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The Investment Value
OF
Railroad Equipment Bonds
Equipment bonds of standard railroad
corporations offer excellent investment
| opportunities, combining:
Safety of principal and interest.
Favorable interest rates.
Limited fluctuation in price.
p.-- for cor Circular No. "E4.~ describing;
thi« class at n»curit>.
list ,• Equipment Bonda on application.
Guaranty Trust Company
OF NEW YORK
28 Nassau Street, New York
33 Lombard Street. London, E. C.
I>F,P*KTME>"TS:
Banking. Bond, Trust, Transfer. Foreign.
r New York Stock Exchange Securities 1
bought on the
Periodical Payment Plan
are purchased outright on a moderate first
pavmeijt and are not subject to margin calls
Id case of sudden breaks In the market.
Write for full particulars.
CARLISLE & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 74 Broadway, N.JTy
The 60 Oldest Banks
i a -s., r Torl< City durinp ISM-IS9B paid
ii Rrs-.ilar Dividends $24,865,000. During
1904-1908 the amount tvas $67,243,000.
CLINTON GILBERT, 2 Wall St.
IMtll FROM TAXATION.
; GUARANTEED STOCKS
I. : rt upon application.
JOSEPH WALKER & SONS
Member* of iW New York Stock Fi.hanre.
| •« nnOAI* STKEET. NEW YORK, i
YOU SALE:
Ml Vl»« Portland « ement «-onimon
100 lliidM.n « «.ni|Kini«~. preferred
r ' 1W» Kins* < nnntT Klwtric l.isrht * IVvwer
100 Pope ManiifarJurinK »-«ninion and preferred
: imi Hall -iEnal
~O« lni«-rn;iil..n!il Ni.-UW preferred
SB ».ii»-.n KI«N-trir-l.«* Angele* preferred
i FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
SO Broad Street. New York.
Telephones OHO to 5151 Broad ■ inclusive).
: • i
Freeman, Rollins & Co.
BANKER* AM» BROKERS,
V Jlrmli'n New York Stork Exchange.
_■-, pr,--mi ST., NEW TOHK.
r.n CONGRESS FT.. BOSTON.
1852 1909
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
36 Wall St.. New York
Members Investment
H.Y. Stock Ex. Bond*
r ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FRED'K F. MARQUAND
Member of Consolidated Stock Ejtehanjre of V. T.
Tde. 80*0 Broad. 35-37 BROAD ST
XT- •• ' - tt.v opinion en the Stock Market.
Dividend Notices.
La Rose Consolidated Mines Company
165 Broadway. New Tork.
|\ The. Tforid of Cirrcton hare declared a regular quar-
Ii .'<»r!v dividTid cf Three f »- cent., and an extra dividend of
f - rne"p.»r c«=nt.. payable on the SB) day of April. 1888, to
j"2 the Ktoclih^l'ierf of record at the close of business on
April I. 1909. Tb« transfer bot.ks t\:11 t>e cl^s<-d at th«
,-,nm- c » H'siness on April 1. 1909. and reopened at the
< ---■ . of business or Ar-ril 27. ]>>•■•
Dated Maich Zi. U".*.
. - I>AVID A. DTTNLAP. Secretary-Treasurer.
: I\TKR\ATIO\AI, TAPER COMPANY.
■ A rtnidend of ONE-HALF of ONE PER <ENT. on
f~the preferred s-"tock has been declared payable April
- „j, !!»<•}•. to Preferred stockholders of record at th»
dose of tu«inens April «">th. l»ti&. Transrer books •Rill
remain open. < hecks mailed.
1: VT. HYDE. Secretary.
• AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELKGRAPH COM
PANY.
A rrtvidend cf Two Dolian per share wi'.l be paid on
J lllliswlij At-ril 15. ■■-■ • to stockholders cf record at the
cioee cf t>u«i ess on WednesdSL) March 31. 1903.
m. R. DRIVE!: Ti-easurer.
OFFICE OF THE
NEW TOKfc DOCK COMPANY.
New York, March 17th. 1W«.
The TJrvard of Directors ha* declared a dividend of
TWO FF.U EXT on the Preferred Stock of this Com-
X*ny. payable April ljth to ptocJiholders of record at the
rice* of bufines* April 1. 161K*.
GEO. E. SPENCER. Treasurer.
Financial Elections.
NOTICE OF ELKCTIOX OK DIRECTORS.
\r, independent nominations bavlua ■eesj made for on*
• cr ~xncTe vacancie- to be filled in the Heard of Directors
•f the New York Life Insurance CIMIIBSIIIJ at its ISO*
Election of Pirtciors, and the Superintendent of Insurance
bavins ---' --■ ■' 1 by law prescribed rules and regula
tions frr conducting; and holding sal** election, therefore.
ruTTuant to said ru'i«» and regulations, noiii/e ie hereby
- Sma " <=" the 1I«I» election of members of the Bc*rd of
T>ireotor- cf the New Tork Life Insurance Company will
' i,, held at th* Home Office of the Company, No. 846
• Rro*dway in *he <•;•■. <■• New York, in the State of New
- York or! Wednesday, 'he 14th day of April. 190;* the
yvV.t to >. opened at ten o'clock in the forenoon and to
»*main crn until lour o'clock in the. afternoon of said
jt»-r it « l.i.h time they shall be clo««4.
"* NK'A YORK LIFE IXSTRAXCE COMPAXT.
Hv JOHN C. McCALL. Secretary.
Ta'' ■ March BWfc. 180(1.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Thf fo'lft^s:ip Fhous ye<=trrdays closing quota
tions for coves r.mrnt bond?, compared with Tue«=
<If '■ »
— April 6.— -April —
Bid. Ask*fi. Bid A»ke3.
• T* r -. r»«te»er«a. 0) 101*6 102 101 H lc>2
s v s. :•• <■ip • «••> .-.oil — -<•• ! » — •
T\ B. 3f. r^.nered. tMK-'IS-lOIU ins 101 * lf'2
C t. S». coupon. IBSB--18.... 101 :i: i KCH I4MV IOCi
I' «■ T.f Fmail BSBBI . .. . K«> — 100 —
r;T F. 4«, registered. IKS 11!> 119* i 31!> IIP";
li S it eoapos. lJ«2r. ..i:. 1"*1 "* — I2IMi —
r«n«Tr.« 2r. retis-tered. 11C6..101 IWi 101 1014
•r m na. - 2s. IPS> 101 Id 1 ! 101 101
- rht:irrine 4- J«> — '"■ —
r>istriri <jf Cvlur.ibia 3-«»»...l« l »'4 — ■..<■ —
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
c - London, April T. 4 p. m.— The market for Amer
ican (securities sho«fe<3 an Improving tendency, ■with
. especial ttrejiKth in the Ilarriniaii shares. Last
■ >jotations follow:
J^T.Caa Xeir York New York
cloe*-. equivalent. close. Cbawss.
- Acaronfia s^i 45S **\ + H
• Atchisot 110 » I*-, 107H + »«.
- ir.adiar. PaclSc . IM' ! * 176 ! i 176 + - «
--. »>aul 1M ; 4 l.v>j i:-r- § + »»
Erie 3t> it « 28 - J^
• do i»t pref *r.- <r. . 45' a — '»
' Illinois Central ISO 146 1 . 14<".S — ««
Lcuisi Nash ir.S IT.4*« 134S — ■ 's
- Xrtr York Ontral lXi 1 IZ<>\ 130. — '»
i- Tvaa!«ylvasv!a «» ::;«'« 1345,
i>ed;r.c T<- ir*:"s 13<;=» — '«
-• Southern Pacific. 124 '•» 121 »• V21~: ~ '»
i Inion Parlflc r.'^'. ,-t . ■>; , —
- rafted States Steel. .. •'.' Co'» T*i*i — '»
#- <sopr«r 11« : * 113S 113 s * — S
".:' lORKICN MONEY MAIIKKT •. money in
1-ondon. l@l^i per cent; open market discount rat«
■ for short bills 1 . !•£ per cent: lonp bill?. iv per cent;
." - B*rlln discount rat*. 2 per cent: Paris discount
I rate, 1% per cent. Paris exchange on London. 25
• francs I*4 centime?. Berlin exchanpe on l»n
1. don. 20 mark* 46 pfennigs. Bar gold. 7T« Po.
FOREIGN FIXURITIES.— British consols/ for
raon^y. *■' '« per cent; for the account, f.; S-16.
Ft»it. rentci, 87 francs S7V» centimes.
KP NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
151 d. Mhsl 1 Hj,j. \ lA^
\ _:*4i*i. Mar. 67. 1.111*4 112 j4 ? Nov.. 'i 6. rg.lOOii |olu
" mm Nov.. St. 1.111%. ii.: !3«»*. Nov.. -S5. t. W »' a*!*
? ♦V 3Ut. IT. t.104'« — 131JS. Ma;. .'.«. c. 61 1- sir.
