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THE FINANCIAL MARKETS.
I SECURITIES EN DEMAND.
MONET IX BETTER SUPPLY— RAILROAD
EARNINGS. !
The movements of the chief active stocks and ,
bonds In the last week are shown in the follow- ,
ir.g tiihles:
ST<-t< '■<
IHifrtl.l LOW. ";Apr.2tVApr.H>.!Ch'g? : Sales.
AmalCoppt-r.! •«'*: 122«4 *nc»i \ "*!>£* l J^"-™
Jim Sucar....' 1» | 122* IN ; 12-4 —2V }'*-^
Atchlron . I +33 1 * ~i*\ ■ *-2 W,* —IS, •dl*v- >( >
Kklti RapT 71%\ •;•■•*> "■ ■ £&.>*% r'T:-
Can Pacific... I»> II 1 !". 129* j- 129% I'+iJ* ,V ■■'•"
cM& St P.i m - 10TV l«»ji 1-2S; -* , 21s.^»>
am. 1 • I HO 1 , lOSU MWJ 1W%4 -: --:
Erie I 41 ■ 3»"»; -^^ I nsI ' +.J*
Loul«ftN«hi VJ:>^: 12fi 2W j 12*1* +2* ,f'H^
Mar-hHUsn ..i l»8H 134 135 V I^l •« +1* }„-'£
Mo Pactac..-! 103* 101 3ai -2 j "i,-?*'
r**£ftKu&\ i»** lsi ratlins — - ( u*.w>
Ew - «« m* >•?> t?> *-2S- 4 2
. . ...- T: , 71 72', 7" , -IS «;<■"**
South Pa- ...! t»\i\ «H K% *J*lr-* Sl-?2?
Southern Ry. 3S 1 - : SST» S7H 37 : * +J» •^• I*'1 *'
I«a Cft 1..; T4S! -<•■'* 724 ! 72 | - '» , U5.01. 1
Colon Par...: lOS^j 102% Jn.Vi- lfi7H|— 2 4 :.7«- -j
V S Steel....! <T?» , <!"%' 43 j 42^1 -r U: 2yJ.«:\»
Seles IP active *oeta 5.147.355
Ssles all nth<-r - ka .... - '-'" : ''"'
Total "•- "•
•Ex MaMuat,
BOKDS.
Hie 1 -. Low. Ar--"' lp«"M <"h - ires Sales.
ICrr G Ist mc! IK I«7 j «■-•. ! »7 : r - j .<--•:<<•<« 1
do 2ainc... I «2« 4" 11 * 42 i 41». ! + '*' 415.«»
CB&QJ4S. I MS 1 (»• ! '."^ ••' : - ! — '» I 3»ts.<*«*
Crtlcfc. ! ii: 1 * ! »7* II«M : l«ii* ' -l'j 3.Mi»,(K10
OoaTflb««... B«% 65141 » : 65% -21* 14.25>«.«K1
Eri«? Pm- 4*! XiV «■'• '■-<** »<■ - li! 2R6.000
SJex C Ist Inc! 3*> . .13H *4*l .-54 V+^4) 4'.'4<««'
(•.n 2i5 Ine . 1 24 ! 225! 23*1 »•■ - ' 275.000
r.eafl per. 4,«..i M«: 4 ' ■•■ :4: 4 «0»* ■ '•'■'"■* + 4 1 30--..0<«0
.st L. Swn Ist.; 100* 1«« ! 100% 1«"» ' - *»! 217.000
PBiTlnf.! 1« t 12 ! 13 ! 12% +2* B».«JJ
Di Pic in 4! ior,*;! l«s% lO3H 105%J - SlisK-SS
do comt if : XX»% ! ws*i :os»h 1!" —5» «-***-159
T\'an <Jeh n...: 7^ ' --,■-, 77"- 77. ! - \ I.7«r..fn<>
■VV&L.EIM C4s: KJU Slf fl3 ! fITV. ' +I*J >:.<««
■\V|« Cents 4« j M 1 32^ M ! S3 - I - I ! r.C2.JOi»
Sale* If, active Ispupb ~ ?21.2n7.0{»
Total 25.073.m0
THE WEEK IN WAI.!. STREET.
The bull movement in securities made further
progress in last week's market, in spite of the
tact thai on several days sharp reactions were
recorded. Extreme heat in the West naturally
caused crop scare reports, and selling of secur
ities. Subsequent improvement in climatic con
ditions, however, prevented important injury to
Bthe winter wheat, and as a consequence people
who sold stocks because of adverse crop reports
■ere anxious to resume their position on the
ions sice of the market. In the last three days
of the week prices were strong under the in
fluence of an active outside demand for sectir
litles. Enormous araHiHT in Reading supplied
food for much Wall Street discussion regarding
the possibility of a change of control in the
property, but no Information on this point could
be secured (rosa Yanderbilt, Pennsylvania or
Seeding sources. It was thought in some circles
that both VanderbiJt and Pennsylvania inter
ests were buying Reading, while it was reported
that the Goulds were also active in the stock.
The Vanderbilt and IVnif ylvania companies are
working in harmony, Mid in order to have a
better control of the Eastern railroad situation
larpe amounts of Reading shares may have
Wen purchased for Vanderbili-Pennsylvania
account. j
Low priced securities were in good demand
throughout the week. In the railroad list De
troit Southern. Wabash, Kansas City Southern
and Wisconsin Central issues were taken by a
good class of traders. Attractive industrial la-
FUC3 were bought for speculative and Invest
ment account, but in the greater number of
canes trading was comparatively light. Doubt-
Icrs a desire to purchase dividend paying shares
at cheap prices induces quiet investment buying
at stocks, such as American Grass Twine.
American Car sad Foundry preferred and
American Locomotive preferred. And the time
■will doubtless come when stocks of this class
will enjoy marked speculative activity. Indus
trial shares that represent sound money mak
ing concerns are cheat) at ruling prices, and
there is no reason why they should not sell ma
terially higher. The current upward movement
of values la based on conditions governing the
actual value of securities, and as a consequence
all the cheap stocks of genuine merit should
■work higher. Prices in many Issues look high
from the point at view of the people who are
not well po.<=t"d regarding the country's prog
ress, but when actual worth and promising pros
pecis are intelligently considered, the quotation
level does not present many Instances aftere
prices are at an abnormal level.
