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THE MARKETS.
| TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAT.
'' New-York. Auarort 2. 1902.
.. , «ke».-.---- 5} Ut« poultry, rratea . . 32
""■Lta - - 4.*» ' ApplesT bbta 1.500
r fSS' aacfcs 11.4»: Potatoes, bbta 2,W«
?ff'awPtt»— 26 Onions, bbls 58ft
hJSJ*I bb^..-.- 1.53« H4v. tons 877
Wrs»^i- Saga 7501 Straw tons 70
Cut MM ■ j.ST- Loos ! Millfeed. tons ---
SSt'imS*^- 5«.200t Rice, pkts 25
J2Z hush - 700 i Prunes, pk*. :: :::: 1.9"«
Corr. *™* IU - C 7.000 Cotton, baie. 1.729
O» ts> w"r '■ .. 1 160 ■ .tronseed oil. bbls... 850
Sr *{.J • iu»h..^ 2.20.» ReMa. bbla IMS,
&^.»- : I *- <W *° ss P irlt * tJ T. bb1..... 542
g* ~ »■» SrJST::::::::- 1 : uS
S o3^- M - ■ i(B OOesfce. plcct «L»1
H«^« ?k? .... .-SSI OUowsl. ba«a 7<*»
9£f%2tm^* ■■■'■ 362: Oil. Urd. bbl» •■•■ ■• • *'
f=l. ia ! I *^r^ 2^ Oil. lub. bbls *:•
g^C::::::: : - ««
E^ : "SSf ;; IWC Whisker hbl. I
g^f 5 :::::::: 4 74." -Wool, tales s "
g£»Vd pouJtry. rks» «l
CASH QUOTATIONS.
.__, vor N-lfdysa4 0o j Cotton, rnUdllna- 5 15-1«
5S 1 co No - ae.it. .21 50 CoCee. Xo r Rio .. s',
l^" SA 2S <« I Sugar, granulated $4*
fiki cepper l=S^t.. 11 95 i IfelasiM. OK. prims 40
}*** eCFP T...7:.... 2540 I Beef, family 1« »
icUV-r* jead 4 124: B«ef hams 325**
iSSr • 374 Tallow prime «*;
U^?»-red... ~^ Port. rr.ew- . Won
££Iv»; nixed... «7 i Hog*, dressed. 160 It>. IM
SS'Cs =:xed... «5 j imtA. prime 1105
3H W - a ' r!lT * •»
EXPORTS TO-DAY.*
-^t. keBB 120.444! Tar. bbls 14
E-T*e*h 17.586 Refined pet. gais ... 1.004
CLv BUF h 1.410 Ber.zin*. gsJs 1.000
fvf« bush ... aao: Cottonseed oiL gals.. 35.025
L»«rs bush 250 : Lubricating oil. gals. 17<5.880
SSLT' bfcls 4.000 : Pork. Sbls 285
RfT - - -. I7.«s»'Beef. bbls 494
-arsmee.. bbl- - 4511 Beef, tierces 237
tass>see4 bag* 1»1 Bacon. 7b 1.362.0-JO
2vTv , .. . Hunt. Tb 112.800
SiL"-:;'-* ... 4:L»rd. TT> 011.200
Tv^Tkev. gals 30 Lard oil. gals 4.000
225; . ia.o«>iSteanne. n> 120.000
StosteTa 1.92«.<i00i Tallow. 7b _.. 40.000
iDi?ts'rurr. Esj* - 12.610 dr»as-. n« . 144.
2 425 Furrer Tb 51 750
F - *•»»•. n> SUB
GENERAL. MARKET REPORT.
BTiisi Tork. Augujt 2. 1952.
TOFTEE — Short* in coffee were treaaaa to a fiuttier
nilefct pinch to-day, particularly those short ol the
se">^es;ber option. The opening was irreg-ular. Tr;th
ZgaK five points lower under j"»n:r;g orders cf foreign
one"""- DeceiEber advanced ten poiotE. ar.d other months
were unchanged to five points up. It had been predicted
uriy In th« lay that September wcu'.d touch fie before
tie aeast ciosed. Vlsjssshh kaasssf rr-— the bull lead
er* ictive ccverir-e an 3 brisk general buying sent it up
to 5 90c. when heavy realizing developed ar.d a drop to
last night figure occurred, This proving to be the flr.al
price f<r the day. Fluctuations in scb«r months ware
retativtiy narrower, the whole Ust hcid^ig genera'.ly
skove Friday's elite, however. Importers were fre«
ptOets, .-.c Europe ngJiu'Sfl as a heavy reallier. The
market ctssssfl iCßsidr. with prices five points losxer tr ten
•>oiat* higher, only October ■bOWIbb a d-'-'.me Total
itjec. amounted to 6.250 bags. T .e for-iga news at
rr»r!e< ■'• atleiiUuc to-day, being qu:te in keeping
Trirh the local strength. Havre elc*ed \ franc higher:
HajSburc unchanged to H pfg up. Rio was Srna a2d
ur.chsr^e' ; Bssssss firm at an advance of 100 reis. Ei
chang* ■=••-. advanced 1-Sd to 12re<i. Prirrarr rs
f»'pts while fall, were very much lees than B>r tfte ccr
ri«p;rn<i:ng- da:e a year ago. Ports ha«i 4«.0o0 bags and
sstprtor towns e0.400 bags. H-avy clearances were re
pcrtea for th* day. amounting to 63,000 bags, from Rio
and Ftr- Spot supplies in the local open market are
flrnily held and decidedly more active, with cpjctations
bseec on o^c for Rio No 7.
The rsr.ge ef contract prices in the local sarket la
fity was as follows:
Yester-
Opening. High. Low. Close. day.
Aucjs- s^O 5.55 5.70 5.7i35.K0 5.75
«#n-»ir.!>er ■ S-75 S-«0 R.7S 5.75*5 90 5.75
October 5.r.r, 5.55 5.50 54:>55.Vi 3.50
\'-f.mber . 5.W 5.50 5.45 5.4555-S0 6.40
December 5.W SJS 5.50 esis.riO r, 4 r>
aMtaarv . . — — — 5.5055..15 IS. 45
rVbr-jar- - — — S.»ft«B.» -V.V»
jj^rcti ' 5 -..-• *> "T>T, S.SS#B.«» 5.55
A n^l ..'. _ — _ 5.5."'35.65 •-• "■■"
XUy 5 6T. S.GS 5.60 5*»C55.65 R.S3
Jtmm 5.70 5.70 5.(3 5.70g5.7T. 5.6.1
July 5.70 5.70 5.70 5.75g5.*0 —
CoSee cables — — Coffee market firm: No 7 RIP. 45500;
exchange. 77\Mi m _ receipts. 10.00 bags, cleared for the
fnued states. i(i.iv»r. bags; dean for Eurojv. S.OOO bacs:
nock, CTfi.Om* bar?. Santos — Coff"* market firm: gcwvl
a'rige Santos. •iJHOn receipts. 36.000 natrs; stack 7M.(>«>
bac*. Hambcrs— Coffe* market ppeswd H pfg higher: at
2:30 » a was n- -:r. •-ranged to >• pfg higher sales. — -
•M bags. Ha-r» — Co*Te» Tnarket opened steady, H franc
ksßssar ; at 12 rr. unchanged: total sai-5. 23.000 bags.
January -}T.o<Vjulr BUS
February 37«J August — 30.00
March 37.25 , Sotember 30.25
April 3750 October 36.5t>
May 37.73 ; November - Sfi.7s
June 38.00: December 37.00
The- statistical position of Brazilian cofTee hi as fal
low*:
T^-day. Yesterday. Last «*aak.
New- York deliveries ... 15.579 13.5*7 13.502
Baltimore deliveries .1.0! 192 SOO
New-Orleans deUveriea.. •14.t»*«>
Total <»eli-rene« 19.5W-1 2S.WTT " s °s
Xe«r-Tork Ftock =.IfSM"9S 2.122.977 2,nn7.«1«
Bsltteore stock **.<» ~. «•.!« 97.142
New-Orleans ttock 41.152 41.1.-.2 r>».f.l2
Stock at all ports 2.239.2« 2.23».24«> 2.1«2.7<M
ACoat -■ ■ • ■ 4<>S.oo«> 111— I 411.000
nUt sarplf 2.707.255 2.«74.240 2.573.764
BMfiVtflaTlpUl 1.343.633 1.303.606 1.183.075
•Inc!ufii=* 13.650 bags <i»!lv»r*d e« «teamship Horace.
rOTTON —It m-m» a buil market from *i-r- to finish to
<«v. with the cloi-? wilj at -he beat Illllli of tbe aea
sion, and the confldence of the lonps ence more at a <Je-
K^e which ■- mu^ted active support of the new rap
option! The fesnuc of the trading was easOy the buyinc
of ..rust by broker*, presumably acting *or Ptiiladi
interests, aai Hh buylnsr of a«w crop mnmrtis by a. or an
inent WaJl Street operator wtw wa* beiieved 10 be switch
ing over from the be*j- to tfce bull side. The. market
opened arm and Sgf pcir.-s hiirher. aod. whi> there '■•re
* r! i reactionary nitneinents from time to time iat»r. tm
ir»neral course of the rrxarke; wa» upward on general sup
port, -: by a«r*«ai bear« The crop and weather re
ror:s from the South averaeed up fairly well, and the ?° v
—ascsa »ta;e<j that clear conditions now obtained orer the
T+ctr.Hy flooded areas. whUe. more sisowers were In rtor«
lor the mtral and earter-. sections oJ the belt. The cen
•rs' trend of - -vate advices from the belt east of tie
yisfisaipri R;v«r was that the recent rains have broken
the drouth and done much for the general good of the
crro. Bh local trade apr^r^ to be fearful of an avor
•*• roaditlon in Monday tvureau r*port of som^Uiins:
like y>. this beise cau«e<l by the bis: cut in condition
c ■ *r by "The Journal of Commerce" at a time when the
rark »r.-; Ha had looked Ear an baoasse to be-w»«n «<5
and 90 points. Th» marke* fsr futures -_: r t*-<l steady, with
rn'-es net SSI2 - tna higtser. A Bbitt of profit taking
cot krwa the rise In the last half hour. At one time a
— t rit* nt $>312 r»oints was in evidence. The bulls were.
cr»dit?tinp a return of October to the &c level next we»k.
and for a- in2ux of pnblic buyirjr orders - ■■« event at
the bureau ftrures proving as tulljyh as now anticipated.
H was armea that another crop cf >ss thar, 11.°00.000
bales wouid ineaa mdlcaJiy hiirher prices this winter and
next r-ir.nc than have be»n recorded in years. irh:> it
least ■ttMi bales b] bjc ks sssM the ordkBSTT needs
ef frinners at acything like present pric»*. The ear con
tir^ect toe* ■"• - ew •>-*• all Indicatives sow point to a
yi^ld nf 12.000.00 A bales, and possibly more. In whir-h
♦"••r.t present prices are far too hiajh. The market for spot
e->itos was oilier and steady. »-lth prices unchanged, at
: -: < >- for midilin* ucland and S3-16c for BisMtt!*
Cult. Total sales were L«T7 bales.
Ta» ranre «f ootracl rr:ce«i in the local market to-day
M as follow*:
Teete--
Op«r.Jnr. High. Vo-*-. Close. day.
Auyast I ■ »i *• 6.20 8.2rt«!:.27 17
6ert-nr.b»r 7.R5 7.03 7«> 7.Sfe 7.«>
October 7.7S 7-1 7 7.". 7.7Pe7.7» 7.«»
NcAimber 7«W 774 7.«» 7.72C7.73 7«1
I>ec»J=ber 7.70 7.74 7.«s 7.7337.74 T«1
January 7.70 7.74 7.«<S 7 7267. 73 7.«2
February 7.71 7.71 71 7.7387.74 7.R2
Mar^ii ..'ft 7.73 768 7.7287.73 7.61
)Fuorß) Fuorß AND S(EaI^ — flour marker to-<lay was
s.iw but saajaalr. with prices generally uncharted.
Quctattons ' nr: Sprlrp patent" (4^(4 25: winter
■SMBSMa, »Vi^«3 73: winter patents. 7S»S4: spring
clears. *3 15553 35: extra No 1 winter. (3 2T.353 35. extra
>:» 2 -•»r $3 10*r*3 20; no rrade 529CJ27. spot and ta
a— ••••« . RTE noni — Dull: quote-i: Fair to (food.
