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THE FINANCIAL MARKETS.
LIGHT TRADJSG IX STOCKS AT SMALL PRICE
CHANGES.
Trade Reaction Continues, hut Underlying Conditions Strong — Money
IJkely to Remain Easy.
THE WEEK IN WALL STREET.
Stack i...rk-: tradis* la the last week pre-
H-.itrd tew fettur«s of Intereat. SeaUnsi being
composed almost fntirrly of the operations of
th»» piufiawlmiil clement, v.h:l» the course of
values m«tde W..l* h'-.'uiv. ay In either direction.
Aa a rule quota*. iliowed small net declines.
There vas abaw'ately no interest In ih» market
on Urn iiart of the cornmi?sion house element,
with r.o inuiiration at rettxtninc activity in specu
latiena l>y Uh pobttc or by the substantial Onan
tia! men of tae Street Wall Street does not
.•-ii '-..r to be alarmed over the condition of af-
CaJra sovernin? the actual worth of Bet.'urlties,
t,ui it (■ ur.able to indsca the outsider to come
Into th- market, v d a? ■ consequence it cannot,
l.-ing about important movcmentß on the Stock
Exehaiifr. Naturally the refusal of buyers to
come iii!o '.Vail Street has created a certain
i.rr.ovr.t of paiaillliim in certain circles, but it la
not like!/ that this frame of mind will beoome
on rive factor in the lr.arket— that is. as far as
forcing: a lover level for values Is concerned.
K'ocks are already r.t a level which, for tho ma
jority of s'c-urities, is well under actual invest
ment worth, ar.d a» the market is comparatively
free of wealt aoooonta, Becurltlea being In the
liaunds cf. strong people, there is little reason to
'..elieve tha.t the bear element will bo successful
in iglaMMiinf materially cheaper fltrures in the
course of the next few weeks, unless there
Fhould be developments of a most adverse nat
ure. While it Is true that railroad earnings are
declining and bank clearings contracting, there
Is no gtiength in the argument which some peo
ple axe advancing that quotations for securi
ties ought to decline with the present reaction
in business. It should be borne in mind that
the stock market began to decline locj before
ther« was any indication of depression in tho
country's industries. This decline has carried
the market down an average of about 40 points
as compared with the high prices of last year,
and It would seem as if this reduction In values
more than measured the reaction In trade in the
United Elates.
Undoubtedly there is a large ehort interest in
the present market, and the chances are that if
an active demand should develop the upward
movement in values would be sharp and ex
tremely harmful to the operators who are now
putting out short contracts in expectation of a
further important shrinkage in quotations. At
the moment, however, it does not appear likely
that there will be an important increase In the
volume of dealings la the next few weeks, and
possibly monihs. The ouielder seems to be wiil
inf to let Wall Ettreet take care of itself, while
the important financial interests have practically
announced that they arOJ not engage in stock
market activity until after the political conven
tions, and possibiy not until after the fall elec
tion. In the mean time brokers who have made
a careful Btudy of the market and of conditions
underlying the value of American investment
Fecurities do not hesitate to advise people who
have idle funds to invest them in the attractive
bargains that may now be had on the Stock
Exchange or in the open market. Th«-y believe
tiiat. even if prices Fhould euffer a further re
action, people who : buy at the existing level,
cither for speculation or as an investment, will
eventually secure ha Isfl an me profits on their vent
ure. First class Invei nrttJea may now
be bought to roturn from 4 to T» p*r Dent, but
th<- rhaimrg are that It * - pogstble to
'i Men an attractive yield after the pres
ent summer, unleaa there should be a business
panic :n the United Statff. Reports from all
ns indicate sound conditions, and business
BWB throughout the country believe that th»
■ r—ftloii artl! be followed by a wave of
praaperltjr thai win exceed anything of the kind
b heretofore hai ced in the
United Sfc
Lighter hmrtneai thr< ugbout th< country is re
flected in railroad earnings, whi« b chow for the
majority of roads substantial decreases as com
pared with the oorrespoading periods In the last
two years. Tl-.e Pennsjlvanla Railroad Com
pany, whi. ■:. handles a most diversified traffic,
representing nearly every Industry In the coun
try. ghowa for the montb of April a loss of over
SoW.oOi la gross, while net earnings present a
decrease of iMll.l<Nt on the lines east of Pitts
burg, making for the first f->ur months of the
calendar year s decrease In gross earnings of
H.88P.100 and a de-crease in net earr.:n,:s of
$2,311,200. On the lines west of PUtsburg gross
earnings in April decreased $178,400 and net
earnings (loT.TOO, making a loss in net from
January 1 0T 51,191,400. arbieh, added to the net
loss on the tinea cast of Plttsburg. makes a re-
OUCtion in net ramtngs from January 1 of
K1.5u2.e00. At th.s rate the company will fail to
•am its dividend, but it Is Dot believed that the
decline In net fn the rest of the year will be so
iK-avy as In the Ural four months, aa the road
has begun to practii economies which will
eerre to offset the decline in gross income aa an
influence on net. In the same month , he rie
Railroad reported a loss ol over (287.000 in
ETO6S and a decrease of over $293,000 'in net
making for th- ten months of the fiscal year' a
loss in net earnings of r.vcr . .h«m«m". of
• ourse it Ehould be borne in mind la studying
ITestnt reports of railroad earnings that comp
arison is mad- . ith a period a year ago. when
the railroads of the country we-e handlin- an
r-xtraordinarily heavy volcm,. of bu,™ tr°amc
k>eing heavier than ever before recorded
Hacwtthsi tte heavy shrinkage In Erie's
nat earnings tn the last r<n months It is not
«ow considered i.iobable that any change will he
e T n hir r :: ; lianys li!sl P*««erred dividend
.? Z y :n '- n w|
great believers in the future of the Brie prop
f^V ■t n<i i ti } t - - :vt Ihat ll >'- «»*<l li controlled in
L ai , 1 by toterorts thai are Identtned with the
ral!rc '- Htaatton v.est of the MtesisafDni Bur
eestsi the r^docn of maintaining a tight hold of
the Erie Stocks. Wabash ECcuritSes v.iH. it is
beUned, tocrease tn popularity just as soon as
activity develops in tii- maiket, owinr to the
comrletlr,:; " r '■■ company's Pfttsburg lines and
to the annourcnicm that the -....rk of carryinr
f.e ajrgfen to the Alhwtie seaboard by ay (lf
the Western Maryland aad (Vest Virgiria Cen
iral v.ill >, c vigorously pushed. The Wabaah
KaUroad ran its Brat train Into Pittaburg last
"Wednesday. Th ■ signiflcanc* of the entrance of
the Wabash .' t Pitisburg will be appreciated by
J>c-opie who understand the railroad situation in
thai part of the country and the wonderful od
portunity that the Wabash company I,OV.- haa
for tacreaatna; its tram.-. Th Pennsylvania vill
In the future be compelled to tltid« part of its
traflte with the Wfcbaafa, bot the growth of
various industries in the section covered hv the
Pennsylvania ar.d Wabash companies will pro
vide enough trafllc foi both roada, Haas people
are selling Pennayrrar.ia gtock on the theory
that a redaction \\:i; bo made in Its il-'vHend
ana the bears on the stork appear to believe
that the issue wll! getl under par before It roes
much bisher. One thing is quite certain, and
this Is that if Pennsylvania Btock sells at or un
der par there will be a. good investment d-man'd
tor the security.
Money market conditions showed no Important
change in the week, bat st-rling exchange waa
Btronger and near the rate at which cold coin
could be shipped at a profit. Further shipments
of gold bars were made, nnd the movement
would have been heavier if the Assay Office
had been able to supply the metaL Call money
ruled at an extremely low level, while time
funds were freely afftre-d at from T. to 4 j er
cent. Ease in money is expected to continue ;«r
many weeks to come. A favorable development
for the week, which, however, had do Influence
on the atock market, was the decline in cotton
which carried th*- price <<f th" staple to the
lov.eht figure elnce laal Dtcemi.fr. The pros
tHata'Of a iar» - yield of cotton thl* year are e:i
eouraaing, and. of course, the importance of a
W« harvest will be quickly appreciated by every
«M« who is interested In th<* welf«r» of the
aa merle in market, especially after la»t year's
hig-h prlcea. whir!: injured our cotton grooda
trade and sorved to check exports. According to
the estimates in;ide by "The Financial Chroni
c le," the acreapo this y^ar has rnaterlaJly In
< reaseij in sll parts of the cotton belt, and, al
though adverse weather affected the early
growth, current conditions are favorable for a
satisfactory development of the crop. The con
dition of the plant on June 1 was more promising
than it was at the came time in 15J0.3, and if the
Jum* weather is satisfactory the outlook for a
large yield will be meat encouraging.
According to the detailed statement of foreign
trade fur the month of April, the exports of
manufactures from this country Increased In
value over the same time a year ago, while the
exports of agricultural prodticts decreased in
value more than J2.000.000. Total exports
allowed a reduction from April a year ago of
only (156,589, while total imports showed a re
duction in value to the amount of over $4,000.-
OO<». For the nine months of the fiscal year
ended .April 90 exports of manufactures in
creased in value nenrly $33,000,000, aa com
pared with the corresponding time in the pre
ceding year, while exports of agricultural prod
ucts increased in value nearly $7.O(mj,<hm>. The
total lnciease for the nine months in exports of
all products amounted In value to nearly $5(i,
000.000, while in Imports then? was a decrease
to the amount of nearly $36,000,000. These fig
ures present no reason for much of the adverse
comment which la heard regarding our foreign
. The current outward movement of mer
chandise from tins country is lighter than It was
i: si year, but the excess "f exports over imports
continues large. The l"i:it -1 States Treasury
:. litlona are also i-ansii.g uneasiness in poorly
informed quarters, owing to the large govern
ment dellcit tor the last ir.onth. In view of the
Panama Cmnl payment the excess of expendi
tures ol nearly 155.000.000 for the month is not
at all surprising.
The extreme dulnesa In last week's stock mar
ket is reflected in a total of dealings for the
live days of only 624,000 shaios. Well informed
bankers are looking forward to more activity in
the bond market.
