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IRPGDLARITY IN STOCKS.
;,/F7.]' ADVANCES WOUUOWEB BY SAGGING
TENDENCY.
Stcrlh.g Lwchangc Strong, but So Gold Export Engagements Reported
—Bear Party Still Active.
CsfSlßf; price, yesterday of the principal active
rff 1 "- and net changes from Tuesday's quo
tations were.
STOCKS.
Ant! rapper... «Vi — NiNat of Mc*ico... » - S
Am I-ocon. _r,> — V.:N V cmt &«...«* — *•
Am Smeltlssj .!«•%-» :>:. «- W ■ J
~ At TCP & S F.. 74', - SNa'.lor.al Lead ..1. ♦ — *
- <J- prrf »Vi - %>*> *» *' S J2S j Z 4
.Halt a- 0hi0... S^ — i p<r '2 '-f.i_
«?.: v -..hV. *■... ;• -n « «?>-«> »ft: j»
Chic &- Alton!:: --, — J»J^*» |«2r iii - + • =\I
die Gt We,t... SOI. + » R<\P frf*; "*» X, '*
c M * ft st ---i^ -4, ."■■.-• » —
col I -towti! ! "■ •.- 1. + :*V' A- .- F.. . 46'_ -*»
1 ■ - ■ s 2 ■ ;
-i' 2- prrf ."»• - '« ■ rt' 1 yrrt "• *_ » ,'
Corn Products.. :«> - '-Southern Uy ... — . *
Cor.jol Car a«»H + *|Soatb-T_i Pac •"•! — ~*
S*S:» - HiTr^/rlciflc.:^-.^- 4
x- . H • - ~■ v ' •■' '
-« 1M fr'f... «8 - H!T»in CRT I£H + J
<Jc- 2- prrf...- '« — 1* I - "• T,ath*r :: 4'>-JI»4 '>-JI»J I »
Gea Electric.... IM>4 + *}•**» r^f--- M^ — 1
lillaol. Central. 1S« I i 1i 1 «H_**[ i. ,*
Ksr. nt>- So---- »Vi - M fnlon p«cln<-..^. W — *
boulß & N«h..114 + V,ii: P Roalty &C. ISH — H
M-Ahttta-i J?T'4 - J4 CT S Btert 81% —
M , t .str^t Ry..129»* — « flo prof M"» + J»
Mer Central »Wi — ■« ! ■svfir.as.h -« - ?
■IBMBBI ra<" I".*.** — \* * n r ryr........ 4'4 '- — '
M«F& aS M f-» — 3*3 * W«*t In Tel M + ».*» .*
M* K& T 24 s . - H •«• <Vntr__ 21 N. - »
do r r^r. M — H! do ref 43
" »Ex iMdentf.
BONDS.
A 7 * «• r r 4-.*»S — HiEri- gen 4?.. T » - 1 - H
Oie« A O 4'/jf. INI + Oregon 6 1.45-... « *~ *
Cof Ga Ist inc. 75 + H'P-nn cony 33 1.*...1 .*... "j. + »
do 2d lnr . .■«■-* 4- V Beading gen 4? - - — *
Chi- B*Q*..WV- HJCa Par Ist 45. -.102^ — •
CRItP . . 81 »4 —\ I Ss cony 4s ... W* + *
CF4I cwiv 5.. f>«\ - VT S Steel &f W ; * *
Cniol Tob OS.- 6!)* — HlWabash D B« »* — *
THE DAYS OPERATIONS IN STOCKS.
The rally In prices that developed in Tues
day's market continued for only a brief period
In yesterday's trading. After a firm opening
and advances of from ! « to 1 p*»r cent on a
fairly active volume of business dealings con
tracted, and prices developed an Irregular ten
dene?' that ended in a general sagging Of values.
Closing figures were, as a rule, the lowest of the
day. with about as many net tosses as gains.
The so-called uptown hotel crowd worked for
lower quotations, and Street gossip favored the
Idea that powerful speculative Interests were
Ftill committed to the bear Fide of the market.
Traders were disappointed over the lack of pub
lic response to Tuesday's advance. There was
no evidence of outside buying power. while on
the r«rly upward move stocks came out freely.
giving the impression that, holders who bought
on Monday's break traded for a turn only.
Xew-York Central was in demand in the loan
croud, hut failed to make noteworthy improve
ment when the general market advanced, while
doting at « fractional n«»t loss. Heavy selling
In Rock Island carried its price down to the
lowest point of the year, professional traders
hammering the issue and forcing liquidation of
f=tock bought at materially higher prices. When
this stock was listed on the Stock Exchange it
was first quoted at 41. from which It subse
quently rose to Bt%. against yesterday's closing
at 36Vs. Reading was in fair demand; also the
United States Steel shares and National Railroad
of Mexico preferred, the latter advancing on ru
mors of a forthcoming important announcement
regarding the company's future, Liquidation In
tTsjf&ed States Leather common was due to the
belief that the company would put out an Issue
Of bonds. Sterling exchange was strong.
An excellent class of buying is reported in the
Eri<» issues, and in well informed quarters It is
believed that all ttfese classes of the company's
stock will move toward a much higher level in
the course of th» next year. Brie first pre
ferred, which iP now on a 3 per cent basis, will.
it si understood, be placed on a 4 per cert dlvi
dend rate at the next dividend period, and this
will be followed by b dissolution of the voting
trust. Under the reorganization the company
r(.e»r-.°? the right to redeem either class of its
preferred stock at par, but it is not likely that
action of this character will he taken for sev
eral years. Eventually, however, there will
doubtless be common stock only. and. as a long
time proposition Erie common onght to prove a
profitable issue to hold. Earnings of the company
reflect business expansion along its lines, Im
provement In its physical condition and intelli
gent management of the company's affairs by
its officers. In April gross earnings showed an
Increase of $517,340 over the same time a year
»*;<■>. and net earnings increased $95,537. From
July 1 gross earnings have increased $2,847,056,
and net earnings bave increased $1,401,763, thai
remarkably good showing having been made in
the face of a big loss in revenue from last year's
anthracite coal strike.
Railroad earnings now coming to hand from
various parts of the country Cor April and for
the first three weekK in Hay show no falling off
in traffic receipts from the preceding months,
Trtiile as compared -with a yfar ago gains are re
ported -without Important exception. Of the
roads reporting for April gross earnings show
a gain of IS per cent, operating expenses a pain
of nearly 19 per cent and net earnings a gain of
about 17 per cent. From July _ net earnings
show a gain of over 4 per cent. This is a
striking and noteworthy gain in view of the
large expenditures made from earnings in the
year and the increased cost of materials, sup
plies and labor. Then; is certainly BOthfllg in
the railroad situation In this country that war
rants pessimism among Investors, and, even if
there should b*» a reaction In business from the
present intense activity, the railroads of the
United States would not be forced to cut their
dividends unless the reaction ran into a panic
of long duration. Railroads in this country have
been financially and physically reorganized since
the hard times of 1893. Their affairs have been
placed in a position to withstand an attack of
business depression, and it Is highly unlikely
that anything could develop that would cause
■wholesale bankruptcy in the railway world.
Conditions which brought on the. panic of ISM
ere not likely to occur again, although, of course,
the country will suffer at times from adverse
factors affecting its industrial activities. The
present indication-: of reaction In certain lines
of trade foreshadow, however, greater busi
ness health. The country may do a smaller
business n^xt year than it Is doing now. hut
unless conditions governing business and money
become unsound there will hf no far reaching
effect on the actual worth of securities. The
Ftock market has been suffering from troubles
thri. have not affected the general business
worid. It may be said that a slow stock market
panic has be«»n in progress ever sln<-e last Au
gust, and th:it speculation has gone through a
purging process that lias remedied most of its
THE DAYS OPERATIONS IN BONDS.
COVEP.NMKNT BONDS.- Ala rkft steady. Final
<; jot^tior.s follow:
Blfl. A*V^ ! Bid Asked.
~ ? ism —-- we . l0«Hlr.<» ««.: 1007. rOO. 110% lll'i
V* :■ 193f> cou.lls s « lOfliilf.S. 4s. 19_3.rer.135% 13*5
t\S 2i.:«0«..rec.107>i lOK%IU.S. 4*. !5C3.e0u.155% i.v.'i
I" p .V UKX.oou.lo7'4 107»,T.5. r«= 1904. rrg 102 V. 103%
DJf. Bs.lS"*._ml 10fi% — U.\S. 6f. lSfO4.cr, u l«-'._ 103
U.S. ItJM ••*•■ U«* '■''''• '■ ■■'•■ <.f C 3-65..121 —
RA)I-Ti''Ai' BONDS.— Market Irregular. Total
.a.3es MBMMtBi In jjar value to BJBfJM. against
12^62.5"i on Tuesday. TIM heaviest d«"a!iucs -sicre.
In thn Atchison general 4s, Central nf Georgia Brat
and second incomes, CMeago. Rock Island and
Pacific 4s. Eri<s p^neral 1». Mexican Central first
lncom»»_. Orogron Short I.lne 4s. IVnnsylvanla con
vertible i^s. Rflariinir general 4s. Union Pacific
convertible 4*. Tl'abaph debentur-' Bs and first as,
Colorado Fuel and Iron roneertfMe 6s. Consoli
dated Tobacco <s and United States Steel 5s were
also active. ]
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONDS.
auto Term Sett >■.... 97 ! amo Mo X & T m v. 99 7 i
■ 7'««' Adams Ex 4.- 103**1 7000 do l«J
Soil do 103% 10000 do 2d :",5..l
100U Am H ft I. ai .- Bl | WOO Mo Pac Trust 5».1«M%
2 ■"•' A T ft S F AdJ 4'"" 1 " Nof M 1-1 Con 4s >J>
4s Stpd . 98% .SCO do '*> l *
81500 do Gtn 4. 09* 5000 N V Cent L. 8 Col
_«HXI do 99%] 31.8 90 1 *
:;.i«»ib _ 0 rrs^s... 94 57000 do ™
i**.*> do Bwn 3tj 5 ... ss\\ 2000 do Re* 90
l"K«i Can South 2d .. 106 i 2000 N V L. & W Imp
MM Cof Ga Con St. . 106% ♦•• - - ••' -} v - x *
f.OOO do 103% 1000 X V O & W Ref m ,,
15000 do Ist Ir.-. .. . 7.". ! 4s j<*>%
6000 do 2d Inr 83 1000 do I'* o **
JSOOO do 33% iooiv» do 101
10000 C nf N j Gen 5s 1 MM N V s & W Ist
Rep 131 Vt Ref 55 '''
SOfiO Cent Pac <.;: 4s. l«s»« , lOOiyi Nor & \V Con 4s. !I9'»
2000 C& O Gen 4'...104»,| 1000 do L'\"' ?» *
aeoo do 104% 5000 do pc & C 4>i.. 93
11. «i do .'." l(4» 4 10000 Nor Fie Gen 35.. <-.
