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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915.
n RENEWED SELLING PUTS COTTON DOWN Xew Low Levels Show Sever ity of Market Decline in Tnst Week. SOME HKA1USH OPINIONS Vtlon showed n do-idol n'Mknfs vrMpplny. with tho most extensive ! no that has marked tho HngiclnR ten i1m of thn pHft wefk. Tho break ex i.irlfil about tolnt ntid prices closed rty around practically th lowest tlcures. The ulump that lia taken place once the Imtianee. of the Oovernmenl rl-nrt on July 1 Is a matter of alout nn points- (.'' g hecame very pronounce! along ti the mldille of tho afternoon and .. ir.trH camo from all umirccs, nlthoufrh iiiey "ere particularly heavy from Wall Si -ct voninilsslon houses. Hulls bp peir to he tliotounlily llnooiiraKCl and are tnoro In a mood to admit tho efficacy ,.f the chief heat arguments, which ,-entro around tho huge supplies likely to he carried over from the present (e.isoiii combined with the prosKotlvo p:evure from the new crop. Kven the South la bearish niwl nentl tnetit from the cotton lelt Is fairly well eu'ttnu-d up In the following tncwUKC finm New Orleans : "With seriousness of cxjiort situation mid In.ib.Ilty of ot brokers to contract forward sales In volume, don't see. how market can hold In faco of crop out look " Tho most dlscourafrlni? feature of tho equation Is the Inability to negotiate for.ird Mies, tlxporters have booked very little business and several firms which ordinarily ship thousands of bales to Kuropo have thus far entered Into no transactions. The export outlet is badly clofTReil as a result of the ISlrtlsh block ade on Germany iin.l tho fear of Ger man submarine operations, which may make It dltllcult even for Lancashire to get her usuhI supplies. It must bo ad mitted, however, that tho Liverpool stock of cotton Is comfortably larse In view of such a contingency, an accumulations nro nearly double the usual holdings at this reason of the year. Unfavorable crop news has very little effect upon sentiment. The feeling Is (trowing that the question of prices will lint be settled so much by the size of the current crop as by tho demand, which Is serlouly affected by a wldo variety of Intluenccs. Market sentiment In fact Is very well summarlzcii by Theodore II. Trice In the Introduction to his weekly analysis of the cotton market In the latest Issue of Comtnervc mid f'iiiuncc. Mr. Price rays: "The size of next year's crop seems to have become a negligible question, us compared with the problem of moving the cotton that will shortly be coming to market. The Government report, which is variously construed as Indi cating a yield of from ten to fourteen millions, was absolutely without effect on prlcts and attention Is again focusscd on the difficulties In the way of export ing cotton that arise from low exchange, high freights, the scarcity of tonnago and a possible declaration by Kngland that cotton Is contraband of war." Future closed easy. Open- ltljh. Low. Clot- Prer. i 'Pfi "" '"I- close. Jtilr .. J 00 9.C.. J.k.-. 9.3 s.? s.esft j.to Am.- S21 : ? tssn&.oo t.-iri - ii. t 9.17 . Jll . I'.TJ ).-, S.J7 tWt 9.S1 9.7H 9.7 March 90S 100- S.VJ 9.Jfi 9 S lO.iMftlOOS May to ri io.:j lo.o-s 14.03RU.M 10.25n10.27 Spot cotton at New York was qultt, 15 points decline. Middling, 'J. 20c. Southern spot markets .were weak, 5 to 20 points decline, with New Orleans i Mc, (i.ihenon 8.85c, Savannah s'tc. Houston .70c. Augusta t.75c. and Mem pals S.Cl'c. The New Orleans market doted !cdy Prices were: Open- Itlzh- Low. Clot- Prev. lnjr. est est. Inr. close. July ssi i.K .7 H.TOtt (.71 .ltSM p't .:it IK S,M 9.0 9JIS9.SJ Pee P 17 9 19 9.:.", 9 27 S.2J S.ifcsr 9 31 J i S.M !3J .JSj 9.33 t.M til The Liverpool market opened quiet. There was a good business in spot cot t"n, with middling 6 points decline at '2ld. Sales, 10,000 bales; receipts, none. Prices st Liverpool cloi-ed quiet. Open, lltsh- Low. Clou. Prev. , , . Inr est. est inz. close. July Au- . ; oni t.ioi, s.o'i'i s mii 3 isu Oct Nov . . B SO S J.'l, .- J) S.JOlJ 5 3ml J.in Keb ... in 5.1.-, s.ii s.17 .M Msreh-Aprll.. 5.M 5.55 t.M S.S1 1M Kltvcn A. M. bids to Liverpool were: July, i. 05c. ; October. 9.4c. : January, '.' 75c. ; March, lt The market there is due to open to-day S to 10 points de- line. ltecelpts and stocks were: Kr- Lait Last . celpts. year Storks. year. r.alTninn. .. .; 1.3.1 ii;..Vjo 5S.M7 w Orleans 719 M 169.1H ,1 SHiannat 1,0; 401 70,(31 1H.31! rhrleton... J's . .. 4.i I.CU Norfolk .... ;st :; 49,91! 19.7:5 y.iinuinton.. s 4 s:..ivii io.7i Mobile .... 11J is,:;t 4.0iS Interior stocks and receipts were: Re- Last Lnt celit. year. Stoeki. yeir. Itouitnn .... s-'.i. .... 7,HI5 40.5J4 .Memphis sst ;1I 9l,oi5 :i.7U Ausuna. .. :i: sa.rn is.s95 M Lriuu. ... :;i ;;i s;,cs ii Ertmiateri port Lilt I. ait , . receipt toil.iy wek, year. r.ilietton S30 10 w) j.hji 1.639 N'w Orleans ... 3 0toM0 jo 94 Kxports yesterday, 13,684 bales. To- 1': thus far thlH ceason, $.183,639 nates, against 8,927,869 bales last year. THE GRAIN MARKET. Vfilne Higher on Weather Gt- ernment I'lKiires nenrlsh. From tho opening of yesterday's wheat session to the late trade there was In creasing strength. Weather conditions were against harvest operations In Iowa, Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. There were storms In these States, and many districts had from two to four in -lien of rain. The record wheat crop 'port wrh not published until after ti " market had closed, Many shorts wero disturbed by wet lather complaints and the reportH that m!cr wero having considerable difficulty "1 (-curing sulllclent supplies of wheat '" till their lato summer Hour commit it ..is encouraged n broader speculative r !e New wheat rucelptH showed a r ' ir.il Increase, hut continued dlsap I 'tug when associated with tho size f.f nop and tho light surplus stocks LI wheat Wi'lo tin- weather In the far South- was generally satisfactory, muddy 1 were complained of and n stretch "f iear weather Is desired. The fore. ' was for showera over much of tho t Premiums on old wheat con ' l to rule extraordinarily high, tho ' at Chicago being 25 centa above I 'ily delivery for spot hard grain. 