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Henry Clews & Co.,
BAIIBXKIi : . , ..;'
i H. IS. 15. AND 17 BROAD ST.
Momben of vh» N T. Stock Excfianr*
Cheque •ccotuiti. r»c«iv»d and interest palfl o«
t>aiances Orditrs filled for Bond, Hot* and Stock
Issues of
fiOVERMUEIITS-CmES-RAILROADS
ard r "vaac*a mad* the-con. . ■
LETTERS OF CREDIT
ISSUED A.VAM.ABI.E THE WOIIB OTM
FHENTX NATIONAL BANK
BANK OF N. Y. N. B. A. "
MORTGAGE BOND CO.
LAWYERS" MORTGAGE CO.
U. S. MORTGAGE & TRUST CO.
CLIINTTOItf GILBERT
2 WALL ST.
FOR SALE.
i"f Klnjr* «'..nnty Elrrtrlr T icbt * Tower
JfM) Manufa-tarers fonunrrrlal
S» taMnl "State* Exp^^^^
WANTED.
100 B<i«.li Irrminal
100 Royal Bakinc To«drr jireferred
510.000 Oil FltU* of >|.-m.'. 6n 1917
FREDERIC H. HATCH
SO nroad Mr»ft. New York.
■*. .--..-r.e 6320 Broad.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FRED'K F. MARQUAND
-~_____Stember of ConsolJfiated Stock Exrhar.ce of N. T.
rele. SOSO Br«i 25-37 BROAD ST.
Writ© for my opinion on the Stock r*ark<»t.
Stocks & Bonds
Stock Lxchange Securities
car be bou(.St on »he
PERIODICAL PAYMENT PLAN
And paid tor by convenient installment*
AVOOINC MABCJN CA.LLS
.Send for full particulars
CARLISLE ck CO.
BANKERS A. BROKERS
74 Broadway, New York.
| 1?"H!infl!MlaL(to. "-'«*
*Sdake m specialty of providing
i Funds for Tra-Velers
la any part of the wor'd
through carefully selected agents.
I Decriptive booklet on request
CURB STOCKS
ON MARGIN
J. THOMAS REINHARDT,
■„'. -:-^:.r - Broad St., N. Y.
Offic* Overlookinjr the Curb.
COMPLETE REPORTS OF SALES.
FOTEHOLDERS 1 ACTIOX ARGUED.
IBriefs Ordered in Injunction Suit Over
$1,208,000 D.. T. i I. Collateral.
Ju^Ti ■•<-- Blanchard. in the Supreme Court, yester
day ordered counsel t<-> submit briefs next Wednes
<*ay in the argument over the JL3OS.OOO collateral
notes of the Detroit. Toledo & Ironton Railway
Company, which a noteholders' protective com
mittee, headed by Joseph Ramsey, jr.. f=e*ks to
recover. These notes, which are part of an ls?u»
at $«,SOMM In payment of the Ann Arbor Railroad,
■were put iip by Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.. who
headed a syndicate which underwrote the notes.
weH the United States Mortgage and Trust Com
pany as collateral for a loan of SKW.OfO.
nibl loan was turned over by the trust company
to H. B. Hollins & Co. several months apn. and to
«Ha i legal title to the collateral the latter firm
advertised It for Bale Bl auction last Wrdnesday.
The noteholders' committee, however, obtained a
tsavoMX injunction presenting the sale, on the
jrrouTid that the trust company had bs,i<ihl to turn
the .... notes over to the committee.
It was the hearine on this temporary injunction
that came up yesterday. These notes are secured
ly a majority of the stock of the Ann Arbor and
bence carry control of the road, which the note
holders want to separate — ■ the Detroit, Toledo
*: Ironton. which is in th» hands of a receiver.
3!oliins & Co.. who have a large interest in the
latter property, are oppoaed to this action. The
notes in question will, it Is said. Rive a majority
to the sirle which succeeds in obtaining them.
Counsel for the committee stated in court that
if the HoDins firm had got control of the notes
rot a OoUar had passed. J. Russell Boley. counsel
lor Kollir.s & Co.. said that Geotce M. Cuiiunlng.
■who was president of the trust company at the
ÜBK, had made no agreement with the noteholders*
committee, and that the executive committee of
The trust company had never passed on the mat
i -r. i-> added that it was only b scheme to get
jiosstsiion of a majority of the notea.
STATEMENT OF NON-MZMBZR BANKS.
T <-■ weekly statement n* averages of the banks
of New York City. Brooklyn. feraey City. Hoboken
fcnd Staten Island which are not members of the
New York Clearing; House islViii. but srhtch
<Mear throagh oome of the BMoabera. is as follows:
June 29. ("lianp^s.
l^ian? ttscooaU. nveatssenta . . jasc.«BS.4oO in.. $lls.4fiO
Circulation 1.789.200 Inc. P.M»
>;»-• d»rt*i ts 103.3JG.^«» Dec. C37,«»J
ZwposUs with Clearing House
t^txru U.556.000 l>ec.l.i;U.<ioi
lJf3i«its »-lth banka ir«J sru«t
<i«mpar.ie« . . 4.'««'.7i«i Dec 177.200
' I-^Sra! ttniers ao<J banknote* 7.3^4. Inc. 147.M»l
£pmclt S.:WS,SL«J inc. ZZ7.MO
i^i i HTTXiOiw Uec. *■.«:<<■...> k >
liwierAe re<3Uirt-d 35.639.4180 Dec U».«00
Bsapfeai $C.407.7.*>'i Dt-c.J777.HM
AMERICAN SECTTRITIES ABROAD.
London, June 9. 4 p. m.— The market for Ameri
can securities sold off in the early dealings, but
was ntoaei at the close. Last quotations follow:
l/>nJoa N m York N>« Y.irk
i'.'-'- «-quival«nt. doae Changes.
Anaconda f*» 4<iS 41 's — J«
Ate hlt-cn - S3 >4 »- r . M'i — : .
< anA«:ian Pacific .. m% i.V.«-« l.v.fn -?-:•
Ft PmMi 13«i I3)i ÜB* — %
BHc is«> -■'•• 1!«S — *
»3o ■;-.:•■• i. . . . % : s •'.■» -i -'>4 \ —'*
.Jliinoi* Central 131 l-7 : 1284 —I
lAiuis.-lilf & N'ashrtUe.lo7 i"4'« I<M% — '.
N.-v York Central 105 I«2U KCji —: .
runin.innli n% l»% i-"- — *»
IU-tu!ir iK 57 111 ins — %
f-.mthem I'acinc s, . US* Vi*. — '»
tnion PacJSc 147*. i44-« 144 1 , — '••
V ft St-el OBH •''"*»• 3 '"'- — "*
do j.r«!crr«><l lO.'. ,* 1<C"; l"- : -» — H
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET. -Call money In
Ixjndon. Ifr'. 1 ; p<-r nert; opr-n market dis<-ount rate
3or shorl 1411s, 1 5-Wfjl*4 peroeat; long bills. 1 5-16
«i I3«I 3 « J>er cent. Berlin discount rate. 3U p«-r cent.
I'aris dls< omt rate. l :i i -jmt <-«-nt. I\iris ex< bang*
on London. 25 francs 12'.~ e<_ntii:ies. Bar gold. 77s
30 3 ~d B«Tlin exchange on London, -'" marks 23
pfennigs.
FOREIGN BBCUBITTES .— British consols for
xnoiK.y. S7 la-lC per cent; lor the aoeount, S7 15-16.
Kreiich rcin>s, '.< i liiincs Vy oentfmea.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following SBSWI yesterday's closing BjUOta
tions for government bonds, compared with Satur
day's:
— Jjno 27. - - — June 2J». —
Bid. Asked. Hid. A*ked.
r\ S. aj roistered. Om 104 Krt J'H 1«5
f. S. 2i coupon. 1030 . K'44 T..V, l'"4'» —
V. .- Ss'. registered. IS.IS . 100 '<M 1 * l'">'i 101 -2
V. S. 3e. c<>upon. Kh . 1""\ 101 '.i 10tt«, 101
VS. Fir.all bones ■ I<ki'-5 — "'- —
V. F 4* r»Kisi«-red. U2O. 121'* 122 I2H, 122';
V S. 4s. coupon. VJ2.I . Ill"; U'3 1--'* 12.'i*
Panama Se, mMMI K'3 _— 103 —
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Hi.i. Af^<>*.! Bid. Afked.