6000 Chic & Alt sue.. 76 I 30"0 do Prior 4s . 101 «
1000 CX& QJt 43... 25000 do .. . I<>
120i» do ..7 . 94>« I lOiioit Or* sti I_ 4s i'2 1 *
1000 do Den Div 45. 100% 7000 do 9-.%
Coooo dn Ccn 75... 108% 20000 do «
If m » do .108% 50000 Ponn Convt 3'»».. 99
1000 CIStL. * C 4«.101% 1000 do I**
41000 <" R1& PR R 23000 do ■•■*
4S4 S 82 |9?000 do W
Srwi do ' _ 82% I 1000 PCC* St L 4%s
47000 do '.'.'..'. 61% >' 110H
ljo«x» do 81"i! 19000 Reading Gen 45... 91*3
99000 do --. • 81 l 2 ! " ' " ° B ' 1 *
37000 d,> • Sl>«| .V 0("« do '^
11300 Chic Ter Tr _»■• 6»% 1000 St I, & 1 Mt Gen
5000 ciev CC&Bt L. ] '"> "_;?
en 4* ion j finOO do 4!" 8.%
2000 Col F ft 1 Convt 24000 St L, _ S F Ref 4? 86 *
6s c. 87% 1000 Bo Pac Cl Tr 45.. flOi.;
6nm dr. ' ' !". B«% 10fK> do c. 90%
1000 Col Mid Ist 45... 74 ! 1000 B Pof Cal Stpd 55.10,1_
;_.,.„-, ,-, n Tnb 4s. 61% 7000 South Ry lei 55.. 116%
1000 do «l*~ 1 1(V "' 1 do M& O Col 4s 94
102000 do -•• fi l 10000 TCI&R 6s De
10000 do <?m Bardeleben 102
ioof«) do .. 80% 400 ft Third Ava Con 4». «7' 4
5000 D ,v R O Con 4s. 99Hj 7000 Union Pac Ist 45.. 102%
1000 do Imp Si 10. 112000 do 102H
K^)o nMft Ml. G... 84 112000 do Convt 4s .... 97%
10000 l»i«: r*.- Cor 55.. 6« 1 _:9300O do «.' ?
10000 do X | 20M do 97' i
5000 Erie Ist Con 45.. »9 i 100i> dr. »J»
.•;o.ifMl do -8-". ".W 30000 do - 9.\
15000 do Gen 4e 86 . 58000 do 97»,
5000 do < . 10000 U R RofSF 45. . iWi
11000 do .... RMi 10000 do ■'•' 1
13i«irt do . 85*.! 20.«> do 79%
1000 Flint * P M 6s. .1204; 121000 C B Steel fs F.V. 85%
!•►-. Hock V Ist 4%5.1«7 68000 do . S5 T ii
2000 do .107%ilO90«0 do Sfii,
2000 ill <>ni WI. 4s._OT% 120000 do 86%
10000 Kan City Bo 35.. 09% 2*7000 do 86
|M) 0 Keo R- D M Isi .107% ! 500 do Rep 86%
1000 i_>.c Has Ist - .- 108%' 1000 1" S Red ft Ref
imo I. R „• M Bo 3i--..1<>2»; 8s s6F. 88
W-0 leh A- W B Gtd 120000 Wabash Ist ??... 11." 1
■4'^. 102% 106000 do Deb B ">" >
s:..«v» Van Con 4* 1011,: .1000 do 75%
10000 Mcx Cent 4^!-... 96V10000 do ■>%
.ViiTO do Ist Inr . 23"*! BOW do '■<]<
•„.., dr. ... 2.-> I 2000 West Sh 4? Sdt.l'W'ii
■•,«», do 2«\ Soon ■«" T-*n F&R E. .103%
-„.,, ,10 . 25»» 3000 wft l, E Ist Con
6000 So 2- Inc .. 171, 4s ?>l\
10000 M X ft F. Ist 55.108% 2000 WTs Cent On 4s. 91%
Tot si sales of bonaa. f» L^—
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. May 27. 4 p. m.— market for Amer
ican Kcuritiefl was moderately active and gener
ally firm. Final prices follow:
N'etr- >Tew-
Iy>ndon York York
dose, equivalent, close. Ch'ire-.
An_«rai!a « 4 V 92 96 — ♦
AtrMsnn 77 1 -, 75% 75% — %
Canadian Pacific 131% 1-7% 12? — S
Pt. Paul 154% 150% IV' 1 * + %
Erie 3SH 34 6 « 34S + '■%
do Ist pref 7O'» 6S'_ 68% 4 u »
llllnol- Crntral 139% I 3« 136
Louisville &- Kaehville 116 . 113 _13« i — %
Nrw-Ycrk Central 130% 127 127 1 . — H
P. ■ ylvanla 65* i 127* 127» 4 — Vi
P.»,Tdiiic 29% 49 4»% — %
P^.th»m Pacific 52% M MM s * — %
l-ni"n Pprifi- 88% 86 S3 7 i - %
r S. Steel 32% 31 T s 81% 4- H
do pr«f 84% 81 » 81% + «4
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money market conditions
are quiet, and snow practically no chantre. in rates,
notwithstanding the week's pold shipments. The
banks on Tuesday lost J1.137.000 to the Sub-Treas
ury, and since Friday $1,536,000. I_ast week, up to
th" close of business on Tuesday, the banks had
lost SL-23.000. The Sub-T"eastiry was a debtor at
the Clearing House yesterday morning- 'or S3BS.ISO.
The general Impression in banking circles Is that
the gain In money from the interior w!ll this week.
as was Hie case last week, offset the gold export?,
and that the heavy liquidation In the securities
markets that was still in progress on Saturday and
Monday will be reflected In a contraction ft loans
and deposits. Regarding gold exports, representa
tive international banking house? say that the only
immediate quid» will be the rate for Paris >rterllnjr.
A decline would lead to fehipments of the precious
n-<-!.T!. The latest advices r.re that sterling ex
change in Paris has advanced a shade, which
operates against gold exports. The withdraw
als of trust companies from membership with
the Xew-Tork Clearing House may to a mod
erate extent be reflected in the hank statement.
Money on call opened at 22 x 4x 4 per cent: highest. 2*4
j per cent: lowest, 1% per cent; last loan. 2 per cent;
closed it -!-_*j2 per cent: ruling rate, 2 l i per cent.
1 Time money was quoted at 34 per cent for sixty
| days. 4 per cent for ninety days and 41i4i 4 per
cent for four, five and six months. Commercial
i paper was quote.l at 4' 2 'as per cent for sixty to
i ninety days' indorsed bills, f*[email protected] per cent for
choice four to six months' bills, and 4* 41??,4 1 ??, per cent
for other*.
FOREIGN" EXCHANGE.— Market closed firm.
Actual closing rates follow:
_ , Cables. Fi ht. sjxty jays.
Sverllng 4 « ; ; 4.88334. 8_ l i ■«.*55f4.85» 4
Francs 5.16 *5.15%e5.13% S.lS%®6.i7H
Keichemarks.. 9s4£9s 9-14 95 7 •'.''.■'. l." . :.) 7 v',/ ; ,i4 13-lu
Guilders 4" l ««j4«.t 6-10 40 l-l»v?:4<i »
•Less 1-16.
Bankers' posted rates were:
Sixty days. Demand.
Sterling . 4.85"-_ 4.88%
Paris fumes 5.17% 15
Belgium francs 5.18% 5.15H
Switzerland francs 5.18-* 5.15%
'lemiany reicnamarka '...". ; ;«. '>
Holland guilders 40H 4074
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Xew-Orleans — Com
mercial, 60c discount: bank. $1 premium. San Fran
cisco—Sight. 7^c; telegraph. i<v- premium. Boston—
Par. Charleston— Buyinf. par; selling-, l-10c pre
mium. Chicago 80c premium. Cincinnati— Between
banks. 11".1 1 ". premium; over the counter, EOc pre
mium. Savannah— Buying. 50c discount; selling,
35c premium. St. l-ouis— ssc premium. Minne
apolis—7sc premium.
BANK CLEARIXGS.-N'ew-york — Exchanges,
$260314.794: balances, 55.119,090. Baltimore
changes. t_,C2_.714; balances. 5602.351. Chicago—Ex
changes. '. 32 T<2; balances. J2.053.256. Boston—
Exchanges. $20,699,095; balances, J1.145.162. Philadel
phia—Exchanges. taSTLISB; balances, $2,595,746.
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.— CaII money In
Tendon. ZfiZ 111 1 pel cent. Open market discount rats
for long bills. ?■■'„ per c^nt. for short bills. 3% per
cent. Berlin discount rate. ::', per cent for three
months' bills and 3'j per cent for short bills. Ber
lin exchange on London, 3"» marks 18% pfennigs.
Paris discount rate, 2% per cent. Paris exchange
on London. 3 franca ISU. times.
FOREIGN SECURITIES.— British consols for
money. 91 s 4: for the account, 91 13-16; French rentes.
57 francs 82'^ centimes.
THE SILVER MARKET. Par silver, 63% c;
Mexican silver dollars, 4ir- _.<■. Bar silver in London
at M%d
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 3R.30; Lisbon. 23;
Buonos Ayr* B, J_7._7.
