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THE MARKETS.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY. ¦
New-York. June 12 l!»01
2 Apple*. *£¦ 340
Bear.s. white. br>L-.. 22»! Potatoes. nbte ..... •»•*» 1
Flour-, bhlt- . " ••»• 'miens, hbls. 'vu I
Flour, sacks 34.^1., Ha.v. tons 1111"" 1 !
Corr.mf*l. hb'.s . -- Straw, tor* 'to
Corr.m-a;. r»g* 1.470 M!llfe*<l tins 4 = -i I
Horr.ir.y, r<kg« „- .' Cotton. b*\»».. ..'..'" jsj !
when. bu»ti n.cn oottowd oil. hwi'li 2-- i
Ccn. 1-ush I«U«o>*]CoUeßMc4 meal ba E s LO» '
Oats, bash K-...VW Ht», hales . • ° mm j
Pa*« but* !.«««•» I Hides. Mis. 'I.!!! -70 ¦
E-rley. tmsh , «.«» lather, sides! "."I" B,«M
Mai', bart 2J.-*.™' Skins, bale- = 1S •
Forts. W>>» -«" oi;rak». pkr« 75S
Ham*, pkpf 2'> Oleo stock. .-..¦- ... ' 230
Cur m«"H's. pkps ' '.. r»anu:» bars . . 34*. j
L«ri. tierces 1 ' ¦*¦¦->-¦-.... IV .
Lara. It's* £350 Tobacco to- " "' is
Tallow. r^«« M Tobacco, pkati* *""***" r-2i>
Grease, pke* « Whi.kfv. bhls BM
fatter, rke* 12.450! TT001. racks. .. '" I S2O I
Chee)~. pKS» .V7l(t Vine <Cali. pkg-.. <".% I
Eg-*. W* •¦• 17.«n r-a-h*s fall, pkgs., IMO j
PrvF*»d poultry. pkES ;•'..¦>¦ Ar'rloots «Ca;i pkgs 1 ".V> '
O« pouttry. crate-, r.r.n riumc tC«I>. rk;rs.. ' IMO
Orar.p'-s, boxes s,334 l Cherries <Cal). pkK*.. 210
CASH QOOTATIOICR
Ir-r.. J>>r . N« 1 fjiy.flß ST. : Flour. Mr!? patents, $4 M
Iron. S->. No - «=oft.. Hoi .Cotton, middling *\
f.eel rai.s £si«t Corto. So 7 Rl* <5
I>: S ir-n warmn-s.. !> 7" ' Sucar. granu'.a'ej ... 553
W copper in K ot.. 17 00 MoUasea. oK. • me. 40
Tin •••• 2»>7,u, rjeef family .. 25
Ex<-han»re lead 4 "¦. R..(, harris... go is
S=j>#:-<t .... v ...... 3 fI7U Tallow, prime •?"»
Wheat. NO S red... 7i<S Pork. mfFs J6 C 5
Corn. N ¦ - mix'-d... 47^ Hog*, crrewi. jfio rb. 8
Oats. N.t i' mixed... 32 I>ard. prim* ... £R5
EXrORTS TO PAY.
TThrat. bush 63.398 ;Cottstts**4 oil. pal*. 100
C«rr.. bosh 2. <:.'«> Lubricating oil. ga'.s .-.« 7*" >
o**. tmrt 4r. re- p-rk. b!>:s M
Pern-. 1 i*h K»2'R<M>f bhl« ]fl
Bfar.s. bnsh C-o-.' !Wf. t:-» 15.1
rioor. btda r.icT Baron. n> ' »'4 «75
Flour. *»-•:-:* !'.7'»- HTTTS Tt> IS •>»
rrrr.ir.^a!, hhlf 1.22.-. Ljiri. - 2«S «V
Sran. R) Ji4. 32" Tallow n> 240.« m
O!lR - >-a: TTi £."Vv<VVt .;-.-, 5 .. »j, _ _ T> rtOO
OHctfce r 1 - Kioon.: R UT ter.' rb... ....'.'..'. 15'w.)
T."" WO S Cheese. !t> 4' girt
Befitsed prt. pa!«. .ir.77.4ir.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New-York. June 12. 1901.
COFFKn— Per.tirr.ent am.^ng local ...... tn rofTee
f-jTi;ri-(i vaa a^ddedly r*«ri.«h to-day. L^we- prim and
::suida:i^r. were rr«-min«T.t feature* r.f »h^ »e*?;^n > <5e
¦doptaeßU. The rrark't opened gtemdr. wt:h rnceii un
char.pej 5^ ri patnta l»wr, fnnn l^r^mlr.p heavy ur-le r
llq > j:''.s"'" > n r-t 1...-al hrl3ip.es nnj »tii» fer.init for I«*isn1 «*isn
acrour.t. prompted tv di?firp^iritir.it Kur-.p-an a^rir^i.
BOBtlnW - IWfcvy re'^eirtts m The rrop '"^urtry. ab^en^e ( .f
¦ptenlativw eupr>ort and weakne«» in the rpnt department
TraSir.c was fairly arrive ar"ur>i» the . an e nl in the a f
ternoon, In syrnj-athy with a late dceltna in the H*vre
markrt. the l->fd! market eased oft .% tniirt* shortly «fre-
BiKldßy. The r!r*e was .... ret 10 poinu
low^r. Total ?«!es nre 2.'. .*>'•• baE*. Havre <-!o*-»d (iC^k
franf r.et off nr.4 Hamhurtr nn<*havl tn l » pjg l'>wer.
Is "razi'.ian markets Bio Rhcxrcd ar. advance of 7r. re;s.
while Sar.'os hell to yeFte;v»av# fir>J-e» The e»rha-se r«t»
»• the fnrrner por> drrpp^d 7 -32 dto ll'-d. Re^e:;.t» were
fu!i. rea^lilng a tot a : of l.*»,<«ii> hagr ar th.- r^tt* an-!
11.7i»;i t«^s »t ir.'erior towns l'r.:ted State* wart -icu»#
de..' crips were licht. amounting to bu' !*.777 baps, while
th* *;^t department rule.! dull and ea«y at nomlna'.ly un
changed pricey. QuotatKmi for the epot article were
bseed 0B «c fcr Bio No 7 and 6\c for Santo* No 4. in
voice lot*.
The rar.ee of contract prices in the l"dal rriirket to-day
w&3 sis ic::-:w»:
TmHi
Op-n!rt. Hirh. I^ow. rio«e day.
jur.. .YlT> T>.\h SJBOS.I4 S.IS
Juiy 5.1S 5 If. 5. in .VflT.ffVirt 5.15
Ausru« 5.2« .*¦ 2i» SIS r..lf><TS.l^ X.2"
f«epterr.h*r R. 25 r. 25 5.2.*. .'• 2<'-::>.2:. SJO
October !i.3'» :..a'» S.CS 5.25e3.5l &.3S
jCoveinber — — B.Sii'i.'i ."u% 7> 4'i
jiecemN-r 5.55 r. Sr. 54S 5.4503 54 S •'-*>
Januar? ' • ... T-.W A.s>>'4?S.sT> "• <**
FVbroaTT — — — R.S.'.©:. «> s «T.
Jlarrh S.Trt K7O Sd 5 ftKJs.fi* 5.T0
f. 7"> T. 7i> T..70 S»".fiS.7rt 5.73
Jlav S.«<t S Srt .", 7S n. 703.*.. -- 5.80
Pi-tip Coffee <~ab'.es — Samo» — r r ffe» market quiet;
rood :.v.ra*e p rt nO». 4s4<>">. receipt?. 10.001 biff; Ftock.
f>i«i bai?« Hamburg — I'offee market opened unc'nane'd;
Et 2:r.r> p m was net uncharsed to ¦» pfe lowpr. Fale«.
lI.fKM Xi&pt. Ha\-re — Coff-e market er.ene-J <juiet, un
r>-.ar.rea to 3 « fr«nc lower; nt 12 m. un-har.eed; at 3
j. rr. Xmtmber declined '* franc. Others uncharged, at
.'.;3<> r m. declined '•» franc: toisl fal*s. 24.000 hags.
JtßMry 37. 5> • July 3« 2."
F«!-uary 37 7?. AupuFt . IW.Vi
March. --¦-¦.- 54.73
>I,ril ;<•.<>.• i ict nber 17.00
May Sfc 2r. Noveml->er S7 («>
Jboc 3ti <«• r«ec*"rr.r-er 37. 2r.
r.si — CoCee market firm; No 7 P.i". 45775. ex-hanc".
11 \i: receipt*. K.OflO hscf. cleared for tIM Vnited Prate?.
4. fi.'n.i bagf. cleared for Europe. 5.«».«> bag.-, ft-vrk. 23:./»»i
bacm.
The f.atlEtiral position of Praiilian eoftcc i* «» CoUow*S
Today. Yf«te^d»y. Lift «•»!(.
Kew York deliveries *>7:s IS,«>"7 13.733
r.a - .t!mo r e deiiveri** r?7 ••«> 2-"
New-Otl-an? deliveries.. MO 44
Total deliveries H 777 1«615 13.*>^«
»Cew-York »tork 7*6:*" -<• -.' Ml "-
Eairimcre *tnck 85.513 Sfi.»l2 55» .5*1
NVti Orlean* ftock 79.2T2 7t<4r'7 .-W1.19H
Ptock at *'\ ports .... 112.27J **!..•».;»•>
Af!o:.t .-U.^ <•"» R^>.(«»t B.V..«>K)
V'.slMe surplr 1.rt0.41»4 1.240.271 1.217.500
Same time 1800 74*,7«0 744.438 781.44"
rnTT^N— ?urrmer tnrmih yhortji panned thrmj«h an
crher tryinr rnJeal in ortton rpeoclat^-o markett
tr-Jav. Locally th* rituption appealed to have grown
deojdecly »trr.r.r-r ovemicht. while private advices
r-ated that K«w-Or!eaaa end IJverpoo! «•'» tak
ing; tbe:r rue from de-.Tlopmentp here On the
BrX r »!l the market waf i;ulet. with prices T!n<-h«r.r~s
to 8 points lower, the latter re»ul'inc from light profit
tak!""<r. It *a« y^me time t^r^r* m"m cjierntors made a
»tar.l ei'her way. bull* ani bears alike holding off fcr
('TO one to tak« the lnitlaMv- -tep. Rvt outside buylnj
eion made i*s appearance anl turned the market upward.
Actl** room coverlni? *et in, and thr'us'nout the rest "f
the frc hcur the market diisr'.ived pronoun-ed ("renpth.
Jn'.y worked up to 8.2^- and Ar(fu*t to 7.*> fi c. after which
»«iUr* for profits and ¦ turn caused a »'iKht reic;:on.
Tht ?arly l>.jflish cal.W were a trifle better than ex
p«.cte,i. iu t «fr« partially b> btttw weather and
cr^p accounts from the Booth. Late c»rne» from afcr^ad
p^r:raved a read-r^gg on tit«i|MMTa part to respond to
arvhinc tn the w<> of bull developments here, and at
the clow that market was ta| #t»-ady at n*crly the r.e»t
f-rures of the day. Manchester Fpir.neni and Continental
¦lies la Mr* Kaid to r.e heavy buyerp in both departments
cf - .h» Ltvcrpocl market ail th* *e«js(o-i. T"nd*r K*lli:i»;
for OBtatte account, and a withdrawal of early buyers,
the local marl.»-t worked off tn kike for July and t-, 7 «H«c
tor Aucje; f.-n after mioday. but »oon turned ttror.g on
a frech care of Fhorts and tne appearan. c of hi* buytnjf
crierK fomi the ?outh and W>at. Tra-ling .... very
»m». and f.ir the re*i nf the Cay the market exhiMt«-d
eirrritic etrenj-'h. The new crop p"si'ion» did not follow
t!~e a-lvan^e m n««r month* fully, owlnc to the im
thut r-im trader* were averse to lnrreaslne short ac
r Lr:*i- :r. these positions pendir.n nor* definite knowledge
of 'r*- couditioa ot th« new crop over the Sou-hwest.
where reir. ras said by *ome difpatches to be »orely
Btefltd. Receipt* at the ports for the day were heavy,
tut bad teen discounted. Report* from Southern spot
tuarket showed a much better feel'.ns «mon»r hollers and
• steadily rrcwtrur o-mand for coTtOd for export and
Northern mill accounts. The r!-*e was feady, with
pri"»-» net unchanted to § joints hteh«-r.
Tba ran?e cf cor tract prices in the local market to-day
«a* as fnliom-g;
"i^ster-
Openinr. Hi«:h. !/iw. Oose. / day.
Jur.« ... is s. 2« *• i .'• P22''aS23
July -1- -2- - ¦ i 1.2« -IS
Awn 7«n 7.7 i» 7«»t 7 «4<57.70 7«1
B«p»»mber . 7.20 7.27 7.2<> 7 2«r&7.27 7.2:t
O-l'f-i 7.1* 721 71« 7.2<>0 — 7.18
SwiltVl .... 7.15 7.17 713 7 !'--:7 > 7. 1S
December 7. 13 7.2<> 714 :i-._ 7.17
Januar-. 719 7.22 7.17 7.2167. at 7.21
rohruarjr . 7 !'. 7.19 7.1» 7.2107.23 7.21
Mar"', 721 722 721 7.24fi7.2rt 7.24
. Ppot eottoa clr,,»d steady. with <jU'»»»ir.r,s 1-lflc higher
on (ha r.a»i« cf *>S<- for mid'Htrj: upland and kSc fc. r
ts'.ii ::r.R Ou!f. were BU9 bf«>es. .Cou'herti spot
tnark»-i!, «»r> te'.ecrapf.e*; as follows: New -Orleans firm
*"<! i!r,"han«fe<i at 7 ir>-lCc; MobUa nominal and un
«"h»r.B. 1 «t '.*.-; r-avHnnafi ftrtiiv, 1 I«<c hither, at 7*». ;
Qi«ri»f'n f.nrt «nd unchanged at 7^»c; Wilminrton firm
*n<J unrenred at 'Kr; N'rfolk firm and unchanged »•
¦ lialtim ir« n'lfntr.al and unchanged at »»Mic; Autrufta
•.'•»«« fcr.d steady. 1-IG.- hlßber, at S3 lOr St. l>iuis
•tettfy. 1-lf.c higher, at 77 T «c.