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
I iLast IFin'll
Sales. | Ecnda. pr'v. High- ly-.v June Net
I Icale. I ast. ; cat. . 4. change
*3C»OO'U S 4s Coup 1926 i 133 I 13241 132Mi,132'il — H
16000 B 4s lieg 1:h>7.!106'4 1061, 106Vt »06\» — H
lOCOIAIa Class A 4-ss(lC>4ii 102 V 102 V 10214 — li
18000 AciLms Ex 4s 101 101», 101% 101% + S
C(X«>:Alb & Su* Gti 7s 10.V4 108 ; 10>! i 106 + Ti
MOO Am H & L 65... : 77 ' 7* , 77 • 77
IMira IiTCT4s : 664 1 '.»> j '.«• 90 — 6Vi
1000 Ann Arbor Ist «• 1 '•<-••» B2 4 I V2\ 02% + ; »
2000 A T4SP AdJ 4s; 91 \ Hl^ 91% ; BIU 4- « V»
7<««r do Stpd I M>Hj St»', 88 : -'.•'■j;
2&C.CHII do Gen 4s ilOl"-* l> 1-4 101 l"i s *[ + H
Booo| do Deb 4i F..1 — : 96 96 ! 98 '
4&OCK) do E Okla 45.. ! 82%| D34i W- M4I + 1"%
£4000 At Coast 45.. 1 99 ; 86% M • X% + *»
s^>ooo B& O Gold 45.. V 101>JI 101 101 Hr ht
21HA' do Reg |l(Vi ii«» 1 100 100 i
6000 do I'LKtWV 4Si H4\ 96 < S'V- t»."i + \
4.V»(«>' do Prior SH». . I f..".-, 9S%\ 96 '.•■'■'. + 4
160001 do Swn 3>»5...l S*lH' i'l I *' >">'. '-'li + S
1000 B47thAv let Cr.Ss'll4 *113 : 113 113 ' +14
107000 Bi;ln liap Tr 4s. 177 I T7 . 7>'.- T6 . -- h
31ix«J Bkln l."n Xl 15t.. 1104% 104% ' 104 4 I'M 1 |
4000 Hkln In Oas 5».;112' 4 112% li: :5: 5 112^ -f Vs
s'>oii B& B Ist Ref 4s 99% (•:- t ■.••. ■.''.•■4 + 4
tooo nc n & n Ist. io;{» 4 , 108% *ior» 4 10m
47'K»oc'an South Ist... l'> 4 :» lius !*'■«'■» l"4 r » + H
1000 <"arollna Cent Ut U3 I 93 W H3 j
94000 C of Ga Con [107 107% l (>r 'N Wt
SaOOOJ do Ist Inc 74' i 74 74 74 — V,
5000 do M Inc i 85 ! 85 | 35 i 35
8000 do 84 Ino ' 2.'*. : 28 ; 224' '.'3
Moo 1 ■>ru O R^or lst. : 100\i 108 ' 10s 108 —1%
8000 C <'. N J <;<ti 5». 132H Ul . 131 .131 | — 14
LSmoolOsnt Pao Otd 4». V<'< t 100% I--' lofis + 4
2SOOO do r.td 34s ... 86% RC4! k " 188 — 1».
47000' C ft O Oan 44j. VH H»J4 104 lO4H 1 + :i: i
72C««>' do Con Bs 115% 115% 115% 11.'.-j +■ :4: 4
i4O--i doßAAlstOao4a|lolH| 1"1S' 101% 101% + 4
8000 do 2\ C-n la.. 94 I ,' '.'7 96% 97 ; + 2- t
9000 rhlo & Ait 84a . . ; 7«\ T9 ' 78% 79 -i- 4
1000 C.t E 111 Oen 5s 1144 ll''*. H'' 4 Ils*i +H*
xooo do s F e».... ioe •; '.-■ „ ios»t iobh -I- %
lOOOIChIa .t X Ist r«s. 11- llrtU' 116% 116% - H
SOfXiO C & N W Oaa 7s 129 • 11"- '■ 12T*J 128 ! — 14
1 100 .Jo r«-b 10.T3 !{«■(;■ '••■ MI4HI 114%'114% + %
] ... d-. P F 61 11« *109 100 108 '— 44
-•"■" rent Br D P 1»t. »2 *90%. 90 . 9«%
235000 C B & Q Jt 45.. ' i»4V M P4\ '.*4V + 4
2701 X d o R» g 03% n.1% 034 93% +• 4
21000 do Jnwa Dlv 4» l"!'w 101% 101% 101% — 4
.'„«-■ do NVh Xx: 4«. 104 1U 108* 103% — 4
1000CM*StPSD li 6s 112% 112% 112 i 112% — :
2000 lo T'rm . «s 110% 110% 110% 11O»»1 + %
16000 '■ XI& IJI J G»-ii 4s ios ii". 1 1034 103% -♦ H
254000 do H1; 4i ... 68% '■'■ C7\. 68 I — '■.
34i«c> ao CI Tr 6a ISO ' TB% 711' i, 79% — 7 »
8000 r SO, *N O 34- '.•-■•- " '. '...-. —2%
6000 C St }' M &• O ht 183% »180% 130% W-*
29000 Phlc Ter Tr 4->.. 74 73% 78M 78% — %
fMWtO '• T Bt I. 81 C 4«. 101 ■• 102% 102% 102% 4- 1
ITmxi CCC*StIj G#n 4? K'l 1"1 '!» v: i '■'■ l
SOOOI <!■.. falro I.iv 4;- 101% 101% 101% 101% -- 4
22'x«> Col .-. Bo Ist 4a.. j '■4 ' L 4 j 82 ' 82 ' — 2
a««' '■ F .'-• I Gen 6a. 99 I 98% 98% l 88% — %
1000 Col 4 fnh Aye Ist lir>'4' 11<1V 11«^ IW% 4- IS
127<**> c>,n T ■■ 4« .. •' ■ ' •'" ■'•'"■. '■" '
21300 I. & R G COl 4». '■ »s%l '.''•". ' 88% f' 1 ""* + H
1000 Det City Gas 55.. ' 98% 97% '■''■: 87% -t- 1
B4000!D«t South 45.... Tf.4' «44 I 4'i ! 44 - 204
]<;i««i do Ohio Ply 4f 80 I 70 • 88 'BS —12
SflOO'Diat Bee Cor 80., 83 ' 82% 82% 82% — 'i
1(K«» li-il 1 I Rn S l»1 11" : 110% 110%i110%
1 1000 ETVAGCoo lnt r ,s lIS4 11^4 II s " 'l' K ' — H
1000 El J* E Ist ss. 114%j*113 ] 113 118 + 1
2ftOo EHe lFt f-™ 75. .1182% 181% 131% 131% — 1%
2000 SO Ist Ext 45.. 114 I 114 ! 114 '114 ;
SOOtti do Ist Con 45.. 88«il ■■- . ■-••'- ■■- .' — N>
24«OO do <~.*n 4s ■-:.■, K% BS ' 85% — "*
I(iCM) do Pa '"1 Tr 4?. R9 ' Bfl B9 ' B9
1000 Flint ft P M 80.. IIS ' 12«> i l«0 120 I + 2
r,(tm> r- wJt RO Ist.) 7.". ' 77 , 77 ! 77 *- 1
JOfifl Ft W X- It C let. 107 l»104%< 104%! t4%
1000 GHASAMAPIMiSs 108 j»107 ' 107 1107 ' + %
2000 .'„•, pac Ist 6a... 1122 : 128 I 123 123 ! 4- 1
8000 Or Bay Deb 8... 12 ! 12 ' 11 12 -
IM ;, : .f &■ sh Iss . 104% 105% 104*4 105% 4- H
Ifin.'. H f, Bt J Con fis.lllS "11J ' 114 114 , -L 2
13000 Ho V Ist 4%5! 107% l H'74' 107H J«JH -— -
lfiOirHud Co Gas .'■!•.. 108% l 104% 104*4 104*4 -♦- **
1000 111 C«at 4- 1562..1102% 104 104 104 ' ->- 1%
HOOOIInt ft Gt S 21..' 9B ' 99 ! 9«*4 98 !
•■■'.-. [Nt Bteam P6a 1102 ; 102 ! 101% 101% — v;
119000 KCFB ft M 4s' 7»% 80 ' 7:- 7:' ; — %
16000 K«n City Bo to.. 70% 70 ( »% 70 — 4
118000 King, c, Bl 49..;4 9 ..; 85? R7 85% 87 4- 1%
2*^xl K«O A- d m i«tJiO4% ion ! io« ion ' 4- IV,
25000 ' Uacka Btael K5... ; » '■ W ! 9TV4 d7"i' — %
1000 I. r. & W Ist Bs 119 ! llfl ' US 1119 '
SOOOI I, 5» «- M S B%sllOOS '"''.■ 100% 100% ,
E/Wni do lx>r» 4a.. . ; B»% 99% !<o'.4 M»"4 4- V
1000IUA W B Qtd 4' s'lol* 100% 100%|100% — l>
8000 I too ft Ark Ist 101% 101% 101% 101% + %
R7OOO L& N '"1 Tr 4s. 97% i'7V 97% 87*4 - 1 - %
20000! do Cl Tr 5i ...1110 ! 111% 1 111% 111% + 1%
810001 do Tniflod 4s..'l"<> l i: 101% 100%. 101% + %
400 V doxn&M Utl2S ltl»% 1»% 12W4
fiOOf.' do Ro Rv Jt 4j 02\! 82% P2\i' »2*4 -,—, — -
W«lo'Mwi Con 4<. 1103%! 103« io»% 1".'.. ■*- H
2000 M Bt Ry G»n 5a.i112%l 11S%I 112*4112% 4- '<
3000 MWBKI Ch 45.1 94% '■•' ' M 94 — J4
8500. Me* Cent Cob 4» 164 ! 04*4 M , 63% I — 8 .
300001 do lft Ino ■ ' I- - '-"•- 12 124 -
«ooo' do 2d In<- It" 74' 6% 6% r '"» — *•
2000 M '.v Bt L.COO 5s 114 115 115 118% 4- 1H
„.„.,, jo Ist P.- 48.. 95% 96%! 96 '96 ' 4- V.
