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The Future j
Bond Market
We have laaued a sssafal circular In vMss .
we outline our view* regarding the future bond
■avsiai.
Tbl« rtrcaJar explain* the reasons why we
recommend the exchange of bond* j»a>int * "
per cent, or lew for those Yielding a greater
return.
We flfSTrhe in tin circular several Issues
C? •»» -known' SaSrwa Bcnis now setting at .
;r<c«( to PasM •rprorimawir 5 per c-ent.
Write for Circular >'«. 297.
Spencer Trask & Co. j
'William, and Pine Streets
New York !
M'rr.V-ers New York Brock Exchange.
FISK&ROBINSON
BANKERS
Government Bonds
Investment Securities
Mrabert Vw Vsrk Stack Exchatp
SPECIAL LIST OF CURRCKT
OFFERINGSon APPLICATION
NEW YORK BOSTON CHICAGO
3* Cedar St. IS State St. 115 Adams St.
Coll or telephone us for bu>inq or selling quota.
ij tions on octh« or inactive bonds or stocks.
Swartwout & Appenzellar
jl Bankers.
!; MEMBERS M' YORK STOCK E\CH4\GE.
|i 3669
! _ ?6l°? 6 l°
Telephone | "^ij 44 Pine Street, New York.
! ? 5573
| 2610 .. . =====
WANTED.
IVtEBXAT. KICSEL CO. TRFF.
isintwi SICKEX CO. COM.
S. 11. V. PELL & CO.
HeSnbet* KeW York Ftock KxrhnTie-.
l>alcrs in CnlisteS and Inac«v« PecnriUes.
Tel. TSS.VC-7-S-:* Hanover. 43 Kxchnr>;o I. >■ '
crrr of i.ima (r^RL) 8% bonus
irirMW TAINT
GOWGAXDA AM) COBALT CONSOUDATED
EDWARD G. JOHNS,
4. EXCHANGE riAfE.
Telephone <H>S9 Hanover.
Dividend Notices.
UNITED STATES OF MEXICO
4% Baal I>ebt of 1904.
Coupons flue June 1. l£>o3. of the above bonds will be
raid on i-resentation at our office on and alter "■--•■•
date.
SPEYER & CO.,
24-26 Fine Street.
NeT- Tork, Mar -*. 19W.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAILWAY CO.
The Board of Director* has declared a semi-annual
divide- of two per cent. «p.m the Common r'tnek "*
the Company, payable at the office or the Company.
Arc*il» Building Philadelphia, Fa., on and after June
2?. 18( to the common stockholders as registered at
the close of business May 2f«. ■"•';'
E. H. ALDEN. Secretary.
THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA AND SANTA FE
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Coupons No. f>, due June 1. 19<>:>. fmm The Atr-hisor..
Top*ka and Santa Fe Railway O.mpany FIFTY-TEAU
FOUR PER CENT. CONVERTIBLE GOLD. BONDS will
be paid on and after that date np-<n presentation at the
office of the Company. No .". Nassau Street, New York
City C K. COOPER. Assistant Treasurer.
THE ATCHISON. TOPEKA AND SANTA II
K.\II.IVAV C«r.II'ANV.
Coupons No. 4 due June I. m*>. from Th<» Atrhison.
Top*ka and Santa Fe Knilvay Company TKN-VKAR
riVE>PER CENT. CONVERTIBLE COLD BONDS will
be paid on and after that date. ur>"n pr^sfntatinr. at the
clTice <■' the Comparr, N". ". ■- ■ ■-■■■■". New York
Crtr. C K. COOPEB. Asststsnt Treasurer.
MIXNEArOMS « ST. IXH!"*
RAllJt(l.\l» «OMI'AXV.
Our due .Tut-.f 1. 1 S*« »;». from !>on.ls of The Mlnne
arolls & Bt Louis Railroad Company Brill he paid on
end lifter •••at date upon pres»ntajinn at the office of
the company. 23 Broad street. N-\v Fork Oitv.
F. H. DAVIS. Tr<amrcr.
ADVERTISEMENT.-' AND SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR
LA. The Tribune received at their Uptown Oface. No.
1364 Broadway. t*twc-en 3Rth at and 1711 l St.. until »
©'clock p. m Advertisemrnts received at th* following
branch offices et regular efflce raics until B orlo'.k p. m-.
»'.;• ; 20' KB eve.. *. c cor. 2"d ?t.; 153 Cth aye.. cor.
12th rt.: 104 East 14-h St.; 2T.T West 42d .•• . belween
tth and Eth are*.: 283 West 125 th at ■ 10":» 31 aye- *
MONEY and exchange.
MO.N EY MARKET. — Money on call opened at
1& percent; highest, 2 pet cent; lowest, : vi per
cent; last loan. 1- 4 per cent; closing. ]»i<§ 2 per
cent; ruling rate. 1 A per cent. Time money con
tinned quiet. Rates, sixty days. 2<rt 2\t per cent;
ninety days. 2*4 <5 -Vi per cent; four months', 2\-~ fa
2\ per cent; five months. 2\(Ti2 per cent; six
months. ZQ3H per cent; eigrht months, r, *; -f? :: "
per cent, and nine months, 3hi'a I per cent. Mer
cantile paper was somewhat more active. Kates,
3^4@sH P*f cent for sixty and ninety days* In
dorsed bills receivable. 3^2@4 per cent for choice
four to six months' fcinple names, and 4 ' 4 '' 6 per
cent for those le«s ■well known.
FOREIGN" EXCHANGE. — The for»ipn exchange
market opened firm, ■with cables quoted at 4.SBos'ff
4. SSI", demand sterling at 4.57806 i 4.8755. and
Sixty-day balls at 4.5630fJ4.*C40. Short francs
were around 5.15 r '4 less 1-16, and short reichs
marks i>i> 7-16. The market held firm In the
afternoon, with rates uncharged from the open
lag. Cables were quoted at 4.£RQ".'<7 4ASIO. de
mand Sfeerttnc it -4.57*0<? 4.5785. and sixty-Jay
bills at 4.56n0#4.5C40. Short francs held at 5.1."^,
less 1-16, and short rsichsai at 9. > 7-16. Busi
ness was quiet.
Bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Blxtv days. Demand.
Bteran* 4.*7 4.S«:'i
Germany, rei-.-hamarks !**> v." ' j
Pane t ranos n.I«T» 5.13
Helium rranc« 6.19% S.ICVi
6wJl»erlaii<l. franc* '..IS'i BIS
Horand. sjaUden 40.30 40.45
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston, par; Chlr-apo,
80c premium; San Francisco, Right 2'-c premium.
telegraph l-c premium; New Orleans, commercial
tOe discount, hank $1 premium; Charleston, buyinff
par. selling l-10c prt'mluiTj; St. Ix>uis, 40c premium
bid. Me premium asked.
BANK CL£ARDSGB York. exchanges J^S2.-
S3.2CIG, balances J11,0c. : «,197; Baltimore, exchange
$4,139.^2*;, balances ${57,1i4; Chicago, exchanK'-s $.'>2,
5C6.67G. balances $3,127.40*!; Philadelphia, exch; n«es
122,737.1.':. balances C 354.219.
SIL.VER MARKET.— Commercial bar silver. T,2^r.
Mexican silver dollars, 4;i\ Bar silver In Ix>ndon
closed at 24-, d. a d<c!:ne of '«d.
GOLD mim In Madrid, 11.25; Lisbon. 13.70.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican exchange on
New York is quoted at 2.01 U.
