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THE MARKETS.
TOTAL. DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
New -York. November 26, 1901.
.„ nkn 43 j Cranberries, pkss 2,851
AEb^»rr baJes.-.- •■-.■- tons 2.643
Sroc *sS .. B.MS i Straw, tons «60
rK , ur#^s. ; .- . i*,610 MUlfeeO. tons :. Si
F1 «- lour rt.. . OW Grass seed, bags 641
BY" tfe 34UiP.;ce. bbls 17
2SS£ tags . . -:• Rice, pkts 3.555
Corta'** : c -•Sjltice cnaff. sacks 350
I5a»'«; *- b , 1.-.'i lUintnw. Cal. boxes... 5.ti75
°? : , hu«l 76.yi0 , Prunes, pkgs 13.676
W hu«h ' " 23.000 Dried fruits, pkgs 4,1i">4
CX* h,ch" 131.&00 i Cotton, bales 1.233
<* 1 -- y'.,'J' " I- 850 Cottonseed oil. bbls. . . 3;*>
?* h-'^" . 6.050 Quicksilver, flasks 500
rW* ' ■■ . bush .. 11,050 1 Copper, pieces 3.412
E*'*,. K.i'i 34.^>U| Copper matte, bags... 0.130
95~taSr ' 15.<K» Lead, pigs 4.040
B&SflwS 127.600 s.n, bbls 20S
r^*?;;. 1 " ....... 400 1 Spirits turp. bbls 27
2**;. "V/V-i caE e?. 6.157 Hides, bales 20
B* btii"! :•■" Hides, Mis 100
g* pkgi 566 leather, sides :::::::: 4.500
S»-^- ££-* 1.120: Mof«. bales 10
rkes 5.371 Mustard seed. bags... 1.000
7.-. Pugar, bags |
•f "i rke- 4. Molasses, bbls &3S
gSS'SS. 530 Soap stock. 1*8« 200
or^r' n£r» 8.761 Oleo stock pkgs 5s
y??' '. n ;., &.6W: Tobacco. bbda , If
2S?\S3 12.372, Tobacco, pkps 1.02-
SSedpwiiry P"* s "^ i Whiskey, bbls S
i£fe^^:: ..nsiS^:::::::::: "3
<*%?! bbif 8.458 Wtoe. Cal. pkgs «5
Orita?. bbla '.3^l
CASH QUOTATIONS.
,-m car VolMy.sls 50 Flour, ■»•» patents, J>» 00
JlS* *co x'o 2 soft.; MSO Cotton, middling 8
?S "rar'« • - - ... Coffee. No 7 Rio «4
S- lro l warrants.. 11 OW, Sug 11 granulated.... 490
r*ke copper, ir.go: . . . 3Ts | Jlolfcaiea. OK. prime. 40
I* ke corl ...2J>ss |Beff. family H. 5
rir^Ve ' Jea<s ! • Ji^!l^T^::::::::"«
jg*!f Si 2 r*d.-. 82*' Pork, mess 16 -i.
S^Vo = iISS ... ®?i Hops. <ire,sed. 160 ». • H
gjgjjrtS mixed... 4^ i Lard, prime » *•»
EXPORTS TO PAT.
__„. ■ -v Hii.o66!Reftned pet. Bf*---- I 's2 < SI
::: ._,:: oseed oil. g*l»- 1*3.9.» i
SSTgiE v I T■, •- >„ ,'c PM
:: - .:. ?»
Yets, t' UFr - ".. 5.218 Beef tierces o -a il4i 14
' ■ ■ .-£-•:-::: 9 »
"v . ;."'~>'V"..;.... 389.730
Oata^J. PW»~ ■■• goo : oll# s lt>o
|£%2e;:::::..~ n.™ ; Ta^w. »-- ::::::: »gg
g^C tales. M liuue*" 235.6CH)
£S^.£s::::: sSeiCh^;*." »•*»
Pitch, l*i« - '
I ... -
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New-York, November 26. 1901.
sss^Sisssr i^ aj sS nn y p^r r;
mmmam
sT«ar! ■'" on tn ; Ca ! > "; v enfert
S^^SeirVupport and a general evening up of both
S^tß m aniicfratlon of the holiday on Thursday, srtv
&a
'^■tr ■■ tor this t - ■•■d the
« »5 haFE. Rio and Santos markets ruled weak. Rio at
fteSaTef 7T. reis and Santos of 100 Havre riosed at
««red to 'he sterling exchange rate. Havre closed at
r^rtloA %<■ U6U franc and Harnburc of -«y '= pfg.
ftfeoflk to --. street • ,— . ruled quiet but steady.
»?S Quotations based on B%c for Rio No 7 and She for
5 range' of"contract S "prlces la the local market to-day
ras « tallow.: Tester-
Openinc. High. Low. Close. cay.
\"nv*nber _ — — 6.40®6.45 6.4<t
JESS? 645 C.45 «♦» 6.4i»f6.45 6.40
reb^vv ::::.: - - - f..ougo.cs 6.b0
March .'. 6.70 6.75 6.70 6.70g-C75 6.70
JS ... — — — 6.60e«.6S 6.50
VsV ■■"** 1..! 6.90 6.&0 6.90 6.90©'i.i(5 6.90
8.V.1... — — — 6.&.-':-T.'o 7.00
Jaw "** .".'. 7.10 7.10 7.05 7.0557.10 7.05
Aacast '-20 ~.'M 7.20 7.ir.aT. - 7.15
f'ntt-nber 7.25 ... , ... [email protected] 7.-5
OctoVr — — — 7.50®7.55 7.30
Coffee Cables: — Coffee market weak; koo3 aver
»ge Santos. 55400; receipts (two days). 44.<.WJ bag?; stock,
L 554 wo lops. Hamburg — Coffee market opened \*©H
lie lower; at 2:30 d m was net SiCV pfc lower: sales.
?1 <«>0 baPf. Ha^■Te — Ccffee market opened Irregular. X
franc higher; at 12 m declined is franc; at 3 p m. Janu
ary declined U franc other months unchanged; at 5:30
t, m unchanged; total sales. 4*.000 bags.
Ssaxujy M. 75 i July 46.75
February _ 4"..2.">, August 47.W
March _ ».... 45.30 September 47.50
./jiril _... 4f..(M» ; October ....... 47.75
May . 46.25 ; November — 44.23
June .. 4G.50J December — 44.50
Xio — Coffee market weak; No 7 Rio, 5^57."i: exchange,
11 01^32d; receipts itwo days.. 43.000 bags; cleared for the
Kr.ited States. 1?\000 bags; cleared for Europe, 6.mX> bags;
Stock. G>;{.'X' bags.
The statistical position of Brazilian coffee Is as fol-
Last
To-day. Yesterday, ■Reek.
New-York deliveries 4,157 I\s4'J 34,371
Baltimore ellveries ''■ i.7'.''j £«
$iew-Orteass deliveries W2 172 I.6rS
Total deliveries 5.214 20.525 36.025
New-York stock 1,51".'. -N.K, I.lsß.tnj(J 1.5C5,14<>
Bal-jmcre stock 5.«35 31.938 57.M6
New-Orleaas stock 73.t&G T3.0&8 20.671
Stock at all ports V 54.553 1.€5».597 1.C31.C41
Aauit K2.4>M im.atM 501,000
Visible supply 2.320.553 2.331.397 2.222.&11
fai» time l'.»00 -.. .J.IH.W 1,313,552 1.152,6»J2
COTTON — Cotton more than held .-..- ov.r. '-da;., but
«■»« spiritless as to business. ■;...- market opened bare .-
E-.eaSy, uitii pnees 1 point higher to 2 points lower. and
icr a racn«es; «a* irregular owlsg to a. c ufliciins »axly
fcSaer.cc. On the one har.d •were large receipts and ttar
iii Cibi-JS. V.hiifc on the other weie atrooc midweek tti
tisi;cs is to t 'se Interior movement and reports that
SuothtTT! ■ arke:s Tiere stlffenics up. It was not lons be
fore pnc... r.orKcd several points above last :..c;.'-'» bids
ec a B'jrry or covering and moderate baying for WaJI
Street accocst. This improvement was maintained all the
iorenooa. i'llvate •...- from Liverpool declared that
■ lirje orif.-s for *:oods from Calcutta had been executed in
* JUaefctHt! ar.d that demand for spot tton was growing
; to gsseroi^i rroportions. Domestic goods market also re
ported a srjendid trade, and at the miUs at Neiv-Ensland
•lie tbe .-■_-.:. Fplrmer* were jiving more attention to
rtjienifhJrer wellnigh depleted stocks at raw material.
Bew:;- tt irit^nor toviis were surprisingly lleht and
prov«i a lu'.l offset to the unusual iirire airivals at the
Peru. A Uzhi. t-stimat<; for receipts at Houston to-morrow
t2«t a correspondingly Jarj?e estimate for New-Orleans
*«e!j:s. The average of mates of Exchange members
ior » crap of lO.K.V.UUO bales were about as expected, and
«•- toae f.trure as an inSuence. Early !n the afternoon
iMMiy sttfleacd up to ? .7 on a nervous turn of shorts
■to ttn«r and on more buying for Wall Street account,
jrwap-'-. by fears of unfavorable over-Ttaankaalvina; Day
••wiinuer. • = Bbroad, tor a cliort Interest was known to
ouk. aad in the - utb where, holders were showlnr fc
t*trt: airpositioo to demand highest prices. Trade,
«>•*■.■•: *j« not particularly active, and slight reactions
«trc. from time to time under sales for profits by
•Mperf At the close the market was Quiet and steady,
•Si prices ne: 3 points higher to 1 point lower.
The ra- cf contract prices in the local market to-day
TOM fellows:
Tester
v Opening. High. Low. Close. day.
-^-r__ 7.«0 7'V 4 7.«0 7«Jg7.62 7.61
»«W!iber ...7.C0 ' •■■■ 7.00 [email protected]&4 7.62
testrr .. ._ 7.62 7.67 7.60 [email protected] 7.62
Fttaary .'/. ... 7&1 765 7.«0 7.62©7.C3 7.58
Kirch.'. ".'" 17 53 761 7.5S T.C*7.«* 7-60
*SSS .... " 7 ;,~ 753 7.5S 7.«2&7.63 7. H0
Sty '.'.*.'." .'..1. 7.59 ''- 7.5% 7.62g7.63 7.6*
ifcae ... 7.60 7.6U 7.60 7.8267.63 7.60
iW"r.V.'*.".*".'.V."7."46 7.43 T.'.T 7.«0C7.«J 7.5 a
iajwt ."."..'.' 7.46 74'J 746 7.4767. 4» 746
Bjc: cottcri c!csed quiet, with quotations unchanged on
'■> -ji; 0( fie for roKSeUng upland and SVic for middling
*R. Southern spot markets were telegraphed as follows:
*«*-orlejin&. steady and unchanged at 7*»c; Mobile, quiet
*» tnchanged at 7Vic: Savannah, quiet and unchanged
e «xc; Chajieston. lirrn and unchanged at 7 6-16 c; Wll
•Sjtor. firm Vie higher, at 77ic: Norfolk. Quiet and un
*sj^ M 7 : -c: Baltimore, nomteal and unchanged at
'•^Augusta steady and unchanged at "•4®7»-16c; St.
imb,<i\..- ar^d unchanged at 7r.c. Ertimated receipts
R Snr-Orie&ns for to-morrow are from 17,000 to 19,<X<0
*&*. coir,par-d with 24.247 bales actual lest week and
-SC bales actaai aat year. At Houston for to-morrow.
to 10.000 bales, against 6.668 bales actual last
.T*** asd 16,068 bales actual a year ago.
