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THE MARKETS.
£ AL . DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
*^T ■ New- York. May 11. 1903.
I«,Eg£*. ca?est 1«.O15
si**- r^-« 2 P'»-«»*d ptniltrj. rks*- 1 <>4. r .
v****J?f bW*-.. at» ! Ur» poyltn-. cratra. . W0
s^'-mTh ■ ■ 7.327 Oranges <Oal,. itM . 4.200
O*'JSiX!I --■ 2S.S7I> Apple*. bbl» 2.075
**"• . hH^ 4IM; Potatoes. bbl» 13.230
t&° r *~ iaer '-A"; Onion*, t-bls 150
ar» s< * I *_iii " 1.077 Pried fruit. pk(tß. . . 1.100
••*•'. v,>' ■."..... 2T.;Ros(n. hW». l!l»0
t** v .,v . . . .S3o.rCs ! ;^pints' tun. I'bl* 1.120
CS«« J - l i^;' " 118.O01TW. bl-l- ■ f>o
C«*'Z^h i:«»,r.««i Sugar, bbl* t^xt
■.•« V^ v' " ■ ... a».22T. ; Sugar. J«g> 25..V»»
IB*- ■ v^n - 2.2T*' ,-■-■ bM^ 525
V^ r iJai ••'•" 00 OiU-xke. pkg^ 2,321
•* V* ' « 12J oiimeat. i«tr« **
— «'*■■" MSSiOU. lub. bb!> . 824
S^.V.'"" l.lOOOlro Ftnck. |.k|». ... ISS
6*^.^l*" 70 ■ IVamits. bagx . 2.0K5
iJ** - ton's *w: Tobacco, l-.hdf . 2<«''
ipP**- i tagrv . .. 3^l Tobacco, t iercw 3-V»
5* s rT^ r.liTobacoo. pkgs 2.<V)O
W?.rl,tt#i> csw. 1440 Wlilskev. bbh . 2flS
f* l ' J,iV ' IWiWool. l»lex 275
«*=;• Akcs'- 20,W001. «arki= C 23
'''Lfi. rkF 292 Cotton, bales 9.175
w .;'V.^'" - 10Tononse«l o'.l. tibto. H75
»?»rres.: 1.247 Copper. ri«^^ 2.275
J* l I__ ' 2.W7 ■ Cor>p,T matte, hag* ... 715
t^rSei.: ISC' Hide*, bdls l.sort
KSVrtWs* 72;« kins. haje* 500
' tS Z' £vt* ■••"". : Leather, whim 7.2.v>
22^- 'i^ 4.«50:>1055. bales . N>
SIT' }., t . ! -' =s i v>lne <Ca: '- libls KSO
EM* ; - _ .
CASH QUOTATIONS.
—v . "Xo 1 f Sy 522 00 'Cotton, middling *n 30
£?" to. No 2 fft . 2«» :>« Coffee. No 7 Kio . 5%
»•; 2^ 00 ! Susai'. itranulater*. . 4 H
r t! ro-^er -ingot .. 14 75 iMolasse*. OK. priaw 4«
istt ».>- jg,— ij^j family ISM
2e«i. "' 4 37H T>ef hanie -" 75
T. 75 ; Tallow, prime ■'•'♦
2Lf^ No - red... 62^! Pork, mess MM
"**v: •» mixed... C 3 i Hogs, dressed. IGO It). l< !
22*\>2iai*«l'.- 3^'Lard. prime !» 20
EXPORTS TO-DAY.
__-.. ►...v . i 44 <"■<<' Lubricating oil. pals 242.6."0
STUT^ ■ «U72: Pork, bbls ■•■ 20
}2M£ : lOOßeef. M>l« --■"
£?• Sij; 54,415 Beef, tc* ut
£'*:. hbU .. - l,SM'B«con. It 706.650
22' eacs» «CT«« K»ma. It) l«O.»0»
JS^fctls 2 Lard. Tb 1.380.T0©
ifTnT 10f.500 s*tearine. Ib 27.200
2^£"- - - --'••' 'Tallow. Tt- 60.000
-tv**!"*- 15' Grease. n e2.«K>
ShM gaJs.. 1.700; Butter. 7b tt.r.oo
*£»S -- *»**•- rrs.2* Cneew. n 20.-..200
cUtaiMtd oil. piilf- IS.SST>,
. ,-.
'. EXPORTS LAST WEEK.
r^n* basb WT7.27R ' Spirits turp. pals... 64.7 M
ySTtir^ KS.ICS Kosin. bt.ls 0.2 C".
Es* bus-'a . T.»23i Piich. bbls •»"
ffw, 126.300 Tar. bbls- -■«
Sa-tuWt. basil... >~»2;Retined pet. gals. 705.r.«l
SrWh 3.225! Naphtha, pals ir..:.^->
£2^. Kish I.344 ' Benzine, gals 1.300
flfv-" tblf lfi.7S*S|Gafolene. gals ... 120
i-jjj.' fav.k!= S-6.-J36; Cottonseed oil. iralJ"- -42.823
,*{», i.Ms S LubrlCAtinjr oil, c&b;.1,27.'..7<'0
•■;,:. fcbis 12.22*5 Pork, bbls 2,!<53
r™, ' ■*> 1M.4<0 Beef, bbls 1.0 r.i
£vaftV*i**a 4,:r.o ; Heer. tcs 1.3*»
i^T- SS.SOO Bacon. n> 5.715.32.'i
nT. r bags... l.(W>! Hams, 7l> 881.400
t?7 liie- . 4.n2f>Lard. Tt> 3.540.510
*kvhol. pals f..o7ii;Lard oil. trals 14.060
trtiskev cals . 2-ZTiCi Stearin*. Il> 47.2<<0
nZZA" rt,..." .-;7^;Tallow. Tb 147.6 m
nn-v. n« 4.2">.2i«: Grease, Tb 4U>.4m.»
Saatr ' zt 43.350 Chet-se. 1b 750.120
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
-Teak. May 11. 1603.
COFFEE — Testerday*s coffee market was a v«ry quiet
me. Prices yt the €>pening »-ere net unchanged to 5 points
loirer. At the close they were net uncharged and the
t?t£j saif* foc.t<n! ujr no more than r>.500 bags. The news
tf the dir tras featureless. Havre, opening U franc
fcghec, rlos'-d n*-t unchacgea. Hsmhrnx was unchanged
to i« r'fncig The rrtmary - irkets w*re both un
fitnpei. scd the rate of Brazilian exchange was l-32d
tigScr. R^cipts at the Brazilian ports footed up 23.000
Uge. a"i there were clearances of 15.000 bags. The com
tu»d recent* at Kio and pantos for the week were 13s,<>00
toS* airamst 14r..0n0 bags lart we*k and 174.000 bags last
■■ear. Tni* makes a decrease of 36.<XK> bags for the week.
v co=pa~t<s with the figures of the -..onding week
last year. Warehouse deliveries for the week were
smaller than those for the preceding week, when they
footed up 125.C19 bags. The early decline bj the local
nark'-t was due tn offering In the absence sf f>mand, and
th* recovery late in the day sras on light covering by room
«hons Neither price movement represented ar.y change
to local sentiment, and the ■action, were too light to
V considered any indication of the general tendency of
trices. The Fr>ot market was quiet, with Quotations on
t> basis of r. s»c5 »c for Rio No 7.
Total warehouse deliveries in the United States for the
■<nvk wpre K0.127 liagr. againFt 128.615* bags last week
ssd feu.o47 bsgs lan year. Of the former amount New—
Torfc rvpnrtt-d 71.015 bags. Pantos • eipts were 83.«K»
\msh for the- »e*k. as compared with 67.000 bags last week,
asd tflSjOU bag^ for the same week a year ago. Rio re—
ceysts afgrtcuted £5.000 bapi< againrt 4C'.<:«'o bags the pre
riouy ww-k and 71,0(V> bags las: year. Rio shipments to
She I>.:tf-d States wen» 15.000 bags for the week: to Eu
r^pe. in.OwO bags. Santos lintswnts to the United States,
M.«) 0 frscs: to Europe S3.00l« • ajrs. Bahia receipts fee
;»)» refs were 3.7<>» bacs: present rtock, £i,OC«> bags.
Pskia .vi-.ipments to the United ?lates for the week were
l.i'fut l'iiE>: to Oermany. l«0 bags.
Th» range of crmtract prices in Urn 10-al market to
!ai vat. as folj'>»?:
Satur-
Op^n. Ilich. Lnw. '"if». day.
Tar- 3.*> ~.S» 3.50 5.75®3.80 37T.
fit — — — 3.V.03.P0 3.R5
;:!>- 3.CT. S.ST. 5.85 3.«5#4.00 8.95
iu^Kst — — — 4.00^4.05 4.00
■Ttenilicr A 1." 4.15 418 4.ir,g4.2© 4.16
tetdber . .'. 4.2«» 4.2 A 4.20 4.2034.25 4.20
." 4.2 T. 4.-JT. 4.2Ti 4.2T.94 10 4.25
N-^mV-r »-«*♦ 4. C0 4.60 4.fV >S4.Cr) 4.80
t-rtuarv — — — 4.71«4 75 4.70
tebraarr — — — 4-75®4. SO 4.7S
«?art-"ti * 4Ki 4. 85 4.53 4.5/104.55 4SO
Ar „j — — — 4 8504JM 4.« i
Fafl^u Coffee MarkrtF. — Rio coffee market steady: no
I 4;i .. 4?:C5: «xchang«'. 12?»d; receipts, fc.ow bsg»: cleared
< T tbe-fliaHed State*, 4Ah»O bags; *tock. r>O."S.<«rt bags.
bpn»i *\ttfr» rnnrket <juiet ; p>K>d average Santos, .IS7IIO.
t»-»ir'tf. ITi.tKjft Uxc; Mock. 559.000 bags. Hamburg —
CeSne - market opened unfhangtil; at 2:3t» p. xn. was net
Wici)*n?«--d to '< pfinnig higher; sales. 7.00 ft b*g». ilavr*.
-<"flffif- marfcr-t orienrd quirt. '.« franc hisher; at 12 BY
■encharur'-d 1 «' S P- *n. steady. 3 « fran. lower; at 5:30
j. m ui"-hai!C»-d; total f:Ucs. 12.000 t>ags.
JnnaT>- 22.75tJu1r 31.25
I>jraary ns.oft: August 31.00
jjc- ehc h I :!3.2T. : September 31.75
j^ r r;i 33JS]Oct0bar 224 M
jlav SLOOl Tforember 52.25
Jor» :;i.ooj DewmlKT 32.50
The etatistlcal position of nrazilian coffee is as fol-
To-day. Last week. Ixirt month.
Sew-Ti,rlc .Vlivrri-s 11.23S l-'.-!7 11.340
J<al!!r.-:.r.- deliveries «-'• -'CH 1.008
2*ew-Or)e«Ba Jflivt-rk-s. . 42"< 1.21."! <517
TntaJ rt'liveH"* 12.2J»S 13.71S 13 «'24
Jim*. vt^».--FTTK-kv t^».--FTTK-k 2,0.V».34 2.00h.«Wl 2.1]v3«4
3ilt!?r,.>rr stock «.SSS «.tf«l 7.-..«»G9
Vit-Ofir.a.r,,, Btork S7^»l KH.374 »6.ia9
f<Kk at all T ."rtJ 2,20r»,«C. 2, 175.!««« 2,2«\502
Aftcat ../ 341.2<x» 404.5t*> 376.000
TtSfcl- fu-i.lv 2.5».«»5 2.583.4W* 2.G67.452
»«» tinip Ji»to 2.3G7.GX* 2.327.23 C 2.317.515
COTTON— It ■»»». one of the most active and bj- al!
