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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1913.
COTTON STEADY AND
SENTIMENT IMPROVED
"mvli Option SlroimeM. Willi
p Notices Issued on
Inc Hint the Intnl ninnunl width will ; speculative Hcrount. fUfnillnem uhrond
come Into sight this M'iioim will lie "l.iiOH ) mill PTpi-ctnllmiw nf n llbcrnl decrease. In
bales iiiiiI lidding the stock eiiirlrd over i Ihe visible supply were tlin factors re
ffiini lust reason we got ii tnlnl Rtipplv 1 spnnslhte fnr u steady litid'rtntin through
in ioihiiI flRtnin of Tc.nni) hales, which nut tin- Mirly pat t nf the session Most
would leave i. mid bales to In' curried i of Ihe large npciiitur iiRain appeared In
over mtn llm next fiop Snob ii entry I lie rather nervous unit dlsplu:fd mi In
nvei wniild nut pi'iivc hurilcm time III view- i Itiintliin tn nwnlt development. The pub
ill Hie plcsi-llt IllllllK PI'ln'S and Hie Wide II. .Itlnll nf Hie Islllle Kllpplj. Ilgllrrs, W lllrh
SCCOIHI
)!iy.
s-nr ADVIPKS HKTTKH
Prop I'repnriitions 1tii n r Cnrrieil
I'orwiinl. Willi Plntilinir
lo Slni'l Soon.
i Him prices held .stradv Ihimigh the
lesainn scsfirilnv tit slight ailviinrcs above
tie preceding closing level nnil nt iihntit
he same level n the, npeiiink iiunt.itlnti
nr Hie neiir inniiths, but will) fair ad
vances for tlie new crop position The
1.ireli nptlnn wan Hie lender boi atlse nf
Hie small iiinnmit of iintlfen issued yes.
citlnv. Hie second March lint li e ilay. The
deliveries from the lint lee dm lasl week
minded IK. 40(1 bale, about Hh.lt llilll been
looked for There was n Utile Irtcgil.
l.irlty early, ilile tn Hie nntlmintlnn of
some" nf the previous dux x Kelllni! sunn
lifter the opening, but till was well ab
sorbed nml values llrmeil again Thrre
were reports frnni the Smith nf a better
-.pot tli-iuanil. offset l-v others that new
rnp prep.niitlntis were moving foiiMinl
nnil that plaiitinc .-houl'l bet-In snntt.
Foreign advices wete stend.v. st.it Ion that
the pnlltl' il situation tiliro.nl hail Itn
prnveil. with cvuhtuo that peaee negotia
tions would he resumed In the near fnliire.
while tr.ule leporls vvrto mine bullish
r.nnrtu )ineii. shtnvi d further billing
off, the total for the season to date. il.t.71.- j
3s1, being l..lo"i.i)ii liehiinl the total for
the corresponding; period List cur. when
exports liitil been x.n7ii.421 bales Spin
ners linvo been billing nioilorntelv hltelv,
hut not heavy eunuch to intlueme the
market
The netunl arrival nf the lime for the
change In nilmliilstr.itlntt Ii n-Knrilnl by
rottnn market bulls um the time for nil
Improvement tn l otion prh os A tncni
her nf Hie local cxoliungo tiientlv stateil
that eotton pileei wele illn'ountlnc Hie
i-hance Just as tniu-li as stooKs h.nl Willi
Street yoNtenl.lN hhowcil nil Improve.l
tone anil some nf the better n-ntlnieiit
was relleeteil In i-nttnn. It Is expei'teil
that the approaeh of the ilate for the
oallitiR nf the eMra session nf Const ""
will u-sillt in Mine nerousness beeause
nf the ext-ertril revision of the tariff on
eotton Rl'Oils lleirsititltlK this It Is sillil
that the enttnn futures' inarUi'ts have
net so n,u-h tn fear ns the worlifs "ii-Ml"n"li"-
i-f eotton comls will prilhably
he J'is :-s crent whether more or Ies
of tl. ; me bi'.niKht frnni Kurnpe than
;i ineset.t utnl that whatever iU-i-rene
oxulis n iloniestle eotlUinptlnn will he
n.uili .i- for bv he:-ler buyltiK of rot
ion 1 fnieiRii spinners.
The ..r.tliiueil stenitlnes of the eotton
enrols mmlet i not cetierally expert
tn last th some merchants preilu-ttns
tlMt i - i r will he n slnwlne up .pllte soon,
iither-. wever. thinl. that, with the ilrv
Is 'i nle eontintllnc netlve there
.ire i -tit vet that business will prow
lull, -ii'init the fears of the merchants
In tie - sin over the prospective lower
tie i " 11 t.ir'IY Those tnme optimistic
about I'utute state that the ttaile will
soon I'.ili'ist Itself to rhanseil lotiilltlons
it the i .i T is rut. anil that f'-relmi rom
netlti-'t is ent so much to be Jeareil while
there .. hu. h creat actlvltv anil such hluli
prices t tevnil in the t'ntteil Klncilom Not
only has the consumptive uenianu te
mainiil heavy nbrn.nl, but theie are Imll
rations thiit it will Increase greatly If the
lUlkHii war Is settleil soon, as now seems
lilteh While the Retn-ra! treml of opinion
Is to the itfiit thiit lower tariff on rot
ton cooils will hurt the tr.ule for a tune,
s . m as Rnerall rnnc-iled that
prnanetit dumiBo Is r.--t lcoKul for.
.-poi . o-ton was stc.i'l iitiii-llii k up
lkti Is. 1.7". tiMilill.nc i-i?f. I.'i'i. mi
chanced: deliven.,1 on contra--!. :iv tun
bales. Southern niark- ts were imch.iiiRid :
prices for spots In He prit ipal Southern
markets were New i irli-.ms, i;iv. lial
veston, 12 11-Pt: Memphis, le-j. Ka
vannali, IIs. ; St Louis, 1J: Norfolk,
lS's. AUR'Ista, 12,
The New York closliiR was steady, up
6 to points Prices for futures were.
ii sirihiitlon of the slocl.
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
WIleHt llnses With Nellllllienl
Wmhist inlnes t urn n ml Outs
I. nil ei
Wheat prh es wi le weak M-slei d.-n . e
pei i.ilh III i iinsiilcinlloii of the fnut that
them iinil lien ilecllnes for several dais
lle.itlsh si-nlcineiit hum In the asrendalic , 1
mid while their was sonie riioiI hil Iiir at
the Inner li-Mls. with cash anil expnlt)
ilcinand llcht, no sales tn fnrelRtiers fiim-i
,i tittle old business bi-ltiR lepniieil, sup- I
purl will innstli nf pom- ipiabt. I'reillc-
tlims of tilt-Re fnini icsctvcs niinle by j
Snow. Hie weakness ill Liverpool, witni
Open
Inir
Open- lllih Low Clni Prer
IDS et Hit I Ir)e
1. ;i l." 3J 1.- & 1. i l: :t
ij "j : u.', 11 -i- ii ii !
11 M II "..". U V7 M n "
ti iik. it "i hi. n ")
ii 4-. ii :.t n 4". a .. n c.
n 47 it r,4 n 4'. it . n :.
11 43 11 41 11 I.' 11 44 11 H
.,.. .,,,ui,i,.r.,.i i, .,ii..,- r..,. ti.o ..,.,11,,,-1 pan il wi
,'i L i.V.i. .... ....... .. .1' .. .i.V. vear and lL'.r.M'.it
' " V ' 1 ! 1-
Kenerallv excellent cnnilltlnii nf winter
wheat mid the "treat aiiiiiiiut of wheat on
pass, ice, wele other factors aR.ilust iil
ues TriidliiR was ipllel ns a whole The
woilil's nvports IM-Ii- lni'Rer limn ex
pelled, hut this was partly offset by
the lnt-Rcr American inovrunvit than had
been looked for. llecelpts were large mid
N'm Hiwestcrti stocks Increased further.
The Show estimate of fnini reserves
March I was niiich laiRcr than previous
nnes llcpnrls that I'lltope has over
boUiht imported wheat wele also aRalnst
what little bullish sentiment there was
In evidence At the dosing pt It-en were
l4 tO "4 1 off.