• i » l^lrts st the porrn and Interior points to-day, eora
f*z*<i »ltl» the same day lai^t week «nd latt year.
La»t Last Present
Ports. To-day. week. year. *to<-k.
O»lTT»r» n 1 arw r,.12« 7 67.703
S»w-Orlearji 7.20 2.<u2 l.« 05 111 i.e.; ,
JtaWta 8 11 1 7.M7
¦•'¦jnrab >-•¦; m S2 ;•'.<
Cnar;^-, r . 24 23 — 4.7*2
WOmteftoa 7 2 «122
Sorrr:« r.-; 2 P7« '23 Ifl 25.1
Ba|t:tr'-e , 731)
9>"»« rork .'."..'... 2°2 331 410 122. <22
imam 24-> 41 IS
p»fla<Mpßia 22 4« :*T4 ;
Vtrioi.,, 4.M3 10.751
_ I
; To*a> 15 Ttil ¦ Mi 2.354 SH^^i*
Interior. j
A . •. .. ;,. I
¦nmiiiii 46 •<! 4% 70. 110 I
*«- Isuir 4S<» 42 71.JW2 1
£tac:r.natl 357 4", 2'>4 KKSI
Ho-jfroa 1.074 4.744 1 43,«71
r^"m Hxrhange upecUl Liverpool c«Ke« — Pi ¦"• cotton.
C-rd^rj... „,.. „,-) i «-,!^ s . ini.«i bales; gpe<-ulatlon and «-
Jp^-. BOO; American. l«.<itiO; mldl!:ig upland. 4 21-22.1.
JWuTu ( j^ned eteady. R-^US^-^^i advance; closed tteady.
*H?r>S p<iint» net hlrhe-r. December- January. 4/>ls; ;
January- Kefcruary. 4 01h; June. 4..T3h; June July, 4.22';5; ,
«'Jly-.Vupa»t. 4 3H4»>; Aujrust -September and Peptember. I
'n> '¦. 4.2T.5»; October g o c. 4 u". 4s; October-November, j
4 031:; November- r»*<-e'ml*-r. 4.015. Manchester— Yarns j
*0<" 'loths quiet. |
l"t/~,JH AM> MEAL— The flour market continued weak, !
wit «n no lower. ru!m«r <?all *l old price*. Spring pat- J
eB»» »err .• .->;..<« at J3t«f9*4 IS winter straights. tZ 4.V3 !
winter pctents. .v'.CtMW spring cle»rs. $2 »-<« I
J«l.', tra So 1 v;-.-. *2 750« *•.'. -v-, No 2 wln-er.
«2-^'G»2*»: no grade. $1" 4'>4rsl!<. spot and 10 arrive
RIE FLCrn— Quiet; ouotrd: Fair to rood. <; SO©W IS I
«el~e to fancy. $3 a»4r*i.v> . rORNJTEAI*— tte«dy;
I*"***. Klin dHed. «4.'.a52 6.V a* to brand . ... BAG |
HKAL~y uW; <j U cted: Fine white and yellow. »1 1"« I
•» !¦¦; coa'se. 'T.'. FEED— Weak: o.uoted: Spring j
si 1 ?"' """' *1«SJ1«75; B«<-k*. to arrive, 2i(o !tj. $15 7.'.«>
ti-;»/ pr-r ' (r br »". bulk. $160$16fi0; coarse winter bran. J
»ii.r-' 0: '¦'*>' br *n. «17; f-ornmeal. 828; Unseed oil rake.
sSsatstt?? Oil C * k *' * 19: hefnlf>y ph " I>l «17tTtl7 25; oll
iJ*!i AIN "— HEAT There was a continuation of July '
1"««ua«tl-,n1 "««ua«tl-,n n yesterdays wheat market thai gave a j
/^ar.ah ealor to the entire sewton. although at the close
thl'i"^ *"• H< nt * higher and July only '•'" lower
"*"> 'he previous nigbt. At the immediate opening all j
vjKioru r.ere firm and higher, led by Feplember. forelcn- |
n» •"J** *'"" Maw ?reedrrrn. cash traie cutting a flg
iwi '*'•'•• coming higher than expected, nut It *a« |
«^n ai,n-,rent that r: ¦.< > July wheat remained In weak
••*na«. for " once, taking advantage of opening strength.
r«- OUI ln mwllliiilila quantities, breaking prices i
el.?* * '* nt •• bu » h h*re and fully that much ln Chi- '
<« " & ;. nn * rr "»lnr the illtai 1 nee with September to 2 15-l»ic.
tSr, ! break many ir«n> trailers, fearing some reac- |
whL. I* r a thrr * <. y) .' "teady decline, cov«!T»<J their !
raM?.- » wlthou - »»iy miterta! effect on prices. After
bu-'« rmt " rrT - matl "-» Jcoked a trifle brtfrhter for th«
ton ?n££Z. t0 • r ««pon»e from previous l.e*vy selling,
SssfSC?* ?« ?i( 5»n«« U.Ube to tfce clo*e, helped by a
'am °» II * lat . •«»»*te at Parts 00 ¦ wheat and flour, and
aj-ly.-J lit -«H*Uon amor.r Mt tr-drrs about going short
°-o- nguNta. The expert butlnesi of 50 load*
I ln'-l-ile^ about CO loads late yesterday, mainly at out
ports Home weather nema was of a moat favorable
character from ail parts of the belt, denoting good r»in»
"her* needed in the Southwest and in spring wheat
States. Berlin closed II I*' Sirs1 * 'Sirs marks net loaer. but Buda
pest ru 3 points higher and Liverpool L i3\4 better.
Primary- receipts were ".ft, 400 bush, against C 49.100 bus)
a year am. Seaboard clearances included 82.206 bbl» f.otir
and 182. li". bush wheat. The export business included 77
loads at a'l ports, most of It at outports late Tuesday.
"The ••ommerclal West" came ..... with an estimate \,t
j •»((»»..-. bush '-- both crop*. Kansas being f.i-^re^ at
1 or.ly >»nM. hush Quotations of cash wheat, fob
1 afloat basis, -were a« follow*: No 1 Northern Duluth.
! 7*V»e 10 arrive; Ma 1 Northern New-York. 7- l ie. prompt;
! No 1 Northern Chicago. ''¦" prompt : No 2 red New-York,
I "&4e prompt, anl No 2 hard New York. 7SHe to arrive.
i ffIRN- The cora market was generally weak all
¦ day under llfjuMatlon and short selling, prompted partly
by the decline in wheat. Prices here io*t (4#%e. closing
I nesr th* lowest point in face of .\r ¦ft small arrivals
. at Chicago, only 220 cars for Thursday and or.'v 3 cars
. contract m the 21(» cars received jester-lay. The export
tra«le consisted of 35 load*, all porU>. seaboard clearances
were M4.4D0 bush. Liverpool closed '..a'**, net lower
and Western cr^p news «» generally favorable: No 2
corn cloned at :7'» prompt; No 2 corn. 47'.jc end June;
I No 2 corn, white. 4fi*>.c prompt, and No 2 com yellow.
! 4*4 c prompt OATS — The market for -•.••- was quiet
I nmi easier, with com: No 2 oat* closed 32": No 3. ?.l l?c;l ?c;
1 No 2 white BHc; No a. 33c; track mixed. 3H 2 'S3.TUc:
1 trick white. 524<637<\ and No 2 white clips, 34c
P.VE- Market steady; No 1 Western. .*ft'a<\ anl No 2
Western. .',•.«<•. both fob afloat: State rye. ¦'•¦' " " <; "
BARLEY— Market du'.l; feeding wa* quoted tl and malt
ing ftS©C2c, both c I f New- York.
NEW-YORK PRICES.
Tester-
Wheat: Openin;. Hlsh. Low. Close. day.
July 77*4 77\ 7« T , — 77
Feptember 74S 74S 74* i 74H 74S
Ot^nber 74 7 « 75", 74S 75 74"»
December 75 13-16 76 b 75** 76H 75 »*
Corn:
Ju!v 47 47 464 4«H 47H
September 47 13-16 48 47*4 47\ 4"'»
Lard:
June — — — $SS3 |S M
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat :
Jure — — — "0 70*»
July .... .. 71>- 71 *» 70>« 704 71 >i
gejMenber .... . Mta ''^'-i 659-16 ¦ <"¦»'•»
Com:
June — — — 41H 41 •»
July 42 IS In 43 1 42 : i 42H 42 T t
.September . iZ% 44 434 434 43'»
Oats:
June 2«5*» ..', 26 « 2C*4 27
Julr 27H 57% 274 174 27\
September 2e l 4l 4 li» 7-16 2* T » 25* 26H
Lard:
Juiy . . .}S fiO |8 60 IS 524 JS 524 J? .'.5
Sertember mt v 7,, 6 60 4 60 s f.5
Kits:
July eriT'z -.-. 8 074 « 074 808
Sertember . . 112 BIS 110 810 ' ? "74
Perk:
•lulv 141W1 14 PO 14 824 14 «."i 14 77H
September . ir><ir. I.'. 074 14 074 1". 024 I4W
Receipts of bresd*?urf s at Interior points la thousand*
ln?t th-ee ciphers iOiiOi omi'ted flcur bbis, grain bufh.
as follows:
Flour. Wheat. Cora. Oats. Rye Barley.
''hi'-ac, ,vt l«t 4.'-» 119 1 0
Milwaukee M 14 5 22 .2 10
Vmneapolts — -•¦- 7 IS 1 1
I'uluth — S4 12 — 4 —
St. I^iuis . 9 21 2S 17 — —
Ka-.sas • ''.TV _ s»i \\ 4 _
Toledo — » 6S II I —
r»etroit 1 2 4 I — —
Feiria _ _ 2 ;i 2!> — —
Totals M M] st* 425 9 2i">
Phtpments from these point*:
rhlra «o 33 7 t'74 805 1 3
Milwaukee .... is s S 3 — 3
Minneapolis . . . |6 21 I 7 1
Puluth .... — 2>- l » 43
St. Louis .7 7 £,-, 34
Kansas City — Vi 'A 11 __
Toledo .... — 4 22 17 — —
Detroit 1 « —
I'eoria — 1 -. M — —
Tottto 72 BA3 p7« 433 1 7
Ke-eipts a: Atlantic ports:
Kew-York . 1» 2»J 1«T M — 4
Boston I 7 41 £«, 4- — —
T'hilaiieir.hia . . — £2 UK) -> i» — —
niMmorr 27 M ... 11 1 _
Newport New? $ _ _. •
New-Orleans 1 >>s 24 5 —
Galveston 17 — — — —
Totals t,2 MS IS 171 I 4
nxpnt-s from Atlantic pern :
New V<rk 12 S3 2 43 — —
Boston 27 — — — — —
I'hila'ieSphla 10 17 M 17 — —
Baltimore 7 _ ;;¦*> — — —
Ne* -Orleans 1 12 8 — — —
tialveston .— I*l — — — —
Totals ST 304 200 £2
MFTTALS-Tin in loc s ; metal c.rrle* sufferM a severe
jetv^rl. to <<i,r under llTJid^'ion, notwithstanding the
fact that That metal 11 Lon<lon was l'»s higher. The lo
cal marker <jec]i r e^ ahou' 20 points on spot anil c!o f »<i
easy, ... futures were n- .< anl n' a discount cf 1,
trom spot. This conforms with the import price from th«
Tar Eas- After a Steady day the I^oni^-n tin market
rlowj w:th f^it at flJl 7« #4 *r.*. fu-ures at n2<? l ft s
Copper rule'! a shade rirrr.et- (^ London, spot c|o«me at
»fX» 5s an.i futurej. at ... 13* M. H«r^ the market "-as
without feature and prices were nominally un*hfirc*.V
I>-al. while holding oulte s'eaiiy. was unchanged as to
abrnad. Bpelter »a^ ¦ -
and In I^ndon, c'-rfins at |3859f4 "1 £17 7s Bd, re-
Fpecti\e]v. representing a falltrr off of 2s «d in the lat
ter. Domestic Iron markets ruled very <juiet to-day, f.ut
ha 1 ! an easy undertone at yesterdays lorr. Pu ir^n war
rar.-s dosed a! "SSOCSIO 2S: Northern foundry, fll 2M?
iISSO; Southern foundry. $13 7.'.^ 1 15 25. and «.?t South
ern, <12 75<&»15 25
M !.>--¦- AND SYRUPS- Trading In molasse.. was
of the sliw. hand to nvuth order that usually character
izes hu«ln«-ss ir. this market at this sea»oti of tfc.. year.
I'rices v.etc about nominally unchanged, vu.tations f'l
l"w : New-Orleans centrifugal, common. 12fi13. - : fair.
14'al!>c; p-,M. 17'g22cjft.rtme. 22S.TOC. New-Orleans rf»n
kettle. 27fi«"c : Porto Hico. 3Ut?4i«c; syrups, f.mmrn, 15'g
l*r: fair, l'fcl-c; good. 11>52f0, prime, 21 / &2«", fan--}.
r.«27-.