*»eelots at the ports and Interior points to-day, com-
Ux «ith the sain* day last week and last year:
Last Latat Present
forts: To-day. week. year. year.
5- ■ ■-•• •■- «1»28 14.520 31,699 189 255
tf-Orleaas II". 25.813 12,717 2<>.OM 272i683
■obiie ...... '_ -><»03 1.749 1.595 32,408
»aaaah " '""".. 10ie90 £.344 7,753 140.815
£*--kstoa " 2.410 l.!sSl 513 23.590
J"i!airrtoa ". 2.499 3.229 2.412 16.554
»* : °* •-. . 4'9^4 2.799 1,931 32,025
Ea.-taor» " : 13.634
ii e *-Yerfc •--"-- ci ~ 4 016 1.034 78,040
S^oa .... J7l t>s3 21400
lejptia * " 174 75 5.9H«
>*aoas .".""."." 11650 11,016 22.197
Tom, 8«i134 61,199 69.1K2 (530.616
Icertw;
&=««» ." •» 097 1.76S 3.328 36 577
Jeaphu .;;•;•-;;- S;-^ 3 . 5 »i 2.52s 104,554
S- Louis ...'..■.■■■; ?«j 6 2.472 2.35S 49.583
2S?°*a .'.""I"" 2 - 719 a.7&« 1.646 14.763
a ««toe . MM AIM 25.432 81.927
vS 11103 Exc hacg«> special Liverpool cables — Spot cotton
2j2* rt -'- Ctn.aj.d; sales £."X»0 bales; speculation and ci-
PV^ 500 ; American. 7,W0: rf-elpt*. 20.000; American.
l-£»i J»WaWag upland. 4 9-32 d; futures opened quiet.
£s* •»?-*« llnrMsii . cloeed. steady, net unchanged to ha
i r!l~l.' o *' - November. 4.155; November-December. 4.12r..
6 "J^n^r-January. 4.11b; Januery-F<-»>ruary. 4.10b: Feb
l Jun? * r<h - * li>s - March-April. April-May and May
: S-ar r*. 4C1> 54.10; June-July. 4.09V45; July-August. 4.09b.
552E55* va nis and cloths quiet but steady.
*' l?««^r° Flura .a* quiet and unchanged; cases quoted
»to e *s. 10: JobbinK. J3 07',ie$3I2H: powdered. $3 90®
<„J|,,-. *">n>hlae. bulk. JlS*JCf2<»: ounces. ?2S*2 15;
t-'hT"?- *2 25552 40. Quine. ::7©3Oc Essential oils—
aS£ ;-'; -' Ftea-iy to firm, with a moderate but steady
i „-■■"-' Price, are quoted as foliowe: Anise. *1 25©
t : 4i,it'? a!not ' ? r lm». ■- ioe?2 20: cassia, 756 ;5c; cuteb.
W?' ' >; leD1 °n. prime. $ie*' 10: low (trade, WcC-il:
*mon cr aw!i native. tl.^Trtl 75: mace, distilled. $125©
m^jßiustarfi. na-ural. I5S£5 75: artlfldal. *3 [email protected] .0:
Msiaiuu w«t tins. $1 [email protected]; New-York tins. Jl 75
srjr«?"2its *° c * 2: pennyroyal. *- -■•"■■' 4 ''i sassafras.
tg?!* l - * 0 3«=; liflcial. 22634 c spearmint, *1 2.'.S#l 3.-:
"2?" 2S: wiPtcr^r. natural. $14561155;
fci.;,f- ■_•;••&'!'»■-: wcrnweed, II ISC*)I 25; wormwood, pure.
Saw v Roct»— Market ttaady at the foUowlng Prlc««:
•-■ -„ ►"-Ml;,- 3^64c; Kinseng. $S»i»st>. Irirwer
iSc^h^i- , Urbleache< '- ll< : Meached. ' •"• golden seal. 823
*£^i < , e> J*> w/ 3«*t-*d. 768 c: licorice, ordinary. 4%©f>c;
y^JM. In bunal«i. sarfcauarilla. Honduras. SUSSSe:
JSus*;' **; MB*Ka, item. 50&60 c: Southern. H#»T«j
**?A-iri?f jJJ?' ural - 17 1 & c: strlpp*d. 22.; Texas, ■•
-^ «^ ANI> MEAL— The heaviness In wheat oc
'WYt. J^ 1 ?* l^s^iac of flour transactions yesterday.
«"°2* leas*-: its steadiness of undertone, and
Its steadiness of un-iera-n*-. and
• :* 1 <*«*» mIU limits were held at old figures. Sprin«
Lrttrt t> ■ " . - - . ■ , ' ■. - ...
patents, $3 %o£s4 10: winter straights. $3 40£t3 50; winter
patents. $3 60-SS3 &0: spring clears. J2'.«>@s3 23; extra No
1 winter. 52 7 .".«/.5 2 90; extra No 2 whiter, $2 '■>;$- 70; no
grade. t25759524 50. spot and to arrive BUCK
WHEAT FLOUR— Firm; quoted: $105a52«i5, spot and
to arrive rye FLOUR— Firm; quoted: Fair to cooJ.
SSISSJ3 40: choice to fancy, $3 45653 >■>) CORN
MEAL — Steady: quoted: Kiln dried, $3 253*3 40. as to
! brand .HAG MEAL. — Quiet; quoted: Fine white and
yellow. $1 50SS1 60; coarse. $1 SOgSl 32 FEED —
, Firmer; quoted: Spring bran, spot, 122 50: sacks to arrive,
200 Tb. $21 50CJ22: spring bran. bulk. 1210(21 50: ccaree
1 winter bran, |2ies24; city bran. (22 50; cornmeal, $29;
; linseed oil cake. $29 25952950; corn oil cake. $22 50; hom
iny chop. $23 50; oil meal, $21.
GRAIN WHEAT — Alter pounding the wheat market all
! day. bear;. succeeded in closing prices l .i to hie under the
t previous night. It was a very irregular affair, being
> alternately weak and firm, but with prices most of the
i time a shade under those of the previous night. On the
late curb a TYall Street house bought considerable. May
I wheat, but offsetting sales by foreigners robbed* the former
\ of its bullish influence. During the regular session most
Of the trade was for local account and not very active.
j Statistics proved to be a bearish consideration, especially
I world's stocks, according to "Bradstreet'a," which In
creased 6.941 OtJO bushels, compared with a decrease last
year of 312.00J bushels. In two weeks the world's sup
plies therefore have increased 17.(.HX>.<.>00 bushels. Fol
lowing this statement, outside selling began to appear and
prices reached their weakest interval, closing at about
the lowest. Northwest receipts were also large, amounting
to 1.203 cars, or practically the same as last week, and
more, than double the receipts on the same day a year
ago. Seaboard clearances were only 85.000 barrels of flour
and 301.000 bushels of wheat. Bullishness during the
i s^slon was mostly dependent upon occasional firm spots
I in com. and at such times there was covering of wheat
! by local traders and moderate recoveries. Outside sup
port, however, di.l not materialise . to the extent desired,
and bulls at the close felt rather discouraged over the out
lock, especially in view of the late break in corn. reign
arkets were all dull and a shade lover, except Paris and
Budapest, which closed fractionally higher. Eary in the
day foreign houses bought a little wheat. Crop news was
scarce and unimportant, cold weather prevailing in the
winter wheat belt, with clear skies. Quotations of cash
wheat, fob. afloat basis, were as follows: No 1 Northern
New- York. Si He nominal: No 1 hard 1 Manitoba, 84%
prompt: No 1 Northern Manitoba. l -ic prompt; No 2
Northern Duluth. 79 s *iC prompt: No 2 hard New-York.
SOS.C prompt. and No 2 red New-York. .>-."'•»,• prompt.
scarce. Export trade consisted of SO loads CORN —
In point of strength the corn market was a leader yester
day, but although hull traders worked vigorously to sus
tain the market, late real! Ing proved" too liberal and
prices gradually sci.l off. closing weak at hi to *»c net
oecline. At times there was good support from both pro
fessional end outside sources, but with wheat declining,
cables 14 to Hd lower, small seaboard clearances, and the
crowd" pretty well loaded ur>. the bull side was badly handi
capped. Receipts at Chicago were small and only 50 cars
wer« expected on Wednesday. The export business in
cluded only two loads. No - corn closed at <&\c prompt;
No 2 yellow. 714 c. and No. 2 white. 71% nominal.
prompt OATS— market for oats was influenced
by heaviness in corn and wheat, and sold off during the
day with last prices . representing a weak undertone, and
at al»ut lowest for the day. No 2 oats closed ■" 4"*.:;
No 3 47.-. No 2 white, B2c; No 3 white. 51 He; track
mixed 48949 c; track white 49954 c: No 2 white clips.
63c ' RYE— Mirket steady; No 1 Western. 68% c, rind
No 2 Western. ■- both fob afloat; State rye. <Vl??<Wc.
.. BARLEY — Market firm; ff-edirg was qooted at [email protected]
60c and maltinc a- 62©66 c both c I f. Buffalo
BUCKWHEAT GRAIN — Market firm; quoted, SI 28 per
100 rb, track New-York.
NEW-YORK PRICES.
• Yester-
Wheat: Opening. High. Low. ' Cloee. day.
December 79 13-16 80 70 ; »« 80
May 617-16 SI 9-16 SI >» SIN Sl 8 t
Corn:
December 86^t 69 MM, 68% «R^t
May 68 7-16 6S r » «SU 88* 6STi
Lard:
November — — — $0 47H $9 824
CHICAGO PRICES.
TV"T:rat: •
November — — — HK 72
December 72'» 72' i 717. 71 7 s 72"-«
May 76% 75 T » 75 ' i 7.". 76
Corn:
November — — — 'l i 62
December 62U 62 1 * 61% 61% «24
May 64-, «4H 64 64 »i 64 : i
Oats:
November — ■ — — 41 "i 42'-j
December 42S 42»; 41% 42J4 4- =-»
May 43 13 ■ 42 : ; 42 r » 4.Vi
Lard:
January tt67M $0 17- : JO 074 $9 07% $9 124
May 8224 9324 1' 20 920 925
Ribs:
January 805 812 8 024 8 024 6 074
May .". 8 224 S3O S2O 820 525
Pork:
January 15 72"; 1382% IS 724 15 75 1587%
May 16 10 • 1630 1608 1607% 18 224
Receipts of l»U'S»l»Hlll> at interior points in thousands,
last three ciphers (.000) omitted. Flour, bbls. grain, bush,
as follows:
Flour. Wheat Corn. Oats. Rye. Barley.
