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Hollister, |
Fish & Co. i
f BANKERS !
» ; Members H. Y. -Stork orange !
• Investment Securities i
| interest Allowed ■-■o Deposit*
Nassau and Pine Street*
Trfrphoos . ISi SPOT :
FREB'KF.MARQIIAND
Member of Consolidated Stock Ex. of N. T.
TeL joso Broad. 59 road St., N. V.
STOCKS AND BONDS
For Investment or on Margin.
FRACTIONAL LOTS
W. IV. COLE "& CO.
ESTABLISHED USB
Investment Bankers
{3 CEDAR ST.. NEW YORK CITY.
Si'^'Sw York City Bonds. All Issues.
E&taMlshc-d 1564 Telephone "SIT Rector.
E, 3. BAILEY
DEALER IN
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS
•A IALTY." - » •
€5 Brcadiray. »w V«rfc.
Wm7A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau- St., N. Y.
.' C 5" CN CHICAGO , ALTI E
; ."? For Sale
"300 Borden's Cons. Milk. Preferred.
TO Safety Car Heating & Lighting.
Hallowell & Henry
'; ' .Tel. 4905— s Broad. 52 Eeaver Street..
'. Warren W. Erwin & Co.
jj 3itr.ii«r* Consolidated Stock Exchange of K. Y.
l Investment Bankers,
| 26 Beaver Street, New York.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
Ix>ui-ville * Nashville Railroad Co.
71 13roa<"»ay. New York. June l«th. IfllO.
Tbe Beard of Directors of this Coiniiany has
IMb <lay declared a semi-annual cash dividend
"bf Three and one-half per cent. i.'f^'ri. pay
tb'e ■ cost iOth, IJH». to stockholders of rec
crd «'. the close of business on July - h. 1010.
The Stock Transfer Books mm close at 3
o'clock !'. M 0:1 July SOUI, li»l<». and reopen
c lit o'clock A M. on August 11th. 1010.
••Hi: >1 v.V.I be mailed to stockholders -"ho
ha- filed PERMANENT DIVIDEND ORDERS
AT THIS OFFICE.
E. tr. EXITHeRS Assistant Treasurer.
(OHMBIA TRI>T COMPANY.
New York. June 7. 1010.
The Board of Directors hav< this day de
c!*r<»d a quarterly dividend of Two Per Cent
on :he Capita! Stock or this Company, payable
June r.fith. !»lfl to Stockholders of record at
th" close of business June 2."> th. IPIO.
Th' Transfer Books will not close.
T.. TV. WIGOIN. "Secretary.
THE lOIIAV. WEBER TIANO AND
IMANOI.A COMPANY.
A- a •-"■:.£ of the Board of Directors held
--i d»y ttie recular ouarterly dividend of ONE
AND THKEE-QVARTERS 'l^) PER CENT
v&£ <3«^-!ared upon the Preferred Stock of the
Cc!iu.any. . v b> the "V 1 '': inst.. to ttockholders
or lecoru June 2St* l?>10. A
WILLIAM E. WHEEL.OCX. treasurer.
June IS h r»M)
KJJJ>IRE STEEL AND IRON COMPANY. '
Beml Animal Dividend No. 23.
~«laaai|lM. Pa.. June IS. 1510.
--■£ 1 --„ vr- of DirPftors have declared a <iivi '
CT.d cf thre* r^r o^nt. <.".',. u;x>n the Pi erred
flfv^k 0' The Comnanv. payable July Ist. 1010.
The Trar-*-f*T Books -nil' do«« at 12 o'clock
' »en -lure 2Oth and recr*n at 10 o'clock A. M .
July 2nd. »1«
J P- r BTnAatAK Secretary^
I FI I.TON TBtST" cn."orM:« YORK.
10 Nassau ?tr*rt. New York City. June I*. 1010.
3Uth CnnFrcutive Annual Dividend.
Xlv r-<^r.-.utlor of the - Board of Trustees, a
uuraal •di\-i'l<»r>ci of FIYR PER 'TNT. and
.an -•-= :- M-n-1 nt TWO PER CENT, is pay
r.hl»- on July 1 1010. to rtockhoMerF of record
at ,>-. . :,,.r of basineas. 3 P. M.. June 1'". 1010.
jji-v W. RKIQHLEY. SxTPtitr>-. _
\EB'«TOPK nj>-TR.U-* mit»«o> RIVER
UUMtn covpanv.
Offic of the -surf-"-.
:>'■ Y^rk. Jure Rth. 1310>
THE BOARD OF DIRECTOR? of this Com
, r»: -\ haa dedtretJ ■ it- ■rirr.n of ONE AND
\ONK-HAI.F PER 'TXT on it. Capital Stock.
3lpmvat»!« at this ofnre on th^ ir.th day of July
hwr.'xi To jiTockho'o'frs of record at the close of
F fcertness on TtK«Aar the 2'rt Inat
EDWARD L. ROP=ITER. Treasurer.
SAVINGS BANKS.
The Bowery Saving* Bank
tX AND 189 BOWKRT.
NET I .' YORK. June 15. IPIO.
A - - i-arnual dividend at The rate of
THREE md ONE-HAI.F PER CENT.
per annum has be»r declared and arUI be
trtdited tr. paeftocsoa all sums of $5.00
and iwnart and not e.jcceedinc $'i.o<K?
"h.. ;. ehall ha\e k*«>n deposited at least
thr** ■•(-:> on the first day of July
rtxt. and will be payable on and after
Monday, July IS. l»10.
Money deposited b«rore July 10 will
craw interest from July 1. l?] 0.
HENRY A. -CIIENCK. Prrsldfnt.
n*ILUAU E. KNOX. Comptroller
".-..; H O. UDDLg >ecretary .
SEVEN'S BANK FOaISAKMSSf
74 and 76 Wall Mr<-<-:
X HE TnCfiTEES HAVE ORDERED THAT
■ IXTEIiEST be paid to depositor* entitled
iheretn under the by-law*, and in accordance
+ iZh the Savin^a Ban!: 1...» for the six
months tins June .'s>tth. IfllO.
On accounts ■" exceeding- three thousand
collars at the rat «r FOUR PER CENT, per
UMai:
l"Biahlt- on end sfter Monday. July J>-th. I'tlO
L'AMEI. BARNES. President.
(VKOBGK il HA USE Y. Cashier.
Nc^- I L-.li. June l.itb. l«I0.
D»positr m^rte on or before July' 30th aril]
■ : - ■•■■» '• ■"•r* i *i from July Ist.
THE KAXK I"OK S\\IX(,S
IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
2*o Fourth >\*.nt. lone |3th. If>io
IB2ND sKMI-A>.\UAL DIVIDEND.
Th<_ Board of Tius=;<>* has declared an In
t«-r<st , : ; ri- r . . for ,) if i>ix Monti ■ . i.'iine June
?.Oih. 1010. a' th« rate of TIIKKE AM) OM -
H»I.K I'KR CENT, n. -r annum on all rmsu <ns of
»s«>a kl upward rntri thertto. and payable
on and afif-r July 20th. 1910
Th* .liiiot-nd «-ill ho credited to depositors
£■ incipal July Ist. 1310.
D^poyite rnadi- 01 or b«t«i J u i y r-., h 1910
. »ii! aw interest from July Ist. inio ' "
WALTER TRIMBLE. Prrsident.
CHARUS A. RHERMAN. Secretary
JAMES KNOl\LEt=. com Pt roll, r. ' "
AX>\"ERTISSMEVTS AND StßS*"iupfioxS
Tor The Tiibunc reoelwco at tli««i r Uptown
O!Tic»>. No 13«4 Braadtraj bctwen :;«ti, and
S7ih sts.. aatU «• oVlnck j.. m. »<lv, rtlscmenti.
r»-coiv«<l ai the roHnwiaa branch uUices at r/'g
vilai cSic* rat(s unili * dock •■ 111.. viz.; '>(;4
Bti ay(.. ... c. cor. _■:%•-: ■».; Ha Ctb ay«- cor
12th si; 104 Esst 14lh si.; 557 \V*st 42d fit'
y.rr«e^n 7tfr ar.-i •'■ ■««&: 2*>l W«wt 125 th «■' :
liK',s :;a sve ; !*-J« nd a-* net Hist ..t • I7OS
Ist «v... near S'»Mi Bt.; 1."7 East T.v.tii St. . 7.-.«
T«?m<inr ay*. 830 :.n a«e.. and ■„., American
r»lt.i • r»% (,"-..
FOREIGN FINANCIAL
London, .Tune 3"..^-^:onsols declined '*, to
R*i for money and £1", for account. Ca
nadian Pacific ••■;""► to 198%. Grand
Trunk declined I to 30 s ;. Anaconda de
clined v to £5.
Mon^y was in prood demand and supply.
Discount rate? were <afv.
Tradin? on the Sick Kxchanpe «as dull
&nd u;:irit<-!Csuti)r. with the tone centrally
easy. Paris t-old Kaffirs and Bio Tintos,
;iif: the latter «J?clintd nearly a point.
The majority of la^BM was due to the
narking down of mines rather than actua<
fal«K. <^nadian isrueii were uen'K aa 1
i-onFo!." dropped ati <=-ielith. despite the good
Bank «»f Borland statement.
American securities opened <lul) but a
fracti.vn :•■.■■■<■<■*■ parity. neaiJiin? vatifcd a
<J*"-lin»-. aft«r vlnch the market became
«su!l !n the aft«>rn«><)n New York alter-
DuS^Jy fold -<nd hotisln. and rri<*e.»' moved
r;jrr")«iy. Tna eloflni; v.-.-j.w irr«-^,";!ai .