1 ' ' HiiipHiiitlvely light countiy offer- v -f wheat p.utly militated Hgalnst e- ' ' trade yesterday, although cash j1' managed to sell nbout 600,000 ' ' 'o Krciwh and Itallun InterestH. I i' i.tlon of a rather bearish Gov fr t leport induced realizing sales 'if 1 10 . lose of tho session. The actual i was more bearish thun was 1 on een after allowing for de "i In the Southwest lesultlng ' o rerent heavy rains. There t. fr it rirgs of Chicago deliveries at " r-lmlf cent under tho Html I" ' r the olHclal llgures were pub 1 no special trade occurred, as curb dentines on the Chicago Board of Trade an prohibited. The winter wheat crop was placed at 668,000,110b bushels, against the wonder ful production of SSf.,000,000 bushels n year nio. Hprlng wheat has it good promise of 2nr, 000, 0(10 bushels, against 206.000.CuO bushels actually grown last season. These crops suggest nit e portable surplus of close to 37n.noo,no0 burhcls, with allowance made for de pleted decks of old wheat nmong the millers aid moderate dnmiBo to the spring wheat crop to Its harvest date. Last teuton the I'nlted Htates expoua about 3.1i,,000,000 bushels. , Cntiiulu on Its present crop outlook may have 150,000,000 bushels to oxport, against tho titiuHiial small total of about 60,000,000 In tho past season, It Would seem premature to estimate exportable surpluses of foreign crops, but figuring very conservatively, Russia might hum 85,000,000 bushels; Argentina, 65,000,- 000 bushels : India, 50,000,000 ; Alls- tralla, 30,000,000' Danuhlan nnd auudry countries, about 20,000,000 bushels. The aggregate surplusen would iipproxlmnte 7.5,000,000 bushels, while tho total Im port requirements are roughly tjSfi.miu. 000 bushels, It might be necessary to eliminate entirely Russia's theoretical 85,000,000 because tho Dardanelles are closed and the Datitihlnti exports might bo very light, but on the other hand Germany and Austria ordinarily absorb 90,000.000 bushels, which coun tries aro not likely to receive their usual quota. Corn The Government report Isstud nfter the close of yesterday's market was a shade better than wns generally expected. The area has been Increased nbout 4,000,000 acres, and with the crop condition 81.2, against S5,S a year ago, the crop Indication Is I.SU.OOO.oOO bushels, ngalnst 2,172,000,000 bushels last season. It Is noteworthy that In the 1912 year the record crop of 3.H2, 000,000 bushels was produced after a poor start. II. W. Snow says that the crop In the northern belt Is very late, hut that It has a chance of escaping the frost period. Doubtless the. ftost date will largely determine the size of the growing crop, a late freeze being essen tial for the best results. The increased corn area this season Is principally In the South and reflects Southern crop diversification. Vcsterday's market was quite strong, although tho full advances were not held. Buying wan largely for hhorts and cash houses. The wet weather In the K.istcrn sections was unfavorably regarded. Much of the demand was Inspired by the wheat upturn and by the pi edict Ions of further showers for the belt. Assertions that Argentine offerings were at New York on tho basis of 75 cents c. I. f In duced realizing salts In tho late deal ings. Oats In sympathy with other mar kets a strong tone was noted, home of the large shorts and exporters were among the buyers. The hedge telling and liquidation In anticipation of a bear ish Government report checked the up turns. Generally the crop figures were construed as more bearish than looked for, the crop being placed at 1,396,000. 000 bushels, against 1. 141,000,000 a year ago, and the record of 1,11!), 000,000 bushels In 1912. Provisions The list broke to new low levels. There was no determined sup port and further liquidation for pack er anu outsiders was seen. Shorts furnished the best support, the rallies being in part a reflection of the strength of the grain maiket. Chicago prices: mtu . 0pflv I"sh" I-ow- C-0'- I'rev t.;r. ' ' "'i dose. July..... .. .. ion', nos; lost, September in. mil i.iu !-. !..... 10ll lnu. ii; ,,vi: Ilecember. Corn: PH's 1071. m 1(;k, ioji. July 7'i 75U 7.V, September..., 731 7I 73S 74 De.mber 61', mi, 6I W Oalil ii1- 6tt July-. 47 4 4S14 Seiitember.... 5 :s 37'i 37'I W lemfbcr '9, 40 19 si, 391, Jul- ' 15.70 15.70 1S.45 15 15 15.7; September.... 15 9 16.10 15 M 15.73 15 97 Lard: July .?: ) s.r. j 15 .75 Septerr'itr.... 9.0) 9) t.ii s Hi S 97 Klbs: July 9.70 9 70 9.7il ! 70 9 9.' September,... 10.M 10.?' 9.9J 9M 10.17 New York wheat prices were: Open- lllzh- Low- Cloi. ins. est ca in September inn, DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. HITTER There was no reason to c-hanze quotations yesterday as tr.i.le wai slow, but there was sufticlem demand for tine zradis to hold the market at former prices lti-celpu are heavier than last week and irooit bloikw of butter are coin? Into the voolem be.-.iure rsoelvers cannot mII at any .-jrotlt There were tales below quotations lor zood lines. The highest scorlnz broiizhl a little above ouolattons. trades under an extra wrre plentiful and were urze.1 for sale. Ther was a demand for tanry renovated, and that line closed steaily Whole markrt elox-d barely ste.id- Prices. Creamery, extras, 93 score, "7,!2c : higher scorin. uuSe , ttrsts. to !.' score, :Ci77Hc : Hale, .latry. tubs, flneii. :;ti::ic: eoI to prime, .iti rC'Sc,; c-ommnn to fair, Jitill'ii- : renovated, exirae. :o:mc: llrsts. i; 1c ; lower grades. 21ft;-c ; imltaltnn .Teainery, first s, ziW.'ii; : Milieu, current make, ilrsts. .'l'-a ;.'c: (-i-oinls, :0Wi-lc lower srsdes, ufi.ee : f tacking stock, current make, No a1'. . ower iraJes. lliii194e CHBBSE Iteceivers were somewhat dis. courage.! as exporters were, lint tiuring 111 any extent The mark'l was off again yesterday 'c CanHilian prii-es .ontinue low and as long a that .ouilitliin iii.-ails fx porters will not buy here Local tra-t wns only fair yesterday and market closed weak Prices: Mate, whole milk. Iresh, twins, while and colored, spe.-ials, 15U.fi3i,c . average fancy. 154jl5V4C? Slate skims, fresh e,-ierinis, tJHtllJSe.; skims, fresh, choice, ll-Rllo . fair to good. S'iftlOVto. EflOS Receipts are less than last week and thero Is a demand for high gr.ido sto. k. Firsts were up '. yesterday. The lialan.-e of the market was unchanged. Quality of re enlpts was not desirable and buyers were par ticular. The un.lergra.les dr.igg.