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1864
Guaranty Trust Co.
of New York
28 Nassau Street
Capital - $5,000,000.
Surplus - 18,000,000.
Fifth Avenue Branch
514 Fifth Avenue
l,ondon Branch
33 Lombard St., E. C
FOR SAXJB
10*> \>TTRTr\> COAX. I'HOIjrCTS
/ .S<. BOKIH (ONDEN9ED MXLK COM.
•M) BABrOCK A WIUOX
50 SEN SEN CiriCLKT
100 TEXAS fTHE COMTANT
100 C S. IMHSIKiAI AUOHOL ITD.
FREDERIC R. RATGK & CO.
Kew York Boston
SO Broad SU 50 C«nsre*s_St.
Bank & Trust Go.
Stocks
Bought & Sold
(UMOV I.II.HERT.
g Wall Bt.
FOR SALE
50 Knickerbocker Trust
50 Safety Car heatinp; & L.
Hallowell & Henry
Broad — *9&S. 52 Beaver St.. N. Y. C
1552 1910
Jas. B. Colgate & Co.
Sfi W»U Su. »w Tork
MT.AIBERJ* i>»JMJUtieST
•cTv. stock EX. BONT>«
Centra! Trust Company of Mew York
M WALL STREET
CAPITAL and SURPLUS $16,000,000
<of which $17,000,000 has been earned'
DiVIDEND NOTICE
rKK—I.I» STEKI < \K COMPANY.
New York. N. V.. July 27th, 1910.
PREFERRED DIVIDEND NO. -"
\ quarterly dividend of ONE AND THREE
QVARTERS PER CENT <l* 4 <r, ) v.ill be j>aid
«.n the r>referr«d stock of this company August
24th I'.'lO to stockholders of record at t! ■•■
<lo>=e ef ilaeac August 3rd. lyio. Cheques
m-ji; h^ mailed from ih*- office of the Company.
Thf transfer books will close at three P. M..
.Aupust :'.rd. 1910. and rtopt-n at ten A- M.,
AH£OBt 24th, 1810.
F. P. VAN HORNE. Treasurer.
15TITAI.O. BOCHEsTER 4
PITT>IJI HUH ItAILWAY (OMI'AM.
I>ivj(Ji-rid» of three- per cent, on the preferred
Ri'.ok tnd of two i«:r cent, on the coir.moii
Ftock of this Company have been declared
VH>-aM«? AujruM l.'.ii-.. 101". to stockholder* <>•
i^ord \usust sth. Cheeks will be mailed to
FTickholdcrs. ERNEST ISEUX. Secretary.
N« w York. July 27th. 19ia
(am:i.\ < UMPWY of America!
N«w York. July -J7th. ISUO.
PREFERRKD DIVIDEND NO. 41.
A quarterly dividend of T-wo Per Cent: <-' . )
will l>- paid" or. the Preferred trt«.ck of this
i»mpaay Anjrust l<uh. im<t. to BtocMjolders ot
record at th>- close of business July :>l>th. 11*1".
«"h»-qu«-F <rltl be mailed from tfcp ofZc<- of the
• "ompany. Transfer Bunks will close at 12:00
Noon. July :t«h. 1910. and reopen at 30:l J
A. M. AujruM lOth 1»1O.
MAT7RTCE TtARNETT. Tr«a?ur<r.
i; VJI « \1 I OMIAM

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<hicaeo. OTssislni A: -' I*an! Rt C«.
42 Broadway. N>\v York. July 7th, 1310.
Notice il rr°r;by Klvea thai there has- been de
»-!ar«=d a Jivic^na of Uiree dollars and f.i'r ceata
per sher«* on the preferred Fiock. and a dividend
rf thref- dallArf= snd fifty rents per chare on tha
f..n,n!O!i stock ... company, to Ftoekholders ot
t~r<-.rd. at 3 o'clock, en tbc ISth day of Aucun
next. pa>*abi-? Beptembsr lei. Nt the o?5« cf the
company, in thr; City of New York.
ROSWELL MIL.LEX.
O.al'mar, of thie Pnard.
(Ulfi \M' CINCINNATI. HK AGO *
:«T. I.OIIS RY. CO.
Sill Grand Central Terminal. N. V..
Ju'.y 13. 1910.
"he Board of Directors of this Company
*-E-.r- declared a div idend of TV.'O PER CENT.
r>n the Common Capital Stock, payable at tl»e
ofSff- of Hcsn. J. P. Morgan £z Co.. New
"York, on September le'. li>lo. to Btockholoers
ol record at thret o'clock P. M. on Monday.
.August &th. l»10.
CHARLES F COX. Tr»amrfr.
MEETINGS.
CHICAOa MILWAUKEE & ST. PALL
RAILWAY COMPANY.
The annual meeting of the? stockholders «f
tr:!i Company for the election oi D»recio!U
end for transaction of any other business of
Tt:e Company -w-in b<- held at the oSJce of th«
Co-npary. in tbc City of ililwF.'jkee. at twelve
eclock noon Saturday. Beptewber 24th. 1810.
The iranffer books will be closed on Thurs-
Cay. the l?tl: of August, and reopt-ntd on the
06th ds- of S»pteaib-.T n^xt
ROSWELL MILLER.
July 6th, 1910. Chairman of the Board.
LIMITED COPARTNERSHIP
TEE UNDERSIGNED. DESIRING TO CON
titue the limited paztoerßbtp beretotow exist
4;:p ctWSSB lh*r. pursuant to statute in such
case DMAe and provided, pet forth as follows:
1. Tfc« name under which such partnership
J« to be conunued to be concucted is "B.
Voipt." '■.:'• ....... Lite principal
yiac* of buElneus is to t*> located is the County
o? Ne» York. Borouxh oi ...attar.. City.
County and Stale o' New York.
2. Tee Reaera! DKtnre of the business intended
to be transacted ; . importing and dealing in flint
steles, and business lacidental thereto.
3 The only peneral partner of said business i 3
the undersigned, llernhard 11. Voigt. who is of
full ape and resides at Gillette, New Jersey.
And the only gp«»cial partner of paid busin«-sB is
ih« undersigned. Elizabeth Volet, who is of full
,-JT<. anc ■ ■-■ at 219 Bainbrldge Street,
Bcronph of Erooklyn. tw York City. New York.
4. The amount of capita.! which Elizabeth
Voijrnt. as *uch Epecla! partner, ijas contributed
to the conuncn stock is 'he sum of Twelre thou
sand ... 112.501 dollars.
5. Tbd said partnership risaJJ continue until
th* 22na cay of J'Jiy, li'l3.
I>ated. New York. June 29th. lflio.
MRS. EUTZAi^ETH VOIGT.
BERXHAED 11. VOIOT.
£tate and Counts of New York, se.:
On thit 2l*'h day of June, in the year nin«r
i<F<r! tiuudrcd ten. i>«*fnr*> m** perßonally cam?
Bemhard H. Voigt. to m*- pq WlinUy^ known an-1
known to m* to b»* th«* Individual cescrit^d in
fcne who executed ti:" forgoing cert'.ncatf and
duly arkTjowi.edpr-d to n : <» -.ha*. h*> esscu'.^ii the
Eanie. AKXE M. LYMIX,
f?ea!.l Notar>- Public No. 13-5.
New York Co.
fc-'tate end Count> of New York, as.:
On th!!> 2»th day of Ju!i«\ in tiie year nine
teen hundr^'l ten. before me personally cam*
ITiza-beth Voiirt. to me peimonaHy known and
known -■■■.. Individual described in
rn'' who fTeruted the for«-p».intr eertlflcate and
<iulv acknowledge-!! to me that t+e executed the
tsnie ANNE 31. I.YMAN.
fS«ai.] Nctarj- Public No. 13S.
N«W York Co.
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
(Furcisiied by E. S. Bailey. No. 66 Broadway.)
Apri.
en- Wfcra , — Price. — ,
r.uiil pay- liii. Asked.
rompanv. Capital. Clv'ri. abif, P. C. P. c
Catv 'of N T...- $r-OO.OOG lo v — 2^3
■ -
KnTplr. City--.- 8 J^J 125 -
Cera A'UD«. - SolfiOO 15 J&J 275 500
G^rr^ar Arr. ...1.&00.000 30 3&J aeo r.70
& Rutsere 400.000 40 Q 4R5 —
llaneVer <*»).- 1,000.«00 Li J&J I*l 205
H^-V .-iOOOOOO 30 JtJ 6MI fi-.C.
v*Slu7Jr/>)-.. MO.OOO 10 Ja-i l« 17S
£E£»ra 7*50).. .1.000,000 =0 JA '■'"' 305
Vo~thltlver«2s) 350.000 10 A&O 155 163 j
r^cWc <J25)- -- 20U.0.W 6 J&J VI& 143 i
r^erCocptr<s2o) 130.000 6 3&J *> 105
Vv*a£*l -- • 400.000 JO J£J 159 ]Wi I
Un l^St*t«irS2E)2sO.Ooo • • 88 70 !
W«*che«ter (tlO) 4(>o.(m 3S F&A 45S — ;
TVMSrVcnyffM) 250.000 20 J*J SbO 400
*" •2fo <cform«Tiaa» -- ' i
STOCK PRICES STRONG ON HEAVY BUYING MOVEMENT
NEW YOEK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— WEDNESDAY. JULY 27, 1910.
