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THE SUN, FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 6, 1915.
COTTON STEADY AT
SMALL NET GAIN
liquidation Rpforc the Close
Chiim's Loss of Kurly
EASTKWN KELT OUTLOOK
Cotton tins fairly active ymttrdny and
it times the undertone was firm. Toward
the tl'w however, there wns evidence
of liqtililitlon on dlsquletlnt politic!
rumors mul tlie fear that cotlon inlnlil
te actually pUccd on tho contrabiut.tl
Hit, a det eloiiiictit which would prob
ably he construed as extremely bearish
by tlie trade.
The arty steadiness was based on the
(allure of substantial ruins to material
lie In Texas. Kutthcr beneficial show
er;, however, fell In the K.iatern belt,
Accorclmc to the reports from a leading
compress romp.my the moisture which
bis I'ce'i received III the last fotv days
la tlmelv ami benetlclal enoURh to make
the outlook throughout the Carollnas,
Georgia and Alabama highly favorable.
As a matter of fact the rrport of V.
M Oordlll. the travelling crop exort,
reads quite favorably over the entire)
Kastern belt. .Mr. Cordlll had the fol
losing to say:
"Mississippi The State us a whole
foes Into Aliens! In splendid condition.
The greater tiart of the crop Is laid by,
clean .rd well worked.
Oenrgla -The crop Is good from one
er.il of (leorcln to the other.
"Carollnas -I group both States under
one nead, us romlltlons so far are very
uniform and exceptionally Rood, I think
conditions In both Carollnas are better
than at this date last year.
"Taking- the Atlantlcs as a whole, the
average condition will equal last year on
Hulls arc Inclined to make a pood deal
ef capital out of the prospect for bull
ish week end statistics throughout the
early part of the season, Hplnners' tak
ings aie expected to be four or live
times as In rue. as they were In the
corresponding weeks last year, as this
period was marked by the beginning of
the war. when the whole textile trade
s In a state of demoralization.
Advices from Holland contained In an
English letter say: "Some of our spln
tlrc mills a few weeks ago were com
pelled to work short time: In fact we
kaow one mill which has been stopped
liLrMher. owing to lack of raw mate-
rlsl, which was due to Kngland having
if'.d up the supplies."
Futures closed 'barely steady,
Open-lIlth-Low. Clot- Prsr.
In est. est. lug. close,
liuml . I ll I IS 9.15 9J)V S.MB ?0t
O-tobcr .I5 9-44 36 -W J.0
number HI 9.7S M7 S.71J19 73 !7f9M
Jiniliry 9 St 9.M 9 7 S.SlfT 9.3 9 .7 9.7
March ,too7 10.10 10 05 lo.ns 10.11 10.0411to.n4
2U 10W tH 10 33 10 3fl10.3l 10.KUW3
Spot cotton In New York was pood,
with middling 5 points advance. Mid
dling. .40c. Southern spot markets
sere 5 to 10 points advance, with New
Orleans i.69c, Galveston 8.90c, Savan
tah Sc, Houston 8.90c. and MemphU
The New Orleans market closed
i'.eady. Prices were:
Open- nigh- Low. Clot- Pre.
In.. est. est. Inr. dote.
(Wither 9 34 9 30 9 20 9 371,19.34 9.M&9 21
IUKTinher 9 Ct 0 67 9.19 9M?l9K 9.47t9.4
Jsnjary 9.47 9.70 9.60 9 MB9M 9M09.M
The Liverpool market opened steady.
There was a good business In spot cot
ton, with middling 12 points advance.
Middling at 5.48d. Sales. 14.000 bales;
riceipts. 5,000 bales. American, none.
Prices at Liverpool closed quiet but
Open- Mill- Low. Clos- Prer.
Inr. est. est, Inr. close.
Pet Nor & 44 i.M I 44 S 4H4 s 354
Jill. Feb 5.M't 5 CS S.SS S S 6 534
lr Air S.eew t.es'.i 5.454 ses'i 5 414
K'.evcn A. M. bids to Liverpool were:
JIarch. lO.OJc. : .October, 9.42c. i Janu
ary. 3.S3c. The market there Is duo to
cpen t a-day point advance.
ltecelpts and stocks were:
fialteston 1.570 127
New Orleans. 1,101 W"
'rifely Increased movement of oats with I
me ueveiopmetit ot more settled weather.
Country offerings were reported to be
much larger, but the actual receipts of
ota for the day wero again very small,
amounting to only 340,000 bushels,
gttlnet 1,419,000 last ear. In- four days
the movement has decreased 5,700,000
bushels from last year. Cash oats ur
very llrm and It Is difficult to buy oat.-
In any quantities for nearby shipment.
Trading in hog products was active,
with values showing considerable weali
'" ,lic early trailing. Trices de
clined quite easily anil new low levls
were made, due to further liquidation
on tho uneasiness over the export situ
ation and the weaker hog market. De
mand showed evidence of considerable
Improvement at the decline mul values
were very steady In the late afternoon,
Open- lllrh- Low- Clo-
inr. ri cl. inr.
Wheal lug, est.
Seturmber.... I0 104",
December lo' I0ai
September.... " 7'i
December .... w 65
Seplember.,., 4;, 4;ti
September.... 13.3J in;
Oolwr ij.u utfl
?e:ieml)er.... 7,i :.ri
OcIOer.. ...... 7.V 7 95
enlembr t v tat
October .)) 190
New York wheat prices were :
Open- lllrh- Low-
Seplemlier uju' H7'. H7U
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
1'mt.APELniiA, Aug. 5. Tliero was an
excited opening In Clectrlc Storago Hat
tery, which reached 65 soon after the
opening sale nt 60 14, against yesterday's
close at 55 4. A considerable part of
the advance was retained to the close.
Lako Superior. Cambria Steel, licneral
Aphnlt and Philadelphia Itapld Transit
cerimcutes scored moderate gains. The
:io Allli Chalmen
V) Amer Can , ..
7; naldvln Ixu-o
100 iieih Sleel ....
100 nlh Steel nf.
130 Tltiff A Sua pf
rttitte & Sim.
WX Cambria Steel ..
100 Corn l"rnt ...
IX Crucible Sleel ..
ffiOO Eloe stor Hat....
17S Men Asphalt ....
50 Cien Aephalt pf..
M Ins Co N A.. ..
S Kejrlone Tel pf.
M L.vk Steel
41M Lake Sun .
tl lx-hlrh Nsv
5 Ihlrh Valley . .
M L V Tranilt pf..
cr- Penna R R. . ..
3 Venn Salt Mfr .
M2 Penna Sleel pf. r, ki4
:r, riiiia Eie- :4 :4
M Phlla R T atook..
315 Phlla It T rtfi. ! 9i
19 Phlla Trac . . Tl 71
10 Ry Steel Sprlnrs 45; t:
510 Readlnr 74", 7S,
10 Studebaker .. 4IS J4S
so Tonopah Ilelmont 3', S'
1M tTnlon Trao 334 ''
310 Cnlted On- Imp. Mt 34
13t7 t' S Slivl ,. , 71'i 721,
M Wet J A S 47 47
S Weatmore Coal., S3 S3
60 Ym Cramp A Son 7a 7!,
l:000 E V P 4 rtfa. . 74 74
0"0 ttarwood K . P4 94
lono Lake Sup Inc t.. 77 J7
V I.eh Val gen 44" 7-4 -i
WW Pa R R ren 44s. :i Ti
14n Pa R R 44a ctfa.. 974 94
Phlla Co mn If. , ii, V),
ion) Phlla Klec 4i. .. 79 79
w Phlla Elee 4a. ... M SO
1000 Phlla Clec &. I. 101 101
r.41. S3 1M S4;
Interior stocks and receipts were:
Hem phi 1 .
receluta to day.
. t.ono to 1,750
Exwrts vestenlay. 3.789 bales.
tal thus far this season, 9,599 bule,
against 2.00S bales last year.