•oai the "moht exf-ued cotton mariut of tlif- season. The
iaflm «ra« ♦-x'-ite-l trom tfce outbt-U The market opened
«'.-*?! auvau^e vt 5@23 poirtfi. nni thowe-1 iieneatlonal
tTtacti right after the call under ■what amouuU-d to
rr*:ii-« ::■<■- * i*rii<- of nea-hy nhortw. Tht- Initial advance
**f dv vorj- lan«3y to 'he strength &t IJverpool. which.
■ tfc, time or the lwrs.i i-penins:. reported an advance
t 4£12 poir.;?. vrhercKt. a irain of nbi»ut 3&7 . nts had
'^tc erp*^?»-J. This Rowing wjt.j 4 the ad\ano« cf 10
J*S3tti in »he English Fpot market and a. further exhibl
tatf s-rrns-'.j on lije I<&rt of N»w-Oi leans brought al.ou*
t.ts* oieriig by shorts, notwithstanding the rather
l-aivitr port r«"--!pts and f*vr-Mc tieather. Rlglit tol
tsass th» ,-i-j n^y pole «p to 1J.:5. July to 10 80. Au
&*'• xo 20.23. end September to 144. this being ar. ad
*^2ce cf 102Z24 jiolntt o\er the close of iturdav. Then
**!* »is a realizing rn^vement, with the bull clique
•*•! t5 be liqi)]G»tinc. »hlle (-onuniiii-ion lious»s also
*•*• lik'ng profit*, cud prices ♦•ased jf • ■ a. level net
*?16 point* Jugh-r .ss <-omi>«rea wl-Ji tiie close ot the
I^tctii^ da-i-. The **tiiaaltd receipts Mr to-morrow 1 b
'•filng points w»re beawr. «m<3 t* 1 '* 8 - »'*-" tne <rood
**ther. encou-8r»-J the reallring itrcuni midday, whiie.
«*_sew <;rcr montht continued to show rather a heavy
!^»Uon ta the ne»r poeltions with the exception of Bei—
•"Atr. •xiiich rans* more under the eld <rcj> influet»ce».
lit r'.oK a report «» c)rculati-d that a n«-w
••3 poc! Jjad Ir-en formed. Including N*w-Orlean» in—
•assti i>i.\-:r,f v. lsrg- Pnan<-4RI o-Kiti«! t«r tb» purpose
■ carrvjrj- ti»c May d>=«; in »nic market over into July
«"i Aug-ii*- Jif.ueno^l partly \y these reports, th*r»
*•• * trees bant of rovrrinjr. wbicn carted prices up
J» :bt best point of the day ar.d n.a»on. May sold ot
Ujt Jsat S 10.74 3<i'r at lO.CB, August at 10.34, and
•tiatn&er tr i. 45. ' From this there was a tinal r*ao
"■'S «f from 1 to . points. »ui<l tl - cia-k" closed rteady.
%' 3*2J<s pf>iutf,"l,lgh"7-. Total saJ<s of futures •imsaed
tftT;g^ cf contract pri •■- In Urn local ■Mctsn to-day
*«tfo!lnwr:
Satur
„ opening. High. I>J» - - Closr. day.
*»r . . .. ' .ji.ii n.2<» Ji.oo ii.i«6ii.2o io.!»
;a>* 100U -„.70 10 «M lO.MUl<>.»* 10.80
3^T lOT/t IOCS 10.37 10.64P 30.2»
*«fa»' 1..1". J«. .-44 10.05 K'.XV^H. .14 I<r< "
f^^ttber St-J2 U 4.-, 0.25 1» -i:*«i ".'44 9.2h
g**sr .... >.7S h.'j^Q h.'.»o »•.<«•
"•UE44MT *■ 7S H>r. ts.«» KS4S* B.Ki S«»
-*-»a;c»r .... ft 75 fc KS t>4» (>.<' •«."•>
Jii 'U»-*y 6. 73 KfeS f.CS I N44l b.tiC fc.7o
M ?V i.y a j tuarktl for «xst cotton ■■ ,■ reported «jul«t «nd
;- PSats iiigb.r. *t IJ.SO for middling upland and 1 1 C.V
»* raMCfag Calf. SaW were «.7<«» bales. Southern
•*** nii.rkei». »«c iel'graph«d hf follow*: Ualveeton
TH! iy - :-': -'- K^*er. at loic. N>w-Orleang firm, Sl*
JWier. i- t ji j_;,v-- vales. 3.4W0 balea. ll'mi-hl- flrrr.
J»s tlghrr, fct l(ii~v; «^!»*. 1.000 bale*. Mobile quiet, un
*a*2t t <. «f ]o'-c« bii»- f . 50 liales. Wilmington firm, un-
J?? a f«-4. at lOo" Norfolk tirm. He higher, at 1«V:.
?*»• 4» bales. B»ttim(m ti'imlnal. Hf gber. «t lIViC.
«• Louis Ft^ady higher, fit 10 7-l«c. Savannah
r**i. '«<; higher, at 10%r: rales. 66 bales. Augusta
"^ .Cncl^ftfed. at lit; «ales. .<■. Uilec. Receipt* at
r**- r TJ*-an!> •?- 'o-morro* ,ir« »*t!infcted a.l from 4i««'
r^, ' b»?«>, with 3.EK5 bules !a*t week and
r^*»l'* lan icar. At OalvMstcn. C'lfx) bolw. «-ur
n *;:»' 7.41. r , l«.le* Uu«i wt*k and J.OW* bal<* la*t
*Zf At jjoueton. from 5.500 to 5.700 l.*le*. compared
i«i«« iztn ■m.cit and 434 bale* ta«t year.
B»cf'.pi. «,t thfc r*yTw. and interior t'oint* to-d^y com
wr * a HDI th* same (V»- la»i »— «k and last year:
_ ... Last La«t rrea«nt
3Vt» jrtMSaV, 1 srtr J«*r. stock.
■hsj £.O» 3.212 «24 47 407
s»^.^. ::: u» fi,OM Ut**l 7M.2rt«
few*** ..:::::::::: i.Ss i.s* «=» 22.210
L.H- ■ 4
ggfe m ~ MS ste
- -
♦4
SSai. .. 13.! 17H £ ~n
7 r^ll 51.'. 4.304
t«£« -"T^c iT£* I.«W 285.2W
';»i=sr : - g 170 J itS
•Wntji —— — ■■■■■ ■ J" -,_ laa 17.352
jgSL^ I*"'1 *"' i!
3«Ht>atl •-- ir.7 *" 12.414
Itjm «.« «3 v.42«
*■*» TircbMKz* tpertel U*^n*cl eaMei-Spot cotton.
$XS eal ?* : Bal ' s - >^ 00 ° bales; epeculatton and export.
3.000; American. 13,000; middling upland. «<« futures
or*ne<l *te«ay 8 point, advance; closed feverish, net
«Sl2 points higher May. 5.61 d; May-June. 5.6055.61 d
; 6.W|s«Od: July-Augurt, 6.7P«5.t*a; Aurist-
Septemtxir. 6.42©5.43 d; September-October. 4.\»d; Oc
tober-November. 4.7 M; November-December. 4.72 d* r>e
cember-Jamiary. ■4.70Q4.71d: Janunn'-Februarj". 4.et«d.
Manchesie'- Yarrw and cloths, full prices insisted upon,
but business small.
FLOUR AND MHAL— unc*rUlntv over government
report figures mad* itr»lr felt In a smaller .>mand for
nour. and while th" market wan called steady buyers
wmed less rnady to meet asking rric*s than of latr
U^£V, prln 5 patents. $4 20»54 40 : winter Urairhte.
>...>oes3 60. winter patenf, S3 70tJ$4; spring , lears. S3 20
«rs3 4O: extra No 1 winter. *2 «o©s:i 10: extra No 2 winter.
J»H'SS2SS: red dcg. $21»60<a521. to arrive RTK
FLOLR— I>uIJ. Quoted: Fair to good. $2 Sf<Ss3 3>; ch,l-»
tr. fancy. $3 SOCS3 .V» OORXMEAU- Eapy. Quoted:
M-r. dried. 53953 10, a* to brand BAGMEAL—QuIet.
QuotM: Fin- white, aiid yellow. $1 3.<Mlsl 40; c»rse, $1 04
©*1 "•"• FEED— Steady. Quoted; Spring bran. spot.
$1. 80. ssjeta. to arrive. 2un ft. $16 85: spring bran, mid
dling. $17et21. in 2UO It. sacks; city fee.;. $204f$2<> 50 noml
twl; linaeod cllcake. $27: hominy chop, 17 00, bulk
$1S 50 Facks. to arrlv»: ollmeal. $25 s<>
GRAIN— WHBAT— Pending the arrival of government
r»pon figures, srkssat was flow and rather featureless
throuc'iout th* day. with a downward tendency noticeable
In all market* ex>.-»pt the Kai eat. where prteea were
fairly -Jiell siina!ned. and daaed hlpher than on Saturday,
againrt SiQ'«. net loss hero. Th« weather and crop
situation war favorable encugh to promote Hume selling
among local trader*, while the daoraawa of only LQ10.900
bush in visible supp!;. figures was diatlnctly unfavorable,
to bulls, as at least 1.250,000 bus* reduction had been ex
pected. The, for«Mgr; news was conflicting aa to cables
and bearish a* to statistics, chiefly world's shipments,
which were P.7.«»0,C00 bu*h. con.pared with 9,591.<i00 bush
lart year. The eafMilti from countries outside of the
Vnlted States vrere especially full la« week In English
n.arkets the futur« list was partly *,«d net lower, while
foreign wheat at Mark I-ane was 6d higher, and English
wheat \id up. Paris closed 5@30 points higher. Buda -
pest 2 points lower and Ilerlln l'ntil points net higher.
T"iere was an increase of 3R7.(UiO bush In the local stock
of wheat last week. and an Increase of 10.8<X> bush in
th# supply of Ke 2 red. In Western markets receipts for
«he day were 40.t.f«i0 bush. compered with 380.000 bush
last year, the Increase being chiefly at the Northwest.
Seaboard clearances were nt.out rrfXi.OOo bush. Exporters
announced 5 loads of wh«at h*re an! 26 loads at out
ports. Quotations of cash wh»ai. fob afloat basis, were
as follows: No I Northern T>uluth. P7<4c; No 1 hard
Manitoba. S7S>S*7Hc. No 1 Northern Manitoba, SGc; No
1 Northern Chicago, 87c. all to arrive; No 2 red New-
Tork. £3S«c. nominal CORN Up to mid afternoon
the local corn market was reflected to the point of stag
nation, but after that time the market showed consi<l»r
able activity, with May a feature. In absence of shorts,
and under some presiuro to sell, that option broke from
84% c to 53c. closing at 63Hc. or lHc lower than on
Saturday. July wag affected by this break but slightly.
closing %c net lower, while September was down Ho.
Receipt* were rather liberal at the interior, and cables
showed a partial li©?»c net decline, but there were some
complaints about too much rain In Nebraska and lowa.
World's shipments were 200.000 bush smaller than last
week, the amount on passage Increased 170.000 bush *ea
board clearances Ml email, the visible supply decreased
24ft.000 bush and local stock decreased 94.800 bunh. Bs>
port business consisted of 0 loads, all In New- York. No
2 corn clo»*d at 52'm>c elevator and 53c fob afloat: No
2 white. 5.V. and No 2 yellow. 53c, fob afloa*.
OATS — Market was dull and barely steady. Visible sup
ply figures kßCresksai 70.000 bush. local stocks decreased
SO.POO bosh and the supply of contmct oats here decreased
1.100 bu*h. No 2 oats closed at 3S»Jc; No 3. 37Ub; No 2
v r. '■•■ and standard white. 41c; No 3 white. 3SHc; track
white. 2854.V RYE — Market quiet. No 2 Western.
,'ft'ic fob afloat: State rye. 6K«T5»c ...... RARLEY —
Market dull. I"e»-d!ne was quoted at flic and malting at
■SSJMI . both c i f Buffalo. The government report made
the winter wheat condition 92.6. against 97. last" month
and 70.4 in May cf last year: urea remaining. 53.107.0 f
acrea. compared with 34,070.000 acres la« month and
28.5*1. 000 acres harvested last year: estimated yield, ac
cording t" Statistician J. C. Brawn's figures. 546.2G5.000
bush, contrasted with 555.000.000 bush last month and
411 7SS.Of«> Viusl. harvested last year. The report said
that winter wheat was practically uninjured by the cold
snap of two wee'.ts ago. Condition of winter rye was re
ported to be 1)3.3.
NEW TOIiK PRICES.
Satur-
Wheat: Oper.tng. HlKh. Low. Close. day.
May .... *2?i 5% fc"i «2^4 ■ BS%
July 77 9-18 77? i 77M6 77> 77%
September 7.'. «5:« 74 m i 4,» <5
Corn:
May r.3=: ■*% 63 53' i M%
j u iv :;: r.iH m»: r.m mh bih
September SOU W.i 80U Go.i 60? i
Oats:
May _ _ _ 41 41
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat :
May 7S',i 7SH 7^'» 7&' i 7S»»-
July 72 1 * 7211-16 72' i 72*. 72? i
September 70V» Wlk 69 T » 70 7<> *
Corn:
May e4'i 44V <41.4 l . 44»; 44* i
July 44*« 4T. 44 44>i 43
September 44»i 44', 44 1-16 44 I,*1 ,* 44 tt
Oats:
May 35'; 35' i S5 m **%.
jul'v S2 3-16 S2Vi 3'J 32 32 *
September 2t>?* 29 13-16 29 9-16 29H 2»»i
Lard:
May $%82« i $RS2".i $8 72 I .i $8 80 $8 874
July 895 BSO » ST. t> S7'r » 00
Ribs:
May P3H S 20 S> 15 S< 15 B22'i
July . *>27* i »8O IS J> 221 i 35
Pork:
May ISM) 1550 18 50 IS 50 18 G2hi
July 17 10 17 10 1702* i 17 00 17 20
Itecetpts of breadstuffs at interior points In thousands,
last three ciphers (000> omitted. Flour, bbls; grain, bush,
as follows:
Flo-ir. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Rr«. Barley.
