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FURTHER LOSS IX VALUES
STOCKS A GAIN A TTACEED.
ROOKLYX RAPED TRANSITS DECLINE
BANK HOLDINGS LOWER.
Closing prices yestfrday of the rrinripal ac
tive securities ami net change? from Friday's
prices were:
STOCKS.
Am C & F 13% — %] lies Central 11%
do prof S»H — % M<« Kan & T pf. . 20 — H
*m Sugar lief..ll2»* j North Pacific 49
>m Stl &TV ire.. '--> 1-*1 -* — S do pref 70%
do pref «H'* — **!Xor& West 81 — %
A.m Tobacco f<*K — %1 National Tube .... 41*. —
At Top A 8 F. .. 24 —%[ National Steel...-. -••'■» — 2^
do pnrf Cl< *4 —S 1 do pref .. . >>2 — 1 1 «
Am Tin Plate... l-» — HjXorth American.. 14^4 —■*
Am Sme'tinp 35H —Vi N T Central 12H 1 * —IS
Brooklyn It T... 51 *» — V Ont & W IS'4 — >
Bait & Ohio .. 78H —l i j Pressed St Car... 43 »* —1*
CII I I PiiC 103's — 1 j P«-o Oas Co '.M's — 1
Chic Dur i Qy. -121 s * — l^ilPaclf.c Mall Srt 1 * 4- J4
CM & St P W>\ — *4 ] P«-nn X H 128% — *•
Ohi<. Gt \Vest... 11>V 'Republic Steel.... 9\ — Vi
Ches ft Ohio . . -J.i : '. — »i;K<?Rd:ng 16 I.*1 .* — \
Con Tobacco .- - —Hi do Ist pref 57 — H
Consol Gas I*2 -fl .•hern Pacific .HIH —l i
Ccc &St L... 56 — 1 Southern Ry 10 *
Col F&1 Co »• do pref B0 —\k
Canada Sauth... 4"*H + H >: LS\V pf 21 T 4 —'*
rx-1 L & \V 1753* IT^xas & Pacific. 13Vi — '-i
iZri* Ist prt>f 22 — 's'Ttr.n C a 1 68 1 * —'4
FrtSeral Ste*l 12*\. — '* ; Union Pacific .... -t^ — 1>
&o pref 64 1 * -f \ -lo prff 7014 —Jt
Int Paper 21 H — 1 IT* S Leather .8 —Si
Louts At Xarh... 73S — SiWhwl & L. B 8 — '*
Met Str^Pt Ry...14f. s4s 4 —i% ill 2d pr<?f 22*4 4- S
>!o Pacific 46 a * — \ Wabash pref 17 1 * — *ii
Mactman S4*» — H : West Union Tel.. 7SH- -*- f«
M & fil \* 46 1 * rr HIWJa Ontra! pf... 40 —' L
BONDS.
A T A- S F a 4a. K'i — "41 Erie lft pen 4b... 70H — }4
B & O SVjs :'SH — "iiXorth Pac Ss 66H — J4J 4
Cent cf t»a 55. . . !WVt -r % i do -Is .103J4 —'4
Che? & O 4 s a s.. 99 -I- Vi Rending pen 45... S7H — H
Ch RI & P 4»..1('7"i 4- 6 * LB w 2is r>B ~ %
Col Mid J« 2-4s- 7S : .'S -J-l ! Wabnsh I> Be 30U —**
Tli : DAY'S OPERATIONS IN STOCKS.
The stock market was •weak under bear pres
sure and further liquidation. Renewed attacks
upon Brooklyn Rapid Transit and sales by
frightened holders carried the price of that
stock down several points, and the rest of the
market moved in sympathy. A bank statement
showing- an unexpected loss in cash and sur
plus holdings helped the decline in the late deal
ings, while a new batch of adverse crop reports
from Chicago, a sharp advance in wheat, and
Chinese developments, increased the uneasiness
in speculative circles. Th. was good buying 1
on the decline, but no attempts were made to
support the market. Many speculative interests
that are not openly bearish are encouraging 1 the
selling movement in secrft. in order to secure
stocks at the cheapest prices possible, and the
success of the bear element in the last week In
forcing 1 out "long 1 " stock has resulted in a
further strengthening of market conditions by
the passing 1 of stocks from weak to strong
hands. Vanderbllt Interests were said to be
taking" stocks yesterday, and it is quite certain
that good securities were not sold without find
ing: buyers. Bonds -were in fair demand. The
.greater number of railway mortgage issues are
celling at bargain prices, and bond houses re
■port a. fair inquiry from investment sources.
The market closed weak and unsettled, with
prices near the lowest of the day.
A marked upward movement In the prices of
all agricultural products has been the feature of
the business -week. Dulness In the distributive
trade and. further reductions in the prices of
manufactured goods, especially Iron and steel
and raw textiles, have continued. Trade re
adjustment to meet new conditions of supply
and demand is accompanied, however, by a
large volume of business as reflected In railroad
earnings and bank clearings, the last named be
ing 1 heavier than in any other year, except in
the New-England end Middle States. Condi
tion of general trade, as shown by commercial
agencies, Is not measured by current stock mar
ket values, and Stock Exchange speculators
continue bearish on all securities. It is not safe
to make predictions regarding the probable ex
tent of the current selling movement; but buy
ers of good stocks at the present level will
get securities under their actual worth. In
yesterday's bank statement higher rates for
money are doubtless foreshadowed. Cash hold
ings decreased ?3,168,500, and surplus above
legal requirements, $1,971,900 to $15,526,550.
This compares with a surplus of $25,697,800 a
year ago, and $02,206,250 in IS9S. Loan ex
pansion has apparently ceased for the present,
as the gain In this item last week was only
i 525,900, and the banks may soon find it neces
eary to protect their reserves by loan contrac
tion, which will involve further liquidation in
stocks.
The usual -weekly table of price changes for the
-active clocks follows:
I Saturday.) Saturday. l Net
I June 16. I June 23. ) charire.
Axur Car & P ...1 15U r iau I 2
-American emeltln^ ) 35- * HZ J- j,
AaMric^n Biml & Wi-e. . . —4%
do preferred 7;^ .. . «
JAiaerfoan eteel Hoop .. vj „£ — \y.
Andean Sugar Ref Co. 115^4 113% ■ —3
>UZM»rtcan Tin Plate 2<>i_ ]8 ' _Su
jAmertctn <""-■.... 33^ 30>i I "7*
American Unseed 1 \\ p^* T. B
Anaconda ~~.\ 39 SBH ~\\
AuaciiJa ; _ 1
tAichiaon. Top & S F_ | 24^ -4 _ 1,
do preferred. ....... ■ 7,," '• J^iz __ 2
Ajaerican Tobacco™... 1 y.iU. \ >.•;? i 134
2E£J:i.T.ai>r. & 0hi0..:......] 74*, ', „> ', ~ 3 /*
Co preterred f 79^ I -V/ • " l' — S
Brooklyn Kapid Trans:-.... 67 Vi '■ r.l s « _ifii h
■CooUnental Tobacco , -!s a ■...-" ; ,?
&o preferred > I 8 ~i.
Central < f MewsTeeser. viOU ' I*>T^ Z
Chesapeake & 0hi0..". 25 S ' "4*l I —*•
Chloe^o & Great Western..] 10»4 I "i«,i. 1 _ .*
CO preferred A. . p -," 731 ' __ ,1*
& NOl • _i 2
Chicago It I & Pacific , J04% 1032 _ J»t
Chicago Bur & Quincv.... 121 *. r>nT 1 ..=.*
CUci*o Mil &£t Pau1....! m 2 109\ Z»4
Ctlcago Terminal oref 34 31 4 —"'A
<3eve-and CC& St Louis. B7H '' M ITI
Caneoi!«lau«d Gaa Is* | •m _ i
Colorado Puel & Iron St,H ! 30 I _ V
Delaware & Hu.f»an _ jllC lli II 1
Delaware LarH & AV«t.... 17»^ I 175*4 -«>
Denver & X,, Grande 17' i i«2 _ t
do preferred | r,7 r'.s. 1 _ 1 ]*■
Erie let «ref erred 3314 32 ". __ l«
Federal gted SOH I 29* —»*
do preferred f, 4 i 4i 4 1 €4,*4 ,* 1
Hoddagr Valley oj^ I IV ZZH
do preferre.l ,*( j 84 •* __ o
General Klecrrlc „ •nm 1 128U _3
Gluco*- Bn«v Refining": 4 55 Vj Z 2,-
Illinois Central „ U2 111 1
Jowa Centra] "g "^ ~ 1 _
Irtereatlonel Paper Co j 22»i 21% — l>i
do preferred i 64% 84 — *!
Jjcnisville & .74 73% aT
Mexican Central ......„..{ 32^ I 11%, 1^
Slexlcaa XaUoniU ....„...! :j,: j ,: 4 ; <j jj
WanhattaJi ■ gS j M «i _oi|
Uetr&poin&n Stret-t Ey .. . : 3"L-» 34>i i 4i 4 6
Missouri Pacific 491* 4Qi, 4 — 2 »i
SJlfscarl. Kansas & TV* p* 81 \ 2y i 2**
>'£.llocal I-tdi I*> 4 ]s4 _ ii
National 6;e*:l . 2<SU "(>i. . ss.
do ppeferre J 87 82 ' — 5
JTorthern Pac'.flc Ry.. SIH 4H ; 2S
<!o preferred 73 70H 1 — 2\»
X V Central & Hudson 12S^i | lSii'-a _: •>:"
North American 15H j 14;, ™H
Norfolk & Western 32 7 » I 31 _ 1%
do preferred 76 71} _ 2
Or.tarij sna '.Veftern ' 10% ' JS>4 iix
Pacific Mai! I 2»> l 4 j £6't 4. >4
Pennsylvania 12S 12^*8 _ 1%
People's Gag Klpht I<S ii4H ( — 3*4
Rr«*ed Steel Car 44 *i 43 «4 1 — i>«
Readme -•• 3 f >% ( Kl'i | — S
do Ist preferred ..... 56 'I „ 7 I+l
QO i.l pref.-rr<^l •■■ i'T'i • 254 4. 1
flepublio Ircn & Steel..... 10»§ 914 — ]«^
do pr«-f erred •.'4** ,v, : —^41^
Boxtthem fta.lway 31 ' i 10T4 S
do pr*ft-rrt-d < - l 7*l 7*7 * 50 ' — 1%
Southern Pacific J 81 31 >» ._^ xl
Ft Loul« & Sea Frtnclsco. 1 J*«4 a'i , _ 1..