4Hs. May. 57, i.:'»'; 3' r s. No. . .V,. I. <*:♦ v.«'j
4Ue. Nov., •:,'. ilo-', l«i>«, 3V«. May. '54. r. >-'J P»4
•»'t* May '17. ! l«H-» Isil'ija'-s, M»y. ■.".■!. r. t-*^ »■»'»
4i' Me •'•:. i I"- l'*>K\ •".-. Now.. '<!>•. I.1<>1». Ml',
«> N<v.. M r. W, -«» T .|";v. -Vov.. •*». r.li'2'k l<«'i
■*»; Nov.. "<!i. r. i»y-. •••»•"•, *o--. .n\i., '10. r.lVi% io» r %
* — ,L, L -*i jj t.»er<rd.
STOCK PRICES REACH A BETTER LEVEL
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-MONDAY, JUNT. 29, 1908.
Shares , Vet t ' ~~ ~~ 1 Actual Sales . I Closlnir Shares I Net I lOpenitllßn* LoVFln'l IBM 1 1
te'/ch^e/ --V^^^ ™ C \T Loulsviile & Na,hv,,le &~m TfglfT^ 9
nv ♦ H lAllis-Chalmers C0.... 10-. ? 11 10!» 11 »■* L 3^j + % Mexican Central ctfs W l^W Ja^fc }°* J* g*
COO + H Ullis-Chalmers Co. pr. 34 { 34% 34 34% 34^ igk Minneapolis* St. Ix)uis 27 27 *„ g £ y jfg
21.350 41 'Amalgamated Copper 6o j 66% 65 ,60% 66^6 *»* *g * M St. P. &S.S. M 108% 10S% 10R^ lg% 108 *
200 -i» American Can 4>4 4>4 4U, 4'^ <Vj _ Missouri.' Kansas & Texas 2.',i 27'^ 27U 27U «<*
•s =i American Ire Securities :Bg t 2^'y H% 1 Wfc sII saSasas^^ 1« 1 -J* it |*
I : ij-KSS feSSrapgi .Sii: iJ Ml* 1 1 |2? Sli l£i >i::::::::::: 1 SJ» li| fc
«) 41 American Slalt pr JH4 «- ; Sf ?;„ 3= ??,. . !J5 jr« S|J. {.JfJ- gnt i VesKrn J9V4 £* g» «* S> S'*
a 1 g 111^:;::=::: |||}|| I i |B| |f 1| 111
llMlllltl^B 11111
|s^ 111111 1 1 iimiiasi 1 1 i| 1 1
:siiilKsc*S£?*j2 M•» Ja - - sTi te5S: SS'*:::::::::::::::: m5 «S mffl »J «
s is -= bssq sssiil j& ,sj % .|, | g g , M'^feMiSpifl |J I, J || 1 g i
S i» BSffi ®SiEE U S3 i £ i: i fi -8^&n»««::::::::3 "H «-f ** T 1 "•
10ft . -II 1 * international Pump ;•>*» o"B| °* r? ! SJ? - w -* I .' I I J 1 ■
400 -1 Iriternatlonal Pump pr 1 '.'-V >< ■ '° «' " i <b I "'- ■ ! : ~ "
»Unllfted. ; '
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCK VALVES HIGHER.
Prices Advance on Light Day's
Trading — Rates Easy.
Stock market values were weak in the. early
dealings, but subsequently became strong under
the influence of covering operations and moder
ate support from some of the larger houses, the
transactions of the latter, however, not being
heavy enough to indicate a disposition on the
part of the substantial Interests to assume an
active stand on the bull side of speculation, as
far as extensive manipulation for higher quota
tions was concerned. Though these interests
are committed to the bull account, holding ex
tensive blocks of stocks for future profits on
the long side of the market, they evidently are
not yet ready to begin aggressive operations for
a rise. They realize that the time is not ripe
for such a movement, but they are confident
prices eventually will go to a level well above
that now current. Activity was confined to a
few shares, notably the Harriman group. Amal
gamated Copper, American Smelting. Reading
and United States Steel common, the advance
In the issues, however, failing to attract any
public following, despite the rumor that the
"millionaire pool" was operating for a material
movement in Union and Southern Pacific. Some
importance was attached to the dealings in
Southern Pacific because of buying by a house
that has been identified with the private invest
ment business of the Standard. Oil leaders.
Floor traders, in many instances, sold rather
freely in the last hour without affect'ng prices,
and the general character of the market «=\:g
gested a further rally on the theory of rein
vestment buying following the July disburse
ments. Investors will find good opportunities
for the investment of surplus funds in the bond
market. Among the low priced shares moder
ate purchases of Chesapeake & Ohio and New
York. Ontario. & Western were N reported, the
buying of the latter apparently coming from
interests who for several weeks have been ab
sorbing the stock. This issue is a 2 per cent
dividend paying security, yielding about 5 per
cent on the investment, and. compared with
Chesapeake & Ohio and many other shares, it
is selling at a price that is too cheap and which
does not measure its merits. Chesapeake &
Ohio, in which a bull pool recently operated, is
selling at about the same level as Ontario &
Western, while it pays 1 per cent less In divi
dends. There are many instances of this sort
in the present market which at some time will
encourage a process of readjustment. Money
rates were easy here and slightly firmer abroad.
Berlin discounts were fractionally higher, and
a small amount of gold was engaged at this
point for shipment to Berlin to-day.
Railroad earnings in th« first half of the cur
rent year have made extremely poor exhibits
as compared with the record breaking figures
of the corresponding period in l!>07, but it gen
erally is believed in railroad circles that results
In the second half will show improvement,
though, of course, it is not thought likely traffic
receipts will anywhere near approach the re
turns of the same time a year ago. Many rail
roads have reduced their dividends from the
level that great prosperity warranted last year
and further adjustments to a lower basis will
be made, but fortunately the decline in the
volume of traffic has not been extensive enough
to cut off dividends entirely, except in a few
cases where conditions have been unusually ad
verse, as. for instance, Missouri Pacific, which
has suffered from the effects of business de
pression and faultß on the part of the manage
ment of the property. Though there has been a
tremendous falling off in. the earnings of the
Pennsylvania in the last six months, the com
pany has earned in that time a little above the
semi-annual .5 per cent rate, and as this com
pany's business covers a territory in,, which
about every lino of trade it- represented, its
ability to earn at the rate of «1 per cent on its
large amount of outstanding stock is an en
couraging indication that, despite the general
reaction in the country's industries, business
has by no means reached the stage that fore
shadows widespread bankruptcy. People who
take the trouble to read the signs of the times
lind many reasons for the belief that the worst
period in the current wave of depression -Is a
thing of the past, and those who are willinc to
place their faith in the probability of big crops
and the election of Mr. Taft will find ample ar
gument for optimism over th<- future. There is
iioiu- of that dangerous uneasiness in financial
quarters that tends to induce liquidation of
securities, and operatora who are working on
the theory that current business conditions,
which ar<- due to factors of other days, ulti
mately will drive holders of securities into
liquidation will make a big mistake if they
back their opinion with their money. One of
the best features «>f the current situation is the
confident sentiment over the future found In
Investment and business circles. Confidence is
a. mighty strong dement underlying prosperity.
Advke. to sell stocks at thi.s Juncture ought to
bf- liken as an Invitation to buy good iss.ue.-i on
an declines. ,
CONSOLIDATED STOCK EXCHANGE.
Kotwithatandinc the extreme heat bustneas on
the ('■■iisoii.ut.'.j Stock Exchange yesterday was
Calrl) active, although most of the trading was
confined to »hf- prof owl floor operators. Astda
from Che opening, which was rather heavy, the
tone <*' U«e market throughout the entire session
was strong, partly in response to Saturday's e.v
.<■-.!.-lit bank statement, but more particularly on
a beli«-f that thf nomination of Mr. Bryan pmc
tlcally is assured, and that therefore th!s mears
the eW«:tion at Mr Taft.
