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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918.
COTTON FIRM AFTER
icnt'd Slowly, but Soon
cl inert on Sollins? by
two, Fifteen days morn of thin kind
of weather will put farmers further
betilml than Inst yenr. No work ilntio
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
TTCTTKIt SPOT ADVICES
Orlonns Market Ailviineo."
l-U foil t to Near Post
frier of Season.
(i.tlnii whs stonily yi-Hlfiilav lifter
htii inix iatl ytrciiKlli ami then malm;
tu M'M'ial iinliitH lie low Tuestlay'K c-lii.s.
hill, hut i oouv i't ink' mid D'KlHti'rliiK
small inlvaiu'i In tin' iifti-riiiiuti. The
easlin; i-nrlv was timstlv tho result of
li.tivv kcIIIiik by Wall Street Iniuse.
li.iiieil nti the weakness In stoolts ami
iimvrt.ilnty nifiirilliii; the Mexican
Mtu.illiili When this selling let up
hiipiinit ImpioM'd with better spot
news from the South, Im-Iuilliii; an
nilvjnee in several markets. New Or
leans spot quotations were i.e. higher
restcnluv and an- now bark to near
lh- best pi'lees of the season
if ports retfarilluK the new erop
not so unaiiluiously nm-ccil that
acr will lin Greatly liiereasi'd,
some statllik: that land pi ep.uatlon Is
further bnol; than at this time Inst
year, while there are trie reusing fears
regarding the ravages of the boll wee.
vll this vcar On these developments
uetit tturiit Improved u little
The early tradlns was at prices C
to 10 pultits above Tuesil.iv s tlnal, re
sulting from the stieimth shown at
New Orleans on Wednesday, when this
mm'Uet was elosed fur the holiday,
white th Liverpool markets were
steady both Wednesday and yesterday.
The week end statistics to-day are
expeetfil to be bullish iikuIii, with early
Indleatloiis that the Into Mailt move
mrnt for the week will be about 200,.
000 to IMP.UOO bales, as compared with
2t!.IHiO last week and ST'.'.OUO last year
Splnneis" takings ate e.pected to be
In ecess of :iriii.niM) bales and a de
crease of around I,"iniiii bales In vis
Uil supply Is looked for as a result
However, as It was at about this time
last year that the statistical position
nf cotton commenced to Improve bull
ish IlKiires will not look so pood In
comparison with 1911 as they have In
Stocks of cotton In
li i otislilerablv Increased this ear
there are still many who do not e.
peet that such will prove to be the
case when plahtliiK Is all llmshcil. One
of the mo-t strenuous exponents of
the view that even if acreage should
be larger next season consump
tion will Inctease In proportion 1- the
editor of 1'oMoti urn (Virion Oil .Veics
of Pallas. lleii.irdlnc the possibility
of Inci eased consumption and produc
tion this publication stat es that 1.').
oOu,"(nj bales of cotton will be needed
to bo aroutul in IDIU at the present
late of consumption, and adds. ".liin
mules and much fertilizer and much
new land and much rain and much
sunshine and much labor and fewer
boll weevils will lie ieulreil to pro
duce It. Iicuanllm: the last It is
pointed out by cotton men that the
Insect pest spread over T..100 additional
suuare miles of laud under cotton till
fixation last year, nisikinvr the total
Infested area 27V. 000 square miles, evei
tliuilKli last winter had been an i'N
eptlonally severe one In tli itton
belt. With such development after
very cold winter, which could be e
peeled to i educe the niimbeis of the
insect, they think that the boll weevil
may show a further startling in
iie.ise tliis e,tr. as the weather has
been comparatively mild this winter,
especially last month.
Spot cotton was steady: middllm; up.
lauds, U.o:.. mlddllim (iulf, nun, un.
chanced, no sales. Snutlii rn markets
were unchanced to ' up. Prices for
spot cotton in the prim Ipal Southern
markets were. New Orleans, O.il
vestmi, ins,, Norfolk, l:'s, . St. Louis,
12ai. Au-ust.i. 12', Munphis, 12, ,s.i
valinah, 12 !i-lt".
rbe ,i.w Yoik market for futures
steadv. 1 point off to 2 up.
for futures here:
open 111th- l,w
Wheat nml Corn WrnU I'rulrr Sell-
InK l'reuns llata Mendlrr.
Wheat prices were weak yesterday
under selllm; pressure and profit tali
IriK by many of the leading Jnterests
who had suppoited the market earlier
In the weel: Tin-to vvns practically
tu I'ojlni; sootiort from ouWIde sriecu-
I lalors, w hile export and cash demand
.was poor. Many developments were
aualnsl prices, while the few that
mlp.'ht have stimulated support, Ineltul
liu; the lack of snow roverlm: In Hun.
slan, were almost entirely dlsrenarded.
I'orulitn nun kids weie weak ilurlntr
the last two days, with heavy declines
at Liverpool and Winnipeg, white do
mestic iniirkets Were closed on Wednes
dav. Thire lire Mill claims that there
Is a coiiRestloti of May wheat In the
West, also that some parts of the winter
wheat territory have not sufficient
snow covering, with low temperatures
in ev nillntr. Argentine exports for the
week ure expected to be heavy a train,
while the urovvlni: plains In India
which were damaged by Intm continued
droiiHht have been refreshed by liood
rains Movements are only .moderate,
but sufficiently heavy to supply nil
demand at present. Political events
abroad seemed to be without Influence,
l'lour sales have been light and lower
prices are looked for llroomhall esti
mates thu Argentine wheat shipments
for t li ci week at ri.finO.OOU bushels,
against r,lfi.s,000 actual last week and
1,024,0011 last year. Net declines fur
the day w er to 1 i.e.
Corn was weak late in the dav utter
being fairly steady through the morn
ing on reports of futther good e.port
business at Huston. About nrty loads
weie sold to Kuropcans through that
port. Weather conditions were favor
able to the movement, and receipts are
hcaw. farmers continue to sell freely.
Ileports from Argentina indicate that
corn Is In better condition than previ
ously thought after the drought there,
while exports for the week from that
country ale expected to Increase to
1.27u.ua0 bushels, against 1. 1 111,000 last
week and none last ve.it- lleavv liqui
dation b.v some of the largest holders Is
thought to be In progress. It Is said
that the movement into sight during
the lest of the season will be very
heavy, and that there Is more corn yet
to come forward than ever before In
the .ilstory of the grain trade at this
time. Hearlsh sentiment has been In
creasing; reieiitlv, with the Liverpool
matket weaker, and estimates of the
crop trom Sourh America being raised
contliiuall.v . Hears gathered courage
early In the week when prices were.
easier even though the largest inter
ests were supporting the market, and
with prospects that feeding during the
rest of the winter will riot be heavier
than normal, w Ith the small demand
In liecember and January for that pur
pose, they are predicting still further
declines. At the closing vestenlay
prices Were 1 to 1 c below thu llhal
quotations on Tucsduv
o.its were relatlvi steady. w!th
betttr demand than for other grains
and less presure, although prlei s were
lower with tlie other markets. Country
offerings wire freer on the upturns,
but were fairly well absorbed Time
are also predictions that the move
ments of oats will tin i ease and that
tile Invtsihle supply Will he found lo
be larger than generally supposed
when the farm supplhs come into
sight. At the closing prices Were Ij
to tc. lower than tin previous clos
ing. Ileports from the wuitir wheat ! r
Tltory do not Indicate that there will
be much losi this v,iir on aciotint
of cold weather and xer little com
plaint legarding Ins, ct or other dam
age has bcu heaid as .-t. More than
half of the lorresponileiiti of the Mull
igan crop department, however, re
ported some Injury to tin- winter- wheat
of that State during the month of
January. With export bids app.n cut l.v
out of line bears an- talking of still
further declines In prices urbss cash
or lorelgn demand shows r.r-at Im
provement, or unless the Lug- interests
rfgaln give tin- market good support.