10r.0A'M X A T Ist 4s. 100% 100% •««% BA% + %
UMifiO do 2d 4= . 77 ; 77H .7% 7i%
21000 1 do Kxtr.s 1 100% I loovi W4'loo ; — %
**nnn M X jr. T'f Tss 102 I 102 I 101 1"2 '
4000 Mo Plat Cob 65.! 119% IM% H»H 119H + ■<
HtoiT* lowJinoeS 108% 106% + s
MOO rto Trust 51 . I 106%! 108% 10n 1166%
'••.«. 1 M.'b & <>N-v. Ss 12rt ! 126% 128%1126% 4- U
T,.... M :"&i. 7*127% IJM I 12« jm ; - 4
ioooisc*mi.iatooii»sim, 112 112 112 - V,
17000 ka» F.l^ Xi: 4-. sn-, -. Si. r/.v -•■ •
■vw n- of m Ist Con4a 74 ' 74V 74 74% -I T<,
10000! do PrioV4Wa... 102% 108% 103X1103% t %
23000 s v n Gen 3%5. 99% 99% 9M g» '+ %
I|M , 1 t,,,.. I J 98 98 PS
00001 do l7sOoVß%sl 90% fll I '•• 1>1 ! 91 4- %
iooo v y cock 4- " ■•• 90 .. and 90% + «
loama Into*ieSi*p 5s iot% lj« M 06% 105% + %
'jwooo life 63 ' 92141 93 ! 4- %
10110 N T tivHon Bs 115% 114-^ 114% 114% — '<,
SnfW N V O*W R.'f •sIIOWZI 102% 102% 10244 - %
BS.VW Sort ft W Con 4*! 98% 99 ! 98*4; » , 4- %
lAOO do PCft C4l 91% 90% 80% 90% — IJ-*
iloooi^da Prtor^.^.JWH IW^ IJJ»!J^* — -Z.
500 do R»|E "..-.!1O8% 101 101 101 —24
10001 do Term 1«t... 118% 1 113% 1 U8%]113%
4200i>0 R ft N con 40. 102%l»100% 1004!UlO^ -— -
4<W« or' Sh 1-45 94*4 95% f'lV JB% + "h,
10001 A> lot 6* ■ ■ 123% l 122% - 122*41122% — %
SOOO Pai Coast lai io'lllO I»WT I 107 '107 ! — %
20000 T'.r.n convt «%aJ 04^| K% M%l W% + *»
-£-" Rradir- w is- ..an ' 98% ' !>S^!m%l4- %
23«w0 Readinir Gen 4=..' 98% 99% 9**4 98%j + *4
5000 ,J r,.145..1 98 ' m 9SH! 03%' 4- 3
looo'itich & n Con Cf'll* I 116 I 11« Hi« -— —
nooiWKio r, XT Ist 4».J »<< J 9«m 86% nflH t U
101000 l o> nTr 40.... 84V% 88% 87% POU +4*
lOOOOTt. Ji-r. 1 lft 4s! *7 ' ••* ! -« R4 —I ,
IMOO'St LAIHt 41... 88%j 88% W M — M.
41O0A do G«n r* 114%j 114* 114' i 114U .
57000 LftS F G-n 55112 I 11« 112 112
800001 do Fef 4s i T i! P2 ! M«il R2 4- H
idOf. do 21 B Ho»%i lot% MOSUI
140mlat I. Bw« Ist 4? M% f'2 ' ni4| 92 I — 2'i
2iflono' do r,, P 4s I«8 ' «w> ! •«% ««>i + li
sSwl dr! 21 Ire ... 72 ! 73 I 71 73 -4- 1
■ RtPMftMlsi Con6s!lM '1« ' I^2 '132 + 1
W.p A ft \ P 48...1 «1 I S»*l' «I%J Pl% + %
2f«»>fVah A L. R^.f 5s S7 ' f7"4, 5>74 974 t %
S4lWn'Bo ra<- CI Tr 4s. • f>2 ! 02 ' *SOY, Ro.%' 4- %
««on=t do 4Ua . ..1101%: •«W | m>hl «1%! 4- %
8700019000 l -Rv If SuJllMi' 11« ' 115%U15%) 4- %
<VXW Stand R* T «s.' 3« ' 3* ' .*! s I •""* '
ROOOIRt V ft S C let..llM I 122% 122Si'122ii! 4- %
lO.W,'T C&IP( HaM'KM ' 104 1 104 '1(14 ]
lMW.'Tex A Pac Ist 6a liaHtMia% 1W%1U5% — ';
"Trxvi' dn 2^l In'- . . .'^ ! PS ' n ' »-2 I—7
ISSAm ThJrd Ire C n 4s ! 94% 1 9K% ! 94%] 98%1 4- "4
KIM T»O c w Dlr •allli 1 111 1 111 'ill !
MOO T Bt I. A W 4s.' 70-;' 7" 1 ••41 70 ! — i;
TruifiO'T'nlon r».' Ist 4a'1«4»l ior. ' 1O4». ■ ! 4- 4
2KJVWV do Convt «■...! M*i' f>74 ! 0«»; ! f>7 | 4- *i
14«7nnA!n a Pte»l S F ss' T«%l 74 ! 73 ! 73*; l 4. 14
sono' 'rtn P.-> ... ! 72V tT4t*l 72-\i 744!
JMAIn n P. ni S F 4s' 7» ' W*4| T«%l 7«'»! 4- U
lir.no' WHbii.h Ist 55...M1* ' IWH 1»%I11«% 4- v;
I«wwv-' ii,, 2,1 'io«<Ti' lORU.! 10«l4llO«14! — S
14? i.«> fln IVh n I BTH] WTaij funj, l r.7';' — t;
i4Ano'ti>«t Shor*- 45..J10« s i' lOKV.I I(W%MO«*4I 4- sj
'l«ndf.: do R«>r '107^1 IflTHl 10T lifITHJ j. ••
4fififi w Nor C»r M..1t11 I I1«m li«i'. Ijr.-.l 4. si.
io<ir>\v Tn n T- V .'lO«U' 10**;' ]f>a\ ' inß%| 4. ,
rMx>-x*'&jjp. irt rm 4!>' •*%! 00 t «>o 1 no t 4. S
I<W»\v a X 1»t 55... 'I°° l"107%l lfrrixiircu; 4. 1 "
WKiO Wia C»nt G^n 4«' W4! M | no ' ' no 1 _ 1^
If ftl.tittt Total sale* for the w»ek.
•Es In'.crcit. tS2«K. JSmoll lots-
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. JUNE 6. 1904.
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
Following; Is the usual table jiving the number of shares of all stocks dealt in last weak, together
with the highest, lowest and final prices of the week, the final prices of a week ago and the closing
prices of June 6. 1903, tho net changes of the week and the high and low prices in the year, with
the high and low prices in the year 1903: __^ ■
N,, 1 " 1 June i Actual s al:»sJun- 4. , May I j Kan X 1904. I Range 1903.
Shares ! <•■. HlKh- Low- . 1904. : -'T. i Net ' HlKh- ' Low- High- Low-
Vol .1 ! ll« ili 1 .st. ' eat, j Flna I . j I'.HM. I ch'ges. I est. ! est. I eat. I est.
58.820. -Amalgamated Cop^e"r ' BSSI 54 1 i*\ Wi] ■'-- — IJ?| »2V» 4SViI 7Mj| 33H
13' H. Am Car & Fdry... £ 8«i 1«% Wi Wk\ g. =J z\^ S ! ; S
100 do preferred >71»!7 1 » ! 7U 7<> 70 70%\ —•» «4>» JT 93 m
•Jt, Am Cotton Oil : i : p pc: c ." ."..I 18 21 liS! 28 =nr 31", m\ £*\ W4
100 Am Express «t fflV 4i c 185 IM ISO 14-)I 4 -) 190 -6 isb I IM , » . m
lOoi'Am Grass Twine.. » ; 6 fl 8 | 0 -I Wil »HJ 2« •
lOOjAmerlcan Hide 4: Leather — t% 3*i 3S 4 ! — H gj *JJ J» •»
1.100 do preferred - 17^ 15? IT* » + 2J* 1£»» "^ 3.H 10
595 1 •American loe «•-, <-\ ~\ — /», »* «* JJ* ,1.
7W •do preferred 82 26* 86 i 26 27 -1 I 3«M,| 24U 42% lfl'»
25c -Am Lir.sce.l 10 7. 7 1 . ! iSI —*, U '.( *** a
200 -,!o preferred 37 23 2»t 23 1 2S i — 5 ; » 2-jhl «H »X
800 !.Am°eri!Somotiv;-*.::::::::::::! .Am°er i!Somotiv;-*.:::::::::::: 21 1844 l«i| r- ; iws —14 g» }JH m» .'"^
22Oi»Amer Malting pref in 17 16 j 17 17V4 — \*\ r 1 »* **& . i.V
27.240'»Amer Smelting 4'; 53V:, BHi B2«i ■'- i 4- Jn, 53V, 4b ■>..*. .* 3i-\
11480 Mo preferred 93 07? 86% 97« 86% + H I'/'v SB«4 «W SO 1 *
70 'Am Sn.ifC - 120 M 118 I 120' Ufl | — — 120 110 126 00
10»il -<3o pruned 93 HO ' 90 ! BO B»% + tt Ul ' 85 t»BH SO
10.965 •Amer Sugar — l-'7', l-'r- ; - ! 12»i I i — 1 — — .^,.
