Newspaper Page Text
THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913.
11 COTTON DECLINES TO NEW LOW LEVELS I'orcnonn Wreak CmtIph All New ('pop Deliveries HpIow J 1 Cent Mark. -0 AdOHKSSIVK MY1XO lleile Selling ly South West ern Jtelt Weather Still Unfavorable. New crop rotton prices declined yester iLty to the lowest levels recorded since the start of the downward movement In augurated In the latter pnrt of July. All n ft op deliveries closed well below tlie 11 cent mark, and January sold at 11.7!, the lowest prlco en record for the presmt roi tract. The decline was not severe, net losses ranging from 4 to points, but the market acted 111 a tired, listless fashion In spite of developments that ordinarily would bo expected to sustain a steady tone. At a few sections In Texas there wrrc showers, but scarcely sufficient to warrant confidence that the crop would .how a startling Improvement as a result i f them. At many Important points In ry.is ami Oklahoma, moreover, prac t,.-nllv no rain lias vet fallen and private eroi-ts continue of a very pessimistic character The uniformity of favorable eastern hlt i fports wan broken by advices from OeotgU suylng that the crop In that itate hue sustained heavy damage, but these re ports were not taken very seriously, Inas much as weather conditions In that terri tory havo for some time been entirely fit vorablo to crop progress. Hedge sell I UK by the South was a con siderable weight on the market nnd off set the relatively slender bulng, most of which came from the shorts. The market opened 1 to 4 points higher, but from that level there was an early decline of from 7 to 10 points on local and Southern railing. At the decline, trading became rather dull, and throughout the remainder of the session prices showed a narrow price range, although there was a few points tally from the low level. A report by the Census Hureau on the upply and distribution of cotton placed the July consumption at S6.,I6 running hates, against 4fi.".r14 bales consumed In .Tune. The report Indicates that consump tion by American mills for the season amounts to about ."..SOO.OOU bales, a new lil.h record. Cotton on hand on July 31 was apportioned as follows: July 51, June 20. 1913. 1313. Tn manuf acturlnz establish. meiitK ..... ... 1.033.5H l.SOCKr? In warehouses 410.951 611.519 Oilier statistics follow: July, 1913. June, 111J. Import lin equivalent MO t'ouml bales 9,94 e-.'S Kxport iln running balci 1(0,710 333 31 Active pimii 3a.o::,iai m.ooi.iio Ppot cotton was quiet. 10 points lower: middling uplands, li sle. ; middling Uulf. II l.'.c. Kpot cotton In the principal Southern markets was generally un changed; New Orleans. 11 Sc: Memphis. 114: Savannah. Uttc; Norfolk. 11 c; Augusta, He.: at. Louis, lie. - Frlct-B were: Open. High- Low. Clot- Prer. Itiz. est. et. ins ilose. Auruat 11.57 11.67 II. It It. I It.M Oitnber lt.0.1 11.03 to 93 10.95 v 10.VO' Is-eembrr.... low lo.ss io.ki ion ivu J Miliary 10 3 10.S3 10.72 10.74 March 10.91 lo.M ioj3 lo.M Mav . 10 1M 10 94 10 1 10 . teller Is looked for In the drought dis tricts of the Southwest. Kvldencn Is accumulating that enor mous losses In the corn yield will be shown In the big surplus producing States, be cause of barren stalks. Severe heat I nt the time the tassel was unrolling pre vented many stalks from putting forth shouts, as the tassel was badly burned. Kqually Important losses from poor fertili zation und filling enme from the above causes and from the deficient subsoil mois ture. It Is noticeable that the biggest losses from barren stalks are In the best corn producing sections. Exceptions pre vail where localities have had pRnty or moisture. With the exception of Kansas and Mat tered sections of other Stutcs, the corn belt was pretty well wet flown, and It now looks as If the matter of further deteri oration Is past for a period at least, If not on tho crop. Cash corn W offered a little more rreeiy In the country, althought It was said here this week that Kansas City was bidding for corn at points all around Chicago. The trade In corn futures has gone largely out of September and over Into the other months because of the congestion now to be seen In the first named future. The present price for corn has cut off the demand. Sales at Chicago and other Western points have been quite small from day to day. There Is no export business, as Importing countries are be ing supplied by Argentina with cheaper corn. Chicago price : GOSSIP OF WALL STREET. THE STEEL MARKET. A .civ Mpecntatlve Leader. Southern Pacific this week haa taken a place with tho active speculative lead ers usually known as the "lllg Kour," and from appearances will oc cupy that position for some time yet. Kor months past speculation In Southern raclflo has been paralyzed by the large amount of new stock overhanging the market This week dealings In the stock have been heavier than those In any Issue on the list except Steel and Heading. Almost every variety of spec ulative transaction, now goes on In the stock or In tho certificates. Thero Is also an active market for the "rights. Further ITIci- Concessions Thought Prnlmlilr by the Trade, The principal factors which are oper THE CURB MARKET. The tone of the curb market via a vari able yesterday. Triers maintained a fair degree of steadiness, but trading was tight, the lightest It has l en for sev- atlng against an advance In steel prices ci nt days, .Many or the iis-ii il favorites nre unfavorable crop reports and the be- ' were entirely iftglcrtcd. I'nlted Clg.ir lief that the steel Industry will experience Stores common held to the last closing ! PIIIL.vDLI.I'HI.V II K sTATKMKNT. I I'HII.ADKLrttl A BANK STATEMENT. The Girard National Bank PHILADELPHIA B mm, an active margei ror me rigms gteel, TnM0 reductions have been made, s-u ubbiuii nousu managers are women n g Wheat : September. December. . May Corn: September. December.. Mar Oata: September. Perember.. May Open. With in. e. . KH-'i 7 , MVS M . '.- MM . 7!'4-73U 74 . ru-.-Ul, SIS , 9-H 69'i Low. eat. 8 ?S 4 Cloa- Prer. ma. cloie. 47 H MS oh Mi 73 7 4V4 SO t-p 7 44V, MV 904 eat. Ml, 9v'4 MV, m 1 MV MS 3S eat. 94 s 9W, Ctoa- Prer. Ins. ilnse, 9P 94S, 9V, 91", 9SS 9Mi M'a 95V, ISS Mi 'li MS Clot- Prar. Int. close. 41 i:4 414, 41H 4H 441, 4IS 44 4V, 44S 47-H 47U 4, 4'4 47S New York wheat prices: Open- Hlt-h. Low int. September ., .. !t' ueTinner. . :"" CanaiHan bonued: November .. .. Other wheat markets were: Open- itltli- Low Mlnnespoiia: inn. en. en September MT, December i May... KVa Duiuin: September. December.. Mar Winnipeg: October tH- December MV May MVa Ilccelpts and exports were: Wheat. Corn. Oata Reeeipla-New York... :3.ooo K.OOO 94.000 Elnnrla-New York... 193.0O) 1.000 (.COO Receipts-Interior ....I.U1.000 jsn.ooo 1.I30.WO Export s-Seaboard ... 