GOVERN'MI-_\'T RECEIPTS.— Customs receipts
reported from Washington. $1,022,521; internal reve
nue receipts. $754,325; miscellaneous receipts, $139,710.
Receipt* for the day. f1.916.56; expenditures. J1.060.
'•• Receipts for the month to date. $40,477,024; ex
penditures. t37.730.0f>); excess of receipts, $2,747,024.
Receipts for the. year to date. $sf!S,K>'.~-.; expendi
tures, $45.,7^.5_0; excess of receipts, (38,166.671.
Srß-TREASURV.-The Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the Clearing House : •■ LSI
MAY PUBLISH WEEKLY STATEMENT.
The Clearing House Association la considering tn«
advisability cf making public th" weekly statement
Of th» trust companies which clear through it. This
move has been undf>r consideration for some t!m«,
and will in all probability be approved by the Clear
ing House committee, subject to notification by the
trust companies affected. The statement will cover
the main fr-atur^s at the official bank showing for
the week and give the amount of cash on band and
deposits. The proposition is regarded as the most
important that has *>ver taken place in connection
with the regulations of trust company operation.
Beginning next week the new trust" company cash
reserve rule formulated by the Clearing House be
comes operative.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRTTHTXE. THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1903.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
"— , 1 - Actual sales- I— Closing—
.'Adams Express. — — 1 j •£:} | :_: _
(Albany & Bus... — — I — I 1 ",'- :,-
jAllls Chalmers.. — — — II ' _ SIS
1615 -AmaT'copper::: 62% 62* «1* 61V4 BI« 61%
Am Agr Cliem.. — — — Z 1 Iso
do pref - - —
•An Beet Sugar — — — — -' •>.., .
1 ':<> pref —■ i — — — ' 9 ' -:*
jAnier Bicycle... —I — — — ~ „ *
l^iAm°Ca & F-drV sih! £ ™* |SJ *«« }£$
100 do pref SOU 89% 89«4 *»** W »X
American Coal.. — ; — — rT-vrS? -:.'-'
25)Amer Cotton Oil) 35U 85% 35 . 1 ■'- ■ 34 ;"'
1 do pref I- — - - »» :,.
- An.ci Dist TH..J — . — — — -• •"'
Araer Express.'.". — — — — -«' . -'
•Am Gr Twine. — — — ■'" *' '„,
300 Amer Hide &. I. , s»i ''>< 3*4 •■'-' ;J !I - '• »
100 do prel I --'. 2M, 2Hi 28H -. -j" ■ -•
-1: •ah., rtcan I- - -'I -t -I " *•■ 34H
100 •mSi'lL ;ii I« ! » i: IM4 U]h
l6T.!.A*m l^comoilVel -■ U'7 ! - r ■ '-■'■' • -■''- *1
100 »do pref . I Ol'ii -'1 ; . 91 - '•>*'•■ '■".- '':.-
I 'Amer Italtine.. . — I — — Z ■(°( ° j2O ' ■
1.100 •An^r PP SS € nVeltlni 18%4 *8* 1 48% 48J4 ; 4SJ| 49%
820 Mo pref i :<:■'. .•■"•■ Wit »4UJ 04',! I;.
'American Snuff I — j — — j — 1 — •„,...
, „j n r -,,f I — — — 1 — 90 1 l 1 ' 1 !
25fiO >Am«r SiwaV. . 124*4 124* 123% 12JJ4 123% 124«
ISO »do prei . ... l-<"- 120% 120% I-' 1 -- '-"•* 1 !'«
lAm Tel & Cabl« — | — | — — ,'■' l*
- Amer. Tel & Tel. — — — — •',', ]'!■'
. 1 Amer Tob pref.. — — — — ; ''' I l *-.
'Aiifr Woollen.. . — ! — rr -/,'rr,: "m i- -
~4ooi*AMcSd fa":::::f a"::::: ™ s 94% Mi%* I«
Ann Arbor — — — — •■- ;:'...
; do prel - - , — - M •. ''■-
Asso Mer Ist pfl — ■ — — — I 2°* I(^.'
20.2001 Atchtaon 75«, 7M4 74% 74»,| T4% 74J4
800 do pref.... 85% '>-'-> v 4v 4 95Vi 8 M?«f
—-■Am Steel F'dry-! - |~ — ~ i]• ■ .
->*«> , At^cSMt'Llnerrtiae I — K6 \m 1264130;
60 \.t Coast Line . 126 126 126 126 126% 130
13.085 Bait A 0hi0.... I -■. W»j M S8 !SS mi
225 do pref i 91 i '••I* '•" ' '•"'• :M1 , '''-
— —I Boston AL. r.f — I — I — — 106 ~,,
2.6861 B'klyn Rap Tr.. 61»i «2 Cli 4 61% 61' 8 MS
_.. iß'klj-n Un Gas.. — -- — —204 - -.
21" Brunswick . . B*4 8% m 8% -> : . a'B%
Buft li & Pitts. — — — — '•■•' , 14 .1>,
1 do pref -- — — I*9 il- I-?1 '-?
j'Butterick C 0... — — — — : ■<* :•> ,
Canada South... — — — — <»H •'■"♦
6.f.00 ! Canadian Pacific 128*4 128* 127 127 )-■ 8; 1;..
- [Central of NJ. — ! — j — — 168 170 s
2.Ooo l Ches & Ohio 140 i 4<>i a 40 40 j4O | 10%
1.725 Chicaso & Alton! 28% 29% 28 i 28% 2SH •%'*
100 do pref 6»% 69% 69% 69% 69 ;™
- jCh & E 111 pref. I — 1 - — — 130 140
1 Chic Bur & Qy. — ! — — — ISO '--
1.0001 Chic Of West... 2»->s: 21 20H 20 T » 20* 20T4
. . 1 do pref A - - - • - 73 74
do pref B — — — — 34% 33
200 do deb 86% 88 86% 88 §8 e »
*«4.600 Chic Mil & St;PJISO% 151% 150 150 150 160%
800 do prof 176 176 176 176 176 180
600 Chle ft Norths. i 176-' s ; 177 1176 177 17* J 1 T6*i
- Id. St PM & O.i — ! - | - — 125 135
1 do pref — — — — 1W >?°.
600 j Chic Term Tr. .. 15% 15% 15 15 15 t. l-> a
400 do pref ! 25% 20 25% 28 ' 25% 25%
1 Chic l.'nion Trac — — — — 4% f>
1 do pref — — — — 30 —
CCC &St L... — 1 — — — 88% 89
! to ,-f - - — — 110 115
- |Clev T. ft Wheel — — — — 75 85
do pref . ......._ — I — -- 175 £.->
ciev A.- Pitta — — : - ! — — I- 1 —
1.400iC0l Fuel A Iron. I m ' fi» l nl 67% 67% 67% 68
fi(Hl!Col & Southern, t 2<> i 20% 20 20% 20 20%
300 do Ist pref....! 63% 63% 63' 63% 62% 63' i
1.210 do 2d prof 129 !31 20 30 30 : 30' 4
100 ' Col & HC & Ir. 17% 17% 17% 17V 17 17%
Com Cable — I — — — 140 164
_. - consol Coal I — ! — — — ; S3 95
850 ! Con Gexd 2p c! 201 1201 200% 200% 200 202
2fi6i«Cont Toh pref. 1111% 111% 111% HH. 11l 113
210! Corn Products. I SO : 30 30 80 29% 30
100 do rref I 79% 79% T.' T . 70% 79 !80
600 D&Hed im pc 172 17.". 172 172 171', 172
- 1 Del Lack &W. — — — — -^ 251
- - IDenv & Rio Or. — I — — — 32% 33 3 i
800 do pref ' S. r .v.' 85% 85% 85% 85% 85%
IDenv & Southw. ! — | — — — 6
— — do pref .....' — I — — — 10
300 Dcs M & Ft D.i 39% 41 ! 39% 41 4'> 4!
Wo; Detroit Southern 14 I 14'» 14 ! 14 13% 14
500 do pref 27 ' 27% 26% 26% 26 26%
200 Det United 'A R 77% l 78% 77 : - 78»4 77 77' 2
Diamond Match.! — — — - 134 137
117 »Dlsl Sec C0r...! 27 27 27 27 ' 26% 26%
«Dul So S & All! 12 : 12 12 12 ' 12 . 12' i
♦Hi -do pref !18 18% 18 18 18 lv!l v !
15.700!Er1e I 34H! 34*4 83T» 34 ! 3;< 7t,!7 t, ! 34
4,760! do Ist pref I •;- »■•■■> V6B 6-3 ' «7% 68%
2 300 do 2d pref ! r.f.',: 5« 7 i j r.r, 66 55% B6
900 Evans &TH...1 63 I 63% 168 63% 6.T % ft*
i do pref I — — —j — Kls ;'-'; '-'
