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THE MARKETS
New York. July S. 1808.
CASH QUOTATIONS.
... i ♦*- £16 STH Irciu 80, No 2 soft .sl6 73
-on. Nor. » 1 My - S 2l«> MoiaW. OK. prime 40
r*p< r»H» ,■■««■ 12 TO Exchange lead 4«
«l»ccrp«. Jneow- 273^ sugar. eranulated . . . . 6.40
jr. •;• ; "Ill" 4 *t~
GENERAL MARKET REPORTS.
The following are the tola! net receipts of cotton
»t all ports since September 1:
Bales. I Bales.
T ' 2 *."••' Brunswick 186... 1
Gslv" I ™. • -'.: Pen Tcwnsend .... 101.577
KfOrlW 523T50 1 Pensacola 169.255
JJf* lle . - ' '"i vti ! Portland. Ore l.flftn
Sj^nnaji *„'sn i Port Arthur and «a
a>«rf««ton SStt | bine Fa*c lOS.POO
S'.nS Jacksan-rllle B.P <9
>-^,""L. ;. i£a?le Pm* Tcx.... 20S
B»ri!tsr- S 4,15>iEl Paso. Tex 250
New Tl ™ 14 111 m: Laredo. Tex 062
•Ne«-. :::: Mincir por " 6tßOtt
iS ! l^"ci a 3co':::: «:•« tow 5.««.44S
Comparative cotton statement for the week ended
Friday. Jul-v 3. »*:
N»t receipts at all United States ports during
y^e^p'i r t« «t s,IV United 'gtates ports' sarao week is^i
Tstt? SS» 'since "September - i*. ;.V.*.'.". .■■.e.aj.^w
2v| t ,; rX^jts to same date !a.« year... »,.73.4"S
rt , „' the »-ek ... 33.6-2
giorts for tame week last rear 14..M0
erport* saaae date last vtar 8,214.4>«
Fteek Et ail Vnited State* ports.. 253.472
Stock si »11 United States ports same tim» last
-. - ...........-.-...-..•.•-..--.•-••..•*.•-• f»23,010
mack at ah interior towns 166.572
crpcfc et an ictcrtor t<»»ng. Fame time last year 155. 420
fitsc* »; IJ'v'^rpoo; same time last year 1.092,(X>0
Ptncit of ABsarfeaa afloat f«r Great Britain same
t£eUet rwr . 60.000
GRAIN — Th* V"w r«rh Produce Exchar.pe iru
fcif«cd sll cay t<»-day. »hil« Chicago and Western mar
i«tt nmn'.nii open rntil noon, or 1 o'clock. New York
time There was- very litUe trading on the local curb.
Operations w»re confired to the S(;-n>nil<r option. That
nion'h *t»rte<l at Ssc «r ?4C under last night and eased
'urtftcr to J*4i»c under Door Liverpool and Budapest
cab!<"« predictions of clearing -weather West, favorable
lore'rn crcp acioucts and commission house selling.
lAter there ■"■■- an upturn of **c on less favorable do
e§ t' i crop tslk. bulliah 'Modern sillier.'" srood support
of July •' 'he '■'■ •-• ■' by Armour brokers, strong North-
ttatiftlcs, and - ' ngth of eoajiee pram. but evening-
Zt, operation* reer 1 o'clock caire*d a setback and the
[*» ' 'ioc* -was !>-"» l *c. or He net lower. Nothing was
See .- the local corn market, nor In cash grain or pro
visloris-
CHICAGO -TRICES.
Yest^r
wtm' Open. Hieh. Low Close. day.
JuK "' ■■■ *& 73 » "^ S '' :i * MV
,B, BB S >rE: .... n% 0% 21 72% 70?4
'Swmber :::::: 11 % 72> 70}« 71% 1%
01% W* 61% 01 »»
„??*■ . 47--i m% tnt 47-* 47
XT^y-her . .. 40*s 41 S 4"'-* 40"% 4'">'-,
fg£ .:..... 43U 44% 4o* tt€ *8^
' Jg*'' $932 5955 $932 59 S5 $9 25
■££emr«r . --4" Vm 940 947 » S<
-?** : *= 50 867 860 8?7 840
gejUier 662 BIS fc 62 75 865
, HODH 0D " k; II S2 15 30 14 82 If 30 14 SO
MET VIS — TIN advanced in both th« home and Lon
firmßiarkets to-d»y. the forelpn (rain amounting to fl.
tMt cloeiag at *125 and futures at i 126 be Local
S£L «ntd -'F- points, closing at 27 25 S 27.5<-o. COP
feV^a^^^ow^t u-- .hanged at EM ll's 6d
far M.-T : -d 2e 6.1 lower «t ir.7 5* for futures The
fj.,- *na 12 25^12 87^c for casting. LEA I> firmed
tn: , 1 £1" «•• Sd for = r .nt in London but was unchanged
«4."Ce4 47v.c ... rally SPELTER declined 7i i «1
"v. , p " to ilO -''S. and was unchanged here at 4-4o
jV c a riVvla^d warrants were unchanged at Ms Set
TROY—The" New York market also ruled quiet and
«rehanre<3 with No 2 foundry Northern quoted at
tfs-?SSui25. K<M!4ay or. the Produce Exchange.
ThXr»f?-e i« rie irnn certificate market
MOUSES AND gnOIS- Th« passing business
w «rV"i:pht, but this is incidental loth, summer
and especially to a week end market, and that
!sfbe£n a general holiday. The market, however.
i.. madv in tf>n» with prices well supported, as
es/ri'"/ vVre rather light. Quotations follow: MO
?lVcf«— \r«- Orleans centrifugal, common. 15ffl9c;
r?^ io^'V- twd 22ff?2rtc; prime, 2S@3i''c. New Or
1 12, SYRUPS- Common. l»«
17c" fa^^Vs^-.Vood. 19.ff22c; prime. 21@25c;
fa^Vl» eras a holiday In the cottonseed oil
"", £ft£a petroleum continues In steady demand
ef Mehang^ rrires. Unseed oil M also unchanged.
W»oV'e PETKnLEUM, standard white, bbla. B We;
S^ V- Philadelphia S.7<V; bulk. 4.« c; refined, cases.
xet'y^k wXi Phi adeJpWt, l0.&&c; water white. New
yrt Wi l«Tf ' tJulk, 7c; Philadelphia. 10.7f>0; n bulk.
Iffic' wa^r whVe. «s?e. New Tork. 12.90 c; Phnadel-
V%L' S«S UZSEEED OII^-American feed, city raw.
uii'Jr Wt-erf-t£.wn raw. 4H®-S*c; Calcutta raw. fOe
BK&^h«* S Mrkrt *-' firm and active here as well
ai atpr=marv points. Quotations follow: Screenings,
&f*e?*2rttaah-. 4^i^4\c; fair. BCS^c: good orJJ
iarf. sH'gs^c; prime, r.-*^«^r: choice. «•« 6 & . c-
Pitcs, forelpn b%e«%c; Rangoon and Basseln. 4\
*tcCAR— market for refined sugar was steady to
trm v.i-.h prices well maintained, and the Federal and
U-arner reflaeri« Quoting f«r granulated 5.40 c net. lees
I t*r oent cash and other renners are. still naming
JSu- as their sellißS ba£ie. The following are list
VTics subject to £ rebate of 10 points and a discount
cf 1 f»r c*m for cash, seven days: Crystal dominos.
?75r- Eaei« tablets. 7.70 c; cut loaf. 6-20 c; crushed.
eiOc; mould A. 57.V: cubes, 5 65c; XXXX powdered.
tZitC Eig'e r- Th bajes powdered and Eagle confec
tioners* granulated. fi«sc; powdered, coarse powjerea
and fruit powdered and Eaele coarse and extra tins
{TS-nuiatel 5.80 c: Eaple 2 n> cartons of fine granu
lated, CtiOc: 1 It) bags do. .'-70 c; »«j» bags tW--^«sc:
S » t-Bfs do. t,r,nr, 10 n, bsgs do. 5 c.sc: 29 and SO Ib
bfcps J<> 5 4> ; Eag> fine or standard granulated anl
diamond A, Ji-af'c: cenfectioners' A, 6.19 c; No 1. 6 20.-;
Kos 2 and 3 f..15r; No 4. 5.10 c; No 5. 5.05 c; No 6. ic:
No 7 4 95c- N" 8, 4 3f'c; Ixo fi. i 85c: No 10. 4 isc; >o
II 4 70c No 12 4 C'-'C: No IS,- 4.60 c: Nos 14. 18 and I*s.
455 c The local market for raw sugar ruled firm, with
buyers and t-l!ers apparently waiting for the develop-
D'-ntE Df next week. Some sugsr was offered at 4 -i: 1 -.
tei:e M t«>FT. ar,d duty paid ratf=s mre thus quoted:
Centrifugal. !>fl t«rt. 4"?'g4.42c; muscovado, £9 test.
* S9g S Si2c. and molasses sugar. £9 test, 3 6453.67 C.
The London market fir beet FUear was %id higher.
■»■:•.•: Ja!y and August quoted at Us M
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New rork. July 3. 1903.
BEAN* *\D TEIS — Rcrelpts to-day. 6S bags beans.
The wummet Laura, In from Trieste yesterday, brought
6,750 bass beans and SSX hags arrived from Liverpool
via f<rain'"- Caronia The situation regarding botii
OsmccUc «.nd foreign beans is verr much th« came
as reported of late The movement is not largo, but
6 generally steady holding of the finer grades. T\e
C.UO7*- BE4.NP — Marrow, choice, per bushel. f 2 .-,;. a
$:40; dn common to good, $2 10<g$2 30; do medium.
choi' I*.1 *. (2 £P.«?t2 4«; do common U good. $2 10 3 *-• ;•*■■'_;
to pea. choice E243053 7O; do common to good, $2 15
£5. >■ da ImporteS marrow, $2 15<?S2 -"■■ do pea,
caoice, 12i5gJ200; do common to good, 12 ""6 *2 .'«.
do mefiiurr. •vhoice %'l lt>; do common to good. $1 •••''■;
■ 12 10: do white kidney, choice. $2 35352 40; do common
te food. 8255230: do i-e<l kidney, choice, cry. 5180^
$IS.V do common to *<->od, $1 50@$l So; do blacK
turUe sour, choice. $1 7OQSI 80; do yellow eye. choice,
$2 75: d«? Jima. California, choice, S3 40. Pi-Ao-
Scctch. bare, per bushel. $- 65.
BITTER— RewirTs m-day. 7.161 ■*»■ No one
. «xj>eritd very large trading to-day; inde«d. a good
cany of the bouses are arranging to close up their
business early in order to extend the holiday as tar
as possible Most f>f the jobbers supplied their wan's
previously and th<?r° ere «^ry few outside buyers on
the market T v e feeling fx=cmed to be steady to firm
'■2 fancy crfam<ry, and 22\c is en inside quotation
;; O r tpftc'ialK Occasional salts of high scoring lots are
reported at 2Sr. especially good Fired lines suitable
for storage Extras ere going mainly at 22J»c. but
t-htrp ii an smple supply of thes» T':' ft and seconds
•re mere plentiful and there are indications of a
MdcaiM oi values A number at the creameries in
tfurir-f the Utter part '•: th« week have shown some
hot weaih*r -iefect* and these are passing out of the
trade lr which U*e» have sold ii»r»tofore. State dairy
Is v«ry <3>u;*t only a •a buyers care to handle these
Mas* at this f*a*son of the year, and the price has
io be attractive Factory is also slow and there has
>"• eirae call for the choicest lots. Bay. at IB 3*3 * @
IS 1 *":, but Inrre&tlng tuppUes -jf seconds make it wary
Ciffltult to c*t over ]Si,o for these. Packing stock
It e!r>»- irad w^kfr- No I stock '-■ffering generally at
»*«, sr.d for N« 2 grade, lfrc is n'.w outflde. Sot
such pro-ess ratter coming this way, and very little
»»Et<wl- it Is too high in propor«lon to other gooes.
