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We Own and Offer
Term Notes \4y 2 %t05^%
First Mortgage Long | 4<?^. to 51,^0^
Term Railroad Bonds |
Electric Railroad _. e^ to 6^
' Long Term Bonds ' >
Equipment Bond* J4=.%'tos^6
Municipal Bonds |4% to 4\+%
Particulars on Application
Send for Circular So. 623
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
ESTABLISHED 1««*
Cubital $" OfiO.ono :<S»«M«Pt.. - N»w T«rk
sSrpl^.ls.r.W-^C 33 Lombard St.. E. '" London
Stocks & Bonds
Stock Exchange Securities
con b? feoufcKt en the
PERIODICAL PAYMENT PLAN
end poid for by convenient in««lWnt«
AVOIDING MARGIN CAULS
S«~l for toll p«r<te-ul«r»
CARLISLE «c CO.
BANKERS «. BROKERS
74 Broad w«v. Ne-YorU.
WANTED
_S l^V^tnOS AI R «I VKB COMMON
100 BAB< «» X * WII.OOX
FOB SALE
50 MF.KIItF.N <JAS IJGHT
1% iizsn is T%.F.<. BAB Ar B OF >. _.
FREDERIC H. HATCH
30 Broad Street. New York.
TeJepbone C 320 Broad.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FRED'K F. KARQUAND
llember of Con»ol!_ate<J Stock Exchante of »• T.
Jeie. SOSO Broad. 25-37 BROAD ST.
Write for my opinion en the Stock .'__rk#t.
BATTERY PARK NATIONAL BANK,
BOWERY BANK
MUTUAL BANK.
NATIONAL COPPER BANK.
DEALT IN.
CLINTON GILBERT
2 WALL ST.. H. V. CITY.
MARGIN ACCOUNTS
Carried in
MUmI M. c mar
&.
I Topper SJSSIcS 7
Eutte Coalition f.oldfle W Cot*
Manhattan Tran*. <irw ' n f- C i n I *,? f !;
Cumberland-Ely Superior *«<«"•
INKQIAII.EP EXEdTION OF ORDERS
On . -.-• you »ill be kept informed en new J*
rtlopmentß In above or in other Curb Stocks.
J. THOMAS REINHARDT,
19 B o^r^r- 38 Broad St., N.Y.
Office* Overlooking the Curb.
COMPLETE REPORT? OF PALES.
Dividend Notices.
Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad Company
l'refrrrrd M<» U Ilivldrnd No. 24.
Ita regular quarterly divi<Je n i of ONE ill PER CENT
lias »•'-■ declared, payable June 1. I£h">*. to stockholder.
*>' record May i* Sm r a lehr
' recora Jaß} F . A . L.EHR, Treasurer.
MINE" COMPANY OF AMERICA
HI !,-_--.£• New York. Ma:- SOU-. 10 *
„ a meeting of __( Board of I>lrectors of the MINKS
COMPANY OF AMERICA, held this day. a monthly dlvi
deaC of two it rat was declar«-d for the last »ix months
of th<? year 1906, payaWe on the _wth day of each month
to ttockholcers of record at th' close of business on the
.... Transfer books 10 b* closei at 3P. M on the IMa
day of each month and reopened at io A. M on the 2hth.
J. D. TOOKER. P«cretar>-.
IOWA CENTRAL RAILWAY CO.
Coupons due June 1. r.'^V from First Hortsace 5 r*?
cent, bonds of this company ■will be paid on aM after
that .■.'' upon presentation at the nlHce of The Mercan
tile Truei Company. 120 Broadway. New Torlt City.
F. 11. I>AVIS, Treasurer.
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
Bid. Asked.] Bi<L Aalccd.
Alb 4- Boaq 21<t — ,'.r»'r, .US 117
A I- a. Vermont. <"> 7" | Hart A Conn IV. 30 —
All-ph & '..-• 132 14" 111 Cent L Line.. N !>5
Am "' & Cable «0 7" Joliet & Chic 150 160
*.% _ CA Un 14--. NO I. S N RR & C.123 —
A..? i Eax 1"» 11° iLa & Mo Riv r>f.J6O 170
Aver. G & Mt M •">•*> — ttle Miami 2<>r. 215
Ee«ch Creek.... 67 S3 ..o»«r _ And.. .230 —
B'-ks'hire 135 — liahon Coal r-f.-- 100 110
B:«*cV S&FF. 10 -■ Mine H & S H..U«I —
Boet/t Albany-- 202 3"7 Morris & Ea_-!_ 179 l«r.
P.firt & bowell.'.SOQ — Na^h A Decatur.l7s IS3
Bott &: Troy. . . IB 2!V) | Nashua £• Low. .240 —
Bwiv & 7th Ay.loo 130 iX V _ Harlem.. 3ls 825
Brooklyn City. .<--. l»0 jNYL. 4" W. 116 120
Cam & F r. R..140 — , Ninth A" 150 —
Ca'a-. I?: r' It* — I North Carolina... 140 150
d. 2d at* 4 HO — NKR of N H..150 —
Cavuca & Bu»q.l«0 200 !NRR of N J. . . 70 50
C P N v E r; I'*' l -?-° j North Tvnn . _.""0 —
Cliaf<*e« & G 100 MS j Northwest Tel... t>o 100
Ch & E 111 tre.HS !_."• JNor & War r...195 205
dr, pref. MO 116 • . •:— . Mil • m '""
Cht*. &■ Km ci ii" _«• Old CMony ii 6*6 * 186
Ov<> & PtCtC.. i«S 170 Osneeo & Sm_..»s 215
Ccl «.- Xenia . .2f»» — Pic & At Tel... 73 62
r - V.-.ion M- 1*» -- j pat & Hud Riv..l«o —
Ccrscord A.- Mi-n.1.-.O — i rat 4- Ramapo. - .19) —
Cone & Port* ...I!** — 1 Pe^ria & P Vy.lfiO IVI
C 4- Paa_ r* lS ft l 0 I Thll & Trenton.. 24o —
Corn R:ver 2*9 — . Pitts B 4- L. E.. « 70
r>'-! & M Rrk.l'o — ! So r r<-. 120 136
I>et Bnit i- 9.. c <? — I Pitts Ft W & C.l« 1«8
Kw J'enn 13S 145 ... special .WO 1«3
raf Mahal 4N — •' »cX 4- V..120 12«
n.Fhth Avenu-.. 300 — Prov & W0re... 250 —
Elm ftTTUllaxn. -- »4 Rer.r.s 4 «r_ 1.0 I*.">
d-> rref HO — Rorh 4- On v y lio —
E:l« & ;..;, ■-.-- 230 -|RW 4- 0 114 118
3>if & PitTF 140 14. I Second Avenue.. .10» —
Fit rh its pref 130 12." j Sixth /.venae 1™ 130
Ft W4-1 If 130 137% South 4- At Tel.. M —
4"(J ft &- G St F. — »>0 I __sOtli-c»»t P. R 104 Ins
J-'rankHa- Tel . 45 — Twenty-third St. .3=5 —
C<-,l<! ft Stk T»l. M V* \\ SIR P4- C.241 244
G R X * T> C 0.222. 222 234 i I'tica '"tin & 8.. tA .5
. A- T»ec.. 40 - --.-a A Blk Riv l«0 —
I-antf River Vy. 110 — I Itlca C& S \y.l^B 144
BANK STOCKS.
<P.«r«rte.a by Clinton Gilbert, Ha. 2 Will etreet.)
Bi(s. askc« . 1 Bid. A?k»d.
A-enca S f -"> 325 Lttertf 435 465
>m EKchasa« 2- 1 " £2-> Lincoln 475 H»
a.. - - . ManhmaTi ( 0 2^l 290
B-or.x CT-.uch 300 — Market a Ful.. 24.> —
Estt^ryTark.. ll* i-" Metropolis, 3.-' —
lic-R-e'v 32-> S3*' Merhanirs" . 230 —
Btridi «■' Dror ;-. ;'..-. Mercantile . 140 —
{:' i» 1 v»»' 200 210 Metropolitan ... 162 lfi?
