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IRREGULARITY IS STOCKS.
INDUSTRIAL SHARES ACTIVE, STRONG FEATURES.
ffo'h r vcrally Heavy — Gains in Railway Earning* — Mtmey
Easy.
Closing prices ye&tc rday cf the principal active
eecurltics and net changes from Monday's quo
tations v i
STOCKS.
Ausal Copper... 81?» 4- '4jN V Central 161* —1
Aai C F 40 + H KTOtW 61% — 1*
Am Looomotive SOk ■*- kjNorf ai Weet... S4k — k
Am Malt pf .. 2tik — kjNor Arner 102 V» — H
Am Smelting. .104% — kiPenn X R 143 — k
Am gurar 142k - kiPeo Ga« of C—..114 — %
Am Steel F . . J7 + kiPresa lit C*r 42S
At Top & S F. . 87* —\i dopref «* -r %
AlUjitle C L....14S + 'it\Ry St Sprln* S7 + k
Bait v Oiiio lORk — S» . Beadiror 83* —Ik
Brooklyn U T.. 67Vi — HlKock Island .... Ssk +■ %
Caaeaiai Pac..149 —U\ do mS 80k 4- «
Ch«« i- 0hi0... SSk — k Rppub Steel 28*4 —Ik
Ctlo fc t\>at .. 23k — S dopref 83k —Ik
C Jl& St P....176 — k, Rubber G00d»... 8S — ,-H
aiixw 284 V — SL. W mt... . «>k +k
Col F * I f*k + S'southera Ry S5
00l * South SS\ — ki Southern Pac . «7k —
Consol O_ 205k — kiPtandlt&T IS i-k
Oorn Product*.. 14 — Trnn C & 1 I<WS —I*
t>el & Hudson. .I«3>* —1 iTexaa * Pac 3SS — k
Erie . 4«k — TSL.*W. .. SSk
do lai praf... PIS — k! do pref 58 +1
do 21 pref... 4»Ht — Twin City R T..120H —\»
Fed M i rf . Mt* 4-2S|rnlon Pao ISlk —Ik
ntlnola Central. l6ok + kitTS I^eathtr 14 ■ •
Inter Paper .24 — k do pref l'"» 4 —J«
Kan CSo pf . . 65 — k U S Pipe 83 — k
_>ula & Nash.. 142 =» : do j.r-f 61k -t- S
Manhattan I«CV — k U 8 Kubber 43 — k
Met 8t Ry . . . 12S + k U S ResJty »4S — *
_et Soc R7k — k V 8 Steel 3f.V +%
Mcx Oertral 25k — H do pref 0«k 4-1%
MK&T 31k ■ Wibub. H — k
Missouri Par...Jo6k — %\ do pref 4«V —
JlaUonal l«ad.. 47V -r S Wu <>nt 23k — %
BONDS.
anl«b«i lir.S 4- k Ptand RA T in: 6 4- J4
Atlantic C L.4«.10i»T4 —H' Cn Pae Ist 4»...1f>6 — H
B»T 4s S7k — k do con 4a 133H — S
C R UtP RR 4s R4** - lain S Stael 5«. .. l«6k + k
00l at So Ist e». flsk - ■ Wabanh deb Bs. . MM 1 * - S
Sta B*o C 8a... *>X — k| do p T M.... 42k —J4
F _ _Wt lnc 4« HO — klTTest Md es Clk — *
Bflill R&.T «• 50-» -f- ki
STOCK MAEKET OPEBATIONS.
Great lrreirularity marked the course of values
©n the Stock Exchange in yesterday's trading:.
with the tendf-nry In the chief active railroad
chares in the dir^tlnn of lower quotations, while
as a rule the Industrial issues showed improve
ment. There was a certain amount of realizing
In Atch_on. Brooklyn Rapid Transit. Ontario
and "Wes-em. Reading. Southern Pacific and
Union Pacific that was not met by active sup
ri^rt from the leading interests, although on the
decline offerings were taken by a good class of
buyer*. In the Industrial list buying appeared
to be for the account of substantial operators,
purchases btin* made for the account of some
of the largest houses in the Street, especially in
Amalgamated Copper. In which transactions
amounted to over ssVBM shares, and United
States Steel preferred, trading in the latter
being heavier than In any other i^sue dealt in.
The only Important weak feature among the
industrial chares was presented by Colorado Fuel
and Iron and Tennessee Coal and Iron, which de
clined under the pressure of heavy profit taking
cales. Colorado Fuel and Iron. Federal Mining
1 and Smelting, Railway Steel Spring and Araer-
I j loan Car and Foundry issues were leading strong
W features, the last named moving In a manner
that apparently foreshadowed better quotations,
both for the common and preferred. The lm
provement In the company's business and the
ability of the concern to pay dividends on the
preferred In times of depression have created a
good Investment demand for the latter issue,
and as it is b permanent 7 per cent investment
a higher price is 1 arranted on merit. The gen
eral market closed near the lowest prices of the
day.
Sentiment in Wail Street circles was favora
bly afferteij by the excellent returns of railway
earnings received in th* dny for the last w»ek
In March and for the month, and by various de
velopments in the business world of an encour
aging chare r . Industrial activity Ik pro
nounced in the nlted States. \vhil>- in the Do
minion ef Canada a similar improvement is he
ing recorded, ■ reflection of which is presented
in the heavy increase in the earnings of the
Canadian Pacific, which showed for the fourth
week in March a gain of more than $200,000
and for the month a pain of more than $700,<XK>.
a record not equalled by any road in the
"States." In view of the big improvement In
the company's <-;irninps and in view of the in
creasing value of its minr-ral. oil and agricult
ural lands, it is not surprising that there Is a
steady accumulation of the stock in the local
. j-j rj London markets, and predictions that its
price will sell at S2OO. The stock is worth more
than its current price on its merits. It i= i:,
teresting to record the fact that the company hMM
over twenty thousand stockholders, representing
investment accounts that will not come on the
market. In the Southwest marked improvement
Is reported by all the companies, especially St.
L»ouis .-outhivf-Fierr.. \vhi( h returns an increase
for the last week in March of $105,038. cotn
parison being made with the same period in the
preceding year. As ther j has hsea little activity
In the shares of the company, it is not unlikely
that a more active buying movement 60on will
develop, based on the improvement 1n the road's
traffic receipts and Ml the excellent r'i*>^p»*cts
for a heavy volume of business throughout the
balance of the year. It is also thought that
greater activity will be seen in the industrial
Issues in the near future, as th< greater number
■f this group are not selling at figures com
tnerwurat^ with their actual volue.
The monthly circulars of the leadinp bond
houses in Wall Street contain attractive offer
ings of high grade bonds that yield 4 per cent
and less, and In some cases more than 4 per
<>ent. us for Instance, the Southern Railway lsts,
the Wabash-Plttisburg Terminal lpts. Atchison
adjustment -s=. M Louis and San Francisco
general 4s and Rock Isiand refunding 4s. As
a rule the offerings are of the highest intrinsic
value, ar.d it is not likely that the brokers will
•xperience any difficulty in disposing of them
to investors, as the demand from all parts of
the country for first class investment securities
1« *xtremely heavy, owing to the large supply
of available funds in the hands cf the people
end to the connd»-nc«; of the people in the pres
»nt and future condition of money and business.
Regarding the amount of money in tbe country.
It is interesting to study the figures of the gov
ernment's circulation statement for March,
thowlng an b»cr«SSS in the last twelve months,
outeide of federal treasury holdings, of $42,
1!53.7fi0. the figures for the month presenting a
tmali decrease from February. In the last
twrnty-f.ve years the amount cf money in cir
culation in the United States has Increased $1,
744.347.991. There is an ample supply of money
U> the country for the requirements of a rapidly
earpariding tendency in business enterprises and
for the requirements of the securities markets,
and UM dose relation that now exists between
tbe New-York. Paris and London markets prac
tically prcclufles the chance of disturbance In
ißsWai at Uiis cer.tj*. while the same thin* may
be eald of the London and Paris money markets.
BONO MARKET TRADING.
OOVBRNMJCNT I*ONI>S— Market firm. Final
ejuAiations foUcw:
Bid A»Wei Bid Asked
VM. 2«.1030. r««1iHV 10^ I C.S. «•. JSW7.cou.lo4li MM4
V.tL as.ilat.uou.io4V 108 re. «a. 1*23.««.153 13S^
v.c Ca.lM.ras.lot K<4s:i;s 4k. ISCS.cou.ISS IS3V»
V.i. S*.l»fi«.oou.lOr, U6\\ Philippine 4a 108U —
Vj*. a».2MMml.l<*H - JDlst. of C. »-«Bs.m2 —
V.S. 4».I*OT.Tfc«.HHV 106WI
RAILROAD BO:*D&-Maxket strong. Total
•ales amounted in par value to $4,660,000. against
K.Oie.MO on Monday The heaviest dealings were
la the Atcalaon general 4s, Atlantic Coast Line 4s.
Brooklyn lispld Transit 4s. Central of Georgia sec
ond Ininsassv, Cfclc&so. SurUaston and <«ula«|r 4s,
Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific railroad 4s. Col
orado and Southern first 4s, Mexican Central 4s.
Northern Pacific Ss. Peoria and Eastern incomes.
