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Guaranty Trust Co
of New York
28 Nassau Street
Capital - $5,000,000.
Surplus - 18.000.000.
Tilth Avenue Branch
514 Fifth Avenue
London It ranch
33 Lombard St., E. C.
IX»K *?.V!.E
*00 Ain^H«--n <iilrle «-«in.
MX» Amrrioan Brake >li<m> * rdrj. pfd.
•»O Piion <Jofcrnh* CruclM*
'«« lnt«rnatianal Xickcl pfd.
"*««> Oil IVlil* of M«\i«..
-f>« l>x_s <Tbr> < «>.
FREDERIC H. HfiTCH & CO.
V««.>r» In V-i]s«ted i>r.« Inactive Securities of
Railroads ar.d Ot!ier rr o rpor»Hons
the Vrit«"J S'st"* and Kl«e-vh»r«.
.10 BROAD STREET. NEW YORK.
Tfl r.140 to "1153 Brr<a-*. Inrlusive.
branch 6mc«». IS CONOnE*? 5 <T.. BO«TO>*.
Tcl«- r h«TT«. :•• 2MI 2S4S Fort Hill.
T rivatr t»-I«T>bnr!f:s b^ttvrrn N«-w York itrd Hoston.
4MEBIC4K EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK
HiHOVEB NATIONAL BANK
PARK BANS "RIGHTS"
t LIVTON* OaVaSßatC
2 *n**u m.
1852 1910
Jas, B. Colgate & Co.
SB nut l St.. New Tnrk
MTMBEa*" *UVTEST**l*e>-T
»•■ V. STOCK EX. BpyPS
«Rlir 10?; INFOKMATION
OX THE
PDRQUPINE GOLD OftMP.
W4RHE«. GZOWSKI & COMPANY
j.p^jTr EK c; TOR°NTu <~TCX~K EXCHANGE.
MOT *VOBK. t* «ROAI» -1 TORONTO.
OfScts cornTU^l by dirrrt ~- lr«*.
B. Smith & Co
I Bankers
(Philadelphia New York
w UKIQK TYPEWRITER CO. STOCK
w nni^ Hit :i:ii 1
K«-n. 45f». rroduc*- .Kxclians:*.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
THE ASiiniCAN XOBACOO COMPANY,
1 11 Tifth Avenue,
N>tn- York. .Tune 1. I*lo
A <-"iv d«T"* of I'—*^ Il*! 5 lten dftciarf a upo" the
rreferrea Mock of Th« Anuncan ToViacco Com
rarv j*yablf> on July I. V- 4 '". to stockholders
cf i-eeort at the e;o» of builders June .-••. l!' 10.
tticcUs Tvill be rntll"!*.
J. M. ""Y. HICKS, Treasurer
AMKKICAN sMFI' COMPANY.
11l I'ifth Avonur. New Yvrk. -tUT).- 1. \9W.
r>ivi.3en<Js= of *yn» atrl O»»»-"M*tf Her C>iU. on
the ...... and I'ive r*-r cent, ana
firs *>xtr-! Tt.o V*t Cent ■on the Common Estodc
r>f ATn'H'-an ?nufT Company ver» This riay ci"
.lsrccl, |wyaMe..~uly 14.I 4 . 1J»1O. to FtockholjScrs of
-■e.00r.1 at "the dose of busiiie?-! Ju:i' 1.".. T.""
-Chr^ks -"ill »-c njalled. E. P., CHHI.STIAN.
Pr»ry. ft- Trea^. '
\>il f{|« CAIt AND MfKV CO.
New York. Jim- 1. l«0.
I'B.EFEnnKD CAPTTAX. STOCK
DHIDEXD NO. -i'
> <Ji-> i<3cT\<i of <>nc anJ ■hr.-, -quarters T>er
e*nT «14,.«*» on Uh l'rtfrrr'd Stork of this
•'omj<r.ny lias tliis fiay \^*;i dor]ar«H3. jiayabli
July 3. 1910. to stockholder* of record, at the
clo*e cf buyinrts Jutie l«t. 1910.
Clie»ks wi;i V in»ili-.l by the Ouaranty Trust
Comma? of New York.
WM. SI. HAGEH, Secretary-.
S. S. I>E I.ANO. Treapurer.
»MI,l;|( \\ < \l! ani> I«HM»KY «o.
Nev York. .lu-i^ I, 1910.
COMMON ■ ITAL, BTOCK
DIVIDEKD NO. ol
A <*l\id^nd of on.-hfllf per cent ("i r rt on
*he Common Sto<k of tiiis Oompanr lias this
.■ay been oeclar»-«1. t>ayaMe July 1- 191«. to
«t«>rVih«l<Jer« *>t record at tlic close of V.usir.ess
.Tune 1«. IHO. _
Chfck^ v, ill b«> maiua by the Guaranty Trust
Company of New York.
tvm. M. IIAGGU, Secretary
t^. DB I.ANO. Treasurer.
OFFICE OF
8 T*n: M.\<;Aia I\i Us rmvKß to..
IS r:-"sd Street. New Tork. June -J. 1810.
Tl-«> Puartl i<f l.>irf .;•<.!>. have tlfolarod :t aivf
«*.end <>T $2 per <>n thr of ini">
•'ompnny from lh« tnirplin n^t inconi* 1 . -;>aya.M«"
on nn<l afiT .Inly """i l'.'lO -o Elorkholdcrs of
record m iho IRth <la-- of "July. I9JO.
K. J-. I/JVELACE. gecretary.
' PfTWHT * Mt«KlN\< BAII.WAV CO.
40 AVHII St.. N. Y. City. May 33rd, 1910.
* <sivi«l»«d r>T t <vp pnd on< -half per cent.
O"»'»i *i»s Ih;s i:ar »-e«»n dec!»rwd on the
r>»r^r"-1 capital y'.oc-k of ihis rompan;-. pay
«M* .Tul>- lsl. T-'lo. to ?-torkh"l<!-rs f»f rforfl
it -h« fioj*- "f bu^inosjt .Tun*- 17-ih. X»1<1 The
Tr *.fc TT «wl ftook tranter >>nnl,-P will Hose June
If.tr. ir»T«> sad reopen July Bth. ".•lt'.
<". p. rOI,F.**ROOK._Tre-«.
(;EVEBAI< CIIKMICAI. » roMI'XNY
2,'. Hroa«i 6tr»«t. N"« York. .1W 1. 10K'-
The r<-,tular qwuterly dividend or r.r.e ana
nnv-haV ji*r >-»ni. (l*>i<*t>l «r«l be paid July *£t.
r- of record at 3
r M.. Monday. lone 20th. IMO.
JAHSS 1.. 'MOKGAX. Treasarer.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET. —Money on call!
rp»ned at "'•* P'-r cent: blithest. 3"n P^r
• <-r.t: Um-«^=t. -*i per cent: closing. :;■■« per
« cm: ruling r£i-e. */-« v*r cent. Time money
tvas r^t *!i heavy supply, but at the same
tune there was practical 3 v r.o demand, ex
<H't for th*». long periods. Hates: .""^ifr
" ! « per <v-nt. fur sixty and ninety days.
t*t>t cf-r.t. for four months. 4'ij4"i per
nent. for live :iri«i six inoni'ip. *'Y>i ' 3<3 < per
• ■*nt. for over the vcar. Mercantile paper
« imo into the mark*-; with som»' freedom,
•neoTir;- with a fairly rari«l absorption-
Hates. A" t 'n 5 per r<>ni. for sixty an<l ninety
<lavF. Indorsed lil^s receivable and choice
•<>ur t-.« t^ix month? prime •■ingle names,
J'ft ~< l/ z- P°r cent, for others.
E*OBE"XGN EXCHANGE. — The foreign ex
*-!i3r>E' > mark* t <!-><~-!iefl steaOy. with cables
•Hi«n<?<* at 4.K7«J0' r 'L'i.*77o. <3oman<3 *t«rilni~: at
4.*-7"< and thirty -day J>jli.< at i.hV 4 v/
•MV Short francs was around s.lS'-s less
r-*; # ?j ;..lfc ; « ]f>ss J-16 a.nd short r^-iehs
•nark:; :\Vi less \-T,". Tin- ir.ark"t ■»&« weak
1n the """waiter part of the da; - . rates falling
IS to Cm. points ttom ihr o;»».-ninp to 4>705
for flcmand bills. Subsequently th«» market
l»e&ain«j a ESubde sioadior and cables ere
• luotort at 4>7<.'.f.i 4>7 l r . <i<-r.iar<l at
<.h:w[il.cTi:t and" tixly-<3a.y b!!I> at 4.543;' a
-i.v;v 4 . Sljort francs held around f>."S' c less
1-1* at.O Khort retchstnsirk-- 9.".' . less 1-32.
BackersT posted ra'cs follow:
biity '"sysk Demar.A.
F-^rlirß 4 •«" , «- s §^»
niiiutllj". relchsniarK? "*<•* W"4
Puts, frar.es i- 29^ r ' *"'-
Helltlmu. rr*nor r».'. 1 o f li *•!>•-*
tiwitstttuA ?rar.cs O.itt'* 0 17 4
lioV-znl. £-ji!afrs 40 40 ? »
tSoMESTIC EXCHANGE. - Boston, par;
'Thicaj-o, ZOz discount: San Francisco, t:ght
tr prvmimn, telegraph ' i-i -'' premium- New
OriestßS. commercial Z3e dis-court. bank SI
■prrnuurii: Charleston, hyyin? j.-ir r.eliin-*
i-lCc premiaa: Bt. L«o:*is. l-c premium bid.
:: rer c prtjnluni arUed: Mlnne&polix. 6ttc pr"
•nl'irn; F>*^*»ri*'-«"^ < bu>!:;j-. :.-:0c <iisco > jiit,
"eeQinS var.