OCEAN FREIGHTS- The market for aa tonnace was
quiet and fea'ureless. the mi: •• -c limited In many
departmentP and rates nominally unchanged In the
steamer market the demand wa* «ifaciv. with own»rs
asking full recent rates and offerings limite.l. Quotations
to I^ivrpool were ll l 4 d: ly^ndon. l\d: Glasgow. l'»d;
Bristol. •J'-d; I>ejih. 3d; Hull. BVid' Newcastle. 2'Sd; Ant
werp, 2 i «d: Hamburg. 474 rfenniß"; Rorterdam an-1
Amsterdam. 7c, citton to Liverpool, per ..¦•_
don oars. '¦- CHARTERS — Italian steamer. 2.sfrft
tons, coal, Norfolk to Mania '..7*. British steamer,
ZIjQOO qrs grain. Baltimore to p'lncip.il por'* I'nlted K!n»
dom o r Continent. 2j 4'jd op'i. n Hamburg 2s <M. July
1-15; British steaawr, 1 .**" " tons, general rart", hence to
River Piate. private terms, July; l!ritl*h steamer. 1.77»
tone cr.«i. Norfolk to St Lucia, private i»rm». British
steamer, 1.2t«7 tons. coal Bathad s 10 New York. 12c.
FTf-arrer. S.*i4 • -.(• New-York to Bay snd back,
one trip, private terms; Italian hark. 24.««> c a «e s pel
!'um. hence to A!exa.ndria. l*i\c promp": I'aiian hark.
4..V10 bhls refined petroleum. h»nce to the Flaltic. private
terms. pratn< • . schooner. 2.155 toi china clay, Fowey
to New -York, private terms- r.ark. I.<r2« t^ns. china
clay. Fowey to Philadelphia, private terms; Italian bark.
fiOl trnsi sho<^kP. Bangor to Italy, owners account; Firlt
ish echoor,p r . 850.000 feet lumber. Tusker \Ve.«ge 10
Boesoa Ayres, HO. or Rout *!l: schooner. 101 tins.
New York to Haytt and hack, lump sum and port
charge,.; schooner. f*2M tons <-oal. Norfolk to Galvesfc-,
$1 DO: FChooner. 49^ tons, lumber. Darien f> New -York!
f4»>7ij; FchoonT. «53!> fn«. lumber. K»rnandina to \«»
York, - t 75; schooner. 1.155 torn?, ties. Brunswick to New-
York. 14c; schooner. 3&7 tons pilinc. Wilmington. \ c.
to New York, private terms, coal out, private terms;
schooner. 1 j: tons. coal. Philadelphia •• Hnngor. S.".c;
schooner. Ml tons. coal. I'hiladelphia to Portland. 7.V-;
schooner, ac tons. coal. Philadelphia to SaMcus. $1 12'; '
schooner, 1.55)! tons. coal. Haltlmor* to Hangor. inc. ;1 .
rtays loading and discharging; *ch/>oner. lvi, tons coal
We^hawken to Salem. TOe: schooner. 244 tons. coai. Port
It«=ai*.ing to Aurusta. $1 : two barges. 2.3f"'> tons capacity
es..h. cc.al. Baltimore tr> Boston. We per ton Hnd h m.
OILS— The lo<-sl market for cottonseed oil was strong
ar.d fairly active, with sales reported at SO" for prim"
summer yellow. 1. 1....- ol! quiet ana petroleum un
hangi Petroleum. bMs. NUM. and In h.ulk *? :'_'.
Philadelphia. bWs. *««.".. an.l In bulk. $4 ,V> nefine.l
cases. New -York. »7»0 COTTONSEED OlL— Prime
crude nominal, prime summer yellow, ¦-..•¦. off summer
yellow. He; prime white. 1: ,!_•' prime winter yllow.
42f; linseed. American raw. •;! ; linked. American boiled,
CCSc; <-alc U tta raw. ••".¦ '.'.• .--^tti linseed quoted 2c unuVr
city brands: lard oil. itvf,7ii<
PROVISIONS— AIthough Quiet all day. 'he provision
market was am again and n shade higher, influ»n<e.l liy
a sg-l(V rise in live bogs a! I good speculative demand.
I'hi'ago received 2)»."<«» head, Kansas City 2<).f«X( anl
Omaha : I f«*>. PORK — Firm : io«ed Mess. SU73Q
*: .-.-, family, 15 s«>'&?l<>; short ear. H<if fl7 2."i
BEEF Stead] <juore,i: Mesp. %Wa%:< :<• famllv .-10 r^'-j;
*12; packet. 110691030; extra India mess, t1»9517
REEF HAMS — Nominal: quoted: |2O.V)«t2J
DRESSKD HOGS— Firm: quoted: Bacons, 77 1«c;1 «c; IX. TT
TV; »B Sc; 140 M - -" pigs. >¦¦¦• CUT MEATS
1 — Pickled bellies quiet; quoted; Stroking. 10© 10 * 10
' Th. »>4c; 12 Tb. Oi- t e: 14 rr »»*<¦ Pickled shoulders steady;
quoted; 7 ! «c. Pickled hams dull; quoted: '•'?I".
TALI/1W — Quiet; quoted: Cltj 4"« c; country. .'.#*'«'-:
.LARD Steady; quoted: *>.*>.•. City lard steady;
quoted: r.2Oc. Ref?n*<l lard steady: quoted: South AmT!
ca. H»ii»c; Continent. SV-; Brazil kegs. 10.70< Compound
firm; quoted: «*,itr'J T *>- STF.ARtXB- Weak; quoted :
Oleo »«ft"ic. City lard steartne, i»T,c.
NiCE — The market for rt<-e ruled rather quiet, but
about Steady at unchanged prices. Information from
Southern quartern also Indicated quietness Quotations fol
low: Domestic, common to low fair, SHQ4c; a (*• to
gf.od. 37/»j?+40;3 7 /»j?+4o; prime to choice. 54fi5Sc; head. 54WH4'-;
farna. 4'*Q.l'«c; Japan. 4*»IT.V; Java Wh\\ Rangoon
In nor 2JJ24c.
arGAR— There war a \ery slow trade reported by
brokers for refined sugar to-day This Is rather unusual
fi>r this season of the year. Withdrawals on contracts
are also slack. List prj'-es were unchanged that is. on
the lasts of r>..*..V for the American Sugar Refining Com -
par.y's sugars and 5.50 c far standard granulated of
Arouckle Brother*' sucar. Quotations follow: CSlt loaf,
crushed and" rtcminrs. 6.l»Tic; m^uld A. 3.90 c: cubes. .". M
XXXX powdered. f>.7<* ; powdered, coarse powdered and
fruit powdered. o.<Ssc; Eagle confectioners" granulate!.
B.80c; Eagle coarse and extra fire granulated. s.*>sc;
Kagle. 2 Iti cartonr. 2 Hi bapn and .*» lb bags of fine car.ll
latej h "IK; Eagle line granulated, standard granulate!
anT 'diamond A. 5.55 c; enfect loners' A, .'..3.*.'-; No 1.
-1* Sob 2 and 3, I."--. No 4 5.10 c; No 5, .-> «>.-.. No 6,
r. <X>c. No 74 >>.¦ : No S. 4 mi. No 0. 4.7.V: No* It). 4 7"-
No II 46.V; Nos 12 and l.'l. 4. •»¦>.-, and Nos 14. 15 ard
16 4 .V. Cable advices reported steady market for beet
, _„- in l>.ndon. tad the June delivery advanced *»-1 to
Its 4'« d. while the future option remained unchanged st
S>% 4*»<l. The local raw sugar market, while retaining a
steady undertone, ruled very quiet all day a' about un
cuanged prices — 44 t »<- for centrifugal. r 1 . 4 *.- for muscovado
and t%c for molasses sugar. Refiners are indifferent
about buying and" Importers are not pressing their goods
en the market
TEA— The market for tea futures again ruled feature
less and unchansed to-day. Quotations follow: June.
Ill*oei2e- July and August. 12tf12-10c; September. I:; In
ei3.2l»c; October, ia.Sew-M.aOe; November. 13.3Crg13.40c;
December. 13. 40^13. 50c.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New-York, June 12. 1001.
BEANS AND PEAS— There was a steady market for
domestic marrow beans en the bails of $!:.'.<> for average
choice quality; cne fancy lot still Job at |2 S3. but this
ts exceptional; some very good lots sold at $2 4."». Medium
are felling a little freer, but at eary prices— say. ji P74«i
$2 for best stock. Pea show further Blight advance, §nme
sales (i barrel stock j-'ir-. i to-dar st |2<BHv«S4B
Market for red kidney Is decidedly strong; sales are
reported at J2 15612 20. and ftodi is offered rather spar
ingly: exporters have taken a fair quantity, and there Is
some speculative demand. Other State beans are un
changed In tone or price. Imported medium beans quite
plenty but moving somewhat freer, and there Is a steady
feeling on the best grades. We quote: Beans, marrow,
choice per bush. 1250. do medium, choice. $1 97HSJ2;
do pea. bbla, choice. f2O2ViCS2O3: do red kidney, choice.
tg SmtiV* to white kidney, choice. 52 1035113; do
yellow eye. choice. «2 86«$3»0; do black turtle soup,
choice $1708*175; do Sima, California. $4 253*4 30;
Italian, medium. II S0««i 90: other foreign medium, prime
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THUBSDAY. JT'XE rd. IfMH.
to choice. nOMI 70: do Imported medium, common to
good $1 25f Jl 50; green -"a* s , b»g«. Jl 20; do ccotch,
bags. *1 2: 417*1 2-* 1
BCTTER— No further change of a decided character.
Business moved along fairly with enough speculative 0'-
Bland to sustain the advance established yesterday. MOM
of the business in fancy creamery was at ISHe: ln •*"
ceptional caw-s that tlsure was excee.ied a fraction lor
long lines, while it is pn^'ihl" that a little le-s »a; «c
cepted for fome small shirment!> of fine goods Fir«ts
steady at i 1i 1 - 1-::'1 -::' There is not much call for the lower
grad«-. Trade nn tn t large for State dairy n~r for imitation
partly for export and partly for home trade: standard
packings are commanding U\»c quite generally but choice
grades are selling at He. We quote: Oeamery, extras,
r*r A, li>4c; do fir-t-. lsijSl<.»c; do -econds. 17ffl s -: no
thirds. l.".^l»ic; State dairy, ••¦- fancy, l«4r; Uo rtryt-.
17L.fi lSc; do seconds. 16017 c; do third-. l«£lSc; western
Imitation creamery fancy I«9l'i do firsts. 14 4 SIS'": <\ n
lower grade* !:ali- Weeiern facton . fancy. "?««: "M
rlr-ts. 14c; do fair to prime. 13®13Hc; do lower grades,
12i?'.2'-r' . renovated butter fancy. l«'-ffl7c; do common
to choice. UtflSHe; old Western factorj'. lltflSHf.
CHEESE—The supplies of large full cream cheese were
comparatively moderate to-day hut ft liberal quantity to
com" ':r;rr the balance of the week. Export demand
continues active, and with hulk of the stock to cc-me
under entrapem«nt the murket continues ln firm position.
especially for white Small sites however. ar« in literal
¦urply. very slow sail and stock rapidly accumulating,
with th» tone weak and. unsettled Stelmj held about a*
before Liverpool cable. 43a for new colored and" wf " ir °-
We quote: State, full cream, small, white, fanov. Oc; d.>
colored, fancy. !V; do fair to choice, s^ijS^r; do larpe,
white, fancy. RHe: do fair to choice, SWCSHc; do large,
colored, fancy. sH'Bs^c; do fair to choice. Sl«'S 1 «'S si jc: do
common. »5 I «'^7 l ie; light jktms. small, choice. 7I7 I - / 57H:c:
So large, choice, «',ti7c; part skim*, prime, ZH^'^ r '- " n
fair to good. [email protected];"d0 . mm n 2H©3c; full skims.
llT?2c.l I T?2c.
EGGS — Trade dull and unsatisfactory, and with heavy
receipts the market continue? strongly In buyers' favor.
prices showing further decline. We quote: Jersey. State
and Pennsylvania, fancy selected. 14. do average prime.
18c; Western, northerly sections, candled, selected. 13c:
d> selected, uncandled. ' 12V»fi 12Vie: do ungraded. 11912 c:
do loss off. 13c; Southwestern, •¦•¦::. dirties. J>Tfl"c;
checks, " L ;'sl'c.
PRCTTB FRESH— Receipts of peaches are still of very
Irregular quality and value; few good enough to re.irh
outside quotations. Pineapples about stead for prime
large. Small lots of cherries nave appeared ior which
there li a fair demand when the quality is choice. Straw
berries were in heavy receipt to-day, the trade was ex
tremely dull and prices ruled lower and weak: any reason
able bids had to he accepted to clean un Huckleberries
are also largely selling at very low prices; quality l»
poor and very little demand for them. niarkhcrrles
lower and q-iiet. Raspberries weaker. Very few Florida
watermelons offering. Muskmelons generally green or
otherwise Inferior, and for such values are uncertain:
fancy stock would «el| well. We quote: Peaches. South
Carolina, early sorts, fair to prime. $15001260: Georgia.
early sorts, choice. *2gs2.V>; do poor to good. $I<Bsl "3;
Florida, fair to prime. |ti 2. T .'ss2 pineapples. Florida red
Spanish. 245. per case, $:: 2.-><i?s.l vi do 30s. $2 756»3; do
.".fiV. f22s«>s2m Key West, red Ppnnish. as to size. pel
case, $2 25®J3; cherries, larce red and white, choice, prr
Tt>. *•:!' do sour TCfSc; strawberries South Jersey,
Urge varieties, fancy. 7'ffOc: do South Jersey, large
varieties, ordinary. .'l'Stio. do average lines, fair to g->od.
