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Henry Clews & Co.
BANKER?.
11. 13. 13 AND 17 BROAD ST. *
Investment Securities.
«t«rka and bonds bought and so.l on Commission:
aflT«Ace» made thereon t-'.v
tot»re«t allowed on daily balances subject to caeca:
'letters of credit
... ... Avaiiab'e the "World Over.
Members »w York Stock Excban«e.
THE REGULAR DIVIDENDS
Paid by the 60 Oldest New York City
Banks during the past 15 years amount to
$130,218,000. In the first 5 years the
amount was $24,865,000: in the second,
$38,110,000; in the last $67,243,000.
CLINTON GILBERT, 2 Wall St.
r New York Stock Exchange Securities ">
bought on the
Periodical Payment Plan
are purchased outright on a moderate first
payment and are not subject to margin calls
!u case of sudden breaks In tbe market
Write for full particulars.
CARLISLE & CO.,
Bankers and Brokers, 74 Broadway. N. Yj
WANTED:
M*> Drairr & North western Railnay Stork
».->n.f>oo I>en\er * NorthweMern Hallway «••
.M».COO Denver Tramway new 5*
?s.aj«o l>en«er Tramway Tower Imp. ••*
•_-5.« Mi !>en*eT «ia« & Bluartr 5«
20« Denver nlon Water com. * pref
500 Colorado Telephone
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
30 Broad street. New York.
Telephones 5140 to M."S Broad (Inclusive).
WANTED
! Underlying Stocks and Bonds of th» Metro- j
politan Street K. . Co.
JOSEPH WALKER & SOXS
Metnberd of the New York Stork Exchanfe.
j 20 BROAD STKEET >EW YORK. '
Freeman, Rollins & Co.
BANKERS AMI BROKERS-
Member* New York Stock Exchange.
25 nnOAD FT.. NEW YORK.
M CONGRESS ST.. BOSTON".
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FRED'K F. MARQUAND
Member of Consolidated Stock Exchange aC 9 T.
Tele. 3C30 Broad. 35-37 BROAD ST
Write lor mr opinion on the Stock Market.
"7852 1909
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
36 Wail St.. New York
Members Investment
N.Y. Stock Ex. Bond»
CURB
Vflices overlook t'uru.
.'. THOMAS REINHARDT.
38 BROAD ST., X. Y.
jjß^ in EXCIIANGKJ*!-. BOSTON. jok
-^ i nequalled Per\icc.
i' Dituuial Kit ctitm*.
KOTtCIC Of" BU3CTION <.'! MBGCTOBfa.
No indc^ndem iiv.niiuati<..as bavin* been made for on»
erircre v«Ami« to I*: filled la the I- aid of Director*
or tr* >«'«•» York Life Insurance Company at its 190»
Ejection cf Directors, ana the tuj«rinten<lent of Insuiance
havlcr as required t■• law prescribed rules and regula
tions f • r conductinc and holding said election, therefore,
pursuant to said rules and regulations, notice is hereby
«i>«r triat the 1909 i initial of members of the Board of
mrectors of the New York Ufe Insurance Company will
be held at the Hcnie Office ef the Company. No. 346 I
!;roa-!wa> . ]• the City of New York. In the Stair ■■• New
York, on Wednesday, th« 14th day or April, l&0;». the
jolls to be opened at ten o'clock in the forfnoon and to
retrain — • until four o'clock in th* afternoon of said
<2av. at which time they shall 'be c!flKd.
NEW YORK L.IFE INST"RAWE OOMPAXT.
B. JOHN* C Met AT .!.. Secretary.
■■•-•■..- ~>ih. 'T*r-
Financial Meetings.
iS INTERNATIONAL STEAM PIMP CO.
No. 115 ■.«•!»*'. New York. April 12. 1005.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS: OK THE INTERNATIONAL.
STEAM PtitP CO.
Ton are lereby notified that the Annual Meeting of the
Ptockholders of the International Stcaun Pump Co will be
held at the effic* or the Company. Hudson County Na
tional Bank Hide.. No. l - 4^ ".VtiftiinKton B« . Jersey City.
St.- .' . on Tuesday. May Ilth. ISS*. at two o'clock in the
afternoon, for th« purpose of ... Director* and for
.the transaction of such other business as may U gaily
come before the nie*tii:jf. Including the approval and
Tatification of ell action of the Board of T)lr«-ct(ir.« and of
Its Executive Committee since the last Annual Meeting
«if Stockholders. The Minute Rooks ..f the said Board of
T>lre«n««rs ami ■■'. its -ji.i Executive Committee will be at
the offi.-e sf t>: Osasaska • Inspection >>f am
stockholder of record at the time of tmU Mi i Hue In
Rcoordam-e with the' laws of the «tatr or N f Jerwy. no
Ftock can be vot'd upon that has been transferred within
twenty days re»! preceding the date of election. The
Transfer R-nviks will be closed April _■■-■■• MMB at • ■"
o'clock In the afternoon, and remain closed until May
ISth. '!•(*• mi ten o'clock in the forenoon.
By order of the Hoard of Trustees.
* IRWI.V C STt'MP. Secretary.
Dividend Notices.
IVTERNATUJNAI- stkam pTmi* (7*. """"
PItEFERREI* STOCK DIVIDEND no. 40.
Ma 115 Broadway. New York. April 12. 1900.
A r»Ru!ar quarterly dividend of One and on* '-.alf per
cent on the T > "eferre<l Sto<k of the International Steam
Turvp <■.. will be -.a". May Ist. The Preferred Stock
Transfer Hooks »ili . • -c April 2"th and reopen May
3Sth. NATHAN KI.F.IS' -Hr'.r.. Treasurer.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's • -losing quota
tions Car government honds, compared -with Thurs
da^ 'a
-April 8— -April 12.--
BU Asked. Bid. Asli-d.
IT. P. 2* isalsamil 19.10 101 '» 102 101 ' i ice:
U. B. 2a, coupon. 1330 mis 101 1 i —
■, 8. 3s. reristeted. l»08-*18.101 1 4 102 lOl'-i 102
V. F. r.«. coufou. IMS-IS . ioi 'i iom ioi ' 2 io^'i
I*. S. :,. »ra«!l bonds .!<«' — 100 _
C. B. 4*. reiristere.l. IKS 11!» llfl 3*3 * 110 li:t»»
O. S. " coup..!!. 1325 1204 120-» -
ranama -2s. rerlst»-red. tK%..Wi 101 ' i 101 101 ' i
Panama, 9a. MM . 1"1 l«'l 1"1 H>l !
nilUpptne 4* I<«' — 1"» —
l»ivtr!ct of 4"«>lumfcia 3-65» lOS^i — in*-. _*
. NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid .Asked.! " H.I A«ked.
4t,s. May. '.".7. I 111*1 illli lll :4s. Nov.. .-•-.. rK.n-'-j 101*
4VS. Nov.. T. 7. I 111% 112 3' : s. Nnv.. "33. I Pl;»
*C*. May. 17. i.ICM'« — 134*. May. 54, c. J>1 1 . »2
4 . Nov. .-.- i. .1<»1*« W8 .'•:-.- May. - .%4. iic »l ai»i
4« May. '57. 1...101', ;••- . *«s. Nov.. "1' rv.l<«2' 4 lo^i,
4s. Nov.. •OC. rs.lul'r ltil** •<■« Nov.. '*». rv.UMU W4%
•Couihjp or re6t»l*re<:.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(^"urulsf.fl b> J. Thomas lteinhardt. No. 3S H: a i -treet.
Ne» York, -and No. 19 Kxchangre Place. Cos; »
High. Ix»w. La»t.
Hay State Gas .. er. C 3 64
litaton Ely i •.' it-" 1% • i it 16
Hint* DaJaklava li^ 1..^ t .•;-»
Cubits «'v.pp»-r •! 6- , «A,
« umbertand-Uly •■ 713 16 7»« 7 S «
lia\ls-l)Miy ■ • •- •* : « •'•'•. •'■ 1^
! Iras National On;'P*r «'t «'< «>»
Oiroux <\n«o!ldated ...... 2-15 7 I.', lo 7 15-18
Helvetia tS *3 $3
Laramie, H P ft P. ..... SI IS fco
7 a P.~..- <: « SII-1C «^
McKinl«-v-t>arrajrh ST. m •..-.
Nevada Vtah *•< *J 15-10 $".
Mpi«^!»ic • 1" ■■> 1" -••
Oak < •■II""- •• « <;i » «"•'» C,
Bacca jllmuc •*•"■ a 43
JUv crniral ..... 23-16 2^16
R«r<*"»n »S lr * ir «
Hsu onto i»i paid I r '-■. 12% '"' l
Silier Qu«-n *' « 4.',
I'rtoa i'on*r ... »' *' *!
