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FERRY COMPANIES.
| - rn -| K_ by William E. Nichols & Co.. No. 15 Wall-st.)
TT ~" ~ ~ 1 Int. period. I Bid. 1 Asked.
r;t>cklj-n Ferry -ork :. 17 | 19
shoten Ferry Ist Ss, 1948. M. &N. *10SH »110
'io etock. TO ■ 73
-C V * E R Ferry Co stock. Q.-21. TS W
' tola mtc ss. 1922 M. _ X. 92 84
v V * H F Con ss. 18*6 ... J. _ D. . S5 87
icth & 23d SF Ist mg 55.1»19i J. &D. 100 105
[nioß FofN T& B stock.. | J.-Q 45H 46*
NT *KJ? ______ rr.t«ss. IS<4<J: J. &j. Mt 111
•And tnterert.
BANK STOCKS.
{Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wail-st.)
II Dividend. I I
Capital. I when ! Bid. lAilfd.
I parabl*. I I
Awerca J1.500.000 IS J. _ J. 540 j f.60
Itriencar. Exch... 5.000.000 BM._ N. 270 i 259
J_£Tr NaUonal... 830,000 20 Quar. J. 750 1,000
jjr» e -. 250,000 6J. _J. 325 —
B'tadway 1.000.000 12 J. & J. 340 360
-Iners _ Drov. SOO.OOO 160 ; 173
r.-InJ .... 1.000.000 sj._ J. ISO -M
#r ,' - lOu.ooo 150 170
rVLf* I.OtiO.OdO 12 J. _ J. 700 —
Chatham ..—_... 45<;.000 16 Cuar. J. S4O ] SCO
£h»'nlcal ... —•• 300.000 150 81-ra. J. 4.530 4.4.%0
Silxtzxt .~ 1.530:000 CJ.& J. 1 205 215
SJ. 25.000.000 6M.& N. ; 525 535
S»aierce 10.0-iO.OOO SJ. & J. 545 S.V>
Coital •» ■ -
gaurV.bis COO.OOO •» J. _ J. ' rSO —
Srn Exchange.... 2,000.000 12 F. &A. I 440 450
¥£st R1\er....... 250,000 BJ.it J. 155 —
rrrp-e State.....: IOC.OOO ; _■ 210
SJelity _ 200,000 - 210 —
l-i'-st National.... 10.000.0v0l - ■ Ouar. J. K!<l WO
rjftr. National.... 200.000; 12 J& J. I 37.1 43
■Flfj Avenue lOO.OOOjIOO Quar. J. 4.000 | —
fourth National.. 3.000.000! 7J.& J. '-» • 150
I-ourteenth Street lOO.OnOI BM. _ N. 200 IM
Oa'let:n j 1.000.000 12 A. _ O. 425 433
Gansevocrt 200.000 140 —
X-rSeld J LOOU.OUO 12 Quar. M. SIX) —
German-Amer. ..{ 7M.CK«I fl F. &A. 155 ICS
G*Tnan Exch 200'«X> 14 J. & J. ! SSO —
O*r_ianta 1 200.000' »M. _ N. j COO —
Oree-wic- SOO.OOOi 6M._ N. 300 —
H_m:lton I -■• 6J.- I. 170 —
Hixover 3.000.000 10 J. & J. 640 | «63
Importers _ Trad 1.500.000 20 J. & J. 670 —
I- nr 1 1.P00.0C0 BJ. -J- 1 220 ! 230
jefltrson 200.0(« 175 —
Leather Manul... 600.0001 10 J. _J. 2CO 2J*r»
«_l^-r T 500.000 ! 20 Quar. J. 850 —
£ncola SCQ.QO-i IS Quar. F. LOv* _
JJsnhattan Co ! 2.050.000 10 F. _ A, 525 S4O
Market _ Fulton.' 800.000 10 J. _J. 2« i 275
Vetr^polls .i i 1.000. 12 J. _ T>. 4i>o I —
Mechanics' 2.000.000 SJ. &J. 255 ] 295
Mechanics & Tr.. i 700.000J 6J.& J. 160 168
Mercantile I 1.000.000 1 SJ. &J. 525 ! —
J!ercn_=ts- I 2.000.000 '. J. &J. ISS ] IPO
Merchants* Exch.! 6*}.000l €J. _J. ICO ! —
>lour.t Morris 250.000 225 | 255
vfj-tuil 200.000 -u-J —
csaa S00.«.«00 SM. _N. 1»5 —
jcat Bark cIUS. £.00.000 ' 350 : —
New-Amster N't. 500,000 1 S2 Quar. J. 650 | .-5
N* YN B A I 2,000.0001 10 J. & J. 340 I SSO
j; T County. Wj.ooo' 50 J _ J Lsoo i —
y y Nat Exch 500.000 I B Quar. M. 250 ) —
Ktneteents V,"ard. fOO.OOO 150 ; —■
>.-orth America.... 2,0C>0.0W BJ._ J. 250 2.0
OrienuU 300.000 10 J. _ J. 215 —
Pscifie _ -.. 422.700 E Quar. F. 215 ' .40
P.TIC _ 2.000.000 15 J. & J. 625 I 650
Fecple'« .- 230,000 10 J. _J. 250 ' —
pv e 1.0. i.->»: — 125 IS3
v-i»a _ -„ IOO.O^i CSO —
Produce Exch.... 1.000.000 IA. -O. lfiO —
Kiverside 100.000 BJ. _J. 800 —
Eeaboaifl ........ SOO.fklO 6J. A3. 550 —
S^ond* 800.000 12 3. &J. 650 -
Bevenih 1.700.0UW 135 145
Choc _ _e«t_er.. 1.0.».000 |» —
g^te 100P00 20 J. _ J. &-'O —
Tw«lrt_ Ward.... 2f»'.oi<o ! 6J. *J. HO —
Vwenty-ttlrd Wdi lOO.vMj 5F._ A. 110 —
United National.. 1.000.000' 130 140
Varlck 10<. .<•*>' |W —
v,_?hi_gt:_ 100,000 ■ 555 —
"Washington Hts.. 100.000 200 —
Western I.l«0.«8e j 610 —
•West Side 200.000 12 J. _ J. si*> , —
Xorkvllle 100.000 i 240 ; —
TRUST AND SUitETi: COMPANIES.
