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Edward B. Smith & Go
Bankers
Members New' York aoi Phtljulfiphia
Stock Exchacgw
Investment
Bonds and Stocks
Philadelphia New York
Plinfl & Chestnut Ets. • 27 Fin* Street
INTERNATIONAL NICKEL
COMMON, PREFERRED & RIGHTS
BOUGHT A MM
FREDERIC K. HATCH & GO.
l>e«l*rs In "CnUirtrd ana Inactive Securltic* of
K-Ulrn&ds and Other Corporations
In ih» Ignited State* and El*ewh*r«. •
30 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
T>l 5140 to M.73 Broad. Inclusive. _
•Eranch Offlc*. £0 CONGRESS £T BOSTON.
TH^rhcn^. 2540-2541-2542 Fort Hill.
riif«t<» x-VrbnTi^ betirwn >.>•*■ York ana Boston.
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
BANKERS.
11. ■..". 15. 17 ANT) 19 BROAD ST.
MFMBKR.* K. V. STOCK HANOE.
STOCKS .--• -; BONDS boußht and Fofd for In
vestor? or Carried on liberal terms.
BwrUinjr Arc<nmt«> received subject to check
■*. BJSt Interest paid on daily balances.
IXVKSTSIEXT SECURITIES.
LETTERS OF CKJEMT
Is»-jpd Available the World O^•«r.
COMPARATIVE TABLE.
New York City Banks and Trust
Companies for past year showing
Capital, Surplus, Deposits, Book
vaiue. Earnings, Dividends and
Quotations mailed on application.
CLINTON GILBERT. *.
. g WALL ST.
1852 1910
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
TO TTall St.. "New York
■EMBER!) INVESTMENT
Jf. Y. t-TOCK EC. BONTJS
WKITE FOR INFORMATION
ON THE
PORCUPINE GOLD GAMP.
WARREN. GZCWSK! « COMPANY
jrFM I TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE,
>"EW "iORK. 2S RRO.U> ST. TORONTO.
Ofßc*>s connected by direct -wire.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
CITY & SUBURBAN KOBE'S GO.
.15 IVEST turn ST..
New York. May 20. 1910.
At a. of the Board of Directors
Void this day a dividend of TWO PEK CENT..
T>ayeM<» out of the n?t earninjrs for the SIX
MONTHS ending April SO, 1910. "was declared
on the capital Ftock Issued of this company.
v.n/l ordered paid on June A next to stock
"ho!d*-r6 of r^oord on that date.
ISAAC N. KEUGMAK. Treasurer.
nF.U.TY ASSOTL%TES.
376 ■Rfrosen £v. Brooklyn, N. Y-. May 23. 1910.
DIVIDEND NO. 15.
THE EOAia> OF DIRECTORS has this day
teclar^rl the regular ml annual dividend of I
■prr <^v\. on the cariia) stock of the company.
j-b» »*.':*• out of the for th<> fiscal year.
.Mjiy 35. ISIO, 10 Ftockholders of record at th©
«-l"se of tusinesx 3 x>. m., " :;-.=dav. July sth.
W\(K HENRY A. FRET. Treasurer.
"BROOKLYN "RATID TRANSIT COMPANY.
- New York. May 12th, 1910.
The Board of Directors baa this day de
rltred a quarterly dividend of one and one
<juart*r per centum on the c^rjital stock of
this Company, payable July Ist, l«10. 10 Mock
r"-IJ*T«i of ri-cord at the close of business on
Thursday. June 3th, 1810 .
C. D. MENEELY.
% S*r T p\zry and Treasurer.
MEETINGS.
AMERICAN CAB ANT* FOUNDRY CO.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
The stockholders of Ifaa American Car ana
Foundry Company are hereby notified that the.
■rrular «.nnuaJ me*-tins ol the stockholders of
Mid Company will be held at Its offices. No. 243
*U-»tshlntrtoa Str^t. Jersey < - ;iv. New Jersey.
Thursday. June 3". 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, for
tba purpose of el«v-lin^ ■ Board of Directors and
transß-ctinp nirh other I taiawaaj as may be rrop
•■rlv brrvug-ht belore the me«tins
WII H. HAGER, Secretary.
SHE ANNUAI/iTEETTXG OF STOCKHOLD
ors of the United PtateF Elrrirtc Lighting
«"ompany for the election of directors and the
Transaction of such *>th»r bUßineps as may be
Vrcucrit ..-.- _ will >>» held at
tvjf oftirf. oT the company. No. 165 Broadway.
*V*w- TorU <""!ty. on Tuesday. Juri<» 7th. 1910.
-■ 12:*>» D*«aock nnon., The polls will be
ci^v.l «t "nalf-ra"^ iwelv* in the afiernoon.
Xpw York. May "3. 1910.
W. i • ESFELSTYN. F-<T^tarr.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.— Money on call opened
«t S jrr r*>ni: Mehest, IV per cent: lowest,
S pier rrnt: closing; S l^ per cent; ruling
Tat<=. " per rent. Time money was slightly"
trmer. Rates, r. 3^ per cent for sixty days.
?^» / 54 for ninety days, 4 per cent for four
«nd five months. +C4 I .i for six months, V4M
i , for over the year. Mercantile paper
■was in -••: demand. Rates, 4' - l .vj."i per "cent
for sixty to ninety days* Indorsed bills re
reivabie, 4^<a;>\i for choice four to six
months* single names, i» 3r3 r for others less
well known.
FOREIGN* EXCHANGE.— The foreign
rxi-haiipe market , opened steady with
• shir- quoted at 4.55103J4.5515. demand ster
line at 4.57U-54.5760 and sixty-day 1 ills at
4-*[email protected](3Q. Short francs were easier on a.
further rise in sterling at Paris, being
Rioted at 5.1S S4S 4 plus 1-32. 'while short
rrichsmarks hold around 951-16 plus 1-22.
The market continued to advance in the
Eftrrnoon. scoring a maximum gain of "*4
cent from the opening level. Cables v.e«>
quoted at •4.tei 4 4j4.85:'/!. demand (sterling at
- 67^.Ca4.PTW) and sixty-day i n .■ at 4.M30®
A *-i4O. Short francs were quoted at S-IS B^.
cr>d short rri<-)i^marks at 95*16 less 1-32.
There was an a< tive demand for remittance
""hich rradily absorbed fairly larpe offer-
Iriss of security bills.
Bankers' ported latcs follow:
Sixty la: *. 3>inan<i.
fcl«rims . 4.XT. ifsi,
Ofrmanr. rtkatmJirks ....... 1»4"5i :«."'- A
rsrif-. franc* 6.^iJ ."■ IT'-s
B'-'.rterr'- francs j,._ .'•_••. .Vis*;
£»i-7,*r'an<l. francs 6.20H .r-.174. r -.174
a*lifLnd. guilders . _ i« 40**
"DOMESTIC • EXCHANGE.— Boston, par;
«'"hicag'o, par; San FVancisco. sight be pre
mium, telegraph 8c premium; New Or
"jea-ns, commercial 25c discount, bank 51
■premium; Charleston, buying par, selling
i-K>c premium; St. Louis, 10c premium bid,
T-V premium a>kr-d, Minneapolis, 60c pre
mium; Savannah, buying 3-16 c discount,
telling par.
BANK CLEARINGS. — New York, ex
changes J152.651.0W. balances «7.«K.159; Bal
timore, exchanges $4,362,899, balances $T>42,
"625; Chicago, exchanges Ji7.253.222. balances
52.197.a05: Boston, exchanges $16,467,771. bal
ances $1,KK,295.
SILVEK MARKET.- Commercial bar sil
ver. iß%c; Mexican silver dollars. 44c. Bar
«lver In London closed at Zi 13-1 Od, un
changed.
GOLD PREMIUM-— ln Madrid, €.95; Lis
bon. 3O.?0.
MEXICAN BXCHAICOEL — Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at I' ('lN-
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
London, Slav 23.— Consols were 7-16 higher
£t K«V1« for money and 82 7-16 for account.
Anaconda was >* higher at £9^4. Canadian
Pacific vas 2 i*>ints lower at 90% and
Grand Trunk was * 4 lower at Sl'S*.
Money was dearer. The Income tax col
lection «,.jn«--<i to Impoverish the. market
and FT*»C€F*--ltaT«»<l borrowing from the Bank
cf England. Discount* were firmer.
Riusia and India secured most of the
half million South African gold available.
The stock market was active and ilrm
under the lead of Investment securities.
Consols rose 7-1$ on prospects of gold Im
ports from France owing to the rise in
Parts checks. Home' rails, Mexican rails
end. India stocks Improved H to 1 point.
Paris bought some favorites, and this
]r:!«-1 the cheerfulness, but speculative
isFUf-s eas«*3 off during th*» afternoon on
realizations prior to the pettlement. '.
American securities opened '4 to 4
higher on the pood American bank state
ment, but rased off on realigns. During
the afternoon the market showed some
fcprftation, but later developed weakness
tinder New York ottering! and closed r-asy.
Call mr.ney In London, 3^-54 per c«*nt;
open market discount rat« for short bills, i
£"i per cent; long bills, :>V}S".. pe~ cent;
Berlin discount rate. 3% per cent; Paris
discount rate. ZVs per cent; Paris exchange
on London, 25 francs 21^ centime*; Berlin
«>:rhßnge on London. 20 marks £2 pfennigs.
Bar EOid. 77s M. American eagles. 7«>s sd.
Paris. Hay 23.— Three per cent rentes
closed z-*. «»itlraes lower at 5? franca S2*4
centimes. Prices on tie Bourse wan firm. !