Vulture S»ine« ... »7 *7 $7
lukon G«M 4 ! « 45-16 4 s ,
- Cobalt centra! *" "'• "■•
r...i<ifie;-« t>»i*y « r . < -: 4« .
<;-il-.: ' Florence ... 3-^ 3*, m
lUte«ti«- M'.rr< •■■••Si 9.C *1
Kail Miclr.s i:xp'.<ir — ._ 00 •" •■'
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
tVura »..«J by Van ■esaateh si <:0.. No. 7 Wall *tieet.»
Bi* a-.' Bid Asksd.
Lulled Ha.l!«JLy. ll\i '2 lot ton Uuek. . . « «
<•.« lccomei " •"• XC-, da Income* 21 2T.
-V, 4, «7>i »-7N Vorf Sj a L C». 05 m-t
'Gn *X V T... - 4 ÜBkt & V uref.. 70 «<i
ia lncr-mes.... Jl»i »'- ' <lo 4V« »i <v.
in 1*!« "-•.' *■■: ••>.«« »tiy My :.< i."4 TO
•(-aboard t'>.... UN '-UiOias Con Kit 8a »>7 Si
.1ol»l ...■' . 54', r.-V^jCont Trust . I«O '.»'■
fr%—^A l>-rf 27'^' 2" ' I'olon Trust . «s 70
-♦»►-*-* A :. 4s 72 :. . Thlr.l Na« Bank. llo !'J-1
f.a 10-«vr •• SS S <- i Fldelitv & 1 «*(>.. 1.-.2 -.:.«
Zmrri Gam...]..' - '<"*• t\'.-\r ■ ;a-<I Trust.. <i 07"
"^ «■ 101 Xl« Nor Cent Uy .. . . 106 lCtt'i
STOCKS STRONG ON ACTIVE OPERATIONS
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1909.
Shares,^ , \ Op^^^£^^ j /cff&TZ |open^igi^igg»l^^
"£ pyLcM^ com^ g| »i ii fej ai a fe S aKS^KSSES&^:::::::: isg »2 >S 9S %
:-.2S Hi AlUs-Chalmers Company pr fig 47% 47* 4^ ij.- £■ :„, ,* Marine : ?« ,•% «* •% „'. v jig
24.100 -I*, 'Amalsamate,! Copper '• •> ™* M* :,\* ££• ;>T 1.320 -% Marine pr gtt » 23, -3 -. 23£
I.KO *i, 'American A sr. Chemical | 38* 39 £ • gg £,- ,-,.., , 700 + ... , Maokav Companies •« * 75% 78 78 2* 2™
12,60) -American Beet Sugar ,&V ; ; «o , «.«. «.*;« .*; „,- : M +i; Mackay Companies pr 73$ ;4is *•* gj «*
400 ! •American Beet Sugar pr j 9.W ■'-;- •■-■ --.* •;. „ - 78M + £ Mexican Central ctfs ?:* 34% \ 24% *H -4b -»
-.800 1 i. % American Can «* |* M? -» T:il B T: , . ;. , Minneapolis & St. Louis 68. » .o9 « 59£ 60
8.500 +H, American Can pr-j- — ■ :<> .<£,, iS so 2 „ HHa H>'l 210 +U4 Minneapolis & St. Louis pr 87% 87J, ■£** 87% *• - ■
UM - >-, American Car & Foundry....... 50% SOfc 49 '! i mI 1 111 nvl L 350 — - M.. St. P. &S.& M. rights 8. •■ 8U • S^ - 4QT
100 I- »i American Car & Foundry pr...j 111 111 , ill in 5d »5 B.'loo i- »i (Missouri. Kansas & Texas 42 743 42., i-> 4- /4 i:..'
28.SCW I+ 343 4 American Cotton 0i1... •-•■ i 50% "*» 49' 9 oO^« -£» gg -.„ __' Missouri, Kansas & Texas pr.. 74^,; 74% M 74% 74. .4 =
«C 4 American Hide & leather pr...; 41 ,41 40 « -< gg 4IU Missouri Pacific ! J3 787 8 74- -3Va ■< « '♦ », '**
11.395 +1% American Ice Securities « *-J» «% !:» ,gv* .-> uo ../ Nashville & Chattanooga 130 i3O ISO If ; 1-0 | 140
:: ::• tSSSS L-ar-™ .::::•::::::■ !?' «|S $ 3 1: 1 : * &GI 3H Sf&» 3A |; ;
1.4 M-i American Mail pr MJ4 -^ g^ g» v ., :l J , Jk , ( % .National RR. of Mexico pr.. 4. ■4. gj 4, |-. <» =
■« bass SS'SpJp |S S 1:, I ,rk 1 'iS ;I; I SS .^Sfc 88 ™ 6 . 1 !'". 6 : S£M %{§
. ! :h: h is£ a sa£ |» a . .&. f q g ••; |« ?»t »«»£S 'I '& 1 1| ; I
I American Tobac-c. Pr * 30 .^ „ - -.., , „ Norf ,-, !k & western 90% Wfc *^ B^* ,-
SO — | •American W oolen ;§ $i X ||* R -> ; J-2J - g North American ............ 83U - f ■! S-^ '1 V
6,600 I: 1 coast^^::::::::::::::! gj «* 1| 1 107 T e „s 10 - ; | S^pil I||gjxp» ?{ i 5;
600 : : : : -Batopllas Mining -| i|i i i 23^ 230 +% Pressed Steel Car! *»» .f ■!' 38% '% '<
100 -'« (Bethlehem Steel ::^ -^ -,*| „-,*! -g -v. - +3 ,* Pui iman Palace Car 178' 1» l'» 6 , 178^ m
6.H10 +i 8i 8 Brooklyn Rapid Transit ...^ -: .^ *. jp K^ 1; - s ; £«£ +«J Quicksilver , f* { 3,, 4 i.* V.
200 ->, Brunswick '-^ \*£ 313 . I 31% 3 i 31M: 208 +2 Quicksilver pr a » ",- » *» '40
306 -: I Butterick Company 31£ 3l», 31^ «w ggu C , .Railway Steel Spring 4' 40 -9 '« 40 gs w
10 Canada Southern Il^ I IT7W 176-bI 17T" 176* i 17? JoO •Railway Steel Spring pr ■ luO 1W ■ 100 100 ,52 1J"
1.930 •+ U Canadian Pacific 1" 177% i^a f 80% 30U 30% j loS> iw .1 Reading "fl ?■ "g* .* 810 9?*
6,100 +». central Leather 102? 102% 102T ]( , 21 102 102 M. ;" 200 +1 i Reading Ist ■•...•■•■-. $„ * » 2J :,L' 22-i
540 -:-- 4 ICentral leather pr ;«E i-- . /'- -^ 2« ' ;« fl4 .Republic Iron & Stee 22T» --> -.-* .-* "2 f g »
310 *4 Central of New Jersey -i- -4o^^ -Jr, I -i., T ;, 8 >7 7 . 4 $ „* .Republic Iron & Steel pr .lj,| .4^ .4. <4l ?j 74% .0
40,735 : +1% Chesapeake & Ohio -« 77% TO* 71U * n^ 71^ +»J Rock Island , Sfc j| 5* * Sg V-»
s^ gniSIS: mII: I ffi S pr:::::l |j |4 1 1| i|; i| :>: > ig -^ I tSS^SSS'Si: || f p §
I; i Colorado Fuel & Iron ig «g 1 1 i & ' -.-; -_ ,* Southern Pacific rights 4% 1% »s » »
8.250 4 H Colorado Fuel & Iron ( gte «» *, fi< it,.^ | _ them Pacific rights j \\ % % J» ,
M ' -■, Colorado & Southern « w» 77 » T6 , n «J » southern Pacific pr 124^ I^4 «Z *S
■ ; : Ss»l 1f: fc ||i | ! S~f ||| |g |
4 ■ :: ferig^^ rI-ff ,r s ;f : : :•• S^il Pf ' 1 1 E I
m _ % Delaware & Hudson isi l« im i l.aoo St. Louis ft Western : 64 M M BH& W%
c3,.r:3 ' -^, Denver* Rto flnu*.»- ■ |^ Jg <* g ggS (^ }"g t % Toledo' St. Louis &W«itern pr 70% 71% TO% ; ,^, ; '
U« ' +% IDenver & BJo Grande pi W »* „..;. j^J 3T !.-■* J_^ T ;, , :{., llii]M Transit WJ 10* 104 104 liM tl■• *
i SB^Blil 111 1 I IllM^S 11 lilt
1 ■■■ sfei; it I Irl 11 =s . : i:: 1111111 ftif ft
f5« +» lorn Central :, , Kn : ,, : , g^J *a 4a 4 eo< ' !?" wheeling * L*ke Brie. - W •> v « ]"^ ,'" • !.,'
•^ i _VI ak" Kr\f & Western - 3 « -' ■« - v^ -' - J ~~ r<f(g
— ""T^r^T^ 161 shares, compared with 351.297 shares for th««.rwggg lng^aj for the same period in IS* ,
Total sal"? for the da> P?*.^ .■" inclusive. 80.271.32S shares, compared with 4».SS-..0j siiarr ,^..; , I
Total pales, January I to ait.i ■-. _
•Unlisted. —
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCKS SHOW STRENGTH.
