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THE MARKETS.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
New-York. June 4, 1«H).
•«h«i T*kes 4!Ollmeal. •>■«» 430
f^'^.- : ....... 10.327 i Oil. lard, bbls 10
P^r sacks S.awiOH. lub. bbls "40
tigs !.»*»: Peanuts, bags 1,034
%£S2ZS7t£u...l"" 2SJ*;Pork. bbis lIM
SS2S: bush i 132.7»;8eef (canned). case 8 .. 1.254
?o?n bush .. 48.925, Ham5, pkg, 44*
O^S' busS fiI.JXKI; Bacon, pkgs <HM
£?-|mali 17.a*> Cutmeata. pkg> MSI
Pess hush 530 Lard, tierces M
v£'*r bush 7.700 Lard, keg* 3.501
Tj~, pu«h iS,«9» Lard, cases 131
grr-f" bush 23.000 Tonjru»s. bbls -4
HoSS^ piurs . 881 Taliow, -*» M
cWf^ VaS 3 -«" 5 Greafei rkgs ID
Cottrrseed oil. bbls-- 1 li»4 Butter, pkgs 14.017
W»v '¥r* k«*> <-heese, pk«S 1; .-71
150 Epm ■».*»» 18 118
v.?.!rf " a 157 Rice, bbls 6
d;';', bales 70 Rice. b.j« 100
S2S-; ha'J« ..... 120 Rice, pkts 217
u^m bdlV " 730 Raisin?. Cal. hoses... 1.400
"•^Z^." aides ... WSOO Dried fnitts. pkr» . . . «C 0
,„.„ oJ: bbi» 60 ■ Starch, bbls . ITHt
SS. pdl» 5.143 Sugar, bbls .. 100
Spirits turn bb!s v " - Molasses, bnls 200
•r'v bh:s 3" Sf.ap rtock. pkgs 341
Pitch this 14<* Tobarro. hh4s I ' >l
rimiii poultry, •""— I.QIS Tobacco, tierces 20
Lit* poultry, crates.. 65 Tobago, pkps 11JP
Ora-ites ham« .... 6,0* Whifk°y. 'Ms 384
Amies bbls -" Cherries r«l), pk*s... 10,(!00
Pf)tatP« 7.054 Apricots tCal). pkgs.. -'-
Onions bhls 1.200 P;ums (Call, pk«8..... "30
Oilcake. pk*» 2.200 Peaches (Ca!) t pk««. . 700
CABH QUOTATION'S.
Iron Xor No 1 t <ly. s2l 00 ! Cotton, middling 9
lrr.nl 3"! Xo 2 soft. 20 00 j Coffee. No 7 Rio. ... >>*,
f.-^»; rails 32 50 j Sugar, granulated. . . . 5.60
Lake corser incit.. I<> 75 I Mclasfes. OK. prime 44
Tin ... . 30 <« .Beef, family $11 CO
Exchange le«a 4W : Beef . hams 20 50
cr>eßerc r>eßer 4.* ... : Tallow, prime 4^4
"vTheat No 2 red... BS*» Fork, mess 12 00
Cr~i Xo 2 mixed... 43V Hrwrs, dressed, 160 rb. 7
Oats. N 2 mixed... -'' Lnrsi. prime 705
Flour. Jllsn- patents 3 7.". I
EXPORT 3 - -at.
■WT-.eat. nus!l 303. 02S Rosin, bbl» 1.159
Oorn, bush 10.",.547 Tar. bbln 16
Oai*. buKh 2.t«')o , RfHned pet. gals.... 817..".^.
Barley, bush 80.083 r'otf-nswed oil, pals . 184.5 M)
Peju'bush 3.»ti>. Luhricatins oil, gaj« 23O.¥S<i
Beans, bush 1.1341 Pork, bbis sto
Flour bbis ft.oU3i3eef. bbls 57
F".our! Fack* 2t.574 Bc«-f. tierres 122
Commfai. bb!s .... 2T> Bacon. D 1,615.425
Oatmva:, pki'» 3.7 -■• Hams. It) 58.fiu0
Bran. Tb . , 12.000 I^ard. - 2.220.210
Hay *■>«;<■« 1.225 - ar:ne. 7t> 60.900
Oiirake. Hj 1.575.»k» Tallow, ft 205.
Ep:rttß turp, gala... 15i),Gr»ase. rt> *79 <tt>o
Butter. !t) .... 20. -v Cheese. It) ..... ISS.IOU
EXPORTS LAPT WEEK.
•Wheat, bush H73.4P1 Pitch, bbla 86
Corn, bush 622.8111 Tar. bbls 88
Oats, bush .VT.IMS. Uenne<l pet, gals 7,251. 421
Barley bush _■ • ■■•'■ ■ Naphtha, gale 800. 4&0
Buckwheat, bush... 7.5471 Benxine. gais M.890
Peas, bush S.TM.'rtwilfip. 1....... 480
B«»ar.6. bush 4.ij+*i Residuum, gnls .... 801.66 a
Flour, bbls ..... 85.&71 Cottonseed oil. gals.. 307.780
Flour, sacks 71.415 Lubricating ,ii. gals 753.210
Eye flour, bbis +"• Pork, bbls 2.5K7
Cornmea.l. bhis 5.2*3 Beef, bbl* «4«
Feed. - ..... 47,<'4'» Beef. Ue.-ct-s *wv
Oatiaeal. pkgs 4.7>55 Bacon. ft 5,6r>6,>!75
Bra.i. m lS6.S4<t Hams, a 255.200
Hay. bcles 1.!>35 Lard, rb 4.550.120
Hops, bales ...... 240 Lard oil. gals 3.VJ
Alconoi. SB is .... 27.< Mi, Stearine. rb 60,;*")
"Whiskey, (rals <l.'.R*i Tallow. Ib &49,f100
Oilmeal. rb 756,:j7."i: Grease, rb .1.823,600
Oilcake. Ib 2. 657. 4iM). Butter, * 83.480
Spirits C»T| gai«.. 9, 1<>o: Cheese, rb 1,24»i.Jti0
RoMn. bbi« 2.0U5 j
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New-York. June 4. 1900.
COFFEE: — The local coffee market made a good start
thi* morning and continued to show underlying' strength
during the balance of the session. Shorts were uneasy,
loilowlng reports from Rio that new cases of bubonic
piayut had tK*"3 discovered. Furthermore, statistics were
friendly to the bull faction, while the wants of consumers
In the spot department appeared suddenly to became very
urirent, notwithstanding a shade, ...e.ier prices. The
market opened firm in tone, with price? unchanged to 10
t<.tn:s higher, and maintained the advance practically ail
<lay. While the European markets were closed in ob
servance of holidays, both Havre and Hamburg sent buy-
Ing orders for smtil amounts, which served to put fresh
confidence la local bulls and to undermine the convictions
of shorts. Trading was moderately active, .... the dis
tant months aheormng the bulk of attention. The official
csbies from Rio showed a sudden rise of 823 rata, pre
fum&bly based upon the ur.favcrable plague situation:
pantos was Srm. but not quotahly higher. Fliipmer.ts
Ircm the crop country continued en a very small scale,
•wniie the withdrawals fr-.m American warehouses con
tinued to grow at a lively rate. Thus the American
visibie further dropped off and a: the present time shows
a decrease of about 4<x»<m> bass, as compared with that
of a year afro. The market closed Srm in tone, with
price* net 5 to 15 points higher. Total eales -were 20,000
ba^s The market for epjt coffee was firm and fairly
■ctive. with prices on the basis of ("If for Invoice lots
of No 7 Rio. Receipts at Rio for the week Just ended
■were I Oimi bags, M^a.r.^-' 22.«i00 the previous week and
f>3.<«)o last year. Santos receipts aggregated 7.000 -■•?
as compared Witt 17,(x><r last week and 65,<«m* for the
same 1 eak a year as". Rio "-hipmems to the United
Btatea, 17.000 ',iig» Santos shipments to the United States.
6.000 tags; to Eur :■ 63.C00. The ........ cf coffee
taken from warehouses in the United States was 75.777
bags, as compared -srith Cj.S'U the previous ■*— and
67.<Vti* last year. Of 'the former amount Sew— re
ported* 0.484 bags.
The range of contract prices In the local market to-day
was -I" ! .. ,ws:
Oper,- Satur
ing. High. Low. Close. day.
Jane ' -■■ MS 7.25 7.3.>§ 1 7.40 7.13
July T.» T H". 7.20 7.3<K3'7.55 7.15
August 7.23 7.35 7.23 7.. ,03 7.35 7.15
gepttniber 7.25 "!.'J» 7.13 [email protected] 7.2!>
October — — — 7. .il 1 . •".:."■ 7.20
Xorember 7.30 7.25 7.30 7.30'if7.35 7.25
December 7.50 7.50 7.50 7.5067.85 7.45
January — — — 7.50<57.55 7.*."i
February — — — 7.r,5«?7.«0 7.M
March ' 7.60 7.85 7.53 7.M0T.<8 7.55
Foreign coffee irsrlcrts Santos— Coffee market firm;
good average Santas. BSitOt receipts, l.'»X» bates: Bt ck,
255.000 i»K3. Hsjnbunr — Holiday. Havre— Holiday Rio
— Coffee mark": firm: No 7 Rio, *Ssou; exchange, I»5-?.2C;
receipt*. 3,0<»0 bags; cleared for the United States, 4,000
ba«x cleared for Europe, I.OCO bag*; stock. 171.000 big's.
The statistical position cf Brazilian -■ Bh Is as follows:
To-<iay. Saturday. Last week.
New-York deliveries 14 -"- ■ 12.853 12,5»3
Baltimore aeliveries . . . 039 -"■•■'> 944
New-Orleans deliveries.. 3iy 517 M
Total deliveries 19.030 13,rtW 13.'«-
Newport stock 547.084 552.8&6 888.077
BaIrTTL ->- stock . ■.-•_".! 141.225 107.65 C
New-Orleans 33.673 34.190 30.172
ftnek at an ports 741.42* 187,458 769,847
Afloat 97.200 54.2W 24,2L'0
Visible -.•- .... S8».«28 841.068 181,141
Eame time ISSa . 1.231.4H4 1.225-.252 1.188,307
COTTON — To-days operations er the Cotton Exchange.
as well as the extent Jt pendulations. cild not reflect
ir.uch er.thufiaem on the part of either faction. At be.«-t.
the wop* of rinctuations did not ex-eei lo points. This
apper»nt indifference of the trade was largely aaM to an
ab*en>-e "f ntws from the Liverpool market, which closed
Fnciar night not to open until to-morrow morning — Whit-
Eiintlde hoii'lars. But. wnlie hesiu>nt. the local trade was
b-iliisr.iv inciir.ed on unfavorable ciop and weather news
from the South and evidence? of a bet er feellns abroad.
latter indicated by preaencs ol buyine Instead of sell
lag aden rfcm England and the Continent. Moreover.
New-Orleans appeared to be -atisfled with the extent of
Its ofclip* tic-ns on the bear sld» for the moment, while
the nubile at large ••vat- Inclined to purchase in the »x
pectatlcn of bullish cabley from Liverpool to— morrcw. The
market mace a eteady start, with prices 1 point lower to
6 points higher and following the call yraduaily worked
upward on light buying for the settlement, of local short
•rconnts arc moderate purchases for foreign and invest
■sent «■ ount- After —.;<..-■ the market wa« n°* •- 1 :
*nd etupidlv dull ........ the undercurrent
cf n«3tiroent. however, frleniiy to the market. The
wearher bulletins reported excessive rains since Saturday
througnoiit the Mlssiwippl Valley and Western belt with
the more easterly divisions pretty well drenched. Tha
forecast held out little ■ aac of an Immediate change for
The better. Cron testimony wan indicative of satisfactory
condition* Ir. the Atlantic States, but to the Westward
grass ■ .► ra^ieiy ea4ni=? In the fields, with Taxat report
.- . a years,
Tse lo^al bear factlc-n exr>re«»»«l less confidence In I bear
tsfc Oeyerp.njwn report n«-ri" Monday, and late In the dcy
■l-j.j-:^1 or. tse fear of bu!ll?h developments abroad to—
nsorrow. The n^arKet here closed very steady at a net ad
«ac« of RSio points.
.he bibbb at contract prices ta the local market to
day was a* follows:
Satur-
Oper.lng. High Low. Close. day.
- : "-» S.Sti B.M - :- <•;;■■"; - 4<; 8.30
Jai >' 8.02 5.44 8.3S -..-., 5.33
August 8.15 ._^ 8.13 8.23fi;>.22 8.13
6*p»«3iber 7.56 7.5*0 7.87 7.«M*r7.-j5 7.!H
Oe'-ober 7.72 7.7» 7.71 r.7 r.7« 7.6S
>o\ieicoer 7.5;, 7,54 75 « -„-,.' "-..
t* cen!O * r 7.68 7.«3 7.5,5 7.«287.63 7.53
January 7 765 7 M 7.6."#7.« i 7.55
February — _ _ 7.|.Y..-7 i Ui 7.37
»* rcc 7.64 7.71 7.63 7.0*r7.70 7.60
7iK, T * 7.U5 7.7167.72 7.82
■■» 7.87 - .7 707 7.73a7.75 —
Spot c<!-tf?n dosed Q-Jlet. with fjuotatioiis unchanged, on
the basis of 3c for middling- upland and »Vte for middling
»*ui.. "" a "* were 2(10 baies. Southern spot markets were
teierraptied as follow*: New-Orleens quiet, at 8 IS-16c;
Moo.'.c aranaal, at B 13-lfle; Savannah, holiday; Charles
ton ; A Ilißlr.gton. nothing doir.g; Norfolk nominal,
ft • B"-'rlinB "-' r li no r« nomlniil. at we: ::■ . , .j. nominal, at
?*. c; &---VHSI*. Quiet, at BVe»T*c; St. Louis dull, at
A 1»- !6c.