Ido ex dlv 1% p c 118% 125> 4 123 i 125% — +1 l^i 5*5 * '«'♦ J-' 4 .^ } 0 '"
■ 3 do preferred; US 125 125 ! 125 . 126 : ] 127 123 12: H'>
aiwAmTe ....I 80 U 865J 88 m I +2 M M *■ J7g
500 Am Tel 4 Tel 150 126V4 '-- . -- v ' 126% —1L ,1:)", 1:) " 121 J2 II. 1 *
100 Amer Tobacco prer — i:;o ■ I3i» 189 ! 135 +4 I l:*f> 130% l-»« WO
800 Amer Woollen pref - 74 ; 74 | 74 | 74 | — ' TSJ4 69 88 I «
14.500 Atchlaon 08% GM4 68H 6U 68T4 + '. . ■<'_-. 64 s» r 4. »4
828 do preferred 9::4 »•-''■• !'U ! PJ';; 02't, 1 ii 4»; >«.•», JOJVs «*
8.160 Baltlmor. & Ohio 66H1 7-: : .77% 78% 77* -r % 85% 72% 104 7\
38 do preferred 90* 00% 90H 80% 81% ! s<2 R7HI 96% M>s-*M >s -*
27.400 Brooklj Rapid Transit " r.74 47\ 4'sH| « ! 47% — % 62% 38 ) Tl% »Ji
137 Can Southern 69 ' 65% KSU 65% 65% — -♦ 68% 04 ' HU - S.u
1.1 -anadlan In.-mc 121% 117U 117 ] 117% utki - % ia% JOOJj i:i>\ 115%
12iCenti of N.l ir.TV 160 160 160 150 I 103* i 154% 190 , 153
1.100 C*es .v Ohio 38% 30 ' 29 28% 80 I — % 86 28\4 53% 21%
150 1 Chlo & Alton 26% 30% 35Vi 3«HI 87% — m 40 S3 ST% 18*
11" ; do preJerrei 118 ' 80% 80* 80* 1 80% 85% ... 75* 60
8.940 Ch!c««o Greal West ' 19* 14* 14M« 14' 14" 2 ! — Vh( 17 14 2»%! 13
200 do urt-f \ i 71 , 62 ' 60 ! 81 I 63 I — 1 I 71 B0 N'»>i 63
1.27( : do Dref B I r.-J's 25% I 23* 25 ' 26 ■■ —1 1 81 I 23* *6% 24
11740!Chlo MH &St P....' '...'.J 148 140%| 138% 138% 139%| + '-4; 145% 137* 183* 133*
86 do preferred | 17.". I 176* 176% 176% 170 — - 180 ! 173 194* lhS
212 Chic a. Northwest 17:s ! 169* 168* I 168% 170 — % 172% 161% 224* ; 103
870 i.'hicago Term Tr 14% 6% 6 ! 6 1 5* + * 12% 5* ' nT i! 8
728 dopreferred 24* 14 JS% U ! 13%| + %\ 26* 18%| 2S IB
8.400 C3UO Union Tract 4% 7 ! s\| 6% 6%l +1% T%| 4% 17> 3
300 ! do preferred — | 30« i 20% 29> 29 I 4- * 88% 1 29 : 50% 30
IHOICCCiSiL 85% 69 : P9 I 69 I 69' — * 80%| 68* ; 99* rt«^
85OCol Fuel ft Iron 66 ] 50 -- I 29 I 29* I — : , 34% 25% 82* 24
2.873 Col & South ' 17% 14% 13* 14\ U\ — * 10 I 13* 81* 10
2.200 : do Ist ire' f« 50 ' 4S j 4l» I .Vi I — ! BB* 4» | 72 ! 44%
2.890 do 2d pref... 27% 19% 18 ! 19 21 I — S 28* IS 48 ; 17
].<i7o|Col & Hock Coal & 1 15 | 11* 9 ' 11* 11% — * '"> 9 . 22>i 9V4
in.; T.4'-. <■ . Ga, 1 IH4 208% 200* 203 I 20B* ' _ 2«*j 212% 180 | 222 ; 164
880 »Cont Tob prei 112 ' 113% 112 ! 113* 111 I +2* 113% 101',!. 119 , 94*
1,320 Corn Produjts 28% 11 : »0% 10* 11 I -- % 22% '.'V SO 15*
813 do preferred 78% 66* 6S I 69 ' 66*| —V, 74* 66 '••V-, eti
6.750 Delaware * Hudson 1«9 I 154% 131% 153% 132%! 4- V 108% l lv.i 183* J4'.»
200 Del Lack & Western 249 ' 2«9 : 266% 269 I 270%| — 1«, 278% 250* 27eV4 230
700 Denver fi Rio Grande 29* 19* 19% 18% 10% — % 23% IS ! 43 1«
122 do preferred 84 ' 66* <'■>'■<;■ 66V '-• ■ ' 74* 64* 90* 62
200 Detroit Gas — 1 70 i 70 | 70 70%| — * ! 76* 70 ! 7.' 1 , 7"
2.47o!Detroit Southern 13 5 8% 41 5 | — 1 14% 3% 20* 7%
1,400 do preferred 24* 10 8 8 10 I — 8 •-■;>'- 8 ■ 39% 14
300 Detroit United It R 7;: ! c.is., «1 i '".l 61" ii — %l 67H f.l [ 80 50
99|*DlstlUin« Securities -7 I 20V 1 20 20';' 20* \ I 56*1 20 34% 2"
200 1 »D sS,v Al • n ■ «%| 6% 5* 7 i — n 10-\ ■• - 19* 7
728 'do prel rred 16 1 10% 9% 9% 1 11 V — 1*« ! 17* 9% ! 28% 10
28.830 Erie 83% 23% ! 22*4 23' 22 T ,l + N 20% 1 2U- 42% 23
13.970 do Ist pref 66% .'.7 '■' ■ I ■"> I 67% l — * f.9»i 53% 1 74 62*
1.023 do 2d pref 65 34% 33 I "W 88% + %j 50% 1 83 ' 64* 1 44
600 General Eli trie Co 177 1 .* 156 ! I-".." I 166 I 136 | — 1 | 17«s! 152 I 2"4 13«
♦BOlHock Valley \<; I 62% 61 ' 62K1 «1 I + 1 : -'. T7* 60 ! lm!'- !13
610 1 no preferred — ■ 79% T6% 7.- TBM +1 | Xl I 77 99* 77
1.44! Illinois Central 135 129% 128% 129% l I2S 7 — - 134* 125% ir>l : 125' i
250 Internationa] Paper 13% 10* 10% l" mv: 14V 10* | 19% I 9
400' •International Power 39% ::^'i Sl% 82* 81*1 + 1 I f2%' 26 \ 73 2fi
1.110 International Bteam Pump 40 ' 86% 83* 88* 37 ! 3H| 40 ! 31 I 4«V 2S
100 lowa Central 26 ' 11 14 i 14 i 18*1 — 4 22% ! 14 4.s ! lfl
•."K. K..iisn? City & South rv. IDU 1~\ ! 19 19% l — * 21 16* SfiV*! I'-- 1
310 (Jo preferred 4BH] as . B<M i ;w- t 38 | —1% 89 ; 31 ' 61* 29
800 Kan • Itj Ft B& M rr.f ; 75* «5 64* 64! 66% —1* 70* 84* R2% ' «2*
100 Lake Erie i Western. 35 I 2.SH 28% 28% 28% — S 30% 2« ' N ' 23' a
I.97o! Louisville 4- Nash 111% 107% 106* 107% 1"7 I + % liiv»! 10l I 130* 80
3.427 'Manhattan El 138% 1445 1 148% 144 143% -t- *l 146* 139% 15»H 12r;>i
1.528 'Met Bee Suhs 89* 78* 777., 78% 77% 4- %\| 92 72* 128% 1 7(H
6.BB2!*Met Street >;y 127' v Utt^t 109% 110 I 110 I 124 104*J 142T» t«",
4.045 Mcxl Central 28% 7U 6% 7 I "Hi — % ■ 144 5 ! -"' ' W4
Minn A6l Louis 80 I -i" ' •)" 4" 61 —10 i 67% 40 I 110 41
74m H8P(8Bt M r>4'4' (12 I 61* 62 ' «2% — H r,7 55 I ''■'•-,' 42
2.OWi .Mo Kai & Tax ! 22% 15%) 15 ' 15H! 15*1 — H 1^ 14V 50* lC'i
2.030 do preferred I 50% 33% S2Vi 33m 34 j — V «2* 82* •••' : - I 83
7.210 Missouri ruflfic _ I 102* Wt I 88% 89% 89% —%| 96* I K7 : li.'.V 85»;
lOii'Nash S Chatl ! 104* 107 107 107 ! 107* — '> 124% i 101* 133* 89
785 1 ' National Biscuit I 39% 44% -ll\ 44% 44% + \%> 45 | H8 I 47V ?2
25 -do prcff-rre.l lul 1 1 >.". ' -^ 104H 10.".' a ! 106% I ■ I 107% I"" 111 1 I<«V ( ; 4
1" Natl Enamelling & Rt!"1 81 ; l - 1 17- 17% is I 21 17 M ! 12
65 'i.-> preferred 89 j K\ I 83 S2 79 • S3 n 91 I 7.'.
5,600 •National Lead ir,i 4 ' 20 19 20 ' 19 4- 1 20 14H 2!»H] 10*
257 'do preferred 65% HI"*! 91 91* 91 ' 4- % l»Hi) 80*1 80 ' 75
30 National R1(of M< pref 48 37 37 87 I 86 ' - ! 41 34% I 47%' 34H
100 lo 2d preferred 22% 1«% 1«H 16% 17% — % 21T41 I»T» 2** 17
800 1 v Air Brake i»8 181 i 180% 181 130* 4- * , U9% 120 ! 177 ' 168
1.7W New-Tork Central : 124*1 114« i 113-- 4 : 114% 114ij| 4- % 121V»' 112% IM ! 112H
1" NYK II A M _ IS7 187 ls7 ' 185% ■ 196 185% 225* l"7'j
30.2X-1 New-York Ontario A Western.. 25* 23 21 \ 22% 21* 4- IS 24% IDV 35* 19
I.44o'Norfolk & Western 1 86% r..v% — i sfl
! do ex dlv 1'; p< 68 I 54* 53% M — — * : «?** 53* 78% 53« i
68 do preferred B0 j 87 88 B7 I 8S . l^i 1 «ft ] 93*1 ss
4<"> North American - 80 si 80% M | S2 ' — 1 ' 00 ! >„, I 124 V 68
20 Pacific Con»t aO pref 61* 6] Bl j »>1 «4', I 6T* 61* 75 ■■■" ;
200 1 Pacific Mall 27 ' 2A* 25% 26% 26 — % 3.'.\i 24 ! 4-\ 17
26.712 ' Pennsylvania R R 124' ! 118% 118* 113% ! 113% 4- * 123% 111H ir.7% 110*
1.135 People's Gaa & C B9 ' 86* 95 9(1 85% — * 102% V>2«» ' 108% s7«i
lOOlPera Marquette 87 77% 77', 77'^ 7s^ _l 81S 1 75 i 91%! "4
7 d<. preferred - i> 68 ' 68 — _ ' — , -- ' — ! —
ir»i Pee .v St I 66 '••■ I .'•<! ! 60 | — 4 '■'■>, H j 94 ! 63
660 Praoaed Hteel Car ra I m \ 2541 26 j 28 I -t- 1 33 i 24' t 63% 224
a<>'P<illman l'ala--» Cnr 210 ' 21" 210 210 i 21'»\! ' 219* 2^l» ; 235% ll»!