Co^«Udlt^.~ m l» M^.h.nt,; . t»3V 157*
Ostury 170 l<«r. Merchant*' Ex. ICS 1.0
Ct-'as* "M — I Mount Morris . . 220 233
Ctathi-n >:'- 3"74 312>, Mutual ■•■•■ 32 —
Ch'ir.ka] 4f>c 4io Kat Copi>*r lOS 210
OtOn, Nat 1£ ~ % •.. • . i rland 2<v> 220
; . " NVNH A. . 2JM 290
Sr.:::: -„.. - »«miiw4: 600 _
Cduwhta 4<v. >.. NWU.I»y... - R25
fflSS^ffi S^j^Sr-..^.:: I
I^ejjtv l«» J«V Park 40. 41a
v-jr»t Vatiinal *"-<0 — r*<r.le a 3*") —
X . „.. •£-!: 3... ---v. PhMiii 140 143
I"'Tth jliveaae 37M sm Plaza »«s —
Kouitji ; Nat... IK« - noduce E.ch.. 140 143
Oall.'ln ■ 315 I Seaboard . ■■::■: 340 JU)
/j,,f,M 31T. «Se«.-ond 3.'0 —
- Onnan-Affi": IS 1324 «ierma« .... 13S -
O*rman K*ch. 4•• MO State •■ ••. ;- ■• •• »» ~
Orrmaola . 600 — Twelfth Ward.. — 3"<J
OrJ-enwlrh ... ,-., — T»»nty-thlrd IV IM —
li*noxrr 4.." tRS I! ■I'.n Kx<"hanre 1... —
Imps Tra4 - 530 f-*> uhlnKton Ht. » -
„..,,.: vat Fx 173 IM> W«rt Side -ViO —
I^rre.ioa .. : 170 ISO irstttVffla ■ . 400 423
■Wsar itoclt.
COBALT PRICES IN TORONTO.
rrurnithid and correxK-d daily by Fiemart 4 Lockwoed.
.No. 43 ]•;». r.uz.ft Place >
Bid. >.tk~<i I Pii >fk»"l
HuCAlo *1 '•<■' 12 50 i New T'inirtimfi +0 *0 42
<J.ib«lt Cent.. , 23* SO'tl NipiftiJ'ff 6»7 a 7 I"'-*
f<po«3t Lake.. ' |4I 1* i Nova Scotl*.V. 2* 30
«"onl«jr« <;• KM | I'Mf rfin !-ake. IS I" 1
« rowr. F.~erv* *: "■" j H'^3 R-rfk IS 1«
fv«t«r 00 <■■? Sliver Uc«f M l.
«.'"r a«(!«s 12 M Silver Qu»en.. 11l IIS
K»rr Laid 3»«« 2f» .Trethtmey . 75
Uttie Nipl« • . 30 Xi I «tv 40 60
ii KiAier-XM*- 7 3 V» I
STOCKS ADVANCE AFTER EARLY LOSSES
.^r^'^g^tßTpi.. i ___.
~V, jAllls-Chalmeni Co » ..W^v 23^ & 24 $*>■ +1 Louisville & Nashville IW 10« KM% «%
♦>> ♦«. !A]li_..«'halmers Co. Pr : 22*4 J3% aw» g-« $* 64 30,, - % Mackay Co *»V» £.* £74 M^ 64 66,,
42,725 ♦% •Amalgamated Copper \W «* 6.^ «>» w,« „ m _v, Mackay Co. pr...... irv 137>4 136 Vi 13^/4 137 | 13J>*
100 Am. Agr. Chem j J»fc Jf* J» tl?t l ? iS£f ISJ {q TOO -*» Manhattan Elevated Uf* W..4 16 » 16 l£» IS^
m -VI 'American Beet Sugar 19 » If* "J^ S» 55 ! 100 -hi Mexican Central |6| }• I }*, 6% _ _
Ml -»» American Can prT "% ffiW o<^ Mfc °* » im -a* Mexican Central ctfs tJf^l m ill i 111 I•* 1B U
Ut» * H Am. car & Foundry »£«. KM 3?Wj 3h 36 »* i 200 M.. S. P. &S. St. M 1U '1» *» »H 26', 26%
300 - % Am. Cotton Oil »> 130 30 3 2, 3,* w» 4.200 -'i Mo.. Kan. & Texas ?^_ t ? *.» Bft r* » 61.
100 -1, Am. Hide & Leather. | 3Vj 3Va 3. 3;. »W ..^ _ Mo _ Kan. & Texas. pr g« 09,4 -jg»: M M
_:.:•* *i§ American Ie« Sec £?♦ _f. 71,. IS_ 2* 4 gu, 28,550 -5 Missouri Pacific ,Vi, w ! m 112 110 120
2.510 i-% 'American Locomotive I <«, 4S^ <'?♦ 48% 48 pi -*.™ __ .Nashville & Chattanooga 112% 112£ 1" and S_ti w
M _ American Malt pr 31 |31i 31 31 130 &. -J .National Biscuit Ml W? Ml *.^ 66 .^ -.
lUM ! ♦»» 'American SmHtitiK '- 1 * "V 4A: * ! «^S2 '* t1.50 ♦ % 'National Lead •;■— w';,-' " «< 60 5« "50 60 . «0«4
. M , ♦%_ 'American Smeltin B pr LSffl-S. •«& llm lS 100 +1 ' National R. R. of Mexico pr... £0 60 00 » « -j
-aoo -American Sugar g» }£_M 127% -,* 127% ilk «• -% . New house M. * B JH .V* ' 6fP4 Ml ,
100 _1, Am. Tel. & Tel 117% IK* 117% «•?» ; * *»g" 1.500 -4* W. T. Air Brake 67£ • 67\ »^j 102^* 103
100 American Tobacco pr ; W » * an 22 - U ;New York Central... *«> w 3S', &% 38 40
600 -» •American Woollen 21- 21J.. 30 » -« -- - ]Ort _1, X. V., Chic. & St. L «*U «■» ,?« 'i 134 133W
ion + _._, .American Woollen pr ; 8..; Djfl 87V.. g% W »,-* I(K> _ , i N . y .. X. H. & H «v w Is ' £ M 39
4.300 +i^ plSpil p a *»» a goij p ! 2.«i00 - % fesSMassg llll: l l,, 44; a &
_.SOO -« Atc-daon )m t 80-H -»f»l »•■ »*: Wk X Norfolk * Western -» £° i g 4 j ra
100 ,1 Atlantic Coast Line ;88 mi ™£ *-s, $ || ' 300 + £ Northern Pacirtc- i !?2{? ■ J^* llsMo I m 13 i^
400 .1 Atlantic Coast Une 88 88 I S.Va M, » I j,^ + % | N orthern Paclfl.- J«% }»* JfflM»S,n W« -»%
3.600 .4 »4 Baltimore & Ohio I 87M_ : K% gg| |j» SIJ« 85 ! +»4 'Northern Pacific ctfs ' al«a l« *! 12 *■ 78 78 '78 ! 80
jro _.„ Baltimore & Ohio pr | M,_ 84«_ M» W4 M » - mo , fl » pacific Coast ,8 78 ;78 ■! Wi 2&^a
J __* -Batopilas Mlnlns rl l 4 X V I i 700 z 1 Sgiil ffmm 1« I
100 -*; Bethlehem Steel pr...... 40» 4 40-% 40;% 40% « « _Vi Pennsylvania^ Railroad Ht&^itjJl M 90»i w2
32.410 -2 Brooklyn Rapi.l Transit 49 49s 46% 4,.« 4.£ « . _ pcQ Gag & ,_. 91^ 91% 31 £
3.400 +i a Canada Pacific ■•■■*£,■ a?li?a ?li? l?; l oi 23% %t 32-3 -% Pressed Steel Car.. 27 ,27 Z7 27
BSO —i. Central Leather ; 2f* «S_*LS :.4 Z3,* i2H i<W -Railway Steel Spring 3o |36 to |86 no ill 1 *
100 i-2 Central of New Jersey j ISO , ISO , 180 ISO, 1.0 1^ .| r _5. Reading !' ' | "i,, 10 -** %, 1 I {g'*
12.6&> + H Chesapeake & Ohio «■ 43% 42* 43% 43b g* I '^ __" .Republic Iron & Steel 17% l'tt )£* &v 67# 68
40V - 5 Chicago & Alton -. f* »% Wfc |>% 20 21 i.w« .Republic Iron & Steel pr 67* 67% f\ gi «g «
p zi |g^^^ § ||f 1§ 1 1 i^^« ii I iii
I.X). _lU>Chlc. M. & St. P. ctfs. pr.... 141 141 141 141 141% 14- & g w pr 3^14 gt, 34% 34^ 3|H W
l.^». - g Chicago & Northwestern lolH loiv, I^-, 10l lot 102 «a _ sloss . sheff st eei & Iron o0 50 49T, 49% « «£
101 _l, j-Chioago Union Trac. stpd 3% 3^s 3. 8 .J.e i% w +? Southern Pacific 83 «% 81 4 «^ iig m
M -1 C. C, C. & St. L : 56% 56% 56 iob "Va sbV_i «.^ _a * southern Pacific pr 118% 118> 118% 118% 118 1«
4.400 -% Colorado Fuel & Iron . 26% i>TU 25% 2b'» 26% g *« , +1? Southern Railroad 16% Jpfc jlfl Jf* 16% 16^
m■ _ 4 Colorado & Southern 30% 31% 30% U3l : 31., i >g w ;_ , * Southern Railroad pr ,44 , « 44 44 44 *« *