CReported by Cltntcn Gilbert. Na. S Wall-et.)
m ~~ I 1 Dividend. i I
N_j_^ Capltai. I «hra j Bii. AalCd.
--""" I payable. | I
Alliance Realty., js3j s3. ooo,COO| 6 Quar . J. I 125 j ISS
AUar-Uc 1.500.0001 fc Quar. M. M : -_«'
Arcer Surety Co.i 2.5y0.000j fe Quar. J. ) IC6 1.5
Bd - Mt« Gr Co. 2._».000 10 QuSLr. J. SSO —
BowUng Green... 2.5tCJ.000 210 220
Ercafiway ; 700,tX»0 !'•> ; io»
Br oJ kl>-_ 1.000.-OU 16 Quar. J. 440 —
cSt^il I.OOO.CKWI GO Qu£r. J. 1.&10 1.030
Cent Realty C 0... _.«00.080 6J.& J. . 120 130
Cfcn P. B- & T Cc. I.&* 000 12 J. * J. to Sos
Ctv 1.000.000 »F. 4 A. 4UO 415
Co-tI-«Dl_l 1.000.000 « Quar. J. 645 CbO
Colcr'.ai 1.000.00u| 10 J. _J. V^J —
Equitable 1.000.000! 6J.&J. »o -
Farmers' _ _ Tr. 1.000.000J *0 Quar. F. L»__ 1.525
nth Aye Tt Co. 1.00U.0.W1 12 Quar. J. MO t>.o
•c-i. t bu<h .... SllO.OOO" SJ. & J. l<o —
Frarj-m Hn.::: 1.000.«» 12 Quar. J. _i ZM
Guaranty Tr Co..| 2.000.000 16 Quar. J. 75« i*>
•Haniiton S(W«W 6 Qaar. F. 330 330
SS-- Realty.:. 1.000.000) 6J.- J. I 110 -
Int^- Bk* Corp... 3.0.>0.a«3( I 200 2C"5
KirSs CountrT... 500.0.J0 j 10 Quar F. 440 -
Kaict»rbocker ... LOOO.IWO 7J.& J. g 625
j.——-—' x & l'cs 2 000.0<X>1 6F. & A. 4-;> 430
H^'r? MI C^ 11000 OCOf 3J.4D =40 -
I>-,S Isl L & T..i 1.WW.000 10 Quar. J. 2fes —
M__uf_^Sr_^".: 'aooioaotio *__. * sao ko
Mfr «.,ii, 2.000 f»00 :<f> Quar. J. 1.100 —
SorSS ..:~"..Z 2.0*0 000 »5-*r- X 1^» I- 110
Merchants' >«I ffi ' | -
s__si-__i :.-.. M«f«g io I- * x coo
Si Surety Co..i _g.__y '- f" * U_ I <M
SStfe Am Tr Co., 2-OOn.of-O 13. «J. -" "1
i.- v T_M ; -v Co S 800 '<"O 10 Jan. & igi s_[™
N V Realty Co.-. sloOO.rtO, 10 Jan. 182VS 16. H
2C V Security & T l-«»-«" 32 Quar- r - .S 1.4-
Trußt Co of Am.. 2.50.>.Cj0 TJ. &J- gg
rs'il'iTCs 8I«»(V# 14 .1. & J. 4.5 —
g^»:::: 2.^:^o. mj. *i. m a
Wa___B«t«i . :V ij 220 230
Wllllamsburr . Ttw.OOOl -J. -J- ■ — ' i
BOSTOX STOCKS.
CFumished tyK.U lay 4 Co.. No. S Saasau-st>
* *£>£?*& AU^h! m she Mach Aus^ Au %P
O'7a>loiy .r.:'-210 2K. Centennial Mm 1? J§U
a^S» »SSSS-JS". : :i« ;.;■
4% Elec :::^ JS l^r.nn^ln::: l^ Vt
Dominion C0»X..185>» IST IB 9OH 16« IW*
CHICAGO STOCKS.
<Tomisb«<J br Tracy ft. Co.. No. 40 Wall-sO
"~~~ I Open. I High. I Low. | Close.
"■-^.tci - ::■■ «U ,« ! ,** &*
Diamond Matca «* J^ "Vo
l*ke Street iSJ ~~ i 7i 7 S7
NorUJweet*rn eeairaon £• ?o SO SO
EtreeU ccarfloa " 3 ' *" ' w
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
* I^PJ-*,^ 8^ * 8 " "£"£,<.
*,v. M 814. Asked.
5 «% W I Pfenn Et ** J «»•- — iiw,
Hi^i^
Elec Et Bat Co. || |g ™* i Erie.... l*& M ,
J n l£2*v- N A■- 74 75 Tidewater Steel.. « 6>*
Korti»™c«t..l=4 -^^
. ««ii "A ' Vewark Pass 55. 11611 HWi
As* Co cf Am 5. WA *f people! Trac 45.105 1«H
■»•'« Afphalt 6s. — *_L -
SAX FRAXCISCO STOCKS.