It is. of course, manifestly lmpoastble to make
estimates of this year's crops. Winter wheat,
however, is far enough advanced to Indicate an
average yield, unless great destruction Is
TVTOBght to the crop. Winter wheat is not the
greatest crop of the agricultural West, and a
small crop will not be of particular Import a a
Jens as ■■ average spring wheat crop is har
"vested. Last year's partial corn crop failure
had little adverse effect on railroad earnings,
owing to the heavy movement of general mer
chandise traffic. The country's export trade baa
fallen off cs a result of th-» com Bhortage, but
otherwise the influence cf this factor has been
•unimportant. Several successive years of crop
failures would naturally cause serious trouble,
■.•• it Is not within the bounds of reason to be
lieve that such misfortune will develop. Kail
road earnings in the West and Southwest are
heavy, notwithstanding the light movement of
grain, the volume of general merchandise traffic
being large enov.gh to cause heavy gains, as
compared with record breaking returns a year
ago. The enormous railway business in the
Southwest is reflected in the Missouri Pacific
earnings for the third week In April, showing a
gain over the corresponding week last year of
$98,000.
Local monetary conditions are sound. Bank
holdings are slowly increasing, whjle the ten
dency lr. rates is toward a lower level. Foreign
exchange conditions may induce gold exports
this spring, but the supply of money in this
country is large enough to make foreign gold
shipments ineffective as important influences
on the money market. In the we^k th*- local
banks added over $3,000,000 to their cash hold
ings, while reserve above legal requirements
rose $2,552,40<) t0T 59,401,050. Money on call
representing bankers' balance averaged A\' t per
cent las; week, with time money unchanged at
4@4H per cent for all periods on good Stock
Exchange collateral. There was a good inquiry
for commercial paper, but th*» supply was small.
In London the Bank of England made no change
In its minimum discount rate. Discounts of
sixty •-> ninety day bills ruled at 2%#2%. The
open market rate in Paris was 2% per cent, and
in Berlin and Frankfort 1-\^l" 4 per cent.
A noteworthy event of the week was the pub
lication of the General Electric report for last
year, showing an available net income equal to
about 34 per cent on the company's £2."i,< »00,000
of outstanding stock. The electrical industry
has made wonderful progress in the last few
years; as reflected in the General Electric Com
pany's business. For Instance, from 181)5 to
1596. the company's sales averaged $12,000,000.
•while in lhW the business rose to >:].") 070 4.'{o
to §22.37^.463 in 1900. to $25.7&3,275 in 1001,'
and to $32,338,030 in 1902.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Government bond quotations compare as follows
With those of a week ago: t i
rHlt«a 18.^ r->prll 20.-,
*£>'«, Bid. auk-: n<<j. uSi
t. £. 2*. reclrterefl.... K*S lOBTi 100>* no *
I". g. 2». coupon ]'X.S 110 H»% 110
U. 8. Be. registered 10** ]<*.■» lQk\. ;t...i 4
V. B. B*. coupon 10a'/« 110 1004 110
C 8. 3s, *msUl 10»'.4 110 lOOVi 11«
41, reirls'.erefl. 1007 111V4 112 lll^ 112
4«. coupon. 1907 ... Ill 1 * 112 115>4 112
«■, v; :»•••"•.. 1»25 j3r 13<>«4 13* IS* l *
«■ <--,!.;■ •. •:<:" :.■.•»::■.. 131i'4 ::<..t\
.'.» rerl»tered. iflo« jot,* 100* 105% i«%
f»«, coupon. IJKM 107 10* ]O7 ]r).s
*— tilrt el Columbia 3-<Z* . 12.V* — US* —
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Following 1. the ua, table glvin, the number of shares of .11 '^f^^J^SSn^
with the highest, lowest and final prices of the week, the final prices .of ****£* to\*e year, with
prices of April 27. MM. the net changes in the week and the high and low prices in
the high an! low prices in the year 1901: — — — _^ Range 1W l~Rangelwl."
" 1 April , Actual Arrll 2* I April , I ! High- I>-"- "'f' *%£
i |i: !
*^z^r?EEr"^\ m jpi gj z %\ «*$ » | f
ssfesa-sisS =i m % z* jfl f 3*
c :::::::::::! M £\ £\ z\: i£S g» |J I
American Car & Foundry.. 25S 1 I I 1 1 :f' 1 I 1 P I
do preferred J»fc 'Jl\i 88J4 »>% %> + \ T. 3&\ lb.KM\ 54** JO 1 :: *^| Jj
lo preferred Oil 2» i Mfc »f« gg g* % i 300 «J 86- Wm\ ,7,!
He prefcrrc-5 87 | «H«| »fi »»»» ; »>^ • R 5,4^, io J£i *> 2"
American District Telenraph | 35 | 23" i 2 -' 1 " 3,-ij ",- -r 2U , 19.233 81>» 1«> *** !£>
Arnrriran Express | - | 230 I 230J Mg I ■%] + 2V4 15.-.-33 31-» 16 «* g*
•American Ie- 3»H; li'Hj l?'«n »•.' ! J?i? 4i; ( 7,330 «J' »* A/,,* 51^
Mo preferred 73 «2 5 -' 1 » *;i s :V^ - « B «10 -'» 55 «■ 31
.A-mer^-^omoti;;::::::! H& & g^i &~ £ uk\ « f 1
•American MaJtin* « •« «* „*: - „r . ' . v , MO SS S W -> '■■ '
Mo r-referrM i"' I 24 j -.- ♦ 23; ji*' — J', 25,102! 41 " 1 ' Sj? , M , M -
•'.rb^S-". 1 "::::::::: S"i S St ,« ,< ; - ,5i SSS .S'j Xi M 1
•*.ri*'.,S,"' t mi 'Si 'Si S ! & - ! ;: is !S4 .a. ■?» «•
~S|4^ : |i i ! Ip li f j i v 11! i 1 i
Amen-Ur. To) ft Cable M « » ;; | 400 151% H'\ »»- 'f^
;rrf 147 131 l» IM ] "'" ' . v MO 1714 13^ - »*
•American Woollen i L' 4 I*. JgA i,,* " _, ; 622 .'•' I ';; j -,4, 4 08^
Ii f $ f f x!.| HI r I
A«oSXrl«pref - » » » g H _l H 818.350 8« »^J t g 7<l
•American Tel * [ TM i f 1^. 1 !- fi I 11 f 1 1 1
•American Qnm Twiai ' - »g -'i.:* ,*g« „\ __ 2 *»*°° n - ' , 97 B3H
P»ltlm..re & Ohio MSH WJ5* I'^ '^" _l 4 "'L 1 §?, SS -^. »5
SF^d II €' S. i f ASM +** 1 ll< ! 1 C
®es I€f f f t? 1 1 1t c
Buffalo R«ch' « : Pltt-bur»...| -I 1" »»„ "^ »» '_ 2 u' 10.200 jn »}t g«»
: Canada Southern «J, »J* .^* j^U +1^ l^-'' 7 " }jS % JJs^ ]4r.' t
Canadian Pacific ?•> J»* JJ 2 ** }r°» }^ 'j _i j S.S.K.I 1»^ 1^«; J ;^M „„
Meri^::::::M e ri^:::::: ■§ ft. g. » % it 11 '- ;:; :: I 4I 4 1 5»
CWc^oGrejtWe^ern ». li 1 11 111 1 1
g^afe::::: :: g | g j | g g £ g |
-S—:;,:;::S —:;,:;:: | f f f if I IS w f » : I I
Chirap, & N-rthwest 2»K SB ,|« j j gg* $ v 1.125 2fi}^ ; J,^
c^ KSr^ni-*-Kcific: m g in ■«•; i«* =2S2 S *g gg inSjl »] |»^
s^Kto - & 1 w % =| gi £ i » g
c^c^T^^:::::::::: 5-»g§§4 -« i i 10^ f^ ! §i p
K^Jlln^: m $ aSJs. is* == -ss l^ n : , ! 1 ?