*'eguo«e: Creamery." epecials. p«r lb. 22* i€: «Jo extras.
52*tc; <Jo Cms 21Hc: d<? fceconds. SOU « Ie; do thirds.
:Sg2"c; R*U <".airv, tubs, finest. 22c . d« '■'■ r<i to
tfcoice. 30V ffS} He: do common to fair, 18g20c; pro
rest, rj^cjg]? r #t- jh 2iij.o; <jo «>itraE. ?lc; do firsts.
H^Wc; : C* eTconCe, I"<fl ß c: do thirds. - I* 1 '/'
Western, baittttoa creamrrr. firsts. 86©21 c; Western,
ftrtor;- <<i«tF l^ijr' do Fpronds. lS»,s !g ■ ■•■ : do thirds,
17ijgi%-; racking st«ck. No 1. l^Hc: do No 2. 18c;
!
CHEESl>l'Recelpts to.-day, 2.718 l"i« Exports to
E"«t>r-s fcr the -»f*k. 2,613 boxes The market Is clos
' aj( tn a <3*-p:dP^!\- «»ak en-f lettled state. Weather
*«tlttif-« het, receipts have been very liberal, -and with
• «low Trade th*r* is a large accumulation, and pricfS
them' a further decline of \c to-^iay. making a decline
*le fluricK th» wetk <53 rif-erly all rrad^. Fxport <ie-
■ 8 *53 1* a factor of v*ry "iltt'e important, though one "r
'*o fh'.ppprs ba«« shown a lltMe Interest in fine cheese
«■! ha ■ taker, a ftw email sample lots, said to have
"**a ,• fiji] piloea. OtSerwite export dr-mand has beta
lhe)t*« to a few Fmsl! lo's of rS>eap cheese. Liverpool
e*M* Finest Csj-adi«i'. ne^'- { * fts iOT rrjlr>re <* j'rfl s "s" s toT
"hitt v,v Qt»t«: New— State, full cream, specials,
s!Wg!2\ri-: (jr. tn-all oolorad or -white, fancy, lie: do
i*I r *' I**CJ do rood to i-ritn*. o%@3oVi<-; do common.
tfSitt, d, £ k!r"6 I^Jt lb £r^«cla!s. i'ir; iio flrse. W3
"«c; £0 fair to foot. SQSIse; do common. i\<g2\r; do
• a *l fkim*. Killer. Noa — The classification of tpeclals
Jgte VsliHt. Your.tr Americas, etc
SGGS— r^r^jpts to-day, 7.69!» cases. Receipts «r«
"ftt &t U& ,j Ott A^4 there is some t-hortag* of strictly
«haioc to fancy qustiltlcs for which the mark't c!os<-»
-f* »ith tbt leadencT sJlgtitfr in sellers' favor. M*
«ltt* mi |o««r frrai're nre clea-ifni? up fairly w*<l. but
*}ywT lrr*Fu!er frif** and thcr* Is no improvement tot
••st Ntarby coods :n modTtrate euj.pl)- and of very
wcular qusilty; fair demand for fancy poods, and *u"h
«*«isiEßHy M f f *, quoutiors in a email way. vi«
s.^'* : ct »'*- r-mr.pylveiiia an^ neorby. F*-!*vt<?d. white.
W* S^ate: 4o r,rtme 10 cr.oi'*, 2<««22c : do brown »nd
!l . fllr 9' T * i «« Pfl^" 'o oh«lr*.' 20521 c; do fair '■-.
! ■ ■
*"««{■« j fl ir.», 17 J -Sl»'- <lo fair to Js»*wl. MnOI'«J <5n
Jr?* 1 * ltfil»sr <offi<i»! «>iotatl/>n for ri-sts, 17«ri74r).
►*r i. ~ W »et «re pr«f.w for sal- at
,J?^ pravtaoa prl . fc--.utliern I^» Conte pear* ere of
to?, : r ' 11 *! 1 '? and valuf few rood *noi!fcls to fx^^ed
»'(v *" Vl fffif* i!i heavy supply, but trade faiily
fciiiV. tr<i P" fl «» *t'«/ly; a fee- rf-xtra fancy t^r^utht a
•ta premium r h*rrie* jibout j-tra/iy. Currants and
*rj"r W * «*■""»!!>■ v.^ll eu»ta n txrept blarkberrle*.
«eel»r «««rte»;. aM hu-kl^bsrri'-f, m-fiirh show some
Smhl; CWlfanUs muskmelons doins a H"!« b^ttfr:
In* JTP. " ri t^p.'ost'3 Wett-nrfions In moderate -.-mar-3
w° further crAng-^, We <juste: APPLES, oM.
p5 £li * l C$2»-». 4f fiwuthfrn. new. per hbl. $lC'f2; d^
tiku^Cx.*?™ 3 *** 1 - «"«J*l; PEAR?. I* Cent*. r*r fcbl,
Ptotti^ EACHES . Soutlrfrn. T"r crai#-. ¥10 i\ 75; H/JMS,
s^S^U^. t.q*fa-it .q*fa-i si«3?i7.v «:hi:rriks. »wt, per
*•$&?"*?• #Vl * 1 *; <■•<• *our. taStte; dv tweet, per »..
rITL-^0 *jur. sfjsc; M'KRANTS. per quart. OS** 1 ;
7" ■•. SC-ec, emuWB£RKiE6, Western New Tcrk.
K^R^m? l^ 3LACKBERRJSB. per quart. 4S7c;
i>Vi J~ MEI y UI T?i per quart - <Sl2c: GOOSEBERRIES,
au,^ &&£ 5** 1 *' 1 : r * r quart. Kujllc, <!o large, me
dium »«i<k?; do email to medium. 5S7c: MUSK MELONS.
wItJ-bu^iV^ 60c6J1 12. do California, Jl©s2;
"ATLR MELON t. per carload. $15(vg$30rt: do per 100,
SM[*os; PINEAPPLES. Florida, per crate. 7.V »*2 ;*.'
: "mow 1 * WeetSfiU; do Porto £«?V«i«3is.
HOIS — Scarcely any trading either locally in this
state "7 on the Pacific Coast, and prices little more than
nominal Crop prospects in this state are not quite *o
fav<-.rat>lo owing to a want of rain, but condition* con
tinue favorable on the Pacific Coast. We quota: State,
£3.!' n 5 * urn to cholea, per lt>, 4g£c; do Pacific Coast.
Pi 0 : ,^, rman *' IWT> prlm « to choke, per ft. 24©27 c;
cii.e ii.- Ot . K i:-, per ">• SSCc; do Pacific Coast. 3®sc
H.« AM* STRAW— the exception of No 1 and
prime large baled hay. the market continues In a very
unsatisfactory position, and. there is as yet no improve
ment In fight. Low grade hay is now working down to
a level where an export demand may be stimulated in the
near future, although this outlet Is by no means certain,
btraw rather dull. We quote: HAY, timothy, prime.
large bales, per 100 rt>. 85c; do No 1, S<»c, do No 2
to No 3, 65Q(0c; snipping. 60c; packlur. 86$j4So; clover
mixed, fancy. 70c, do No 2 to No 1. 6(Kg6sc; do
pure. 45€j*>c- STRAW, long: rye. Ns 2 to No 1. large
faJea per mo Ih. 70fi-75c; ci short and tangled rye.
t>(H]ssc; oat and wheat. 45660 c.
»"OCITBV— ALIVE — Some of Wednesday's receipts
ere being unloaded to-day, but all stock that arrived
after Wednesday -will be carried over until next week.
Fowls continue exceedingly dull and fully 12 carloads
unsold In Jobbers' hands In the market. Spring chickens
have cleaned up closely. Other descriptions of live poul
try in moderate proportion in the receipts and have
gradually worked out. We quote: SPRING CHICKENS.
P*r Ib, 20c, FOWLS, 12c; BOOSTERS, young and old.
<c; Tt*RKETS. prime. 13c; DUCKS. Western. 12c: do
Southern and Southwestern, lie: GEESE,; prime. West
ern. Sc; do poor ■Western, Southern and Southwestern. 7o;
GUINEA FOWLS, per pair. fiOc; PIGEONS, per pair, 25c.
POULTRY— DRESSED — Quite a few lots of fresh
Wiled poultry arrived to-day and some large lots due
have been delayed, and as the railroads will not deliver
to-morrow, some will probably have to lay in cars until
Monday. Trading exceedingly slow and feeling weak and
unsettled. Spring chickens have, cleaned up closely.
Long Island and other nearby spring ducks gradually
working out. Oth»r fresh unchanged. Frozen poultry
very quiet. We quote: — TURKEY?, hens and torn*.
average best, 13<217c: do co-nmon to fair. . 12@14c:
SPRING CHICKENS, broilers, Philadelphia, 8 to 4 Ib
to pair, per Ib, 2S@vtoc; do Pennsylvania. 28 l g26e; do
poor. 16g20c; Western. dry picked, average best. 20@
23c; do Maided, lS@2oc; do dry picked or scalded, poor.
I— Me; FOWLS, dry packed. Western, dry picked, fancy.
4 Tb and over, boxes, 13c. do 3 Ib and under, 12c; do 4
1b and over. bhls. 12c; do Southwestern, HV4@l2c; South
ern, average b<>st, lKgllHc; Western, dry picked, poor
tp fair. TOgllc: In praised, choice, llVsc; do poor to
fair, lO^lle. Other — COCKS, old. dry picked or
scalded. So; DUCKLINGS, Long Island and Eastern,
fprir!?. Isc; do state and Pennsylvania, 14c; SQUABS,
prime white, 10 Ib to dozen, per dozen. $3Q$3 25; do !»
Ib to doz«i .$2 75; do 8 Ib to dozen, $2 50; do 7 Ib to
dozen. $1 75(g.52; do G£6% IT. to dozen, 50; do rn!x«=>d.
$1 25. do dark, ?l<gsl 25. Frozen— BROILERS, milk fed.
dry picked, 21@22c; do 3 to i\.Tb average to pair. No 1.
19#20c; ROASTING CHICKENS, milk fed. dry picked,
fancy. 20©20.c; do softmeated 19@'20e; do average. No 1,
17@lSc; do scalded, 17@19c; CHICKENS, No 3, 12@13e;
DUCKS, No 1, 12®14c; do No 2. 10S.llc; GEESE. No 1,
10311 c; do No 2. 6®sc.
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— market for
potatoes opened unchanged, but hardened a little on
choice stock later in the day, a few fancy lots reach
ing *3; most sales in range of $2 25 © 52 75 Asparagus
cleaning up fairly: fancy stock a. shade firmer.