1.800 Phojnii Mlnlns; ' .14 13 .13 ' .1" 4-.02 I .15 ! .OS I .20 ! .00
li«> 'Railway Bteel Bprtnc pref ... 85% 76% 76% 7<r-. 78 1 4- 3H ! 7S ! 71V t>o I H7
64.870 1 Readlnc 46% 1 4&% 43* 45 ! ■<:"<■. 4-1% 1 4S >8% i 89* 37%
114 do lft pr»f : 83% 70 79 7: 78 + 1 81 I 7,; ' : ,-, 73
700 do 2.1 pr.-f ! ,-.•, : 63 «2S 63 ! 62 1 4- 1 ! «W 05% 81 53V
1.810 *Rev Ir .n A Steel 1 v ' .;\ >■>. 6% r.H —%j s% 8 22H r.-V
1.423 *do preferred ; ... ■- r: . .is J*', — v 49% .-,7 .sna^ 56%
8.480 Rock Island ■ 83% 21* • -■ ■ 20% 20% — H 27* 19% 63% 19*
1,900 do preferred ' 7 1 64% •'■-. 63% 64% —I*l BHTt 67% -■■ ! 35* t
40 'Rubber ' :n '" ! " ; »H 16% IB 1 IS 15 - : 22 , lr. 30 ' 12
.1"" ••;.. preferrad ' 78% 77^ 77% 77 : » 77 ' 4- * 79% T4\ S4v a ' «n
I<h. Rutlanl H I! r, [,„( | ;. , :.., •„ •„■.. _ v :>. . »» ■•■■ n,->
1.700 st 1. &SF 2d pref ■■•■.- 41 43% - 2'C 49% 89% 78 1 »
3.610'5t !-■ its A Southwestern 17 11% ll»H 10 IP, —1% 16% «•■-, 80 1"
8.270 do preferred .... 89 :■• , .' \ 2h% 27% - % 86% 2T.>v M 24
''"' Sioir Shell Steal & Inn ...... 44 ;l". :::. .{.". ■• _ 1 j 41\.' ;;iv, 7a I j£2v.
18.875.; Southern Pacific . 19% . , 15 45% 4.'.'i | 82% 41% "■• t 88%
6.863 Southern It X ' 83% 20 19% 19% 20 I -- V, 23% ls^ 86% 16*
, '•■':•■ do preferred F»% ki -. v-i 4 s;t S — % y. . 7: , m ai*
1.150 lenn Coal & Imn r.l . :.4-i 83% : \ 84 — * 41 * 81% 68% 23%
1.810 T^i^d p^::;:;;;;;;;::;;;: -s 5 ' 21 S : g^ = 27%. 20 1". r:::
200 . jo ■ •, 4 .,* T,.,*
100 Toledo Railways A M«ht 27S |8% 18% 1 l-< : * 19 ' — % 22 ?<', 87* 17*
860|Toledo st Louis & Western •-■.-'. 22 2.: 23% — »> ! 2»* 21% 81% li
«■.'. do praferrad 41 86% Xt! :■•• a 7 ' — 1 SO* s2 " 4S ! 24
.•••in It.ii- ft Paper prtf :::::: ' 7<- v.> *■■> r> S3 ' ■ 58% 4. 79% 67%
26.000 Union rndfic hO% KH. «% M M 90 71 104% fi.'.^
..41 do praferrad >■• »iv ••! •, :n-- :>]'- -— ■ :u:, m;i.. u-,^ >.<:,
200 United Fruit ::::. 1«,3 111" !<»*. if»? 11l _1% m-• „. • mSS 94
800 1 alted Ry Investment t>n-r :.••>. i.-. 4i : 43 1". _ 47s y aiu -»l(» l(
-■■■■ -I' S Cast Inn Pipe &Fo I 7 7 7 B% 4 %l 42 «v! I". ",■
200 »do r-r'-f-rre.l • <2 42 42 II + 1 I 4-. * 40 05 3;;
750 -US Leather 8% .;■; ... ,v . ... ... ■ \, \, : , ~
712 »do preferred s:.: H ; po ' v "> -.. 111 - •.. s>r. 75s m*T -,;
8,220 U B Realty A Con 1- . R% ■■, 6% t!% — % u-' 3% ! 2su 4
6.2T... do preferred c.4 r.i .-:. . .-.•., „.•. _ '. 83% 40 1 7:; SOU
600IU 5 Rubber j 13% 16% l-V, |»m 1.", _ „■ m,i , n .i! j«,,x 7*7 *
..2n <!o preferred ex dlv !'«, p c 4»" 6rt'i '' , "', 6fA -*- 1 ! fi»CI 41 5s Sd"
6.260 U 8 Bte-1 81S l»^ U ■..,. -1/ 12^ si,- •;.-, 1, *
*I-i"L d ° Preferred m ;.r, K-'i .'.v. .- , _ N 68% SIU 89% 49%
sp.2T5Va-Car Chem ex rights , 57 2«>4 23' '. ■ 27 --3 M'-. 2:'^ 66% 17%
','« W abash : 2l\ Ifl : Ifl ISVi + «. 21, 1.1 82? H%
1.780 ■!•-> preferred ■•:; . S3M 32*« :::i'.. r.:i<- 1 41 •>-.» mi? .^-71
Western Union Telegraph M s-.' Sfl M\ v; " _Sl Vr. k *-, 4 S« m,- 1
SOOjWeatlnchouse Bffg ... ' IR2 158% 155 ir.- . ::... + % ■-:r: r ' 1- , o".V .f^ 4
610 Whael .vl. Erie £ in i; . ,< v 13 | -- > , ; V; 14* 2TM t
?,;: :;■■ $*£* ■ $} «• « i^
I<hi dr. 2'l pref .-ti« 2:t j '. •.'.; ;;<', -. y —,-, •>«> q S . 0.,
100 Wisconsin Centra] 1:-'. if.- I««4l ... ; k... _ •: 21% 7-.. :;,;- i 4 u
4coj d.. preferred 4;. - _::- 38 ■ 3S ' -,:■-; ';' w'.; »
824.089 Tff'al sales for the week. -Ir
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Gnvfrnmfnt blind quotatli compare aa follows
■with those rf a week ago:
r- Maj 27 -^ r June 1 ~>
Ml I Aski.l. Bid. Askfii.
U. S. 2s, roistered li'4 s . UA% 1 < » t » -. in,-,
O. B. 2s, roufjn 101% IT.i n >r, 1 ir, 1;.
t*. 9. 3s. ]•-•:•.:.■! I<i.'>''h !<«i'i 1".".\ IOtl»i
i:. ;{«. coupon 10B*4 losin io«i 1 .; ; .
U. S 3s, Fm.ill. 105 K.i
4s. r»KlMrrc<l. 1607 |*iin% 107H 10»« lo«4
4s. coapon. r.'"7 108% l"T'j 107 I>'7 1 ...
4s. registered, ■-'• 132 133 132% 1.T3
4s. roupon. 1925 132 133 132% 133%
Philippine 11" li" —
District of Columbia 8 <t."js. ...n:> 110
BANK EXCHANGES; SALES RECORDED.
Tho bank exchanges of the New- York Clearing
Hou?o and the Btocka sold al the New-York Sti k
ExchanK* last week and fur the same work ot the
preceding two years compare as follows:
June 4. ''it. Jun<> 6, "03 June 7. '02
Exchange* t807.509.39fl ■ '.."•.'■• ■:-.-, $1,241,207,232
No. shares sold.. G54.080 8.779.663 1.818.711
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
The Trilr..ii<- haa printed the gro 1 earnings "f
forty-seven railroads or systems for the thli
week In May. Of these twenty-two return gains
of 065,068, or 8.4 per cent, and twentj I .•■ return
losses of (368.968, or 5.9 per cent. The whole shows
a lons of $108,890, or 1.2 per cent. The Tribune has
also printed th« j;r'?s earnings of nine railroad or
systems for the fourth week In May, of whlc four
return gains of JlaT.nM, or 6.5 per cent, and Bye re
turn losaea of $211, '■-". or 36.6 pi r cci I The whole
ahowa a loss of $69,521, or 2.3 pei cent.
Third w«ek In May- 1904 1003 I'lfTf Terra. P.c
22 companies $4. 5&7.823 $4.i::..7.v. Inc.92US.OCS ti.4
23 companlfb 5, 708.381 1.135.339 Dec. 368,933 fi.O
Totals 47 cot . $8,164,204 $8,268,001 1nc.5103.890 1.2
Fourth week In Mas'
4 companies $2,318,177 $2,175,573 1nc. 5142,601 6.5
5 companies .184. 77) 7 .ni.7(il Dec. 211.025 28.0
Totals 0 cos $2,802,903 $2,972,204 Dae. $89,321 2.3
CANADIAN PACIFIC.
ISO*. 1903 1902
Number of mile* 7.590 7.590 7.461
Fourth Tve»k In May.. $1,335,000 $1,238,000 $98M,00U
July Ito May 31 41.660.000 Bft.aO2.UOU 81.323,182
DENVER AND RIO ORAKDE.
Xumlier of miles 5.483 2,690 1.7 l
Fourth week 111 May.. $4<r".i.<m<» $434,300 $11!. .->h»
July Ito May 31...". . . 14.T72.600 15,642,700 15.531.758
.NASHVII.I.E. CHATTASOOOA AND 8T LOUIS
Kttmbar of miles 1.195 1.103 1.195
Fourth week In May.. $310,119 f-1^;*'.. 7.".7 $230,807
July 1 to May ol 9.202.370 8,602.591 7.264.345
WSBEXASQ ANL) LAKE ICKIE.
Numbor of miles 469 468 4t',:>
Fourth w«*k In May.. $85,636 *ll«i.!Ml $110,137
July 1 tv May 31 8.944,239 8.811.328 8.206.301
CHATTANOOGA BOUTHHRN.
Number r.f miles 100 103 103
Thir.i we^-k In May.... $2,501 $2.71i| J1.1.5.-.
July 1 to May 21 100.034 105.»J45 >...^'s
CHICAGO TERMI.VAL, TRANSFER.
Number of miles 1"-* 108 ins
Trlnl wecu In May 855.903 $.'(.''.. l T.7i> $88.14]
July 1 to May 21 1J86.8R 1.504.553 1,489.885
TEXAS CENTRAL.