S3 BMM: choice to fancy. S3 45«53 <B ..CORN
MEjll^—Steadv; aaoted: KUn drt-4. i 3 4A953 55. as to
araad BAGMEAL. Ft— quoted: Ptaa white and
y*liow. Jl 3O«S1 «5; roarse. Jl 30C*l 31 FEED —
cocted: Sprint bran. spot. $13 5OOJ2O: sacks t» arrive.
«W' ib, $3*G*>sf<. ipr-.nr bran. bult. $7»50. spring bran.
mteuam. t22gs2«: coarse winter bran. $22@524: city
brar. *29 SCSS2I: linseed oU cake. «7: corn oil cake. J24;
ksmtny chop. J25: oi'meal. $T7««27 50.
<SRAIN — WHEAT — The feature of to-<!ay"s grain mar
«*t waa the. strength ani activity of September wheat
»t Chicago, where, opening at 6!>V- a kss* of 4c
ttmm the final quotations of the previous day. the option
t!vasc«-S m short order to 7d r «c. closing at 70?ic. or
ie below -he best price of th» -lav September In the.
local market a.J*o was strorig. selling as hurh as 75 1-16 C
• a«i doting at 74 \c. *n adTance of Uc net tor the day.
mar* remote deliveries shared In th» strength of
*«P -«eber in both markets, but were l«as actl\-» ar.d
*he fSuctuarsons were in a narrower range The buying
J=otives xr» r anparextly canSned to the smaller North
■"*«i r«e*iptc coa*istlng of but 122 cars, as against 230
Jast week and 129 last -.-ear There was also eonslder
*■■ ■ Isji -' a reduction In the mer-ement In the South
sbbbJ for •».» immediate future. Otherwise news was
net sanicalarly favorable to prices. Foreign cables, in
throat- b) our advaxoe cf Friday, were steadier. London
«<!vancinr >te*id. whiie Pa^ls of late has been so
Irrtgular ac to exert but little Influence The weather
»*P rejected uniform: favoraWe ccnditlor.s. Tns
*o»tn in n . North-arest proved of iso serious conse
o-jeace and. takes alto«etber. crop proapects na/re. net
•uflerefi The d*msn3 on Saturdaj- was largely from
•norta cerertng. impelled by the better export buslnesa
J*oent!v noted and ilghter receipU On the lat« cu.b
»*eat was dali but steady, with very little chanc*. Sat
tJrtav, export trade -onsisted of SH loads No 1 >orth
ero N»w-York here and 5 loads at ontports N» 2 ! red
cJs»e«J at 7«c elevator and 77«4«?78*c. ■**»•*•* 2*
*ard Manitoba, B»Vc OORN— Buying of asptemßer
corn continued as a feature of to-day • e«Jr J^^et.
Eeeelpts were so light at Oiica^o that thai stock
Uke!y t o Jacrease much with ca*b demtnd or. Its present
*»»i» aaa cora worth a fix* round price on .^! 1I 1 fc^:
rearteg a corner 1= the option, therefore, "borta have
preferrejl rettteg tn. and for several days ha*,
leading buyers. As to the later peeitiens, their sna.epti
biaty » the new crep tafluenoes fca« VT^^J^
than a half hearted response to September 'j^-fH 1 -
The Missoari State report. lost cut. claiming an J^l
aous yield cr c«rn. may be taken as an «*f--P'« c^ £j
a«w aow beinsr heard regarding »«*. J 1 *?-^ s *^
r^eemiex and iUy cptloas to-dax were «i e ?j; ! ' r ' A .^;
r»ta«- ooiet and offers freely en th€ , .weUs. A^er
12 o-doek the market eased &B a trtflj u ?*"ir v? 2
«ra dosed « «$e elevmtar^sirf OATS—
. here «fIMkT'«S)MSMM[ *—" * .**"
tfce Wen. With. little offtrtt:g. shorts Wd the prtM » up
He^c la th« 2ret hocr. alarmed over the corn «£"«=
tni rather ltrbt arrivals la Chicago. *-»£f ""» ??££.
was :«, acUve. but eontint?«4 6r» la "^f 3 " ° w£tT
It?*. No 2 oats c1m«1 at 65c: N» J. «♦?; I^
6%a«Sc; So 8 white. «7c: tract ml^S. Mc JZ^Js:£i
.<*2C«C and No 2 while di:>«,
*t«d 7 : No : 1 Western. «Jc *nd >o- * m! £Jri!eT—
l»th fob afloat: State rj-e. ff f^V ' - i £ Bo"l|o
aarssK qaiet. Feanss was quctcd at 54v c I I. tw^aio.
rfEW-TOKE PRICES. T(step _
. TPtet, Oj*nlng. Hlrh. ./fe^,^- %Z
December . 74\ " 74 15-16 74 11-18 74<i 74H
ilay ........... - ■ 7611-1G77 ' 76S 78? i 76>.»
Corn:
September «1H 62 «l l s 82 61^
December — — — 4S%i 48^
May 45H 45** 45S 45** 45 S
Lard: ,
August *-, — . — — $1100 JlO 37H
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat:
September fi3 T « 70 r 4 C9 T i 70S 70
December fi s7 » CB4 6S T » C 9 R9
; May - »a* 72-. 7V-, 71% 71-.,
i Com:
September HV 58 HU S7 i S«H
December M f*% 43 43 » 43
May 41 41b 4-IS-16 41 ; * *>T»
Oars:
Ser-tprr.^er ..... 32"W 33'« 32H 32 4 32U
T>*,fr3l*T " "» 31S »\ --: 30**
May 32 ."52 31 H 31 H 31%
Lari:
Beptemher flO 77' i $10 32 1 ; «f» "H $1092-; $10 774
January I 75 S SS S 75 S 83 S 72-;
Rib!>:
| Sepvemtvr WM 10 574 10 30 WSf 10 27S
Januar?- $20 S3' 1 it S2O S it'j
■ Pork:
■sjSsjßfccr 16 624 16 824 1« «24 16 S5 16 70
Ja-iary 15 TO 15 574 15 7B ISB7H ir» 7.">
Receipts of brastdstaSi al interior potntt. in thousands.
! last three ciphers <00Q> omitted flour bbls, pram buph.
as follows:
Flour. TTheat- Corn. Oats. Barley.
Chieaco 14 270 Tfl 213 11 10
Milwaukee M 17 ■ 4 2 2
I Minntaoolis — H 1 10 2 2
Dulttth — r<n — — — —
ft. I»uis 5 271 21 0o — —
Kansas Cltv — li>(» 45 •*> B — —
Toledo — 144 « 17 — —
Detroit 1 10 8 1« — —
Peorta. — 31 13 113 _— _^
Totals M 1.403 179 SSB 13 1*
Shipments from these points:
1 CUcaca • IM ■• 68,' — —
i Milwankee 21 1 — — — I
Minneapolis . . . 64 23 2 3 — 3
i St. Louis fl 57 10 *> —
i Kansas City — ' •- 23 "- —
! Tcledo — 135 •"• - 1
Detroit 1 •" I — ~~
Peorla - B __i _1* __- ~
TMals Tlo4, 4M BI 2^2 1 3
; Receipts at Atlantic ports:
; |tew-T4rk 13 ** 3« 27 2 j
j Boston 1 — ■ '-
j Philadelphia » ll rt - J ~~
Baltimore 12 94 B * — ~
New-Orleans 1 35 1 - ~ _
I CalvestAn — 75 ---
Tm.l« M •*• KS 4< 2 2
Exports ' -— At'.an'ic parts
9«w-Tork . 17 -'■• 17 1 — ~
Boston — 53 — —
[ idelpWs — «• s _J^ _^ _Z
Tatsls 7v7 yi 2O 11 — —
MOLASSES AND STRCPS— A stes< market to r.oted
! for molasse*. wish prices ur.chauped. S>Tups_w^re steady
j but quiet and unchanged We Quote: New Orleans
i centrifugal, common. »JUc: fair. 15£16 c: good, l'*-^
prime, 22?27c; New-Orleans pen kettle. 33841 c: syrups,
c^mmen. 11g134c: fair. 14516=. good. 17819 c. prime.
10521 c; fancy. 23( — „_,
OCEAN FREIGHTS— In the markets for st?a p a ™
sell image business was light to-day In aU r '7
' menu The demand for vessel* «« •»- r: >' ****£±2%?
, rates were auotably uncharged. Quotations J» UvWTpOOI.
London. Glasgow and Antwerp. 141: Lelth, -' :r,l.^': r,l.^'
i 2'^d; Ha!; od Newcastle 243: Baintmrg and B'eme...
174 pfes: Rotterdam. 24c: cotton to Liverpool, per ' w
». l?4c: Lontfon. oa«; Is 3d. BARTERS -Sttlsh
steamer. 24.000 quarters Of grain, uulf to Antwerp or
Rotteriam. 2s 44 d. berth ■ rms. indudlnr J 000 j^ n *
general cargo. August. German steamer l.p tons, gen
eral cargo. Gulf •: the Mediterranean, private terms tep
tember; > rwegian steamer. 632 tOTB. dealj. BthMi M
west coast of England, private terms, prompt: N rmeeiar.
steamer. 1.5«7 tOBS. coal. N 7. Ik to SI Luc:a. , pri-ate
; terms: British steam«r. 1.577 sugar north side C«B»
to New-York or Ph:!adel P h:a. »c. option 3os.cn. I<>c.
British bark. SO.OOO asses petroleum^ her.ee M Hong Kong
16c Sertsmoer-October: German bark. 1.1.* tons, rosin and
apiria -
SSS » l*a HaSf«O«h Swe^h bark. n4t g *.'tW ? £r.
lumber. Mobile to Buenos Ayre-. $11 Sv. bark. «W tors
lumber. Bcston to Buenos Ayr??. $■?: Ita^an bark KiO
to— «ame, option Bosarto. f3. schocn^r. 29. tons, cedar
InlWahopr.' Sa^ta Cmx and (or. a second POftoVw-
York. $3: haris. 794 tons, sawn arid bewn t!e». Pensac .a
to Vew-Tortt f- schooner. 449 ton- lumber. Bmnswicic
' to New-Lcn^n. f5 *>; schooner.
to-iA! Brun<=wi'-k to New-York, private terms; p/nooner.
5i2 tinf. cokrA.ladelphia to Pr'ov^er.c^ *k . schooner
Sll tons coal. Philadelphia t-> Ecston. *V: schooner. .£1
'o-j> coal. Philadelphia to Beverley. ."c: Dutch sTesmer.
2.355 ions. "We«. India trac». one rcur.<l private tern *-
OILS <~otto=se*d oil try-day was neglected and more or
le«s mminal ClOßlag dull. Refined petroleum was quiet
and steady without char.g». The linseed oil market ted
a light Botardsjr trade, with prices holding firm as
i quoted. Quotations Pr-trcieum. bbl?. 17 2J-I*?*. l *,?™*:
J4 6T.; Philadelphia, bbls. $7 15. and bulls. MbO; re
fined cases. New- York. $S 50 COTTOSBEKD OTL—
Prime crude, fob mills. nominal: prime summer yellfw.
43<5434c- off summer yellow. 414 c: butter grades, .^c:
prime white. 47g474c: prime win;<-r yellw 4.c. . . . . .
LINSEED OlL— American gef-1. city raw 67©68croilt "f
town >-aw 8O0«7c: Calcutta raw fv><-: lard oil. «2ff?4c.
PROVISIONS— In re«r°nse to light hoes arrivals >atur-
I day's provision bbsi* op t 7.ed steady after which It ad
vanced on general covering and with grain and closed
firm Chicago receipts were 10,000; estimated- Monday,
23fH«. and next week. UiOOtt Al Kansas Uty_ there
; werefiOno hogs and at Omaha 3.5' M PORK— Quiet:
oooted: Mesa. Jisr-VBJI9 5..: family. *-"''' short clear
1 f 15»e$=i SO ...BEE Steady; toted: xeaa.' $** «i
familY HWi<9o r«cket. fl4 50^515: eirtralndiameßS.