Activity in Loir Priced Issues-—
Mount and Sterling Unchanged.
Ptock market trading was active throughout
the day on a movement of values that showed
for the greater number of Issues net gains, in
spite of heavy realizing sales In all parts of
the list. While the shares which showed es
pecial strength in last week's trading continued
their upward course, the buying movement ex
tended to Issues which were comparatively
neglected in recent markets, as. for inPtance.
the Wabash stocks, which were taken by a good
class of buyers to the accompaniment of a re
vival of the rumor that the Wabash company
eventually would pass to the. control of the
Lackawanna. If the latter road wishes to ex
tend its line west orßuffalo the Wabash would
fit in well with such an operation, but from
what may be gathered from conservative finan
cial Interests who are well posted on railway
affairs the chief owners of the Lacka wanna are
wholl:- satisfied with the road's present milea.ge.
The Lackawanna practically has been rebuilt
in recent years, and both physically and finan
cially it is about as near perfect as any rail
road could possibly be. Its stockholders re
ceive 20 per cent a year, though it is earning
twice as much, and it is a question if under
the conditions affecting the property expansion
of its lines into middle Western territory would
be of any material benefit to the company.
Traders found in the strength of the so-called
Morgan stocks reason for covering shorts on
the theory that advances in mien stocks as Kri",
General KWtric. United States Pieel and Inter
national Harvester relieved a decided bullish
attitude on the part of the most prominent
financial Interests In the Street. Stock market
manipulators have the faculty at times of mak
ing the p'il>lle believe activity in shares of com
panies with which the Morean or Standard oil
name is Identlzed represents actual buying by
ti, P leading srrou" of financiers. The latter, it
may he well to bear In mind, do not load up
with stocks at his* prices, though they may
have plenty to sell when manipulation has
glared <cecuritle<! m>on an inflated basis. The
Street found an explanation for every move
ment hi the day. an' , whether (Food or bad. it
sPtis"e<l the commission ho«i»w following, <lirit
poorly bOU9**t *>n b«r»vn>-f>rl ti>"tir- cfo'-ks
T-hl.h If could not be Induced to touch a few
moMths ago. The ceneral market closed <«*rornr.
Votwithstandiner the fuel that the local Winks
suffered a considerable loss lust week in reserve
n Viv» legal rerpiiremenls. owing to a i.f-a'\ ex
pansion In loans representing the activity on
the Stock F.xchanee. there was no change in
runner rates y«sterda-- in the direction of a
stiff level, and no indications of an advance
In the immediate future. Funds Invested In
stocks return a better yield than they would
if employed in the money market, but it is
conceivable that with a constant widening in
.conciliative or-erations firmer loan quotations
will be brought about, while It is quite evident
that the current advance in stocks on wholly in
flationary conditions r^nnot run on indefinitely.
Vnder our present unscientific currency system
paper currency is increasing at a time when
the general situation would be helped by con
traction, and just as long as we are pestered
by a redundancy of paper money gold will have
the tendency to leave the country, as it has
been doing since the passing of the panic of
If>O7. At that time a large amount or gold was
Imported, but practically all of it has been re
turned, with the indications pointing toward a
further efflux of the metal in the autumn unless
the crops are unusually heavy, with large sup
plies for export, as the outlook favors a rapidly
increasing merchandise import movement in the
balance of the > ear. Imports are growing, and
following the enactment of a new tariff law the
movement will be further stimulated, adding to
government revenue but encouraging an out
ward flow <>: gold unless foreigners become larce
buyers of our securities and we have a big sur
plus of cotton and food products to send to
Kurope. The prospects for a heavy winter
wheat harvest are not promising at the moment,
as condition and acreage both are lower than
reported at this time a year ago. and it is to
be hoped, therefore, that ample yields will be
returned from the sprint; wheat and corn fields.
especially as winter wheat usually Is estimated
at about two-thirds of the entire wheat yield.
The rigid bond-secured currency is tending to
produce a period of inflation, and if the govern
ment makes another issue of Panama bonds the
opportunity of increasing circulation again will
be presented, and advantage doubtless will be
taken of St. In spite of Improving federal rev
enues in recent weeks, as reflected in an excess
of government receipts over expenditures so tar
in the current month of more tha: $500,000.
bankers believe that the fc-ecretary of the Treas
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1909.
ury soon Kill be compelled to raise additional
funds, which he may do by issuing Panama -
per cent bonds or offering short term 3 per cent
certificates, trip latter being: preferred by tne
financial community, as they are considered th"
best temporary means of Increasing the Treas
ury's working balance pending the time when
the new tariff will develop Its revenue yielding
power. The certificates would have a near ma
turity and would be best suited to the nerds
of the current situation, as circulation taKen
out against them would have only a short me.
The interior continues to send currency to tin*
centre, and though this is the period of the year
when the interior generally calls upon New
York for funds in connectiuß with the planting
of the crops and for spring trade demands.
banks at out-of-town points have been aDle to
finance home requirements without withdrawn.;,
; balances from hen Abnormally light exports
of domestic products reported yeaterds for
March help to explain the present strength in
foreign exchange.
•-
BOND MARKET SALES.
v I < •■.. Coup i "-■ '• S* M ■-" »H». '*'*
™. U ,., 8 ';.., ,4- do W U W
23000 .!.;••■. W%l vnn > f' £'•
g« zz 2*2 * n % \™& t:..m::-:^
1000U : ■■ 4, - • •" '• A " i( ' ; ",,.,
10000 Rep of tuba D».I<KI , ' !3*! 3* ••.-• ••••" „i
; ..... S , aul • .".a JUt«. W,l •'"'" I. ••■ ■- Unified 4s . ',
;.-...«. N \ City 43 WOW d" ,»
„,. ,f,, f , . 11KMU <lo "' »
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r, (>| do ',' ' lO2\»| '»*" M" '"" •»» .- - I"i '""
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, : ,;.... do 112 ii 1'""1 '""" 1 d " ;• .--a
i<«Knt do 4s r>",7 1"'"» •"■""' Mcl Si Ry Orn .'>s Hoi*
p.i.M, All. i'sus 3'ii" U:"V '""" M.-x Cent I ton 4s. B ■
11<««> Allis-<'imlm 85... *.V» < '"•"' ' lo •• :"•'' "':' *
IOOU Am Hid. ft LUs9B . I »'""' £"*«*•• .'■"*.'- .•- '
H««> Am Ie- Sec <13.. 7<>V -""■• » * ?t L. "*f «». *..
■uuo do 77 ■ Bono ''" "a**
1 „«, »,,. Tel* Trl *'*■" Mil X A Uk lit ..11l
Col 4» • 1 *""' M X * T '■' 4*4 * ] ""''
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Soo .ir. •• • ••-•. tjlJi)( , jj nt ; -- .■' Mcx . 1
7.v»». do i"- : - i •'" " r * T " S -SM » ;
444 .-> do ::h;:-::-::k ; :i««*!«j5» ••■' M%
GMW ri<, 1 ,,24 -;'""' do I' 4'»
i'"»«- Am Tobacco tis..ll<>'.j ]<""• '■" '■•" «■■ g
■M 0» 6<, 11" IMI ° d " 8S
3.«.-» .10 4« 78 ■»""' V Air Brake
5000 ,),, 78«4 Convt «'.» 110
l«uuii rt.. " " 78T»: 2000 N V c Deb 1884. f*4->* |
whjo do r*"KMI;II 7»' (4J«»K» do !»«', j
1IK)<«> do Kf-K 7814| • >OI> " "'•' ; t ' 4 ','» i
■■-«-• itch Top & s F •"•'"•" ■'■' '■"' »*• '•■ i - {
AdJ 4 « . ... i,4 13000 da 1. d Col :; : ,'. M
2v»k< do Gen •4«.:;..10'>T4 -'""' dl "*'•*
2,*. H , d.» 101 I wne n v l & W Term
Illli do lOO'-il & Ir "l' 4* ...100 »
, GOO do 100H|1«*X>N V N II A. H
1000 d ■ Ilfß . l'«» i •*•* '•' 135
S2OOO do '•■ bvi 85.V.108% S" 00 <! " 138
,;,»>, do . .. . 1O«S • "'* ' do O»nvt 3'ts. . H»3'-i.
