CAUSED W DOLL TRADE. The Heading: Iron Works LIABILITIES ABOUT $1,000,000. Interview With One of the Directors. . HISTORY OF THE COMPANY. Meeting of Creditors to Re Thursday. The Reading Iron Works has suspended payment, and judgment for $140,000 has been entered against the company by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company. The $140,000 is in two judgments, one being for $100,000 and the other for $40,000, and both notes are dated February 27th and March 1st, 1889, respectively, payable one day after date. The creditors of the corporation have received a circular signed by the secretary of the companv, Samuel D. Hopkins, announcing a suspension of further payments, and calling a meeting of the creditors of the company at its of!ice,220 and 222 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, to - morrow afternoon, for the purpose of taking such action as is deemed advisable.