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Equipment
is absolutely necessary to railroad
traffic. Bonds covered by a mortgage on
this equipment are therefore -well se
cured.
The history of equipment obligations
proves that they occupy a unique posi
tion among railroad obligations.
Send for circular M-4 citing drtail* •* th:
riaa* of »-e<yr!tie» and 11*1 of offering*.
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
Established 1864.
28 Nassau St.. Lombard SL,
New York. Lor don, E. C.
The Average Bid Price
Tot Stock In the IS oirffst New T»»rk City
H Is ■«> BSH.
CLINTON GILBERT. 2 WALL ST.
Bank and Trust Co. Stocks.
" WANTED.
Delaware, Lackawanna
and
Western Coal.
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
99 Broad Mrrr«. New York.
Telephones 514Q tj Mr.:; gioad unclusivgj.
r\FMrr FKOM TAXATION.
1.000 >hare«
BROOKLYN 1 ITV K. X CO.
I>i\iderd- std by B'Wlm Hapid lr
I'rire i«» return 5.13 per rent
JOSEPH WALKER & SONS
Members of the New York Stock Ki.hmjtf.
: •• BROAD STRKET. NEW YORK.
1852 1909
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
33 Wail St.. N»w York
Members investmenJ
N.Y. Stock Ex. Bonds
WANTED.
Intfrimt. >uk«'l Cc». Pref. Stock.
B. H. P PELL & CO
-
Freeman, Rollins & Co.
BANKERS AMI BROKEKS.
Member* Yew York Stork haose.
a BWAD PT. NEW tors
50 CONGRESS FT.. BOSTON.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.
FB.ED'K F. MARQUAND
i:*ji,ber of Consolidated Stock Exclianire of N. T.
tele. MM Broad. 35-37 BROAD ST
Write for my opinion or. the Stock l!ark«.
Warren, Gzowski & Co.
« OBAI.T STOCKS.
«F!«BF:r.<: TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK. TORONTO
23 Bread St. 4 Co'bornc St.
OSm e» Connected b» tllrert Wire.
Savings Banks.
North River Savings Bank
31 sT. 34th St. bet. sth C 6th Atcs.
Interest credited July Ist
FGURper-cent per Annum
•a icaMitx olss 10 $1,9*6 Deposits made by
J«lt ISA. dra» tttrrf st Irom July isL
tank ocrti li i. m. to 3 p.m.. Moaaxrs 19 a. m.
to ; » m. S»tur<»T« II a. m. it 12 si.
Samuel B. Styles. President
frei'k S. Cheshire. Sec 4 Treti.
Cesr't T. Coaaclt, Ass;. Treas.
NEW YORK SAVINGS 6.XX
>". m: (or. 14th St. and Mb Avrnue.
July 1. 190», dividend at tte ra:e of
FOUR PER CENT.
per *=::-_:. en a!: sums from $5 to 53.000 entitled
ther«lo under the by-law*
nErO>lT« M M>K ON OR BKt-OKE Jl I.V 10 WILL
DRAW IXTEKEST FIJOM 4! 1.1 1.
WILLIAM FELSINGEK. President.
laJBEE L. (M'l.lN'; Treasurer.
AHCHIBAIJ> M PENTZ. Secretary.
lOPit> t omeciitlie l»:\i<!»nd
Union Dime Savings Bank
BKOADTVAT. 32D ST. AND «TH AVENVE.
<J!tES!.EY SQUARE. NEW TOKK.
Interest FOUR Per Gent,
rER ANNlit. rrom IS «• ».". <WV Credited July Ist.
payable Jo!r ITitfc. or »ny timt- later. •"
Vt." <2epf«;t?d m t h*f«re Jsiy l^li draw* In
t*rrrt from Ju'j 1. 'JM»9
CHARLES E. SFFtAGUE. • - - lift
FBAiCCis v i..:ak;: Treasurer.
WtUJAK O BOSS s~er*t«ry.
The Franklin Sayings Bank
Co-nf S ft Avenge & 42nd sir;el
PTf* frmi-annur.l dividend at th? ret* of
FOUR PER CENT
prr\arnu*t on all tuna Jro:n $5 fo $3.^0",
fnynblt en rrt after July Ufft. l? 03.
Pt»ww>Hfc trade «a or before the tenth of .li.d « ill
draw iatrrrrt front 'hr flr»t.
Mm. f. < oak lift. Pm.
J • •Ile-U <\B-in«. >»v
IP VIM ft SAVINQS
IIYt I i> Vi rssuriTioN
Iltlh»iabrr*S(., N.T.
■ It* TrOKttes t»TC <Sec3«red a diTldrnd fc; th»
six iuoctis ending June 3OUs, I'"-". -'•■ '•-• rate of
FOUR PER CENT.
prrar.nini. on all .-"•• frcn Hto $3,000
entitled tixrei«> unacr the by-lavs payaole
ja :-Qvl *Jicr July 16;h.
I>cposits made on or t>cfore July 12th
will draw interest from Julj Ist, 1909.
W. H. B. TOTTED Pro*idrn t
«,Dill<.r. 18. orN"XIN<». -• . »-.
B.E-TESEB.Jr..Cfcuru.«i- of Finance Cumictttw
CITIZEN'S' SAVINGS BANK
&s a:.p i»- Bov.*EEr. con canal st.
B*Tn sstwi iirrTi* mvsdcxsi
Z* f tr&tl**.* tiavc «t«Srr»i lat^r^st at .... rat« ...
rot [«t run « km
per annum to ?•♦ paid tv -V ;>•■*:!>:« ea -• ; «?:*r Juli
19th m *.; «uras of >•"• ia4 ot> to S3.«(M which havv
HsVI "~ <■ " d»pu-.t *or ih* ihmr or «ix Tisonths »ndi:.)r
Smai roth. IMS. in kflrwtfaacw mm tXm b»-»la«a *r.,L
ttz'.+b of *.h« ixok. li.m«-> «l< t»ciilte«j «^i> or [.• r •'. Jut)'
IMb •« :■ Inn In.'irst fiorj. July I*l
' . ■ . ME.'- it.iS'.En. I'rc«:d*nt
HEXRV-^AVI.EU. K**r***:f.
EMII. 'A Ht'Bei *«*'-«:itu N«-rfurv
CHICAGO CLOSING STOCKS '
*n»in- <an M T « ;yuakr- i>air j.i-i-j l»r~
da prrf *— :• !J>tr»<**« si^b> i"ar 49 «
Amen- «:. Vjttiau* ft A^-% ■ •*• ;iT<i !<«'•.
j«rr»;li.^ii rhipbnit-iiCK M^.f^ilt * *'o !"--S
lie-era yi*tsrri** ....... I<s : !«<<s a.>ard imt 15> 4
to prtt. 52 ;:SJ«-t:t>;>u!nsa pr*t <•»
CoKßsofurrjJth Cd!»on.J^U'i houiii tuiJe C:*.-iate(l .5j
• .ik.tc- 1i:.» t: i us! 14 ■; :x.j.-:i.»i.!..;. Kiev prtf •:•
]4inw«'l M»:,n.. 12»« jPtv}»rs'a Oi* I 143«
MstMMii v»rt>-.n .SO •
MOST STOCKS MOVE TO HIGHER LEVELS
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES_ WED NESDAY, JULY 7, 1909.