St Loul» Southvestem ■><>>-+ £ij L"
do prtrferr^J 1 23 21'» — I*
Texas* Pacific 15% 13 >j — 1%
iTiiro Avenue P. R log^ HO [ +ju
Tcnaawrg Coal & Iron ... «.% 6314 1 _L 1 1*
Union Pacific _ rOH 4^H __ ii^
do preferred 1 72% i 7OU "'.
TTnited Stat«s» Rubber 2T> 1 4 25 ''
TTnited States T^eather S% g I T*
■ do pref^rrerl ...... 'ftflH M — 2
Weetem I'nlnn SO 3 !* I «7SU jI
T\-ht^l & L, E 2-i preferred. . 22 •">*; t"
MPteoouin Oatral pref 44 40 —4*
Wabmih preiczrvi | lf>"4 1714 j»
Total taJirS f'<r .-: we*k ° i:> 9 fdfi
Total in prtcrflns we*k .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.l 246
•Ex (11-. ;^«jd.
THE DAY'S OPERATIONS IN BONDS.
GOVKRNIIEXT BONDS.— Market steady. Final
quotations follow:
Hid. Aeked.J Bid Aeked
TT. f5. ex 2» re?.lo!> — IT'S. 4s, 1025.c0u.134\i i:viv
U. 8. 3«. reK...IOS» 10&' ii U. 5. r, B , lJwM.resr.ll3 Il»2
1182
V. S. Sa. »m« lOMi 10&U T.B. I's, v 1 reg\l'J2« Ki3i2
t:.S. 46.H*>7,rt-fr.!U JUUit'.S. £«. w I rou.lfau 103?
TT.S. 45.J907.5m0.119 115 «4t DUt. of C. 3-6T.5.123 _
U.S. 45.1025.ref?.13-4li 134^n!
RAILROAD BONDS.— Market Irregular. Total
sales amount in par value to PMMHk against
/WiS.KX) on Friday. The heavitst dealings were In
tb» Atchlson general in, Baltimore And Ohio 3^».
Central of Georgia ss. Chesapeake and Ohio 4J£s,
CMcag-o, Rock Island and Paclflo 4b, Colorado Mid
land Ist 2-4b, Erie Ist general 4s. Missouri. Kansas
and Texas 2d 4s. Norfolk and Western 4s, Northern
Paclflo 3s and 4s. Reading general 4s. St. Louis
Southwestern 2ds. Southern Railway Ist 6s, Union
PaMfio 4s. and Wabash debenture Bs.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS
I Actual «ales - Cloning— \ Shares
lOpen|Hlgh|l»w.| Fin. l Bid. I Ariel Bold,
Adams ExpreM., — I — ! — I — 117 125
Albany & Pu»...| — — I — I — 191 i —
•Am C,v F-dry. 134 j 13H 13H 134 ! 13H 14 j 164
•do pref 160 .;,. f>Oh S»H 69 CO 1.690
American C0a1.. 1 — — — — 140 lflO :
Amor Cotton OH I 8014 30V; ■'->•>.» 30>4 30 ' 80% 100
do pref I — — — — «>% 02
Ajnar Diet Tel.. I — — — — 2* SB
Amor Express. .. — — — — l ° IS9
•American loe.. — — — — I 28H 30
•do pref — — — — •'■- 64
•Amer Unseed.. 10 10 9% i»\ Mi 1014 200
•do pref 50H W>H W>» . .'"'. 4'.-H :.'»» 110
•Amer Malting..! I 3 3 I •"• 2^ 3 600
•do pret I — ( — — — 11» 20
•Amer Smelting. I SOU .'i" 1 * 86 ' BBH »5% 35H 2.146
•do pref IS« 88 M SO 85V» >-•.>> 456
American Spirits! — I — — — IS 21-.2 1 -.
Am SU a Wire. 80V •' ; " 1 - 2W4 2»V4 2«H ! 30 2.135
do pref 70% 70 7*7 * W'n «9'^ "^V 70 W0
•Am Steel Hoop 17*. l"V I" 1 - i" 17 !13 200
•do pref I 67 ' 87 I M\k\ ( ' ( >H ! 6rt ' 68 200
•Amer Sugar.... U2%|113% 112% 112* 112% 112% 11,400
Mo pref — — — — 114 lir> —
Am Tel ft Cable] — I — — I — !91 —
•Am Tin Plate. 18Vi : 18% 18 18 IS 19 30 °
•do pref !73 !78 178 78 71 78 100
Amer Tobacco.. MP»fe! h*¥&l MV4 88% 8614 86 8,705
do pr^f ! — I — I — — 129 1.14
•Anaconda I 3S>4l 38^1 BSI4 38H 88% SS% 1.300
Ann Arbor I — I — I — — 16 17
do )•••• f ! 42 ! 42 I 42 I 42 42 42% 110
Atchteon ! 24% 24% 1 24 124 24 24% 2,370
do ref. 1...... I 70 I 70S I <H»Vi 69U WK 69H 12,878
Bait & Ohio ! 73% 74 | 73% 78 - 73'u 73<S, 4.430
An pref j 7P 1 *! 7»Hi TflH 79H 7ft'* 70^ 20
•B'klyn P.ap Tr. I 66 I 56% 81% 51% M 51% BB.OBS
B'klyn t n r.as.l — I — I — — !l«3 168
BrunFwirlt I 6V «m 6^ ! o'*! r.a; 7 100
Buff ): A: Pitt?.! — ! — I — I — I 80 80
do pref. .. . 1 _ ! — I — I — 108 1 108
Bur C R & Xor.l — I — — — 120 126
Oanarta South...! ,<- 4S>il 4R ! 4«H 4P*i\ 49 S7O
Canadian Pacific I S7 I S7 I 86% M» 4 SR^I 87 100
Capital nty 'IT. ! _ : — j — I — 102 I — I
Cenf-al of XJ..! - ! — I — I — 122% 123%
r*hes ft Ohio : 2T. I 25 ! 245 ! 24*4 1 24Hl "^ 720
f-Tilc Kur & Qv..!12.T4'1-!%ll21 I -:i2iai'l2l V4|l22 i 16.213
Chic & I?aM 111. I — I — ! — i — — !87
do pref ! — I — I — I — ■■•..•" ]123^
Chic Gt West... IO14! 10% 10% ! 10% 10% 10% 400
An pref A I 73H 78% 1 78% ".•■- i - 72% 73 100
d.i i.ref B ! 31HI 81UI :■■ 130 130 80% 300
rto deb i mj 182 Iv - !82 I B2 I 82% 100
Ch Ind ft L. ! 19 1 1»H I^'i 1 l SI i! 1R I 18% 800
do ; rvr . I r.iv,' M> MX,! r.l' 5 l .10 I ■'■ ' 100
Ch Mil a si P. iio% 1 110-i!l<)9 l i!10»s i io»% i«*% 10.2^
do pref .. 171 171 ! 171 171 1 170% 171% 135
Chic & Xorthw.iir>3 183 11821 182U I ■■■■-\ 1 152 154 : 200
fhio R 1 &• Pac ! 104% i 105 103% 1034 I08%!103*4l 4.120
C«P.M & 0..t — I — I — 1 — — 117%
do pref ! — I — I — I — 165 inn i
Chio Term Tr. .. it ! 9 19 ! 9 0 111 SSO
do pref .. ' 31%! 81V 31tt 31% 31 38 150
CC C ft St 1... 57 I 67 I f.r>Ul 56 I Wh! 56% 700
do pref ! — I — I — ! — [103% 1106 !
C!ev I. ft "Wheel I — I — I — I — \2O 2S '
rto pref I — I — I — I — <">4 67 I
':•■■■ & Pitts. ...l — I — I — I — 182 — !
Co! C « I D !_)_!_!_ — 1%1
do pref ! — I — I — I — ' — ! 3 !
Col Fuel & Iron! 30 130 130 !30 29% 130 I 12.".
do pref I — ' — ! — — 116 124 '
Col & Soul I — ! — I — — I 6% 6%
do lft pref I — i _!—!_! 41 I 42 I
do 2d Href ' — I — I — I — I 16 ! 17 I
00l & H C0a1... 12 I 12U 11% 11%' II 1 , 12 ! 400
Com Cable ! — i—/] — I — 150 1170 '
Conrol Coal I — I — I — ! — ! 50 I — — —
rnnsol Gas lIS2 |15214152 !IS2 1181 1-2 450
•Cont Tobacco..! 22V 22%' 22%! 22% 22 | 22% l.**!
•do pref .77 i 77 I 77 ! 77 I 75% 77 I 50
Del & Hudson.. 11l ill ! 111 in 110% 112 I 100
Del Lack ft W. . ' 175% ■ 17:.% 175% ! 17ri"i'17."»i 176% 200
Deny &- Rio Or. I — ! — ! — I — ( 16 17
do pref ...... ! 65U1 C5%l «4»»' <">4H! 65 66 20
Dcs M >. Ft n.l — ! — i — ! — I 11% 113 ■ ■
do ref ' — ! — — ! — 195 125%
Kiehth Aye. I — I — ! — I — '375 425 |
Erie '■ 11 I 11 ! 11 I 11 I I" 8 * 11% 200
do Ist pref I 82% 32% 32 I 32 ! 82 I 32%! 800
do 2J pref....: — I — I — ! — I — 18% —
Evanr- ft T 1T..! 44'i 1 44'< ! 44% 44H ' 44 I 45 : 100
do pref ! — i — I — I — I 85% 88
Federal Steel I 30% l 30»i ' -'■'''i I 29»il 29" s ' 30 | 2.930
do j.ref ' fi4'! <S4V «U ' C4'i ! 63% «4%! 410
Gen Klec <^o . . ! — I — ! — I — 127% 128
Glucose Ruic It..' 46 i 46 I 46 ! 46 ! 4«% 47 210
do ref I — I — ; — I — ! '•'■ W> '<
Gt Northern pf. ! 145 146 !14. r . "14« 146% 14S ' 01f>
H R Clafiin ! — I — I — I — 108 109%
Hockini* Valley.! — I — I — 1 — ! 33%| 34 !
do pref I — I — 1 — i — I 68% 65 I
Home.»tal<e — I — I — I — I 70 j 75
Illinois Central.. l lll% 111%' 111 '111 110% 111 1.910
do leased Line' — I — I — I — 11001 100 I — !