BANK CXjSARTNGR - N>*v Yorl-. i»x
«-*:ariS"-s 5313.5':fc,T47, Ijßlan<-M 514.13f.C64:
■■'altirnor*. exchkn^M piJUiJSS, bslancc-s
*<ZIAI7: Chi'-spo, «r.chant<>s %.'Z.f.i7.l'<j. Im.l
:r.cts 5",227,i>>4: Bosior, «rxcharj;ri. J27, 03*r,;*7,
baiaaoes ??-12.o«.
EIISVTSR MARK ETT.— Commercial ar fiil
•ivj, iiUc: Mexican sflver tioUctss. 4tc. Bar
tllvt-r :il L^>ntlon closed at I 4* c d. unchanged.
•,01-1> PKi:.MIUM.— Jn Madrid, €.X; Lis
bon, :•>.
% '>;x:CAr» EXCHANGE.— Mexican ex
«-.-~-ngo on New Y<V*S is quoled at r.Ol l^
GOVERNMENT B DCEIPTR — Receipts
*".-«.m cuFtosufc yesterday were %:,'S>:-M'J. U.
t^m«! rcvc3.u-_- Jl.Cii.'w. and u>i&<.:t-l!a*ic-ous
5^".fc.2w4- a. tvlul of $3.&*Zs>. a^aJt^st total
• ipct:<litar»a on ordinary account of Jl,J*4,-
S7!s i"or tin- month to dat«- ordinary le
■ riptf ha\<- Li-vn $y>.l<''i.H<k hill ordinary tx
-it-iidi'. :r«*s MC'-iZ.OZZ. the csce«s «f rt-ceii-ts
ttmouiitiii^ to S^.biS'.bli".. For the :lsc*il year
-o d:-te ordinary t, r-^:pts lia-.e lx-cn J. r&.',>S7.
«72. as*!*"'-* t-'-ih^ r -,TJ2 in the F-ain«- rime in
"<"•> as;d crdinary cxp«";d;fjros JCC'j.Ti:,*^. 1 .
?-g. : untt S6l2.4j'J,'.'C in IK?:-, the excess of 01
ji-nflitures thi? year aniCJr.i :*".*,- tv Zl2.fM.
.47 co~ipa!ed witli »n '•>cc.'^. last year of
?;i-'«:«7.Xi ( . Indodlnc Paa«3»* «**nal acco.int
hti4 piihlir *]€!•:, tte <x<e.is if ail exprjuii
,;" ;r *=f" over rwreiptfl iinco .Tuly amounts *o
J^i^] .?>*%. aira^.M e.n er:ce.-s !i< the-«orre
4cosfijr.*r r,c r> <-"1 a year aj,"u of f£&lSQ a £B3.
trß-TREASCRV— T' I .*? Bttb-TwaTOTj -*rfiS
ci"ed.::r to tl.a Cleuisffr Hesse JK-T.455.
STOCK PRICES DECLINE 10 NEW LOW LEVELS FOR THE YEAR
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHA^S SALES— WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1, 1810.
■ :fl3Sr,, H":* = l »^^ V^^WFfsTTfl l
«T.Kift!-W Amalßamated Cop^ 6Sli 68% 8»» 67% «iW «7% 400-1 ;Uonp Island :»1 M 63 63 63 \bb
-OTO'— l" Un-»r!ran IKet Su^ar SS'I I X*-* 34T» 3-'» S»V« "» 2,700—2 Iy>ulsvllle & Nashville 144.-A 144*4 IJ°H i*2 "*^» "-,
» «im- * «». [American Can %z*M w i "1 9>i Wi "s 510—4 Manhattan Elevated 134 « « if PiS? f =
-Si 4 JSSSS Sr & iwl^|S iSns3 lfflf if* Pg»Kjg» - ™h\, &*£ p- *S;at m. pr.. i« i« im if* 1? ua
SOOUatt American Cotton Oil jo)i 60 €0 W t.l 62 7,100,— "i Mo., Kan. & Texas *»}£ 3?J| 3S.j -^ -^
Mop 2 lAmerican Hide & leather. 616{« 1«I 8 . L«% i?2Shf,V iMn.. Kan. & Texas Pr 68 »; CS^ ; kL •II I ,i 2», Si 2
< Amer. Hide ft l^atUor pr! S«H MW M& S^ «X #* 4,(^ -IS Mlaourt Pacific ""••(•?* Lg L^ll^lS !m! m
J (American Ie« Becurlties.! B\*t 3H 3 ! v -'- » ?* .g - .Nashville & Chattanooga.. ( l 32 ;U2; U2 IM 33 ,130 i»
- U ; _ r* !a« er ca trornothe . ..! 4« 4S 4.". 45si « : m 5.9001- % National Lead . i 7^4 75* J3% <J9» .44 «!£
r i»U 2 lAmeriam Malt pr... 33% 354 SoY- 1 S&Hj 35 3S lW!-2'i National of Mexico pr b4 b4 64 «#« # 63 W
-. 63^ ! '_ i* aSSSS SmoltinK I 75-t! u.^ 74 i ::.««! 75% 75-£ 1.400- 14 National of Mexico 2d pr. 27 27 26% a.;.- 38>a
"l^'-ij ASoi-c.m stnH lniTpr.V. '.I M '141 ! 1 » 3.3001- Nevada Cbnsol. Copper.... ! W4 1 20£ ; 19^ 20J ? -i -
2Vi l»(im*ri^n l=Viundrv tVJ* 1 . 53»il 52 I K! 1^! 52U 52% 200 —2'k New York Air Brake fs% 69" 4 bSU €5".4 68- 71
ill Hi ISA ■15%«6 %4 V i ii i^^lpp 1111
I " T\ ole S3 a M M SvM«« UNh Norfolk & Western MO MO% »Vi 10M4 lOMk » ,
=v~ «• Arr^riSrl Woolen rr »4 m\ K% 98*4 98« » U«M-« North American 170 I TOu. ©% 704 To3j 70^
• ; . A : <oUn r :::::::: ;■< SJ «& S«2 «% ".s»-g Northern padac
-•". I '.* MchlSn rr 01 01 «2 10M4 iw M BO,«00- T4 Pennsylvania Railroad ....1"2% 132»4 I 2» 4 UO%UIK ««%
i.S - C j^tianiTc "coU" lu^:::::::::iw.!ii»%iis h^hm, u-: i.«o) + H People's Gas & Coke 10«| lttW l«l- Itfg 'SSz I^'
•C.7W-l»i Baltimore * Ohio 112 '112 109HjUl%lU 111% WO,- « P., : . C.. C. & St. L I ?ei- 1 , 1 ?2 98= 4 09% ?2n S9?i
a -n'— 'l 'Ratonilas Mininjr ! ""u "-Til 2%\ 2H 2*4 3 WV— *i Pittsburg- Coal 18% 19 ISVji 19 19 2P>
Sot 2 SVhfebSn Ste^l '«? 27- ■»* j'aß? 28% 27% SOO 1 -2% Pressed S\e*\ Car S« 36 SS SO 3<5 S7
15.™--; rookl^ m i:aS Transit" rW 7Mi 77% TS^i 7?^s 78»« 300'— l Pressed Steel Car pr IM ■98!98 ;93 ! W}4 P Q
20© _i2 Brunswick 11 » 10 10 8 II; '• — Pullman Palace Car 161% 161% M 1«1 ;lM)WI*l!«i; lM)WI*l!«i
too 5 Rittorirk Co 30? ISO » 30 29% SOU »M P«re Marquette Ist pr S3 Ifßl oO 50 - —
F S"i^ 'c-uVad Han Pacific h» VT-.irc-, 194%1P4U W^* »»I-H4 Railway Steel Spring ! 39% : 3!»K- * » * »*
r*o-lti 'Central leather pr 108 1108 |106* l lo6^ MwdlOT^ 228.<30-l»S Read ncr .^ lg% ICT»4 183 -^ll I"*PS*1 "* PS*
100—-, Central of New Jersey 1270 270 '270 270 270 1290 100 • Readinp Ist pr SI 91 SI ■91 '90 91%
'•• Sh^aaVsiw &Ohlo!T.. «n S«UI 88 U¥,\S3%\ f3% 1.70W-SU Readinp 2d pr 198%1 98% M «J4 99 M »
"•<. V -:: 'ChiraiTo A- Alton i 4". 43 45 45 45 v 47 X.WO{-« Republic Iron &- Steel !S3I 33 30% 32% 32 »4
1 looil I" 'eh -co C.v Astern ; 26U 27 '&4 27 26% 27 I.*^'- 7 *. Republic Iron & Steel pr..! 97% 57% 96% m\ 96% 97 .
