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. THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915.
11 COTTON IS STEADY IN HARROW MARKET Spiling lli'.xl rifted by High Toiiil'i'ni tares in t'nrts of i::itern Holt. UNO ISEAItTSU If rl tvas ln Ire ' Ml Jfl '' r-.-' ' .v - . ! moderately netlve yes i t'..e extreme range of prices !,'. Ill splto of the prevail iveiMier thero wan a Heady ,i! d pilots made n small net day. cd I. glit showcru fell over por- jf,M of the i-oiitluvM-t and central Tt.i.tJ 1 ' is'hk some local selling, utii I the r'"'. i -ut.ee of temperatures around ion i im in t e Atlnntle States wns eno!i '" f"ic some hesitancy on tho fart of the bear party. The plant , tfcroui iul tl'o whole eastern belt Is! full of s.ip 'id It la felt that deterlorn- t on '-'ou'.d bo very rapid If a prolonged I fei."d t dry, hot weather net In. Tlie .-pcilal reortH to tho Journal of , Com nfc Iml.cate that deterioration lias not been heavy during July In Alu- , Umi. Miss.Mippl ami Florida. Boll , weevils :iav been numerous ln Ala- i lima and Mississippi, but are not doing much d image Iltnprovement Is re-1 ported, and as a result farmera have ; teen al'le to conibit successfully tho re. suits of the h'.ivy rains earlier In the irMith Potit.ment throughout the market roritlmtes bearish and while ring opera tors admit the possibility of occasional rallies thorn Is no general disposition to look for anything but a sagging mar ket The ur-ual stress Is laid upon tho proximity of the new crop movement which will begin In considerable volume during tho next thirty days. For the next few days the market Is expected to continue Irregular, with the trade marking time prior to the publlca- , tion of tho cotton crop condition report next Monday. Futures cloed steady. n.,.n. tilth. T.nu. Cloi. Prev. I ret. ins CIUSV. ti.M !.(9fi9.10 l.Mffl.Ol !'.3i f.r.ii 9.3:19.33 474T Guaranty Service XII Far Eastern Business We have adequate facilities for the handling of commercial business with the Far East. This service includes: (a) Financing merchandise shipments to and from far eastern points; (b) Furnishing credit information on foreign individuals and Grins; (c) Affording access to comprehensive knowledge of conditions, trade oppor tunities, etc., as furnished by our over sea correspondents. We shall be glad to serve those having busi ness with the Orient. Guaranty Trust Company of New York 140 Broadway Fifth Avenue Branch, 5th Aft. & 4M SI. Capital and Surplus, London Office, 33 Lombard SU E. C. - $30,000,000 $3,500,000 The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway Company Dated July 1, 19U FIRST MORTGAGE 5 PER CENT. BONDS, SERIES "B" Due July 1,19U Interest payable on January 1 and July I, in the City of Sew York Bonds are in coupon form of the denomination of St,ooo and way be registered as to principal only. Coupon bonds exchangeable in the principal amount of $:,ooo or of some multiple thereof for registered bonds without coupons. Coupons and registered bonds interchangeable. CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. TRUSTEE Now outstanding, including the present issue, 9,000,000 To be issued, from time to time, for a face amount equal to the cost of double tracking and for additional terminals, betterments, improvements, etc., under the terms of the mortgage, .......... 11,000,000 Total authorized issue, $20,000,000 Anruat.. tviober. Pei Jantmy. Mirch. . Mar. B.d. Inc. s e: 5 "J 9 13 t.M 9.35 eat. 9.1 .4'l 9.V) ,7-i 9.97 MM 9.4K19.I2 9 9.t:j9.: 9.mjs.? 9.90 9.9389.95 9.S939.90 I NORWALK STEEL CO, 4H FIRST MORTGAGE GOLD BONDS DUE Jt'LV 1ST, lstfl Intereat guaranteed by CRUCIBLE STEEL COMPANY by Indorsement on each coupon. CRUCIBLK STEEL CO. ALSO HOLDS AN OPTION TO PURCHASE THESE BONDS AT ANY TIME BEFORE MATURITY AT 10. WE OFFER $35,000 OF THESE BONDS AT fi?l.0 lO FLAT "pot cotton at New torn was o ihwhb advance, at 5.10. Southern spot markets were unchanged, with New Orleans 8.63, Galvtstuti S '0. Savannah S.S0, Houston t Aucmta 8 33 and Memphis S.S2. Tib New Orients mnrVcet closed ' ready. Pr..'es were: I . .. Open- HI ah- Low. Clos- Prev. U?,..., . ... "5. '.V. . S? . ? ' October January. 9..T9 9.31 9.77 .3ti9.M 9.Mcj9.:i T'le Liverpool market opened easier. There was fair demand In spot cotton. .th middling unchanged at 5.13d. Sales Konn bales. I'llces nt Liverpool closed steady j.ow. cios. rrev. est inar. close. S.0S i.M i :-i i.a t.: S.JiC, 1.3m 6.39'i S44 5.I3S S.H1! I Llxerpool were: March. "9. TO. Ortoher. 9 11: January. !.)). The market thrre N due to openj- to-'ay to 1 points advance. Ite.eipts nnd stocks were: lie. irlpts. jenr. :i i.T9i Jl 11 CARL H. PFORZHEIMER & CO. 25 Broad St. Phonas 4860-1-2-3-4 Broad Naw York We summarize as follows from a letter of Fairfax Harrison, Esq., President of the Southern Raihcay Company, copies of which tve shall be ylad to furnish upon request: Th Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway ia operated by the Southern Railway Company under a perpetual leaae, under which the Southern Railway Company agreea to pay intereat on The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway Company debt aa conatituted from time to time and dividenda of 9 per cent, on The Atlanta At Charlotte Air Line atoclu The property of The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway Company, upon which theae bonda are secured by a firat mort