S Col. & Southern Ist pr... 59% 59% o9^| ;^« » g 7(l0 ,_ ,' .Tennessee Copper j 3b.; 37»*! 3b% 3.v 4 3,^1 gg
«no _% Col. & Hocking Coal & 1r0n.... 20% 31 20% 20 ? .0% .1 ; nm •_% Texas & Pacific ; 23% 23^ 22% 23 22% 4
2.500 — T Consolidated Gas ',1 PIS- lU* -6 * ' i 18 : »i — Texas & Pacific Ld. Tr ! » .W I » . bO ; gj 60
• 700 _14 corn Products Ref 16% .^Vs 15% f 1 I°* ™ g^ , _ U Third Avenue Railroad I 33>i 33". 32' 2 33 ; 32% 33%
20,, _% Corn Products Ref. Pr 69% 69% MM 69% *>9 70% «W +,* Toledo Railways & Light I 9', 9* 9T4 9% -9.4 10. ■»
MO +1 Comstock Tunnel -36 1-36 .36 i .3b I - .-„, ! : --\ Tol., S.t. L. & West, pr 44 | 44V* 44 44V 4 43 44
600 -Z Delaware & Hudson...'. H^l-MS^ }%£ «k T? 4 26^ 200 — - 'Union Bag & Paper 0% \ Z S^*'M ,£* .^* .^
50j _ % Denver & Rio Grande 23% \24fo X\s ~i% g 175 fo Union Pacific ex. div. 2% P - c. 140> , 140T, 138f» 140 im*l¥>.%
Ji -1 Denver & Rio Grande pr 64j 64 »» |- 63 M M»-«J ; _ 1?; L - ion Pac i t ic pr *• »|]_JB2 S3
1.500 - % i-Distilling % .Securities o3 4? 4 33% 33% 34% 34% -^ _s * Unlted Ry. Investment pr 40 ; i 40% 40 40^ . 38% 40
IS i _i*te£___^""bt"::vr.:-: »!»'' » g_^g_! SS 1~5& I: R^riVt-pV.v.v::.v;::.:: & M|| 23 Al g
, n ?. 1 1 Sit Xorthern fe- ctfs:::::: : 12<-2 f|| I*'^; - 1 -' V ™j* J no-na r^ ii' I: l^l-pr::::::::::::::::::::: 3rt' 4 Sf)4 4l 30% 3h'/5 3*-',. gg
: _:.rii^ a t x^her^W ctfs | | ■» » g% g«. >^ . z^il-; I Ileel- P r:::: i§| mU^m> S
S - 1 ?; -Hnokingr Valk-y ctfs » W 134^1^13! 135% U» — *l'tah Copper :::::::::::::::::::: » ■« 2 f\ & |% «
_oo +' 4 'Illinois Central ..•.-•;. LI J 4 4 4 _ _ 300 +'. Va.-Car. Chem ;-3 : 23-/ 22 23. 22Vi -4
4 ,,0 . Illinois Central rights , 4 4 4 4 I _ ab_i.«h 12 12 « 12 22 l *. 12 1-%
2^50 mterborough-Metropo lan ..... 12% 12 4 11% 12 1 J *, 1- v , __g Wa ba«h pr „.. 24 .: 24% 23% .M : 23% 23%
JQO.. + % Interborough-Metropolitan pr., 32 4 32% 31J» ••- 31^ 3S3 S -o^ n Western Union Telegraph 57% 58 ... M 57% SI
Ti«. I•% International Paper 10% 11% 10% 11% 10% 11% -^ _, Westinghouse Mfg isl; oi 49 « 48 ;.^
go * International Paper pr ;E6-.gl £j M 05% 56% i.«^ _ 2 ' - estlnghousc M fg. Ist pr ;71, 71 70 ... 70 ;,1
.IN _i 4i 4 international Pump -- * 22% "j »-. 22% o^ |_ a 4 wheeling &I, fc. Ist pr ,1.,1,J16.15 ,I,| 16
ii«i +X lowa < City & Southern !22 1 -3%1 -2 * | .3% 23% 23 4 1 ; . ; .
»TQ 4^ X Kansas City & Southern _J2 -j\ -2 ■_ 23 M, 1 23\' . _
' Tola! y £ »— , period in 19 07. ■■••■ .
I -Unlisted tfimaUlote. _. -=
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCKS IRREGULAR.
Final Prices Show Strength After
Severe Losses— Further Gold
Exports.
Stock market values moved in an irregular
manner throughout the five hours of trading
with small net gains in the greater numb of
active issues at the close. There were periods
of pronounced weakness. in the course **"£<*
declines of from 2 to 6 points were recorded
but at the low levels enough support developed
to induce covering by the shorts, who still dis
played extreme caution in their dealings, despite
Si generally accepted theory that th, inside
interests In the bull campaign no longer were
in a position to shape the movement of prices .ln
the direction of a sustained advance. There
were some indications that certain large specu
lators had sold their stocks at recent high quo
tations, and that speculation had ceased to he
an affair of a few resourceful capitalists was
reflected in the quick changes recorded on botn
sides of the account; also in the unwillingness
of the trading element to follow advances after
the settlement of their short contracts. Traders
would n't make extensive commitments on the
short side. but. on the other hand, they showed
no leaning toward the bull side of speculation.
In its general characteristics the day's market
indicated to many observers a speculative situ
ation not uncommon after the culmination of a
violent advance and the resultant reaction, and
I it was not considered unlikely that price move
ments in the immediate future would tend
toward narrow fluctuations with gradual con
traction in the volume of business, barring. Of
1 course the development of news that might
j have a most important bearing on the actual
i worth of securities.
In the active list the only Issues that failed
to enjoy substantial Improvement after periods
I>f seven depression were Brooklyn Rapid Tran
sit and Missouri Pa.-iflc, the last named suffering
a maximum loss of 6* and a net loss of B points
on selling for both accounts. Accompanying the
decline in this stock were rumors intimating
-hn possibility Of unfavorable financial develop
ments in the affairs of the Gould properties.
though there was no official confirmation of
these reports. Wall Street, however, did not
bother itself with the real position of the Oould
companies, n^r did it pay much attention to the
actual course <<f outside news, which lncludjed
factors both favorable and unfavorable as affect-
Ing the country's business situation. The stock
market's recent ad\anc*» discounted everything
favorable in Industrial conditions, otherwise
more consideration might now be given to the
splendid outlook for the crops and the rapid
change for the better that is taking place in
the iron trad<- Bond bouses reported a good
demand for mortgage issues Offerings of well
secured bonds fiixl immediate buyers, and, of
cours*. this is one of the most reassuring signs
of the return of confidence among investors,
who a few months ago preferred to hold their
funds in the bank.- rather than have them* in
anything Wai! Street had to sell.