947,000 5.000 6.000 Carlot wheat receipts at Northwest ern nolnts were: Yeater- Last Lart ilar- eek. year. Ch i-mn 401 i Minneapolis 131 Diilulh 3ii VYimilpes ' 7 US 90S WS MS 93', s MS US 0 MS MS IT.". : 7 lo.t: 10 10 Tolala I4 470 1 Cash markets were strong. Cash prices follow: Wheat No. 1 Northirn spring to arrive f. o. h., Ssc. : No. 2 red winter to arrive f. o. b.. p.',c. No. 2 bard f. o. b. to arrive. 96'Tic No. t Manitoba f. o. b. to arrive. l.03Vi Corn No. 2 yellow c I. f. rail. alVc. exnort f. o. b.. 81'ic. Oats No. white. 4So. ; No. S white. 46 He ; stand white. 444Sc : No. 3 white. 46'c. : stand arils. 4rii.jSf46c. Hye No. 2 Western p. I. f. New York. 6SVjC. Flour was ..a., ,L Vlmir MFlrN follnW ! SlirlnK patents. $4.70fi 3.2 j : new straights to arrive. . lift $4.35 : Kansas straights In sacks. $4.201 14.30. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. $ toffee Prices Close From Points HlKher. Coffee closed ateady yesterday, S to 18 nolnts higher than on the previous day. The market opened at a decline from 1 to 8 nolnts on but slight changes In the 10 is 1 cables from Havre aim uamourg. nrH I zlllan interior markets were unchanged nut Snnios imures were rutiiui 11111. -i. The weather at .San I'aulo vvas better. which restrained the lear element from working for lower pi lees, as frost ddin- H i.vi'ige to the ci op had been feared for sev- ll.oi 1 er.il das. There wan also switching from the near to the distant months to avoid deliveries, which operated against an advance. He. ceints were heavy, totalling 232.000 baus Prev. i.lo II. CI 11.01 more foreign competition under the Under wood bill than previously. With lower prices there has been little Increased buying of steel products, and It Is believed that further concessions will havo to be mode, before large orders appear. Concessions of about $2 11 ton are being made In steel plates and the same concessions obtain In structural to atuth by Inquiries from cue tomers who want It explained to them wny sucn and sucn an operation in the rights," the certificates or the stock, or perhaps Involving nil three nt once, anouia not be a Profitable one. It Is said that the certificates ure .now being old short, even a tsilnt below parity. on the ground that thero Is no crowded loan market to fear as In the case of a short ealo of the stock. A Standing- Invitation. The speculative possibilities contained In the disparity between the prlco of Southern Pacific stock nnd the price of the certificates arc too obvious to escape notice, but thero Is little or no attempt to take advantage of it. The very good reason discourages tho transaction. That is the difficulty of borrowing Southern Pacific In the loan crowd. Since tho cer tificates began to be traded In they have ruled about 1 per cent, below the stock. This difference continues because an ac tive arbitrage between tho two Is pre vented by tho likelihood of It being neces sary to pay a premium for a loan of Southern 1'acltlc. If the certificates wero "good delivery" against short sates of the stock the prices of the two would be brought together Inimodlatcl). One thing which would undoubtedly have the effect of putting the prlco of tho certlrlcates on a par with the old stock Is a general move on the part of Southern Paclfio stockholders to convert their stock Into the certificates. The advantage of this operation with prices ruling at their present level Is obvious. By making a transfer from the stock to the certificates the holder of Southern Pacific would not alter hi Investment In the least and would make about 1 per cent, on the said, because of tho slackened de maud for Now York builders. The steel situation abroad, particularly In aermany, which lias lens than two thirds the capacity of this country, Is de pressed and gives Indications. of continu ing so. The Southern Iron market appears to have established Itself pretty thoroughly at $11 nnd it la very difficult to secure any tiling under that Probably the only ones who do are accepting an ordinary grade of pig Iron. No furnace company Is quoting under $11, and shipments are unusually heavy. The yards are empty ing nt a rapid rate and accumulations are disappearing In a wholesale manner. It Is understood that total stocks of 200,000 ton.i have already receded to 1 50.000 tons. The decrease In the output during July was not as great as was expected. In fact It was onjy 3,000 tons under that of June, the July output for Alabama being 160.S64) tons and that of June lR3,52fi. Under the brightening aspect of the mar ket It 1s scarcely likely that there will be any further decrease In the output. The production of pig Iron In Alabama thus far this year far exreeds any prior record and It appears certain that the year's output will come very near to ..onn.oiio toni. The coal mines of Alabama ar mi usually busy for this season of the year. it is ill men it to hoar or any which are not working every day. It Is already assured that the output for the first half of the year has been In excess of any other, and If there Is no car famine this fall the record for the last six months win be equally good. Coke Is strong, both as to furnace and foundry. The furnace output Is self. reflating, there being very little for sale above what the manufacturing companies transaction. But this profit will probably Lthemselvea consume In Iron plants. disappear as soon as the operation be comes popular. Reaction In gteel. The net loss of 1 point shown by Steel common at the close was the largeat re corded since the long advance began two months ago and was one of the few such declines that have occurred 011 this remarkable rise. The upward movement, therefore, not only made no headway yesterday, but the stock actually lost ground perceptibly for the ilrst time. The Furnace ooke Is selling at $2.75 tn $3.25 per ton. and foundry coke at from $3.50 10 ji .j. The pipe manufacturers are more op timistic than they have been for some time, but still do not report any very large orders. However, they are In clined to believe that the municipal bond market will be easier In the near future. Meanwhile manufacture Is normal and numerous small orders take up the out put of most yhops. An interesting Item In the furnse field was the purchase of the soIf.fluNilng Iron oro properties of