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GAS COMPANIES.
a**.Blifead *» William E. Nichols & Co.. So. 13 W«:i-»t.)
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Aek-«i.
« T * East R |Ptan OSi. 1930.. 115\ 118
Ist 5«. 1M4...118 114 l i Cen V Gas 8a 110 111
do 5s ICW 112 Eqult Con &• II* 1 * 12l'"»
Wot V Ist as. ■ • 10*'.* 110 . Mutual Co 323 —
Etsnd Gas .. 132 140 NAmCo 9f lllV H2'i
do pref ■''= 100 .Brooklyn Uni0n.. 222 220
BANK STOCKS.
CKeporteJ • y Caaaaß GUbert. No. 2 Wall-«t.)
I Div Mend, I I
Name. ! Capital. when , Bid. . Asked.
: payable.
AEfrict ]|I.»ni.oiio, 1C J. i J. 530 i 650
Lmeiican Eich...| i.tXW.oiw; *M.4 W. 270 2"-< i
Astor National... j :j;., ..->•■ 2tl Quar. J. i Tim< —
bewcry | 250.0(>U 12 J. &J. ' 31W —
Broadway i IWWK 12 J. A J. — SM
Butchers * Dror. 3ti«),<»JOj 1,-.., —
Centrsi | 1.60P.000 •« J. * J us HC
Century : 1««».«»*>j ISO ' 170
Cha»« .^ i 1.<«w.01-»j 12 J. & J. -.. —
Chatham 450.600 10 Quar. J. 335 3i"
Cnemlcal BOO.OOUIUO IH-m. J. 4 150 —
Citlipns' I.KO.«Wi C, J. & .1 - 213 2T><»
City 10.«m».<lOU •! M. &N. i 6.V1 6<»
Commerce iojjo<i.'Htii & j &J. 3«o 3»O
Colonial I lt«:i,o»0| — 353 —
■■ lumtili 1 3<<ii <n»i U. * J I 37>0 —
Corn Escha^. ... l.*ttU.«oo 12 F. & A. 45<> —
East River i BM.«M -J. 4J. I." —
En-ptre Slat* . . lun,<M«i IS).', 210
Eleventh Ward... MO.OtO BJ.* J. 150 i —
r-.c»:ity ... . . 2*J6.Wt| 210 —
First National 10.W0.tmO 20 Quar. J BS> 610
Fifth National j 2UO,'" 1 " 1 12 J. &J. 375 425
Fifth Avenue luu.0 1 1» 1 Mi Quar. J. 3.7.V) ! —
Fourth National.. S.imo.OtKli 7J. 4 J. 230 240
Fourteenth btr>— -. ' llcj.ooo 6M. & N ' 2nO 990
GallaUn ......... l.<«*.,i>i.., 12 A. & O. 435 | 4">
Ganseroort -„-,-« 140 I —
Garfl«4d ._ . l,l«ia<KiO 12 Quar. II 500 —
G«nnaa-Amer. .. 75»"».«<)O 6 F * A. 155 170
Cennan Exeh 20y.0«Xr! 12 J. &J. 370 ' —
Cur— n la — 200.000 19 M & N. (k») , —
Grvensrich 300.009 6M.& N. ' 310 —
Hamilton «. 200.0<>0 6 J. * J. l«t» 175
Hanover 8.<J00.O«0 10 J. &J. ' «V) —
Hide & Leather.. MV>,«<l<» . 150 I —
Importata A Trad l.:«i '»«> an J. &J. ( CM —
Irrtn* ! r»)C.<>uiti 6J. &J. . 210 i —
Jefferson „ 2U0.000 I*o —
Leather Manuf... 080.000 10 J. &J. ■ 235 270
Liberty i fiuu»»| 2i Quar. J. I flvi : —
Lincoln ..-.i &■•■<"■ in Quit. F. 1. 000 ' —
Manhattan C 0.... 2.C30.0W 10 F. & A. 325 : 849
Market * Pulton. ; jjim >M«t : 10 J. &J. 250 270
Metropolis . . ...1 300.i»»; 12 J. &D. I* —
Mechantcs' „ 2.u00.(»(0i SJ. 4 J. 2»0 ' ■>">
Mechanics & Tr.. . +■- KM : 156 170
Mercantile UXIO.OOOJ OJ. &J. : 290 1 —
Merchants' X.000.080 7J.& J. l'.ti) i —
Merchants' Exch. ! ««i..««i' 6J. &J. 150 16."
Mount MorrU ' 250.00 i' , 210 —
Mutual ' 200.0001 275 —
Naacau i 9* «»• «M.4 N. J 100 —
New-Atßrter Nat. 1 5O0.l»K)| .12 Quar. J. i 700 723
N T X B A i 2.000.0001 10 J. i J. 70S S.'x>
X T County SfO.OiiO 50 J. AJ. 1.500 ! —
N T Mat Exch... ( ."..«•,«». £ Quar. M. ■ I —
NJa^teenth Ward.] 2<Xi.(lnOl j IM —
North America... 2.0H0.000! 6J. * J. 273 , 199
Oriental- »9».«00 "•■ J. a: J. 210 1 —
Pacific „ 422 700 8 Quar. F. ' S»^i ' —
Park 2.«»;«» 15 J. A J. »*■*■> <".«»
People's 20»«n«0 10 J. & J. 2%0 —
Paamar ' L«OO.aW * no 120
Pla»a lOO.OiK) 550 —
Produce Exch . . 1.000.000 7A. * O. I«V> —
Rivers!.!* 100,00""> . 6J. & J. . i 3<X> —
Seaboard U>ii,ihi«.> 6J. &J. 500 —
B»conC ' 3tM.o<>o 12 J. & J. 030 —
Seventh : " - »"0 125 135
6h£-e i Leather... 1.000.000 4 Qi-ar. J. i 120 130
Ftate . ' 190 •>« 20 J. *J. '• 550 —
TwelfTh Ward *«.'«tO ; 6J. *J. 110 —
- tv-thlr2 W<s. < lOU.OVO 5 F. A.- A. 110 —
fnl Square. ! S».9ai| 6J.& D. KM 840
ratted National.. I,ono,Ot«i 125 130
Varick .. 100. 00 j 200 ; —
Waahtngtoc lOD.OnO ! 200 i —
Washington Hta.. !■«' •»"' ; 2"0 ; —
TV-Kern 2.100.0UO: «••*> €25
West Side. ' 200.0"»! 12 J. &J. ' r.rfl { —
Yorkri::* . 100.0001 ' 240 ■ —
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clnton Gilbert. No. 2 Wa!l-6t.)