:• .-.. May 23.— Prices on the Boerte
met lower 00 realizing. t
STOCK PRICES SHL OFF ON ! LIGHT VOLUME OF BUSINESS
NEW .YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— MONDAY, MAY 23, 1910.
bh'rs I Net i ' '•"" \ [ Actual Sales. I Closing.
sold, Ichgej " f Op.l Hl.|Low!Finl|Bid.|Ask
13,050!— l"i 'Amalgamated Copper I 71% 73 70-% 70% 70% 70%
in.}— % American Beef Sugar 37 37 37 37 36% 37%
100 American Can 10 10 10 10 9% 10%
400+34 American Can pr •.... 74% 74% l 74% 74% 74 74%
»»;— C American Car & Foundry. 62 j62 62 62 .61% 62%
I^o + % American Car & F. Pr 11374 11574 115' i 11574 11574 116
Sno American Cotton OH.. 64 64 63% 63% 63 64
300 —»4 American Hide & Lea. pr. 35% | 35% 34% 1 34% 34% 34%
100 American Ice Securities.... 25%! 25% 25% 25% 25 25%
S<X>— % American Locomotive 49*,; -491; 49 49 48% 49
5 American Locomotive pr... 110 110 110 110 105 ■ 110
ID.S.V)— I% American Smelting \ Sl% 51% 80% 80% 80% 80%
JWj 4 % American Smelting pr ! 105% 1 105% ! 105%' 105% ! 105 10SU
» 140 4% American Steel Foundry... F«%'66% I 56% 56 -! 56 J 56' 2
IW— % American Sugar* 123% 123% 123% 123% 123 123%
Bn)\— 14 American Tel. & Te1.....".. 136%!U6>i136% 136% 136% 136%
3<X>' — M American Woolen -.. 35 135 135 35 , 35 I 35%
200]— «i American Woolen pr 100%! 100% 100 100 100 100%
■ I.SOOj-1 Anaconda 44 144 I 43% 43% 43 43%
I "-1 Atchlson * 11074 111% 110% 110 110%
*v»— l lAtlantic Coast Line '. 124 124 123?; 123% 123 125
1,450'— % Baltimore & Ohio 114% 114% 113% 113% 113% 113%
loo,— % j Baltimore & Ohio pr <»0i 4 ! 90*>; 90"4 9014 90 191
S,S24|— % 'Brooklyn Rapid Transit 8214! 82% 81% 81% 81% 81%
!.»•>_ % Brooklyn Union Gas 149 149 149 149 148 149
3K)j + % Brunswick 11% 11% 11% 11% H%! 13
4.300'— 11% Canadian Pacific 196 1196% 194% 195 195 11951;
1.100;— 1% Central Leather... 42%! 42% 41% 41% 41% 41%
100+14 Central Leather pr 108 10S 108 108 107% 10S%
£,4.V>s— 14 Chesapeake & Ohio I 87%. 5S 87% i 87% 87% 87%
MO] +i^ Chicago & Alton I 46% 46?; 46% 46% 46 46*4
4W— Chicago Great Western.... 28% 1 '28% 27% 27% 27% 27%
300—184 Chicago Great Western pr 52% 52%! 52% 52% 51 53
4,Wi—m. Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul... 140% 140% 139& 139% 139%
B»|— % Chicago & Northwestern... 153 153 153 153 151?; 152%
MO 42 Chicago, St. P.. M. & 0.... 150 150 150 150 145 150
::..■■_ xi Chicago Union Trac j 314 3";4 3 3 2 3
■MM Tit Chicago Union Trac. Pr I 8 8 ■ 7% 7% 6% 7»»
3CiO c.. CC & St. L 85 85 85 85 85 85%
S,X>_7^ Colorado Fuel & Iron 38% 38% 38 38 38 SS%
200— 14 Colorado & Southern. ...... 60% 60% 60 60 59%' 60*4
30!>— % Columbus* Hock. C. & 1.. 7% 7% 714 7*4 6 I 7%
3.500—3 Consolidated Gas 141%142\4140 140 1140UJ141
2oo|_ corn Products Refining.... 16% 16% 16% 16% 16% 16?;
100+% Delaware & Hudson 173 173 173 173 172 174
1,520 — % Denver & Rio Grande 41% 41% 41 41 41 41%
■d _ — . Denver & Rio Grande pr. . 80% SO%! 80%! 80% .80 81
300]— s^ Distilling Securities 31' SI i 30% SO% 30 31
10) Duluth, S. S. & At ,15% 15%! 15% 15% 14« 15%
700—1,; (Erie Ist pr 47% 47%! 46?; 46% I 46? i ! 47
300—114 Erie 3d pr 3T% 37% 36 36 I 35%! 36
10 . General Chemical Co. pr... 102 102 102- 1102 '101 105
SOO General Electric Co 150%' 150%: 150%, 150% 150 150?;
2, *joo— % .Great Northern pr 137 137 1357 i 135; 8 135741136
100 + U Great Northern Ore ctfs... 64 64 «4 !64 63% ' 64%
200— miinois Central 136 136 136 136 135%1136%
md—% Inter.-Metropolitan 21. 21-20% 2"% 20% 20?;
2.400'— 7 i Inter.-Metropolitan pr 66% 56% 5.V ! st" 55% !56
3,203— % International Harvester....! ?S?; 99 95%! 98% 98% 98%
12S! +1 International Harvester pr 122 122 122 122 122% 123
fif.ij_lU ! International Paper pr 52«4 5244 61 51 49 151
;ion;_ % mternaticnal Steam Pump. 48% 45% 48% 45% 4SV4. 1 45%
380!—% lowa Central ' 21.! 2114 1 21% a%*i2o% 21%
30O|— '4 lowa Central pr \4O ) 40% 40 | 40">g 40 ' 40";;
1.^,0 — % T^aclede Gas ..1104% 104%f104 104 1037s 104
100 Lake Erie & Western pr...f 52 |52 j52 152 50 !53
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. fQp da>% (|hawg compared
Sh-rslNeti ~ 1 Actual Sales.. jCloslngT shares for the corresponding day In 1909.
Bold, chse jff- HLl*^ Ftal Bid. Ask. Total sa^ January ±tQ May lncluslve# TC<663i340 shares ,
wHo jr^giyh r ationai::::::::::::.1iss lISS ISS lilt \lsklk compared with 7r.704.104 shares for the same period In 1903.
FINANCIAL MARKET
Sterling Exchange Near Gold
Shipping Point.
The elimination of the short interest
in last week's advance in stocks encour
aged a resumption of operations for the
decline in yesterday's market- as soon as
it became plain to the ordinary specula
tor that recent improvement in prices
and bull advices Bent out by many brok
ers in their weekly letters had failed to
attract a public demand for securities.
General news from the agricultural sec
tions of the country, the course of the
commodity markets and the increased
strength of bank reserves at this centre
were in favor of the advocates of higher
quotations, but they were not effective,
however, in bringing enough buyers into
the market to offset the efforts of bear
traders to force stocks to lower levels.
Declines nevertheless were confined to
small figures until the late trading, with
the heaviest losses among the prominent
shares — in Amalgamated Copper, Ameri
can Smelting. Union Pacific Reading, St.
Paul and Southern Pacific. Transactions
were light in most parts of the list, and
the stocks named, -with United States
Steel, supplied about three-quarters of
the total dealings, which were not accom
panied by any indication of a revival of
outside interest either in speculative or
investment business, commission houses
reporting an almost total lack of buying
of this character. Traders as a rule are
wedded to the bear side of the market,
though they show considerable caution in
their operations, and at the moment
there appears little chapce of a material
change in their attitude until .something
develops to bring buyers into "Wall
Street. Weakness was more pronounced
in the last hour of business than at any
other time in the day. Missouri Pacific
was the only important issue that showed
strength, its advance bringing forth a
rumor that a dividend would be declared
on the stock, though in well informed
quarters it was thought the advance
had been engineered to make a more at
tractive market for the convertible
bonds.
The position of the New York Clear
ing House banks, as disclosed by Satur
day's statement, is far stronger than
reported a few weeks ago, the excess of
loans over deposits having declined to
unimportant figures, while material im
provement has been brought about in
cash and surplus reserve holdings. Un
certainty over the course of affairs in
the rest of the year, uneasiness over
speculative loan accounts outside this
city and the inflation in various lines of
trade and speculation have been impor
tant factors in inducing our bankers to
reduce loans and to increase reserves,
and as a consequence of this policy the
financial situation at this centre has
been strengthened substantially at the
beginning of a season when the needs of
I the general business community may.
make heavy demands upon bank re
sources. Moreover, it is not improbable
that at no remote time the federal Treas
ury may come into the market for money
in spite of gradually increasing revenue
receipts. IX liquidation in the commodity
markets continues and if the land specu
lation in the West returns to a safer
basis additional strength will be' injected
into the monetary situation, while with
lower prices for commodities our export
trade will expand, a movement of which
the country is sorely in need.
Sterling exchange was strong yester
day and not far from the gold shipping
level, the advance being encouraged by
the difference between money rates here
and in London, and doubtless to some ex
tent by manipulation by interests that
expect to become sellers of exchange
against" Bales of American railroad bonds
to Europe. As high as 4% per cent was
paid for call money at the British capital,
compared with a high of 3*£ per cent
here. While sterling rates were .strong
and reflected an absence of offerings
against bonds sold abroad, Paris ex
change on London moved in a manner
that apparently indicated the near com
pletion of the international financing for
the account of some of our railroads.
Exchange in Paris on London is at the
gold exporting point, and it is generally
believed that ehipmentF of the metal
goon. will be made from the Frenqh capi
tal in connection with the sale of Ameri
can Bonds at that centre on the eocalied
triangular operation, which .will make |
London the beneficiary of tht transac- 1
"NFAV-YOKK DAILY TRIBrXE. TUESDAY, MAT 24. 1010.
Sh'rsJNet i '. < ' '. ".) Actual Sales. (Closing.
sold.lchse (Op.|Hl.|LowlFlnl|Bid. Ask
m -14 Louisville & Nashville 147>i M 7% 147^ 147 •_ M7»i j|gs
80 Manhattan Elevated 134 IS4 ■ 134 134 133 I*s*'*
3,600—% Mo.. Kansas & Texas 43V4 1 43ii! 42>A! 42^ 42U M
15.500 +1 Missouri Pacific 72V»| V3^| 72^j 73 | 72', .3
100—% National Enam. & 5tp..... 20W 30U, 20% 20*,& 19»4 22,.