Reading seneral 4s. St. Louis and San Francisco
refunding 4s. Union Pacific first and convertible 4s.
Wabash debenture Bs. Wabash. Pittsbunj Teiml
n.il seconds and Western Maryland 4s. American
Tobacco 4s and is. Standard Rope and Twine 6s
and incomes and United States Steel 5s were also
active.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London. April 4. 4 p. m.— market for Ameri
can securities was dull and Inclined to sag. Final
prices follow: N>w _ york New _ York
close, equivalent. close. Changes.
Anaconda 6k llfk 12 J\ + £
Atchison :90k. 8»k BSk — k
Canadian Pacinc 154 14JJ ■* 14U ?I
Erie 48S 475» 46 S + ?»
do Ist pref 84V, 82W M»» __!
Illinois Central 154k / 188 J*' 77
Louis & Nash 14«k l«k l«k J|
sS-r^.::::::::S is l t>. tl
£_S.p_;:::::SS » 85 z_
Union P_ific 13rtk 1«V "g^
Vn'Afd States Slee: .. 37J, 8» 3£!» +%
do prat »9 7 A »™ m * *
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.-Call money in
London. Uftfl per cent. Open market discount
rate for short biJls. 2 per cent; long bills. - per
cent. Berlin discount rate. 2 per cent. Berlin ex
change on London. 20 marks 48 pfennigs. Paris
discount rate. 2Vi per cent. Paris exchange on
London. 25 francs 17 centimes
rX)REIGN SECU-RITIH3.-«ritish consols for
money. 9lVi: for the account. 91 7-16; French rentes.
89 francs 50 centimes.
SALES AT THE STOCK EXCHANGE.
BONOS.
"00 US U Coup WO^j 6000 Ft^OO^
20000 do 4s Coup 1907.. 106*j Otd |s . Dab B Z**
iilltiiilll
MM Am Tobacco tis. .15*. 1000 1.1 N loIJ^ £
JJg *• US* lUNK» Man-at Con 4s. .104*
33000 do "k 1.2000 do W4>
•Jg to *• V»V BOOOMt St •By lUf 4.. Sl2 J
*A it :::::::::::: ll^^K^^st 4 :.:^
mS £ :::::::::::: v^o^P^v-cin-bv.^
jgj *> .^ 2000 do Tr 666 6 .15F.107-*
S n i r vs '& fc »2s tjms £»■ * £*
4000 AT i b F AH) N y c 3Hs .iook
4000 d 0... «5* s°*> ll S1&
22 *" *" i£fc aSSo do k"e(H'i» >o*
J*°, *° !n2«!' 4000 do Rsg *»
£ ::::::::::::io2t™ ss * OBl * w *•',«,%
imm At Coast 4s luj* | 13000 \* 0 ;;;;;;;;;.;;.io4
6000 00 100% -ttn,\ do '.i4'..
lOOrtB & O Gold 45... 102* '°°£ Jg 103 V
Be p _ t _ w aisoo N Pac o#a a, 7<Vl
jjg 2° Prlor 8H " : S2i ICOS do Prtsr*4;.*.."A4
l^Bklyn Kap Tr 4s. 87* '<*g genn'cS'*^. *10B\
*£?* 6 , n fl^. 1000 do 105*
X, a £.'*jlooooPeo&Eaatlnc... 80
• ■"-"' 10 v::::::::::. 87H ,v>oo B o dln * °" 102-«
m Ruth i« 55103 V ,«gg moa&Westi.t 9»H
IW* 'e ° °$. Ga let lnc «?., ijTOuO St LlrMt *So
22000 do 2d mc ££ Rif 41 95V :
*>£**• °? iy.-' "3 10000 do R&QDv 4s 86
™°_* ■• ■■ IJIC £1 * 1 5000 St LAc S F Ref 4s 91H
■ ■ ■ 6000 do 81H
1000 do Chat' Dlv " 4. 9*5 JSg St d^ *™ ™**' IS
Jrsv! rn,l ££, Till' S - 100 ° Sa »> An &ArP4s 90
\, \( a & Alt 3>,5.. 82 lOOOOOdcI VaJ &N E 45.102H
ri^o n°V rt'VV;*i ■"* 3000 geat A L Gold 4s. Sfii
?1^ C? & Q Jolnt * S- 4 S OOO So Pac 4Hs 101H
l?*£ So :::::::::::: RMS do Tr45.... 95k
44000 do 93^i 500 An 65
6000 Ch Mil &St P 14 J^ % f,{ -Ri f - iK f7%f 7%
C&P Wn 35..117Ti *>Ooft An fiTU
WC I.PO" 4rl^r «*» southß y -i«-s.;:i?^
*5222 1.. Ref 15... ft« 7 . u«ou «o do 119^»
JSSSL i° »j"» 8000 Standard R t T«s 63V»
lOOoiirt ao SSV 7000 do . . US
■'° R" «■ «*^ • 1000 do ... ..... ..." .MH
i?^° do »*H 9000 do 63V*
r;;""' do •• 2000 d.-. lnc r>\
-""-" Ao MS 34000 do 6%
*'"* \t> ««4 83000 do «
.'""■" df> (*Hi 6000 TC Ir ROn 6s. 69
15<<mo d.i S4V I COOO do 98« A
IMJM do Tr B. .. «4^] 100 do Bir'blV'es.'.m^
];i""' *• »*•»• a 100. Tex & Pao Ist 6&.123
2-t^ *"' »5 I 60003 d Ay Con *•.... 96
'-"'" do 95>i! 8000 do 95%
lOOAChtc Tor Tr 4s .97 1000 Ulster & Del Is?. 113
v;::: c Sy *°S i:J? ,SK °«r pao 18t 481 i064
21«?0CW South Ist 4«. W- tIOOO do Convt"4.::.:i34?
»MM do 04 10000 do 183^
»" do »*;» 10000 do 134
20ft» do »4V 2IKJf» do 133*»
"2 T |*H 3fKK) v s Leather es" 112>*
Zr d 0 94« i 2000 do . 112
l "°» le 95 ■ 3000 U S Red 4 Ref 6s 9^*4
*"* d " »5H 643000 U S Steel SF5s 96
l'lfnt a« 95'*!71000 do <...'.%
1 "'"' do 95V140000 do Bflli
55000 Co] Fu &Ir Con ' 17000 Va Ir CAC 5s «fl\
mm Pol Mid lrt 45... 75»4!20O0O do Deb B*• • 80V4
25rt<» 'on r,*s Deb «5.182 13000 do ......... M
SnOO Con Tob 4f . 82%! 5000 do ".'.'.'.'.'. " 80T4
6COO Con Chle let (lfilOOO do . 1 «iv
2000 n& R o ron 4 ioi^ 90000 do '.". lg|
N»OO do Imp 5»... loßmsoO> d 0....... £2
15000 DM Sec rvir 6s. M 17000 do Jil
u»5 fc^iab do ■■;::::: lit
a so*, nooo do siv
10CKW Ed El X T Con j innoo Wab Pts Term 94
lOOOE^iWcont.Ar?,..! l^ d o ln = 4?*
JSS ::::::::::::l^f^^'™*' :::::: £ %
J222 do O*n 4. /■''•'■' ! 4nort W«t shor«'4«::::io»£
"OrtO do J>3 ! 6000 do ififtU
Ss2llffl at " H "' W T ' n ' In " ♦"*
:!",' "., • i^" 4 :v " n0 w* v E I§t Con
2wS2 F d7. & .. D C Istllliv 25000 \v*S renGen 4s' V. M*
JfITWIO do 1134
Total sales of bonds. »4.660.000.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 3 a i
per cent: hlgrhest. 4 per cent; lowest. 2^4 per cejit;
last loan. 21-i per cent; close. 2H per cent; ruling
rat.\ 3?i per cent. Time money was quoted at 3^4®
m per cent for sixty to ninety days, and 3% per
cent for four, five and six months. Commercial
paper was quoted at 3\tf4 per cent for sixty to
ninety days. 4@44 per cent for four to six months
and 3 p»r <-,-nt for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— Market closed firm.
Actual closing rates follow:
OaMes. Sight Sixty days
Sl«rlln«; 4.*6 1 LNMNU [email protected] l is
Francs 6 17'j •5.17H<ge.17H *5.19He5.19H
li.-i-iu-ir.arks 05 »4 I.VI<HT«6 94*&»4 11-18
Guilders 403-1&340^4 40@>40 1-16
•I>es* 1-16.
Hankers' posted rates m-ere
Sixty days. Demand.
Rterllnpr 4.85 4 8»H
Paris francs B.18«i o l«%
Switzerland franc* fi.2O 6 lfi*4
Beicium francs 6.20 f. ]C 7C 7
Germany relchamarks 94 -, 'tfi l
Holland pulld«rs 41. \(\\
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE- — Com
mercial. 60c discount; bank, $1 premium. San Fran
cisco—Sight. Vftc; telegraph. 10c. Boston— par. Chi
cago— premium. Charleston— par; aeJl
lng. $110 premium. Bt. Louis— l£o discount bid. 6c
discount asked. Minneapolis— premium. Cin
cinnati— Savannah— Buying. 50c discount; sell
ing. 75c premium.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New-York — Exchanges.