Corn was easier In the latler part nf the
sesslnn lesicrilay after havlnc held
fntrlv steaili earlv Tin eiiiiic tesillted
finin the Iniprovemeiil In wciiliier enn
ililinns In Hie West, with ipectiitlons Hint
the small niiiM-inrnt nf the last few davs
wniild be siiccceilcd bv I.URer teceipts
sonn llvpnrt sales Wele sill. ill, illld It is
evpected that thev will not Increase tn.-i-
ti-rlallv unless pi Ices work still lower
Iti-coril farm rescrvi-s were teported bv
private experts World's evpotts were
latRer I ountry nfferlncs wete tint ile
presslnc mid weie well nhsnrbed The In.
ciease In the vislhle Wiis more than had
been looked for and pressure resulted late
in the dav ( losing prices were to
'i-c. below the tliial tlRiiies on Saturday
Oats were easier, follovvini; oilier grains.
wltli si-lllnc on the preilictions of l.irie
farm reserves ami the large increase In
vislhle supply. Cash markets In the In
terior wire easier Closing prices were
'4 to i below the previous closing.
The vislhle supply statement showed an
Increase of r,1,finn hush. -Is nf wheat, an
Increa'se l.'llL'.nnn bushels of corn and
an Increase nf HI., nun bushels of na's
The 1'nlted States visible this vear and
bisi, Hth changes, was (last Onn
omitted):
-lift
Mar 1 nirnic
lomtle hat iU Tv,; In,- '1
11r.ll.lerl uhn.lt . J.77i". II,'.- '.til
Corn . K HI, in.- l.?.-
I,tr.ietic oat . li..an In.- '.
r.i..i,1i-. nit a.'ii In.- in;
The amount nf wheat on passage was
rl . 1 n.ooo bushels this week, compared
with 4v.nriil,t:(iil bushels lat week and n.Y
4 Pi. (inn last vear, an lneine of n.ni;.
onn for the week The torn on passage
was I '..4 1 2.1111) liilli-1s, rompared with
IT.ITi'.iHin last week and 1 n.21 T.mm lat
vear. :i decrease of l.Ti'.ndll huslu-ls for
the wick The amount of wheat in the
visible with the amount on p.isy-igo for
Ktitope shews a net lnneae of 2.-s2 O'lO
husluK against 3. tlT.nii.) ltKtea- last
eJr
Snows repoit stated that there Is
better prospe.-t for winter wlu-.it than
has been known for several icar., due
to the open winter mid no damage of
eonsc.juence has occurred, with cor
respondents placing the condition at tin.
The growth Is smaller than usual on
account of dry weather In Kansas and
Nebraska, but abundant moisture was
received In Kebtuary. anil prosper! ale
now bright In these sections Mr Snow
slated that on the basis of tin (iovern
mem repoit. tn be l-siied Man It In. th
f. n ni i .-serves nf wheat Mar. h 1 would
be 1 ir..iiiii Oi.a t-uslicls. acni-ist 1 'J;'.nin. i.n
last i-ar. corn l.nto.i'-i'i i'O'i bushels,
iigait.st svt.nnii.iK.n in Hit.', and nnls
(iiii.niin bijxhels, (..nipilltil witll "tinn .-
lino last vear As Mr Snnw had been
with the i.nvertiineiit for some veats this
forecast attrarnd wide attention, even
though the figures were considerably
larger titan neatly all previous estimates.
Chicago prices were
Open Hicti
siniMiil ii decrease of r. i , . . s 1 1 bagr! for
tin- niimlli Just closed, did lint affect Hie
ni iikel In aiiv appreciable extent III fact,
lids was rather surprising In some, an
the fulling was ipilte n little- larger than
generiilli expected Shnill.viiftermlild.lv
thete was a slight leactloii, nwlng tn a
decline nf ".il I els In the Santns market a!
Hie slitrt. but this, however, was soon nlT
it b vcrv llrtn cln-lnxs 111 lliirope. Thete
wiih il little lliiulilaHnn Just befnri the close
which brinish! prices down to a riiIii of
only about pnlnls from Salurila'M Ilnals,
Willi the undertone bntely steady.
The world's Visible supply of enffee as
of March I was !'."..f.i'l bags less than
mi I'ebiuaiv I. ngalnst n decrease nf
r.n,!t)'i bags nf a e.tr ago The visible
mi March I last was I I.iKU, I fa bags, rntn-
parcd With I J..".fi!i,TT.'i on rehitliliv tills
on .March 1, l-.n.'.
Ktiowles sent the fnllnwIiiR ruble ftnm
Itrazll "Crop ver li-rcgiilar: iiinxlniiint,
'.i.Tf.il.iiilft bags: rlnenlnK prematllte and
Irregular, generally weedy: trouble ex
peeled during plrklng."
The members of the New York Coffee
I'xeliatige are circulating n pctlt'on ask
ing the board of managers to rescind the
rule adopted last week discontinuing the
pintlng nf sales
Demand for actual enffee was fair, and
the market ruled about steady, with Kin
Th iiintcil at H rents and Santos 4s nt
I.V rents
foreign market advices averaged rather
well Havre closed at an advance nf a
franc, while llanihiiig at the finish was
lllicllilllgeil tn I,; pfg higher. Tin Kin
market was bdicly steady and T." lels
lower lit TH.'.n. with Santns Inactive and
without ch-inge at TJir.il for 4s and UfCii'i
for Ts. Vesterdav's late ruble from tin
latter centte gave the opening as Inac.
live, but ".n rels olT. with ts at T$3nn lle
celpts at Kin Here s.nnn bags and Santns
in.nnn. a total nf Ix.niin bags, cniitrnsle.i
with i.l.iinii at the enri espoudliig time last
eat- Sao I'aulo recelied 1 4,nna, against
".onn n year ngo. and .lundlahy had i.iuin,
(ompmed with fc.DAH
I'rli es follow.
CLARK, DODGE & CO.
BANKERS
Transact a general banking and investment
business.
Dealers in Railroad. Public Service and In
dustrial Bonds suitable for conservative invest
ment. Act as fiscal agents for corporations and ne
gotiate security issues.
Furnish statistical information regarding se
curities to Investors and Trustees.
51 Wall Street
New York
The Rookery
Chicago
GOSSIP OF WALL STREET.
Ttie I'.tlrnt of the llally.
ti:
Mar - Cli'ritifi-
,: o'i nee 4--i
., 11 In.- i i: ,
14 . .-. in. -".v.
ii tvi l in r:
I -s 4 In,- 44 t
Hlh
et
Lew
ct
Cliiitir
Mnrili llJ'ittjni
Annl .. I! ln-HJ 11
Mnv i::i i: t: u :iii.-
June i::iti::.
.lull is 3s ts st i:n is suit." i
Mltlist IS Sill I." J..
si.t.nitwr.... 1S4 tSSS 13 C. IS 4MilS IC
II. lots r .. . IS 4.". IS 47 IS I I 12 S'l-ll.' '
ovniler is sv.H-si
II-. etlllK-r .. L-31 1S5S lSSI 13 -I'll: si
.l.mu:ir.v ... l: ...'-ils -',
Provisions. Thrre was an urgent de-
matid for pork early In the session and
as a result prices advanced 2. cents to
121 "7 for Mav. The official teport of
stneks In Chicago shnwe.l a reductlnu nf
1.301) barrels during the last month and
are now .".T.nnii barrels less than last
ear All meat stuck Incteased l'.i.ilfin.
nnn pounds during I'cbruary, now- total
ing 113.nno.nnii, contrasted with K.n.nnn..
mid In Pill'. There was also free bu lug
nf lard and ribs, although prices showed
nnlv a mnderate advance, as longs sold
on the bulRi. Cash pork was strong, with
llcht offerings Mess, 2t ?i J21.T.1. fam
llv. K'S r.nii j;rt Cah beef was alo
strong, iillhough trade was moderate and
supplies are still small. Packet,
$'."J. famllv. 123ft $24. Cash lard was
firm but quiet. Prime Western, 51120:
eipenslvo offices nml wire services have
suffered and have hail lo rut down ixpeiies.
Hut it would probably be surprising to
Hud how- tunny Wall Street llrms have
managed to make quite n decent living
within the past jenr Others which have
tint done xvr 1 1 will iindouliteilly find that
snlnn tlav their patience will he rewarded
You Investments
The unto, and profitable Investment of your money f a moit
Important matter. Mctpsy if too valuable, to risk In unsound
Investment. No 5ectirili"S tdiotild tip considered that do not
poMPMi the fundamental cjurtHty of safety.
Thu Iiond Department of thli company will he glad to rIvo
mgRestlons nnd ndvict rrRardinR Investments, and you are cor
dially invited to mako tiso of this service. At tho present timo
we hnve a selected list of railrcatl, tniblic utility, and industrial
bonds yielding from 67n o fi which wp recommend for con
frrvative investment, particulars conccrninu which wo will bi
glad to tend on request
Ask for Circular V 201.
