 ..J&J
93
25
2d inc. g. 4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 5 0 ............
G r e a t N o r th e r n —
C. B .& Q . coll. tr.,g ., 4s, 1921.J&J 9638
R e g is t e r e d ......................
.
Q-J
G r e a t N o rth e rn R y . o f C an ad a—
1st, g , sin k’ g f ’nd,5s, 1 9 5 0 ..J & J $
■
G u lf. Beau. & K a n . C .—
1st 6s, g., A u g . 1, 1 9 1 3 .......F & A §105
80
2d g., 5s, A u g . 1, 1 9 1 3 ....... F & A
G u l f & Ship Is la n d R R .—
1st re f. & te rm .g .5 s ,F e b .’ 5 2 .J & J 104*2
H a n . & St. J o .—S ee C. B. & Q.
H a rr is b u rg P o rtsm o u th , & c.—
1st, 4s, J u ly 1, 1 9 1 3 .............. J&J II 43
4
H a r t. & Conn. W est—
1st, 5s, J u ly 1, 1 9 0 3 ..............J&J 100
H en d erso n B r id g e —S ee L ou is. & N ash .
H o c k in g V a lle y R y .—
1 st cons. g. 4*28, 1999.........J&J
III
C ol. & H . V., E x t . 4s, 1948. .A & O 105
C ol. & T o le d o , 1 s t,7s, 1905. .F & A 108
O liio & W . V a ., 1 st,7 s ,1910.M & N §117
C a r tr. s. f. g., 6s, A p r . 1 / 0 4 .Q-J
99
H o o s a c T u n n e l & W ilm in g to n —
1 st s’k ’g f. g., 5s, Sept. 1922.M & S §•
H o u s a to n ic — See N . Y . N . H . & H .
H o u s to n E a s t & W e s t T e x a s —See
S ou th ern P a cific .
H o u s to n & T e x . C e n t.—See So. P a c.
H u d .& R iv . F .—See Ch. St. P .M .& O .
H u n tin g d o n & B ro a d T o p .—
1st, g .,4 s , Sept. 30, 1 9 2 0 ...A & O 104
2d m o rt., 4s, go ld , 1925.......F & A
102
Cons. 5s, g., M a r. 31, 1 9 2 5 .A & O
H u tch in so n & So.— S ee A .T .& S .F e
Illin o is C e n tra l­
i s t , g o ld . 48, 1 9 5 1 .....................I&J 115*8
1st. g., 3*28,1951.....................J&J 105*2
C ol. ct ., g o ld , 4s, 1 9 5 2 .........A & O
10638
C o l T r.L .N .O .& T .g .,4 s ,1 9 5 3 M & N 105
C airo B rid g e , 4s, g., 1 9 5 0 ...J& D 1 1 0
Bpr’ fleld D iv.,E xten .3 *2 8 *51. J & J
M id d le D iv .. re g . 5s, 1 9 2 1 ..F & A 12 0
S te rlin g S. F ., 5s, g., 1 9 0 3 ..A & O l 98
S te rlin g , gen. M ., 5s, g./ 0 5 . J & D
1 st m o rt., A , g ., 3s, 1 9 5 1 ...M & S l 86
St. L o u ie D iv ., 3*28, g., 1951.J& J 100*2
St. L o u is D iv . 3s, g., 1 9 5 1 ...J& J
86*2
L o u is v ille D iv .,3*28,g .,1 9 5 3 .J&J 100*4
W estern lin es, g., 4 s , 1 9 5 1 ..F & A 113
G h ic a g o St. L o u is & N . O.—
2d M Os, 190 7 ..................... J&D 112
Cons, g., 5s, 1 9 5 1 .............. J & D 127*4
Cons, g o ld 3*38, 1 9 5 1 ....... J & D
99*8
M em . D iv ., 1st, 4s, g . , '5 1 . J & D 106*8
St. L o u is A lt o n & T e r r e H a u te —
B e lle v .& C a r .,ls t,6 s ,1 9 2 3 . J & D 123
St. L . S ou th.,1st,g., 4 s/3 1 .M & S
Fftrh.& Shaw.,lRt,c:.,4R/32.M .vs

Ask

115

116
125*2
109*4

102*4
109*8

112*8
102*4
103*2
107*8
i l l *2
103*2

102%
156%

92
123*2
109*2

11334
90*2

106

80

96*2

100

108
105*2

102
112
107

111*2
119

108

106*2

103
91

10 1%
. . . .

101^8

QUOTATION

[ V ol« LXXV

SUPPLEMENT

B onds.
ind. B l. & W n .—S ee C. C. C. & St. L .
In d ia n a D e c a tu r & W e s t .—
I s t g . , 5s, 1 9 3 5 .........................J& J
1st g 'd , g. 5s. 1 9 3 5 .................J& J
E q u ip , notes. 5s, 1 9 0 2 -'0 5 ..F & A
In d ia n a Illin o is & I o w a —
1st g. 4s. J u ly 1 ,1 9 5 0 ...........J&J
ln a . & St. L .— See C. C. C. & St. L .
In d ia n a p o lis U n io n ­
i s t , 4*28, 1 9 2 6 ....................... M & N
In d ia n a p o lis & V in c e n n e s —
1st, 7s, 1908............................ F & A
In te rn a tio n a l & G t. N o r th e r n —
1st, g., 6s, 1 9 1 9 ....................M & N
2d, 5s, 1 9 0 9 ............................ M & S
3d, 4s, g o ld , 1 9 2 1 ..................M & S
C o lo ra d o R iv e r B r id g e —
l e t M . 7s, 1 9 2 0 .................. M & N
Io w a C e n tra l­
i s t ^ . , 58,1938......................... J & D
1st & r e P d 'g g. 48, 1 9 5 1 ... M & S
Io w a F a lls & S. C.—
ls t,7 s , 1917............................ A & O
I o w a M id la n d —S ee Ohio. & N . W .
J a c k s o n v ille & St. L o u is —
Cons., g., 5s, 1 9 2 5 ................ A & O
In c o m e 4s, 1 9 3 5 ..................... J& J
J a ck . & So. E a s t —
1 st 6s, 1910.................
J a c k s o n v ille T e r m in a l—
1st M .,5 s ,g .,g 'd ,J u ly 1/L939.J&J
J efferso n —See E rie .
Jeff. M ad. & In d .— S ee P e n n . R R ..
Joliet* & N o rth e rn In d ia n a —
1st M . 7s, J u ly 1 0 ,1 9 0 7 ...... J&J
J u n c tio n (P h ila .)—
1st, 4 *2 8 ,1 9 0 7 ......................... J& J
K a la m a z o o A l. & G. R .—
S ee L . S. & M . S.
K a n a w . & M ic h .—S ee T o l. & O. C.
K a n sa s C. B e lt 1st, 6s, 1916. .J& J
K an sas C ity C lin to n & 8p.—
1st, 5s, g , 1 9 2 5 ..................... A & O
P . H . & D e S oto, 1st, 7s '07 .A & O
K a n . C ity F t. S c o tt & M e m p h is —
R e fd g . g . 4s, 1 9 3 6 ................ A & O
Cons. 6s, 1 9 2 8 ....................... M & N
C u rre n t R iv ., 1st, 5s, 1927..A & O
R ic h H i l l R R ., 1st, 7s, 1910.M & S
M e m .K .& C o l.ls tM .7 s ,1 9 1 0 .M & S
K a n . C. F t. S c o tt & G u lf—
1st, 7s, 1908 ..................... J & D
K a n s a s C ity & M em . R y . & B .—
1st 5s, g., 192 9 ................... A & O
K a n s a s & M iss o u ri—
1st M . 5s, 1 9 2 2 ................ F & A
K a n s a s C it y M em p h is & B ir .—
G en. 4s, 1 9 3 4 ................... M &S
In c o m e 5s, 1 9 3 4 ............ Sept. 1
B ir. eq u ip ., 6s, g ., gu ., '0 3 .M & S
K a n s a s C it y & N . W .—
I s t M . g., 5s, 1933...................J & J
K a n . C ity & P a c .—S ee M . K . & T.
K a n . C ity St. Jos. & C o u n c il B .—
1st 7s, 190 7............................. J & J
P r io r lie n 7s, 1 9 0 7 ................ J&J
N o d a w a y V a l., 1st,7s, 1920.J & D
T a r k io V a l. 1st 7s, 1 9 2 0 ...J & D
K a n . C. S ou th ern —
l s t g . 3s, 1 9 5 0 ....................... A & O
K a n . C. W a t. & G u lf—
1st M ., g., 5s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 3 0 ...J& J
K e ith s b u rg B r .—S ee I o w a C en t.
K e n tu c k y C e n tra l— S ee L . & N .
K e n . & In d . B r id g e & R R . Co.—
K . & I. B r. 1st, g., 5s, 1 9 1 1 .M & S
1st eo n s o l, g., 4s, 1 9 5 0 ....... A & O
K e o k u k & D es M .— S ee C. R . I. & P .
K n o x v . & O h io—S ee S ou th ern R y .
L a k e E r ie & W e s te rn —
1 s t,g., 5s, Jan. 1, 193 7 ........ J& J
2d, g ., 5s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 4 1 ......... J& J
N o . O h io, 1st, g u .,g .,5 s ,'4 5 .A & 0
L a k e Sh. & M ich . So.— See N . Y . C .<»
L e a v e n w o r th T e rm . R y .& B r id g e —
1st M .. go ld . 5s, 1 9 2 3 ........... J& J
L e h ig h & H u d so n R iv e r R R .—
1st m o rtg a g e , g., 5s, 1 9 1 1 ...J&J
2d M . 5s, J u ly 1, 1917..........J& J
G en. g. 5s, J u ly 1, 1 9 2 0 ....... J&J
W a r w ic k V a lle y —
2d 6s, O ct., 1 9 1 2 ................ A & O
L e h ig h V a lle y —
1st, 6s, ex t. g . 4s, 1 9 4 8 .........J & D
Con. M ., 6s, ann., r e g .............J & D
Con. M ., 6s, R ., go ld , 1 9 2 3 ..J & D
Con. M ., 4*28, G ., 1 9 2 3 ......... J & D
Con. M ., 4 *28, a n n ................. J & D
2d, M ., 7s. 1 9 1 0 ..................... M & S
M tg . & c o ll. tr .,g ., 5s, 199 7.M & N
C a r tru sts, g., 5 s,1902 to '0 6 .F & A
M id d le s e x V a lle y —
1st, g., 5s, 1942..................M & N
P a . & N . Y . C a n a l—
1st, 7s, J u n e 1, 1906......... J & D
Con. M ., 5s, 1 9 3 9 ............... A & O
Con. M ., 4 *28 , 1939............ A & O
Cons., 4s, 193 9....................A & O
E lm ir a C o rtla n d & N o r th e r n —
ls t p r e f.,g .,6 s ,A p r .l,1 9 1 4 .A & 0
I s t M . , g., 58 ,1 9 1 4 ........ .. . A & O
Can. N o r. 1st, 6s, 190 6____J& J
E a s to n & A m b o y —
1st 5s, M a y 1, 1 9 2 0 ..........M & N
L e h ig h & N . Y . —
1st g. 4s, Sept. 1. 1945 ...M & S
L e h ig h V a lle y C o a l l e t 5s, g., gu ar., 1933........ J & J
S n o w Shoe C o a l—
1st M ., 5s, Jan . 1, 1 9 1 0 ___ J& J
L e h ig h V a lle y R y . o f N . Y . ,
1st 4*28, g 1940................ J&J
L e h ig h Val. T e r m i n a l le t , g .,g u a r ., 5s, 1 9 4 1 ____A & O
L e h ig h & W ilk e s B .— S ee Cent. N . J .

B id .

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109
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102*2
94
115
122% 124*2
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75
78
100
116*4 117
100
132*2 133
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§104
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106

90*2 91
125*8
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95
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119
120
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100
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124
108
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110
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109
110
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112*2 113
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118

......

B onds.
L e r o y & C a n ey V a l.—S ee M o. P a c .
L e x in g to n & E a s te r n —
G en. m o rt. g. 5s, 1 9 3 5 .........F & A
L in c o ln & N o ’w e s tn —S ee C. B. & Q.
L it t le M ia m i—
R e n e w a l 5s, 1 9 1 2 ................ M & N
3 *28, F e b . 1,' ) 9 51................. F & A
L it t le R o c k & F t 8 . - 7 s . 1 9 0 5 J& J
L it t le R o c k & H o t Spr. W est. R y .—
1st g. 4s, 1 9 2 9 .........................J& J
L o n g " is la n d —
U n ifie d g. 4s, 1 9 4 9 ................M &S
2d m ortgage^ 7s, 1 9 1 8 .........F & A
1st, eons., g., 5s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 3 1 Q-J
1st, cons., g., 4 s ,J u ly 1, 1931Q-J
G en . m o rt., g., 4s, 1 9 3 8 .......J & D
M et. F e r r y — 1st, g. 5 s ,1 9 3 7 M -N
F e r r y , lst,4*28, con .g., 1922.M & s
4s, g o ld , 1 9 3 2 .........................J & D
D e b e n tu re g o ld 5s, 19 3 4 . ..J & D
N o r th S h ore B ra n c h —
1st, con. 5s, g .,O o t. 1,1 932.Q -J
N .Y . & R . B . 1st g. 5s, 1 9 2 7 .M & S
2d m o rt., in c., 1 9 2 7 ....... Jan. 1
N . Y . B r o o k ly n & M an . B each.
1st, go ld , 5s, 1935..............A & O
B rookT& Mxm, ,1st, g.6s, 191 1M & S
1st, 58, 191 1........................M & S
2d, 5 8 ,1 9 3 8 ........................ J & D
L . I. C it y & F . — 1st, 6s, 191 1.M & N
1st oon .,g.5R ,M ay 1 193 7-M & N
N . Y . B a y E x t . R ., 1st, 5s, g o ld ,
194 3............................. .........J & J
L o u is ia n a & M o. R iv . — S ee Chi. & A .
L o u is ia n a W estern —
1st, 6s, J u ly 1, 1 9 2 1 ..............J& J
L o u is v . Cin. & L e x .—S ee L . & N .
L o u is v ille H e n d e rs o n & S t L . —
1st m o r t , g., 5s, 1 9 4 6 .......... J & J
L o u is v ille & J e ffe rs o n v . B r id g e —
G u a ra n teed g o ld 4s, 1945 M & S
L o u is v ille & N a s h v ille —
G e n .m o r t.,g , 6s, 1 9 3 0 .........J & D
5 0 -y ea r gold., 5s, 1 9 3 7 ....... M & >
U n ifie d 4s, g o ld , 1 9 4 0 .......... J & J
C o l.t r .,g o ld , 5s, 1 9 3 1 ...........M & N
C ol. tru s t, g . , 48,1903-1918. A & O
C e c ilia n B r., 7s, 1 9 0 7 .......... M & S
E . H . & N . 1st, 6s, 191 9.......J & D
L o u . C. & L e x . 4 *28, g . ,'3 1 .M & N
2d m o rt., 7s, 190 7..............A & O
St. L . p ro p ., ls t g .,5 s , 1916. M & S
N . O. & M ob. l s t , g , 6s, 1930.J& J
2d, g. 6s. 1 9 3 0 ......................J & J
M a y s v .& L e x .ls tM .7 s ,1 9 0 6 . J &J
L .& N ., M o b .& M o n t 4*28/45.M A S
P e n s a 'c o la D iv .,ls t,6 s ,1 9 2 0 .M & S
St. L o u is D iv . . 1 st,g,6s, 1921. M & S
2d, 38, 1 9 8 0 ........................M & S
So. & N o . A la . &., g 'd . 6s, '0 3 . M & N
S. F ., 6s, 1 9 1 0 .....................A & O
Cons, m o rt., g ’ d, 5s, 193 6 .F & A
P en s a . & A t l., 1st 6s, gu ./21 .F & A
N a s. F .& S ., 1st, g u .,g ,,58/37. F & A
H e n d e rs o n B r. 6s, g , 1 9 3 1 ..M &S
K e n t. C e n tra l—4s, g .,1 9 8 7 ..J & J
M a h o n in g C o a l—S ee L . S. & M . S.
M a in e C e n tra l—
C ons., 7s, 1 9 1 2 ...................... A & O
C o ll. tr. 5s, 1 9 2 3 ................... J & D
C ons. 5s, A p r . 1 ,1 9 1 2 ........ A & >
Cons., 4 *28, A p r . 1, 191 2 ___ A & O
S 'k ’ g f 'd g.,4*ss, F e b ., 1 9 0 5 .F & A
Cons. 4s, A p r . 1 ,1 9 1 2 ........ A & O
H e r e fo r d R y . - G . , 4 s 1 9 3 0 .M & N
K n o x . & L in e ., 1st M ., P e n . Sh.
lin e , 4s, 1 9 2 0 ................... F & A
U p p e r 6 o o 8 ,l8 t4 8 ,K d .l9 3 0 M & N
U p p e rC o o s ,E x .4 *2 8 ,g ./ 3 0 .. M & N
E u r .& N ,A .,4 8 ,g o ld ,1 9 3 3 ...J & J
M a rq u e tte H o u g h to n & O n t —
M o r t . 6s, 1925.................... A & O
M a r y la n d & P e n n s y lv a n ia R R .—
1st, g , 4s, 1 9 5 1 ..................... M & S
In c o m e 4s, 1 9 5 1 ................. A & O
M a y s v .& L e x .— See L o u is v . & N ash.
M c K ’ s p o r t& B .V .— S e e P .M c K .& Y .
M erch a n ts’ B r .— S ee S t.L .M e r.T e r.
M e x ic a n C e n tra l.—
C on sol. 4s, J u ly 1, 1 9 1 1 ....... J& J
1st, con ., in c. 3s, Jan. 1 0 /3 9 Ju ly
2d, con., in c. 38, Jan. 10,1939J u ly
C o ll. tr. g., 4*28, 1907, o p t F & A
E q u ip .& c o ll. g. 5s, 1 9 1 7 ...A & O
do
2d s eries 5s, 1 9 1 9 ...A & O
M e x ic a n In te r n a tio n a l—
P r io r lien , g., 4*28. 1947...... M & S
B lex. N a t 'l (n o w N a t 'l o f M e x .) —
H e x . N o r th 'n I s t M . , g., 6s/1 0J& D
M ich . C en t.— S ee N. Y . C. & H . R.
M id d le s e x V a lle y —See L eh . V a l.
M id la n d o f N . J .— See E rie.
M id la n d T e r m .— S ee D e m & S o 'w ’ n.
M il.L .S h .& W e s t—S ee C liic.& N .W .
M ilw . & M ad ison —S ee Ohio. & N . W .
M ilw .& N o .—S ee Chic. M il. & St. P.
M ilw . & S t P . — S ee C. M . & St. P.
M in. & P a c .—See M .S t.P .& S .S te.M .
M in n e a p o lis & St. L o u is —
1st, 7s, 192 7 ........................... J & D
1st, 7s, J an ., 1 9 0 7 ................. J & J
M iuu. & D ., 1st 7s, J a n .,'0 7.M & N
1st, 00U80I., g o ld , 5s. 1 9 3 4 .M & N
1st, r e f ’d ’ g , g., 48, 1 9 4 9 ___ M &S
I o w a E x t., 1st, g ., 7s, 1909. J & D
6 o ’ w e s t E x t , l 8 t , g.,7s,1910. J & D
P a e if lo E x t . , ls t , 6s, 1 9 2 1 ... A & O
M inn. S t P . & S au lt S te M a r ie —
M. S. s te. M .& A t l. 1st, 4s/2 6. J & J
M in n . & P a c. 1st, 5s, 1 9 3 6 ..J& J
1st, 4e, 1936 ........................ J&J
1st, cons., g., 48, 1 9 3 8 ......... J&J
2d m ., g., 48.. g ’ d., 1 9 4 9 ____ J& J
tfln n . U n io n —S ee St. P . M . & M.
M in era l R a n g e —
C ons., g., 5s, 1 9 3 1 .................. J&J

105

§ Purchaser also pays accrued interest.

LIn London.

I Sale price.

B id .

A sk.

35
113*2
96
§105
§ 94

95

102
132
122
102
102
5......... n o 7e
103
102
110
112
113*2
20
115
114
107*2
108
112
112
100
110
108

109

§100

101

119
119%
llt>*4
103*2 10334
112
100%
D 5
113*«
111*2
114
116
105
131*4
125
107
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116*2
125*2
72

1100

102
110*2
114%
114*2
115%
1 U>
101
102

§129
A
512«s
§ ........ 11478
§108
§101
§104
§103*2
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111*2
113
§ ___
122*4
§ ____ 11350
§118
§ 98% 100
69
70

84*2
22
98
98
98

85
32*2
2*50

84
97

145
112
112
123
124
105
118
119
120*2 123
1275s
97
103
98
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95
90

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RAILROAD BONDS,

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Bid.

B onds.
M iss. R iv . B d g .— See Chic. & A .
M is s o u ri K a n s a s & T e x a s —
1st, g o ld , 4s, 1 9 9 0 ................. J &D
2d, g o ld , 4s, J u n e 1. 1 9 9 0 ..F & A
1 st E x te n s io n 5s, 194 4 .......M & N
St. L o u is d iv . g. 4s, 2 0 0 1 ...A & O
M .K .& T .o fT .,ls t5 s ,g u ./ 4 2 .M & S
T e b . & N e o s h o .,l8 t,7 s , 1903. J & D
K a n . C. & P a c . , l s t , 4 s , g . ’ 9 0 .F & A
D a l.& W a c o ,ls t ,g u .,5 s ,'4 0 .M & N
S h erm an S h r e v e p o rt & S ou th .—
1st M ., gu ., golcL, 5s, 1943.J &D
S .W .C o a l& Im p .,ls t,6 s ,1 9 2 9 . J& J
M issouri K a n s a s & E a s te r n —
1st, 5s, go ld , g u a r., 1942. A & O
2d M ., g o ld , 5s, 1 9 4 2 ........ A & O
M issou ri P a c ific —
Consol. 6s, 1 9 2 0 ....... - . . . . . . M & N
3 d m o r t.,7 8 , 1 9 0 6 ................ M & N
T ru s t, go ld , 5s, Jan. 1 , 19 1 7 .M & 8
C ol. tru sts, 5s, 1 9 2 0 .............. F & A
C e n tra l B ra n c h R y .—
4s, g., 1 9 1 9 .......................... F & A
L e x in g t o n D iv ., 5s, 1 9 2 0 ... F & A
P a c .o iM o .,ls t ,e x .,g .,4 s / 3 8 .F & A
2d, e x t. 58, g o ld , 1 9 3 8 .........J& J
S t L . R . E ., 1st, 5s, 1 9 3 8 ...M & N
C a ro n d e le t B r .,ls t , 4 % s / 3 8 .A & 0
Y e r d ig Y a l.I.& W .,l8 t,5 s ,,26.M & S
L e r . & C a n .Y .A .L .,ls t,5 s / 2 6 .J & J
8t. L o u is Ir o n M o u n t'n & South.
U n ify . & R e f g. g. 4s. 1929..J&J
G en. con. r y . & l.g ., os, ’ 31. A & O
G e n .c o n .stp d .g u .g .,5 s/ 3 1 .A & 0
L it t le R 'k J n .ls t 6 s ,g u .'1 6 .A & 0
M o b ile & B irin .—
P r io r lie n 5s, 1 9 4 5 ................. J&J
G en. M ., go ld , 4s, 1 9 4 5 ........ J&J
M ob. J a ck so n & K a n . C it y —
1st, g.. 5s, 194 6 ...................... J & D
M o b ile & Ohio—
1st m o rt., g o ld , 6s, 1 9 2 7 ---- J & D
1st, e x te n ., 6s, J u ly , 1 9 2 7 ...Q— J
G en. g. 4s, 1 9 3 8 ..................... M &S
S t L . & C . co ll, tr., g., 4 s,1 9 3 0 .Q -F
4s, gu a r., 1 9 3 1 ....................J& J
M o n tg o m . D iv ., g, 5s, 1947. F & A
M o h a w k & M a lo n e — S e e N .Y .C .& H ,
M on t. C en t.—S ee St. P . M. & M.
M on on g. R iv e r — 8 ee B a lt. & Ohio.
M o r g a n ’ s L a . & T e x .— S ee So. P ao.
M o rris & E s s e x —S ee D . L . & W .
N a s h v ille C h a tta n o o g a & S. L .—
1 s t 7s, 1 9 1 3 .............................J& J
1st Consol., g o ld , 5s, 1 9 2 8 .. A & O
D u ok R iv e r —2d, g. 6s. 19 0 9 M & N
L e b a n o n B r., 6 s ,O c t.l, 1917.J&J
C e n tr e v ille B r., g . , 6s, 1923J& J
T r a c y C ity B r., 6s, 1 9 1 7 .......J&J
M c M .M . W . & A l . , l 8 t , 6 s , ’ 17-J& J
J a s p e r B r ..ls t 6 s ,1 9 2 3 .......... J & J
1st 8s, 1 9 0 6 ...........................J&J
tfa s b .F lo r & S b e ff — See L . & N.
N a tio n a l R R . o f M e x ic o —
P r to r L ie n g. 4%s, 1 9 2 6 ....... A & O
1st cons. g. 4s, 1 9 5 1 ..............A & O
N eb ra sk a — See C. B. Q.
N e v a d a Co. N a r . G. R R .—
78,1924...................................... J& J
N e w c a s tle & S h en an go V a lle y —
1st, g ., 6s, 191 7 ....................... J&J
HTew E n g . R R .—S e e N .Y .N .H .& H .
N .H a v .& D e r b y —S e e N .Y .N .H .& H .
N e w H a v .& N o .—S ee N .Y .N .H .& H .
N. J. J u n c tio n —S ee N . Y . C en tra l.
N e w J e r s e y * N e w Y o r k —S ee E rie.
N . J. S ou th ern —S ee C e n tra l N . J.
N e w Lon don N o r th e r n —
1st, 5s, J u ly 1, 1910.............. J&J
1st, 4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 0 .............. J&J
N e w M e x ic o R y . & C o a l C o .—
C oll. tr. g. 5s, O ct. 1, 1947..A & O
ls t& c o n s .& c o ll.tr .,g .,5 s ,O c t.l,51
N e w O rlean s & N o rth e a s te rn —
P r io r l .g ., 6 s ,N o v . 1 .1 9 1 5 ..A & O
N e w p o r t & C in cin n a ti B r id g e —
4 i*a,
g ’ d, 1 9 4 5 ....................J&J
N e w p . & R ic h .—See Conn. & Pass.
N e w R iv e r B ’d g e —S ee C h e«.& Ohio
N .Y . B .& M . B en .—S ee L o n g Is la n d .
N .Y . B a y E x t . R R .—S ee L o n g Is l.
N . Y . & C an.—S ee D e l. & H ud.
N e w Y o r k C e n tra l & H u d . R lv . —
K e f d ’ g g. 3%#, J u ly 1 ,1 9 9 7 . J&J
L . S. Col. tr. g, 3 % s ,1 9 9 8 ...F & A
M . C. e o L tr., g., 3%s, 1 99 8.. F & A
l e t cou p on . 7s, 1 9 0 3 . . . . . . . .J &J
D eb e n tu re 5a, 1 8 8 4 -1 0 0 4 ...M & S
5ft, 1889-1904...................... M & S
4ft, 1890-1905.............
J& D
D e b t certs.,4s, g., 1005, e x t. M & N
S te rlin g m o rt,, 6 b , g ., 1903. J& J
K .Y .& H a r *1 t g .3 %s ,2 0 0 0 .M & N
N . J. Juno., 1st,4 b , g u .198 6,F & A
W e s t Shore. 1st, 4s, 2 3 6 1 ,
J& J
Beech C re e k —
1st, 4ft, g,, gu. 1 9 3 8 . . . . ...J & J
2d. gu a r., g., 5 «, 1936 ........ J&J
C l f . B i t C .C o.,lftt.g.4 ft,’ 40 J& J
B eech C reek E x te n s io n —
1 a t gtd. g . , 3
F e b . l , '5 1 . A & O
G o a v . & Oft w , , 1 ht, 5ft, g . , 1 9 4 2 . J & D
N or. & M on t , 1 st,5a,g. ,1 9 1 6 . A & o
C a n , & A d i r . , 1st, 4ft, g . , ’ 8 1 . J & D
N . Y . & N o r , I ftt,g .,f > ft, 1 9 2 7 . A & O
N . Y . & P u t . Iftt, 4 a , g . , 1 9 0 3 . . A & O

a

Bonds*

99% 99%
85 3g 855s
107%
107
67
1 0 7 * 108
104
105
90*4 91%

102 %

105%
105
§1151* 116
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10 0
1231*
llli*
108%
1 0 7 1*

125
113

109
108

9 3 i*
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115
1031*
§ ........ 108
9 4 i* 95%
117
116
116
11734
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95%

90
129
126%
99
9 3 i*
1001 *
117

99%

1281*
1145s
107

112

112
100
1171*
119%

110

1031* 10334
78% 79

107%
102
106
100
90

112

101
95

113

109

95%
94 % 9 5 %
104%
103%
102%
100
101%
100% 101%
104
U01
110
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9514

107
115% 1 1 6 %
108%
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B id .

N . Y . C e n tra l & H .R . R R .— (C o n .)—
P itts . M c K e e s . & Y o u g h .—
141
1st 6s, 193 2......................... J& J
13L
2d, 6s, gu a r. 1 9 3 4 .............. J& J
M cK .& B .Y .l8 t,6 s , g, 1918. J&J 126%
L a k e S h o re & M ic h ig a n So.—
Con. g .,3 % s , J u n e ! , 1 9 9 7 .J & D 106%
D e t M on . & f . — 1st,7s,’ 06.F & A 112
L a k e S .,C o n s . 2d, 7 s,1903 J & D 104%
M a h on . C. R R .— 1st, 5s, ’ 34. J& J 127%
K . A . & G r, R .— 1st, 5s, ’ 38.J& J 127
K a l& W .P ig 'n M t . ,g.,5s/40. J &J 122
M ic h ig a n C e n t r a l R e fu n d in g 3 %s, 1 9 5 2
M&N
5s, o o u .,iy 3 1 ,D .& B .C .d iv .M & S 127%
1st m tg . M . A i r L in e 4s, ’ 4 0 J & J 110%
1st,68,G ra n d R iv .Y .,1 9 0 9 .M & S 116
1st, 5s, K a l. & S .H ., 1 93 9 .M & N 120
1 st g., 3% s, J .L .& S a g ., ’ 51.M & S $106%.
D e t.& B. C. B r id g e 8 s , ’ 03 .M & N 106
78
B a y C .& B .C .ls tM .g .3 s ,'8 9 J & D
78
B a t C. & 8.1 st gu .g .3 s,’ 8 9 .J & D
N . Y . C h ica g o & St. L o u is —
105%
1st, g. 4s, O c t . l, 1 9 3 7 .......... A & O
N . Y . & G r e e n w ’ d L a k e — 8ee E rie .
N .Y . & H a r le m —S ee N . Y . C. & H .
N . Y . L a c k . & W .— S ee D . L . & W .
N . Y . L . E . & W . C. & R R . —S ee E rie .
N . Y . & L . B r .— See C ent. o f N . J.
N .Y . & M . B e a c h —S ee L o n g Is la n d .
N . Y . N e w H a v e n & H a r t io r d —
1st, re g is te r e d , 4s, 1903 ___ J & D 100
C o n v. deb ., 4s, 1903-1908.. A & O 220
D eb . 4s, 1 9 4 7 ......................... M & S $116
3% s, M a rc h , 1947-49________ M &S $104%
B o s to n & N e w Y o r k A i r L in e —
1st, 5s, A u g . 1, 1 9 0 5 ......... F & A 105
D a n b u ry & N o r w a lk Con. 5s, J u ly 1, 1 9 2 0 ......... J&J 117
G en. 5s, A p r il 1, 1 9 2 5 ____A & O 113
H a r le m R iv e r & P o rtc h e s te r—
1st, 78, gu ar., O ct., 1 9 0 3 ..A & O §103
1st, 6s, gu a r., O c t , 1 9 0 3 .A & O §101%
2d, 4s, gu a r. J u n e, 1911 ..J & D $102
H o n s a to n ic —
1st, 4s, 1 9 1 0 ....................... A & O 103
C o n .g ., 5s, 1 9 3 7 ............... M & N 132%
N e w E n g la n d R R .—
N .Y . & N . E .,ls t , 7s, 1 9 0 5 ..J & J 108%
105%
1 s t 6s, J an ., 190 5..........J & J
C on sol, g., 5s, J u ly 1.1945.J&J $137
N . Y .& N . E .B o .T . ls t 4 s ’ 3 9 .A & 0 $107
W oo n . & P .,ls t,g u .,5 s / 1 0 . A & O $105
N ew H aven & D e rb y 119
C onsol. 5s, 1 9 1 8 ................M & N
N e w H a v e n & N o rth a m p to n —
C on sol. 6s, A p r il, 1 9 0 9 — A & O 113
108
N o r th e x t , 5s. 1 9 1 1 .........A & O
N e w Y o r k P r o v id . & B o s t o n G en . g. 4s, A p r il 1, 1942. A & O 109
S h ore L in e — 1st 4% s, 1 9 1 0 .. M & S 106
N e w Y o r k O n ta rio & W e s t e r n R e f., 1st, g., 4s, J u n e, 1 9 9 2 .M & S 103
1 st 5s, g o ld n otes, 1902-15..J & D B asis
N e w Y o r k P e n n s y lv a n ia & O h i o P r io r lie n 4% s, 1 9 3 5 ............. M & S 108
E q u ip , tru s t, 5s, 1908 & '1 0 .. V ar. 100
N . Y . P h ila . & N o r —
lB t g. 4s, Jan. 1, 193 9.......... J & J 102 %
90
In c o m e 4s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 3 9 — M & N
N . Y . & P u tn a m — S ee N . Y . C. & H .
N .Y .& R o o k a w a y B c h .— S ee L . I.
N e w Y o r k Susq. & W .—S ee E rie .
N o d a w a y V a l.—S eeK .C .S t.J .& O .B .
N o r f . & C a ro .— S ee A t l. C o a st L in e.
N o r fo lk & S ou th ern —
1st, g o ld , 5s. 1 9 4 1 .................M & N 115%
N or. & M o n tr e a l—S ee N . Y . C.
N o r fo lk & W e s t e r n G e n e ra l 6s, 1 9 3 1 ...................M & N 133
N e w R iv e r , 1st, 6s, 1 9 3 2 .... A & O
Im p ’ t and e x te n ., 6s. 1934 .F & A 132%
C o l.C o n .& T e r .,ls t,5 8 ,g .,’ 22.J&.T 109
S c io to V a l.& N .E .,1st,4s,'8 9 .M & N 101 %
N .& W .R y .la t co n .,g.,4 s,’ 9 6 .A & 0 101%
92%
N . & W ., P o c a h o n ta s 4s, ’ 41.J & D
N o rth . R y . o f C a l.—S ee Sou. P ac.
N o rth e rn 111.—S ee Chic. & N . W.
N o rth e a s t P e n n s y lv a n ia —
97%
1 s t g., gu., 5s, 1920...............A & O
N o r t h e a s t o f South C a r o lin a —See
A t la n t ic C o a s t L in e o f 8. C.
N o rth e rn C a lifo r n ia R y ,—Be© Sent h ern P
N o rth fim O en tra l—
Con. gen . M .# 6s, C, 1 9 0 4 .... J& J 1 0 7
t
. K , M ., -i,
;x
E, 1 9 2 5 ... A & O 117
M o r tb d s ,,5 s , 1 9 2 6 ,ser. A . ..J & J 125%
M o rt. bonds, 5s, 1926, Her. B .J& J 125%
N o rth e rn N . J ,— 1st 6 h, 1 9 1 7 ..J&J 115
N o rth ern O h io—He© L. E. & W e s t
N o rth e r a P a e 1 e —
fi
W est, o f M in n .. 1st, 7 »/ 0 7 ..M & N 1 05
S t Pau l & N o . P ao., 6s,g.,’ 2 3 .F & A 1 2 8 %
128
R eg . certs., 6ft, 1 9 2 3 ...... -Q --F
P r io r lien,g.,4ft, Jan., 1997,. Q J 105
74%
Gen. lie n , g., 3ft, J a m , 2047, Q — K
B t P. & D. D iv., g.,4ft.1996 J & D 101
W a s h , C e n t . 1 ftt g . , 4 m, 1 9 4 8 % M
94

A sk.

.......
107%
.......

130
...
107%

106

100%

104
U>3
103
135%

108%

104
4% %

103%
93

102
93

a elttc
108

127%

127%

131
130
105%
75
103
94 %

a R . & t£. ( i o l l . 4ft. - S e e ( i t N o .
S t Paul & D u lu th —
] ftt, 5ft, 1 9 3 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . F A A
104
2 d m o r t g a g e 5 h. 1 9 1 7 . . .
A&0
11
111
l o t c o n s o l , g . , 4ft. 1 0 0 8 — J & D
9 ft % 101
110
D u l . Hh. L i n n , g t d , , 5 f t , ' 1 0 . . M & S 1 0 4
103
T a y . F a l l s & D .H up,,6ft , VI4 J & J
I 15
##*m * 123 %
m
D i l l . U n i o n D e i n , 5ft. ’ 3 0 . A & O § 1 1 7
102
N o r t h e r n F u e l lie T e r . C o .
1 s t 6ft, 1 9 3 3 ...........- ...................J & J
118%
A ........ 3F2%
N o r t h P a c i f i c C o a s t R R . B o o N o r f h H lio r 0 R y
JO . . . . .
N orth P e n n s y lv a n ia
1 St M .,4 ft, e x t e n d e d , 1 0 3 6 M & N
110
1 108%j —
i >ob., 6 a , 1 9 0 5 , .............
M&S
104%
G n m m o r t . 7 s , 1 0 0 3 ......... . . J & J
104%
123 %i 1 2 4
§ 1 0 3 % ! 104 ! N o r t h S h o r e R y ( C a b )

93

O s w e g o & R o m e—
2d, 5ft, M a y 1, 1 9 1 5 . . . . . . . F & A
1st m ort., 7ft, 1915............M & N
M o h a w k & M a lo n e
1st, 4ft. g., 1991------. . . . ..M & S
Borne W a terto w n & O gden
Cons, g., 5ft, J u ly , 1922. . A & O
Cons. g ,3 % ft,J n ly , 1 9 2 2 .A & O
R. W . & O .T er, E. I m .5 »# 918. M & N 1 1 1
l
W a t & H om e 1st, 6ft, 191 0..M &S i n
U tic a & B, R lv ,,4 ft ,g .,1922. J& J: 108
W eetTran s11C o.. 4 %*. i 003. F & a ! 101
I P o r c h a fte r al**r> p a y

A sk.

4 1

Oner* te d 1 n

......
f . ......

j 111
I......

1st, g

Sinking fund, May 1,

19 12
...
M&N
N o r . P a o , O o m d f m , g „ 19.3 V J & J
.

i f n i Amfi rm

Hw,le p r i c e .

10 1
] D>

102

B onds.

B id .

A sk .

N o rw ic h & W o r c e s t e r 48, M a rc h 1, 1 9 2 7 .................M & S § ....... 112'%
O g d 'b 'g & L . C h am .— S ee R u tla n d
O h io I. & W .—C. C. O. & S t L .
O hio & W . V a . —See H o o k in g V a l.
118
O h io R iv e r R R .— 1st g.,5 sJ3 6 .J& D 115
112
G en. go ld 5 8 .1 9 3 7 ................ A & O 108
105
H u n t & B . S., 1st, 6 s, 1922. J& J
R a v .S p e n .& G „ l s t , 6s,1920. F & A 105
O ld C o lo n y—
4% s, A p r i l 1, 1 9 0 4 ................ A & O $101% 102%
1< 1%
4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 0 4 ...................... J&J $101
111
48, g o ld , F e b . 1 ,1 9 2 4 ........... F & A y
U1%
48, D ec. 1, 1 9 2 5 ..................... J& D \
4s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 3 8 ....................J& J S ........ 11434
■■brat
B. C. F . & N . B. 5s. 1 9 1 0 .. ..J& J $107
O m a h a & 8 t. L . — S ee W abash.
O re g o n & C a lifo r n ia — See So. Pao.
O re g o n R R . & N a v .— S ee U n . Pac.
O re go n S h o rt L in e - S e e U n io n Pao.
O sw eg o & R o m e —S ee N . Y . Cent.
O sw eg o & S yracu se—See D .L . & W
O ttu m w a C .F .& S t.P .— S eeC .& N .W .
P a c ific C o a st Co.—S ee M isc ella n 'a .
P a n a m a —1 st, 4 % s, g ., 1 9 1 7 .. A & O 102 % 105
99%
S u b sidy bon d s, 6 s, 191 0___ M & N
P ec o s V a l. & N o rth e a s te rn —
85
1st g., 5s, J a n . l, 1 9 4 8 ........... J&J
P e n n s y lv a n ia R R .—
121
G en ., 6 s, $, r., J u ly , 1910 ..A & O 120
do
6 s, $ , c , J u ly , 1 9 1 0 ...J & J 12134 122
115
do
6 s, &, c, J u ly , 1 9 1 0 ... J&J $114
108
Con. m o r t 68 , c,1 9 0 5 . . . J 15&D15 l o 7
105
do
6 s, £, 1 9 0 5 ...........J&J $103
122
123
do
5s, g ., 1919.. c M &S
117
do
4s, g o ld , 1 9 4 3 ...M & N 116
102
do
3% s, g., £, 1 9 4 5 ..J&J H 0 0
108
C o lla te r a l T r., j;.,4 % s , 1913.J & D ^ 107
Col. tr. 4s, P h .W . & B., 1921. J&J 109% 10934
R .E .p u r .m o n e y ,ls t g.4s, ’ 23M & N 110
E q u ip . T r .. g. 4s, '1 4 , ser. A .M & S 103
C o n v .& o p t. 3% s, g .,'1 2 (w .i) M & N 104 ^ 1 0 4 %
P e n n . C a r T ru s t, 3% s,
g ’ d.,
Basis
4%
F e b . 1, 1903 to 191 0......... Q-F
C le v e la n d & M a r ie tt a —
1st, gu a r., g. 4% s, 1 9 3 5 .. M & N 108% 111
C le v e . & P itts b u r g —
Ser. A , 4 % s,gen .,g td ., 1942. J &J 122%
S er.B ,4% s, g e n .,g td .,1942. A & O 121 %
102%
Ser. C .,3 % s ,g e n .g t d .,’ 4 8 .M & N
Ser. D , 3% s. gen . g t d , '5 0 .F & A i0 3 **
D el. R iv e r R R . & B .—
G u a r .,g ., 1936..................... F & A 106
E r ie & P itts b u r g —
102%
G en. gu., g.,3 % 8 , Ser. B ,’ 40J&J
P e n n s y lv a n ia C o .—
I s t M . g. 4 % s, 1 9 2 1 ............J& J 112% 113%
9b% ___
Gu. tr. cts., g. 3% s, 1937..M & S
*
Gu. t r c e r t s . , 3 % ,1 9 4 1 .F & & 5 at,1 97%
G uar, tru s t g o ld 3% s, c a ll 115
y e a r ly to 19 L6 ................ M & N $ 97% 98
P h il. G erm . & Chest. H ill—
.. ..
l s t g ' d 4% s, 1 9 1 3 ............M & N 105
P it t . C. C. & St. L .—
C o n .,g .g t.4 % s ,s e r.A ,1 9 4 0 .A & 0 114% 1153a
do
do
ser, B ,1942. A & O 114% 11030
do
d o ser. 0 , 1 9 4 2 . M & N 113
108
do
48, ser D , 1 9 4 5 .M & N 106
96
97%
do
3 % s ,s e r.E ,1 9 4 9 .F & A
107
C o l.& I . C . , l s t 7 s ,N o v .,'0 4 .J& J $106
107
2d, M. 7 s ,1 9 0 4 ................ M & N $106
- - • ••
C .S t.L .& P itt8 .l8 t,5 s ,g ,'3 2 . A & O 122
• • » ••
J eff. M a d .& In d .ls t,7 s ,’ 06. A & O n o
118
J. M . & I. 2d M ., 7s, 1910...J&J $115
114%
Steub. & I n d .ls t , 58,1914. ^ ^ $ 113
U n. & L o g ’ nsp 7 s ,D e o .,'0 5 .A & 0 $ i07
P . F t W . & C .,7 s, J u ly l,'1 2 .V a r . 131%
2d, 7s, J u ly 1, 1912
V ar. 131%
L28
3d, 7s, J u ly 1, 1912 ........ A & O
123
A ile g . V a l., 1st M .. 7s, 1910. A & O 122
G e n e ra l, 4 sf g o ld , 1 9 4 2 .. .M & S 108% H)9
116
B a lt C h e s . & A t , l8 t g . 5 s , ’ 34. M A S $112
Sun. & L e w . l s t g . , 4s, 1 9 3 6 ..J& J 103
— •*
P en n & N . Y . C a n a l— S ee L e h ig h V.
P e n n s y lv a n ia & N o r t h w e s t e r n 116 117%
G en. 5s, Jan. 1, 1 9 3 0 ............ J&J
L05
B e ils G ap , 1st, 6 s, 1 9 0 5 ___ F & A
l 12
Cons. m ort. 6 s, 1 9 1 3 .........A & O
O le a rti'd & Jeff. l8t,6fl>1027.J&«l 12a
P en o b sco t Shu L in e — See M e. C en t
P en sa co la & A t l.—S ee L o u . & Nash
^ e o ria & E a s t - S e e O. 0 . 0 . & St. I .
P e o ria & P e ld 11 T e r m in a l—S ee 8 t r . |Ry's.
P e o ria & P ek in U n ion ­
123
i s t 6 s. F eb . 1,1921 ............... Q -F
2d m o rt., g., 4%s, Feb. 1/21.M & N 100
— *
F e r e M a rq u e tte H H .—
110
Ohio. & W . M ich. 5s, 1921. J & D $ 109
no
O h.& N. M ich., 5s, g u ./ 3 l.M & N : 109
D e t r o it G ran d R a p id s & W o s t'm
99% 100
1 s t 4ft, A pri 1 1, 1946 . . . . A & U
F lin t & F e r e M a rq u e tte G o ld , (Mj> 1920.......
A & O 124 % 120
i 11
1st con., g o ld , 5 h, 1039. .M & N
F t 1 aron 1)1 v .,g, 5 h, 1939. A & O 113
1
—
P erk lo m en no
1 s t ser,, 5s, J an . 1,1918 ------ Q J
100
2d series, 6 s, Jan. 1, 1918.
P etersb u rg He© A t. C o a st Dine.
Ph ila. & B a ltim o re C e n tra l
1st, 5 h, 191 1 .........
.M A N ! 105
Iftt, 4 % h. l l i l l ...............
M A N 100
P h ila d e lp h ia & E rie
188
G en era l, gu ar., Oft, g.» 1920.M &J 132
G em , g., 5ft, J u ly 1, 1920...
i 120% 121%
G em , g,, 4 h, J u ly 1,1920 . . . A & < » 108% 1 09
Pfijl. G er.& C h efL M ill H e e P a .K K I
Ph ila. H a rrisb u rg & Plttftb u rg
»..--«
l i t m o r t . gold , 5s, 1925 . . . A & D
P h ila d e lp h ia N e w to w n & N. Y.
74
1 s t m ort,, red, tf) 3 r , 1942 . A & O
——
Phila, & R e a d in g Bee R eading,
'h ila d e lp h la W. & B a ltim o re
D eb en tu re, s. f., 5«» 1910
J& D i u)8
D eben tu re, 4ft. J9 1 7 .........- - A A t » j 10(1 108%
D ebentu re, 4s, 1922 . . . ... M & N 1 108
-*»**»*»
DebiUiture, g,, 4ft, 1920 .....J & j 105
I )eben tore, g . . 4ft, 19 3 2 ...... A & O 1 109

U

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4 2
B onds.

B id .

Ask.

0
0

j"
Cl

P ie d m o n t & C u m b erla n d —
1st, g. 5s, A u g . 1, 19 1 1 ........ F & A
P 'n e C re e k —
G u a r .,68, re g . 193 2............. J & D (1 3 3
P itts. B e ssem er & L a k e E r ie —
P . 8. & L . E . 1st g., 5s, 1940. A & O 120
C o n s o l.ls t g.,5s, J u ly l ,’43. J & J $115
P .B .& L .E . con . g., 58,1947. J& J §118
D eb ., g » 5 s , 1 9 1 9 .................. J & D 105
P itts . C. C. & St. L . —S ee P en n . Co.
P it t s C. & St. L .—See P e n n . Co
P itts . C har. & Y o u g h io g h e n y —
96
G en . m o rt., g td ., 4s. 1 9 3 2 ..A & O
P itts . C le v e la n d & T o le d o —
1 st,6s, 1922............................. A & O 122
P itts . F t. W . & C.— See P en n . Co.
P itts b u r g J u n c tio n —see B. & O.—
P it t s b u r g & L a k e E r i e —
1st, g ., 6s, 192 8........................J& J 135
2d, 5s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 2 8 .............. A & O 114
P itts . M c K . & Y o u g h .—S ee N . Y . C
P itts . S h a w m u t & N o r t h e r n —
70
1st, g., 5s, F e b . 1 ,1 9 4 9 .......F & A
P itts . S n en .& L .E —See P .B e s s .& L .E
P itts b u rg & W e s te rn —
1st, 48, 1 9 1 7 ...
. . . . ----- J&J 101% 102*2
do
J. P . M . & C o . c e r t f - .
101*4
F o x b . B r id g e — 1st, 6s. iy 0 2 M & S ' W
P itts b u rg Y o u n g s t. & A s h ta b u la A s h ta b .& P itts . 1 st,6s,1908.F & A
C on sol. 5s, 192 7 .....................M & N
P o n tia c O x fo r d & N o rth e rn —
1st, g., 6s. J u ly 1, 1 9 1 6 ....... J&J n o
P o r tla n d & O gd en s b u rg—
Con. m o rt., 5s, 1 9 0 8 .......... M & N §108*2
P o r t. & R o ch .—S ee Bos. & M a in e
P o r tla n d & R u m fo r d F a lls —
1st, g o ld , 4s, N o v ., 1926 . M& N §105
101
D e b e n tu re 4s, A u g ., 1 9 2 7 ..F & A
P o r t R e a d in g l e t , gu a r., 5s. 1 9 4 1 ..........
J&J 110
P o rts m o u th G ’ t F a lls & C o n w a y —
S ee B o sto n & M a in e.
P o to m a c V a lle y —
1st, gu. 5s, g., 1 9 4 1 ................ J&J 119
P r o v id e n c e & W o r c e s te r—
1st 4s, O ct. 1, 194 7 ...............A & O §114
R a le ig h & A u g .—See Sea. A i r L in e .
R a le ig h & G as.—S ee S e a .A ir L in e
R a r ita n R iv e r R y .—
1st g. 5s, Jan. 1, 1 9 3 9 .......... J & J §100
R e a d in g C o m p a n y G en ., g,, 4s, Jan. 1, 1 9 9 7 — J& J 100*4 100*2
96*4 9 6%
J er. Cen. c o ll, g 4s, 1 9 5 1 ..A & O
98
W ilm .& N o .c o l.4 s,xed .at 105. Q-M
E q u ip . B. 4 *28—
M a r .lJ .9 0 2 ,to S e p t.,1909.M & 8 § 99
P h lla . & R e a d in g —
2d, 5s, g o ld , 19 3 3 ..................A & O 131
132*2
1st, 4 *28, 1 9 1 0 .........................J& J 110
1st, 6s, 1 9 1 0 ............................ J& J 122
125*2 12534
Con. M ., 7s, 1911, r e g ...........J & D
C onsol, m o rt., g., 6s, 1911. J & D 118*2 119
109
109%
Im p . e x te n ., g. 4s, 1 9 4 7 ___ A & O
Cons, e x te n . go ld , 4s, 1937. M &S io a *$ 109
S in k in g fu n d e x te n d .4 s , ’ 32. F & A 100
126
T e rm ., 5s,g., gu ., M a y 1/41. Q -F 125
D e l. R .T e r ., p. m on . g. 5S/42M & N 110
E x . pur. m on. g. 5s, 1 9 4 2 ..J&J 110
W ilm .& N o . 1st, 58,1907-27.. J& D >103
G en ., g ., 5s, A u g , 1, 1932. -Q -F >104
B en s. & S a ra to g a — See D e l. & H u d.
R e p u b lic a n V a l.— S ee C. B. & Q.
R ic h m o n d & D a n v .—S ee So. R y .
R ich . F r e d r ic k s b ’ g & P o t o m a c E x te n d e d , 5s. 1 9 0 2 ................ J& J 104
110
Cons. m o rt. 4 *28 , 1 9 4 0 ___ A & O
R ic h . H i l l — See K . C. F t. S. & M.
R ic h m o n d & M e c k le n b u rg — See
S ou th ern R y .
R ich m o n d & P e te r s b u rg — See A t ­
la n tic C o a st L in e o f V a .
jS.lchmond Y o r k R iv e r & Ches.—
S ee Sou thern R y .
R io G ra n d e J u n c t io n le t , gu., 5s, 193 9....................J & D 112*2
R io G ra n d e S o u t h e r n 83
l e t , g. 4s, 1 9 4 0 .........................J& J
84
94*2 95
1st g. 4 b. gu ar., 1 9 4 0 .............J& J
R io G ra n d e W e s t e r n l e t , g. 4s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 3 9 .. .
J& J 101
93% 94
M o rt.& c o l.tr.g .4 s / 4 9 .s e r.A . A & O
93*2
U t.C e n t.,4 s ,g d .,g ..J a n .l/ 1 7 .A & 0
R ooh. & P it t s .—See B uff. R . & P .
R o c k Is la n d & P e o r ia —
C onsol. 1st, 6 8 ,1 9 2 5 .............. J&J 125
R o m e W . & O.—See N . Y . C. & H .
R u tla n d — Is tM .,6 s ,N o v . 1902.M & N §100
Con. 4*28, J u ly 1, 1 9 4 1 .........J&J §113
115*2
B e n n .& R u t.,4 *2 S ,g ., 1 9 2 7 .M & N §105
O g d .& L.C h. 1et, g., gu.4s/48. J&J §103
104*2
R u tl.C a n a d .lst,g .,g u .,4 s/ 4 9 .J & J §103
104*2
C ar.tr. ,g. ,4 has, 1903 to 1917. A & O B a sis 4*4%
St. C h a rles B r.—S ee W ab ash R R .
St. C la ir M ad. & St. L . B e lt—
A lto n B r id g e 1st, g., 5 s.1933.J&J
86
St. Johns. & L . C h a m p la in —
1st g. 5s, M arc h 1, 1 9 4 4 ___ M &S §130
136
8t. J oseph & G ra n d Is la n d .—
1st, g., 2-3-48,1947................ J&J
99*4 100
St. L a w re n c e & A d iro n d a c k —
1st 5s, g., 1996......................... J&J $......... 118
2d, g.. 6s, 199 6.......................A & O
8t. L o u is A l. & T . H .—See 111. Cent.
Bt. L o u is B r.—See T e r m . R R A s s ’ n
St. L . & C a iro —See M o b ile & O hio
St. L . & Ir o n M t.—See M o. Pao.
8t. L . K a n . C ity & N .—S ee W abash.
Bt. L . M er. B r id g e Co.—S ee T e rm .
R R . A s s ’ n.
St. L . S o.—See Illin o is C e n tra l
St. L o u is & San F ra n c is c o —
2d, g.f 6s, class B, 1 9 0 6 .... M & N 108
109
2d, g .,6 s , class C, 1 9 0 6 ....M & N 108
109
G en . m o rt., g., 6s, 1 9 3 1 .........J&J 132
133*2
C o ll. tr.. s. f., g.. 6s, 1 9 2 0 ...F & A 117
119
G en . m o rt., g., 5s, 193 1.........J&J 116 34 118