4<d.->. do Inferior "¦- do Maryland and r>ei»ware. Urge
varieties, fancy, "esc; do fair to good. 3tf6c; <i" small
varieties. 335 c; huckleberrie?. North I'arnlma. laree. dry
and sound, blnck. 7c; do ordinary. 4aflc; hlrc'-kherri*-":.
North Carolina, cultivated, choice, (Vffllc; pooseberries.
medium size, fir, watermelons, Florida, good to choice.
ea.-h, 355. W. muskmelons. Florida, choice, per bu«h
basket or c r ate, ?2'ts". do co.nmcn to fair. S11f?l 75
FRPITS - DT! I KD - The market for evaporated nppl'- If
steady, hut without further ciinnge. The quantity of
sro.-k cut of rr.ll rage is light. No further sales nf
fiifures. S'm dried .irrl-s held with a good deal of confi
dence', under so-ne speculative demand fhops and core*
«nd skins steady. Very little do\ne tn small fruits. We
quote: Apples, evaporated, fsnov. 7c: do choice. WiG
6*dC; do prime. <V.}fi%o; do corrrnon to good, 3'ifi" lL s'". do
fun dried. Southern, sliced. r.54c; do State ard "Vestern,
quarters Stflc; do Soiithwrstern. coarse cut. SSfTS 1?'-;1 ?'-;
do Southern. < oarso cut 2W^j3c; do chops, per I'm T>.
7<V-J?sl 50; do cor-s and skin?, 40ct?Jl 2.">. cherries. 123
WHc; rn-spherrlefi. evaporated, H"f?2<'-; blackberries. s'-'3
!-Kf. apricots. California. Moorpark. 10^l2'»c; do Royal.
«3f»c. peaches. California, peei-d. l'j^is,-; J,-> unr*-:-'!.
STY: prunes. California, 2't'f>^\c.
HOP?- The market Is ln rr.u^h the same condition as
note,', for some days past. Probably n little more s'" k
Is moving to btewers. rut the demand still la-ks force,
and It is easy to buy ut the figures pi\*n We quote;
.... chojee. r»r tb. 17t»l>>c; dn goo^ to rrime.
T'Vs'ft l« l jc: do common ro fair. 13'ffI5c; d. ]«W' comm.-n
to choice. ln.iHc. Pacific Coast. r.»«> choice 17'sQl-c.
<*o c..-,.--1 to rrime. 15H<fl7e: do common to f^ir. 13ffl5c;
do.istw. poor to choice. WHr; State and Pacit":- Coast,
eld '.ids 205 c.
POULTRY— ALIVE— Receipts inrlud-d 12 cars Western
»>rd « ren rcatterlng ciM>p.« hy expresh Fprinc chicken!
tn mod-'-a'e supply and heM aNrnt steady. Fowls an.]
Old r..opter« working out slowly at sre-.dy prices. Turkey «
dtill -»nd weak. Ducks very slow. <;•>• -» m f-ir d^mund
an! rteady. Live pigeons «ik We qu^Te: Pprlng chicks
ens. rK-iTh;.. ''iio and Indiana, per rb. 211122 c: d" far
Western. l-*Tj -'••¦ do South.m and Soutnwestem, I>i.':
f^» Is per rtv H»V: rooster*. 64c, turkej ». y. ducks
B\*r.a;- Wi<t*rn. per pair. 7i"ST5c; pcepe avorjK* Wesi
em. $Hlsl 12; pigeons. 50<*25t ... DRESSED- Iced fowls
continue in moderate supply nnd held with » fair depree
of Qrmne«s in view ¦ prospective mod-rate r»c,i r t s fcr
the f.»ian.» cf :^e wok, t.ijr the een«r::l -lerrnnd c<-n
tlrues very s.'"*w. J-prin^ ehlcicenJ m*Te p.enty frotn al*
sections «r.d rn-eg 1 „»»r. I^i:tr !?lan.j and .-ther nenrt.y
sprirt; ducks ar- p!en'v and r^lline fa'.rly ar fornwr prig's.
Fresh killed turkeys generally undesirable Tsme »ni:a^s
In liherai supply and prices easier. In frozen poultry
there i« a fair call for d*Mnib!e t'm turiteya, fan.'j brr.ll
er» and «-ft m«-:e.l rcastire '•h:r^» r » tmr other frozen
*to^h «t->nera!lv qniet. We quote: Turkeys, hen*. 7ffiw*;
'"inf. 7c; hrr|ie r », Philadelphia, 4 It. and over to j-air,
30<r; do 2 '" .ird under, "¦&2*r: flo Pennsylvania, fair <o
good 22Ti2flc do Wettern dry risked, fair to so->i -*V 3
2«r. do scarfled. I^s2^-; do Southern, sm»i;. 1501<!c:
fow's. Western *rv r'fk'd. fan^v. -roali. I<V; do »-a:i»d
fHflliV: do Western, heavy. »fft>v,c ; do Siuthwesrern.
«*ry ri<*Ued. umall. l<v. do Western »n.i Southwestern,
poor to good, *fj^'--. old r^ri^r ficrt'-j' : flueks. ¦print
licnir Is!ind ard 'ih«r nearbi I3ttl" r : squabs, choice.
larr«-. white pe r d-^zer. ?2 2.".. do ml led. »1 7.".fisJ. do
d-'k. Jl 2.-.SJI .V>. frozen. Jutkeys. young l;en- No 1. 119
11..c; m!)i»d young; hens an-*, toms N> 1, 104<8ilc ; v «-«
torus No I. lnvfjllc; bro|l»rs. dry picked. f.in^T.
20<-; do scalded. I^SJfV-; chickens, fancy, soft m-.T»d. 12tf
18c: d*» avernre. No 1, O'iTtiV; rt^ri", fancy. Inrge. |5<J
]*>c; do medium nifA. 130144;; few!». <iry picked. No 1.
l''y. So plain. aßflc;a Bflc; ducks, fancy. IJfllSHci gees*, fancy.
POTATOES AND VEOETABI.Esi— OW potatoes «r<»
somewtiat easier under a Tiiet tr:i.ie. Sr..|l^^r^ nn 1 -*' are
lr. m^erate supply 10 day and roeel • fair demand a!
••eady pri-e). Asparagus quiet, r.it without further
cnttnge. OVid Southern cfthtiagey me**t a fa:r iiemnr..!
a* about steady pri'-'--. but mury were r r,ft and more or
pea- were |p. fair -jpr'*'. «nd arrived Ute, price* decline. !.
rlo-ing «>»k, Norfolk s'ring he!»n« s.ild at very full
prices. North Carolina- In light supplj apd alvnii steady,
Southern CUCumben t'!«.nr>. .:uil j»n«1 n»aker. F"ion<!\
t-.ma'oes mcye slowly ur'e»«. of unusually good qua!
Ity; for »u'D there |s a fair demand. We ¦juote: Pota
tr*«, Florida, f^ir t- rhoir.-.. r »r hbl. *.t?i*.'t 7.". . do Charles
ton ar.d Savannah. Rose, closely graded, extra-. 11T.V
do fair ro prime. $:Hfj«:; 50; do whit* Chtll, fair 10 j.rlm*.
1373943 25; do rej Chill, f-tr to prime. %•> -^fi s:; ;.-..
d>T Norfolk and North <'aro|ina. Rose, closely gra.'^V
extras *."J7.-,: do Norfolk and North Carolina Rose r.ilr
t.> prime.- %\i'a%'l s<>: do white Chill. 12 75?if-'? 2.'. ; do r».l
'hrn. *- .v«a t?.: Southern, seconds, per hM ji :.n-(,.j-j
do Slat* Jind Western, pc- lsrt tT> fl «j«2 2.'.; do Plate,
per s»-k. S2CI2 25. A«iiar^e'is. extra large, green. \"-r
dozen. »2 50<!f3; do extra [.rime, white $2 sO©s3; do
prime. nhltM or cwn. $175©»223; do culls. 75c0*1.
p^etit. .Jersey and Long Iflan.i. \<t 1««> bunches, $.'!'u*».
do '"harlesron and North Carolina, *2'u*3 1 do Norfolk
per hbl. $2'?"2 'A Carrou, Jersey, per !«»» small hunches
J2. Corp.. FtW | Florida, per .-.15^ Mfi*.i. 1 e|er> Flor
ida, pc- case. J4fis.-.. Car.haitos. H..Ttimore, r hbl, *l^i
$1 23; do Norfolk. 7.V«i"i »; do Norfolk. p»r hbl. V>-n
•1. Cueumrwrs. Savannah, per hush r>,-isk<" SI J.",T|JI .">"
d<> Charl.stcn. 11250*150: do Florida. p*r task»t. SHi
(1 2*. do per cra'f. 73e951 12 Eggplants. Florida, choice.
per box, 5330994: do common to K'k>-1. $2<iJ.i; .1. Florida,
per bbl. '.".QJti. <;.irltc. New Orleans, p. r tT>. >i'a~'\ Lima
hear.s. Florida, per .rate. SI6S2 union-. lif-rmu-ia. [«»t
crate. $1 «0; «lo rgvptfnn. per bag. *I Tr.-Ji#i: do New
Orleans, per bbl, $20*233; do per half bbl hag. *1S»1 25.
Peas. South Jersey, per lanket. Xl 25: do Eastern Shor,.
and llar>land. per half bbl Ktsket. 7.">'"3* l 2.* i; do Balti
more, p-r half i>t.i t«»ske', $1 ij' ( isi 2.". Peppers, Florida,
per carrier. $2'«s.! String beans, Norfolk, round, gr^n.
per hat^t, 15 7.'.f?s;i; «'io flat, green, (2 r.fij; M, do wax
$2^s2'J.'.. do Nortr Carolina, wax. per basket Slfffl SO;
»i.. green. $1 z:>'Si2: do Charleston, gre» n . $i-&|i r,o. dc
wax. MVffJl 25; do Savannah, per basket. ;,0-gsl 23.
Squash. I'harlestr-n. yellow, per hush r.aslt«t. SOfftSc; do
white. aOQ.'iMc: do Florida, yellow. pe r bush crate or
basket, 40ti*S0c; do white. ;!nu»ik- : do s.nitiiern. marrow,
120(250. Turnips. Jersey, white, per iro hunches, f2St
f.l. Tomatoes. Florida, fancy. p.. r carrier, 5U ,"i<»; a>> prime.
J-.-«2 25; do poor to fair. Jl<?sl 7.'..
NAVAL STORES.
A ftrm-r fe. ling prevailed In the market for spirit-, and
vaiue-. were advanced ';<¦ ln sympathy with n slmil,ir riife
In Savannah ami on nwinmt "f light avail Fiipplies
here. The close w;i" firm rtr.sln rulej steady ifut un
chHrged. while tar and r> Tr h \«.'ere quiet. We quote"
TAR— Regulars, S3 05: do oil bbla *4.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE -3.*e3sHe.
ROSlN— Common >o bo.».i strained. II -.¦ f. $163 F
t: -¦• a $1 7.1: IT. $1 *«. I. *1 •«. K. "2 20; m 53 38: N
$2 SO W G. IS 13, an.l W W. $3 40.
STOCK ON HAND.
Rn-tn . . 23.818 bbl-
Sptr:ti> turpentine . 1.3.14 Mils
Tar 1,208 bbll
Wilmington June 12. —Spirits turpentine firm. 32982 He:
reielpt». .VI bhls. Rosin steady. $1 f>.Vn*l 1O; receipts,
111 ».bis. "rude turpentine steady. SI K."(j"s2 10; receipts,
67 bbl - Tar firm. SI •"•> receipts, lft bbl*.
Charleston. June 12 — Turpentine firm. 31c. Rosin firm,
uni-har.K. '
Savannah. June 12 . — Spirits turpentine firm. 3.V re
ceipts, 1.708 bbls sales .71 bbls; exports 101; bhls
P.osln firm; receipts. .1.«44 bbls; «ales. Tt . bbls; exports.
4 4,;-< bbls. We quote: A. n. C, »1. I' $1 a*. E $1 10:
F. *1 15; a 11 an H. *1 85; I. si 50; K. fl so- m «25:
N. *2.V. . bj> <;. S2SO W W, jr. 10.
Orleans. June 15.— Receipts— Rosin, fWn hbls; tur
pentine. LOS casks Exports — Liverpool, rosin. 250 hbls.
London. June 12— Turpentine spirits 2'"? 6d.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
New-York/June 12. 1001.
BEEVES— Receipt] were 110 cars, or 2.2:15 head. Includ
ing X". cars for slaughK-rers and 28 for the market, mak
ing with previous arrival* 2« cars on sale, of which 12 st
Jersey Ctty and H at Sixtieth- st. Steers were In light
supply and in. higher; bulls steady to 10c lower; cow»
steady ti> 15c of"; tii« yards were cleared. Medium to
choice steers sold at {A 20495fl per Hm> fn; oxen and stags
at $2 7.Vff?4 8O; b.ills at 133*1 22' i: 1 extra bull at *4 M>:
COWS at ?2 2.Vas4 23; 1 extra fine cow at $4 -v. Dressed
beef in fair demand at 7*4'6ft- per rh. No change In
cables Shipments to-day Included 2 <**•> quarters of beef
on the Slajestl.- to Liverpool. No shipments to morrow
Sales J. G. Curtis & Son: i stocken 830 n, average at
S3 SB per 1<"»» Ib; 1 ox. 1180 lt>. at $4; 1 bull. I.**! Tt>' at
»4; I do, 907 n.. at *3 75; s do. X! :> Th. at $:;,;.•, 1 .[, 75,,
TT>. at J.I 90; 3 do. --7 IT), at S3 SO; 5 cows 022 IT) at S3 4<i
5 do, 1813 Ib, at $» 81): 2n do. 1010 rh. at $:i 23- 2."* do P3»
11 at $.105; 1:1 do. WO rr,. at $3 10. 3 do. 547 Ib at *3- 4
do. 797 Tt>. »• $2 7.'. •'• do. 727 TT.. at *2 0U; 2 la 625 tb, at
$2 50. 7 do, 634 16 at »2 75.