the Kelf-Kluxltig nrlen of SO throughout the session and 1I1 ve oped more ael vity limn any 01 me others on the Industrial Uxl, Standard Oil of New Jersey advanced nolnts to 380 under IlKht selling. H ' was the exception, for most of the list either was fractionally Irregular or went tlitough the session with prices un-1 changed. There were ti.000 of the New voru, P.ew Haven and Hartford rights nail, il In I and the closing price reinuln-d at 2s,, the closing nuntHtloii tor v efinesnav. . There Were 2,".0.00rt more of the New llnveii ilibeiiture s marketed, with a closing prleo of 107 , the equal of the last closing. The mining list was Irregular ann noi overactive. Arizona Belmont wae up 2 points to 29 with 16,000 shares sold. lira den Copper eased off H to ;. Canadian Hold .Silver dropped 2 points to 23 under sales of 6.C70 shares, Transactions in detail in tne maraei yesterday were as follows ; Open lttrh- Low. rin- R!m. Iiu. et et. ins lSivw Anr. nclnionl 3 Al.vUn Hold Mlnea. is llradcn Coppr . 70) lilt Kour 4-vi Jlntlsh-Am Tob. loo llrttlili Col Cop.. 100 Crown Reaerve... M70 Can Oold Silver. 7100 Mr Con 400 Ooldfleld Cona... 1S0O Miunbo Extrn... looo Kerr Lako 100O La Roue :r Moroni of Am nw 4. S 4S inm M0KI11 I) S Mln... 1 13-14 1 13-14 li M Msnhat Trans... f,oi N V N II A II 11 J PuebU S i It ir- SIiumI Oil of N J lo Stewart . .. t Toll Pio.lj pt. . 31 'Ton Mcrner lwi Ton Mln of Ner. M0 Ton Ktlen ItM Unl Cltar Store... V 3,U9 Lt lc Heat 400 West End Con. 110 WHlra-Overland ...S3 1309 West End Krten... r BOSD3. $1000 DKTU notes... 95't 30U0 N Y City 411 IW,. MS 4000 K Y Cttr 4Vi 194.'.. MS 3M0O0 N Y N II t 11 eonr deb w 1 107S ' 5v IS . :t US s a4j 3M 19 s 3 . 3', IV :i 1 1 Ml IS 13 KS SS 3 7 14 3S 3 f. 14 5 f.-14 IS IS 1 9-16 IS 12 1! -'4 4S IS is I". IS 7 18 : f 14 IS i 1 1 c. .is .17,, 31 37.1 IS IS 14 V7 K 7 73 73 73 4S i'i S 3 3-14 3 3-14 3S W l ..1 3.14 1 3-11 1 3-11 1 3-14 francts ft. Reeves Richard f Austin Don lei llauKh fieorte 17. llartnl Hodman II. f!rlcom W Kreilerlck Unvdrr DIRKIKIIIS. J. Mauran Rhode. Ilnbert Toland Mmon R, Plelher Wm. Kewbold r.ly Morris t Clothier John firlbbf I Oeorge MeFsdden Francis n, Reeve, Jr, Wm, w. t'ratier, Jr. (leerre D. Roaencsrten Clarence M. Clark ltorallo a, Lloyd ieore F.. Shaw Statement as of August 9, 1013. Loans RESOURCES and Invest ments $35,065,621.08 Due from Banks ... 5.908.212.36 Exchange for Clear ing House 682.218.06 Cash and Reserve . . . 8,726,783.47 $48,382,834.97 LIABILITIES Capital $2,000,000.00 Surplus and Net Profits 5.171.970.64 Circulation 1.076,902.50 Deposits 40.133.961.83 $48,382,834.97 rUVM'IS II. IIKttvr. rresnient. Itl( IIVttl) I.. At SUV. Vlre-I'res. .MIMKPII "AIM:, .in.. Vice-President I. T. 11.111 IISIICIJI, V Ire-Pres. and ('ashler. 4'HAH. M. ASIIIU.V Assi. ('ashler. ( HAItl I S V. WKiNAI.1., Assistant rainier. NATIONAL HANK bTATEM KNTS. 3.'l IS 7 73 4S !S 6:', v.'i ws ws (3 I ',S 351, 4:S Mi, 107S Sella rent per share. CTJBB STOCKS CLOSING. Yesterday. Wednesday. Hid Afl.r.1. Hid Askril. nl4llv Mill, u.1,11. Wall Ulr..t tt....ft,Att accustomwl to new' price levels Is testl- ' Ore Company by the Standard Steel. The fled to again by the run of speculative gossip about fuel common. Steel at S4U looks very wink as compared with the same stock nt fifin. and yet It might be considered to present the appearance of pronounced strength when compared with the high price of 64 on Monday. The succeeding low levels on every reactton of this kind are nlao the top prices of a few hours past, but because they have ticcn surpassed they have lost their power of stimulating bullish sentiment. Bid. The New Orleans nmrl.et vvas steady after the closing here. Prices there were: Open- llish- Low, Clo. . Ins.- est. et int: Anr list. .. 11.39 11.33 II 3S II I'l October 11.03 11 04 10 :il .M Perember. .. 11. oo 11. 03 io.ki w wt January .... 11.01 11.01 low Bid. TK tlv.miinl t,ii,rkt truk at.lll. Knflt cotton was In fair demand:' middlings Hat the four ports, against 1S1.00" last point lower at C.lld. Kstlmated sales, , j ear. t',000 bales. Trices at Liverpool were: Open- Hljh- Low. Clo- lrev. inc. eM. eat. In:. clove. Aur -Sept.. .0 oo; nor, i..07'a net. -Nov... r.4 r.34 r,n s.nt t.n life .Jan. .. f..V S 4S 0.4 f. 44 h.1 11 A. M. bids at Liverpool were: Au- guM. 11.53; October, 10.94 : January, 7. The market there Is due to open to-day point higher to 2.i points 'ivver. I'ort receipts and stocks were: Re. Last Shin. feint year. ment. Sfto.-Ua 3..MI i.i': n; 113 (,lvelmi , Orlcana. V4llMll ... rhrlettou. Norfolk ... Wilmnirlon Vohile 1,313 1 3s 14 3JW1 10 K.tiO 13.TH 1.713 l.i:s .lv7 :,I33 Last ear. 3J.9H", M.it: i.vvs 3,o.;i 13.0-JI 333 V.U1 Interior receipts, shipments and stocks were; Rr. Laat Shin. Lt elil. year. mem. Sto.-k. .vrar. Ilnuiion Memphis. . .Vucimta. i Louis. .. Link lloek i-slvf.ion ew Orlean , 33 133 3,439 ir. 3,'.t 1S.MI Ml iill 1,140 Katimated port receipt to dir. , 6,300 1 o li. 300 M to 100 Laat week. 3.074 413 1,417 ,,3.1 17,iv3 (:,! 3.437 Last year.' 4.317 341 THE GRAIN MARKETS. tV heat Prices Advance In Sympathy With IH-tter Cash Nltantlon. Wheat was fairly steady yesterday and closed from to ;C higher on light of ferings. Prices were nrm at me, atari on rong cables and gained from .s to Tic. 'luring the forenoon. There were later ncesMons. but the tone was better throughout than on the day before. There vvas n decrease in Northwestern took and the delay in ploughing In the winter wheat belt because of hot weather a regarded as a factor of some Im ports uce. There was considerable shlft- iie from the September to December op tion by a large elevator concern. He- i.l!t,fi U'orn ,rtMHlilPI,l,H' lurffer tliail for , , I.... .. . 1.... 11,.,, urts nlwn ft 1 ,iai,i lank ei, uui " .v.. -- rger export movement than In 1912, and I ie cash situation reflected Improvement. I'orn closed with prices practically un i hanged fiom the previous day. Prices were lower at the opening on weak cables ,i ml on news of rains in Illinois and Indiana. This was offset In part by reports of dry, hot weather In the Southwest, The cash 'u.itkm was strong, although receipts The Havre market opened 'v franc higher and closed n, franc higher. Hani burg started to 1 U pfennig higher and finished unchanged to pfennig higher. Hlo No. was unchanged at 01300. At Santos No. T was unchanged at 4S350, while No. ,4 -there syas also unchanged at 56.10. Hlo and Santos receipts to talled 90,000 bags, agulnst 56.000 hHKy lust year. Sao Paulo had 711,000 bags, against f.3,000 bags last year, and Jnn diahy 67,000, against EI, 000. New York and New Orleans warehouse deliveries of Brazil coffee on Wednesday totalled I9,13ii bags. Kor the three das of the week deliveries amounted to IJ.3S0 bans. Prices were. Auiusl September... Ortotwr November... December.... January February Msreh April May June Julr i-'alea totalled 86,000 bags. Provisions were weaks Cash pork was steady: mess. :33J.B0; family, :4.B0 4i:il. Cash beif was steady; packet, )19(jS0: family, S20WI21. Cash lard was weak; prime Western, $11.46; re fined Continent, $11. 