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THE MARKETS.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
Key-York, November 24. 1902.
jithtt. rKE' 7 sfllUeed, tons 49
Baf— « ;iis!l :LV •• 16; Ci rags seed, bags MO
p«ns. white, bbls.. 727 . Rice, bbls ? 169
pour. bbl« •*« Rice! pkts ' ».710
Hour. ••<*»»• - 4 : I ,'' Raisins (Call, boxes.'." 7 ::kt
p \V. flour, pksjs ... 558 Kruno,, jikgs M 105
orrmfs'-. bbls. 175; Dried fruits, pkga.!!" 18 275
<-v,rnrr.eal. *' ■ . . I/CO, Cotton, bales.. .. " ioil2B
Oat weal. bbls ..... 3.4 52, Cottonseed oil. bbl»..'.' l.'ea»
Whf-at. buf-h l»>,<i.ii Copper, pieces 3 <,■•■>
Corn, bush 8».250 Copper matte, bags... '^30
Oats, bush . ...164.600; Lead, pigs • £5
Uye. bo»B - — 1 3.650 Rosin, bbta 1210
j>; a s<. bosh.*;.". ■<:'.<' Spirits turp. bb18...!! 200
Buckwheat, bush ... 3.000 Tar. bbls 27
Barley, bush 53.500; Hops, bales ' 41,*,
lUJt. •n«h ..... 60.600 Hides, bales TO
Flaxbee.:. bush B4.4Oo~Hldee. hdls ■?;«)
B«f. t** «o, Leather, sides 10.000
Wf^f (canned >. cases. r.2' Moss, bales 140
r?rk. bbls 37s Skins, bales gga
Ham?. rkKS 222 Walnuts, packs 200
bacon, pkps US Almonds, tacks 255
ljolr.e. pKss fC Sugar, bbla 711
Tongue*, tbls 63 Sugar, bag? .'l3
Lard, tierces .- 4.*.Si Molasses, bbls .... ],(?<»8
bard, kegs 6,33* Tee, pkjrc 2 500
Lard, cases s' «) Oilcake, pkgs 1730
Tallow. pkW Iti^iOllineai. l.a«s 600
Grease, pkßs I&7 ; Oil. lub. bbls 251
Butter. Ike* ••»»• Oleo stock, pkgs_.... 210
rr.ef*e, : k^s 1.156 Peanuts, bags. ..._.. 1,228
Efg». ca?es «>.C24 1 Pecans, pktrs LCI
lir**&& rouHrj'. pkgK 4.070 i Tobacco, hhds 630
IJve iltnr. crates. 1. 1 S3 i Tobacco, tes 52s
Oranges, boxes 3,4oo, Tobacco, pkgs 2 Ifls
Apples. bbla 6.330] Whiskey, bbls sort
jMtatoes. bMs "... 7.024, Wool, bales 110
Onions, bbla 2,050 1 Wool, sacks „ .'.75
Cranberries, crate*... 1.100 wine (Cat), pkga 594
Hay. tens 1,63», Lemons <Cal). pkgs... 330
KM, tons 80 Grape* (Can. pkgs 4.500
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Jroi). Kor. No 1 fdv.s24<v> 'Cotton, middling JS 60
iron. So. No 2 soft.. 2150 Coffee. No 7 Rio . m 4m 4
ft**! rail? 2.500 j Sugar, granulated 476
Lake copper ingot.. 11 fO ! Molasses. OK. prim* 3S
Tin 2485 Beet family 16 75
Exchange lead 4 12% Beef ham* 2125
Spelter - 620 Tallow. pr!m« 64
■Wheat. No 2 red... 77%; 1 Pork, mess 13 2.'.
Cora. So 2 mixed... Hoes, dressed. 160 R). Sl4
Oata, V ■■■'-' mixed... SG Lard, prime... 1125
Flour. Mpif. patents 420 |
EXPORTS TO-DAY.
Wheat, t-ush 233. 162 Tar. bbla 2
Corr. b-Jfh — 234 Refined pet. pals. . .1.701. 049
Oat*. bush 150.175< 1 Naphtha, gal* 478.650
Bye. bU5^. *.49» Gasolene, gals 2 000
Ftasseed. bos* 41.003! Cottonseed oil. gals. P2.400
Teas, bush 4 Lubricating; oil. gals 177.550
Beans, bush - „ 4 Pork, bbla 82
Flour, br-ls .... 30.500 Beef, bbls 132
Dour, sacks 17.658 B«ef. tc5...... 23
Feei to 123.000 Baccn. R> r.T".
Bran. Tr> I'^HaniE, Tb •.-. 4->
Grass seed. bags... 79* Lard. to 635, »70
Hay. bale* S4O ; Stearlae. Tb .. 4.000
Alcohol, trals 29,250 ' Grease. t0...~. 2«O.«»iO
Oilcake. 8>... 3.001.500 Butter. n> 12.500
K«in. bM* 200;
EXPORTS LAST WTEK.
Wfcfs' bush 705.235j Spirits turp. gals... 29,790
Corn, bush 65,794 Resin, bbls 2.428
Oats, bush --• 237,41« i Pitch, bbU. 155
Rye, bash 79.252, Tar. bbla 44
Earlfv. bast 44,057 Refitted pet, gals. . . B,sifv7M<
Buckwheat, bush.. S.SSS; Naphtha, gals .. 407.340
Flir**-:. bush 77.74 ft, Benzine, gals 850
Peas, fcufh 5.925; Gasolene, pals. 8.800
Beans, bush .... 7.177 , Cottonseed oil. gel*. «124,9*>5
Hoar, bbls 43.524' Lubricating oil. gals 910,410
Hour. SBck« 8«. 711 Pork, bbta 1.41«
nyt fiour, thin 3 Beef. r-t-ii. 1.17*
Corcrneal, bbls 3.306 Beef, tcs 072
Feed. It. 358.340 Bacon, lb 4,222.675
Oatmeal, pkgs PI O Hams, to 44«,2>H»
Bran. rt> .. . 25.560 La d. Tb 6,208.630
Gr&ti teed. bags... 9,055 Lard oil. gals 14.900
Key. bales 15.190 Stearin*. Th 1-7.300
Hops, de* ... 2.733 Tallow, Tt. ~ 2».20u
Alcohol, gals ..... 29.250 ( Grease. Tb 875.600
Whiskey, gala 14,710 Butter, to — .- 66.200
OflaeaL Tb .. .. 174,760 ' Cheese. It ••1.220
DllcaV^, tt> X,54*.600;
GENERAL. MARKET REPORT.
New-York. November 24. 1902.