Colnrad-. * sooth JH l- v "2* 2^, S* _ m 2.200' •:■'« :;"•• S, „.,
! illl f f f 1 I =>! r i 1 1 1 1
CnmTrerclal rahle ' IT!> 1->S l->« ISS , W2 . _ ; 100 sr. W <«
1 liilflll ft ill! I
in fill I illf 1
•Duiuthso Shore &- AtHntlc « w | I- i.,« |"i -,; -T , v _ , .. Kji I■l-do1 ■ I
do 2d preferred 57 '•> •>' J* 1 SJji _i I 14001 74«, 50 <»^ 41
1 1 1 il l 11 1 i 1 £
ill 1 1 8 li I- h\ If I £
International Pap^-r Wi W» r ] = j ;], , T•, .-,.4«w. T7 •-, .4 "IH .
. ffl^;:: Tk a^ «? hg" *" r=i • ■&&! I 3S %T' 1
•imemationnl Silver « g* 1« « } x ' , „ « 61 ■ SJ,
do r rere:rea RJJi ; (^,, Jl,, yj 7 , ?™», _ iC' ».<WOI MU »7H «j> , jj
Kirn. City FS & M rref - g* B g g% *, , v>l , :r . ,- , J . ... -.
» _v_ Shore — ' s *' . "■ 340 I 3 J" . V... no I", 1 »1 ! "'■\ ! •» ! '•'
BUK "saaii:::::: .Si :§« II «£ ft : » *S l ? 2 :t 2 2 : :
iSSK gl.^:::.v::: & A. » ,- <p m +} 5 "^S 'S* ? » --
Maryland Coal rrer "2% .3 '- '* • *z _ a . 13.2001 174 150 177 , >••"
•Metropolitan Street Ry - "4 i 151% ';♦ ia I - : >^ , ny . n".
ST*&»Ai:: : = "IT 2 -2 - — : - '- 5 ' ■
f&.::.:::::::: 5■ » gd S^; £ = 3 « 5K S5 . *
M^c^^^JcVrV.-- -^i 44SJ- « S j Jy ,SS| ,^ ,g
EH g» i v §? i •'* 7 -- i S ] S: 'I*
ffi«S?SYa^^s — |i I ks ; l» » ±^| Man & &\ X
M^^ r^ a^-TV^;:: 82 I- '•• *** |h =1 %; - iuwi »-v "4 • .t" - g
?iSSS-;'**t^-.::: »j4 m g» = * ;,:.:. ,-: -,
m:^ v:, SSflc I K-7S ;«% «JJ4 »m . . :,, 5 ,,, i« - «o 7. : .
Naahvll> * Chattanooaa- . . - 1 -- ''J 1 - '? •, '25, • 2 1 9S0 «3<< *3S W
s * W'S =gj '•-! }ffl g$
.^^^ka^::::: S» £ X :i £; iij Hi I ;- v ]-j «,
New-Ycrk Cental 1W 1«S IMJ4 !«** »™T4 +_^H ) _ vv> , r|ll ., „„,., r<7T; ,^ t
N V Chicago *- Bt Louis...! SSH -''*'-, -I 1 *. MJ» Vl;;,',V 1 ;;,', • , nno: <„,-. ' h» ' V- ' 47
... •_„ prererrrfl ' 72 ' s '"j, ™ , gp» ,-; 3 J-^ ion . .-•••. 3f( ,. ; ; 47-,: 4 -
Xew-Tork Dock nref ! — •'■•• 5S •-• ; MH s '. p .'.«-!> ' 24« I 2i«n 7 ' 217 '■ 2in
N T New-Haven i Hartford' 214 24S 224 24* j 224^ +3S^ ,„,>,,„, n r U ' .12 I 4<"^' 2*
Norfolk & Western "V f*^ » I* g _. 2! '^inftl s. » I I-". «
do American WJi »«J4 '-' , '- '. '-;,, , "*, inn »v ,R, , i,, , , T .y;
North Am-rlcan 6*14 »*»J* 12 ' . "g^ J -;' i _] ; jnrtl !>u: 7«4 13 ' •«'.«
Ontario Silver ' ■ , BH .fi 1 «H «i ; ' . lU| . 7<l n ,::,
Partflc Coart M pref 71 » g , W - . tVI „,-. „ 101 :<•_■.
. fr*^:::::::: At @if A „: --; - v.r S
Pere Marquette — ••• ••• ••• j '1 , _ « • inol k-T ' M I sn ! 72
Prr &Pt Lnuie w- R», ss w ; - ron , 44% , a! , . r .i%i 3ft
P r^r^^-.-.-.":::::: S? J« ! ' g - » ?gj 2 ?f j ,^
Sfe^::^i — £ J 5 £■ ■ Si ' |g^i S» Sij || f
• .■.- f - rr - : ■.::::::::: : m S,i :SI «%j jgj wjvgg u»j «^j Jg»
rfo M r ref»rrM -<■•!♦ «7 K3% -» . -, »"• 2 , J|nno ! .„, , ,-v. ' ?4 > ,P<
•^r*^ 1 ::::::::::::: 21 =*' . I;;-, W W* -'.; Jig! ... , g*j gij r .. v
preferred ' 7. t W 7«4 .•■■-. J^ % - - - ... - ,-, . r . M , , a
P.utland rrer -. — J£- ; >» ,| ';} 'i* ?, _ 'S, V^, 74^1 «!« | 7RHI ."
a « Sd preferred J W 74;, 72J* 74 74£] Jlflfl ,, (|U . ..„_. „.
