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STOCKS GENERALLY STRONG
DE?rAXD FROM IMPORTANT LOCAL HAMKBT
INTERESTS.
Buying of the Mexican Xaiional Issues Exdtct Comment— Gold K.v
pcrt * Engagcm en is.
Closins prices yesterday of the principal active
Fecurities and net changes fr-m Saturday's quo
tations •x\ere:
STOCKS.
Ama: OSMT.- B« + Si Nat of Mexico... 22^, - »i
Am .'A r. SMI — ».i •" prcf... .... <■• - + IS
Am Uocom SC.'s — ?<!N V Ont A W.. ..»•*-. —
Art. I— «T«« T « + -»!N V L>«l l.«»'s + >
Am >-ucar Ref..l2«'.'i + I jNorf *. West I* — •
Am SiTH-Jtinp... •*•"'< ! North Am Co ... •»< —
>t Top a- b X.. 7:«=* + "« : P"o G■ C in* — *
<2o ptd ■••: + -.Pcnn r: R u». — !'
Bait A 0hi0...- «S + fii— Stl Car., ■•'■': — ti
nrooklvn R T.- «W + *> I Readme *'* — «
• anadUn I'ac. - U|U«* l!>la.).i 44 s - ,*
. i.»s (OW 44' i — Uj I* pr»f '<• *
CMe_ Alt—... .*' : . + U l [Rubber R00d5.... -•"• — *
CM* (^t P....1«1>. -4- *4:St I. .v; S I". 7Wj -
Col V .-. I- . a tIS! ■"•• •-•' pref "•:. -r t
<■ li. South .. 9% — '* :sf out hern Ity -*'"S — •
I^-1 A Hudson. .177 — *•• ; Bouttoern Pac ... •••• -r '*
K'-ie BS - '.iiTeTin ' " & I B3 »'-"*" »
<So Ist prrf. .. «•**• -r -»i ivitaf. & Pacific.. X» l 4l 4 — *
do 24 pref... .-.7- 2 - %\T St I.* W BS% -4- 'M
Tilmoif. «vntral.l.T» -Z% X S leather 13:4 + »
Inter r«r*r. is ! •"'■> pref *•••;! — •
ly^uts *L- Nash..ll^ - rnion Pacific . PtfJ* + *
Manbattaa . . 141*; r s Realty &C. 2OS
Met Street Ry..132 U + %iV B Steel .14"* — *»
Mcx .vtural.... 27*. -t '• ! do p^f Vt i l — J«
Mipwrari Pac....l«Vi -I- ISiWabash ■ -•** — *i
M X & T .. 26' i + '•» Sa pref 4> — ,*
BONDS.
"Central Pa- 45.. B8 —Ii Rm r.v .-.'.-.. J»r.'i + ! ,
Chic B&QK.. »lv 4 + '- neadlnc Ren 45... f>7*i — '.»
cr & I .ny Is. ST. T » - "•« BL. A.- B r ref 4«. «-7 ii —'i
Erl«- p L. 4» ■••'."'i + '4 Cr, Pac Ist 4s 14>2S — J4
d» rr-rt 4c . S»> — l i ' do cony 4s SW"% +'»
North Pac 45 . 14J2U — Wal.a-xh I) Bs ... M -II 1 *
THE DAYS OPERATIONS IN STOCKS.
Stock market values v.-ere irresul.'r in the
preater part of the day, with decided strenpth
ln the last hour, and small net p;iins in the
majority of active issues, as compared with
; 'iturday"s final figures. Tradine: was not ac
tive, total transactions silMWintinir to only
334.720 shares. There was. however, further
evidence of accumulation of stocks i>y substan
tial market interests, while there was no
liquidation as a result of the announcement of
p<>ld export ensraKements. To-day's French
■tasaacr will carry $1*500.000 gold to Paris, and
■<l Tlllmial shipments may be made in the course
of the next ten days. It is not believed, how
ever, that the outward movement will reach
larj;e dimensions, and.- even if it should, it is
asstrted by locai bankers that no disturba'nea
■would follow in the money market. Gold ex
ports could hardly develop at a more favorable
time. and. as they represent legitimate interna
tional financial -onditions. they cannot be
tuisted into a bear arpument on stocks. Gold
exports now will increase the chances of gold
imports in the fall. The labor situation was
responsible for bear attacks on the market in
ths e?rly dealings, especially on Southern Pa
tifie. which sold down over ■ point on the re
ports that a strike would be declared by cer
tain sfl the company's employes. In the last
hour news of a postponement of the proposed
strike caused a recovery in the stock, and a net
pain at the close. Wheeling and Lake Erie first
and second preferred were strong features, ad
vancing .'{^ and -\ii points, respectively, while
all the Gonld issues exhibited strength. Missouri
Pacific at a gain of 1? 8 and Wabash debenture
23s at a gain of 1% attracting the chief atten
tion. Illinois Central closed 3% above Satur
day's final figure, and further activity at ad
vancing values was shown by the National Rail
road af Mexico issues.
Buying of Natio.ia] Railroad <>f Mexico shares
Ity prominent Wall Street houses is exciting con
t-;(J**r.-ililH comment in investment circles, while
information from re.-ponsi!>le sources that these
BBSdca are behnr accumulated for purposes" of
control has attracted good speculative pur
chaoea The stock is evidently being bought by
asaale who dealre the ownership of the property,
and it is a noteworthy fact lhat efforts are being
made to acquire stock without advancing the
prtee. A representative banking house is tak
ing this issue for &ui"ne one else, and it is quite
naturally inferred that the Rock island will
eventually control the Mexican National prop
erty. Earnings of the Mexican railroads have
beea improving for the last lew years, and when
the gold baafs is established in the Mexican
Republic the laoaaw of these roads will be prac
all> doubled, as at present receipts are on
th basis of the Mexican silver dollar, while
payments for interest and supplies are generally
at lh" rate of the gold dollar. Mexican National
aad Mexican Central are both cheap stocks that
apparently have a bright future. Capital has
t'f°r! moving into Mexican industries at a rapid
rate in the last few years, and tne growth of the
country's industries in the last two years has
be?i extensive. The Mexican National Railroad,
■jaw called the National Railroad of Mexico, was
praeticatty reorganized several years ago, and
since that time large sums of money have been
placed ln the property. The work of changing
the gauge from narrow to standard will be com
pleted in thr* fall.
The movement af grain on the Western rail
roads is increasing, combined deliveries at Chi
cago last week reaching a total of 3,OSl.<X*>
bu hels. a gain of 3(Ci.<»:»<i bushels over the pre
ceding awefc, and a gain of 77.000 bushels over
the corresponding time a year ago. Heavy raii
road earnings are insured throughout the year
cs a result cf last year's big spring wheat and
corn crops and the large winter wheat crop of
the current year. It is natural to expect some
deterioration in the winter wheat crop from
April 1 to harvest time, but even with unusual
adverse climatic changes the yield this year
should be enormous, as conditions as of April
1 and May ] indicate a record breaking crop.
Ap:;l <".xj.ons of domestic products showed aa
increase in The outward movement of bread
stuffs In value of £3.7."*.7.1<h;. as compared with
the fame month in 1002, end, despite a falling
off in coiton exports this year aggregating in
vrilue £I.l'-U».I7G and a decrease in exports of
dairy products of over £}.oiXM>>-> t total exports
■w .'re in value £-'31i!,3(.K» heavier than they were
In the came period last year. For the ten
months ended April '.)** total exports of domestic
products amounted in value to $GCK),I!43,So:{.
against pSBavZHUSfS in the corresponding time
hi the preceding year. This record has been
exceed*^ only once. In 1901, when the total was
f74IjM7.?SM. Th<- complete statement of foreign
trade -. i!l be issued on Friday, and it v.-ill doubt
leas show a further considerable addition to the
trade balance in this country's favor.
Speculation for the rise continued In the cotton
market, in New- York, New-Orleans and Liver
pool. The movement of cotton prices was not
a favorable development of the day. as the
speculation was wild and furious, with heavy
tf'lir.j: by interests who helped the market up a
month ago. Spinners regard present quotations
ar -famine prices." and they maintain that the
statistical position of cotton does not warrant
the advance in values on the Cotton, Exchange.
People who contemplate buying cotton, either
for speculation or for trade purposes, will 6o
veil to wait.
THE DAY'S OPERATIONS IN BONDS.
GOVEHNMKNT DONDS.— Market steady. V.nm.\
quotations follow:
B«d. A'k«*l.l bm A*v<-4.
«r< =-Mao.cou.in« ioc»i|n.s. 4s. i93S.ne.i3SH inr.»;
t V 3*.l'»s.rcß.lo7>i :i^4(l>. 4s. I«i-..<-.u.1X-.S IWP»
t-S -♦ r«is «■.«■. |O7-. K'S'«!IT.K. r«. l!tiH.r.-ir.lO2'-i i«3%
■„.,-. - --
Vis! W.WrcE.lI«». IllVlk ■*! : C S-C5.121 -
ItAIJ-ROAi* BONDS— Market firm. T«t«l s-tka
Sllimmtllfl In par value to V.7WJDW aaalaat 51.090.0n0
on Saturday. The heaviest dealings were la the
Atchlson general 4s. Atlantic Coast Line i*. Cen
tral Pacific 4.-=. Chicago! Burlington and Qulncy 4<«.