|*Ft Wft D City. —:'— — I — 51 «2
jGen Chem C 0... — — — — j 66% 72
do pref — — — — 100 103
400 ' Gen Electric Co. IS4 184% 184 184% 183 183%
Gl Northern pf. ■ — — — ! — ISO ISO
]Ot-cnorkin Valley.. 97 97 |97 )»7 91 98
245! do pref I M'« ! 95% P3 i 95 94% 65
Homeetake ... i — I — — — 50 C 8
1.246 Illinois Central.. 136% 136% 136 135% 136
i do Leased T-... 1 — | — — — 100 .—
400!1r.t Paper I 17: ! 17% 17% 17% [7 1:14
1 do pref t — — — — 70 71
- — •Int Power!. .. _ — — — 40 40%
Jut Steam Pump — — — — 38%. 40
I do pref — — — — 78 82
inwa Central.... 29% SI 29% 30 !28 80
500 do pref 52 52% 52 ; 52% 51 '53
200 Kana & Mich... 37 37 | 37 37 37 4i>
200 Kan City & 80. 28% 2Si;i 28% 2'>' i 28% 28%
100 do pr»f 41* 148 j4B I 4!1 4!) '50
200 KCFS4 M pf! 77 77 77 i 77 I 76' 2 ; 77
__ !Ke..k & Dcs M..1 — — — — 30 3."
- 1 do pref — — j — — 50 55
Laclede Gas - — — — — 97 —
1 do pref — — ! — — 100
40 LE & "Western. I 85% 85% 35 i 85% 38 3ft
__! do pref ' ______ 102% ""
— —Cong Island . . — — — — 67 7"
1,450 Louis & Nash. |114% 114Viill4 '114 113 113%
— -'Man Beach I — ! — I — — 12 14
8.570 : Manhattan El. . . ! 138% 1 138% 1 137% ! 137% i 137% ' 13S
i.M<i Coal pref. .. — — — : — '100 125
"Met Sec Subs.. 92 I 92 i 92 ! 92 01 92%
1.300: 'Mot Street Ry. 130 j 130% 129% 129% 129% 129%
— — M.-! \\ Sof Ch. I — ! — — — 20 25
] do pref I — ! — — — i«4 71
1.700: Mexican Central I 28%] 26U 2,"'- 2.V. 25% 25%
- 1 Michigan Cent.. I — i — — j — 121 110
WtOjMlnn _.- st Loul«! 80 ! 84 80 I 83 -1 S3
: do pref . - - . — — ;. — ' — 105 120
400 MStP.& SS M 59 i fio I .-,s> J59 58' 59%
150 do pref ... !119 118 119 119 118% 119
700 1 Mo Kan & Tex. 25 I 25 US, j 24 -» 24% 24%
800 : do prof . ! •■■!'. ! :-V. 54 i 54- I "•" : - 54
23.72.', Missouri Paciflc.llo6% 106% 105%|105% 105% 110r/45 r /4
Na:-!i & Chat..".! — | — ;— — 104 108
445|*Nat Biscuit ... I 40!;, 4Oii! 4C>H 10% 40 1 40%
• i 'do pref. ...... — ! — — — 90% i"i*
POO ; *Xationa.l Lead.. 17% 17% ' 17% 17>-i 17%! 17<i
! •d ► pref — | — — — 85% 86%
8.600 N.it RE of Men 23% 23% I 22% 23 23 ' 23' 2
17.400 do pref ; 46% ! 47% 46% | 47 .: *7%l 17-!
80 Nat Enam & S. 31*4 31% 31% 31*j 31% 31%
! do pref . — I — — — 88 91
- — New Cent Coal' — I — — — 47 50
•N T Air Brake! — ; — ' — ]'— ■ 157 160
4,010 N V Central.... i 127-. 127% 126% 127% 126»4 127
!X VCI _?iL.|- — — - 131 102
; do Ist pref.... i—. I — — ' — ; lOfi IIS
do 2d pref... — I — — — 70 181
N T Dock . . — ■I:— — —120 j _rt
' do pref — I — — — ;48 !52
lOiN V N H ft H. 191 1191 1191 11011 101 190 '104
8.053 do rights ... 1 I I 1% 1 ! 1U — ! —
3.800 N V Ont &- W. 27'Ji 27-, ' 20> 1 26% t 26% 20%
— — •N V _ N J Tel - ! — I — I — 160 164
2.820 1 Norfolk & West. OSV 68% _S% 68% | 68% r.:t ,
25! do pref ! :<"'.' 90' g ! 90 . '.«)', I (-Si,! HO
'North American — — — ] — I91"j 92
20 Ontario Silver. 5% 5% 5! 6% 5 ' 6%
Pacifli Coast — — i — I — I .'•:: ! r.n
: do Ist prel I —!_!__s._ 106
; do _ . pref If— 1 — I — I — 65 (IK
3<HVPacific Mail ! _-•_ 28 « 28% -''■. I 28 L 29
61.040 .Perm It R .... 127%(128%[127%j127H 127% ! 127%
5.700 do rights ! Sb 2% 2% 2H — ! —
Peorla & East..! — I — j — — 27 30
980 Peo Gas & Coke 101 101% 100% 100% 100% 100%
- — --IPere Marquette. — i — 1 — — v; : 87' i
1 do pref ......— — — — 79% 80
, Philadelphia ...I — ! — — — 82 "i 85
-irC<■ &st 1... I — I — — ' — 73 I7^
• do pref I — I — — — 98 105
-iP Ft W & Ch. .i — j — ! _ — 185 llfO
600 Pressed Stl Car.! .'.s i I :.r,:, 55% 55% :',\\ 7>C\i
155 do pref !80 |80 !90 '.*> ' 89% 90%
Pullman V Car. I — I — I — — ::l'> 213
Quicksilver ' — — j — — j 1 j 2
— : do pref I — _____ I 6% 9
— -|R B Securities.: — — — — j 82% 91
10il!»Ky Sti Spring.. 31% 31% 31% 31% 31% 31%
100! -do pref '65 !85 85 jBS 185 ' 85%
15,100 Reading: | 4»%l 50% 40' 4 i 494 49% V.i%
10 do Ist pref \B4 I^.! 84% M- ■!■ v i 82% P4%
100| do 2d pref ! 60% I fif'.ij' G_:i! »>JV.. I (Wl;,! i>.S
Rens & Sara ..I -- I — ] — — 205 " ! 212
1.100 *Rep Iron & Stl. 18 I 16% 16 ' 16% 16 i 10%
300 • .-• pref .- | 7.'.'. I 76% 76 !76 75% 7.
69,929 i R0ck- Island Co 37% 38% 30 1 36% M' : 36%
1.500 do pref ! 7_ 3 72% 71% 71% 72 : 72%
-Rome A ... Oi?d. i — j — I — I — — 137 ■
200 ; 'Rubber Goods.. 24^1 24% 21 124 24 |25
100 'do pref (79 i 79 79 179 79 ! BO<4
- — —ISt Jos &Gr 1...! — : — — j — 30 ' 12
1 do Ist pref.... — — — — 44 i 47
— — - do 2d pref . . | — — j — I — 17 IS
2.200 SI L & San Fr..-j 73 !73 I 72% 73 73 73',
i do Isi pref . ! — i — I — — I 7.-. ,so "
700 ■ do Sd pr-jf j fi.%14 ! 66% I 65» ' fir, I .;.; I 67
300 St Louis Southw 121 '21 121 21 ■21 ' 21%
1.200 do pref. - I 47 I 47 ! ;•-. 46% 16% 47
100 i hloss-Sli St &i! :.i |51 .-.1 r.i jSO 51%
1 do pref I — — — — 185 192 "
14.240 Southern Pacific 51"541 51vi ,51 50% 51%
6.K50 1 Southern R R...1 27 S « 128 27U| 271 27 4! ■ 1 73 1
400 do ; ref. I 01%; 91% 90 ■■ 90% 90% 91%
• ' do M& O ctf a — j — — _ 190 " i (>-{ii
! Stand Rope &T| — — — I — | 31.i 4
2.935 1 Term Coal ,v Ir. ; 56% 57 56% 56% :.■; | 56%
3.olo'Ttxa«i & Pa 111 31% 32 ! 31V] 31% 31% .''.t'
100 do Lana Trust 34 ! 84 . 34 1 34 | 33 i 12*
.Third Aye RR. ! — — — — . 120 122
Tol Peo & AV...| — — — — S '.18? 21
T. IRy & Ligrht. 1 — j — — — 28 '_O
1001.] St I. ft "U"..' 22'- 22:, 22% 22% 20% 22%
880 ■ do pref .. j id j 4.. ! 40 " j 40 ' | 39% I"
87.-. Twin City RTr 105 105% 105 106% 1 105 ' 105%
1 dr. pref ; — I _ _ — 155 159
•1 nion Bag & P — j — — — I 9 ' 0--.
1 ».lo art ■ ■ — I — — - r,s I 7,, "
I'nlted Fruit Co 1 — I — I — — 102% l«.;
21.400 L'nlon Pacific... 857 iB6 ]85 85 85 " i F>s%
22 do pref ! -' , -■■■, P9% 8i» 4 B.SU BU .
1011 In Ry Invst Co 17% 17% 17% 17% 17 { 18
1001 do pref. 55 . 55% 55% 55% 53 55
IT 8C I P & •■• — -- - — i 10 15
' •do pref j _.___) so j 63
100|U'S Expreai 115 115 115 115 till 120
81,000! s Leath< 12% 12 . lOSI 10% i<>.% 1..1
; B.Oati »do pref ! 95% Bfl '■> . | I>4_, 04',; 95
9.W» t; S Res & C 18% 19% IS ; |S% 18% IS%
250 ■'■■■■ pref . | >~: | 6.1 63 • >.'! 63% f!4
|C S Rod .•. Ref. ! — I — — I-- 3d j3l
800 B Rubber . .. 15»gi 13% 15 16 15 | If;
»0 ' do pref I 51% M% j 51 % 51% 60 I 62
V S Shipbuilding — I —" ! -- ' _" I -:.. 10
1 do pref I—.,' — j — _ |. 3 30
83,060! r 8 Steel . 31% 82% 81% SI'S.: 31% 81%
15.930: do pref I H1B«I 82% 81'-| mv| Sl«4 81 .
400 Va Caro ''hem . 58', j £8% 67% R7% 57%! .".-
i do pref . — ' — I — — lO] I- ■■>
300:'Vulc Detlnntng 28% 2S'i. 28^ 28U — ' —
8.500 (VabasS . .. 1 25% 26% 25S ... j 25T4 28
6 - 700 .*" F' r *'- ••■••• 45 '* 4,-,, 4 -, i. 4 ; „ 45% 45%
! W>ils Farso Ex.! — • — ! _ _ 200 ' 220 "
l.««HW>_t I'nion Tel. ■84 84.: M 184 ;_3% 84
Westlngb Mfc .| — I _ | _ _ M • |l!<4
1 do lit pref ! — I _ I _ _ 1;,,, -„,
500 Wheel A- 1.E... 23% I 23% j 22-. 22% 22% 22*
3001- do lw prat . . 1 &•% i 60 I 59 "i nM ' I 58 ! 80
400 1 do 2d pref I 86% .'!«'-, 35% 85%] 35 j .v.'i
1 100 '.VI- ii.-in Cent. 21 I 21% 21 ■ 21H "1 ' 21"
600! do pref. 0% 43%; 4;'. 43 42% 434
' |Va Iron C C. -|-| _: _ 2S j .-•]
547,846 Total sales for the day. 'Unlisted.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
STOCKS.
hares] I Open- I High- i Low- i Last
sold. | I ing. ! est. I eat I sal*.