j Dividend. i I
Name. ! Capital. when ' Bid. | Asked,
) payable. , 1
Alliance Realty™ . !s3,o<>o.Oooj . 100 110
Atiiitlc 1.5O0.0O)' 6 Quar. 11. 2*) 2:—
i.T.«r Surety Co.. 2^>».000 S Quar. J. 1<» 183
B4 * Mix Gr Co. I.<hV>.o'X)J li> Quar. J. 45i) : 473
Bawling- Green... 2.50a000 210 220
Broadway 7.'X>.o« i O ' 17" ISO
Brocklys I l.OWi.ngoj 16 Quar. J. j 425 *■ —
C*n-ral 1.000.000 Oo Quar. J. L 913 1.P40
Cen EBi* T Co l.O0O.«U0 C 25 545
City l.un>.ooO BF. 4A. 400 . 420
Conf.naats.l '. Boo.v^A « Quar. J. «2T. -—
ColorJal ' 1.0i0.000 10 J. ft J. ' 370 390
Fanners' L A TT. I.«KXOOI>| 40 Quar. F. 1.400 1.520 ]
Fifth Are Tr Co.. l.«»"0.»">0: 12 Qaar. J. CSO «»*0
Ftatbush r^ ' 95M99 ! 170 Ml
FtaakUc i J.OO'.).O'JOJ 12 Quar. J. I 820 ' 330
Guaranty Tr Co. . 2,"">..'h«> 18 Quar. J. 750 775
Hamilton „ \ 500.000 6 Quar. F. | 310 i 320
Inter B*g Ccrp... a.OOo.e«W — 208 ' 210
Kioto County 5J9.999 10 Quar. F. i 415 ! —
Knickerbocker ... 1.000. <H JO i 7J.4 J. ! 750 I —
Lawyers' Surety.. M9.4M9 5J.* J. ' 3"tf 112
Lawyers" T 4 Ins 2.«"0.0<i0j 6F. & A. 350 . 370
Lawyers' M I Co. ; 1.OHO0O: SJ. & D 210 —
Lonir Isl L 4 T. . I. ••■■•.««• 10 Quar. J. 2*o • 300
Manhattan _ :.---• •• J. <* J. 815 ■ —
Manurscturers' .. M0.09M M Quar. J. 320 1 »40
Mercantile ' 2LOdO.C«K)j » Quar. J. j 1.100 —
Morton 2. •«»•«*• — [1.080 —
Merchants* I W»J»0 j 99» —
Metropolitan ' i.<h«),oi«->! 10 J. 4 J. 525 _—
Mutual I 30d,000i I 210 223
Nafi Surety Co. . ' .V»).«moj 10 F. *A. j 140 —
N«rth Am Tr Co. I 2.-»" •■«• 7J. &J. 260 ■ 270
jlmcs . J s<>o.tlOO| 6F."A A. . 210 . j —
NTL la & Tr.-i 1.<«».-"XiO| 40 J. All. 1,173 —
r T Sinn C0..-i .".••--«> 10 Jan. I 160 —
X X Security &T. I.OOC.UUU 32 Quar. F. l.*M> ( 1.410
f '« I -..•-•■'.-' 12 Mthly J. ! 3flO ! —
Real Estate T Co. ! 990.4)01 I), & J. 400 —
Standard T. . . . ' I.«*0O,#»l 6J. 4 J. 4*o —
Title Or 4 Tr Co.' '.500.000 - 12 Quar. J. ! 570 505
Title ICoof x T 1 noo.*wi , l«l 175
Trust Co of Am.. 2.500.0001 7J. & J. ' 2« 275
>'r Co of Republic' 1,o«h..(«»i. 800 . 909 •
rnlca l.<vx».«i"<V 40 Quar. J. 1.390 —
r s M *T C 0... -.ontt.i..»; 12 J. & J. 475 —
T'nited States..... t 2.1M8J.00U :■« J. 4J. 1.750 —
Van Karoo . .. ' 1.000.000 1 2:~- 275
Washtairton . 1 >-■«•<• 12 Quar. J. 415 1 430
v,-.m«m*barif .. . . : 7" "' 6J.A J. I 210 I 220
BOSTOX STOCKS.
CFcrnlsbcd by R. L. Day 4 Co.. No. 3 Nassau-st.)
Apr. 25. Apr. 26.1 Apr. 25. Apr. 28.
A T & f F com. "-2 1 * HV.Old Dem Ma*. . 1« ! = 19
<lo pref « : S. S^-Atlanue .. ... >) *' I
Am Te! * T-: ;■-. ISI -.: & Hecla SKi S^O j
Am SB Co c0m.12r.% 125i 4 'C*-nter.nlaJ ' !IL 4 f>
<j« pref IIS4 m iFranihn 11 " :
S-*t & Al^ny..2-:i 2«4 I'.^la •«• JP*
Bast *Me m !*« »«*4 Qutaey «D IXO |
Fltchlrcrg- Rd pf 149 14**>»- ! Tamarack 1.5 1.0 ;
~en El*c c^m..32T- . 527 | Wolverines ... 53 53
liexlcsn Cent... 2^ — ilkwtcn ..v . . IC6 163
Did <~olr>ny 214 2.5 I Arradlan St 8
'•-ilon Pac p/ct.Wv K»Hl Wyturfotte 1 . 1..
Kwat End com., 99% i9O ■ AUouez 3^, 3-j
do ore* ..Il« ll.'S .lximinlvin C0a1.. .140 141H
We« Ele\: cf-m.113H U2 il"arrot 2* 2«
Co pref 114', 113 ' Mac? El*c com.. 44^4 45
alctdsan •- 102^t 1«!2H do pref 97 l». i 4 ■
PHI LA DELPHI A STOCKS.