SCO— £ National Lead 79U 79U 79*4 79U 1™ 2«?
100-% National of Mexico pr...... 67**6 7% 67*4 67% &>*s Ms
300 . National of Mexico 2d pr.. 2914! 29V4 29Vi| 29% 253-i 29
2,350— Va. Nevada Con. Copper.: 21l£ 21% al4 a 5 -* -— —
6,400!- % New York Central 121% 121?; 120% 120% 120? i 120 : 8
200 -1.. New York, Chi. & St. L... 61% 62 61% 62 61 *■' .
2,600—% New York. Ont. & West... 47% 47% 46% 46% <$*■ **$
1,000; — % Norfolk & We5tern. ........ 104% 104% 104% 104% 104 104
230 +% Nprth American............. 74% 74% 74% 74% 74 .4%
2.150 -1% Northern Pacific 132% 132% 131% 131% 131 , 131%
300 Ontario Silver 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% , 2? B
300 41 Pacific Coast 112 112 112 1112 112 114
200-%- Pacific Mail 27*4 27V4 26% 26% 26% 27
13,100 — "44, Pennsylvania Railroad 135% 135% 134% 134% 134% 134-^i
200 — % People's Gas & Coke 10S% 10S 108 107% 108
?£5 +14 P., C.. C. ■& St. L 101% 101% 101% 101% 101',i 101
400 + V Pittsbur? Coal 20*+ 20^i 20% 20% m 20'«,
100 +1 Pressed Steel Car BPV 39?; 39% 39»i 39»4 39%.
400:— XL Pressed Steel Car pr...:... 99 99 95% 95% $$ 99
101 — Pullman Palace Car 16014 160V4 16(«4 1-50*4 160 162
111.7(X)-2 Reading •....'....-... 166U 1663; 1«% 164% 16«4 164%
15 Reading Ist pr : 90% 90% 90% 90% 90% 91%
200-1 Reading 2d pr . . . ...... ...... 103 103 102% 102% 102 103
• $00 +% Republic Iron & 5tee1...... 34% 3514! 34% 34% 34- 35 1 *
WO!— % Republic Iron & Steel pr... 58 98Va 97% 97% 97% 95%
8,300-1% Rock Island... 45% 45% 44*4 44Vi 44"* 44%
100— Rock Island pr 89 F9 SO 89 S9 90
3001— % St. I^ouis &S. F. Ist pr. . . . 67 67 67 67 6«% 63
100 _ St. Louis & S. F. 2d pr 48% 48% 48% 45% 48% 49
1.500} +% St. Louis & Southwestern. 32 32%! 31% 32% 32% 32*4
2,630 + % St. Louis Southwestern pr. 75 76% 75 I 75% 75% 76
200 I+4 Sears-Roebuck 163 162 162 162 165% 162
14,400 -J% Southern Pacific....' 1*7% 127%|126% 136% 126% 1|6%
3,000—1; Southern Railway 27V 4 27V 26%! 27 1 26?; 26',i
1,200 — Southern Railway pr 63% t 63% 63 63U1 63 63V 4
. 100—1 Tennessee Copper 27*4 27*.; 2714 27^4 27*4 28
1,500 +% Texas & Pacific 33% 33*4 33 33 ■ 32% 33
400 — % Toledo. St. L. & West. pr. . 64% 64»; 63% 63Ta «3% 64« 8
' 100-1% Twin City Rapid Transit.. 11l 111 111 111 111 112
300—2 Union Bag & Paper pr |60 60 60 60 60 165
45.000 -2 Union Pacific 185% 185% 183% 183% 183% 183%
800 Union Pacific pr 95% 95% 95 95 94% 95
110 +%, United Dry Goods pr 108% 108% 108% 108% 108 « 4 108%
200 — _ United Ry. Investment pr. 63 63 63 63 63 64
400 + % U. S. Cast Iron P. & F 21;4 22% 21% 22% 22 25
500— 1- U. S. Realty & Imp 76 76 76 76 76 77
300:— % U. S. Rubber 42 42% 42 42*>i 42 43
200 — % U. S. Rubber Ist pr 112*4f112^f11214i112^ 112 112%
117,400!- % jUnited States Steel 84% 84% I 83% 53% 83% 83%
3.5001— % Unired States Steel pr..... 118% 118% 118*4 US',; 118 11S%
2400—1 Utah Copper | 47% 47% 46% 46% 46% 46%
3.<v»oi_ ■% Virginia-Car. Chemical 61 1 mi, 60% 60% 60% 60%
£Ooi_% Wabash 21% 21% 21% 21">4 20?; 21V4
2,700—% Wabash pr .'. 47% 47% 46% 46% 46% 47
7751—% Western Maryland 4-$% 48% 48 48 47 45%
3,10 4% ! Western Maryland pr.;.... 71 71 71 171 70% 72
100 _ 1", Western Union Telegraph. 68 68 68 <$ 68 ] 68«4
100 — I Westinghouse Mfg 65 65 65 65 64 i 65
I'oO— % Wheeling & Lake Brie 47* 4% 4% 4% 4 I 5
— 1% i Wisconsin Central 53% 53% 63% 53% 151 53%
I I I « I I ! I
tion, owing to the hlg-her money rates
there and to our adverse position in for
oicrn trade. Sterling in Paris has ad
vanced 5 centimes in two days, a move
ment quite unusual in that exchange
■market.
BOND MARKET ' SALES.
«100 Argentine .*«? 96^1 n<V>o Int Pap .101%
6<\<o N V C 4Vs 101 X C So 35... 73
1957 I*ls 1000 do 6s 101
1«00 do 1917 102% 1000 L S & M So
6<tCto do Ht2' 2 Deb 4s P29i
60<KV) do 4«4s EtB.lOlH 5000 do 4s 1931.
ICOO do 4s 1b57 99Ui 1000 L .IV B Con
.Vl6 Adms Ex 4s. S3 i 5s 100%
1000 Allls-Ch 55.. 78% 15000 M C Deb 4s. 91
'2i»00 Am A C 55. 101% 3000 M St Tel Be. 98
171100 Am T & T 6000 M & N M L.
4(t 101% 6s 100%
3000 do Col 4s. PI I 1000 MX & E lPt.lOft^
51000 Am Tob 65.. 105% 2000 M X & T 2d. 84
4O»iO do 106 'JX_*>. do S F 4V»s 88H
2"HTO do 105^ s<ioo Mo Pao 45... 7S^i
• 2«"0 Armour 4%s 91 j B<>X» do 78%
&X«) A T & S F 1 f>Oiv> do Col 65.. 100%
G<?n 45.... 99 2»V*> d" 100 5 *
40<X) do m\ 1000 do 100%
10000 do Cvt 4£.U1% 1000 M& O N 68.117 I,*1 ,*
5000 do . . . 111 1 10000 X Bys of Mcx
61100 do 1960 w 1.102% : 4%s P4?s
6.-100 do Cvt 85. 113 i 10000 X V C Deb
2000 At C L & N I . 1934 .....~ f>2"i
4s". 92 1000 do .. »S
20000 ' do 10000 do Gen 3%s BS>
2O<TO B & O Gold I 7000 N V G & E L.
4e 98 H & P 48.. 5 ? 1 *
14000 do .' 97% 3000 00 83*,
10000 BR T 4* . . . 8014 3000 do 6s 100%
5000 do 85% I 2000 XYX H& H
6000 do So"* I Deb 6s Reg.l 32
4000 BTT El Ist.. I 2000 do Cvt 3%5. 99
3000 do 300% 40tX> N V Tpl 4%5. 97
40<X» d-> 5tpd....10l 6000 x & W C\-t
3000 Can So 2d..100% j 4? ....104
6000 C b D P Ist 87% 2000 N P Gen Bs.. 71%
1000 C of Ga. Ist 500 -do Prior 4s. 100%
i Inc... S7 2000 do ....101
6000 do 3d Inc. 80 i 14000 Par T&T5s 67
2000 Cent L. 6s. . . 99*-.! 1000 Pa 3%s 1915. . 95« i
4Ofw> do 995* 2000 do 95 T *
6000 CT> Gtd 45.. 9»>% 2<XK) do 95%
5000 do 3>4s s2i">F f>S 2000 do 4s 1948. .103%
j 12000 C * O Cvt 1000 P T & A Ist
4>-s -95 fig 109
10000 do ....... 94 7*7 * 6000 Read Gen 4s. 97%
5000 C * A 3%5.. tiSH 1000 Rio G W Ist. 90%
I<WV> do. .;..7..\68"^ 4060 do 91
sOOrt do 63 9000 St L. Swn Ist
2<lin> C &-. E I Ref 4s 90
& Imp 4s. 83% I 2000 do 90^i
| 1000 c& X ■«" S I 1*)OO d.-. Con 45.. 77%
Fob 106 I 6000 do -.78
1000 C & W Ind 20000 SAL. AdJ 4s 73*4
Gen 6r 112 20000 do 73^
15000 C B & Q Jt I 2000 So Pac 4s 90%
4s ... 95?6 I 1000 do Reg. ... 86
16000 do ill Dlv I 2000 do Ist Ref
3%s .... 87% 1 4s 94%
10000 C M & St p 11000 do . . . . 94%
Gen 4s A. 99% 31000 do Crt 45.. 101*4
1000 C R I & P 5000 do ...101"^
• Gen 45.... 9« 2<«»o do 101%
6000 do !tfi^ ! 46000 do ...101
2i "00 do Ref 4s. 88>.; {»ono S 0 Ry Gen 4s 77%
10000 do RR 4s 77% I.VWi do , TPi
11000 do 77-* loon t& V Ist fis. 109%
WOO do 77% 6000 Third Ay Con
1000 C St L & P - 4s Stpd 64
Ist • lllTs 2O*V> C p Ist 45.. .101%
1000 CD & I lst.ioi 3<yir> do 101%
1000 c M Ist 45.. 73% 10000 do Ist Reftf t
11000 D & H Ist 4s 96*4
4s 9«%| 18000 do 96' i
1000 do 98% ! 30O"» do 96%
1000 Den &It G 38000 do Cvt 45..10«%
"Con 4s .... 94 50000 do lOfti*
«30rtO do Ref 6s. 91% 10000 do ...106»,i \
10000 rio 91V* fiOOO do IOC
2300*1 .10 ,»2 2000 TT S Lrath 65. 104%
22000 do 91% 25000 IT s Rub 6s. .103
1000 11 s.-c C ss. 70 13000 D S Stl S F
2(Ky> do «9 7 *l 6g 104' i
1000 .i<> f&\ ! i:«ooo do i 04»»
1<"1O do 69^1120(10 do 104%
2000 Erl« Ist Con : .TTion do lO4', 4 i
4s 82 ! ,V«O do Regr 104 i
20000 do Cnvt 4s | 1000 dr. 104%
R 68% 1000 Wab Ist 65..105? i
15000 G F.I Deb n5.140 3000 do 108%
■ 11000 G B Deb B. 15% 18000 do R & Ext
2000 Han & St J 4s 71%;
Con 6s 101% 10000 do 71'/»
26000 Int-Mrt '4%5. W : ISOOO do 71
17000 do ... # ... 80»i pooo West S F .is. 89
15000 Int P6s 101% j 1000 "W C Gen 45.. 90%
Total sales of bonds. $1,269,500.