«22«*24 .. BEEF HAMS— Steady: quot»i: JZZGtZZ- .. .. .
■ PRESSED HOGS— DuII: quoted:- Bacons, l^^c. lxo TK
liU*c- 1-iO Hi lOHc; 14-> Th. 104 c: p!CS 10 V- ,^.' T

:
■ '-.-' -L.\RD— Stead-r; quoted. 11.05 c. City lard steady:
quoted 1040ei0.5T.c RennM "ard s-'o»-.y: quotes. •'■••"
America. ll\c: Ccntin-nt IJV: Braill "«»i.J: 1 %,^ ">' ■
pr.und dull: quoted, Stead, .
I Rl-"e Oleo. 13**0. City lari stearine. i_ tc.
RI.'E-AU grades are in fairly =--ioa remand, and the
1 market Is steady. Quotations JoUow: 'g^^^^Sf^.
to low fair. 343-Hc; fair ni good. 4 *4 <a 3V: I>r «ne to
chcire. .V'iSfc: head. 6H«V: / ? '»'«. H^^ifSS:
foreign. s@sHc: do domestic, 3 1 if44c: Ja\a. 4*»S..c.
Ranpoo'n In bor.d. 21* a2 I *a2 x 4C. ».i_i_ .-.i v . *t
SUGAR— Refined sugar is fteady and WrtT a^.%e at
nn<-harie»<i list prices. Granuiat-d ia ouotfi at 4.(» c. A
few" cver-ales ar* r-ported. but there is n" eenous delay
4.*Oc: powdered, coarse powrtered an-1 fruit pnudere.l
4 75c : Eagle confectioners- granulate. 4.00 c: Eagle coarse
and ext£f fine rranul.ted. 4 75c: .&.«> 2 ,JV^ tT e « 4
•• Tb bags of fine granulated. 4.*5<-: Eagle 5 Tb tags nr
- .
molasses wjgar. aH te?t. 2 -*>-.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKET?
New-York. Aag 2. IS*>2.
orAvc i\-3 PEA?— Th» market holds a cry strong tone
£^^S-f^he?^^,f^n^ e aV^
p*a choice S2SJ2 05; do red kidney, choi.e. 1 2 4CKj$- 4-4.
do white kidney* choic-. S2fis2 1O; do yellow *>*- choice.
y 15SS2 174: do blsrk turtle sour. clio,c*. §1 W; do lima.
California, K«C$2»: do imported Giants *!*»}*£. Aa
imported marrow, round. $2; do Kiotzel* |1 <3©« N.. <io
marred! medium, prime. « 75g$l tt; do poc^W «Wl
Jl Wsl 70 cre*n peas. lf»01. bags per bush, n .^9
$1 77 1 -: do Scotch. H RO^fl ,
BUTTER— Th* we*k is closing wlth * firm tone on.po"'
tl-elv •ra cr^amerj-. demand for whi<-h :s equal to the
Quantity Undergrade* re still overpleni . presaea
for sale and weak. Hold-rs are. feeling for an export cut-
VtL but It Is hard to find. State dairy quiet and un
changed. Western Imitation creamery nominal. ■Western
factor/ urgently offered and weak. P.enovated lifeless
it« MtimDt^ll-ne valuer are entiPel, uncertain: quota
t'onsl^™? the small boslaass passing W« quote: Cr^aTn
iry extra- per lb. 204<-- flo firsts 18«»* do necond*. IS
©164?™0 thTrd? 176174-c; State dairvtuSs t^T^-^
SiJr ,!« firsts IS4«?U«C- do second?. 1.4&15 c; do thirds.
K?f do tVn. etc. 17©19 c: Astern imitation
ta~ic\- 174 - do good to choice. 16461« c: do lower
g"des. Vs>,«lfc? £nova--ed. fancy. We: do common io
• r -r- lGei74c: Western factory, fancy. Io4c: lo firsts.
16c?do Vfconds? 154 c; do thirds. 144515 c; packlnt stock,
CHEESE-There is very little large full cream cheese
available to-day ar.d market norn.:. steady. Small
flits howeverT are in considerable surplus, and with a
slSw eeroand the feeling is weak and irregular. There
l^es an" steadily held. Exports for week. 8.565 bsm.
KerPo?l "*b* 4« S for eotore4 and M. for whjte^ W.
auote: State, fall -cream, ema.:. colored, fancy, per tb
2%ic- uo --.oir-. 9*»«r»^=: do f alr to ood - *••% - lio
-™«'i m-tiite faicv 9%c: do choice. fl*»eoHc; do fair t«
goo^'9^4c: do large*, 'colored fancy 9«» c. do choice.
fcS*M*ic- do large, white, fancy. 9**r; do choice.
l4^Hc': do faiAo good. 9©«^c:_ State light skhns.
imJsJl choice Sc: do large, choice. 7\e: do part skims.
Pnm' 7e7'-r. do fair ta good, 54-8«4c; do common.
4c • *ull skims. 24®3c. «c.dv Hi S h grades are
EGGsAThe market closes steady High grades are
r»-her scarce and firm, and there has be*n a fair clear
ance of lower qualities, although at very irregular prices.
Some lots have been put into cold storage. Wo <Jt t *'
Jermev S»t* and Pennsylvania, fancy, selected, white,
dozer- 22c: do average, best. 20@204c: do fair to
•rood 160194 C" Western, loss off. 204 c: do 'anr-y
candied at mark 194 c: do fair to prime, lsfflftc: West
ern uncandled. graded. 160174 c: do uncandle^ un
graded 14317 c: Kentucky. 14ei6c: dirties. 133134 c.
checks." 128134 c: inferior euUs. 10©llc.
FRT'IT? FRESH— Apples in liberal supply and weaJC
Pears show no material change. Plum* dragging.
P«ache« in heavy supply and barely steady. Pineapples
selling fairly. Grapes neglected. Small fniits show ir
regular Quality and value, eicent prim- dry water
m»lons steady. Muskmelons inegular in quality. «•
ssjotsi Apples. Nyack Pirrrn band picked, per doublj
head bbl. }1 >9n 50: do Oranrre Pippin. Duchess. Red
Asrschan and Sour Bough. Jl 250J1 50; do Sweet Bough.
$128. do open heads, haj-.d picked, per bbl. *I<3*l «^ : d°
wludfalli. 90c951. pears. Bartlett. Jersey, per bbl. $3054:
do Clapps Favorite. $2SO*MB9s: do Catherine, prime.
f2 25@i2 75: do Bell, prime. $2952 50: do common cook
ing $125«5175; do Southern. L* Conte. $l«s3 50: do
Keller. $2«*2 50: pineapries. Indian River. Red Spanish.
24a pc- case. >2 .V) sa 30s. $2 75: do 365. $2 50: do 42a.
52©«25: do 48*. »1 509J1 75. do Florida. Porto Rico, per
carrier. J3£s3 .vi; do Smooth Cayenne. P«r case. $150©
$2 25. do Abbaka. $1 50©?2: peaches. Georgia, Elberta.
per carrier $1 250*2: do Emm». *1 25ff1«l 7.V do Craw
ford and Stump. $1 25SJ1 50. do poor. 75c«$l; do South
raro!i=a 7Be»J*l: do Maryland and Delaware, per crate.
90cA$l 23: do Troth, per basket. 40C«!0c: do larger sorts.
40«*0o do Western Marj'land. per 20-ES handle basket.
SOc do per 10-Ib handle basket. 25630 c; plums, uprtver.
per'S-Tb basket, 15«18c; do Maryland and Delaware. 15c:
do aa to kind, per quart. 3ffl6c: grapes. North Carolina,
Delaware, per 3t-tb ea e. 75cC$l 25: currants, average
prime, red. per quart. 4S6c; raspberries. Western N»w-
York, red. per pint. 5&Se: do upn«-er, red. 4!T7:. do Jer
eey red. SC6c: blackberries, upnver per quart. 9gl2c:
do upper Jersey. SSllc: do South Jersey. 7©Uc: itoote
berries. large, per quart, 6QBc: huckleberries. Pennsyl
vanla large, blue, per quart. flffSc; do Jersey, prime. 5®
So do Delaware and Maryland. J»C7c; watermelons.
S-uthern per carload. JI00CJ20O: do r-r 100. $gg*l6;
muskroelone. Jersey, per box. 50c©$l: do Marjland. fancy,
per crate. $i 25351 50; do poor to prime. 50cfi$l: d"
Baltimore. O«n. p«r crate. sf»e«*l 50. do per small
basket. 50e<5?1: do Norfolk. SOcCd: do Nfrth Carolina.
«<>uth Carolina and Georgia, per crate. 50c©$l: do New-
Mi-ricn. per standard crate. $I®s3.
DRIKD — Very Sittle doing in spot apples, and
maxkst continues qule: ana ncmlnal. Futures hare fair
attention aX aiwat farmer prie«ss. Small fruits la rneder
t:» *us»!y * -'^ o^tzlss vaceM hardly «c:itUat6i as yet.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1902.
Old stock pretty wsfl cleaned up. •* quote. Apples.
evaporated. ISOI. fancy, per n>. ll\#l2c: prime to
choice. lOHGUH"-: do common to good. 8«l<>c: do smv
dried, quarters, New-York, Ohio and Michigan IJOI.
5«6c: do Western, 5«34c: do Virginia. 4®44c: do
coarse cut. Tennessee. 34@4c; do chopped, per lw.l".
$1 900*2; do cores and skins. $1 WVffsl 85; raspberries.
1901. evaporated, per tt>. »322 c: cherries, 1901. State and
Pennsj-lvaaia. 13© 14c: do Southern 11®12.-. blackberrte*.
IJWI. prime. 7 J 4eSc: apricots. California. Moorpark. 1«J1.
12615 c; .- Royal. 9«11« peaches. California, IWI. un
pealed. 75104 c; do peeled. 144 MS - prunes. California,
HOP?— There is little if any change in the general f»el
irs nf the market; scarcely any moeesent. but rema.r.ing
stocks ar» light and holders quite firm in tlieir vte-a:..
{ir»w»r« are doing scarcely anything, claiming their traie
unusually light, owing to the nnfavorable w -<»atherconai
tlons. We quote: State. I* I rhoice. per Tb. 25a -t^o: .to
prime. 23@24c: do lower grades. 216224 c; do 1800. choice.
17#l!»c: do lowe- gTades. 1451«Jc; Pacific Coast. 1901. P."J" c
to -hctce. 2243244 c: do lower grades, 21322 c: « i.«».
choice. 17215 c; do lower grades, 14#16c; State and Pa
cific Coast; id olds. tfeiOc. ,
POULTRY— ALJVE— Th^r» were no fresh receipts <t
carload iota to-day Fowls and old roos**ra were cleane.l
Op pretty clo««!y and tone stesdy Chlckeas. nowever
are in large accumulation, mostly small Southern ana
Southwestern, ar.d a large quantity will hsv< be carr;e.t
srer. with feetlng weak and irregular. rurkeys verj
slow Ducks and g-eege steady Live pig* dnlL "c
quote: spr:ru; 1 hlriieii Western, large, per TT> U»c: 00
Southern an-i Soothwestern small, 13513-SC: fowls. B*c;
roosters. 94c: turkey?. He; duck?. Western, per pa.r.
703>>0c; do Soathern an-1 Southwestern. 60©70 c £<■-;.-».
Western $1 12©$1 25: do Southern and Southweste
f«tc: live pigeons, per pair. 15©20 c DRBSSED— Only
small nattering fresh receipts to-day, but scarcely an>
demand, and bulk of the desirable stock is going into
coolers. Fowls have cleaned up pr»tty well, but o,un«
.-1 few odd lota of ordinary chicken? string around, wnien
are arglng t ■ cheap buyers to clean up without mucn
regard to price. Bpfing ducks hs.ve sold fairly, and mf e j?
steadily held. Spring geese neglected. Prim* fresh ki-!<m
turkeys flrm. Squabs unchanged. We quote: Turkey?,
hen*." average best, per Ib. 14S>15c; do Western, tome,
average best 14@1.V; do poor to fair. Sgil>-: pprinc
chickens. Philadelphia, fancy. large. 20@21c: do mi7:ed
sizes 15#17c: do Pennsylvania, large, log 18c; do small.