$384,776,279; balances. 51£.966.616. Boston— Exchanges.
$33,021,372: balances. $2,904,081. Philadelphia— Ex
changes. 5».355,625; balances. $3.634.«1. Baltimore-
Exchanges. 54.6a.124; balances. S3S&OTC
SILVER MARKET— Bar silver. 66c; Mexican
silver dollars. 43c Bar silver In London closed at
GOLJ> PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 31.97; U»bon, 8.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New-York Is quoted at 202^.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.-Customs receipts
reported from Washington. $534.414; Internal reve
nue receipts. $345,619; miscellaneous receipts, {56.908.
Receipts for the day. R.2S>»U; •xpeadltures. t1.830.
000. Receipts for the month to date. JIC23.CS; ex
penditures. S5.O90.000; excess of receipts. S4fil,S44.
Receipt, for the fiscal year to date, 541t.6M.623; «c
p«naitures. t441.4d(.105; exceas of expenditures. 124.
93.452-
6UB-TREASURY.— »üb-Trea«iry was'debtor
to Urn Clesxinff House. <M^Tt4.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 5. 1905
BA3XHOAD AND OTHER STOCKS.
j
Chares ' ' I—— Actual sales I— Closing—
aold. I . |Op«niHign|Luw.| Fln.l Bid. I Ask.
1 A dams Express. — — I— . — 1244 |280
.Albany & Sus... — — — — Zit> , —
200 Allis-Chalisers . 1714 »'"* 17H 17H lliJ »' 1?1 *
1 do prel — — — — I WHi b2
CO.IOO *Amal Copper... 80% fcl"* bOli 81% 81< Hl*
»Am Beet Su«ar — — — — j 31*s 32^i
»do l>ref. — — — — ill i«
17.600 jAm Car & F'dry 39% «OTs 3t»S 40 S9'i 40
4.250 do pref 1017 a 103 101* lU2Tb 1U9He1102%
.American Coal . . — — — — 176 225
2.450 1 Amer Cotton Oil 37V 3T54 37 37 36%! 47
1 do pref — — — — «3 i JMJ
iAmsr Dlst Tel.. — — — — 32 I 35
1 Amer Express.. — — — — 228 1 23 a
300 I•Am Gr Twine.. 9 9 8T» S » b">» .>>
lAm Hide 4 L.. . — — — I — j 10>* 10-}»
600 do pref 52 o2>« 51% 61%| 61%| 52
•American Ice. . — — — — , >'• "'1
«do pref — — ' — — I 38H 31%
100 «Amer Linseed.. 20 20 20 20 , i«j' ai -»
— - *do pief : I — — — — I 44^1 4t>
4.500, -Am Locomotive 60>4 60% 60 50% 5045, fi«'.»
900| «ao prof j 1171»|117Va 117 117 |ll«% 117
100 *Amer MalUn«..| 7%) TA W] I%\ T-,', 7%
800 'do prer | 26>»| 26V»i 20%) 26% 2tiS* -•• 1 t
11.600 »Amer Smelting. 1 104%|104i, lu3 lU4W|lo4*|lo4^
I.ooo] 'do pr«: 123*! 123% '12a 1 123% 1 122% 1 123%
100 -Am Snuff pref. 1 100% 1 1U0% UJO«illOO4 — i —
S.loo;An> Steel Fdry. 1 16St li> | Mfts IT , IT 1T ;
34,<57U do pref | <i 5 ! «T' >C> t:5 . 64T« •«•
•Amer Sugar. ...; I*2 jl42^|l4^ 142%|145J%!142-»i
300 t Mo pref il-i>>.ill3U jlvlbVx I^'-.., lJi» : 4
Am Tel & Cable] — I — ' — I — UD I X
-Am Tel 4 Tel. | — — I — , — 144 148
6.350 Am Tob pf newj 9S%| (»»%( 95%; y;< 86% i t<»
2.360 'Aroer Woolien. | 30% 31 | ao%| 31 1 30ii| 31
1 *do pref ; — ! — — — 107 |lOS
.•Anacj.i.i» 119 l^,> ,ili> . 119 7 » ll'J»iil2o
1 Ann Arbor I — j — — I — 35 , 40
400; do pref 1 74V41 T4'ii 74 74 , Ti ; bl>
150| Asso Mer Ist pf U>'« ilbha INtVi 88}4| »<% —
6.2oo|Atchison ..... ■ 88% I 88% 87%] ti7%| Hi . S7v»
l.lw. do pref 103,103 [lU2**, lo^»»(103
aoo| do riahts i %] %i % —
15. 835, Atl Coast Line. 1 144%! 146 |143?«J145 , 144% 1 145
2.900!8i1t & Ohio 108%1106% lOttia 10* Ma 108 108H
1 00 pref I — : — j — — I*s ,'M
22.160 B"klyn liap Tr.. 67 68% Mia BIH *V*\ »><%
B"klyn L"n Gaa..i — — I — — 205 310
670| Brunswick 1 14^, 14% 14 i 14 1 13%', li.i
ißuft R & PltU I — i — — — [150 1157
1 ao pref j — | — — I — ilß.^ |l»0
•OWißutf it Sus pref 90% 90% IK>!» 1 90% S«'-. , U0?«
*Butterick C 0... — I — — | — 158 i tio
Canada South... — ,— ' . - — , 7oHj Tl^»
7.800 (Canadian Paclflc|l49% 149T4J148% 148 148% leita
C&So Am Tel. j — | — — — |ll'2 13S
200 Central of N J.. 201H 202 201% 1 202 |201H|202
6.6so|Ches & Ohio 5s V C 0 r.S' s I BMVsI 56% j OSH
300|Chlca«o 4 Alton 44JV»i 41 4o>, 41 1 41 j 41>*
i do orei — — — — ,SO 1 UVi
Ch & E ill pref — — — — 1130 141
Chlo Bur & Qy. — — — — 110 24«
1.600 Chic Gt West... I 23% 2^% 23% 23% j 23% j 23Vs
— — do pr^f A 1 — — — — !63 tin
J d 6 pref B I — I — — — 1 34'» 35%
do deb I — I — — — I«8 BSVj
Ch Ind 4 L pref| — | — — — | 70 88
8.800; Chic Mil 4St P 176% 17C% 175%|17« 17«% 176%
; do nref j — — — I — 184 186%
400|Chlc & North w. 243% 243% 243 243% 243% 24-iVa
Ch St P M O — — j — — lUO ,^OO
- ao pref — — ] — — I'JO 200
2.200 Chic Term Tr. . 18% 19%: 18% 19 | 18Vi VJ
COO do pref \ 35% 35%( 35Sj 33% | 86% 1 art
l,Boo|Chlc Union Trac I 10% 10% i 10% 10%, lo , 10%
, do praf — — — — :42 .45
600 CC C St L. . 10e% 108% 108 10S .107 ,108
1 do pref — — — — 119 121
Clev Lor & Wh — — — — 60 »2%
do pref — — — — 1 103 112
Clay & Pltls — • — — — 184% —
25.700 Col Fuel 4 Iron' 56% 57 50% 56% 5«%, 56%
300 do pref I 163 1 i 103%i103% 103;. — ; —
17.900 do rlfhts I 1% 1% 1% 1% — —
2.460 Col ie Southern. 29% £9% 25% 25% 28% 29
200 do Ist pref 62 I 62 i 61% 61% i 61 , tU
600 do 2d pref 36% | 33^ 38 36% i 3«%- W%
300; Col 4HC Alr 16% 117 I 16% 17 16% 17
Consol Coal I — 1 — | — — ;73 —
Consol Gas 206 206 .205'^,|205 205^ 206
346|Cora Products.. 14 , 1-4 14 14 , 13% 14
400 i do nref 65 65 ■«1 65 | 84% 65%
6.500 Del & Hudson.. 194%; 193 193 163% 193 ,193%
■ Del Lack & \V. — j — — I — ,375 391
■ 1 Deny 4 Rio Gr. —j — — i — j34 35%
100 do pref 90% 90% 90%! 90% S6Vi 90*
lOOlDts M&Ft D. 25 25 25 i 26 : 24% 20
2iN> Detroit Southern I 5%) 6% 5% 6% 5 i 6
200; do Dref 133 133 33 S3 IS3 35
«86lDet United R R; 85% 85% 854 *>5H 85% 85%
Diamond Match! — I — I — i — 1 136 140
200 »D of Apffedl'il 53 '68 |53 |63 — —
4.260 *D!st Securities. 4»!%i 46% 46% 46%, 46% 46%
«Dul So S & Atl — — — — 1 15% 16
300! M> Dref ' 32^1 32% I 33% 1 32% | 32Vj 83
' ftOOlElec Stor Bat...| 88% 1 80 1 88%, 89 — —
32.6VK)|Kri8 ] 46% 1 47% 46% 46% 46H 4«*n
6.800 do Ist pref ; 81% 1 824 81% MS, 81% 82
6.500! do 2d pref | 70S I 70% 6i»%i 69% | 69% 70
Evans T H.. — | — — — i «2 65
1 do r.ref — --.-! 85 95