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS.
Baa Br.ard iir<f 4 {Nntlona] nistult S3
Chlca«u s.j» -a> 1!« I do iir«?f«-rr*ij „ .. 11-i'*
I 'cmuiou Kiii»«n. W J<juak»r <>ai» pref . r»7'»
Chi'^go Tel>phon» 103'4 , Sir'ri. Stable Car 2v'i
• 'hi' ago Ky» Brti«» 2.. 42 I Ac, jireferred I>7\
I/AinwaU Match 13U I Swtrt tt 0> i'X>^
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. JUNE 30. 1908.
BOND MARKET SALES.
IIK.IO N V S 4s Kcts..lO«f*i 1000 Ken Cent 4s 04
l.'W-iu S V C 4^s Il)o7 I 5000 K Co Kl 4s BtpO. bu*
New 10S»g| 1000 Lac Gas Ist &5...10-'4
1<X») uj lost»l 1000 do ll ' I
l*,».tK> ilo 10SUU7000L S & M So 4s
louo dj 11)1 ; New..l"4'-j; 1931 *'-. .
loov) Aaajnß lix 41.... bS I 1000 do »-J*
IWO Alb 4: wus.l o'js. \h> i 2*>ooo do <J-™
Hmo Am Jl & L 65... ti)4l 5000 do Deb 4s .•■*
7300U Am T4iT Convt I 20l»0 do 34s ■>!
4s S4',ai 10C»0 do "1H
120000 do Wrtfcl 1000 M of N J Ist 65.. 1"
lyoOO do »*\\ 5000 Mo K& T Ist 4s. Ui
14000 Am Tobacco «*. .105 | 1000 do Ext 5s IJWi
14000 do 1051* 1000 do S F 44s i\
16000 do 105 | 3000 Mo Pac 4s '_"**.
1000 do Reg lOs\| 1000 do -••• '1.
li0«n) do 45.. ISRfc 501H) SY C Deb 1934.. 934
2000 do "2Vsi 12000 do L S Col 345. *>**
11 i0l» do 1 2O01H) do Reg "04
lUIOO do 72V»j 1000 NYC& Bt L 4s. 100
15500 A T & S F Gen j 1000 N Y Air B Convt
4s 9S 6s SBU
25000 do «T^i MOO N Y N H & H
5000 do 07"« I Convt 34s ' i6 *S
3000 do Ccnvt 45... J)OV» 90>-K> N & W Con 45.. 944
4<H.K) do 90 i 6000 Xcr Pac Gen 35.. iIH
I!HKX» d^ Convt 55... 100 | . 3000 do 'l^J
44000 do .. W\ 5000 do Pr .520F.101',%
HHH) At Coast 4s 91Ki 10ti0 O R & X Con 4s. 9<5
.'.OOO B& O Gold 4s. . 98»» 7000 do 9«Vs
9000 do prior 3'*s.. 93'i 1000 Ore Sh L6s 120
76000 Bkln Rap Tr*4s. 73 1000 do Ist Con 55.. 1144
2000 do 72 T 1000 do Gtd Ref 45.. S9'i
11000 do 72 1000 do BW4
10000 CPo Ist Ext 68.100 7 10000 do £» ;
11000 do .110 3000 Penn Convt 345.. 0.>4
2000 Cent Leather ss. 94?» 4» - /tOO do . »5>
3000 Ccf X J Gen 4s. 124 12500 do 34s 1915.... 92
500 Cent Pac Gtd 4s. OS ! 50^ do 01 *
2000 cA O Gen 4U5.101 2000 do Con 4s Rets.
iooo do T..100-* 11000 do 1014
4000 CB* QJt 4« . . 9!) SBOOO do 101
8000 da ... 95»4 10000 Peo G*C Ch Ist
4<V<o do 08% Con 6s 115
50000 do' fSF. O«Vj (Vl Reading Gen 4s .00
1000 do ftRV fIOW do 98%
7fi<Wl do 98'- ! lOOrt do 0»
2<WiO do Gen 4s . 97%! 10*« RI & St! Col f.s. 04
42000 dT 97>i 2000 St L I Mt A So
lOT.O do Deb 55... 101»; Ref 4s 72
1000 do 1011,! 1000 do "2Vi
«nno do II! Dlv 345. 394' 2OOT. do Riv & G 4s. 83
r.OOO C M A Pt P C A ! £000 St L (t S F Ref
P W 5s III4! 4s f^\
9OOOC R I A.P Gen ! 7000 do 1 0Vj
4, . f»« I 18000 do 70
2000 do Ref 4« 8S I- 100i> Pt L ■ Swn Ist 4s. 874
l«on /In n R 4s. . «2>4l 3COO St PM A M Dak
4<wi r)o MUI Ext 6? lf>3
14000 do "3.1 70rxt P.A A A P 4a... MS
11000 do ... fl^i' 1000 So Pac Ist Ref 4s 02
l=n<v> d.> . . «°\ ' 31000 do 02%
lioo do Cl Tr Ss •"" I 4O«¥t Sooth Ry Ist Os.. 00';.
iono do ]„.wi;! 1000 do .- 9f>M
loor> d'. fwi! • r ' n °o Union Pac Ist 45.in2%
3000 Clev CC f- Pt L ' (V| do I ?' i
Oen 4« 0" ' 9"l<V> do I«SS
loon Col a Bn Ist 4«. 00 lS4<v<o do Convt 45.... oiT',i T ',
4000 rln Ref A Ext I S'iOn do 0> •
41^« rci;l 2;>nnr> dr> . . ..... . 91 T
jnnnn col Ind 5«. . . . '.. <"<2 I 7000 do Ref 4s WI. 0"U
rr*Y* ,' o f-)i; I jiorio do # 0"'«
linno d^ ...!..'">'» 1 oooft do .... . . P''i
3<v*rt r, «. tt ronvt *s J>f ' 11in«0 T S Ptee] P F 5s f'«'A
1/vm E>-'e frvp'-t 4« A. 57 1 29<v>O ,1^ . ftr\
V^OO do t^-.t<ti 1- T4« coi,' >avi fio Rep 0«"^
?wi <-;»„ -p-i t>.v, -•. .iicv. 1 jnfiO do . . . o<?4
•(<^An TTr,,-'.- v I't -"i«.l"' > UI .*inoA W!>hn«v, Ist 5s . . 1f"
T>.v.o th <- T. pi- 3i^« ■"•»««• r"MV> do o^ 5s 89*i
' • ■-• M,t 4>i> '""•" 'o^o r>o Ref ft Ext 4» .'•«
4<V>n flo WUpo/wvi do •;•!%
* ~"> ,J^ •••••• ' PTHV> .'^ rt
jvkki ,»/, r- I ,T>noo d> . . ."•J'{
«-«»•« .-i^ ' ...... "■"■* "'Wi Wnt) T>. ttf( T Ist. . ■'•'-•;
oortn n t T-ir>er Ba . . l«»*4t *-nnn do 2'l 10
I^.^ r>«... c<v4l jrivyi Tt"p«t >f.i 4« . . . r:<>
if>oo «*.» rm: ! if.i,n tt- xvi ""A 1 r{ TV. 9"'{
frnn if r r c ». ■•• <« -" ' J(Wi wis Crnt Gen 4s. f.'i'J
Total Fairs of hnnds. «2 114.r.00
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MON'KV MAWITKT. — V©n#v r-n cn'l onened nt
I'm per cent: bijrliest. I 1 - p^r cent: lowest. 1 r>or
rent: ,Moslr.p\ 1 per cent; last loan. 1 per cpnt:
rullne: r.itr. l'i ner cent. Time monev ripened the
we-'k unchanged. Tin- chirr characteristic 1 was th«»
almost entire l->>-k of rlein:ind R.it^s. 2 r>°r eent
for sixty days. I'SVx per rent for ninety days. 2y-ff?