- -:l:^^':.-::::::; S* SS I J-, ~ rj SSI m««S& %&
ta— Bheff nee] &• 8W....1 " . •» , » " S , , 500 m 2 "Mj
jy&S5S^:^:::::: h; g g g »* T 3 gfeg Si! st*! :;:> g
Southern R-Uroid r ::::: ; &»§ig SS JiS . & "7-: : ;T; T % «7",
SSS.w'SSSSi::! g| £i »gj »;i ±^i '^ : E; UB B.
Twin Cltv KnpM Transit... .4 124 122. 123 1»» _*, • , „, , „ , JPS4 , ,o
•• JJSRA. 1^:::::::: - ; : : ft £ ,-, ,«. ( =J5 > V((V ,;.: ♦, ... , ,S»! „.
rntoiP.cM^ i«*i 1^ «^t «JW* \,, «. ;' B >ft ..1- M-. •..,:., m\
"■ Silli fe: PI I I 111 P I
. @g|! p |! pi I 1 i| -J I I f- i;;
„* 5 2 T * r^rrir - «v 7'.^ - 7w n \ 71 1 44 ln^*- -■<. «n ?•> 1 m
SSSii : 3. : ii::::: m: -v -* ; - v SS»! ti*! BS SS. !SS !5 :!8
<** lrt preferred j — - - ( « , o,, Ti . o- A; < j_ jul .M 7nm «7 I ?i«4l ?« I m',
S^*^*rfl^iii ......■.:•.;..•.:; ok; o-vo -v -»j -*] 44»;' ; «4i r.5.0^.! ,-; ■»«.*' .- %
tt-o:. Fa'eo h«™- «_ — •■, , - ' fl?1/4 , -„„. rul- o ,f,, f , 1? o .„-., PJJI* „,...- R1
S«7 l r'; n vl rrTe i in ' "IH' W'i' nut rv«:! 4. >x;: -r.wi 2m' it • ?•• 1 u*i
UWIT * 'I*' W , . „ ■». ,-•• .;,. r7 , i. ?lt S 7.,/-, R , ,V, S< ' IS
J. 1- Tiref<rr^ ,J. „,^. „,., ,- iIA , „*• _^ , ul «n«>! ->-- 1 ■- I .is I ■■.
r> . «>.i rre'or-e^ , m , v , •»! j,,;, «n,i x x , ?i "•" ■>•■• I ir,, 4|4 | C ' '41.,
i^7?T.*-'-" 4 a '-i' 4S>r ''' 4S ' 4S * i! 4 " 1 4- **' 0.1-V> r *°'-*' 3»'»l 4 ° ;> - ;l _ 3S ''
"t^! 'fnrThe week 7.548.800
; •miirt*«. ; : ;
JUNK EXCHANGES: SALES RECORDED.
The bark exchange? of th* New-York Clearing
Ho, and the storks. sold at the New-York Stock
Exchange last week and for the same week of the
precedlnc two years compare as follows:
A"r!l "« '02. April 27. '01 April 2.«. '*>
THE LONDON MONEY MARKET.
I>mdon. April There was fair trading on the
Stock Exchange last week on the prowlnp convic
tion that pear* 1 was in * ht - but the tightness of
the censorship deprived the market of news upon
which active speculation would otherwise flourish.
The market continues to Increase Its indebtedness
to the bank, and there is small prospect of speedy
repayment The bank is buying up whatever sold
Is available In the open market, and is therefore in
a fairly strong position. Consols stand up remarka
bly, hut since numerous purchasers are borrowing
money at 3 per cent to carry their commitments an
unloading and a decline may reasonably he ex
pected. 7: * ■"-
Home rails principally are deriving benefit from
the talk of peace, while the rumor connected with
the shipping combine that Southampton would be
come the principal passenger terminal sent the
shares of the London and Southwestern still fur
ther up. Th* shares of the Cunard Line benefited
by more, ...an 60 shillings in the course of the week.
The week In American eecurltles was rather ex
NEW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. APRILJg 1 _1902.
citing, and there were various internrrtatlors of
the activity of the John W. Cites contingent. Coal
ers were strong, especially Reading:, Canadian Pa
cific* rose sharply in connection with the shipping
combine.
Silver !3 still nervous and unsettled on continued
Chinese sal*>s. nil it is the foneral onlnlon thnt a
further decline Is probable. Mines were dull, wait
ing for news of peace.
THE WEEK'S TRADE AT BERLIN.
Berlin. April 27.— The. characteristic feature of
the Doef a in the last week was the growing ease
of money, without a resultant animation in specu
lation, and consequently the monthly settlement is
passing under the easiest money, rates perhaps
ever known <ln Berlin. The private rate of dis
count in the last week reached IV£ per cent, the
lowest rate ever recorded. Money for the carry
over was had at 2 per cent. The monthly settle
ment shows unusually light engagements.
The series of annual reports up to the end of 1901.
which has been published in the course of the last
two months, has disappointed the public. Hence
the tendency to sell industrial holdings, the result
of which was manifested in the last week in the
general decline of industrial shares.
The reports of the iron market represent that
situation to be quieter, hut the export demand re
mains strong, particularly to the United States,
which is buying more billets and plates, while the
Southern States are buying more rails. Iron shares
declined generally, and some went dowa sb-iu>U-.
The coal trade did not show improvement, and coal
shares weakened.
The most animated stock in the week was again
Canadian Pacific, which continued to be bought
heavily for English and American account. The
recent heavy exports of this stock to the Unite.l
States have caused a scarcity of shares here; con
sequently literal premiums were paid for loans <>
this stock for the carry over. The general ten
dency of American securities, however, remains un
favorable.
A weekly financial review published in FranK
fort says:
The news from the United States concerning
giKantic undertakings is received hire with >'•!•
Uciszn, because it la believ»-d that the conscience
less manipulators who momentarily -.ontrol "' t
American market, now more than ever. ml^ n '
easily yield 10 some whimsical impulse, of wntcfl
the European market would pay the costs.
Some municipalities are taking advantage of the
unprecedented ease of money to issue loans, The
85,000.000 mark 1 per cent loan, lasted by Vienna,
was subscribed for in Germany and France at jr. 4.
Schoencberg, a suburb of Berlin announces a loan
of 30.000.0Uu marks at ■'■'■■ per cent. The market lor
German and Prussian 3 per cents has improves
slightly on London orders. „
'me crop report of the empire, issued on April
13 snows that good conditions prevail everywhere,
The Vulcan Shipbuilding company, of Stettin.
has declared a dividend or 11 per cent Hie- am
dend declared by tins company In 1966 was also M
ptr cent
MISCELLANEOUS SISCI RITIEX.
STOCKS.
(Furnished by Frede-lc U. Hatch. No. 30 Droad-st.)
~ I I>lV. I Div. I I
I rate. I period. I Eld. [Ask'd.