(Tlepcrted: by De Haven * Tow^aend. No. 40 Wall-st.)
Eld. Ask-J. ! Bid. Asked.
*tti p, y Co •»'■••» 4T (Northern Cent. 109
" - L Son com. l** --'S North Perm '>•>'■' —
do pref. - 77*»PhMa Co 4-"« *«
Cambria BteeLT. 24S -*-. 'Perm P. R C 0.... 78»» M
rpßrCoof i. » <"•" 'P-nn tP<?l C1 ' ra -- — 2
DnrtE» Ry Ti» B0 : do I""' 91 «2
do pref . ?S> <;■ ! P*-nn X! V..-h Co. I 5 * lit
Caa Tr of •■••. 70 I On r^* **i **
Piaraosd Steel.. IV "► Phlla E!ec Co - "~s ■>*»«
a-c Bt Bat Co. SO Bl Phila Traction... 9* '.'-■■*
do pref «> M I Phila & •;-.. ■»<• 47
E>c Co of Ate. 7H 7H! Pitts Con Tr Co. -• . 24>4
:r.« Co cf % A.. -■ 24 .---• ■•■ J»teel. 2', - •
:>Mjrh Nay 77 7* ITi<J~«ater Steel.. *> •
-^>h!ch Vi; R R :W'i SBUfr Co« of XJ. . .9* 2^4
Vsrerflen . . ti, 4*^'fnion Trartlofi. . . 43SC 431~
N £1^:::: ». ■* I' Ou "■"■; Co.. I-"- 122>~
2i 3U
BONUS.
*?» Co .-..-- 31 32 i Newark Pis B*i~.Uß% HS%
ndF Pr •' s«.l<J» IT-t-i People's Trac 4s.lW» 107
S J Con fc»... 11l Ul»s l"ni o Trac 4?... !> v; s 89
N"at Asphalt ss. H in '.
TRADE IX CHICAGO.
Chicago. April 26 (Sp»vial>. — Wheat opened higher
?n the catjj»s. and dated V- to 1c over Friday, be
cause of '.arse clearances, small Western receipts
and naaaaawi dry weather in Kansas. May opened
it 74*»c. sold br»»"'*«-: 74* a c ■H^fSßc. arid closed
at T^nc; July clotted at "V" V . ~*-ii«-rK. September.
it TT-^c seJlers. To-night's prices are about %c
jrer !a«t Saturday**, but are almost 2c under the
-.iKh prices of .•-..-.. Thursday rains.
Primary receipt* were 215.0K) bushels, against 413,
* TO la?t year. Seaboard clearances were £28,000 bush
si*. In two day* seaboard clearances have been
ibout 1.30 •• buraels. There 1* the prospect of a
visible decrease of about 2,<>oo.<*>} bushels. World's
shipments Monday will tv around 7.500. <W0 bushels.
The weather map this morning showed rains every
where excepting Kansas The Southvrest continues
» rt-rort a. worse condition in those States each
Jay. There was an improved cash demand, with
j.«K) bushels nold here. Duluth reports 80.OX) bush
* There- ha* been the report from New- York of
B Joads sold to the Continent. A feature In the
trade lias t»e^n the- selling of September by ttmm-
Tork. and September has increased its discount
•inder July. The local mood is bullish on the small
supply and tarn* clearance*. The Duiuth May has
sone to »*e over the Chicago May. Peavey Is to
arinß- a lot of Duluth wheat to this market by
■3««a. pmninutblr for mixing purposes, aa the
-heat is worth, more xaoa«y at Duluth than, at
•caro.
"*liere was nothing »pectaetilar In the corn pit:
jo new mom by the Harris-Gates party. Prices
♦ ere i*c to Uc higher to-day. May opened at
tPfic, sold between GZ^e ejad C^ic anil closed at
S%. Jury closed at 63*4,0, and September at 63^«a
j nere were M cars here; 125 estimated for Monday.
Ta«h sales wens 115,000 bushels. Primary receipts
wer« SUM bushels, agali.st :*),O0O bushels last
rear. St. Louis May closed l^c .over Chicago:
KaMi Oty. l%c
Oats have been irregular. to-nighfs close »ie
ai^rher to He lower than Friday. The whole list is
lie to lc lower than last Saturday. The oats pros
sect has been lmprov«-d by the rains. Country of
r«*rias?» are cor.Fidera.bly increased, but there is a
'air New-England demand. To-day's receipts were
IX car*: Monday's estimate. 205. Cash sales were
«.««• bu«h«l«. May closed <2V- old July. 3%c:
Mm July, 37V4c; old September. 30Tsc; new Septem
ter. 32% * c - « -»
Flax prices were un'-har.tr^'i : cash. Jl 68 to $179;
May. C 63, and Septembflr, I; 38. At the three
Joints there were 13 cars of seed a*rain?T 12 last
rear.
Provision* were strong with the grains and on
•mail hoc receipt*. 30.000 at Western points to-
Uy. afalr.i"- 57.000 last year and •_«.... at this potat
Jin we**, acalnat 147.V0 last year. ' Pork moved up
•c; lard and ribs. 10c to l^i^c. Everything is up
:xmßldera.blr f&r the ws«k.
financial.
GOLD
Captain S. L. Burbridge, the well
known expert and practical mining en
gineer and superintendent of 20 years'
national reputation, says:— -"They who
invest now will receive dividends of
1 SO Per Cent a Year
and see their stock quadruple in value."
To provide funds to erect another stamp mill to increase production,
and for further development work, the Crescent Consolidated Mining
Company otters a limited amount of stock at 25 cents per share.
The Crescent Consolidated Mining Co., Limited, was incorporated
March. 1902, under laws of State. of Idaho. Capital stock, $1,000,000.
divided into 1,000,000 shares/par value #1 each, fully paid and non-as
sessable. Stockholders have no individual liability whatever.
OFFICERS. DIRECTORS.