Call money in l^ondtn, 2*/rl»-?4 per <-ent:
'•■-rr< iii'«!l:ft < r i-c-ount ra*e for Kaon bills,
m-TG ;x^r i-er.t. ion? bill«. '- '•-'.- <» T.i 1 •r
cent: I>erlin disccunt rate. £^>. per cent;
fan* tii.-cuunt rate, 242 4 per <:»m: Paris
*> change on London. 25 franca 2'.^ cer.
iime«: Berlin exchange on London. 20
marJiF 46 pfennigs. Bar gold, .<s Sd. Amer
ican -.-'-. l€s id. . ■- < ' : .
pasts. J-ne IC— Three per cent rentes. S c
'rvrjo.*- V.' cerxlmts. ex-divldend. A heavy
tone prevailed en \te Bourse.
Berlin. June Trading vis quiet or.
3' of* and prices declines OB unlavor
«b!c Xew York a^vtces.
STOCK PRICES GENERALLY HIGHER ON LIGHT TRADING
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1910. J
»_ _ — . ; i nn A II" I.ow?Finl| Bid 0 -! Ask "ShTs : Net \ ■ -V- 'v 1 Qp A | C ljjf|Lo^lFiril|Bld O .TAfk
iop Mi I oViFinlißid.lAak »okL {cbgel [Qp.l HL|U>»|Flo1lBI«l. Asjt
S f«i C ?£ Am. B.G. & K.pr,c, M- '»~'i"S4~"r'4~:S4 12-1 I- Sg H0;-4«i ; Man hat . El., ex div 1^7. . - - !130 (130 ,130 130 1130 Jl2-.
Hi -3*3 * Am B.G.&F.pr.t x Ji- m> -^ "2 ft IS gUI 9^ 300 4 U Marine ' 514 5 1 * 1 ° 4 "'* »**
300 Allis-Chalmers Company... J-'\ » *{A » • 3 ?,-i 3 P .ij^ ti«* fgj^ pr.'.r.'. . ... :••••.•••• • »^i 7 i 1?^ j^g 17 ;IS
100 ,i, Allis-Chalmers Co. Pr *> ■£» •.• >*„,* g^ „, »__ Margie |r ,^ .^ .: M. pr' ; 151 -* 1151 ;ir.l 131 146 151
56.4^0 -T, Amalgamated Copper [OSg» f* » • gj| 34 i* __ S^ s & Voxas* ... .'■ S% 3^ :»%gi »% 3|g
100 American Beet Sugar M M «- « ( 9^ I.ooo— Bi Missouri Pacific. ..:..■........! 6^4 55;4 65T4.€6 LS"
I 'lf 0 .— i^ -^r^r?^ div U : -"" 7k :k TO% &! 70U 7l' S '10 ~ xAshviUe & Chattanooga.. 125 1S ? IS 125; 1M fe
400- i, American Hide & Leather. 5£ 5% 5% ; ;, s . , W+> a^' ( r°" j.^^ ; W*\ 65 j «6>i: 67 170
200 *:u American Linseed l^i gu JtA 8 JS U JJ A ;uoO-« New York Chi & St. L, . <S'4 UK «5V* 85*1 65^ 66' i
S^j .1; American Tol * Tel n» l»H<g| "^ 1 fgS 5,07s - 3 .Kin,vii S,' Raiiriid: .': ! ! ISIS 1=1«! W. I?!!' ,' 3!:
*2?l- H American Woocn 32% g% -- 4 <v) 0 ■x | p eopl^. 8 Gas . & C oke..-..:...i106 |10S^ 1W 108% 106J4 106%
7a American ooien pr S9 3J -^ ™ Vqu. i oioi 0 -VK) + « Pressed Steel Car •■ t 35»il 35>il 3S 35- 34U iji;
,|.- t ,|Sr.::::::::::::::::::::.f.|:;-;::- S ;'!^ o.i \ PBS!*..?^ l^'^rffi'Srl
piteSßlliiiii ll l^Sil ill 111 1
■-JS +i! jl" 0 ? 1 , 1118 77* 7^ 77^ 7?4! 77^ 7?" 400 - % Rock SS I pr^K™H 55% 85% 84% ?4?i 84%j ?5^
-?S' n/ fe £ TOo s! y gapid Transit.... 77^ '»,,; ii 9"49 "4 195\4 100 — " St. Joseph &O. T. lst.pr...! 50 30 50 30.
*2 S^fiJ^p;:::::::::: 9 X i| « S B- L gpAV-iSE 5k U SiJ SJ a3S
+1 * rwS^ rr«t WMtPrVi"" r '7 1 27s 27 I 26% =7 6,K0 + % (Southern Pacific...... 120% 121% I2o> m« l»?» 121%
11 nissi-i |!|4iif i llli^iilliii
ll^Sillli? JiSiiifllll
i •■^~ > Distilling becunties 29^ 30 3% ■_ '27« |R 1» i United Dry Goods pr 103 1105 p 105 1105-104 M«
I.«<<>:- 3 s ■£:• ----- ■ 4-'i 5 I-"" 4-1. 4^i' 44H!" 45U 100-2 -'United- Railway Inve=tm't- 32 132 !32 '32 131 32
"7" ! s rie a s J. p ••••; 1 1-,-; ; Ar.* iV i-i is-T^ 131 v— - United States Express ioo> 8 100% mWKt% ion 10s
l^liiii^ IHi I S f § liiis, : ::|.i:|i|:r
ll^Slßi m Uliil 11111
lIZ il^uitville & Nashville :: !344 5? «■!!'• ! : 1 100- jfc {WheeHnsr AL.E. 3d pr.... ■;., ,;.. .;,, ,v .; 1 1
100 lMa"kav Companies Hi R8 SS iSS!SS [SS j .^u, . 100 +1% * isconsin Central M% ol'» 51% «% 51 ,2
ICQi- U iMackay Companies pr I 74"?; 74^! 743,^1 74»^ 74'y 1 '•" ! . :: — _ . — : — !__- — -J I— J !—-BANK! — -
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE. Total sales for the day. 293.896 shares, compared with 1.232.589
. ... shares for the corresponding: day in 1900. ... r> • V
Sh'rs Net j — ]ri Ac^" al Sale^-. , ',' 1 '' si ,- ? . Total sales, January Ito June 16. inclusive. 90.536.728 shares.
—^ .ro^merco (2£ ."•-- V: M> I'-o'o,' o--, compared with 04,231,525 shares for the same period in ISCS. ,
!?■--!: IFo?r?h r National:::::-:::::: HS^liS^ilS^nsS^Ugo 'H9O *Small .lots. ... -. -, , ■
fr
financial mm
U. S. Steel's Trade Position a
Bull Influence on Steel Shares.
On a light volume of business stock
i market prices moved in- an irregular
j manner throughout the five hours of
i trading, small net grain;; being recorded
in the larger number of issues at the
close. Commission houses had few or
ders for either account, and as a rule
I operations represented the transactions
i of an unimportant professional element,
! which enjoyed profits or suffered losses
on fractional changes in quotations
throughout the list of prominent issues
in which total dealings amounted to in
1 significant totals. Amalgamated Cop
per. Reading. Union Pacific and United
\ states Steel showed moderate activity.
1 while elsewhere in the market trading
'was intensely dull. Efforts to induce
i liquidation in United States Steel shares
i as a consequence of the passage of the
! Stanley resolution in the lower branch
'of Congress calling on the Attorney
General lor any information tending to
; show conspiracy by the United States
! Steel Corporation in violation of the
anti-trust law failed to bring out stock,
i and interests identified with the concern
■ bought the issues whenever they could
secure them at concessions. Wall Street
. is quite optimistic over the future of the
United States Steel Corporation owing
to the fact that the corporation has
1 roved its worth in the past as a money
I making: company in a line of business
1 that no one interest can control. It is
1 not a monopoly and it is not in a posi
i lion to dictate prices to the so-called in
dependents. The Bethlehem Steel Com
| pany and the Lackawanna Steel Com
] pany, for instance, would not take
! kindly to the charge that they were
I being driven out of business by the
: United States Steel Corporation.
If the United States Steel Corporation
is operating in restraint of trade, earn
j ings of independent companies must be
I bookkeeping gymnastics. The Lacka
; wanna Steel Company in its earnings for
th*» first quarter of the current year
furnishes an 'example of what the out
side trade, is doing, a profit after all ex
penditures, charges and deductions of
$585,^40 being shown. The United
States Steel Corporation is one of the
best managed industrial concerns in the
country, and its officers and directors
doubtless will welcome _n investigation
of its operations and of its position as a
I factor in the Industrial prosperity of the
country. Money in the local market was
easy yesterday. The Bank of England
made no change in its minimum rate of
discount and showed in its weekly re
turn a proportion of reserve to liabilities
of 3100 per cent, against a. ten-year av
erage for this period of 50.24 per cent.
Sterling exchange was strong under the
influence of buying by bankers in an
ticipation of the- July settlements
The month of May is not normally a
heavy exporting period, and the Increase
shown in the outward movement of mer
chandise in May of the current year, as
compared with the same time in other
years, is therefore extremely encour
aging. especially as the record is based
on conditions That promise to continue.