Further heavy engagements of gold for export
were made yesterday, bringing the total on the
current movement to more than 127,000,000. In
dications in the foreign eyhanee market sug
geflted the probability of additional shipments
in the course of the next fortnight, but bankers
•were not alarmed over the prospects, as they
recognized that the flow of th< metal to Europe
was in response to international monetary con
ditions at a time when this country could well
spare the gold, though, of course, they were
not particularly p]<>as<»d with th<=- heavy return
of American securities from Europe which for
pome time has been a far-tor in keeping ex
change against New York. Foreigners who
bought American stocks when the- were selling
at lower quotations than those now reported
have been taking advantatrr of the recent ap
pre< iation in -.allies here to realize profits, while
ther^ also has been some liquidation <«f a forced
character as a result of financial disturbance m
Germany Money is much higher in Berlin
than It is in New York, and much of the gold
that Is leaving these shores doubtless eventually
will go to the <Jprman capital, but so far the
movement has been in great part for tlif- direct
account of Paris, where active efforts are being
made to Increase the gold supply of the Bank
of France, which already reports enormous hold
ings- Paris experts to be called upon in the
fail to finance large Russian loans, and evidently
Paris bankers are preparing to help both Berlin
and St Petersburg;. Money matters here are
moving along lines that foreshadow higher rates
for funds, but some of the Washington lawmak
ers do not show Intimate acquaintance with tlio
Fituati'»Ti when they announce that unless they
pass their so-called financial emergency meas
ure another panic will develop this Call. Bankers
who at this time last year saw the :-i"nii com
ing see nothing In current conditions that war
rants the expectation Of a similar visitation.
E STOCKS.
[ & Co.. No. 7 Wai; str^t.)
I IM. Asked.
! Cotton Dock. . .'. :.'•_
I do lni-vmef . . _.'l __".
, N..if Ky A- !_ B_. !*. 01
, Light & 1' pref.. — .<>
i do 44» — v,
i 'ha? i )'•. Ry .'>► 100 |0i
■ i.a< Con !:!»• .> 87 £►»
! rent Trust 140 170
Union Trutt M —
Third Nat Bank 112 130
Fidelity * l-i> !-■> j-;>
i Maryland Trust.. 30 £-.">
I .Nor Ctni Ky . ... — fcm|
BALTIMOR
(Furnished by Van Bchaidi
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do ■«!■ ■ - BMi M ,
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do ini-omes . 14>j l«i i
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do Ist r;*f -•• ♦" i
do :m pref ii 1 * i*
do «' MM l * •',-•
do 10} ear «b. S7' 5 M
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(Jo «>> 104 10*>*
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1908.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1908.
BOND MARKET SALES.
7000 Japanese 445... 8S 1 20000 lot-Met 4',« <"*'»
SOOO do 2d 87** i 5OIX) lot Paper bs. • • I<J.
2-JOOO do 88 ! 2000 lowa Cent Ret 4s. 75%
1000 _o is::::::::::i s :::::::::: 6T-* ; ™ l-a.-ka Bteel Ba^.- «Hi
20000 do 4s 79 i 1000 1_ 3 & M >o I^ h
lOSO t :::::::::::: 33 4000 S". ii-iwi:::::: 92 *
,%000 do 7941 2000 do . ....... "
6000 Rep of Cuba 59..103.45 9 ..103.4 4<><>O L& N I nif 4aj ; - > :
17&CI0 Va fis P^fd Ctfs. 3S . 1000 do AX * C «■• »
8000 N V C 4-? 1957.109 ! 1(«V» Man Con 4s ----.;^^
11000 ioCtft I"* I*'1 *' l'««' Met Kiev Ist .. !•_>-•■*
10000 do MH I WX) M St By <•"" _■• 78 »
5000 do 108% 11000 Mcx Cent Con to. £._>S
25000 do 108% 34000 do »j*
8006 do 1017 Ctfa...104 130000 do .-•• WJ
1000 Adams Ex «8.... Sb'j.lOuoO do Ist Inc ctf "- }A, -
3000 do 68% 10000 do 2d mc ..... lbi,
41KX» do 8814 100" Mo K& B I"--- 1 "' .
6000 Am Ice Sec 6--.. G£»-» 2000 Mo X & T Ist 4s. «■*
I(KK> do 70 $000 do <•• «* '
1000 Am Tobacco 6b. .MS ISOOO do •' , *
1000 do 105»i 500 do 2d M»
(000 do 4s 71% 10000 do S _• 4--.P...- ?!
27fMVi do 71* 80000 Mo Pa? 4s "*
7<«<Hi do 7114 MOOO do i}]}
2000 Ann Ar Ist 45... So>.i M™ d* i, I,*1 ,*
SOd) A T& ? F Gen MOW dr. . ...... . <»-»
4, . . »«■>« i 1000 S V C Deb 1034.. 93*
3000 do ". -97 1 -! >o ' > . do Gen 34? ■■■ ••" J. ,*
20300 do •88 I "000 do ••"••••"^ ■*' *
lliOi-Mf do Convt 45... !»2'i 10000 do I- S Col •"'■_«
8000 do . 01"* Re >? •■••••••; 80
1000 do '•'2 1 2 1000 X V Air B Convt
1000 do Convt fia..-102% «a •'!,*
5000 A t Coast 4s 83 3000 do .•-••-•• ■■■ M *
500 BA O Gold 4s .»8 10000 X YG&E I- H
3000 do Prior 3-->s.. 92H1 & r 45... ... -•- a*
87000 Bkln Rap Tr 4.«. 73Vs! 5000 X V N H *■ H
37000 do 73 I Deb t>s 1-VS
33000 do 72% 500 do ;■ •••};£
4f(fN» do "2% 4*loo do Ctfs Ist pd.l-j
133000 do "-"? Koto do •-_«■.■ V,, 1 '*
2000 B& S I P*b ft«. 95 3000 S-V O& W R^f
5000 HI Hi B of G 4? •"»*
Col f.s m tWO do
1000 Cof Ga Con T.5..104H 6000 do ■■-•■•■.■ £r*
Wit do Ist Inc Stpd 71 1 s<>o Norf A- VI (on 4s 9..
lonoo do 2d Inc 47 ! 1000 do P. • & C js.Mljj
sOf>o Cent Leather ."s. 04' i 4Oofi Nor Pac Prior 45.101 V,
I i<v*. C& O Con T. 5..112 200<Vt do •-••••• im%
lint do Gen 4i,s. ..lOi", r.ooo (1 P L Gtd Ref 4s. OP*
•>.umi d.. .....100% .rioin». r ioin» Pa- Const I" 85.1W%
1000 do r & A Ist 2000 Perm Convt 3'js.. »
con 4s 97 : 8000 do ... M«
4 ,vmi CS-EI G?n :>s.lliy 3000 do . -, •*■'
2000 do 112 j 1800 do 3V4s 1918 •»! «%
1000 Chic & N "VV Deb . 3000 do "•• ;'* , 7,' *
100f> 10oVfi_O00 do Con 4s Ctfs.lnl
l«»ofin (- H *.• QJt 48 SMrSi 1K«|VIO do "">
H_-«i do i* ll - 3 1000 do 100H
4<100.-1 do. «♦>'« £»M»Oil do . . ._ I"":*
82000 do 9«»*i 2000 pLof X V 4V4s.^|s«
inl<»io do Gen 4s Ctfs 97*. ftOOO Beading Gen 45.. !>s ,
I<««vi do 97), 1<">o do "W4
100000 do 07% fioi<o do Jo?
08000 do 97*. 5000 RI * Stl Col 58. • 9.-.%
57000 do 07'» : 1000 Rio G W Ist o<>
l<VifiO c 1 & I. Rff 65.12 T. i 6000 St L I Mt A- 30,^.,.