Third w*ek In Mar 810,681 $9,842 $7,659
July 1 10 May 21 V 88.608 568,i!4tl M 8.383
IOWA CENTRAI*
Month of Aurll —
Numb- r <if miles.. ... 54" M 0 f.lO
Gruss eair.lnts $170.2'".^ $183,996 $177,084
Ot>*ri»ting- c-xper.ies.... I(jU,l»l>4 14»i..:2U 157.'J!J^>
N>t earnings $3<iS $57.675 $1t).75«
Other lncomo 1.083 7,201 8.038
1 T.-taj $1.45] $44.0J7 J2a.115
July 1 t,» A;.rll 30—
■'■'■ M ■ ■'■'■ ■ $l.^M».ft.-,!» szo«b.si« $2,127
Op. expenses and taxe 1.728.80S 1.649.033 1.7"
N'.-t nrnirms 10 m^s. $271. (V>0 $.|ik>. isj $372.22
Other Jm-ome 34..759 T1.4T0 ' •570
Totals $308,840 J47! «r,2 $a7l.«tf
•1 rl.-lt.
Olijr AND BHIP ISLAND.
Month nf April—
Gross earnings ... $143,312 $i.v>,773 JllO 72«
Expenses :in.'. t te«.... 1'»;.34» Dl.lOO 7».;'.4l
Net earnings $38,963 $30.«T3 $«O.SSI
Other In. .line <»n 368 -
Total Income $30. $6n.230 $40,387
Charges 21.023 18,838 11.821
Surplus $18,900 $41.90] $25.36«
July 1 to April 30 —
Ctrofra earnings $1,533,741 $1.114.1.17 tt.U2.230
Kxp-ns>-s and taxes. ... 11,91 0 902 ::7l TSO.BOI
NVt • . nines 10 Rios. $321,781 $:>11.7rt3 $351,tM!>
Other Income '.i ( M 2.090
Total tnrome $331.rt27 SSIS.MS9 |331.iM!>
Charges 201.330 156.780 150.541
Surplu $380,071 $?-.".7,073 $201,108
LEXINGTON ANIi i: .\ BTB I I H,
Monti nf April—
Orops earnings ... 542.R30 $•»!>. $4.1. 4.v>
Operating expenses.... 2&.302 27.800 £:;.■-»«.
Net earning* ... $18,223 $21,791 $22,202
Julj 1 t,, A] rli 30 —
<ir,yfi r.irniiipv .... $513,700 $4T.4 273 $342. fWfi
Oi>eruting exp n es. ... 378.010 286.119 208.769
Net earnings 10 mos. $138,739 $155.150 $l3«,lt;«
MINNJ&&FOIOS AM' ST. LOUIS.
Month of April—
Number r.r miles *"•».{ fi43 «t.i
Gross earninb's $I!X».2M) $234,099 $274.14.'i
Dp.railnc expenses 181.839 102,083 186.870
Net .-ir.iiißs $.".4,447 $81,486 $57,273
Other Inborn; 8,50] 12.869 S.4«i«
Total! $40.m0 $98,808 $!)5,t>79
ruly Ito April —
Oro earnings $2.412.fi«1 $2,71*0.920 $2.t>io.S4ri
Op. exiK-ii.ies and taxet 1.482. 20U 1. 197.876 1.701.540
Net earnings I" nios $020,460 $1,083,044 $1,209 SOB
Other incomi 106.239 135.73] 117.
Totals $1,025,690 $1,218,773 $1,826,641
ST. JOSEPH AND GRAND ISLAND.
Month of April—
C.m?* e.irn'.r.cs $JW.K» $122,707 $(Xl 4.^0
Operai expenses 88,928 100.575 7^..".71
•■• •arnlain $10,032 $22,133 $22,888
July l to April 80—
Gross enriilnKS ... $1,115,968 $1,187,148 $1,132 At*)
Op«ratiiuc expenaea 921.770 •753,820 n0.129
Net earnlnci 10 mos. $104. $481.82$ $422,486
FAIRCHILD AM> NORTBWBSTiaUt.
Month of April— WO4. 1908. rfcanaai
Gross <-!irnin«a $3,384 $3,200 Inc. $17f»
Net earning* l.'"U't 1.(90 Inc. .-.43
tlroFS t-arn. lOmoß.. 50.12H 83.711 Deo. 8.588
Net earn 10 m I •• 8.403 10.387 Dec. 2. lsi
MARYLAND AM> F'i:N.VSYLVANIA.
Grosa earnings.- ■ $28,380 $2.1.003 inc. $2,473
Net earnlnsa '■'■ 121 l>:!1;! Inc. V*
Gross earn 2 mos 50.081 31.082 Dec 131
Net earn. 2 mos 13 872 16.682 Dec. 2.810
CANADIAN NORTHERN.
Fourth week In May. $94,800 ££-*j£ Inc. $Sa>49B
M..nth of May 278.100 2to.K t M» Inc. 33.300
July It. Ma) 81 2.887.200 5.0t0.100 Inc. 787.050
ETNECTADT P.AILWAV.
Quarter endrd Marcb 31— ......
OrOH earalngi $150.8 M J121.Ul Inc. 838.M3
Operating expeaset.. 13».21S P6.386 In. 31.832
N.t earnings $22.13S *S°H \>< c - *- ys \
Olhor Income fi0.890 88.818 lac. 13.,
Total Income $72^f»3 *£.844 nc *™M 0
Fixed charges 83.068 31.011 Inc. 1L4.-7
Surplus $3S.4SS $3<».033 Inc . tMBg
STOCKS.
(F.irnUhed by Frederlo 11. Hatch. So. 30 BroaJ-«t.)
~" I Dlv- . I Div. I I
1 rate. | nerk'd. | Bid. |Ask a.
American Bras- J »-* »« ! ™ I
American fan pref — " fS^l s6 , I
American Can pref 6 ' 3° ??*
Amtrleu Buk Not* — - v» i.jg
American Book Co • O"^ XSX S l flO
American Chicle 10 «-J 85 ] 90
American Chicle pref....... 6 Q-J 75 80
American Thread CO. pref.. | 5 Q-D °f*
American Graphophon^ — — ; jt
American Qraphopbon* pf . . 7 — — — J" ■ g
Air.er. Press Association. ... | 6 Mo »0 | "*
Am. Soda Foun. com — — — — - _ n
Am. S^da Foun. Ist pref. ..6 Mo 68 .0
Am. Soda Foun 2a pref.... — -— — £> "
Amor. Typefounders' 4 O-J j•» 30
\ni.r Typefoundera" pref.. 7 Q-J ! " | "»
Amer Writing Paper .-.un.. — i -» "
Amer WrlUns; Paper pref... — i -5^T ! lUJ ';'
Barney * a Car prei 8 ; Q-M I«« ! -'
Bay State Gm — ,> „„>' „r *
Borden's Ccnd Mlk t* « I, ( >*•, n< ! x
British Columbia Copper. ...l — ' *'»■ i 1i 1
Casein Cb of America — ■ I » I °
Casein C ■ af Am -rlca pf. . . 8 Q-J 30 ; 65
Ccn. Fireworks com I — F & A i 13 IS
On. fireworks pref 7 — » JV
Chesebn. MfK V Mo 410 440
Claflln (H I?) Ist pref 5 Q-F »0 100
Oaßln (II 151 2d pref 8 «-J »> | »««
Colts Arms ; 4 Q J '-. 0^
Compressed Air I — '* i -T
Consolidated Uubbcr Tire... I — -J j J
Consolidated I:ubber Tue *f — — — — - • »
Coa S Car Heating.. *....'... V IF4A «•' R6
CTampa s & E. lil.ig — I 1$ -^
Dcn-.i-.iion Securities I — I •» 1 IJ> -,
Electric I,ead Keductlon. -• I — „ •-,' _-•*
Elrctrlc Boat com I — 25 . su
Electric Boat pref — <><! ! <»
Electric Vchlcln com ! — , I •> ■
Electric Vehicle pref I — I » 11 -,
KlpfHi-vPnrumatlc I — i ™l J *
Empire Steel com 1 — j J»\ J.
Empire Steel pref — I ( M f ,
Greene Coo Copper , — I -— — I J** 14.4
Hall Signal « '■' %\
Hackensack Meadows I — I ; *J* , g
Havana Tobacco I — ; -.' : m
Havana Tobacco pref — 3>> 40
-Hall-Marvin — | _* -
Heirlng-Hall-Marvln Ist pf. — I •■'' , *)
Hall Marvin 2d pf. — , •' . 10
Hoboken Land i Imp I — ■ ■ >s : •—
Hudson River/Tel I — 1 Q-J \ 88 100
Interborough F.api.t Transit. — 1 : 1" l»-
Inter. M»r. Marine c0m.... — \ 3 j*\ ■?"*
Inter M-r. Marine pref — ' 14**! }•;
International Sail I — , •* "
International Stiver pref... — — — — | 88 | 40
j. P.. Stetsoa com 15 J * J , l«> : —
j. B Stetaon pr*r 8 , J 4 J , i-> i l-'o
I*irll!nr<i pref 8 Q-J . 11-> —
stadlsoa Square Garden... — I I 1" 1 »-. »
Manhattan Trans — I IJJ IJI
Montreal * Boston Copper.. V ! *
Mer K entbaler UnotypaT ... io | Q-J 175 tag
N V Loan .t Imp 4 ; Q ! 85 | —
mies-Bemeat-Pond c0m.... i | Q-M 1 — , 1»')
National Caah KcKtster pi . 7 1J& .r 112-= —
Northern Se.-urltles i — !An April! 28 6S'a
OtU l.!-vator I 2 lAn April! 2S U
Orls Flev.itor pref , « I Q-J 1 -' , ,*JJ
Old Dominion 8 a I 6 ! Q-J ; 11.-.. I 125 ,
Pacific Packing & Nay com! — I J ; - 1 >»
Pacific Packing * Nay pref. j — l : 71 2
Pope Manufacturing com... 1 — i , "■» •
Pi pc ■ tnufacturlng l»t pf. i — I ' 7'» »1
Pope Manufacturing 2..1 pf. . — j : -- 3"
Pratl .v Whitney pr.f 6 I Cr-F : I<«> —
Procter a- Gambia 12 ; Q-J I 328 338
Proetar * Gamble pref .... 8 Aug U6 2n5
Royal Paklni? Powder rf-.. I Q-J ' I" 1 MB
Safety Car Beat A. L.isht...| f» I Q-J ; 182 180
Seaboard Air Line ' — I . •,- JB
Seaboard JUr Use pf I — I ,i »•'• i,
Sl.annon Coppar ; — I j ' | _J/*
! Simmons Iware com. ! « I An F I r '.' . 1"- 1
Simmons Hardware 1-t pf. . ! — I ' JOB ; —
Simmons Hardware 2d pf... ; | I M 3 —
Sineer MfR CO '12 ' Q-J »M -» 15
Standard Oil j V Q-M I W «J
Standard Coupler I V : Q-M ' 25 ! 30
Standard Kiour Mimng I — ! J» 8
Standard Flour Milling pf. . I 1 I Ar.-A 1 27 , 30
storage Power ::::::- — =! » % «
Swift * C 0.:.. — »•" lft2
10th si ISd St Ferry I — Q-J | •■'< j 70
Tennessee Coppef I — I ' ■•'' 1 SJ
Tonopah Mining of Nevada. — | T* 8
Tr«nt.n Pottwrles) >m I — I ' 1" S
Trent in Potlerl.j. ew pf... 8 I Q-M Bfl f |5
Trow Directory, new — , •" >0
L'nlon Ferry 5 Q J g | 34
T'nlon Typewriter eon 6 A* O ; *2 ; »
Cnlon Typewriter Ist pref. . 7 A 4 O ! 111 113
Unl in Typewriter 2d pref. .. I A I O 111 Ua
I'nlveraal Tobacco c0m.... — I H 1■»
Universal Tobacco pref — ', : 2 4
l>. S. BBTetepa con — I ' '" g
r. s. Er.v.:,-, .. ;r.f - ; •» ; «
U. § Printing « I ': »7 .3
L. g Realtj wl . — 1 — 4. 2»
V. B. Realty pref w I — ' — — - ; •!> _J-
Westlnshooas Air Brake. ...I V Q MO i 2W
Wortninctea Pump pref .1 — ' - ! 113 ■ iZJ)
White Knob Copper ! 7 M& X ; • ' '*a
..-.-Jsl
BONDS.