12<514c: do Western, dry picked. 34^4 Tt, average to
pair per Ib. 15c, do scalded, do, 14c; do 3 It» and under
average to r air. 125a-l-"c; do poor. OQUk . f"*l9. Western.
dry picked, average best. 13c: do scalded. 13c; do South
western. 124@'13c: do Western, poor to fair. lO<gl2e: o.d
cocks »4?»4c; spring ducks. Long Island and Eastern
per rt>. 15S 154 c: do Jersey and upriver, 14@144c: sprins
reeae. Easten white. 15c; squabs, prime, large, wnue.
per dozen. 25: do mixed. $2 do dark. Ji 25@?1 50.
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES — Offerings of potatoes
continue liberal and market barely steady. Sweet pota
toes In liberal supply and about $1 tower Onions steady.
Cabbage) sell fairly. icumoeri plenty and low. <.orn
weak. EkST'lants dull. Lettuce firm and higher Peas
and un in heavy supply and low. Tomatoes qu,t*
plenty and weak at unchanged prices We quote: Pota
toes. Long Island, la bulk, per bbl. $1 12351 3.; do Jersey.
fair to prime KlffS] 25: do Southern, poor to primi 75c;cf
» 25; sweets. Southern, yellow, *l siVgs3: do red and
white. $1 75352 2.". Cucumbers. Jersey, per bushel box.
r.^Siic; do Norfolk, per bbl. 50«875c. cucumber pickles.
Jersey per 1,000 $13*1 75. Corn, Hacker.sark. per I<"'.
7.v-3si 50; do other Jersey. s<V?sl Celery. Jersey fsncj
larg«. per dozen. 303 40r- lo small. 10«?25c: do Michigan,
small l<Vf2or. Cabbage* Long Island, flat Dutch, per
100. J2«S3. Egg plants. Jersey per 4 bbl box or basket.
75c do per bushel box. SOflfioV. do Southern, per box.
50^75c. Lettuce. Western -York, per B-4p*en case
tltSs2.V« Lima bear.s. per 4 tM basket. $: ■- On._ons.
Long Island, red. per bbl. $2'?s': 25; do Connecticut, whlt?
$2; do yellow $2@s2 25; do red. ?25?2 25: do Oranse
County, red. per bag. $1 503 $2. do Jersey and .Southern,
white, per basket. Jl: do Southern, potato, per bbl. *- »■
$2 75. do p*r basket. $l?f?l 25: do Kentucky, pcr ■ bbl.
$2 6.ias2 -;. Peas. State Telephone. per basket. .^)!g.sc:
do western N»w-Tork. per bs* 209**. Peppers. Jer
sey, per bbl. SI9JI 25 do r r bushel hex. 35550 c String
beiuta. Iwng Island, per bas. 25«40c: do Jersey per 1
bbl basket. 25350 c; do Boston, per box. 25<j50c; do
Buffalo, per basket. SB«3or. Squash, marrow. P*Ti*M.
7.VSJI; do white. 25090 c do yellow, crook-neck. -..o-'« --
Turnips Rossi* per bbl. 40"g60c. Tomatoes. Monraouth
unty New-Jersey Acm». per box. 75c9$J do common^
tOASOc; do South Jersey Acme, sO@-75c: do commor.. _otf
40c: do Philadelphia and Jersey. per small basket l»i<g.-.oc
do Baltimore, Acme, per box. 6n075c: do B-iltirnor^ a.nd
Washington per small basket. 2r.Q3oc; lo Norfolk. p<>i
carrier. " 30fij50c.
HAY AND STRAW— HAT -The hay supply s!t':aticn
has rw»n a perplexing one n«"ar: ill of the week, and at
the clo«e there is nothing in sight that premises prompt
improvement. Prices ooßtlnua high tor everything userui.
but even with high prices there is not much money for
Sealers when so Bttle stock Is ro be handled. Had It not
been for the unusual opprni to Iraw from Canadian
boat supplies that have be»n waiting raauj days for ot
d*rs. there, would have been a temporary hay famine in
this city part cf the week The market Is likely to be un
settled antU more consistent offerings are assured w«
quote: Old No 1. per 100 Tb 95c05l 05: .1 ■ No 2. Ss3»"c:
do No 3. 874370 c: new bay rating No 2 in commercial
order. hSJTSOc; few lots can be piaced as they run
BTRAW— Long rye held ■ fairH- steady market for lne
w»ek an I losed 85 75e fir the attract iv« new to old.
Rec-tpts of hay md si-aw. in tons, reported at the
Produce Exrhar.«e at noon to-day: Hudson River Rail
r--ai 170 Erie. B0: Pennsylvania, 30; Weal Shore. 4":
Central nf New-Jersey, 50: rivr bes's. 110: canal boats.
197. Total. 677 toas Total (or week. 4.475 tor.?: total
last week, '1244 tons Exports. 11.003 bal« chiefly for
-..-,. Britain. Receipts of straw. 30 rnn? by river and
40 ;nnn by raU. Total fir week. '- tens; total last week.
.'.SO tons.
NAVAL STORES
The business rep rted In «pirit» tnrrerstir.e to-day was
of the bsqsl Saturd ■ half holiday slarkr.^ss. ar.d without
fea'ure Prices ruled unchane<-<i anl »h^ undertone about
steady at 4«4c for machino bbls. For rosin there was a
'air inquiry, but net much aetu.n business transacted.
Prices wr* teady and uni-han«r<-.!. Tar enntinued very
firm, thoui unrhangod. %\> quote: ...
SPIRITS TURPENTINE— OiI and machine, bb.s, 4r.t}'
TAR— Pine. bbta. J2?-5: sal bMs. $480
ROSIN — Common to KcxvrJ strainer!. Jii.4: P. *'<•--:.
c Jl « r. $1 70: r,. $1 75: H. $1 >• t. ta 4«; K. $3; M.
$3 43. N. J3 75; W O. J4 I<>. W W. *4 25.
STOCK ON HAND.
Rosin. Kols ~ - -"~}?\
Tar. bbls • T A?
Spirits turpentine, bbls 1..»^l
Wilmington. Aug. 2— «r>in-« turpentine— Recrtpis.- 87
rßsksr B sks Roß'.n «te»f!y. Jl 1(^1*1 15. re--»ipts. 2U bW«
Crttda turp*niine f.rai, $1 4(». t." 50 «nd & *•; rei.»-:p!.«. >i_
bbls. T-ir arm Jl 50 welpts-. M hbla.
London. Auk. 2.— Turpt-ntir.*— .^rir:;.i>. •>-• Od. Rr.s,n—
Amerli-an strained, 4s 7-* d: fin*. !•» od.
Savannah. Aus. j — Turp»nt;n»- rirrri. 43S*": recelpfs.
1 034 bbls: sales. 4<>* bbls: errtortn. .'{3s bW». Rosin firm;
rece'e-!" 2.7<H bMs: *rp.->rt?. _ "(U bhls. Quote: A. B. <".
Jl 10; D. Jl If.: E. $1 30: F. Jl 2T-: O. *1 30: K. Jl «0; I.
$1 M. K. J2 45: M. $295; S. f 3O; W G. J3 ¥>: \Y W,
•-
Cbarlestoo, Aug. 2. — Turpeni n« and rosin unchanged.
LIVK STOCK MARKET.
New-York. August 2. I^2.
BEEVES— Receipts. 3 cars, or 55 head, all consigned
direct. No Bales reported. Dresst-d b~f steat-y: city
dressed nauve sides 8«134c r«r Hi. ."abr^s last received
quoted American live cattie selling at 14©14% c, dr<?t.«ed
weight and refngerator fc-ef at 11»'- r*r Ib. The foi.ow.
■r.g exports are rerx.rted for t-wiay: The Bohemian, »' l r
Ljv«*t»ool H» cattle and 4,« M |uarMrs of t*«f: t!i<-
L'H-ania 'for LJverp 101. I.o"<> luarten lestimated); ih*
Mlnnehaha, for London. 870 eaUJ; an.! 1.2.- quarters,
the British Princess, for Londoi S7! catt!«: tne Toronto
for Hull <may not sail b«fore Monday). 1W cattie. aad
the Pretoria, for Bermuda. X* catUe, 15j aep and
B«— No re • pta and no trading; city dressed
v<-als<. 'J4€l2c per Ib: country dressed, 743104 c; drcsyed
grassers and buttermilks. «©S<-. ,_.. _ .. . ,
SHEEP AND LAMBS— Receipts Jhr. eluding - far- direct
for slauKhter. were » car*, or 4 »72 h*ad. miUw with
the stock carried over from yesterday, a. tots; of -t» >
cars to tM sold, al! at Jersey City. The marker ni.0.l W
dull and sheer. and all lambs, CXOCPI strictly choice, were
rated (.till lower than yesterday. About 8 cars Of «**
were unsold lncludinK late arrivals. thi.-ep so.d at ss - >%■
Si r-4 "er'l.iVrr. l»T.b« at j;i37 4.c*« 4.'-- Dre^std mut
tr,n"s4«s^ per ft dressed lamhs. B©llHc.
P l.Kerns C ramlsfi >n Company: 251 Kentucky lambs.
rf4 1* average, a' » «?* P* ««• Tb: 31 fc «s It,, at
$*=-■■- 147 iio. «4 rb, at So .V>; 7" do. 59 Th. at $.>3.4;
"47'do'&S ti at $5 -•• -• do. rtS IT., at $.".25: .in,
iIT n at S5 25- 24i do. <» TT!. al $8 25 14* Kentucky
sh— r. 102 Vat $3»; 4O 10, 103 Ib. at 50; 154 do.
"Newton ACo 235 West Virginia unbg, 64 rb, at $645;
274 do, 70 rb. at Jti; 224 Virginia 10. 83 to al J5 73; 2»
West Virginia she«-,\ 7tj tb. at J4 i- - : ZV do. S> n>. at
J3 50; « do. 125 Ib. at IS SB 24 Virg.nla. do. M tb. at
S3 25
Tohin & Shannon: 19S Kentucky lambs 72 R tl J5 62'j;
42 Kentucky sheep, 109 Ib, at J3 50.
S. Sanders: 21« Kentucky lambs, Xi rb. at ft? -'
McPherson ,v Co.: 254 Virginia lambs. 51 rb. at *■> >o.
31 Virginia sheep. &6 tb, at J3 25.
8 Jodd & Co. . 246 West Virp'nia lambs, «W Ib. at $5 50;
25 West Virginia »nr»p, 83 ID. at J.!su; (late yestarday)
236 Kentucky lambs. e« Ib. at |9 124; 'J sheep. •- Tb. at
J** 25
Harrtngton & Co.: 251 Kentucky lambs (very ccmmoni.
44 it>. at J3 374. ISS Kentucky sheep. 102 It., at $3 35-
HOGS — Receipts, 5 ears, or '.*7<> head: none on sale
alive: nominally weak; country dressed unchanged.
Kales — S Judd <!fc Co (late yesterday): 70 Western nogs,
179 Ib average, at $7 t>s per IM Ib; 1 rough, 120 tb. al $<$.
OTHER MARKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. Aug. 2. — Cattle — Receirts. 300 head: steady;
good to prime, steers. SSSJ&SS; poor to prime. J4 50©
*7«0; stockers and feeders. «2 50®$5; cows. $1 «>•*s:
heifers. J2 25QJ8 50; canners. $1 50SJ2 50; bull?. J- s(>®
J5 5O; calves. S3©J7; Texa* fed steers, $B«ss 75: West
ern steers $Sm6SO. Receipts to-day. lO.ctoO head;
Monday 25.000: left over. 8.«80 al w, sglf>c lower;
mixed and butchers', J7«*7 75; good to choice, heavy.
t7aoOs7 rough, heavy. $7©s7 40: light. $6 80©*7 55;
bulk of sales J7 3O©s7 55. Sheep — Receipts. 508 head;
sheep and lambs steady; good to ehoi.-e wethers, $375p
J425; Western sheep. S2 50®$4. native larr.Ls. $3 50®Jt$;
Western lambs, J5 75.
Kansas City. Aug. 2.— Cattle — Receipts. 100 head;
market nominal: choice export and dressed beef steers.