-d. The mar ket for these closed weak, while It was strong for good table stock, Pii.t-s- F'resh gathered, extras, S3ii S3-. : extras, firsts, 9111 ;'la: firsts, H'.fiU'v-.; sconils, im, it.-. , No. 1, dirties. tlMfl6o.; hennery, whiles, fine to fancy, :m(27c. ; hennery, browns, u-.; mixed colors. 17ij1:2c. LIVE IDULTHY -Prices on all lines ere made early yesterday morning mid trailing was good, hut not of siifn.-iftiit a. tivlty to In crease tho piiim of fowls, which art. Hie basis of the whole market, Broilers KmiiMied un changed. Olil roosiers weni a little beller llian tho day brlnm and wrre up P-. Aside from fowls and tirollers tho balan.e of tho maiket was aliniit thn same as It was last weok. Pries-si Fowls, UVi f: ; tirnilcis. Sm 33c: turkejs, ltil2c,; riiielis. Long Island, spring, lMj.- ; old. tf.'e. ; Jersey, spring, Pe. i old. t5c.: Western. IHil4c; gicse, tmi:.-.; pigeons. 3T.c. ; guineas, sne, DHKSSKI) POt'LTKY Trading jeslerilay wos unsatisfactory, ltecelpts below last week, While thn market was weak all day there was not sufficient trading at lower prices 10 chango quotations Old roosters remained about steady, while tirollers were In large supply and slow sale. Inig Island soring ducks sold slowly, Put rnclers would not cut the prle. Squabs were weak. In frozen poultry broilers were dull and weak, while food fowls and turkevs were held llrm, 'rlies: Fresh Fowls. 12 to Ikix, Western. 0 lbs. and over, 17lji ; Western, .aided, large, pic: broilers, -.".ii.tic- ; old rooli-rs, 1I1H20. Squat's, prime white, to lln. to dnren. I3..VI-, 9 lbs., $.1: s lbs., J2.Ni. Turkevs. fresh hens and loms, PU- Turkeys, fresh hills and Inins. Ui: Froion Turkeys, dry picked, selected. !le. ; Western. 2ne : Texas. t7(17'ie. broilers, milk fed. Is to 24 lbs., ;.'ii2V.; i-orn fed. IS to 21 Ihs , 21c. Chickens. 1;' to box, milk fed. 43 to 47 lbs., 2ni2l : 4 H. and over. 2li22 1 corn fed. 41 to 47 lbs, 13. : 4S lbs. and mrr, joe. Fowls. 12 10 box, m lbs. and over to doien. lfcc; 30 to 31 IPs, 15c. Old roosiers, i:fji:ie. THE BALTIMORE MARKET. Hai.timoiie, July t, Prices were un changed except In tho case of I'nlted Hallway Incomes, which sold 01T 'i- 1 C,molldated Power was steady at 107. ' Tho summary : Open- High- Low Clos Sales lug. est. est lug. 27 Cltllens ntil 41 41 II 4.1 I 3ii5 Cons Power . to; 107 W7 107 1 r.xr-nniign ii.-uia 111 iv in, n't 20 F.ilimont (5ns pf. 41', lit, 44v; 4l'i 2 Fldellly It Hep . IT, Y, IJ" 111 t,:, Mer-Mri.li llnnk 2ki ;fu :i, :hh PONDS, 12000 city Halt is 'i;i . . n r,, :i.-,, !..-,. ;iii Clly 1 1.1 1 4s 'fit ,1 F vl oit, 'i;'. 9',t, 4000 city Halt is '.'a, x. r, ni'i oss 2000 City Hall 4. W I. nr. M' 95', 95T4 310 Klkl'orn Fuel ts V, r, 95 95 1000 On Car A N Hi ion, inn, iomj 1011, 1000 Manland Is '27 91 99 91 91 1 3000 Mt V-W Cot I) 5a 3.V, 3514 ,i:,i, 3-.', I too.) Norf ft Ity 5s. lot", pii, jni; jot v vtn (In It A K 1st 4t t si fi m 1 9ooi thl K & K iuc 4a 5H IM Ml M Un K 4 K f'lf f s WiiJ xo'i mi, wt, GOSSIP OF WALL STREET. The Weakness. .Iprenda, The mnrket was subjected to another assault upon the stnudnrd rails and also to a rather general selling movement throughout the list. The selling of Union Pacific was the feature of tho day und probably did more than anything else to cause new apprehensions regarding tho effect of tho weakness of the stand ard rails upon tho general speculative position. Up to yesterday the breaks In tho high priced ralla had been looked upon with a fair degree of unanimity. It wiih pointed out that III addition to foreign selling thero were reasons at the moment why thero should bo no keen nppctlte for railroad shares of this class. Tho break In the tails should not greatly disturb tho general market because tho spcculntlvn position pi this class of stockH had been very small for sotuo time. Hut, In spite of theso reassuring considerations tho weakness has tended to spread, Tho Street was asking Itself yesterday how long tho general market could stand the pressure. So far It haa done extremely well. Steel has been enormously strong mid the "war brides" have again test Hied to tho confidence that Is felt by the speculative party in tho future of those Issues. Hut the old tlmern reply to all arguments that they never saw a market divide Itself up Into two parta before and never expect to see It again. Thp Chief "War llrldr." Iteeent performances of lllectrlc Hoat suggest that Ilethlehem Steel will have to look to Its laurels as the chief "war bride." Klectrlc Hoat shot up from 12$ ito 157 on a story passed around the curb that tho company had iccelvcd an order from a foreign Govcriininit for a thousand swift motor boats armed with can openers for uso against the German submarines. The performance of I'lectrlc Hoat has been noteworthy even In these das t f sens.Klonal move ments, A few weeks ago it sold at f5, six month ago the high was 34 and In July a jear ago It was kicking around the Stieet at about 15. Anotl cr furious updrlve In Aetna Kxploslvts sent the price un from 13S to a new- high mark of ICS, The Hading on the way up was said to be unusually heavy for 11 stock with thin kind of market The occasion was apparently the sue css of the company in disposing of Jl.ooo.ooo In notes, which It has Mild to obtain the necessary working capital with which to carry out Its war con tracts. Tlie company was frfrmed about 11 year ago, so that the speculation In this stock appears to be pretty thor oughly based on the probable duration of the conflict. Si'lllni; of Prims) Iviinla. It has been remarked that trading In Pennsylvatil 1 stock has shown a pro nounced tendency to inctease In the past few weeks. For the month of June the dealings were heavy In com parison with the normal scale of activity In that stock and in comparison with the small turnover In the whole list. The price has held up well. There has beer no evidence of tho hollow ne.s which nas lieen tho feature of the market tot St. Paul and cvernl other stocks. Penn sj 'i-utila Is held heavily nbni.id, eK cially In London, and It Is reasonable to tuppofc that foreign felling has not passed tho stock by. Hut Street gossip haw supplied .1 special explanation of the selling of Pennsylvania. It Is as serted that the holdings of the Adams i:press Company have been coming to market for some time. The cptes company last year owned some $1,000, 000 par valuo of the stock. DnrriMTliiK Drmnnil, A blfr borrowing Ucnmnd for stocks Is reported The demnnd Is of course heaviest tor the standard rails, which have lately broken badly. Some of these h.i.