gage, conatitutea that part of the Southern Railway main line extending from Charlotte, N. C, to Atlanta, Ga., a diatance of 263 milea. The original conatruction of The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line was completed in 1873. Dividenda at the rate of not leaa than S por cent, annually have been paid on ita atock aince 1882. Its groaa corporate income available for chargea in 1915 waa fl,891,000, ita intereat chargea $247,300, and ita other deductiona from income, largely hire of equipment, were $805,000. Ita aurplua after preaent chargea (excluding dividenda) ia materially in exceaa of the maximum intereat on the entire authorized mount of the mortgage, including the bonda not yet aold, without taking into account the increaaed traffic and increaaed income incident to the proviaion of double-track and the economiea of operation resulting therefrom. The proceeda of theae $3,500,000 bonda are to be uaed for doubletracking of and Improvements on part of the mileage cov ered by theae bonda. The remainder of the bonda authorized are to be iaaued only to a face amount equal to the coat of completing the double-tracking of The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway, for additional terminala and to provide for bettermenta and additiona to the property covered by the lien of the mortga'ge. Under the terma of The Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line mortgage pro. viding for the double. tracking of the mileage of that Company, financial arrangementa are thua assured for the double-tracking of the continuoua main line under the control of the Southern Railway Company for the entire diatance between Washington and Atlanta, 649 milea. SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE AND CHANGE IN PRICE, WE OFFER THE UNSOLD PORTION OF T E ABOVE BONDS AT 100 AND ACCRUED INTEREST Application will be made to list these bonds on the New York Stock Exchange J. P. MORGAN & CO. New York, July 18, tgts. Temporary certificates will be delivered pending delivery of definitive bonds BROWN BROTHERS & CO. 7.M 7 K T.91 7.7 :.i.o r.s; ;.5 Open. Hlih' tnp est. Jalr-Anr f. ' 5 ra (Vt .No .... f .'1 5 ;Vi Jan lh c 31 r. 37 Mar Apr CI-'.1, 11 A. M. bids to epiember .. .M 9 M 9.J3 9.15 October 9.5) .M 9.M I.U New York wheat pilces were: Open- Hlth. Low. Hit". est. est. September THE COFFEE MARKET. t5 9.U THE SUGAR MARKET. i (5ttreton. ,V Orlems. Mmnmh Tharlfiton... Norlnlk WiWilnaton.. .MOMIn. . 14 StncUn. irr r..u 71.7)5 I3.S1I I.M yesr. 4i.7: H.e-n I'uturrs Minile On mi Transactions if 111. .MMI Dnsta. - The coffee futures market was barely stmidy yesterday, with prices at the close j Itaar Dull and Kasler Helloed Unrhanared -Kntarra Mare Act lie. Clos-1 1,le ra,v sugar market continued dull ma. 'and easier yesterday and holders eon US' tlnued to lower their asking prices In Inn effort to find a level at which thev could dispose of their sugars. Offerlm?" of spot at prices as low as 3 11-16, cost and freight, equal to a duty paid basis of 4.71 cents, however, failed to bring re finers Into the market. Spot price. were nominally unchanued at cents for Cubas and 4. S3 cents for Porto Itlcos. ine renned market was nulat. with THE BOSTON MARKET. Uostos". July 27. There was nn raider tone to the mining shares market, but transactions were In small volume. Declines wi rc confined t fractions. New Haven was the feature of the rail road lift, helling from 58 to 60 "j. Massa chusetts Gas and United Fruit were fractionally lower. Summary : Oi'en- llltrlt- Low- cio. Itu et eat atiar 9 to 11 nolnts off on transactions of , conditions generally unchantted. All In 1,5"0 Kirs. The selling was not very ' teJf1 continued to accept new business nggreve. hut there was not enough l.UTe1 There' TJl'rtVnA demand to hold prices, up. The cables . folr wlthrtwl. s'.owcd a decline In exchange at Urazll. The u.r futurM maru., ' V Vh. rw- ii..: im .There was a omewha 'r tendency f Exc.,. .hovTmS kVrl Vncse :" XWyJy "?Jlv'y ?.trd.y. sales for the day 5 0- im ,.- .v-. luiauing Itf.iwU ion Z.Vri w "iiunuy easier. Interior stocks and receipts were: He- I.mt relpl". year. 4M 10 174 Tfo-iston.. Meriphla 4 ill lt ft Louts. s-t EatlmatM port receipts to-iliy. OslVMton J.0uO lo J.K'l Or;n... COO to SM Kxports yesterday, 4,510 bales. tti.i far this season, S.:!7.Ufi ttainst D,0:'S,:21 bales Inet year, flocks. SI.9M S1.SM ea.rtis i.r! i.t rek. :.J1 1,K) 17.117 II J is.ri Last er. 47 402 Total bales. ltlah-et. THE GRAIN MARKETS, Troii Xevra Advniiri-s Wlicnt Trlcea other Mnrkvln rlnn- I'lrin. Home unfavorable crop advices sus H'.r.e th wheat list durliiK yesterday's e",n. although the mirket was not il'a et f-om i-everal ethncks. Th. rains i' n uk .Nibraska and lown led to com- . tlins '.f w.;-,it sproutlpg In shock. There wiwo also rust reports from Kouth 1'ik'ta and Minnesota, which varied In tenor Qu e a little attention was nttracted ( o a prediction of tho private for- ! tif.r Koster. calllnff for a frost In the rort'.ttest before August but few ' th fade were dlsposecl to treat, Ms p s bihty seriously. At the same I 'we ,t in lf-allaed that the built of the,) ' ' rg wheat ciop Is still from ten to diva outside of maturity, so that . ie at'Ts arc sensitive to the hints !. t-i mration nulrfss yrfterday was estl- 7 .ir (nut Jim, eis m u.l posl T'ie Hnglish market wan really ' ! Mlerlwl. U.tll -UHh our fir r. r.'.