; High rates for foreign exchange in the
last twelve months and heavy ship
ments of gold to Europe have been due.
to rising imports and falling exports at
a time when our interest payments due
abroad have been heavy, when travellers
nave taken huge sums of money out of
this country, when foreign residents
here have sent large savings to their
native lanJ and when we have been lib
eral borrowers in Europe. In the twelve
months ended May 31. 1908, our mer
chandise exixjrtts exceeded imports to the
value of ?668,3U5,617, and in that time
the United States imported more than
$SI.<XiO,(X)O gold net. in the following 1
year the excels on merchandise account
fell to £3SI,.VjS.77'J, with an excess of
sold exports over Imports of 41. •>-}:>. lis
while in the year ended May 31. 1910,
exports of merchandise exceeded re
ceipts by only (1171,744.136, against utl
exports of gold of more thai: $78.000.000.
This country should have an annual cx
ress of merchandise export's over im
ports of more than (fiOU,QOO.O^p to main- j
tain a position as a creditor nation. If j
the current tendency in ;i'.< i»iic-os of t
commodities continues our markets will I
become more attractive lor foreign buy
ers-, and with big crops on a commer- \
cial basis of quotations we may hope to
regain the ground lost in our foreign
trade ix>sition la the last two years.
Exports of manufactured articles from !
here are increasing, and although in the j
last month thtre v.as a decline in ship
ments of breadstuffs, meat and dairy
products, cattle, hogs and cotton to the ,
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIEIM:, FRITUY. JI'XE 17, 1910.
value of more than 'sß,ooo,ooo. as com
pared with the same time in 1909, there
was a gain in exports of manufactures
and other products to the extent of $15,
852.392.
BOND MARKET SALES.
3900 Jap «a» ••• IHm 3000 X Co E L *„,
1500 V .- of" M 4s :»SV p Cs in
02003 X V C 4'is ■ I 2000 L S & M So
Hcts .--101 ' I** 4s i»3
5000 do (a 1036 : 5000 do 4s 1931. B2\i
Res ■OS i 4<.tOi» <1o ***
1000 do 1958... ■' ! < llVl d" 3 ! . s 80%
]<»*> Allis-Ch r.s. 7." , 6000 Marine -i^s.- 84%
]OO(I Am A C ss.loots| .'.«>0»» do 6*
1000 Am H & L, I 2000 M St Ry Kef
Gs 99 I 4s Ctfs 47
51000 Am T & T > 5000 M X & T Ist
Cvt 4s.vr.iod% 4s 3. n " l 9l 9
30000 rio 101 I OT>OO do Rff 45.. 82
2030 do 1007* 3000 do Ext u5. .101
SOOO do ...5W.100%1 I<W> Mo P Ccl 5«.106
6000 <io l'l ! tOOO X R Rof M
5000 An At Ist 4s 78% Ist Con 4«. 84
13000 A T & S X | 4000 X Rys of M
Gen is ... 96% I 4>,s 94
3000 do 8. »*H' 1000 NY <" L. S
4000 do .: ....;. o*4l Col 3%5. •■ 81
1000 do 98% 1000 do M C Col
MOO do Cvt 5«. 107% 3>-.s IS',
8000 do Cvi 106 19-500 NYG& El
;.m,i do Rets f i II & P fa. .100%
paid 102%jlJ9bC do 101
7000 do 102% I 3000 X V Iff H* H -
!Xhi At & B 4s. *1 I Deb Cs 132 vi
2000 do P2?g| 1000 do 132
5000 At C 4s. c. 94 j 1000 do Cvt 3V»s 87%
21000 B & O Gold 1 13000 X V Tel 4',-s 96va
434 3 99 I 3000 do 97
EOOO do ..!..3. <><,3 4 j 1000 X & \v Cvt
I«KK> do £»* • 4s «»%
5000 B R T 45.. 83% | "'W) X P Gen 35.. 70 '-s
200 -0 do P3N» I ioo<» do 70»i
20000 do 83%| rtXK> do Pr 4s. T. 100%
7000 do Golf] ."s. 103 | «VkVi Ore Ph L. Gtd
13(100 Can So 2d..100*i Ref 4s 92
1000 C of G Con 1-4000 p T & T 6s. 06 5
os 104% l<*v> p a Cvt 3',-is.. !H>' 4
5030 do Ist ir.c S5 , ."'TOO do 3Hs 1!>1."> 85%
30«K) do PSHIIOOOO do OS'S,
0000 di SS I "OiHI d:-> $*%.
r. hi. i ,:,-, Cttlß. . 98 I Vital Read Gfn 4?. !>S<*
5000 <!•-. i! Inc. 80 I 1000 rty Ft! Sp ss. 07
1000 Cent L, 55.. M ' 1000 R W & Og
iflOO do 99%| Con 5s 107 Hi
500**0 C P Gtd 4s. MV 2000 St !.. & R F R
2f«tO do 3%8.... SS I R Gen os.. 87
25000 C A- O Cvt : 10,100 do Ref 4«.. SIM
4Vs 93% 1 COOO St L Swh Ist
5000 do . • ■ '- ( . -> .7. 7 i 4s Fi^i
1«jO do Con .'is. lll : 2000 do Con 4s. tVA
2030 C & E Ist 3000 tt T 1 M & M
.Is . 11l 4%a 105%
6Oi>o C & X \V S 14000 Seah A L. AdJ
F 5s 106 .Is 73
1000 CMi B & Q ' 2""O do Old 4s
Gen 4s 0" ; Stpd S2 1 *
2000 do !<7V 6000 O P Ist Ref
19000 an .It 45.. n.'. 1 * 4s 94
2000 do Deb 5s 101% rt^i do 94%
1000 C R I * P 45000 do Cvt 45.. Mi
Ref 4s . ... S7%jsK>oo do 9!»H
110 do 87% ! -'I'hk'i (i ;x»ii
iaO>M) dn R R4s 75*i120000 So Ry Ist ss. 105
2000 C C C * St I 5000 do i«4 T 4
L Gen 4s. Pi I 4«'tO • di . . .* 105
6000 C & 5 Ist 4? 85 I 2000 Third Ay e Ist
100 do R & Ex 5s 10f>Va
4 ' - . 4 *: IfiOo T & II R 45. «1
4000 do 96%] iot>o X' Ift Del Ist. 10."?
2000 D & II CM j 5000 [• El I. 4'^s. M>'«
4s 97% I :s<ion v P Ist 45..10-'>%
10<¥i d.-i Kef 4e. 86%! .v« (»o 101
4000 do 98% I 10000 do Ist Tlef
2000 Don & R G I 4s 96
Ref ."is 9Ui ; UOOO do ........ 95%
1000 D Sec C ss. 6!> i l«>00 do 0<»
1000 Er:»> Ist Con ! 6000 di Cvt 45.. 104%
M 4.12000. 12000 I R R of S F
2^)'>o do «V>F. 82 I 4s 67%
sd'ii do Gen 4s. 12 | 2XK) L' H R & ]m
2GOO do Cvt 4s I 5s 89%
B 64% lO<>O r S Rub 6s.l<i2U
P'xiO do «4V livvt do 102U
20r*i lio ....'.. «4 * i 10000 U S Stl S F
5000 do M4V 5s MB
4000 G B Deb B. 13% 1200Q do 103%
5000 Hock V Ist I roco do Reg 102%
4' ? . 10:»-ii 5O(io \a 4: Svv Con
6000 Ini Her 4' t s » i 5s ft"
7O!»> d, 7s" S | .•s«»*>-.'l w.il, RA Ex
L'hvi do . 7!' j 4s "«\
30000 [ n t R T 6s. 101% 13000 do «7
fiHhi in' Xaiv ss. Rl%| h:mki West S F ss. 88%
6000 Int P P5....101 11<"0001 1<"000 do KS'i
MOO X Co El 4.= | :•<> '• dr> P8
Stpd . . M : 1000 VV C Gen 4s. 904
Total sales of bonds. 51.063.360.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS
(Furnished by J. Thomas Keinhardi. No. 38
Broad street, New York, and No. Cl Devon
shire st-eel. 8t51.r..)
High. Low. Last.
Acme « ! ; 64 '.4
Arizpe Rights 70 66 70
Ba> State Gas 26 25 26
Hohemia 7 «?» 7
Boston Ely -A I '% 17»1 7 »
Boswyooio 7 7 7
Bullfrog MininK 4 4 4
Butte am London 10 2 2
< *ctus copper 2*» : V 2H
Cala^oraE 7..V 7-'» 7^
Calumet -Ccrbin 45 45' 45
Champion ... (> 5 R4
Chief Consolidated 1% 1% 14
Chlno .' 11 '„ 11% 114
Cortex Mines 22 S4S 4 2fi 2*i
Crown Reserve 3 3 3
l.avis-Dily I.". Vi 1U
I»oininioii Syndicate .... 1O ! * ION 10 *
El Kay: . .". 4-« 4 l i 44
First National <Vipp«r... 3^ 3% 3%
<; Iditeld Consolidated.".. 9 9% 8%
[aspiration R 717 1 - 7jf
Laramie }{ p ft p S3 SO g3
La (toss Ay, 4,', 4,*,
Mai Mm w C, « «
Massachusetts Coal .. . . fil 54 57
McKinlcy 100 (•« ion
Mollie ! Gibs 46 24 2<<
Majesti iv 44 45
Maritime Ex (s'l v " »*1
National Min^ncr Explor. CH» -5 2G
Ne\atia Douglas . ; S CH 2%
Ohio ■ ■ luper 2 2 2
Raw hi<j« Mining :» 7 7
Rhode :«hnl <."C2l ... 74 ft% 74
South Lake 4"» 1% 47%4 7 %
Southwest Deveiopmant. -« ♦ 4
Superior and Globe 3r> 3" 35
Vulture 9% 04 ft : *
\Vil!-t silver Mines ... 2 2- 2 •
Yuina (>.-, 65 -65
Yukon 4}} 4ii 4f»
CHICAGO STOCKS
(Furnished by Curtis & Sanger. No. 49 Wai!
street.)