ch-,,ge OpeniHlgh! LowlFiiTl EMd Ask eoW. (chngej High Low Flnl'Bi(i A
i ass-:::::::-:| 32 Si SS WM = « :SgSE^fiS!^s::::::::| S3I $SSKfv m 5
S lll'^SSS^P ■£il| pSB S a ,> !ffl ES.«Ss:::3 ll &&|4 8» &
I!^Biisiiiiii1 !^ B iisiiii i i 1 i fs i ill b«i j liii l N iJ? m i: '^
800 I -1* American Car, A Foundry ! 57% 57^; B7U f& ',f2*hf?* ™I ~ ;^ ar | n>i n i v 4 SS»i -3 l t
315 !. U .American far & Foundry pref. | P if If 11? i l^^lliiilfll
r .A) +'^ \meriran rotton Oil . •--' "* i "<S W i l4U i ' 4 ♦ *° 2> ' ♦ Mackay Companies .s^! 'J *, •» « ; '". * '^ * „
UO --J t^flan Fxpre"«= 22> i 225 I 225 22T. | 223 230 1W I .Manhattan Klevated 145 l«=j 1« l^j^g l 2
..I !_1 HiK l^aiher-pf.: i42;42 i42 «W 4_2 »0 A St. Louis ... KIMU» |MU M M
LIOO 'I I locomotive .■.■.: ; 60% 60^ W 60^j 60% 60^ 100 + \ -Minn.. St. R& S. St.- Marie pr. 15Mi l^j 15« i }g< )" %
.U -luVal "ra Ma^ "ef ;■ : W HT 53 B3 fitf 54 l.«.» * H IMlwourl. Kansas & Texas «•» 42^ 41\ 4.V 41, 4£ 4
g.S -i^\mc"ic-Sn SmHtinff :." . ! 94^1 94% ?3V 4 ffi. P3V, 94H 650 +x, j Missouri Pacific .3 ;-S ■- •» '* .^
1j | g^g Ii 1 1 ;g | 1 1 giim 1 1 1 1 1 1
ii irr ] B ;i,4; i,4 s rSEgi: sk! 1 liW :ss| i i -' ffi^s£gfig|| : , ai , gf: ; 1 £| g
I : :: SsH^-^B '^ 103^, -v 'Si '•""'* - : Jl'J 1 ' -H Norfolk &V. extern ::;;;: SS S3 »i ISI »
•S ; _ : ; feE """""" rret ! S '.151 'S ™'' : Ti '& I .!S ~ H :i> r r:? I V m^.Sr i .::::::::::::::j 8» | ,& i|| J5 ,^
i ! ISgiililiil 1 l^Sliiili 11
j IBKBliiili ii^^Millill
1 1 mwmm m 111 i 1 1 ip^Siil ill
■_ i^hlcaso T>rmir«l Transfer. .... 2 I 1 _^ I* - , ;•;-- - southern Railway 30S SI 3W, 31 »1 tT4
■■I i g 111 1 i 1 1 1 1 Ml g^SI 8 1 1 M If
400 — [Corn Productsßeflntag 23J 23J 223, 23 »M; 3% -^ v? |?w^ hfv" A T . .'. 104 1 104 ' iw I W*| IM 104> 7
V» :* t Corn Products Hetinin? pref... ,1.1 86* ft if 1 J»J — V,?'" V iin. ('o.iiu nr I1O» 110U HOW 110U -- .
W -1 Delaware A Hudson . ..! 194? 184% UM\ 134% IMJil 194% J^ L^ Sn B^Sfttr V S ?l S 14' i 14S
S« : -x 4x 4 Denver A Rio Grand.. • «tt »4 4^_ ; 4 ? _ . 47% 4S H 880 ; — Cnk Ba. Paper ...•••■•■•••■, £% lts ISff.' IS*. m% m
'SM i - H Denver & Rio Grande pref S.VV So 1 * SO-4 g^i ™ IS: ,' I,v> 1 TTnl«r. T>aHfl • r>r l(M\.i 104»i' 104*.' 104*^ 104-, K>".
3H i"I IE"- 1 " 1 ' 1 - SOUth Sh ° re & At ' - Pr ' W* "'*• S^ '^i SbH SH TOO " * uf&<Stl^ P K^i"Foin^rVr^L-^ »* ?^ *»%h»
! «.;^ i -> | .g 1 1«,- V ?Sf* : Si Si! "- iS M '■■• «r. S. C«J»t Iron Pipe * F-y pi So«4| '.SO-; SO I , »I "^
t,, R3£sSßi r cs^. :: !? '- Ps* s: : :- s%
S f^ i %•% • l i? r^ t^°M thernor^Hf- on ? - ,-•-• « ! mm'; ii • I »0 + lS Virginia Iron Coal*; Coke 164 Mv, ! M «4>, W l^' c I
.1 i^»^^^^pi 'k f% ft : I glsMi iii 1 1 i 1 vi i
9.7 M ,iit i ir,:erb.,rou«:h-iietropoman P r..i 49% m j^ do-,' 50% 50% i.^ j- % h pr±:::: I:::::::;::::::: k% b% m- Ss' Sv :i i
'International Paper rr.,::::::: IB} ff* lgt 4 l«Vt 16 l fil 4 ! *f™ i j av«i Mjrrhnd . ? 10UI o*. Kg |J
Sj> ■+£ international Paper pre^ 64% 65 64% 65 JJ 4 «4% Ug I :^fS T^ira& S 72 % 8? 72 *! 72 "j JIS T^4
,V 0 ; +>« International Steam Hump ' oS"j v> I *.JI-j;. JI -j ; #.» . rfS'» 40 , "" I » „.,,,.,;,.„ ». i.k, r-n- q in <* i in 9U 1 10U I
l.«>i ' -: Internat^ Steam Pump P ' tt% |% p R Sit W»| »j — Wi-imt* i^K^Mpr . . n«i 1?H lIJ MV w * if*
]oi i -l 'KtnawlM &- Michigan ctfs....: ."SU. . .5 i .^' 2 Z. 359 ' « ' '■_ I ' ! ! !
T->tal sales for the day. .V>7 755 shares, compared with 648.«; shares for the corresponding day in [•*• _^!«, •_ laaa
Total mS January I to July 7. inciusive. 100.933.435 shares, compared with WJ.4M..-14 shares for the same period In 1908.
Tnlisted. lot«. .^ . — -— - T= -- ■ . — ■ 1
FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
SO. PACIFIC ADFAHCES.
General Market Firm and Dull —
Money Kates Easy.
Stock market values moved within narrow
limits throughout the day. with final figures at
small net gains in the larger number of shares.
Transactions were light In most issues, and as
a rule were made up of the operations of the
professional element, commission house business
reflecting little interest iii speculation on th»
part of the public, while presenting no sign of
aggressive trading by the general Wall Street
community except in the last half hour of busi
ness. Rock Island, the Harriman shares and
Atchison were In fair demand; American Car
and Foundry was bid up by room traders. Great
Northern ore certificates responded to the deal
ings of a small bull pool in them and Consoli
dated Gas advanced on a drive against the
shorts. Reading and United States Steel com
mon were relatively inactive, while the general
list presented no novel features. Southern Pa
cific was helped to a small extent by the report
that a large block of the company's convertible
bonds had bt-en placed in Paris and. would be
listed on the French Bourse, the rumor sug
gesting the natural idea that as the bonds are
convertible into stock the listing of the latter
would automatically follow the listing of the
mortgage issue. The fact that these bonds are 4
per cents and are selling at a premium leaves
room for serious doubt over the possibility of
application being mad<- for their listing at Paris.
as such a movement apparently would not be
profitable for the bankers, who have to pay the
heavy listing taxes imposed by the French law
and still offer the bonds at a price that would
appeal tv investors. Southern Pacific stock
gained in strength in the afternoon, and near
the close the entire market gave an exhibition
of 'activity on rising values that was wholly ab
sent from the movements earlier In the day,
I'nited States Steel common, the Int'-rb"rough-
Metropolitan issues, including the 4 ! ; per cent
bonds, and Chesapeake & Ohio being features.
Encouraging reports from the agricultural section
of the country and the publication of figures
showing large gains in Iron production served
to attract an increase in professional buying in
the railroad and steel securities, while the of
fering of intf-rborough-Metropolitan bonds by
the leading banking bouse in the Street had a
favorable effect upon the shares of the com
pany. Third Avenue stock sold as low as 16 ' i.
but closed unchanged from Tuesday's final quo
tation.