-- «. y<n-.. r* 1.101% T «i3Sr. May. T. 4. r e . 81 " :.{»*
40, Mi' '1~. I.lCl\ WC"i Nov.. '--.' rv.jn;!; jo- *
.." ♦». Nc\.. «5. iv.lOl4a l'ilS ««i Nsv . "IM. rv.lG4>t ioi"-,
-
'MOST STOCKS SHOW FURTHER NET GAINS
<harp S | Net I " i Actual Sales I Closing, j ; Shares I .Net I ~~ ~"™~ /openiHlffl^£|WllßidTOk
>^:'fc^l " *r 'T !^'^; 1 ' "■■ S£ I -TUy City Southern M* »l if~^W^
aimers. Co «4 jl.;j 1 .;- i•" j^ *^ 2?- SSO KaijC Qty Southern pr j 73 I.*1 .* TO4 i? I TO4 T| (wa
\ 'Amalgamafed <o r .pe ; 76J4 ;- .- .•,:,' „v , . , m +i* IKan. City. Ft. S. &M. Pr | .rt !,^ ■;,. '? *,2
UOOO +4, American Agr. Chemlca] ; 373 4 ; 38% 3,- 4 37 *, 37^ -,- lf>yo *i? fLouisvUle & Nashville , 130 : 136 I3«M % I*. "^
4>v, ! -i 8i 8 ■•American Beet Sugar j35 i 3.^ 34\ 35% 34,, ..'.I * '^ _? Marine j „"-. '■* '^ » 4 ?B .^" 04
600 .2 [-American Iteet Sugar pr 90. »,,•,»; 9 L %*.' lv. 200 — - Marine pr =< 24-. :\ 7J7,
•>«3 ! *H .'American Can 8% « «■ Wj .»-» :30 + Mackay Cos |*% •» 4^ « i? 3 g£
«X) j + 1,4 American Can pr^.. • 7*h •■» 4. •< -j, <^ -, ' , M „x , Mackay Cos. Pr '. >: «? «r ': i«i' 146
1.9 M 4»« American Car & Fdry $*] W*\ if 1 |l 2ji 8 | M-; 100 +5 ,'Manhattan Elevated 1«* 140 14a 140 l«^a 1™
U. 400 ,2 lAmerican Ontton 0.1 53 ! 54% 53 MX _ Mex|can Centra , ctf? '24% r 24% 4^s .4^ -4^, j4 i
Urt - U American Hide & leather . . 1 • , ' « gf^ . M St p& g st _ M 145* 14.vV,j Ho I4a^i I*o. s,
y« -1 American Hide * Leather pr.J .'-, 4 1 ! 40% «! '. 300 . g M .. St. K& S. St . M. rights.. 8% B*. S», hji. - "
3.370 -1 American Ice Securities jMj 3|Vi 38 3» , 35% :.- - a>) ■ _ :Mo ., an. & Texas '£% 42 «*4 ( 41% 1" 41 «
600 +»4 American Locomotive i . B% o^g o»% £ g"* 3V) 0 __^ Missouri Pacific ; > ? - J36 .-'" -HW IMU 104%
100 — American Malt 52 M| a- , . ... Ig | W So _ lt; . NaUonal Biscuit 1«£ 10% 102^ ; 10-\ IW » 1«^
MtfiOO -•< American Smelting ( &9- 8 | ■"' .S* 1! - 104^ l^v <•«» _a « National I^ad **% iP^i i^ ., v i, B JS* US
{■» f% I American Smelting: pr...^ ... 10«4 105^ 104* 1« I^lo4^ l ivo , w _ J National Lead pr ».'.%: 1';.,11 ';., 1 - l^Va XV" IW I^4
M — -['American Smelting pr. 8.... ,$5->u|*^ ' fSj* m* Mttg 188 ]« +1 -Nat. R. R. of Mex. Pr 46Ji 46J» +• ♦ «% B% 8*
•1.612 ■4 i, American Sugar . . : lo2> 133, 13^ : 130 13-,. 1^ rOO *i; «Nat. R. R. of M ex. 3d pr I 2«4 24^ 24% 24% *3» -*
56.400 -.;-, American Tel & Tel • 133-<! 136% i ; --v ■;.■;. 4 >■■: s &X> + lfe . Xewhol]Se M. & S \ ■'"* ft? *3% v_3% Ji ' IW'
1.030 f}! American Tobacco pr 96 , 96% 96 , Po,s g ££ -J^ . » N York Centra i 130% J30%U30% 130% I|J* ::'','?
100 ;_ 1, •American Woollen ' 33. 33- ••■• 33J 33, *g ■£ +24 New York & New Jersey Tel..; 121 ip 121 122 ,1-1 , IZZ%
2i«J —Hi-Anaconda L 4!L 4 !- 4 «Ji 1?-*: in-i i 107 i lOT'i 100 4- v; N. y.. N. H. & H. . - .-. MB 1« ";.'- l % i ■%* 47
10.1 M -H Atchlson Wo* '"> }« 107% I/, l«j» ; „9W _% New York, Ontario*^West.... 47 47% 46% ? Wk\. 46^ «
300 -U Atchlson pr....... 1«% 1?3% 103% }«** jg* .^ . i^m _ _ Norfolk * Western }%} %$\ « ; 9} ,J gw
6W ♦ {{Atlantic Coast Line 122 2 , 122% --;, -- a {-„,,' 't^,: '350 + 4 North American sS^Lfi^ i- v uk 148U 14#£
6,^ - Baltimore & Ohio 132 112% 112 J 112% 11^ 112% «J -1* Northern Pacific I#W »«J4 "^i| "ft "J ' 2 S* ,
3&4 , •Batopilas Mining «Ai 1% »% **i *•« ,^-* '200 _3 ' IPaclflc Mail (1 ♦' ■'' 4 iSM »;3 iSt : IMU
400 -%! Bethlehem Steel 23U. 23% 23 h .23 |V 4 » j^ -^'Pennsylvania K. X JJ4% 134% 134% 134^ Üb%l «S
100 i-1 Bethlehem Steel pr..... 61 Mi 61 H » lU4OS + ii* People's Gas & Coke 11?% 3 ;•;-« 115U, 116% 118J4 I 1!?*
■8 -^ ißrooklyn Rapid Transit 7€% 1 p 76% p .0* .5 _ 8 fti,^S M-pV:::::::::::: .::: » 92* 4 j 92% 92% 92% 93
S^ -•■ (Brunswick 10% 15% 15% l . 1»% g% + % Plttsburg Coal pr 42% «% 42% 42%; 4- 44
4 i^Msiiiiiiii ii^Bililllli
1.4.-.1 fiA cuiadiu Pacific IW6 IJW \!^ ".C JOO — - Pullman Palace Car 174J4 174J4 17«, 17*^ 174^ 17^
SS --/ gSSS oV^lw^E:::::: f* ffl *j # 4 S *» z= ffiSfe^TE::::":::: fJ*£* J5J 5 £ Si
S SnlS^ Srea^w.st.Vn:::::::: 11%4' p f 3,, IS r-£| pV ;;;;;;;;;:::::::::::! |« S? »SJ f 1
200 41 ChlcaiS Great Western prl 'all 2^ 2S 2S 2? 27 27% 100 _ % "f^Tlc Iron A Steel 22% 22% ?2% 22% 22 22U
8 t^£ .M&fiEE §SII| %l^ ; !g -| &^j&"s~E gi jg ft* S I
100 '<*-. C C & St. Louis ,To <6 : •■• . '» \ £**] I* I i.iiiiA ,rT Southern Pacific '122 122% 121% j 121% 1 121*4 122\
7JOO +Ii Colorado Fuel * Iron SS^S* !£? Sfi^. 36% 3. j 10.400 -% S H JK Ra l "i ay I 26% »»4 26^ 26% 26 25%
775 _< Colorado Southern | 62« M G2^ b2J 2i2 i : > ••-■* « +-» Southern Rallwav pr 64% fir. : 64% 86 64' 2 63
2.100 j-% Columbus & Hock. Coal & Iron « «Vi 47** «>« .<.-. 4 I.MO J % pen^esse^opper f. 41 S^ 4V ! «i* &' «l 2
I.MB : -■. (Consolidated G«u 137^ 1 ;; ..;-. I- i;;; -.;.•■ 13% _ii :Texas & Pacific I 33% 53% 33% 33% 33^i 33%
43.300 +114 Corn Products Kef 22% 23% 22% -v 23 . 23T* -„ + if. Third We K. R ', -•''- '. :23\-' j - ''
iSOO +1 Corn Products Ref. Pr '■■•■* » ,^'f? a £4 L^» S2 __ t_ t oedo Railways & I.i« Jit ! 12% 12% ir, m\ Us 13*
UN ( +2% Delaware & Hudson 179% I*l% VM* m* iS *i >li j<v) -» ITolMo St Louis & West. pi . >«% ">V ''■' ' ( - l3 s[ BW* .'"-,
M 4W Del.. Lack. * West 600 .: 600 I 600 600 600 t»2o ,| MB -3*3 * k'nion B ajf £» PapPr 10 !„. * : 10 j 10 ** i 10 ,^ K^
{Jew .-% Denver & Rio Grande • 49% 4<> ; v 48% 48?, 48% (9 |, STO t +i' rE Bag * Paper pr: ,68 *\ -69--; 1 6fi '89 IS |89
'750 . Denver & Bio Grande pr SSJ, ,^s 88 M i 57% Ki. »» ._ i; union pSMo •• 187% I ISB% 187% 187% 187% 187%
IM Detroit United R. R - 58% ;-^ ! SSJ? - ??,. fMi '■'■•" -ii \VS Cast Iron Pipe &Vo . 29% » »: 29^» 29% 2S^ S&
400 .. •Distilling Securities 857, 35% 35% 35% 35% ••;.«:- Z2u • a Cast Iron Pipe & Fo. Pr! 7.". | 7:- ! 74% 74% -.:: j77
m.~\ D. 80. Bh. AAt pr 17% H%J 17% K% 17% ;- . :. : + l2u<;S. Realty &r lmp 31't 74% 72^ 31 ::■ \74
109 + D.. So. Sh. & At. Pr 32% 32% 32% 31% 3- i.JJ" Z-2 ■]• | Rubber 31% 31% ::i i3l 30% 31%
5.400 ♦% Erie »Sj ! 2?^ r' •" »Jj 28% •' £2 Ilil !& £ Rllbbff lit pr 105% 105% 104 1"4 104 104V5
„500 I Erie -■ pr «;-« 45^ 4^, ; 45% 45% 45% -^ ■ _ ' 3*3 * l - l;ltO( , States Steel I 50% 50"£| 49% 50 49% GO
100 -% Erie Cd pr , S. ; u 35% 35% 35% 35 . 85% 6t».S-S :__ % rSlted States Steel pr ! H"-, ll.Tj, !!"', 1!.:' 2 . 113% • 113%
SM I General Eaectric Co ■>^ 159 -> v }-' v 3« Si ttJS .' l virginla-CaroUua Chemical pr. 117 117 117 117 117 IM
ftvi | General Blectrlo Co 158^ 159» lS&a ISS% 159? 15WJ I»^W , K-irilnlalcarollna Chemical pr. 117 j 117 117 j 117 117 US
Cm _% Great Northern pr 14«% I4h\ 14«% 146% 146% 146% IW> Kvaba.^h 18« iV1 * l^ 18% 18% IS%
530 4 -Great Northern ore ctfs 69 *»4» 4 69 69% 09 69% '^ ,_^ 2 Wabash pr ■48 48 47', 47% 47%! 47%
m ' 41 Havana Electric By. Pr » « W 8b , s._. «H Ijro * WelteFargo Express | 31» 810 310 311 | 308 325
3,400 _N 'Illinois Centra] ..... l«g 146% \1WA I 4^ 4j „, !*•% 1 7«0 |_ „ Western Maryland I 20«g 2-1%. »Vi 1!' 7 19%
l/.v. *% Interborough-Metropo tan ; 14*,; 14% 14% 14% 14% 14% hM . J» , Western Union Telegraph !67!69 i«7 | 68% 68 I 65%
6.SW +Ti jlnterborousrh-Metropolltan pr.. 42% 4% 42% ,B*l 40%. 43% 3-« i- % w^tlnghouse Mfg 83% 83% 8344 83%j 83 j 83*
lrt -- International Harvester pr.... 113 113 113 I 113 11.^ 113 * 0 * |\vestinßhous« Mfg. Ist rr US 118 119 j IIS 117 119
5.26-1 ! 42i; ; International Paper 10% ]-', 10% gV. 12% 12% iij _„• , \vheeJlne A Lake Erie Ist pr.. l 22 !22! 23 22 , 21% 23%