Open. High. Low. Clos«.
120 Am Can i» <i {> :»
l«'l <■=„-. pref i-.)-, »::♦»; fi9*i (3>%
iVi Am Radiator ... 2M SO 850 250
- do pie/ 121 129 lift 121*
SO Am Tel • Tel ...135% 13R% 135% 1»%
21' Booth rinh<>rios... n 35 ;{.•{ 38
175 do tf.- 3d :«( 30 M
56 Com Edison .....in i;;. 4 115 1154
75 Chit Hit- ft Tr..l4S US MS 14S
20 <Thic Telephone. ..i^i'i i2n 120 12'»
6^-.". «:hia l.« No 1... IS IS . 15*4 13%
m Diamond Match l»7« iiS4 or ' QH
30 Illinois Brli 1; .... 77 77 77 . 77
JOO McCruai-Ho*-e15..: 55*» .-,:, 4 .-.-, t r.r.U
33& Met K'evatt-d .... 2" :>.; 35 -jr:
.'.74 do pref m en m at.'x
in Nat Bis uit pref.. llfl% llfi ! » 115 IIS
•_'"■ Nat Orb . uj> HO no 11!»
BON SWS W Elev pref...i(((; 1M 10^ 10-;
50 Quaker Oats 103' i 1or?H 1113 JOIVi
138 do prt-f 10.! 104 lO^i 104
s:i> Swift & Co rr v ':i, r.s T3Vs r "'
14*. ;~h!p pre* . ir.rt " ir,n% as" IS"
60 ' Western Etone ... «»; r>\ <■ - A s^
no.VDP
J«.O<v) Con K3l»on a* .ioi 7*7 * 101 101H 101H
1.000 Chic Rys Ist &*... f»ft 00 Oft 09
3.000 N V. r Elevated 4s. 94 64 H 8* 1 * *H*
3.000 Cerien Ga* 5i 9* JH 0-t »4
6.000 So tlds Elav 44» 83 93 W 93
". INACTIVE STOCKS.
: The following were the last- actual sales
and the . closing quotations for stocks jin
which there were no transactions yesterday
on the New York Stock Exchange:
Last Closing. .
sale. Rid. Asked.
Adams Express 236 250 —
Am Agr Chem 43 42 44
Am Agr Chem pref 101' 00 101»4
Am Deet Sugar pref »% 934 3»jb
Am C & F pref 115 113 11»
Am Coal 1-1' 75 150
Am Cotton Oil •■• <'.l«.i Rl'.i 62
; Am Dist Tel : 20 15 3<*
Am Express T 2TiO 240 2.'.0
An ice Sec 23» A 25% 24
lAm Linseed prer 32% 31 3--»4
i Am Locomotive pref 1054 105 10< *
Am Malt 55i 0%, •>
Am Smelt pref B 85 *4 fcfi
Am SnufT...... 255 27* 300
Am Snuff pref 100 lU'o 101
Am Steel Fdry S» 52 55
!Am Susar 117* 117 11$
I Am Sugar pref 117 116 118
Am Tel & Cable 75 71 "5
I Am Tob pref JW^ or -4 9.">
Ann Arbor 33 ?« 36
Ann Arbor pref 70 .65 1-
I Bethlehem Steel 2* 25 26
Be.thleli.-ni Steel pref... 53 -=-• ** *
Eklya In Gas..: 141 1404 1424
Brunswick 10 ■ »4 '2
Ruff R & P I*-*' *"> 97
Buff R & P pref. 125 124 130
Buffalo & Susq pref..-. £?> — 33
r>utterick Co 2$ 28 20
Can Southern 67 C 471
: Cent &• So Am Tel 115 — IIS
■Cent Leather 374 37 -^74
i Central of N J. .. -- -• ..2Vi 270 3«n
Chic & Alton pref 6« - ► «8
Chic B & Q 225 200
Chic I & L prof — «O VI
; Chic M & Bt P pref.... 151 150 152
1 •"liic * Northwestern.. -1454 1444 146%
Chic Union Tract 3% 3% 3 l
Chic Union Tract pref.. ft 4 » n
1 Col & South ■ 57 564 57
! Col & S-> Ist pref 7«Vt 7ft 78.
Col & 80 2d pre* 754 "* 7S
! Col & Hock Coal & 1.. st<, 6^i sri
1 Corn Prod Ref pref 75 . 75 77
; Den* & R G pref 7? 6 * 7* JS%
1 D M & Ft D 9 5 20
Detroit United R R 5P<% 51 5«
j D S S A- At 13 114 14
IDS S & At pref 25% 24 27
Erie 2d pref 38 334 35
Evans & T H 50 50 »5
Evans 4- T H pref 524 75 =5
Fed M & S 3D & 35
Fed M& S pref Rl . 61 71
Fed Sutrar 60 40 6O
Fed Sugar rref fts IK) - 100
Gen Chem Co <*> <>14 !W>
Gen Chem Co pref -,02 101 v, 104
Gen Else Co 147 14f» 147
i Grainy Mining 40 35 100
I Havana Elec Ry.....--.- 054 f«4 374
Havana Elec Ry pref.. efl 95 "7
i Hocking Valley lift 11f»4 —
I Hocking Valley pref . . . if>i«i \(\\\ —
i Horn-stake . .'. "- .«{* R« SO
Illinois Cent 13.'. 132 135
1 Ingersoll-Rand Co 105 »3 —
' Ingersoll-Rar.d Co pref. 154:^ »7 —
Int Harv pref.. 12« 120 121
Inter Paper : 11»i 11 12
Int Steam Pump r>ref . . *2*i .=2 S3
lowa Central pref 35^ ■ 34 3514
iKC Ft S & M pref 70 < ' fi9 75
Keok & T> M pref 41 si 50
Knit-k Ice of Chic pref.. 77 rt7 75
Lake Erie A W 18% 15 SO
lAke F.rle & W pref... 52 45 52
! Long Island.*- 63 63 «7
Manhattfin Beach 314 3 3
Maryland Coal pref 90 50 M
Michigan central -_ _ iSf)
Mlii & St Louis... 41% 2.*! SI *
M & St L pref »■« r-A «4
i M6;r &s.s-m 137 ixr, 137
M St 1' 4- S S M L. 1... PS 87S Wi
Mo Kan & Tex pref «7a,; ti7 0S
Morris & Essex IS3 17» IC31 C 3
Nat Biscuit U. 74 105 107' i
Nat Biscuit pref J23 121 125
Nat Enam * Stp pref. . R.VJ j;.-, IfK)
Nat Lead pref io<? 107 10s
Nat of Ve\ pr»f pr.»i «s,-, «?
Sat of Mcx- 2d pref.... 274 2fi«4 274
i New Cent Coal r.2 : % HO . !U"»
j N V '■ * Ft L. Ist pref.if)f>Si ion no
j N V C ft St L. 2d pref. . nr. S5 03
N V Dock : as 2{» 38
NY Dock pref.... 524 SO «-,
NYL&W — ' 120 125
NY N H «• H 15214 145 15:5
N V Ont & \V 444 44 4414
Norf & West pref.. 90 <;<? Ps
Ontario Silver 2% 2 24
Pacific Coast 105 104 110
Pa- in,- Coast l«t pref. -.ids •8S . lift
Pacific Coast 2d pref... 107 lor, 1 4
Pa, Tel & Tel Xi 32 5 i 35
Par Tel & Tel pref fIS flo 100
Peoria & East 224 . 20 25
p ('. C & St L f»« - 05 ?W
p <: C * St L pref 11.-4 105 11«
Pitts Coal I**» 17\ 1«»
ruts Coal pref..... <>« r." 70 j
Pressed Ste^i Car pref. . ns f>4 OS i
Pullman Palace Car ...ten 159 lfiO ]
Quicksilver 3 2"4 3
QricksiUer pr»f 4 3 fi \
Reading Ist pref -(wit^ cstj 00 j
Reading 21 pref }>R m utn I
Rome Wai & Off'! 1214 120 1224
Rutland R R Co pref... 30 25 m
St J 4 6 1 IS 1" CO
St Lt SF Ist pref. . . . (M% 62 «7
St L * 8 F C&E I etfa.UH — iso
=t!JCS F C&E- I .Hfa pf.11«4 — 115
BttJkSFCAE I ctfs new. r.l 4S fi«J
Plo.«s-Sheff Stl * I pref.H7»i 117 121
So P. R M & O ctfs ... Sfiu 70 75 I
Tex A Pnc Lrt Tr JSO N f>"
Third Aye R R 54 s*i "
Trl Rvi & Licht .«4 S S~
Twin City R T IW% ion** 1104
T"n Rag * Paper « 7 <«
In Brc: & Paper pref... r.o 5" en
T'nlted Clpar Mfij pref.. 10.; 104 ios
IT < C.I P * F 10 in 22
V S C 1 P & F pref P3 PR 70
UjRJBfA Imp 75" 73 74
II S Reduc & R«>f 54 5 <?
i; S Rrduc .v Ref pref.. is 15 20
I" P Rubber ?-«4 374 ar»Va
T' S Rubber 21 pref. . 7* 74 7S I
Vandulia R R SO 74 -
Va 'ar Chem nref 123 121 123 i
Va Ir-n C * C fS — «0
Vulcan Detln:iin« IS 15 19
Vulcan DeCnnlng pref.. 74 RO 70
Well* Fargo Expre-s.-.ini 15« 1«S
T^>st Maryland nref i*S 07 fiSJ^
UVstingh Mfr Ist • ref.. 11l IQS 12.-,
»>of| A T. E 4 . 4 r.