COFFEE— lnfluenced by featureless early cables, the.
local ccftte market to-day opened steady but very quiet at
unchanged prlceaj an* . continued qui»t for a time, then
turr.ei firm under a quite geenral buying movement, due
tp covering because of Indications that the primary move
ment mid again be light, and became more active, hut
ttm I portion of th-» rr..Jday gain before the finish, being
then Heady, with prices net 5 points lower to 5 points
higher. The only net chaiige in pr:. reported from the
forfi^n markets for the day whs at Havre, where No
vember closed VI franc higher. Hamburg, after opening
-4 rig higher, closed unchanged. The primary news of.
receipts was quite as low as tied been expected, so far as
Bern! day's movement was concerned. The early specula
tion was dull. European houses were offering moderate
amounts, but there seemed no particular demand until
toward the end of 'he first hour. Then switching opera
tions were resumed on a large scale, and this soon had
the effect of advancing, the late months .'. points. Later
when the cable giving to-day's receipts at the interior
wes received, showing but 15. 667 bags, there was a gen
eral movement to cover among the local shorts and some
buying? for investment account Cinder these purchases
prices were advanced to a level about 5 points higher
than Saturday's close, but toward the finish profit taking
b) those who are operating for fractional profits caused a
reeiticn from the high point. Th* epot market «a«
oui»i It* quotations on the bawls of r. -*c for Rio No 7.
Ton 1 warehouse deliveries in the United States for the
week were 86.308 bags, against 108.784 bags last week
am-1 12» iSO r*s* for the tame week a year ago. or tn«
former amount New-York report* ; 92.003 bags. Santos
receipts for the v.-- were ISI.OOQ bags. as compared
.. ■■■ 31$ 0(i0 bugs last week ani 2G8.000 bags for the same
week a year ago. Rio receipts ggregated 88.000 bags,
Rgalnft 98,000 bags the previous we*k and 12'<. I baps
last ear. Rio shipments to th« United States. 45.ii0i)
bag« for the week; to Euroi*. 23.000 bag*- Santos ship
m-Ets to the United States, 25/iOO bags; to Europe.
13iM>00 bags Bah!a receipts for. the week, 4.2<*) bags:
present stock. T&.'KK* bags. Pahia shipments to Germany
for the week 300 bags: to the rei-t of Europe. fiOO bags.
The range of contract rncs in the local market to-<lay
was as follows:
Eatur-
Openir.g. H^h. Low. Close. day.
November ■ - - - 4.«0©465 4.65
lvec"mt^r 4..V 4.70 4.<1." 4«0©4.65 4.65
Jaanary 4.8') 4.60 4.«) <-75«*-W> J-JJ
Februaxr — — — 4-85©4.90 4.M
M ar r-h ." 5.0 D C.05 5.00 4.«5«g5.«i0 4.H5
" Ar , r - . _ — — 5.0505.10 6.03
MiV 15 F, 2" 515 ■'■ 15&5.20 .VlO
jur". ". ......... '— — — 5.20(85.25 f..2')
JOj y 5M S.SS 530 525«5.30 ".2T)
August 5.40 I 4.. .',.40 5.35e5.40 5.30
P.piember 5.40 r,.45 .'..40 5.4055.45 5.35
Bwober 550 5 5<J .'...V. 5.4505.60 .'. 4-1
ForeWn Coffee Markets. -Rlo— Coffee market quiet; No
7 Rlo 4*423: *-xt-hang". 121-ICd: receipts. IS.OOO bags:
clesiod for the United Piatps. T.OOO bags: cleared for
Europe. 4 Wif> Mjtj: stock. BM.OOO bates Santos — Toffee
me.rk-t flra; good average Santoe. 4s3O>; elpts. 21 000
v^f. stock ■ --T ■-•■ hags Hamburg— Coffee market
opened '4 pfennig hifrhei-; at 2:30 p. in. was net. un
enttged; tales. 22.000 lji«.". Havre -Caff",* market opened
quiet"; November. J « franc higher; other month* un
changed: at 12 m. tinchan^d: at S p. m. barely eteady;
at 5:30 p. m. urichanf d; total sales. 22.000 bags.
Jsnuar;- 35.50 'Ju1y 553!*
February 33.50 August 37.00
Mar-h :;:,7.% BeptembeV 87.25
Apr:'. 36.W0 October ■ m SO
May 58.25 " vember »iS
June ."6. 50 | L'-cemlM-r 85.00
The statistics: position cf Brazilian coffee Is as fol
lows:
To-dRv. Last week. Last month.
New-York deliveries . . 11.881 12.121 8.783
BaU!rr.or« dehver.es .... 1" 78 1,044
Kew-Orleans .3elivc-ries. . :v,^ 427
Total deliveries 11. 749 12.621 W. 837
ICew-York stock ... 2.229.330 .:»714 2.821.071
Baltimore deck 6. "ii 04.836 65 158
Kew-Orleans stock 75.7W 47,618 74.183
Stock -■ all parts. - 2.874.068 2.871.608 2.101.321
Afloat 904.408 235. 318.000
Visible eupnly 2.078.4*5 2.707.888 2.774. ?.2l
Pame time I9>i 2,2.'i1.5i*7 2,25i»,«06 2.880.416
OOTXOX — ?rxrcu!atlon In cotton was resumed this
raornir.g on broadening lines, wuh prices moving rapidly
upward. The market opened firm at an advance of Kill
pc-intw. The advance was Increased to l^Jfll) points for
the day <r. the active positions, this being a. net rise of
tSg.'S points within a little more than a week. To
day's improvement -was largely on decidedly strong
eabl-s. Liverpool reporting an advance of 7SB points.
which accounted chiefiy for the opening gains In the
local market. Later in the session the weather reports
b»c a ra- a factor and buying was Op an enormous
Kale and from all classes of oi^-rators. Europe and th*!
•hcrts were particularly heavy buyers. Contributing to
th» iinprpveirent were ftrontc advices from the spot
markets of the country, the South In general reporting
»• sdrance of l-l€o3-16c and lair' 'activity on th* part
• f exr-irters and spinners, especially the former. Texas
reports th<. lowlands as more or less washed out. with
heavy ra ; ns still falling. Other parts of the cotton belt
reported killing frosts, with the temperature and oondt
'lone generally prevailing through the cotton region ad
werse t'. top crop prospects. At th.- Sam« time the move-
Blent of cotton wfcs or disappointing- proportions, and not
at all in keeping with the larger crop estimates current
• ftw weeks ago. Etill ajiother factor stimulating de
ttur.c was a growing fear that following lately advene
e^niatlc conditions ■:. Bureau report from Washington,
dy IVrember 3, will indicate a low yield, as the data
♦HI include the unfavorable conditions now being re-
Pwt»<l. To:al transaclion? to-day aro estimated at not
lets thai 6'«i.oof> lea, with public demand a large fac-
Hf. «r.d g:\lr.g preference to March. May and July, while
*P<rt hous*? end th» larger shorts bought the near posi
tions very freely. The demand was met chiefly by par
*>•* ■* had bought cotton last week
The rarre of. contract prices 111 the local market to
*»y was as foilows:
Satur-
O!>^i. High. Lew. dose. day.