0; South American, I12.no. Chicago prices were: High A MlKnlflrant Move. It has been considered n reason to doubt the stability of the rise In Steel common because while It has been mount ing to new high levels in sensational fashion the preferred stock has barely moved. The fact Is tl.at a notable rise in the preferred preceded that In the common. In the early stages of tho pres ent movement when the market was still In slack water there was evidence of steady accumulation of Steel preferred, sending the price up from 10'-' '-j tn 108. This movement was not understood at the time. It vvns commented upon sev- i eral times as a rather curious feature and then foigotten. Its full significance has b.guu to dawn on the financial com munity now that Indications of big buy- 1 lug of Steel common have made It an- I parent also that the past two months has witnessed an Important change or opin ion regarding the outlook for the Steel stocks, and. moreover, a change of opin ion which lias not been solely influenced by the rise In price Itself. inner company nas neeoeil gowl ore properties, nnd Indications arc that the company has secured what It most needed. 1 he general Industrial output Is on the Increase, and will make great strides as soon us a bountiful cotton crop comes In. PUBLIC UTILITIES. The Southern Utilities Cempnnv rspnrt gross earnings for June. 1313, of !7,i:7. The net earning for the same month utra t:..U0 and the surplu after charges 113,403, The Calgnry Power Company of Canada report groas earning for the seven month ended July SI, 111. of 1137.391 Tli g,iss earning for th same months of 1!H: were SI3.33S. There was also an Increase In the net earnings for the nmi period of 33 ntr cent., or SIMM. v llradra Cop llrlilsh Am Tob . . . British Col Corner.. . Glrnut Greene Cananes Kerr Lake . . 1j Hose . Lehigh Valley Coal .. MaMin Valley Manhattan Transit Marronl ot Am new N V.N II A. II rt Mplsslng Mlnii . . . South l'ac rft of Int.... Tobacco Prod pt tin Clear S t' of Am .. ., Yukon Culd '-' , HON11S. II UTS", notes ... y,', Chicago I I 5s , NVNII4H condeb4wl JUT' 107S Ill'.POItT f)i' TUP. CONDITION Of TUB CHASE NATIONAL IANK c.f the City of Neve York, at New York. In the Suite of New ork. at tho close of buslnesi August u. 1U13: nUiOl'RCKS. 1 oars ami discount SS3.9M.MO.il overdrafts, secured 3. .135 l I S bonds lo M'Ciitc elrrulatlon, (Vi.mixo t ! bonds in M-eure r H. deposits Munnu I'leU II. I' s un I' - IIOTKIH... bonds, weiiiitles. Ae ELECTION AND MKETINOft. llohde ltultiftl line fain notlonol bunks mot irserie OKVIlts' Iiue from Stiito and private banks anil nsnkers. trusl com. lMtiiks and sAvlnrs banks Clircks and other rash liens.. Kvrhunirrs for Clear Inc House. .. Notes of other national banks Krartlunal paper cur rency, nickels acd itnts... Ijiwfiil money reserve In bank. Ir.: Sls'Cle. icai-ienocr noic... S3.137.lt0 77 1,733X147,71 14,1390 4.S7443S.I3 44 .2 30.00 3.J3I.28 3431.071.00 0,017.4.11.(0 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY Mine i. to MiAKKiioi.nr.i!.-). The Thlrty-eeixind Annual (.eneral lleetlng of the Miarcholdera of thin Company for the elceilon of lllreeior lo take the places of the rrilruig filreeiors. and for the transaction of business generally, w 111 lie held on Wednesday, Hie first day of October licit, at tho principal olilce of I ho lonipuny. at Montreal, at Twelve o clock noon. The Common Klock 1 rn!J"er Hooks will lie closed In Monlri'Hl. 'i.w nrb hi.,i tiiin,, . I l, si ir.T.M.i io ' r" xr ",lrv'"n or Aiimst. The mil imr lIMJ.K IH.UU. Will OO I'lUSril ill UJOQOI1 nt the same time. All books win rie. re -opened on Thursday, the second day of October. by order of the Hoard, w. II. MAKr.it. secretary. Montreal. Aurust 11th. 1CI3. 37.3nl..tnl W l.i.'.ijsaj oo Owing to the deaihof the President. Mr. Welling S. Kaitenbseh. a special treetlr.c ot the Directors of the Kaltenbach ft bullock Co., Inc., of .New York and Trenton, N. J., waa rold nt Trenton, N. J.. August 13th. IMS. and the following officers elected. Edward L. Dullock President Frederick P. Kattenharh...Vlre-Prea. and Treaa. H. P. MrGrnry... Secretary niviDKNns anp interest. 4l.894.06o.55 33.600 00 343.OU0UU MJ r,', f.', 0"s 3.', :;ii 1 3 :'li ss I I Pa t's P. r,v 7 v I I 3'j .15-1 3 7-10 34 3 514 3!, 2H :'i :io ipo so) i, 7 C,4 7 Pv 1'4 Pi l4 4I4 4' 4 3'. 3 7-10 3 5-14 IS, H ti s', 11 i4 iit' ni m's S7 M'i M'a , S' !( SJ Vl e5.flno.min no &.OU.1HHSJ 5.O0H.OI1 01 i.vi.noui) i Western l'ac is. wy 1 tt", 1071, 71) Pi's lo7'4 0 4 Popnlnr Vfnse. on nil sides the reaction In the stock An assessment of $s a share on the 100.000 share, of capital tork of the Oak land Antloeh nnd Kastern llnllwav Company has been called bv the luxril of dlrecinrs for the pun has of additional equipment. The 3S.O0O shares of th Oakland anil Antl oeh lUllwiiv I'ompany. a nili-l.lUr)- uf the 0kland, Antloeh and l.'aslern. will , assessed lift a share to prevent tha minority sin. khohiers of the undertime cuuip.uo heneltlni; In the assessment nri the Mock of ihe eontrolllnc eompanv without nniklng any rniitrltiuttoii toward the new equipment. The Oakland. Antloeh and Eastern lullway I'ntniiany owns all hut 500 sluire, of the stuck of the Oakland and AntloOi l(allu.iy Com pany. The Pacific Oas and Klectrlc Company reports the larsett huslness In Its hlsum. The rroes earnings for the first six months of IM3 showeii an Inereas of SsSO.tii over the arors for tha st months ended June 30, liit;. The report estimates Unit the cross liiereaee for 1913 ner 191 2 slioiilil reeli 11.350.000 If It continues at the present market is welcomed as the best thing that role. The nln In net earnings for the s.ime could possibly liappeii. and especially !'1rl", II5.3I In spite of tho i..i,i. by ,,! profession"! traders oil the honr l!ed Vftlk'."!? tLVllVi and p"r of the exchnnge. who have been unable department. The strike Increased the to uiiderBtiind th recent rise at all. A operating epnnr Ji.'