Chicago 1« " 63 1W 200 11 45
Milwaukee 6 5 — 2" 2 f«2
Minneapolis „ — 177 1 46 - KO
I>uluth — S — 1. 1 . —
St. Louis 9 r>* »J SS — —
Kansas City — 4« f.7 30 — —
Toledo — 4 3S 10 1 —
Detroit - 65 10 25 — —
Peoria — I «J pi — _ —
Totals 82 410 407 44S 17 195
Shipments from these poirts:
Chicago 12 453 6^7 333 27 3
Milwaukee 1 \L 1 — — —
Minneapolis 7S 4i 8 IS 1 1
Duluth — 1M — 4*. 14 —
3t. Louis '■' 56 C 2 2S — —
Kansas City — 4- N 11 — —
Toledo — ■ • — — —
Detroit 1 4 ir. 3 — —
PeorU — 21 IS 39 — —
Totals 101 80S* BM 475 *i 24
Receipts at Atlantic ports:
Yew-York 24 331 119 140 ■• 2
boston ■•> 17 S3 V.» — —
Pbiladelphte 15 47 2 i<> 1 1
BaltUnoro 20 9 4-> M y —
New-Orleans - .T3 « »• -• —
Galvestun — c » — — — —
Totals C 4 W0 199 194 40 8
Exports Irom Atlantic ports:
New-York 39 14.'. Xl — 34 —
Boston — » I" — — —
Philadelphia — - ; w 1 11 — —
Baltimore • — — — — —
Newport News .... 2 — — — — —
-Orlear.s - — — — — —
Totals *> 217 20T. 11 34 —
METALS — Spot lln declined ss. to £135 lOh. and fut
ures 7s «d to ±134 17.= Cd. In the London market. The
New- York 'market also was lower aud weak, snot closirff
at 29.e2H629.67Hc CX>PPEB— advanced 7s
6d 1: Ix>ndcn. spot closing at £X! 6s and futures at £03 2a
fed. Locally uopper was nui^t and nominal at 14.75 c for
lake, electrolytic and casting LEAD — Lead declined
Is 3d to fll 17s Od. in London, while locally it remained
oulft aad unchanged at 4.87 : SPELTER— SpeIter
wa..- eteady at 5.75 c in New- York, but declined 5s in
London to f2l 1«* IRON— lron closed at b2* 3d !n
Gla«gow and at 47s l^d In MiUdlesboro. I»cal!y iron
was quiet and unchanged. No I foundry Northern is
quoted at 521 IHISS: No 2 foundry Northern at $20 25
Ms2t)»W No 1 foundry Southern «nd No 1 foundry South
ern soft at $21S'*21 SO. Warrants ar* nominal.
MOLA<-SES AND BYRUrC Mnla—ss was steady to
firm, with d*mand moderate. Syrups were firmly held at
full but unchaM prices. Quotations follow. New-Or
leanii centrifugal, mmmon, 9'»«il3c. fair, 14Q10c; g<>od.
17©21 c; prime. 22»«J7<\ New-Orleans. cr*ri hettle.
<Us4*»c. Syrups— Common. I2&15C; futr, 16«-1Hc. good,
lS*ii2lc: i-rime. 22&34r ; fancy, 2*€i!l>^
OCEAN FREIGHTS — In th«- «cam and .aati tonnage
iTiaxk'-ti- bssslswai was light la all trades, the demand for
versels unimproved and rate* unchanged. Quotations to
Glasgow I<l Liverpool, 1\»<1: London. l%d; Antwerp.
l\d- Bristol and Hull. 2'/4!<j2*id; I^tth and Newcastle,
"*id- Rotterdam 3c; Hamburg. 2© pfennigs; Bremen,
-oi, "nf.-nnlss. Cotton to Liverpool, per 100 ft.l-c; Lon
don oatF is - CHARTER*— ltalian steamer. 3.4.1
tons, deals. Halifa* to wesi coast England. oSs. June.
Brttisl rteamer 2.2G* tons, hemp. Manila to New-iork
or Boetoi 46s *3<J: Norm-ejfiari steamer. 2,*08 ton?, ore.
Carthagena. to «niester. private Unns; Brltieh eteamer,
lflOT. ton? Garrucha to United Etat-e. 8s fid; Norwegian
pteamer, 1.1*68 tons, sugar, north side Cuba to north o»
Hatteraf. »c; Rritish eteamer. 1.75K tpn?. ore Wabana to
Philadelphia, private terms. Norwegian bark. 4.»0 tons,
lumber. Hhlp Island to Rosario. $11 2.,; bark, 6 0 tons,
logwood Black River. Jamaica, to New-"VorJc nr (Tiester.
private tenxn; schooner. 26*5 ton*, coal, I'ort Rea.linc to
fct OILS^-Cottonseed' oil was rather quiet and a shade
QCLX ClilliMtrird oil was rather quiet ana a shade
easy on account cf the decline in lard products. Urseed
oil 1h nu»et and unchanged. Refined petroleum is firm ana
•v. points higher on the price lr barrels. Petroleum bbls.
$8 55 and in bulk $T.CS; TMladelphia.. bbl. , t*J.O, and
lr?l>u'K $5 00. Refined case? in New-\ork. $10 aO. cot-
I n.eed *!1 prim*- crude, f o b mlils. 33^S5Hc; prime
summer yellow. 43c; off summer yeliow. 3THff3Se; butter
grade* 4H©47c t.rlme «hlte. 4«647c: prime winter yellow.
•gJhO^ Linseed oil— American wed. clt} raw. 44646 c;
cut of^ town raw. 42©-»4.-, Calcutta rmw . 75c; lard oil.
*movißlOKß- li*-avy arrivals of hogs at Chicago and
tbelnterlor weakened ' confidence In the market ye^t.-r
i»v and 1.-d to »b.arp declines all around. Chicago re
celDts were ♦ 000 ar.d live ho q there SfflOc lower The
t«UI Wertern movement wan «8.000. including 5.000 at
Kui- Citr and 6.500 at Omaha PORK — Quiet.
nUnt^A- lless «lS2r>0»18 75 family. $1»: i-hort clear.
Kl^aOsMaoJß?' BEEF— DaI. Quoted: Mess. S9Ssl«:
51 ra 'll? 5ir50«51255: pa-ket. |10«*>$ll: "trn India
m« rMW UEEF HAMS-Stejidy; quoted. *20»
mes* $ISSS-».^-^«^ _ g uate d: BUdM.
Er tm ft :' •?TwJr » »tt«: 14v tb. » :^c: plfc'b. -j^Slf»c
* ■ CTTT MEATS-Pickled bellies quiet. Quoted: «mok
tr^ tvAzZ® .V.VLARU-Eaw: quoted. ».20c. City lard
- w nuottd fcUfc^'ic. P.cSncd lard «-aey. yuoted:
SoSh q Am^c. "lo.ai: p-tiJJJBt. » 40c; <****.
ja^ffl^ftirtfe -^rtne.
wantrf by the trade. The primary inarkets^jhow _ firm
wmmm
*t te*t. quotea at R' ' '^ ■ , m ", g, A Vargo at Dela
S^trS^TlJ'l^SsS ■s.'Wv" - be
PuTin .tore for importers' account.
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY. MAY 12. 190.°,.
' - COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
2>ew-Yark. May 11, MsV
BELANS AND PEAS— the influence of continued
light receipts, the market is showing a little firmer tone.
The demand does not Improve mu.h. either on home or
foreign account, but stocks arc being reduced gradually,
and this srtves holders more confidence in the. situation.
Wf quote: Beans, marrow, choice, per . bush. $2 62Va©
$265; do medium. $2 17H®$2 20: do pea. $2 15©$2 17 '"1 .
do red kidney. $2POJrS2f>S; do uhit- kidney, $2 700C2 75: :
do black turtle soup. |S«Mt279; do yell w eye, $2 40: to
lima. California. $2 7O*e*2 75; do imported glantp. $1 75© ■
$2 li'; do Italian, medium. SI 115Q52 10; do other foreign,
medium. $1 70®i$l 90; do foreign, pea. $1 65552; do for
eign. marrow, duty paid, $1 90$'f2 3t> green peas, Scotch,
bags. $165351«7 I s.
BITTER — Th«»r«» was a v»ry bar* market at the doM
on Saturlav. and, with light receipts again to-day, buy -
ers could hardly supply their wants. Th« consumptive
demand was good, and the tenor of advices wae sc firm
that there is no probability of the market going much
lower this week. This encouraged free buying, and stock
in many stores l<« ponitlvelv short. There was no change
In the official quotations of the day, but occasional trans
actiens of ver>' hi^h quality were at a slight premium
over the figures given. We quote: Creamery, extras, p*r
ft. 22c; do firsts. 214f21V»c: do seconds. l!>'i®2OV4c; d<.
lower grades. lS^19o; State dairy, tubs, fresh, fancy, 21c;
do firsts. lf*4£2Oc; do common to fair, 17018 c; Western
imitation creamery, finest. 19c: do good to prime. 17(8 1"
do lo»«r grades. I.">i?l6c; renovated, exiras, l*c; do Rood
to choice. 15@17V*c; do common to fair. 12@14c. do West
ern factory, fresh, finest. I.V-jc, do good to prime. 14»l
15c; do lower grades. 13614 c; rolls, fresh, common to
prime. t«j*>tßc; packing stock, solid packed. 14??15c.
CHEESE— New Urge cheese wa.s fairly pienty to
day, with the proportion ot white larger than colored
Kxjiorters were. rarely Inclined to offer more, than 11SS
ll%c. but receivers ivere firm in their views at U%c,
and bulk of the business in finest gades was at that ,
figure, though exporters secured some very good lots
at llVr Small sire new cheese was reduced to 12c. but in
good demand from home trade dealers and firm, with
occasional sales of specially desirable lots at a premium.
Skims continue plenty and dull. Old ebssjM In light
remelning- stock and gradually working out at steady to
firm prices. Liverpool cable. 6«s. We quote: State,
full cream, new. nmall < holce, 12c; do fair to prime.
9*«mi*c: do large, colored, choice. ll*ic; do white,
choice. ll%e; do Hunt Fklrr.H. choice. 8c; do part skims,
prime. 6@C>tc; do fair tc good. s@sVic: do common, 3c;
do full skims. 2e; do State, fu'l cream, old. small, fair
to fancy, 13915 c; do larpe, 13^14%ic.
EGGS— Arrivals liberal, and there Is a larger offering:
the demand l« not active and the tone weaker, though
prices are held unchanged. We quote: State. Pennsyl
var.!a and nearby, fancy, selected, white, 16Hc: do
firsts. 17c; Western, storage packed, fancy. 17c: do firsts.
104£T17c; do seconds. 16c; Kentucky, firsts. 16^c; do
fecond*. I.l%'S'lOc; Tennessee Bnd other Southern, firsts,
15"-iSlflc; do second*. 14%iei5c: dirties. IP.4#l4H<?.
FRUITS — FRESH— Apples in active deman.l and firm.
Pineapple* dull. Strawberries firm and }(g'2c higher,
though some in bad order sold very low. We quote: Ap
ples. Missouri pippin, prime, per bbl, J2 500J3; <1o fJano.
$2 60e$3: do Ben Pa vis. $2 2r»(ff.s3: d« Baldwin. $2 s' li'S?.:
do Greenlnit. $2 SCKSS3 60: do ruf^et. $2 256 53 25; all sorts,
common. *1652; pineapples. Florida, per case. 8-^jf
$8 50: do Cuban. $1 .VX£s2 2T. : do Porto Rlcan $1«$1 <j>.
strawberries. Charleston, per quart. 12516 c; do Lake City
and other South Carolina. H>*l2c: do North Carolina.
2«12c- &o Norfolk. 13c; do Eastern Shore, Maryland
and Virginia, lOQISc. , . _ -_-!«■
FRUITS— DRIED— Prime evaporated apples held flrmlj.
but other grades auiet. Not much doins in sun dried ap
nles- chops steady: cores and skins firm, Small fruits
Scarce California fruits auiet. We quote: Apples evapjo
rated fanpv r>e- Tb 6Vi(S : 7'4c- do choice. 6c; do prime,
SHci- do common t^ fair. Vie; dr. E un dried . quarters.