-e been lent at a small pre mium. The Inference generally drawn from thla deelopmcnt Is that there has been built tll a largo short In terest lr these stocks. The short side of the rails ITas undoubtedly become more popular, not only on the floor but In tho cot nnlsslon houses. Some sptcu Inturs h.ie taken this position as a liPdue tw.ilnut their commitments In the Industrl-il department, and partlculaily the "war ttides." Nevertheless It would be dangerous to attempt to calculate tho actual s'.Z'i of this Interest and Its possi ble effe.-t upon the market. In the Ilrst plae, even granting that there Is a lnrgc sl-ort Interest, there Is tio cer tainty that selling of this kind nas outrun actual liquidation or that even If It ha- ti new spurt of selling fiom abroad will not relieve this condition. The borro'Vlng demand also may pro cced from an artificial short Intel est that has been formed to facilitate this loielgn felling. Selling of this kind would co-respond to the 'seller" trans actions In the bond market. .1 Striking nispirlly. The averages of stock prlres show In a striking way thn opposing tnove ments in the railroads and Industrials. The rail oads are now about " per cent, under the low point of .lime, while the Industrials are not less than l ie. per cent, higher. THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. I'lllL.MiKi.t'lllA. July S. A tw Issues wcr" easier. Cambria Steel and 1'nltcd (las Improvement lost t and Lehigh Navigation and l.'nlon Traction S. Ciamp - Sons was llrm and gained a point. I'lst-wher.' prices were about un changed. Tim summary: Opn- lllzh- I.n- fins- Sales In-- isi est 'i Am.-il Copper ... 7S "2S i"' Am C.-i'i 4JS 1'S I'-S '. if lljld I.o.n . . it ih, 1 Hal. Loco pi IMS 1".' IHS 1"-' ps-.Cambrii .. I l l li ;.l Cinirl Leather . IIS US IIS IIS pl Chi (it We.t . K, l -S 1"S 3-i Ket stone Tel pt IS ." i." tl Lake superior.. !S SS 9 1 HI Le'.llsh Nav. . 7.P, 73S 73 73 IS.-, Mxith Val . . T0 7f., 7-S 7"S l(.l l.elilli Vtl T i( .S ."" 10 M K ft Tetas. .. S S S S la:. Noriliern Central -3S MS JS 3S 3.. N V Ce11lr.1l f!. -., 1101 Petma It It s:s r..s i'S ;; PhiU Kli-f . . st :js as .'3S J.n Prills Ilap T tts si S S S iS'. Itea.lins 73 73 7-'S 7:S W Tminplli llclniont IS IS I 1 I I U -l-niuiiii.il MI11I11J 7 11'-. 7S 7 I IC 7S 5) 1'niim Trsi-tlon . 3JS 3-'S S-'S 3-'S s. I'nllid ii.. Imp 3S '3S 'IS S 33.-. I' i Mfi-1 SS M .'-"a 5'S s-, Weil Jrr A Se.ili is n is is 5 We.imoielaiid CI . soij MS '"S wi, 19) V Cramp & Snn : 63 : ti f.vi Am (las t K .is s4 S; .',, k l.M'10 Hold l.oeo 1st it. 11.1 l": ; 112 pivi citj is "II . 101s 111s 101s 1IS 10 HI Klee I'en Is . 75 '.I 73 75 i03 Inlerslate ltys Is .Is', S 'kS (! U-h Nav rnn ISs !S MS f'SS S il'KD I'a lilt sen P,s '.7S S Vt S IViO I'a Hit i nn ISs V 1WS IMS ICS 1".'S Phlla Klee Is . "J 73 79 7S i''0 I'hlli Ele.- r.s PI 101 im Mi 10). P i It i-t Inyi Is 9IS 9IS US 9 IS iro.) t'n Ity Inv fil si 61 61 DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR. i:. DiviniiND. (ompiny and Term Allance lenity, nunrterly... Stock pfT com pf.1 Pfd pfd pfd Ami 1S 1S Aiuerlciiti coal rrn.iucts.. American Typefnundeis, uuar- terly Aiiierlcnu T pefouiiders, auar- terlv Consolidated Ice, uuarterly DMIIIlliig Co of America, ipiirterly (ireal Noriliern Itallcns, nunrterly Ouantaniini'i Sugar, stock., (iiiantinamo Sugar. Initial. . Ili.rblsnu Walker Itefrarinrles, iiuniterly lint 1 Is Urns, rpiarterl) Mnhuwk Mining New Jersey Zinc, extra Nntth llutte Mining . ., tiiah Consolidated Mining Oklahoma Natural lias iinr- terly IHVini-lNDS PAYAIII Ceniril Smith Auierlian Telegraph, uuarterly IS -7, IS' lS""e 10 16.00 1 s 1 I'll 5 no so' 0e 5uc. pfd Pfd I'' Guaranty Trust Company of New York 140 Broadway Fifth Avenue Branch, 5th Ave. & 43d St. Condensed Statement, June 23, 1915 RESOURCES Real Estate Bond and Mortgages, Public Securities Other Securities Loans and Bills Purchased Cash on Hand and in Banks. Exchanges for Clearing House Foreign Exchange Credit Granted on Domestic and Foreign Acceptances . , , Accrued Interest and Accounts Receivable, $362,368,467.99 LIABILITIES Capital $10,000,000.00 Surplus Fund Required by Law .. $2,000,000.00 Additional Surplus not Re quired by Law 18.000.000.00 20,000,000.00 Undivided Profits 2,214,671.58 Outstanding Treasurer's Checks 8,907,705.74 Accrued Interest Payable 2,154,952.06 Reserve for Taxes and Expenses. 299,189.27 Foreign Accounts 2,771,249.13 Domestic and Foreign Acceptances 35,015,605.40 Deposits 281,005.094.81 $362,368,467.99 Deposits June 30, 1914 $233,882,398 Deposits June 23, 1915 281,005,094 THE BOSTON MARKET. Hosto.s July s. American S5Inc was the most artlve mining share, ruling quite firm. There was little change In the character of trading In the copper rhares. Prices jleldol further on mod erate offerings, but lojees were confined tn narrow fractions. Industrials and rails were dull and featureless. The summary : Open lllsh- Low- Clot S.iles. In, est. est. Inr. I J. Adventure :4 :, ;l, IS?! Alaska .. .. 34 J-, 371, 31 V) Allou. t . M SI St :to Amalgamated .... t:. t:u T'J." Amer 7lnc M", Mli M; MH (1 Aii.voiiiU ... StU 3N 3l. 3IS 3.'i Arizona Cum I't T'j 'i "ti ::, Unite .v li.il . . 3 3 3 3 llmi Itutln & superior. M ;o, to To -".T. Cnlumet & Artt 13'. M K3i 3i ! Cslum. l & lte.-la.WO MO MA im SW Copper n.nite . . SI 34 US MS i:3 t Hutu- t-i, 12s t:, t:s 60 ilranliy .... M,i, v, 141, i'33 (Ireene Cutanea. . 37 37S 3' 3?4 ?j ltclvr tl.l ... .SO .SO M .50 to Isle rtoynle . ... !7 :? 57 ?7 Sto Island Cri-k ... 15 4S 4't Kerr I.akn 4 4S IS IS 75 I.aku 13S 13S US S M)Hufr i, t, is s "I". Mlchican t', IS IS IS V3fl Mohawk . 7S 7V 77 77 VA Nevndi Cnnsol us IIS 14S US im New Arcadian. .. tot Its to, 11 Si Nlpls.tn; 5, l SS 5S 4"i North llutte. .. 31 3! 3"S 31 .V) North Lake SS 3S IS 5S .V) Old Colon .... 3. 3, 3S 34 IS Ol.l Dominion .... 53 53 53 53 TJO Pond Cnek im, KiS lS 1"S u Kay Cnnsol 33 a 33 23 1" Santa Yc 3 3 3 3 71 Shnnnoti vi( S S bS j M jtnry s . 