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
(Furnished by E. S. Bailey, No. 66 Broadway.)
Aprx.
an- When , — Price. —
nual pay. Bid. Asked.
Company. capital. div'd. able. P. c PC
City of N. V ... $500.00(» 10 Q 20") 205
Commonwealth.. 800.000 10 J&j 315
Continental 2,000.000 70 j&j j,2T. 970
Empire City 200.000 S J&J 125 140
FldeUty-Phenlx.2,soo.onO • • 290 300
German Alliance 400,000 is J&J 275 300
German-Am". ...1.500. 000 30 j&j 570 B7( i
Germania (?50>. 1,000. 000 15 J&J 2SO 290
Glens Falls ($10). 200,000 30 j&j ] 500 _
Globe & Rutgers. 400.000 40 Q 470 —
Hanover ($50)... 1.000. 000 10 J&j lt>o 205
Home 3,OOQ,OiV> 30 j&j ■ Cf<s - 05
Nassau (SSO) — 200.000 10 .14. .1 I^-, 175
Niagara <$.V» . .1.000,000 20 ,taj 300 315
North River «s2.') 350,(i00 10 A&O 155 165
Pacific ($25) 200,000 6 .!*.! 135 145
Peter Cboper(|2S) 190.000 « j&.i no 105
Stuyv«^ant 40.1,000 10 J&J 155 160
United State.s(s2r>)2so.ooo •» • «0 70
■W>PtcheMeri»lo) 4OO.OO1) 88 !K&A 4.'.5 —
W'burg City(sso) 250,000 20 J&J 380 400
•No Information.
COBALT STOCKS. "
(Furnished by Warren. Qsowaki A Co, No. 35
Broad fin . i 1
Bid.Asked. I . Bid. Asked.
Amalgamate - 4% Kerr Lake...9(K» ■ 90S
Bailey „. si, ft ILa Raae.... «FlO 4wi
Beaver Cons 33 *« 53% Little Nipiss. 32Vi '--'?
Big Six.. ... 3V4 S McKinley ... J»2 I*4
Buffalo 22. i 200 Nancy Helen* 5 t$
Chamb-Ferl. 26 26% Nlpi.sslng .1110 112."
C of cobalt. 27*4 28% Nova Sci«Ua.. 41 42
Cobalt Cent. M« 9 Ophir !-. . 3«> 41
Cobalt I.ake I'M*. -H\i Otiaae r>4 «
Coniagas ...4«.t.". 500 Peterson L.. M 2«'=
Crown llf!"..2!"0 2!»6 I Rochester ... 20 2<»4
Footer lt> is 'Silver I>-nf... 7 7'«.
GiCord ..... 9 10' i silver Bar... «'« •;"*
Gt Northern 3*3 * ml Silver Quern. 1<» V-
Green M<-eh. -'2 IV4 Temlakaminc. 67 4 R8
Hargraves. .. 2« j '.".» Trethewcy .124 129
Hudson 8ay.105 12.1 I Wait:- — 10
John Black. • 44 M«l Wettlaufer. . . 85 00
' v BALTIMORE STOCKS.
1 «Furntghe<J by Van Schalck & Co.. So. 7 Wall
street.)
Bid Asked | Bid. Asked?
United Ry.. 13 134 Cotton Dock. 5 ;- «^
do Income* 60' i 604 d« Incomes. 15 .17,
do 4s .... 85* 65"^ N ny & L 6« 9«4 99
B&6 V T 1 2 L.t,S: Pow pf £2 88
do Incomes 7 9 do 4^8.... «9 01
do lats. 40 42 ChCßyss..lOO lfJ5
Seaboard Co 214 24 Ch C. EJee Sb 91 M
do lft pf.. 72 76 Cont TruEt...2oO 215
do 2d pf. . 42 45 t Union True' 70 75
Scab AL. it S3*i £4 i Third Nat B.lio 125
colO-yrfis &»'•» 90S! Fid * Dep..,lto 154
' Cor.t-'. Gas.. — 105 'Maryland Tr 70 76
i (Jo c* ... .100 i<X> : 4 I Nor Cent Ry. Ji6'i L30',4
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following- were the last actual sales
and the closing: quotations for stocks in
which there were no transactions yesterday
on the New York Stock Exchange:
' l>a»t Closing,
sale. Bid. Asked.
Adams Express 245 25<> ' —
Allis-Chalmers Co 9sa -94 9?*
Allis-Chalmers Co pref. 34 r 38 3.>
Am Agr Chem 4« 444 4b?i
Am Agr Chem pref ion 101 103
Am Beet Sugar pref 9Ki* .92 9S
Am CoaJ 120 8" lo«
Am Cot Oil pref.- 106 95 97
Am Dist Tel 20 15 30
Am Express 280 250 280
Am Hide & Leather 6 •> •'4
Am Unseed 14 13 14
Am. Linseed pref 364 38 37
Am Malt 6 1 * X
Am Malt pref... 36 38 88
Am Smelt pref B 864 «64 87%
Am Snuff 255 275 3fO
Am Snuff preli. 9SV4 » w '*
Am Sugar pref . . 122 121 123
Am Tel & Cable. i 7* 72 75
Am Tob pref P54 M ?«
Ann Arbor S3 32 3<>
Ann Arbor pref 70 70 .2
Atchlson pref.. 101% 10? 101%
Batopilas Mining 2** 2 a i 3
Bethlehem Steel 204 274 -9-*
Bethlehem Steel pref... 53 ■ — »'
Buff R & I» 95 90 . 107
Buff R & P pref 125 125 139
Buffalo & Susq pref 29 . — 33
Butterfck Co 30% 30 304
Can Southern -..- 67 . 654 "214
Cent & So Am Tel 115 — 118
Cent of N J 275 275 295
Chic & Alton pref 63 88
Chic B & Q 225 200 —
Chic I & L pref — «> 60
Chic M&St P pref. 15S'i Ir-*41 r -*4 1574
Chic & Northwest pref.2o4» 205 210
C St P M & O pref ISO ISO 165
C C C & St L pref 1034 I*™ 110
Col Fuel & Iron pref. .115 1145* , 120
Col & So Ist pref....... 76 76 ' 75
Col & So 2d pref 7.". 744 76
Cora Prod Bef pref 78?* 77% 754
I> L & "VV r 565 • fHO 600
D M & Ft D 9 • 5 20
Detroit United RE. 594 6» 6°
D S 6 * At pref 29»* 29 SO
Erie 29 2S 2W
Fed M & S 41 33 40
Fed M A S pref.. ...... 70 701; 74
Fed Sugar «0 to <?0
Fed -Sugar pref 96 t 7 100
Gen Chem Co 95 9=% op
Granby Mining k 40 40 100
Havana Elec Ry Pfi W4
Havana Elec Ry pref... 96 974
Hocking Valley 124 115 120
Hocking Valley ...I'M 1-*1 -* 90 100
Homestake 864 Sfi M
Ingersoll-Rand Co 105 100 .—. —
Ingersoll-Rand Co pref. . 844 97 —
Int Efiper 124 12 124
Int Steam Pump pref. . 85 85 »• i-s»*
Kanawha A Mich 95 f"» —
Kan City & 50...' 36^ 34% 34%
Kan City & So pxef fiR R6 «7
X C Ft"s & M pref.... 78 75 so
Keok &DM « R 9
Keok & D M pref 41 40 50
Knlck ice of Chic 20 BO
Knick Ice. of Chin pref.. 77 «7 75
Laoled« Gas pr«>f 95 po 100
Lake Erie & W 17 1«»* IS
Long Island «>'. 64 B7
Manhattan Beach 34 Shi fi
Marine 5% 54 6
Marine pref 19 18 IP
Mm & St Louis 344 .*!2 85
M & St L pre fIS tut 70
M S p & s s m 141 13914 141
M S P & S S M pref 150 i4:> J54
M S P & S S M L L. . - 884 i 88 B!>T£
Mo Kan & T pref c.:> r,O 70
Morris & Essex IS?. iw» I>-.".
Nash A Chan 1 35 1 :;<• 137
Nat Biscuit in*>t* i*; 100
Nat Biscuit pref 12." !L't' 130
I Nat Enam & Stpg pref. S.Ms sc. rtri
i Nat Lead pref 100 " 107* ]O7\
j New Cent Coal 52-* SO fiO
NT Air Brake 7". 7:: 7.".
N V C & St L Ist pret.li.<<\, 100 no
N V C *■ St L 2d pref.. S5 G7 85
N V Dock 35 29 38
N V DocK pref .- S2'i SO £3
N V Lack & W ,»'.. — 124 12t?
N V N H & H. IW, 1534 1.V.4
Norf & West pref 90 S8 ■ !>.'!