Anifri.-an Can : — i I \-\ - 13**
American an pref — i I ol '„\ ''.'.,,
American VVinuon Glass I - | ■ •'■"': \') *
Amer. Window Uiasa pret.. — j ■ *>'•' , -;1; 1
American Bank Note — I •" 1 ,',' '
American Book Co i — I v^ I «33 Il*']I I *']
American Chl( le i 1" 1 'i ■' «* j 10
.■ rcerlcan Chicle pn f i •> I W-J ■•"' ! ~T,,
American Hide & Leather.. j — I ~ * **
Am. Hid< & Leather pref...| — '-'■' - ♦*
American Thread Co. pref.. 5 Q-D 3» * »
American Graphophone S Q D *■'■ «j
American Graphophone pf.. ** W-F "•"' ,*»•'
Am. 1 rets Assocratlon 0 Mo 00 1""
Am. Soda Foun. com — j - »
Am. .-.Kla Koun. l?t prei... — •** *•?
Am. S. la Kova. -'■! pref. ■■ — ! ' !'.
Amer. Typefounders'..". 4 Q-J ! 4S , •'.-:
Ameri Writing Paper com.. {— ■■■ 2* *»
Amer. Writing Paper pref.. -- j — 1 lo'-j, I-
Barney S.* car pref I 8 ' Q M i 123 I 135
Bay State Gas I — , „,*! , n - '*
Borden'e Cond. Milk pi I « I I 10" I 10 .' ,
J<:i:i £ Columbia Copper-- j:f- , , »%l »£
Cast Iron 1 Upc I— i >••, J» il
Cast Iron Pipe pref I — j — — •» • - «
Con. Fireworks com ; — I : -• r'
On Fireworks pref ; 7 I F* A I 85 70
.-.,, & So. Am Tel i 8 Q-J 103 10'>
• hei. & Pot. Tel 1 4 I Q-J , 90 : ••"
Chesebrough Mfic ! V i Mo 130 «0
Clatlin (H. B.) Ist pret , B Q-F 100 ;V
Claflln tH>i B.) 2d pref I « Q-J 1""' I 1";!I 1 ";!
<-r-mpr.-SM-.l All I — '" | 1-
Con. Car Heating I V I F*A 60 , 5"
Cramps S. & K. )«M. ........ I — — — ••'
Denver Tramway I 4 | Q-M | 80 I 100 =
Dominion Securities I— j ', 111-*. 11JJ»
Electric l*w'. Reduction 1 — 1 -'*, -•*
El.cttle Boal om I — I 3. 1 »
Electric Bal prel I— | 50 : °-.
Electric A'ehlclo C0." c0m..:. — , ** '■ •
Electric Vehicle Co." pref ■ .i— i ■'.* 'I, 1
■- Pneumatic ' — — — — , »'» -
Empire Steel com I — ■ I ° I "
Kmpire Steel pr«-f — i 8 I -}
Flerr.lnfc-wn Coal & Coke | — — •»
C-neral <arrliK<* ....... i — V. < it* 3
Gent ral Chemical ... I 4 Q-M ■'■ I- «0
General Chemical pref ( 6 Q-J j 1«» | H'l
llackensack Meadows :— • ■•;• ""••
Havana Commercial ' — »-* "
Havana ■ -onimercl.il pref. — ] 4.. ■'['
Herring-Hall-Mao-in .... — ■ -* .*•«
HTrinn-Hall Marvin Ist pi — 35 ■».»
Herring Hall Marvin 2fl pf. — » | ~
Hobnken Fern — '» I '°
H h ken Land * Imp — "TV ',',. ,"
Hudson River Tel - Q-F l"0 105
International Banking — 205 -10
International Salt — ' 4 J^,,
lion gtranitKiat — — — rr "■
T Tl Gt^tH«^n com ....-..-- 10 J fit J 1» —
j! h! |{«»S pref S J& J 130 140
Lorlllard Jiref » Q" J *••
Marilson Square GarJrn — — — — - J " "J
Markeen Copper -" "~~~ ,^.. ; m*.
S!^rgenthfll.-r Un '>;■• -■■■ " 1 1-,- ■ 1^;' :
National Enamel & Stamp. . — — — - -;,= ••'.''
National Knamel tie 8 praf. _T | _y^|_ 63 -,
N. X. A E ',- F«VrV.:.'.-"» ;-4; -4 !V 1 £ <m
N. Y. Loan .>. Imp * Q ;» ~
N. Y. AN. J. Tel v . ? « J •'•' ':'
N V El. Vail & Trani-. <>. — 11 J •« *
North Plane Copper I — ! — 1 "..'.■,
Northern Securities 1— ! ••,"* i -t 1
s. a « Q-J
,:*
Pr".U*A WWulrTpf/newV.: a ■. :; » —
Procter. AOamble Au« 340 3-^>
Procter & Oambi* pref J J^L -'„; -;','
{i^'iufkmui-oailer-pref:: 6 Q-j" IWH 108
Barety Car Meat ... J* •» J^tJ 142
Baboard Alr.Lln«prVf 1— | - ■■- lifi Si
-' • . . ,■ ,C iso
Blmmona Hardware com n.. ft . An-F I^o ;IW
Blmmona iur.!*»r« 5« pf.. — ~~Z ! i Saa
SimmHU lh.rdvvar'- i! pf---; — . | .'.. , .'.-,,
Blr.K« Mfg. Co j V Q: T ,-;.".' ■:'.
Standard Oil }. QJ '•- "•,-
Btandard Coupler ... ; ; \ , ! y. M Ij ■ ™ ±
Standard* Coupler • pref j 8 ,■'* ■' !-•• , —
Standard Flour MUllnit.r... - »*
Btan-lard Flour MllllnKpf...— "•{ , -^
Standard Flour Mill, tonds. — • ■ M , m^
.7 Q ' 104 i
10th A 23d Street Ferry ■ — | fv J ■ I ;::.. r;
••■--•■ •■:;••>' " • " i „ to
TreM«n Potter!** cm 1 » "
Trenton Potteries pref — 2i _
Tr'«- Dlrertory. n'-w i " I _ as
V S Envelope com >•••• i ~ " -, ; ! J,^
l-nloni - 1^.:::::::: i w j;« ! -'•
fnloa Switch A Signal.. r... — r ; »*• *~
Union Switch A Blirnal pf... — - l ? «>
Unlcn Typewriter c0m.....; — r — "T"^ ,JS _
irnlon Typewriter M prjf.. • AA p .-
Vnl..n Typewriter 2.! pref... 8 A& <> 19J
Unlvernal Tobacco com j- | \,, 411
Universal Tobacco^ pre« -- .^.^
5^:1^"^"::::::::::::!- !-— „ ,, i is(i
I-! s! Gla*s pH . !S! S
I. 9. PHnl ■ - ■,■■•■," ! ~ Imo ' -„•-,
-...••.■ , Air Brake.;. . \_ , « ■,:, j"_
Worthlngton Pump pref • j M ■ > j '-.| I jj^
\mita Knob <■,-,• .7; l_— a.l*r _I__ :
BONDS.