„_ Justice •••• /I
-Alta - Kentucky Cor V <»
Alpha Con 04_aiy Washington Con.. .©4
Andes ..-...-•-.■••-*"* '.ri.u.rtrai
ISfS BeiVh-er::^:::: i£
g^kiw::::::^-::: ,M, M g£r.;;;:::::::::::: f?
CaJedoela 'o^poto«4 if
Ch*Jle««. 000 ?s3irsjre - 'S5
Ccr-tieac* . . J3J gf^ Nevada -20
Ccn Cal * Va. 1- £ rn ,j, ca t • ■<*
£L" Ir °^rf 00 St. Uout» — -2}
Crown Point — B»«7:::-::::::::: r:
GOOia ft Cnrry g v-fth Con ??
Hale yoreroi» "o4 TelSw Jacket 1*
Julia ••-...-»••••••»••• * '
TRADE 19 CHICAGO.
• /or^>»aJ>— August wheat to-day
hicago. Aug. 2 CAC A £ a the Dumber
* *% 1 Sortberr wheat Is le
S2_ ) sr___z •„?*_». «- ___
bushels at primary points, aerain«t 980,000 bushels
a year ago; 460.000 bushel? at Kansas City and St.
Louis, against - 405,000 bushels, ji Armour -is Icr.g a
great deai of SeptemDer and short December, play
ing for a big premium in the-nearby month. The
visible supply will increase largely on Monday.
World's shipments --ill b* abcut 5.000.000 bushels.
There wii! be a d«-crea«* on passage. The ■weather
is fine.
The corn situation is not very unlike the wheat
near futures strong, the deferred indifferent. Au
gust to-day is up l%c. September up l%c and the
May up only *£c. September opened at Sff^c. scld
between 56% c and &Sc, and closed at 57?4c, bid.
There were only 58 cars here: only 40 expected on
Monday. The cash corn is from 2c to 4c over the
futures, even the No. 3 corn at 60c, while the Sep
tember closed at 57% c. The Cudahy-Harris-Gates
party is short the September, and holds the cash
corn. The Patten-Bartlett-Frazier interest is buy
ing a great deal of September corn.
Cash oats were strong: old No. 3 white, 55c; the
new No. 3 white, 45c. These cash prices are 10c
to 20c over the September future, and that fact is
creating a bull party on the September. August
closed at 37c; September, 33c: December, 31c; old
September. 25?4c. Receipts, 117 cars; estimate for
Monday. 120 cars. Cash demand extraordinary, and
pretty nearly all the oats taken in on July con
tracts already sold. Kansas City reported a car
of new No. 2 corn from Oklahoma.
Flax futures were 3c higher on cables from Ar
gentine announcing frost; September, $1 36. and
October. fl 33. At the three points there were 6 cars
of seed, against 13 last year.
Provisions were Ftrong, pork up 12% c to 22% c,
lard up i: ! 2c2 c to 15c and ribs up 2 J jc to 2214 c. The
provision stocks provpd very much less than ex
pected—decreases instead of increases. The world's
stock of lard decreased for July 18,408 tierces,
against 22.000 increase a year ago.
.fiuanciai
A CENTURY OF COPPER
The Nineteenth Century- was an age of iron
because it ~as an age of steam. The Twen
tieth Century is likely to be an age of copper
because it will be a century of electrical de
velopment.
Copper is as much a concomitant o' the use
of electricity as iron was of the use of steam.
Long before the close of the century— great
progrre i will be made in the first decade of it
railroads of all kinds will use electric instead
of steam motors, the 6torage battery will be per
fected bo as to permit its universal employment
in highway traffic, the waterfalls of the worid
wh. " c harnessed to the world's factories, and
electricity will be the universal motive power.
The amount of copper required to accom
plish this will be almost beyond computation.
Xo other metal can take its place, either as an
electrical conductor or as a universal alloy.
Th world will get its copper, as it now get
its iron, where it can get it cheapest, but there
is iron everywhere, while copper is found only
in a comparatively few places in the world. A
great copper mine is. therefore, more valuable
than a great iron mine. It has beea recently
proved in court by sworn testimony that copper
is now produced on the famous Verde Copper
E:lt in Tavapai County. Arizona, for three and a
hatf cent* a pound. It is produced nowhere else
In the world for less than twice that cost.
The mines of the GEORGE A. TREADWELL
MINING COMPANY are in this richest belt in
the world and constitute the largr '. and best part
of tl.e district. In fact, with the exception of the
properties of the United Verde Copper Com
pany, there is not much of value on the Verde
Belt outside of __c property of the GEORGE
A. TREADWELL MINING COMPAN '. and the
Treadwell property is Just as rich and many
times as extensive as that of the United Verde.
It is to Professor Treadwell that the world owes
both properties, for he first recognized the riches
of the United Verde Mine, as well as of the
property to which he has given his name.
The capitalization of the GEOROE A. TREAD
WELL HlXiyO COM PAST— notwithstanding Ma
imn-.:iise and immensely rich properties and vn
ritalled prospects— is only $3,000,000 and the par
value of its shorts $10.
A limited amount of tie Treasury stock
is for sale at $12.50 a chare until August
10th, and at $13.5 o a share after that date.
Make checks payable to the order of the
George L Ireadweli Mining 00.
and send to
27 William Street. New York,
MYRA B. MARTIN.
Secretary.
Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville
Railway Company.
Keir Tork. July SI, 1903.