MOO do 124'.j : Gen 6s 107%
17000 CRI A- P Gen | 3000 do Ref 4s^.. .9
4s . . . W> ! 1000 do Riv A- G 4s. 834
4^lo do Kef 4« 87% 3000 do 5.88%
,',.Wt do RR 4s ... *•■'«, 17000 St LA- S F Rcf
40(1(1 do r '« 40 '3
lOWO do Cl Tr 5* . . 71 l _ 5000 ft Louis Swn Ist
sociO do 71 I 4«. sIOF. 88
10110 C Pt P M A O 2000 do Con 4m.. «»%
Re 12«H 170011 So Par 1-i R^f 4s »1%
C(Y\Ci Col &■ So Ist 4S. 86% 20041 Pouth Ry Ist 5*.~100
10000 do Ref A- Ext I lf>O<> TAsof St L 4'_s.l".. J
4' s . 794 3000 Tex & Pa- Ist 55. 110%
1 000 Col I nd 5s R2 I 10«-> do 110%
4<W> do «I\] 27"ViO Union Pai Ist te.101%
10000 do .....61 11000 do 10 1 ,
2--iono Con Gas pro 6.-.1-4 i 500 i» do Convt 4s P 01 !
r,(w«-) do 12.'. 29imio do 9°'»
30i«0 do 12SH SOOOO do 90 1 *
3000 do 125% 91000 1" PR A- Imp ">s. «1
4.V>f> DA- R G Con 4s 92 ', I<VKV> do *°
1000 D!st Sec Cor ss. 73 !>onO 1" S Fteel S F ss. M%
I<i(K. ET V & G Con J».VIOO do 9*.
l«t r.s ins lfiooo d 1 9.v»
! IWIO Erie Convt 4s A. RP-. r>O<l do Rep 9<Ui
i->o<hi do .. «1 2000 Va Mid On 5a . .I"-'*
lirxiO do " «<» 1000 Wa bash Ist 6s 104' i
7<vh> do <Vn; IfIOOO do 104
; 4nrrt do «oi- ; HOOO do Ref A- Ext 4s 5«
! imo do B ft!". I 10000 do ftft\
' )fHi.vv do 54>ilWOO do M 1 *
I r.OOO Gen F.I Deb ss. .121 3OO<t do 54' i
1 -vino do c.121 ' 14000 do 54*4
! 13000 do . . . . 120 I 4700n do ft."
lOnn Gr Bay Deb B. . 12'- .V>no Wah Pitts T Ist.. 4"!
: ,-yvto do ." 12 .wm do 49
! 5000 Hock V Ist .%s. 102% 15000 do 2d 114
! 12000 int RT X Ctfs..lofti 414 1 4300 ft do sIOF. 11**
j V,fyy) Jo 1001* ; 27000 do 12
j :w>o do c.ion\ ' wi(*o do 12%
15000 in' Met 4i_s «7 2nr<oo do 11 .
, moon do BJ% <WiO do sinF. 12
. 7<w> do «7V 2000 do ll't
! 30.100 do «T'« .Win do II 1 *
; 3f«v> do . **% 17000 vi' Un Convt 4s ASO
I lnooo do 67'i 1 loon Wia Cent Gen 4s. R5
C(vyv> do !! fi" I I 0 "0 do 85*4
I Total sales of bonds, J3.024.000.
GOVERNMENT BONDS. v
The following shows yesterday's eloping quota
tions for government bonds, compared with Tues
day's:
—May 26— —May 27—
BM Asked. Bid. Asked.
V S 2* T'e'.t-tfT^A. 1030 . 10.V* M 4 103»i<glf>4
US. 2v coupon. 1930 ... 103%, 1044 103 104H
U ? to rfglsterfd. 100» . 100** 101 % 100* 101',
V B 3- coupon". IS** 100*» 101 1 * I™*_ 1014
I" p' 3s. email bonds :~. 100*4 — . 100 1, —
V 6 4*. registered. lf»2S 120 121* 120 121
V S. 4s. coupon. 1925....:. 122 — 122 —
Panama Canal 3s. registered. 102 — 102 —
NEW YORK CITY 30NDS.
(Furnished by Ever ft Co., No, 37 Wall street.)
Kate. I Int. Pay. I Maturity. | Bid. I Offer. | Yield.
MVi >«.,, & Nov. I Nov.. 1957 I 1O»H lW'i I 4 o.'.
•4 l i May & Nov. Nov.. 101T 104 lO4H I 401
•4H - Ma- & Nov. May. ISST ion IdVS 1 402
•*>, May & Nov. May. 1917 104 tOMt 3.95 j
•4 . May & Nov. May. It^-T f>974 inf.', 4.00
14 May * Nov. Nov.. ISO OP'i I"C', 4. 00
14 '. May & Nov. 'Nov.. ISS* !>9at, 1001, 400
114 . May Nov. Nov.. 103IJ W>i 7 I 10f" 4 4 or»
•3<4 May & Nov. Nov.. ISM M (•% 4.02
♦ ?,'<.' May A- Nov. May. ]!»%- SO BSH. 4.04
t3>-_' May A Nov. May HIM PR* K^'. 4.«*.
« . May * Nov. Nov.. lltoS 101% I<V_", _
fi May & Nov. Nov.. I'KT9 102* j 103% • —
(5 . May * Nov. Nov.. I'UO lO4'l I »°*% 1 —
•Interchanr-^ble. -{Coupon, ineglstered.
, • .
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, May 27, 4 p. m.— The market for Ameri
can securities was heavy. Last quotations follow:
London N. T. N. Y.
close. erjuiv. close. Charges
S.::::::::::::::^ < o ,'* ** ±,g
Atcblson 81% »g ™ a « 1 *
Canadian Pacific "'•' ! ' t; • iSS £8
st Paul . '-I- 128% 1»% + *»
! Erie ...« 21H -1 -I* — •*
do Ist preferred 40 30 3ft Vj — 'a
Illinois Central 137 ;*; * 134 134\ — *4
Louisville* Nashville... lo74 104 \ 10.% — '4
New York 'Vlltr.li .... io:.'-j 102 V» 1021* — Vi
Pennsylvania «1 '» HO 1 - ]}£'* — ~
Readtns •'•«'♦ I?'H l' ft > — >
Southern PaeMe.... "■•»» k '- >A » 83' i — *
rnJon Paciflc J4SH M-"i 142H %
United Htate« «eel .*37' i 3flH ■ 38H - %
do ferred I 1 1". l'"' 1 * l"0'» - '»
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET. money iii
London. T'/i 1 * p*r cent; open market discount rat»
for short hills. l ;T/l 7 i. per cent: long bill-. i\ per
! cent. Berlin discount rate, 35»3 5 » per cent. Paris
discount rate, 1% per tent. Paris exchange on
I London, !5 francs 124 centimes. Bar Rold. t:~
I 10>i«l- Berlin exchange on London, CO marks 41'-j
] rfwiniss.
FOREIGN BBCURXTIES. — British consols for
money, >>'< »-M per cent; for the account, 87^.
French rente*. 96 francs 1?^, ceaUmf*
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at Il*I 1 *
per cent; highest. I 3 i per cent; lowest, 1.21 .2 P*r cent;
dosing, IVBI\ per cent; last loan, 1% per cent;
ruling rate, 1% per cent. Tim*- money was un
changed. There was a moderate demand, chiefly
for the longer periods, and funds? were obtainable
with some freedom. Rates were 2'^'i/ 2-% per cent
for sixty days, 3 per cent for ninety days. 3'« r*" r
cent for four months, 3V2 P pr cent for five months
and ?,- 2 'iiZ\ per cent for six months. Mercantile
paper was taken In fair amount? by local and
other buyers. Some attractive names were seen.
Rates, 3 '« r 4& per cent for sixty to ninety days'
indorsements, [email protected]?i per cent for choice four to six
months' single names and s<gs!* per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— The foreign exchange
market opened steady, with rates virtually un
changed at 4.57_.-,rg4.&7!5 for cables, 4. 4.8720
for demand sterling and 4.5540'54.?545 for. sixty-day
bills. Short francs were quoted at 5.15%. less 1-61,.
and snort reichsmarks at 95 7-18. plus 1-32. De
mand sterling sold at 4.5720 in the day. but in the
early afternoon the market became a shade easier.
