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R. L. DAY & CO.,
37 Wall St., 35 Congress St.
NEW YOKK BOSTON
SHADE INVESTMENT BONOS
Municipal and Railroad
Mrniivr* »t«- York and
U<>«t .in Stock Eifh»ngw
BANKERS TRUST CO.
CORN EXCHANGE BANK.
BANK OF NEW YORK.
TITLE GUARANTEE i TRUST CO.
< LIXTOX Gil BERT.
2 WALt ST. ,
1852 1910
Jas, B. Colgate & Co.
SB Wmll St.. »w York
Mr.MBBKS INVESTMENT
ft. V STOCK EX. BOXI>9
Edward B. Smith & Co
Bankers
Philadelphia New York
COBALT FACTS
1910 Bdltlon.
♦ Will be forwardrd on request.
WARREN. OZOWfRI * CO..
Members Toronto Stock Exchange.
55 Brond Street. 9toSf York.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET. — Money on call
opened ai 1% per cent; highest. 4 per cent;
lowest, ■' -, per cent; closing, 34 per cent;
ruling rate, 3\ per cent. Time money
continued easy. Rates 4 per cent for
sixty days and ninety days. 404i 4 for four,
five and* ate months and 4} 4 per cent for
over the year. Mercantile paper, In so far
as price was concerned, was not character
ized by the easier time money conditions.
Rates, 4^-.'d r. per cent for sixty to ninety
days' indorsed bills receivable, 4U,<go for
choice four to six months' single names and
B"^. f"r others less well known.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— The foreipn ex
change market opened steady with cables
ouoted at 4.&7>[email protected]!.5730. demand sterling at
4.56&& *.**&> and sixty-day bills at 4.84. Short
francs were 5.15», and short reichsmarks
8.V., The market, after declining to 4.5650
for demand bills, recovered slightly in the
afternoon, fables were quoted at 4 -87300
4 87S, demand sterlinir at 4.5655®4.56?0 and
Eixtv-dav bills at 4!g4.54.4 !g4.54. Sight francs
declined to S.ISJ*- less 1-I*. while short
reichsmarks held around 95 I*.1 *.
Bankers' posted rates follow:
Sixty day«. Demand.
st*mn X ...: "•* 4 -5:-?
-narks ■ »*ti ■•;.*
I'aris. inncs »-»» 5.16-*
BcWun.. francs R-20 •: -,"
P\vlt2«>riand. francs S.-?' 1 * D- liJJ
Holland, sulldcrs 40 ■»•-•••■
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. —Boston. Ka
discount; <"hicapo. 25c premium; San Fran
cisco. -irJ.T :.■ premium, telegraph 4c pre
mium; N'<-\>- Orleans, commercial 2oc dis
couut bank Jl premium; Charleston, buy
ing liar. spiling 1-lOc premium; St. Louis.
Be premium bid, Xc premium asked: Min
neapolis. •-"■ premium: Savannah, buying
|-Xc Oiscount, celling par.
BANK CLEARINGS. — Npw Tork ex
chaises J355.237.110. balances j11,5C"9,092: Bos
ton exchanges J25.0^.?>42. balances f1.390.-16.
ChVca^o. exchanges J47.542.950. balances $3.
900.136: Philadelphia, exchanges $24,50.,<>3*.
balances J2.251.152.
rEH MARKET.-Commercial bar sil
ver. S3%c; Mexican silver dollars. •«. Bar
Filver in London closed at M l 3-163, a de
cline of 1-lGd.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. 6.C3; Lis
bon. 10.75.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.-Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at 2('1 T2T 2-
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS. — Receipts
<-„•:, customs yesterday were J1.23fi«43. in
ternal revenue 5544.447, and iniscellaneoua
1M5.78. a total of *2,323,575, against totsAex
i.«nd't:ir« on ordinary account of 51,&32,406.
For the month to date ordinary receipts
have been $5.1»5.37S and ordinary expendi
tures M.586.205. the excess of receipts
I amounting to $622,173. For the fl*cal year
k. date ordinary receipts have been *>4a.9!50.
7TC. against 5495,140,431 in the same time in
■•..r. and ordinary expenditures $d€ 2.000.402.
against J564.516.732 in 1909. the excess of ex
j^nOitur<s this year amounting to $16,0*1.
.'.4- compared with an excess last year of
sfi9 6715.3U0. inrludinK Panama Canal ac
count and public dent, the excess or an
expenditures over receipts since July
Biilountf to $43,373,791. against an excess in
the vorrc-spondins period a year ago of
}nr-<.:::"
SUB-TREAfiURT.— Tbe Sub-Treasury was
debtor to the Clearing House $425,495.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL
London, May 6.— Consols closed •>& lower.
at HR4 for money and fcl for account. Ana
<-onrta ivas unchanged, at £6*,; Canadian
Pacific -, lower, at 189%; Grand Trunk V*
Moii'ey wm" m quiet demand and <ils-
C^r nt \he Ul toc rr k rae Exch £ n R6 «h« iUn« S of
X-::; ]:-i^,-.i bad a deprcsHns «**«*!_***
mu-t notable belns; decline of jl-16 In
consols. This had a sympathetic effect on
all „.. . ■ sections. Paris offered stock later
Bad wealovess ii> foreign securities and
Kaffir? '.-:!•.•<:. but there was no rush to
;..r" a nv «...-..-. ami moat of the decline rep
resented the marking down of value? by
troktr--- Those stocks actually offered were
KtU '. -or l ••'.!. The fetling. however, was
unsettled pending further news regarding
»h- . ji« ... -if Kins lCduard. and alter a
toiri!»oraj-y rally prices finished near the
"in the Arwrlcan department the openinp
„vus p.ii-y ar.d prices showed a loss of >,- to
J^oii the new>' of the King's mness. Prices
hardened somewhat around midday, and on
NV-v : York • ...in.' during the afternoon
come of the leading stocks advanced over
a, dollar. After a flight reaction the market
closed Kt«»<3y
Csll money In Ixmdon. '2 1 u'ii~ per cent:
num nuuket discount rate lcr shun bills.
" s \f?"*- per cent; Ions: bill*. C- s^/- ! z per cent:
iierlinl discount rate. 33 3*3 * per cent; Paris
discount rat-. 2% per cent: Paris exchange
on LrtJiiuon. ir, francs i'i a * ccntlnics=; I^rlln
• xenance on London. 20 mark? «9 pfennlffs.
Bar Koi<2. T7 3 'jd. American eagk-s. 76t «d.
F;iri*. May 6.— Three pt-r cent rentes
dosed 1Z centimes lower, at 98 francs L.'i
centime* Prices on the- Bourse were heavy
<,» lite Illness of King Edward.
Berlin. May €.— Prices on tlie Boerse were
rrtlic- strong, with Americans l.igher. yet
under Uie New V..: parity.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished by J. Thorns ReinharJt. Xo. "
l'.ruad Blrett. New York, and No. 54 Dcvon
fchire str<*t. liostun.)
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Oorbla Oopper '*» « ,*«
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F)r«t National Oodpcr... -U - • «•'*
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GOVERNMENT BONDS.
'Hi* following Ehowa yesterday's doting
<;»vj? miens for government bonds, cron
i « ■'' - ;
M
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lV i « OMtpaa. I!.:V..!:^' : ■"-. ii* 1 "* : *
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vtaHxtox 3-cii i«jy ! * — '<> J ■» —
IMPORTS OF DRYGOODS.
Imports- and marketings of AfTVaoaa this
week, with comparison*, a>ewi as follow*:
■ ■"«-- • This ■ k I>:is' *k. 1 Wt »<-<«r.
7ctal tnuxTte....SS^tS.lh; i.*.,*.J.n f2.SVfI.III
total ißaitt-UiiSi 2.157.062 £,3^,664 2.377.7fca
PRICES OF SECURITIES MOVE TOWARD LOWER LEVELS
"""£', — ; NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910.
flh'rslNetj i ~1 — Actual Sale*. I Cloning, ah'ral^et' " ', I .T^L e i S^inilWd S |A?k
cold. Ichgej lOp.l Hl.|Low|Flnllßld.iA3k eold.,|chg«| Od.l Hl.lLowlFlnl Bj^jAp
3M; JAllis-Chalmers Company... 10^ lO^flO 10 ' fSTjS t £00 +1 IKansas City Southern pr..j 68 j©s , M g^ wl-'w l -' '• r>% *
88.5001-5 AmaJgamated Copper | 65^ 66% 64T4 65% 6H4 65% 200 - Laclede Ga5.^..... 100^100^ 9»% »* WVi *
1001 +»4» 4 American Agr. Chemical... 43 43 !43; 43 42£ 43V4. 100 Lake Erie & Western 1. ;1« " « «' »
TOO -»i American Beet Sugar ;S6 38% | 36 :36 93% 36^ 60 Lake Erie &\\ estern pr. . . \4B 48 48 48 «- M4?4
600 - American Can |9%10 '** »% 9% 10 600-1 Louisville & Nashville 1469 i 145J» 146 }&JlB2 '-3'>
100'- S American Can pr 71* 71% 71% 71\! 71< 73 800 + % Manhattan Elevated 133 133}* 'SuPSJrS ' l"'i
800j-% 'American Car * Foundry.. 6«\ ; 68% 68% 68HI 58^i 69 100 Marine pr I.V mU Ijv*, VMUj 35
100 American Car &F. Pr 115 115 115 115 113 115*4 400 41*4 Minn. & St: Louis 34 3^,34 i 35% I w*n 68
600 - American Cotton Oil i 66 66 64V 65 ! 64»4 64% 210 + % (Minn. & St. Louis pr , £L'i£L 'iwv'i^u'lM m ,j
6001-1 American Hide & Lea. pr.. 32 ■ 82% 31$ 31% Sl£ 32 430 -214 M.. St. P. &S.S. M 136% 136 V* 135% i ISSV». «« , 41V J
1.100:- American Ice Securities....; 24 ' 24% 24 ; 24% 24% : 24% 6,800-1% Mo.. Kansas & Texas 41% 42 , 40% u\ +■
mi—% American Linseed pr ; ,83% 53%-53% 33% 33% 34% 1.500 +% Missouri Pacific 68% 65% 68 | 68^ 75 I 75Mi
600—% American Locomotive ..... 47% I 47% 47 47 46% 47 1,600—1, National Lead j5% «&. iti-i/'inTV • > 1 1084
600- % American Malt pr ;.. 55% ! 86% 35% 35% 35 35% 60 National Lead pr I^' l^ 1 £ • * '^4' 2^
52.500- American Smelting 76 177! 75 ' 76% 76% 76% 11.300-% National of Mexico 2d pr.. 29 29-/, 28% Ufa «•» 72^
100 +14 American Smelting pr..,,... 103% 103% 103% 103% 103 103% 150 - % New York Air Brake i 2% 72% j-£ '-^ •- ngi^
100- Am. Steel F>".. ex div I%* 56% 56% 56% 56% 55 '58 6.100-1% New York Central.... 119% 120% U|% ll«i — -i — -
902- American Tel. & Tel.. 134% 135% 134% 134%|134% 135 100 —% N. V., »H.& H. subs.... 140% 145% 145% JSJ mv U9H
60 — American Tobacco pr ' »xj 55% 95% «%l 94 195 200! +1% |N- V.. N. H. & H...... IK 152% 152 162% 4k 43 »
LO-.K> +1% American Woolen 34 \36 34 34% 34% 35% 500 - New York. Ont. & We5t..., ,43% 43>, 43 « ,, jofS 102
20 - - American Woolen pr | 99% 99% 99% 99% 99 100 I.TOO-1M Norfolk & Western 02% 102^ 101% 101% wig 1254
2.6C0 +% Anaconda 40% 41 40% 40% 40% 19% 3,300|-l% Northern Pacific ' 12S V 1 % ,2 SS ! 2?