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
28 Nassau Street
it
Ii
ftM Artnm Brinch,
5th Air. It 43d St.
Capital and Surplus
Deposits .
London Office,
33 Lombard St., E. C
Sttndird Brtadh,
25 Btotd Stroo.
$30,000,003
168,000,003
td Tin: iioi.nr.iifi of
SIX 7KII ('ISN'T. tlOI,l .MtHITtMtlK 1IO.NPH
Iiuij 11,-ccmt.er 1, 1911
nf
I'j.TT.HVATIOVAl, Ml.VI'lt t'OMPAM.
(In hit Tuesilny I be averageprlceof tm ks
louiheil tin low level of I he year lllis far
mil at Hint point wele appteciatiiv in-iow
the Ion nf jitl and not lr Hom (lie
pill. The downwind movement which,
leinoor irdv al least, ciilinlnali-il last week.
vtatled last rail am! iiinnunletl In a ileehne ' tuiilnir the past tear nt s., quite a nnlil
nf abiiul IV points m I he case of I In ralllo.nl (l Sl.k ;xr,inige III ins have ejtendeil
lliclr business to lucliiile trading In iitilM-d
Nntlce l heri-l.v glien, puraiian' t th"
prnvMnns of Article Mil of the MnrtllH
if Ititerniitlnniil Silver Ciiinpan). ihite.l
V,...a.l.r lh-11. Hint ll,o IIM.leralerieil na
1 Trustee un.ler mill Mortenge has ilrnun lo' I
nil tnr reiienituioii i.n .nine , i
mnneya lii tin- SlnVIng riinn. tin ioiihu um
nitml.rreii tinn.is liie.i meruinoer, vir
Hillside eeiirllles In.
.locks Illld lllmlll t'. pnlllls III tin i-lle ni j
the indu-i nuts. The uplurii In lln past
fort d,i s tepreents ll teciiv et v nil Die ilM-r-uge
nf . is per cent for the rails and ". til
per lent lor the milu.lrlals Some of the
standard Issues about which theie lias been
much talk on account id their evlreinelv
lare Income retunied at enrrent prices
have suited quit" hnrplv llalllmnre and
(Ihln has r.illled :i'. tmlnts, tchlnli '."..
s-t Paul 4'.. Consolidated (las Louis
ville and Na-liMlle . Central N'ortln-rii
Pr.oihV .1. (ireal Northern preferred V
Pennsylvania '.".. Miuihern Paclllc -'..
rtiion I'acilli S1.. steel :i'i, Cniindlnn Pa-.i-itle
I': l.ehigh Vallev II, lleinllllg
Smellers 4, and Aiimlgainateil It
is tn be remembered that several nf the
stneks mentioned have sold ex dividend
in the meantime
Pressnre on
lorn Prnilnels a-lmres.
seciitilles rnttnerlv the bulk id this
business was lelt In the outside brokers
but it has enlarged to sin h all evtetit and
business lit listed securities has beimuesn
dull that Slock Pvchaiigi members are
(lulling it wotlh their while In take a h ind
In it. Sevetal exchiiiigv firms have made
a specialty of trailing In outside oil shams
nnd a iiiimber of them have established
special departments for dealing In unli-led
sliates. 'I lie past vear or so has demon
strated that Hie Stuck I ii liatigi llrms
which deyntes Itself simplv In nccnnmiu
ilatlug Hie spcciilalnr on margin is at a
derided ilKnlv iintage in dull times
'itt tin: iini.iirn.H ir
K(iiipnienl itiitl CnHttlcral (Ui
Iliuuls, due 1!17
! MEXICAN CENTRAL RAILWAY
COMPANY, Ltd.
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wtlh ihr Irnns of th' Acrrrmrnt nf Nnle, tlalnl
lt April, IMi7. In iwrcn tbr Mi'aIcim I'tntrnl
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"I riivt I'.mijiJiru . 'rnitrr. (khhIh Ix-nrlnc tin fitl
I'tulnir rmmlirn, r
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
refined Continent,
can. Ill ii..
Prices follow. :
Ml
South Ametl-
Prev.
rlne
1n u
ID 77
Open- Huh- la,-' Cle. Pr'T
1115 eat eat lux rlnap
l..'b 1.--I4 1.' IS J" 1- -I
i. .i i. t: in u .'- 1. 1-'.
I.- "i i: .", n- pi I.-.:. l. in
il ; i: ni n ".i l. nt n 's,
ii ..I n :7 it M n :.7 n 4
March
Mar
Mir
V-i.-uat . .,
Ocinlr
l)namlr .
.Tanuar". ..
Did
The New Hi leans niarU't was strong
iftT the closlne hre. Prices for futures
thre w el e :
Mir.-h .
M-y
r
'. ,:ui
ill loher
Th Liverpool market was asler. spot
"on was easier nt fi.12d 3 points de
ne Siile.s,
v -nei i an : t ri
inn were American.
I. erpooI futures follow:
Open Jllih- I.n
inr eaf , a
Mai h pr s.;-,i j f '.; f :.i'
Mur 1 ai ' "' 'f " '
V . fi Wl'i b .'s
I V M bids to Liverpool weret Match,
. .-i Mm. 12 0:.'. .Inly. 11 S. The tnai--here
Is due to open tiwlay uhout tin-te-.
p... lecs.pts and stocks weie;
He I.jat
t-ipa yeiir
Wheat -.
Mav
Inly
SenlembT
Corn
May . .
,lulr
SeiitembT
tint.
Mav
July. .
Stptrmlier ,
f.ns. I'lo Prsv
New Vorlt wheat prices were
Opn Hltli I.OH-
HIS rt eat
Mar ",, d .
Caiuilian tofiuil
Mav
(tiler wheat in.uk, is
Oprn Hirn-
int
iniO bales.
eipts, U.000 bal
Including
f
do.
in
i.f-7
.sno
hlcli
lrev
i Ins-
I, '!-
t, "ill-.
f. .131 ,
Millft'atiOlla
Jnlv
I)u uth.
Mav
Julv . ..
winnmrr:
Mar
Jul)
Saw Orleina
a-i'.ali
iv n n;ioa
a.is
3 M
:-t
so
sr.
it
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31 43
,ai na.,
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4 1 :'-;
4; -
Hi .11.'
I.. 15
11, CI" S3 Ml 67D.W.2 1 0t,i.37.
teielpts. slilptnents and stneks
. at a
l.o .
11...
Its La .t
i eii,i, je.ir
J.ISI 11141
1 !")7
SJ2
HH
4l'l . ,
lllent stocks.
I..10I 131 "HI
"1
113
llli
3.111:1
lli
3"! USUI 12.3IJ
Katmialril
teielpts In-ilar.
II 10 1.-.WI
3..KW I'l l.tlH
HI vV
TH.II'l.
iM.isg
I.at
week
1.". JI4
:i sid
I. an
lear
Ul7 Ji
lus V.
73 7...'
"J7 ',,!
3i:i.71S
l.a-l
le.ir
Ik. 2.4
I0.S-,
veainn
s fli . Jill
l.mers In. luded: Mitchell. Wilson,
..-eis. Il.iiiinrn, (llfford, Llveiponl,
I.. Hwathiney,
-e,ie--s Si hill, lin ks. McL'nany. Par
'-.en but gee. Itlce, S'chb i
I'llTTnX MIT IIS
Wa'-o Tev . spot dealel' Wlotl I lick
"All Hie I ilk about pieparatliuis
1 a l.-ite is gii-ntlv i-vuggi-ratrd nf
1 -e thric nie a grout many sections
1 he Sti ii- where the fariin is arii be
I but th,s is the exiepllon and not
- nie Thev (in doing their wink its
1 ..s possible nnd witll two weeks" of
.oil w. ea ther I iniiHidii' the .Stale nf
as will be in fino shape for plant
ew Oileans fclred "ilnnd Inquiry for
1 1 Selling basis hetli r "
"' iiihl.. c.lied. "Weather beie ideal
' . 1 1 or. tii-cnrni-loiiH salisfi-torv
giisln, iil. wired ' Piepanitluiis' fm
1 . on an- fn.-lher advaincd than Ihey
. been in Ihtre H'.-lts "
M.ss-s W W. .iiirilaii S. Co nf Sn
a-i i,i in their liH.tf J-atl.v tepot
1 il,.- Sen Island culton crop, sav;
I him far this hcwsnil tho iiiIIIh hnv
-,i f, nun lutlett less Kca Island cot
o ii.,... tiicv took last .season ainl 17 mm
huh-, le.'.s than thev took dining Hu- sea -'..
in 1 1 If tin- lakiiiffn lioni 1 ow
"S-
si
W'l-'i
'.:.-
.'J'.-4
14", 5
JP.