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St. L o u is & San F r a n c is c o — (Con. C o l l , tru st, g., 5s, 198 7....... A & O 112
100
Cons. g. 4s, 1 9 9 6 ...................J& J
—
Sou. W est. D iv . g. 5s, 1 9 4 7 .A & 0 100
St. L . W . & W „ g., 6 s. 1919.M & S
R e fu n d in g , g , 4s, 1 9 5 1 ....... . .J&J '9 7 *4 98*2
St. L o u is S o u th w e s te rn .—
1st, g., 4s, 1989, c e r t fs ........ M & N 100
100*2
87
2d .g .,in c .4 s ,N o v ..1989,c e r t .. J &J
*•
T r u s t Co. c e r t ific a te s ..............
G ra y s P t .T e r m . s. 5s, 1947..J & D 102
........
St. L o u is T r o y & E a s te r n R R —
6 s, 1 9 1 9 .......................
J & D §101
103*2
St. P a u l & D u lu th — S ee N o r. Pao.
St. P a u l M in n . & M a n ito b a —
2d, n o w 1st, g. 6 s, 1 9 0 9 ___ A & O 5........ 1 )4 %
D ak. e x t., 1st 6 s, g ., 1 9 1 0 ..M & N §■....... 116*4
140
1st con sol., g „ 6 s, 1933........ J&J
Is t c o n ., red. to 4*28,g ,,1 9 3 3 .J&J 115
115*2
M o n ta n a e x t., 1st, 4s, 1937 J & D 105*2
105
P a c ific e x t., 1st, 4s, &, 1 9 4 0 .J&J J103
M in n . U n io n 1st, 6 s, 1 9 2 2 ...J&J 126
1 st 5s, J u ly , 1 9 2 2 ................ J&J 109
M o n ta n a C en .,1st,g d .g . 6 s,37 J&J 140*2
1st, gu ar., g o ld , 5s, 1 9 3 7 ..J&J 123*2
E a st. M in n . 1st. g., 5s,1908.A & O 10o%
N o r. d iv . 1st, g., 4e, 1 9 4 8 .A & O 10 6*8
W il. & S. F . 1st, 5 %.g.,1 9 3 8 .J & D 123
M in n. & W e s .ls t g , 5s, 1911. J&J 108
St. P . & N o . P a c .—S ee N o r. P a cific .
St. P . & S io u x C.— See C .S t.P .M .& O
San A n t. & A ra n . P a ss— S ee 80 . P ac.
San F ra n c is c o & N o r. P a c ific ­
i s t , g., 5s, sin k’ g fu n d , 1919 .J &J
S a n .F r.& S J o .V a l.—S ee A .T .& S .F .
S an ta F e P r e s c o tt & P h oen ix—
1st M .,5 s , g., 1 9 4 2 ................ M & S 112
S au lt Ste. M a r ie B r id g e —
1st M .,s .f.,g .,5 s , J u ly 1 , ’ 3 7 . J&J 105
S au lt Ste. M a rie & S o u th w es t.—
S ee Chic. St. P . M in n . & O m aha.
S avan n ah F lo r id a & W e s t e r n l e t M ., g ., 6 s, 1 9 3 4 ................ A & O 129*2
1 st M ., g., 5s, 1 9 3 4 ...............A & O 114*2
Cons. M ., go ld , 5s, 1 9 4 3 — M & N
A la . M id. - l e t g u .g .5 s / 2 8 ..M & N i l 2 “ L14
C h a rles to n & S a v a n n a h —
G en . 7s, g., Jan . 1, 1 9 3 6 ..J & J 125
95
St. J. R iv . D iv ., g., 4s, 193 4. .J&J
Bruns. & W e s t., 1 st 4 e , 1938. J & J § ........
98*2
97*2
S il.S p ’ g s O c .& G u lf—4 s,g / 1 8 . J &J
S cioto V a l. & N . E .— S ee N o r. & W
S ch en ecta d y & D u a n ee b u rg —
1st gu ar. 6 s, 1 9 2 4 ................ M & S 115
S c h u y lk ill R iv e r — S ee B . & O.
S eab oard A i r L i n e G u ar. g.. 5s. O ct. 1, 1 9 0 2 ...A & O 101*2 101%
85*2 85%
1st, g., 4s, A p r . 1, 1 9 5 0 — A & O
C o ll, tr., g., 5 s ,M a y 1 ,1 9 1 1 .M & N 103-4 103*2
.
E q u ip , n otes, 5s, 1902-’0 4 .. J & J §100
99
100
Car. C e n tra l— 1 s tg. 4s, 1949.J& J
F lo r id a C e n tra l & P e n in s u la 107*4
1 st, g o ld , 5s, 1 9 1 8 ............ J&J
l s t , l . g . e x t . 5 s , g o ld , 1930.J& J 10o*4
1st, con. 5s, g o ld , 1 9 4 3 ---- J& J 108
S o .B o u n d ,ls t g.,5 s ,1941. .A & O 112
G e o r g ia & A la b a m a —
1st con .M .,g.,5 s,O ct.,1 9 4 5 .J& J 113*8 115*2
G a. & A la . T e r m .—
110
1st g. 5s, D ec. 1 ,1 9 4 8 .. J & D 107
G a. Car. & N .— 1st, 5s, g , ’ 29 . J&J 114*4 115
n a l’ g h & A u g ’ sta — 1 st,6s,’ 26. J &J 122
R a l’ g h & G a s t’ n— ls tg .5 s / 4 7 .J &J 112
Scab. & R o a n o k e— ls t 5 s ,’ 26.J&J 114*4
D eb. 6 s ,a fte r J u ly 1,1916. F & A 112*2 116
S ea coa st R R . o f N e w J e r s e y —
P r . l ’n g . 5s, 1 9 4 8 .................. A & O 112
S ham okin S un bu ry& L e w is b u r g .—
1st, 5s, M a y 1 ,1 9 1 2 .............M & N §106
2d, 6 s, g., J u ly 1, 1 9 2 5 .......... J&J §107
Shore L in e —See N . Y . N . H . & H.
115
S ie rr a R y .o fC a l.— 1st,g ., 6 s ’ 37A & O
S il.S p .O oa la & G .— S e e S a v .F la .& W .
S iou x C. & P a c .— See C h ic. & N . W .
Sodus B a y & S o u t h e r n le t , 5s, g. 1 9 2 4 ....................... J&J 103
So. Car. & G a .—S ee S ou th ern R y .
S ou thern In d ia n a R y .—
1st, g., 4s, 1 9 5 1 .................... F & A §■....... 96
Sou thern P a c ific Co.—
99*2 99%
4 *28, g , Dec. 1, 1902-1905 J & D
9 2 S 92%
C o ll.tr. 4s (0. P . ),A u g . 1,1949. J & D
C e n tra l P a c ific ­
i s t r e f ’d ’ g 4 s,g.,g’ d, 1949. .F & A 102% L03
bS
88*4
M. 3 *28, g .,g ’d .,A u g . 1/29.J & D
G a l.H a r.& S .A n .6 s , g., 1 9 1 0 F & A 113
2d m o rt., 7s, 1 9 0 5 .............. J & D 104
M ex . & P . D iv ., ls t,5 s / 3 1 .M & N 107%
H o u s to n E a s t & W e s t T e x a s —
1st 5s, g., M a y 1, 1933. ..M & N 107
1st gu a r. g. 5s,M ar., 1933.M & N 103
H o u s to n & T e x a s C e n tr a l­
112%
i s t 1. g., g ., 5s, 1937.............J&J 112
114
C on sol., 1. g., g o ld , 6s, 1912. A & O 112
95
96
G en ., go ld . 4s, 1921........... A & O
126
W a c o & N .W D iv .6 s ,g ./ 3 0 M & N §M o rg a n ’s L o u is ’ a. & T e x a s —
1st m ort., 7s, 1 9 1 8 ......... A & O 132 S 135 ^
1st g. 6 8,1920...................... J& J 123*2
107
O re g o n & Cal. 1st 5s,1 9 2 7 ...J & J 106
90% 91*4
S. A .& A r . P ass..g.,gu ., 4s/43. J & J
T e x a s & N . 0 . 1st, 7s, 1 9 0 5 ..F & A
S ab in e D iv ., 1st, 6s, 1912.M & S 111*2
C on sol., g o ld , 5s, 1943.......J&J 107
South P a o ifio A r iz o n a —
1st g. 6s, M ar., 1 9 0 9 ......... .J & j 113
1 st g. 6s, M a rch 1, 1 9 1 0 ..J & J 114%
S ou th ern P a citio R R ., C a l.—
107*2
l8 t,g .6 s s e r. A , A p r. 1,1905, A & O 107
1st, g .6 s .s e r.B ,O c t.l,1905, A & O 107*58
ls t,g .6 s . ser. C & D , 1906... A & O 110
110*4
1st, g. 6s, ser. E & F , 1 9 1 2 .,A & O 120*4 120%
1st con., g., 5s, gu., 1 9 3 7 .M & N 119*2
1st con, g.5s, s tp ’g 0 5 -3 7 .M & N 109*4 109 *2
A u st. & N o r. 1st, 5s, g., ’4 1 . .. J&J 105
141"
So. P a c ific B r. 6s, 1 9 3 7 ........ A & O 140
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S ou thern P a c ific Co.— (C on .) —
90
So. P a e .C o a s t ls t , g., 4 S / 3 7 ..J & J
So. P ao. N . M . 1st, 6s, 1 9 1 1 ..J&J 115%
C a lifo r n ia P a c ific ­
i s t m o rt., 4*28, g., 1 9 1 2 ...J & J 104
2 d m o rt., g., g ’ d i * 2 S, 1 9 1 1 .J & J 103
3d m o rt. 6 s ,g .,g ’ d 1905 — J& J 104
95
98
3d m o r t 3s, g., 1905..........J& J
N o .R y .o fC a l.,l8 t6 s ,g .g u / 0 7 .J &J 109
5s, g o ld , gu a r., 193 8.......... A & O 117*2
N o r t h Cal. R y . g., 5 8 ,1 9 2 9 ..J & D 114%
G ila V a l. G lo b e & N o rth e rn —
1st, g., 5s, N o v . 1, 1 9 2 4 ..M & N 108
Southern R a ilw a y —
123*2
1st, co n sol., g o ld , 5s, 1 9 9 4 ..J&J 123
117*2
E. T erm . re or. lie n , 5s, 1 9 3 8 .. M & S
1st M e m .d iv .g . 4*2-5s.’ 9 6 . .. J&J 115
2 d M e m .d iv *5 s , 1996............A & O
S t.L o u is D iv . 1 st g. 4s, 1951.J&J
A la . C ent. 1st g.. 6s, 1 9 1 8 ...J&J 119
A t la n t a & Ch. A ir-B .
E x te n . 4s, Jan . 1 9 ,1 9 0 7 ..A & O 101*2
116
1st, 7s, 1 9 0 7 .........................J & J 115
97*2 98*4
A tl.& D a n v ille ,1st, 4 s.,1948. J& J
98
A t l. & Y a d ., ls t,g u .g .4 s .’ 49. A & O
A tl.T e n n .& O .— ls t,M .6 s / 1 3 A & O 108
107
A u g . South, g. 5s, 1 9 2 4 ....... J & D
Char. C ol. & "A u g u sta —
1st M ., g o ld , ex t. 5s,1 9 0 9 ..J&J 122
2d M. 7s, 1 9 1 0 .........
A & O 114
C ol. & G reen . 1st, 6s, 1 9 1 6 ... J& J 121 % 123
E. T . V a . & G a .—
D iv is io n a l g., 5s, 1 9 3 0 ....... J&J 119*8
C on sol., 1st, g .,5 s , 1 9 5 6 ..M & N 121
71
72*2
G a. M id. 1st, g., 3s, 1 9 4 6 . . . A & O
G a. P a c . 1st, g., 6s, 1 9 2 2 — J& J 128*4
99
G a. P a o . R y . eq u ip ., 5s, g ...V a r .
K n o x v . & 0 . 1st, g., 6s, 19'25. J&J 126*2
98
99
M o b ile & O. c >1 tr. 4 >,1938.M & S
.
Rich. & D a n . con., g., 6 s ,’ 15.J& J 122 S: 123*2
99
E q u ip ., s. f., g., 5s, 1 9 0 9 ..M & S
D e b ., 5s, stam ped, 1 9 2 7 .. A & O 111*4
R ich m o n d & M e c k le n b u rg —
90
1 st g. 4s, N o v . 1, 1 9 4 8 ...M & N
R ich m o n d Y o r k R iv e r & C h es.-1st, 5s, Jan . 1, 1 9 1 0 ........... J& J §100
2d e x t., 4*28, N o v .* 1910.,M & N § 95
South C a ro lin a & G e o r g ia .—
1st, g., 5s, 1 9 1 9 ................ M & N 110*2
100
S u m te r& W a t.R .5 s , g , ’ 19. A & O
V ir g in ia M i d l a n d S eries A , 68, 1 9 0 6 ...............M & S 106*2 108
117
S eries B , 6s, 1 9 1 1 ...............M & S 116
S eries C, 6s, 1 9 1 6 ............... M & S 1 2 0 % 123
116
S eries D , 4-5s, 1 9 2 1 ........... M &S 114
S eries E , 5s, 1 9 2 6 ...............M & S li4 * 4
S eries F , 5s, 1 9 3 1 ...............M & S 115
G e n e ra l, 5s, 1 9 3 6 ...............M & N 115*2
Do
g u a r ., s ta m p e d M & N
98%
W a8 h .O .& W .,ls t,g u .,4 s / 2 4 .F & A
W .N o .C a r.,ls tc o n .,g .,6 s / 1 4 .J & J 121
S. & N . A la . —S ee L o u is . & N ash.
S p a rta n U .& C o l.— S ee A sh v.& S p a r.
S p ok an e F a lls & N o r th e r n —
1st, 6s, g., 193 9........................ J&J 125
S ta te L in e & S u lliv a n —
95
1st g., 4 *28 , J a n . 1, 192 9....... J & J
S ta ten Is la n d R a ilw a y —
95
1 s t g ., 4 *28 , J u n e 1 ,1 9 4 3 ... J & D
S ta ten Is l R a p id T r a n —See B .& O.
steu b . & In d .—S ee P en n . Co.
S u m ter & W a te r . R .— See S. C .& G a .
S u n bu ry H a z le to n & W. B .—
1st, 5s, M a y 1 ,1 9 2 8 ............. M & N 107*2 109
2d m o rt., in o.6 s,1938, cou p .M & N 115
S u n bu ry & L e w .—S ee P en n . R R
S y ra c u s e B in g .& N .Y .—S e e D .L .& W
S yra cu se G e n e v a & C o rn in g —
1st M .. s. f., 7s, 1 9 0 5 ........... M & N 100
2d 5s, M ar. 1, 1 9 0 9 ...............M & S 1U0
T e b o . & N esh o .— S ee M o. K a n . & T.
T e r m ’ l R R . A s s o c ia tio n (St. L o u is )
114*4
1st, g o ld , 4 *2 ,1 9 3 9 ................ A & O §•
1st, con sol., go ld , 5s, 1 9 4 4 ..F & A 115
S t.L o u is B r .ls t , g.,7s, 1 9 2 9 .A & O 140
St. L . M e r. B r id g e T e r .—
1st, 5s, 193 0.........................A & O 112*2 113
117
M erch . B r id g e , 6s, 1 9 2 9 ..F & A 116
T e r r e H a u te & In d ia n a —
1st, 5s, g ., 1 9 2 5 ..................... J&J 102
N e w eon. 5s, g., 1 9 2 5 .............J&J 100
T e r r e H a u te & L o g a n s p o rt—
1st, gu ., 6s, Jan. 1, 1 9 1 0 ___ J& J 107
T e r r e H a u te & P e o r ia —
80
1st con. g 58, Sept. 1 ,1 9 4 2 .M & S
T e x a s C e n tr a l— 1st 5s, 1 9 2 3 .. A & O
T e x a s & N e w O rle a n s—S ee S o.P ao.
T e x a s & P a o ifio —
105
E ast. D iv ., 1st, 6s, 1 9 0 5 ___ M &S 103
1st, g o ld , 5s, J u n e, 2 0 0 0 ___ J & D 119
119*2
98*2 100
2d, in c., g., 5s, D eo., 2 0 0 0 ...M a r
L o u . D iv . 1st. g. 5s, 1 9 3 1 ...J & J
T o l. & O. C en t. 1st, 5s, g .,193 5.J&J 114*2
W e s t D iv ., 1st, 5s, g., 1 9 3 5 .A & O 110*2
G en. g.. 58, 1 9 3 5 ....................J & D 106
108*2
96
97
K a n a . & M ich ., 1 s t,4s, 1990. A & O
93
95
S t M a r y ’ s D iv ., 4 s,g., 1 9 5 1 .F & A
T o le d o P e o r ia & W estern —
93
1st, g., 4s, J u l y l , 1 9 1 7 ........J&J
94
T o le d o St. L . & W e s te rn —
90*2 93
P r . lie n , g., 3 *28, J u ly 1,1925. J&J
1st, g., 4s, A p r . 1, 1950.......A & O
83*2
T o l. W alh. V a l. & O h io.—
111
G en .,g .,gu .,4 *2 8 ,1 9 3 1 ,ser.A .J & J
G en . g .,g u . 4*28,1933 ser. B .J& J
111
T o ro n to H a m . & B u ffalo—
97
1st, g. 4s, J u ly 1, 1 9 4 6 ......... J & D
98*2
'1Toy & W . T . B r i d g e 110
58, 1 9 1 5 ................................... M & S 109
U is to r & D el. con., 5s, 1 9 2 8 ...J & D 111*2
U n ited N . J. R R . & C a n a l Co.
G en era l, go ld , 6s, 1 9 0 8 ......M & S 116*2 117
113
G en era l, go ld , 4s, 1 9 2 3 ...... F & A 110
G en era l, go ld , 4s, 1 9 2 9 ......M & S I I I
119
G e n e ra l, go ld , 4s, 1 9 4 4 ...... M & S 116
G en. 1st. g. 3 *28, M a r .1,1951. M&S §107%i 108

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Boston & Albany(Gnar.N.Y.C.)100 260
Iowa Central...........................100
48% 49%
106 106*4 •soston &Lowell(Guar.B.&M.).IOO v 235
P re f...................................... 100
87
88
107®,. 107% Boston & Maine..................... 1 0 0
203
90
Jackson Lans. A Sag. (Guar.)..100
95
183
Preferred.............................100
Joliet A Chicago (Guar.C.AA.).lOO 185
102% 103*2 Bos.& N. Y. Air-L.,pref. (Guar.). 100 108
Kal. Allegan A Gr. Rap. (Gu.) .100 147
X 297% 300
Boston & Prov.(Guar O. C.)...100
Kanawha & Michigan..............100 41% 43
128 129 > Boston Rev. Beach & Lynn___100
2
70
'6
K. C. Ft. 8oott A Memphis Ry.—
115 122%
114
Buffalo Roch. & Pittsburg...... 100
Preferred (Guar.) trust otfs.. 100 82
82%
113
P ref...................................... 100 139
33% 33%
Kan. CitySouthern(vot.tr.cts.)100
118*4 119*2 Buffalo & Susquehanna pref___50
8^
90
Preferred (voting trust otfs.) 100 59% 60
Burl. Cedar Rap. & Northern.. 100 105 185
Kan. City St. L. & Ohio.—
Camden A B urrgt’n Co. (Guar.). .25 140 160
Preferred (Guar. C. A A .)___ 100 155 160
88
91% Keokuk & Des Moines............ 100 30
Canada Southern....................100
91
Canadian Paciflo.................... 100 135% 135%
P re f...................................... 100 65
70
1 0 % 20
P r e f......................................100
Kingston A Pem broke............50
Cata-wissa, Com........................ 50 .............
Lake Erie A Western............... 100 63
65
61
1st pref. (Guar. P. A R . ) ....... 50
P re f...................................... 100 X 120 130
§101
61
2d pref. (Guar. P. A R .).........50
Lake Shore A Mich. So.............. 100 320
Cayuga&8usque.(Guar.DLAW).30 215
LehighV alley............................ 50 i 34%
§111 112
Central of New Jersey............100 180 190
P re f........................................ 50 t....
Central Vermont.................... 100
Little Miami (Guar. Pa. RR.). ..50 22934
Chartders R ailw ay....................50 . . . .
Lit.SohuyLNav.RR.ACoal(Gu.) 50 t 60% 61
110
46% 47*4 Long Island...............................50 85% 87%
Chesapeake & O hio................ 100
37% 37% Louis. & Mo. River, pref.(Gu.).100 192 195
Chicago & Alton R y ................100
74
74% Louisville Bridge Co............... 100 1 2 0
1st, gold, 5s, 1939..,......... MAN 119*2 120
P re ferred ............................ 100
125
1 1 2 % 112** Chic. Burl. AQ . (95% h e ld )...100 190 225
2d, gold, 5s, 1939............... F&A
Louisville & Nashville............ 100 138 138*4
225 230
Deb. mort.,6s,series A ,1939.J&J § 99%
Chicago & Eastern Illin o is___100 192 195
Low ell A Andover............... ..100
77
77*4
Deb. mort.,6s,series B,1939.J&J
Preferred............................. 100 146 148
Mahoning Coal R R ....................50 —
Equip, g. 5s, Mar. 1, 1921. .MAS 105%
Chicago Great W esternPref. (Guar. L. S. & M. 8 . ) ___ 50 ..
30*4 30% Maine Central, quar............... 100 x 172 177"
Det. &Ch.ext.,lst,g,5s.l941.J&J 1 1*4
Common .............................. 100
95*4 97*4
92
93
Des M. div. 1st g. 4s, 1939.-J&J
4p. c. deb..............................100
Manchester & Lawrence........ 100 2 0 0
99 101
87% 88
Tol. & Chic. 4s, g., 1941... MAS
i 28% 32
5 p. o., pref. A, div. in oash. .100
Maryland & Pennsylvania.
89%
48
48% Massawippi Valley (Guar.)___100 185
Omaha &St.L ,3%s,g.,1941. A&O
4 p. o. preferred B ............... 10(
76
St.L.C.Bl. A Om.—6s, 1908 .JAJ 105
Mexican Central..................... 100 28% 29
Chic. Ind. A Louis, common.. 100 75
86
88
Preferred............................. 100
St. Louis Kan. City A North’n—
Mexican Northern................... 100 ....... 50
St. C. Bridge, 1st 6s,1908.AAO 109
Chicago Milw. A St. Paul....... 100 175% 175% Miohigan Central.....................100 .......
Brunsw. A Chill., 6s, 1903.F&A 100
Preferred............................. 100 190 19034 Mine H ill A Schy. Hav. (Guar.).50 1 6 0 % 62
Warren RR.—See D. L. A W.
Chicago A Northwestern....... .100 248 251
Minneapolis & St. Louis Com. 100 x lll* s 1 1 2
'Washington & Columbia Riv. RR. Preferred............................. 100
P re f...................................... 100 x 1 2 2 126
1st, g., 4s, 1935................... J&J
Chicago Peoria A St. L o u is Minneapolis St. P. A S. Ste. M .. 100 60*s 61
85
14
15
Income 4s, July, 1935................
Preferred............................. 100
Preferred.............................. 100 125 126
27% 2 *%
Washing’n Central—See Nor. Pac
Chicago Rock Isl. A P a o .......... 100 169% 172*2 Missouri Kansas A Texas....... 100
165 170
59%
Wash. O. A W.—See Southern Ry.
Chicago St. Paul Minn. A O. ..100
Preferred.............................. 100 59
200 210
111
P re f.....................................100
West Jersey & Sea S hore100
Missouri Pacific................
111*4
20*2 21*2 Mobile A Birm. pref................ 100 l 9o
Consol. g. 4s, 1936..............JAJ
Chic. Terminal Transfer C o ...100
95
37
Cons., 3 *2 8 , g., Ser. B,1936. .JAJ 103
Preferred............................. 100
38*4 Morris A Essex..................... ...50 196 198
Cam. A A t —Con., 5s-6s, 1911. JAJ 110
Choctaw Oklah. A Gulf, cert’s. 50
Nashville Chat. & St. Louis___100 1 0 2
108
116*2
W. Jersey consoL 6s, 1909.MAN
Preferred, Trust certificates..50
Nashville ADecatur (Gu.L.AN.).25 191 193
Western Maryland—
Nashua & Lowell, M A N .......... 100 264
CincinnatiHamiltou A D a y to n 72
77
18*4 18%
B a lt A Harris., g.,5s,1936.MAN 120*s
Common.............................. 100
Nat’l RR. of Mex.(vot.tx.certs.)100
95
38% 40
99
1st M.West. Ext. g.5s,’38.MAN 104 107
Preferred, A .........................100
Pref. (vot. tr. certf«.)... . 100
95
99
West. N. Y. A Penn.—
Preferred, B ........................ 100
Naugatuck (Gu.N.Y.N.H.AH.1.100 265
4 Preferred. Eagle.................. 100
95
99
1st, g., 5s, Jan. 1, 1937..... .JAJ 121% 1213
Nesquehon’g Val.(Gu.L.C.&N.).50 t ....... .
99% 100%
New Haven A Derby (Guar.).. 100 108
Gen. mort., gold, 3-4s, 1943. A&O
New 2d p ref....................... .100 109% 110
95
*0
40
Income, g., 5s, Apr., 1943,Nov. 1 30
83
N. Y.Bklx n&Man B.,Pref.(Gu.)100
Cinn. New Orleans A Tex. Pao.100
West, of M m n.-See Nor. Pacific.
Preferred ....................
100 108% 109% New York Ceutral & Hud. R iv. 100 155 156
West. Nor. Car.—See Southern Ry.
Dividend payable in London___ (160 161
Cleveland Akron & Columbus. 100 53*s 55 7
s
54
New York Chicago A St. Louis. 100 52
Western Pa.—
Cleve. Cin. Chicago & St. L ___100 103R 104
1st mort., gold, 4s, 1928
J AD 104
1st preferred.........................100 115 119
Preferred............................. 100
Western Ry. Ala.—
91%
2d preferred......................... 100 86
"78 "
Cleveland Lorain A Wheel’g .. 100
98
Cons.4*28, g., gu.Oct., 1918. A&O §106
New York A Harlem (Guar.)_ 50 410 415
_
Preferred............................. 100
140 143
West Shore—See N. Y . C. A H. R.
N ew Y ork Lack. AW est. (Guar.). 100
Cleveland&Pltts. (Guar. Pa. R R ).50 192*2 195
West. TVt—See N. Y. C. A H. R.
New York New Haven & Hart.100 230 231%
Colorado & Southern30% 31
West Va. A Pitts.—See B. A O.
New York Ontario A Western.100 32% 33%
Common, vot. trustee certfs.l 00
12
West Va. Cent. A Pitts.—
1st preferred.............
do.. 100 70*s 71*2 N. Y. A Rockaway Beaoh____ 100
1st, gold, 6s. 1911............. .TAJ 115% 116
2d preferred ............
do.. 100 43*s 43*2 Norfolk & Southern................ 100
Coal & Iron Ry. 5s, g., 1920. F&A 103% 105
Norfolk A Western R y ............ 100 56% 56%
Columbus A Xenia (Guar.)....... 50 219
95
Wheeling A L. Erie RR.—
Adjust, preferred..................100 91
Concord A Montreal—(Guar.B&M)
94% 95%
1st cons., g., 4s, 1949_____ MAS
North Carolina (Guar.So.BR.).lOO 170 175
Class I . . ......................
100 xl9 9 201
Northern Central...................... 50 t l l 5
Lake Erie Div. 1st, g., 5s, ’26 .A&O 113
Class I I ................................ 100 199
Wheel. Div. 1st, g., 5s, 1928. J A J 113%
Northern, N. H. (Guar.B.&M.).100
Class I I I ...............................100 200
Extern A impt., g., 5s, 1930.F&A 110
NorthernRR.or N.J.(Gu. Erie). .100 " 9 8 " 102
Class I V ................................ 100 X200
104 105
Equip. 5s, Jan. 1, 1922___J&J
Northern Securities C o....... . .100 104 104*3
Concord & Ports. (Guar.)....... 100 206*4
North Pennsylvania (Gu.P & R).50 (109*2
Williamsport A N. Branch RR.—
Conn.&Passumpsio—Pr*r. (Gu ) 100 160 165
1st ref’ d’g, g. 4*28, 1931....J&J 5Norwich A Woro’ter pref. (Gu.).lOO 232
105
Connecticut River(Guar.BAM)100 1x285
95
100
Wllkesb. A East.—See N.Y. 8 A W.
Ogden Mine RR.(Gu.Cen.N.J.).100
Danbury A Norwalk (Guar.)___50 t .......
Wlllmar&S. Falls—SeeSt.P.M.&M.
Old Colony (Gu.N. Y.N.H.&HJ.lOO 208
Dayton A Mich.,com. (Guar.)...50
Ontario AQuebeo................... 100 (156 160"
Wllm. Col. A Aug.—See AtL Coast
Pref. (Guar. G. H. A D .)......... 50 214 216
Line of S. C.
Oswego&SyTaouse(Gu.DL&W)..50 230
Delaware A Bound B. (Guar.).100 205
Wilmington & North.—See Phllar
Pacific Coast Co.—See Misoell.
Delaware A Hudson............... 100 175 176
delphia & Reading.
Pawtuxet Valley Railroad___100 180 .......
Delaware Lack. A W est............ 50 280 285
42% Pennsyl vania Rail road..............50 151 *41 51 *3
1
Wilmington A Weldon—See Atlan­
Denver A Rio Grande............. 100 42*2
tic Coast Line RR.
P re f...................................... 100 93*fe 93*s Peoria & Bureau Valley (Gu.).lOO 210 j21o
43
Peoria & Eastern.................... 100 37
Winona A St. P.—See Chic. A N. W
35
65
Denver A Southwestern......... 300
72
Wisconsin Central Company—
Pere Marquette R R .................100 70
65
Preferred.............................. 100 35
1st mtg., g., 4s, 1949.......... J&J
Pref...................................... 100 84
93*2 94
49*2 51
85*3
Des Moines A Fort Dodge...... 100
57%
Philadelphia & Erie..................50 56*
Cons. 1st series, g., 5s, 1909. J&J
P re f...................................... 100 140 170
Phila. Germ. & Norris.(Guar.).50
Ch. Wls & Minn., 1st,6s,’ 16.MAS i l ’i*
Detroit Hills A 8. W. (Gnar.)..100 1 0 6
Phila. A Tren.—(Guar.Pa.RR.)lOO 284
Marshfield & South Eastern Div.
Detroit & Mackinac Ry...........100
Phila. Wiltn. & Balt.................. 50
93
pur. toon, 1st g. 4s, 1951.MAN > 90
Preferred ............................ 100
30%
Wisconsin & Michigan Ry.—
Detroit Southern (vot. tr. c e r t ) 100 20*4 20 % Pittsburg Bess. A L. Erie.........50 ( * " ”
Preferred............................... 50 73%
25
ls tM .,g ., 5s, Jan. 1, 1945. J&J
3!)*s 40
Preferred (vot. tr. certs.)..._100
97
17
17% Pittsb. Cin. Chic. A St. Louis..100 95
Wlscon. Val.—See O, M. & St. P.
Duluth South Shore A A tl...... 100
P r e f......................................100 12t> 125
Worcester Nashua & Rochester—
31
P re f...................................... 100 30
Pittsb. Ft. W. A Ohio. (Guar.).. 100 191% 194%
4s, Jan. 1, 1913................... JAJ >107
74
East PennsylvauJa(Ouar,PAR).50
185
Special (Guar. Pa. RR.).
4s, Jan. 1,1930................... J&J
54
115*2 Elmira A Williamsport (Guar.).50
114*s
4s, Oct. 1, 1934..................AAO
Pref. (Guar. Nor. Cent.).........50 1 05
72% Pittsburg A Lake E r ie ..............50
14V)’ 115
laneev1U.fi Term in alErie—Common........................ 100 3068 30% Pittsb.MoKeesp.&YouglMGu.)..50
10
let, g, 5s, July 1,1940....... J&J
67*2 68% Pitts. Shawraut A Northern. ..100
1st pref................................. 100
2d p ref................................. 100 51% 63% Port. Saco A Ports. (Guar.)— 100 193
Prov. A Worcester (G u ar.)----100
260 275
R A IL R O A D STO CKS.
300%
Erie A Kalamazoo (Guar.)........50
Frovidenoe Warren A B.........100 iso’
Par.
100 165
|Krie A Plttsb. (Guar. Pa.RRJ..50
Quincy RR. BridgeCo.(Guar.),100 195 20* 6 "
13
Ala. A G t. Houth’ n, A, pref......A10
50
13*2 Evansville A Terre Haute....... 50
51
Railroad Securities Go.—
4*4
4
B, common...........................a io
85
P re f........................................ 50 81
4% III. Cent Stock oortfs., 1952.
93% 95
5
Ala. N.O. T. & P.Juno., A, pref. J» 10
Fitchburg, preferred............... 100 X 143*2 144
6*4
Reading C o.-V oting tr. certs. f>0 6 0 % 07
B, deferred.......................... a 10
Ft. Wayne A Jackson-Com... 100
84
84%
1st pref., voting tr. certs......,50
Alabama & Vicksburg............ 100
Preferred (Guar. L.8.AM.8.).100 150
2d prof., voting tr. certs.------60 70% 70%
aibany & Snsoue.hanna( Guar.) 100 225 ....... Fort Worth A Den. ()., stamped...
40
48
rteuBHol aer ASaratega. (Guar.).. 100 210
Allegheny Valley, p re f............. 50 1...
Georgia RR. A Bank, Oo. (O il ). 100 254
filch. Fred. A Pot.-Com m on.. 100 v 250
Allegheny A Western (Guar.)..100 138
Georgia Southern & Florida... 100 48
Ann Arbor Ry. coin.................100 36
First preferred..................... 100 100 100 >
40
4 Dividend obligations............ 100 x 239 245
... ........... ..... ...
i oo
0 per cent guarant'd.......... 100 280
85
Second preferred.................. 100 83
70
68
7 per cent guarant'd........... 100 264
Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe. .100 82% 82 % Grand River Valley (Guar.). ..100 130 135
Rich. A P. A It, F. A P. Connect..... 110 125
Preferred ............................ 100 «8% 98% Great Northern Ky. Pref..... i O
O 187 188
10
20
Rio Grande Southern.............. 100
Atlantic 1st Leased linos, rent tr. (108 112
Green Bay A Western............100
•*•»««
Rook Island & Peoria....... ...... 100
Atlanta & Char, Air L. (Guar.).100 170 175%
Dob. ettt, A .........................1000 5.......
ionic A Clinton (Guar.D.A H.) 100 illn
Atlanta & West Point ............ 100 155 .......
Deb. otfs. B .........................1000 i 20*4 20 %
•tomeWabartow nA <ig. (Guar.), l oo 139
Atlantic Coast Line t <>, of fit. 100 201 265
Green RR, (Guar. D. L. A W.) 100 145 152
73
Rutland, Preferred
..............100
7H
Atlantic Coast Line R K „ com., 100 135% 140
42
Hartford A Conn, West........... 100 41
22
23
S Joseph A Grand Isla n d ___100
t;.
Preferred..............................ioo U8% 119% Harrisburg Ports. ME J. A Lim.50
72
73
Atlantic Coast Line. A ......... i fx> 135 % 140
Henderson Bridge (Guar.)..... 100 i on
1st pi"1! ....... .,».......... ......... 10o
'
100 33
34
Augusta & Hav, (Guar.)....... . . loo 120
Hocking Valley........................IOO 84 *a 85 % 2d pref.
Bald Eagle Valley (let, nd hy Pa.)50 205 210
8t. Lawrence A Adirondack., 100 50 . - . * *„
88
Preferred ...........................1(K)
90
St, Emits Bridge, 1st p r e f___ 10!) 180
Balt, A Cumb. Val. Extension..50 1 02%
Huntingdon A Broad Top......... 50 t 22
65
100
- ..
Baltimore & O h io55 : 2d pro! ...........................
Prer........................................ 50 l 54
Common...............................100 106 100% Illinois Central ...................... 100 101
101*2 St. Emits A Han Francisco___ 100 68% 69
Preferred.............................l oo
Hl % H3%
1st preferred.. .................. . lOO
Leased lines (G nar.).......... too 1 0 4 %
96
95%
71 U 72%
Beech Creek (Gnar. N V. n>.., .no 100 110
2 d preferred....... ............ 100
Indiana Illinois A fowa .......... 100 0 0
Union Pacific.—
1st By. & L g . 4s,g. 1947.....TAJ
1st lien oonv. g. 4s, 19i 1...M&F
Oregon Railroad & Nav.—
Cons., g., 4s, 1946.......... J&D
Oregon Short Line—
1st, g.,6s, 1922............... F&A
Utah A Nor., 1st, 7s, 1908J&J
Consol, gold, 5e, 1926...J&J
le t consol. 5s, g., 1946......J&J
Utah Central—See Rio Gr. West.
Utica & Bl. R.—See N. Y. C. & H.
Utioa Clinton & Bing.—see Del a
ware & Hudson.
Valley (N. Y.)—See Del. L. & W.
Verdig.Val.Ind.&W. SeeMo.Pae
Vermont & Massachusetts—
Guar., 5s, May 1,1903___ M&N
Vermont Valley—
1st, 5s, Oct. 1,1910...........A&O
Virginia Midland -See So. Ry.
Vicks. Shrove. & Pac.—
Prior lien 6s,g,Nov. 1.1915.H&N

t Purchaser also

ays accrued interest

I Price per share not per mutt.

i Hale price.

( In London.

x Ks dividend.

THE

4 4
S to c k s .

Par.

Bid.

QUOTATION
S to c k s .

Ask.

St. Louis Southwestern.......... 100
31 |31%
67
68
Pref......................................100
Saratoga&Schenectady (Guar.) 100 175 2 0 0
2538
25
Seaboard A ir Line B y ............. 100
45
Preferred............................100
4 4 14
80
Southern California P r e f....... 100
Southern Pacific Co................ 100
6438 64%
Southern Ry.(vot. trust certs.)100 37% 37J4
Preferred......................do.,100
9512 96
92
Mob. &Ohio stock tr. certfs__
90
Southwestern of Oa. (Guar.).. 100 1 2 0
Staten Island R y...................... 75
10
Syracuse Geneva & Corning (Guar.
N. Y. C .)........................... 100 § 98 1 0 0

SUPPLEMENT,
Par.

Texas & Pacific....................... 100
Toledo Peoria & Western....... 100
Toledo St.L.& W .,vot. tr. certs.100
Preferred, voting trust certs.100
Troy&Greenbush (Guar. N. Y .C).50
Tunnel Rail, of St. Louis.........100
Union Pacific—Common......... 100
Preferred............................. 100
United New Jersey RP.. & Canal
Company (Guar. Pa. RR.)...100
Utica & Black R iver (Guar.).. 100
UtioaChen.&Susq.Val.(Guar.) 100
Valley RR. (N. Y.) (Guar.).... 100

t Prices per share not per cent.

I

STREET

In London.

R A IL W A Y

Bid.
44%
14
20%
36%
180
L 126
1053s
88%
231
190
155
130

Ask.

|Vol. L X X V
S to c k s .

4438 Wabash Railroad.................... 1 0 0
P re f..................................... 100
21
Ware Riv. RR. (Guar. B. & A.) .100
37% Warren, N. J. (Guar. D. L.&WJ.50
West Jersey & Sea Shore—Com.50
130 Western Maryland.................... 50
105% Wheeling & Lake Erie com_ 100
_
89
1 st preferred....................... 1 0 0
2 d preferred........................ 1 0 0
283 Wisconsin Central Co.—
Common, vot. tr. certs........ 100
Preferred, vot.tr. certs....... 100
135 Worcester Nash. & Rochester..100

Bid.

Ask

B onu s.

30%
46%
195
194
t 69
1.......
22
63
35

Ask.
3034
46%.

____m
70
23
63%
37

26% 27%
48% 49%
150

x Ex-dividend.

S E C U R IT IE S .

Prices marked thus (§) indicate that the purchaser has to pay accrued interest in addition to the price given.
marked are flat prices—th at is, the purchaser does n o t pay accrued interest in addition.
B ou ds.

Bid.

Bid.

Ask.

B oads.

Prices nol

tile

Anil

Da y t o n , 0 .-(C on lu ded .)—
B rooklyn , N .Y .—(Concluded.)S T R E E T It’ W A V BOND^.
U’y isl.& B’ klyn 1st 5s, 1903. .J&J 101
Dayton Springheld & Urbana—
5s, certifs. indebted., 1903.-J&J 101 103
1st g. 5s, Nov. 1, 1928...... M&N $105 106%
A l b a n y , N. Y .
KinKsCo.El.-l8t,g.,4s,Aug.’49F&A
89
89%
Spring.& West., g. 5s, 1921.J&D §100 103
United Traction Co.—
Dftb. & .
1919
M M 5103% 104
102 104
Nassau Electric—1st,5s,1944. A&O 113 115
Albany Ry,oon.M,5s,g,1930.J&J 5il534 118
D e n ver , C o l .
86
Denver City Tramway—
1st g. 4s, Jan. 1, 1951....... J&J
Gen. g. 5s, 1947.......... .J&D $110% 119%
Denver.Tram., 1st, 6s, g.,’08,J&J §107%
W.Turnp.&RR,l st,g,6s,’ 19.M&N §112 3 125%
B uffalo , N. y .
1 24% International Traction—
Consol. 6s,g., 1910...........J&J §107%
2d g’d6s, 1 9 l9.............. M&N 5 1 2 2
91% Metropolitan g. 6s, 1911___J&J §108
§ 90
*115 117%
Coll. tr. 4s, 1949................ J&J
Troy Ry., fSs, g., 1942_____ A&O
Bufl'.Ry.,lstcon.M.5s,g.,’3J F&A $115% 116 % Con. Tram. oon. g. 5s, 1933. A&O $103
A kron , O .
Deb. g. 6s., 1917...... ...A & O §106% 107
Den. O.Tram.,lst g.5s, 1919. A&O §103%
Northern Ohio con. g. 5s.,1919. J&J 5 99% 100
Crosst’n St.Ry.lst,5s,g.’ 32.M&N §115% 116%
Akron Bed. &01ev. g.5s,’ 15,M&S $103 101
D e t r o it , M ich .
Buffalo Trac. 1st g.5s.,1948. J&D §108% 110% Det. United Ry.Cons.4%s.l932J&J § 97% 98%
Alle n to w n , P a .
Buff.Bell.& Lan. 5s., 1927..J&D §102 104
Detroit citizens’ street Ry.—
Lehigh Valley Traction—
Buff. & Lock., 1st g. 5s, 1938.J &J $107 109
1st oon. g., 5s, 1905 .........J&J §100% 101
1st gold, 4s. Deo.l, 1929_ J&D §....... 88
_
Phil. & Lehigh Val. Traction—
Buff. & Niag. Fall 8 Elec. R y—
Det. Sub. Ry., 1st, 5s,1902.M&N §100
76
1st g. 4s, Mar. 1,1931 ...M & s § 74
le t M. 5s, g., 1935............J&J §109 110%
Highland Park,1st,5s,1908.J&J §100
Quakertown Traction Co.—
2d mtg. g. 5s., 1921.......... J&J $104
Det. Eleo. Ry.—Cons.g.5s, ’16. J &D §103% 106
1st g , gu , 5s, Sept. 1, ’ 31.MAS $ 98 100% Lockport & Olcott Ry.—
Det. Ry.—1st,5s, g, 1912-24. J& D §107 111
Allen. & Kutz. Tr. 5s g., 1930.J&J $ 97% 100
1st g 5s, July 1, 1920.......J&J §102% 103% D etroit Ft. Wayne & Belle Isle—
1st. g„ 5s, Apr. 1, 1927... A&O $104 105
Niagara Falls & Sus’n. B ridgeA nderson , Ind .
D.&N’ west—4%sg.’ 21,op.’llM & N § 96
Union Traction Co. of Indiana—
1st, g „ 6s, July 1, 1903. .. J&J §101 102
97%
10234
1st g. 5s, July, 1919............ J&J 102%
Det. & Pontiao—;>s 2 .. 1922. F&A *106% 107%
C am den , N. J.
101 103
Cons. g. 4 %s, 1926,op t.’ ll.J & D § 94 100
Cam.&Trent Ry., g. 5s, 1929.M&N
A ugusta , G a .
Augusta Ry. & Electric Co.—
Det & Port Huron Shore Line—
C h a r le s to n , S. C.
1st 5s, 1940.............. ........J&D 100 105 Charleston Consol. Ry. ,Gas & Elec.
1st g , 5s, 1950.................... J&J §100 102
93
95
Co. consol, g. 5s, 1999....... M&S
Rapid Ry. 1st 5s, tr., 1915 ..M&S §101 104
Ba lt im o r e , M d .
107%
117%
Detroit Ypsi. Ann Arbor & Jaoa.—
Ch. City Ry.—1st. g., 5s, 1923.J&J
Ball.Trao/Jo.,lstM.,5s,1929,M&N
1st g. 5s, 1920...................F&& § ...... 100
No. Balt.Div.,lst,g.5s, 1942.J&D 120
C hicago , I I I .
Ccnv. g. 5s, 1906...............M&N 100% 101 Chic. Klee.Trans.6s,gu., 1914.F&A
D. Y. & A. A. g. 6, 1917. .M&N
Bait.Clty Pas.. 1st, 5s, g., 1911, M&N 107 109 Chicago & Milwaukee Eleo. Ry.—
Cons. g. 6s, 1924................F&A |l05
Cent.Ry.,con. M.,g.,5s,1932,M&N 118 120
1st g. 5s, July 1,1919...
J&J §102% 103
D u l u t h . M in n .
Exten. & imp. 5s, 1932___M&S 117%
Chic. Cons. Tract. 4%s g., ’ 39,J&D
Duluth Superior Traotion Co.—
Caty&Su., lst,M.,5s,g.,1922,J&J) 115 116 Cicero & Prov. St., 1st 6s, ’04.M&N
1st & coll, tr., g., 5s, 1930..M&N 102 103
106
Lake Ro. El.,lst,g.,f>s,1942.M&S 118 120
Consolidated5s, g., 1915.. M&N §
E a st o n , P a .
107%
LakeSt.El. deb.5s,g.g’d,1928.J&J §103 103% Easton Consolidated Eleotrio Co. —
B.C.&Ell.Mill8,5s,g.,g’d,1916.J&J 110
United Rys. & Electric Co.—
Coll., tr., «. 5s, 1949.......... M&N 100 105
Ino. deb. 5s, July 1,1928.Feb. 1 50
55
4
96% 963 Metropolitan West Side “ L” —
1st consol., g., 4s, 1949......M&S
Easton Palmer & Beth. St. Ry.
6934 69% 1st g. 4s, 1938.................... F&A 102%
Incomes, g., 4s, 1929-1949 .J&D
1st g. 5s, Deo. 31, 1918...... J&J §107 108
Exten. g. 4s, 1938 .............J&J § 97
E lgin , ill
B eaver F a l l s , P a .
98
Beaver Valley Traction—
N 0 . Chic. St. R R ., 1st, 5s, 1906, J&J $103 107 Elgin Aurora & Southern Tract.—
1st cons., g., 5s, Oct.1,1950.A&CJ §104 106
1st 5s, 1909........................ J&J §104
1st, g., 5s, 1916.................. J&D §100% 101
Refdg. g. 4%s, 1931 ... .. A&O $103% 105
B in g h am to n , N. Y.
E r ie , P a .
___
Bing. RR., g. 5s.,Mar. 1,1923..T&.l §106
No. Ch. CityCons.4%s.l927.M& N §104 105 Erie Eleotrio Motor Co.—
Bing. Lester &U. g. 5S.1925...J&D §....... 109 Nor’western Elevated RR —
1st ref’d’g, g., 5s, 1941...... A&O §103% 106
1st ref’d’g, g. 4s, 1911. ...M&S § 97% 97%
B irm ingham , A l a .
G e o rgeto w n , Mass .
Birm. Ry. Light & Power—
South Side“ L ” —lst4 %, 1907.J&J § ......
Georget’n Rowley & Ipswioh Ry.—
106% Union El. (Loop) 5s,g., 1945..A&O §114 114% 1st g., 5s, June 1,1920....... J&D §106 108
le t oons.g. 58, July 1,1951..J&J ' 05%
Birm.Ry.&Eleo.lst g.5s.,1924.J&J 1U8 112 West Chic. St. R R .lst,5s,’28.M&JN §108% 109G irard v ille , P a Consol, g. 5s, Nov. 1,1936..M&N $....... 101 Schuylkill Trac.—1st 56.1943. A&O §100 104%
Boston , Mass .
Lex. & Bost. 1st g. 4%s, 1920..A&O §103
Deb. 6s, 1914.................... J&D
G rand R apids , Mich .
Lynn & Bost.,1st,5s. g., 1924.J &D §113
W. C.8t.Tun.,lst,5s,g’d,’09.F&A
105 Grand Rapids Ry.—
East Middlesex 5s, 1918.......M&S $109
1st g., 5s. Jan. 1, 1916....... J&D §105
West.Div.Ry., 1st 4%s,1932 J&J
110%
Naumkeag, 1st 5s, 1906.......J&I> $103
Ogden St.. 6s, 1916....... . M&N §114 l b
H a l if a x , C a n a d a .
Con. 5s, 1910.................... J&J $104
H alifax Eleo. Tram. Co.—
West Chic. Pass. oons. 5s,’36 J&D £
*
West End, deb., 5s, g., 1902, M&N $100 102
C in c in n at i . O
1st M.,g., 5s, June 1, 1916..J&J
Debenture, 4%s, g.$ 1914....M&S §106 1107 Cin. New. &Cov., 5s', g., 1922..I&J §111% 112
H a r t fo r d , C o n n .
Gold 4s, Feb. 1, 1917....... . F&A $102% 103% So.Cov.& Cin.,lstM „ 6s,’ 12,M&i
135 Hart. Man. & Rook., 5s, 1924. A&O §108%
Boston oon. 5s, Jan., 1907.. J&J $105% ......
2d oons. M., 6s, g., 1932...,J&J §130 135
Hart. St. Ry.—1st g. 4s. 1930.M&S 5108 s 109
Cambridge, 1st m., 5b, 1903..A&O §101
East H. & Glas. ,5s,’27(oonv.) J& D §125
New p’t & Day., 1st, 6s, ’ 17.F&A §115 120%
Charles Riv.,1st m.,5s,1904..A&.T §102%
Hart. & Spriugf. 5s. g,. 1921.J&J §107 108%
Cincinnati Street Ry.—
Metropolitan, plain 5s, 1903, J&D §101 .....
Mt. Aub. Cable 1st 5s, 1907. J&D §105 106
H avana, C uba—
Middlesex, plain 5s, J u ly ’04..J&J $102%
1st M., 6s, 1905.................. A&O §107% 108% Havana Electric Street Ry.—
South Boston, plain 5s, 1905. M&M §103%
Consol. M., 5s, 1906......... M&S
Consol, g. 5s, Feb. 1, 1952 F&A
98
107
So. Shore & Bolt. g. 5s, 1919.. F&A §109
Southern Ohio Traotion—
H oboken , N. J.
......
Br’ntree&Wey.Ry.g.5s,’ 17.M&8 $108
1st cons. g. 5s, 1920........ .M&N §100 101% J. C. Hobokeu & Paterson Ry.—
....
Br’ige.Whit. & R’k.g.5s,’ 17.M&N §108
4s, g., Nov. 1, ! 949............M&N § 79% 80
Cin. & H „ 6s, g.,Apr. 1,1918. J&J 0109% 111
Bridgeport , C o n n .
N. Hud. Co. Rv. 1st M., 68,’ 14. J&J 118
C le v e la n d , O.
Oonn.Ry. & Ltg lst.g.,4%s.’51.J&J § 98 100 Cleveland Elyria & Western—
Cou. M., 5s, 1928.................J&J 113%
Brid g eto n , n . J.
Clev. & Elyria. e..6s,’05-l 5 M&N §102
Paterson Ry.—Con. 6s, g .,’31.J&D §128
Bridgeton & M illvale Traction
2d 6s. Oct. 1. 1914. Opt ....A& O $105
Cl.Ber.Ely.&Ober. 5sg.,’ 19.M&S '101
1st g. 5s, 1930.................... J&J
103% Elyria &Ober.,g.,6s,’07-17..F&A §102%
H ouston , T e x .
o r o c k to n , Mass .
Con. 1st g. 5s, Aug. 1 ,1920.F&A X
102 Houst- n Electric Co. - 1st g. 5s,
Brock. Bridgwater & Taunton—
Cleve. & Chagrin Falls Eleo. RR.—
Aug. 1, 1925, op. 1910......F&A § 97
99
1st., g. 5s, Aug. 1, 1917..... F&A §106 108% 1st g. 6s, May 1,1916..... M&N § 98 101
Indianapolis , In d .
New Bed.Middleboro&Brookton—
Citizens’ St. RR.,oon.5s,g.,'33, M&N §110 111
Clev. & East.—1st, g., 5s, ’29..J&J
1st., g., 5s, Jan. 1, 1920......J&J §109 110 Cleveland Electric—
Ind’polis St. Ry. Gen. 4s,1933.J&J
88% 88%
Br o o klyn , N. Y .
Consol. M., 5s, gold, 1913...M&s $107 108% Indianapolis & Green. Rap.Tran.—
Atlantic Ave.,gen.M.,5s,1909,A&O §103
1st g., 5s, Jan. 1, 1929........ J&J 100 103
Br’klynSt., 1st M., 6s, 1903.. M&S $102 102 -1
Consol. M., 5s, g., 1931...... A&O 114 115
East Clev., 1st, M., 5s, 1910. M& §lo2%
K ansas C it y , Mo .
Imp. M., 5s, g., 1934.......... J&J .. ... . ....
Central Eleotrio g. 5s, 1914..M&N §101 102
So. Side St. Ry., 6s, 1903....M&S
Brooklyn City—1st, 5s, 1941..J&J ...... ...... Cl. City Cable, 1st, 5s, g.. 1909.J& J $102% 104
+rand Ave.Cable,5s, g., 1908, J&J §104 106
Brooklyn Cross. 5s, 1908...J&J 104 107 Clev. Pains. & East., 5s,1916.A&< > §103 104 K. C. Cable, ext. g., 5s, 1911. A&O §102 103
Gr. St.& New.5s, Aug. 1,’06. A&O 103%
Consol. 5s. 1918_____
A&O £ 95 100
&. C. Elev. Ry. Co.,4s,g’d,’22. J&J $ 89
90
Gr’p’t & Lor. St. 6s, 1910 M&N 105
G’t’d 68,1922...................... J&J §116 1 2 0
Lorain & Cleve. g.5S, 1917-27.J&J $lu3 1U4
W’m.& Flat.ex.4%s,July’41 F&A 105 106
fiet., Corriganiss., 5s, J uly,’ 16, J&J §106 1 0 9
C olumbus-, O.
Bklyn Bath&W.E.,gen.5s.’33. A&O 102 103% Col. Con. St. Ry.,ist,g.5s,g.’09.J&J $104
vlet. St. Ry., 5s, g.,8ept.,1909,M&S §104 105
B'k’nC.&New., lstoon.5s,’ 39. J&J 115 116 Col. St. Ry., oons., 5s, g., 1932, J&J $111
Oons. 5s. e. May 1. 1910...M&N §102 104
Bklyn Heights 1st 5s, 1941. A&O 105 108
( Jrosst’n St.. 1at. 5s, g.. 1933, J &D §109
K n o x v ille . T e n n .
Brooklyn Queens Co. & Sub.—
Col. London & Springfield Ry.—
Knoxville Traction 5s, 1938. A&O
100
1st mtg., g., 5s, 1941........... J&J $107% 110
1st g. 5s, 1920.
A & o 5 99 102%
le t oon. gu.,g.,5s, July’41..M&N '102
Lexington Ry, Co.—
Col. Grove City & So’western Ry.
Brooklyn Union Elevated—
1st g., 5s, 1921, Opt. 1906.. J&J § 9 9
1st g. 5s, June 1. 1949....... J&D 103% 104%
101
1st 4-5s, Feb. 1, 1950....... F&A 103 103%
L ew isto n , M e .
Da y t o n , 0 .
Stamped, guaranteed
. . . .
. . . . . .
Dayton behanon& Cin. RR.—
Lewiston Br’ nsw’k & Bath St. R y.—
B’k’n Rap. Tran —5s,g„1945.A&O
107%
•fit 2 , 5s 1921
............ M&S § 1 0 0
--- M&S
101% 1st e . 5» 1918
85
83
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N ew Y o r k , N. Y .~ (C o n .)
S an F r ancisco , C a l . - (Con.)
L im a , O.
Metropolitan Street R y On.—
Cal. 8t. Cable RR.,ist,5s,g./lo.J &J 119
Lim a Electric Ry. & Ligh t Co.—
§ 95 100
98% Ferries & Cliff, 6s, 1914........ M&fR e f’d’g, g., 4s, A p r.l, 2002.A & O § 98
123
Cons, g., 5s, July 1,1916 — J&J
120% Geary St.Pk.&O.,1st,5s,1921,A&O
d- . M. coll, tr., g..58.1997.F& a
hd
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Lim a Ry. 1st g., 5s, 1916...J&D §100 101
Rway & 7th Ave. 5s. 1904..J&D §101 102
Market Street R ailw ay Co.—
ong Is la n d C it y , N. Y .
109 b
2d M., 5s, 1914................. J&J 10*
Market St. Cab., 1st,6s,g.,’ 13,J &J 127% 128%
L on * Island Eleotrio R y.—
Con. M.. 5s, g., 1943..........J&D 117%
1st eons. mort. 5s, 1924_ M&S 1203s 121
_
1st g. 5s, June 1. 1925........J&D s.......
116
R’w ay Surf. RR., 1st, 5s, ’ 24, J&J §1L4
129
N. Y . & Queens Co. 4s g., 1946. A&O
0mnibusCable,lst,6s,1918,A&0
102
B ’ way Surf. RR. 2d, 5s,1905.J&J §101
P a rk & Ocean, 1st, 6s, 1914 J&J
125
Bcein way R y.—ls tM . g. 6s,’22. J&J 6118% 119
P a rk & C liff Ho., 1st,6s,1913 J&J 107% 110
Col.& 9thAv.,l8t,g.5s,1993, M&S 122%
, ong B r a n c h , N. J.
Lex. A v .& P .F ’y ,18^58^293,M&S 122%
Pow ell St. RR., 1st, 6s,1912,M&S
Atlantic Coast E lectric R R .—
U7
34th 8t. CNsfu. 1st 5s, ’96,.A&O 115
1st, g., 5s, 1945.................. M&N
Sa v a n n a h , Ga .
Savannah Elec. Co. 5s, g./52.J&J § 9 7
South F erry 1st 5s.1919. .. .A&O §108 110
98
General mortgage,5s, 1946. J&J
06%
second Avenue 1st 5s, 1909.M&N §105% 1
At. Coast El. L t.—5s,g.,1945.J&D
S c h e n e c t a d y , N. y .
Consol. 5s, gold, 1948........F&A §117% 119% Schenectady R ailw ay Co.—
L o r a in , O h io .
110
1st g , 4%s, 1941............... M&S §104% 105%
ThirdAve. 1st, 5s, g.,1937___ J&J 126
Lorain Str. Ry. 1st 6s, 1915. ..J&J
1st cons. gu. g. 4s, 2000___J&J 101% i o i %
ConsoL g. 5s, 1949 .............M&N
Scran to n , P a .
115
28th & 29th St, 1st g. 5s,1996. A&O §113
Scran. &Carbon.Tr.,l8t,6s/23,J &J §108 112
-OS A n g e le s , C a l .
o_
118%
102 106
Twenty-third St.—Deb. 5s, ’06. J&J
Scran. & Pittston, 1st,6s, 1923, A& O §108 112
Los Ang. Ry., 5s, g., 1938.......A&O
Union R y.—1st,5s, g., 1942...F&A 116 117
Scran. Traction, 1st,6s,g.,’ 32,M&N 115
LosAng. Pacific RR., 5s, 1928. J&D 103
1041$
§111 114
South. Bonlev’ d—os.g., 1945-T&J
Soranton R y.—
1st consol. 58, 1931............ A&O
108 113
10H 110
1st con. 5s, g., Nov.. 1932,.. J&J 101
Tarry.W .P.&M am .5s,g/28.M &S
LosAng. & Pasa.—5s, g. 1928. J &J
115%
108 112
Westche8.Eleo.,lst,5s,g./43.J &J
Los Ang. Trac., 1st 6s, 1915..M&N
S e a t tl e , W ash .
107 110
110
YonkersRy., 1st, 5s, 1946..A&O 108%
Seattle Electric, g , s, 1930..F&A §105% 106
1st g., 5s, 1 9 3 8 ...................J&D
New Y o rk & Stamford R y .—
Seattle R y , 1st g. 5s, 1921..M&N §102% 103
cuiSViLLE, K v .
1st g. 5s, 193 L.................... A&O §111 111%
O eni. Pass. Ry., 1st, 6s, 1908, M&N §110
S haron, P a .
6118 119
Buffa lo.
Youngst’n-Sharon Ry. & L ’ht Co.
Louis v.Ry.,con.M .,58,g.,1930, J&J
N iag ar a F a l l s , N. Y .- S e e
111
1st g. sinking fund 5s, 1931.J&J §100 i o i
2d mtg. 4%s, 1940.............. M&S 6109
N o r f o lk , V a .
Sharon & N ew Castle R y.—
N orfolk R ailw ay & L igh t—
Louisv. C ity Ry.,con.,6s,1909,J&J §110 111
114% 115
1st g., 5s, guar., 1931.......J&J * ....... 102
N orfolk St.eons.,g.,5s,1944. J&J
l o w e l l , M ass .
95% j 96%
1st cons, g,, s. f.,5s, 1949 ...M&N
L ow ell & SuburbaD street R y.—
S ioux C it y , Io w a .
Sioux City Traction Co.—
1st mortgage, 5s. 1911.......J&D §107
N o r w ic h , C o n n .
1st, g. 5s, July 1 ,1919 ......J&J §....... 103%
Norwich Street R y.—
M em ph is , T e n n .
1st g. 5s, Oet. 1, 1923........ A&O §106 .....
C itizens’ St. RR. 1st g. 6s, ’ 16.J&J 122 125
S po kane, W ash.
Washington Water Power C o.O akland, Ca l .
M e r id e n , C o n n .
Consol. & Coll. tr. g. 5s, ’29.J&J §104% 107%
Oakland Transit—
Meriden Electric RR.—
1st cons. g. 5s, 1931............ J&J 112% 115
Mer. Horse R R .ls t, 5s, 1911. A&O §108
S t a m f o r d , C o nn .
Greenwich Tram way Go. Oak. Tr. Co. con. g. 6s, 1918. J&J 125
Gen. M .,g. 5s, 1924......... J&J §112
1st g. 5s, 1931..................... J&J §111 111%
Mer. Southington & Compounce—
P eo ria , I I I .
Peoria & Pekin Terminal Ry. S y r a c u s e , N. Y.
1st g. 5s, 1928, Opt., 1903..J&J §108%
1st g. sink, f ’d 58,1905-1930 J&J 104 104^2 Syracuse Rapid Transit R y —
M il w a u k e e , W is .
1st mtg. g. 5s,1946.............M*?>- §103%
P h il a d e l p h ia , P a .
fifilw. C ityR R ., 1st, 5s, g., ’08, J&D §107 108
American Railw ays Co.—
2d mtg. g. 5s,1930.......... ...J& J
Mil. Electric Ry. & L ig h t Conv. coll. tr. g. 5s, i911...J& D § ........ 102%
Consol., g., 5s .1926.............F&A §111% 112%
T a u n t o n , M ass .
99
99% Taunton St.Ry.—ls tM . 5s/14.J & i 5 ....... 105
EL6C.& People’s, 4s.tr.ctrs/45A vO
MIL Light, H eat & Traction—
Taun. & Brock., 1st, g.. 5s/17.F&A 5 ....... 106
5s, guar., 1929....................M&N §108% 109% Hest. Man. & F. con. 5s/24..M&N 1 17
Holmesb. Tacony & F r.E lec.R y.
W. Side 8t. R y .,ls t M.,5s,g.,’09, J &J §107 108
T erre H a u t e , I n d .
Terre Haute E lectric Co.—
1st g. 58, 1925 .................M&N
M in n e a p o l is , M in n .
People’s Traction Co.—
1st g. 6s, July 1,1929......... J&J § ........ 97
Twin City Rapid Transit Co.—
P.P.R y.. tr. ctfs., 4s,g. 1943. F&A 106 106%
Minn. St. R .,7 sg., ’ 10.Opt. M&N §105
T o le d o , O.
West. Phila. Pass. R y.—
Tol.Cons. St.Ry.—Cons.,5s/09 J &J §102 105
2d 6s, g., N ov. 1.1913......M&N §114
Tol. Trac., cons., g.,5s, 1909.. J&J §101% 102
1st 6s, 1906........................A&O
Con., 5s, g., 1919............... J&J §110
Toledo Bowl. Green & Southern—
2d 5s, 1926 .................. .. M &N | ........
St. Paul City—1st g 6s, ’32. A&O §128 130
........
1st g. 5s, May 1,1921........M&N 5 ....... 100
lstcons.,6s, g., 1934....... A&O §128 130
P it t s b u r g , P a .
94
96
Tol. R 7 8 .& Light g. 4s, 1909..J&J
Central Trac., 1st, 5s, 1929.. ..J&J 114% 116
Cable con.,5s, g., 1937.......J&J §113%
T r e n t o n , N. J.
Gen. g. 58,1911....................J&J §105 ioT Citizens’ Trac., 1st, 5s, 1927, A&O
Trenton Street R y.—
Duquesne Trao., 1st, 5s, 1930, J&J l i t %
M o bile , A l a .
Consol, g. 5s, 1938.............. J&J
Fed. St.& P.V.,58, g.,May 1/42,J&J 11534
Mobile Light & R R .—
115
Monongahela St.Ry.5s,g./28 J & l)
U t ic a , N. Y.
1stg. 58.1937......................J&D
117
Utica & Mohawk V alley R y .—
Pitts. AJle. & M.,gen.M.,5s/30, A&O
Cons, g, 5s, 1941................. M&S
1st g., 4%s, 1941...
M&S §100% 102%
Pitts. &Bir.Tr\.gen.,5s,g./29,M&N 116
Mob St. RR.—1st 6s, g.,’ 23.M&N
Utica B eltL. l8tg. 5s, 1939.M&N § 109 110%
B. K. & A. Tract, 6s, 1931.. M &s 117 120
Mo n t r e a l , Ca n .
2d g. 5s, 1931.................... J&J §106 108
Brow nsville A ve. 5s, 1926..F& A ........ 113
Montreal Street R y.—
103
Utica & Mo. lsc g. 5s, 1910..J&J 100
Pitts. McKees. & Connells. RR. Deb. 5s, 1908.....................M &S
W a sh in g t o n , D. C.
1st oons.,g. 5s, Jan. 1, 1931.J&J 100 101
Deb. 4%s, 1922...................F& A 106% HO
^5
95%
Anacost. & Pot. 5s, 1949
.A&O
Pittsb.Trac.C o., 1st, 5s,1927,A&O
N a s h v il l e , T e n n .
106% Capital Tr. 4s, 1903-1920... A & g 107% 109
3o.Tra.Co.lst&col.tr.g.5s’50.A&0 ! i o e
Nashville R ailw ay—
99% 00
63
...... City & Suburb., 5s, g., 1948..F&A
The Second A v. Tr. g. 58/34.J&D 117
1st consol, g.,5s,Feb.1,1950. F&A
\ Zf'
U n ited Traction 5s, 1997 ...... J A J 117 117% Columbia St., 1st M.,6s, 1914. a a O 1Nashv. St. Ry., 5s, 1925----J&J 102
b 9
Exten. g.?5s, 1914.............. A&O lo7
Edgefield St. Con 6s, 1920..J&J ioy
West End Tr.—Cons. 5s, 1938..J &J L17 118
Metropolitan 1st, g., 5s, 1925.F&A 120 122%
McGavock & Mt. V.—
P l a in f ie l d , N. J.
Certif. o f Indebt. A , 1906..A& O 106%
Eliz. Plain. & Cent. Jersey R y.—
8um m er8t.,lstM.,6s,1926,J&J H I
.„
Certif. of Indebt. B, 1907 ..J&D 106%
2d series, 68, July, 1937.. J&J 113
1st g. 5s, Deo. 1, 1950........J&D §102% 104%
82
84
Wash. Ry. & Eleo. g. 4s, 1949---2d M.. «s, July. 1919..
A&O 101
P o rtland , Me.
W h e e l in g , W . V a .
Cumber.Elec.L. & P. 6s,’22.J&J
96
Portland R R .—
Wheel. Traction 5s g., 19 3 1 ...J&J §100 101
1st, g. 4%, May 1, 1913....M & N §109 110
N e w a r k , N. J.
L12
100 102
Wheel. Ry. 1st g. bs, 1922..M&S §109
109 n o
1st cons., g., 3%s, 1951......J&J
Cons. Trac. o f N. J 1st 5s, ’33, J &I)
W ilk e s -B a r r e , P a .
Newark Passenger R a ilw a y P ort.& Cape Eliz. R y .—
Wilkes. & Wyom. Val. Trao.—
Orange & New., 1st,6s,1905, A&O §105
1st M., g., 5s, N ov. 1, ’ 15.M&N §110 112
1st, g., 5s, 1921................... A&O 110 114
New. Pass.,cons., 5s,g.,1930,J&J 117
Po rtland , O r e .
W ilm in g t o n , D e l .
LssexPass. Ry., 6s, 1905..M&N §105
Portland R y.—
Wilmington & Chester Trao.—
Nor. Jersev 8t. Rv. 4s, 1948.M&N § 83
1st cons., g., 5s, 1906-1916.J&J § 97 100
Coll. tr. g. 5s, 1918.............. A&O 107% 108
Bap. Tr. ST.Ry.,lgtM.5s,g.,’21, A&O' §109
City and Suburban Ry.—
Consol, g. 6s, Sept. 1, 1916.M&S §105 108
W o r c e s t e r , M a ss .
^Ew BEDFORD, MASS.
90
Worcester Consolidated St. Ry.
N. B. & Onset Ry. 5s..................... ....... 108
Consol, g. 4s, 1930.............J&D § 88
4%s. g, 1920 ....................... M&S §107% 109
Union St. Ry.—Con.5s, g.l914.J&J
P r o vid e nc e , R. I.
North End 5s, 1915.............F&A §100
Prov. & Fall R. 5s, 1921....... J&J §109 110
N ew H a v e n , C o n n .
United T r.& El. ,1st, 5s,g./33,M&S §113% 114% Wor. & Clinton, 1st,g.,5s, 1919.J&J §108
N. H. & Centrev.,lst,5s, g.'33,M&S
Wor. & Marlboro 1st, 5s, 1917. A&O §104 m- m m m +
N ew H av.St. Ry.,lst,5s,g.,’ 13,M&S
R e ad in g , P a .
Reading Traction,6s, 1933. J&J 120 .......... Wor. & Webster 1st g. 58/19.M&N §107%
Edgew Div. ls t,g ., 5s,1914,J&D
Winchester Ave.,5s,g.. 1912.M&N
City Pass. Ry., lstM .,5s,1909, A&O 105 ........
Read. & Womels—
N ew O r l e a n s , L a .
134 ! 1st, 5s, g., 1925...................J&J 110
Canal & Oiaib.—1st 6s, 1946 .M&N
STJRBBT
STOCKS.
113%
N.O. City R R .“-Gen.g.4-5H,’43.j &J
R ich m ond , V a ,
10 5
: Rich. Pass. & Power Co.—
1st, 6s, 1903._......... . . . ..... J&D
114%
1st cons. g. 5s, Jan. 1, 1925.J&J §102 103
N.O.Oity & Lake,1st,5s.g/43.J &J
A k r o n , O.
_
41
43
112
Northern Ohio Traction Com.. 100
Rich. Tract., lBt5s,g.,Nov/25,J&J 108
Power-house g., 6s, 1917----J&D
89 ‘4 90%
P referred ............................ -100
N O. & Car.— 1st 0s, 1907___F&A
R o c h e s t e r , N. Y .
Rochester R a ilw a y 2d 6s, 1 W 7 .,....................F & A
A lbany, N. Y.
100 110% 112%
ivitih u. 5m Fob., 1933___ ..J&J
Con. M., 5s, g., 1 9 3 0 ........ A&O §111% 112% United Traction.............. .
.
2d, 5s, g., 1933.....................J&D ilO i H 106%
Edison Elec. 1st 5s, 1 -29 ..J v j
A n d e r s o n , In d .
Union Traction of Ind............. 100 30
N. O. Power House Co. 5s. ’41. J&J
Sacram ento, Ca l .
90
95
P referred .
100
Sacramento Eleo. Gas & R y.—
urleans HR. Go., 1st 6s, 1912. J&J
2d
1 9 1 2 ....................... r&J
Cons- 5s, Nov. 1. 1927......M & N 102%
Atla n ta . Ga.
Atlanta Ry. & Power Co...— 100
BLCharles St R R .ls t g. 5«/52.J&J
S t L ouis , M o .
United Railways o f St, Louis—
A u g u sta , Ga .
N ew po rt N ew s, V a .
87% Augusta Ry. & Electric Co — 100
Gen. 4s, July 1, 1934.........J&J § 87
N ew p’ t News &Oid Pt.Ry.&E.Co.
0 aden & Bt. L, 1sfc, 5 s,g ,l913, J&J k____ 102%
1stg. 5S. Nov. 1, 1938--- --M&N 109 110
Ba l t im o r e , m d .
16%
...
United Ry«- & Eleo. Go. -Com,.50 1 16
Ga ss A v .& F. G d s., 1s t. ob/12..J &J §102
Gen. g. .>«, Mar. 1,1941...... M&S § 95 j 96
a tiz e n s ’ RR., 1st, 6s, 1907. J&J §108 10 8 %
Citizens’ Ry. Lt. & Power Co.
HIRMINOHAM, A l a *
70 % 72
102 % Blrm. Ry. Eight & Pow er........ 100
98%
Jelferson A ve.,1st5s, 1905.M&N §102
1«t g „ 5s, guar., 1940....... M&N § 98
P r e f e r r e d ................... 100 11 0% 111%
1
2nd el l Ry. 5h, 1«t,g., 1911. ..F&A §107 107 'a
n e w Y o r k , N. Y.
1Hi1
*
(lorn p. f t & M .Ter. ,0s, g.’ 13 J&J §115
Bieecker St.&F. F. 1st .... , _______r
............................. „g. 48/60 J &J 99
102
Bos i on . Mass.
KM
urn
Ronton Elevated R R.........
Taylor A ve.f Oh, g., 1913..J&J J i 1 % 116
.5
Cent. Orosstown/1 a t , 1922,M&N § 122 125
■Pi % 4
87|S
M
Missouri RR., 1st. 5s, 1900,. M&S 0 103 104 | uhh. Electric Companion....... 100
Cen, P'k N. E. m v
7ft/02,J&D \00
102
#
Preferred ------. . . . . . ---- ... 100 x V 7 ‘* . .
102
Ht, E,Cab,(B’ wyjbft, 1900 10M&N )101
Christopher & 1Oth Street—
5
Went End Street Uy., com____...50 f M 1 96
1st, ext., 4s, Oct, 1, 19 J8.. A & O ...... .• .......
Houth. Elec,Cons,,6s, 1904, M&N
1 x i i :i
Preferred, H per eenl,.. . . . . . . .
Dry Dock E. R’ way & B atter>
Cons. O 191 <........... ...M & N
ft,
Br o o klyn, N. Y .
Gen,, g,, 5ft, Apr. 1, I 910, F&A
1st, 5s, gold, 1932................l&D 114 11 6
•no
Broolc 1 <Jit v H R ............
yn
H) 249
Cert, Iridebt., 5s, 1914....... F&A I 08 l 04%
0Blon Hep cop., Os, g.,1 918.J&D i i 'i o
I
Brooklyn Rapid T ra n .voL tr.. „ 100
67 »h
Eighth A T . eert.lndeb.,6s/ J4, F&A 105 1
109
Bt. J.. Transit Gol. tr, 5s, I90XM&N
too
Coney fftiand & Brooklyn r r . ioo 35t«
42dHt. M .& H t.N .,
112 U 8
HE L .& E.BE L, 1ftt M ,0s, 1905, J &J
H3
Naftftau Eleetrlo Co*, p rof........ 100
•it, I/, & Bub,, I ftt,f>ft. g . 192 I F&A 1105
2d M., I no., 6s, Jan,, 1 9 i5 ....... .
99 101
Man hat tan Kiev a ted—
it, L.Cab.& W ., I ftt.M..Oh/ 14 M & N ) 1 16% 11H i
B um a to# N. V.
120 121
Trr*e, Hu Imori p tlOUft
Consol., 4«, gold, 1990 .....A & O l 104% 104%
1i i % i utoruat’ 1
Bt, L .& M era rn en , Oft, g , ’ 10.M & N p u
(if % 05
Pro ferred ( w . 1.)............. .
100
Met. El., 1st, 68, 1908.......... J&J 113% I M h
S aw F rancesco # C a l .
United HRs. of Han h\, 4 > g,.1927
.
91% 93
1
X b * e ( vMlMtel
,
-Mi
b
§ FnroOaftw*
p tV
H
Price «