S?e4?ic; do chooped. prime to choice, per WOtt. g»«
*2 40- do common. $2®s2 2T.: do cores and hkins • •*,•"!?,
$170 i cherries, per Tb. ISQ2O 1 -. raepberrlea e^jporatedjS
023 c huckleberries. lTt*l»c: blackberries. 6)*g»C : P^ I**"1 **"-
California, peeled. 12«lHc: do unpeeled. 44? Re. apricots.
California. Moorpark. »ffl2c; do Royal. «M«e; prune..
and unchanged. Demand has im
proved a little of late and there is less pressure to seH.
We quote: State. 1902. choice per ft do gooo
prime. 21ff22c; do common to i?*^,, I*6^,-1 * 6^,-^ 0 r^Vt. l»02
mmmwm
Fowls and roosters moving slowly. taU wUA
celpts reported for the jwefc^ • •"^JgiSSJt Uv»
Turkeys .teady. - T>*£s chickens. naarhT.
pigeons sell fairly. We 13Vfcc; roosters,
per tb. 2T.c; do Southern. 1^^ •• '^ *; ? - • rair .
Western, average. *1 l-fl*l - ». °°J1 J^L -if,,., do young.
western. 0Oc«$l: live pigeons. ol f a - f P er h pa ?{f le a fO wls were
msmm
14c: do scalded. ««^ 3 O^: SiaSrirtK large, white.
Pprlng duck* ~^ B »S $2 2r,;-ao dark. $1 50ff*l 7S.
per dozen. $-75. do mix".. *\-" , it,.. „(, y>ung toms.
Frozen-Turkeys. your.R h-ns No 1 • „n average
B u-pply and held dull nd weak. Onions
a good o u "«^ KU^ steady. Beets and carrots steady.
mmimmm
rM\i DrtSe! 738iSaEdo seconds. $2^s2 50; do Lnns
$-75 T do per basket. 75c©$l; aspanigus . .'oloasal. per
ISSSttSMiSa^S do Charleston spring.
Korfolk"'per 1W bunohesT $4@s7; do Charleston spring
Per lOo'bunch-s. $4@*o: do old. $1«$3; do per bbl. 40J
GOc- carrots. Charie-ton. per 100 bunches. $I<Bs3: do old.
per' bbl 50^®»l; cabbages. Charleston, per bbl crate.
Slfi«l37- North. Carolina. 76c««l 25; do Norfolk, per
bbl or crate 75c(g?l 25; do oia Dantah seed. p.>r ton,
$30810- cucuinberß. Savannah and Charleston, per basket.
$2«NUW>- do Florida. »1 25«52; do per crate. $lfesl ....
do hothouse, T .er dozen. 35@7r.c: celery. Florida, per case.
Sltrs4 ■ ecpplants. r.er box. *IS$3: kale, nearl.y. ,*r 1,1.1.
50|75c- lettuce, nearby, per bbl. $lfe:*3: onions Bermuda,
per crate |1»6$1 (»: do Eg>ptian, per bag $2 ti.>' B s2 ...;
do New-brleanst $125; do '„nn-.ticut. yellow, r.er bbl.
K;WJ.'tSO; do red, $1 50552; do Orange County, red,
per bag. $I§sl 7f>; do State and Western, yellov, per
bag $IS$3- do dov.b> head bbl. $I@s3: do red. jjer bag,
KlSsl 75- okra. Florida, per carrier. $2 50#$3£0!: peas,
Virginia." per half bbl basket. WW275: do per buHi bas>
ket $1 £.S*l 75; do North Carolina, per half bbl fbasket.
$I@s2: do per busn basket. 6Ocfrsl 25; parsnips. t»ld. per
bbl 40300 c: parsley. Bermuda, per box. 110*2 69; pep-
Ben Florida, per carrier, $1 50@$2; rhubarb, nearby, per
lOo'bunchfS $1652- radishes, nearby, per 100 bjinchts.
75cfi*125; do Norfolk, pvr basket. 25<S50c: romaln-. Ber
muda, per box. $1; eplnnach, nearby, per bbl. $ljgsl 60;
string btant- Charleston, "war, per basket. $S^s3{2S; <lo
green $2 25'a'$.1- do Savannah, wax. $1 60®$JJ 75: d<> green,
5175g v s2 50: do Florida, irreer.. per basket. SI 25ffC; do
per crate, $liisl 50; do wax. per basket. $2es3:;do pr;r
crate fl.V>ias -M>: squa.sh. I-"lbrida. whit<\ per tui-ii ba->
k"t, 51 6O(gJ2; <ie yellow, crook neck, $li&si 50; do
Hu'bbard, oCd. per bbl. fl@sl 50; do Cuban, white, per
half bbl, box. $1 J>ostJ3; turnips. Canada. Russian, per
bbl, $I@sl 25.: do nearby, Russia. $1; do North Carolina,
white, per bbl crate. $I(S$2; tomatoes, Florida, average
be»t. per carrier. t2«|2 5O; do poor to fair. $1(&$1 75.
HAY AND STRAW— HAY— Receipts made a rather
light showing for the two days, but they had no harden
ing effect upon prices, as last week's trading was liberal,
some dealers taking sjoo9 sized lines at the eased up rates,
and it is thouKht that the Inside line of prices will b«»
all the market will bear when trade OT«?ns In a wholesale
: v.ay. . should a repetition of fre<> deliveries occur. We
quote: Prime, large j, le S , jkt 10<> ft. $1 104j$1 15, No 1,
: $16$1 06: No 2. f?2Vi@X7Hc: No 3. 70'0,77Hc; ■mail bales
2'-®&i. leee than large; clover, mixed, prime, 70#77Viic;
j clover, cltar, prime. 55605 c STRAW — Lo^g: rye
steady at a raace of 7.".@MV for useful tc beal
Receipts of hay asa straw, in tons. rej.rrted at the- Prod
uce Exchange at noon to-tel : Hudson River Railroad,
460; Krie 140; Delaware. I^ackawanna and 'Western. 30;
West Shore. SO; L<?hi?h Valley. 2tm; Baltimore and Ohio.
10: Central af New-Jer»ey, 40; river boats, I4i>. Total.
1.100 tons. Receipts of straw. 70 tons. An arrival of
about 300 bales of prlmn Etraw is due here from South
Carolina thi week.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
M'KEKLY BBCBCTB
Beeves. Cows. Calves Sheep. Hogs.
Jersey City . . 2.263 — 2.«0» 10,:<00 9,578
Blxtieth-ei I.IU 7.'» fctiOa 10.078 12
rortieth-rt „. — -- — — 14.T.R4
West Shore Railroad... 2.545 •>•" — r-a« —
I^high Valley 1.H15 — — — 3,172
Weebawken 1,503 — -- i.ooj;
Scattering — — S S 54 —
Totals 11.C44 13S 11.810 28.571 27.146
Totals last week 10,l!>9 151 11.483 1"«.:41 27.37S
WEEKLY HXPORTS.
Uv« Livn Qr». Of
cattle., sheep, beef.
Morris Beef Company. Ss. Bovir 14« — 4,200
Morris Beef Company, S-. Oceanic...'. — — 2.100
Morris Beef Company. Ba. Cymric. — — 2.800
Morris Be^f Company. Sa. St. Leonard. 211 — —
Swift Beef Company. Ss. Oce&nir — — 2.100
Swift Beef Company, Ss. Bovir 219 — —
gwlft Beef Comna.iy. Ss. St Leonard.. 3IS — —
J. Shamberg ft Son. sf. novlc ... MB l.oos ' —
I Shamberg & Son. Ss. Mcnomlner. .. 22.'. — . —
J. Shamberg & Sois. Ss. Minneapolis... .'S7S — —
Schwarzschild * Bulsterasr. Be. Bovic. 370 — —
Schwarr?child & Sulzberger. Ss. Meno
mlnee 22.'. — J.OOO
Ecnwarz*chlld & Sulzberger. Ss. Min
neapolis 375 — 1 ,1500
Schwarzechlld & Eulzberger, Pe. New-
York — — 701
Armour Co.. Ss. New-York — — 2.500
r H. Keutgen, S3»>. St Andrews 610 — —
Doud & Keifer, Ss. Boston Ci:y 150 — —
Cudahy Packing Company. Ss. Vmbria — — 1.700
O H. Hammond Company. Ss. Cymric. — — Z4Ot»
Miscellaneous, Ss. TTlntdad 43 106 —
D O. (Silver. Ss. Antllta R — —
L 6. Dillenback, S«. l/'ller — 101 —
Li S. IMllenback. Ss. "arirai — '" —
Total exportP .3.340 1.280 B.«M
Total export* last week .2,6*8 1.279 17,410
Ilaltimore exports this week 736 l.OtiO OS4
J'hliadelphia eiporte this week «44 — tR*)
Newport News export- thU week ■ 'KW —
To London -'.''"' — 2.r^»o
To UverP'«'l 2.230 2.0 M 17 1<M
To Olasirow , 25i> —
To nristo! «0 — —
To Southampton — „__ •».J»l
To Bermuda and Went Indies 51 -.« —
Totals to all ports 5,^H 2,250 22.075
Totals to all ports iau week 7.531 1.500 24.619
QUOTATIONS TOK BEEVEi=
C^roA tf> fhoiee native ste«rs • ? 3 151*5 5"
Medium to fair native steers * j£® * V>
Poor M ordinary naUve suers * j"» * "J
Oxen an<! stags - ™® * '<■ '
Bulls and dry cows . r *'-2 i £•
Good to choice native steers one year ago ... 6 4oV 1 00
REEVES— Recelpta for two days were 211 car*, or
3.739 head, including 71 oars for export aliv«, 139 Jor
slaughterers and 43 for the market, all at Jersey CKJ.
with the exception of 1 car. Steers opened moderately • ar
tive and full steady; late sales r.t medium and Jtgnt
steers were ruled firm to a shade higher, »» u11 1, h . " w t upon
all grades; cows were quoted finn and lovloc higher
Tha >»rd>. were cleared. Ordinary to prim- fteers sold
at $4 ♦52^iflJ5 v, ptr 100 ft: bun* at M3T»es4 40; ■•"•" i a v
$2 2ft^»4 »l. Dressed beer was In good .ien.-nd with
B«n«r».l «iles at 7«#c per Ib for native »id««. A llttl
extra lie*f sold at l»cl »c To-da>-s Liverpool l and Ixmdrtn
cave» quoted livo cattle B«IIIug at llisOl-'*<s per n>.
dressed weight: sheep at 14® 15c,. draased weight. Exports
to-morrow: Th» Victoria will carry to LJverpool 270 cat
tl» and 1.030 sheep for J Ehamberg & Son. 270 cattle for
Schwarzschild & Sulzberger. 162 cattle for the. Swift Beef
Company and 10« head for the Morris eßef Company: also
M.7<fi quarters of beef tentlmated) for various shippers.
-Fhcrman * Culver: 21 stable fed Pennsylvania
steers. 1262 Ib average, at ST. 45 per 1M Tb. 17 do. 1375 n-.
al $."r-V 21 do. 115S Ib at 25; 20 do. 1201 n>. at
?5 30; 17 do. 1297 IT, at 20; 13 do. 121& Ib. at $5 2«>:
21 do, 1205 Ib. at $5 05; 23 do. 10C4 Tb. at $4 SO; 22 d-.
»8K Ib, at $4 C2H; 1 bull. 12fi0 Ib. at $4 25.
.1. Shamberg & Son: 11 Chicago steers, 117.* Tb. at $." 4*" 1 ;,
P do. 13<m» Ib. at $-".40. 17 do U))!> Tb. at *5 35; 23 do.
1072 Ib. at $5 20; J> do. :125 Ib. at *r. 10.
Newton & Co. : 22 stable fed 'Pennsylvania eteers, 1292
Tb. at $5 40. h do. 137J» Tb at $5 40: 20 do. 114S Ib. Nt
$5 10: 21 do 1303 rb. at $5; IS do. 1115 Ib. at $4 H; 1 bul!,
1170 Ib. at J4 4l>; 5 cows li 4« Ib. at $3 «0; 2 do. 575 lt>.
•■• J3 60; 1 do ttto n>. at $3 20: 1 do. JMO Tb. at 12 60.
9 do. 7SO Tb at S2 25; 2 do. 710 Tb. at 92 25.
McPherson & Oo.: 2O Ohio steerf. 1242 Tb. at ♦5 27- .
1«> do. 11U2 Ib at $5 10: IS do, 1153 Ib. at 15; IS Pennsyl
vania do. 1250 Tb. at $5: 1 bull. 1220 Tb. at 14 25; 1 do.