13000 do .. i ..His". s "<"' do 108
7000 do 108 I«>HK» d.. 103? i
IMhiici do Convt 4- I<>7*» '£><**> do H>.V-j .
0000 do .10TH 25000 do I'M**'
1500U do 107Hi"*°°0 do l"4 I
70i» do Trmn 81. 4s X.'i I 3»mi N V O * W R«f ,
i »hi» da ... W.H] <s »>
4<>iki da to 4 10000 Sort * W Con 4« '.•K I *
1000 At Coast 4s . <>Vi:&4'.iO>> do Convi «■.... W}i
3900 d.» «7S|H ' K>> <'«> n%
I«"hki dj 1, & \V 4a. li'»«») do 88
iooou do ....... Mt 7 *| 2000 jo Dlv 4« R3% ,
4«<N> HA (i Gold 4s..KH> : >, | 8000 No P«c Hen ;ts... 7.'. i
3SOOB do l'«> ; » •'"<""• do Prior 4a 103 !
lOIXH do PLE 4 W I lot) " d.. 10 -"«
VMS I*4^l 40*10 •!•> :....103
■am do . . f*4 I 1000 Or th L. Ist >■.. ir.»
0000 Batb Steel to. . . K"»4! •'"""' ''•" Tin*;
aOBO do B8!4 JOOO .1.. lis' a
10000 B It Tt Gold Ds.lfx; MOO do Ist Con .'.a 11 >!'-.•
i MOO do . l<«t»U 2000 do <;M Itef 45.. M
3<«mi<> do 4« . («H4 i* 1 "" *> !*" : »
UOOO do .... BSH •">"""' do sISK. ft-'. 1 * !
3"dfX) do WH 10000 do US*.
80000 do R.",% 7000 I' ac Tel A Tel Os
BOH do sr.'il Hcts OR^i I
lf*H> Hush T»rm 45... OH4 16000 do 1>T T »
4SOOO Cent leather Bs. J»S'i 62000 do Ms
I 2000 c at N 1 Gen ris.lSn : H »> ''«" nn <ronvt 3'is.. i»S ,
l«t0O C Pac Gtd 4«. .. 97* 40000 do »<»
! SOOO do . BTHI^OOOO do K»'i
■ 25000 da 87% 10000 do — lt»'«
500 ,],, . M 78000 da 3'im 1815.... IWS
! 13W0 C ft 6 Imp 0s BKOIKI do . 881*
(Us 101', -i«"i do 4* 11MS IUV»
I r,(KHi do . 102% 2000 Peo a.- East Inc.. »7
B,iom) do .. . 102 12000 Reading <; n 4s..H>'>
i ROOM Chic & Alt 3%5. 7» J 4 8008 do '.ill 1 *
■ iai<x> do .. . 7«% 8000 61 '• 1' M"- &So
! 11OO(> C A i: 1 Gen EtS.lls I Con 11l '4
I HMO C M & Q Dab GB.IO2H j 10000 . t L& S I- lift 4s Mi*
la*** do Gpii 4r 100% I i" 1 " do NH
. 1270110 do Joint 45.... 8814 WOOO do Sr.%
j I7'h«i do !i>-', 501 do Con 4s !>4'i ■
; 7<hm» do B«C .. .. £18 i 8000 St L Swa Ist 4.1. 1»4
1 HUM do 111 Div 4s. .lo? : !! 7."x< do Con 4s "Si
10CKI do 3'is . J»l ! i 1W«» do 7.M i ,
i«h»ui do :<i\ 2000 do v . 7!"
: Unto do lowa Di» S ( I |H >" SI PM & M 4 1 s.l<'» l » j
}- 5s 10« I WOO San A .v A P 4s. »'•
( 2OOA do I«>.-i\ 11000 Scab A 1. c;,.; 14* 7'J't I
]<iOO C M & St I» Gen I 2000 Bo P«c Col Tr 4s. !il "i I
I .T--R I! »l ; a BOOS do OIS !
I r>«mo doc & :,s.i!» I teas ■■ . 81*4 I
! pnriii do Po Minn oa l<»r : . ITikhi do Ist R.-f 45... )H T n '
I lOijO •' R I & V G«a MOOO do li4\ '
4s 100% 3000 80 Ry Ist Os 112.'* |
1 fifOO do 1004 2000 do 1124
! £4000 do Re? 4s B2S I ««><> do Ill"; .
1 NX*. do 82*4! 1000 do G*n 4s 7^ T « .
inaoo do ;i4<>iMt do 7**4 .
1 2.W10 do nR 4« 7£>'i!ls«<«> do 7» 7 i |
! IOOUO do T2*m 10000 Term Cam} Iron & ,
ir!li«»i do 78'il H Gen .'ix 10^';
i .V**t .1o Col Tr .',» '.-.I 7*7 * 6000 Tex & Pmc lst ss.lHi 1 *
i I.VH»> do • !*"»*•! i«w do 117
;.>io d> Col «■ R... !•(*, I fiOOO Third Ava Con 4s. 854
3mn> C - c t P M & O |15«)«»> do Stpd 88
fis 1304110000 do .. C5Vj
! 2<)0O ('<•■ So Ist 4a.... J»7»*!1O(IO dj ti.i'ii
8000 do 07^ SO9O Tol St I> & W 4«. M*» :
; 250(«) do Ref i Ext [ISOBB do S3 ■' H
! 4 -s -. »4 10000 Vnd El I-.111 Inc.. SXfSm
lemon da m» 5 » 1 1"«"' In Pa- Ist 45....10?V|
a^rxKi do 884 im»i do 10::
I 1000 Col & !n.l 5».... 7?. ;«nn<t dii 102*4
i 300.1 do 73Ull4fxK) do Rer a- .. Jt!>'i
I r..mo C..1 Mid Ist 4*... S7'»'iK«»i') do Convt 4? MM
' 2<VMV» .Jo *7 I H»«» do I<lß',
I 3.ViO(t d& H ' ■■ ■ -■■•'. 45.101* 288** d> 1(!»H
| -non An Ref 4s . 102';i9«ooo do I<lS'
•*<••** D * n <» <". ii 4» «»»■.> 1 4.1000 do i<)S'i
3fionn <Ir. Rrf 5s .. «M»» l-oon d' 1«S : «
12000 rto 84H1170U0 Un Ry of S F 4s. Tfi
BOND MARKET SALES.
•?rx^«-> Rio MHIIOOOO do . 7.">**
7«000 do " WH H«V) IT s Leather r " "**
4,0.mi do .MS 32(100 j; S R & Imp ss. 00
1000 1).,t Sec Cor 55.. 74**j 4<«-) U 8 Rubber B r
noon do 74'-> «s Clf« 1034
1000 I»ul & Ir R 15t. .113 I '"^ do 103
.;,... Erie Ist Con 4s . 874 U ■■• do J«4
!<v*> do G'l 4. 74 4 Mono U s Steel s F ••■, 103*4
,, MM > rtf> - 74 4 2»"X) do .lO3H
.-,.... do Conn 4s I- M 4 1000 do . ...c. 108*4
4 .... do *;. jlO(»jO do lOSTi
l!vxV> do -.■■■ ■• i WO do 104
4,,., do C 5 I 1000 do Rag 101
aOOO i. IU 8 A M i ! l'>*"> \a Car Chem .'•« P>"> r »
P Dlvh .. .Hi's 6000 Jo . ... »7
,?rxv» do 112 ! 1009 wabash Ist 8a....1124
Itinn i>n El'C Deh 6s 670*0 do Rcf A Ext 4s 73S
ainl.l4o I 6080 .1 , 784
in.rf>o do 1404 28000 d. 73»»
... .10 . .141 ilivxxi *.» ..7.T 7 ,
EOOO 11 ft gt .1 Con 1034 75000 do 74
tV«>.> 1 rent 4s 1*62.3.1004 : TOOOO do T4'i
41tK«> Inter r: T Con\ t 110000 do 74*4
•in lOS 4 4«>"<> do 73 t »
l*oi h> Inter Met 4'is. .. I*K\ -V" 1 " West Shore 4* 1O»H
VUMO do TBH '-•»"> do lO.T*
34000 d. 7*«»; l'" v> do 103H
Tf<V» do . •■ ■• 7R>4: |(»>i do Rec Pr»'i
2.VKV> d.< 7*H! WOO Westing B F 6a.. I>S\
T-N..T i, lt |>a P ennvt Rs -: i mono '■■■ . 834
4OUO .Jr. S.*> .41000 do MS
41.11) nl St Pump f..i l"-'< 80000 '•' in Convt 4s A M*i
inonn lowa . •••• • Ref 4« 7»4 3000 do ........ «-"i T »
;i (VM do "*«> »7«eO do a «
IX.XI do 79Tij17000 do md * R E-. M T i
U«iO X i-FtSft ■• 4' *«'« I s«v> .1 . .. SB
sf«io do . .... , , laoon d.) Col Tr sa .i«»
iuoo Kan C So Ss ... ''■'* lOMOO wia Cent Gen is B»4
i'ViO I^.. ka Rtea "' .. 844 1000 do 864
inno ti X A- W Sd 107 I
Total sales of bonds. »ft.(Ht>.O<v>.