Int Paper j 22 I 22 I 21% 21% 21% 22 I 700
do pref ' ft". I 66 I ft 4 ' 64 I -63% 64% 300
•Int Power 25%! 2S%i 2S%i 28% 2«% 2*%! 100
•Tnt Silver — I — I — I — I 2% 4% I
lowa Centra..... 18 I 18 I IS I 18 I 17% 18% . 100
do pref ' -• ' — ! — ! — i 43 I 44 I
Kana & Mich. ..l — f — ! — I — ! 14% 1 1«%
KCP A G I 15% 15% I 15% 15% 15' I 16% I 500
•Kan CASwI — — —■! — — 117 I
•do ; ref w I.. 1 — I — ! — I — !80 3S I
Keok & De 9 M. I — I — ! — I — I •; 4 I
do pref ! — I — I — ! — I 15 li; ' ■
Kr.ick Ice of Chi — I — ' — ; — I 20 ' 85 '
do pref — I — I — 1 — 1 r.o 167 I —
LacleCe Gas I 70 I 70 I 68 I 70 I 67 I 70 ' 400
do pref I — I — I — I — 98 (100
L E & Western. 2K^' 28% 28% 28% IS ' 29 100
do D ref I — I — I — — I 92 95
Lake Shore- J — I — I — — 208%' — I
Lonx Island — I — ! — — I6S !72 I .
Louis & Kaah...l 74% 74" 734! 73% 73% 74 I 1.904
Man Beach ' —"1 — I — | — I 1" | 16 I
Manhattan H1... 85 I 85% 84% l 54% 84% 1 .*4-i;i 1.680
Md Coal pref. . . 1 — 1 — I — ' — I 68 . I 82 I
•Met Street Ry.!147 147 140 1146*41146 146% 1.925
Met WB of C. . ! — ! — ! — I — I 27% ! 28% '
do pref ! — I — I — I — ! 74 f77 !
Mexican Central! 11%! 11% 111*' ll*;i 11' 12 ! 100
Mcx Xat ctf9...l 8% 3% 1 3 I 3 I 3 I 3Vi! 230
Michigan Cent.. 1 — ! — I — ! — 108 I _ I
Minn &St Louis! 46% 46> 4H%! 46% ! 45% 1 4S ! 100
do t ,ref I—"I — " — — s 87.: 90
JISiPSSSM — I — — '< — 119 121 I
do - .-;■ I — I — — — I <;■_• !65 I
Mo Kan & Tex.! 10 I 1" I 10 1 10 i 9% 10 I 2'«>
do prof 129 !29 129 !29 I 29' 29% I 820
Missouri Pacific! 47 I 47%' 4..- ] 40%! 4fAil 4«"i! 8.610
■Mobile & Ohio.. I — — I — ! — I ?.<\ j 89 I
Morris & Ksßex.l — ! — — I — 11^4 'IV.', ■
Xaeh ft Chat....! — I — 1 — ! — I 48 | — I
•Nat Blix-uit — i — I — i — 28 ! 28%
Mo pref .... — ' — I — — . 78% — ; '
•National Lead. — I—l — — ! l* «! 19 ' ■
•do pref _ I — I — ' — ! !•.', | OB '
•National Steel.. l 22 I 22%' 20 I 20%' 20% 22 I l 800
•do pref ! S3^l K1i»l R2 I H2 1 81 1 «2 I ■' l - 1
National Tube...! 42 I 42%! 4114! 4IV 42 I 42%] 680
do pref 1 SS%' K«iil fi.H%! SS%! SS j 80 I 235
New Ont C0a1..! — I —"' —"I — I 83 I 37 !
N V Air Brake.' — I — — I — 127 '130 |
N V Central.. ..!l2SS,!l2S»4'l2RV.'l26%il2''.V. | 127 , 1.460
N T Ch ASt L.l — I —I—l—ll ! 12 i
■lo lnt pref ' — I — I — ! — I 66 ! 78
do 2<l pref . . ! — ! — I — I — !28 iSO I
N V Lack &W. 1 — I — I — — 182 1?..'. '
KTKH4H..II- — — — 1210 [214 '
XV ' tat ft '■'" .1 IRS4 1 IS%! 18% l IS%! 18%! 19 ! 310
Norfolk & We.'t ] 31% l 31 V 30% 1 31 I 31 I 31%' 1.330
flO pref I — ' — ' — I — ! 75 ! 76 I
North American! 14% i 14% 14%! 14% 14% 14%' 100
Northern Pa/Mnc: 49 ! 49 ! 4SV 49 I 454; I 49 I 82,0r,0
do pref 1 70»i! 71 ' 70% 70% 7014! 70% 685
Ohio * Ind Can. ' — ! — 1 — I — 28 - 1 S3 '
Ontario Silver...! — I— ; — • — ' 6% 8
Pacific Coa«t I 49 ' 49 ' 4:. I 49 I ■<'.• I 50 - 100
do Ist pref I — I — I — I — I 82 ! B7 I
do 2d rref „..!— '■ — ! — ! — I 68% l 60 I
Pacific Mail I 26% I 26% : 26% 1 26%! 26 I 261 410
P^r.r. Goal I — I — ' — ! — 420 I — ]
•iv-.r, R R 1126% 127- 126 126% 126% 126% 4.698
Peorla & Hast..! — I — 1 — I _ ! .', I 71
Peo lip- .<;- Ev..l 2 ! 2 ! 2 I 2 ! 2 ' 2% 100
Peo Ga» & C...\ 0. ,%! 0« I 93 i 94% 1 PIV,; 04%! 8.010
Pere Marque tte. — I — I — ! — 22^ 23%!
do pref I _ I — !__ I — M |60 I
OC ASt L. .1 — I — I — I — '66 69 !
do pref I — i— I— — 180 jB3
•P & TV pf rets. !—!—'_! — 1 91 10 1
PFtTV &■ Ch. . . 1 — I— I — I — 118" I — I
do . rtal I — I — ' — I — 'I*2 I —
Pressed Stl Car. I 43%! 43%! 43% I 48% 43 ! 44 SOO
do pr«-f I 73 I 73V 73 I 73%! 71 ' 78 ' 60
Pullman 178 '171 !178 1178 '176 '179 i 60
Quicksilver I — I — ! — I — I 1-- 2% I
rto pref i _'_!_•_■ 8 I 01
Re.-irtir.K I 1« I 16% 16 i jru,;' \*\ ' 16% 800
rto iFt rref . • 67% 57% 66% 187 157 I 57% l 4.100
rto 21 pref I _ I — I — I — ! 27% 128 I — -
■Rens & Sara .. ! — ! —I — I — I WO ]200 !
•v:e : , Iron A Btl <>\ i 9% | 9% I 0% ! 7 I 9%' 32.'.
•do pref I 50% l B0%! 00 I «0 I fiO < 51 I 600
Rio Gr WeeternJ — ' — I — I — ! 60 ! 57%!
do pref I— I— '— I— I— 187%!
Rome .'• ft O g .. _ I _ I — I — 133—1
8t Jos A a 1... — I — I — i — i 5 i 6 i
rtn Ist pref ..I— ! — — — 187 40 I
do 2<l r>ref..._l — I — ' — ! — I 12 I 15 '
6t L, A- Far. Pr. ! — I — I — J — | 9 I (.>* I
-In lFt pref. ... I — ! — ' — ! — ! 66%1 «8%
do 2-1 pref [ 81%' 32 ' 81%1 32 > 81% 82% 700
St L & Scmthw.l — ! — I — | _ I 0 10 I
do pref I 2-j> 22% ' 21Ti! 21%! 21% 1 22%' 810
St Paul A Dul..! — '_'_■_ ! i( 1 _ i .
SloBB-Sh 8 A 1.1 — 1 — I—l—Bo I 21%!
rto pref ' <VU;I «o>4l " -•-. : r ■-. I 69%! «l I Sr*>
Pouthern Pur...' .IIS' 31^1 31 I 31% ISI ! 31%| 2 800
Southern R R...' lOTfcl in^' io%| 10% l mm,] 11 I 100
flo it- r ' 50% t 60%t 50 J 60 ' 49% I 5O I 2,000
Ptand }<■•*<> &Tl — ' — ' — I — ' 4% 1 5 1
Term Coal & 1..! 64 I 64 ' «3Uil «3%! tS%\ 63\4t 1850
Teicß« & Paciflef ]?,%■ 13%' 18% 1 18% 33 ! ]3%l '200
flo Land Trn«t! — I — I — I — ! 13 ' 14 |
Thirrt Aye P. R. till '111 '110 1110 no '111 I 300
To] ft •■ Central! — I — I — | _ I 26 ' —
do nref ! — I — I — I — I 4.*, I — I
Tol Peo & West! — ! — 1 — t — 10! —
Tn Bsk & P...' 11 I 11 '11 Ml ' 50% 11 ' inn
•■lo •'.. . I fllUl «3%t «1%1 <U%l 81% r:i 7 ii 120
I.'nlon Pacific. ., : 49 T «,| no ' 48% I 4 -, 4.814.! 49 I 8 460
do rref ' 71*41 71% l 70%1 70%1 70%) 7<>»il i 632
C B Pmieai ' — ( — I — I — | 4-; | 47 I
•r R Flour &Ml — 1 — ! — I — i % — t
•do pref I — I — • — ! — » _ I 32 I
1' 8 Leather...! 8 ! 8%1 818 I 8 8% 1 2 045
•do pref ' — I — 1 — — I flfjii flr.%!
D S Rubber I 2.',%t :>;^> 26 I 2.', 125 I 26% ' -no
<lo pref ! 04% 1 IM%! 04% 1 04%! 03 I {M | flo
Wabanh ' 7 I 7%' 8441 fl\! 8% 6% f TOO
do pref... ' i 7i 7 , 4 | J7V4 | 17%1 17%) 17 ' 17% 1.000
Wells- Rx. ! — ' — I — ! — r.-,, 127 I -
■n>*t l'n'.on Tel. I 7R%! 78%! 7»u! 78% l 7m«t 7!» 1 lin
•Wheel & L R. . I 8% 1 8% 8 I 8 1 7*l R% 300
•rto lft pref...t — I — I — 1 — 1 47 ' 1 a*,!)
•do 1A pref....( 22', i 12% 22% 1 22% 1 21*JI 22^1 300
Wlsccns-in Cent.' 14 M 4 I 14 I 14 I 13% 14 | 200
do pref !40140 I 40 140 !38 I 39% l T..MI
Total snlcß for th« day 245,061
■• J
MONET AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY RATES— Honey on call. 1% per cent.