HON. WILLIS SWEET, President. WILLIS SWEET.
Ex-U. S. District Judge, and ei-Member CongTPsa. Uaho. J^ ' g HM A.X.
S. L. BURBRIDGE, E. M.. Vice.-Pres. s: L. BURBRIDGE,
and Gen'l Mgr. W. H. STOW ELL,
I. II FOSTER, Secy and Treasurer. I. M. FOSTER.
Offices, Pierce City. Idaho; ('»<> Broadway. New York.
THE COMPANY HAS NO INDEBTEDNESS OF ANY KIND.
The property consists of 14 gold mines, each l,."00 ft. by 600. com
prising- an area of 280 acres. A 5 stamp mill, hoisting works, pumps, saw
mill, boarding houses, bunk houses and office buildings, located near
Pierce City. Idaho.
5.10.000 in gold had already been taken out of one mine by the
former owners, at an expense of $12,000. The vein in this mine is now
proved to be a true fissure in the most favorable formation known in min
ing, and will undoubtedly pay large dividends for many years.
Captain. Burbridge estimates this one mine alone will yield $35,000
a month net profit, which sum will 'pay dividends at the rate of 150 per
cent a year on stock bought now at 25 cents per share, and still leave a
handsome surplus in the treasury.
Captain Burbridge's Record.
• r Reported favorably on the Old Dominion Copper mines; was
l«^t I appoints superintendent; the stock went up from IV*. to $•".'<.
_. J Keported favoraMy on the United Verde Copper. Gold and
akiauina. 1 Silver mines. This property since then pays about $4,0)0,000 a
L year profit.
.i^ f • Reported favorably on the Uttcs <Jold mine; paid $l"AOO0 a
,r-Ar»Mi a *> monTh for 16 years. And on the Kennedy tJold mine: paid $."50,000
CALIFORNIA. j^ a month for past 10 years.
r TTie Captain's knowledge and Judgment of ores wm-» most strikingly pror«n
I la his r-rxirta on th« n.-»- itreat mln»8 In BrltUh Columbia. In rh«-lr beiftnnlng
I they were nil condemned by many of the m<«t prominent expert* In the Cnitaa
States. The Iron Marie *■ W. and copper mine, boucht on his report for J3.000.
ban since b<-«i aoW for I.«^>>.O«.>.
The Virjrinla pold anil copper mine, bought on his report for
$0,000, "has since been sold for $300,000.
IS The War Eajrle pold and eopppr mine, boupht on his report
R ni T ic H J for IS.OOO. has since been sold for $800,000; afterward sold again
mi I timrVa 1 {or ?2.000.000.
tuLLJiDiA. The cn-j^fl an d .Amelia pold mines.— examination. Cap
j tain Kurhridpi' advised the owners not to sell out for 5100,000;
j afterward sold for ?2.000.000.
The Le Koi go.d and copper mine, In Rossland. -was reported
j on favorably by him when the stock -was selling at 3 cents a
I share; it afterwards went up to $30 a share.
Captain Burbridge now strongly recommends investors to buy Cres
cent Consolidated Gold Mine Stock at 25 cents a share.
Remit by check, draft, money order or registered letter to the Com
pany's Financial Agent.
The right is reserved to allot only part of the shares applied for.
GEO. W. DUNN, BANKER, 66 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
90 Days Calls Wanted.
I WILL PAY ONE AND ONE-HALF PER CENT. «& V) CASH TO CALL
AMERICAN CAR & FOUNDRY PREFERRED 93.
PRESSED STEEL CAR PREFERRED 88^.
PRESSED STEEL CAR COMMON 46.
INTERNATIONAL STEAM PUMP COMMON 574.
AMERICAN GRASS TWINE 62.
All in 500 or 1.000 share lots.
Privilege to be signed by responsible parties.
JACOB RUBINO,
DREXEL BUILDING. 3 BROAD ST., NEW YORK.
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES
NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN.
The AMERICAN/BESERVE FUND has Just
issued upilor Copyright, a Booklet {riving the
Capital, Surplus. Earnings and Dividends; Sub
scribed, Book and Market Value of the Shares;
Returns to Original and Present Investors, and
Comparisons of Results attained in the em
ployment of Capital under the respective,sys
tems of National Banks. State Banks and Trust
Companies in New York and Brooklyn.
Every Stockholder, Depositor, and Prospec
tive Investor In these Institutions will find in
this Booklet Information of great interest and
practical value. Sent on application to
AMERICAN RESERVE FUND,
31 Nassau Street,
New York.
Prrpoaais
TO INVESTORS.
Proposals for $4,993,000 of
3^° 0 CORPORATE STOCK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
Principal and Interest Payable in Gold.
EXEMPT FROM ALL. TAXATION IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK. EXCEPT TAXATION FOR STATE PVR
c ..cam Administrator*. (,aardlan>, and other* IhiMlhb Trait Foadi are authorised
«.!•;% I .KU 1 K'»-u. »•'■ «^^ cfflc». No. I'sij Broadway- Borough of Manhattan, until
TUESDAY, THE 6TII DAY OF MAY, 1902,
.* •• ncl-Mk P M for the whole or part of following described Registered Stork of the City of New York. b«ar
i&SSSS I^Sate^tSSk^f Vr° Instruction of rapid transit rail-
J 's,K,'««.K^™HAre^rOFClTY™™-TO liXI iK FOR SCHOOL HOUSES AND SITES THEREFOR.
\'AooomßwnvrK b^TOCK a new York, for improvement of PARKS. parkways.
1..0.000 ivnTTOFVEW YORK Principal payable NoTember 1. IW2:
am corporate Stock, or th! iCXTi^of seVtork. for the erection of a soldiebs
4.1.000 ARCH In the City of New York. Principal payable November 1. UH2.
i- *~ thtc^urot the City "All or None* this cannot be received, and preference mast. a* far as practicable
and w"^.^S^d"Lir ce a n-tMe to the city be mto bidder, for the «nallm amount,. Subject to the~ pro
;si sr.^rSifc e "w^ w tn l i MSS^Sn^ gfSr'Kr.-t the »toc k — be m In .uch Iwll >- author
' i'i,^J.it ",t TWO I'KH «K>^ of the p«r v»»ne of -took bid for .In mo.ey or certified
S^SS^^A^S^hS^^Si^JSs^^ S^rS^H-n. or apply to the
Comptroller for a printed circular.