Tn the StocUholder* of the Chicaso, Indian
apolis & Louisville Railway Company.
Referring to the offer submitted in the circular of the
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company ar»s the South
ern Railway Company, dated May 20. 1802. and Us* notice
o? July Ist. 1&02. extending such offer t» and including
July 31. 1&02 notice is hereby given that holders of 72
per ■- r.i. of the Preferred and WVa per cent, of the Com
mon Btock*«( the Chicago. In«lanapoliß & Louisville Rail
way Company have cow accepted the otter and deposited
their chares pursuant to the terms thereof.
The time for depositing stock Is further extended to and
including AI'GIST SI, lOOSj but only on condition that
stockholders so depositing their stock ehall not be entiilej
to receive any portion of 'he purchase price therefor in
cash, but only In bonds. The cptloa to take ca»h in lieu
of 60 per cent, of the par amount of the bonds to be re
ceived by such depositing stockholder having expired by
limitation, Is SOT EXTENDED.
Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company,
Southern Railway Company,
By J. P. MOUG «it CO..
D<-l>o»ilurlf v.
The Toledo Railways & Light Company.
Toledo. 0.. Jujy 30, 1902.
On and after Au«ust 6th. 19C2. the interim certlflcates
for th« capital »tock of the above Company may be pre
sented at ih« office of the Western Rewrve Trust Com
pany 1 Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. 0.. who WfU l«ue In
eXLhatnge an order on the New York Transfer Agents.
Kean. Van CorUandt & Co.. 26 Nassau Street, for definitive
engraved certiScates representing an equal number of
6hares.
EDWIN O. HEED, Secretary.
SAND FORK PtTKOLEU>I CO.
A>D NATIONAL. CONSOLIDATED OIL. CO.
ENGLISH Stockholders In the** Companit-e invite
AMERICAN holders of bhares in the same to oommurn
ca L,.. ters •tatirp the number of shares held an«l prices
cald tor tbem, to be addres»ed:
"" SECKETART PKEST.. M^.w-d^Park Bg^^
A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR A PARTY
■*^ with $35 000 cash, for a small building operation;
■aill Day partj from f15,000 to $2u.000 profit in a few
montha. SUIL.DER. Bo» 106. TrlPune Ofhce,
'ANTED.— I,OOO INVESTORS IN THE
** Etock of a boia flde "Antl Trust" manufacturing
corc«rn. well located and doing *uee«sfu! buaineas; r*.
turrs Kuaranteed. Send flve two cent stamps for fuU
prospertuT ROBERT A. MOORE. «00-«12 E. fhelps Aye..
Spricgfleld. Mo. ____________
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NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1902.
financial. _ j finanrial-
CHICiOO, HOGK ISLAND AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
To the Holders of Stock of
The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company:
Chicago. Rock IslanJ and Pacific Railroad Comprny <of Iowa) hereby oCers to purchase all out
standing- stock }f The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway Cornoanr. certificates for which shall, on or before
the first day of September. 1902. be deposited under the terms of this offer with Central Trust Company of
New Tork. Xo. 54 Wall Street. In the City of New York: and for each share of stock of said Railway Company,
of the par value of $100. so deposited, to deliver
$100 in its Four P«r Ceal. Gold Bonds of 2002,
S7O ia the Preferred Stock of Ths Rock Island Company (of New Jersey), and
SIOO ia the Common Slock of The Rock Island Company (of N«w Jersey).
Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company is a railroad corporation organized under
the lews M the State of lowa, with power to acquire the lines of railroad and the capital stock of the present Chi
cago. Rock Island and Pacific Hallway Company. Its authorized securities are
$125,000,000 Stcck.
$75,000,000 Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds, known ai Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Company Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2002.
The Four Per Cent. Goid Bonds of 2C02 are limited to the aggregate face amount of $75,000,000. are to be se
cured under a trust agreement with Central Trust Company of New Tork by the deposit and pledge of all shares
of the capita! stock of the present Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company which may be acquired ur
this offer of purchase or otherwise, and caja be Limed only to a race amount eqnal to the par value
of the stock pledged under the trust njfreement.
The bonds are to mature November 1. 2002. to bear Interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum from No
vember 1. 1902. payable seml-annually on the first days of May and November, both principal and Interest to be
payable in the City of New Tork. free of tax. The bonds are coupon bonds for $1,000 each, with tht privilege of
registration as to principal, and registered bonds In the denomination of J6.000, or multiples thereof. The coupon
bonds and registered bonds are interchangeable.
The Rook Inland Company is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of New Jersey. It has
no mortgage indebtedness. I_ authorized capital stock is H150.000.000 In two classes:
554.000.000 Non-Cumulative Preferred Stock.
596.000.0C0 Common Stock.
The preferred stock is entitled to non-cumulative yearly dividends at the rate of four per cent p*r annum for
the year 1903 and for each and every year thereafter until and Including the year 1009; at the rate of five per cent,
per annum for the year 1910 and for each and every year thereafter until and including the year 1916; and a. the
rate of sx per cent, uer annum thereafter. The preferred stock Is also preferred as to capital. The holders of the
preferred etock are entitled to elect a majority of the directors, but such privilege may be surrendered witft tne
consent of the holders of two-thirds in amount of the preferred stock. The amount of the preferred stoc_ canuoi
be Increased save with the consent of two-thirds of each elas* of stock.