McPher*-in & i"a : 2 Penntylvanla steers. I*ls lt> at
1520; 1 stag ¦¦"•" Ib, at >i s.. 1 bull. 000 Ib. at *4 10; 6
do, 1041 Ib. at $3 S5; IS •«« - I<V,4 it- at J4 20; B do 10fi6
B>, at *4 « do fWi rh. at $340; 3 do. 573 TT> at DIM 4
do,. lOßfl IT., at $.1 35: 15 so, Rs3 ID. at $.1; 8 do 750 Ib at
J2 85; 3 do. 7CO TT>, at $2 so
Andrew Mullen: 1 ox, 10.10 n.. at $3 7".- 2 do. limn Ib
at «2 75: 7 bulls. 774 n>. at |:i «8: * do. 7.V, n> at $3 45:
12 do, 732 rt>. at ?:t 40; 2 cows. 1110 It), at "3 40- 3 do BBS
It., at f.< 25; 1 do. 755 T. at S2 ••¦"¦; !V So, ft is ft at $200;
2 .to. «lC rb. Nt t- 4"
P. Sanders: lft Illinois -tee-». 1259 It' at {•'• 00; 1 bull.
9*l TT>. it *4 15: 1 rto. 1050 IT, at BAM; 2 do 500 16 at
f.l BO; 1 h»if«r. »:tf> n>. at $4 1.". 10 COWS, Ill« !T> at »4 25:
12 do. 1022 Ib, et $3 M>: 1 dn, lli»"> n. at $3.15; 1 do 570
Ib, st »2 75; 5 do. 675 Tf, at $2 70; 1 do. .'.70 IT. at $2 90
Newton & Co.: If Pennsylvania steers. 1127 fh at
SB 75: 25 do, S»4, rh. at $5 8»; 2 cows. «43 Ib. at $3 75; 13
do. S3S rt. at S3 SO: 1 do. 880 tb. at 133.'., 5 do. 862 16.
at $2 >-0; rt do 7*l rh. at *2 7.V
A. H. Epp«teln: 13 Kentucky steers. 13«V> ft. at $3 90:
4 bulls 12P5 lt>. at $4 SO.
JelltfTe. Wright * Co. : 1 bull. 1310 tb. at $3 flit: 2 do. 015
Ib. at S3 70 A do. 753 n>. »i $3 45; 1 do. 500 Ib. at $3: 2
cow». 1190 Ib, at J3 SO; 10 do. 833 Ib. at S3 70; 3 do. 730
Ib, at $3 23; 10 no, "S3 I* at $3 53; ft do. 751 tb. at $2 PO; I
I -- SIS m, at $2 75: 3 Co. 645 It at *2 70; i do. fU=9 It) ,
at S2 60; 15 da, 705 tb. at •••: 2 do. Zit ft. — »^2 3»-
robin * Shannon: 2 bulls. 970 15. at $3 SO' 1 ii« 670
Ib. at $3 flO; 17 cows. ?97 rb. at $3 12H
. L Heilbrun: 1 bull. 1«>O lb, at $4 05; 1 *-> B*^ nx at
S3 „. 1 cow, llao ft . at *4. 4 do. 1060 rb. at *3 76: 4 do.
»40 Tb. at $3 10; 1 do. 830 It., a: $2 25
J H Hume * Bra : 1 bull. ISne Xi>. at *4. 2 do. S>4s lt>.
st $3 7S 4 do. 813 tb. at *3 TO; 1 do. 700 rh. at $3 SB: 1 dc
W^ ' Ib. it BSBB 2 do. ft4o ft. at S3 40; 4 do. «>7 Ib. at
-•¦'' '•' ¦¦ « Bis *• at W: 1 60, 510 It>. at $2 2.-.; 1 do.
020 Ib. at ?2 «O.
John I>ucey: 4 bulls. C V. rb. at $3 75; 3 do. 703 D. at
$3 ''•"• 1 do, {.iw rb. at $3«0- 1 do. 720 rb. at $.150; 3 cows.
800 rb. it *:>. 40 Ida '-.7" It), at «2 70.
H. H. Botlla: 2 bulls, S»> Tb at *.". tvt; 1 cow. 980 rh. at
$3; 1 do 7!«> rb. at $2 BO; 1 do. 710 rh at $2 50.
S. Judd * Co.: 2 bulls. 1226 rh. at $4 224: 2 do. 955 tt>.
at *:; 725.
F. C Bailey: 1 bull. 1040 Ib. at $3 <5; 3 cows. 767 ft.
at *2 50.
MIL' COWS Receipts were 170 head. Including «l
for suburban dealers and ICK* for the market. Good cows
were In demand" and firm; medium and common stock
steady. Reported sales were at the range of .<2sg>.V.
for common to .choice cows, calf Included; extra cows
sold a- *^2'i?si-'?> each.
Pales — Andrew Muller: 13 cows and calves at 52541530
per head.
J. G. Curtis ,<- Son: 2S cows and calves at $30?'555; 2
extra cows at Jiss each.
L. Rellbrun 12 cows and calv»s at < v ; 6'*<W per head.
P. UcCabe: 11 cows and calves a- $.I.VSS.V) each.
J. 11. Hume A Bro: 3 cows and calves at $25i?537 50
each
F. C. Ball*] I cow and call for $r>2.
H. H. Hollls: 1 "springer" for $W.
CALVES — Receipts were 7.1-1 head, including 44 for
butchers, and counting the stale calves, there were 7.242
on sale, of which !l 87« at Sixtieth-st. and 1.3« Mat Jersey
City. On heavy receipts the market opened slow and
lower: veal;, dropped 25935 c and buttermilks SB4y3oej the
pens at Sixtieth-st were not cleared. Common to prime
veals sold mainly at [email protected] 50 per 100 Ib; choice and se
lected do at $5 Ma *•"¦ 75; a tew head (fancy > at $«1J*.'125;
culls at $3 50053 75; buttermilks at S3'SS3 V>. a few extra
do a' $4. City rrressed veal- lower at ftQSHc per Ib;
country dressed af S'lg'H".
Fales— J. H. Hume .i- Bro. : «0 veals. 164 rh average.
at >:, r-i per 100 It B3 do. 143 Ib. at 1535; 41 do. 14*
Ib. at 30; 2^H do. 147 Tti. «' $5 25; 33 do. 15« rh. at
$5 2O; r.,1 do. 143 tl at $5 19; 50 do, of various weights,
at $4 .Mi.; «.", .".•' 17 do 2i>* TT it $4 50; 2"" do. MB Tb. a'
?4: 40 mixed lives 133 Ib at *;< HO; »4 buttermilks.
14.1 Tb. at *,>T.7 L «.
Andrew Mull-n: 7- veal", 151 lb. at $5,174: 15« do. 152
?b, at $.*>,ls; 4ft.'> do. 14* tb. at BS 2." 10 do. 138 rb. at *4.
•SI mixed calves 138 Ib at $4 50. 42 do. 1.15 Ib, .it $4 25;
IS do. 111 Ib ..• ISM 17 buttermilks. 112 ft. at $.140.
OeorEe PUlenbick: 556 veals. 14'> IT), at 25; 2T!2
mixed do. 13S TT at $4«25: BS do 111 Th. at $*; 113
buttermilks 134 Ib at $3 'jr. 7 do, 15.1 tb. at S3
J. G. Curtis * Son: 80 reals, 14.". tb. a* $5 50; is» *»,
145 Ib, at $."> 35- I*4 do 131 tb at $.'25. v* do. 14S It),
at $,-.2.-.; 159 do. 184 Ib, si S3 25. less $15 on the lot; 151
do. il7 16 it $.'• 15; 2."> do US It), at $4; 1« do. 151 B>,
at fi
Jelllffe. Wrinht * Co • 40 veals, 14« It), at $5 50; «4 do.
151 It), at $5 5O; 3do ¦. tb. at $6; 414 do, 153 tb. at
$•"> Z7>: ,131 do 143 tl .It IS 20; 4 dn. .20 rt. at $4. 12 but
t-rniilks. 221 IT- at 5.137 1 -: 5O do. 133 Ib. at $.1: 4S do
,'. v thin reals): IZ* Ih. *1 $3 s**-
John P Kelson - IS veals ISS !t>. at $5 50; «V> do. 152
Ib. at .«.-, if<. «I.i do 13'> tb. at is a . i" do. 130 It), at $4;
2."> dr.. 12T, Ib, nt $3 .'4l , ~.
H. H. Hollls; 72 veals 14* Ib, at $550; 42^ do. 145 Tt>.
at *."• 2.V l.»> do. 177 It., at $.*> 12*4.
H \V. utis & Co.: (V> \-eaN. HV» It., at IS SO
F. C Bailey: « veal.- ISO Tb. at IS 7.*
S. Panders-: ,"h. veals 163 ti. al $.".7:.; I>2 do. 157 - at
V. K2".: !« do 141 Tb. at $5 50: 08 do. 1.12 th. a? $5.1. W.
17 do. I2i> TT\ at $' 15; 22 do, 1T.7 Ib, at $t. 28 buttermilks,
choice. 157 Tb. at $4
S. Judd &Co ¦ 28 \eals SO Tb. at $.*; 7": 44 do. I*s Tb.
at $.'. rtO; fil do 17r» Tt at t.-, «) l<r-s $7 U on the lot; apß
do. 14.1 IT. Nt f:> -."; 2.14 rio. 14.1 - at S.*' 2&; 80 do. 1.13 tb.
at $.'• 2f M do (fen- buttermilks'. 15 Ib. at SB
Torm * Shannon: 7 veal? (extra). I*4 n •" $« 2S_: «4
do. 147 rb. at $•*•«.">: -' do. 1?.:< Ib. at $5 50; * do. 12. rh.
at $." .">i: 1!> mixe-1 calves. 120 Ib, it $«.
SHEEP and lambs Receipts were 2« <-ars. -«.?«.
he,d. including .'. cars for slaughterers and 2 for the
market, makinc. with the stale stock. 2T.4 --ars on sale,
o* which 21'- ran w>re at Jersey City. Three cars "'
rived Ut« af'er trade was about over. ar d there vrere
only 22V, cars in the pens up to 11 o'clock. - rep were
dull ana heavy sheep lower than on Monday. Nor rnarv
ye.irlinrs on sile and those common Giv-d lamns were
\ery r.rm nnd selling at 2.> rents higher, not mu<"h chan«»
In common stock. The pens were fully cleared 1«
men (o prime ..he-p .old a» $250«53T3 per 100 »: «"
rr.on yearlings at *4: common to prime lambs at »*W
$6 75.; mainly a; $rt.?/m50.75 for fstr to prime. tMHtd
mutton slack at 507e per Tb; dressed lamhs at 8 H Oil He.
Sales- Tobln ft Shannon: 2!<»5 VlrgtßUl lambs, ks ra a-.
e--aKe at $« 75 per ion Tb 2SW do. fls Tt>. at $rt7:», 22>- do.
«S It..' a- Jrt7s: :«»1 do, A 2 Th. at SI W: 82 Indiana sheep.
157 Ib. -r $3 51. bucks. 125 a: *3 ... .
McPherson * Cte: 268 Maryland ..... f!2 rt>, st $*< ¦"
211 Virginia do. 66 Ib. -t $6«5; 22.*. do. «5 ». at JC .V»:
Mi Virginia sheip. 114 ». at $560; 15 Maryland .' -. 113
Tt. ar $.1; •_' unshorn Virgtni* yearUngs, 115 Tt>. ar $5 .5.
Newtnn * Co.: 2«J4 Virginia limns. 72 rb. «t *?> ... -M
do fit) rh at -r. 7."> 2«0 dr.. JO |b, at BUT! 27>"i do, '••" rb,
ar $«•. 7", ".2.". do, rr, rb. at *>?•>.*•. 5 Virginia sheep. 104 Tb.
¦ . ¦
K<iro Commission r-omranv: 2W Kentaekir lambs. «2
- at (fl>>l!3 it (common), fi2 Ib. at $.*•><">; 2." Kentneky
vefi'llncs 7.1 rb, at $4: D* Kenru^xy sheer. 104 rr. at
.... Western do. 11! Tb. at .«."» <V.
S >an-Vrs- 245 Vi-gin'a 1.-mbs. 75 - »' $^> >5; . un
shorn >tate yearling-. >«> n ar $1. 14 v»ri sheep. 82
" Hnrr'.nVt'on .v <~r, ¦ 1-0 Buffalo .heep. 1"« rb. at $.1 4".
,T. II Hume A Bro«.: .*. State ?h»ep \2>\ Tb. a- S3 73;
Ts do Xl rh at $.12T>. 11 do. -r. rh. at $3. 5 d".. «'» Tb. a?
$2Ni; 42 yearllnss 51 rb. at fJiC'i.
H H Holljs: 8 Blate rheep. «) |b. at S3
j-,nr,?_ rte-elpr* were Z\ l i tar», cr 4 57* he->d. in-!'id-
Ine about 14 ¦••r* for Ibe mark-". The r -> was a -.cry firTi
feeling on Buffalo advices. Sellers quoted V.'entern hoc,
at .*>¦. iT.-i *••.-»¦> per |im) Tt>. Srare pi«* at $«35<}$tl50
S a l«« s S:in.!e t s: t. ?ta'e hog* 1 , 213 TTi a\erage. at
}f, 4,-) pc- ]iin tb: 1 r-»iKh. 2.V. rh. at $.'. »f>
H H Hollls: - S S'lte ho«*. 150 Ib. at $.'> 35.