ShTßi.Net l I Actual Sal.-s. i Closing. snTsi.Netj " | A a ,T Snles^ ,' £\os\ne;_
Fold.jchgel i Op. l Hi.jLowjFlnl|Bid.!Ask sold. |chge | ,~ [ Qp. Hl.|Low[Flnl|Bld.!Ahk
50()i_ U, lft!H» r^iatsnrs- Cn i 8 1 S~l 7^>" Wfci 7%l 8«- 1001 — 2 Maclcaj' Cos. Pr ;71 71 |71 i7l i 71^ 72 1
42,m\ -S^ KllialSSSlS CoppeVV::: 57V*; ok ' 56^ -M 59% r:<C gL % Manhattan Elevated [IS 128 US il» !1», ll«
» + (Ameriwui A«r. Chem 36 |36 35^ IB^ 35^ 36 SOO +% Marine UfH A\ if 4 i 2« i2t ifi
iOOj- H American A«r. Chem. pr.. X«) 1100 100 100 !95 100 . MOJ -*3 Marine pr... 14 14^ 14 14J4 \fs »
750 -lU. j American Beet Su^ar 2G 27 ■ «*!«? 26 27 200| ,JL^ Minn. & St. Louis 24^ «V*i 24> 24V* 22 »
490H-3H American Beet Sugar pr.. BJ IBJ . || S9 B6 X 300-2 Mmn &St Louis pr 4, 48 4, 4S 4o »
1 (CO- Z Aneri-ui Cnn 7^ "'.• 7^l 7K IK 5M 1.400 +313 1 M., St. P. &S. St. M 01714|117V4 11*% 117*|116%|ll«i
i:SS American Car pf:::::::::: 42^. 43 ttVi, 42-\ 4.^ 42-i 4.7^ 42^4 ,Mo. st p. & s st. m. i&mimm}gt »^4 %<
4.2t«1j 42 American Car & Fdry 42^ 43 «« -52\ 42^ 42% <,JuOj +2*4 Mo.. Kan. & Texas 2&» 33b. 2&W 29^ g %
100 -- American B. S. & F SS SS .SS fSS W 88% ««^ +1 Mo.. Kan & Texas pr.... oT> ; oS ;o7 ,oS .6A 60
I.4SOJ— American Cotton Oil j53 SC% S3 54\! 54 55 lfi.»»i +7 .Missouri Pacilic UfeJJWi«iihS hffl o7 { ,
230U-S American Hide & Leath.. 4% 6 4% 6;4% 5 .300 "*« 'SatU>lS atU>l Biscuit iV^ i 101% 102 Ktt£ 102 1 101 103J*
430M2U Amer. Hide & leather pr 2ZU 23W 22u. 23^23% Z3U ,200 +% Nat Enamel.. « Stpgr | 15% I§6 lj>|4 I^4 \f*
1.200 - American Ice Securities.. 17Vi IS< 17% 1M IS IS% I.^JO +1% XationaJ Lead Li^ii^K™^ hs Lsw^iM
1.0.-0; 41H American Linseed I<H4 11\ 104 11? 10*4 11% MOj + 5 Xationa Lead pr ... .... 102 102 102 1W fflS^,
300 -. . Ajnerican Linseed pr 27% 2S , 27% 27fc 57% 28 »»! — - National of Mex. 2d pr.... 23 ; 8 24 :2» 24 J3^ -4^a
4.400 +4 I American Locomotive ... 315 33^4 *H4 33 S3 23% 1.9001 +1% Nevada Consol Copper... IS |19 18 » IS% •19
aOOf+l iAmerican Malt pr 30 SO |30: 30 29 30% 200 +I<* New \ork Air Brake LS&kSL ,S^ UgL JS^ ,osv.
15.5MJ42»i [American Smeltinp 64 65%! 63 66% 65 €5% I°-^ +2 ; ew J ork Central P^log» Hffliffi PS^
B» +»i American Smelting pr 9S?i BB^ 9SUI 99% 99 99% 700 -Js New lork. Ch & £ , w -;'-' o^% 60 59% 60 ' 09% bl
1.500! + % American Steel Foundry.. 40 |40'f 89 I 39% 59% 40 1.900 OK New York. Ont. & West.. : 40% 41%_40 ; 41% 41% *-
l««0M+5 Unerlcan eogar 116%'117 (115 |117 116 ■■ 4,400; +t Norfolk & Western.. 90 93 90 93^ g» 94^
4.000! -12% American TeL & Tel 1128% 1131 128% 130% 130 130% B^ 42 '? North American 63% 60% 0.>% to% 6o ns2
2&O+M4 American Tobacco pr f»2 1921 92 92 91 !92 12.200; +1^ Northern Pacific.'..: $ 114 : 116% I|3% p^ R6% 1«%
400; +-: American Woolen pr 11% 92 . I 91% 92 91%| 93 100 : Paclttc Mail ..;... S* l -2;* -^l* --vs »2 33%
• - Anaconda 34\ 57% 34* 37% 36% 36% ' 1<» Pacific Tel. & Tel... LfJ..LS 1 \,^,<^ L23?ri«t i
SS a hison P f •;:::::::::::::::: SS "-••-■■ *<-C i»S 94% :i I 17.fi"' 1 «i« , peop/e-. &. coke ...1124% 126% 103 1» B^RS,/
2LBOM4IS • antic Coast Line 104% 106 • 103%il05?4;H)6%ll05?4 100-% R. C.C. & St. L 90 90 90 " ■ IS«
1.3>?U% Baltimore & Ohio 105%|107 106% 107 106>i1107 •'"' +1% Mttsburg Coal 14% "}* 3| "Jj If 70
100 Bethlehem Steel 22 |22 "fa 20 121% 2Dv\ + i, 4 Pittsburg Coal pr. 60% 60% SSS SSS SJ 3
n.7» 41% Brooklyn Rapid Transit.. 72%! 73% 72 73% 33% 7C 2 o00: +1% : Pressed Steel C«r.... ; a>^, 2*^ ., *%, 2b% -6% -.
BOON 3 Brooklyn Union Ga5....... 127 128 127 128 128 ■ 130 SOO— % Pressed Steel Car pr L»L» \^ul-tmAtW%Bl
160+1 BufT.. R. & P !B6 96 96 96 90 {102 380 Pu Unaii Palace Car 1,0%r5§S1 ,o % rs§S 156^ l^g, I^. 107
2,300; O% Canadian Pacific 1160% 179% 181% 181% isl SOOJ + % Railway Steel Spring 28 SWffl JSiJKS*
SCO; 41 Canadian Pacific subs 175^177 175% 177 176 179 141,4a0| 1-2^ Reading 132 134 % 1-- 1«* U4«s i|*»
3,500+3 Centra] Leather 27 129 27 |29 28% 29% 500| •- Reading: M pr......... ,89 89 SB% » W 90
SOOt-^ central Leather nr 10) 100 99%i100 100%103 2,200+1% Repub he Iron & Steel 28 29% ffl 2S» 28% 29
14.034];+2 Chesapeake & Ohio 68 I€ 9 68% i 65% 6S%| 68% 500 43% Republic Iron & Steel pr., 84 ;8. 84 S7 S» g
1.050 4% Chicago Gt. West » 20% 19% 19% 19%! 21 33.900,+% Rock Island 24% 26V* »% jdV -5% -• -
• 3c.v +i» fchica^o Gt. West, pr 40% 41% 40% 41% l 41% 44 14.2MJ-1 Rock Island pr. 62 62 o4 59 ; oS% o9
IWSOr+2% |Ch.. Mil. & St. Paul Ill?%jps%hl6^|llß^ 118^119 JffirSJ 1^ t' a" £ P^ «U 3SU 2T 27%
1 S fei^ &Bt ntnl pr... 143%!14«4i143%M4%144 iS 1 1 St L. ft S. F. 2d pr ... Sj if gS37 I g
i^s (Chicago & Northwestern! . 139 139^ 139 139% 1«9%14O 800 42% St Louis Sou:hwe«ern... ffl & | ai W« |h
N . Chicago Union Tract, prl S>A -C B% &% 41 8 ""• > ' 1 -V, St. Louis Southwestern pr o2 :o4 B - ._>3^ ...
as jc c^ c. *. et i *." i7^ 7 o 70 7o'i if !75 1.100 t2V* Slosß-Shefl. Steel & Iron.. HL I OT4 Q Lg» LgLLS"
- fl%]Colorado Fuel & Iron I r4\ 2» 24% hi% 26% 26 36JW -2t 9 i Southern Pacific ... ..l"^!^ 10d |1»». 106 4,107
150+1% rado & Southern ! 4"4 4?4 47^ 47^' 4S 51 , m~3 .Southern Porto Rico Sug :81, 8T 81 81 .80 j -
100)— i Colorado & South. Ist pr.' 70 70 170 70 ' W 72 3,300 +1% Southern Railway i l»fe 20% 19 20% -0% 20%
8,050 42% (Consolidated Ga^ [i* |126%]124 |125%1125%!126 ; 600 -o Southern Railway pr 4, oO |4, oO » H
L 220I + % JCJorn Products Ref j 12% 13 I 12% 13 13 114 3U«J +1% Tennessee Copper 21 21 ,21 ,21 , 20% .21
400 Corn Products Ref. pr.... 71%! 71S 71 71 70% 71% I,SOO| +1 Texas & Pacihc.... ....... 23 24 22% »| 23% »
1.462; 43% Delaware & Hudson.. 150% 153%hfi0% 15SU 152% 153% :': ' - :1 - Thir( ? ue Ra 2 r^i;r S^' H S*' L7^
2.535 42% '.Denver & Rio Grande 24$\ 2^i 24% 2T-\ 25% 25% 500-% Toledo Railways & Lipht. 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% <<*
1.39-3+ % Denver & Bio Grande pr. 65 ■65 64 ,64 ; fi4^*' 65% 500141% Toledo St. Louis & West. J> 21 20 21 fc2* 20
1001 +"I D stiinnc Securities j 26%1 26% 26%! 2«% 25 ;27 375 + % Twin City Rapio Transit. 104 104 104 104 104 10b
500|4l Duluth, So. Shore & At... 17% 18 17% IS IS 20 123.880 >3%: Union Pacific PsPH^JnZ 89 M W
«jfv> -'U F-ie 211-, mk 21 121 *»1U °H'» 500 ! - *••> [Union Paciflc pr !89 ■ SOMi : B*Ts, 89 tJ
17SS —S& fsr-pr-.-.v.-.v.-.-.v:;;;:::.: 'SSS?S(S :S3 36 too,- 8u.3. C. Iron Pipe & fq. M% 14^ 14%' HS M^J I;>\
Woor-l I Erie 2d rr 26% 27 26% 27 26% i 27% 126j 4%U.5. C. I. Pipe & Fo. pr. 53% 03%| 03% 03% o4 60
1.300: 42U I General Electric Co 135%139 K35% 137%'137 13S 500+2% U. S. Realty & imp ;€o 67% 64% 67% 66 ■ 67%
9.100! +31 Wsreat Northern pr 121 123% lW? 121%|121% 122 SOO +3V4 U. S- Rubber...... 23% ,f*L^ SO 30>
1300.-2 [Great Northern ore ctfs.. 49% 51 49% 51 50 "52 90.J +% U. S. Rubber Ist pr 100% lto 100 100 104 100
700 ! +3'i Illinois Central 124^ 127% 124%t12r%h27%1130% 500— U. S. Rubber Mpr 60 OT 09% 60 67% 68
3.000! *%" Interboroußh-Metro 15^ 1573! 15 | 15%! 15% 15% M6.680| +3 United States Steel 63? ? ? 60% 60% urt*
7 lOOi +1% InterborouSh-Metro. pr....i 43 !45 I 42% 44%| 44% ;45 4.17:. 42% United States Steel pr 112% 114* 112% 114% 113% 114*
1.000; t% Internat Harvester !S7 ' 57% 86%. S7%| 87 |SS 4.800, 41% 'Utah Copper . MS* f, 40% 4.% 4J4 «%
300 -1 Internal. Harvester pr.... U8 118 118 1117 |H9% 2JBO +1% Vlrginia-Caro. Chem 06 57 5b Lff«L«»L2
259 + % ilnternational Paper 9 ; 9%! 9!9% 9 9% 2BOM Virgmia-Caro. Chem. pr.. 118 IIS 118 IIS 110 118
300 42V, {International Paper pr.... 45 45 |45 45 45 46 2.500 ; >1% \\ abash 13v» 14%| 1% M* M% .M%
SCO 41% 'internal. Steam Pump.... 39 ' 39% 35% 39% 39% 39% 3.600 43% :^\ abash ?/•--.••••• 29% Sl* -^ 01., 31% 31%
<00 - % Intvrnat. Steam Pump pr. 75% 79% 78% 79% 79V41 80 300.+%, Western Maryland ........ 41 411 40W 41 41 4.