800 Federal M 4 S.. 11l 111 110 1110%110% 111
6.500 do Dref t)7H 99% i*T% 9t*% 99% ><9%
»Ft W& D City I — — —I — 65 70
• 1 Gen Chem C0...i — — — — ! 50 60
1 do T>r*f — — — — 11001 100 102
476|Gen Electric Co IS7 187% 187 187% 11871 187 187%
'Gt Nortiern pf. — — — — 305 .31i>
|Ho_lnr Valley. — — — — | «3%i S«a
100: do praf 9SVi 934 93% 93V4| U3Mt «4%
|Homes_te 1 — — ; — — 774 7.<
745 Illinois Central. 160 160% 160 160% ltio IKU4
1 do Lea_d L,. .■ — — — j — 104 —
6.300 1 Int PaD«r | 24%, 24% | 23% 21 U%\ 24
400| do pref i 79 ( 79% 78% 78% 784 TU
Z6ooi»lnt Power 1 96% | 97 . 96% 96% 1 961» 97
1 Int Pump , — — I — ! — 36 38
100! do pref ; 85% I 56% 8f»»«| 85V, 84 M
lowa Central... 28%: 28% I 25% I 28% 28 2*4
1 do pref ] — I — I — , — 54 55
IKaaa 4 Mich... l — —1— J — — 138
1.600 £an City South. ' 30% 314 30% 90% 30% 31
1.400 do pref |C 5 65'» 63 j65 ; «i 5 i Bs*
. 200 'K CFS&SI pf ! 83% £4 I 83%j 64 : 83% 84
Keok & Dcs M.l — — I — : — 14 IS
1 do oref I — — I — I — 5o «o
200 Knlok Ice of Ch 18% 20%| 18' 20%, l»% 20%
! do pref.. ) — — — — j74 i 75
Laclede Gas pf . I — — — — jlw 105
600: L. E 4 Western. f4l 41 41 . 41 | 404 41
do pref — — — — 1«B 103
- lLake Shore — — — j — 315 825
iLong Island — — — — .>> «0
le.SOOlLouis & Nash.. 142 143% 141y»;142'., 142% 142^
(Man Beach ] — — — { — 1 lt» 14
30>>, Manhattan El . 16T 1167 [1«6%[166% | 168% 167
|Md Coal praf..., — | — I — I — 1115 140
11,900 Sec Subs, j 87% 88%; 87 87% | 87% 1 874
9.3ool 'Met Street Ry. ■ 1232i,123%;122 123 1 122% 1 123
X.OOO I Mexican Central 25% 25%] 25Vi 25% — —
(Michigan Cent.. — — ] — — 1 145 170
1 Minn &St L. .. — I — — — 80 G4
- — 1 do pref — ! — I — — 1 l>!> 95
WO:M St P&S S M 119% '120 119 119 116% 119
2001 do pr«f j1(55 165 j 165 168 164% 165%
300 Mo Kan & Te\. 31% I 31%. 81% : 31% 1 31% 1 81%
100( do pref i«5 165 BB « 6E 654
1.600 Missouri Pacific, iloo% 1 107 1 1064 lOfiH-lCnUijiuT
4.000 «Nat Biscuit.... 65^; 63%! 65 65V.; t»4», «554
! Mo pref — I — ! — — ,116 .120
7.200; Xat Ensm &St 27%: 20 T i 27% 2»\ 28% '2U4
1.3oo: do pref. I 92% 94 , 93% 93% ÜB% 93%
11,250 "National Lead.. | 47% 48% 48% 47%' 47Ts 4S
200 *do pref 108% 100% 108 108 (lOS 10l»
500 X R R of M pf I 40% 1 40% 40',, tO%! 40 , 41
! do 2d pre; ' — — —. \ .— . 21 , -22
New Cent Co&l.l — ; — | — — 42 45
I«N V Al-- Brake — I — I — ' — U0 I*>
16.5T51N T Central... [1«9%|168 l«lS|161%,l«H-;iHl-V
8.450 NYCh& St L. 50 j52 49% 81% 61%] 52
! do Ist pre£ ! — — — I — 110 117
600 do 2d pref 81% S2 81% 82 82 82%
N V Dock — j — — 1 — I 2(» 124
do pref — — I — j — 57 00
*N T4SJ Tel) — I — 1 — — 170 174
100 N V M H t H. 1202 i 202 1202 202 201 Vi 2034
11.000 X T Ont & W..1 68 I 63% 1 61%] 61% Bl%! i! 2
1.620 Xorfolk i \Vest| 854 &5% 84=i; 84% 84", 854
■ do pref. . 1 _ 1 _ I _ 1 _ B8 94
2.100] North American 1 1024 1 103 1 102% ; 102%1102T4 I<>3
Ontario Silver.. 3% 24 2% 24 2%] 4
iPaciflc Coast.... — . — — — 88 94
1 do Ist pr*f _____ 1(« 10H
1 do 2d pref — , — I — | — 0:; 9Q
! Pa;inc Mail — — — — 44% 45
85.400 Perm R R 143 143% 1424 143 14_ 143
100 Peoria & East.. 474 4741 4741 474 47 4H
8.800 Peo Gas & Coke 114 I 114% 113% 114 114 114 V;
200!rhlla Rap Tran. ■ 1224 1224 122% 1224 1 — I —
PCC&StL.. - ] — 1 — — IS2 184
1 do pref : — j — — — 105 112
24) PFt W & Chic (184( 184 IS4 184 IS4 183 ! —
1 do speciil , — J — — — 17» | —
2.5101 Pressed Stl Car.' 42% < 43 42Hi 424 ', 42\ 42»«
1.200 do pref ' 654 S»«H 954 98 96 l»7
200 Pullman P Car. 247 247 247 247 247 256
Quicksilver — I — I — — 1 : 1U
— —I do Pref j — I — — — 1% 34
30 R R Securities... 85% i 95% 1 95% i 95% 954 I t»ti
15.350 "Ry Stl Spring.! 36 ! 37% 36 j 37 37 37%
1.8601 *Co pref i 954 96% 96% 96% >■ 9H4
82, 400 Reading; | 94% I i»4^ ' 98% 98% 98% 04
400 do Ist pref ■ 92 8S '•'- 92 01 4, !»2
! do 2d pref ; — — — — 99% j ix»%
IRenb & Sara . ..1 — — I — I — 206 —
13,100 *Rep Iron is. Stl! 24% 24%; 23% 23% 23% 24
6.100 Mo pref 84% 84% I 834 63% i 88% 83%
44.800:R0ck Island 34' i, 354 33 T 35%' 35% 35V 4
a.860| do pref \ T»%| 81 4 T9% 80% 80% 804
1 Rome WSt Oed. — j — I — — 134 140
9.250 'Rubber Gcods.. 33% 34 133 j33 S2T. 334
400 "do pref 1004 1064 104 105 104 105%
Rutland RR pf — — I — — 60 70
St Jos &Gd I. — — — — 14 IBM
j do Ist pref — I — — — 60 rr,
1 do 2d pref — — — — 24% 2(54
200 Bt I_S F2d pf 70H 70%| 70% l 70% — —
1 do C& E I cts — — I — I — ! 186 190
1 do pref — — I — j — 130 1135
800 St Louis Southw 26% 26% 2«%[ 2«t% 26 j 2<:%
4.900! do J>r«f «5 65% «4% «54 156% 66%
2.150! Sloas-Sh St & Irl 99%' 09% 197 97 97 07%
do pref — — 1 — I — 110 lls
8.350 Southern Pacific 67% 6S C 7% 67% 67% ; 67%
100 1 do Dref 118 US 11- US Us 118%
20. Southern RR. 34% 35% 34% 35 ! 34% 35
200[ do pref 97% 97%, t>7% 97% 964 97
<!o M& O otfs — — j — 1 — 064 9S
400' Stand Rope & T 1% 1% 1% IV, 14 11,
77,730!Tenn Coal & 1r[106% \O«4 1035,: 103% 103% 103H
200|Texas A Pacific. ! 38% 3.**, 1 38% SB% 38% 38%
1.600 1 do Land Trust 45% 454 45 45% 45% | 45%
'Third Aye RR. — — I — — 130 132
! Tol Peo & vV'est — — — — ! 17 211
700jTol Ry & Usht 34% 54% 33% 34 ! 33% 34%
"OOlTol St L it. \\'..\ 35% 88% 3S SK% 38% ss»s
2.000! do pref 157 158 I 56% 68 66 6.S
9.2<i0 Twin City R Trl2l 11224 120% 1204 1 1204 121%
1.8OOl"L'nlon Bag A. V 14% l 14% 14 I 14% 14% i 14'»
2.400' Mo pref ! 81%! 82 ] 80% i 81 80V SI
95400 Union Pacific... 132%:131%1131%!131%,'1.'t1%
3001 do Dref 00% 09% 99% 99% i 99% >.m %
300 Un Ry Invest... 47 47% 47 47% 47 ' 47Vi
3001 do pref f-- 87 -7 iB7 ( B«%J 874
7.700' "U SCIP*? ! 2341 33% 32^ 33 SS 33%
600 Mo pref 90% »1% 904 91% »1% 914
- C S Express : — — — — 127 130
270 ■•U S Leather. . . 13 13 ! 13 13 1 — —
1.500 1 do ctfs . ,14 14%! 13% 14 ' 13% 14
1.200 "do pref |l'tf% 108% 10S<- IOH4 ICB4 109
600 V S Ry * Imp- BM4 85% 04% 94% 044 <i 4%
688 »U S Red & Ref 204 80% | 294 ! 30 ! 30 I 31
1.600! Mo pref i 60% 614 BOil 60% CO ! ■)