4()

THE
MOCRs.

Bid.

Par.

C a m d e n , N. J.
1(
Camden & T re n to n .............
C har esto n , S. C.
Char. Con. Ry.Gas & Elec. Co. .100
C hiC4.1I , U
.L..
Chicago City Ry ................ . .100
Chicago Consolidated Tract . .100
Chicago Union T ra ction .___ 100
Preferred...........................
Lake Street Elevated............ .100
Metrop. West Side EL Tr. cert. .100
Preferred....... .................... 100
North Chicago Street R R ...... .100
North Western El. (vot. t r .).. .100
Preferred (vot. tr.)............. .100
South Side Elevated.............. .100
West Chicago Street R R ....... .100
C in c in n at i , O.
Cincinnati New. < Covington. 100
te
Cincinnati Street R y ............. ..50
Southern Ohio Traction....... .100
C le v e la n d , O.
Cleve. Elvria A Western .. .. 100
Cleveland City R y ................. .100
Cleve. A Eastern Ry ___ ... 100
Cleveland E le ctricity .......... .100
Cleve. Paines. & Eastern...... .100
Rake Shore Electric R y ______ .100
Preferred............................ 1 j0
<
C olumbus , O.
Columbus Railway—Common.. 100
Preferred............................ .100
Davtow . O hio .
City Railway, common......... .100
Preferred........................... .100
D f n v f r . Cm n
Denver City Tramway Co___ 100
D e tr o it , M ich .
Detroit United R y ................ .100
Ea st o n , P a .
Easton i onsol. Elec. ($15 pd.)..50
E lg in , III.
Elgin Aurora A South. Tract. .100
G rand R apids , M ich .
Grand Rapids R y .................. .100
Preferred............................ .100
H a l if a x , C anada
H alifax Elec. Tramway Co... .100
H artfo r d , C o n n .
Hartford Street R y................
H oboken , N. J.
Jersey C.Hoboken Paterson. 100
H o lyo k e , M ass .
Holyoke Street R v ................. .100
H ouston , T e x .
Houston Electric Co............. .100
Preferred...............
.100
. .. 1 d ian apo lis , Ind .
n
Indianapolis 8tr. Ry. Co....... .100
K ansas C it y , M o .
Metrouolitan Street R v ......... .100
K noxvii i f . T fnki
K n oxville Traction Co......... . .100
L e x in g to n , K y .
Lexington Railway Co.........

Ask.

... - - ......
.....

....

x 205
____
16**
80
10
373i
89
193
c6

207
..
17
52
10**
39i*
90
i 95
37
85
x 110 112
97**
97
114
144
b7

112
143

70
85
108 115
1....... 31
83
83
J....... 35

52
105

52ia
107

170
182**
99
76 Lj 7714
1.......

20

43

45

49
98

52
99

x 102 105
160
20

21

215

220

47
90

50
95

75

77

98

991a

17*4
50

45

LIM A, O .

Lima Electrio Ry. & Light___ .100
Western Ohi >R y ............. .
.100
L ong Island C it y , N y
N. Y. & Queens Co. R v______ too

Q U O T A T IO N

35
30
253s 26i*

t Prices per snare not per cent.

S to c k s .

Par.

L ouisville , K y .
.ouisville Ry., com............... 100
Preferred............................
M ilw au k e e , W is .
*411. Electric Ry. & Light...... 100
Preferred............................ .100
M inneapo lis , M in n .
twin City Rapid Transit....... .100
Preferred............................ .100
M obile , A l a .
Mobile Light & RR. Co......... 100
Mo n t r e a l , C a n .
Montreal Street R y ................ ..50
N e w a r k , N. J.
ionsolidated Traction of N. J .100
North Jersey Street R y ....... .100
-tapid Transit St. Ry. Co...... .100
n e w B edforo , M ass .
N. B. & Onset R y .................. 100
jnlon Str.Ry. Co...................
N ew H a v e n , C o n n .
if’airhaven & Weatville R R ___ ..25
Winchester A ve. R R ..............
n e w O r le an s , L a .
tf.O. & Carroll. Ry. L rt& P o w T lO O
Preferred............................. .100
New Orleans City, common.. .100
Trust receipts...................
Preferred............................ .100
Trust receipts.................
N. O. Railway s Co. (w. i.)......
Preferred (w. i.)..................
..50
<t. Charles Street................... .100
N e w po r t N ew s , V a .
N pwn. N ftws Ol d Pt. Rv. A El ee. 100
"
P referred............................ .100
n e w Y o rk , N. Y .
rileecker St. A Fulton F e r r y .. .100
Broadway & 7th Ave., guar.. .100
Central Crosstown, 7 per cent. 100
Cent. Park North & East R iv. .100
Christopher & Tenth Streets.. 100
Dry D. E. B’w ay A Bat., 6 p. c.100
Eighth A v e ............................ .100
42<i St. & Grand St. F erry---- 100
42d St. M. A St. N. A v e ......... 100
Manhattan Elevated R y ....... .100
Metropolitan Street R B ......... .100
MetropoL Securities (sub. rec.)100
Ninth Ave., guar., 6 per cent. .100
Second A v e ............................ .100
Sixth A v e ..............................
Third A ve.............................. .100
Twenty-third St., guar........... .100
N o rfo lk , V a .
Norfolk Railway & Ligh t....... ..25
N o r t h a m p t o n , M ass .
Northampton Street R y _____ .100
P h il a d e lp h ia , P a .
American Railways Co......... ..50
Oitizenfi’ Passene’er. vnar
..50
Continental Pass.RyT($29 p’d) 50
Fairmount Pk. & Haddington..50
Frankford A Southwark Pass. ..50
Germantown Passenger........ ..50
Green & Coates Sts. ($15 p’d) ..50
Hestonville M. & F., common ..50
Prftfftrrfid. ________________
Phila. City Pass. Ry. ($23% p’d) 50
Phila. A Gray’s Ferry ($25 p’d) .50

x Ex-dividend.

STATE

[ V ol . L X A V

SUPPLEM ENT.
Bid.

Ask.

123
119

124
120

___ .....
$124% 125
118 119
156%
22

23*2

270

2713
4

69
69%
18** 29
250
115** 116%
182**
t 47
1 45
91
x 101
34*4
34%
112
112
10*4
55**
1.......
191

49

102
35
35
113
10%
56*4
200

75

80

34
250
265
214
185
120
400
407
70
131*4
148*e
116
200
217
170
130
408

35
253
275
220
195
130
410
420
75
131*2
149
117*2
205
221
180
131**
415

t 13** 14
200

205

t 45%
t352
tl52
1 72**
1445
tl47
tl53
1 48*4
l 75
1205
1100

46
155
465
157

215

P<*

S to c k s .

P h ilad e lp h ia , P a .—(Concl.)
Phila Rapid Transit ($5 p’d) .5 0
Philadelphia Traotion............ 50
Railways Company General. ..10
Ridge A ve. Passenger ($28 p’d).50
2d & 3d Sts. Ry., guar............ ..50
13th & 15th Sts. Pass. R y ...... ..50
Union Passenger ($30 5-6 paid).50
Union Traction ($17** p’d )... ..50
UnitedPower& Trane............ ,.2 f
West Phila. Passenger, guar.. ..50
PiTTSBURO, P a .
Allegheny Traotion................ ..50
Citizens’ Traotion.................. 50
Pittsburg A Birmingham T r .. ..50
..28
Pleasant V alley................ .
United Traotion, com............ 50
Preferred............................ ..50
West End. common ............. ..50
P rovidence , R. 1
.
United Traotion A E lectrio... .100
R eading , P a .
Reading Traction..................
City Passenger R y ................ ..50
East Reading Electrio R y ---- ..50
R ichmond , V a .
Richmond Traction R y ......... ..5(
R o c h e ste r , N. Y.
Rochester Street R y ............. 10<
Preferred........... .'................ .10(
S t . L ouis , Mo .
St. Louis & Suburban R y ____ .100
St,. Lonifl Transit Co........... __ 100
United Rys. of St. L., p ref---- .100
S an F rancisco , C a l .
N
Cal. St. Cable R R ................... IO
Geary St. Park A Ocean R R .. 10(
Market Street R y .................. .100
Presidio A Ferries R R ........... .100
United Rys. Investment Co., subs.
Common . .. .................. 100
Preferred............................ 100
S a v a n n a h , Ga .
Savannah Electrio Co.......... . .HK
Preferred............................
Sc r a n t o n , P a .
Scranton Railway ................ . 50
S eattle , W ash .
Seattle Electric Co. ............. 10
Preferred........................... 100
S po k ane , W a sh .
Washington Water Power Co. .100
S pringfield , M ass .
Springfield Street R y ............ .100
S yracuse , N. Y .
Syracuse Rapid Transit....... .100
Preferred............................ .100
T erre H a u t e , In d .
Terre Haute Electric Co........ .100
T oledo , 0 .
Toledo Railways A Light Co ..100
T oronto . H anada
Toronto Railw ay................... .10(
W ash ing to n , D. C.
Capital Traction Co............... .100
Wash. Ry. A El. Co., com........ .100
Preferred............................ .100
W h eeling , W . V a .
Wheeling Traction................ .100
W o r c e s te r , M ass .
Worcester Rys. A Invest. C o.. .100

Bid.

Asa

9
n
..
1 98*4 98%
434
5
..... m m m
mmm
1302
t306
t245 250
t 44*4 44*a
47**
t ......
1252
t 50**
t 70*4
1 49
1 27
t 14**
t 50**
1 34**

53
701*
50
28
16
51
35

117

120

1 32
1160
1 75

34
90

t .......
65
67*4
x 99*4 lul*4
83
84
30 *a 31*2
84
85
170
99% 101
39
100 102
23** 24*4
63** 64
30
93

32
95

15
82
105

84
106

100

110

215

225

26
65

70

45

55

29

30

119

120

xl22% 123%
15*4 16*4
43
41
35
§105

50
1071*

f Sale price.

AND

M U N IC IP A L

BONDS.

Prices marked (*) are flat prices—th at is, the purchaser does not pay accrued interest in addition.

In

a ll o th e r cases

a c c r u e d in te r e s t m u s t he a d d e d to th e p ric e .

The figures in the column “ to

n et ”

indicate the basis on w hich the securities sell or the interest rate w hich the securities*

if held to m aturity, w ill net to the purchaser at the present market price.

It should be borne in mind th at m unicipal bonds are not subject to such decided fluctuations in value as are securities
which form a basis for speculation.
B on ds,

Bid.

Ask.

To
Net.

ALABAMA
58, July 1,’06, Class B..JAJ
4-5s, J’y l , '06,Class A.JAJ
4s, Jan. 1 ,’06, Class C. JAJ
4s, Cur’noy, f ’dg, 1920.JAJ
Barbour County—
4*28, g., Ref-.Jly, 1929.J.
Birmingham—
6e, Improv., 1919...M AS
6s, Refund., 1923... FAA
6s, Improv..1919-20MAS
Jefson Co.—68,1921. . AAO
6s, Deo. 1, 1917......JAD
5s, July 15,1920....JAJ
Madison Co.—
5s, 1919, op. 1909....JAJ
6s, 1929, op. 1919....JAJ
Mobile—
4s-5s, Wharf., 1906...JAJ
4s-5s, Plain, 1906....JAJ
4*9 8 ,Wat. A Sew.,’ 39.JAJ
4s, Improv., 1921...MAS
Mobile Co.-8 s, Feb ,’09 . F A A
6s, Mar., 1908....................... MAS
5s, June, 1911.........JAD
M ontgom ery68, Jan., 1918 .........JAJ
6s, July 1, 1924....... JAJ
5s, Jan. 1, 1907....... JAJ
4**s, Water, 1928... A&O
Montgomery Co.—
5s, 1935................. A&O

* Flat price

108

110
108*2
105
112

B onds.

Bid.

It
Ask. Ne

ARIZONA

/s, Insane As.,J’ly ,’05. Jan.
is,F ’ndlng,Jan.,1913.Jan.
103
is, F ’dg, 1942 op. ’ 12. .JAJ
110
. . . .
js, Fund, 1946 op. ’16.JAJ
‘ s, Bldg., 1948 op. ’18 J AD
106% 4-10 Oootise Co.—7s, June, 1906
Preseott—5s, 1947 ___J&J
__»
4-90 Tuoson—5s, Water, '50.JAJ
4-90
CALIFORNIA
4-75
4-50 4« Depot,Jan. 1.1912.JAJ
. . . . . .
450 Alameda- 4s, Seh., 1902 to
. . . . . .
4% 1041 .................................................... J&D
. . . . . .
Lakeport, 5s, Jan. '03 to ’39
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
4-35 Los Angeles—
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
4-35 7s, g., Soh., Aag. 15,1904
6s, July 1, 1906.................. JAJ
102
106
5s, Oot., 1902 to ’10.AAO
102
106
4**s, 1902 to 1935 . JAJ
.
103
4s. g.. 1902 to 1939.. JAJ
102
103
Oakland—8s, 1905 _________ Q-J
125
130
Sacramento—6s, 1903.Jan.
117
118
4**s, Jan., 1904...... JAJ
112
113
4s, Jan., 1908.........JAJ
San Diego—
4%
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
4*28, 1902 to 1941...JAJ
4% San Francisco—
4% 6s, April 1,1904.... A AO
4*4 San Luis Obispo—
5s, g., Deo. 1, 1902 t o ’40
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
4*4
. . . .

.......

. . . . . .

4-25
400
3-75
375
3 75
510
4-50
440
3-10

. . . .

3-85
4-25
340
3-40
340
330
330
3-75
425
4-25
4-00
4
3’25

.......

....... 4*50

B onds.
Santa Barbara—5s,g„ Soh.
1903 to 1941____ Jan. 10
Stockton—4s,g.,sewer 1921
to 1 9 4 0 ...............M a S
Stockton School Dist.—
58, B’ld’g, 1902 to ’21.J&J

Bid.

To
Ask. Net.
400
3-90
4

. . . . . .

CANADA.
Set

Foreign Government s, page 47.

COLORADO
4s, Jan. 1, 1907.................
3**s, Jan. l , 1905..............
Colorado Springs—
6s, July f, 1905.Opt.J&J
5s, Water,May2,’ ll.M A S
4 1 * 8 , Nov. I, 1912 Op.’02
4s, R e f g.,’29 op. ’ 14.M&8
D enver-6s, J u ly l,'05. J&J
6s,Viaduot, 1908 to 1912
5s, 1906 opt ..................................J&J
4s, Sew., July 1, '03.JAJ
4s, Nov. 1, 1908....MAN
Grand Junction—
6s,g.,1907-12....................... MAN
Gunnison Co.—
48,1919 op. 1909....A&O
Manitou—
5s, 1929 op. 1914.. MAN
Prowers Co. 5s, Jan.’ 12-’22
P u e b l o —6s, 1906
.TAD
6s, Water, June, 1914___
4 1 * 8 , Ref., ’17 op. ’07.MAS

3-50
3-40
. «. » m mm

3-60
3-60
3-60
3-60
5
3-50
3-50
3-50
5
4-70

115

107-88 4-25
107 4-25
113 4-25

122** 4-25
4

J u l y , 1902.]
B on ds.
R io Grande Co—
5s, 1919 op. 1909...F & A
4s! 1919 op. 1 9 0 9 ,..F & A
Trinidad—
5 b, Ref. 1914 op. ’04. A&O

M U N IC IP A L
Ask.

10 1

102*0 ...
10 0

........

......

CONNECTICUT
3 *08, W ar loan, 1903... J&J

3s,W ar loan,Oet. 1910. A & O
B r id g e p o r t58, M unioip, Ju ly ’ 08. J &J
4 ^ 8 C’ r t H ,, J ’ly ’ 18.J&J
4s, Corp., Ju ly 1919.J&J
Bristol—4s, Soil., 1906.J&J
4 s,F’nd’ g,July 1,’ 27.J&J
Danbury—
4q 1Q02 to 1912____ J&J
East H a r t fo r d 48, Road, 1924...... A&O
Enfield—4s, 1 9 2 0 .... .M &N
3*«s. e. Park, 192 6...F& A
H a rtford —
4s,Re8’vo ir,’ 18 op.’ 08J&J
4s, g., F ’ d’ng, 1918.. J&J
3328 g.,C a p .R ef g.,’22J&J
3ia8, Park, 1 9 2 6 ...... J&J
3328, g ., Jan. 1, 1938.J&J
3s, T* d (untax.) 1909.J&J
H a rtfo rd Seliool D istricts—
4s. A rsenal, 1917----J &D
4s. 2d North, 1924... J&J
3108 , South, 1931....M&N
Meriden—
4a, W a ter,’03 t o ’ lO .M & N
Meriden (T o w n )—
3328. 1915 to 1924..M & N
M iddletown—4s, 1915.J&J
3U,a 1921 ............... J&J
N ew Britain—4s, 1908.J&J
4s, July 1, 1927...... F & A
3 *08, R ef’ d’ g, 1924...J&J
N ew B ritain (T o w n )—
3308, Sch.,’ 29 op.’14.F & A
N ew H a ven — 4s, 1919.. J&J
48, School, 1928...... F & A
3308, Ju ly,’ 39 op.’ 09.J&D
N ew H aven (T o w n )—
4s, Park, 1915......... J&J
3328, Park, 1940........J &J
New London— 48,1924J &D
3308, Sewer, 1911...... J&J
N orw alk—4s,g. M ay ’ 35 J & J
3308,1919 to 1 9 2 9 ...J&J
3308, Funding, 1918.A& O
Stam ford, 4s, 1 91 4...M & N
3108, Mar. 1, 1921. ..M&S
W aterbury—
4308, W ater, 1905— J&J
48. 8ch. 1927to 1946. J&J
3308,1905 to 1914... J&J
Willinriantle— 48,1924. A&O
Windham—4a, 1925... A&O

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8-65s “ Fnd.,” our.,’ 24.F& A

102

106
108
101
104

DELAWARE
68, School, July, 1906.July
3308, H osp.,’ 15 op. ’06. J&J
3s, June 1, 1907 ........J&D
Newcastle Co.—
4s. R ef’ d’ g,Dec.,’ 10 to ’ 24
3308, 1914 to 1920....J&J
Sussex C o u n ty 48, F’ d’g, 1906 t o ’ 22. J&J
W ilm ington—
6a, July, 1902 to 1908J&J
4 *08, St. & sew., 1922. A&O
4s, 8.& S.,O ot.,1925.A& O

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106

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100 % 100%
m
99*0
9078
90*0
101% 102%
101*0 102
91*0
02%
97
98
102
103
104 *2 105*0
104
104*2

26%

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do; i* i
Amsterdam is , O pt'l___I D
100*0
A ugstuirg Is, op. 1906. A & 0
103
Berlin 3 ‘as.opt,.after '09 J-J
90*2
Cologne Is, opt'l, 1905.A-O
103 *
«<
Copenhagen 4 so f '01 .M &N
102*0
3 ‘as.....................
95
Frankfort, 3 % o f ] 90 i M &,8 if 08
*<
Hamburg 4s, yearly from
1903, optional 1909. J J
104 *8
H avana Os, Optional ,,,J D
101
M unich- 4s, opt... ...1011
103%
Stock holm 4s i O t l . p A l b
100
Vienna la,g ,opt 1910, A&O
0#
Zurich 4s, 1.920 Op.'08. J-D
102
Baden (Dr. Dim'y) 4s. 1909
105
B avaria 4s ............... M&N
104%
Hesse 3*a«, optional ASM)
99 k

r' **t prio^,

Prussian 3s o f 190J ..A & O
Saxony 3a................. A&O
State o f Jalisco, M exico—
6 s,g., 1918 to 1928..J&J
4-00
6 s, g., 1920 to 1930.F& A
6 s, 8., Deo. 3 1 ,1933..J&D
State o f Coahuila, M ex.—
6s, g ............... 193 L-1940
. 0. City o f S altillo, M ex.—
6s, g ...............1920-1929
3-20
CANADA
3-2C
3-2* is, D o m .,N o v .l,1903.M &N
» . . Guelph—5s, 1910... J&D31
..•
5s,£ , Ry. deb., ’ 17.J & D 3 1
5s,Con8.debtdeb..20. J&T
3*20 Hamilton—4s, 1920... M&S
Manitoba—48^ g., ’ 30 M&N
. ..
48,Drain’ge, J ’ly 1,’ 29 J&J
Montreal—4s, 1925.. M&N
...
48, reg., M ay, 1927.M & N
4s, M ay 1, 1 9 3 3 ....M & N
3*08, Rfg,M ay,1939.M & N
3-20 STew Brunswick, P ro v. o f—
3-20
4s, A p ril 16, 1921...A& O
3-20
4s, Ju ly 3,1930........J&J
3-20
4s, 1932 op. 1902....J & J
3-20
4s, 1932 op. 1 9 0 2 ...F& A
3 2 0 Nova Scotia, P ro v. o f—
4s, J u ly 1, 1919...... J&J
....
4s, Jan 1,1 9 2 0 ...... J& J
....
4s, M ay 1 ,1 9 2 0 ....M & N
... . Ottaw a, C ity 5s, 1908. J&D
5s,8oh.,Deo.30,1909.J&D
.... Quebec,City 4*08,1914. J&J
4*0S, 1922.................J&J
3-20
3*08, g., July, 1930...J&J
___
3*0S, Jan., 1931...... J&J
3-22
P ro v. 5s, 1908........M & N
Toronto—
....
4s, Im p .,A p r .l,1905. J&J
... .
4s,
do
1910.J&J
4s, Mar. 3 1 ,1 9 1 1 ....J&J
3-30
4s, Apr. 1, 1916...... J& J

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92
90
•oa. a•
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47
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47%
10l*a
41
27*0

102
103 *8
100 *2
104
103*b
96
99
105
103
104 *4
101
99
103
105*0
105%
100%

6s, 1905 .....................J&J
3-50 5si 1915 op. 1905........J&J
4-75 Bannock Co.—
68, Jan., 1910...........J&J
4-75
Bear Lake Co.—
5
5%s. Sept., 1910 to 1920.
Kootenai Co.—
fia c Vrir 1906 to 1f> J A
r
-.T
460
4-75 Mountain Hom e—
8s, Sch., 1908 o p .’ 04. Jan
4-50
Nez Perces Co—
6 h. g , R ef 1915..............

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105
101
109
114
116
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110
108
111

105
111
115
117
108
109*4

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3-50
3-50
3 25
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3-25
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3-20
3-20
3-20
3-20

320
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104
106

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3T0
3-10
3T0
3T0
3T0
3-10
3-50
3-50
3-5*
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
3-50
4
3-75
3-75
3-75
3 75
3-75
350

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* 107
115
iii
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* 101
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106
109

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3 35
335
111*0 4*50
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5*60

ILLINOIS
Charleston-5s, R e f’d’g, 1902 to 1916
4 %H, July 1,1917............
(Chicago 6s,Imp..D&o.31,1902to’04
5s, Jly d e P. w ater,'04. J &J
4 b, L ake V iew , 1907.J&J
4 »,g,,R iver Im p., 1914J-J
4 h, g.« R of’d’g, 1915. .J&J
4s, W’ ld’ 8 Fair, 1921 .J&J
3-658, W ater, J ’l y ’02. J&J
.
3 *08 , W ater, J u l y ' 09.J&J
3*08, g.,.Tuiy 1,1 910.J&J
....
Chicago Height.- Oh. 1914................... M&H
Chicago Sanitary Diet. _
5«,Nov. 1,1902 tn’07M &N
58, July 1,1011-12, J&J
4 *;j h , J an. 1, 1903 to ’ 15 J &J
4 * , Jan. 1, 1015-.- J-Wi
08
48, 1903 to 1022.... J&J
3*a June 30, 1018..J&D
... (look Co.
4h, Ref., 1003 t o ’20 M&N
Macoupin On. 4*0ii/O3J&J
Morgan Co. - -4s, 1907, June
Peoria, 4 *08 , Nov. 1, 1015,
On, 1010. J & D
r , r it Peoria Tw p,
Quincy Tib , 1902____ Hepl
4 *08, Ref., July, J 003..Pi;,
4n, R ef.. I 011 t o ’ 1.7.J*ly 1
R ockford—5 fi, J une 1, *03 4
i'« 8 . City, 1007
M .C

B onds.

92*0
Springfield—
90*0 ... .
58,Ref’ d’ g,S ep .l,’ 06.Sep.
3*08,R e f g., Sept.,’ 20.Sept
______ 5-50 T a zew ell Co.—
. . . . . . 550
4s, Ju ly,’ 02 to’ 10, Ju ly 1 .
___ W est Chicago T ow n.—
45
5s, 1910.............. ....J & J
108

I DAHO

FL ORI DA

100*0

B on ds.

...... ...
GEORGIA
. . . . . . 3-25 4*08, r e f g, 1902 to ’ 16.J&J
4 > , A c t of 1884-1915.J&J
08
. . . . . . 3-30 4*08, 1922.................... J&J
. . . . . . 3-30 4s, Ju ly 1 ,1 926...........J&J
112% 3 20 3*08, M ay 1, 1915....M &N
3 * , Jan., 1930...........J&J
08
. . . . . . . . . . Atlanta^-88, July. ’ 02..J&J
... ... 3-30
7s, W ater, Jan. 1904.J&J
6e, Capitol, Jan. ’ 14.J&J
....
58, Red., Sent., 1915..J&J
...... ....
6 *08,Red., July 1916.. J&J
4 *08, W ater, 1922 ....J & J
. . . . . . 3-30
4s, W ater, Jan.,1923. J&J
__ _ . 3-30
_
4s, g.,R ef ,,Dee.,1928. J&J
. . . . . . 3*30 kthens—5s, 1922...... M&N
. . . . . . 3-30 vugusta—7s, 1903----J&J
3-30
6s, 1915...................F&A
5s, 1921.................. M&N
4*08,Red.,M ay 1/24.M&N
______ 3-50
4s, 1927.................. A&O
... 3-50
3*08, A p ril, 1930....A & O
3-50 Chatham County—
5s, 1902 to 1919....... J-J
3-50 Columbus.—58,1909.. .J&J
_____ 3 5 0
4*08, 1927................. J&J
Hacon— 6s, Jan. 1910.Q-J
3-50
58, M arket, Jan.1918.Q-J
4*03, 1926 .................Q-J
3'50 ‘tom e-58,F’d., Jan.,’ 12. J&J
4*08, 1926................. J&J
3-50
4s, Sew., 1920 op.’07.J&J
3-50
Savannah—5 b, 1909----Q-F
5s. July 1, 1913........Q-J

124

6b, g., Jan. 1 ,1 903...... J&J
D uval Co.—6s, 1932...J& J
5308, 1932 o p .’ 12 . .M &N
K ey W est—
6s. W ater, ’25 op. ’ 05. J &J
St. Augustine—
5 b, W at. & F d g .,’ 27.M&N
Tampa—6s, g,, 1921...J&J
5e,g. ,R.,J un e l , 1929. J &D
Brit. Excheq. 3s, 1903. Q.-J
W ar loan, 2%s, 1910 Q.-J
Cons. 2%-2J
2«,op.’ 23 Q.-J
German 4s,'01-5. J J & A O
3 308, optional............ A -0
3s o f 1902 ........
A&O
Russian 4 <.g.,gnar.’ 57..J&,i
Swedish lifi, 4-3‘as,’20. F-A
Switzerland 4s, o p t'l,..J -D
3>0. , option al............. I D
h
Uni tori States o f M exico—
6s,Sliver K R, aid,opt. J&D
5s,g., R ef’d’ g, ’l l . Q.-J an.
fts, c»n. nil. I’ n of '94.A&O
3s, Internal loan............ *

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BONDS

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. . . . . . 3*50
____ 4*75
______ 3*25
3*25
3*25
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3*25
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. . . . . . 3.50
3 50
3 50
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3*10

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3 ’ 50
3%
3 40
3-40!
3 lo
3*40i
3-4 0'

3*08, Fund.,’ 15op.’ 10.M&N
3s, June 18,1909 opt-J&D
E van sville— 6s, 1912 . J&J
5a, Jan. 1 ,1 9 1 2 ........J&J
4^38, Jan. 1 ,1 9 1 2 ....J & J
4s, Ju ly 1 ,1 9 1 2 ......J&J
F o rt W ayne—3 *08, 1920...
Indianapolis—
5s, 8ch„ Ju ly 1,1902. J&J
4s,School. J n iy l,’ 26.J&J
3*0S,Emerg.,’O3to’ 12.J&J
6s, W. Ind.,’ 02to’ 17.M&N
Jeffersonville—
5e, R efdg, A pr. 1910. A&O
3 *08, R e f d’g, 1925. - M&N
K n o x County—
6s, drain.,’02 to ’ l l . M & N
Lake Co.—
5s, Road, 1902 to 1907___
4*08, Road, N ov. 15.1902
to 1919.......................
Logansport—4s, R e f nding,
1905 to 1 9 1 5 ...... M&N
Marion Co.-4s,Ref.’ 27.J&D
3*08,F ’d’g.,1902to29.J &D
N ew A lb a n y—
5s, Ju ly 1 ,1 9 1 5 ......J& J
Pulaski County 5s, funding, 1917. A & O
Richmond—6s,’ 02to’08J &J
South Bend— ’
68,1908................... M &N
5*08, N ov. 1, 1904...M&N
5s, A u g. 1,1 908...... F& A
4s, Jan, 2, 1919....... J&J
Sullivan Co.—
6s, D rain .,’ 14op.’04.J&J
5s, Road,1902 to ’06.N ov.
Terre H aute—5a, ’0 5 ..M &N
4 *08, 1902 to 1909. J&J
4s, F a g ,M a y 1,1915 M&N
Vanderburg Co.—
5s, C. H „ 1918......... J&J
V igo Countv—
3 *08, Funding, 1919. J& J
Vincennes—4 * , Rfd.1913
08
W ayne Co.-4 *08, 1904.F&A

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3*75
3%
3%
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3*35
3*35
3-35

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3*45

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3*30
3*75

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3*50

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4
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3*3o
3*30
3*30

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3*60
3 30

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IOWA
Black H a w k County—
4s Ref., 1906 to ’ l l . A & O
Burlington—
6s, N ov. 1, 1902....M & N
48,Rfg, 1902 to 1906. J &D
Cedar Rapids—
48,1902 to 1 9 1 9 .... J&D
3*08, Sck.,’ l l op. ’08.J&D
Council Bluffs—
6s, Aug. 1,1903...... F & A
5s, Sch.,Junel,1902.J&D
4*08,R e f.,’ 18 op.’03.A&O
D avenport—
68, P a vin g, O ot.,’ 03.A& 0
Des Moines—
4e, Funding, 1916. M &N
3*08,D ec.,1905 t o ’ 16J&D
Dubuque—
4s,Refd’g, 1917.. .. F&A
E stherville—
5*08, W .&L’t Sept.’ 14M&S
Lee Co.—3 %b.’02 to ’20J &D
Ottum wa—
1 41
u8,Ref,g,M ar.,,1 7 .A & 0
O xford—68,1905....... A<feO
P o lk Co.—3 *08, Court H..
Oot. 1, 1907 t o ’ 10.. A&O
Pottaw attam ie Co.—
4 *08. Fund.’03 to ’05. M&N
Sao Co.—3*08, 1902 to
1010
_ J&J
W oodbury Co.—
3 *08 , R efdg., M ay 1,1914

100
100

... .

102
100

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. . . . . . S*75
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. . . . . . 3*75
103

5

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3*25

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3*45

114

117

4
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109% 3*b
104 5*5C
3*30
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3*25
3*40

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. . . . . . 3*30

100
90

100

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100

. ft*.„* 3*75
105 3*55

105
102

108
107

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KANSAS
4s, Refund.. 1 9 0 2 ...... J&J
Atchison—4e, R „ 1913.J&J
Atchison Co.—
5s, R e f d ’g., 1916....J& J
4fl, Ref., 1929 o p .’ L l J&J
Chautauqua (Jo.
5«. Rofundg., 1917. A&O
Oof toy v 1 lo — h, 1905.
1
O
&J
Emporia —
4 %H. D ec.,’29 op, ’ 19.F&.A
Jackson Co. 53, Rfdg, 1928 op,’ 18.J&J
Kaunas c it y —
6a,Ref.,Oot. 1 . 1915.F&A
5 h, .Ian. 1, 1917..............
Leavenworth
r)H, July 1 , 1909........J&J
4 a, Ref., July 1. 19 14.1 &J
4 * , Hd, Ed.’02 to’ 21.J&J
08
Lyon Co. 4 %m, Rofuml
lug, 1919 Op 1999 .r.vj
4 h, 1919 op, 1904 . J&J
Halamanoa TownshloOh, HR. Aid. ’ 1 1 Opt J&J
1,
Hftrlg wick Co.
5% h, Rftfilg. 1910
F&A
ft it, <1 11,, 1908 1909 J&J
.
5 h, Fund,, ",ifyop. ’ 1ft ,1&J
HlmWJlno <!o.
7ft, June 1. 1902 ..June
4 ft, (1 )L, May 1/2). M&N
Topftka
(fit, July 20, 190ft....... LVJ
5 ft, A IIP 10,1912 ..J&J
3 %3 l i e f d ’ g
1910 j v [

.

4

4*8
4*75

3*60
3*60
108
100

4*00
1*00
3*70

10H

1 10

3*50
3*50

05

100

0*00

lift
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112

118

3*75
3*75
3*75

100
90
i

115

101

*««**•j 3*75
104 3*75

1 10*0
113%
101

1J 1 % 3 50
114% 3*50
103 % 9 50

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48
B onds.
Wichita—
6s, June 1, 1918......J &D
5s, Seh., July 1,1905. J&J

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103

KENTU CKY
4e, g .,J u n e l, 1905...J&D
Allen Co.—
4s, Kef., Deo./03-’30. J&J
Ashland—
6s, Sch. R e fd ’g, »07.J&D
5s,Fdg,Sept.,1914 op *09
Covington—
5s, Fd., 1920op.’ 10. F&A
Frankfort—4 *2 8 ,Sep.’ 17-27
Franklin Co.—6s, Bridge,
Aug. 1,1923 op. ’ 03.F&A
5s, Fund., July 1,’08. July
4 *2 8 , Refund’ g, 1918. J&J
4s, Refunding, 1919 .J&J
Lexington—6s, 1913.. F&A
5s, RR. aid. 1918.... J&D
Logan C ou n ty 48, R ef dg, 1903 to ’31.J &J
Louisville—
7s, Apr. 1,1903...... A&O
5s, Park, Aug. 1, ’ ll.F & A
4s, Mun. Im p , 1923..J&J
4s,
do
1923 (op.) J&J
4s, Park, 1930......... J&J
4s,RePg, July 1,1937 J&J
3*28, g., R e f g, 1940.M&N
McCracken Co.—
5s, Ref., 1933 op. ’03.M-S
5s, Ref., 1933 op. ’ 13.M-S
5s, Ref., 1933 op. ’ 23.M-S
Newport—
7310s, W ater, 1903.M&N
5s, St. imp., 1919... J&J
4s, Bridge, July,1911 J&J
Owen Co.—
6s, Refg, 1917 op. ’ 12 F&A
Owensboro—
4s, 1930op. 1915,... J&J
Pendleton Co.—
5s, July, 1910........ J&J
Scott Co.—
4s, R e fd J uly 1, ’ 02 to ’21
L O U IS IA N A
4s, State, 1914........... J&J
Atchafayla Dist. Levee—
5s Refunding, 1949.M&S
Baton Rouge—
4s,Imp, 1938, Op/09. J&J
Bossier Dist. L e v e e 68, 1922...................M&N
Caddo Dist. L e v e e 68, 1922................... J&D
5s, 1951 op. 1941... J&J
F ifth Dist. L e v e e 68, 1913................... F& A
58,1950..................... J&J
5s, 1952.................. J&J
Lafourche Dist. L e v e e 68, 1913.................... J&J
Lake Borgne Dist. L e v e e 68, 1912.................. M&N
New Orleans—
78, g.,0. S.& G. S.,’22 J&J
5s, Prem ium ............. J&J
5s, Prem. (dr. num.).J&J
4s, Jud. exp., 1923...J&J
4s, Const., 1942........J&J
4s, Im prov., 1950___J&J
Orleans Dist—5s,1913M&S
Pontchartrain District—
C, 6s, 1912.............. M&N
D, 6s, 1944............. M&N
Red R iver A.& B.B. Dist.—
68,1912....................J&D
5s, 1950.................. A&O
Tensas Basin Dist.—
6s, Mar., 1914.........Mar.
M A IN E
5s, June 1,1919..........J&I)
48, July 1, 1917........... J&J
38, Oct. 1,1922...........A&O
Aroostook Co.—
4*ss, July 1,1915___J&J
4s, C. H., June,1915.J&I)
A u b u rn in , July, 1917........... J&J
B a n g o r68, 1905.................... J&J
4s, Nov. 1, 1914....M & N
3*28,W at.,1904 to’ lO.J&J
Bath—
4*20. Mun., 1907.......J&J
4s, Rof’dg., 1921.......J&J
B e lfa s t-4 8 ,1918........F&A
East Liverm ore—
3*28,Sch.. 1910to’ 19. J&J
Houlton—4s, F ’d, ’ 17.A&U
Lewiston
5s, A p ril 1, 1917.... A&O
4s, g., Oct., 1927.-.-A&O
Portland—
6s, Sept. 1,1907...... M&S
4s.g..Ref., July 1/12. J&J
Rumford—4 s. 1919 op. 1909
Washington C o u n ty 48, 1928 op. 1923....J&J
W aterville—4s, g.,Deo.l ’27
W estbrook48 Funding,1912___ J&D
Yarmouth—4s,g.,1915.J&J
M ARYLAND
8 *2 8 , J an., 1911........... J&J
8s, Jan. 1, 1903........... J&J
Annapolis—
’ 5s, Soh., 1903 t o ’ 28..J&D
B a ltim ore58, July 1, 1916 ....M & N
4s, Nov. 1, 1925..- M&N
4s, Water, 1926...... M&N
Flat price.

121*2

104

10 2

103

10 0

......

........

......
. . . . ..

109
lo o

98

107*4

10 1
10 1

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_

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113

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9934

114
117
109
10 0

105
107

115
119
110

......
......

. _..
. . .. . . .

......

......

......

10 0

......

108

10838

113*2

117

10 2

106

110

115

MO

115
llo

112*2

101
113
113

104
115
115

103

105

101*2

......

139
217
26°
100
109*2
107^8
102

142*2
2173e

111*2
126

116
129

100
113

104
115

.......

no
108

101*i123
109
97*2

......
......
......

110
104
107
106*i
105

......

......

......

105
107
107

.....
.....
......

100
106

.....
......

118
110

......

113*2
.....

iio
106

.......
107*2
......

105
102*2

.....

103

......

122*2
119
119*2

123
.....
......

Q U O T A T IO N
H o nrift.

Baltim ore (Concluded) 3*28, Jan. I, 1926... .J&J
3*28, July 1 ,1 9 3 0 ....J&J
3*28, July, 1940....... J&J
3*28, Mar., 1945___M&S
3^8, Ref., 1952....... J&J
3 * 8 , Jan. 1,1927----J&J
4
. . . . Frederick Co.—
3^8, 1940 op. 1920..J&J
4
Laurel—5s, 1915.........J&J
4s, Water, 1941------- 4
Prince George’s Co.—
3*15 5s Ct. House, 1922..J&J
3*8
M ASSACH USETTS
3*75 3*28, Gold,Nov.1923..M&N
3*75 3*28, g ., July 1,1935...J&J
3*75 3*28, Water, 1942...... J&J
3*35 3s, g., A p ril 1, 19 09 ...A&O
. . . . 3s, g., A pril, 1915...... A&O
. . . • 3s, g., A pr. 1, 1929.. .A&O
3s, g., May, 1929...... M&N
3*60 3s, g.i March, 1936. ..M&S
3s, g., July 1, 1 9 3 9 ....J&J
. . . . 3 s, g, Water, Jan. 1,’41 J&J
. . . . Arlington—4s, 1904.. M&N
4s, Nov., 1947........ M&N
....
. . . . A ttleb orou g h __
48,Water, Ju ly1,1924J&J
4s, g., July, 19 26----J&J
. . . . Belmont—4s,June ’ 17. J &D
Boston—
6 s, Apr., 1903....... A&O
5s, g., O ct 1,1906..A& O
....
4s, Apr., 1903......... A&O
....
4s, W ater, 1919......A&O
3*25 4s, Park, 1920........J&J
3*25 4s, July, 1936.......... J&J
3*25 3*«8, Wat., Ap. 1,’ 17. A&O
3 *2 8 , June 1, 1932 . J&D
3*75 3 *2 8 , June 1, 1942. ..J&D
3s, Jan. 1, 1921...... JdzJ
3*50 Brockton—5s, 1910. A&O
4s, May, 1927......... M&N
3*75 3*28, July 1 ,1916... J&J
Brookline—
....
3*15s 1903 to 1910 A&O
Cambridge—6 s, 1904 .J&J
4s, Water,July,1919.J&J
—
3*28, Bridge, 1939...J&J
Chelsea-4s, Oct. ,1907. A&O
....
4s, Park, Oct.,1936.A&O
Danvers—4s, 1910___J&D
. . . . E verett—4s, Sew. ’ 29.. M&S
F all R iv e r - 6 s ,1906..M&N
....
5s, May 1908.......... M&N
4*28, Oot. 2, 19 13 ...A&O
48, June, 1923.........J&D
....
3 * 8 , Feb., 1930......F&A
2
Fitchburg—6s, 1905.. .J&J
....
4s,Reg., A pr.1,1922 .A&O
Gardner—
....
3*28, May, 1903 to 1926..
Gloucester—4s, 1908. .J&J
....
3 *2 8 ,W ater,’02 t o ’31 A&O
H averhill—4s.O c.l’02A&O
....
4s, Dec., 1927......... J&D
H olyoke—4s, g., 1927..J&J
3*28, May, 1913.... M&N
Lawrence—6s, 1906.. A&O
....
4s, July 1,1924....... J&J
....
3 *2 s;,Nov.,’ 02 t o ’ 10.M&N
. . . . Leominster—4s, g.,26. A&O
. . . . Lincoln—4s, June, 1917....
4s, 1905 to 1 9 1 4 ..........
Low ell—4*28,1903... .M&N
....
4s, Oot., 1920......... A&O
3*28, Feb., 1904...... F&A
Lynn—5s, Jan. 1,1905. J&J
....
4s, July, 1927.........J&J
....
3 1 2 8 , M ay 1 ,1 9 0 5 ...M&3N
Malden—
4s, June, 1902to ’ 05. J &D
4s, May, 1924....... M&N
Sifla, J u ly l, ’02to’ 10. J&J
. . . . Marlborough—
....
4s, gen. l ’n A.1915.J&D
...
4s, July, 1926...........J&J
Medford—
....
4s, May, 1917........M&N
4s, Feb., 1930....... F&A
Melrose 4s, J une,1924. J &D
Methuen—
4s, Feb., 1928......... F&A
. . . . Middlesex Co.—
....
4s, 1916 to 1921......J&D
3*30 Natick 4s, J sly, 1926......... J&J
. . . . Needham—4s, Sept., 1924.
....
4s, Sept., 1923 .... .........
. . . . New Bedford—7s, ’09 A&O
5s, Oot. 1, 1903
A&O
...
48, Wat., Apr. 1, ’ 26. A&O
...
3*28, Jane 1, 1920..J&D
Newton—68,1905....... J&J
5s, July 1,1906....... J&J
....
4s; Sell'., Aug.. 1915. F& A
4s, Aug., 1935.........F& A
3*20 Northampton—
3*20 4s,School, Jly 1,1915. J&J
3*30 4s, A pril, 1921...............
3^8 ,g „ 1902 to 1926. J&J
3*35 Pittsfield—
4s, Soh’1,1903 to ’ 17.M&N
3*28,1902 to 1910...F&A
Quincy—
. . . 1 4s, 1902 to 1937....A & O
3*28,Apr.,1903 to ’39A&O
!Salem—58,1904..........J&J
4s, June, 1913
J&D
__ Somerville—
5*28, July 1,1906......J&J
....
4*28, g, Oot. 1, 1902.A&O
4s,July,1902 to 1919. J&J
...
Springfield—
....
6s, Water, Apr. 1,’05. A&O
....
4s,g.,Wat., Ap.1/13. A&O
4*2f
4-21*

SUPPLEM ENT.
Bid.
Ill
lll* s

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To
Net*

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112
112*2

113*2

*2

112
112*2

113*2

....
....
....
....

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......
......

2-95

10 1*2

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•

mm .
mm

376

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3*40

12 1

......

......
......
......
......
10 1

117
111
112

109

......

3*06
3 06
3*06
. . . . . . 306
. . . . . . 3-06
. . . . . . 306
306
___ 306
3*06
1 0 0 * 2 2*97
......

.....
......

__
.....

.......

......

...

3*25
325
3*25
3*20
. . . . . 3*20
. . . . . . 3*20
3*20
106 3*20
107 3*20
**25
3 20
. . . . . . 3*20
. . . . . . . 3*20
......
. . . ..

......
......
.....

103
115
105
114

....
....

320
3*20
3*20
3*20

r_
__ . . . .
.....
......
._ ....

....

3 20
3*20
3-20
3*20
3*20

ib*7
111

......

........

....... 3*30

.......
......
......

......
......

3 25
3-25
3*20
mmmmmw
. . . . . 3 20
3-25
325
3*20
3*20
dma ma m
. . . . . . s 20
. . . . . . 3*20
- --• ®
o

108

. ..

......

103*2
113
100*2

....
....

......

...

3*20
3*30
J*20
3*25
....
....

3*20
3^0
3*20

......

107
112*2

•. • . ■

...
....

108*2
113*2
111*2

......

...

112
...
.......

___
......

.

320

3*20
3 20
3*20
3*20
x*20
3*20
. . . . . . 3*20
......... 3*20
3*20
3*20
3*20

......
......
......
.....

3 20
3*20
3 20
3 20
3 20
320

______ 3 20
3*20
3*20
3 20

______ 320

320
......
......

3*20
3*20

[V
B o n d *.

Springfield (Concluded) —
4s,g.,Sch.,. 1mu., 1 017 J&J
3*28, g., Mav, 1907.M&N
3*28, g., 1902 to ’ 18..J&J
Taunton—4s. 1^05 ...J& D
4s, June, 1927.........J&D
3 * 8 ,Sew.Dec. 1,1930J&D
2
Wakefield—
48,Munic., ’ l l t o ’ 24. A&O
W a lth am 48, Sewer,Oct. 1/11.A&O
4s, Jan, 1927 .......... J&J
3*28, July, 1920....... J&J
Ware— 4s, Sept., 1 9 )1 ........
W atertown—4s, 1906. MAN
Webster—4s, 1923 op. 1913
Westfield—4s/02 to’22 A&O
3*28, 1902 to 1929...J&D
Winchester — 3 *2 S, Road,
1905 to 1909............J&D
Winthrop—
3 * 8 , Nov. 1908
2
Woburn—4s, Apr./03 A&O
4s, A p ril, 1907........A&O
Worcester—5s. 1906.. J&D
48, Apr., 1938......... A&O
3*28, June 1,1929...J&D
Wrentham—4s, July, 1914

ol.

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......
......

.....
....

10 1

113
105

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Net
320
3*20
3-20

......
.....
. . . . . . 3-25

10 **2

113
103*2
105
10 2*2

......
.....

......

. . . . . . 3*20

320
3 20
.... . . 3 20

....
10 1
10 0

......
......
......