Cucumbers about steady lor prime stock; inferior lots
neglected. Lettuce neglected at low prices. Onions
without material change; trade, still slow at the easy
prices quoted. State peas a shade easier. String
bean? overplenty and offered at any reasonable bid
Jersey tomatoes scarce and higher: Southern show
little change. We quote: POTATOES. Southern. No
1 per bbl $2@S3: do No 2. 5150@5175; do culls,
75c£5125; SWEET POTATOES. Jersey, per basket.
$11192 25; ASPARAGUS, prime to fancy, per dozen
bunohes, $I&s2 50: do culls. ' 50©75e: BEETS, per
10(T bunchy. $I®sl7S: CARROTS, per 100 bunches.
$I®s3 50: do old. per bbl, $1 $1 25; do per bag. 50®
75c: CABBAGES, nearby, per 100. $2 sOfs4: do per
bbl, 60«? l*'"'c: CUCUMBERS, Maryland and Delaware,
per basket, $1@5125; do Southern, per basket. SO®
<!sc; do per bra $I@sl 75; do hothouse. p«r backet.
$I<2s2 25; CAULIFLOWERS, per bbl. ?I@s2 25; do per
basket, 75e@?l 25: CELERY, state, per dozen stalks.
20<a'40e: EGGPLANTS, Southern, per box, $l<3 sl 50;
GREEN CORN. Jersey, per 100. f.Ocig 1 ?! 50; do South
ern, per crate. $I@s2; KALE, per bbl, 25©50 c: LET
TUCE, per basket, 15@40o; do nearby, bbls. 40c5?51;
LIMA BEANS. Southern, per crate, $l<i??2: MUSH
ROOMS, cultivated, per Ib. J2@7sc: MINT, per 100
bunches r.oc@sl; ONIONS, Kentucky. . per bag. $1: do
Bermuda, per crate, 75@00c; do Egyptian, per bag,
£1 75S'$2; do Southern Potato, per basket, fiO^'Sc: do
Southern, per bbl, $1 75-952 25; <J-» Jersey, per basket,
50c@51: OKRA. per carrier. 75c#$l 50: PEPPERS.
Jersey, per box, Jiff sl7s: do Southern, per carrier,
75c<g~5123: PEAS. Western New York, per basket,
$1 2 >@sl 75; do bag. $I{TJI 75: do nearby, 75c<a?l 50:
ROMAINE. nearby, per bbl, 40 75 c; do basket. I".^
Ssc- RADISHES, p*r 100. 50ff75c; STRING BEANS.
per basket. 15@60e: do bag. 16@50c; SPINACH, per
bbl 50@75c; SQUASH, olcl. bbl of bbl crate, 75c@$l:
do 'new white, per bbl, 75cg5150; do new. yellow
crookneck, per bbl or bbl crate. 75cd5125; RUSSIA
TURNIPS, per bbl. 7f.c3?125; do white, per 100,
bunches >1«?$1 50; TOMATOES. Jersey, per box, $2 75
os 3 50; do Maryland and Delaware, per carrier. $I<3>
$175- do Norfolk, per carrier. 60c@$l 25; do far
Southern, per carrier. 75c 0 5150; do Mississippi, per
fiat case Es@6oc; WATERMELONS, per 100, ?I@sl 25.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New York. July 3, 1908.
BEEVES — Receipts were bH cars, or 1,587 head. In
cluding 31 cars to be exported alive. 41 cars consigned
direct to slaughterers and 14 for the market, making,
with the stale cattle. 8S cars on sale The market
was very slow, and steers lOigloc lower; real common
steers were not wanted, and hard to sell; bulls wera
ofT lOg from Wednesdays. early rales, with very
little demand st the decline; cows, 10Q>15c lower; some
sales 25c lower. Fully 10 cars of cattle unsold. Com
mon to clioice native steers sold at $4@s7 25 per 100
Ib; oxen au<3 »tags at $3 25®54: 5 bulls at $3@s4 25;
cows at Jl 50354 35 Dressed be<?f slow at 8^»12o
per Ib, for common to choice native Bides; Texas beef
at 6@9r Latest cables from Liverpool and London
q\ioted live cattle steady at l!!U<g14 1 per ib. dressed
weight: refrigerator beef lower at lUi:j?]l%c per IK
No exports from this port to-day; to-morrow, 300
cattle and 5.550 quarters of beef.
gales S Ganders: 15 Ohio steers. 1883 Ib average,
at J7 25 per 100 Ib; 16 do, 1312 Ib, at $6 70; 22 do,
1082 Ib at $4 45: 20 Pennsylvania do. 1182 Ib. at $« 50:
22 do "1112 lb at $«25: 1 do, UOO Ib. at $5 50; 23
do £95 Ib at $4 22 Michigan do. 1210 Ib. at $5 50;
i' Virginia do, lOS 4 Ib. at $5 IS: 25 Pennsylvania
bulls and Mags, 816 lh, at $2 f»0; 10 bulls. 1350 lb. at
$3 55 1 do. 1150 ib at IS; 25 cows. 1035 Ib, at $3 45.
Newton ft Co.: IS Virginia steers, 1232 Ib, at 15 75;
18 do, 1178 lb. at 7S; 2 oxen, 1265 Ib, at $4 2o; 2
SU jfcPherson & Co.:" 19 Kentucky steers. 1216 Ib. at
$6 50; 10 rio, 1174 Ib, at $6 50; -5 oxen. 1330 IK at
$4 30; fl bulls. 1410 Ib. at $4 50; 6 cows 1108 Ib at
$4 So 4 do, 1187 lb at $4; Ifl do, 1601 lb, at $3 50;
16 do 1002 'lb. at $3 40: 5 (Jo, 104* Ib at $2 : 85. _
.1 ihamberg & Son: 10 Virginia steers. I>is ft, at
$6<50; 10 do, 1205 Ib, at $5 50; 6 Pennsylvania do. 11.
lb '\ at H $5 Epptein: 25 distillery fed Kentucky steers
1«52 lb. at $4 60 25 do. 950 Ib, at t4 60: 23 do. 1008
{:, at $4 00; 1 distillery fed Kentucky bull. 1280 lb.
al Tobi = n'& Shannon: 1 bull. 1250 lb. at $4: 13 do, 77T
lb. at $3 35: 8 cows. 604 lb, at $1 75 , „ „. . A
J G Curtis & Son: 2 cows. 940 lb, at $3 65. 1 do.
SSo'lb'at $2: 2 do, 6<?5 lb. at $150.
CALVES— were 215 head, all for the mar
k.. making, with the stale calves. 424 on sale Prime
and choice veals were 25c higher; others steady. Or-
Jinary to choice veals sold at M9ST per 100 n, ; stale
buttermilks at (S2S«|S»Oj no fresh buttermilks
offered. City (iresr-ed veals firm at .1,011 He per Ib ;
country dressed slow at r,<aOc; dressed buttermilks at
69 alte^-J G Curtis & Son: 3? veals, 145 rb average.
"j^aWWaTi Co : 1 veal. 850 «,.«-; 17 do.
138 Tb at Si; 54 buttermilks, 146 Iti. at $2 90.
H H Hell!*- 88 veals. 18* Ib. at M; 60 buttermilks,
141 Wat $2 37H ; 30 do. 123 TK at *2 25
Undrew Mullen: 56 veals. 161 Tb. at $5 [5,
Toblo & Shannon 120 veals. 147 Ib, at $1: 2 do, 10.-,
n *f»HEEP AND LAMBS- Receipts were 16" cars, or
3 845 head, all for the market, malrlns. with the stale
ptock 21 "-» cars on Bale. Sheep steady: choice grades in
tetter demand and firm; prime and choice lambs 15®
toe hjeher; other grades dull and unchanged: a few
ears unsold. Wholes sheep fmainly wethers) sold at
$4 °s@}4 * r i per 100 Ib: common to choice lambs at
$4 50®$fi 85 Dressed mutton steady at 7«?9c per Ib ;
a little choice mutton at 9^4c: dressed lambs higher at
Bales — Tobln & Shannon: 222 Kentucky lambs. 77 Tb
average at $6 75 per 100 Ib : 225 do, 71 It), at $6 65;
'^41 do 71 Ib at $6 65: 239 do. 71 rb. at $8 50; 60 Ohio
Sheep '(wethers). 101 tb. at $4 65 Late yesterday:
477 Ohio she«>p (wither?', 92 lb. at $4 50.
Kerns Commission Company: 240 Kentucky lambs,
71 Ib st 60; 735 do. 6? lb, at 53; 73 Kentucky
sheep." 120 rh at $4 50: 104 do. 112 rb. at $4 87%: 6 do,
ir.r Tt.. at *■< IS
Newton A- Co : 124 west Virginia lam 60 Tb,
aS. Judd &■ Co.: 24"» Kentucky lamb-.. 67 R>. at^ss 50;
277 do. ''. tt). at $tSO "»"
Shippers' <~ommisf=ion Company: 249 Kentucky
lambs. 74 tt>. at 16 83 237 do. 70 Tb. at $885: 240 Jo.
«9 Ib at $6 SO; 3 Kentucky yearlings. TO Ih. at $4 25.
HOGS — Receipts were JO ear*, or 71.-, head. Includ
ing only a few head for the market. No sales te
port«?d. F<"*ling weak to Re higher. ,
OTHER MARKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago Ju!y 3.— BATTLE — Receipts, about 1,500 head;
market steady: »teere lAeOMSaT; caws. $3 6<i®Js 75;
heifers. $4 StV3?6 bulls 83SJ5 30: calves, $5 40«.«6 25.
stockers and feeders. *3 75@55 If HOGS — Receipts, about
!7f«Vi b^9-i market firm to 10e to 15c hither: choice
heavy shipping. *« «*»s« 70 : heavy, $8 05g$6 60; butchers',
f<;SSS7O light mixed. S62S&fA<O; choice light, $8 40£>
I<>W: parking. $5 25@«6 40; pirs. f46oess 75. SHEEP—
Receipts, 9 500 head: firm: sneep, $3 75@}4 40. lambs, $4
$7; y^arlinrs, f4 7.V^ss 70
■ • lonatl July 3. — HOGS — Active; butchers' and thip
<per?" $6 60; common. $sJ*t? CATTLE^ — Slow |M weak;
fair to good shippers" $5 4f'f3s6 50; common, f 2 6<^gs3 r,O
SHEEP Quiet; flow; $1 WXSI* 7" LAMBS— Active and
■troac; $4 ?s(^t« 60
East Buffalo July 3 C ATT -^Receipts. 250 head.
dull; prime ittieT| *7 25®57 85 VEALSr~ Receipts, 1,250
head, actlv* and *** higher; $5857- HOGS— Receipts,
6<K">o head: fairly active and r> low^r; heavy and mixed,
$6 80«?$6t«; Vork'rs. $6 25056 S5; pigs, *4 78'g$6 20.
SHEEP AND LAMBS— Receipts. I.KQO head, steady:
iambs active sfaeep *low; ews* $8 »>???S 75.