The Rock Islacd Company has entered into arreements with Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Com
pany (of Iowa), under which In consideration of deliveries of its preferred and common stock for the purposes c
the foreg-lng offer. The Reck Island Company win become the owner, as issued, of the capital stock of the I.,wa
Company. Accordingly, upon the acceptance of such offer by all stockholders of the present Company, the lowa
Company will have acquired the entire capital stock of the present Company, while th* entire capital stock of trie
lowa Company will in turn be held by The Rock Island Company, so that through the stocks of The Rock Isl
and Company to be delivered in pursuance of this offer of purchase, the j-roportionata Interest of stockholders of
the present Chicago. Rack Island and Pacific Railway Company In the railroad properties and 'n their future earn
ings is preserved. The capital stock of The Rock Island Company JOt required for the purposes of this offar Is re
served for futu^t i«su« for the acquisition of additional properties and other corporatt purposes.
Any holder deslnns to sel. nis stock must deposit his stock certifies v.ith proper Instruments of transfer in blank
on or before the close of business on September 1. 1002. with CENTRAL TRIST COMPAQ! OF >E\\
-YORK No. 54 WILL STREET, in the City of New Tork. for which a proper deposit receipt, trans
able by delivery will be issued, entitling the holder on. or at any time after the first day of November. 1902. on
the surrender of his deposit receipt, to the delivery of the new securities at the rates stated and tothe payment
in cash of an amount equal to any dividend which may be paid on or prior to November 1. 1902. on shares
represented by the deposit receipt.
The Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds of 2002 will bo lwued only In the denomination of $1,000 each, and the stock
of The Rock Island Company only In shares of $100 each. For fractional amount, of bonds or stock, to which hold
ers of deposit re. eipts may "become entitled, warrants will be delivered specifying, respectively, the fractional
■mounts * b-r,d= and of stock to which the holders thereof are entitled, and such warrants, when cumulated with
other like warrant, so as to aggregate $1,000 (or any multiple thereof) face amount, of such boefc or WtO any
multiple thereof) par amount, of stock of the same class, shall be exchangeable for a like axnount of such bond, or
of stock of such class. Such warrants will not carry Interest or dividends.
Pending the preparation of engraved bonds and stock certiflcates. deliveries may be mad. of Interim receipts
therefor.
The holders of a majority of the stock of The Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific Railway Company have signified their intention to accept the foregoing; offer.
The new stock cf The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company when Issued under outstandin sub
senpuon" rtiflc^tes. will also be purcha^ but o_ly at the time of it. Iseue. on similar terms, of which notice will
be given to holders of subscription certificates.
By order of the Board of Directors,
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND AND PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,
by WILLIAM T. RANKIN. ,
President.
THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY GOMPANt.
CHICAGO. ILL.. July 81. 1902.
To the Holders of the Stock of this Company:
The Board of Director, of Th. Chicago. Rock IHa_4 a nd Pacific Railway Company, at a meetln* of aald Board,
held this day. adopted the following resolution:
Resolved, TUat the proposition of the Chicago, Hock Island and
Pacific Railroad Company, dated July 31. 1902. for the purchase of the
shares of the capital stock of this Company, having been approved by
the holder* of ■ majority of thl. Company's capital stock, Including the
members of the Board of Directors, i* hereby recommended to the
stockholders as one which, in the Judgment of the members of the
Board, it is to the interest of stockholders to accept.
W. B. LEEDS.
President.
B. R. CABLE.
Chairman of tho Boaid. GEORGE H. CROSBT,
Secretary.
FIDELITY TRUST GOMP^NY
NEWARK, N. J.
CAPITAL 51.500.000.00
lurplus:: 3,500,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 212,694.72
Accounts of Manufacturers, Herchants, Corporations, Estates and
Individuals Solicited.
Out-of-town items collected and credited at par (Free of Exchange.
Interest Allowed on Daily Balances.
OFFICERS:
ra *X H. MofAnTpn .. Pr-ident JOHX F. °»™f &nd
thomvs I V9- M S» T cW' OR ;;:;;;;;;;;-:;::::::.::;:::: Secretary and Tre. u .r
JS^^ym^W^:"::^yy^^^^ £** «^«t«, and Assist. Treasurer
... _>. trvvivnim JAVE=» H HVDK LESLIE O. WARD.
JOHN F. DKYDEN, JAS_W. ALEXANDER. JAMB! H. «£^ gCHEE R ER-
E . b. THOB. colei UZAL H McCAFTKK JEROME TAYLOR. J H B.M.LAXTINE.
HENRY S. REDMOND c CHARLES A^mCK^ „ McIXTYRE ._
Conkers ano SroKCTg.
Hountze Brothers,
BANKERS,
Broad-»a» & Cedar St. NEW YORK.
IBBITX
Letters of Credit
for o»e of travellers. nTa!l»blo in all pu-! ol the orUS.
Investment SecuritieSo
H. B. Ifollins & Co.,
WALL & EROADSTS., NEW YORK.
of Grebtt.
Dr*<w Bills of Exchange and m*kt
Cable Transfers.
Investment Securities,
Agents International & Mortgage Bank
of Mexico.
WILLARO JONES & CO.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Members N. Y. Stock Exchange,
7 WALL STREET, SEW YORK.
STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND
SOLJ3 ON COMMISSION.
Anrn'tni 9. Gnrlian>. Jobn B. Van Srhalek,
Tel. 5930 <fc 5D31 Cortlaadt. Cabl* Tarpoleum.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
-V V. StooU Bxcnanir*.
IIEMBCRI OK Produce Exchange, «J»«1
Chlca K o Board of Trade.
7 WALL STREET.
Baltimore. Marylaaa Trust Balldlns.
WANTED.
GREEVWICH BA.VK STOCK.
PAC. PACKING A XAV. CO. 7% PREFERRED.