1.3 m *3% : International Paper pr ■ B Kj 63 IB I 64% Eo _■£ : wheeling- & l^ke Erie 2d pr.. 11% 11% 11% 11% .101 12
UN -IS International Steam Pump | 38% 39% 38% 39% 39% 39% J. r ." Wisconsin Central 60%^ 53 i 80% S3 1 52% 63
»8 ♦Slnt co^l StCam Pump pr. M%»« *' |*» gj J;/ 3^ i^nSSSa Central pV. ctfs..:: 88% SB* 57%; 87% 87% 87T.
l.Sn 1 111- 'lowa Central ' v.........."...". i BS'J WU 1 &7Ui 5S%' 87%' W%l I J L 1 ' !
TntHi sa'es for the flay 715.989 shares, compared -with 4.^.944 for th" correapondina; day to perio, in im
Total aSef. January 1 to Arril 7. inctastve, 48.t76.34S shares, compared with *U»7.S» bhar^s for the. same period
'Unlisted. - ■ ** — - • — '
FIXA.NCIAL AFFAIRS
■ACTIVK STOCK TRADING.
I ""
Stocks as a Rule Higher - Heavy
Speculation in Wheat Market.
Further active sp-oulation for the rise was r^
rorted in yesterday's stock market, prices show
li p their best strength in the early afternoon.
with the anthracite coal stocks leading features.
Reading ma.!*- a new hlßh point on the current
movement, and in-breaking away from a level
In the neighborhood of 137 on active dealings
traders assumed that the stock had been bought
by substantial interests in the last few days,
and would, as a consequence, make further ma
terial proßress toward a higher range, despite
the fact that it showed at 138 an advance from
its lowest price of the year of 20 per cent. At
its present quotation this issue returns to in
vestment buyers about 2.8 per cent, but it is
not likely that Investors are buying it just now.
There is no good reason why they should. Com
mission booses were active buyers in various
parts of the list for operators who depend on
borrowed money to finance their speculative
transactions, their purchases being based on the
advancing tendency of recent weeks, on bullish
advices from brokers and on the theory that,
notwithstanding the high level at which the gen
eral market is selling, stocks will continue "•
move, upward as a result of the .promising fut
ure for industrial and financial affairs In this
country. Margin traders are prone to buy
stocks when prices are at or near the top. and
then they blame Wall Street for their losses,
and if in the present case there should be an
important collapse in the inflated speculation In
stocks and grain the "wickedness" of th*» Street
would come in fo\ the usual attention from the
muck rakers and poor loser?. Cash wheat was
quoted at $134% a bushel yesterday, while the
May option sold, with only two exceptions, at
the highest price in twenty years, the tremen
dous speculation in it tending to weaken Blocks
to some extent :n the final dealings, though out
side of American Smelting, Union Pacific. Atchi
son. St. Paul and Steel common, which suffered
insignificant net losses, net advances were re
ported in the active list. Many of the so-called
low priced shares were strong features, while
Lackawanna, the most expensive railroad stock
traded in, made a new high record at 600.
American Telephone and Telegraph again was
well bought.
Crop conditions Boon will begin to have a
greater speculative value in the stock market,
and the government's April report on the agri
cultural situation, chiefly with reference to win
ter wheat. therefore will be read with interesr.
From the movements in the grain markets,
wheat this week having crossed $1 25 a bushel in
the prevailing option, the assumption might be
made that the federal figures on the position of
the growing crop are far from favorable and
foreshadow an extremely poor yield; but as
wheat practically has been cornered by a pow
erful speculative following, the current star.- re
ports from Chicago and the grain speculators'
opinion of the government figures as of April 1
should be taken with reserve. The condition ■<:
winter wheat, however, is less favorable than at
this time last year, as from individual states
reporting bo far. namely. Ohio. Kentucky. Mis
souri and Oklahoma, an average condition of 71
Is shown, compared with 91 at this period in
ISM and ■-:;.■. the federal official figures for the
entire wheat belt, against 65.3 In December last
and 91.3 on April 1; 1908. The condition of r> .-.
Is placed at ST.2. against 89.1 last year. Though
this country gathered large crops in 190$, ther.
is great need for abundant harvests in the cur
rent year, as the world demand for breadstuff.
is Increasing without a corresponding gain in
the acreage planted and that to be planted,
while It is estimated that there will be extremely
limited surplus stocks carried over from the
■ ields of the last crop year. At the moment
foreign countries are not taking our wheat to
any extent, owing to the high prices ruling and
the better opportunities afforded by the Argen
tine market; but the amount of wheat available
in the Argentine rapidly is being depleted, and
unless European supplies are far greater than
generally believed there soon should develop an
increased export demand at this centre. Light
shipments of grain from here are an important
-Influence in maintaining strength in the sterling
exchange market, particularly as imports of
merchandise are increasing, and it is not un
likely that in the near future gold will be taken
for export to Paris. Further shipments of the
metal to Argentina on London account are also
in sight.
The speculative community appears confident
that the bull campaign will run on just as long
as money continues at low levels. Stocks are
high, and there are few issues that present at
tractive purchases for permanent income yield.
the bond department furnishing the only activ
ity at the moment in the investment business.
And even in mortgage securities the inquiry m
ot heavy, much of the trading representing
speculative operations In the bonds that appar
ently present a margin for improvement in
value. Thy transactions in stocks just now re
flect a large gain in the amount of stock carried
on borrowed money, a great expansion In pool
trading and a material transfer of accounts from
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. APRIL 8. lim.
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES -WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1909.
strong to weak hands. Evidently tlip larger In
terests are Ti^t ready to complete the unloading
process just now, aa they recognize the favorable
rhanc» of carrying prices higher, but it i? not
Improbable that on each succeeding advance
th«>y will he M'lite willing to let the other fel
lows have some of tl.- ir holdings, with'the usual
results to the latter following in quick order.
Time money was easier yesterday. Goven
revenues show Improvement, for the month to
date receipts having exceeded expenditures u>
the extent of $1,061,000, against an excess of ex
penditures :n the corresponding time last year
of $2,636,420.
BOND MARKET SALES.
?.m Japans 4-5.... JU . MOOO 1 " * •• of Ac
2000 Jo 2d oS\\ 44« ■ ■ £ ' 2 '*
••,-.,. ,)., H3 » :£•"<■*' Irt frao 1« sIQJ ■ 72' i
mm! ,io 4s W,»j 1'""' lowa <en ll' f 4s 7»V»
30000 Rep or Cuba 5e.~. 103 | aooo Uo . . • •»*
I.m.k. Ban !' «'s Rets. . - l»4Vai 1000 X C F S .1 M »>• MVk
IS.-.<h«» NVYC ♦•■?■ 1857 »'««> Kan I Itj -3-.. . **4
New .. 111% 1000 KCoEI 4» •• 87
l. ... .... Hi", 1000 Lack* Bteel 6»... •♦
lixai do Hl\t».«)LStMsD(b4iK.'»
],„». do 4'.s U'lT 104 ■*"""■' do . • i'-'V
... do 4* V.'.'.T 102<*12i«>0 do 4!. 1831 ■■•■ --
(...... do ■<- 1958 n I.lol*l 2UOO L 1 i'.-r 4- M
TfNVi All. <S. Sum] 3>,s. •-■» «•»• I- ••- M I"" •». "i"!'.