-t i.i.teil n n ponnterbal- wil ""'f ' tor- An otllrlal estimate from m ' (! the Hus-slan wheat crop ' f of cor.dltlors ln war In " ' i. ih a" V lard) at 4H3.000.OUO s .n irTeaso of 59 3 per cent. f - Mi,iii product. on of a ear ago. Corn Yu r sized fractional udvanc-s e:e n-e i rnterday. There w.m cover- altered short Intereat paseci ii-.--.co of ralna In Nebraska i ,.i t predictions of further r v rtually all of the corn belt. et shiwftd u ftrin tone. The lv t indlcate-1 that farmeis -il.ng freely and that a ready : r oo: n was curtent. No "ffer '-.ks of Importance were a li hough It Is ald that tho e Ijien discontinued tempo- the largest local buyers ine tnnruet u-na I easier tit the Rinrt itmip iinnia-inn w... I Hrazlllan markets were featurele... I rumor8 of al,, t0 Canda brnui:h: I,,t .lilo .s ami m m in were uncnanueii tuylng support and prices rallied. ye-ir. at tS'.iio and alio1). kio ana .lnos. 1'rlces were: receipts for two days totauwi i.i.wmi bacs. Sao raiilo n.nl it.ogo and jun- dlahv Ti.oOO. The rate of Rio exchange July. op London was loweled to 12 I9-3-.'d, Prices were: ITv. close. 6. I'll C 19 6 71 1 7i 79 . JS 6 55 91 C t? 7. (14 7.0 High- Low. Clos est, eat. Ing luly .S0 A Ulru t .... 4,70 September... 0.70 4 4 4.17 October 4.S4 November .... f '".4 lietember. . . 6.77 4.70 4 4. January ... 4 73 t'ebruury . 79 Marrh 8. 90 5 4 15 April 4 9 May 4 M .9 4 94 June 4 99 AUtTIIKt I September . . October November. . . 1 December. . . Jnnuary February. . . . March April Miy I June 3 SO 3 55 3 0 3.5U 3.40 .1.06 3.(14 3.04 J0 Low est. 345 3 4a 3 .14 3. SO 3.3S 3.05 3.01 3.04 i'.ii Clee-Ins-3 49 3.4 3 51 3 59 3..M 3.39 3.0i 3.0ll 3 04 3.73 Prev. I'lna -. 3. SO 3 50 3 51 3 0 3 ".0 3.3! 3.01 I 03 3 04 3.11 3.15 t tt .THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. BUSINESS TROUBLES. PititAPELrHU, July 27. Baldwin Lo cor tlve continued Its recent advance, selling up to S3, closing S4'i. I'ciiiisyl vnnlu Steel preferred waa unite, rnmr. AS1NH CO.. INC Julae'1"K.frn'" .s 1 '" V' rIo'lni? Ilt against anted an exten.lon of ten 1 yesterday h tlnnl dle of S4. Tlu- gen- er.ii 1 1 -'i w.ih nrm anil sains with re. PIIOSPKCT LK Mnver has srante ilass for the Prospect Lenlnr Co., Inc., wblch opernttd the Hotel fit. Andrew at DroRilway, corner of Seventy-eeeond treet, -o answer the bankruptcy re ililon filed umlnt It on July 1. The cmpany Is plsnnlna to reach an arijuit ment with rredltore loeklnr to the dl mljjal of the petlllon and will requlra some lime In de It. The comnjny hu a lease of ih hntet tor fourteen years, and all the fiimlfthlnrs and nxturei vitlued ' at ISO, 000 are oledrad as ecurlty fori the le.i,e Prior tn the bank"rupiey proceedings the landlord brouctit a sum- tvie ", i" f r P ! ' ons "S f fn ,k,e r, an J l we- ath fte f , cerr1 1 Ave- , I't -A r lie e 4rl. mry preceding to dl'posseps the com-i p.iny. but the receiver obtained an or der rentralnlntr the landlord Should an order of adjudication be entered the leaae would terminate and tha furnieh Inn would be lot to the creditors as an asnrt. The company therefor applied to the court for an order to eatend tha time to answer. Bankruptcy Petitions. JACOn RTErtLINil A petition In bank ruptcy baa been Mled acalnat Jacob Sterling-, dealer In men's furnlshlnt -rn la nt 1 1 T rinmnn rnd. hv Ih.i, creditors- J Hlnshelmer & Sons, 1104;' Harold W MaiManus, 1103; OtcarJ Mlrantz. liiOl, and Samuel 1'rledtnan, I IPO, .M1SHK1N A.- OROSSMAN. A petition In bankruptcy has been tiled acalnat Miahkln A- (Iroseman. manufacturera of cloaks and suits at 14$ Went Twenty fifth streu. by these creditors: H. II)' man Company, 1547, 1. I'lnkelsteln A Sons, 112;. und S Naltove A Co., IK. They made an assignment on Monday. I.l.lblll'lra are 11.000 und assets 11,500. UI'tiGNlA KAI'O of 71 'i .Mulberry street has tiled a petition In bankruptcy, with liabilities :,!4S and nn assets The debts were contracted aa a partner In the Atlantic Fish .Market at 317 Klfhth avenue. Schedules tiled. e market for the present. TIDBWATKn STANDARD COMPA-Vv of w the corn crop tnro gu , atl for tho , Coluinbu. celebration la, ,i, lost about two points) j.,Hri mtJ ,Chedules showing lla- Dllllire miiu alien ..,Vw., wuil- slstlna of platform truck 11,000 and cash In bank There are only four creditors, the largest of which are tha Tidewater llulldlng Company 12.1.751 und the Acme Itoud Machinery Coin, pany tl 301 J. TANENI1LATT X CO, manufacturers of umbrella bundles at 411 Kast Eighth etrnt. have (lied schedulis showing lia bilities 17,651 and assets 13,331, con sisting of accounts 12,513 and cash real ized from sail nf machinery 1750. HEHSON At OAHliO.V. dealers In tailors' trlmmlnr at 44S Third avenue, have lllrd schedule, showing liabilities 15,745 and assets li.OCti. consisting of atock l:000, accounts S4 and cash 13. cornea in the more net vo Ihsuom. ttnnd were only moderately dealt In at recent quotations. The summary! .... Open- Hlah- Low. Clos sales lnr, ..i inr nut's i H naldwln Loco ... M14 tz 10 llaldwln Loc pf. 103 1"J oo Pethlehem Steel 2X tvi 11 Cambria Iron 4lTa 41'i ll Cimhna Sieel r,j a M Colorado Kuel .. 3i, 3iV 210 Crucible 8lrel M', 40 Elec Str Oattery M'i IV, ? Kne vrt of sis is 3!7 Ins Co N A .... Z! Keietono w Case. 7.1 -t of the month, but the next ' re;ioit may allow a yiem ",'") liiishula In excess of r' a month ago, due to the ra.o.ng of tin, par yield per S'O Lake Superior .. M 143 I-ehih Nav . .. TJi.. Ki L V Transit U', w i. iransit pi .jVs 2 Norrlsiown Ry . 