Erie Renoral 4s. Manhattan 4s. Mexican Central Ist
InuMMLU. .St. Ix>uis and fan Francisco refunding 4s,
Union Pacific Ist and convertible 4s. and Wanash
debenture 08. Colorado Fuel and Iron convertible
6a and Consolidated Tobacco is were also active.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS.
lCinno C S» 4s Rf-P IPO7 I 4000 L. & N Uni 4s 10r '*
54F.111 I ! 1000 do So Ry Jt 45.. IK!
»•*« Atti II * I>«is... 1»1V4j23«i4» Man Con 4s 101? i
LT)Ort do M!i| SOW MBt n>- Ref 45.. '.CV
44J4J0 Abb Ar Ist 45... '•'•"" fIOOUU M.-x Cent 4»-.>* B&Jt
3(H>i» d<> 15000 do Ist Inc 'JWI
l»«r.i A T & S F Adj j ."imi do 2W4
4s 10 Vj; 7(«X» do 2C}»
4(VX> do Gen 4.« I<k>V 2Chh» do 24^8
KWW do 100»,| siK* Mo K& T 2d..c. tS2
1204>» do HwVsiSwOOO do KM4
104W do I«OV,j l<«ir> do 82J4
3iK«iO At Coast 4s IMS! SOW do Ext 5s 1<«
2tKMW do »4«i| fiOi.iO do l«l
I'.ikhi do 5>4 ; * s 25000 Mo Pac Trust 55..
30U0 li & O GoM 45..101"t; ZtuiN) do Ist Col b.T.KSVt
MSB do Prior 3V-- 01'il -000 N C & 9t L Ist
10IK) do VI | Con 5s U'J'i
Oi»i <Jo 94%\SSSm Nof M Ist Con 4b 7b»i
5000 <:.. Svvn 9... M«Hil((OW» do 7K T .
50U0 do M»U 7<>4X> do 0
ISM do BB : Ki4*> do Prior 4V3»---103Vb
IfKiO Bkln t'n Xl lst..lOO"i 2000 N V 4>nt Gen 3H*
1000 [Ikln Ln Gas .'..«. 115 ; s'JOK.HCVi
lnik) Can South 2i 108% .V*V> N V Dock 45..... BM|
LtwO c of G« Con 55.. 100 T«mO N V 1- & \V Imp
15000 do 10tt»4 4s 102
MM do H*:\ 1000 N V *L- Q Co EL.
];.<««» do Ist Inc 78 a Psa 1"2
3MW do 2d 1nc.... 37 ! 4000 do 14J3
.-,(«! C of X .1 ijt-n 6s 1 2000 N V O tt W Ref
lies 130 I 4s 10J
2t*m Oat Pac Otd 4s. IK» 5000 N & \X P C & C
SUOO. do '.»!»*» 4« f1.1"4
lOUO do !»3 WVH* Xor Pac Gen 35.. THi
>ni4» C.v O Con 55...11f1'i 600 do 72
Soot do UCtlllOno do 71*4
l(.««t Chic A.- Alt 35... P2 3<»X> do 71 1
UMt do S'fcs 77« V, •* l(M " 1 do 71%
ll'ocni <lo 77-« | MM do Prior 4s 1412 1 ;
GMU do 77% 30«> do MZ%
lIKKt ct.j,- &X \V Sea 5000 do 102%
.-!'.,> nO'i, JIWI Or- Sh 1. 4s B»H
lOOnO CB*(| Jt 45... II4 7 r! in<irt do Ist 4;on 55...113 v«
4(«ui do . 5M54] lf>"0 do Ist Cir '.125%
MM do J<s j SOU* I'-nn Convt 3*is. . SH'.
]s:m<( do '""ii 7s ll«3 [16000 do WH*
30^10 C M & St I* Gen 1 15<>«K) Po.. & E Inc 73H
4s A 110 00i«t It.Bd!n G:>n 45... 9*%
»XK> do C* P\V 55.117 1 ,;! 7<KK) do !»7^i
StIOOO C B I & P B R 1 14WNX) do j C 00l 45 . . 82J4
■Js 84141100U0 SI U & I Mt Gen
3Mt do Gen 4s l'H'i 5s 112%
]i»i Chic Ter Tr 45.. M 14K«) do 112%
HMC I> & ISi 113'« 1<«K» do 112»i
SuOO <"l"v C,C &St 1. 5000 do 4s ■ l s 'ii
Oen 4s .100' r.O«Mt do bS
3«if<f» Col & So Ist 4s. t»0 ICSOOO St I, & S F Ref
30m» do S!i\ 4s «7'i
•000 C F A.- I Gen 55.103 Wom> d.. S7»i
UN) do Convt ,V . . . .85 34>;k) Si I. Swn Ist 45.. B%
I.'.(MW do Ki'il STMHi do fl4
••utm do KH4 2nf«i f» A& A P4s 80%
30M do 83%| 2""<i Scab Al^ Gold 4s M!" a
4«0fl Con Tob 4s «2'; i 5000 Bo Pac >'l Tr 45.. si"'j
13<H«t do <•- 4<»M( do S*>\
1000 T> A: X G Con 4b. «t 14HNI do 80%
2'Hmi Det City Gas ss. W lm»> South Ky Ist ss..ll<H<>
10410 Dist t*?o Cor 55.. 68^5 WX) Stand R & T «s.. 83%
24;i«hi do '"> s<mh> Third Aye Con 4s J*7*t
.TOOrt do . CS'.ii 1000 TSt I. & W 4.'... 7." l
3»««) E T v& G Con | i^«i do 3»<.s 85%
r.s uC'i!4.V<Kl Cnloa I'ac Ist 4«.K'24
3000 Ed El N V Convt I 9.Vift do *02%
.•; s IfHU! .-,00 do I"-"-..
]."jm«i Erie Ist Con 45.. St^l i 2"o«iit do Convt 45... OT 7H7 H
mm do i:t4<«io do at%
1.'.«V»0 do J«t'i| OOi.tO dO *>5> T »
•Xxiil do Gen 4s &G%(lOO00 UP.Rof S F 4s. 70
5«i4» do .... SiV&iKKinrt do 7<KS,
3.V«iO <1o f->'>\\ 3<XKi do 7'.>*i
13(100 do S7 I 7000 Va IC< C. «■-... 7*>.i
3(XHii» do B€% 3Of»» dr. 7S
4i«M> do Ist Con 75..1352 2ikk» Wabash Ist 3s ll."'i
HNGI & A Ist Con | 3i»(X» do ILVii
r.s 14*»»iil40OO do H"'H
WOO Gr Ray I>eb 8.. 18% 34H«» do T> &Ch 55..1«» «
DM do .*. 1S^» ! f>OTK> do Peb^ B "4
t«H>. Int Paper t0....M8% 89000 do 75%
r.i»m KCFS &M 4s 40(Wiii do 75%
2f(!i<l do ...... •'•'•'•4 101<f«0 do 7..\
4<««' Kan City So 35.. r,«»» 4 j K"**^ do 75' i
44100 do "<• 175000 do 70
MM 1^ S &- M 503%5.1A2% 3000 West Shore 4s 110
l'm«i Iyne Dock fis.". .131 I 60410 \V & L, X Ist Con
SOOO I. <^- N Gen Os...llC.*it 4s ?>2
I«<,mi do I'nlfled 45..104) i' 4f"nr> Wis Cent <s«:i 4s. Bl'i
Total >ales of bonds. H.7-W.OQO.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. May 11. 4 p. m.— The market for American
securities was dull at unimportant price changes.
I-ast quotations follow:
Iyindon Xen--Yorfc Xew-York
close, equivalent. close. Chans«-s.
Anaoonda 5% I*'"-"' 107 —
AU-hlson Rl% 7»»s 7it%
Canadian Pacific. .135* 132 131 *« + '*
S I'aul lt>4'2 V."" 100H + -S
Erie 35H i»'i »•% 4-H
d-» Ist pref 8»% >'■''>• C.T'i - •
Illinois central 140 136% 137 --•»
I»uis. & Xash ...12<> 117U 117 1 + H
Xew-Tork < 'entra 1 . 13n'» 13ft 120 \ + %
T'rnnsylvania 7«» 137 '130 -
i:«-a'iinc - v •"•4 T « 54*4
utliern Pacific... 56% 54 t m 54%
I-nton Pacific !C>» S»% SOT* — H
U S. Stf«"l 3<» 35 1 . 35 4- H
do pref M% M 1M 1 S4?s — »
•Ex-dividend and ex-rlehts.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— M<mr\ on call opened at
2!_, rer cent; highest, 2-<2 per cent; lowest. 2\' t per
cent; last loan, 2'/ 2 per cent; closed at 21,{'g2'-i2 l ,{'g2'-i per
«nr: rulinp rate. -'2 per cent. Time moiu*y was
quoted at 4'< per cent for sixty to ninety days, and '
•*'; P f ' r cent for four, five and six months. Com
mercial paper was quoted at s'<7o I i per cent for
sixty to ninety days' indorsed bills. b\i l 5o*& per cent
for choice four to six months' bills, and 6f/';'j per
cent for otltua.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Market closed firm.
Actual closing rates follow:
Cablfr. Sicht. Bizty days.
Btertlnc 4>K i 4>Hf4.W'i 4.fsMi*4>5 I
France ••.15 »5.15«»e. i i.ir»H •5.1R 1 k«-.V1'.'*
Reichsmariu .85 7-10©a*» Xi 5-I<MNSIi »4 i iiiti4 7 i
Guilders 40 5-lC@4o?i 40 l-16'fif40 a
•Less 1-IC.
Bankers' posted rates were:
Sixty-days. riemard.