9000 Allls-Chalm Be.; -R2Ti 13000 do li" 1
9000 dn S3 |4'W.m v., Cuix 4« Stp<i.H«>W
in,,! do f>2 7 i ♦>'"-■' Marine -11-.'I 1 -.' 7- 7
SfiOO Am ■- <lien. 55. 100 ■ '" M ' * JjfS
3000 Am ll .v I. 8«... 984 ♦""> do .... « '»
!.»:,. Am Ice Sec <>5... 7."' . 8000 MB lly Cm «'».. *•■•**
",.v«, Am T & T Col 4s M 1M 1 | '*""•" Mm Cent CUP. 4*. 1«>
£-,i««t do :'4\ 8000 do Ctfa.. .88
;:.hi.»i „ . <■■•.. 4«... •„,. 10000 d* lat In <" '' !*;! * ; - >!**
■•-„. rto bl')F. !1- ; ,: •"■'"•*> Mo X.v T Ist ■»«.l"'" T j
55000 «o ii »i 2000 do Ret 4 « ■•■• " 7
52500 do . i'i'\ 1"" 11 do . Vl »
8L7«O0 d.i '•""■ lono do MJi
375000 ,■ , ... H«« 2000 M X *T 3 F <',» »!»»
lISOOO do '" MXrti 40U0 M ■ £'a c 1= fv'l l .
•:.,««, do |(«)', ■ 2B°OU Mob .v >> Gen 4». PI
llf-oo .).] ! . . I<«'S ; :--jh»» do '•"
;■.. . d,. lOOTijIOOOO ;»as '••■- V. \'. 4«. SOVi
(isi'iiri ,*.. 101 16000 do >2
177Oi)0 do itiiv3*M*> N of M lkt '■■>!; 4» M
13000 do I"! 1 * 2000 do ....... 84
larieo do l' ! lSi &( "" l 1" Prior 4 ! »5... l>4'-i
4;r-«H. do 1014 T:i< "" " ■ • " 4 "*
75000 ,!.. . "MS i"" 1 " <i'> - "■»'»
amo do 101 •» i""" d" '••'
I.>hm> do . H'l *«■'." «J.i lifn 4- -7
■ ..-. do • . .102 V» l'»M«» ,'.. SS
auoou do 101* 10000 do M"4
000 \m Toha<-<-.. l* .110>4 •""■"' N V C -it-i; 3 ! -> M .
--.. , do ll<> ■-. 1000 do 834
!■■»«»• do 1^ 78T« 24000 do . '■'■'■■ -,
i:»Mirt do 78 7000 do Deb ii 4 . . '.m",
85000 A T & S P Adj . *•<•"" do L. .~ Col 3^» MS
4« »4 20000 do .... t<4'*
3000 do Slpd :i4j ITOOO N V C & Si I.
1500 <l 04 ; I"»eb 4e 03'--j
H«n> do Gen 4s KM . 3600 S V <; • X L. H
11080 <lo 100% *• I' ft» IOIH
:,.;i«mi do • . 100% MOO do 4s M» 4
10000 do Conrt :.- .108% -"""" do 854
21000 .to !">•■- 5000 do . . K'.V
ii».. do 108% 31000 N V N H & II
7i»o<) do 1"- > I»«b 6t> 135
14<»» do Convt 48...107H 20000 do 134 4
L-""*> do , lO7HI aootto do , . . ',:::. »
12000 do ]O7V,|7fn.>UO do Conrt 2Vje..102
]w««i df) . . . 1"7 ! 1" IM > «JO 1«%
'•.'>«> do . 107 6080 do I<i'J'»
.".<M» do Tr S i.4« K>4 IBUOO do .... 102H
2000 do E Okl« A-;.. H7V»I 4000 N& w Con 4" .. i'si 4
I<«HH> At ■■ i. * N is.. (-0 i3ii.itH> do Conn 4» »7%
I^.hji B ,>, „ ;;old 45..1(HM4 23000 <1o ii7l
1000 (j,. 1 <"«•"» 3000 Nor P«c Oen 8«.. 74«
i<m»i do . .1004 I*"'"' do Prior ti . 103
2000 do Prior 3' - . !<4W.I 800 ■... 102*4
HHHt do '"v . J»2% 1000 do I{«-k . .102^
:_-.«hi do H" ii ::>,5... ■•1 | 10000 'i SI. Old Rel 4- MI
6000 It»":. s ..! r« . 80000 ]' T & T 5i Kcts. H
lUOOO do . ■■:'.■, ■*""" 'in 87Ti
i.t«h»> I! R T Gold 55.. 106 ' MM do .. !i.i4
HiXiO ,].. ...l('. r .'.« l «' I'enn Convt SHs. . Hit
1 1000 do 1i..%S '">•> do 88%
laion do 1054 2 ' J "'" > do «fj>
•■.'«» i do 106% 107U09 do 3>-s Uii.- I«. : 4
UiHKi do <" s-.ij! 4000 do .". i"\ m
1000 fir, >-.-. 68000 do W5»,
«I<"H< ••-. 38000 do 4? 1i>4h.... 105
I'm»i Bkln ! n ';;!•- 6a. 107 I lO^W To-. * ?: Ist H3
2000 C So Ist Ext 691.1416% 20000 Keadinic Gen 45.. :''.' : »
I 1'""'I 1 '""' d.. lih(4 28000 do I'"'
l'««"' do M KC'i 9000 do . tWTi
4ih«i r .♦(,., Con ss..ll<i>/i Imm St Jo & G I Ist. . M%
InOOO do 1h- In.- . 7i< i ri"<»i St L. I Mi. A- Bo
anon do 2! . ■■■ as Gtn in lll>i
sOOit do 3d Tin- Stp<l 82 ! l. r .no« St 1^ A 8 V Ilef 4a s«i' 4
-•<"•<■■■■..• Leather :.- '.is' i ! 40000 do M-4
<<"«' do Bfi'il <•""' do Gen .'.». 1104
230110 Cent Pac Otd 4? H7&» 4899 do Oen «•.... . 133%
C & it i.V.n 5«h.115'i 2000 do Gen 5f5 f Rets, M)
S»h«( do Gen 41.. .-.lOS',* 1000 BAtA I' 4? . s*9'i
2*hhi do 1.. S 105 ' itxx* do M
2000 do Big Sand ti >> ITOOB Scab Al* Gold 4s. 72
5000 do Imp 5h Ctfs.lo2 35000 Bo I'ac Cl Tr 4k. !>r,
l.~i<»i<> do . ..l«n 7 , 1688 do > I»l«,
*"•"< CUlc X Alt 8%«.~ 7«% Ml « do Ist Hef <•-... SO
1<"»' •:•■ .. .. . 7«i : > 7000 do «4%
1.-<OW Chic & X \V Con 10000 South P.v l«t .1124
7s II*:, 2f«fK> do ...". 112
28880 dv Gen 3Us Reg 984 1000 do Gen 4i . . Tg%
1000 do .Icn ::v. 5 ... 93^ 25000 do 78%
1060 C a. \V [nd G«>n -7<x«» do MaOc ol 4s 884
«• 1124 WBB T •• I & H G<^n
l4f«K-, CBI Q G«n 4s.l<K>S f>s IO2 1 ,
88000 do 1110*4 10000 do . . . 1021?
86008 do l<"v> 26000 Cnd Slec L Inc.. gS%
3000 do I. .int -1p.... USI4 40(10 do .... .1311
r>'.«(«.ii do . . <iß'i, I 10000 do . ' BS<£
tiHOOd .1, I«Si 4 1 8000 do . " r.3 i
lltnO do R« X 98 I Snot) Union Pac'ist'4s.'lOß
2<N 0 do 111 l.'iv ■!«... 102 I tKMIO do 1(12 T *
1000 do 3Hs HI ', ! TixHi do " ' ioa
2000 CR I * p ';.' 4, i.2V 1000 do R*f 45..!.;.' BMi
•boo ■•■ )I2"«; aono do . HI'S
aOOO do . . 824 10000 do . . .■ !if>«i
;:0(»41 ■■ Kll 4-s -'.• I 104000 do convt 4» ! . 107%
Booee <lo . tim, 1: 00 do 1-17-*
I7<R«> do 7R 7 , 475(i0 do "itiii!
-* 1 '""' do . T9 * 4i»«» d,. ]„-;..
1000 ,irj Cl Tr 5«... • .' 4 87000 do .. 108*
ll(MH) do !«.T., r«H"«i do 1117%
i'""' do 01 !'»«"> Vn Hy or 8t- 4« 7.Vi
lOmi Col & So l?t f- 87% 25000 do . . ' '7«
.7.JiK)(> ,10 i.- X Xxi ! li»x« gOq O ' ' 7-,»;
4-,s . 004 41000 An ' ' 7-,!.,
i""' Col In! r« ravi ; 2000 r : . Ry , : si I.'**'. Mi "
:t<iOO Cci MM l!.t 4*... Ki«i .--•<-. r s R * imp r.s.c V.ii
T-" 04 "' ••■! . 88 I -,\ , V s Rub 8 r j^
IK*"" do m;i, H'-tu .. 10 . J7>
•""" l 'I* *«'« ' 103000 v S Steel SF Bs 10M,
3000 do 88% ! 5000 da |i«S
24000 do *•>'.- 27000 do ; Hi'!',
5000 Ii &II Comt 48.1011 27000 d o 1031
'■"»•" do 102 l«»l Va £ Bwb con 5.« •.'■■•,
5O« do }:•' 4= .102^ 2001 lVmbs.«l Ist 5s 112.
.^»-X' dr. UCVj 2000 do *dßi ' 104-.