OTHER MARKETS— P.T TEIXGRAPH.
Oj!'-*?-.. Jun» 12 rattle -Receipt-. 21<v^> head. Tex
ar.s V«o ch-l-e steady others wrak Incbidirß batcher*'
stoch -nd Texam rood 10 prime steers. *,T., T . .Vfu-$* 3O;
mo; "• ra#dlum $» 50fr$5 4.">: ptorkm ar.d feeders «t-ady:
choir* fl-m <3<rs.% cow*. *2 7:»'S »."• ; hetferm, $J "«v«s:, ii>.
c«r>ner» slow ,«.lis2 7»: Mills, rhntce steady, hem weak,
$2 «off*« «S; c»l\e.« s'eadv. $4015 85; Texs* fed stee's.
$t 4i)ft »:.«'. Texas bolls, $2 75^(3 85. Hobs—Receipts^f
day >>'«''. to morrow "S.WO, e»;ini.\ted; left over. 2. ¦">"•:
opened active Be Mirher cleaißC easier; top. $*25. mixed
ar-1 butchers $5 {•otftri 2O (rood to choice heavy. *rt.fi t« 2:. .
rough heavy $5 638*5 A3; li-r.t. $5 »«*<» 10; bulk of
sa>-. $« V.sC*.'. 1.*.. Sheep— Receipts, 15.000; sh»e r «ni
lamb* ehoic* f t»adv others slow; spring up to $5 75.
B ood to ch.^l-e wetners. $3 s.\gsi H>; fair to choice mtx«d.
$.160013 05 Western sheep $3»ftßs4 1-1 yearlings. $»©
$« 4" nu'lve lambs $»fTK. I>>: %V'-T-rn Umhs. $4 *¦*?*¦. lV
Cincinnati .Tine I.' H^e« steady, *4 K»-3$H. t arti*
easy t- .*.<?«*s•* ' 25 Sheep steady, $2 234 53 65. Uimbs
¦teady, »". .V>3ss 75
THE STATE ¦ TRADE.
Chicago. June 12. — The leading futures ranged as fol
Wh««t No 3 n ? .r..n- Hiphest. Lowest. Closing.
jsr; :^k^ ™> 7^7ou^s
Se r tember fAMlfl'i 69 1 . eS'igOS 4*4 * 603t» l »
Corn. No 2:
Jun- - - *i*»
July 42 l «-rf4.1 43 H «S „ ¦?-'¦
Beptember «*iO»3Ti <* «*i «H«43S
Oats. No 2:
July 27% C 7-. 275827W 27',
Septem(,.- r 2«U» 2*s*,fflCrt», 2-*.» 25,
Meys pork, per bb':
July . . $14 !>> $14 '"• $14 a 5a 5 $14 «5
September 15 C*. 1.""73 1500 15C2VJ
Lard, per 100 Ib:
July BfO SCO 5324 BSS
September ... . 87H 8 70. >- rt ( > R
( >ct..f:er .... . . . 870 g7O -SB 565
Short ribs, per 100 Tb:
July . - 07 7 - 10 16T4 ?07^
September ... 8 12h R l3 810 S 12' i
Cash quotation* were n« follows: Fl^ur dull: No 3
spring wheat. STQeSe; No ¦-' red. T»^ 7 l :No 2 corn. 42We;
No 2 yellow. 42 L «o; No 2 oafs. 27 I *tT2> i ';'-; No 2 white.
20*4e;:No 3 white. 27H02SSc: No 2 rye. 4»-; good fee.j-
Ing barley. 4^,-; filr to choice malting. 51c; No 1 flax
seed *l 7'> N".. 1 Northwestern, $171; prime timothy
seed, jiff $3 «); mess pork, per r.M. <! i -:, ¦!%: 4 90 lard,
per 100 •• $^ I2'j<isS'i'.; shorr rlhs sides (loose). ; - O7' a
«is^ 10. dry salted shoulders (boxed), Cl «7 :*7 12-; ;
short clear «M»s .boxed.. $8 2MtSSS7H: whiskey, basis
Of high wines $1 27. siisrirs. (lit loaf. «..1»c; granulated.
5.77 c; confectioners' "A." _""». On lh»
Produce Exchange to- day the butter market was steady;
creameries. 1.'./fiISV: rtalrl-s, 13©l«He Cheese steady.
SSfflOHc Eggs easy, 10 He,
Duluth. June 12. — nose. Whe.it— Cash. No 1 hard.
72V-; No 1 Northern. OD%e; No : Northern. 84% c; July.
7".-; September, iis'j'". Oats, 27*«'a27';c.
Minneapolis, June 12. — C Wheat-Cash. ft«c; July.
rt7'4o ; >fc-piemher. M\e. On track —No 1 hard. We; No 1
Northern, ivhc; No 2 Northern. »»'.¦» i <•'... Flour un
change<l. Rran. In bulk, higher hi $11 .v^i*ii 75.
Milwaukee June 12. — Wriest steadier: No f Northern.
72072 He: No 2 Northern. TOOTIHe: July. 7OTf7O\c. Rye
tr-ndy; NO 1. 51\tf52c. Brtrley steady; NO 2 >>••; sample.
4lX'j.*.i.\
Philadelphia. June 12— Wheat r»t...i,lv . contract grade.
June. 7.V.~<',i7tV. forn nrm. Sc higher: No 2 mixed June.
4.-.\ttltv\ Oats dull and weak: No 2 white clipped. 34K»ff
34'ic. nutter firm, '¦-.¦<:i.- higher; fancy Western cream
ery 19 l ; r; do print*. 19c; do nearby. 2<V. Eggs steady:
fr»ih nearby. 14c; do Western. 14.-. do Southwestern. 13.-.
do Southern' 12c Cheese quiet; New York full ,-ream«.
fancy small it l * fT 9 S <• : do fair to choice. 88 171 7 BJBc Re
ceipts—Flour 3 o<"ii( hhls and 4.350.000 TT> Ir. sacks, wheat.
52,000 bush- corn.^ 100.00O; "'* 2i' o«ki Shipments —
Wheat. 17,*Hji> bush; corn. 81.000; oat?. 17.000.
st r>>t:ls Jure 12.— Close: Wheat— No 2 red. cash.
6SV-- luly 63Hc: September. «H4e; No 2 hard. 70<?i " , •
Corn — No 2 cash. »'¦'•. July. 40»itf-«04c; September.
4l T^c. Dats No 2 cash 2*'; c; July. 27^.-: September.
2.-. S. No 2 white. 31 l *c.
Toledo June 12.— Wheat dull; cash. 71 \r. .luiv 71's<-;
Feptemher 70",.-. <""nrn fjulet urd lower; cash. 4"c; July.
42W; September 4RSo Oat- firmer; cash. 2R'7'-. July.
27*»0; September. 2^c. Rye. *.3c. Cloverseed — Cash, prime.
$«50; October. $5 324. OH m changed.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
Savannah. June 12. -^Cotton steady: mi.iriiinr. T%e: lotv
mtldllng, -¦• good ordinary. «'«<•; receipts. K l4 bales;
exports const wise, 31: sales 401: stock. 32.1OI».
New-Orleans. June 12. — Cotton firm: middling. 7 tS-l#*:
low middling 7 l-18e; good ordinary, <\ «¦ . receipts 7.2«3
bales; exports, to Qreat nritaln, «.*«¦); to the Continent,
1.850': coastwise. 4.R11: sales. 2.i»» stock. lll.«A*i.
Mobile June 12. — Cotton nominal; middling. T%c; low
middling. 7.-. goo<l ordinary, «S.-. receipts, 3 bales; ex
ports coastwise 400: stock, 7,047
Memphis, June 12.— Cotton steady: middling. 7 IS !*•;
low mHdllng. 7 l-l«o; good ordinary, 6 B-lSc: net receipts,
•)*". bales- gro-«", ISO; shtpments. KM sales, 1.250; stock.
70, 1 1«.
Augusta. June 12— Cotton steady; middling. SVic: low
middling 7%* c; receipts. SOS bales; shipments. 519; sales,
030; stock. 20 MM.
eston, June 12.— Cotton firm: middling. ~\c; re
ceipts, 24 bales; stock. 4.792.
St. Louis. June 12.— Cotton steady: middling. 7"» c: low
middling. 7 v ie: good ordinary. B%e; -ran receipts. 830
bales; shipments. 1.4 M; stock. 71.932.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKETS.
Liverpool, June 12. — Closing: Wheat — Spot steady: No
2 red Western winter. «n . No 1 Northern spring, •»» . No 1
California. «s li, futures quiet; July. Ss »\d. September.
5- 9">»d. Corn — Spot quiet; American mixed new. 3s lid;
American mixed old. 4s DHd; futures quiet: July. :ta
li>*»d; September. 3s 111*4; October nominal. Peas —
Canadian steady. .*(• M. Hops at Tendon (Pacific Coast)
steady. £4tf£4 15«. Flour— St. Lmits fancy winter dull, Ss.
Beef steady; extra India mess. 62» I*l. Pork steady;
prime mess. Western. 61 1. Lard firm, prime Western, in
tierces. 43» : American refined. In palls. 43s 3d. Hams —
Ehort cut. 14 to 16 Tb. firm. 47- 3d. Bacon firm: Cumber
land cut. 26 to 30 Ib. 44a Od: ahort rib. 1« to 24 !T>. 45a M;
long clear middles, light. 2S to 34 IT-. 43s 3d: long clear
middles, heavy, 36 to 40 18. 41s 9d. short clear backs. 18
to 20 Ib. 42s 3d; clear bellies. 14 to Its R>. 46a •-.].
Shoulders — Square. 11 to 13 Ib. steady. 3i}s (5.1. . Butter
datl; finest United States, R«s; good United States 655.
''**>»« — voa—v-an finest white *£-! aalared (ne«4 steady.
4Sa. Tallow — Prime city quiet. 26e: Australian la Lender*
steady, 2*s fid Cottonseed oil — Hull refined, spot, steady.
22» 3d. Turpentine — Spirits steady, 275. Resla Common
steady. 4s 3d. Petroleum — Refined, steady. *\d. Linseed
oil firm, 34» M.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKETS.
Lisas June 12. 4 p. m. — Cotton — Spot, fair demand:
prices ; itv» higher; American middling fair. J-1M g->«d
middling. 4 2»-32V. middling. 4 391: low middling.
4 7-l«M. good niillaaij 4 3-l»>d: ordinary. 3 15-I*l. The
sales of the day were 10.000 bales, of which .V¥V were for
speculation a" '. export and Included sXMt American.
Futures opened quiet and etoaaa steady: American mid
dling. I m c June. 4 33-««<i buyers: June ana July. 4 32-rt»e
4 33-A4d sellers. July and Aur"t 4 31-*4«4 32-*4 d buy
ers: August and September. 4 25-«484 2»-«t.! seller*. Sep
tember. 4 23-*4©4 2«-»»4d sellers; October, gee. 4 S-*Mf
4 (V-«4d sellers; October and November. 4 S-«4d buyers:
November an.'. December. 4 l-*4d sellers: December and
January. 4 l-64d sellers: January and February. 4 !-*4d
buyers.
fun Qotcls.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS.
directly opposite Wall St. The coolest location In the :
vicintty of New York.
Twelve minutes from New-Tork City Hall. !
Select family and transient hotel. Large, light rooms. :
tingle and en suite, with private bath. i
REASONABLE RATES. J. C VAN CLEAF. Prop. [
BOSTON. I
HIfHST^'JI! COMMON-WEALTH
©lyj© I! lyJiiiJ avenue.
Gfl©¥[ElL WHKHMEfIIa
Most beautifully and conveniently situated of any lead- I
Ing hotel In the city, with patronage unexcelled. Fl»» !
minutes* walk from Back Bay Station co dust, amok* 1
or noise from steam or trolley cars. ¦
C H. GREENLEAF & CO.
———-———-------——-—-—-— —^^^^^^^^^ I
tji-ip ttiantcD <Hale. |
'ANTED FOR U. S. ARMT Able bodied. unmarri-d I
»> men. between ages of 21 and 35. citizens of Lntted
States of good character and temperate habits, who ran
gpeak. r-arf and write English. Foe information apply •
to RECRUITING OFFICER. 25 Third Are.. 741 Sixth :
Aye.. near 42nd St.. or 57 E. 125 th St.. New York City. •
CDctan Qteamcrs.
TOMTDO ©[EGBEfl^Oa ILDL©\fODa
FAST EXPRESS SERVICE.
CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON— BREMEN.
•La v n June IS 1 Kaiser Wm. Or July 30 |
K.iscr Wm. Hr June 29 Kalsertn M. Th Aug. 13
Kaiserln M. Th July !t 'Latin Aug. »
Sailing at 10 A. M.. Pier 52. North River. '
•To Southampton -Bremen only. ;
TWIN-SCrtEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
CHERBOURG or SOUTHAMPTON— BREMEN.
Fr a>r 0r... Jure IS. IPMIK. Lots* July 11. IPM ,
Gr. KurfUrst.June a). • AM!Fr. der Or ..July 19. 11 AM
Barbaros.«a .July 4. 11 AM G. Kurfiirst . . July 25. Noon
From New. Pier fo.->» of 3.1 St.. Hoboken.
MBDITERRANEAX SERVICE.
GIBRALTAR — NAPLES— GENOA.