• — — " "~ I In) ; Int. I I
, rate.) period. I Did. lAak'd.
v rrall*candit. v 8 Fa" A I 100 102
American Wrttlng Paper 5». .; J& J j
Barney A Smith^Car « J* J »»
Brooklyn .Ferry. - ...•-•_» '• * ,, 0 „-,
Carneide Steel 5s •--• : ;. o\ ,- « ()
C & <). Oraln Elevator inc. — — - »jj
ca „. Grain Elevator 4 A* ° ,jj „,,
Cape Brjton Ry. i> S« j - , % v , h
International Stiver :::: J•> J , %!j\ [ i _
Iron Steamboat .......••••• « ■» * Z. _
Madlßon Square Garden Ms. <. MA N _
Maine Steamship ■• •• •— IM* N,| 10« 1'"
Metropolitan Ferry Is! •_• «« « I "•> «»
nj. h,. ■••:<"»•••»'■"• ;;( „ v/v n io»» 100
v v I Klscult -.1.:.. 1 .:.- •• 1 « M* S "■■■ =
Ne*-Tork Biscuit ■ I •'• J* J »2 _
N. i. at N. J. i ; l i«i
Northern Pac. con W - - - , \ m „,-.
Swift &Co Ist.. ■: 1% , | IOCS lOfl
10th A 23d Street Kerry. V:.. B J& J !
T'-xas * Pacific <V.nl lsts... <j A • %
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
The Tribune has printed the gross earnings of
fifty rillrolds or systems for the second weekln
April Of these; thlrty-eisni return gains of ■>•-■-
041 or 11.1 per cent, and twelve return losses of
Jlf,2 04-, or 11.2 per cent. The whole shows a gain
of l M 's», or 7.1 per cent The Tribune ha, also
printed the gross earnings of thirty-three railroads
or systems for the third week in April of which
twenty-nine return gains of 1756^89, or 15.4 percent,
and four return losses of $25.U5. or 10.7 per cent..
The whole shows a Rain of 1728.174, or 11.1 per cent
Second wee* in APTU , , lff ,., ,„,..,. Pc
s gasaa.-.-.-.-'i-fea s«s? KS:^ &
Total 50 <- ...VM-l.r.U ?T.5fi9.642 Inc. $:.t!l.»M» 7.1
Tiiir.i week in April «--•• ■•*• i-. i
1 SSSSK: ;::*£S *'^" '"• "-■>* »|
Total 33 coß..*:..S!M;,lt>st 15.188.808 Inc. jr:MT» 14.1
CENTRAL, OF GEORGIA!
1908. 1801. moo.
Number of miles 1.M4 l.ffiO 1.500
ThlTdweek in April... $122 WO fW.120 *'••*•»«'*
July 1 it. April 21 6,478.8*0 6,844.818 5.159.304
CHICAGO AND EASTERN ILLINOIS.
Number of mil" "27 727 . MS
TMpI week in April... 9135.9UU $125. $1«3 1
July Ito April 21 4.988.011 4.850.0 M 1297.321
' CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS AND LOUISVILLE.
Number; ot miles 546 540 EMS
Thirl week in. April... $«>,(•»;.-. $S4 iilrt $78,493
July Ito April HI 3.ta^.f»L> 3.25QT454 3.344. 41i>
DETROIT UNITED RAILWAY.
Third week In April... 168.882 *40.335 $ 1-2
Jan. l to April 21 027.78S ti«;.-.;i M2.7M
HOCKING VALLEY.
Third we<k In April... (118.018 $572.224 $107,040
July 1t« April 21 4.055.16S 8.741.909 8.481.816
■INTERNATIONAL 1 AND GREAT NORTHERN.
Number of miles 886 820 775
Third week In April... IBB.MO $05,027 $08.8X1
Jan. 1 to April 21 1.388.170 > 1,484.412 3.622.313
KANAWHA AND MICHIGAN.
Number of mile* 173 173 173
Third week In April... $22,014 $15,447 $14.4,*.2
July 1 to April 21 f-71,377 724.003 6M>tf
NORFOLK AND WESTERN.
Number of miles 1.675 l.BflO 1..'.5S
Third week In April... $3*7.040 $305,188 $285,081
July 1 to April 21..... 14.002. <1i«t 13.0."i2.1rt7 11.130.775
SOUTHERN.
Number of ml'es »i,732 fi.727 0.297
Third week In April... $711,988 $^47.1111 $813,323
July Ito April 21 80,560.184 20.211.531 26,776.743
TWIN CITY RATIO TRANSIT.
Third week In April... 088vMB $53,547 .. — _
Jan. 1 10 April 21..... 1*73,117 801.722 , .
ALABAMA GREAT SOUTHERN.
Number of mi 1........ 310 .^ £0 $3 3.6«
Second week in April.. f^^ j7^ :,,4 1. 707 422
July 1 to April 14 l.f)«_.-lJ '•""•'
CHATTANOOGA SOUTHERN. •
Second week la April.. W. 214 «!.»» ?^2
July 1 to April 14 i3.04S T 'L-,v-r>
COLUMBUS. SANDUSKT AND HOCKING.
Number of miles JLi." 22 «ii SSR — —
S«conrt week ln April.. *21.20S |"'§s^
July 1 10 April 14 U54.301 615>.630
TOROXTU. HAMILTON AND BUFFALO.
Number of miles *? tint
Becond week In April.. $10,105 ,tooi«
July 1 to April It 383.605 310.016
TEXAS CENTRAL.
Number of miles.... . _ "'! <tl 632 S" i">>>;
S?s%S{r?:: &S SiS «-
ATCHISOX. TOPEKA AND SANTA FE.
Month of March— _ .<.,„. ft>ns<>
ber c. < r^-:::::: *:™f| *gg™ »5^
Operatlnx expanses 1!..3.>.1-» *—»**? _t_—^
m a^siiSiM
' ?urrlus . .."*i.S7-.oil *i.580.720 $t,«M>*l
July 1 t» M^rch 31— rio 1851C4 J35.005.82fl
Opr-ratir.^ expense* — g^aw.€n ih.iti.— W«
Net earning t.m05..?.^!..^ Sir, 023«3S ai2.MK.-tM
Taxes and rentals 1.«>3.3H- i.o»-."t- 1 - 44 - 1
Surplu- *17.725.4:; $14,520. $12,450,931
BUFFALO. ROCHESTER AND PITT?BrRG.