3P, ,
34'.
eat fat int clna-a
s.-l, s., sin, s.i,
U 'It.i '.11, ll
"", S'i ksij sv
m r-.'i t.., r.i
;. .-4', Mi, ..1
!., .'.!. .'.4a
34i, 31 34 34,
.1l, 81 34 34
34V, 31 3 31U
Open- lllsh- Low Cloa
Pnrk in eat -ai m:
Mnv .... J ." Ji) .'.7 J) in 2 4V
Julv i :-o 3; ;ni7 21117
l.-tnl:
Mm in a-,.; 10 'o in; 10 ::.
.lult ... Ida.- 10.-, 1(177 ID 77
llll.a
Mai ... H77 10 vi in::, in 71 17:
July in 72 in 7-. 10 70 in 70 111 1.7
Sugar The taw sugar maiket ruled
firm, with trade fairly active. Prices
weie unchanged and centrifugal was
were um hanged nnd centrifugal was ipioti-d
at 3 54 cents for :. test Late csterdav
hit 1 ompanles teduccd their prices of rc
lli ed sugar " pomis to the basis nf 4 .In
1 ,-nt.s f..r line granulated This brings
all refiners upon the satre basis, th,- l,.!
er il and Arhuikhe having been taking
business at that prn e for the past time I
or four dav s
After having been dosed for several
months the National Sugar Helloing Com.
piinv's retlnctv nt Vonkers will resume
nprrattnns this week At the present
t'me there are 170 cetitrals grinding In
Cuba, which cnmpaics with 172 at the
satt-e time last ,-at The crop 111 the
island Is making gi.o.l pi ogress utuler
favorable i on,itlns
STEEL BAR BUYING.
I'llll.ltn I.I'lll 4. M ireh 1 The market
closed slightly leacllonnrv I ocs.1 issues,
desiiite the bullish msming on the Initial
In spit- of President liislloril - rens.iiniii. . trailing on the new Stuck I'.vi lialige, began
si itemi'til to the -tnckhnlilcrs nt tin' loin ,,.cllne Inward Hie mum hour, l'hlla
Prodlll Is Coinpuliv llmt the charge of moll- I -Iftii.i l.leelrle ilroiei ilo-.Ml to 22', oil
opoly was not siilistanilaied bv llgiin-s and M,Ml, ,v local houses Cambria Stel
his hopes that the stoi kholib-rs would not tll, rtvr f,..,t,ire of Hie dav and on
get unduly alarmed at the aition of lln- nl,(,,v , iiing of local Interests ailvnini-l
Coverntncnt and part with Ih-ir holdings , The denianil ceased ariiund 2 P M,
at less than Ihcir value then was again 1 ,, stol,. reacting to :.2'.. nt which ptlce
considerable selling of the sliarcs III veatet- j, f.(,s,. Traders ape.ireil tn lie taking
din's market 'lln prelerie.1 anhl dnv.11 1 ,,rot I nited St-Pes steel n as In snme
tn Rll'.. whiill is Hie lowest pm e loll, lied ,,.m,,n, ,il i-Ios,m s rung at 02' ,.
since rii anil lompiireu woo a i- 1 n siimmarv
a-i', tnin hed last fall '1 hecnniinon toin lieil 1
in',, is (Oiiipnred with ,1 high of 2'.",
1 1, 1 ohcr. Imt was still a little abov e th
l-l, n 1..i.la l.t.rln .lei-llrn.-lteil IV
will tie nal.l nt 110 ir cent ef their r.ir
value ,ini n. ertie.l Inn rest to June 1st, r.il3.
upon aiirn-niler tin renf with the imiivins
niatiirlng that date, it the nltir.. i.f Till.
Nt:V VOIIi; Tltt'ST COMI'AM, No 3L
f lron-1 Sinet. N.w York, on "r nfbi June
III. 11113 Intet.st on sil'l linmla will ciaae
..tl June 1t. 1513
Tin: ni:w viuu; tupst cdmpanm.
Rucnaanr to I'nntlnent.il Trust fnnipany ot
: ,1... ,l,,. r,t Vnw Vnrk Truatee
llv 11 V VlDllsr., s.rrtiry.
rehruary 2Mb. 113
NOTUT.
llfivnns. I iih.i. Mnreh t. 11U1.
tn rnmpllance wlih the resolution nilnpteil bv
the KliK-klnilih r 111 (lenrrill Mcetlliir. nonce ia
herihy given to linlders ot henrer lertineiitcs nt
the 1'111AN PIlltTS I'tlMPVNV lli.11 llii-V "lio'llil
rail nt the (utlcea nt the iimpiiiili .No ss lliilitinn
Stni t. Ilnvna.(iiliii In onlcr tn register In tlirlr
own twinie mnl eirlinnce the prccnt henrer rertl-
ncfttes tnr otners laatieu 111 inc nnme ni in. -.
tliiri-nf. It tiling iinilrratooil that. In onlcr to
evcrclse the riant grouted to aiwui lioldrra n
rcranla voiliic nt the tnirtlnirs nml eolleetlnii or
illvlilenila. Il sholl he a prevlniis requisite to n-
rliollttcnll tientcr cerllllcnics tnr noinin-invi
( 1 II 11 l lll(l I 1, ,11 I , 1
II IT.TPIl cioni:,
(ienrral Secretary
1 12 212 XII 412 SA2 r.2l T.V4 W) nil
1 It "."47 311 42 M.I fats 7VI w.l v:a
11:. 2M :in: 17s tn r,v.i 771 10.11 n,7
! I'll 277 37S -ill Mm r,a., 77.1 Hi; HCnS
j 2117 31c sv, r,ni (tn -32 si; kh tvi
last
low
of IM2 lint tin prererreii raiiieu ipine
sharplv after the early lliiililation wnsnver
and left i.n at a net rail nf but ', id 1 per
cent .' that It may he that Mr Ib-dropl'"
cheerful words In regard 10 the company's
ule may not have fallen altogether upon
deaf ears
The t B. .1 41. Securities.
Some :ni.(i worth id Hall linnre and
(lino 4', per cent convertible bonds sold
when issued" nt .', and 11.V. I he ptu-e
v,i unchanged from list week and np
pmetitlv i- not aft.-cteil bv the Tin t that there
n mt a possibtlilv that the bonds mav not
be readv for delivery bv December I. J'-'C
m which event the roinpativ has agreed
in r.sleem the fu1! paid recelpls at par and
. i-rueil inieresi
Moment.
. '
17S
I'l
eai
V".
1.0 1
eat
Hi.
mii. n
llecelpts rftld exports w'ere
Wheit r.irn
Ilei-lpta -Interior
l.xporta- s-eanoanl
hi'ini-r.ta Interior
lleii-itiia -New- VorK.
i:vpnrts-Ntw York
Cat load wheal 1
points were ;
Chica.o
MllltielPnlla
liuliith . .
Wllllllie.
I'loa
ins
si'.
Ml.
Cloa
in:
W,
c!'
us
7i,
!".
I rev
lllae
Piev
IOe
V".
Iiiiplement
ItnUers llrtler
rtlliintlf tea.
I.n rue
in,
l.ia-.-, onn
170 oon
316 mm
11' wn
"a tHW
eielpts at
Olla
1 nVi.laiO 7-7 ai
.'Ih (SMI
r.t.nm
1-.. HOD
.'. . .ow
Ihe pi '
llal Ha)
CI OHO
Total!
Cash
blislne
Yeater l.ial ,ait
tl.i wick vear
, 12 v 1-
. 47li aTS 3.V,
tu r, 1 .11
, s; m. "i 1
971 I ,.- 1 .'17
timrketH were easier, with small
1. Cash prices yesterdnv were
When! No 1 Northern at Minneapolis,
sr.r : No I Northern spring f o I), to ar
rive. SI fini, , No. 2 ted winter f o b to
ntrlve, $1.11; No 2 bard f 11. b. tu iirilve,
'100, No. 1 Manitoba f n b to artive,
SlOil'-j. Corn -No 2 lelluvv c. I f. r;ill.