x ev».mb<- . >> ?.« «.4<5 S.S6 5.41&5.43 K.-.'S
"toercber .. . . 8.3S 8.44 '■*<■ 8.45e546 8.30
Jfcuativ .... 37 8.48 8.36 y Wii*47 8.2»
ftbnury 27 1*.34 6.27 8.3508.37 819
■arch.. ;.» 8.39 8.28 8.3768-38 8.21
■Apnl .. sxl >•.->.'.; 8.21) K..1k6«.3« *2"
«*v <• :.2 8.40 -■> B.SB(tM.SI» 8.22
•!un« ... *30 fi.37 fi.3o fi.3SOS.3» t>22
Ju!y ft ;«2 8.42 X.30 8.38Q8..T9 B.a
■Warn 1.08 8.25 B.o* g.14#6 H 8.02
»poi cotton closed luiet. with quotations 10 points
Juther. on the bas> of 8.60e for middling upland and
'■We for middling Gulf. Sales were 100 bales. Southern
•Pot markets were telegraphed as Callows: New-Orleans
P? s »«" ii.d higher. l-19c advance, at 7 16-16e: sales, 7,000
™le«: Uobili firm. uncharged, at 7*ic; sale*. *«> bales;
"•viiniiah nrm. 3-l«c higher, at 7 15-16 c; rales. 717 bales;
'•■••'>>■ arm. ;«,. higher, at 8c; Wilmington firm,
tnrharjred. at 7*ic Norfolk firm. l-16c hlcher. at BHc;
•»•♦«. 68 bales; Baltimore nominal. He higher, at *',«<■;
<jalveat/jn firm. %c higher, at 6 3-1 6 c; sales. 1.341 balsa;
A^rusta Brra. partial hkc higher, at 8 8-l«««\i.c; sales,
**! Ulei.; Memphis firm. He higher, at 8c; sales. i:..-**)
«**»«. til. Louis f.m.. l-l«c higher, at 7 15-16 c; sales, 171
5* I**1 **- Betimated receipts at New-Orleans for to-morrow,
j«.<Mj> to us, bales compared with 16.273 bales actual
;*•* W *** >n d 25.813 last year; at Houston for to-morrow.
*».OGfi to <«*i bales, against 20.8C2 a week ago and
f.ys a year a€o Galveston looks for ar».O0O to 22.000
•*!«•. compered with 25,774 last week and 21,92« last
• "r.
Receipt, a t »he ports and Interior points to-day, com
vt*4 with the same day last week and last year:
p Last Last Present
rj^ ort * : To-day. week. year. stock.
S«veston 14 916 14.459 18.174 218.470
£**-Orle« B , _~.,.. if. flfrl 1740T 12.051 845,723
}?f, bl«b l« J&o 2.330 1.074 86,378
SS^:::::::::: **» 1.187 2.080 18.H0
felU-::::::::::: 4^ ™ *^
c..::::::::o c ..::::::::- 23 % J-Jg «*««
phuadeipwa ...I:::.: 4 L ! " 'S iv f™
A ' arlOUb • 1.021 780 14.971
T n^, r : Sl^«< »•»» «.T3fl 830,962
*':*':''''• ■ 864 1,808 UK4 57.968
Hi Lou?, * 1337 " -™ 2 414 »24 «9S
Ho., ft r V "" IS em 14.3..(? CS7J.O
: 8.569 18.818 14. .•:•■* 58.7 M
ton' 0t ! 0 >,»5l i an *" 9* **! Liverpool cables: Spot cot
""r;^ rd ?"J, "B tendency; sal«a. 7.0-Xt l.alos; speculation
c«n ir «n m.^ mm * rlOan -, 6 - wl0: Mloooi Amerl
«ea-v 1 £,'i , mid l tl:u ; upland. 4.884. Futures ortned
';■ Points advance-; ** d steady, net 7to 8 points
mSiUi- November. 4.525 4.53 d; November-December. 4.48 \
fry m i" r^ anuary - 4.46©4.47 d; January Febru- ;
Mhv »n i\i i Februar > -M ■■ r.. March-April. April-
A^L't 'L a , y - " n ** M June-July. 4.44-5 4.4.M; July
oSera too'low Manchett "- Yarns quiet and firm; cloths.
F LOT ft AND MBAI^-Business in the flour market
»as conducted along moderately active lines and the
in Z* ? rui d T' rm until near the lr '- <? . "hen a decline i
,%. „. eat . ma / 1 * holderß somewhat less confident. Spring !
patents 94 1099430; winter straights. »r(4.M $3 5.1; win
ter patents. $3 600*3 !f); spring clears. $3 25®*3 4<i; extra i
no 1 ( winter. $3© s3 10; extra No 2 winter. 92 86992 90 !
t.-t>.'i'-'d' *'- I "' r " 1-.1 -'. •-.'" and to arrive ... BUCKWHEAT
FLOLR— steady. Quoted. 923009235. spot and to ar-
MGkiii£'l*?l?J} jOVß 3uitt - Quoted: Fair to good. !
>tr»f J t0:t 0: cholce tr > fancy. 93 45093 55 . CORN
: i; A , L.— Dull. Quoted: Kiln dried, $3 30«93 45, as to j
brand.... -BAG MEAL- Quirt. Quoted: Fine white and
lfl?Z- * 158 ®9168: coarse. 91 24®$i 25 FEED-
Steady. Quoted: Spring: bran. spot. 917260917 50; sacks.
'"an TmP"" n> ' $175 : •Prtn/braa. bulk' 817; spring I
' r \i,o n ld ' 31l $17r<f$22 in 2()0-tb sacks; city feed. 917 50
" nse /A oil rake - 92650; corn oil cake. $24 25; bom
rni7<- *20 .V>@s2l ; oil meal. 926 00©527.
OKAIN— V\ HEAT— Whether yesterday's late decline in
wneat was due to the pressure of a prospective Increase
in Western receipts or assumed selling by the- elevator I
interest at Chicago, the fact remains that conditions In
the last hour appeared to be pretty weak. Especially
at Kansas City were bears successful In pounding the
m ?vT ket • and thelr celling was generally associated with
iii . about the prc'bable quick relief from car famine !
which many believe has been the only reason for recent 1
ghter arrivals at the interior markets, bull gossip about
light stocks notwithstanding. At Minneapolis and Dv - I
luth receipts for the day aggregated fully 1.712 ears, of I
which 1,412 cars arrived at Minneapolis. Altogether the
Interior points had a total of 1.808.000 bushels, compared
with 1.G45.000 bushels a year ago. Bulls made a bard
fight against declining tendencies, and in face of these big :
Northwest receipts held the market above Saturday's ,
closing figures most of the forenoon, being considerably
aided in their efforts by a decrease of 1. 000.000 bushels in j
world's shipments and a reduction of 1,360.000 buahels
In the quantity on passage as compared with last week.