Sterling 4.Ri% 4..'-RH
Paris francs f>.l7' 2 5.15
Helpium frfir« R.I* s i R. 15%
Swltzerlanil francs r».is% 8.l. r >%
Geimany r<"irhsmp.rk3 84% MR%
Holland guilders 40Vi 40H'
DOMKSTIC EXCHANGE.— New-Orleans — Com
mercial. 50c discount; bank, $1 premium. San Frnn
cisco—Sight. sc; telegraph. 7\^c. Boston — Par.
Charleston— Buying, pnr; selling, l-10c premium.
Chicago— Par. Cincinnati— Between banks. Be pre
mium; over the counter, 50c premium. Savannah—
Buying. TiOr discount: selling. 75c premium. St.
L/iuis— loc premium. Minneapolis— Boc premium.
BANK CLEARINGS. — New- York — Exchanges.
5129,050 SM: balances, $3,129,347. Baltimore — Ex
changes. $2.566,035; balances. £477.274. Chicago—Ex
dbansea, 529.560.643; balances. $4,230,643. Boston-
Kx.-ii.-.n-es. IH.WI.OM. balances. $1,267,660. Philadel
phia—Exchange*. $13.9e3,:>34; balances. 52.C01.651.
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.— money in
[iODdOB. 3',VS4 per cent. Open market discount rate
for long bills. Z\iSnZs-\§ per cent; for Ehort bills.
3>,£ii3 9-16 per cent. Berlin discount rate. 3 per cent
for three months' bills and 3',-i per cent for short
bills Berlin exchange on London. 20 marks 4S>4
pfennigs. Paris discount rate. ll 3t3 t per cent; Paris
exchai.ge on London. 25 francs 17.» centimes--.
FOREIGN SKCIRITIKS— British consols for
rroney. 92; for the account, 92 3-16. French rentes,
JT francs 02Vi centimes.
THK SILVER MARKET.— Bar Fllver. r.4c; Mexi
can .-"ilv- r dollars, 12c. Bar silver in London closed
at 24 13-lCd.
GOLJ) PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 35; Lisbon. 2.'.;
Buenos Ayr<s, 127.27.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.— Customs receipts
reported from Washlnston. $658.745: internal reve
nue receipts. f1.253.8M; miscellaneous receipts.
51 53 CA%. U< oelpta for the day, $2,075,902; expenditures,
£.190.00% Receipts for the month to date. $15,863,931:
expenditures. J15.700.4J00; excess of expenditures.
$387 i«r: Receipts for the year to date. $481.*52.43.i;
expenditures, $146,7i3,K6; excess of receipts, $35.
0C2.;.7f.
SUB-TREASURY.— Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the riMlllH House $253,602.
EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC PRODUCTS.
The EaUNTMS table, compiled by the Bureau of
Statistics, gives the exports of domestic products
a April, compared with last year, as follows:
Uf | IMS Cha.nre».
nre«dstuSs 515.577.701 J14.540.45'> 1nc.*3.737.24:*J
Castle and hogs.. 2.!-riU.«74 ' 1.C5.152 Inc. 1.204,342
M'n* Mud dairy "'
products ...... lI.KH.TOo 15.2C2.r.4»1 Dec. 3, 733.
rottor ... ir..;.44.:<)7 17.2r3.45»3 Dec. 1,318.778
Mineral <.;ls fl/CC^S S.«te2.!Ciß Inc. 353.!120
T«al* *.'•♦ H4T>tli. $54,404,824 Inc. 830.4 M
From July I to April 3«» — •
r.reaUstuf!* $153.372.'8S 517!>.2?«.7T,1 Jnc.»4.o«.»W
<>it:I«! jnd hops.. C1.74i5.»-4 24,017.401 Dec. 2,011,537
M-.n an-i O2)ry
product* irr..lft).2»« 1t4.72C.0:.2 Dec.1«..V>2,4W0
Ottton 2".<5.575,7ttl ifi^.t'lO.^rs Ine.2R.!t.Vi.S<W
Mineral alt* M.VJti.l'Ol 50.1*00,274 Der. 5,131.070
Tu!u!» BBM7tl*.Bß $C50.*»,242 Inc. »3.4.«4.
NEW- YORK DAILY TKIRIXE. TUESDAY. MAY 12, 1903.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Sh , r n | | Actual sales I-Closlne—
.old! 1 ■ '. - IQpenlHlghlLoTv.l Kin. | Bid. I A^k.
'Adams Express.) — I — ! ~ .[.%' |_
1 Albany & Sus... —■ I — 1 — ~ -■"- I m
— '— Allls Chalmers..' — — ~ ~ _- ISI
=s^o" Mmai r conpor::: m -nti •"'• i - CB% «*! fl«%
Am Acr Ch«-m.. — — —j— j _ J,,
! -do pref — — „- ;>,-,
-I'Ara Re«t Su*nr| . — j — — "' fi"ii.
1 *<1o prpf !— j — — i . j I ' "'»■
lAmer nicycle... — — — . ~ j 14; ,
SiSf'a?**^ w w w»!^i^
iBB-M ml l .i. i 1
" •„ «« ««* m; «%| 4J%| «*
lAmor DtFt Tel.. I — — j — j " ,'.,",- ,0:.,,
- — |Amer gjiimaa. . — — —1 ~ .-, 4 "5" 5 ;
- — »Am n Twtee.. I — —. — ,'J 7I
lAm HW» * I-..J — — — r~ I — i3t "
tw \*&&-iiZz\ g g g» i£» X
v sLi«:. saw%a w% SJ S»] ;--: g*
IS . A *2 w^nMv, 1 2fiU «P4j m%j mm; ?«» :?%
.1 »do prrf ■ "..- |v
• \rrc-r Jllßltlnsr.. — — — _ i _ '1 <, r ,
wwSi*l 1 ai a a ai^i"
•Amorlran SnufTj — | — — ' i nsu | r*
llil-A-V&rV^ i 5 IMWjW |W* if^j S3
___ ! *(5o pref ■• 1 — — - ! c;o ■ S°'
- !Am Tel & CaMH — — ~ " L: s jl:sj l: 5
15' Am TH & Trl.. 15.', i l^H.il^i I^!]-;.; is
zz'.^^^ooiw;:! — j — - = ; - jijj 1 In l
•Am«-r Woollea.l -: -^
ppAs*".::::'-* *«»]»•» ii«t
\nn Arbor ! — — ' — j — i f| % | r,q
zziA^^utpf =-..-, -j?g^
200 rto prof I f>7V o,' v °'V fil ' ir! * i',"
iAm Ptl Foundrj" ; — — — — , .;, m
T^:::: W a » g| Ssj £U
w'lTM^rßaV Tr- 5i ; "» ■*! ? US -ir:' 4
n.ifr r fitts.: — — — — h . -, r ,
fHutfrick C 0...} —j — — — j 71* 7"
£S»!aSdto°P.rtlie!m* WMjWKjM 4
jS^S^iaiaaairi*
' rlo r T#> f ,' — , i 'v"> 140
trh & E 111 pr-f. — — — ~ Jqd I —
IChlc Bur R- Qy . ' — — — — , 1^,,,, ? ,
SOC, Chic Ht WMt... 22', 2.T ; 22% -» f ;,;■•] _^
— • js.ss;^'g | : = : I «7%' 37%
""A^ '^ oo S nrer M * ?I|S 100 100 ipo ]M [MB
lOOIChIc Term Tr...! 1« 11« I 1« I lrt \™ "
lOoi^o.W i »•!»;» j29 ;29 3O
>Chlc fnton Trac! — — j — j ~ O|S ■«} a 0 "
"s»!c*c7«i;.*::j di 4 m% »«* M * us* uf?
1 do pr^f I — j — — — ,";„ IoA
=|cgS»~|E : zizjS jS
s-^:co!s -^:co! sa&s- Si §»|* il
is! atfjMfv.v. » s U U :-•■ »j
...1 &h r & Ir. — — — — 1' I: 4
-:^"",^ IP , z z z z r« 1;;;;
75iS!Si 2S!v.v.:mS mo U [»» |«j |»
2?^! g»{ t; W
JMOtnel lack ft \v."j-' "•-•-" »PJ4 »? *"| .-.:...■
zzi D S v^ ooth '::! =I=l=l- « g
— ' D^"* Ft d. ', -|- Z I = -i.o 11 m
! Detroit Southern 1 — — . - j - ' J^4j l^
SirifSt-'s-iii Sh is. si SJS*«S H
is!?^ 0^ 1^":! 5n m --- Ȥi
J iKvans & T H... — I — — ~ jg» S?
— : do pref i — I — — 57 1"
i'Ft Wft 1) City — — — — •'' , -r.
300|Ge« Chem C 0...! 74> '" '" '" ,{* Lg
„,, r ; ;'n SSfeltrteO^lttSM 1*2% »«=H >•« }^4 J«
■iis»| i f U §|illi
P^!nSaM?oSitrai:: ISVi l*% UW4 »«H4[^ l^
2<»!lnt Paper JJJ J i? _ 7O 71
4jj «| P £*
* iowa Mitral.... SS S SSI S|| g» g!
1 do pref j j ' -jtu: 40
IKaaa Mtc!i.'..' = =,i = ! mi! i|
Kan Cltj * 80. - v ., *»* V-::.
H.|k < cF?*M^ so' so' so' SOJWi s^.^
zz^p^ l^..-: — — — — I «
1 do pref — ~ ~ !»r 14H
■ '-• n1ilr;;n 1 ilr ;;: Pf ' sa "--- z z _| - i<» im
;do pref — — — V 2\\ 4.