• 700! +-! lowa Central .... 15% 15% 15%| 15Tsl 15% 16 480 42% : Western Union Telegraph 57% oS% *,W oS?s | , BS%
1.400 +1%, lowa Central pr 27-Ij 89% 27?! 29 2?% 1 29% 1,400+3 .Westingrhouse : ....... d 4 io|' o3 flj «C 5
r.200' 42% IKansas City Southern 24 [25% 24 25%! 26% l 25.% ? '"' Wheeling & Lake . Erie.... 5 o 4 4^: 4^ o
70-lj +14 iKansas City Southern pr. 58*4 59 88% 59 * G9% BO 10 ° +1% f^ heel. & Lake Lrie Ist pr 9^ 9%^ 9% 9^, 9£l 11
2.800- -- Laclede Ga> ... 96% 9S%t 95%j 97 ! 95%! »S% 200 41% Wheel. & Lake Erie 2d pr 5% SHI 5% 5% 5^ 6
2.5351 -:•• iLouisvillc & Nashville 132%f133%!131«!183%|U3% 134 400 ,+2 Wisconsin Central 44% 46 44 ,4» .4^.48 ,
2«Vi; - •■. JMackav Cos ! SO i SO 1 79% 1 79% i 79% 1 86 ■ ■__ - L__J ■
Total sales for the day. 962.012 shares, compared with 650.86T shares for the corresponding day In J*3B. MMrtnA ,_ IQnQ
Total pal^s. January "■ :o Ju'.y 27. Inclusive, 1Q9.547.65S shares, compared with 1K'.»)1.':32 share? for the Fame period In 19%
FINANCIAL MARKEI
Foreign Houses Heavy Buyers of
American Securities.
Although a large amount of stock
came out 011 the advance in the early
dealings in yesterday's market, the
larper part of the initial improvement
eras maintained, while in the subsequent
operations the general course of prices
■was in the direction of higher levels,
final quotations showing- net grains of
from - to 4 points amon§r the prominent
issues. Bear traders professed to see
nnthinp more than a r>assing rally In the
day's movements. In view of the severe
drop of lhe preceding day the advance
was in line with logical market develop
ments, but there was little in the char
acter of the trading that suggested the
beginning of sustained bull specula
tion at preseni That prices were at
tractive, however, to many buyers was
reflected Ib the accumulation by bo
called bargain hunters and by the heavy
purchases by foreign houses, which
bought upward of 60,000 shares 011 bal
anc*-. making a total of more than 100.
000 shares taken by Europe in the cur
rent week. Most stocks are worth buy
ing at prevailing quotations and on
every additional decline. No one knows
whether or not the bottom has been
reached, but it is not unlikely that, as
usually happens after a long period of
liquidation, prices will be on the upward
course while many operators are still
waiting for new low levels.
The statement of the United States
Steel Corporation was an effective 'in
fluence upon sentiment yesterday, as the
showing was far better than had been
looked for. Moreover, a number of opti
mtetir business forecasts were put out
by prominent men who a month ago
were not inclined to talk, while It be
came known that certain powerful bank
ing interests had taken over a large
amount of speculative stock that had
been considered a serious menace to the
market, the two factors adding materi
ally in promoting cheerfulness in the
Btreel Nevertheless, certain bear m
terests asserted that the stocks taken on
Tuesday break in prices would be ped
dled out on all advances, and that quota
tions ♦•nuld go lower before they could
enjoy -important improvement. A bear
trader in one house announced his be
lief that United States Steel common, in
spite" of the fact that the Corporation al
ready has earned more than the entire
year's dividend on that issue, Vv-ould go
below <>0 before it crossed 70, and to
show his confidence in his conviction he
sold 1.200 share? of the stock short.
Overconfidence on either side of the
market generally leads to losses. A
large amount of stock was bought
terday by small capitalists. "When
the time comes for a real bull movement
stocks may be bo scarce for covering
purposes that a bear panic will de
velop. There was a near-bull panic in
the stock market <>n Tuesday.
Wall Street opinion is mixed over the
probable course of stock market prices
in the immediate future, but in "hanking
quarters large parcnases of the best
securities have been made in the confi
dent expectation that eventually quota
tions will rule far above prevailing low
levels. One of the largest International
bank:; . houses in the n"r.an<-ia! com
munity was a heavy buyer in Tv- aday's
slump for its own account and fur the
account of foreign atereats, while Indi
vidual members of this firm and of other
prominent hous»>s also were credited
with eitenslve accumulation on the de
cline. It is understood that certain
Rock Island intereata have been heavy
sellers, and that the general liquidation
of recent weeks has been by people who.
though classed among the financially
stroncT, Bhnpl] have been unable to carry
• efi overextended bull commitments
under the burden of 1 onstastly declining
prices, especially as the banks have
shown no disposition to extend accom
modation to help lame dogs over stiles.
The banks are Im iwlin. their resources
at the expense of speculators. The atti
tude of the banks, however. Is not un
usual or unwarranted, but speculators
who have been compelled to suffer are
-ginning to make the customary com
plaints against the financial Institutions.
r/EW-YORK DATLY TRTBr^TE, THTTtSDAY, JIXY 28. 1010.
Cash and reser\-e holdings of the local
banks are heavier than generally re
corded at this period of the year, and
from current Indications reserve strength
will be further Increased before serious
demands for accommodation from the
Interior develop, as the movement of
currency is still In favor of this centre,
including operations with the federal
Treasury, while loan contraction ap
pears to have a further course to run.
BOND MAEKET SALES.
i 1000 D 6 3s R<?g 1 6000 Int-Met «i*. 78^4
B7F.lf>l l il 6000 do ■•••••-- <S
! SOW Jap 4iiß B*% 1000 Int R T B«. • WO»4
; 4500 do » 84 7000 LS& MSo _
i 80<k> Argeatln* 5s i^^ 4s 190 l j»-"»s
250CH) do »6J4 3WO do •VI
2000 -lo 8«H 1000 rto -•■•-•■• "f*
5000 Uifof Msb 9«% 4000 do Deb 4s. 93
8000 So C 4%5...103*j SOOO L & N Xj 4s. Pfs»
2000 N V Car 4s. 101-» '29000 do •••••••• SL,
50Q0 <3o . 101% 1100001 10000 Mer'np 4%s: :r BBH
2000 X T C 4\*s ; 1000 do o»|»
I 1P57 106H 10<:i00 do 6S-.<s
•mo <jo 106i.il 4CKW M Bt Ry G^n
2000 do 10«% 8s J?,.
0001 do 4H«---.100>4 8000 do Ctf?.... <.'H
2000 do ....... 10Q% SOOO. Wm<:Sb £24
7000 dt . 100% 5000 dn - ••■■-••- £ *-^
800 do 100%| SOOO MKSs T Ist
i 600 do 4s MB7 89 j - 4s ........ : ■'■**
IOCS} do 1859... 98H 4<"«>o do S F.14%6 84
SIOOO do 88% MOO d 0... -. ■■• MM.
2000 A& S S^s. W 10000 Mo P, Cvt ss. B9Vs
DOOO Am .a C 68.100% SC-J N Rrs of M.„
• 2000 Am H& L | 4^s ■ ■ gf*
6s 96 . 5000 do BOTi
8980 Am T <t T i 10000 do Ref 4s 89%
Cvt 4s 14000 N T C Gen
1000 do ■ ■■'% SHs ••••••■ s;-3s ;-3
14000 do P&T *' 2000 do Deb I&S4 82%
"1000 \.m Tcb 65. 103 ! s<>vi do 92^3
6000 do 104^! 2000 do L. S Co!