Chicago SS 258 91 :s'* 37 U7
Milwaukee _.. 12 14« 12 51 11 187
Minneapolis — 401» 26 31 ii 22
Duluth — Mo — 3 0 22
St. Louis 10 84 B2 ."■' — —
Kansas City — SS 74 17 — —
Toledo - — 21 si S3 —
! Detroit 1 3 72 2.". — —
I'eoria — 15 60 91 — —
Totals 62 1.454 444 888 71 828
Shipments from these points:
Chicago 88 154 130 M 8 — 10
Milwaukee S3 31 — 6 IS 5
Minneapolis - 65 46 1 «i 7 18
Duluth — 328 — — — 1
St. Louis -9 S3 65 14 — —
Kansas City ....... — 31 4- 7 — —
Toledo — 2 3 4 2 —
Detroit — 1 — — — —
Peoria .. — — 37 3S — —
Totals -~ 145 62<1 26s 344 22 34
Receipts at Atlantic ports:
New- York 23 77 23 132 2 34
Boston 1 — - SI — —
Philadelphia 22 84 27 7 — 2
Baltimore — £2 74 17 —
Kew-Orleana „ 2 JO i" - — —
Galveston .— .-..-.. — S3 — — — —
Totals --. 55 ->* 141 ::»:. 2 36
Exports from Atlantic ports:
New-York 8 102 78 4 — —
Boston 2 58 — - — —
Philadelphia — 46 - 8 • — —
Baltimore — 81 *2 7 — —
Newport News 5 — — — — —
New-Orleans — — 1 S — —
Tctals 15 237 123 22 — —
HIDE* — A moderate supply of common dry hides and
light offeri-gs. with a fairly active demand from tanners,
caused a firm market and full but unchanged prices were
quoted. We quote: California, 18 He: Matamoras. 19c;
Truxillo, 164 c; Orinoco, 21c; Tamplco. 19c; Bogota. 20c;
Central America and Vera Cruz. 18c: 1 lerto CabellO, La
Guayra and Caracas, 20c: Payta. I. . Tobasco. lS4c:
Rio Hache. dry and pickled. 154 c: Port au Plane, 18c;
Galveston l v c; Ban Antonia and Laredo, l!<-c
DRY SALTED — Payta. 144 c. selected, duty paid;
Prcgreso. 14c; Maranham and P laml ico, 15c: BahU.
14c; Maraeaibo, 14% c; Savanllla, U%e; Matamoras, 154 c;
Texas. 14 4c. " , „
1 LEATHER— continues quite liberal and full
market prices are quoted. Acid, first selections, are sell
ing within a range of 253254 c: seconds -440... 4c;
thirds. 224723 c rejects. ; 2'"i;tc; union lißht backs, Mfp
lie": mwaie backs. 34c: middle heavy. 34335 c; ™gg*£
heavy, 81633 c; thirds. 29-&31 c: light backs, «.»..»- »-J3c.
clone's. 30331 c; bellies. [email protected]; oak -^ re!<s f d ,^ ack VcS r l^:
87C38C: seconds. 35036 c: thirds. 33^34<-: bellies, lEtflSc.
belting butts. '■-,;. . Texas oak sole. 2.i?310. . ._
METALS— The. supply of tin continues scarce *™ as
traders were anxious to purchase prices aga.n »«v*no~
with the feeling strong at ■■■ glows. The net _ gain was
GO points, with buyers at 529 85 for spot At London
value* took another upward course gaining £l^6d f o. spot
and futures, closing etronc at tIU 2s ttd and tIOO re
spectively. Trading in both markets w , as ,,^ I 1 > nn " c i l .!':
Copper eased off 10s in London »"¥'\ ll * u '^}™-Z°* t
ing easy. with, spot quoted at 165 lbs 3d and e sag
£63 Ms 3d. HeVe the market was - u^f^V?cV cas^
at [email protected] for Lake Superior and I<J^ S1 " »^ without
„. nnr" electrolvtia Lead and spelter were without
chlnrf ind qulej'at home and abroad. th« <°™«CCto»to*
at $4 374 and £11 13s and the latter at H»»o^^«
£16 ISs.respecUvely. Ircn was firm and f airly
rants, £ while other grades were auiet. Pig ts .i
$10 sC>3sll 50; No 1 Northern foundry. 5b«l»l. >° -
tounin- Southern. $146515: No 1 e^ft. $14 60JW SrVJs(BslsS r VJs
(B$l5 50; No 1 foundry Southern soft BOddtertOTO closed
gow Iron warrants closed at 56s 3d and Mlddlesboro closed
at MOLASSES AND SYRUPS-Stocks In d^'f™.,^"^
continued Hcht and as there occurred a fair demana
P^were held up to the '"ark. New-Orleans reported
a flrra and fairly active market. Syrups were steady but
ill™ Quotations follow: »«S9 ri JSJS^! BlH*?.g^aS*:B I H*?. g^aS*:
mon [email protected]: fair. 16«16c: good. 1.620 c; Prinie. ZWW&
"ewlorleans. open kettle. 336334 c: Porto P.ico,
S>TUps— Common. 12©14 c; fair. 15517 c; good. [email protected]
Pl SSa!? t ?Sfel l^^&r
tremely dun. with tatss nominal. For sail tonnage the^e
14d- Glasgow, 14d: Bristol. 2',4e24d: Leith. 3d, Janu
art" Hull. 2 J id: Newcastle, 24d; Antwerp. 14d; Harn
burp. 25 pig? Bremen. 25 pig: Rotterdam. 34 4 c: "tton
to Liverpool; per 100 n>. 13c: London oats. M CHAR
TERS—German steamer. 3.037 tons. Savannah to Dntted
Kingdom or Continent, cotton, private term. P«emb .
ea^l,n' 2^a^. f&St S^=§SSsl%
SSrss ir^'siSwrsiasa -sas:
HSS»3» %&s Charleston, kamit. .s
Earner! 2.143 tons. Hamburg to Charleston, kainit. .s
&d- Norwegian steamer, »7» tons, Demarara to New-lork
sutar 10s- Norwegian steamer. 1,940 tons. Baltimore via
Norfolk to Tampico or Vera Cruz, rails and coal private
erms: British schooner. 349 tons. Savannah to San chez.
lumber, three trips, at or about ? <5 . 25 i 1^-, n f 5 js°£v
Manzanllla to New- York, cedar and mahogany !SMi.
JchSSS 1.094 tens. Philadelphia to Et JaJ & coal, at or
about $2; British schooner. 3SO tons. Hlllsboro to New-
York, plaster. Perth schooner. $5 50; schooner. «i?
New-York or Perth Amboy. lumber. $5 50; schooner. 2*5
ionl Philadelphia to Jacksonville, coal. $1;
2740 'ons Ne^-port News to Boston, coal $1; schooner.
786 tons Philadelphia to Portsmouth, coal, $1 10; schooner
745 tons Philadelphia to Boston, coal, private terms;
r-hooner 153 tons; Port Reading to Bar Harbor, coal.
<<6c^schooner. 174 tons. Perth Amboy to Salem, coa .
->£ : schoorer 121 tons. Weehawken to Eastport. coal.
S^; .cheery- 103 tons. Eyewater to Cohasset coal 11 25.
OILS— The cottonseed oil market was steadily held at
' old prices with few buyers on hand except for small lots.
Linked oil steady at the decline. Petroleum dull. Quo
tations to low Petroleum, bbls, $7 «5. and in bulk. $5 10;
Philadelr.hla bbls. $7 60. and in bulk. 15; refined, cases.
VewtYork $5 75 ..... COTTONSEED OlL— Prime crude,
bW« 33®34c; prime summer yellow. 36c: off summer yel
low" 854? prime white. 39640 c: prime winter yellow.
W'4oc ' Linseed oil. American, raw. 55c; American,
boOed i 57c; Calcutta, raw, XV-: Western linseed quoted
2c under city brands' lard oil. [email protected]
m PPOVISIONS — Opening rather weak In sympathy with
_:." declines the provision market turned active and
stronger en tie decline In live hogs, pood commission
hou«e buying and the light weight of hogs. In the last
part of the session, however, the advance was lost, under
general realizing, and the market closed easy. All West
ern oont« had 108.000 hogs, With 41.000 at Chicago.
"5">W at Kansas City and 13.000 at Omaha PORK
— v-teadv Quoted: Mess. *1575«816 7S: family. $16 50©
$17 short clear. »17 00««iS .... BEEF— Firm. Quoted:
Meas i»80O$lA; family. $116512 50; packet. $10 M
CM2- extra India mew $173$ V- BEEF HAMS
-Dull Quoted: $»«0©62150 DRESSED HOOS-
Firm. 'Quoted Bacons. 74c; I*o Tb. 74c: Kio Ib; 7%CJ
140 ri, 7*ic-^iVsr-%©t* cut MEATS— Picked lol
lies easy * quoted : Smoking. 10c; 10 Ib. »%O»hi.c: 12 ft.
RVfiOc- 14 !T>. B">©*%c. Pickled shoulders dull: quoted:
7c Pickled hams steady; quoted: t£«lO!ic..... .TAL
LOW— Firm: city. 5T»c: country. 60«Uc. .. ...LARD—
Easy- quoted- ».45Q9.47c. City lard steady; quoted:
agSc' Reftned lard steady: quoted: South America,
I«l2Sc- Continent. ».GOc; Brazil kegs. 1140 c. Compound
firm- cuTted: 74©7% c STK.^.KINE-Quiet; quote.i:
Oleo. ftiifi'loc: city lard stearine. lOV*c.
j^lCE^ There continues a steady demand in New-
Orlean*. and with only moderate offerings value* were
■aM firm. Locally the feeling was quite steady, with
business fairly active and prices maintained. Quotations
follow: Domestic, common to low fair. 4644 c; fair to
good 4%Q3c; prime to choice. B«S%c; head. &5S4c;
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1001.
I Patr.a 4\g's'4c: Japan, foreign. 4*[email protected]^c; do domestic,
; 4Uo4»ic: Ja?a. 4%©4** c: rang.«n. in bond. [email protected]
SUGAR— The volume of business transacted In the local
I market for refined 1 sugar reached hut moderate propor
j tions, while the feeling was generally firm, reflecting the
I strength in the raw market. At the close prices we re
' unchanged on the basis of 4.90 c for standard granulated.
; and quoted as follows: Cut loaf, crushed and dorn.nos,
i 5.40 c; mould A. 5.25 c; cubes, 5.15 c; XXXX powdered,
j 5.06 c; powdered, coarse powdered and fruit powdered. sc:
Etgle confectioners' granulated. 5.15 c; Eagle coarse and
extra fine granulated". fie; Eagle 2 Ib cartons, 2 Hi bags
and 5 rb bags of fine granulated, 5.06 c; Eagie fine grar.u
l&ted, standard granulated and diamond A, 4.90 c; con
fectioners' A, 4.70 c; No 1. 4.05 c; Nob 2 and 3. 4.50 c: No
4. 4.45 c; No 5. 4.40 c; No 6, 4.30 c: No 7. 4.20 c: No S.
4.10 c; No 9. 4 Of.c: No 10. 4c; NOS 11 and" 12. 3.!<5c: Nos
13. 14. 15 and 16. 3.85 c; 25 Ib bags of fine granulated, oc.
There was a scarcity of sellers noted again to-day In the
local raw sugar market, and the general undertone was
quite firm, despite the unfavorable news from London,
where beat sugar values declined %d to 7s 3 s id for the
November and December positions. Refiners were ready
purchasers of raws at 3?ic tot centrifugal. 3Uc for mus
covado and 3c lor molasses sugar. No bvslness was re
ported.
— Tea futures opened quiet at an advance of 30
points. No sales were recorded during the day. Quota
tions follow: November. 13 .«0<ir13.700: December. 13.0^
' 18.80 c; January. 13.70{7 13..«0c: February. 15.70®13.80c;
March, lS.8O013.9Oc; April, 13.80918.90 c; May. 13.90314 c.