Tae export morement fellows :
'■ Great Britain. France. Continent.
£f^f» v 912 11.610
"° * ar i£l* ***Lson 2.158.7D9 «8rt.t525 2.570.670
~^*?* lp% * *' tae portm and interior p.)inia to-lay. co:a-
P» *o «:•!; t.;e same day laat week and last year:
p Last Lest Present
rS To-day. week. year. Block.
STSS? 1 l i HT was 16.951
5K? rt * BM ■• •" -•-■ 4.211 W. 878
£, cbi!e 5 « 2S 5.52h
biTariui, sa) 455 "- 21.17.«
£*7r7 rt ■^■:.:v:.v.v.v.;= „ 40) 5 172
10 £002
g° rr T >ik 193 6& 2.821 ».7<)l
S^TJ'™* •■'.'.'.'.'.".'.■■. 23 3
_5 l ?
M « -, ,-J.
'-• #l 4« I>J
!f! f r ; 5.2-1 S.T7S 9.503 244.707
v"t** a. 210 62 7.543
8t~r22l 10 ° " 732 3a:: - 1
2? *-*"»!* 7 Ait ■ «ji 2kA
Ci3c*cntti lii r,i -" T»«^
HH ™ etc » 250 834 371 11.S-.7
a-^tJi?' AiFa MEAL- in flour elrelaa was stupidly
eteiar \-<?C'? % mor * °*" to * RQmln »!. althor^fh quite
chjtrire .*"? tol 'i'' r ». not pretsirg ror sale and no gre:it
el-,1 *~ '• w heat nicr»c- - to Influence any concessions.
ZZ.-?- &•'«•«. t3f*)%tZ X,: winter ftralgbts, J3 3i«j»3 48:
patents. $3 flO^K 65; sprlat clears. $2 6G652 '...'.,
SS^V 1 *Wr. *2 7o^.*2SA; extra No _ winter. #2 50
.•IT, • Eo *17 s(i&*l7 75 jx-r ton. spot and to
ttS«'«" ,, nYE FLOCR— Quiet; -luotad: Fair to «o.kl.
-_SvLr rtc: ' c to fancy. $;s3o^s3t<» CORN MEAL
EAf^U^' JOlrtS: K:ta "irteJ. BIIMIWh to brand .
£„ —^ra»; quoted: Fln« while aad yellow. «5<6F
« "oej,*, 7J * S>C FEED- : all; <juot»C: Spring
rf* r - «Pft. »:• •**■*■■. to arrive. 300 rt |U coars* w:n
cm v Jif' ?3 . 7 , ;i " a * IS '' l£t!er - middlliiKs. »1«<8J18;
■Wan u 1 J i 6& "C*i7; hominy chop, 815 25- oil meal.
GkatX?* I '™ °* 1 e * ke - *3«a>J cwn oil cake. <1».
GRAIN^WHtAT— Th« wb«&t mirlMt yenienUr «v
about ok narrow and featureless from a speculative stand
point as It well could be and deserve the name of market.
Occasionally prices did not vary more than l-18c for a
half hcur or more at a time, and local operations re
vealed no sentiment of importance one way or th* other.
The fact that prices were moderately steady throughout
the cay was largely due to strength in corn. News that
distinctly related to wheat wag of a neutral character,
both crop advices and statistics offsetting each "other, so I
thai operators on both sides had very little to work on.
The visible supply decrease 'if 52.000 bush was a dlsap- I
pclntment to bull operators, although not more than
300.000 bush decrease bad been expected anyway. Other I
information along the line of weekly figures included a
decrease of 3.61X3,000 bush !n the Broemhel! statement of
wheat on passage, compared with 1,040.000 bush decrease |
In the Exchange figures, and world' 1 shipments of 6.941,- !
000 bush, or almost a duplication of last week's total, j
The local stock of No 2 red decreased 800 bush.' and the
contract stock at this point loaf 57.000 bush. Total stocks
at New-Tar* were 381, 2J0 bush smaller than they were a
■"*■'•'■:; ago. Crop and weather Information supplied miv-
BBrial for considerable comment, but furnished little op
portunity for actual operations during the day. On the
whole the crop news was bearish, although there was no
rain in the Northwest worth mentioning, and complaints
from there, still continued. It was from Southwestern
points that the most favorable advice* were heard. Sec
retary Cobum. of Kansas, predicted a crop of about
■.400.000 bush, claiming nn area In that State of 1,686.000
acres, compared with 3. 000 ayes in 1899. The Jan*
report of Snow mentioned but llt'e change In the winter
wheat condition slnre May 1. Little damage has also oc
curred in spring wheat States, but If the weather does
not become more favorable soon there will be a rapid
lowertns of condition. The area of spring wheat is !
fliehtly larger than last year. Northwest receipt! were !
again large, aggregating BaS cars, compared with 884 cars j
last year. Stocks In Northwest country elevators were re- I
ported at 4.871.000 bush, showing an increase for May of j
600,000 bush. A year ago the stock was 8.619,000 bush. !
Export business was reported nt 17 loads all ports. Quo- i
tatlons of cash wheat, fob afloat basis, were as'follirws: |
Xo 2 red. 82 1»c1 »c nominal: No 1 hard Duluth, 7<i"i»c prompt;
No 1 hard Manitoba, 70*»c prompt; No '. Northern Duluth,
74Sc prompt; No 1 Northern Chicago. 73Hc prompt .
CORN — The corn market was again In the hands of bull
operators on Monday, nnd having support of a vigorous
character from outside and other quarters prices made
steady gains all day. an-: in the local market closed 'ie
net higher. To assist bull operators in their endeavors to j
, bring about a higher level of prices there were reports of
light country acceptances from all quarters In the West
and a big ca*h demand. Chicago reported that at least
; 400.000 bush had be«n taken for shipment, with lnke j
rates up to lHc per bush. At the seaboard export trans
actions amounted to 60 ads Visible supply figures de
creased 808.000 bush for the week, there was a decrease
of 340.000 bunh in the local stock cf No 2 corn and a
reduction of 33S.WT0 bush in total storks at New-York.
I The world's shipments were about 1,000.000 bush smaller
I than the previous week. No 2 corn closed 43c. elevator
; and delivered, and 43 T ic fob afloat OATS— The j
'market for oats was without feature, except that ex- j
i porters were hufv, taking In all about 280,000 bush. Th* I
visible nupjily incr»a^ed 255.000 bush and the local stock
of Xo 2 oatp decreased 5,300 bush The total ati ck cf oats
I nt New- York showed an increase for the week of 254.700
1 bush. Xo 2 oats closed 28c; No 3. 25 He Mo 2 -white,
27 1 -c- No 3 white. 20 : -ic; track mixed. -" ; i 's27 He: track
white 27"-<S':s4"'-;c: No a white clips, 28c.., RYE—
1 Market steady. Xo 1 Western. 62c. and No 2 Western j
j 61 'jo. botii fob afloat; State rye. 57®58c, c i f. New-York
carlo
NEW-YORK PRICES.
Satur- :
Wheat: Open. Hlrh. Low. Close. da-,.
July 72 1-16 723-16 71 15-10 72H 72H
September 73H 731 i 73 1-16 73 H 7.". ■*
Corn:
July 42Ms 48 42 a* 48 42%
September 43 43 42* 43 1 * 42^
Lard:
I June -„ — — — $7 024 —
CHICAGO PRICES.
I June . ..' •ViS 66 65% 66 C3H '
T u!y «iS 66 T i Ci;- 2 66 <, 60%
Corn:
! June 37H 37% 37H 37"* 37H
July 37 1 37 15-16 37Vi »7T» 37%
j August — — — ' — ■'■" -
I Oats:
i June — — — 21H 21
I July 213-16 21** 21 H 21 * 21%
Lard:
JWy $662H $672H $6 02V4 $6 72 : is 6 62Vi
September 6 60 6 70 8 80 6 70 6 60
Ribs:
July 6 50 OH 6 50 6 65 6 45
September 6 47*-^ 660 8 47V4 600 648
Pork:
1 June 1105 1130 1105 11 27% 1106
' July 11 12H 1132% 11 12H 11 32 -3 1110
Receipts of breadstuffs at interior point;' In the thou- j
1 sands, last three ciphers <000) omitted, flour bbls. grain
bush, as follows:
Flour. Wheat. Com. Oats. Rye.Barley.
' Chicago 16 22 847 234 2 22 1
. Milwaukee 14 45 13 64 1 13
Minneapolis — 122 13 28 5 3
; Doluth — 2<>4 4« 41 — 1 j
St. Louis 4 28 M 81 — —
' Kansas City — 104 74 22 — —
j Toledo . — 16 79 13 1 —
Detroit .1 2 4 13 — —
j Peoria — — 7 19 — —
Totals 35 1,041 607 480 0 41
Shipments from these noir.ts:
Chicago 9 22 770 368 3 —
. Minneapolis 7 25 1 24 25 11 ,
Duluth -12 32 1 1 - 1
: Superior — 131) 1 69 — —
: St. Louis 8 7 «2 24 — —
Kant-is City ....... — 67 17 5 — —
Toledo — 2 Cl 8 1 —
Detroit — 2 1 — — —
Peoria — — 1« 67 — —
Totals 26 253 930 553 31 12
Receipts at Atlantic ports:
' New- York 16 153 47 <52 17 8
Bret or. 3 346 17 24 — —
Philadelphia — — 108 27 — —
Baltimore 7 3 165 4» — —
Newport Sews .... — S ■'>•» — — —
>;eTv_orlear.s — 32 13 9 — —
Galvest jn — '•£> — 1 — —
Totals .26 567 435 169 17 S
Exports from Atlantic ports:
New- York ......... 27 309 104 2 — 00 I
Boston — 113 04 — — — j
j Philadelphia — — 1"J 102 — —
I Baltimore — — 103 — — — 1
' Newport Xews .... — S S*> — — —
; aalfaston — 80 — — — —
Totals T27 616 494 104 — 00 J
METALS— Speculation -was very slack in the market for
metais to-day. This was caused by the absence of cable
' advices from London, that market beins closed since last .
Friday. There was a generally gteadv undertone, how- ,
I ever, "in anticipation of favorable reports from abroad to-
I morrow. Tin In the local market ruled quiet and noml-
I naJly quoted at $30. "' '■ Iron warrants were weak anJ .
unsettled Lead continues dull and unchanged on the
I basis of $3 97 > -2'7M '"26. ana spelter also ruled dull at
1 $4 45Q54 50. Lake copper was dull and unchanged at ,
I $18 75. The brokers' price for lead was $4. and for spel
'mOLaSbES AND SYRUPS— The market for the latter
MOLASSES AVD STRLPtJ — Tha market tor the latter
! staple was strong on continued urgent demand from both
i the export contingent and domestic Interests. Prices a:
j the close were ■■• Unit stronelv upward, with .■■-- ex-
I tremely conservative. '•'. lasses was firm, •■..■ . moderate j
■ call from the country and city trade. Quotations follcrw: i
New-Orleans centrifugal, common. 12313o: fair. I4®i&c; ]
gr-od 2Ui?2Sc- prime. 30<S37e; New-Orleans, open kettle-, j
\ 44056 c: Porto Rico. S4«j4oc. Syrups, common. 1'.f£20,-;
; fair 15910 c: pood. 17318 c: prime. 21^2Sc: fancy. 25©28 c.
OCEAN FREIGHTS — In the market for steam and sail j
i tonnage to-day there were no changes in the general con- •
! ditions of either, and but very little business was com- ;
• pleted Quotations to Liverpool were 3 4 - I; London. 4f»d; I
■ Giaegow, 3\nl; Bristol. 4^d; Lelth. 4'u.i: Hull. * -:i 1
' 4 i *d; Newcastle, 4 1 id; Antwerp, 4"».i, relets, Hamburg, 1
! S2 1 ; pfga, prompt, later; Rotterdam, B%c. July; Amster
j dam, 0e; cotton to Liverpool, per 100 Ib. 20c; London,
j oats, July, 2s 3d©2s 4 .ad.
OILt — Cotton*red oil »as again weak and unsettled.
I with prime summer yMlow offered at Bse for June, and
I very little demand for oil at any price. Refined petroleum
j quiet and steady. Linseed oil steady. Wo quote:
i Petroleum, bbls. $«. and in bulk. $5 45; Philadelphia,
• bbls. $7 95. and In v-:k.v -:k. $3 40; refiner", cases. New York.