2 4^:{^^a,i>V.: | HTU us 117 119 11« ili^
t^!iSShS^ > ELV'|m« i«tt i«« *5* JS* »
3 746 -Met Street Ry. 132 132% 13H4 132V1 1«2 l;|- n *
(Met WS of '' h -; — — = Z 7^.; =L
I ,j o p re f .. — — — — '- 1 '" »
l.OCOlMoxlcan Central 27U 2TV4 27Vi 27% 27» 8 27>i
IMichlpar. Crnt.. — — | — —J ™ 194
JMinn &St 1^... — — — — £! . ,•'*
' do pref ! — - — j - ll'^.l I '^. ','."
— <m St rfts s M — — — — io.V' 4 12fi.
2 so.. M'. 1 ,' > K «n'&'TVx: t 25% 36% 2W4 20^ 2«Vi 2|^
3o'lioomi.ssoui-i piciifcliwwS 112« 110% U2V4 m% 112U
Nash & Chat... — I — — — !lo?! lo ? Il'I 1 '- ,
.... ijj«,.mii I ! — I — 141 1 43's
ion! «do ir.f .■.■.'.'. 1 10.-V K>r, l<H-,-,l.ir,T, 20% 21
SnSStaSal LM4..151 121 2W4 20J4 WA|J
100 «do pref I W»K SS% %% &* R«% S,
7.lSo>Nat RR of Mcx 1 22% 23 A 22% 22T, 2JJ f -- »
18400 do pref 44% 4..1 44% 4..'. 4;>J4 4..U
-^! N^^e aa f m . & . nlmlam Sh gl| g
New Cent Oml. — j — \ — — « ;!'
4^o S?Y T CtotesS! 120% MDM 12ft% 130% 1»% IBOVS
INYCh&StL. - - ' - - ,S^ ,H
1 do Ist pref.... — — — — Wj »J?
zzLv&fc-: z, ■ — — =11 f0
IX V Dock | — — j — -T -* ;\|
B»!N d T n"h *"H.|198 1105 [105 195 |1»3 |1f15%
I.IOOIX V Ont & W..1 29-; I 2»%j 29 ; 20% j 20%| 29%
11101 Norfolk & West Tli-i! 71% 71'(, 71>i 71 71%
200 North America^ Sfi 107 198 j97 JS M
. |«N Y&N .1 Tel — — — ! — IM'fl ll( :
'Ontario Silver... ' — —j— I — •» Jl *
IPaclfie Coast.... — — — — 8 .8
! do Ist pyr....j — |— — — M n;>
loi) j Pacific Mali.V.V. I SI 131 I 81 I 31 ' •'<! ' 81%
13r.n.i T'"nn R*R 130% 1 13fi« ! 130 130 130 130%
6^400 do.rl R htn ;...l; ...l _3=B| J*J J»U| 3% — ~
«50 ' PenriA t &Coki I 103%|104 I la^i ! 104 li-4 ! lj'4'i
«m p«o C3ai &-'(v.iif'nn\ ' i"4 103% 104 104 W^i.
800 Pera Marquette.l OOJij 9024 B»Ti W% S?^ »
=!p hh d,Uerpnii-v::d ,Uerpnii-v:: z I z = * = »> ;||
—pee &st i...' -- - - ; = w ISn
t -i n nre f — — — ' — 100 Ki.«
SMPreaaed Stl Car. M>% 50% 5!Hi W>% 80% *!
SO! do pref ' 91T4J 02 I 91% 02 [ 01% 85
(Quicksilver :: = = =I = I i I P
ZZJr^u SecurHieV;: -I—l - I - I 88% 1 91
400!*Ry Bti Sprins:..! 31% 1 32 I 31%| 31%] 3JJ4I 32
! »do pref I — I — — — "Mi Sl
10 100 Reading ' 64% 55% 5414 54% »H» MTJ
1 — 1 do Ist pr^r. . . . — — — — 84 g
rto 2n pref ! — — — — «9 '-
ns& Sara.... — — I- — 2<WA 20S
3OO:«Rep Iron & Stl. 1 1!> 19 I 1!' '19 !M% 19
400! «rt.. pref ! 78 -7S I 7* ! 7S ! 77H; 7» .
8.715 Rwk Island ' 44 j 44', I 4M-, 1 4A\\ 44% 44%
1(10' do pref 70 I 70 I 7(5 ] 7ti ! 7B i TO'^
1 Rome \V * O K( i — — I — — — l.'<'.>
Bi"iO' 'Rubber Goods..! 28% 25% 2."H 2.VS. 2:.'i 23%
1751 -do pref ' KO'.il 80% SO% 80% » Sl'i
'St Jos AGd 1.. I — j — I — — 10 :12
' do Ist pre£ ' — ! — | — — ! 474 .V>
' do 2<l pref _____ ' ir.Uj 21
400 St 1^ & San Fr. I 70 ! 79 78% \ 18% 77* i 75«4
1 do Ist pref ...I- — — — 80 ' M
KiO' do 2d pref I ' 70«4 70% 70V.! 7O'i ! 70 : 70%
100 St Louiß siouthwl 23 ! 23 2.1 23 I 23U 24 ! i
800 do pref ! KJ% 54 BS% r.4 SST% -'.4>i
'Slnss-Sh St & Ir! — — — I — ' <•■«> 85%
1 do pref ! — I — — ! — ! fH> '■'•■
13 0<0! Southern Pacific' r i! SB I 63% ] 55 I 54 T j .r5. r 5
4 550! Southern R R...! B<*% 3O^| 80 i 303* ' ,10»J, .10H
300 do pref ' 02% f*2\ 82% ft2'*- ft 2' 2 P2%
tKJO! do M & O ctfs! 93Mi 1 93V41 1(3 ! a°. ' 0.1 I 9-1%
istnnd Rope *T, — — — — I 4% •'■
2.250 Term Coal £- Ir. ! 4M ! fir? ! r.lu 1 63 ! r>2«4 4V5
3'sOoiTexa« & Pacific. 35'; 85% 34»i 35>i 88% 35»i
1 do Land Trust — I — — — !35 ■!•!
Third Aye RR. — I — — — l-f> 122
- Tol Peo & WNt — | — I — — 18 21
Tni Ry & Uarht. — —I— I — -I 3J
IOOIToI St'l'i- W...1 2«% -"'V. 2*1% 26% 2." ' 2C
2lH)i do pref ' 43',i! 43% 1 42% 42% 42V» 42%
— iTwln City R Tr. I — — — — " 112% 11:!
' do pref I — — — I — 153 15!>
i'l'nion liaa: & P — — j—■ J — I 14> llt
■ -,io pref | — —j — J — I m 72
Inlt*-d Fruit Col — I — — — 10R lOi;i4
400lrnlon Pacific... 89% I 90-% RB% BB%| o<>'» 80%
3fioi do pref ! f«>» f»OS4 M%| P<>H ' i»0v; ni
COojUn Invst Co! IS !IS IS is IT> . ISH
1 do prcf I — I — — — ; r>«>i 57',;
i'U SCIP &F| — I — — | — ilO IIS
1 «do pref ! — — 1 — I — I W) I •'■"■
ItJ S Express 1 — — I — ! — lI2S 1".
2,fiOoj«U S Leather... 13% IS% 13% 13% '„1*; 13 T i
SM *do pref tlfiHl 88% •«% K>K 118% 05%
I.COOIU X Realty & C 2i» ' 20^' 2O'»i 20'i 1 20Vi 20%
1 do pref ! — I — t — I — : <!7<i 88
!*U S Red & Ref — I — — — !30 33
— — ; «do pref I — — — — ■ M 52
100 U S Rubber 'in ' lfl !14 I]A j M ir.1.4
l.V>' do pref ! 52>4 82% r.2%1 62% 152 5.T
ITT B Shipbuilding — — — — 12 I 4
13.670' i; S Steel ! 85% S&%l M%| .14 i, 34 T SS
0.900 do pref I M%| 04% M% S4';l S4^.i 84' i
Va-Caro Chem.. 62% C2Ti 82% C2;i! R2T4 (Vt
1 do pref [ — — — — 122 124%
88 Vulc DetlnninK.. 28 28 28 I 28 27 2»
do pref ' — — ■> — 75 7»
50OiWaba»h ! 27% I 27»i 27Hi 27»i 2S 2H>.;
2,WX»I do pref ! 47 »! 4Sij, 47H1 48 4S 45%
■SB— Wells Farpo Ek.| — — — — 2Or. |?22
«M|Wwl Union Tel. «IH! Ki%\ W.i SSt; 1 W% Rs»i
10 Weßtir-ch Mf«. . -17 1217 217 217 1211 ! 21A
: do Ist pref ... I — i — — — |210 217
ftso "Wheel & I, E...1 SI I t«%l 28 ! 234 53% 'Si%
1.14» dr, nrnf j M ! .*!'-i r.S I f.BU .'.si." CO
l.*« rto 2d nref i 34 I S5 | .14 I 34V 84% 34 T t
700'|WlJ>coniiin Cent..! 24 ' 24'il 24 124 24 I 21?4
1.2001 tepraf.... | 47»; t;\ 47 47% 47.* 4«
- — V« Iron .•*..' — — _ _ 38 84
•s<i..t Bui Ctfis.l — I — — ; — 188 ! r,5
R34.72a Total *a.les for the day. »Unli«ted. tSmall lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
Shares! ~ I Open- I Hllth- I I»w- I l.«»t
sold. I I Ing. I est. | e.t. | »al«.
ajmvlAmmi 4,'opper SBHI £3* ff*| «£•[?