3*20
3*20
3*20
. . . . . . 3*20

106*2

M E X IC O .
See Foreign G ov’ts, p. 47.
M IC H IG A N
Alpena Co.—5s, 1915 to ’32
Battle Creek—
5s, Sewer,Oct.,1910. A& O
5s, W ater, Sept. 1/17 M&S
3 * 8 , Pav., Sep.l, ’13.M&S
2
Bay City—4s,Ref. Oct. 1927
Bay County—
5s,Fd’g, Dec.’07-8-9.J &D
4s, Ref.,Aug., 1922 & ’27.
D etroit—
7s,Water, Aug. 1/04. F&A
6 s,W .L.,June, 1906.J&D
4s, Sewers, Ap.1,’ 22. A&O
365s, P u d . im p.l918J&J
3*28, Pub.Imp., 1930. M&S
Escanabar—
5a,Sohool,1909-14-19J &J
Gladstone—4*2 S, ’ 19..M&N
Grand Rapids—
5s, C.Hall, July 1/04. J&J
4*28, Wat., Jan. 1/12.J&J
4s, School,Feb.4,’ 07. F&A
4s, M a rk et,reg ./ l 6 .M&N
Lansing—5s,J’ly ,1908 J&D
M a n istee48,Water, 1902 to’ 09A&0
Marquette—
4s, Ref., Jan. 1,1910. J&J
3*2«, Im p T 1911__ J&J
;
Muskegon—
4 r, Sch , 1905 to ’ 09.M&r*
Muskegon Co.—
4 * 8 , Jan. 1, 1832....J&J
2
4s, Sohool/02 to ’09.M&S
Owosso— 4s,Rerg, 1920. J-J
P ort Huron—4s, R e f’d’g/19
4s, Jan. 1, 1932.. ..J&J
3 *2 8 , Park,July 1, ’20.J&J
Roscommon Co.—
5s, Fund,, 1919, Mar. 15.
Saginaw—
5s, Water, 1905___M&N
4*28,Wat., J ’ly 18/14. J&J
4s,Ref.wat.,Apr.’ 07.A&0
4s,Sewer, July, 1918..J&J
3 * 8 , Water, Mar., 1920
2
St. Jolms-5s/02 to ’ 10. A&O
Sault Ste. Marie—
6s, Water. N o v .,’ 13.M&N
5s, R ef’g, Apr. 1/17.. A&O
4 *2 8 ,Bdge, July 1/20..J&J
4s, Water, 1921....... J&J
traverse City—
5s,School, July 1, ’ 06. J &J
Vayne C o.-4s, 1910..M&N
3*28, May 1,19 14...M&N
Vest Bay City—
5s, Bridges, 1909...M&S
4s, Water, 1929........J&J
M IN N E S O T A
is, Ref. sohooi certs., Julj
1,1909. optional___Ju*j
Jifis,State f ’d. J’ y l , ’ 21. J&J
Srainerd—
6s, R e f’nd., May,’04. M&N
5s. R e f’ d’g, 1 9 1 7 ....A&O
Jaes Co.—
5s, June 20, 1919..........
Olay Co.—6s,C.H.,1903 Apr
Orow W ing Co.,4s, ’ 19. J une
Duluth—
6s, R ef’d., J an. 1 /08. J &J
5s, School, 1913....M & N
5s,g.,W at.&Lig’t/26.J&J
4 *2 8 , g., July 1,1926 J&J
4s, g.,W at.& L ’ t, ’ 28. A&O
Jennepin Co.—
4 * 8 , C’urt-h.,Ap/24. A&O
2
(tasca Co.—
6s, Fund., 1905...... 8ept.
5*28, g ., Fdg., 1919,June.
H ankato—3 *2 8 ,W t,’ 19 F&A
Vlinneapolis—
8s, May, 1905....... M&N
4 * 8 , Park, July, ’ 13.J&J
2
4*28, g., July. 1921 ..J&J
4s.Oct. 15,1917......A&O
48, Jan.. 1927.......... J&J
3 *2 8 ,Soh., Jan. 1,1929J &J
Otter Tail Co.—5S.1904J&J
Polk Co.—6s, 1908......July
Ramsey Co.—5s, 1915. J&J
4s. Refunding, 1905.M&S
4*28,Ct. H.. 1916.......J&J

3*50
......

3*50
3*50
102*80 3*25
3*60
....

3*50
3*50
...
......
......
«

......
.....

3*15
3*15
3*15
3*15
3*15>

106*73

3*70
4

112*2

........

3*35
3*35
3* 3 5
3*35*
3*50
3*40
3*35

......

101*4 3 3 5
3*50
3*50
3*30
3*50
3 70
3 70
3*70

110

i..

__

4*21
3*35
3*35
3*35
3*35
<*35
3*75

.......

3*50
<50
3*50
it 0

........

........

103

104
4*2
106*4 3*20
......

111*91 3*60
109*2

.....
.....

......
......

106*2

3*25
3*10

4%
4*2

108% 4*30
108*2 3*60
105*2 3*63
3*90
3*90
3*90

3^0
3*75

3*4
108 4-25
115% 4*25
103*55 3*25
......
......

103*4

......

3*30
3*30
3*30
....... 3 30
3 30
io'4*0 4*4
4
. . . . . . 3*15
3*15
....... 3*15

J uly, 1902. j
B onds.

M U N IC IP A L
Ask.

Bid.

St. L o u is Co.—5s, 1908, J& J
St. P a u l—
6s, A p r il, 190 4 ........ A& O
5s! C .H .& C .H ., 1915. J &J
5s, Boh., M a y 2. ’ 1 5 -M & N
4*ss, Sept.. 191 7.......M A S
4s, M a y, 1920..........M & N
South St. P a u l—
6s, B rid ge , 1921...... J& D
S tillw a te r—
5 b, School, 1912...... M & N
W inona—
3*28,S ew .,J u ly 1/24.J&J

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_ ____
_____

____
......
......
113*2
....... .
304-14

MISSISSIPP!

6b, State, Jan. 1 ,1 9 0 7 ..Jan
4fl,8tate, J a n .1 ,1 9 1 9 ... Jan
G r e e n v ille —
8s, Sept. 1 ,1 9 0 7 ....... M ar.
6s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 2 8 ........ J & J
M ad ison C ou n ty—
6s, E R ., 1922 op. ’ 03.J&D
M erid ia n —
6s, P a v in g , 192 6 ___ A & O
M iss. L e v e e L is t .—
5 b, B e t , 1924 o p .’ 19.M&S
V ick sb u rg—
5 s,R E . aid, 1 9 1 6 ....F & A
Y a zo o D e lta L e v e e D is t.—
68, Im ., 1947 o p .’ 17..J&J
MISSOUR1
SJss, S ta te fu n d’ g ,1908. J&J
B lu e T ’w ’p— 7s, 1903.. J&J
C a lla w a y Co.—
4b, 1917 op. ’02 & '04.M & N
Case Co.— 4s, Jan.1,‘ 13. Jan
D ade Co.—
5s, June, 1914 o p .’ 04. A p r
4s, J ’ly , 1919 op.’ 0 9 .F eb .l
G reen e Co.—
5s,Fd.,Au g., ’02 & 0 7 .M a y
H a n n ib a l—
4*«8, 1917 op. 1 90 7.A & O
H e n ry Co.— 4 s,K eL M a r.’07.
4 *ss,1915 op. 1 9 0 5 ..M &S
J ackson Co.—
48, C. H „ 1903 t o ’09.J&J
J effer aon C ity— 4 *s8,’07J&J
Kansas C ity—
7s, park fu n d .otfs.to 1921
4*4b, g.,W a te r, 1915. J&J
4s, School, Ju ly, 1907___
4 s ,C ity H a ll, 1 9 1 0 ..J& D
3*28, School, 1919....J & J
K a w T ’w n sh ip —7s, ’ 03. J &J
L a c le d e Co.—
4 fi,F eb .l, ’ 18 o p .’ 03.M &N
L a fa y e tte C ou nty—
3 *28, R ef., 1921 ....J & J
L a m a r— 48.Sc. D .,’04,M&S
M t-P lea s’t T w ’p., B ates Co.
4 ^ 8 ,R e f .,’ 17 o p .’ 02.June
PettlsC o.-4s,’ 18 op. 03M & N
Halls Co.—4 b,’ 18 op. ’0 3 .. F
8 L Joseph—
6 b, F u n d in g, 1 9 0 3 ...F & A
4s. School, 191 4 .......A& O
3^8, R e f.,1921......... F & A
St. Louis—
6e, P r o p ’ ty , cur.,’ 06. A & O
6 b, P a rk , gold , 1905.A & O
4s, R en ew .,8 ter.,’ ll. M & N
4s, R e n e w a l,g ., ’ 18. J&J
3-65 a,ren ew ’! , g ’ 07.J& D
3 6 5 b , ren ew ., g.,’ 15.M & N
3 > , renew ., g., ’ 0 9 .. J & D
28
3tg8, re n e w a l, g .,’ 19.F & A
3 *48, g., A p r . ), 1922 A & O
S ch u yler Co.—5s, ’0 2 ..M & S
5b, S ep ty 1 9 1 2 .........M &S
S cotlan d Co.—
4 *28, 1902 to 1917...J& D
Sedall a—
4 *28, ’ 27 op. ’ 02 & ’07.. J&J
4B,Ref.,July 1,1919..J&J
S p rin gfield —
4*98, M a y, 1911----- M &N
Sullivan Co.—
4fl,’ 1 8 o p .0 3 ,’ 0 8 ,’ 1 3 .F & A
V ernon Co.—
». 4*ae, R e f., S e p t , ’ 18.M&S

106
105
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......
_____

__ _
______
108*4

______
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_____

100*2
102

102
104

100

101*2
105%

100

105
10t

100

......

99
100
103

lo t

100
100

102*2

......
______

105
112
103
103*2
101

119
113
104

u o

103
101

100

To
N et

102-28 3-50
102*2
106
101*2

101

3-50
107
105
104*2 3 1 0

102

........ 3-25
3-25
3-20
32
3-20
........ 3 20
3-20
3-2'
101
3-20
102
111

........
........

........
100
106

106%
102

103%
107-15 3-50

100

........
3-70
116-85 3-30

MONTANA
B eaverh ead Co.—
58, 1919 op. 1909 . . . J&.J
48, H. 8 c h . , ’ 2 1 c p . ' 0 6 . J & D
B o z e m a n ~ oh,’ 1 9 o p ©9 J & J
Oa8ca<le C o u n ty—
4 «. O o u r t M . , . J an. 1 ’ 2 1 J & J
Cascade C o . Bob. D l 8 t . N o . 1
6ft, g . , M ar. 1,101 ft o p .’Oft
O u a t e r O r . — 6 h,1 9 1 5 . . . J & J
D eer L o d g e C o . —
5 h, 1 9 1 9 o p , 1 9 0 9 . . . . J & J

3-75

G reat Falla—
6i», S c h o o l , 1916........J&J
5h, A .. or, 1 9 0 8 , ’ 1 3 & 1
H e l e n a S o b . D I k. N o . 1 . —
5 s ,.J u ly 1, 19 10 o p t . J & J
4 'sift, ;;••?'!*.,’ 0 3 to 2 2 J & J
J efferson C o —
4 'f l* . nr ’ 0 4 , ’ 1 4 & 1 9 . J & J
L ew la & C l a r k e C o. 5 > a « , c . n . g . , ‘0 2 t o ’ J 7 . J & J
Mimmihik Co, —
48, R e f . 1.921 o p . ’ 1 1 . F & A
811v e r B o w C o . —
5fl, F d . J u l y 1 , 1 9 1 2 . J & J
S i l v e r B O w O o . , SOh. D i a l . ,
No. 1 ( B a t t e ) —
48, g „ 1 9 2 1 , o p t ' l l . . J & D
Y e llo w sto n e C o .—
5 s , R e f . , 1 9 1 8 o p . ’0 8 . J & J

3-87
3-87
4

4
I

3-75
3-76
9*70

3-75
3V

* Flat price.

______
______
______
__ _ __
........
104*2
107
111
106
110
104
104

5 h, A hh« hs , A r>r. 1 9 1 6 . A & 0
5 b, W a t e r , 1 9 1 6 . . . . A & O
4*e«, W a t e r , 1 9 2 5 .
J& .J
4 h, g . / T a x A r r o a r D e c . ’ 03;
4 « ,g ,L ib ra ry ,A p r.'2 H A O
I a h i g B r a n c h - 15h, ’ 18 O p t .
M o r r i s (Jo. 4 s , 1 9 3 5 . ..J&J
N ew ark
7 s , W a te r,M a y , 190I5M AS
Os, C o r p o r a t e , 190 H ...K & A
4*S«, W a t e r , 1 9 ) 5
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4«, R e f n n d ’ g, 1 9 2 3 . M A S
4 s , W a t e r , F o b , , 1 9 2 2 , FA. A
4 s , HI. I m p . , 1 9 0 0
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3*88, 1 9 2 9 .....................! & D
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N ew B ru n sw ick
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109*2 3-25 P aterson —
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4*28.1934..........................
102-73 3-65
48,N .C .H all,’28 t o ’ 30. J&J
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5s, M u n icip, Ju ne 1 ,1 9 0 ;
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P la in fie ld — 4s,g., 1914 J&J
4
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4s, W a te r, 1932........ J&J
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3*28, Seh. , N o v . l, ’29.M &N
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A tla n tic C ity —
5s, 192 5 ..................... J& D
4 *28, g., W a ter, 192 6..J&J
4*ss, P a rk , 1930.......J&J
4s, W ater, 193 0 ........ J&J
A tla n tic H igh la n d s—
5s, reg., M a y 15,’06.M & N
4*28,g.,W tr. J ’ly 1,’ 28. J&J
4 8 ,g .,S e w r,J ly l,l9 2 8 J & J
B a y on n e—58, g., 1911..J&J
4 *28, gold , Sept., 1916 ...
4s, g. T a x , 1 9 0 9 _________
Cam den—7s. 1 9 0 6 .... M&ft
4 *28, W ater, J a n .,’23.J&J
4s. P a v in g , 1929. . . M &N
E ast O ra n ge— 5 s,1 9 0 3 M *N
E a s t R u th e rfo rd — 4s, 1929
E liza b eth —
4s, A d i..J u ly 1 ,1 9 2 2 .J&J
Englew ood--3 *28,1930. J &D
E ssex C o —4s, 1 9 2 6 ..F & A
4s, g., P a rk , 1938.... F & A
3-658 P a rk ,’ 15 t o 3 5 .F & A
F ra n k lin T o w n s h ip 48, R oad, 1902 t o ’29. J& D
H a ck en sack —4s, g., S ew er,
1903 to 1 9 1 3 ..........F& A
H a rrison —4s, 1 9 3 0 ....J&.J
H obok en —
4a, R e fu n d in g ,1919. F & A
Hudson Co.—
5s, R ef., S e p t . V 0 5 .M & 8
4*28. Road, 1 9 2 3 .... J&.J
4s, R oa d , 1927........ M A N
3 *28. B ’dge, ’05 to 20, A & O

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7 B ,Im p .< £ g en .C lty’ 06J &J
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7 b , W ater, 1 9 0 8 ........ M & P
3-80
6s! F l o a t ' s ; . F o b . ’ 09 F& A
58, g o l d . A hhchh,, 2 4 M & N
3-87
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4s, R e f., 1919op. ’09.M&S
3-35 D ouglas Co.—5s, 1907. J&J
3-30
5s, 1 9 1 1 .................... J& J
3-3< F rem o n t P re c t. (D o d g e Co.)
3-30
4s, R e f., 1 9 1 9 o p .’ 09.M &S
3-31 G rand Is la n d —
3-30
6 a ,W a te r,N o v .l,’ 05.M & N
5s, R e f., 1918 o p .’ 03,J&J
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6s, 1912 op. 1 9 0 2 ... .J& J
3-25
5*28,Fd.Sept. 1 , 1912.Sepl
5s, 1912 op. 1 9 0 2 ... J&J
3-25
5s, Soh.D ’ 1 7 op. ’07.M &N
4s, R e f., 1919 op. ’09.M&S
N o r fo lk —
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5s, S eh oolD ist., 1908J&J
5
5s C ity H a ll, 1 9 1 2 ...F & A
4*28, J u ly, i9 1 0 .......J&J
5
4*2,8, Oct., 1917.......A & O
4s, Fu n din g, 1918 ..M & S
4s, Seh. D., Jan.1,’1 9 .J&J
5-50
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6s, R e f d ’g, Oct. 1 ,1 9 0 4 ..
5s, June, 1915.......... J& D
5
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5-5C 6 s,M u n .w ar.,Jan .l9 05.J& J
4s, L ib ’y , J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 1 . J&J
B e rlln -L ts , R e f ., 1917, M & N
.... C la rem o n t—4s, 19 0 9 .. J&J
C on cord—4a,J an. 1922. J & J
3 s,R ef.W a t, N o v ’ 21.M & N
.... D o v e r—48,1902 t o ’ 16 J&J
4s, A p r. 1, 1907.......A & O
H a v e r h ill—
4s, F d g .,D e o ., 1904 to ’ 13
__ _ K e e n e —4s, J u ly, 1904. J&J
L a oon iar-4 s, J u ly, ’ 21. J&J
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5a, W a te r, A u g . l, ’ 1 3 .F & A
4*28, N o v . 1 ,1 9 1 3 ...M & N
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4 s ,B ’ld ’ g, Jan., 1917.J&J
3*28, F d g .,A p r .l,’ 1 9 . A & O
N ash u a—
48.C ity,g., 1 9 1 3 .....J & D
P o rtsm ou th —
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4s, N o v ., 1 9 1 4 . . . . . . M & N
R och ester— 4s, 192 2.. J & D
R ock in gh am Co.—
4s, F d g .,J u ly 1,1905.J&J
W h ltefie ld -4 s,l9 1 4 ,o p .J & J
W o o d s v ille —4a, Soh. D ie t ,
1902 to 191 9 ........... M & N

101

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6s, R e f g , 1923 op. ’ 13. J&J
5s,Cas. d el., ’ 23 op. ’03. J& J
5 s,M ilit. In s t.’25 op 05 J&J
5s, C a p .B ld g.’25 op. 15M & N
5s, Ins. A s y ., ’ 25 op. 15.J &J
4s, B ld g., ’29 op. H 9 ..M & N
B e rn a lillo C ou n ty—
5s, 1931, o p tio n a l 1921..
C h aves C ou nty—
5s, 1931 op. 19 2 1 ....M & S
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6s, R e f . , ’ 17 o p . ’ 0 7 ..J & J
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. . . . . . __ _ _ 3 b, g., Jan., 1 9 1 2 ........ J & J
3s, g., 1913.................... J&J
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6s,Park, 1915 to ’ 19.M & N
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3s, S. C .R R ., 1 9 0 6 ...M & S
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102
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4 s ,C .H „ 1928 & ’ 2 9 .F & A
3*28, Bdg., 1935.......F & A
3-35
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7s, R eg., J u ly, 1906.J&J
7s, B r id g e ,’ 1 5 t o ’ 24 .J&J
6s, P a rk , 1924.......... J&J
3-65
5s, B rid ge , 1919........J&J
3-60
4s, B rid ge, 1926.......J&J
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3-60
ts, School, 1920........ J& J
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4s, W a ter, Jan. 1,’ 14.J& J
3-60
3 *28 , g., 1911. E x ’p t.J & J
3-60
3*28, g .t 1903 t o ’ 37 J&J
3*28„g, J u ly 10,1925. J&J
3-7f
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3*28, go ld , 1927........ J& J
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3 *28, g , J u ly 10,1934.J&J
3*28, gold, 193 6 ........ J&J
3-70
3s. W a ter, 1 9 0 5 ........ J& J
3-70
3s, B rid ge , 1925.......J& J
3-70
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7s, 1924 & 1925........ J&J
3-25
6s, P a rk s, J au. 1,1924J &J
3-25
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4s, S e w e r,M a y 1,’ 13.M & N
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3 *28, Oot., 1917........ A & O
3*2B,Park,Reg.,1927 F & A
101
3s, R oad, 1 9 1 3 ....... J& D
3-50 Cohoes—
78, J ’l y l , 190 2t o ’ 13 .J&J
3-25
4s, J u ly 1. 1920........ J&J
3-25
3-25 C ollege P o in t— T
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7s, J u ly, 1902 to ’ 1 3 ..J&J
E lm ir a —
3-65
4a, Sch’l, J ’ ly 1 ,1904M & N
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3-651 Is , R eg . M a y 1, ’ 1 0 .M &N
. . . . . . 3-66
3 *28, R ed em p t’ n, ’ 12 to ’ 21
F a r R o ok a w a y—1
1
58, Im p .. 1902 t o ’ 21..I&.I
3-30
Fiatbush Tf— 6 b, 191 1.. M&S
3-36 Fulton—
. . . . . . 3-35
3-40, W at., ’05 to ’ 29.J& D
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4 h, g., 1923.............. J& J
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3 *28, g . , W a t . , ’ 1 2 t o 3 6 A A O
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3 s , l i r a . , J a n . 1 5 , 1 9 1 4 . J &.I
3-7ft
3*75 i L o n g I s l a n d O i l y ~1|
7« , Hunt. 1 ,'0 2 t o ’ 1 4 . M A S
5
(i«, F e b . 1 9 1 3 to M U . F & A
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58, J u n e . 1 9 0 9 ............ J & D
4*28, M a y 1, 1 0 1 0 . . .M vNI
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4 1 9 0 3 to 1 9 2 3 . M AH
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8**8, F e b . 1, 1 9 3 1
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3-16; M o u n t V e r n o n
4.h, Mnhool, '0 9 l o ’ 1 7.M vN|
3 15
R o a d , i 0 2 H __ F & A
1 t-7f Nfinnan C o u n t v ,'DflR. B ' W ’ K, 1 9 3 0
M&8
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4 b , W a t e r , Feb. 1 , ’ 1 2. F A A
3*fl8, W a ! . , H o p . l , ’ 0 7 . M & 8
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3 *28, 1902 to 1 9 0 6 ..M & N
3 *26, 1904 to 1 9 3 3 ...J & D
N e w Y o r k C ity —
7 b, W. F a rm s..’02 to 2147
7 B ,M o rris a n ia .l9 1 6 to ’80
6 b, W illia m B b rid g e H ig ’y,
1
M a y, 1909 to '44 . .M & N
i 5 b, D ock, 1908........ M & N
5 b, g., D o ck , 1 9 2 8 ..M & N
S*sB,g.,Pk.,1916,Ex.M & N
3 *28. E xm t.,O o t.’ 15.M & N
3 *28, E x m t., 1 9 2 2 ..M & N
3*26,g.,D’k ,’ 2 7 ,E x . .M & N
3 *2 , g.. E x ., 1 9 4 1 ...M & N
3**B, R . T ’4 8-’ 5 0 . . M * N
3 ‘30s,Co., ’ 17-’21,E x.J& J
3 b, W a ter, 1904, E x . A & O
8s, A rm o r y . ’09, E x . M & N
3 b. School, 1913 ....M & N
3 b, g., S treet, 1 91 6.M & N
3 b, g.D ook ,1 9 2 4 ,E x.M & N
3 s,g.,B .T ..1 9 5 0 , E x .M & N
2*ss,P ark ,E x.,1 9 0 9 .M & N
N ia g a ra F a lls—
4s,School, M a y , 1 9 1 3 ....
4b , P o lic e , F eb ., 1914---N o rth T o n a w a n d a —
5e, S ew er, 1911.......,M & 8
4 b,W at., 1924..........A& O
Nvnp.l?—
4s, g., W a te r , 1 9 2 7 ..........
3*28. June, 1914 to 1923.
O n ondaga Co.—
3 b,Ju ly 1902 to 1929. J& J
O sw eg o —
3*28, 1903 to 1 9 2 2 ..A & O
P ou gh k eep sie—
4 b, B ounties,1905..M & S
3 4 b,S ew er, 1905---- F & A
3s, B ou nties, 1 9 0 7 ..M & S
Q ueens Co.—
4 b, 1917.....................J & D
4s, 1927..................... J& D
R ich m on d Co.—T
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4 b, F und.,Ju ne 1 ,’ 14. J& D
4 b, g., J u ly , 1 ,1 9 2 1 ..J&J
R och ester—
7 b, Jan, 1 ,1 9 0 3 ........ J & J
4 b, 1922......................J&J
3 *28,R e f’g R R ..1 9 1 3 .F & A
3 *28, Im p r.,O ct.,’ 1 9 .F & A
3*4S,B’d g e ,8 e p .l,’ 21.J& J
R o ck la n d Co.—
5s, R eg., M a r.,1910..J&J
4*2, M ar., 1 9 0 3 to ’05 A & O
3*« b,F und.,’ 14 to ’ 24. J &D
R o m e—4s, A p r. 15. ’ 21. J& J
8eaC liff-5B ,g,H ,S’p l , ’02-20
S c h e n e c ta d y 48,W .,N’ v l , ’08 to ’ 15 M & N
3 b, W a ter, 1911........F & A
Syracuse—
4 *28, W ater, 1920— J& J
4s, R fd g ., 192 9........ J & D
3*as, W a ter, 1928___ J& J
3 b, W a ., J u ly 1 , 1920.J&J
T roy—
4*28,A u g .,1 ’ 02 tO’ 0 4 .F & A
4s, June 2, ’0 2 t o ’ 0 4 .J& D
31*8. R e f, 1905 t o ’ 14. F & A
U tic a 48, Jan., 1903 to 1 9 1 9 ....
W a te r to w n —
3 *28,S ew er,’ l l t o 27.M & N
W estch ester Co.—
48,1902 to ’ 05..........J & D
3 *28, June, 1927.......J& D
W h ite P la in s —
4s, 1914 to 1 9 2 8 ___ F & A
3*ss, W a te r, 193 0___ J&J
Y o n k e rs 48, P a v ., 1903 to ’ 25.M&S
4s, W a te r, 1917.......A& O
3*48, M a y, ’ 10 to ’ 24.F & A
NORTH CAROLINA
4s, R en ew a l, 1910...... .J&J
6s, C on str’ction, 1919.A & O
A s h e v ille —
6 b, J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 6 ....... .J& J
5s, J u ly, 1911............ J&J
C h a rlo tte—5 b, 1929___J&J
F o rs y th Co.—
6s, C. H ., M a y 1 ,1 9 1 1 .,M
G reensboro—
5 b, g., Jan. 1, 1 9 3 1 ..J& J
M eck len b u rg C o u n t y 68, R R . aid, 1 9 2 0 ...M & N
R a le ig h 68, 1907...................... J&J
5s, 1927.....................A & O
4s. J u ly 1 ,1 9 2 9 ........ J&J
R e id s v ille —
5s, g., W a te r,M a y 1. ’ 29. M
Sw ain Co.—
6s, R e f’ g, J u ly 1,’ 19 J& J
W ilm in g t o n 58, Fund., J a n .l9 2 2 .J & J
4 s,g.,R ef.,J ’l y 1,1929 J&J
W ilson Co.—
5s, C’t H o .,’ 16,op.’06. J&J
NORTH DAKOTA
41-38, R e v ., A p r. 2 5 ,’05.A & O
4s, R e f., J u ly 1, 1914. .J&J
48,Fund’ g,M ar.20 ,’ 21.M & N
4 b, R efu n d ’ g , J u ly 1 ,1 9 2 3 .
B is m a rck —
4128.1911,’ 1 6 & ’ 21..M & 8
B u rieigh Co —
4*s8, Oct. 15, 191 8 .......

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5s, B ’d o f A g r i., Sept. 1
1902 to 1 9 1 1 ....... .M &S
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5e, June, 1916........ J& E
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4s, D , A p r il, 1923... A&C
3-25
B o w lin g G reen —
5s, R e f’g ,1908 to ’ 17.M&S
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4*gB,Replen.’04 t o l8 M & N
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6s, W ater, 1922.......A&C
3-20
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......
5 s ,S e w .,A p .l,’ 03 to 10. A
.....
3-20
... -3-20 Canton—
______
3 2(
4 *28, D ec., 1903 to 1910.
______ 3-20
.....
48, Im p ., 1903 t o ’10.A& O
........
______ 3-20 C in cin nati—
......
_____ 3-20
1 ....
...
7-3s, M a y, 1906 . . . . M & N
......
......
r __- - - 3-20
7s, N o v ,, 1 9 0 8 .......M &N
......
6 b, gold , M a y,1 9 0 6 .M & N
3-20
......
6s, A u g ., 1909 .........F & A
90
88
5s, Sew ., M a y .1 9 0 9 .M & N
5s, 1930, op. 1910.. M & N
3-25
___
r____ 3-25 4s, 1930, op. 1911. -J&J
......
......
4s, S. F ., 1941 o p .’ 21.J&J
______ 3-35
______
......
3-65 g., F e b ., 193 7.. F & A
____
___
......
3-35
3*48,1938op. 1 9 1 8 ..F & A
......
3 *48, E x t. to 1940___ J&J
_ __ . . . . . . 3-30
......
38, W a t., 1939 o p .’ 19 F & A
_____
______ 3 3 0 C le vela n d —
......
6s, B ’d o f E d .’ 0 7 to l6 M & S
______ 3-25
......
5s, V ia d ., June,1907.J &D
......
5s, L ib r a r y , 1 9 1 8 ...A & O
___ ______ 3 30
......
4 *28, School, J ’e ,’ 0 2 .J & D
4s, W a t’r A p r il. 1903A & O
3-25
4e, A p r., 192 1..........A & O
______
____ _ 3-25
......
48, P a rk , 1 9 3 1 .........A & O
______
...... . ______ 3-25
3-658, W a ter, 190 2.. M &S
C lifton (in C in cin n a ti)—
_____ ____ 3-20
......
5s, W a te r,J a n .,1906.J& J
___ _ 3-20
.......
......
4 *28, Gen. im p ..1919. J&J
______
4 *28, W at., 2d ser.,’ 22 A & O
,
....... . . . . . . 3-20 Colum biana Co— 4s, Fund.,
J u ly 20, 1902 to ’ 11..J&J
........ 3-20
........
........
Columbus—
______ ______ 3-50
......
6s, June, 1904..........J & D
......
. . . . . . 3-20
......
5 s ,F ire D e p ’t, 1904., J& D
....._
______ 3 2 0
......
5s, W a te r, A p . 1, ’ 07. A & O
______ . . .
3-20
......
4 *28, V ia d .,N o v .’02.M & N
_____
......
3-20
4 *28, S ew er, 1921 ...M & S
4s, F . D ., June 1, ’ 1 6 .J& D
3-35
4s; D ec. 1 ,1 9 2 7 .'....... J& D
. . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30 C u yah oga Co—
3-30
5s, J u ly, 191 8 ............J&J
3-25
4s, Fund., ’06 to ’ 2 6 .A & O
3-25 D a yto n —5s. Sch., ’ 0 6 .F & A
5s, A p r il, 1915........ A & O
__
___
3-25
4 *28, W a t., ’02 to ’0 4 .F & A
3-25
4s, W a t., M a y 1, ’ 05. M &N
48, School, ’ l l & ’12.J & J
_____ 3-25 D efian ce—
___
______
3-25
5s, R e f., 1903 to ’ 12 M &S
___
______
3-25 D elph os—58,’ 1 6 to ’2 0 .A & 0
3-25 E a s t L iv e r p o o l—
4 s,R efd g , ’40 op. ’ 20. J&J
........
3 3 0 E ly r ia —
___
3-30
4s, W a t , 1909 to ’ 23.F & A
... 1 3-25 E r ie Co—4s, 1909, o p t .J&J
F in d la y —
r_____
......
3-25
6s, Fund, 1903 t o ’07. J& D
a__ _ .
6 s ,W te rS e p .l,1 9 0 7 .8 e p .l
3-25
5 s ,W a te r ,M a r .l,’ 08.M & S
......
4s, St. Im p ., 1905............
_____ 3-20 F o sto rla —
......
____
T____ 3-20
__ _
6s, P v g , S e p t.l, 1907 M & S
6s, School, 1904...... M &S
3-30 F ra n k lin Co.—
3-30
.■
6 b, R oa d , Sep. 1 ,’ 05,M & S
4 *2 8 ,M a yl,’ 03 to ’08.M & N
4s, B rid g e ,’03 to ’ 19. A & O
........ 3-25
........
3-25 G a llia Co.—5s, Jan., 1909.
.........
3-25
5s, R oad, J u ly 28/19.J&J
G a llip o lls —
5 b, W a ter, M a y 1, 191 4..
....
4 b, R ed em p tio n , 192 0 ___
105
.... H a m ilto n —
133
5s, Gas, F eb . 1,1908.F & A
116
4*28,1905 to 1914.. J u ly 1
H a m ilto n Co.—
108
■. . •
5e, A u g. 1 ,1 9 3 4 .......F & A
4s, C. H ., June, 1936.J&D
4-50
4 s,P ik e & B rd g ,1 9 1 8 .F & A
Jackson Co.—4s, 1915. A & O
........
115-45 4 1 0 L a k e w o o d —4 b, S ew er,A p r.
& Oct., 1905 to 1942. A & O
......
4-55 L im a —
58, Im p t., 1902 to ’ 09.J &J
108
110
4s, S ew er,’03 to ’ 25.A & O
106
108ta . . . .
3*28,R e fg ., A p r .,’30 A& O
3-60 L o ra in —
107
6s, P a v ., 1902t o ’0 5 ..F & A
...... 400
5s, R iv . Im ., ’ 18 to 32.J&J
Lucas Co.—
_____
5
4*28, R oad, ’ 02 to ’ 11.J& J
4s, Court-house, ’4 4 .M &S
. . . . M adison Co.—
112
115
101 12 102*s . . . .
68,Sept.lO ,’ 0 2 to ’04.M &S
M a d iso n vile—
3-75
4s, Soli.,M ay 11,’3 0 .M & N
M a rie tta —
6s, g., 1902 to 1904.A & O
......
5s, P a v in g , 1906___ A & O
. . . . . . 3-30
......
. . . . . . 3-25 M arion — 6 b, 191 0 ___ M&S
3-25
......
5s, S ew er,’ 02 to ’ 1 7 .M &S
......
........ 3 2 5 M a rtin ’s F e r r y —
68, P a v ., Sept. l , '0 2 t o ’04
......
. . . . . . 3-87
5s, Sch., 1926 to ’4 4 .M & S
M eroer Co.—
......
...... 4
6s, Sept., 1902 to 08 M & S
M iam i Co.—5s. B rid ge ,
J ’ly l,1 9 0 2 ,to l9 0 8 ..J & J
M id d leto w n —
4 b, P a rk , 193 0op. 20F&A| . . . . . .
......... ........ 3 75
102
M o n tp e lie r 68, W at. & L t ., 192 0t o ’ 291 . . . . . .
______ 3-30
_____ 3-30

HNow part of New York City.

[V ol. LXXV

SUPPLEM ENT
A sk.

To
N et

.....
.....

3-4C
3-4C
3-3C
3-3C

.....

3-75

. . . . . . 3-5C
. . . . . . 3-50
... ..
......

4
4

.....

3-75

3-35
. . . . . . 3-35
......
______
......
.....
____
....
....
___

3-20
3-20
3-20
3 20
3-20
3-20
3-20
3-20
3T8
3-18
3-18
3

_____ 3-35
_____ 3 '3 i
___
335
3-35
3-35
.
335
_ 3-35
__;_
3-35
. . . . . . 3-25
___
3-25
_____ 3-25
........ 3-50

B o n d *.

Bid.

Ask.

.'Telsonville—
.......
6e, R e f.,A p r .2 ,1 9 1 4 .A&C
N orw ood—
6s, 1902 to 1 9 0 8 .............
5si Sept. 1.1915
4*28, R oad, 1902 to 1909
Dberlin—6s, 1904...... F & A
O ttaw aC o.— 6 b,’04-’ 18 F & A
......
Pom eroy—6 b,1914. ...M & S ..............
5 b, R efu n d ’g, 1 9 1 7 ..M&S
......
4*28, R e f’d’g, 191 7.. M&S
Portsm outh—
5 b. W a ter, 1906...... M &N
........
4 *28, Sch., M a y, ’04 to ’07
........
P reb le Co.—6s, B rid ge , J & J
1902 to 1 9 1 3 ....J&J 16
........
it.M a ry s 6s, Im p .,’ 08.M&S
........
Sandusky—
5 s ,W h a r f,A u g .l,’0 9 .F & A
4 b, P a v g , 05 to ’ 10’..M&S
Shelby—5s, ’0 2 to ’ 14. .J& D
........
Shelby Co—6s,’02 to ’09J &J
8p rln gfleld —
6s, A u g. 1, ’ 02 to ’ 10.M&S
Jtark O o .-5 s , 1912... .M&£
Steubenville— 48,1924 M&S
........
iy o a m o re — 5 b, W ater anc
L ig h t, 1903 to 1 9 2 0 .M&S
........
Tiffin—4a, Sept. 1, ’ 15.M &S
Toledo—
5 b, M a y 1, 1911 ....M & N
4*28, Oct., 191 9 .......A & O
4*48, S c h .,F e b .l7 .’ 16 F & A
4 b, P a rk , J u ly 1 '4 2 .J& J
3 * 2 jR e fg ,1 9 3 0 ........ M&N
Van W e rt Co.—
6 s,R ’d, 1911 to 1919.F & A
W estw o o d (in C in cin n a ti)—
6s, 1909..................... F & A
5 b, S id ew alk , 1 9 2 5 ..M&S
Y o u n g stow n —
6s,School, S ep t.,’ 02..M&S
5 b , P a rk , M ar. 1, ’ 14. J& J
5 s,F ire,O ct,'0 2 to ’ 1 7 .A & 0
6s, Sc. D is .,’07 & ’08.M & S
Zan esville—4 *s8,1909. A & O

To
N e t.
4-25
3-75
3-75
3-75
3-75
3-60
4
4
4
3-75
3-75
3-50
4-00
3-75
3-75
3-90
3-50
3-40
3-50
3-75
3-80
4
3-50
3-50
3-5G
3-50
3-50
3-60
3-30
3-30
3-40
3-40
3-40
3-40
3 60

OKLAHOMA

....
______
______
______
_____

3-50 Canadian Co.—
3-50
4s, C ’t H ..’ 2 3 t o ’ 3 2 ..F & &
3-50 C le v e la n d Co.—
3-50
6s,Fd.,Sept. 10.19Q4.Sept.
3-50 El R en o—
3'L 0 6s, School, M ar. 28, 1919
3-50
5s, R e f’ g, 192 0t o ’ 29. J& D
Logan Co.—
5s, R e f., 1919 op. ’09.J& J
3-50
3-50 Ik la h o m a C ity —
6s, Sch., Jan. 1 , 1914J&J
3-35
6s, F u n d ’g, 1906 to 1915
3-35
3-35 Ik la h o m a Co.—
6s, Fund. D ec.,1 90 4.J& J
3-35
6s, F u n d ’g., 1919 to 1922
3-35
Payn e Co.—
3-85
4 *28, R e f’ g ,’ 2 0 t o ’29.A & O
___
Cecums eh—
4
7s, Ju ne 1, 1912....... J& J
........ 3-75

___

4
6
112
4-55
104
108

5-40

100
5-00

_
_

4-25
108*4

OREGON

....... 3-65 A s to ria —
3-50
5s, g.. W a te r, 1 9 2 5 ..J& J
Portland—
__ _ _. 3?R
6 b, g., S ew er, 1 9 0 5 ..J& J
3^8
6s. Sch. D iet., 191 3..A & O
5 s,g., C. H .. 1 9 2 3 ....J & J
___ ___ 3 ’ e
5 b,g.,W a .,J ly . 1,1923. J&J
5s, g.. B rid ge , 1925. A & O
37r P o rt o f P o rtla n d —
58, g., Jan. 1, 1 9 2 2 ..J & J
3^8
Onion Co. Sch. D iet. N o. 1—
3-50
5 b g., 1919 op. ’0 9 ...J & D
3-50 ^ a s c o Co.—7a,Sch. Sep. ,’04
........ 3-50
PENNSYLVANIA
3-6C
3-60 6s, A g r ic u ltu r a l C ollege,
Feb.. 1922.................F & A
3-85 4s, F u n d ’g, F e b .,1912.F & A
3-85 3*28, Fund., F eb ., 191 2.F& A
A lle g h e n y — 4*28,1903. J& J
3-50
48, 1902 to 191 9 .......Var.
3-50
48, ’02,O 7.12,17& 27.J& J
3*28, 1902 to 1931.. A & O
3-30 A lle g h e n y Co.—
5s,Com p.,1913 to ’40. J &J
3-30
3-30
4s, R io t, 1906 o p t ___J& J
3*s8, v a r. 1902 to ’3 2 .va r.
........ 3-75
Braddoch 4*28, ’02 to 16M-8
■4
4*28,1902 to 1930. . A & O
B radford - 4 e . ’06, ’ 16 & ’ 26.
3-75 Chester-- 4 b,Soh., 1914.J&J
375
3*28, 1929.........................
3-75 E rie —
4 s, P a v ., ’ 21, opt. ’ 11. J u ly
3-80 H arrisburg—
3-80
6s, J u ly, 1903.......... J&J
4s, C ity, J u ly 1.1920. J&J
3-50 H o m estea d —
3-50
5-408, Sept. 1, ’ 1 5 ...M & S
John stow n —5 b , 1921.. J & D !
365
4*28, Sept. 1, 1 9 2 3 ...M &S
4s, F ir e alarm , 1923.J&J
3-60 Lan caster—
4s,W at., A p .,’ 05 to 20.Q-J
3-80 M cK eesport— 6s, 1907. J&J
3-80
5e, W a ter, 1911........ J&J
3-80 Ph iladelph ia—
6s, T a x e d , 190 4 ........ J& J
3-80
4s, Deo., '02 to ’ 0 4 ...J&J
3-80
3 *28, D e o .,’04 to ’2 4 .J&J
3-80
3 *28, Deo. 31, 1 9 0 6 ..J&J
3 *28, D eo., 1 90 7to 26. J&J
3 *28, W a te r, 1931___ J&J
360
3 b,N ov. 1,1902 to ’ 19.M & N
. . . . . . 3-50 P itts b u rg —
7s, Fund, debt, 1909.J&J
6s, W a ter, J a n .,1908.J&J
........ 3-75
5 b. Fu n d .d eb t im p .’ 13 J -D
4 *28, School, J u ly, 191 9..
. . . . . . 4-25

111

4-25
375
3-75
3-75
3-75
3-75

117% 3-75
4
4

3
3
3
320
3-15
315
3-20
102*2
102
.........

......... 3-20
3-90
3-50
3-90
3-20
320
107

3-20

........ 3-20
3-20
........ 3-65
3-25
3-25
......... 3'25
......... 3-12
......... 3-25
......... 3-25
3-15
3
3
3
3 ’
3
3
........
......

3Y5
........ 3-15
. . . . . . 3*15
........ 3-15

M U N IC IP A L BONDS.

Ju^Y , 1902. J
Ask.

Bid.

B onds.
P itts b u rg (Concluded) —
4s, Com p., J a n .,1915. J&J
3%s, R e f.,A p r ..’03 t o ’09.
3%s, A p ril, 1 9 3 0 .... A & O
Reading^-48. ’04 to 24. A & O
4s, A p r., 1918.......... A& O
S ch u y lk ill Co.—
4s, Oct. 1, ’ 16 op. ’06. A & O
3s, Jan. 1, 1921 o p t..J & J
Scran ton —
4%s, School, 1 9 2 0 ...J & D
3159, June, 1915. ...J &D
S te e lt o n —
3%s, Sch.D ist.,1930. J &D
W ilk es-B arre—
3% s,R ’ d’ g., ’ 05 t o 2 9 .F & A
W illia m sp o rt—
3%s, R ef., ’29 op. ’09.M&S

To
N et

m mm3 *lf
mm
m
.........
......
......

3 *lf
3*15
........ 3*15
3*1?
3
3*20
3*20
104% 3*25

___ _ _

3 *lf
103*69 . . .

RHODE ISLAND
3% , g., S. H ., 1 9 3 4 .... J&J
3s, S ta te H ., J u ly. ’ 38.A & O
B ristol—3 %s, g., ’ 30...M&S
B u r r illv ille —
4s, g .,Im p t., 1922___ J& J
C ranston — 4&, g., ’ 39. .M & N
E a st P r o v id e n c e —
4s,g.,F dg. J ’n e l5 ,’47.J &D
L in c o ln — 4s, 1928,___ A & O
N e w p o r t—
4s, g., P a rk , Feb., 1927..
4s, M a y 15, 1 9 4 8 ...M & N
P a w tu c k e t—
4s, g., J u ly, 1 9 1 0 ....J&J
4s, g., M a y , 1 9 3 7 ...M & N
P ro v id e n c e —
5s, g., J u ly, 1 9 0 6 ---- J&J
4s, g.,P a rk , J u ly,’ 21. J&J
4s, g., A p r., 1 9 2 7 ...A & O
3%s, g., W at., 1 91 6.M & S
3%s, g. S ew er, 1928 A & O
3%s,8ch.& B r.,1929.M & N
3s, Sew. & Im p ., ’ 29.M & N
W a rre n —
4s,O ct., 1902 to 1 9 2 2 ....
W e s te rly —
4s, g., Sept , 1927 ...M & S
3 % s ,W a te r,F e b .,’ 2 9 .F & A
W oon sock et—
4s, g . . R e f d’g, 1919. A & O
3 % s ,W a t.,M a y l,’ 31.M & N

98
103

__ ___ 3 1(
........ . . .
______

107
______

......
______ 3*30

114
110

___ _ _ ___
____ __

113
118

__ _ _. __
______ . .. .

104
113

_____
____

__ _ __
.......

3*15
______ 3*15
____ 3*15
3T5
___ 3 1 5
__ _ __ 3*1!

____

98
___ 3*3(
110
103

_____
______

108
102

SOUTH CAROLINA
4%s, B lu e, 19 2 8 ............J&J
4%s, R e fu n d ’g , 1 9 3 3 ...J&J
A ik e n —
4%s, S ew er, 1949___ J& J
C h a rles to n -5 s,O ct’ 2 2 .A & 0
4%s, 1928............... A& O
48, Jan & J u ly ,1909.J&J
C h ester—
5s. 1937 op. 1917....J & J

116
114%

__

4

iis
108
99%
4

SOUTH DAKOTA
4%s, R eP d ., M a y 1 .’ 07. J&J
4s, R e f d ’ g, S ept.,1909.J & j
3%s, B e r u ’g ,N o v ., ’ 12.J&J
A b erd een —6s, 1915___ J &J
5s, Oct. 1, 1902 to 191 8..
C u ster Co.—
6s, R e f., A p r., 1920 op. ’ 10
F a u lk Co.—6s, 1915..S.-an.
H anson Co.— 6s, 1908..J&J
M arsh all Co.— 6s, 1915 J&J
M itch ell— 6 b, 1 9 1 4 .... A& O
W a t e r t o w n - 6s, 1909.. J&J
Y a n k to n Co.—
4s, R fd g ., ’09 to ’ 19.M &N

3*35
3*35
3*3?
4*2f
4*25

6s,W ater. 1913.A30& 030
•*>%«, B r i d g e , 1 9 0 5
A AO
5 s . H e w e r , D e o ., 1 9 1 1 . J & D

* F ia t p r ic e .

N a s h v ille (C on clu d ed )—
5s, W a te r, 1 9 2 1 .......J& D
5s, H a y m a rk ., 1922..M&S
4%s, J u ly, 1 9 0 7 ......J&J
4%s, A p r. 1, 1923... A& O
4s, W a ter, 1 9 1 9 ........ J&J
4s,S tr.& S e w e r,1926. J&J
N o rth K n o x v ille —
5s, 1919.................... M &S
S e v ie r Co.— 5s, J u ly , 1913.
Sum ner Co.— 6s. 1913.J & J
TEXAS
A u stin —5s, g., W . & J i.
L
J u ly, 1930 op. 191 0 ..Q-J
B e ll C ou n ty— 5s,1909. A p r.
B e x a r Co.—
6 s,C t.H .F eb ,’ 3 4 o p .’ 0 4 .A
5s, R ef., Jan., 1939 o p .’09
4%s, 1939 op. ’0 9 .A p r . 10
B ra zo ria Co.—
5s, Ct. H . 1919 op. 1902..
D a lla s—
7s, R R ., A p r., 1904..A & O
6s, Fu n d in g, 1 9 1 7 ..A & O
5s, W a ter, 1 9 1 7 ........ J&J
5s, Fd ., J u ly, 1 9 3 1 ...J&J
5s, g ., A u g ., 1928___ F & A
4s, W a ter, 1940 .......J&J
3 % s ,g .,A u g .l,1 9 3 9 .F & A
D en ison — 6s, 1904.......J& J
5s, 1 9 1 2 ..................... J& J
E lP a s o 5s, ’ 29 op. ’ 1 4 .F & A
5s, W a te r, 1919 op. ’09.. F
F o r t W o rth —
6s, W a te r, 192 2.......F & A
5s, R ef., 192 0......... . J&J
4 s , R e f’ d’g, 1 9 4 1 .... J&J
G a lvesto n —
5s, F ’ d’g, ’ 15 op. ’0 5 .M & N
58. W a t., 1928 op. ’08. J&J
5s, Dim, deb t, Sep. 1, ’ 21.
5s, L im . d eb t, J u n e l,’ 23.
58, L im . d eb t, 1 9 2 7 ........
H ou ston —
6s, F u n d in g, J an.’ 12. J & J
5s, C o m p ..J u ly,1918.J&J
5s, R e f., J a n .l, 1 92 3.J&J
5s, S e w .,N o v .l5 ,’39.M & N
L a v a c a Co.—
5s, 1903 to 1937, A p r. 10
M cL en n a n Co.—
6s, B rid ge , 1 9 0 9 ..A p r . 10
P a ris —6s, 1912 to ’ 37. .J& J
5s. Im p ., June, 1930.J&J
San A n to n io —
6 s ,g .,F ’ d., ’ 15 o p .’05. J&J
5s. 1917.....................F & A
4% s, Im p t., 1921. M & N
Sherm an— 6s, R e f.’ 12. A & O
6s, F u n d in g, 1 9 3 0 ..A & O
6s, W a ter, J u ly, ’ 3 6 .A & 0
T a rr a n t Co., 4s, R e f’d’ g, ’ 19
W aoo— 5s, G old, 1923.A & O
5s, Im p ., 1920 ........ M &S
W a lle r C ou n ty—
4%s, R e f, ’ 18 op. ’ 08. A & O

I

UTAH
5s, T e r r ito r ia l, 1 9 1 2 ...J & J
3 % s ,R e fu n d ’g, 1920 ..J & J
L o g a n — 5s, g., ’ 07. Jan. 31
O gd en —6s, g., 1911 op. ’ 02
5s, 1 9 1 3 ....................M&N
4%s, 1918 op. 1 9 0 8 ..F & A
4
4s, R e f g , ’21, o p .,’ l l . J & D
S alt L a k e C ity —
5s,Gen. r d .,’ 12 op.02. J&J
5s, F u n din g, 1 9 1 2 ...J & J
335
5s, Fund.. 1914 ... M & N
3*35
5s,Sell. D ist., 1 9 1 3 ..F & A
4s, R e f., Jan., 1921 J&J
4s, W ’t ’r , ’ 20 op. ’ 10.A & O
S alt L a k e C ou nty—
5s, Fd., 1916 o p .’0 6 .F & A
...
W eb er Co,—
5 b, June, 1 9 1 2 o p .’02 J&J

90
107
107
95%
95%
110
110

96
112

102
102

____
•«**«*

B id.

A sk.

......
......
......
........
___
______
100

70
104

__ _ __
______
......
__ _ __
______
_____
____ _
....
______
______
____
98
95
99
65
65
65
65
65
114*75
114*75
1T4*75
114*75

t
t
t
t

______
______
......
______
______
......

......
......
......

U* S . O F M L X I C O .
S ee F o re ig n G o v ’ts , pa ge 47.

4*7f
4*75
4*7f
4*75
4*7£
4*7?

TENNESSEE
6s, C om p rom ise, J a n .l, ’ 12
4 %s, P en ite n t.,O ct.’ 13. A & O
4 %b , R edem p., 1913.. A & O
4s, R ed em ption , 1907.A & O
3s, S ettlem en t (1 0 0 )... J&J ‘
3s,Settled, (1000),1913.,J&J *
3s, S crip ................................
C h a tta n ooga — 6s, ’ 09.. A& O
D avid son Co.—
5s, A a v l.,’ 03/03 & ’ 13J&J
4% ». 1915.................. JA J
H a m ilto n Co.—
5s, B’ d g e,O ct. 1,’ 0 9 .A & O
K n o x v ille —
e «, 1 9 1 5 ............................
5s, g., Im p ., 1 9 2 1 ...A & O
4 h, Fu nding, 1 9 2 9 ...J & D
4-., H oH p.,Ju n ei,’ 29 j & d
M em ph is—
6«, Oornp,, 1915.......J&.J
6 h. Com p., Flip. ’07. .J&J
5s, M ark et, 1917.’ 22 & ’ 27
4 d , (tefrlg., K., 1926.J&J
N a sh v ille —
6s, F u n d in g , 1005 . J& J
6 s,W a te r, 1 9 1 1 . A 3 0 & 0 3 0

B on ds.

VERMONT
tjririT 3*61 6«, A g r io . Col., 1 9 1 0 ..J& D
B a rre—4s, June. ’ 0 3 ..J&J)
___ r _
4s, W ater, 1921......... J&J.
4
______ ______ 4
Bennington
4 b, Jan., 1917............J&.J
3*7f
3*7? B rateleboro -is . 1004.. J&.J
4e. Jan. 1, 1918...... J&.J
B u rlin gton —4 h, 1 90 8..J& J
122
120
109
M ld d le b u r y 108
4h, 1041 op. 1021.. . M & N
111
ICO
N ew port
4ft, g „ W a t e r
111
112
J u n e 1, 1 9 2 0 ........ . . J & D
P o n ltn ey—
4
4s, J u n e 1 , 1 9 1 0 to 1 9 1 8 .
4
took I n g h a m
4
4 « , J a n „ l 9 0 3 t o 1 9 1 7 J&.J
4
•toilfind - 4b,g., 1920. M A N
4
......... 1

......
......
......
......
......
......
....
........
......

124
........
107
100
107
103
......

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To
N et

B onds.

Bid.

VIRGINIA
......
4
. . . . . . 3*7? 3s, N e w , o., 1932.......... J&J
97
. . . . . . 3*7f 2 3s, F u n d ed debt, ’91. J&J
98
. . . . . . 3*7f 6s, d e fe rre d otfs., 1 8 7 1 ___
8
3*71
B ro w n Bros, c e r tfs ..........
3*7? D a n v ille — 8s, ’03 t o ’ l l . J& J
125
5s, N o v . 1 ,1 9 2 7 .. ..M & N
4
4s, S tre e t Im .,J ly ,’ 29.J&J
. . . . . . 4*2f L yn ch b u rg—
______
...
8s, 1904, ’05 & ’0 7 ...J& J
103
Ss, 1915.......................J&J
5s, P erm , im p., 1916. J&J
4%s, R efu n d in g, 1 9 2 7 ___
75
4s, R e fd g ., 1 9 3 5 ....M & S
4
M a n ch ester—5s, 1931. J& J
106
...
N e w p o rt N ew s—
____
104% 4
4%s, 1928 op. 1918.. A & O
4 s.P a v’ g & R e f g ,’ 41.M& N
...
N o r fo lk —
4
6s, R e n e w ’l, J an.,’ 14. J &J
4
5s, R en ew a l, A p ..’ l l . A & O
106
4%s, R en ew a l, 1930.M&S
__ _ __ 4
4s, G en eral, 1 9 2 9 ...M & N
P stersb u rg —
...... 4
8s, 1903 ...................M & N
3*80
113
6s, 1905.................... F & A
3*80
108
3*80 R ich m on d —
______ 3*80
8s, 1904 to 1909........J&J
128
______
6s, 1904 to 1914........J&J
118
..... 4
5s, 1920 to 1922........J&J
118
______ 4
4s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 2 4 & ’ 26.J & J
109%
_____
4s, R e fa ’g, re g .l9 2 9 .J & J
4%
109%
_____
4%
W ASHINGTON.
101
3% s,Fund., A p r. 1905, A p r . l
C la lla m Co.—4 % s / 2 l M & N
100
K in g Co.Seh. D ist. No. 50—
101
___ __
4%s, Sept. 1, 1 9 1 9 ..M &S
75
K in g Co. Sch. D ist. N o 1.—
_____
4%s. g,Sept. 1,1920..M & S
75
75
L in coln Co.—6s, 1 91 2.Sept.
P ie r c e Co.—
75
6s, A p r., 1914, op. ’ 0 4 .. A
75
5s, M a y 2 ,1 9 1 2 ........ M a y
o 4*25
ierceC o. S oh .D ist.N o.10—
4%s, r e f ’d ’g, 1 9 2 0 ..F & A
o 4*25
o 4*25 ___ S eattle—
0 4*25
5 s,F ’ d g .g .,J u ly ,1913. J&J
5s, g., Gen., 1912 , . A & 0
...... 4
Spokane— 6s,W at’r.’ l l A & O
5%s, Feb. 1, 1918....F & A
...... 4
5 s ,g .,R e f’d ’g, Sept.1,1914
__ _ __ 4
Spokane Co.— 6s, S c h o o l...
......
4
D ist., J u ly 1, 1 9 1 0 ...J&J
T a co m a —
______
. . . . . . 4%
6s, A p r. 1 5 ,1 9 1 1 ....A & O
. . . . . . 4%
5s, g., Fund., 1 9 2 0 ..F & A
S hatcom Co. 6s, 1911Deo.
W
...... 4
W h itm an Co.—5s,1912. A p r
4
W E ST VIRGINIA.
4
3*7f C h arleston —
4
4%s, Sch, D is t .,’ 2 9 op. 19.
H u n tin gto n —
4
6s, P a v in g , Oot. 1, 1921.
......
4% P a rk ersb u rg—
5s, P a rk ,J u n e 1,’ 16. June
W h ee lin g—
______
6s, B d ge.,N o v.,1 9 2 4 o p t.N
5s, C ity , J u ly 1 ,1 9 1 9 ... J
_
4% s,B rid ge, J ’ly 1.1924.J
3*2£
WISCONSIN101% 3*1?
106% 3*7? B a y field Co.—
3*7? j 5s, g., J u ly, 1 9 1 5 ... A & O
3 75 B u rlin gto n 5s, Sob., 1906. F
. . . . . . 3*7? G reen B a y —
102% 3*75
5s, 1903 to 191 7.......J& J
4s, R e f’g, 1902 to ’ 20. J &
*J
.... 3*7? K en osh a—
3 7?
3% h, 1919 op. 1909. J&J
3*7f ;LaC rosse—5s,’ 15op.’05J A.!
3*75
3%s, R e f’ d ’g, 1 9 1 9 ..A & 0
3*7( M ilw a u k ee—
3*7(
5s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 0 7 .......J& J
5 s ,L lb y & M a .’0 2 to ’ 17J&J
4
4 b, W at., 1903 t o ’07.J&J
3 %B, J an., 1903 to’ 21.J & J 1 . . . . . .
103% 4*5< M ilw a u k ee Co.—
5a, Bui l d. , Jul y 1 / 0 7 .J&J
100
5s, School, .Jufy 1/14. J&J
109
_
125
H a d ue
______
3 30
5 h, A dju st., 1912— A p r.
_n ___
_
3*30
is,School,./ une 1/13. J& D
3%e, Hch., 1919.....1illy 1
......
South Mi l w a u k e e 5 b, Wut’ r.Oot. 1.1913 A A O
r,r |
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W YOMINQ.
Ob, Cap., lOO.t to ’ U . Jan i
3*2t Oh , U u t v e r . B u t l d ’g , 1 9 0 3
112
to 1 9 1 1 .................. f a n . I

108

98
98^

4
3-

5 m, K ef.. 1909 to ’29.Jnn.3
5 h, Rofg./Sl, o p t . ’ l 1 F & A
K v a n s t o n 5 a , 1 w30Op ’ 1 0
3*3( U in ta County 1%s, lie fd g
Jul y 1. 1900 1918.. J&J
3*: 0

4105% 34-

......