Time monay, 3 per cent for sixty days. njC< per
cent for three months. 4 per cent for four months,
and i@i% per cent for six months, on railroad col
lateral. Commercial paper. ;/4'. per cent for three
four and six months for the best names, and above
for names not so well known
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-Market weak. Actual
dosing rates follow:
etertln, .... I"7 *'%,% "^'Wi*
r f". c » ••■■ 8.«% 5.162 6.18%-i-ia
Relchßmarks . . . 05% !<5 5-inQ^H M%
Gullder » 40 3-16 39Ti<a^» 15-10
Bankers' posted rates were:
fitertln. Sixty Demand.
p«t. frMci:::::;;;:;::;:n::;::.T::: «U fi.18%
•?SEW-YO:Et£ miLr'tRIt&TTNE. SUNDAY. ~ StJ^E' 24. '1900.
Antwerp franca -. CIBH ft 'lsu.
Berlin nl'Jiatnarki »*% 83H
Bremen rulchsmarks PS iSIz
Frankfort relchsmarks..... 90 J»"J
Hamburg relch»marli» 65,, Bo^T
Amsterdam guilders 40% 4O*
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— — Com
mercial. 60c discount; bank. $1 premium. San Fran
cisco—Commercial. 10c; bank. 12V£c. Cincinnati—
Between banks. 20c premium; over the counter, 50c
premium. Boston — Chicago— 2o<32Sc, premium.
St. Louis— premium. Savannah— Buying, par;
celling, $1 per $1,000. Charleston— Buying, par; cell
ing. He premium.
FOREIGN MONET MARKET.— money in
London, msfl»i per cent. Oren market discount
rate for short bills, 211-16 per cent, and for long
bills, 2%@2 11-16 per cent. Berlin discount rate.
4 7 per cent. Berlin exchange on London. 30 marks
43H pfennigs. Paris exchange on London. 25 francs
12 centimes. Paris discount rate, 2% per cent.
FOREIGN SECURITIES. — London market
closed. French rentes. 100 francs 30 centimes.
Spanish 4s closed at 70.
THE SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver. 60% c. Mexi
can silver dollars, 47*4 c Bar sliver in London.
27 13-16.1.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 26.80; Lisbon, 39.50;
Buenos Ayres. 129.60; Rome, 6.10.
BONDS AND BANK STOCKS.
1000 Va Fund Debt... 82% 5000 Hock V Ist --108
1000 Adams Ex 4b 103 ' 1000 H & T C Ist 55.. 111%
1000 Am Spirits 65... 05 j 20000 lowa Cent Ist 58.113 1 *
1000 A T & B F Ad] I 6000 L. E & St L Ist
4b 82% Con ft« Rets 65
COO do Gen 48 10OV 1000 Man Con 4s 101
500 do 100% 6000 Mcx Cent Ist Inc. 25%
29000 do 100% o<Oo do 25 I.*1 .*
4000 A & N W Ist fis 98% 10000 Mcx Int Con 4b.. Ms l -;,
9000 Halt & Ohio 3%s 96% 1000 Mid of N 3 15t... 119
16000 do l«% 4000 Mo K& T Ist .... 88
10000 C of a Con 65.. 90*4 1000 do 2& 66' i
5000 do 90% 10000 do 66
4000 Cent Pac Gtd 4s. 99% IOik) M & O Gen 45... 8."i A s
3000 C.v O Gen 4}|>s. 96% J mx» do 85^
2000 do 99% 13000 Nor & W Con 4e. t»6%
l4ot*» do 99 20000 do b2OF. 05%
2000 C B & Q 111 Dlv 10000 Nor Pac Gen 35. . 60%
3%s 104% 5000 do 86%
1000 do 104% 22000 do Prior 4 » 103 :
10000 do 104% 2000 do 103
1000 CM&St PC & 6000 do 108%
PWn 5s 120 ! 1000 do I<*'d
9000 do 120 Hi 1000 do Reg 102%
1000 C A N W Con 78.140 | 17000 Reading Gen 45.. S7=>»
10000 d.> Gen S>-a3 109% 10000 do 87%
10000 C R I & V Gen 4000 9t L. A I lit 45.. 79
4s 107*», 1000 do 79%
10000 C St P M& O 68.132 j 6000 St L Swn Ist 48. 86%
1000 C ■' C & St L 5000 do 86
Gen 4s 94% 15000 do 2d 68%
1000 Col &So let 4*.. 88% 1000 do 65%
8000 Col Mid 2-4 a 77 3000 do f'^'t
6000 do 77' 4 37000 do 5S
4000 do 77% 8000 So P Cal Ist 6»..118»*
12000 <]-> 78 I 9000 South Ry Ist 58..110 V*
10000 do 75% 11000 do IHHa
4.".'««> do 7S^,| 6000 do HO
10000 Erie Ist Prior 4s 89% 6000 T& N O Con 55..104 l i
1000 do 89% I 12000 Union Pac Ist 4s. 105**
2000 do Gen 4b 70% 4000 Wabash 2d 6«. ...100%
1000 do 70% 1 8000 do 100
[ 00 do 70% : 10000 do Deb B 30 i
1000 V. &T H let Con ■ 22000 do SO**
69 125% 10000 do 30 1 *
7000 F & P M Con 65.103 i 6000 West Sh Gtd 45..114\
6000 F \V & R G Ist. 59 l»00 "«' Vn F & R B
5000 G 71 * S A Mcx 4%s 106%
& Pac 5s 99
Total sales of bonds. $648,000.
TIIE WEEK'S BANK CHANGES.
The following- table shows the usual comparative
statement of bank holdings:
June 16. June 23. Changes.
Loans 1809,999.900 5810.025.800 Inc. $25,900
Specie 168,216.100 166,224.200 Dec. 1,991,900
Legal tenders 73,225,200 72.048,300 Dec. 1.176,900
Deposits 895.770.200 890.962.600 Dec. 4,787,600
Circulation 22,968,800 23,083,100 Inc. 66,500
The* following shows the relation between the
total reservo and the total tieposits on the respec
tive dates:
June 16. June 23. Changes.
Specie $l«8.aiH.10O $166,224,200 Dec.51.991,900
Lepral tenders 78.225,200 72,048,800 Dec 1,176,900
Total reserve. .8341,441,800 272.500 Dec. 53, 168,800
Reßer\'e required
against deposits 223,942.550 222,745,650 Dec. 1.196.900
Surplus $17.4'.t.\750 $15,526,850 Dec 51.971.000
The Clearing House statement yesterday was as
I follows: Exchanges, $148,987,425; balances, $8,716,264.
1 For the week: Exchanges. $842,062,268; balances,
$49,580,384, against exchanges last week of $878,370,496
and balances of $49,453,270.
The fallowing are the changes for the corre
sponding weeks of the three preceding years: 1599
—Loans Increased $5,558,200, cash decreased $3,996,
700, deposits Increased $1,234,800, and surplus re
serve decreased $4,306,400; 1898— Loans Increased
$2,282,600, cash Increased $4,576,300. deposits increased
$0.. r .7i,460.i surplus reserve Increased $2,933,400;
L 897 -iA»,i.iL*-iJicrensea $3,130,800, cash Increased $1,
989,501, /I«t>aslts Increased $4,566,400, and surplus re
serve increased $848,200.
The following table shows the bank holdings on
the respective dates:
June 2.'.. '98. June 24, '99. June 23, '00.
Loans $612,309,100 *775,>t5.5,400 $810,02ft,800
Specie 184.106,900 194.0U3.400 166,224,200
Legal t.-nderj 486,300 5ti.943.ti00 72,048.300
Depoe'.ta 7:;7..'.47. 1 909.004,800 8!H),952,600
Circulation 14.666.400 18,586,000 23,033.100
The following shows the relation between the
total reserve and the total deposits on the respec
tive dates:
June 25, '98. June 24, '99. June 23, "00.
Specie $184,106,900 $194,003,400 $166,224,200
Legal tenders 62,486,800 68,945,600 72.048.300
Total reserve (246,593,200 $252,949,000 272 800
Reserve required
aralnst deposits... 184,380. 960 227,254,200 222,745,660
Surplus ?62.206,250 $25,697,800 $15,526 850
Percentage 32.4 27.8 26.7
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
Washington. June 23.— The condition of the Treas
ury divisions of Issue and redemption at the be
ginning of business to-day was as follows:
RESERVE FUND.
Gold coin and bullion $150,000,000
TRUST FUNDS— DIVISION OF REDEMPTION.
Gold coin $228.688, 179
Silver dollars 415 SOS 000
Silver dollars of 1890 .".' « 2 0 ■ '.'.7
Silver bullion of 1890 "■ 70 076443
United States notes s',B3o'o>lO
Total .$725,173,170
DIVISION OF ISSUE.
Gold certificates outstanding $225,638 179
Silver certificates outstanding 415 809' 000
Treasury notes outstandlnsr 76,'8f«7 "i m 0
Currency certificates outgtandlng ..,.. 8.830.000
T"^ ..$725,173,179
GENERAL FUND.
Gold coin and bullion $40,949 67"
Gold certificates 2«,995!970
Sliver coin and bullion , 7 627 503
Silver certificates 6i485!197
United States notes _ 23 973 981
Other apsetß 15.134.5M9
Total In Treasury $121 liV 212
Deposits In Naticnal banks „ 106,807,877
Total ,„ m $226,975,589
Current liabilities 77[17.v:i0i
Available cash balance $149,800,288
»
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
I Open- I High- 1 Low- I Clo»- I "
I ing. I est. 1 est. ] Ing. ) Sales.
Am Steel &W. I 80% ; 30% 29% 29% I 630
do preferred. . 70 70 70 70 60
Am Sugar Ref. ili-H 113% 112% 113 ! 12 240
Am Tobacco... 86% 86% | 85% 86 I 340
AtTop&SF.. 24"» 24Vi 24Vi 24% 80
do preferred.. 70 ! 70* ; CO* 69% 2,960
Bait & 0b10.... 73% 73? 73% 73* 400
Brooklyn n T. . 56% 60% 51 ■ 52 17 540
Ches & 0hi0... 24% 24% 24% 24% ' 30
Chi Bur & Qy. 123% 123% 121% 121% | 8,44©
Chi Mil &StP. i 110% 110% 109% io»% 4 750
Chi BI & Pao. 104% 104% 103% 103% tide.