!*9 30; deodorized naphtha. $11 05; cottonseed '.:. prime
' crude, bbls, 32c, nominal: prime summer yellow. 35c,
j June: off summer ye.low. 84%935< butter grades, nomi
! nal: prime while. B7OS8e; prime winter yellow. 38c; city i
I lir.seed. American raw 65g(5<Ic: American boiled. (37® !
! 6Sc; Calcutta raw, 76c;-. Western Hnse»d oil quoted 2c I
i ur.<ler city rands; lard oil. 55557 c.
PROVISIONS — Helped by th-» strength in corn the
provision market developed a good deal of bullishness .
and advanced quite rfiarply throushout the day, closing 1
strong at the lw?st point. Live hogs opened a, little lower, :
i Lur me^tinj a good demand^ recovered all 0? the loss.
I Arrival* at Chicago am anted to 40,000 head, with 28.00Q
i expected on Tuesday. ICaniiae City ha.l 8,000 and Omaha
I 1.800 head PORK — Steady. Quoted: leas. $11 "'■ 1 <
$'--•■ family. $13 5(V5«14 50; short clear, $13 50©514 50. I
BEEF — Quiet; men IS SO^CIO; fam;;-. $113512: 1
packet. ?10<3$ll; extra India mesß, $l«(?fsir BEEF '
i HAM.=— Quiet. Quoted at 8300821.. DRESSED HOGS !
— Steady, Quote/1: Bacons, 7c; lhO n 7c: 160 Ib, 7c; p-". 1
"- ■■•: He COT MEATS— Pickled bellies firmer. Quot- !
ed: Smoking bellies, B^c; 10 Ed Be; 12 rb, T%c; 14 IT). :
7"* c. Pickled • ouldera steady quoted at B%c Pickled [
hums quiet: ••voted at 10'^'51f> s ic TALLOW — Weak, ,
I City. 4 : 4tH ! S.c : country. 4%Q44ae. LARD— Strong:
I qur.ted at 7<»Sc. City lard firm; quoted at 8.40 a Refined
' lard firm. Quoted: Smith America, 7.80 c; Continent, 7 Li
i Brad] Icegs. >■ Compound auiet. Quored: City. fl^S'l^e: j
I Western, O^tjOHc . PTEARTNE— Weak. Quoted: Oleo, j
I fl'iljCSc: city art! Btearme, 7 L i©7^ic.
RICE — There was no marked tnrrease In trade on the
op"n!ng to—day, but a fair business was In progress .lur- |
in»r the «»«*ion, on abrut the basis of former rate* Quo- |
tatlons follow: Domestic, common to low fair. 3 1 4 f S4'ic; 1
fair to good, 4%Q6c prime to choice. 3 H ijfs^» c ; hes'l. 1
D%06%e; Patna. 4 : r4%i'-- Japan. 4«455c; Java. 4>,i®
I 4\<?: Rangoon, in bond. 2®2 I*c.1 *c.
: BT'GAB — refined m^nr market was strong and i
! active, with buyers nnomentarily expecting another rise
of 10 points on all grades. No change waa made, how- ■
ever, but one may Meat at any time. Quotations follow: ;
; Cut loaf and crushed, f>c; lon Inos — half bbla only) and ■
mould A. 6.85 c; Eabea and XXXX powdered, 5 7.'..- pow- !
• der«l. coarre powdered ami fruit powdered. S.7oc Eagle !
j conftctloners' granulated. .1 v '«' Eagle coarse granulated !
and extra Saa *ranu!at<»'3. 5. 7Be Eagle 2 Hi c.artrms. 2 j
Id aaja and 3 fb bags of fine granulated, 5.70 c; Eagle j
fine granulated, standard Eranulaied ar.d Itamond A, 5 80c; 1
confectioners' A. 5.4.V; See 1. 2 and 3. 5.26 c; No 4. 3.20 1
! No 5, i.lSe; So « 5.10 c: Ho 7. 5.06 c; No 8. sc; No 0.
4.03 c; No 10, 4.90! No 11. 4.86 c No* 12. 13. 14, 15 and i
16, 4.*0«". Th» raw sugar market was Inactive, but i
very etrong throughout t!in day. with prices .... up— i
ward on gocd demand. Bins at the clote Included 4 lac j
for u<*> test c*ntrifugal. 4ac for Mi test muscovado and I
2 15-ICo for «i» lest n lasses sugar. Import offered j
sparingly and at a fhaoo better prices, prefer:-. to .
await tc-moiTcw's news from London i>efnre parting with {
futher supplies. It wns reported American buyers we •■ ,
prepared to make further overtures to European sellers i
in the morning, should trey be unable to secure desired !
amounts Bare.
NAVAL STORES.
Spirits turpentine developed in easier undertone under
! unsatisfactory reports from the South and the Indifference
I of buyers. At the duaa prices were a shade lower. X sir:
i ruled but stea.l*- at anc*d prices. Quotations follow:
TAR — Regulars. $2 10 do oil. bills. $4 23.
: SPIRITS TfRPENTINE — i i«»49'4c.
ROaiX — Common to good strained, M; B, $185; F,
! 8170 O. $175; K. $1 W); I, 92; K. $2 20; M. $2 40; X.
i $2 ,'jO. W G. $2 70. W W, $2 88
STOCK.
I Rosin 10.524 bbla
, fipiriu turpentine 1.301 bhls
; Tar 2.58S bblß
Charleston. June i. — Tu-penttne market quiet, un
1 changed. Rcaln quiet, steady.
Wiimir.gtcn. June 4. — Spirits turpentine — Nothing doing
i iitwM»«ni M receipts, 100 -li!KS Ro^in uteudy, $1 <..".«
• $1 10; rocelpta, 10 tubs. Crude turpeniine .juiet. $1 800
! *2S(i; receipts, I'M DDI». Tar firm, $1 40; receipts. Itis
; bhls.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New-York. June 4. IJMTO.
BEAN'S AND PEAS— market has devwoped a little
stronger tone, en both marrow srd .■ ••: kidney; nat
many tales of Uie former <v yet above t- '-0. but bolder*
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. JUNE 5. 1000.
are trying to get 22 I*.1 *.- more for choicest lots. Red kidney
are held generally at $2 15. but It Is still a full selling
price; white kidney firm and scarce; yellow eye steady;
turtle soup dull and weak; California lima held up pretty
well; foreign beans show no quotable change; green and
Scotch peas quiet, but Mti'i.dy. We quote: Bean*, mar
row, choice, per Luah, $2 20: do medium, choice, $212^0
$2 15: do pea. choice, bble, $2 27i^®J2 30: do bag*, $2 12Vj
•i--2 15; do whit* kidney, choice. $2 25; do yellow eye.
choice. $2 30; do black turtle -up. choice. $1 ta^l 70;
do lima. California. |3 o-4*isC 55; imported pea, fair to
prime, $1 flOifis2 : do medium $1 ijTigjil 85; green peas,
bags. SI 15: do Scotch, bags. 51 ISgfl 1714.
BUTTER — There was no further change in the market.
Fresh arrlvalß were quite liberal and trade very moderate.
but a good deal of stock is ffolng into storage chiefly on
owners' account, and values have hel.l steady In oonae
quence. There wag very little open speculative buying.
Fancy creamery Cram ail sections sold at 20c generally,
but that figure was exceeded for some exceptionally fancy
lots, and generally In long lines. The quality of the butter
Is averaging -■ high that the range of prices Is nar
row, very little stock having to go helow ISo. State dairy
shows no quotable change. Imitation creamery' steady and
fresh factory is holding up pretty well, though the
receipts are larger, and rather more stock offering at
18 than beret re '•>■ quote; Creamery, extras, per
ft, 2.. . do firsts. lO^-glOSc; do seconds. 18tt®10c; do
thirds, 16H©l"%c; Stale dniry. half flrkia tub?, extras.
IDe; do Welsh tuhs. extras. li>o; State dairy tube, firsts,
l^fjjlsSc; do seconds. 17<gn'72C; do thirds. Itttfjltj'-sc;
Western Imitation creamery, extras, l.Sc; do firsts, 18H W
17c do lower grades, 15H'«lflc: Western factory firsts. 10c;
do seconds, lS^c; do lower grades. :-;-;■: 15c renovated
butter, fancy, l*Sfl>>!sc: do common to prime. 15&017 O.
CHEESE — Bupnllea of large, full cream cbeea* were
rather liberal acain to-day, hut the hUh cost in the coun
try caused a firm holding amonir the receivers, though
the flrmnesß ir.terfere.l with the. demand, and the market,
enpecially for colored, is rather-quiet. There was torn*
cal! for fancy dead white cheese, and such bad a possible
ViUue of il^xc. but nearly everything on the platform
showed more or less of the yellowish tinge, and averagu
trrades were difficult above fl;&t) I <»c. Fancy large colored
wer« difficult to place freely above O^ic. bat some of the
specially desirable factories were sold at B%c Small sizes
in liberal supply and tone easy, with &%e the extreme top.
Skims nuiet and unchanged. At Watertown on Saturday
sales 6, 600 boxes large. si .'.'■% Montreal buyer taking
1,500 boxes at »*»•:. and email at &V503%0, At Canton
sales 1.700 boxes large and 886 boxes twins at 99 L »c. Liv
erpool cable, tils. We quote: State, full cream, dead
wnite. finest. li^s'i/O'tc; do grass tinge, white, finest, 'My
0^4o; do colored, large, nnest. oK®B%e< do fair to good,
S?iff«c: do sm-ill. colored, finest. -:■-■■ fin
est. N v s'£rK : *ic; do good. S'»c; do poor to fair, 7 i fci& J S'c;
llgtit £klms, small, choice. (I'tjißO^c; di> large, choice. 6^»
:''.■. part slcims, small, crime. 54f5 L jc; do large, prime,
6<SSHo; cio fj.;r to goud. 4®4 l»c;l »c; do common. 2 -Mr, full
skimp, ISfl'ic.
ECJGS — Fancy goods are none too plenty and show a
fairly steady tone; there la a surplus of medium and
lower grades for which there is pressure to sell cr.d a
'.■<■ . we-, ie and irracular market. We quote: Jersey and
nearby, fancy selected, vr dozen. 14c; State. Pennsylvania
an . nearby, cuoil to prime, 13©13Hc: Western, loss of?,
12'~sS13c: do selected, fancy, at mark. 12'ac; do good to
prime, 1: mark. ii -••'•: 12. do under grades, IOVb&Hc;
Kentucky. loVjc: other Southern. lOjflOftc; interior, ."•&
9c- candled seconds, 10c: dirties. 9OBH ■. checks. 7fe".to.
BTIUITS — FRESH — Receipts of apple* are light and
m»t;ti::g a fair demand. Strawberries . were In heavy
supply, largely in very had condition, and pressed for
saie at uiiy reasonable offer; must sales at 3d 4c per qt.
Fancy dry blue huckleberries would bring good prices;
small black kinds offering are. dragßlnjj at 10c. rarely
rtuching tee latter price. Southern cherries mostly of
common kind and quality, and hard to move even at
low figures. Peaches quiet: stock generally unattractive
as yet. Fancy cultivated blackberries brine full prices;
common and wild neglected. Florida muskmelana Irreg
ular; most sales at $1 »S2 per crate. W^ quote: Ap
ples. Ben Davis, fair to fancy, per bbl, $4@ss: do fair
ti) prime. $4rfj#4 ."O; lUhßet. ibury, fair to prime, $a s«>
©$4. strawberries, Jersey, fair to good, per qt, 4^Cc; do
inferior 2S".'Jc; upper Maryland and Delaware, fair to good.
48)<Sci lower Maryland and Delaware, average prime. 4@
sc; do inferior, ltjric; huckleberries. North Carolina,
black, per at 8^1()c; gooseberries, email, green, per at.
B©B cherries, Virginia and rth Carolina, Black Tar
tarian, per 8 tti bas-ket, 70®80c; do larga white and red,
40@tii!c: do common, 30® 40c; do red and white, per small
bask C, 20®25c; Maryland and Delaware, sour, per it,
S:J?(Jc: peaches, Georgia, common early, per carrier, $125
<<Xs\ 76; Florida, Japanese varieties, per earner, $1 50®
$2 50: do common early, |] ;1 . 90; blackberries. North
Carolina cultivated, fancy, large, per qt. lti@lßc; do small,
4gSc; watermelons. Florida, each, as to size. 40@75c;
muskmelons, Florida, choice to fancy, per crate. $2 50;
do poor to fair, Jlu<2, pineapples, Florida, Red Spanish,
245, per case. $3 2" $.".",•'. do 36s to 30a per case, $2 73
©S3: Porto Rico. each. 25<3f>0c; Key West, Red Spanish,
per case. J2faS2 75.
FRUITS — DRIED — Market for evaporated apples con
tinues quiet and easy at abcut former prices; prime sel
dom exceed 5%e, with outside figures rather extreme on
other grades. Sun dried apples dull and weak. Chops
and waste show no material change; outside figures gener
ally extreme Small fruits In limited supply. California
fruit quiet. We quote: Apple*, e\-aporated. fancy, per Ib,
7@Bc; do choice. CQtJ^ic: do prime. sJifitlc:5 J ifitlc: do common to
good, 4®'5 l ie; do sun dried, sliced. 4S5c; do quarters. 3's
<g4vjc; do chops, per 100 Ib, $lt!$l 50: do cores and skin*,
OOc(g$l; raspberries, evapor-ted, 14g15c: cherries, ISO
18c apricots, California. Moorpark. 14gi«e; do royal,
12HC13'4c; peaches. California, peeled. ltf<g2oc; do un
peeled. GiffP'tc; prunes, California, 3'l:ff7c.