EDWARD M. GROUT, Comptroller.
Tb* "»T of N*w Tot*. Department of Finance. Comptroller- » Office. April 224. 100»
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUXE. SU>T>AY. AFBili 27. 1902.
.financial.
INVESTORS READ
The Wall Street Journal
Morning and Evening Editions
5 cents the copy; $1.001 .00 the
month , $t2. 00 the year.
A DVERTISEMENTS and iubeenpttona for Th« Tribune
.A. receiVßd at their Uptown Office.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
M door north of 31»t-«t., until » o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will b« received at the following branch
ofnefs at regular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. vi». : U."; 4
Mth-Bve.. c. c cor. 23d-st. . 153 6th-ave.. cor. 12th
et.- »2 En«t 14th-st.j 2BT West 42d-st.. between
7th and Bth ayes.: Silii West 125th-st.i IJt3S ad
ave between 7«th and TTth »ta.: 1.02U ,'ld-ave..
Proposals.
financial.
THE
Marconi Wireless
Telegraph Co.
OF AMERICA
has been organized to control the Marconi system of wireless telegraphy and all
inventions and patents relating thereto in the United States of America,
and Cuba, Porto Rico, the Hawaiian Islands, the Philippine
Islands, Alaska, the Aleutian Islands, and all
ships under the American flag*.
$1,200,000
or the $6,650,000 total Capital Stock of
MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA
is hereby ottered at 65, par value 100.
The above is the only public issue that will be made, and shares
will be allotted in the order appliration* are received, but we reserve
the right to allot or reject any subscription in whole or in part.
Of this capital stock $500,000 has been placed in the treasury of the Company
for future requirements.
We offer the shares at $65 each, but reserve the right to advance the price
without notice.
Payments to be made:
$10 per share to accompany application, to fee returnei if shares are not allotted.
$55 per share on allotment, when certificates will be issued by the Morton
E. ROLLINS MORSE &. BRO..
6 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
43 STATE STREET, BOSTON.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
FREDERIC H. BETTS.
Of IW'tts. Hetts. Sli^rSfld & Betts. Lawyers
WYLLYS ROSSETER BETTS.
JOHN W. GRIGGS.
F.x Atrurn»'y-i;ent>ral of the U. S
SAMUEL INSILL.
President of the Chicago Edison Company
COMMANDER J. D. J. KELLEY.
Commander U. S. Navy
EUGENB H. LEWIS,
of Eaton v"t Lewis. Lawyers
H. H. McCLIRE.
nf the S. S. afcChnre rompany
Cankers en& Brokera.
Redmond, bankers,
41 Wall Street,
Kerr&Co.' ■*•*"*•
Transact a General Banking Business,
Issue Foreign and Domestic
Travelers*
Letters of Credit
in Sterling, Francs, Marks
or Dollars, payable in
all parts of the world.
Chicago Offtoy 232 L* S*Ot Street
Phikdelhpta. Graham, Kerr ScCa.
Z—
H«nrr C\trm%, Jamas B. Clawa, John H. ri»w».
j Member N. T. Stock Ex. Member S. T. Stock Ex.
C. P. Hol*J«rt>«r. Manlxr N. T. Stoci Exchan*«.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANKERS,
ii, 13, i 5» and 17 Broad St
Orders executed for Investment or on margin.
Interest allowed on deposits, subject to check.
Financial Agents for Corporations and Inves
tors.
Government and other High-Grade
Bonds bought and sold.
BRANCH OFFICES:
I BBJ!-3<3 A»e . Cor. 57trj St. I »J2 6th An.. cor. 23th St.
♦87 B'way Silk Ex. B1J«. I M Worth ABU Thoinaa St.
iT HodMD St.. Merc. Ex. ila Court St.. Brooklyn.
H. B. Hollins & Co.,
WALL * BROAD STS., NEW YORK.
letters of Crebit.
Drjew Bills of Exchange and tn*k«
Cable Transfers.
Investment Securities*
Agents International & Mortgage Bank
of Mexico.
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS,
9TASSIC A PINK STS.. NEW TOBK.
13 COSURESS STUIiET, IIOSTOS.
Dealers in U. S. Government Bonds ani
other Investment Securities. Deposits
received and iutsrsi! allowed on
Balances, subject to draft at sight.
Private Wire* to Doaton. phtladelphtn.
Baltimore and Richmond.
m-li-i-tiMl for conmTvallvc lnvc«li>r».
LISTS MAILED rpi'X APPLICATION*.
Deposits received subject to check.
Lawrence Barnum & Co.
DA.VKERS.
135 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
CORN EXCHANGE
BANK "RIGHTS"
UK M I.X.
GUNTON GILBERT
2 WALL ST. :
DEALER O*
International Fire Engine Go. Stock-
International Time Recording Go. Stock,
frederic H. Hatch,
no. SO BROAD STREET.
Tel«chr;n» 1&22 Brood. .-.
Aacnatoi S. Gnrham. John B. Van Srhalck.
Tel. SIMM) * S&3l Cortlaadt. Cable Tarpolcnm.
VAN SCHAICK & CO.
X. Y. Stack Exchance. i
■EMBERS OF Prtdact Kifhtngr. mad
Cblcaga Board of Tra4«.
7 WALL STREET.
Balttmorc. Harylaad Trmt Balidlai.
financial
JOHN J. BTCOOaa,
of Alexander & Green. Lawyers.
G. MARCONI,
Inventor of the Marconi System.
E. ROLLINS MORSE,
of E. Rollins Morse A Bro.. Bankers.
CYRUS .1. SEDGWICK.
Treasurer of the Hall Signal Company.
LOYAL I* SMITH.
SPENCER TRASK,
of Spencer Trask & Co.. Bankers.
Dankera ani) Broker*.