Cables were quoted at [email protected], demand ster
ling at 4.>."1.'> and sixty-day bills at 4.5540?i4.55i3.
the hitter holding firm under the influence of a
further decline in London discounts. Short francs
were 5.15% less 1-32 and short reichsmarks 95 T-H.
There was a fairly active demand for remittance
In the morning, but the inquiry was less In the
afternoon. ■
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty days. Demand.
Sterling 4.86 . 4.5S
Germany, reichsmarks i»4 7 » 95 *i
Paris, francs ,M7'j . fi. U*»
Belgium, francs '. 5.20S . M6 1 .
Switzerland, francs 6.19S - 5. 16 1 *
Holland, Builders . . 4O'/» 40*
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE— Boston. 10c discount:
Chicago, '55c premium; St Louis, ope discount; San
Francisco, sight 10c premium, telegraph. 12*~c pre
mium; New Orleans, commercial' 2.'-t; discount, bank
$1 premium. ■ Cincinnati, 10c premium; Savannah,
buying 3-16 c discount, selling par.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York. exchanges
$279.54f>.030. balances $11,387,550; Chicago exchanges
$35,i3<..i52. balances $5,750, "S3; Baltimore, ex
changes $3,337,565. Jbilances $37?, 363; Boston, ex
! changes 310.301. .balances $1,614,724; Philadel
phia, exchanges $17,720,345, balances $1,428. 575.
SILVER MARKET.— Bar silver, 53c. Mexican
silver dollar*., 47c. Ear silver In London closed at
24 7-16 d; decline, ' d.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 13.60; Lisbon, 13.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE— Mexican exchange on
New York is (juotcd at 2.0'2c.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS -Customs receipts
reported from Washington. $552.470, internal reve
nue receipts. $.'>37.6.">7; miscellaneous receipts. $iSO,_
40rt Receipts for the day. $1.630.034; expenditures.
51.996.000. Re.-eipts for the month to date, $3v
88J.P.8;'. expenditures. $r>o,o4r>.ooo, excess of expendi
ture?, $11,157,611. Receipts for the year to date.
5542,091.i89; expenditures, «605 f 333,712; excess of
expenditures, i 62.802.225.
SI'B-TRKASI RV. -The Sub-Treasury was debt
or to the Clearing House $1,539,349.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE SALES.
i
STOCKS.
hai ;* s ! I Open- I High- ' Low- ( Last "
sold - I I Ing. I est. I eat... | Bale.
8.510 Amal Copprr...?^ t»% I 041,1 62S «4~"
Bo Am Beet Sosar...] IS\ 19 ! ism isu
DO Am Car & Fdjr... 35% 9tM« 3.-.S! 36
20 1 Am Cotton Oil SO I 30 i 30 30
.340: Am Ice > 27*4 1 *: 27\ 2*4
Si!o Am Locomotive.;"; ' 4*'% 4*'^ ! 47H i 4^'i
17,U<».> Am Smelting 72',! T«% 72H 7.T-,
64«|Am Sugar : 127 V ia"s'« 127 '« 12.S
520 Anaconda Copper..] 40S 40N 3f>H 4" 1 *
1.200 At Top * S Fe... J.O' 4 ( w>«j 704 »y...
'jno.Balt & Ohio j P7V 88S JJfiVj **:«
6.l2o|Rklyn Rap Tr ... 45* 1 * 4!>'« i 40 T * 47V
200 Canadian Pacific.. l 156 1.*»4 156 ijfii
tß» Chra & Ohio 43 I 43% 42% 4Vt
an Chi <;t West ...... C, : »%1 «i, 6 a?
8.1«o Chl Mil * St P.. I^>H 131 12*'» i 13T.4
1.620 Col Fuel & Iron.. 27 ■ 27 ! 5 ->«■*
Denver & Rio Gr. US! 24S 23 1 * O 4t,
290! DM Pecurltles 33% 34 ] 331,! 34^
840] Erie 21 * 22'» 21 I 22
40! d 1 Ist rrr-f I 3&% 3I»N ?A% ' -IP 1 *
410 Gt Northern pref. 127-\ 12S i2tj' 4 12S
220 t Inter-Met j 12 12'n lit, 1214
•20 do pref 82'» 32S 3|% n%
40 Iyril? A Nnsh.. 1 li"Hi , 10« | 104 \ 10©
,V> Mexican Central.. i 1«\ 16\ lfi% ■ i«v
110 Mo Kan & Texas. 2»% 2f>\ j 2« 2fiS
4.340 Mo Pacific .■»*« .V.** I 51 '« 52 T »
1.T70 National I^ead.... «7 1 fiS j 6.V» «»\
i»lo|x V Central ■ 102% 102 ' -10l», 102> 4
SOX V <>nt & W... ! 3S'j 3t> : 3s ; 30
2,310] N0r ratine 130% 131N, 120S 131H
fin Pacific Mall ] 25 1 * 98 2XS ] 26
1.020J Pennsylvania .... US', lift 1 , HS«, Uf>H
100 Pressed Steel Car. 27V 27S 27 : 27S
47.1V1| Reading 110\| 111 I 10K T *| 110^
' no R. Steel 17*. 17S ' 17' i 17' i
«O do pref «7'« «7S X~\ «7»»
130 Rock Island 17»« i 17 •* It? 1 * lfi*
UfiO do pref . ... 34' i 34's 34 1 « x 3«%
0,230 Southern Pacific. . S3'»i 83 * f>\\ R."?*»
260 1 Southern ■ Ky I>!S lrt 5*5 * lrt 1 * 1«S
«0 SO pref i 44 i 44% 41 4»%
40iT»-xa!i & Pacific. .. 23\ 2.»\ 23\ 23»»
6(>,4Wi Cnion Pacific •: 14OH 141 '» 13*N 140
HO I" S Rubber '. 24% 2V» 24S : 2.">'»
T.OSO'U S Ste^l B«H] 3«S 3,-. « 3C,>,
]!•<•> do pref. ioo\! inn*, lOO'i ; 100%
SO Wahash IS 12% 12 . 12,'
310 do pref | 24% 24\, 23% 24%
lOWest Union „ I 57% 87% 57% 67.%
I •
1«7,760 Total *ales.
MINING.
Sharesl I Open- I Hl«h- I Lou- I I_ast^
sold. I I Ing. - I »»t. I eat. I sale.
Atlanta ! . l ft I .10 I .10 | .i»
1. -omstock •"•« ! .37 1 .3« .37',
2001 Con Cnl * Vi .">;» ._■ ' .33 ! .33
.V«» I )Umcn<ineld 1.">% .15% .IS 1 , .1.",%
, 1..200 F.lkton 57% .57% .57 , .57
anon Paso :<!» .30 ! .30 | .30
000 GoldflcM Con 5.35 5.3.» 5.25 , ft. a '
80O:GoU Bar 07 .07% .t>7 | .07%
tio'.ineii Daisy... 1.02 1.02 1 >5 ; .Or.
7tK» Kendall 17 .17 | .17 .17
liiki Montgomery Mt... .(»>% .n<s% .(16% '»!'_
' 2:. Ontario 8.57% 5.'»7% 6.<«7W 5.R7%
200 Potpal 11 I -II n : .11
800 Sandstorm I 29 .2» .20 | .20
: MA Silver Pick i 1H j .IS : .13 .15
Tramp. Con I 17%| .17% .17% .17%
1 — — :
I 10>_.% Total sale*. • ■
I V———————
BONDS.
' T" " I Open- ( Hl»rh- I I_nw- I La*t
Sales. I 1 ing. I e»t. I eat. . i ul«.
*■ o !C°met(*;k <»...-•! ' 19 ! 19 I 19 I• 19
Readjustment and Union of
Mexican Central Railway Company, Limited
National Railroad Company of Mexico:
A very largo majority of the securities called for deposit under
the Plan and Agreement of Readjustment and Union, dated
Aoril 6 1908. having been deposited thereunder, notice is hereby
given th-U the Readjustment Me.ne.gers have declared sa-.d P| an
opera-tive.