It wan the indication for a big visible supply Increase
that first weakened the bull position and paved the way |
for later heaviness and decline, official figures Justified ■
early estimates by showing 3.639.000 bushels gain for :
the week, and from that time on the whole market was
unusually sensitive to the bearish news at hand. Re
porte of open selling of both December and May by the I
Chicago lull leaders further complicated matters, and
through the late afternoon advocates of higher prices ;
ware not much in evidence. Last prices of the day j
showed He decline from Saturday's 1 o'clock close. An
other disturbing incident to the bull element In the af
ternoon was the light export trade In face of rumors
that good ordera were present in the market at figures
close to those prevailing, foreigners apparently receding
with the price. The latter did very little in the future
market, either, and had weak cables, those from pub- j
lie sources showing only a partial Vidi^»d net advance at I
English points, and from 3 to 55 points net loss at Paris.
The English visible supply Increased flOrt.ooo bushels.
Seaboard flour clearances were 45.200 barrels, and wheat
476,000 bushels. In local stocks there was an Increase
of 179.000 bushels, while contract supply Increased 34.000
bushels for the week. Quotations of cash wheat, fob
afloat oasis, were as follows: No 1 hard Manitoba, 84V»e;
No l Northern Manitoba. 82'ic: No 1 Northern Duluth. |
83Hc; No 2 Northern Duluth, 82c and No 2 red New- ;
York. 77 I<c,1 <c, all prompt: No 2 red elevator. 7s»ic ■
CORN — Prices were higher early In the day on account :
of excessive wet weather, but bears found an opening I
after midday which enabled them to eventually get con- ,
trol of the market, and the close was rather weak at |
%C net decline. Th» late break In wheat, larger re- j
ceipts at Western points and a decline of V*<- in I— .
cember corn at Chicago were dominating factors in the. .
afternoon. Chicago expected 553 carp on Tuesday, and
total interior receipts were 77h,ou«"i bushels, against .".'.•*.■
000 bushels last year, a result, according to bear oper- :
ators, of a gradual Improvement in transportation mat
ters. Cables were from *hA to *i<2 net lower, but world's j
shipments were 853,000 bushels smaller than last week, 1
and the quantity on passage decreased 170,000 bushels. j
Not only wan rain shown in all the Ohio Valley and
Central Mississippi States, but the forecast give no
hope for relief on Tuesday. Speculative trade here was j
active during the day, and In the afternoon considerable
long' corn was put on the market The export trade
consisted of 17 loads at outporta. On cash account 5.000
bushels old No 2 Chicago «nd 20.000 bushels mixed corn
were reported. The. visible supply Increased IS2.<«*>
bushels, and local stocks gained 47.700 bushels for the
week. Nit 2 corn closed 60 He elevator and 88%0 fob
afloat; No 2 white and No 2 yellow. 88c, all fob afloat.
OATS — On account of unfavorable weather the oats |
market was relatively firm throughout the day, a-.." closed j
quite steady. There was no change In the cash market, I
sales being reported at ,000 bushels. The visible sup- ]
ply decreased 514,000 bushels, and local stocks decreased j
; 117.200 bushels; No 2 oats closed 88c; No 3. 35 '/»c; No 2 1
! white, 3.V, No 3 white. 37'j< ; track mixed, nominal;
) track white. 37(§42c. and standard white, 38c
1 RYE-— Market easy; No 2 Western, SSHc, fob afloat;
i State, rye. M(gs4Hic. and No 2. 540-64 Vjc, track
BARLEY — quiet. Feeding whs quoted, 41c. and
malting. (89605, both o i f. Buffalo.'
NEW-YORK PRICES
Fatur- j
Wbeat: Opening. High. Low. Close. day. j
December 81H 815-18 80% *>X >•<"■>
May 603-18 80 7 18 7:* 19% 7"S |
Com:
December 88% 60H 63»* BBf* f>9'-»
January — — — M* "3>
May ' 48 48U 47 s t 47 \ 47 , ■
July — — — «'■*
Oats:
December — — — 97 B<s'i
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat:
December 75H " i 74*4 74 « i 75 '
Slay 76b 76 15-16 71 76V» 7BH
July 7311-18 73% 7.'! 5-15 78% 73'»
Com:
December 84 55*4 53 ! i 63 H 65
May 42% 43'» 42H / 42H *2K
July 41% 42 417-16 41' i 41S
Oats:
December 31 31\ 81 31S 90% j
May 32 32' i 3116-18 82% 81%
Lara:
January $0 86 $9 »> *» 3° $9 42 1 ., $» 30
May .." 672' i 880 72' i 8774 *TO
Rib*: ' \
January 8 124 Mci 8 124 8 124 810
May 798% 7!>2'-j 7 87% 790 785
Fork:
January - 15 70 15 78 15 C 515 674 15 02
May 14 7.'. 14 7.". 14 674 14 70 14 07
Receipts of breadi at interior points in thousands, '■
last three ciphers WOO) omitted. Flour bM.-. Grain bueh..
as follows:
Flour. V.'heat. Corn Oats. Rye. Barley. |
Chicago 21 98 218 245 20 70
Milwaukee 1<? '-'5 - J3 8 88
Minneapolis — 1.207 3 £S 17 f<4 ;
Duluth — 2»VJ — 4 4 43 1
St. Louis 10 175 212 88 — —
Kansas City — !'* 108 22 — —
Toledo — '-'!' ■"•'■• 7 — —
Detroit 3 10 5 '• —
PeorU — 3 INI _M —
Totals 00 I.f^ 77- 508 44 802 |
Shipments from the?" points: '
Chicago 24 184 227 174 1 23
Milwaukee 1 - 1 4 1 11
Minneapolis C 2 77 1 1S» 3 21
Ouluth — 887 — - - 32
St Louis 12 77 52 04 —
Kansas City - — W •'■'.( 18 —
Toledo . , — II •" " 2 —
Detroit 1 1 '■' — —
PeorU — '■ 23 j- —
To'als 100 1.060 404 321 7 67
Ret»ipts at Atlantic ports:
New-York 24 ll*> SJ> IRS 1t M
Boston 8 4« 3 12 — —
lelpbia 17 5 98 8 t 6
lialllmore II; 90 47 .'• 2.'. 5
New-Orleans 1 87 : ." 3 — — i
Galvf£ton ... — 8* 18 ,
Tota m 372 229 211 40 65
Bxports from Atlantic ports.
New-York 33 23.i — 150 R
Boston — v ' —- — — —
Philadelphia 12 _4 2 20 1 - -
New Orleans — !•/•! — — — —
Cialveston — ll*
Totals 45 470 118 170 » —
METALS Tin was wsak again to-day, with the local
market closing at 24. 75024. while London declined 12s
Cd to fll2 17s «d for spot and £112 2s 6d for futures.