Cont Tobacco.. | 22* 22% 22* 22% 50
Catalpa 12 , .12 .12 .12 100
Cripple Cat Con. .14 .14 .14 .14 1000
Federal Steel... 30% 30% 29% 30 870
do preferred.. 04 : 64 63% 63% Si)
Isabella I 1.25 I 1.25 j 1.25 1.25 i 100
Louis & Nash.. 74% 74% | 74 I 74% 810
Manhattan 85 85>* ha% 84% 360
Mexican Central 2% ' 2% 2% 2% 6i>
Mo Pacific 47 47* 4«% 4<lH 1,180
Norf & West.. 31 H ! 31 HJ 30% I 30% CO
Northern Pac... 4i* ' 4fi% 4>*%i 49% 4 9*o
Pacific Mall 2rt% I 26% 26% 26% '10
People's Gas... 95* 1 ltf. 7 *i 88% IM% 4 330
Heading 18% 1«% l«% i«% '140
do Ist pref.. 57 1 67% • f.fl% 57& 1260
Savage 17 .17 , .17 | .17 600
Southern Pac..| 31% 81% 80%) 81 220
Standard J 3.50 J 3.50 i 3.50 ■ 3.60 50
Southern Ry...l 10% j 10% 10% ■ 10% 20
Term C & I. . . . I 64 ' 64% 88% 63% 130
Union Pacific... 4!'*« 49% 48% 4I»H 2.080
do preferred..! 70% 71 70% 71 40
D B Leather... 8 8% 8 8 4tV)
•vVabash pref... 17% 17% 17% 17% 40
Work . ....I .30 | .30 1 .80 | .30 800
Total sales 61,940
BONDS. "
' Open- I HlKh-| Low- I Clo»-~i
I Ing. 1 est. I cat. I ing. ) Bale*.
Cent Pac 4b.... 99% 90% 90% I m% ~s2 ootj
MOK4TM.. 86 : mi (VI I 86 1 000
Wabash deb B. 80% | 80% ion | 80% | i2.«iu>
Total kult-a ' $15,000
WHEAT.
I Open- I Hlth-| Low- I Clo»- I* Sales.
____^ I ins- I e«t. I e«t. I ing. | bUih.
July option I 86*1 88*! 53%1 «T~i 716 000
Auirust option.. l 87 J 87% j 88% j 87%) eCooo
FOREIGN COMMERCE.
IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE AT NEW- YORK.
Week ending Juno 28— 1808. 1«W. 19O °-,-
Prygr>o<3« $1,137,421 11.303.431 $1,54e.<1«
Oeneral merchandise.. 6.120.596 6.048.750 7.9»4.8»i
Totals $7,208,017 $7,851,181 f9.141.080
D££J O di anUary . 17..1 7.. '.$47,854,487 $51,250,387 WJ.OTJ.jgJ
General nvrchaidise..l67.677.2ort 203.755.508 209,416,034
Totals $215.231. «»3 $2r8.005.«» $271,391,432
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE FROM NEW YORK
Week ending June 10. $237. 4 15. 808 $218,920,507 f281.490.812
EXPORTS OF SPECIE.
Forthew«k- $ 8 .825.05S **.201.737
SUver V. .V..V.......... 0l«:27« 768.806 1.105.570
Tota.l. $1,036,301 $7.1W>.7»3 $5,307,607
From January 1- flftO2O . m $27,442,008
miver ■;::::::.:.'.'.'.■.■" Ssanim _g.w>i.«»o 0.458,T64
Totals .$25,455,037 "713.S > 12.054 $50,930,832
IMPORTS OF SPECIE.
For the week— «„ Olg $10,025
g£~!^:::::: »S __« _^
Total. ... $160,863 $172,608 $33,657
o£ m . J^ U^.^ ::;^m ? 14 JT^ J}^
9l T oTals' ' '""'.'. .- !..:$70|m768 $9.642.468 $3,187,578
WALL STREET AXD EXCHANGES.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES market-^
dull and heavy. Standard Oil closed .62^^.
against 5203*30 on Friday. Last prices , of other
prominent ..sues were: Havana C^^ TC^'^
preferred 86088; Baking Powder. 88V*«90. Bay State
Gas ,Wlh;, W lh; Markeen Copper. 4VVS* Amalgamated
Copper. 94^««H; Amsterdam Gas. 2^@2s^ pre
ferred ' a4^; Rubber Goods. 23^24; preferred.
5 Distilling of America. «4©4%; preferred.
«>;«»;" Storage Power. 15@17; General Carriage.
; V,?6- New-York Transportation. 6V4@7.
BANK DIVIDENDS.-The Central National Bank
has declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent,
the Chatham National Bank has declared a quar
terly dividend of 4 per cent, the Importers and
Traders' National Bank has declared a dividend
of 10 per cent, the State Bank has declared a divi
dend of 5 per cert, the Hamilton Bank has declared
a dividend of 3 per cent, the Bank of America has
declared a semi-annual dividend of 7 per cent, the
People's Bank has declared a semi-annual dividend
of 5 per cent, the National Bank of Commerce has
declared a semi-annual dividend of 4 per cent, the
Mercantile National Bank has declared a dividend
of 3 per cent, and the First National Bank of Pater
son. N. J.. has declared a semi-annual dividend of
6 per cent. All dividends are payable on July 2.
The Irving Savings Institution has declared inter
est at 4 per cent per annum, payable July 16 on
sums on deposit during the three and six months
ending June 30.
MICHIGAN-PENINSULAR CAR DIVIDEND.-
The Michigan-Peninsular Car Company has de
clared a final dividend of $555,000. being 111-10 per
cent, covering all moneys now in the hands of the
company after payment of all Its debts and lia
bilities, applying upon the dividends accumulated
and unpaid on the preferred stock of the com
pany, payable June 29.
BUYERS AND SELLERS.
The principal buyers and sellers in yesterday's
market were: St. Paul— Traders bought. Brooklyn
Rapid Transit— Cordova. Day & Heaton bought;
Street & Norton sold. Northern Pacific preferred—
J. R. Wiliiston and Halsted & Hodges bought; J.
M. Shaw sold. Anaconda— H. Clews sold. Brook
lyn Rapid Transit— C. M, Dodge sold 1,000. Reading
first preferred— Tilghman, Rowland & Co. bought;
A. H. Combs sold. Northern Pacific— Halsted &
Hodges bought 8.000; H. Nicholas bought. Sugar—
Oelrichs & Co. bought 1,000. Brooklyn Rapid
Transit— W. Savin (1,000), R. H. Thomas, Henry
Brothers and K. R. Chapman (1.000) bought; Stern
burger, Palmer. J. H. Griesel. Henry Brothers
(2,000), H. I. Judson, C. Dodge and J. J. Manning
sold. St. Paul— C. K. Chapin and Mendham
bought; Grorsbeck and S. V. White sold. American
Tobacco— & Flagg bought; Scheftel sold.
Northern Pacific— D. Porter bought; F. W. Savin
and Housman (2.0<i0) sold. American Tobacco —
Minzeshelmer bought; Ailing & Becor (1.000) and J.
S. Bache sold. National Steel— Worrill and J. Wal
lace bought; selling scattering.
FOREIGN KX<'HAN<:i: CONDITIONS.
An authority on the foreign exchange market
s;iy.^:
Sin-e th.' supply <<( commercial bills is as small
as at present we eaniibt account for such a -
In exchange at the end ol June, when there is al
ways an Increased demand for exchange in pay
; July coupons and dividends on stocks and
bonds held in Europe. That the demand does •■xi.-<t
is shown by the fact that 14.100,000 in gold was
shipped abroad during tli.* week. How this could
be done >viih exchange at present figures we can
not understand or explain. It is true that the
$4,100,000 was shipped before exchange had reached
the lowest figures of the week, viz.. 13.000.000 by
Tuesday's steamer to Germany and 0.100,000 by
Thursday's steamer to Prance. At present figures
It seems Impossible to continue these shipments.
\\v are informed that many remittances against
July coupons and dividt nds have already been
mad<'. and it is therefore doubtful if a recovery in
• ■x'''".'!!^' 1 will occur this year, such as generally
toward July 1 and January 1 of each year,
as a consequence of requirements for remittance
i coupons and dividends due on these dates.
In that case our cold shipments would now close
with a total of 08.000.000 for the year 1900.
GENERAL ELECTRIC STOCK ISST'E.
A special meeting of the General Electric Com
pany has been called for July 17. in Schenectady.
for the purpose of voting on a proposition to In
crease the company's capital common stock by
$4,415,000. The new issue will bo used to retlr« all
th« $f>.2!>8.000 outstanding debenture bonds. In June,
1892. "the company issued $li\nr,o.nno thirty year 5 per
cent debenture bonds, on each of which was In
dorsed an agreement providing for their retirement
in a stock issue, such issue to be made at the rate
of on* new share for each $120 represented in the
principal of tho debenture. The company has pur
chased and canrc-llerf from time to time $4,702,000 of
these debenture bonds, lea.vingr outstanding at the
present time $5 29R.000.
NEW RAILROAD EQUIPMENT.
"The Railroad Gazette" says:
The American Car and Foundry Company has
received an order for 2CO mine cars. The Baltimore
and Ohio, it is again rumored. Is about to place
an order for 5.000 freight cars. The Buffalo, Roches
ter and Pittsburg is having two passenger ears
built. The Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern
is having four passenger cars built. The Rio
Grande Western has ordered from the Pressed
Steel Car Company fifty steel coal ears. The Pltts
burp. Shawmut and Northern is asking bids on 500
hopper bottom coal carp. The Shre-veport and Red
River has placed an order with the American Car
and Foundry Company for thirty-flve box and six
ty-five flat cars. The Allison Manufacturing Com
pany, it is reported, has received an order for lf>o
freight cars to be shipped to the Argentine Repub
lic. The American Refrigerator Transit Company,
we are officially Informed, la not having 400 refrig
erator cars built by the American Car and Foundry
Company, as noted in a recent issue. The Great
Northern of Canada has ordered six passenger
coaches, one combination car. one private car. 100
box cars and fUty gondola cars. Th« New-York,
Ontario and Western Is having three, engines built.
The Mexican National is having two engines built.
The Pere Marquette Is having two locomotives
built. The Jalapa Railway and Power Company is
having one locomotlvo built. Th« Great Northern
of Canada has ordered sev»n ten wheel locomo
tives.
CLBARINOS AND RAILWAY EARNINGS.