STOCKS GO UP WITH
FALL OF WARSAW
Kviifitnf ion of City by Hiissians
Fulls to Depress Market
STEKH LEADS IX .TUMP
New high prices) In the war Mocks
and remarkable strength In the steel
stocks marked In the stock market yes
terday the fall of Warsaw, The evacua
tion by the Russians caused little more
than a wavering effect In the market In
tho morning. With this recension over the
entire market, led In an Impressive way
by United States Hteel, which rose on a
'huge volume, of trading to the highest
price It nan touched since 1912, started
upward. Thla movement continued with
strength to the close.
Wall Street had Its attention fastened
yesterday on the state of the steel In
dustry In thin country. Never before
In the history of the Kteel Corporation,
and thin reflected the condition In the
entire Industry, had there been such ;i
sudden and decided shift from the lowest
point of activity to almost the highest.
The reports of an excited market In
steel billets nnd other products, with
buyer rushing to get supplies and pio
duccrs unable to fill orders, even though
prices were steadily rising, whetted the
appetite of the specuUtlvo public for
With hardly a recession aner ine i"w
point of the day at 70 Steel common
movtd to 72-j on trading In 204. .00
hIi ii rv.
Hcthlehem Steel went to 307. which
was 17 points above the close of the day
before. This Is the tlrst time In the
memory of Wall Street mn that a stock
paying no dividends has sold at 300.
4'ruclble Steel was the other factor of
strength In the war stocks, gaining j'j
unlMiu lit thn bleh.
The feature nf the market was Its
steady confidence. There was no spec
tacular skyrocketing. The unfavorable
reception by tho market of the Allls
Clialmers report on quarterly earnings,
which were less than looked for. caused
break In that stock. This unsettled
the war order stocks, but only for a
short time. Wall Street commented on
th f.ici that noorer carnlnta than ex
pected In a war stpek had more effect
on tho market than the fall of 'Warsaw
2 tin-. 175.15
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
CntCAOO, Aug. 5. Chicago Pneumatic
Tool declined about 4 points on renewal
liquidation. American Ship common was
easier, bur rather quiet. Sears-Ttoe-buck
showed considerable strength and a
firm tone was reflected In Swift und
Commonwealth Kdlson. Bond market
fairly active, with no change In values.
The summary :
Onen- lllrh- Ln- Clna-
Sales inr. eat eat Inc
;? Am Kamator... ,351
415 Am Ship Ilulldlnr 444
1440 rhlc Pneii Tool 44
1"! Chi Ry aer 1 . v
1"0 Chlcaro Ily eer 2 23
4 Chic Title St T'et 2"S
1M Com Kdiaon .. .IX
10 Diamond Match 97
I Illinois Brick.. K.
5 Mont Ward pf.. Ill
THE GRAIN MARKET.
tVheat Irrriculnr Weather
proves Kxport Interest,
The wheat market showed very pro
roumed Irregularity, particularly In tho
afternoon, Prices declined lVi to 2c.
early with very decided selling on the
Improvement In the weather conditions
throughout tho entire wheat territory
In this country and Canada. The favor
able weather was believed to be pre
liminary to a heavy movement of new
he.tt It was altfl believed that It
ou!il put an end to the reports of
fu-t in the Northwest. Buyers of the
Preceding day were quite he-avy sell
ers, i.ibes wero disappointing, par
ticularly from ICngland, The English
lids on wheat were decidedly out of
An estimate from Australia placed
the crop of New South Walen at 50,
"0,000 bushels, or 12,000,000 more than
tr previous record. Italian advices
Indicate the likelihood of Import re
tirements by that country of 60,000,000
tusheis o ,he decline there developed
ftinsidrable export demand and sales
f about 500,000 bushels were reported,
Including one cargo of durum wheat.
O'her ordcis were In the market, hut
J"K to the continued scarcity of of
''rinci in the Southwest and the pro
founded premiums business was ex.
tmneiy dlfllcult. Cash premiums were
wthir advanced, owing to the small
ft.Oement. Vstrn rrolntu u-r llirM
J" four days this week receipts have
"crs-ibed 0,200,000 bushels, compared
'th last year.
t-nports of wheat nre small and the
owment of flour Is disappointing. Tho
e"lclul exports fiom the United States In
t'-e month of June were 13,405,000 bush.
J and from Canada 10,428.000 bushels
The ulll'-iiil American and Canadian ex
Porta for the year ended ..July 1 were
JM4.00 bushels, against 277,603,000
luhels last year.
fieports regarding black rust from the
-orthweat were again numerous, but
Imminent Northwestern authorities ss
"fted that the rust was not Important.
Corn was qulat and easier. Values de
clined with the early trading, Influenced
the action of other grain and by the
jr-ore favorable weather conditions. Of.
'rlr.Ks were light and there was not a
'at deal 0f pressure at any time. On
the subsequent recovery In the other
""in markets, corn developed consider
"e tlrmness and closed steady. The
cWnlon as to tho probable situation o
he- ourn crop Is apparently leaning to
,h,! Ide.i that very favorable weather
Jondlliuni must be seen In order to
Tli'ir about a satisfactory development
,H I'loke about lV-ic with heavy
Milinj, accompanied by the report of
20 Nit Carbon
13 Peoples Os,. .,
10 Public Serv pf
I Quaker Onla pf
1S Steart -Warner
27." Swift A Co
so Vnlnn Carbute..
2R Union Carbide rte 4S
1"0 u s Sleet.. . . 71S
irw Chlcaro Ry 1t s 914
100,) Chicnro Ry 5 I) Tl.
smoi Com Eillaon ta,. W 1004
2mi) f)JJfll liaa M 91 !M
20000 Swift 5a 954
1M4 11W4 1064
lt 1144 114
THE BALTIMORE MARKET.
frti4ffti txatatU .IlllV
Mfti.th 1.00S.7U Inc. 67,64
Fourth eek July 1391.100 Dee. I;.:
Moiitli 1,206.10(7 Dec. JSS.209
cl,.-.r,ilf. Bn,1 Ohio!
fourth week July Sl.aT.343 Inc t3).J;t
M.inth 3.40S.047 Inc. 341,970
r-l.li-.vn I mllananalla and I.oulaVllle!
Kourlh week July 1192.411 Dec. 5.02
Prom July 1 ... 572,217 Dee. 23.150
s1m,I TfimV Mvaitftm
Fourth week July Jl, 537,141 Dec. 355.103
Month 4.497.944 Dec. 22H.071
fl..nnrl. k'liniHIi Still TeW!
Fourth ixrk July tvTS.oas Dec. 177,923
Montb 2,520,920 Dec. 195.741
I.-.,.,..!. ..L Inly 1-43.075 Inc. 139.591
Month S21.9S4 Inc. 109.355
CINCINNATI. NKW ORLEANS AND
The rinclnnatt. New Ore1an and Teaa
Tii'inc Hallway wompanr rriuri- i"r jr,
I737.244 lire. 1133.934
497.20 Dec 137,040
Net revenue.. .
S9.422.25l Ilec.ll. 539.141
6.407.117 Dec. l,(IUI,t
THE BOSTON MARKET.
Boston. Aug, 5, Conner stocks wer
easier on rnther light trading. Copper
Mango declined u, this being about the
maximum recession In this group.
American Zinc was off 1 '4. Massachu
setts Clas sold up to 94 and closed at
il'.j, a gain of l(a. The summary:
Drum. Itlt-li- T.aw. Tin..
Sales. Inj:, r,t. c,t. inr.
no Adrenture 3 2 2 2
1799 Alatks ,,,, 234 3344
0) Alromah 24 24
HS Amer Zinc 57 57
1) 0 Aria Con s a
10) Honanra to .40
M nulte A Hot 4 4
3'"7 nulte A Hup k: 71
HO Cat A Aria CI', M4
Cat A ltecla 571 574
490 Copper lUnie,,.. 544 ts'i
Net revenue $2,111,403 Dec. I53,lii
Balance I2.2I2.C94 pee t"?-"
Oper. Income 12.241. S9 Dec. 3541,300
NORFOLK AND WK-STHRN.