4%

119%
io £ 5 i

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4'25
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BONDS,
A l a . C o n s o l , C o a l & I r o n C o.
S i l flt l i n g . 0«, 1 9 1 0 ............
M&N
B e t h l e h e m S t e e l P n r . e s , i 9 9 8 0-f*
B l u e M t, I r o n & S te e l 5 s , 1 9 2 9 . . .
B o n A i r C o a l , 2rl s e r i e s . 8 * , ’ 28 J & J

104
126
70
lie

106
127
118

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flo rid * .
B u ffa lo Iron
1 9 2 5 ...............A A O
C o l . F u e l A Iron
C o a v . d e h . 5 s , 1 0 1 1 ..........
,F&A
O . U . & f. D e v ;*i«, A p.'Ofl ( e .o ir ,) J A J
C o l. F u e l ( t o . , f l s , g e n . , g . , ’ 1 9 , M A N
G e n . , k „ 5«, s. t„ 1 9 4 3 — F & A
C ol. & H o o k C o a l & I r o n *
1 s t g, 5«, J a n , i, 1 9 1 7 ............ J & J

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4C0
4-00
4-20
380
3-80
3-80
3-80
3-80
3-

80

44'50
4
3-90

50

3-75
4
4
4
4
4

4
4%

3-75
330
325
3 30
330
3-25
325
3*25
325

3-25
3*25

3*50
3*50

108
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4 70

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105
C o n s o l . C o n i (St. L.) 6 s . 1 9 1 1 M AH 100
D o n . In. C o a l , 1 s t . Ok , 1 ! H 3 .
M&H 6 1 1 0
1110%
F a i r m o n t C o b ), 5 k , 1 SKi 1
J&.J 4 1 0 0
**..#*■»*
101. % 1 0 2
»*»■*# B
112
G r a n d lt.i v . C . A O , g . f l * , J ’ l y , ' 19, A & O
m
l 1 0 % . . . . III HI e e l C o . , d e li. , 5«, 1 0 1 3 . A A G 4 ........... ! 0 2
1 0 5 % 1 0 5 > J e f f e r s o n A G l e a r f i o l i l C. & I. C o ,
i
104
1st,
5 s . 192 (1 . ................. J & D
90
2d. g o ld , 5s. 19 2 6 .
.
J&D
98
80
97

99

12

380
4-00

SE C U R ITIES.

Pricea marked thnfl(g) indicate that the purchaser ha>< to pay accrued i n t e r e s t in addition to the price given.
marked are flat prices.

30
70
55

i.03% 3-82

......
......

75

4%
4%
4%

Cheyenne

3*5<

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Tf H ou ston h o i ® a re g o o ted on 4*73 basis b£5 ari3 4*25 basis nMmi.

M IS C E LLA N E O U S

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THE
Bonds.

B id .

K a n a w h a & H o c k in g C oal Co
1st 5s, g., guar. 1951............J&J 104%
L eh ig h C oal & N a v ig a tio n —
111
4 *28, g., J u ly 1, 1914............ Q-J
106
R a ilro a d , gold, 4s, 1914....... Q
6s, ex ten d , to 4 s ,g ., 1914... J<S §105
§120
110%
Fu n din g 4s, g., J u ly 1,1948. J&J 105%
M a ry la n d S teel Co., 5s. 1922, F& A 106
M onon g. R iv . C oal—6s, 1949 A & ~ 116%
N. Y . Sueq. & W . C oal-6s, 1912. M<S §106
N. Y . & W ilk e s -B a rre C oal C o . 40
l e t 6s, 1933.......................... M & N
Penn. S teel 1st 5s, 1 9 1 7 ____ M & N 108%
P itts. W h e e l.& L . E r le C o a l.n e w 4s.
Plea sa n t V a l. C oal—5e, 1928..J&J
R och ester & P itts . C oal & Iro n
Pu rch.-m on ey g. 5s, 1946. M & N
Sloss Ir o n & S .C o.lst,6 s,1 9 2 0 F & A
Cons. 4 *2 8 ,1 9 1 8 ..................A & O
Sunday C reek C oal, g., 6s,’ 12..J& D
Susquehanna C oal, 6s, 1 91 1...J&J
T e m p le Ir o n Co.—G u.g.4s,’ 25.J&J
Tenn. C. I. & R R . —
Gen. g. 5s, J u ly 1, 195 1___ J&J
T e n n .D iv .,1st 6s, Jan. 1917. A & O
B irm . D iv ., 1st con., 6s, ’ 17, J&J
C ahaba C. M. Co., 1st, 6s, ’ 22, J & D
D e B a rd .O . & I.C o .,6 s ,1910,F & A
P r a t t C oal & Ir .—7s, 1903.M & N
T e x .& P a c.C oa l— 1st 6s, 1908. A &
U . S. S teel C o r p o r a tio n C oil. trust, g., 5s, A p r il 1,1951
N e w t s (w h e n is s u e d )............... .
Va. 1. C oal & Coke 5s, 1 9 4 9 ...M & S

E L E C T R IC LIGHT, G A S
POW ER BONDS.

60
§100

A sk.

112

107
107
116%
50
—
70
106

§ ........ 110
112
109
84% 85%
97
116
§101% 103%
98
93
111%
110
112% 113
107
103
106
105
100
110
§106
117
§116
§ 94% 95%
56*i 58

*

A t l ’ta Gas L ig h t, 5s, g., 1 9 4 7 ..J& D
B alt. Consol. Gas, 6s, 1 9 1 0 ....J&J
Consol. 5s, 1939________
J&J
B a y C ity Gas lt-tg ., 5s, 1920..J& D
B a y C o u n tle s P o w e r 5s, 1930.M&S
Bingharr ♦on Gas 5s, 1 9 3 8 ...A & O
B oston El. L t .—6s, 1908.......M &S
do
58,1924........ M&S
B oston U n. Gas, 1 s t ,5s, 1939, J&J
2d 5s. 1939........................... J&J
B rook lin e Gas—5s, A u g .l,’ 1 3 .F & A
B roo k ly n U n ion Gas Co.—
1st cons. 5s,g, M a y 1 ,1 9 4 5 M &N
B u ffalo C ity Gas,g.,5s, 1947..A & O
Buff. Gen. Elec. R ef.g., 5s,’ 3 9 .F & A
B u tte E le c tric & P o w e r —
1st g., sink. f d . . 5 s , l t 02-31.J& D
C a p ita l C ity G .L.C o.g.6s,1907. J&J
Chic. E dison Co., Deb. 6s........ J& J
1st m ort., g., 5s. J u ly. 1 9 2 6 A & 0
C ity H .& L .,F ostoria ,5 s,g..'2 8 .M & 8
Colo. S prin gs L ’ t & P o w e r Co.—
1st, g., 5s. A p r. 1, 1919___ A & O
Colum bus Elec. 6s, 1 9 2 2 ... . M & N
Columbus Gas C o .,lst.5 s,g.’32,J&J
C om ’w ea lth E lec. 5p,J’e,1943. M&8
Cons.Gas Co., J.O.,1st,6,1904,M & N
Consol. G a s ,N .J .—5 s,g .,1 93 6.J&J
Consum. L . H . & P . Co. (E liz . N .J .)
5s, 1938.......
J&D
D a y to n E le c tr ic L ig h t Co—
1st g. 5s, M ar. 1, 1906 ’ 2 1 . M&S
D en v. Gas &E1.— ls t g .5 s .’4 9 M & N
D e tro itC ’y G a s,P r.l’n g.5 s,’ 23.J&J
D etr.G a s ,con .lst,g .5 s,1 9 1 8 F & A
E d is o n L .& P o w ., 8,F. 6s.1921.Q -F
E lm ira W a te r L ig h t & R R .—
1st g. 5s. Jan. 1, 194 9....... J&J
Equit-G as (M em phis; 5S.1929M&N
E q u lt.H l.G a s,P lu la .,5 s ,g.l9 2 gJ & J
E vans. G a s & E l. ref.5p, 1 9 3 2 .J&J
F t. W ayn e Gas, 6s, 1925........ J& J
Gas & E lec. Co. o f B e rge n Co.—
Cons. g. 5s, 1949................ J & D
Gas L ig h t Co. o f A u gu sta , G a.—
1st 5s, J u ly 1, 1919.............. J&J
Gen. E lec tric, deb., g.,58,1922, J & D
G a.E lec. L t. Co.— lst,g .,5 s,’30.J&J
G len F a lls G as & E lec t. L ig h t—
1st g., 5s, A u g. 1 ,1 9 1 9 ...... F & A
G ran dR ap.E dison ,5 p,g,1916 .M & N
Gr.R ap id s Gas-L.Co. Is t5 s ,’ 15. F & A
H a n io r a E lec. L t .—5s, 1915.J& D
H a v e r h ill G. L. C o .ls tg .5 s ,’ 29.J&J
H udson Co. Gas—5s, g., 1949,M & N
H udson R iv e r Gas & E le c tr ic Co.—
Im p e ria l Eleo. L t., H e a t & P o w e r
(St. L o u is ) 1st M. 5s, 1930. . A & O
In d ia n a N a t. & I ll. , ls t , 6s, ’08,M & N
In d ia n ap olis Gas, 1 st,6s. ’ 20, M & N
Jackson G as, 5s, g., 1937___ A & O
J o lie t Gas 1st, g.,5s,1908-’ 3 8 .A & 0
K an sas C ity (M o .)G a s 5s, ’ 22. A & O
K en osh a Gas & E le c tr io Co—
1st g. 5, June 1, 1910-1930 J& D
K in g s Co. E lect. L ig h t & P o w e r l e t g o ld 5s, 1937................. A & O
P u rch a sem on ey 6s, g., 1 9 9 7 A & 0
B ’klyn Edis. 111. cons. 4s, ’ 39. J &J
L a cled e Gas.g. 5s. M ay, 1919, Q -F
L a Crosse Gas & E le c trio Co.—
1st & r e f’g. g.5s,’ 21 op.’ l l . J & D
L a fa y e tte Gas. 6s, 1924........ M & N
L o c k p o rt (N . Y .) Gas & E lec. L t .—
1st M ., g.,5s. Feb. 1 ,1 9 2 0 ..F & A
L o g a n s p o r t& W a b . V .,6 s, ’ 25.J& D
Los A n g eles Lt. C o.,gu .5s,’ 24. A & O

104
114% 115
117%
117
§101
105
108%
95
§ 93
§112% 113%
§110
JU 1
95
§ 94
75
§ 74
§103 J 104%
118
117
85
83
§108% 110
4.......

101

f
t
§io"6
§ 95

106%
9S

§100
§100
§108

103%
103
109%

§102
87

90

§100

102

§ 69
99
105

71
99%

§101% 103
106
104
109 ® 110
8
§ ........ 100
55
50
80

92

§ ........ 100
§250
102
§101
§100
&
$104%
§102
§ ........
§1021
2

103
101
105%
105
105%
103

§105
§100
49
102%
§102
§ ........
101
§102

51
103%
103
103%
103
102%

123% 125
100
98
108^8

Q U O T A T IO N

SUPPLEM ENT,

B onds.

Bid.

M inn. G en era l E le c trio C o.—
Consol, g. 5s, Jan. 2, 1 9 2 9 ..J& J §104%
M o. E d ison E lec. 5s, g., 1927.F & A § 91
M o. Eleo. L t., 6s, 1921........Q -M §115
M on on gah ela L ig h t & P o w . C o.—
1st g., 5s, J u d o 1, 1 9 4 9 ...... J& D 108
M o n tg o m ery L ig h t & P o w e r Go.—
P r io r L ie n 5s. 1947............ M &S §101%
M on treal L t , H e a t & P o w e r C o —
ls t& c o ll.tr.g .4 % s ,’ 32 op. ’ 12J &J §102%
Mun. Gas., A lb a n y 6s, 1 9 0 6 ..J&J §107%
N e w a rk G as6s, A p r. 1, 194 4.Q—J §140%
N e w a rk C on solid ated G as Co.—
Cons. g. 5s, Deo. 1, 1948. .J& D §105
N. E n g. Gas & C.—5 s ,g ., 1937 J& D § 60
N .L on d o n G .& E lec.,g.5s, ’ 2 7 A & 0 §105
N e w Y o r k C ity —C on solid ated Gas
N. Y . Gas & E leo . L . H . & P. C o . 1st g. 5s, D eo. 1 ,1 9 4 8 ___ J& D 112%
97%
Pu r. m on eol. tr. 4s, 1949.F & A
E d .E l. n .,N .Y .,lst,5 s,1 9 1 0 M & S 107
1st eon. g. 5s, 199 5 ........ J&J 122
M t.M o rr is E le o . 5 s ,g ,’40 .M &S 100
C en tra l U n. G as 5s, g .,1927.J&J §109%
E q u ita b le Gas 1st 5s, 1932.M & S 118
5s, certfs., 1906 o p t....... M & N
N e w A m sterd . G as5s, 1 94 8.J & J 113
N . Y . & E. R. G as—Con. 5s,’45J &J 110
111
1st M ., go ld , 5s, 1944.......J&J
N o rth e rn U n.G as 5s, 1927.M & N §108
Standard Gas— ls t 5 s . 1930.M&N §115%
N . Y . & Queens E leo. L t. & P o w e r
1st cons, g, 5s, A u g. 1, ’ 30..F & A 106%
N . Y . & Q ueens Gas & E leo. Co.,
1st g.. 5s, 1949................ J&J §100
N iagara F a lls P o w e r 5s, 1932.J& J §108
North H udson L ’t H. & P. Co. (H oboken, N . J .)—5s, 1938.......A & O § 98
N o rw ic h (C t.) G a s & E .,g .5 s ,’ z7J&J §106
N o rw ich (N. Y .) Gas & E le o —
5s g., 1 9 1 1 - 1 9 3 1 ............. M&S §100
O akland G .L .& H .2 d 5s. 1916.M&S 112%
O gd en Gas 5 s, 1945............. M & N § 90
O h io & In d . Con. N a t. & 111. G as—
54
1st 6s. 1926 ...........................J& D
98%
P a cific Gas Im p r.—4s. 193 0.. .Q -M
Paterson & Pa ssa ic G as & E lee.—
C o n so le , 5s. 1949............... .M & S §100
P a w tu c k e t (R . I.) Gas Co.—
C oll. tr. g 4s, M ay, 1 9 3 2 ...M & N 5........
P e o p le ’ s G .L . & Coke, C h icago—
1st, gu ar., go ld , 6s, 1 9 0 4 ...M & N
2d guar., g., 6s, 1904.......... J& D 103%
1st con., g., 6s, 194 3............A & O 12L
E qu lt. L t .& F u e l 6s, 1905___ J&J 105
Chic.G .-L.& C .lst,g.,5 s, ’37. .J&J i l l
Consum. G as,1st,g.,5s,1936. J & D 107%
M u tu alF u elG a s g. ,5s, 19 47.M & N
R e fu n d in g g o ld fis , 1 94 7...M & S §107
P h ila d elp h ia C om p an y—
1st col. tr .,g .5 s ,1 9 4 9 ......... M&S 112
64%
Phila. E leo .—C oll. tr.g .4 s ,’49.A & O
97%
5s, g., T r. c e r t .,A p r .l,1948. A & O
P ittsb u rg C on solid ated G as—
1st 5s, g „ Feb. 1, 1948........ F & A 113
P o rtla n d (M e.) L ig h t & P o w e r Co
1st g. 4%s, A p r. 1. 1 9 2 1 ___ A& O §102%
P o rtla n d (O re.) Gas L ig h t Co —
100
1st 5s, 1 9 3 1 ................. . . . F & A
Q u incy (111.) Gas & L ig h t—
1st g. 58, Sept. 1 ,1 9 2 9 ........ M&S §102
R och ester Gas & E leo .—
5s, 1912.............................. ..M & N 105%
97
2d m ort., 4% s,1920,op.l910 J&J
St. Joseph Gas—1 s t,5s, 193 7.J& J § 97
St. P .G a s-L .—C on .ex.,6s,l918.J& J §114
1st, 6s, 1 9 1 5 .... ................... J&J §114
Geh., g., 5s, 1944..................M&S § 92
Stockton Gas & E leo.— 6s,’05. M&S 100%
S yracuse G as,g.,5s.Jan.,1946. J&J § 97
■Syraouse L ig b t ’g, 5s, g.,1951.J& D §101%
T re n to n G. & E i. Co.,g.5s,’ 49.M &8 §105
T r o y Gas, 2d 6s, 1923............F & A H U
Consol. 5s, 1939...................M & N §114
Union L ig h t H e a t & P o w e r Co.—
1st 4s, M a y 1, 1906-1918...M & N §100%
U nited E le o trie L t.& P o w e r, B alt.,
85
1st, oonv., g „ 4%s, 1929....M & N
U nit.E leo.C o.of N .J .,4 s,1929.J& D § 68
U nited E le c trio S ecu rity Co.—
C oll. T r. g. 5s,1920 to 193 1 .F & A §102%
U n ited Gas & E lee. of N . J.—
1st coll. tr. g. 5s. 1922........ J & J §101
U n ited G .& E l. o f N A & Jeff.,Tn d.—
l s t g . 5s, 1907 to '3 5 ,o p .’ 12.M & N 5 ........
U nited Iliu m . Co., N e w H a v e n —
98
1st 4s, Feb. 1 .1 9 4 0 .............F & A
U. 8. Eleo. L t. Deb. 6s, 1907. M & N 105
105
C ert, o f indebt. 6e, 1907___ A & O
W ash in gton Gas Co.—
A , 68,1902-27.........................J&J 110
B, 6s, 1904-29........................ J& J 110
W estch ester L ig h tin g Co.—
1st g. 5s, Deo. 1. 1950
J& D
N.Y7 Sub. Gas— 1st g.5s, 49.M&S §105
W lllla m sp t.G a s—1st g.5s,’3 9 .F & A §104
W llllm a n tio Gas & E leo . L t. C o .—
1st 5s. 192 1 ......................... F & A § ........

§ ........ 101
60
55

„_
104

i l n London .

§ ........

t Sale price.

A sk .

N. Y . & Pa. T elep h . & T e le g . Co.
1st g o ld 5s, Feb. 1, 1926. , . F&
Gen. S’k ’g f d g.4s, N o v .,’29.Md
South. N e w E n g. T e le p h o n e —

$........ 106
j§ ....... . 96

121
§107
108
60
U S. T elep h on e, 5s, 1919 .. .
141% W estern T e l. & T el. Col. tr.g .5 s.’ 32 §105%
W estern U n io n 105%
C o lla te ra l tr., our., 5s, 1938, J &J 112% 113%
61
M u tu al U n ion 6s, 1 9 1 1 ___ M&N 111
113
.....
N o rth w estern 7s, 190 4 ........ J& J 103
F d g. & R.E .M .4% 8, g .,1950.M &N 104
106
114
W ATER BONDS,
9734 A lgiers W . W . & E leo. (N . O.)
108%
1st g. 6s, 1 9 2 5 ....................... J& D
Ir te s ia n W a te r (T en n .) 5s,’ 09.J&J
105
Consol. 5s, 1 9 0 9 .................... J& J
110% Cham paign & U rb an a W a ter—
122
1st, g., refd g. 5s, 1909-1914. J& J
Ihio. 8ub. W a te r & E leo. L t .—
114
1st, g.. 5s, A u g. 1. 1949.......F & A
114
Consol. W a te r Co. o f U tic a —
114
l s t g 5s, Jan., 1930...............J&J
109% C on tra C osta W a ter, 5s. 1915. J&J
118
D e n v e r U n ion W a te r 5s. 1914J&J
H a ck en sack W a te r C om p an y—
107
R e f ’d’ g g , 4s, 1952, o p t.’ 12.,J& J
H u dson R iv e r W a te r P o w e r Co.—

x l0 5
107
102
1........

115
108
103
—

§........ 103%
§103
102

106
111 %,
105

95

97

§102

103

|§105
L o n g B ran ch W a t. 5s, 1906.. M & s
100
L o u is v .W a te rC o .,ls t,6 s ,1 9 0 6 ,A & 0 |§107
2d, 5s, 191 0...........................F & A §107%
M ich . L . S up erior P o w e r Co.—
102
1st g. 5s, M a y l , 1949........ M & N § ........
113% M o rris A q u e d u c t 4s, 1915___ F %A §1.......
92
Oakland W aterC o .—5 s ,g ’ d,’ 15.J&J 104%
P assaicW ater C o..G n.g.5s,’37.J&J §108
57
P o rtla n d W a te r Co., 4 s,1 92 7.F & A §108
-inoqualm ie F a lls P o w e r Co.—
1st g. 5s, 1905 to 1929.......M & N basis
102
S’sh Y u b a W a te r—Con. 6s, ’ 23. J&J
Spring B r ’k W a ter—5s,g.,’ 26.A& O §105
97% Spring Y a l. W a te r—6s, 1906.. M & S | H I
2d m tg. 4s, 1 9 1 7 ....................Q -F 102
j 101
105
Tam pa W a ter-W o rk s— 6 s ,’ 15.M &8 104
122
108%

108
108%
100
101
110
4%
111%
103
102%
106

M ISC ELLA N EO U S BONDS,

109
105
108
112%

103%
101

107
99
98
116
116
93%
101%
lOO
102%
107,
118
102
68%

102
101
100
.. . . . .
106
120
120
107
. .. ...
102%

§ ........ 109
§ ........ 102%
105
107

114

B id

[§104
§ f — - Il0 7 %
l§ J10 i........
(§112%

103%

§ 90% 993g
§ 99% 100

§109
§100
§108

Bonds.

105
92
116

TELEGRAPH^TELEPHONE
BONDS.

A m e ric a n T elep h . & T ele g. Co.—
C oll, tr., g. 4s. 1929............. J&J
A m er. B e ll T e le .—Deb.4s, ’ 08 J&J
i le n tra i U n io n T e le p h o n e Co.—
105
§100
1st, g., 6s, J u ly 1 .1 9 0 6 -1 6 ...J&J
50
40
5s, g., Jan. 1, 1909-1919....J & J
104
C h es.& Pot.T el.oon s.58 ,’09-29. J&J
§106
Cum berland T eleph. & T e le g r .—
§107% 109%
1st s’k ’ g fd .g.5 s, 1918.......... J & J
Deb. 5s, Feb. 1, 1 9 2 0 ..........F & A
M an kato Gas & Eleo. L ’t Co.—
1st. g. 5s, M a y 1. 192 0,opt.M & N 5........ 102% jK in lo c h Teleph on e. 5s. 1 92 8.F & A
M et. Telep h . & T ele g. Co.—
M em phis L ig h t & P o w e r.—
110
R e f’d ’g g. 5s, J u ly 1 ,1 9 3 0 ..J& J 106
l s t g . 5s, M a y 1, 1918........ M & N
]M ich igan T ele p h o n e—
M ilw a u k ee Gas L ig h t Co.—
9534 j 1st sin k in g fu n d, g.,5s,1917.J&J
95
1st g. 4s. 1927..................... M & N
Cons. g. 5s, Jan. 1 ,1 9 2 9 ___ J& J
M in n eap olis Gas C o.—5
113
§110
5 “ u rebaser also pays in terest.

A sk

[V ol. LXXV

112
i0 8 %
115

........

vcker, M e r ra il & Con. 6s, ’ 03.F&& 100
Adam s E x p . o o l.tr . g. 4s, ’48.M &8 1u5%
68
k m .B io y o le —G. deb. ,5s, 1919. M&S
Am erican B rew . Co. 6s, 1915 J&J 11 2
Am er. C ig a r Co.—Guar. g. notes.
4s, 1911.......................... M&S. 15 § 95
1005s
Amer. Cot. O il, 4 % s,N ov.,’ 1 5 ,Q -F
94%
Am er. G rap h op h ’ e, D eb. 5s..M & N
98
A m .H id e & L e a th .ls t g.6s,’ 19.M&S
Am er. M a il Steam sh ip Co.—
l s t g . s ’g f . 6 8 , N o v . l, '02-’0 8M & N § ........
94%
A m er. M a lt 6s, 1914..............J& D
Am er. S afe D e p o s it 6s, 1903.Q —J §100
100
A m erican S ecu rity & T ru s t 4 s ..
90
Amer. S pirits, g., 6s, 1 915___ M A S
A m er. Steam ship 5s, g.,1920.M & N
Amer. S tra w b ’d Co., 6s, 1911.F& A § i o o
82
A m er .T h read ool.tr. .g.,4s,’ l9 . J &J
A m erica n W ritin g P a p e r—
72%
l s t g . 5s, 1909-1919 .............. J&J
30
A sp h aitC o.ofA .cer.,g.5 s, ’49. AceO
A u g u s ta F a c t’y 1st M . 6s,’ 15.M & N §112
8. & 8. C ar Co., 1st, g ., 6s, 1942, .T& J §107
B attle H ou se (M o b ile) 6s, ’05.M&S 112
Sere. & E n g le B rew ..6 s, 1921.J&J 106
B irm in gh a m R e a lty Co.—
98
1st go ld , 5s, J u ly, 1 9 3 0 .......J&J
P r io r lien , 5s, J u ly, 1919___ J&J 100
§100
Boston & M o n t’a, 7s, 1 9 0 2 ...M & N
7s, 1907................................ M & N §110
Boston Steam ship 5s, g., ’ 20.A& O §102%
Boston T erm . Co.—3 % s,1 9 4 7 F & A ^........
8 ro a d w a y R e a lty —G. 5s,1926M &S § ........
80
B k lyn F e r r y Co.— 5s, g.,1 9 4 8 .F & A
B ’n F ’y & N .Y .ls t6 s , J a n . I’l l . J&J §111
B’ k ly n W f. & W . C o .- S e e N. Y . Do ck Co.
B u tte & B oston 6s, 1917.......A& O § 97
Gent. H ud. St’b oat.—5s, 1918. M &N 100
Ches. & D el. Canal, 5s, 1 9 1 6 ..J&J . . . . . .
Chic. B ’d o f T r a d e 4s, 1927.. J & D §102%
Ohio. Junot., ool., g., 5s, 1915, J&J §108%
C oll. tr. r e f’d ’g g. 4 8 ,1940. A& O §100%
Cin. Chamb. Com ., 4s, 1908, J& J . §100
Oleve. & Sand. B r e w in g —6 s,g ..’ 48 § 95
C olu m bia C o lleg e 3s, 1 9 0 9 ...J & D §100
C om m ercial B ld g. Co., 6s, ’ 07, M & N §104
Com ’cia l Cable— 4s,g,2397 reg.Q -J lOO
Cons. Rub. T i r e - In o. 4s, ’ 51.A & O
18
C on solid ated T o b a cco Co. —
67
C oll. tr. g. 4s., A u g. 1,1951.F & A
Cont. Tobaooo deb. g. 7s, ’05. A & O §103%
C ov & C in .B d g.,1st,g.,4 s,1915.J&J §103%
D is tillin g Co. o f A .—
94%
Coll. tr. g. 5s, 1911................. J&J
E a g le & P h e n lx M fg ., 6s, 1928. J&J 104
E. M ill. & E x.C o.—ls t.g .,5 s ,’ 31 J&J § 90
E llioott8qu areC o.,G .5s,19 35.M & sj §105
2d g. 6s, 1910, O p t.............. M & N §100
E n terp rise M fg ., 1st,6s,1903.M &N §102
E v a n s v ille B re w in g , 6s, 1915 .J&J § 90
E v a n s v ille C o t.M ill— 6s,1910. A & O § 98
F a y & E g a n Co.—6 s.l9 0 3 -’43 F & A ........
F ra n k Jones B rew . Co.— D eb.,5s ,£ 1 ........
G o ttlie b - B au em soh m id t-S tra u ss
53%
B rew . Co.—1st 3-4s, 1951..
In o om e 5 s ...............................
44%
G ra m e rc y Sugar, 6s, g., 1923. A & O
H a w a iia n Com. & S u g.,5 s, ’ 16 A & O 102
97
5s, 1919.................................. A & O
95
H eoker-J ones-J eweU,6s,1922 M&S
H ob ok en L a n d Im p ., 5s, ’ 10, M & N §105
In te rn a tio n a l N a v ig a tio n —
1st g. 5s, Feb. 1.1909-1929. F & A 101

102
106
68
118
97%

102%
95%
92
101
84
73
3 (J*4.
114
113
112
105
110
103%
117
114
80%
114
100
10i%
110
96
102

24

67%
105
104%
96
106
95
110
105
103
95
100

54
45

100
102

J uly 19J2.J
B o n d s and. S to c k s .
In t e m a t ’n ’l P a p e r —6s., 1918. F & A
In te rn a tio n a l S ilv e r, 6s, 1948J& D
Ir o n Steam bo’t 6s, J u ly 1,1901. J& J
Jackson B rew . 6s, 1906 .......M & N
K an sas C ity Stock Y a rd s Co.—
Conv. 5s, Feb. 1, 1910....... F & A
K en tu c k y W agon , 6s, 1 9 2 3 ...J & J
K n ickb. Ice, 1st, g. 5s, 1 9 2 8 - A & O
L anison 8. S e rv ic e —5s, 1 9 2 2 ----LrOulsv. B o a rd o f T r., 6s. 1910. J&J
M a d iso n S q .G a rd .,lst5 s, 1919M &N
6s,1919 (J P .M & C o .c e r tf s.).M & N
M an h attan B each H . & L ., L im .—
G en eral, g o ld , 4 s, 1940 — M & N
M asonic H a ll A s s ’n (W ash.) 5 s ,’ 08
M ason. Tem p. (M em ph .),5s 1910-30
M e tro .O n .& K . E. Co. 5s.’ 03 M & N
M e x . I n t ’l Im p . Co., 5s, 1903 J & J
M in n eap olis B re w .—7s,1913 A & O
Miss. L e v e e , 1911-1921......... J& J
Miss. L e v e e , 1917-1937...........J&J
M L V e rn o n C o tton D uck, 1st, 5s..
I n c o m e s ........................ ................
M y s tic W h a rf & S to tig e (B o sto n )—
1st, go ld , 5s, Deo. 1, 1 9 0 6 ..J & D
-N at’ l A s p h a lt coll. g. 5 b, ’ 5 1 ..J& J
N a tio n a l E n a m el & Stam p. Co —
1st g. Ss, 1902 to 191 1....... M & S
N a L S tarch C o . Deb.5s, g. 1925. J&J
N a t.S ta r’h M fg .ls t,g ,6 s ,’ 20 M & N
N .E ’g .B r ’k l8 t g .6 s ,A u g . l,’ 2 0 .F & A
N .E .C o t’n Y a m Co.g,5s,1929.F & A
N . O. B r e w in g 5s, 191 5.......... J & D
N .O .G o t. E x .,1 s t,5 s . ’ 06 . J A J & O
N e w p o r t N e w s S hipb uild ing
D r y D o c k Co., 5s, 1 9 9 0 ____ J & J
N. if. B is cu it Co.—6s. 1911...M & S
N .Y . D o ck Co — l8 tg .4 s ,1 9 5 1 .F & A

M IS C E L L A N E O U S
B id .
108
§101
40
100
§105
§110

.....

§100
102
55
104
108

Ask.

BONDS

S to c k s .

AND
Bid.

Par.

108 5a N e w H a v e n Ir o n & S te e l............... 5
104 l P en n s y lv a n ia Gas C o a l.............. 50
50
P e n n s y lv a n ia S teel.....................100
P r e fe r r e d .................................. 100
P itts b u rg C o a l............................100
108
P r e fe r r e d ..................................100
R ep u b lic Ir o n & S te e l............... 100
98
P r e fe r r e d .............
100
103
31oss-Shetfleld S te e l & Ir o n C o.100
P r e fe r r e d .................................
Susquehanna Ir o n & S te e l............5
T e m p le Ir o n C o ..........................100
T en n essee C oal Tron & E R . C o .100
60
T e x a s & P a c ific C oal C o ........... 100
107
110
U .S .

94% 97
115
110
115
112
W y o m in g V a lle y Coal.
122
120
82% 83
E LEC T R IC $ C A S STOCKS.
c
473s 48% A m e ric a n L ig h t & T r a c tio n ... 100
P r e fe r r e d ............ ......................100
102
§101
B a ltim o re C on solid ated G a s ...100
11% 12
B o s t o n - B a y S ta te ...................... 50
C h a rlestow n Gas & E le c tric . 50
§102% 103%
E a s t B oston G a s.................... 25
88
J a m a ica P la in G as L ig h t ____100
1065a
B ro o k ly n U n io n G as C o............100
§ ........ i o o
B u ffalo C ity Gas C o................... 100
§103
104
Buffalo G en era l E le c tr ic .......... 100
107
B u ff.& N ia g .F ’llsE le c.L .& P .C o .lO O
103% 107
C am b rid ge Gas L ig h t ................ 100
C en tra l L ig h t & P o w e r (S. F . ) . . . 10
C hicago E dison C o . . ........... ...1 0 0
116
C in cin n a ti Gas & E le c t r ic .......100
97
95
Colum bus E d is o n C o ....... ........ .100
;§ 94
P i e f e r r e d ..................................100
90
87
N. Y . & H ob. F .. 5s, M a y, 1946.J &D
Colum bus Gas L t. & H e a t’ g C o .100
H o b ok en F e r r y 5s, 1946. .M & N §109% 110%
.
P r e fe r r e d .................................. 100
N .Y . & N. J. F e r r y —5s, 1946.J&J 105
Consol. E lec. L ig h t Co. o f M a in e ..10
C on solid ated Gas o f N . J .........100
§ ........ 100
N o r fo lk R e fr ig S to ra g e & Ic e .—
Consum ers’ Gas 'T o r o n to )........ 50
I§ ........
D e n v e r Gas & E le c t r ic ............100
. ' 9 7 7g ......... D e tr o it C ity G a s ..........................50
P a c ific C oast Co.—G ..5s,1946 J& D 109% 110% Edison E l. Iliu m . Co. (B oston) .100
P a r k R o w R e a lty , 4s, 1 919 ...M & N §102% ......... E dison Iliu m . Co., D e t r o it .......100
41% 43
P e n n s y lv a n ia C a n a i— 6s,1910, J&J
E leotrio Co. o f A m e r ic a .............. 10
P ittsb u rg B r e w in g 6s, 1949...J&J 113% 114
E le c tr ic S to ra g e B a t t e r y .........100
P ressed S teel C ar C o.—
P r e fe r r e d ..................................100
100
99
1st, g.. n otes fs , 1903 to ’ l l . F & A
E liza b eth G a s-L igh t C o .............100
P rov.F .R .& N ew p .S S .5 s,1 9 1 8 .J & D 9........ 103
E ssex & H u dson Gas C o .......... 100
§
R apid T r a n .F e r r y —G.,5s,’ 44 .M & N 100
E v a n s v ille Gas & E leo t. L t ___ 100
S t.J os.S tk .Y s.— 1 s tg .,4*48,’ 30.J&J §102
. . . . . . Gas & E le c tr ic o f B ergen C o .. 100
St. L . B rew . A s s ’n, 6s, 1914, J& J § ........ 96 V} G en eral E le c tr ic —C om m on......100
St. L . C oL C om press 6s, ’ 1 0 ,.M & N j§........ :........ G eo rg eto w n G a s........................... 25
St L o u is E x p o s itio n 6s, 1912.M & N §
H a rtfo rd E le c tric L ig h t ........... 100
100
8 L L. N a t. Stock Y d s, 4s. ’ 30.J&J § 98
H a r tfo r d (Conn.) G a s -L ig h t.......25
8 L L . T erm .C u p p les Stat. & P r o p .—
H u dson C ou n ty G as.................. 100
l
1st g., 4%s, 1 9 1 7 ................ J& D I ........
In d ia n ap olis G as.......................... 50
130
8t. P . u n io n D e p o t—6s, 1930.M & N §125
'
Jackson (M ich .) G a s ................... 50
Consol. 5s, 194 4 ................... M & N §114
K an sas C ity E le c tr ic L ig h t ___ 100
Consol. 4s, 194 4 ................... M & N §100
K an sas C ity G as......................... 100
102
3 ib le y M fg . Co., 1st, 6s, 1903 J&J §101
K in g s Co. E lec. L t , & P o w e r . .100
83
80
S tan dard M ill.—1st,g., 5s, N o v .’ 30
L a c le d e Gas L ig h t, co m ............ 100
S tan dard R o p e & T w in e —
P r e fe r r e d .................................. 100
68
67
1st, g., 6s, 1946...................... F & A
L o u is v ille G a s -L ig h t..................100
1434 15% L o w e ll E le c tr ic L ig h t ................ 100
In c o m e g. 5s, 1946.......................
102
8 w ift & Co.— 1 st g.5s. ’ 10-’ 14. J &J §101
L o w e ll G a s .................................. 100
S w ift R fg .T ra n s .4 %s,’ 03 to ’ 12. J&J Bas's. 4%% L y n n Gas & E le c t r lo ................ 100
10s I M in n eap olis Gen. E le c tr lo ____ 100
LO th-23aSt.Fer.Co.,1st,5s,’ 19, J&D 5105
52
47
Tenn. C otton M fg . Co.—6s,’ 12.J&J
P r e f e r r e d .................................100
16
9
2d m ort., 6s, 1912................. J&Ji
Mo. E d ison E lec . L t., c o m ....... 100
109 1 P r e fe r r e d .................................. 100
T o rrln g to n Co., 1st g. 5s,’ 18..M & S §107
98
U nion F e r r y Co.—5s, 19 2 0 .. M & N § 97
M o n trea l L ig h t H e a t & P o w er.1 0 0
U .S .E n v’ e C o.—6s,g.,A u g.,’ 18. J&J §107
M u n icip al Gas (A lb a n y ).......... 100
U.8. Death.—S .f.deb.,6s,g.’ 13.M &N 112%
M u tu al E lec. L t., S. F ra n c is c o .. 10
U. 8. M o rtg a g e & T ru s t Co.—
N a rra ga n sett E le c tr lo ..................50
100
Ser. E to M 4s,1917 to 1922 Var. § ........
D eben tu res ..................................
U . 8. R ed u ct & R efln. Co.—
N a s h v ille Gas L ig h t C o ............... 50
87% N e w a rk C o n solid ated G a s .......100
{ ........
U. 8. R u b b er C o.—
N e w B ed fo rd Gas & E d is o n ___ 100
C oll. g. 5s,notes, ’ 05. o p t M is S '" § .......
98 -^ N e w E n gla n d Gas & C o k e ....... 100
U .S .Sh fpb 5s,g.,sink.Pd,1932.J& J ................... |N e w H a v e n G a s-L igh t................. 25
W ashin gton M a rk et Co.—
N e w O r l e a n s G a s - L i g h t ................ 1 0 0
108%
E x ten s io n , 6s, 1914-27........ G-.J
T r u s t c e r t i f i c a t e s ................................
73% N e w Y o r k C i t y — C o n s o l i d a t e d . . 1 0 0
73
W elsbach Co. C o L tr.g .5 s,’ 3 0 .J & D

STOCKS
Ask.

S to c k s .

P a r.,

U n ite d Gas & E lec, o f N. J ___ 100
P r e fe r r e d ............... ................100
U n ite d Iliu m . Co. o f N . H a ven lO O
W a g n e r E le c tric M a n u fac’g . . .100
2 3 2 o 7a W alth am Gas & L ig h t C o ....... 100
54
90
W ashin gton (D . C.) G a s ............. 20
17
17% W e s t’ghouse E lec. & M f g . A s ’t ’gSO
73
73%
1st p r e fe r r e d .................... ....... 50
34
32
W h e e lin g G as C o ................... _ 50
83
82
E X C H A N G E SEATS,
t
234
2 78
102%
§100
Last Sale.
62% N e w Y o r k S tock E x e h ___ $75,000
62
90
N .Y .C o n so l.S tk .& P et. Ex,
2.500
1 684
7
N e w Y o r k P ro d u c e E x ___
425
N e w Y o r k C o tton E x c h ...
37% 38
4,900
81% 89% N e w Y o r k C offee E x e h ___
975
t 6%
7
B a ltim o re Stock E x o ’g e . . 7.000
f ........
B
tock
n g e ..
.... C o>aton SB o a rdEoxfc h aa d e .. 22,000
4
lca go
Tr
3.500
C hicago S tock E x c h a n g e ..
1,300
6.000
P a ila a e lp h ia S tock E x . ..
37
38
P itts b ’g S tock E x c h a n g e . 10,100
94
95
St. L o u is Stock E xch an ge..
5,000
69% 70
INSURANCE STOCKS.
2
1 1%
1 87% { 8 9 %
A lbany.
Par
t 40
A lb a n y In su ra n ce C o ................ 100
150
C om m erce In su ra n ce C o ...........100
240
230
B a ltim o r e .
11
13
B a ltim o re ..................
10
100
102
F ire m e n ’ s ....................................... 18
100
G e rm a n ...........................................10
250
G erm an A m e r ic a n ...................... 25
4
t 3%
H o m e ............................................... 10
175
180
M a ry la n d .......................................... 5
103% 103% P e a b o d y ......................................... 25
37% 39
S ecu rity F ir e .....................................
103
104
Boston.
94% 97
A m erica n (F ir e & M a r in e )....... 100
104% 105
B oston M a r in e .......................... 100
t
8
8% C o n veya n cers’ T i t l e ................... 100
15
17% M assachusetts T i t l e ................... 100
212
214
M e rc a n tile (F ir e & M a r in e ). . . . 100
20
24
N o rth A m erica n (F ir e ) .............. 100
77
Brooklyn.
277
278
K in g s C ou n ty................................ 20
45
47
N a ss a u ............................................ 50
t
7%
P h e n ix ............................................ 50
x f 9%
W illia m sb u rg C it y ........................50
88%
C a m d e n , N . J.
175
Cam den F ir e In su ran ce A s s ’n . .. 5
28
28%
C in cin n ati.
95
110
A n ch o r F ir e In su ran ce C o____ 1 0 0
C in cin n a ti.......................................25
3 0 5 ” 307' C o m m erc ia l.................................. 25
t 73%
E u rek a ............................................ 20
198
F id e lit y .........................................100
t 50
M erohants’ & M a n u factu rers’ . . . 20
30
32
N a tio n a l.................................... ..1 0 0
75
80
S eo u rity ........................................ 100
74
76
W a s h in g to n ................................... 25
76
80
Dayton.
12
20
C o lu m b ia ......................................100
196
202
C o o p e r ............................................ 20
85
83
T e u to n ia ......................................... 20
t 6
1........
40
89%

119
106

no

250
260
73

110 %

76

9 too
9
19
0

105
135
140
I

3

3%
(1

1 45
! 5%
| 22

1

145
100

AStna...........................
100
C on n ecticu t..................................100
H a r t fo r d ....................................... 100
N a tio n a l........... ........................... 100
P h oen ix......................................... 100
Steam B o ile r .................................. 50
LIFE

125

f 73%
205
205
t 60

375

7 4 1*
214

220

66

2,500
425

950
6,500 7.500
24.000
3.500
1,250 1,400
5,800 6,900
10,700
9,500 10.000

fiC Vk
Er
135
132

t 21%
t 21*2
1 23%
t 32

138
135
23%
23

1 12% 14%
s
1 2% : 3 %

f 37hi'
f
6% " 7 %
102^2 {105
240
100
25
{8 5
{9 0
160
180
225
570
U - ...

11 %

88 %
100
180

190
90
130
100
100

100

200
1 50
HOO
298

210
535
235
198
t l5 0

INSURANCE,

110

i'4
’6’

L o u isville.

G e rm a n ...........................................50 110
95
L o u is v ille ..................................... 100
W estern ........................................ 100 100
120
M utual L ife o f K e n tu o k y ........ 100
Sun L ife o f K e n tu o k y ................100 130
M e m ph is.

B lu ff C it y ..................................... 100
F a o to rs ......................................... 100
H ern a n d o ..................................... 100
P h e e n ix .........................................100
M o b il e .

Faotors & T r a d e r s ..................... 100
S to n e w a ll..................................... 100
N ew

ark

.

A m e r lo a n ......................................... 5
F irem e n s’ .......................................50
M eroh an ts..............................
25
N e w a r k F ir e ....................................5
P ru d en tial L i f e .................................
N ew

100
103
105
90
135
140
385
310

100

102
105

no
95

MO
145
400

325

120
260

BOO

Haven.

S eou rity insu rance C o ................ 40 I 4 7
N ew O rleans.
H om e.

Mechanics’
Merchants’.

Nf. w Y ork .
('oiriitlonwealth ...
U m p i r e «T t y .

jGlobe Rutgers.
50 !
5 % G a m II to n .
!
23 j
«--*•*

A sk.

37% 37*8
885s, 89
138
93

-® tn a In d e m n ity C o ................. 100 105
Aetna, L i f e ....................................100 340
C on necticu t G e n e ra l................. 100 150
H a r tfo r d L i f e . . . . . . ................... 100 135
T r a v e le r s ’..............
100 440

f l o r a e .............

H

B id .

Hartford.

120

16
16%
42% 43
100
i0 0 %
305
t 4
x l 0 5 108%
99 %
110 111
65
66
130
3%
3%
t 75
12 0
x 117 118%
220
221
310
M u t u a l ..................
1 0 0 330
COAL, IRO N 8 S T E E L
c
140
S t a n d a r d , c o m ................................ 1 0 0 130
STOCKS,
Par.
too
P r e f e r r e d . . ....................................1 0 0 150
2' 150, N . Y . & Q u e e n s E l e c . L . & P . . . 1 0 0
40
45
A l a b a m a C o n s o l . C o a l & I r o n . . 100
74
78
80
! 85
P r e f e r r e d ........................................... 1 0 0
P r e f e r r e d ........................................... 1 0 0
19 5
85
95
A m e r i c a n C o a l .....................................2 5 1 8 0
N i a g a r a F a i l s P o w e r C o .............1 0 0
5
61
6211,
5
A m o r. Iron & S teel M fg .$5 p d ..6 0 t
O a k lan d G a s -L ig h t & H e a t _ 100
_
18
22
O.
& rn d .C o n fl.N a t.& IH u m .G a s.lO O
P r e f e r r e d ...................................... . . . 5 0
t ........
50
B l u e M o u n t a i n I r o n & .S tee l....... 1 0
P a w t u c k e t G a s ..................................... 5 0
90
26
80
30
B o n A i r C o a l , c o m m o n ............... 1 0 0
P a te rso n & P a ssaic G as & E l e c ...
112
101%
P e o p l e ’ s G a s L t . & C o k e ( C b i o . ) l O O 101
P r e f e r r e d ............................................ 1 0 0 1 0 7
50
5%
t 5%
B u ffa lo Iron Co. ( N a s h v ille ) ...10 0
45
P h i la . E l e c t r i c C o . ($0 % p a i d ) . . 2 5
101
P r e f e r r e d . . ........................................1 0 0
90
P h i l a d e l p h i a U n i t e d G a s i m p . . 5 0 t........ 108
C a m b r i a I r o n C o . ......................... . . . 5 0 1 4 7 % 4 8
45
P l t t s b ’g C o n s o l i d a t e d G a s , p r e f . 5 0 t 44
C a m b r i a S t e e l C o ............................... 5 0 11 2 4 % 24.
P e o p l e ’ s N a t u r a l G a s .................... 5 0 1 85
C e n t r a l C o a l & C o k e .......................1 0 0 x 4 0
P e o p l e ’ s N a t . G a s & P l p e ’g . . 2 5 1 24% 20
P r e f e r r e d ........................................... 1 0 0
P h i l a d e l p h i a C o ............................... 5 0 I 4 «% 48%
C l e v e l a n d C liffs Iron C o . . .
P r e f e r r e d ......................................... 6 0 1 4- % 49
1 0 0 14 1
88
90
87
C o l o r a d o F u e l & I r o n .....................1 0 0
1
P o r t l a n d (M o .) G a s - L i g h t ............ 5 0 t 85
135
55
00
P r e f e r r e d ........................................... 1 0 0 1 2 4
10
P o r t ! : m l ( O r e .) G a s L i g h t -----1 0 0
17
L o i . & D o r k . C o a l & I r o n . . _ 110 0
_ 00
i0
P r o v i d e n c e G a s ....................................5 0 j 1104
85
125
C o n s o l i d a t i o n C o a l o f M d ...........13 00
00
70
R h o d e I s l a n d W e e . P r o t e c t _ 100
_

20
C o n s o l i d a t e d C o a l C o . , Ht. L . . . 110 0
R o c h e s t e r G a s & E l e c t r l o .........1 0 0
0
21 V 21
C r u c i b l e s t e e l O o , o f A m ...........1100
0 0;
P r e f e r r e d . ........................................ l o o
8 5 % S a l e m iM a ils .) E l e c t r i c ................ 10 0
P r e f e r r e d .......................................... 11 00
0 0
85 % 8 5
D a n v i t l e B e s s e m e r 8 t e e ) ............. 1 % t
S a l e m ( M a s s . ) Ga>*. L i g h t .............1 0 0
%:
D i a m o n d S t a t e S t e e l ................... .........t
i % ...........i Han F r a n c i s c o G a s & E l e c ......... 1 0 0
j ** „ „
P r e f e r r e d ............................
E q u i t a b l e G a s L t C o ($5 n d j . . 2 0
.... 1 B h
D o m i n i o n C o a l .........................
10 0
100 136 137
P a c ific G a s I m p r o v e m e n t . .. 100
114%
P r e f e r r e d ........................ ..
:
100 a 112%
P a c i f i c L i g h t i n g C o .........................10
D o m i n i o n I r o n & 8 t.ee ] .................. 100
100
52%
Han F r a n c i s c o G a s . . ........................3
14 S a v a n n a h fla w L i g h t . ......................... 2 5
100
E m p i r e S t e e l & I r o n .......................10 0
11
66 ; B e a t t i e K l o o t r l e Hoe S t r e e t R y » .
52
P r e f e r r e d ..........
100
100
G eorge’s C reek c o m
................. u k j0 ! 115
10
Stockton G a s * E lectrlo C o —
50
75 S y r a c u s e L i g h t i n g C o . . . .. 100
..50
L e h i g h C o a l & N a v i g a t i o n ...........5 0 fi 74
100
M a r y l a n d C o a l , p r o f ___ . . . .
74
78 T o l e d o G f t s L i g h t & C o k e C o . . 1001
M o n o n g a h e l a R i v e r C o a l ------ ,60 t 12 A, 1 2 % T r o y IN, v . ) G a s ..................... ..
12V
. 100
42% 42% U n i t e d E l e n L t & r B a l t , , P r e f . 5 0
P r e f e r r e d ..............................................5 0
42%
M o n t a n a C o a l & C o k e . . . . ..............25 1
25
•TV U n i t e d E l e c t r i c o f N e w J e r s e y 1 0 0
l e w C e n t r a l C o a l .................
..20 33
U n ite d E l e c tr ic H ccu r., p r o f
iOO
38
P u r c h a s e r a l s o p a y s a c o r u e d in te r n e t .
t P r i c e s p e r s h a r e , not p, o
I H a le p r l o e

S 3

jNew Y o r k ,—
1 i a g a r a ............
!N

23
20
125
1 6 N o r t h R i v e r . ,.
2
Peter C o o p er,.
105
1 40
41
14% 15 '.4 U n i t e d S t a t e s . __
100
W estch ester . . .. .
£ In L o n d o n ,
x fix- d iv id e !

100
1(H)
..50
100
100
100
100
too

155

i6
noo
88
101
120
91
138

128
P6
145

1
00 1
05
100 680
100 80
570
-.60 310

700
100
600
3*0

170
, 15 too
135
100 310
100 90
,,50 220
160
.,20 180
.25 50
10

115

110

i 78
105
140
320
100
180
i 20
too

THE

5 4
S to c k s .

P a r.

P hiladelphia.
A m e r ic a n F ir e ............................. 100
D e la w a re M u t u a l........................ 25
F ir e A s s o c ia tio n ....................... . . 5 0
F ra n k lin F ir e .............................. 100
G ira rd F . & M ............................. 100
In s. Co. C o u n ty o f P h ila ...........100
In su ra n ce Co. o f N . A ................. 10
In su ra n ce Co. o f S ta te o f P a . ..2 0 0
J efferso n ...................................... 50
L u m b e rm e n ’ s.............................. 25
M echan ics’ ................................... 25
P en n s y lv a n ia F ir e ...................... 100
R e lia n c e ....................................... 50
S p rin g G a rd e n ............................ 50
T e u to n ia ....................................... 100
U n io n ..............
20
U n ited F ire m e n s ........................... 10
P it t s b u r g .
A lle m a n n ia ................................... 50
A r m e n ia ....................................... 100
B en F r a n k lin ................................ 50
B ir m in g h a m .................................. 50
•City.................................................. 50
C itizen s’ .......................................... 50
G e r m a n .......................................... 50
Germ a n -A m erica n ........................50
H u m b o ld t.......................................50
M o n o n g a h e la ................................ 50
N a t i o n a l ........................................ 50
P e o p le ’ s ......................................
P itts b u rg ........................................ 50
T e u to n ia .........................................50
U n io n ............................................. 50
W e s te r n .......................................... 50
P rovidence.
E q u ita b le ....................................... 50
M erch an ts’ (L iq u id a tin g )........... 50
P r o v . W a s h in g to n ........................ 50
R ic h m o n d .
V ir g in ia F ir e & M . . . . ................... 25
V ir g in ia S ta te ................................25
S a n F r a n c is c o .
F ire m a n ’s F u n d ..........................100
S t . L o u is .
A m erica n C e n tr a l......................100
W a s h in g t o n .
A r lin g t o n .......................................10
C o lo n ia l........................................100
C o lu m b ia .......................................... 5
C o m m erc ia l...................................... 5
C o r c o r a n .........................................50
F ire m a n ’s ....................................... 20
F r a n k lin ........................................ 25
G erm a n -A m erica n ...................... 100
M e tr o p o lita n ..................................50
N a tio n a l u n io n ................................5
P e o p le ’ s............................................. 5
P o to m a c ..........................................25
R ig g s ..................- ............................. 5

Bid.
1.........
t t .......
i t .......
t ........
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t ........
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t } .......
f t .......
f t .......
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t ........
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t t .......

Ask
100
16
364
377%
383
116%
24%
110
60
35
508%
55
55%
90
18
18%

65
t 61
ICO
80
90
t 80
70
t ........
t 60
67%
t 65
78
t 67
t 65
U 05
65
1 61
110
f 105
52
t 49
il2 0
77%
f 74
75
t 60
55
t 50
t 60
1 30
t 75

Q U O T A T IO N
S to c k s .

[V ol.

SUPPLEM ENT.
Par.