!l-c , expnit. f o. b, Iilif Mats -.n
white, :i!!'r . No :i while. 3Si- . sliind-
nrds, :iSlo. live- No. 2 Ueslein c 1 f
lluffnlo, ili'.c. Ilarlev - MiillliiK, c I f
Murrain, .".sc
l-'iuur vv.-is Mend., vvitb sinall business
I'lour prices weie Spring putt-Ms, 14 T'.
tu Ifi.illl in lianels, winter stt!iii;hts, It i'.ii
to 14. Sj; spring cleats. 11 :.i tu 11 tr..
Kansas straights, JI2ri lo II. Mi In xn k.
World's wheat evpnits r.ete f I , u -1 1 f-1 ) :
Atnrriea
Arseiitmu
Iluasiii. .
India . .
ilailtllie
Viiatrahit
oilier countries
Past
week
4 .'.' HMO
:, Via iHTal
I I''. n-"l
Ml lam
.'411 IIO'I
1.344 I'-'l
1".. ma)
Piev Ifnia
w eek
3 lli.H'l
1, l)'.s..i, el
'i:il, 0.al
.'Cfi .aai
ijii fal
1 .'tl, lual
l.-o msj
l.al
1 .ir
3,i.4.'aa) !
1 r.7i. inn)
1 :ii4 1'0
I 1IJ4 Ha)
I'V I IHH
1 Irhl.lM'-l
ITl. lalO
Meel bars have been in great demand
reii-titlv, with iniphuieiit makers placing
nrdets tin tla-in r.,i delii.-nes throiigh tl.e
test of 1111,1 and f..r the tlr-t months of inn,
elllie the steel 1 olnpallil-s have ols-ucd lll.-lr
books for neit v eat 's buamcss 'I lie lav 01
11 hie crop outlook has alreadv been shown
for winter grains mid a large planting is
looked for this spring, as Hie ground is m
excellent condition s ,1 result makers
ol agnciillur.il inuihiiierv and Itnplcnn-iiis
are alieadv pieparing for .1 busy season
and have placed inaiiv- orders with steel
mills leictitlv HiiMlig bv- tailroails has
also continued In fair volume, hut with
pmilui turn at a verv high late tliete are
inaiiv Indicatioiis that new business will
run behind slilptnents again this month.
with another decrease in unfilled touting,.
111 sight for Manli Shipments bv the
Steel 1 ortioralloli and pr.ictuallv nil of the
independents have been at the heaviest
rate In the history of the inibisttv for some
lime I hi Is due not nnlv In the heav v lal.
of produitioii that has been maintained
but also to the open winter, wluili has tin di
lated shipping Willi sui h large deliveries
011 business booked at good puces the out
look foi earnings is unproved
ihe uiliviiv at I liicagn Is the gtealeat
ot that nt any ol the steel making centtes
and new business hooked there has been
better than at 1'ittalnng and other places
( hicago mills have had orders lor siruc
t urals, plates ami )ur In en-ess or capai it v,
white spe. itb atlntis broke all teuitils in
I'cbpuirv
steel nulls have been suffeting riuui a
ahuitage ill labol all duiing the Wllltel,
nhicll piolllises to 1 olltlllUe tiirnugli the
spmur gents l..r steel companit.s luive
been looking all over tlie country lor XV, 11I
jble men
Ihe Peiinsv Iv am 1 ll.iilioad will Imilil
I7n lot oinotives and .wn passenger coin hes
in its own shops, winch will be all that will
he made this vear mulct present plans
Open
lug
7n',
1(IJ'
it',
It'a
.12
lllsh.
eal
4.
Ml,
II'.
12' 1
Totals l4.3r.'.M'C)
Wntld'H coin e.-sporta were.
P.lH I'levloua
week wee'e
3.7'H 'l "I '.' '.70.IKI.1
74s Ulfl .M.i.lliai
IIOfHai mm
17 null 1 .0 mnl
Culled Mule'
r.eillllia....
Itii-aa
ll.llllll'e
IS.432.00O 1-l.lf.s.o.el
bail
vear
I -.04 isil
1 4..; iH,.l
1 n.oiu
4.711; ii-io .1 3.i i"i
"l"
iv 1 c 1 thu
I s uld
Uoi'.uiV
oil ul the Hci'inii mil," 1'ipial ttioe'-,
a's ago tic total 1 o'isiiiiipl.oii
ii-.n h nl.nu' 1.7 ll'UI bales Wnni
cntioii of 1 lie sea inn 01 i ""i 1
l,)p VV e 1.1, ....i.sU nairs
I,,. 11 e ulli-Bt CfillMlllliptlon
nuht iiineteen .veare. Aesuiii-
Totala
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS,
I. oonl Police lliirlacl Hinder on
I'livtiriilile l'orclli)i dlees
flood Premise In Islbli- sup.
,,.flifii-ntr llcporlliig f
silica.
Inn spouse to In ttr-r cables fiiun r.ueign
-, ntii-H. the Intnl inlfce ni.iikel open.-il
sli adv wsteplu.v nioriillig. tiltliougli tiinl
.14 was oulel lllilneilllltl I', following the
.a?! lliitml PlI.'I'S wen- "I to II po'i IN
liipiicr than lit the close on Sub, 1 dav .-n
sonic local c-ovcilliK and nlso some trade
buying, with tcatterrd tailtltiK fur outaldr
PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
V sHIIIN'iTi IN Mil nh 3 The pnl. 1,
,lf l.l of I lie I'nlle.l M .tea iii.i.rillnii 1.. a
statement Issue. I !.i .Ii.- I.v tlie Tienaiir,
lleparllllelll lln 1,-uae.l (lt.'llll33 illlthlg III,'
llllllltll nf Cl-lil 11.11 V . 11 1 st Til,' lieht leas
i-aah In Hie Treaauiv nun II 04,f0-.v..l le
1 apllul.lle.t na fnllnwa-
llilereat hearing ill-lit 1303 70H i'10
Debt 1111 wlih h Inti'iesl has
1 ense.t l.r.77 tr-o
Debt bearing no Imerrat ... 37r,.ICO,.ll
The i.iah III the Treasim Is untile 101 of
Ihe following Ileum
IILSIlltVi: CCND.
ii.,1.1 1 nl II fill. I bllllioil tl-'O OOO.ObO
Itl'.PP.MI'Tlll.N KI ND.
II, .1.1 . ..In . . il.04.M3V II,-.
1I.-J 331.H00
siilvf-r ilntUrs an. I lnillliiti.
liLNHIIAI, 1'UNli.
Cet tilled 1 he' k gnbl colli, llUll-
li.n mnl . i-rttlli uiea,
sliver ibiil.ira. biilllini ami iei-
illh.il. s
liilleil Clalea nines
National bank nnifs
1 it tier assets
It, national hank
SI 13 70U. Mil
'1 he Psj chologlcnl
'lh professionnl and semi-professional
peculator make a gieat ilea' of wha t thev
call the psvcholoBii.il moment 1 in es. ,
senlial point ill their operations Is to catch
4 maiket wmg and in stay wiin 11 as uuig j
as iioasitile .-a.uur.1liv 1111 .11,-1. - ,
brought In bear mi this one ipiostuni 01 ,
market iiidgmeiit. for it means matiy ponns
in pruflts whether a man gets in neat- tie
start nf a move nun geis 11111 as n.-ai m.- -
end Hut lor the permanent investor a;
.-w points difference on wav or another 1
is really a minor cotismerii'ii-n "n-n nr
wants Is to aouuire talid.ird diviili-nd
paying securities when thev lite ilieap
He wants a good, steadv retutn on his
inoliev. a lair degtee of secuntv for invest- j
nient and tin polenlialilv of a good adviinie
in the course of time Ihe permanent
investor, if be i teasijiiabie about "uch (
things, does not strive to hnv at Hie very
bottom or sell at the very mp He knows
1l1.1t that Is don.' nnlv bv incident and he I
leaves it lo others to attempt lo goes, the
market closely
4, Unralloii nf I '. 1 1. u ,-t I e.