2000 do 105 i H4i— ... 81
100 i» do 4s. ....7'h 4000 do SIH
10000 do 7?^ ! 000 KTG iE L o, v
27tv«1 do 78% H&P4S..SI*
10000 A T& B F • lOO""* do . .-.-• 81
IWW - A Gen 4S-... s "-! 5000 KTL &TV
2*w. Flo . e3OF. 98^! T & Imp 4s 98
6000 do . P^i »X»NTNH&H
6000 do P* r>eb 6s. 131-4
fiOOO do . ... s V*..V>orpO do 131
«>OOO do Cvt 65.1"6 I 100 ft do . 131
\<W> do 10.'>»; 10000 X V O & V,'
10000 do 105% Bef 4s ©■"•M,
"7O(X1 do Cvt 48.108 ! 16000 N* T T 4'-ss 96Vi
"nvio do 102»4 j 50000 N & W'Crt
5000 do 103 1 *! 4s ......... M r
30< : .n do 103% 10000 do OnS
f^oo <3o Rets f ■ ! 6SOOO do s*-*s *-*
raid ... P^Hi £000 do 93%
2Oi"H> At Coast 4s 92-! 10000 do .. «*H
10000 do L&N -^ 37000 do ■■-■--•
4s . . »f»Vi j 16000 N P G-n Ss . t>PT*
rrfw> 0o .89 I COOO do ..... J«4
pnej B & O Gold I 1000 do rm\...... 7OVs
4a &P\. ! 1000 do Pr 4b... 99; i
500 do » 2000 Olt & N Con
2000 do '"■ : 48 «>
2000 do 98% 1000 do »-"H
2000 do PT, & I 1000 Or*. Sh L. Gtd
-W V 4s 89 ! Ref 4£ f»2
SOOO do Pr 3«-|S f*" 1 13>">o^ Pa SHa 1915. 9fi .
•vsOO do Sw 3^s S9Vi!l2--'Oi> do f*4»
1000 d, W4 800 do W*4
6000 do 80^4 j 23000 do 86
600 do . B8 ■ 8000 do 4s 1945..102^
50t"iO do ' SJ>l -ii 3000 Read Gen 4s. f>7*»
120CN1 B R T 4.-.. 7OT*!l&-yw do 97S
15000 do " r ' * WOO ,lo B7VS
lm-»ort do . 80 j «ioo<> do 07?»
10000 do SOY( ' 1 700."> St L. IM & S
3000 do sou! r. s 108 M
JOOOO do . ... wV -s 3OOOS do 108%
47000 d«» B0»i 10000 St I, Mr SF R
1000 B R & P 65.117^a R Ref 45.. 7OVs
1000 C S Ist Ext il3<W> d- .. .. <»
r, s I<"'4*». 1000 S \ & A P
10<-<OO do 8d lnc 76 . j 4s 84
1000 Cent L 55.. »7Vii 30*0 So P Ist Ref
taooo do ''■ 4s 33%
5000 do ....... 9^4 2000 do W\
■,-,«, do 0«H! 2<VUI do 98%
5000 Cent of N J iS2OOO do Cvt 45.. 5«
Gen 88....120H! «SO.V> do *"~>
|cOO do I- 1 - |4iooo do 88%
8000 C P Gtd 4s. 9CH! 22000 do B4U
3^k> do : '' r|i j I«K> do 04H
10OOOC & O &en 32000 do 94%
41^1 . .100% ! fIOOO do . . <'-» 1 4
1000 do ... .. lOOHsI 12000 do "-i : »
2000 Chic &N W , 5000 n\-> 94%
Gen 3 :^s.. BmjaBOOO do 90
7000 Chic B * Q l<io«> do 93«
Qen 4b 97 7 JOOO So Ry l«t 55.104\i
4 000 do . . 9S ' uw; 'dr. G*n 45«73H
47000 do Jt-!48.V-85 i 1000 T&- V Ist BsJiOO^i
17000 do i'--»i '- -» isaoo U P Ist 4s..l'H>>;
l^vv> do 95 ' 8880 d.i Ref 45.. fir.U
10C-<) do 111 Dlv j 3000 do 95J4 i
4b ■ ftSVr.3oon- do Cvt 45. .101%
(VWV> do . 88%i©4000 do mi',
«v4of«> do ...... 89 2TOOO do . 102
1000 C GL & C ( «X» do 102VJ
f.B 103 I 1000 T S Rub 65.. 102
COOO Clf fcfitP 4-»0 da 101%
4s 1981. ■ 91%] 5000 U B Etl 8 F
1000 do G-m 4s ] r.s 102K
A W*d'l.vn^ do 102U
30900 do • 88%]12000 do . 102%
4000 C R I & P 80000 do .... .MS
Gen 4s . 96M 10000 do .1 .'830P.102H
9.100 do Ref 4s. 86% 500 do -R"K . . I"- 1
5000 do 86%|lSO0O,Va-C •■"!: sa.- 98%
1000 do 86 , 1000 Va I C & C
8000 do RR4s « I r,i. W |
ISOOO do 67% 7<hVi Witbash 15t,.107U
BSOOB do '""''- 8000 do 2.1. . W .
Bf«ftx> do 67% 10000 dn T>-> B .B0
HISOM) &o «>7Vi 40000 do R & Ext
24.V«00 .10 C 7 4b r.rt»i I
UOOO do 88% : BOflO do 58% :
• ... Flo - BT%I J6OOO do B7
r 190 do 88 1 M9O do .... 57U j
100H.1 do «7S ; ROOO do 57H
71000 do 87% 2ROOO dr. .'.7-* j
1000 C I> & 1 r.s. 101 Ur/ioft do r.7»i
8000 C fr S R & 8000 do 87%
Ext 41-..b4 1 -. .b 85 i7R»w> do M
SOOf> D & H Ref 135000 do S9
4s 07 7 /s!4fi<>oa rto 59^4
nnoo do Cvt 4s. 97 1 8988 dn 00
av»o do icq4 +».l'"" lfiOM do .r.9'4. r .9'4
KiOn n Bee C s*. «8 TSOO do 89%
1000 Eri- : Gen 4e Ci 7 10000 do f.9
54100 do C%t 4s aooo whv> P t Ist
A <*.4% Ctfs 34U
8889 do n 56 : 7000 do 34
500 Gm El I>b ! 4'" Vi do 2d Adj.. r.H
5n 135 rH««> <ln .'.
rooq Hud c a 5« i<m-- SflftQ w««i Md 4s. rsu
2000 111 C Re* 4.- 07% 0000 do P2H
7'« i" Int-Met 4^s 77U 1 JOOO West B P Ra R5
£000 d< 77M SofiOi"W Ph 4s R.-r 07
tSOOO do 77>5; 70000 W C Cvt 4s
10000 do 78H] A 101%
Total Bale* of bonds, $2,945,000
FERRY COMPANIES.
Btd.Asked. ' Ui.I.A»K»O.
Bklyn F D».. 20 •_•:. 10th 4- 23d St. 38 4A
H F Ist fiß.loo lOS j do bonds... 60 70
KTIHF Gss 04 W7 Union Ferry .28 31
X T * I; n, 25 89 do l»t oa.. U4 i«
to lat &■.. C 3 63 1
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the last actual sales
a.nd the closing quotations for stocks In
I which there were no transactions yester
| day on the New York Stock Exchange:
Last Closing.
sale. Bid. . Asked.
Adams Express 280 250 —
Allis-Chalmera Co pf... 28 26 28
Am C & F pref 100% 110 T 11"
Am Coal 120^ 75 M 0
Am Cotton Oil pref 101 101 104
Am Dist Tel 20 15 80
I Am Express 240 225 251
Am Locomotive pref 104 I('s 10S
I Am Malt 4Vi 41* 5
I Am Smelters pf. B 82 83 $4
I Am Fnuff 285 200 J»0«>
i Am Snuff pref lOOri 9«" 101
Am Pugar pref 118 m 120
Am Tel * Cabl» 71*4 71 7.*.
Am Woolen „ 27* i 24 27
Ann Arbor 83 . 2:< 32
Ann Arbor ppef 70 . fis 70
Bait & Ohio pref f'O B.* i>o
I Bttoptlas Mining 2?i 2** -^i
i Bethlehem Steel on?f... •"•■■ ; 47 f>2
Brunswick 8S» 84a 10
P'jff R & P pref 125 124 130
Buffalo & Rusq pref 2» — 33
Butterlck Co 80 29* 80
Can Southern 60H 60 65
! O-ntral &- So Am Tel. .llf. l'X> 115
i Centra! of N J 248 2tO 270
! Chic & Alton 23% 2» 27
Chic & Alton pref 64 7 » — 66
i Chic E & Q 225 200 —
' Chic I & L, pref — «0 SO
i Chic & Northwest pref .2o3 20C 1 210
C St P M 0 130 130 • 150
C St P M O pref .. .180 , 150 .170
i Chic Union Traction 2*4 % 2 3
C C C & St L pre? 100 Pf
; Co! Fuel & Iron pref.. .llo 3<V<; Jl<>H
Col &So 2d pref 74 Bfi ■ 72 1
1 Co! & Hock Coal & 1.. 4H 4*4 6^4
■ De! L, & "W 480 *90 610
DM&FtD 5 4 12
D E S & At 10 l WA 12
Evans & T H 50 .'.O 65
i Evans & T H pref S2':i 75 &5
Federal M & S 25 22»i 25
: Federal M & 9 pref BSV 65 »S5
' Federal Sugar 60 40 80
Federal Sugar pref .. 95 PO 100
: G*n Chemical Co 94 68 »8
Gen Chemica: Co pref..lO3 100 If
i Granby Mining 40 25 100
Havana El«c Ry 94% 91 93
; Havana Elec Rv pref... 95 — PS
i Hocking Valley 124 i 115 —
i Homestake S»s^i 86 SS
I InswsoU Rand Co 106 98 —
i Inpersoll P.ard Co pref. S4 "-4 P7
! X C F S & M pref 6S? &5 75
j Keokuk & D M 4*4 4 \ 7
( Keokuk &■ D M pref. ...41 . " o0 PO
! Laclede Gas pref t>s 80 l'X>
I Lake Erie & W 15 14 17
Lik6 Erie & VT pref... 45 30 E7
Lake Shore 52^ 525 —
Loos island 60 55 65
! Manhattan Beach 3 0 4
i JTichi.ean Central — — 180
UetPSSKLL SS 87 88
Nash &z Chatt 120 12S 128
j National Biscuit pref . .120 IIS 130
Nat Enamel & Stpd pf. S6Vi 75 100
Nat of Mcx pref OS 05^ 654
New Cent Coa! 32*4 40 60
X T C * St L Ist pf.-lW!* 1C« 101
N T C A St L Sd pf... SB 82? i 90
N T Dork 20 25 60
N T Dock pref BS3& 73 S3
N T N H & H 14!' 148 150 \
Norfolk & West pr«f... S» 87 H 9X
I Ontario Silver "- 1H 24
Paciflc Coast tOB 95 104
I Facific Coast Ist pr*f..-10.'. so 110
; Pacific Coast 2d prrf...105 96 ■ io«
Peoria & Eastern 22 16 2«
PCCiSL pref ll.Vi 100 115
Quicksilver 25i 2H 8
Qulrkßllv^r pref 3% 2T2 T 3
; Rv Steel Spring pref... 9S^s B04& «t
• Bca'Jne Ist pr»>f 86 «6 90
Rome Wat &■ Ogd 121 118 122
! Rutland R R Co pref... 30 2T> 30
I St L4SF Ist pref.... 80% 68 6R
SL&SFC&EI cfs.l2s — 1W)
SLi & SFC &r E I ctfß pf.11«% — 119
' SLft!-Fr it El ctfs new 61 48 fi*
Brara-Koebock pref ....^l l^ 118 123
I Tex & Pac 1..1 Tt 87 B8 8S
Tol St L & West pref. 43^» 42 ■ 42?4
Un Bag & Pap<T «^ 6H 7
TJn Rag ft Paper pref . SS ' 5." 61
T'n Dry Goods 100 i 97 10» |
!Vn Dry Qoods pref.... 07' i 9914 100 I
i United Cigar. Mfg pref. in?. 108 10«:
U S Express 95% 96 100 I
U S Keduc A Tlet 4 4*
'. T B Rcduc .v- P.ef pref. 13 12 IS
i Vacdalls R R w> , M —
Va Iron C *.C / .... 58 , — 61
Wells Farre Ex 175 150 lfiS
•West Marylan-3 .~ •• f>7'.i 9«% 88
Wtstinghouse M Ist pf.il." 109 125
BANK STOCKS.