**«gj +.J 2 ,<;hca^ ,;, t^ern .„.. a#la #1 «v -.. CM -».*. M -v> !- $ Rock Island I 403 4 i 41% 38% 41 40% 40"i
I.iw:-«J Chicago & Northwestern.. MS 149 n 1 ? 1 ?. 149 iJ^tehS4S.SS::::::::B 6o MS 8%&4
im' IChiriiro ITnirin Tmct Tjr 1 7 7 7 7 7-10 J.sOO! — 2 St. Jx &b. r . 2d pr 4b 46 i 4J I' 41 '4 44 44'« 44'/^
m> Z! c 'c c *st ™^..^::: bm mdn » TO a 2.100- St.. Louis Southwestern... 31*; l 31*4 SOU 31 3HiSI%
I^lV, ! olorido "Aei A- iron::"::! 36^ 36% S3 35 30-^37*^ «-»» St. Louis Southwestern pr.) 7'?;! 74^1 V 73%] 73% 74
-•^■Z l^ rnlnrauta *• South-™ ' 6 1 "' !»-69 'S9 58*; f.P 7001- 4 Sloss-Sheff. Steel & 1r0n...' 71 I .1... .0 3 .1 *l 70'Z 71%
ion^ lii roorldo & Southern £d "nfl T^ 7.; 7-5 76 5* 178 73.010- % Southern Pacific !121%'121^ 1^.1211,121 g 121H
l^\ t* ico! " iVo^k Coal & Iron. 6% Xl "3 4 5* »fi 2.1"0' ♦i s Southern Railway 25% 25% 25% 25% 25% 25?!
liaoof-m ICblusolldated Gas *™. 1136^137 1134-4 !136%i156H.!136^ 2.000 - g Southern Railway pr j « « gj? « «g 6!..
i c- Com Products lief i 15 I 15 1 14* 15 I 14V 15 fWV|i +*4 Tennessee Copper ! 20% 2bU 2*'« 26'^ 25% 2t> 3 ,
••woZIU Con, Products Rof "' r r. '. Wi 76J41 WI 76 74 I 76U UWr'X Texas & Faciflc 30% SO% 29% 30 29# 3$
-.v.-, i•' Comstack 28 136i2^ ! X - !-' lOn'-l Tex. & Pan. Land Trust... S3 (89 S3 S3 91 95
1.000- i, JDelawarf &- Hudson 166%|167 165%1167 167% 168% JST".* Third Avenue Railroad. ...l -g,/' S, 5% 5% ■&& =6»i
SJwEsS Denver & Rio Grande.: ..• 38? 38 36% 37% 37?S ?S »0 -»„ Toledo , St. Louis & West. ISM 33*4 S3 33 SI ? : 32
rsno— l'i Denver & Rio Grande pr 79% 79% 78 7& 78% 75% Im"'— l* iLmo:i Bag- & Paper !IT 8 , ll* ,% 9 ,
1 v«_i Distiilintr f-ecuriti^s 30 T-0 » i 29 »C 30 140.500-^5 Union Pacific 178\178%175 176TJ.176*?! 176^4
IV- *; D, 6a & T :MM 14 > U n\ IS 1.000-I Union Pacific P I 94%! 94% ! 93%' 93%' 93% l 93*
7«e - : r-i.. 27 27 "* 26U 264 26% 150-3 United Dry Goods [106 106 106 1106 1105 ll«7%
i'flOO-S-'T lErie irt'pr.V.'.V.V.V..! '.'.''.'.'.'.'. 45 ; 4.'. ! 43%| 44 I 43% 44% ISO)- % United Dry Goods pr 108 108 106 106 (105% 106
S5 "■-• !Eri> M=pr ' I 34Ai 34% 34% 34% l 35%! 36 "»0-l U. S. Realty & Imp '73 '73 ! 72%| 72%! 728*1 73
»! __I General Chemical Co. r... 1102i.i 102»4il02%!102Ull01 hh O3O 3 WOW— U. S. Rubber • \ 39 LS* 38 39 39% 35%
3. r A>_? 'o-nerai E3ectricCo.V-.rH 1 147 147 l 144% 145 -145% 147 700-1 U. S. Rubber Ist pr 11l 111 110 111 110% 111
*JI2S : — 'k Great Northern pr !132 1133 Il23*«!l'n*vl3l.--4!l31"-s 2001—3 U. S. Rubber 2d pr .6 '7b !76 76 76 !.8
iTW-l Great Northern we *ctfs.:: 61-jj 61^) 61 161 I 61U 272.600J- % United States Steel ! 79**! 79% 78%| 79% 795! 79* i
100 -- - Havana Electric Railway!. 95% 95% 95% 95%' 95% l 96% 4.900 - % } United States Steel pr 117% 117*4 116 - 116% 116% 11«%»
i"V +i- iHonif stake ...! 861 S6 !86 186 85% 86 4,700 —1% Utah Copper 45 45 | 42% 44 ! 44% 45
1 inn -—Illinois Central ... 133%!183% l 130%h33% 133 t 134% 11.600 -— Vlr^inia-Caro. Chem 59% g*,i\ 58 69% 59% 59%
i:9W -=• mterbor.-Metropolitan ..... 19%! 19«,J »*' 19? 19 I 13% *fj«jr" U [Vfr^inla-Caro. Chem. pr... 123 123 123 123 123 124
-..ono-s? interbor.-MetropoMtan pr.. 63%] 53 51% E2% 62% 57% 2,2« — % abash 19% 19 4 18« 19% »% 28
IC2SP - -'4 ! International Har^-e fer... 1 r*% r>«i.. 1 M%l 95% :95 \ 95% 15,300 — 'Wabash pr .. ! 43i 8 l 4.> is 39', 42% I' 4C\' 43
'3OO 11 — 1 International Han-ester pr!l22« 122% 122 122 120%!122 g ■- *rt ells. Farsro Express !170 170 168 loS M 7 175
650— 1% International Paper 13 12 i 11% 11% 11 | Hi; B* -I*4 Western Maryland ...; «%W5% 44% 44% 44% 45
•jmv_ 34 International Paper pr.... 51*-i 51% l 51% 51^1 51 51% 4001-1 ' extern Union Telegraph. 67 167 67 »>7 « 68 .
GOOSr-lV -Inter. .Steam Pump 1 46% 1 46% 1 45% 45% ■«:.■% 46*4 8.5001— 2% Westlnsrhouse Mf^. 82 62 ■| 59 60 ' 59% 60
? on:-n* "Inter. Steam Pump pr s< IS4 ! 83« 83^1 83% 85 300J— 1% ! "A heel. & Lake Brie 24 pr. »%l 43«r 4% 4» s 4 ! 4%
48tj— 1% Central IS j 19%' l < ! 18%! 18% t 19 800j-2% (Wisconsin Central G8 50% 43** B0%! 60*4] 61
r-2^o'-*" 'Kansas City Southern I r.2%' ::^-_. 31%! 32% l 32%! 33 I 1 J I I I II
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. Total sales for the day, 1.30-99" snares, compared with 733,555
_____ , — . shares for the corresponding- day In ISO?.
lS™ic?Si lOp iCHTiLowTFinl!Bid°si C HTiLowTFinl!Bid°sA k Total sales, January 1 to June 1. Inclusive, 82,304,19: share?.
~iTr^riFoiirth Nation^ !185*^7~!lS&MS7~irS3~liW~" compared with 81,m334 shares for the Fame period in 190?. (
FINANCIAL MARKET
Heavy Liquidation and Bear
Pressure in Stocks.
■further violent declines marked the
course of stock market prices In yester
day's transactions, the downward move
ment representing professional pressure
and actual liquidation, the volume of
the latter bein--- enormous and coming
from speculative pools and individuals
-K-hosa margins were seriously impaired
in ml 113"* II operations. Overnight
consideration of the action of the gov
ernment in bringing injunction proceed
ings against the proposed advance in
freight rates by twenty-five Western
railroads and the decision by the Su
1 i- me Court against the railroads In the
Missouri River rate case did not im
prove the "Wall Street view of the effect
of the two factors upon the transporta
tion buEine&s of the country, while the
old theory that the administration's pol
icies are antagonistic to corporate in
terests was revived in a manner that
had -a most disastrous influence upon
bull accounts carried upon borrowed
money. The situation was painted in
black without a colored border. And
yet In sortie banking circles the blame
for the collapse in prices was placed to
the credit of the railroads for announc
ing an increase in rates "without present
ing convincing; proofs that an increase
was justified, the action of the railroads,
it was argued, practically being a de
fiance of the Washington authorities
at a time when public opinion was
strongly opposed to higher transporta
tion charges.
Bear sentiment was intensified by the
idea tli at pending negotiations for
further financing of American securities
abroad would be seriously affected by
the administration's move against the
railroads, while the suggestion from a
prominent banking house that "•busi
ness interests will have to organize for
political protection" failed to encourage
the trooping spirits of the speculative
conununity. which apparently believed
that industrial chaos was about to de
velop. Foreign houses took advantage
of the drop in prices to buy upward of
7<\ooo shares in the local market.
Banking interests made DO attempt* to
stay the decline, but they were buyers
on each new wave of selling, and In ad
dition to their buying heavy purchases
were reported for the account of outside
capitalists, Who only come into the
Street when prices reach bargain levels.
United States Steel common was among
the few Issues that received active sup
port, its relative strength, however, ex
erting no effect upon the general list of
active stocks, in which maximum losses
ran from 2 to 7 points, with the heaviest
decline in St. Paul, which sold as low as
129**. closing at 130 1 -.. as compared
-Aith Tuesday's final at 136 ? 4 . On the
whole the industrials acted letter than
the railroad*. In the last hour covering
of shorts brought about substantial ral
lies, and at the dose the market pre
sented a much Improved position over
thai repotted earlier In the day. Weak
ness in Ft. Paul was accentuated by the
Belling, based upon the relatively high
cost of the company's bend financing in
Par's »nd the fact that th's financing
■will place an additional interest charge
of 52,000,000 ahead of dividends. There
was no material change In money rate?
yesterday, but sterling exchange was
weak under the influence of larger offer
ings of bii'3 against cotton and grain
exports and sales of American securi
ties in rope.
Ilailrnad net earnings for the month
Of April now coming to hand reflect the
increased cost of operating as a noting
fiuer.ee of increased wages and the high
prices of supplies and materials, the ef
fect of these factors being more pro
nounced upon the returns of the West*
crn companies than upon those of the
roads in the East, the latter so far hav
ing been able to maintain a moderate
proportion of the gain in gross receipts
in net. It i- this reduction in net oper
ating Income at. &. tim^ when the gov
ernment Is rrrc-sing an advance in
NEW-YORK »AILY TRIBUNE, TrTrnSDAY. Jl NX 2. MttA
froipht rates that worries "Wall Street,
despite the argument that under a natu
ral Increase in the country's general
business gross earnings will expand to
an extent large enough to offset higher
operating costs. At the moment, how
ever, Wail "Street is not Impressed with
the strength of the business situation,
notwithstanding: the excellent prospects
for large harvests, the solid condition of
the steel industry and th« decline in
commodity prices that must strengthen
our position in foreign trade, and it is
selling stocks more from unreasonable
fright than from a calm consideration
of the future of the American railroads
and the improbability of a general re
duction of dividends. Holders of rail
road securities may rest assured that
the federal courts -will not countenance
legislation or government policies that
might tend to compel the transportation
companies to do business al a loss.