1.000 :u S Rubber .. I 43% 43%! 42% 43 I 42% 43
2.000 do pref 115% 1154 113 J1134 113 ' 114
92.400 v s steel 36% 37>»j -V.4 86% 3«% M%
106,8001 do oref '97 ! 9S'» 96% «Si 4 <J«4 9«%
1 Va-Ckro Cbem . : 36% 36% 3.5 I 86% 38% 364
3201 do prof 108 |108 108 109 107% 108
800 Va Iron C* C. 49% 49%: 49 49 48 49
400'n'ulcan Detln... 9 ■ 9% 9 0% — —
MOWabaah ! 23% j_» 23 23 23 234
1.600, do nn.f 47 ' 47Vi 46% 4*%| 46% 47
1 Wells Fareo Ex — J — I — — 250 2»lo
20nhveit Tnlon Tel. 92% 93% 92% ft.T*.l 92% 93
«00lw"i!ngh Mf*.» 181 181 181 181 ISO 11811 181
1 do Ist pref.. •■ —I — — — 1894 1 200
100 Wheel &L 8... 19 19 19 19 184 19
! do Ist pref. ■■• — — — — 44H 454
: do 2d pref ... — I — — Wk\ H
1.098.861 Total aaloe for the day. •Unlisted.
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
1906. 1904. • 1903
W«ek ended AprU 4 . .$12,350,269 t:.T89.6«) $8.21«,649
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.;
STOCKS.
Share* I | Open- I High- | Low- I Last
cold. | I ing. I tat. | eat. I sale.
U.2So|Amal Copper ... I 80k 81k j wi »1J»
I.2SO|Am Car &F. ... | 40 40', , SOk | S?t»
130|Am I>jconiotlve. . ! s«> sOk| 80. , «>k
2.400 Am Smelting.... 104 V 1«« , lOJ'a; 1"4^»
40, Am Ste-1 Foua.. 17 17 j 18% 1«J»
470|Am Sugar.. 142H 142k | 142 j 142k
J»iAm Woollen 31 31 ; 30% j JO>
A T&SF f»% «*'i, B71»| BTls
100 Bait & 0hi0.... ICSk 108% 108 V»| lOgk
8.530 Bklyn Rap T.... »W . HS^»| «7 I «7»*
UOCanPacinc 14«Ti | 14U". ; 149k , 14«
Ches & Ohio ft»k 6Sk ! •">*>> I 55*1
ISOlChic Gt West... 23k 23 l : 23k 2jjk
3.140!Ch1c M St P. . 176»t! 176k 175r»i 175%
18.2301C01 F& I * MSI 57k 68k 6JJ»
2.180iC0l Fuel Rights. Ik Ik Ik Ik
130ICol Southern... 2i«'4 29k 28k i 28V
»ip Dist Securities. . | 4<i>» 46V! 4t»-% . 4«J»
12,SaO|Erle 46 V 17* 46 k i «k
20j do Ist pf 82kl 8?k! ,81Vi fIV
20 Illinois Cen 1«O |. It** j 160 | 160 •
20i Inter Paper 24V1 »•* 24Hi 24V
1.79" ILoula * Nash... 142 4 | 144 ( HlVl l«k
350! Met Seourlties. . . I 88 | 88 i 87k Mk
2.1*70! Met St Ry | 122 V | 123% 122k 122k
310!Mexlcan Cen ..I 25k 25kl 25 25
iMOlUissourl Fa-.... 107 : 1«7 I 106S 106 V
BSOINat i*-il 47H 4S'i; 46 7*7 * 47k
3.010! N V Central.... I«2VJ lBSkl lei » 1«1V
1.470JX v Ont a W... 62k I «;<■• 62k I 62k
6.320 Pennsylvania ... 143k] 143k K2ki 143
9»>! People's Gas...: 114V I 114r» HSVi 114
400J Pressed St Car.. 42V 43 | 42k) 42'»
IS.B6o! Reading I 94k Mil IW-* 93 V
2.oeoJßepub!lr Steel... | 24k I 2* '» I 23 V 2JV
150 do pf» I 84 j M I 83k 83' i
4.710 Rock I .•!.!. id.. . . I •■!■»'* 35 »4 1 34 .jsk
10 Rubber G00.15...| .4.'. \ 33,; I 33 -t.j
20! St USo W pf...l 65k! 65k t 65k J3k
lOOlSlosa-Sh S & 1.. i 99 ! » I » I »»
2. «K)i Southern Pac. . . I B»* 6t»kl «< *» ; «H
1.570 Seothern Ry.... 35 35V 34V 35
14 530. Term C * 1 105 V , 108k! 103k ; 1034
83.330 Union Pac j 132k 132 V; 131 V 131H
2701U t> Leather TRI 14; Ml W% \l*
4«> r S Rubber 43* •»:* «•* g, £„
14.1J0 U 8 Steel ::::::::! S* S s S" S5
72 3!« V .10 P f BB* g »«\l »«S
30 1 Wabash 18 1 »* 23 23H
501 do pf I 47 1 47k 47 1 47k
243.450 Total sales.
BONDS.
i ! Oi>en- | High- I Low- | Last
Fales. I | Ing. I est. | eat. I — le.
$1.5*0 : AT &S F4....1 102% i 102% | 102% | 102%
2.ooo l ßeadmg Gen....| Ktt* I 188%1 102 VI 103 V
$3,500 Total sales. .
MINING STOCKS.
j ] I Open- j Hißh- ! Low- I Last
Sales. I I ing. I est. | «at. I _le.
aOOlAtlce 70 .70 .6» -«»
200 Con C_i & Va... 1.80 1.60 1.45 1.45
400 Elkton .62 .62 .82 .02
ooofo" Doliar.:::.. f .12* 6.12* 6.12* 6.12*
ISOGranbyCon 6.12k «.12k «.12k «.12k
300 Iron Sliver ! 3.75 3.75 3.76 3.75
1.000 Indian Tom 04* .04* 04* .04H
1.000 Lone Star ! 22 .22 .22 .22
lOOOrlg Bull Frog. . .42 .42 .42 j .42
100 Portland ! 2.45 2.45 2.48 2.45
200 Sandstorm .70 .70 .70 I .^0
«00: Union ••» •£ f* . •«*
600 'Work | J5J 5 } 5 •}* j •}%
60o| Yellow Jacket... i .11 I -11 I •"> I - 10
6.580 Total sales. ___^^____________
THE FEDERAL TREASURY.
Washington. April 4.— The condition of th© Treas
ury, divisions o? issue and redemption, at the be
ginning of business to-day was aa follows:
RESERVE FUND.
Gold coin and bullion $150,000,000
TRUST — DIVISION OF REDEMPTION.
Gold com •Sit-SJ-SS
Silver dollar. HIS'SS2
Silver dollars of 1890 '5J'!22
Silver bullion of 1800 536.672
Total 787.969
DIVISION OF ISSUE.
Gold certificates outstanding ''IS'^-SS
Silver certificate* outstanding *"s'xI 9l
Treasury notes outstanding 10.0M.0u0
Total • 797.967
GENERAL FUND.
Gold coin and bullion 125.287.507
Gold certificates TX'sS'TsS
Silver coin and bullion I>i2i'4lJ1 > i2i' 4 lJ
Silver certificates ,I"S?*2S?
United States notes 14.015.621
Other assets Z6.i»T.4aa
Total in Treasury * 1 2I f fS 1
Deposits In national banks .- »e.3JT.UW
Tota l .$281,703,176
Current liabilities • . 89.855.227
Avallsbl* rajih balance $141.817.»4»
WALL STREET AND , EXCHANGES.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign hous«s dealt in
B.MO shares in th# local market, mostly sales. In
London consols lost *& per cent in the early trad
ing:, but recovered part of it. Russian bonds ware
a little better and Japanese issues were unchanged,
but peace talk seems to be abandoned for the pres
ent. Copper stocks were firmer and the general
market was cheerful. Money was plentiful enough.
and. according to all European authorities, should
continue easy- for som? little time to come. It Is
thought that the Bank of England rat* may be
reduced to 2 per cent early thia spring.
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN 1 EARNTNGS.—
Earnings of the St. I^ouis Soutiiw astern for th«
last week in March showed a gain of $105.035. mak
ing for the month a gain of $204,230, and from July
1 a gain of $743.22*. The. earnings for March are
the largest of any month in the history of the
company. The car movement has shown a steady
increase over the Fame period of laßt year In prac
tically every line of commodities carried by the
road. There has been a large pain In the cotton
movement and a significant and gratifying feature
has been the large increase in the local freight car
movement. The winter wheat crop prospects all
through the Southwest are reported to b* •xtrezne
ly promising and it will not be long before the
movement of this cereal to market will add further
to the traffic of the company. The trade, of
ficials say that the* freight movement Is so heavy
in all directions that the company's equipment Is
taxed to the utmost.