GOVERNMENT RECEIP7S.-rust<>rn« receipt*
reported from W-ashinpton. t^,u?,,z:ti; internal reve
nue receipts. $778,561: miscellaneous receipts. ?vm.-236.? vm.
236. Receipts for the day. J3,7K,130; expenditures^
$2.«».0r<» Receipts for the mr>nth to date. $4V26,851;
expenditures. $55,171,000: excess of expenditures,
K144.145. Receipt* for th« rlscal year to date. $;*&.
054.541: expenditures. $640,6i32,i36; excess of expendi
lure*. $2E547.255.
SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury was debtor
to the Clearing House. »56.3a9.
AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
LcndOfl. May 27. i p. m.— The market for Ameri
can securities was firm and generally higher. I^ist
Quotations follow.
i/w!on New Tork New York
<"»■.»« e.j'ji'.skT.t. cl-:*». Change*.
.Arieonda •■•■-, M'» Z*>\ -r *a
Jktchwon _... 112«* 109^» 10!' -r '~i
Can Pacific IMH l*o 17UH -■*
Ft Paul 133 1 * 15" J4'..", - S
Erie .* .Ts*» 34* i M -r \
46 Ist pref :. M :S>\\ UIH J-l'i
Illlrwl* Central .. V*> -,4< . » * 14«: -f U
W ■■«■ A. Xk*h 142 13>'s l.">'i
J." V C«-mr«l UB 149*4 111»*» — U
[■can*]rlv«jua . ... <W'i !::4 1."4'» — : »
Jln-Mnt 7!> : » IM'i T IUH 4- '%
fiouthem J'at-irlc ...12T.' = IJ2S V^S'i. ' ■*- H
Vukis r»clS« DStt ttS% lvt'i — —-
V s et**i '•- r *> x i C"»fc + -%
Cn j.r.' l2S'i 11'jU 110 -r '»
FOREIGN MONEY M ARICET.-Oall money In
l^raden, Hi-ftCVi Pt«" cent; or»en market discount
rite for short bills. 1 9-lC*n"i prr cent: long bill?,
J 9-IC*. ! ;« per c^nt; Berlin discount rate. 2'i per
cent; I*arl«s discount rate, 1 i-i«'. per cent. Paris
pxchanpe on London. 23 francs I7 l i centimes; Ber
lin exchange en London, 20 marks fl . pfennigs.
Bar gold, ~s Sd. ,
FOftEIGN* SECVMTIES.— British consols for
money. S5 per cent; for De account, ij. Fnccli
s— Hi i. 97 francs t2\i centimes.
SECURITIES VALUES AT HIGHER LEVELS
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES-THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1909. __^
a-,a Altts-Chalmers Company lo^ia 1 H^SMS^mim^ ; Southern ...^iPlffinlil
~WT^ H SIKSS mpany pr... ifSTpi 1p P | jL* Iss city Southern pr 1 S*s ■;:'-• f'„2, 3| T
%2» * mated Copper S4' 2 j So „; 84% X- 85 ■ So. ij Keokuk A Dcs Moines « ; « 6 ,- «: i 69
109. -r i . American Agr. Chemical 89% *^1 "g :.££ $? ?g 100 Long Island ,SJ iS IS* 139 *» . 139} i
.s»' •-, American Beot Sugar 3. 2 . SS '>. 3, 2 j -.■» -.■,_ I. J§ 40 0 ♦Vi Louisville A Nashville MS* &OS $« -,. ■ 24 ; ,
1.2W ; •*, American Can £% »„ *f^ £„ . gjaj 4 no + U [Marine pr : «$ »* ;, ,* go i 77V* <?;?
POO —•, American Can pr 81 §1% SI 81% «#i »£g -^ _,£ Mackay Companies ',::* »0 ,--, itfu 137 15%
SJ« t•, Uraerlcan Car & Foundry X» 4 ,«% «% 66% W4 •*,-? _ £ M.. St. P. &B.S. M ■■■ - 137% j-",* 49% H9 140 , 4
3«« 1 +1«2 iAmerlcan Car & Foundry pn..i 11§J4 116% 116$ Ug* *»» "J*? J^ _£ M . St. P. &S.S.M. Pr 49% 149% »• ♦ J«-< _ -
300 !*■ vs lAmeriean Cotton Oil j 65V G^j 63> «3% 6£» g,, its - ; 'M.. St. P. &B.S.M. Pr subs. 144 144- "• f«£ 42 , gtt
7w _ American Ice Securities 3^ »• "5H* 1 8J ?-, R 4,500 ♦ % Missouri, Kansas A JexM j«% « v * «« -" * 71** T3^ f
1,500 -'i 'American Unseed 16% I' l . W% 1. » ' 100 I — Missouri. Kansas & Texas pr... 72 j. : 72- -r :7 - 7ri 8
600 i -i* '.'American Unseed pr 3^4 MJ4 2^ p- e< Js +Ui .Missouri Pacific M ,S*Lg* « 185 I 1»»
2.6W 1 t«» American Locomotive BJ% 58^ Kg °* Vl - 100 ■ — -. Morris A Essex l^> »» V; 56»4 87%
i3OO J +I*4 American Malt ■- »- .|J4 1? r ? I *j i^ ; ■'. National Lead ■^'2 s ' ',„-,' up, in 1!2
2.300 +2 .American Malt pr B^i K% :|2H BH Erf *S 2 425 +4?| National J Lead pr ;. WiJ* »J ? ! '-'., 8 i\c.. 53% 54
4,40 i •7» American Sme^ig 9«4 f^\ |2 ggj 4^ _*i , National R. R. of Mexico pr... 0..' ? 53% W mw. 2594
300 -% •American SmelUng pr B 88£ S% «% ' -> y, »» *« — ? National R. R. of Mexico 2d pr 25% %* ■„., •&
13 : — .. American Steel, Foundry new..-. 40 |40j 40 40 09- *> , *f - h ouse Mining & Smelting?. *» ■ -^ iso-% 13 ,,- 130^
UOO - 4 American Sugar 1334', 1-Wi 1?3 g 133^ WA 1« % v:: , +% New York Central : I--' 3*3 * '•■„ ■" „r* 4S%| 41
230 - 3 American Tel. & Tel 1-- 3S^ 8 | ioS u ioS«A ISBH ; , J-J» -__ s New York. Ont. A Western ,«J 49 «| wg nlvi
Fir£iSnV- : :::::::-: ?i = s ®^£j^.v^=E aa ss **
• ! y,,,::::::::::::::^U:- . - ai^EE^fflflßßßißSa^i
1.7.W i + 4 illalUmore A Onto 114*, 114% I" 1"% -114H l.g« Jj? p., a&St L 92 ?,„ 92, 9;,, S
r.«JK) I t i^, Bethlehem St«l I 2SJ4 £9% »J4 -^ -' -• ■* ](^ .t. pittsburir Coal ; \jW, J2? 42 . v - 1 42*4 .i 2 ?
110.) rtifc Bethlehem Steel jif 60% c ? 00% 61* ffi|: Gi Pressed Steel Car « 42*4 4- a^.,* i,,3 104
2.110 i t.% Brooklyn Rapid transit > 7% 78 «S% s« 7|vi i. . + g pressed Steel Car pr «?*?¥* lS 175 - -
6,200 4 - 8 ! Brunswick I^* » W% ». J.V* »■; iPhelps-Dodge 11 Su. '' „Jl„ ' % 7 Ri
100 1 — l«4 Canada Southern ,2L* L® ,SS? i^Sl 110 : lO> — Quicksilver pr ,'- J^ ».» »■«• 43 a.