»>'»• D .>. ?: •. R<f £s ;>4\ ! Roon d.) R-f A Kxt 4s 7:i »
.•"f»> .io «>4---, ; . ..«»l d.i ... T.ir,*
10000 di 94U 1500H .... 7^.*
1000 Dist «< Cor s*. 74« i 10000 do ' ' 7314
17<X«l Krl*" Convt ■;•- B. «4 UMBO ... ' ■;'■'•>
4tifjO Ft \V &DC Ut.116% ... . . "7 "
4*iOO >;i l; t &P M .113% *"-" 1 Tialj PT Id rtfs •>
lOTifiO Gen Blec Deb ,'4"-. 25000 West Md 4- '84
in*"* l It AT lsi 5b.. 110 : 1000 do ' gjt
i.wi.l.. in (> r . 4a Rets.Mo% 1000 West Sh 4* h-it ' 102%
fMXin do 100'» i 2000 do 1O"7,
iocio ... 100--** :»>.». w^tinjrh rP to ••"■"■.
200.1 Ini R T Cnvt 6s. 111:1% BMM do ■.: •.
3«<liV) [ n t -Met V.s 78li ' • ! " l> '" i do BRi,
000.1 do "8 11000 « i-,, Convt 4p A 85%
MOM do ..... 754 8800 do Cl Tr 5s '.'.-■,
2SBBS do . 7S?«! 2O<iO do F ark . SM'*
Ksoo<t d.> 7f>' , | 4'iC«» w&1. X l.«- Con
lxxi Inf *- ,-;• V <•!«.. .111% 4« R7l-
SOOfl do ... ...JU I •'•000 IMb Cent Gen 4«. r>4 T
limtiO In Btrm'n P6»..l 2 l i 13088 do .... SB
Total »i!e» of bonde. 16.590.088.
INACTIVE STOCKS.
Th«> following v.vrc tlip last actual Bales and th«
closing quotations for stocks ii v\hl^li th«rn wer*
no transactions yesterday on the New York Stock
Kxchaiige;
T.a.«t Closing | Ijist ' i '"Kin
sale. BitLAl eale. Bld.Askwd
Adams Ex.lUl V.'l 200 T.I * " pf 63 00*4 B2!i
Alb A Sub.. — '£*> — I I^k- ?hor^.3'») 270
All ")i CO.. 1." . 14» 4 IS il^jng Ihlan.l. ■ii «3 «
Am A c pf ■■■•> H5 '-"7 ..Man Beach.. 2 : i 3 1"
AfA V ; fill. IM'. ill IMd . -j. pf. ■•■> 7."
Am Coal 120 1.-i — I *Me( .-• !:.. 29 -- , -4»
Am C O pf.lUO I'" 102U|Mlc»i Cent...'— 100 I*o
.\m Dist r. -■» l".t M& St I .V.*; .'.4' iMi
Am Hxp. . . ..I'li :.■"•■> 210 1 d> t.rrf ... ...; M 8-S
•Am 1.1n... 15 11 IS MiiP&SSMpf.ls6 155 IM
•■Jo i>rr?. . II :.2 '.'■■'• MK«T jf 7* Tr, 744
Am 1.. i j.f..11»", lit 115 iMor 4 1>...151 18.1 168
•Atn Malt.. 7»» 7^s - k'uh ft Ch;.123 IV- 188
Am 5nu11.~.233 Kti ■- ■• IN.-it I!U 1 t.va 120« i —
do f ,rtf. .. 90S ■'■■, -- I Nat K& < . 1+ it 13'»
Am H-i Krty :<7'-.. D 7 ::s ! lo pr ,f . .83 M 84
Am su pi .i-".' : , 12H i™.» I N.-w «• Coal, ."hi 40 ?■;;
Am T * •'. Tit 74 T'l N V Air I!.. -- . V. !-S
•Am W pf. ■.'■.•-, ■• ■•. 1""» N V CASt .'\ SI •"'-
Ami Arbor. - - 10 80 <]•• IM pf..101) Jti I"".
do jiref... -- -- HI Jo 21 pf . . 7s 7.*. 7!>
A M lit pf. I' 1 -'- 1' I — , N V !>.>ek.. -4 34 40
en 2d pf. i".:' 4 nn — i •: ■ pn t -" 77 'I
Ti & O pf. ■■"■ {*•'•'» »H!S Vl-& W. - 123 130
Jiklu I: G..135 1.T3 137 N * W pf . . 85*4 M v 1
}t It a r... M PS 1"4 OiH Silver... :• •. ~v k 4
•'. ■ pref... 105 ]-''> 12» jTa.- I'oa.it... US', )'l '"■*
B&. a i>f. . «'>4»«. — -.4 <io is: pf..K» W 1' -■
C* 8 A T.I1O"« 11" — <I>J 2d .100 HI l'«>
Cent I. pf. I""' !••"» 1"1 TV, A E - 23Vi -" -"'
Chic *A pf ••■ 7! t> PCO&StL. pf.HO 11" IV.'
C A i. 1 i ll*. 11^ J.i jl'ltts C0a1... 10U 10 12
>• H * Q...22S - i' 2.'. |P V W .-. C.173*, 174
C <J IV dft> (Vi '•-> I".^' Qnlclw'v'r j,r 3 4 T.
•■ i & Lpf. ■• 4i> 80 I* fly Stl Sp.. ?.!• "'■> 4i»
CStPM&O.IW I">4 138 K^Hd lbt pi -'• V* I" 1
<-. . pref.. 166 i 19) '.'■'• 1 Ki-ns & Sara-- I9Q —
Chlr T Tr.. 4 4 .■> : R W& 'i 128 121
do jrcf... 30 ti 21 IKm R <-r> pf r.7'i -' 33
CMc. r Tr. 54 .-.*» BHJSL&SI'lstpf 6tf!i *<<'■ 7"
rto pr-f. . .1H • 1.".', 16^ do Sd pf.. .".ft 3* '■>*':
CCCiSL if 100 102 110 i doC&EIcf«.HU 14" 175
Clevs * P. it:, it.'.'t — I do effs pi 120 — MB
f F * I pf '"■", = 4 i": 70 lortfs new »H'-i »> tiTi .
C* d Ist pf Sl.'S I .' M -- St I. 4 Swn. ZVi -■ - 4 -•
do pr.-f. .. 78>4 7.4 78 j do j.r?f .'.»!'» "• ■-'•
Ton C0a1... l»7«» lf.".»W — S*ar*-R pf.'.HO^ 10814 112
DMA- Fpf l«% 13 17 S-S S* Ipf 11" 1"7 113
Ev A- TH. 65 ••■ 80 So Pac pf...125'4 124% 12.'.
da rref... 88 B"l 100 ISRRMAOrtfs >- B0 BT>
FMA- Spf (-^'4 M S3 IT &Pl. T . >7>; M s..\
•r>.i 8u pf. i<i S5 — |T st i. v w •'•■; ."•- 5.1
<irn Ch <■ I. 85 88 75 |T C ft T...10:Pi 103 K>4
<;ranb>- M.. $•« M Us \Vn I'ao pf.. '"i '.•'■ '.••".■»
]Uv }.; Ky. 43% 40 *- \Vn Ry ln\t. 80 31% 33
Hock Va:. .103 - 1"7 d" pref 0314 M f.4'i
do prpf... PI 91 02 \V '■:- M pr.io.i> ? M«2'i MM .
Homestakf.. ..■-:•. IT B Expresa -t m S8
]!! C 1... 98 :>■"• - *U B 1. pf..120 I!.'. 12.'.
In(C-R C 0... "0 8U — USR &R. 1" 1" 12
do rcf... MH 0- — do pr#f... 30 28 i 31« i
•Int rower. SO - 40 I' S ': ii .f 72 71 T-
Kan a, M.. .'.I 4»4 88 [VanrljHa Itll >-T. »•'.'
X & I> M.- •'• S 7 V» ICt COO 5» TO
.i.. !■: : . . S3 -'.". .13 ; Vulcan Pet. «'i •■ t-
X lofCpf 01 "4 .17 87 I do pr*f .4* •»::*. 514
jmi- c;a» pf (»> sr» I" 1 * iw &I. E 104 !i' • i"
1, E & W.. 22 2JI 24 !
•Unlisted.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened at 1 4
per cent; highest, 2 iier cent; lowest, 1% per rent;
last loan, 2 per rent; closing. IV"- I"' cent: ruling
rate, i", per cent. Time money was readily ob
tainable, the supply exceeding th» demand, which
was not especially heavy. Rates, 2^i@2V> per cent,
for sixty .Ih\^. -".■4 for ninety days. 2% for four
months. 2* 4 <riZ for five and six months 3>2'{i3 3 ; for
over the year. Mercantile paper «i is Issued in mod
erate volume, and there was ready absorption of
the higher grade. !. Rates, Z^ii'.i\ per cent, for
sixty and ninety days' Indorsed bills receivable. V-j
ig4 for choice four to six months' single names,
4»^<as for those of the less well known variety.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. f..rc!t.-'i exchange
market opened firm, with cables quoted at 4.8803(3
4.< m:.. demand sterling at 4.57-Vi!-t.5785 and sixty day
bills at 4.86^04.8635. Short francs were ■'■'.'; : i '•■>-
l-32f<i5.l'i'/i. and for short rekhsmarks 96 ."•-: r •(/'•."• ."-ii'>
plus 1-32. The market was a shade easier in the
afternoun, sterling showing a decline of 5 points,
Cables were quoted at 4.B>*vj4.S.yir.. demand sterling
tit 4.S7 a i bid and asked and sixty day bills at 4.5»",t 4 .