INACTIVE STOCKS.
Tlie^ follow 'c were the last actual rales and the
Closing latlona for stocks. in which there were
n<> transactions yesterday on th« New York Stock
Kxrliangr
i.iv Closing I I.ast tioatea
sa> Hid. Asked. sale. Rid. Asked.
Ada.ni ■.':•! 100 2O" K'.'l't.SAMpf 7«'i 75 77
Alb & Sus-i — 220 K. & P.M. 5 -. R
A A Ch pf '■»'< 884 '■"'< '■ do pref... 32 2-"i 3T>
Am Com].. 120 12'» iK lofC pf •>! 4 «•■» '"' 7
coll ;.f ,-. OS l"i! |I-«..- Gas pf. f<" S5 100
A Diet Tel 20 20 I-Jik* Shore 300 "70
\m Exp 300 20.' 210 il»nu IsUnd 64 4 63 67
Am 11 ft 1. 7 : 4 6 ■ 7 |Manhat Baa 24 3 "'
\ Loco rf.ll4 7 » 1 14 t I!." 1 ! Manhat El 14.'. 144 14«'i
•k Sm i.f R7f» 7 » OS ««\ Ml (\ial pf.. {X» 75
Am Bnuff.-235 2.".<» 2.V1 'Met St Ry 22 214 28
do pref . Bt>4 !.<; Mich Cent.. — 100 ISO
A Boa pf. iai 1» l".l iMor A- Basi.lM IM IMB
•„- Arbor! — IS 30 *Nat HJs r M22 a » 120 124
do pref.. — — 75 Sl:ft s pf. 83 82 M
A M 1-' pi 1054 104 — I New C coal 50 40 M
do 2.1 pf.1034 101 — '■ ;NYC*StI. 524 M US
At<-h pf..-10.T» " < T » KM I do Ist pf.lfxl 1« 106
Ileth Stl pf - 'l 66 .'.l I do -.1 pf.. 7»i' 4 7:. 7'«
Hit V Gai1. 135 I.;-: 13J N v Dock.. 34 33 4i>
I- 1; & Pit :hi 00 OS ] do pref... SO 77 SI
do pref. .105 120 11".> NY 1. aw. — 120 1311
It a Sun pf «4»4 - «4 •VJTANJT«>I.I22 1224 123
CAS A T 11"'* HO N A w pf.. 864 B6 98
Cft Alt pf 70 73 7S [Out Silver.. 34 34 4
>•& El pf.llS 112 160 7'a.- C 1 pf.lOO f>« inn
<■ Bft g .22*» -- «•"• I do 2d pf. 10" PI 10"i
cGt West 64 B 54 Pc,» * East 234 22 •-«
do pf A. 2S 2 28 IrCCAStl.pf.llO 1004 112
do deb... 62 58 65 (Pitts C0a1... 10^ 84 1'
Cli Lpf. — 4'» *> do pref... 424 N 41
<• £ N pf..2W 217 221 \V Xt & C.1734 1744 —
CStPM&O.ISTi 1.'.:; 15S P Stl Car pf 084 884 «>
do pref 1684 160 IT.". R R Secur.. 82 — 0^
Chic T Tr. 4 4 .'■ Read 2d pf. 03 I*"! 04
,'.,, pnf . . 2<> 20 21 r:.-n.s & .-ai — 105 —
Chic V Tt. 64 .'■'* 54 R\V X. 6W.12R 124
do pref.. 10 14% 1« It'll RR pf 37 l « "<> 33
rvr*BtLofioo 102 11<> iStl.AFFlstpf 6>V) m «!»
Clev & Pit. 170 1754 — i doCtSlct.l49 140 17.'.
Col I*l Ipf »i7^ •■''■• 75 ] •!•■ pref... 120 — 125
C&So Ipf si M 482 I do new.... «44 80 «5
Consol Coal 07% I<*>4 — 'Sears-Ro pf.llOS - 112
I> 1. a W. tK»> »ifio r..-ii> Sss * i pr.no 107 IIS
DMAFtD 1«% IS 17 IsRR Mi-O ( -t *>2 «> St;
Pel rnlted 68 50 »»4 T..1 Ry & I-t 13 l 4 12% 13 7 i
Ev & T H. 83 •■.(> SO ti Rv Inv i.f 534 544 M
do pref.. »=.% <« »3 U tl«r pf..103'/» 101 l(M'i
•X Siisr pf »l Wl — TTT T S Express S7 «.'. 01
Gen Chem. MS «« 7.'. '«r S l>a pf.l2n 11.1 125
do pref..ioi% Mi 102 t- s r ,v- n i<> 11 12
llav El Df ««4 88% «7 Van.! IS R.. *74 — «•
ll.i. k Va1..108 — 107 |Ya-C '"h pf.117 117 IIS
do pr.r.. 01 01 02 i\'a 1 C.4 C 88 50 7<i
UomeiitnVe.. 02 0O 88 [Vnl Dettn.. RV; «4 7 4
111 C 1. I- 884 004 — ' do prof... 4"» 41% 514
In* Rand.. 7" 68 — IWrlls V Ex.310 310 rt.".*>
do pref.. M 403 — !W*l,Klp 22 214 »4
Ka * Mich 51 64 70 I do 3d pf.. 114 114 12
•Unlisted. "
) .
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONET MARKET.— Money on call opened at
l's per cent; highest, 2 per cent; lowest, l 1;l 1 ; per
cent; last loan, 2 per cent; dosing, lVi- per cent:
ruling rate, i"« per cent. Time money opened the
week with further shading of rates. Supply again
exceeded demand, which was neither heavy nor
broad. Fluffs, m per cent for sixty days. ZWSSHi
per cent for ninety days. i: 1-/-"*1 -/''-"* per cent for four
months,, some loans being made at _••_. per cent;
2 i | f>3 per cent for five ami six months.3 per cent
for seven months, ::'i per cent for eight months
and Z\~t for over the year. Mercantile paper was in
Rood demand for the higher {Trades. It was Issued
moderately. Rates, 'i^-ii '■ « per cent for sixty and
ninety days* indorsed hills receivable, 3' v m per
cent for choice four to blx months' sim;!.. names
and 4 ! /i'go per cent for those of the less well known
variety.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. The foreign exchange
market opened steady, with cables quoted at 4.579G
&.I.SB. demand sterling at [email protected]% and sixty
day bills at L8630#4.K40. Short franca were around
r.itii, plus 1-32, and short retchsnaarks were 9S. r .-i6
plus 1-3". The foreign market was a shade easier
In the afternoon, sterling rates declining 5 to .'0
points from the morning's bJgb level. Cables were
quoted at 4.B7SS(Ji i.&'W, demand sterling at 4.8765$
4.5770 and sixty-days hills at 4.8515fi-!.Sti3O. Slioit
franca held around .'. it;i 4 'jj;,.i6i 4 plus \-H, and short
relchsmarks at 95 6-16095 5-M plus 1-32.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Sixty da: Hawaii i.
jmerlliig is; 4.5A4
Germany, relchsmarku '.V. jci ' j
Paris, francs Mt;', 5.15
Bclßlun. franca .v r.»S 5.1«>4
Switzerland., francs 5.18 5.15
Holland, graildcrs 40*» 404
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston. 10c discount;
Chicago, 23c* premium; San Francisco, slsrht ii 1...-premium,1 '...
premium, telegraph. •"»• premium; New Orleans,
commercial, SSc discount, >.ank (1 premium, Charle*
.c* ERB °c* ,
+* TRUST CO. Q^
MAIN OFFICE . "SSSS^
358 FIFTH AVENUE. BRONX BRANCH
100 WEST L I 2STH STREET. I«TH ST. 43D C S n
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
As reported to the New York State Banking Department.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1909.
ASSETS LIABILITIES
Cash on Hand and in Ranks. .. .$11,940,440.16 Capital Stock •l^O.ftKKjj |
Bonds and other Securities 11,893.63185 Undivided Profits 1,242^
Demand Loans .... 4.499.474.55 Surplus Certificates 12.753^g«
Time Loins ••••• 15.143,076.45 Due Depositors 35,24^
lime Loans „«_---,-, r- Sc j r-u t -x^oj>«
Bonds and Mortgages 3.550.796.42 Certified Checks 2^
Real Estate 3.171,919.68 Reserved for Taxes 46,^.
-\ccrued Interest due to the Accrued Interest due by the
' Company • 694.320.04 Company 3SBgg
$50,893,659.15 $50,893,659, is
i ton. buying par, selling l-10c premium; St. Louis.