I'nlon fctoekyards. Plttsburg, July 3 — CATTLE —
Supply light, steady; choice, £7 25®$" 50; prime, $6 !*>
Cs72o SHEEP — Supply light, steady: prime wethers,
$4 2nnsi 25: rtiii* and common. $2 <f?s3 50; lambs,
$: 11 $ r . 25; v.al calves. $7-5 50 HOGS— Receipts
fair- slow; Iow«r; prime heavies, mediums and h*avy
Yorkers JO f,s@ $6 70; light Yorkers. $•'■ 40#M 50; pigs,
$s*oeSs'J'»; roucfis, $sSfr. 10
Kansas City. July I —CATTLE— Receipts. 12 ■• id,
Including 800 h^ad PoiTttwns. Market steady. ' tool' *
export and drr-sse<l r**f ttfers, |4 (Oosß fair to good. ID
046 25; Western ethers, J4 75© 57 25; etock^rs and ft-fdeis.
$3995 25; Houth^n steers. *S 25@$«; Southern cows. >29
$.17.'. native cowf 12 25iJ$4 .*>o; natlvr» heitf-Tf. $3GS6:
bull*. $2 4*9*4 SS; calves. $S9S9 HOGS Receipts. (f.oOB
bead, market 15ff25c higher; top. $(S3O; bulk if sales.
$'i I(>?f}6 2. r >; heavy, (&25Af6 80; packers and butchers',
$6 VvfittL .Vi light. $6»>sSsr<2.'i; pigs, $4 £03 5.1; 6HKEP
B«.(Ctpts. 500 bead, mark" IS«»c higher; lambf, M 009
f»". 25: ewee and yf«ri(ngf |IGOffS4S£; Texas yearlings.
?4<is4 75' Texas sh«-p. >.i.'-i-; ttocktrs «nd [eaters.
$2'7r.&s«fi«
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
Liverpool. July I —Closing— WHEAT— Spot No 2 r««,
r iern winter, eaty. 7s B4; No 1 California steady,
7;. 74; futures quiet; July, "it 21-ti*,2 1 -ti*, September, 7« 3d;
Dereinber, 7* 'id. CORN— Si-! steady; new American.
kiln dried, tit 2<i. old Air.'rlcsn, mixed, 6* 2A . futures
aulef July, '< 4Hd; Eept.,mh«r f,a 2 ! ,. i PEAS—Cana
dian steady 7- lOd FLDl.'H— Winter patf-nts quiet. 2i>».
jjOP^ In London ipj'i"' Coast) Me M <iv. fl I?.rfii2 8s
BKEF— Extra Ind!» in" 1 - Heady, 103s fM PORK —
Prime ir>*>ee. Western, et".»dy, 73s W. HAMS Short cut,
!4 to 16 n» strong, 6Ss. aACON-^Curaberland cut. 2fl to
SO fh etron?, 47p. short rib. lit to 34 Tb, strong, 4£«. lenf
ci»-«r middles, light. £S to 84 rb, yirong. 46», long: clear
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY -f. 1903.
middles, heavy. 85 to 40 Tb. Btrong. 43? «M: short clear
backs. 18 to 20 Ib. strong. 44s •«■ clear bellies. 14 to 16
It., stronp. 47» M. shoulders, square. 11 to 13 rb. strong.
83s 6d. LARD— Prime Western, in HMM, strong.
3d. American refined. In palls, strong. 408 <td. CHEr.SE
—Canadian llnwt white and colored, old firm. 6,,5, O»ni
dlan finest white, new, firm. 575; Canadian finest colored
new. firm. 695. TALI^W-Prlrn« city Bteady, 26s «d:
Australian (In London), firm. 31s 7Hd. TURPENTINE—.
Spirits strong. 31« ROSlN— Common firm. Ps l^d.
PETROLEUM— Refined quiet. 6itd. LINSEED OIL--
Firm. 2.'.?. COTTONSEED OlL— Hull, refined, spot, dull.
It*.
( ' r
THE PRINT CLOTH MARKET.
Fall River. Macs.. July S.— Sales in the print
cloth market for the "week are estimated at 75.000
pieces. There is, hardly any noticeable change
In the local cloth situation except that bidding
for goods in many canes Is a trifle below the mar
ket, but even at current prices manufacturers are
Blow sellers, some of them feeling that it would
r.<> more profitable to curtail than lose business
under present conditions.
Reports from the ; retail districts are 1o the
effect that stocks in this (section of the market
are low. Some renewed interest by buyers is
looked for after the holiday. The prices are: 2S
inch. 64 squares. 3*4 c; 2«-inch, 64x60, 3%c; Sc
inch, 64 squares, 4%c; 39-inch. 65x72, 5%c.
Excursions.
FOURTH OF JULY
Up the Picturesque Hudson.
To West Point, Kewburgh,
Pooglikeepsie and Return
BY SCPERB DAT LINE STEAMERS
"HENDRICK HUDSON," "NEWYORK."
"ALBANY/* AM) "MARY rOWEIX."
Leaving Desbrosses St 8:40, 40 A. M.. anJ
1 45 P. M ■ W. 42d St., 9:00. 10.00 A. M. and
2:00 P. M W. 129 th St., 9:20, 10:20 A. M. and
2-20 P M.' Returning, due W. 42d St.. 5:30 and
8:40 P. M. Orchestra on each boat. See Stmbt.
Advt.
THESE CKfiRMENG EXOyHSEOHS
MADE DAILY. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Patrons are advised that on July 4th there
will be more room on the second boat up and
the first down.
FOURTH OF JULY AFTERNOON EXC. -
TO WEST POINT
STEAMER MARY POV, ELL.
Leaving Desbroeses St. 1:4.V W. 42d St. 2.00,
W 129 th. 2:20 P. M Arriving West Point 5
P M where connection for New York Is made
with Day Line Steamer "HEXDRICK HUD
POX." Excursion fare. $1.00. Also choice when
buying tickets of return by any West Shore or
N. Y. Central train, or Cent. Hud. Etr., $1.10
Cadets in Camp. Public Buildings, etc.
Sunday Excursion
up THE Hudson
To West Point & Newburgh
Sir. Homer RamsdeH
Leaves foot FKiXKI.LV ST., 0.00 A.M.,
WEST 120 TH ST., O.SO A.M.
Return 1 mi. lea TefXEWBl KGHO.OyP.M.)
WEST POINT 7.00 P.M.
Round Trip, 90 Cents.
DINNER BEEVED ON BOARD.
ORANGE LAKE PARK, situated on
'■■■■-.: Oraage Leke. 0 miles west of Seivburgh,
has just been opened again for the summer. Tbis
Park has all attractions soil amusements, and is
connected with KewburgU by trolley, which
makes trips every 10 minute* — thus affording ex
cursionists tbe additional pleasure of a troll' y
ride tbroogb a most delightful part of the f»un
try. Excursion tickets from New York to Orange
Lake Park. SB 1.10. Tickets sold on steamer.
Spend the 4th
At the Seashore
KOCKAWAY BEACH
Trains l»ave K. V . F ?4th St. sta. rvia Ijrrg Island
(4 10 Hsmm»l or.ly), 6:39. 7:50. R:2O, 9:20, 10:10. 10:30.
Ift ?.O. 11:20 A. M, 12 20, 12 50. 1:40. 1:50. 2 20. 2:50.
S-40. 4:30 5 20, S:SO, n:SO, 6:40. 7:10, 8:00. 8:80, 0:O0.
0:>;O. 10 30. 12 00 P. M .— A 11:55
Leave Brooklyn (Fiatbi^h ays sta.i. B;04. 6 45. 7.20.
g26 905 92n 10:fKt. 10:26. 10:42. 11:13. 11:68 A M..
12:10 12:50 1 06. 1:36, 1:8*. 22ft. 2:55. S:l7. 3:45. 4:18,
4:47. 6:15, 5:30 5:47, 6:3^. <?:30. 7:05, 7:15. *:22. 8:40.
»:45, 10:42. 11 20. 12:11 P. M— A 11:59
MANHATTAN BEACH
Leave Long Island City, fi 3«. 7:52, » 30. 11:12 A. M.,
12 22. ! 22 J:2L 322. 4 22, 5:23. «:0,", T:ll, 8:0^ 0:22,
10 P. if.^-A 11-20.
LONG BEACH
Leav N. V . E. 34th St., 6:40, 7:00, 6:50, 10:50 A M .
1250. 1:50. 4:00, 5:00, 5 40. fi 80, R:00, 10:00 P. M.
Leave Brooklyn aye. Bta.). 5 54, 71R. 9:03.
11:08 A M., 1:00, 2:04. 4:17. fi:l2. 5:52, 6:41. 61S. 10:14
P. M— -A" 10:2 O.
"A ' I^ist ttain returning.
POPULAR
EXCURSIONS
TO-MORROW
LAKE HOPATCONU
ROUND TRIP TICKETS CHILDREN
gI.OO iSO CtS.
LEAVE W. 23d ST. 8.50: LIBERTY 6T. 9 A.M.
ATLANTIC CITY
BOUND TRIP TICKETS I CHILDREN
99.50 j $1.55
LV. W. 23d ST. 7.50: LIBERTY ST. 0.00 A.M.
RETURNING LV. ATLANTIC CITY 7.00 P.M.
FOURTH OF JULY
EJC C Ujk &IQM.
„ ~j To GLENWOOD
US) t Steamer ■•Orient" from Pier 8.
™ E. R., near Hanover 1- "L" Sta.,
at 9:30 A. M., and from foot 31st
£$■*» St . E. R.. at 10:00 A. M. Return-
Ssi2 ing leaves Glenwood at 5:00 P. M
■"'* on July 4th. and 4:30 P. M. on
Sunday. Stops at Great Neck on
SO'Jlla J E«.a^on SOC- Ticket.
SPECIAL SEA GUFF STEAMBOAT
The Fast Twin-Screw Steamer
SAGA IV9ORE
ON Jll.V 3D, 4TH. STH AND 6TH.
as follows:
Leave ft E. 31 »t St. Leave Sea Cliff
Friday July 3rd 1:30 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
Saturday July 4th 0:45 a. m. 7:00 p. m.
Sunday July nth . 0:45 a m. 7:00 p. m.
Sunday July sth -SO p. m.
Monday July 6th 8:00 a. m.
This service subject to change without notice
FARE 300. ONE WAV *(* ROUXI) TRIP
trW Lon g island Sound
UHDU/inU I EUC ■ On Mondays Str. CHESTER W.
NORW OH LNt . CHAPIN Ivs Pier 40. >'. R . ft.
Clarkson "t.. 10:00 a. m.; ft of East 22J st . 10:45
am' for New London, connecting there for Norwich,
Fishers Island. Stonington. Watch Hill, Narraco-nsett
FW Newport Providence, Boston, &c. For New
Haven and Bridgeport Line Service see regular adver
tisement. Folder on request. A. O. P. A., Pier 19,
N-. n . N. Y. i
OH JULY 4 AND SUNDAYS
EXGUHSiOU TO HEW HAVEN
Superb steamer RICHARD PECK will lenvs Pier 23,
East River. 9:30 A. M foot East 22-1 St . 10:00 A. M.;
due New Haven 2:30 P. M. Return due New York
545 P M Two hours In New Haven. Music, Restau
rant Lunch Counter. Tickets. $1.00; ChllJren. M cents.
This ovrursion und«r Fall River Linn management.