The foreign war situation and th--
trouble In .Mexico have b n larg.lv g
Iioleil in the last two or thlee ll.IV s
both In domestic mail. its and abioad.
Prices at Chicago were.
(lel. Huh- Low
15 cents a pound, thereby tnklns nd
vanlngB of conditions as they actually
etist rather than hold sloclis In the fare
of nn uncertain market.
'I Im I'tah Conner Company yesterday
announced Us detailed operation for the
last quarter of IRIX. Tim yield for the
three months period as.r.',no8,,s2 tioutul",
(.-omparlrik' with 2U,M0.o:i) pounds In the
preiedini! quarter dross production for
the entire year was pnjTfi.nnn tmunds,
comp.irlui: with fit.m,:: pounds, the mil
'I lie (Ireeno ('atianea Copper Company
prodDr-ed ilurinir January S,.Mi,(uii) pounds
ol copper, a record amount.
lie Work I ok
.Ulhoiisfh quotations continue to be
fulrly steady, with few prices much lower
than (he best recently, there are ninny
steel men who think that the recent small
demand for pig Iron In nearly all dldrlcts
will result in lower prices before long
They thiol: that the heavy buying of the
lat year or more, with production recently
at the highest rate In the history of the
industry, has satisfied most of the more
urgent demand for several months 'ahead
Htul that Inning will diminish as the time
for i In- tnrlfl discussion on steel nml iron in
The cruder materials, coke nnd scrap
Iron, have been weak recently, and lurther
dei lines in prices for each are looked for
llonever, even with pig lion rind other
materials showing signs of reaction, there
has been very little noticeable aflivt oil
finished steel. Only a few years ago any
signs of weakness In Iron would have been
almost Immediately reflected in steej,
but the latter has been growing more
rapidly, ns far as production Is concerned,
than has Iron, and steel prices now move
largely without reference to the others
There have been very few diiiuges in steel
prices since the middle of last December,
but what there have been were advances,
due to the .shortage of avall'tble steel In
various lines for shipment during the
next six to ten months. In prev Ions years,
with such a situation as there has been
In steel recently, declines In quotations
would b the rule, where, as has been Un
case this .vcar, there were almost con
tiuuous advances during h or seven
months and then several months daring
which prices stood still In previous year
declines started when advances censed
' he Pennsylvania li.illroad has plan-d nn
order for severity consolidation locomotives
with the American Locomotive Company,
in addition to u number of other large
contracts recently announced
OUTSIDE OIL STOCKS.
Former stnndird nil .InbildUrleB.
Liquidation of Klnndard Oil Issues con-
tlmi'd again ostetduy, Standard of
Kentucky sold at 400, Standard of New
Jeisey lit 3x4, Standard of New ork at
610, Atlantic llellnltig at fiGo. Standard
of Indiana at :t.1l unit similar declines
occulted In the other Issues. Toward thn
end of the day n tinner tone prevallid
nnd some recovery from the low prices
lliil. Aked. Hid. Aked.
Ant!o.merl-nCn!.tiI .. H l 14 l'4
Athntlr Itennlni Oi t" t-0
Iturkrye Pipe Line Co ...109 Wt !" 171
Chfi MfeCoCoiK . f4 ffil f.'.0 CO
CuiotihioiK-n .wi is -i i:i n"i
Continental Oil Co 1S01 IWr) ISO) ltW)
Crrsiftu Pipe Line Co K f.s (r '
Cu-nberl.mil P I, Colne .. . 7f, Ml 7S fi
lhnrku Pipe LlneCo 31 DS" 3M) iK,
tiiilciia .Signal Oil Co pf iV, U-i 1T6 n
tialenn.Mgli.il Oil Co 29'i 2'JII 2'.''i 2U8
lliillaii.i I'lpe Line Co . 12 HI lSD 14-
N'litlniml'l r.msll Co.. . . ej f.l 411 tl
New York Trim-It Co .. V:,r, ,nu MS .141
Northern Pipe IJne Co 117 1211 117 I'.i)
)hl oil Co ii-r. r."v K-s isij
Pr.Hlile Oil A (las Co :cs K2 328 r.32
Snl.ir Hi-finlng , . . . i.sii 701 7?0
Moutliern Pipe Line Co .. ?vi f-i '-'72 275
Sinilli Perm (Id Co . . . UTtl V'O iW) CW
so West Pa Pipe Lines.. . .101 172 ir,s 172
Stnndnnl OH Co of Cat . . 1M ls It") 110
Mnnilaril (IllConf Iml '.Ti '3j t'l. 3(11
St.nnlillil Oil loot Kan . 41m tol U) 510
Slflinl.iiil OIK out Ky nr. 4I.V 410 170
.st.iiidanio.'icodf .ih no, an .ov :co
.St.nnl.ird (III CuefN J.. . :iv, S.M 3-s", SSJ
Standard Oil Co e( Y Vi f.TO 670 07.'i
SiandardOllCoof Ohio 2-jo Ski 2U3 2:
SliimliirilOIICoioldi . 1101 ll-.-j 1I3J lt.VU
bwan A rinrhCn . i'31 :r) 240 2tU
Sulelillarles ten Mnei 72U ,41 "f )M
t'nliiri Tank Line Co ... 75 77 70 7X
VanniiiiOIICo . . . . 1J4 177 115 IIS
Washington un Co. . m nn :i:t 3i
Watrrs-Plfneco... 1.V01 100J IWi W
All limitation-, ilailars per Oi.iie.
PUBLIC UTILITIES SECURITIES.
t olTee l'rleei Decline Shnrplr Lit
tle Moving knppnrt I nderlone
I J '
(lose 1. :j
1. 1 .
The New Orleans market ease, s-vial
rolnts afti r the closing hcie. rutmes at
New 1 u leans weie .
Ui'tri- Hlsh Lou- Clou- Pre
in; e e n,r Hue
Mairh . ... Ij i:c-. 1: u:,; j; j
l-v 12 '4 U 1 -. 12 M 1:1V, 1. r
Jul. .. l.'i.V 1. .( 1. "n 1,, ...
Au.llsl . 1.-3I l: 31 I; Jj j SJ 1.3'
Oitol. 1 . II M II 1 H7I II 74 II 7.
I In L'.virpool market was easier: spot
cotton was easier at ii !iCd 3 points de
cline . sales, 7.0U0 bales, of which tl 500
win- American, receipts, 10,000 bales,
i 'mures at Liverpool follow:
Open- lllch- Ixiw- Clot- Prer
U'f et et tnj i lone
March Apr 7j 7: f 70 1 7ns, 74
Mar June. 7'i r 7'1 Ci i, 0 i.7.'