16.500-1% Atchl-ion 108% 109% 108%!108% 108% 10S% 100!—% Ontario Silver 2% 2% V* «8 25 25%
2101— H Atchlson pr 102 102 101% 101% 101% 102 100—% Pacific Mail. •■••■■•• ,™«£, 130*' 131 !131! 131 131%
200 — % Atlantic Coast Line 123% 123% 123 123 121 122% 13.fi00 -1% Pennsylvania Railroad 131% 132 130-% "i | 107^
1.307-1 Baltimore & Ohio 109 109 108% 108% 108% 108% 900 -% | People's Gas & Coke IQ7M 107% ra»2 99% «I%U» •
10 Bethlehem Steel I 27% 27% 27% 27% 27% 2914 400 +% P.. C. C. & St. L 1W 100J4 99 4»* ""» 18a4
21.500— is Brooklyn Rapid Transit.... 78 ; 79% 77% 78% 78% 78% 400 + % Pittsburg Coal : IS% W-» I|A i°' 4 , ;0; 0 | 71 7 «
3.530—3 Canadian Pacific 184% 184 182% 183 183% 183% 200+1 Pittsburg Coal pr 68 (71 63 i<* : ' ,
7.200-1?, Central Leather 42 42% 41% 41% ! 41% 42 200! Pressed Steel Car 38 38 38 j » j 99
9.100-1 Cheeapeake & Ohio 85% 86% 84% 85 185 i 85% 100 +1 Pressed Steel Car pr ,98% 95% |?«t'*« 161 163
200 ! -1% Chicago & Alton 46% 46% 45 |45 40 j46 130-1 Pullman Palace Car 161 161 161 iw *
1.0011-1% Chicago Great Western.... 27 ! 27 i 26% 28% 26% ! 26% 100 -1 Philadelphia Company 99 199 , »■» ,'*L, iseu'lf^^
2,v,_ % Chicago Great Western pr 50% 51 50% 51 ! 51% 52% 119,250-2% Reading yi;-": l 2ffPsii3 lX ffiU 33% 33%
5,«T.3-1 7 , Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul... 135% 139% 137% 138 138 138% 300! + % Republic Iron & Steel 33% 33% 33% it* ™+ n
inoj-1% Chicago. Mil. & St. P. pr... 156% 156% 156% 156% 156% 158 660-1 Republic Iron & Steel pr., 97% j 9'% 97 j*' %„ - 43,,
1.1- 1 --l«t, Chicago & Northwestern.. 149% 150 148% 145% 150 18.350 Rock Island : 43% 44% 42% «4| y™ «
X ,,- i a C. C, C. & St. L I 81% 81% 81% 81% 1 80% 82% 100 St. Louis &S^ F Ist pr ;66 66 66 66 Jb 4 463 . 4
4001 4% Colorado Fuel & Iron 38 38 38 i3B ! 37 4j 38 500,- St. Louis &S.F. 2d pr..... 46 46% 46 »> w^ g»
100 «■<% Colorado Fuel & Iron pr.. U5 116 115 113 120 200 +% St. Louis Southwestern.... 29 29% |29 **'* 7-> *i 72%
3.890!-% Colorado & Southern 1 61% 62 ', 60% 61% 61% 61% 200— % St. Louis Southwestern pr : 72% 72% 72 v •- (73 *
ml 41% Columbus & Hock. C. &I10I10!10 ,10| 10 ' 10% 200) Sloss-Sheff. Steel & Iron.. .2% .3 J£9\J* kWhasU
4,600-2 Consolidated Gas 135% 13614 133% 183% 133% i 134% 68,800—1% Southern Pacific I 2L,rS «Sf "V' 25« i 26Vi
400 -% Corn Products Refining.... 15% 15% 15 16 ! 14% 15% eOO--l»i Southern Railway : 2.»'« 26 gMgSfflJ
MO - % Delaware & Hudson 170 170 169% 170 169 172 200-1% Southern Railway pr 60 j6O 59%! 59 o3«»j o^,*
1.375 -1% Denver & Rio Grande |40140 |39 1 39%: 37 37% 400 Texas & Pacific. v -. ; 31% 1 31%; 31% 31 fr wj*,
100 - % Dtstnilos; Securities i 29% ! 29% ; 29% 29%' 29%' 31 1001—1% Toledo. St. L. & pf! » •..••• ;38 138 . 36 1 Su, fi3 ' 64 l x
2C© — Duluth. S. S. &At 14 '14' 14 14 | 13% 14% '300—% Toledo, St. L. & *£*-.?*•]" L«f}f LJfuhfm mtt IW
100 IDuluth. S. S. & At. Pr 125 25 125125 195 26 * 110-1% Twin City Rapid Transit... 111% 111% 111% jgjj ggj 179%
2.5.0-% Brie 28% 28% 27% 2R%. 25% 28% 99.400-1% Union Pacific P« 1? MV 5%l 93% ««8
400-1 Erie Ist pr 45 145 44% 44% 44 | 44% 100-1 Union Pacific pr. 94 > 2 94% 94% 'inS '1M *l^
100-I*4 Erie 2d pr ■ i 35%; 35% 35%! 35% 35 36 100 4 % United Dry Goods pr 109 109 109 100 108 n2
200 General Electric Co 146^147 '146% 147 '146 147% 100 4%U. 8. Realty & Imp. .3% .3%. <3Va <•*£ * 7 *
6.2001- % Great Northern pr.... 133% 134% 132% 133% 1133% 133% 1,000 4 % United States Rubber ..... «% \U \9m 40£ w »
1. _i 5 iGreat Northern Ore ctfs... 62% 63% 62% ! 62%) 62% 63 300 United States Rubber Ist pr|lll^ 111% m£ "1% ' 81%
30 IH. B. Clafliu 110 110 110 110 I—i — 150.900 -1% United States Steel 81W 82% 19% 18 117 1 117%
200] Illinois Central 133% 133% 133 133 133 134 1.600 - % United States Steel pr I '*'*- I ]* \,{? }■,£ \U< 43
4.100-% -Metropolitan | 20% 20% 20%; 20% 20% ! 20% 2.135-% Utah C0pper............ 43% 44 4.% UYi *
,-,_ i% mtf-r.-M.-trnpolltan pr | 64% 55 | 63% 63% 53% 53% 1.400-1% I Virginia-Car, Chemica 08 ;68 56% 0. 120 11^3%
1,360 - International Harvester.... 92 92 j 91% 91% 91% 92% l'"0 ;4% ! Virginia-Car. Chemical pr. 123% 123% 23% 1-3% l* i»»
999 4 % [International Paper pr j49 49 1 45% 45% 49 "| 50 110 Vulcan Detlnning 18. 18 i» « " -*
769] 42 lint. Steam Pump :.. I 44% 46- j 44% 46 !46 45% 500—% Wabash v ; 19% "A J^»- "Ja J^» *;"
MM 4 % lint. Steam Pump pr........ 85% 85%; 85%; 85% 84% 85% 6.100-1% | Wabash pr - 43% 44% | 4^ f 4-.* «-8, «
300 —■„ lowa Central 20%; 20% j 19% 19% 20% 20% 100—% Western Maryland 44 44 44 « « «
2,-fl _ 4 lowa Central pr 1 38% 35% 35% 38% 38% ! 39 600 4% Western Union Telegraph. 65% 68% 684 68% 65% 6S. 8
254144 iKanawha & Michigan j95!95[95.j 95 |—1 — - 600 Westinghouse Mfg.... 63% 63% 62% 62% 6-%J tw
1.11O ! -1^ Kansas City Southern ' 33% 33% 32% 32% 324 32% 200 : Wheeling & Lake Erie I 3% 1 3%! 3%1 J*-a! — T3
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. Total sales for the day. 716.576 shares, compared with 970,434
" , r——,—————^ . shares for the corresponding day In 1909.
Sid^i • |op A | C H,^wfF-i n i| B C l'd O^ Total sales. January 1 to May 6. inclusive 73,236^ shares,
- -00— ICommerce 1206 ■ 1206 J205 [205 J205 compared with 68.»«.18» shares for the same period In 1909.
FINANCIAL MARKET
King Edward's Illness Weakens
Stock Prices.
Sharp declines on the London Stock
Exchange on the announcement of the
serious illness of King Edward were re
flected in a weak opening in the local
market, though the downward move
ment here was not accompanied by a
particularly heavy volume of selling: for
foreign account. Arbitrage houses sold
upward of twenty thousand shares on
balance, but the effect of these opera
tions on local sentiment was especially
marked, owing to the fact that in recent
days London has been an active buyer
here, with all indications of continuing
Us operations along these lines for days
to come. The King's illness naturally
injected a new factor Into the specula
tive situation, due to the close relations
between the great international markets,
and the effect of this unexpected . de
velopment upon prices in London and in
New York was intensified by reason of
the unsettled financial and political con
ditions in England, which suggested
complications on the accession of a new
monarch to the throne. Under the cir
cumstances a cessation of London buy
ing in the local market was not sur
prising; neither was the local specula
tive selling illogical. Maximum declines
ran from 1 to more than 2 points in the
active issues, with unimportant rallies
before the close, Amalgamated Copper,
Heading, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific,
United States Steel and American
Smelting being the chief features among
the active issues. While some people
have been Belling the last named, stock
in recent weeks, owing to the overpro
duction of copper and the unsettled con
dition of the trade, others who are bet
ter informed have been buying it for the
good reason that the earnings of the
company are based on the tonnage of
ore handled, and are not dependent upon
the price of copper. As a matter of fact,
the large production of copper is help
ing the earnings of the smelting com
pany, which is not a copper ore produc
ing concern. In addition to the selling
based upon the course of the London
market, considerable pressure developed
as a consequence of the strength in the
wheat market, which accompanied un
favorable reports from the winter wheat
fields.