4"3 l'enna K It. .. 27 Peuna Salt Mfr . ts 724 Penna Steel pf... SCV M I'hII.i Co ... si? 2o Phila Elei-tnc . 21V, M Phlla B Tran -t f a i'i 67 Phlla Traetion 72 1") Itep Iron A Steel 37', I" Southern Itv 13iZ 876 Tononah Delmnnt. 3 9-l JC lla Tonopah Mlulna. (9-16 5!H lou tinlnu Traction 32V 22ii 2" i mien (,is imp s.T, . t' S Steel 1.41, I W Jer 4 Seashore 41 1 iVestni'land Coal M 35 V Cramp 4 Sons (7 BONDS. I100OA Am (las s El 5s . wo Am lias a ei (a . 7SV, UN SI, 131 151 .53 5.1 f34 sa 34 3414 23I .!' 37i 1S'4 l ioe :y, 41'a Ml, S, M 521, 11H 23 76 ; 73', 11', 29i ur, 240 41'i 611, tt, M Ml, 1H .: ,.Ih 134 134 M'l MI.-1S SI II S1U, 23S ', Wi S'a 'S 3.", 3V, rtv, 41 67 It S3 S1 n; 70', 3T', is'; s. 5, 32'. "S f4'i 41 67 Sales. 75 Adventure 210 Alaska 3., 3J' 715 Alioniah :' TC Allouez 52 52 5J Amairimaied 7c'i '. 3570 Am Zinc 55l Ml, 4) Anaconda .. .. k? 7 6 Kittle A Supe lor 'St, iji : Calumet Ac Aris. 3i, 3V 17 Calumet A llrcla 551 tf 1 2 Chlno it's US IJ.1 Cooper ftsnie ... (4a M", 230 East Dutte .. . K", l.'S 75 Kranklln , 9 Si liranby . . . . si S3 4?) lireene Cananea n ia IM llanenck lsl l1, 10 Indiana l' I1. 6'. Island Creek 14 49 ::- t;e koji . . :c, .t en Kerr Lake I M6 4i, N Keweenaw 2 2 2 Lake 11 S La Salle tS 265 Maes Cons. . . lit, 221 Miami .V, 2S Mlchirau . . ."i 75 Mohawk .. 7' so Nevadi Cons . IS', 410 Sew Arcadian.... p) 20 Ntplxlllf 6', 75 North Untie .. 29V, S3 North Luke li, 11 Old Colony .... Ha 23 01 1 Dominion .. t: 3j OaceoU 73 lfS Pond Creek If. yo flay Consolidated .2 120 'anta Ke :H 164 Shannon 1h 105 Shattuck 24 20 St Mary's . . . in, 55 South Lake 7, (25 Sup & Boston . I 75 Superior Copper 74 425 Tamarack . 1.5 Tnnlly .... 4 f-30 Tuolumno 50 101 I'nion Con Land t SS V S Snislt. . . lit, 177 V S Smelt pf. t'a 6W t'tah Apex ... 34, 115 ftah Com .. .. I.', 1S" Hah Clipper 6H, Pi Victoria ... 2Vj 650 Wyandotte ... 70 HAILHO ADS 2.". Boston A Albany i:i !00 Boston Elevated 2S Boston A- Maine.. 20 1 Pii unhurt- p 4 10 -Mass Electric pf.. 31 N v N it H . I'nion Pacific ...121 M1SC1H-LANEOUS M 11 6S H', 2', 28 70 101, S''a 75 5l, 7". . 6 I'U, 4 l I's .:', !', 24 .70 171 76', 71 61 31 121 h: - IV.', b'O, 63 551 I3, 53 ,: "4. VI 33', 1". 44 26W 4 13'. 9'a M, 29', l' l'A 1 !' 5H. 7 h 5-.I, 1 4 1 39', Wi 3 13, 2, s: sj", 551 1H f3 SI 16', v I'l "l 14 . !' Ill, !'. 5?" 71 u "s I 2 54k, ! 6-3 1 (flU 4V, r, la si ,5H THE CHICAGO MARKET. CitliMoo. July 17. Chicago Pneu matic Tool w.is again the leading fea ture, tho stock ndvnncliig to ''. new high level. Stewnrt-Wiirner was a lit tle easier, while price In other direc tions showed very little change, llund market dull nnd uucliuiiBctl. The sum mary : Open- Hl.-h- Low. Clos Sale, nil. el est In; .!( t hi Pltt-ll Tool., f? U Chlcajo Ky No 1 79 20 Chlcaro Ky No 2 l'a M Com Kdisnn . IV. 15.) Hart S A M pf 1 2- I 111 not Brick... 61 to P.kiPi C.as .. 114 26". 'ears.Jtoebtii k ..14. tv. stew ,rt Warner . 6.T, P Swltt A Cn 114 47 Pnlnn Carbide 147 1K1NIX nooo City Hv .'a 'S 15tM Swift A Co 5a .. '-4 liu) Oiden lias 5a . 94 so 19', l.V. 1CJ 6A 116 117 1", 114 117 94S 16 91 l'l IV. !" 65 llfi 147 f3 111 115 9S ) J,l 4 115 pv 65 116 u: ii in 114 ' H 91 15', V-A Dec A Peo II. . 7U, 74U 74U 4',,. 'JT'i 97', 9T'4 6 us 140O0 pa rt R ten S'O Pa R R con 4,a lor 10J', lretj 16W Phlla Co lat 6s. . 944, 911, 9I1I (00 Phlla Elec 5s . . 1014 toil, ion, 101', 5000 Readtni" gen 4a 93 93 93 93 I5a 9T'a 102'! 91'. 60 Am Asr Chem. 51 n Am Am- Chem pf 91 l Amoakear .. 64 2.1 Amoskeaa- pf . W, 40 Am l'lieu berv.. 2', 211 Am Sujar . . ion, 211 Am Tel A Tel . l.'lS 115 Am Woolen pf . . SI tW A O A W I.... 10 45 A C, A W I pf .- 2Sl( M Ki'i Boston Land 51 Kdlaon 2.14 o; cieneral Electric 14 254 7Iuss Oa . .. ! r. Mass Oas pt .. ", JOMoElwsin pf 9"", r, Mersenthaler . IsO 12 N E Telephone . pn If. Keer-n Buttonhole 16S M Swllt A Co US', 261 I'nited Krult . . lf lJ fn Shoe Maeh... S'i'i 16 Unl Shoe Mach Pf 29 1491 1J S Steel ... . ra 10 Westcrii Union . 60 BONDS. t.'OA) Am Tel A Tel Is V, 4.-00 Am T A T c 4',s 101 10W Hurl Mo Ext s . loie; lW Mass Has 4',s 94 2000 Pond Creek s.,.. hi JW Swllt 5s 94 '.oflo Western T A T 6s :S M el 9'", -, 110', 121'. m pn, 9'j 2.14 1? In S''a P'.i, in 1-0 14 m in 60, ..'., 61 lot 1O01, 94 95 94 954, 61 24 1.1 124 61 K'l 61 V9H 2' 1"" 121W 14 94 U'A, 1ft, S'.i, ', 9J'., IsO l.:i !.,, 11 1 133 (sit; 2'.i 61', 69 4U, 1004, 10u4 95 94 IT9 7JV, 21 61 31 sou i: 61 9.1 64 9i, ten, nn, st4 w 26'a 9', 23514 1764 S9l, 171, 99Vi 10 140 16 lt-"i l.'V, m ."j 65', 69 4U, toos 100, 94 M 96 5H DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. nt'TTKIt Heavv arrivals somewhat veakened the market yesterday, as trad ing was .'ir fair T'ie uhsence of ro.d storage room checks sne. mating, Out el Je of top grades, whlih are steadv, the balance of the list was easv Itenovated unchanged. I.mlles slow Packing stock steady. Prices Creatnerv. extrae. 32 si-or. 25i,c , hither srortni: S.'iS.'je, flrsts, 5 to 91 score, 241, ; 26c . Plate, dslrv tubs, nnest. 26c . good to prime. JljniSc, common to talr. 20tf.'3i,c renoiated, extras. 21', 4i2lc . first. 12', f jlc . lower grades. 20tl2ic. Imitation .-reamerv. firsts J223.- . ladles, current make, firsts. 