1 40c premium bid, 50c premium asked.
B\NK CLEARINGS.-New York, exchanges
I $170*080.636. balances $7,577,417: Baltimore, exchanges
54 SO? 833. balances $443,733: Philadelphia, Pxchanges
i $20 230 068 balances $1,628,023; Boston, exchanges
I $20,223,446. balances $1,922,687.
! SILVER MARKET.— Commercial bar silver, oO,»c.
j Mexican silver dollars. 44-. Bar silver in London
! closed at 23 7-16 d.
GOLD PREMIUM.-In Madrid. 11.70; Lisbon, 13.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New York Is quoted at 2.01 ;.
i GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS.-Customs receipts
! reported from Washington. IBK41S; internal reve-
I nue receipts $1,134,510; miscellaneous receipts. Ki'.
! 375. Receipts for the day, C.335.064; expenditures.
[ 12,520.000. Receipts for the month to date, ja,s«Mes;
! expenditures, m,«0»,4»* excess of receipts. $430.i9..
1 Receipts for the fiscal year to date. $tb'2.4:.- > .710: ex
penditures. $501,451,516; excess of expenditures. |aaV
1 538.806.
SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the Clearing House $1,044,745.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Speculation in the market for outside securities
opened briskly, with prices holding about steady
and in most instances on a parity with last Thurs
day's close. After the first hour, however, trad
ing subsided and prices receded slightly from the
best. Interest shifted to three or four mining If
sues which were listed yesterday, which developed
animation within narrow changes. The silver
tasues, as a rule, were heavy. The leading copper
stocks were steady, without important changes.
Rawhide Coalition was conspicuously weak, de
clining about 40c on rather free offerings. The
Goldfleld stocks ruled firm, under the lead of Gold
field Consolidated, which Improved ' 4 on exten
sive dealings. Goldfleid Daisy, however, eased off
■lightly. The Industrials were strong, but com
paratively quiet. Standard Oil was up 2 points.
American Tobacco, after an advance of 4 points,
lost the gain. There was a fair Inquiry for bonds,
which ruled steady. Southern Pacific 4s were th
chief feature.
a-
INDUSTRIAL.
Shares! i Open- \ Hign-j I»w- I Last
30| American I Tobacco I h 388 '• Ijj 39S fI £ 395 j 305
ISO Baj State i;as | i '« ''• ' .« J *
- 120 Calorla Mfg \ 3.15! 3* I "'-'*'< ~ t .
■:,«. Gen Etec Display. 5H »5?» sti ■' ♦
r..V. In- Smelt a.- Ref.. I3U i 13«« | TJi'Sl l^.i'i
13 standard . , 67» 1 67" I '■■• I «7"
.7.-. Standard Salt 6SI * ; ■> i «S, •*
10. United <-ir-r i M | ■* I *■ | 6^
60] Western lea '. '» ISi l-»i *»
I RAILROAD. "
Shares I i Open- I High- j Low- ! Last
suld. I I ing. ] est. I fat. , sale.
KOI Am Lt & Trao..l I>7 1 1«S | I^7 i I*7 '
93 do ant 1 106 I M» j l" ■ 1 1«4
lOOichlcago Subway.. | ■-■''■* as% ! as% , a*
MINING.
Chares : I Open | High- I I>jw- | I-ast
.old. I I ' nXn X- I ML I f»t- I Ml »-
S.«»|tAJaaaa Mines.... j •« *l 6« i »V> ! 6<>
300| Bonanza Creek -\ 2* - 4 i - ■ *
I<ki Boston Copper . 12S| !-'i *1- i '-'■»
M"0 tdo rights I *-; I 8 • *
70OJtBTad!.haw .. I a* 4O | 3» ♦"
;f»l Pr!l'«h Col Copperi 6*i >>'i 6*» l .3
900 Butte Coalition . "i l t\ 35 . 24'7j -♦'»
I l«.onr»:tcobalt Central.:'. 3UH 3J»4| 55» | ■'■'••'■j
2.000t< olorado Drcd(. . -4 i -» , -* | "*
l.ennitComb Fraction .. »1 IS I*l IS $1 W *1 I s
ft 000 mm lora G M 13 | 1« j 13 | 18
1 SnojCurnberland-Ely .. "** i 7", 7\ I ~\
'^OiJDavls-Daly Cop.. •">'*! ••* SV» *••
7i»»ilh»uslks • upper 3 . 3 ":i. 3
6,4ftO|tEny <-onsolldated. j 13 j 1! 1" t 1"
1.or» * Eureka .......... I I I », 5 I 5
1.250 Florence ■ 1 ■"■'i •"'- •"'"» 3 " t<?
lSOOGlroiu "'» *'' 8 S 1-1«
! ;.'-«•> Goldfleld Con Ml 2\ * 9 I<?| *1» 16
fi.JKiOlti.loldneM Daisy... 4>! | 474 : *'< ■ *'<
;MM G „ld Reef 18 i » i Is I *■
! l*>ixolt<; c, -cobalt Vent .:• I 27 I 29 -•!
•• .ViojOreene-Cananea .. t©*< '. i" 7'7 ' ' " >! « '" T ,
4 .ViO :tHßri?raves: tHßri?raves .. ! BO I 62 | 6<» J SO
300 Imperial GoM I »S; 3H 3^|, 3 '=
i IS 1!" Inspiration Copper' 3 I S^t' *> : 3*4
"r^o'Kerr I-ake 7 13-WI 8 7131n 7 15-18
l.rrftnjrji Rise Con S M M I 13-16 6*4 •? 11-M
. ii H.lttl* Florence.^. • | '■ ! X ; '»
100( Mason Valley . I :■■. •".';! •"'. 3' 4
7nno tMcKinley-I>ar .. »1 00 ;»t<irt j (M P«
1 ?.<»r: Miami Copper.V.: :4*«; 1«% '.4 •. I*\
200 Mlcmac Mines ",•».,
„.., Mines Co of Am.. « "4 11 M 11-1«
l>.V>tMontes of C R. . =11 -' ; -' I 5 3 ,;
inn Monl Sh«M>hone ... l^i li ''a. 1 'a
2.000 Nevada Con Cop.. I -' <: - -"'"• -■■■• I =«'«
"»X>l Nevada Victor.. ll 2 l*» I'll I 1I 1 -
1 soolvev I'tah M m 5. 12 15-16 •" I - T »|2 '.'• W
WfKlplMdng Mines... I !#•* I 1° a « 10'» l 1"'»
800l ♦North Buttß r'.xt B• I S_ » S
« Ohio Copper ••-« 1 •> -4 : •* , •*
e.ooojtotisM I 51 1 '■' ; ••' , ' *■'-„
TOO Predooa Metals..'. l 2H '-"« -« - '
4"" R i:\ploratlon . ! "J'ii 2'il - ! -'*
: SO.omitßawhlde I'oallt'n «1 «1 . -0 -•■ .
;no t>... .(in-..- - .'• 18 SI 1« 2 B It 2 8 1»>
150 R»y Consolidated. 14 ' 14 ,'j 14 M
1.-OtiOKed Top l.easlnc-! ''' s ' ~? , „,
S'rchHtrhi M /i M 'J. - - -> - s
::.«i si»«ii-t % ■» > >
25|Tonop«4i •* •' * h»! '-' '
4 fKHi tTrantpa I'cn ». •• J ••
400 Trl-Hulllon ' ' | < '", j J y
•JT.O Tuolumne Copper..' •-"•; 2HI -«i -■
I.Oortirnlon Mines 1 1 1-^j ™\*
2 WO 1 Inlted Copper.. . 12S 12K] '-;' '-,*
1.300! Yukon G St.. . I 4 V 4HI « ! 4, 4 5-16
UNREGISTERED
2 ftmvt Atlanta T~TT77' 13 I ' 14.il 18 I 13
2.-.oO|tniue Bell I 5 » JH jj
in (Branch Mint ". 3 .« •■
5 Calumet & Arizona' !'« I I* I SH M
1 41N1 l tcarl*a . I s# - I ** J £*. *♦
- roppw Ranac I 7.-, T'.»S 19\ -i>\
100 Xlv Central ! 'si HI H Vi
200 Ely Witch '4! '4 '* '4
7 mm +<;oldnel.l Daisy I- 4. » 4 •>
Jumbo B»l 21 21 -' 21
25|M»attuck »H »H t-Vr »H
1 ia><>!+Sllvor «jueen . 47 1 4. I. *H 4*
'.'Ot>:tTono l .ah Uel ....: H | SB ! M | M
BONDS.
r] Open- 1 Ki|Ch-l 1.. » \ Last
«.. l!r , ' , Inn. 1 e»t. I est. | sale.
sao.ooS \ K 'nl!na 55...... I »* I otm I ft^'4 j 1>S»;
100t>Calori» Mfs es.-.j 101 I 101 ! lof- 101
.-.'(■. l Cairo ft N >:>« •"•- «* ' "* I sli **
4.«k. M&Ft D -.1 .-s Ss»4 »>* l -. --■» ■•%
:tri.ool)ijones 4 l.auKh "•» I >•"** 1 •»% ft!>^ Pt> l 4
MtO^oootSouth Vac 4-i w I.j '••'< . ! ''■''. ■** ''-'«
900.000 1 do 4s full paW. 1 •*" •»* w I M
25.0001 Super & imluth 4? I l»3=i. I >8H BCS 93%
HI mm TStI.& WC t 4s! M". MM T * M » I .<4 T »
loo.'ooo: Western Pacific Ss| ttr.S! I>3SI !'.'•'•• taHa
•Odd lota, tSells cents per share. JThird instalment
pal i
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing IflM '2-.