1 (Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.) 1
Bid. Asked.! Bid. Asked. I
America ... .r)RO. r )RO tW [Irving' N E. SOB 210
Am Exch. .. 230 2C7Vjj Jefferson ... 175 IS3
Auduhon N. 10<> 115 Lir>erty 625 —
ißtoa Nat.. 175 ISO I Lincoln 400 429
Bronx I>or.. 300 — IMunnat Co.. 320 3.13
Bronx Xat.. 190 200 iMkt & Ful.. 250 260
Battery Pk. 120 ISO Metropolis . . 3SO 410
Bowery - ■ 878 ~ IMscJi iM N 250 260 I
I>itch & D. 140 14." Mercantile .. 150 160 J
Bryant Pk. 188 ICO Metropolitan. 200 —
Coal &I N. 180 16T. Merchants 1 . 175 ISO
Century ... 170 175 i Merchants' E 160 170
Chasß '. ... 440 4fio Mount M.rrls 2!M> 200 I
Chatham ..320 880 Mutual >283 205
Chemical .. 480 445 I Nassau 240 —
Clt Cent N. 153 160 Nat Reßerve. 105 115
City" .. 889 S7B New Neth'l'd 210 230
Ch-!s^a Ex. «00 — >> T V N It A. 320 535
Commerce . 200 2')5 N V County. 60t) —
Colonial ... 360 — 19th Ward... 2T>O 889
Columbia .. 8M — Night & Day 200 225
Cora Exch. SIT% SXPA Nor Nat — 105
East River. 14. r . 188 Paciflc 230 240
Fidelity ... l'"-"> 1T: ' # Park 345 BSO
First Nat... 875 900 People's 270 280
Fifth Nat.. ftO<> 830 Phenlx I!*"-. 205
Fifth Ave..4lo<) 4890 riaza 825 —
Fourth Nat. IS4 IHB Prodaos Ex.. 165 175
14ih Street. U«> 165 ] Sherman ... 135 — -
Gallatin ... 320 B*o Bsaboand ... 390 —
Garneld ... 290 888 Bseond 4i*i 425
German-Am 140 160 State ....... 273 2!*t
German Ex. 485 — 1-th Ward... — 140
Germanla . 800 BC3 l2Sd Ward .. 140 —
Gotham .Nat 150 155 Union Exch.. ICS 175
OrMnwick.. 2.V. 818 Wash Hts... 275 —
Hanovsr ... B»0 Ki<> West Bid*-.. ♦>..'> —
lm- '& Tr.. S4O 660 lYorkville ...500 _
•New stock. *^
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The following ihrtwi yesterday's closing
quotations for government bonds, compared
with Tuesday's. . . )u) , Ai _, uly , 7 _
,-July 26.-^ r>luly 27.-,
Hid Asked. Hid. A«k«<l.
U S 2b res.. 1030 100$ 101 fc 100% 101 %
V&. "s coupon. 1030. i<-'S — KHIS —
V S Tte' res lkh »«>1 U 102 101 U 102
U: IW. eou^o... UUS...IOIU 102 101J4 102
IT S 4s re«r lft2R 114% ltf> 114H 115
I S 4s' ooßpoo 1825H-IU4W 115% 114H 11544
Panama 2s reX- 103«...10i>fc 101 100H 101
•anaSa 232 3 r5 1035...100fc 10J m% 101
OUTSIDE SECURITIES.
While a generally firmer tendency _wffs
shown in the market foroutside TrtVve
ties/speculation was decidedly less active,
! although in some quarters fair animation
! developed. Good improvements were n ot
i in the leading copper, issues at tli* outs
although in only a few instances **re
the declines of Tuesday recovered Tne
industrial shares, however, regaln*dnear
ly all the previous losses. American ft i«
bacco was conspicuous on the t*creasea
! activity. It advanced 6 points iter re
! ceding, more than half. United Cigar
i Manufacturers after a gain of J R" 1 ""
lost all but- a fraction I""!?, "i". "o
list • Giroux Consolidated. Miami. Chino
and' Ray Consolidated ruled strong, >'•«'
solldated Arizona Smelting and El> e , n
tral were active and strong. The sliver
shares were irregular and lnact i%e n Bonds
were quiet and about unchanged. Detaliea
operations follow:
INDUSTRIAL.
Sales. Open. Hljch. I-ow. I^ast.
150 Am T0bacc0... 394 40» ••>* •■•'.;
K») Inter &a!t 5 J', , •'. V
BOAInf Rub Tr cts. 'JOS \2l »
11,200 •January 0i1... 4O *> j£ g
I.3of»«July Oil S4 34 34 g
. 300 Mays Oil $1 0O *»S $1 ',"' . 5
100 'Palmer 0i1.. 140 140 ■ 1 4<> 140
10 Standard 0i1... 590 800 ■•■
•86 Un Cigar Man.t«»S t«> M .
COOU SL & Heat « Itl .ft _t»
280 do pref V» '•* '^ ,' »
MINING.
12,000 • yard Con.. - 2^ ;. ■ 7.?
Brader. Copper. 3S 3S *?• •*"»
100 British Col Cop 4H 4H ' «{* J»
Canadian Mines «V» C.» •» »,«
900*CarisB 20 21 „ Jf, -1
2,000 Chino Copper... 11% 11* 1^» 11^4
• 'MtO 'Cobalt Central 1O 10 10 10
70O 'Comb Fraction 40 51 49 oO
3,500 Con Ariz Smelt 1% It* l« I \*
20,500 Ely Central *» i» •* n±
7,000 »Ely Con 20 24 IS , -±
30 El Kayo *X 3% 3k »
$0<) First National.. 3V» "\* t p ij?
600 Florence -■& -ij -.'? ~J? :
5,000 Giroux 6^s 6*» 6'/» CU ;
4.«00 Goldfield Con... B& t>ri o f/*
B.TOO 'Greenwater . . 6 • «> •* ''
1,0f.>0 Greene-Can ... 6% « T s •' " *>*>
1.450 Husred W H5-; 03*. rjj
460 Inspiration Cop 6\ tf »% «t?
1.050 Xerr Lake 7V* tjb «J» '^
no La Rose Con... 3A 3^ 3Vj ■»
1.200 Little Miami... 2H -?* jj* ■
• »t> Mason Val new 6W 6H bj;# »>f+
100 Mcx Mil M& S 3% S '■» •* ,'\ / »
8.700 Miami Copper.. 18 ls!i I** «■*
000 'Mines Co of A 57 M 6» 58
400-McK-Dar ...100 10» 100 100
200 Mont Corbin... 1% 1?» 1* x »
300-Nev-U M& S. A H . .J* „«
1,100 Nlpissing MCo 10* lWi lOH 10*.
800 Ohio Copper... V.i 1* £» /.A
500 Precious Metal* 2 2 2 -„
32.000 'Rawh Coalit.. T6 IS » l*ia
6.500 Rawhide Queen 25 2» ■■ » -^„
3,500 Ray Central.... ;2A; 2A .2*l 2 A 2*
435 Kay Con lfiVi lt>:» l b^* 16.
SW'Red Warrior... lH 2 I-*I -* - |
TOOTonopah K*i *rV | •»
1 200 •Tramps Con... 4 4 | »
oOOTuolumne Cop. 2Vi 2*s *J* -!» :
500 T'r.ion Mines... 54 % » * ;
8.000 'Un I'ac Cobalt 3 ." * »
.V) United Copper. 4%t 4** 4*4 * 4%.
I.3oO 'Yellow Jacket o."> 67 ski Ob
Yukon Gold M. 34.5 4 3tf 4
BONDS.