57S 5"S M Ntii.erlor 4 Ilos ! 11-1 55 Suirf-rior CoMn-r . iU !;v au- ?ci. tin Trimly is IS 4i, 4S 4') Tunlumne in .4.1 .40 .40 743 1' 8 Smeltlnir ... 43 43 IIS 41S : V S hmelllnir p(, 4S 4'.S 4.1 4s (OS t'tall Apex 4 4S 4 4S 4M IVyaliilolle 70 .75 .50 .65 It.MI.ROAllS lf Atili TASK s Hoton a Allian 79 Hnetoa Kle iti-d i Huston Sc Me f Fit.-htmrr pt M Maine Central . J. Mi., Kiev pf yl .Missouri I'a.KUv psc N v N A II . 10 Ituilnntl pi . .. t ninn Pacittc. 10 West Had M Ity ', iit yn, KS IT'S 179S 17, 71 71 73 71 .-.o, -t'S 67 67 M 66 : W VJ !3 31 3' .'S 3S JS 3S 61 61 60S W. t 19 19 1 I.-.S t:"S IMS li"-S 63 .t M 61 MIsCKLUINKOl's. 35 Am Air Chem pf 'tp, .moikea 6.'. pja Amer Mir-ir n I Am sus.ir pf .111 Am Tel .v Tel.. . 1.1)1, so Am WoiiUn pt. . sis ." At (llllf Si IV I. . 10 :-.-7 At (iuil & IV 1 pf .-6 :.: Kdison n:s r-l -M as lias . . ss -,) Mass tins pt ... s. 1 N K Telephone ISt .'6 Pullman IMS V -swill Co 113 la; I'nited Krtilt . . l-'US S.'s rniled Mine M . v 113S I' S steel ... 5s S 110NDS. lli'o Am Tel Tel l .1"! A li A IV 1 r.s 6s ,VM K C V s Si M Is 71 S Pl Mass Caa ISs '.'5 P"i I'nil Fruit P?s 'ii 9IS 9P, .'. lf. ill l.'l s-,1, to J6 337S MS 6., MS 65 10s, 111 111 t.S l-'l 10 .'6 3J7', 10 .'6 J371- ss sj 131 IV, 131 IMS 131 15.1 ti:s ii:i 1.T3S 13". ;.i ms 5SS fA! S7 f. 71S 17 6S T1S 6. 71S !'l IMS !IS THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. Boston, July S. The closing H.iaton curb bid and atked iUotntlons : Hi. I Askrd .0 !- 1.00 3 s: Alvarado Hay Male Cos IW-nIo liiimham Ilohemla Ilostnii K.lv Untie -jud I.uudnu Caliifr.s Champion Copper Chid Consolidated drier New Cnniella Consnlnl.itril Allrn-ia Consolt.lali-tl Copper Crown Hes-rve Ii.ivl. Il.ll) . . Kale nnd IllueWII First National Copper .. Ilou.-htou Iron llloesnm La Hose Maifstlc McKinlev Dirruh .Mexican Metals Mines o America New Hall In Nevada Unuclas Ohio Copper Onpco .. . stewart Mining Plan Metals I'tuted Yerde P.xtcnsinn Yukon Onld 7W .10 sS -3 IS 0s 1 1-16 30 7 M .40 V. t 12-16 60 IS IS IS 6, IS l, 4S .17 54 61 31 33 :s II IS ! f 16 .50 .4 VS 3 .45 16 IS :s 3 4S 4 11.16 34 4S 4S :s SUSINESS TROUBLES. nAi'ltllL LnillKL. men's furnishing gonde, 301 Knurth avenue, made an as ilgniuent tn Ilanlel Urantle A petlilon In htnkruptey was utsn tiled against her as Itay l.elbel liv creditors Liabilities said to be 110,000. asM-ls, 1 1. "OA Mrs. Itachel Lelbel Is tlie wife nf Jacob Llle1 who was a dealer In men's fur nishing goods at 304 Knurth m-emie nnd who Ins lieen In the bankruptcy courts twice The last petition llli.l agxlnsl him was In October 19. J9I4 lie made an ntfer nf compromise al CO cents on the doMar. which was ref.ri.-il to Sei inin Miller, teferee In binkruptcy, and Is still P'-inllng On Ihe ttrst petition nn p.-. emliei 19. 1907, he made a compo sition nf 50 cents on the dnllar llilllT li KI.OYH, meelianlr.il dentist, 357 Hlghth nwMiue. tiled i petition In bankruptcy, liabilities, It, 791. assets, f 1 3 7 He tnld tlie tnurt that lie had been sulTrtlng frnm pulnionnry luberrii. Insls fnr Ihr'e vents, which latised him In leuve work frnm two to four month! esiry y.ar. ati-I that for I lie past year he had been troubled with tlstula. lie said that he had bet-nnie Impuierislied and wiia illrtbte to nl tile fees. HANS ii ilrnOan 72 Washlngtnn rVpure Snutli. a designer nnd maker of small metal de ci . Hied n p.-tnn In bank ruptci, ll,ililllte, Jl.320. aset, f3. con sisting of i patent fur a gem selling tmtihlne. mid a half intor.st In a patent can spnut llilhkruptiM heiliiles. PITTSIll'llllll CON't'ttACTINll COM PANY. 17 ll.utcrj pl.icc. schedules shnw liabilities of (799.133. with 1100.39 cured and nominal Hnseti nf $177. OS:', luiialsllng uf asulgnuicnts tn tlie Lib- London Office, 33 Lombard St., E. C. $2,765,007.68 274,350.00 13,692,557.34 47,932,939.57 145,256,333.64 64,229,610.45 8,703,356.05 42,978,984.17 35,015,605.40 1,519,723.69 niJPORT OK TIIK CONDITION OK TIIK EMPIRE TRUST COMPANY at the close of business un the 33rd day of June, 1915: itHSOritCt:!'. Plnck and bond Investments, via.: Public securities (book aliie, 11. HII. Oil. 6-1. market value Private securities (honk II. 616,333.11 ! value. I3.79,v69.l6), market value Real estate owned Mortgage owned l.nans and discounts secured by Pond and inortgaKe. dee.! or other real estate (..lluteral Lnans and discounts secur-it by other collateral Loans, discounts and bills pur chased not secured by col lateral 1.731,347 S63.32!. 191. 7S? 79S.0I7 .707.191 :.3'i"t.l 3. Oterdrafts Due rrnm apprneil resere ileposl- tarles less uniount of off sets H. .111. MS. "I Due frnm trust companies, Pinks and hankers nnt Inrludeit In preceding Item. 1 S33.92S.75 17S 111 :oi.:j:, Specie United States legal tender notes and notes of national banks Kederal reserve notes Cash Items Other assets, viz.: Kurntture nnd fixtures I36.9S0.I3 Advanced to trusts, etc . . . 70.S4t.33 Due frum Lon don om.-e . 16.004 16 Accrued Interest entered on books at close of husineis nn ahne dale . . :i:,lS.l Accrued interest tint entered on bunks at close 391, 70S ( 16.1100 ( 3.61S.; of business on above .late . . . 6S.049 43 104,394 16 Total I29.3S6.599 60 LiAIIILlTILS. Capital stock 11.500,000 00 isurpiue on marKet vaiue; Surplus fund L350.ooo.oo Undivided prnnts 153.762 s 1,403 762 1 Surplus on book value ILI0S.ls2.37 Deposits: Preferred, as fol- low s ue New York Mate Savings Hanks .... 1.231. 20 3! Other deposits due as executnr. a d mlnlstrator. guardian. re. reiver, trustee. cnmnilttee or depositary . . . 724,741 71 Deposits by the State of New York . 2IS.O00.00 Deposits by the Superintendent of Rinks nf State of New York S22.177.71 Other deposits I pnstal a v- tngsl secured by a pledge of assets . . . 22.JS0.66 Nm preferred, as fnllnw s- Deposits sub ject to check 16.3.11,650 22 Time deposits, certificates and other deposit the payment "f which cannot legallv t,e re. uulre.l within thlrtv days .'.497.024.63 Demand certifi cates of de posit 16J.434.1 4 Other certificates of deposit S6S.65I 73 Cashier's .hecks outst indlng. In cluding similar cherks of oilier 'dicers 1 1.507 0 Due trust com panies, banks and bankers , 3.71 4,775.77 Total deposits !.:t.55 6s iitner iisoiuties, viz : , deserves for taxes, expenses, etc, I27.I2S.22 Accrued Interest entered on Imnks at close of biislness nn ahne due 124,701 63 Accrued Interest not entered nn books at close nf buslneis on abnte date. . . . 