(Furnished i.v Swartwoul *; AppenzelUr. So. 40 Pin»
street.)
Appro x.
Name and maturity. Kid. Asked, yield.
American Cigar 4;. .-. Mar.:, 15, 1011.. ws'. lisS 4 f .l
do 4>. c. March 16. 1012 K\ S>TS 4<x>
Am Tel' * rvi 5p c. January. 1010. ..IO1'» \<n\ S.M
Minni!i •<•..«-; Line 5 c. March. 1910.101 lOP 4 :'..4rt
. ->„s & Ohio 0 !• c. July. IfMO 1024 I"- 2:-J>
Chicago & Alton 5p C. January. 1£>12..100'4 lOOfi 2.00
c c i- .<• St LC pC. June. 1011 . 101 ■* lol 5 . 4.2.'»
IX-I * Hudson «iulp 4'_- |. c. July, 1022.103 to::'-.- 4.H» I
Interhoioush R T .'> p c, March. 1910. .lOO'i Hi«> 7 » 4.U1
.:.. ,;,,.. May.l9ll i":;'» lass « >*>
Kansas city it &Ltt p •■. Sept. 1012.. •• '•''•'- •> '"
Kansas ritv So 5p c, April. ll»I2 '•>;' T.T '. l""'* *•>•<•
I nrkawanna Steel 5 p c. March. lfJlO.. 1*: 1 * !». '4 ••"*>
1 aWe Shorf aM39 pc. Feb. i:»l». . 101 101 »4» 4 3.43
I ..ins * Nashville 5P «■ March. H»l«» "'1 JOIN 3.«« ;
Michigan Central r, pc, February lfU'U'il 1"1'« ?-,
Minn *st Louis 3P C. Feb. »1 •»% M» - *,* 7-
V TO* '! ft •". ii c Feb. lf>li> lot IOI '« 3.4-.
"do equip 3 p >-. November. lf»O»--lS.. 4Hr««3-, ba»l»
V v N H * 'I 5 ii C. IJKW "12... .10DS lO2'i
\or'olk*T«Smiipc. Ma v. HMO.. 101 N I'M S 3.40
i.er.. 1S5 lvanlH S Corn ■'. v r Nov. IMB .100 101S •'"
l>nl,lii- Servli-e Corn ■> n c. Nov. 11XV..100 H»>'h 4. i«
sr'i. M•BE4? pc. funi;. i MM ..!-».. I«J4 i«
"aV^nVte^rwis. 9 . 1 . V.v.-.v. i 1 . :»iS •• - 1 "
,1 '^.. „ r IV'iniarv. 1W12. . M '.»'. IN
Southern Railway % pc, Feb. 1010. ... J*N *• «->».»
do ■ " .'May. mil m> T . 100J? •:••»»
TlHmater «i< c I'm- lftl.l " v - » lO2S •> -'
WataihSpc Ma y 10. »*». 100 '"•""» 2.0..
Westlnghou.eE A- MCp c. Aug. 1010. 101', B.H
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS.
American Can ........ S V j Quaker Oats ISO
do preferred «3H do preferred 10n«4
\ Booth Tacking prat 1 Streets Stable Car 29*
Corn Products 23V I Swift * Co 104
commonwealth Edison.ll2 I Box Roard 1 a
• •hlcafto Telephone . ..in do preferred .-4
r>la mend Match ... .ISIH Northwestern Elevated. 22
National Biscuit pref.. I South Side kle^ared... M
National Carbon 854 Peoples Gas UtV*
ANDREW .1 >Ir(OR.MA(K. tioneer.
f:ei;[ur AUCTION SALE OF"
STOCKS AND BONDS
By ADRIAN H. MULLER i SON,
OFFICE NO. 55 WILLIAM ST.
WetlnesdiiT, April I4tb, 1909
at 12:30 o'clock, at the
EXCHANGE SALESROOM.
XO9. 11 and 16 vaam STREET.
BT ORDER OF EXECLTORS
$3.2:5 Helena Water Worlj (Jc. Ist mtge. bds. (Ttm|
-5 I "^
3O shs. Helena Water Works Co. (Trust Co ctf )
21 31-M> shs. «Je-jrgetown Water. Light and Power Co
I share >:iiiKan County Cluh.
Dee<J of Lot No l'«»iU. on Mai No. 2of Lands of SulUvia
County üb. ~
'£> aha <:•:.< i Electric Co. of nerg-n County j;. J
3<> sn«. Atchiscn, Topcka & Santa F» R. R. *
3»> shs. Great Northern It It pi
>5 aba. Southern Pacific R. It. common.
l'» shs. Baltimore & Ohio R. P. common.
4«> aba. Union Pacific R. R. ccmnion.
I<»> »hs. Chesapeake 4 Ohio Ti'way common. -
rXJIt ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCEWT.
s.l'»> she. United Copper Co. common.
$17,500 warrants for subscription to 3Vjear V- - L
Kol.l bor.ds Union I'aciflc R. R. Co. t Mar 31.
ISB7. ' '
I.C»X> *hs. T : ni'ted Copper Co. •*-.'
3»»J sh«. United Cupper Co. common.
5O sh». Michael J. Dad Co., common.
l<»l »n!>. Troy • i.i - Company.
14.720 »hs. Transvaal Copper Company.
l<> shs. Chemical National Bank
3 atal Brooklyn Academy cf Musi?.
7 shs. Cosmopolitan Land Co. ioid.i. *
%:, ..<•• Buffalo A - ; ;ap.n.i I:.. Co Ist BSam
4'j'. bda . IKS 3.
*» "'I Miliiken Brothers. Inc.. Ist convt. Big. tat
««■. IfH".
40 aha Underwood Typewriter Co. M pf.
5 aba Iniiiorters & Trailers' Nat. Eani.
:> ah liank of America.
17 aba Union Bxcbasaja I«an:<.
4 shs. National Park fjank.
21 aha Market and Fulton Nat Ran«
12 aha Kings County E!e<\ ". it- 4 t'<- - - C 9.
:.'<< Brooklyn city R. R. i-- ss. ms-lMt.
S."..ixi<» N. Y. '& New Jersey Ferry Co. at ss. 1344
J.I.H- Standanl Cordage Co. Ist .Is. 1331
$5/«X> Union Ferry Co Ist .is. IXO.
.'. shs. X Y. ,v Harlem R. R. pt
IO «h». Realty Associates.
15 r-hn. National Park EJank.
2«> shs. Chatham Bank.
IO . ■« (jallatln National Bank.
I aba. Bank of New York. N. B. A.
ifiO «hs. Second Avenue R. R. Co. of N. T.
in shs. I-awyers" Mort^ane Co.
S'3>.v*> Ptttaburaj. Btnxhamt C Eastern R. R. IjJ
Mt^e. 9% s<>-year K'lJ I!V.*
c_ • " r« . Tacoma Isas LiKht Co. Terrporary Rs'Jg:
Mtjt*. v. hi-- . 19-«
175 shs. Manhattan Co. Bank.
14 ah< Knickerbocker Trust Co.
23 aba Audit O>. pf.
10 •■ » American Exchani« Nat. Bar.k.
4<» >>h.«. Chatham Nar. Bank.
5 *» Gerrnania llank.
5 .-■- Har.over Nati-na! Bank.
t;..,.in N. T. & Hoboken Ferry «»n. mtjt 99. 1341
SI. OOO Gulf i SMp Island R. R. Ist ss. 195 i
fI.OUO N. Y. Sus<ju«hanra & Western R. R. Ter
minal "nts:. 3a IP4.J.
• i eh«. Mechanics' National Bank.
13 shs. Market i Fultr, n Nat. Bank.
1«> «hs. National City Bank.
7 shs. Importers an! Tracers' Nat. Ba^k.
B «hs P'aia Rank.
12 shs. National Bank cf Commerce.