NAVAL. STORES.
Again there was nothing doing in the local market for
spirits, and prices were uncharged. Southern markets
were also quiet. Rosin, tar and pitch were quiet. Vie
quote:
TAR— Regulars. $; 85; do oil bbls. $3 90.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE— [email protected] __
ROSlN— Common to good strained. $1 60; D. $1 60; B.
$1 &->: P. $1 70: G. $1 75; H. $1 75: I, $1 90; X, $2 50; M.
! $3; N. S3 85; W G. $»; W W. $4 15.
STOCK ON HAND.
Rorln rS. 246 bbls.
Spirits turpentine I.2*i bbls.
Tar **■** bbls.
New-Orleans. Nov. 26. — Receipts: Rosin. 139 bbls; tur
pentine. 47.
Wilmington. Nov. 2<s. Spirits turpentine steady; [email protected]
::; ■; . receipts, 15 casks. Rosin firm. P3cSsl: receipts.
34 bbls. Crude turpentine firm a; $1 lOg-J2; receipts, J.
I ■:.- Tar firm at $1 25; receipts, 132 bbls.
Savannah. Nov. lit?. — Spirits turpentine firm at 35 Vic: re
ceipt?. 1.063 bbls: sales, 1.073; exports. 2.700. Rosin firm;
receipts. 4,162; sales, 680; exports. 1,600.
Charleston, Nov. 26. — Turpentine firm and unchanged.
Rosin firm and unchanged.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
For week ending Tuesday. November 26, 1001.
BEANS AND PEAS— Receipts for week: Beans, 5.511
l.bls; «as, 2.533 bbls. Exports: Beans. 1.276 bbls; peas.
294 bbls. Imports: Beans. 1.792 bMs; peas. 0 ib.s.
Domestic marrow have sold somewhat better this ween.
and with less stock comine forward the market n.is
gradually gained a little firmer tone; prices are no hign-=r,
but It Is easy to realize $2 25 for choice quality, mere
hus been a great scarcity of medium; indeed, moM or
the tune no stock was to be had: choice lets would bring
$2 (15. The quality of the pea beans is not very «a"»
actor}-, and for average best lots $1 95 is a more 6 ™
rate; when strictly choice *2 is obtained. Red *»««»
have fallen quite rapidly under comparative y light "■!£"
orders and liberal supplies; at the close it is easy to bu>
the choicest lots at $2u5. but that figure is being shaded
in instances. White kidney quiet but ««^** 1 ra v
eve have declined to 82 306*2 35. the outside figure _ uH
hish for choice stock in barrels. No cnamte in otner
Stnie beans. Foreign white beans are cleaning .up pretty
well. Gteen and Scotch peas steady. v «.^" ote i«a,« 05^
marrow, choice, per bush. $2 25; do medium ,-£♦-
Co pea. choice. »1 65«*2: dc. .red .kidney • « ho^ **»X
other foreign medium. 255i3».; Kalian . »ed.ujn.
uther toreign medium. $ I .»'as^ lft^ rreen p^s,
J130551324; do Scotch, bags $13.4 jr-sft
BUTTER-Recelpts for week. o 3 J,>^ 3 k pp * B "- T he market
28.558 pkgs. F.x,,,rt9 tor week. 2 . H. pkk^ tablo
top grades, say, from 21«ZK. v<■ 1 » ll = - —anted.
Sw»tfi»£«»Sf«S
of fresh f acton", and tho market is steady at the I pPjres
.••..-. A little June stock has been moving: of late.
14« 16c Renovated butter ta l^gher^ for
Creamery txtras per Ib. 254 c; do firsts, m-t.i-, u«
sf «rd"V:=c; do thirds. 17^19c. creamer, June make.
extras. 22c; do firsts. 2U4SJ-lHc: do !?°^ dmJs2oOd m Js2OO
«-ate dairy tubs, fresh. fan:y. do firsts, 20^
s_>c- do seconds, 17519 c; Western Imitation creamery,
fancy [email protected]: do firsts. 1540164 c: do lower grades.
14g15c; Western factory. June packed, fane}. J6f«j»»
do fair to choice. 144J14* do rresh. eh^ c«c «w lUlkeiSe1 UlkeiSe
in fair to prim-. 14ft144c: do lower grade.. 12148134 c.
renovated butter, fancy. l»%t)»c: flo common to choice.
lS ESEJ-ReeelpU for the week, 23.867 boxes. Ex
ports. 5.73S box«s. The market has rtownljery UM*
chan F « in the general features during i£' *' ?h? ha t tK
plies aro steadily shrinking, and It Is ProboK^e i hat the
scarcity and high price of mlik In the countrj «1 » co.n
pel m»ny factories to close that usually - run ■; winter.
ealers *1 generally »P"OSc. rare'y •%%«« !«*•
tctal shipments on Saturday were from this port. Uie
BA SS^^tl Sn
sizes in fairly active dcmaad from w! h. in (».., ot
j..i, r , „, wf !i sustained prices, with, in ra^. oc
cas/orll sale, of exceptionally §e.lrabl« l™*^*™ 1 ™
We quote: State, full cream, small col >r«. . .-
,,■—,, i.) •■- f do October, averaite best. i> >
.• .- to'-prlme. »W4c ber common
to f'al- 789 c; do large. September, fancy. O^e^iJ*
to fal- 7Oo<-; do larce. September, fancy, »*Wloc: ■■
October average best. »Vl«M>tec: do rood to prime, SH-*
S?do common'to fair. 7SSUc; Ught skims, small, choke.
SHfi-S^c: do large, choice. 7407.c; part skirt «. i.r.n.-.
6^»<g7c: do fair to rood. :-:-'ti -■ . do common, 334 c, full
5 j «ipts for the week. 4<5..-a7 cases. We have
had a fluctuating market for frrsh eggs ™T cr1 WW c **
wraf weakness toward the close of last week and Prices
'ell t.tt about ic. There v.as even some Indication of
furthe? decline, and on Monday the feeling was quite tin-
M the close however. Mis tor big* grade RW"i»
■ tttU- *nder .^ speculative supper..
V nga little. Umed firm. We quote: Jersey. State
' . at mark. 27<-; do oommon to good
.. 21«r28c: retrigerators, J8«19c : limed. 18c.
FRUITS— FRESH— Receipts of apples for week 23.8W
bbls Receipts of apples are moderate trade «'".«'«• " d
the ton* slightly In buyers" favor. Pears continue en
rraliv very dull- a few boxes of very fancy stock com
mand fair prices for Thanksgiving trade, but the 11 " 31
brings are dragging heavily. Grapes quiet but about
steady/ Cranberries held unchanged under lighter re
ceipts although trade Is much quieter. Fancy Florida
oranges firm, with a fair demand; undergrade* move lery
slowly. Pineapples dull and Irregular. A c S£f te =^:
pl« Greening. Vermont, prime to fancy, per bbl. »««»«
So state, good to choice. MOW: do fair to ■»££&"•
An Northern Spy. Vermont, good to fancy. J..GJ.. no
York Imperial prime to fancy. S3 5O084BO: do Wine Sap.
fair to fancy S3 50<r$4: do Ktr.s. Vermont, prime to
fancy per double head in 86€W»»O: do State. g'*d to
choice $4ff.«4 50: do Ben Davis, good to fancy $3 50«
$4 no do Baldwin. Vermont, good to fancy. $4««..; «°
State good to choice. $4S$4 SO; (Jo red winter varieties.
fair to good »,if.lM; do poor to fair grades. 82992 50;
pVarf . Seck*l. fair to good, Per bbl. 50053 5O: do up
riverT per bush box. fl«r*l 7.'.: do Boston, per bush box.
SlS«s2 do n«urre Clahrreau. per bhl. $2 60«t3 60; » do
Be-irre Bone. *rif?s4: do Klefer. good to choice $2 50-*
H'-veww Nlne^ra C*rtincate per c«. of 10 4 ID
baf'kets KB7S do frlrl labels. $1 79052 50: do per 4 In
basket i'.-?r it.- do Catawb*. Western New-York. P*r
cam of 10 3 "-. baskets, $1 25; do per small bask-t. 12«
He- do Concord per rase of 10 3 rh baskets. SlflSl IB:
do per small basket. 12©13 c; cr«r.berrits. Ca r e Cod. fancy,
lar"* dark late, r-r bbl. 87 50; .To larcv late, medium.
»A*r«7: do Farlv Black, fftney. dnrk. .<« ,V): -In mwlliim,
ipMM 25" do Inferior. JK«f!tf> SO; do Jersey, prime to extra.
r.er bbl "f5 73**123: do r«>r crate. $1 OOOS2 10: do com
mon to' fair $1 4 A '!?! |: 1 76; nr»«n»»s Florida hrl»*it. fflnry.
rtmight lines, r-r box. (2 6Oft*B: do ia«rt«lT«- KWfl
«„„;,, ..,- ir , r f2«o©s3: do good to cn"lr» 2165«2!105.
to<7r*2 r,(i- do Russet, good to chM'-e. I3*«*TB: <1o In
i'.t\ot $' 50.f«i 75: srrn^e fmit. choice to faocv bH«*t,
i«L«jfld. S4!<n««K: do Bflß, M««: do SO c^on«. ntOH: do
i"«Ff?ir.O^" *?****: Russets, as to wise, S"^**: ta"r»rfm»«.
ri^r box. '•»*««: p!ne»iw!i». Florida. Smooth C»v^nr.».
p»r box.'^"" - Kri " d') Red Spanish, per case. $2 2S<?J>2 ">!
"™pTi; PPIFP — R»"»!ntp for week. « Olf; Case* °"
CTftPOTIItM spo!A, «nd r.S «I 7 olws otr*r dri-d fruits: '-:
r>o't« 47. 211 r«k«w iWed fniltn. The «u>wlv of ev->nnmt^
a rT ,l» ? Is 8 little 'nrcer. bti<l ther» Is m .i^<. r tradlnr nil
along the line. Values for the choi-e nnd fancy w».m
have not ehan«*d much hut for nvare v m« nM lower
nnalities n l ; "le lets m..nf-v Is hf'ns- a'-'-Pnt^ii. Punflnw
anples are Flow, but without oiiotahle r»j^-. fhnps r.-1
c?reTand skins steady. R-imherrle; .re hnvlns: slow ** le .
aT there |, a yon- limits demnnd for cherries Bl<"-k
v^r-le« steady California apricots and oeaches «re mm
tarf«lrly at "unchanred TV-Ices. Pniw. milto niontv «ri
a I'ttle ™re In hurts' favor. We nu"'f: A? 0?- evapo-
S^tyrae-do common to good. B%<WHc: < do 22««t**;
10.-M. faun- lOWIOM.C- do common to choice. «W»f. ""
Vorth Carolina sliced. l«n. 54«ffi4c: do Vl-irin'n sllcd.
,u«ft.- do roan* cut Vlra-inia. etc. 4*se: do Tennw«.