Wheel ALE Ist pref.. *% B% 10
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnisl-.ed by W. N. Coler &• Co.. No. 43 Cedar
«nei»t. 1
(Accrued interest to be added.)
Bid. Asked.
•Rets., t : *. March. m3O-'«0 100^ mi
•4 l v. Ni.veiroer. 1057 I<*»H 101%
•4'» Miy 1057 K^'-a 101-,
•4-- November. l*»? l"2 IfISH
•4'"' May. 5017. '°2 MC%
•4# May. l«M Pf> r.OV
•4* November. 19-V 9 *» n:» : «
»4«, May. UN r ' BW4
•4«. May. l»1!> !>r> „ 1 001 *
+ 43, 'November. lf>.V.-'sr,. £ H m%
■Ms November. IMA 0* !WH
•34. November. 1M4~'55 ."« • fS
J34 Miv. 1054 *'•* "'4
t.iu, irr.o- - 54 • '• .. »7\
tS% November. l^l- «-4 ccl *
134, November. Itß> oo >- ftl '»
IS% November 1P22 g% MH
nil' November, i«l« P«H a*s
13% November. !014 M- 4 »74
|<sS.'st«r5 S .'st«r . 1910 • 101 H 101H
•Coupon* interch*s«;«ab!e. tßtrUtered. JCou
peai IReilate.-id tsd ooupeai.
: OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
; While a. generally, steady tone was showii
in the market for. outside securities, try
ing continued almost entirely c ""'Jj 1 . '..J-,,
the lower, priced mining Issues. ai ... • v *»
fair animation developed for a tune in
some, of the -higher priced >:c?: c? ; v "- J'!^
copper issues ruled steady, ;u«thlirmness
in spots, notwithstanding the unsettled con- ,
dition, of- the- metal, Creene-Cananca de- ;
veloped a stronger tone at an t.nprove
m"iu of about •>. Miami. Chino. Ray Cen
tral and Inspiration were a fraction higher
Union Mines .ruled steady with .air at
tivit- Ely Centjal was about unchanged.
El Kayo. • Dolores and Mines .of America
were active on the reported mercer. ««*«
field stock continued strong on limited pur
chase?: The industrial list was quiet with
a Blight Inquiry lor American Tobacco.
Intercontinental Robber was irrepila..
Bonds were- quiet but steady. Detailed
Operations follow:. ,'*~i-
INDUSTRIAL.
Shares. - Open. High. Low. Last.
35 Am T0bacc0.... 425 425 42.. *;£..
laWIIK Rub Tr rf» 22% -!'• -•• 7^:*!
2.900 'January 0i1... 47 40 48 4.
2.000 ♦July Oil 3.1 35 3^> 35
400 ' June Oil .... -32 . 32 32 3;.|
'•75 Manhat Transit 2 2 - -
4,806 Mays Oil 130 134 130 132
600 ' Palmer 0H.... 14.". 145 14-' 1*2 .1
. IS Standard 01!.. 613 61.'. 61 2^ 01-'s
■•; rOO LSUc ■& Htg lA *;* It? I*
500 do pref....... 7*4 7?* t% «-*
VVi- MINING.
l,o"o*Bovard Cons.. 2 4 «a 2% 2*4
500 Braden Copper. 41%4 l % 4'» *■* 4J»
2<«O Canadian Mines «« v t «Vi >*« ?*
. 1,20 ft Chino Coppfr... 10 » 11H 3" » 11-s
15,000 'Cobalt Central 10 10 9- »
I.OTiO Colonial Silver. % % % .*
ton Cons Ariz Sm.. 17 » I7 * I•« ''»
300 Davis-Daly Cop Irs 'rV ' ♦ '♦
1.050 Dolores M Co.. t' 1 .'.. 7 t»IJ • .
-8.500 Ely central .... 1& ' !*! * 'A l *
7.400 Ely C0n5....... so :,i '.0 Bl
2.500 El Ravo 4fV 4jV J3 4"«
22'> First .National. :;'i 3 ( z f-?» »'»
GOO Giroux Mlnin*. 7 7H 7_ 7
2..V10 Gnldfield Con?., ft 0 s '» '•'
lo.OOOGold Hill Cons. 1A ' •*« •» '3
500 C.reeue-Canant a 9 8 X" "*
400 Hustcd MinlnK. «"• 88 6fi Ch
2.1i.'0 Inspiration Cop 7v^ •*> <•> £
l.oiX> Kerr l.al:e (*( * S'» .«.> -A
2'V> L,a nose Cons.. 4,V «*•: 4. r 4 a
utt> Miami... 2*« 2% 2% -»
7.V» Miami Copper.. l!>»i l»a Tin 1 - 19 v 4v 4
15,000 'Mines Co of A «•*• 70 «T. <; T
7(tt» •McK-Darragh 100 VVt MM 100
1 200 Niplsiin* MCO ll'^s M*i 11 1 * 11 *
2.400 Obio Copper ... 2 £•*» '♦/( 2
Z,nfXJ 'l>ac Smelters.. 4L" a 5O 42' 2 5O
. .V>o Precious- Metals 2% >: i '-'* -*
5,20<l 'Rawhide Cltn. 22'- 23 -'2.- 2n
000 r»a.\vh:iv Qtieen 3» .■;■"• 30 S!
. 9.500' Hay Central.... 2% ' 2A -"■» "A
2'! Ray Con* ... 17 17 17 17
400 Red V.anior... l i 2 1«>1 «> -
200 Stewart *» is "« «
3.".oTonopah. * 7 fe 0 «'» >♦„
Tularosa I' 4 1 'i I'♦ l .*
Tuolunwie Cop. 3^2 S% 3's -■?*»
- Soft t'nloo Mines... I* 1 : * II 1 * '•
2.0<>0 *( n Pac Cobalt i 4 A 4
10t» I-nlted Copper. T>M s's "> : 2 r«hj
.'CO Tnlted Rico... 0 0 9 .9
.200 Yukon G Mines «% 4-S 414 *%
BONDS.
f\. .Tones & l Ss..l«l'.i 101 '» 101 >i 101
5,000 Western Pac 53 93% U3S 03 93%
♦ Sells cents per share. fOdd lots. JKx di.l-
I dend. . . -■ .-.-.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
It was a traders' market on the Con
solidated Exchange, with comparatively
dull characteristics for a large part of the
time. Toward the close, however, the vol
ume of business enlarged and prices ad
vanced. Short covering in Amalgamated
Copper and United States Steel common
was .conducted on a large scale, traders
who were short having evidently become
nervous overnight regarding their posi
tion. Some of those who beat a retreat
explained their action by stating that they
had noticed that the market of late had
been exhibiting strong resistance to bear
ish attacks. Sale? totalled 45.250 shares,
with the list including thirty-six stocks, a
narrower market than usual. Detailed op
erations follow:
STOCKS.
Sale?. Open. HUn Low. La.«t.
7.0.V» Amal Copper... R2 H3'* *'•! 7 « W-i
20 Am Beet Si-gar. "4 : * 34' i 34«» Si's
1.570 Am Smelting... 74 7 i 7."> i "4% 7.">H
10 Anaconda Cop., sit'-^ ;:3' .".OVj 30'=
220 At Top & 8 Fe.l<!.-,\ !M' 3 103 a 4 I"! 1 !
10 Bait & Ohi'»...lll<« 111 1 , Hl', III 1 .
70 Bkiyn Rap Tr.. 77H 77 i 77' 4 - 77»i
SO ran Pacific .. .190 10.V. 194- 1 . ;r>4 3 «
rsn Che? & 0hi0... «>'* si-- 3 SO's si*
1,140 Ch Mil & SI P. 125% 127 125»i 128%
70 Col Fuel & Ir.. .;.->'♦ 3.%'; 34% 34%
• 270 Con«ol Gas 1"-! l.Ti'v 135*4 l".'i
110 Den & Rio Or.. 34 Hi .■'.."'< "» ! i -TV 1 *
IO Plst .Securicics*. 3" 30 30 38
.Vi Eric 2"'* -"'« 27 27' i
SO Gt Northern pf.l3o*i l"0 ? 4 130% 1..0 1 -..
30 inter-Met I«°% l^Ti '*> l>» 7 -i
SO do pref 51 -"1 t-O 5*5 * ■*•"'»
1-0 Iy»uls Nash.. t44'^ 144' i 14+.» H4' 5
40 Mo Kan & Tex. ."S^- ~ ns'-.. ."">': 3<> 2
IO Mo Pacific <V> . OB «►> '-"5
270 N V Central.". 11**4 115Ti 1 " i "»
lOl'eopl^s Gas...lO«^ lCti?» 10t» 3g3 g 106*4
8,700 Read'iß l.W»i 154 ivj\ 15STi
20 Rpp StPel pref. 51.">'j it.". 1 - 0.". 1 f».-,»i
]f>n Kopk Island 3!> 7 » 4<> ! 2 30% BMI
'J1 do pref. ..... S"S S-'. 3 * «14 »*4
1.440 Southern Pac.ia) 3*3 * 121** 12'»«« 121*4
SO Southern Ry...25'4 25» ? -•"''* -">'*
g :(.<*> Union Pacific. .l 7O x i 171 7 170 1 ? 171-*
17,5!>0 I' 3 Steel. 7«:» 77 '■» 76« i 77 -i
.',O do pref 11514 115% lir.- 1 * 115%
"20 Utah Copper... 4.1 '« 4.'; 4 43' i 43 a 4a 4
mo Va-Car rhem.. ."Jt'i» r>r>*s 53' i " >:> 't
lOAVabash 1!> T.» 10 10
30 do prpf 42 : 4 42*» 4-"* •*-
45,260 Total sales. .; *"« .