The receiver of the Third Avenue Railroad
estimate? that the rcorpaniz^d company will be
gin operations with net earninsa after payment
of Interest on the prior liens of about J1.500.n00
a year, and after deductions for depreciation
$I.^flft.non will, be believes, remain for the s=e
ciiritios t<» be reckoned with In the proposed plan
of rehabilitation! The full interest on the }31.
045.000 adjustment bonds to be issued would
tall for $1.552.Wrt, which on the basis of the re
ceiver's •::iiai" of net earnlagi would leave a
material deficit ahead of any return on the
stock, and th«- objection of stockholders to pay
ing a ?C5 ~-;<-!:>!n>-nt on their holdings therefore
appears to be well founded, especially as the
receiver is quoted as saying that "he may not
think the stock worth a dollar a bttsheL" Based
on the receiver's estimate of net earnings, the
stock Is worthless, but it should be borne in
mind that these nsrures are compiled on the net
earning of the poorest two quarters of the
year and do not take into account the Improve
ment in income that may be expected from the
growth <<f }>opulation along the lines of the com
pany, to say nothing of the benefit the company
trill derive from the new method Of handling
fares, which nn-^ns the savins; of many nickels
that in th<> past have pone into the pockets of
dishonest employes. Tin assessment, however,
la . xc- :-:-i\ •-. and is responsible for liquidation
of the stock to a considerable amount by dis
gosted holders. It may be recalled that last
fall the borough- Metropolitan Company
quietly sold its Third Avenue stock at an aver
age price believed to tit in the neighborhood of
411. the operation being conducted at a time when
generous tips to buy the security were circu
lated in the Street. In eon»» quarters of the
financial community it Is now believed that the
Inter borough-MetropoHtan has been rebuyinsr
Third Avenue in order to control the reorgan
ized property, the 'idea bein^ plausible, as th**
difference between the price at which the Inter
boi-Hi^h-Metropolitan soid its Third Avenue in
]!»»*. and th«- figure at which it i.- selling to-day
would not !>• '.:■ from the $25 assessment de
manded in the reorganization plan.
Tin- Inu'rboroush-Mftvopolitan under reor
ganisation will be something different from the
financially ;d-sp°ile*l company that went into a
revolver's hands nrarly two years ago, and an
der its control Third Avenue might become a
greater property than If run Independently.
There is no reason why ordinary* operators
should buy Third Avenue st«>ok with ■■ £.■ .1-
M-ssment ahead, but with the iis^vssment paid
the stock may prove attractive" on declines,
which douhtler-y will o*» engineered on the ?=j>evu
lative argxitiir-itt that tht- company's net earnings
for years uill not warrant dividends on the
stock. It is not unusual for the stock of v re
orsar.ised property to drift back to a level th.it
repre»ent« the wiping out of the assessment s"
far as the marked rates 's concerned.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1909.
BOND MARKET SALES.
1000 r5 Si Rec 1930.10i l i] 4Of« L. KA W Ist S« .- 1W
li.«. Japanese 4-5.... ■.■•■*«. 1000 LS«M S -i- H'3l »U
I'VH) do K!"t »n><» <1o *■>'»
23008 doid S3 2iK»i an ■»,
•-:h>oo i: SofMm ♦- M no<«) do ■'* <■
5000 -- I 1I 1 5« RrU »4'« lx.i do Re« »••
bOOU N ■■ C i' s s 11iT.7 i V<"< -'h V '-a lon 4- HT'i
New ' HIS 10000 !- -v N Unif 45...H«<
38008 do 4* t959 RcUlOlVil i 1i 1 " 1 do ■ 3.HNi' r
loon Alb & ?tt»q :r-,5.ia'.»4l :-«>J do JwJ»
2Oi>> a ll« 1 ' aim .'•».. -•' . 4'X>-> do
3000 do -•.» 13000 Marliut «M ■! :
3000 Am An 1 hem :..«.101H; -M*' M * st I. Ist ':-'
S(«n) do IOIS 4. *•»'♦
2.**, Am rot OH 4-«. 97 j 100. Ho X a. T 2.1 >• •»
l*>o-» Am L< & !rr.;. 3a.UO | 2i«H> M Par l»t <"r! .'.ft.lO-Ji,
MrfMH< Aim 4-* Ctf«... 95«4 2000 rto Tru-t f.» lf>lS
filKHt do W»! 4">(*» d.-. 1« Con (to .113
tC«XKt Am T & T <"on\t (17000 N Hys ..f M 4,5. '.'4 1
4- ... •••-. do ••»'.
inf«>i do 103*1 1(«»> NOKy A I-T 4*« S.">4
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3UOU do Col <»..... J»4V C" IW'i
KOOO Am Toliacco • « i:r- 11000 v V C C,»n SMt*-* ss * 3
SWW do 4s >.. 4 r --• -1o Itb -19.1* ■'■"• ■
m«hi do SO I -. 1 2000 (la I. - «'<> i :^r. >."' .
l(»-w» do HO . DO «i do M C <"ol 3S* M S
HOW AT*; .- V O»-n I ••■ NV''4 -■ L 4».KT»
4- . ■ 101^ , IUOOO da . 101
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axw do ioi sti5 ti * i" '- |03
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,%.•.»• do 1m i aoao N v 1. A: W t it
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8000 do II" 3000 S& IV ''on 4»... «&"«
4.'<»>O <lo Cunvt 4».. 1134 IWV do Convt *».... »•*■-»
111<») do :::■-. ■•- ,lo »•%
B*nao do 11'! 10000 do o*4
430K0 do 116%] jOi«i do y s S
I.MVH do U«H .V>»l <io Dlv 4» WS
15000 do llC 1*!1 *! U««l Nor Par f>n ."U.. 74 1 -,
4>mii» do I '•'•■! ■WO da Prior 4- 102%
too tlo Ret, wI. . 114 . 2Tiv«i do I(»2'»
,'«»>> do "'i- 1 . limii do Re* 1OJ'»
20000 .!o 114\! 3».k») o« & i. C 4- lUW
3M«X» do lH\|l7oooO R * N Con 4». !•'.•
10000 do 114 r »t 1000 OS I. ltt Con ."•!■. ll4'-«
ikKitiW do 118 ! anuii •! > <;i'" l>f 4» -. I"-"' 1 *
It. «» do !Vb li M . 16000 P»e Tel * T *».. 97
likm do Tr -L. 4.-.. -..« . HJUU I'ai .>r M) lM ■)».!«'<•».
:Ul««> X A: < • 'lold 4- 1"" .• lIKMM I'.-nn .'. ! 3 . IMS. . W
10U0 lo Prl .1 3'is . . '•• '• , 180 do i«7'«
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13k>1 do ■■L. , 4'Hm dO Jifi 7*7 *
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1(>-K<o Ukin lUp :•■*--•■- 1000 do <;tJ T. 1 -,' Ctfs !"T ! »
looij do M% 3«ott p - iI, E l«t..llfl
13000 do w;: i I! 1 " 1-'1 -' Rea ling Gen 4»..1i"' ! «
I\»KJ likln In Xl IM..IOSH 6000 do i«*>».
1000 Buab Term &5... BSHI «O do H**-,
l»>i>o «.: Bolit Eit 68.108H -"■•" Si I. a 8 t Ry
2t«"»0 '"ent l>ra:ri»T ."•». » s> »: Ct-n ,">» .110-*
l(K>0 do «:WK. t»S«»i C4rt>ii do R R Oen So. !»".
i.-«. Cof X J Cen Sa.ISSH 3000 do 4K>'-»
2000 I :ent I'ac Ota 4«. VT « •- ..-. do •;. f 4. *«\
8000 do *•"% HOOO do HT »
1000 do !:•« S' 6 I .«-■■ fio .. >: .