Short francs held around .^lK 1 * lew 1-32, and short
reichnmarks at 96 5-1669 5-in pli s i-3l'.
Bankers posted rates wore as follows:
Sixty ilavs. I>f:inand.
Pterlln^ ..4.87 4.SH'-,
Ocrman>". r^iciismarks . '.•." P.»'j
r«.rls, fran s ......... - .'..lf. 7 . ■'■'•'•
Belcium. francs .■!■'■ .■.!«'«
Kwltxrrland. rrenrt ... .'■'-. 5.1.'.
Holland, guilders ..... «0 a » 40 1
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston, 10c discount:
Chicago, We premium: Ban Francisco, sight 2c
premium, telegraph 4c premium; New Orleans,
commercial 25c discount, bank JI premium: Charles
ton. tiuylnß pur. selling 1-10,- premium; St. Louis,
ate premium bid, Me premium asked.
HANK CLEARINGS.— Now York. exchanges
1367.434,377, balances. $17,608,635; Baltimore, ex
chances J4.544.602. balances 1«61,296; Philadelphia,
exchanges $20,733,308, balances $2,354,261: Boston, ex
changes J27,223,5»n, balances J1.7C4.170; Chicago, ex
chanties m.982.991. balances $2,912,497.
9IL,yER MARKET. — Commercial bar silver,
50% c. ' Mexican silver dollars; Mi Bar silver In
London closed at 237 I6d, an advance of l-16d.
GOLD PREMIUM. In Madrid 11.63; Lisbon, 18.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchanjfe on
New York Is quoted at L'.OIV
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS. receipts
reported from Washington, $t.n0.075: internal reve
nue receipts. 1816,878; miscellaneous receipts. $«7.
054. Receipts for the day, $2,614,® 1: expenditures.
$2,030,000. Receipts for the month to date, $12,881,
>iT(i: expenditures. $11,820,000: ex.<-ss of receipts.
$1,061 816. Receipts for th* Baeal year to date.*s4s3.
533.5?1: expenditures. 1542.201.616: excess of ex
penditures. $88,367,625.
Si;B-TRKA.srHY.-The Bub-Treaßur.\ v.f.s debtor
to :: .. ■ Rearing House $1.1<52,080. ,
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
»Furnished by Van SchalcU * Co.'. No. 7 Wail »>i^tt.»
Bid. Aiited.] n«i. A?k»d.
I nitad R»tlma: .11. ll^iiCotton fiu.k •■ 7
.1 . Ihimiiwi.... M\ ~>4\< dn inromjs Z\ 2-".
do 4»... 84 >>»'«iNorf I;- a. 1. .'..- 0.". <>X',
IJB4 v T... - ;<'»iL.iKiit & r irtr.. ;n so
,1., Incomes.... 'l. 1-'; do 4>,! Pi H
do I*l* 42^ i 4:i'«|Chnn City R: r.«.10i i"".
Seaboard Co n . 13 I ''ha- fon !".:•■ 5a S7 -.v
do Ist pref 41.'4 I .' 71 ■ -.in Trust..- '■■ It'i!
do -•1 l>ref ... -• Ss ilnioii Trust 88 7^
>«nl>..Mr.l A I. 4» 71' 4 71»»!Thtrd Nat Bal k.llfl ij.i
do 1" !-pr ."is. :••*'. «« IFliielity a.- .>ei'..l';! i.VI ..
CVnsol C-8S — 103 IMarylnn.l Tru t.. ft) -„,
do Si I«Ti 101% Nor Cent r:>....KH.i !"•• 3
Fifth Avenue Trust Company
Fifth Avenue and 43d Street, New York, X. V. Acts as
Trustee, Guardian, Executor. Allows interest on deposits sub
ject to check. Issues Travelers' Checks and Letters of Credit.
Safe J^posit Vaults.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
The trading in the market for outside securities
continued on a light ecale, while price fluctuations
showed only small changes. The general tone was
irreKulnr. In some issues firmness was manifested,
while fractional recessions took place in others
The bond department continued the feature, with
Southern Pacific 4s the principal issu<>. In the
industrials American Light and Traction ww off
about 2 points: American Tobacco was «tronfc:
Standard <HI was steady. International Smelters
was quoted for the first time, advancing from 135
to 131 in the bid.
INDUSTRIAL.
Shares I I Open- I High- i Low- I Last
sold, | I in?. I eat. | est. | sale.
110! Am Tobacco i 390 i 396 ' 390 ; 304
I.ar>o Stats Gaa....| r t ! 15-16 18 16 l'«
2,800|O»Jort« Mfi? j 32 : 33 31%» OK
100 Gen Bee Display.! S'-i 5 V Mi , «Vi
-.'<■'• Tnternat Pm & R.I 131 ' 131 j 130 ; I*'
400 [« T Kngine 62 ; *3 , 62 ; 63
2T.' Standard Oil 6fl» 670 6»«> ! 670
22T. I Standard Salt | 6*' SHI 6S! 6^
RAILROAD.
Shares j ,' Open- | High- | Low- I I^ist
sold. I I in?. | est. I est. , Bale.
idOlAn Light & TYa<- 102 I li>2 | 102 i 102 '
.< do rr"£ — kM I I°* i 1 06 I 10Pl
100 Chic Sub ' 27 [ 27 27 27
13<»l Seaboard 18 [ »15U M ! ' r - : *
MINING.
Ehsrea | i Open- i High- i Low- I Last
sold. | i ing. | est. | est. 1 sale.
35.800 tAiaska Mines ... M ! «> | 61 i 6» '
I.OOOlßcston Cop > 12 I I?'* 1- < 12'»
2,500 i t<>" rights i «i «l *i *
JK.H»,^Brad?hav I M j 41 1 ♦" 41
10.« V*» tCobalt Crnt ♦<• 4" 38 , 39v»
LOOoltO <> D Conaol.. »!«(»[«
I.2oo: tComblna Frac ..]*l IK ,$1 17 *1 14 $1 14
3.2<«> tCom^dore Gold M l" I 1.1 ■ 12 ■ 12 i
1.700 Cum" land- Ely M. 1 7 13-18] 7 T . 7 11-1« 7%
l.WiO'lv-Daly C 3d I P 5 3 !«■ •'•'« 5 •''• 16 ■•>
6<V> lN.uK:a« IV, . ... ; T « ' '.' » -• '-' •
Tn<> El Rayo ! 3 . •"■ . J j f
300 tE3y Coaaol 1". ; 19 IS i '■'
s,«W.,tEureka, «W.,t Eureka Mln ... ! .'• i 5 I • .
3J Plt»t Nat Cop.-'. .1 •>'« I «'« «J« •» ♦
B0! Florence ■ 3 &-* »*-»»»;« 3 » 1«
I.soo|Glroux M.in I 1-18 . «i 7■» o 8 .
f. 975 O •:■!'. -i I Con ....8 1-16 *".i I 3 1 -!•> 8 3-16
7«00 tGoldfleld Daisy ..' 18 48 4-. 81
2.71.. Gold Rff ' I',: » ]„ »
! 500 Oreeni Can ... ! 10' i 10*4 '"'• Jf*
».Soo'tHar«Tav*H ..... ' B» I 62 -I 88" b
250 Imperial Gold .... ■"•*•' •"• .- f~» j'
200 Indian Val Cons.. S ; •!'• •" . ■"
1 000 ■- Lake 7 , 713 i« 7-, T 15-M
L'SaolLTßoee Cons ::i« 13 i« <■> 13 i« «ji « 13-1*
£ ... +Llttlo Florence..! .">'; 5J4 fjl »3
110 'Mason Vhl .. 3H •::-. ' ■' - *'-■
<™ tMcKtn-Dar . 88 B» 8» P»
2.- Miami Cop ... i 14 « '«'» 14 ,-* 14^»
2.200 Ml ir.3 Mines ... I I 1 * »
] 800 Mines Co of Am/. »• ; 11-16; ' "-1*
3.000! Montej of CX. - » -■ » !
r^^v^o^:::::! " ! iS 45 «£g
700 :Nlptsnlnsj Mines. l»% 1". • ( '";■* %
k4OW Ohio Cop ' C -jV £
!0.(»iO;tOtls«e J BSi M ; W', SSt^ t
HOOlPrecJoiw Metals .. - - i;.* J * •.»
DOO Exploration.':.: - » .; * ; -»l r *"♦
14.0001 tßawhlde ••■•alii! -n «-• «•. »•* •>*
inn Ray Consol ( 14 . " 1 « 14 f J*
1 ..mi Red Top I^aslnc, • _' . .',. Jj,
1 300 Search rt MA M '-'.» *" ; -.*! "tT
2 srin Stewart .... . , » .» CI * I „»
SOlTonopah Mln .-. - . •; * , I* - $.! i 4^
.. -. f-:in .... •on ; •■ ; »i. * 3 |
K-.o Yukon Gold mass ■»'» 4'4i 4H, 4*
rNRKi;i.STKREP bTTx"KS.
'" WltAtlanU 1 1? I M I » I 14
3.ol* Branch Mint ....; •> j ■ j -5 »'.:
l?H^-:::: & & *- »>
20.. Elj Wltrh { /*' .* .* =•*
8,000 tGoldfteW Daisy L.; 4 _ » j ♦ |
TOO Tim Butler ! 1»" J* \l . £
,„, Silver Queen i *& ; " ' ** ■ *
BONDS.
Open- r Hllth- Low- ; I^»t
c a> , i 1 inr. 1 est. I est. I sale.
\ STy i«v <*^ f* 1 *
'io ris-hts 1 .„!• «/>«i m! ,»,• i(V»vt
Tidewater 6<.BOte.| I^*l »«*» «*>| >^>
Rs ;«5 1-lVw 1-16103 l-l«|w t-M
•i_»d<l lots, t^ells cents per share.