2 shs. P^nk of New York. N. B. A
S 7<hs. Merchants' Exchange Nat. Basic.
B s-hs. Citizen Central Nat. Bank.
.-■--.! National Bank.
2i» sh«. M^naton Realty Ir.vestine C%rp pi
10 s*!s. Rrn.l an; Mortsage Guarantee Co
997 rhm. United States Mining Co.
2T> shs Chesebrouph Manufacturtas Co.
100 sh». Guanajuato Reduction & Mires O
5."C..-|*|>( Norfolk <t Soutfcern R'way Cn m 4 Rei
mtr. -. p. c. alaj ftaaa Ms . M
I<" *hs. Norfolk & Southern R'way C pji
3 shs. Commonwealth Trus? Co.
4 shs Lawyers' M':'Ka«- Co.
%;,... N. V * East River Ferry Co. lit 3s. !921.
tI^OO.VXt Oneonta * Mohawk Valley R. R. Ctl lit mtg*
*.> year p^M 3 p. c. 4 p. c. * 5 p c. bsada.
interim ctfs. Nos. 1 4 2. »!:h Interest fro=J
July 1. ir«l<v
1 7 =:■<■. *hs. Oneonta & Mohawk Valley R. P.. Co.
: »t-3 St gii-i'hanna River Power Co.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Stocks -.■<■• In demand on th« Consolidated Ex
■ •liaiice throughout the day. While there was larjj
sviiinp to take profits on th» long side. a!l o^?r
tntrs were readily absorbed. A nuj^nty of th»
standard issues toocl higher crootarkma for tbi
day than they reached on th*- otlirr KarJ. »ffion»
them Union Pacific, whi.-li sold at I*3"^ against
liV, on the oth'r exchans' 1 : Southern FaoiSe, I^*.
as.ii- I22hi: Smelting. 9>A*. against S"' 2 : Nor
York Central, I"." 1 *, against 132. anii ?t. Paul. lol I*.1 *.
asainst 151. More than ?»> shares of the las:
named changed hands at lolS and 1.*!'.,. Union
Pacific; Rending: and St^e! common »»re the most
active amon? th»- standard stocks. There tvas a
noticeable falling .>rr in the supply of floor tips r»
gardinjr the "cats and dogs Ice. Cotton Oil. Corn
Products and Rock Island preferred ■wt-re features
in the specialty group. Detailed operatlCß9 fo!!uw:
STOCKS.
Shares | | open- I H!«h- , L«w- ; Last
j •° - , 1 irg. ; est. ! est. j jaJ«.
3.510. Amal Copper I 77'»: -;s\\ 77 | 7S»
7.M. .%di He. t Sugar... | ;•«-> \ ;ui' n :i",',, Si-»
•■•''• Am Car A ynry... ,>>S 30^ 5o'« ; Zi*t
M»>|Am Cotton oil ; to I*l1 * I (*l\. s>'v >»
l'.'^a>.Anierl-.-aa Ice | 41S; C« «S| ■•_■ ,
l.<<> Am LocMnothre..'.] ,V. ! i :,:'■ •. j S'«j ,V. 1 *
S.RtO'Ani - : .- | » '♦ ' :«»■» M* 1 *! SU ; »
•W.Am J-u«sr I 1:0*4 j I.:k : i:M»j lis
1" \t:i -.V oil B .....( ,TS\ X!-4i XI 1 * 33^4
3!*', AnaconU »'op ...; 45»,1 4K\ V.S; ♦■'• «
•■'"'" Top « S »'•..' liKi.i' HtSS I<>7\l 107 T i
I.lH> Bait i oh).. HUS, 11SS 11-4, " 3
I.W Brook Rap Tr ; ;:' r: , «'« - »
I!K> Can fa. in.- j 177 V 177 Si tX\\ !7T^e
*»,Cent Leather 1 3rtS ""S ""'• 3 " : »
3 (»■• ' baa .<.-•':■ j 7t;i«' 77Si ''■''■» '" »
1' 1 -■>•.•!: Mil &St P 100--' 1.-.IV; BOS I 15»*
2.l>*i <•■■! Fuel * 1r0n.., MS' 4<>V «'S •'3\
I «l.Coloratlu t\.ath ..! 63«3 ri'.-t «.:'i; «*
MjCol a Hock Coal.i i'^'%, 5^%! .'^'s! Xi
130 Consol Has 13S • IC^'mj IX* 1 '■">■*
2.<M(> Corn Troducts ... IV. 7 ,: ......
:,'*i;rifn & 1; io gi I 4:»'« :>r»; "" J t •>";•
SliO'Uist Securities...! 3SK\ .~6 T »' ."•"> 1 4; 3»_4
3.32t>ffc7rt« '. 1 «3H»| iOSj ***
ISO do Ist prrf 1 4«Si 4** 4 : * ; I • I
410 -i! North pref 14.V« : !«'.; 14.1>; ljf
44(>jlnt»r-Metrt | IS j OS '<». !■>.•»
*s.St>, Jo pref j 44V 44.. *-\,i |'»
*O, Inter Paper 13 l «. I 3'« »*• "^
i- lowa •• atral 1 .1"'t; 3:!% 3U'i, f>~*
MM Kan City South.. | 4«Sj 4741 4tvi! 4.
■i. lo« It Xash j 13HSJ ia»V l.*'»j lf»{
460: Mexican Central.. -*-♦! -*'•< =4 >! ?!
M" M.» Kan Ac Tex...j 4^S| 43 , i- • «
lv. do prof I T4|,l 74^! MS '*•
I.2DO|Mo Paciric ; -J1:!J 1 :! », i g"* «^
4i«> : National Lead ... Sj l ! i N> ,', ,**_ ,\7«
2.08*5t«w York Ce»t...; 131 Si IKS, 1»»V ™V*
Its T ont i\V St.' 47 j 4. 41 4. »•»
1.-JS.>;.North Pacific ...-! »«S I**?,' 1 'S I 32' i
*> Pacific Mai! . ; «; /r^j *r, -\ m
.-.ti.. 1 Pennsylvania .... IMS! J;-f" "iN grt
WO People's Oaa i 11* j 11>S; }»& |
111, Pressed Ste^ 1 Car.; 3S\\ ■&*] ££> j^^
21.1i-»:U«-a.Iln^ IKJk *»£ 74"t
3<>;Reo Steel pf \ WH .4 » £J»
•USO.Rock Island I »? -i"^ 1 T-Z' 6.*
i.cv a«pref ; r^.' «; a i
: 4(»i Southern Vac . 1— i < — ♦ t S
DM\ do right-. ! Si •: £| aft
1. .•!.<» Soatbarn Ry I -'; .' *^ g? -4
iai do ,-• . ■ 4i*
in; Term iTopper J»H Il,*,I I ,*, V.Z\ 33 "»
40 : Texas & Pacific... 3.^: »^ g^ gi
SSO Third Aye 31** «^ ,^
2^.!H«li Union Pacific 1 IJ»^ I l y.* : \^\ &\
3tt. C S Rubber , 3JH BS g"» j.,,
1 i|
220 do P r«f 1 I«*S, I» «J"», 44' t
*M.-tah Copper ; 44 44*, f «
7.V1 Va-Car CIK-m ..... 4.-.V • y V *\ X*
122tt do pre« ! «j S^ «*
-.•O'West Union ....-I •'•»^i «••) J3l
750, Wisconsin LVntral. , R>S; Bi»S , wn __^
1 24.000 Total ?a!ea. — -
MINING.
i^*^ I x n " i H «t h " ! I*^
lOOiAtlanta ' -\?*\ ■$%. .'gljj ..'f 1 *
MS AUaJrt. »H -gj 4^5 •
«<«. It.- 1. her I .<* -*.', 1 'a* ! "2
MS BM i Belcher...! .42 i -4- 1 ■£ .«rt
ami Coofldaoca ,1 ••" ' ~. } a •=
1..-.70 Ooldfl «-onsol ... 5..5 j 9.J5 , »^"»j it
I.oilO,C.olUrie!.l Daley .. .*♦ ♦„ | t ;4 .Jl*
ltn»t»;Kewanas ••■» -•'. * '72 i •>'
2>JO Mexican •- V 7 f •« .-«
1 300 Montgomery -'7 - . « j I.« 'J?^
»X» OpWr I 1{" ltt, .11 S*
3W -■■« ad ,•«* 410 " *BT«4 <•«•
R.MVUulcksilv.r •'?',- 4 M -1" J2
500 Red Hill -J '' g .IS 1- ■
UNO Silver We* I • 18 ' ..____- f
10.170 Total sales , | -
WHEAT.
f"»"- ' ■ ' '«• ' '!L-L- r - r rtrsr
:25.000jM»y option I*l HI «. *^|»* *» *«•*■
375.000, July option 1 14 • i *"

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