KM) CA: 0 Fund ,'s. .ll'l-"»i ri<>O.t ,l t '" »
1000 do 101"%j4SOOO do -7
li»H< do (;«■:. 4<-j^ ..104% lix ■ •St L, Bwn Con 4». 71.7 1 .- : 3
1000 C A: F; 1«t 88...116H B6HO - A A- A p 4»... HO
6"HJO C A- X 1 ilrf Irri^ j r.!H>> Sc V * N f: 4«... U6 1 ,
4« . . v -« | 1000 do 87
3"»> do - *'»; 5000 Seah A I- Gold 4s 88
i.iiiii ri I coal :.? 1134 2"»ki .lo MC,
I3OOM Chi<- .-, X '" <;^n ;34i«»> do st^v,
a'-s V-'-t, »-.V><«> So P in Ref 4«.. Xl
i:b«m c H I Q •;<•!! 4*. l'* l i 41T0>>0 <!;t C.mvt 4» Rc'.s
ll'«<| do Joint 4« «S4; fall , aid 10."
««ii»t do f>>S :2slooo: 2s1000 do . I>H' %
»•... d.» $>> «,720>«1 do lO4\
onm d.> BPI, ! iMotM ,ir j{i.*. : ,
.vtnii do ill i»iv ««.'.loHi|eooOo do 105>i
2f«W CM & St P Gen ' 1<»K» do 21 pal-i l'« 4'»
--- B . . . 91 i .TiiO.l South Ry >t n«. 11l
2000 C X I & r Gen ; 13noo do m*.
4* i"" . 6ono do IIP,
;...., rto ;;»• 4». . ..-^»l»«i |o]<no d ■ O»n 1- . .. <>:•-,
.W*> ,l o Pl% ' 1000 do to%
T'««> do .'.■. 21"*' do fa
<rii. do . :'!"» 100IX1 do . (82*
1(K*I do R " 4« MOl, 12000 Tex * P l«t t. .1144
SOOOO .'.o Sl»S; iono Third *v» Con 4s :■' -
loon <• si p& M ■-• 12*«4 :-'••"■ d.. ■ •'- 70«>
~jtv«i ,•>•. <■ i- A . st 1 ! 4.'^<'.> <jo S:pd 71
On i' n; ■ 5 Toi»i do ■ 7 ■
«(VM Col A: So Ist 4-. J'"« l » llkUl I/n Ta-- It 4« r.lii4».
3<X>"> d • R»f « Ext I wmrt do lO4',
414 1 - - B9 . ."_V>(l do SO4
l«r«->.i do M 3SOOO do ;'.-.";, )»<4
:.■■«•>•■ 3. S>S"»i -jihki do Ref 4. S3**
j.kM> ,-,,] jn.l Ba T^ . 250O« do <y.>\
SHOO do :- , isn » do Convt 4 . !! JUS
41- »> do 84000 do . . ..mi,
I?KM do "'• I 2'"««") r,,. .. 11l
3>»>l con Toh 4« -■ « • 81000 do . HIS
.-.2-hi.i i o-n l'r -• ■" -» •.-. I l!»«l r > t> : | m| 5i !*>S
i.mvit . do 66"-» 2<«*i [' s R .* R«f •:.« o >»t» t
."•<n>i i. a.- r■; !>f :« :•.'.■. .>■ t- > r: i ••-: «« i«>.m.
2000 do !..-. i lprioo :• s -■-.- .-; ySi 10.'.'.
a«oo do ;«•"•'.: 2Ti>n«t job
iiwvt T'ft A: M lot 4s. :■:■ i TOOf» do ltß%
1060 E T V * O Con ; aor-" Va iar • iem Ss Jt^
l«t r>!« 11l J .VKV> do J47-.
loivi Erie 2.1 E« .*.*. i,-;-, ; linioo do . . «i<i,
MV»t do G<»n J» 7*4! soon Va iCA: C .-- i*
2i>i«>t» do n vi 4« A. -7 j ion*) \\aha«h Ui .%, ]ior
l-n,»v> do n 774!2100.» do l>f .; R» t 4, -7.
I«»O0 d ■ 77 I2KVK) d o ; 77
loon Gen E!o<- Deb s*. 149 i fisfioo do * -- *
l.VxVio Int m.- 44«... RA | anno do 77:,
WV«I do BOHI I7OOO do '.'.'.". >;-,
14.--.. ido »■"« ! 1000 do !••■ 0 iiiol,
aooo do --■• : . noon do 101 '
i:;6«t<io do Mi, ioopo \v a), p t lat eti 4-t
ir.(HH» do 80S ■..-. 2d ( tfa si
•-"<«••> do ,MI* 4 I 7SIIMI Wen aid la h| ; "
I<SS«W do Ml"«i ,^i>fN» do . . SSU
«HW Int R T i"nvl fi^.K»4\i 1000 \Vf«t Sn re 4« Iff '
2."^if) Ini F'ai«r C,t 105 j 't-Vki do |<r»«4
l!Hw> 1.-; Steam I 1I 1 Aa.-.103H I<»hi d o iir»
li»m< KcvS &M 4a KmlllCK*] do Res 1"14
l <lfh "' dn >•!'. H' 1 ' 1 ' \\>stin-h := F .".- M.
7>««' Kiwi C So R"' 5* | K »^' do 94' 4
; <" « . I'm'. •'••■o «i« . ... . is! ;».-.'»
«4« r»o ll>l I 3m«> do it.-.:
I'"" 1 " rto ;n\ JtVKI do o ■ „-,■*
4SBOO do . la.!-,; I>--.-i do S A.- i>T4s.! 1(3
Total sairs of bond-. $.1.."r»:;.r.0f>.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing IMS '22.
(Furnished kg s-»art«oui & Appenxellar. \- 41, p. n ,
street.)
Nam' Maturity. 8id. 1.%»k»«1. yield!
Amrrlcan Oira; Oo 4 p c. Moh IS, 101 1 fl:« a>\ ' « 4.1
d" 4p c. M h 15. 1912 HI M i »[«()
An Tel I Te! Co "■ pc. Jan. lain. . ln<>S ]„,-, •> j.-,
Allan Coast L. Rltßf. c. Mrh. ivio.loo% 1.11 i, 325
«■ v '<.: 4Sil.kr Jti c. June. luli.loSS lOl\ 41,,
lv>! & liuJ «nju!pts. 44 pc. July. ISSS-HB 103S 440
On Robber -:«> 4'» r- c. July. 1913... !M<- MIS __
Oulf &> I •; r: ■■• r> r. April 1. ltill.MO* !.:■• ■ i„4
lr.l-rl.or RTR rc. Mch. 1810. 4 ..] ]<". i. In] - SOU
do Sp c May' mi 1114 !4! 4 I:m\ 31 -,
Kan t."i!> i:i * I. •. p<\ Sept l!>l"^.ll*t ■ „-, -.."I,
Kd-Mose T<! of Phil 6). c. M.~ii 1. 1310.100 I - :."-•-,
Iji.k Sltrl Cn 3l> c. Mch. !»W. 'r>\ in. - '-,
E. S!ii £MS» : : ■: '■ pc. Feb. 1910.100H I ►.", 3.50
I>i * Nash R R 5 |> «•. Mch. 1010. .Mill 101 V ::«»•
Ml. •• '"<:>■ It R- p .-. Feb. 1910 •••• . in.", •; ;^>
Mfjin A m L. R R 3p c. Keb. lf>r. . M 1M 1 . :r..\ ;, .^.
X v •• & H « i: X 5 r <\ F- 1310. 10!>S I(«l 7 , .-. .'..!