22 a4a 4 per er>nt for fr>'ir months. Z'n?,^^ per cent for
five months. 7Ai~(n 33i3 3 i per crnt for st\ months and
4 ff4 1 per ctnt for over the year. Mercantile paper
continued to J>e so!d In fair amounts, but assort
ment of high crrwic names offered was only mod
erate. Rates. 3Uff> 4 per cent for sixty and ninety
days' Indorsed bills receivable. -K/-l'._. per cent
rholc»- four and fix months' single names and 5
per cent for less well known names.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. The foreicn exchange
market opened steady, without material chance in
rates, at 4.5720rr?4.57 1 i f<>r cables. ■}.<%»;■.):,<?/ 4.57 fir
demand sterling and 4.8535^)4.8560 for sixty-day
bills. Short francs were quoted at 5.15% less l-l»>
and sliort reichsmarks at 9.V£ l"ss 1-32. The market
became a shade easier around midday, rates de
clining 5 points. Cables w>re quoted at 4.571.".. de
mand sterlinK at 4.8690 bid and asked and sixty
day bills at [email protected]: the latter hold firm.
Short francs receded to 5.15%! less 5-64(^)5.15%, less
1-16. and Fhort reichsmarks to 95 7-IG. x'l" s I-:::'.
There was a fair Inquiry for remittance n tn(
niornlnK. but when the demand had been satisfied
th.- market saßtrfd.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty days. Demand.
Sterling ; 4>t". 4.>,s
Germany, relchpmarks H3H 93%
Paris, francs 5.17'/4 . r i.l4 s 8
Hi-lßlum. francs 3.20*4 .VKi'i
Ewittetland. francs C.I.H ; B I.". 7 ,
Holland, jjulliers 40H 40'-,
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston. 16 2-3c dis
count; Chicago, 40c premium: St. Louis. 50c dis
count; San Francisco, slpht 12%c premium, tele
graph 15c premium: Kew Orleans, commercial 50
(fJ7".e discount, bank $1 premium; Cincinnati, lOq
premium; Savannah, buying 3-16c discount, sell
tag par.
HANK CLEARINGS^ — New York, exchanges
$13.".715.395. balances $6,636,824: - Chicago, ex
changes $34,8&j.7C1, balances 12.279,324; Philadel
phia, exchanges $13,122,467. : balance? $1,090,879;
Boston, exchanges J14.202.7J5. balances $913.5!K>;
Baltimore, exchanges $3,922,712, balances $1,097,567.
SILVER MARKET!— Bar silver. 54c. Mexican
silver dollars. -if;.- Bar Bllver in London closed at
24">,d; advance, ' .|.
<;<)l.l> PBEMITTU. In Madrid. 12.35; Ushon 11
MEXICAN EXCHANGE. -Mexicau exchange oii
New York Is cuoted at 2.02c.
CO\*ERNMENT RECEIPTS.— Customs lecipts
reported from Washington. J7i'4.3ss; internal reve
nue receipts. $1,903,494; miscellaneous receipt*,
$345.r.:,2. Receipts tor the day, $2,973,435; expendi
tures. $2,060,000. Receipts f..;- the month to date,
$5<i.232.4r.6; expenditures. $47,750,000; excess of re
ceipts. $2,482,436. Receipts for the year to >'nu*
$596,633,606; expenditures, $657,760,755; excess .if
expenditures, $61,121,1
.SUB-TREASirnr.— The Sub-Treasury was debt
or to the Clearim: House $709,164.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by CharW. I». Harney .v Co.. No. '.•:, Broad
■treat. New jfork, an j No v _, Sullth fUj B ,. (?e[
. Phll«delphl.i.>
Am;i^:-::l A^!- r--r --H R .^^
,nfcr«fNx:,j.. sJ?sifc£ Yfi
ljike Kup Corp. ■• si, r nlon Thwtlan.. 1»% 4!..,
Jugl^iv Z-, §S ' " <:as ■•■:",'■■• hh«i MPi
Lehich Nav *>iU .SS U'eltbach Co 23 «r,
UONUS.
t£A y p"^. 8 : ISj S Stf S« 4 '-- SSS •»
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales and the
closing quotations for stocks in which there were
no transactions yesterday on the New lork Sto-K
Exchange: . „, .
Last Clsing. | I*« „< J nsl " s .
' .aio rm i.i,./! pale. Bld.A»k^.l.
Adams Ex . fof S^» | K CFS&M pf 0« M 65
Am Ag Ch °3 23 23?i KM &D M. W 4 «
do'pre' ' f.7 84 87 I do pref 25 20 3»
•Am Beet 18 IS 10 IKIofC pf J6 40 »
•do pref.. 77 75 78 Lac Gas.... 0!»H — 100
AC&Fpf»7H 96V* OS d2d 2 ref , '' 80 CO 100
Am C0a1... 120 100 150 LE i \V.. 1!>«-* 13 l«Mi
Am COpf H) 80 1)0 dp pref.... 42 36 43
Am Diat T. 30 — 3» Lak« Shore. 3oo 275 —
Am Exp....155 185 195 I.on Island. 3S 30 4O
•Am Gr T. 7', 1% 8 Marine ... -H . «j»
Am H& L. 3'* 8 3»i -do pref. . . ■ 20» t 2OS 21'
do pref... IS 17li 18 MackayCo.. «5 «34 «*
•Am Un pf 18>4 1» 20 do pref.... 64 63 E.> *
Am Malt... 5^ 3 6 Man Beach. 2Vi 2 B
•Am Spf B 79»i Vi% 7»\4 Manhat El 138 135 13*
•Am Snuff. 2"o 180 220 M<i Coal pf. £> S —
•do r.ref.. 92 90 95 -MStRy...25 23 30
AmSFpf. 3«H S4 36 Mich Cent..— 125 IS>.»
•Am «? r>f 125 124 127 M&St Lpf 66'i «i5 tl
AmTftC:-« 51% TO MSP*SSMpf .I33V, 133 13*
•Am \V pf 8»V1 87 83'i M K & T pf BB • S5 ». w
A A nn Arbor. -* 15 30 * Nash * Ch.llo 110 120
do rre f — — fif» 'Nat Bl? ... S4S- 83S *■*'•*
B&orf::87 8i 87 •s?.F^=' : "i*i I £?>!s
•Batop Mln 3 3 3M, NE & Stp. _P'i »■» 10
Beth Ste«l.. 15H 14% l'>'« ; do pref.. •• '< .3 ?0
do pref... 44 43'4 44 NRofM pf MS — «1
Bk Gas. ll2 110 12<» | do 2d t-f .17 15V, 18'4
Ilninswlck . J» SU 1014 New C Coal. 35 25 4!>
BRA P.. 7O 105 Nl i;*St 1.37 37^40
do pref. 105 106 — do Ist pf.102 M» 9.4
•Butterlck C2l 19 22 N T Dock pf ,4 .3H TO
Can So «1 «1 6°V4 I NTL & '— 120 125
C3C 3 AS A T.104«4 100 110 N T*N J T.l^ 105 Ig
Cent Lpf J»3>4 92 94 NA W pf.. S«« .0 80
Cof X J..155 181 100 Ont Silver... 5 5 «**4
c& A pfllWM 55 58U Tac Coast 79 77 So
C&E f Tif 115 — 150 dolrtpf. 00 Po 100
C B Q .22S 150 240 Peo & eT. . t'>W 13 »
CGW P fA2O 17<4 20 PCC*St;L72 .O 74
do deb :40% 74 50 Pitts prof ... I>l 12 13
CIAL pf — 40 IXI do pref. . . . 42'* 41 4^
•CM&SPctf*l23 125 12rt Pr Stl.Car.. 274 2. 2^
(- x V\x- nf "O'i 1!W "10 dn pref «4 >*i "•>
CPtPMA P O.H2. m 1». r,,!, Pr.,.13 1M 159J,
do pref.. 155 165 Quicksilver .4 4 »
rh i. tTr ■> 4 8 do pref.... 1H
do 7re7 15 10 25 «Rv Stl Pp. 37 35 37
dc ; Tr ?% 3 Wt "1" pref... 95 03 ««H
'dop-i I ™ k « 82V. 82H
n,~ r'x it T «i"?">i "iO W I do 2d pf . . "I'^ S 2 s.^ t
l do f p*e s f. T :^ » LV^'S »
r*Hr&l»M4 20 21 doC.tElcfs.l2s 115 150
Con Coal 874 80 90 do ctfs pf. — — "0
„™ pr lfili 1«4 1" do ctfs new 4» 4« 51
do Tre? "■ 7rT* 70 71 St I> & Sw. 16 15* 164
Del /h n7 157 15I> Sears-R pf.- no — 01
n*. n ■, B 25 "V; 26 R-SS.tlpf9s4 » «"
Udo ?re? ' (Wi. 57 63 SoRR f..44 43 45
Ull RBi 4^ 2.. Thfrd^i- I! Si =J4 g
RliiiHl
F t If ■70 73 1 -, 70 IT 8 Kxprexs W W W
G To?re?°" im f i«H 48
Sen Ffl Co iIM 1« 132% -L" SRA R W Pi
C,™nhvM..9CU M JOO -'flo P^- » 2^4 3O
Mnv Fl Rv 23 2O 27 I S- Rubber, -t -■• -? *
rt-. oref 74 TO Vandalla RR PS — 85
Ho-k Val 8* S3 W V.JCI C. 48 4S 62
Homet.take.7r. 74 1 - 76 -do rref... * 45u
iHlil SO II Wells F Ex.2W 250 MB
in? Met 10\ 1«4 11 We* Md .... » _? "
n> pref '^% 2 s 20 WMfkirtpfM 7.. 00
•Int rower 20 V-"> S3 I W&I.F. 1.-t pf 13 1S 1«
i||s:|^;^ sin
do prrf 54 M'» JBHI
•fnlisted. °
TOPICS OF. THE STREET.