S.3GOIAmaI Copper I •:_*! «*| •»*) «_"•
30 Am Car *.- c ■ 37 _l •-••■- 3«V>, :,.'..-■
60 Am Locomotive... •£.-.•» ,r,li. ■;;.' -.'.■
780 Am Sugar ! 124"* 124% »|3Ji i '5??
6.160 At Top & 8 P.... 7.'. * ■■■> .4*. 74.*
&340 Ball .v Ohio ! 89,, |D*4 g, ...,
1 790 Brooklyn R T ! 61 > ,','-,' ,£* ,§2
li^i i1 1 i
sass.'AKsS£i §* gl II M
22.51 H. Chic Mil &St P. . !»>*. "1% 14t>£ 14»,*
6 .;;|g_! I,^::::: _% g* g? SB
m ao v r--f Mj* »jj ,»•; ,-;^,*
■ & safes |1: &« i i II
540 Mcx Central l 2S i j»» r*J» ; £
70 Mo X & Tex P--..1 .Sv ■?••' "I** ,££
f.O'-OfMo Pacific I !"*>*»! J 2V * V.t* -.4*
ppl§l I i i i
Illil 1 1 1 1
100 <1« rights ,«? HinTH inT io7" lot
lO .JIO L-nlon . g g* »H» H
2O| do pref *•£ ♦ ?££ j^ 1(> &,
4 o 2SrE| 1 II 1 i
10.320 IT S Steel , |1* |4 151 5 g_
II^MhI 8.1 811 sal i
ISfI.OCO Total gales.
BONDS.
$lo.omic RI& P4s MHJ MSI MS| £**
-2 000 Hock > Valley 4H«. 10. W. I WT- io^
4.000 1 Mcx Cent M Inc.. IJH 17 J»! iis! 75 £
131.000 Total sales. ___————
MINING STOCKS.
l.OOOlComstock I-«| -« il^i 1^ I*
1000 Con Imperial ; .05 , .05 •'» i m ,
200 Hale * Norcross.. • «<> , •«» ™ ft ' , ;*,
«V»! Isabella ! •!§ A * '25 ! 07
ftfX/Potosi 27 -^ • _ M
500, Savage. ;*> •- .__>
ICO St Louis »> -g> £ s .55
SOO Sierra Nevada. .j£ •«» .-^ j w
lOOlSllver Hill ty> ' I - 2 ° '"" —
5 100 Total sales. ,
WHEAT.
1 °et 1 H ift t !i_grllF
WALL STREET AND EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING. Foreign houses dealt in
40 000 Fhares in the local market, buying 15»«O
snares on balance. In London the general mar
ket was inactive, but consols showed a rather
firmer ton-. Paris exchange on London was a
trine firmer, but at 26 franc? 18 centimes had not
advanced beyond a point where gold exports would
be possible here, in view of the strength in de
mand sterling. There was a light demand for
money in all the European centres. Bar silver
continued weak, and at 24-y 8 d showed a further de
cline of 3-15 d from Tuesday's quotation.
STOCK I>OAN QUOTATIONS.— Loan quotations
were: Amalgamated Copper. Anaconda, American
Ice. Atchison common and preferred. Brooklyn
Rapid Transit. Baltimore and Ohio common. Colo
rado Fuel. Delaware and Hudson, Erie common,
first and second preferred. Louisville and Nash
ville, Manhattan. Missouri Pacific. New-York Cen
tral. Norfolk and Western. Metropolitan Street
Railway. Pennsylvania. People's Gas. Reading first
preferred. Rock Island. St. Paul. Southern Railway
pn»rerT«d. Southern Pacific. Sugar. Tennessee Coal
and Iron. Union Pacific common and preferred.
United States Steel common and preferred. United
States Leather preferred. Wabash preferred, and
Western Union, 2^» per cent, and Canadian Pacific.
1 per cent.
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY.- There
have been many reports circulated throughout the
paper trade within the last two weeks of the great
curtailment of production by the International
Paper Company anl by many independent mills,
due to the. great drouth, which has lessened the
water power at many manufacturing plants. The
drouth has been greatest in the northern part of
New-York State, and for this reason it was thought
that the production of the International for May
would be greatly decreased. Upon investigation it
has been found, however, that the curtailment of
production at the International's plant at Fort Ed
ward and other New-York State mills has been so
small as not to cut any figure in the production
reports. The reason for this is the foresight of the
company in storing away pulp last winter, to be
used in case of drouth. There is enough of this
pulp on hand now to last the company for a con
siderable time in case the drouth continues.
MAY ISSUE NEW STOCK.— It Is reported that
the directors of the American Telephone and Tele
graph Company will, at their June meeting, an
nounce an Issue of stock which will amount to
about $21,000,000.
PACIFIC MAIL DIRECTORS.— At the annual
meeting of the Pacific Mail Company directors
'were re-elected with the exception of Charles H.
Tweed, who was succeeded by Paul M. Warburg, of
the firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. The board now
stands. as follows: George J. Gould, Edwin Haw
ley. Ogden Mills, R. P. Schwerln, Paul M. War
burg. E. H. Harriman. George H. Macy, Russell
Sajre and James Speyer.
UNITED STATES LEATHER. -The liquidation
In Leather common represented the Street's ad
verse comment on the proposed new financing. It
was argued that whatever arrangement was made
would be at the expense of the common stock
holders, and a special bond issue to refund the
back dividends on the preferred would only em
phasize the hopeless position of the common stock
as regards any possible future distribution.
MISSOURI. KANSAS AND -Application
has been made to the Stock Exchange to list Mis
souri. Kansas and Texas Railway Company J252.000
first mortgage 4 per cent bonds of 1590.
PACIFIC MAIL.
Pacific Mail's receipts and expenses for the year
in detail follow:
Receipts:
Gross receipts from steamers operated $2,677,913
Central American governments for transporta
tion of malls 14.510
Rei • and other collections at agencies 183.42*
Income from investments 1.810
Exchange . 115
Total $2,827,806
Expenses:
Steamer <-x|f!i«<>>< $1,880,088
Agency experaea 347.5'j.S
General expenses 72.054
Miscellaneous expenses 1.506
Insurance 118. 808
Interest on loans 18,800
Total : $2.1 •«"•■*
E. 11. Harriman, president of the company, says:
There was a shrinkage in the company's earnings
from an unusual combination of unfavorable con
ditions. Th'- earthquake in Guatemala unsettled
business in that republic for a. considerable time, 1
quarantine existed nt wine of the Mexican ports,
the low price of silver reduced the exports to all
countries on a silver basis, and some business was
diverted by the low rates made by the Suez Canal
liner. '[•':. sum of (314,82320 has. as customary.
be**!! charged to the year's expenses for general
and extraordinary repairs of steamers. After'
'■harging this account with expenses payable there
from, there remained 1933.637 46 to the credit of this
fund at the close of the year.
The statement for the year ended April Z>\ 1303.
compares as follows:
IS>O3. I!VY> Ch»ne-s.
Grow ea.rnlr.RS J2.5?7..Vi« $2. 029.34 ft ln< .S7OB I»V>
Expenses 2.504.4C3 2.012,490 Inc. 401.904
Net earnings ... $323,110 $1<5.«>47 ne. 5308,231
Depreciation anil re
pain 314. 81^ 324.7*2 Dae 0.059
Surplus »s.;w '$307.9:5 1nc. 5316. 215
' •Deficit.
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
The following securities were sold yesterday at
auction at the New-York Real Estate Salesroom
by Adrian H. Muller & Son:
$3,nort Chicago. Burlington and Qulivy Railroad
Company (lows Division) •'> per cent sinking
fun.l tnor:6i»«« bonds, ■!"• Octnh-r. llilft.
• Coupon! April and October lllVj
$2,Of»> Chlcajro, Burlington and Qutncy Railr.-ad
Company 'Illinois Division) 3'» per cent
Tnortcaire bonda. due 194&. Coupons January
$2,000 Union Pacific" Railroad Company first MM
convertlble 4 per rent gold bonds, due 1&11.
Coupons May and November • »'*»
$2 000 Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Company
C per cent construction rr.,rtza«e bonds, due
11)11. Coupons March and September 114,*
JI.OOO Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad Company
7 per cent registered bor^J. due May. 1&21.
Coupons May and November »*■*
S share* Pennsylvania Railroad < ''.mnany ... . . 130
3 rtiares New- York Central and Hud_on River
, JK'&towSS'Sd Btsssosi'bsaaj C-m^.: JWi
2 shares National Bank of W«sl Troy. N. V... I--"
5 fhares National Bank of Commerce ■■■■■ ' 515^
10 shares Lawyers' SlWlS— * Insurance Com-
100 Shares' New-York and ' Harlem Bailro«d Com-
pany common £."",* nr»>'»
50 shares Hanover National Bank Z^ %
12 shares Mercantile Nattonal Bank -£
100 shares Mercantile National j? an - ;• " " rll',; ' S<,
10 share» New-York National Exchange Bank... _
1 .hare Metropolitan Trust Company £»
100 shares Merchants' National 8ank. .... ••••■• • ™ '■*
J2(i<s<» New- Madrid County. Mo « P".. 0 *"! v.?)
aXea K e bonds. District No. 3. Due March. IJ-fl.
Coupons annually March. • ,_
l 2 ,h.irf? American Surety Cojnpanjr. -•• — --■ 310
2O iihar^. Brooklyn Academy of Murte _ «wtth two -.i"
2O rt-r^ Rrn.kVr A^ f le,r,y ol MSSIS -wirh WO
2 shares Clinton ilall Assoclarlon '.-„!