1000 Ib. at *4. 7 cows. 010 n>. at P.eS; ■ do. R54 IT., at
30: 1 do TOO tb, at $2 7f.; 1 do, 050 Ib. at 12 50, 9 do,
753 Iti. at $2 40. „ ' _
Kerns Commission Company: IS Indiana steers. 1385 Ib.
at *5 45- IS do. 1323 xb. at $5 4.'.; 1% do. 1278 IT., at S3 15;
17 Buffs do. 1207 Ib. at $5: 4 do. 11U5 Ib. at *5.
B. Sanders: 16 Ohio steers, 12rt7 It,, at $5 40: 21 stable
fed Pennsylvania do, 1070 Ib. at 86; 2 bulls. 141.. Tb.
at $4 15 I", cows 1121) Tb. at $4 15; 4 do. IHJO Tb. at *a 50.
A H.'Eppstein: 17 Ohio steers. 1200 tb. at $5 30
Tobin & Shannon: 3 oxen and bulls. 12f)0 Ib. at *.. 3.. : 1
bull. 1(100 Tb. ut $3 S*V 2 cows. 1000 Ib, at C 2 ,5; 1 do. .00
*X.*G?*cSrti« & Son: 4 bulls, 1010 Tb. at $3»0: 1 do.
750 Ib. at $3 «0: 1 heifer. C3O IT., at $3; 1 «-ow. 5»«0 «•• at
j:< 25: 1 do. li>so n. at $.". IB; 2 do. l«>i» Ib. at $3. 8 do.
bVi Ib. at «2 60; 4 do, S»<» Tb. at $2 25.
John Ducey: 2 cows, 725 Ib. at 12 50; 1 do. 630 Tb,
3 i-A*LVES- for two day? were 5.543 head in
cluding 391 for slaughterer* and 5.452 for the market or
which 3.U02 at 81xUetb-et. and 1.55.» at Jersey CKy.
There was a good demand for the stock and pries were
generally rated steady to strong; p -sslbly p->ine saios
were hardly up to the best flsrure? obtained last rrtaay
for calves 'of the same, weight. The pen; were e*«ly
cleared. Common to choice veals sold at $*,©♦' r>*r lv
Tb- a few head iselected* at $7 23; buttermilk .-alres at
*3 f.it©s4. City dressed veals steady at (V2QIO/2C per
Tb; country dressed at BgSHc.
Sales .at Sixtieth-st.).— Jeltlffe, Wright .• & < o.: 1«4
veals. 125 Ib average, at $G SO -, er 100 Tb; S0« do 123 rb
at $6 50; 04 do. 121 Ib, at $«25; 8»7 do. 112 ft. at $«: 19
do, t»S ib. at $0; 26 do. 107 Tb. at $4 50; 24 do. SC Tb,
at $4: 20 mixed calves. 10S Tb. at $4 25_
J. H Hume & Bro.: 243 veals. 136 Tb. at $..30 do,
142 Tb. at $7; 2!rt» do. 127 Ib. at $6 40: 221 1 do. 114 rb. at
$6 35; 101 do 122 Ib, at $6 25; 6 do. 108 Ib. at 5l»; «5
do. 93 Ib. at $4; <» mixed calves. 117 Tb. at $4 70.
J. G. Curtis & Son: 81 veals. 121) Ib. at *« 75; 019 do.
124 Tb. at $8 50; 88 dc. 127 ft. at J6 40. 138 do. 121 Ib
at $6 25: 81 do. 117 Tb. at $6 12H: 98 do. 119 Ib, at T6 10;
23 do. 109 ft. at $4 50: 40 do. 07 Ib. at $4.
B. W. Otis & Co.: B7 veals. 142 Tb. at $7: 1« fla 124
Ib. at $6 62H; 281 do. 125 Ib. at $6 50; 10 do, 118 ft. at
$5- 6 do Mul&^'veals, 133 Ib. at J7; 191 do 112
Andrew Mullen: 12 veals. 133 ft. at J7; Wl to U2
ft, at $6; 63 do (few buttermilks). 123 Tb. at $5 50
H H Hollls: 59 veals. 121 It), at $7; 103 do. 124 ft,
at $6 60- 137 <30. 128 Ib, at $6 40: 193 do. 118 ft. at $6 25;
"johVp 4 Zk?oJ\£ : ££'&£-£& i 63 butter-
m Goors;e 2 & T i;. R Dillenback: 150 veals, 125 Tb. at $6 12 4:
115 mixed calves. 104 Ib. at $5 25.
Sale* at Jersey Clty-S. Judd & Ca: 9 veals IW9 ft.
at $7 25: M do. 144 Ib. at $7: 81 do. 120 ft. at $«37£;
60 do. 12T. ft. at *rt3O; 53 do. 118 ft. at $G25; SS do,
116 Tb at $0: 6 d 0.183 ft. at $4 50; 2« do. 106 Ib. at $4.
P. Sanders: 127 veals. 132 Ib. nt_ $7; 05 do 132 Tb. at
$r. 80; 172 do. 125 ft. ct 75; 137 do, 119 ft. at $6 50;
42 do. 110 ft, at $T>. veal.. 139 ft. at $7; 4 do. 117 ft,
Newton & Co.: 55 veolß. 139 ft, at $.; 4 do, 11. ft.
at Tobm > '& Shannon: 'lGO v^als. m * -Xff **.**'
131 ft. at $0 50: 14* i do. 117 ft. at $6 25; 63 do 110 ft.
at Sfl: 113 do. 120 ft. Nt $5 85: 31 do. 120 ft at $.».
SHKEP ANl> LAMBS— Receipts for two days were
carp, or 9.10' head, Including KH cars for export iiliv^
17 for slaughterers and 15Vi for the mar!:et. of which
12 1 -'- at Jersey City and 3at Slxtieth-st. yard?. Sheep
nil*-d firm to'lOc higher; lambs were active and I.^-oc
higher- smod Fprlng lambs in demand and firm; common
ana ordinary grades not wanted. The pens were prompt
ly cleared. Common to choice clipped sheep (-old at
$3 60«$BM per 100 ft: emport do at $5 SO; medium to
choice clipped lambs at ffmeVt 75; a car of \ Irglnla
•pring lambs at $«75 per 100 Ib: a car of Maryland -io
at $4 9O per head; a bunch of common State earing
U l3Ste^WooHed**stock la nearly out of the market and
hereafter >--heep will be understood to mean Clipped sh*ep,
and lambs to deslgnato clipped lambs unless otherwise
ln Dres«ed mutton firm at 8311 c per ft: dllisna lambs
hirher at liei4%c: city dressed spring lambs sold at
15fil7c per Ib by the carcass at $4»so r.O each: country
drossy! unchanged and Felling at $2 s«Wsr. ■-_' CHrcass -
Sitei-S Judd * Co.: 174 Buffalo lambs. HBl^aww,
at 1780 per 1011 Ib: Hi)o do. «2 ft. Nt *r. ,R: 2.^ do, SJ Ib,
at if, 75 : 37 f unshorii do. 7^ Ib. ut »750: « Buffalo rheep.
80 Tb. at $5 50; 35 do, SO ft, at $5; 2 State do. 80 ft.
at Sanders: State lambs. Tl J±*JF»i J» £:
6T. ft, at $0 7.": 10 Fheep and cull lamb 9, Ct> ro, at 9»av,
° N.^-ton n & '<-'* 4 r241r 241 Virginia spring lambs. 38 Tb. at
N cl"prtd State lamta. 72 ' ft^at $7: M 0 Ohio sheep.
S9 n>. at $5 40: 9 State ewea, OS Tb «MH. ._<-.. M
Tobln * Shannon: 27 State lambs 78 ft. at *.^«5 46
do. 05 Tb at $7 CO: 20 vearlinsrs. 8!> ft. at $6^o. ->f>
clipped Ohio sheep. 1M ft. at^ss 50: 01^do. 104 ft. «'»^
3 State do. 103 ft. at $5; 2 bucks. 160 ft at $3 __•'
Harrtngton «• Co.: 241 State lambs, 80 ft. at t< ..'. 2
Sh lM>her S^ *o.: 322 Maryland spring lambs, at $4 90
each; 7 Maryland sheep. 107 ft. at *•> 2 per 100 IK -, nt
Kerns Commission Company: 70 Ohio sheep. <Jrt ft. at
$sDßOHk°rrlngton:l5 D BO Hk°rrlngton: lT 363 sfate lambs. 88 ft. at $7 65; 62 State
sheep and lambs. 72 ft. at $6
J. H Hume & Bro. : 99 State sheep. 102 ft. at $5: 3 do.
93 ft at $5- 20 do funshorn). 125 ft. at $5 ...: 11 aHeep
and lambs C 2 ft. at $6 50: 13 spring lambs, at $3 50 each.
HOGS— Receipts for two days were 521, cars or o,m>S
head. including about 4 cars for the market. Prices were
no more than steady: Srate hogs sold at $.®s7 10 per .00
ft -Country dressed hogs slow at B<gloc per ft.
Sales— Tobln & Shannon: 35 Stale hogs. 12.. ft average,
at $7 10 i.er 100 Tb; t roughs. 240 ft. at $rt 10.
S. Banders: 37 State hogs, l-! ft. at $7 10; 2 roasns, 3U>
8. .Tu«id & Co (late Saturday): 197 Ohio hogs. 13 ft.
* Kerns* Commipsion CoBSMUiy <*•*• Satur-la, 1: 191 West
ern hogs=. common. 121 ft. at $6 50.
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. May 11.— Cattle— Receipts. KM* J£&£l
Fteadv; ,-iose.i slow; good to prime steers, »We»W;
do rr to medium. $4&55 1O; stockers and feeders. $.'.<GJ4 .{>;
cows, $1 50&5450; heifers. $2 sU<B*s; canners, $1 .MA6S- •■>.
bulle *2:»i^&s4.*^»; calves. $2 50©46; Texas fed steer*.
$4©f4 75. Hoes— Receipts to-day. 42.000 head; to-morrow
£<MWO; left over. 10.000; 15*200 lower; mixed and
butchers. $«4A©W7O; fio.>.l to choice, heavy. $• .<>t/jfC 85 ;
rough heavy, 50?<$U 65; li ht. $gatfCsßsS; bulk .of
sales, *'i "y *•"..■■ Sheep and Lambs— Receipts. 20,000
head; sheep steady to 15c lower; lambs strorg to a shade
hiKher- good to choice wethers. fßwf&ggj fair to cholc«
mixed. $3 6O©s4 75; native lambs. $4 000*7 35. - „,,,,„
Cincinnati. May Hosa active. $4 v .Cu*fi. o. fattlr
dull lower. $2 7o''".*4. .Sheep steady. $2OH«v. Lambs
St 'l^st ImfiST'lUf ll._Cattle_Recel P ts. 4.000 hMjS;
heavy slow; butchers' steady to stroas; prime steers.
$5 25<5?5 35; shipping Eteers, *4 «igss 15; butchers steers,
H6o®to; heifers. *>7.v fl M7r.. cows WSJ . ul >.
$3 25»M50; feeders. $4'»«4oO; stockers, $--*-i **;:■' i
stock heifers. »X 75553 75; stock steer calves. $4 26«
$4 75; extra fresh cows and springere. steady; otheis.
$2(6*3 per r head lower; good to choice $50^5«; medium
to good $35&545; common. $256533. % eals— Receipts.
1 ot>o head: 25c lower: tops. »660e»«76: common to good,
$4 sU4»*ti4<.. Hoss— Rec.ipts. I^.ooo head; actlvjilgfe
'i»lliu hither- others. 5AlOc lower; heavy, w»4is»( .
ifew $7 wixe.! itO; Yorkers, SG*s®s6W; pigs. «C Writ
*7; roughs $5 75&$ti; stags. $5&55 25. Sheep and lAmbs
—Receipts ID."<h> head; active, 20©2,kj higher: top
lambs. «7%@*7 7O; culls to»ood. $4^*7.-.; yearling^
$5 758$««>; ewe*. $6® $5 2T»; sheep, top mixed, -o<o>
$5 50; culls to good, *2'nss 16. . .-..,,„
Fast Liberty • May 11. — Cattle lower. Choice. So oC§!
JS^fprtme W5 y2O:y 20: good. i « 75 5 54 S5. Hogs lower.
Prime, heavy $hsh>; mediums. $6«5; hea\-y Workers and
light Yorkers $tt 80 pIRS. $6 i>o(g st! ?>5 : roughs, $6«SGSO.
Sheep higher: Best methers. *5«55 20; culls and c m- u
mon $2C*s3: choice lambs, $7©»7 »j veal carres, $6.