«m ' ■ nadian Pacific 1J9% I.'. lj^, 179% 179% 180, ,„-, _>„ 'Railway Steel Spring « 43 43 « „ ..^
»« ■ Central Leather »£ -;;• iS*l lS* 1^ m' 8 200 -H •Railway Steel Spring pr •.. Ms|4 | C 0.4 j'J-.? in4^ 1M
200 I_ > 4 .central Leather pr JJ« W4^ IS? 5aJ »*? 2M E3.U* + 'i Reading •••••■•• «™ ™& '::, b Wfl 291. 29?»
20 I — Central of New Jersey, saw.... 291, 291 3»1 29i_, -.J. -^ .. + „ - Re j, ub if c Iron & Steel 28 _J. B : 7, t-• * M »3
1.300 i + hi. jChesapeake & Ohio 77% .3 ... ..;* i* i«A £|$ 431/ Re pubUc Iron A Steel pr | 90% M w^ •* 1 JJ % g , %
4VO ; *»4» 4 Chicago A Alton 70 10% SO. TO% •0& .1 ( +,» Rock Island :»* 31% 31. s 70% 70%
3"K> I +'» Chicago Oreat Western -t-s 6 4>, 5 4* »- ■ . i „, Island pr .. •• '? ( '^* 'V,. H5 '* 4t ,* 45
KH) i -*« iChicapo Great Western pr A... 28J4 2SV4 28Vi -•-;.■ »* .-.-' : ,-.,„ _181 8 St. v i s & San Fran. 3d pr.... 45H:45 44,, » *? %
•a •4 4 biS Jill: 1 ii: ish,::: il »A m if 4 1" g#l S i «.^p M£,i£ | : .%
is r s : : I& g g£*sS*= a I >f. m & i., sx a psaag&ri ■«= = ; rp 1 1 .aj ,i
4S S SSSSSS a&£S:E::: SJ ft. |j «v «| S : $ isSS ffiSf^.v.:::::":::::: 'g f* f$ fg, &'•
K-0 +i t Colorado A Southern Ist pr ! 82\i 82% K% K% S2J4 BZ% '. + v Southern Railway pr »* W «»,*. '' J, r * ■,-,
4 no — * Columb« A Hocking C. & 1...| 6^| «•» OS, .^i" ± ? jJL iw + % Texas & Pac1f1c..f...... U*s 33% «|» ' K^« ;■ ; B 8W?
X.V) +»i Consolidated Gas 143J4 1«J4 j 142* I«V| I«J4 ««» )(H) +1 g Third Avenue Railroad. 28% 30W 2» 4, w» „.: . .. „,
X6OO - ■-.. com Products Helming 23V4 23; | -••, J 23% »% -• ,2 ; '-'^ __* Toledo Railways A Light 10% Ws ;.,.- |"» iS| -•„,*
. ■■.-:* "ffiffiat-: - H«s|Sf3 fm j
: . •Distilling S^.-uriti^s • * !S . U S Cast Iron Pipe AF. pr..J 77 T7 n « h
. Dulut .- • . Shore & At. pr. «» _ nlted states Realty A Imp . • i
: ? 4 '^' v." •'-'-'■ -' ' ijoo —% United States Rubber - y, H .'?, * . ]n '*
: \. ■ . - 5 United States Rubber rit pr.... lU% 111^ lU% 111HU11
■, ■ y. t . ■ : L'nited States Rubber 3d pr... . i •4, .* 'A ■
ss v fess asaASSK? ; >S jPi:Pi* I s lit 1 J i : I United SUtes Steel Bi I; „ ;„* v E
■ united States Steel pr >}'<\* IJ:'> '.'; 7 . "^ '1,"
- : Company m\\ l«0% 160 M. 160 i 2 Utah Copper ,••■• «g ?, jWi
--,'=•-': MJn»" « i% '' 12L lSk 1«K l.« o♦% Virginia-Carolina Chemical •« i »» "«
I ■- ■;■ , ; :e: liiff 411 - ilHSiil 1 1 1 1 1 1
S,m 1 -: I- -Metropolitan r.. 44% 4o\ 44%| 4., 45 t*A>\ ».««> +_* : Western Union Telegraph TOs KVS .o ■», «»% w
100 -% International | Harvester 83% «% H% .83% Bj% 84 300 _ westinghouse Mfg .'. " I^"'* 121 ' 120 2 121
&0 _i 4i 4 international Paper 13 4W% 1-. ♦ I^4 13 13% jw Westlnghouse Mfg. Ist pr 131 12T in. la- Jg w
2ou InternaUonal Paper pr '•*'•',' 58% 68% 5^ 6SU 100 -1 Wheeling A Lake Erie Ist pr.. 23:» 23% 23% 23, -4
200 -%^ InternaUonal Steam Pump.... « 40_ 40 40, 89^ 40^ iw __ .Wisconsin Central pr etfii 91 91 51 »l »'v »»
200 — «4j {international Steam Pump pr. 8. 8. 1 * S7 87^ 8««. N.s *- J , II' 1
900 +'i llowa Central • «M* a - ' '' r ' •■' "
•Unlisted. — ■ "
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
STOCK PRICES RISE.
Trading Light and Chief!?/ for Pro
fessional A ceo nt — -Money
Rates Easy.
On a light volume of business stock market
values recovered the losses Buffered in the pre
ceding day, closing at net Rains in the greater
number of shares, with sspedsj strength In th<
anthracite group, the Wabash Issues, St. Louts
Southwestern preferred; Reading. Union Pacific
and United States Steel common. The last
I named stock was bought by foreign houses, but
1 the general London inquiry was an unimportant
factor !n the. day's operation?. As a rule prices
•were higher at the opening and gathered
strength throughout the chief part of the live
hours of trading, final figures being near the
best. The character of speculation appeared to
indicate that the transactions for lower values
that marked the earlier days of the wreck hrul
run their course, though there was nothing in
the dealings indicating any Increase in Interest
on the part of the. public, or active buying by
substantial speculators for the rise, ■ large per
centage of the business resenting covering by
the shorts. The advance in the coalers and the
recent relatively small declines in the genera]
list in the face of active efforts to bring about
materially cheaper quotations were factors en
couraging bullish sentiment among traders, \vhil»
the - ports of Increasing railroad earning ami
I the Indications of a steady expansion in orders
received by the steel companies, together with
continued ease in the money market, also helped
to discourage the Idea that anything more than
passing declines Is possible in the current mar
ket without the development of some disturbing
! influence. Strength in Wabash brought forth
the old story about a Wabash-I-ackawanna Sea?.
and while the movement was not accompanied
by official news regarding the Wabash prop
erty the character of the buying in the com
pany's bonds convinced the speculative com
munity that at no remote time announcements
favorable to the security holders will be made.
The La cka wanna could use with great profit
' the Wabash, and from remarks made yester
day by a director of the latter there Is some
reason to believe that the matter of control co
ing to the Lacka wanna has bom under discus- |
j sion. United States Steel common, for tho
1 sixth successive day, made ■ new high record
in the afternoon, while among other prominent
late features were National Lead preferred. Re
public Iron and Steel preferred and the local
tractions.