According to the known movement of
money in the current week the local
bank? have gained from all sources, the
total amount Of added cash being esti
mated at more than $0,000,000. Re
ceipts of currency from the interior were
heavy, chiefly from nearby points which
sent their funds to this centre to take
advantage of the higher rates prevailing
i In the call money market, while ship
ments were in large part to the West,
including large Sub-Treasury transfers
[to Ban Francisco. The course of money
j ratv-s in the last few days suggests a
stronger showing in to-day's Clearing
i House statement of actual bank oondi
j tions as of last night than reported a
week ago, in spite -of the active bull
speculation on Wednesday and Thurs
day, and it would not surprise the Slreet
if a large contraction in loans should be
shown as a consequence of the heavy
liquidation that culminated for the time
\in Tuesday's market. Doubtless the de
cline yesterday, caused some cbangea/ln
the loan account, and it is possible that
the. financing of the May option in the
cotton market may figure to a substan
tial extent in bank exhibits to-day.
Purlins exchange r;it»H moved with con
ei<lcral>l« Irregularity, and bankers wore
! «-..in< hat at s« a over the course nt the
j market in the Immediate future, owing
j !., the r.>. •••r'-untv over the amount of
;-n<i.- that may lie placed abroad and
♦ ■.. ■cftVct upon foreign markets for our
I 'securities in the event of a fatal '-riding
jof the Illness of the King of England.
I Financial market* are extremely >-us
' c-.-j. ;;'•.• changes in heads of govern
ments, n>:'i i: is not Impossible that the
death of King K-.l'.w.rtl would Induce the
ia'stious French bankers to postpone, In
d« finitely Ti!!:-: negotiations for the
financing <:f ■ American railway bond
Issues. Ease In our cscfaangc ..market
for the preser.t depends u]K>n European
buying Of our securities, and any de
velopment that might tend to upset the
present favorable, attitude of foreign
bankers toward American Investment
issues doubtless would have a mußt"un
favorable effect upon ventinient and
prices litre.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1910.
BOND MARKET SALES.
000 Jap 4Hs. ... 95 8000 L S & M So
6000 do 2d 94% ** 1931...
27000 ÜBof M4s 2000 do •••••••••£*■
, A Oft".* 8000 L. I R«f *■- . **>
2000 Argentine Bs 96Vb 7OOf» do vt
20000 N V State 49 10000 L A N IT 4s. ORH
lt»no lO6U. 8000 Marine 4Vis. -53ir
6000 N T C 4H« fIOOO do ....■••■ «•> *
1837 ...10S\i 0000 M C Ist Inc. 31%
mono do losm 1000 MX & T Ist
1000 do ...sCF.IORV; 4s »<*•
1001* do Nrw...lO?Vi 3000 «Jo Ref to.". fi 2
1000 do 1917... 10.m! 2<KKI do f-%
80000 do4 1 Rts.lol4 2000 <1o S F 44s 68
1000 flo <s 1853 oJ>»r3 2000 tlo Ext Co.i^t^j
2t>ooo do 10T.0... pj»s! r»000 Mo Pac 45... <S>ti
2<V>o Am A C ss.lolVi 2000 do Tr 55... 100}*
6000 Am H & It 1000 do Cirrt C»
Gs . ..lOOVi full paid. 93%
1000 do 100 3000 X R>s of M
35000 Am T & T 4V40 .......
Cvt 45... 101 1000 N V A B 65. 103
2WKV> do 1014 10000 NY C Gen
10000 do 1OO«^ 3%s ™%
3003 do Col 4s. Skli, 6000 do rvh 1034 03
6000 Am Tob 4s. "Si* 1000 NYG& EL.
10O«> Armour 4'«n 02 I H & 1.1 5..1 01
10000 -A T& S F ! 3000 do NX>4
AdJ 4s Stp RJUi 2000 do 4b 83^»
6000 do Gen 4s. OS»i 9000 NYXH &11
3000 do OSH Deb 8s 131 1 *
8001 do. {«&; 1 21000 X & W Cnvt
37000' do Cvt 53.112 I 48 '. ..102Vj
4.1000 do Cvt 45.10Ri4l 20f>0 do 102
22000 do HI»H ICOOO do Ret« full
10000 do 100 HI P aid 101& *
49000 do 10CO w L 102% i 30000 do 1014
12000 At Coast 4s 04H j 7000 do 101%
1000 do 94'^.i32000 do 101
2000 do T. & N ! 4000 do 101S
4s 90", ! 10000 Nor P Pr 45.100H
1000 do 91 I 2000 do 100%
BOOi» do ... OOTi I 4i>O<t do 3. 100*4
4000 B & O Gold 1 10000 O R & X Con
4s JW I 4s 05
1000 do Pr ."Us flOii 1003 Ore S L Ist
10000 do 9Oi^' (to 114
snooo rvtti pit no. 8T lioooo do ota Rer
r.IOOO B R. T 4s. . R4H ! 4s 02
29000 do R4'i| 4000 Pac TAT 5s IMF,
WOO d-> 84%! 5000 Pa Cvt 3Hs.HK)
490CK1 do f<4^ i 30110 do 3l»83 l »8 1013 0r» T i
7000 do M*;, 40000 do 05%
10000 do .... 84 I *' 2<K» do 03%
4000 do 84 & i 15000 do Gtd 3' 383 8
aooo B r G r,a..ior, B ... Wi
1000 Can Po .101-.! 1000 do Gtd 4Hs.l<>44
1000 Cof Ga Con |-.V>oo do 4s 1945. 1 ,,
6s 104"il1WK>0 do 1".'!
22000 Cent I. r»s.. 09 1 ; I lWOO Road Gen 4s. '.(rli
nooo c* ofo f 55.103%! 3000 do '■*<■%
40C»> do Gn4Ss.lOo 120000 do 97^i
2000 do Cvt 4<.'.s i ICKKM) St L. &S F U
w !..... 8.TX.1 n Gen ss. W
n«v>n <io fls*;| TM\n do Uef •**■. mi;
4POOO do ...... 03% j B0l» do *2
12000 Chl(? R ft Q I 2000 St P M & M ■
Gen 45... OS?;! Dak Ex C«.100i,
.fl^^O dr. j 45.. 0r» l .-.000 S a & a p r
1 1O(K> - do !»I4 4s 87
I.'iOGO d-, 954 57000 Peab A L AdJ
1000 do 111 Dlv I 5s 71
* 3Us ... BG'S! f>Ooo do 71's
1000 C M & St P . ! 2000 So P Ist Ref
: • *a 1334... 92% 1 4s 04 l i
10000 do Gen 4s 10<if>0 do Cvt 45.100"5,
■-• .A .... 09 1 *. ! S.VM»t) do 100' 4
2(«"'O do ....... D9>4 1 257000 do 101
kwc R 1 & P 120000 do ion &
r,,n 4- .... !»i;|j;ik« 40 .",".100%
.TOOO do Rtf 4s. SSRIA 7000 do 100%
IMMO do RR' 4 I 2»'iOO So Ry Ist . 10. r »4
[ 1000 do SS*i ' 1000 do 106
i 1000 do . . . 88 ! 4000 do Grn 4s. 775*
220XW do RR 4S 77*, i 2000 do 77£,
- «V»00 do ... 77»i 38000 do 77>i
32000 do . 77'*!2:«)OO U P. Ist 4s..lOo'Vi
2iX»fl!o do 77 ' 1000 do 1007*
1000. CSt L. & X ! 00<X) do 101%
■ ■O Gold . r i».ll«\ 4000 do 10m
200«( c 0 £• C 6s. I'M noi>o do 10114
1000 C* O Ist 4.« o<> 1 »»o0 do Ist Ref
1000 do n& Ei . I 4s f»GH
445.520F 07 I 1000 d) !*>H
1000 do 07V42°°0 do Cvt 45..10(»
1000 Cm G C Ist 110000 do IWVt
. - 0* . 100.; 0000 do ..innn
2SOOO D ft H Cvt I .10110 do I«J%
.- 4s M 120000 do HOW.
«■""" do fief 4s 07*11 r>ooo do I«U4
101XX3 Df-n A- n G • : Ri«V) IT S Rub. G5.102";
■ : R«-f K5.... 02 ! 5000 U S Stl S F
lWGen El J>eb . Pa 104
.s 13S Uoo<> do 103T4
21000 Int-Met 4«4s («lM< 0000 do I<>4
lOOOn A., . c. f>O"*j .'K«> do RPR 1044
lOTOftO, do ftyi.il 100(1 Wab Ist r.s..lHKi*
3000 do BO^! iooo do 2J . .1i»l l i
1000 Inf R T,55.101%! o<>oO d o Iti]
2O0(> do 6«: 101741 18000 do R & Ext
P©oo Int Pap r.s.l<i2 i 4s <' Q? 4
VkV» XC so 3.1.. ! 10000 do .. . r.S*i
lOM K-C FV & • 41000 do BB*a
M 45... .,. 77%i15000 Wat, PTUI .
ioor» do 7s 1 , ' ,-«s 88
. Ktoo Ken Ont 4s 07 I MOO West Md 4s. M'«
<VX»<J Lack Stl Cvt | *<>«> West S F .Is. SO'j
"• • •'•■= .. .. 90 J ion.) \v ,^h 4S4 S Beg OOVi
I(K"K> ls* mgo . 1 8«00 w C Gen 4s. Imh*,
l^b <«.... UV» I '-''Mil do . . .00
10000 do 93-. j low do . . flO'4
Total sales of bonds, $2,393,000,.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnish* by W. N. Cole/ & Co.. No. 43 Cedar
i tr«*t>
(Accrued Interest to be added i
Bid. A«k«d
•Rets.. 4 •!. 11ch.. '30-*6O .H»l 101 V»
•■I'i. November. ' 10.171. lOS'i lOBH
•4'i. -May. 19.17 14834 iosH
•41-,4 1 -, 'Xovcnibfr. 1017 „..I<i.l 103 L i
•114. May. li»17 hi.! 11.31,
•4)-. Mh>. !iC)t <)>,\ IKi'jj
•4". November, li)M. : UU\ goH
•4«. .M«y. 1(tr,7......i HHt '.«'■-»
•4.. Ma-.. 1010 IK* 1 ; IW'h
t4s. x..v. ■„.»...., ii».v,-'M „*,,. n'.