.iOiAm Car & Fy.... 30H »»»* 31 «* »»»
20»IAm Ice !»*« »** 'J^! „;,'
i!s J : : i
474. Am Sugar. »25J4 12.4 12.; Vs .Jg£
7.74H At T& S F ::i TOJt 7»Ji '-1,, |5
40 do preferred.... <J7 i »7Mi 'H -Ji ■•
,:;;:;;;:i:,,^a;"Tv.v.:: «1| |* Jfl &
fsp ro^:::::! J 5 5 fgj !||
•aSa?!.?.^ .S5 i|3 SS *«J:*
.-..■ el X"* I Si. BSH £. ||
Toe.] Southern »U I S»% -•■ • . ST*
2.0*1 Krte :■■-■ »H »« g
kS|?n*<SS_?I I ' re/ . iS« ia»H |»« J^>s
21<lil,miis & Nash.... 117'ir 117 ■ 11' lllHi
4" ( >|Manhatt a n ■'■..::: l4='i 142H ]»j> 41H
i.ii Vft Street l»-"i l«% 1-'-l;V .Ji,*
220 Mes Central -'7r-«7 r -« 2.'s -• * r >*
21'»' mo k .v: t I -'.".*» ■-■'i- »H 20-
Tinj' ,i,. --preferred.-.-.. BWi S«H f ■•'• » •"•« •
7.0.:., M, Pa.lfic .1 111 "2' JIJI I IW*
300 Nat RR of Mex.. I 22% -•';' 22 ; "-*
i..i dn preferred...: 4<", 44* 44.1 44 h
4.'-tiN V Centml ! 13n 130*4 1 1 -" l4: Jj*!*
i«on v O .•.- w I 20% 29*. ?»Ji L,','
fcm'KftMM":::: ! iSm* 71". .I s - ( •» J*
2A'!" I Pennsylvania ....I 130% 130J4 '% ?
274>!Penn riKhts f -IH I ?.'ii /H| 3'«
aie> People's iG_ :: I in-i 7 W! I<>4 i«% ij«
»43fi:Ro?l! 151 and...:.: I 44 I 44^ «* 44»d
IO Si I. .v: 8 F I 7S' 7SH 7«H 7SS
3,22f»! Southern Phc... M%\ 84% BS £**»
.".UCSouthern Ry »>* »»H »»J» *'J*
io( do preferred.... B«Vi M<^ IttJ* 88*
M»ftT«ui:C-<i i «■-"• i <ri^i «1 T : Rr ' l «
•!4(>iTexas Pm ! SM, »HJ ■'<■'•'* 35H
!iT4»l"ninn I^ac ?«> W. »* "£4
:!<io!ir 3 I^eathT I 13* W% 1 S "I?
.r, i.ii. r g Steel ! 35 «4 •"-''* "-»"> 34%
r»0 dr. preferred.... ! *': MH :>: > , S4S
140 Wabash ! 27'2|N27»ij 27N -.**
1 . 551 i; do pr.-f>-rred....| 47?»| 4S-J.l 47?»l 4S
82.520 Total sales. .
BONDS.
I I Open- ! HlKh- I I-ow- J I>ast
Sales. I I Ing. I est. | est. I sale.
5T..00.11C RttF 45.... I S4HI «4HI Ssl • »4>J
12.00.VC0n Tob 4s I B2 ; f-' «2 «
1 1.000 IWanaeh deb B.'-.l 75V- 1 7-'.S 7SH' 75*S
828,000 Total paks. __i
MINING STOCKS.
Shnres'l I Open- I Hlnh- ! I-ow- I lJt«t
told. I I Ins. I eat. I est. [ sale.
1.000 1 Argentum .......J .01HI .01HI .01H! .niH
20!nrun*wlrk ' 1«4« .O-Hi •««* .O4Hi
aooicon c « Va i.» 1.2S 1.23 ! 1.25
1,000 .>i|. Cr Con .'»•'. I ■'!■'• -g fj
l,oro!lsabella I .1!> I •''■' - 1 -' ' v*u *
3.V»!Mexlcan ! sfl ■ Ro -^„ >".
mniMonie Gibson ! .417^4! .<>7 l Si .W« -«• '»
Ophir I l.l» ! t.«B I.M 1...i»
lOOlPnrtland I 1.45 I 1.45 1.4.. 1.45
WOlSterra Novada I .TO ! .TB f .Tft .<■»
•.•W Silver Hill ' .80 ! ,1" ' •'•* 1 -W>
Small Ho|ves . .4.* ! .4.". I .4.". .4.»
W) Standard I S.no ! 3.4«» I 3.« if» I 3.4 V.
2<K>!Unlcn 4-ons I .S7 I >7 I -S6 I >0
r>.770 Total sales.
WHEAT.
s?ales J I Open- I Hljrh- I I.ow- ! I^tst
bush. I I Inc. I est. I est, | sale.
72.-.4W»l.Tu]y ontlon I 72V. I 72H1 «Jj] 72H
000; Sept option I TM4I 7t>'4_ 7-) 1 .')^»
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Forpign houses deaM in
B.OM sbarefl in the local market, mostly purchases.
In London consols were unchanged, and the penera!
market wn? featureless. Traders were husy with
the minirisr settlement. Honey was easier In Paris
and exchange on London was weaker, both ther»
and In Berlin, where the money rate showed a
hardening tendency.
STOCK LOAM QUOTATIONS.— Loan quotations
were: Amalgamated Copper. Anaconda. American
Tee. Atohison common and preferred, Brooklyn
Rapid Transit. Baltimore and Ohio common. Col
orado Fuel. Delaware pnd Hudson. Erie common.
first and second preferred. Ijoulsvllle and Nash
ville. Manhattan. Missouri Pacific. New-York Cen
tral. Norfolk and Western. Metropolitan Street
Railway, People's Gas. Reading first preferred.
Repilblic Steel preferred. Rock Island. St. Paul.
Southern Railway preferred. Southern Pacific.
Sugar. Tennessee Coal and Iron. Union Pacific
common and preferred. United States Steel com
mon and preferred. United States Leather pre
ferred, Wabash preferred and Western Union. 2>s
per cent: Canadian Pacific and Pennsylvania. 2 per
cent.
A VIEW OF THK SITUATION.— As for more
than offsetting the supply of undigested securities
attention is directed to the vast amount of undi
gested money in London, which was disclosed by
the stupendous total of the subscriptions to the
British Transvaal loan. It is also pointed out that
there are times when it takes twice the volume of
purchases to put stocks up that It takes of sales to
put tliem down, whereas it now takes twice the
volume of sales to put stocks c!own that it takes of
purchases to put them up.
SLOSS-SHEFFIELD COMMON DIVIDEND.-It
is understood that action will be taken with re
gard to a dividend on Sloss-Sheffleld comr<on stock
in the near future, possibly before the end of the
month. It is believed that It v 111 be at the rate
of either 5 or (i per cent per annum. On May 31
the company will close the first half of its current
fiscal year. It is stated on prood authority that on
that date the company's accumulated cash surplus
will be considerably more than 50 per cent of its
entire bonded debt.
UNITED STATES STEEL. CORPORATION
MARCH EARNINGS.— net earnings of the
United States Steel Corporation for the month of
March were $9,912,000. This Is J412.000 greater than
the estimate m;ide by the directors. The earnings
for April "nave not yet been ascertained, nor will
the officials make any estimate of them. But peo
ple well posted believe that they will be upward of
$i2,<y>o.ooo.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL.— lllinois Centra] w;>s con
spicuously strong, although the buyintr reemed to
l>e merely for the more active of the Western op
erators. <'onsideraMe importance whs attached to
the dividend outlook, and the brst opinion con
firmed the holier that some increase in the divi
dend was to be expected in July. Harris. Gates A-
Co. were the principal buyers.
GOLD EXCHANGED FOR EXPORT— Lazard
Freres have enpaped $1..">>">,000 gold at ihe Assay
Office to be withdrawn this morning and sent to
Paris on the steamship Kronprinz Wilhelm. I^ater
in the week 8500.088 grold will prol.ably be shipped
to Argentina.
OFFER TO BUT OR SKLL RIGHTS.— Thomas L.
Maiison ft Co. offer to buy or sell New-York. New-
Haven and Hartford Railroad Company rights.
ATLANTIC COAST LINK BOND EXCHANGE.
- The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad has clven notice
to holders of the first mortgage 4 per cent bonds of
the Florida Southern Railroad Company and of the
first mortgage 4s of the Sanford and St. Petersburg
Railroad \h;n under tl:o agreement between these
companies and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad the
bonds r.f the Florida Southern and of the Sam'ord
Company may be exchanged for first consolidated
4 ncr cent mortgage bonds of the Atlantic- Coast
Lin* Railroad at the office of the United States
Trusi Company. No. 15 Wall-st.. until March 19.
19<<l on the basis of 90 per cent of Coast Line con
eolidated * per cent mortgage bonds for par o: the
bonds of the otlier two named companies, the dif
ference it! interest on the bonds exchanged being"
adjusted .ii cash.
COKN PKODTJCTS REPORT.