21U2ti,c. seconds, 19t,tf 20c . lower grades. lSsilsc . parking atomic, June make, line. 20.0ijc. No .', 190 194c. Iuwr grades, 17'J USc. Ctllins'K In order to stlnnilste con sumption lower prices were named ester day, as speculators opet ite to some ex tent Most operators are proceeding con servatives Fklms du'1 Prices- Stst. whole ml k fresh, twins, white and rou ered special. 13II14' . aierag-. fancy. 13i,c Htnla, iktma. treah special, 11 V 114c. skims, fresh, choice, lOOlO'ar., fair to good. 7 4 l 9 'it. UOflf With receipts of 33.64 raaes yes. terdsv the markei was weak Pine egs exceedingly car and fulr.v e m. but ordinary and lower grades iiraet sale Dirties and checks easier. Pan')' nearbj tlrm Stock mostly t""r Prices' Iresh gathered. eixtrss 214ti25.- extras, nrsts, 2l12ic . firsts, 1911204c. sec onds.. 17 IIS 4c . No. 1, dlrtl. He . hennery, whites, fine to fancy. 24r2Jc . hennery, browns, 2tj24r; mixed colors 14l23e I.1VK roi'LTHV Free builng re sulted In a strong market on fowls with Indications of higher prices No quo tations were made on freight receipts, Express offerings moderate. Hrollere In free supply, but flr demand. Itevelpts vesterday thirty cars. Prices Kp - Jowls. lt'iT17c. broilers. 2102'c. dueka Long Island arrlng, I'Hr , old. 14',c . guineas. .10c , pigeons, 25c UKESHlin POULTRY Kresh killed fowls scarce and nrm for large eliee rimall drag, old roustere Arm Drollera unchangeii Neirby ducks In accumula tion with the surplus being stored. Large ronsters nrm Powis rather quiet Turkeys dull. Texas tonis costing 20c ure treeh offer..! at 17c Prices Presh fowl-, Western, boxes. 60 !b und oier. 171,c . Western, scalded, large, 10, ; lirollere. H3fi2c. . turkeys, 16c old roosters. 12124c. suuaba. prime, whlte lu lbs. to dozen. 13 30. 9 lbs., IS. t lbs. I2.5U. Turkeys, fresh hens and terns, li.. frozen Turk)s, dry Picked, .selected, 21c. We,tem. 20c. Texas. 17tM74c Broilers, milk fed, 16 to 24 lbs 22'23c mm fed, 11 to 21 b , Jlc Chickens, 1.' to box, milk fed. 41 to 47 lbs.. Slc.i 4 lbs. and oer. 21 ! 22c . corn fed, 43 to 17 lbs., 19c , 41 lbs and over, 20c Vow's 12 to box, 60 lbs and over to dozen. I7ic , 3d to 36 lbs., 13c Did roosters. 12'ul!',c RAILROAD EARNINGS. Ghicago.Burlington&Quincy Railroad Company Denver Extension Four Per Cent. Bonds Due February 1, 1922. NOTICE IS lir-RERY OIVKN THAT In purauance of th- Trust Agreement dated December 1. MM by and betseen the Chi cago. Pur.lnf.on A Qutno Railroad Com pany nd The New llngland Trust Com pany, the following Demer Kxtenelon 1'uur Per ( int. llonils ilur l eliruar I, 1022, nf suld luilnaail Company, lisued under said trust agreement, hae been drawn for pa nent, vis : One hundred and eighteen (IIS) bonds fer SI ,(HMI each, numbers 14 163 1670 2644 3771 JH 6210 4411 1052 1055 1671 2919 3791 6271 1619 2921 3S10 (329 C244 -103 6213 6174 147 1099 1T40 3074 3912 3! 4319 6S36 I 111. 11H5 1424 3141 3922 t42 s.345 7032 ' 212 123) 2013 3334 3944 5 441 6412 7016 23 1292 2111 3245 4079 5467 29 1411 2119 3353 4149 54s: 6424 713S 6451 7297 sfv t WEATHER FORECAST Washington Predictions for To-day nnd To-morrow. 1'or eastern New York, New .terse, New England ami eastern Pemutjlianla, partly rlnudy to-day cloudy to-morrow, probably loral slinwersi not much change In tem perature) light larlalile winds. Por western New York, partly cloudy, with probably local showers to-day and to-morrow j not much change In tempera ture, light variable winds. NEW YORK. July 2!. Tha pressure was high yesterday over all aectlons e.ist of the Itorky Mountains from a principal centre oier the take regions, and nnly relatively low over Iowa and southern Minnesota Presiure continued low over tha pla lean and Pacific aeclloua, Fnnienhat lower temperatures prevailed tn the lake regions and parts of the mid dle Atlantic ftates. and It was warmer In the Northwest, but moat rhantea In temperature neie local. Hhowers occurred at scattered points In the middle Atlantic and New England States and westward Into the north cen tral Ptttes. In this city the day was fair and warmer, wind, light, generally nnrlhweati aierage humidity, tJ per cent., bjrometer, corrected to read tn sea leel. at I A II, 10. 09; 3 P M . 30 09 The temperature in this car yesterday, aa recorded by the official thermometer, U shown In t lie annexed table! 1913 1911 191.1 HA. M... , ;i so f. p M. . . 79 13 M 77- ; i P M. . . 74 3 P M. 73' 74 1 12 Mid . . 72 lllithest temperature. M at 4 P. M. Lowest tejiperatuie, 62. at 4 A. M 1914 so EUROPEAN MAILS. The While Star liner Arabic, sailing to day for Liverpool. w, take null, closing at 4 30 A it , for Europe, except Germany, Anuria, llunaari, Luxemburg, Turkey, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzer land and Greece, when specially addressed only. The Transatlantic, ttallsna liner Banta Allghlerl. silling to-day for Naples, will take malt, closing at 11 30 A. M.. for ltu.y, Uulgarla, lliimanla, Serbia, Switzer land and Greece, when specially addressed. The Scandinavian-American liner Oicar II.. sailing to-morrow for Chrlatlansand. will take mall, closing at 10 A M., for Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany. Austria, Hungary, Luxemburg and Turkey. The Atnsrlcan liner Philadelphia, sail ing Saturday for Liverpool, will take mall, closing at 1:30 A M. for Europe lexcept Cermany, Austr.a, Hungary. Luxemburg, Turkey, the Nt her.and Norwaj, Sweden and Denmark), Africa. Wen Asia and tha Last Indies The Italian liner America, sailing Satur day fur Naples, will take specially ad dresstd mail, closing at s 30 p M., fur Italv, ritilirarla. ft. rbli. Rumania. Switzer land and Greece, MARINE INTELLIGENCE. Women and Their Property In iltuations where married women desire ta establish Trusts of their individual resources it is one of the ser vices of this company to act as Trustee and to Manage real and personal property as agent. Over 34 years' training in this and similar services has given ample experience and equip ment to handle this kind of business efficiently. Booty! "tit Strtlte to You" tint upon nqutst. Metropolitan Trust Company George C. Van Tuyl Js,, PresMent 49 Wull Street 364 14U ::0S 34Si 4:11 :i3 641 59 7312 1447 1310 3SU 4231 4:: 4S 1410 3411 3Hli 4311 t.'4 H2' ;i:o 7641 "14 . 