• " MINING.
SOrt Be 'mom 3.75 3.7.% 3.75 3.75
,'iOOConsol Va..... .OS .OS .OS .M
500 OoWfield Con..S.!X> 0.00 S.W ? i>o
1.000 Jack Pot «8 -OS .08 .OS
2.000 Jim Rutler ?/» .30 .2S'.i .2S!i
poo jumbo Ext.... .21 .-1 .21 .21
1,200 Mexican 1.03 l.« 8 1.05 l.<>.".
2On Montana SB M .!>S> .M
300 ophtr 92 .5"2 -O2 .!>2
40" • Portland 1.28% l:26>a 1.28*4 l/Jij'j
1.600 Silver Pick OS .€6 .O7 1 -.- .<'."'i
5.300 Total sales.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
iKurnished by Swart i- Appenicllar, No. 40
Pine st.)
Approx.
Name Maturity. Bid. Asked. >ie'd.
Am Cijrar 4n c, Mch IS. U>ll TIN", !«)'i 8160
do 4 p c. Mch 15. 1'.)12 "7 'a 98 5.10
B&O4 pc, Mrh 10. 1911.. Wj »'i 4.10
do 4'- pc, June. 1013 ft.NS f>S»4 4.90
Beth Ster-1 rt p .-. Nor. 15H4.. 96% !»7' 3 6 .V)
Cn &A 5p c. Mr!i 15, 1*13.. 9M4 $>a>; 4.M5
C H & D 4 p c. July. 1013 ftp* !»7' A 4.75
re r * st T. 3r c. June. *11.1»Wi ioo*i 4.10
DA:U eg 41:4 1 : pc. July. '22..101 HU 3 * 4.^5
Eric dp c. April 8. inn 98% W0 '•.**>
Gen nub 4 : - pc. July. 1915.; J>2 04 5.70
Hudson Cos 6p c, <>ct 15. '11. !»'i 1O.»' 3 ."..go
do 6 p C, Feb. 101?. !«> 100 fi.oC>
Intrrbor RT<i p .■. May. '11.101 101% 3.M
KCR&L. «v c, Sept. 1!)12. OS'i 90 5.50
do 5 11 c, May lft. 1913 . fH 0."> v i •;.:.<>
Lack ?tcol 3p c. Mch. 11>1."... :>."»'» !*': 5.5.">
M <- St !,»'<» c. Feb. 1011.. -!JS^ P!> 3 i, .r..*o. r ..*o
NTCj.s »'i .'■ r> c Nov. miO-'L'i. 4 .10-54.30-, basis
X r XH *- Hsp c. mil 12.14i0'4 101 ?i
St I> & F 5 p <-. Jan. KM1..100 I«hiH 4.i»
di 4 ! 7 t> c. Feb. T»l2 tV.-i 97 «.35
do 5 p <\ Mch. ir»l3 .. 06 07 jo
Souti'»rn Ry 5p C. Feb. 1013. 88 os, ,VSO
Tidewater •» pc. June. UU3..lf>0 7 » 101 >, r..."i)
W Tol & T*>l 5p c. Feb. 1012. f*0»» a:i', 5.28
\V E&MO pC. Aug. ID 10.. 100 100% 3.50
rtAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 191*-*27.
(Furnished by Swartwout * Appenrellar, No. 40
Pine st. 1
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlantic Coast Una 4 p c. 1!>1O-'17. . 4% 4-,
Buff, R& P 4-4 Vi P C l»l!>-'27 4 » 4 g
Cof Ga 4Va-5 pc. 1819-' 17 . 4", 4 -
Cent R R of N .1 4 p C, 1!>12--17 4=» 4
Che* & Ohio 4 n c. 10KW17 4\ 4'i
Chic & Alt 4-4'a-S p c. 1010-'l9 ,V» 43i4 3 i
Chi X 111 4 ! - -5 o <--, l«10-"17 s'» 4-«
C. R I 4 P 4' s r, p C. 1910 19 54 4 ? .
C. H ft D 4 ! ~ 5 P c. 101'> '20 st 4 T »
D * H 4's p c. 1*22 4% «H
Erie 4-4Va-5 p c. 1910-17 54 4",
Hock Val 4 «'-- p c. IVIO-*U 474 7 4>.
Hud * M .*> r> c lftin-M!> 55 l * .1
X CFt S & M. 4'^ pC, 1310 M.V . 5M 4-,
Kan city Southern 4'c i> C ISIO-'IS. 47»4 7 » 4'i
I^li Val 4-4^5 p C. H*H»-"1« 414 1 - '4
Mo P.: £ p c. 1!>1'» IT s'-, 47«4 7 «
Mob ft O 4-« p c. V.UO-- 1« 5 4",
X V c tinea 5 p c. I»lO-*22 4 : i 44 141 4
Xorr & \V 4 p <■. ll)1O-'l''. 4% - *' X
Pennsylvania 3^i-4 p c. 1010-"17 4 4 V 4'i
Si L. ft S F 4 1-- .". pc. l'.»H> t7... .■>■» 4 ; .
do Kiiar A C A.- F •*• p c. 10!" 17. H 4*«
Seaboard A I. 4^-5 pc, 1010 17. . 3*i 4 i
South n.v I , 1 * -4 414 1 - PC. •!•!<>- # 21 ... ft .] ■■«
Vl?K!nlan Ry 5 p P. ■ 1!' lOt!» .. *'* 4%
Wabash Railroad 4li-5 pc. ISIO-*SI. .1'» 4*4
Wh Xl L. E 4's-o p c. IS»ItV-'22 0 5
BANK
STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall Btr»»t.)
Bid. Asked. I F.id.Askrd.
America ... 610 «i3O llrvlnir V E. 203 210
Am Bzch... 'JX> 2424 (Jefferson . — is.".
Audubon N. low 105 I Libert V «2."\ —
.Ctna Nat.. 17f> ISO Lincoln .... -too 42S
Bronx Ilor. . 300 — Manhat Co.. 320 tOB
Rnnx Nat. lt>> 200 Mkt 4 Ful.. iV> SRI
Battery l'U. 120 13'J I Metropolis .. 3SX» 40"!
Bowery .... 373 — (Meet) &M N 2T.7 SH
Butch & O. 140 MB Mercantile .. l'.S ISO
liryant Pk. 188 100 Vetropolitan. IN —
Coal &I N. 150 l«Ti M*r<!hantß" . 175 I 7»
Century ... 170 175 Mi-rehants" E I*l 170
Cha»r 430 4<V\ Mount Morris 250 2<W>
Chatham .. 325 '335 | Mutual 2*5 tH -
i.hemlcal .. 44» 45'» Nassau ... . 24') —
« it Cent N. IW lfiO Nat ItMtrv*. 10T. 113
City 3.5 3«> New .VethTd 210 2SU
i.h'isea F.x. 3M — IN V N nA. USB 3.55
Commerce . 2124 2174 N V fruni\. ln.Hi ;._
Col. nlai ... ,V>o — lilt*, Ward . . 27.% 3K)
Columbia .. 322 34« ■ Mght ,t Day 335 - —
«"om Kxch.. 320 32K Nor Nat . — H>3
Ka«t River. IIS 12.". ; iM.-iti, .... 23 » 2ti>
Ftde itv ... tn.l 17.'< *r-nrk SSS 34 1
Firs: Nat... «J3 tuxt Piopte's 2.'<> 2Si»
Fifth Nat S<V> 350 i Fhenlx r>> 2W
Fifth Axe .4100 45O 1 ) r!*r.tl . «23 —
Fourth Nat. 101 11W I Produce Ex. 1« 173
14th Ftreet. VA 1(» Sherman ••• »•'« -
O«llat!n ... DO 345 !p*Hh-.irJ ... WO —
C.arneld ... 290 300 | jecond 4 JO —
German-Am l*>) 130 l«tat ... 275 290
German Ex 4S.'. — 1 12th Ward... — 140
Germanla .. M 0 s«3 23d Ward... 140 —
G-tham Nat l."0 — I non Kxcß. ISJ luO
Greenwich 235 SM ash tits. . 27? —
Hanover ... Ml 62% West Sid*... »VW —
Imp &. Tr COO 075 Yor!ivl!l« ... 20a —
, •Nsw ttocX
Executor Charted 1322 .; Trusts
Chartered 1822 .^T 55
The Fanners- Loan and Trust Company,
NO3. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
New York.
losdos \l gg£R£* M PAm 41 B -^ *****,
Travelers 1 Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange,
Administrator Guards
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET. — Jlonsy on call!
opened at Z% per cent: highest. 3 per cent:
lowest, 2V» per cent: closing. Via per cen.:
ruling rate. 23i2 3 i per cent. Time money was
practically unchanged, with conditions
easy. Rates, sixty days. 3 per cent; ninety
day 3 ! 4 per cent; four months. 3~' 2 per
cent: five months, T%ft» per cent; m
months. 4®4>i per cent: seven months 4« 2
rer cent bid. Mercantile paper came into
the market in "lightly increased quantities
Rates !'vT75 per cent for sixty ami ninety
days' bills receivable. \ ? Am:>A m :> per cent for
choke four to six months single names, xa
5' ■, per cent for others.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.— The foreign ex
change market opened firmer with rates
up H> to 15 points to 4.5590ti4.57 for cables.