.v.si:. nnd this. t,.. monotonous: unwaril . march of nrlcea l I ?"hr.r "".h H" ltrrrit'T 'barges nui rriiy popular Willi iiroieHsionai wail Htreet. Kor one tlilti(r suspicion attaches Huh- Iiw. Sale., est. est. Closlmr. I SIU3.M 14.750 9 00 I3 SSMIfl.tl O'io'J.U ! 1'iTiS 31 11500 .t0 Mi S:l31 9 33119.44 9.41l9.50 ,750 3 t.J 45 .ttl.m ... .4ff.4 H.ono .79 9.M Jfi.70 . S.7S4).'S 10,000 .77 P.74T9.;9 to a long continued movement In either direction which none of the usual ex planations seems to account for. It l pronounced artificial even If it is, as a matter of fart, the moat natural develop. ment In the world, and speculation is dis couraged. The professional prefers fluctu ations, and plenty of them. Direct price movements on a small volume of dealings don't give him n trading chance. To most people, therefore, the stock market has become n nioro "natural" affair with tho appearance of reactionary tendencies and It Is believed that the setback will lead to u healthy broadening of the business. FINANCIAL NOTES. Pork : September, January,... I.ard: September, October.... Rib: September. October. . Open In. . s.ss . 11.47 30.50 11.(7 10.15-90 10.97 10.93-11 11.03 MI. et. 30 33 110 10.45 10.95 CI st ing. 30.50 11.4 Prer. cloe. 30.35 1S.7I 10 97 11.00 11.03-05 11.07 10.70-5 19.K 10.47 10.43 10.83 10.00-3 10.77 10.IH 10.75 10.1) Sugar There Is no change In the mar ket for raw, which la quiet at 4.70c. Th market Is steady Spot holds, firm at 1.73c. NO ATLANTIC CITY AT TANGIER. Company Bark of Seaside Resort la Flnanclral Trouble. A dan to make a second Atlantic City ot a tract fronting on the ocean near Urookhaven, L. I., ended yesterday wneii wero fairly large. This cosh atrengtn Is i involuntary bankruptcy petition was xpectvd to continue until the threshing , n,j against the Tangier Development ' oats begins. In the early trading corn nrices receded to 'ic, but thfs eariy t"s was nearly nil recovered before the i 'using. O.its started easier and reacted In sym pathy with corn. Thero was a light cash 'leninnd and the price range waa narrow. Pi .ecu at th close were on a level within Uiose of the day before. . O. K. Lyle wired: "Conditions In north ern Illinois point to an average crop. Kalna Iwvo been sufllclent to carry It to maturity. I'Hsturuge good." Durln,: the pait rive lays Minneapolis stocks decreased 900,000 bushels. Tho official estimate of the Mas kstehewon wheat crop Is 125,500,000 bushels, against 107,100,600 bushels In 1912. The estimate of the oats crop la 1-'l, 400,000 bushel, against 107,000,000 ushela in 1911. Hloomlngton, III., wired: "late rains have caused marked Improve ment In appearance of corn In thla ec tlon and cooler weather haa halted dam ige. Drlnllng rain this morning." Weather predictions are rain In Iowa and northern nilnola to th Ohio Valley and mine rains In tho Canadian Northest. No Company, selling agents for the Tangier Manor Corporation. The assets are placed at sr. oon and the liabilities at lio.oon. The manor company gave wide pub licity to its scheme for a high class sea aide resort. Out few lota were sold, according to Kremer tt Leavitt, attorneys for the pe tltlonlnsr creditors. The claims filed are for the most part those of employees and laborers. Powder Co. Usui 49ood Year. The Hercules Powder Company, one of the offshoots of the Ou Pont Powder Company, as the result of Its dissolution renorted yesterday a very successful first halt year, ended June to. The gross was l3,t3I.4St. Net after all deductions was 1681.207 and the amount available .for dividends on ihe rommon stock was f 451, 107. In sis months therefore th com n.nv has earned 7.06 per cent, on Its 11.600.000 common stock, a yearly rate of mora than 14 per cent llerhert L. Jones, formerly wllh t'Jnlee Rarrell & Co. and Ha) den Stone a Cn . haa associated himself with Chlahnlm A Chap man, i uroanway, aa manassr or the Investment department of that firm. Jamea .1. Hill returned vssterdav from a athtlng trip Application has heu made tn the New York Htmk Kxchanre by the Mexican Petro. leuni Company, Ltd., of Delaware, to list 13.000.000 ten yonr 4 per cent, nrst lien end rtiuno n( ainsinr rund Ponds, ssrlea r due In 1931. .Tame C. Itocerson. Hansom N. Keik. flelsrh and Kdwln-!'. Campbsll have been elected members of ths New tftock Exchange, DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT. i WASHINGTON. Alls. 11. -The statement of Ihe reeeipl and pay warrant of the Treaa or y allows: Yetterday, Till month. Fiscal year. Receipts tl.77,r7( I33.4II.S33 IX5.754.34II l'ay warrant 3,5u.59.i :o,970,s, 94.414,543 or the six months of StSs.iM. ..ni-e.i leereas In the halanre after rharses uppll ra1,le to dividends of 15.03 over the halanie for '.tie flret half of Islr. A speelal metlng of stotkholdera of the Pacllle liaa and Klectrlc Comtiuny has been set for Heptemher lo, at whlrh lime the slnrklioldera are expeited to ratify the Issue of $7,000,000 of per cent, collateral trust notes matiirliiK .Tune 3, 1914. As soon as this Iseue Is authorised w York hankers lire prepareu io nuy j4.&oi.noii or tnem. ami the California Railroad Commission has al ready approved the Issue. The Like Hhor Elertrle Italia sy si stem reports yrose earnluK for June, 1913, of 137.570. an Increase of l.!5ii over th gross for June, 1913. There waa n ilerreasn tn the surplus after i turgea of 3.sna. for the aam month. The arose for the fltst six month of 1913 shoued un Increase of 119, ZM over th arose for the nrst six months of 1913. but the surplus after eharges showed a decrease of Ss,r..'5. The Lake Hiiro Klerlrle Hallway sjelem rem prlaea the Lake Hhore Klerlrle Hallway the Lorain Mlreet Hallway and the Kan dusky, Fremont and Houthern Hallway. The Illinois Traction Company will be admitted to membership In the Illinois Km shl Committee Association on r"eptm her I. This Is said tn lie the Mr. I time that a traction company haa neen admiiteii to memiieramp in a rate making inminna Hon of steam railroads. Th Illinois Trai Hun Company will participate In all tariffs Issued hy the association, establishing Joint rates for the traction company with tho team raiiroaa or Illinois. BUSINESS TROUBLES. Perldt 1441,119 lt,4M,M3 fl1.ni.3M The rarelnta from enatoma yesterday svera Sl.477,774; from Internal revenue, ordinary, $914.. 404; corporation tax. 13,753, and miscellaneous. ssn.M. national pans note received lor re demption. 11,741,191. The cash statement of ihe United Stales Treasurer for Aururt 13 sbo; GENERAL FUND. Gold rein Oold certlftcsle surer dollar Silver certificate HnltMl Statea note Certified check on banks National bank note Ch In Treasury in national dooxs Available calk. In Treasury A bonks Deduct current iianume $34,345,417 9.I9,3M 7,331. Jt 14.030.31 4,733,1s.' 754,151 17 54H.3I1 l3.459,i79 40.194.114 353.4.