A year ago the financial community was seri
ously alarmed over the position of the Erie Rail
road, owing to the poor earnings of tin 1 com
pany and the Idea held in some quarter! that the
property would be unable to finance its obliga
tions without the protection of the court through
receivership proceedings. Since that time a
! marked change for the better has taken place
In the company's affairs, as reflected in the an
nouncement that It win not be necessary to is-
Ftie the collateral bonds recently approved by
the Public Serice Commission, and in the in
creased transportation receipts of recent months,
' the April report Just received showing a gain in
; gross of $374,732 and in net a gain of $253,307.
' making an increase In net in the last ten months
jOf $3,771,303. The road not only is earning Its
interest charges, but is showing a comfortable
. balance for its first preferred stock, which at
; this time next year should be back In th«
dividend column. The price of this stock in
: dicates Increased confidence in the property. All
■ the coal roads are doing well, but, as a rule,
stock market values have adequately measure,!
the improvement already recorded" and that
•! which is looked for In the future. Reading's
L April report shows for all companies of tho
> system a gain in net of $397,970 and a gain in
surplus after < hsrrs-es and taxes of $400,087, cur
rent returns fully justifying the Idea that th.»
' common stock will be placed upon a 6 per cent
! basis, •/Wen at the present market value of th«»
issue would mean an investment yield of 3.8 pi-r
i cent, which does not appear attractive enough
;to induce Investment buying. Reading at- a
; lower quotation would be a good investment
j purchase, while the same thing may be said of
I many other shares that in the last few months
have been moving under the influence of ag
i gressive speculative buying. Speculation at the
I moment is made up of the operations of the pro-.
' fesslonal element, showing no indication of a
; public demand for stocks and little interest on
the part of the substantial Interests, general
j operations being in line with those that usually
1 precede the development of an important move
: in one direction or the other.
Money conditions present no indication of
I activity in the market in the immediate fut
j are, while sterling ' exchange continues it a
; level that suggests further shipments of gold,
j especially in view of the firmer tendency of
i money at the British capiml and the demand
j upon that centre for gold for the Continent and
j fur South America, shipments yesterday from
J London to Argentina amounting to more than
i $1,000,000. The Bank of England snows in its
• we<kly return 1 proportion of. reserve to ]ia
| bility of 47.84 per cent, against 41-. per cent a
!iffo and 51.fi last year, and a nine-year av
«rs^o for this period of 47.78. the decline in the
last week being fully reflected In the open money
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUTE, FRIDAY, MAY Jfc nt*T'_
market, though the bank rat* remain* at 2'^
por c^nt, th« same as at this time In 1'" I In
the corresponding week in 1907 the rate was 4
per cent.
BOND MARKET SALES.
l,v<v> Japan 4'js... N | SOf«> I^'-ka gteel **... ?SH
2000 do '•'* 1 *! '""" Imc <;»» Kef ■
CX>O do ..., . •.'» I F.xt .">» 100
1000 do 21 ? »3H HW> I, S A M Po 4s
9000 do ... 3- i«3V " 1".1 I "■•*»
IF**) Anjont. 58 R^-ts.. sihH| I'V> do 3'i« WJI
6.J0.1 Rep of <-'H>a ."a 103% : i:.'«»' <1.-> l»b *« I* 1 »
•■:,».. IT S of M*x 45.. SC. I :*•"• I-vilk & Jff 45.. «..'i
8000 N v City 4a I 1000 Ivi & N N v &
1966 101% Mob Ist 123H
BOM ,-. " 1"l L >i no Man hat 4s f^tji. .I'"* 1-*1 -*
£HH>) dO lnlS;.-!.ICNt ,!o ''"",
7000 do 4fts 1857.. .1H\ 1 15000 Marine 4H».-,... 74 ~»
lfMVx» do lll"»! 8000 J-i "*J4
■ •.*.., do 111S 21""12 1 "" 1 d.. 74 •
innoo do new. lll**! 11<n«> Mo Kan « Trt S
490W do 111% F 4He IH
](>rw> dn 4'--s lf»l7...l<>»'* ' •■" l '° d.» lift 4s St--»
■>(,(>» ■■ ■ new.ll>4'*i 2 1 i'"> do »"> *
;imi) Adams Ft 4!< . . 94 j I 1 " 1" Mo Pacific 4?< 88^
3'"X> A!!is ("halm Tis.. 68UJ12000 d.> «**?>
joOD do £* i (000 «1« Trust Sn T'l**
2(«>fM» do ' W»H 9000 Xa»h C*Bt 1* I*l
"■.... Am Cot Oil 4't?. 17V1 000 •'•» lISH
131106 Am H & I> «" ..I<X) ! 7onn N», Eire 11 It '" M
85000 Armour 4Vi«Ctfi 123000 Nat l(y ot Mx
w I. HH 4' 2b2 b M*
C.OOO <Jo 88**TW000 d ■ !«
6*looo do W.i.-UMHM 0 - ■ ■ SSH
list 100 Am Tel & Tel [4<i'"«> <J.. O3»
<Vmvt 4s 1"2 5t5 t :i4'M«> d '•'••
71f>0() do 1"- T «, •'•'"' N V Air Ilnike
Jfidrt do i"'< , Convt «• 112
2000 \m Tobacco •'„>=.. 11-'*! l"<v» N V <• Q*n 3'r«.. l«'4
liinnn * .lo 112WI *W"i 'M C Col 3H« 84
j-cc) do 4s .so*: l''H«t NYC AStl. Ut
BUW» Atrti Top & » P I 4s 101 H
.\!J 4» stj.l... M i. 2000 N V <; * E L. II
likhh> d, Gen 4? l<«t\ *P 4» 83%
4.«« ido ■• I<«> % . 2^o dO Wi
5000 do I' 1" 1000 N V UicW & W
it»»i <i,. nvl te.v.lllfc Const &« 'I" »
n<»Mi do 111 s 6000 N V N it ,v 11
4000 do ■" III s * Deb ft I."W
I.NMNIO d.) Convt 4«...1"1''« •VVV> do Convt .Vr.i. .LoS *
j.hkXj do 109* I'Xki N V <>nt & WVst
18000 d.> Tran 3i- i- •>-.'; Ref "1- lf.»
r.f«)<> do "•*'• COOO N«.rf * Wt-nt r c
4- .-»i At Coast 4« S«.SI * C 4» X'- I *
DOOO do I. & v 45.. VI >if C""<> N.. Pac On .. 74*»
r^wO I: & O Cold 4s.H'l j 4'N«» do 74V
1.... do si:r.KH» T »| !•<««> do Prior 4» l"l'\
(V«k> ,10 100% 1 10000 Or Short I»l»t-6".H»
4Ono ,n> fwn .1".5... "4 I4oo< do Gtd Ref 4i>. •■'■"•'i
S<xm» Beth Sie»-1 5».:.. 88% 4<«>O Oz.ark & C Con Da \i7 •
::'""• J!k Rapid Tr 4- »s', l<««. J-ao Coast Ist D».110H
2i«kki .'-. X , 11000 l"a<- T«l *i Tel ."»