HOPS— Holders are asking full late prices, and there is
P«rhapa a little stronger feeling, though this dees not
affect prices much is yet. In some quarters there seems
to be a little more Inquiry, but _ ... trade ■ kept In
check by the cold weather. " - quote: State, 1880,
choice, per Ib. ISc: do goo 1 to prime, 11S12C: do poor to
fair. B@10c; do 1898, 5-SOc: Pacific '"oast, 1891*. choice,
13c: <lo cood to prime, lIJEI2c: do common to fair. fiSI
10c; do IMW. 5(?9c; State or Pacific Coast, old olds. 205 c,
POULTRY— ALIVE— Receipts, one carload of Western.
Advices Indicate light supplies for the wee! and with a
fair demand the market rul?d firm and higher on fowls
and rocsters. Chickens In light receipt and without ma
terial char.se. Turkeys, ducks and geese dragging at
former low prices. Pigeons steariy. We quote: Sprinsj
Chicken*, nearby and Western, per Tb. 20022 c: .Southern,
18c; fowls, per lb. lie roosters. 7c; turkeys, 7'fJSc: ducks,
per pair, 40 > &tX)c: geese. 70c@$l; pigeons _:■;""
DRESSED — The receipts of Iced fowls were comparatively
moderate to-day, and. with invoices for the balance of the
week not considered heavy, the feeling v.*as nrm. with 10c
generally a^ked tor average finest marks. thoueh that fig
ure was extreme on SOl western General demand was
moderate, but stocks gradually ■■._•.■ Quite a
number of iot.^ showed up In poor order, the ice having
all melted off. and such had to be forced for sale from
Itc down. Western broi>rs In moderate supply and firm
for choice full grown lots, but small and thin slow and
irregular, A jrnod many Eastern and Long Island spring
ducka rare carried over from ;la« week, and the market
la easy. Only small, icattertnj; . lots of Eastern spring
geese arriving. Philadelphia and other nearby poultry and
squabs nominally unchanged. FYozen poultry generally
quiet. We quote: Ic«d: Turkeys, hens, average beat, S®©c;
do ns, 7;; do poor, '■■■■'■■: broilers. Philadelphia, 3 to I
Ib 1 r era| to pair. 27(gn''c; do 2 to 3 lb avercse, 20925 c;
do Western and Southwestern, dry picked. 3 Ib and over
average to pair, 18@19c; do scalded, 10<J17c; do under
3 tb. 12®1."c; fowls. State and Pennsylvania, good to
prime, 1O@1O%C; <io Western, scalded. 10c; do Western,
dry picked, average small, l()c: do large, 9Hc , do South
ern and Southwestern, prime. OVaClOc; do poor to goirf.
"ft'Jc; old roosters, OQU'-tc: ducks. Eastern and Long
Island, eprinir, per Ib. 14 f /tl5o; la'oa, choice, large,
while, per dozen. $2 259|2 6l>; -3o small and dark, $19
$1 25; do ills, 60@73c. . ten: Turkeys, young hens,
No ', 12®12%c; m red youn? hens and toms, No 1,
ll§12c; young 1 toms. No 1. lie; broilers, fancy, dry
picked, l«018c; do scalded, 13S"lic; do fair to good. lOjj
12-.-; chickens, fancy, soft met ■ .. 12'9'12';c; <io average.
No 1, B^lOc; fowls, dry picked. No 1, OitO'sc; do plain,
Sf;SVic; capons, fancy, larpe, 15c; do medium weights,
18@14c; ducks, fancy, lOtfllc; do average. No 1, B®B
gte.«p. average be"' jJglUc.
I'OTATOES AND VEGETABLES*— New potatoes In
heavy supply to-cTay. and while demand we* fairly active
prices continue low; old potatoes irregular In quality and
value. Bermuda steamer brought nearly 40.000 crates of
on:uns md market rul»d weait and lower; other onions
held about Htesdy. Asparagus in larger supply an weak
at the lower flgures quote!; canners bought considerable
stock at about > 25. Cabbages In liberal supply, but
demand active anrl market tlrm and higher. Cucumbers
continue weak and declining. Peas In fair supply and a
tr!!le lower. String beans continue in excessive supply
and weak, with any r»a!«onable bids accepted and outai<lV>
quotations rather extreme. Squash dragging. Turnips
weak. Tomatoes without material change. We quote:
Southern Rosa, fair to fancy, per bbl. $15099223; Chill
white, fair to fancy. $1 r><vs*2: Chili red, $1 50Q$l 75;
seconds. *ISsl 25; culls. 50U7r>c; domestic old. prime,
$1 13©$1 57; do per bag, $1 lU'&SI 25; do common. 750®51:
aspnrasui>. Colossal, per dozen bunches. S3 50 1 ? $5; extra
prime, S2fis:i; prime, $1 - •■■"'. culls. 75<"S$1; benta.
Long Island, per 100 bunches, *3<S si to Southern, $lSs.'i;
rsbbage. Norfolk, per bbl crate, $1 12£$1 25; do per bbl.
$!£SI 2S; do North Carolina, per bbl crate, Slusl 25; de
Charleston, per crate, 81991 25; cucumbers, Charleston,
p«r basket, 73c@$l 29; do Savannah, 75c4r$l; do Florida,
per basket. Qoc#|l 2, r ); do per crate. 50cQ$l; onions. Ber
muda, per crate, $1 10981 15: do - tian, per bun. 82 23;
do New-Orleans, per obi. $2@5223; do per bag. Jl 05^
$1 10; peas, Jersey per half bbl basket, SI .. :v:: v : 25; do
ilarvlar.d 1 . per banket. SI9SI 26; do Eastern shore, per
half bbl basket, 7Sc9SI; do Baltimore, per hair bbl bas
ket, 75cfP$l; string beans. North Carolina, per bush ba»
ket. 50@75c: do Charleston, per basket, 40978 c; do Savan
nah, per basket, 40®«5c; squash. Southern, per basket,
80.-ffSl; turnips. Jersey, white, per; 100 bunches, |I©*2;
tomatoes, Florida, per carrier, 75cS$3.
HAY AND STRAW— HAY— Receipts for Sunday and
Monday were light, but more than ample with euch ac
cumulation as has formed for the still sluggish market
Small bal 1 of the c")o<l lower named qualities held closely
to last ra:e.=. but for No 1 and prime grades -re was
2'-n difference quoted In favor of buyers. It may be
ea'.d that the feeling which prevails, though quiet, gains
considerable stamina from the accredited possibilities of &
smaller cr-)p than was earlier Dated. During the
Inst week son>e fair low of ihlpptng hay were taken
for the West Indies. We quote: Prime lars* bdles. per
100 IT.: S7 I s'&l!0c; No 1 do. -„-■■ No 2 do. - 1-2 ■■
No 3 d>>. "-.."" rejections, SO^tiOo STRAW —
Firm, with some moderation in supplies. We quote:
Good to X: I long; rye 72H©77Hc; best marks. S<Jc.
Receipts of hay and straw In tons reported at the. Produce
Exchange at noon to— day: Hudson River Railroad. 420;
Erie. 710; Pennsylvania. 20: West Shore, 70; Lehigh Val
ley, 10; river boats, 260: total, I.4SK> tons. Receipts of
straw: By river. 130 tons; by rail 20: total. IB tons.
Eiijin. 111., June 4. — Butter «a. . scarce on the Board of
Trade to-day. Not a pound was offered for sale.. The
quotation committee reported tha official market at lfi^ic
LIVE STOCK -MARKETS.
N'ew-Tork. June 4. 1800
WEEKLY RECEIPTS.
Beeves. Cows. Calves. --.-. >• Hops.
! Jersey City 2.383 ----- 2.128 20.023 6.157
i Slxtleth-st 8,464 238 6.600 4.941 20
; Fortleth-Bt ...... — 14,733
! Wail Shore R. i.. 3.274 41 41 667 — — ■
; L^high Valley .... 1.1579 — 3,87::
Wee haw ken ... 432 —
i Scattering — 66 88
__ _^
j Totals . . 11.401 200 11.553 33.570 25.252
j Totals last week...ia22» I*l 14.9C53 27.988 25.305
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
Live Live Qra. of
Cattle. Sheep. Beef.
! Eastmans Company, E.i Lm:anla — — 1,936
, 6wirt i Co.; 5a Columbian 143 — 2,«87
prrirt & Co.. Ss Marquette — — 2.250
Nelson. Mnrris. Ss Curie — — 2,7(10
i Nelson Morris. Ss Germanic — — \.*»n>
: Nelson Morris, Ss C'-lumtjian 432 — •- —
Armour i Co.. Ss Cunc — — 1.700
G. H. H.-iir.nrn! Co., -« Columbian — — 1.7-14
.1 Shamberir & Son. Ss Cunc 230 — —
i J. Shamii^rs; & Son. Ss Marct'ieite. . . . 101 — —
Schwarzsi-hiU! & Sttlzberger, Ss Cufle. . 220 — —
'■ Schwarzschild & Sulz., Ba Marquette.. 191 — 2.138
1 Sohuarzsciiiia 4t . u tilz.. Bs New-Yorlc. . — — 1).*.2
I W. A. Shermnn. Ss Hindoo 200 — —
■■ MlKeellant-ou*, Ss Trlridiid 72 5O —
! Total exports l.OrtK 50 17.&48
Total ... last wej-k .... .2 508 HO . 290
Boaton exports this week 2.153 L 305 12.0 iii
■ liiltinuir? exjoirts tills we«k 1.546 2.1H3 2,fiiiS
Philadelphia exports this iveek KM! — 1.432
• Portland exs"*''!" ilils w«ek 2.12 — —
Newport New* experts this week 700 — —
Montreal exports this vrsek 2.<!73 1,431 —
To London 2,5*11 — 7.460
To Liverpool 1.388 4.14(1 25.8U4
To GlasKuw L' ; i" aai —
To Manch<»««rr Mfl 201 —
T» Hull .... M 0 — —
T'> Sou'hamptnn >••••« — — M
To Bermuda nnd W^st Indies 72 50 —
Total* to all p-irts 9,073 4.!y.i0 34. io«
{Totals al! ports l«rt week 0.778 2.525 21i.(i34
QUOTATIONS FOR BEEVES.
Good to choice , •:■ — ititers $3 3QOSS S3
Medium In fair native |t««ri -1 l*Vf/ 3 25
Cummon and ordinary native steers 4 25# 4 go
Oxen and slags - iu-a 4 36
Bulls and dry ran 2 25® 4 25
Good to choice native steers one year n.fr> 5 '-0® 5 60
BEEVES Receipts (two days). 271 cars, or 4,747 head.
Including SO cars for export alive. ISO fir the butchers
and 36 for th- market, of which 33 were at Jersey City
and 3 at Sixtieth-"t. There was a moderate demand, at
frenerally steady prices for all stock offered; bullg were a
little weak; the feellnp at the close was firm for steers
on Western advices. Common to choice native steers Bold
at 84 50?WS 33 per liiO It. Including distillery fed at
?5 255 53 it); a pair of fat Western oxen at *" 13: bulls
at $3 258*4 25; 1 -■•:• fat bull at $4 00: gtw at $2 251J
$4 for extremes, with no choice dry fed cows offered.
l>r»«»*d beef in fair demand at 7gs ] - ■ per Tb for native
sides. Liverpool and London cab lea quoted United States
cattle selling at 12H613Vie per Id, dressed weight; live
sheep at 14^13c per R>, dressed welg-ht. Shipments to
day and Tuesday include 150 cattle on the Boston City
to Bristol for Sehwarzschil.l A SulzLifrijer. on the Tanrlc
to IJverpool 2<>o cattle and 1.016 sheep for J. Shamberg
v Son. aiM) cattle for Srhwarzschild * Sulzberß-r and
4. '!«> quarters of beef (estimated) for other shipper*.
Sales — Sherman & Culver: 16 ChicaßO steers. 1258 Tb
avaran, at *5 53 Tier 100 rb: 20 do. 1201 rb, at $" 4(1; 1*
do, 11 06 n at |5 20; 20 dr>. 1106 Tt>, at $?• IS; 1« stable fed
Pennsylvania do. 11U8 A, at 55 40; 28 do. 1122 it,, at
$5 20; 1 do. 1200 !t>. at |53(fc 5 dr.. 10S0 rh, at S510; 18
distillery fed do. 1204 R). at $5 40: 18 do, 1171 IT), at
$5 40; I'- do. 1108 ft, nt $5 30; 10 do, 19 It), at *•"> 30;
IS do. 1 1 S:t rb. at $3 25; 1 bull. 1770 It), at $4 SB 1 d) .
1140 rb, at 25; 1 cow. NO rt>, at 93 20; 1 do. MO rb,
a i 12 25.