•J4s. November. l!>::»t . uvU nn«4
•3O»; XnvPtnhPr. m.".4 0."» S7'» ("Si
irt'j. May. 1434. 87% f(£H;
IS'i, l!«.Vi Kflij fi7 i
•t3'^. November, inn l^i^ pf,tj
tt'i. Nil, ,-iirtif ' . IS3*>.. M j,^
*•';'?, Jsov«-tnb<-r. 1922 !t.( U'.'.\
*.V*. Novemb.-r. law inn ;:,'-■
f'lV November. 16H f)C\ t)7?i
•Coupon* mi 1 -..1,,.- ,; . 'ncg!<iten>il tcou
1) .r.s •l;'Kist»>i(..l an.l •■.upon
■ , _ . BOSTON STOCKS.
(Furnished by II 1.. Hay & Co., No 37 Wall
■ -street )
Mil. 5. May »i. I ■ Slav .', Ala v 0.
PfK 4- A1b.. 224 223 Oil a. Keela:37S ,-,7:,
lScnton i".i V.1 2(1 i^ii 'Centennial M i>> IS
KHchl.»;i>f.r.:. t2T.',i^Cop i(. ins ,. m i;.'. 1 - •:.
XV SH i. !.' I.'.i lßn . [Kranklln M.. 11 n '»
1 Old Colony. !«■'. 185 I Granby M ;i <i'j
|\Vi; si 1.,-. >~'^ SS i Mas« con* M <i.i < M 4M 4
.•(. 1. '"' -I"l '■* -■- Mohawk ?.! ... 47 47
Ma«a Bl Cus 17 'j 17% No Hutt.' . . :;i\ 31
do 1.1*?. . *:. $-4 Osccala M...r«2'i r:.-.
A-r. Pn<*ufn.. .^ l il •'■': OH I>..in M.. 32** S3
d> t>rcf... 17 17 (Parrot m. . 13% 13!
Am TA- T..1?.*.»; lW»i|Qulncy U. i:. 7<J
Sow Knp T. 133' IST Tftmarack M, 4s 4% '•
Weft T*T 15 19 Wolverine Mils 110
do aref... m *»■." V ■ Smelters 4(*K 4<X,i
In Bhua M. «'i '■•■>'*' d.i I 1"' 4°. 4H'/i
... sr4f. . . -1« 2tt IT S Oil . SJ|U 34 V
An-aJlan M. •»'* -»'4 *•"«» *'•■>* . w»S mi
Atlantic M.. « «'• do i.ier ("14 M
Shannon M 1"'» 1" Llftb SO I'OU
-— i*rult. .176 175 : I
•Afked. .
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The followlnK were the last actual sales
and the closing quotations for stocks in
which there were no transactions yesterday
o.i the New York Stock Exchange:
Last Closing.
tale. 814 Asked.
Adams EaPT '•?— 2 5"- in
A Ills Chalmers Co pr««- 33 *' ;
I Am Agr Chem prer.....lW m \
Am Heet Sugar P»t.-« jft ,:„, «
lAmcor'oir.ref::::::::^ m ig«
Am DIM Tel 20 }•» ™
Am Ex re« 880 2a5 -
j Am Hide & Leather «'♦ « ,'?•
Am Linseed 12** j-> l 'r
Am Locomotive pref.-.U", 105^ ""V"
Am Malt 5* , '* p-^
Am smelt pref B £ ** *™
Am InufTpref::::::::::;^ w «
Am Sucar.. J24H IM% }-J
Am Sugar pref l'" 1 * '£5 „
Am Tel & Cable «•• •»
tAnn Arbor » 3.
Ann Arbor pref Wi •" '-
! Bait & Ohio pref 01 88- P »
i Batopllas Mining. ...••• -3 -"•♦ •
Bethlehem Steel pref... 50 - ™
i Hklyn in Gas 138 137 I*
i Hrunswlck •.•••■".l2 ,' 1117
! Buff R & V pref....... -12^ *-* **
! BufTalo & Susq pref ■■--..-» — S
: Butterick Co »]» »1» JJ
Can Southern -..•• «H «•' .^'
Cent &So Am Tel 1W 1H J"
Cent Leather pref lo« l«fi 1W
Central of N J 275 2,0 -W
Chic & Alton pref «9 —
Chic X & Q-..- 223 300 Sl)
.Chic I & L Pref ■• - M n °"
Chic & Northwest pnt.2K 2<« -!
c: st p M & o H2^. mo >•*
C St ? M & O pref.... lK) 180 1"'
Chic Union' Tract...... 4 ..%, •» *
Chi* Union Tract iiref.JH «14 ™«
CCC*«L pref 10UT4 I^' 110
! Cleve & Pitts I^s "i —
i Col & So Ist pref •** £ •"
Col-& Products" Ref pref. 74^ -"2v 7RU
Corn Products Ref pref. .4^ .4^ .«2
D 1. & W. - 5M r.|>> Gbo
: Deny & R G pref <» W4 j^J
1. m & united' r- R : : : : »% g «
I Detroit United R R •»% g «
Evans & T H «• « JJ
Fed M & S 41 •■'» 41
F^d m & S p*>f m ♦■» '«*
Gen Ch»m Co ft-> "7 ,«g
Gen Chem Co pref 103 l'»J > {•;
Oranby Minins 40 41 100
j Havana Klec- Ry »2 92% !>4
Havana Klec Ry pref... M — »<*
Hooking va11ey... ...... KO 120 !-•»
Hocking Valley pref . . . . 101', in lOrt
Honiestake f''* ,SS S '
Ir.Krrs'Vl-nand C 0...... TO 100 —
Ingersoll Rand Co pref. . 84V4 ■>< —
Int Harv pref 122 122 i l->
Inter Paper.. »'*• 'I* - \-
K«ok & I' M..: J « J
Keok & D M pref 41 35 4^
' Knick Ice Of Chic pn*. . • < ?• '«
' LaeWe Gas pref B3 — ■»
lAke Shore ■ 320 3.0 410
, l/,n Island «j ♦•♦
i Mackay Cos gfi M 88
! Mackay Cos pref 7.>? i iB'A <i
Manhattan Beach -''H . " ♦ 2
Marine •• •' -".4 n *>
Maryland Coal pref 00 80. 90
Mlrhißan Central -- >4.> ISO
MSP& 8S M pref. .14.'. . 143 14S
M P&S SM L L.- MS 5614 SO
Mo Kan & T prtf 68% ««Vi - 70
Morris & Essex '« ISO }£»
Nash A- Chatt.. 185 130 133
Nat Biscuit 100 I*l 109
Nat JMseult prer ...... .122 122^4 123%
Nat Knam *.- Stpg 21 I»*4 2Ui
Nat Knam & Stp* pref. nm M 90
Nat or Mcx pref < % >4'i M «•>
New Cent ( "oal r>2',i 30 fi<7
he* St 1, Wi* OS m
VYC& St L Ist pref.lOP^ 100 ' 110
T C & St L 2il pref.. m ■ »n ST
X V nock 35 2» 33
N V Dork pref Sghi H> «3
Norf & West pref »0 J>o 83
North American........ ;l'i .<«% 71
! Pacific Coast 11l 10') 112
Pacific Coast Ist pref... 105 00 108
Pacific Coast 2d pref... 110 10S 114
Pac Tel A Tel *"% « 35
Vac Tel & Tel prrf OS P5 . W»
p'roi^Vp^:::::!^ '« ■ *
T 1 C C & W L pr-f "r-4" r -4 l'« 1H»
, Pitts Ft W A Chic . .17SH I«ML4 -^_
Quicksilver 3% 3 j 4
QulokJ-llver pref 5 ***■ - >a *
l:v Steol PprinR........ 40 S«i 98%
Rv Steel Spring pref... 103 100 IWA4
nLdins lit „r,.f P 90.; **^ fUifc
Heading 2d pref 100^ fW 100
Hens & Sara 200 190 —
Rock island pref M> >W «>
Rome Wat & Ogd.. l-'m- 121 124
Rutland R R Co pref... 30 25 SO
St L A 8 F C&E 1 ctfs.l4« 130 160
■ FIXJttS F . c&K 1 '■tf^ pf.H^'4 — 1 20,;
StLAS^CA-K I ctfs.new. «1 W> , "914
Roebuck «» : 155' i 1«4
! Sears- Hoebuck pref 1214 — . l'Jl
i Sloss-Sheff Ptl &■ I pref.H« . 115 l'-l
I So R R M A- O ctfs. . *64 HI Po
Tenne«see Copper M 2« -■
;•. x <<• Pa c I.d Tr 8«% M i f« T i
Third Aye It It rr > l i v * « l 4
Tol'Rys A LlKht.. 0 9 10
In Hub A: Paper. M 4 " »
lTn liaic & Paper pref.. "'" ' . r '. r ' <*'»'
Vnlted Pry Go .Is pref..io.', mo 110'j
I I'nHed cigar MfR pref.. MM IOC . 110
C 1 P & F........ -"1 20 22
I! B C IP A F pref....'o'i 70 711
C SEsprw.... 10f. 104 l»
IT B Reduc & Ref v 4v 4 5 f»*i
' IT R Re.iuc * Ttef pref. CI IS 25
tJ 6 Rubber I'd pref "7 75 (-0
Vnnrliillii R rt s!( 7.1
-Vn lion CAT M •'•« »/»
Vulcan netinnitii? pref.. 74 «0 70
Wdla Karpi> £xpr*aa...l7S 1»^ 17«
West Maryland pr"f...- •*% i;ii1 n •'!•
\v«.«tlnf!»i'»>e M'k Ist pf.il" !!'• 11««
U 1.. I £ I. R 1«» |.rof.. S'-. ■ * 10
Wheel A: I. X U.l |.r.-f - 4»; 4' ; .'.
Wis Central 66 474 ***
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
Maturing ij»10-'22.
.Turnlahed by Bwartwoul & Appenzellar. No. 40
Pine «l.)
• • ' ApprOx
Name. Maturity. Bid. Asked. >i.:ld.
!Am Cl«ar ip .. Mcli .15. mi: »* ■•''.<'* 5.^»
do «p c. iloh 15. '12.... ... !<7'a '.'N>w •'• H>
II &<i 4 |. c, Mch 10. '11-. B»S I<M» „<u.