Pacific Coaat Ist pref... 10.". f» » 10S
Pacific Coast 2d pref... 112 . 112 '■ 114
Pac Tel & Tel 34 33 34Vj
Pac Tel Tel prat .. 98 80 ]On "
Peoria & East 22 22 24
P C C & St L pref 115V4 110 116
Pits Coal prof 71 70 . 7.-,
Pitts Ft W & Chic. .-..1734 16814 —
Quicksilver .14 3% . 34
Quicksilver pref.. 57* ' 4' 4 «
Ry Steel Spring pref... 10^1, 101 in,-,
Rens & Sara 20' 1 , un _
I Rome Wat & Ogd 121% 121 123
Rutland R R Co pref.. 30 29 35
IStL &8 F C&E I ctfs.l49 123 iso i
1 BtUeS F C&E I ctfs pf.1164 . — 120 !
i StL&SFC&E I ctfs new. >!1 60 6!» I
1 Rrehuck pref 121 14 — ; 12.'JH '
Slosp-Shrff St] & Iron.. 7." 7n 734
So II R M & O otfs 864 si go "
Tex & Pac I>i.Tr 95 (to 99
Third Avp R n 7'i «'.. 7
Tol Rys & Light.. li si- r.'»
T St L & W 38% -71 r 38«4
Un Bag & Paper 88 1 * SH „
1 United Dry Goods lOfi H't?> t I*lß
I United Cigar Mfx pref..lOß 10« 119 I
U 8 C I P it F pref 72',; 71 72'
D B Express 1114 101 11,1
II S Re-due A Ref s'^ r.' 4 6
]V S R"duc & Ref pref.. 21 is' ." ' •>.«>
IIT S Rubber 2d pref .79 7« '79
' \'andai;a R R SO 73^4
Va-Car chem pref 123»* 120 J"fi
Va iron C & C....'. r,R 56-. *»
' Vulcan D"tlnTilnK ... 18 15 ■• i ,
Vulcan Petlnnffii; pref.. 74 «o 7ft
Wells Fargo Express. . .172 1«S 17fi
Westlngri MfK Ist pref. .110 110 12!
Wheel & 1. E Ist pref.. ll', 114 y,
Wheel A L X 2d pref.. 515 .v, r.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnijhfd by J. Thomas Reinhardt. No Vi '<
Broad street. New York, and No. 54 Devon- !
fhiie :-ir<»-t, Boston.) • -
.-.'■-' High. ' Low. i^st
Pay State Ga5..... -27 2ti 27
Bohemia .•*,©%£ s\ ~s»; •
Boston Ely . 21» 2^j "i. j
•cactus Development .... :tA ::'» 3U I
falaveraf- .r. r i v n . $\ '-7 ;
Calumet-Corbin 72 •('.*• ia'* i
<*hainpion (<' ' * 7.,. -ii
Chlno 1,1 s * 12 4 * ,-,:'.
Cortex Mined ....... 2«» -^U ~i
Corbln Copper ... .' '. . . \st s . s3 i • s»i
Dominion Syndicate.. ... 1 1 > 4 11 nii
First National Copper... 4'< n", 4 <
Inspiration , 7,^ 7^, -«
Laramio lll'i r,.,.;. 99 88 ft» *
Mackinaw „ .. 1:. v 1 J
Massachusetts Brewierie* .V> *!• • „,,
Massachusetts coal 84 77 *4
McKinley Darragh IXI 00 - no
Majestic »5« gg S
National Mining Expl' r 32 30 31
New-Baltic. 77 s * 7' 4 -::
Oneco : 3«, .1,1, i.
Raven Mining ....', M 4,% i,,,"
Rawhide Mining ....... 11 10' ii
Rhode Island Coal S4 %gC ■
Ehattuck Arizona ..... 2PS - 22 r > ~-\ jftii
Eouth-p-est Development- H it • *a
Vultur# .' :..:-': 9*%* <.' „
mitci EU*« Mm-: . 3--k .ji
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Little or no interesf was -manifested in
the market for outside securities. Trad ins
was comparatively light and confined al
most exclusively to the mining; shares.
The tone was irregular, with -. flu«J«jatlrui_s
In general confined to small fractions. hi
Rayo eased, off % on moderate -offerinps^
Butte Coalition was up in the bid. There
was a slight inquiry for rhino. Miami and
Ray Consolidated. sly Central ruled steady
on fair' activity.. The silver stock? t were
more active and stronger. United. Copper
was weak. The Goldfield stocks ruled
steady but inactive. In other parts of the
list only a' few trades here and there were
made. Manhattan Transit eased off about
14. Intercontinental Rubber, after ■ show
of firmness, lost The gain. American To
bacco was dull, and unchanged. In bonds
Western Pacific ;>s continued heavy; on
small dealings.* :r: r "-SH ' ;:>-IS~
INDUSTRIAL. //-J^V',;
Sales. Open. High. „ow. Last.
5 Am Tobacco '....'435 MB 43."> 4.35
2.800 +'"a! Nat Oil 11 1H I 11 1"
3,700 Int Rub Tr cts... 23 ! i 23 % 23 H 23V*
3,500 t January Oil . . .. 47 47 . 4.". 45
2.800 t.Tuly Oil 1. ...... 35 2. > M 35.
3,550 Manhat Tran. ... 2ft 2& Si* -'«
200 May on $1 io ?! io ji i« ?i 1"
2/) on tPalmor Oil . $1 »> $1 <*> *1 <*> $160
COO v S Light & H.. 1% l?i l?i 1?*
RAILROAD. '
150 Chicago Subway.. 2*i *2»i. . 2% 2*
MINING.
60n tßovard Cons .. 34 3"i . 3'i 3 4
45 Braden Cop .... 4>< 4'i 4'i. 4'»
1,000 Bradshaw Mm... 20 20 ■ 20 ' 20
200 Caledonia Mm.. I*4 I * II 1 * II 1 *
200 Canadian. Mines. «*« «*«. •>*♦ "**
600 tCarlsa 5O «V» &* SO
1.500 Clilno Oop 13"* .M's 13! a 33H
2,600 tCobalt Cent ... 8. S 7 7
700 Colonial Silver.. *» tV '■* A
1,500 Consol Ariz Sm. 2A -A 2U 2*
100 Davis-Daly Cop. 2 2 2 2
3,600 Ely Central ....""1 1 rS, 1 ■ '*
700 tEiy Consol .... 56U 6t>U 6«U 66' i
3.300 £E1 Rayo 4> 3 4' 4«* 4'i
800 Ist Nat asses pd 44 1 * 4'» 4 4
1,500 Glroux Mm .... 7H S . 7?i 7«»
2.500 Goldfleld Cons... *,> S"? Ms B*4
1,500 tGreenwator .... »*? »'i * §£
100 Greene-Can B*4 «*« * ?*? * ' 8%
SOO Guerrero Mines. 1% 1% Hi 1%
600 Harcuvar Cop... 34 34 34 34
500 Husted Mm 76 77 7« 77
1.600 Kerr Lake 9 9* . 9 .9
4,500 La Rose Cons... 4A 4% 4** 4»«
100 Mason Vat new. 7^ "'/» ■ 77 ] 3 <**
200 Miami Cop 22V» 22'» 22 1 * 22 1 *
7,000 tMines Co of A. «H «« «•"• ««
200 McKin-Dar ... 93 9.'< 92 92
1.500 Nev-U M & 5... lft 1 A 1 1 ,
7.500 Nlplssingr Mines. mm l i 31% 10ft lift
2,000 Ohio Copper .... 21$ 3 2jJ 3
100 Precious Metals. 2'» 2*> a 22 1 * *H
8,000 tßawhide Coal'n 3."i 31 35 35
500 Rawhide Queen. 45 4.'> , 4.". 4..
11.000 Ray Central .... 2% 2j| 2*4 2T»
a.' Bay Cons 19 "» 1»N I^'s 19*4
400 Bed -Wax Mm... 2 -'* 2 -
200 Stewart .-.- % ** . '* •*
2,500 tTramps Cons... s*a . »'» 6. J.
800 Tularosa li lit Ii !>ii?
1.500 Union Mines ... I}| lIJ 1"* 1%
4,000 tUnlon P Cobalt 6 « « . *
100 United Cop BU «'♦ R1 * « *
700 Yukon Gold M.. 4 4 44 4. 7 , 4ft
BONDS.
$11,000 West Pac 55... 934 *93S »03^ 93%
•Odd lots. +Sells cents per share. JDtvidend.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
It -was a broad market on the Consoli
dated Exchange, which became increasing
ly active at the expense of prices in the
later dealing?. Floor sentiment was de
cidedly bearish from the opening, and pro
fessional selling, together with some com
mission house profit taking, early in the
day imparted relative softness, compared
with quotations on the New York Stock
Exchange. Toward the close, however,
short covering prevented most of the lead
ing stocks from touching as low figures as
were reached on the other board. Sales
totalled" 83,840 shares, with 55 stocks
on the list. Sales were registered of small
lots of a number of prominent issues some
time before initial quotations for these
issues were made on the other exchange.
Detailed operations follow: .0~
STOCKS.
gal-cg. - ,~ Open. High. Low. Last.