SiPgSUd,. CHAS. r. SICKELS
NO. 6 W_i_, ST.
N. T. City Bank ma Trust Co. Blocks a Specialty.
NEW TORK. July 31. 190&
Dankcrs anD DroKcrs.
Vermilye & Co
BANKERS.
Nassau and Pine Sts., New York.
Continental Trust building, Baltimore.
13 Congress Street, Boston.
Dealers in
U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS
and other
INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed oa
balance- subject to Draft at sight.
Private Wires to Boston,
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond*
red'R ?. IHarquaiMl
3.-.-3T BItOAD SXIIKET.
STOCK.® c*J BONDS
For iiiTri>tmen( or on murKin.
nook of lluiluii) atatUtlca, mMmm «liurt« islt
iua" daily ttuctnatlons of thf moat active)
Hnilivnj and Industrial aitoeks. on aitiilica
tton.
Fred J. Pitnon. Jr., Wm. J. Campbell, A» Buyter Holltm
Mem. of N. T. Stock Exchange. Special.
J. F. Pierson, Jr., &. Co.,
Stocks, Bonds & Investment Securities.
U WAIX STREET.
American Writing Paper Co. Securities
BOI'GHT AVI) SOLD.
Henry Clew a. James B. Clew*. John H. Clewa.
Member K. T. Stock Ex. Member N. Y. Stock Ex.
C. P. Holzderbcr. Member N. Y. Stock Exchance.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANKERS.
ii, 13, 15 and 17 Broad St.
Orders executed for iuvestiumt or on margin.
Interest allowed on deposits, subject to check.
Financial Agents for Corporations aud Inves
tors.
Oovernment and other High-Grade
Bonds bought and . sold.
BRANCH OFFICES: -
•58 3d Are, ' Cor. STU» St. I 202 sth Aye cor. SBth St.
4ST B"way. 'Bilk Ex BM«. I 68 Worth _ 89 Thomas St.
87 Hudson St.. Merc. Ex. I 1* Court St.. Brooklyn.
r -Ti-asiiaL ; zinaxuxai.
HARD COAL
I $9.50 and $10 Per Ton.
THE
BLACK DIAMOND
ANTHRACITE COAL CO..
Hon. T. V. POWDERLY, President,
HA? OVER
10,000.000 TOJVS
OF 'RED ASH COAL.
ANTHRACITE AUTHORITIES state that th* pric- r.f har<; coal *1U n^r fall below 17 per
ton in the next eighteen months.
THE COMPANY'S PROPERTY— THE PETER STARR ESTATE— IS ONE OF THE
RICHEST HARD COAL PROPERTIES LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT
COAL FIELDS OF PENNSYLVANIA. AT BRANCHDALE. SCHUYLKILL COUNTY.
NEAR POTTSVILLE. IMMEDIATELY SURROUNDED BY READING AND LEHIGH
VALLEY COAL LAND. AND BY READING COLLIERIES THAT HAVE BEEN IN OP
ERATION FOR THE PAST FORTY YEARS.
THE COAL IS THERE, and nothing remains but to mine and ship it.
A MAJORITY OF THE SPECIAL ALLOTMENT OF STOCK >OW OFFERED AT T5 CE*T_
PER SHARE HAS BEEN SUBSCRIBED. IN ORDER TO «ECI RE ASY STOCK AT THIS PRICSI
SUBSCRIPTIONS MIST BE FORWARDED AT O.NCE.
Immediately upon the sale of this special allotment the stock WILL ADVANCE to $1.00
PER SHARE
SEND FOR FULL PARTICULARS AND DETAILED INFORMATION REGARDING
THE COMPANY AND ITS PROPERTY. Address inquiries and make checks payable to t_«
order of EDWARD PAYSON CONE, Treasurer
BLACK DIAMOND ANTHRACITE COAL CO.,
Bankers an_ BroKcrg.
Redmond, h™
Kerr&Co. Investment
.f*""" 8 ■ Securities.
41 Wall St., IT. Y. r
232 La S_lle St., Tra_sact a
Chicago. I General Foreign
PhUade phia : a d Domestic
Graham, Kerr & Co. j Banking Business
ISSUE
Letters of Credit
Sterling. Francs. Me^rks
or Dollars, pa.ya_ble in.
all parts of the world.
U. S. Realty & Construction Co.
(Deliverable when issued.)
Cent. Realty Bond & Trust Co.
New York Realty
Alliance Realty
■ DEALT IX BY
P, J. Goodhart A Co.
Teleptor.s 6445 Cortlandt. 57 BROaDWAT.
Membera X. Y. Stock Exchange.
N. V. Realty Corp.,
Central Realty Bd. & Tr. Co.,
Lawyers' Title Ins. Co.,
DEALT IX
CLINTON GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
ANTED.
American Brass M«»ok.
American Fire Engine Bonds.
International Fire Engine Stocks.
FOR SALE.
Hastings Faveinent Stock.
Frederic H, Hatch,
NO. SO BHOAU STREST.
Telechone I's22 Broad.
Mnnlclpnl W a^'^.n^-r ■ <"N
B »BOND8
"iJSTS MAILE^D UPON APPLICATION.
Deposits Kecviv»j Subject to Check.
Lawrence Barnum & Co.,
BANKERS. 133 BROADWAY. NEW TORK.
(Trust (Companies.
N.Y. Security & Trust Co.
45 WALL STREET NEW YORK.
Capital & Surplus - $4,509,000
CUARLE9 S. FAIHCHILD.
{'resident.
ABRAM M. 11VATT. Vice-President.
OSHOU.V \V. DHIGIIT. 'Jitl Vloe-Pre»ldent.