FORKION TRADING.— houses sold up
rrrir.'. of 10.000 shares in the local market, chiefly
\malgamat*d Copper flnd Anaconda. Ther*- were
some sal^s on the rally of the active stocks from
the curb in London. London reports that Amster
dam has been a steady seller of the Rock Island
Issues In the British markft. The Reneral London
market was du'.l and irregular. Money was in Rood
demand at the British capital and a .relatively
larse amount was borrowed from the Rank of
Knpland in seven-day loans at 3 per cent. Call
money was firmer at 1% per cent. There was a
further Continental demand for gold and Paris
secured the 1,000. South African Bold offered
in the open market. The price of bar gold was
advanced 'id.
LIQUIDATION WELL CONCLUDED.— In th*lr
monthly circular on the nnrkt-t John H. Davis &
Co. review the Incident* of the earlier months of
the year and discuss the political as well as in
dustrial outlook. They express little f^ar of the
result of a Presidential campaign if Bryan is nom
inated by the Democrats, believing that Mr. Taft
would be elected and looking forward to a conser
vative direction of public affairs under his admin
istration. After confessitiK that the course of
prices during the last six week* has been dis
appointing to the expectations of those hoping for
frreater stability in the market for securities, the
circular concludes as follows: "We are still of th«»
opinion that general liquidation was pretty w.ll
concluded In the period between December. I!«<>6.
and November. I'JnT. K\en in the rise of this
spring there wis no commensurate Increase In the
volume of public commitments. Eience. if the
average levt ! of the slock market Is to fall back
to the flK'Tfs of the panic period It would seem
that current corporation difficulties as outlined
must appeal strongly to actual Investors undls
tur£>ed by last year's panic.''
CORN PKODUCTS MERGER Stockholders of
the Corn Products Company ut a meeting yt-ster
daj voted t.> merge the company with the C«J*.i
Products Refining Ciwnpany. Under tlic terms of
the merger the holders of t!ir<-<- shares of C.orn
Products preferred receive two shares of Corn
products Refining preferred and $12 In cash The
holders uf three shares of common stock of the
Corn Products Company receive two shares of
Corn Products K'-rtnliiK common.
MOVEMENT OF MONET. The banks continue
to gain from the Sub-Treasury. The gate on rfat
urday was 1946,000 and since Friday the resources
of the local Institutions have increased on Btlb-
Treasury operations to $1,447,000. The Sub-Treas
ury was a debtor yesterday morning for $7if>.iO4.
l-'i-.-m Friday to Saturday last week the banks had
gained $794,000.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. -Dividends hive b.-« n
declared aa follows: j. <;. White Company regular
quarterly IVt per cent on the preferred, payable
July 1. Hamilton Woollen Company reßiil.tr semi
annual 2 per cent, piivablt July 10; Fifth National
Bank regular quarterly 3 per cent, payable July 1;
1!. B. Claflin Company regular quarterly 2 per cent
on the common, payable July 15.
UNITED STATES RUBBER The dire-tors of
the United States Rubber Company will meet
Thursday for dividend action, it is understood the
usual dividends will be declased. as there has been
no grual falling off in eirnim;s Flgtm-s for the
Junti quarter will compare with an exceptionally
prosperous period In 1307.
ATCHISOK'S LoSS IN EARNINGS. The May
report <>! the Atchlson, Toneka A Santa Fe shows
■ loss lii gross ("ariiiiu;:-! of $1,790,502 and a loss In
net earnings «»f J7I»!».S7G. comparison being made
with the same time I i.-t \fiir.
ATTRACTIVE INVESTMENT OFFERING. N.
W. Harris & Co. axe offering for July Investment
~m m CL^ D ' —
#^» K ERBO Cit * .
1^ H TRUST CO. e^\
358 Fifth Avenue, Corner 34th Street
66 Broadway 125th St. <t Lenox Ave. 148th St. AThJrd Av*
• CAPITAL AND' SURPLUS FOR THE PROTECTION OF
' DEPOSITORS, OVER $14,000,000
Transacts a general Trust and Banking Bmine^ and allow.
iransacis » «. Interest on Deposits.
Trivellern' Letters of Credit and Foreign Drafts Issued.
TraF Special Banking Ifooms for Ladies.
Safe Deposit Vaults.
CHARLES H KEEP. President . ;
DIRECTORS
_ , „.„ Frederick O. Bourne, >-
G. lotil- Ko!««cvnln, Edward 11. Clarfc. " V.
Franklin Q. Bro^n. cliarlcn F. Hottman, ?,
Dumont *-' i ! rKC ». _ William li. Joyce. v
J. Horace Hardlnc llin.dlll Parsons, \
. Clinrle-* 11. Aeep. Herbert l>. Sattcrlco. 1
Samuel T. »^etcr». Payne Whitney.
William A. Tucker. * -
Attention invited to facilities offered for bu»me«» mnd peraonal accounts. _^
TIE IRUST COMPANY OF AMERICA
37-43 Wall St.. >>w Vork.
COLONIAL BRANCH: LONDON* OFFICE:
222 Broadway. PS Gresham St.. l.ondon. E. C.
a carefully selected list of n,;ni.ipnl. railroad and
corporation bon.ls netting from 3.55 to 5 p<r cent
GOLD EXPORTS.— GoId to the amount of $300.
000 was engaK-M yesterday by Goldman. ">^*«
Co for export to Germany to-day. rhis makes a
total movement of $44.900.00...
UNITED STATES REDUCTION AND RKFIN
ING.— Baruch Brothers announce that Coupon No.
14 of the first mortice bonds of th*> Lnlted btates.
Reduction and ReflninK Company, due July 1, II ■,
will be paid at their offices. No. 42 Broadway.
<T)PrER PRICES LOWER.— The quoted price of
copper on the Kew York Metal Exchange was
lower.-d yesterday for all srnd-s %c to 12^c to 1-^c
for lake. 12»«c to 12%C for electrolytic and 1-UC to
12*sc for casting.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Practical stagnation SH the only feature of the
market for outside securities. At no tlni^ In th«
session was there any animation, while prices
throughout the entire list moved within the nar
rowest limits Manhattan Transit was und*r bet
ter support and rose a small fraction. Standard
Oil was slightly easier. In the mining group Bnttfl
Coalition was steady. Cobalt Central ran off lc.