RED BAIUfK XjlZffE!.
Leaves Franklin St. Pier 24, N. R-, dally, 9 A. M . 3
P M • Pundaye. 0 A. M. only for Highlands, Rei Bunk.
etc Exe s"c. Trolley to Long Branch. Aebur^ Park.
Extra Boat leaves July 4 and 5, S:S«) A. M.
* PVERTISEMENTS and mbecrlptions for The Tribune
A. received' at th^lr Uptown Oftjca, No. IKC4 Broadway,
racaivaff a< tr 11 Uptown Offl' «. No WW Broadway,
between S6t»i and BTth ste . un«ll 0 o'clock p. m Adver
tl««mtnt* reealved at the following I ran'h ofTiees at
regular office rate* until 8 o'clock p. m , vis.:.S<s4 Bth
avu., a. (■ cor 23,1 it.; 153 •"" a"a . 1 ear. 12th .it : 92 East
I4th st.; 25" Wen 421 si . between 7th and Sth aye» ;
205 Weil l£fitl: »t . 1836 Sd «v? between t«th andf 77ih
et» • 202 J "'i nve . nfcar r,lct St.; 170* let ava., near 89th
»t. ; 157 Ea*t 32">th St.; lid Tremant »v«.; «60 3d ay«., or
any American District Telegraph Offlc*.
! OCEAN STEAMERS. j
G30ISTI1! gieilbUiaki llotb.
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Kronarinzessln.July7 l Kaiser Wm.ll.July 21
KronpriniWm-Jly 14. Kaiser d July M
Twin-Screw Passenger Serviqe.
PLYMOUTH—CHERBOURG— BREMEN.
Luetzow July Sjßremen July g
P. Alice July lSlFriedrlch Wm.July 30
Mediterranean Service.
OIB'LTAR— NAPLES— at 11 A.M.
K. Albert.... July MIX. Lulse Aug. 15
P. Irene Aug. 1!?;. Albert. .. .Aug. 23
From Bremen Piers, en 3d end 4th sts..
Hahoken. _„
N. O. LLOYD TRAVELLERS' CHECKS
OBLRICHS & CO.. No. 5 Broadway, N. Y.
« . 1 -■ — . "'
lnlMlsi)^(^ D /lIEiSOM
Pi'irs. Hoboken. H. J.
— Paris — Hamburg.
j Pretorla.July 4. » amlKaiserln. . July J"
Moltke.July 9, 11 am|P.Lincoln(new).Jul>is :
ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS TU «<**•*■
TRAVELLERS' CHECKS JSSUED.
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE, 45 Broad
way. N. Y. ■
AMERICAN LINE From at p { OrT'M:0 r T'M: R "
PLYMOUTH— CHERB'G— SOUTHAMPTON
St. Paul July -list. Louis July IS
New York July 11 Philadelphia. . .Aug. 1
Majestic (White Star Line. Pier 4S>. July
RED STAR Um^J^Ji*-^- *".
NEW YORK— DOVER— ANTWERP.
Finland July 4jZeeland July IS
Vaderland ...July 11 [Kroonland Aug. 1
WHITE STAR LINE £%. l '£
NEW YORK— QU' NSTOWN— LIVERI'OOL
Baltic... July 9. 2 pm I Arabic. .July 23. 2 pm |
Cedric.July 18, noon! Celtic. .July 3<->. loam
PLYMOUTH— CHERB'O — SOUTHAMPTON '
Teutonic July 6, loam (Majestic. July 25.10 am
j Adriatic. Oceanic. July 20, lOam
ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS TO ITALY.
PASSENGER OFFICE. 8 BROADWAY.
©[MifflraOKlLES
From Piers 51-62-84, North Kiver.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN
PASSENGERS BOOKED THROUGH TO
LONDON ANP PARIS.
Elruria July 4. 10 amiLufitania Julj 18J pm
Lucinla July 8. 10am J Umbria. July 16. 10 am
Caronla.July ll.noonl Mauretanla,.ly22.llam
The MAURETANIA & L.USITANIA. the
largest and fastest sieamships In the world,
will hereafter eail on WEDNESDAYS, in
auguiatlnif a new SEMI-WEEKLY SER
VICE.
HUNGARIAN-AMERICAN SERVICE.
TO FIUME VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES AND TRIESTE.
CARPATHIA July 1«. noon; Sept. 3
SLAVONTA Aug. 6. noon; Sept. 24
PANNONIA ....Aug. 20, noon
CAfIONIA » ■ Nov. 28
VERSOS H. BROWN General Agent.
21-24 State St.. opposite the Battery.
(HIOLLAWIO-AIMIESSBCA IMg
asp vice '
NEW YORK. ROTERDASI via BOULOGNE!
N. Amsterdam. July B,noon | Noordam. July 28
Ryndam July 15, 6 amjß'terdam.Aug. 11
New fiianfOiTjiTTP'Rirv Ap? from New Yor
Steamer KUI ICK-u'AR Aug. 11.
24.17^ tons Regißter— 37.l9o tons Displace
ment. Send for Descriptive Booklet.
_„.._-_, [One entire deck of rooms
iomnmiirvT- 1 wlth Private bath,
APPOINTMENT^. [ LuiUr!ous Suite< €tc .
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE,3» B'way.N.T.
DBD "D" LINE.
FOR PORTO RICO. CtTRACAO ANT>
VENEZUELA.
From Pier 11, near Wall St. Ferry. Bklyn.
For San Juan. Porto Kico.
S.S. CARACAS . .. .Snturdav. July 18. noon
8.5. PHILADELPHIA. Sat . Au* 1. noon
For Pto. Cabello, Curacao and Maraeatbo.
*S.S AURORA ■ Wednesday. July S. noon
6.5. MARACAIBO. Saturday, July 11. noon
S.S. ZULIA Saturday, July 25. noon
•Freight only.
These Eteamerß have superior accommoda
tions for paEoengers.
BOULTON. BLISS & DALLETT.
General Managers- 82 Wall 3t.
. BTAUAD9 S. S. LOOSES
•NAVIGAZIONE GENERALE ITALIANA.
tLA VELOf'E <Fast Italian Line).
tITALIA Societl tie igazione a V'apore.
TO NAPLES AND GENOA DIRECT.
•Sannlo July l«l*Liguria Aug. 12
tN d America July2W | tEuroi'a Aug. 2«
New S. S. VERONA from New York. July «
HARTFIELD. SOLAR! * CO.. SO Wall St.
GLASGOW VIA '.ONDONDERRT.
Columbia July 4, noon I Caledonia. July S&.Spm
California July lß.nnColumbia. Aug 1,11 am
BALOO.V. $62.50. $67.60 and $72.»0.
SECOND CABIN $42 50 AND $45.
THIRD CLASS $27.50 AND $28.70.
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 Ut B' way.
Cruises of the 'Arabic." 18.000 tons, to
Orientf tt h b tie Woridg.
F. C. CLARK. Times Building, New York.
COOK'S «W TOCRS TO Et'ROFE.
All expenses Included. Booklet.
THOS COOK & SON 245 and 1200 B'Tcay.
649 Madison aye. fifi3 sth aye.. N. T.
RAILROADS. I
KE^IEiSEY CEMTBAL"
tw s?^^ tWe la i?o e^ hia
FOR PHILADELPHIA. Lv. W. 23<J ST.:
-6.50, 7.50, 8-20 R. 50 0.60, 10.80, 11/.0. 11.80
a. m.. 12.50, 1.20. 1.50. 2.50. 3.50, 4.2<X
4 60, 5.60, 650, 7.50, B.», 11. 50 p. m.
Sundays. 7 50. b.50. 8.60, 10.50. 11 50 a. in .
;"60 "l 50 2.50, 3.30, 4.60, X.BO, "-80, 7.M-.
* •r.V. I ?^kk 1 i { ? irrT-i 0.30. 7.00. 800
8.80 8 00, 10.00, 11.00, 11.30 a. m.. 12.00
noon. 1.00. 1.30, 1.00, 3.00, 4.00, 4 30, r,.-.io.
6 00, 7 00 8.00. 0.00 p. m.. 12 15 midnight.
Sundays. 1.30. 8.00, 8 00. 10 00, 11 .00 am..
12-00 noon, 1.00, 00. 3.00, 4.00, 5.00. 6.00.
7.00, 8.00, 3-00. 10.30 p. m.. 12.15 miini^ht.
FOR BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Lv. W. 23d 5T.:— 7.50. ft.so. 11.50 a. m..
1.50, 3.60, 6.f«0, 6.30 p. m. dally. lv. LIB
ERTY ST. :— 1.30, 8.00, 10.00 a. m., 12.W
noon, 2.00. 00. 6.00. 7.00 p. m. daily.
FOR ATLANTIC CITY. Lv. V.\ 2S<l
ST.:— O 50 a. m., (12.50 Sats. only), 3.20
p in. Sundays. 950 a. m.. 2.20 p. m. Lv.
LIBERTY ST.:— IO.OO a. m.. (1.00 Sats.
only), 840 p. m. Sundays, 10.00 a. m..
2.30 p. m.
VIA ALL RAIL. — Long Branch. Asbury
Park Ocean Grove, ate Lv W. 23d ST.: —
b 20. 11.20 a. m., (12.20. 1.00 Sats. only),
1 20, 3.20. (4.20 df*s not stop at Lons
Branch or run on Bats.), 4 30. (9-00,
except Sats.). 6.20, 6.20, 11 50 p. m. Sun
days. 9.05. 060 a. m., 3 5". 8.20 p. m. Lv.
LIBERTY ST.:— 4 00, 8.30, 11 .30 a. m.,
(12.40. 1.20 Sats. only). 1.30. 3.30. (4-31
does not stop at Long Branch or run on
Sats.), 4.46, (6.15 except Sats.). 5.30, 630
p. m., 12.01 midnight. Sundays, 3.30. 9.15.
10.00 a. m .OO. 8.30 p. m.
SANDY HOOK ROUTE.— For Atlantic
Highland's. £ea Bright, Monmouth Beach,
Long Branch, Asbury Park, Ocean Grove.
&c. Lv. Pier 81, N. R-. Pool W. 42d ST.:
— 50, 0.35, 10.30 a. m . 12.30. 1.80, 3.10.
4.15, 6.25. 7.48 p. m. Sundays. 9.00. 10.00
a. m , 1.00, 3.30. 7.4.': p. m. Leave Pier 1«.
N. R.. Foot Cedar St.. ».15, 10.00, 11.00
a m.. 1.00, 2 00. 345. 4.45, 5.45. 10 p. m.
Sundays, 9.30, 10.30 a. m.. 1.30. 4.im>, B.M
p. m.
Time tables may be obtained at follow
ing offices: Liberty St. (W. 28d Si Tel.
Chelsea 3144). Piers 10 and 81, N. R.. «
Astor House. 24t, 434. 18U0, 1354 Broadway.
182. 226, 2SI Fifth Ay., 2798 Third Ay., 11l
West 12f,th St., 245 Columbus Ay., New
York- 4 Court St., 313, 344 Fulton St.. 479
No«trand Ay.. Brooklyn; 800 Broadway.
WilHamsbtjrg. New York Transfer Co. calls
for and checks baggage to destination.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
ROTAL BLUE LINE TRAINS.