2 fharey (Tlnron flail AssceJatloti
10 shares Standard Trust Company •'
=no shares Morton Trust Coir pany. ... --••• ••••"•• ■
_0O shares 'The Railway Age and Northwest.m
30 ?har£ ad t"h* rarJour^ai " Fubl!,hln* ' OB« $j - f
P-nyP -ny •
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
While prices ruled generally steady ••• outside
stock? there was scarcely any activity worthy of
mention, trading beta* restricted to two or lhre«
issues. Northern Securities showed more or loss
irregularity. At the opening light buying ap
peared, and the price advanced nearly 1 per cent
above the previous closing, but in the subsequent
dealings on realizing lost all the Rain. American
Can shares were well supported; the common
gained about 1 per cent and the preferred '4 pst
cent. Havana Tobacco common rose 1 per cent
on small purchases: American I-la;ht and Traction
common advanced 7 per cent. Standard Oil sained
£ points. White Knob Copper gained % per cent.
New-Orleans Railway common advanced a frac
tion. In bonds Rock Island new 5s were strong
and active, advancing I per cent to S7^_. Four
hundred Oppenheimer Institute preferred sold at
[email protected]& Two hundred United States Refrigerating
sold at 351+. and 150 Manhattan Transit sold at V*.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
ACTIVE STOCKS.
(Turnl-h-d by William E. Nichols & Co.. So. 15 'Wall St.)
Bid. Asked. I Bid. Asked.
Am Bar * Fkg. 47 4>*V_!lnt<r Hap Tran. . IjTJi I«*>
Am Can •>'» •'• ■* do 90 p c ... Mit 10»»
do pref 4.'. 4 • ■, Kitch Mining ta **
Am Malting 6s. 0l» l i 100 | Lißht V & Put.. S3 1 . M
Am Tobacco 2'JO 330 | Majestic Con 2** 4
Bay State Gas.. '.i *s|Manhat Transit.. 9% *
Burden's C M..107 110 M & B fop Co.. l'j I*%
do com 116 ll!>H|Nat'l Sugar pf..MB 104
Brit Col Copper. 4 4 1 _;N n Ry Co 14 —
BRT« «2 S3"; do pref — 41 1 .
Calif Copper.... »i 'a; do 4'_s 81 Si**
Camden Land... 5-16 _|iN E Trans .... % ■»
Casein Cool A. l'» 14 IX V Trans *'. : 4 1
do pref _. — SSUJNorth Securities. 0:;\ S4
Cent Fdry 22 X 4X 4 3'» Otis Elev com... 30 4!
do pref* IB IK I do pref b<s &7
Compressed Air. 1 1 1*;1 *; Pa. P& N" com. *» 1■»
Con Refrig 4 4!i| do pref 2'_ *
De For Wire >> Ml I do Deb »> — 70
Domln Secur... 5 2'> IRoyßPcom 112 US
Electric Boat. 23 -"' I do pref 1"- l":i
do pr--f. .41 M ! Seaboard Air L_. -44 -M *
Elec Li It com.. 1.-i 2 | do pref 41 2 42
do pref 3 4 IB*— b St & 1r... "'■» 1
Electric Vehicle 8 I" I Standard Oil «4» 653
do pref 13 14 (Storage Power... »♦ 1
El*ctro--Pneu .. "4 a *iSt Louis Trans. . 24's 24"(t
Fuel Oil Power. 2m -4-.. i nl.-.n Copp<»r.... l , 1\
Gold 11111 Cop... * Hi Term <\,pp€r 2. 2C'i
Greene Con Cop 21 a * 22V_:Un!t Box Board. Mi 3*3 *
Gugg E\pl C 0. .120 130 I do pref - 22 V» 23 ; »
Hacken Mead... 14 141 4 IS (United Copper... IB In
Hay Tob com... 3!> 41 0 S Light AH.. 9 OS
do pref s«> •<" I Wash Tr Co 10 11 '»
Houst Oil com.. 6 8 1 do p r »f 4O*i 41
111 Trans lH 141 do 4» 77*4 7* : i
do pr»f 3S 3» I White Knob Hop. 14*» I*s
Int Mer Marine. S»i 10 I do 6s 133 —
do pref 23 29^_;
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols & Co.. No. IS Wall-st.>
,1 Int. I Int. I 1
I rate. I period. [ Bid. , Aikd
American Elevated Co ! — I H , 1
Amer. Light & Trac ... I — I — 7B
Amer. Valley Co. bonds "3-- ■ Mft 8 ! 80 ; 92
Aberdeen ''.vis ! — 42V 4.'.
Am S Kpf & com combined. — I — I 60
American Chicle 1 Mthly ' 118 122
American Chicle pref 6 Q-J 88 : 02
American Bank Note 5 Q-J IMfe _•!>
American Brass — ■ 13f> —
American, Graphophone 8 ■ Q-D 30 ; 40
American Graphophone pf.. 8 Q-D 80 60
Am. Pine — — 25
Am. Press Association 6 [ Mo 80 so
American Palace Car — | — 32
Am. Ship Building — 421* 43!4
Ant, Ship Building pf .'-. 7 Q-J 83 104
Am. Soda Foun. com . . — 3 [ 5
Am. Soda Foun. Ist pref.... 8 I 65 75
Am. So _a Foun. 3d pref.... — j 1* 22
American Thread Co. pref.. 5 , J & J 3"i 4'i
American Typefounders" 1 4 Q-J 34 : » 37
Amer. Typefounders' pref... 7 ! Q-J 92 ' 10>»
Amer. Window Glass ! 141 ■ SIS 90
Amer. Window Glass pref. . 7 — . 37
Amer. Writing Paper com.. I — 1 4 : » 5
Amer. Writing Paper pref.. — | l:» 20 1 ?
Amer. Writ. Paper bd3. 55.. 5 i J & J 72 73 ; j
Anthracite Coal — ! F * A ! V> \ 80
Automatic Heating pref — I 02 93
Bliss E. W. Co 10 Q-J 14". !.T>
Bliss E. W. Co. pref li» ' Q-J ■ 14.; 145
Celluloid Company 8 ! Q-J 113 121
Ctn. Fireworks com 2 21 Si
Cen. Fireworks pref 7 F& A 62 «7
ChesebrouKh Ml« V Mo 450 i 47"
Chic. K. B. Tcr Ele. Co. ss. 5 M & N .v» 55
Cen. Car Heating V F & A 65 : 75
Columbia Elec. & Mfg. Co.. — ) M ' 75
Penv. On. Water Co. pref..| — — 33
Deny. Un. Water Co. bonds. I 0 | J & J 95 09
Empire Quicksilver. ! — I | * ! 1%
Empire Steel - — I ' I~V I.V»
Empire Steel pref I 6 j J * J 51 54
Empires. Sugar — I ■) — ""2'j
Empire S. Sugar Ist 6s 6 I J 4 J j — ; 95V»
Gorham Manuf. pref 6 | Q-J . 128 —
Hudson River Tel 8 i Q-F > V*> 105
Hall Signal — I 6 | Q-J 100 110
Herring H. M. Co I— % 3
Herring H. M. Co. Ist p.... 7 32 I *>
Herring 11. M. Co. 2-1 pi 7 5 M
Inter 1" Ens com and pref . . i 7 40 65
Inter. Rubber Co j — 44V ■»,■>
Inter. Power pref — i — ir»>
Inter. Salt.- — j i »•_ 10H
Inter. Salt 5s 5 A * O ' 42 ! 4S
Inter. Elevating Co 8 I I So 0".
Iron Steamboat — I 11:2
J. B. Stetson com 15 i A * .T i 155 I 1«5
J. B. Stetson pref S ' J * J 140 160
Lorillard pref 8 j Q-J | 120 , 133
I_jnston Monotype — ' I &*■» 10'^
Maine S. S. bonds I — I — — | 74 I 80
Maine S. S. stocks — IS I 9
Madison Square Garden 6 j M & X ' 14. 1!>
Markeen Copper — J i *i %
Hersenthaler *15 ! Q-J ' 182 l«*
Mexican Silver 8s — I — ' 34 40
National Cer.al Milling Co. — j 50 I —
National Gramo I — ] 2 : t' 3
N. Y. Stevedore !12 Q-M ' M%, 8«? i
N. Y. N. J. & T I 7 Q-J KM 15-1
Old Dominion S. S t 6 J & J ' 115 tai
Oppenlvimer Institute pref.j — ' ' 9<> »:{
Pitts., Bess. &T. E I 3 i 34 M
Perm. Salt Manuf 12 A_- O j 112 V —
Planters' Compress — 1 ■ — ' lfl
Planters' Compress pref — i 70 .2
Pratt & Whitney pref 6 I 99 —
Procter ft Gamble 12 • i 340 343
Procter & Gamble pref 8 ■ 202 204
Quaker Oats — ■ ; 60 71
Quaker Oats pref — I 90 B2
Railway Auto Sal"? — | 40 45
Railway Auto Sales pref — 75 M
Safety Car Heat A- Light 9 Q-J 172 ISO
Securities <"o. Consols 45... 1 — — — 60 . TO
Simmons Hardware c0m.... 1 S An-F ' -- 163
Simmons Hardware Ist pf . . 7 Fft A 132 ' 145
Simmons Hardware -d pf. .. — ' 132 143
Simpson-Crawford Co — 2C 2S
Singer Mfg. C 0.... 12 Q-J I 350 ' 303
Standard Coupler 1H I 32 ' 40
Standard Coupler pref 8 ■ 130 140
Stand. Metal Tile — 14 2
Stand. Metal Tile pref....... — 8 *'*
Stand. Mill. Co — 5 «
Stand. Mill. Co. pref — — 2fi
Stand Mill. Co. .15...' 8 MftN 73 j 74 !