Roth 81 Corn t» D '■• Soy 14. '.in* ini'fc .; ..i
Hi Aas pc, Mi«h 15. '13 . W»S ' ••'•"i .'•-''•
1' ii .«: n» i, -. July. r; . . ••••!'* Sti'i « •*•
c, .• <■ ,V: S i; 5 p <■. June, 'U.iod'. km** 4no
l> it »i ..i» 41;4 1 ; |. c, July. '2J..101 lie 4.15
Krin i! i) .■ Apr S. '11 \n\ 10-iU ISO
Gen Kill. 4'- pc, July, '15... '.'■'.'-.• !.»H f1.50
Hud ( •■« <1 i> ■. <». -15. it. :in 109 5 :.(»
do «l „ c Feb. M 3 • !'!• ll>*'» ■ <>>
lit It T«|> c. May. M I ....MiC 102% 3.30
i: <• n a L•«p c. Sept. M'J.. IS . JK»i i; 111
ill ;. ii .-. \i;n is, 'l.'i . . i*n«* »7 « Him
Lack St 5p Ci Mch. '15 . lifi'i luil-i mi
M.VSI. 5p c. (•".!> II . . . !>'.»'« t»ii-* MH>
NVCI, . .|». .". p .-. Nor. 'U»-". M J 4fi«>'i to 4. •_"<>% basis
N V. KHI II "> pc, I'Ml 12 U"0 miH —
SI.A: Sh' .*. pc. Jan. '11.... 100 ' 100* 4 <>>•
d. 4S p .-. I-#|.. '12.,.V »♦«% (17 ' 3 :.«mi
<i.. r, nt; Mch. '13 !i<»\ »TH 7o
SV. Ry Co 5 p c. F*b. M 3 . . OS «8 \ 5.45
Tidewater «f> <• June M3...1n1\i loi*i a 2<>
Went TATS pc. Feb. M 2.. 00 9i)*i ft no
West a&M 0p c Aug. 'a>..Un>W looH 4.23
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
A decidedly firmer tone developed In the
market for outside securities at the open
ing and speculation was fairly br.sk ana
extensive In spots. While some realizing
set In after high levels were reached. onJj
small fractional recessions were shown.
Th« copper issues were the feature, witu
the lower priced shares active. Ray ' '-n
tral. Ohio Copper nnd Consolidated Arizona
Smelting were higher, especially the firs*
named, which moved up about % on »<»}•'
Inside purchases. Nevada Consolidated, -m
ami, chlno. Greene-Cannnen and Ray <-•"!
nolldatfd firmer. United Copper. after seii
Ins at a new low record, aavanced . «.°n>
the lowest. In the industrial list **•**»«
.was quiet, with prices steady. B ,? , ds **£-
dull and about unchanged. Detailed opera
tions follow:
INDUSTRIALS.
Bales. i Open. Hl*h. lxn« *£»*•
20 Am T0bacc0... 437 437 f/ 437- fi,,
15 At A 1... 7'i [J» Ja jiii
B.COO*CaI Nat 0i1... I.">H Is£ ,HS ,3rs?
10 Dv P Pow Co..l3itH 136% IS»% »»
2.000 int Rub Tret».r ct». 23% 2&* -£« JX *
3.76o 'January 0i1... 47 is «• Jf
»*> ' June "11 40 41 *' . •»
200 May. Oil $1 4O $1 If $1 4 \* £ H
50 M Pac Lum Co. mi ■ Utt 1}» "*»
15 Standard 0i1... 625 62. «-.> °-'„
2.2<K> USL. & Heat. 1H H* J^* L *
5)0 do pref 8. 8 °.
MINING. * nr v
2.000 'Bovard Con... 2% 2$ 2j4 *,*
1.000 Braden Copper. 4«4 «V 5* 2 j
100 British Col < op 6 « * r . s .
400Butte Coallt... 19 1» '. 18 ** ■JS
600 Caledonia 1% J.* i 7i 7 „7* i
200 Canadian Mines «T4« T 4 «•* *'■ J> ;
800'Carlsa- 50 60 ?O w
4.500 Chino Copper . 10* 10% Volt ™*
3.000 'Cobalt Ontral 10% 11, - 1 "? 014
4.500 Con Ariz Smelt 2tV 2H -J* '.]
100 Davis-Daly Cop Hi Iff H* HI
7.400 Ely Central .... H « * 60 ~
S.2OO»EIy Con 60 60 **,» * 60
802 First Nat ctp.. 2** tj'» - -0
SOOGIIa Copper.... 5H ** »> S.
2.500 Glroux Il| 7% £♦ <»»
2.500 Goldfleld Con.. •% 8 '* -°
17.500 ' Green* ater . . 8£ 10 S£» 1"
1.200 Greene-Can .... Ml «* *» f£
200 Guerrero Mines. 1% 1* J?* *•*
20Gureenh Kxp..175 175- 1-- *£»
SOOHarcuvar Cop.. 3-» »4 »♦ ** .
WOHusted '.. 73, **L '* % V*,,
3<X>Kerr Lake > *]* -v 4
1.400 La Rose Con... 4£ 4/ ? j^i *
10 Mason Yal new C.\ £>*. •» 0 4
1.300 Miami Copper. . 21 T4 22 21'/. -1-*
600 «McKln-l»ar . . SO 0-' «<»,, »- 7 ,
1.600 Nev Con Cop... IS l'J 4 lf» * 1S i»
300N>vvada Smelt. \i £
1.000 Nev CM& S. « Ai * 1(> *
100 NlpissinK MCo 1O lo 10 10
16,800 Ohio Copper. .. 2% -A * £F *7
100 Pacific Smelt... % „* ? % ol *
340 Precious Metals 2H - 1 * 2^ -*
3.sOO«Rawh (oalit.. 23 24 224 --}
1.000 Rawhide Queen 2.S ' » ». "oi;,
700 Ray Central . . . 2 A -» -gr ;■»
2.3fK)Ray"Con l«*i IJH 16?4 »• ;
400 Red Warrior... \\ lit 1^ 1 »
3.500 Stewart H _^* „"» ,V
•270Tonopah 7«fc <flt Xft T »
1/KX) "Tramps Con... 5 6 • ■
OOOTularosa 1"4 1A J.^ i,J
2.«?00lTnlon Minis... 1A *» ? » i 2
1.100 Vnlte.l Cbpptr.. 4 4% 4 4 5
400 Yukon <: Minos 4 A *& 45»4 5 » 4^4
BONDS.
$5 000 Ring <enßy 6s 0O«4 W)»4 »0«4 «0 l 4
800 Con Ariz Sin 5s 40 40 40 40
5.000 D M4F I) 2d 5? 69;4 S9 l 4 894 63^
•Sells cents per share. tOdd lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
It was a good market on the Consolidated
Exchange for the execution of commission
house buying orders. Prices ruled most or
the time below the market on the New-
York Stock Exchange, the differences often
extending to as much as % of a point, me
Illness of the King of England exerted a
depressing Influence and was made much
use of by the bears. Floor sentiment was
again pessimistic, and the room traders
pounded prices assiduously. Business was
active, th* sale* totalling 119,240 shares.
with the list embracing nfty-six different
stocks. Brooklyn Rapid Transit was a firm
exception most of the day to the 5f rt * r^ 1
soft tone displayed. It was unusually ac
tive, Its aßsrepate of 6,060 shares placing v
nrth on the list as to volume, United
States Steel common was first. Reading
second. Amalgamated Copper third ana
Union Pacific fourth. Steel failed to sell
above S2^. against a high on the New \ork
Stock Exchange of 82%. Detailed opera
tions follow:
STOCKS.
sales Open. High. !/>»• Last
fa.o3oAmal Copper... $«* ••» «£
12(» Am Beet <-usaru s ar 3« 3« 35T, 33 •
20 Am ran.... . . _9% 1« *» ™
170 Am°( PP a r r&"Fdy »* SET; MU 68J»
70 Am Cotton Oil. 65 ♦»'* h4Vi «4£
00 Am ICC 24', 24«* 24% -i*>
4O Am LMfttnotlv* 47>i 4.%. 4iJ« 4i 4.
7,1*0 Am Smelting.. 7«H 7rtS 74% •••'*
220 Anaconda Cop.. 40 \<s 40% . 40 Va 4«>^
fi.-iO A T & S K....1WJ, 100". l'*H I*;**
1« Halt * ohio:::Wi: v*v* I"*'? lwg
6.0«0 Brooklyn R T.. 78H JHI . •** »»
20 Canadien Pac..is4=>i IMJI MB IPS
50«» Central Leather 41 »i 42' 3 41|* 41H
6f«> Ches & 0hi0... 83 H6 84 1-*1 -* 84"*
,r»O, r »O .Jo rights a il.i 1 . -V tr J»
50 Chicaso Gt W. 2fl*4 2t.»4 2«H -«%
660 C M & St P....138H 130?fc 137?» 13S
130 Col Fuel & 1.. .".S 3»J4 .IS 3»
SlOConsol Gas... 135 »i .135% 13T.^ "S«,
10 Corn Products. 15% 16% l- * l;jH
SO Denver & R <"• 40 40 3»% »JJ*
.7) Wist Securities. 30£ gji ?J>^ *5»
Sl'O KrlH . . ZS*S -7~» /»
140 «t North pref.. 134 134 133 133%
MO Inter-Met ->«'"» 2O"i 20 20<*
600 do pref r>4 7 4 55 f>3H MM
CO Int llfr M . pref l«!'a I 1* 1 * 1" •» I*!?
28 X C Southern.. 38H .Tl'li 32% -Jjfv»
10 Louis & Nash.. 145% 143% 14.'.% 14.'%
210 Mo Kan & Tex. 41 's 41 * 40% 41
SO Missouri P»c... **'? •«■» •«»
GtK> National Lead. 75% 7«W 74 2 jWi
00 x of mox ad if 29 7 « m 3* 2»£
00 x v Central:.. llo% 120 lls% HH^,
■i' X T onr & W.-43*4- 4.V-i 4- w: *4 4-i»
SO Kori <* West... 108* I«2'* 1^- ><'*-
170 Northern Pacl2H*i, 129 12. ■» l->*i»
780 Pennsylvania... ".lSlS 132 130% 130 ; ,
110 People 1 a 0a5...1(l7 1 i 107% 107 m%
SU Plus Coal i»S ■ ISfi ISJi J2
18.4«» R*a.Hn« I*l% 15SJI 135%. 15 >?»
•JOK.|. M 3-J«i "•■•• 3.t
1,1140 Rock Island 44'» 44"» 4;i'i 43'^
11 Ti.'O Southern Fac..124 I*-"' 1-2*5 ISlt
420 Southern Ry... --'l! 1 -t: ! A 2:.% 25*.
16.010 Cnion Pa c inc..^o% ISO 7 * 17S?, »•»%
«0 c s Rubber.... 41 41 4O'_> 4"'-
770 l' S gteel S2H 52% HO% RIJ4
80 do pref 1 1 7 • • 117"» 177 1 * H7'»
■C»r l'tah Copper... 43»» v 4;«S 42% 43
70 Va- Car Chem.. SIS .">7 T i f>«'ii « h '»
SOWabash 19% 19 7 i l»'i 1»H
1 02l> do pref... 44 44 * 42% 43
40 house Elec. .63% «3 ] 3 «13^i tK'^r
119.1M0 Total sales.