Kountze Brothers,
BANKERS,
BroaJnay 4 Cedar St. NEW YORK.
tsar*
Letters of Credit
forme of tnTellers, »»«t!»b!« in ail parts of Usa imH
Investment Securities.
: red'k ?. IHar<nw«l
83_3T HHu.tU kiUEUT.
STOCKS c*? BONDS
rat UTHtncat •»» •« ■arfll'k
Boole of railway atattatlcs •» »»#Uc«tl»BV
' Correspondence ■«ll«lt*4.
UIKJUCT WIRE 1U k.ICHA.VGC VXOOM.
CAMDEX LAND.
GENERAL CARRIAGE.
AMERICAS WRITIXG PAPER.
GENERAL CHEMICAL.
STATE TELEPHONE OK V. J. BONDS.
Bought aid Sold.
William E. Nichols & Co.,
Tel. 3383 Cortlandt. IS WALL ST.. X. T.
| — — — —^ »^^^^^»
(Trust Companies.
FIDELITY TRUST
COMPANY ;
I NEWARK. N. J. {
) Capital • • - 1,500,000.00 )
) Surplus and Undivided Profits 3,492,049.20 ?
J OFFICERS. >
b 17. AT. H. JIpCARTEII, Prealdent. ?
/ JOHX K. DRVDE.X, Vlcc-Pr*«lden«. C
? THOU >. McCARTER, Gen'l Coansel /
J and -<! \l<f-Prnld<>nt. N
1 JEROME TAYLOR. Trnst Officer. /
I l'llKU*ti. U. tti.\EK, See. ami Xreaa.
| i Dili TORS. S
S John F. I>r> <len. Jerome Taylor. J
V .la*. W. Ali-iiiiult-r, J. 11. llallanllnr, \
f ,liiiii<-< 11. Hyde. Win. A. Coler. .Ir.. /
S 1.-«iir- D. Wan!. 'William 11. »laaki>. \
r Thou. .\. McCarler. Forrest K. Dryden. C, ■
t • lK«r II Ward. Henry S. Rrdaiuad. J
J Iliiam Scli«-«rrer. Charles A. Felck. f i
S S. B. Jackson. H'raard «ira».», S
/ i «al H. >ii-«'«trt«"r. John C. Elsele. /
V Wltllnm (I. Jlclntyre. V
N.Y. Security & Trust Co,
46 WALL STREET. NEW YORK.
Capital & Surplus - $4,000,000
CHARLES S. FAIRCUILD.
President.
IBRW M. HYATT. \|pf-rrp.l.lrnl.
o"h«>K> XV. BUHiUT. J«l \ lrr-l'rr,| l | , t .
L. CARROLL ROOT. Set- retary.
/'pi >v Vl< LOW. Aunt. Secretary.
JAMES E. KEEI.ER. A.I AsV« Seer.
11. \v. WIIIPPLE. Manager Bond Beyartaiant.
TRII*TEE.«i
diaries S. Fatrchlld. John A. McCall.
James J. Hill. . i 1110"i 1110 " A. Ulalr.
William K. Bnokley. Frank W. Stearna.
Stuart 1.. Nelson. Edna it D. Randolph.
Kn.Uon Himtlund, Georfce W. Perkins.
Jam.-* Millman. Aaraa H. Hyatt.
M. <". I) liorden. >orm»n B. Ream.
John V,. M.-' nllnnarh. Charles M. Sehwab.
Frederic R. Condert. John 9. I'hippj,
II vvmnr Sands. Frank Tilford.
John W. Sterling;. Woodbnry Ins«dna.
U«h.>rn W. Brijcht.
Th's company la authored to act a* Executor. Trust**.
Administrator. Guardian. A«*nt. Receivar. Registrar and
Transfer Agent.
Receives deposits aubject to cneck. anawte« tstersst on
dally balances. • • . . -
! 4^ TRUST CO
66 Broadway,
234 Fifth Avenue.
1 00 West 1 25 th St.
CSARLF'T BASSET, Prtsidmt.
FBED'K L. EIDIt:DGE. Ist Vie*-^tmdent.
JOSEPH T B3GWX, 2md Vim- Prtsulmtt.
Tt£HrK GOBZ KING, S&crrtart md Trmmrw.
JVLIA/I M. G S3 AMD, Ami. am. A Ami Ttmm.
WX. M. MAXVAIL. TnM «!PMr.
financial „ _
"We ow» aad offer, •abj^t to Prior ■*!«. •
limited mom! of tb« Capital Stock •< t»«
Bald Butte Mining Co.
of Helena, Montana.
Th!« mla» has b«o a laniT iiridmiui payer for tSi
p««t •Inren y«ar». la»t year ra!d TV* and ta th. pa«
fir* ran baa aT«ra««<l MM Paid I** •• first <•»•
months of lhl» year «ad earned orer Xt?» iSarlsg tie Sara.
perto.i.
Fall particular*. la>t annual report u<
price on application.
i WILLIAM A. MEARS & CO.
S3 BROAD STREET. «- T.
/ Pbob* 1S8» Broad.
Land Title ink. Hhtlailrlphta,
D'.n&eno Polices.
THE amer::an EXCHANGE KATION'^. mm
VJS Broadway. X«w Tor*. April 22d. naS.
AT A MEETING of the Board of Directors
"^^ if this bank. h«ld to-day, a «>mi-annaal *»K!"d 01
FOtTR MM M CENT, on the Capital Stock wu Im
cur*i payable May Ist. proximo, to stockholder* at new
at d- of buitae,. AP n. Zj**^ BrKXS> CMntmL
OFFICE OF
■WESTIXGHOCSE ELECTRIC at MFG. OSfc
So. 12<> Broadway Hum Torlt. Apr-.l 2Bth. UMaV
At a nuoUiir ~~i this day It was , _, m ,
"PESOLVEb. That a quarterly dividend 01
"" .XI AND THRES-QL'ARTEKS PER CENT. «'%*»
upon tie a»»»nttn«j a»irll of the Company tm *< l ar». par
able May lsth. 19»C to Stockholder* of record at t«»
clot* of bostn«s« oa April 3iith. 1002. and that t5« '**"'!*•'
tx'ioiw for We aawntlna- stoch. te closed oa April atnix
VSOi. at 3 Si o'clock V. M». and oeen.* on May latQ.