Bank clearings as compiled by "Bradstreefs"
show for the week a slight Increase, aggregating
$1,498,000,000, an Increase of 3 per cent on the pre
ceding week, but a decrease of 7.4 per cent from
this week a year ago. while 30 per cent larger than
in th» same wwk of 1898. Outside of Ne-w-Tork
clearings are 2 per cent larger than last week and
last yenr. Failures for the week number 198, com
pared with ISO lapt week, 139 In this week a year
ago, 220 in 1898, 215 In 1897 and 21S In UK Current
railway earnings are of exceptionally large volume.
For the second week of June, for Instance, sixty
roads report gross earnings of $8,687,n0ft an Increase
of 12 per cent over the corresponding week a year
ago. For the month of April 125 roads report gn>!»s
receipts of $79,232,884 and net receipts of $22,«88,536.
gains of 13. S and VU per cnt, respectively.
BOSTON STOCKS.
(FurnUhed by R. L. Duy A Co.. No. 1 Broad-at.)
Yesterday. To-day. ' Ye»terday.To-day.
A T 4 8 F com. 2«i M AtchUon 4a 1(» 100
do prff Hj% ami New-England 110 V. 110
Am Ball Tel 3c«> 800 Old Don Mm*.. lrtv» 16
Am S H CbeonLllM 1124 Atlantic ...... 22 22
■i > pref 11.-H, 11V, 11-.il A Mont ...Kfl SBS
Boat & A1bany.. 2415 242 ltutte A Do«t ... .«3 «3
ll""i * Me c0m. 192 192 <'*: A Hecla 722 72.%
• •hie Bur & Qy.123 121% Centennial 16 184
Klt.-h»>ur»f Rd pf.m 133 Franklin 12H 12\,
Gen Bt«e oom.. 12M 12714 Osceola .... S9Vi <*>
'!• pref |M 137 Qulncy 134 134
Mexican C«it...lUV4 IHVi Tamarack 17.8 171
Old Colony 205 *«> . Wolverine* 3«>j 37
L 8 Rubber com 2 1 24 1 Boatoa Elev 135 IM
tJnton Pac com. 4»H — Area.llan 18 17%
TiVe«t End com.. 03 08 I Wyandott* 1% Hi
_0« Pref. 11l 112 Alloue. 1 1
weat El»o com. 44 44 | Dominion C 0*1... 88 r?H
OUTSIDE SECURITIES'.
ACTIVE ISSUES.
Bid. Asked. I Bid- Asked
Am*l* Copper... 84V4 wy. 11l El Veh Tr Co. % 1«4
Am As Chem... 20 21 4; Int Pump 1« »
do pref 72 73 (Jo pref «2 64
Am Com Air Co. 27 82 ! Man L * H — »
Am Bicycle 5 7 j Markeen Copper.. 4V4 «
do pref — 34 I Nat E* S com. 20 24
do $■ — 7» 1 do pref 7* »l
American Chicle 82 .15 Nat Gramophone. 35 44
do pref 72 78 . Nat Salt < "...... ■ *>
Am Ginning Co. 2t> 22 1 do pref. ...... 63 m
Am Woollen Co. 14 l*W N>w-Kn El Tr. 3-4 3H
do pref 71 72 New-En* QA C. M »»
Arizona Lead... 13 14% New-En«: Gas .'.». 64 <>«
As Co of Am... 8 » NTEI VTr Co. «H iH
li.iv State <}»».. 1% lUlOtls Elevator 27 2S
Brit Col Copper. P4 10 do pref 88M '■"<
Cal Copper 1 li Prismatic I.tffht.. 2 3
Chic 4AI nubs. 1024 103 m Royal Bak P pf. 88* »>
do as 93 94 Rub Goods C 0... 23 24
Chic & Alton.. 2S 32 | do pref 714 '<■!;»
do pref 67 72 ]StL.St Ry «5. . . 84 * JMJfc
do 3'*s w 1... 88 94 I do common . ... 2<» -1
CEU A E CO. 7% BV4 do pref 88 -W
Con Rub T Co.. 6 8 SBALIt nub«.l<u% I<>*
do pref. ... 32 W I do loan ctlb....ffl IS
Pis Co of Am.. 4>4 4%; do 4s w I 8l» 84
do pref 1»U 10 do common wI. 8 l">'i
Electric 80at... 14 1* do pref w 1... 27 2N
do pref 32 38 : Standard Oil 520 MB
Electric Vehicle. 1* 22 Storage Power... IS 17
do pref — 65 Tel Tel &Cof A 4H •*>
Elec Pneu Tr. . . 24 3 Term Copper 12 14
Empire State 9. 68 68V4 T'nlon Copper ... S.i -'1
do Ist 6s 08 9SV4 Union Steel AC— 27
Empire Steel.... — 10 | do pref — 7<>
do pref 82 38 ÜBC I P C 0... 4V, 5V4
Flem Coal A C. 23 27 do pref 3.x 40
Gen Carriage Co 5 6 I' >■» Pneu HC. 1-16 %
Havana Com. . . 7 7% W & I, IC4l«l 87 00
do pref 33 33
INACTIVE ISSUES.
Bid. Asked. Bid. A'k-J
Am Bk Note.... 48 81 Int Silver ts... — M
Am Hide A L... — 31 Iron Steamboat.. 14 2«4
do pref — 68 do Ist 6s 43 ■'•)
Am Soda Fount. — 8 Lorlllard pref 100 101
do m pref... — 43 Mich P C Ist 55. 114 11*
do 2d pref » 10 Merpenthaler ....IS.I I*s
Am Typefound.. 52 CS NY& X J TeL.lftu 170
Barney & S Car 12 16 Pitts B A L E.. IS tt%
do pref 100 103 Procter A Gam. .420 —
da Ist 6s 107 110 do pref 108 —
Black Durh T. . 12 20 Pratt & Whitney. 3>4 5
Celluloid Co ©5 100 do pref 88 ".
Cen Fireworks.. 15 18 ?y CHA t. C 0. .110 OB
do pref 55 60 Slnjrer Mfir C 0.. .623 —
Con Firewks pf. 65 75 Swift A Co 101 10.1
Claflln Co Ist pf.lol 108 do Ist 6s MM 10-3
do 2d pref 101 103 Trenton Potteries 3 8
Cramps* S A E. 75 88 do pref .'•" 53
Gen Chemical... 58 «3 Trow Directory. •• •"•" '"
do pref 94 100 ! Union Typewriter 28 2S
Heck .1 Ist pf. 92 07 , do Ist prof 110 113
Herring: HM ..5 10 | do 2<J pref 117 111*
■* do pref 11 15 | Unit Trac A El.. 10ft 111
Hudson R Te1. .116 12^> do Bs 1134 1144
In- Silver pf.... 34 3*l?
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Ask»d.
Brooklyn Ferry. 18 20 . N V AE R 6fi 67
do 5s 8514 "»•>}» do Ist 3s 00 H3
Hoboken Ferry. >'<■> 71 Tenth A 23d St.. — 01
do Ist 5s 110 111 ' do Bonds 105 107
do Cond 5s 01 02 ' Union Ferry 31 M
Met Ferry 55... 103 111 | do Ist 5s 06 1«*
GAS COMPANIES.
NEW-YORK.
Bid. Askea. | Bid. Asked.
•Cen Un G 55.. 107 — I•NAm (1 Ist 55.103U 104
•Con Deb 5». . .110 — NY AE R Ist 5i>. 11l 113
•Eqult Ist C ss. 115 117 | do Con 5s 105 10S
Mutual 3/*1 310 Standard com. 125 —
New Am Gas... 24% 25U do pref 145 —
do pref 4SVi 46% ! Mo Ist 5s 115 117 ,
OTHER CITIES.
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asksd.
•Bait Consol 81 62 : Ind Gas Ist 65... 100 101 >»
do Ist 5s In 7' 3 MB 'X C G Co 55... 88 102
Buffalo G Stk.. 4 •'• Laf Gas Ist «s.. *> —
•do 5a MM B7 L& W v Ist Hi. 5.4 62
Chic Con Ist ss. 103 1"." Mad (Wls) Gas.. 70 75
th E c, L & F «do Ist 6s 103 180
Ist 6s 104 106 N Eng G A Coke 13'» 1*
Chic P G A C 'do 53 64 «5&
Ist 6s 103 107 New G Con ss. .100 104
do 21 6s 10.V.4 106 0 A I M I Con
do Con dm 121 128 Gas Co 26 31
•C P G ref 55.. 104 107 ;o A Ind Gas tts. ,V» «0
•c.lum Gas ss. 103% 16« Pitts C Gas 5a..1<»» 11-
Con Gas of NJ. 18 IS Sa: CHA L. C 0.112 l-" |
•do 5s SO 83 S*. Joseph Gas... 30 33
Denver Gas 21 22% «do 5s 02 »4 |
do 5s 02 <«. ISt Paul Gas 50 —
Det Inc 5s !«1 1"" *do Consol 55.. 77 SO
Ft w Ist 6s '>!> >■.-' Syracuse Gas.... 12*4 lt%
•Gr Rapids Gas.loo 104 »do Ist 5s 87 90
Mo Ist 55....1U3 105 Western Gau.... »2 »4
! X & I G Ist 6s 584 6" do 5s 103 —
(ndianap Gas... 90 05 I
•And Interest.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall-st.)