*7>i>©sß 35: fair to good. J4 7.Vg 75; ■tOCksrs and
feeders. *2 65«J55 40. Western fed steers, J4*>sg>«"s;
Texas and Indian steers. $2 553J4 10: Texas cows. $2 .5
CJ3 10. native cows. $l.VWg$5 50; native heifers. 52 3o<B>
J4 50: canners. JI3(VSS2 35: bulls. J2©J4: calves. J2 2a©
$5 25. Receipts for the week. 46.000 cattle. 4,550 caJvas.
Hogs— Receipts. 3,<XK) head: market steady to a shad*
loi»* r - top. $7 75: bulk of sales, $7 40«$7«o: heavy. J. JO
e5775- mixed packers. $7«0O$7« light. f7 +.v®s7 60;
Yorkers. $7 46©57 50; pigs. 751JJ7; receipts for th*
rreelt. 23 000 head. Sheep— nominal: native,
lambs. $3 50e?«; Western lambs. $3 20«55: native weth
ers $3 B(ies-175. Western wethers. $3 355J4 2.V fed ewes.
$8 45e54 40- Texas clipped yearlings. $3 15<354 45; Texas
clipped sheep. $3 20<5«3 55: stockers and feeders, J- .OS>
$3: receipts for the week. 10.«00 head.
East Buffalo. Aug. 2.— Canle— Receipts. 175 head: good
cattle steady: -common very dull: veals steady. $3 50®
$7 75 Receipts. 2.4<» head: slow. 10"?15c low-r:
heaVy. I7M»S: mixed. 90««7»; Yorkers. «7 85«7»0:
light Yorkers and pig*. $7 80fl«7K roughs. $6 tXHJ Vi 'M
stags J5 75«$rt 50. closing weak. 1"> I • ST. Sheep and
latnbn— Receipts. 1.000 mixed sheep arid .ye». etrong, _»c
higher: others steady, lambs. J4 25056: yearlings. $4 .5&
J5 25J wethers. $*75«T55. SW«S. J4 25«54 50; she-p. J2 25
Ea's* Liberty. Aur 2 — Cattle «t*ady choice, $7 yr&
f7*)-" prime $7»s*7 25: eood. $6 .V«S$« 75. Hogs lower.
prime heavies. S7f*)eJ7s»: mediums. $7 90; heavy York
ers J7SSCTJ7 9O; pigs and tight Yorkers. $7 So®*7
roughs J6CS7 -H>. Sheeo slow; best wethers, J4 159J4 Mil.
culls andcommon. 31 50«52: choice lambs. JS 25«J5 «0;
veal calves. S7ffs7 50.
Tff^ STATE OF TRADE.
Buffalo. Aug 2.— Flour quiet. Wheat— Spring, ->n"erlngc
llstht No 1 Norrr.ern. 7Sc. carloads; winter unsettled. No
•' r-d. 734 c. Corn unsettled. No 2 yellow. <?7c; No 3dc
664 c: No 2 corn. fift^r. No 3 do. 85Hc. Oats dull and
unsettled: No 2 white. 604 c: No I do. 60c; No 2 mixed.
5Sc No 3 do. 574 c. Rye — No 1, In store, offered at elc.
Canal freights steady.
Chicago. Aug 2.— The leading futures ranged ss fol
lows:
Wheat. Xo. 2: Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
September 68 T 4S7f>4 TO'i f% 70S
r.ecember - *VS'ii9<sS>H «'..-; Mr « fiO'ff'K'S
j( a y 71H471*4 724 71 ! "I**.
Corn. No. 2: • • ■'. i '■,'.■
5eptember1......564«58H 5S 564 57»*557 T i
r>eceniber -.... 434H3H 43 ! 3 43 *}J6
Ma/T....^— •OIiSHH _ 41>iiO»i«4i)T4 *!*
- Oats, No." 2:' " ' "' " ' • "" •-—;-;;
September <old>. 2*=; 29U 25«4 2S*i
September (new). 32H£32H 33 32H 32%033
December (new). 30»iS3r»Ti 31 s BMI 31
May 32 22 31* a 315«31
Mess pork. per bbl :
September SMttK $16 92^ Jl« 62 l $16 85
October 1« «> 16 07 1 - I*s*o 16 95
January - 15 70 ISStlsj 15 70 15 t>7V-:
Lard, per 100 tb:
Poptember 10 77' i Jrt 97V: 10 77-, 10 82^
October 10 37 ! 5 10 47"-s 10 374 lf» 47H
January a 75 8 S3 8 75 I S5
Short rflM, per 100 Tr>:
September 10 30 1O 57H 10 30 1»33
October 10 lrt M3SH l'> l'> Wfi!l
January S 2O S 20 8 30 »20
Cash quotations were as foiiow«: Flour easy; winter
pstente. $3«0«t2 70; straights. $3 i<;@?3 s<<: clear?. 12800
$3 30; spring special*. $4 2txgs4 30: patent 3. $3 50©$-> •.■>:
straights. S.".«??:{ 30. Wo 2 «pr'n* wheat. 72J*. 4c: No ■».
«7573 c: No _• -ed 70 s *ic: No 2 yellow oorn, t>l'--: No -
oats. 35g304c; No 3 white. 5965.~>c: No 2 rye. 5:: l «<-; No 1
flaxseed, $1 48; No 1 Northwestern. SI 33: prime timothy
see<l $3 33 clover, contract grade. $« 35<g$S ■»"■ mess pork.
prr bbl. Si«7os*l6 80: lard. per 100 tb. $10 S6®slo 87 4 :
short riae etrtes »loo«e». $10 +s@slo 55: shoulder* (boxed).
91« iS9 I «iS» 1 -4 C: short clear si<les iboxed*. im@llHc: whiskey,
basis of high wteea, *1 31. On the Pr<*3ur» Exchange to
day the butter market was steady: creamery. l#3U>**c;
Isirt**. 15fflS4c. Cttmm firmer. lOHSIIc. EgSB easy.
fresh. L7c.
Duluth, Aug. I— Clone: Wheat— Cash. No 1 hard.
7614 c: No 1 Northern. 73% c: No 2 Northern. Tl%c: Sep
tember 6S)H<-: D-rember. 6?%e; Manitoba, No 1 NorUl
-rn. cash. 73*; c; No 2 Northern. 71*ie. Oats— September.
»nU _^
Milwaukee. Aug. 2.— Wheat— Close: No 1 Northern. >9c;
No 2 Northern 77g7Sc: September. 704 c. Rv ad >" :
No 1. 88c. Barley firm; No 2. f1.V368c; sample. ftO'gbOe.
Corn — September. M%C
Minneapolis. Aue. 2. — Cloae: Wheat — September. 9T%c:
December *'.S?lfifi»i'-: on track. No 1 hard. i.V": No 1
Northern. 7.">'ic: No 2 Northern. 73*»c. Flour— Ftrst pat
ents. $38505395; Meoad patents. $3tisQs3 75; first clears.
53353 10: second clears. $2 40. Bran, in bulk. Sl4.
lelphla Aug. 2— Wheat "4c higher: contract grade.
AuiiKt 74@74 1 -4 C. Corn firmer- No 2 yellow, on track.
654©«94c. Oats firm: No 2 white clipped. 60c. Butter
steady: extra Western creamery. 21c. do nearby, prints,
•>-V Ebe.i steady: fre6h. nearby. 20c. loss off. do Western.
"0c?2 f > 1 ->c ' loss off: do Southwestern. IS<sl!><\ loss off; do
Southern 15517 c. loss off. Receipts— Flour. 900 bbls and
1.068.000 rt> In sacks: wheat. HO.nort bush: corn. 2.400
hush: oats 4.000 bush. Shipments— 26,000 bush:
corn. 3.000 bush: oats. sVSOB bash.
St. Louis. Aug. 2 — Close Wheat— N" 2 red. cash.
64% c September. 654 c: December. 67 »c, No 2 hard. <5S^
70c Corn — No 2 cash, BBc; September. 50c; December.
37**037 He Oats — No 2 cash. 30c; September. 3Tc; No 2
white, Id. 59c.
.financial.
Haight & Freese
Established AA Slnin Office.
STOCKS. BONDS, GRAIN, COTTON.
We will be pleased to send you upon request our 409
page cloth bound, illustrated "Gn.<le to Investors."
also Stock and Cottoo Market Letters. Issued
erails. mailed free.
Steamboats
ON THE FAST MODERN STEAMERS
KMTH STAR SM ROIATIQ NALL
of the MAINE STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Is, th» most charming short oc»an voyage out of New Y'irk.
No summer tour complete without It. Btsamsn leave Pl»r
(New) S2 East River, foot of Pike St.. New York. MON
DAY?. TUESDAYS. THUBSDATS. FRIDAYS and SAT
TTRDAYS LI SP. M Connecting for White Mountains.
Rangely Lakes. Bar Harbor. St. John and Halifax.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO PORTLAND
via steamer Manhattan. Good ta return until Sept. 12.
Bound trip fare reduced to ST.OO.
LONG ISLAND SOUND BY DAYLIGHT.
De«rrlptlv» book fr»» on application at Tlclt't Office. 290
Broad* and Pi»r 32. East River.
T*l»rhona 31S>«-31!>» FrsnkMn. Also all agents.
" : =f JIEBSEY CIMTKAL
.M MOK MUTE
FROM PIER 8, FOOT RECTOR ST., N- R-
Boats »v. at 9:00. 10:00. 11:00 A. M.. and 1:00. 2:00.
3 4.'. 420 5:30. S:00 P. M.: Sundays. 10:00 A. M.. 1:00.
4:00. 8 00 P. M.. for all
MEW Blll&lSSlfiu Iklyl^ ii BESOKTS.
I r^^C£>'Tr'^ry) a nd points in
L©UiJ^) U UUIJU NEW ENGLAND.
KALJ. RIVER LINK, vts Fall River »nd Newport Leav.
FIT 1!> N. R , foot of Warren at. W»«-k lay» and sun
dae at 3:30 p. m. Steamers i'RISCILLA sad RITAN.
rROVIOENCK LJNEX via Provldenc-. Leare Her '*»•
N H foot Murray •*. tVeelc days «nly *S:On p. m-
Stearoen PLYMOUTH and CONNECTICUT. Orrhe*tm.
STi'NIN'JTON LjNE. vt« glonlngton. Pasaaaajar ssrvtea
:frr.prr.«r:;y discontinued. ■• : .
NORWICH USK for New London. Fisher's I»;* n^-
Btonlnjrton Watcii Hill Narraganssti Pier. Blrck Island.
VorwTrti IToKMtir, Boston, the North and East. Staam
irsj CJTY OF WORCESTER and MAINE. Leave Pier 3ti,
N" R.. foot Spring ft.. < .* 'lays only, at (8.8.
NEW HAVEN UNE. for Sew Haven. N>w Britain Meri
den. Hartford. - ngfleM and the North. From Pier 25.
V n '■fit p»ck S!sp. Week days Str RICHARI PECK
leave,* 3 <)o M?»fs. * P. M. : CHESTER W. rHAPIN. 12:00
midnleht.- Sunday*. RICHARD PECK leaves » so a. rr..
lEast 21st St.. 9:4 v"i). returning, due N-v York. '-< p. m.
MONTAVK STEAJBaHBAT MftilPASflY
FOR BLOCK ISLAND. R. I." ORIENT. GREENPORT.
B %&.TER WIjANn^L-THOLD AND
Steamers leave New '■ rk. !>r 1.~. E. g . near Wall st..
, I '..; ..,., - -SO P M Saturday* 1
P M •'n Mnrdays e«rm ■■. BA, M . for Sag. Harbor
,nd Jntermsdtata landings except Southold. Tues , Thurs.
and Bat steamer does not stop at Southold.
Xv ViTI'RDWS one ol the »t»ain»r» of the sfontauk
Calm l : ne will connect at *ontau* with L. I. R . R. train
uivinK New York IWth St.. I 2u, Pier 13. near Wall St..
i 00 Flatbush aye . Br oklya. 1:18 P. M.. arriving at
Block Island at 7"oi> P. M.
i-aiatial dteani^r* "New York" aad "Albany." of ihe
HUDSON RIVER PAY LIN
Fastest sad BEMSt river boats In the World.
For the CaJskiils. Albary. Saratoga and at] polnu East.
North Ju.d West. Daily, exrept Sunday.