v.-.k«) d.> B8 . Rets l . '*
1000 Can So Ist Kxt ! awi Perm Conrt .'!';.«. l |Ml '-i
e,s ion'iili»««) do ass 1915 . l« »
TUMI i- Of Ga Con . r »s.ll't't| 4'Kio do . '••:
1000 do liov* n,,«. d.. ■ ■ !>T '4
!,»,<«» <lo lUtN! ! •<• do 4s KM* I".*>
1 ..I do Sd Inr Ptpd. i«l | 41x10 do l"4"i
40.M1 <-..;,i 1. ■!!',,, ,".s. St^N'. lono do Con r.s 1943.102 ft
2<>OoO C pa C <;t.l 4«... {•7 1 tt 6000 P •; a.- C Chic it
r<iX)O Cent Vermont 4« '•■' I *] Con 0s 121
5000 C A O Fnd r.s.loi", i.-iMO Reading •;• « 45.. 100
">kh» do 102 10000 ■. ■ J <■ Col 4-« - ■•:'■..
r.<KHn> d , 101 ' i 15000 Rio t; \v i-t .... Mi
2<xino do I"!** r."<M» do Col Tr r.5... W^i
imiDO do Gen 4V4« .1004 11000 St I. Ir Mt &. Bo
2'mmi chic & Alton »• 78ft rt.f 4s L>
rKiOO C.v W I Con 4s fC.'illooi-iO do Rtv « C in. 90%
8000 do 98% r.f«iO do •*%
JOOOO do 85H 1000 St I, * S F l'- v
liniA cB £ Q <j f ' n •* '" I * Gen Be . llo m i
10000 do i'»'.. 3f>oo do It R ';•■! 5s lil'i
;iipn«. do Joint 4s i'X'i 20000 do ;:•• 4s Hl l i
IC*I (j,, c. !>**» l'"(H» st 1. Swn Con I" 81
4000 do '.' <, 2UOO 3\ V M A M 2d
14O1X) do ■■-■. •'« 101 4
NMiO <!o Kec nSF. ■•."■» 2000 do Mont C :>*. ill*
7000 do 11l Dlv SHU 111 li I 1""'I 1 ""' San A.M A P 4s. I*o
MKKt do 4- . . . . 101% 4"<>o do t«»'i
1000 Chic Mil A Si I' f-** l "' F.>:il> A L Gold 4» f4 3*3 *
c;--. Sfta B-. . t»l 1 ItMHHi d,> S l ,»
r,<-n») do '.>:'» i".<«J<> do bo
limhi chic R I .v Pa ■ HV««> do 85V4
tien .!■< . ... 100% ('»«> do 85H
WOO do Re( 4s 92% 16000 So Pao Ist U'-f 4a 95ft
•{mi.l do »2ft 1600001 60000 do Con vt 4h Rets
SO<lo do 92ft full raid WO
IWKIO do »- 22009 do Ist paid ....!'»'
LiM«t do It It 4s . 80* anon do ■■■••"*
IMhhi do M 20000 So Rjr <i*n 4s ... X-t 1 .
litrMMi do *•" ■- 10000 do ■■ 8314
:;1h,,. do w " ' '■""• do 83
X**> do col Tr ."■- 1»3 1000 Term Coal Iron &
1000 C St I» M I O It Gen 6s . . 102"i
Cs 129 ft 5000 Third Avi Con 4a
BMO Col Bo Ist 48 . ... US Btpd ... •'■:• ; »
2000 do Ret & Ext 100110 do 70
4'js 99H 000 Und El lon 4'i»- *4%
]10ofl do '■>'■< -• 5000 do K5
l«00 do ''■■ - I 1000 do Ini ■ '•'■
4000 Col & in. I fin 7H** s.h«> do •'•'■• 141 4
12000 do ■ "7 '' l-'»»i ■!•• •'!"' J
*..i., .-. matock Tun 4* »■«' ' mm Un PaclflC Ist 4p.li"^ s *
nono do 21 li.HKMt do 108
|(HIO do 23 toon do 11.-f 4h .... Hit 3*3 *
IS""* I>.t- II Convt 45.10. >'-: 7000 do Convt 45 .... W7
5000 I> ,v It (i Con 4a !17% 22000 do I<»7'i
10000 do it(f Bi ** 1 * 23 do i' ! T'»
lixioo di '•"'•' iikiih) r S Rubber s F
Utkit do '.4. <"« <"'f» 1114
RAOn Disi Sec Corp r.s 77'« 10f»0 do 8s 104 ft
1000 Elk Jol A.- E Ist 2IHX> do 104%
Sa 11-"' l(»ic»i do 104 ft
limh»o Erie Ist Con 4*.. 91 I iiwin T S Steel S PPr. r 1«>l%
1000 do Ist Con 75.124H I(NKto do !"■"
5000 do <;<-n 4s 7.»« 200410 do 104*4
]0000 do 7H'2 20ihm» do . i"i "1
7'"»> do 7!> 7 « Bono Va-Car Chem Bs. 1»7
f^NiOO do s<> unit Wabasn Ist 55...112' i
28000 do 7 < .t\ 28000 do 112%
10000 do Convt 4s A. SO 20m do 2d 10814
Jiwvio do 85% 2ih«> do lin'a
TrOort do s: ' ■''» 2800 .■;.! Bq 3 1' 85..102 Vi
l'««» do 85J4 3000 do Ref & Ext
.".000 do £•*>'* 4s 7i;'2
35000 do H "rt'j HOOdO do 7«T»
10<H(0 do 7«',i J471V10 do 77
•000 do 78 40600 do 77 ! »
liv»»> do 7.V* 12280001 228000 do "7 ! »
5000 do r Col Tr 4b S!> 190000 do 77*»
SOOO Gen Elec 31!?...3 1 !?... Sift ISOOOO do 77 l -»
3000 do "1 180000 do 77 11 *
2000 Ind 111 & la 4*.. »m 128000 do 77 s *
8000 Ind Nat Gas «p. 04 ft 1 , 17000 .-;,, 77 7 i
9000 Inter R T Convt j 257000 do 78
6s 10SH 2000 W Pitta Term Ist
24050 Int*r-Met 4^5... 7S rtfg 48ft
2fHioo do ~.. 7«'-«|noor> do 4'.>\
12000 do 78 "4 1100001 10000 do 4!> l i
84000 do 7SS| SOOO West Md 4s '■"• »
■0000 do '•'-■ 10000 do . WS'-i
1001100 do 7> » 1000 do 85 1 *
81000 do 7«% 1000 Waal Shore 4s
50000 do 7Sft 5&F.103
8000 do Etes 78 2000 do 103
.•.""<> Int &Ot N" 2d. IOOH 3inn> do r.rcr 101 ft
JWXh) In'-r Paper 05...1«4% 1000 Westing S F f.s.. 84%
linn 1:0 Convt Cs... K7';l inooo ,!,, fti'j
]O<Kl do US SOOB d.i 94%
8000 rat St Pump Qa.lOnH(lO000 Wheel .<• L. B Ist
1000 low* Cent Re( 4s 71-'7 1 -' Con 4s RS'i
Bnoo do 7. . 10000 do ... . ss-%
lOOrt k C,*t Sft M4»fiS lioiKif) da . , Ss'i
'JOOO Kan City So ,'is.. 74"ij Oikki \\'|s ('Vnt Cell 4-- BS 1
S4O:TO do vr» I 10000 do Rim ■ l>ul
K«.o Kn A Ohio Ist..HSU! Term 4s . 9»';
Total .sales of bends, $4,094,500.