Jul .Am i C, 6n; 1,1.4 1; 1.44 c, t,;
11 A. M. bids to Liverpool were; March,
12 54, May, IS. 41.. July, 12.31. Liverpool
is due to open to-day unchanged to 1 point
Intel lor receipts, shipments and stocks
Ue. Laat Shin-
celpta year menu Stneln
.', 10 21.4 f. 3.3 HH,.',;")
I.i7 2.774 1.M1-.M
n 1: r.
IImIii 1(1! .
11.. f.l It. . .
i hi t A'ton . .
(In II411 .V Uar
lin c; r...
i il- itit
1 ne nit
I flr-al s , ir .
(,fn leili'irr. .
lIt:l-Mi in .
hit e l,,t .Nor.. .
Minn & Si I....
lie Kan i I ...
Ho 1-ai Ky ....
.X . L III:
Ma . . ..
sei'ti-mber . .
s, ptrmlier . . .
Cm uliaii liond' d
Other vi heat markets:
May .. .
J III J
VVi I e ;
lle.-eipts N'eir York
Kxpnrts New York
keeeipta - Interior ..
bhicniinlt Interior .
MM 23.!"2 11.;
Port receipts uud stocks were
rw Orleans. .
.Ne v Orlratu
. ) to,
, 12.0'.i3 33 217
rreeipta 10 day
6. if.) in r..an.i
1,3' to 1 i'"
23.1 1 r.
4 1 "73
Uuyers Included Waters, Liverpool,
Southern houses, Wilson, Morrison,
Uaudolph, Wld, Mitchell.
l-ellers: Weiiman, Carponter brokers,
Itavmond, Moore, Ilentz, Hubbard,
Itothschlld, Hopkins, Hutton,
lionibay advices statu that the, India
cotton market remains strong and
tin-re seems Utile doubt that prices of
Last Indian will closely follow- what
evir urivanco there may eventually lio
in American, as receipts nro iuimedl
ateiv absorbed In order to completo
loiuracth with local iiiIIIh and Japan.
M.u shall Ui.ur of Lick llros. wired
fioin Houston. Tex.: "Cotton buyers all
claim no business. Lurope now huy
ln l-'aclors hold cotton whet ever I
ha v 11 In en."
.Memphis wired: "Mule sales behind
last year. Impossible! to do much
ploUKhhu; In Arkansas, Tennesson ami
Mississippi before March 1. No cotton
In hands of email farmers. Inquiry
for spots lu Memphis, with factors
and exporters bullish "
Talladega, Ala., wired Drowning &
Co. ' 111b spot demand tliroiiKliout this'
"cuiin. .Mil much offering; I
irreae, or season ami vel V e ,,n,H- I.
hl know ur iiiuig ruin In day, or
Ipts and exports were:
Cash markets were ensb-r, with small
sales of wheat, but sales of lifty-slx
loads of corn. Cash quotations follow
Wheat No. 1 Northern spring f. o. b.
to arrive, SV'ic , No 1 Northern at
Minneapolis, &,'iU,c . No 2 red winter
f. o. b. to arrive, JLOfi'i ; No. hard f. o. b
to arrive, $1 03; No. 1 Manitoba f. o, b.
to arrive $1 02 '-s. Corn No. 2 yellow
c. I. f rail, 60c ; export f. o. b., &fii,o.
Oats No. 2 white, 40c, No, 3 white,
3X'ac. ; standards, 39c. Hye No. 2 West
ern c. I f llulTalo, tlrlc. llarley Malt
ing c. I. f. Huffalo, COc
Klour was firm with small sales.
Klour prices vvero. Sprlriir patents,
$4,0.1 to 4 S5 In barrels; winter
stialghts, 14 70 to $4.50, spring; clears,
$4 30 to $4.50; Kansas straights, $4.30
to $4.45 In sacks; rye flour, $3 fid.
Carload wheat receipts at tip; prin
cipal points were:
Tli" local coffee market had an r-
llteil 11ml erv .iietlf ,tt,.tiit- tfti.,.
' dav mornlnu. initial prices benm 2(5 to
3, points under Tuesdays una) I, v el.
under the pressure of hcavv sellini; on
stiqi los m-iiers iMiring the titst hour
the iindeilving sentiment was u.rvous
as tll"e was collllllUed Selling here,
with only sent tired buvini: liemoral-Iz-d
conditions lu Lurope were ilu- 111
Pint to the decline In tin- local market,
lit being said m that the wcaltniss
'abroad v as caused by reports of fnil
(utes 011 this side. There was announced
oil the Coffee Lxchallge Lite in the
'dav. the inability of a small trader to
no 1 1 hia obligations, although the fall- Anial copper
nil- mil mil nave iiiiicn eiiei-i 1,0011 local 1 .i.e . i.,.-.
A slight rally was seen shoith be
fore noon on local covcrlnc. although
flllther pressure ilevi loped dut log th
noon hour and values 1 1 ,1 1 1 n . I back to
the opening level. The undir'.one con
tinued nervous throiiuhout loo.st of the
session, and was tntltic m-cd lo some ,-x -tent
by th" weakness pri vailing 111
the stock and grain maikcts. Ihirly
in tin- afternoon the market ruled eas.
tln-re being some selling on stop orders
and by Lurope, with leading bears ap
parently having control of tin- situa
tion and hammering the market with
out .my buying support.
Cost and freight offers from llrazil
W ere to 3-ll cents I,,er. white til- ,
loi.il spot market was maiked down
in s.vmpath with the ibilln. inl
futur.s. Itlo 7s were iimted at 13"-3
cents, and siantim Is at 15,c 1
All of tin- foreiun markets brol.e '
slmrplv during the liolnlav lute mi
W, dm silay and hc:n nil Miow d for-'
tlo-r declim-s est,.-il,n . Ilambtiig
j opened l' to 1 pfu lower than T-P s
!di's Illials, anil at the close was off
.'r! ' 2 to 2-1, pfgs. Havre tlnlslied ;i t..
3'i friirus lower than on Tuesday It.o
..is weal: and Tin rels off from 'I'm..
day's pi Ice, wliib- Santos was also'
weak, at a decline of ,",0 rels to 7111, h
for 7s. Yesterday afternoon'.. Lit I
cable from the latter centre icp,rti
the opening as being quiet, nlthoUL.li
.",11 ri Is lower lllo exchange on
London was quoti d 7-54d. low 1 1
at lii 7.32il. Ilecelpts at Itio
were v.tino bags and at Santos ir,.iMin.
a total of 23.IIHO bags, against l."..00ii
:-', 1 last year at the same time. Sao Paul"
t,ook 1 Conn, compared with ;.niH a v.-ar
ago, while Jundiahy had 1 0,000, con
trasted with C.nno
Deliveries of llrazlllan coffee ;,t New
Tork warehouses on Tui-sil.iv aggre
gated J.S.Mt bags and Wedmsday being
a holiday this makes 1!M27 hags de.
llvered for tho three davs so far this
week, against 3'.i,30 bags lu the same.
time last week and 35, 373 In the cor
responding time of 1912.