«! ff4 ii C . -Vi wostem ouarters. •%(«■■&«• do Oho b-(J
M Jrhlesn ouarters. BtW: do chonivd. i«JJ. per 100 Jh.
ii So«S2SOi do cores nnn skinß $1 fi«W!t2 12: rnsnherries.
evaoorated 28c: <1o lamdrled. 20^21c: cr-rr'... Ststeand
Pennsvlv 6 n, a -. i.^ir.Uc: do S-.thern. »HtM«
berries. 17#l«c: blackberries. T4TTH«: apricots. rv, A ' nl »-
Moon^rk 12W1.V-: do Royal, UtTllc: peaches. Ca fom n.
r*e7ed. 14®19c: do unpeeled. 75104 c: prunes. California.
,}nps— Receipts for week. .V 734 bales: exports. 1.«3
bales Outside of the fmrwardinir of stock to the o.her
stdVef-^ «ater. there has not beer, much •»"»«'*»?
Siring the last week. Brewers have called for *»™ [ n f
m earlier contrarts and h»v» made «ome new T>ur. h.i -• •
but there MM been no r-neral buylne. and *^m«rk««
HHHH
in ranee ot I3«l*c for both State and Pac'fio Opart. We
s^«^«S*S&ia choir* t?
wSi^fT^Tnl^ro e^f^
S^T^ 'Vo'wi^^ned
Swla* 6om° lght fowls arriving, however, could not be
EfE^ •.t T s-ss»yToc i ior ftS-^SSS
S^rtlnucd vot Plenty, dull and weak. Liv, PljeoM un
chanced We quote: Spring chickens, per Ib. 74c; f° w 'f^
r.riSf heavY <>"• do light, 6c; roosters. sc; turkeys. B&
10c™ duck. Western per pair. Go®7oc; do Southern and
Southwestern. 50000 c; g?e £ c. Western. si<r*l ll2; da
Southern and Southwestern. 75c^l; pigeons. We...-.;
MLMSED— Receipts for week. 88.188 pkes. TuiKejs
haC^ been Ir . heavy supply, but only a small proportion
o? ™uiv fancy quality, the bulk of the receipts batsg
Laid poo" There was a liberal supply of iced turkeys
during IBS latter portion of last week, mostly of ord Inary
Pr»,i« and large lots ch-aned up anywhere from B«tJ
wffcc ? ■■'': in fact, the Litter extreme. This week opened
on "Monday with heavy receipts, with a fair proportion
£dTE£ turkeys occasionally reached 114 c, In rare
instances 12c for very fancy, but the general demand wa.
for dry packed" stock, and average best Iced were difficult
above lie. while large lots had to clean up at 10©10',Sc.
r>r\- packed turkeys occasionally reach 13c for fancy Jei
se? unr?veV and Marylands. 13Jrl4c for State and Penn
svivanliT l"°«13c for fancy Ohio and Michigan and
12«12iic for ' other finest Western; the outside flfiurea. |
however, were extreme, and bulk of business was done
at inside prices. On Tuesday the general movement was
disappointing, and the market weakened, with bulk of
sales of average finest Western ;:: I.e. and only excep
tionally fancy Ohio and Michigan possible above 1-Vic.
The market has not cltanti up closely. though it is hoped
there will be some demand to— morrow. Chickens and
fowls have been in large supply, but general movement
moderate, and average grades have ruted weak end Ir
regular. Fancy ducks have been in good demand and
firm, A few fancy young S"S<-- hu.ve sold readily. Tame
squabs about steady. We quote: Iced — Spring turkeys,
Western, dry picked, prime, lie; do scalded, lie; do fair
quality, [email protected](H6c; do poor, 16$ ...... chickens. West
crn, dry picked, choice, y»Qluc: do Onio and Miclnsan,
scalded, 10<?llc; other Western, scolded, rhoice, Ufe©ll>e;
do dry picked or scalded, poor v uooo, iCj'Jc; iowis. West
ern, dry picked average best. biilHic: do scalded. 9c: dj
Southwestern, dry picked. 9c; do Western md Sou!
western, poor to good. 7® Bc; old cocks, Gj(j';c; ducks,
Western, spring, per tb. ll>©l2c; gocse, spr.ns, Western,
f?PH>c. Dry packed — Turkeys, Jru..y and upr.ver. fancy,
14©15 c; di. tarr to good, [email protected]; do Maryland :in<!
Delaware, fancy. 14&13 c; ■: fair to g.od. ll';!Ui- : :c; <l>
State and Pennsylvania, good to pr.rne. .... do Ohio
and Michigan, sc^ilcieu. fancy, 12 c; do »;a.r to gotni.
li'jl-c; other Western, fan. jr. 12c; do quod to prime, [email protected]
Il^ic; do poor, 7 .-.«. ; cnijken?, Fn:iadeipiiia. sclrct.ti
large, 15i»16c: do mixed sizes. 12© 13c; do Jersey, fancy,
l-i_<l3c; do fair to good, l>-. 1;• . do state and Pennsyl
vania, fancy. 11 12c; do lair to good, loyilc; do Jhio
and lllctiftan, scalded, fancy, lot- vi lie; d-j fair to ko.xl,
; '_ 10 . other Western, fancy. 10!^lO^2C: <!■-» fair to goi>i.
Ss4®»i4c; towls, Ohio anti Michigan, fancy, scalded, '."7
iHic; other Western, dry picked, choice, 6©oiic; Uj
scalded, 0c; do poor to fair. 7©Sc; ducks, Maryland nnd
Delaware, lancy, 13914 ; do fair to good, luyl'Jc; do Ohio
and Michigan, fancy, •.- ■■. ■/ 1-! ■.■.. ■. other Western, prime,
[email protected]; do poor to fair, b®loc; geese, Maryland and Dela
ware, prime, 12$12!&c; do We==t-rn. [email protected]; squabs,
prime, large, while, y-vv drzen, i- s<[email protected]}J 7.'.; do mixed.
> dark, $1 251; fl 60.
GAME — Prime fresh quail sell fairly, but most receipts
are showing irregular quality and value. Grouse In Lent
supply and firm, but demand limited. Woodcock and
partridge unchanged. Rabbits more plenty and easier.
We quote: Quail, choice, per dozen, $:;. do prime, $">; do
Southern, fair to good, [email protected] 50; grouse, per pair, ?1 75Q
$2; partridges. $1705*2; wo dcock, SIQSI 25; wild ducks.
canvas, per pair. *2oO'gs3: do redhead. $1 [email protected]?2; do
mallard. 75c051; do teal, bluewing, Co®73c; bits, per
pair. 25030 c
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— Receipts of potatoes
for week, 71.a94 bbls; imports. .*-.."i54 bags and 1.513 bbl-.
Irish potatoes are held as last quoted, but trade is quieter
and tone weaker. Sweet potatoes firm. Choice led
onions In light supply and firm. Florida vegetables mov
ing slowly. New-Orleans vegetables irregular as to
quality: fancy stock is scarce. Cauliflowers doing better
under lighter receipts. Brussels sprouts steady. Southern
string beans are very scarce; a few lots arriving from
Florida command very extreme prices. Southern lettuce
and other salad stuff shows irregular quality and value:
there Is a fair Inquiry for fancy stock, but a very dull
market for ordinary grades. Eggplants steady. Other
Florida vegetables would sell promptly if of choice quality.
We quote: Potatoes, Scotch Magnum, prime, per 168 It>
bag $250; do Belgian, large, choice, per 168 tb bag, $2 25
SJi: .><>; do German, large, common to good, $29*2 50: do
per 112 It. bag. $1 50©$l CO; State, good to prime, per 180
Id, $25001279; do good to prime, per sack, $2 50<g.$2 6O;
do Jersey, good to prime, per bbl, $2912 25; sweets. South
Jersey, per double head bbl. 52 [email protected] 75; do Vineland.
cloth heads, $22T>@$8; ... Virginia, yellow, fair to prime,
J5295212: Brussels sprouts, good to choice, per quart. 7*3!
!"'. do inferior, 306 c: chicory. New-Orleans per bbl, $250
©53."*: cucumbers. Florida, per bush basket $1 50<552 25;
do per crate. $I©sl 75; cauliflowers, Lone Island, fancy,
per bbl. $2 50#$3 50; do fair to good, H7s©s2»; do
cuiis. $1 2.v,isi 50; cabbages. Long Island, per 100, $2600
53; celery, State, per dozen. 10840 c: eggplants, Florida,
per box. $2 25®52 75; do per bbl. $4®ss 50; escarole New-
Orleans, per bbl. $3954: lettuce. New-Orleans, per bbl, $3
©$4 50. do Norfolk, per half bbl basket. [email protected]$l 25: do
Florida, $1952; do North Carolina. [email protected]; onions.
Orange County, white, per bag. $2©s4; do red, fair to
prim.-. $3913 50: do yellow, fair to good, *3053 25; do poor
to fair. $1 7595250; do Connecticut, red. per bbl $2500
54: do yellow, S3 256 53 50; do white. [email protected]*4 50 do State
and Western, yellow. per bag. $M?: 5 25; do red. $3 50'g$4;
do shallots. New-Orleans, per 100 bunches »250<&*3:
pkra. Florida, per fi basket carrier. $2953: romaine New-
Orleans, pr bbl. $4955; string beans. Florida, green per
bush basket. $6998: do per crate; $6957; squash. Hub
hard. $a 5095278: do marrow, $1 [email protected]; turnips Jersey
Russia, per bbl. 75c; do Canada. Russia. 75QS«Jc; toma
toes, Florida, per carrier, $280954.
.SUNDRIES. — Beeswax— quiet but steady, at 273
X/£,!Y r n>. Ma c Sugar- The 'lit business do'lrg is at
l'»ffllc per It- for -mar and [email protected]*l per gallon for syrup
»' II 4St-i»4 S t-i»T Mark V. slow at $4 25955 pei Ib for Southern
ard I .<•. for Northern, Canadian and Western. H.>ncy —
l*man.l Is Improving, and there Is rather a firm market
for all grades. We quote: State, clover, 1 ami . fancy, per
, '■•:.■. do falr to good, 12914< ;do buckwheat "comb.
10»l_c; do clover, extracted, >:•>-• do buckwheat, ex
tracted. 6V4c; do California, extracted, 5%96c; Southern
extracted. 55960 c Nuts — Chestnuts are bring!] good
prices when of good quality; poor stock neglected. Hick
ory nuts easier. There has been a good Jobbing demand
for peanuts at about late prices. We quote: Peanuts
Virginia handplcked fancy, per Ib. 3-\©4c; do fancy,
rew. :: *» ■doNo 1 Spanish, old. 4%QSc; do No 1 new,
4»c; do No ! Vlrirlnla 3'-»4": chestnuts. Northern per
bush of v . 60 ">• $49*500; do Baltimore and Washington,
*4?i5..: lokory nuts, per i.ush r.f [SO It). t2®S2 25
HAT AND STRAW— HAY— the receipts to-day 723
tons were of canal hay. billed for export: the supply for
local u.«e was close upon 2.000 tons, which Is nearly a
third above the requirement of this territory. Prices,
however. were fully as firm at for the last week partly
helped by a fairly foil demand for all of the useful
grades and the possibility of hay shipments falling off
If that lire of produce has to suffer some of the de
tention of car room. We quote: Prime, large bales, per
100 Tb. 905 c; No 1. 859^7 < •: No 2. T7%OB2ttc; No 3
■■•*-'. small bales 2He le«i. than large: clover, mixed.