The Norfolk and Weatern Railway re
porta to the Interat.ite Commerce Com
mlaalon for June:
14,330.245 Inc. I53C.0I1
2.IS03.319 Inc 133.924
Total oper. rev. . .
Total oper. eap. .
Vet oper rev..
Toiul oper. rev..
Total "per exp. . .
II, 55$, 930 Inc.
142,947.043 H"C. II. r-3. ::5
27.S3I,15 Dec. 2,303.391
BaI.timorb, Aug. 5. United Railway
after having been neglected for several
days wa a stiong featuie. Cotton Duck
bonds gained "Ji. Tlie fummary:
M Baltimore F.I pf 41
90 North Central. 4
so Penn W ti Power 14
200 Sapulpa Oil ... . 2
IT, State Rank of Md. 30
J50 t'nit K 4 El.. . 2.'
125 Wajland Oil Ic O 34
I10W A C Line con a.. S24
2k3 C Halt I' '51 P L. 9'.4
r. City Halt la i.".. 954
M Elkhom Fuel 5a. M4
two .Mt.-V C D r, 40
fl t'nlt RAF. lit 4a. 0
4vi0 t'nlt K A E Inc 4 f.4
100 U It A E fdr ta M4
Hljh- Ixiw Clos
est, eft. lit;.
43 43 42
J4 J2 S3
(34 liJ, 6.14
so :o no
34 34 34
s:4 p:4 S24
954 K4 W-4
:4 '-s W4
W, Mi. W4
104 40 434
40 50 M
,',6 :a M
!14 414 414
Net oper rev
Oper. Income. ..
MlfSOCItl. KANSAS AND TEXAS.
The Mlnmirl. Kansas anil Texaa Llnea
report tor June:
Tola! oper rev. 12.379.131 Inc. 145,
Toial oper. i-xp 1,934,550 Inc. 2ti2,
Irjne. for Inv.
THE PITTSBURG MARKET.
I'lTTSBUlta, Aug. 5. I'ure Oil. wiilch
was very active, and Ohio Fuel Oil made
fair gains to-day, Columbia (Jus and
Klcctrlo was about unchanged. Cruci
ble preferred advanced a point. The
(Vieii- Hlsh- Low- Clot
Sslea Inr eat est Inr.
25 Am Wind 01. pf. 94 94 J !
tt Am Wind ls 154 H4 14 "4
MM Columbia OAK 14 H4 H4 4
V1 Crucible Steel pf.102 1S 102 103
40 Nat Flreptr .. . 54 54 54 64
W Nat Fireciljr pf .. 17'i 174 14 174
30 Ohio Fuel 134 14 134 114
W Ohio Fuel Supply 304 S'4 334 3H4
35 Pitta Brew pf .... 124 124 14 4
595 Iltlt Coal :J K4 !'4
4665 Pure Oil 14 1J tS 17
97iO San Toy 17 17 10 i
it Union Nat Oaa. ,li9 v:i 120 129
10 Union Sw U Sir 104". J0l4i 1044
197 tT S Steel ... 72 72 7: 72
lw) Went Air Drake... 1354 134 tSU, 1354
90 West Elecirlc. 554 554 654 554
THE COFFEE MARKET.
Fntnrra t'luse t4ichiiiicd to n
Poliita Up Sales nr,T0 Ilnics.
The coffee futures market closed steady
yesterday, with prices unchanged to 3
points up 011 transactions of 56,750 bags.
There was scattered liquidation ut the
start on the wellness of exchange nt
Brazil, but this was offset In the after
noon by modernte buying by trade Inter
ests, Offers In cost and freights were
unchanged to slightly lower. In the local
spot market Jtlo 7s were quoted TH8
71J centM, nnd Santos 4b 9,iti9H cents.
Brazilian markets wero featureless,
nio 7m nnd Santos 4s wero unchanged at
4J900 und 5$400 respectively. Itlo and
Santos receipts totalled 90,000 bags. Sao
I'aulo had 70,000 ami Jundlahy 60,000,
The rate of III" exchange on London
wan lowered to 12 9-16d.
October . .
Mar Hi ...
April .. .
Net optr. rev,
Oper. Income: 1357,56'.' Dee.
For the irtr ended June 30:
Total oner. rev. 132, 49S. 757 Inc.
Total orer. exp. 23,154,523 Dec.
Trana. for Inv.
Net oper. rev. 39.931,164 Inc. tl. 240,275
IS, 51)4, 004 Inc. 11,393,033
TEXAS AND PACIFIC.
The Teton and Pacific Railway reporla
the Interstate commerce i-oinmiian
191 it. vnaneea
Total oper. rev. 11.320.914 Inc. 140,105
Totai oper. exp. 1,200,009 Inc, 107,053
Net oper, rev 1114,849 Dec.
Oper. Income. 120,138 Dee.
Total oper. rev 117,944.037 Dee.
Total oper. exp. 13,857,387 Dec.
Net oper. rev.
34,087,250 Dec. 1204,891
MOllILi: AND OHIO.
The Mobile and Ohio Railroad Company
kS2.448 Dec. 8199,490
561.654 Dec. 27,8.'5
1286. Ml Inc.
Oper Income. 8386,333 Inc.
Oper. revenues. 110,982,149 Dec.
Oper. rxpensra: 7,933,636 Dec.
Net revenuo. 83,0)8,192 Inc.
Oper Income. 82,060,702 Inc.
20 Pair West
125 East nutte .
14 Franklin ....
11 Orerne Can
Si Hancock .,
30 Island Creek
tw Kerr Lake .,
2!5 Keweenaw ,,
10 Mass Con ,,,
10 Mayflower ,,
4., Mieniran :
225 Mohawk 724
89 Nevada Con 15
40 New Arcadian .. It
,50 New nirla ...
1M Nlpls.lnr . ,
145 North Untie .
35 0-eola ....
215 Pond Creek .
175 Santa Fe .....
23 Shattuck ....
110 South Lake 04
M St Mary'a .... 57
4 Sup A Boat on..., 24
Sup Copper .. . 274
12.'. Tamarack 474
I4i Trinity 1
oco Tuolumne M
2T. tt s Smeltlnr 414
1:1 1 s smeitinr pi.. 444
.'' 1 'i an Apex 4
3 3-16 3 3-16
loo Utah Con
110 Utah Con ,
317 Victoria ..
1 Ro4ton A Albany. 171 179
73 P-nslon Elev ex d. 79 79
10 lloatnn A Maine .,25 20
5 Tlo & Maine pf. 34 34
So Ttostnn A Wore Pf 40 40
.r, Cbro .1 A S V pf 1034 10
05 N V N It ft II . .. 01 04
9 Old Colony. , ., 142 142
12 West End St 034 034
20 Am Arr Chem
20 Amer Sursr 109 109. in)
30 Ames Suaar pf 1134 lit 1134
142 Am Tel A Tel..
135 Am Woolen....
710 Am Woolen pf
311 A O A W 1 pf..
40 F.dlsnn .. .
Mlal lloue Eire.
to MrElwaine pf.
1957 Mass (laa
10 Mass Oaa pf...
10 Rce Ruttotihole. 10
3 Swill A Co ...... ,1144 1114 1144
t niif-11 rriui...., 1314 U14 lani,
ms i n unoe Main.... it 504
50 Mn Shoe Mach pf. 24 244
2378 U S Sleel... . 714 724
flSnO Am TAT 4s 84 441,
ltoMi Am TAT 44s.. ..101 mi
inooo a 41 A W I f,s 704 704
3000 O Tl A O Jt 4s . 904 904
2l Mass lias 44s 29. 954 974
JiiiO N E Tel S 1932. tM no
tooo New River 8s. . 74 74
10(0 Western T A T 5a 91 90
THE BOSTON CURB MARKET.
nosTON. Aug, 5. The closl.ig ISoeton
euro mn and asked quotations :
hay State Ois
Berole . .