S. Sanders: IS Illinois steers, 1307 It), at »3 30: 6 do.
125."> rb. Nt $5 43: 10 do. 1252 lb. at S5 43: 13 do. 1100 m.
at 37H; Ist <10. 1101 rb. .it $5 32-2. 12 do. 1131 It), at
•3 -" '■ do. 1151 ft, at « IS: B bulls. 822 Tb. at »4 3
do. 886 TT>, at $3 9O : 2 do. 7f-<> -. a: »3 S3: 2 cows. 1203
rb. ai $" B0 I do. 888 ft, at .<:'..'><>. 8 d. . ■*& IT), at $3 10:
4 do. -■- rt). at $2 80; 10 Jo. 714 IT), at J2 53; 2 do. 720
Ib, at $2 50.
>*"«■■ & Co.: -. stable fed Pennsylvania stesrs. IIS)
Ib, m $5 IS 14 do. S!>2 ft, at $4 55; 3 cows, 881 Ib. at
$2!tf>; 2 <!<!. 31MJ R), at $2 50.
McPherson & Co.: IS Chicago steers. 1387 rb. at $5 45;
1!) (to, 1217 ft, at 93 -" 1 cow. 050 ft, at $3 50.
M. Collins: 1 bulls. lUIO ft at 90.
S. Jndd & Co. : 2 bulls. UOO rt), at $4 10; 1 cow, 800
tb. Hi $3; « do. 735 m. at $2 60.
Tcbin & Shawn n 2 State -tA«rs. SSO Tb, at $4 50; 1
bull. 10150 It), at $4 2«; 3 do. !>33 It), at $4: 11 do, 703 IT).
at $3H>: 3 do, 743 Ib. at S3 75; i do 403 Ib, at pa;
1 cow, 1200 ft. at $3 50; S do. 800 ft. at $2 SO; 3 do. 736
rb. at $2 or> : 1 flo. ftio Ib. at $2 st>.
I. - :imt.erx & Bon: 111 Chicago steers. 1236 It), at
$r>;;i >1 i: 4 do, 1247 ft. at $5 25; 2 oxen. 1750 Ib. at $3 15.
Jelliffe, Wrirht & Co.: 2 bulls, 1175 B at $4 2<>; « do,
lf«)2 Ib. at $4; 8 do. 7*> ft at $.-'.'.«>. l do, 790 Ib, at
$3 75: 1 do. 400 ft, ut $3 25: 1 cow. 105<) Ib. at $3 50; 3
do, 867 It), at $3 40: 1 do. •".'•«> IT', at $3 25; 1 do, 880 ft,
at $3: 1 do. 440 ID. at 52 75: 5 db, 878 ft, at $2 60.
J. O. Curtis & tior. : 2 balls, 9M) it, at $4 10; 1 do. 1000
Tb, at $4; 10 do, 600 rb, at 18 !K): 2 do. 605 ft, at S3 70;
2 oows, 800 tb. at $.•'.; 4 do, 7.*7 It), at $2 70: 6 da. 7,"3 th
at J2 HO.
H. H. Hnllis: 5 bulls. 11R(5 rh. at $4 10; 3 do, OSO IT), at
$4: 3 do. 7;:;; ft, a- $." 75; 2 cows. 'Mr. Ib. at $2 50.
J. H. Home ft Bro. : 1 bull, 1230 ID. at $4; 1 do, 740 Th,
at n7O i cow. ago Tb. it $3 10.
P. M 'Cabe 1 caw, UfiO ft, at $4: 1 do. 1000 Ib. at $3 73.
MILCH COWS OnIy 10 head were received, and thert
were no «'s« to-day. IV- Ing very dull and weak. Sei!
ors estimated common to choice cows, calf Included, to
biinn $2r,#sr;o.
CALVES — Receipts, two days. 0,046 head, all for the
market. With the stale calves there were 6.004 head on
aale. 3,015 at Slxtieth-st. and 1.080 at Jersey City. The
market opened only moderately active: prices better than
on Saturday, although not up to last Wednesday's tigrurps.
Demand sufficient to dear the p«-n3. Common to choice
reals sold at the lower yards at $4 vi*!tu\ so: a v»ry prime
lot -it $7; at the upper yards prices ranged from M '•" to
■8 7S, with general sales at $4BossS3o; culls an.l littl*
calves went as low as $-4: buttermilk calves rani from
$4 to $4 "0; mixed lota from $4 to $5 02 '•-. and a few fed
calves sold at S3; city dressed veals steady at S^flOc per
Ib; country dres»<vl it I JH) little calves at s'S*sc.
— Je!!lft>. Wright & Co.: 179 veals. 145 Ib averaf?"*.
at $(I.V) per 100 IT); 4*4 do, 137 It), it *6 25: 38 do, 144
Tb. at SB 15; 126 da. 124 ft, at $«; 11 do, 127 Ib, at $5;
135 do (few buttermilks). 13.1 Ib. at $3 62 1 i: 28 mlxM
calve?. 1.12 Ib. at $4 75: 71 buttermilks. 170 Ib. at $4 50;
2 do, 125 Ib. at $4; " veals, IS7 Tb. at $7.
H. 11. Hall is: 12C. reals. 132 lb, nt N ■•- : 141 do,
144 rb. at $Hso : 50 do. I3S rb. at $625; 1C« do, 131 Ib, at
$li; 2 do. 106 !T>. at >.". S7 ! «: *4 do. 138 It), at $5 50; 74 do.
124 IT), at So 25; ft do, 242 IT), at $5: M mixed calves.
121 ft. at S4 85; 103 do. •'■■<■ Ib. at $4 73 7.% do, 129 ft, at
$4 62% FG buttermiiks, inn It), at $4 50; 5 do, 172 Ib,
it $4 25.
J. P. Nelson: or. veals. ISO rb. at $0 65; 31 do. 135 ft,
at $8 00: 111 do, 144 Ib. at $<i 25; 20»» do. 130 Its. at $«;
8 do, 108 Ib. at $5 25; 6 do culls at $4 80: 15 do, 144 rb,
at $4: 3 fed calves. 220 ft, at $3; «2 buttermilks. 120 rb,
at $4 25.
Andrew Mullen: 111 veals, 12.« rh. at $l»20: 95 do, 133
rt). at -■-. 71 do, 122 ID. Nt M; 2() mixed calves. IC4 ft,
at $4 23.
J. G. Curtis * Son: IIS veals. 141 ID, at *G32 12.1 2. 178
do. 133 ID. at SflEu; 130 do. 14» ID, at $6 21), 518 do, 137
ft. at $r. ; 10 do. a ID. at $4 50; 17 culls at $4.
George DillenbacK: 105 veaia. 137 ft, at ¥6 50; 20 do.
129 ft, at SG; 154 mixed calves, 113 ID, at $4 50; 7 culls.
171 IK at $4.
D. W. Otis ft Co.: 142 veals, 139 ID. at $6 75; 87 do.
144 ID. at 90 02 1 -; 3 do. I+o ID. at ST).
S. Judd &. Co.: 30 veals. 143 Ib. at $■'. 80; 40 do. 152
ID, at $1175; 52 do. 150 ID, at SO 75, le.ss $5 en the lot;
65 do. KS4 ID. at $0 05; 63 do, 133 ID, at 16 80; SB do, 12«
ID. at $.*> 40; 10 mixed calves, 155 ft .it $5; 2 do, 268 ft,
at $3; 41 do. 117 ID. at $4 75.
M. Collins: SS veals. 144 rb. a: $0 50.
». Sanders: 33 veals. 160 ID. at $7: 172 do. 148 Tb. at
$875; Cll do, H4 ID, at $0t52 : -*; l«7 to, 131 Ib, at S6 45;
2 110. H5 ft, at $3; ft do, 10S ft, at $4 62 '-n.
Tobin £ Shannon: 75 veals, 137 ID. at $««5; 81 do, 133
ID, at $8 30; .1 do, S3 ID. at $4.
SHEEP AXD LAMBS— Receipts were 4"» cars, or 11.0.12
hea-.i. including 7 cars for export alive. 7 for city butchers
and o4 for market. • slow and steady. OooJ yearlings
in demand at last week's prices; common s.nd medium
grades were active and stronir at an advance if. fully sc;
the pens were cleare.i, except a few lots of sheep. In
ferior to very prime she»p sold at $3 50015 per 100 Ib;
culls at ?3; poorest tr> best y»arl!nes at $3'(?Si»7s; goo.l to
prime Southern lambs at $V'isS 50; common Tennessee
and State lambs at $7; culls at *« SOfgifiJ 73; dressed mut
ton steady at 7QB4fca per ID; dreamed yearlings sold at 9@
llHe and really choice do at 12'312V;c; dressed lambs
nrm at ll©l4c
Sales — Newton & Co. : 241 V.rrrlnia. lambs. 70 ID av
erage, at SS ."h. per 100 ID: 214 do. 67 rh at 88 SO; 2.*?« do,
<it> Tb, at |S4O: 244 do, M Ib, at $525: 236 do. 82 ID, at
Jf '-&; 142 do. 82 ID. at $8 25; 68 do. 83 ID. jut $8; 01 West
Virginia do. (17 ID. at S8 25 258 Buff ToarMny?, -73 Ib,
at S6 65; 152 do. C 6 ft. at SB 7"i: 57 Virginia do," w"H>, at
$.r);. r ); 3 unshnm <io. jo ID. at $7: 34 clipped Gh;i> >iol'r>4 ID.
at $5: 73 Buffalo beep, 111 To. at $4 *0 ;~«*«-.ViMuHa do
(for export). 133 ID. at •*'.—">. 10 do, 12S ft aT~94 SO; ,18
do, 118 ID. at $4 25; IS"> Ohio do 07 ID, at $4 75; 7 West
Virginia do. lift ID. at »4 25; 5 Virginia culls. M ID, at $3,
U. Collins: 302 Virginia lain! 88 ft. at $8 50; 275 d 3,
68 ID. at S^so; 263 do. 88 Tb. at S-. 50; 243 do. 70 tb, at
$)> BO; 133 do, 72 ->. at BO; (late Saturday). 207 Ohio
sheep, 'Jo ID. at $0 20.
McPherson & Co.: 5M Virginia lambs. 64 ~h. at B8 23;
Z'Mi do. 82 ID. ix 98; 8»i do, 65 ID, at $". M Tennessee
cull? r<2 !b p.t $-5 50: 134 Tennessee sheep, 80 II at $3 <*„
40 Virginia, do, 97 ID, at *4.
J. H. Wllkerson: 217 Kentucky lambs. 73 Ib. at $"5 50;
13H llao'lanri do. HO ID. at $8 23; 151 do, R2 Tb. at $3; 19
ilar>'l"nd sheep, Ill* Tb, at $4 50; fl Kentucky do. 125 ft,
at $4 50.
Harrington & Co.: 2-1.1 Ke-ttucky lambs. 04 ID, at •- 25;
217 Ohio yearling. 08 ' v at $•! 75: 134 Ohio sheep. !)2 ID.
at $3; 57 do, 78 ID. at $-As<) : 1r.7 Kentucky do, US ID. at
$4 80: 13 bucks. 142 ID. at $3 87%
S. Sanders: 231 Virginia lambs. 64 ID. at $s 240 do. 64
ID, at *.H; CO Tennessee do. 56 ID. at $7: 7 State culls. 40
IT', at St!7s; 5 State yearlings, on at $8 23; 2 do. 60
ITi. at $'!; -'■ Virginia do, 60 It), at S6 2ti Virginia sheep.
103 It), at m IS4 Tennessee do. 9S ID, at $4 40; 14 State
do, -113 ID, at $4 25.
P. Harrington: 231 Kentucky lambs. 67 ID. at $8; 4R3
Buff yearllnps, 68 ID. at $6 50; 19 Buffalo sheep, 110 ID,
at S4 SO.
J. H. Hume ft Bro.: 13 State lambs. 52 TD, at $7 J." 12
State yearllnsrs. 7" rt. at $8; 2 State sheep, 125 rh. at
$5 50; 21 do. 109 ID. at $4 50; 3 bucks. 150 ft, at $3 SO.
Tobin & Shannon: :3<i Kentucky «"heep, 122 ID. at $4 80;
fl Start? do. 103 Tb. at $4: 43 Kentucky yearlings, 70 Tb, at
$6: 6 unshorn do. 73 TD, at $7; 4 State lambs, 57 IT), a: $3.
S. Judd & Co.: 9 .State sheep. 104 Tb. at $4 50; 43 sheep,
104 ft at $4 SU; 43 do. 101 ft. at $4.
— Receipts two days, 70 ; - cars, or 12.10!> head,
inctmltnsr about 2 cars for the market. Prices weak and
a ■bade lower. Good State hoes sold at $5 3oQs."> 60 per
100 ID; Western do nominal. Country dressed were steady.
~;i>s — S. Judd & Co. : 9 State bora 163 Tb ave.ras». at
$5 50 per ll<o tb: • do. 177 tb. at SB 50; 4 roughe. 322 ID,
»• S4 50; K> State hosrs or various weights, at $3 60.
St. Col'.lns: » Suite hogs. 149 ID. at $5 ."VO.