THREK MONTHS' I NSOL.VENCIES.—
cial failures In the United States in the first quar
ter of 1906. as reported by R. O. Dun, A Co.. were
3,443 In nun*er and $30,162,506 in amount of de
faulted indebtedness, compared with 3,344 failures
in the corresponding monthß last year, when the
liabilities were $48,066,721. In manufacturing occu
pations there were 776 suspensions involving $11.
946.691, against 729 failures for $14.«87.436 last year;
trading defaults were 2.575 in number and $16,336,736
in amount, compared with 2.45S last year for $19.
1&7.464; other commercial failures were 92 in num
ber and $1,879,078 in amount, against 157 In 1904.
when $14,151,821 was Involved. In addition to these
mercantile and manufacturing defaults there were
twenty-two bunking suspensions for $2."27.307, com
paring most favorably with the thirty-two failures
Involving $9,013,098 in the same months last year.
The trifling increase In the total number of failures
was more than offset by the large decrease- in the.
amount of defaulted indebtedness. This improve
ment is found in every department, and the mod
erate increase in number is readily traced to the
numerous small general stores ar.d other lightly
capitalized trading concerns at the South that were
unable to withstand the lo.=se3 produced by the
sudden decHne in ihe price of cotton early in the
year.
INSURANCE FIGURES FOR 1904.— "Insurance
Reference Bock." for ISM, has been published.
showing that ninety-six companies, not Including
liff companies, made a total pn>fit in the year of
$1fi.&44.344. and thirty-ftve companies a total loss of
$3,165,189. The fires at Baltimore ajid Toronto cost
the 131 companies reporting $30.<M8.n61. All New-
York companies paid usual dividends, ranging from
10 to 40 per cent, and largely Increased surplus.
The largest profit was that of ill* Home Insurance
Company, amounting to $1,429,767 on SS.MMM capital.
The largest percentage of proftt was earned by
Globe and Rutgers, tains »<*>.<HB on $40D.0C0 of
capital.
ERIE'S NEW EQUIPMENT— Within the last
few weeks car builders have delivered to the Erie
Railroad 3.528 of the 5.9C0 freight cars recently
ordered for use on that road The recent deliv
eries include 1.072 hopper bottom cars. IJM box cars.
975 gondolas and 281 refrigerator cars, all of which
have now been put in service on the Erie and Its
branches. The cars are of the latest designs and
best possible steel construction. These, with the
137 heavy freight locomotives new building and in
course of delivery, will aid materially in the han
dling of the fume, which is now so pressing the
company as to keep constantly busy every locomo
tive and car it owns.
' MARITIME EXCHANGE NOMINATIONS —
following men have been named by the nominating
committee of the Maritime Aiasßitatton of the Port
of New-York to hold OCBcc for the ensuing year:
President C. B. Parsons; vice-president. G. R. Nor
n_r»; treasurer. G. B. Lockhart; directors. William
E. Clary. W. F. Dalrell. J. F Dunham. C. D. Hoag
land and R. R Slzer. The election will be held
on Tuesday. April 25.
AMERICAN CAK AND FOUNDRY— A director
Of the American Car and Foundry company says
that the company booked a larger volume of busi
ness in the first three months of. ISiC thua la any
Trust Companies. |
Executor
Chartered 1822.
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William St. New York.
Capital - - $1,000,000.
Undivided Profits, - 7,000,000.*
Administrator
PAYS 3% INTEREST.
C« DAILY BALANCES, SUBJECT TO
ChlCk. PAYABiE IN V V FIAOS
Morristown Trust Co»
MORRISTOWN. N. J.
SAMIEL FKBEMAN. Preakleat
Capital, Surplus A Profits over 52.100.000
LEPOSITS OVtR 7.000,000
DIRECTORS:
Samuel Freeman. O. G. Frelinghuysea.
Charles F. Cutler. George O Haven.
Wlilsrd W. Cutler. U. Wlllla James.
Frederic Cromwell O. H. Kahn.
Aurelius B. Hull. Welter G. Oakman.
Gust a v E. Kissel. Her.ry F. Tay!o:\
L.uther Kountse. Thoe. W. Cauldwell.
Richard A. M<?Curd>. Louis A. Thebaud.
H. McK. TwombJy. John W. OaSttSa
Junti A. Webb. «
Guaranty Trust Co.
OF NEW YORK,
MUTUAL LVC BUIU ING.
Capital, 52.000.000. Surplus, $5,000,000
JOHN W. CASTLES. President.
other three months in the history of the company.
The outlook was never so bright as at the present
time. Thare Is no uncertainty regarding business
at present.
CANADIAN PACIFIC'S BIG EARNIN*G3.-Earn
ings of the Canadian Pacific for the last week in
March show a gain of 5208.000, making for the month
a total gain of $604,000. and from July 1 a gain of
$3,-02,000.
MONEY UT CIRCULATION.
Money In circulation on April 1 compares as fol
lows:
April 1. 1000. Uarch 1. 1905. April 1. 1904.
Gold ooln 5A44.726.645 5045.731.720 (650.924.71 a
Gold ctfs 472,316^319 452.556.51!> +46. 349.
Stand aUv. dollars 73.831.773 T4.32&.719 74.709.151
Stiver cUs 462.434X567 4«*l.7»il,Xtf» *56.062,tC.i
Subsidiary stiver. 99.756.170 100.214.555 90.0H7.792
Treaa notes. 1000 10.047.779 10.253 14.314.#7 d
U. ST notee 332.044.573 332.«1».3»3 341.407.579
Nat. bank notes.. 468.31i>.»60 4_.05*i.704 424.793.348
Totals *2,558.1»2.&h3 $2.5&).«14.712 12.516.639.223
Circulation decreased during March J1.<521.729, but
for the twelve months ended March 31 it increased
$42,253,780. The circulation per capita on April l
was $30 86. against $3093 on March 1. 1905; $3087 on
April 1. 1904; $2934 on April 1. 1303; $28 59 on April 1.
1902; $2S_ on April 1. 1901. and $2660 on April 1. 1900.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The market for outside secusitles opened strong
under a fairly good buying demand, and. while the
activity at the start was mainly In a few of the
specialties, as the day advanced animation ex
tended to other parts of the list. Toward the noon
hour the trading became less active, and some
irregularity developed under realising. There were
some sharp upward movements, notwithstanding a
reactionary tendency which developed In the late
afternoon. Northern Securities was fairly active
and fluctuated within a narrow range. Interbor
ough Rapid Transit developed strength, moving up
under good buying 6 per cent, and held the gain.
Standard Oil was up five points. American Light
and Traction common was bid up over 2 per cent.
The Leather stocks were firm. Central Foundry
issues were strong and active, the buying being
based on the excellent prospects of the company.
The common sold up V 4. while the preferred rose 2
per cent. New-Orlaans Railway stocks were
strong, at a slight advance. The copper issues
were less active, and after early firmness eased oft.
Bonds were quiet and somewhat easier in tone.
a
ACTIVE CURB STOCKS.
Shares I 1 Open- I High- | Low- j Last
sold. I I ing. I est. I est. [ sale.
225 iAm Marble ... 6S<*| •6&H; 66H| *i»H
itOO.Am Can | 11 , 11 11 n
2.300 do pref | ««*•, 87H Ss% 67 l .i
200 Am _ »ht &Tr 8O I 9O , S)%i, &>\
2.276 Atchison •*» *7-l« : •% 9»
aOO;Arl»ona 33^1 S3* 33k| 33^*
480 Am Nickel ...... «SJ 24j *2k 2 ; a
700 Am loe 27 1 27^a 27 , 27}»
150 Am Tobacco •SSS ) •2*> 1 «21>5 ! «2UO
900; Am Writ Fapar. 3%, *> •% <>
I.oOo| do pref S2Ui *33 j S3^ 32'-i
110 1 Bethlehem Steal. I 34 . *34Vii 34 ; *^4H
1001 dopref 85 85 s£ BB
270 Brit Col Copper. I 7T», T%\ 7V* ; TVi
801 Col F& I new.. *54V»j &4H 54 "a \ f.44
lOOiCon Rubber Tire II I*,1 *, m II l * 1V»
2JIO Central F'dry.... «* 4*» 4V 43»4 3 »
2JOO do pref 24 | 25T» 24 j 25k
1.500, Chic Subway.... 64 V SB 84%| io
450; & Term 10S 11 lOHI 11
300,Granb>- «*» 6H i 6V» <>■»
auO, Greene Copper.. 2S3* 2t>3». _Vs : _H
2,loo]Green« Gold .... 7H: I\[ 7V> 7H
2.Uoo: Guanajuato 5 o'-» i ■ SV>
100 Havana Eleo ... 16 V l'". a * IK\ 1«\
lOO! Houston Oil pt..j • B « 28
Coo< Int Mer Mar pf. 35Hi 35Va 35k 35>4
4»000, Inter Rap Tran. 206 213 i 2w> 213
650 Maclcay ! 3>T» 4i> , 3UV* Sith,
230 do pref 74 1 74 1 74 74S
600 Man Trena 4«* 4A» 4H 4S
1.887 M& B l%] Ik Ik Ik
9>X> Nor Sec 163 163k 182k 163k
ION V Trana »7V» 7k t 7V» 7k
8751 New Orl new w I •_ 2Sk *2S 2s i,
145 i do pref | «77 77-, «77 j 77k
BBSJOM Tlewauke*.. 1 2k 2k SfcV 2k
B.UOO 1 Perm rights .... k 3-1* k 3-16
600 ! Pope Mfg , 7k 7V 7k 7k
230! do 2d pref.... •_ , 23 \ •_ , 23
30, Seaboard Ist pf. «S3 i 83 , &3 : *<J
lOOISo Elb Ld (new) 14 I 14 14 14
TOO 9 C At O) 4k 4V» 3\ 3\
104 Standard OU | ««24*. BBJT I 624 827
800 Tennessee , 29 I 30 „ _%
lt»>;Tliit»o I 10k! 10k 10k 10k
1.247|r B Ijeath w 1., 4«>^ii *i>i\ »4*i ; 4.; :
4.200 do pref f 101 1 lul 100 lt«v
5.2U) United Copper... 14k 14\| 13k 13k
200 i do pref | 63kl «3\. BSlej «a^
92» Total sales. *Od<i lots.