8DO70c; clover. s<*Bf.<v:: salt hay In fair demand for pack
ing at ■ &Soc. ..STRAW • liberal, prices un
chantrcd; l. ; ng Of, 75980 c for merchantable lots. Re
ceipts of hay and rtraw In tons reported at the Produce
Exchange at n ion to-day: Hudson River Railroad, 550;
Erie, 320; Pennsylvania. 80 Delaware. Lackawanna and
Western 20: West .-.; re, 50; Lehigh Valley. 120; Bait!
more and Ohio, 70; Central of New-Jersey, 40: canal
boats, 723: river barges, 640; total. 3 648 as. Receipts
of straw. 350 tons by river. I!'> tons by rail; total, MO
tons.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
New- York. November :•'> 1801.
REEVES — Receipts. 1 car. or 17 head, consigned direct.
No sales reported Dressed beef steady; city dressed
native sides 6H90%e per It). Cables rju^ted American
live cattle selling at 12918 c. dressed weight; refrigerator
beef nt 04910 c per tt>. The Celtlo. sailing for Liverpool
to-day Is reported to carry beef for Nelson Morris;
estimated number of quarters. 2.200. To morrow the
Germanic for Liverpool will take out C3j quarters of
btef and 822 drewed pigs for Swift a Co.. and about 700
quarters of boef for Nelson Morris: the Haver! rd. .4.,
cattle to L.in<V-n for W. A. Sherman, and N»J quarters
of bVef to Soul ton for Bchwarzschild & Sul2ber K er.
CALVES-lUo,lpt 9 . 145 he»d. all for the market mak
tag, with ■ %^Tt
ISSoS SoJt« Jersey ' !i >' "- nl ■'"' nt
Sixtieth itf Veal.
rraHly ... and I Wcstrrn calves. A few veals sold
-v- ■ - -
EffiSUMcSSI veals. 157 Ib average at
S7BO per 100 ».: h _ t j,^ o
no rb. at f£ s weit yin , aim. a 5..
.?::%**XTt ■■ - - can, or 1.848
SS&«^>l from > - ' i;,.;;
soM-HH at jersey City and 1 « ''^ -ambs sold a
3s s ■
improvement . 10 lb: a
SESSS a' SSfeSsttLA 1 SSs^J? rtr * ; fes Belf esBel
lambs. ilWjc. , t ,-, ,ot Btat. iambs. 75 rb average.
rt s^S|^f^3 as
dlana yearlings. 68 Ib. at . $3. 30 do. 81 Ib. at $2 7.-; 42
D uck^nd I culf° he^. n> i 02 a m, 3 k t 5175; 11 State sheep. 81
Ib, at $2 50. A a..,,, lambs 77 rb. at $4 7f>; -1
«, at 5 3 20; 0 do.
Kentucky '••" r - :;: ■ Gl , < ~ ,<!\n % « H..^ g^g
Kentucky yonrllncs. «'™£" t Yi,io
7tt tt>. et $3 25: : 21S . do.^« WeSl Virginia lambs. 65 Ib, at
t^Tf^^^^S^ n». at ? 4 7O:
£t $4 SO - t, 1 t MU ears or '„373 bead; about 2 cars
HOGS— Receipts, -i « «"-• ■ r W, sU . rn hog BO ia at
aw ■ -
"I? a HollUi 0... yarteroay): 140 s <«' ho . 188 "•■ at
£&; res m »£s%» '•■ s »" "•»■ ns r
at jr. 80; 4 roughs. 238 rt>. at $4 «.
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
0.1 raitle— Receipts. 7,000 head: steady;
Chicago. Nov. 2rt.-Ca.UeK r s7 : poor to medium,
no choice here: s-*>d t» r ■ > . . - -„
Receipts to day. H.OOO head: M othera: mixed
12.000; higher ..n a -i-. h^>- t » * h l lee h .. :ivy IS C*B
choice wethers. 54 4 v**- we<=:ern lambs, feeders.
$3 40; Western sheep, S-S*- 5 ' 1 "- »»•■»»■
$3 80©$4 15 o C _Hops active and higher. $3 88
„?5 nCln Cauie^tead;fsi",-.a ? 5 25. Sheep steady. «1 25©
»i, 2 -f-Cattle-Recelpts. 10 cars; 109
culls "and common: 11256*2 CO: heavy export ewes. $3 23
' *Fs' Liberty Nov. 2>l.— Cattle steady; choice. $5739
$6 prim" $550^5 70: B nod. *5 15CJS f. B^Wg;
nrin,. hm-i« «(W^ssiW; heavy- medium?. ?5 65(9*3 75;
.„',,. cu^s ! « I (.ir,jo ?he?P Klnw; yearlings. 50e?3 75;
UwS^JSIZS SmnZZ WOW: yearlings. $»fiO9SS7B;
veal calves. [email protected] 6 50.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
Galveston Nov. 26. — Cotton quiet: middling. 7 »-lRc;
low middling, 7c: good ordinary. 6^c; receipts. 21.826
bales; scales, 6"; stock. MO.SSS
Savannah' Nov 2t>. — Cotton quiet; middling. 7Uc: low
middling. 6 13-16 c; receipt*. 10.600 bales; sales. 1.3.3;
stock. 140.575. . .» ... .».
New-Orleans. Nov. Cotton |Mj9i middling . THe:
low middling. 7c: go..d ord nary. 6 .-lPc: receipts 21818
bales; exports coastwise. 3.500; sales. 6.0W; StOCS, 2,2.-
Memphls Nov. — Cotton steady: middling, 7 5-IGc;
low middling. 7 l-16c: good ordinary. « 11-IS.-: net re
ceipts. 2.253 bales; gross, 3,500; shipments. ..t.l; sales.
1.600;. stock. 104.554.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, Nov. 26. 4 p. m. — Cotton — moderate
business; prices 1-Md lower; American middling fair.
4 9-16 d; good middling. 4Hd; middling. 4 9-320: low
middling, 4 3-lCd; good ordinary, 41-18 d; ordinary,
3 13-10 d. The sales of the day were 8,000 bales, of which
600 were for speculation and export, and Included 7,200
American. Receipts. 20.000 bales. Including 17.300 Ameri
can. Futures opened easy and closed steady; American
middling, g o c. November, 4 15-G4d sellers; November
and December 4 12-O4d buyers: December and January.
4 11-644 buyers: January and February. 4 10-64 d buyers:
February and March. 4 10-6 id sellers; March and April.
4 JK6404 10-64 d value; April and May, 4 &-6454 10-«4d
value- Mai- and June, -i 9-64 ©4 10-64 d value; June and
July. 4 S-64g4 10-64 d sellers; July and August. 4 9-C4d
buyers.
THE STATE OF TRADE.
' Buffalo. Nov. 26. — Flour steady. Wheat — No 1 North
ern spring, ISHc; winter No 2 red. SOHc. Corn arm:
No 2 yellow. eOHc; No 3 do. : -*c: No 2 corn. Cue: No
3 do. 88% c. Oats firm: No 2 white. 50c; No 3 do. 49% c;
No 2 mixed. 48c; No 3 mixed, 474 c. Barley. wtHe
asked. — No 1. 6BHc
Cilcago, Nov. 26. — The leadlrg futures ranged as fol
lows:
W: eat. No. 2: Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
November 75 ' i 7^' 7! *-71 7 i 71^a71 T »
December 7J'«7- '.. 7-"» 71%072 71"5®.2
M.'y 75-4 a. vu 7a7 a ■;;.".•.'. 7.>'izßis'i •*%
Com, No. 2:
November — — — 61 V
December ..... 62g"^2H 62* g1%«1%9g1%
May Or-. i ; » I'-i'j 64 6iH
Oats. No. 2:
December 42's 42 x 41 T » 42'»
.May 43 *:*« 4-H 4. -«
July 3S 7 sQ^ 30 3s*j 3SS
Mes? pork, per bbl:
January $15 72',s ttSKhs $13.72% $15 75
May 1C 10 Idol* 1 •>(.>& 10 07%
Lard, per 100 Ib:
Decem. er — — — 9 07 l i
January 9 07*S r> 12 ; j 007*3 '.'o7'::
May OI'JH: y:^:: 0 2" 0 20
Short ribs, per 100 Ib:
January . .- S 05 ' * 12!~ so:': SOS
May 8.22% - 3'J " S 2" S 20
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour steady; Sis P.
?p 1..s woeat, 68972 c; Xo .cd. .*(,"•; No 2 vtl! era.
04% c: No 2 oats, 43ft943%c; No 2 white, 45 :-»94"»4c;: -»94"»4c; No
3 white, 44^4 '<£ 15 'uc: No 2 rye. U" l *gi>lc. fair to choice
malting barley. SHijtSc; No 1 "tiaxseed, $1 43: No 1 North
western. .<; 41; piirne timothy seed. $6 159*825; clov«-r
seed. contract frade. $890: mess pork, per bbl. *14 Hm|
$1175: lard, per 100 n>. $'.> 07 «i *i*'.» lit; short ribs Mde*<
(loose), ••:'•-•'. dry salted snouiders «t-oxed). ?7 5»4j
5762H;: short .-!..-. sides iboxed). M3o9sßflo: whiskey.
jayis of high wines. $; 31. On the Prods • Exchange to
day the butter marjeet was steady; creameries, l(y-4 !
Uaines. [email protected] Coeest steady, 9 i^io^o. Egga steady;
fresh. 23Hc.
Duluth. Nov. -2<S. — Close: Wheat— No 1 hard. 73Tic; No
2 Northern, t-n'Jc; Xo I Northern, • >%c; December. <53*sc;
May, 73 ?jc. Corn, B2
Milwaukee. Nov. 'M. — Wheat easier: dose, Ka 1 North
ern, 72&72 I ->c: No - Northern, 71".-7 1- ..■; May. »srs4J
Rye steady: No 1. i; ■■ . Barley firm; No 2. tße: sample.
[email protected]%c. Corn— May. C 4! .<c.
Minneapolis, Not. 26.— Close: Wheat — Cash. 7<V. De
cember, 69c; May. 7!"-.-. On track. No 1 hard. XJte; No
1 Northern. 70c; No 2 Northern. .'.7 W&i;7»ic. — Ftrat
patents. ?:{ fiT»*f.«3 75; second patents, $35095300; first
clears. $27595285; second clears. $2 20. Bran— ln balk,
$16 509*17.
_ Philadelphia. Nov. 2^.— Wheat steady; contract grade.
November. 7t :l /i(S77c. Corn steady: No 2 mixed. Novem
ber, 6^<g.6BSc. Oats firm. '•-.■ higher; No 2 white clippe-I.
52c. Butler firm; prints Ie higher: fancy Western cream
ery. 26c: do nearby prints. 2".»o. Eggs firm; fresh nearby,
--. . do Western, 27c: do Southwestern. 2fic: do Southern.
25c. Cheese unchanged; New- York full -creams, fancy.
small. 10*»910%c; do fair to choice. 8910% c. Receipts-
Flour. 4.000 bbls and 420.000 rb In sacks; wheat. 84.000
\bush; corn. 27.000 bush; oats. 7.000 bush. Shipments —
, Wheat. 46,000 bush; corn. 2.000 bush; oats. 6.000 bush.
LONDON" WOOL MARKET.
London. Nov. 26. — The sixth series of the 1901 wool
auction sales opened to-day with a very large attendance.