Amertraa Merit A Trartles
Ameilran Lltm St 'Ir.iruon tit.. ..
Adlronil.vck Merino Pccr
AdlrnmlacK f.iei trie Toner nf
Ara-rn-an (,a A Kineinr
Amtrlraa na 1 Heine pt
American IMiser 4v l.lrni
Anerlem Cower e- t.itnr Df
Amrrlean I'noiu- t IJiu-s
American iMollc 1 1. line, pi
v lllo. ff rvire of
isminaawraltli I'll r.
Cummonwtalin I' It I. pf
Iiewllii It Kla-trir ran ji
Mecnlc Unn.r DeDutit pf
r.mtilra liotrlci ri-eirn
Ktaplre Dulrlcl I'lectrle 4V pf ....
I ruerai I.U.u a. rrao'lo i
I fileral I. lint 4 l i i-tlon pf
j retleral Criliuea Inrorp pt. ...i.'l!
Oaj Jc Meetrle srea nf
I.lareln lias ft Kiectrie
aloiilatia Poirer pf
llo.itgon.ery ucni & w p
Northern Mate rower Co
Nartflern s,t,te, p.iwer Co pf
oam i'ofr A Water Co
Hacinc Cat i nieetrle
Pariac 1. ii A Klfeirle pf
ItCPUL'lli MV A I.IIMCr)
I'.epuPik- Hv A l.i'tit Co pt
Manilir.l Cai .; C'ectrle
siarar.l (lis A Clecrrle of
Union Hallwav. ij.vs A Klertrlc
Union flaiikay, A Electric pf.
I luiu.i 1.1 cm A UaiUray
t niirn l.lrni A Kallwax 111 pf....
t'r.iteJ Urni tlaliwaya Jd pr....
t linnet improvement
I n.iUf, Irepriuemept pf
We.iern P.iwer pf
. 5, a
, 1 1
SHORT TERM SECURITIES.
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:il.lM , . . June, nil
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lu, 1. la
llievver ,t Co, bankers. Orand
Is. Mali, have issuxl a clnul.ir ni
1. made public ut'llty company.
N. Y. BANK NOTE CO. COMPLAINS.
sillier Hears That stock Kiehnnue
Disci lioliintes Aunlnal ( oneerii.
Ainvs-T. I'-'b III -jliwc 11 K.-;..iedy.
P' snlent, and (5orge A 1'iild, vice-president
ot tin- New Yolk Hank Note Com
Panv. protested to I Joy. Sulzer to-day
that the New York Stuck Lxch.inge ills',
ci 1 1 11 inn ted against them In the matter
ot iiigravlnp bonds. The complainants
I told the C,ovi rrmr that the Stock L
i change govt rums refusul to ltst srcuil-
tlcs unless they were engraved by th
Aincilcan Panl; Note Company.
(Jov. Sulzer said he was looking Into
March . .
Nov em tier .
Ill- eniN-r .
Sales r.i ,,t
f.Oi 12 37 l: 37
9 ni 12 1: r.l
ll.m) i:'m );;
:w 1: mi 1: hi
9 7.V) I.- M l; 7:1
cs.Mii is'or, 1S''1
2M i; VI 12 H
7V) 12 vl 1 .0
16,251 13 I 12 70
yiO 1. 79 1J 73
12 rut! i'5.
12 2.'.12 Li'
L 71-ilJ 7:
12 77,lJ 7
L 7Vl.- 7-1
12 HKilJ 1
t. 30 1.' k',
12 77 . 1" 7V
12 72 llj 7.1
12 7.' '1 12 7.1
Tolala 1,013 i'.i 1.011
The ,Vorf nrceslern Millri'i repoit of out
put tu barrels, with comparisons, was:
l.at Previous Lut
8(3. 40 367.511 314, IK
MARCH COPPER IN DEMAND.
Ilumeatle Cunanmrra After Nexl
Thern was a small demand yesterday for
March copper In behalf of domestic con
sumers, w lilch constituted about the only
leaturn of tho tiade. 1'orelgn advices
were to tho effect that cheap metal was
still obtainable, notwithstanding which
lact heavy lonvard buying litis not material
ized. Llectrolytlo topper may now ho secuied
at a full cent a pound under the asking
Pike of the I'nlted Metals Selling Com
pany, lor that agency Is still quoting 10' ,
cents lly icisoti of tho fact that r upper
cull bo bought so much moro cheaply that
aaking tirh e has anoareritlv become noil, it,,.
Hardest 1 mom nor less than a nominal quotation.
I'helps iiuiign , Co. uie understood to
huvu sold cutulderatila copper
Provisions. Polio wing Tuesday's
sharp advance, there was considerable
realizing In the provision market yes
terday, and as a result prices broke
sharply, pork at the close showing a
net decline of 47 points for the day
The fact that prices of hogs at the
yards were r,c. higher thnn Tuesday's
level did not seem to have any effect.
Cash pork was strong, owing to the
iimall supply on hand. Mens, $20.25 51'
J20 75. family, 22u!23. Cash beef whs
steady, although trade was on a small
scale. Packet, 22J2.1; family, 2:ii
$24. Lard was weak on profit taking,
prime V stern being quoted at $10.10,
refined Continent, $11 15, South Ameri
can, $1 1 xr,
Sugar. The raw sunnr market wus
weak but quiet, with buyers at equal
to 3.42 emits for OB test centrifugal, al
though 3 4S cents Is Htlll tho selling
basis quoted. Possibly .1,45 cents might
Im the basis of tho next few trades,
although the quotation of 3.48 Is be
lieved to be out of thn question from
thn present views of buyers. Itellned
sugais iieiu steady nut quiet nnd with
out change, at 4.30 to 4 33 cents for
Open- lllch' Low. Cloi Pre.y
int- est eat Inc doae
I'I 10 7 11' ''7 Is .VI l-i Ml 19 97
kl.'.'i 19.M 19 M 19 5,) pin?
11C7-72 10 73 10 47 10 47 10 70
10 70 5 I) 73 10 li 10 5,2 J0.TJ
10 eo-r, 10 m 10 41 10.40 10. or,
10 m 2 10.72 10.(2 10 4.' 6 10 7
Lnirrni log of Slock Cert Irlcates.
In Tim Si'.s- on Wednesday nn error
was made In the assertion that the
New York Stock Lxchallge has a rule
that all certitlcates of listed stocks
fnust be engraved by the Ameilcan
Hank Note Company m; by two or three
otln r engraving companies controlled
by tho American Hank Note Company.
The Stock Kxchange accepts certlll
eaten engraved by tho Hepubllc Hank
Note Company anil the Hamilton Hank
Note Company. Neither of these com
panies is directly or Indirectly owned
or controlled by the American Hank
Note Company, nccordlng to statements
made yesterday by officers of both
Tho Wall Street edition nf Tun. Kvkninu
Sun contains ajl tho llnancla! news and
tho stock uud Isind quotations to the closo
of tho market. Tho closing quotations, In
cluding the "bid ami asked" pi Ices, with
additional news matter, are contained also
lu thu NUht Final uud Comnleto Final
around I eimiouj ui xua fcrjuuNu avu.Aiv,
r transferrin", $S4,(j5,500, par value, of the stock of the Southern IMcitic Compioir now
11 Short Line Railroad Company, by the cancellation anil surrender of $3,449,000, face
Per Cent. Central Pacific Stock Collateral Bonds of the Southern Pacific Company now
t..i. ii- .j 1... ,l. .... C1.1 IV,; JJ1 in ,nh. Hilt there be. 11..