Trave June 13. 3PMjAIler July 6. 11 AM
tHch'zo!l'n. .June 22. 11 am Werra, ... Jan* 20. 11 AM I
VTerra rune 20. 3 FM! tHohzoll'n. . -Aug. 3. 10 AM !
t(Hohenzollern). formerly Kaiser Wm. 11.
From Congress St.. Brooklyn. Take South Ferry. i
OELRICH3 & CO. NO 5 BROADWAY.
Louts H. Meyer. 43 South Third St.. Phi.a. •
Klz-ii«lia!lli!»iP^o9ElSlillsA ! « MfiQE.
twin'screw express service.
Even.- Thursday to
PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG.
r>ET-T-=r-HLANT> . . June 13. 1 P. M.
A. Victoria. June 20. 1O am : r>enr«.-hiap.-1. July 11. noon :
Columbia. June 27. 10 AM Columbia. July 25. 10 AM j
F. Bl?rrar'-k. July 4 10 AM F. Bismarck. Aug. 1. 10 AM
TWIX-SfRF.W PASSENGER SERVICE.
Every Satur-lav to
n.T.M.'TH rHERPOURO HAMBURG.
TTalderoee June 13, ? PM -PhTntcla. July 13. 2:30 PM
•Btilc.iria. June 22. ft AM Patricia. July 20. S aM
Pennsylvania. June 20. 3 FM : WaMersee. July 27. 2 "V
Fretcria. July 6. » AM 'Bulgaria. Aug. 3. 7 AM
•To Hambt-rg direct.
to THE LAND of the MIDNIGHT SUN. from Hi —
burr July 2. Inly 4 .from N. Y. Jus* 2o>. July 25. and
10 the BALTI'" and the principal ctties of NORWAY.
BU EDEN. Russia and DENMARK from Hamburg
Aug. 18, by th- new •*-*• PRIN2ESSIN Vl^T RIA
LUISE c.i.orni ton«. 4.".' 1 feer long>. ani S. 5. A*'
OrSTE VICTORIA. All arpolrtment* «tnctly Crst
clans. Attractive ......... Further par
ticulars on application to the
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 37 FROAPWAT.
HAWAIIAN AND PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL B. S. CO.
T.OTO KISEN KAISH A.
Between Pa-, fraaetacc Honolulu. Yokohama. Kobe.
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Hong Kong.
Pt'inurt leave S.-.n Francisco at 1 P. M.
HONGKONG MARU. June 22 NIPPON MARL*. July 17
CHINA June 2* PRC July »
DORI< - July 0 COPTIC Vi« 2
For freight, passage and general aformatinti apply to
, 340 Br->adwav. cr I r<*tt-ry Place. Washington Building.
' and 2 < >7 Broadway.
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old P"!nt Comfort. Norfolk. riwi— nun Pinner's
F"lnt ani Newpoi' News. A" a., cennect-n* for Petersburg. ,
Rlchmonr!. Vtrglatai Beach. Washington. t>. C. and entire
South ir.l Wee-.
Freight anl ra'"e jr«r ateaoaem sail from Pie* 2*. N. R.. ,
foot of Beach St.. every week -lav a* 3 P. M.
H. B. WALKER. Traffic Manager.
~MMM StEAMSSSiI? C(DIMIPA9BV.
DIRE'T LINE TO PORTLAND. MAINE.
connecting with al! railroad ai i steamship lines to all
Surrm>r resorts S'eim'hips "Horatio Hal!'" and "North
Sf»r" mew. ready for hu«tneji!« July lsri. Le»ve Pier 32.
East River, fool of Pike Stre-t. every Tuesday. Thursday i
aml nr .*. P M Pte;imer<i fitted with every '
morietn lrrprovem*nt fcr th^ comfort and convenience of
p.is«ensre r <i. Tick»t office. 2!>o Broadway, corner Reade
Street, Gener crr^e al New Pier 32. Horatio Hal!.
Oerera! Mnn?(ter.
IHODQ 0 [P(D[PQ(3D L isUua
Bteamahl) of the RED -'D 1D 1 LINE will sail for San i
Juan direct a« fill.iws:
S. S. Caracas Saturday, June 15. Noon !
S. S. MARA-Aino Saturday. June 29. Noon
For freight or pa-sage apply la
ROfLTO.V. BLISS * DALLETT.
General Managers. 135 Frcnt-st.
M©ki®¥XqmS
TO GLASGOW. VIA I.OVDOVDERRY
Frcm PtT ."4 North Rtrer. foot of West 24- St.
Furnfvola. .. . June 15, n.vn I*. of Rome. . June 8 noon
Ethiopia June 22. nwn As-nna July 6. neon
""¦bin ravage, *•*»¦ an! upward
21 cahtn. $.15 an.l .ip M class. 9M and up
HENDERSON BROTHERS. 17 ani 11* Broadway.
"^MKItIiAN LINE.
NEW -YORK— SOCTHAMPTON'—LONDON'.
PI Paul June 1!'. 10 a . m. S. i>»ils July 17 10 a. m
St. Ismls. . .Jun«2rt. 1" -i m.iSf. Paul Aug. 7.10 a.m.
St. Paul.... July 10. lO a. to. |St L.-'vis... .Aug. 14. 10 a. m
RED STAR LINE.
NEW-YORK — ANTWERP— PARIS
Sou^hwai . . .Jim» 1:1, noon Kensington .. July 8. noon
•Vaderland lune :*, boob "ZeelanJ July 10. noon
•N-» win Screw Steamers calling at Cherbourg.
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY
Pl.-rs U an.l 15, N. R. Ooce, 73 Brn.riway.
T>F.D D LINE.
For La Ouayra. Puerto Cahello, Oirsicao ar.d Mar*- !
caibo. via Cur.icav- Calling also at San Juan. P. R.
From Roberts Pier. Brooklyn.
S. S. CARACAS Saturday, June 15. Noon 1
E 8. M A' ¦ UP' ' . Saturday. Jun< 2». Noon
These vcssrls hay* superior accommodations for pas- i
sengers.
BOfLTO.V. BLISS * DALLETT.
General Managers. 133 Front-st.
pRENCH LINE. ~"
COMPAG.VIE C.ENERALE TRAVSATL.\NTIQI - E.
DIRECT LINK TO HAVRE— PARIS iFrance».
Sailing every Thurs.iay at L" A. M
From Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St
La Lorraine June 13. La Champagne July 4
L'Aquitaine June 20 ; La Oaatoa^a .. July 11
La. Bretagne June 27. La N,>rmandle . . . July 15
General Agency. 32 Broadway. New York.
pAST ITALIAN LINE.
"LA VELOCE."
Nav!ga2lone Itallana a Vapor* to Naples. Genoa.
REGULAR U. S. MAIL SERVICE EVERT 15 DAYS. !
Nerd America . . . June 17 1 Imchessa dl Genova. .July 8 1
Nord America July 27.
Large cabins. Dining saloon on promenade deck.
BOLOQNESt HARTFIEI.D & CO.. 29 Wall M
A — WHITE I STAR LINE.
* NEW-YORK— QUEENSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Oceanic... June li). * A. M. ; Cymric July 10. noon
Teutonic June 2><. n.-»>n , Majestic July 17. noon ,
Germanic . . Juiy 3. noon Oceanic July 24. noon
For passage, freight and general Information apply to
WHITE STAR LINE.
Pier 4<. North River. Of3ee. ft Broadway. N. Y.
A - CUNARD LINE.
TO LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
Campania. June 15. 3 P. M.lEtrurta July 8. 0 A M.
Umbrla .. June 22, 10 A. M. ( Sen-la July 9. 11 A. M. !
LueanU ..June 20 2 P. M > Campania. . .July 13. 2 P. M.
VEH.NON H. BROWN * CO.. Gen. Agents.
20 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
¦\TALLORY STEAMSHIP LINES.
il From New-York Wednealays. Fridays and Saturdays. I
FOR TEXAS. GEORGIA AM' FLORIDA.
STRAIGHT and ROUND TRIP Tickets twued to all ,
point* in Texas. Colora.is. Arizona, California. Mexico. ,
Ac. Georgia. Florida. &c. Delightful Excursions 1
Write for our page "Pocket Guide" I mailed free).
C. H. MALLORY & CO.. Gen. Agt* Pier 20. E. R. N. T. i
v^ S. "CITY OF ROME." JUNE 29TH (5.413 J
"* ton^ A few choice berths at $>*> and 175 for sale for 1
ocean only to Glasgow F. C. CLARK, 111 B'way. N. Y. (
fiailroaljg.
Lackawanna Railroad
Stations In New York, foot or Barclay and Christopher '
sts. Leave. Arrive.
Elmtra Mall tB:OOA.M. tl:CO P. M.
Lackan-ansa Limited. *10:COA. M. *•:«• P M. •
New York & Chicago Ex •l:fX>P. M. "3:35 P. U -
Scran'on Express t4:OOP. M t!2:20 P. ii. ;
Chicago & Buffalo Umlted *«:lOP. M. -7:30 a* M
Utlca. Osweco. Ithaca it. Buffalo •8:43 P. M. *«:BA A. M.
Buffalo A Chicago Express . . . •!:•• A. M. *10:40 A M
Sleepers open at 8:30 P. M.
Tlct-tts at 98 Fifth Are.. «R4 Columbu* Aw 113. 423
and 1.153 Broadway. 14 Park PL. 133 W. 125 th St.. A.-.d
'.. « Fniron -• Brooklyn.
West a Express Company will call for and check
bagsas* to destination, t Except Sunday. •Dally.
Railrcmßa.
PENNSYLVANIA
1 RAILnOAD.
• STATIONS '.- I of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET
¦ AND DESBHOSSES AND CORTUVNDT STKEETT^.
i : Ihi. Iruvinic time from DesbrossMa and
Cortlandt Streets i. H\v mii.ut», later lhaa
• that given >..-1..« for T-wenty-thlrd Street
Station, eirspt where nthernUe noted. *
, TJta A. ,M. FAST MAlL— Limited to two Buffet Pallor
; Cars New York t.-i PtttsSurg. Sleeping Car l'i;-sburaj to
Chicago. Xo coaches to Pittsbur?.
1».2r» A. M. FAST LlNE.— Pittsburg and <?»e>relaß«.
!•"-. A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LlMlTED.— Pulhnan Cam
partment Sleeping. IMntng. Smoking, and Observation,
1 Cars. For Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati. Ind
ianapolis. Louisville. St. Louis .
I 1.33 P. M. CHICAGO AND 91 LOUI3 EXPRESS.—
: Fcr Toledo. Louisville «via nnatii Indiaaapollsw
: Chicago 91 Louts, tuning Car.
! 3.r»r> P. M. ST. LOriS EXPRESS— For Plttstmrg. law
i Mnap-iiis. L"ulst-i;ie. St. Louia. Dining Car.
> SJSS P. M. \rES!T>:RX EXPRESS— For Chicago. Far
Toledo, except Saturday. Dining Car.
; T.S.*i P. .11. PACIFIC EXPKES3— For PittsburfJ and
Chicago. For Knoxville. dally, via Shenandoah VaUaw
Route. Connects for Cleveland, except Saturday.
i S.U.". P. H. CLEVELAND AN' CINCINNATI *3"C
i PRESS.— For Pttteburg, Cleveland. Nashville (vta. Cin
cinnati an,! Louisville).
I \VASHI.%r.TO\ AM3 THE SOI IH.
I 7.55 5.25. 9.33. 10.10 lOesbroswea and Cortlandt Streets.
1».21i> (Dining Carl : • *."> «Dintng 1 an a. m.. 12.55. tM
(Desbrosses and Cortlanrtt Streets. 2.CO>. (3.23 "Con
gressional Lim.." all Parlor and Dining Cars*. 3 28. 4.25
(Dmlns Can. 4 55 (Dining Car), ft £» p. m . 12.1(» fti-M.
Sunday. 4.25. « 55. 10.55 (Dining Car) a. m.. 12.55 (3.25
"Congressional Llm.." all Parlor and Dining Car»». .139,
4 2." <Din!ng Can. .'..". tDlning Car\ 9.25 p. m.. 12-li>
nteht.
i SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— Expr-ss. 3.23. 4.25 p. m.. 12.10
' night daily.
i ATLANTIC COAST LlNE— Express. 9.33 a. m. and 925
1 tv. m. daily.
' SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— "Florida, and Met-
I ropolitan Limited. 12.55 p. m. dally. Express. 12. M)
I night daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY —For Memphis
and New Orleans. I 2." p. m. daily.
: CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.— B.SS a. rr and
; 4.3." p. m. daily.
: FOR OLD POINT COMFOPvT an.l NORFOLK— a. xa.
we«k-davs am 5 .55 p m. (fatly.
I ATLANTIC CITY. -9 .V. a. m. and 255 p. m w-eic day*.
• Through Vestlbuled Trains. ' Buffet Parlor Cam and
1 Standard Coaches
; CAPE MAY— I 2.33 p m. week-days.
For points on N»w York and Long Branch Railroad (from.
„„*,", Tw?m y thlr d Sn-Wl Station) 5.55 a. m.. 12.4.X
--' 3 2... l Irt and 4..V> p. m Sunday. »25 a. m.. 4*
P. m. (from D-shrosse, an cl Cortlandt Streets). 3.30. ».«•
am.. 12 ,v> ;.3i». 3 w 4« 0 an 4 -Vll> p „_ Sundayi,
«* 4.. a in . 3 is p m
,_ _ . OK PHILADELPHIA.
a ,~ «I IMW *' ar " 1 f^rtlandt Streets. *.Vn. T. 23. T. 55.
j » -,' ».M. ft.25 ASS Penna. Limited,. 10.10 <Desbrossea
i and Cortlandt Street,. io.2ft (Dtttasj Can. 10.35 (Wain?