CONSOLIDATED ] EXCHANGE.
It was a market in which the standard Isaacs
were eglected most of the time, with a great
deal of attention paid to such stocks as Corn
Products, Ice, Virginia Chemical and Colorado
Fuel In the case of Corn Products the volume
of sales was unusual, more than 9.000 shares
changing hands in the course of the day. One
line of i 1i 1 500 shares of this stock was liquidated
by a commission house, but it was readily ah
sor«>eit by the floor traders, who were in posses
sion of a tip that the price would be put to that
of Beet Sugar. The professional element was de
cidedly mixed In its opinions regarding the Imme
diate future of the market, with the majority view
In the later dealings favoring lower prices. The.
final sales of most of the leading Issues were »i
to ! i of a point below the dosing figures of the
New York Stock Exchange. Amalgamated Copper
closed at 76-^. J i under the other board, and St.
Paul at 149 a s . also '* under. There was a gen- f
era! tendency to even up outstanding contracts j
because of the approaching three-day holiday. LV- [
tailed operations follow: j
STOCKS.
Shares! , open- I High- I low- I Last
801.1." I . la* I esl - ! est - I sale - j
~:M7ujAmal Copper ■■■■ 78H! 7*% j 76 i 76S
a» Am Best Sugar... M ' »"» 34\] 34.*
230| Am Oar * Kdry.. *>•> fOJ* 4t)S *\)\
8401 Am Cotton 0i1... I 53 \| 54 »i 63 U\ 64 •*
ISSOAm Ice . " ■ •*-■»'»! ■* , »•*
liki mh l»c<>nn)ttv« ... 6T>S! WIS MS 63S
» 270 Am SmelUng ■■•- : BS* »» BS^» ! ">"»
ISO Am 8001 132S 1H - 7 »- 13: > 132%
•"10 ' Vnaconds Copper. 44 * 45 j 44 44*»
1.100 Ateh Top & 6 r.. I»T\ 108H 10« T i| 3O«J 7 »
'.Vii'Halt & Ohio ; l'- 112 s*;5 *; ll«"»j 112S
4.410, Brook Rapid Tr. : 7« » TT 1 ; 7»«S Til
lujcan I'acltic , 176 176 , 1T« |KB
lio'ontral Leather..! SDH - I ' "> , --•'» -".»'«
4.34O;(*hes & Ohio 7251 T.T. 72 1 , 73'»
1«»> .•!....• & Alton I TO'-.- 71 •» 70 71 i.
220 ChlQ iit West. - • , 6 I •'■ ■ 5
2.420 Chic Mil &"St P.. l.» « ISO* 14S»H 14!' »
L4«O\X)I Fuel & Iron.. 36H 37 * ■»»« 37
110 CD! Southern 82% 1 Ml«M l « 82% «i:' l i
lnjVnnsol Gas .... 187 1 * l.^T 1 * 137 I *' 137 4
».(«o|Cora t'n..!u.-t* ... 33% 2SS ; 22H 23
310,I>en & KU> Grande 4844 41> l « 454 4«> ! ;
I<>| do i rrf STS ■ S>7H STH >«7*»
30 Dim Securities ... '-> : ' '« • >? » W> 81 8 •
7f1.» !:ri., .. . • -TS; 21>H S> l i »'i
10 <lo Ist j>r«.f . 4.". ■ I 4.".'- 45'» 45'j
160 Ot Northern pref. !»««» 1 146 T » 146"« 14«S
260 Inter-Met | Ha 14 1 * 14 : * US
1,720 do pref ' *-\ «'i 42V» 43V» .
60 Illinois central .. 14«'* 14t»S I4rt'"%i 14t$ l » i
.:li> Kan C Southern.. 4«S I 46S ; 45 T i 4«;» .
::o|l»uia .v Nush I 135 135 : ]« | 133 1
430 Md .vntral I "*K 24 T »| 24' i 24' i 1
170 Mo Kan & Texas. ) 42 | 42 ! *1»» 41 '» '
CU'Mo PaiMflc . 73'» 73"i 73 j 73 l * :
«M National Tynd ... ! 84 .' l <4', 88% R3 »
■t"n N' V ivntrnl ! 130S I.TOS UO% 130H I
.TOOiN V Out & We-t. 47 H 47 1 » 4«\ 4rt\
•i.M. Nor Pacific 146 s * 147 V 145*. M«S
r.20 iVnniiylvanla 134S - 134 » 134 l * 134 l 3l 3
1 :;:.:i People's i;as .... lISS 11»>H lir.S 116 l »
. 70 I'ro»».-<1 Steel r-ar. I SX HH | . 37»»: 37' a
27.80i> Reading I ISBH l»S ; 13K»i > 137 1 *
Inn Republic Steel ... 221$ 22 l i| 22« i S<4
iSO Rock Island ) -.".'« 25 '« 1 25 . ;:■*•'»
4»JO .i • pref ; •■••• i 88 , «4 T «; 88
•.»»!.>. I .iit;. ... ... : 123 ; 122 I*.1 *. i2i'.-! 121*;
Ittli Southern lly .....| 2>> ■ s»»i 26 ! 2H ! «
IH> Texu 4 Pacific, i 33**1 V'« ::.; . :Us'«
180 Third AY» ..... ', '.".•S i --.•S 2!» | .1'
:-..:.::>i Cn Pacific .. .. i IJ>7 T », lW«r IS7\ 181 .
i!.'»i< ■ .S rfte"! .... I 3"» s »j .'.<>»» 4O»« >»'*
mi ('.,1 pi - ■'. .. I 113**1 113*«: 113'»; 11.T.t
m rtah Copper I 43 j 4:; -i 13 . 4."
810 Va i'ar c*hem ... 4!V l i! 4»i*»: 4.*. 1 46S
Wabairi •■ IH'ii l»*»i IH'» l"'a
I 4«» do pref ! 47**1 47 » 47 • 47 1 *
47" Wis Central | '.I. .*••".'• 01H! •"••" «
111,340 Total sal« |
MINING. I
Shares I ! Open- I Hiirh- j l>ri\\- ' \tm9\
.Old. i ; ing. I ••*■ i *»t. j Hal.. '
-iMMt |;i,,.- Hell i "*'•- ■•»•-« .04U! '•-»-,
:<iM,.,i.h rntclion ...! 1 19 : 1 la ' I. IS ; I.M
11-. . ..niM<xk I -23 I .2T! , ■ i .23
HOVU.-on «.•«! *. Va....i .« I .«« : «•-• I 83
•ioo <J«idnel.l l>iilsj ..! .4- , .»s | .47 j »7
I .•.•'.-, 1 ;..|.im. i.l cons ..., B -•'• ! .5.2.V . S.l2 1 ;! s 124
6001 Mexican ! -75 ; .75 ! -7JV | .7.*.
•.!•• Montgomery Mt..l .88 | 'is . .«•,«•- : .«ifi'-i
.UNI „,.',., : ll" i «•!<• II" i I.H»
I ?ini dr.. ....... i 1" i -11 .1" I .11
••0 QuU-kstlver .'!.?7'ti 3.37'ji 3.:!7'»! 3.37 : »
.-.»«» Red mil ! .10 I .10 ; i'» ! .10
VH'iSiiNage .12 .12 i .11 I It
1 iiki Silver Pick .... .IS ! .17 ; .IS I .17
SO Tonopati .... 6.08 I <-.."-> • «.-•.<■> ' 6..T"
SOOtTelkxt Jacket .., .71V .71; .TlH] .71-*
|i>.!.-.-. Total sales.
NOTICE.
To the holders of th« First Mort?ags Fl-.-» P«r •-«■•
Gold Bonrls of Th« Denver Tramway Tower Comsat.
Th» undersiKned. Trustee under the deed of trait
securing the tvonds above mentioned. hereby riraa
public notice that the following bonds are callad tar
redemption and payment pursuant to the provision.
of said deed of trust, viz.: *
Bonds numbered 2«. 40. 47. 114. 203. 211. 378. BB>
47«. 4SI. 45.',. 4!>_. 501. 613. 516. 51«. 323. 336. 533, Hi
»-.'i... 601. 70-.. 7:16. HOI. »7rt. 975. 9SO. 1010. mii Ift3
10.'.0. ll«8>, 1123. U2K. lUO6. 1209. 1270. 1283? 123*
IXlt*. i:««>. 140<>. 14<iS. 1412. 111*. 14^f».
On the t.'.fh day of Mar. 190». and that from, aa*
after, said date, interest on said bonds will e«as«.
Said bonds, together with the coupons r«pr«Kstlaa
interest thereon, may be presented for payment t*
the undersigned at Its office In th« city of Denver
on. or nt any time after said l.'th day of May lafla*
' THE INTERNATIONAL TRUST COMPANT
By THEO. G. SMITH. Vlc» PpeaWeit.
Denver. Colo.
XO*ERBX O*ERB0 0 .
* v TRUST CO. C^
348 FIFTH ATE.. COBWEB MTH ST.
66 Bwsj. 100 W. l=Mh St. ■ 3d At-. and I4»t«j a*,
ANLAGESUCHENDE LESEN
The Wall Street Journal
Trust Company Statements,
REPORT op> THF COHWHUH
THE NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY
AT THE CLOSE OF BCSIXESS ON THBJ
JiTH DAT OF MARCH, Wo9t.
RESOURCES.
Bonds and mortgages - I-.813.571M
Stock and bond Investments. viz.:
Public securities (book value. $2.2<M.
447.37), market value . ; 201 447 XT
Other securities (book valu» J11.4r>3.