Tobin 4 Shannon: 4 State hop?. 123 ID. at $3 60.
OTHER MARKETS — BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. June *.— Cattle — Receipts, 10,500 head; steers
10<g^2ff! higher butchers' stock 10jf15e higher; natives)
best on Bale ta-day. 1 car at $5 tSS and 7 ca.-» at $5 80;
good to prime stet-rs 15523 c higher at $5 10<g$3 75; poor
to medium. S4 •WVi?SS; selected f»e<lers. $4 i,>.>*r, mixed
mockers, $3 60<f$4 25; cows. $3(3 54 40; heifers. S3 2*093 W:
canne.-a, $2 4<i'Qs3; bulls. S3<Ss4 50; calves. $3©s7. Texing
— Receipts, 112 head; best on sale to-day, 2 cars at
$4ii.">- Texa3 fed steers, $4 SOOSB SB; Texai bulls. $3 SB t
$3 70.' Hogs — Receipts to-<iay, K).OfK) "-ad; estimated for
to-morrow, 23,000; left over. 3.IWVV mnrket averaged a
shade lower, ■ ; ring strong: top. $5 10: mixed and butch
er* 1 $4 S)oi!ss lt»; good tc chol.-e heavy. $3S*5 10; rouch
heavy, .«4 Ss*i S4 05 ; lig.lt. $4 UOfrSa lo; bulk of saie.-=.
$3@ss 07^i». Sheep — Receipts. 14.000 head; siieep steady to
strong: lambs K>c higher; gocd to choice we.cherj, 85 j
S."> 40- fair to choice, mixed. $4 4t)gss; Western aheep. $o'J
$3 40; yearlings, $r>:>O'aso: native iambs. $,'3st>7s; West
ern lambs, shorn and common Cotoradoa, |6097 13; spring
lambs (steady at $s'f!.*¥.
Cincinnati, June i. — Hogs active and lower at $4 25@53.
Can easy a. *3 «L"a*fi 13. Sheep steady a: $3fg^4 33.
Lambs steady at 93©97 30.
East Buffalo. June 4. — Receipts — 2«2 cars; sheep
and lambs. 'M a--, hogs. 101 cars. Shipments — i^attle.
177 cars; sheep and lomos. lr> in Mam 33 cars. Cattle
steady for desirable (Trades of top quality, others shade
easier. Stockera 25c lower; fresh cows and springers. J2'<?
$3 per head lower. Good to best smooth fat export cattle,
desirable quality. $5 25<o$"> su; good to test. $3 10893 25;
espcr; bulls, choice to extra, $4 23<&*4 40; Z '»'l to text
butchers' steers. $4 73tt$5 10: good to best fat bulls, $4 25
•«■.«; (KJ fair to good do. $;> Ssif??4 25 : feeder bulls, $3 253
$2511 good '■■ beat fat heifers, $4 501J55; fair to good
heifers. $4 29 Gs4 75 ; fat eowa, good to best. $3 75@54 50;
fat cows, common to fair. 9223093; reeding steers, choice
to extra, »4 2d»*4 50; fair to s*jd, $3 4it*i's3 03: Canada
sijck steers, *4 25ii'$4 40; stock calves. Michigan, choice
to extra. $4 35554 40; stock bulls, $3'C»:i 75. Calves, gnod
color stock. $4 f)t><ss4 75; do good to choice, $4 25#$4W>;
Jersey stackers, $2 sO'as3, stork heifers, good to best,
$.1 •'.'■'!-'■ 50; coir mi >n to good. $3*5 $3 50; stable fed cows,
choicn to extra, 93 00994; common stable fed. $3 23<353 si>;
fresh cows, choice to extra, good bag. *4<'»:J43. g'jod to
choice. 9830940; springers, good to extra. $3."iG-$42; com
mon and poor cows. 9189922; cows and springers, com
mon to good, $H"fts2<i: ealvum, choice to extra. 88 -"■ li
$iiuO: good to elioice. *ii'(i*« 25; heavy fed calves, $4354 50
Sheep and lambs— Active demand; lambs 25^:550 higher
and sheep stronger. Lambs, choic« to extra, *■'. 73<g5iJ S5;
common to t"j..r, $4 3i i<stso 73 : mixed sheep, choice to extra.
93093 13; good to choice, $4 75!{j.*5: wethers, choice to
ex'ra heavy. J."i 25 o^3 ""J. good U' choice. $3(sss 35; ytear
lir.ir!', $5 25^*3 7."; spring lambs. $7ffsS. Hogs fairly
sctlve at a rie-llne of 10c from Saturday's prices on mix»d
and heavy. and 5c on Haht . pigs a bit stronger. Heavy.
$5 25555.i0; mixed. *;> 2nij?3 25: Yorkero. 15 20; pigs.
*5 20; roughs. *4 30®$4 nt» stags, $3 50(g$a •»; close steady.
Ea»t Liberty June 4. — Cattla alow and lower: extra.
$3 5H3-S5 00; prime. $3 40©S3 53; common, $3 si*g*4 25.
Hogs active, bent heavies. 15 15iiJ$5 2ti; pi«s. as to weight
and 'iuallty, 93993 10: bent Yorkers. $5 2imc(ss 25; light do.
$5 15'ft$3 20: roughs. $.1 sO'ffs4 SO. Sheep alow and lower;
ClXOlce wethers. *4 811 . $-. 70; common. $2 s<!irfs3: choice
lambs $5 v"i«.?(i 10; common to good, $3 ,"ioi«jt;i 70; spring
lajnbs. <stfs7; veal calves. *a:n.«3»7.
SOUTHERN COTTON* MARKETS.
Gfilvezton Jun« 4. — Cotton easy; middling. B%oi low
middling. »4c; good ordinary. Sc; receipts, 431 bairn,
exports, to the Continent. U.2U2; coastwtw. 4.U). Btocal
10,031.
BaJOrnore June 4. — Cotton nominal; mldiUlnK. 8c; low
mi.lJUng. 8»-l«o; ga O( i ordinary. 7 !."» las; gross receipts.
47,1 b&les; stcck, 5.421,
Savannah Juno 4.— Cotton— Holiday. Receipts, •'-"
balea; txports, c%>ii*twl«-. 1.270; stock. 21.179.
Xe\v-Or!enn» June 4.— Cotton (juiet; mlddltnr. S 13-lrtc;
low mlMllnj ' SHf; S od. ordlnsry. 7 15- Hit:; receipts.
•; 164 tales exports, to the ■ ttnmt 4.400; sales, 500;
Kodc 88.876. -
Memphis June 4. — Cotton nominal; middling. H*ie; low
middling. »'«; rood ..rjinarj-. S'»c; net. receipts lv»;
iMiles- großß receipts, Hw; shipments. L.SBB; sales, Limit;
stock. 85,221.
Ht Louis Juno 4.— Cotton dull; mldilliag. S W-18c; low
miVlllntr. BUc; good ordinary. Sc; gros* receipts, 228
UUes; ahlpiuenis, -i 4, stock. 4a23(i.
THE >T[TF OF T»: • ' '
Buffalo. June 4 — Sprin* wheat — No 1 Northern, spot.
carloads. 71* No i Northern, round lota. 71>*c: wlr*-«r
wheat dull; No 3 red nominally 74c; mixed. 7.74. No 1
■white. 73c. Cora steady: No 2 yellow 42V»c: Ni 3 Yellow
etc N. 4 yellow. 40c; No 2 com. V,i4:» No S corn.
4OSc. Oats— No 2 white. 27 l ic: Nr> 3 white. 23tr; Xo 4
white. 26«?2fi%c: No I mixed. 25c; No 3 mixed. 2*\ic.
ChlJaso, June 4. — The leading futures ranged as fol
lows :
■Wheat, No. 2: Opening Highest. Lowest. Closlrs.
June fis*t tw 65H m;
July ..... flfl<*snt;H 66H 66* m%
Corn. No. 2.
June 37* 37 : » 37^ .T7\
July 37^«37H tn i am .rr 4«»
Oats. No. 1
June WOk 21^ 2: » MB
July 21HS21 1-*1 -* aft as 31H«21S
Mai pork, per bbl:
July $1105 $1130 $1105 SUSTH
September ..... 11 12 1 UWi 11 12H 11 S2',j
Lard, per 100 rb:
July fl «2^ 6 75 an-, 6 75
September . 660 670 6CO 670
Short ribs, per 100 It):
July BM « 65 « 50 •« *3
September . ... 6 47'j 3 62Va « 47-* 6 62« i
Cash quotations were a* follows: Flour steady: No 2
spring wheat. rtT. ! *'is|tj6V a e: No 3. fi2'3t«5 l»c:l »c: No 2 mm.
S7%<?3Be; No 2 yellow, 37 7 t>'S:iS I*c:1 *c: No 3 oats. 22tJ22'ic:
No 2 white, 24 -•;-." ! tic: No 3 white. 24"'-*'224%c; Xo 2
ry«, 54"ic: (rood feeding barley. MHc; fair to choice
malting. 40<?J42c: No 1 flaxseed. SI "0; No 1 Northwestern.
81 SO; prime timothy seed. $2 UVgs2 42 l i: clover, contract
(Trade. $7 50; me** pork, per bbl. *I<> 156111 3H: lard, o*r
100 Tb. JR Rat?sn 75: short ribs, sides, loose. $« 4f.«?« 75:
dry salted ■hoQldera, boxed. $B50(8$B75: short clear «i :••-.
boxed. 17087 1" whiskey, basis of high wines. $1 23;
pugmr*, cut loaf. 6.o>c: granulated, 5.52 c. On the Produce
Ex ange : — lay the butter market wan steady: cream
eries. l"i"Tl'J : ; ••.' dairies, '.". - ('IT.-. Cheew steady. S3
B*ic. Bob eteady; fresh, lie.
Cincinnati. June 4.— Flour dull: fancy. $3 i.v-iJ3 30; fam
ily, $2 s«>S«aBO. Wheat nominal: No 2 red. 72c Corn
dull: No 2 mixed. 30-\.c. Oats Quiet; No- 2 mlx»d. 24c.
Rye eteady: No 2. flic. Rutter quiet. Snear firm: hard
refined, $.". oS9s«3f4. Escs steady at lOH'ffllc. Cheese
steady: good to prime Ohio flat. - Vie.
Duluth, June 4. — Wheat — No 1 hard cash. (SSc; July.
Cs)c: S»nt*mber. 6s>Hc; No 1 Northern ca»h. >«i t c; July.
67'-ic; September, 87% c; No 2 Northern. f-"Sc: No 3 sprin*.
81*ic. Oata, 22Vi^2Uc. Corn, 37^8^.
Milwaukee, June 4.— Wheat dull; No 1 Northern, ««4'9
(■.7 ■ No 2 Northern. S3 H ©66c. Ry» ateady: No 1. KHe.
Barley strong; No 2. 4;i!&43 ! 2C; sample, 4»>t'3»3c.
Minneapolis. June 4. —Wheat, in store. No 1 North
ern. June. Ol'sc; July, 64'Sbc; Septembsr. GHfcCMSH»e; on
track. No 1 hard. «M"»Hc; No I Northern. tU r «c; No -
Northern, BB%c. Flour and bran unchanged.
Philadelphia, Jure 4. — Wheat 3ieady: contract grade.
June, 7OtJ7lc Com firm and Xc higher; Ha - mlx*f.
June. 41 s «S42c. Oats dull and weak; No - white clipped.
23%©290 as to location. Se-ds s'eady. but fjuiet: clover.
Western, per buah. carlots. $4 5.»J55 23 : do Pennsylvania.
per IT>, as to atiality, SHO7e; timothy. Western, at kwaa,
carloW, #t 20'5*l 25. Floor ..mfred. winter maper. *2 25
<?rJ2 ■(<>: do extras. $2 ■ ($2 <C 1 : Pennsylvania roller, clear.
$3 10(gJS 2T>: do straight. $3 2541 S3 35; Western winter,
clear. S3 15@$3 JO do straight. 83 *i^s3 46; do patent.
$3 50@$3 73; spring lear $2 7r>igJ3; dr> straight. SI 25^
f.l ."><); <fo patent, X.'. 90Q$3 70; do favorite brands. $3 Ts©
$3>>s: rye flour, *?. H>«rs:{ 2<>. Butter steady: fan.-y West
ern creamery. 2O'-jc: do prints. 21c. Eggs dull and eas.er;
fresh nearby, I3Hc; do Western. 13Jil2'^c; South
western. 13H#18e; do Southern. 12c. Cheese^ easier;
N»w-York full cream, fancj-. small. s\'fjftr.; do good to
choice. S'-i'g'i'sc. Receipts — Flour. 2,000 bbl3, 1.145.000 To
In sacks: corn. 108,Oih> bush: oats. 27,000. Shipments —
Com, ; ; >T 01 0 bush: oats. - 088
St. Louis. June - — Close: Wheat, No 2 -i. caah.
6SVac; June. «B\c: July, 67H'3«7Vic; August. 67 v »c;
September. > . ■■■'■H-, No 2 hard. •*4©64*s . Corn. Nj
2. cash. 37.-; June. 37Hc; July, 37 o; aeptember. X?c.