IMS. at 10:<*» o'clock A. X.
7 A -; M N. T-aaur«.
<Tccan &!cantfr». _
SSOOBITOQ i^El^---*-^ (L(LO^QD.
FAST EXPRE.-** SERVICE.
OLTMOLTH—CIIEKBOCRG— BREMEN.
From t".-r 52. North Rlv»r. Oanarroori dt.
Kronprtrz. ..May & A. M I Kronprtni J'jlT =» n«^»
Kals«r....May »> WA.M.!Ka!»r . Au«. 12, li>A- Jt
Kronprlns...June 3. 2P. MMM M Kal<H-rln.. -Au<r U>. WX. M.
Kai3*r. . . . June IT. !.. A. M. : Kronprlnz..Aa« -•«. JO A. M.
Kal.«»rln. .June 2*. l-> A M. : Km«-r S^pt. ». 10 A. M.
Kronprtnz July 1. noon KaißTln. . .S^pt. I*. '"*•?}■
Kaiser. . . .July 15. 1»> A. M. | Kronprtns. .s*pt. •?>*•*- m
Kalatrrin. . July 52. I<> A. M Kat^r C "'v^. °*"
TWIV -i.T.?JW PA3J*EN«"IFR HHRTI ■
Oi#rt»ur^ — Southampton alternately, .in.i Bremen.
From Bremen. Pier*. Hobok»n. N. J. " : __
Or. KurTst.May 1. »> A. M. Fpl >r .;r.J-i». a*. »A- »-
Rh^tn.. May % !•• A M. Koen. L«l3e..Ju!y 3. :" A- M.
Bremen...May 15. 10 A M. Or. Kurft. -July 10. ■" a. X.
i) m Gr..May 22. l'» A M. Barb»r »a. -July IT. IO A. M
; N«okar..\ -May 23. IO A. M. Bremen Inly *♦.;«• 3 .
Gr. Kurrt -June. 5. ir> A. M. ; Frd. der Gr. .July 41. i P. »•
Barbar-ca.June 12. lt> A. M. Kl^d. Ijil»t..Au«. „ I F. it.
Br»rr.-1. . .J-jn» 19. :«>A. M. Or KnrTt. .Aug. It 1P- it
MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE.
GIBR.VL.TAR— NAPLES — GENOA.
From Pier 24. Ft. of AmJty St.. Brooktyn
•Kaisenn . . May 3. noon ii .neni.'il^rn. 5,8*.».
Lahn May 10. 10 A. M.'Lahn July m » A. M.
Trmv« May 17. I P. MLiTrare An?. ». a P. M.
Aller May 2+ U> A. M Aii-r AM ». :<■ A. M
Hohenrn.May .11. 11 A MJLahn An*. 23. '.«> A. M.
Lahn Juae H. nooniTrava Sept. d. 10 A. 11.
Trave lam 21. iA. M Alter Sept. 13. 2P. M.
Aller......June 2S. l«V A. M.Xahn . . !»»pt ■ IP. M.
•From Bremen Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
OELRICHS A CO.. NO 5 BROADWAT, N. T.
Louis H. Meyer. ■» gnnth Third ■*.. Phila.
saAMtne-MEHCJU oie.
TTOTN-SCREW EXPtIESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBCRO.
F. Bismarck.. May 1. 10 AM A Victoria. . -May22. 13 Al
Columbia Mar 9. 10 AM r Bismarck.. May 29. lOAM
And * t~:r TSnrsday hereafter.
Tliefie Steamers ■ ir--.- no ,'»nr>. -
TWIN-SCREW PA.*?ENGER SSBVKTS.
PI.TMOUTH— CHERBOURG — HAMBLTJO.
Pretoria.... Apr. 2». 1* AM, Stuticirhpu. .May 13. 11 AM
Moltke May H. t AM ! Walderaee. .May 20. 3:30 PM
Parrtela . . . May IS. 10 am p*na*y£Taoia.May 27.3:30AiJ
And every Tuesday hereafter.
MEDITERRANEAN 3ERVICE.
KZW-YOIUC— NAPLES — GENOA.
Phoenicia. May *, 2 PM Ph«nic!a Juno t3l S Psl
Palatla Tun» 3. 3 PM
HAMBURO-AMERICAN LINE: .
Offlc-». 35 ar.u 3? Bn-adway. P'^rv Uobokra. JT. X.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE I3LAXD3L
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL. 3. S. CO.
TOTO KISEN KAISHA.
B«f*«-r. San Tnnctitct, Honofula. Toßohaasa. Soba,
Sm«jil. ~li ir^.iit. Hen* Xon<.
Steamers Isare San Francisco at 1 9. ML
> DORIC May lICOPTIC May T.
i NIPPON MARL* May » ASimirj UABC.Jm. ♦
PERU May IT PBKISO Job* 15
For fretaht. oaawer.mr and anwral )atu»uiallaa apply tc
349 Broadway or 1 Battery Place. Washington. Building
and 237 Broadway.
©[L© ES©SS(IK!IO©K3 (LOSaii
daily SEEVICS
For Old Point C&ra&rt. Norfolk. Portsmouth. PVmti't
j Point and Newport Ntwii Va.. connecting Kir P»-»r*ur^
Richmond. Vtndntm Beach. Waaalnatoa. D. C. mt atutr*
6ou:.i and West.
Frel^tit and P^^a^na?ar steamers pall final Pl«r Ja>
X. 8.. root at Bcacli St.. «-rery week day at » P. at
H. B. WALKER. Tnffle Maaa«««.
[F©[? SP©[Ftt® 3B3(SBdOti
Steamshtpß of the RED "I/ LINQ will sail for Sat
Juan AtoM a. fallows:
S. 9. CARACAS satarfay. May 3. nooc
3 3. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. May it. nooa
Tor fr*l«ht or pa^saze apply to
BOTT.TOJI BLI9B * PALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Front -•
AK3©E!©GB iLGKHS. 25^gSSfc5&.