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS,
An-.pilenn Can iim Diamond Match j«7
■i i pr*t 81** I National Hiorult pref.'iir 4
Am Shipbuilding: prcf.lOS'^ (National Carbon.. ... 83
A Booth }'nk pref !T » iQuaW Oat* pi-pf. .r.IM
Booth .Fisheries . . '■ (Streets Stable Car.'.'..'.'. 4.%
<1" I>r«r M I do pr«f ' lf>i T «
rhicasn Fabv>Rv .. sriHiSwift a-, <~ , 10S .*
Pneumatic Tool 24 '■» R.i< Boarrl rref 13* i
Chicago Telephone 133 U'eople 1 * Gas., 113 V
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales and ths
closing quotations for stocks In which there wer«
no transactions yesterday on the New York StoclC
Exchange:
la«t dostnx. I Ln»t r loslag
sale, ni.'i x«ked .a;- PH.Aske<i.
BI .it
AjScSvtW 974 98 Lake 8h0re.320 810^ 4W
ABSnjtpt P3T4 120 B5 1 Marine .... _^ * ' 3 * '•' •
\1- oil dV 103 100 I'^ 1 Manhst F<'.i 2 V » -'■» »
Ai^DTeL » » » Mnnh«t K1..147 14«5 1«
Am Fxp 2J:» 22* 230 I M«l foa! pf. !» TJ -
Am laufc^ !'•!. -- l » Nash Tsi : ,2* 129 13T,
- ;.i, 24n Vash * CTi.l29
■ : , |01 104 ••
Am Su Pf 1-"<S HT'i 121' 4° Pref..l23 122W 123J4
*Sr«cT 77 W. XEn*M P . W U* »H
. AI , w^l »» 85»i MH <lo jr*-:... 1-*1 -* 88 R7
AnnArbmr— 13 3° X*w C Coal .'.r> 4O
80 N T
V ■: ■ " j
iV^ l^^ « N^i^:^ I *^.^
rJ *ref :fl 121 1» 'NT *KJ T.IM I=3, .I=4
• % Ai ' r> 7« 731, 77H Far OMWt. . J>« M M W
s P r.:i«o m i«
('ANvifii 7'i 7S 7%| Paw 4 East, a I'l 27
efkupi"— 4o -. pit coat »c. '' *- 4 - ao
g^i f ::S Km^S^S%
■-■» !',! 1'""> ■ 7 •' 1
*f in»H '•--■ '•■• I PV *
m" ?Tr 2 2142 l 4 ; r.- . ls:pf. »ii -I »M*
do rrrf «» - m i '1- M I f - WO 100 101
.^.iT' i' T- r.»; r,-4 « Ren- * Bar— lk *' —
§£rfes^a - R W A •■« l'-v, 1-j-.-, «^
P u-. " 178* Ru< RR ;f 371* » 41
if 78 "- RB Sll JkßFlstpf W% «BH TOH
cJT^fipf! WH W% M ! iJoCAffletna i.v» i^>
dn pref 120 Il« I 2«
I>M fcFtD l-"*4 — l:- 1 *' <1 " »<"«■•-• ' ts • '-' '
m> . itß 114
Ref**A.l7 V,\ 17* S« Pac pt.120 12«4 l^>'i
Er»*H*.«S m 7.-. BRRM*O^M « 00
,!o -!'f M M "■'> '•Tonn <-..p. 41 4.^ 43
f f h^in' 71 ,7 73 IT4PI.Tr. 90 M>S I"'-*
J ,l!) nref 103H H« 1«'» lUßajr&P.. 14 . 14 1»'»
,| 1V El iV v B| ' r.'-H4 - (in pref... 7«% 7. 77
,U t.r'f m — W Vn I " il - ' <f - »7 ""," 'L
11, Vnl 07 07 K'2 t T Il« Inv. . .TV'4 MH 3S
1 o P ...... Mtt U Clltar pflllO I* 110
: E jftre»s W
I -I I •■•"■•'- »H — «UB L«ipMlß 12(» k
MltaliA-W IW - ÜBR*K.vIO '" »*■
?o vr'f Mi "3 ~ A" rr-f... 30 2S 2|>
Si 7^ » |
Kftßtof S 2^ Hrt Well* F8..380 3-JT.
Kiorcpf m ra «7 V... *I. k. 11H ion it
MeOuoen w 1... ■ *»Mpr..«- «H 14
l7l!*W. 25 2-'-'j 2.'. I Wis (vnt. ...-..'. M " r «
•Unlisted.
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Report) I by Clinton Gilbert, No. 2 Wall street )
Bid. Anknd. I I 1'!I 1 '! A»ked.
Alliance Realty i"' lift Lawyer** Mtße. 3.x) :tn>
Am Surety.... 214 217 Law T Ins ft T 240 243
... : >' -"('.l.'. i Lincoln 152 H 15754
Bankers' . 878 890 Lot* !-l Lit L 1L 1 •-•■.•:. **
Bond * MtR». 460 485 (Manhattan .... «T.) 3l«0
Broadway 13S 142'ilMen-antlle 7^ "•'■''
Brooklyn' . 41"« 42.'. t Metropolitan ... 060 C7O
,aii^(?'le . is., 1W m rtsjasa Bond. 110 113
Cm im of Am. I-..". it.". M ••••" 480 —
Central " \>'*< 8,100 Mutual 1-0 111
dty investing. '".."> ~>o Mutual ' llanea 130 ISO
Citizens' .. . 1* — Nassau li»J 170
Columbia .... 24::<* — National Buretj ISO IS7^
Commonwealth. ISO N V I. I a Tr.1.1.M, I.UB
Commercial... 14.-. 14s « V Mt>.- * Baa HB 2<«>
Empire Trust. 240 — New York 609 810
Equitable *'<•< 470 ;r.-. r ,w>s SBB —
Farm I. ■ T 1.275 -- Quells County. ISO 124
Fifth Avenue. »'»• — Realty Assoc... — 103
Flat bush ■ 200 2"0 Standard 32.1 —
Franklin 200 — Title &Tr . ItW 510
Fulton "7 | > — TICo of N Y. IM ISO
Fidelity 204 2"7 ! .i Tni«t Co of Am :i7."> 4'»)
Guaranty CJW 72.'> fnlun .. I.MO 1.300
Guardian . .. , 168 MB rnlted States. ..l.l(x> —
Hamilton I'Tit 275 I" S Casualty... SM 218
Home Trunt... IDS — IT sM & T 4.10 4411
Hudson Realty i'»i HO VBT O & 1.. no t;o
Hudson . . 170 — Waanlnston ... ST.". 410
Int. i Bks Corp 108 — |\Ve ? tfhe-<ter ... !«'• 198
Kinits County. 4("» MO |v. & » TA M. IS3 —
Knickerbocker. 320 330 | Windsor UB 140
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles I>. I!arn> y a {'■>„ No. •_'." i: .ii *t..
New York, and No." I^2 South 4th St.. Philadelphia )
Bid. Asksd. hi,] As-.vi.
Am «Vinpnt ai^. :ts\ I^>hlKh Nay in;: lOVi
Am lly Co -i-".>j 4:.\. 1.. lilKh Val It R. 7>-'. 7}'!
Cambria Bteel... :".i'j 38% l'hlla Co 41 1 4 4*
Con Tr of N .I."? 77*4 do prt'f 44 * 44U
EI«fl st Hat CO. 48 t8 Pun it R C«..,.. <;:'. mi
Kl«c Co of Am. 12% 124 Perm Steel pf...104 1,,-,
Kairnrmnt Trac. 11 12 Plilln !:]■ •Co . U T i 12
den Asphalt 28 24 rt.ila nap Tr .•»;■-, 3->«i'
do pret mv, MM Smokclcwa Tow... lit i-
Ins <•■• of NA. -2 22', Union Traction... MU B«U
iMke, Sup Corp. "Jit 204 In <;ai< Imp Co.. tO% M
do pref 62 B2\ a Welsbach Co. 31 33
BONDS.