BONOS.
I I Open- I High- | Low- | Last
Fries. I I ir.g. j <>st. ! est. j sale.
JIO.OOOIAra Wrtt P 53.. | 87 I 87 I st 87~^
3.ono|«Atch 4a w i. ... 103 103 li<3 103
4.OO0: Am Mart-ie 55... »BS fak| «3k ; V»H
10.(i0l>! Col Ind 5a Sec A 76k 7Ski 7«kl 7O 1 *
1.00O|«In Pa nssc wl] 91k '..I'.. »lki 91 1,
lOjoOOiMo Pao 5s wi. 95k 95k Wk J«k
10 tXW;»N Or Ry n 4ks| X M 92 92
7.(M> S.mi Elb L*nd sa ; 3S l , | 3Hk I 3Hk 88K
J»,«4K»Stan Mill 5e.... Mk| 81k Kirn »i£
170.000 *l S L."r Bs w i M tt.x | M% 'it \
lOJMOJU L«-«d deb 55.. , M)kl M»k i SO I .*! BMj
$244..* Totaj sales. «SeU "and lnte:»>*t."'
FOREIGN BONDS.
T~ 1 Open- I High- 1 Low- 1 Last
Sales. I [ Ing. jest. ■ eSt. | est. | sale.
£52000 Jap n4k£3 wl| 9t»»il 00k! n.k J 'Wi
I.OOU, do Ist tnst pd| .°»', premium.
{63.000 Total. i 7T
CLOSING CURB QUOTATIONS.
(Furnished by William E. Nichols * Co . -No 13 Wan-et.J
Bid. Asked. ! Qij i.ir.j
Am Can 10 •» llkJHav Tob com... ai 33 '
do pvef 66 * 67 I ■'"■ pref 351 4,,
Am Ice See.... 2«k •£* Int Mer Marine. I.IH 14
<io deba 77 78 rfo pref 33 35^
Am Tob w 1....2H" . — Ir.t RT . 213k '1W
Aril Oon M.... «H 33k L. 4 Taylor pf. .. 101 loa
Uay State Gas. k k Maokay 3i>k 3»k
Beth BCo 34 34k! do r r*f .74 74 2
dopref »3 SS i— * B Cons . . 11-16 is
Bordens C M..14* IW Manhat Transit. 4k 4?
Jo pref »mi 114k H y Trans . 7k 7k
Brit Col Copper .k .S N.^rth Securities. 1«2 « IRa
•>nt Fdry .*,' *£ North iMcinc ITS _
do pref »k 25%»:0t1s _« v com... 4S 54
Compressed Air. r» k I <it» prer... li«> i.-,,
Con Itefrlg »i T IPh-nix Mining... «i »
Douglas C0p.... 6k 7k Roy B P com.. 142 U0
Electric lioat... 37 TO j a ..... „..io» ill
do pret 7. B_ Seaboard \i, L... ja 1:.
El L X c0m.... k k d^ pref '. 3s s.Sk
.to pref k Ik Stand Con Cop.. Ik Ik
Electric VeMcle 12 IS Standard Oil . 6-7 «-s
do pral • ■ M -* • Term <Vpp*r „ x\
Great North pf 25* MU l>i ;n »-opr*r . k k
Gold Hi:i <:op.. ■. ,«^ji^' trd c 'Wer.-- l-i"» Uk
Greene Con Cop 2Sk .^\ W X Cop new wt IS l\
do Con uold. . 7** T^l uo gin w 1 «k ji
XUckea M«_.. 12 1» * '•*•* ** *
Trust Companies.
Guardian
Manhattan Trust Co.
HALL ST.. cor. V%*S.4l'. NEW YOU.
Capital. Surplus & Undivided Profits*
$3.000.
OFFICE) t_ :
JOHN I. WATERBURY, President.
JOHX KEAN, 1 Vice-
AMOS TUCK FRESCH,;
W. X. Dnaae, 3d Yicc-Pre». and Treos.
Th* Manhattan Trust Company receives lepoette
bearing interest and subject to cheque, p*raMe
through the >«w York t'leai ins Ilotw*.
DIBECTOES-^
Francis B. Appletoa John Kean
Robert Bacon Daniel S. Lamont
George F. Baker Clarence H. Mackay
Angust Belmont Oliver H. Payne
H. W. Cannon £. D. Randolph
R. J. Cross Grant B. Schley
Rndnlph Ellis James 0. Sheldon
Amos T. French John I. Waterbuxy
James J. Hill R. T. Wilson
TREpiHTARIF
-TiajST COMPANY
OF NEWYORK
Capital. 5.000.000 16 Naasa* 3tr««(.
Horpliw. (d.UOO.COO Bauitabl* Buildtns
INACTIVE STOCKS.
(Furnl?he4 by William E. NlcioU a Co.. No. IS WaU-et.>
BM Aalced.l r.:i Aakad.
Am Bask Note. 7() 77 Inter Power pf. .luu —
Am Brass 113 US Inter Sale 23 -J*
Am Chicle IM 130 do Sa «S 7»
do pref 94 &S Iron Staamboa:. . 1\» 2
Am La Fr ECO 17 — Jan*way But pf.llo 113
<t o pref 48 — J B Stetson.... —Ks —
Am Marble <C 4 6S-.a do pr«T 133 ISO
do 6a P-:s* &3 >» Lan* 3£0c0t79«.. 15 XI
Am Press Asso. 95 105 j Maine S 3 17 2S
Am Sett Purnlt. 2 7 Mergenthaler ...18S 202
do 6s m 72 Mcx SUvar 65... 40 42
Am Soda 2 4 N* Y& N J Tel-JBT 170
do Is: pref... 65 75 Old Dominion.. UlS 125
do 2d pref... S 14 P Beas &L. 8... «3 72
Am Thread pf..- 4 4 4H Pope ilaauf . 714 •
Am T>p«{dr»'.. 86 V» 4O Co Ist pr»f.... 74 Ta
do pwJ.. »7 101 do 2d prer.... 23 24>
lAm Writ P pf. 32H 32% Pratt & Whit pf. »7% 103
do 5s 86% 87 Procter * Gam.. SSO S9O
Auto H«at pf... 88 92 do pr«r 20* U0
Celluloid 120 123 Railway Auto... S «
Cen Fireworks. 1* 20 do praf 10 IS
do pref 70 75 Safety CHIa U2SO —
Cheaebrough ...440 4SO Securities Co 4a. M <3
CRRTrEI 4s 45 52 aimp-Craw C 0... — 28
Con Rub Tlra 4a 17 IS Singer Mf« Co.. .«25 975
Cot OU F v- ■ 2 3^» Stand Coupler... 20 28
Den UWOpf «0 — Stand Mill Cb.._ » 1O
do 6s I'UH — £■> praf «.. »7?4 4O
E»j!*rn S 3S 4.1 <o b S> 83
Empire Steel... « 0 Swift A C0.. -~.10» 112
do pref 40 60 Trenton P0t..... 13£ 2O
Gorham pref 120 — do pref........ 90 * 91
Hall Signal *W 94 do ctfa .-. 7O 73
H B Claflln 1(» — Trow Directory.. 70 7«
do Ist pref... M BS»* Un Typewriter . » 95
do 2d pref.. .loO — do Ist pref 115 117*4
Herr-Hall-M .. % 1H do 2d pr«f...OlS II?
do Ist pref... Ti'-ra 2S V 3 Envelope... IS*» —
do "i pref... 1 3 do pref 81 9T
Inter Elevating. S3 65 | Worth paa» pf.121 123
i
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid. Asked. I Asked.
Bklyn r ■tocJc.. 3Vs 4li NT«HI'CSi.IO7 U0
Hot Fer Ist 5 100 110 j 19&235F 1m;Bs 91 94
do stock 9S 102 iTJr of X YAB «t SO 32
JJ T&B R P Stic 70 75 ' NTS.N'Jlßceiti> 8?
do Ist mt* 8a 75 83 i
STREET HATT.WAYS.
STOCKS AND BONOS.
(Furnished by J. Thomas Reinhardt. No. IS WaU-et.>
Bid. Asked. 1 Bid. Asked.