From Pt*r .V* North River, foot «f W*»t 24tn St.
Fnrnessla May 3. noon! Astoria May IT. boot
Ethiopia..... .Mar !•■ n'Kin Anehorta..... . May- 2+. noon
Xwln-^crew 5 9 "Columbia -news May 31. Jan* 2S
F~r^t saloon. ».>' and upwards.
Second suJncn. *».3t> and up: tntrt class. CM and ia.
HEINOERSOX BROTHER.-'. IT and 19 Broadway.
AMERICAN LINE.
•9 XEW-TORK- SOUTHAMPTON— LONTO^T.
St. Loafs. Apr. 3D. 10 a. m. j St. Paul May 1-4. 1#» a. m.
Pnlladeipnla.May T. Hi a. m. ; 3t Loots. ... May 21. It* a.m.
RED Hal LINT.
NEW-TORK— ANTWER P— P AUTS.
ZeelaaiS Apr. 30. noon j S<rcthwarlt .. May I*. Boon
Frteslar:.'. Mar T. i - ■■ Va.t^rlaniJ May 21. noon
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANT.
PTers 14 and 13. N. B. Office-. 73 BPaawwaa\ ST. T.
V — CUNARD LINE.
■**" TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
rmbrli .. Mar 3. IP. M. Campania. . .May 3*. ST.V.
Luranta May M +P. M. I'mOrla . May 21. » 3
jaxanU May IT. IP. M. Lucanla jane T. 3P. 1L
VERSOS H. BROWN .* CO.. Gen. Agents.
■Zt BROADWAT. NEW TORK.
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE.
NEW TORK— ROTTERDAM VIA BOULOGNE 9. If.
>few Twin— i'crew s-teaocern of 13.*»»» tons Register.
JrJSST* RVNDA3I it,, 3. 10 a. M.
£££"" ROTTERDAM May ia » A. M
*■**'" NOORDAM May IT. »*_«.
Apply to Holland-America Une. ■ B'wjt. N. T.
A — WHITE STAR LINE.
* NEW-TORK— <3rE£N.-»TOWN— UVEaPOOT*.
Oceanic Apr. 30. II a. ■ Germanic May i+. noon
tmtir May 7. noon; Teutonic . May 21. noon
Cel'lc . ' ..May •T a. m. : Cymr.c . . . M.-v 23. «:3» a. m.
pter'*49l North. RWer. OCce. » Broadway. SJaaj York.
RED IT LINE.
■*■* for La. Guayri. Puerto Ca^e^o. Cuneen. and '•''-*-
■•■'bo. Tla Curate* Callln* alar, at San Juan. P. R.
' w Fm«i a->t*"-t» PhfT. ■»•>• * "
3. S. CARACAS .Saturday. .May 3. anna
I" 3 PHILADELPHIA Samrdar. May 17. nooa
* Tae^eVessKls Sara »operter areomfn.j.ajffcma for [i*.
seng-r* BOrLTON. BLISS * PALLSTT.
General Managers. 135 Froat-st.
TALI AN ROYAL MAIL 3. S. CO.
-»• KAVIGAZIOXE GENERA LE ITALIA. ***
* WEEKLT SAILINGS TO
V \PLE3 — ENOA— a lex a xd,ri a.
Archlmede.* v;.- 2a,'Llinrla^ Mir xt
£Jli^r£-7 ' .. May t» Lomt>ar>lta J un « W
, ' «iv SI ["laarf Jwn. v
>>w9t>urn. Dlnln^-room on Promenade Ewe*.
* " For rates and other Information apnly to
HIRZEL. FELTMANN & CO.. 11 Broadway. jr. T.
\fALLORT STEAMSHIP LINES.
■*•'-*■ From Vsw Tork Wadnaatiays. Fridays an ■: =>T:rtaym>
FOR TEXAS GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets Issued to ail
potaUln T««. Colorado. ■-•- .■;* CallfornU. *«ic*
ac Geonrtx Florida. Ac. E-ell*Jitral E2srarskwa.
WrttT^for our «>-p«*» "Pock.t Guide" fmailed trmi.
c. H. MALLORT * CO.. i*- Agtst PIT 20l a a. 9. t.
FAST ITALIAN LINE.
LA VELOCE."
N*v»in, r- Itallana * Vaporw to Vi; _"" " "»- _
REGULAR U. S. MAIL 3F.RVICB ■•BHT WBBt
Cltta dl Tortao May 5 MM Anwrtca. i _l»ajr I.
Lanre. cabins. Dtnta? satooa on pr-niena.ie. deck.
BOLOGNE3I. HARTTIELD A CO.. 39 w«n St.
pLARK'S EXCURSIONS TO EUROPE.
A select party wilt lea»e Jun« 11 &•» Norta G«rmaa
Lloyd, via Naples. »» days; first class. *4». VacaXloa
Excursions. Jun« »l July 4. S. 9- Celtic: Jot m saw
twtn-acrew S. S. Colnmbta.
* wa *~ FRANK C. CLARK. 11l Broadway. N. T.
ALLAN-STATE LINE.
-*■ MM TORIt TO GLASGOW.
Latn^n-tan Apr. »' Men«ollan M«T»
Cartha»lr.Un ... ■ May 21 Laurentlaa Jos* 11 *
Cabin 9*9 and tmwani Second Cabin. CI.V
AUSTIN BALDWIN * CO.. 3a Broadway. N. T.
itOOK'S ETJROPEAN TOURS.
Personally conducted Tours to all parts at Cm »"rt4.
PrcKramme and fall :■•."■■• ■ i-- '- -.
THO3. COOK * SON. 201 * 11S» B'way. ■ T. '
pLYDE LlNE— Charleston Exposition.
V $23.00 ROUND TRIP.
neala and berth tnchid*d; limit IO day*. Tmn V-w
Tork dortos month cf April. ■ LafOTTmti— at C!i ..e — m.
1» St«t« St.. New T-i*.
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