I Dividend. J
Name. Capital. when Bid. ■ Ask -d.
payable. |
America $1,600,000 14 J. A J. I 440 470
American Exch... 5,000.000 7M.A X. 193 , 193
Asi r National.... 350.0U0 ; 500 —
Bowery 250,000 12 J. A J. 255 800
Broadway 1,000.000 12 J. AJ. | 240 ' 230
Butch?rß A Drov. 300.000 6J.A J. ; 90 ! —
Central 1.000.000 BJ. AJ. 1 175 I 183
Chase 1.000.000 12 J. A J. 525 —
Chatham 450.0U0 lrt Quar. J. I 300 810
; Chemical 300.000 150 81-m. J. 3,050 4,060
Citizens* 600,0001 7J. AJ. 145 153
City 10.000.000 6M.& N. 330 843
Commerce 10.000.000 SJ. A J. 270 ; 2SO
Colonial 100.000 275 ! —
Columbia 3iiO.tM«> 8 J. A J. 185 —
Continental 1.000.000 6J. AJ. 133 I 143
Corn Kx.hanire... 1. 400.000 12 F. A A. 345 355
Domestic Exch... 278. 620 100 i 103
East River 250.0 i« BJ.A J. 140 I 150
Eleventh Ward... 100,000 8 J. & J. 150 —
First National.... 500.(100 100 Quar. J. 3,400 —
Fifth National ... 200.000 12 J. A J. 225 —
Fifth Avenue 100.000 100 Quar. J. 2,400 2.000
Fourth National.. I 3.000.000 7 J. A J. 170 174
Fourteenth Street 100.000 6 M. A X. 143 165
Gallatin 1,000.000 12 A. A O. 400 —
Gansevoort 200.000] 60 — I
Garneld 300.0001 40 Quar. M. 1.700 — j
German Amer. .. 75»,ik»> «F. A A. ■ 120 ! —
German Exch 200.000 12 May. 240 —
Germania 200.000 10 M. A N. 323 —
Greenwich 200.000 6 M. A N. Ifis —
Hamilton 200.000 6 J. A J. 145 —
Hanover (new)... l,Otx>,ooo| 10 J. A J. 425 —
Hide & Leather.. 500.0001 120 • —
Importers A Trad 1, 500,000 20 J. A J 615 ! 330
Irving I 500.000 BJ.A J. ISO f UN
Leather Manuf.. . 600,000 10 J A J. 210 —
Liberty 500.000 310 1 —
Lincoln ' 300.000 18 Quar. F. 775 ' 925
Manhattan Co 2.050.000 10 F. A A. 265 2>»O
Market & Fulton. 900,000 10 J. A J. 220 230
Metropolis 300.000 12 J. A D. 525 —
Mechanics" 2.000.000 > j AJ. 200 210
Mechanics 4 Tr.. 400.000 95 ' MO
Mercantile 1.000.0001 6J. A J. 1&4 —
Merchants* 2.000.000 7J.A J. 170 ISO
Merchants* Exch. 600.000 6 J. A J. 120 —
Mount Morris 250.000 190 _
Mutual 200.000 140 _
Nassau 500,000; BM. ft X. 160 —
New-Amsterdam. 250,0n0 3 j 650
N V X B A 2,000.000 10 J. A J 250 —
X V County 200.000 50 J. ft J. !l,5"0 —
N V Nat Exch... 300.000 | n7
Nineteenth, Ward. ; 100,000; I 100
Ninth : 750.000 4J.A J. ■ 80 ! —
North America. ..l 1.000.000 6J.A J. 200
Oriental I 300,000; 10 J. AJ. 100 200
Pacific ' 422.700 8 Quar. F. ISO —
Park 2,000,000 12 J. A J. — 430
People's 200.000 10 J. A J. 220 —
PhenU 1.000.000 6J.A J. 100 110
Plaza 100,000 I 473 I —
Produce Exch.... 1.000.000 6A,A O. 125 : 130
Republic 1,500,000 BJ.A J. ' 215 225
Riverside 100,000 8 J. A J. 210 —
Seaboard 500.000 BJ.A J. 206 ' —
Second 300.000 12 J. A J. 808 —
6eventh M 800,000 6J.A J. I 180 —
Shoe A Leather— 1.000.000 4 Quar. J. ! 102 108
State of X T 1.200.000 6M. AX I 135 ' —
State 100.000 6J.A J. 300 —
Twelfth Ward ! 200.000 6J. ft J _ 115
Twenty-third Wd 100.000 6F. A A ! 100 _
Union Square.... 200.000 6J. A D i 210 —
Western 2.100.000 ' 4"0 430
West Side ...>... 200.000 12 J A J > 873 —
Yorkvllle 100.000 ; 0250 25 j _
FTATFIfF\T OF THF ASSOCIATED BASKS I\ DETAIL.
I I Nat 1 11 r I
_ Banks. I Capital. I profits. I loans. [ Specie. 1 Lewis. J Deposits, j Clrcu'.atJoa,
Bank of X. V Watt Bk«. Assoc/n.j $2.000.000 1 $2,067,800 | $14,073,000 *3.321.tX*), *1 239.000 $U 713 OiO, $*J.SB»
Bank of the Manhattan Company.. 2.O6tU«X> j 2.208.600 "■■!-;: i*»> 4 Cm> ixk> ■ «i»n w ! VT —
Merchants" National i 2.0uO.O0o! i,22rt.GiX> 13.i3rt«X*>! 2.01*1. :«■». lWrtrt I*O7?4.»). .
Mechanics' National 2.000.000 2.20 V.600 i 11. 8U4.0«^ i2151,,T0: "^.Yiio n'v.Vi>i»>: — -
Bank of America 1.500.0001 3.011.100 22. 72i!..VH>; 4.547 7ih> 1 <*"Vi>o ";,<>> 4 ,,. — ■
Phenix National 1.000.000 21*4.900 4.481 1.063.'wt> i33«x» ~4 51"Ymo 59.900
National City .... 10.000.000 8.420.6D0; «> t h34.S«»>i 23. 1 lIUHX) 5.4.W «.«» 11:! l.V» "\.. -»-*«>
Chemical National 300.000| 4 7 50. 300 USBO.BOO 4.4NJ.«!0i itt'Sim. } >4»<>\'£>*> — —
Merchants' Exchange National 600.0001 218.200 -i.S3s.lt>) Ml lint! '5. ,>,,» J lufijooi 32.T00
Gallatln National 1.0u0.000 1.840. 300 f*.4»2..N»» OT^WO OO&SOO TfrtlUW «*»*•
National Butchers and Drovers'... 300.000 f 88,900 079.400 SSI COO KLTOO liMtTOrt *44.'7f»
Mechanics an.l Traders- 4<*i,oo.>' 11 4. .son! 2.24i>!000 22x!m>. 1 "-V.,*) •> 44-Vh>. -—
Greenwich 200. OUO' 178..10U BM4 700 luO SCO Tf.M .«> ""'hi-ix.
Leather Manufacturer*' National.. 600.000] 500400 3,722.600] 7S'»\m,> "i*'v>« ~ ''~~~n,t 4"0 *»
Seventh National.. ... 300.000 215.*>0 :>. ' ■»•; :.«. 7>V_-.»» N^TiKi: +t«"|V^,^> &*.*»
Bank of the State of New -York... 1.200 000 > 536,600' 4 :*-2O I<V ""s too >u r rtoo -T^V^on - -
American Exchange National 5,000.000 i 3. 106.100 25.: t,. :~: ~ ... I.SIAOOO ao&OOO 4.7*3008
National Bank of Commerce 10.iho.ihn) is r.71 n»> •Bad SJgd lIH *?S£
National Eroadway 1.000.000 1.872. %m %S*SB 2:^ *§§ "SSsSS
Mercantile National 1, »,.,.,. l.ao«.3iin ::, ■ ; ,
Pacific 4:12 70.. 4V ■
National Pank of the Republic :::: 1.900.000 '-lass! :^M-B8 »•&•£» ; 4S : : *• JOt
Chatham National 4."« m...> »>m»v 'V.'TC ■•»•
People * 200.000 323.200J 1 HM>>ooi 187701 V fi-i'-«.!Ii «-««.•»>' L—
National Bank of North America.. 1.000.0n0j 640.200! l.- N 325.'.000J 2 ST.Vs,«,i I OrVJOO 13 145.000 549.9W
RJK-^r'.v.v.v:::::::::::: 1.000.000 2.»73.«1>«. ?2Sd fii ggg ?S 'ffiS
Irving National 500.000 444.1 M. 4i:,»,»
National Cittien's *■.>.>.•■. 405.100 8,186.400
Naa»«u 900.000! •-T4 vx> 2.3»i>'.4o<>
Market and Fulton National 000.000 I.OMIMK ! 6 «1« 7ooi t iii>'-ti«i- I-"- -CC» s'lmu) 1 ajta
National Shoe and Leather I ».on>.' ... 1;.; . 1 SttSwo -.^I.H WT«S tttlWO '"*& 00*
Corn Eieh«nje i 1.400.000 I.B».>.in<> i 2l.is>».3o«>' 3 3.sVnu>! »=• jMI -l-r V : { J.
1 ntlnantal National , 1.000.U00 307.300 4-Ht.-
Oriental 1 ;i,«> <<«, 408.300 ' 1 ■.>.••' ".u> 1 "13«M»|i 417 Sut' «'*«»> i\n> ' _
Importers and Traders* National.. . 1.500.001 l 6.C3,h.Soi> ' 25«3i tKn>' -s 4»u.',vx-, 1 "■'i'u-i) -wi' ,;,: <rr4OD
National Park .... 2.000.000 3. 440.700 ■i : .... awMW: jTwi" > • s^*7* «*»' -••>
Ka.t River National 250.«>0 l.V»l<»>' 1 224 OX> liV'jx. nVI i ;i; i 'i.i VmXJO
Fourth National 8.00».000 M7MOO [Z^MftMO 4 St!. C ■ tM fsltstwS EH
Central National ... 544.50O 1 12.04V0001 ISMOOO LimOM lUaLWO *>t«»
Second Nat o:-al | B^.oool 815.500 » «,t,C«, I.'tmJow "X »3?{' W 59
Ninth National j 790.000 1*2.000 2. 237 r»K> 'sit'om Sffl •amva 4*TOO
First National ..... SOV.ono' o.llc 3.myS»! isozSS I f&^\ &sn%&\ MM
New-York National Exchange. . 800.000 HO.xxi •.• IH7 :«»i " •„, ■ •<>
G^n^n^r^!^:::;;:: gffl SSs'l^S S iilliS
Newark < .Minty Nation*) 200.000 433 •
German American 750 oi»> KV> 1..»
Owa* National .::::::::::::::::::; *-SSSSK tSJSK iSSI 8 18 4Si
Fifth Avenue
'■«™n Kxchan«e 200 000 Al4 TOO
Germanta •_-.. ..
Lincoln National BO.X«irtl 88T.000 lrt rift^v • - I?u ml'bm i* -s"^ 197«5
Oarfteld National a*,.*, 1.0 M.*« h . .
a^r-Me^poH.:::::::::::: SK
flSffi
Klr.t National. Brooklyn SOi>.rt»l 51.VS.M ' 4 ?£, ,W fIH^S 53
s™™°'E:;; 11 II || ii I| |H S
gJßfc'iigvd £5^ ate; ligg gg lg: §gg g
"^^ : l*T2^=2.Toows3.43o.*x)|A a 0.0c3,a00| i64.j24.200! $72.o«.aoo!SB<w>ss.eooi «a.oai«>
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES. '
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. So. 3 W»li-«t.,
Nam*. Capital. I Dividend, J BWt ' .-. -
when I BJ4. *.w^.
payable. | J*«W
Atlantic Ui.ono.Mm; ■ \~m ■JT
\m»r Surety Co.. I 2.50n.fi00| % Qtiar. J. 170
B<l A Mt« Or Co. l.mtt.f*^, 8 (Juar. f. 2W) a^!