Oo equipments 5 p ■■. Nov. i9-'.- \t> 4^l to 3% basis
N V. X li v ii -". ft «•, I?«»-'12 !•«>•- urj-, _
Norfolk * V\>si J p c. Miv. 1310 Jill 101 S .1 M
p<n>Bcjrrrasbl 1. R "• pc. M.h IS IQlO.liiO^ I'll 5.4.".
l"ub ,-nv Corj) "» p d N«^ - . 1IVX«; Hk"> r » Itn l^ a i>>
.-• 1. Rority Ml £• r «> c c. Apr 1. 1912 99 1.1 5 .v.
El I. *• SF X R •". p <■. J»n. Mil :n « :o 343 4 s^l
•la 4 4 pc, Feb. 1012.. (O4 S7 .*• «^
fc'octhern By Co .'• pc. Feb. IDM 100S MO% 3,<?>
d« --mlied. 6 »■ c. Xovtmlm HUH :«'.'; •.. : r t i*!»
TWew&ter Co 6p o. June, 1913 MiS ICCt'-i .*. 05
VTtstinsh E;«c i iifi 6 c Al4, l»10.1»J*4 lulH 4.50
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales and th«
closing quotations frr stocks In which there w»r«
do transactions yesterday on the New York Stack
r^Tchangre:
tA«.t <'!oJlnf i Last Oostnj.
*a!e. Tt!<].Aik(d. -air. Bld-AskeO.
Adams Ei.lM 219 — IK lof C pf. BB S» 67
AII-CCo pf MX ."'J 53 Uc Gat K>4 VH
Am Ac pf 10; lift — i U»k<» 6hore.S3o ••"'■ 40t^
Am HB pf .-. , gs , n^ M.i Co* pi "3%, 73^j "♦■♦
Am r0a!...12:> UO I.V) i Man Hrach.. 9 4 ■
Am <■ O 102 101 I'""', Ml foal rf. '■" '■'■ —
Am I) Taj I 1'!I 1 '! 2" at i •M»" St R> . 1H is^ lfr 1 *
Am H .v :. OS M . SSilMlch Cent.. — '•*•" 147
Am Ic* S«-c .TJ', r.*'» 35% M .v SI L. pf -T\, <•* KH
Am l/> pf.llSi. 11TS 1:- ; V K&T pf 7S\ TS* t .*
Am Malt .. i'", :<\ I<> | Mor A.- K»...1 :b '*-'» ut<)
A:n 8nuff..250 iVt .Tli") Nash & Ch.UM IS 13«
do pref. .lii4 lot 1"« »Na: B f l^V't 124 l-"«
Ani T & C. N» T«5 M I N X i- 9 pf. l>3 ■ »>
Un Arhnr. — !3 Vi Nat l^aJ... .-«S *■ . "•S
d> prrf... — — bO N V Air B. . W ""
A M l»t if. 13 107» t — N 1 C*St L. .'.I SI >
dr, 2J pf.lO2H lOIVi — do Ist pf..li«> U»> 11«
Atca pf !•'*. >'M*» 10BU d.> 2<l pf.. -■> f»» "■"•
H* O pf.. »"» »4'j »-"• 1 N V DO. .4" 41
iteth Ptl pr til «» »4 ! (Jo rr*f H -■■ •- :
T.kin in 0.140 I • 141 jN V i. a W — IM IM
BnmswickV. I^'; ■- . 19 ! N VAX J T.J37 -- IM
II K«i J*.. HT t*> OTHj N V NH*H 171 . 1TU»» 171',
It a S rf. . « TO ;N t W pf.. m. m !•>
iluttrrick C3l 30 31 I Ont PlUer.. 3'» 34 4
ran So *•< ■--.•:. Tac <oa*t... I>H US ■
Lisle * Ml fi!>S • 4 * l » m i ,}n '» l t' ' ■ »I* W '» l•■ 100
do pref... 74 :r.~ T4i, t do 2J pi «i - *"i M»
<• *El Df.lU 116 ir»o [Peo & X . » - • 2«
C H A Q..225 :«> — ! lt*f*StL. rf 11" MS IM
CC.\Vpi a a 24 S3*. Pitts f0a1... 11 l« l i >-
rt 1 d»:i *» .'.H .'*', do t-- ■:*.'. ."•«
<• 1 A I. rf — ,i HO iPX W * C.1734 174'n
C i Nw pf .S3 220 721> j Pull P rar..lS»* 1574 180
C«t t'ilA-<^ I«>> !.*>>* 1»J8 (yuU-k»Tr. . f "■ ', " «9
<l.i {,r»f. ..ITS IT4 it:. |» >: .-.•- ».">^» — MJ
rhlr TT pf '•■<> 1^ 1"><« -I; --•■•■■"■• 1113 V<<-,
Chic V Tr. ♦ 4 B j Rea I M pf. -<i M-i »«-! ! »
do pref... 13*» 13 U do "JJ pf..11)l lt>» MS
CXXakdL pf lOS>4 102 — ! nen« & Sara — i«a —
derc 4- P 17.'. 1T.'.4 — RtVJc C>g..l2H ir> —
C V a [ pf 78 7.1 18 i Rut P. Co pt T.T 3' :«"*
83d - «•,-.'. -:-\ -•••.-.: M 9 ISO I*l
lorso! (Vial i.7 1 * — JW | .'.. . •'• ;' IS 116 130
I) 1. * W G49 (VV. &V> docttsnew i>6 >.. «S
l> M A- P l> II In 14' Bl I. .* Swn -' \ 2T«» '-' I
I>ei & M . . »5 »«rt ! Sears It pf '.US 112- "4
iwt I' X R6l •» «3 I < < s * 1.. •■a'i S3 M
•Di-t Sco .-U^» »• 3J» S «! ■)" pre? 11.1*4 US lift l ,
I> SS & \ K> IT ITU, SP.niUiVtfi «6 H3 firt
E* & T H. 63 SO 78 jT « J' U T. US *2-» 'J3
rt> pref. ■S3 *t; W. IT Kyi • U. >»S X *» •
Krrt M i- S. M JO M 'In II 1 P pi SO TT'» *"
do pref .- -:%-". »» jfn Ky In\t. .">»* 37 39
•KeJ So ■'■<-. •! '■■" 1 i3i ; ! *' M *••" > 5T
Qranbr M..U'l P» 1"- C ' '■« M ' '"' -' '" li«
liav El Ity ....•• j f - Exprrn «« Wl i"
Jo pref .-« MS hSij;«f sI. pf..l»> 11« UO
HOCB Vbl .114 1 ■••• 119 !VS R A R. M : 1.->\ '•'• i
IlLTnestake.. .: bo P2 I <!■> pre* ■*.» X-*. 3<H
111 C I- 1.. -W-i !«•'» 13 - Rulber 3S a«* -'.
ln« It «'o.. TO B5 — i do 21 pf.. >-2S «.V-, -•
d.i r'ef .. -♦ , H — Yah '■ <-h Dfl*W» 1» 121
lit Harv M »4« -»|W«!1, F Ex.SW 312 KM
do pref,.l2l 1211» 121% Wem Mfc .. V.'- h 4 *S
•Int rower 30 ' 3» i do I*l pf.121 lai 124-,
K.CTS*Mpf764 7« 78>«]\rsLEI« pf 23 21 23
K*D M. . « •'• *> ; tvis cent SI M , ]fl
do pref... SO "3J M ,
• •L'nlisted
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
liONRT MARKET. — Money on call opened at I-%
per cent: hiphest. 1", P« cent; lowest, 14 per cent:
:ast an, »♦ per cent; closing. !! 11 4 < gi r $ per cent;
ruling rate. '. T » per cent. Time money continued
plentiful. Hates, -d-'t per cent for sixty days. 14
per cent for ninety day?. CC 1 * per cent for four
months 3 per cent for five month?, S l «'?i3'~j pr
• »nt for six "months and &i per cent for »l>
ruary. Mercantile paper was in fair demand.