Ihe verv diniciiltv of the task lie under
takes make- It inevitable that the ptnles
siniial simulator should often fail In judge
aught and either miss" his market or
ovcrstav ' it. l or sonn weeks past the
Il11.1111i.il dl-trht lias linen oil Hie qui vivc
lor signs ol a 1 haiige In the teudenev id the
inaikei It has been couiliioii talk in
s"l.lalive 1 ircles that the etellt of the
tall In lubes sinie last 1 nil was coiiaidei
alileain! that some n-coveiv was inevitable
sooner or later Hut nppateiitlv a lot
id people, who wete ot tlie opinion 111,11
the lift line liiid teallv been lallwr over
done, were lesli.iineil limn going in and
buying stinks nt last week's low level
simplv Is'ciime thev ate sliiklers lor mar
ket eti.ii.-lle. It is Ihe traditional thing
with them tu f-vpeit every well behaved
slock maiket to tliiiali mi a pioloiiged
downwind movement wlih one dav of
lug iiuiisiiciinns and violent drops in pi ices
s.inii, tif II I pie would prnb-
ablv be animseil il pliies slioiild leally
stmt upwind without giving llieui notin'
In Hie 1 ustoinai eliurpdip
l'ebriinr llecord of "ule,
h lar ns the average daily volume nl
p inhascs mid sales on 111') Hour id lln
Mock rxchaiigi' was lutiferueil 1 iiiniar
was an even wnre inontli for Hie brokers
than .laniiai'V, which itself was vvoise
than iiii pievious uumili suite .liinc and
.lulv id P.112. 1111111 wilh a passion for
siiiliatus and a little patieiue (.iiuld ptob
ably easily enougli llgiirn out about what
Ihe average eainlnus nf the Stock l.i-
I lialigo broker would lie. on lb" basis of
the teiiiul of sales, ami thoieliy lonviuiu
himself lha' no d them cnuld possibly
be anvwhete near p.ivlin. eviiaes, even
II lie vvcie only in cupving desk iniiiu sonie
wheie and had nevt lo tin nverhnad f huigns.
llul calcillalluiiH based nn anv sui h llgnics
would nli inn sc hi.-111II1 iiloiis.
Put 1 i-ara mid I, run I run.
Snlea
pai AninJ;itnite.l
:,v IsiLfiiln pf
fr.3 I'nn-tirln Mri I
21u Corn Prisl
no rice Mior imt
llal I rle 2a :,
120 lien Vanlmll t c
23 Cen athnll pf
4 n Intertioro
12.VI KrVstnnr iel.
22.i Lake .Siitierlor
22 l.l Ii V.l I ley
,V4i l.cli V.vl I runs t c
121 I ch ill Trans pf
11 Lrh Nv
12 l rh Nav t c.
M Mini tl I II . .
loo N .V;
2al I'l ntiav Ivntlla
12 I'enn Sail
2n 1'riin Merl pf
31.'. PhllnCo ...
.'. Phlla Co pf
14K. Phlla i:iec. .
2.', P it T
l.V 11 P II 1' t e .
lata i'otiApnli
2402 Ti.nniiJih Pel
3S.V) llcaillng .. "A ft P.
31 I'll '1 rnctlnn . . .vo
tal 1- Ci I Vlij
laiin 1' steel ni
4.1 W C A S .s 50
20 nrl. lt 13
l.ow -eat
inn.
Ml,
10',
f'toa
Ing 7l'la
till'.
!sl,
In
311',
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in
401 ,
41',
23'.
12
in
7.1',
l 4
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31
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Ill
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23',
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41.
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sal,
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HONlis
fl.Vl 1' A 1 4a
ll.HI IUiwimmI lis
llal llarrlann .'.a.
7Vi bit Male 4a
la.ai hcv stone .Is
nam is h Val cien 4a
.Vain I'lill.l Co Con As
nun Phlla Clec as
la.io It ,V J C 4s. .
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311
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
tun i,. 1 March 3 'Ihe market ills
pl.iv.-il an advancing ticud. with trailing
' liioie general. Svvilt ,v Co. Montgomery
Wan! preferted, s,.nrs-lnibiuk, llllniii
, It r 1 l and Chicago Hallways seconds show
lug the greatest gains ' ho lietternient
I was due tn Improved conditions In New
1 York. Iiond market steady. The sum
111,1 rv
Open
S'llea Hit
.aai Aiuei lean ("an ::6i.
Cat American Can pi 1.41,
I.. A III Tel A Tel 13.,
;. Ilontli Kiati inin s',i,
4 4 "hi Pneumatic Toil 41 : "i
'."10 fill Ity Series . J3',
I'l Chi Till" & T -D".i,
Hi' I'liin Proil It fg 1.'
I'ai Diainoiiil Mai. h in.
is.'. Illinnia llntk ten,
-.'al Nat llia.-.nlt f'OIll llfcl,
.'. Nat Carbon com II"
!. Pub styles 11 r .s.t,
I ' Pah sen H-e t 0111 . all
'0 (Juiikcr Oats com .-70
vnaker Oats pf 1117
4:-o Sears Iloi-hnck isim '.iai
'.it Ssllt Si Co pill',
ti Mitilebiker 3:'i
4"', I" S s,, nun CI
vi C Itiihher 1111,
1: I'll C.irlaile l;
si Montsiius Waul pf lo:,
:n tjoiiui 1, ti . tot,
IIOND
tli'un Aniioiir i 'al',
llai-i I'lin aau Hy ,'.a vn,
wi.i litv lly : .ji,
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hive been ilravMi by lot for redemption bv- ihe
itnilrralgiif.fi In the presence of Itolllti II. Fisher,
Nolaty I'nblle. nml that the snme atiniil.l be
pri-sciit.-il fur p.15 mcnt at pnr nn.l accrmsl lalcreal
nl Hie ottlcc nf eltlicr the uld ( ninny i ruai Com.
pan.. Host. in. !aau lups-ita. il:e rerrnrarrllr
iiinn,-l.-s lie Mexico. 2.1 llroail Street, New
Vnrk. or Mi vara, l.lyn. Mills, Currtr A Cotnpinj
f,7 laiinhnril trl t. liinlnti. I ' . on or aftc
tat prll. pm:i. .in which ilair Interest on S.1I1I
builds will ccpae
OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY, Trustee.
111. Jl 1.1C.S It U AKKI'IKI.D, Vlri-Itrailrnt
CoiuitcrvUncil
llOl.l.lN II l lslirit. Notary Public
lloaloti.
laillilou.
March 4. 11)13.
THE BOSTON MARKET.
ItnsTii.. Manli n The strong T ondon
market had a favorable efleft on (he local
board, the average of twenty prominent
uppers advancing one fi. 11 point. 1 riming
tlirnuKhnut th" sesslnn was fairly active, j
I he most conspicuous advances were 1
Minieek, Pi Calumet and rlona, 2' 111-
titnet and llec.i, C: t opper Itange. "inni;
1-divulcnd. 1'. leuts, l'.: Last mute.
; (.ranliv. 1',. and Shpeiior. I-. Out-
ille ol tin copper s-i 1'llties tliete nete
tin issues snowing am giciu snens...
viept Unite ami Su'rior, vvhlrii galiu-fi '
',. American Telephone nnd 4,tnerlcan
inc were acliv and I nlteii 1 run ctept
up 2 more points.
The summary.
Kt Kt'TIHNS AND MI-ETINOS
lli:illl. I'JILII SII.CI. I tllCPDH V I ION.
NOIK'I- fl' CKillll! IVM'II. Ml I'TINl! OF
STUCKIIIlLDI'ltS.
Th" I Ichlli Annual Mi cling ot the Stockholders
of lii-llil.-lieni Steel c'orporiiilou will be held al Ils
nrlniipil nrtlrc No 7'"l ltroad Street. Newark
S'rw Jcrscv. on Tiira-lav Anrll I. llilll, at 12
. o'clock tinon. for the following purpoars; tn to
I fleet four iltrirtnrs in serve for 11 term of three
ienrs: i2) to cnuatdrr and vote upon the ap.
I prnvnl and ratification of all action ot the Hoard
of Iilrcctora. I'seriitlve Cotntnliti-e and nfl'.ccrs
of the ("nrporstlon since ihe Si-vrulh Annual
Meelll.g of Its atnrkliolilera. tie PI on April 2, IUI2.
ami i.1 1.1 t-atisari aarh nihcr Imsltit-ss as may
propcrl. rnlne In fore sal.l met ting.
'I he bonks for ihr transfer of shares nf the rap
llal stock of the eoriKiraiiiiu. hoih piclcrrcit and
ciiliilii.m. will l.c closfal at I o clock l M nn Mnn
la. March 10. pill, and will hi: uol'iiieil nt I'l
o'clock A M oil Weihicailaii. April 2 ID13.
Newark. New Jrracv . l fliruirv 2 ini.i
II II .lii.M'S.