Am n>- mm .Is. SC, M Phila Elec 45.... 7314 7(1
Klou & Peo 4a.. :*: * »4 1 do Bs 102 HV"*
X J UN, HWHi 107 Phlla Co 5a 08 :-'
Peo I'ass Ky 4«. »7'«. S| V
BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by R. L* Day a Co.. No. 17 Wall street.)
May 26. May 27. ji ay 2 « May "7
Boat 4 Albany.. 2B4* 1235 Boston Con*. . isif iSu
Boston Elev. . 130 120 i-,ii & Hecla M..640 (855,
Htchburn pref. • 132 i* 132 Centennial Mln . 32' iS3
Old Colony... :i»T« Ms Copper Ranso M 81* 811,
Old Colony IUTI4 liiS Fianklln Mm . IH-; ia2
Went End St Ily I>H» V»l', ■ Granby Mln " 104 103
•i" I"-' 10-, 106 aaw Con Mm::: 15« m
Mass Kle<- Coa..*l3H 1'; Mohawk Mm fir. «ii
do pief »70 »70 No Butte H 571 X
Am rneumatic. 9 H%[Oaee«la Mln ISS 135
do V"-' l- ll » 10<i Old Imm Mm.. . r.4»i MH
Am Tel * T Co.ISSH l;;*s Parrot Mm »2 »2
New KnK T. 1... 1.(2 130 Quincy Mm Hit m
W Tel & T Co.. 11 1! Tamarack Mm... 70H 70
BO ptrt M M' 4 Wolverine Mm 147 147
Un Sliuo Macb.. i.| x i PS L' a .-• nelters Co. 4'.\ bo»1
do l'r»f 2*l 23% rt, „ref „,i 4 .,,,
Arcadian Mln... .1 :. C s CHI t ,l 3-1 "
Atlantic Mln .. 11% 'X.^ Maxi 'in-; CA'i (■„-,
Khannon-Min.... 10 15% 1 ,|,, pref ■», m»u
Unlte.l Fruit.... l::f, <, ISO^iftali 40', 41
•Asked.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
BM. Auk oil. BM A-l:»f1
4.«. M.-iv. T«7. 1.1 11 Vfe 112 \4*. NOV., '38. re lOOW 101 <-i
4V jB . Nov., T. 7, mm 112 «£., Nov.. '65.1. ,0>;, 0 >; m*\
4 Vi s. May. 17 1 l"4 l * IC4J4 :t>.sß. May. 'St. cp !>IH Ll'
48. Nov., '88, ! . 1"1 ! , 101;»i3ij8, May. 'M rg tM>«» 01 4
4b. May, ft". J...101H H'l •»•.!,, Nov., iv. rv 102 1024
4!«, Nov., f 5<J, rg.lOO'i iol«k|*6s, Nov.. f IW. rv 104>4 I(H*i
•Coupon or registered- (
Executor Chartered 1822 *****
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
T/mivm PABX&
18 BU^SSsL Whfch. « »—~* *—« .
Bills of Exchange, Cheques and Cable Transfers.
Travelers 7 Letters of Credit
Payable Throughout the World
Administrator Guardian
I Franklin Truil Company
% 1 66 Montague Street, Brooklyn 14° Broadway, New Tm
* Acts in every fiduciary capacity. Allows interest on Demand and Time Deposits
$40,000,000
NEW YORK CITY
4 Per Cent. Gold Stock and Bonds
Exempt from all Taxation
Issued in Coupon or Registered Form
Interchangeable at will alter Purchase
To Be Sold Tuesday, June 8, 1909
At 2 o'clock P. M.
$38,000,000 Corporate Stock, Payable lay Ist, 1959
$2,000,000 Assessment Bonds, Payable lay Ist, 1919
COUPON INTEREST PAYABLE
AT OPTION OF HOLDER
IN NEW YORK OR LONDON
A LEGAL INVESTMENT FOR TRUST FUNDS
Send b!<J» in a sealed envelope enclosed In th« addressed »n»-:=p-s. A DEPOSIT OF TWO
PER CRNT OF PAR VALUE MUST ACCOMPANY BID. Such deposit must be In tsocey or
certified check upon a. New Turk State Bank or Trust Company or a. National Ba=it For
ruller information •«• -City Racord. ' published at Room No. 2. Cltf HaU. New York,
Consult any Bank or Trust Company* or address
HERMAN A. METZ, Comptroller City of New York
280 Broadway, New York.
Fifth Avenue Trust Company
Fifth Avenue and 43d Street, New York, X. Y. Acts as
Trustee, Guardian. Executor. Allows interest on deposits sub
ject to check. Issues Travelers' Checks and Letters of Credit
Safe Deposit Vaults.
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
BpecnlaUon In tho market for outside securities
was quiet, with price movements irregular. The
mining stocks showed fair animation In spots.
The pper Issues failed to respond, however, to
tho further advance In tho prlco of the metal.
In the industrials, American Tobacco, after an
Improvement of 5 points, lost 3. Standard Oil
was firm. Chirr. Subway ran off I - at the
opening, but recovered all but a fraction American
Writing Paper preferred was strong. There were
no transactions In United Dry floods. The com
mon stock was I"! 1-., bid at tIM close, and tho
preferred 109*; hid. and 110>4 asked. In bonds, "West
ern Pacific is were the feature, advancing *? on
active dealing. <)thvr issues were quiet. but steady.
INDUSTRIAL.
Shares I | Open- I High- J Low- I I-ast
aold. j 1 ins- I «st. 1 est. 1 aalo.
SISIAn Tobacco | lit I 418 I 411 415
1.014, Am V»r Paper I'fd.i 18 1 llt'.ij 19 U«»
120 A Gulf* \V 1...J tH I * \ » , s ,
r.oO|Hay BUM (Ins I 11! If.; 1 I 1-1«
IIMCI-ii Blec Display. «H| trt'ii «iS I ♦>'»
BO M3n!'.nt Transit... 2\\ 2HI -'• -•>»
lOOIN V icnstna , 63 6.1 | XI | 63
210istun.l Milling r>f.. W .'.•* I 57!ij Pi'a
21 (Standard Oil • 67i l i 672Hj 671 ; 671
.-tin, i.u,i Bait ."> 1 »i *'\| J> »l 55 s *
7001 United Clear 71 Si 73^ "l^l 73
*~ RAILROAD. I
Shares I ! Open- I HUh- I 1-ow- ; Last
aoM. I I las. ) est. I est. ! sale.
r>oo|(;hicago Subway.. I 23 | :i! | 24 *i 1 2>l
MINING.