Oats No 2, eaah, 2". '•» June Zl%c; July, ttl*e; Sep
tember. 19 4c; No 2 white. 2T>4i23 l jc.
Toledo, June 4. — Wheat dull, lower; spot, 73*ic. Cora
dull, uncha-ntred; No 2. cash. 31>c. Oats dull, unchanged;
No 2. cash. 23 '-jc. Rye dull, unchanged; No 2. cash. BBe.
Cloverse«i active, higher: cash, prime old. SA8B; prime
new, $5 10; October, $5 35. Oil unchanged.
SAN FRAyCISCO STOCKS.
San Francisco, June 4.— The official closing quota
tions for mining stocks to-day were as follows:
Alta 03 i Kentucky Con 01
Alpha Con 08 L. '.Viiah Con 03
Andes li« Mexican 25
Belcher 2 Occidental Con 12
Best & Belcher 2* Cphir 73
Bullion 02: Overman 17
Caledonia, 1.05' Potoat -*
Challenge Con 12] Savage 13
Chollar -• Sag Belcher .01
Osntiiience «."> Sierra Nevada 31
Con Cal &Vi 1.,". Standard 4.T.1
Con Imperial 01 Syndicate - l'>
Crown Point 09 3t. Louis 13
Gould & Curry 14' I'nlon Con -'•
Hale & Norcross 24 Utah Con 1-
Julia 08 Yellow Jacket 14
Justice 1.14J
Proposals.
A^RMY BUILDING, Whitehall St., New York
"^ City. June 4. 1000. — Sealed proposals. In duplicate,
will be received here until 12 o'clock noon June 13, 1900,
and then opened, for furnishing and delivering alongside
of in. 11— 1 at Pier 22. Columbia Stores. Brooklyn. N. V..
or such other pier In New York Harbor as may be desig
nated by the Depot Quartermaster. New York City.
10,000.000 lbs. clipped white oata. 14.C00.0tM) ibs. of
timothy hay. American, .".300,000 lha. straw, and 400.000
lbs. bran. All the above forage to be delivered during
the months of June, July. August and September. I:*"',
or at such times and in such quantities as the Depot
Quartermaster. New York City, shall designate, and to
be In accordance with conditions an.l specifications set
forth in circular cf instruction* to bidders. Information
and blanks for bidding furnished upon application. U. ?.
reset' res right to reject or acc»pt any cr all proposals, or
any part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals should
be marked "Proposals for Forage to be opened June 13,
1900." and addressed to A. S. KIMBALL. A. Q. M. O.
QFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS, D. C,
Washlnrton. D. C. May 25. — SEALED PRO
POSALS will be receiv-d at this o*«-» ur.tll 12 o'clock
noon. Saturday. June 23. 1900 for laying asphalt block
rnvements. Blank forms of Proposal. Specifications, and
all necessary informa'ion may be. obtained at the offlca
.'•■- Commissioner. D. C. H. E. F. MAC
FARLAN'D. JOHN W. ROSS, LANSING H. BEACH.
Cornnii>. ioners. D. C.
QFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS. D. C,
Washington. D. C. May 25. ljno.-SEALED PRO
POSALS will be received at this oSee until 12 o'clock
noon. Saturday. June 29. 1000. tor paving various streets
and avenues with sheet asphalt. Blank forma of Pro
posal. Specifications, and all necessary information may
be obtained at the om>e of the Engineer Commissioner.
D. C. H. B. MACFARL.AN'D. JOHN W. ROSS. LAN
SING H. BEACH. Commissioners. D. C.
PROPOSALS FOR OFFICERS' QUARTERS,
— W*wt Point. N. T., June ">, H*e
r. received be ■ :

p u-.H ... ■ i. treeerve ght 1 .1
ject An- t all pr poaala or an; -r. 3 a nj
V. 3. M. A.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
gEALED PROPOSALS will be received by
the. Commcn Council, if the Cltv of New Roche'.'.e. up
to eight o'clock p. m.. Tuesday. Jane Kb 164X>, at the
Common Council Chambers, in the city Hall Building,
corner Slain and Mechanic streets, for one hundred and
fifty bends of one thousand dollars each. The said bonds
to be registered bonds and payable as follows: Five, bonds
five thousand dollars on June l*t. 1034. and five bonds
each year thereafter until the total issu* is paid. Thes*
bonds are issued pursuant to Chapter .- of the Laws of
ISU9. aa am-:. by Chapter 550 of the Laws of 1300 of
the State of New York, for the purpoi«e of street im
provements. The said bonds to be dated June let, lfiOO,
and the interest on said bonds will b» payable seini-annu
ally on the first days of June and December of each rear.
The bonds will be numbered consecutively from 131 to
Bu> Inclusive. The bonds will be sold to the person. Srm
or corporation offering the highest premium, and will bear
Interest at the rate of three and one-half 134) per c»nt.
per annum. The city authorities raaerr* the rlgr.t to re
wet any or all bids. All proposals shall be accompanied
by a certified check on a national bank for Fl.ooot.oa. pay
able to the order of the City Treasurer of New Rocaelle.
No bid will be received lor les« than par. Purchasers wiil
be required to pay accrued interest. The bonds must be
delivered at eleven o'clock a. m., in the 25th day of
June. IBM) it the otSce of the United State* M< rtga*e and
Trust Co.. M Cedar street. New York city. By order of
tho Common Council of the City of New Rochelle. Dated
New Rocheiie. N. V.. May Ist. 10iH). ANDREW J. 3ELZ.
City Clerk.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by
k the Common Council, of the '-•• of New Rochelle up
to eight o'clock n, m.. Tuesday. June sth. 1900 a- th»
Common Council Chambers. In the City Hall Building.
corner Main and Mechanic street". fW thirty bonds of or.c
thousand dollars each, the said bonds to be r-gistereJ
bonds and payable v follows: Six bonds six thousand dol
lars en June Ist. 1925, *nd six bonds -a h year thereafter
ur.tll the total issue Is paid I •so bonds are issued pur
suant to Chapter 128 of the Laws of lS'.m. as amendej by
Chapter 100 of the Laws of latiO of th» dtat» of New Ynrtt.
f-r the purpose of pay ins damages, sustained by property
holders of the village of New Kncheile by reason of the
changing of the grades of certain streets and avenues
of the said village, to which liabilities of the said village
of New Rochelle the City of New Rachelle succeeded
according to the terms of th:s charter. The said bonds
to be dated June Ist. 1IK». and the Interest on said bonds
will be pa: able seml-annually on the flrst days it June
and December in each year. T!i« bonds will near interest
at the rate of three and one-half i3W, p^ r ceQt per annum.
The bonds will be sold to the person firm or corporation
orerins the highest premium. The ■ aws will be num
bertd consecutively from 101 to 130. Inclusive. The city
authorities reserve the. right to reject any or all bids
Al" proposals shall be accompanied by a certified rheelt
on" a rational bank for 81.00* r>">»ai>le to the order cf the
City aaaurer of New Rochell* No bid will be received
fr.n- lew th^a par. Purchasers will ba required u> pay ac
c'-ued tereat. The bonds must be deitver»?d at sieves
o : clock " 1. m.. on t.i» 25th day of June. 1900, at the of
fice of the United - atas M»r.ga«e and Trust Company 59
Cecar street New York city. By order of the Common
Council of the City of New Roohelle. Dated New R>
chelle. N. T.. May Ist. IMB ANDREW J. 3ELZ. City
dark.
SailroaDa.
ERIE RAILROAD.
Throusa tnun* leave N«w Yarn, foot of Ctiamoen St..
foliows. and 5 nuautea earlier troia W. Zta at.
•» «M» a. m. l.»aily — Solid train tor tsult*io Arr. 5 p. m.
Bic^tiami^n Wiivarly. Elmlm and Bradford. Coacnes.
purfor car and cafe drnmu - to Bußalo.
• • l«» a m Dolly. — Chica«"> Limited — Fast mall — solid
train to Chicago, arriviujj 3.2U if. m. A;- C".«veUmJ 7.40 *.
m Sleeper* to CTUCMO Cleveland, tincinnatl. Dininn car.
■» -„ p m. Daily.— BuSaio aad Cl«v*i*nd Express— arr.
nuVllo 7U5 Uradford 7.20. JaraaHowa 7.00 aad Youae»
town 10.27 *• nw; Cleveland 12.J0 p. m. 31eepers to QuCaio
•.■id Ctavtliind. Cafft car.
1> IS p m. Dally.— Solid trs-tn for Blnchamton. W*v
erly* Eimiri. Chlr— a Sleepers to 1,..- Caicago. Ciu
imi ,!t Oinintf car.
riMCICETS LitCAL TIME CABD9 AND PULLMAN AC-
I COMMODATTONS at 111. 112. -Ml. +01 and »37 Bro»d
wlv 15« l East 123U» St.. »nd 273 «ac 123t1i dt.. Chambers
rnd"v\«t 3Sd St. ferries. N«w York; 333 and SCO Fulton
El 08 Broadway, Brooklyn 112 River St.. Uobokea. and
Jersey -"liv Station. New York Transfer Co. c»U» fur «u4
4 ir t. t*mg*&* w »le3lla»*'oa.
Eailroaoa.
PENNSYLVANIA
STATIONS •,«-.• cf West Twenty-third Strset aad
De*oronmm» and Cortlandt Streets.
Vy-Thf leavvlaaT tiiin- from DeibroMft ml
Cortljut.it Streets I* live mlnatM later than
that Riven below for ml -third street
Station, except narrr otherwise noted.
T ■'••"• .V. M. FAST HAlX.— Limited to two Buffet Parlor
SK" * New Toric to f'ttsbuns. glwflim Car Pittsburs to
SxS •>• M ' K * ST LlNE.— Ptttsbur* and Cleveland.
!>..».. A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Com
partment dle«-pir, s . Diainc. Smoking, ami Observation
V^f! 1 - For *•*"'«*«». Cl<-vel*nd. Toledo. Cincinnati.
£viluna;>oi: 3 . LnuUrllle. St. Lotus.
i.a« i*. n. CHICAGO AND ST. LOCIS EXPRE33-—
*or Nashville r v fa t:!nrinnarl and Louisville). Ma»
apolls. ch-.cago. rft. L.vis.
£**• r M : ST - L'^'W EXPRESS.— For Plttsbors.
- i:i lu ™ t "»»- Indianapolis. Louisville. St. Lenls.
'••>• •' >• - WESTERN EXPKEria.— For Chicago. For
except Saturday.
" "•■• »' - M - PACIFIC EXPRESS.— F->r Pitts-bars: „*
Chicago. For ICmrxvilie. daily, via Shenan.toah VaUer
c '»- ut ?; connects f->r Cleveland, except Saturday.
r^c-i-' J i- <-'"E v ELAND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRE^;—F or Ptttsbont Clrretea* Cincinnati.
„_ u\»Hi\.rt»\ wo THE SOITH.
L^SL-2 — 'v. "■•*•• I " It> •t"-'hrnsa«!9 and Cortlanrtt 3tr-e?s.
1O.20) (DtetßK Car*. 1*>.35 .Mining Car) a. m.. 12.33. 2.10
<DesDms!>»» and Cortiandt Streers 2.20 V (3.25 •"Con-
Kr«i»iooal Urn.." ail Parlor %<xt Dining Cars*. Z.ZZ. 4.23
» Dining C«rt, 4.55 (Dtntag Car<. ft.9H p. m.. 12. !» sight.
Sunday. s_2s. *.-„->. 10.35 (Pining Car) a. m.. 12.55 i.T.25
"Congressional L.nv." all Parlor and Dtning Cars). 8.25.
4.U> i Dining Oar). 4.55 tDtnlnc Can. 9.23 p. m.. 12.13
niifht.
SOUTHERN RAIL, WAY — Express. 3.25. 4.23 p. m.. 12-H>
night dairy. .
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
an.i N>w Orleans. 3.2." r>. m. dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Express. 9.33 a. a. and » 29
?. m. daily
CHESAPEAKE •* OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.S3 a. in. week
days and 4..'.5 p. m. daily
SEABOARD AIR LINE. — Expr»sa. 12.55 n m. arid 13-10
night daily.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.S3 a. in.
w»ek-d;»>- s and 3.35 p. m. dally.
ATLANTIC CITT. ftS3 a. m. and ! v. p. a*. week-days.
Through Wstlbuled Trains. 2u~»t Parlor .-» aad
standard Coaches.
CAPE MAT. — 12JS p. m. week-days.
For pots ■ on New York and Long Eranch _...__
West Tweciy-thir/t Street Station). S.r»"> a. m., 12.1 i*.
2.2T.. 3.2T.. 4.10. and 4.3.'. p. m. Sundays. »23 a. an.. 4 3.1
p. m. (from t^hroMw and Crvrtian.lt Streets). 3-30, ».(•>
a. m.. lis<i. 2.30. 3.i>). 4.20. and 5 li» p. m. .-■.ndays.
0.43 a. m. 3. 1." p id
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
"1», -"''* anf! Cortiandt Strwrj. H.2o>. 7.23. 7.53.