"■Every other hour on the even hour.
TO BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON".
Direct Connections in New Union Station,
Wabhinaton, with all Line? South.
Leave New York Dally. '-A& St Llb'y St.
WASHINGTON, Sl'pers, 11.50 pm 130 am
I WASHINGTON. Diner, 7 am Bno am
WASHINGTON, Diner. 8.60 am 10.00 am
(Parlor car N. Y. to Richmond. Va I
WASHINGTON. Diner. 11.5 ft am 12.00 n"n
WASHINGTON Buffet. 1.50 pm 200 ; m
."ROYAL LTD.,"' Diner, 3.61) p m 4 00pm
WASHINGTON. Buffet. Ml pm 7 pm
Through Daily Trains to the Wast
CHICAGO, PITT3BURG. 780 am S Oil am
CHICAGO. COLUMBUS. 1] .V. am 12.00 n'n
PITTPBURO, CLEVEL'D. 3.60 pm 400 pm
"PITTSBURG LIMITEJ»."»> M' pm 7.00 pm
CIN .ST LOriS.LOI'ISV 1150 m 1 ,0 am
CIN..ST LOUIS.LOUISV... 9 SO am 1000 am
CIN..ST.LOUIS.LOU'SV.. 5.50 pm 00 pm
Offlces: 245. 434. 1300 Broadway, « Astor
House 108 Greenwich St.. 236 6th Ay. 391
Grand St , N. I : 343 Fulton St.. Brooklyn;
West 23d St. and Liberty St.
After 6 p. m. Sleeping Car Reservations
and full Information regarding- trains, etc.,
can be obtained at Bureau of Information.
B & O. K. R-. 233 St. Terminal. 'Phone
Number, ■ Chelsea— 3l44.
lEflUflM VALLEY.
rr '■ -— ' Lv.N.T .A Lv.N.y.,B
nnft.-Nlseani Falls Exp.... ;»7«e * ii •«?.» * "
Huff-ili, Chicago Kxnrtnf '\>9 4i» * N ■> - »J«
Chfca o.ToroutoKxore. Ml 55 AM •»»«»«
"picket omcei i 855 and 1460 Broadway.
S.6ATSIQLLIIQ I !TABiS
via the Cataklll Mountain, Otis i fatskiU
and Tannersville Railways.
Direct connection i"! the N. V Central
trains leaving New York 7:54 and 11:11
A M daily, •■■■•I' Sunday, and 4 P. M.
dairy and the West Shore trains leaving
West tSd St. at 7 la and 11 US A. M. daily,
except r'inda\
Also direct connection with the HUDSON
RIVER DAY LINE and the CATSKILL.
BV^NINO LINE BTUS. PURCHASE
TICKETS VIA CATSKILL.
ADVERTIi>EMBNTB and subscriptions fat
Th« Tribunp received at their ■ Uptown
OBlce. No. 1384 Broadway, tf tween B<th
and 37th »t«., until 9 o'clock p. m. Ad
rarttaancata r»c«-lve«i at th» following
branch offices at regular offlc* rate* until
• orl..>k P m. vi*. : 234 fits aye,, s. •.
cor. 234 et,; 18» «th «v*., cor. 12th «t . 03
Etvst 14th st.i 257 Will 42d St.. between
Ilti Mil bib *V«». : 263 W«s*t I.' :;. at..
STEAMBOATS.
NE W~£NGLANO
NAVIGATION. CO.
FALL. RIVER LINE v:a Newport and
Fall River. Lv. Pier 10. N. R-. foot War
ren St., week days and Sundays at 3.30
P. M. Strs. PRISCILLA and COMMON
WEALTH. Orchestra on each.
PROVIDENCE LINE via. Providence,
Lv. Pier 18. North River, foot Murray St .
week days only. 6.00 P. J.I Strs. PROVI
DENCE and PLYMOUTH. Orchestra on
each. . • '
NORWICH LINE via New London and
East Lv Pier 40. N. R. foot Clarkson
St.. week days only, 5.00 P. M.. Pier 70,
E. R. foot E. 224 St.. 6:SO P M. Str*.
CITY OF LOWELL and CHESTER V.
CKAPIN.
NEW BEDFORD LINE For New Bed
ford, Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard. Nan
tucket. Mattapolsett, Marlon and Cape Cod
points. Lv. Pier 40. North . Riv^r, foot
ciarkF'.n St . wesk days only, at h.w I. M-
Stri. MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE For New Haven.
McrUcn. New Britain. Hartford. Spring
field and North. Lv. Pier 28, East River,
"veek lavs orly. 2.45 P..M Sunday. 0-36
A M , Pier 70. East River, foot E. 22d St..
week days S. OO P. M.. Sundays 10.00 A. M.
Steamer RICHARD PECK. „ ■„-
On Saturday July 4th. steamer XI( . M
ARD PECK" will leave Pier East River
at 930 A. M., foot of East 224 Street
10 00 A. M.. instead of 2-45 and 3-00 F- M.
respect -»ly.
BRIDGEPORT LINE For Bridgeport.
Antcnia. Waterbury. Torrtngton and . in-
Med. From Pier 28, E. R.. ne '^* lll *' l "
It/ Sir. ATTACK leaves .00 A M.
days. Str. BRIDGEJPORT 3.00 P. M-.
Saturdays 2.M P. M.. Sundays 5 00 P. M-
Rti BRIDGEPORT stops Per 70. East
River, foot East 22d St., half hour after
Ie On" & Sa'turdU July 4th. steamar
Or! Uturdav. July 4th. steamar
■BRIDGEPORT- will leave Pier 26, Last
River at 5.00 P. M.. East 22d Street 530
P. M.. instead of 2.00 and 2.30 P. M. re
spectively. -;-'•-. 7"-';"
BSOJIiDISP BfVEgS iM UK
■MARY POWELL,- of the Hudson River
Day Line, fastest and finest river boats in
the world. _ .T .
Lv. Read Down. Dally. Ar. Read UP-
A.M. iA M.IP.M. cxc. Sun. Ail I'M- P-M.
800 I I .Bklyn Annex, t i 8:20 ....
41-; 9:40 l:4s..Desb-s 5t.11:45 6:00 900
9:00 10:00 2:00.. W. 42d 5t.11:20 5:30 8-4J»
9:20 10:20 2:K».W.l23thSt.ll:C"> 5:10 8.10
8-4.V 10:50 Tonkers 4:30 <"-»
.... ....|4:SO..HTd Falls.%:4oi .... ■■
11:50 l:00!5:0O...W. Point.. S:Ss 2:.>0 sto
.... '1:25 5:25.. Cornwall .8 15 .... •Oj»
l">-2; 1:45 5:45.. Newb'gh .S:00 2:15 5.05
6 15. N. Hamb'h.7:3o
6:30... Milton .7:15 ••-•
1:15 2:35 -45. P'keepsie .700 1:20 4:10
2:10 Kingston Point... 12:25
. .. 7:45.. Kingston .6:00 .".::
3:25 „ Catsklll .... 11:00 ..-
3:40 Hudson 1040 ••••
p6p 6 10 pm pm." Albany a.m:L Bm2p.m:8 m2p.m:
FM PM PM. A.M. I A.M. 'P.M.
•Connecting at Cornwall with 6. & W. Ry.
Special trains to Cat 3 klll Mr. resorts and
Saratoga, and easy connections to all points
East. North and West. Through tickets and
baggage checked at offices of N. Y. Trans
fer Co. Through rail tickets between ,>. Y.
and Albany accepted. Most delightful one
half and one-day outings to West Point.
Newburgh, or Poufrhkeepele, returning on
any down Day boat. Meals served at all
hours. MUSIC.
Ideal 4th and 6th of July Outings
To WEST POINT. NEWBURGH,
POUGHKEEPSIE and Return. By SU
PERB NEW STB. "HENDRICK HUD
SON." Leaving Desbros»es St.. 0:40 A. M. ;
W. 42d it.. 10 A. M-; West 129 th St.. 10:20
A M.; returning due 42d St., 8:40 P. M.
Str. Mary Powell tZ^r™
Perfect Afternoon outing. Leave D»s
brosses St. 1:43 P. M.. connecting at West
Point with HBNDRICK HUDSON
STR. HENDRICK HUDSON
due West 42d St., 8:40 P. M. Orchestra
on each steamer.
Sandy Hook Route
For NORTH JEESEI
COAST RESORTS
Leave New York. Pier 81. N. X..
foot West 42d Street, 3:50. 9:35.
10 30 A M . 12:3". 1 30. 3 10. 4:lo.
5-5 745 P M Sundays. 9:00. 10:00
a "\t 1 00 330. 7:45 F M
Leave New York. Pier 10, N. R..
fn«t Cedar Street. 9:15, 10.00. 11:00
AM 100 2:00, 3:45, 4:45, 5:40 and
g'lO F M. Sundays. 9:30. 10:30 A.
M 1:80, 4:00 and S:10 P. M.
MOST DELIGHTFUL HIGH GRADE
* SAIL IN NEW YORK HARBOR.
• i Aim Round Trip New York. * ft a
$ i. OO to Atlantic Highlands *»-
Passengers can make round trip on
i all steamers except those leaving W.
> 4*'J St. 5:25 and 7:45 P. M.. Sunday
7 " 45 p' M ; Cedar St. 5:45 and 8:10
P. M.. Sundays 8:10 P. M.
All the Way by! FARE [fi^faepiflftn
Water Between *- <ef ff| |j£\ If f| M
New York and ?3065 LUJIyJQ) U U=U U\J
Via Long Island Sound and the AHanUo
Ocean. Metropolitan Line Express Tripl»
gcrew Turbine Steel Steamships
MIE AR!> KIMMP
FINEST WATER TRIP IN THE WORLD.
Fast an.l Luxurious Steamships. All at
tributes for safety, comfort and conven
ience. Leave N. Y. weekdays and Sunday!.
PUr 45 N. R., near foot Christopher tot »
P M Leave Boston same hour. Dv«
either' city 8 o'clock following morning.
Tickets and reservations at Pier 43. N- *-.
and at principal Ticket, Tourist and N. Y.
Transfer Co. offices in Greater It Y.
Express Service for Passengers.
Freight. Automobiles and Hone*.
V.
__~
KhKiiyj ID® @ L^/7^
pprtpr v«> Str. C. W. Morse
i f.UI |^a» or Ad i ron< iack leave
New York-Alban, west i»h st.. k «:^
$1.50 7-15 p. M. daily.
Sundays Included. Orcbeetra. Grill service.
_^_ T ,, r ,TT^ Steamer Dean
CITI/ENo Richmond or Green-
T TNE port laavo Pier 46.
Ul N R-. foot of West
New — Troy ioti> St.. at 5 p. m.
Round Trip 52.50 *$&. S s Tn d a y".
6teamer touches at Albany.
Direct connection with express trains at
Albany or Troy for all points. Club Break
fasts. Summer book free.
BLOCK island, ORIENT,
GSEENPORT, shelter island
and SAG HARBOR.
Commencing June 27. 1908.
Via Montauk Steamboat Co. Line. L«»
NY New Pier 8, E. R- Sats. jexceptlns
Jrlv ith) at 100 P. M. : Mon.. June 2»th.
tnd \vid July Ist. at 5:30 P. M.. and on
§•"?.. July 3d. at 1:00 P. M Tuesdays and
Thursdays thereafter at 5:30 P. M.