..' COPPER — London reported unchanged prices for
copper, the closing quotations being (90 7s 8d for spot
and £r.o 12b «d for futures. The local market presented
a dull, weak appearance. Standard at the close was
quoted at 10.62 V»( nominal, lake at 11.409 11. We. dectro ,
lytlc and casting at [email protected] ... LEAD— This metal
remained quiet at old flguree, with spot at 4 Vic; London
closed at £1" 15s SPELTER— No changes occurred
in spelter in either market to-day, with the local price at
6 20c and London at £19 15a IRON— lron in Glasgow
closed at f>sn and In Idddtosboro at Sis «d. The local
market was quiet and unchanged. Warrants nominal: No
1 foundry Northern Us quoted nt 9250925; No 2 foundry
Northern. No 1 foundry Southern and No 1 foundry South
ern soft. 9228>928
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS — Molasses was firm but
quiet. Syrups were quiet but steady and unchanged. The
National put on the market 125 bbls at 17c, and lie New-
York put out 400 bbls at lHc. Quotations follow: New-
Orleans centrifugal, common, ii'i '.' !.'<• . fair, 14©16 c: good,
17022 c; prime. 23©80 c; New-Orleans, open kettle. 30©38. .
new crop. 28940 c Svnips Common. 125z.14c; fair, l. r >®
17c: good. lt!f92oc; prime. 21923 c; fancy, [email protected]
OCEAN FREIGHTS — for tail tonnage wera
limited, with no improvement noted In rates For steam
ers orders were scarce, »nd with ample tonnage avail
able for prompt and nearby loading", rates wer« un
changed. Quotations to Liverpool and Antwerp. l'.sd;
Glasgow. 14d. nominal; London, Bristol and Lelth. 1 '** • i ;
Hull and Newcastle. 2d; Hamburg. 22 1 ; pfgs; Bremen, !
304-324 pfgs; Rotterdam. 44c; cotton to Liverpool, per
lOti Tli 12-. London oats. Od CHARTERS— Two
British Btean.ere, 2. 24* and 2.(i'.>i> loos, general cargo,
hence to China. Japan and the Philippines, berthed, Jan
uary and February respectively; British steamer, 2.184
tons hemp Manila to Delaware Breakwater, f 0, 41s
3d 'November- December; British steamer. C.510 tons,
sugar Java to Delaware Breakwater, f o. 255: Aus
trian 'steamer (previously). 22.000 qrs grain. Gulf to prin
cipal ports United Kingdom or Continent, 2s berth terms;
option general cargo, December: British steamer. 34.000
quarters grain. New-Orleans to principal ports United
Klncdom or Continent. 2s, berth terms, option part gen
eral cargo December; Spanish steamer. 2,313
tons, general cargo. Gulf to United Kingdom or
Continent Of 6d; option Denmark. 1O». January, British
„. mer 'i 783 tons, cotton. Savannah to Liverpool or
Bremen' at' or about 245. prompt, British steamer. 1.5W
tons nig Iron Middlesboro to Baltimore, 7?. late No
vember- British steamers. 1.937 and 2.533 tons, pig Iron.
Newcastle to Philadelphia, private terms; British steam
ers 2 "47 and 2.85« tons, and Portuguese steamer. 1.097
ton's coal. Newcastle- to Boston, private terms; Norwegian
Earner 1.W40 tons, time charter. 12 months. ftiOO; Nor
wegian steamer, 1.034 tons. Gulf trade. 12 month*. £875;
British bark. 1.774 ton., Grain and flour hence to Aus
tralia, private terms. February; steamer 1.^4 tons, coaL
Norfolk to Porto Rioo. private terms; British bark. 499
ton. lumber. Boston to Wnos Ayres 97 75; Norwegian
shli. 1329 tons (previously), lumber. Ship Island to Rio
Janeiro $11- Brit'ah ship, 2.061 tons (previously), lum
be? Pensacola to Rio Janeiro. $10 50; British schooner,
j M' tons lumber. Brldgewater to Clenfuegos private
terms; schooner. 405 tons lumber. Fernandina to Phila
delphia, private terms; schooner. 421 tons, salt hence to
Savannah. 91: schooner. 973 tons, guano Baltimore to
Charleston 91 25; schooner. 224 tons. coal. Hoboken to
KewburVpoVt: 9150; barge; 1.900 tone coal, Hampton
Roads 1 tc TprovMence. $1 2<5. ten days Wdlng and dis
charging: schooner. 163 tons, coal. Port Johnston to
Porumouth, $IM.^ , carclty cf spot all made the
maykTtflrm again yeaterday. and full prices were hi 1
on irtma wmmer yellow, while holders seemed Inclined
to Increase tbolr limits. Linseed oil, meeting with a
dem«S^portlona" to available auppllea. rulea nrm
attha old prices, though lnstancea are reported where
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBIXE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1902.
advances have been ask. . by outside interests. Refine 1
petroleum, continuing In heavy demand, is still firm at an
advance of 1.) points, making refined New-York in bbls,
fit*). We Quote: Petroleum, bbls. 97 90, and In bulk
$5 85; Philadelphia, bbla, *7 .<>. and In bulk. *."> *•: re
fine-1 caeep. N*-w-York. $0 _■„ rnttonseed oil, prime
crude, fob mills. 28028 11 . prims summer yellow,
3«s:;7c. spot and forward delivery; off summer yellow.
".".•7 •:.'.! - : butter grades nominal; prime white, 33c;
prime winter yellow. (0041 c Unseed oil American seed.
city raw. 4.; 4. . out of town raw, 440-4."ic; t'alcutta
raw. 75 laid oil. hhQitOc.
PROVISIONS— ■ provision market was influenced
eariy in the day by firmness in live hogs and moderate
foreign buying, but in the afternoon turned easier with
grain and under active selling for long account •> tti the
CloM it about lowest point of the day. Receipts at West
ern points were 85.800 Including 35.000 at Chicago, ."i.tmo
at Kansas City and 5,600 at Omaha. Estimates for
Tuesday were 32. 0"i0 PORK— Steady. Quoted: Mess.
SI*SSISSO; family. $ll> r»; short clear. *21©*2
BEEF— Steady. Quoted: Me-- 9100910 50; family. (15 50
0918; packet, 9140910 extra India mess, $266*2"
BEEF HAMS— DuII; quoted 930 500922 DRESSED
HOGS— Steady. Quoted: Bacons. hSc; ISO Ib, si -''. l«u
«■. BHc; 140 rb. 8*»c; piss. :> r.< '-•■ . .CUT MEATS—
Pickled bellies quiet. Quoted: Smoking. 12c. 10 Ib. 11 ie;
12 n. llWc; 14 Ib lie Pickled fchoulders eteaily:
quoted, BUOBVsc Pickled hams dull, quoted, lCIil-Uc
. . TALLOW— Steady. City. 1 . ••■ country. 6"4©«Vjc
LARD— Easy: quoted. 911 25. City lard easy;
quoted, f 10 80®f 10 80 Refined lard easy. Quoted: 8 uth
America, 912; Continent, $11 -lit; Brazil kegs, $13 20.
Compound quiet; quoted. 7Ho7\c. ... STEARINE—
Quiet. Quoted: Oleo, 13c asked; city lard stearlne, 1- f.
iilCE — The market was active and firm. Southern
markets show a good demand at full prices. Quotations
follow: Domestic, ordinary, BHO4c; fall to good 4^(B
6c; prime to choice. 5^05~%c; bead, 6%06Hc: Patna, 5'S)
f> 5 -ic; Japan, foreign. 4 ■'. 16c; do domestic. 4'-r'"»-. Java.