770 ' 7101 I !!.1 14TJ 31M 309 4413 LJ12 H1 tOt HS: :S51 3111 4714 13S "SI 111 1313 :30 3749 4714 13l C'iOO 140 1SS7 K33 37(1 Mil till And twents.se sen (11) bonds for 1100 eaah, numbers 01 0373 0147 0111 017! OUT! 01555 017I , 013 04U 0(01 O'SS ('ill 01311 OHM OliOS , O.H 0167 010 Call 01101 0tal6 0173) 01147 . oiei 054a oe:t 1 1 1 The hep Is hearing tha above numbers IU be purchased at par by th- payment of the principal sum thereof, on presenta tion an 1 di-iivtry of the same to the under signed trustee, at Its ofllre. 13S Devonshire , Strre', after the llrst day nf August, 181,1. I from which date Interest on said bonds will cease In conformity with the terms of the trust agreement The New England Trust Company 1 TRlTKK. I rty JAMES K HOOPKIt. President, Iloston Mass, July :0, 1315. BANKERS TRUST COMPANY Acts as ,-4siw Accepts Executor ?(2ffSi DePsi-3 Trustee JjJiWIflT and Par9 Custodian fRa Interest Acent -" on them MINIATL'HP. ALMANAC. AM PM PM Sim rises I 40 Sun sets .7 Hi Moon rises..! m llltllt WATKll THIS DAY. Atl AMI AM Sandy 11 k , Oo tiov ls .1 31lell Oate. .It. II l.t)V WAT Kit THIS DAY. , AM AM AM Pamir H k .5 Ss tiov 1st. .1 41 11.11 tlate...5 31 Arrived T I LSD AY. July :7. Car.'iallua I 11 p ! . Liverpool. Juty 17. Lompoc. 1.3.) A M . London. July I vaubaii. noon, London Julv li. Idaho. 1 4i A M Hull. July It. Libera 10 P ! Monday ilenoa. Julv 1 Tornuell, i ri A t . iiisea. July 10 Huhland Prln'T. 3 3o A !.. London. 5 Frankly. l. A M . n.ircelon.i. July 9 haritota 11 p A M llnvnu, July U. Bijimfi, 'S. A M . Pro.reso, July JO. v.ii iet. ii to v .M Tutadar, San Jttan. Laniimsas. Mobile. Julr M. la-nnpe. Jacksoiivllle. July 74 Hnndtir.is. Pensirnl-i July ?fi fherokee Heoi-etovv n S 0, July 21. ii im 'inp .nrinjK. JU1V ,s S- Itufloril Hall. Dnsion July : ARniYi:n riioM st.w youk s t'tutcri Mates, from Chri-ii Jinan I r-s .inlandia at M.ni'-hester SAILED VOU NEW YOItK Ss tnici d'Aosta. from Genoa s Tanmtnn. from Pilermo Ss Almlrante, (rum .inta Malta Ss Ilavimun from Ssm Juan ?s Sirphanu from Halifax Pas'. ire- from Hocis del Toro OUTOOI.VO PTKAMSIIlrs. Sail To day. Malls Arable, r.lre-pn-vl fit ! a ps a July As Ss s.s t-1 July s S-l v. Cloae .10 A t 11 3-).1 M 1 ft.. P M I 30 A M J fiO A M .10 A M I 30 P M II 30 A M Franklin TruJl Cothpany X .Vui Jar! Ofitit 4 Wall Street T B'ttUj 1 1 66 Montajut Street ft Ofiteii stQ Fulton Street tt--X--V-V' 1's-sJe?waVVA.J During August! MldftutiimtT itiirmi lntrrrunt work. blow pnpt-T nvny -lani i.onr4 frrp tlsht tslmtttm: or h)'I'j- .ualit r.itn IVPM-nt thp iinnn)-.inrt-fc lth Van Zile Air Deflectors I resh air contlniinuIj atitotnitlcall) Asa data VAX 711.1'. VLM'tl.tTINC f'OHP. 30 Cortlundt St Plione H.1N7 I'ortlandt. CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE. THE PITTSBURG MARKET. me wtather compliilnt." from Bi.i und Northwest. In nd c 'tl ien-e of the htrength ir.."i. hetd o.ita lit higher t..- Iny Shoith and raah ' fnr the heilce selling;. The ' Hiimuliitoil more nr lenH InqulrlrH for new out . e here, hut no iniportunt s t' i.ed. - -The market hnd another liiw. Inn thorn mi sharp in l it" dcalinK. After the) - l li'iulil.itlon ahnrtH nnd the ImyttiK bide, due to the hi. i n und I" tho reduced hoi; Js... Is. . iir.'-u Mull I.nu Clin- Prer. ' . 1st. I at. Ills'. Close, ' 1H P")la l"'i l'l's 1' 4 lpll, 10al, nou lOKIa -. , 71", 71 71 74H ' , UPa CIV CI -a J", 371, 3M 37H v '!' 3H 33' Xlt 11 'A 13.15 in 60 13.35 is ii:, 13. i-J 13. OS 13.51 Itci elver Appointed. JA.MI7S n MARTIN Hsrry Zalkln haa peen appoiimu iri-risri wr tiain.a jj. . Martin, furniture dealer at 1417 Klghth ' avenue, bond 1500, by Judge Mayer. The rei-elter w lien he Inveatlga Ira may IIP- ply to continue thn business If he Is so advised. I.luUlltl'-s are 13,000 and aa sats 17,000. Asslinmrnts Muile. K aKOItOIl KCHHUrt, dealer In shirt waists at 1560 IJroadnay, has made an ns.lgnmcnt to Moses II Itollisti-lu. IXATKIN A WALD. Samuel Dlatkln und Louis Wnld, comprising the firm of Dlatkln A- Weld deters In painters' supplies at 14S3 Amsterdam avenue, have made an assignment tn Monte i sn"o?U' WHEDK of 1010 Boston road. II ronieciioner. mi niaue an iiaiiiu.iiv to Henry Wacker. PlTTBBL'no, July 27, Columbia Gas and I'lectrlc and Crucible Steel were the leaders of the local ftock market, the former gaining Vi point und Crucible (ellltiaT from 19 to 51, Westlnf houe Air Uruke continued firm. Little change In pricea was noted elsewhere. The huiii mii ry : Open- Illrh- Low. Clos- Sales. His. est. eat im 6S0 Cnlunltila O 4 E. K'la 7M Crtlcihle Steel 4't 170 Crucible Steel pf til'i U Elk County ias It3't 40 Harbison Walker. 