The Corn Products Company recently declared a
dividend of 4 per cent on Its common stock, from
the earnings of the laat year, to be paid In quar
terly instalments in 1903. The report of the com
pany, just issued, shows a surplus after preferred
dividends of $2,387,776. which is nearly $SCO.t)CO in
excess of the amount required to pay 4 per cent on
the outstanding. common stock." and which, added
to the company's surplus of the preceding year,
gives the concern a surplus fund of upward of
J1.500.4»). Total surplus as of February 2S. after
preferred dividends, was J5.327,511. The company
has a big cash fund on hand, and It Is a large
lender of money in th« Street. Detailed earnings
for the company's fiscal year follow:
Total receipts from all sources $4,142,522
Expenses 12»,tf?>0
Net profit $4.013.M2
Preftrred dividends 1.4241.0435
Surplus ■■• *2.587.T7<j
Previous Mrptaa •.*. i 33
Total surplus February 2J». 1903 $3,327,811
The balance sheet as of February 28. I<KB. is as
follows:
Assets:
Coet of is-cuntles fT3.238.74S
Bills receivable 115.4VH)
Caah in banks 3.212.511
Total HUN M
I,i.ihllltl.»:
ri.f.ir.-.l »t<ii k 8ar.3T8.9M
Corntmm nock 44.W1.78a
BmrphM ae<-ount. h«lnnc« l«02 $7.U».7XV
■nrpioa profit, l!Xe- f O3 2.5*7.776
Total . »75.586._8
TiMae tl>;ur. bear oi't the remarks of C. H.
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF NON-MEMBEB BANKS.
11 TTM rt fii p : |' P ji
banks. •- i * Til is :l| |=I j pi| •:| ': 1
• I II Inl I'l I ffM II SI
\__ } .fffi it hi ft 111? Hi iMr
NKW-TOTtK OTT. I ~~"~1 "1 I" ! I I
Borouchs of Manhattan I I ) -' v ' ~' I- '
and The Dronx: I,W«^» ii^u U>n f 3V.fiOo' *41 4<«i' Jlo.*.;«> $257.»»>| *Is«Ort> 12.0*000
Colonial ?i'"^l 'Sim t«tt!m las'?*" iJKft 1 I*7 •*<» «-«»t X1«L««I
Fourteenth Street...... ''*>• *?' ??'-£ rSf art bu» V'.U*> »£• ?w? w J.<M3.^»> =
Mo.uit Morn, I S£2£J lVi?.«t I*7.W«<, Sl5«l I*..*-- --• f 2.217..'^^
Nineteenth 3».J«» *►• 3 130.W0 !*:«« 1W W. '■> ■• •• •
Wver»lde '<?»•'*". V-m*?> H-v"ft*) 3M.«li v•■ M
»t»te i£!-«-« Ji*C i w'S« ! ».*io.» I7.\.<w. : • - —
Twelfth Ward '-W. j g-|2{ Iwlfw": 32.K-O! 12*.W" 147.«« 31.9W l.«3«.5«» _
Twenty- thlr.l Ward.... JW.i£> .^ i.' ' ■■. 34 >/«>: arc. ♦--> »*.lt*» I. -• l.«-M.2f«
Fidelity | TT 0"™.!0 "™.! Tl4"Sv»i «S» 60.21*»' !U :<»>' <2.X»v «35.3f0
Varlck ..-■! »W.«« 4Jrt IKiaW* |2 Jin i S»».H»» 1J.77'-. sSt** I.7MHPO
J*«T-r«Bi ?£-?,I "^^ ! -Wt^' H 11 - =W> I - 7 - 2 " 0 2 - ( '" 1 i • S3lK '' ( —
r*nt»ry Ii!i«v» i'i«-!fiO' %4I 000! t*.-" l ** . I«t7«* 29.7«> — .WMViO!
I'.k. Of WaVhtort Ht». ino.OO<» "- : y« „**VS?»' fflLMj^Mwi i«H — |i.=«.«oi mono
Borough of Brooklyn, i ; «-»« a ,ii t «K.4nO I2.SK»!» 155..V0 27.1. 4f0- j2«42.*w|
Brooklyn , V,?'^, £«*>• 3JM1200 4.800- . 31..tC«| -•-••• S7.o«>! «B«>.4o*V
E! hth Ward.--..-... S'l£ i?JJSI iIS«W l» i«*' <H 4Wlfl " 2S.WW ! s.*»<A.7W> ' 24<V5«>
Mechanics' V^i^l ■^nii^' sv""l>no 15.0« O* 4.'».4f>0 ftN.fon! to.wrii J»7.«rrOf
Merchant.' U5221 r^'wi I nffi l.saOfrt| .TSO.C^.I ««.«-.' '7.v0 4.MiOAf>' M.iWM
Nat.nna! City rirt MO. S>7oO 3,^ St««» 24«.««>j 3«3LWOj lliwjOJ 3..-Or>.f*V»j ».sfO
National City ?2£2K ipi mo! nsi «..« lO.fiOO «l.eno! 42. *fxt 124.2«»»i 9T9.P<iO
North SKI- JW.«O« im.^ 1 ot** 1 W.3W»' - 1T«.1OO ; €2.»*v»i «V.6r0l l.Mt.'M*
People--. JJS'!!2» '^•?in «40Ti«r> k !«•• 47.7<X> «7 7ft<>! 13.700! K23..VWV
S«vent M nth Ward .. ««» «» ■*, 97 1 2. in*. 123..W 22. 0H0 ».o*>; 148.«»
w^^r:::::::::::: 1 fi-Mrt -VW¥> 4.1 T0< • "7.40*. 3T IOU ! 114..W) I..'JW.W» —
S^r:::::::::::: SSS %S8 &- » s 3Tl °" mm ™-*^
Boroush-of Rlchmon.!. j _ »'-.rw»' 17 KpO 15.*>"0 74.9"0! 12.00 A! 80.400
Rm^rwSirsfT*: iS:;S^ «S 55S «3S ' 3S i«».i«» i — i «*ooo vv *
■ JERSKY CITY. ; _,„! , „,, ono' IM |J ' 2T^> J«»'i 27r».10<>: 1.21.".. 1.014. « lTl.flOO 4/<V.fW>
Flrn National JCM2E '-riVSno' < •^•••' r^ '3 +t , V.VW .iift.-o© 85.00» 2,W.0T0/ »yn
Hudson <•„. National...; saji-'^T S.V'^nn imijK© P2W« IJtuJS l«W.«r«' 1*».2r0 »Tl.*» : "*••
SSS*s2SiS!::::::: SKS §?:SS tSiJSj 5«. «S omm t-mw »m»
lec^^NKai::::::.: „Annft' w ion *»SS 2«l.tinr> 113100 - » Ui*moo M.M»
55U%SSLi::::::: BKq J^:^. 55 8a -■■ W BBS »m»
Total national .' »a.4«7.n«»'tS.lPl.3oJ»' , j
Total State banks.... l 4.88T.O0O! 4.410.«00| I •' \ !
Totalß . TTTTtvtr^ioo m:<whw »a.4ii.w»«.4BMiw>mM*3n>'»72i>Ls«»-w.wi.ai»: i.;m»
•As per official re-! I ;
ports 12 nat'on*!
hnnk!>. April '.». lftOX! , I
3f> State banks. Feb-! f • ' I >
ruary 26. 1903. I I - ' — — ■
- — — r^r~; — i 1 __ Ltogl£2LL togl£2L! i +«i.ono : '**"' ti<.y-o^ tTs.w
Reserve. JoO.COO <l»r. I . _
tlncrease. JDecreaje. . __^
Matthiessen. president of the company, at the aa
■aal me*tlns. who. altar statin* that sufficient
time had not elapsed for making as the -nnual re
port, said:
S3?^_a_n| r «nSS,ijSgS_
u££ l£vlM ■* &lr surplu. tor »ucl. draand, as
an increase of business may require.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Much the same condition which prevailed dnrtnaj
the preater part of last week dominated the outside
market. There was scnrcvly any animation, even
in the Issues which were tuuauli HSSII for activity
recently. Prices showed comparatively few changes,
and those which took place were, for the most part
declines. Northern Securities sold off l l i In the
initial dealings, but Buhse^uently rose l«i on light
purchases. American >an preferred was strons;
the common was' a fraction higher. The copper
shares were dull and easy. International Mercan
tile Haiiac common lost 1' 2 per cent from the last
previous sale;' the preferred lost about the same sa
fa'.rlv- large offerlnps. In bonds. I'nlted States Steel
ss. on fairly h*avy offerings, lost >s per • cent.
White Knob Copper 6s. on s.nall dealings, rose
about 5 per cent..
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnishe.l by William E. NiciK.l.i & Co.. Xo 15 Wall ?r.)
I Int. i Int. " I
i. : rate. | period. ] Bid. JAsk'd.
American Elevated Co I — ! I N 1
Amer. l>lght & Trac ! — , "7 7!»
Amer. Valley Co. bonds 65.. | 5 M & 8 l*»- M
Aberdeen Cons.: i — 42>i 45
Am SKpf & com combined. | — j • j — | «O
American -Chicle. i 1 Mthly I. US 122
American Chicle pref I H <>-J -• * M
American Bank Nte ! 5 Q-J j -->:'-2 98
American Brass... I — I IW> —
American Graphophon* I 8 <J-I> 3.1 *•''
American Oraphopbooe pf. .: H , Q-D S4> ■"•
Am. Pine ! — — Z*
Am Press Association I « j Mo 88 '.«>
American Palace Car , — ; — — - — 32
Am. Ship Bulldlnp — ; ■ 42'- > 43 i
Am. Ship BUildlnK pf ! 7 Q-J S»H j I«>4
Am. So<la F.-.un. com ! ■ — i 3 I
Am. Soda Foun, Ist pref.... 1 4} : 4V. ! 7..