M erchants’ (F . R . ) ..................... 100
M errim ack (M a s s .)................... 100
M iddlesex (M a ss.)..................... 100
M onadnock (N . H . ) ..................1000
Morse T w is t D r ill (N . B . ) ......... 50
N arragan sett M ills (F. R . ) ...... 100
Nashua (N. H . ) .......................... 500
N aum keag (Mass.) C o tton ........100
Mew B e d fo rd C o rd a g e ............. 100
Mew E n g. C o tton Y a r n P re f...IO C
N ew m ark et (N . H . ) .................. 500
Osborn M ills (F a ll R i v e r ) ........100
Otis M a n u fact’ g Co. (M a s s .).. 1000
Pacific (M a ss.)..........................1000
P a irp o in t C orp oratio n (N .B .).,1 0 0
P a rk e r M ills (F . R . ) ..................100
P ep p erell (M e .).......................... 100
P ierce M an u fao’g Co. (N . B .)..1 0 0
Pocasset (F a ll R iv e r ) ...............100
Potom ska M ills (N . B . ) ........... 100
Rich. B ord en (F a ll R i v e r ) ...... 100
3agam ore (F a ll R i v e r ) ............. 100
Salmon F a lls (N . H . ) ................ 300
Seaconett M ills (F. R . ) .............. 100
Shove (F a ll R i v e r ) ..................... 100
3kenandoa C o tton Co. (U tic a ) 100
Stafford (F a ll R i v e r ) ................. 100
Teoumseh (F a ll R iv e r ).............. 100
rh o rn d ik e (M a ss.)................... 1000
rrem o n t & 8. (M a ss.)................100
Onion C o tton M fg . (F a ll R iv e r ) 100
O tica Steam & M o h a w k V a lle y
C otton M ills ..............................100
O tica & W illo w v a le B le a - ik y ..l0 0
W am panoag (F a l 1R i v e r ) ........ 100
Wamsutta M ills (N . B .).............100
W eetam oe (F a ll R i v e r ) .............100
W hitm an M ills (N . B . ) .............. 100
f o r k Co. (M e .)............................. 750

SOUTHERN MILLS.
38
27% A b b e v ille C o tton M ills (S. C.).1C0
Aifcen M fg . Co. (8. C .)................100
280
270
A m e ric a n S pinn in g Co. (S. C J.100
A n d erson C o tton M ills (S. C.) .100
280
275
A r k w r ig h t M ills (S. C .).............100
A u gu sta F a c to ry (G e o r g ia )___ 100
f 29is 31
A v o n d a le M ills (A la .)................100
110
95
B e lto n M ills (S. C.)
100
t 10%
Bibb M fg . Co. (G e o r g ia ).......... 100
i
5
B e n n e tts v ille M fg . Co. (S. C .)..100
t 62
B randon M ills (8. C .)................. 100
29
t 26
Cabarrus C otton M ills (N . C.) 100
t 4w% 50% C le a rw a te r B l’h & M fg .C o .(G a .) 100
265
C lifto n M fg . Co. (S. C .)..............100
90
t 75
C lin ton C o tton M ills (S. C .)___ 100
9
t 8
C ou rten ay M fg . Co. (S. C .)....... 100
6% D allas M fg . Co. (A la .)................140
1 6
70
t 62
D a rlin gto n M fg. Co. (S. C . ) ___ 100
t 818
E a g le & P h e n ix M ills (G a .)___ 100
E n oree M fg . Co. (S. C.). ...........100
M A R I N E I N S U R ’C E S C R I P .
E n terp rise M fg . Co. (G a .)......... 100
l O l i s 103
E x p o s itio n C otton M ills (G a .).lO O
A tla n tic M u tu a l—189 7 .............
102is 104
Fu lron B a g & Cot. M ills (G a.).lO O
1898
.......
103 4i 105
1899
.......
G affn ey M jv. Co. (8. C .)............ 100
104is 106
190 0
.......
G ra n b y C otton M ills (S. C .)___ ICO
1051s 107 4
1901
.......
do
1st p r e fe r re d .............. .100
106is 108is G ra n ite v ille M fg . Co. (S. C .)...1 0 0
1902
......
G re en w o od Cot. M ills (S. C.)..1C0
MANUFACTURING S T O C K S
G ren d el M ills (S. C.) ................ 100
NORTHERN MILLS.
Par,
H e n rie tta M ills (N . C .).............. 100
K in g , John P., M fg . Co. (S. C.)100
Aou sh n et M ills (N. B . ) .............. 100 328
96
L a n c a s te r C o tton M ills (8. C.).100
A m . L in en (F a ll R i v e r ) .............100
L a n g le y M fg . Co. (S. C . )..........) 00
A m o r y (N . H . ) ............................. 100 155
tl9 0 0 1940 Lau ren s C o ito n M ills (S. C .)...1 0 0
A m o sk ea g (N . H . ) .....................1000
125
L o ck h art M ills (S. C .)................100
A n d ro sco gin (M e .)...................... 100
Lou ise M ills (N. C .)................... 100
A p p le to n (M a ss.)......................1000 t l l 5
90
,9 2 is L y n ch b u rg C otton M ills (V a .).lO O
A rk w r ig h t M anuf. Co. (F . R .).1 0 0
A rlin g to n M ills (M a s s .).... ........ 100 104
do
p r e fe r r e d .................... 100
50
A tla n tic C o tton M ills ............ 100
M an ch ester Cot. M ills (8. C.) 100
101
B a rn a b y M an uf. Co. (F . R .)...1 0 0
M ayo M ills (N. C .)...................... 100
103
B a rn a rd M fg . (F a ll R i v e r ) ....... 100
M cC oll M fg . Co. (8. C .).............. 100
2
M ills M fg . Co. (S. C .)................ .100
B ates (M e .)............- ................... 100 158J
103
B ig e lo w C a rp et Co.....................100 100
M obile C o tton M ills ................... 100
B o o tt Cot. (M ass.).....................1000
M on ogh an M ills (S. C.). ...........100
117 % N e w b e rr y C o tton M ills (S. C .j.lO O
B o rd er C ity M fg . (F a ll R i v e r ) . 100
Boston Co. (M ass.) (new st’ k ) 1000 (1 0 0
O d ell M fg . Co. (N . C.) .............. 100
B oston B e ltin g ........................... 100 225
O rr C otton M ills (8. C .)............ 100
Boston D uok (M a ss.)................. 700
P a c o le tM fg . Co. (8. C .).............100
87
88is P e lz e r M fg . Co. (8. C .).............. 100
B r is to l M a n u f’ g Co. (N . B . )— 100
62ia
C a b o t M a n u factu rin g C o.(M e.) 100
F ie d m o n tM fg . Co. (S. C .)......... 100
102% P h illip s B u ttorff M f g .................100
Chace (.Fall R i v e r ) ..................... 100 100
52%)
C hicopee (M a ss.)........................ 100
Poe, F. W., M fg . Co. (8. C.) ...1 0 0
R a leig h C otton M ills (N . C .)...1 0 0
C ity M a n u factu rin g Co. (N .B .)IO O 130
t250
R ich la n d C otton M ills (S. C .)..1 0 0
Cocheeo (N . H . ) ..........................500
do
p re fe rre d
C ollins Co. (C o n n .).....................100 131
.............100
1100 R oa n ok e M ills (N . C .)................100
C oln m bian (N. H . ) .........
100
30
jSibley M fg . Co. (G a .)................ 100
C o n tin en tal (M e .)...................... 100
C o rn ell M ills (F . B .)..................100
Southern C otton M ills (N. C J.lO O
100 S partan M ills (3. C .)................. 100
C o rn ell S tock in g Co. (N . B ..)..1 0 0
162
S oonew all Cot. M ills (M o b ile ).100
.100 104
T rio n M fg . Co. ( G a . ) ................. 100
.500 11025
Tu capau M ills (8. C .)................. 100
.100 160
U n ion C o tton M ills (S. 0 . ) ....... 100
103
do p r e fe r re d ........................... 100
.100 105
V ic to r M fg. Co. (8. C . ) .............. 100
F lin t M ills (F a l
.100 100
W arren M fg . Co. (8. C .).............100
.100 130
do
p re fe rre d ........................ 100
.100 147%)
W ashington M ills (V a .) p r e f...100
135
100
W ebb M an uf act. Co—N a s h v ’le 100
1000 t745
W h itn ey M fg. Co. (S. C .)........... 100
50
100
W ilm in gton C o t.M tlls (N .O .)pL.lO O
.100 102
W iscassett M ills (N . C .).............100
..100
45
MINING STOCKS.
90
85
.100
1000 t900
Jackson
A c a c ia ..............................................1
130" A d v e n tu re C on solid ated ..............25
..100
100
L a m b eth R op e Co. (N . B . )........100
A e tn a Consol. (Q u ic k s ilv e r)........ 5
J325 A J a m o ............................................... 1
L a n caster M ills (M a ss.)............ 400 ( . . . .
L a u rel L a k e M ills (F . R . ) ......... 100 121 122 % A llo u e z (Assessm ent p a id .).......25
L a w re n c e (M a s s .)...................... 100 x 117
A m a lg a m a te d C o p p e r.............. 100
91%l
L o c k w o o d (M e .)..................
100
A m erica n G o ld D r e d g in g ............ 5
97i* 101
L o w e ll B le a c h e r y ...................... 100
Am . G old M in in g Co. (8t. L . ) ___ 10
825
(800
L o w e ll M ach ine S h op ................500
A m er. Zino, L e a d & S m e ltin g ...25
63
L y m a n M ills (M a ss.)..................100
A n aoon da C o p p e r.......................2 5
80
M an chester (N. H . ) .....................100
A n acon d a (g o ld )................
5
M assachusetts C o tton ................100
97% 99
A ro a d ia n ........................................ 25
86 A rgen tu m -Ju n iata ........................2
M echanics’ (F . R .)...................... 100
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116
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87
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108
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175
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A r n o ld ............................................ 25 t 50c. 8O0.
28% 30
A t la n t ic .......................................... 25
B a ttle M o u n ta in C on s...................1
13120
B in gh am Consol. M in. & S m e lt..50 1 3 i% 3 2 14
75o.
B on an za D e v e lo p m e n t Co........ 10
B oston (Q u ic k s ilv e r)................... 10 t ........
312
1
B ritan n ia M in in g ............................1 t
1%
t 7%
B ritish C olu m b ia ...........................5
8 is
B u tte r fly .......................................... 1
l3 o . 20o.
590
Calu m et & H e o la ........................25 1580
C e n t e n n ia l.................................. 25 t 1734 18is
132
C en tral L e a d C o ........................ 100
8
C en tral O il....................................25
3c.
Colo. C ity < M a n ito u ..................... 1 2%c.
fe
13
Colum bia L e a d ............................. 10
5o. 6 78 0 .
C olu m b in e-V ictor T u n n e l........... 1
2
C on solid ated M ercu r G o ld ...........5 t
17&
4
C o n tin en tal Zino & L e a d ..........10 t 3%
5334 54
C opper R a n g e C onsol’ d C o ____100
2%0. 2 780.
C orioianu s.......... ...... ................... ..1
O r e e d e & C . C...................................1 3% o
C rip p le C reek C o n s o lid a te d .........1 6 % « 6%C.
D a ly - W e s t .................................... 20 ♦ 4734 4778
D a n te .................................................1 2% o 31*0.
D ootor J a c k p o t............................... 1 l i % e . 1 1 780
135
D o e R un L e a d ............... ........ ...1 0 0 128
E lkton C o n s o lid a te d ..................... 1 62120 . 6378o
31*
Elm R iv e r .......................................12 i 2%
E l Paso G o ld ....................................1 52%o. 53c.
5o.
60.
Fannie R a w lin g s .............................1
80.
F in d le y ..............................................1 7-^e.
Fran klin (L . S.) B o s to n ............... 25 t 1 0 i* I l l s
4c.
G old D o lla r C o n s o lid a te d ........... 1 3%c.
60c
61c.
G old en C y c le ................................... 1
lo c . 18c.
G old en F le e c e .............................. ..1
4o. 7>sc.
G o u ld ................................................ 1
2-30
G ra n lte-B i-M eta llie (St. L ) .........10 2-£0
t 2734 28%
G reen e C on solid ated C o p p e r____10
35s
33s
G uanajuato C on solid ated .......... 5 t
4c
H a r t G . M. & L ................................ 1
H om estake M in in g .....................100
28120. 29c.
Is a b e lla .............................................1
13
isle R o y a le Consol. M in in g C o ..25 I i l %
8e. 12c.
la ck P o t ........................................... 1
45c
60c.
L a st D o lla r ....................................... 1
L e x in g t o n ........................................1 5580. 5 7sc.
15
L u s tre M in in g C o ......................... 10 t 14
Mass. C o n s o lid a te d .................... 25 t 1814 18is
2
M a y flo w e r ..................................... 25 t
2 >s
2
Merced G o ld ............. '.................. 15 1---12
M ich igan ........................................ 25 t 11
M ohaw k................................. ....... 25 1 42% 4234
M ollie G ibson ...................................5 12-i,c. 14%o
23s
M o n trea l & B oston C o p p e r ......... 5 i 2%
10 c. 12 >so
Moon A n c h o r ................. ............... 1
3
N apa (Q u ic k s ilv e r)........................ 7 t ........
8
Hew Id r ia (Q u ic k s ilv e r)................ 5 t x 7
t 2i*
3
Old C o lo n y ........ ............................25
t 19i* 1934
Old D om in ion C o p p e r................. 25
8
9
O ntario S ilv e r M in in g ................100
O soeola............................................25 t 60
6 OI4
28ia
P a rro t S ilv e r & C o p p e r.............. 10 t 27
P h arm acist C on solid ated ............. 1 35s0. 3%c.
o
P h o e n ix C o n solid ated ................. 25 t 4t4
4o.
P ilg rim C o n s o lid a te d ................... 1
P in n a cle........ .................................. 1 5 V , 6 isc.
1-80 1 85
P o rtla n d ............................................1
P r in c e A lb e r t .................................. 1 2180 . 2380.
3
4
Q u ick silv er M in in g C o.............. 100
91* 10%
P r e fe r r e d ..................................100
135
Q n ln cy............................................ 25 1131
2
1%
Rhode Is la n d ................................. 25 t
3c
4c.
Rose N le o l.................
1
t 20
25
8t. Joseph L e a d ............................. 10
2
134
Santa F e (G o ld & C o p p e r)...........10 t
S h an n on ................
10 f 13*4 14
3%c1 3is0.
.
Sunset E c lip s e ................................ l
180
Cam arack....................................... 25 tl7 5
234
314
Ceoumseh....................................... 25 t
Tennessee C o p p e r........................ 25 t 15
15is
ICO
P r i-M o u n ta in ................................25 t 95
T r in it y ...... .................................... 25 t 11^4 12 i 4
4
U nion C opper C o .......................... 10 1 3%
214
Union C opper, L a n d & M in in g ..25 1 2
33
34
U n ited C op p er C o ...................... 100
U n ited States (v o t. tr. o e rtfs .)..2 5 t 19is 19%
8
U nited States O il..........................25 1 147 15%
204)
Utah Consol. G old , T r , re o ’t s ..4 -85 t 20
6
V ic to ria .......................................... 25 t 534
9 1 c .; 950.
V in d ic a to r........................................ 1
19
21
W hite K n o b ................................ 100
W inona.........................
25 t 5%
5 is
\ 54
55
W o lv e rin e ....................................... 25
5130 . 5%o
W ork .................................................. 1
W y a n d o t t e ....................................25 t
113
1®8

REAL ESTATE TRUST AND
LAND S T O C K S .

s
A lb a n y T r u s t . .............................lOOj §100 > 102 is
110
A llia n c e R ea lty C o ..................... lu o 100
130" A u gu sta L a n d ......................... 100
30
140
B a rristers’ H a ll T r u s t ...............1< 0 1104
108
Bcaoon Cham bers T r u s t ......... 100 t 75
P r e fe r r e d
............................ .100, § ...... ■9 5 '
102
103
B e d fo rd T ru st
..................... .100 §100
B e rk le y H o te l T ru s t ............... 100
100
100 B lrm iu gh a m (A la .) R e a lty C o..100
58
109
P r e fe r r e t ......................
100
63 b) 654)
106
Board o f T ra d e B n ild ’g T r u s t..100 §105
90
G 900 950
B oston G round R en t T r u s t...1000
Bostou R e a l E sta te T r u s t ____1000 t§H00 1420
Broad E x ch au g e C o ................. 100
50
12 5 '
P r e fe r re d
............................. 100
B rom tleld B u ild in g T r u s t......... 100
106
R ec eip ts . . .
100
9 >21. Business R eal E sta te T r u s t ___ 100
102is
24 !Camdeu Land ...............................20
%
45 e. C en tra l B u ild in g T r u s t ............100
110
3%R C ity A ssociates
................. 500
3
1024)
Congress S treet T r u s t................100
63% C on stitu tion W h a rf T r u s t........100
113
3
102
C o p ley Square T ru st ................100
1
D elta B u nding T r u s t .................100
106
D evon shire B u ild in g T r u s t... 100
108
D w e llin g H ou se A s s o c ia te s .. 1000
950
18c. E a st Boston L a n d ............................
84i
E u sley L a n d C o ................................
5
7
E ssex S treet T r u s t..... ............... 100
101
IV
qu oted p. 0.
§ Pu rchaser also pays accrued in terest.

MISCELLANEOUS

J u ly , 1902. J
S to ck !

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S to c k s

STOCKS
Bid.

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32
90%
t 7%

33
91%
7%
103
92
53
98
228
4

Par

F a c to r y B u ild in gs T r u s t.......... 100 m i o
t5000
F if t y A sso cia tes ......................
H a y m a rk e t T ru s t
................100 §100
H o te l B e lle v u e T r u s t............... 100
H o te l Som erset T ru st .............. 100 §106
H o te l Tru st (T o u ra ir e) ...
..1 0 0 §122
H u n tin gto n Cham bers T r u s t . .100 ‘ 90
Jou rn al Buildins? T ru s t
....... 100 § ......
L e n o x S tre e t B u ild in gs T ru s t .100 §........
M an hattan Beach C o ........... . . l o o * 15
M erch an ts' R ’l E sta te T r u s t..1000 +11000
*
M etro p o lita n A s s o c ia te s ..........1 0 1 Y - - - '
P r e fe r r e d . .....
100 l ......
M u n icipal R e a l E sta te T r u s t..H O }104
lU t
N a s h v ille L a n d Im p ro v e m e n t Co .
N . Y . R e a lty C o rp o ra tio n .. 100 155
P a d d o ck T r u s t.................
. . . 100 §103
P em b erto n B u ild in g T r u s t— 100 ,100
§ .....
P r a y B u ild in gs T ru s t
........ 10
R e a l E sta te Associates .
.
100 §107
R e a l’y A s s o o ia te s o f B ’n (75 p ’d)100 110
S c o lla y B u ild in g T r u s t_______ 100 § 99
South s tre e t T r u s t..................... 100 §108
South T e rm in a l T r u s t ............ 100 §106
S tate S treet E x c h a n g e .......... 100 §134
S uffolk R e a l E sta te T r u s t . . . 10ft0 +§1070
Sum m er S treet T r u s t ................ 100 1110
T e c h n o lo g y C ham bers T ru s t.. 10e §102
T e rm in a l 'H o te l T r u s t .............. 1 °0 § 90
P r e fe r r e d ................. - ............. 100 § 95
38
T e x a s P a clflo L a n d T r u s t........ m o
T re m o n t B u ild in g T r u s t......
100 §140
T rim o u n ta in T ru st
... 100 §
W estern R e a l E s ta te T ru s t
100 §100
W in te r S treet T r u s t...
. . . 100
W in th ro p B u ild in g T ru s t
1000 t§900
T E L E G R A P H S tT E L E P H O N E

Am erican Car A F ou ndry...... .100
5275
P referred ............................. 100
103
Am erican Cement Co ............ ..1 0
American Chicle C o ............... 100
108
P referred ............................. 100
125
American Cotton O il.............. 100
100
P referred ............................. 100
101
American E xpress................. .100
100
American Graphophone......... ..1 0
P referred. ..7 ... 7................. ..1 0
18
Am erican Grass Tw in e Co .. 100
105
Am erican H id e A L ea th e r___ 100
105
Preferred. ........................... 100
L06
American H osiery C o............. 25
12
American Ic e C o .................... ,100
160
Preferred ............................. .100
106
American Linseed C o............ .100
103
P r e fe rre d ............................. 100
10 0
American L o co m o tive........... .100
108ts
P r e fe r r e d .............................
116
American M alting Co............. 100
P r e fe r re d ............................. .100
101
American Pneum atic Service. . 50
Preferred ............................. ..50
108
138
Am erican Press Association 100
1080 Am erican Publishing (H a rtf’ d).25
I12is Am erican R adiator Co........ . .100
103
P referred .......................... . 100
95
Am erican Screw Co
........ 100
100
Am erican Sniphuilding......... 100
P re fe rre d ..................... ....... 100
40is
American Smelting A Refining 100
P referred ______ ..................7 100
1 0 2 is
102
American Snuff C o................. 100
P referred ............... ............. 100
90
950
Am erican Soda Fou ntain...... 100
1 et p referred ....................... 100
2 d preferred ..............
100
STOCKS.
Am erican Straw Board Rects 100
50
Am erican Sugar R efinin g...... 100
A k ro n P e o p le ’ s T e l. C o ............ 100
38
P referred . 77...............7....... .100
35
A m erica n H ist. T ele g. <N. Y .)..1 0 0
95
87
Am erican Thread Co., p ref.... ... 5
A m e r.T e le g . A C ab le (G u a r .)..100
178 178% Am erican T o b a c c o ....7.......... 50
107% 110
P referred .............................. 100
Am erican T y p e Founders...... 100
H167 169
P re fe rre d ............................. .100
B e ll T elep h o n e o f M o ............... 100 161
Am erican W in dow Glass...... 100
B e ll T elep h on e o f P h ila d e lp h ia 50 t 74
116
112
P referred ............................... 100
Cent. D ist. P rin t. T . A T . (P itts .) 100
105
Am erican W oo len .................. 100
C entral & So. A m e r.T e le g ra p h . 100 102
90
P re fe rre d ............................. io n
C en tral U n ion T e le p h o n e (n e w ) 100
Am erican W rin g e r................. 100
58% 60
Chesa. A P o to m a c T e le p h o n e.. 100
175
P re fe rre d ............................. 100
C hicago T e le p h o n e .....................100 170
185
A m erican W ritin g P a p e r____ 100
C ity ASub. Tel. (C in.) (n ew stk.).100
P referred ............ ................ m o
C om m ercial C ab le...................... 100 155
Associated Merchants, 1st pf. 100
C om m ercial U n io n (G n a r .)....... 25 115
A tlan tic Trans. Co. o f W. V a .. 100
C om m ercial Un. o f Me. (G n a r.).100 115
129
Baltim ore Warehouse Co .. . ..2 0
Cum berland T e le p h o n e ............ 100
R a m e y ft. Smith Oar............ _ 100
15
20
C u yah oga T e le p h o n e ................100
P referred ... .................. ..... 100
D o m in ion T ele g ra p h (C a n a d a )..50 120
84
Bay Shell Road Co. (M obile).. ..25
78
E m p ire A B a y S tate T e le g ....... 100
3
&
F e d e ra l T ele p h o n e C o .............. 100
3% Billings < Spencer.................. ..25
47
55
Bliss <'ompany........................ . 50
F ra n k lin T ele g ra p h (G n a r .)... 100
124
P referred ...................... ...... . 50
G old A Brook T e le * . (G u ar.) ...1 0 0 121
111
Boston Steamship Co............ 100
Hudson R iv e r T e le p h o n e ........ 100 106
80
P re fe rre d ... ...................... 100
70
HI. A M ississippi T e le g ra p h .......50
122
Brandon P rin tin g Co. (Tenn.) 100
In te m a t. Ocean T e le g . (G u ar.)lO O 118
23s Broad Brook Co. (H a rtfo rd ).. ..25
1 2%
101 % Brooklyn F erry Co................. 100
M issouri A K a n . T e le p h o n e ... 100 100
150
Brunswick Dook A City Im p . 100
M o b ile A G u lf T e le g r a p h ........ 100 140
Burr In d ex Co. (H artford) ... . 2 5
M o n trea l T e le g ra p h ................... .40 168% 171
.100
148
N e w E n g la n d T e le p h o n e ........ 100 147
Calib r’ a Fruit Canners’ Ass’ n .100
178
N. Y . A N e w J ersey T e le p h o n e .100 175
50
65
California W ine Association. 100
N. Y . & P en n . T e le p h o n e ...... 100
1‘26
Calumet A Chic. Can. A Dook 100
N o rth w estern T e le g r. (G n a r .)...50 122
85
Canton Co. (B a ltim ore).......... .100
Pac. A A tla n tic T ele g . (G u a r .)..25! 80
(
T-np.kwnnrl At Rralnarri Co 100
.
t 45
51
lx 108
C e llu lo id ................................ .100
Central F ire Works, common .100
Southern N e w E n gla n d T e l ___ 100 154
103
P referred .............................. .100
Southern A A tl. T e le g . (G u a r.)..25 100
f ...........
7
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CTieHChrnntrh M a n f’ a C o ___ .100
29
30
W estern T e le p . A T e le g . Co...
P r e fe r r e d .....................
1001 101 % 102 % Chic. J u nct.R y.A Un.Stk. Yds.100
100
W e s t e r n U n i o n T e l e g r a p h ........ 100:
8 8 % 90%
Chicago R y. E q u i p m e n t C o... ..1 0
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41
93
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89%
100
A m e r i c a n S u r e t y ..........................
165
175
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B o n d A M o r t g a g e G u a r a n t e e . . 1 0 0 480
C h i c a g o T i t l e A T r u s t C o .......... llM
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100 175
23%
l x 4%,
C le v e la n d & S a n d u s k y B r e w ’g.10 0
5
70%
P r e f e r r e d ............................ .100
f 164.^3 165%
140
G u a r a n t e e T i t l e A T t ., P i t t s . . . 1 0 0 136
C l e v e l a n d S t o n e C o ................ 100 X ......
8
C o m p r e s s e d A i r ...................... .100
108 110
50
100
2 )0
215
L a w y e r s ’ M o r tg a g e Ins. C o . .
10
O onrto L F i r e W o r i i s ....... ......... 100
L a w y e r s ’ S u r e t y C o . ..................... 1 0 0
110
55
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355
36 6
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u o
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159%
15 9
A l b a n y S a f e D e p o s i t A S t o r a g e 1 0 0 110
A l g i e r s W . W . v. K le e . C o .......... 1 0 0
130
29
A m e r i c a n A g r l , C h e m ic a l C o , . 100 1
P r e f e r r e d ........ ..............................
68
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C r a m p .shin Y a r d ............... . . . . 1 0 0
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35
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D i a m o n d M a t c h Co. HI........... . 1 0 0 134
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P r e f e r r e d .......... ...........- ................ i
21
D o m i n i o n H e m irtU n s C o . . . . . . . 10 0
21
» (11
E a g l e M K ' k .........................................
100
28
32
1 00
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50
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13
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E ar.& Ship.Tob.Wareh.,1st pf.. 100 106
2d P r e fe r re d ...... ............... .100 100
F a y A Egan Co. (Cin.) p r e f... .100 106
French Opera Ass’n (N. O.)
250 t 75
General Carriage R e c e ip ts . .. .100
5
General Chemical C o ............ 100
64
P referred .......................... .. 100
98
Geo. A . F u ller C o.................. 100
49
P referred ............................. 100
94
8
Gorham M anufacturing Co... 100 x l2 0
56%
Prftfftrrfid___________~ ___
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8
Gottlieh-Bauerusoh-Strauss Brew.
17%
41
G ray A D udley Oo. (Nashville) 100 120
Great Lakes T o w in g C o ........ 100
9%
13
P re fe rre d ............................. 100
58
42% Hackensack Meadows Co...... 100
7
24% Hackensack W ater C o............ 100 150
54
P referred ............................. m o 150
32% H a ll Signal Co. ..................... 100
90
95
H a rtfo rd C arpet..................... 10 O 50
6 % P r e fe rre d ............................. 100 103
25
H avana Comm ercial C o........ 100
20
5%
60
P re fe rre d ............................. 100
25
H aw aiian Com. A Sugar........ 100
100
H. B. Claflin C o ........7............ 100
98
25
1 st p re fe rre d ....................... 100 100
51
102
2 d preferred ...................... m o
125
2
H errm g-H a ll-M arvin C o ...... .100
30
1 st p rererred ....................... 100
43
2 d p referred ........................ 100
5
Hoboken hand < . Tmnrovem’t 1DO 200
tr
47% H olyoke W ater P o w e r_______ 100 350
99
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation ..50 t 12
H vdraulic Press B rick
io n
125
94%
98% Interboro. Rap. Tran. ($10 p ’d ). 100 115
6
In tern ation al Banking Co. . 100 200
65
In tern ’l Button H o le Machine ..1 0 t ......
16
20
In tern ation al Paper Co., com 100
TOO 73
Prftf AFTPiri_______ ____
38
126
International P o w er Co., pref-100
119
10
International Salt Certificates ...
4
12
International S ilv e r . ............ 100
340
P re fe rre d ............................. 100
59%
151
In t’l smokeless P ow der & D yn .5 0 t 10
44
51%
International Steam P u m p ... 100
102
92
P re fe rre d .............................. 100
f ........
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25
450
Jackson B rew in g Co. (N. 0 .).. 100
14 J. B. Stetson C o .... ............... m o 150
76%
P referred ............................. m o 150
95
J. R. M ontgom ery Co............. 100
Johns-Pratt Co..................... 100 140
3% Kansas City Stock Y a rd s ...... m o 103
13
Keunard Carpet C o .............. 100 103
P ro 'e rre d . * ..... ............. 100 110
95%
270
1 00 125
Kentucky H eatin g Co..
25% Kentucky W a g o n .................. 100 168
22
Knickerbocker Ic e (Chicago) 100
130
P r e f e r r e d .................. ..7 ... m o
27% Kodak, Lim ited, of N . J ........ m o 147%
38
P r e fe rre d ............................. 100 106
Lanston Monohvue _____
20 t 12%
L a V a riete Association (N.OAlftOO t ........
145
50
67
L iberty Mills (F lo u r)............. 100
87
L it Brothers (P h ila d elp h ia )... . 10 t m %
70
105
L ou isville Publio W areV se Co .100
45
25
Louisv. Tobacco W arehouse.. .100
17
P re fe rre d ............................. too 110
42
13
Maokey-Nesbit D ry Goods Co. 100
25
Madison Square G arden........ 100
11
47
Manufactured Rubber ........ ..50
102 1 Preferred ($10 p a id )........... ..50 ...........
100 % Marin County W ater (C al.).. 100
59
78
3%
Maraden Co. (P h ila .)............... 100
105
P re fe rre d ............................. 100 ......
m o x !8 3
Merman thaler L in o typ e......
72
Mexican In t’ l Im provein’t Co 100
25
91
P re fe rre d ..................
mo
67
7%
Mox. N at’ l Construct’ n, prof. 100
49% M ilw . a uiiio. B rew eriei (L ’ t) £ 1 0
1%
470
18
Preferred ............................. . £ 1 0
95
165
Minneapolis Brew ing Co ___ 100
135
P re fe rre d . . ___ -----............. m o 106
8 'iO M obile B rew ery..................... 100 155
50
M o n o n g a h e l a W a t e r ..................... ..25 i
70
Morris C a n a l . —P r e f e r r e d ........ 100 100
Mo filer H a t e O o ............... ............. m o
105
88
M o u n t O l i v e t C e m e t e r y ......... 100
10
180
M o u n t V e r n o n C o t t o n D u c k . . 100
23% M v s t i c W h a r f A S t o r a g e ......... 100 103
71%
P r e f e r r e d ............................. m o 105
97% N a s h v i l l e W a r e h o u s e & K i e v . 100
25
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98
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60
%
N a t i o n a l A bp h a l t .................... . .60 1
20
P referred ............................ ..50 t 1 %
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N a t i o n a l B i s o u l t O o ...... ......... 100
m o 104
14
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N a t . E n a m e l . A S t a m p i n g ........ 100
P r e f e r r e d ............................. ............ m o
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N a t i o n a l F i r e P r o o f i n g U o ......... . 5 0
..5 0
’ P r e f e r r e d ................. ............ ..
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N a t i o n a l L o a d ........................ 100
P r e f e r r e d ...................................... 1 00
N a t i o n a l M a n i l i n e ( C o n n . ) , . . . . 26
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50
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mo
N ew L o u isian a J o c k e y C lu b .
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N e w (M ettle, B r e w i n g . . . _ _
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N e w Orie.Hii • Wul-et S u p p l y C o . 100
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5
N or. Am or. L u m b e r & P u lp ... .100
.100
133
O ld D om in ion S team sh ip ........
33
O tis E le v a to r C o ...................... .100
P r e fe r r e d .............................. .100 102
P a cific C oast B o r a x ................. .100 165
65
P a c ific C oast C o ...................... .100
1st p r e fe r r e d — ................... .100 100
74
2d p r e fe r r e d ......................... 100
41%
P a a ific M a il S team sh ip ........... 100
25
P a ra ffin e P a in t ......................... HI
P a w tu c k e t H a ir C lo th ............ ..3 0 t 72 %
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r*. L o rllla rd , p r e fe r re d ............ .100 125
P itts b u rg B r e w in g C o .............
l 273s
P r e fe r r e d ................................ 50 i 46
pifitahurg P la te G lass O o ....... .100
5
Planters'" Com press C o............ .100
.100
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P o rtla n d W a te r ........................ .100 115
P r a tt & C a d y C o ....................... .100 110
98
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Pressed S teel C ar C o ............. .100
85%
P r e fe r r e d ........................... . .100
P ro c te r & G a m b le Co. (n ew stk) 100 300
P r e fe r r e d ................................ .100 200
Qua,her O ats.............................. .100
.100
40
R a ilw a y A u to m a tic Sales Co. . 2 5
01
P r e fe r re d . .............................. ...25
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P r r f e r r e d ............................. ..IO C
R a p . T ran . Sub.Op C o.(S20pd).10Q 119
R ee ce B u t t o n H o c M a ch in e . ..1 0 t 9
.100
45
P re fe rre d . ........ .... ............... .100
15
R o ch ester Opt.
C am era Co. .100
49%
P r e fe r r e d ..
.. -.............. .100
t P r ic e s a re p e r sh a re, n o t p e r oen t.

P a r.

B id .

[V ol. L X X V

Is k .

P a r.

S to c k s .

Bid. Ask.
+
t 90
U10
100
130
5 24
112
tx5 3
tx31%
11
43
14

10
25
134
31
105

fSoyal B a k in g P o w d e r, p r e f.. 100 104
(06
U nion S teel S crew (C le vela n d )lO O
100
Rubber G oods M a n u fao t’ g Co 100
18
19
U n ion S w itc h & S ig n a l____ .......50
91
65
P r e fe r r e d ....................... “ . . . . 100
68
P r e fe r r e d .......... .“. ............. .......50
lu s s e ll & E r w in M a n f. C o ___ ..2 5 t 61
U n ion T y p e W r it e r ............ ....1 0 0
' 0<‘ %
Safety C ar H e a tin g & L ig h tin g lO O 148
153
131
1st p r e fe r r e d .................... ....1 0 0
55
it L o u is C o tton C o m p re s s ... .100
65
129
2nd p r e f ............................. ....1 0 0
____ U n ite d F r u it C o .................... ...1 0 0
it . L o u is & M iss. V a l. T r a n s fe r 100 100
11-'%
so
54
it. L o u is T r a n s fe r .................... .100
U n ited Shoe M a c h in e ry .... .......25
32
Savannah B r e w in g C o ............ 100
90
98
P r e f ...................................... .......25
vM
Shultz B e ltin g ........................... .10 0
100
U . 8. C ast Ir o n P ip e & F o u n d ry . 100
Simmons H a r d w a r e ................. .100 156
45
165
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0
____ U. 8. C o tton D u ck C orporationlO O
P r e fe r r e d ................................ 100 140
17
30
2d p r e fe r r e d ........................... .10 0 . . . . . . 142
U. S. E n v e lo p e C o ............... ....1 0 0
78 (o
74
S in g er M a n u fa c tu rin g C o ___ 100 250 270
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ___ 100
S m y th M fg . Co. ( H a r t f o r d ). . . .100 200 225
116
U. S. E x p re s s ....................... ___ 100 114
34%
89
90
U. S. G la s s ............................ ....1 0 0
S p rin g V a lle y W a t e r ............... .100
34
31
146
S tan dard C o u p le r.................... 100
35
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0
P r e fe r r e d ................................ 100 12S 137
U. S. L e a t h e r ........................ ....1 0 0
12% 12%
Standard F lo u r M i l l i n g .......... .100
9% 10
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0
84
81%
TT. S. Printine- C o____
IOC
P r e fe r r e d ,....................... ....... .100
35
:-6
80
S tandard O il o f N e w J e rs e y ... .100 654 658
U. 8. R ed u ction & R e iin iD g ___ IOC
38 39
Standard Rorift
T w in n ._
.10 0
P r e fe r r e d . .............. .
7%
62% 63
100
7%
S tan dard U n d erg ro u n d C a b le . 100
U . 8. R u b b e r....................... ___ 100
14% 14%
S ta n ley R u le & L e v e l (N . B r it ).25 t 85
51% 54
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0
,42
Stanley W orks, (N e w B rita in ) .25 t 41
U n iv ersa l T o b a o c o .............. ....1 0 0
9%
9
s fo r a »ft P o w e r . . . . . . .
50 1 2
3
34
P r e f e r r e d ..........
___ 100
30
25
26
S treets W est. S ta b le C a r L in e . 100
V a .-C a rolin a C h em ical C o. ....1 0 0
68% 69
78
P r e fe r r e d ................................ .100
80
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0 129 132%
22%
W ash in gto n M a r k e t............ .......50 t 16
S w ift & C o ................................. .100 x 125 126
Tenth & T w e n ty -th ir d S t.F e r ry 100
75
1 ells, F a r g o E x p re s s ......... ....1 0 0 190 210
W
Th e Pu llm an C o m p an y............ .100 235 237 IWftlsbaeh C o m n a n v____ ... . . . t o o
40
W elsbach Inc. (la s I t, ; Canada, .5
T o rrin g to n Co —C om m on A . . . 2 5 1 26 8 27
P r e fe r r e d ............................... ..2 5,tx2 8%
6
10
. .... 100
W e s te o tt E x p r e s s ........
75
90
T r e n to n P o t te r ie s ............... .
100
15% 17
P r e fe r r e d ........................... ....1 0 0
P r e fe r r e d ............... ................ .100 100
105
W estern A u t. M ach. S c re w C o. 100 250 285
Trow D ir e c to r y ......................... .100
70
30
W estern Stone iC h ica g o j . ... 100
Union B a g & P a p e r ................. .100
15 15"% W estin gh ou se A ir Bratre Oo.......50 ' 184%
P r e fe r re d ................................. .100
48%
81% W estin g h A u to . A ir & St.Coup.100
47
81%
U n ion D a ir v Co. (St. L ou is!
10 0 130
W ig g in s F e r r y C o ...
___ 100
Union F e r r y (N. Y . and B k ly n ) 100
45 46 ;W in ch ester R A rm s C o ___ ....1 0 0 750
U n ion S teel & C h a i n ............. .100
20
33 W o rth in g to n P u m p , p r e f . ....1 0 0 127 129
P r e fe r r e d ................................ 100
40
50
t S ale p ric e .
x E x -d iv id e n d .
$ A n d in terest.

70
105
80
42
40

27%
463s
6
120
100
120
120
47
86
3 a5
205
48
31
85%
12'
9%
16
51

Q U O T A T IO N S O F B A N K

AND TRU ST COM PANY

STO CKS.

Prices are per share, not per cent, w ith the exception of New York City, Brooklyn and Canadian bank stocks,
Prices marked thus (*) indicate sales.
The dagger (f) prefixed to a price indicates th at the figures show the book value.
ggp N o t i c e C h a n g e .—W e now report surplus and undivided profits together (in the column designated Surplus and
Profits) except where otherwise indicated.
}V h ere n a m e s o f th e h a n k s a r e p r i n t e d i n ita lic s , f u l l e r r e tu r n s m a y he f o u n d i n th e a d v e r t is in g c o lu m n s i n the
f r o n t p a r t o f th e p a p e r . _______________________________ _____________________ _________________________________________

CALIFORNIA.—(C o n c l u d e d .'

ALABAMA.
Cross
Surplus
Capital. < Profits Deposits
£
B ir m in g h a m —

Alabama Nat. Bank.
A la . T ru s t & Sav. Co.
B irm in gh a m S av.B k
B ln n ln g h ’m T r. &Sav
F irs t National Batik
Jefferson Co. Sav.B k.
P e o p le ’ s S a v .B k .& T r
M o b il e —
C ity N a tio n a l B ank.
F irs t N a t. B a n k ----M erch an ts’ B a n k ....
People's Bank..........
Montg o m ery—
F a r le y N at. B a n k ...
F ir s t N a t. B an k . . .
Fou rth Nat. B a n k ...

M
er.dt Plant. Nat. Bk.

U n io n T r. & S a v .C o ..

P’r Bid.

Ask.

$
200,000
100,000
50,000
500,000
250,000
100,000
75,000

$
$
25,944 1,156,190
15,000
180,000
N e w Bank.
151,438 2,233,795
200,175 3,790,865
42,907
753,372
726,102
3,194

Per
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

share

108
100
100
150
220
100
110

115
105

200,000
300,000
150,000
150,000

31,775
589,800
4,095
367,993

747,582
1,926,754
256,775
1,658,026

100
100
100
100

140
350
115
350

150
375
125
375

100,000
225,000
100,000
250,000
rlOO.OOO

73,593
86,601
14,926
124,397
N ew

1,356,248
812,829
249,758
1,553,436
C om pan y.

ICO
100
100
100
100

175
115
114
165
.......

105
120

120
1 )5
........

ARKANSAS.
L it t l e R gck—
B an k o f C o m m erc e..
B an k o f L it t le R o ok .
I'HtlKATin’ Ranh.
__
E x c h a n g e N at. B k ..
G erm an N a t. B k .......
L it t le R o c k T r. C o ..
M e rc a n tile T ru s t Co.
U n ion T ru st Co —

100,000
135,000
100,000
200,000
300,000
50.000
*250,000
50.000

25,000

.... ...
49,006
55,449
175,348
2% 000
New

609,000 25
179,379 25
683,7o3 25
1,203,460 100
1,643,304 100
320.000 25
C om pany. slOO
200.000 100

Per share
29
13
*40%
128
135

Capital.
S* FRANCISCO(Con)
C ity & C ou n ty Bank
ColumDus S. < L.Soo.
&
Orock’r-W o o l’th N .B .
Don’h o e -K e lly B ’gCo
F irst N a tio n a l Bank
French S avin g s B k ..
G erm an s a v . & L o a n
H um boldt S av. & L ..
M utual S a v ’gs B ank.
N e v a d a N a t. o f S.Fr.
San F rau . N a t. B k ..
9 Fran. S av. U n ion .
S av. & L o a n S ociety.
S ecu rity S avin gs Bk.
W ell s, F a r g o & Co. Bk
W estern N a t. B a n k ..
C al.Safe D e p .A T.Co.
M erca n tile T ru s t Co.
U n ion T ru s t C o ........
S a n J o s e .—
B an k o f San J o s e ...
Com m ’l & S a v ’gs Bk.
F ir s t N a tio n a l B an k
8an Jose S. D ep. Bk.
S ecu rity S tate B an k
G ard. 0. Bk. & T . Co.

5,000
31,131
119,854.
16,582
63,622
17,321
. . . .

...

898,3 39
383,064
71,884
179,293
60,420
25,826
1Z4.294
60,794
70.482
32,778
26,329
36,556

262,922 100
1,120,617 100
2,084.947 100
305,852 to o
1,573,518 100
709,152 050
49,358 100
7,546.916 100
4,677,709 100
2,2 34,997 100
2,975,563 100
2,419,128 100
759,138 650
1,304,411 LOO
1,336,942 100
3,515 03: 650
2,543,097 6 50
424,699 100
1,396,142 100
1,249,665 LOO

100,000
300,000
300,000
480,000
150,000
300,000

8,203
200.325
60,486
174,612
158,421
1 5 0 ,(0 0

534,582
2,950.930
9772,701
8,051,874
1,070,819
3,797,216

350.000
189.000
500.000
225,500
400.000

250,125
16.222
309,502
101,033
53,313

1,972,935
506,089
2,998,114
900,460
2,915,527

154,715
4,636
165,7z9
330,000
5,000
28,535

A*)c.

Per share
250
100
to o
100
50
6833 2015

ro o
o

630
80
100
100 140
250 535
675
90
250 330 400
66% ........ ........
100
100 124
100 150
6800 1830

1,114.890 100 ........
464 901 50
722,582 100
2,468,743 30
5%935
622,629 100

.......

[R etu rn s o f C anadian banks a re g iv e n on p a g e 64.]

Per share
104
131
150
130
139
58
100
355
240
160
172
. . . . .

160

. . . .

C o l o r a d o S p r ’QSE1 Paso N a t’l Bank..
E x ch a n g e N at, B ank
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank
Colo. Sp’gs T r. C o ..
Denver—
C en tra l S a v in g s B k .
C olorado N a t.B a n k .
D e n v e r N a t. B a n k ...
D e n v e r S av. B a n k ..

First National Bank.

. . . . .

50
200
131
87%
140
110
115
99
160

Per share

LOO 90
95
30
40
42%
100 125
(30
50 72% 75
to o 125
130
. . . . .
100 . . . . .

Per share

973,123 100 112%
100 447%

0

X
C
D
c
t>
oc

5,896
500,000
2,000,000 1.923,' 49

300.000
300.000
300.000
300.000
tt50,000
200.000

$
B ank.
1,428,584
8,821,323
1,823,442
8,418,98 m
2,198,430
30,856,482
2,504,1 9
6,118.462
8,829,190
2,471,958
30,^35.080
6.413,000
3,793,897
10,436,147
5 4 9 ,4 1 '
3,892,257
3,364,828
9,632,866

COLORADO.

(N
*
vn

C itizen s’ N at. Bank..
Colum bia S a v ’ gs Bk.
D o lla r S .B k & T r . Co.
F a rm ers’ < M er. Bk.
fc
F lr s tN a tio n a l Bank.
G erm an -A m .S av.B ’k
Los A n g eles N a t. Bk.
L o s A n g e le s S av. Bk.
M ain St. S avings. Bk.
M erch an ts’ N at. Bk.
N a t. Bk. o f C a lifo rn ia
S eou rity S avin gs Bk.
Sonth’n Cal. S av. Bk.
S on th w ’rn N a t. Bk.
R tate B a r k & T r . C o . .
U n ion Bk. o f S a v’gs.
O akland —
C a lifo rn ia B a n k .......
C en tra l B an k ............
F irs t N a tio n a l B a n k .
O ak lan d B k o f S av’gs
U nion N at. B a n k ______
U nion S avin gs Bank
S acram ento—
C a lifo rn ia S tate Bk..
Far. & M eoh. S. Bk..
N .B . D .O M ills & Co.
P e o p le ’ s S av’gs B k ..
Baoram ento B a n k ...
S a n F r a n c is c o —
A m e P n Bk. <f e T r. Co.
Bank o f C a lifo r n ia . .

71.800
alOO.OOO
350,000
50 000
200,000
650,000
a 50,000
500,000
400,000
100,000
500,000
100,000
6100,000
200,000
200,000
6100,000
6100,000
300,000
500,000
30,000

$
$
& 250,000
N ew
1 0 0 ,0 (0
45,0< 0
1,000,000 1,179,493
650.000
37,473
1,500,000 1,318,851
300.000
280,407
61,000.000 1,116,070
300,000
93,085
232,356
6 300,000
3.000. 000
1,340,026
500,000
153,216
1.000. 000 749,247
183,426
6 750,000
300,000
163,098
b 500,000 9,910,883
5,303
200,000
1,000,000
210,' 30
1,000,000 “ 270.783
365,169
61,118,400

P’r Bid.

CANADA.

15

CALIFORNIA.
L o s A ngeles—
B an k o f C om m erce.
B ’w a y Bk. & T r. Co..
C a lifo rn ia B a n k .......

SurpUis
Cross
& Profits. Deposits.

N a t. Bk. o f C om m ’oe
W est. Bk. <feS. Dep. Co
In te rn a tio n a l T r . Co
L e a d v il l e —
A m erica n N a t. B ink
C arbon ate N at. B k ..
P ueblo —
F irs t N a t ’l B an k
M e rc a n tile N a t. Bk
P u eb lo N a t’l B a n k ..
Pueblo S avin gs B k .
W estern N a t. Bank..

_________
2,122,353 100
3,046,144
2,874,735 100
425,9 d l ....

200,000
100,000
100,000
250,000

34,586
105,129
3 3 2 ,lz 8
5,000

25,000
500,000
500.000
250.000
500.000
200.000
100,000
250,000

959.156 101
32,657
224.363 9,581,280 100
299,296 7,375,386 100
34 186 1,724 392 100
514,439 20,797,234 10(
59.235 2,074,460 100
687,772 100
20,775
179,155 3,023,865 100

100,000
100,000

27,505
53,000

300.000
100.000
100,000
50,000
100,000

107,239
26.675
2,327
14,136
8,933

. . . . . .

. . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

. . . . . .

495,447
1,750,000 100 . . . . .

. . . . .

N ami nal p rices.

6,347,054
536.062
177,295
687,586
735,583

100
100 110
100
60
100 110
100 110

120
60
L20
125

C O N N E C TIC U T.
B r id g e p o r t —
B rid g e p o rt N a t. B k..
C ity N a tio n a l Bank
O onn eotieut N a t. B k
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank
P e q u o n n o ck N a t.B k
B r id g e p o rt T ru s t Co.

215,850
250,000
332,100
210,000
200,000
e l 32,600

Per share
227,222
230,556
19 ,467
209,281
121,117
e l l , 597

888,604
992,601
1,183,911
1,006,892
612,542
740,058

50
93
100 153
100 156
100 187
(00 . . . . .
LOO

. . . . .

. . . . . .
. . . . . .

a C a p ita l paid in; au th orized am ount is la rg e r. 6This is ca p ita l p a id in;
au th orized am ount is la rg e r; w hen fu ll paid, p a r va lu e w ill also be
increased, e A m ou n t p a id in. a D eposits in clu d e le tte rs o f cred it, r 80
p er cent paid in. s 15 p e r oen t p a id in.
y 50 per c en t p a id in.

J uly , 1902. J

BAJSlK

W

here

N am es

are

P r in t e d

in

STOCK

QUOTATIONS

It a l i c s F u l l e r R e t u r n s

m a y be

Fo u n d

5 7
in t h e

CO NNECTICU T—(C o n c l u d e d .)
Capital.

S u rp lu s
<1 Frojits.

Cross
Deposits.

ILLINO IS.
_,

“ r B id .

A sk.

Per

share

$
525,000
600,000
500,000
440,000
150,000
500,000
650,000
1,200,000
500,000
1,000,000
200,000
400,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
300,000

F id e lit y C o .......
H a r tfo r d T ru s t C o ..
N ew H aven —
C ity B a n k o f N . H . . .
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.
M ech an ics’ B a n k ___
M erch an ts’ N a t. Bk.,
Nat. N e w H a v e n Bk.
N at. T r a d ’m e n ’ s Bk.
N. H . Co. N a t. Bank.
Second N a t. B a n k ..
Y a le N a tio n a l Bank.
U nion T ru s t C o........
W aterbury—
C itizen s’ N a t. B an k .
Fou rth N a t. B a n k ...
M a n u fac’s’ N a t. B k .
W a terb u ry N a t. B k .
C olon ia l T ru s t Co.

$
3,651,935 100
1,294,351 50
1,455,658 100
815,963 100
723,066 30
1 665,393 100
3 2 3 8 ,2 4 3 1 0 0
3,233,384100
1,301,781 50
1,107,727 100
674,054 100
1,739,584100
2,389,“ 1 61 00
2,104,008 100
187,616100
1,743,802 100

131,216
295,813
50,443
146,897
321,962
28 0,651
325,511
453,188
203,585
105,137

779,930 100
1,288,111100
467,955 60
1,343,092 50
965,681 100
1.302,815100
648,761 10
1.181,582 100
1,051,989100
833,690 100

145
150
75
63
200
150
15
200
127

300,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
400,000

H a r t fo r d N a t. B ank.
N a tio n a l E x . B a n k ..
Phoenix N a t. B a n k ..
S ecu rity Com pa
S ta te B a n k .......
U n ite d S tates B an k .

$
538,439
297,850
198,799
9 ',2 0 4
116,969
161,3*6
296,958
753,969
220,536
557,403
113,923
210,943
280 640
314,238
34,344
211,160

500,000
500,000
300,000
350,000
464,800
300,000
350,000
500,000
500,000
100,000

H artford—
iE tn a N a t. B a n k ---A m erica n N a t. B k ...
C h a rter O ak N a t. Bk.
C ity B k . o f H a rtfo rd .
Conn. R iv e r B g. C o .

141,000
58,500
43.000
318,931
121,982

613,112
450,ti00
635,000
1,410.012
1,310,100

ISO
125
125
75
125

100
100
100
50
100

190
70
95
85
45
122
127
132
63
124
130
125
375
190
105
165

Per

Per

100

__
......

....
share

Per

140
130
85

share

57,716
51,3“ 3
196,430
140,747

367,580 100 117
552,001' 50 106
1,083,686 100 117
436,737 200 400

200,010
203,175
500,000
500.000

245,828
374,385
276,433
237.613

82k> 87
1,280,082 30
8 2 0 , 87
1,517,470 25
1,707,945 100 152
I 60
16<>
2,053,611 100 150

120
115
121
450

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
200,000
300,000
250,000
252,000
200,000
200,000
200,000
300,000
500,000
225,000
200,000
100,000
200,000
1,250.000
100,000

Riggs Nat. B a n k

Second N a t. B a n k ...
T ra d ers’ N a t. B a n k
W ash in gton S a v .B k
W estE n d N at. B an k
A m erica n S. A T r.C o .
F e d era lB k g .& T r.C o .
N a t. S a fe D. S av. <
fe
T ru st C o .o f D. o f C. 1,000,000
U n ion T r. & S tor. Co. 1,200,000
Wash. L o a n & T r . Co. 1.000.000

118,689
210,176
180,688
315,851
40,177
340,618
130,869
563,717
421,021
99,535
84,022
4 600
77,335
563,430
New
171,533
18,112
379,605

i
i
1,884,863 100' 2 7 6 V .
1,295,913 100 180
200
1.666,215 100 188
1,171,944 100 x290
i*3*5*
837.390 100 125
425
1,765,377 100 386
1,005,279 1 0 0 x 1 5 0
8 CO*
2,949,179 100 725
735
6,903,500 100 725
1,233,318 100 168
155*
778,529 100 140
239,587 100 104
1*4*6"
1,147,993 100 133
225
4,316,714 100 216
com pan y. 100 ........

4,580,573 TOO 163
856,486 100 104
5,264.961 100 205

105

F L O R ID A .
JACKSONVILLE—
C om m ercial B a n k ...
F irs t N a t. B k .o f Fla.
M erc a n tile E x . Bk
N a t .B k .o f J ack ’ viUei
N at. Bk. S ta te o f Fla.
Htate Bank o f Fla.

50,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
100,000
* 0,000
•

19,822
506,037 100 115
240,632400 100
14,560
2 i .(><>• •!
528,000 100
294,235 2 501,211 LOO 300
782,357 100
21,460
18,374
502,585 100

120
325

100
100

G E O R G IA

At l a n t a

A m er. Tr.

& R kg.C o

Atlanta Nat. B a n k

C a p ita l C ity N a t.B k
Farmers'<feTrad?sBk
Fou rth N a t. B an k.
L o w r y N at’1 B a n k ..
M a d d o x R u c k e r B .C e
Neal Loan & Bkg. C o .
T h ird N a tio n a l B k ..
T i t l e G u a r . < 2T r. C o .
Tru st C o . o f G e o r g i a .
A ugusta —
A u g u s t a H avin gs B k.
C o m m ercial B a n k ...

Georgia K H Bank...

Irlsh -A rn e rlca n Kk.
N at. B k. of A u g u sta ,
N at. E x c h a n g e B k .
P l a n t e r s ’ L , St S. B k .
U n ion n a v iu g s B a n k
E q u ita b le T r u s t Co
Macon—

A m vrican Nat. B a n k

C ent. G eo rgia B a n k
C orn m o r e ’ ! A S a v . B k
c
E x c h a n g e B a n k ........
F i r s t N a t B a n k , ___
R om eH av. B a n k ...
M acon H a vln g sB a n k
U n io n H av. B k , v Tr.
G a .T lt .A G u a r.T r .t'o
S avannah—
C h a t h a m B a n k ..........
C i t i z e n s ’ B a n k .........
G erm an ia B a n k _
_
M erch an ts' N at . Bk
N a t . B k . o f H a v a n a nl
O glethorp e S a v .& T r,
H a v a n n ' h Bk.dfcTr.Cn
Bo, B k . S t a t e o f O r .
S a v a n n a h T r u s t Co..

[
:

d

10 0 ,0 0 0
15 0 ,0 0 0
250 ,0 0 0
25,001
400,000
35 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
300,000
20 0 ,0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
200,000
5 0 0 ,0 0 1
250 ,0 0 0

8,0 51
6 13 ,8 4 4
8 5 ,7 17
1,2 10
14 3 ,4 4 6
4 ,4 *7
34,40 "
15 5 ,4 0 1
78 ,4 11
2 1 7 ,3 6 4
1 2 9 ,1 0 0
5 4 ,0 i0
9 8 ,3 78

too
3 , 3 6 1 , 5 1 2 100
1 , 1 3 6 , : 90 100
7 0 , 9 1 7 10 0
2 , 3 3 6 , 0 1 7 LOO
7 0 , 8 0 1 100
3 2 , 8 4 4 10 0
1,72 0 ,6 6 4 10 0
1 4 4 4 , 0 5 0 10 0
1 .4 3 8 ,1 8 1 100
2 , 0 3 5 , 1 5 4 10 0
3 7 7 ,0 6 5 100
3 9 , 9 8 9 10<

80
450
125
100
125
100
100
160
200
200
150
07
95

30 ,0 0 0
150 .0 0 0
200.000
15,0 0 0
2 50 ,0 0 0
20 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 00
30 ,0 0 0
p 2 2 7,0 0 0

2 8 ,8 5 7
3 9 ,18 1
20 8 ,8 9 9
11.0 3 7
1 3 3 ,5 4 0
66,611
24,90 1
18 ,2 0 0
45,0 0 0

5 7 0 , 3 2 9 100
4 1 8 ,3 4 9 10 0
1 , 7 0 s , 8 0 7 10 0
1 5 5 . 1 2 8 100
3 0 1 , 2 1 7 100
4 5 7 , * 7 2 10 0
4 9 7 , 4 9 2 10
2 5 7 , 0 3 5 100
430 ,0 0 0 100

120
97

100

10 0
120
106
14
110
100

102

Per

115
85
120
91
I 12
10 3
84
{0
>

C h ic a g o —
B ankers’ N a t. Bank
C alu m et N a t. Bank.
C h icago C ity B a n k .

Chicago Nat. B a n k .

C h icago S a v ’gs B ank

Commercial Nat. B k
Continental Nat. Bk.

C o m E xch . N a t. B k ..
D ro vers’ N a t. B ank.
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.
F ir s tN a t.E n g le w o o d
F o re m a n B ro sB g .C o .
F t. D e a r b o m N at. B k .

H ib ern ia n B ’k ’g Ass.

H o m e S avin gs B k . ..
M ilw a u k ee A v .8 ta te .
N a t. Bk. o f N o - A m er.

S u rp lu s

85
500
13 0
110
13 0
103
105
170
LOO
10 0

1 1 1 , 003
7 6 1,2 18
1 1 9,826
5 ,0 75
2 2 ,3 7 3
2 0 4 , 1 84
1 . 5 0 0 , 3 Id
1 1 k,883
531,20 0
6 7 ,0 2 4
20 f
50 ,0 00
8 ,5 16
18 9,74 3
4 6 7 ,3 10
2 7 ,9 08
M ow c o m p a n y .

100
100
100
1 00
100
1 00
100
1 (1.1
1 00

15 0 ,0 0 0
50 0 ,00 0
20 0 ,0 0 0
50 0 ,00 0
2 50 ,0 0 0
1 25 ,0 0 0
350 .0 0 0
50 0 ,00 0
50 0 ,00 0

4 2 8 .1 7 6
22,0 2 9
2 0 0 ,0 53 2 0 6 9 ,9 7 0
1.8 15.
1 0 8 , 1 18
5 5 4 ,5 24
12 8 ,2 1 l
2 3 1 ,0 1 2
0 8 2 ,17 9
05,80 5 8 2 .6 0 “
1,38 8 ,10 5
9 9,0 37
2 ,4 0 3 ,9 0 3
4 4 8 ,0 8 )
N ew com pany,

7'1
75
ICO
145
10 0 1-12
143
145
i 00
10 0 1 1 4
1 15
1 00 1 5 0
1 53
1 00 1 1 4 1 ., 1 1 5 ‘fl
100 X l <iO 1 22
| 00 u O'- ! H i t
100 100

86
125
92
113
10 6
86
01

* B a l e p r i c e , § T r u s t d e p o s i t s , <t N o d e p o s i t s ; d o e s n o t d o a g e n era!
b a n k in g bu sin ess. x E x - d lv ld e n d
p A m o u n t p a i d in

Bid. A s * .

Pb

Per

2 , 000,000 1,932,710
1, 000,000 250.000
1 ,0 00,000 1,354,953
366,716
500.000
1, 000,000 278,261
64,390
118.461
257,446
80 033
10,459
16,094
117,163
49,351
229,530

1,287,798
1,803,610
1,984,484
1,529,565
806,005
1,35R 906
1,820^270
1,095,410
1,552,284

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

57,492
57,757

737,171
777,070
803,116
544,798
l,10y',268
1,371.832

100
100
100
100
100
100

350.000
500.000 Succeede
500.000
187,416
2.559
100 000
100.000
N ew

920,698
1,411,035
d b y C ity
2,115,464
65,955
com pan y.

100
100
Nat
100

200.000

152,573
278,300
159,522
92,967

672,297
2,042^403
1^084^393
1 A S ! 419

plOO.OOl
i>100,000

26,476

share

215

217

160
395
128
390
223
425
250
412
125

168
405
135
4C0
225
440

100
100
100
100

50.000

200,000

1 , 000,000

250.000
2 , 000,000
3.000. 000
3.000. 000
250.000
« 5 , 000,000

100.000
500.000
500.000
500.000

612,368

100.000

250.000
2.000. 000
(vaf. B 'k of Republic. a l , 000,000
N a t. L iv e Stock B k .. 1 000,000
O akland N a t. B a n k ..
50.000
P r a ir ie S tate B a n k ..
250.000
P u llm a n L. & Sav. B ’k
200.000 163,338
S ta te B k . o f C h icago. 1 , 0 00,000
Stock Y d s . Sav. B k ..
250.000
W estern S ta te B ank.
500.000

2 , 000,000

C e n tra l T r. Co. o f 111.
C o lo n ia l Tr. & Sav. Bk
D ro v e rs ’T r & 8 a v .B k
E q u ita b le T ru s t C o .
F e d e ra l T r. & Sav. Bk.
G ard en C. B k g. &T. <'o
H lin ois T r.& S a v .B ’k
M erch an ts’ L .& T r Co
M e tr o p o l’n T & S .Bk.
N o rth ern T ru s t C o ...
R o y a l T ru s t C o ........
U n io n T ru s t C o .......
P e o r ia —
C e n tra l N a t B a n k ..
C o m m ercial N at. B ’k
F ir s t N a t. B a n k ......
G erm an -A m er. N a t..
H o m e Sav. & S ta te ..
Illin o is N a t. B a n k ...
M erch an ts’ N at. B ’k.
P e o ria N at. B a n k ...
Sav. B a n k o f P eoria .
Rockford—
F o re s t C ity N a t. Bk.
M a n u frs’ N a t. B ank.
P e o p le ’s B ’ k & T r Co.
R o o k fo rd N a t. Bank.
T h ird N a t. B a n k ......
W in n eb a go N a t. B k .

4.000. 000
200.000
15,009
200,000
242,56“
500.000
2.000. 000 500.00
153,939
500.000
4,0( 0.000 5,319,270

200.000

200,000
150.000
300.000
120.000
150.000

200.000
200,000
150.000
100.000
125.000
125.000

100.000
100,000
100,000

34,962

101,842
113,327
167,406

IOC
10(
lo t
lo t
.0(
LOO
too
LOO
IOC
100
LOO
LOO
100
LOO
100
100
1( 0
100
100
100
100

130
225

415
150
133

116 125
149 150
229 233
275 300
150 165
135 1E0
200
i ’oo 250 260
100 ................
136
100 132
100 204 208
100 138hs 140is
100 152
u o 100 110
100 125 135
100 135 136
100 125 127
100 730 740
100 405 415
100 125 129
515
100 t o o
100 146 150
100
. . . . .

. . . . . .

mmc m.
. . . . .

......

••••J -

INDIANA.
Ev a n s v il l e —
C itizen s’ N a t. B an k
C ity N a tio n a l B a n k .
F ir s t N a t. B a n k ...... .
Old N a t. B a n k ........
Ohio V a lle y T r. Co
E v a n sv.T r.& S a v.C o .
Fo r t W a y n e —
F ir s t N at. B an k ......
H a m ilto n N at. Bank
O ld N a tio n a l B an k..
W h ite b a t. B a n k ...
C itizen s’ T ru s t Co ..
F o r t W a y n e T r. C o ..

I n d ia n a p o l is .

A m erica n N a t. Bank
C a p ita l N a t. B a n k ...
C olu m bia N a t. Bank.
F le tc h e r N at. Bank..
In d ia n a N a t. B a n k .

200,000

300.000

200.000
350.000

«350,0 00
300.000
300.000
500.000

1 , 000,000

1 , 000,000

C en tra l T ru s t C o ___
In d ia n a T ru s t C o ___
M a rio n T r u s t C o ...
S ecu rity T ru s t Co ...
U n io n T r u s t C o ___
T erre H a u t e .
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank
N a tio n a l S tate Bank

p l8 2 ,5 0 0
1, 000,000
p l5 0 ,0 0 0
»50 0 ,0 0 0
600.000

Vigo Co. Nat. B a n k

T e r r e H a u te T r ’stC o

Per share
46,736

36,534

Merchants’ Nat. B k ,

300.000

200.000
150,000
plOO.OOO

. . . .

150
100
. Ban
145
25
100

160
110
k.
150
50
110

Per share

2,00i
742,062 p50
100
100
100
100
100
100
1(10
100

Per

262,161

2,617,336
3,305,623
1,178,448
8,449,728
6,492,022
5,618.227
350,619
3,580,760
1,041,364
307,271
1,521,764

100 105
100 210

229,327
81,091
65,592
42,936

1,200,106
475,016
1,197,214
129,879

100 240
10( 1 1 0
100 126
100 115

share

100 12 0
100 1 5 0
10 0 ICO
100 u o
100 1 0 0
o m im il

a23,147

128,250
3,489

549,902
414.729
347,674
11,453
148,033
70,480

126
110

130
158
114
„- .

225

187
12 i
160

50 too

. . . . . .