-,13 144.r..'.".3 104,193,133 33,974,310 130,149,373 Free balance la Treasury and banks Other Treasury asset (net). Net balence in general fund RBSXhVb fund. Oold coin and bullion IIM,000,090 TRUST FUND. To redeem outstanding certificates.. $1.514. 113. til Or end total cash assets In Treasury. 3,415,313,711 RAILROAD EARNINGS, Chicago Or..t wesurn. Month of August,, 1I49,TSS Inc. I3.l From July 1 1,450,407 Inc. 111,409 Laulavlll end Nahvllle: First rk Auauit ll.ltl.140 Inc. 147.11 Le"rem July 1 4,017,305 Inc. 441,411 mfAttii ann i in in First wtsk Auguat 1331.417 Inc. 110,03 From July 1 1.1IM1I Ine. ll,i:t THE BOSTON MARKET. ItosTO.v. Aug. H. Trading w;is gen erally quiet throughout the session. Stinks closed Irregular. Hutte nnd Superior was an tarly weak feature. declining 1 ' to 'J7. It closed at 27. n loss of only '-. Islam! riek ("n.il pie ferred ileellnul 1 nmi Ahiskn Hold used off I. to 1S, Millie (juincy advanced 1 Cnliloriilii nmi Ilei'la was u etiong fen- Hue, nilvnui lug to 4 1.', a cam of ill nmi a leeoviry of IT points from the iiar'K lov..t of 31',"., made luot vv, ek. Mav Mower nilvaticed is tn !'.- Itoston and Maine ptefetreil made a new low record bv selling nt 0!' i Provide ti e ami WoretaPr It.illro.iil sold at L'31U, olT ,T, froin ptevt oilh e.ili. This Is tho lowest tor a pel toil covering nt least seventeen years, with the e.eeptlon of I f ti s , when It sold at. low ah ex illvidemi. I'nloti Pacltli' rlKllts wire In good demand. New Hiivin rlglitsi wire much les nctive. The summary: nONDS Open- Ili.-h- l.n Co.. liede mptlon fund with P. .S, Treas urer (., .. or rircuiationi . Due from P s. Treasurer Total . . 113t.33S.v73 il l.I.vniLITIUS. Capital stock paid In Sui plus fund t 'ml.vldcd profits, less expense and 1aes paid . Natun.nl bank notes outstanding. . Hue to uthrr nailunal lisnks 134,734.173 93 me to auiie ana pri vate panto, ana Ljukcts. . Hue to trust companies and savings henks . Dividend unpaid. Individual deposits subject to check , Demand icrtltlc.vtes of deposit Certltled checVrs , , cashier s checks out sUitldlnc 1,173.4304 V.9M.3U 85 Sl.W3.17l 57 3,505lll 33,710.403 5H 47.H 1,185.919.1.1 I'nlted Slates d-po.lls llCM-rvcd for taxes Total llS.Ml.ull 31 UI1.HJOIO 1V',.khi 134;i3S 073.S5 A KAItroN IIKI'HI It.V.ChalrmanoftlielioaiU AI.IIKHT It. WHHilN, President. SAMPHI. II. Mll.l.l'.lt. Vice-President. i:tiV.V nil h, I.NKCII. Jr.. Vice-President. HI'.N'UY l. CiiNM:V, Cashier. CHAUI.nS C. M.AIr. Asst. Cashier. LIIWI.N A. LIU . Asst. l ushlrr. Ull.l.l.Wl K. Pfitiiv, Asst. Cashier. M.I HIMIC. ANDHCVV.s. Ust. C.shkr SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY DIVIDEND No. 28. A Ot'AltTI'.ULY M Vlni'Mmf Due rmllar and Pitt v Cents H1.5UI per share on ihe Caoltal stock of this Company has been declared payable at ine ireasurers iiuier, o, iivi uroanw-ay, ,-cw York. N. Y.. on October t. 1113. In stnckholrieia of record at 13 o'clock 1,0011 on Saturday, Ainrutt 30. 1H13. The stock transfi-r books will not be ilosedforthe puvwrntuf thlsdlvlderd. Cheyue win d mane a in sioi snoiurr vvno nave mea per muncnl dividend orders. A. K. VAN DKVEXTCH. Treasurer. .New York, Auiusl 14. 1U13. PP.OPI.M CAS I.HillT fllUK COSfs I'AM mf Mrsgni. Notice Is hereby clvrn II. ul a dividend of one and three-quarters per cent. IH.ii has been de claied on the capital stoi k of this Company, pay ahle AuEust 35, 113, to the stockholders of record at the civse of business on Auruft 3d, 113. L. A. MU:v, becrcwry. AMKItlt'AN lilUI'lHirilONK ft). rin:ri:ititi:ii divihk.mi .no. r,i. A dividend (No Cll of one and three-quarters ipi.l lier cent, has la-en declared upon the Pre ferred Capital Muck of the American firnpho- Rhone Company. iaatilc August 15lh to slock older ofiecord Auiust 1st, lly order ot Ihe Directors. P.IWAIID D. KASTON. Preldeot. (?nns Arirona Ii.ivu.Haly Pirst National C.nldfit'ld Cons I.i Hn.e Cons .VI ijestie Moiii-.m Metals , Net.ida Doii.U" . New lUltlc . . (Hun llie..i I, ... .... ' Itii'ide I.l.ind Coai s-ouili Lake .30 1 15-14 v. 1 I'-IS 3'. S3 51 Ps 7C ,51 .Nets lork Million Picture Corporation. The third monthly dividend ot one per rent upon the capital stock of IhK Corporation has hern declared, payable on Aucust 15, 113, to stockholders of record Aucust il, mi:i CJ! Alibi's J. HIT K, Triasurer. New- York. August 7. Il3j 3 13-16 IS .' 6-14 4il.Ni:iL4L t'lir.MH AL t OMHANV. 35 llroad Street. Vevv York, July 3.". 1013, nu.irterly dividend of one and out-half per cell! H'V' will he pild Siplemlier 3 1HI3. lo Common stuekhuldi r of riconl at 3 P. M Aucust 3I. I'.il.'l. 1 AVASTI'H VHHK.AN. Treisnrer WILL sell im.i.si n". iruaranteed preferred stock In New- V.ork concern. J H.. bo Ii'.s Sun ofhei' Sales. .isl Atehlsnn Is . vi Am T A T ml Is ! Am T A T ev 4'ts J."! A ; A VV .... . .w) C II L 1 jt Iish Mas C,, i.s 1:! .vioii N K T 4 T Pond Creek 4s lllff I'SI I si 'i', 3." i :..', V.' ssl, W, h'.'i, l'i3i, pi:' j Hi : '!' . 911-j I'I't v. . i.n, pi "i l""'s hll'U luS'j pi I MISCELLANEOUS 11) Am Ar Chem H Am Ac Cheni pf ji Am Piicii pf. si Am Mi.-ar l Am s,n..ir pf m TAT IS Am Woolen pt . .. si V l! A W I if ; . K Host on Land 7" lien K!oo Ill lien Motors . I" .Mass Klee Hi Mass Klee pf lis Mass (ia ,",1 Mass Has pf , . i". Mo Kin. 1 1 lie 1st pf III Pullman . . , I.-. Swill A Cn '.") Pnited Print 170 Pin Shoe Maeh,. 11.1 I'm Shoe Mai h pf 3776 P S Meel 37 P S Meet pf lt,i, 16', II',', !. sis, ..n, pit, i',i, 5', I11 IIP, 111 IK.'i llMj ll'ij l.-e. ill llK)V5 1'" I'-'. 9T. I", lit ti"' i i -" THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Pli:t.Aiiui.i'iii, Aug. 11 As usual 1'iillid Stati a Steel common vvas the principal feature In the das'." U.i'lnii: mi the local exchange, nl thiuiKli trading ill that Issue was not as lie.-ivy as It has been thiouull the present , loitmnce lis name lo V H. U nods Theatie Coin week itpiclally. s' lllng mf slightly at the pins ine lose. Itiaillng was aliollier feature. ( HAM.L III (-OKI'OHM K NAVIR. AT A M'l llVI. 