39,011 19 115.111 74 Total .. . . l29.3kO.S9t 60 rty National Hank. J3.10.00O. whlih may nnt be applied tn the liquidation of Its debts suits against Ihe city nf New- Ynrk, 1106, S36, fnr ti.ilali.es (or wnrk done nn water supply eintr.uls. ace. Hints. 17.097. and plant In New York cits. 11.000 nLINIsHOHN PHOTO I'LAVS Cllltl'l llt.. TION. 110 West I'nrtlelb street, sehed ulea show liabilities of t26.'.i'H anil as sets of t5t,1M, consisting nf stock at inullim picture each inges, Jor,s7. nm chlnery and llxtliree. J.' 335. lithographs and posters, fil.0113, jc.-nunls, f.'.tl7s, cash In bank, S2ss, che. k. S3! AHHAHAM I' I'KltLSTIHN. tnaniifac turer nf dresses. Ill West Twemv. seventh street, s.hedllles show IMdliltc of $20. .'36, and assets nf unknown value In stuck, flxture. machinery and nc cnunts in the hands of tlie astlKtirc ItCHshlgniiients, NATHAN I. ItADKIt. who did business as the Hamilton Slate Compati). IS lirand street, nnd made an assignment on May 12, has had his assets reassigned to him. COTTONSEED OIL. The offerings of oil svrte small for u period, but renewed lliulda!lun de veloped and further (lecllneK svete regis, tered. Vitein houses cruitliiiii'd to sell. neprcsslou in i-nttnn had Hrntt nieiilnl effect, at, did the general nervous ness over tlie political sltuatliin. Closing Pres. nrlcen .lose Spot Jul) Sept. niher. Deccniber , ,, . 6 nod a 07 ii oi , . . . C 00'i 11,04 (.04 . , . . 6 :oi( ii 31 6 2 I ... 6.306.36 .37 In the Heart of Condition on June 23, 1915 Capital . . $ 1,250,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Earnings 1,231,984.55 Deposits . . 25,154,244.63 Total Assets . 27,884,015.39 Arrangements may be made for interest on deposits. Trustee for Personal Trusts Safe Deposit Vaults FIFTH AVENUE & 36TH STREET, NEW YORK AMALGAMATED COPPER COMPANY 42 BROADWAY NKW VOBK. July t. tits. To the Ktnikhnlders nf the Amaliamaled Copper Companyi The statulnrv proceedings for the dissolution of your rompanv hae lieen com ple'eil. and IIih ilisirlbullnn of the assets can no be made 1111 ihe basis statert In the rlrrular Utter Issued tn yuii on May th, H15. hs the terms of which earn holder of one share of stock of the Amalsamati-d Copper Company will rcile one share ot the new Issue of stuck of Uih Anaconda Copper Mining Company, of Ihe par saluc of ISO per share and a casb dlitrlbutlnii. In order to make this distribution, the transfer books nf ihe company lll lie rinally closed on Jtilv 11, ln.at I! o'clock ninin, and, i-omnii-ncltnf on August 10, I-.I.1, at to o clm k A M stockholder. usin stirri-iiderlnit their i-ertincales of slock at the iKIici of the company, duly transferred In Plank, ulll be entitled In r.-cclui the cash and err tlllcaics for Anaconda stock that may he dlslrubulable to them. MncLholders sli:natun- should hae guarante. of assignment by a New York or Huston stock KM'lianae llrm. or an Idi-nttncatlon of the signature of the usslgnnr l.v -.n otr.cer of a well known bmk .r trust compam or the acknowledgment nf the assignors signature ! fnr a notary piilillc uiicbr seal 'III-.'KS M( IMt llMlt .SUM K MI.I. IIK IHS. I I. II (I.M.V t S I (K'KIIIII.IILItS OK ItKCtlltll A T CI. KM: SIC IllSl.NLSS (IN Jl'l.l III, 11M.1. Ily order o the Chicago.Burlington&Quincy Railroad Company Denier Extension Foir Vet Cent. Bonds, Due Pebruary 1, 1923. SLAI.IID Pltul'OSAI.ft addressed to thi undersigned at Its ofilce, 135 Utvonihire Street. Huston, Mass, and eiidursed ion outside of envelope) "Proposals tu sell C 11. H (J It H. Co. Denver Vlxtenilon 4ri lb. nils" WILL IIK IlKi'LIVKD UNTIL NOON OK THURSDAY July 15. 1915. for the sale uf abole-tiained bonds to the Trustee. TO AHSOItll TIIK SUM OK ONE HUNDItKD AND KM'TY-KIVE THOU SAND. KOUn HUNDItKD AND SBVUNTY KOU(t DOLLAItS AND THIltTY IT.NTS 1 1155.474 JO I. OH ANY PAHT THKltKOF. In acconlanse with the agreement datad De.embtr 1. Mil Prnpasits wl',1 be opened and sueeeMf'lt bids declared July 15. !91S. AND INTCH EST ON ACCKPTUD BONDS WILL CEASE July 16, 1915. Ihe New England T rust Company TRUSTEE Hy JAMES ! HOOI'Elt. President Honor. Mass.. July 1. 1915, DIVIDEND-. .ND INTKItl'.sT. The Ballimort It Ohio Railroad Co. oKI'li'K iK Tin: sr.i itKTAnv Ha tliunre. Md July s 1915 The Hoard ot Dire 1 .r In. lay de. iare.1 from the net eimlngs of the Company (or the six months en I lune 10 1915. a divi dend of Two iJ' l'er Cent nn the Preferred Sto-k "f the Company pay side September 1. IMS to the stockholders of re. ord at the 1 inse nf business nn July 31. lyr- The Hoard also de. lared from the surplus earning nf tlie cnnipiny a dividend of Two .ml one half JS Per Cent on the nnitnon stock nf the Company, payable September 1. 1915. to the stockholders nf remrd it the .lose of business on July 31 1915 The transfer bonks will not . inse. C. W WOOl.KOItD. Se. retary UNITED FRUIT COMPANY DIVtDF.NIt Nil. (II. A quarterly ills blend of two per cent on the i-iplta: stoi k nf thts Company has been de, lared. piyahle July 15th 1915. at the ortlie nf the Treasurer 131 state Street, llostnn, Mass. to stoi kimlders nf record at the elnee of business June I'th 1915. CHAHLKS A HUHHAKD, Treasurer. MMHOAltD Alii LINK HUI.WAV. Pise Per Pent, djiistnienl Mortgage l.nld II. .mis. The Semi annua' Instalments nf Interest on this Cn-npany s ,d nistment llnnds am.iuntln! tn .''-j'i : " represented by CiMipnn ns i and 27 tor II- -0 eat h, r: be inld on m.l after August 1. 1915. at ihe oltl.e of Mesrs Ml l lr .1 Co. Nn 24 Hroad Stree New York MMHIllltD lli LINE IIAII.IIAV, lit I) i- POItTI'.iil'S. se.relary. New York Jane illll. 1915 The (iranb.i Pnns.dl.lated Mining, Smelting A Power 4 .... Limited. Notbe Is hereb glleli tint at a meeting of the Hi ,.rd of Directors held in this city on June 1 5th, 1915. a dividend uf IS'e was de. lared from net earnings of the Compam p.i utile August 2nd. 1915. tn sin. khi ters of re. nnt at 3 P M July 10th. 1115 The tr Ulster bnnks will not he closed. NilltrllltuP KoWI.lllt. Seiretar). New 1 ork. Jill 9th, 1915 llltllltV.Y Tltl'ST COMPANY. NKW (1HK .It'LV STII. 1915 The llniitil of lllrertors of this cntnpall)' ha this day declared a Quarterly Dividend nf one and one-half per ent payable August 2nd, 191,'-, to stm kholders of rei urd at the .lose nf business July J 1st. 1915 Transfer brinks wl'l . Inse at 3 u'elOi k P M July -1st IJI'i and reupen at 10 in link A M August 2nd 1915 .IIIIIN . II. IIEIHiPN, s.