6,160 Amal Copp»r... 71% 72 70% 704
70 Am Beet Sugar. 37 4 37»i 37 4 Si I **
120 Am Can 10 in 10 10
Am Car & Fdy. 62^ 62 l 62 «2
30 Am Cotton Oil. «3%t 644 H3»* 64
70 Am lea 25 ! i 25% «£ gjj
30 Am Locomotive 4S S * 49 4& 3*3 * ■ 48
B,OOO Am Smelting... ?1^ «l * «>»» *«>»»
40 Am Sugar 124 124* 123** 123**
SO Anaconda Cop.. 44 44 434 434
fi4O At Top & S F..111 111 HO* 11O«4
50-Balt & ...114*4 114' i 114 114
1.000 Brooklyn R T.. 82V* 82H «1»» PIH
50 Can Pacific 196 V* 196 1-*.1 -*. lP5 * lf>oj*
190 Central Leather 42^* 42',i 414 41 - 2
34OChes & 0hi0. .„ 88 88 874 l 87^s
30 Chic Gt West.. 2*"* 2S S * 27 7 » 27 ■»
40 do pref 52 l 2l 2 "24 524 524
1.270 C Mil & St P. .1404 1404 139 13f»?»
150 00l Fuel & 1... 3S*i 38 38 38
160 Consol Gas 1414 142 1404 14"4
20 Corn Products.. 16S 1«H 16V l* 1 *
120 Denver & R G-. 414 4t*i 41 41
40 Dtst Securities. 304 3 4 304 304
20 Erie ...: 2»'i> 294 2J»4 29
30 Gt Northern pf.lß6 l * 1384 1364 1364
30 Inter-Met . ... 20% 20-, 204 204
70 do pref....... 56»s f>S l * 55 6R?»
100 Mo X & T... 4SH 43», 42H 4S '
2,72f> Missouri Pacific 72 T » 73** 7: . 73
60 National Lead.. *7£> 4 7f>4 79 70 1 *
?10N T Central.... l 21 s * 121 T » 12O»4 12O",
5<V) N T Ont *• TV.. 47 1 * 47 46% 46 8 i
180 Nor Pacific lS2 i 132 T 131 7 ? 131 7
'10 Pacific Mail ... 26 & * 26 1 * 26?* 26 l *
1.740 Pennsylvania „135' i 1354 134 3*3 * 134 J*
30 Pitts Coal 194 194 194 19-3
50 Pressed St Car. 39 * 39 1 ; 3S»»* 39**
21, 150 Beading 166 1 * 166?* 164 V, 164^
• 20 Republic Steel.. 35 85 .3* '» 84%
80 do pref....... 97** 97 1 * 97 * P7»*
630 Rook island.... 45 s * 454 44 , 44%
2.450 Southern Par. .1274 127 B » 1164 126^
60 Southern Ky.... 2H 1 * 27 26?* 26
SO Th.rd Avenue . . 7 7 7 7
10 Texas & Pacific 33 ! 4 83*4 S3 1 * 33 *
10.840 Union Pacific. ..IRSH I«>4 I^3** J«3 T *
120 V S Rubber. ... 43 l * 48% 42 424
26.730 T* 8 Stoel 84% S4? B 83S 83*s
100 do pref 11. fi3 4 US% ll^ 1 * . US*
SO Utah Copper... 47 47 47 47
Vs-car ch»m... 614 «14 604 **%
50Wabash ....... 21 i 21 «i 214 214
371' <lo prpf 47*» 47H 4t> 7 » 47
40 V.'estlnjrhouge E 05 65 • €8 05
K3,4J»0 Total sales.
MINING.
700 Comb Fraction. .50 .8* .50 .50
300E'kton 724 .73 .72 1 i .73
500 El Paso S3 -S3 .R3 ♦ .S3
300 Goldfleld C0n..5.37'.i 8.37% 8.374 8.374
1300 Jim Butler 23. .23 .23 .23
1.300 .Tu mho Ext 22 .22 .22 .22
1,500 Mc.Vamara 2* • .2<5 .2« .2«
200 Montana 9« .•• .P« -9ft
300 Midway 29 .2^ .29 .29
200 Ophir »5 .05 .024 .1*24
5O Quicksilver ...S.B2'/4 3.624 3.624 3.624
200 Standard -- 75 .774/ -75 .774
•SCOTnnopah Ext.. .03 .94 .P3 .94
1 000 Tramps 044 .044 .©•% .044
500 West End 45 -4* .43 »45
400 Yellow Jacket. .60 .60 .60 .60.
P.GSO Total ralfS.
COLLATERAL .TRUST NOTES.*
Maturing 1910-22.
(Furnished by Swartwoot & Appenzellar. No. 40
Tine Ft.)
Approx.*
Name. Maturity. Bid. Asked, yield.
Am Cigar 4p C. Mcti 15. 1911. PS** /*9* 5.00
do 4p c. Mch 15. '12 »74 .9S 5.10
BA- O 4 p . , M. h 10. '11 P0?»; S9 s i 4.10
• do 44 p <•. June. 13 9S^» 0* s * 4.90
Beth St Corp 6 p c. Nov. 1914. 07 0* fi.35
Ch & Alton 5p c. Mch I.V '13. OSS i*4 495
il.i 1 . II &■ D4p c, July. '13 96** 974 4.75
C C, r/[. si,6p c. June, # 11.100? i WON 410
D& H eqts, 44 pC. July. '22.. 101 1014. 4.25
Erie 6p c. Apr 8, '11 88% «' 3*3 * «.1O
Gen Rub 44 Pc. July, '15 03 . f»4'* 5.70
Hud Cos 6 p c. Oof 15. '11 !>!> 1O»> « o<>
do 6 p c. Feb. '13 99 WO «.ol>
Int R T B p r, May. '11. 101 102 3.90
KCRy& L« P <•, Sept. 1912. $>*>» JiS'i - 5.50
do 5 p c. May 15. '13 ... 86 90 ♦;,■><>
Lack St 5p c. Mrh. "1"..../.. 954 W.i 5.50
MASI, 5p c. Feb. '11 P9U 99 1 * 30
NYCLcqs. spc Nov. i<»l<>-'22 4.50®4.30" c basis
NY. N H & H 5p c. iyll-'12.10O»* 101 —
SI.&S F5 i> '■. Jan. 11 100 100% 400
do 44 p c. Feb. "12 96 97 1 * «.2O
do 5 P C. Mch. '13 :«<; !>7 «.2O
South R\ .'. p C Feb. '13 .. OS 86£ 5.50
Tidewater 6 P .-. June. '13..».101>* Hii», 5.30
West T&T 5 p »-. Feb. "12... 88 (».>»» 5.2,">
Vest B&M6 pc. Aug. '10..1tVi'i lOOH 400
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1010-27.
(Furnished r>>" Swaitwout & Appenzellar, No. 40
Pine st.) " * •'
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlantic Coast Line 4 p c. 1910-17.. 4%i 4%
Buff. R & P 4 »4 p c, l!'if> -.'7 4^» 4*
• Vnt of <; a 4 ! : :. v. i! 1'" 17 » » 44
< -ill It Ft of Xj4,, „ Utl2-'l7 4*» >4^
Ches * Ohio 4 |> c, 1910-' 17 4% 44
'1, &- Alt 4 44 p C, I!'U> I. . I* 4"»
Ch & E 111 4'-^. p c, lOtO-'l" •"•'« ■ 1%
Ch HIAP 44 8* «•, mm - i!> ... 5' .'v4l*
<•. 11 & T> 44-5 p «•. l»m-'20 5U ■i:*4l»
D * I! 4Vi p c, 1922 4-S 4'»
Kri« 4-44-5 |. c. 1810 it .V* 4 T »
Hock Val 4-»4 i. <■. 1810 'iv ... 414 11 * 44
llu>] ft Man D p c, HUO-*l9 .v 4 4'»
X C. r S ,4- M 44 p C, IMO '15..., .'•'» »*»
Ko Bo 41-.4 1 -.- p c uno-is : : 1% 4*»
1-eii Val 4 -4 1; i. c, l()IO-'l«t 44 4*
Mo Pao 5 p c, U»1O-"17 , s'» 4",
M.i.. A- O 4-« p c. ll'lniii 4 »;-:4S
N VCI, sji ••. 19l()-'22 44 »4 l *
Nnrf & \V 4 p .. huh ir. 44 a * 4*
I'«'nti 31-.3 1 -.- 1 p .-, 1010 17 ... I', < 4 „
SI I. &: S F 4 »■-, 9 p «•. 1910 -17 r.i 4",
do fiuar A C * F 5 p c, 1910 17 3 4*»
Seaboard a I. t'.-.'. p c. i:i|i> '17 .. . si 4**
So Hv 34-4-44 p c, I©IO-'2l 4 i i"»
Vlrßinlan Ry .'. j. r. MHO • |!i X .%', \\.
n'abMli 4 4-5 p .. 1910-'2| . ,->4 4» 4
\\ h & ]. B 44-5 p c, 1818 '88 0 ' B
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following shows yesterday'B cloJing
quotations for government bonds, compared
with Saturday's:
— May 21— — May .'.l.—
„ _ ._ * Bill Asked. Bid. Asktd.
¥> S. 2s. reg-.. ir<to tno^* 101 '» 100* 101*
L. S. is. coupon. 1030,.. irj(>\ ~ ino»* —
US. .;• rag 191S 102 103 102, i".i
y. b. .is. .coupen. 19.19. 102 103 lOi 103
D 8, 4- I*s. 1625.. I 114 m 114*» 115
T7. F 4^, coupon 102,-.. . .1144 v;. ! t !114115>i
Panama •« re C 193P...100H 101 10«>V 101
rhlllrplne is. 1934,.J;!.1C0h - 10i> ; - — ■
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
RAILWAY COMPANY
42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
May 2. 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the First Mortgage Bond* of -•
Milwaukee & Northern Railroad Company, due June 1 1910, w^l
he extended at the option of the holders thereof for three ye* rs
at 4 X^%, payable semi-annually, or until June 1. 1913. if preser^d
at this office on or before June 10. 1910. The hen of the First
Mortgage securing said bonds is to remain unimpaired
Holders of these bonds who do not desire to extend the- „
present them for payment at the office of White, Weld & Co., No.
5 Nassau Street, New York City.
Koswell Miller, Chairman.
5 Nassau Street, New York City.
♦ May 2. 191 1
Referring to the foregoing notice, we are prepared to pa r»
for such of the above bonds as are presented at our office, No. 5
Nassau Strtfet, New York City, on or after June 1, 1910.
Holders of bonds should not stamp or write thereon.
White, Weld & Co.
135 Broadway, New York City
Capital. • ■ • $1,000,000
Surplus & Profits. 1,500,000
Officers of the Company would
appreciate an opportunity to
present the advantages of nam
ing the Trust Company as ex
ecutor or trustee under wills
whether the amount to be de
vised is large or small.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Frederic H. Hatch & Co.. No. 34
Broad street.)