IIONlis
Open- lllcll- Low- Cloa.
Illg est. est lug
a . Sli, S7I, S7I, S7'j
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Vagilnat llus there
ii.hl teiltlliales
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mil reserve
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vv ere oiitalailillng
II lis." Ilia li.o
lil'i :t." 1 omi
Leaving: an
balanci f
avuilahle cash
I lungs iu Wall Slieet have mil tcilly
coine to anv snili di-spolali' pns us might
In- imagined Judging simply I rom the 1, 1 1 1
'ol sales I veil line wiin lias In-i-n in llm I
I business long icalies licit tlieio 1110 lat
! ears ami lean veins II is lenllv' verv
icui II like Hie little Uill HI Hie song who
when ah,, was gn.ni was icl.v. veiv gouil
ai iv I she was bad. was hoi nil (If
ionise, some of Ihe lllins lli.ll did iill.clior-
I nti ins sn-culatlve liusineas 111 Hio last big
tltT.03C.Oa public clK-ulutiUU ul lUDO-HHJl and liaU
: onn
1
1 nil Ollil 0110
lp
3i, i, hea l. In. Iinllng 47 cars fur the market
Sti-,-i attlve a ii.l luviSc. higher
IiiiIN and cnvvH slow 10 lie lower; the
.fi v. ere sliuut cleared. Common
inline stl(.i, bnl, at 16 2.1 If 1 9 tl'l per 100
Ilia. oven ami Hsiia at 1.1.-' u 17
ni-lfels al f...',0ll 111 7S . laws at 13 r.Oaj H 00
hulls at I .. 4i 1 11 7f. ; 1 estr.i fat hull a
17 .in linss.d beef lii fair dfinaiul and
si-ail 10 liriu at ton 13r. per III. for naiive
sl'l.-s . ii'ul'iiic for Texas bei f. No exports
of eatile nr sheep from this port to-y
Hi-nip's of calves for uvo days were
..u4 head. Iiuliidlitg .'.IPO litad for th
market The demand was active and prbt
su.idy 1.) alrong. with taium inlea nf t imi.-
lit'v.-a llliih.-r. Tin pena wore cle.ii.Ml C,ini
ill. ill lo prlnie it-uls sold at I l.f-O 01 1 1 . .'i0
per lln) tin . fholie bits lip In 113, i nils
at IHit Is, i.irlliiga and Iwniiyar.l calves
ot 14 ..0 a II,. llri-aard iillvcs were stcfulv
lu tlroi at laulSc far i ll drcsai-U
vrsla. 1 1 n. m to,-, fur country fiicn-eu.
Iti-irlptM nf stif-op and lulllhs fur two ,tas
sen- r. jjv head, uicliidlng ' cars fur the
m.irkei. f In ep were eiruiiK: lainns loiiui,
lilKher. the Iinilii'il unrrniKii wen all taken.
Ciiillllou to i in lire slu i P sold at 14 ", '. 'a
Is .10 per lllO lha., culla lit I44ll4.i0.
ii.nrtii.il In prion- limbs at Isii l'.i 30
, nils at 17 ",0 Hrrsaed million si,.ul a'
!4f10l,. p. r lb Willi lll.llie w.-llll-ra c-
.eiil'ug uuni it loin, iltcaaed 1. nulls in 1.1
III... h-.g dreaaeii 1.'. . lullllltv ,r.-.,e.
ll.illliniai l.l nibs str.nlv III 1'Mi Is pf r far. las
1 1-. el pi s of b.iifs for two dais w.-rc ll oi,7
h.-ii-l in lulling I oi"i f'" ihe in,. i
l-rlirs win, higher wnii reportnt sales in
I'l liti pi 2ti per 100 lha. rniisln at ITSOu
h Country .1 ii-amd lioca steady at Vti
12 i,o. fir Ik.
2iai m T A T I
Itll. I T A T 4','
Kl f II A k it I
h.n S fnt V or
,i,l Nat Itva 5
Hi'i West T A T
MININCi STOCKS
Mrt rl7 Con "i 3s 3',
psl Mgonish 1, I j I 'a
22 Ahmeek n "i'l .""I
41., Ailventuie 1 I 3'-
IV. V1101IC7. . . . 37', 3slj 371,
2I.VI nial Til 71", To
135 Amer Zinc 2'il, 3H1. -It-
.-, Host A I'otli f' ' 1
II", lliltte llalak . 2". 3 2-,
lllis llulte A Sup 32 31 X"
I'd Cal A Art ivi f-l', f-'-"i
44 Cal A llccl.l too 4H Jl
12.. Centennial I4i, b 14',
:Vi fhlno Copper 4'i 4'i. .lie,
-7f. t fit-iier ItHtiec" 4.'.', 47 C,
ills Cast Unite 121 13' , 12'.
75 i.lroux Cons
lo-.n ilrsiiby Cona
135 tiicriii-Cananea
725 llar.r.s k Coils
in.'. Indiana
sa I C CimI
425 Nie Hoyale
30 Keweenaw
loon ijike Cons
2.1 Maaon Vallej
Tin Maa tona
f.2 Franklin
20 Inspn Con .
2o Kerr t-ake .
2.1 La vi He
r. Miami ,
7.1U Majilnwer i''
pal Mohan k . -vi
5 1 Nevada Cons 1,',
Hi New Arcadian Si.
in Nl.ssliur.. s.,
245 Nor I.hUp I1,
17 in Norlli liiillr 27',
um Obilhway.. 2',
735 Old Colon, M . i'i
sn Old lo mlnhm 4.1
lim Osceola lai.
501 Potld I't'-ek 23',
70 Oullll-l Mill ''I
135 Hay Coll . ..II'
Hal Santa I c I'i
410 .shannon. IP a
i.i Slinttucl. A Arb 25
ion st Mark' M I. . xi
47n Siinrrlor 2s' ,
tn Super A Pos . 4
lii Tamarack.. . 32
in Trinity ';)
una I. s smell. 3n',
ffo I S smelt pf. .. si,
,vvi I toll A pel 2
;.,7 I tah Con .H'
7.1 1 lllll Copper... , 1'J
lii Vlciorla.. . I',
2.1 Inoiia 2',
1st W till eitlie OS
pm U illidiillr 1
HMI.IIOVI) SI
7.1 Mchlson
-.-( Ileal A Albany
f,t Huston Ll
0.1 Hnaion Ll rts Y
12 IbMou A Mnlnt
s Chi .let pf
:m riu li pf
2.1 Villas I II c
.11 Mass Lire pf Mi
r.s New Haven
'.' fllil Ciilonv 11 It
so Pullman
315 Wcsl Lad
1 Weal I'lld pi
MlSt'l.
.VI Vinoskrag pf.
,vi Am Ag Clieni
35 Am At Chcia p
270 Alll I'liell
IO Alll I'nril 2d pf
liij , in Sinrar
17 Am Sinrai pt
1144 Am T A T
is m Wool pf
I". Iiiisiiin pi
5 I'dlaim I li'i
si Hen I'll c
;'7 Mass Has
I Moss (las pt
1 MrFlwalnc lat
1(1 Mcv T A T
Vil ,N I" T A T .
Ill llcrfe II Hole
71 Swift A Co
2 Torrliiirlon
ins'.i Pulled Frnll
M Culled Shoe
222.1 1" S Slecl.
-n 1' s Slecl nf
"."ii Culled Slim" pf
25 Wcsl i'iiioii
Secietary
()llt L IS HLHI'ICi till l' that Ihr Annual
Meeting of tin' StiifUiulilcis of tin HtonMj. II
llorouch Has t otnpan lor 'In- election of illric
tors for the ensuing car will he held l.l the nitut
of the ( tiuip.uii . Com. Ishui.l i auk lliillillng,
ioiie Islanil.Ni-w lorK n cw Ion,, on 1'uis
liai, March isth, 1:113. al iwelvc u ctocl; noon
CLA1TIIN I" 11 TT Sec'y
lllMIILMls AND 1NTI:KKs)T.
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W. S. BARST0W & COMPANY, Inc.
f ,) l v S i I, Ni IA Ilk
I THE GENERAL GAS & ELECTRIC CO.
I a i.n, I flniiary 21, inn.
i ll-e l),si-il of I'bc. i..ra ,.f Ihe i.cnerai i.as A
j i l.ieciru-f i.iepanv u.t-. no in. nitnuu oi,-i,-k.i
. ' , . . ... ...... , II. i, .....