; . ■ MINING. •
1.200 Atlanta ..... -13 .13 .13 .13
200 Kelmnnt 2.00 2.l»<> 2.«> 2.o<>
600 mac Hei! 03 .»>3 <>:! .<«
lito (loldfleld Con..7.f»<» 7.t>!> 7.M 7.rM»
»xt Jiih Butler 1."' 3 .15H '31:3 1 : .Wl
400 Justloe 11 .11 -11 -1'
- 890 Mexican .... .I.3U'.i 1.32^ 1.32^ 1.38H
350 Montana SB-: Wl '> .!••» .>'»
280 Portland l<t<i I.M l"0 I.M
.MXi Silver I'ick . .to .««• -00 -O9
1.000 Tonopali Bn.. .81 -M .64 .84
' ri.Wt) Total sales.
. WHEAT. • .
275,000 July option.. sl 04"* $1 O6'« $1 04 fl 04",
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnish* •<! by Charts D. Barney & Co-. No. 25
T?V03.1 street, \V« York, and No. 122 South
4th street. Philadelphia.)
. > • l'.ld.Aiked J Bid. Asked
Am Cement. 2:4 23V1 ! L.'hlßh Xav.. 98% 04' i
Am Rv ''- 4»»i 4.". IL * Val REUIJI 11«
Cmmb Steel. 45 4.-\\ Phila Co ** 1 .-z 4!»'*
r-TT ,f XJ 73 7.V:- do pref 44 4o
VI Stor Hit SH»» • s!> Perm III! Co t.5% »u>^
Xl Co of V 11% 1'- Peon £t«-el pf.l«l 110
Fairm't Tf V 7 I Phlla Elec Co 15 v I.V,
Gen Asphalt 28 28* ! Phlla Rap Tr.lJ» .;.
do pref... 77 l i 7* Smoke WP. IS 154
ICoofX A 1» 19 l i Inlon Trac. . « 4hJ»
Lake S Corp II s ; a^fl'n Gas Imp. MM v * Ma
Jo pref... M 62 ! WVUbach Co. 4O 41
' • > •-" BONDS.
A R Cony r.B M 04 : I'hll.i Ktec 4s 7«'a 77
Fl & Peo 49 S'.t f-'^Vil f:o T.s UCtt 102**
Nj r ••'.II 53.10* 10414 1Ph11. Co 55..102 I«H
Peo P Hy 4s M t>7 I
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
. CAR TRUSTC.
Maturing i9IO-'27.
(Furnished by Swartwout & Appenzcllar. No. 40
, Pine si.)
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlantic Coast Line 4p c. l»l« »••• *"» jjf
B. It «I' 444 p .-. 1U1'» •27. i . :.••• "•> ■*>
Cent of tin 4 -j .. Pc, l«JO-"Ti •«:» 4.-
c n it of x j » i> c. vjv:-n *** ■}}**
Ch & Ohio -I pc. »>lo-'»*i ••• > *+-.
US & A 4 4' 3 9D c. lOW -1!*... 4 » IJi
c H I & 1'4!:41' c. IMO 19 5 Hi
C, li « l> 4>.-0 n ••. l'.M^-.'o •>•* 4-»
1» &II 4', pc, '22 *% •*
i:rle,4-IM.-i v... . I'.tlu IT •>'• <•*
Hock Vul 4 4', i. ••. mm "l* if* •?
Hud * m 5 d c. i»»io i*.» »'i '.*»
X <•. F3 iv ll.^i V '•• U'llf-'U *!*> 4y»
K«■ Bo 4 '» v.. '15...... • 4** i*
l--h V 4 t'- pc, 11U0 -'lt! 4'» 4'«
M.. I';i. .'. y.. lltt.. 17 •>'- i4lt
Mob « mill 4-« p i. IWIO-'l* ... -» « 4'«
X v «• l.in.n :. ■. c,;l»M'-'22 •g - 44 l *
Ni.if .V XV 4 |. o. lulu Hi . 4,1 ft,****
lVnn :t' 5 4 p c. ISM) 17 *"S «>
S 1. & 3 F 4 »'.2 5 n .-. H'l't IT. . •">'* ■»:■
do Guar A ('I l' 5 p .-. 1010 '17. . B 4%
Seaboard AI. i' * .'. p <•. 1010 'IT.. 5J4 4'»
>.. l(v :!'i- 1 Mi p •. It'll' 4*» ■; 4-»
T<:-.\ .<c r 4 '»•-.'. p c. linn Hi. - i : ■ 4%
VliKinUn I.y .-» p c. lulu 'I.! '". •">'» 4■»
Waiiash 4'ir. p 1. 1!>H» \'l .... *' » »■*
Wh ft i. 1: 4', 5 „ „. T.M - -'- » .''
; , COBALT CTOCKS. j
j (FurnliheiJ by \\'a;!>ii i;i>«i:.l A Co.. No. S5
1 , . . Broad stiett.)
i Bid A»^-.i I • 3ld.A»ke<l.
Amalgamate: :;'. .'.'•■siKfrr l^ike...y.V» ,«>7i»
Hattcy . 8% 1. \IA ROM <"«• 41)2
lli-avcr Cuua 43 .Vi'v I lltl« Nil'"* 23 al%
Hit,' six . :: ':. M. -K.nl.-. ■•• «- W'*«
Iltiif.il.. . 2ttl 278 I Nan. > Helen -.">•» .'. •■»
Cliaiub-F.r!. _'cl • * 2«*i |Nlpi«sln(t .•*■ I" 11 "
C of cobalt :'.'•'» '32 I Nova s.oiia. :>:! 35"
I Cobalt ivnt. ii a 11 kiiih'r 4" 50
Cnball t^ike M '.'f.'s il«tl-ji<- . . .*> l i «
Cbnlacai ...475 CM |p*ter»on L. .. t-I'* gH
frown Ues..'Jlf> .100 IR.uhoster ... -1 '1 tt%
Poster l»*i '.'I • Silver ■ I.ear. . 7 T » 8
<iiff..i.i . '.»»» m'« Silver • M.»r..: .7 «<> s
111 Northern S $',* >\]\cr Queen ft\ II
t;...-.i Mwl), l 3tt '«4 'iVinUkainlng. *".V 3 m\»
HarKraves. .. '.'•» 26H 'Prethewey ..U*2 123
Hudson Hny.loo His WatU An UH
Jutia liiack.. « dV»i
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN* TRADING.-Foreisn h<>J»*»
sold stocks on balance In the local m^H.
total flealin^s amountlns to 3O.CaX) shares,
of which I •" shares were sales.
BANKS GAIN CASH.-The reported
movements of currency this week > nt ";
cate a pain In cash' held by the banks of
$6,633,000. due to large receipts from tne
Interior. The banks received from the in
terior mjtOJOOO and shlppc«i to the « n?erl^
S7.oSo,r^>, inrludins; $1.1i0.t/i.» transferred
through th« Sub-Treasury to San "an
cisco and $2.706.Ci0 national- bank 3 notM
rent to Washington for , redemption. Th«
pain from the Interior was l*^ 3 **!* st'
celpt3 of new gold were $812.'*». n »i!2^[;
on New York Assay Office checks $„3.t«x\
on San Francisco Mint checks «3.'.0«>. «nd
on Seattle Assay Offlco checks* *!£**>■ Or
dinary disbursements by the Sub-Treasury
were $24,913,000. Payments fey the banks
to the . Sub-Treasury for customs, internal
revenue. 3 per cent redemption fund. etc..
amounted to $24,906.00f». showinur a gain on
Sub-Treasury operations proper of »3,0 M)
The total gain from the interior, by new
gold and on Sub-Treasury operations prop
er, was therefore $6.G35.C0).
UNITED RAILWAYS INVESTMENT —
At the annual meeting of the United naii
ways Investment Company, the *tockboW«n
approved the plan to Issue JS.OOO.<.»X> 6 per
cent twenty year convertible bonds, sub
ject to redemption at l"o on any semi
annual Interest dat». on sixty days' notice,
the bonds to be convertible at par at the
option of the holder Into common stock at
par after a date to be fixed by the boara,
hut not within two years of date of issue .
The proposal to increase the capital stork
from J00.000.000 to aMMtMI for bond con
version purposes was also approved. A
further resolution was adopted directing
that full power be conferred on the board
of directors to utilize a portion of the au
thorized but unissued preferred stock or
the company at -par for payment or ad
justment of arrears of dividends on tne
outstanding preferred stock. On any
shares of the preferred thus issued divi
dends -will accrue only from April 1 or
October 1 next ensuing from the date or
Issue. The report for 1909 chows net in
com» after nil deductions of $512.*/), an in
crease of $247,005 over IMS.
YUKON GOLD COMPANY -The Yukon
Gold Company, the stock of which is now
on an & per cent basis, reports the discov
ery of new high-grade gold ore in the
gravel beds covering hundreds of acres
which had not even been 'panned" by the
miners who first went into the Yukon. The
principal gain for the season of 1910 over
that of 1909 will be derived from th hy
draulic production. The completion of the
Bonanza extension, of the main ditch now
places water tributary to all deposits on
this creek. The main water ditch. built
by the Yukon Gold Company, la seventy
miles In length, sixty-two miles of which
were in operation in 1909. The eignt miles
completed since that time, however, are In
the- region where there have been recent!.,
located large deposits of rlell gravel ore.
GRAIN EXPORTS. — Bradstreefs re
ports the exports of grain for the week,
with comparisons, figures In bushels as
follows: Wheat, flour Included, I-*" 4 .- 07 . 0 '
against 2.059,239 last week and 1.43T90 in
this week last year. For the fiscal year
124.055.307. compared with 151.387.20t in the
corresponding year of 1009. Corn. -«*>;?'-•
contrasted with 518.811 last week and 2*8.
734 in the same week last year For the
fiscal year, 25.495.504. against 25.a42.273 in
the corresponding period of 1909.
AMERICAN SMELTING.-Earnings^ of
the American Smelting and Refining Com
pany are Increasing as a consequence or
the advance in the price of silver. It is an
nounced that 5 per cent more ore is now
being smelted at the various refineries or
the company in this country "and Mexico
than recorded a few months ago.
THE COPPER MARKET.— Producers an 1
selling agencies report a slightly firmer
tone in copper. This is due largely to in
quiries from consumers who have allow
their stocks to run low. The United
Metals Selling Company and two other
large copper Interests are out of the mar
ket on a basis of present prices.
STANDARD CORDAGE. — Frederick C.
Meacham. Raymond H. Fiero and Frank C.
Littleton have l>*^n appoints a commute**
by holders of a large number of the ad
justment bonds of the Standard Cordage
Company to act for them In the matter of
protecting their interests In the receivership
proceedings.