STOCKS.
Dividend. 811. Asked.
Am Brake S & F.....-.Q-Mar 5 87 88
Am Brake- S & F pf....Q-M ■♦ 11. . ] —
American Brass Q-J * 120 1^
American Chicle Mo&Ex 12 218 223
American Chicle pf.....Q-J •> 102 100
AmDlst Tel of NT J....Q-J. 4 46 49
Am Coal Products Q-J « « £
American Press ...Q-JiEi « &> 105
American Thread pf J&J 5 4*« &%
Am Type. Found deb....M&N11»26 6 100 —
Am Type Found new M&N1939 6 99 100
Am Type Founders .TA-.I 4 II 4.
Am Typo Founders pf.-Q-J 7 98 102
Babcock & Wilcox Q-J • 101 104
Barney & Smith pf.- — 96 105
Borden's Cond ..SF&AEx — 114 ]W
Borden's Cond Milk pf . ; Q-M 6 M .106
Bush Terminal — »O —
Central Flreorks — ■ £ •©
Central Fireworks pf..- '- — ■ £•>
Conn Ry & Light Q-F 4 .6 m
Celluloid Q-J&Ex 6 125 130
Eldu P d«. Nemours . - . J 13. 14«
Eldu Pde N'em pf...Q-J B 85 »
Empire Steel & 1r0n.... —7 1O
Empire Steel * Iron pf. — ••> »
Hall Signal common. — 40 45
Herrlng-Hall-MarviT# : - — «■ 45
International Nickel — 1«5 W
International Nickel pf.Q-F 6 9. ion
InteraatlonaPNlckel rts. — 4 6
International Silver — - — — 50 —
International Silver pf..Q-J >,* 110 11%
Kirby Lumber — 10 «
Klrby Lumber pf — - - — ,*?, o^
Kings Co El L & P-.-.Q-M 8 11. 122
Lackawanna St»el. — --— — • 45
Nat Cash Register pf...J&.» I 1J« 122
I*ment-P Q-M c 11? «g
Niles-Bement-P pf Q-r « M 102
Otis Elevator A*O 2 So 60
Otis Elevator pf Q-J • JJ ,^ ! 3
Old Dominion S S J*J 6 105 115
Pacific Gas &El ZTZ~~ — « It
Pacific Gas &El pf. ...Q-J 6 • »
Phelps. I> & Co — 200 .220
Pope Manufacturing — — ** *•
poodu«rfp o odu«rf- p oii:::^::::;:Q^r i £ £
Pratt & Whitney pf Q-F « 100 103
Royal Bak Powder Q-M&Ex 8 190 —-
Royal Bak Powder pf..Q-M « I** l l^
Safety CH A L Q-M*Ex 8 128 132
Sen-Sen Chiclet — * 120 123
Standard Coupler ■ — 25 35
Standard Milling C 0.... — -1« 19
Standard Milling Co pf.A&O 3 49 83
T»xas Company Q-M . 12 208 212
Texas & Pacific Coal Scrip 8 95 105
Trenton Potteries — 4 .
Trenton Potteries pf . .. — w J">
TTenton Pot fndg ctfs..J*J 4 60 . 70
' Trow Directory — — 25 35
Union Carbide...- ■ — 85 »5
Union Ferry Q-J 2 28 31
Union Typewriter -•• — P2 M
Union Typewriter Ist pf.A*O 8 108 113
UnioJ Typewriter 2d pf.A&O 7 10? . 113
United Bank Note- Q,l 4 43 47
United Bank Note pf...Q-J •« 63 65
TJ S Finishing ...S-J *■ 100 V>>
U S Finishing pf ..-.Q-J .7 110 115
IT s Finishing Ist J&J 1819 » 100 105
XT S Finishing cons J&J 1929 5 95 100
U S Motor com — 8O 55
TT 8 Motor pf ■ — *2 *«
Virginian Railway — 23 . 29
West Pacific — 20 25
West Power... — 28 83
West Fowor pf — 4 s all >
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
*•' ■■-■-■ Bid^Aßk»d I Did.Asked.
Alliance Ry US 120 Law TI & T 255 290
Am Surety. 225 2»> | Lincoln . . . 140 34»
* st or . .."-. — 370 ILWL4T. 305 315
Bankers' ... 6PO-. 710 Manhattan .. 390 410
B& M G.. 240 250 i Mercantile .. 740 —
Broadway .. 14* 150 i Metropolitan. — 635
Brooklyn .. 425 — ' Mtg<» 80nd... 112 117
Carneffls ... — ISO I Mutual 130 —
Cas Co of A 125 140 Mut Alliance — 132*
Central 1015 1035 Nassau 175 186
City invest. K» 72 Nat Surety.. 2fiO —
do pref... MB 115 NTL I & T.IIOO 1120
Citizens' ... 14» — |N TM4 S. 203 208
Columbia . . 2T*> SCO NT Trust.. 645 655
Com.' wealth. 150 — People's . . . . 298 300-
Commercial. 130 127% Qu Co Mtg.. 110 ./ —\%
Empire Tr. . WO . 31" Queens C 0... 115 —
Eotiitable .. 490 50*> i Realty Asso. 118 122
fL. & T...1750 1775 Standard .... 400 410
latbush . . >•• 220 : Savoy 75 »5
Franklin '. - 1 - > » 3» Title G* T. 490 MO
Fuftoi ..... 290 — IT lof M T.. 145 150
Fldelitv ... -*'»•> 2' ft iTrCoof AmS« 350
Guaranty .. 5.%0 *75 I Union 1350 1375
Guardian .. 175 186 |Tr States.. .1225 12S0
Hamilton .270 280 US Casualty 215 —
Home Trust 112* - IV S M *T. 475 485
i Hud Realty 110 — «OSTGiIIIO 120
Hudson .... 175 185 Van Xorden. 225 235
In» Bk? Cor 100 110 Washington.. 375 —
Kings C 0... 605 — Westchester.. 150 —
Knlckerbock 320 325 TV &BT & M 160 170
Law Mt»... 250 257 | Windsor .... 120 130
•New.
CHICAGO STOCKS.
tFurntshed rv Curtis & Samger. No. 23 Wall
street.)
Sales. Open. High. Loir. Cose.'
Mi Am Can 10 1" M M
30 do pref • 744 744 74 74
44 Am Tel & Tel ...IMS IW»S 13«, 136H
.V> Booth Pish pref. . 6« MR «•> «t>
15 Com Edison 1134 1134 1134 1134
10 Corn Products ... l«*i 16 s * I»s\ 16 s *
4«» Chic Subway 2% 2** '-'*» 2**
5 Chic Telephone.... 11:, 4 »154 1154 11*4
3.P5OChlc R>s No 2..- 22 22 14 17
100 do No 4 44 44 44 44 1 *
131 Diamond Match.. .lOC>4 100** I<H> JO»»
10D Illinois Brtck ... 75>4 794 7(>4 794
SOMcCtum-Howell... 59 5J> st> 53
105 do pref 09 00 SO 99
10 Nat Biscuit -..'.... 1074 1074 1074 107* i
SO Nat Carbon pref.. 1154 1154 115 115
25 People's Gas 10S*i 10S»* 10S»i 1OS»;
56 Swift * Co 105 ÜBS* ttoAa 105**
200 sears 1S1 * 182 1614 1614
175 United Boxboard.. «** R i *\ «**
793 Street's 12* 124 11 '» 114
roiTSStecl 81!* Mik M'» MM 1 *
BONDS.
n,«H)CUe C ny« Ist 5». 1024 lOCU 1024 1024
:, 000 Chic Rys< l.«t fs... OWN 99*» • f>o\ 9»S
S.OiiON W i:i.v 4s 844 B4 1 - ft 44 J»44
.'• mm Osden c.is .-.» .. J»44 94' a '.»»'| lU4
STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles P. Barney & Co.; No. 2.1
Hrnail street. New York, an.l No. 12VJ South
4th street. Philadelphia.)
Bid..\sked. I - BU. Asked.
Am Cement 2t> 21 ! I-rhisrh Nay.. !«** 04 4
Am K\ c. 44 T i 45 ! l-t. Val RKII.V, llrt
camb Steel. 174 4s fhiia C 0 ... ,. >■ 4»4
c Tr of N J 7.' 7541 do pref 44 «
83 Stor Bat. .'.04 88 ( |Vnn R R Co H~ . »r?*i
Xl Co of A... 11% 12 ! '"•■nil Steel pf.lO!> 1U»
Kali in TTr . 7. * Phtla Kite Co 15',, 15«;
Gen Asphalt 304 .11 ! I'hila Flap Tr !»'* Iv,
dr. rrct... "v" v 18 Smokeless p. 13 15' a
I cm of V A '-•<>'* 21 M n Traction.. 474 4M
l^tke S Corp 234 M In Gas Imp. »4 , s.>
do i-ief... 5.1 .V. ;\\>!sba-h Co. 3^ It
BONDS.
A H Cony :.-- 88 84 I Phila Wee 4» 7«»* 77
HI & F"o 45 so", o<. I do» 5, 102 ; 10,1
N,l Con 5».M« 1034'Phlla to 3*. .103 11X1'*
pec>r Ry 1? 9« . M 1 ..,•/;
FERRY .COMPANIES,
Bid Asked. ! . ■. Bid.Ask*i!.
r-.! F ft» . 20 II 10th t 23d St 35 45
H F l«t 3a. 102 lOK I do bond*. 60 70
KY&NF Gss 9* $>> I VrjJon Ferry.. 2* 32
T*C > V il I do ■'■: J»... ■)» '£S
do Ist 65.. 60 " €0 . I . „
ANDREW J. McCORMACK. Aortloneer.
REGULAR AUCTION' SALE OF
STOCKS AND BONDS
By ADRIAN H. MULLER 2 SON '
OFFICE NO. W WllXUil ST. 4tS? 3 "
Wednesday, May 25th, 1910
at 12:30 o'clock, at the
EXCHANGE SALESROOM.