Putte A London
Eaale A Dhiehelt
First National Copiier
Mines nf America
Neva la Iinuclas
Old Dominion receipts
United V.nle Extension
i ukon Uol l..
12,043, 901 Inc. 8198,981
The Nashville, Chattanooga and St.
Loula Rallwuy Company reports for June:
Oper. revenue. 8837.323 Del- 8133,329
Oper. expenses, 604,019 Dec. 23,221
averare fancy. lH.n . Ktut.
special, lltllVjc: skims, fresh,
1VV1V4C,: fair to good, 740
Net opr. rev. 8I72.70I Dec. 8112,108
Oper. Income. 1148,803 Dec 8104.372
Tho twelve month ended June 80s
Oper revenue. 810,930,532 Dec. 81,841,801
Oper. expenses. 9,099,631 Dec. 979,817
Net oper. rev,
11,830,911 Dec, 1841,984
11,518,578 Dec. 1853,760
ami Manhattan Railroad
Company reports for June!
8444,458 Dec 111. 722
193.753 Dec. 22,119
250,705 Inc. 10,t97
Hross revenue . . .
Net revenue . .
ll.i 1, avl. for In
terest on n'U. In
DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET.
nUTTEIl Out nf town buyers rorlr-o
lav. Kept the market fairly nrm Y.
n?Vh T UV " '"" """ker fe.llnr
... .... ... .,lu mwered vc,
Si 1 1. .1 ",er rnK Klr""' dropped
,L " i'"'y was orr 14c
close! that ay - There .J 'Xm.
Inr for export through Canada. ITIces
Creamery, eatras. 9: .core. 254 254c.
' " evnrinr, ;u ;snr , nrni. i to
-"mi", nairy tuti,
..1 , Kiiun in prune. 234 1( 2441
common to talr. !0fi23c.i renovated, e'
iras ...H.-J4C, nrs s. 22W2J4C, lower
...,,cr, iiunHiion creatnerv
nrsts, 20 4ti2lc. ladles, current maki
nrsis, .D'jjiJic.i set-nnds. 194c; lower
5 ' li ;,,,.."M- ; ivv.K,nK noes. June make.
?'s."i. " " 'Sl,c l0er srades,
CHEESE- Market Jestenl.iv whs In l.ei
ter condition than at any time during the
-..r.. ,. ucuBr luiiuins tor mm
rrane siock. nut the ordinary specials
VLairsi ft ft 1 r. I u I I a 44...., it. . a T
..... ,v ,ir tiuni inni, mere were
no clianres In iiuntatlons and market
w,i.-w ir,,jj. i-rurs. riaie. Whole milk.
luis, wnue anil colored
1 H 4 f i 1 S I
w"i" Demand for high grade stock
was rood It win ImposalMe to aupply
. n un. oniiiru. i ne accumula
tion of medium Kradrs c eared vster,i.ii
to some extent ami nearbv hennerv mri
w-a up tn 2c The market was In better
viuitiiiiiMi hi me nose tnan n the day
previous. Demand will continue rood
tor lilk'h grade stock even thoui.ii the
nurenuu.e noiiunr snow i.irre llu-reiis
.No demand for export Prices: Fresh
rainereii i-xiras, sisizar.; extras, nrsts
21r2.'4c . nrsts, J s u :0c ; seconds. 164
174c No 1. dirties, 144i5o.; hennery
wnnes, nnr in mncy, si 11 a. c; nenneiy
browns. 25fr20e , mixed colors. 18ff24t.
LIVE POUl.TltV 1'rlcei for all lines were
fixed yesterday und the market tan In
fairly good shape hecuiibe nf the better
weatner iienvy rains in near y a I sec
tlons mused delay 111 receipts and only
eirnteen iars were unioudeil. Twn were
by express No trouble to ret 10c. for
good fowls, and broilers were In better
iieniHiiti. uoosiers were 111 rood demand
Not enourh to go around. Market closed
In rood hape Prices: Fowls, 1541 ICc ,
broilers. 1711 194c, ducks. Western, lli .
Southern, 13 . uprlnr, 17441 114c; Jer
sey, old, 15c , sprlnr. 18c, reese, Weat
ern. 12i., Southern, lie . turki-s, U fJ
12c. rookters, ll'ir , guineas, 50c,
DItESSED I'OULTItV Market was
weaker yesterd ty. as there were more
than enough fresh killed fowls und broil
ers to meet the demand. Small fowls
were dull No great demand for broilers
There was some nut of town buying, which
helped the broiler market. Old rixisters
were In sufllclent supply to meet the de
mand There was 1111 nversupply of Long
Island spring ducks Tliewe went to the
cooler. Froien fiuu-y roasting chickens
were In demand, while turkeys were dull.
Prices: Fresh, fowls. Western boxed, 00
lbs. nnd over, 17 4c i Western, scalded,
large. He; broilers, 221127c,; old roiwtere,
12tlK4c, "I" t"i. prime, white, 10 lbs.
to dozen, 13.50: 9 lbs, 83; 8 lb,, 12 50
Turkeis fresh hens nnd toms, 16c Fru
jen Turkeys, dry picked selected, 21c. ;
Western, 20c. Texas, 17V 174c. llrnllers,
milk fed, 18 to 24 lbs.. 22ti23c; corn fed,
18 tu 21 lbs, 21c Chickens, 12 tu box.
milk fed, 13 to 47 lbs, 21c. 48 lbs and
over, 'iHi'JSc; corn fed. 43 to 47 lbs,
19c.; 48 lbs. nnd over. 20c. Fowls, 12 to
box, 60 Ilia Mini over to dosen, 17c: 30 to
33 llu IHjc Old ronstera, 12fl24c
Company and Term Stock Amt.Pnjabte.
Mechanics and MiUla
National flank, nuur
terly '7e Aug, 10
Hutterlck Co., quar
terly 4"e Kept. 1
(lenenil Fire Extin
guisher, quarterly com J4'. Aug. 15
CUli-Apex Mining, Ini
tial, quarterly l!4 7r Oct I
Success Mining 8c. Aug, ;o
Pratt - Whitney, quar
terly pfd 14 aug. 16
Mlnti, Ltd It Oat, 1
ITALY WANTS CREDIT
OF $80,000,000 HERE
American Bankers Outline
Terms of Lonn Uuss.a
Italy wants a 150,000,000 credit here.
Negotiations liava readied tho point at
which bankers have outlined the terms
upon which the proposed credit could bo
Italy has been Informed, It Is said,
that American banker stand ready to
(trant the credit aeked for on the terms
outlined, as there Is an abundance of
money here to be loaned In the form of
banking credit. A direct loan not
based on purchases made by foreign
Governments In this country Is not
looked upon with favor, but as Italy
Is n large purchaser hero It Is expected
that the credit sought will soon be concluded.
The 1:15,000,000 ftusslan acceptance
arranged six nupnths ago fell due yes
terday and wero paid. The seven or
eight banking firms that accepted the
ltusslan bills were paid In rash. The
leaders In tho credit wero J. I. Morgan
A- Co., the National City U.mk and the
First National alank.
It Is understood that there will be a
renewal of tho credit In a form that will
make the ltusslan bills acceptable as
rediscounts with the Federal Ileserxe
Information was received In banking
circles yesterday that the Russian
ability to turn out munitions hud
greatly Increased. The ltusslan muni
tions Plants arc now turning out a big
supply of arms and ammunition weekly.