-.retar... Liv.- St.icl. Market. Tlll'HSDAV. July s ltecelpts nf beee were I. Ill head. In cluding SS nits fnr Ihe market. There was no irode of Importance In live .altle The feeling was rated steady. Dressed beef was In fair demand and tlrm at U'S 'IMS' fur 111 dtessed native- sides, a little extr. beef euld at 15i. Itei-elpts nf laln-s were 169 head, all fur the in it ket I'rbes were firm un enn tlnuetl light receipts Cuinmnn to prime eals sold at 9iifl2 per ion lbs culls al $7 501 v grassets and skim milk iitlves mixed at i. 50 I'll) dressed veals were llrm at l.'.tlISc, with a few selling at ISSc, country dressed higher at US'I 16 c- ltecelpts of sheep and lambs 2.747 head Im 'tiding 5 tars for tlie- market Prices were rated steady for bnih sheep and lambs, and the pens were cleared Cmn muil to gnnd sheep tewesl enhl at f t f, 75 per loo lbs , wethers at 16 ss, enm tunn to prime lambs at Is 50i n 40, a few eoll!uKH at 50 Dressed 111 11 1 1 nil Head) at '."ii lite . with best wethers sell ing as high as Hi , dressed laiuhs In moderate .li-ni.in I at lJmi7',c. a few hop ilreesed al ISc Itecelpls nf lings were .1,136 head. In eluding half 11 1 ir fnr the market Prices higher with sales nl S,si Is 35 r iou llis,, light rough! sulci M ti. the Shopping District Board of llln-i-tors. A. II. M KLIN, Secretary. till IDL.MIs, ,M INTKHKST. tsarlngt Hanks. 1NCOK I'OKATKII IS37 THE Brooklyn Savings Bank PIE RREPONT A CLINTON STS. New Entrance 300 Fulton St. INTEREST AT TIIK HATE OF 4 Per Cent. Per Annum trllt lie credited to deoosllnrs .lulr I. 191.1 (pii)Hble on and after Jul.i -.'til, on all sinnsi entitled tliereto. Deposit made un nr before .lul Hull will draw Interest frnm .lul 1st. : t t t t (HUM LI. I. IIADIIKN. President. LAI III -s l I IIIN. C.iiiipirnller Alt! Ill II I . HAUL, ( ashler. CIIAs. (. PI r VI It, Asst. Ciitnplriiller. THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK Comer 8th Avenue X- 42d St. 10?th ront-cutlv f tm-anntiM tllvlJenrt h.i" t,-i Ut .tre-l at thv nto nf Thro .ncl ttiic-h.i.f IVr 'Vnt jMr .itinuia on ait um enltitel tlirto from t. to 1 3.000, pjyab. on .inl .ftr J my 'j Ifpnllf Hindi' nn nr heforr Itir Kith of Jul ultl drau lntfrcr.1 frnm the Ut. Amount tint' tjtnttnri. K73,RIfi.:t;!i U3 Miriilun, itiurKct tnliiro . . I,. I3.K1I.13 Win li C"iik in. rre-slileiit 11 W Nordill, .t .et.rciary (i K H l . N A V I N ii II A .S K in thi: t iT r m;u okk, ( or. -till Air, und I Itli Mm-1, t w Vork. Jiint 7 l!S Intriit ut th rat of I uiir (U prr rntnni r Minimi w 1.1 be -r i potsltort. lor th il inontli ntUni: lur.c Jlrt, in, nn nil ii im tuti i. t1)irfio tin! r th Ilv-.ini nni rf.Iin thr thouani1 t f 2.000 Pn1Urt .im! ulll bo pjab1 on ami after Inlv 2tt pipAiih m-vl un or bfnrs- .luiv 1 Ath, 131 i. will ilrnu lniir' frnm July lit. IMS. Al.rHi:!- IIOKI l'reHJent. A KOIMM.I' Treamrer NEW HAVEN SUIT DISMISSED. .Nn tirnnnil fnr l.-tlon fiiiind In Hll-',(l(lll.lllMI rnsr, IPiFTriS, ,Iul S - The Supivine f'niirt dlnilllsed llle lOL'.llilll.OIMl Mill ti(,Mll!. the Ness- I In von t-.-iilio.nl :iiul It? ill leilnrs sslio seised lietvsee-i 1901 ft its) KMili t . . -. 1 . i In an opinion vvliii-li h.i .il . "The :i'l.'u:itloiiK of tile l.ill do not Khnvv reiison.ililo itppllo.itiiui to the ill revtnrt. tn Institute pro, ee Hups, to rr-i-ovor tile losaen inferred to. imr f.t.tt hIh'U-ihk that u. Ii applU-.ition n.uild lliis.- lieen n.-les " Tho null wax liriillKht liy tlie e-l.itn of Olo Hull VniiKhaii of West l.eliainui. .M. , on liehnlf of iii.noniy stn.-kholdi rs to lio! I tho .lit I't-tors peteotially li.ilne for iilleBed illrir.il .tlld iuiivim' expi'iidlttne of l.ii'Ke Minis of inline) in iiriiiit Ihk hlemiiNlilpi.. .'.till hti.-et nnd edi-titu r:ul rnadn for the New Haven FISH SUCCEEDS STUDEBAKER. Hi oiiuirii I linlrniiui uf ( nrp.irn lion's) lloiiril, l-'rrilerlck S. Kli.il vv,u elios.-ti eh.lr lil.tti of tile lioitd nf dlrcotoit. of tlie Sttideliakor ('oipor.ttinii j cslei day lo NUm oil J M .Studeli.ikei-, rented , It. I-l cKliir-. w ho hail heen l c-preldent lllld tli'.IMIIel', WUK elei ted ili'sdeil olid IV l" II. inch w,u made lie inner, dtln-i iilllc.-t s were I ei let-ted. It In Maid t.iat Hit.- war nrderi. of the i-ompany ii-n-heil thus fat- .iniount to more than 12 i.nnn.iinii and thm iu, coiiii.iiiy li.i.s ..Hoii.uim depoflts In b.lllkl-. FINANCIAL NOTES. Ttis .lltiin Kpl,.sHi I'ninpint hns so.d to John lirunliam t'n. wuit. W.ld to. and Hiivtii. illne .it t' I i.niRiion :, per eent cold notes, tn .. i u r I n s, rihrii.uj I.'.. 1 0 1 rt I'redirlik II. Tate mil N'nili.m Dm. Mcllki It Ituve li.-en elfeleil nietnt, rs of if New Vork sinu i:ih mi: Ilsiijomln II 1 1 rv .i ti ,lr nl L,,j.in , Hryuti, his lieen eletted lo iiieiuiiersiiip in Hit. Now -I--.k . WEATHER FORECAST Washington I-rcdlctioiis for To-tiny ami To-morrow. Tor eastern New Vork and southern New Tngland, fair I11.1U. it n.t tn.niiirriiirl miMlerate lemperutiirel fresli In sirens "eslerly nlnds. Knr northern Nen Kngland. clearing and somewhat warmer '..-d.ij- tn.mnrrow fair, fresh to strong westerly wind Knr New Jersej, fair and moderate tem perature to. day and tn-tnnrrnn moderate, northwest wind, hecnmlng sanit.ie. Knr western New York, fair in-. lay and prolnlny tn morrow ruslng 1. nip-raiure, moilerite viirlible winds Saw YOIIK, Jul P - The etnrin which was central our Nebraska nnd Iowa on W'eilnesiliy mni.., easiward to a central nier Uv,( Virginia rst.r,lay, causing Ihun-lerHorms and general rains nier the I seuthrrn lake reg'one, tlie Ohio Valley, mmnie Atlantic states and N. w llnclsnd. The rainfall wa hraiy at a number of points In the ulib. Valley Th pressure was tinnleritely high over the north central nnd tlie Un f states t.nd generally low elsewhere. Showers occurred In lh Northwestern States, but In the Si.uthwst generally fair weather prevailed. It was warmer In the Southern and the Atlantl. States, except New lliigland, and cooler In the north central htates and lake regions In this t.i id, ,iaJ. tt,, cloudy with showers in the afternoon and evening! little change In ti iup raiure , wind, light to frtsli enutheast, aserage humidity, 5 per cent , barometer, irr. rted to re id to le Unel, at A, .., :;.sj. 3 1'. M., !9.S7, The tcmperolure In this city jesterday, as teconlcd by the orilclal tlicriuoiucter, Is ihown In the antieietl table. Inl5 lot 1 101.1 lot 4 OA.M . . m" 73' BP M . 