J7,OOODM-FD2dssßß^ SS% SSfc BS%
24.000 Pac 55... i»2Vs IHi 02 02
•Sells cents per share.. fOdd lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Retreat of a heavy outstanding short in
terest was in progress on the Consolidated
Exchange. The shorts several times in the
early trading showed a tendency to stam
pede with the bidding of an excited char
acter. The exhibit made by the quarterly
statement of the United States Steel Cor
poration was looked upon favorably, stim
ulating the dealings in Steel common, the
price of which early touched a low of 63V»,,
against a New York Stock Exchange low
of 6325, while its high was 6%. against fo*s.
At the highest levels professional operators
who had covered early in the day were in
clined again to turn to the short Bide and
fight the advance. As a result, the top
quotations for most of the leading stocks
were under those of the other board. Do
tailed operations follow:
STOCKS.
Bales. Open. High. Lew. l«t.
n^Hn^o-p :::•.* ln g| j* £*
200 Am Beet Sug.. 2b -1 U **• J -'
330 Am Car & Fdy 41% 43 41 i 4-^*
SO Am Cot Oil..- CSVJ 05% 64H .. &4£
10 Am can 7% .*» «*h JJi
20 Am H&L. Pf 2C'i 23% %'> 23^
250 Am Ice 17* i 19 ITJ ISH
60 Am Linseed . . 10% 10* 10** »•%
130 Am L.icomotiv© 80% 32% 30%. 32%
8.290 Am Smeltlas;.. 63*s 88 IKi 6»_
190 Am Sugar 115-* lib* 118 ll.j'a
SO Anaconda BBM 3. ] 4 3-.;% »
B.9e»> Atchison 83? i «6»i »3>* 94^
«0 Bait & 0hi0.. .106 10, M 6 l (^n
1,810 Brookl>T- R.T. 72H 73% 72 J * Wl
10 Can Pac 182% IS2H 182 IS2^,
BSO Cent Leather. .27 2ft 27 2S^
800 Chep & Ohio.. 6S 88^1 67 ■ 6?Ts
40 Ch Gt West... 2»Vi 201 i 2OH 20H
1.530 Ch M & St P. 117 lift 117 119
140 Col Fuel 254 26% 24S 24H
1,000 Consol Gas ..ONi 126^- 124 124 's
10 Corn Prod .... 12 l s 12i 12S 12 -a
P0 Denver &RG 24 2t% 24 S 24 4
10 do pref Ki'-n 65% 6W4 654
230 Distillers . •26 28 26 26
630 Erie -.21 214 20% 21
' 70 do Ist pref.. 3Mk 564 SSH 364
SOO Gt Nor pref. ..121 122H 11£? 3 1214
40 Gt Nor Ore ctfs .V) 60U 50 504
210 Int-Met ... .- 15 157s M lo~»
210 <lo pref 43 Vi 4t, 424 45
110 Int Paper ... 9 04 9 04
170 Kan City 50... 244 24H 244 24H
SO Louis & Nash. 131 13S 1314 133
250 Mo Kan &T. .284 SO 254 30
600 Mo Pac . ... 45 4«4 44 45^4
330 Nat Lead ... 47S 454 474 48
SSO N T Cent ....107 10S?s 106 » 10*^
89 T Or.t <fc \T S9 T^ 4! S9 T^ 404
210 Nor Pac 1144 115% 113% 115%
20 Pac Mail 224 23Vt 224 23**
1.140 Per.n R R 124 11 126 1244 125H
10 Pitts Coal .... 13 T i 13 18% 13
89 Preaer! Bt Car. 2f>H 2R% 2«4 2<>%
2Uf*sO TteadinK 132»» 135 182% 1344
50 Eep Ptee! . . . 25% 29> 28% 20
60 do pref S« Sfl 86 T » 83%
820 Rock Island .. 24^, 26U 234 25%
760 do pref . ... 614 614 57 <Vt
2.760 Pouth Pac 106?» 107 l'">s 188%
270 Southern Rv.. l&Vi 20 10»i 19>S
20 do pref 474 47 474 474
30 Tex & Pac 23 23U 22 ; * 22 :
23.2^.0 Union Pac 154*s 157 164 156 3 *
SO U S Rubb«r... 25% 304 2S\i 89%
Be,iso r S Steel 64 *r<'-* 63% 65
130 do pref 112 T 114 112 7 114
70 Utah Cop 41 42 T 404 42 T j
SOO Va-Car Chem. 86% 6T% 8,1% 5T '
3*O Wabash ...... U 14S lr.H 14«fc
740 do pref ... 2» T » Si : -. 2P»» 31*,
30 "West Union .. 57% 57% r.7% 67%
60 TVestfnghous*.. 63% 63% 53% 68%
14c, Totai Bales.
MINING.
400 Com Fraction... .4» • .4? .48 .49
400 Con Cal & Va. .66 .67 .M .67
300 Elkton 774 .774 .TT% .774
40i> Flor-nce 02f» .02?» .02% .02H
450 Goldfteld Con.. 8.10 S.OO 8.10
1.000 Jim Butler .... .25 .25 .244 .244
I.3<V' Jumbr, Ext 50 .53 .48 .52
500 MacNamara ... .82 .82 .32 .32
400 Montana i>44 .86 .94 .Bi
30«) Ne^-ada Hills . .02% .02% .68% .O2U
500 Ophlr 124 .124 .124 .12 l
1.200 Pharmacist 03 .03 .03 .03
7.150 Total sales. j
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street.*
Bld.AsKed-j Bid.Asked.
Alliance Ry. 120 125 i Law TI & T 260 270
Am Surety. 210 220 Lincoln 140 145
Astor 350 365 JL Is! L, &T. 990 31.">
Rankers' ... — 650 Manhattan . . 375 4»X>
B & M G.. 240 250 Mercantile .. 700 740
Broadway .. 145 130 Metropolitan. — 635
i Brooklyn ■.. 425 — Mtgf Bond.. 110 116
I Carnegie ... 120 130 Mutual 130 —
Cas Cc of A 128 140 Mut Alliance — 132U
Central . 1000 1025 Nassau 175 ISS -
City Invest. 69 72 Nat Surety.. 25© 't*>
do pref... 105 IIS NTLUT.IIOO 1120
Citizens 1 ... 140 145 N V M& S. 200 2OS
Columbia .. 270 280 N V Trns: . . «4O 655
Com'wealth. 150 — Peoples 300 —
Commercial. 118 120 q u Co Jltge. 110
Empire Tr.. 809 310 Queens C 0... lift
Equitable .. 465 4SS Realty Asso. 113 116
y L & T...1700 1740 savoy — 105
Flatbush .. 200 220 Standard ... 4<«> 410
Krankltn .. 220 230 | Title G &T. 490 COO
Fulton 25*> — Tlof N V . 14S 155
Fidelity .... 389 210 Tr Co of Am 340 350
Guaranty .. 890 840 Union 1350 1375
Guardian .. — 175 m States. . .12<X> 1225
Hamilton .. 270 280 n 8 Cas..-.. 215 —
Home Trust - 115 U S M & T . 4fiT. 475
Hud Realty 110 — rST G& I 110 120
Hudson .... 170 ISO I Van Norden. — BJB
Int Hkg Cor 110 — I \Ya«h;i!Bton . 378 —
Kings C 0... 808 — Westchester. . 150
Knlckerbock 200 300. 'W4FT4SJ l«0 170
Law Mt«... 235 MO •Windsor 120 ISO
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
Maturing 1910-*27.
(Furnished by Swartwout & Appemellar. No. 40
I'ine street.)
Name. Maturity. Interest yield.
Atlan Coast Une 4 p c. l»li^-17. ... 5 i\%
Buff Roches & P 4-44 p c, 1919-27.. 4*4 * 4%
Cent of Georgia Ity 44-5 p c, IMO-'IT 5 4*4
Cent RBofNJ 4p c. 1811 4<i 4%
Ches (Si Ohio 4 p c. 101(>-'17 5 44
Chic & Alt 4-IH-r. p c, 1910-'l9 [>\ 4^
Chic & East II! 4li-54 l i-5 pc. l!>10-'17.. 54 4%
Chic RII I'ac 4 4-6 pc. IKK'-10.. 54 4 T i
Clc Ham A Day 4H-S pc. lalO-"2u. . 8% 4*,
Del & Hud 44 P C 1922 4*, 4^»
Erio 4-44-5 Pc, 18S6-*M 6 vs^v s^
Hocking Valley 4-4 pc. 1910-13.. 6 4H
Hud & Manhut .'• p c. lUIU-'ls* c> l 5
Kan City Ft »&M44 p C lolrt-'is 6% 4 ,
ETju City Southern 44 pc, ll»U»-'15 6l6 l , 4\
L«ih!gh Val H R 4-4 pC. ll*lo-"l«. 44 4%
tUcaouri Panifle Bp c, 1910-'l7 BH 4H
Mobil« & Ohio 4-0 P C IMO-*lB ... 6% 4%
N V Central IJnes 3 Pc. 1010-22... 4% 4?,
Norfolk &W4 pc. 1010-'HJ 4% 4%
Pennsylvania 34-4 |> c. l'JlO-'l7 . . 4% 4V»
St L. & S Fr 4 4'-s-o i> c, 1010-17... 6% 5
ilo K uar A C and VBP c. MlB-11 54 4'^
Seaboard AL. *%-■ Pc. lUIC'-'l7 f>V> 4v»
Kouthern R: 8% 4 4. Pc, li) 10-*21. 54 i%
Virginian Ky 5P c. 1010-MD 5Vi 4^,
Wabash-R.lt 41,4-ft4 1 ,4-ft p c. 1910-'2l .. : '^* ■*'*
Wheeling & I- ■ 44-5 p c U)lO-'22. | 5
EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
n.io 1909. 1808.
Wk en.l July 28.112.380.022f12.428.818 810.88a.0M
61nc« Jan 1... Jeß>7M.Blßlß6,l|4,Bjß>S7l.BiS.BTa
Capital - • • S 1,000.090
Surplus k Profits - 1.500,000
DIRECTORS
towv n nicitrn JOHN R. MefinftET,
John""* iniu'.lnr-. Mir.-if* -tv- -. PtttstmnrX P*.
-S\M*e" <.. BAVNE. CHARLES F. MATHEK9OX.