There has been a similar Increase In
International Mercantile Marine Company
(International Navigation Company)
To the Holders of
four and One-half Ter Cent. Mortgage and Collateral Trual fluid Itonda
nil Crrtlttratessof Deposit of The New York Trust Company as Depositary,
and Its Agents, lmed under the certain Deposit Agreement dsted October !
tint Mortgage Sinking fund tite Per Cent, tlnlil Uoitda and Certificates
of Deposit of the Fidelity Trust Company as Depositary, and Its Agenti, liiued
under the certain Depovlt Agreement, dated November 13, 19141
Preferred Htock anil Common Slncki and Stock Truvt Crrllflratea for stork
INTKBNATIONAt MDBCAMTIl.K MARINE COMPANY:
NOTICE is hereby given that the undcrsiKned Committee, have pre
pared and adopted n Plan and Agreement, tinted August 3rd, 1915, for tho
Reorganization of the International Mercantile Murine Company, copies
of which Plan and Agreement have been filed with the hereinafter named
Depositaries and their Agents, from whom copies of said Plan and Agree
ment may be obtained.
In order to become parties to the said Plan and Agreement, holders
of Certificates of Stock and Stock Trust Certificates ami holders of Bonds,
not already deposited with the Committees, mutt deposit their securities
with the Depositaries or their Agents on or before September 15, 1915,
after which date no deposits wil be received except in the entire discre
tion of tho Committee.
Washington Predict ions for
Tn-diiy nnd To-morrow.
For Four and (liie-lmlf Per Cent.
Mnrtisie and t rilateral Irust
AND TIIF.IR AtiF.NTSl
. 1 lit; NKW V4IIIK rilCNT CtlMPANY,
lJciitry, xii iiroail Btrcel,
New York I'lly.
First Mortgage "Inking Fund
'lie per Cent, tinld llnnd.
RAY CONSOLIDATED IMPROVES.
Dltldrnd nf S-47,ti:in Paid
Vrsr'a rcniitl ttunrter.
The flay Consolidated Copper Com
pany, the thlnl of the larger copper
concerns to report for the quarter ended
June 30, showed ii similar big- Improve
ment In copper earnings to that reg
istered In tho reports of the other com
panies. The balance available for dividends
was J1.340.SS6. as compared with f"41.
f.3 In the first quarter of the year. Out
of tlila a dividend of ID 17,03.". was paid,
against nothing In dividends for the
llrst quarter. The net surplus for the
quarter, therefore, was 1793, 8tl, against
J741,63! at the end of the first quar
ter. Totiil Income for the quarter was
Jl. 377.135. against $7S'-M19.
The earnings fur the quarter. are
based on a price of IS. 635 cents a pound,
against 1 4.334 for the first quarter.
Tim averagu cost of production was
For Preferred A t'nmninn Stink
Rlork Irust Ccrllrteatra.
DATED New York. August .1rtl. WIS.
LAND TITl.t: A Tltt'.sr CO., Agent,
flt.iN. MM.t.S, 4'tlltlttr; CO., Agent,
1)7 Liimlianl Street,
FIIHXITY rill'sr CtlMPANT.
Drpmllary, Philadelphia. Pa.
IIA.NKF.HS IIIL'MI' COMPANY, Agent,
1 1 Mall Street,
New York City.
FIIIFI.tr Y Tllt.i: A lltl ST CO., Agent,
rrilF. NF.W YtlltK Tltt'ST C4IMPANY,
lleistHitsry. J't Hninl ttrii-t.
New York City,
t'llll l.ll t lltCftf COMPANY, Apent.
4DIM.PII IIOISSr.VUN A- Ct Agent.
tirrtt T. IMNNlRlt. Chairman.
ANDItF.n j.MII.LF.lt. WILLIAM I', (ilsr.
Irft'lialrman. Vli r-4 linlrman,
FltF.ltF.lt ICK II. SIIIP.M IN, T. OF. Ml I I CI'YI.Ftt.
HIIINF.V I. MI.FIl. MMIT.I. F. llllt SKI.V,
AI.IILItr II. HltllilN. 4 II Itl.CM D. MlltlllS.
L. ti. .MYLIth. 4ii:4)lttil. M. llltl.UMLIt.
iitittMii.owF.it. Mii.i.Fn. rttTi Lit a i:tti.i:, i ,. . ,
.M4llttiN, I.F.HIS A IIUt klFM. 1 4 miiisel.
C. F.. II4YD4K K. I. IIIIMF.lt ATIIF.RTIIN,
Secretary. Asltmt M-cretary,
20 llrnad Strict. :i2,-, Chestnut Strwt.
New York City. Philadelphia. Pa.
International Mercantile Marine Company
4 -c Mortgage and Collateral Trust Gold Bonds,
To Holders of Certificates or Deposit Issued by The Nen York Trust Company
and Its AxenN, for Four and One-half Per Cent. .Miirtcace and Collateral
Trust Cold llonds of the International Mercantile Marine Cnnipaii), de
posited under Deposit Agreement dated October 'did, lltllt
For r.astrrn Nnr York, New .lersey
and eastern Pennstltanla, unsettled to
da tn-mnrrnn- parti) ilimd)i moderate
For New Unsland, unsettled to-day: to.
morrow partly cloudy, moderate north
east to east iv I lids.
NKW VOItK, Ann. . A small area of
depression lingered mer the upper laks
ren Ions yesterday slid shottira niciirred at
acaltered points In the lak reitlons ant
eastward Intn Stw llnsland. hut except
for local almuera at a few polnla the
weather elsswhere as ifenerally fa.lr.
The prassura was hlKh over alt other
parts nf ibe country, excrptlnn moderate
depressions In tha extremo Northviest and
It nas conkr In the Ohio Valley and
eastward to the coast, hut otlisr tempera
ture eliannes were mostly local.
In thla rlty the day una fair and cooler!
wind, freah northwest; avernit"; humldltj,
71 per cent.; birnnmicr. unrrc tut to read
to sa level, at A. M.. 39M; 3 P. 31.,
Tho temperature In this rity yralenlay , S4
recorded by the nrtlclal tliermnmcler, la shown
In the annelrd table;
. mis. mil i mi.t,
" A.M 117 n P. M.. 117
12 M.. . . 7.t n p. m. ,m
3P.M. ..To' 72ll2.Mld III
lllajhest temperature. 77. at l:4n I', M.
Lowrst temperature, ili at o.p) A, M,
The Frsnr-h liner Kapaxn. salllnr te
morrow lor llori'eaux. will t.ik mail, rloslnf
st nnon. tor Kran.-e. Ittimanla. Iliiliana.
S-rhia, Snilierlanl Italy !palii. Pnrtujsl.
hfjpl, (ireece Drlllsh India. Ilrltlsli Katt
Africa. Mam, Malta, iiihrallnr Cf)lm. Mralu
4eltameiiu. IMHih Kan Indies. West Aus
tralia and Persia.
The Italian liner Cssrrta. illlni to morroiv
for Naples, will take specially addre-sed mall
only, elosinr at 4 jl a M tor li.ilv. Dula-aria.
Serbia. Kiinianla. f-wilierlaiid and (iri-ce
The Amerkan liner St Louis sallliu to
morrow for Liverpool will take mail, elosiiic
at 4-10 A M . lor Kurope leicetit liermany.
Austria. Iliinaary. I.tixemhurs Turkey, the
Netherlands. Nnrwav Sweden .ml lienmarKi,
Africa, West Asia and the Kaat Indies
The rtusslan American linr Kursk s.illlnt
to morrow, will take mall, ilnsnu at 10 A. M.,
Inr Arcliangrl only.
AMI I'M AM
San rises. . .4:A7i!"iin sen.. 7 01 Moonrtsesia:T
IIK1II WATKIt Tlllf DAY.
AMI AM M
Sandyll'k. .4 iKItinv I si 0 as, Hell tla'e. ,7 34
LOW WATKIt TIIIm DAY.