'V 1'' 13. M t'-'l' 7S' up . . m 73 3 P. M 7ll' 70 13 Mid . I!3' 70 lllgheat temperature, 73', at 1 . ,M, Lowest temperature, (3', at (1.30 1'. M. MARINE INTELLIGENCE. JtlMATtlltK ALMANAC. AMI I'M AM Sun rlf...4 37. Sun sets....7..12, Moon rtOTi....l.61 111(111 WAT EH THIS DAY. All1 AMI AM -andyll'k..&.3lnor.I.I.. .B.ttn, Hell (lts 7,53 LOW WATKIl THIS DAY. ., AM' AMI All Sandyll k 11 :s flov.lsl . i: 11 Hell nt....l,S5 Arrlsed-Tlll ltSDAY, July V Ss Ouant.inamo, l.; A M , Proireso. July 1 Ss Inoa. j A M llltelv-.l. June (7. 5s Llama K'-IO A M L'nnenh.iien, Junsi 2t. "s Fair llavrn. i A M . Mars. dies. June 14. Ss Innie. :,.3n A M M Mphirls, June .: Ss Kins llledilvn. 1 ir. A M Havre June it. Ss Itemier. l-t.l A M Alsltrs. June ts Ss losnd. ., A M (5n tntati imo. June ;.' Ss Creole, it & A M . New orle ins, June :J. Si Zantora. s A M . 11 irrovv iti Fnrnesi, Jutm 17 s.rnr,n,i. !.. A M . Ottisr.-i. June :7 Ss Alnilrante. a:.-:, p M KlniMnn. July 3 Ss Times, 1 p M . Havana Jnl S S Sal.ine. i r. A M Mnldleslirniuli. June Hark Cnlnnel de Vulchols. 3 A -M , Lntt. don. Juiii. I Ss nl fnil. Pnrt Arthur. M:i si S flies i pea ke, ! -.1 A M . Il.lliniore. July 7. OU1UOIMI srKAMSHtlM. Sail lo-lay. Mill (.lose. F Luekenhach. fsn Franeisto Jftftriou. Norfolk Vessel, Mall I nn p M iitp a Sail Tn mnrro-c Kspatne. Honleattx 12 on M St Louis Liverpool . s an A Stampaha. N.il'Ii s ... s i A Yerotia. Naples Klorttcl, New f nil ni I l.l in I. 7 .10 A Ilavena, Has na x ii A Kratices. S'to Pomttuo.. s 3i A Coamo. Sou Ju.in s ju , Metapan. Port Linion ! an A Saramats'a, JnmaK.i ... 9 30 A Verdl. llahia. . .. to oo A 'Auisin, Cnsinhil 1 1 5.1 A 3 '! P M i: i m i:tvi i II ti M 11 "1 A M 11 to A M i:1 M lino M 12 nn M t: un M 1 3 P M t . jt ; -si m I- ii M I nn p Jj 1 IM J 1 p m 3 P M 3 00 M 4 i I' M liavamnii. in Jttan l'rnleus Nt-w Orleans i.amp.isis. Tampa I nine Jai'k in. lie Hituiltnn. Norfolk Kl Mundo, H ilsi stim sanlia;o Hrunswiek Ml Mnndiv July 1; Atluiui P:rius I.N COM! Ml HI i:MSKIIM Itw Tt-tl iy. Dlhcllo Mlil.Iip-lir-iph Lutetian IIoupii tune: II June 2 June it .tune l June 3j June ij .June jj .Juae ji .June w lulv I JUIle J, 1 M)i)t i lie di la Kfunlon l.iitt: liown. . . atMitu.t Atf . . llilia.lflphl.Hi .. t'umof ti. . . , Sin Mar hum) Uru Panama Tapujoz Kl Ch - tilfnti? Kl IMko . jin Jatinto . .I.t'l.ilon ..Maisolllrg . . , . . Durtu uutti .. . I'llMh't . , . l.l'ltllull ..Lmifli'ii ..VUtom J' U'Ml lilf l'l n u'lt.i . . . rr.iiul N w Orle.m . ;ititto:i .. , ti.ilvminn . . ti ilitori .Ltt Utoiw tllc -n .ninnh .. .. July July July July JUIV Amp thiv City u( m Ju! July Louii ! naltio I.nrrinn) C.'il.'ibrt i Uiltialtrir lf.-ili.mfmll . . . l-.iit r.iihut Humor .ty M un- . .'rhino . Hull II K'lu-n-c U Hull . . . Novailnn rmnhn . TViim in .. . . Hin .l.timirn Malum Tnhhlnl Ap-i'-he . Ja kmvlllo . Dur unl.v, ,Iul 11. IVul I iwinixil I'nti.iM 'H r.'inc . .. itthcittar ..... ' Nortt AnifnUi , Tho!" F.iscluinl ... Mord.iux , Knttrr.l.irn .. . Aionmouth I A rv l-ar i July 1 June '.u June : June 2 .June 2H June y, .lulr 3 June 25 July .) July 7 July 1 .June .VI June .s June ) July 3 June is July S t'ltj nfiaiinih n inn.ih .., lll.-.ioilni; Vessels II j Wlrelell, s -s'.uia ruiltut. H.ll.oa was . a miles nortliiMst oi t'nldii at s p , j.terdav ' .s .ui .lii-mto t.-ilve-tnti was .tn. miles i south nf s-indj Hnolt .'it nnnn .vesterdny I s (! til ft ti. i Port Arthur was .1 -i mile ' souili ot vmd.v Honk at noon vestir.li ie. llrilhatit Port Arthur was .Al miles nortliwe-t of lortiuis at noon vfst.rdij ss I'd sol (. ilv. stoti wns ..1 miles north wist nt Tnrluirii" at 1 I' 11 vesterdav J ss Tupil i s...tttie wis isi nnl.s nnrth of i Jupiter at nnnn jcterdav S Ip-ielle .l;ii-lssnti die wis 11 miles nnrth I of Jfo-ksnilv 'He bo nt T P M iesterdav I - --'it-iinii I) indee w,. .e. nine .-ast nf Anit.ros-- ' Inline t T " M v-slenli) i s Kl Mhi li.itvesloti er.is-e I (I dvestnn I liar it I M vesterd tv s (.'nnius New Cl:-li n was i" miles nnrth Iwist ut Toit'Wis .it : I 11 jesi.rday S Cltv ot t l.n.lls - tv inn-ill wis 131 mile south ol Mmly Hook at nnnn vester i 'In Kl Ors-Ulellle r.nlvestnn w is LSI I null' ' south nl s.-Hn!v llnnk it Iinon 31-sterihy. Ar..p nine J.11 .isinsuie w - si tnu-s snnth ni Sandy llnnk at i 1' M .vesterdty Artnv nnd Nnss Orders. WASIIIN.i rt in. Inn -These irmy or. tier. vvere lssaed t 1 P.. First I.lein I" It Teirelt Infantrs, r lleved from Kemp-' Miliary S'hnnl, It.i-onlile Mo Flrsl Lieut II 1. Watson First r.tv. ali-v. trout Veltow stone park to his refit ment I. lent -i".d 11 M Morrow, from JutK adv-o.-ate ut Hastern Itepartm mi- in JiiIks advoiate I'hllipiiue ) pa." inetit These navv orders were issusd . ..,.lr t It ll,.l.ln n.,11, . A,.n.m.S I nf the Atintpolls to N'av. Ilepar'nieiit ! I'oninii.iiilel A ' K-tvtnauh rr.,,11 re- . rulHrts siatluii. Iloeton, t tiiiiinid tn Ann .pells Idem I) A Mellldt ff. from the Pidu. .all to i'ortsnioiiili var.i 1,1. lit I I H.JIlk'l-lihlp fl'-lli rtt st.itlnu. 111jltltl. t-i .11 ire 1-latil . .- I llos.-ilients of Nil 1 11 1 l.-ssel. V le'lllNilTuN .lulv s . (Iri-rKl.. New Hampshire, ' Nel.t.iska an 1 r. pair ship I'r arrived at Newport tenders .-l-ntoni.i nnd sulun-trlne 1 i md hi .'rlstnli il . Ie. at IPihlon. desttn.vsr llel-l l.lRhl. t.-imleiat Whis-nnis n T pnw h.itiiu .1 .ar liner s H.. Aietltusa at . 'Ii iri. -t'-ii . ..-..ler Tlt-ur.iu . unlit- -.1! i'. trei ,.t Ni The deslr-i i-rs e'tew tr. P l.reltle and I'eirv have s.il'ed illeiin for Shu l-'iinitsi-i l-l't, s.oirl and di.-i ri n i n ip I .'I tin i ,1 ill-- r N . . i 1 1 i , i ' tor .-.in IHrii.i lr-( i v - I l.tll.in. It. It I f I li I-, n ' .1 Sew t , 1 fl will Sail lOeK . ! .- '. I ,i Il!l't!hlp 's'llil. Hid 1 ' In r h u 1 !. . em t u . 1 I r I t Ft es. hi at llo,., .11 up. II t u 1 uiksi h. II. ..1 at .1 . e , -1 . ,1 .1 'lies, tt-oii sin -ii p- M . f 'I I . Ll I II I I.I f I 11 n. n - '"i-n