Rates. T-'/fM pel cent for sixty to ninety days* in
iior*ecl bills receivable, ?' L ~-it per cent for choice
four to sis months' *]n|?l>- names and 44 for others
less ell known
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. The foreign 1 hirtg*
market opened weak at a decline of 15 to 20 po'iit.*
*rom Tuesday* rulin? rates to 4.s7t»iyg<.SS for rjWe.H.
-"..:•"«■ for demand stefilnc and 4.5*4<>g4.«'3
for sixty-day bills. Short francs were K.lfi4sSLl6**
plus 1-3? and ?hort rdehsmaraa >5" 3 . T - innrket
was a Bhad< steadier in the afternoon, advancing 5
points from the low level, Cables were quoted at
4.vstj4.W*6. demand sterling at 4.STS£"g4.S7Sj and
sixty-day bill* at 4.85?»64.a8>» Short Cranes held
around s.la\. less 5.64 and short reichsmarks 9.*>4'!f
55', plus 1-32.
Hankers" posted rates wvrt as follows
Sixty <say». l«ernanij.
Rterling 4 -" 4 m>
<l-rmany. reichsmarks P."«s ■•■,
r«n«. '•..-. « . s >;■, ».lfi
!eta-|um, franca ......* lt>H 5 "■ 4
S->it;erlanl. francs S I*** 5 IS
Holland, guilder* 4A.30 4*.^
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. — Boston, l(»c discount:
<'hi<-aRo. We discount ;. San Francisco, BHfl I'-jc.
telegraph 5c premium; New Orleans, commercial
SSQSOC discount, bank SI premium; Charleston.
buying par, selling i:(V premium; St. Ixiuts, par
bid. K)e premium asked.
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York, exchange*
M02.4J1.327. balances J19,53;.754: PUlladelphia, ex
fhanses J-.' XI HX. balant-es $2,153,938; Boston, ?x
• •lianges 530.070.524. b ancea $2,044 444: Cbtcas*, ex
changea $45,954,033. balances $3,633,767.
SILVER MAKKKT Commeretai bar silver. :->\~*r.
Mexican silver dollars. 41c. liar silver in London
Closed at 23Ud. .- .incline of ' v l
<;<>!. PREMIUM. In Madrid, ».»; Lisbon, 11
MEXICAN EXCHANGE Mexican exchange on
New York Is quoted at ;.014.
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AMERICAN SECURITIES ABROAD.
London, July 7, < p. in — The market for American
securities was dull at unimportant price chanues.
l^asi quotations fnllow:
Un : m New York New Tork
cl-ise. equivalent, dime •hane«»«
Anaconda . i.'. 4*S. «<*', .. v
\< iifc.n i!:» il>; . IIS - - i,
«:a.'.ni!iHii Pacific I>»T'- IBS% l-> — \
81 Paul J.W. IMS I.V4 1 . _ V,
Erie „. :11 s -, SIS r.7»« — s»
<lo Is; preferred 55 > 4 M T m M jj
DHObto Central l.v: M:< ■. n:.\ t»
I>iuisvl!le & Nashville. . 144 14fH-.. I 4»»» - «,
V V t>nir»l 133 132"-.- tS\ — «*
Tr-r»ns> IvanU •'• 5 » l."-*> = » \:\; i C
Itradinc *' . '•'•<>% IK - — s
Southern Pacific . V&-* i:«'» !,:.;,, - i.
Inin Pa< l«c . !(*• ■> IKSH IMS — IVi
I'titted -',!,-« .-!<■- T I I>S »■<••» ",
do pref«-.-rv»i . 1-- « 1..'.'. 113» -- <.»
FOREIGN MONEY MARKET.- < a ii money In
London. Ufc** per cent; open market discount rate
for short bills: lUSIS-16 p.. cent; io:,k bills, V+lf
15-16 per cent: Berlin discount rat.-. 2«, per. cent;
Paris discount rate. l l « per cent. Paris exchange
on linden. 23 francs IS centimes: Berlin exchange
on ndun. 20 marks 43 pfennigs. Bar gold 77s M.
FOREIGN SECURITIES- British consols for
money, M!!-! 1 ! par cent; for the account, MV
it 'rench routes, 97 franca 72^> centimes.
Morton Trust Company •
LEVI P. MORTON. President
38-Nassau St., New York
Capital. Surplus & Undivided Profits $9. 500,003
Systematic and Efficient Management
of Trusts and Estates
We will accept
UNTIL 4 O'CLOCK TO-DAY
Subscriptions for stock in the
Alvarado Consolidated Mines Company
Ml orders will tv transmitted by dir-ct private wire to our Boston branch o«ce«
S3 State Street with instructions to them |o pay at once the. initial amount due on suci
.übscriptiona t« thp companys Bcwton rpr^ntatn^.
Or^rs may bp telegraphed at o«i exp^ns* rssssttsM - b: mail.
CHARLES A. STONEHAM & CO.,
Mining Curb Brokers,
,->4-r,6 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
BRANCH OFFICES. BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA. FBOVIDEXE. SPRINGFIELD.
DIRECT WIRES.
— —.a- a— special Reports on all Mining Properties
♦"Kit in United States, Canada and Mexico.
Of Interest to the Tub lie
" The information in the Btw York San of Jane 24th concern
ine the ownership of the properties in the Province of Esmeraldaa
Ecuador fabnlously rich in Gold and Platinum has attracted wide
spread attention. History as well as recent examinations of these
properties has established the fact that they were the practically
Inexhaustible Treasure House of the Incasand that their develop
ment by Gold Dredges will bring to all those interested the surest
and largest returns of any business in the world to-day.
Five hundred and twenty-five thousand acres are owned in
fee simple by Americans.
Before it is too late, inquire of the Ecuadorian Government
about these properties, and of reliable people of experieace about
the wonderful profits in Gold Dredging. If you will investigate,
you will realize what this means.
Copies of the article in the Sun of June 24th, will be sent yon,
on application to
LEONARD L. WETMORE. Secretary and Treasurer,
W5 Liberty Street. New York Citr.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Bpscuaatfosi on thr* Consolidated Exchange *a'
dominated by the expectation that the month. y
government crop report will make an cncouraKin^
showinir. The volume of dealings wa§ not heavy,
but the undertone of th- market was U^c.dedlv
firm the greater part of the day. Total transac
tions, approximating 71.M8 shares, were distrioute-1
amonK fifty-six different Issues. At the opening
1 n on Pacific touched 195. which proved to be '«
point above the top price reached for the day on
the' New Tork Stock Exchange, while Readtnc
touched 13"». which was 1, point above the hish
quotation of the other board. Next to these two
issues Southern Pacific was the most active stock
on the list. Catted States Steel common «'>ld
down to 67%.* compared with a low on the other
exchange or 68. Bidding for the Southwestern corn
carriers. Atchison a;.: Rock Island, was ouitc
lively at times. AtcMson. however, failed to charge
hands above 117%, a..v.inM a top price on lbs New
York Stock Exchange of 1174. Detailed operations
follow :
STOCKS.
! Sbarca | ' i Open- I HlcJi- | Low- j La».
j sold. ] I Sag I esr | -st. I sa.c.