AM! M, M
Sandyll'k 1U UH.tlov Isl 1 1 43. Hell (late VJ 33
Itnttf i,l-im .Inly 21
Sa ItMiilam. 1: .n P M It'll
I.ydle. a.' A M . M Nar. re. July :i
f-s enejl.i , t'i P M La P ,ne. .lull :7
Ss Auranla, 11 P M Wc.ln.slas. lluelra,
s Lairnnui, 10:43 p i WHini-sd.ir. Ilaire,
1 July 13
1 fs Den of Oill. 12 A M I.lvernnnl .title- 5.1
NOTICE is hereby friven that the Committee constituted under the i g; A. wXV;,iaylyTuxi.an
certain Deposit Agreement, dated October 2nd, 101-t, has prepared nnd July rr.
.iikii .i 1 ,i . iiainanns. July .
s Freda, 3 10 P M . Ilarbnln.. .lulv .;
s M.ritj ' A M Para. J ills .:'
Ss llerniudiaii, t. 50 A M . H-riiiuda. Ail, i.
Ss Carai as. s:43 P M Wediieeda). Mm Juso,
( Alllllraille, J .05 P M . Kllisslnll. Jul 31
. (Utar, 7 A M.. .Mat.inias. July jn
!s Florlxel, Hi..! A M . Halifax. Aus 3
Ss llix-llnc. 5 A M . Tilt Cole. July ,yi
Sa Seniantha, to A M . .Malantas, Jul 31.
Ss rnroial is M P M Ju, xin Jul) 31).
Ss Proteus, New- Ol'b-.ille. July 21
Kl M.IO. I,. ill. .Hill. Jul) .1-1
Ss (iahit-o, llnnii, Aiun-i 1
s ll.imiltnii. Nnrfilk Aiiru-t I
t'liee-ipealte. Il.iliimnre. Aiisust 4
Ss Texas. Cl.iyninut. Aus I
Ss Shanmut, Jai ksouMlIe. An.- I.
adopted a certain Plan and Agreement, tlatcd August 3rd, 1 0 1 ,1 , for the
reorcanization of tho International Mercantile Marine Company, and hns
caused copies of said Plan and Agreement to be lodged with The New
York Trust Company, Depositary, antl its Airontn.
The Plan and Agreement provides that each and every Depositor,
under saul Deposit Agreement ot uctoiier , lUl-l, will lie conclusively
. t. . n.n..A.,.l VI.1..I
I'smionr t a meetins lust Monday 1 presumed to havo assented to said Plan and Acreement unless such Depos-
....., --.I .... ,.ttmr t tUm .-nmdnv In ! . ! 1 . 1. ,...U Tl -! . . . 1. .. 1 1 1 - ...i.l il .
s,iiii. iu ,..... ... sioek i riehiins:" uor ln acciiruiiiice wuii mu saiu uuiusii, urcuincni, muiii me Iran me
Inr" ih. llstlnv nf the cntnnunl's securities Depositary, or one of its Aeents, a written notice of his dissent therefrom.
The follow me seats on the New York together with the Certificates of Deposit in respect of which such dissent
frTni'fer1::xCw.nif.'.mh namJ.''',..P Hcnjani.n 1 is filed, on or before the tenth day after the completion of the publication
u. lunuti. Orurca o. Buitu. decrneii, to of this notice us required by snid Deposit Agreement. Knch and every
j. Koni johninn. Jr.. una "yv. Hack- Depositor not so dissentinp shall accordingly be conclusivolv presumed to
ne y to u. i leant? r iucnru. in wan . . ni i
ntf oia h idd.vuu eacrit inr nnif prico 1 im u u.-i.-viuvu iu mm , hn,v4nvin4
DATED, New York, AuRtist !ird, 1015.
as In the previous sale,
l.lsr 4uck .Markrt.
THL'ltSDAY Aur, 5.
Receipts of tieeves en- 'J00 head,
mainly innslgnej direct to local siauuh
terers. No trudliit, feellnx steady. liresseJ,
beef quiet at Uulit, per lb. tor native
' ltecelpts for calves were US head, tn
cludlni 43 h-ail to be soli. Market un
clunsed. I'omninii to fairly prime veals
sold at U.OOtl 113 00 per I0O lbs; culls,
47 DDK Is. SO. Dressed .ale aithe illy
dressed veals selling at lt!ln per
lb : country dressed veals, 14 VI ,41
dressed srasscrs and skim milk talies.
11 H'elpts of sheep and lainlis were 3.50
head. Including eight and one-half cars
for the market Keellnit steady. The
pens were cleared. Oimiiioii to fair
sheep (euesl sold at II SOU 14 50 per 100
lbs - culls, IS.50. ond to prime lambs,
60t) 110.001 culls. IT.Jff. Dressed mut
ton In good demand .it si,til3i per IP,
resse.l lamb. 14ai's-. hog dressed
lambs. 17U IT'ic
lleielpls of hogs ere L4S1 head, In
cluding only a te head fur the market
f eeling easier
The .Nei York Trust 4'niiipani.
Depositary. 'Jo llroad street,
New York t'lly
Land title A Trust t'ompani, Agent,
411) n. Mills, t'urrle A C'n
117 lmihanl S'rect,
4Mlltl.4 J. MII.I.LH.
riii:ni:iti u ii. shii-m ,,
SIIIM.l r. Ml. Lit.
4l.lil.lt I II. Y4lt,4;l.V
L. 4.. .Mt I lls.
('. L. ILldlM k, Sei'rel.irv
llr.nd SI NVs- Ynrk flty.
OUTnOI.Ves STKAM SHIPS
bail To morrow,
C.iserta. Naples . A M
Si Louis. Llierpool . i A M
Kursk. Archalisfl ... H'iA.M
1 Kspajlie. Ilordiaill . . L W M
. ('smernili.-l. lilasOM ..
i Wi:jnia. Mollteviden .
T the Holders of Certlflrate of llepo.lt Issued hy Hdellly Trust I'.impaii) . j"u"jri. NiL-aulV''"'.'
llrpoltar), and Its Agents, inidii lleiMi.lt Agree nieiit dated Niiicmher Vi, i Hraros. s.in Juan ..
,,.. llcrmudUii. H-j niilil.i. .
'"14! i'..i,n n-iln.i
International Navigation Company
First Mortgage Sinking Fund Five Per Cent. Gold Bonds
ARlllVKU I'ltOM NKW YOKK.
Ea Yecndyk, at HoltrrIa,ii
sAII.KIi Kim vnv Y'MtK
S" t "ml est stales, finm t'openhafien
t's i,imi,ili i. from Palermo
Ss Zui-apa. from s.inl.i Mai u
To Ihe Holders of
First Mortgag Bonds
DOVER, SOMERSWORTH & ROCHESTER
S1REET RAILWAY COMPANY
5omi. i "taee . Trii.ue under uti Indenture
Iff Trust with the IHlVUIl. SMKUS.
UUItTll -v 1 I'lllTKIt STItHUT ll.WL
WAV COMPANY, datid July 1. SOI. Iiere
W iUr. nolle, that II holds the ,111.1 of
Nlnf Thousand Teiity-Kt and J3-100
Dollars (.nsvS2i tor th" purchase of
nrs Mor sag.- r'He Per Cent Honda of
III sail street IUI!ay Company Issued
under nnd secured by said Indenture, of
Trust and that aealnl proposals offering
aid bonds to the amount of said sum, or
any part thereof, endorsed "Proiios.U to
S? 'lliiier. siitnerswiirlh A- Koilie.ler
street ltull 4 niialiy The Per 4 flit.
Iloi'il." l.l be. retell ed until Noon. August
10 Hill, the right being reseried by said
Trustee to rt-Jert uny or nil proposals.
Iloston, August 4, l!Ht.
Xotico is liereliy c;ien that the Hondholdprs' Protective Committee 1 ijlMe"Vie,CVi'i'iVsioir.
nppointcd hv the deposit ngrpoinunt (luted November l'J, 1014, for the iiiiineid (irjnse itio
t-ii... m.,. ...... t!i.,L-i.,.. t.' I !.':.. n r:i.i h-.i.. c i. Waller D Note. Km..