President Seaboard National Bank. KrsuthofT. Harmon A Math .■ > - Attara««
IMON .v BETHEIX. T.EO. BARCLAY MOFFAT.
President New York Telephone Co. Whtt^. Weld & Co.. Bank-TS.
KOBKKT KUADI.EV. WIIXIAW n. MfHOld,
Chairman An: Agriculture! Chemical w. cfcalrmaa Oe««r Chemical Ol
TREDEKKR H . \TO>. &VGTWTV9 G. P\IVE.
Preshi-.it Am. '•ar^, r—**m Hmm V --- nf Pssm r^
Trca, Tl". i"«^,-. ' & N -• Tor,. HEKst%>> WD
..« b 11KPBI K\ C-f>i««i
Prssldeßt Cha»- Nationa] Bank. •fTtHDEIUCK STRA
WIM^KD V. KX>C. J. & W. Sellsman i O-. Baak*r».
President of the Company. \KTHt X TUT.\BrLL.
G HERMANN KINM'ITT. p ost & Flaffjr. Banker..
Kissel. Klnnlcott & Co.. P^r.kers. Ml' H 1 31. VAN Bfcl RITJC.
ANTHONY R. Kl->t»». ! "van B<urtn & Je»up. Baak«rt.
Pre«. So. Jersey Oas. Base ■ Tqf E^rutlv. O---^^. IXTra|l3r _
INDEPENDENT OF TIIE CONTROL OF -V" MX™ I^TKREOT.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MONEY MARKET.-Money on al- opened
at 2 per cent; highest. 2- per cent lowest.
lv. per cent; closing. 1% per cent: ruling
rate" HI per cent Time money *« «»
changed. Rates: 3^ per «rt «"' «™g
days 'for per cent ninety per cent for
c^nt for four months. 4*#4% P« cem for
five months. [email protected]^i per cent ta;itaiiwntn&
MercantUe paper was quiet :iTl^f^: iTl^f^
Der cent for sixty to ninety days lnaor-ea
Mils receivable. VA1&& per cent for choice
four to six months' single names, b per cent
for others. ■./:
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. - The . foreign
exchange market opened easier uitn.ates
down S points to 4.V<^4.S.^ *2L,4s£t
4.8535^4.8^5 for demand l «erlmß and U-
cables were quoted at j.So£©-».S«». ..^"SRS
sterling at [email protected] s^fday bills
at 4 53%54.53»4. Short francs held arouna
5 lfi% llsf &-« and short reichsmarks 94 15-M
plus 1-32.
Bankers" posted rates were:
Sixty days. D«maEd-
SterUnK • *«»
Germanr. relchsmarks »•% kjr%
■Paris, franca v:,'- S 10%
Belgium, francs - ?--i "•* K'lS^i
I Switzerland, francs o.2t'* ■ 40^1
! Holland, guilders *> w .*
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - Boston, oc
i discount; Chicago. 15c premium; san ran
cisco sight 7V,c premium, telegraph 10c pre
mium: NeV 'Orleans, commercial par and
25c discount, bank *l premium; Charleston,
buying par. selling l-10c premium; St. Louis,
15c premium bid, 25c premium asked Min
neapolis. 60c premium; Savannah, bujing
3-16 c discount, selling par.
■r wk- CL.EA.RINGS. — New Tork, ex
'' chang- skvfo^T balances $S.SS2.2^; Bos
ton. Exchanges $34,130,216 balances JLU^
! Philadelphia, exchanges 526- I|^>^ o l^- a c^ s
, $•> 41?; Chicago, exchanges $44,2 T.,«., bal
i ances {2,532.562.
SILVER .-Commercial .bar sli
ver 53% d; Mexican silver dollars 44c. Bar
! silver in Londor. closed at 24 13-lSd, a de
! cline of l-16d.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid. S; L.s
bon, 7.50.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.-Mexican ex-
I change on New York la quoted at 2.Q1V2.
GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS. — Receipts
'■ from customs yesterday were $4 »-.9_a; in
ternal revenue, inclmilng corporation tax.
5526.519. and miscellaneous. Si.'..h'l. a to^i
of $1 257.247, against total expenditures on
I ordinary account of $3.00T,350. For the month
:to date ordinary receipts have be en *^-----
■ 044 and ordinary expenditures SoS.34«.\WA. «-ne
excess of expenditures amounting to 510.1 M
.-953 For the fiscal year to date ordina re :
ceipts have been $45.245.(M4, against $43,041.5-*
! in the same time in IS®, and ordinary ex
penditures *58,240.0) C. against fos.CvJ.ft). in
i isu9 the excess of expenditures this year
! amounting to $10,094,959. compared «h an
I excess of expenditures last year or xm^b,
1 182. Including Panama Canal account and
I public debt, the excess of all expenditures
! over receipts since July 1 amounts to 511.-
I 012.546, against an excess in the corresponu
i ing period a year ago of $15,4.-,001.
i SUB-TREASURY.— The Sub-Treasury W
I debtor to the Clearing House $ITS.Sn.
TOPICS OF THE STEEET.
FOREIGN TRADING.— Foreign houses
: were heavy buyers of stocks IB the local
market, taking upward of 80,000 shares on
balance. The purchases were well dlsnrto
uted over the international list.
COPPER TRADE CONDITIONS.—Pro
ducers report more stable conditions to the
copper market. .Assurances. of a redaction
in copper output have brought many con
1 sumers Into the market for large supplies
who have heretofore been conducting then*
purchases on a hand-to-mouth basis Sales
last week and so far this week are esti
mated at more than 75.C00.0.0 pounds, of
which the United Metals Selling Company
i is credited with more than 50.000.000 pounds.
No copper has been sold below 12^ cents. I
Producers seem convinced that price 3 for
the metal will work higher ana are not
forcing copper on the market at lT—> cents, j
The United Metals Selling Company has ,
been carrying the bulk of unsold copper,
and Its sales proportionally have been
larger than those of its competitors.
JULY COTTON TRADING NOTICE.—
The New York Cotton Exchange has issued
the following notice to its members: "All
trading in the current month — July — shall
ceaae at noon on the last full business day
of the month — i. c.. Friday, 29th inst- No
tlces of delivery may be issued that day for
, trades made on that day. such notices to
;be issued after the time of trade. The de
livery of cotton on a!! notices issued on }
; Friday shall take place on he flnt day of !
i the following month— i. c., August 1. See
Rule 9."
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE COM? ANT.
—An order for fifteen Pacific type passen
ger locomotives has been placed with the
American Locomotive Company by the Illi
, nois Central Railroad. An officer of the
locomotive company says that the business
on hand is sufficient to keep the plants of
the company running on full time and that
there is no reason for uneasiness. During
the last few days the company has been in
receipt of several inquiries that o-orrr"
well.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. - Dividends
have been declared as follows: The United
Bank Note Company, regular quarterly 1
per cent on the common, payable August 15.
Jefferson and Clearfleld Coal and I-on
Company, semi-annual 212 1 per cent on the
preferred, payable August 1;.. Buffalo
Rochester & Pittsburg Railway, regular
f=emi-annual 3 per cent on the" preferred
and 2 per cent on the common. The Bond '
and Mortgage Guarantee Company, quar
terly 3 per cent, payable August "15. The-
Fourteenth Street Bank. 3 per cent, ra\
able August 1.
HARRIMAN EARNINGS. - The Union!
Pacific reports gross earniners of $7.50S 553 '
an increase of $«4,776 for the moi of ;
June, and net earnings of 13^00.688 a de- I
crease of $3iX'.*»'. comparison being made!
with the same time last year. The South
ern Pacific for the same month shows a
of Irfs3r44frt>SS1 rfs3 r 44f rt>SS of $596,924 and a sain in net
SLOSS-SHEFFIELD. — Earnings of the
Sloss-Sheffleld Stet-I and Iron Company for '
the six months ended May 31 show "total !
profits from operations of $562,596, a decrease
of 521L460. as compared with the same time
last year. After the payment of interest
and taxes there was a surplus of JH5.596 a
aecrease of J192.555.
APPLICATION TO LIST. - Application i
has been made to the Stock Exchange to
list U.<w.>*>- additional consolidated mort
gage Kuarar.teed 4 p« cent Ptttsburi Cm- i
cinnalt Chlcas A B1 Louis bonds and
512.790.000 Pennsylvanl 1 Railroad-Allegheny i
v alley Railway general mortgage 4 per cent
bonus.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL. ♦
London, July 27.— Consols closed 1-16
nrmrr. at Si 11-16 for moi and account.
Anaconda was ', low. at £7?*: Canadian
KiJ: l?sg: at and Gra » d tt?»*
Money wu in good demand and supply
and discount rates were steady to-day t
. Investment and Continental buvinsr"and
ess apprehension regardln?: the settlement
™» P £ , ed a lorc cheerful tone to the stock
recovery brou Slit about a general slight
American securities opened stronsr and
from one to two poll -higher, favorable
crop news and the United States Steel
o«vi ement lr d cln S >ocal and Continental
BnhS?£r After « the bu J' n « movement
subsided prices fluctuated erratically, but
the advances were well maintained, and
the market closed fairly steady, with
values ranging from * 4 to 2^ higher than
. t Biei aaj \< v York closing.
• all money in London. I\i per cent
open markei discount rates /or short bills*
2 P«r centf long bills. .• s per cent: Berlin
discount rate. 3 pc cent; Paris discount
rate. I per cent; Paris exchange on Lon
opn. 25 francs 19» centimes; Berlta rS
cbaas* PJ 1 London. _'D maiK- «^ nnljta
" ai \ Kold J7« 9Ud. American eugles. Via
■ % v
I.erlin. July 2..— Prices were somewhat
weaker on the BoenM. but the market
showed Rood r»— force, un<> the ,i,-
clines were limited. c
Paris^ July 2.7.— Three p« r cent rentes
closed . vg centimes blcner, at 97 francs
31 centimes. I'rlces opened easier on the
135 B road v/ ay
SEW YORK CITY
COLUMBIA
TRUST I
COMPANY
Union Trust Co. of KewY&rt
80 3ROAI 'A AY ftftll Avt * Sit.- fj
Capital & Surplus, $8,737,000
Allows Interest on Deposits
Edward B. Smith & Co
Bajikers
Philadelphia New York
KMCKLKBOCKLR
TRUST COMPANY
wtttti Aye. -■ S4th Et. 60 Broac
Lotiot Aye. A- '2.-.T St. T*.:r*l a ••» * 148Q; tt.