4 £>»?£? 4. 5C65 for demand sterling- and
4. 54*. 1.8*4 for sixty-day bill?. Short francs
were quoted at .".lS"- t less 1-02 and short
reichsmarks at 95 1-16. The market hell
firm in the morning and early afternoon,
but business was quiet. Cables were quoted
at 4.859.Vfi4.57. demand sterling fit 4.**so/5
1.8670. and sixty-da-, bills at [email protected]»i
Short francs were quoted at 5.13* i plus '-
<<r.d short reichsmarks at 93 1-1*395 1-1« plus
1-32.
tankers" posted rates follow:
sterMn^ Sixty .lay?. Demand.
Sterling •*>■-• ' ':;-
Ctrmanr. r*ichsma.-.<s 1 4"» !»->;*
Vans, francs * '-"" 5 « 5'?."
Pelelum. francs •'• •-] * - , ' 7*
itzfrland. francs .->-'* ']„,%
Holland. guilder? 40 4y «
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.— Boston, par;
Chicago. loc discount: San Francisco. sj^ht
1 or premium, telegraph 7%c premium: New
Orleans, commercial :"<• discount. bank 51
premium: Charleston, buying par. stllins
l-100 premium: St. Louis. 10c disccunt
bid. .=ic premium asked: Minneapolis. »c
premium: Savannah, buying 3-lSc discount,
; selling- par.
BASK RINGS.— New York. ex
! changes 5325.707.30 1, balance? ?ll.o.»_..;oS;
Baltimore. exchanges jr..li>7.«s.i<;. balances
J615.253: Philadelphia, exchanges ?23.550.0:.5.
balances f2.002.570: Boston, exchanges $2..
045.229. balance? 51.942.P53.
Sl?..VJ£fi MARKET. — *>ar sil
ver, 53% c: Mexican silver dollars. 44c. Bar
silver in London closed at 24 11-lt>d. an ad
vance of 1-1 fid
GOLD PREMIUM. — la Madrid, 7.13;
Lisbon. 10.25.
MEXICAN •HANOI-: — Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at 2.01*j-
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS. — Receipts
from customs yesterday were ?913.."»3f). in
ternal revenue $347,956 and miscellaneous
$123,510. a total of 51.914. W. asainst total
expenditures on ordinary account of $1,303.
470. For the month to date ordinary re
ceipts have been $27..3i5.;v ;; '4 and ordinary
expenditures $26,851,958, the excess of re
ceipts amounting to $437,426. For the
fiscal year to date ordinary receipts have
been $"-»l!».7 43. 14.'. against 15U7.925.713 in the
same time in 19*9, and ordinary expendi
tures $632,51'0.*2*>. against |C39^6».85)i in
1909. t'.ie excess of expenditures this year
amounting to $12,777.89*. pared with
an excess last year of $71.4::i'.13b. Includ
ing Panama Canal account and public
debt, the excess of all expenditures over
receipts since July amounts to ?44.955.155.
as:,•^ps^ an excess in the corresponding
period a year ac;o of $127,510,330.
SUB-TREASURY^ - The Sub-Treasury
was debtor to the Clearing House $I.SIO,SS.~>.
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN" TRADING. — Foreign houses
sold stocks on balance in the local market
to the extent of about 15,003 shares.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. — Dividend?
have been declared as follows: lawyers'
Mortgage Company regular quarterly 3 per
cent, payable July 1: Canadian General
Electric Company regular quarterly I * per
cent on the common, payable July 1: Fi
delity Trust Company regular semi-annual
3 per cent, payable July 1: Finance Com- :
pany of Pennsylvania quarterly SI Z0 on th»
first preferred, payable July 1; Right of
Way Mining- Company 2 per cent, payable!
July Z: the Bald in Company regular quar
terly 1' 2 per cent or the preferred and 2
per cent on the common, both payable July
15; Assets Realization Company semi-an- |
nual 3 per cent on the preferred, payable '
July 2; Union Switch and Signal Company
regular quarterly Z per cent on the pre- !
red and 3 per cent on the common, pay
able July 9; Library Bureau regular quar- !
terly 2 per cent on the preferred A and 1 \
per cent on the preferred B. both payable '
July 1: Metropolitan Bank regular quar- j
terly .' per cent, payable July 1; Second
Cities Realty Corporation regular semi-an
nual i' l -.. per cent on the preferred B, pay
able July 1; Fulton Trust Company semi- :
annual 5 per cent and an extra 1 per cent, !
both payable July 1; Louisville and Nash- t
ville regular semi-annual Z\ 2 prr cent, pay
able August 10.
ULSTER & DELAWARE. - For the
first time in many months there was a
sale yesterday on the Stock Exchange of
Ulster & Delaware , > per cent bonds. The
price was MB for one JI.OO-j bond, against I
a hiirh pike in 1300 of 103*,. The Ulster & !
Delaware. Railroad runs from Kingston.
X. v. to Oneonta. N. Y. it showed I
a surplus for the fiscal year ended i
June SO, ISO!), of 5101.300, after Interest !
charges, '
NEW ENGLAND NAVIGATION CAP
ITAL INCREASE.-Tae New England Nay- |
isation Company of Connecticut has tiled !
with Hie Secretary of State of Connecticut 1
a rfrtiricate of increase of capital from I
M:\'^>..vn t,, |S,eOft.eoO.
UNION EXCHANGE BANK DIVIDEND i
REDUCED. -The Union Exchange National i
Bank has declared a semi-annual dividend ;
of 4 per cent, a reduction of 1 per cent '
seml-annually. payable June 30 to stock !
of record of that date.
NEW STOCK EXCHANGE MEMBER^
Owen F. Roberts, who recently purchased i
the seat of Alfred Kes.sler. has been admit
ted to membership in the New York Stock >
Exchange. ' "I
COTTON EXCHANGE SEAT POSTED -
The New York Cotton Exchange member
ship of C. K. Farn.«wortb. of Farnswortfa !
A; Evans, of Memphis, has been putted for 1
transfer.
TO VOTE ON EXTRA COTTON EX
CHANGE HOLIDAY. -Members of the
New Tort Cotton Exchange will vote to
day « p .1 proposition to tlode the exchange
OD July 2.
|POSTED FOR TRA.\SKER._ Tin Stock
exchange seat of the late diaries S. Whe
len. of Philadelphia, has been ported for
transf.tr to William 3. Wta«lcn.
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
' tßeported by Clinton Gilbert. x,, ] Wall street.)
Alllanc* Ry Bid-Askad. |i^ w T1 & T I»2^»M
AlUaaca tty 113 130 ( i^ w T ist T "<■•' --s
Am Surety; 220 l>tj - !.im.oin 140 14.%
1 A s:< ; r :ir '>">" > •■"'-'• LW **'* T. .*>.-. an
Bankers' ... •!'• 710 !. Manhattan .. 373 iiht
U « M 0.. J.". 2M Me, ..nt > .Hg -vi
Brcedway::; MS ISO (Metropolitan. - bSI
I Hrookbn .. <^5 — |>lts« Baad . lit) 157
; carn«>k:i<> ... vj>* 130 Stataal ... 130 i
I CsiCo«f(Al» 140 Mi.! A\Ur.,e - n"«u
I Central 10<i.» IOSS Kaeaau ... 173 i«
City Invest: »•» TJ |Nat Sur:t>.' -„1 -jT,
do prof... MS IIS NVI. t .<fc T.I 100 lT" ( >
. lilzens- ... Urt Hi x v v j s. S "To
Colun.tU ..a-v'. 23.', M V Trust.. sS C3B
('om'wealUi. ISO- — |l>opie'» ••^^ M :
I Commercial. 120 1274JQu C a Mt 6 e Tli _
1 Empire Tr .aM 310 Qutens Co 113
I L^uaa.-I* .4*) ,400 Rcajt) a ls^; m UN>
r L. * T...1i.<0 I, .5 savoy • -
llatbush .. 2M » >tand»rd ■■ M «m
Franklin .. 52 C3o Tltla <: * T . 4si> «iin
j Kultoa 2".K> — Tlof v v M i\t.
Fidelity ...2O 210 TrCocV.Km34o -«
Guardian :: - us 3 gtiui *"r§o i"'.t
Home Trim - us |f > m ,r. t" :i'.; a<^
Hud Realty 110 — 'USTfi* IS J. .!
Hudson ...170 ISS Van \ora*n -V
Int Bke Cor lit. _ WashtartoS?- 3^ "
Klna- Co. . 80S - W>5U-h. st ir" ?Aft
Knlckerbock 3D» 310 \v" T v }'?« '
l*w Muse.. 242W L 4S Winjio? ' \4
«.\ew
I PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES
prn iS nea b^vn^ a; MM S neU A co le^ a .