Leave Brooklyn. t"*i;lton St. (by Annex) _S:00 A. M.
Deitiro'^K. -s St. Pier B:4« "
" Wast ZU St _ _- '.m»> "
" West 12»th St ~ 9:15 "
Lending at Yonkers. West Point. Newburgh. Pough
keepsl*. K!i»rsto.i Point. Catsklll, Hudson and Albany.
Through tUk-'ts to all points on sal-: at leading ticket
cfTce». Including. tho«e of the New York Transfer Co..
who check baicgaga from reaiden-e to destination.
Morning and afternoon concerts. Fine restaurant.
Direct route for Saratoga. Lake George, Adi
rondacks and Thousand Islands.
6teameni ADIRONDACK nr DEAV RICHMOND leara
Pier 32. N R. foot Canal St.. at « P M.. week days
only, making direct connection with express tralna for
above named points. Saturday night steamer connects
with trains for Aharon Springs. Saratoga. North Creek.
Caldweil and steamer on Lake ueorge. Summer Book Free.
ITKdD^ DBGD^TT©
leave Pier 48. N. R.. toot West 10th Street daily 5
P M except Saturday. SUN DAT STEAMERS TOUCH
AT ALBANY. Direct railroad connection at Troy lor all
resorts North and East.
Excursions. TROY. $2 50: SARATOGA. $4.5<V
Dining-rooms on Main Deck. Searchlight Display.
Send for Booklet Excursion Tours.
UjiA D SittiJiLlL isWl&iKJOlKlufl lime.
Boats leave every week day; Pier 43, N. R.. 6 P. M.,
and West 120 th St. T 9 M.
Extra boat Saturdays; Pier 43. N. R.. 1:30 P. M. West
129 th St.. 1:50 P. M.
TTT.'DSON RIVER STEAMER MART POW
■^ ELL. Leaving Desbrosses St. at 3:18 P. M. (Satur
days 1 45 P M.) W. 22nd St. 3:30 P. M. (Saturdays 2
P M ) 129 th St. on SATURDAYS & HOLIDAYS ONLY
220 P M. For Highland Falls. West Point Cornwall.
Newburg, New Hamburg. Milton. Pokeepsle. Esopuj.
Hondout and Kingston. Orchestra on board.
©ccan Suamrrs
AfALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
From New York Wednesdays. Fridays and Saturdays,
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
6TRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets issued to all
points in Texas Colorado. Arizona. Caarornia. Mexico,
4c Georgia, Florida, 4c. Dellghtlu! Excursions.
Write lor our 60-paxe "Pocket Guide" (mailed fr«e>.
C. H MALLORY 4 CO.. Gen. Agta.. Pier 2u. S. R-. N. T.
\ — WHITE STAR LINE.
**• NEW-YORK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Celtic Au?. •>. noon i Cymric Aug. 22. noon
Gernanlc Aug. Ui noon; Oceanic .. Aug. 27. noon
Teutonic . Aug. 20. noon| Majestic &*-pt. 3. noon
Pier 48. North River. Office. 9 Broadway. New-\ork.
LLANSTATE LINE.
■**■ NEW YORK TO GLASGOW.
Sardinian August 131 Carthaginian Sept. 3
Laurentlan August 20 1 Sardinian. .... . . . iii •*•»*■ 17
Cabin. $45 and upward. Sacood Ca-bln. J32.50.
AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO . 53 Broadway. N Y.
-T A VELOCE."~FAST ITALIAN LINE.
"H'ia-. iitazlone Itallaxia a Vapors to Naples. Genoa.
EVERY TUESDAY, troto Pier W 34th St
Large Cabins. Dining sal<«in on promenade deck.
BOLOGNESI. HAKTFIELD A CO . 28 Wall St.
TTALIAN KOi'AL MAIL & S- CO.
A NAVIGAZIONE OENERALE ITALI.AJ<A.
NAPLES— GENOA-ALEXANXBIA.
ALL NEW STEAMERS. WEEKLY »ERI
HIRZKL. FELTMANN & CO.. 11 Broadway, tl. T.
4 D\*ERTISEMENTS and »uh.scripUon« lor The Tnbun*
A. received at their Uptown Offtc*.
NO. L3tl4 BROADWAY.
Between S6Ui cad 87tir sta.. uatu » o siock »• a.
HailroaiJs.
PENNSYLVANIA
8 RAIIiROAD,
STATIONS foot Sf WEST TWENTY-THIRI> STREET
AND DESBROSSES AND CORTLANDT STREETS.
C7"Thc leaving; tlm^ from Oeibronaes and
Cortlandt Streets t» five uiinates Inter this
that given l>«lovr for enty-tbird Street
Station, except nhrre othcrivlse notrel.
T.5."i A. M. FAST JIAIL-— Limited to two Buffet Parlor
Cars BJeej York t< Pittsburg. Sleeping Car PittsUurg
to Chicago. Ko coaches tc Pittsburg.
S.ST. A. M. FAST LINE. Pinsburg and Cleveland.
9.H.1 A. M. FEaOTSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Clsas
rartm<:nt Sleeping. Dining. Smoking an-t OSservation
Cars. For Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati.
Indianapolis Louisville. St. Louts.
1.55 P. M. THES PENNSYLVANIA SP3CTAI »>
hoar train to Chlcaao. Pullman Compartment.
Drawins-room s'eepir.e. Dining and BufTet Smoking Car.
1.. P. 81. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.—
For Toledo. Nashville »via Cincinnati and Louisville).
Indlanarjolis. Chlc-igfl St Louis. Dtning Car.
5.35 P. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS For Ptttstmrg. Cin
'■(nnati. Indianapolis, Louisville. St. Louis. Dlr.lng Car.
For Welch. W. v» fvia Shen-ind. ih Valley Route.)
5.55 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS— Chicago. For
Toledo, except Saturday Dining Car.
T.SBJ P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.— For Pltt»bur«r JM
Chicago. For Knoxville dally, via. Shenandoah "\ alley
Route. Connects for Cleveland -rcopt Saturday.
8.25 P. 3T. CLEVELAND ANP CINCINNATI EX
PRES?.— For Pittsburg. Cleveland and Cincinnati.
wjuammßrmm asd the SOUTH.
7.55. 5.25. 9 2., <Dlnln< Cart. 10.10 iDesbmsses and Cort
landt Streets, 10 20) (Dlnin- Car). 10.55 . (Din-.ne; Car)
a. m.. 12.3S (Dining Caf). 2.10 tD-sbrosses and Cort
landt Btresta, 2.20) (3 25 "Congressional Lim . ' all Par
l«r and Dinin* Cars). S.2S (Dintnß Car). 4.25 'Dinir.?
Car). 4.55 (Dining Car). 925 o. m.. 12.10 night. Sunday.
B. 28; 9.25 (Dcr.in* Car). 10.55 (Dnlne Car) a. m.. *— •»
(Dining Car). (3.25 "Congressional Lim.." all Parlor sad
Dining C«r?>. 3.25 (Dining Car). 4.25 (Dining Car). * •»
(Dining Car). 9.25 p. m.. 12.10 night. ._ ..
SOUTHERN RAlLWAY.— Express. 3.25. 4.23 p. m.. 12.10
night dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Express. 925 a. m. and 925
p m. dm y.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.— "FIorida and Metro
politan Limited." 12.55 p. m. dally. Express. 1-10
r.lght daijy
NORFOLK AVD WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
and New Orleans 3.25 o m. daily. ,
CHESAFEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.SS a. 13. week
«iay«. 12.58 and 4 55 p. m. daily. _ „
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— -55 a. m.
week-days and 8.55 r. m. daily- . .
ATLANTIC C1TY.— 9.55 a. m. and 2.55 p. m. week^.aT*.
Sundays. 7.55 a. m. Through Vestibuled Trains. Bu-»*
Parlor Cars and Standard Coaches on week-days. Far
ler Smokinc Car. Parlor Cars. D'.nißg Car. aad Standard
Coaches on Sundays
CAPE MAY —12.55 a. m. week-days. . jm __
For points o n New York and Lone Branch Railroad Jf™ ra
West Twenty-third Street Station*. S.W a. m.. 1--1».
1.10 (Saturdays oniyi 2.25 2..15. 3.25. 4.10. 4.55. anl 8.55
p. m. week-days. Sundaya 7.55. 925 a. m.. 4.55 P- m.
(from Desbro&ses ar.d Cortlandt Streets). 330. 9.00 ra..
12.20. 120 (Saturdays only). 2.30. 3.10. 3-40. 4.20. 5-10,
and 7.00 d. m. week-days. Sundays. 5.15. 9.45 a. 3>..
5.15 p. m.
FOR pniLAPELPHIA. _
6.10 (Desbrosaes and Cortlandt Streets. 6.2<T). 7.25. 7.».
8.23. »55. 9.25 (Dining Car>. (8.89 Per.na. Lilßttsa). 10. 10
(Desbroeaes and Cortlandt Streets. 10.20 Dining Car>.
10.55 (Dining Car). 11.55 a m . 12.55 .Dir.'rr Car>. 1.55
fDlnlnjr Ca->. 2.10 tDesbrosses and CorUandt Streets.
2.20). 2.55. .25 iDir.ir^r Can. 3.55. 4.25. 4.2.' «Dlnir!?
Car). 4.95 iDining Car). 5.55 (D'ning Car). 7.55. 8.25.
P 55. 9.23 p. m I2JO night. Sundays, *.!0. 7.55 (no
coached). 5.25. 55 25 tDir.ise Car*. 955 (Limited.
55. 10.55 (Dining Car* a. m.. 12.55 iMtH Car). 1.55
(Dinin* Car). 3.25 (Dminsr Car). 3.55. 4.25 'Dining Car>.
4.55 (Dining Car>. 5.55 (.Dining Car). 7.55. 825. 5.55. 9-25
p. m.. 12.10 night.
Ticket offli-es Nos. 481. IIS?. 1354. 11l snd 261 Broad-vay;
182 Fifth Av»nue (below 23d St.); : Astor House; West
Tejeuty-thln) Street Station, and stations foot ot De»
brosses and Cortlandt Streets: 4 Court Str* S6O Fulton
Street. n« Broadway and Pennsylvania Annex Station.
Brooklyn: Station. Jersey City. The New York Transfer
Company wiß call for and check baggag* from hotels
and renldences through to Aastlaatton.
Telephone '•914 Eighteenth Street' Jor Pennsylvania Rail
r->ad Cab B«»»l<!a.
J. B. ECTCHINSON. T. R. WOOD.
General Manager c«nerat Passr Agent.
NEW YORK, ONTARIO I WESTERN RY.
Lvs. Frrnklln St. Lvs. W. 42nd Bt
:3 IS A. M Way Train 3:30 A. M.
T:«A.M Day Express to O«w«go *.0O A. M.
9:05 A. M Liberty Express 9:15 A.M.
•11:40 A. M.Uberty r.pl (Satya only 12:00 noon). Noen
12:00 Noon_ Express to Norwich 12 13 P. 1L
•12:45 P. M Saturdays to Rockland I*o P. M.
3:00 P. M RBenvUla and Kerhonksoa 3:15 P. M.
3:25 P. M Express to Rockland 3:i5 P. M.
55:40 P. M -.Western Express— «rt» P. M.
•Saturiays oniv. JDally.
Parlor dr seats at 425 Broadway only.
(Trfun 6tcamcr».
fSGDEnnriK! (S[EDa§3B^S3 (LlLdD^iSa
rAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH— <"*HSP.BOCRG — BREMEvN.
From Pier iZ Nona River. Gansevoort St.
Kaiser... .Aug. 12. 10 a. M. Kronprlnz-.Aag. 23. 10 a.m.
•Hoheszollem.Aug.l6.lo AM Kalstr SspC f. 10 A.ii.
Kaiserln...Auic. 19. 10 A.M. \ Kaiserta. . .Sept. l«. 10 A.M.
•From Pier 24. ft. of Amity St.. Brooklyn.
TWIN SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
Cherbourg — Southampton alternately, and Bremen.
From Bremen Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
Lulse Aug. 7. 10 A. M. IBrtam Aug. _«. >•"!
KurfaerK.Aug. 14. tw A. M. Frtedrtca Ss»* 4. Noon
Barharassa.Aug 21. HA.M.Luise Bspt 11. Noon
MBDITBRRANSAN SERVICE.