I. CAKROLL HOOT. «eiTCtnry.
/Kl.'\H VAN I.OAV A»»t. Secretary.
JAMI-> V.. KKKLER. "_M Ana't Secy.
H. \V. WIIHTLE. Mar.ajer Bond Department.
TRISI EES»
Cbarles'S. Faircbild. James A. Blnlr.
Jaiura J. Hill. Frank \\. Steams.
Will ii: F. liui'kler, r:dm'»l D. Kaudolpn,
etnart G. Neliun, Gforse \\ . I'.rkius.
Hudson lliMii^lMnd. Abram M. Hvntt.
James Stllliuun. \oruian H. Hr.u-i,
M. O. I>. Ht»r«leo. n»nrl««» M. Sch»Tab.
John (i. ■M.-rulloujih. John S. l'hi|>P».
Frederic It. Coadert. Frnnli Ttlfiinl.
H. Ayninr Snnils, Wooilbnry l.»neilo».
John \V. Sterling. f<*tn>rn A\ . nriizht. . -
Joba A. McCall.
E. r'armnlee Prentice.
Thl» compsny U authorlred to act as Executor. Tnitt»«.
Aamlnlstrator. Guardian. Agent. Receiver. R«ctstrar an 4
TrfLn*;«r Afent.
Receives deposits subje.-t t" check, allowing Interest oa
dally balances.
4^ TRUST CO
66 Broadway,
234 Fifth Avenue,
100 West 125 th St.
C&4RL& T BjUSSEY, President.
FSED'K L. ELDSIDGE, <t y-.f-P'tt &<-Kt.
JOSEPH T BFOWy, fnd net'PrttUmt.
FRED'K GORS KISG, Secrttam mni Treaaurtr.
JULIAS H. GESASD, Atxt. Ssti. <fc Aut.TreaM.
WX. S. RASDAIL. Trust Q&ctr.
4 DVEKTISEMENTS and subscriptions tor Th« Trlt>v.-.«
* received at their Cptown Offlee.
HO. I.S BROADWAY.
Between S«th and 37th st».. until 9 °' eloclc p. ra.
Advertlsements will b« received at the fo!Jnwrn* branch
office, at MUlar office rates ur.Ul a i oreta* _p. m.. vi,.:
254 Sth-ave.. s- c. cor. 23J-»t. : 153 «>th-aT«., cor.
tftU-rt; »_ East 14th->t.: 257 We.t 4_d-«t.. be
tween 7th and Bth aye, •: 203 We.t 125th-.t.; 1.338
Sd-ave.. between 76th and 771h »ts. . 1,026 3d.«Te.,
r ar 61*t-at.: 1.70S l»'-» near 90th-«t.; 157 East
12Stb-at • 750 Tremont-ave.i 650 CM-ave., near
♦ lst-et.: 534 3d-ave.« 210 Ble«cker-it.i 333
Ulrecker-M. Brooklyn. N. T — 21« Court-st.,
215 Smitb-at., 1.0<>4 Gate«-ave. Newark. N j_.
7»4 Broad-it. Also at all A. D. T. offices.
10t) BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
NEW YORK Slxty-«isath «ar opens Oct. I.
' iU ft 1902. DAY CLASSES wttii •»■
UNIVERSITY g- trcm ZMtc . | y 3t O^B.
LAW SCHOOL. £ | E ? he r^|ei?,) W G%^:
at« Classes lead -_o IX.M Tuiuoo. »Mol F«ar drcuUrm
aadrew L. J. TOMPKINS. Registrar. Washington bquare^
N. Y. City.
Jnstrtucian. -_.^
Ji^ i _______ ,-,_,- _ — —_ii -i i -■_ i i i~ rr
For Toung Ladies— City.
A CADEirY MOUNT ST. CP.SCLA.
_-_. BEDFORD PARK. NEW YORK CITY.
This Academy for young Ladles acd little r __ it Is __
theHartem pillrcad. near St. U delightfuUy iaa«3ja
th- Harlem Railroad, near St. John's college, and fPPO*"*
ERONX PARK. T_« Course of Studies is n«)inn. «o»
braciog all t_6 branches req-ired tor a. solM ju_l . e-aaa
education. Th« Acad-my will reopen on Wednesday.
September 10th. For ClrcuUr address Mother Scperior.
Prlcelpais. 607 Stb-ave. Teacher of English wair.e-
THE PEEBLES 4 THOMPSON SCHOOL.
Boarding and Dny S.hool tor Girls,
JO. 33. 34 East 37tn Street.
For Boys and Young Men— City. .
-%rANHATTAX COLLEGE.
CHRISTIAN BROTHEHS. Boardlns and Day SchoUi-.
Boulevard aid J3lst St.. New *<ȣ._
,J_jjg>-^^^^.^
ZssM&S. u 3i l u'^'?-SS-: --3-
SEPTEMBER 29- v c MTGATT. H«ad -t-sier.
THE LOYOLA SCHOOL.
65 EA3T S3D ST.. corr.er Parse Ay».
PREPARATORT 00UJ-BIATE U_.T SCHOOI*
_,«,- the direction of Fathers of the Society of Jes
REOPENS MONDAY. OCT. 6.
S _.cl_._nu^ r «^ rN . . T .. p^^r.
W. J. ENNIS. 3. J.. Vlee-Priecip--.
-our- pf~LI~Z S-'HOOL O?" LANGUAGES.
T W-dUor 5q New To.*. 73 Cour: St.. 3roc_lyß.
Schools Open All Summer. TrUI Le— ons Free.