4Ho4^sCj Rangoon, in bond. ~-t'H'-hi-.
SUGAR— Refined sugar was firm hut unchanged De
mand keep* up to an active point Arbuckle Brothers
and Howell are giving seven days' withdrawal privilege
and guaranteeing prices to date, of arrival, but the
American Sugar Refining Company is not granting these
privileges. 'We quote: Cut loaf, crushed and domlnos,
5.36 c; mould A and cubes. sc; XXXX powdered, 4.«0c;
powdered, coarse powdered and fruit powdered, t Nsc:
Eagle confectioners' granulated. He: Eagle coarse and
extra tine grsnulated, 4.85 c: Eagle 2 IT. cartons »nd 2 lr>
bags of fine granulated, 4.05 c; Eagle 5 lb bass of fine
granulated, 4.80 c; Eagle fine and standard granulated,
4.75 c; diamond A, 4.85 c; confectioners' A. I I|l1 ' • No ■•
4.40 c; Nos 2 and 3. 4 60c; No 4. -1 4;"..-; No 5. 1 40c; No 6.
4.35 c; No 7. 4.30 c; No 8 4.25 c: No 9 4.20 c; No 10, 1 15c;
No 11. 4.10 c; No 12. 4.05 c: No '4c: Nos 14 and 15,
3.85 c; No 16, 8.90 c; Eagle powdered. 5.05 c; crystal duml
nos, 7.20 c The local market for raw sugar la very firm,
with prices unchanged, although Importers are Inclined to
ask higher rates. Centrifugal i«> test. Is quoted at
3 13-lCc; muscovado. .»■•.. test. 3 5-1 6 c, and molasses sugai-.
test. 3 l-l«sc. It was again rumored that a sail cargo
Of about 2.000 tons Peruvian sugar had been sold at 10a
basin 06 test. This would equal fully STic, duty paid
basis. The sale, however, was not confirmed The Lon
don beet sugar market was %»d lower for November. at
7s :»Vi. and md lower for December, at 7.> 9d. Cane
was unchanged nt Os 3d for Java and at 8s «<1 for fair
refining.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New York. November 24, 1002.
BEANS AND PEAS— There was little demand to-day
for domestic white beans, and while prices are n^t ma
terially changed, there was rather an easy feeling; Red
Kidney unsettled; holders asked $3 for choice Jots, but it
looks as if that price would be shaded. Foreign beans
aro in light demand at the moment, but the quantity of
stock offering if not large enough to cause serious
pressure to sell, Scotch peas firm. We quote Beans,
marrow, 1803, choice, per bushel, 52 71"., do medium,
1902. choice, $2 35fi$2 374; do pea, 1902. choice, 9285;
do Red Kidney. 1902, choice, $285693; do white kid
ney. U«O2. choice, *2 70S$2 75; do Mack turtli soup,
choice. 9250; do yellow eye 1002 choice, 92 75©52 80
do lima, 1802, California, $3 05©$3 10; imported Italian,
medium. 1002, 92 15'S$2 20; do Austrian, medium, C-'j
$2 10; green peas, Scotch. 1902, bags. $1 70©$l '- .-
BUTTER— The week opens without change In the gen
eral features of the market Supplies of strictly fancy
fresh creamery are not large. -and buyers who want that
class of stock are paving full late prices— say - s gener
ally for quality that i* suitable to best trade. Occasional
lots of very high scoring goods are p!<ic«-'! %©Ho higher,
but th-'-ie nr.- quite exceptional. The undergradea of
fresh creamery are having slow sain, as they coma di
rectly In competition with the June p'.o.ib. best of which
are given the preference to the average run of fr»'sh
creamery. No cluing" In State dairy or In the Western
tacklngs; market remains quiet for most all thesi goods.
We quote: Creamery, extras, per Ib, 28c; ii" firsts, -( .
27Hc; do sacondn. 23025 c; do lower grades, 20022 c; do
held, extras. 24^©26c; do firsts, 'J:h l i's24c: do seconds,
ir-'.:'j.': . State dairy, tube, fancy. Js®2Bc; ■'.'. firsts. 'Z\\t<?i
24Vac; do seconds, 22025 i . do lower graded, ■Xv~<il\>-:
Western Imitation creamery, finest. 2OKfi2lc; do fair to
gixid, 18H©194c; do lower grades, 17018 c; renovated,
extras 21c. do common to prime, 17 ! Sr's?2<>c; Western
factory, June make, fancy. ISHOI9c; ■! ■ fair to prime,
17H018c; d'> current make, finest. IV; do seconds. 17..'
17Ho; do lower grade*. I6ol6Vs< packing stock, 18fl
17 He
— Trading was very slow to-day, but holders
were firm In their 1 lews, and the market was without new
features. There was a fair quantity of fr- - receipts of
small cheese, but the cost in th« country whs high, anil
holders were Indifferent about urging the most desirable
goods at present quotations. Fancy .- • ptember cheese is
held very iirm! 1 . . in most Instances higher tlmn w«> quotn
for the fine« goods. Skims rather quiet and firmly held
for all (trades Cable. sft.s Wo quote: State, full cream,
small, colored or white, September, fane; I3c; do lat«
made, choice 12V4c; do pood to prim* 12H©12Hc; do
common to fair. 10%O12c; <lo larae, colored or white, Sep
tember, fancy. 13c: do late ma<!e. choke, l^'jc; do KO"d
to pi line. '2 : 4.14 .1 ;_■-.■■ common to fair. I0%812c; H< n t
sktms. small. choice, tigil >•«<-: do large, choice, l" . 1
& ie; cart skims, prime. lOOIO^e; di fair ta go<Mi, S\«j
6%c; do common. OSTc.
EGGS— Arrival* are moderate, and the IUPPI> of fancy
freeh continues light; »uch rule firm, un ! the hlgheit
(Trades of r^friKTators ar* steady. Cndfrgrades, U>th
fresh and held, sf.ll more slowly. YV» quote: State. r<-nn
sylvanla and nearby, fancy, selected. 3'^3ri2c; do a\er.iß«
prime. 28©2SHc; do fair 10 gof>d. 244j270; do hell nn<!
mixed. ?1022c: Wester los.i off, 28 He; do at mark,
fai • 28027' . •! average prime, 2S
21fi24c: Kentucky. 21Q24c; Tenneasea 20028 c: d!rtl>-!>. It?
iiluc. refrigerator, fancy, 21c; do Poor to g »v!, U>9£l)Hc;
limed. l» ! ; •'! 20
FRUITS PHBBH Apples in liberal supply and weak
Tears steady. Quinces quiet. Grains In 111-oral vuuply,
but showing wide ran«c In quality and value choice
sell promptly. Cranberries continue active nnd heM with
confidence at full lute prices, oranges aetl and Him,
with tangerines higher «Bd irrape fruit stead* We qiioie;
Appl"s. fancy table Sorts. p«-r bM. 925001 lo Snow.