For POUGHKEEFSIE and KINGSTON.
baturdajs. 1 fcwß ' ÜBGH Pler 2
X R- week days. 3 P. M. Saturdays. 3
p' M '•' TT»st 129 th St .330 P. M.
Vrrom pW 24. n. r.. 9 a. m.
SUNDAYS W est l2Dth St.. 0:30 A. M.
- "TRAVEL"— FREE
M rage illustrated maf»2lne; contains
rates and itineraries of 200 delightful. In
exrjenslve tours, conducted or independent.
to Niagara Fall.«. Thousand Islands. Adi
rondack? Canada. Maine. White Moun
tains Nova Scotia, and all Summer vaca
tion" resorts. Mailed free by MarMers
Tours. 31 West 30th St.. New York.
7k\ m *i 7 © FY7 fl fL fL eventing line
f r±(rS U ©LMUli=U=. for the Catskllls.
\}~D Hudson. Coisackle. Lv Christopher
St »> P. M. W. 129 th St. 7P. M ;
also Sat.! Christopher St , 1 P. M.; W.
I .',?, th St i2OP. M. Fare. $1.25. Resort
pTrectory Free. Address Pier 43. N. R.
PUBLIC ACCOUNT
CERTIFIED PuDltc' Accour- ■ desires en
gugeraenu la accounting, auditing. »y»
teroaiulnß and epeclal investigations: be«
credentials- moderate charges. AC-!'«i» C
p. *.. Po»tofflc» Box i486. New York.
ADVERTISEMENTS and nubscrtptlocs for
The Trtbun- received at their Uptown
Office, No. 1364 Broadway, between 3*sth
■nd 3"th sts., until 9 o'clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at the following
branch .itTn.es at regular office rates until
S o'clock p. m. viz.: 264 Sth aye.. •. a.
cor. 233 st. . 153 «*th aye.. cor. 12th «t. :
IHISINESS CHANCES.
OPPORTUNITY to young man having
three to five thousand dollar*: must give
services to business; advertiser ha» fifteen
years' • >r.erl#nc« Electrical. Tribune
Office
TH-KUKITKKg.
VICTOK^VIsTbLbT T» Nassau St.; ana
logue free; \ all mak»»s| taken part pay
ment; bargains In Underwood*. Remla*
ton». Oliver.. Smiths. y
tiin.iAiip AJtP root TAHUESI^^
MANUFACTURERS of billiard and pool ta
bles bl*h ct*4» bowling all«r bulld«y«;
lowMt prtc«a. Marx Bros •3* Union B«u*r*
CARrBT CIX_~T?ro.
THE C. M. BROWN CO.
Carpet & Rug Cleansing
221-223 EAST 3.lth STREET,
Telephones. I*3l 33ta— IM1 3»th. •
mat and £>lrt Blown out. not frogs
Surface only.
B rear»" eiperto»c« la Floe Carpets * B'J»%
N.Y. CARPET CLEANING WOHZS
* Oldest. Largest. Won Moderc .
437 AND -»3S» W__~ .iTH ST.
ral 4< i »2— 4M3 ttryant. E»tab!ls>,-.t 1*37.
V. '«; JORDAN. OWOI UDCTX
3T~S~iI!. 1, WILLIAMS
CARPET CLEAN 1N... EtabtlilKd 1*73.
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO.—
CUan* by eompresned air. steam. >;aa4 or
m floor i. .54 1.. -.;,. 4-1 Ea.t 4atA »C
COB _ BRANDT. Tel. 132-Mb.
TRY A H. KALJI-OTS rep-'lrlnr. w«»«i
' cleaning- rtonr.tc of Oriental rugs. 418
♦th ay« T«l«r,. I n. |QW».-Marf:> ?<nn«r«.
BOARD AXI» ROOMS.
Binaie insertions 5 c«hr« per line. Six
teen word*, seven times consecutively. *I
which entitles advertiser to have rooms
enured fcr a period of fourteen day» in
The Tribune' Directory of Desirable Boom*.
Write for circular.
Full Information concerning these rooms
may be had. free Of charge, at the Uptown
rsfflre of The New-York Tribune. 13*4
Breadway. between 3«th and S7th »ts.
T2D ST.. 120 K-T, between I" and
subway express stations; charming room ;
superior Xabla; references given and re—
ulred^ •
FCEXEHED ROOMS TO LET.
Single Insertions 5 cents per line. StT
teen words, seven time* consecutively, Jl.
which entitles advertiser to have room*
entered lira period of fourteen day* in
The Tribune Directory of Desirable Rooms.
Write for circular.
Full Information concerning these rooms
may be had. free of charge, at th» Uptown
Office of The New- York Tribune. \ 1384
Proadway. between 86th and 37th sts.
4STH ST.. P."> WEST. — Second fllaht floor to
let. singly or together; small family:
private bath: telephone; summer rat«».
PLEASANT large and small moms: run
ning: water; bath, beautiful location; rear
sonable; near subway. 2072 sth aye.
20 EAST 23D ST. f Madison Square South).
— Suite two rooms; bathroom; by month;
references.
7IST ST. I*3 WBr.-UW or srca!l
cool room, private house; gentleman;
sonvenient to cars^
LOST— BANKBOOK.
LOSTpoiT STOLEN.— Bankbook No.
of the German Savings Bank. In dM City
of New Tork. comer 4th aye and 14fh st ,
Issued to Relief Fund de- Wm. Fleischer
Lodge, No 12S, I O. B. A. Ail persons are
caattoned against negotiating the same. If
not returned to the tank on the 2B»h day of
June. 1908. a duplicate will be issued.
LOST or STOLEN.— Bankbook No. 450.877
of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank.
Payment stopped- Please return book to
bank. No. 51 Chambers st.
LOST.— Bankbook No. «54.«3«. Bank for
• Pavings. 2*o 4th ave-. New V-,rk. Pay
ment stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST. —Bankbook No. 922.3*8. Bank for
Savings. 2»0 4th aye.. New York. Pay
ment stopped. Plea«e return book to bank. '
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 1384 Broadway. between 9Kh
and 37th sts.. until » o'clock p. m Ad
vertisements received at the following
branch offices at regular ofCce rates until
8 o'clock p. m.. vis. : 264 frth aye.. s. c.
cor. 23d st. • 153 6th aye.. cor. 12th st. »2
East 14th St.; 257 Wept 42d or.. between
7th and Bth ayes : 2«3 W»st 12."th St.; 1339
3d aye.. between 76th and 77th sts.; 1»>28
3d aye.. rear filst st.: 1703 Ist aye . near
69th St.; 157 East 125 th St.: 75« Tremont
aye.: 650 3d aye.. and any American Dls
trlct Telegraph office.
KELP WAVTEn.
Hale.
CHAUBTEfUR. — State ago, nationality: If
married: experience; references. Address
D., Box 39. Tribune Office.
Ffmale
NURSERT GOVERNESS. — Middle aged
French woman preferred; must be good
seamstress and have unquestioned personal
references. Address, stating experience and
wages wanted. 8.. Box 40. Tribune Oflet
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for
The Tribune received at their Uptown
Office. No. 13*4 Broadway, between 3Rtfc
and 37th »ts., until 9 ©"clock p. m. Ad
vertisements received at the following
branch offlces at regular office rates until
8 o'clock p. m.. via.: 284 *«th aye.. s. c.
cor. 23d St.; 153 «th aye., cor. I2th st. : 92
East 14th St. ; 237 West 42d at., between.
WORK WANTED.
■jsf»
Bt'TCHER and CARVEK. — City or coun
try <"> X . 151 -W>st l.Wth el.
CHAUFFEUR- — Careful driver; good me
chanic; do own repairing: salary reason
able to start Mooney, .251 West MM st.
CARPENTER, cabinetmaker: foreman; ex
pert inside and outside; make own plans
and able to estimate, distance no object
Carpenter, 749 40th St.. Brooklyn.
CHAT'FFETTR. MECHANIC.— Seven years'
experience; city or country; best refer
ences. Address Frank, care at S. Ocko. 65
Vesey St.
CHAUFFEUR.— CarefuI driver: strictly
sober and reliable; own repairing: handy
with tools- best reference; private family;
country preferred. Berg. 235 Flatbush aye..
Brooklyn.
CHAUFFEUR. — Competent; three years'
experience on all makes of cars: can do
own repairing; best references. McCorkell.
202 West 133 d st.
CH VUFFEUR, 25; mechanic: careful
driver- do own repairing: good reference;
speaks 'English and Polish. 223 West
121« st.
CHAUFFEUR. — Single; aged 25: on gaso
lene car; strictly temperate, reliable: can
do own repairs; good references; will go
anywhere. W. Scott. Box 213. GUbertvlUo.
Mass. ,
ENGINEER-— Dynamo. Ice machine, firing
and repairing; city or country: moderate
wages; references. Engineer. 59 Nassau
St.. Brooklyn.
HOTEL CLERK. — German- American: aged
85- city or country: steady and reliable:
pood' references. Robert Wolf. 20OA Bower
et., Jersey City.
MAN. 33. officer Spanish-American War
and Philippine Insurrection, recently held
Important position Philippine government.
energetic, fluent Spanish, going shortly to
Old Mexico, prospecting, etc.. would Ilka
commissions or work there; r::g i«-st cre
dentials and references. Address H.. Bo»
20. Tribune Office.
PAINTER— class decorator, paper
hanger, hardwood finisher, tapestry, silk
hanger, frescoing, desires work by the day
cr contract; reasonable; references-
Decorator. 164 East Wsta a*.
PORTER or NIGHT WATCHMAN— Best
city references. Mayer. 203 West 34th st.
PAINTER.— Competent, with all tools,
wants work for landlords, architects or
estates. Box 504. I«M Id «•» Tel. 2605 —
Plaza.
STABLEMAN. — By yountr American: aged
3S- or anything; beat references. Ad
dress Janitor. **4 East !«.Vr; St.. Bronx.
YOUNG MAN — Aged 22; neat appearance:
quick -and accurate at figures; clerical
work: best refer i Voisson. 521 West
125 th *!
YOUNG MAN Energetic: well appearing:
85« d 30; lUJO«l«4ge of bookkeeping . or
outside man; would like to connect with
reliable house H. S.. 1034 Trinity a.v»
\iOKK VVANTBD.
. Femala.
SECRETARY ie — younp. experienced
\mertcat» woman; excellent character; as
private s«cret*rv and manasiny house
keeper. T. 0 . Ex 32. Tnbun* OlSco.
SECRETART. COMPANION. —By college
rradviats; excellent reader, ster.ographtr,
k»ow!ed«.- of b<Jookicaepin»; reusician;
would travel, best references. Afl-ireaa F.
W , pox 172. Westwood. N. J
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR — By youn»
lady: a$M 17: r»f-r»nces R. A.. Tribune
Off!'* «•
STENOOBAFHWt assistant >Bl>Mmaai
and »wltchboard op«rator; three years'
«peri«nc«: competent. Florence K. Fi»her.