Atl Ava Ist 103H lOSVa Jam & Bkln isCluß —
do ren 113 -» IIS J City H * Pat 7S*4 T»
Atl CEI Ist—.. 75 — K!n«;s Co Li. .. 90 95
,50. gen 37^» — Kan CEI 85 90
Bl St & F F*... 31 34 Kan City Gr «e.ll>» 120
Bdway & 7 Aye.239 242 Kan City Met.. .J"O 101
Bklyn City 23d 242 Kan City con... 99 100*4
Elkvn Hts l»t.lO3 107 Lex A4P F 15t.117% —
Bkln B4 VT E.lOl 103 I.ottl» St c0n.... — 114
Bklyn B T gea.lo7 108H Lor Sk Cl Ist... 10t> 102
Bklyn City B...108V» 110 U*»la City Ry...108 10»
Bkln Un El 15t.113 114-* Loula St con 113 114}%
Bkln Ctown lst.lol 104 Louis St 2d..~...104 10T
Bkln C & N Is* 112 11« Met Elev Ist 10ft 10»
Biker S&F Fex 94 97 Man&at Ei coa>.lo2 104
Bwy &7 A 15t.107 110 Minn St con 108 —
do 2d 104 l'> 7 Minn St 2d 100 105
BwaySurflst.loß 111 Mark St Cab!*.. .l2? MO
Bridsept Tr Ist. 108 111 Mark 9t C con. .113 122 "
Buf Ctown lst.HOVi U3 N«w>^>r Ry S'-i 4
Buf & N F 15t.107 109 do pref. ._.... 14 M
Buf l3t con 111% 113H|Na3 El Ist 110 113
Buf Ry deb 104 104\!Nor Hud Co Ry.llO —
Buf XF2d.. — lis2 i do 1914 114 —
Central Ct0wn.. 325 350 Xor Jersey St... 80V4 81
CPN & B R.2IW 203 NO City & L...111 113
Chris &10 Sts.lSd IS7 N O City Ist 100* 101%
Coney I i 8k1n. 340 3<5 NO City gen... 110 111
do Ist 4s M Xl Xew-Or Ry 81 82^
ConsTrof.VJ. 81% 82% Oakland Tr 115 120
C&9 Ay 1 * 53.117 120 jP.OO.ISt con 103 lli>
Chris & 10 St ci 9.1 »7 IRoch St 21 103% 10*
Capital Trac 105 ll'» (Ktchmd Tr Ut..100 105
Clt (Def> con.. V9\ l'.)O«4|S4«ond Aye ~..20T 212
Col St con l«ii>'- llOr»!S!xth Ay« 174 178
Col Ctown 107 — I Sea Beach Ist.. 82% MM
Con Tr of X J.110'4 111 ISecond Aye con.lll 114
Ctty 4 S (\V).li>ii-» 109 do Ist 102% 104
Cent Pase 100 103 do deb 103 10*
Clave El con lot ti>3 So Boulevard Ist. 10S
Cl C Cable lst.lol 1"3 So Ferry Ist.. 105 108
Cl A Ober Ist. .102 107 Scraa Ry c0n.... »rt 99%
Cl * Chi F Ist. 100 101 H St Paul CaMe...llo 112
Cl P 4 E Ut.. 85 105 Stelnway <L.IC).U;SVi 120
do deb — 85 Syracuse) R T...107 111
nn & Ham Ist. loo 105 23d Street 390 410
DD & E R.<cails 125 2H 4 29 St lst.lU> 113
do Ist 110 — 23.1 St Ry ext.. 93 9»
do scrip 90% 101 i Third Aye Ist.. 12.1
Deny Trans 105 107 , 34th 5 Ctown lst.llo 115
Deny Metropol.H* 110 IToledoßT 73 81
D*nv Con Tram 99 % 101 H Union Ry 15t... 108% 111
do pur 100 102 UT of Troy 1 60.109 —
Eighth Ava SSO ■*•«> 'In El Co of N J 77% T7!i
E rieve Ist 100 102 V R*B (Bal) Ist 90 91
42 S MA9 N* Ay 3O %T0 do tnc 44% 45%
42 St & Grd Ry.395 405 t*n Trao (Pttts).HO 113
t^ult St Ist 9T 100 Wash Ry 4 El.. 34% 35
42 SAG S F ex.104 106% io pref.. 92% «4
Grd Kap St Ry rv.\ «1 do 4s 89*fc 90*
do pref *5 9O XVeetch El 15t. . .108 107
Grd St 4 N Ist. lOO 104 Tonkers Ry 15t.106% 10»
Ind St sen 89 •9O -.
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Qllbert. Xo. 3 T7a!!-st)
I Dividend. I
Name. Capital when • 815. Asksd.
pay&bla. |
I Alliance Realty.. $3,000.000[ * Quar. J. 1W 12!» .
Alliance Realty. . ; J3.irt>i'.K> rt Quar. J. I IIS I 19
Amer Surety Co. . 2.50O.0OO! 8 Quar. J. f ISS 195
Banker- 1.0n0.000 -: Quar. J. 475 I —
Bd ,t Mtg Gr Cli. 2.0tH).0«> 1O Quar. J. : 410 420
Bowling Green... 2.500. 0H0' «J. 4J. ; 213 220
Broadway 700.000| «M. 4 N". j IP3 175
Brooklyn t.OOi>.ooo 18 Quar. J. 420 450
iVntral I.OOO.tKWJ 80 Quar. J. 2.215 —
fen R F»1 St rCo 1.000.000 l:'J. i J. f 655 7»>
Century Rlty Co. 1.000.000 lt> .r .t j. Ita 175
City t.000.000 HF. 4A. 370 S!»n
City Investing Co 3.W)O.WX>| 102 10«
Cotootal I 1,000.000' 10 J. A J. S&i 835
Commonwealth ..I 500.000! 100 ln>
Equltaba 5.000,000, 10 J. 4 X>. 640 «•>
Empire Triist Co. 500.000; •.* I . —
Farmers' LA T. 1.000.000j 40 Quar. F. 1.470 1.490
Fifth Aye Tr Co. 1.000.001i| 12 Quar. J. 875 1 590
Flatbush 200.0001 «.i 4 J. 190 »»
tYankitn I 1.000.000! 12 Quar. J. 330 —
Guaranty Tr C 0 . .! 2.ol>i>.ilin»| 2t> Quar. J. «9tt 705
Guardian . . a 50O.00O! 2C5 —
Hamilton "■■< ■ ••»• 10 Quar. T. CO —
Hudson Realty...! 1,000. 000! a J. 4 J. 110 —
Inter Bkg Corp. . 3.0U0.000 1M 170
KIr.KS County I 500.000! 12 Qu.-ir. T. 450 —
Knukt-r! -. ...I 1.000.0U0l 84 J AJ. OSrt —
Lawyer*' M I Co. 2..VX>.00»>: 1 Quar. J. IS7 ' 199
Lawyers" T & Ins 3..VX>,O«»>: IO Quar. T S2« 332
Lincoln I 000.000' B0» M 0
Lm-K Isl L & T. .' touu.ow>! 1O Quar. J. 390 305
Manhattan ' l.OOO.OOO; 10 J. A J. I 4»> MB
Mercantlte . 2.00O.00O; 30 Quar. J. I 9'JO —
Merchants" . . 500.000 : . 1 100 —
Metropolitan 2.0C0.0U0! 1« J. « J. «4O MB
Morton 2.C0O.0O0! 2O Quar. J. 900 923
Mutual 300.000! _ 135 135
Mutual Alliance.. F.00.1W *05 215
KaSSM 500.00O 1 6r. 4 A. 2«5 2Z3
Xafl Surety Co.. 500.000 1 10 F. A A. ISS
NTI. In i Tr.. 1.000. ooo : 40 j. 4 I> ro«a> tMO
N V Mtg & Sec.. I.o»X».ort>: «J. A j. 17-* 177
N V Tr Co I HM»t«9O 2» Quar. J 71S
North .Am Tr Co. I 2.00t>.000| H» J. 4 J 295 B<tt.
I'eopl^ I 1.000.000 l 12 Mthly J. 330 545
R<>»? Estat* T Crtj 50O.00Q! 1O J. A J 825 '
H-.iity Assx-Utes 3.0<)0.00«ti SA. A O lt» 1«3
Standard T I.oi».tMk>! 1O J 4 J BVO 410
Title Gr ATr O 4.375. W« 1« Q uar . j 6m> «75
TJtl* ICoof N V! l.wfcl.MUO. 6 A A O I*s 205
Trust Co of Am. . I l.«Xn>.«n>t> t4 Quar. J I 815 030
Union } l.o»x>.t>t>oi ,v> Quar J 11410
United Stat<-« 1 ZO»».iif*>! 50 j j, J HMB 11990
V S Casualty } .W».00Oj 1 " IWI I' —
I' SM * T C 0 . .. I T.W*\ rtix>! 2O J. A J Bli> HO
v. n s^JLn !.°r fflEI 6 Jii> »
:::::! »2».e«Oi is Qu. r j ; tS eflO
W*BT4MC. j* B -**'*! SJ.JI ! 1«T7% 1 ITS
v.v '. * B i«r"*i rm
"•lUlamsburg 1 700.000' 8 Quar J ' I 23ft ' 240
Windsor I 1.000.0U01 „ \ £ , ||
Trust*

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