The opportune is office! to holders' of securities who have not jet deputed tie
Mm under the Plan to make such deposit, with any of the Depo,:tane S tuimM tho^ <
ON OR BEFORE JUNE 6. 1908. after which date no deposits will be received except v
the 'discretion of the Readjustment Manors and on snch terms as they may pre^
nlnosits of securities and stock of Mexican Central Railway ( ompany. Liored.
Deposits of Bec »"^^ UST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. No. M Wall St«r.
i^igPlili Railroad Company of Mexi«> — be ,adc « TH, |
MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY. No. 120 Broadway, New T«k,
Dated. New York, May 28, 190 S. . .
niuM inFR ft CO N SPEYER & CO..
KUHN, LOEB & CO., i__i ig_.rtfm i en
LADENBUR6, THALMANN * CO. HALLGARTEM & CO.,
m BROTHERS, awfll |Sl[f! UI "^ & """*
BERLINER HAMDELS-SESELLSCHAFT.
Readjustment Managers.
M. V. R. Weyant, Secretary, 25 Broad Street, New York City.
__ ._ a i/E-cecutor, Trustee, Guardiaa !
Morton 1 ruST\ inter<:3; ° n d =?^" ;
OnmnSinV Travellers Letters j
bompany > of Credit
38 N n A ew AU yo S r T k REET ( Foreign Draft, 1
WHEAT.
T", i ' I Open- I Hlsh- J Low- j Lajst
Sale., ! j ins. I est. ( est. I sale. •
475. July option I »-"•»' p-^'p -^' ZJ ,
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
actions, total dealings *e™DOt l^^Yf 5 more
through apathy than pr^surP tosA ™~
points. C-k_|> Subway rt-rimM -. JJ^f^
Copper was firmer.
INDUSTRIALS.
poo Mnnhat Bacnr ... 1 I- ..;, *>.
3" » W
• . 1 3ol^^ ald'oa Id'om t ::i i «>* 1 I «»_
RAILROAD.
1 400; Chicago. Subway..; =" ' 20H1 ?> i »■»
MINING.
rr~~«l " [ Open- I High- , Low- , Last
ISd I I ing. I est. [ e»t. ) sale.
' BOOJAteaka Mine, See! £1«1 Tl6 "V* 5 !->**
300 tAtlanU GoldfleW. 1» 1» »
105!Ba!akUla , 1 *.' . 0 * 10 -<,
200, Brit Col mv I 47»4 7 » *» T * -4 *
2<v>Brit Col Cop J£ „*» .^4
. 215 Butte Coalition... 22 * -^ —1 I 1
XO^fco^fc^:: ? j>%' ™ % 5
S^Vc-om^-n^c: - § 5 ?,
Toi> .-urn FTK M.n ::: i » *Si f & : '*
800 Ely Witch I •-M | 5-1R 3-lb, 3-10
I.SOO First Nat C0p.... ; 2% j « - -
3f>O Florence •* * * I ,2
2noltFur Creek C*».. 1- >•, *» >•'
100|Gtroux Mm . 3J» *J» *J» °,*
7 Ono -^'lririoM Con ft 1 - *s ' h s'• lb * _t M
6000 t«o-dn>ld Daisy.- 1 $1 02 5 1 °r, *!», J °*
port Oiew i-an !>*» ■>'■' p^* ,»2
.V>o Greene Gold-Sil.V.- 1 SI" 5 I«! & Ih > &-!►>
278 do pref I l'« l'»j I'♦ 1 ♦
6.sort|tc;reenw Cop Sin... 9 I 0-» » &
2<m! Indian Val Con... I 37»;3 7 »; 3* | ** o3o 3 •
3OO!K-wana» i 3O | SO | 30 j 3'>
King Edward \ *» HI "S : *»
ia-,|Me x Explor a- M..| 7'» 71.7 1 . 7 i .
HOi Miami Cop ! Mil ■»"' 4*. 4**
Ml.>nia<- Mines .. | 3*4 •3'*\ 33 T _ 3 1
500 Mines Co of Am..) 1 IM6 1 IM«] I*l* 1 P-lt)
500iMcKin-Dar i 70 79 j 7!> 70
6W>|Monteom-?hos .. T » J5-l«| 7 n| 15-15
30,r00|Montez of C R...J 5-l<s! 5- M 3IS '•»
IJMO Nev Con Cop ... 12 1 1- j 11** 12
1 2'h> N»v Smelting ... I I 1.!I 1 .! 1 '» 1 | IH
2.sOf»| N>v-ITtah M * S.I 3 IV-lRi 3 &-!•>! 3 7-l«: 3 7-l«
700 NtT>l«!>in(t Mines....! rt 7 * ! 7 j « ! i»! 7
137.% North Butt* Ex. 1 11-1« ! IT*|1 T *| IS ls»l s »
Ohio Cop ! 2% 2S 2% ! '->
400 |OM Hun Mm .. ! «a I '_ 7 \<\ 7-15
3..V«i!renn Wy-m 1 3"i ! 3S ! 37 1 37
1.020 Precious Metals ..! *; | 1 | '« 1
100 silver Queen ! IN: IN 1 l«n| IN
-jsiauwsii | 15-1« I.VK; ■. >
lOlSupcrtor * Pitts..! US IIS UN UN
inn T<-.n Mm of Nev.;7 11 IK 7 11-1"> 7 11-1S 7 11 IS
3 Tramp? Con I 1«HI 17 j l«t | l*? l »
2.400: Tr1-Bulllon .1 is_lt> 1 19 M 1". 1 15-1«
1.200 Tuyia Dcv P r... | 2H| 2** l 2«» 2*»
ITnkii Mines ... j \\ \ \ %
SOO'fnifed Cos j 7 *! »«. *", ; «",
1.200 trnlted Rico .... I 2* I 30 I 27 i 3<>
3.200| Yukon Gold Mln<»« 3%: 3 T »| 3 *; 3\
BONDS.
I ■ I Open- I Hlith- I Low- I Last
BaICS. I' I Ins : asl | est. . sale.
ftOO Am Steel Feun ft» IV> I J»5 | M j fls~~
ft'iOOi'^n 5S 43 rets. lO'jj I"'. I<>'. lt>«,
•2,<VX>T SI, * W c tr 4.- 71 ■« 71*« 71 4 « 71 '»
300.000 Tt.!»-«- »-„ notes.. .l »<>»»! t<^\\ t»s> t j r, s^
•Odd lots. t?ells cnts per share.
IEON TR^DE CONDITIONS.
"The Iron A(te • aajrt
The developments in the pis iron markets have
been followed with the closest attention by the
whole trade, because they illustrate what follows
a sharp decline made to brine out buyers. The
deadlock was broken by a !«>a.ltnK Southern inter
est, which promptly booked a very larpe tonnage,
and was followed by others with similar results'
Their prices were then restored to the $11 ,V> basis
for No. 2 foundry at Birminßham. other Southern
makers advanced their price to S\2. with higher
pries for distant deliveries. In some sections
notably the tidewater markets and New England.
other sellers followed the break later on. the result
belns a decline during the last week, which brings
them clo»er into line with those reached before in
the Central West The result hi- been that a
good deal of additional business baa been closed
in the Central West, and that a comparatively
laree tonnaee has been placed nt tidewater and
In New England, foundry No. 2 veiling In that part
of the country at $16 75.
"The Iron Trade Review" says:
Great activity continue* in the pit; iron market
with an immense volume of inquiry, and m .my
sales of moderate totmajre aKKregating a l.trse
total. Follow the heavy buying of large inter
ests, smaller consumers in large numbers have
coin** Into th- market, and orders have been freely
placed. There is, of courte. some difference of
opinion as 10 whether this buying movement la
Justified by Industrial conditions, and It is unques
tionably true that there la (.onatderabJ* placing of
orders In anticipation of increased business, with
out-positive evidence that aucfei increase will be
realized. In some quarter.-; pessimistic comments
are being made, with the prediction that ilulne.-a
will soon return. On the contrary, there Is sub
stantial evidence from many quarters of Increased
melt, ami there Is a better feeling throughout the
country. Sentiment Is certainly doing Its share,
and may have an Important Influence in averting i
return to conditions wnlch characterized the period
of depression. ~!.v"
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid. A-*- : Bid. .VjW<kJ
Brookhn Ferry. 1 2 SYA £ R Ist 3a M M
A; 5s 25 30 10th A i.,1 >: ;.. —
Hob ¥>r let. Bs.lOO 103 do nd« SO 70
d-> ccn'Bs . . .*» 0- Union Kerry >U it
Nlit ** 70 4» in it TO »9
Bowling Green Trust Co.,
26 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
OFFICERS:
EDWIN GOULD - - - - Preside;
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR - Ist Vice-Presides
CHAS. P. ARMSTRONG - 2d Vice-Presidaa
JOHN A. HILTON - 3d V.-Pres. & Treat
WILLIAM M. LAWS - - - - Secret;^
DIRECTORS:
Charles P. Armstrong, George J. Gcnld.