Kansas Cltv. May 11.— Cattle— Receipts. 4..M-J head
natit-ea- 260 fexans; calves. 150 natives. Beeves steady
to 100 usher; quarantine steers and cows steady to I--'
Wiener"- «ockera and feeders quiet; choice export and
dressed beef steers. $4 80«$5 25; fair to good. 53 .s^*4 W;
Btockers and feeders, $3 35©«4 76; WM«B<>M»ltWft
12»5©55 10; Texas and Indian steers, $3£<><as4 7o; Texas
cSwal2»be*»»7s: native cows, { 1 mSSIsO; ■*£»
herfeVs 10***75; canners. «l 25®la 6O; bulK *- ■■■'"
BTO^'calves $2-,,5.i.5... Hogs— Receipt!.. f..UX> head.
Market s®lOc lower; top, $0 70; bulk of Bales, $«.>--j«
siltiS- heavy- $6 60^1870; mixed packers. $ii4o@*rtUj;
fight" $6 4i u -si;;.o. Yorkers ' |«9069685; pia«. r...'..i *»...-.
"heeb— lli-ceipts. 12.080 head. Market Btroo*., lambs 10c
n?ghir: natlv* lamb,. M 25©57 00; We-tern >Bb>jm
«iO- fed ewe? *" K.*75»2.-.; native wether^ *4&* . *v.;
Texas clipped slieep, $4®s4 60; stockan and (eeders,
$;; 70<954 -"■ J . '
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Buffalo. May 11. -Flour steady; best patent spring.
S4'2,Vas4 50: bakers 1 straight spring, *4&54 2T>. bakers"
rl»ar'Kprlnr. $3 S&of2 75; low grades winter and spring.
S2-;b<G[i3; patent winter. $4106*4 35: clear. $3 35g$3«K>
'ra.ker flour. *3 25® 53 60; rye flour. S3 6dg*4. Wlwat—
sDring dull; No 1 hard. 84Vic; Ho 1 Northern, H'Z'.ic:
winter firm; No 3 white, 82c; No 2 red. Wic. Corn etead> .
No •• yellow r>3c; No 2 corn. 61c. Oats firm; No 3 whit«.
Me: No S mixed, M%c. Barley— Track. 47Q55--. Canai
freinhte steady; oats, Uc; rye. 4c to New-YorU.
Chicago, May 11.— Th« leading futures ranged as
f(> Wheat No 2: Openlns. Hlghe«t Lowest. Closing.
«... 7« l »e7S l i 7SW TBU " sl
juiy ::"'::::.. "724t 72% 72»i«72»i 72^ 72*.
September . ..... 70&70H 70 69!» •«>
Ma^ r "".. N *?.. 2: ..44 liis>44»i1 iis>44»i 44 44U 44%<g44?i
J,ilv 44T(,e»r. 45 44S 44»
EeptemUr . 44* 8 <&14«i 44% 44544H 44*
M ;: ats No 2 -.. m 5* ■ s
july 32V»ig3a L » 32 U 32 • 32*.1-"i
23*: 2»?iS-2S)H 29»©»H 3»»
Me ts porK per bbl ( ,„
juTy :: " IT 10 ITiO 17u0 17 00
September" 10 tS2H 16 C2H >««> _ 1C CO
Ml?- Per I . o °. n>! 8 62V. >«l 5 72H BSO
iulv b96 SJ« » >» «*l'n
September »02H » Of. 8 V 5 *P7Vt
Short ribs, per ioo rt>;
«... . l»20 »2» » 15 •IS
j7.|f- ;; .. 827^ 30 »2(t »22Hs
Srpu-»ber ... »22* t.25 9 17Vs »li^
C»»h ouotatlons were as follows: Klour dull and
steady No 2 spring wheat. 70®(«0c; No 3, 73378 c; No 2
JedTw'ieTSSc; No 2 com. 44% c: No 2 yellow. 4«g4«Hei
No o«s. 35c; No 2 white, 37V>c; No 3 white. 83®35Vc;
No 2 rye 86e good feeding barley. 37®40c; fair to choice
malting 4OOMc; No 1 flax seed. 81 11; No 1 Northwesl
"rn *1 10; prim., timothy seed. 53 4&©s3 50; clover, con
tract grade. •12 60. Me«K pork, per bbl. $17 37H©J17 W>;
lard pc- M 0 Tb, $S St>«^ «7Vs; short ribs sides (loose).
«tl<W»»2" dry salted shoulder* iboxed). $S37Hef*»»>;
Jhort clear side, (boxed). *9 «2H«» 75 Whiskey, basis
of high wines |1 30. On the Produce Exchange to-day
the butler market wan nrm. Creameries. lC®2lc; «alrl-"s,
14V4S1SC' e KS» flrm; at mark, caees Ir.cluaed. 14 I *©l4'*tc,
cheese, steady. I3W«l3^c.
Duluth, May 11. — Close: Wheat, to arrive, >." 1 hard.
SO'tc- No 1 Northern. 7h'«c: No a Northern, 76*ic: May.
No l'hard, 7«?»e; July. 77Hc; Beptenit«r, 70*»c. Oat»
M Mi"lwaukee. May 11— Close: Wheat higher; No 1
Northern. 81 We: g« 2 North.m. 79 . ? e»04e; July. 77»te.
Rv firm; No 1. 52V.t8*».. Berlfr lower. No 2, M@:*e;
cample. 40©C>3 I *c — July, 44& C.
Minneapolis, May 11.— Close: Wheat cash. 7SHc; May.
77*ic; July. 76%e; on track. No 1 hard. 73>ic: No 1
Northern. 7«Sc; N.. 2 No.'.hern 77',»c: No 3 Northern.
77C77UC Flour^-rirtt patent?. $4 1&4M4 25; second pat
ents $4«i©;S4 15; Brst clears. 83CS3 10; second clean.
12 4. r >fi*2&o. Bran, in bulk. *12«»12M>.
Philadelphia. May —Wheat dull but steady: contract
gr»'!^ May >s9(tOr; Com aulet. unchanged; Ma> Mf
flOVic' Oats quiet; No 2 white clipped, 3iiV»©4<i<-. Flour
•lull and weak to »tll. but urice» unchanged. Rya flour
dull and unchanged. Butter steady: fair demand: extra
Western crean»ry. 22'*c: do marbv prints. Sic. Upgs
firm- good demand; fresh ; n^arbv. Wlc at th» mnrk; da
Wertera. 161»ei*V<r, do Bontnw*«tern. 16c; do Bouth«ra.
Railroads.
PENNSYLVANIA
B RAIIiROAD.
STATIONS (be*, tf "West Twenty-third -•-. ■ and DM
browes and Cortlandt Streets.
tfThe i.niinc time from Dnbl«iWl nntt
iTtlnnrlr Slrcet* is tlve i:iliiiiu« later than
that clirn I IioIo»t for «-n t -third Strret
station, except übere otlterwine noted.
7;f»." \. >I. KAST MAIL. — Limited to two Parlor Cax»
and Itininjr Car New York to Pittsburg. Sleeping Car
P!«sr-ur«r to Chicago. No Coaches to Ptttsburir.
V..-..-I \. M. FAST IJNB. — Pittsbur? and Cleveland.
U.r.r. \. M. PENNSYLVANIA LntITED.— Pullman
<'ompartment Sleeping, l'inin«. Smokiair. and Observa
tion Cars. For Chicafro, Cleveland. ToleOo. Detroit.
<*lnclnnati. Indianapolis. I»ui»vlll»». St. I>tui?.
I.."MS P. M. CHICAGO AND BT. UOUIB HTCrKESS. -
For To!»<1-\ Haahviita <via nn'ir.nati and Louisville).
Indianapolis. Chicago. St. Luiuis. Diclaa Car.
r*.-.r» i». .M. trr. Louis EXPRESS For Pift-burr.
Indianapolis, Louisville. St. Louis. Dlninir Cm For
Wtlch. W. V» (via Shenandoah Valley Route*.
5.."."» P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago. 1•-
Toledo, except Saturday. Dtnir.K Car.
T..V, |». 31. PACIFIC EXPRESS. -For Plttsbur* and
<"h.ca«i>. For Knoxvllle. daily, via Shenandoah Valley
Route. connects for Cleveland except Saturday.
H. 2« P. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI KX
PRESS—For Pl:t»bura, Cleveland, ard CinclnnatL
WASHINGTON \MI TIIK SOI TH.
7.86, R. 36. 8.55 (Dining Car). 10. ID iDwbrfMM and Cort
landt Streets. 10.20* (Dlnine Carl. I"."."- iDining Car*
a. m.. 12.58 i Dining Car>. 2.10 (Dmlirotm and I'ortlardt
Streets. L\2o>. (3.25 ••Congressional Limited." all Parlor
and i'inin^ Car">. 3.25 iDlnins Carsi. 4.25 (Dining Car).
4.88 (IMr.lnjr Car), ».H p. m., 12.1<» night. Surblay. ««.25.
t 58 iDiJiing Car>. M».58 (Dining Carl a. m., 12.55 ulnlnr
Car). (8.25 "Congressional Limited." all Parlor and
Dining Cars«. 3.25 (Dining Car>. 4.25 (Dininjf Car). 4.o*>
iDinin* Car). Jt.25 p. m. 12.10 night. _'
SOITHEBN R.VIL.WAY. Express, 3.25, 4.25 p. m.. 12.10
night dally. . . „
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.— Exj res!«. 5.55 a. m. and » 25
p. m. dally.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.— Express. H p. m.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAT— Memphis
and New < ar.s. 3.25 j>. m. dally. ,
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.SS a. m. week
fiays and 4.55 p m. daily. '
FOR OLD POINT i-OMFOHT and NORFOLK.— »••*» a. m.
week-days and 5.55 p. m. dally. ■ , .
ATLANTIC CTTT.— a m. and 2.5S p m week-days.
Sundays, T. 55 a. m. Through Vestibuled Trains. liuffer
Parlor Cars and Standard Coaches «n week-days. I ar
lor Smoking Car, I'arlor Cars, Dining Car, and Standard
Coaches »n Sundays.
CAPE MAY.— 12.55 p. m. week-days.
For points on New York and Long Branch Railroad (]Tom
West Twenty-third Street Station), 8.55 a. m.. I--™
2.25. 3.2.',, 4.10. and 4.55 p. m. week-days. Sundays, 0.23
a. m. 4..".. . p. m. (from DesbiT>««es and Cortlanct
Streets). 3.30. 8.00 a. m.. 12.20. 2.30. 3.40. 4.20. and o.lt»
p. m. w««k-davs. Sundays, ft.45 a_ m.. 5.15 p. m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. _„
6.10 (Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets, 20) i 2.>. im.
8.25. 8.88 • ... <».55 Penna. Limited), 10-1O (De^broeses
and Cortlandt Streets, 10.20) {Dining Car), 10.55 'I»m
ing; Cart. 11.55 a. m., 12.98 (Dining Car>, 1.55 (Dining
Car), 2.1<» (Desbrosses and Cortlandt Streets. 2.20.1, _.j»>.
3 25 (Dining Car*. 3.55, 4.25. 4.25 (Dining Car), 4..»t
(Dining Car). B.BS (Dining Car). 7.55, *.20. MJ «■- >
p. m.. 12.10 alvht. Sundays. 6.10. 7.55 iL>inmr Car), no
coaches), 5.25. 8.5T.. 9.55 (LimtteoT*. J».55. 10.55 tDinlne
Car) a. m. 12.55 (Dining Cart. 1.55 (Dining Car}. 3.-»
(Dining Car), 3.55. 4.2.". (Dining Car), 4.58 (Dining < an.
6.55 (Dining Car). 7.:.:.. £.25. 8.55, 0.25 p. m.. I- 1'»
night. „„
Ticket offices. Nos. 4f.1. 13.-.4. ll.°» and 261 Broadway: 1 S
Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.); 2CJ Fifth Avenue icfrner
2JHh St.): l Aator House: West Twenty-third Street
Station, and stations foot of Desbrosses and Cortlaaji
Street*; 4 Court Street. t-«> Fulton Street. 3W Hroa.l
way and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brooklyn: bta
tlon, Jersey Cltj-. The New York Transfer ' . ompar.y
will call for and check baggage from hctel» and re».
dences through to destination.
Telelphon* #< 014 Kißhtoenth Street" for Pennsylvania
Railroad Cab Service.
W. W. ATTERBURT. J. R- V\ OOD.
General Manager. Gen'l Passenger Arent.
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leave New York, foot Barclay and Cnnatopner Sta,
TS.UO A. M. — >or BiEtfhamu>n and t>yiacu»«.
•10.00 A. M.— For buffalo. Chicago and t«. Louis.