BOND MARKET SALES.
i 3000 Jap 4'i5..3. 04 .61 8000 1. G Ist 55...
BOM do -■;... Mii 3000 L 8 & M So
! 4000 Argentine Be 9&& Deb 4? *"'z
4000 do frtS'silOOOO I. & N L" 45. 084
1000 V S of M .'s Stf*.! 20000 Man Con 45.. *>•>
1000 Va »'■» ]'•;■'! i 4000 Marine 4»' 2 5.. 85
Ctfs 44 I<**» <!■> <; ' *
! nooo <io 41 :!<«>l rio ........ 64%
6000 'in 40 I'JOO II St Ry Gen
2000 N V C 4'i,s ! f.B 75
19.17 i"7 s ; I 2000 do Ctfa.... 75%
[ 1000 do I" 7 '- 3000 M Cent Con
i ISOOO ..-. 1-.s Hts.lOl's : 4" ci i
! S.*ttXH» do . 101 l;**™ MX & E Jm.IOSVs
1009 <1o 101U 2000 MX & T let
. :yM»> „.: 4s 1937 :•'•» 4s ?>S
8000 do '■«■■'<<, - «00 do 3d 82" ?
| aW do 1051*. ... t>»'i 1000 (in Kef 4=.. 82%
800 AllU-Ch .'>?.. " 4 4000 do S V 4" ; - 68
SOOO do 77' i 1000 Mo 1' Cvt f'S. iWi
f..»»> do ... 7S 2000 >foh £ -M 4?-. OS"*
2000 Am I' it Im 1000 N Tiys of M
5a .. 107 4' a s ?4'«.
1000 Am T & T 1000 X V C Deb
Cvt 4.- I-" 1 7 . i 1934 W
j 10000 do 10(t>» L>^<>"> do t'- : s
i SOOOO do - 100 1T' V " do Gen 3Hs M>'s
lo'jOo do Col 4s. **•';! 6000 do S3
12000 Am Tob 88.105% 2000 XYQ ft EL,
3«.»> do ia"»»-ii 1 II & Cs. . 100' i
SOOO do 105 14000 do 4s M
UOM d-> 4b 78% l<»00 do 83"4
6000 do 76^4 : 23000 X T X II & 1!
9000 do 78% neb «5 182
3000 Armour 4"is J»l l » 87000 do 1 •''■'
4000 do !'l 6 i 3000 do 13U 3
lOL^O A T 4- S P ; 1000 N V S & W
\.ii 4s ftp >V Gen os F»
|0M do Gen 4;-. \-*\ 2000 N V Tel 4Vis 07H
:touO do 98% 11000 do »7't
lfK)O(> do US 7 i 1000 N ft W Cvt
00000 do Cvt ss. 100 ' 4s 101*4
10000 do 108% 10000 d o 3'«> 7 »
10<i0 <i.> l" 8000 do 100«4
«000 <io 108% 5000 do 100%
30000 do Cvt 45. W7 13000 do 100%
•MOO do lO6H 20000 do 100%
3000 co 106% 400<t do KXl'i
woo do i!>.'"«' 5000 do 100%
MMW do 108 . #3000 do 100
ISIOOO do 19C0 i.V- i| 4000 do T'lv 45.. J>2 : i
31000 do K'--\i 1000 S P Gen as.. 71
leno do 102% £000 .'. -, 70?« !
19000 At < : I. t N ! 2000 d.> 70' 3 |
4 s 91% I<J< m) do 70 i
MOO do t»l WOO do 7" ri *
2000 Vj. & O Go!.l 8000 do Pr 45... 101 %
4s t'7% 0000 do 101' i ;
3O(iiV) do 1" lO00«> do 101%
,-^it<> do frK'il 4000 do 101
3000 do iIQi IQ « 10000 OR & N Con
3000 do PI-i; & 4s P.".
w v 4s. M i 1000 do 96U
1 3000 Beth St] C.3.. 86% 1000 O S I, Ist Cs.lli :
i MOO do - ..88 | •_:• .. do Gtd I>f \
| 10008 X T 4?.. M I 4s 92 T »
I 10000 do v; ' 1000 par C Ist us. 104*4
, 4000 do «2' 4 4000 do 104%
| 1000 n r El Ist. lol 1000 V T & T .v :>;
1000 C So Ist Ext 1000 Perm Cvi 3%i f»'i
«s 104 : 1000 do '■ •1 .
I 12-W do IM K»% 11O0H do ... •*%
8Of«> Cent I, r.s.. OHM; • 42OTX) do "' - 1915 W»i I
1000 Cent of X J \ 19000 do MM :
Gen 5s ...122% OUOO do W%
4000 C P«c Gtd 4-- M I 9000 P«o & E Inc -''7
Trtx-i do °'"''* i 1 10000 do .. . 6«'t :
1<««> do MM 3000 P V W & C
23000 C * O Cnvt C 17- 10."i
4< V !« ...... f»4'ii f-000 n*>a-l Gpii 4s. !•>< i
no "i *-.o M ' 8000 d■. ■•'7 T » '
J4OOO do ■ ' J-':>J -' :> 14000 do ... 98
28000 <■< ■ 93« i 1000 81 I, IM i S
10000 do ;'; ' : "*> Gen 80. . 10»?
.vx>o do . ... »4 i 2000 BtL*BFR
ioirt c a \ r>s... ;.v_ -,; Gen Cs.. 5 7%
i 1000 do ■"•' " " 15000 do *7'
MOO do . . . 70' j) «win ,r, h', 1 i
1000 Chic & X V." ! 11000 do Kef 45.. 814
GeJi -'.<■ SS i 8000 SAL AdJ 5s 72:
3fW» oo M Ext I 1000 go PC T 4*. 91 ;
7s . 102% ' 8000 do . ... >y~t ;
.'•eono c 8 i Q Jt 1 3'.">j'> do Ist K»f
4- "''. 3 4 4s 94%
MM to I Dlv 15000 do P' ! * :
4s *>5--i 6000 do 04 '
€»'<oo C M * ft P j 145000 do Cvt 45.. Wi
<« 1834 92^ ! 7Po<>» do 09 ! ' l
Tw> do Gen 4s I IHOOO do P9*»
A Wi ■ 19000 <2}2 } P^i
Vi'->0 60 . •90 60000 do ... ... W-»
MM do '*•*» i I.S»XiO do 90"'i
4 yo"> Cn 99U ! 62000 do . . M%
10iX» C It I ft P . TOQO So Ry Gen 4s 77
Gen 4- n*i'i' • 1000 do 7«» 717 1 !
2.T00 do f.f-i 4s. >«7"4 14i«'iO do 77
i-«-> do 87H 3000 Third A* Cob
BOM do 87% 46 Btpd. . a
9MO •■■ 87*4 l 6000 IT El I> •' -• 84% :
l^iO do RR 4a "•'.••, l 8000 V P l"t 45.. 101 - ; '
MM da ■ 7.".. woo do B % '■'■>.
IMM do 7.V-4I .VXK> ■ d.» 100 ■
3000 d-> . 75*4121000 do Ist R»i
3300 C A. B R«f & 4s MH
r.x: 4%a ■ '■'• 2000 do !*«•*
4000 D .* II <' • i? 000 do MS
4s •" 1 7sooo do Cvt 4a. .108%
4000 do Ref 4s. i RT/jOO ,j,, 103%
fUV'iO do - ..:•>■ .'■ >j <«i ... l () .'t '
1«iO Den .'. T : Q Ir.JOOO ,i,, . loi'i I
Ref C*. »2 I s,«..k> do 103*4
30O<in <;<, ... "'■... UIOOO do . Hi.-/-, I
i<v<n do •• onion do ■ Jo 3*4
K^ Erie Ist Ccn i '**.», da 103»i
4i . 8294 1 sow •■ h Rub Bi . . ioshi
»000 r> ' '>: 4.- 142000 L H SSI 6 I-"*
A 78 I r.* 104
SOO.) do 74*4 •...in do 10.1' i
2000 Ft Wt DC ! lannn d • JO::* t
Xat 111*4 i,-f>.| do R«« 103*» :
ICOf.iO <".- *>l D«b I -.i.,, do io^"» j
6? . K;!> I 8000 Va-C Ch Ist
10000 de 133 j .- r. ... fISU
MOO Si n D«b B 1". MOO Va M Gen tt.l'XsVj'
BOND MARKET SALES.
■' 1000 Han * St .1 ' 2<W. <j o 105%
Con Se 101 V 11000 V, ab R & Ext
1000 Hock Val Ist I is Co : i
■ IHs l"0 30000 d-, SMi
"<W> Til C Ref 4;. WHI7TOOO do «9H
53000 Int-Met 4'-s ?r>\ anOOO do 6SW*,
8000 do IV- Ti«> do •»»»
•Vh>O do 7!»'j ! 5000 do «9
srwyio 00 7S> I 1000 do 68%
1000 do T&% 2000 do 88%
, 27004> do 7S'4 2ionrt do 68
I .•cj.o.'O ,],, 7S 4.-.O.V> do *iT
I 80000 do 78»412UKW do «7>«
I lf»0(«" do 7f«s|3Booo do 67 i
j 1<K»O do 7S*i 8000 do .• 67 T fc
2800 do 7f" 4 I'vnh* d-. eBVi
■ 1000 I & G N 3d. 22 1000 "Wab P T M
1000 Int P Cvt 5s 03 Ctfs .... 5
11000 X C F S & I 1000 West Md 4s. S4
M 4sM 75,4 4000 do S4';
; 3000 X C So 6e. .100 70<v> M'et-t a P 03. W
1000 X Co El 4s ! SOOO West Sh 4c..lO>lTi
Strd 84% ♦UiOO \v U •■ T Bs. no
j 4000 la t: * TV ! 1000 do Cnvt 4r
lft cs 111 I a 1007 i
; $ Ttital sales of bond?, $",301,500.