Hanker. 1 I.WXt.Ooo | _ ; *£>
Brooklyn I.of*».ocX> 1« Quar. J. | 410 SJ
Central 1.00«.00Oi R0 Quar. J. |2.<**> ,*;c
Crn It Brt *T Co l.MVi.rtiO .... *2»
City 1.0OO.0<»; j — ! f£»
C«ntin»ntal I :**>.(**) « Qiar. J. j 373 ' _
Colonial ..! t.MV>n»O 10 J. &J. | 333 _
Farmers* L. & Tr. j l.MJ«U)00; 30 Quar. F. 11.400 _
Fifth Aye Tr Co.! E/m.i'OO 1 42s
Flathnsh .. I 1 ;.■-. _
Franklin . 1. 000. too J 10 Quar. J. 1 275 3i»
Or-Am Real E»t .VlO.OiiO: 23 »>
Guaranty Tr Co. . i 2.'--"<».'«> i K. Quar. J. •■. .. •?.
Hamilton 300.000] » Quar. F. 2*3 *~
Kings County .•>*>.(*» 1"> Quar. F. sv> "
Knlrkerborker ... l,«>0.fi00! 7 .1. AJ. i.. _
lawyers' Surety..! KftOOO SJ. &D. «J jm
Lawyers* T.v Ins' l.'»>M>-*.j gF. & A. l«o . .73
l^inn I»l L4T..1 .VK».o<iO; 10 Quar. J. TA \ _.
Manhattan ! 1.000.00f> SJ. & J ) 3.-1O I _
Manufacturers* ..) SO.fittl W Quar. J. ! 3110 I 3"ft
Mercantile j 2.'xx"Un»! 2i» Quar. J. | »n> I ,
"ifirton [ l.'xio.iiJO' ' 4-n) ' *rft
Metropolitan I 1.000.0001 !f> .f. &J. ! 4io «rt
Nafl Surety Co. .1 SOO.OOO 10 F. &A. I VA I •'>«
.Vnrth Am Tr Co. 1 2.'**> •->•>: 5 -'. AJ. I S» I jm
Nassau I SW>.»«n«i ft F. * A. ! IST% rS
N Yl*ln & Tr. I.oCrtrxV»: «J.* D. U.4(«> 1 480
N* v Security A T I .>•*-•.•«•«» a* M * N. \ Tm j ' _
People's j l.lrfMU'Cxi; 12 Mthly J. 2;x> ' 3ia
rro<lure Ex Tr. . . I 2. .-a *>.•><*>, 12i> _
Heal Kstate T Col :**>.<<*>■ BJ. .4 J. 3*> __
Sran'lard T ......' l.Onft.omr 210 _
Title Gr ATr Co. I 2..*MNi.«xm JO Quar. J. 3;>o 4j(>
Tr Ch of N- V....1 1 . 00 inn _ ln j
Trust Co of Am.. 2..T00.f»» | 2to SXJ
fnlnn ' \.onft.(4fi 32 ijujt. J I.3(k> ; j,,,
VSM fk T C0...f 2^>ft.«¥«; 10 J. & J. " : — 4^
I.'nitei States ...I ZJK** '■"►!• 4» J. ti .t. il.^O _
Washington \V».'«>'; 1O J. ft J. ( rr, __
T\-illiam<.bur«r ... I 700.«<i0! t l.si 200
CHICAGO STOCKS.
(Furnished by Walker Urothera. No. 71 r:rr,a<j
I High. : L..W. I no*"
American Lin?eerl j 1«S 10 jo
do preferred ( 50% 50« i 30J4
American H-rawtx-.ard 1 2iSj 2>*« 231j
National Biscuit j 2H*4 2S--
National Carhf>n ! It. IS ig
South Si(l« E>varpfl j 'C. »4' 4 941^
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
r
(P.eported by De Haven & Townsend. No. 40 W a «.)
Bid. Asked. I BM. «■(]
Am Ry Co 3 s%jPenn Steel com.. 56 38
Asph Co of Am. 8% SS do pref 73 &)
Bruoklyn Gas... 2% — ■ Perm EH Veh Co. 2'i 3
Cambria Steel.. 15% 15% d> pref 2 M
CPRyCoof I. 2« — |Phiia £lee Co 3% l\
Choctavk- Ry 29 3t> ! Phila Traction.. . {W5 t J«%
Con Tr of NJ. .'.7%, 5S Phila & Erie 22 23
Elec St Bat Co. 7O 75 Pitts ton Tr Co. 24% Zi
do pref — 8O Sus Iron & t=teel. 2% JX
Elec Co of Am. 9% Si* ' Tidewater Sreel.. *\ 9 1 *
Gen Elec Auto.. % %! U Cos of N J...272 275,
H..rse Collar — V,! Union Traction.. 37% 8H
Ins Co of N A.. 22%. 22*' U Gas Imp C 0. ..112 112%
I>-hi<h Nay .VJ — | Wels LijftU Co.. 43* 44
LehiKh Val R R 25% 25% 1W lUCoof C. 1V» 1*
Mars.len 10% li«V Wels Corn cr>ra. . ._ 23
North Perm io« — | do pref 72 .7«
I>nn R X C 0... 63* 63%
BONDS.
As Co of An: ss. 7O 70% Union Trac 43... PO 88%
Ini }■ Ry Co ss. 11*% If* ; Lako Superior. .. .&> 80S
KCP& G.'.s..— 7<>% i do pref 7 7*
N J Con 5s loH 10&ia Phila Co ...38 88\
Newark Pass sa. 117% US ; Diamond Steel... 3% «
Peoples Trie i- 10>% — |
COLORADO SPRINGS STOCKS.
Closing quotations on the Colorado Springs Mm
Ing Stock Exchange-, furnished by "William P. Boa.
bright & Co.. of Colorado Springs:
R '.. Asked. - Bli lilii
Alamo 13 13 \ \ Portlan<S 314 317
Magnet R00k... 3% 3% Union . +• 43
Pilgrim Consol.. — 13% Worlf 3n>-» 80\
Rose Maud 9* ■. Acacia 34, 34:,
Rose Nlcol 13 13% Battle Mountain. 13%, 39
Trachyte 7* 7% : Col City A Man.. 10* 10« i
Argentum-Jun . — 2" tapper Mountain 4% 4,* l
Anaconda 34% .'•: - ; Damon .. 20 J£K»
C Creek CbnsoL 13 r » 14* ' Garfl>!d Consol.. — 19
Elkton Consol. .128% 12J» I Gold Cola 350 730
Flndley 14% l*% Gobi Klnr 107 120
Ingham Conaol. — 19% j Gold Sovereign. . 10 10H
Isabella 122 123 j Mountain Beauty &=» 9%
Lexington 16%. 17 Mount R0«a..... — 78
Moon Anchor. . . 57 80 !
THE TRADE IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, June 23 (Special).— 'Wheat prices «a<nr «b
advance for the day of about 5c a bushel. as<2 to
night's prices are about 13c over last Saturday*!.
"Wheat, within three weeks, la up 23c a bushel.
July this morning opened at 86c to S7c. sold be
tween SoXjc and SBc, and closed at 88c: the Sep
tember closed at S9*£c. The Northwestern "weather
keeps persistently bad. hardly a true* of rain fax.
th© entire Northwest in the last twenty- l oar hours
and scorching temperatures. Th» forecast l*fDT-tis» >
same condition for the next thirty-six hoars.
The astonishing advance to-day was largely %•
cause the speculators expect to corns down Man-
day morning and find the Northwest «tU boralns';
up. Cables show the foreigners are tiegTaiilug t»'
wake up. Liverpool was up equal to 3c a fini'Tfri
Paris up half as much. There la no changa la 0m
character of the private advices from the> I^atott*
and Minnesota, except that th» estimates at loss
are being raised continually. The vohxme of t2»i
speculative trade shows no diminution; the- bratnw
Is so huge the leaders are lost sight of. There is, «£'■
course, each day a great deal of profit taSg g WT*H
by longs who hope to get back; cheaper, and aw
by long? who cannot resist the temptation, to Mi 2«
the extraordinary profits in sight; but tha-oerrbsj
ing continues faster than the profit taking- ClStM
to-day reported the Prussian rya crop, tl» tan
portant one In that country, less than an averse*.
Its wheat crop la expected to. be about an. avarac*.
There was a great deal of profit taking 1 la earn.
Patten leading; but In spit* of the llQuidatioa W
this big holder, corn closed a cant over FrfiSww
July opened at 42Vic to 42% c. sold between, 4230 sad
41 T «c, and closed at 42»40 to 42% c; September c2om£
at. 43Vsc Increased speculation, sympathy with tJie
extraordinary wheat experience. Morthwestem boy-
Ing on the droutn and higher cables were tlie
motives. Liverpool was l*gd to lUd hijirher. Ooua
try offerings were moderate, the farmers becoming
more tenacious as the price advances. The ■-^T
ping demand keeps surprisingly good. "5 loads soia
at the seaboard and 30u,000 bushels sold her*. Crop
advices are favorable. Receipts here were 77$ cars,
with 888 estimated for Monday. The Patten seilinj
was the feature on that side. The boxing was-gen
eral, with foreigners taking corn.
Oats closed at an advance of \c over Friday and
show an advance of 2%jC for the week. July closed
at 25Uc; September >*■. Prices were t:? another
*iic before the pit was cleared. Northwestern bay
ing has kept up all the week, and the loss or feed
stuffs and oats in the Northwest has been the im
portant factor, Oats are Increasing in popularity
because of an abnormal discount under corn. R*
ceipts were 319 cars, with 253 for Monday. Clear
ances were over 400.000 bushels. Outside longs were
increasing their lines to-day, notably Bryant.
Flaxseed advanced 7c to Sc a bushel to-day. TS>e
Northwest is beginning to claim its flax crop Is
going with its wheat. September closed at $!■*'■
October. Jl 40. Thfre were 6 cars of seed at t!s»
three points, compared with M last year. Shorts
were stampeded to-day.
Provisions had a remarkable advance, pork b?
almost $1: lard and ribs up 25c. Outside buying in
creased speculation, small offerings ar.<l small
stocks are the features. Pork closed $1 15 over last
Saturday; lard. 3TV 3 o over; ribs almost 50c over »
week ago.

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