5Slf 17 Ohio Furl O'l ... K"a 10 Ohio Fuel Suivoly 40 M Puts Plate Olase.UH jji puts coal 10 lilts Jlruw 3U 155 Pure Oil 14i, IW-i San Toy 1 13 tin Switch & Sli-ioi'i PIT, West F.Iec. . 53'i THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. nosTOrr, July 27, uurb bid and asked i:i .'d m 1141, l.'S W 71'a V. 114 1C 1011, 'Is l."a 41 4 ll.Pa 5.v l."s 10 loc, -it; i: 501, lew IH'l S'a 114 10 1014 1-S '0 ll(i 734 34 111, .16 10)1, ilS 110 West Air Urake..l3l4 1314 1U4 1314 3Jl West Klec rts.. . 'a 4 4 DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR. IIX DIVIDKND, Company and Term Darnhart llrnlliera fplndler. o.uiirterly . BamhMrt Hrothers Mniriitler. nuarterly Kagla and 'Blue Bell Mining Harrison Brotners. rjuarteriy a n d I and Amt. ir Alvaradn Pay Mat Gas Dint ham Beitole . Butte & I-ondon Iloston tl)' Chief Cons Cons Copper Crown Iteserve Calaveras Cons Arlt Corter. Champion Copper Calif Corbln Davis Daly .. . ..... Kaaie A- n u. ex dlv. . Flrsi National Copoer. liolrillrld Coils Houjhton Iron Illostom La IMsf . MrKinley Darrath Mines of America Mai sat lo ... , MeMi'iu Mrtals Nevada Houslas New Halite New Cornelia Ohio Copper Old Dominion rets Oneco Kilter Hejsman Haven Copper Southwest Miami Stewart Mininjr Tonopah Mtnlnr lllah Mrtals United Yerd Biten Ycutura Yukon tiold. -The clnslnp Boston quotations : fl.ri. Asked. ,0 M to i 4 .'.'3 .11 I' .80 g 4 I T.ll! Ms 3 ' 34 .71 3 .50 7 1 r, .10 14 P 54 3 I'dO .i: 1 1 00 .76 31 .19 .50 14 . ,y i i' 74 14 '4 .75 .50 ..'3 .-r- ri .75 74 .:a Si 1'4 14 54 S 15-li t5 uvt I Colorado and Southern Lineal 1913 Cbanfes 'Third ueekJuly 1144, !0 Dec 110 o?4 From Julv 1 .. 714. 64K Dec. H.517 I lirand Trunk System. ...... i Third week July lsS0.il, Dee 1.;7 From July 1 ".90 105 Dec 170, 1 Havana Klectrlu Hallway, Lllht and I Power: ! Week July 55.. 150.013 Deo 1 From Jan 1 1.54-5.531 Dec , Minneapolis and Ht Louis 'Third vvesk July . i:0,7sl Inc From July 1 .. osi.sjj inc Kin Grande Soulhern' Third week July 1.J0 Inc From July I 30.677 Inc. Texas and Pacific; Third week July., I3'j:,0t3 Dec. From July 1. .. V5S,44 Dec .lOt'THLHN ItAlLWA Y The Southern Hallwaj Cumpany reports for June! 1915 L'hanaes Oper revenue . ll,743,D5'J Dec. Jt.83 Uper. expenses 3,360.190 Dec, im,(S0 17,490 15.14: 17,150 3.7SO 1115 1,443 14,lia 11,144 Net revenue, fl.373,C9 Inc. 1375,410 Oper. Income 1.1 3D. 4 35 Ino 1 3 4 6 , J i 3 Fur the twelve munths ended June 30 Oper revenue .. 167.139 503 Dec. JS. 551. 417 Oper! espenses. 45,174 710 Deo 3 615,9311 Net revenue. .110,034,7119 Dec. i:,965,341 Oper Income 113,400.055 Dec I.',910,903 OF.ortlllA POPTHKP.N AND FI.OHIDA. The lleorsla Houthem and Florid Hall nay Company reports for Junei 1915 Channel. Oper revenus. . $110,110 Dec 111, SOI Oper. expenses. 138,149 Dec. 31,015 Vhlle the railroads were advancing , In the late afternoon, the Industrial list nn a whole turned heavy. Uarly In the , day the InduM rials", under the lead of the "war Mocks," had been thu great I features of ctietiKth. The rapidity of the upward movement In the railroads was surprising- The copper shares, which early had been weak exceptions to the general tdrcngth of the Indus trials, advanced with the rails In the closing dealings. United Htates Steel common was I prominent in activity In, the forepart of the day. After opening at 84 T, an 1 over night Improvement of - of h .point. It lencted to 4M nnd then rose tn 65;, but It closed tit 654. Ita sales totalled l'J,":i shares. The "war stocks" In the early trad ing were again stimulated by talk of very protltablo war munition contracts obtained by vat Ions companies. Cru cible Steel, of which S.IS0 shares wtro ile.n!t In ..1,1 l-ilt.l, r.v 1 a. ....I..u i " ...t ...p.,, v. -j, v I'uinin ' nl,n.i. I.L . 1....... II....I utwv- no Viunillf, il nv till .UUHUU , WUIIC American i"au touched Cl'a. an udiamo of Hi points, lialdwln Locomotlio, a5, a gain of 2'4 points nud Westlnghnuse Klectrlc, 10!i?s, a gain of 3 4 points. Transactions In all stocks ere 6?,fHj shares. Ami)- and Nnvy Orders. WASH INtlTON. Julv 37 These armv orders were s,ued to-day; iapt D L. btine, Twenty-fifth Infantry, de-aiied In CJ 1 c , vice t'apt A It ' Huc'ie' Q r , relieved and aarljne.) o Fifth Infintry. First Lleuts C J Oress snd A P , 'jsni.l aiiJ fecund Lieut J II Carruth. Ilnalneer 'orr. relieved from ."'-rond 1 Hn'tallon and First Lieut. H W O-aw. ford from First !4atta!!on. and to roursa nf Inatruitlfn at Knalneer School, Waeh Ingtun barrack, f'apt It T Manhevvs. I'aat Artillery, from 4' M ' tu ll.'ih 'enipany Capl T rtoss, Third Infantry, detailed i member of Oeneral ritarf, vice Capt, II. L Laubawh, relieved Flrat Lieut W A. Alfonte, Slinal Corps (Infantry), asslrned to L iht'f ntli Infantry. Thesa navy orders were Iaaued! ( i.apt. h liodinan from Marine Superln-1 'endrnt, Panama I'ar.a.,, to hoina for or ders. ommander D W Todd from tha Wye-in.-s i" t'ie Dull 'mniander H. 1 Cone from command , nf ih-- DIM- i M irine Superintendent. Panama Canal. l.leut'iiani-ijummai.iler W V Tomb from bnnih hydruuraphic otnee, ,Sau Pranclsio. to the Florida Lleutenant-t'ommander I. P. Porterfleld tn charre navy recrulttnR station, New Orleans Lieutenant-Commander C p. Huff to chaiee branvh hy'l-oieraphlc offlie, San . rrancKvo and additional duty in com-. miind of the M.irt'leheud. 1 Lieutenant .t'ommainter J T. flow-era from tK Florid lo Naval Academy, i Annapolis l.leuteiunt-Commander L M. Overstrreti from the New York to the Texas aa i executive. Lieutenant-Commander F. Morrison to' Charleston yard. , Lieutenant. Commander F. W, Burling . io reiirtn usi. Lieut. 