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
and the closing quotations for stocks in
which there wcro no transactons yesterday
J on the New York Stock Exchange:
T^ast Closing,
i sal*. Bid. Asked.
' Allis-Chalmers Co 9% 9 O\,
'< Am Agr Cliem 4.V.i *"'i 43Ǥ
i Am Agr Chem prcf 100 10t> 103
I Am Coal 120 "> 180
{Am Dlst Tel 20 15 30
j Am Express 250 144' 7 270
I Am Locomotive pref... . IM 105 I'JB
I Am Malt 6 s«i 6
Am Smelt pref B f-*\ 85% S) i
1 Am Snuff 5*,". 2*.*. .".)0
Am .Snuff pref 101 f>o l«'i>
i An. Sugar pref 122 lift IL'2
Am Tel & Cable 7:. 71 75
Ann Arbor 33 2.« S<s
Ann Arbor pref 70 >>-"• 72
Bait & Ohio pref 90!£ 90 'M
Bethlehem Steel pref... S3 — .17
Bklj-n Un <Jas 1471 1U 147
Bolt R & P 05 95 107
i Buff It ft I' pref 12*. 125 130
1 Buffalo A. Susq pref 21» r.n
Can Southern 67 64% 71
Cent &So Am Te1......11.'< 118 ;
Chic & Alton pref 89 — . CO
Chic B & Q 225 200 _
i Chic I & L. pref - •» vi
Chic M & St I' pref ■•■• 165K 151*4 v ~\r<\
i Chic &- Northwest pref.2o4"i 21<>
C St 1* M & 0 180 I.}O 150
C St V M & O pref I."><.> 155 165
Chic Union Tract 2Vi 2% 3 ! a
C C C*& St L. pref 1031*, 100 if>s
Col Fuel & Iron prcf...m&, 114',» US
Col & So Ist pref 77 : , 7« 7S
D I . & W 56.*. 66« «'J
1) M 4 Ft D 9 f> 18
; Detroit United R R ... fi9'4 68 »>
iDSStAt pref 28% 25 2S
Evana & T II to' 55 62
Evans & T II pref 88H 75 82
Fed M ft S 41 33 40
Fed M . . S pref 70% 64 67
Fed Sugar 60 ■*<> «0
Fed Sugar pr»f 95 >*) 100'
Gen Chem Co Ofl 9.<'4 9!»
I Granby Mining 4*> .1":. 100
'Havana lilec Ry pref... 96 — ■ 97
Ingersoll-nand Co 1«S 100 —
Ixicersoll-Rand Co pref.. S4'-i 97 —
lov.a Central pref ::rH4 S«l "9
Kanawha & Mlcli 95 ii> —
Kan City & So pref 67 «5 67
X C Ft 8 & M pref 7R 75 80
Keok & D il B « 9
i Keck & D M pref 41 S5 , - SO
i Knlck Ice of Chic pref.. 77 «7 75
, l^aclede Gas pref P.. M 100
l-i, ■ Brl« & W rref 62 4;. r>s
I Markav Cos pref 76 75 1 ? 78
i Manhattan Bfach 3% S% «
Marine 5% 6% 6
Maryland Coal pref.... I") 50 30
Michigan Central — 14."i IM>
Mm & St I>ouis 34% 30 35
M /i St I- pref «S iv> «y)i.,
j M S }> & SB M L. 1,... s* l ; 88 89%
Nat Enam & Stpt 20% 19% 20%
' Nat Knam & Stpg pref. 86% - 88 D 5
Nat Lead pref 107',i 1074 108%
New Cent Coal 52', 80 60 i
iN V C&St L. Ist prel.io*^ 100 HO 1
NYC* St L2d prof.. 85 83 no j
1 N v Dock 35 . '.•(» 3s
i N V DocK prof B2U J>o «3
i N V N 51 & II 166< 1 — 135
Norf & West pref 90 83 M
i Ontario Silver 2% 2U 2%
Pacific Coast 11l 109 112
. Pacific Coast Ist pref...l<»s 90 los
Pacifli; Coast 2d pr«(...11: 110 114
i Pac Tel & Tel pref OS. ■ ->■» ]„,
! P •■:.' & East 22*4 '.1 2.%
| PC C * St L pref 116% 110 1 1«
i Pitts Coal pref 71 «i 70
I Pitts Ft "A* & Chic 17.1% J6*U —
Quicksilver S«4j 3 4
Quicksilver pref •'■> 4»; ".:-
Rome Wat ft nßi.n B i. 121% I2fl>i I2S
Rutland X R Co pref.. .•• 25 -<■> '
ft h ASF C&E I rtf!".l4'» 125 Iso •
' PtLAS F C*E 1 rtfa pf.118% i-»
tIr&SFCftE I ctf a n»<v. •>' 50 »".".
' S^rs-RcbucU pref .. . U" % 123' i ;
Bl< - shell S (■ I pref..U« 1 1*5 123
!SoP.R M& O ctfs . BHU 81 85
1 To! Xv- A LJght 9 S pi;
T -• L*• *' pref... ■ 63»i *?1 6;
Twin City n T ..ins* no 111%
Un Eagr * Paper pr-f w» 50 a j
United Ry Investment.. .*!♦ 32 84 I
1 United P.y Invest pref. . 62 82 «4 !
United Clear Mfc pref . 106 irv, no
TJ S C 1 P & F 2? »■>•» 23
rsCIPkF pref. . . . 7?- 4 70 73
V B Express ■ 10« KO HO
r 6 Red'ii: & R*f Rtf »«; •$•»
U S R»dU'.« & Ref pref.. 21 '« 25 ;
Vandalia R R FB 73*4 —
Va Iron C i C .'A «V>
Vulran Detlnnins 18 15 CO
Vulcan Detlnnlnaj pr*f.. 74 «rt 70
".Vest Maryland prof. . . 70 »>r» ! 4 "l
n'eatinsh Mf< Ut pre:. 110 114 115
■Wheel ft 1. E 4 - 3"t« 44
•.Vheel ,v 1.. B lit pref.. 11% 10 12 1
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(FurnUhe.l by Van Pchaick A Co.. No. 7 Wall
■tree)
RtoVAaked i Bl I.Aaked.
United Ry.. 13 Cotton Duck. 8% 7'i
do incoinea »"io'i Hw*» I do Incomes. 16 m
.... v 5.", ! . -j SSTiiN Ky ft L:« M B&*i
OB& S V T 1 2 ! U .v I'M* pf BS 89
do in-omes 7 S I do 4l4 l .-.. . NO 82
Oo !*ts 40 42 iCn C i:> ">*..lO«> I<V>
Sea bean] Co S3 -« ICh C Rice *.« Ot M
do lit pf. . 7U •''• K'ont Trust... SOD 2i,->
dn 2d p( . !_• ■('• Union Trust.. 70 75
Sfat. V L. 4» «•! 84" j Third Nat B.IW *25
dolO->rss 99\i '■<••+ Ili ft Day ..l"0 154
Conaol '"«6.. — 'it:. IMar>land Tr 7** ;>.
6? 6a ....100 lOO'/ilNo- Cent Xv IS? I*l '
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
Renewed weakness developed In the mar
ket for outside securitJes. with liquidation
on a somewhat heavier scale. All through
the mining list losses extending from a
email fraction to nearly a point were
shown, although after low levels were
reached alight rallies followed on covering
iby traders. In some of the higher priced
industrials, however. th« declines were
more severe, extending from 3 to 10 points.
The trading, as a rule, was fairly well dis
tributed, although In spots at times offer
ings were large. The more prominent Is-
I Fues which showed most weakness were
Chino. Greene-Cananea, Butt* Coalition
I Miami. Glroux. Ray Consolidated and
British Columbia Copper. The. silver Issues
ran off fractionally on limited offerings.
while the lower priced mining issues suf
fered 'in proportion. Goldfield stock.- ruled
fairly steady, but less active. In the In
dustrial list American Tobacco was down
10 points find Standard OH 3; Intercontin
ental Rubber declined JS" Guggenheim "ex
ploration was off 10 points. There was
little or no inquiry for bonds; "Western
Pacific cs held steady.
INDUSTRIAL.
Sa>s. Open. High. Low. I.ast.
127 Am T0bacc0... 430 432 *-5 430
1.200 »Cd! Nat 0i1... • I £„ • ,
1.1:00 Int nub Tr cf*. -If* -I * -" » *1»
4.C00 "January 0i1... 47 <-• 47 49
3.00<> »Julj- Oil 35 2~> Z~> «•"
;;09 I^ar.ston M rts.. 4 -i 4'i 4% 4J4
t.liiO Manhat Transit 1"* Hi I* *t«
3,r^»Majs Oil 107 110 102 10::
100 Mich Pac ;. Co. ii' 4 n'i 11*4 "'»
1,200 'Palmer Oil 1.-.l US 151 155
21 standard 0i1:. .825 625 621 621
100 Southern I & S. 15 IS 1' 1"
1.%0U U S L.t ff & Htg V.i l"!i Hi 1%
RAILROAD.
200 £0 Shore Trac. 52 VI MM 7*7 * M »
MINING.
hi/) Mrscntum .... 4'i 1!» *'-t 44
I,«M »Rovard Cons.. .'! .I 3 ." 1
100 Brad"-! Copper.. 4'i 4* 44 1 * 4"» ,
l,«»0OBrJt («l Copper s** Mi SV» »•.*
fOOßiitte Coalifn. . 19 IP 18% 1»
500 »Cari?a Si '" 60 &•>
2.St-)ChJno Copper... 12U 12** 11% IS
4,500 'Cobalt Centra*. BSI ">\i *>'•- r >rz
700 »Comb Fraction M M :<<> Ifi
4,onn Con Ariz Smelt. 2 - *jl Ml
50(1 Ely Central.... ■*; T i *♦ *
B,9oß*Ely Cons 56' i »•% XVi «* 1 ♦
1,660 El Kayo 3 * m Hi «i ;• ,
300 -Eureka Con... 2B 20 2«> 20
4"-0 Flrft Nat as pd 3 i t 4 3.» 4 ,
600 Georgia Dcv Co 5% • r> * ''» ~' +
400 011 a Copper 6 « « <*
4.000 Giroux 7H 7H 7^ 7*»
2. 70i> Goldfleld Con... *>** *>•"■» K : s S l i
3.700 'Green-vater ..' 7 «Va <• »
I.SOO Green"-C'ananea X *"« 7-* *•'»
300 Guerrero Mines. 1«» I** 1% Is
122 Gugrgtnhefm Ex.lß>* IS«> ISO 1 2
f*») Harcuvar Cop. . 3.1 S3 ."."• if.;
•:/} Husted Mi-.iinf.'. 7»> 7H 7»i 7'"'
1.000 Inspiration Cop. 7A 7A 7A '■h :
70OJKerr Lake.... »% f- 1 ? .*>S B*.