Competition was slow as the offerings, which numbered
1 10.75,") bales, were rather inferior. The offerings consisted
; principally of crossbred* and faulty merinos. A few fine
| qualities were offered and caused active bidding, finally
I selling at unchanged rates. All lower grades were 5 to
I 7'i per cent lever. Cape of Good Hope and Natal was
j In good demand at a 6 per cent decline. • the home trade
and the Continent taking the bulk. There has been very
little Inquiry for wool since the October series closed,
but the consumption has been progressing steadily In
the manufacturing districts, where the stock has been
too large for requirements. Following are to-day's sales
in detail: New South Wales. l.fi<>o bales: scoured, 3d
Is sd: greasy. 49M. Queensland. f«JO bales: scoured.
:■'■<. -i r.'-l; greasy. 3'*^S-3d. Victoria. «00 bales;
scoured. »[email protected] 4d; greasy 2 1 *d'gls. West Australia.
300 bales: greasy. 4Vi<S7*id. Tasmania. 100 bales;
scoured. 6d: greasy. 8)49»%d. New-Zealand. 6.200 bales:
scoured. 3^dfTls 3d; greasy. ClifjOHrd. Cape of Good
Hope and Natal. 1,000 bales; scoured, 7'«[email protected] 34d;
I greasy. 4?i©7iid.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
Liverpool. Nov. 2*.— Closing— Wheat— Spot steady: No 2
red Western, winter. 5s MM: No 1 Northern spring,
ssf»Hd- No 1 California, 5s lid: futures quietr December.
53 OHd; March. r«llW Corn— Spot firm; American
mixed, old. Se&Hd; futures quiet: December. 5s 4?»d:
January s«i3V>d; March, 5s 2 l id. Peas — Canadian strong.
Gs S id, ' Flour- St. Louis fancy winter steady. 7s 6d. Hops
at London (Pacific Coast) steady. SSafJC*. Beef steady;
extra India mess. 73s 6d. Pork steady; prime mew, West
ern 725. Lard strong; American refined, in pails. 46s bd;
rrlma Western. In tierces. 475. Hams— Short out. 14 to 16
rt> strong 51s. Bacon strong; Cumberland cut. 28 to 30
rt>' 50s 6d: short ribs. IB to 24 Ib, 50»: lons clear middles.
light 2S to *4 It 50s; long clear middles, heavy. 3.. to 40
Ib 495: short clear backs. M to » Ib, 47- clear be.lies.
14' to 16 Ib BBa Shoulders — Square. 11 to 13 Ib. strong.
43s Butter steady; finest United States. l<2«; good Lnlted
a. .... 7._ Cheese quiet: American finest whit* and
colored 4os Tallow— city Ursa, 29s 3d: Australian
in London, SOs«d. Cottonseed oil— Hull refined, spot. firm.
4s lid. Petroleum — Refined, firm. 7 : d. Unseed ml
steady. 335.
6nrrogates* Xotices.
TTARRIET B. RANNEY.— In pursuance of an
"^ order of Hon. Frank T. Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of
the County of New York, notice Is hereby given to all
persona having: claims against Harriet B. Kanney, late
of -"he County of New York, deceased, to present the same,
with vouchers thereof, to the subscribers at their place
of transacting business at the office of Thomas Hooker.
No 4 Warren Street, in the Borough of Manhattan. la
the City of -York, on or before the 30th day of April
n€ Da'ed New York, the 29th day of October. 1901.
US " .-b EDWARD WALLACE NEIL.
THOMAS HOOKER.
Executors.
THOMAS HOOKER. Attorney for Executors. 4 Warren
Street Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York.
notice' la hereby Riven to all person* having claims against
Evelina Hall, late of the County of New York, deceased,
to present the - BIS with vouchers thereof to the subscrlb
era aY their place of transacting business. No. 22 East
1 6th Street Borough of Manhattan, in the City of New
York on or before the 31st day of December next.
D ted New York the 2«th day of June. 1901.
FREDERICK A. BOOTH. CAROLINE O. McFARLAN.
Executors.
CLARK BROOKS. Attorney for Executors. 54 William
Street. Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T Fitzgerald a Surrogate of the County of New York.
Vctlce Is hereby given to all persons having claims against
Katharine I'-Kay Bronson. late of -he County of New
York deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof
to t!i*> subscriber at my place of transacting business.
No 111 Fifth Avenue, in the City of New York, on or
before the 25th day of January next.
I_vit"d New York, the 18th day of July. 1901.
HBNP.Y DB FOREST WEEKES. Executor.
WFHKES BROTHER!*, Attorneys for Executor. 45 Will
"lim Street. N«w York.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T. Fltzsrerald. a Surrogate of the County of New-
Tork. notice is hereby Riven to a!! persons having claims
against Columbus Sprotto, late of -he County of New-
York, deceased, to present the same, with vouchers
thereof to the subscribers at their place of transacting
business at the office of Messrs. Mandelbaum Bros.. No.
17S Pearl Street. Borough of Manhattan. In th« City of
New-York, on or before the Sth day of February next.
Dated New-York, the 80th day of July. 1901.
EDWARD SfHROKDER. )
IDA C. A. SPROTTO. } Executors.
ALFRED P. SCHT'LTZ. \
Man.ielbaum Kris.. Attorneys for Executors. No. 17»
Pearl St.. Borouch of Manhattan. New-York City.
TN pursuance of an order of Hon. Frank T.
Fit-'peralc' a Surrogate of th» County of New York.
Notice I* hereby -i-.f.-. to all person* ha-in? claims against
Gottlieb F. Weber. iat« of trie County of New York, de
rea!=»d to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscribers at their place of transacting business, at
tlie office of A! : '■ Bloch. Esq.. No. 99 Nassau Street.
In the City if New York. 8.->roiiph of Manhattan, on or
before the' first day • f March. 1902.
Dated New York, the !3tfi diy 01 Aurust. 1901.
JAfV)R .II T NO.
XAN'NFTTf. BOnRCKEL.
LOUISS MILLER.
Executors under th«« last will arc. testament of Gottlieb F\
TO ber, deceased.
Anoi.l'll BLOCH. 9' Nassar St.. At*'y for Executor*.
TyrURDOCK, URIEL A.— ln pursuance of an
■f" order if if n. Abner C. Thomas, a 9orrCdßßta of th»
County of New York, notice 1? hereby riven to all persons
having claims aealnM Uriel A. M unlock, late of the Coun
ty of New York, deceased, to present the same, with
vouchers thereof to the subscribers, at their place of
tran-actin" business, at the office of Sbllaad, Shoemaker
& Hedges, No. "I Broadway, i:'. the Coroueh of Manhat
tan, City of New York, on or before the SDth day of May.
' Dated New Tor*. November 27th. 1001.
LEWIS C MCRPOCK, FKANCIS A. MCRDOCK, FRAN
CIS K. LKITP. Cxccutors.
SHILAND SHOEMAKEi: & HEDOEB. Attorneys for
Executors. So. 71 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan,
New York* City. ■'••'- Y.
Bailroods
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Cortlnmit Streets* 1.. li*e nilnntrx later than
tliat civ en belotr tnr Tn f ntjr-thlrd Street
Station, except «hrre otherwise noted.
7.35 A. H. FAST MAlL.— Limited to two BuSet Parlor
Cars New York to PUu-burg. Piping Cat F\tt*burg to
Chicago. No coaches v, put.»burK.
fUBI A. M. FAST LINE.— Fittshurg and Cleveland.
i».r^> A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Poll—
Comr>artirient Fleerlrur. Din::*. SraoklnfC. an.i Observa-
Ur-n Cars. For Chfcrso. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati.
I;...ianai- Us, Louisville. St. Louis. _^^
1..-.1 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS—
For Toledo. Nashville <via Cliuir.nati and LouisvUle).
Indlanarilis. Chicago. 9t. Louis. Dining C*r.
5..V. P. N. ST L'>'Jl~ EXPRESS.— For --sburß.
lp-liana; Louisville. Ft. Loi'i-". Dialog Car.
a.", P. M. WESTERS EXPRESS.— Fo« Chicago. Tor
Toledo. • see] t •:■;•■ lay Dir.lne Car.
7.." P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.— For PlttsburS and
Chic: so." For KnuxvOle. dally, *-1a Sh-nandoah \ alley
Rrute. Connect? for Cleveland, except Saturday. __
a 23 H. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRESS.—For Pittsburfr. Cleveland, and Cincinnati.
WASHINGTON A.MJ TIIC SOUTH.
7.V.. 5.23. 9.25. 10.10 (DHINMI and CortiandJ Streets
10.20) tDininsr Car) 1" ■"■' (Dlnins • .•••> a. n>.. 12.00 .r>!-
lnsr Car>. 2.10 tl>*brossesand Cortlandl Streets. _2u>.
♦3.2-". ••••onsres't.mal "Lim.." all Parlor and Litrilns;
Car»). 3.23 <D!r.in? Car) 4.25 (Dining Car*. 4.5u Dir.ln*
Car). f.,25 p. m.. 12.10 night Sunday. 8.25. £S* 10 ~>
<Dinlp.?» Car) a. m.. 12.55 .r>ir pk Car>. '::.~' Con
gieaalonal Urn. " all Parlor and ■.■•ring Can}. 3.2» (^.-Ir.
int: Car>. 4.2 T. IDlnir.s Car). 4.55 (Dining Car). ».-»
P. m.. 12.1') night. ._ -
SOUTHERN RAlLWAY.— Expres*. 3.25. 4.25 P- rr K»
night daily.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Express. 925 a. in. and 9 25
p. IT. daily. .
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.— "FIorida ant
Metropolitan Lim!trd." 12.55 p. m. daily. Express.
12. 10 night daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
an i Kew-Orleana, 3 -"■ p. m dairy.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.S3 a. m. week
days and 1.38 p. m. dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT sad NORFOLK.— 7.S3 a. m.
we?h ■''\s and 8188 o. m. daily.
ATLANTIC CITY.— " *"■ a. m. and - '■"• p. m. week-days.
Through Vestibuled Trains. EulTet Parlor Car» *r.*
Standard Coaches.
CAPE MAY. — 12.:>5 B. m. w^ek- ■
For points on New York and Long Branch Railroad (front
Wf-rt Twenty-third Street tatk>B>. $.55 a. m.. 12.4e.
2.25, 4."> and 11.25 p. m. Sundays. 9.ZS a. m., ■*.'••
p. m. (frnm Desbr"F?es and <"■— lar..:; Streets). •.!>«
a. m.. li'.'O. 40. 5 10. and 11.30 p. m. Sundays. 9.45
a. m., 5.15 p. in.
KOR Plffl, *I)FI.PHI \.
6.10 fDesbrosses and Cortlandt Streets. 6.20). 7.23. 7 54,
8.2.%. 55 9.25 (*.38 Penaa Limited 10-10 <D»»brosse»
and Cortlandt Streets. 10.20) (Dtnln? Car). 10.55 (Dialnr
Car). 11 55 a. m. 12.55 (Dining Car). 2.10 (Desbrosse*
trii Cortlandt Streets. 2.20). 2.55. 3.25 (Dining Car». 5.">.
4.25. 4.25 (Pining '"an. 4.55 (Dining Car>. 5.55 (Dinln*
Car). 7.55. S.2S. 5.55. 9.25 r>. m.. 12. l*> n!«ht. Sundays.
6.10 7. '.5 (no coaches). 8.25. 8.5.V 9.25. 55 fLlmtt»<J>.