To Stockholders (Common and Preferred) of the
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY and
Stockholders of the
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY:
With the approval of the Attorney-General of the United States, the Union Pacific Railrrad
Company has adopted a plan, which has also been assented to by the Southern Pacific Company m to
far as action on its part is required, for complying with the terms of the decree fo be entered in th
Internment suit in accordance with the recent decision of the United States Supreme Court, which
plan includes the following. The Southern Pacific Company has agreed to sell to the union I acific
Kailroad Company the entire capital stock of the Cenlral Pacific Company, and to cancel or acsic tb
existing lease of the railroad and other property of the Central Pacihc Company, thus transferring to
the Union Pacific Railroad Company the beneficial ownership of the railroad, and other property of the
Central Pacific Company, subject to certain leases, reciprocal contracts for the Joint use of railroads
and terminals, and other arrangements intended for the mutual protection of the two companies. It
had been expected that the Union Pacific Railroad Company would pay for the Central, i acilic property
uy s-urrenoermg or 1
held by the Oregon
..,1... r ,1,. i;nr i,
owned by the Union Pacific Railroad Company, and bv the payment of $14,0b?,44l 111 cash. Hut there bemK
doubt as to the right of the Southern Pacific Company to acquire its own stork, it has been decided to
sell the Oregon Short Line Railroad I ompany's entire holdings of stock in the Southern 1 acific lorn-
I that the net nrocrcds of the ale of
$84,675,500, par value, of said slock, shall be paid to the Southern Pacific Company in lieu of such ron
templated surrender lo it of said amnutit of stock. Accordingly the privilege is offered to stockholders,
registered on the books of the Union Pacific Railroad Company and the Southern Pacific Company
(excluding, however, the Oregon Short Line Railroad Company and its nominees), respectively, at the
close of business on February 28, 1913, to subscribe on or before March 21, 1913, for such stock of the
Southern Pacific Company in the proportion of one share of Southern Pacific stock for each tout shares
of Union Pacific stock, preferred or common, and of one share of Southern Pacific stock for each three
hares of Southern Pacific stock held by others than the Oregon Short Line Railroad Company and Us
The price of iubscription it $100 for each share of $100 par value (equivalent as
of the date of subscription to 98.67 and accrued dividend) payable either ui full on
March 21, 1913, or in four instalments of $25 each on March 21, July 1 and October 1,
1913, and January 2, 1914. . , L . ,
A check for the dividend payable on April 1, 1913, will be mailed by the Depositary hereinafter
mentioned, as and when received by it, to registered subscribers, having paid either in full or the first
instalment. Interest will be charged from March JI, I'M, on deferred payments at the accruing rate of
dividends. Dividends pa able after April 1, 1913, when received by the Depositary will be so far as
needed applied in payment of such interest and a check for the balance will upon payment of the
instalments be ma.lc'd to holders of part-paid receipts. Holders of part-paid receipt may anticipate
payment at anv time by paving interest as above stated to the date of full payment. L ntil and except
to the extent that Mock is paid for in full bv the subscribers and certilicales therefor delivered to them,
the shares subscribed for are to be transferred of record to the National City Hank of New "i ork, as
Depositary, or its nominie, which is to vote the same in accordance with the written directions of the
registered subscription receipt-holders and hold the same for them as owners, but subject to the pay
ment of the unpaid portion of the subscription price. ,
Warrants signed by the Treasurer or an Assistant Treasurer of the Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany will be issued to each stockholder (the Southern Pacific Company to furnish the Union Pacihc
Railroad Company a list of its stockholders for the purpose) as soon as possible after the closing of
the books on February 2S, 1013, specifying the amount of stock for which the stockholder is entitled to
subscribe. Warrants will be mailed to stockholders at addresses to which their dividends are sent
If dividends arc collected by bankers or others on powers of attorney, or other authority,
warrants will be sent to such authorized parties, unless other instructions are received. War
rants not so provided for may be obtained at this office not later than March 8, 1013
"Subscription Warrants" entitling the holder to subscribe will be issued for amounts of $100, or mul
tiples thereof, and "Fractional Warrants" for fractions of $100. "Fractional Warrants' will not entitle
the holder to subscribe, but will be exchangeable in amounts aggregating at least $100 on or before
March 18, 1913, for "Subscription Warrants." and if the surrendered "Fractional Warrants' include a
fraction in excess of $100 a new "Fractional Warrant" will be issued for such fraction. "Fractional
Warrants" desired by stockholders to complete full shares or "Fractionsl Warrants" which the stock
holders desire to dispose of must be bought or sold in the market, as the Company will not sell or pur
chase such fractions. After March 18, 1913, all "Fractional Warrants" will be void and of no effect.
On the back of the warrants will be two torms. In case it is desired to subscribe, the first form is to
be filled out and fgned by the stockholders or by their assignees, but in case it is desired to dispose of
the subscription privilege, the second form, which is an assignment, is to be tilled out and signed by
the stockholders. here a warrant authorizes a subscription to two or more shares,, stockholders who
may wish to subscribe for a portion of the shares covered by the warrant and dispose of the balance,
or who may wish to dispose of a portion of the shares covered by the warrant to one person and the
balance to another should return the warrants to this office on or before March 18, 1913, to be ex
changed for other warrants, specifying in writing the number of warrants desired in exchange and the
number of shares to be covered by each. In no cac. however, on such exchange will a fractional warrant
be issued The subscription warrants must be surrendered at the office of the National City Bank of New
York, or at the office of Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd.. 8 Bishopsgate Within, London, E. C, England,
by the stockholders or by the persons to whom assignrd, on or before M3rch 21, 1913, accompanied by
the payment of the first instalment or the full amount payable, and all warrants not to surrendered with
such payment on or before said date shall be void and of no value. Failure to pay any instalment when
and as payable will operate as a forfeiture of all rights in respect of the subscription and the instal
ments previously paid. Said Hank, directly or through said Haring Brothers & Co., Ltd., as its agents
in London, will, on surrender of the warrants and on payment of the first instalment, or full payment,
as the case may be, issue receipts which shall be transferable by assignment, and which must, unless pre
viously paid in full, be returned on or before July 1, and on or before October 1, 1913, and on or before
January 2, 114, accompanied by the payment ot the second, third and final instalments, respectively,
or, at the option of the holder, accompanied by the payment of the full amount remaining payable, for
endorsement thereon, as the case may be, of the payment of the said instalments or full payment. Cer
tificates of stock registered in the name of or as directed by receipt-holders will be delivered in exchange
for full-paid receipts. No subscription or assignment of this privilege will be recognized unless made
on the forms approved by the Union Pacific Uailrond Company. No holder of the stock of either the
Union Pacifc Kailroad Company or the Southern Pacific Company shall be entitled to any of the aboTe
mentioned shares unless the terms of subscription herein specified arc fully complied with. The sub
scription and respective instalment payments must be made at the dates 'and in accordance with the
provisions stated above. Checks or drafts in payment of subscriptions must be drawn in favor of the
National City Batik of New York in New York funds or in favor of Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd., in
London funds, as the case may be, and for the exact amounts covering the respective instalments.