1,000 La Hot" Tone.. 4A 4f, 4-4 4"*
89OUttl« aitaat.... 2% 2!* 2'» 2 ; *
SO Mason Val new 7* *• >■ 9 \
300bI*x Mil M & s 3 1 Bfi8 f i
S.SOO Miami Copper.. 2i«i 21 *» -"'♦ 21
1,000 'Mines Co of A 60 ♦» M •'•»
1,000 «McK-Daxragh. 94 »4 PS SC
.-•OO ■■-■<• M & S.. ft ♦* jJ j?
2.500 Nipissin*c MCoII ft V.f, 10i» l*
4 r.'Vi Ohio Copper ... .2** 2W -'^« 2^
800 Precious Metals C " 2 2
12.0.J0 'Rawhide Clton 23 CS 25 M
1 „*ioo Rawhide Queen. 33 36 33 o»>
6.O«X> Kay Central 2M 2 a i 2H '-'H
sfn Ray consul l«i.i 1^! 2 IS IS j
200 Red Warrior.... 2 l M i 2 2 I
Tonopah 8"-i 8% 1 *
2. 500 •Tramps Con... :l: l f> 4Vi T.
r^OOTularosa 1 si l i l * I *
P. 500 Union Mines ... 1*« l'» I** 1A I
4.0C0 •Tn Par Cobalt 5 •'■ -'. ft .
700 United Copper.. 6 « B .'•
200 »Unlt»d Rico. . . 10 10 M I"
500 Yukon G Mines 41a 4% 4'« 4ft |
BONDS.
$1,000 At! O&XT Iss 66% 66% 66% 6*% '
,w Bra«len Cop 6s. 10? ir>9 t«S I«
4.000 Bins On Ry 6s «>*; S9 a i *9» 4 5;.*4 !
25.000 West Pac Sa... $*% J>3"* 03 * Wife, I
•S«lla cenfs per t-har*. tO-lfl lot 3. id divi
dend.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE
Transactions on the Consolidated Ex-
I change totalled 242,060 share?, the largest
: day's business s-ince February 7 last, when
,' the sale? were 2{.">.270 shares. The sales of
United States Steel common alone were
! 101. £20 shares, establishing: a new high rec
ord for activity in that stock. Th*> list was
a broad one, embracing sixty-five different
stocks, liquidation of a forced character
was on a heavy scale in the forenoon slump -
in prices. Th* Consolidated tape registered
the execution of numerous stop-loss orders, j
while the exhaustion of margins resulted
in the closing out of other accounts. A
large outstanding short interest va* cov
fred at. the lower level?, and the vigorous ;
bidding of the floor traders prevented many 1
of the leading issues from reaching by a ;
wide margin th«» low prices touched on the
Is'ew York Stock Exchange. Detailed opera- I
tions follow:
STOCKS.
Fairs. Oren. High. I/"-. Last
19,600 Amal Copper... t»S J i •> s s' ''-"''* *• *
"lAm Feet Sugar. 34*-* •"■•' :;4 > "*\i
4::<>Ain Can 9 ft* S;» ■_.♦
,MilAm Car & K<ly. 60 N»U i"^?* «*;* \
30 Am Cotton Oil. &Vi S»!i «*•'♦ 8014 ]
230 an H & 1. pf. 34?* •"•■-> 34%
tin Am Ice ■.•:: 23 22 ■% 23-;
230 Am Locomotive 4«" 4* 49 J»3
10,670 Am FmeltiliE... 75** 7tJ 74 1 ,£*
120 Am Sugar U**i 110' i llf> H»f» i
lbO Anaconda Cod.. 41 41 ', 4<>l » 41 > 3
2.9W At Top A- S F..1«5% MCii IV."i !««>«
t*<Jßalt & 0hi0. ...112 112 10»'i. 11l
2.730 Brooklyn R T.. 7S'i 7STi 77 1 75%
100 Can Pacific 104 '» 194** 199 194%
470 Central Leather 36** 3e.-» M ■"•« »
1 0-JOCheg *• 0hi0... 54 1 * 84 1 * 82% S.>'.3
ISOCbic 'it West.. 25"» 26 2SJ4 M
8.T30C Mil * St P.. MM* IST."i 129'» l"0-*
270 C0l >-uel & 1... Srt'i 36"i 3»** ."5»»
GO Col Southern... M>^« r.P'* 88% 88%
MOCbnaol Gbs 138% 136?* 135's 136%
140 Corn Product^.. 14*4 15 I4 a * M
M" Denver & R <;.. 37"* 37** .".6 1 * 37
r.oPlst securities. 2t>% 29% 20' <. "-'O'*
880 Brie -7 27 M -•'•' »
10 do Ist pref... 44 6 » 44", 44"* 44 B s
IS»Gt Northern pf-131'i 131* 129** 130 i
730 Inter-Met 1!> 5 « 1J>"» IS*» if* 1 *
640 do pref f>2% 52 T 51"» 5-**
in Int Mer M pf.. M ">; 36 »•
10 Iowa Central... v.* 1 19Vi 19% 10%
70 Kan City 50... 32 32 32 32
10 Louis & Nash. .l42*i H2 3*3 * 142% 142*
370MoK&T r.!*S 3t»S 3S«* 39' i
1 i."/> Missouri Pacific 68% «*% •• »«'*
270 National I-cad.. 75 75*» 7:'. 74 1 *
110 Nevada Copper. 19 i IP** 19 s * 19* i
I.POOX T Centre!... 118% 118% 114?» 115**'
840 N V Ont &W. 44 1 * 44* 43 121 2 44 ' a
40 Norf A ■VVcat... 99 : -i 100 f.<> -. 100 j
270 Nor Pacific 12.-V-J 127 125% 126' i
40 Pacific Mail.... 25% 25% 24 »* 24**
£.900 Pennsylvania ..I?! 1 132 J3O 131 'j
60 Pitts Coal IS% 18% ISii '8
30 Pressed .St Car. 36 M M M
30R*wa.T Spring*.. 3S"i 3S*i •"•'* 7 » SS T i
SB,24<> Reading 157 IS? 133 : 3 155*»
50 Republic Steel.. 32 32 30** SO*
30 do pref. 07 07 fiSH 96'-a |
2.420 Rock Island 40' 3 40"» .'IS 3*3 * 40%
9.900 Southern Pac..121»« 121 * 118% 121
280 Southern 8y... 26% 2T. * 2". ; » 25"i
30 Term Copper.... 25 25H 25, 25*» ;
150 Texas & Pacific SO* 30% 1 . ( 1 * SO
2S.2sotrnlon Pacific... l 79 179 175' i 17H*i
90 r P Rubber 37% 3S'i 37 H SB
101,*20 U 8 Steel 8»% So*i 78"* 79% I
:'|O do pr->f 117 117 llfi^a »«*» |
SO Utah Copper 44 44 43',-j 4:J»i
I.<H)O Va-Car Chem... C9'4 l»% H ■•%
SSOWatasb 19 s * 19 * 18* '!•»,
1.5 do prsr 4.'{'« 43% 4O»i 42%
10 "Western Union. «>"• 6»> 7 n 66", 66 T »
140"A estln^hougeE 60". 60 » 61H «o!.
242,060 Total sales.
MINING.
f.OO Belmont 3.75 3.75 i.'_ i 5.f»2%
250Consol Va 93 .93 .03 .03
200EIkton 77% -77 .77% .77%
400 El Paso R7 .87 >7 .J>7
275 Goldfleld Con..S.r>o 8.50 5.50 $.Z*> I
l..V>C'lsat#)!a 17% .18 .17% .*-: j
Wiojim Butler 38% .25! a .25% .25' i
POO Montana 95 .98 .M .PS
700 Tonopah Kit.. .93 .9.1 .9O .90 '
1.809 -.Vest End 47 .65 .*7 .55
6,225 Total sales.
BONDS.
$1,000 Comstook 4s ... 17 . 17% 17% Iff,
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.)
BM. Asked. f Bid.A»ke<i.
Alliance Tty 118 120 I,aw TUT SBS ISO
Am Surety. 225 230 Lincoln ... . 140 us
Astor 350 365 T. Isl L& T. SOS Sal
Bankers' ... 690 710 Manhattan .. 375 400
B v M G..~. 240 250 Mercantile .. 740 —
Broadway .. 14» V) I Metropolltaa. -- M 5
Brooklyn .. 125 — Mtse 80nd... 112 117
C*rn<»gtr ... 128 130 Mutual ... 130 — ,
Cas Co of A 12.*. 140 M-jt Alliance - 132%
Central . lOO") 1035 NassaO .... 175 |S5 1
City Invest. •>» 72 Nat Surety.. 2»»
do pref... MS 115 NY LUT.UOO 112>
Citizens' ... 140 — NTM *S. 203 i^s
Columbia .. 255 ."WO ! N T Trust. 643 t55
Com' wealth. IBS — People's . .. 255 300
Commercial. ISO 127 -Qu Co I!'*.. 110 —
Empire Tr . M 8 318 Queens C 0... 115 —
Equitable .. 49<> M 0 ! Realty Atso. US 123
XL & T...1750 1775 Standard 400 410
FlatbUßh .. 240 220 Title GAT. AVO M 0
i rrankUn .. 2M 23") jT lof X V.. 145 150
Fulton 2t > — Tr Co of Am 346 SM)
Fidelity ... 200 210 ! Union 1350 1375
Guaranty . . £50 £75 lUn State*. .. 12» ILTO
Guardian . . — lSf"> »C S Casualty 215
Hamilton .. 270 2£O V S M * T. 475 455
Bone Trust — llvl»U£TG&I 110 120
Hud Realty l! 0 — ! Van Norden. -- ziX '
Hudtcn . ... 170 ISS *A'ash!nj;ton. . 375 —
lilt Bkf? Cor 110 -■- I Wesich^ster. . 150 —
KInKS « '■■•.. 080 — 1 \>.' * BT * M 170
Knlckarbock 318 323 1•« Indjor .... 12<> 130
Law Mtaj. .. "J.V» (257( 257 , >
•New.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
BM. AsV-rt.