Stand. Rotary Motor — — 28
Stand. Rotary Motor pref... — — S5
Sterling Copper I — 6*i «4
Swift & Co I 7 Q-F MsH 121
l"th * 2:!'. Street Ferry I 8 A ft O 60 75
Tubular Pis I — lVi .1
Tefft Weller Co v I— 17 25
Tefrt Weller pref I— 8s ; *2
Trenton Potteries com ..( — 111 22 l »
Trenton Pot. pf assented...! 8 Q-M 90 : 95
Trenton Pot. Funding Ctfs. . I 4 • J ft J 70 I 75
Trow Directory, new j 4 ■ ■ fj
fnlon Switch & SlKnal 4 1 Q I _ 170 ltd
Union Switch & Signal pf. . J 8 ! Q-J ' 205 2<>7
Union Typewriter oom ] « | lf>7 115
I'nion Typewriter l;-t pref . . ( 1 | a ft O 117 120
I'ni-jn Typewriter 3d pref...! 9 ' A* O IIS 121
Un. Lead A Oil — 1 — ' US
Un S. i 1 ii — I — 24
Un. C. & Ch. pref — — ST
U. S. Lumber — . | 200 2K>
V. Ry. of St. L. pref I 5 Q-J : •> SI
r s Ft •• c F notes. 1905.. 5 MAS 86 »>"!
I'll Tot. do. wl ....I — «i .1
Un. Tob. Co. prcf w ! — — ! 1.1
U. S. Envelope com — — — 10 ' 2«
U. B. Envelope pref 7 QM <»h 75"
C S. Glass com 7 Q-M M —
U. S. Glass pref — 140 14.'.
Wash Bids Ass'n ... — 40 50
Westlnghouae Air Brak» 25 Q-J I 3SO ' 34')
Worthington Pump pref — | ■ i 124 I ■
STREET RAILROAD BONDS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols ft Co.. No. 15 Wall )
I Int. I Int. 1 I
I rate ( period. I Bid. iJUk'd.
Atlantic Aye !st. I»fl> 5 A ft O 103 105
Atl Aye Con Be g. I9SI 6 A & O 110 114 1 *
liklyn Heights l«t. 1941 S A ft O 105H 10J>
liklyn B ■ W E Gen. 1933. 5 A ft O 101 10.
Ilklyn City Cms ss. 1841... 8 J ft J 100 HI 4
Bklyn CTOMtown Ist. 190*.. 8 J ft J 104 107
Bklyn C & N-wtn Ist, ISO 3. 5 J ft J in^i 113
Coney I*!and A li Ist. IMS. 8 J ft J 100 102
Coney Island .v- B ctf. tO>>3. \ 8 J ft J MM 10'J
Calvary Cess * G Ist. 100 T. 6 J ft J *10.1«_ 10HS
Del Un li' Ist 4',«. !'.t;i2. .. — J A J i 97 MO
Opt A I_nr!mer Ist. lUIO ... « MAN'! 105 107
Grand 81 & N'n IV isnirt .. 5 FA A I 1034 —
Jamaica A Uk Ist. IBM 5 J 4 .1 ' 1024 —
New W .<_ n Ist. mil *\% F* a , M 034 —
■w Beach lit. 101(1 ..... 4 MA N ' »i —
Tonker» St Ry 1-' Bs. 1948
(tiiumi'd by Met St Ry).. 5 Aft O I — "111
•And Interest
STREET RAILWAY COMPA\iE3.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols A Co.. St. 15 Walt-»tj
I Int. poTiod. I Bid. | Alices.
Brooklyn CRItIO P c I 215 I 2*7'%
15 S&FrKK I■' Ist 45.19501 J. *J. VV, I f*i *
B A "t.. Aye ■ R Co 10 » c Q.-J. 2»H M
flo Ist 3s. 1-04 J. a r>. 100 iOIi OI
do M 5.-. 131* J. *D. , 1,7^ i,*,*
liway Si:IC Co Ist .-.-. 1321. J. *X. 112S 11.V
d■> •_ Ik. ISOS J. -J. lUIVi JO3
«: P N & fc: U H R Co stock
» j> c Q. J. M 220
D L> X B & B It Ft Co Ist
5». l'J32 r 4 V. m 120
do rip 5 P ■■:. 191* J *IX 102 ir«
Bth Aye XV.Co IS »«-.... Q.-J. j «05 i m
42 1 St II Sc St N Ay« R R
Co IK **. 1-10 w Q I J a nov» 112< «
do «& c .ac, 101 i — M. *3. 9» 100
do stock J. * J. 70 75
Bth Aye X R ■• . _ p c — - m i »V»
2d Ay» R R. Co 5 p c Q. J. 210 Sjt
do con -«. 19-W ! Q M 11l m
Co Ist mt(t I*. 1809 ' M. * N 105 Nw
«th Ay- B B Co 1 pc- MAN*. i". l*»
SRy CXI. IC> Ist «_. 1022. 1 Q.-J. ; IIS j ::»
Tr . A- - By stock I J * I. ( 117' i! n»
23.! SI Cy tt .la. 1303 I Q-J. j 1»2 •.«
Jo stock. 1* p c I J. St. J. ! MX, ! ID
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(UtxOtatlOßa furn!-:he<l by Jo_<rt>h Walk'r A S-.ns. ?Tr J»
Broai-st.)
•. * ..- ; ;
I Dlv.l DlT^ j I T
I rat..! period. 1 BM. [Ask't,
Alftanv ft Sus<| (D AHi ! '< ' J & J 1 234 j —
Alh A Vennwni <C> A H».-.l 3 I it & X 7". —
At! & ■ harl A I- ■•-- RKi..; 7 ; M 4 3 • lit* IT*
AuETista A _mv iCofGai... 5 J He .J j 111 —
A(i .-.- m • M 'Erf* R H»...i 34. J 4 J I --> —
■:.«■■!-. k iNY_MRKP.i.i 4 < Q-J '■•♦ —
Berkshire <N VN H 4 H>.| <* ! Q-J I*2 —
Ble* rSt 4 FKiMglti.j lh J * 1 33 ?J»
Bo«t ■.- Albany fS VC» - I Q-M | 2-"5 2.'^*
Bost _. Lowell (B &Ml I S jJA J ( 23.% j 242
Bost «■ Prov lOId Colony*...! 10 ' Q-J 2f>S J _r*>'4
Broadway 4SA»'JIS R).. ! 1" i Q-J | 242 —
Brooklyn City RR(BRT).| li) i Q-J j 24A 245
Cam & Bur Co <P * K».... • ' *A J \ 3rt —
CatawlsM R R Ist pr<P*K) 5 ; M& N i -»'♦ —
<*atawlssa R R 24 pf -rAK>! 5 M & N ' S3> _
rmram* * Si-* iD L. & w.. » ' J •:• ; 2:2 —
i>nrral •' RftCo fM SRi-l It) ■ Q-J j -- —
Central P N" * X R R R Col 1
«XI H R> !> Q-J 1 2PS —
cb*u 4 Gulf <C of Ga) <$ J A I [ m —
Chestnut Hill (P &R) 6 | •>■ , • —
C&1 II com (S I...?F)ft: 4 IIJMI —
CA E Ip( IS I-& S¥) ctf.. 4 Q-J { ~* —
Christ 4 10-h St M 9 R).- 8 Q-J ! " —
CI--V. & Pitts «P RR» ■ 7 t Q-M | 1.0 in
Col A X»n a •!■ X P.. . * Q-M 10 J 2!» ; ZZZ
Concord 4 Mont IB 4 M>.. 7 [ Q-J fl2 1M
Concord A Port (Conn R R). 7 IJ__ J i V>4 I —
Conn &PRpf (B A D-... * ?4 A I '-'■ Jl.»
Conn rißsMi... I* J1 J £•> -
Day & Mich pf <C H * r>».| 8 Q-J ** | -
rv-! A Bond Bk .P * R' I
Det nA3W(L 94 M S). 4 IJ4 J f 108 1^
Dry Dock D 4 B> « I Q-F f 121 130
rast Mahanoy I » I J 4 D I m —
Easr r»r.n .p £• P.. « [ J_. J I •3. —
Eastern Main- <M» Cent)... 4 : -i 51 *x I I™> —
Elmlra 4 W com <: C»nt). 4.58 M 4 N ! I«> —
Eimlra &TV pref <N CemtJ - «.29i f* J I i."JS —
Erie 4 Kal (X, F* M S).-.j 10 !."A A \ 2*o —
Erie & Pitts I Perm Co» 7 t Q-M I»8 j —
Fi'chburß P f >B & M.. 5 ! $-» ( t39 ;t«>
42-: ?t4'191 F'M SR)..| H ! Q-F ! 400 —
Ft V. 4J pf (I- ?i M 3). I 3S M 4 3 143 1-3
0,RR & . 8--- fA - C . U& li Q-J » _
Gcshen 4 P-cker 'E ft R).. 4 April M> —
Gran. RK-r V <Mich f*ent>. 5 JiJ 13 I" 1 —
Greene R.nL tW. .. « J4 D 14S I —
HPMtJA I> 'P ■ R>....1 7 JA J ; V£> \ —
Hart ■ '•"" «'(CX.Ri.! 2 FA A 31! 20 : —
Hereford (Marts Central*.. l 4 MAN \ ■ —
Illinola Cen I> I_ (I C R R>-t 4 J&J M« ™*
Jack L. 4 5 iMleB Central).! 3^i M 4 S 8S —
10l 4 CMc «~ AA R. IT 1 Q-J IS^ —
KA4 a R (_>?_<• M ?>..-■ 4. OOf AA * 142 . —
KCFS-MpflS-iSn; 4 Ir & A «3 ! —
Lake Slum K•«.S*M SV |JO ! " 4 A »» | —
Little M!«ml <P CC A S L>.| SH ! Q-M I 225,?. ~~
T. 8 N ''. ■N C <PA R....' 4 ! Q-J «% — _
U. .4- Mo R(C * A» ! It U J A*O 190 J W*
L>ken» Valley (X^r C»r.t>..| ft ! M 4 N ! « ; «>
Man A U«r»iM-« •'■ A M>.. 10 i JI 4 X ' 23rt , 253
Mi"a Va'.-v <•; APK R' 1O ! I». I —
Mine mil 4SH tP 4 !->..! 1* Q-J | ', - —
Mob .v Birm pf "So Ry> ! r. Q-J ?_ : 05
Mob * Ohio »8 K«r "'" ■ I Q-J M *■*
Mor C4B Co com '. V R>- 7 I J& J O —
Mor C&BCo Pf <LV R>.. 9 ! TAJ l^ 1 * -
Morris a Essex iPL&Wi. 7 J& J | 198 192
Nashua 4 Lowell .B 4M. . « ! F4 A 2W . —
Na-h 4 Decatur fT. 4 N">... S4; J_J | M —
Nausatuck IS YN H* H>. . 4 ! J4 J 2j> —
X J Trans C"? RR> 10 | Q-J 273 ■ —
N T4 H .N TC4HR)...; SSI Q-M 1 3-J \ -
XT L 4 (t> L. 4 " .1 :J& J i 13- , —
Ninth Av.-r. :■? (Met S.P.yV. 7j MA g -
OMColony P .N-YNH&«,., 7 ; Q-J I**
Osw 4 Syr-urns* .DL4 V,>. S . J4 J -.^ r ZS*
Pat A HuJ River (Erie).... * I J4 J I*o !