4.230 Arr.a: •'TJper . 1 MS I «. . SIS' Sl'i
l'» Am I>et Susar... «4 « 44» * l 43 T »i 43*»
SO Am Can ' US! 13 IIS 12
120 Am Car A FJry- ■ *-7Si ST 5*5 * ■ ."•■ . T. 74.
| 4i> Am 1 ■.'•;; •M 1...1 74 l «, 74. r 7", 74
so Am Loeomotlrc -.1 r* T mi fln I *' W> T »| <^> : ,
1 «•»■> Am Bom tins ; 94'« i W . '. !>3S : »*
» H Am Suicar 11.t>4 12TS: li5 T » 12TH
1 •■!«> Ale* Top *SF. ■ 11(54 117% ' 11« ' 11TS
»•■ do rights . : 14' I* i I'-.' IS
>• .\naron'!.T Cop ...' 4- j I- . 1 4* ; 4>«'-»
30 Rait « <>-.. i !lf>S; J1"»S; li'-S 11-S
.'■•> Bethlehem Steel.". SO4: »>4i J>'i 3-> ! i
4*« Brocklyn Rapid T. 79* TS»S 7SS i 7:»S
10 ran ractfi.- : 1-4 , -I**4' W4' 1*44
~S»iCbea ■. Ohio ; 7H r , ! TH I IS"i ! 7*
40 Chic <It Western..: 14^ IS' 14' IS
40O|Clltc Bit -v -• P.' 15.% ! 139 I i:.4S I.V.
4*l I-:,, F\i#i A Iron:., 44 44 - i: 43** .4
1" Col * Hock .■ & I <a'» Xl 1 -,' €3S| «J ! »
30 tor.Ml Gaa ! 141 141 ' 141 j 141
40 Corn Products ... 22"» 1 23 22 r »! 23
.V Dear n i Rio •;- 4SS »■>'-. 1 4- . »* «
: >JXJ Erl<f . | m 36V 3»'.'» 3«S
120 Gt Northern pref . ! l.V)*« (IS 13OSI IMS
10 do ■• ■'• "■* • "•"•-« ! 7.*'*' " •
4.*> Inter Mf: . . . : I«'* IBS 1« 1«*.
12l«l do pref I 4SS; SI ' 4-% .VS
30 Kansas City 50. . : »•> « 4-. :. ' 4-i . 4<T .
•:«> Mo Kan ,v T?xas. «■* i 42 ! 41 V 42
.>> Mo Paclf.r ; T3»« T3 l «! T3 T.I
IO National l>ead ... S «?H S«S ! »\ »• S
I>X> do 11 pr»f '- ' 9 '■» : >»% 2SV.' "" "-»
210 s V Ortral «*•* 132S '. \T2 1.".2S
SON V On: i «>«• «**' S»\' ':S 52S
21>"» Nor TariflT l.*>2 l « IS2S • 151 VI 1."2*«
2<> racifle Mail ' ."1 3141 31 314
*• renni>Uanl.-» 13t>*« 13r.»»i r«V 13«s.
-. People's «las ' 1144' 114*« 1144 : 1144
K> Pr«<»e<i •- ' - Car. 1 43 T »: «5 43V 43 T »
18 >-4<' R^adlne I 1*7*41 '..'.7'-. IMS! 3'T 1 *
i 1O Republic- Steel ... 3141 314! 314: 314
i 3 U«> Rock Island ' "•''4 34'« ! :-:34 ."4 l *
inn do pref • ' TI ' 71 V 71 ! 71 ? »
i 10 541 So raciSr ! IWHI 135«4 IX*4 13S'«
l»o Southern Ry ' *»%l •"■ • »HI '" '..
j 2.. d« ;— ' I fi9'» : «r> l « ; •??'« l!> 1 •
l.T("> T. -. Aif I «7V I<4 : •••!. ■«
15570 m Pacific ! T* I IV, I 193% IJ>4%
',0 IT S Rubber S»H| ."*4 l 3*4' S*S
7.«50!1J H Steel r BMkl ■ ' ----- W»
40 ,ln rr'f US ' ■-*>■■. I* 12" S
40 Va Car ("hern ; MS! V. ! .-.4 : 55
40 Wai • riS! 21 S! 21 '» : 21 ! *
BBS la pref i "'« • vv * 1 * -"4 ■ MS
12" Western Maryland T«>4! 104! 9*4! IS
• 71 -•• Tot«! •» *•
MINING.
I shares I I Open- j Hiirti- I I»tr- '■ "•
.„:«. j I -« 1 *st. I »•• ! M •
170 :■!»■. t( J 5. 2.% I 5.25 ! 5.124 424
WIO RJue BeM "' ; '-» ' •*• I r '"''- ' trl!
«.V> <omstoch -» I -•>■■» -"■ ' *■ •
»K»!Cb«Uar -'* « | .""i -li' 3
-00 con fa! * V«....| -- ! .*C •? ; s :
I MV) r™ih FTartlon .. .S3 1 *•♦ ! .M I .M
-.., w-lktin ■ ■ ■
««»• Ei p.- • a*% si : -";»i : «
I *no G«|.lflf M I>al«v .. .224 .22- 21;». -2W
P.v> fjoMflei.l con. ... R*74' « *T 4 ; «.3T4 i «J. 4
100 Montgomery Sit. ■! .«4S -J4S" "44; -A4S
i jooi Portland , -*24: '-«S ,-«S .«j'»
1 r.*n Quirks!! ver 9."> «»■<« *-J» ; »•»
j ll.TBt Total »ale« • j
BONOS.
" j I Op?n- ! Hiirti- ! Low- ! L>i«t
galea.l 1 '"«• I • rt - ' Ml • ■•!-
rv>miitork 4* .. ! 21 1 -' ' 51 i SI
WHEAT.
"c.i., 1 I Ore i I Rigs I Low- 1 last
bJ'h ! I Inn. I *»t. ! ««t. I «l>.
sTsjfWVSrptembcr ortlon.ijl OSS'SI »H II «V}l»
»^— —
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday's closing quota
tions for y ..-i rnvnt !«.n.ts. compared with Tues
day's:
r- 10l I—^ ,— July T. — ,
RM. A«V»<l. BM. A«IM
V ■ ••« rrdat«r*<l MSB;. mi I" 1 N '"i 101 %
f" « ri i-oupon. I!*V> IM '■» '' - 101 1« ir.«
rl si to rf*!«*i»d. I»W 1- 101 . l« 101 <, »M
r' * -.« .ut— l 100S-tS K'l'» MS !O1 \ \<n
I"' s. ,ii »niAll bond.- 1«» l^H 1<« .lO^W
f - '4^ r»st*ter«H IMS 11* 119 MS 119
U S 4» councn. IMS l^> 11° —
Panama 2». r«Blnt»r«Hl. tSSI . IS»4 Kt'a IO»H 1"! •,
ra na ma 2». coupon. «•». . l'""'i 101' a !"•>»- 10IS
I>i»trtct of •'< :um> , 3-Os 10; — \m —
.rfcillpptne 4» M Will 101 !"!'•»
FERRY COMPANIES. ..
Bid. Asked.! Bid. As-:*-!
| !Un K-rr> r... 2H 33 [ loth •MS 5t.... 34 Bl
Hob Fer l»t I«».1I>S 107 do bond • <!5 •»
do ccn 5» 85 »*« l-'rion F^rry . » SO
N T A F. R *> ♦> do »»t f« 93 M
*do Ist 5s ...SB 63
NEW YORK AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES
Uld. Atkcd.f Bid Asknl.
Am U * Tr •.--'•< SOS Mutual 140 155
do pr*f 109 HI !# N »m <; Ist .'• 101 »,, —
•Uinsham C. S». 1»» »7\* »N V A B R .V.IOI If*
PutTalo ;a« *»« - H «Jo con Si . 87" IPU
•On In <: .*.<». 101', IOCS Patersoo 4. P G. »•» »
Con Gai X J 5«. *> ■ *Pttt» Con G 5a.103 10*
1 rr.\ . r *.:*» IS."- MB Standard . ♦■■ TO .
dt» B*. 92 W, '•> pref. • «»
•do rr Hen «9.l<*> — i # SM .i Oaa 5» !».*> 97
•Eg 1»! con 5«..10.T, UK •» P•: c m *"s.ia".
l.tdsanaiHiiU '.:*» 2> -30 :-o Lt A. Tr is... V 93
•J*i-V«on Qai :.» >••> P24 ?l Paul ■}%» M.. 9* lr»
•Kan City U in. M 10) •?yra <; Ist •'•« >"•« 1•:
•Mad iWj 1.-t 6, IJ3 — I Sjrtm Ua P It.. 10 13
•And lntercit. - .