4- M.« . '69, intercl: W'i OO'i
t« Nov.. 's*. intercli i»'J 1 » WJ'j
4!i«, May. '."'7, Inteivh I<i»'» los
4 l i». Nov., '57. lntert-h in; i i,.s
4 ',-»■. May. '17, lnterch i«> - .*' 4 IP?,
4 : is. Nov.. "17. latereh IO2\» 10;:
4». May, '57. Interoh . . Ut> ia>aj
4s. May, '10. latSfetl .......... Wi 100%
44 I**.1 **. Mch.. '60. *-. 1 mi I*l*4
4s. Nov., 'W. r*f Us' t |at
*m. N" 1 .. '■■>'•. reaj vk [AS
::'.t. N(>>.. "••'. Intercl) >>>< Sft%
3' >s. May. \\4. roup m-. ss",
SS 1 -!^-. May. ■•»■-• i RJ .7 ,
3'va, Xrv.. '41. leg «1 . aj
•as, Nov.. '10, rev !•>! ' j in-;'
•C'cupen cr ■*»!••• red. -- •
Capital ■ • • 51.000.000 ■■TYn'TH MS Bro * dwa - V
Surplus « Profit* ■ 1,500.000 gPßfMrfl NEW YORK C(TY
WILLIAM K. NT-HOT TlJgjslSg " SS^^^Sto^C^&SSS
DIRECTORS
Jfinv « H\rPTTr JOHN' U. MeGINLET,
John.?? * nislin\? nUurinee. M-n-f-ct'-r-r. Pittsburgh. _l» . „
SAMUI'I. G. bay>k. • \ ri.es F. inTtIEWSOS.
rre»l<J«>nt CoalMiard National Bank. KrauthofT. Harmon £ Math'wu^n. Attorneyi.
UNION* N. Ml I MM I "CEO. B.\RCI-*V MOFFAT.
President »w York Telephone Co- Whit* Weld * Co.. Bankers.
ROBERT A BBADI.BV.: -»Vli!t.M*.- II SICHOIA
PrMid J. l i t >«^3?. ar cfrf8 vu u n rr C " p^^rHr^/ fnn - C * -
Glfford.Hobbs^B^ard Attorn, . _ I^. «. rTTEW^^
mi.IMM N. lUJftTB.
Treas Title Insurance Co. of New To-*. HERMANN !*IKUHr>.
«A. B. HKPnURX, CrcsiiTn.n k- «l*lcken. Merchant*
President < has* National Bank. •FUEIJEKICI* «sTRAI>:*.
WILI-\KI> V. KING. j _- W K<?li«cman A ro.. Banker*.
President of the Companr. \RTIICXC TIRNBII-t.
G. HERMANN KIN.MtITT. ££„ & Fl*gK. Ban.k«r-
Kias»l. Klnnfcutt fe Co.. Bankers. MirilAKl, M- VAN BECREX.
ANTHONY R. KISER. . v* a . ren & Jesup. Banker*.
Pre.. So. Jersey Gas. Ey- » Ttg /£ _j_- ,- Cmmlit--.
inim-pendent m* ,n\TP(tl Or any 'IM.I r inttrest.
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN* TRADTNG.-Forel--ii hou«s
! were heavy buyers of stocks on t :c dsCßgg
in the local market taking t^tween #.MJ
and 70.000 shares on balance. Th- heayest
purchases were in Urrlted Statr s fc teel.
Amalgamated Copper. Rock Island and the
llarriman issues.
NET EARNINGS.-Rallroad net « ari } l *»
; for the month of April now comlns totend
i '•how. as a rule, smaller increases (for the
1 Eastern companies as compared with the
| gains recorded in preceding months. whH»
1 amonjr tho roads in the West net losses
' from th* same month a year ago ren^lly
are reported. The returns of roads report
fn| in the last few days show 'or, cemj
panics a total decline in net of "1.3J3.W and
for seven companies a total increase of_S».
(O?,ts**3, th© latter not including th '- an^
dlan Paciric, which shows a net gain or
$537,603. The Rock Island » ho " 8 n f a Pi l*l '** s
of 5076.415. Pennsylvania lines west of Pitts
burg a loss cf $60,400. Hockins alley a.
loss of MUI3. Southern Pacific a Joss of
$55,33«, Union Pacific a loss otjag&t and
Northern Pacific a loss £££*■&£ .Tow
( Pennsylvania liti"S east of P» tob '-J r »LS h SJ
a gain of 5155,y.0, Erie a Bam of «&>.-*.
Atlantic Coast Line * ffj" of *> M :£'*}f'
high Valley a gain of 524., and the >ew
Haven a gain of 533,430.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. - Dividend
have been declared as follows. Subwa>
Realty Company, initial 1% P«'_ «K nt * r^ a n ; « I lt
ble July I: Interborough Rapid I"";"
Company, regular Quarterly ■■* J* r d c ' R n ;
payable July 1; American Smelt.n* and Re
rinins Company, regular quarterly 1 per ,
cent oi* the common, payab.e Jul> -_. an
§b?-SS£5& l^Ame^carl
C^mpanyfVeguiai* quarterly 1% per cent^on
the Dreferred. payable July 1; American
SnuflPcoSSany. regular y**™****^^
and an pxtra 2 per cent on the comnu".
and regular quarterly I*= per cent 0:1 the
preferred, all payable July 1; : American Car (
and Foundry, regular t!uarterl> 1% per cent
on the preferred and both payable of I per
cent on the common, both pas able *IjJ> i
; ASSOCIATED OIL. STOCK ADMITTED |
TO LIST -The New York Stock Exchange
has admitted to dealings $♦> OOO.MO *£&£{
the Associated Oil Compan*-. Its *™* t
tion is -ADO." and it is located at l ost
No I:' ThefoUowing securities have been
stricken from the list: «i P«r c-nt bond»
of 1?W of the lv>hi*h and XMlkes-Ba re
Coal Ccraoanv, * p*r cent first main line f
bonds of 1«» of the P Milwaukee * Northern |
Railway Company. 4 per cent two .to ftj« ;
year collateral trusts of »18 of the Soath
era Pacific Company and subscription re ,
celpto /or stock of the Pennsylvania Rail- j
road Company.
MAY BANK CLEARINGS.-Bank ct-ar- 1
ings for the month of May d.. not make f
quite so favorable a showing as the earlier ,
month'- of the year, although the compari
sons with earlier years are quite satisfac
tory; total bank exchanges for all cities ,
reporting in the United States, •««**•-«
to the statement compiled by R. G. Dun ft |
Co.. which Includes IM - leading centres, i
aeercgato «13.<1C2,94».521. M^aking allowance
for t' « difference tn the number of buti- 1
ness days, the pain is 1 per cent compared
with the corresponding month last rear,
and 2.7 per ••*>nt compared with the a--»i-e |
year li»>) Th»»re are losses at New torn
and Boston, compared with both rears,
reflecting conditions in the financial mai
kets. and probably to some extent in the j
cotton ami woollen trad,-: but aside from
those two centres practically all or .he
leading cities make larger returns t.ian for
previous corresponding periods.
DETROIT. TOLEDO & IRONTON.—De
troit. Toledo & Ironton Railway Company
coupons maturing December 1. 1!*», will be
purchased or June 1. l? 10. with interest
from December 1. 1509. on presentation at
th© offi-"» of the Knickerbocker Trust « om
panv. No. €0 Broadway, and will be h^ld
subject to the prior payment In full of the
principal of the bonds and of coupons '>n
bonds not so purchased; or any 01 tte
coupons at th* option of the holdera will j
be paid, with interest, on presentation. .
COTTON ACREAGE IN IWWThe
Financial Chronicle" estimates the cotton
acreage for 1910 at 3-"i,373.30» acres. This
compares with 33.85Z.401 acres in IW9, or an
Increase of 4.4S per cent. Of the cotton
growing states, Oklahoma Shows the larg
est increase, with 11 per cent, followed by
Florida, with 10 per cent. Texas I per cent
and Arkansas 4 per cent.
CALEDONIA INSURANCE CO.— E.I win
G. Merrill, president of the Union Trust
Company, of New York, has been chosen a.«
one of the trustees for the, United States of ;
the Caledonia Insurance Company, of Edin
burgh, Scotland, to succeed the late Do
mont Clarke. The. other trustees are R. J.
Cross and Walter P. Bliss, both of New
York.
INTERBOROUGH - JfETROPOLITAX
NOTES. —The Interborough-Metropolitan
Company announces the conclusion of
negotiations for the extension until June
1, 1911, -it the same rate of interest, of
the $L\r»00,000 '" per cent collateral trust
notes, >iu<3 Juno 1, 1910.
YEAR'S SALJ3! ON CONSOLIDATED -
James E. Lynch, secretary of the Consoli
dated Stock Exchange, reports that the
total "-ales of stocks on the exchange for '
the fiscal year ended May 31, 1919, were 1
29,940,106 shares.