The plan and the agreements embodying the same will not become effective unless and until ap
proved by the District Court of the United States for the District of Utah in the suit of the United
States of America vs. Union Pacific Railroad Company ft ah, now pending therein, upon the mandate
cf the Supreme Court of the United States, nor unless and until the Railroad Commission of the State
of California shall approve the provisions of raid plan in respect of which in the opinion of the
Company's counsel the approval of said Commission may be necessary or advisable to give the same
Ly order of the Board of Directors.
New York, February 10, toi.t.
FRTDERIC V. S. CROSBY, Treasurer.
Union Pacific Railroad Company,
163 Broadway, New York.
LONDON A MAIITIN A petition ui haul;
riiplev I1.1 In-i-11 Met! :u:uist It,.,te l.iiinlon
un,) Jn-ejili Martin, i-miiiiiiiit the linn of
Lonilim A I .trim, wliii i-ninlm-i thnii rolls-MTU-
11 et.iitr.ints at vi;, si x t ti avi inn-, t Mune
Mrn-t .will on Sllll livelllle. L'oney leluml
.lu. It!' Han. I ;iiiniiile,l Rihui-h i Mamliee
re. 1 ver liniul t1,l'W Li.-ilillitics urn li, wu
ami .ish(. V mo
S .1 WKIsS i. rU.V A petition In lunkruptey
),i 1 i'ii tlleil .'it.iin-l Mini J , IhniHii ami
livitu M Wein, ulio I'ompnse tlm linn of S
,1 Wets, ,(c Sims. jotili.rs 111 vs nollt-ns. LUbil
Mils .111 !,i,(il anil ai'ts lll.tnil
.IIIIIN II llltOWN .I11I111 II llrnun, Unonii a
.Inliii II 1'irry, n tlie.iirie.il performer, of HO:
i;rn.ul:ii. nus hum pennon in iMiiuruptey
Willi li.iui!illi' I'I (13 ami nil HHtu'tN
MAMl'KI, ! MeKINI.KV A petition In bank-
rupli'i n.is ix-eii ruin a.'ainsi Mamiiel .1 .Me
Kinli-j. ileiiler In leather Inns, trunks, Ae . tit
1,',( Wot Tlnrti I mil III stieet Jiulne llaml
iippuliiKil John 1. Little receiver, with all
tlimily to continue ,u,in,-M ten ilays Lia
bilities ate $r.0(il .111.1 ilrtseu fl,.7))
II'LIA (if T.MAN A petition In bankruptcy
has been lilcit .leamst Julia (Hitman, loins'
btii-tncH us (he Queen l'lnlerueur Company mi
MO K.i-1 i:i;lit.v-(onrili street
OLOUdK W .STHONU, Mlemn, of 61S Went
IHth street, has flleil a petition in hank
uiinev "llli 1 1 nl l 1 1 1 1 11.1.(1 ami no eti
OTTO IILIISCIIMAN Schedule lu bankruptcy
of Olio lieriihiiiaii, ile.iler in loin ami alii,
tlonery at 13.1 Went IS'.th street, uriow llatnll'
ties. (.".'-). Ml, ami iiiinnu'il asset. lr..M'.
SITKHIOU NKUKWKAH COMI'ANY-Sched.
Hies ill li.inlii'iiiitiy of Splenler 4 I'atlllw,
who ilnl business un tlie hupenor Necknear
fnniri.iiiy al IK (iranil rtreet, allow tubilitiet
;,-l nml asM'lH not ftlateil
MOItKLS (iOI.DSTKI.N -Schedule- In bank
riiptcv of Morri" (loldnteln, dry (ooila, :'6t
llleciker Mrcrt, hnw liabilities, !S,"i7, and an.
EI.nt'TIONS AMI MKKTIMiS.
M'Kl-lU. stoCKHOI.IIKHj. MKKT1NII
Antlo Anii-i . in Ih.ter Coniii.iii.v
A t. lal nii-cl.iu ut tin- Mo. Uliuhti-rs nf
Anirlo Aiiii-riciu (li.tcr Cmup.-im will tu- held
l iIih (;,inip.iti 'r ohni'. , .ue L.itxiin. Tanib
hn .4c I'i. I, ml. '' John str,.,t s;,. ynil.
City, on the rth tl.iv of Ki-br-i iry. rut .it
twelve o'clock noon to re cive the rci ort ol
the dire-tors relative to ., sale of .,'1 the piop
rrty. rlnhts and pr.v ili-ee of the Company
other than its eirimi'.ite Iran, lni-. i . an 1
to take action thereon
llridteporl, Conn . lib 1 I'll
A I. SMITH, "eeretnry
TIuTaXNCAL Mi:irn.(i of the StmU nlilcr
of the Swan A l lniii I'nmii.inv will In- held .it ihc
oitiee of Uie Conip.m) , l.M Maiden Lane. c
VorU (111, o'i i'rlias. Iilininr) :v, 11)13, at In .in
A. M., for the appointment of two In-ipeiiors
or meeiiun lo erc mi -hui rcci-tisiir, eieciio.i ,j I
Directors for the cnsninc jiar and for the ti u.s
neilon of such other bui-ines as ma eonie before
said nice I In s. i
J T LIT, Secretary
iimnr.Mis ami i-Ti:nr.sT.
I.KI.AI. MITK l.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
V srinl.Annii.il llltlilend of
2.llll per share on Hie 1'referreil Mint.
ami a (Juarlorli lllvidenil nf
2.rn per share on (he t'nmimnt Muck
I of ihli Compitiy have this dav been declared
pavnldc at the Trcasuier's ollire. IM Hrnadway.
.Sew v,ork. V . on April I, lllia, lu stnci,
i liolik'is of rccjr.l al 11 ! VI l'rlda. I ihruars
Mockhnlders uho have not already done so
are ureenii) n iiuested to tile dividend niatlliii:
Ith the iiuderslciied. from whom blanl.
forms may In- had upon application
lor the lasment of these dividends a:id for
In Uie District i ourt of Ihc I nliej Slate, for it
Dls'rlet of I tab
CNiTi-D srvirs tu- wii nn .