Month of Mnrch — 4 - o 310
SSS^IiS-^.:::::. «^i J^?U
Operating expenses 3-ti.»».» — •* -"•»•
Net earning .... »MaV«B $227,745 ***.™
July Itn March 31— . »a&is ■ass
Gross earnings ?I..osai- ♦'■-.-'^ ..'«.* ,rM
Operating eat"-"— ... 2.716.152 **»**— >■«»*.■ b-t
Net earnings » m 0... aMM.BS« $1>1«.7«1 $1,391,701
GEORGIA RAILROAD.
Month of March— «m» •»« $16rt.ICS
Gross earnings 'JlS'Sfi llfiij7 02 174
Operating expanses 11N.401 lll> -"°' __Jl_
Net earning .- $6r>.BM •«.« •««
Operating expenses i1iw.314 __ _ _ -
cSSLa-s.r.— •«« J« s --
T ,.,,, earntn,, ItWJM •«"■ «■■=•■«»
HOCKING VALLEY.
Month of March — 14 _ . 347
! MET.:::::: •*•§ -^3-
Expenses and taxes... 2»>l. •-■> -' J ." tl _'
Ne, char^::::::::2ii^ t«gg _!i!^
Fixed ehargea __'_ —
Surplus *T6.350 $30,004 $77.
July Ito March 31- «T 404 fi»l $.nSS.&6J>
Gross earnings '„•:;;',<. < aSS 1.fc01.274
OperatlrK expenses 2.3.4.15.> Z.OMS.I-> '^
Net earning 0 mo,. ■«■ *1.«^2 -^a
Other income 3,>h..>»)i •"""'
Total income $ 1 .7n 5 .7,7 51.773.110 f1.43> =73.
Charges ' ' _. . —
Fu , >JS 51.075.C53 $1.0«>.70s tOMM
MANI3TIQUE.
Month of March — s r,
Number of mile- ■* M 0.705 J9 4-'"»
earning* *•« 4">7
Expenses and ta*e»... — 7 — *•
Surplus ~ *«« »*» " •*•*
Jan. Ito March 31- •»« -53s •«
Operating -■xp'n^s 7 I__ ,^
R^IM-Nr,. frToerickSurg AND rOTOMMT 12
Month of February- -—--• , Tn „77. $72.
Oro«. earnings -- Vi" 45 785 4'\4P<>
Expenses .••..!.«» ___2_ll_
.-.At «>nrnin*r.« $32.2T,3 *.w.i. 131.5 M
July 1 to Feb. 2S— $.',0t».572
Gross earning!. -• s^;l^ % 337.0-9
Expenses 4..r..» I-
Net earnings i mo,. $204,730 " ; SSMUS "**■
RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN.
Month of February- rt ,^>
Number of miles aacJUt aW.2M $40.«T.4
o^u^3^:::_j2t3 "A 4"1 2171^
OreratlnK expens»s "•"•' *"* '
c^ r «^;;;;:;; Iffl _^£ __*£?
PurplUS *a>.<» 7 ' JM4 Jl - 1M
July Ito Feb. 25— ,333 51 « $37*022 $110,404
Grow earnings *?,«m"! 150354 1*2.417
ting mxytVMß.... VAXa wr\
Ket -rmno • moa. *m.«« «gg
Cfc arges. WI.T» *»..-«l _ '32.737
Surplo. -M.W J^-^ $:?2T:!7
#Drtlelt wiiiaHT«Tnxß AND TENNILLE.
Month of F«hruan— .noon »m fi27 $1* iT->
r.ross earning......... *^»^ *' Sor.oS or.o 10.4-"
Orera tinn r*p«n»e« ■ — •
*^719 56577 $3,713
Net earnings ?».•«*»
tin* expanses t-.411 w^ w«g
Op*r.-lttni? exp»n*es P- 4 ' l ■ " .
rarn.n RAPlt* RAII.UAY SYSTEM.
•)...■' tool. rhanr"
]»^a&«:: SS Inc - —
BELLAIRE. ZANESVILLE ANT. CINCINNATI.
Month cf March— >JM 'SSiSr'ta
Expe^^xes:: ? 1^74 'Ife Inc. g.6«
Net f ,rn.n K s $».M7 * £gg P- Wg
Fixe,! charges 8W ____!_!
Surplus C ' T^ " $; " ' Inc. $402
BUFFALO. ATTICA AND ARCADE.
H| 'riS iS: «
■ ...„......._ ,V-S 'Si ;;- ljg
Burplviß . * 21 s3Ct> I"'- * :i^
S~i^,:l ,-..;«!. 1T.i... p«*: i.«i
>; • earnln*. $3.32.5 »™l Inc. ««lti
NEW-YORK AND OTTAWA.
J 1 , March M-! 1^" ~ ° rt ' >
. ' V.:.."r" :;I gxtan tat** b». lajifl
l^flcft . .V.'.V.V. ■■■ ■ . »'4!'2 20.M1 IW. 11.31!>
Oii»ro -/inanciol.
Richard I Harnett X Co., incorporated
ArcTiONEERS. 7:; l.llirilTY st.
HENRI W. DOXAIaD. Auctioneer.
Regular Auction Sale
STOOKS AD BONDS
Tuesday, April 29, 1902, at 12:30 P. M.,
at the New York Real K-iitp Sale^rnom. 11l Broadway.
(For acount of whom It may o-r.cern.)
2333 Shares of the Capital Stock of the
Empire Consolidated Quicksilver
Mining Company. $10 Each.
I(V> shares Climax Mlnlmc Co . |ia each.
Administrator*! Sale.
Estate at Thomas Rei.l. ilec'd.
6 Silver Tablespoons. ''. Silver Teaspoons. 12 Silver Forks.
' a Gold Watches; 1 Silver Watch. 1 Metal Watch. 1
Watch Chain
/in line nil
The Holder* of the
First ■lIUMI Five I'rr C«-nt. Collateral
Trust «.««lil IJomls of the
Western Gas Company
whirl) bond* HAVE BSEBH CALLED FOR PAY
MENT, at 110 and nccrueci interest, on May Ist. UHr».
after which data Interest will cense, are hereby notified
that the option previously a* l them to exchange their
bond* for the
Milwaukee Gas Light Company
FIRST MORTGAGE 25-YEAR
4 PER CENT. GOLD BONDS,
Callable at HO anil Interest.
Coupon* May Ist nn«l November 1»t,
AT $».-> AM) INTEREST.