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
The following .securities were sold yes
terday at auction at the exchange sales
room by Adrian H. MnHeff A Son:
By order of Lawrence ■ Sexton, ejq.. a? trustee
in bankruptcy of Kess!er & Co.
Agreuaent or E. V. Doujloa (Bollltt BuilJ
ing. Philadelphia, l'enn.». £ate«l
March 9. 1907. to Jiave Je!iv«re>i
to Kessier d; CO. $5,000 par value
m the arst mortgage borsds (-1 the
Canadian Bessemer Ore Company.. $11
for account of whom It may cuucvfU.
330 shares Union Qaa Light and Fael
Company of Anderson. Jiiii.. 6 per
cut c-.niutatlve preterred. lot $3O>
100 shares Ttel Company, lot $H«>
400 shares Columbus & Hocking Cual
& Iron Company common <*T»
3 shares Northern IUrK of n^ Tork \>«>
12.000 Hudson Companies «J per cent ooti—
\ertlt>! notes. «Juo October 15. tWI.
interest April 15 and October 15.
accrued tatter. M to be < harmed I'jO
$3,000 Metropclitan Street Railway 4 pet
cent r>-t'iir..iir« KoM bond*. Farm
ers' L<..-*n »n.i Trust Coinpary <er
tlticate of deposit 44
$6,000 HotM Brunswick tustalmeiit botvl.».
il«f- OcjoNrr 1. ISM, October,
I8S&. coupons attached, M ?5
100,000 chares !:•■■ i Moontala Rath)
Mining and s^meltlnK Company
commur. lot $r>i>
jo nhareH J"!ter»(.n Fank of >,-••» Tori lS7'j
6 J-ar. • KWelity-l'herlx Fire Irsur
anc*> •^omparf :"05
jrs,<.>oo rohml its • HocJiirs <-**] <<- Itmi
1 'ompany •; 7.-- rent c"Hat«>rHl trur*
Mr.kinff fund fcor.J". due 1056 *:
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
fFurnl»h«d by Charles D. Barney .- Co.. No. C*»
Bread street. Ken York, »■■.< No. !••; South
4th street. Philadelphia.*
E-d. Asked.! " Eid AsV-c*
>„ Cement. *»> •2«') 1 i ;L«h:jrh Nay .91 ',■•> "
Am Ry Co.. 4»"i 45 L«r. Vat R K.lll lit'-
Carr.b Bteet. . 43 » 46 Phila Co 4-1. tH
C Tr cf N .t 74 75 1 da pref »» ' 4*14
El Etor Bat. ,S< » J P.-nn RR O tSfa «5 3 «
F.I Co of A.. 11* i ll's'.Pem -"•- pf l'V. t-»4
rairm"t Tr . 7 - IPhiJa E!ec Co 14% is
Gen \*ph*!t •:?> SO 1 Phi.a Rap Tr 17% 1S«,
do pref — 77 77 -) !t<'Tu<-,i<*>«3 pi»,p i», jh
ICo f>f N A Ci» Crt** irnion Trac .*; 47U
Ivike s • orp •--" 1 -"• lUn Gas T:np . M s»'i
do pref... .*■» 2.1 IWcUbacfc Co. 40 41
RONDJ-.
A R Con-/ fu» «1 **4H I Phlla Klec 4s 7«ti --
El * Pe«> 4» .*!>•»
N J con 5&.103 l<i3';;PhiU .-.5. . 37'J V»
•i..\ al Mss I
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(FurnLhed by William.. Mci^nneli * C ole.-r..in.
No. tii> -.Vall street.*
Am i.tc-.t * Traction j f^*
do p., fern
Am '.*< A- FTieetrtc . 441' (gu
2° sle5 le - c 7 eS '■■'■'■'■'. <tv 4.1 l t
' rto first 3» . s" S"
Detnru < iaa & niet-irio i-m aa
Krpirv- DUtticl E«tVic! ...'.'. : .'. .'."/. S Vl
T,m--olii r,4> /t V:;ectric 1*» '*!
T'»et9r Gas ,1 Cl«<Mric.. . . .".* 1 " .<-.:, ,^-u;
INTERNATIONAL I GREAT NORTHER!
RAILROAD COMPANY
Second Mortgage Bonds
To the hofder* of Stwond «ertaa«* Boads^f
th« Internattonal * Great Xorth*ra Ball
road C«n*pa"T -»' 1*»1 *» h»*f» **«* <ap lalt j< tae>
katnA iibilt the TVindhold-rV .^-rr»*rr— ;»
dated *tlarrh 2, 1909:
A decree for CM foreclosure of the *"»« > <~i
Mortgage and for * sal« ther-under v »vt2»
b»»n entered in the United States C'.rcrji*
Court for th<» Northern District of '•■*%» «i
the tenth day of Mar. 131". notice t* Mretrr
jciven that th* time for deporftinj aeccia*
mortgag* bond* with THE rARSrERS* LOA**
AND TRT -T COMFANY. t'»pos»ary ur>d«r the
above-menticn'd Agreement. 1* hsreby «.
tended to and Includln? the WTli DAT 0T
JUNE. 1910. after which date ioni» -*U1 >*
received only In tn "» discretion of tie Ccu-mlt
tt<> and upin the payment of rich penalty ta
respect cf e«c"i bend *-•» BMP be !mpcs?i by
the Committee under the terms of awl Agr»»«
ment.
£>ated Nei-- York. Ma 7 1". 131*
W. tWX.\ ROO«IT*-- C XT. C*salr=£= t '
riK».»J» 1.. SaVBaWM .
JOHN W. HA?tEB. _1
HE>BY K. PO2IBOT. ».il
Co-astttaoi *
1
.-INK FUND '■'■'■ '-
Th: undersigned hereby gnves notic* that, lr»
accordance with Article three of a T»«4 of.
Trust, dated July 17t.*i. 10-^*. to Lawyers Tit:*
Insuranco and Trusr Co-npany. ai Tr-jsr'?*. to
secure an lss<:» of *•>•► K)ii*« of flm 'S»*e.
five p«r cr.t bonds, made by A. Sea.
Incorporited. th-r^ havo b»en called for r»d^tap
tlon on July Ist. I*»W. together with .Mxaoas
falling due on tnat date. Bond* *N"O3. 21. 24, 43,
172 and 17» of ft.WO.OO each.
Said bonds will be paid up«sn presenta'ton at
the office of lA-v^ers Tltla Insurance and Tra*
Campari". «j Broad Tray. Ne-w Tork. on an*
after .liilr let. 101 C». en -which daw inr-r-at
lh ' T^ikX VKP- -3 fON. TNCORFORArEg.
Central Trot Ctnpai of Ret Tori
54 WALL STREET
CAPITAL «i BVVUI9 - - S!»,ooo,**-!»
(Of wild Si 7,060,069 las t«SB> SSflisO
KNICKERBOCKER
TRUST COMPANY
i> r , , .
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
London. Jbsm I.— Consols closed •. • ! '•> tat
money and ffi*2 for account, ex the quar
terh"" int*TPst of % per cen*. Canadian
Pacific declined U poinr.< to 1»*-: drar-i
Trunk deoltnffl '^- to 3'H r : Anaconda de
cllTied U to iV~.
Th» better supply of money met ■
moderate demaml. and discounts ruled ei3y.
The market is hoptns- for a reduction la
th^ bank rate to-morrow, but steneral opt
ion is that no change will be made tnr
a fortnight.
The stock market continues dull and
easj". the break in Americans having: *a
unsettling effect. Consols droppM a "frac
tion on the conclusion of •:■■ fttlemen*.
and l.'-me rail?, coppers and ?.Ip-x!can rails
showed general loose?, but Diamond ani
Rubber shares hard^ne<i a fraction. Kereisn
ii-fiup.s wptc quiet but stead?
American securities oponrd nominally *j
to ] higher, but tho attitude o* the CsttV
States government toward railways indue*'
Continental and locnt s*»llins. La:<r pric»*
slumped 1 t-» 4 points, with New York selr
int; and Continental off>rinc-, bcTptß^rttfl
weakne??. The closing was weak at_t£»
lowest.
Call money in London. Z'z'Qi prr e»"lf.
open market discount rate for «hort bi*>
3S per cent: lone: bill?, SU per cent: Berlin
discount rate. 3'i per cent: Pans disouat
rate, 2-» pt-r cnt; Paris ex^riarge on Lon
don. 5 francs 27 centimes: Berlin exchang*
on London, •.**) marks 4?' 3 pfennii-3. Bar
gold. »*s M. American eagles. 75s £d.
Paris. June I.— Thre*» prr -.--' reaM
closed 2S c«*ntim*»s hisrher at ?8 francs ""T*-.
centimes. The Bourse *v«i» weak on Nc"*
York advices, but showed improvement st
the close.
Berlin. .Tun* I.— Tradinsr on the BuetH
was active and th< temlency firm. c\cej*.
Americans, which were weak. - - ■'
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
(Furnished by E. S. Bai!-y. No. 66 Brcairray.)
J prx.
an- When ,—Pric*.—-», — Pric*.— -»
r,u;tl T^av- Rlj. A*V«t
Company Capita?. dlv".!. aM». P. •". p. C
City of X. T $s>W»;on» 1«> Q J?.", 30S
Commonwealth.. SOO.OOO lo JAJ HIS —
Continental 2.n»»>.»>m> 7»» jjfej p-j.-, 9-fl
Empire City -J»»f«.i<»»> - jaj j^i -J4* :
Fldelity-I"hfnix.2.iHTo..H)t> . «->.> 30*
German Alliance 4i»>.n»» 1.1 J&j 273 3P»
German-Am ■-...- .:i» j^.r Jtrt 373
Germania t&O*.UO(X>.WO 13 j^j js.-, 38
Glers Falls isK?> "BOOIOtiO r.rt j*j l.;.i»v —
<;!obe & Ruts>» rs _ 400,000 4rt Q »7i> —
Manovcr t500»...1.W«\wi0 !>> .Ti.r i:» 355
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