COM PLAIN VI,
I he t nton Paclnc Kallroa-l Cotnpan' 'P r t-rffji
short I 1 ic llallro.id ('oinpaii. I he rrco-i
LAllru.-i I A iiratlon ioii'i..i ' n sa
renio. I.ti', nirelci, vv salt 1 a U.h 'o.i.' ' e"i
pa- The AtihKiui, 'npe...t A -a 'ii . " lla'l
v.av ('ouipa fi 'I lie Soiilheru I'.i.' i ol I ai
Norlhi r.i I'aciilc Kal.vui. i utnl .H i Ivy
r: Itallua:. Compari "Mi In i"
loan A Trusi imnparx. Jaiob II Sen nio
II Uah-i. Janice .Slllluwi. Ilcni i I nil,
Villll.im V Clail. au.1 Itolieri S I o
Trustee. Dcfi munis
SKAI.r.n niDS will be received by the Hoard
of vv hier Supply, al Its offlt-f,, feventli lloor. ir.i
Ilruadway. .New- VorU, until 11 A. M. on 'luclay,
t'eb. is, HH3, for Contract si, for fiirtiMdni; .nut
dcllverlni; bronre shafr caps and appurtenances
fur City lunticl of Catsl. Ill aqueduct, in .New orl;
At the above place an-l time the bids will be
iiulillclynpenedandre.nl. Pamphlets eontainlnc
Information for bidders, and contract drawing
can ne entaineii at tne aiiovc auuri-ss py
InirthesumofTelldollars i$un for larh i
Tor further partliulaia sen lnfurmaUu;
CHAItl.l'SSTnAL'SS. 1 Comiiilssl'infM
I'rcshlput. I of the
CHAIttX.S.N.CHAtlWICi;. f Hoard of
JOHN - CALVIN-, Warer Supply.
JOSLTH 1'. MOIIlHSSl-.y,
(i ii r
Pursuant to nn orJcr of the ' nl-ed s-s''(
Dlsttht Coot fo- the Dlsirici of I tali " aJe In
tic ahovi- ei titled lau'r. police is l irhju
thai a p!n for the iM-h' -I'lon of the -oel, of it e
So-.ithini P.ii Hi.' Couipanv owtml I i.efenilanl
I nl.ir. IMiliic liallioail ftiripar v mid lution
,. i....,. K ,, ., , u . .-110,1 i i:n ii.turniiii loiui.i v ..nun e -
I cliruary lull, and will be reopened ai in pu,uti-. for the a:i t,, tlie ' nlu-i I'aiirli KaU
. .l Vl.lrch I". 1013 load Colup.il In the srn.-heni parllli i neipai"
1 IILDLItlC V s CItoSin. Treasurer """'" 'wl:e.l uv It In the i cnir.n PjclSr
v,u vri V v i-,.i,r,,r,' i i mi'. II illwav i ouip.ih) . ami the canicb.ition of thf
New Miri. N . 1 ibruari U. luu , f ,,'.,,,,', yMW,. imiiwa, , e nvjiH
i Pacplc ( omnativ . and other matter- van
the purpose of the si'b.crlptlj.-i to Southern !
Paclllc Co. stocl.. cvplal-ied In this Coinpan s '
circular of I iliruarj lu, mis, the slock irnnsfei
boons ot tills l ompaliy w 111 be I lo-ed at 3 I'. M
AVILHICAN M MAIItA lOIUII'll ( (I.
, ?liV )'"'!; tirimrj it. una
A semi-annual dliHcnd of llircc and oiu-half
perccntum due Vlarch t. mm, will be paid on tin-I'rifi-rrcd
hlocl. of ltd., (.ompanv on Unit iintc
,t,i,i, ,1. ir .iiii,- uiii,', me seiui-anuu.il illvldcild
cop of an airrci iiii-ni i intiod lic lie tlci'dls ft
..ill plan l!' I i vcutcil li) lie lain, - l.irilil
and a peiltlo foi ihc appr.n al of .un plan r.'
been hli d wl;li the ( h'r of the .aid o .rt ai m
Ijil.e i ti . 1 tab. and thai ihc inai.i-r hs ml
set down for hearlni: on p.i-ited pnl-its befn-e
". " r,'.'".'V" ou'.'-'iair I'errcniiini. due on .septcm- V.il.l , Vi I i e r V m of the I nl'M
I lrculi t out I ol Autiials al M i oi
Appials al si i oii.
.VI . oi Ihc :uh da; ol
i-ss by d-poMt. t.rr i, inn, tmreiher Willi one and onc-lialf ve.irs l?
lach pamphlet. I imerot thereon at .cu-ii per cciuuni. will i.i", i
formation tor be pn 1 on the Preferred Stock of tn. t oil i ,nj ,
i iii i ?m " vi ' and open ouMarch i nv 1. MDlll.l'H. President
' ' l.l-OVAHD A CtHIN. Secretary. , -S-"" ' MU 1 eUm" U''3 -
sod irt. nt in ii'i'lnt'lv V
."'i?- I ON I t I III 1! wumw) ciwrn .
AltMV Hl'ILllINO, Whitehall Street, New- York
fill , Cell. I". 1H13 Sealed proposals will be re
iclved here until 1 '30 o'clock P M , April 12, IP13,
and then opened, for printing- required ilurinir
IIk-nI jear I'oiiiiiieiicUi July I, lull. Infornia.
lion tiDuit auollcatlon. u. rrrr.vv z.vr.ivsu-1
1). (J. il.
SnAI.I'.D I1IDS will be received hv the Hoard of
Water Supply, at Us olTiccs. seventh lloor, Plo
Ilruadway, Nou-1 ork. until II A SI on 'I hursday.
i'eb 27, mis, for Contract AC for pilnilni:.
Al the above place and time the bids will be
publicly opened and lead. Pamphlets eontainlnc
Information fur bidders can be obtained at the
above address by dcpovilu the sum of live dolhrs
(J.V for each pamphlet I'm further particulars
tic Information for llldders.
ilIAIII.l'S sniACSS, President
( II VIII.I S V CIIADUICK.
John r. (, vi.vin,
Commlvsloneis of the iio.nd of Water Supply.
.TrisMt p Miiimissi . secieinry
" OITIl'l- IIP Till' I'OVIMISSIO.NUIIS. IMS
Tltll'l' Ol' COI.CMIIIA, I'cbluilV 10, 1113,
SLAI.LD PIKIPOSAI.S will be rccilicd ill Uil.
offlce until 2 o'rlis-li P 11 , I'rldaj, I'l bruary :il
IUI3, for HevlliiK and Vcinllitluir Sjsicm for
Not mal Si hool No !r.!i, located on (let ri-i Avenue,
between Unwind PPue nml I'l'letiHint streci,
.Norlliwest, Washlniitou, II. C Rlauk foims of
Froposai, speciiicairtiis ami an in ces.ary tn.
nrmaiiuii may be otitatned from the Chief Clerk,
Lnulnrer Drparlment, Itonin 177 llMilit llulld
Inn. VV ashlnirlon. II C. CI'N'O II IH'lllll.litl.
JOHN A JOHNSTON, WILLI M V. JCD.SO.Ni
v oiiimis.ninrrs. u i
STATI- IIP NCW M1UK.
ni.i laiai, in, i , ,,. .,.,,i' i ,'i,i"i'Aiiv ill' K'l ATI M
Jersey City. . .1 , l'ebrur II 1913, 1 THIS (TU'I -i' i i: s,ucd lu duphcaif Jfrr
'I lie Iloatd of Dllcclors have Ihl. .Inc ,i...i, ' bv ccrllllc Ihal l lit- New ork Illdem llilen' !!'
the follow Ins dividends payable Vpill "d lwia ' llnrif I oiiipan) . .i doutctli' inrpmation n'
lo the stockholjeis of ncord on vtnrcli 1st! inn
on the preferred stock a iiuarb-rly dividend
of 1. Iter cent On Ihc Common sn.et. .n.i.......
of I', per cent.