'H UM til' Mil-. St I'lll VIU Cieirt of the M.vtc nf u York, held at the County I'ourl House thereof, In il,e lloroucli of Man hattan. Ht ef "vc Vork. on the ;sih dny et July. IU13. Piesent Hun. Thomas !' Donnellv, Justin In the main r ef the .mnlleallon of the Woods- Llllngr-llloiini Theatre cr,tnpany for nuthtulij- nailing In that issue being unite heavy throughout the day nil prnfi sslonal tips linm New York which did not material- l.e. The ilrst hour's muling was fairly I oon leillnc notice nf motion and the tie- tllli'ii of the UiMnlssClthiin-llliNini Theatre Compan-,, a dtimrstle sim k i otporatlon. duly verllled liv VI II Moods, Us inc. idem, wl.ntln slid jietlilonir I'l ivs (or an order authorizing It to assume ai.iitnii enipuraie name lo nil, the name l li lioisis inrauc , uiiipinv, inc.. la In P, Id 13 1.1 I-' II 1'3's 111 ll.'i, II.'. 37', 3'"j 17'. V"3 . Iii 1 14 14 73 7.1 7J 7: !l PI SI '.'I SI', !'.' "1'i !'.' i.t p.i rvt 1i.i 134', P.l'. .M' I'll'. a;,i, pc,i, V5 io, in Iil'ii, Is'i loji, 17 f.'i 17 17'. :7 '.7 ; :'. sp, nil. r,n, I'm P3 os j... MINlNll STOCKS l.otllK LEVY, llnuor salesman, residing at f.7 niverslds Drive, uliii had an olilce at 90 West firoadway, has tiled a petition in natisruptcy vwin uuuiuiirs iid.ius aaaeta $5,417 TIIK I'lllTIIIIKKKI'KIG C1IAIH CO.. mnnu faeturer nf chairs at Pounhkeeoele, N. Y., has tiled a petition In bankruptcy here itli iiuntiitiea anu ri 139. 331. Judge Mayer unpointed lieorge II, Taylor. Jr.. or Mount vernon, reeeivrr, bond 17,500, vs. 1 1 1 Hiithorlty to continue the huslnesa 'JO davs. WILLIAM 13, McMKCHKN, residing at 3101 Broadwuy. has tiled a patition in nans riiptry. with llahllltlea S13.405 and areata eonslstlns of rsal eatate at Whlleatniie, L. I., v slued at 15,500, on which h nnea 11,37.'. He waa formerly vice. president of Ihe McMectien Preserving Co. and for merly presldmil of Ihe Anglo. Amarliaii Kood Co. JOHN W. MrPIIKRSON general store at Mtaininro, rs. i .. n;i iT.Vi . bankruptcy with llabllltlra (3.153 and si "in KATNKR KHAOOW. Hchedtilea In hank ruptey or Italnsr st.fras"". "i"" "' goods and clolhln?-t 1991 Third avenue, how firm llahllltlra 139.341 and nominal aassts 133,313. Morris II. Mragow ha Individual llabllltle 140.744 and usela 117.000 In real tte mortgaged for 137,414. located at 344 Kait 131th street and 31 Eat Itlth alreat. nBBBCCA UODLIB. Schedulea In bank ruptcy of Rbcea Oodll. dealer In women's wslals t 3111 Third avenue, hew llabllltle 113.414 te 130 creditor and ats IS.Ttl. SUB-TREASURY STATEMENT. WEDNE8DAT. Paid hy Mub.Treaury to bank,.. I'.OJJ.W; paid bv banks to HubTreaury. . . 3.715,000 (lain In banks on days trans- ....... action 1141,400 HINCK. FRIDAY LAST. Paid by Kub-Treaaury to bank. . .113.141, 00J Paid by bank In Bub-Trury. . . 14,431,000 La to bank Lois to bank nmi period pre vious wek.,,, tot Adventure , .1 3-14 1 1 I ''.14 1 9M M Aliska Hold 1's l" P's 1V lwi Allouer . . :'j :i7 :i' 7 S.V, Anuljamated .. . 71', 7;, 7.1'. 71 .ii Am Zinc 314 51 -1 '-l'i 7u Ariiiin.i Com . 3 3 3 !t -:1 Hutte llslali ,.s . 1", 1 I', i4 r.'.n Unite A Sup .. .. 3s . .7', 11.1 Cal A An is'. nc, i,"i M Cal A Ilrrla 4:"i il.' !;. IIU 5.1 Centrniiiul II 11 n'. II 115 Chilli l l'"4 's I11'. I,i;i Copper llame 41 II 40 io 44'i Ka.l Hutte 13", 13 L 13 X, Prankllii 5 ." I'. I', 67.-. (iranby l, fa', II lireene-Can 7 7 17 IU llaiiin. k IV Is Is 1 i Hidley Hold 30 ;o ,ia :hi so lnspirallou Cons., in, I.M, i:.v, l.V, 113 1 C Coal 53 'si 51". 5.'. 11 1 C Coil pf SI SI .! (I 105 Isle lloyale 10 P P1. I'' sin.-, Knr Lake 3'i .n, :o. Uj p. I Keweiuaw 1111 310 Lake Conner '' 7'j 7 7', 10 Mason Valley v, R, 8, .Ti Mass 3i, .1', 1 37V Miiytloer s !". ' J-i Miami 33. 31 33's V 10 Mohawk 41 41 41 II 70 Ntpissiur 0 ' 9 s J.-, North Hutte '." :i 3s's i'H I3 0jilm.iv fin , ,i .s.1 (Iso Old Colony l' P, 4 I .1 Old Dominion 50', Mi, M' .ve, Oaisanls l k3 l VJ 135 Pond Creek Coal. . : 31 : li :i Qiiiney 43 3 f.J 6: l'.'O liny Con Is', If", IM, pis, 13', Shannon 7 7 7 7 '..- Sh at . Arii 35 x St Marys M Ld 3 .vt 3'i", S-'.1, us sup A lloslnn 3 :, ;i, :'i fo Superior 35' 4 "P, 31. too Tamarack 31 3!'i, ':, S!i 3l0Trlnliy P. 4'. P, P. 150 Pnl Copper Land.,. P, 1', I', H, 115 II Smelting 37, 3V S7I, f,t isi II S Smrltlnr pf.... 4 4 Cf. i 300 Utah Con 9 9 .1 9S .13 Victoria l'i U, Pi P 50 Winona 1, P, 1, 30 Tfolvenns 44 441, 44 18', 50 Wyandotte 93 ,95 .9-. ,91 in live, but nttri' that the tnarkit slach- and upnn mine the lerilfcsle of the Secretary of , n-il down and lomallinl dull for the rest M lie annesed thin I". iirilfvliiE that the name "f th ..v. the tickers at tim.s being n,- ( WWviXml tmnless. The market, all In all, vvas r ., pane vvhli-r he deems .e nearly re-emhllni: ptirilv a ptolesslonal one. the public not It as to he c.ili Ulan it in deielve. upon tlllns ptnof . ..inii'ii? in Tiiiioieili llelinonl Mistrndiil that a eop o! the tltloi, I crcln and of the nntlre minim, in. iniiopaii il. iiiioni .i ir.iuiii mn!i were dub Hied nh the suretnrj of in to some cM-nt. iiiitm ions transactions IMl, nI1( ,, ,i11P lr t,j nfe,d vlis being mndc nt 7, the high for the present thimln- that notlie nf ihe pirsentntlon of said movi mt nt. which was nude yiMcrduy. peiltloi, has la-en d'.iy published oniv In each . .., . ..; 1., mm it, tlnhiL- Merko nine suillssjie mci ks m ine .sioiihmk alul It Hilled at '. l..-1'i. 1 otiopah .Mlnlni, .,., the Tilbm.e. boih tielng uew-paia-rs ef made .1 Itactional gnlli. I In to was smiie ,). iiM1ntj of Ni Ymk. In hhh County m li show of wiakliess tliroilghout the list at , Cnrpoiiitlon hss Us business oir.ie. and Hie roiirti il,.. el.ise iIiiiiil-1i tlnre were no changes belli c sailsfnl h' s,. is iltlon, and li t tie am the close, iiioimn nitre win no tii.iiii.ta .,.. ,.,, . tifi4-.ua- nresented Hicrew I h. 1h.ll of coiisuueiH' flic Htntimno : ,n,. ,.tt,,n s true mid that there is no reason. o;i it- iiis-u lew tins. ),t,i.(ti,ii in me ei-ancr nt name proposen -..lie- Anialt.imated 4s Camhria Imn . Ill Camlma Steel . .:. Klee Stoi- Mat in lien Asphalt t e. l'.j (ien Asphalt pf psi K.iii City .-so .' Irf-liltll Valley . : I huh N.iv l-i Ia hish Niv t c . I Mtnriull ,. . '. No t culial . . . . I" I' i, ,!' Mull , ls.i leiiu,lvama .VI Phlll Co . 1 Phll.l Co cum nf pnl Phil.i Klee. .. Ml P It T I.1) Kl'MllHli slrt s,i P.ieltlf 4,'J 'I oniip th pi Pi Ton lielmotil ,. Iti i t'luon Trne , . pi I'liion Pacific 70 P li I i', .1 I' S Meel 3.1 Wcsl Co.ll vtns mi. "P. !'! 4?'a . 71", est 71", IP, Ifi , 47', ins - niul that ihe pclltt in hns been ilulv authnrlrcil 71 i and that tun Ice ot the presentation uf the petition IP, 41W as rciiulird In law lias hcen made, nnd upon mini: un- opinion m inc n-irt 71'. ',l .P. .- si, :s :. , n . ih. ir. nv , '-"j :-'', -'a :t 1 I in -.il 13 1st -.f,, T, IT, IO, III, , . I.I', IT, IT, I3'j . :: 3'J'. . VIV, 33.', .".it 1 i . 