955. 10.55 (Dlr.ins Car) a. m.. 12.15 iD ; n.nar Car». 1.5$
(Dlninjf Car). 3.25 (Dining Car). 3.55. 4.25 (Dinine Car),
4.55 tDinln* Car). 5.55 (Dining Car). 7.55. 8.25. a.55. 9.25
d. m. 12.10 nicht.
Ticket offices Was. 4fil. 1196. 1334. 111 and 2CI Broadway;
1 2 Fifth Avenu; (below 23d St.); 1 Astor House; West
Twenty-third Street Station, and ftitlons foot M I>»»
. broy»<»B and Cortlandt Streets: 4 Court Street. «♦><> Ful
ton Street. 9>« Broadway and Pennsylvania Annex Sta
tion. Brooklyn: Station. Jersey City Th» New Torlc
Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from
hotels and residences through to destination. Tel?phon^
"Sl4 Eighteenth Street" tar Pennsylvania Railroad Cat*
Service
J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Pass'r Ax-r.t.
NEW YORK CENTRAL
Trains arrive at and depart from Grand Central station.
42d Street. New York, as follows:
Leave New York. - Arrive New York.
•3.15 a. m Mail fad Piper Train iv» a . m.
•8.00 a. m Syracuse Local t0.25 p. m.
tS.3Oa- m..... Empire State Express +10 IV > p. rr..
*a.4Sa. m Fast Mail »li>.oOa. m.
t10.30a. m Day Express t7.00p. in.
+ 11.30 a. ra Rutland Express t? no p. m.
•I.OOp. m— . ...Southwestern Limit"! «"'O p. m.
•2.ortp. m .N Y. & Chicago Special *1.39 p.m.
i3.3Op.rn Albany and Troy Flyer tIMOa. m.
•3.35 p. m Alban> Special +2.00 p. m.
•4.00 p. m Detroit Special •M.'» a. m.
•5.30 p. m Th» Lake Shore Limited •«.»> p. m.
•5 30 p. m St. Louis Limited "2.55 p. m.
•8.00 p. m Western Express •>.+." p. m.
•fi.2sp. m Montreal Express *7.20a.t3.
•7.30 p. .Adirondack .<- Montreal Express.. •« 55 a. m.
•Son p. m Buffalo Special »7.27 a. m.
•i>.2O p. m S. W. Special *7.50 a. m.
•i>.?.O p. m Pacific Express 3" a. m.
•IV!Wp. m Northern New York Exp..~.-- •7.27 a. m.
Xl2.loa.rfl MMnlKht Express '5.30 a. m.
•Dally. tDally, except Sunday. tDally, except Monday.
HARLEM DIVISION.
08 A. M. and C 35 P. M. Dally, except Sundays, to Pitta..
flel.l. Sundays only, at 9:20 A. M.
Pullman cars on all through trains.
Trains lllumlr.ated with Pintsrh Light.
Ticket offices at 113. 261. 415 and 1216 Broadway. 23
TTi*on S<3. W. 275 Columhus Aye.. 133 West 123 th St..
125 th St. and I3MI) St. Stattcrs. New York; 33? ani 723
Fulton St.. and i<*s Rroadwav. Ei. D.. Brooklyn.
Telephone "!»0o 3- th Street" for New York Central Cab
Service. Baggage checked from hotel or residence by
Westcott F>mrp<.a Company.
P. 9 BLODOF.TT. GEORGFJ H. DANIEL?.
Gmrml Sup»rfr;t»ri<f»nt. fi»"»ral frrwtnw A^ent.
NEW YORK TO BOSTON
SPRINGFIELD LINE,
Via sprinsfleld and the
BOSTON AND ALBANY RAILROAD.
rNew York Central & Hudson River R. R., Lessee.)
Trains leave Grand Central Station. Fourth Avenue an*
42d Street New York, as Hews:
Leave Arrive Arrive
New York. Springfield. Boston. -
tt>.oO a. m. 12.45 noon. M p. m.
t12.00 noon. 3. IS p. m. 5.40 p. in.
•4 CO d. m. 7.27 n. m. 10.00 p. m.
•11.00 d. m. 3.11 a. m. «-13 a. m.
Tickets at New Tork Central ticket office*. 415 and 121«
Broadway, and at Grand Central Station.
OPENINfi RUTLAND PA!IRQAD f S
NEW LIKE TO MONTREAL,
ACROSS BO ISLANDS OF LAKE CHAMPLAIV.
Cirrmen'-Inj; November 3d. trains will leivo Grand Cen
tral Station 23 P. 11. and 43 A M. via Grand Isle.
arriving; Windsor Street Station. Montreal. DINING CAR
and throush sleepers on 6.23 P M. train, parlor car on
morning train. Tickets on sal* at all New Yorlc Central
Ticket Offices.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Liberty St. and South Ferry (time from South Ferry aye
minutes earlier than below, except a.» noted).
I Week days. | Sundays.
Easton Local — 7.15 a.m. ....-._
Eastoo Leal ... 13.45 p.m. ........
Scranton & Reading 9. l">a. m. ........
Scranton & Reading 4.40 p.m. _
Mauch Chunk & Reading 1.20 p. m. 1.00 p.m.
Mauch Chunk & Reading 4.40 p. as. 5.30 p.m.
Lakewood & Atlantic City 9.40 a. m.
Lake wood & Atlantic City 3 40 p.m. J •
Lakewood & Barnesat -. 9.40 a.m. *10.1.1a.t8.
Lakewool & Bridgeton l.a>p. m. „
Like wood '4.10 p.m.
Lakewood & Barnetrat 5.C0 p. m.
X T. & Lon? Bramh P.. R .«3i> a. m. SCO a. m.
V T ft Loi.s Brancn R. R 11.30 a.m. ........
N V & Lonir Branch R. R 1 *4. 45 p.m. 74.00 p. m.
N." Y. & Long Brat.eh R. R ' 6:30 p. m. j
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
•••4 "5 M.M *».«>. •I"-'*'. -11.30 A. M . «1 .00. M.»>,
t3.00 *3 40. t4.W. »'4.(¥> t4.30. «5.00. -7.00. +7.30. 19.00.
*t9 25 P M *'- ■'■'■ rn't
Bif.Tl>l«>RF. AM) V.'ASHI>GTO>'.
tB.OO *V\W. -11.30 A M., »1.00. »1.30. *3.40. *8.00;
•7 00 P M. *1-- .5 rodt.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferr>. ?outh Ferry. 113. 281. 434.
800 1.V.4 B'way, 192 .'.th *■»•., OCt fir Aye.. -.•.•; Union 3q.
West. 153 Fast 12* th St . 27." W».^t 125 th St.. 245 Colum
bus \ve New Tork; 4 Court St., 344. aag Fultan St..
Brooklyn: 98 Broadway. WillUmshurjr. - sv * York Tran '»?
Co calls fur and check* Barcn^e 'o destination.
•From Liberty St. only. *Daily. tDiily, except Sunday.
{Sundays only.
84lT f c & OHO RAILROAD,
Leave NEW YOKIC CITY 9omb Kerry. Libert St.
Chicago. Plttfbu-? 'lilvnt. # 12 15 nt.
Chicago. C urn us . ...•ll-34 ( m. *I.W> p. m. r>!n#r.
Pittsburir Cit\e 112. .V1 p. m. |!.oi>p. m- Diner.
pitt^b'irg Cl»vt» tl 23 p. m f 1.30 p. m. Diner.
••ptttsburg Limited". . "CM p. m. *7.0-'» p. ro. Buffs:
Cincinnati. St. L0ui5.... »12 "> .it. *12.15nt
Cincinnati. ?t Louis... '.■"... m. »io.«irt a. m. Diner.
Cincinnati. St. Louis ••» " p. -n. *7.M p. m. Buffet
Norfolk t»2.35p.m. tl.wp. m. Diner.
BOYAIi DLL'E TRAIN-.
Washington. Baito t7.55 a. in. t3.oOa.ra. Buffet
Washicstcn. Balto •». 55 a. m. *10.00 a. in. Diner.
Washington Kd!- > •11.23 a.m. •;!_?■>.. m. Dtaer.
Washlngwn, BaUo •12.56p.rn *l.iX> p. m. Diner.
Washrnctcn. Bait-- t1.25p m. M.3i# p. in. Diner.
"Royal Llralte.l" •3.33 p.m. *3. 44>p.nt. Diner.
Washington. Balto '».» o. m. •*<">?. m. Diner.
Washington. Balto. ••.» p. m- ••[»» p. m- Ml
Washrngfoa. Balto M-lOnt. *£"*"■ ""'■■'
•Daily. tDaily except Sunday. ISunday only.
Offices: 1!3. 2-». 434. 1300 Bi adws 2.1 Union S<ju*ie.
W.. 331 Gran.l Street. S V.. 313 Fulton Street. Brooklyn:
Whttehall Terminal and Liberty Street. Baggage checked
from hotel or residence to destination.
LEKSOH VALLEY.
Fo«t of Wrst -Z ■■'. A : Cortliadt lad .---■•« 3
• I'aiiy. 1 Except ;.:ciUy. j I>.?b ..■>•.. jt. > a. WOkSS>
Darre only. baaii*/ciii2«3: c ~S2. (ti~sV c 7 43. a7.M.
Ma x «.i5.
1 Z7NTy.,A Lt S.Y..U
Buffalo Local. Sleeper on!' .1 -._«>*«
tiatioa Local f« «.» « ••> a ■
aoffi.o& S'.*g*r± Falls Local '•: U a a 'e1.50 a ■
BailJio and tUic:i^» t\pr- ••« •*;> a k: *••*■
JI,AC<C DIJJuO.VD iI±?RZSS 'U 3', %]3tttCov!M
Mauci Chaak auil Haz>tor i.. .. elf.lO .■-....-■
Wiiie*-Cirrean(lSvr»i:wuEipre.a. R.i 54 i* » Uldrx
Easton Local ' . ... 1 *■->> r »>+•■■*) T M
i,j;i-ii;i. lEU T.i'-nn- 1. V*»ttbule EipreM. .. 'JK?* 'xi 10 Pal
EXPxJsmON EXPRBM ' ''. us pm; •- -I'M
I c- ma Hi:!: n*n ac onaodatlouu :S. wi.-j* 1 . 385. ■.*■) mud
I*l Brosdwar i»! .th we., *5 tniun xjmre **e«t. Cv'. unbna
ATe , N. V "W FuUon sv. • Court bi.m Br»»iiir»r «S(J Ft. Kaitoa
s:.. Brsolclja. X. V. Tnuuier Co. vJil c*U for uui ctxc't b»gd»d»-
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leave »w Tor:, foot Barclay and Christopher Slat
TS:UO A. M. — For Bingr.aaat.n and Syracvu*.
• luOOA. M.— For Buffalo. Chicago and St. Lou!».
•1:40 P. M.— For Buffalo and Chicago.
t4"OOP. M— For Scranton and Plymouth— Buffet.
•6-10 P. M. — For Buff ale and Chicago.
•8-45 P. M.— For Utica. Oswego. Itfcaca and B-offajka,
•2:00 A. M.— For Buffalo and Chicago— HVisp
el Ti^?s 9 af"4i»: 11«. 113 Broadway. 32 Lafayette FL. 98
sth Aye 133 W. 125 th St.. 14 Parlc Fl. X. T.. and SZ*
jStoaSu. Brooklyn. 'Dallx. ISsstot Sttafiajr.

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