CALIFORNIA OIL OUTPUT- In the
month of March the oil fields of California
produced 5.5D5.745 barrels, of which the San
Joaqulm Valley well* produced 3.9.0.C00 bar
rels, the coast wells 707.000 barrels and the
southern .wells 916.745 barrels.
KANSAS CITY, MEXICO & ORIENT.-
The United States and Mexican Trust Com
pany has issued for distribution an interest-
Ing descriptive broohur^ on th^> Kansas
City, Mexico & Orient Railroad Company.
COPPER EXPORTS.— Exports of copper
for the week ended May 5 were 3,062 ton?.
Since May 1 exports were 2.422 tons, com
pared with 6.422 tons in the same time last
year. -
CONDITION OF TRADE.
Dun's Review says:
The unsettled «md apprehensive feeling
prevailing for some time past in the finan
cial markets, resulting in declining prices
tar stocks and t -«ti'ftß\«* depression for
bonds, has been allayed to some extent, al
though there has been a disappointing
check to the buoyant movement existing in
mercantile lines at the beginning tf the
year. The causes of the financial reces
sion were partly economic, partly political.
It is to be noted, however, that the effect
upon the industrial and mercantile situa
tion has been slow, and in some parts of.
the country' it was hardly noticeable. Some
improvement has occurred m nnanelal con
ditions, and to this general business Is
ready to respond quickly. The strong posi
tion displayed by the Bank of England in
consequence of withdrawals of Kold from
the United States is accontD lited by a
large sale of New York City bonds abroad
and reported sales of other American se
curities. This has broken the exchange
market, made further gold exports improb
able, and already Imparted a better tone to
the securities markets. Inasmuch is more
than usual depends this year upon the
crops, it is a matter for congratulation that
tin.- reports oi liaiiKiKt- appear to be much
exaggerated, rrfxl there is no reason for
pessimism in this respect. The April fail
ures were numerous and heavy, but the in
crease in liabilities was chiefly due to ■
few lar?:e defaults. Railroad earnings in
April increased 11.2 per cent, which is cer
tainly a gratifying exhibit. Bank clearinss
for the current week gained 11.4 per rent
over 1909 and 19.5 per cent over IMS. Fur
ther curtailment . in -i- iron production is
shown, but the United States Steel Corpo
ration, after raisins dividends and wages,
has established a preat pension funi, thus
displaying its confidence in the future. The
drrgoodji trade, while still under the influ
ence of the cotton situation. reveals con
servative strength. The foreign trade sta
tistics continue unfavorable and are arous
ing bankers and merchants to the consid
eration of ways and means »>( increasing
agricultural ! ii.n.l manufacturing
rturinpr th*> latest u«ok at 9ie«i York the
imports were $19,732,195. it $*.3)4.177 in ox
cess of the exports, and J2.101.575 in excess
of the Imports last year and $7,057,365 in ex
cess of 1905.
Bradstrcefs says:
Trade as a whole is still quiet, pending
olearpr views of crop and price outcome,
but th,ece is in evidence a rather more
cheerful feeling in agricultural sections.
«vh*>ro injury from the recent cold wave
proves to have been rather exasperated,
and the securities markets are so stronger
on the evidences of enlarging demand for
American bonds abroad. This latter devel- !
opment has ' ea^ed the foreign exchange :
market and Riven- rise to hopes that an
ticipated heavy gold shipments, forced by
unsatisfactory export trade, will be found
unnecessary Best reports a;-* to trade ,
come from the larger markets of the Cen
tral West. Northwest and Southwest.
There appear larßely based on expectations
of better weather, the feeling €t*m* while
winter wheat and. the fruit crops have been
injured, corn and oata areas have been en
larged, and that spring wheat, while nee.l
inK rain. has. on the whole, had a good
start. Winter killing, followed by drouth
am! lately by based damage, is conceded
to have "done damage to the fall sown
wheat an. caused much land to be
ploughed ut>. but this loss will be appar
ently largely repaired by the plantlnc of
an Increased are:» In corn and other sprung
sown grain. Tesaa crop reports are more
uniformly pood than lor years past while
at the South excel t in the loner Missis
sippi Valley, the feelins as to cotton is
much more optimistic than a week aejo.
Eastern trade reports are of a plight itn
i>rove~!nent at s.»m.- btrc^ markets, but of
trae>> ac ■ whole being .|ui^t and spring
results being n>t up to expectations.
Trv-'ST AND SURETY- COMPANIES.
cneportrtl by >'llr.» . Olib«Tt. .<©. 5 Wall streets
Bid. Asked.) P.|.I.A-k«-d.
lltano^ "v 1|: * •**» It-a* t•* t •"■ •.<«»•>
-Siire'V . --"' -* > i i-ncoin 110 MB
■\»iAr -..-- — : » 5 "• !«1 L* T. ::'.-> SIS
Ui.nk.r-"' . . . •"•*• ' '" j Manhnttan .. :av> 41. >
•II A M '•■ -•"■" -•*• M' 1 - in't'r .. HO
[;,. ■ilivav .. H7 '•"•• iMitrivM.r - r.".."»
ltMVWlyn .. *'■*•' • — l^' I*-1 *-- »'.,i-ul it* i«»
(«ine i. •• IM I*" "^al in .
,- «.. <-r a I^SV U0 | -Mu. Alliance -- 1024
i>niral JM.IOSO 1040 Nn.«sau ..... 17<» MS
civ lnv«"»t. 70 — |V»; -u..r\ . :«B>
do i-ref... t«" 115 X.T |. 1 * T.llm» l«l
Clt ikons' ••• '*' " n V mAS. am ?li>
„. um».n •• -»' - 1 " N V Trust.. «'4.% • CT3
rfni'wealth. 13" f — P^p!«» . ■_»« »>
Commercial. l» ••'':Uu >'• Mi* .no —
Kmpire Tr. SOil .110 (j »,ns Co . . 113 —
Ktiuital'l** .. *'** 'MM Realty Asa«. Its tO
Vl. A- T..-1..5 '■*•-' s-..,,Ur,| .... en 41.»
Klatbu^h ■• -'" t) --"'• !.-«v..y IS :.-.
Franklin .- -■-'• - ;s<> mil,- a .* T. — AIT.
rukMi .••••ss - Tiof x V.. H-> Be
FMcllty ••• J" l ' -i" Tr C<» u f Am 3»5 33s
•C,uHi»r.t> .' M «••» Union . I.CO 1373
Guardian .. ••* »S3 M'n St«te*.*r.lSS 1230
Hamilton •.. -7«» 2 V O II) > t'asualty •_•!.% _
11. .ni1. Trust- 10.** — If S M A T. 475 4>-
Hod Realty III) — IH' BTUAI Hi) 13»
Hudson .... IW »•■ \»u No.,|«-n. i.TO 240
Int nkc Cor '•'• ••* 115 I Washington. . 375 —
Kln«t« CO:.. '""• — l\Ve»ti-h#iit*r.. 130 *~ ■
Knl v *W*rboclt 3» »M iW&BTiII IN) no
Law.Mtg:.. SO 237 {Windsor .... 12» Hi
O^ERBOo^ j
*j^ V TRUST CO. $V
>* 355 Fifth Aye. 60 Broadway *
iCO West 123 th St. 3dAve*l4SSL
PROPOSALS.
'1O HOLDERS OF THOMAS i.OLLJKRT" en"
5% FIUST MORTGAGE KONUS:
L'nd*r terms of Sinking Fund, scaled t>ropo*t't
will h# received until I p. in . Tuesday, May .Tlj*
lt»IO. at the ottlca of The Pennsylvania Compact
for Insurances on Uves and Granting Asaasssi
Trustee, fir the sale to It. at the lowest prl«-«^
not »»«»e>ilr«; 102 '/» and aeCHWM Intercut. «r •«
many of sal'! bonds its $23..VW.;>> will purcha*-.
Proposals should be *<-.v!r"9<»»'l to •'. 3. W. f'Vi^.
AKL>. Fiesl<>nf. Thomaji OtStori Sinking Fuat
■'.17 rh>*tnuf ntr«»»f. Phlt-KJ^phl*. "*
RAILROAD EAPwNINGS.
GRAND TRUNK.
tnio. ir*io. v*)*
4tb w^sk In Apr. ?t.lO.Tlof> $9.V».17t $.VCIIJ
July 1-Aprll .» 3«.34<M1«> 3Z.435.0a 34.938.35J
nrmoc&unc OF MEXICO.
4th week In Apr. »^'.2.'ift.T >2«r...13.". J2!».lja
July 1 Apr!! .■?!» ♦i..--t7!.1.-4 5.911.2pt> «.50*.17j
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE.
4th aaat In Apr. it.3fln.i7S n. tar. 74* PT».«)|
July 1 April 30. 4.1.320.:«> a^.2>».29i» 37:1-4 , •
MEKI'AN INTERNATIONAL.
4th w»«>k in Apr. *_•».".. 43* $17H..->«* fI.VLMa
July 1-Aprtl 30. 7.300.402 .-.472.H3J «.1>7».*1»
MINN . ST. PAUL .* FAULT STE. MARIE.
4fh »—k In Apr. <."2T>.204 »«5«'.a2."? 1217. 10»
, July 1 April Zf>. 20.010.10.1 1 7.V. »44 &.3J4.21Q
NATIONAL OF MEXICO.
Idaawssft in Apr ?1.777.52« $1,340.1)0? U.X&.Kt,
July t-Aprll 30. 42.157.H70 40.032.0*5 2>«7,i544
TOLEDO. PEORIA * WESTERN.
4thw^klnArr. ?27.7.^ %VUWt 53204
July 1-Aprll .I" WV>.2t2 017.75H 1.035.003
GREAT NORTHERN*.
Month of April.. maT4V7n MRJII 53. 4 A.l .TO
July 1-Aprl! 3ft. 01*382.489 44.«31>«» 470S8.1«»
CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS * LOUISVILLE.
Month of March — IMP- 1300. Incr*Ma,
Mileage ' «15 «tt —
Or^r. r^vsnue... |M2.«MI $44 IW VM.tKA
Oper. expanses.. 375.711 314.1^7 6!.."C*
Total BM r-.-. JirT.l4.-. f12f!.971 S4O 174
Taxes ifii2<)<> 22.60» 4,2T>a>
Oj»r inborn" »1 ■*•>.'.••♦.'. $104,971 $35.07*
July I-Meh. 31—
Opor. revenue... f«.45&3A3 $3,923 »*> $531,443
Orver. exp*as<?9.. 2.91&.422 2.785.047 133.77*
Total net r*v. *1.330v»51 fJ.ta».3M J3J»7.<W»
Taxes lC2.li*> aMissl • ••>
Op<»r. income. »1.343.*51 $944,232 $3».3m
•Decrease.