Bourse. Later the market lrr:rrov«d tad
closed Bjm
SECTTEITHIS AT AUCTION.
The following: sectirltles wmn m (d yest»
day at auction at tiie Exchar.ge salesawa'
by Adrian H. Mullar & Son:
By ortler of admlslstratarj
6P2 shs. Sea Coast Packing Corrpacr *"? tl.
New Jersey: I.OCO shar»3 Phcs
nix Gold Mining O>3:pa=y oe
catlon of mine. Arizona;. $2.OM>
Pacealx Gold illalna: ti p«r cant
refunding gold bSSJOS. CJJt 132*
(orjranlzed in Malr.*-.. 500 shares
Alturaa-Senate Mining Ccinpasy
imine at Alturaa. liaio;: X9OO
shares Ainerlcaa ft 'Br.zuz
Manufacturing Corr.pac- fiot)^ .|39
FVir account of wisoir. It may coacers:
€2 ahs. ilulherln & Ju<i«e Lciaber Com
pany (lot) - - . V 9
7 sha. Lincoln " rusl Company . .„.. VS.
8G aha. The Orr Company fTroy. N. "' ■>. > -
preferred (per share* - "---; °
240 shs. The Orr Company (Troy. >. V.)
(lot) **
172 aha. Th* Tread'weUs 31U1» Coi=pa.TT
not) ,**
103 shs. The Treadwella MiU» -'..--■r v , J
preferred (lot) - ••-• W:
5,000 shs. Mountain Vierw Mining ir. - « -
Ing Company (lot) ■ •-_• • m
68 shs. Progrreasive Realty and Ha- -
proveinent Company o<>O 13
100 ,hs. United States Rubber Compasr »>
200 dns- Kansas City Southern Ka.:*aT j^
1 000 shs. Lake Erie & Western Railroad- ox
J2W 20 Detroit. Toledo & Ironton Ra.U
rcad 2d preferred scrip. 53.t«>>
- .— ■ Toledo & Iror.:-r. Kaij
road consoUdated mort?aK9 4^
M r ceni bonds, <lue 1903 (l=t«T
•«t February and Angns^: - < v?
ruary. 190 S. coupons attacae^'i
Slls T>>t- • ■ Toledo t Lrcntcn
Railroad con3olid3ted «««W»
4S per ceni bonds, duo ISOS urt
t«fest February and A-«"-s*
rebroary. 190 S. coupoasi a:
tached: bc=d scrip) tlot*. -.-■-. »»
KoCnD»lawar9 t Eaatera Eallroad Ist
mc-tsag* 6 per cent *0%3.3~* v.
i?^7 (interest Jamiar7 ad* Jniy. „ ,
Ju " 1910. conpons <! «»*-^:>4t. 1
f7.C00 Cobleskill Crcs=ed --_ C°Vj
■ - - Ist ■sartwi •> p*- t --
ar-/ and July: accraed later-st .. -
to b* -arzri - V;*"V«<;—
10 shs. Provident Savings Lif» Ass- jjm
arcs Society (tatl ... - - -- -•• -«- ♦"^ <
9 sis. Kln« OtfSßSr Electric Us
o . . Power Company ...... a
6o shs. FcirtssmOi Street Bank- -.-^
100 shs. Denver a. R-- .__;_'. r
•\(X) ehs. TeK!ess<»« Ccpp«r ccmpa--y. --■- *■
106 s£t International Mercantile Martoa
Compar.y prtferred --";
StlO OX) Centra! Ga* Conl^S~ /S -V :
Scott. Kan.). Ist mort?a.s» « ?^
ent gold bond*, dv* Deeema*-.
ssQTisnt coupons s--*c— «»* * — - .
MISCELLANEOUS SSCUEITIES.
Bfaad street
STOCEI3.
Arr.-r'.-a-. Bra« .._ Q-J . S il« D
American Cilcla g*?** *3 S in
American Chlsla pf Q-J $ ~ *£
Am Coal Products ££._, 5 %% 'n
American Press Q-m4£x c » *%■
American Thread pf JsJ 3 ** .-
Am Type Foand dabl.-.M&XIOT 6 100 -
Am Typ- Found naw-~SHfcXI933 6 99 _, - »
Am Type Founders JiJ 4 33 «
Am Type Founders *f..Q-J • •» »
Bimer £ Saa - pf - » 2?
Border.- Ccnd SBBi - . .F4AEx — Eg »}
Borders Cond M:.k pT.-Q-M » : -JJ
Bush Terminal com..-. ~" \ Z
Central FliMWfea -■- — « ■
Central Fireworks pf... — V> £•
Conn Hy & u&a Q-F 4 .4 _y
Celluloid QJiSs S 123 g
£Idu ?de Xemours-.Q-M S 1« »•
Eldu Fde N-rr. ■*--•- Q-^J 5 f\ • 3
Empire Steel & Iron — -J g
Err.pir" Statl & Iron pf. — • «
Hall Signal common . — ♦' *
H«rtns-H*n-Marrtn ... - J5 «•
Internal Nickel • — I^3 l*j
International Nickel pf.Q-F « SB w
International Silver . — *" rH
International Silver p? -Q-J I — -2
Kirby Lumber — W Jj
Klrby Lumber p< ... — •£ j5
Kinss Co El L& P ... Q-M S IS -1
Nat Cash R?«r.ster pf...J&J 7 11. r'S
Nlles-E^ment-P Q-M - 6 l " 3
NJlcs-Bement-P pf Q-F 6 "* >5 I
Otis Elevator . - -A*O - 53 p.
Otis Elevator pf CJ-J 6 «» •Jfl
Old Dominion S S J4J « 1<» -^
Pacific Gas &El — * - 2
FaciSc Gas &El pf . . . . Q-J - S3 J»
Phelps. D ■-• Co — 190 2» !
Pope Manufacturing - - — ■ * ■
Pcpo Mfs pf — i!»
Producers' Oil Q-M - li£ ■
Pratt & Whitney pf Q-F 6 100 *»
Royal Bak Powder Q-M.tKx - ISO »•
yal Bak Powder pf - . Q-M « 103 *!j
Safety ■■• U& L. Q-MJkE* - IS J?
Sen-Sen CkteM — — ~
Standard Coupler — 33 „
Standard MUUnc C 0.... — w 2
Standard tftW Co pf.AAO > ♦> «J I
Texas Company . Q-M 12 1 '-'• »*? I
Texas .* Ps lOc v>a4 Scrip <S l"> S*
Trenton Potteries ■ ' — 4 tt
Trenton Potteries pf . _ — "■ T,
Trenton Pet fndg ctfs-.JiJ • *> .2,1
Trow Directory — -"' J5 ;
Union Carbide ■ — 9* %
T'ni- n Ferry Q-J 2 » .*£ ■
fnion Typewriter • — *"* ««t
Union Tjpemlter Ist pf.AAO « *** *n j
Vni«»n Typewriter -J pf.A&O ~ l l^* "il ;
I'nited Bank Note Q-J 4 +> S
CBlttd Hank Note pf...Q-J « >v '«t
U s Ptelali com S-J 7 »» «S
V S Flnishlns pf . Q-J 7 !"• Mg I
t" S Finishing Ist J&J !£>!» 5 100 ■
U S FlnishinK ecus JsJIO 5 » r*
r S Motor com • — 50 .^
I* S Motor pf • — — #
— «f
5 5
P «rr . — ij
p? '
•Ex dividend 2>i per cent.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
(Furnished by Swartwou: & Appear ;l!ar. N* j
Pine strc«t.> ..
. A^|
Name. Maturity. BU. A*^ 1 ?*
Am Clsar 4 re. Mch V,. 19U.. »»f» W'* J*
do 4 pc. Alch 13. lUI2 !*.'i •*-. i|J
Bai: & Ohit> 4 p c. Moh tc. I9H »H 2j»
do 4 : 3 p c June. 1813 o**i 3
Eeth Steol Corp tf pc. Nov. 1914 1K» 9t *,"*-I*
Chic ... &P C. Men U.'lWl3 »*^» *Z? jj*
tnn Ham .v n4t» c. July, 191 S. SWV *»' .* ttfi
CCCtSUJp c. June. UHl.lrt»S UV-» *jj]
p& n ««ipta 4 1 j p c juu, i»^;. a>Vs iwJ J*|
I>lo « p c, April S, l!»ll »*'m w^ i^|
O<n Rubber 44 l 3l 3 pc. July. I!US. 9- *»J^- £i»
Hudson Cos ti pc. Oot 13. tail »b »*^ £#
do tt pc. Feb. 101^ »S »«**. .w
Inti r- rRTti pc. May. l»Il.I«»»S lo }> ?»!
Kan f R A I. «P c. S^ot. 1912. 37 "1 J 4J» !
>'•" 5P c. May 15. 1013 9*\ 2 «j»
1-afk Steel 3 pe. Moh. IDIS JW% >->J „?$■
Minn >t St Lip c. Feb. 1911.. S»7 »»a ".jj
M X & t 5 p c. Auu. Wll 9*^ » *- "^
N V Cent Lines. et;pt3. ft •,■ c. .-»'"-
Nov. WlO--22 4. SO 4.50
NY N H jfe Hsp c. I■■ I -"12.. I«>' » 01 7 : «*
Si Ii 5 F 4>Tr i> c. Feb. 1912. 85 *» "V » jj»
dv 5 P c. Mch. 191.*. tKi l > *«V» tj*
Southern Ry 3p c. Fab. 1913.. 9T »*♦ 'tj#
Tidewater rt p c. June. 1015 »9*» l ol * ** :T$
West Tel >t T 5 p c. Feb. 1912. *$«i ** ? «t*
WEI&M 6p c. Aug. 1310.... »U W*

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