Am Lisht & Traction £1^ A»k«d.
do preferred ... -« s - y 0
Am oa« & Klectrlsi:;;; 1 2, l 05 L
.'.O preferred .. " *♦"* Wi
do nrtt 3a . . . "" *} -»J
1 LJcn\er Gaa 4 nll'a^ M -J
do general 57 * k lw 1-6
', Empire District E'actrle! D - **
da p.r.erie- t "- ttr "- 3s 33
da toads ... • I» W
Lincoln 0a« jfc E»ect-V«" ~ •$
ido prel'e.-r^ ~ C Ml
56 37
Irving Nationaf
Exchange Bank
SCI 1 'I- x ( -_^_.
HfJoarfM Orer ThirtT JJlUlo,, H^
! "I'O't Broadway and ' .i i -.. v- m «. v
Stocks
I ,/, THOMAS REntHJUmr
; Best FxcMt-os for Exccatiß* Orri *
i QflJeS 33 Broad St., N. Y. Orrr/ Mi 'C\
j Boston ■ ■•>.-« .'.l n-r n<,hir» «i Prhv
.. ' H
MISCELLANEOUS SECUEIT2 S
(Furnished by Fr»«lerlc H. Hatch &. Ca x. ,
Bread street* "" *** <
An Brak- 8A F <£!il*?* - "j '^
Am Brake S&F pf Q-M 7 m ,2
American Brass Q- J 5 t^ J~
American Chicle Mo4E* 12 213 S
American Chicle pf Q-J •. «r 2
Aru L-lst Tel <-• N I . . Q-J 4 M m
Am Coal Products y-j g « Jj
American Press Q-J.t=;i *» ■ ,i!
Amerk-au Threarl ff MJ , 5 ,• „
Am Type Found deb 2I&XI.TS *) jrv, 'I
Am Tjpe Found new . M4N1933 1 39 -i
Am Type Founders j&j ♦ « *'
Am Tvp- Founrfers pf..Q-j •' 8^ •
BabcocU .£ Wllcox Q-J I K»
Barn*. £ smith pi — « 2
Bord»n» ' '-m-1 Milk. . . .SF&AEx— ItT, {3
B»;r(3en"s Cond Ullk pi .Q-JI a j^ 1 gU
Hush Terminal — _ <f, J*^
Central Klr«work» — _ 5 ~
Centra; Fireworks pf ~ — 39 a
Conn Ry it Light >.<-f 4 74 a
Celluloid Q-J&Ex 9 is in
E I dv Vd^ Nemours.. - — ; j; '»
E Idu P <!<• Neni pf. .Q J * "•» ■»
Krnplre Steel A Iron _ y Tt '
Empire Steel 6 Iron pf . _ ■» ' S
Hall ~i*nal common . .-- _ 0 _
-Hali-.Marv;n . — _ aj J
International Xlcke! — — 12S a
International Nickel pf .Q-F 8 gn £B t
In">rnar: Nickel rts. — _ ? %.
International Sliver ..- _ «»*^l*.
International Silver pf . .Q-J 4 lf« pj
Klrby Lumber — _ » c
Kirby lumber pf — — 411 •-'
Kings Co El L & P. ..Q M a• 13 s
Nat rash Register pf. --T&.I j v; n
Ntles-Bement-P X • im» £
Nlles-Bement-P r f O-F • Si jj
Otl.« Elevator A&O 2 Ms
Otis Elevator pf Q-J • SB 17*
Old Dominion 3 3 JAJ ? B5 IB
Pacific Has & El . — _ Zi H
Paciftc Gas a El pf . . Q-J 9 m »r
I'hslps. I> A Co . — ~ti 3
Pope Manufacturin? . _ TJ 3
TVp? Mfs pf - - — TJ *- «
Producers- Oil Q-M * M 13
ITatt & Whitney pf Q-F 8 m m
V.n.n; Bak Powder . . Q-M&Ei » 1» ■ 31
n.ya' Bak Powder pf. .Q-M 4 M a
Safety C H * I. Q-M*Ex 3 IS •»
Sen-Sen Chiclet — 1U £3
Standard Coupler . — X -
Standard Milling Co. — IS a
Standard MiHir* Co pf. A4O 3 * 9
Texas Company . Q-M 12 35 9
Texas & Pacific Gbal Serif 4MB)
Trenton Pctterlea — » . T
Trenton Potteries pf ■ ... -„",,•;
Trenton Pot fnds ctfs.J&J 4 m 3
Trow Directory —58
Unlcn Carbide - — ,81 »
Union Ferry Q-J 2- 3 a
Union Typewriter — — — 30 3J
Union Typewriter Ist pf.AAO ■!«!!»
Union Typewriter Cd pf. »*O 7 M IB
United Bank Note Q->X 4 # 6
United Hank Nate. pf...Q-J <? J" *
i- S Finishing >-J " ♦ » »
V S Finishing pf -Q-J 7 W Cl
V ? Finishing Ist J4J 1313 5 OT IS
U S Finishing cons .T*J 192) 3 Si »
V B Motor com — 79 3
B > Motor pf — " £.
Virginian Railway — IT ,3 '
West Pacific — 13 3
West Power — — IS: 3
West Power pref - I) 3
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
.Furnished by Edward B. Smith * Col. 5a 3
Pine street. New York.)
Bid. Asked.) 3 : aH*.
Alb A 5U3...2T0 »*» !M Coai R :'. « IS
Alb A V; . . T'> I* Mai: & La»..-i) -
Allegh &. W. 138 118 I Manhattan ..13 3
Am T * C. . TO 7* iMas»i* Vy. 13 "i
At &C A L..1*3 I*2 M :• * 3 K..W> O
Aug & Sav..lo« 114 j Mobile APpf ST »
AO& MM . HO T5 M&O s:k t cfj ?•) s
Beech Creek. 94 l'V> !M.->r C * Bak. •» •
BSA. F F.. 15 a t do pref ...«»•
Bost & Alb SSI 22« ! Morris & Ex.nT ■
Best * 1^cw.213 --'■• ! *> ota. • ■*
Best & Prov.2»o 300 I Nash A Dei ■ »
l; & 7ih Av.lK '">> Nash * Low 20 -
Bklyn CUy..t5S 166 | New U>n .V..3J 3
•• & B C 0.. .144 154 NY A Hc*f»3» *
< ana-la 50. . . Hi 71 NTR*M Bpf.l* «
Cata Ist pf..U2 120 !N YT. A W..CT O
do ~d pf...H- 120 INT Mat Tetlt» -
Cay « su> 218 227 I Ninth Aye.... l*» *
C Cro3sttr*n. >• f>« North Car...* ■
(P N EX 30 «0 {North » H>..135 1 S
."hat ft 0...1 2 V^ i North »X J>~ *• '*
G4EIT efs 4* «* ! North I>«3--J»: lj
do ills ;.!.IV> n-r, North* T«1...»; »
- - m * w pf.aj »
C S <* C pf.lSO !♦" iOKI Colony.—!*!-;*
ClrfleJd & M.l»» — Orweso « |..M =
Clev A Pitts. ITO ITS i Fac « At ... • *
do spl bet. !>4 101 I Pj: & H R...W 2»
Col i- X...*r»l »- iPat*Baa-^ 5
con.- A M...160 170 ! Terms ••'•.^•2 «
Cons & P. . . ITrt — I iBVt.W *■
Dayton «M. 33 -- JP McX .« : T- .ra
Det 11 « S.. »•- Ml n *r Vv ■ » '
v ls . ;; — n i-.o !♦> R*S \)
Elmlra i- W.lfri :a» I£ " * -« 2»
do pref.... 142 t:>2 !? ut *J:wi«>
Erie * P-.t-..t4.-> W- !:^;°"^ il ...ttf J
Kitchb* pf.ii.% i.w =:?' .^■■■'i» *
F m & J pf.ir. 140 \>J*t* .'Vt«- <• 5
>: - «OSK -> -T.J
Franklin T. . « •' : n, M pf .ia» *
G i S-k T K'N UK . ■ -, _ , .; ,
Or rt!v V:. 121 12* --,1, 1 *^. , e ;;i.« J%
Hart *CW. 40 4R .«^ „^ R „ •
Hereford ....«« w UL» s<t "Lt3 S
111 C1.U... .. <« >•»• j Z. v " "' ' ...2* 2
PI ft Vi«s T. W T<s -;>-* R r.AC^
Jad '. * 8 W «« ; : r«,sT
joit* *o. im its ; * ?sv».i» ?
Krpi-&Mptc» T.i t< >;*; * *^y rr- 5
MAWS S!?sl»£S£
COBALT STOCKS. -^
♦Furnished by Warren GjW*»" * .■
or com,,. » -f^l^rs^-g '3,
• 'ota't cent. !•>'» «Jl ;L, h .. ...■- s * »»
g^l |■. ■
rower 1J »J sttJirU*' 1 - i> ♦•
ci'T-r.l lt » -y Viker nar-- ;.* <:
Gt Northern . -> •*!*{*£ Q-ee* ** #
Green Mwh. J - n^&v~ 0
Hu.li- n Bar. »» "'.' ,'. '„ J
mna Baark. 2 .
K«rr I-aWe "- 1 " ' ' „ i
PHILADELPHIA STOC^-^. ;
.FcmLhea by Chare, M^ ; tf^
4 " il "' BIJ.AAeI.I N . 5,..« *'
Am C-ment. teU R«
BOND* .; •;«
r«o pny t>a» » L — —
RAILROAD EAKO
DETROIT. TOLEDO * jjlfjjj
l s t.ee.oriune ?|§ ,gg '
July 1-Jua« 7.. l.*«>-«» „%,'its. .■••-■■;«
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