7 Clifford Place Brooklyn.
ADVERTISEMENTS and SUBSCRIPTIONS
for THE TRIBUNE will be received at th«
following Branch Offices- at Main Office
Rates: 1.364 Broadway, 157 Ea.st 125 th St.,
263 West 125 th St.. 104 Last 14th St., 264
Bth Ave^«v,nd 1,035 3d Aye.
'idl,
P«0f»O!»AI »
SEALED BIDS OR PROPOSAL 3 T^JJ*
received by the Baa** of Wv *£. * M **f*
in the offlee of the board. No. 2****'!™?
way. New York. Room »">.,» l . nI ? > _
until U a- m. •« July S3. »■»- *?.*%!
eonstructiofj of a portion of th« C»t_Ui*
Aqnednct. censlstiujt of about «H» mlie^oc
plain cemertte conduit know ti aa «r *nav
cover aqueduct. 17 leet hUfi by 17 f«at *
litelMa wtde. and atssl S.«T» t—' '-' ■■■«"•
17 ft«t hi<h by I* foet 4 inches •«•_«
th» hydraulic irradisnt and knowa ** rmM
tunnel, situated west of the Hads-n Rl l '*'
on th- south side ot Csopus Cr*«it '» I «7»
in the towns of Olive apd Marbleto— -i^ c*-«
ster County. New York. _^
At the •••«• place «n<J time th* T)i2s_wOX
b<! pubiicly opened and read. Tn» «~»— 1
of the contract. If awarded. will •*■•#•
as soon thereafter as practicable. Pa— ipo-«
lets <mB»aln!r« information for bidders^
form of '■-,•■ specification*, •'.c. »n4
pamphlet* of contract drawings can be ob
tained at Room 1315 at tjs* atw»v<» >uUlT*m
by d»positro.s *»• ram nt tan dollars (fUh
f«r each pamphlet, it (wsjstjr d"U«r» <tX»
for each set. to Insure their return la — >-
••^ptabie condition within thirty days rron»
th» da" -in whic!» bids are ft* b« afjasMaw
For further particulars sew City Record.
JOHN A. BENSEL. NHftMi
CHARLES N. CHADWiCX.
CHARLES A- SHAW. .
Cema_s*!one-i of the rioar ' of ~Tat«<
Supply. .
J. WALEO SMITH. Chief Engineer.
THOMAS HASSETT. Secretary-
ADVERTISEMENTS and «übnczijiUon« to*
The Tribune received at the* Upto-— r»
Office. No 1364 Broadway, ber—^ea 3«tJ»
and 37th st_. until » o'clock p. in. Ad—
verti««m«nts received 'at th» loliemtam
branch offices at regular afflc* rates natu
8 o'clock p. m.. viz. : 2(M «th a-Ja.. a. •.
cor. Sd St.: 153 *th awe., cor. 12t2» at.; M
East 14th as.; 287 West 42d at. betweoa
7th and Bth are*.; 2*3 West 13flth a*. : 123»
3d ay«.. between- "eth and 77th «**: 162*
M aye. Bear 81st st. : IT' Ist ***• ■••*
»th St.: 157 East IWrrt st. : 1W» Ti inn— l
aye. MO 3d aye.. and any Amerbatn DU—
trlcf ' Telesrraph ofß'*
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DESKS ANT> nmCB nTXnTRB.
ROLL TO *»
OFFICE
FURNITURE
Is great variety
of style a— i
price.
T. a
6ELLEW.
11l Fulton St.
DOMESTIC SITUATIONS WA>TgIX_
_:_■- ,'i
BUTLER— Tfeorooshly competent to ta*»
full charge of household and caXartnsj foal
parties and entertainments, both socli. m*.
charitable; 19 years with Goald »=^fa|
undeniable references. By letter. 8.. 1C«
East 125 th St. ___
BUTLER-— COOK.— French conple; far aM
vate family; sood r4femncr«. F. »•. -*~
West 3«th st.
COOK. STEWARD or BVTUSK-V
Japanese; Ion? experience; any P l **»s
references. Teresa, I** Sands st . Broo_4
lyn. __.;
COOK.— Ja'pane»«; first elaas; In ga^J^l
l!y or bachelor's apartment: _a»i P»"d, «*j
perience: rtference. Oeonir* Oslno. 01*1
Sands St., Brooklyn. •
rO*CHM\N M COOS. — BmcMsil ..^fSf
man 'oafhman. or could <*o Indoor ■"■»•}
wife first .lass c"ok: good refeiwnee— X«
J. H . 134 East 42d at. « _!
COACHMAN. — Jost <lls«n3»a-M; * am *P
preferr«*d- thorougrh horseman. *— ■■om
r r (»,. e<-«no-ilcal manager; sttxttea •»•
player's lnteresta; absolutely sobe«. skjlM
insi »-i!:'.ns;. understands lawn. flo~-__«
Powers. 23S West artth at. ;
FARMER or USEFUL HA*— ve»»-,
table grower. hous»worker er eoolc: »_•!
voting Irtah couple; no children: rvi 4 re«-i
erence. Carpenwr'a Bnraau. 154 Bth ay*. ]
GARDENER.— Scotch: 13 >••«**
experience on gentlemen's country place**
■rardener coachman, useful man; all kindJl
of work;" reliable, strictly temperate. Writ*
or call, between 11 and 1. M. R. Morr_<_u
432 3£ aye. .1
GARDENER.— Youny German. sln«l«: h<*->
house glass frames, fruits, flowers, gen-«
era! work: fine vegetable grower: w-11 . rec
ommended. Carpenter's Bureau. 154 6t!»l
aye. • - •
GARDENER and COACHMAN.— SIn^Ien
good references. P- M , car* of T.I
Parcel!. 3033 Corlear a:, Kinsrsbrtdje^t
n. y. j
HOUSBWORKERS. — General; man ar.,S
wife- colored: or caretakers: city or esjal
of town O. E- Lewis. 24« West 14.^1 st.
JAVtTOII — Man and wife as janitor: eight
\.,,V reference. H. i ..- i . 336 Wet«
47rh ft.
USEyTXi MAN. — Generally useful mar. in
private family; highly recommended. 3.
P.. Tribune Uptown Office. 13»">4 Broadway.
USEFUL MAN— Single: Scotch; gardening,
coaching, all kinds of work en *»nfle
m»ri'.« country places: 13 years' experience;
reliable: strictly temperate. Malcolm Mor
rison. 432 3d aye.
USEFUL MAN. — Englishman. 2«. under*-
crands f»rd>ning. care^kina. - repairing:,
have own tools: very respectful, obliging;
highest references; salary |20 month. J. i
H . Tribune om.-a.
ADVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions ft*'
The Tribune received at their Uptowa;
Office. No. 1364 Broadway, between MM
■r.d 37th sta.. until 9 o'clock p. to. Ad
vertisements received at tha foilowtn*
branch offices at regular office rates until
8 o'clock p. m . via.: 291 Bth are. a. *
cor 23d St.: 153 Bth aye.. cor. 12 th St.; ••,
East 14th St.: 257 West 42d | st. between;
7th a=d SHI aver,.- 263 West 125 th St.; 133«
Id aye between 7«th and 77th sts.; 1«29
8d ay» : near Ctal st. : 1708 Ut »va^ near
fc9th St.: IST Fast 123 th St.: 75« Tremont!
aye.: r '> 3d aye.. and any American Dls-»
trlct Teloeraoh -^r^c*
• *
domestic srrrATio:«swAvrßux
F«uU>
ATTENDANT.— By r^ftae.i ?«run« wemaatj
with elderly or Invalid lady: good refaj-4
ences; small salary for summer. Miss I**.
C. 3 Waldron a'-* . Nyack. N. Y.
COMPANION. Tounsr lady of good f*n*2
l!y ,-..,•. 1 tak- chars* of a. couple* of,
chiMren who accompany parents tr»val!tnstt
or in the country. Miss L. I. H.. gansraJ
delivery. Parerson. N. J. ■■
CAPABLE, well educated -woman will tak»
charge of or.» or two children, or act am
maid tr> lady: speaks all languages: exceU.
lent seamstress and embroiderer; good r«-t
erencea. M. 0.. Miss Fitzgerald-* l*wsaja\,'
SO3 sth aye.. corner 42d St.
COOK. --First class; good references : «mw
J3O- also cook and laundress; wag«a-$23
to 125: very good references. P!aixarty'»
Dm mm 4*5 Cbtumbtta aye. Tal. 741—
River.
COOK.— First-class: good r^faresjee*: w«aw«.
$25 to $30. Cook and laundrasa; rater- i
•noes: wages. $22. Waitress and chamber-. ,
maid:" references; wages. $1* to »» m
North of .Ireland, Infant •» growing chil
dren- wagas. $22. A number of good sw-.
vaiits at Flaherty's Bureau. 4M Ca»unit>u«
ay». Tel. 741 River. ]
FIRST CLASS coolbk »un<rr*«»es. wait
resses, pariortnails. chambermaids an<J
r.cus«malds on hand: mostly Scandinavian
and German help; references auio'-ly to-»
veatleated. gcandlna*t«n Emp. Bureau.
747 Lexington aye.. betwe«s> 3Ath »a 4 MBit
»ts- Tel. 4SSI— PImaa. .- - ■
GIRL. 20, take care of children. A. no**,
care Bti !ba. 23* East 75th st.
HOUSEKEEPER (Managing^— r^laad.
competent American woman; hoteL club
or private: city or country. A. »*.. Box *,
Tribune Of2c<*.
HOUSEWORK. — By - »kl.^r on a farm.
Mrs. Sullivan, car* Smith. 311 West Mth.
LAUNDRESS. — Very fln*; strony. »tl!tn«
j-our.g Iri3h glr!; very good r»f«ret»ces;
wages $22 »o I." city or country: no ob
jection to ehamfcerwork. Flaherty's Bx*
reau. 4*5 Columbus aye Tel. 741 — River.
NURSE, secretary and" companion, to lajdy
or gentleman, by youny. healthy, edu
cated -woman:, massage, manicurta*: cltr
cr country- C T-. Boi S. Trtbnne O^sc«.
Nl'RSE— Gtrl: seed 17: for sz-owiridr chil
dren: or ♦» do aM housework In small
family: willing, honest. 1125 St. Mark's 4v<»..
BrooWya.
NVRSE.— Experienced Jr. Jam's nurse; nn
de:-»' -ma 6«?tl« feadlns: ttrst c-,%wm
American family only; city refer»ae*:
wages *.'.3 a month. Address letters }-£>
DUraon.l •• . Brooklyn.
NCRSS-— t"niiersra<luat#: (>rrn»j (39*1
care of skit or invalid: city or country;
ess furnijh doctor's references. A. Bita
»hin. 16<3* Park aye.. New York.
[ OFFICE CLXANINO German woman, or
waahiny or houseworli. Mr». Budermana.
; 171 East 4th »t.
| WAITRESS.— First class, neat, tidy youna;
£irl; wining and oblirtns; so<M chama
; b*rrna.>i take* good car* of silver an.?
chipa: city cr country. Flaherty's Bureau.
*S5 Columbus aye. T>! 741— Rhr»F.
ING -TeasSJß] Swedish woman -i
; prtv»t» family or boarding house; wash—
j Ins. Ironing, housework: by wee* or lay;
*'.<■>■? home. Apartment S>. 44? Baa*
1 UH st.

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