Am. Soda Koun. 2d pref I — j Is 22
American Thread Co. pref.. 5 J A J -.; i •»'♦
American Typefounders' I\4 QJ 34' si tt-a
Amer. Typefounders' pref...! 7 Q-J l»2 I l'"»
Amer. Window Gluw I 1.1% j SIS j • •'■•"•
Amer. Window 4^lass pref..| 7 ; — S7 -
Arrer. Writlntr Paper com..| — | r» ) •>'*
Amer. Writing: Paper p:ef . . I — I 2>t'j | 21*
Amer. Writ. Paper bds. 55>..! ' ] Jn .' 74't 7.1
Anthracite 4;oal I — ! X & A 74> Hf>
Automatic- Heating pref i — 1 — — '-'2 to
Bllsa E. W. <•.. -i 10 y I MB I.V»
Bliss E. W. Co. pret iIS I 4J-J 14.1 145
4>lluloid Company ! 8 i Q-J IW —
Cen. Firework? com I 2 — r 21 -"■
<>n Firewrjrk!< pref I 7 ' F * A 89 '•'
ChesebrotiKh Mfß" I V Mo 4,V> 47«»
Chic. R. H. Ter. E3c Co. •"- •"• MAX BS M
Cen. Car HratlnK I V (F&A «55 7.1
Columbia Elec. & MfR. C 0. .1 — | ■ — .v» 75
l>env. In. Water <>. pref..; — | — BJ
rvnv. In. Water Co. bon^ls. ' .1 | J& .T |8 88
Empire Quicksilver ! — * Ci
Empire 5tee1.....:... I — • 1* l**a
Empire Steel prcf fi ! J * J 51 M
Kinpi:e i~. Pucar — — — ; *2'i
Kmplre Sucar Ist Cs I 8 J& J — '■»•'>
Gorham Manuf. pref ] •*. ! Q-J 12* —
Hudson River Tel « ; Q-F l4i» MO
Hall Signal I 8 Q-J. Hx> ! 11<>
Herrtnsr H. M. Co I — * - -J
H.-rrln(? H. M. ' "o. tstp*... 7 ••- 4O
Herrlne H. M Co. 2d pf • 7 .""• 14>
Inter F Ens com an.l pref.. 7 i 44> 4>.
Inter. Kubher Co — J 44 44 '?
Inter. Power pref j — ■ — IH>
Inter. Sail 1 — — "H I»'j
Inter. Salt 5s , i 5 A*O ■»» 4s
Inter. Klevatlnn<"o I * j > »•• 8B
Iron Steamboat... j — ! I 1* -
J. n Stftson com 1". A* J 1.-,1 MB
.1 B Stetson pref ! ■« . J* J 14" lO>
Lorlllard pref I 8 Q-J 125 135
Lanston Motiot>-p^ ' — ! 1«> H
Maine S. 8. bonds j — I 74 | ,V>
Maine S. S. stocks |— . 1"» I 22
Madison Snuur* Garden ... j fi M* V 14 I a)
Markeen I'npper > — *fc .._■*
Mercenthaler "15 Q-J IM 1«3
Mexican Silver .'.« — 34 ■;»
National Cereal Milling Co. ! — ] sf> —
National Gramo — 1/ 2»i ■
S V St-vedore !12 r Q-M SfV, Wl*-*
kIT/N.J._T I 7 Q-J IBM 14>4
Old Dominion S. 5... « J * J ' 120 ' —
Pitt?.. Bess. A _ E 3 — 34 ; 3.
Perm. Salt Manuf 12 A& O ' 112«* —
Planters' Compress — 1 — IR'»
Planters' Compress pref.. .. — ••> S2
Pratt * WkJtn*y pref R i J>» —
Procter & GmbMi !12 ' S4f> 3«i
Procter A Gamble pref I S ' 202 2^4
Quaker Oats — — *> 71
Quaker Oats pref — »• »2
Railway Auto Sales J — 40 , 43
Raltwar Auto Sales pref — ■ , i 5 , &*
Safety Car Heat *Ll«rht ... 9 1 Q-J 172 1*»
Securities «V>. Consols 45...: — 60 £
Simmons Hardware cm !, R An-F i — 1««
Simmons Hnrdwnre Ist rf . . j I FA A 132 145
Simmons Hardware 2d pf.. . — — 1»2 , 14-1
Simpson-Crawford C» — , ■ , -J
Slnß*r Mrs. C« 1 Q-J S.V> , S«
Standard Coupler l» «- «
Standard Coui.ler pref 8 ; 130 140
Ftand. Metal Tile — »H »
Stand. Metal Tile pref — * •»*■
Stand. Mill. Co ! — ' , ,5,,
Stand. Mill. Co. pref — t 25 ■2. H
Stand. Mill. Co. 6s ; 5 M«_ X ( .2 \ 7«
Stan-i. Rotary Motor — — J — i ■£
Stand. Rntar/ Motor pref .' — j — | »
Sterllnß S?rr:::::::::::::rt \-*F m 1m 1
swift a Co • Q; F _ 1 !* *!!
10th *ZM Street Kerry ■ • 5-. A& O 6<i ...
Tubular nis..-. — 1"» ■
Tefft Weller Co — JJ t »
Tefft Weller pr»f — g "
Trenton Potteries cam.^.... — -^TZT S ~*
Trenton Pot. pf assented... 8 Q-M W P5
Trenton Pot. Funding Cttm. .4 J i J : - .4
Trow IMrectory. new 4 - ;lj» >-
Union Switch & Sljrnal : Q-J 1.0 IS
C-nlon Switch & Signal pf.. » U J J- r "
1-nlcn Typewriter c0m...... : «• — — -^ JU ]>'
Union Typewriter t.t pref. 7 A* O 11 t-1
Union Typewriter pref... S A* O . 12l» 12".
Un. I^ead * Oil — ■ ■ ■ ■ — !-•
Un. s& Ch ' — - ■■ j — 9
T'n. C. ft Ch. pref , — ' — 3*
V. S. lumber - — — =£' -*•'
XT. By. of St. I>. pref 5 Q-J » M
Un. Tob. Co. w 1..... — ' | *; «
Vn. Tob. Co. pref w\ — 7Z j «£
IT. S. Knve!ope com — ~^" ¥1 f*
VBL Envelope pref J Q-M «S .5
£S:S=»::::::::.: • Q~ M .*5 .7^
U. S. Class pref — : 14 £ 14 j*
Wash. Bldtr. Ass'n....- — ■ ' • *? '*!
Westlnnhou.e Air Brak*.... 25 [ Q-J ZM *»
Worthlnpton Pump pref 1 — I • I 1-* ' »-•»
FERRY COMPANIES.
<Turnlsh«d by •WillUm K. Nichols ft Co.. Xe. 13 Wall-.t >
. ~~~ ' I Int. period. | Bid. Msi
n^^i^ioy:! mTV^: i|h ioK
N rt Y A tr E k n'FeVry Ofiwi:.' Q--«- ,»J
dn Ist ml X 3*. 10— ,tn i«^u
ACTIVE STOCKS.
(FonUsbed by William E. Nichols 4 Co.. N>. 13 "W»n-itJ
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Ajkei
Am Ba' A F!<*. 4!» il Inter R T Wpc.HS tMH
Am Can... 7 : ; 7 Inter R'ibb*r Co. •. M^
■do r.r«f *r,'» 47 X.-i Mlnini?. ... % \
Am Maltinß Bj. KM4 I--' I LJfCht r 4 Pow.. 32 Cs=%
Am ToUacc TTt 230 jMije-tlc Can -» 4
i:.t, Mate Ga«. . 5-16 S Marhat Tmnslt.. ♦' 4\
Bordcß'a C M..N*S 110'ilM * B Cop Co.. !*» 1%
,|,, .■ ,m ..1»; lls'-Nafl Jusar pf..102 Ml
r.rlt Col Copper. 4S ■• -!N ORy Co 14 a IVi
BKT 4s S^ .6* t do r>r»f 41 42
Calif Cpper. ... -i • 'i! la 4S» M'» *2
uadn Land... 5-lK *»!N iC Trans ... S %
Casein Co of A. 12 14 IN V Tran-. •> *-,
do pref — S* I N rth Securltlf*. P^-» •*'■»
Cent l*«lr> ■ 3*i -"« Of.n FA-v com... 42 «
do prtf 17** 19V do pref.. •'"• «i»
<Vmpress*d Air. 33 1 * 4 i Pac f * ■ com. 1 *
Con Hefrta .... 4*. 44 T »j do pr-f ■ ♦ •
j^. For Wire .. '■•'* 11 i do I>el. fcs — - 1
Domln avrar... 5- 3S I Roy B P com HS 1_
K!e,trlc 8.»t... 23 "--' . la pref «C; M»
«o i>ref . .. 41 4.-, iScabrard Air L.. 2T>* SI
Elec L.R com.. I's S ! <lo pref 42 43
do pref 3 4 ISeab ,-"t A Ir .. . > r » »H
Electric Vehicle 11 ' i 12'j: Standard OK 6&» 6S.
do p'ef 1.'. ! » lt»'» *toras« Power... r * 1
Electro-Pneu .. «s '* St I>>uls Trans.. 27 8»
Fuel Oil ■.v^r. 22 22 •« Union 4'npper "- -'»
Gold Hiil -CY-p.. S 7-l«iT«i Cbpper -' x » *
Greene Con Cop 2^»s 22'«:Un!t Bt>* B.3ard. _■* ■3 ♦
GUSB Expl Co.. 12<> 13S do pref 224 23S
Hacken Mead... 1' .17 lUnite.l ■ opper ... H I*>
Hay To* com... 45 4:» '" S U«i"t *H . S>*» l«-»
lo pref 34 *» !X' S B«Ml .".* **\ ?f4
Boost Oil com.. 7 I" I Wash Tr Co. t« : v H-»
111 Trans 1H l'»! *■ pref 3» -i
do pref 3" 3?> I h» «1 ••;* II
Ini Her Marine. 19 11 "White Knob C^. I>*» •»
do pref 25»»? .li> ' &a 6s H« -
Inter Rap Tran.lo3 l»>t 1
BANK STOCKS.