>Vj»>.4S,i. market value 11.535.535 7*
J-oar.B n.578.«1iia
Overdrafts 03.11
Real estate N"n»
L»u« from trust companies, banks «nd
bankers ? 513.279**
Specie 6.1^,8743
Legal tender note* and notes of national .—
banks 51.7CW.53
Cash items Non»
Other assets, via. :
Keorganlzatton advances.. 1.732.6J
Accrued Interest entered . .. Non«
Accrued interest not entered 513.4«3.<N>
Total ... Jt39. 713. 705.14
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock $^.OOO.P<K>.O<»
Surplus, includine all undivided profits... 10.55.T.5R5.311
Preferred deposits 5.175'.4«2.5T
DapoattS) (not preferred). . . 24. r>27. 103.32
Due trust companies, banks and bankers. a .S4 2*7.23
Certificates of deposit (not pf d. 1 . T.24<\ 08151
Total deposits |43b29<MM&33
Borrowed money ,Non«»
Oth»- liabilities, vlx. :
fnpaid dividends Son*
(.ertifled checks Z23L3ML3O
Tteser\-e<l for taxes v^.f-AO.ort
Accrued Interest entered ' •' 741.93
Accrueii interest not entered 432.753.0*>
Total ?.">{*.! 13. 703.1*
Stat* of New York. County of Xew Toirk. »s. :
OTTO T. BASNARP. President. ana IT. E. r^KrSf-
MONP, Tr»a».. of The New York Tl— ■ rrp»ny.
located and doing business at N>>. -•' Broad street, fa
the City of New York, to sail crav.iy. being da>
■■worn, each for himself, la' • the foref?rni:sr report il
true and correct in all respects. tr» the best of hi?
knowledge and belief, and they further «iav that t!!«t
usual business of said trust company has be»n trans
acted at th» location required by the •-. - ■■■/ La?r
rCtaap. 659. Laws of 1982>. and not elsewhere; a=4
that the above report Is made In compliance with »i
nfUclai notice received from the S'lpTintendan? «>•
Banks, <le<iiKnaT'.:!«; th« twenty-fourth da-«- of slar^i.
lt»OJ> aa the day of wMrh «.; .-. rent I shall be ciade.
OTTO T. BAXSARP. Pi ertdniil
W. E. DR.rMJfONT>. Treasurer.
Sererallr «absrrlbed and sworn to by both partis
Cnd day of April. l? 09. before m*.
[Seal of Not-.- MONTROSE STCART.
Notary FuMlr. New York f^'ir.f
WHEAT.
ga> s : I Opea- i Ili^h- I Low- I tart.'
bush.) i in «- I *»*• • est - I •*»*?
g9O~OOO May option *1 24. *1 25Hi$l 31.3 l . %^ 25H
4^.0001 July option ! 1 10S 11 12 i 1 0!> T » 111 n
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing 1908-
(Faralshe* bj Swartwoßi & AprenxeHar. N.j. *> Pis»
»• M '
Price 4 in' Ajprcs.
Name and maturity. BWL Askfl. rieii:
American Oas* 4 p c. March 15. 1311 9V-, Jf
do 4P c. March 15. 1312 »7>» 9.H 4-»
».m Tel & Tel » p ••. January. lM^.. 101 », lOTH ' V
At Coast Line 3 pc. March. 1888>....1« V>:* i*>
M Tohio •PC July. »M .. VKi !•>=-, -2
Ch" & Alton 5p c. January W2...W . ]«]> £•
»■ CC*st I. 5 p .-. June. IW I 101 '». 1"! » 4.-*
I*l & Hud e.iulp 4^, pc. July. 1983.103 I'-^j 4.1»
interboro R T S p C March. 1910. . . . ...
do 8p c. May. It'll l"Si J"..*. 4.^>
X City Ry * ii '• p c Sept. 1912.... M »'. *1»
X City So 5p c. April. 1912 £*• • l'«» ♦ 4.9"
Lack* Ste«l 3 lj. C March. !»!'> ..... T.v
I^ic* S4MSo 5p c. Feb. 1910 101 WV» ?45
stich or.t r> p•• Pebruarr. 1910... 101 101H *4#
Mich Cent 5p c. February. 1910 101 li'l-* *«
Ulnn &St L 5 c. February. 1&11-- 90 J » !«•> , *••»
NY C&HR 3p c. rein 1910 ... 101 301'J 3.45
* <!o equipments }pc, Nov. 1909-'l9 4H% to Ti be»»
NTXH&It 5p c. W»-*l3 M»M* 2"2-, , —
Norf A TCeet 8 p -. May. MM 101 '» 1"1 . X»
I'ennsylvanla 5p c. Mar 15. 1910..U.1'* JW'» 3-4»
Pub Serv Corp 5r c. Nov. 1909 » JW« *1«
St LMA ME 4', Pc. » 19tn>..l^ l'-J.» j^
St L 4 San Fl■ -. Jan. 1911 88 P . » A=?
do 4-, pc. Feb. 1312 »„ *' *J?
Southern Rj 3p C t->b. 1910 •« « » . M
do rt pc. May. Mil. » » 10»«i S.»
Tidewater 6p c. June I*l3 H>l» '.-.. J=J
I ■Wabaah 5p c. May 18 1888 M» J«^ - ■'"
West El 4M* pc. Aur. 1910 I">>H 1"! » S-"
BANK STOCKS.
iP.eported by Clinton Gilbert. No. - TVall street.)
ISM. Asked. 1 B!i. Askel
America ... 375 ■"." I : '•-"••:• ... . 62* «*>
'Jm EKtiatuf. 2T" »» I Lincoln 43> 439
*-?ra National l^' I* Manhattan C*.. » ;^
Bronx Borough TV ■— Market 4 W.. =W -•«
Baiter, Far^ KB l«r, ? Me;ro?oUs 3.5 -
Hattery Park.. 1J" — i Mechanic*' 2B<> . 2«
Howerv •-■• S^ I *' ■ Mercantile . !>--» JrlT*
Uut.-h v lirov. 14" 136 Metropolitan... ll*.» 19=*»
I N^-. -»- 2» v- bants .... l<
Out rv IT'- 173 ' -0
Chaae ' -.%
Chatham . Sg W8 Mtrtoel ...
Chemical - 4.. . ■« : « > j Nassau *» _^
Cli Cent Na: 130 188 Nat Copper — • -"*
Ctv -V-> .T52'.» N V County .... 730 -
SSSsStS ? ISa#s I*
jssS « 5sf»S:;S |
•onEvHan^ 535 343 Northern Nat.. - M
SS mver.. k . IM l» 245
Fidelity ..:.:: !«-» I' 3 l'*'i ■" . 47» #*
First National. .* — , ,■' " <k.i 281
Fifth National 908 BBS
Fifth AT«nu,..e.«o
gii :::::: ǤS d .:::::: | -
German-Am .. 140 — Sherman - «J>
German Ei.-li. 4?0 — State • — -^-- 'Z. IJS
gSas.:::: S *> g? JS M
3 - Me:::M c :::- S -
•New.
-•-
BOSTON STOCKS.
(burnished by R. L. Pay * Co.. No. 37 Wall
*,„ 4 A ,bany^# Con,.^>
FitchburK 1»f..133H" 1.V.4 ! Copper Ran«e M. '• « Jj^
NYNH*»I-1«« 1«i'»l Franklin >!:: •...-- I** „
„, , . ',.,„„, H«J •'•* U^ranby Mir. --. -»
W^tKndit'HvW'.. -..7 >l^.- .'on Mm... « «T*
V a" rr"f.: ... .H«> HO I Mohawk Mln g% g
M r^ Co ->^.
„ . pref MS W Mln ■£* #,
v. Tel T i ; o ITl«. «.W*;Qmncy Mln ... <* .*
T |« Z- ;,. l 3? « ? %
V,',,ef.' ... : 7.! 7s if S Smelters Co 4.H .*^
Vn -Shoe Mach.. 54* .v»V dorref '«H j^
•• . ■ - • ■■■ ■■ aft
Arcadian Mm... 4-, iilM»Mt.» * *h
Atlantl.. M1n.... 12 «f.. *> P^f »^ .*»
Shannon Mm.... i»'. USjltah .... *"
United Fruit.... Ml 13» I
• v-kert.
NEW YORK AND OTHER GAS SECURE 6*6 *
Bid. A*V*d. i . ■*"*»
%m UA Tr ...UH> 1!* i 'Jackson Gas *• |" lO i>
i- pr*f I"* 10« i'Kan City 1 " •^■," lt «
Bait con 6. 101« i lAtVlnsSMj .W. Ist Ss.lOJ , #
do rnn Ist Be.lti — j Mutual •--■•-■;• 'l'^ IOCS
•Bln«ham G ss. 95 08 -N Ara i G!« 55.1«
Htiffalo Gu 7 9 »N T4 E R 39 .iv* w
do ... .«i4 -— 1 *do m »•■ - S at
•On m '! .-.*.. 100 H^iStPaterson 4 P «■ '; *--
Cn»C Con lal Ss.ttn 104 I -Pitts Con G *"' «i -»
C POftC con SB.taa 133 I Standard Sj ld »
■^h P•; ret »'.!«! Mi I do pref... £J 38
• •on -.as N J Ss. W « | «St I Os« 6s i--.^ IS*
do .-•> 81 M >« T.! *Tr os. - ■■ ja
•do pr Hen Bs. loo 103 |St Paul Gas 5s .. >" -^
•Eu l»t on 5-..1«>t., 107 •>< -a « Ist £ I™ "f «
Indianapolis Gas 25 S3 ISyra L« *P »» W ,
•And interest-

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