Giroux was firmer. Niplssing was off a small frac
tion. Tri-Bullion Was heavy, but fairly active.
Greem* Cananea rilled steady under light tradlßS.
while the Goldfield stocks were practically neg
lected.
INDUSTRIAL.
Ehares! I Open- I Hish- | Low- 1 Last
.old I I ins. 1 -t- ; e.t. I -ale
150!Bay Stat* Gas ...I '*j * *, J -?' •»«*
lliO|lron Steamboat .. 2H -Ja K }1
2.500 Manhat Tranflt... lb I'* »^j \*
I<k> Panama Cement.. ft *\. .«?.. I pjJli
241Standard Oil «"»'* 6f) ° ■" <**> "
RAILROAD.
Sharesl , Open- | Hl*h- 1 Low- [ Last
S jsd"i l.^ns- I e?t - I cst. i »aie.
lOOlChlcago Subway. -I _™_[ 19 ! 19 ' lg _,
MINING.
S^d j | ! e .t. ; eat, i sal-._
lOOlAlas Mines B>CUT.| l4l 4 I ]* I '"% **
SOOi 'Atlanta OoMneNL W'l 1«'-. J* ' fi »
100 Kng Cent Stand- 5-M 5-JJ »-M M"
Brit Col Copper.. | 4 ■■» 4« **i *■*
Butte Coalition .. 22'ii 22* V2 2_
4>V) Bntia & N Y 2 2* 2 »
1..-.00 -Carlsa 3. 41 > 3.^ 41
Tobalt Central .. 3«S[ 3. 3^ ?K ?
3,o<X),*Comb Fraction .. 88% K4 •^- 1 •*
lOOl'Con Ariz Smelt.. 13 13 13 13
800 'umb-Ely Tt •% jj* •?
130jDom Copper | fIS i\ IS, »
U & C ?^..V.| = 1^1« 2 & 2 £g 2 l- 4 «
100! Ely Witch | *» * r» J*
100' First Nat C0p.... .4 4 4 4
I<V> do Zi Instal pd. 3 i 3 3 3
• 1.A0.. Flor,n« V.. i »lt« m\ 3 »
3.oOo»Furn lYffk Cop. I l-"> ' •»- 1J ; *•;
-Gibraltar -•! » j • »" •
300!Giroux ; 3S 3'i . 3» 3^
1.500 -Gold Bar ; 3 ; 3J4 3 j 3
. 3O| Gold Hin \ : * £ r-_" -3 a«
.750iGo!.lneM Con -... SS| .">H 5 5^16 SS»
S 5<V) -Goldfield I>ai«y.. P3 SO M *•*
200l«Goldnel.i r, BenJ: 2S 2S , ■7* 7X,
I.ooO 'Greene-Cananea .. 1"'« 10S 1O 10W
2O Greene GoM S »• S **
100 Greene Goid-3 pf. 1H m IS ,' l *
S,Soe;«Green« Cop Sm..\ 10 lo 10 » ft
. 400! Indian Val Consol I 4 jj *^
si"t Kfwanai j 27 -I 2« I •• j -•
1,220, La Rose Cbnsol.. .*'« S'i •;;* *'♦
20O|Mex Expl & M... B*\ »>"• J* $"«
Sift Miami Copper ... 7 t n T;» • .
Ml.-mac Mines ... 2-»| 2;s, ?** 2^
BOO' Mines < o of Am.. I 1'? i »% Its l"i
100 "Mont-Shos 74 74 .4 .4
400 N>v Itah M & S. j 3 3 3-3
SOOiNlpissintr M C0... 7 : 7'* 7 .*%
•» 000 *No Butte Exten.l '» 5-16 x *j 5-IS
.MR' Orphan Copper ..- 3'« 3S 3 : » 3*s
lS.lOOlpenn Wyomlns . . I 32 33 2f> 33
.-?3> Precious Metals..! 1 ! 111 1
1.2H0 'pparrl-, M & M..1 73 7fi 73 7«
«nol?ilver Queen . $1 10 '$110 |$1 07 *1 «7
KM> 1 Stewart . ! 11-16! 11-161 11-l«i 11-16
2.00i^ 1 Tramps Cons i 15 . 1« I 15 1*?
WXVT.>n,> Kxten I 7O I 72 I 7O i 72
S.H^'Trl-nullion I I s »' 1H IV 1 T-M
*>2.-.'Tono Mof N>v...| S»i i »W +** 1 «« l2l 2
100|Tono Montana ...SI 45 $1 43 $1 4.". 151 4."»
040 Tuyra r>ev pref. . ' 2\ j 3 2*4 1 3
SO tnlon Mines \ I \\ \ \
lf)O t"tah Apex 4l 4( 4 4
$7.">:yukon Gold M I 3'it .V.M>i 3*al 3 9-lii
BONDS.
i - | Open- J Hlzh- I Low- | Last
Sal«. I I ing. I est. i est. j Bale.
$3.000' Ry of M4?w l| S4«;i M'« S4'« | fU'i
Pl."<«>'Tlilewater »> pcn.| ot>\»\ 9SHI ■•>.»«••, J>Sli
\ , ,
•^ells cents per shar.-. tOd.i lots.
• — »
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
BM. Asked. ■ Bid. A»kci.
Alb & Susq 212 — 111 Cent L, Line.. 9O ID
Alb & Vermont. t>6 70 Joliet & CMc 150 l»k»
All*Eh & \Vest.i:"J 137H L S N R R & C.123 —
Am Tel & Cable M 70 La & M.. Klv pf.lt*> IT.!
At &<' A LJne.lSO I<M> Uttla Miami 200 215
Aug & Sar.-...M02 IU« Lowell A And . . 23W —
Avon G&Mt M55 — Mahon Coal pf...lt*> llt>
Beech Creek 87 »3 Miiu H & S H..100 —
Berkshire 130 143 Morris & Ks>ex .177 I>>l •
Bleeck S & F F. U) 25 Nash & Det.-atur.l7s I*s
Host & Albany.. TWO 205 Na.«hau & L«>w..34<> —
Host & Lowell.. — N Y & Harl»m. 31<> 320
B.wt & Prov . . 275 2!*> XYI, & W 117 —
Brooklyn City... 1W Ninth Ave 1.-.|> —
I'im &H R R..140 — North Carolina. .140 1.-.0
Cataw Ist pf...110 — NRR of N H..IH —
do 2d pref 110 — NItR of N J... 7t» M>
Cayuga & Sa«q.9oQ — North IVnn 2i»> —
CPN & E R..100 130 Xorthwmt TVI :>o 1"«>
Chafchee & G..100 10.1 Jtoc ,v War nT...108 WO
Ch & E 111 ctfs.lls li*. <>K,l,n Mir.* . . . . <tt 1«6
<lo prer 100 HO Old Colony i«,4 W»
C!eve & Pitts. . .lrt."V 17i> Ovw«ao & Syra..3>s 213
Col & Xenln..r.2t>l 210 ac vt At Tel... 75 S2
-Com Union Me..U»> — p at & n Uf : v..1f10 —
Concord & M0n.155 — Pat & Rama^. . . i»U> —
Cone & Ports... ltX» — PeorU & B Vy..l«> IS3
C & Pass pf W> ISO phll Jfc Trenton.. 24o —
Conn River 2."0 — Pitts B* L. E. . 60 70
D.-1 • HJ Urk..lt<o 2t»> d.> pref 120 13«
Pet Hlll« & <». . . PS — Pitts Ft W i- C.lfi.l 1»'!»