•1.40 l: M. — For Buffalo and Chicago.
t4.00 P. M. — For Kcranton and Plymouth.
•6.10 P. M.— Foi Buftaio and Chicago.
•»43 P. M.— Utica, Oswego. Ithaca, Buffalo.
•2.00 A. M.— For Chicago— Sleepers open » P. M-
Tickets at IIS. 429. 1183 Broadway, N. V.; 83» Fultoa
St.. Brooklyn. *Dally. tEicept Sunday.
Citations.
rpHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the Grate of God Free and Independent.—
To Cornelia's. Merillon. individually and a.- substituted
Trustee of the Trusts Created under the \\ ill of Robert
T Clinch, deceased; Charles MerUlon. Robert Thomas
Stewart Merillon, Yolande Merillon Mane Pierre Clincn
Merillon Marie Joseph Clinch Merillon. Joseph Merillon.
as ancillary General Guardian of Charles Merillon Robert
Th.mas Stewart Merillon. Marie Pierre Clinch Merillon
Yolande Merillon. Marie Joseph Clinch Merillon. and to
all persons interested in the estate of Robert T. C Ilnch.
late of the city of Paris. France, deceased, as creditors
legatees, next of kin or otherwise. Send greeting: Toil
and each of ypu are herery cited and required personally
to be and appear before our Surrogate of the County of
New York, at the Surrogate's Court of said County, held
at the Count y Court House in the County of New York,
on the 30th day of June. 1003. at half-past ten o'clock tn
the forenoon of that day. then and there to attend a
judicial settlement of the account of proceeding? of
Horace RtMaell. as Exerrutor of the Last -Will and Testa
ment of said deceased; and su:h of you as are hereby
clted as are under the age of twenty-oas years, are re
quired to appear by your guardian, if you have one ec
if you have none, to appear and apply for one to be ap
pointed or in the event of your neglect or failure to do
so a guardian will ', appointed by the Surrogate to
represent ami act for. you In the proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof, We have caused the Seal of the
in Tesu^rrogates' Court of the said County of New
Tork to be hereunto afiTxed. Witness. Hon.
rT c 1 Frank T. Fit7ceraM. ■ Surrogate Of our said
lU S " 1 County, at the County i f New York, the ■ 6th day
. of May n the year of our Lord r.ne thousand
nine hundred ■J*^^.^ MCLAUGHLIN.
Clerk of Surrogates' Court.
JAMES B DABCT Attorney for Executor. 2SO Broad
way. New York City.
15015% c Cheese firm but qutet: old New-Tork full
creams choice small. 14*i«l.V: do fair te good. 14®
»5" dotholce. la c. 14* C do fair f. s<»4 14. . New-
SS& full creams here, 12% c; do fa;: to good. «•
sacks'- wheat P 47.Of^> bush: corn. iOOO bnah; OHt s 10.000
ifcta- w'---at 47 ott> £ah , orn. 2.0 M bu,h . oal -
busn?' Shipments-Wheat. 13.0W bush: corn. X.MO hu,h.
oats, ll.wo bush.
Bl Lonis, May 11.— Close: Wheat— No 2 redcas^ <l**c^
May TlHc: July S»*c: SeDtemher. B7 1 4Sfi. ic: N-> -
hart' 74 "corn— No 2 cash. 43c nominal; May.
43$ July. 41 ; '»'a41 a *'" Serteiut... r. 41 »C. uat^-Ju >".
34Hc; September. nominal: No 2 white, 2S©3B :c
Rye steady, ib'rzr.
Elgin. May 11.— Butter ruled firm on th- Bnar.i o
Trade to-day, being quot«d at 21c- J-sk. Bate, tor the
district during last week were 0.0.000 pound?.
NAVAL STORES.
The market for spirits turr^ntine, remained steady but
quiet with prices unchanged, on the basis of 4U /2c for
machine made l.bls. Rosin was steady to firm. Tar
rujed firm seDto. readily in a f Ull— way at fu : prcces.
WSPIMTfiW SPIMTfi TURPENTINE-Oil and machine IMb, BMJ
T ', r n_ Pine bhls J2 25&J2 30: oils. $4 40.
ROSIN-" ommon'to g?od strained. J2552 OT. n *3 1W
f.f-0- X S2 2«pS?2 25: F. $2 SO: G. $2 3.-.: 11. 12 .>.»: 1. *••:
K. 35': M. *346; N. $3 55: WG. fi 70; WW. ?3 75«
* 385 ' STOCK ON HAM'
_„ . l!>.30l bbls
Jto^ln . k»\1«
Tar rlts . . tur . p< '. r ! t . ln .t .■.■.■.■.■.■.•.•.•.•.•.■::::.".■.■.".■:.*.■.".".■.■.: =.»« lit
Savannah, Haj 11.— Turpentine tirtr.. 4Cc: receipts OV>
bbls: sales 833 exports, 410. Rosin firm: receipts, 1 4Mt
bbls exDortf 8.00«>; A. B. V^; I> E. SS F, *1 ••• ••
SIW: h $2^:. I. «l»; k. S3; M. 13)*; s, »»»; W tt
13 »; W W, »3 !■"• _ .
Charleston. May i U TurpentUie 5 sjulet. 4...-. i Jtae*
quiet: A. B. C-; !■. E. SI '■•»- m*r n* G ?1 J",-" -f" v" :
1 J275; K." J21»»: M. $3; N. $3 U5; W G. $3 15. W W.
'\vilmington. May 11.-- Spirits turpentine firm. 4ti- „ n
ceit)t» 10 casks Rosin- Nothing doing; receipts, 14 bbls.
Crude turpentine <iui-t. S£ *■■-'> ■»■ $3 ■"•'»■ receipts. 131
bbl?.* T«r firm Jl 6T>- recelpta, »S bbls.
London May 11— Turpentine 42, I"'.-l. Kosin
Ameri-an strained, Ba l'.'.n. fine. J*.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKET.
-r-t,'. Mdg Net. Grassi. Sales. SH«.-k.
Galve,ton. .tW •. - . 10« i -^ 2-gJ S3» 47.4^
Norfolk, firm.... 10H fg t.5 - i^|g
bavannuh. steady I<>H .'-I? 5 '-'i!-' „ "^ =»;,-«
New-Orleans, firm 1 1 ,, 116 -'r*' 3 -,^j» --s '2'?- ?
.Augrusta. nrm \i 9-| ;
Charleston, firm IJOJ — — .r-?!,
Houston. »rm 1O*« -.60S _,h3S 71 >C 5
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
I ivernoo! May 11 5V- tn.— Cotton —Spot— Good hu«iness
done- url.-es « to 10 points higher. American middlinir.
fair 6 2^d- good middling. r.««d: mI«MUn«. S.SS low
middling 5 6"d- good ordinary. 5.40 d: ordlnno-. 3.22 d.
Thr «1« of the da> were IS^OOO bales, of which S.WW
were 'or speculation mti'l export, and included »*-4»l
African. r F...ture t 0,,.-ned flrm .ni etojad f-verlsl
»^ lu^t:
S.i7eS.Sßd; August and September. 5.42g^.43d: September
arid October. 4.M; October and November ,fM: Novern
ber and December; 4-72 d; December and J.— ry. 4..<*9
4.71 d; January and }".bruary. 4.60 d.
LONDON WOOL MARKET.
I^ndon May 11.— Tho offerings at the woo! auction
sal«M to-day conßistv.; of a superior selection of lO.ftS)
bales. Merinos and coar»e cn»»bred» »e.«lo per cent ;
above th, March average, and ucoureds m fln« condition
SoM at high rate*. Th.- offertn,. *t Tasmar.l.n wer,
farie and there wa* a strong demand re»i <reaay ;} ari
ca7s purchased several pnrcel. of cross^eds. l^nowln
are the sales tn detail: New South Wati?. 3.3tX» bales;
%£u'*£ fidftl^ lt'-d: greasy. GWdflU 31. Queensland.
7^) bale,: soured. lIWls lid: greasy. «d0l. ; Id. Vic
toria I <HJO bales: scoured. CdS2«: Kreasy. s»:»d<&U> 3»jd.
Soufn Australia. 3w bate.; secured. lld»l. gre^y. ,
fl?i»10d. Tasmania. I.WX» bales: jrreasyßH^ttls 4Hd.
Zealand 2.600 balev si-oured. Is 2d«ls 1M: greasy. ,
B ©ll »d. C»P« cf Good H °P" and Natal. »<> bales,
greanj. SUfflW.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
IJvert<ool May 11. —Closing — Wheat— Spot »t»»>!y. No
2 red Western winter 6s 3Hd; No 1 Northern spring. j
6a M No 1 California. 6s »Hd. future* steady. May.
6s S^sd July 0s 4"* d. Corn— Aa.erian tnixeJ.
new. firm. 4s «'»ti; American mixed old. quiet. 3. 3d;
futures quiet; May 4» «d. June, 4s 4^»d; July. 4s 4%d.
Pea*- CaV.adian ulet. Ba 11 ' id. llour— LouU fancy
w«nt«r quiet, ia 3d. Hope— At London (Pacific Cout)
steady £S I0n«i« «s. Be-f easy; extra li.cla rcess, aSu,
Pork flrm. prima m«ss. W««tem. 67s Cd. H«m»- Short
cut 14 to lrt It> quiet, 6»». Bacon quiet; Cumberland |
cut' 2tt to 30 tb.' *\i ikl. short rib. 1(5 le 24 sb, 53i M;
lonir '«««r middle*. II«H. 28 to 34 Ib. M»; long clear ,
nitdci!»<« heavy SS to 4f> Ib. Sis <U; nhort tje»r hacks.
l*i t.. 20 Tt- Bis; cU-ar heilie*. U to IS It>. »)a. < hou!tler»
— arjuarr. II to 13 Ib. easy. 2&». LarJ dull: prtme
Western, tn tierce*. 47. Atu«rica» reflr.ed. la pal'«. 4«a.
jlutter— <5 t-1 fnlt*d States, •teady. 75a. Chee*. *tea<sy;
Ami-rlcan f.n*«t. white »nd colored, Ska. Tal!o»— Prime
Railroad*.
NEW'YORK
(entral
V^/ 4 HUDSOM RIVER R. R.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK UHE.
VIA NIAGARA FALLS.
Train* arrive and depart from Gra-id Central StaTfcuv
♦2d Str«»!. New Tork. as below:
North and west b>^nn<! tra'.is. except lho»» ieartr* GT»rsl
Central Station at $.30 11.30 A. 51.. 2 4.V 3.30. 9.13.
11.30 P. M.. win stop at 125:h St. to rec-iv* pa«'-nS l^*
t»n minutes after leavinc tiran.l Central S'atton.
All southbound trains, except the "20th Century" ana
the "£ni?ir« State Bxpreaa," and Nf>s. 3C and •* WJH
• top at 123 th St. t«n minutes heCort their arftvin; «a»«
at Orand Central Station.
19 in A. M.— •.IIIDNIGHT EXPRESS. Due Attany
\C.\\J A M &5O A M
7 54 A. M.— •SYRACLriE LOCAL. Stops at aH >m
• '^^ port«nt s'utionj.
BQf| A. M.— IJIPIKX STATE KXFF M.-««
■>^ v - famou» train In tk« world. Due Buffalo ♦ ♦•*•
Niagara F«Ks 5.48 P M -_
8 AC. A. M-TAST VZAIT. 24 bnur<t M Chtrag->.
0.-TO Dn* Buffalo T I<V X.«»v Falls ft.f'7.
1 n *3fi A. M — tDAT EXPRESS. Makes -al »tot-
I U.OU x>ue Buffalo 1 IS A. M.
1 1 30 -' - M— tRLTLAND EXPRESS. ■ ■ P-utlani
I I .OU 7.55 P jj
19 Rfi P M-—M -— •"BUFFALO LIMITED. «•» ■■■■*• It
I t.JU P M . NUgara Falls 11. M P. M.
1 CIH **• .— •SOrTHWESTT-:RN' UJKT^D TnMm
<v/u .-innati 10.3f>. Indlar.apoli* 11.3<> A. M.. *'
Loula &4SP. M. a«rl day.
1 nn **- M.— 'CHICAGO LIMITED 24 hoars t-> 011
1 uu cago via Lake Shore. MS via M. C. .„__, „
O 4.*; P. M.— "THE 20TII CENTURY LIMITED
t-.-r+j 20 hour train to Chicago via, Lake a»»*i Elec
tric light* and far*.
3QO P- M.— ULnAXT and TROT fX.T! L T-i*
■ ow Albany 6.4f>. Tr>-v 7.00 P M
O OC P M.— 'ALBANY AND THOY EXPRESS. Vi*-
JiJj ca i (t«pe «.