STRONGEST IN WORKING CAPITAL
Central Trust Company of New York
54 WALL STREET
CAPITAL and SL'RPLI'S - - 513.000.CC8
of which 1 7.000.000 has teen narattt
Southern Pacific Compaq
Neil Tork. Jmlj 7. I»
>«t4r^ to Holder* of *«ath-rn Px-illr < orrpaaj %■
•rripfion Rereipl* for It* tour Per Cent. Twenty las
Convertible «..»IH Bond. Due I.id* I. 19:9.
Xoiic !« hereby etv»n that the >«utheni FMBj
Compaur Konr I'er Cent. Twenty \ear Con»f«a»|
Gold Bond* line Jane 1. Met). »i:l be ready for dearfp!
at the offlco of :?.» Company. No. I^.» Broad»4». S»j
York, on and after Jnlr Ba\ 19«». aica:r>.«it th» mmsfcj
of foil paid »uh-rrip!wd i:»clp!-, a--: '- Laast
«nb*criber* can hiv thetr Kon-Jii delnere-l :n Lor.ir.
on the «am» da:* at the Bank nf Montreal. ♦7Tir«l
needle sHreet. A K. VAN DCVESSEK
T.-Mrjrf
To the Stockholders of
GREENE CONSOLIDATES
GOLD COMPANY j
Ti» Green* Cold Deve'orm^Rt Cm party has rv»en fa* 1 !
under the iii< i^f the State of New York w:t- a. ctrAJ
»!o>Jc of ZA\f»> sh^ren of S3 par 10 take o\»r the prrj
enle» of the Cre»ne Consolidated OcH ■• rr.psar. Hi
■ugh. teal nuh.->rrlpt!on» ha\f been (f-araate»3 r . • ..- "I
acquisition by lt of al: t^e«^ properties.
Stockholders of the TatTer r.mput ar- entl: «t 13 «j
«. ribe at par t^» on* sSare of the l*evesoprr.er.r i^wjr
■tack for every ten shares o* Greene Ccm*o' i ia:e* W
stock they fcold. dcpo*itin(r th-ir Green- Consol.Ma:-! &<
Btflrk a=i r«>lnit a C*s: in«ta::rce=t nf I'>~ C cr. tie >
vctopsarai Coir.pany stock, which Is equi*.a>-.t :ist*
P«r share «n their <lreene Cors>.»lMate<l (JoM Mock
Sutscri?tlpn» will be recei»e,» tnti! Auc-^st 14ta. tm_
W. s:o.-khr.;^ers of fsre»r!* WmsotfiJaTed Go'l Cctsje*
will have ace*»» to rtata concerr.lnc ih'S corrpa"'- os |
ar mv o— ce. Including f->rme r »r.sineer»' rep^ns. »S?
!6!?Terr.enTs. c<jst of properTie^. eto.
Further partita'ar". sutscript'.on blanks. »v . -- -.<
request.
r>^!:s n,cehe,.. J. THOMAS FEiXIUHE
n<».-n N"0. •; :< BROAD ST.. >.;!-
SS Ilrtad St.. N T. 13 Excha.is« F"-. &*«
Dividend Xotices.
ame^ric an telephoni
and TELEGRAPH co.
A dlv Mead »« Two IW.a--» pe- r share «::; h» 012) *
Tlmraday; Ju!r I3th. -<V>-1 t-» sti^khfl'lers of — ;■>-!*
the cii>s* of - ... on '\V»<tr,es'lay. Jun» Z'* 15^5
, WM. R DRIVER. Treasg*^
>XV. YORK. ONTARIO « WE*TER> K.*n.«»'*
COMPANY. £-f
N«, Y'-k. .lure 2». t*»
The B^rrt of Ihr-vtrr, of the N-* Y-rk. Ontt^J
W"«terr. Railway CrapjiT hr.re a •s:v'.»*j
t^o >2i p*r c»nt up»n trie «>Ti,-n"n Stock, pay*™'.'
A •COM !». IW9>. t-» Stockholder* vt Record on J»*
ItWW .^,
Th« Trarsf. r Books «iii be c!"*e.? a: tkf*« *g
r. M. on Juiy -"»>. ISO 9. .an-1 reopened a^ tea 9^
A. M •■- August 1". \909
R. D RICKARD. SecT*^^
THE XMERH'AN TOBACCO COVPAST.
N> 111 Fifth Aunuf. New T^rlc "
Notice is hereby cHfn that the rran'fer h^^l
♦h» rec-.sten-rt torn* P»r rent. (4"V» C"'<l b""^ "%wt|
American Tobacco • nmr>«»rn wUS r-!"*> a: 5 — , -
P M. Thur-day. JU:-."J U :-." I*.. lS»r». *-r th« P»- v:?w^-|
!n> -re«t thereon due Auzust 1. 13"t». ar.d »•»■ ■ ■
..clock A M . Au«ust 2. 1W». _ . —^, I
■ •'*-
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN TRAIMM-. F hou«e» &***:
*.o>X> shares in the local iaark?t. t^'Mr.f on m*-^ |
In the London market tradins was light I*™".
on a movement 'of pric ■<■ that jrenerar.y ««««"
t!ie «lirection of a higher level. Amer^an
closed firm on the cur' Tall mon-y at th *f% s .
capital was easy a' »-&K per cent ,£l-0
bills here heavy, «rd a larse - .:v-— of *****
hills were offered. t!:e Mtt-r belnsr the "> _...
the market. Continental discounts were j"!a »
and ParU and Berlin exchange on I»nco»
mained at Tuesday's figure?. . , ,
UNITED STATES STEEI a l -cou3t ei^
strike of the union tin plate and '*' *'"',-,»<
•■:«. the flnishea steel production rtf tae .J^j»
States Steel Corporation shows ■ ?r.Kn- -^10
However. pis Iron production continues » V' <»*
of about S: per cent •* normal. Orders i" s
are holding up *eIL Xtm bu-tl^L e !^r*»
come tn at the rate of close to X.m \^*J^
Rail orders are more numerous, and lt is ► #
that at least T% per cent «C tea rail capacW af *
country will te employed before the clot*
year. The earning of the l n.ted l ?u» -r
Corporation are increasing more -* » " , B^
created production and shipments than aoj^
else. No s"*-" improvement in * arT ""*Vl, „*■
nated until a iarge percentage of the <w*.
at th-> extremely low price.- i* worked o--^ |
AI.VARAI-.. SUBSCRIPTIONS -A. J-W-^
ters. president of MM AllaWSln Oss»ol«f«
Company say,: "Present indications £«"«*£,•
«tami<«] oversubs<-rlptlon for Iks P»**|s|
3««.«0A share? of treasure stock at JL«« <<i
provide the company with funds for < *7 C I£; -m
1.000-ton mSIL It should be rrt ",' : ~ I«iS«4
mine i, h~r. thoroughly *******. »> "it-1 9
and the bottom dUimond criaed.^^;
can estimate very closely a-« to «*r futun* _ g
feel safe in (Unctto. that there *£figS&
times the seillnir prlve of the WKP i '■
wtt h a mill erected, stockholder. Jg^'fiT I
substantial di\idend returns. The^ -^^ pcJ3^
olMated Mine- Company is now laft* P^
cf the deed* covcrtns the - ownership. «-'^ t4 s»
erty. hiMnS met a!! it* payments «*» re«- ,_-,> |
deed* from Pedro. Ahaftsi Jun* * K-a'.*?
COPPER PRICES LOWER Th* .*
K\ =nxe hi»a ledu.tU tn« yuot«<J jj *■
conDer 1 la tic aalwd. elecirolytls. » -a -" |; ;

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