91«92; do Ben Davis, 91 ,»?Jt2: <lo Splttenberg, $16*3:
do King. 91092 75 do Haldwtn. Jlirt2 25; dv Hubbardson,
$1 25091 7.". do Northern Bpy. 1 13* i! 25; do Greening. Jlfj
S2SO; do Pound Sweet. $14*1;:.. do common. 75c©»l ;
pears. Beurre I3osc. per bbl. *'Jtf*4; do n«?urr»> .'iHlr
geau, ?'-"8*:i do Beurre d'AnJou. 8309250: do Sheldon.
$:&s;{■ 'i • Lawrence, 9150092 do Uouisa Bonn*. *i <*>\i
92; do Klefa 50c©91 50 uulnres, per bbl, $TS*so<>;
grapes. Western New-York, Delaware, per basket. H<?
•j«ic. do Niagara. I<WISc; do Catawba, 10015 . tio Con
cord lOfi I3c do lvUw»r«, per 10 basket • asa, $1 75 1
8225 do Niagara. *1 50091 75; do Catawba, *1 258*1 5»;
do <:oncord. fl'«sl 2."., do Delaware, pai ton. *75fi»bO; do
Niagara, J4iri»f.'iO: do Clinton, 9600965; do Con rd, 9350
*4j; cranberries Cape Cod. per bM. 98098 do pt-r
crate. 916009280; do Jersey, per bbl, *7; do per erato,
fl 2:<iii'i 40 ranges, Bright, per box, |2®s3 23; <U Ku«
set J--1--2 75 tanKTluos. i,er box, - ■ >.'. grape fruit, 1- r
box. 1 09*.
BRUITS— DRIED Prime evaporated apple* continue
weak under free offerings from the Inter! but choice
and fancy grades not in any surplus, «n i jobbing fairly
at rteady prices. Very little doing in sun drlM apples
owing to the limited supply available. Chops firnt. Cores
and skins weak Small fruits scarce California fruit In
good demand at- quoted. We quote: Apples. IDO2. evapo
rated fancy. per IT.. 7©7 1 -i<-; do choice, B08Hc; do prime,
.'.■-■;;'. '- do common, •*■ 1 ■'■'«, do Southern, «un dried,
sliced. 4<4©s'/ic; do quarters, 44j5'/*c; do ■:.,■•■! per
100 It., 92 50®$2 75. do cores and skin?. * 1 -»'•-:?! ..' ■ .
cherries, 20022 c: raspberries. evaporated, L'l'jfl'-Uc;
huckleberries. 17016 c; blackberries, 808Sc; peaches,
California 1-- led 15017 do mpeeli d, ■'■ i©B apricots,
California, Mod park, .t"3llc;. t "3llc; do Roys 6V4©BHc; prunes.
California. L"»@7^c. „
HOPS movement on the local market Is Mill very
light, but the firm tenor of advices from Interlay iwinta
checks an) pressure to sell here, and valuei are barely
maintained. We quote: State, l»02. choice, per H.. 3<>W
87c do good to prime, 33035 c; do common to fair, 2>'(*
32.-. do nn>l. choice 26827 c; <!o common to prime. ZVp
25, Pacific Coakt. I!X>2. choice, 10 ;':l.-: do good to prime.
27&2WC ,l" common to fair, 24®20c; do 1001, choice. ...'»
28i d,'. common to prime. 22(3 24c; State and Pacltic
Coast, older growths, Tiii'j.
POULTRY— ALIVE— Receipts to-dny -included 18 cars
of Western by freight. 1 car of Southwestern by express
and about 1 car of scattering by express. With a X"".i
demand, the market ruled higher on nil weighing stock.
put ks and g*-ese in moderate supply and flrm, especially
ducks. Live pigeons dull. We quote: Spring chickens,
per n. L2< . ■•■!■. 124 . roosters. Sic; turkeys, [email protected];
ducks. Western average, per pall 75© 80 c; do Southern
and Southwestern. 6T.fi 70c; geesi-. Wo-tern. average fl 31
«isl 50; do Southern an.i Southwestern, 91 12©$1 25; live
pigeons. 15020 c DRESSED— Turkeys were in rrui-h
lighter supply than usual the case the Monday preceding
Thanksgiving and holders were very firm In their views,
generally a king 17©lbc for fancy Western and l*lil!V. -■
instances even 30c for fancy nearby. These flßUi'-s *T«
extreme for general buflneßs, though occasionally paid,
more particularly by out of town dealer*, who wera com
pelled to secure their goods to-day. There were plenty or
buyers at 17c for fancy Western and I6®l6H' for good
lines of working stock While the general tradii was
moderate, most of the iinest goods were, worked out, and
the market 1» closing In tlrm position Chickens and
fowls only moderately active, but held about steady for
prime stock. Ducks very scarce and firm Prime geese
selling fairly. Squabs nominally unchanged. We quote;
I>ry packed — Turkeys, Jersey and uprlver, fancy, IBS'
Ilk-- do fair to good, 15017 c; do Delaware nnd
Maryland. fancy, 18019 c: do fnlr to good. 158
lev do State and Pennsylvania, fancy. IS^j
do Ohio an.i Michigan, fancy. 18c; do fair to good, 150
17- other Western, fancy. 17018 c; do good to prime, 15
01tic do common to fair, 12014' . chickens. State and
Pennsylvania, broilers, fancy. l&;f(20c: do roasting, fancy.
161 do fair to good. I.H&ISc; do Ohio and Michigan,
scalded fancy, Hxl.V. other Western fancy, 14c; do,
fair to good. 12013 c; fouls. Ohio and Michigan. Fcalded,
fancy. !3013Vsc; other Western scalded, fancy. 12V&013C;
do dry picked, fancy, 18018Vsc; do Western, fair to good.
11012 ducks, Maryland and other nearby, fancy. I7'^i
ISc; do Ohio and Michigan, fancy. 17018 c; other West
ern, fancy. 17c: do fair to good. 14<Slrtc; geese, Maryland
and other nearby, fancy, 14015 c; do Western, fancy. 12
018 c.. .ICED Spring turkeys, Western, dry picked,
fancy selected. 17c; do average beat, lti'iilri'ic; do West
ern scalded, fancy selected, 17c; do average best, 160
ISHc: do fair to good. 14015 c: do common to fair. \2'<r
18c;; turkeys, old, 14015 c; spring chickens, Philadelphia,
broilers 2153-..: di roasters, ISc; do mixed sizes, 15®
17c: do Pennsylvania, broilers, fancy, 18020 c: do fancy
roasting, ltic . do mixed ataes, 14015 c; do poor. 12® 13c;
do Western, dry picked, average best, 14.-. do Michigan,
scalded, fancy. 14016 c; other Western, scalded, average
best, 14c; do Southern and Southwestern, average best,
13®13Hc; do ordinary. 11012Hc; fowls, Western, dry
picked, average best, l:; . do scalded, 12%013c do
Southwestern. 12'/[email protected]: do Western, ordinary. 11 ■'- .
old cocks. 9V^olOc; spring ducks. Western, fancy. I*'" 1 ®
17. do fair to good. 18015 c; spring geese. Western. 11
®13c: squabs, prime. Urge, white, per dozen. J;7r,.:f.;,
Jo mixed, 92 25092 50; do dark. *2.