200
125
165
105
220
125
” 130

IO W A .

share

2 50 ,0 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 00
500,000,
200,000
p fj 0 , 0 0 0
10 0 .0 0 0
20 0 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 00

Gross
Deposits.
$
14,128,59)
610,124
810,492
18,528,823
98 486
30,530,75’
39 437,564
48,572,021
4,865,126
77,530,283
991,837
3,255,551
5,968,19'
10,782,261
1,855,340
2 T 13 231
N e w hank.
13,736,274
6,856,048
721,398
3,776,435
2 037,790
9,581,736
272, 21
1,464,584
16,t 29,682
N e w co.
N e w bank.
291,310
1,609,358
New eoy.
3,276,6-7
68,082,905
34.008 465
N e w bank.
22,061,180
3,517.438
6,423,378

1,000,000

Amer. Tr. & Sav. B a n k
share

210,000
200,000
500,000
110,000

W a s h in g t o n —
C en tra l N a t. B a n k ..
C itizen s’ N a t. B a n k .
C o ln in b ia N a t.B a n k .
F ’rm ers’ & M ech .N at.
L in c o ln N a t. B a n k ..
N a t.B a n k o f W a s h ..
N a t. C a p ita l B a n k ..
N a t.M ’tr o p o lit’n B k ,

Capital.

,

DELAW ARE.
W il m in g t o n —
C en tral N a t. B a n k ..
F a rm ers’ B a n k .
F irst N a tio n a l B ank.
Nat. Bk, o f D e la w a re
N. B. o f W ilm in g to n
and B r a n d y w in e ..
Union N a t. B a n k ___
S qitab . Gu. & T r. Co.
Sec’r lt y T r.& S .D .C o .

A d v e r t is in g C o l u m n s .

B u r lin q to n F lr s t N a tio n a l B a n k
G e r .- A m . Hav. B a n k
I o w a S t a t e H av. B k .. i
M e r c h a n t s ’ N ut. B k
N atio n al S ta te B an k
C ed ar R apid s
A m . T r . tV S a v , B k . .
<’ml. R a p i d s N a t . B k
C e d R a p id s S a v , Bk.
C itize n s’ N a t’l B an k
M e rch a n ts’ N at. Bk
P e o p le ’s Hav. B a n k ..
H eeiirlty Hav. B a n k .
C e d , K s p , L. .v T , C<>
C o u n c i l B l u i -c i
t 'OJnineri-lii! N a t . B k
1‘o i l t i c 11 111, H a v Bit
F irst N atio n al Bank
S t a t e H a vin gs B ank
D a VENPOHr
C itiz e n s' N at. B a n k
J i a v e n p o r t H av, B ’ k
F a r m . < Mach. H a v .
0
F ir s t N at. B unk
G e r m a n H a v in g s Bk
tow n N a tio n a l B ank
S c o t t f 'o, H a v. R a n k

‘ Hale p ric e .

125
160
175
150
200
pr i c e s
1115
100
174 %
100 —
t 17944
*140
109
1431*
100
100
100
100 .......... 1 1 5 1
1 0 0 ........... 1 1 0 5

10 0 ,0 0 0
12 5 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
15 0 ,0 0 0

2 7 ,7 4 l
7 4 ,9 0 1
9 3 ,2 2 3
5 6 .0 0 1
10 3,4 1 1

8 0 ,0 0 0

2 0 ,8 9 7
7-1,40 9
8 2 ,6 3 0
15 ,7 4 3
4 3 ,3 9 5
1,70 9
4 0 ,3 4 1

7 9 3 ,3 0 2
1,0 3 4 ,19 7
1,7 3 1 ,1 2 1
1,0 1 6 ,1 8 9
1,3 4 5 ,0 5 3
N
7 8 3 ,4 8 9
1,9 7 3 ,3 0 9
1,7 0 0 ,0 2 I
6 9 8 ,8 3 1
1,5 3 9 ,12 9
3 1 (1,1 9 1
1,3 7 8 ,4 5 1

1,19 0
4 3 ,0 8 9
1 0 1,0 m
2 9 ,3 8 ( 4

3 5 5 ,0 16
1,7 1 0 ,1 3 1
2 ,0 4 3 ,7 2 ,
3 7 1,8 5 1

100
....
, «m
...

13 8 ,4 0 3
10 1,19 0
16 ,3 6 2
8 7 ,5 0 0
3 0 5 ,0 5 1
13 ,00 1
1 1 ( 4 .8 9 5
1 9 , 1 '. V i

1 ,2 5 1.4 2 1
3 ,0 6 0 ,2 2 4
9701927
1 ,10 1,0 0 3
0 , 7 7 8 , 1 24
1 , - 1 0 1 ,0 1 3
fl,-U .*,0 7'
1,1 8 5 , 3 3 8

100 1 5 0
109 2 1 0
lo ts 1 0 #
1 0 0 ! t, 0
1 0 0 2 1 ft
l 00 l 0
\ on 2 15
to o 130

100,000
10 0 ,0 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
50,00 0

100 ,0 0 0
50,000
10 0,0 0 0

150,000
10 0 ,0 0 0
50,000
3 0 0 ,0 0 0
.1 0 0 , 0 0 0
10 0,00(1
2 0 0 ,0 0 0

500,000
10 0 .0 0 0
v. 50,000

»*■ * ft m*
****** ******
******
.....
55 5
220
) 10
155
225
15 5
220
135

100,00 0
« C e p i t e i ' a n d s u r p l u s to l> i n c r e a s e d <
♦ B ook v a l u e

p A m o u n t , p a i d In.

58

THE QUOTATION SUPPLEMENT
W here N ames

are

P rinted

in

Italics F uller Returns

may be

F ound

IOWA—(C o n c l u d e d .)

D e s M o in e s —
C a p ita l C ity S tate Bk
C en tra l S tate Bank.
C itizen s’ N a t. B an k .
Des M oines N at. B k .
D es M oines Sav. B k .
H o m e S avings Bank.
Io w a N a tio n a l Bank.
Io w a S tate B an k ..
M a rq u a rd t Sav. B k ..
P e o p le ’ s Sav. B a n k .
S ec’r ity T r .& Sav.Bk.
V a lle y N a t io n ! Bank
V a lle y S avings Bank
Io w a L o a n < T r. Co.
fe
S eou rity L . & T r. Co.
D ubuque—
C itizen s’ S ta te Bank.
D ubuque N a t. Bank.
D ubuque Sav. B an k
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank.
G er. T r. & Sav. B an k
Io w a T r. & Sav. B k . .
Second N a t ’ l B a n k ..
S io u x C i t y —
F ir s t N a tio n a l B a n k
Io w a S tate N a t. Bk.
L iv e S tock N at. Bk..
M erch an ts’ N a t. B k .
N o rth w est. N a t. B k .
P e o p le s ’ Sav. B a n k .
S ecu rity N a t’l Bank.
W o o d b u ry Co. 8. Bk.
F arm . L. & T r. C o ...

Surplus
Oapital. & Profits
$
$
100,000
50,000
200,000
300,000
400,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
500,000
50,000

100
IOC
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
101'
100
100
ICO
100
100

120
150
110
150
200
120

110
125
160
115
160

125
100
110 120
200
210
* 250
165
175
135
140
135
230
240

100,000
100,000
75,000
200,000
150.000
100.000
300,000
300,000

11,673
£3,262
7,388
50,314
34,569
6,492
95,167
81,109

414,650
507,136
660,049
1,230,825
772,740
677,083
1,786,099
1,059,718

100 90
100
100
90
100
100
110
* 110
100
100 100
* 90
IOC
- 130
k
100
• 130
k
100

200,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
300,000

43,928
27,347
84,660
28,629
£0,948

1,761,977
2,241,991
669,792
699,812
742,178
191,291
2,580,335
427,926
1,823,001

100
100
lo o
100
100
100
100
100
100

75,829
5,195
514, (0 0

No minal price.
110
100
125
110
110
100
125
110

115
110
130
115
115
130
120

KEN TU C K Y .
C o v in g t o n .
C itizen s’ N a t. B an k..
F a r. & T ra d ers’ N a t.
F ir s t N at. B a n k ........
G erm a n N at. B a n k ..
C o v in g to n T ru s t Co.

200,000
300,000
300,000
350,000
100,000

74,271
218,728
137,508
128,552
5,065

603,559
944,878
1,036,484
734,029
156,715

106 136
100 220
IOC 158
100 134
100 100

145
230
165
140
105

L e x in g t o n —
C e n tra l B a n k ............
F a y e tte N a t. B a n k ..
F ir s t N a t. B a n k .......
L e x ’ton G ity N . B ank
N a t. E x c h a n g e B an k
Phoenix N a t. B a n k ..
Second N a t. B a n k ...
T h ird N a t. B a n k ......

100,000
300,000
400,000
200,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
100.000

20,662
285i317
139,0( 9
60,447
25,880
35,967
13,432
13,040

164,593
1,011,586
455,236
663,188
305,965
619,333
542,288
91,167

100
100
100
10 c
loo
100
100
100

80
225
138
175
126
138
125
80

800,000
140,429
800,000
179,656
297,955
500,000
500,000
300,898
250,000
281,820
249^500 324,657
179,000
51,399
100,000
250,000
34,442
1,645,000 1,185,674
47,074
250,000
200,000
20,355
500,000
251,189
8,055
150,000

4,421,374
3,282,349
3,229,107
2,647,341
3,418,963
4,432,607
793,562
240,000
1,684,485
2,577,658
2,016,884
1,025,977
4,627,616
570,214

100
100
100
100
100
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

N ew po rt—
G erm an N a t. B an k..
N e w p o r t N a t. Bank.

75
220
*1361
2
170
125
134
120
75

Per share
139
172
162
165
275
120
140
110
118
191
130
100
170
100

1,000,000

106

207,237 §1,698,032 100 149

1,000,000
806^100
200.000

142
174

725,000
100 265
123,000 1,100,000 100 140
N e w Com pany. 100 100

100,000
100,000

13,939
18.774

400,504 100 105
601,703 100 105

110
120

LOUISIANA.
N ew O rleans—
A lg ie r s Sav. B a n k ...
C an al B a n k ...............
C itizen s’ B an k o f La.
C om m ercial N a t. Bk.
C om m er’l.T r .& S.Bk.
G erm a n ia N a t. Bank
G erm a n ia Sav. B k . .
{ Hibernia Nat. Bank
In t.-S ta te Tr. & B .C o.
L o u isian a N a t. Bank
M etrop o lita n B an k.
M o rg a n S tate B ank.
N e w O rlean s Nat.Bk.
P e o p le ’s B a n k ..........
P r o v id e n t B a n k ___
State N a tio n a l Bank
T eu to n ia B a n k ..........
U .S . S. Dp. & Sav. Bk.
W h itn e y T fa t. Bank.
{South.Tr. & Bkg.Co.

50,000
61,851
3,625
1,000,000
236,732 4,252:992
380,200
188,841 1,193,204
300.000
58,131 1,541,592
250,000
N e w Bank.
300,000
131,554 1,125,269
100,000
458,666 4,212,054
300,000
695,371 5,533,272
1,500,000
500,000 N ew Bank.
500,000
448,118 4,747,122
250,000
28,149 1,530,879
100,000
214,015
200,000
942,465 4,995,843
250,000
10,390 1,179,999
100,000
14,538
520,490
300,000
172,705 2,570,392
100,000
9,806
374,770
100,000
586,870
400,000 1,405,484 5.573,863
1,000,00b 1,000,000 N e w Co.

Per share
100 x l5 3
100 153*3
100 180
100 117
100 148
152*3
100 560
700
100 536*2

10 c 202*3
100
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

145
71
560
113
125
99
140
590
216

75
625
114
102
218

MAINE.
P ortland —
C anal N a t. B a n k ......
Oaeco N at. B an k ......
Chapm an N a t. B ank.
C um berland N at. B k .
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.
M erch an ts’ N at. B k ..
N at. T ra d ers’ B a n k ..
P o rtla n d N at. B ank.
M e rc a n tile T ru s t Co.

A dvertising C olumns.

Oapital.
Ba l t im o r e —
C a lv e rt B a n k ............
Canton N at. B a n k ...
OittBens’ N a t. B an k.
Com. A Farm .N .B an k
C om m on w e ’lth B an k
O rov.& M eo’s N .B an k
Farm . A M e r.N .B a n k
F irst N a tio n a l B ank.
B erm an -A m er. B ank
G erm an Bk. o f B a lt.
M anufaot’rs ’ N .B ank
M a ry la n d Nat. B k ...

Merchants’ Nat. Bk.

N at. B an k o f B a lt’ore
N at. B an k o f Com ’rce
Nat. E x c h a n g e B ank
N at. H o w a rd B a n k ..
N a t. M a rin e B a n k ...
N at. M eohanlos’B ank
N a t. U nion Bk. o f M d
B id -Tow n N at. B ank
Second N a t. B a n k ...
T h ird N a tio n a l Bank
V e s te m Nat. B a n k ..
B altL T r. <s Guar.Co.
C en tra l T ru s t C o .....
C ity T ru st < Bkg. Co.
fe
C olonial T ru s t Co___
C on tin en tal T r. C o ..
In te m a tio n a l T r. Co.
M aryland T r. C o ___
M a ro a n tileT r. < i>ep.
te
South. T r. <fe Dep. Co.
Union T ru s t Co*........
F r e d e r ic k —
C entral N at. B a n k ...
QltUens’ N a t. B a n k ..
Far. & Meoh. N a t.B k .
F irst Nat. B a n k ........
F ra n k lin Sav. B ank.
Fred erick Co. Nat.B k
F red erick -T ow n Sav.
In s titu tio n .............

Surplus
& Profits.

$
100,006
io o ;o o o
1,000,000
512.560
100,000
300,000
650,000
1,000,000
300,000
400,000
500,000
200,000
1,500,000
1,210,700
300,000
1,000,000
230,000
400,000
1,000,000
900,000
200,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
1,000,000
500,000
100,000
p300,000
2,000,000
2,000,000
2,125,000
2,000,000
100,000
1,000,000

$
20,000
156.81C
33;847
452^761
1,772,586 3,511,207
143,666 1,394,816
29,617 1,353,838
395,311 4,153,677
467,707 3,003,455
359,123 3,892,928
102,106
419,451
166,533
711,411
90,411
984,945
5,341
421,542
844,339 9,909,108
353,540 1,585,23V
227,?04 2,403,848
616,512 3,882,8 19
42,726
650,489
131,181 l,8 4 9 ,8 8 t
1,029,647 7,245,202
284,578 2,872,374
32,814
699,603
919,874
619.858
113,710 2,248,947
4 20,250 2,170,232
2,326,826 2,849,3c4
246,900
53.113
23,300
833,422
d
n.150,000
3,210,268 3,039,285
1,455,228 1,195,206
2,941,583 4,227,116
3,662,890 7,176,419
20,COO ..N e w Co..
324,333
810,147

Gross
Deposits. P’l Bid. Ask.
Per share
$
50
100
10
100
50
100
40
10 c
100
100
100
20
100
100
15
100
10
30
1C
100
10
10 c
100
20
100
50
10
50
IOC
100
100
50
50
50

60
88
33
128
57*8
250
70
155
108
108
100
19*2
195
130

91
34
140
60
325
110
105
20

30
i'93*s 205
11*2 12
37*2 40
32
118*2 119*2
10
12
189
125
38
39
310
320
60
65
15
29
30
215
225
127*2
205
210
165
167
65

66

Per share
120,000
100,000
125,000
100,000
ellO.OOO
150,000

52,147
236,108
80,983
27,344
15,818
78,247

34
164,511 25
1,867,753 IOC 300
631,673 26
40
247,181 100 115
190;659 100 118
256,354 15 23%

el7 1 ,1 7 7

72,537

816,836 IOC 185

MASSACHUSETTS.

LOUISVILLE—
A m e ric a n N a t. Bank
B an k o f C o m m erce..
C itizen s’ N a t. B an k..
F ir s t N a t. B a n k ........
G erm an B a n k ..........
G er. In su ran ce Bank.
B erm a n S ecu rity Bk.
K e n t’y T it le Sav. Bk.
L o u is v. N a t. B k g. Co.
N at. Bk. o f K en tu ck y
Southern N a t. B ank.
T h ird N a t. B a n k ___
Union Nat’l Bank...
W estern B a n k ..........
C olu m bia F in a n ce &
T ru st C o .................
F id e lity T ru st & Safety V a u lt C o ............
L o u is v ille T ru s t C o ..
N a tio n a l T ru s t Co.

in th e

MARYLAND.

Gross
Deposits. P’l Bid. Ask..
Per share
$

10,238 1,115,544
621,464
23,917
117,543 2,312,201
82,997 3,154,108
83,108 4,477,148
24,075
681,313
4,998 1,884,463
349,122
1,035
542,160
6,400
44.446 1,161,673
N e w Bank.
128,681 1,665,218
780,228
24,702
422,342 &2,900,572
119,743 1,237,874

[V ol . L X X V

Per share

197,904
786,098 100 104
105
306,802 1,912,583 1001 103
105
42,070
100,000
935.213 100 105
107
150.000
36,690
464,028 100 100
101
219,849 1,506,841 IOO 103
600.000
105
300.000
362,141 1,211,358 75 103
105
62,032
200.000
359,279 100 100
101
165,635 3,076,378 100 144
300.000
145
50,809
100.000
881.213 100 110
112
Portland Trust Co...
200,000 293,812 2,377,559 100. 200 210
U n ion S. D. & T r . On
84,892
250.000
332,001 100 144
145
Sale price,
t B ook v a lu e . {H ib e r n ia t,o,u.
ou u iu em ± r . ,
Bkg. Co. to con solid a te u nd er n am e o f H ib e r n ia Bk. & T r Co
$D<
p o sits Inolude tru st aooounts. x E x-div.
k T o ta l o f d eb en tu res
600,000
800,000

Bo sto n—
A m erica n N at. Bank
A tla n tic N a t. B a n k ..
A tla s N at. B a n k .......
B o y ls to n N a t. B ank.
B u n k er H ill N a t. Bk.
C en tra l N a t. B a n k ...
C o lo n ia l N at. Bank..
C om m ercial N at. B k .
E lio t N a tio n a l B ank.
F a n eu il H a ll N at. Bk
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.
F ir s t W a rd N a t. B k . .
F o u rth N a t. B a n k ...
F reem a n s’ N a t. B k ..
Mass. Nat. Bank.......
M ech an ics’ N a t. Bk..
M erch an ts’ N a t. B k ..
M e tro p ’lita n N a t. Bk.
M onu m ent N a t. B k . .
Mt. V ern o n N a t. Bk.
N a t. Bk. o f C om m ’oe
N a t. Bk. o fR e d e m p ..
N a t. Bk. o f R e p u b lic .
N a t. E x c h a n g e B k . ..
N a t. H a m ilto n B k ...
N a t. H id e & L e a th e r
N .M a r k e tB k .o f B rig.
N a t i o n a l R ocklan d
B an k o f R o x b u rv ..
N a t. S ecu rity Bank.
N a t. S h aw m iit Bank.

Nat. Suffolk Bank...

N a t. U n io n B a n k ___
N a t. W eb ster B ank..
N e w E n g. N a t. Bank
O ld B oston N a t. Bk.
P e o p le ’ s N a t. Bank
o f R o x b u r y ............
Second N a t. B a n k ...
South E n d N a t. B k . .
State N a tion a l Bank.
T h ird N at. B a n k ......
W ash in gto n N a t. Bk.
W ln th ro p N a t. B ank

200,000
750,000
1,500,000
700,000
500,000
500,000
I,0 0 0 ,0 0 (
250,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
200,000
«75 0 ,0 0 0
500,000
800,000
250,000
3,000,000
500,000
150,000
200,000
1,500,000
2,000,000
1,500,000
1,000,000
500,000
1,000,000
250,000

345,710 100
4,688
341,130 2.176,000 100
558,881 2,947,000 100
249,497 1,534,000 100
438,456 1,956,778 100
224,781 3,496,000 100
559,909 4,365,000 100
122,363 1,743,000 100
820,2 v6 9,027,000 100
511,987 2,636,000 100
1,082,48f 3,933,000 100
150,402 1,013.869 100
r323,121 4,442,000 100
167,330 2,140,000 100
182,772 6,000,000 100
130,032 1,712,000 100
2,432,094 12,042,000 100
174,670 1,582,000 100
433,167 100
156,348
48,821 1,056,000 100
836,349 10.308,000 100
761,644 22,628,000 100
1,220,766 14,733,000 100
612,812 6,500,000 100
55,171 2,080,000 100
. . . I n llqu id a tio n ___ jlOO
112,329
610,246(100

Per share

100
137
114
105
186
125
150
130
168
137
177*8
127
130
110
124
116
196
106*s
190*4
100
154
160
162
152
100

138,518 1,008,866 100
1,310,883 12,438,000 100
13,090
342,791 100
1,095,577 7,841,0001100
. . . I n llqu td a tlo n ___ IlOO
. . . I n liqu id a t io n ___IlOO
367,565 3,177,000 100

140

200
195
156
165

i'o o

300,000 238,087 1,842,138 100 153
250,000 657,959 1,708,000 100 225
3,500,000 2,664,484 45,898.000 100 235
1,500,000 392,542 6,351,000 100 133
1,000,000 791,150 5,529,000 100 187
1,000,000 398,124 2,223.000 100 119
1,000,000 731,146 3,369,000 100 ItO
900,000 227,789 2,003,000 100 110
300,000
1,600,000
200,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
750.000
300.000

140
116
1C6
200

240

*111*4

120
185
75
153

.....
152

Amer. Loan < Tr. O
£
o. 1,000,000 1,228,035 9,245,9081100 175
B a y S ta te T ru s t C o ..
Beacon T ru st C o ___
B oston S. D .& Tr.C o.
C ity T ru st C o ............
C olu m bia T ru s t C o ..
F e d era l T ru s t C o —
In te rn a tio n a l T r. Co.
M assachusetts Tr.C o.
M a ttap an D .& Tr.C o.
M e rc a n tile T r. Co ...
N e w E n g. T ru st Co..
O ld C o lo n y T ru s t Co.
P u rita n T ru s t C o ---S tate St. T ru s t C o ...
U n io n T ru s t C o __ ..
Beverly—
B e v e r ly N a t. B a n k ..

500,000
300,000
1,000,000
1 ,000,000
100,000
500,000
1,000,000
1.000,000
100,000
500,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
200,000
600,000
100,000
200,000

354,425
159,756
1,766,577
1,043,061
22,120
100,335
2,797,398
308,964
59,188
368,300
1,883,918
3,301,158
110,191
327,048
116,256
337,304

4,4 71.613100
1,809,452 100
11,641,5061100
5,211,266 100
320,999 100
2,270,249 IlOO
11,008,946 100
2,684,294 100
896,697 100
3,369,533 100
18,251,947 100
28,151,874 100
2,633.649 100
4,611,680 100
1,640,828, 100
3,254,334 100

200,000

115,817

430,861 100

125
108
240
200

103
200
110
115
140
275
450
100

125

110

140

142

Bro ckto n—
* 125
100,000
B rockton N a t. B an k.
47,996
970,205 100
* 175
200 ,00 c 211,473 1,485,771 100
H o m e N a t. B a n k ---P ly m o u th Co. Safe
100,000
D ep. & T ru st C o ...
24.608
591.350 100
* S a le p r io e . 1 B o o k v a in *
a C a p ita l to be increased. d N o deposits;
does n ot do a gen era l ban kin g business, e Th is Is the so-oalled “ W e e k ly
D ep osits,” now fo rm in g o ap ital on w h ich divid en d s a re paid,
n Sur­
plus paid i n ; author, am ount is la rg er, p C a p ita l p a id In; au th orized
am ou nt is la rg e r,
r Surplus to be in creased, x E x -d ivid en d , g__ J O

J uly , 1902. J

B AN K

W here N ames

are

Printed

in

STOCK

QUOTATIONS

Italics F uller Returns

may be

Found

MASSACH USETTS.—(C o n c l u d e d .)
C a p ita l.

S u r p lu s

< P r o fits .
£

100,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
100,000

$
34,885
87,759
182,455
67,445
65,806

100,000
100,000

36,172
75,567

$

C a m b r id g e —
F ir s t N a t. Bank..

E a s t C a m b r id g e C a m b rid g e N a t. B ’k.
L e c k m e re N at. Bank
C h e lsea—
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.
W ln n isim m etN a t.B k
Danvers—
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.

300,000

100,000

112,902
37,130

150,000

54,246

400,000
400,000
300,000
500,000

129,340
320,910

C ross
D ep o sits.
$
169,649
668,310
565,591
411,656
978,421

P ’r Bid.

A sk.

P er

sh a re

100 * lo jj n e '02
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100 * 161 J a n ’ 02
100 * 130% Fb ’02
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437,773 100
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200,001

904,160
942,169
925,155
631,666
415,716
629,759
284,431

100 1 1 2 ia
LOO 150
100 165

too 122*3

150,000
400,000

174,779

1,693,437 . .. .

250,000
250j000

Pooasset N a t. B a n k .
Second N a t. B a n k ..
B. M. C. D u rfe e Sab
D e p o s it A T r u s t...

182,073
85,838
165,681
112,458

202,383
140,840
63,384
113,465

1,145,172
438,247
399,213
900,310

240,000
150,000

31,265
144,825
219,899
41,941
160,474
69,00a

176,775
420,962
1,263,509
351,230
634,326
430,370

100
100
100
100
100
100

200,000

28,741

500,000

116,025
144,708
148,940
95,824
53,758

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100
100
100
100

200,000
200,000

100 1 1 2
100 155
100 152ia
132

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W ach u sett N at. B k ..
H a v e r h il l —
E ss ex N a t. B a n k ___
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank,
H a v e r h ill N a t. B an k
M erch an ts’ N a t. B k .
M errim a c k N a t.B a
Second N a t. B an k
H a v e r h ill S afe D e ­
posit & T ru s t C o . . .
H olyo ke—
C ity N a tio n a l Bs
H a d le y F a lls N at.B k .
H o ly o k e N a t. B a n k ..
H o m e N a t. B a n k ___
L aw rence—

250,000

100,000
200,000
200,000
100,000

200,000
200,000
250,000

100,000
100,000
375,000
300,000

M erch an ts’ N a t. B k .
P a c ific N a t. B a n k
L ow ell—
A p p le to n N a t. Bank.
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.
M erch. N a t. B an k .
O ld L o w e ll N a t. B k .
P re s c o tt N a t. B an k..
R a ilro a d N a t. B an k .
T ra d e rs ’ N a t. B a n k ..
U n io n N at. B a n k ___
W a m esit N a t. B an k .
L o w e ll T ru s t C o .......
M id d lesex S afe D<
posit & T ru s t Co.,
Lynn—
C e n tra l N a t. B a n k ..
F ir s t N a tio n a l B an k .
N a tio n a l C ity B a n k .
N at. S ecu rity B an k..
L y n n 8. Dp. & Tr.C o.
S e c u rity S .D .& T r.C o

N ew B edfo rd—

F ir s t N a tio n a l B an k
M ech an ics’ N a t. Bk.
M erch an ts’ N a t. Bk,
NJBedf. 8.D .& Tr.Co.
P eabody—
W arren N a t. B a n k ..
S alem —
A s ia tic N a t. B a n k ...
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.

100,000
150,000

S pr in q field A g a w a m N at. B an k.

Chapin Nat. Bank..

U h icop eo N a t. B a n k
C ity N a tio n a l B an k .
F irst N a tio n a l B a n k
John H a n c o c k N at.
S econ d N at. B a n k _
S p rin g fie ld N at. B’ k
T h ird N a t, B a n k _
_
H am pden T ru st Co.
S p r i n g f i e l d 8 . 1) A, T r .
T aunton
B risto l C o. N a t. Ranh
M a c h i n i s t s ’ N a t. B k
T au n to n N at. B ank
T a u n t o n S .D .& T V .C f

C itiz e n s ’ N at. B a n k
C ity N atio n al B a n k
F irst N at. B an k ...
M e c h a n i c s ’ Nat.. B k
W o r e. 8. It. A T r
* S a le p rice.

544,262
685,787
478,802
702,204
512,335

863,007
152,675
300,000
250,000 I n v o l’t ’y liq u id a t’n.
400,000 In v o l’ t ’y liq u id .t ’n.
501,82a
61,583
200,000
569,022
104,013
300,000
liq u id a t e .
400,000 In v o l’t ’ y
200,000 210,618 2,548,810
184,944 2,203,669
350,000
385,843
79,472
250,000
764,700
34,548
125,000

100,000

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100
100
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100
100
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100
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110

112

108
135
170
103
103

100
100

291,316 100

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100 125

1 , 000,000
200,000

270,459
220,380
706,291
34,256

1,046,101
1,314,626
1,947,952
650,236

100 1 2 0 ia
100 148
100 199
100 92

250,000

121,391

1 ,000,000
600,000

200,000
300,000

200,000
200,000
200,000

94,670
89,755
76,175
137,731
332,728
68,761

500.000

358,883

5 0 0 ,00 0
200,000
600,000
2 0 0 000

17 2 ,0 5 0
18 2,776
2 0 8 ,8 18
5,5 5 0

50 3,438
373,6 29
5 1 9 , 6 (8
64 4 ,15 2

122,006
88,188
210,100
270,704
433,7o7

100.000

100,012

30 0 ,0 0 0
150 ,0 0 0

200, ooo
300,000
200,000
2 50,000
250 ,0 0 0
200.000

t B o o k valu e.

188,082

12 2 ,17 6
8 2 ,8 0 7
10 2 , 5 8 0
21 1 .0 2 0

57,i,91
190 ,8 0 2
2 5 6 ,8 8 9
164,8 8 1

100
100
100
100
100
100

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125
225

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160

200

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532,551 100 114
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535,332 100
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554,018 100 100
653,649 50
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655,073 100 1276.
538,657 100
95
391,700
1,6*25,978
1,555,380
948,251
609,550
412,079
928.036
1,887,988
1,840,428
1,018.374
2,749,818

6,932
107,868
171,819

300,000
500,000
400,000
250,000
400,000
250,000
300,000
200,000
500,000

1,178 ,8 8 2
1 . 6 6 1 , ! >26
1,4 0 9 ,18 1
2,0 0 7,5 2 6
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Bank o f S a g in a w ___
C om m ercial N a t. B k .
P e o p le s ’ S avin g s Bk.
S ag in a w Co. Sav.B k.
S avin gs Bk. o f E a s t
S a g in a w .................
Seoond N a t. B an k ..

D u luth —
A m e ric a n E x ch . Bk.
C om m ero’l B ’k ’ g Co.
F ir s t N a tio n a l B an k.
St. L o u is Co. B a n k ..

150,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

98,977
37,843
4,829
65,719
94,347

1,682,242
754,030
478,517
867,883
915,952

400,000
148,874 2,997,684
100,000
34,528
595,093
200,000
42,651 1,524,825
150,000 In hands o fr e c e iv e r
1,000,000
413,832 6,732,472
1,000,000
249,558 6,877,484
400,000
433,660 7,208,194
200,000
95,414 3,135.121
500,000
163,107 5,365,689
100,000
41,820 1,260,544
200,000
79,120 2,821,787
150,000
35,166
719,011
34,514
100,000
646,587
In liq u i datlon.
p l2 5 ,0 0 0
150,000
70,616 1,861,418
300,000
80,950 3,645,980
205,943 9,393,006
500,000
700,000 M e rg e d w ith Com m e
a500,000 r202,048 12,684,179
656,192
40,699
200,000
400,000
488,555 10,222,592
582,039 2,502,259
500,000
260,081 1,844,038
500,000
100,000
300,000
500,000
150,000
50,000
500,000
800,000

100 150
100 162
100
80
100
100 160
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Per share

100
110

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100

145

150
140

210

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too 150
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

160
165
90
150
170

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130
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130
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100 220
250

100
100 220
100 x 213
100 143

100
100
100
50
50
100
100
100

90*®

Per share

1 0 0 ,0 0 0

21,205
122,926
126,450
47,938
137,788
140,418
345,428
39,546

624,558
2,630,227
1,584,263
1,827,697
2,224,814
1,746,882
3,838,347
1,898,533

150.000
200.000

84,444
123,623

1,879,3X5 50
75
155,954 100 165

200,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

163,440
90,597
36,023
58,815

2,314,488
685,819
618,573
577,011

100 170
100 150
100
100

200

100,000
200,000

109,884
401,793

2,493,959 100 200
3,631,012 100 295

205
300

4,204,901 100 135
200,000
R riv a te
5,168,210 100 195
P clvate
319,008

140
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200
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160
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500,000
25,000
500,000
50,000

147,884
6,700
492,552
15,000

*

First National Bank 1,000,000

308,733 10,625,494 100 180
185
694,534 LOO 110
27,675
115
G erm an -A m er. B k ..
60,000
G erm a n ia B a n k .......
191,159 100 100 10550,000
7,151
H e n n e p in Co. S a v­
40,127 2,929,199 100 150
in gs B ank.
100,000
M e tro p o lita n B an k.
200,000 M erged w Ith N o r th w e s t e r a N a t’ L
N a tio n a l B an k o f
145
C o m m erc e.............
212,377 5,059,767 100 140
1,000,000
N o rth w e s te rn
Na­
423,769 8,235,436 100 190 200*
tio n a l B a n k ........... a l , 000,000
4,600
251,000 100
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60.000
P e o p le ’s B k .o f M in n.
785,063 100 120
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30,954
St. A n th o n y F a lls Bk.
125,000
Security Bank.......... 1,000,000 191,296 8,956,409 100 147 150
240,394 100
11,774
South Side S ta te B ’k.
50,000
Sw edish - A m erica n
125
73,751 2,037,381 100 120
N a tio n a l B a n k ___
250,000
M in n e ap o lis T r. C o ..
M in n . L o a n & T r. C o.

100

100

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D e t r o it A m . E xoh . N a t. B k ..
C en tral Sav. B a n k ..
C itizen s’ Sav. B a n k .
C ity Sav. B a n k ........
C om m ercial N a t. Bk.
D e tro it N a t. B a n k ...
D etro it S av. B a n k ...
D im e S av. B a n k .......
F irs t N a tio n a l B an k .
G erm an-Am . B a n k ..
H om e S av. B a n k ___
M cL e lla n & A . S a v ..
M a rin e Sav. B a n k ...
M echanics’ B a n k ___
M ich iga n Sav. B a n k .
P en in su lar Sav. B k . .
P eo p le’ s Sav. B a n k ..
P resto n N a t. B a n k ..
State Sav. Bank .......
U n ion N a t. B a n k ___
W a y n e Co. Sav. B k . .
D e tr o it T ru s t C o.......
U n ion T ru s t C o .........

Surplus
Cross
Capital. < Profits■ Deposits. P’r Bid. A s k
&
$
$
$
Per share

M i n n e a p o l is —

130
168

732,356
1,222,242
576,264
553,808
699,708
662,030
870,153
785,306

100,000
200,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
200,000

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MINNESOTA.

155,818
229,461
163,436
56,013
177,421
148,753
104,713
94,611

200,000
500,000

500,000
Salem N a t. B a n k ....

26,325
136,652
71,228
80,574
21,099

59
145
179
132
151
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100 1 1 0
100 125

a y C it y —
Bay C ity B a n k ..........
B ay C ou n ty Sav. Bk.
C om m ercial B a n k ...
F irs t N a tie n a l B an k .
O ld Second N a t. B k .

G r a n d R a p id s —
F ifth N a t. B a n k .......
Fou rth N a t. B a n k ...
Gr. R apids N a t. B k . .
Gr. R a p id s S a v .B k ..
K e n t Co. Sav. B a n k .
N a tio n a l C ity B a n k ..
O ld N a tio n a l B a n k ..
P e o p le ’ s S a v in g s Bk.
S tate B an k o f M ic h ­
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M ich iga n T ru s t C o ...

430,512 100 124
998,880
281,830
1,079,774
7t0,29k
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214,221 100 * 150M

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200
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500,000

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90,753

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1,000,000
1,000,000

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815,281
204,088

722,527 100 110
7,621,288 100 250
5,693,501 100 1 3 5

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600,000

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6,428,804 too 1 2 0
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C a p i t a l B a n k ...............
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.

Merchants’ N. Bunk.

N a tio n a l G e r m a n A m erican B a n k ...
B t. P a u l N a t . B a n k . .
S ca n d in av ian A m e r­
i c a n B a n k ........ ..........
Second N at. B a n k ...
U n i o n B a n k .................

10 0 ,0 0 0

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MIS80URJ
K a n s a s C it y —
A m e rica n N at. B an k
<t t y N a t i o n a l B a n k
F irst N a tio n a l Rank,
G e r m a n Am ur. Bk,
1 l i t e r Ml.ate N a t i o n a l
Bank, K a n s a s ......
K a n C it y S ta te Hank
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2 50 ,0 0 0

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50,000

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S T. Jo s e p h —
F irs t N a t. B an k ol
B uchanan C o ........
G erm an -A m er. Bk.
M erch an ts’ B a n k ___

'V Bk. of St. Joseph
at.

P a rk B a n k ............... .
T o o tle -L e m o n N . Bk.
M issou ri Val. T r. Co
S t . L o u is —
A m er. E xeh . B a n k ..
B oatm en ’s B a n k ___
Brem en B a n k ...........
C on tin en tal N a t. Bk.
F ou rth N a t. B a n k ...
F ran k lin B a n k ........
G erm an -A m er. B k
G erm an S avin gs In t.
In t e m ’l Bk.,St Louie
Jefferson B a n k ........
L a fa y e tte B a n k ___

Mechanics’Nat.Bank

M erch. L a o le d e N at..
N a t.B a n k o f C om ’roe
N o rth w e s t’n Sav. B ’k
South’n Com. & Sav.
South Side B a n k ___
S tate N a tio n a l Bank

Third National Bk ..

V a n d e v e n te r B a n k ..
A m er. Cent. T ru s t Co.
C olon ial T ru st C o ....
C om m on w ’lth Tr. Co
G erm a n ia T ru s t Co.
L in c o ln T ru s t C o ___
M erca n tile T r. C o ...

Mississi-p. Val. Tr. Co.

M issouri T ru s t C o....
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250.000

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Surplus
Profits

<6

40.000

71,79 i
35,866
20,917
197,573
12,615

200,000

20,000

50.000

14,790

100.000
200,000

100,000

Cross
Deposits. P’r Bid. Ask.
Per share
$
IOC
LOO
100
90
IOC 300
IOC

105
85
100
....or
105

2,165,931
1,357,676
1,657,863
4,119,581
237,060
3 226 094
530,784 100

Per share
500.000

527,330

5,934,923

50 162is 165%
240
335
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338
100 190
100 775
460
100 430
100 178
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220
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100 2 09 i« 210
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449
455
100
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225
LOO 224
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100 380

2,000,000 1,046,739 11,442,534 100 236
100.000 247,063 1,646,621 100
1 , 000,000 M erged w ith N a t. Bk . o f Com m
1 , 000,000 1,103,782 8,595,144 100
232,014 4,655,970
919,796 4,466,872
519,025 6,325,827
86,014 1,429,568
200.000
102,962
84 2,727
200,000
100,000 678,192 3,171,889
81,000,000 ’8619,101 9,354,092
684,975 12,1 !0 ,6 7 f
1,400,000
7.000. 000,' 00,000 34,694,599
7
200,000 135,179 1.938,412
454,441
28,437
100,000
65,412
673,199
200,000
2 . 000 . 000 676,69" 7,922,30r
2 , 000,000 1,188,648 18,689,012
19,408
10,000
100,000
997,837
1 , 000.000 507,000
yl,500,000 2/1521881 1,016,943
e 1 , 000,000 c l 102416 2,026,184
840,047
785,598
7)836,730
2. 000,000 1,636,395 4,283,2*5
6,370,274
6,730,087
3.000. 000
3.000. 0004,335,084 24,542,236
286,465 *839,674
f ) l , 927,500
66,646 1,732,833
200,000
4,007,602 21,830,103
5.000. 000
600,000
150.000
250.000

MONTANA.
Bu tte —
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank
S ilv e r B o w N a t. Bk.
S tate S avin gs B ank.
A e tn a Bk’g & T r. Co.

200,000
100,000
100,000

4 0 1 ,9 )0
13,712
325,000
891

H elena—
A m e ric a n N a t. B k ..
N at. Bk. o f M on tan a
Thos. Cruse Sav. Bk.
U nion Bk. & T r. Co..

200,000
250.000

31,686
74,451
155,202
75,000

1,003,159
1,433,058
921,483
1,150,000

100.000

100,000

Omaha Nat. Bank...

U nion N a tio n a l Bank
U. 8. N a tio n a l B ank.
Om aha L ’n & T r . Co.
South O m ah a—
P a ck e rs’ N a t. B a n k .
South O m a k a N a t.B k
U nion Stock Y a rd s
N a tio n a l B a n k ......

100,000
100,000
50,000
200,000

28,992
28,714

IOO

100
100
100

74,021

749,600
1,001,278 100
15,462 100
2,577,185 100

100,000
f 5,000
200,000
400.000
85,340 1,702,023
500.000
188,532 7,688,509
115,319 3,407,769
500.000
400,000
34,695 1,420,899
1,000,000
128,840 7,525,434
25,000
825.000
250,000
104,008 3,611,343
400,000
500.000 In hands o f r e c e iv e r

..... .....

1,017,667 100
2,752,61!- to o

300,000

147,912

3,150,095 100

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Manch ester—
A m o s k e a g N a t. B a ___
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank.
M an ch ester N at. Bk.!
M erch an ts’ N . B ank.
S econd N a t. B a n k ...

200,000
150,000
150,000
150,000
100,000

226,521
102,739
96,934
70,205
42,788

1,094,711
452,125
1,182,004
438,790
272.R08

* 200
* 150
160
* 125
* 120

100
100
100
100
10 c

NEW JERSEY.
C am den—
Cam den N a t. B a n k ..
F irst N a tio n a l Bank.
N a tio n a l S tate Bank
Cam den S.D. & T . Co.
C en tral T ru st C o ___
N. J .T r . & S . D ep.Co.
S eou rity T ru s t C o ...
E l iz a b e t h —
C itizen s’ B a n k ..........
E llza b eth p ’t B k g. Co.
N a tio n a l S tate Bank
U nion Co T ru s t C o ..
H oboken—
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank.
Second N a t. B a n k ...
H udson T ru st C o ___
T ru st Co. o f N . J ____
J e r s e y C it y —
F irs t N a tio n a l B a n k .
Hudson Co. N a t. Bk.

100,000
200,000
260,000
100,000
100,000
200.000
50,000

47,045
l.’-8,096
269,65481,537
110,266
23,724
50,000

852,189
939,9RS
3,078,879
5,226,442
938,068
988,834
869.86C

LOO
100
50
25
25
100
100

Per share

Per share
* 102*3

100,000
50,000
350,000
200,000

28,104
26,137
575,907
92,416

373,811 IOC
399,314 50
1,508,274 50
1,050,071 100

110,000
125,000
500,000
200,000

463.111
125,767
760,000
215,352

2,511,400 2f 140
990,000 100 180
7,715,000 IOC 550
1,264,887 100 200

170
200
600
205

6,656,100
1,860,800
1,507,900
1.302.40C
24,095
5,832,70)
540,183
186,849
5,906.372
327,909
2,167,727

310
365
200

400,000
984,939
615,404
250,000
250,000
304,880
T h ird N at. Bank.
200,000
249,656
100,000
49,26)
Commercial Tr. N. J. a500,000 a713,349
G reen v. Bk. & T. Co. j
100,000
26,777
L in coln T ru st Co ..
99,214
100,000
N. J. T. G u .& T r . Co
667,382
200,000
No. A m e ric a n T r. Co.
275,342
200,000
P eo p les’ S. D.&T.O'o.
400,000
80,227

Paterson N a t. B an k.
Second N a t. B ank
Paterson S avin gs In ­
s titu tio n ................
C itizen s’ T ru s t C o. .
H a m ilto n T ru s t C o ..
Paterson S .D .& T.C o.
lilk C ity S. D .& T.Co.
T rento n—
Broad St. N a t. B an k
First N a tio n a l Bank,
Meohanlos’ N a t. Bk.
Trenton B a n k in g Co.
Trenton T r.& S D.Co.

$
$
100,000
206,111
200,000
63,947
600,000 1,518,492
1,000,000
250,000
200,000
1,000,000
500,000
200,000
1,500,000
100,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
200,000

Deposits. P’ 1

Bid.

Be r share
$
1,852,879 100
350
747,462 100
105
650
4.505,039 LOO 600

Per share

1,202,504 4,351,372 50 225
149,634 1,439,410 IOC 205
220,763 2,072,83) LOO 310
1,000,000 2,708,004 50 195
374,235 2,174,941 50 118
218,517 1,522,681 100 300
1,500,000 N e w bank.
425
5,826
275,976 100 105
545,977 2,508,298 100 215
3,712,694 8,617,573 100 750
100,000 N e w co.
160
--

250,000
100,000

287,065
96,279

1,373,641 to o
522,091 to o

100,000

50,152

256,720 to o

400,000
300,000
150,000

476,177
222,863
180,000

220
170

205
450
225

225
175
150

2,711,913 100 470
2,201,875 100 275
1,235,000 50 175
8,873,282
674,233
1,145,096
2,850,432
879,670

250,000
500,000
500,000
500,000
a l5 0 ,0 0 0

1,274,8°4 100 125
1,115,302 100 163
2,480,462 50
95
1,952.687 50
90
2,856,407 100

100
10<
100
100
100

230

Per share

500,000
469,521
150,0*'0
156,048
150,000
212,850
a 100,000 a l3 2 ,6 3 7
100,000
38,887
121,636
270,827
419,183
402 ,8 0 )
a58,416

Ask

550
300
425
725
250

480

800

Per share

200

NEW YORK.

N a t. E x c h a n g e B an k
N . Y . S ta te N at. B k ..
A lb a n y T ru s t C o ___
U n io n T ru s t C o ........
A uburn—
C a yu ga Co. N a t. B k .
N a t. B a n k o f A uburn
B in g h a m t o n —
C ity N a tio n a l B a n k .
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.
P e o p le ’ s B a n k ..........
B in gh a m to n T r . Co.

250.000

200.000
250.000
300.000
300.000
250.000
r 200,000
250.000

Per share
110,397 1,294,385 100 215
100,971
573,176 100 115
999,139 1,271,806 100 550
840,642 10,591,864 100 490
114,168 2,250,987 100 170
363,930 9,025,103 100 325
179,680 5,284.698 100 260
275.000 N e w Co.
250

230
120

Per share

200.000
200,000

104,599
92,033

1,051,825 25
271s 28%
767,601 100 105 110

200,000

58,114
234,037
15,718
227,500

448,839
2,025,366
417,719
2,649,710

400.000

100.000
300.000

100
100
100
100

100
155
100
165

110
165

are per ce nt.notper share,
Deposits of B rooklyn ba nks are re ported net, not gross.

........ .........

46,734
221,290

PATER8ON—

First National Bank.

Surplus
< Profits.
&

B r o o k l y n —Prices

100
100
100
100
100
LOO
100

100.000
200,000

M o r r is t o w n —
F irs t N a t. B a n k .......
Nat. Ir o n B a n k .........
M orristow n T r. C o ..
N ew ark—
Essex Co. N a t. Bank
M anufact’rs N . Bank
Merchants’ N . Bank.
N a t.N e w a r k Bkg.C o.
N ational S tate Bank
'-forth W ard N. Bank
U n ion N a t. B a n k ___
C ity T ru s t C o ..........
F e d e ra l T ru s t C o ___
-’id eU tv T ru s t Co ...
W est Side T ru s t C o ..
N e w B r u n s w ic k —
Nat. Bank o f N . J. ..
P eo p le’ s N at. Bank..
N e w B ru n sw ick T r.
C o m p a n y ...............

Nat. Commercial Bk.

NEBRASKA.
L in c o l n —
C ity N a tio n a l B a n k ..
C olu m bia N a t. Bank.
F a rm e rs ’ & M er.B k.
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.
O m aha—
C ity S avin g s B a n k ...
C om m ercial N a t. Bk.
F irs t N a tio n a l Bank.
M erch an ts’ N . Bank.
N eb rask a N a t. Bank.

A dvertising C olumns.

Capital.

A lbany—
A lb a n y C ou n ty B a n k
F ir s t N a tio n a l Bank.
M eoh’nics & F ’rm ers’

2,356,831
201,126
4,000,000 100
423,166

100,000

in th e

NEW JERSEY.—(C o n c l u d e d .)

M I3 S O U R I— (C o n c l u d e d )

Capital.

F ound

[V ol. L X X Y

60

11213

Per share

10 c 300
100 360
100
100 210
IOC
100 300
100 150
100 200
too 450

B e d fo rd B a n k ..........
B o ro u g h B a n k ........
B ro a d w a y B a n k .......
B ro o k ly n B a n k ........
E ig h th W a rd B a n k ..
F irth A y e . B a n k .......
F ir s t N a tio n a l B ank.
M a n n fa o t’ s’ N at. Bk.
M echan ics’ B a n k —
M erch an ts’ B an k —
N assau N a t. B a n k ...
N a tio n a l C ity B ank.
N o rth Side B a n k —
P e o p le ’ s B a n k ..........
S even teen th W d . B k .
S pragu e N a t. B a n k ..
T w e n ty -s ix th W d. B k .
U n io n B a n k ,..............
W a lla b o u tB a n k .......

150.000

100.000
100,000
300.000

100.000
100,000

300.000
252.000
500.000

100.000
300.000
300.000

100.000
100,000

100,000

2 00,000

100,000

2 00,000

100.000

133,700
25,344
199,300
170,251
17.700
80,907
536,191
480,108
352,926
33.700
627,507
585,013
153.800
136,689
75.900
259,023
55.900
134,952
63,409

For detailed staleme nts of Broo klynTrust
1 9 0 2 .—pages 3 4 b to 2 Si-

B ro o k ly n T ru s t C o ..
Flathush T ru s t C o ..
F ra u k lin T ru s t C o ...
H a m ilto n T ru s t C o ..
K in g s Co. T ru s t C o ..
L o n g I .L o an & T r .C o .
M a n u f’ rs’ T ru s t C o ..
N assau T ru s t C o —
P e o p le ’ s T ru s t C o . ..
W illia m s b u rg T r.C o.
Buffalo—
B an k o f B u ffa lo ........
C itizen s’ B a n k ..........
C olu m bia N at. B a n k .
G e rm a n -A m e ric a n ..
G erm an B a n k ..........
M a n ’f ’rs ’ & T rad .N a t.

Marine Nat. Bank...

P e o p le ’ s B a n k ..........
T h ird N a tio n a l Bank.
U n ion B a n k ...............
B u ffalo L.T.& S.D .C o.
F id e lity T ru s t C o ....
E l m ir a —
Chem ung C anal B k .
M erch an ts’ N a t. B k .
Second N at. B an k ..

1 , 000,000

200,000

1, 000,000
500.000
500.000

1, 000,000
500.000
500.000

1, 000,000
700.000
500.000

100.000

200,000
200,000
100,000

1 ,000,000
r200,000
300.000
500.000
200.000
200,000
500.000
300.000
100.000
300,000!

1.500.800
208,181
1.739.800
1.444.900
411.500
693.300
4.263.000
3,322,700
4.214.600
850.300
4.100.000
3.353.000
875 ,i 00
1.283.800
520,700
908.500
522.300
1,277,100
817,800
Cos. see CH

100 225
100
100 250
50 130
75
100
100 105
100 360
30 320
50 218
100 100
100 350
50 290
100 180 185
50 206
100 130
100 200
135
140 160
105
ICLE F eb. 1
RON

.

1,847,221 13,873,409 100 450
127,029 l,0 6 6 ,s3 6 100 175
1,334,324 7,604,678 100 325
840,015 5,768,785 100 325
1,166,210 8.794.901 100 430
1,337,355 5,112,803 100 300
892,463 6,604,908 100 340
442,141 5,429,174 100 215
l,5 t9 ,7 4 6 10,935,249 100 350
470,130 3,685,o97 100 215

Per share

581,877 4,722,594 100 220
148,293 1,505,921 100 200
258,528 1,436,768 100
152.800 3,003.487 100 130
487,906 5,750,310 1 C
0X
1,258,622 9,267,898 LOO
L,248 ,"60 12,804,415 100 ilO O
117,264 2,276,65 4 100 105
80
127,702 1,883,833 100
M erged w ith G erm a n B auk.
82,000 2,888,449 iOU
600.000 7,492,355 100 400
600,000
13,222
175,885

225

5250
275
115
100
130

4,690,245 100 ----- 1 300
252,603 100 105
1,335,360 100 160

o r k C i t y — Prices are, per cent, not per sh are
8.
Deposits of N ew York Oi ty banks a re reported net, not gr 0 8

N ew Y

210

100 150

S ale p rice
x E x. d ivid en d , a C a p ita l and surplus to be increased.
6 Cap. and eurp. are b ein g increased.
cC ap . and surp. are in process
o f en largem en t; see Y o L 73, p. 987. A D eposits Include deben’ s. I N e w
;
stock, p A m o u n t paid in. s P r o position to in crease cap. and sur. isu n d er
consideration, y Cap and sur. to b e increased, see Y o l. 74, p. 608, 659.

A m erica, B an k o f ___
Am er. E xoh . N at. Bk.
A sto r N a tio n a l B k ..
B o w ery B a n k ............
B roa d w a y, N a tio n a l.
B ro n x B orou gh B k ..
Butch.& D ro v . N a t..

Central Nat’l Bank..

C entu ry B an k ...........

1,500,000 3,375,327 21,978,800 100 535
5,000,000 3,300.000 24.130.000 100 273
350.000 469,321 3.941.000 100 700
250.000 772,274 3.362.000 100 335
1 ,000,000 1,902,103 6,126,500 25 340
512,068
47,647
50,000
77,75 L 2.699.600 , 25 155
300.000
590,110 13.873.000 l o o 190
1 000,000
152.500 100 150
57,636
100.000

,

545

278
360
200
170

* Sale price.
1 B ook va lu e,
a C a p ita l and surplus to be increased.
p A m o u n t p a id in. r C a p ita l to be in creased.

J uly , 1902.]

BANK STOCK QUOTATIONS
W

here

N ames

are

P rinted

in

It a lic s F u ller R eturns

m ay be

F ound

N E W Y O R K .—(C o n t in u e d .)
C a p ita l.

S u r p lu s
< P r o fits .
£

D e p o s its.

in t h e

A dvertising C olum ns .

N E W Y O R K .—(C oncluded .)
P 'r

B id .

C a p ita l.

Ask .

$
*
$
P e r cent.
1,000,000 3,029,169 48,668,100 100 700
450,000 L,002,138 6,187,600 25 335 350
300,000 7,087,148 23,096,000 100 4300 4400
C h e m ic a l V a t. B a n k
O
Citizens’ Bank, Nat. 1,550.000 603,443 6.779,000 LO 205 210
O
City Bank, National 25,000,000 15000000 122754100 LO *337^ 342^3
1C0,000 168,659 2,330,000 100 385
Colonial Bank.........
30O.000 246,443 2,878,000 100 350
Colombia Bank.......
Commerce ,N at.Bk.ol 10,000,000 7,484,398 63.039,000 100 x347^ 355
*1,400,000 1,833,289 28,329,000 100 435 445
Com Exchange B k ..
250,000 152,104 1,371,500 25 155
East R iver Nat. B k ..
c94,418
Empire State Bank . c 1 0 0 . 0 0 0
191.971 100 195 210
300.000
N ew bank.
Equitable Nat. Bank
200.000 106,185
584,100 100 210
Fidelity Bank.......
100,000 L,483,292 9,951,800 100 4000
Filth Ave. Bank......
200,000 387,602 2,473 300 100 375 425
Filth Nat. Bank......
First Nat. B a n k ...... 10,000,000 11960059 75,500,900 100 825
100,000
93,585 2,302,300 100 200 300
Fourteenth St. Bank.
Fourth Nat. Bank... 3,000,000 2,666,494 23,689,900 100 240 250
G a lla tin N a t ’l B a n k . 1,000,000 2,044,120 7,055,500 50 425
440
200,000
42,909 1,697,800 50 140
Gansevoort Bank_
_
Garfield Nat. Bank.. 1,000,000 1,234,354 8,008,400 100 500
750,000 435,230 3,322,800 75 155 165
German-Amer. B k ...
_TT
200,000 621,423 3,260,700 IO 350
C
German Exch. B k ...
200,000 850,100 4,680,0)0 LO 600
O
Germania Bank___
200,000 184,500 1,144,700 2c 300
Greenwich Bank___
200,000 110,383 1,969,000 LO 170
O
Hamilton Bank.......
H a n o v e r N a t 'l B a n k . 3,000,000 5,912,108 54,726,000 100 650
675
Im p’rters’ & Traders’
National Ban k___ 1,500,000 6,273,272 21,743,000 100 640
Irvin g N at’l B an k... 1,000,000 970,000 4,694,000 5C 220 230
200,000
77,117 1,182.100 100 175
Jefferson B an k.......
600,000 528,171 5,113,500 100 265 285
Leather Mfrs.Nat.Bk
500,000) 829,289 6,600.100 100 650
Liberty Nat. B an k..
300,000 1,171,181 15,442,900 100 1000
Lincoln Nat. Bank..
Manhattan Co.,Bk. of 2,050,000 2,335,990 27,434.000 50 330
900,000 1,046,458 6,493,200 100 255 270
Market A Ful. N at.Bk
Mechanics’ Nat. Bk.. 2,000,000 2,496,310 13,158,000 25 290 295
400,000 151,507 3,824,000 25 165
Meoh. & Traders’ B k.
Mercantile Nat. B k .. 1,000,000 1,416,267 14,987,200 100 325
600,000 273,075 5,131,000 50 160
Merchants' Ex.N.Bk.
Merchants’ Nat. Bk. 2,000,000 1,216,671 15,195,800 50 180 190
Metropolis, B’k olthe a300,000 1,233,327 10,207,900 100 1050
Mount Morris Bank.
250,000
91,498 2,743.50C 100 230
Mutual Bank..........
200,000 180,740 1,563.600 100 300
Nassau Bank..........
500,000 295,940 3,306,0j O 50 190
N. Amsterdam Nat...
500,000 563,189 8,520,100 100 650 725
N.Y. CountyNat. Bk.
200,000 604,119 4,941,600 100 1500
N. Y. Nat. Exch. Bk.
500,000 341,913 5,538,700 100 250
N. Y., N. B. A., Bk ol 2,000,000 2,240.848 17,812,00* 100 340 350
Nineteenth Ward Bk.
200,000 170,579 1,913,400 100 150
N o . A m e r .,N a t B k .o f
2,000,000 2,027.729 16.492,800 100 250 270
Northern Nat. Bank.
300.000 200,000 New bank.
Oriental Bank.........
300.000 420,258 1,856,000 25 215
Pacific Bank............
422,700 549,045 3.846,200 50 205
P a r k B a n k , N a t i o n a l 2,000,000 4,192,693 64,498,000 100 640
650
People’ s Bank.........
200,000 361,269 2,703,800 25 250
Phenlx Nat. Bank... 1,000,000 285,620 5,080.000 20 120
Plaza Bank.............
100,000 240,619 3,143.400 100 600
ProduceEx.Bk.,N.Y. 1,000,000 443,014 3,854.600 100 160
Riverside Bank......
100,000 101,100 1,007,800 100 300
S e a b o a r d N a t. B a n k
500,000 1,108,073 14,210,000 100 550
Second Nat. Bank...
300,000 1,135,825 10,306,000 100 650
8eventh Nat. Bank.. 1,700,000
99,772 5,846,700 100 130 140
Shoe A Leather, Nat. 1,000,000 252,880 4,420,900 100 150
8tateBank...............
100,000 364,438 5,470,000 100 600
Twelfth Ward Bank.
73,331 1,836,000 100 110
200,000
Twenty-third W ’d Bk
82,200 1,303,400 100 110
100,000
Union Square Bank.
200,000 334,223 2,737,10*- 100 340
United Nat. Bank .. 1,000,000 189,300 1,001,300 100 130 140
U. 8., Nat. Bank of..
500,000 422,400 2,480,100 too 350
Vanck Bank..........
100,000
62,598
761,200 100 20 0
Washington Bank...
43,300
720,500 100 200
100,000
Waeh’ton H ta,Bk.of
313,200 100 200
100,000 100,700
Wells, Fargo A Co..
53,406 6.010,708 100
100,000
West Side Bank......
200,000 472,000 3 316,000 100 500
W estern N u t. B a n k . .
2.100,000:2,874,741 52.330,100 100 610
Yorkville Bank.......
100,000 252,042 1,501,000 100 240
N. Y . C'TY—(Con.)
Chase Nat. Bank...
Ohatham Nat. Bank

(5 1

R o ch ester —
A llia n c e B a n k .........