'-.*'' 11..'.> a. m.. 12 55. 21^ (Pestiroaati ani Cnrtlandi
* Tl'T I'° ts - =2 "'- ~V.. .-i 25. 3.55. 4.25. 4.25 (Dining Car>.
! 4\. iDtnlag Car>. 5.55 .Dining Car). 7.55. *.25. «.SB.
: v_. m.. 12 it; nieht. Sundays. 8.10. 7.55 (no coaches).
8.23. 3.V.. 9 25. SVS-. Tjmt'erfl » M 10.55 in- n tn* Car>
a. m.. 12..T5. 1 "5 (Dining Can 3.25. 3v. 4.2.^ .Diaiaaj
''*' 1^ 1 " »W«UW- r "»rV 5.35 (Dlnlns Car). 1.33. 8.23 L
*S3 »a r . m . 12 10 night
Ticket or-icos, No, t rtl. n<W. 1354. 11l and 2«1 Broadwar:
| I*2 FifTh Avenue How 23d Bt.». 1 Astor Hou*»: -Weak'
1 Twenty-third Street station, and stations foot of Daa
rro«ses and Cortlandt Streets; • Court Str«?et *C 0 Fnltoa
i Street. 3S P'oadway and Pennsylvania Annex Station.
Brooklyn; Station. Jersey nty. The. New Yoric Trana<aa>
Comparr will call for and check baggage from hoteM
and residences through to destination.
Telethon- "91 » Eighteenth Street" for Pennsylvania KaJW
road rab Sen-Ice.
J. B. HtTCHINSDN. J. R. WOOD.
general Manager. General Pass'r Agent.
NEW YORK CENTRAL
Tratns arrlr* at and depart from Grand Central Station.
421 Street. .. Tork. as follows: •
Leav«» New- York. Arrive New-Tork.
•3.15 *- m Mall and Paper Train TOw a. m.
"SOft a. m SyracQse, Local _... t«.29 -». in.
t?«.30 a. m.. Empire State Express tlO.C<> p. in
.***» «- ™ Fast Mall •ion* a. m.
tlO.»> a. m Day Express t7.(» a. m,
: til 30 a. m Rutland Express t7.00 p. m.
•l.C«> p. m Southwestern Limited!. ...._ *«.n* a. m
•2.00 p. m N. T. & Chicago Special «1.30 p. m.
?3. p. m. Albany and Troy Flyer tli.Wa. m.
•3.35 p. m Albany Special t2,<» p. m.
•4.00 p. m Detroit Special _*10.0tt a. m
•s.3i) p. m Tee Lake Shore , Limited »ti.3O p. nv.
252 p. m Sr. Louis LJrclred „.. '2.55 p. m.
•aoo p. m Western Express "9.45 p. m.
•<»._*. p. m Northern Express _.. *7 20 a. m.
•7.30 p. m . . Adirondack 4 Montreal Ex.... *^.5.*. a. raw
•*•"> p. m Pan American Express *7 27 a. m.
•»2«p. m Buffalo * S. TV Special •* nft a. m.
•V2rtp.m Pacific Express •3.30 a.m.
****• a. m _ Midnight Express -3.30 a. m.
•Daily. fDaily. except ?\;«iav tPal.y. except Monday-
IIARLR.M DIVISION.
8.12 A. H. and 3.3-^ P. M Daily, except Sunday, •»
Pittsfleld: Sundays only at ».2t> A. M.
Pullman cars en all through trains.
Trains t::umina-ed with Pintsch Light.
Tltret oOraa at 113. 261. 413 and 1 21» Broad-way 23
Tnlon 9a> W.. tia '-otumbus A»e.. 133 ***es* 125 th at
125 th .-: »nd ISSth St. Sr<it mi New York- 33.^ and TS«
Fulton St. and 104 Broadway E. D.. Brooklyn.
Telephone ••fl.io ?*th Stre-t" fo- New York Central Ca!»
Service. Baggag* checked from hotel or residence, by
I Westcfltt Express Company.
EZM3AB VAN BTTEN OEOMQC H. DANTELS.
Oeriera! Superintendent. General Paswenger Aare n ».
CENTRAL R. R. OF DEW JERSEY.
From Liberty St. and South Ferry (time, frog, Sout]»
Ferry ttv» minuter earlier than below, except as noted).
; ) Week Days. 1 Sunday a.~*
Easton Local * 15 a. m. . .'.'
HeTaatoß A Reading . 0.10 a. m. ..........
¦ Matich Chunk * Reading. I 00 B. as.
S*-ranton * Reading 1.20 p. m ...»
1 Maueh Chunk & Reading 4. 40 p. m. '"'.O p. m.
1 Fasten Loca: *5 40 p. m.| ..........
iBBBSMIIIIi A Eamegat S.M a. m. '» 10.15 a. m.
j Lakewood ft Brdfton t3O p. m. I ..........
i Lakewood and ATLANTIC CITY 3 40 p. m. ' _....
' Lakewood and DaiTsgat . ...j 4. *"> p. rr> * ..........
N. Y. * Long Branch R. R. .. - 3i> a. m. 9.00 a. m.
N. T. a Long Brarch R. R... 1130 a. m. .„.._
NT* Long Brat.eh R. R. . I *2.45 p. m. |
N. Y. A Long Branch R. R... '3.53 p. m. ?4.00 a. am,
N. T. * Long Branch R. R... »4.43 p. m. ...._....
X. T. & Long Branch R. R... T6.23 p. m. ~..._ ....
¦ \ l»Y - HOOK ROl TE. ~~~~*
Fr^m foot of Rector St.
Throur 1 ! to pnrm Pleasant. 10.00 a. m . 1 00. 3.43. 4.30
p. m. Sundays. I<>."«> a. m . I.«V 9.00 p m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
•'•4 i.i ?r.sft. t« „. -».00. •10.00. •': so a. ¦ . *l.fv>.
; »isii *¦.«• •?. 4>\ »*•• "|a.Mt t4-30. •" -v. *7.00. +».3<\
»!> no. •?9 25 ». m.. •12.15 - ¦•!-.
BAI.TI.MORK A\r» W*«HneTOS.
••4 .Tl>. tsixv. 'liVirt. -11. .W a. m.. ?1.00, 'ISO. ¦91401
1 'XfO. ¦?.•¦>¦ m.. *:2 M - '•
Offices: Liberty St Ferry. South Ferry 113. Mt. 434.
1 I.W. :-: • Broadway: 1«2 srh Aye.. 737 «th Ar».. "S
t'nlon S<j. West. 15.1 Fas: I3»h m . 273 West I2sth St..
2t5 Columbus Aye . N->w Y">rk; 4 Coorl St.. 344. «*> Ful
ton St . . Bro.-k!yr. : !>¦* Rr^ailway. WilMamshurs;. New T^rfc
Transfer Co. calls l~>r an.j ch»ck.- baggage •- desTtnatlon.
•From Liberty St. only. *Daily. tDaily. except 9ua
i!ar. ISundays only.
BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD
Leave NEW YORK CTTT. Libert' st. South Ferry.
Chicago. Pir;sburg *4.3»am. . . '
Chtrago. pirtirtmra «t2 15nt. *12. lOnt.
Chicago, cviumbus •1.30pm. *1.25pm. Dta«r.,
Ptrtsburg. Cleve •L3opm. •! 29pm. Dinar.
"Plttsaora Lim::e.i" *7.nnprn. »«.s.*pm. Butraa. '
Cincinnari. St. Louis •12.15nt. *12.10nt.
Cincinnati. St. •...._ 'liVOOam. •9.55 am. Tilaaa.
Cincinnati. St. Louis *7.floj!m. " Sana. TlulM."
Norfolk ?l.Wprn. - "pro. Diner.
ROY %L BL« E TRAIN*
Washington. Baito _ t<no, m . -7 Mam. Buflac.
Washington. Haito "lO.OOam, -9.35 mm. Dinar.
Washington. Pilto •11.3i'>atn. •11.25 am. Dinar.
Washington. Balto tl O«pm. ?12-Wpra. Diner.
•Washington, Bali •i.sOpm. •1.23pm. lMnar.
¦¦Roj 1 LlmUe.i" •3.4t)pm. "3.35pm. Din*r.
Washington. Balto •3 00pm % v.pm. Dinar.
j Washington. B.i!to "7 '-t~ *fl.sspm. Buffet.
• Washington. Baito Vinnt. »12.10nt.
•TJa. tDailv. except Sunday.
1 Omces: 113. 261 434, 1300 Broadway. 23 I'nton gaaaaa>
I ¦W.. Swi Grand Str-er. N. V. : 343 Fulton Street. Brook
lyn: Whitehall T»rmina: md L.benji Street. Batapaja)
che,-ke,t from hotel or r-sldence to destination.
ERIE RAILROAD.
ITiroueh. trains leave New York, foot of Chambers 91.
as follows, and 5 minutes earlier from W. 23d St. :
D.tM> a. m. Daily. — Solid train for Buffalo. Are. Bp. m.
: Bin^hamJor.. Waverly. Elmira and Bradford. Ccachaa*
: parlor car and caf« dining car to Buffalo.
-..'to p. m. Dally. — Chicago Limited — Fast Mall— aolM
train to Chicago, arriving 3. 20 p. m. Arr. Cleveland; 7.44 a.*
m. Sleepers to Chicago. Cleveland. Cincinnati Dining Car.
7^» p. m. Dally. — BuiT.ilo and Cleveland Express— Act
Buffalo 7 08. Bradford 7.2 i). Jamestown 7.C0 and T ninga
I town 10 27 a. m. Cleveland !2.3u p. m. Sleepers to Put
falo and Cleveland. CafA car.
{>.1!> p. m. Daily. — Solid train tor ""gßgharatoa Waver
ly. Elmlra. Chicago. Sleepers to BuZ&lo. Chicago. Cls>
j elnnuTt. Dining car.
I nniCKETS. LOCAL TIME-CARDS AND PtJLLM
; J. ACCOMMODATIONS at*::: US »i 399 an.i MM
[ F.roadwav. 1?7 East 123 th St. and 273 West 123 th St..
Chambers and West 23d 5«. ferries. New Torh- 323 and
I B*o Fulton £t.. as P.roadway. Brook! vn: 122 River St..
Hoboken. and Jersey Ctty Station. New York Tran*f«r
Co. calls for and checks baggaca to destination.
LEHIGH VALLEY.
Foot as **>»* 111 A : Cortlaadt and Deabroaaea Street* ¦.
; e 7 «*"»'": -3* t^nr S xT!? r " i - amtoy -» : •» a R.«.
E«wa Local ...feViflPSisKl
Buffaio and Western Ex prei*:: ••'wiiivSt J
B<i2a;o aad CM.-ago Express J, V"2 s' «to »• 2
black. DiA-ioND eipiie53. .....:::.::: *ul\ t ,t *\°m 5-v
Manch Chunk aa<l U:uleton Loc»l -clilftrJ.MrviPM
i «lU«-Barre»ad6cr.atoaE S pre-. \ %T»% T» I,| n"»?3
r.i-'.oa i.oc™i.. ........... -w io p v > ti 2*> -» -«
8 "^^""-. :? : g ;;!•'.*;» \\
1» > Broadwar .Hi "ft Aye * Cnloa s^uarTw^t. saartniSu.
a ,*^l*iJ, ••»I™!» I™!? 0 !: St "J Co ? n ** • w »r.«dway aad Ft. Fultoa
St.. Brooilja. N . Y. Trtntfer Co. wiil call for sad eisci bol-,-s««r
I WEST SHORE RAILROAD.
j Trains leave Franklin St. Station New-York, a* *ol
! lowa, and 1.% mm Ut»r foot We,t 42,! St.. N. R. ¦-
I *":!»> A. M. — For interm. point* to Albany * Montreal,
j TH:2i> A. M.- tii I^ake M rvnk. Mlnnewaska, Saratosav
Catskill Mountains.
•l:0« P. M— «-htcagi> Express.
•2:23 P. 11. —Cent. Ltd. for Detroit. Chicago «v St. Louta,
. t3:45 P. M. — 12> For Hudson River Points and Albany.
• "«:ia P. SI. — For Rochester. Buffalo. Cleve. 4 Chicago.
! ?»:•• P. M. — For Rochester. Buffalo. Detroit * St. Lotilv"
1 •»:» P. ll.— For Syra.. Roch.. Nu« Fa.'*. Z>et. & Chi,
i 'Dally. tDai:y. except Sunday. Leare» Brooklyn \n
res. N>. 1. at lt>:»s A. M.; 2 at 3:41 P. M. Leaves J#r_
; »ey Ctty. P. R. R Sta.. No. 1 M 11:314 01.; 2at IS
i P. M. Time tables a? principal hotels and ofllc E*ar
'¦ gas* checked from hotel or residence* by WestcotVs I*.
• preaa. C. E. L-\MIISRT. General Passensrer Agent. N. T.
¦ A OVKXITISEiIENTS and subscriptions for The Tr!>nm»
<. \. received at their Uptown Office. No. 1.242 B:c<iciwav
2d door north of 31st-st.. until » o'clock p. m.; »iTtris«*
raents received at the following branch offlcea at regular
<=« rates cntll 1 o'clock, p. m.. »is.: 254 Stb-*v» « •.
cor. 23d-st.: 132 Blh-ave.. cor. 12-.h-sc: Uacy's. dti-ava.
and 14ttv-«t.: 142 Cclumbus-ave.. near 'West *»th-«.: 10*
Wsot 42d-st.. near 6th-aTe.: 93 £a«. 14th-at.- 237 Wat
. 42d-st.. between 7th and Sth avea. . 139 East 47ta-at • 1 JM
M-*ve.. between 78U» and Tlifc ata.. LOSS *i-av«w ' .
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