GIHR.\LTAR— NAPLES— GENOA.
From P'.-r 21. ft. of Amity St.. Brooklyn.
Aller Aug. n. 10 v. M.lAUer Sept. 13. 2 P. M.
iJLhn Aug. 23. IO A. M. ! Lahn Sa*t 27. 1 P- M.
Tray- .. Sept. 6. M A. M ! Trave . - Oct. 11, 10 A. m.
OELRICIIa A CO No! 5 BROADWAY. N" Y.
Louis H. Mever. -»:• South Third St.. Plnla.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL, S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL S. S. CO.
TOTO RISEN KAISHA.
Eet-ween sa-. Francisco. Honolulu. Yokohama. KoO«.
Kaasaaaad. Shanghai. Hong Kcng.
Steamers leave San Francisco at 1 P. M.
COPTIC Aug. 01GAELIC Sept. 3
AMERICA MLARU..Aug. 16 HONGKONG MARU.Sept. tl
KORE.V Aug. 2ti CHINA Sept. 13
For freight passenger and geaeraj Information apply to
349 Bmadwav or 1 Battery Place. Washincto= Bmldlng.
sad 257 Broadway. '
RAMBURG-AIIEIICAM LliE.
FOR PUTMOUTH— CHEBBOrB&-HAJißt'Jia y
TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS SKBTICB-
A Victoria Aug 14. 10 AM Columbia. .. Aug 2«. '*JAIT
r. Bismarck. A 5g 21. lftAM^A. Victoria... Sep^ll. 10 AM
TWIN-SCREW PASSENGER SER^CE.
WaMersee....Au K . 5. 7AM Moltke Aug. U». 10 AM
Penr.silvaaia.Aug. 12. noon: Patricia. Aug. 26. l<-:30 A. M.
HAMBUP.G-AMERICA.V UNE.
OOees, S5 and 37 Broadway. Piers. Hobokea. N- J
DELIGHTFUL SUMMER CRUISB
TOSAUFgU, DB. S., SVDMITf, 3. 1.,
ADHD it, JiISSSI'S, M. f.
Through Long IsUnd. Vineyard Haven and Xanrneket
Passenger Steamers "ROSALIND" and "SILVIA"
Pall from P!e7 No. 40. N. R,._ foot West Houston at. oa
»n!low>nr date: ! and further information Oct. I. S,
BOWRING i CO.. 17 STATE ST.. NEW TORK-
©(LIB DDCDIffIDKOQ^SO (LCKIII
DAILY SERVICE.
Kor Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Portsmouth. P!r.=ef i
PotnT and Newport News. Vs.. connecting for Petersbors.
R?chmond. virgjm* B«»ca. Washlnston. D. C. and *nUr»
South ana and*'p»sseng«- steamers san from Pter s*.
Froight and Passenser steamers sail from Pier at
K. R., toot oX Beach St.. every week day at 3 P SL
as, a., raw. « WALKEB. Traffic Ma.-uger.
SSA W)iT£ Tim 6/UJnUfwl
ss. Advance __..A«. E Tu^n.^ : ....AU,. 25
Includlnc Meals and Berth.
pa\'am\ RAILROAD steamship line.
Office. 24 StatV si R. U WALKER. Trafae Mgr.
Steamships 0< the RED -D" UNE will sail for 3*n
* Ua s n PhTuDELPHU Saturday. J asrAss
«" & CiRACAf ...... Saturday. August 23. noon
S. & For freight or passage apply to
BOULTON. BLISS * DALLETT.
General Managers. 133 Front at.
AKKBOOGDK ILDKIii. SmSSm
From Pier 54 North River, foot ->f West 24th St.
F-irneasu: Aug. 9. nooni ColumbU ...Aug. 23. noon
Vnchorti Aug 1« nooni Ethiopia Aug 3«». noon
AnCh First s-loon. JSO and upwards
Second saloon. J35 and up. third class. .and up.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 and 1» Broadway.
AMERICAN LINE.
« NEW-YORK-SOUTHAMPTON-LONDON
•Southwark.Aug.3.73o a.m. St. Paul Aug. 13. 10 a.m
PhiUdeiphia.Aug*. 10 a m St ' g
•From Pier "C. ft. of i^rlc St.. Jerse> v.iij. .->. j-
RED STAR LINE.
NEW-YORK— ANTWERP— PARIS.
r--i..i«n<i ' \u« t». noon Krocniand . Aug. 23. noon
FMesiana ' ' ' Auk m 1« ■ noon ! Zeeland . Aug 30. noen
\aderland..^Aug NAVIGATION COMPANY.
F.er^tnd^ <: R Offl^. 73 Broadway. N. Y.
■RED "D" LINE.
XX For La Guayra. Puerto Cabello. Curacoa and Mara
caibo via C-arac-^a — Calling - aiso S aiuV a dayf U^t|- noon
S I" PHILADELPHIA Saturday. August 23. noon
c i'iP\(""4.*s »a 'jraa\. Augam **> noon
These vessels have superior accommodations for paa
sengers. BOULTON. BLISS * DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Front St.
holland-amekica LINE.
„_„. -rnwv POTTERD\M. VIA BOULOGNE, S. M.
Nr '?e"J^m~£reVsreamer S of 13.000 ton. Register.
Twla-flcr«» POTSDAM Aug. 9. 10 A. M.
Twin-screw RYNDAM Au « I*. xo A. 11.
Tw^lcrew ROTTERDAM Au * * lft A- M
App a .y c « r o HOLLAND-AMERICA LPS. 3V> B'way. N. Y.
4 _ . CUNARD LINE.
-A-» _ rt tjveRPOOL VIA QliaUiaiUslili.
ir,™^, >?>. » a »f\ M Laean*" Aug. 30. noon
rimnanlt^' lug' 1* nobn EtrurU .Sept. 6, OA. M.
rampania au« OA M Campania .... .Sept. 13. noca
T,mbrla....Aug. 23. •> £o £y * CO.. Gen. Agenu.
\ tRNON g h BgOy ♦ w Yomc
pOOKS ROUND THE WORLD TOURS.
•^ 31st year. Inclusive arrangements, strictly flrst class.
Illustrated Programai* „. . 11SS B -__ v _
XHOS. COOK A. So>. 2 61 * 11>c> c way « «• Y.
BailroadtL
NEWYOEK
(entral
V_-X t HUDSON RIVER R. R.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
VIA NIAGARA FALLS.
Trains arrive and depart fXasa Grand Csetral Sta-'fla.
«a str-et. N«w T-ir!t. aa below: .
J»ottbj and westbound 'rains. exrrpt thoss teaviag Cn«l
Central Station at S:ls. 8 SO. M:» A. Sf.. t*. 2:43.
3:20. 3:30. 0:13. 11.30 p M.. wtll stop at 125 th St. ts r»
eeiTe P»»sensers tec minutes after leaving Grat* Cass
tral Station.
AI Lr Mlt , fbonTl<f bonTl< tmlns except ths "SOth CenrnrT* aa« rh;
"Emplr- Stat- Express" ami *<». 3«. «3 an* 200 wtll
•tor* at OM Rt •«■ minutes b«for« taeir aillil— tto«
mZI «»r.d Ce-traT et«»v»i
12.10 i*;. MM — IMIDNIGHT BXPRHBS. Das M*
n tr- *, U MaTßars Falls 3« P. M.
3.1 A-_A -_ M-~M -~* AllA 11 AND PAPFR TRAnf. D 3»
-, cri Buffalo 1:15 P M. Ch!e»go T:l» A. M. _
7.0U A i_*-— ♦adtrovt»aV"k. THorsAiro ISL-
T c>| i^Vi AN' MONTRE.\L EXPRESa
/.t)4 £,- lf -— 'STRACUSB LOCAL. Stops at an *ss
8 lrt rt--- station*.
.30 / - *-*EMPIRE STATS ECCPRE33. Mas*
*Msnas fraln in tb( , world. Duo,Bu^ilo 4:43.
O »r- VV 11 1 * FaI: » 3:45 V. M.
,4b i M — *FAST MArL. 2* ieors tr> Cilia—
occ one Buff « Jo 7:10. Nlagarm rails. 9:OT.
9.55 A" *— ♦SARATOGA ANT> MONTBSAI. t»»
,n « A ish Vl * D- *W- *•»<» Kat^nd.
I 0.30 - --— fT> r FT<C?>R'rs» Matc<r< local aSaaja.
1 1 .30 /.,»— ♦HrTLAJCD EXPRESS. IXSS Rstli«a
12.50 f. M— •KVTVAZJO LnrrrEO BuSalo.
inft.'o 1 p - v - Nta**r* Fulls 12:25 A. M. ~r_
1 00 £, MM — •SOrriHWESTFRN' T-IMrTSD.. pnjj
Cinc'njaH. 10:45 A. V Indtanatwills. tlJe^
- />/% A. M. St. Lf<a!s. C:«> M. ne« day.
I fin P - M. — THTCAOO LIMTTEr> 2* hoars t» Chl
• m ;**" rta Tj«k» Slmwcl 0 via M. C.
150 ■,—, — SARATTKTA T.TM7T^T> saMrday*
245 C* M — 2IITH CEVTURT T-nU'l 1 " '" 30
•»• rw fton r tra)n fn rhic^Lg-y rfa I^ke Saor«. Electno
_ _-, Ughrs and Fan*.
3.20 ? *l— »A»L»Tr»-Wi LIMITED. Leases fflirw
r " _ "T" at i:sn -p \r
3.30 P M — ♦ALR.»NTFT.TnP. Tstj# Jlbsn>. *«.
<3C P 51.— 'ALBANY AND TROT EXPRESS. L»-
U.O eal stops.
4. TIA S^. M 'DETROIT. GRANT) RAPIDS AN3
••■.U? r CHICAGO SPwriAt
i sOn P " 'LAKE SHORE tISHTBD. ■2* Sow
■ JU train to CMeassa. All Pullman Cars.
fi 00 P - M. —•WESTERN' EXPHESS. 2S henrs «■
U.uu nMrasji r', both I, 3. and M. C.
C OC P. M.— 'MONTREAI, EXPRESS Ti* D. * H.
D.OH rrßntUnd.
7Or» P. •ADIRfI!«Tt*CIC. THOtrSAJTD ISl#
l>ou >XT>S Avn Mov-r-pTr»L EX^«ES3
800 £l — *HCTTATX> ANT) TORONTO SPECIAL.
O. JU n»- Buft^'o -.;. A. M. Niagara Falls. 833.
9 Toronto. 10:50 .\. M.
QIC P M— 'SPFCTAL MAIL LTMTt'EO. SiliplW
9' i « » ear , Ty fm- Fnrheirter.
Q2O p M — •SOT-THWT-STERN- rPK<-T.<L- D«a
ltu Cteetnaxti T:3O. - sjiapolls. 10:15 P. St S5.
Loni». 7:30. geeocj ttioi utng.
9 p - M.— •PACTFTC E3TPWES3. Citcaya. S4 fcoar*
OH P M — •PATT'Tr- nrPT»E«ss. r>?-a»-. »» »"rira
•*"' by Mlcrira^ r^,tr«l. 33 V"irs br LalreShOT*. _
1 1 OH P M — *NORTRTrRN NEW TOHJC EXFRS39.
I I .*jyj CsT%# Virs<-»r- Oeaec»^^rg. *c.
'DaiTr. tExeetit Sue?-". TF.xcvsz Monday. t2zseot
Hsfliriisy and Sn-><»stv- 111 1 a —■»-.- <»»*r.
HARir,M r»IVI«TOX.
9:0« A. M. and 3:3 d p jf. Daily, excest Sti-nday. "*
PtttstssU an^ JTnrtn .*-!a?T!s. Sunday at 9:20 A. 3t
Eatorday* only at 2:48 P. H".
P^'Tma^ cars sal ail ♦hrotjsjfc fratna.
Trains lHumfrat^d 1 wirh Pinlswh Tlarht.
Tirket cfl!'— s at 11.1. 2*l. 413 and t2l« Pi uaJway. 2>
TTnlon P«j.. W.. 275 Columbus w.. 133 We«t igWi St..