Shares I | Op«n- I Huh I Low- I Ijist
soM. I I Ing. i «•■ 1 e*t. ', sale. ,
4.000 *Alaxka Mini ■ | €1 ! 63 I «l ! » ; -
SOulßanMa Kins 111 1 I 1
I.100! Boat Copper 15% lt» i IS**! !• ,
2>auOißrli Col Copper... 74»7 4 » T\\ 7'- 7>
200 Butte Coalition.... 1 28 :U: U 2« T » -•• » 2»>;i
T,BUoi*CariM $1 OB *1 I2H $1 "■> II 12' 3
9,ooo{*Cobatt Central.... 40 41 , 41' 41
1 200 *Ci lo DiodKlnK... 3- M ; 82 I 3{
( 00 Combln Kimtl.m.. 7."» 77 ."> I •»
i.;..m. ■ berlai d El, .. «% >**« > 5-lrt »*»
7i>.| Dovli Daly Cop... 0W R'» •% *%
rum Pouslaa Copper... 2>{* 10 Ifl V - '-' IS '.ii
300 First Nut Copper.. r. T n «> •"• » •>.
4<«> i;ii ik MlnlnK 7'_ :': 7;.- 7i
8.700 GoMßeld >■'"" 7-\ 7\ .% • '*
ft.(KHi •• ; ,.|.iii.-m Daisy... 81 "•-' 31 3_
0 Hold Reef 11 IS 14 lU>
2.hmi!*Uovv 'I Cob Vent. 27 -• 27 - 7 .
5<M» Greene Cananea .. 1"'- 10% H>'i V\ »
1.000 •Hantrave* .. DB •») 6l> «>
100 Imperial Gold .... 3H 3S 8J »*
2.105 Inspiration Copper. S*» 8 13-lrt 8% S 13-1«»
1.500 Ken Lake 8 1-|« »ft i..%151"J2
B.WIO La Rose, consol... 71.7 1 . .■> 7 T-H • »-l»
«,O<*> •Little Florence .. 4 4 4 I 4
«V Mason Valley. ... 2% 2* 2 !V-1« » 5-1*
'am Miami Copper 14 V 13 H - '•» <
. 2.0001 >M'texnma of C R 2.". 2."> ' 25 I ..•
S,OfX) Ncr Con Copper... 1 12% »% 22 1 4 ---1
:•••• sev Smeltlns; 1 1 l-l« 1 l 1-1«
4<V>! Nevada Victor IS 1% 1"» 1*»
2.000 Neva.! Utah M* 8 2% 2'a 2 B W 2V»
ROOiNlplsslnic Mines. ..] »* 11 I 10% !•»%
4.COO!Ohio Copper I '>'= «%l ■ 3 *! M*
8 0001'Otlsae ■■ : 43 I 43 43 43
450 Pr*ciona Metal*... 2ft 2ft 2 2
12.000) •Rawhide Coallfn. » 27 25 »
•Him. '!!»•: Central 3H 3', 3H 3 .-!«
2 200' Ray Consolidated.. 17 l IT\ 17': 17*4
l.lOOlPear-hllßht M*M 4 4>li 4 4£
600 Stewart I'"}" „?• I h! rt „t
matt££s£ s2s .r?8 ™-« £?|
ri Rt. 'lon I J • -SI %
4M>'Tu..lumi^ .-.prer.. 1 2 5S 2S
2<Tolrnlon Mines I 1' in " ,JS 1 £»£
4 "4ft Tr.it i-< 1 CoDoer .• ' 12 '
•SSi-Sirn • ? :w a^'it S4«.!fi » ;«2
•Venter s'Mft n' 53 » , f*^
2.0001 Yukon <: 'I Mines? 5 I «'»! 5 I 3 1-16
IXWV.I-" STOCKS.
~3.00»!« Atlanta ...' 1J J I* . | " !_'•"'.,
2.10: Florence ' 3 2 "J » 3 «
4.on0l«O-flel.l Dnls, *.... ,2 *' ; 2 [ ..
11.000 (Red Top Uasya. .! ?« ! "'ii 3 I 3
BONDS.
( ' 1 Open- I High- I Low- 1 Last
gales. I ! tng. I est. i ""-I sale.
11.000 Btacnam Coat 5s «" 7 lfi KM « S2»i
II i..«. -Cin , .v.n real Bs
8000 DMFtD 24 to 2 0",. 2!, 211,
5 00n inter «»Tt 8e. ... I ""'» '-•• <G*i ''-.*
laOOO'Jotws *L, Ha.! .1 gs»e »t« [« w;-« t »g
itO.noolKan City (h. Ba.. If* «• JrJ? '2: 7 x 2t!!
30o:mV»|-vVe»tern Pao Bs. 1 fr; > I PSftl 97% | _^
•Salia canta pat abara, tOddtet»- i
Kay 22, 190*
Western Pacific
Railway Company
First Mortgage Five Per Cent
Thirty Year Geld Bonds
On fl-mand of tho bolder of anr of tIM " *'^l
bonds THE DENVER AM> RIO ORANDE BAttW*
COMrANY will endorse on all bonds of l - 9 * * 1
mentlonej !s»u« presented for that parpcs« aa IK:CS^
dttlonal guaranty of the due an>l punctual "'"•
the Interest to fall due therern.
E. T. Jr.KKERY. I uJasat
■ Tha Denver and Bio Grande Railroad Gss^
Referrinff to the above offer ct THK P SNvO ,^
RIO GRANDE RAILROAD COMPANY, '"wniat
WESTERN PACIFIC railwai COMTANT !W^
MORTGAGE RONDS may a.-ltver the »aai« *>^
unJersigned, who w^ill procure th* MiJunWiM***^
guaranty, and. when tho bonds have been endorses*^
are ready for re.lollvery. win ••:-!» *" I*s
thereof. The undersigned wffl l-"""i*» -.iry n*sjpj
evidencing :I.J ownership of BsaßSl so la*»*o
them.
BLAIR & CO..
24 Broad Street. New York
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS i
mmm RIILIIT co.
Second Mortgage Bonds.
Muturiiiß October I, 1909-
The above bon.l* will be redeeme.l »t psr »n<i 'van*
interest on presentation »t our office. No 32 >»^
Street. New York, or they rr.ay be JM«l»»3a«C**^
dollar, with aJjuatment .f Interest, f^r »■■" _^
MortKßKe four per cent, bonds of St. P*t»J. M:nn».
& Manitoba Ratlxray Co. '• 00
This privilege of exchange will r.maJn "P^.^,
JINK 30. 1909. after which «at«; ami nnt '*&
notice, ten dollars per bond will be cfiarg?<l <ra
chanites.
May -•.-.. IBM
GREAT XCRTMKRN KATLWAT '""''„.
By E. T. SK«°i*
Th irdVi£eFW»3lss
PERSONAL TRUSTS
Executor, Administrator, Guardian, Co»
tee, Trustee under Will or under aPP£ nt ™ 3
by Deed. Agent for the care ot rer>~-
Property. t -^»«t
This class of Trust business sohci^*
FULTON TRUST CO.
OF MSW YORK. SO VA39MB STKESS.
Established In 1 ~*
■ l IHII MAR^MM' KM
OBNERAL. LUN AND "T.° 1.-Tlll v
BONDHOLDERS PROTKt^ l \ E . c !l, " »•« 't^Jzl
NOTICK IS HEUEnY GIVES lf '.". f!»S*»f
deposit of bomls has b**r. ext«>n.ieJ unrll . • n^ ul „<*>»*
June 1. lixi'i. After that date « "*. C jsKretVn iei_^
no ttepoßtta oi bon.ls enc^pt at Us d^retioa
such terms us the commlttaa In .*"'.,^,'jCf.^^ *vret>"'
May 14. 1900.
l>epo.«itarle«: _,_
KQC-rTABLa TRUST roMP VIV I
15 Nrtssim Street. New Tcrk Ciry.
CTTY TRUtT CX>MrANV.
F^iston. Mass. '
INVESTORS READ
Th« Wall Strut Jem*
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