NOS. 14 AND 16 VESET STREET. *
BT ORDER OF EXECUTORS.
$5,000 Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific P. a.
Ist He. 1917. Re?. Ctf.
18.000 Chicago & Northwestern R. R. 5 » a.
skg. fd.. 1929. Reg. ( tta.
$2f).00O Northern Pacific Prior Liea »«. 109 T.
r:»g. ctfs.
•sLS.OCOTV'est Shore R. R. Ist 45, u-.KI. R.jf.
Ctfs. .
J5.000 Hebrew Benevofent * Orphan Asylum- : ■'-■
Building Loan 3 p. c. Bds.. 1&13. , .
$23.000 F0rt worth & Denver City R*iv lrt '
6s. 1921.
$10,000 Chicago. St. Louis &. New Orleass R. R. »*jf
5 p. c. 8d9.. 1951.
$Il.iV« Union Pacific R. R. Ist 4s. 1947.
$1,000 N. T.. Ontario * Western R. R. KeC ---'
Mtge 4 p c. Bd.. IWG.
10« shs. Chlcasr© St. Northwestern R. R. Pfd.
4 -«> Louisville & Naahville R. R. 59. IM7.
30 shs. Manhattan Malting Co.
7 shs. York yin
1 sh. Torkvill« Bank
?500 \rion Society of City of I*. T. 24 iftf*.
5 p. c. Regst. Bond.
United States 3 p. c. Bd , 1""OS-1913»
BT ORDER OF TRUSTEE.
23 shsu Hale Desk Co. of N. T.
BY ORDER OF ADMINISTRATRIX.
U. S. Trademark No. 4555.?. Issued Jan. 2A. ljy«.
for "Stringer's Pulmonlc Syrup."
FOB ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. . :
150 sh!«. Mexican Lead Co. common.
10 shs. Provident Savins* Life A>^in«^ Soci
ety. Ana
100 shs. Brooklyn Union Gas Co. ■_■-.
125 shs. Kings Co-jnty Electric Light & Power
Co. -'-•■
16© •*». Municipal Gas Co. of Albany, N. T. -
250 shs. Bush Terminal Co. common.
inn ghs. Brooklyn Jockey Club. "
$17,500 Metropolitan Jockey Club. sp. - Boi. -.
2S shs*. United Traction Co. of Plttsbur? PSi
5 ehs. National Exhlbitton Co. -N. Y. ?»«rt
league Baseball Club>.
1O sh?. People's Surety Co.
20 shs. Atlanta & Charlotte Air T/-« tt^j Co.
Guar. (Free>.
27 shs. Hanover National Bank.
51,000 Fort Plain A Richfield S?rtn« Rw»y
Co. Ist ss. 1024.
85 shs. National City Bank.
2 shs. Carnegie Trust Co.
25 shs. Union Exchange National Bank.
1 «h. National Park Bank (wtth rights).
100 shs- Vicksburg. Shreveport & Pacific K'-traJ
Co. common.
125 shs. Fourth National Bark.
35 shs. Cempania. Metalurgica Mnlcana Prtf. k - ..
with cumulative dividends "ince April 1.
I"W2. amounting: at this date to abonz -sC;";
*) ik C. - .r
J1C0.009 State of North Carolina 6 p. c. Special -» ~Z
Tax Bonds. April. I»7<"> *>«■«■■ on. '"t"*
5.000 Bh3. Nevada United Mines Co. cf Wanl,^ ;t
Nevada.
J31.C00 La France Copr*r Co. Ist '"** ** p. C
Bds.. 1932.
7.452 shs. United Coppr Co. Fr»fd.
25 shs. Fourth National Bank.
200 shs. Atlanta A Charlotte Air Line Rv. »--.
U. S. Mtge. & TraM Co Ctfs
50 shs. Pare Marquette R. R- Ist PffJ.
50 shs. Fourteenth Street Bank.
$3,000 N. T. & East River Ga* Cm Cemo.t '•
p. c. Bd- . IMB
io shs. Commerrial A Farmers NaO. 3a-k c:
Baltimore.
JlO.OOft Santa Cecilia Sugar Co. Ist Mtg. <». r ft.
" Bds.. 1925. Feb> . 1909. coupons on.
$500 Santa Cecilia Sugar Co. ft p. c. Note 4u»
Feby. 1. 1913. Aug.. 190?, coupon 9* 4g39
$300 Santa. Cedlia» Sugar Co. 6 t> . * W . to*
Aug. 1. 1913. Feby.. IPO?, cwrpoa on. -
*■» shs. Santa Cecilia. Suzar Co. .
10^ «hs. Hudson Cos. Pfd.
75 aIML Standard Trust Co.
1«» ?hs. Hudson Cos. Pfd
mo oh#. "De* Molnes * Fort r~<«?e R. X- F?&
80 sbs. Great Eastern Telephone Co. PM.
Central Trust Company of Hai Tort
54 WALL STREET
CAPITAL «Ht3 SURPLUS - • lIS.OCO.OOf
(of v/hlch $17,000,000 has ?-»n «n*l!
•Jsfferson a Clear Field Coal & Irui Go. i--J
, -_. Ist Mt«a. S% Gold Bull
srVKING FUND NOTICE. - : ti
m accordance irtth th« provjsiens at t) a| fca
De-d of Trust dated Jane 15th. 159*. th» C*!^?
ir.-0-insr bonds have been drawn for account. 2-' '
th«» Sinking Fund, and win b9b 9 purchased W.-SS3
th<» Guaranty Trust Company of N-*» Tors.
Trustee, at its oSce. 23 Nassati Street. N«»
York, at 105^ and accrued far-rest "■ JaaW
Ist. 1910. at -which date Interest on t&« stjov*
bonds will cease.
220 6T"»t» 95« 127? 139° I*l*
302 777 978 12?7 1404 " I^-?
«O1 77S - 111* 1357 153" 1"«
*4» 7»* I2M tarn 1«17 I|S3
657 873 12«* tr.T" HBi 1335
By GEO. H. CZ.XTSS. Treasurer.
Rochester. X. V.. April 29th. '°'- A
CURB 1 Carried
\ ON " v : ;
STOCKS J Margin 1
Offices 38 Broad St., V V. Or'rlook Carb
Boston office. 54 Devonshire St. Trlvst© wire*.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall ?trtar> I
Bid. Asked. I Bid. AsMi'^;
America ... «2» — iln :-.* V E.. M 2OT:i--
Am Exch... 23» 2424 Jefferson . - — I*s
Audubon N. 1(«> 1«> : LJ?*- «25 -'g
JEXha Nat.. 17« 180 Lincoln . *« «■ .->
Bronx Bor . 30«> — ! MarUiat Co.. 325 3«
Bronx Nat. lf*> 205 Mkt «• Tal.. 255 CW
Battery Pk. 12«> ISO Metropolis .. ■«» *■
Bowery . 375 — MecJi AM > 265 ITj)
Dutch & P. 140 145 Mercantil* .- 155 I**'
I Bryant Pk . 135 lfO Metropolitan. 2f»»
Coal AI N. 150 165 Merchants' . 17» 1«*
Century ... IW 175 Merchants' »? I*> »•«
Chase .430 465 | Mount Morris »3 £»
Chatham .. 325 335 | Mutual -*5 3» '
! Chemical .445 455 [Nassau 2* Si 1 ,
Clt Cent N. 16<> 1«24 Nat Reserve 105 I" ;,
I City 3S2Vi 3974 n«w %>• ■ ■■! a; 2 *,
Chelsea Ex. 2CO — STNBA.» J
Commerce .21* 219 NY County. 900 — ..
Colonial . . . 33»> — 1 19th Wai 1. . — «■■ T v
Columbia .332 340 I Night * Day 2» ,«----
Corn E^ch.. 322 KR Nor Nat..... — 3 5'
East River. 115 120 Pact* 23» *S ',
Fidelity ... I^s 17.'» Park *» S> r
i First Nat... 90<» 92.'» Peoples ••• •22 S .
i Fifth Nat... ."MV> 35«> phvnlx »i *** „
! Fifth Aw. . '-■• 45-TO Plata ■ «-* .a'"
Fourth Nat. IJ>2% 19R IMIiH Ex. M ■-*.
14th Street. I?*"* I*s Sherman -■• J» . :
c.allatln ..'. 320 MB Seaboard .-- 3&> ,
»^rn>M .:. 2P«> .■?<«•» (second «• — .
I German- Am I*O 15t> State -»» tlj
German -Ex. 455 — 12th W«rd... — J ~
rtermanla .. 550 MB 29 I Ward... ]£ !•
Gotham Nat IS* — Union Exch. ls> *^ >
Greenwich.. 2W. 2«» Wash Ht»..M _
Hanover ... •«<» *«•» (West Side... «•' — r
Imp * Tr.. sra> 575 |TorkTlll» ...«*'
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnished by W. N. Coler A Co. No. «S ~ ! "* .
street.) ' ■■ '
rued Interest to b« added)
•Rets.. 4';. Met . '30--60 UM'» l l t * f_
•4',. November. 1967 - U> * i^fi.*^
•4 V May. 1!«7..^ }'* {L .yi*
•4',. November. 1917 J«|> J,q
•4',. May. 1917 »«« t
•«a. May. 197.9 »» «.S>- fi
•4*. November. 1005 «J a»S ' >
•Is. May. IKV7 .->» "
•4». May. 1019 • •SS 9,*9 ,* *\|*
t4s. November. 196.V 3* »>*• £> .
Its. November. l»3»« •;!» 5* 3
- MS. November. 1934-» «** ST >
t3H. May. I9M !T* S%>'
+34. ISM » »i« ;9; 9
t3H. November. 1941 ?' S% ■'■
♦3V». November. IMB - ••• 9? » SO
«3H. November. 1883 - « Kg
13 H. November. 191- : •? • SB .
•»< November. 1014 »•
•Coupes* cst»rcha.=r«ib!s- -fßejUtirsd • l^° D ?*" " ■

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