LOH p - M.— •DETROIT. GRAND RAVXM ANT»
1-.UU Chicago SPECIAU
r^ Of) P. M.— 'LAKE SHORE LIMITED. 3* hoir
\J.>J\J train to Chli-as". A!! Pullman Cars. Dv«
Cleveland 7.2 T. A M.. Clncinnnti l.W>. IrHUn
aDolls 3 10. CnlcaßO 4.30. St. Louis »45 P. M
R fin p"m.— ; WESTERN EXPRKS3. 2S hours t»
D.UU Chicago via both S. and MC. _
6 OK r. M — •MONTREAL EXPRESS via D. & TT
•OJ vr Rutland. „ .
7 Of) J*. M— »ADIP.ONDACK AN: MONTREAL
' twU EXPRESS. _ .
Bnn p M-— •BUFFALO ANT> TORONTO SrECTAr.
.UU Due Buffalo 7.25 A M.. Niagara Falls 5.4...
Toronto 10 v> A. m.
91C P. M.— •SPECTAL MAIL LIMITED. 3Hiip»l«
•• ** ar only for Rochester.
9 Of! P M.— «SOT;THWESTKP.N SPECIAL. Due Cln
•^'J clnnatt .V.. Inrflanapolia 10.1 P. M.. St. Louis
7.30 second mnrr.lr.g.
9On P M.-'PACmr EXPRE??. rb»<-a«r> --< hour»
.OU hy Michigan f'er.tral. 33 hour^ br T-a\» Shore
11On P- M.— 'CHICAGO THEATRE TRAIN <"»r»
I I .OU Vincent. Ogdensburg. BuiTalo- Detroit an-J
Ckk
•Daily. tExcer.t SundaT Ticepf Vnr.dav.
h\i«i BRASCa
».O8 A. M. and 3.M P. 3*. dai!v. except Stin^iay. to Pitts
field and North Adams. Sunday, at C«.2i> A. 31.
Pullman cars en all through trainy.
Trains i!luminar»d with Plnt>-.-ii litrM.
Ticket ofTlres at 187. 2fil. 415 and VZir, Rroadwuy. 2fl
Union Pc %Vest. 27.* Cohimbu.i Aye.. 1"." W»«t l2T»th S;..
Grand Central Btatl 12T>th St station and l^ih St. rta
tlon. New York: 338 ar. i 720 Fulton St. a:«I lvi Erca*:
wav. F. D.. Breoa _
Telephone '900 39th Street" for New Tnrk C«-rtra! CSh
Service. Baggage checked from hotel or realdece 07
Westcott Express Company.
New York Central Route
NEW YORK. EOSTON
AND NEW ENGLAND
Vi PpringfVld and the
. BOSTOX A.YD AMIAM" H lII.ROAD.
(New Tort Central A Hudson River R. R.. lessee.*
Trains lear<» Grand Central Station. Fourth Av*ntie an-?
42'! Street. New York, as follows:
t»<*> A M *12.0i> no«T.. **i>o P M.. *11.W T*. II.: ar
rive ■ton 3.30 P. M.. 5.40 P. M.. TUW> P. M . fi.tr, A. M.
I>>4-. ■■> Bostor. ■:■•••• A. M.. i12.0«> noon. •» '»• P. M.
•1100 P M. ■ mrttrt New V ri 3.3t> I*. 11.. 0.40 P. M..
10-Ort p. M-. • 14 A M.
Tickets at New York Central ticket offices. 41." ar.d !215
1 Broadway and at Grai I Central Station
A. H. SMITH. GEORGE H. DAJCIEUB.
General Superintendent. General Pass"ns;*r Asjea*.
WEST SHORE
RAILROAD.
(New York Central & Ku<&on River R. R.. I,e««e».>
Trains leave Franklin St. station New 'iork. a' to. lows,
■ and 15 mm. lat»r fcot of West I2ii St.. N. R.:
•7.10 A. M.— For intermediate points to Albany.
tll.2t>A. M. — (1> Saratoga and Mohavrk Express.
•1 00 P. M. — f icago Express.
•2 2." P. M.— Cbnt. Lim. for Detroit. Chi. & St. I^riuis.
■»3.45 P M. — *2> For Hadson River points ant! Albar.y.
•i; te P. M. For Roch.. Bulfa Cleveland and Chicago.
t7.4." P. M. — For Roch., Buffalo. Detroit and Louis
•v. 1." P. M.— For 3yrs Roch.. Niagara Falls. l>»t. & Ch!.
•Daily. +Dail>- except Sunday. Lt-aves Urooklyn Annex:
(1) at t1«.48 A. M.. (2> at T2.45 P. M. Leav-i .T-~»y • ity.
' P. R. R. Sta.: (1) at il.i 1 . 2* A. M.. <2> at fXS r. J.. lin»
tables at principal hotels and offices. Haggle checker
from hotel -^idence by Weateott E?^ IRKKT
General Superintendent. General Pa^- Ag-rtt.
READING SYSTEM
MEW JERSEY CENTRAL R. I?.
Liberty Stre-e-t and «onth Ferry (time fr^m South
Kerry nve minutes earlier than shown beU>»»
EISTOV. nETIILEHK.M. AI.I.K\ N \M'
jl.llt'M CHI.XK— z4.u> (7.15 Kaston un!y>. :I.loa. ro^.
1.20. 4.40. S.OO <5.45 I^iston only> p. m. Sundays. !!4._.
\\ II M>IIUIIII \M> MKumuMitM » i»
L\KKAioon. nixKKnm-i.n ixKKnm-i. roWsi'iTJMi .-isi
II Vlt\ VT z\ 'Ht l».4<> a. m.. l.«i> >«».4't. xt.iu !>»*■
wood and Lakehurst' only). 5.0W p. m. Sundays. UM/O
\TI."\\TIC ClTV— tft4o a. m.. p. m.
VI.\ELA-\O AMJ BniDGETOJt— tsl«O a. n... fl.a>
1, , HKAXH. I'LKASA>T I'AKK. «M I-'. *>
POHT9-41.W bV80! IUI a- r.i.. 4.4... ...;;i>. «..^> p. m.
'undavo* exrer.l Vhtan lirov. ».'*> » m.. 4t»»p. m.
"{<i "*i* ">'••>. moi>. tti.«» a. m.. ,12...... •tm,
11 .-.<>' t*jb».' •:••"«• »4..J... -5.U0. f»:.W». +7.30. i!'.«»p. m..
3t£a2& OIESTMT FTTRECTS- M .25. •*». -l*^.
•ll.au a. m.. •! '"•- t»j. 4t( . • j .«h». I.!**. „<—. r m..
RF»DI\V. »I\KHI-*III I'OTTSVII.S.F. \\l>
WIUJAJIW I r.nlv. »!!»•». (lift Ti«« r . m
-
Reading. Pottsville and Harrisburg onl>. U.rt». tX«O
s4\dv hook Rom From foot nf Rector sr r »et.
"l-ier S Vtlanti-- Highlands. Seabright. Monmoutti Beach.
aTd Fa--"t I^ng Branch. 10.00 a. m.. 4»> p. m.
zFroir Liberty Street only. »L>aily tOailv. . xr. rt Sun
day. pSundaj onl: IParlor cars only. ! : Via Tar-.aqua.
Xi Onlr-"' S ijberty St. Ferry. South Kerry. I, Art or H«M£
„— ' '■„:; 4;,, ir?i»> 1354 Pr..if,r\v.-i5. ls^ nth We.. 25
I niori , Square' West! 153 Kju»t 125 th ;ft.. 273 ReM 13rh
St ?45 Ay e .. New Tort: 4 Cewl Si . ."U. S»
Fulton Pt Brooklyn : :«•► Hroa-Jway. Wllliamsbiirs. N-w
Torlc Transfer C<j. calls for and checks Imssas* to d*»-
W°a BBStix. cm r.t-RT.
Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr. Gen. I'aasT Agt.
KOYAL BUE LINE.
>K\V JERSEY 1 E>TItAI. R K. . »r»»:i.-
PIIIA A>U KKADIM* RT. and UA?.-
TIMOHr: AM» OHIO K. n.
Ueai • S->uth F^rr>. IJl^rtv St.-f»n-T.
BUTO.-W \SHIM.TON
UXI IO -\\ \«-HI\«.TO> *
tl\l Tl -» \-IMN. !..>-.
hllto-M \mii>.. 1 <.%
S^^ViffiW.To:,-:: $$£ ?Si
H\l TO-V. \sHIN..l.^
Fuit^t -° »S*lyn: &• Rroad»ay. Wllliamsbnr;. N-*
I!.LTiUIf Co. calls for and check, bassag, , o d-«
tln»tion. .
BALTIMORE & GHIO RAILROAD
L--*- « Itasr TTrt City. South Ferry, l^titr
dTTt-axtN F*tts.b»rsi »li 10 nt. -U..-'. nt.
lli.ltliu «Jolun»i»a»....*l2.ssptn. • l.uuptn. Elner.
HlttVbarir Cleveland..' 3 »?m. • » 4ti C m. Llrotd
-Fitt»bi?K Limited".* .» «J.s3pm- • 7.».*r0. EuS«
Cincinnati. !*«- Lotti>. .M 2.10 nt "12.1S nt. S'.eep-r
mc u»t St. JLoal»..*lt>23am. •l«>3oam. Dtn«r.
Korfo^k ... • ♦12.55pm. t l.OOpic Diner.
* 'Dally* tbatiy. except ■— liM> ISunday only.
nfn-iv 113 261 43*. 1300 Broadwi « Aster Hoi,*».
25^".; IquarV V. 3»! «ran ' «-. N T.: 543 rulios.
« mooklyn: South Ferry and Liberty St. Ba«3*
checked from hotel or reatdenc* to destination.
LEHIGH valley.
Foot of West 23d A . Cortlandt aad Deabrosses Street* B
Di'.i v. t Eitepi Sooday. .Sunday ckaa*ss: cVt Vt. iil.'«.
e7OO. nS.S- s«is. H.II - -; - _^_
~ lt n y .alv s r •
Bn2»!o Local *■• M a ■ *e7.10 » ■
Maucb Chunk Ktpress '. | t> 23 a■! +»;«**
■LACK DIAMOKD EXPRESS •10.3 » B( 10 30 % ■
Maaeh Chuok and Uazleu>D Local T'SIP r *,*dliso r »
vrUlie»-Barre aiiil Scraaton txpress. t3.35 m *4.10 r»
ijMtuii +5.10 r»> •H.3>»-«
Chicago and T»r..m i . Vrstlbuie Eipress *nJ <0 r»i -jSaJ p M
TEI BUFFALO THATsT '
" Tleaets and Puilnian *ecummod»tlon» at l«:. «l. £•'. 58.83. aal
11">4 BroadwaT, W 3ta A¥e.,» I'nlon Moare West. iv> Odlbiiiwm
Are N.T.. HtO Fulton St.. 4 Conn 9c . 3!*' Hruadwsy «Brt F' r'uiroo
Bt,Brookijn. T. Transfer caii lar aaa be«s— a.
Steamboat*.
HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT.
FIR.ST TKIP. MAT 1-TH
MORNING BOAT FOR WEST POINT.
NKWU' R'WI AND POTOHKKEWnt
Hudson Itlvcr Mcamtr MVK> I'OAVEU.
Cemtnenclnr Monday. May Wt.l. PaUr idund*r» ex
ceptedt. Leaving N»w Voik. De?hros»es bt. 5:40 A. M :
W 25.1 *l OeOO 12S»th St. 920. Ton««r» * W- landing at
wi«t I'nint Newburth and p->s.eepe»«. K*i'jroiiu l«*v»
Po-keepste 1-20 P. M.. reaching IZHXh 9U s:l* -£M S'.. .
E-SO f>e*br.>««. fit. «<W P. M. Mor: . and af'eraowr
ilJtiam On an.! afttr May 2»th MART POWEU. will
resume her rtgular r njte. lcarirg Itsej Tnrk S:ls P. il.
do iim ■■■ ■■■■■ urn TOIiK - and »Al^
B4VT" corr.n«inr» regular rtipe SSay 2Sth from New
York. May 28th. from Aibany
CATSK3LL BWISSSO3T& SMBASSEE
POAT3 I'sve Pier a N R, *»enr wttk-O&j. >T.k
tity steady, 275: Australian. In Lcndw. •»»>'. St* •*
TuiJ>«-nt!ne— Splrtto »?e»ly. 42s «fcl. Xiostn — Coir.nsoa r.rm.
J» tM. Petroleum— Uuteed «eai}r. *V»d. Lln«e-". '■!!.
dull. 24« Zi. Ci>«or_«e<i oil — Hull r«aa«d. *rot. Ms»
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