Central Bank..........
Commercial B ank...
Flour City Nat. Bank
German-Amer. Bank
Merchants’ Bank___
Traders’ Nat. B k ....
Fidelity Trust Co...
Genesee Val’y Tr. Co.
Rooh.Tr. & S. Dep.Co.
Security Trust Co....
Union Trust Co.......
S yracuse —
Amei.Exch.Nat. Bk.
Commercial B ank...
First National Bank.
Merchants’ Nat. Bk..
Nat. Bk. of Syracuse.
N. Y. State Bkg. Co..
Salt Springs Nat. Bk.
State Bk. of Syracuse
Third Nat. Bank......
Tr.ADep.Co.of Onon.
T roy —
Central Nat. Bank...
Manufaot’rs Nat. Bk.
Mutual Nat. Bank...
Nat. State Bk.of Troy
People’s Bank.........
Onion Nat. Bank___
Tnited Nat. Bank...
Security Trust Co...
Troy Trust Co.........
U tic a —
First National Bank.
Mather A Co.’ s Bank
Oneida N at.B ank...
Second Nat. Bank...
Utica City Nat. Bank
Utdoa Tr. & Dep. Co.

S u r p lu s

< P r o fits .
£

275.000
200.000
200,000
300.000
200.000
100,000
250.000
200.000
300.000
200.000
200,000
200,000

161,590
14 >,310
135,022
175,923
280,917
76,901
709,097
124,624
82,983
704,337
303,691
108,726

200,000
250.000
250.000
180.000
200.000
100,000
200,000
100,000
300.000
100.000

49,276
91,850
300,854
232,063:
61,840’
55,127,
81,360
173,211
132,252
318,892

200,000
150.000
250.000
250.000
50,000
300.000
240.000
200.000
a 150,000
800,000
200,000
500.000
300.000
500.000
200.000

132.512
241,017
223,620
276,738
51,7 67
69,345
383.513
200,000
50,924

C ro s s
D ep osits.

|
|

$
4,017,144100
2,197,158100
1,658,583100
2,375,472100
3,617,146 100
1,515,327 IOC
4,268,589 50
4,562,519 L C
O
2,060,106 100
10,593,705 50
4,260,547 too
2,656,140 IOC
683, 73)
1,014, 164
3,376, 683
1,030, 447
1,210, 09?
53*>, 607
713, 036
2,3*9, 187
702, 325
4,633, 004
765,256
2,844,732
1,439,311
1,821,310
611,733
804,383
1,011,781
New Co.
126,705

IOC
LO
O
IOC
100
IO
C
IOC
IOC
100
LO
O

B id .

A sk

Per

sh a re

225
170
150
135
260
165
170
185
190
300
375
159

250
200
155
150
.......
175

112

115
125
215
250
180
175
125

120
200

240
175
150

100

180
170
100 300
Per

50 145
IOC 305
IOC
LO 195
C
140
50 100
IOC 307
100 240
100 160

701,104 2,738,063 60j
30,055
403,548 10Ct
524,942 1,149,729 lOoI
172,249
749,061 tool
198,344 1,340,157 5
250,155 3,100,764 L <
0

200
400
175

200
200

325
sh a re

150
170

200

145
105
250
170

Per

sh a re

97

*100

120
200

130
57

*130
*208
*135
60
240

N O R T H C A R O L IN A .
R aleig h —
Citizens’ Nat. Bank.
Comm’l A Farm’s Bk
Meoh. Dime Sav. Bk.
Nat. Bk. of Raleigh.
Raleigh Savings Bk.
C in c in n at i —
Atlas Nat. Bank......
Brighton G er. Bk.Co.
Citizens’ Nat. Bank.
City H all Bank.......
Equitable Nat. Bank
F ift h N a t. B a n k ......
First Nat. B an k......
Fourth Nat. Bank...
German Nat. Bank..
Market Nat. B ank...
Merchants’ Nat. Bk.
Nat. Lafayette Bank
Ohio Valley Nat. Bk
§ Provident Sav.Bk.
Second Nat. Bank...
Third Nat. Bank......
Union Sav.B. ATr.Co.
Western German Bk.
Cent. Tr. & 8.Dep.Co.
Cincinnati Trust Co.
§Provident Tr. C o...
C leveland —
Amerlo’n Ex. Nat.Bk
Bankers’ Nat. Bank.
Bk.of Com’eroe.N.A.
B’way Sav. A L ’n Co.
CaxtonSav.&Bkg.Co
Central Nat’l Bank..
Citizens’ S.AL.Ass’n
ulark Ave.Sav. Bk.Co
Cleveland Nat. Bank
Cleve.8av.ABkg.Oo.
Cleve. Sav. & L . Co.
Coal A Iron Nat. Bk..
Columbia Sav.AL,Co
Colonial Nat. Bank.
Commercial N. Bank
DlmeSav.A Bkg. Co.
East Cleve. S.AL.Co.
East End Bk. ATr.Co

73,477
100,000
50,202
15,000
4,722
225,000 103,646
15,000
19,442
O H IO .
1 0 0 ,0 0 0

400.000
p99,650
1,000,000
100.000
250.000
300.000
1,200,000
500.000
500.000
250.000
600.000
600,000
700.000
250.000
200.000
1,200,000
500.000
250.000
6250.000
500.000
250.000

326,183
25,500
513,724
22,100
72,529
163,379
488,014
606,595
628,1*1
194,834
245,242
565,737
291,567
10,104
218,8.10
494,513
967,866
545,886
688,214
127,982
10,076

Per

s h a re

754,191 100 IS O
451,714 100 ISO
137,383 25 27 *s
368,361 100 120
414,155 25 50
Per

LO 275
C
p50
50
100 325
LO 130
O
100 120
100 185
LO 310
O
3,999,294 100 2874s
iOO 280
LO 325
C
100 155
100 310
100 190
10 10
2,294,100 275
100 225
100 400
2,825,481 100 425
2,747,12’ 100 160
too 120
10 10
Per

s h a re

285
60

140
125
320
300

200
10 H
230
500
125
10>4
sh a re

tr*

0 0 0 0 0
0 O too to

O
-r

■«

m

§

120
6250.000 691,048 1,203,521 100
120
500.000 121,797
L0(
200
LO
O
2,000,000 1,204,381
-----300.000 174,537 2.691,97* 100
54,094
200.000
502,998 100 -----F o r d e ta ile d statem e n t s o f N . T . C it y T ru st C o s ., see
ICO
800,000 332.8 "7 4,538,948
Cb fiONTO LB,
F e b ru a ry i , igoz, p a g e s ' 246 to 251.
1300
1,000,000 1,263,622 .1,053,972
Atlantic Trust C o... 1,500,000 1,030,063 10,174,677 1.00 300 310
1,500|
50.000
87,761
Bowl’ g Green Tr. Co. 2,500,000:2.895,399 9,959,975 100 205 * 217
123
500.000 123,799
Broadway Trust Co.
5,184
50.000
700,000 314,239 2,199,542 100 170 180
Cent. Fi. B’d ATrO o. 1,000,000 1,705,024 6,100,000 IC - 525
11,901
p207,149
K
Central Trust Co___ 1,000.000 12351148 46,700,267 too 1925 1950
140
100
1,000,000 354,913
City Trust Go___
50.000
50
20,098
1,000,000 1,544,730 18,512,949 100 400 415
Colonial Trust Co... 1,000,000 1,307,106 21,256,333 10* 380 * 390
149
1.500.000 043.031 4 ,1 6 9 ,3 1 b 100
125
1.500.000 395,223 3.030,151 100
OontlnentalTrnstCo, c 500,000 e 1048450 9.089,410 100 615 600
Eastern Trust Co_
_ 1,0,0,000 1,000,000 N ew Co.
m -m * * 205
m -m
500.000 370,253! 3,371,952 100 126 180
257,870 too -----Equltab'e Trust Co.
5 ,3 2 4
p224,702
of New York ----1,000,0-0 500,000 6,000,000 100 350
200.000 127,916 2,610,521 100
Farmers’ L. ATr.Co. i ,000.000 0,606,545 51,316,897 25 1450 1500
500.000 250, I I I 4,601,818 100
E u c lid A v e . N . H a n k
.......
6,293
Fifth Ave. Trust Co. 1,000,000 1,091,603 11.90 0,333 L C 650 075
4 2 4 ,6 8 4 50
5 0 .0 0 0
Farm.AMer’h.B’gCo
O:
Guaranty Trust Co.
130
500.000 105,247: 2 ,4 2 1 ,0 4 3 100
2,000,000 4,758,601 31.122,331 100 750 790
First National Bank
Guardian Trust C o .. 1,000,000 1,0)00,000 New Co.
11,3 70 1.415.402 100
21 1 ft ForestClty Hv.Bk.Co
2 5 0 .0 0 0
84 ’>,773 100
Knlckerbock’rTr.Oo. 1,000,000 1,508,399 20,540,250 100 775 825
100,000: 106,103
Garfield Sav. Bk. Co.
50,0001
14,716
Lincoln Trust Co....
537,882 50 07
350
Ger.-Amer.Sav.B.Co:
f 00,000 500,000 New Co.
140
55,270 1 ,076,322 100
Manhattan Tr. Co... 1,000,000 1,737,019 12,429,119 30 500 , m m m L, Bh. Bkg, A. Sav. Co
200.000
mm
12,729 1 ,2 0 4 ,0 6 6 50
Mercantile Tr. Co.
100,000
2,000,000 5,312,890 50,750,435 100 11*H) ... » „- I/oralnBt. Sav, Bk.Co
104A
0
M ereh antF Trust (Jo.
447,079 1 *1
250.000
10,509
500,000 1,374,715 8,548,055 toe 4 10 140
Market Nut. Bank...
137
Metropolitan Tr. Co,I 1.000,000 2,033,568 15,778,019 100 600
600.000 223,372 2 ,6 7 7 ,9 0 9 100
Mercantile N. Bank
Morton Trust Co___ 2,000,000 1,502,193 02,380,021 too 1090 1110 National City Bank
250.000 305,70 i 1,1 16,79 1 0 0 105
00
500.000 1 4 1 ,8 0 6 3,970,542 1
Mutual Alliance Tr.
1
’ark National lit iik
26,869 1,505,200 50
200 310
100.000
Go............... ..
Pearl Hi. Hav. A L.Oo
500,000 500,000 New Co.
3,161,107 ,irto
N.Y.Life Ins.&T.Oo. 1,000,000 4,000,524 28,017.011 1 0 0 1200 1300
100,000 125.000
People’sHav.A L. As
I 10,437 ! 00
20,010
N.Y.Hccunt St.Tr.f So. 1.000,000 3,572,942 49,407,985 10(1 1300 ......... Perry Hav. Bk. C o ...
n
,'17,300
0
03
55,127 1,442,07 r>
Nor, Amur, Tr, C o ,..
Prod. Ex, Bank’g Co.
100,000
11,443,40b too 260 270
Real Estate Trust Co
150,000;
34,670 1,259,092 100
Bo. Cleveland lifr.Oo,
.
.
3,64 7,81.0 100 m# «. 135 Ki
of New York., . _
_
500.000 131.31 4
State National Hunk
500,000 500,511 8,840,687 too 400
100
360,386 100
Standard Trust Co• 1 ,0 0 0 , 0 0 0
4,909
Union Bkg A Hav.Co. p i 70.000
591,015 10,167,060 1
00 400
100
Title ( i n ar. A Tr. Co. 2,500,000 3,559,983 2,899,850 1 0 0 CO
110.000 2,250,060 too
O
250.000
Unit’d Bkg. AHav.* in
00
155
I Inton Nat, Bunk.... 1,000,000 337.8 It* 0,c2 7,7*0 1
Trust Co. of America 2,500,000 3,034,050 19,472,095 100 272
TmatC'n.or Republic 1 ,0 0 0 , 0 0 0 f 95.828 2,915,427 100 240 250
200.000
89,759 1,250 601 IOO
Wade Park B’k’g Co
206,5*10
. W .i’loveland Bkg. Co
3,700
Union Tr, Co, of N. Y 1,0*>0.000 0,905,5 <7 62,31 1,228 10(1 3390
p «7 ,im »
250.000 128,298 2.204,73 10* i 60
Woodl’d A v, h . A I/n
U. 8. Mort. A T r . V o
2,000,000 3,811,045 17,777,3)5 100 475
275
n 8. Tr. Co. of N. Y. 2.000,000 11006029 72,0-11,1 87 100 1750 I H00 American Trust Co..
500.000 306,319 5,061.51 lOl
1,000,000 210,300 1.204.403 10*
Van .Tordetl Tr. Co.. 1 ,oor>,f)oo 1,000/ Of) New On, too 225 240
Central Trust Co_
_
588,50* tool X 0 0
36,815
Washington Tr. C o .
pii I 2,150
City Trust Co
500.000 820,070; 8,935,500 100 400
500.000
ff)
7,850.2 1i 1O
Ricmmojtd Boro .
C l e v e l a n d T r u s t , (jo .
1,270,017 ! Of)1 103L 105
Bank of Staten Iai’d
1,600,0001
56. m
25,000
631,300 50
F e d e r a l T r u s t. C o
7 4,000
First Nat..Staten T«.
01,831
i 0 0 ,0 0 0
0 >6,1 00 IC
K
* Hale price, a Cap. to lie Ineroectod r 1 up. atin , in . t i he lrtereutie.d.
‘ Sale price I Honk . „
/ AmountpiUd In, x Ex-dlvldend, ( Provident 8nv, I ,k. and ProvldenI
>
surplus to be Increased. < Now stock, p Amount paid In. t F t dlvl.
Tr. Co, to on nanIIdate (llidcr name of Pm v. H Bk. A- Tr/ • Mcap,, 1*500,0 if),
.

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CLEVEL'D—icon.)
$
P e r sh a re
S
$
500.000 251,822 6,558,722 IOC xi83k
Guardian Trust C o..
600,000 264.500
Prudential Trust Co.
469,500 IOC 121
Savings & Trust Co.. 1,500,000 1,149,551 9,683,165 100 220
300,000
State Bkg.&Trust Co.
60,000 1,574,188 100 127
Western Res. Tr. Co. 1,000,000 358,740 4,827,387 100 x!50 170
P e r s h a re
C olum bus —
o50,000
Am er Sav. Bk. Co..»
10,620
193,113 <<50 50
55
200,000
Bk. of Commerce Co.
27,274
445,834 100 115 125
65,000
14,142
Capital City Bank...
604,899 100
150
100,000 110,185 1,136,005 100
Citizens’ Savings Bk.
225
150,000
City Deposit Bk. Co.
28,829
819,534 100 130 150
50,000
Columbus Sav .Bk.Co
12,951
421,317 100 105 110
500,000
Columbus 8. & T . Co.
42,095 1,210,051 100 105 110
200,000 157,730 1,481,887 100 ‘ 200 210
Commercial N. Bank
300,000 115,376 1,849,955 100 175 200
Deshler Nat. Bank..
Hayden-Clin’n N. B.
400,000
99,038 2,041,164 100 140 150
Market Exch. Bank.
50,000
598,640 100 105 110
14,779
M erch . < M a n . N . B k
f500,000 262,642 3,368,437 1Q0 175 200
New First Nat. Bank
500,000 190,439 3,025,243 100 185 200
Ohio National Bank.
400,000 121,075 2,729,404 100 180 200
State Sav.Bk.&Tr.Co
93,753
200,000
931,976 100 *175 180
Ohio Trust Co..........
676,104 100 *125 130
15,747
250,000
Da y t o n —
200,000 160,995 1,552,012 100 287k*
City National Bank.
Dayton Nat. Bank...
300,000 131,587
738,983 100 161
Fourth Nat. Bank...
600,000 228,437
959,594 100 165 170
Merchants’ Nat. Bk.
200,000
63,223
629,136 100 155
Teutonia Nat. Bank.
200,000
473,927 100 115
45,306
Third Nat. Bank......
400,000 177,122 1,323,612 100 219 220
Winters Nat. Bank..
500,000 236,569 1,014,768 100 215
P e r s h a re
T oledo —
Cent’l Sav’gs Bk. Co.
a50,000
7,149
352,760 a50 57
59
Comm’l Sav. Bk. Co.
#94,600
5,242
517.578 100 110 111
Dime Sav. Bank Co..
a50,000
7,599
80,444 a50 32
Dollar Sav’gs Bk. Co.
250,000
O
6,813
419,308 LO 107 110
East Side Bank. Co.
50,000
18,781
639,255 100 150 160
First National Bank
500,000 874,422 1,519,541 LO 273 276
O
Holcomb Nat. Bank.
300,000
99,068 1,287,918 100 140 145
Home Sav. Bank.Co.
250,000 101,568 1,589,272 100 150 155
Lucas Co. Sav.Bk.Co.
#50,000
1,727
70.399 100 100
Merch. & Cl’k 8. Bk.
150,000 144,184 1,037,177 100 200 205
Merchants’ Nat. Bk.
300,000 226,365 1,425,704 100 180 185
N a t. B k . o f C o m m e r c e
500,000 172,934 2,128,991 100 150 155
Northern Nat. Bank.
300,000 315,368 1,585,155 100 __
OhioSav. Bk. & Tr.Co.
300,000
63,373 2,262,865 100 125 135
Second Nat. Bank...
350,000 910,968 2,177,105 100 360 375
__
_
Security Trust C o...
200,000
23,081
601,983 100
State Savings Bk.Co.
#47,175
3,009
104 335 100 106 110
Tol. Sav. Bk.& Tr.Co.
100,000 211,477 1,488,949 LO 350
O
Union Save. Bank ..
250,000
83,428 1,062,536 100 165 175
P e r sh a re
Y o ung sto w n —
Commercial N at. Bk.
200,000
81,214
756,681 100 102 105
Dollar Sav. & Tr. Co.
500,000 160,000 2,296,787 100 140
FirstNational Bank.
500,000 342,752 2,343,662 100 150 160
Mahoning Nat. Bank
229,000 135,343
706,640 100 140 145
Peoples’ Sav.&Bk Co a l 50,000
18,272
563,806 <i50
60
Second Nat. Bank...
200,000 215,793 1,243,304 100 225
Wick National Bank
300,000 110,118 1,544,064 100
OREG O N.
PORTLAND—
100,000
42,562
Ainsworth N. Bank.
686,939
500.000 740,067 6,751,OOC
F ir s t N a t i o n a l B a n k .
Ladd & Tilton Bank.
250.000
Pri vate Bank
250.000
Merchants’ N. Bank.
83,778 1,997,405
SecnrltySav.&Tr.Co.
10,000 2,224,199
250.000
39,454 1,082,620
Unit. States N. Bank
250.000
Portland Trust Co... #241,000
141,350 i'oo
P E N N S Y L V A N IA .
wiA l le g h e ny Per sh a re
Bk. of Secured Save.
125,000
56,294 1,002,532 50 78ia
Enterprise Nat. B k .. 1 200,000 205,748 1,998,762 50
115
First National Bank.
350,000 131,563 1,176,396 100 i ¥ i
German Nat. Bank..
200,000 615,312 3,235,292 100 420
Ohio Valley Bank...
100,000
20,077
320,568 100 120
Second Nat. Bank... 6150,000 6337,520 1,010,529 100 360
200.000 In volu ntary liqui dat ion.
100,000 800,743 2,914.308 50 225 265
Allegheny Trust Co.
r500,000
82,057 1,456,506 100 153
Dol. 8av. Fund & Tr
6500,000 6268,988 1,266,678 100 260 270
Provident Trust Co #144,832
26,350
89,407 100
ALLENTOWN—
P e r sh a re
Allentown Nat.Bank
500,000 289,0^8 2,337,566 40 66
70
Second Nat. Bank...
200,000 199,536 1,406,569 100 175 180
Leh.Val.T.&g
#125,000 154,281 1,289,765 50 95 100
A lto o n a —
Fidelity Bank.
50,000
12,000
100
115
First National Bank.
150,000 198,286 1,724,924 100 250
Second Nac. Bank
100.000
57,592
669,160 100 105
. , . __
Altoona Trust Co_
_
250,000
190,457 100 U 02 105
Cent. Penna. Tr. Co
250,000 ......New Company. 100 120
ERIE—
150,000 251,344 2,047,392 100 '200
First National Bank.
* 175
Marine Nat. Bank..
150,000 286,930 1,269,361 100
300,000
Second Nat. B ank...
95,226 1,347,732 100 110
ErleDlmeS.&Tr. Co, s 150,000s s i l l , 533
962,676 too 110
H arrisburg —
P e r sh a re
Commercial Bank ..
50,000
843
160,273 50
300,000 114,700 3,140,000 Pri vate Bank
Dauphin Deposit Bk.
* 425
First National Bank.
100,000 358,326 1,432,948 100
* 54
300,000 215,559 1,768,985 25
Harrisburg N. Bank.
Mechanics* Bank___
100,000
87,000 1,400,000 Pri vate Bank
Merchants’ N. Bank.
100,000
58,388
443,427 too 140 150
Central Gu.Tr.&s.D. a 125,000
53,611
484,322 «25 40
Comm on w l’th Guar.
Tr. & Safe Dep. Co.
250,000 346,352 1,142,230 100 225 250
Harrisburg Trust Co a 250,000 185,000 2,201,892 «60 100 110
L an c aste r —
P e r shar
Conestoga N. Bank..
200,000 227,801
793,840 100 210 215
Farmers’ Nat. Bank.
450,000 337,216 1,007,634 50 114 115
First National Bank
210,000 180,947
367.119 100 210
Fulton Nat. Bank...
89,707
200,000
683,37s too 195
Lancast’r Co.N.Bank
300,000 250,207
766,714 50 123 124
Northern Nat. Bank.
41,912
125,000
476,518 100 127 128
People’s Nat. Bank..
77,960
200,000
695,138 100 129 130
City Sav. F. & T. Co.
150,000
59,313
878,621 100 140 145
Lancaster Trust Co.
250,000 344,638 3,617,668 100 260
North. Tr. &8av. Co.
1,925
125,000
259,722 50 55
People’s Tr.8. A Dep.
125.000 140,0C0 2,065.316 100 118 120
Union Trust Co___
al50,000l
2,483
212.386 j 50 55
56
* Sale price, a -----c
.------------------------------- ---- „ „ „ „
,,a l
value will also be increased, b Capital and sur to be increased, v Cap.
paid in; auth. amount larger. rCap. to be increased, x Ex-dividend.
sTo be reorganized with a;capital of $500,000 and a surp’ s of $250,000

S u r p lu s

C a p ita l.

P h ilad e lp h ia —
B ank o f No. A m er.

$
9 1,864,857
9 279,716
9 2,249,841
9 211,462
9 770.49C
9 666,411
9 837,695
9 680,56C
9 4,067,866
9 1,265,38]
9 1,859,404
9 223,045
9 237,914
9 288,23E
9 267,436
9 555,427
9 584,652
9 475,368
9 808,306
9 399,016
9 350,493
9 119,029
9 304,164
9 764,191
) 1,992,610
) 303,332
)
40,917
) 301,352
) 221,912
i 155,748
)
87,886
i
83,442
518,767
436,470
582,157
238,984

Centennial N. Bank
C e rU ra l N a t. B a n k .

Consolidation N. Bk
C o m E x ch . N . B a n k

Eighth Nat. Bank
F a r . dt M e c h .N a t. B k

First National Bank,
F o u r t h St. N a t. B a n k
F r a n k l i n N a t . Bank.
Q ir a r d N a t ’l B a n k .

Kensington N. Bank
Manayunk N. Bank.
Manuf aot’rs’ N.Bank
Market St. Nat. Bank
M e c h a n ic s ’ N a t. B k ..

Merchants’ N. Bank
Nat.Bk of Germant’n
Nat. Bk. of No. Lib..
Nat. Security Bank
Ninth National Bank
Northern Nat. Bank,
Northwest. Nat. Bk.
Penn National Bank
P h ila d e l’a N a t. B a n k

Quaker City Nat. Bk
Ridge A ve. Bank,
Second Nat. Bank...
Sixth Nat. Bank..
Southwark Nat. Bk.
Southwestern N. Bk.
Tenth Nat. Bank___
Third Nat. Bank___
Tr adesmen’sNat. Bk
_
Union Nat. Bank_
Western Nat. Bank..
American Trust Co..
City Trust Safe De­
posit & Surety Co.
Colonial Trust Co...
Columbia A ve. Sav.
F ’d S.Dep.Ti. & Tr.
Commercial Tr. C o..
Commonwealth Title
Ins. & Tr. C o _
_
ConL Title & Tr. Co..
Equitable Trust Co..
Excelsior Tr. & S.Fd
Fidelity Trust Co...
Finance Co., com___
1st P re f.............
2d P re f..............
Frankford Real Est.
Tr.& Safe Dep. Co
Ger. Amer.T. &Tr. Co.
Germantown Tr. Co.
G i r a r d T ru s t O o ......
Guar.Tr. & S.Dep.Co.
Hamilton Trust Co.
Industr’l Tr.T.&Sav,
Integrity Title Ins.
Tr. & Safe Dep. Co.
Investm’tCo. of Phil.
Land Title & Tr. Co.
Lincoln Sav. & Tr.Co.
Manayunk Trust Co.
Merchants’ Tr. Co...
Mortgage Trust Co..
Northern Trust Co..
Penn. Co. for Insur.
on Lives & Gr. Ann
Penn.W’h’g&S.D.Co
Phil. Mort. & Tr. Co.
Phil.Tr.S.D.&In.Co.
Provident Life & Tr.
Real Est.Ti.In. & Tr.
Real Estate Tr. Co.
Tacony Sav. F. Safe
Dep. Ti. & Tr. Co
Tradesmen’s Trust &
Sav. Fund Co.......
Trust Co. of N. A ___
Un.SuretyA Guar.Co
Union Trust Co___
United Sec. L. I. & T.
West End Trust Co..
WestPhlla.T. &Tr. Co.
P ittsburg —
Allegheny Nat. Bank
Allegheny Val. Bk.
Anchor Sav’gs Bank
Arsenal Bank.........
Bk. of Pittsburg N. A.
Citizens’ Nat. Bank..
City Deposit Bank..
Columbia Nat. Bank.
Commercial Nat. Bk.
Cosmopolit. Nat. Bk.
Diamond Nat. Bank.
Duquesne Nat. Bank
Exchange Nat. Bank
Farmers’ D epNatBk
Federal N at. Bank...
Fifth Avenue Bank.
Fifth National Bank
First Nat.B’kof Birin
First Nat. Bk., Pitts.
Fort P itt Nat. Bank.
Fourth Nat. Bank...
Freehold Bank.......
German N at’nal Bk.
German S. &Dep.Bk.
Germania Sav. Bank
H ill Top Ger. Sav.Bk.
Iron City N. Bank...
Iron & Glass Dol.Sav.
Keystone Bank.......

G ross
D e p o s its.

<6 P r o f i t s

200,000

46,455
368,514
14,747

$
9.383.00C
3.048.00C
9,910,00C
1,408,001
12.488.00C
2,320,00C
13.415.00C
12,169,00C
31,889,00C
13,129,001
18,184,00C
1,136,000
1,648.382
2,408,000
4,104.00C
4,279,000
14,054,000
2,467,19J
3,114.000
2,055,000
2,266,000
1,574,000
2,323,000
5,565,000
23,732,000
2,125,000
525,39i
1,636.805
1,189,000
1,255,000
834,000
1,017,000
4,501,000
4,013,000
3,552,000
2,717,000

P ’l

B id .
Per

A sk .
sh a re

L C .......* 274
O
IOC .....
IOC ..... * 380
3C ....... * 40
5C
93%
L C ....... * 253
O
IO ......* 128%
C
IOC ......
L G 255
O
265
100 ..... 320
100 ..... * 260
50 .....
LO ..... * 206k
O
100 ___ * 104
100 ....... * 120
100 ...... * 132k
100
50 ....... * 167
50 ........* 126
100 ______
100 .....
100
100
50 ..... * 103 k
100 ....... * 303
100 ..... * 106
50
* 150
100
100 165
50 ...... *
102
100
* 100
100
100 ..... *
50
• 80 k
k 79
50
k 100k
50

363,403 50
2,700,068 100
410,272 50 ....

* 38
* 131

k 120
106,945 1,282,428 100
1,316,839 7,044,677 100 ..... .....
863,987
145,417
236^429
1,705
4,289,362
)
} 554,737
)

k
4,568,718 50
k 94 k
2,700,653 9s)
38
mm
3,478,399 100 • m k
328.017 25
25k
k 625
24,350,162 LO
O
k 118
C 100
1161,408 < 100 _____ k
82
( 100

48,404
82,108
426,235
8,105,739
343,232
..........
354,401

958,792
1,178,942
2,497,737
23,381,089
6.537,128
465,634
2,710,468

k 57
50
k 42k
50
LO .....
O
★ 625
LO
O
100 ..... *
55 k
50 .....

*
378,405 2,403,644 50
* 102k
1,088,489
399,874 50
70
* 299 k
1,266,974 9,555,249 LO
O
27,605
213,937 25 ......
* 40 k
72,000
740,000 25
★ 15%
90,216
883,254 25
167,630
94,533 100
595,232 4,775,802 100 .... .....
2,925,958
580,230
69,827
3,021,994
3,809,113
268,910
1,206,456
127,500

67,822
114,108
133,174
100,268
262,999
511,157
5264,623
147,559

16,561,400
294,525
38,925
7,412,223
8,712,567
2,932,103
5,783,419

LO
O600
50 ______
LO
O __
* 521k
LO
O
701
100
LO ......
O
50 ...... .......

523,919 LO ......
O

232,234 25
k 140
3,041,844 LO
O
200,008 50 ______
★ 42
1,475,148 50
996,928 100 110
* 102
2,797,770 50
* 45k
2,027,430 «25
Per

500.000
50.000
50.000
100.000
1,200,000
800,000
200,000
600,000
300.000
200.000
6200,000
500.000
1,200,000
800.000
2,000,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
(750,000
200,000
300.000
200.000
250.000
100.000
150.000
75.000
400.000
100.000
500,000

528,931
3,763
43,710
102,519
788,984
290,367
327,850
1,050,000
130,983
New
5346,633
678,120
758,966
5,925,368
304,868
27,604
34,830
177,381
(992,456
275,935
121,910
1,062,845
172,422
403,954
253,568
6,684
341,062
174,170
736,887

.. . . . .

4,759,151 50
215,843
838,307 50
539,200 50
5,077,788 50
2,801,837 50
1,832,220 50
O
4,734,905 LO
O
1,758,653 LO
Bank
1,694,991 100
O
1,822,715 LO
3,248,538 50
O
16,025,607 LO
1,996,430 100
543,685 50
748,291 100
736.645 LO
O
12,710,343 LO
O
2,464,599 LO
O
443,980 100
5,026,716 50
2,842,435 LO
O
2,334,172 50
6,515.409 <00
294,665 50
2,672,070 50
1,558,821 100
3,346,204 60

sh a re

119
......
225 250
135 140
140
99 100k
175
382 400
245
108k 110
400
285
100
1250 1325
134 136
67
75
220
320 390
_m
605
220
158 160
350 400
250
265 300
215
65
69
127k ..__«
250
350 390

a Capital paid in; authorized amount Is larger; when full paid, par
value will also be increased.
6 Capital and surplus to be Increased.
v Capital paid in: authorized amount is larger
* Sale price.
(Proposition to increase capital and surplus is under consideration.

BANK

J uly , 1902. j

STOCK QUOTATIONS

03

Where Nam s are Printed in Italics H ller R rns m y be H und in the Advertising C lumns.
e
u
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a
o
o
PENNSYLVANIA.—(C onclu ded .)
C a p ita l.

PlTTSB’Q—(Con.)—
Liberty Nat. Bank...
Lincoln Nat. Bank..
Manufacturers’ Bk..
Marine Nat. B ank...
{Mechanics’ N. Bank
Mer. & Manu N. Bk.
Metr op olit anN.B ank
Monongah’laN.Bank
Nat. Bk. of West. Pa.
Pennsylv a’ i a N .B ank
People’s Nat. B ank..
People’s Sav, Bank..
Pittsb’g Bk. for Bav.
Pitts-N. Bk. of Com.
Republic Nat. Bank.
Second Nat. B ank...
State B an k.............
Third National Bank
Trad’ s & Meoh’ s Bk.
Tradesmens’ N.Banfe
Union Nat. Bank___
U. S.Nat. Bank.......
West End Sav. Bank
West.Sav. &Dep.Bk.
American Trust Co..
Colonial Trust Co. .
Com’ weal. R. E. & Tr,
Equitable Trust Co..
Fidel. Title &Tr. Co.
Hazlew’ dS. &Tr.Co.
Mercantile Trust Co.
Moreland Trust Co.
North A mer. Sav. Co.
Pennsylvania Tr.Co.
People’s Trust Co...

$

P itt s b u r g T r u s t C o ..

Prudential Trust Co.
Real Estate Tr. Co.
Safe Dep. & Tr. Co.
8outh Side Trust Co.
Standard Seo’y T r...
Union Trust Co.......
United Real’y Tr.Co
Valley Trust Co.....
R eading —
Farmers’ Nat. Bank.
First National Bank.
Keystone Nat. Bank
Nat. Union Bank___
Neverslnk Bank___
Penn Nat. Bank......
Reading Nat. Bank..
Schuylkill Valley Bk.
Second Nat. Bank...
Berks Co. Trust Co..
Colonial Trust Co...
Pennsylvania Tr. Co.
Reading Trust Co...
S c r an to n —
County Sav. Bk.&Tr
Dime Dep. & Dls.Bk.
First National Bank
Merch. < Mech. Bk ..
fe
People’s B a n k .......
8cTanton Sav. Bank.
Third Nat. Bank......
Traders’ Nat. Bank..
Lack. Tr < 8. D. Co.
fe
Title Guar. & Tr. Co.
W ilkes -B arre —
Anthracite Sav. Bk
First National Bank.
Miners’ Savings Bk.
Peoples’ Bank.........
Second Nat. Bank...
W. B. Dep. < Sav. Bk.
fe
Wyoming Nat. Bank
Luzerne Co. Tr. Co..
Wyoming Val. Tr. Co
W illia m s p o r t —
First National Bank.
Lycoming Nat. Bank
West BranottN.Bank
WiUiamsp't N. Bank
8usq.Tr. & 8. Dep.Co.
Y ork —
City Bank...............
Drov. Si M. Nat. B’k.
Farmers’ Fat. Bank.
First National Bank
Western Nat. Bank..
York Co. Nat. Bank.
York National Bank'
Secur. 1 ltle<$s Tr.Co.
York Trust C o ......

300.000
249,540
250.000
250.000
500.000

S u r p lu s
< P r o fits
£

C ross
D e p o sits.

RHODE ISLAND.—(C oncluded .)
P i

$
*
92,047 1,162,155 1 0 (
772,453 1,991.816 1 0 (
120,266
611,218 5(
70,936
757,765 1 0 (
612,612 3,159,322 5(
841,163 3,801,927 5
<
773,370 1 0 (
119,986
526,568 3,034,117 1 0 (
361,070 2,350,516 1 0 (
853,784 IOC
132,825
1,280,273 9,492,747 1 0 (
491,488 9,239,790 1 0 <
256,895 12,295,114 1 0 (
1,098,536 6,130,820 1 0 (
147,112 1 0 (
p7,149
3,045,081 12,020,340 1 0 (
10,554
382,180 5(
111,058 1,049,425 1 0 (
577,694 5(
42,338
265,309 3,422,408 1 0 (
1,238,751 3,868,539 1 0 (
50,386 1 0 <
68,507
803,273 5(
83,778
681,664 5
216,401
<
60,370 1,014,353 IOC
3,213,881 6,421,744 1 0 0
1,500.000 New Co. 1 0 (
336,129 1,444,035 1 0 0
949,878 6,139,577 1 0 <
5,926
207,059 1 0 0
194,590 1,685,846 ICO
22,816
637,374 1 0 (
79;986
786,496 5C
293,085 2,717,588 IOC
10,647
465,095 1 0 0
4,111,526 10,729,206 1 0 (
397,884 IOC
£4,209
1,692,506 2,348,786 1 0 0
681 342
- - - .
5(
326,824 1 0 0
5,080
125,090
121,578 1 0 <
6 ,0 0 0 , 0 0 0 20,642,535 loo
172,752 1 0 0
353,688
27,916
186,056 IOC
617,660 1,384,547 30
213,452 1,097,963 1 0 0
107,915
572,454 IOC
581,021 1,522,840 25
3,368
72,716 5
C
159,036
687,138 1 0 0
189,973
653,034 IOC
109,180
528,376 5C
382,901
637,395 1 0 (
17,389
698,579 1
C
141,777
510,329 1 0
217,928 1,224,163 IO
C.
161,146
726,344 IOC

B id .

A sk .

Per

s h a ie

150
(255

260

110

117
139

119
13934
140
175
270

165
265
195
165
390
300
800
432
114
840
63

450
117
900
69

200

175
391

61
179
140
90
105
118
331
229

150
112
120

385
230
165
406
104
* 174

92
230
IO8 I2
601
141
285
106^
109

236
110

610
145
286
110
110

1500 1700
130 132
140 145
Per

sh a re

95
165

215
55
265
190
10 0

225

230

12

15h
175
135

16

Per

sh a re

100.000 169,316 1,760,614 1 0 0 300
100,000 160,051 1,610,641 5C 150
200,000 1,516,913 8,569,159 1 0 0 1300
250.000 300,937 1,892,464 1 0 0
100.000
30j 158
419,622 125 135
100,000 297,381 2,263,316 IOC
200,000 634,374 3,298,063 1 0 0 550
250.000 152,003 1,786,031 1 0 0 225
250.000 198,278 1,232,304 1 0 0 195
15,499 1,501,178
300.000
200.000 360,920
375.000 273,933
150.000 621,276
250.000 334,4261
450.000 551,619
150.000 239,053
150.000 453,132
150.000 150,000
a l 50,000 a l 12,559

Per

1,349,241
1,124,348
2,209,810
2,193,336
2,766,587
1.833 331
1,357,103
New Co.
711,373

50
10 0

50
10 0
10 0

50
50
IOC)
50

sh a re

... * 156
130
325
275
305

110

__* 256
* 200

10 0

Per

sh a re

300.000
100.000
100,000
100,000
300.000

937,209
113,641
285,951
209,872 1,423,603
64,242
335,460
52,496 1,062,161

100.000
100,000
200,000
300.000
150.000
300.001
500.000
150.000
150.000

66,070
544,243 50 85
90
50,012
d
551,762 1 0 < 180 182 1
146,520
M
175
332,329 1 C
193,264 1,606,906 1 0 < 2 1 0 215
66,475.
454,331 IOC 152 155
210,023 1,019,507 2
C 44 j 45
265,000;
10
331,285 25 45
83,508
578,26a 5(
77 y
80
38,304
514,501 50 70 1 75

2 2 1 ,0 1 2

B id .

A sk .

Per

sh a re

IOC 170
IOC 2 1 0
IOC 275
IOC 150
5
C 50
Per

280
sh a re

RHODE ISLAND .
NEWPORT—
P e r shm e
Aqnidneck Nat, Bk..
200,000
62,272
33 1,068 50 * 60
60
First Nat. Bank......,
120,000
80,737
104,001 100 192ki
Nat. Kichange Bank
100,000
64,762
80
297,008 50
New Eng. ( kira'l B'k.
75,000
98,565 50
0,121
57
Newport Nat, Bank
120,000
02,021
220,844 60 122 h
,
# 05
Union Nat. Bank___|
155,250
33,852
O
O
103,477
Newport, Trust Co...
300,000 120,000 New Co. 100
a* 31(1
P aw tu c ket
Slater Trust Co.......
500,000 502,731 3.531,804 100 205
I*€T sh a re
P rovidence —
American Mat. Bank 1,000,000 168,062 2,050,1 10 50 4H
225.000
Atlantic Nat. Bank.
23,410
217,85 0 60
Black-don* Can. Nat.
500,000 207,003
51.2,030 26 ■M
V o mmeroi a 1N . K a nu
500,000 171,881 1,01 i ,455 100 1O h
H
First National Bank
500,000 208,815 1,31-1*78 100 It 7
Fourth Nat. Bank .
500,000 200,018
705,307 too 117 h
High Street Bank,
i 20,000
70,600
481,000 50 70
Mechanics' N. Bank.
500,000 138,8'.2
033,« 0 « 50 51
Merchants’ N. Bank, 1,000,000 513, *77 3,000,7*6 50 *7*Z
Nat. Bank ofOOffl’ce
850,000 186,330 1.038,78 1 50 53
Nat. B'k of No. Arner. i ,000.000 107,108
780,112 50 18
Nat, Exchange Bank
500.000 050,301 1 460,150 50 107
(To be merged w
lank. a Oapir.il and ■irpltm to bo
■
■
increased, g Capital is bein« Ineroannd, * Capital to bo Increased.
(N ew stock, p Amount paid in. * Sale price.

95
98
201

210

60
260
200

400

352

y

Per

sh a re

100

110
* 37
35
50

SOUTH CAROLINA.
C h a r le s t o n —
Bk.of Ch’lest’,N.B.A.
Carolina Savings Bk
OharL Sav’gs Inst’n.
Gomm.Bnkg.&Tr.Co.
Dime Savings Bank.
Enterprise Bank___
Exoh. Bkg. & Tr. Co.
First Nat. Bank......
Germania Sav. Bank
Hibernia Tr.&S’v.Bk
Miners’ < Merob. Bk.
fe
People’s Nat. Bank..
Seourity Savings Bk.
State Savings Bank.
So.Car.Loan& Tr.Co.

300,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
40,000
30,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
30,000
100,000

Per

270,804 1,692,949 100 190
78,733 1,419,026 100 175
87,902
845,719 100 350
4,66a
227,010 50 40
28,265
765,438 100 275
13,391
305,408 25 28
5,064
171,868 100 60
383,019 1,039,387 100 250
163,272 2,205,128 250 1350
18,046
303,225 100 105
14,107
286,371 100 10212
163.243 1,658,931 100 160
17,655
548,449 100 103
7,476
123,115 25 24
10,198
583,808 100 104

sh a re

200
200
375
45
300
30
75
255
1400
110
103
165
104
25
105

TENNESSEE.
C h attan o o g a —
Chatt’noogaNat. Bk.
Ohatt’nooga Sav.Bk.
Citizens’ Bank &
Trust Co...............
First Nat. Bank......
South Chattanooga
Savings Bank......
rhird Nat. Bank......
K no x v ille —

200,000
100,000

31,847
17,088

826,089 100
960,343 100

225,000
200,000

19,009
377,213

806,203 100
1,619,684 100

50,000
150,000

15,039
10,019

256,247 100
559*502 100

200,000

60,733

1,669,050 100 175

200

175,000
Holston Nat. Bank..
100,000
Knox Co. Bank &
Trust Co...............
45,000
Knoxville Bkg. Co...
50,000
Mechanics’ Nat. Bk.
100,000
Merchants’ Bank___
100,000
Third Nat. Bank......
200,000
Union Bank............
p 49,975
M emphis —
Am. Sav. Bk.& Tr.Co
50,000
Continental Sav. Bk
25,000
First National Bank.
250,000
Manhattan Savings
Bank & Trust C o..
30,000
Memphis Nat. Bank.
500,000
Memphis Sav. Bank.
50,000
Mercantile Bank___
200,000
National Bank ol
Commerce............
500,000
People’s S. Bk.& Tr..
30,000
Security Bank.......
50,000
State Nat. Bank......
250,000
State Savings Bank.
50,000
Union & Plant’rs’ Bk.
600,000
Union Savings Bank
& Trust Co............
12,500
Memphis Trust Co... p405,320
Title Guar.& Tr. Co.
100,OOu

205,381
12,075

1,554,503 100 215
391,886 100 100

225

O ily N a t i o n a l B a n k .
B a s t T en n essee N a ­
tio n a l B a n k . .........

10 0

Cross
D ep osits.

P ’r

67

10 0 0

tfi

PROVID’CE—(Con.)
$
$
$
500,000
Old National Bank.
70,745
614,254 100
450,000 501,333 1,025,032 50
Phenix Nat. Bank...
500.000 593,088 1,127,047 400
Providence N. Bank
500,000 528,820 1,864,916 100
United Nat. Bank...
500,000 119,530
Weybosset N. Bank
411,372 50
200,000
Westminster Bank..
67,644
198,471 50
Industrial Trust Co. 1,500,000 1,000,000 19,275,363 100
500,000 410,850 5,836,354 100
Manufaot’rs TrustCo
R. I. Hospital Tr. Co. 1,000,000 1,250,913 19,192,509 IOOC
Onion Trust Co.......
250,000 777,457 6,302,377 1 0 0
W oonsocket —
Citizens’ Nat. Bank.
100,000
42,288
82,491 1 0 0
Nat. Globe Bank___
100,000
43,544
130,802 25
Nat. Union Bank___
150,000
27,022
8,519 50
Producers’ Nat. Bk..
200,000 112,366
476,969 20

201

200

S u r p lu s
P r o fits .

C a p ita l.

N

a s h v il l e

—

A m e r i c a n N a t. B a n k

City Savings Bank..
First Nat. Bank......
F o u r th N a t. B a n k . . .

Merchants’ Bank___
Union Bank & Tr.Co.
Nashville Trust C o..

1,000,000
100,000
400,000
600,000
7 100,000
c
100,000
350,000

1,973
16,087
116,048
1,623
52,747
3,548

41,180
188,909
594.020
72,551
708,097
77,980

100
100
100
100
100

100
190
100
110

200
u 2y

New company. 100 120
19,429
301,173 100 200
68,283 2,219,428 100 170

130
205
175

108.409 1,465,463 100 500
124,360 1,051,734 100 135
37,400 1,029,517 100
19^757 i , 3 5 1,283 100 160

550

191,270 2,662,352 100 170
3,500
150,000 50
19,209
364,3«9 100 120
206,080 3,851,723 100 195
64,427
663,656 100 200
98,092 1,203,347 100 115
15,819
68,747
13,924

165
175
. . . .

125
200
205
120

452,298 100 310
831,843 100 122
25,553 100 95

325
125
100

31,308 1,976,287 100 75
6,992
230,09 1 100 98
78,361 2,557,720 100 134
402,138 2,967,440 too 170
22,364
410,658 100 120
58,061
683,898 100 145
414,009 100 107
23,659

76
101
135
171
125
150
109

TE X A S.
A u stin —
American Nat. Bank
Austin Nat. Bank...
City National Bank.
First Nat. Bank......
State Nat, Bank......
D allas —
American Nat. Bank
City National Bank
National Bank of
C o m m e r c e ............. .

Nat. Exchange Bank
Dallas Loan A.Tr.Co.
Fort W

orth

American Nat. Bank;
Far. ifcMeoh, Nat. Bk.!
First National Bank
F o rt W orth Wat ilk., I
S t a l e N a t . B a n k ____

Traders' Nat'! Bank
G

alvesto n

-

First National Bank.
Galveston Nat. Ban It
Island City Hav. Bk
H ouston
ommercin
Commercial N. Bunk
First National Bank.
I{oimt.on Nat. Bank
March ants' Nat. Bk
Blasters’ A. Meehan
led' National Bank.

A 175
toe
UK 150
IO 100
C
100
1 1 150
0

200,000
150.000
150.000
100.000
100,000

160,711
185,584
12,500
0,814
68,265

609,477
1,133.4 50
898.121368.439
673,051

200,000
200,000

333,145
302,464

C
2,220,021 IO 250
2,404,601 to< 250

150.000
500.000
100.000

49,075
070,209 IO 120 125
C
ioc ....... .......
570,517
_.Ne w 0 omputiy.

150.000
200.000
800,000
800,000
200,000
125.000

35.4P3
09,155
250,000
240,150
5 1,000
84,000

119,554
827,00
1,1 50.00*
1,4 02,050
700,001
200,000

300
300

1O
f
10<
11
0
1X
C
IO
<
ioc

125
125
1H
O
105
110
102

409,021 UK
1,077.64) lot
03H,OO1 lot
J nmi
V
200,000 217,400 2,24 9,53.' tot
m
50 1,098 2,720,1 (O 1c
100,000
474,o:n 1 O
t
10O.OO01 20,002
250,000
81,252 l,MI7,»Hii

09
107
140

300.000
125.000
100.000

86,013
44,408
100,000

ant

255
125
I 15

135

175
105
150

p rim s.

300
‘ 750
125

0
200,001)!
13,027 1,300,341 1 1 115 |
150
500 ooo! 105.037 1.77 7,72 . |(>(, l 1 0
1
‘ Hate price, t Brmk value,
nmtni pant it*. r k "* j id.mid.
I; ( it pita l to lio 1
ncri'ii •<<.
« •1
'4
7

ho. Texas N a t. H a n k .

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W h e r e N a m e s a r e P r in t e d in It a l ic s F u ll er R e t u r n s m ay be Fou nd in t h e A d v e r t is in g C o l u m n s .

WASHINGTON.

TEXAS.— oncluded .)
(C
S u r p lu s
<- P ro fits.
£

C a p ita l.

S an A ntonio —
Alamo Nat. Bank...
City National Bank.
Frost Nat. Bank___
Lockwood Nat. Bank
San Antonio N. Bank
W aco—
Citizens’ Nat’l Bank.
First National Bank.
Provident Nat’l B’k.
Waco State Bank___

Cross
Deposits.

B id .

P r

A sk .

Per

share

$
250,000
100,000
250,000
100,000
125,000

$
$
83,581 1,093,780 100
8,163
350.373 100
168,991 1,659,809 100
43,577
649,198 100
149,055 1,453,316 100

100,000
300,000
300,000
100.000

130,957
533,118 100
130,667 1,073,230 100
64,142
949,927 100
350,006 Pr ivate

130
102

133
138

Bank

UTAH.
S a l t L ake C ity —
Bank of Commerce..
Commercial Nat. Bk.
Deseret Nat. Bank..
Deseret Sav’gs Bank
McCorniek & Co. Bk.
N a tio n a l B a n k o f R e ■
p u b l i c . . . ...............

State Bank of Utah.
Utah Commercial &
Savings Bank......
Utah National Bank.
Utah Savings & Trust
C o.......................
Walker Bros., B’nk’rs
Zion’s Savings Bank
& Trust C o ..........

Per

sh a re

100,000
200,000
500,000
100,000
250,000

348,929 100 75
22,513
729,508 100 100
478,642 2,017,288 100 281
54,305 1,711,144 100 213
23,415 4,452,016 Pri vate

300,000
250,000

65,630 2,063,857 100 120
£8,727
995,392 100 147

121
149

200,000
100,000

12,456
13,524

470,204 100 90
469,573 100 100

4 0,149

200,000

85
102
285
215
Banh

527,301 rooc
19,203 1,077,024 10) Priv. Ban!
8,309 3,081,994 100 132

133

VIRGINIA.
N orfolk —
Citizens’ Bank........
City National Bank.
Marine Bank.........
Nat.Bk. ofCommerct
Nor. Bk.for Sav. &Tr.
N o r fo lk Nat. B a n k .

8EATTLE—
Boston Nat. Bank...
Dexter.Horton & Co.
First Nat. Bank......
Nat.Bk.of Commeroe
People’s Sav. Bank.
Puget Sound Nat.Bk.
3oandinavian-Amer­
ican Bank...........
Seattle Nat. Bank...
Washington Nat.Bk.
S pokane —
Exchange Nat. Bk..
Fidelity Nat. Bank..
Old Nat. Bank........
Traders’ Nat. Bank.
Spok’n e * East.Tr.Co
T acoma —
Lumbermen’s Nat...
Metropolitan Bank..
Nat.Bk.of Commerce
Pacific Nat. Bank...
Fidelity Trust Co___

91
101

150,000
100,000

C a p ita l.

300,000
200,000
110,000
500,000
100,000
400,000
33,000
£0,000
p 49,800

255,089
80,221
169,078
274,812
123,695
407,917
2,057
50,100
1,817

1,812,088
685,53>
721,060
1,363,431
742,134
2,810,733
71,732
New Co.
58,763

LO
O
LO
O
LO
O
LO
O
LO
O
LO
O
50
LO
O
lO
O

Trad. & Truckers’Bk.
Atlantic Tr. & D. Co.
Va. Sav. Bk. & Tr.Co
P etersburg —
Petersb. B’g & T. Co. p 100,000
12,259
278,437 100
Petersburg Savings
_
200,000 370,081 1,593,928 20
& Insurance Co_
The National Bank..
100,000 102,649
332,453 LO
O
R ichmond —
American Nat. Bank
300,000
50,000 1,497,369 LO
O
200,000
Broad-Street Bank..
15,649
226,848 25
City Bk. of Richm’d.
400,000 122,892
926,676 25
First Nat. B ank____
600,000 490,961 2,767,641 LO
O
Merchants’ Nat. Bk.
200,000 578,661 3,213,970 100
Metropolitan Bank.. pl25,000
6,822
382,422 25
Nat. B’k of Virginia
500,000 102,347 2,150,79< 100
Planters’ Nat. Bank.
300,000 797,851 2,373,022 100
Provident Sav. Bank
50,000
7,648
66,078 50
Savings Bk. of Rich..
100.000
87,361 1,080,154 40
State Bk. of Virginia
500,000 295,431 2,276,714 100
Union Bk. of Richm.
219,750 288,210 1,421,581 50
Richmond Tr. & 8.D. 1,000,000 612,825 1,089,134 LO
O
Southern Trust Co..
100,000
14,582
O
166,27< LO
Virginia Trust Co...
500,000 104,507
515,7 If 100
* Sale price.
t Book value.
P This is capital paid In; authorized amount is larger.

193
115
260
160
200
240

200
120
300
165
280
300

Per

105
68
Per

share

190
sh a re

180,000
200,000

150.000
150.000

100.000

300.000

S u r p lu s
< P r o fits
&

$

48.000
40.000
68,073
129,566
12,434
67,856

Cross
Deposits.

P»

A sk .

Per

966,205
4,662,616
1,870,473
2,268,101
862,48t
2,927,365

B id .

share

106

IO
C

106
106

LO
O

106

100.000

19,932 1,751,66V 106
37,192 1,818,054 IOC
236,329, 3,355,02) 100

250.000

162,505 1,942,475 L C
O
465,3 3 10(
31,636
46.619
902,696 IOC
76,07; 1,995,127 106
1,860,437 106

100,000
100,000

100.000

200,000
200,000
100,000

2,937
412,547
100,000
50,000 In handsl of receiver
56,156: 1,725,439
200,000
23,1821 9b9.54t
200,000
29,765; 1,056,801
300,000

100
100
100

LO
O

WEST VIRGINIA.
W h ee l in g —

Bank of Ohio Valley
Bank of Wheeling...
CentreWheeling Sav
City Bk. of Wheeling
Commercial Bank...
Dollar Sav’gs Bank.
German Bank........
Germania Half-Dol
lar Savings Bank..
Nat. Bank of W. Va
Nat’l Exch. Bank_
_
People’s Bank........
Quarter Savings Bk.
South Side Bank.....
Wheel. Title &Tr. Co,

100 89
100! 131 135"
100:......
100 i .......
ioo ! .......
100| 201
100 3C0

175.000
200.000
25.000
150.000
100.000
100,000
80.000

50,00f
23,395
1,407
95,898
59,564
62,282
236,987

50.000
200,000
300.000
100.000
25.000
25.000
100,000

8,622
504,026 100 115
503,784 100 150 .......
75,086
201,997 2,598,813 100 218
492,600 100| .......
55,080
100,918 100 105
1,628
444,978 1001 .......
25,991
667,211 100 ...... .......
15,316

1,000,000
1,317,997
68,012
1,334,019
542,667
1,178.450
1,656,782

WISCONSIN.
L a C rosse.—
Batavian Bank___
ExehangeStateBank
German-Amer. Bank
Nat.Bk. of La Crosse
Security Savings Bk.
State B’k of La Crosse
Milw au kee .—

200,000

25.000
50.000
250.000
30.000
50.000

116 120
26
26% F irst N a tio n a l B a n k . 1,500,000
33
200.000
German-Amer. Bank
200
300.000
Marine Nat. Bank270
300.000
Marshall & Ilsley B’k
26% 267 MU. Nat. Bank of W.
8
450.000
127
500.000
Nat. Exchange Bank
320
200.000
Second Ward Sav. Bk
100,000
West Side Bank___
66
Wisconsin Nat. Bank 1 , 000,000
165 166% Milwaukee Trust Co.
200,000
165
Security Trust Co ..
200,000
157 160
Wisconsin Fidelity,
112
Tr. &S. D. Co.......
125,000
135

46,833 2,944,094 100 .
160
3,763
120,042 100 ;.
120
652,243
19,859:
130
....... * 195
107,900 2,815,503
........
923
70,859
49,210 j 752,473
170
760,895
60,222
67.425
97,949
87,076
194,447
465,124
12.425
421,351

15,742,343 ioo ;
1,194,715
3,477,359
4,092,627
2,960,563 TOO
5,093,228 100
‘
7,036,996 250
821,278 100
9,654,416 100
d
d

100

TOO,

* Sale price.
t Book value.
d No deposits; does not do a general banking business.

CANADA.
O a vita l.
P a i d in .

NEW BRUNSWICK.
C a p ita l.
P a i d in .

F redericton —
eople’s Bk. of N. B.
St , John —
Bank of New Brnns.
St . S te ph e n —
8t. Stephen’s Bank..

P r ic e s

R eserve
Fund.

a re p e r c ent,

P ’r

n ot p er

B id .
sh a re.

160,000

500,000

700,000 2,706,428 100 300
45,000

NOVA SCOTIA.

D ep osits.

P ’r

B id .

Ask.

a re per c ent, n o t p er share.
$
2,492,360 2,592,360 14,830,304 100 240 245
8,000,000 2,000,000 A49403057 50 155 156
2.500.000 2.500.000 20,330,540 50 243 244
2.500.000 2.125.000 17,568,365 100 247 249
1,399,680 425.000 8,362,991 lo t 129% 131%
700,000
740,711 110.000
1,000.000 850.000 9,298,463 50 241% 245
1.350.000 350.000 8,800,741) 100 117
P ric e s

D ep osits.

$
180,000

200,000

R e s e rv e
Fund.

413,588 150

262,445 100

T oronto —
Bank of Toronto...
Can. Bank of Com...
Dominion Bank.....
Imperial Bk. of Can.
*290
Ontario Bank....... .
Sovereign B’k of Can.
301% Standard Bank.......
Traders’ Bank.L.......
Ask.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
CHARLOTTETO’ N—
Mer. Bk. of P. E . Is.

300,013

175,000

929,162

QUEBEC.
H alifax —
Bank of Nova Scotia 2,000,000 2,800,000 A !8843349 100
Halifax Banking Co.
600,000 500,000 3,812,864 20 168% 172
Mo ntreal —
Peop. Bk. of Halifax
700.000 280,000 2,583,172 20 132% 134% Bank of Montreal... 12,000,000 8,000,000 A83282503
Royal Bk.of Canada 2,000,000 1,700,000 A13446920 100
Bk. of Br. Nor. Am. 4,866,666 1,776,333 A15088037
Union Bk. of Halifax
900.000 575,000 3,593,477 50 163% 172
1,967,000 950,000 7,141,652
Mer/*Bank of Can... 6,000,000 2,700,000 A20647923
W indsor—
Molson’s Bank....... 2,500,000 2,150,000 15,830,769
Com. Bk. of Windsor
350,000
60,000
977,017 40 96 100
818,246 - ...................
886,425
ProvineialBk.of Can.
Y arm outh —
Q uebec—
Bank of Yarmouth..
300,000
40,000
475,788 75 93
97
Banque Natlonale... J,445,396 350.000 4,593,511
Exch. Bk. of Yarm,.
265,608
40,000
278,512
Quebec Bank.......... 2,500,000 800,000 7,155,660
Union Bank of Can. 2,000,000 650,000 7,733,511
ST. H ya c in th e —
ONTARIO.
Ban.deSt.Hyaointhe
327,290
75,000 1,083,035
H am ilton —
S t , Johns —
Bank of Hamilton.. 2,000,000 1,600,000 13,589,148 100
10,000
Banque de St. Jean.
209,299
263,162
Q shaw a —
S herbrooke —
Western Bk. of Can.
418,389 150,000 2,529,281 100
East. Townships Bk. 1.957,810 1,20 >,000 6,851,216
Ot t a w a —
h In c lu d in g d e p o s its e ls e w h e re th an in C an ad a.
Bank of Ottawa___
2.000,000 1,765,000 10,952,969 100 215
H P a r o f th is b a n k is £ 5 0 .

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200
IT
100
100
50
25

255
135
150
213

215

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145

30
100 117
60 123
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