Kast Perm 139 145 do »p<-.-!al 15i> livl
Kast Mahanny . 4A — Pitts McK & Y..12<» —
KlKlith Avenue..2oU — p r v A Wi>rc 230 —
Kim & William. M 04 RMHM & £n.ra. . .INI JMJ
do pref UO — Roi-h A <>:-. Vy.llo —
Krie & Kal:im..22l> — r \\ i O 1 lti n:>
Krle A Pitts ..MO 14.1 Second • nu«. . .100 _
Kttrhburj; pr»f. .125 13'» Stxt; Avenue .. . 100 13*>
n W-* J pf...130 IS7S Soiith « At Tv!.. «m> —
42cl SI A fiStF. — 300 Sootbwcsl It R lo.t I.vs
Franklin T*1.... 45 — Tnentj-thtrd St 3.«S
Gold & Stk Tel. «O ltX> \- NJHH a<• MlVd "I4'i
C. HR* l< C0.225 SB irtlca Clln A B.! M "73
«oshen .v De, .40 — rtlca BQi RIv.HW K5
i.ruinl River Vy . 112 IC> l"t1< Ca,s Vy ia< 14%
Greeno IK) 117 Warren RR. . Its
Hart A < .n:i W 90 —
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. '_• Wall •tract)
Bid. A.-k-l I ISU. A.ke.t
Aiwiii i*io .'^r. [Liberty ii% 4tia
Am Exchnm<«-. 225 2:ti> IJiu-oln . . . «3m _
.-Vllim National 17«> — i Mituliatfan Co SO 2SK>
Hrt.uv Bi.rouKh 300 _ Maikrt A Ful. . 2»<> —
Buttery Park. . IIS |2S , Metroi<olls 375 —
Itowvry 32<» :!::;> j Mf.-lmnl.-B 1 2 15 2.»
ltutch ■ l>rov. l."-«> , |.V> Mercantile .. 125 i;t3
Coal & I Nat. SIS — Metropolitan ... i«o i»3
Conaolldated .. 119 120 Merchants' 15t)
Century 170 IS3 Mt-rchanta 1 Ex. UV> 170
Cha&e 230 — Mount Morris.. 2<K> _
Chatham 300 305 Mutual 2115 3*V.
Chemical .... ' 4<K» 420 Nassau 100 205
Clt Cent Nat.. 147', — Nat Copper 22i» —
City 2SS' 2W) NTN B A . . 2!x> 310
'"ti-lsea Kxch.. 2ixi — N Y County .... &00 —
Commert-3 .... liiii IBU New Neth'rlant! — JH»
Colonial 7i»> — Nineteenth WJ. — .Vk>
ColiiiittiU .... 400 «Wm» Nltcht A l>ay. 270 2*iS
Corn Exchange — 32."> Northern Nat.. 150 MO
Ka»t River 1.15 H5 Parlftc 2:w> BO
Fidelity MB 175 Park 441.*. 415'
First National. r.73 — IV,.ple« 3<X» _
Firth National. 3»»» B.V> Phenlx 147W 1.-.3
Fifth Avenue.. 3.SHO — Plaza R73 —
Fourth Nat 1«3 — ' I'ro.luce Kxch.. 13*) _
Fourteenth St. 173 I«*s SraN'arJ 340 ST.O
<;.il!al'.ii 313 325 Second 3T.0
Garfleld — 325 Sh« rm.in IX"V _i
Grrman-Am .. 125 i.tv State 250
German E\ch. 473 fttiu Twelfth Ward.. — 3i>i»
CiernianU ... f>W» — T»i-nl> thlr.l TV 10i» _
Greenwich 250 2»15 li 1. n K\chan«e 17.". i«»
Hanover 415 -« S Wa>hln«tun Hta 5» —
Imp * Trad... .'.2-"> f.35 West Side.. ,'.h ( '__
SS%S?..$t 170 ISO VlrkVU " - :::: <W «*
International and Great Northern
Railroad Company
SECOND MOKTf.AOK BONDHOLDERS' COM
MITTEE. -V
A lars<» majority of the Second Mort«a«» Bcn4s»
h,i\e now >i»r deposited under th« Bondholders*,
A-reement r' -March 2. 1008* and rh» en^rav-d cer-
Un«"t« of deposit of THE FARMERS' LOA.V A Nr»|
TRL'.ST t'OJIIMNT have r*<>n a<l. tt« t» th» li»t|
of the Ne-.v T..rk Stock Exchange. Th» tlras within
which lo denoslt bonds under riBLST I>A 'if 1»_ ao^r;
extended to aad includlnsr the 1 1RST DAI OF JCLT.
190« aft»r »hl<-h date bonds will t>«s accepted or.:^
in the di-cretion of the rommlttM and under suca
penalty as may be Bxe.l by the '."omralttw
Dan N,v Vork, May -- IS*** cf)X _.
.MARK T (OX. Chalrm.-in. «#
Elm;\K 1.. MABSTON. S
JOHN W. M-%Mr I a
\\. KMLKN K«K»EVEI.T. 1
IIL.NKV K. PO.HKOV.
Commlttw.
STRONG £ CADWALADER. Counsel.
Trt TIIF SDrlnsSeld :. THE CON>OIJD.\TEI>-
Tft THf r HOIOERS OF THE CO»OIJ] »
MOKTf. E.V, THIKTY VMU «iOI.I> BOND^,
OF THE CHKAfIO. PEOP.I A * *T. LOCLS^
RAILWAY COMPANY OF 11-MNOL-.
n.TerxtnK to the interest due January 1. IM^M t>.; :
Company'" Consoll.lat»d -'•- Gold Bonds bol*w of
said bonds ar- hereby notlfled that the interest ma
fured thereon January 1. I!Wfc will be paid on ar.*
Ifter Jur» 30th 1!K»« on presentation and surrender
a the offlce of Messrs D-nt? Palmer & Co « Wmtas*
Street. N-^v Tork. •< the coupons '■'' sa!a Interest.
By order. BERBER. Assistant T"».i.«ir-r
PEV . winin* «it- FURNISH PORTION ■^
P^sabJW State* with advertiser tfl purchazir.? ln
i7r-t"ln ostabli-hed manufacturtna: business -;vi:-r«
Additional capital; exceptional opportunity. A. B. Box
!«». Tribune Office. ___^-^— — — — »
CONSOLIDATZD EXCHANGE SALZS.
STOC KS^
: ' " I Open- I H:sr- i Lc*- j Last
Shares , "{ng | -st. I es{. I «a.«
sskft ; __; . — •
AlUs-Chalm-rs ••• " ! JJ%! «5 ', 66^
s.24«>:Amal Copp*r_ :-.- .. j,^, 34^
70 An Car & vlr/.. «J» „?; j-^ jy^-
An. I- ■ • "- " I T-- 4(^*. 47**
41O'Arn L.icomottT«. -I «•> -^-, 1;* TR : fc
6.14" .-melttna- ;,»«»*■ 125** 12*"*! 1234
40'Am fuw '. 1 -** ri? I, 42H
420 Anaconda Ccpr-r. r- :*»^»l f *h . p
■ 12f»:At. Top & S F...1 j«*»j -r s» T »
110 Halt & OMo^ «gb ; »* Jf^i
20o;che3 & Ohio »^ ♦>* s^.*, ~>
*&
W,*, Securities ... -^ «g « %
S^oP Northern pref . I 130 ! 131'*: 129^' 131;,
J.. Loot. . Nash....! »en,\ »jj I«4 *«»
.>•; Mo. Kan & Tex..! 274: 2.V -. *; -• *.
1.3V Mo Pacific 1 :* 1 m *J» fH4 ; *£
.jo; Nat I^aJ ! «••**: •***• t^ n *
34..N Y Central . ! 1"- • IW% Ig. W«i
I<W V V Ont & W...! .T.«4: 40 : J»»j ** •
1.32!>N0r Pacific ! 13->4; 137^, !*>;*! U<v»
40ft'renrsy!vania 1 13^ : I2IK. I2W» 1-1*
22.9''<> 1 R*adta« - '< lll*»i U3'»! 1 11 ; «?
30 r 1.. Steel pref....! «>| «54; «*»
K> R« k Island .• ! W»! I" ''« !♦>•*, !•> «
J17O! , 1o pref .. | .-•-. 30N; 294: 3fr?*
1.9f«. sk>athmi Paclnc. . I BS*i! .-.-.,-
ft>^outhern Ry ... I J<*% ! I" 1 * I*^l «*»'
3f> 7."V> 'nion Pacific .... I 144 » 14t> , 1434! 14..^»
4O7t>!U <« T e-l I a7'»' a»A, Xt 1*)1 *) 3S"-»
''J4'> ••• r.-'-f •••• I 1"24 : 103 | 102-S; 103 !