Will terminate on Saturday, Miy 3d.
nonds may be presented on or before that .late at the
offices of either of the underslßneJ. who will at once
deliver Central Trust <v>mp»ny interim receipts, exchange
able after MAY IST for Milwaukee Oh l.'Kht Co. 4%
bonds, and will at the name time adjust cash differences.
Pavmcnt for said bonds not so exchanged will be made
to the respective holders thereof upon their surrender to
Mild «>ntnil Trust Company of New York at the offices
of the unfierslgn-Hl.
J. & W. SELIGMAN & CO..
Mills Dutldlns.
VERMILYE & CO.,
. Nassau an>l Pine Streets.
MICIIIC.W CESTHAL RAILROAD COM PAX V.
Room 2U>. Grand Central Station. New York.
rpHE CONSOLIDATED FIRST MORTGAGE
HONDS of this Company maturing May Ist. 1902. will
he paid on and after that date at the office of Messrs.
J r. Morjran & Co.. 23 Wall Street. New York.
THE BONDS of the DETROIT AND HAY CITY RAILr-
RO>D COMPANY Kuaranteed by this Company, maturing
May Ist. 1002. will be paid on anil after that date at this
CHARLES F. COX. Treasurer.
4 DVBRTISEMENTS and •u«>»crtptlon» for TU« Trtbun*
received at the Vpftwn Office.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAT.
Xi door north of 31st«t.. until » o'clock p. m.
Bankers and Broker*.
N. W. Harris & Co.,
BANKERS,
Announce Their
REMOVAL
TO
31 AND 33 PINE STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
National
City Bank,
National Bank
of Commerce
DEALT IX by
P. J. GOODHART & CO.,
Telephone .No. 3402— John. 3.S WALL STREET.
VERMILYE & CO.,
* BANKERS,
X*«SVIT * PINE STS.. SEW TURK.
13 CO3GEUSS3 STKi.KT, BOSTON.
Dealers in U. S. Government BonJi aal
ether Investment Securitiei. Deposits
received and i.t::'H- allowed oa
Balances, subject to draft at sight.
rrlTate AV'lresi to Bo»ton. rbllndelphla.
Bnltimnrc and Kicbmond.
TRACY « CO.,
BANKERS,
KO. «4> WALL STHtiT.
Chicago. NEW YORK. Milwaukee
Connected t>r orl»at» wire.
DFALK.RI I*
HIGH-GRADE. BONDS.
ÜbT OF CURRENT INVESTMENT OFFEKING3 SENT:
ON APPLJCATIOM.
... ( Nc-w Ycrk Stock Exrhan^J.
R.emfc«rs "' Chicago Stock Exchange.
«;UJIMISSIO.V UKIitKS KlttlltU 131 A LI.
31 ilthbl>.
R, L DAY & CO.
3 NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST., BOSTON.
JHemiers N. Y. aad 3oiton Stock Ex:a«ij3i.
(Trust dam panics.
Morristown Trust Co,,
MORRISTOV.N. V J.
CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS,
$2,100,000.
Pays 3 per cent. interest
, On Accounts, Subject to Check, Payable
in New York; Funds if Desired, and
Solicits Accounts of Corporations. Firms,
Individuals and from those desiring l
NEW JERSEY DEPOSITARY OR
TRUSTEE.
THE PRESIDENT MAY BE
CONSULTED ON TUESDAYS AT
11:30 A. M- AT OFFICE OF OUR
N. Y. CORRESPONDENT.
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY,
28 NASSAU STREET.
DIRECTORS:
SAMUEL FREEMAN, • - President
THOS. "W. CAUL£>WEXX» GUSTAV E. KISSEI.
F-RKDERIC CBOMTITAL LUTHER KOfNTZE.
CHARLES F. CUTLER. RICHARD a. 31'CURDT.
nmXAKDW. CDTIA WALTER <;. oakma.v
PATRICK FARRELLY. V.ILUAiI B. SKIDMORE.
A O. FREUSGHUT9EX HENRT F. TAYLOR.
CEORGEG. HAVEN. LOUIS A. THEBAUD.
AURELIUS B. HULL. H. M K. TWOIIBLT.
D. WILLIS JAMES. JAMES A. WEBB.
O. H. KAHN.
Oim&en'o Notices.
KNICKERBOCKER
TRUST COMPANY.
Coupon* pnynblc nt «<» Broadway oa
and after Mny 1. 19<>2.
cor pons may r.n ?ent in at once. ant>
CHECKS IX PATMENT OK SAME VOX BE
READY* FOR DELJVERT AT :-• A. M. ON HAT
IST.
>EAV YOUK 1 in .V.
SEW YORK CITY :t a c.
■NK.W YORK CITY .I~r.
Pny m '■■ Cnton Fre* School DUtrlct No. 1 ■♦*
Citizens" Klectrlc Co. at North Plainfleld. N. X,
M •■*.
Detroit Susar Co. Genl. •*■
Fort Madison Water «'•. Re«r. Int. B*.
llanhanset Improvement Co. Ist SCI-
Mexico Commercial Co. Ist **„
Municipal Debenture > •' Deb. CTe.
Newburch Electric Railway Co. Ist •*
New York Athletic CMI Deb. <V"r.
Osslnln* Heat. Lisht a Power Co. Ist Con. 9*.
Pelham Manor Village 4- <■ Sewer*.
Rochester «;.« * EW-trlc Co. Con. SfU.
Rockiaml Light a Power Co. Ist 3*.
Rocky Mountain Coal & Iron Co. Ist 3%.
Sine Sinn "las Mr*. Co. Ist 4%.
Southern States Land Co. Ist 6^.
Southern States Land Co. W «Tc. »
Watervllet Hydraulic Co. Ist B*.
MAY 1.-TH:
Village of Hammondsport. N. Y.
MAY 20TH: "
Great Northern Railway of Canada Series "'" •»
Equipment. _— ; '.'.-
THE i^^^^^^^l^^. sag
VT A MEETING of the Board of Directors
of this bank, held to-day, a ml 7 a^ n " a . 1 n( i|v^2*a»
at close of business April -r!^*£ D BURX3 . C a3hl^
CASE" COMPAXY N> OFAMEKICX. igftl ;.
PrrterrrA Dividend J*o. *• f>>
\ QUARTERLY DIVIDEND of TW 0 <?> -
V PER CENT, will be paid on the pi»£ rred • «£^ r(1
this Company May KHh !'•*£■ to, •ue* holders £ f^*V
at the close of business April 30th. I!X>-. Checks transfer .. ;
s \^ o T at °ZU cc Me.M c . -- l >" £* Bd!*
open .t 10A M^y 1 ? 1| . l«0£ r AMERICA . -
CASEIN MAURICE BAK NEIT.,Se«ta^_ •

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