Frank Brainard, John A. Hilton. ;~
Harry Bronner, Myron T. Herrick. .
Franklin Q. Brown, Edward T. JeJery. _
Robert C. Clowry, Winslow S. Pierce,
Edmund C. Converse. Morton F. Plant,
Win. Nelson Cromwell, Dick S. Ramsay.
P. C. Costello, Frederick B. Scheactj
Grenville M. Dodge, Andrew Squire.
A GoepeL William H. Taylor,
Edwin Gould, John P. TraesdeU.
Frank J. Gould. E. F. C. Young. I
THE TRUST GOMPANY OF IME
37-43 Wall St., No- Tork.
COLONIAL BRANCH: LONDON OFTTC2:
222 Broadway. 95 Greaham St.. Loadeg. ~-
•o^ERBoo
* V TRUST CO. **
35J« FIFTH AYE CORNER 4TH =T
86 B-way. 100 W l."Sth St 3d .%»*•. A 14H-II
TOPICS OF THE STREET
FOREIGN TRADING.— Forrtzn bo^f** ,*"*■
15 >v-> shares in tIM local rnark»t. a.! ?a.ss_ «
London the scwral market wm ttrmw. »g«
materially helped by strength in fTOSOh Arr.erlJ
issues hern* weak ex-options Th« 'wntann »
on American stocks in the fortr.ichtly rtleij
was from r . to 2% per cent, while tlw taffl
loaned at s«i per cent on Stock Exchange acco.
modation for the new a.'connt. Ca!! money «s
easy. It was thought that th- rally in Br ; _
Vowola ft>rOThadow#d a reduction in the Bins:
Enslan.l rate to-day. Berlin discounts ■■"■ i
trifle easier.
SECURITIES LJSTEI>. -Th- foUemiag ?ecu..r."
have been added to the Stock Exchange is
Guaranty Trust Company certifloates for KW'^
New York Central line? equiptn«ii troai of 9
$l..V3.<wn additional 4 per cent r»fundins HJW
bond? of the St. r»uis & San Frar.cisor. £*»*
making total listed SWWWW: W3.OW add.r.oß
fir?t genera! mort^ace 5 per -"' ftfry-y»ar eW
bonds of the Ev^nsvtll* & T-rre Hauf« BaHW
making total listed JS.H6.'W: tt33».6« a.idltl^
eenera! consolidifed mortgae* 4 per c-nt ftonasj
the Lehigh Valley Railroad: WT.OOn.'W +t. P ?r . c -.
corporate stock and SLfIMLMi ass>«-s?Tr.er.r bends s
the rity of New York: $«.?:?.orfl Farmers- Lean !Uj
Trust Company certificate? of deposit for sM»
mortKase bonds of the Interrtaf:ona: « W»
Northern: $.T.<wt.<vo additions* nnifl*d f.ftv-yeir*r
cent bonds of the Loui^vill- & Nashville Rahro*
making total listed $«l36S:«0O: »WftOM «**f2
collateral forty-year 4 per cent gold loan. **»25
of the Missouri Pacific Railway, making tots. Bar-
J33.0C0.fW 1 .
DIVIDENDS DECLARED.— Dlrtderrib 3V *
declared as follows: Child? Company r?sr-:'.ar <;'■»
terly 1* pel cent on the preferred and 1 ! : V' •
on the common, payable June '■■ Mines (.omra
of America recitlar monthly 2 r^r cen* fOT -— *
months period he :r.n!n.K July 1 TrU r!!«S
Gas and Flertrie «'ompHny 1 per '■"" ra>*'
July I. United Bank Note Company regular _<r»
terlv llh per cent on the preferred. r-^>' al<:e Ju "- ,'
TIDEWATER NOTES —It is announced by B*
boobs & Co. and the ErjiiitaMe Trust Company W;
the subscription bonks for the O"««.0nft < P»fJ.
Tidewater notes. whi-;h opened yesterday ir ' fl -"';
at 10 O'clock, wt-re immediately closed, '* »
having been heavily overs'ibf-rrtbed. .
WINDSOR TRUST <V>.\tPANT.-A:« < i»' B«
mont. jr.. and August HecfcacfcW have " el«^
directors of the Win.lsor Trnsl Compiny. to s*
cee,l Aosost Belmont and Andrew Freedmait
ADMITTED TO QUOTATIt >N — The tna*>*
c»'ipts for the Chtcaso Burlington & Qnv.cv «£
era! taortgagt 4 per cent bar* h?er\ aaW^
to quotation in the untipte.l apartment « f
Stock Exchanse. to be traded in flat.
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
The following securities were sold yesterds*
auction at the Exebange Sal— room, by Adrian
Muller A Son:
Py Order of T.-%'c<iirr*
2'i shares i'omm.'ti»<>.ilth Trust it-mrw of'- n
York — ._.
130 "hares t'plte<i >rar«^ Hreet Corpora tb^n pr»^j^,
ferred
Knr Accmtcrt of Who,,) it M. ly coocert
Jl.OOrt InterN->r..u«h RMltv fompany profit *'» > *"m
.lebenture KOtd bond: f -ntr<i. t No i*». P* 1 j;1
therenn. $^»U> \Y
f»» sliarei ladnstrtal Trust tVmpar\. ct Frf*'"
rt-nce. R. I . _. .
W*> (•oriputina Sail COBCpanj i>? Aint-rUa •» S' j;H
cent solil hon.l .*'^"
s<> ■-„■- an.t C«bt« «- onr | .:
6i> shares Aine'rt.an" Wrak*. ' fhw an,i K-un' lr> ' >i
I'ftinpiiny common " J4
|ix> shares .WUr, Mom!! .* »Y.nriu *"" l'"11!vtl '" 11 ! vt " y ; rtlt
$:. om mi i ft Ilat,.n A K.i«tern KaUrnjW f^
ni.Ttßiii;.. .*v per i-»nf K>n>ls: >Jue l'.>;~>. W* 4
poaa March ami <ep«emh*r Viitj3»
tort shares State Itank. New York Citji
».»»h» shares PiH-ahnntas «v>nn>anv; 5o »har»» »•"
Jan.-! Railway t'omp*n> : *T»..^» W.%»!iin<t^-
Cincinnati .* SI !---■; - Rallro^l Ctompam «"
mortKase Nvuls. 1 tin boa, ».<H »'• •■< 1 " f *™
mar- pronto, su^evs. etc. of the «- n *^Tj t <
peake West.-in Rallwav iLllSt
(A.4>i-k> folr>ra<l.» Springs A fripple Creek r'Str"
Railway ceaaottdMad 5 per cent bOOS: aa - jf
J2.oO<'> fOIItBnd E!e< trio r.«nr»ny first tnortsae" » j,
$2.«W» Portland v *al aMWP «
per cent bonds; due Hi ' j
I3.lV*> Ke'eivt iJiht * Railway company 5 per if»
tk>nds; due inca •
;«» shares Brunswick Site Compinv 1
!>.*» shares Oreenwk-h Insurance Company _•■ j
I'M .'hare* t ni.n Tvpewnter Company cntnnvn
a shares l*ml •■! Typenrtter company ikoM fl^f 1^ j.
f erred *
><*. share* H. R. Cla^ln company eemmi>a jf
to abares Carnrgts Trost compaAjr •••*

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