3»|rtaJi Copper . i 34 ■ 34'-*! H i 34 ! *
71.1M0 T tal sales.
MINING STOCKS.
Shares I 1 Open- | Hi?h- | Low- ■ tast
aoiJ. j ] BBS i SSI I st - . sa-»
3<»>'Atlanta ! -1"4 .174' .174! .174.
3(«>:Best & Belcher. ..i -4S \ .4* | .47 | .*.
4.«. '.'on Cnl & Va ...i .s*? I M i .3a [ ->>
40O;C^mstock . ! ■"» ! -SO j .3O | .»>
60O' nualilwllim Frac. | .XI \ .33 | .XJ [ -SI
l.f'iO'Diamondneld .... I .11 I M i -W i -M
6f"»'Klkton ! .56 | M ,' .« i ..V> •
s*^l«Told Bar .. ! .0* ) .A4 | •'( ! ."4
60r»|GoIdfleld Cons . . ! 5.374' 5.374 1 5.374 5. 37. : *
90O; Isabella | .34 ; .34 | ■- i .X&m
sOO|starjr McKinney. . .[ a ! .25 | .25 | .i">
30«>! Montsotnery M:...i "7 J "7 | -«>7 | «'7
723IOphtr ■ 2.45 ! Z.BB i 2.4.". | 2 «."■
2i"^-poto»| ! .13 j .12 j .12 | .12
Toi.opnli . | 9.50 \ 5.5» | - ."'> i 5.5"
I.3»");Tramp3 Cons ; .154; .154; .15 | .15
[ 0.12T. Total sales.
t -*
WHEAT.
Sa!e«. | | Open- I Hish- | lam- [ Last
bush, j | ln«r. [ est. [ --■ ; sale.
325,0i»»' s*-;,tember option. | >.". * Bt>'*| SSS; SC .
COBALT PRICES IN TORONTO.
<FurnlsheJ and corrected dall/ by Stewart A Lcckwood,
No 43 Exchazss Place.
Bid. Asked. | Bii <as«0l
Faltalo $1 *> $2»»> I New T ana.. Jo.vS *••■>"
Cobalt Cent.. 3T»4 37 Nipissins: . .. •*• 7 2.'
Cobalt Lake.. 144 H Nova Scoti3... 2>4 M
Contanas 510 5 s<> Peterson I..»Ae. B 1«
Crown I>s»rve 4«' 4.". R*d Rock l'» ■
Foster 424 90 Silver Le3f.... 13 14
Green Meehan 1- 15 ' Silver Queen.. IM 1 1!>
Kerr Lakr... 2 s<» 3 >«' Trethewey 75 "•
Little Ni;ls.. 2S 31 watrs "*» BB
HcKtnlej-Dar 7» S: La Rose 525 536
NEW YORK AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid. Asked. nM As*»d.
Am Lt A Tr. . . 104 10«4 'Jackson Gas 5». <> 9i
1,, pref !C{ OR ; *Kan City G 5». I*O **
Bah con '•" 104 105 l*BBJ» Gas Ist t>s. 45 3O
do m Ist 5».107 l.«i- I. & U C Ist fi». 23 27
•BlnKham O Ss. 93 »« | »Mad JWI Ist 65.10t 10*
Buffalo Gaa 4«i ft Mutual I*O 15"
do 5s 54 57 ,«X .\:n G Ist 5». 03>i M'i
•Cen I'n O 5».. l»!4 Bf. »X V.v E R 5». 9!> Il'I 1 '-
Chic C. n Ist ss. 10l 10.1 ! •!,. con Ss 91 95
.- VGSkC con 65. 1124 115 Ohio A Ind O 6s. 22 27
•Ch P G ref 3s. 102 104 Paterson APG. 88 «»
Cos 6m N j 3s. $4 8* ' 'Pitts Con ci 6». so P.
Denver Gas .. SO M Standard 60> .3
•do 5s 88 »2 *i pref *"> K»
•do pr Uen ss. »H BM | •»_■*••_ l"> IP4
•F.I Ist >• n 3s. H»2 104 *9t J Gas 5s .«o »
Fort \V l«t «».. 45 si> I »St P« c m 6a.lm> I'H
I N G & O 55.. 84 874 Lt * Tr Ss... 7« **
INA 1 G Is' fis l« 2»- 5« Paul « a » •' V!1 ■A » J* *
lidianapoHi Gas 35 45 I "SBrm G nn 5». . 954 9«
•d., Ist 3» 83 US [Syra Lt « P 35. . XS»J «J*
•And Interest.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid. Asked. I Bfi Asic»d,
Brooklyn »>rry. 1 NT* E R Ist 3» .V« 71
do .'is ' 9 3" ! 10th * 23d 5t.... j» —
Hub Fer l»t ss.l'«' 1»3 do bonds «J ••»
dv con Ss .... .-* »'-' Union F.-rry 1- 1»
N V i K K 4O 70 I do l»t 3s - •» 92
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by R. L. l>av « Co.. No. ■ Wall streets
June 27. JaswSß Jur.e 27. June 2».
Bom * AttMny..3M aw Boston Cona — 11
Buaton t:i<-v 133 •!:«* Cal * He. M..t><U> *»>
■'JR| I' S Y.I4S 14<> Centennial Mln. . ri'i 3«4j
Klt>-hbur)e pr«f.-12i *l-5 Copper Raaaa M. 714- 71'*
NVNII Jt 11.. 1!.'« 1354 Franklin Mtn S-\ >»**
Oid Cotjny — ■'- Uinuiby Min -.- 81 9»5
Vt» Kn.! St Rj >-4 •■ «-»«•«■.« * v * ♦*
,1,, pref BM IBt I Mohawk Mln . . ,\^ 3)*
Mas* Elec Cos. . 10 »4! No Butte Ks»^ •'-•
do pref 4«? 4* I Oseeola Min it S?
Am Tel A T Co.ll7'i ll* 1 Old I> m Mtn.... M 34^
NVw Kns- T.-L. 11l I>2 Parrot Min tM| 22
\V T.-l A T Co. 4 *•» tiulr.cy Mln . . S* **
.1.. pref .. «l 88 TnnkMncll Mtn... 57 *7
Un SJhm Mach.. 51*; ■•" Wolverine Mln ..130 l.»
do pref 274 -•'- s* s*nwt«r» 00. 354 3*
Arcadian Mln... 34 3 1 *] do pref 41\ 4l'»
Am Pneumatic. 54 ♦» \I" SOU ..... 2*4 ■» ■»
do ir«f • 134 134 1 Mass Oh .Vv ■
\t!antl.- Mln... *) ■ .1.. pref SS S»
Shannon M.n l.'.'» 13'ih'tah . ... 40«i 41
Blnjchain Min... 70c — I Unlte.i Fruit. .... 1 *24 US
•Asked-
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
«Furnished by Van IsknMl i. Co.. No. I Wall street.)
BM Asked | Bid. AaM*
Lntted Railway. \\>* % tt>4| Cotton Du«.-k .... i ■
do ir-.,-.m. SI MV t di> incomes — 2*
*• 4> M >:. •■» N\. r f Ky Al. 3». .*.. -, »t
<; B .-i s V T... 3 5 Lifbi « P pr»f . . — *>
da Insssßssv... u i>» i> 44*. — •*
•!■• lst.i . 434 41 Ch«it City Ry 5».10> I' l *
Seaboard « — ihajr™ Elw 5« <;S **
drktM pref ... 25 «<> (>nt Tl— l Mi K3
<lr» prrf El - Union Truat -- •*
do l.s 54 M>, Thli-d Nat ll.mk 11.5 V*
do IO yenr 3s. 88 s »4 J Fidelity a Pep..U3 If*
Conaol >;as ... — I<>;> I Maryland Trust.. — "•
0^ 6* 104'. i 103 ! Nor Cent Ry.... 90^ •

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