I Div. : PIT. 1
I rate ! period. | Bid. Ask"d.
Amertesoi TTnssil Ist I 4 j J & J | 77 I 79
American Writing Paper sa. r. J& J 73 74
Barney A Pmith Car I » J & J : 1"7 1
c An. Uralr. Blevator Inc. — I — — 12 2"
C .<• O <;r..!r-. EVvator 4 A * O IB ■
Denver Union Water 8 H 1 RH
HerkerJon-s Jewell 6 MAS 1»> ! 103
Hi b..ken I. I ■ ! MAN I 108 —
International S'lver « JAP tOI I'M
Maine Steamship — ! 70 1 "0
N J Steamboat B MAN 1 80 H
N '. ••- S J F lets 5 M,v N ! M I Ml
New rorh Rlacult 6 MAS ; 1"4 ! —
NT« N j Tel 5 |JAJ V* -
Omaha Water ■ 5 ! ; 73 I 80
Pa«e Woven Wire Fence... — J "'-' ' —
R k Island new 4s — I ' »4 —
Standard ■■ tit M'.l'.lns — ! I 74 , 77
Swift & Co lsts 5 J A J ' 180 ' 169
Trenton PottTles Pdg ctfi. 4 ' JA J ■ 7« ' 79
inth A 23.1 Street Ferry 3 I J A J ' 94 ! W*
Te«as & Paclße Coal Ists. . « ' J* J ■M 6 ! HT7
T'nlon Ferry Ists « ' A& O IM no
V B Knvelope 3 ! MAN ! MB . 110
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, Juna 5.— The wi. > 1 ( the Bin.eat.aM R'.is
sian credit notes Is naiJ to h»T« been absorbed by
French Investor*, and t)'.r rrlco baa now reached
a small premium. Th eTtdenCSj ol COOlldMwaj on
the pfirt ol Fran a la her ally had a sArtnajUttßtag
effect on the Stock Exchange last week, when
m sl foreign bonds showed firmness. althoas;b lltt 1
business w is transactad in any market beyond a
small hut steady demand f.->r rirst-ol.iss investment
securities.
i:.'> South American inarkot was heavy becanaa
ol fears •■'. trouMe h- ween I'.razil an.l Peru.
American railroad socaritl«S coattaiMd tawolar
and pressed, and there seems lltt'.e hope of _ra
vivins business \intil tifter the ttocUom, Karnrs
showed little change. On the whole, however,
operators on the rket are hopeful of better
times.
THE PETROLEUM MARKET.
In niiit! n t. the waU f. Un '. recentb on the Wuhl farm.
Bwrthwest cf \V • i:i.''..:. M< Bros C unty. Ohio, which
made such b ifO'Ki ';.■>« mi? at th>> basjtßßlafJ atul continued
t.> hoi.i up oo nttsfaciorUjr, .1 «»•>.! strtka has u-en mad*
In the same itls-trk-t < 11 Ihs COCpCT farm, a m'.le rthwest
ol Urn \\":ihi (usher. Tbi new waU was aloe .1 Kerr.»r
sand prodti •.. anl started oat at the rate of 30* barrels
a (Jay. Th* Arst well was Important not only 1 eoauso It
wns so large, i.ut als.. because it was '.n ucv territory,
and Indicated a productive pooL II Is th» largest pr.v
dncai found In Ibis pan of Ohio Rwt »everal year*. A:t.»r
Its first outpoar, the w dror.po.i off 10 1" barrels an
h..ur. but v;:. the toolj weio usvd al started eft at 100
barrels an hour, ai:.i tka ptoposod shooting Of th« well was
dlspanaed with. II t> still dotnaj 156 t'arrfis a day. In
spite of an obstruction by a bmken tool in the bore. The
n.-w well chows an slleasTllll .•? the Woodtleld develop
rr<>nt. as It Is fully a mile northwaal <f ism Wab] well.
A giaal (leal ol ir.:i) f.-: .iv. 1 these two imr.--rt.int
strikes, an 1 , opatmtoia an vow luuktns forward to a very
main teeraaae in production tron this aecUoo.
Ijllle of intert-st lias develcpeil In th« |Nt« Southwost
neld. The second test well on the Jwhn t^iout farm, on
ti >■ m.-t aid* ol the I •:•■ >m d..-tn>-t. Harrison O mty, W.
\'n.. show up (M '- barrels the tli at nine hours after it
first stru.- tttS ; .iv In the >'„■ ton I itil.
Aecounti ••■!■■: .ii:.. from the Sootstwaal are of a dlsap
pointlnc ebaractST. In the K.i: - lit !J tho H*rrlMll num
bei of m"<ifrute prodocars were ttadahed, but nothl ea^na
to H'-ht out of the ordinary. H«:t«r raSMttS am lePOCtad
from the Kentucky i!i-\ i. . Sams <'f the Bjaw walls Ui Ida
Btsubenvllla 'l,str:.-t hay« proved to I•• much kattat pro
dnecra th«n t. id been cxi ■■■ •• ■: >n« well mrnjeslsn in
this section started on* nt UH> barrels .l day. although
r.. thlni batter th.lll .1 roihl pamper hail bean looked for.
Pt.em ■:.•; st-ike? are r«tirted from the Batson fTCX.)
field. li la stated thai a well complel BsOl we»k star:-^!
<.ff at ova* 2".ik:h barrels a .lav, alth' u^h tt was drilled in
a RaM thai ii practical)] ceased to prodt.ee .11 and v..«»
within twenty tlv. .- feot ol .1 well that h.i>l run dry.
Resoad petroUum closed unohartffd at New -York at
8.15 c In barrels and 5.25 c in balk. rhlla.'U-l;«hla prices
wen on a '..h-sls or 6 points tower. Th.> f r. \*n refined
peti >leum mark.' 1 , showed soau -hanys. London osoaool
at 5 IB— Md per 'mffr;ii (rallon. a decline ol 7-ltirt;
Bremen was niMliaiilxl at ii 83 marks i>tr j«> kilos, ai.j
Antwerp ÜBChaJVMsI at li> : j fIaBCS per lut» kUo*.
Dividend Notices.
THK IKXKINti V.VtLEY RAILWAY CO.
Cblumbua, Ohio. Jans Ur. IBM
A SBMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF TWO I'ER
CBNT <>n th*> Piafuiasl <*ap!t^l Stock anil a *«ml
annual .Uvi.l.-n.i of t >M: AND ONE -HALF l'Bll CENT
on the Common CapltaJ Stock .C this (^mpany has this
<tay bt-en daelared payabta July isth. lUO4. at the .>m.-«
i.r kteaan J r Ifcarsan \. Com;>ai.y. N>'»\ Tork. t.> stOii;
holdrrJ of record at ;?.tK) o'.-lock P. M.. June 30th. ISW4.
at whkh tlm^ th« transfer books will I.e. closed.
The books uilt ba reor.,-nea July l'.tth. I'.HU.
tVM. N 1 uTT*. Treasurer.
Financial Meetings.
Norfolk A WMlern Itnlltvuy Company.
JJOTICE IS HEREBT r.IVEN THAT A SPB
clal m^tlnir al tho St.vkholden of the N.af.lk A
Western Kaliivuy t*.'my.iriy Uha been raited anJ will ba
hel.l at the vrinclpul . ill •••■ of the Cum tuny la tho City ot
Jtnanuk.-. Virginia, '>n i-'ri.Uy. the aaiaalaaailli day or
June. li*> 4. at i'J o'clock boob, tat tho> ran of v,">:ir:<
■poa v i>roi>oj-al to create an tssM of fony year gold
l>. nils of ih<- C aftVi brartcg Interest at a raM not am-.
ceedlng four p*r cent p< r annum, la an iiKgr«-(ut4
amount n.t SMseitillS, $33.«0O.«100, .iml r.-, mcm« »s
security fi r ructa l» nvis 1 * Baortgage or .1-ed of trust v\ v
th«- OmpHVTi nulwaj . iKiiaipnießl and other property
and fvar.chis.-.', tnchxTnaj ■"'" or a "V rurt of the ruil
i>jiU. property and fruncblMM Heretofore acquired or
that nsTCaitCf i-h.ill b« acquired by the Company by con
■traction, purchase. f>r otherwla*. and to a, [>,-.. of tho
i-i i-. >• sad terms i.^nn whlca sojcsj b« nih '.nay n» sold;
unil for th« purpose •! giving the hmmM of ih. Btoefc
li Idera to the execution of such mortgage ac dce,t of
tiust: ar.d for ir.» pwpoae <•( transacting such other
hMtaOfla as may properly eoaaa b*f>r-j the n>e<-t:r.g. Tho
Mock transfer tMofca will be cliwed at S o'clock P. M.