I ll.-M. .11111 IKilK1 -JllinillK Willi i v i it villi, wifiu Ainiiii ui lllu llllUIIlil- IilmiC, Ja UsOIll llle. .
Itlntinl Vnviirntinii (Tomnnnv ("now Internntionul .Meiivintiln Mnrinn Cnm. umiMs.ii. Tampa
' i l I .,.! .'..!.,..,. I .. tl I i ..,.,.., .i....i 4 . n Antilles. New llrleali-
Jiuny, Hint.- ju i.-i.ii mm iiuutii-ii ii i mn nun ,im i -u-iiil -ui, iiiiit.-ii vuKllst o, 0 -i I.oui- -av'IMll
1915. for the rporcmizntion of tlie Intertiittionul Merciintile Murine Com- itiiu'c'ss .Mine Nmfuik
puny, copies of which Have lieen lileil with Mdelity Irutt Company, of iiru.V.ii',. u
rilllUUlMIUIIili lUiisiini j , nun linn ii.- iiKi-iiin, iiiuinci . i I lift i.illinpiiny, oi
New York, and Fidelity Title it Trust Company, of Pittsburph.
h ml A M
T l A M
4 A M
Jo A M
S ' A M
& i A M
9 SO A M
l: "I 4 M
U 0" M
l.i.ulaillle A Nashillle KaHroml In.
11 llroadway, New Yolk. July Uth. ISL.
In accordance iilili the ttrins of the
Mortgage of the Petisacola Division of this
Company, the follontng Tiientyflvn (251
bonds liave this day been drawn for the
Sinking rund, vw.i
The Interest on the same will cease Sep
tember 1st. 'JH. and the prlnclp.il of the
bonds, plus live per cent premium, will be
redeemed at this ottk-e on and after that
i; L K.MITHK1LS Assistant Treasurer
:o: cm 4:7
;4a :7i 4ci
:4 ass 4i.3
:t:i 3M) M'fl
:i3 37 t::
DIVIIIKNDS AM) INTKMK8T.
THK (ItESCKNT PIPK LINK t'OMI'AN.
333 Fourth Avenue,
Pittsburgh, Pa.. August 4th. 1915
A dividend of S'eell!.Hf Cents ( 751
per allure has been declared on the capital
stock of tills Company, iaable Wednesday.
September 15th, IMS, t" stockholders of
record at the close of business Tuesday,
Xugust 34th. 1M5.
I'nr purposes of this dlildeml the trans,
fer bonks Mill be closed from I P M Tues
day. August :4th, to A. M- Thuraduy,
September 14th, IMS.
All communications regarding payment
or change, of address should ha sent to this
oflVe not later than Tueeda. Auguit :4th,
I!. I.OCKWOCIP. Secretury.
(ik.nlital asphalt companv.
piu:i--i:iuii:i stock dividbni) no ss
lUXlLVUD. Thut a quarterly dlildend
of one and One-ipiarter per lent. (II 35
per share) Is hereby dcclired upon the pre
ferred sloik of thla Company, p.ij,(.
Wednesday, Septeinlicr I, IMS, to M.uk
holders nf record at the cloee of buslmaa
on Saturday, August 14. IMS. Tiansfer
books will not be i lo.ed.
J. I,. ItAKK, Secielary.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 4, IMS.
Mei'hanli-a A Melnls Niillonnl Hank
UK THK CITY Oh' NKW otl
A quarterly dividend nf TltltKK Plllt
(MINT ntl on the capital stock of Hi lb
h.itiU Mill be payable, fria of tux. on and
utter August IV, IMS, to shareholders of
renin!, lit the close nr business. August
7, IMS. JOSEPH S. llOUSK, Cashier.
s.ul Monday. August 9
NurtbU . . . ..
12 DO M
1J 00 M
l: im .M
1 is) P M
. W P M
I" IW A M
K ' A M
11 10 A M
II A M
IV (i M
II isi A M
13 :i P M
V: i si .M
ii., p m
.1 ' P M
1 ft' P M
1 (M P M
I: (! M
3 ' P M
."i P M
3 P M
3 is) P M
.- Juljr If
All rioiilcrs ol t. ertincatcs ot Deposit issued ny tlie Denositarv nnd its incomin'i stkamships
tifrents under said deposit titrreement, nre hereby notified that unless , ,.,n.,,ir I,J Tin,
within three weeks from the date of the first insertion of this notice, thev vVl,?." Havre ." "
shall withdraw from the said deposit avrreoment in the manner and upon Uronze wmi La Patiur juiyse
tho conditions therein specified, they will he conclusively and finnlly ih'i pSti liuu ". .'"".. ..'Si? 5?
deemed to have assented to the snid Plan and Agreement of Reorp;aniza- i-,ux, n',r!r!!'""i " '!,"r :'
tion and will bo bound by all the terms anil provisions thereof.
Dated, Philadelphia. August 3rd, 101,")
rlllLT.llY lltl'Sr 4H.MPANV.
U,P?J3 AWltmt S... Philadelphia.
II4.NKI.IIS Mtl'HI C4IMPNY.
Agent Inr lie wsiiarj
1 1 Wall St . Ne nrk.
riiiKi.irr iiilla ntiM 4(i..
Agent lor iii-i'oii-iri .
I. IIP Will' I TVLLIt.
siMi Li. r. mn sniN.
I II 4111. I S II. Mild (IV.
(.1 KltCi; s, llltKllSTLIt.
HIA-I tMIN TII4W,
I. IIKMIH ATlllltTON. Secretarr.
J -I Chestnut St Philadelphia. Pa
I lfm City
1 Mara .U
f 'ritnh'i . .
Army unit Nbj Onlfr. frnni Fort Oicti thorp, Oeoritia,
orders ere Issued: rV, " ,Pi'Vr, ,r ,. V.' .""."., ,irfl,"2
Wliltniore. .Meiiicai , i.tsm. i-i
Major Kiigene It
l orps. rrom arinj iin-'ii, ,,.Mru... ... ......
1 I . ' , .,...! u- ..... a,rtr of ItlllllHrV
llieilie.u win"" - i
and tropica! medicine.
Second Lieut ltussell II !'.itt rson.
Twelfth Cauilry. to run leuonsionr,
I Texas C1H Te
Clly of St. Louts
Pue To morrow
II irrv Ltiekenhi'
Kl V.ille .
Kl Mar ..
. Julv 31
. July 31
. .Aug j
. Aug I
Cant. James A W'tlsnn ll.ll.l a,,n.
from Kori Slocuni, New ork, to Fort
Capt James o Jlngee Medical Corps,
from Kort I.caveniortli, Kansas, In Texas
Chju Frank W. Weed, Medical Corpa, ! Nets ton Ahhntt
iiooi wie i-iesiiio or -.in i rancisu to i rinrniuii liruu-e
P.ilria . .
Capt. Charles ii. uaienooi, wrunanr- i.etternian iiener.il llnspltnl i iirllli.ini
Pepartnient. from duty e-an rtiunnm nr-i irsi i.iem. rrnnK i-. i.rmis, .iienieai city oi sav.iiinan
senal. Texas, to canal .one ana repon , -,; Vo v.-j ;
Onvernor for assignment to uuty , fpi isenrge II Mi I.elUn, Medical
ortli-er. Panama annameiit d!- T""' ' "rl i'omcii, i-aiiioruia, to
,r'"''""1 ' ' .. . . I Texas ( 'l! i . Tex
trlct. relieving ('apt. uapnaei u. .ix. urn-( MhJp iMn N- Wnn M(.rtll. Corp,
name iiepnrinirui nooi i i-m i.-- uoioe. lonn, in i ori ior
int Charles M. iiordnn, Jr. Infantry
1- w 'pool Inly 31
. Palermo . ., .July y
Pa'ra .July :
II 11" I July M
I.ilei iionl . . . Jul V .'