- i inr u'li'i i..!, i ..... ii., ... i ...v nti.. i
I I l ent on lis prefi rn-d slock, paahlc April I. 1U1.I,
3s I in sairkhoillf rs tif n-coril at the cioc ut hualticss
7P, Monti i. 1U1.I
:o,l Ihe transfer hooks of the preferred stuck will ho
f. , closed nl tin- ciosc ot liusineas March 2o. 1013. and
:i I rem, en nt 111 11 M Mull 2. llll.'l
I (i l l.IMI.NT SWI NSiiN Treasurer
V! 1 l. V 14)1. Is. si. I'll 1. .1
s v I l.l "all:, ha c : ci . tn.
Mli'in spoils, Januar-, 27. 1011,
1)11 IIICM) Ml. till
The Hoard ol 111 tnrs have this dav declared
out of the surplus earnings ot Hu- i alendar j car
liil2a.ftnl anniialtllv lilruil of '1 hn c niidoiir half
per cent '3'.' o'i the I'refert.d Suitk anil a
Mini nnnii.il dividend of Three and one half per
cent 'Ji,..' on ihe fon-niiin Slock pavahle tint
of l he surplus cam lugs fur il-.c f '.'lien lar ear 11)11,
bolli lilvklinils in he paid vpill l.l 1 '.nn to Stork
holders of Itctord at :t P M . Marrli 20. mis
I. l'l'NMNC'lllN. I'lc-sldl-nt
C W WI'PSTLIt. seirct.in
AMI'.ltlCA.N 4 til NI) l"4)t NDItV CH.
New lork. M.vich 3. 1U13.
I'ltl'FFHIII't) i'M'11'11 sum (v
l)l IDI'NI) NH. .V)
illvlilend of one and ihr plotters per cenl.
il',",i on the I'lifiiinl su. ik of tills Company
his this flay hern declared. paahle 'I ucsilay.
n, April I. IHI.i to stocsiituueis nr rccoru at ttir
ti' ' closr ot business 'lucsiiaii . M.ucli 11, 1913. Checks
.. ' will be mailed hy tin- (iiiaranty "Irust Company
"al I id sew 1 orK
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21ll 210 2111 210 -
Ills', llisi, losi, Kisi,
P IU7I, IO?!, HIP, UI7'-.-
(11 III 111 in
lll.l 10.1 10.1 101
HU', HU', till HU
nn, ma, to1, 10',
a 71.', 7'j 70' i 701,
l.'rt', l'.'O' j 125', 125',
171 171 171 174
I.Vl', IMC, Ll'l 111
7S 7si, 7s 7sl,
117 H7 07 l'7
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21', 21', 214, Jl,
111). 11.1 IIP, II.'.
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132', 13.1 1.12', 133
7s'i 7s) 7sl, 7s',
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l.l l.l I'l III
III III III III
pf 1112 PC l.'ll 1U2
3', .'!', 31, 3',
153 I VI 151 ltt
l.V, I.V, 1.1', LII,
lisp, ion), nml. Km,
271, 27', 271, 27 t 1
171 173 171 173
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pis ins 111s lus
I 211 21 2S VM
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AIICIIIC'N 4'Alt AND POt'MHtV I'O.
New Ynrk. March J, IU13,
l ll.MMON CAPITAL .STOCK
lllVIDLND NO 42
dividend or onc-lmlf per cenl ii'i on Hio
I'liiiiiniin Slock of ihist'ompanii lias nils ita been
ilffl.iitd. paiabkiTUf s.lay, April 1, lull in stnek-hnl.li-is
... I'oioul at the clfi.- or business Tues
tln . Man It II IWl.t. i lii clts will he nialleii hy
Hu- (. um. nib Trust Company of New Vnrk
! W VI l II Kil'll. S. S l)i: LAND,
I sirrctary. Treasurer.
Tin: in:LAAitr. X hciisio.n iiimimm'
New totk, Fell 25lh, 1015.
ipioin-llv illvl.lt ml of 1H(I AND UNIl
, C1 AJtl'I'll ''."' j PI It ( LNT on the capital
stock of this fiiiiipauy will ho paid nt Ihcorncfl nf
the Coiiipanv, 32 Nassau .Street, In lilts city, on
and after 'I'liuradaj , March 20, IUI'1, to Sioci.'
! Iioldt-rs of rrrortl at rlnsr of husln.-as to-day,
llv urtlrr ot tl.r Ho.uil of Monsters.
CIIAHI.HS A. W VLKI.ll, Ttcasurrr,
I
vi-11 soiii.- niivsir i-itiii'VM.
M-vv luru. 1 enruarv .... una
illvldeml of 'leu Dollars per share has bien
Uecluicil on Hu' Capllal Mini, of lids Collliaiy
pajahlc prll 11. lull, to stoikholders uf rrrtinl
at Ihr close nf luielncas Man ll -.1. 1UI3
Ail cutoniuiilcatliiiis irgardlng pavment or
change of address shuiitd In- sv-ni to Mr J It.
Cast, sslsia.nl Si-i u-tart . not later than April
1. in.3
i,l'uH(,i: fllLsFlllli). s-ccrelary
iii:ni4 an itciri sriiiii ciiiipam.
I'ltl'l l 1111121) S-IOCK IIIVIDHNI) NO .M ,
32 Nassau Slrccl. New Volk. 5larcll 3d, lull
A llcgnllir Uiiaricrli Dlvlilcnil No. .1.11 of ()ae
and one halt Per Cent on lln- Prifcricd Stock
uf lids sompaav lias been declared, pawilile-o.-Atirlllst,
iul.1. 10 1'rcfcri cd Slock holdcrsorrcitnl
at il'c close of h. slncss March l.llh, 1UI3 r
Clicipua Will be mailed
1 JtHIN 1 TI'i KLH. Trcasuret.
Fx dividend
Cl'ltll STOCKS,
Alaska (lobl
Iliilirulla
Ili.aiun CI)'- ,
Unite Central
Calaveras
Chief Cutis
llavla-UllV .
First .National
ilnlillleld Con ,
l.t Hose Cons
Maiesth
M.-xIciin McihIs
Nivinla Dollgl.l.
Sew llallb
I lllll!
iincco
Haven ,'
IlhoUe Island ( 041. , ,
South Lake. .
Un Vrrde Exteuelon..
CI.OSIN'C, PHICKH
Hid. Asked
141,
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III!'. I UK VC.II ,11 NCI KIN It V II WA1S
VMI I NIIIN Sllll'k 1 Vltlls I II.
the Hoard or Directors of Una 1 ump.my hove.
fiei-Pircd a ipnllcrlj illvldind o f I j -.. oil ine
Prt'firicU Sloes, nan iptaricny totn.t-iu.a t..
on the c iiiiinicu diock. p nun- 111, si-i..
1st lill.l. Ul Bliicsina.n 1 s ot inniiini ... 1 ,.,c ...
business 011 wcihicsila.. Manli 121I1. 1IU3 1
Jersey CD) . N. J-. Marci nh. 'tuts ' '
" 'March 3, litis.
At niei llng nt Dlrrctors held In lanidnii to-tlay,
It was ilcclilcil to pay 1111 Inlctlin dividend of .'t,
licr cent ft ci of Income Tax oil Uiu Ordinary
lhaics on March 31st. 101.1 Whilst Ihe progress
ut Hu- hualncsa Is unite satlsfarlory Hu- liniuctllate
cns.igcnituts or the conipany lender 11 roiisetva
t ve pollcv with rctaiil to liitcrlin dlv dctirts nc
slrable Transfers received In onlcr In laindon
un 10 Man li '."iitli will he In lime In he p.issnl lr
,',n.iWllM.'Hl-vN,'n;.!.
" THE CUBAN PORTS COMPANY "
(COMPANIA DE LOS PUERTOS DE CUUA)
A dividend of one per cent, has been dcrlarrd
to this company, pai aide April 1st. IIH3 rran.
fcr books oprn from March 22d to March Slat,
Haled Havana, March 1, 11)13.
IT.IHtlV A HASICItN IttllMA V JL
llv onlcr ol llw Hoard or 'ilrcctorh ot. tl ll
Conipany, I tun ri;n v i.-v 1
I NTI IIF.NT will he
iiald lnlls Inconio Mnrtgatii Iliuuls at Ihe iilllcfi
J,f Messrs. J. !' Morgan A. Co.. New 1 ork. on April
i.i. 1013. unnn surrender or Clll'PON No. 33, due
that day. MILTON a. DAllUUIt. Trenaurw.

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