11 K Mulr to retired list. Lieut 11 It Weodworlh from the Clave land to naval station, Uuam I.letit J U. Will from the Naw Orleans to Naval Academy practice. I llnsign W A Corn from the Colorado to tne cnuiunooja Dante AlKlitf-r. Nvilre Hercules Montevtden Philadelphia. La r.uayra. Ilormudian. IiiTintnla .. . Carlllo, Jamaica Nickerle, Havtl Knrona. Hsrbsdos Creole. New Orleans Sun Jacinto Oilteaton Ohloan San Francisco Hamilton, Norfolk Sail To morrow Oscar II f hristi msand 1' isi A M Ms inl-i .lima a Colon Crisiohil Miilanzas. ll.ivini Vafuei, han jum . . .. C nt Si l.on.s Siv jnnih . . Comanche Jacksonville Jmieatown. Norfolk Kl Val!-. lialvestiin . ... r-ail Fndiy. Juty Manrmillo Mnnaanillo Madison. Norfolk a so A M It 3 A M a eo A M .to Vessels all. 17 "i M i 's P M 3 'i P M i: no M 11 00 A M lioo M 6 no P 14 7 00 PM i: oo m 1 on p M 12 00 M 3 trj p M S oo p M i: o. i m P.M l.irt M 13 oo m 3 v. I' M 1 oo P M s M P M 3 O'l P M 17 oo M 3 isi P M INCOMING STEAMSHIPS. Due To day ... .London . . Havie Marseilles ... .... Altlers fionleaua ... . ... Cnin-nhojeri , . ... Mam dealer ,. Shields Shields OIat;ow- Liverpool .... Mouadnock. C.v lu'i A, lulu s A nil ope La fiasvos'ne Pioneer Lui kaw anna Silver Winis Client sk Avra Fnxos Chasehill I'ltouia Kish Wells City Colorado ltlo flrande Chiesso Petroleinn Tojoliashl Maru Frances He ford Flstuna . .. . Asuncion dn Larnuasi Finland CamatfUey .. El Norte .... Enropa Adriatic Noor.lam . .. Kaj-ema .... Stephaiio Santa M.irta MomiP Trinulad St Nazaira. . Livtrpoul Urlstol .f!alveton ... . nnirswtck Ilorrieaui . ... La Itoi hello... London Liverpool .. . .Naples t'opeuhaien .. ,Cni' .Sill Fraticiscn Puerto Meitco (alveetnn Dua To mnriow. .July I July II July i .July .July li .July 9 .July 11 July .July .July 11 July 19 July 17 July 14 July 13 July 11 July !l .July 14 Julv 19 July 15 .July 11 July 13 July 10 July 14 July 11 .llllv 1ft July 70 July 11 Saxonia Hutu . .. Westminster Cape Ortetal Lincolnshire . .. Mrithiirly Marai .ubo Arapahoe .. . . Kl Uio . . city ol Savannah San Ja'-intn El Cid .. Liverpool Hou-rdani . Manchester .. Hilifax .Kir-ton .New Orleans. Due Friday. July !1 Liverpool . Manchester . .Ilordeiuia Marsetllt'S . t ondon Cristobal Potto Rico Galvrstmi .New Orleans av Bt.iinh Gnlveston ... ijalvesion ... Jul? IS July 11 July 19 Jipy ! JlllT 57 .Julr :i -July 74 July i'l July 11 July li .July 15 July 17 July 73 Julv 71 .July .1 July Jlllr 77 .July 74 July 14 Net revenue.,. 137,740 Dec 111,593 Dalance . . .. :toi Dee. 12.641 Oper Income . 71 916 Dec. 113.1(5 Fur the twelve months ended June 30: Oper. revenues. 2. 215, 773 Dec. 381,9I0 Oper. expenses 1.843, 01;' Dec. i'7l,8S9 Net revenue,. ttalanc . . . Oper. Income... 1373,111 Dec. ;'3:.,9S1 Dec. :'53,(U6 Dec, 1111,137 90.011 V3.513 THE BALTIMORE MARKET. IIaltimobb, July 27, Only a few transactions were recorded ln this mar ket, The summary: Open. Hlh' Low- CJoa. us eai. est lor is 53h 74 Sales lo f uiellly ft Dep. I5 10 Northern Central Mi 53 Wailand Oil & O 34 BONDS. t.saj O Dalt Ii '51 W L 951, KOI Cons fias 5s ., Is.1 1 1W0 Kllihorn Fuel es. lv 135 O'.l, 131 93H 111 95 V) 9M, 101 5I, llnii'inenls of Naval 1 easels. WASHINGTON, July 57 The gunboat 1 Sandoval haa arrived at Rochester, collier, Drutus at Charleston, supply ship Culsoa, I cnillir Lebanon and destroyer Duwuea all Newport, nunboat Amphlirlio at New Or leans, battleship Georsla at Iloston yard, , cruller Albany at Astoria, nunboat Gal veston at c'hefoo, and collier Neptune at Hampton Koads. , Tho irulser Colorado has sailed from La Put tor Hnsaiuda, battleships Loulslam and New Hampshire from Gluucreter fur i Capt 4-nj Hay, destroyer Nicholson from ' Iloston for Nw port, destroyers Uurrows, I Pstterson, Pauldlns, Atninen, Trlppc, I Heals, Jarvls, Jouett, Fannliu. Paiker. I Cm, sin, Cummlncs und M'Doucal from Newport for Long Island Sound, battle-' ship Texas from Newport for H'.-k Island Sound, battleship Aikansas fruin Newport for Muneinshe Light, ! nder Tonopah and tubmailnes D 1 D-3 and IM ' from New York yard fui Nuwpur audi supply slisp Glacier rrom tjan Ditto fur Ran Francisco. I li t-ts ill J ii if Vessel II y IVIrelrsa. Ss El Rio New Orle.ina. Sf m.les south of Jupiter at noun jestrrday a El Cld. ti.ilvcstuti. 77 miles south nf Jupiter at nnon Ss Mum.ii, New O-leans. 21; miles south west ot Diamond Shoal- at noon Tj Senility, with j-.-iblne miles south wei of lli.-inioud s.huaU at noun S- Arapahn- Galveston. , miles south of Jupiler at T I' M s .M.intviej ci Crui, l) miles north ol Jiirtei at 7 P M Ss Almnn Mobile D3 milea nontiwsei oi T.tpu.4 bar a 7 P M Ss El sol fiilvi-ion. 71 nnlee easi nf G.ilvrsi.m bir at P M Mrv "n ( aiViarisn. iro miles south of Diamond Shoals at nnon as Gullnil w rt li Shenanjo. Port Arthur. IS', miles north ol Jupiler at noon !s Kl Norte Galveston. .'I m:les south of Sauly lloii'a at noon It 'irs.i.le Pninawick. 5 m.lea south Of Sal.d. II .. li ' ; P M S. I amii. i v lToinso ; rr s south of Sauoy lluo,t at nour, v. i oinmitn Ga.veston s3 niilea north of Diamond Suuats at 7 P M ss o.in 1 1 Antilla, C30 mill touth ot Sandy Hook at uuen I i lk , .a. . . . . . a- -a, ... . . a.fcl- .,,U ;ilV,WV,,ll' .''(l.l. tatataiammaMmmmtmmmtmmmltmmmammawmiiiJ.mS - .t.,A.., .. . .... . ... ... . .i-.tyH? J, 4T' 9