Ln-iilnii . . . ,'u'v "I
. Ilai -. . Julv .-.
T!iin-i .Aur .
( nl'al . . .1 ut j- si
Hl'li-'"ll . ..4.UT 1
'" . All! 1
iy Aucusi 4
Lishnii . . . .1 ii v M
(iiinallar . . July
I i l-t n:-s July 37
Hairy Julv "I
Mai eel Ill's . Julv :i
T-llill n i Aug 1
S. ll. -inn ill AU4 5
liirmiitiiif I'sii-ls llj W'lri'lcas.
,,. i-sllfnrnla. Mo. to Kansas l.ny, Jlo.
....... nH ..,.,.,in,i ...ui.
as inspei lur-iosii uv,i 1j(
ilaoi ..ii" ..... ., . , ......
Ss Con. ho, (ialve,inn
Dlimoiid Shoil. at : P
ss Coniet Purl Arthur.
"i.ior ii "r M.,a,.,r- ,. N" (), l,..,n
t - ., - .,- . . ii in, ,oi lonuias hi noon
ti.-.H ..ui , oner, .i.-.i lOTK, 10 (CXISI
fantry, from duti iMtn organueu uiiiiiia
nf California to his regiment.
I.leUt.-Col. i.nampe i. ..ui.uii.iiii, .11
Medlral Corps, from duty as professor of
military and tropical medicine ut army
medical sihool anil Is designated as nira.
tor of nrniv medleal museum, thla citv.
S.cond i.ieui. imrrison 11. v- uiei.nr..-.
t'nurth Cavalry to aviation sei-tlon of Sib
mil Corps, as student. Han Diego. Cnl.
Cipl. C.eorge K Tliorne. Qiiiirlermaster
Corps, to Kort Henjainln Harrison., in
Uiaiia. (Ill or aooo rewieuuet 1.
report to commanding niMfei
Capt. Thomas C Austin. Medlral Corps,
from Kort Hancock. New Jersey, to tho
commanding general, eastern departmi int.
relieving f'apt. Henry C. I'lIUburg, Medical
CCapt. l'lllsburv. to the Walter Heed Oen.
eral Hospital Plstrbt f Columblii.
Capt. Howard II Johnson. Medlcnl
Corps, from Walter Heed (lenenil Hospital,
IHstrkt of Culuinldii, to Port Hllss, Texas.
l-'lrt Lieut Klnier Telmev, Medlcnl It'
serve Corps from Kort Maker. California,
to Kort Harry. California.
(Mpt. Lew M lluthaivuy. Mcdliul Corps,
from I'ort linker. California, to Douslas,
l-'tist Lieut Itoberl Dur Hiirden, Medical
Corps, from Walter Heed ilenernl Hospital,
District of Columbia, to tho Presidio of
Charles M. O'Connor. Med.
ri.s, from Walter Heed (ieneral llos.
pit il. District of Columbia, to Sparta, Wis
l'lrst l.leui David D. Homii, Medleal
'orp. from I'ort S'nelllng, Minn, to
Kort Sam Houston, Texaa.
These iihvv orders Here Issued:
Lieut c K Smith, to Naval Academy,
Lieut i.ludgel W. II Hlchardson. Jr.,
detachi d Tei nessee, to leaie of absenca,
Lieut C J Moore, to Hab'h.
P.isss l Assistant Suraeon il A. Harrison,
to Naval Hospital. PlilladelpliU.
P Director lteah 1'r.mr. placed on re.
tired list of nnlrera uf navy from August
11. IM'.. In an-.rdancs x 1 1 li section 1111,
Pa master S. K llarber. detached Ver
mont to navy yard. Norfolk, Va.
Passed Assistant Paymaster A. (I. Ilearne,
detached nnvy yard, Portsninuth, N. II ,
to naval station, olougnpo, p. I,
mil, smith of
M etrr Inr
.I m.li i- iinrthwest
1" m'les rorthwest
0 10 m.les north-
1 miles south of
mdes south of
Muteiiifiita nf Naxul Vessels,
WASHINGTON. Aug. 15. Destroyer!
Whipple. Paul Juries. Preble, Perry und
men.iri arrive.! at sitKii, uutcli Harbor.
supply ship Supply arrived at Olongapo,
.gunboat Hanger arrived at Annapolis, tug
j Wuhnetiih nnd gunboat Tallahassee hi-
i riled at Norfolk, turned.! boat llurnee nr.
Klrst Lieut. Lloid !;. TefTt, Medic U I rIM I at Washington Navy Vard; gunboat
Corps, from tlie waiter ueeu iioner ii iiuiinginn arriveu at ttongKong, de.
Ilosnltul, District of Columbia, to Toby Isirnyer Aminrii arrived at Neiiort; bat
hannii, Pa tlclilp C.iniurtl, ut airive.l at PoiI.mii-
Miijoi rnoinas ,i iviriipairii-K, .iieni. a. i i ' in . cuiiri .inioiri nriiieiai 1 Ullipilllis
from run x.iaius, itiinue ismn.i. e ...i..- v ,-i-i.i..o -anen irom .xia
ja-itlau for La Paa. cruiser Denver sailed
n tavmh ciiv rex
Major liUM'Uil l' iie.ininge, .le'iicni in.in ..nwaimii won inns, gnnuoit uas
Curtis, from Kort Snelllng, Minnesota, to tine sailed from New l)i,eans for Port au
Kort Adnnia. llliodc Island. I Prime cuilter nrutui sailed from Chrl.
Capt. Omar W. Plnkaton. Medical Corpa, ton for Norfolk.
s Nnini.itl III lit, e Tiiii'
east of llatleras at '. M
Ss Pleiades. Manillas .,
s.ibdy Hoolt ai tiin.n
s Sariua. Kin. ,oa. 1 1
Snndv H ink -it noo-i
Ss City nf SI l.n us sit sun ill. 114 mlle
south ol Sandy ll.mi .it n-ix-i
Ss Li-impe. J.i. -lis.. m mil. a south ot
Sillily Hook al 7 P M
Ss Illinois Port Arthur Wi miles east nf
Sabine bar at i oon
ss Northwestern Po'i Arthur, f31 nillea
east of Sabine bar at noon
Ss Kl Oriente i..ilivtoii. :ii miles ensi
ol flalreaton al noun
Tus: H Ke.ne llrtinsw.eli. 71 mtles
sOulliMit .f Hi.'inion.l lio-ils at 7 p t
S Citv of Siv.ililllh -:i -lllllltl f miles
south ol Martins Iiidu!i al 1 I' M
Ss Coni.llicbe Jack -ont ills , W ill. lea from
St John . bur at 7 P M
Ss Kl Occiilrnte (li.'tnton, crossed Gal
veston Inr at 7C P M
Ss Urllliant. T.mip..n miles southnea.
of Diaun.nd slioa'- ,u i.oon
s El Vail' riiltesio' :o miles south
of Ii.amond shoals ut ixinn
ieta Miljnrlt) itf llimils.
John W. I'alten, I'liiilniiiin of the
riilciiirn und i:nsleni Illliin'x lirni.lliiilil.
cin' commllti c, Mild ycii-ntny Hint ttio
cmntnltteo now Imlds a ni.ijnrliy uf tha
total nmnunt nf Imh-iIk of Hie xnrlous
Issues rcpri'sontr-il l.y it. iiirlud'tiir over
Ti" per cent, of tho ('lil.-ugn ami K.ist.'tn
lllilinlH Bi'lier.ll 1'iiiiMiliili.ti'd mi l first
inoitirnKo f.s. .1 I-: liliiiit. Jr. vlce-
preslilelit if the Mer. Ii.ii if I n .ml
Trust I'limpiiny nf ri ".i-iiki.. has heci
lidded to tho cniumitt.-c Tim t net
for depositing thu bonds hns In i n ex
tended to rieptcmlir-r Ii,