Grand Centra? Bsatssa 12»t*i «r»_ station and tSMk at.
rtatfen. N«tt York- .T^ and 738 Fultea at. and 108 Broad
way S. D.. Br«vV!7-!.
Te>oho-.« •■«)fi<^ 3st«, <Sfr^t '* for X»-«r Tor* Cssstpssl
Ca^ Bsrvte*. Bamr* eftscsssa from hotel or residence
>^ Westeott «"-^"ree<» rmwrnr.
New York Centra! Route
BaITU EK?T
NEW YORK. BOSTON
AND NEW ENGLAND
Via Snring2elil and ti»
BOSTOf A.\D ALB.UY RAILROAD.
fNew York Central 4 Hudscn River R. R-. Lsssea.)'
Trains >a--» Grand Central Station. Fourth aiisb— ssast
«2d Street. N-w York, as fbllowrs:
f9rOO A. IL. +:2:0O noon. "4:00 P. M-. *11^» P. lf-1
arrrva Boston. 3:30 P. M-. 5:40 P. M-. 10:00 P. SL. «:13
A. M.
Leave Hiisluil. t9:0O A. M.. tl2:00 noon. •«:» P. 31. .
II in P. M arrtns N«» Tort. 330 P. St. 5:40 P. M..
10^0 P. M.. 8:14 A. M.
V«i» trair for Partlana a=d Maine rescrts. Tia SprSig—
■sML Worc*star and Rochester. X. H-. leavea I»ere>-Torßl
-«w P. M.
Tickets at New York Central ticket "tScem. 413 sad UN
Br^aiway and at Grand Central Station.
A. H. SMITH. GEORGE H. nAVTET*
General Superintendent. G*=eral Passengsr Agent.
WESr^HOUE
R.AILR.OAD.
ifNe'jr York Central & Hudscn River R. R-. Lesass.>
Tratas leave- Fr-s.-k St. Station. N-w York, aa fallows,
Bt>d 15 mla. later ISSi sTsa) 42d St.. N. R. :
•7:10 A. M. — For intermediate points to Albany.
•»-«O A. M. — (11 Catsklll Mountain ESpr-ss to Catsk'.llV
tll:2t» A. M.— <T> Saratoga and M .hawk Express.
f12:45 P. M.— «3> R.i Tas Wlnile Flyer.
•1 On P. M.— Chicago Express
•2:2S P. M.— Cent. Li™, r-r DsMt Ch!. as* St. Lot Ha.
t3:25 P. M. — (-O tTsMs* Expr<^a to Catskin MountalnsL
•1:48 P. M.— Frr Hudson River points and Albany.
I*P. M. — For Roch. BufTalo. Clevel'd and Chtasisssw
t7:43 P. M.— For Roch.. BuJTalo. Dsa and St. Louis.
•9:13 P. M. — Syra.. R.tc!».. Niagara Falls. r--. ft CM.
•Dally. tDaily. except Sunday. Loavex Brooklyn Annes:
n> st t»:ia A. M . <2> at t10:45 A. M.. <3> at t!2:I0 P. M .
f«) at *3:06 P. M. Leaves Jersey City. P. R. R. Sra.: fl>
at tl»:4" A. %f.. <9> at tll:3» A M.. O i- ♦1250 P. M..
i '41 at tS 33 P. M Time taMes at principal teas ami
offices. Ba^ra^e checked frcia hotel or resldenc* by
Wss*rott*« FTTiresa.
A H. P3TTTH. C. E- LAMTIERT.
General S»ur#rfm»n(?»r*. r.»ri>-i' Pi!=»r?i>r Aget»t.
READffMC SYSTEM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL R. R.
Liberty Street ar.d Sooth Ferry — uisia irom Son£i
Ferr;.- 3ve miaates earlier.
EASTOV. DETHLEHEM. ALLESTOWS AXD
MAICH CHCVK-ri'iO (7:15 Cast=n only>. 9 10 X. M.
1.20 4.40. 5.00 t5.45 Easton. oniy> P- M. Sundays. 54.3S
A. M.. 1.00. 5.30 P. M
WILKESHARUE A>"D 9CK.KXTOS-xi.oi: 9.10 A.
M.. 5.«>0 P. M. Sundays- Z4.23 P. M.
LtKEWOOD. TOMS RIVER AVD DARSEGAT
— 14.0© 4O A. M. isl.OO Lai«wo«*l «c*nr«<l>. 1.30 (3.4(1
Lakewood oalyV 4.50 P. M. Saadaya. 9-13 A. Sf.
ATI.IMIC CITY— *» 4« A. M.. sl.OJ>. t3.40 P Jf.
VI>EL-\XD ASD BRIDGSTOX— tai.OO A. 3t. tt33
LONG BRANCH, A'Bl'RT PARK. OCEAJ*
r.ROVF, POI^T PLEAS.WT ASO SKA'HORB
POINTS— 9.30; 11. M A. M.. sl.lo. 2.45. 3.30. S.S3.
4.40. 5.30. •'..TO P. M. Sundays, except Ocean Grove. 9.M
AM 1 30. 4.00 P. M.
PHII.^nEI.PHI (R-APIXG TERMTNAIJ — s**.3s,
t-.»i tS.OO. -9(10 tIO.OO. tll.Prt A. M.. t!2.O»H *I.<NI
IL3O, t2.00. t3.00. '4.00. "3.0 C. t«.»X '7.30. i»UX> P. IL.
•12.15 Mdt.
2tTH AND I'HJtai.lUT STRFirrS— H.3s\ T3.30. •19.30 L
•11.30 A. M-. »1-00. J'l4o. tOO. T.OOI t0.23 P SL.
•12 19 Mdr
RK»ni>T.. H.\nßi?BrßG. pott«vtlle ato
WILLIIHSPORT- ! ! 4.00. 24.25. t3 00, 1,'t9.1-> (10-Ofi,
11.00 A. M. Reading only), t R-OB 1.20. +2.00 P. M.
Read'r.g. P'-»ttsvt:!<- an<J KarrJsburg or.ly. IS.fO P. Jf,
g«\DY HOOK ROt'TE— From foot of Raster Street.
Pier 9. Atlantic Highlands. SeatngSt M->nmo«th Beach.
ar<i Lfns Branch. Asbory Par* and Point Pteasaat.
9.00 10.00. 11.00 A. SI.. l.0« 2-00. 3.43. 4.30. 3.» ■«.••
Ocean Grove --miy) P. M. Stadays. 10-00 A. 9C. jjXi.
4.00. S.OO P. M. ~w*^r
ROYAL BLUE LINE. T^i
FOR BALTIMORE ASD TVASHrVCTOX— fiJOL
•1C.30. '1130 A M.. »i-oa 2.00. j*x*x »3.ObX *tsl
P 11-. -12.15 Mdt.
xFrcm Liberty Street ■•nly. r>aHy- tDatlr. «xeept Ssja>»
day. ISunday only. XParior cars jn.y. . . Vi» Tamaqpjsj.
sSaturdays.
OScea: Llbertr St. F»rry. South Ferry. « Astar Booss.
113. 281. 434. IS™. 1354 Broadway. 1«2 sth Ay«.. 25 Csicn
■Viiiars West. 153 East 125 th St.. 273 West 123 th St.. 243
Colurnbns Aye.. New York: 4 Conrt St.. 344. M 0 Faltoa
St.. Brooklyn: 98 Broadway. Wllllamsbtirs. Xsw Tors)
Transfer Co. calls far and checks baggac* to instTnTlism.
•W. G BESLBR. C M. BTR-
Generai- Manajer. G«naral PaiaTr Asmi.'
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Ltava NEW YORK CITY. Socth F«rry. Liberty St.
Chicago, Ptrtsburg. *12.10 nfc. "12.13 nt.
Chicago. Coiumbus •'-2.53 y. ss. "1-OUp.m. Cta«r.
Pltt.-curg. Qtt .... •3.33 p. m. *t.4Op. m. XizaH.
"Pittsburg Limited" '8.53 p. m. *T.oOp.ns. BuOsc,
Cincinnati. St. L0uU.._.'12.10 at. •12.13 nt.
Cincinnati. St. Louis—. ia23 a. at. •10 30 a. m. TtiMr.
Cincinnati. St. Louis •«.» a. m. "TOO p.m. BuSst,
VorfclSt ....^- tii33p. sb. tl.ooß.rn. Dinar.
ROYAL BLIETTsIArSS.
Wasblmrtan. Balto ♦» 23 a. m- t"<-30 a. m. Buffs*
Washington. Balto >ia»a>sm. •10-JOa.a*, Dlu«r.
Washlnrtonl Balto *n 29 a. m. "11.30 Dl=er.
Washington. Balto "1153 p. m. -l.<X b. m. Tner.
"Royal Umlted" "135 p.m. ■B.Wn.m. ■—
Wuhlcgton. Balto •4.33 p.m. -S-OO p. =3. IB
Wash.ngt^n. Balto "453 p. m. JT <gn.«a. Boffst.
Wathinitan: Balto "12-lOnt. •». nt.Sle«>era,
•Daily. »Dal!» «xcept sunday. f»in<lay cnlT-
Of=ce«: 113. 2SI. 434 I»TO Jway * A*tcr ■sysssv
•3 Union S<juar*. w . 39t Grand Street. X. T • 343 Falfjsi
Btneet. Bro.^lvn: Whitehall T.rmraal and Liberty JsgeasV
EiiKiea checked from hotel or resJdenca to destination.
LEHICH VALLEY.
Toot of -West Oi A ; Cortlaadt sad Desbro9*es Streeuß.
•tSiIT t Except 5 ucday. Sunday caaages: etl2s. 4CH
«Tl3. niS. «»45. xa.45. irvst .Ai..ilT.i
~ iLv.S.Y.ALtS.Y.,H
BaffaloLocat ...— i *»7.10 * Jit 'eT-iO * »
££Sn I KcL* * * xpn!M - " •*."" **3 m»ll
Chirs.ro and To-ocro VMtlhule Express.... I •8340 FJifxS.fO **
THB BTTSTALO rRACf • M r i_\T r*.
Ttcii«u aod Pulimaa accoT»niodaaons v l i'-2i-^ (l i^ o V^. b^
ISM Broadway. !« sth Atb-.S Culpn ?jwV^^.ryf" l^-!
Are.. S. V.. 5S> Ftilton St.. 4 Court St. »8 J*?* £ !&JSz£hJ£~£l
St.. Brooklyn. X. Y. TraMier Co. «■! caU iat sad cOsck assssjsp
Lackawanna Railroad.
X>ca.ve .\ei> York, loot. U*rciij and Coriatopaee 1 3ta>
t»-u« A. il- — for XUngnamtun and. Svracua*.
•io:uo A. M.— Buitaio. Chicaia sad M. M&
•1:* OP. M. — For Bilj.o and Chicaga. . J
x2:uu P. M.— Poccno Mountain speci**.
T4:OOP. M — For a«ra»u>n »n<l flymouta. ■;
•llup ll.— For Buffalo aad Chicago. „ -„-.,«.
•8:43 P M.— For Utica, O»wego. lta*ca aai BufTalji.
•2:U> a! M.— Fcr Bufiilo and Chicago— Through JH*
r Tl C c?ew af4"*Broa*»ay. Car. Howard St.: 1.153 Brea*.
Tickets at '4Sa' Broadway. Car. Howard 3LjJ.imWmfi>
way. Cor. 2»th St. . 1U Broadway. _T . ; 33*™*™ fh
Erooktyn. -DaUy. iDaily. except Sunday. xFrtiiijs ass*
Saturdays. .
ADVERTISEMENTS »n<J «u«»»crti!ttona) ft»r Ti« Tr«ua«
A received »< t.^r roto-,^^
Bet-weea 3«th and 3Tt a «t«.. until i» o'clock p. as- _
Adv»r-:s«tnent» will b* reeeJve* at tae followtaic — ■—
o«n» at rerutar o«c« r«t«s until 3 o'elocJc p. n^ tix>.
-:.\ stb-»v« . I •- cor. 3d-«t.: 153 «th;»Te» «jr.
12th-et :»3 East 14th-«t.t MT -W est -!2<t-» t-. b»
twean 7ta and Bta a»es.; 2«a e»t l^Sth-.t i.33»
jj-avc. txtw-ea 76ti *=i 77'Ji it».; I.OSG 3<t-«T««

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