\-«7HAT to do witiJ nn>- boy. p^«°? lo * nr --_ r l ;: id TOU
\ V i'OWIXR _ WELLS CO.. 30 gas> 22ad S^
For You ngr L&dles— Country. _
JNGLEirOII-A^CH^L^GnU^ CO»W.
school ,«•
For Boys and Young Men — Country.
HA C X L B1 .
TARRYTOWN". N. T.
THE UPPER SCHOOL reopens Oct. 1 in lt» B— r bolM
ln-is in Hieliley Par*. TS acres: sinsl* room-, every mod
ern equipment. spring water, perfect sanitation. Carofu!
Frtoaraticn for colWgs. Athletic <M_. civ-_ track, so^.
hockey, etc.
TOB 'LOWE-? SCHOOL opens Sept. 21 la Hacklay Kail.
for boys between 9 a.-vi 12; best methods of primary edu
cation oi»*«r t-ainW uacbars; H__ai__i training, ax; work,
etc. For catalogue address the Head Master.
REV. THEODORE C. WILLIAMS. TARRYTQWN. N Y.
RUGBY
MIUXAP-Y
ACADBMT.
Suflens. New York.
Fourt-*nth y»ar besins September 23d
Pr-raiation for all ccl!«gt», bu»lses.».
W»st Point and Annapolia.
Infantry, cavalry, arti:iery.
Write for illustrated cac&logua.
FAIKFISLD ACADEMY. Falrfleld. Conn. — Sai«et homa
Jf tciiool for boys. Prepares for college or business.
Bpe<?ial car* and talnlag. 1- -<nel9 H. ■•■■»*' A. M.. r*. .b.
fRVINQ INSTITUTE. Non-Mllltary. Tarrytown-on-Ko*-
L son N. T— Summer coachjn* for college^esamluatjaa.
July and August Fall term. Sept. 24. J. M. F'-r-.a.-i. Prln.
OT. DAVIDS HALU— Thorough s^ucmtloa. Ltalied
fc number. Ideal spot for boy»; most he*ltMal: horn*
infl:;*nv#. CoU#x» *r buala*S». Rev^. W. L. fiTVA>a.
il. A.. Scarsdaie. X. Y. ___^
mHB HIGHLAND MILITART ACADEMY. WcrcmUT.
T -47?h year. Healthful location. Geaeiww
table. Preparation" for college, scientifle. or busin«««l»
VuiwK JOSEPH ALDSN 3HAW. A. M-. H«»d M»ltr.
THE WEANTIJTAUQ SCHOOL TOR BOTS.
New-Milford. Luchneld Cf>.. Conn,
preparation for busin*M and Collese. R**- T. W.
Draper. Head Master. New Buildings. Mooera •<»"»?
n:>r;:. Refers by perralssioa to Mrs. Win. D. B.i*
Patrone?* at lr.si«i;ia.
AIMRTCaV AND FOREIGN TEv-THKRS" AGSVCT
susrUes PtoX«»*w». »-.*c.-.irs. Tutsrs. OorersMMß.
«tc. to Colleges. Schools ac<S FamUte». Apply to
Mrs M J. TOUNC- FULTON'. 53 Union squar«-
icuchera' 3,gtncie«.
rPHEJ E. York City, a specialty of «wsrteat^Jy
furnlsftiaK to parent, full tatormatioa. •{ iw ??.,,*f?,!w
Drore-ior*. tutor* and iov»nj«**«» «upnU«<s. EsUaUaliod
MISS HOPKINS' AGENCT. 1 trnioti S««^_!2»J? t*+
rrr „,^.s countr>->. Tr«sch. Cenaan W7my l^
ern**4i .Lcnc Branch), mother's assistant, .ea-^ers {?rt
v"e slhooiy. ccrSpanljn (Tuxedo Part); hta<ter ir.^r ,
-\ - v NTKD IMMEDIATELY.— GentIeman. r»sl*ent tut.-^
\. ' laijlei- tocher, piano. iw« aj.ji horn.; teactier nati
"a* >cl I^tln *»0. teacher vocal, ptana. JtC*; sramniar
teacae"' French «Mb«; prtmry WMftw: ; EwUrt u Frwcn
and German rovurneises. MISS DONOVAN a J-^SiCT
TIOXALAGEXCY. M East Uth Street. K»-aV. 13&4.
A EVERETT STONE ""I* »nd Coluroblai. 318 W««t
. S«lh s:. Tutorlns at pu?U'» or tutor"» r«aiJeno«>
DR. w. O. NOWELL. private tutor at puplli' &<>»«• <*
at 117 -: »-'M-il T»o pupt:» rx»)»x» In *amllT
j r nrnist]g& Rooms go £et-
T ABCHSIONT.-^rrj.^ room»: «r •* comer: rar4ek
L^aiza: near water. Chatsworth-ave.. second cot
tag?, right. - _ >^^ MM — — — —
. gjtn __
72ND ST. WE3T. N. Y.
BETWEEN" CENTRAL PARK AND RrVERSTOX ORIVm
A NEW APARTMENT HOTEL. i>Ksi«y *>^j»y4J«
the accommodation cf an excfaalve cUeni«i«. Ht* *«Cb
for l^pect^. Bo^l^ma^ s . HARRAL, X^a^.
1 A OVERT: ME NTS as(! m!»cr'etloM tur Th« TrttXUM
- received *: their -iitown CClcv . > _ —^
NO. 1.564 BRCJAOWAT. •-: "7
Between 3«O» aad 37th st».. untU » o'clo^ •. •»

Cam SchaoU.
Sti]oal agencies.
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