June, Ist, 1004. »n.l re- juried ut 10 o'clock A M.. Juni
isth. IMM. r.y oid'r <.! tho Board of Director.
A. J. HKMriill.U BWTCtwy.
Bankers and Broken.
MUNICIPAL
SECURITIES
NETTING
5 o
Wm. E. Nichols & Co.,
U WAIX ST., X T.
London 8 Faris Exchange, Ltd.
GENERAL MINING AND STOCK.
Bankers & Brokers.
BASILDON HOUSE. MOORGATh STREET, i
LONDON, ENGLAND.
aOaaaaast Baa* of Er:.-!ir.ll.
Business transacted in ali t.-.« International Stocu aa4
Mining Shares <]voted or not quoteU on th*
Lonlon Stock Exchange.
Advances ma on Stacks i.nd Shares.
Exclualv* dally Cables from New 'i'crk. South .arrlso*
Australia, etf.
American * Canad^r. Branches.
Cablegrams: "PLESAIiILV, LONDOW
t . , .- J Weatem Union. Ljeber»". Broomhead.
10(1 ißadfaM Mc.Nt.i!. and Moreing <£ Naal.
N. W. HARRIS & CO. *
BANKERS
Pine Street. Corner William
Chicago NEW YORK Boston
Xecaivn deposits subject to check
and alle *• bsswsßl on balannas.
Act -• fiscal agents for munici
falities and corporatiens. luri4
letters of credit and deal ia
BONDS FOR INVESTMENT
LIST ON APPLICATION
R L DAY & C 0. r
t NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK.
40 WATER ST., BOSTON.
Members N. 7. and Boston Stock Exchanges,
N. W. HALSEY & CO.,
BANKERS
INVEST3IENT BONDS.
4* WALL ST.. "THE ROOKJUW
Nr'f tork. Chica^aw
-— tJ
Trust Companies.
T«? EQUITABLE
TRUST COMPAiNY
OF YORK
Capital. 3,000.000 15 Nassaa Street.
Surplus. $9,000,000 Equitable Bulldlnaj.
Financial Elections.
THE nrtTAl LIFE INSCKA>CE COMPAJfT
UK NEW YUKK.
II NaaaaMl Bl . Nen York. Mar l»04.
rpHE ANNUAL ELECTION FOR TRUS
tees of this >'.<mpany will b« held at lt» eCvea,
aa above, pursuant to its charter, oa il,::i^j, Jua*
«. 1304.
Th« pella will b« opensil at II afaftaaftl nooa an<a
close at S o'clock t M
WILLIAM J EASTON. Secretary.
rXITED STATES TRL'ST CT:>XIPANT OF N?TW TORK.
*a WaU St.. May SBtk I*>*.
V X ELECTION FOR KIGHT TRUSTEES
■*■ anl thre« ißSfjectna ttti next easulag e^ecUoa will
ba bej '. at the sOra ■ f Ika I'.tnpacy on tha: 7th iay o£
J.:ne rt-xl (th- first Ti^dayi. N-twwn th« hour* 0: li 3i.
and ! 1' M HENRI L. THOR.VBIJ» S«cr«taf}
• t
Limited Copartnership Xotices.
H X FiFIETVER • CO.
CERTiFICATK OF LIMITED PARTIJERSHIP.
BtMi >f N. \v V rk. CWO tt New York, sal
\\-K. JOHN BBEWEB, MARY L. BREWER.
Stephen Nir.«i>. .tv.d William Ball* Jr., a.: cer»jr.j i
of full ago. the subscribers. ha\-lng forrnaij a llisi:*!
; .i: •p.<r«hip. pursuant to the pmjwMOM of lIM ■IIHSJ of
t^e ?tat.' ot New York. d>> h*reby certiry:
I. That the name si th<? firm under which «ai4 parta*r
»ht;> is t.> bo casfttacttjd Si H. X iir«»«r & O>.. and tk«J
county whwreia the .prin -iral place ol taatasjai i* h t-e
1 cated la New A". irk County.
II T.:si r - the general aafir* of the bu-«lr»»» tntendM ti»
{.c transa ted b| such partnership 13 a general stationery.
prtSttßg a."d I'Ublish.r.g L-i^l:-.e>-.
111. That the names .>f all th« sjensral and apecl.il
trtnen lr.:ere:r.e I thnei.-. and their respactira places vi
reaUtonca aro as t;;.»^. J. :.n BMSfa rrr>ld:r.g at Sum
nit. New Jersey; Mary I* lirewer. faatdtasj 4t Bror.x. ...\
N.w Xork; Stepben Nark-, residing at Ea»'. i >riag», Nr*
Jersey. ar.> tae gtOSISj , inner*: WIQtMSI BSjDSk Jr.. r«
»tdlng at Suincl:. N^-w Jersey. 14 -i. kpeclal yoru-.er. A.I
Of sai.i r-rs.::s are of full age.
IV. That the amount of castta vai h the said WTl'.Ua
Halls. Jr . the special . _-.:.-.t. haa cenwlbatad to toe,
»■ .r>tn' n stock in cu-h is tha svuu of BWNkj tijuaia.l
dollars.
V That IbSJ s.xld tnershin is to b"g!n al ti» 9rsa i
day of May. 1904, ar..l is t^> aad on tfte Crst A&y cf May.
1808
Datad Arri: twenty-ninth. 1904.
JOHN BRETVER,
.MARY I. BRE«TP
VTBJfUMSM NAN'KS.
■'. NL HAI .1 JR.
WILLIAM R. BRINCKERHOFF.
State of Nc\% York. Cow >jf New York, sa:
On this -".'th day of A; -nl. ll»>>4. terore e.s rersonally
came J..hn Diawai, Mary L. Brewei Stephen Nar.ke ani
WtUlam l!»;s. ji . so me personally known aad knwa tj
m to be the saiuo pctaona described in and vv^.o »x«cute<l j
t!i« fi.refiiTiff ip.s-ruriient aad severally ackr.ow'.edged to
me that they eaevuti the same.
WILLIAM K. ERINCKERIIPST.
N t.iry Pabll -N. V. CU
State of New York. County of New . rk. sa:
Ji>hn l'r»vv -r. tn :ng duly ■arai sa>s: I am one of tSe
gtnfT. . j irtrnrs r.anievi in the foregoing certiflcats. tie
sum specified in the said certificate to have sjaaa n
trlbuttu to the/ omrr. n Mack tV WUtkkSS Halls. Jr. UN
snaesa] Mrtaet ■aaswa therein, to wn: th» nuni of twasn I
tSMSSBM «lo:iar!i. has b.on actually and in go.. 1 faith raii I
In la cash to tho said c mnivn stock by the said V>...:i:n I
Hall?. Jr JOHN BRaTtTEK.
Sworn to before m» th!.« r.O'.h .lay of April !:«-4
WILXJ f: BRI.NCKERHOIT.
Notary Pubic. N. Y. Co.
>;!'.. ■«- - i KLtiEßErra
CERTIFICATE OF FORMATION Of LJMITSTD PAIIT-
N LSHIP.
■jjyE, ALBERT 11. GROSSw PHIUT KLEE
'. er< and B»e^r»ri Harr. -.1! of f-,;!l aaji havir.*
formed a Umtte.l nartnershl;.. pursuant to t.-.e statute*
of the State of Haw Task, do kacafeqp certifyi
1. The nrm name '.:.:rr which mch Umtted rartner
»h:;> la to sa coodoettd Is cross * KUTEBERO, arii
|l .1 county Ofkaiaia t!i Wluctpal i.aca ut buair.es* Is to
b- kteMM ts New Tnrh i; til ■
- Th« general naiurw of the hn.slress Intended to ba
traaaacted by such limited partnersiiio la that ot buying,
selllikg ar. 1 dealing In stocks, bunda :u.J olh?r laireataieiit
.•ourities. aa broke: >;
3. The names of all th« general ar.i special partrers
Intereste therein, all i f whom are of full age. ar.d their
respective places of residence, are as follows:
Albert H. Qsoom general partner. realdtnti at N<x 8
r«»t Ntnet) oscwfl OUaot. Burough af llauiiattas. N«*
■\ >rk ity
Philip Kleeberg. general partner, rer.idlr.s at V" 1 •
Ki-iisid* .Drive, Boroush jC M inhatij::. New Yorlc City.
Stewart ltarr. spacsa] putaor, NoM&BJ *' "The
Anionla." BnaataaaJ Bad Siren ty- third treet. Boroaajtkj
of Manhattan. New Vurk t'lty.
4. The smoun! af oapitil whuh the »aiJ sp»«.-:al partner
has contributed to the cooasßOOl stock of said 11^:^1
partnership b the s.urn of One hundred thousand dollars.
."» The sstM limited partnei>hli> is to begin April 30tX
11«>4 und is to end M.iy Ist. 1;»>.".
l>attd New York City. Apri! 3«>t!i I!><M
ALBERT H OROS3,
rillLlF KLnKP.ERO.
STEWART PARK.
State of New York. County of New York ss. : On !
this 30th day of April, lUO4 before me person^ caai*
Albert H. Groas, l'hllip Kleebersr and Stew,u-t Barr.
la me known and known to mo t > be tho inilviduala
mentlone.l and Jes-ribed in and who executed the fore
going Certificate and duly sereraQj ackouwledged to a»«
•he *ame.
[' L. S. 1 HAKKY a COBSCTT. l<»a. Notary PuHl* j
K:r«.< Co. CartlSeate fUt»«l in N«w York Co
State .->f New York. County of New York. •». : PMHp
Kleeberg beins duly IWM« says that he- 11 one Q* J
tho general |«rtn t» named \n the foregoing certirlcate: I
that the sum of One hundred t.: u-an.l dollars »pec!3»J
In su:i ' -"rtifleate as having b*»«-n or.tr!bute<l to th*
I woman stock by the special partaatt tkaratai named, to
wtt: BHI«JSf< l:arr. has l'e-n Hti:.:iv and In good fittlj
paiil by him in rash to fhe sail common stock.
Sworn to before me this 30th day of April. 1;»>4.
PHILIP K.CEEBERCJ.
[ U >*. I HARRY O. CORBXTT. ISO. N.>ti»ry PubUe.
Kings Ci. Certificate filed In New York Co.
i : KRTISEMENTS and subscription* f"r The Trisuae
V . - -eived at their Uptown Office.
NO. 1.364 BROADWAY.

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