1 B H 3-14 vn, sol, o. mi nioilun nf Nullum Purkan. aiiornev for s.ild peililmier, no one nppiislnc, It Is Oidered, that said peililnn heiiiid ihe same here, hv Is finiiltil, and Hut Ihe ls lltloner l-creln, the oisls-l'itltme-llloom Thesue t'ompsny, he nnd II Is lien hv auihntlrcil in nssinne aimiher rsirpnrale name. In vtli, the name II iusH Theatre Cninpiiiy. luc mi and afn-r Ihe 5th day of Se jitrniher. It'l l Vnd It I- further Onlcicd and dliei ted dial this nnler be rnteird and the papers oi which lt is uriinted be tiled within ten ilasi. from ihe date hereof In Ihe nVrn of ll.e Clerk nf V nrk Count) , Ihe Cinintv le.v which ll'o tt-j tlllt-nie ef Im-nipnratlon ef vtld enrporallnn Is n,cd, and that 11 icrtltlcd copy of ihls nrdet within ten davs alter the inuy ilii-iejf he ihed 111 ine nmie ni ine seireiarv or ii.xn 1. V cn is. t no Phils Klee 4s. . io.) p II T 1 e Is.. ;,) P It I eol 5s.. ps.) Velli.l(-ll 5s.. s."i', 61', P. IIONDS .... 11 .11'. .'I, ,U 'v.,.,.. n,,,l Inr.h, r ihnl n i-imi' of Ihls iir.l.r In, J1 l I 'piiliiished nine a week for fnur siicicsse weeks ,!?!' t-'n" ,.'?! New Vork. Iiefiniiliig within ten day. allet "thu 1,1 , 1., u, imi, 1..I , 1 . , . l; 5.'.'. ! i-"1 ' T ', y ', 4 't M,BH.eHMSN.BM.eiHe.MMH.H, sJl. IV. Ps mi 4S u S7 751, M'4 91 75', 94 S7 75', i'l si st 7.''. COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY. NJ'.W YOUK COP NT Y. Supietee Court Appellate Hlvl-jon Ik'','"-," St. ilt-lllf Court Slilal leini. I'all.l. Ilefon' tlleyi-tU ll. .1. Cillllt ms-ns at il-.l V. SI ns. 1 s?. I'i ople v. Kline a.l,(irlfl!n vsiiriffln.si,, Starke vs Vllnsky Itcalti and t'onst. 1 11. Supteue Court .special Term Pari II. lie hue Weeks, J. Court okhs al pt si ,. VI. I' pane inatii r-. siiiriovaie s Court Ch.imbers Ik fnre inl t. Ian. S Mnilon calendar called al !ii:m VI, Wills for pinliatc Jiisepllll.f P. ITassnn Uiulse Kmli-k, MalKaiel K Vludekllilt, Ma P UPln, Mary A. li 1. Huieliliisiiu Minnie l Mnulinn, .Sophia I rnnki nth.iiei , luu-m- Clann, M.nla II. 1 Us, Sustiu (rsulliv.iii.nl 10:10 A M illy 1 nun Seiai lerm iari 1 iH-ioro .stniiiiiis lis at 10 Siein vVhterni-.'. Huilih vsOiol.iande Mines Cn ; tfrern.J. Cmiri uiviisal hi A. VI Motl. 1 saine vs Nimel Same vs Salle: 5. Sainevs' Pan II. before ilttt-n. J. Court opct slip.- 1. Carroll s llrsdy. 7. Hlpide vs 1. wen- A. M. I' pane nmiteis, krnlin. a. Mai I rlll vs lJ'wenkn.liii. 9. Illldci- KIMiS I'OPNrY. luaiidi vs (ioI'I.ii SWf Ib'ji iy i'o j '"-i 'r' v. t'ulheii. II, intcoran vs liklyn Ills I lea iy in, 13, Mattel- nf Itlisscll. It. 1iiimi I Chenilcal 0 Vs P s. 34 1 1 111 pm g 1 "-, I ' I nrtcr ys liohh- .15, j'nrtcr ts lhiM's, 111, Hose HIM llnlel Co, vs Waldo. 17. vialiemi is ara me.. ;iiu - . d el, .1. loiiit opens at m .- U'. Aiii.er v- Virhci.'.'O, Hun vs limr .'1. Maier ,'.,. vs illd,: ' ?s. pieine four' Special T. Illtlli His ll'.'lll'Cii.:3l,MllervsSassaii il.ktl joul;cli ,nr t. t,.,,,,. Supreme court special Term t hampers. Court opens al lo A VI, Suptenie Com 1 special Tei m I'efore 1 rane, J. 1 oiirt nH'l s at In VI. Millions Siniii ine Cniirl- Spuial Term llefure Hi nr. Met, .1. limit opens at Id A M. ). pane 1 Trials, d. iVlPourned fur I rial 'lern. .. . ... 1 .. 11,. ,,1..,. 'a. fitnuii s oiowl'irVii. Sdi'ilinan vs y.aiurl,: ;s. Havei-k vk ,"....1 " ..',, k. .... , s.,n.e: SI. llau-es Vs St- rnl tie vn.ei 1 otiiplllns P pt Jl, 1 unci mil v. Mniiaiii.ii, ,, , - Ufnl(. j i,.r,,nn .1 Court opens at W. Irwin vs ivMlilel, ?S. Mailer 'if "'''',' 1 In A, M Antoi-lo iastaldo. is.llu harles harp vllelblelii.:W.n t.111 ktnii vsl hip " ."!': Trlelic, vlnlatlin; sieilon :ii Penal Law. Tlmmas M. Cii'iunshy vs neiineri .11. cw," '. ,-""",'. ."' Diitnn. assault, Joseph Piic.-i. violating sec Supreme Couit ine iet in, t nlllill 1 nun crilillli.il t an niiai- 1 or iiiiii V.'...i. 1. iirs.lv a Cn : 3ti. Itosi nholni vs Mnr cross Urns, in- III, Scan loll vs lltndrleoti: II t lun lift of the Penal Law Moses Schllnski, reieivnnr stnii 11 noons, uatm ituinruiH-iu, 1,-. HAtLItOAD STOCKS H Boston A Albany. ,.1!'U V.n 34 Boston Kl 9J '.'. 37 Heart on A Maine,,. .',', t. Hoslon Me nf. 9t I Maine Central, ,, 1"0 501 New Havet 100, 47HI Now Haven rt.. .. '.' II Prov A Worcester.. 331', 91V! Plllon PaeitlR Ha,. ,77 I west Kurt 7.1, ..1, 7l CPBB STOCKS, tTlAlSLN'O PKICL'S Hid. Asked I B.M, ll'll, too 10,1 v. lim HlV r.i !C.V, I'Sl W', - 5 ie 331', 331', :'.1H,i t.1 7 .VI ;'v : rilius is Hennessey lloajiv Co; I.', Ho Hard v n.,. ,,ltI . 1M1.,. v.',tM. Assla. assault Isldnr l llikelsti-lli, assauil, 'in unci wuoicriiiau, nmin, l'rank Cnnk hlo, isrril'is 1 onct 11 led wiapoii; lahliiussy, puuiait III. llefure Sallshut), .1 Ksset Wash assault, Siaiili) Maouic.ki, MiluMlnu, 11, ,1.. cm i jtiti'iniileil a, sail t. l.alir 1 sori-11. S.M, 1 Slirell I'o . 62, (irlesel- th liMesi i ll .si. Matter of n.,.,,. slullll ciiods, Jul. 11 Oslaiin. William ;,.ii; Swan:.'-!, lliermau vs 1 ieci. .1.1. 1.111111. t "'" " ( mitiii, lii.nrli'il . Ihlnl ilfitiie. Joseph Voslai tireeiihut Sletttl Cooper Co.: 43. MarMtella vs 91 1 Hm.1v Co.! II lilfcl vs Clay Pijtit nun lU'lK. ; " : 'rank (' 15, Hlcuccl vs Clay Cunl. and llldg. Co.. 41. Mailer f ",1 , nf Hulling iive.1 17. Mallei of Xrinsiriitig. Ij, x ,art !H Matter of 1 eli'-n: 4. Cohen vs liinih: .'il. Luge 1 ,,','' , !'. hiliii vs Illinois Suieiy Co .51, Cohen vj Illinois i",",,!',.,, SennishliCii...'.1, la Ic'iiiervs l!e chei;.i, 11 irscn, ,' rostrs wiasiiis, Isisrl 1 nlien, '''.'' 'V'1 ,?,'," '( "' v triaiid i.irinil Vi.ioiilii .tiipe.o, a,saull. L,,u II , . li.lllll s MaitliiiHii. Maitln vs MarllniM. I'rlfc is Alex Siiiiouaie s 1 onn I efoic beii'liani. S. t in sutler. 03. I'riiPlf vs Davie. 61. IH Ih vs Ho 1, 61, , , A M , lhr u of Itiuitd. stun Seaii'-an Iy vs Seaiuaiely , Pl"l".i Und " v fl s ,.sU.mat lmes. llM-iitlier vs Klik'wa Co. 1,7. Wnlci ' Simcivlslnn Co. vs Irdann: OH, 1 Dim s :,ih Ave Hay Stale Has. Iluheniis Iloatoii Kir 13,410,00(1 Unite Central,, t;alaveroa 441,171 I Chi! Con .3" .!' ,01 3v, 14. IllVesia- anu lllll'l, t 11 , ill., i" any te iiei.iu-i, Mallei of llielifnid, 71, 'lanr vs I'aMnr. '.. .'.'I llaliwcr v-s Hulawer; 7:i. Jacnr vs Saiiipsini. ii s, N.k. tH t,(a r; j, rnrsei s l niti-isai r'ni ,M 1 Mftr. Co,; ni, SelulK Vs Sntsfliecl 77, All'rr .is: 'lavlieciei I'u. vsl lly of N. , 7. dc lliis vs,ic L'-t. iiussv: 711. iminuin is 1111 nim- in, i".n llefereea iiiilntert, siipinne Court Hy Justice liicwiicii 1 s, TrutlCo vs i.'.riln . Pt'ielval II lltei-ir lnii r is l.neppcr. .loseph V Mllclu-ll llanevt s . w.n Plni'tilx ll'k'raliam Hi .he-ilii l,u I 1 ink- Iln Sav Sue fin- Home llldg and Sat vs Mm- 17 14 I lluli M, iwa Auio Touring Co. vst'll) of . Y ;' nlnger. Kdwanl D, Howling.