CINCINNATI. HAMILTON * DAYTON". -
Month of March —
miv.l - . 1 ';<"> 1 an — —
Oper. mrwid $774,433 »«42.*9i $131.SV>
Oper. expenses. ftlO.Jii..'. 510.197 I<>'.CO«
X« revenue.. $1*?.«27 $i32.(WS fajiasi
Tax" 20.859 25.705 1.0»4>
Oper. Income. $13«,737 »i^f»««> $20.53T
July 1-Mch. 31—
Op«r. revenue... ?7,074..t04> $.%.»9':.i^2 $1 "7* 'J.rr
Oper. expenses. 5.382.^*7 4.%t0.90«5 372.&50
Net revenue.. $1.^1.412 $1.t5«?.1.V. $503,257
; Taxes atM 227.3.18 8.321
i Op»r. income, f1.4%733 $9.*A7S» $496,935
W-ABASH-PITTSBURC; TERMINAL.
Month of March —
Mileage «3 «3
I Oper. revenue.. $56.50:5 $00,013 SA.4^9
Ocer. expenses 45.722 * 73» 4.ft«l
Net op. rev.. 9sV.ni 274 SUE'S
Taxes &<XH> S.^JO 95>
Op»r. in.'om.. ft.7«U> $3,37* $1 4i«
July I-Mrn. Sl—
Orrr. revenue.. J.ir.'.fiTff SZjn.ZZn SZ.X*3
Oper. ejt[.er.=,<»s.. Slu'.."!!! 3a."..Ma »t4l
Net op. rev.. 1177.155 *17-l.4«» * 2 -^S.
Tain ' sstsai 54.10 ft *1.3 a»
Oper. income. $124,353 $12t>.2C0 $4.0t»4>
•D*cr#as».
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE * ST. PAUL.
Month of March-- __«__■
Gross earnings. IS.TM.JOT $.-.f*U.o.<:2 «"»•*»»
SSxp. and taxes. ;',.T"7,".'W 3.14&.<€2 55T.WT1
Net earning $2,056,304 $1,915,920 $170. 1 >34.
Gros/ ("arn'inits.'H 1 $*.%.« 13, 3CjO $2.651.<'^9
Exp. an! taxes. 35,22J>,«)84 30.872.252 4.Ma<vJ3
N-t earning 5 .5137265,285 $15,141,04* •*1,575.7 I VI
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CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE * PUGET —I .Ha
Aug. t—
March. March 'ii .
Gross •amines $1.0u4.50r» |«.»O.nOI
Expenses and taxes 382.059 3. 413.. 43
Net earnings $442.!«* $3.435,f>c«
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Frederic H. Hatch * Co.. No. M
Broad street.)
STOCKS.
r>iviaen«x. Bid. ABXt*u
Am Bra*. S4 T Mar » » ft»
Am Brake 34 F --Q-M 7 12S 130
Am«rlcan Brass Q-J S 12»» I^3
American Chicle ...MoAE.- 12 219 223
American Chicle pf....QJ ♦$ 102 !«»
Am Dtst Tel of N J Q-J 4 43 CO
Am Coal Products Q-J 6 84 Wi
Am-rican Press Q J4Ex 8 »3 1M
\m-ri.-an Thread pf. ..-JxJ - 8 ♦*». '8'»
Am Typo Found deb M&N1926 •> tOO —
Am Type Found new. .>i*Nlo3» 6 39 WO
Am Type Founders JAJ 4 H ♦■
Am Type Founders pr. .Q-J 7 100 103
Babccck * Wllcox Q-J 7 lot 1"*
Barney & Smith pf — 95 I<*
Bcrden'9 Con.i Milk PF&AEx — ll* lt«
B«r<!»'> Cond Milk p!- -Q-M « 103 **•
I>u«h Terminal — 8© —
Central Fireworks — 5 V* '
Central Fireworks pf - . — 39 «
Conn Ry & Usht Q-F 4 78 "*
Celluloid Q-J(tEx 8 127 13w
X I dv P de Nemours.. ■ 7 134 138
F IduV de Xem pC...Q-J 3 85 SS
Emnlre Steel & Iron . — T V>
Empire Steel * Ir-n pf — 75 85
Hall Signal common. — 40 45
Hail-Mar, in — 30 4»
International Nickel — 1-" —
International Nickel pf.Q-F 6 90 •♦
International Silver — 80 —
International Stiver of .Q-J •. * IW 111^*
Klrby Uuralitr. - • — 10 1*
Kirhy LllWtlsr pr — 4<> «>
Kings Co El I. * P...Q M • 117 123
Lackawanna Steel — — 4» +3
Nat Cash Register pr. . J4J t 117 123
Nlles-Bement-P Q-M 6 100 1011
Xl lea -l>m*nt Ppf Q-F « »■ WJ
Otis Elevator... A,tO 2 S3 6«>
Otis Elevator pret Q-J • 94 "*
Old Dominion S S J4J « V* 11*
Paetflo lias &El — — 33 !**
Pacific Gas *El pf. Q-J • M M
riwips. D& Co . — 200 2*O
Pop* Manufacturing; .-. ■. — (v> «■*
Pope MfK pf — _ & M
Pioducers* Oil QM •» 143 150
Pratt a* Wnttmtif pf . ...Q-P « t'* M*
Royal Bat Powder Q M*K« « 19»> —
Ro\al l!ak Powder pf -Q-M « 107 H ")
Safety C:t a L Q MMEa » M t|f
?en-^en Chiclet •• -— — 12? 1" .
standard Coupler -- — 2 &
Standard MlliinK C 0.... — 18 W
Standard Milling Co pf.AAO 3 ■»? m
Texas Company «-M 12 IPO 195
Texas & raelftv.Coal. . . . Scrip « 95 lt»
Tr«T.tca 1'..t:.-rl-» — «> "T>
Trenten FVtterls* pr«f • — - - «*
Trenton Pet fn,>^ ctfs..JAJ 4 *>. TO
Trow Directory — i^ 25
fnlcn CasMSJ — *5 99
Xnion Ferry Q-J 2 »> 33
rsiea t. p. «.■ — II <><
fnlon Typewriter '«■ pf.A*O ' ttO 115
raise Typewriter 2d l>f Va:'' » M 113
United Bank Xot-? Q-J '.:« 42 *7
lr.ileil Hank Note of . . -Q-J ■? ♦<» !<»
r s Flnishinß ♦ I 'l n>> lIW
I* S 1 ■ inishtng pf U J 7 llt> 113
I'.S Finishing l^»t JAJ t»l!> 5 I«V> 105
r s Finishing cons JJfcJ ISSi 3 9.*. I<V>
t> S Motor com .—. — — M !»
r I Motor si .- — <»♦--.
VirKinia Katlway — M 2*
West Pa.-tft.- — »> 23
Waal Pow«r — ■ 31
West Power pf r— — » Oft
BANK STOCKS.
«Keported by Cllrton Gilbert. .No. 2 Wall str»*t.>
Bit. Asked. i BM. ISlHal
Atnrrica ... «•-•<► — Irrrtavj N E. 200 210
Am E*rh... 2«» 2»5 I Jefferson ... — 173
Audubon N. •■ 114 i Üb^rty «23 —
,1-;tni Nat.. 17* IS* ILlmoln 4«»> 423
isronx a* . 3-V — IMannat Co.. XTi 34»
Hronx Nat.. 1S» 21'» «Vt .* Ful. . 2R5 -•»
ISattrry •*< •■ 130 MetropulJs .. 3BS 4H>
llowery . . 373 — I.Veoh AM N 9>l 27«>
Hutch 1 D. 1*» I*"' |M#rcantil# ... J*» it«
i;.-*«nt Pk. ' IRS l«< I Metn>polltan. .-.»» —
C«al it IN. 130 »»^" ! Merchants" . 173 l^t
Century ... »70 175 Merchants' G Hit* . ITO
Chase . 4-'«» 4t— [ Mount Morris 2i!lV —
Chatham .. .T.T» 339 Mutual 3M» »
rhenil- ai .44.^ 4.-V Nassau 2** —
CM c»»« V- l«» l« '■ v-<v -'< !!-'■>' l<« tin
City 9M 4*" l I New .SVthT.J 21(> ■»*>
Ch*laca Ex. aaa - IN v v 15 A. ::.'' 023
rouu»i*ree .. •_1C 21l» IN V iYhi»«v. ■>«> —
Colonial ... SIM — |lOt^ War.l. .. — 373
Cf.Kmbla . . 33» .14 » XlKfit « l iav 223 '—
Corn Ksch. .TJ» 323 Xor X*' ;.. - 105
Fast Hlver.. 113 I-."- l-aotfio ~V* 24*
FlilPllty ... I* 173 Iran 44» 43t>
First Nat.. !*"»» '.'-' I People's .-. . . ■_•:«» .h> .
Ffth Nut... aw 3M |l>n«nlx *■ I 21d
Fifth A»».~42W «r>«»l tPUiza «CT» —
Fourth Nat. MR ■.""•> ; y, educe Kx. 17<» '.<»#
llrh Street. ISO If-". |sj,»Tm»»n ... 1.T3 —
Oalla'ln ... 39« :MKV | <r»i« ... ... 3<V» —
Oarfleld ... 2!*> :!'»■> (fi» C t>nd tut —
»:«-rnian-.\!.i l««» ,130 I state ...:... 273 "«»a
I'.frrnan Ka «• i-.«t|, War.i - HO
Ormanta .. .V» 57.% -,•;(,) Ward... 14 |> -r
Octoain Xat t"-> — 1 n!<m Kaea. l*» 133
Of*wnsM| . '£*> 2ir. |\vs»i, nts 27% —
tlanmer ... «:a> «45 i \V«st side... «.-.-> —
Ini;. i Tr.. Jes "7.'< ! York v lll* ... 300 —
CHICAGO STOCKS. "
AmerKan Can v>\ ; Maaaajal Match lot
Jo pr^ f 71'».lUlnot* nrtck 73
An.,r Kadiat >r...'ru> Mc«'rum-H<»««it 37
Amer T & T. I'M 1 * (Quaker O»ts ..MB
Am Shipbuilding.. 7l» l » do pr-'f . * *103^4
P.. Hi Fisheries ... 34"*, Street' ■ Stable C*. '.'. M
3?* i ■tel .... ><.. -»wtft a C 0... ..104^
Corn Products.... WHi HoxhoaM B f ■;.:;: : *
Com Edison 113 , STouth Bids BM M
en pimu Tool n Nor* wi.taa I*
Q» Title & T 130 I «^pm«^ "" IS

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