(RepurteU by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wai! s: )
! Dividend. f I- '
Name. . Capital. when ) Bid. {Ask*!,
| payable. [ I .
America fj1.5rt1.41.i0; 19 J &J. , 540 I »4>
American Exch... 5.4«>.f«W. 9M. * N. 2.V4 2«>
AMor National... 35O.i>0i>| 24J Quar. J. .3O ■ I.^XJ
Bowery WMW© ft J. &J. . 3*> f 38S
Butchers * Drov. 3»K>.4>!O! . 1J» , Ihs
Consolidate.l lA»«>.».<«. — - - IK* W*
Central I.4Vk>.oi).>! BJ. i J. , MB 170
Cent'irv Hi*i.i»iO. 173 —
Cb.se. 1.0»«.4."UOI 12.1. 4.1 7.M -
Chatham . ... #Sa.S»s] 1H Q.iar. J. 340 3«>
Chemical ... 3«0>i«» V*> 81-m. J. 4.250 ,i.Z2i
Citizens' | I.:.sti.'N»i ii J. & J JS> | l*i
City 27. <»<».»>■« HM. & N. 2WI i 3«>
CommVrce".'.".*.'-.- ! H.iHiO.<»Ht ! sJ& J. ; 3*> 379
folontal . . -. i 140.0m>. 4f» —
•orurobta ... I 3(k>.ooO| sJ. A J 3.;. ; —
Corn Exchange... 2.4«->..r)O 14 F & A. VX. 403
East River 2W.4»»>1 SJ. AJ. "■ —
KquttaDle 2W».«JOO| — tV>
Federal I H»'."4«' ; — J^>
Kide'.lty 38a.«8« - ■ 1»»
Kir«t National ... IO.tW«.«!O 2» Quar. J. 7»> DO
Fifth. National... | 23&00»| 12 J. AJ. 375 —
fifth Unmr.. ...I I4».i**>! 14» Quar. J. 3.7.V) i.<™->
Kourtli National.. 3.W>«-».««X»i 7.1 AJ. | 22r> 25>
Fourteenth Street' 10iM>4«>i -• M. •N. 2.0 .W
t;allar,n 1.000.4*X)| 12 A. * O. 415 . 423
Gan«voort ...... 2H4>.4H10 | 14" ! —
Garfleld I.(X-4».4<»| 2f> Quar. M. BM -
German-Amer. .. 730.00i»| B)F. «. A. I*> 170
German Exch... 2UO.OW»j 14 J. 4J. *V> -
i;-rmanla 21>4).04X>| 24> M * N. 62T. —
Greenwich ■•.•«• ft M. &N. ■— K»
ll«milt-n '• 2W0.0001 iIJ. AJ. | l.'» I —
H*n?.ver . .. 3.(**>.(**>. 14> J- &J. «t3 #»
Importers A Trad 1.9H0.W10 »> J. *J. «54> «:»
i v inc . I J.«>«L«*» sJ.* J. 23.". »
Jeffer-.on 204>.0W| 155 1«
leather Manuf.:. BSS.ua 1« J. A J 340 3*>
Überty I i.oo»>.t»K» li» Quar. J. I *2.- 6.3
Lincoln ; | 34».f»»l l» Qaar. F. jl.4>s<> —
Manhattan C 0.... 2."r^.'«»' 12 J <v J. —
Market & Fulton. 9n©.*»! l'» J. AJ. ' 2«> 2^
Metropolis MM. 12.1. *D. 4<X> 5«
Mechanics' '. 2.0<«».O0O| <» J. AJ. -T" t?_
Mechanics' i Tr.. »a.M*| •J.A J. l.*> j ]*»
Mercantile ... 5.00.).0.»>; »J.A J. JBS j3£
Merchants' 2.4>i0.4»»f 7J. 4J. | 17? I \*
Merchants" Bxen. «»».o«>i>i « J 4J. ; W ;
Mount Morris.... SBSbMI — , 22S ;2»
I Mutual i 24*>.(«K>| 2!»*> j —
Xaswu SOO.4XK>| *M. 4 N. I 1»* ( g
New-Amster Nat. 54W.CflO| 32 Quar. J. ! »4« | 5.9
X V N H A . 2.4K«.04>>i l.» J. A J. 3l'> J 3J)
X T County i 3».00»l 7» J. AJ. 1.300 I —
N V Nat Exch... I.UOO.«X>4> S Quar. M. 244> ?»
Nineteenth Ward. aßfcM»| . ! 15» I —
North America... 2M(*>.<'»K »J.A J. 22J> ~>
Northern Nat.... 38»;«a^ "B !1«
Oriental «n0.04»| in J. A J 2»> 24*
PaclHc 1 422.74301 H Quar. F. 2*<> _-
Park 3.4K»>.4»i4»t 15 I. A J. 4..^ *s.
People's 2»n.>mt lt> J. AJ. 2*> **
Phenix l.«iO0."n0! ]2<> 138
Plaza 1(W<10| «£» -
Produce Exch ... I.IVO.WW 7A.4 O. 1 .<» \*°
Riverside ' »MXOM SJ.* J. 2f 319
Seaboard SfO.OOOI «J. 4 J. I•» «T3
Second 3W.«»>j 12 J. «J. |f> ~
Shoe & Leather. I ■•■•■••' 1*»
State ni»m»-4)[ 29 J. 4 J. V*> "~
Thirty-fourth St 2«»).4>«1| -y 2W "
Twelfth Ward... 204i.04>0; «'j. 4J. 1?> *">
Twenty-third Wd I<*V>oi>| &F. 4 A. 1» : ,Z1
Unlte.l National. l.€4»».0O0l 1» "i
Varick I ino.«»iOi 21J> -»'
Washington Hts. I BBMBSi 3^ —..
West Net of U 3 10.4V».«'4X»! *" i **'^
West Side i 2(XMMOri2 J. 4J. 54S> I —
Torkvtllo I . 1<X>.«)OOI 8 Jan i S^*J__^—
STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES.
CKurnisned bir Wililam E. X!chc.:» a Co .. X* 15 W*U-»O
- . . I Int. p«riod. 1 Bid, lArted.
Brooklyn Cllllfl ....[ - 245 j 247't
BSiFFCR Co t»t 45.1W01 J. &J. 1»'» V*
B A 7th Aye KRCoIO pc; Q.-J. 24* r^
„ Ist 3s. Km 1 J aD. 160 101
do2d3s. lait...: I J. *D. WIS *;{*
Bwav SRItCo Ist ss. 1924. | J. *J. 1124 Jj»
do 2d 9«. 1905 I J. *J. WIS t*»
C P N ft E It It It Co stock! . __,
»pc -I Q-J. =10 , S*
I> l> E n i B i: i; O) istt | i.'
ss. IJ_ I J. *D. 118 »»;
do scrip 5p c. 1!»14 | J. *D. I»'2 V*
6tii Ay* It RC* lipt • -I Q.-J. *0i 4U
4.M Itt M A .<t N Ay« II R i v
Co Js; Us M 0 I Q.-J. r.'i'i Jl-^
«'. p c .no. 1D.5.. i M. &3. *> ; W*
do stncU I J. *J. W '*
»th Aye RRColi c j . W» J^
2J Aye Co 3 p c I Q.-J. 210 »*
do con 5». 104S I Q-M. 11* J *
do Ist mtc ss. I9W> | M. 4N. I»>s ><**
«th Aye RR Co T»< i il. 3t 173 }*>
SRy CO iLI c> Ist 6s. 193. 1 Q.-J. US }}»
7th Aye Xv stock I J. *J. I 117. J»»
23d St Uv leh .'.«. U"oe I Q.-J. J 102 V*
do stock, 1» p c I UJ. I 405 __LJii-
STREET RAILROAD BONDS.
jFurnlshed by WllUam K. Nichols * Co.. No. 15 W •«-•*>
I Int. i Int. I t , w ,«
rate.j period. 1 BM. U»*g;
Atlantic Are Ist. l'JO> 5 ITB |j»*
AU Ay. Con 5s g. 1331 ■ A* O n* "* *
Rklrn Height* Ist. 1»41 • A*O IS 1 ' 104
Bkljn B* W E G«n. 1333. S A*<> ■ J« JTfw
Bki>n City Con. 3a. m 1... » J *l }«* Ul^
Bklyn Orowtowo l.t. 100*.. ft J* •» »* J^
Bklyn C £ .N'ewtn Ist. l»0«. 5 JA { }»■» Ji2
UMSf Island A B Ist. IMH. 8 J* J J£* S
Con*y Island * B rtf. 1903. 8 J* \ .«£,. «••%
Calvary l>m * O Ist. 1»»7. • J* -J ,7 *>
Pet Un Ry Ist 4Ws. I«*s •- — £*J -J5 10
Opt * I>»rlnM»r Ist. 1»14> ... • M* N "gu _
.Irsnd St A N'n Ist. IOO«... » 'St MC* _
Jamaica &Hk IM. IS2O B £^1 •tS'* —
New \V * n Ist. 1041 *H Z±t »£*"» -
■■S Beach M I3ta • MAN ■•
Venk-rs -t Ry l»t Cs. 1949 _ , _ rjji
Uasumed by M«t St Ry)..l 6 A* O '__ ,_
' •A»d intcr*«t.

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