The Transfer Hooks will not be closed
JOHI I'll I' I'HI'LMAV Secretary
inr. iis i:piiins -nn.tr.
Nn 71 llin.uln.iv .New urk I'cbru.irv 13 113 i nine hiuitticd and
The Transfer HouUs of thl. Company win i Iheal I
used from 3 o'clock P VI rihtuar Ulh to the ' Second Hep
iiiorn l:i it of March ut
11U.1 hl. I -
AI.IIIT1I-. Treasurer ,
I'.l...1 In ,hl ..ltt,.n ,1.1 s.,. (,f lAllkMr)
1 IUI.-I. pii ers for Ihc voluntary i!l"olimnii uf urt
i eiirptiratlnii under seclion :'.'I of Hie .-ricra.
, ( iirptir.iilnu Law. .mil that 11 appevrs thcrelrvr
I ( 11. i such ritrpoiaiion hi. coinl'llfd "I'll
! sci'tlt'ii In onlci to be dlsvolved ...
I I'NT.SS mv hand and ihc seal ol office uf
Secrciars of Stale, at the Cits ot Wt-any l
Iwcnts-ilchtli dr.i of J.iuuari. en-; llioum
"""'"j'osp r p..)(,.:ov.
Deputy Secretary of stale
St'l'ItLMK COl'llT. COCNTV OF NLW lllv
St'llHOd TI"S COI ItT. SIM. I IV V vniewt'
v !,,'i,,!'i'','Vr!iU'r "' l-l'nraliou for Letters of 1 MAIIII1 LOl'ISL MKAH, as f.vecti-
L...L . , . . .V .' rsiaii- in iviiruer tru or the win or tjtllin ai. ji era,
'i nii Vi,"I !! ! '"ii" ,t"'kl"lll- ilcecasctl. , tlei eased. Plaintiff,
c.o.u,.. ,V , i, ..i . . ?. .. J T..' ' ! '"K "e airainsi
.. .... . . .7 " "..niiii iinrucr i; spraeue, Herman
N' ! ,i Y."!i iri,,h "'''!" "J1' Please take notice Thomas J, Median and Uenhn i
, h it the until rslitned, the widow of said deceased Ives s, V
sj!,V,'i".' . "v'v11-; ",',i' "rrotralr-.ir the fmiiij- nf County Clerk's Index No JWi7S-.9i:l
sunuan i,n. . for-Lettersof Administration upon i Defendants. I
W. Osier and Johanne
ister. his wife: Katie Met ormaeK,
IN PI Uhl'ANi I'I ot ,iu oitlcr mad.
able I'.dward L. MiCall. ono of the Jm
Supreme Court of the si.itcof .New York, dated u
tun ua or iii-rcmncr, mu. .-.inn
to nil trie ercuitois an
avalust ( liarlcs I: Hall
ii i , i i ""("eeeaseii uniier the prinlslon for
77- ' i a llnilled bond contained In the last clause of Sec.
e li- Honor Hon iM of f.s.s Code of Civil Prodi-cure and al"
. ces of ihc i crcdllors of the said deceased are liercby'i?oimi
ri. II.Liril II V tit hrnsiml ttiolf li.l.s.u (.. ..i.i - '
a1,!;'!",,''!, ' ',' "'V1' n "ls " h f ' lim cello "sul Iva.!
". L IT," . V ,n "' ' ;.". K- V., on or bcfor-j ihc I7lh day of MaV.-h"
.,...,.... ,. .'.......(., ci or , iuia
elilicr or incm iniiivuiuaiiy or as coiniios nu' Ihc ' Dated Pehruarv tnih mil
firm of Hall . VMilehcr. lately doltur btislneCs nt j 1 vi-wa P SI' "v.'i'i-
No III Hmaitwai, In the Cltj of .New lurk, llor CAIIPPVTIM A lioscil '
ninth of.M.iiiliallan.audat No U. West it'lid Stieet. Atmr'm-vs '
in nu- i id oi .sew inrit, i.iii iiiiKii ot .Manhattan,
that the) are required to picsent their claims with
the voiiihers Ihcicfor dun vcilllid to the sub
kcrlber, the duly aiipoluied aislcneo of the said
Charles I'. Hall mid Louis P. W hit her, Individually
and as i oiupo'lnir said linn of lull A Whlihci, fur
the benelil of their crcdlloiaal his place of lu.is
octlnit business nl thn oltltt-s of Ills nttiirncv t,
Parker A aroii, No .',2 Ilruadway, lu the I'll of
New mi,, iioioiiith of Marihaitan.oii orbcfoiethe
second dav of June, I HI It
Dated. New York, Jantiarv 81st, IBIS.
O'.WIN II. AIIHAIIAM, Asslsnee
I'AIIKLH & AAHON,
.. . Attorncya for Assignee,
No. S' nrnidnir. DaroUKh al Uinhin.n v....
, llnseoe. N. Y,
I.lberlj, .V, V.
.SC 1 1 i J All 1 1 : iTTi ' iTlTorTTtU' In pursuumc of
f" !',ri,fr,of.."V.- I,0,"' 'Aid low Powltr, hur
roirate of Hie Cotintv of New York, nutlce Is
heiebl- itlveii lo all pcisous ha Inn claims a Jalnst
d.'ce'r, rifi,'i".'","i" Ti"' "' i:i"-m'UB' rrmi e.
dcceaseil, to present the same, wlih vouchers
thereof, to the siil.'crlber. at his place
acilnir liusliuss at the ollice of Henry II (iailet
No. (tf Wall Street, lu the Cliy , f New yd i . on
or before the 1st daj of April! next. ' '
Dated,, NeworU.SeptenitK'r loth, tni:,
MBNHVII OA L.'Y.'.UtornoV
To the above named Defendant a-a-1 cb
"'uil' Aim iip.nr.nv si mmoned to iun
the romplalnl In this ncllon and to serve s fOFJ
of v our answer on Ihc pialmltl'a Altorno's "l"1"
Stl dais after the scivlio of this sumtioni.
elusive of the dai nt sci vtt e. and III cc MJ'il
failure to appiuir or answer. Judgmeni iu
taken analnsl ou by ik-Iault lui the rf Ilrl or
mantled In the complaint. '
Dated Nov ember i'Sllt. lilt'.'
MAN A MAN, PlalntllT's Attottif)'
Omre and Pos onice Addresn, No Ml Wall
Hoiouirh of Vtanjiatlaii New York I i
To the llefendaiits Herman W. Ostcr. lotisnni
Osier ami hallo MeCormacU
'Hie foieiroluK suiiiinous Is served "r"","'
by publication, pursuant to an order
l-dward II. Amend, Justice of the Sup emeioiiri
of the State of New iirk. dated the eijtiili
of January. im:i. and tiled wlih lite .-oMii'iaw'
In lite onice of the Clerk of Ihc UiwK y
ork al Hit- County Couit House lu die llu. iu.J
of Manhattan, City of New York,
Dated, New- York. Januaiy Ulh. 1113
MAN A MAN. Plalntirt's Aiiorr.y
Offlce and Post orflce Addresa. No. M VV all SUM!
Boroutn of Manhattan, Ntw Vera Cttr.