Pat & Ramapo lEri"! « j F4 A 2"« ; —
Peo4E Val <CRI4P>.... 12 ! J& J ( »•, —
Fhil Ger A Nor «P * Ri.-- <» i Q-F »«*» "
Phlla * Trer.tnn fP-nnV... • ( Q-J -■ ' | —
Pitts Bess & L Erf com (B [ }
&L. E 4 earnest* < 0>... j * Q-J o3 —
PFtW 4 C (renl <7>enn> . . ' 7 ! Q-J 1« —
PMcKiT (PiLEiLMS). 6 | JA. 3 JS I
r ■•'« 4Noaiß 4A) 5 •j* .t J^ 1 —
PW * sprtn* <»ew-En*K - 4 Q-M* :
Prrv * W 0t T N H * H. M '■■
Quinsy BrMk. (C B& Q....,
R.rs « SSM «) A H CW. ■ S J .<- \ ,
Roch A 6«, v (Erie) 1 <?-■£' '28 — *
Rom» * Clinton «Del 4 H>.| «'» J J r , J « |-
Rome WA O (N T ■-)....! • i Q-y «4 ! 13*
Rut v Whitehall 'R 4 SO--. « ! Q-F M,' »*> ; lA>
Sara 4 - il>l 4 Hud> -7 | J 4 J • ->•» ; —
Sharon Ry <Erl-> { « M* S 13 -
Southw (Ga> (Tent of 0a)..! 5 i 3 -t J 11W | »=»
Spayten D 4 MtM.NTO-l ! IJ a { J ■ "
Stock 4P«XT NH 4 H).- « Q-J 15 i -•; -
PeccnJ Avena* <M SR> I» I Q-M \;" —
Sixth Avenue (M 9R> I X Q-F 1T.%
Syra Q«Ct» T O S« Q-F | « -
S»»*OrMB«TO 7
Twenty-third »M H ■>... IS f V - Jgn =^
r N J R RJI '" Co P R R> 1"
rpper Coos .Miir.e C*=t>... 1 IM .O ■;
ft lea &B R 4 0>... 7 ,M 4 SSI I* | -
I" C 4 s v <_> L 4 "W> R !M 4 5 I•• I l^
UC4B (D 4 H> '8 IF 4 A lOi 11.
Valley of XT iDLt^- 9 1J i J 125 i —
Vermont i Mass (Fitch R). 6 !A & O .; 1.0 I —
Ware River (B I A) 7 I J*ilSJ —
Warren Cl J) (D L. 4 W>... 7 I A .*• 0 V«. —
Wilton »*4 A 4 O 240 -
Worcester (Nash 4R> »% *• * '* 2 —
Am«r Tel 4 Cable > j Q-M S5 -
! Commercial Union _..-. « J4 J l!> —
Com Cnlon of Maine « J 1J» —
Franklin Telegraph 2% 51 ■ .• H —
Gold 4 Stock Telegraph .... «1 Q-J 115 —
Inter Ocean Tel.irraph I I I Q-J I 112 —
Northwests Telegraph 1 "' ; J & J : 120 —
Pac A At! Telegraph I 4 ! J 4 J ; »3 j —
Southern 4 Atl Tel I 8 I A 4 O I 95 I —
BANK STOCKS. "
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wai! st >
I : .
! I Dividend. I I
Capital. when I Bid. lA-ke<__,
payable. i I
America [$l.30O.00O; Is J. &J. I .I*o i KO
American Each. . . 5 •<»■»'• S M. & >'. l'3o -So
Astor National... 350.000| 2<> Quar. J. 730 I")
Bowery „ I 2-0.OX»! «J.A J. 3m) S3S
Butchers & Drov. . 30O.(>00i 135 ' Jo.">
Consolidated .... I. ■«»>.'»•" 132 10H
Central l.C<»).0OO: SJ. 4 J. l*v> ITi>
Century -. liJO.OOOi 173 —
Chase . 1.000.0-O 12 J. 4 J. 700 —
Chatham .- 450.0<)0! T4 Quar. J. 34i> 300
Chemical 300.-OOils<> Bi-m. J. 4.250 4.325
Citizens' 1.530.600 6J. 4J. ISO !
City :2_..oo<>.UCiJ: SM. & X. | 2N» | 2^'S
Commerce jlt>.t»>o.(HiO! »J. I J- i 310 ! 32i»
Colonial ... ' '<•■ •" \ 4<-.-» i --
Columbia ... ' 3iX>.Ct»-i BJ. &J. S.j —
Corn Exchange..., £00X0001 14 F. 4 A. 40<> 4T->
East River ' 2oft.iK)o 6J.4 J. 160>
Equitable' ' 2>.»K(*X> — U rt
Federal : 1">.000, : — I"-'
Fidelity 200.000 | 19«> 2'"
First National.... !l(M«».tV">' 20 Quar J. ! — -3*
Fifth. National... 2.V)..>00 12 J. 4J. I 373 I —
Fifth Avenue ... lOO.OOO; 100 Quar. J. 3.7-0 -.0"-»
Fourth National.. 3.000.000 7.1 AJ. 220 -"-<>
Fourteenth Street 100.0OO: « M A X. 2TO Z>*>
Gallatln .... 1 •-' ■-"• •- A. & O. 413 4.*>
Gansevoort 2J».000j I*o —
Garfleld I 1.0n0.000l 20 Quar. M. WO —
German-Amer. ..! 750. (M*» BY. S. A. Mi 170
German Exch . 200.000 14 J. 4 J. 410
Germania \ SOftOi-O -" M .4 X. 625 —
Greenwicfc. ...... s»»>.«H«>' *M. 4 N. 3"" « lJ>
Hamilton ' 200.000! «J. 4J. | 170 —
Hanover ' 3.000.000 l'"» J. 4J. , si>O «'°
Importers 4 Trad; 1.500.000 l 2i> .1. 4J. -*> «'°
Irving 1.00O. r.oo! » J. 4 J. 235 TSO
JefTer-on , 2W.000t 1» ( I**
Leather Manuf. . *«.«». 10 J. 4 J. 310 , SM
Liberty ' 1.000.000J 16 Quar. .1. «25 b.i
Lincoln .... 300.000| 1A Quar. F. 1.080 ( —
Manhattan C 0..... 2.0.^1.000; 12 J. * J. S.« j 3»*
Market 4 Fulton. [ 900.000 10 J. 4J. ; 2-*"» -•'*
Metropolis ... . 1 000 000 12 J. &D. 400 -**>
Mechanics' .... 2.0OO.00O! »J. 4 J. 1 273 2»
Mechanics' 4 Tr. 7i«-.<'«hv *j.i J. j l?-> 1*
Mercantile . . , 3.fW0.000; » J. *J. I MB »9
Merchants* 2.01H).<-*i; 7 J A J. I 113 1!»J
Merchants' Exch. A)O.tX\)i aJ. 4 J. 1«3 !•'
Mount Morris .... 2M0.000 225 -S^
Mutual 2')o.t>oo| 200 —
Nas.au ." 800. 000 •* M. 4X. I9S -^
New-Amster Nat. i 6<k>.k»"» 32 Quar. J. s+" Jw
N T N B A 2.oo«>.fKH>! 10 J. 4 J. 310 32>
M y County ; 2<X>.ooo| 7."> J. 4J. [1.500 * —
N V Nat Ex-;-. I.OOfXOOOJ ■> Quar. M. I 215
Nineteenth Ward. ' SW.OOO J ■• rr
North Ametica...! 2.oi)4>.iV>t>: <» J. 4J. ! -2l> —•*
Northern Nat I 30O.0O« ■ 13<> I*>
Oriental . I t-W.OOOI 10 J. 4J. 230 2W
Pactflc ...I 4_2.*tX>| 9 Quar. S\ I 240 I —
Park i ...... 13 J. 4J. ! 475 j 4.<»
People's 200.<XX)t 10 J. 4J. f 2*> &*>
I'hentx l.«VH».iiM»] 117 l-"2
Plaxm lOO.OOOi -0«> —
Produce Kxch. ... 1.000.0C0 7A. 40. 170 1»
Riverside t(X>.Wi«)! »J. & J. 2»> 310
-eaboard Soo.Ono: «J. A J. 8-3 «••»
Second I 300.000 12 J. 4J. I «»0 —
She* 4 Leather., 1.n00.000 1.0 *•*'
State 10»>.0«K>l CO J. 4 J. 700
Thirty-fourth St. 20t>.0«« 213 . —
Twelfth Ward.... 2<V>.ooo! «J. 4J. . 120 i-"»
Twenty-third Wd IOO.OM &F. 4A. 123 —
United National.. I.WOi-00 113 ; »
Varlck lOO.OOOi S'^O — 0
Wa»hlnston Hts-I 10-.*H»| 200 1 —.
West Nat of V S-, lO.ono.'XVl 3*: 1 * 3--»
West Side 2000001 12 J. 4 3. B*>
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FERRY COMPANIES.
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