8.-5. 5.50. 1».33 (".t.."^) Penna. Limited) 10. 10 <T>»sbr~BSe3
and Cortiandt s'trfrt!-, lo.iin. <r>tn!n? Car). 10.33 (Dininjc
Car), 11.33 a. m.. 12.."^ 2.10 ( Deshi-is^en and Chrtland;
Struts. 2.20, 2.53. 3.23. 3.53. 4.25. 4.23 fl>laln« :C&.
♦.'." (I -.IB? Car). 1U (Dtotus .'art. T. 53. 5.25. <4.33.
9.i1 p. m.. 12. -q> ntsht. Sundays. «.to. 7.55 rao
s.^s. a..~*. 9.23. ».5S (Umitwl). 9.V.. 10.53 tDtjiSap S3
a, m. 12.33. 1.33 tDininsr Car). 3.23 3.. W. 4.23 iDtairi'-
Cl«r>. 4.."« lEtninir Can. n.r>3 iDinln< Car) 756 523
8.33, &.2T. p. m.. 12. lo ni^h:. '
Ticket orflr»3 Noa 4rtl. t>43. U£W. 1334, 111 and 281
Broadway: 1 Astor House; *v»«» Tw»nty-th!rl Street
Station; and stations foot at Dwbmnws and Cor»tasilt
Streets: 4 Court Street. «FlO Fulton Street. 8S • «.i"
way ar.il Pennsylvania Ann»x Station. Br-iotilyn: Sta
tion. Jersey City. The New York Transfer Company
will call for and cht^ck basgage from betels and reaV
denres throufrh to destination.
Telephone '-»14 Eighteentii Street" " - FVr.aavtvaßß*
Railroad Cab Service
J. B. HL'TCHINSON. J. It -WOOD
General Manager. General PiM'r ZgaWaa
* — B— ;-vk>
GEHTRAL B. B. OF HEW JERSET.
Anthracite coal used »x~!uslTe!y
Four Tracks. "Electro-Pneumatic" S'.ynala.
Stations in New York. Liberty St. and Souta Fjrry.
Trains lear» Liberty St. A.i below (time from 3outh Fsrrr
five minutes earlier, except as noted).
; 1 Week Days, j Sun-JayaT.
KaFton Local I TOO a-m.
Mauch Chunk Local 7:13 am. ......
N. Y. v Lone Brnr.cn R. R 8:30 a.m.! 9:0« a.m.
Laksv-od * Barneata «:.T0 a.m. lilO;l3a.m.
Scrantcn A •ad'naj ... 3:10 a.m.. ....
N. Y. & Lons Branch R. R J ll:3rta.m. .. ._
Ea.«ton Local 12:00 noon ......
Mauch Chunk & R'ad'ng I 1:00 3.1 a.
TV!lk» c barre * Scranton 1:30 p.m. i ......
Lak^wood. Bamegat & Atlanrtsl
Cry j 1:30 p.m. ......
N. Y. * Long B-an.-T R. R....1 2:15 p.m.
Lake-vood A ATLANTIC CITY!
Pp»c!il I S:4O p.a. ......
N. Y. & Lons Branch R. R I 1 |.I:SS p.m. 4:00 p.rn,
Lakowood 4 Barnenat I 4:3f> p. m.
Munich Chunk -4 Reidiny .... f 4:40 p.m. ! | 3:30 p.m.
N. Y. i- Lon< Branch R. R ! f'4:4.-. p.m. J — ...
Easton L« en. I ! |.":43 p.m. I ......
ft Y. * Loaaj Branch R. R. . . I t'• 91 p.m. I ......
Easton Local i 7:30 D. in. | ......
9AXI»Y HOOK ROI TE.
From foot cf Rector St.
in .-10 A. M.. 1:00. .T45. 4:.°J> P. M. Sundays. lfM»
A. M.. 1:00. <;■-••■ m — Atlantic Highland*. S«atr!ght.
Monmouth Eea.-h. Is>Titz Branch. Elb— on. Asbury Park.
Ocean r;r->v». Po'.nt Pl"asa-t. etc.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
I «4:30, +7:.~>n. ta:O0. •U:0o. «10:00. • 11:30 a. ra.. ri.-«nt
"1:30. '3:00. v:i:3o. *4:00. 14:30. 'SMJO. "7:00. t7:30. »"<».
tD:2S P. M-. *12:13 ir.dt
lULTIHOKi: A>~D AVASHIXGTM.
|!'4:.".t>. +!»:00. 'lCi-.m. "II :.1O A. M.. tl:0». »l:30. *^:ca
•3:0 O. »7:00 P. M. '12:15 mrit.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferry. South Ferry. IS. 172. 281.
434. 043. IS»k>. 1.T54 Eriariwar, 17.T T,th ar.. 757 eth ay..
25 Union ?>i. 'West. ■» Saw: 123 th St.. 27^ West 125t. 1 i
pt.. 243 Columbus ay.. New. Yoric: 4 Cwnrt at.. 344. >***»
Fulton si Brooklyn: 98 Eroadway. "»VU:ianisburg. S«w
York Transfer Co. calls for and aback* baggaga Ed daati
1 'From Liberty st. only. •Dally. tDalJy. except Sun
day. tPundays only.
NhW YUni* CP---TRAL
Trains arrive and depart from, Grasd Central station.
424 Street. New Tor Si. aa follows:
Leave New York. Arrive New Tor*.
•5.00 a. m Syracuse Loral ♦« - p. nv.
t8.30 a. m. ..^...Ernpire State Express tIO.OO p. m.
•5.45 a. m Fast Mail • 10. vO a. to.
tlO.ao a. m Day Express *7.00 p. m.
t11.30 a. m Rutland Express t7.00 p. mv
•I.OOp. m Southwestern Limited „ •«.«» J. it.
•2.ti»p. m K. T. * Chicago Special •'..30 3. m.
i3.;u> p. m.. — .. Albany and Troy Fiver . ..tll.io«.au
•3.:« p. m Albany ?r>ecial T2.OC ?. m.
•4.i« p. m Eetroit Special "Hl*** a.
•3.30 p. m The Lake Shore Limited "•*■»> P- m.
•5..'!0 p. m St Louis Limited *2.55 p. m.
•6.1» p. m Western Express *- 1.1? m.
•0.2S p. -n Northern Expreea . *7.2« a. m.
•7.30 p. m Adirondack * Montreal E- •^ ">5 *. aa,
•B:ot>p. m Pan-American Express •7.27 a.m.
">».2« p. m Buffalo A S. W. Special 'ICU a. a.
•9.30 p. m .. . Pacific Express . . .. "S.'.U a. m.
;12.1'J a- m Midnight E.xprea» *7.U0 a. m.
•DailT. tDa!lv except Sunday. JDaily, except Monday.
v. .:m DIVISION.
0:12 A. M. ■»- ! 3:23 P. 31 Daly, except -Sunday, to Pltta
neld; Sundays only at 9.2t> A. M.
Pullmari Cars on all through trains.
Trains tiluminate-i with Pintsch Light.
Ticket offices at 113, 2rtl. 415 and 1.213 Broadway. 23
Union Sq. W.. 81 West 123 th St.. 123 th 3:. and -th St.
Stations, New York: 33J» and 728 Fulton St. aad 104 i
Broadway. E. D.. Prooklyn.
Telephone "WO 38th Street" torn New York Ontnl Cab
Pervtce. Ranrag» checked from hotel or reaideac* by
Westeott Express Company.
GEORGB H. DANIELS. General Passencer Agent.
LEH!GH VALLEY.
Stations foot atVTr-mr 23a, Cort:andt and Desbrowes Streets
1 f enim. R. K. Ferries. )
• Time West Oil Street Other 2c«r«i* irtlaadt or Deabreasaa
Streets. * Dalir except Sunday, vjtiaday leaves 433r a. Other
Trains dallr. t Sunday leaves ii.43 a.m. c <uadaT leaves 8 13 a. a.
1 Sunday leaves K.U p .«. y "•un-.!:sv if ayes 5.".3 ra. z ssa<laT
loik >sT 13 * 11. *iur'iaTleav,» ; ■• « ■*.
t*7.t O. 7.7. ■>» a. a. Iocs! for KAStCEX.
»•>. 1 0, tN-jU ». M- For BUFFALO. SIAOARA FALLS and
west, -uid pn^.-lpal local polna. trior aad Dlntis Cars. Can
necuforToal l>irixn!r*.
♦-11.3. J. li.OO X ■■■" " BLACK DIAMOND EX-
P^?SSji." Haadwimew train In tae orond. Limited to WrS^
csMiriry Dne UtttTalo a ,*5 p m ; oonarrune w!th through - ■— — .
to Detroit *jil ( hk-aso. Diatas 1 ;ur oerTice a ..1 carte.
•Vi..lZ, 1.1)«r.K.; For 3CBASTON.
+•:{..^."i. i.lrtp M. 1 foal Reytifs and Intermediate polar*
v-.J.i9. ij« f x. L<«-al for MACCH CHCNK.
•5.-J.J. x«. 1(» •• ■ ■ hlca^o Vejttbnis Limited. For JfL\G-
A.&A FALLa aad polnta .st nirongi Sleeplas Cars to fiinaain
aad Toronto.
•7..VV - ••>» r. M. txpaa'tloa Express for BCTFALO aad
•-'.55. 9.00 - y For ITTIACA. EOCnSSTEE. arTTAIO
and W rxL Meeplcs Cars to Colnup>.
Sa PLA IN FIELD and BOITMI BROOK. loeakt laily exfejs
Soudar ; *9 .23. •♦• x * : niO.^.iO. •9.10. : 30, •» 3 *nd ». JO 9. a.
Tic aad Pullman accommodations as ] 13. Mt. £*>. 3E3. W3 and
rS4 Br«;ulway » t'nlon Sonar" Wf«t. 2« Colambns Are.. X. T .
MO Fulton -■: . 4 Conrt St . SS tVdWr and Annex .::oa. Brnakiya;
>«. T. Tmasrfer Cat, will cali for add czecs. laggage from Hotel or
resilience tliruosh 10 desUiuUuo.
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.
FOR THE WEST.
Leave JJ«w Torfc. foot of Liberty Street: Sou£t r«rry
i.tenall Teraaiaal) 5 minutes earlier.
•Daalrf * -i. — r Sundays. JSundays.
CHICAGO. *4.30 .i. :u.. lUberty street only). 'I.M a. m.
and »l£.ia night.
PITTSBrRG. *4.30 a. m.. LlaiHj street aniy>. *i.OO
n. m., "7 "<> p. bs. and 12.15 nijnt.
CINCINNATI. ST. LOUIS. 'WOO a. m.. "T.O» aw m.
•12.13 meat.
ROYAL BLrn T»ll\1.
WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, tvDO; •_ » (Dla-r)
•ll.au a. m. iDiaert. TI.OO p. m. \lJineri, «1.3u \Dln-r/
•100 ("Rjy^l Limited." exclusively Pulijnaa Tribal
Diner and Caie». 'S-UO tDiner>. *T.ou p. na. .Ijuierj
•12.15 night. NORFOLK. *l.ih> p. tn.
All train* ar» illuminated wt:h Plntsch Uirht
OSces: 113. 172. 3«!, 4.T4. .Til* Broadway. 23 mien
Sq. W.. 127 Bowery. N. T. ; 333 TaiXtm St.. Erocicya;
WhitenaU reaidea and Überty su Bassasa -«.*■•
from hotel sc residence to destimttlon. «-.»*
DELAWARE, LACKAWANXA i WESTERN
Statlota la N««-Tortc foot of Barclay aaa CiristoplM*
Mt. Mams Mall 8^ tMTTV
BuS.. Ithaca * O»w»f«n Ex . . •looOa.aj. •S : ttjs!Sr
Chicago A BuJT Ex MCOp-a. «3 o© T
scranton. -i*rsba--r« * Plymouth 4:oi*n.in. 13»iii
Oteamt * Buff. l_m • • ». «
BuCalo— •leepmc car eaty ».U>9.«. 7u»a.m_
rtsca. Itaaca, * BuT ... •» -»3 a.m. "T-loalS!
tSyr., Buff, A Oxi. Ex . . •UJOj.a. •»:»» Uk
TSle«per» open at 9:30 p. m.
Tickets and Pulimaa acc«mn;rx!atlon» at 143. 423 Bro*4
wav. U5 Fifth Vvnu*. and 14 Par* PUee.
Wastcott'a Kxsresa Carapaoy wIU call (or aad ehacJk
bascas« to desUaatlon. "DallT.
"west SKORER.R,
Tiuias leava KrackUn St 3L*ti«a. Jt T. am BBiaaaaK.
ana 13 ns. later from tout ut W. 42d 3t - ~~w^,
'- ••' P. JL. CONTLNEXTAL LIMITED far D««ru.
Chicagti an-t St. U.:u;i. Dining Car. s
••1 I.V P. M-. Cnli-axu and St. Louis Limited.
♦ *»:<*> P. 11., Buffalo. Niagara Falls and St. Louu as.
1»il3 P. M.. r*trott aad C&cago Express
•Daily. tETteept Sunday-
Tlme-üble» at principal hot«i» »a<t of2c««. «Un»
canned from hotel or r»sld«nce by Wesicotfs ExyretS:
C E. I^MBBRT. G-nerai Faa«s««i Attnt, X X,
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