GAME — Fresh game birds In moderate supply, but with
continued unfavorable weather nearly all lots arc more or
less out of order and selling slowly. Rabbits very dull
We quote: Quail, per dozen. $2 50®?3: partridges, fresh,
per pair. 912509175; do frozen, 912509150; grouse,
fresh. $2 50*512 75: woodcock, *ljitl 40; English snipe, pel
dozen. $2012 50; plover, golden. *2 75iti$3: do grass. 91 50
898: wild ducks, canvas, per pair, ([email protected]; do red head.
tl .".(''s*2 do ruddy. 9125091^: do mallard. 75c091; do
teal. 40<?«5c: rabbits, per pair. 2«vj2r.c.
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— Irish potatoes in
liberal supply and he'd steady when choice, but poor
stock dull and weak. Sweet potatoes selling fairly. cab
bages In large accumulation and weak. Cucumbers
steady. Celery dull. Very little cauliflower received to
day. Eggplants slow. Lettuce In good demand .when
fancy, but poor stock dull and low. Onions firm for
fancy, but few such and undergrades Drove slowly. Peas
scarce. String beans in liberal supply, but meeting a
good outlet at steady prices. Tomatoes in good demand
when choice. Other vegetables range about as quoted.
We quote: Potatoes. Long Island, per bbl. *2t?*2 12;
do Jersey, $1 75QJ2; do State. Pennsylvania and Michi
gan, per l? 0 lb. SI 756*2; do other Western. 91500
*1 87; do German and Belgium, per sack, Jl 753*1 85:
do Maine, per sack, |175<35187H; Southern, second
crop, per bbl. $1 75, sweets, Jersey, per bbl. $2Q$3.
do Souther i. *1 753*2; onions. Connecticut white, per
bbl, *2 60C*5; do yellow. *2{r»2 50: do red. *1 .VX»*2:
do Orange County white, per bag, $10*2 50; do. yellow,
fl 756*2 25; do red, *1 506*1 «7; do Western yellow.
per bag, Jltfs2 25; do red. il .WSI 75; do I.on« Island
and Jersey yellow. per bhl. *22*2 25; do red. #1 30®*l 7.">;
(Jo small white pickle, per bU, f33W; bru«i»els gprouts,
per quart, 4310 c :' beets, per bbl. 75cCT$l; carrots, per
bbl. SI; cabbages, per ton. *3©so: do per 100 91®*^;
cucumbers. Florida per backet. 9150512 60: do. Boeton.
per dozen, 76c0£1; celery, per dozen, 6336 c; caull
flowers, per bbl. ">Oc'ssl 7.".; chicory, per bbl. MM:
escarol. per bbi V~at*: eggplants, "per box. |10tfT5:
!<a>, per bM. •J.'.'S .itX: ; lina beans, per bag. 11092:
lettuce. Neti-Orleans. per btl. $3Qs">: do Boston, per
dozen, r.ti'oTO< ;: do .Norfolk per basket. $IQsl 50; do
Lots Island. $lfsi 7r»: do Flonda. |I©|S2s; mushrooms,
Per th. .'.",. 1 ::... okra, %•■ r carrier, $1 25Jt$2; peas. r>er
basket. HO9! peppers. Jersey, per bbl. Tac^fl 25;
do Florlil.i. per carrier. $1 2."«f*l 75; pumpkins, per
1 1.1. (»i-i ;:..-; parsnips j..-r I i.l. $125: romalne. New
<">rUiins. per bhl ?S»/'*."i ; rndtshe*. Norfolk, per basket.
•£'fi:,{>-; do hothouse ~ ;-er I'm Wgfinc; spinach, per bbl.
"■" I*l -J.".; string beans Virginia, per bHFket. Wc^Jl 25;
no Charleston. .V»r(34l 50; !o Florida. [email protected]$2: squash,
per hbl, 7.V7*!; turnips. Russia, i>er bbl. o<>fSoc: do
whitf. J'-a^i 2.".; tomatoes. Florida, per carrier, *1 [email protected]
S3: d.i California per box. ?2 50<g$3; do hothouse, per
Tl.. ■S-^iiiic.
HAY ANT. STRAW— HAY — The week opens at strong,
fuil prices, and trade was quite as active as might be
expected, with the extra, hauling of goods that will attend
the imsv daj of holiday preparation. Strictly prrme hay
Is marker! at $1. spot or near arrival. We quote: Prime,
large balps. p^r 100 tb. [email protected]£1: No I. WVfil)2 l ie: No '£.
[email protected]: No 3. «2^ 15 6.V ; i.regular lots. 15055 c: clover
mixed. Trim*. 65©tJ7Hc: clover, sound, clear. « 9«Sc.
STRAW Demand fair «t last week's easy prices. We
nuote 65050 c for useful to best long rye. Receipts of hay
and straw, in tons, reported at the Produce Exchnnsr* at
noon lav: Hudson River Railroad. MO; Erie Railroad
500: Pennsylvania Railroad. 10; Delaware. Lackawanna
ami Western Railroad, 10: Weal Shore Railroad, 70; Le
1 ich Valley Railroad. 80; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad,
20; Central Railroad of New-Jersey, 70; river br.rg*R. 190;
canalboatt 180: total, 1.338 tons. Receipts of straw. 4O
tons by river and 60 tons by rail.
NAVAL STORES.
The market for .spirits turpentine was steady, but quiet
and unchanged Rosin was firmly held at full, but un
changed prices. Tar was selling in a Jobbing way at
former prices, and th? tone of the market was steady.
We quote:
TURPENTINE— Spirits, oil and machine bbls. 53965% C
TAR— Pine bbls $2 2.".; oil bbls. $4 40.
ROSlN— Common to good strained. $1 75-ssl 77' i. D.
•ISO; F, |1 85 F $I!XV G M 05; H. ?2 10; I. $2 400
92 50; K. $3; M. |3 50 S $3 00; W G. $4 20. and W W,
$4 50.
STOCKS ON HAND.
Rosin bbls 27.637
Spirits turpentine bbls 2.481
Tar. bbls 775
Wilmington, Nov. 24— Spirit? turpentine firm. TiOHc;
receipts, 40 casks. Ro*!n firm. $1 25351 30; receipts. 4S>l
bbls. Crude turpentine firm. $1 75098; receipts. 77 bbls.
Tar firm. $1 50; receipts. 205 bbls.
Charleston. Nov. 24. — Turpentine and rosin unchanged.
Savannah. Nov. 24. — Turpentine firm. 50%e; receipts,
1.416 sale*. 638 bbla; exports, llri bbls. Rosin firm; re
ceip's. 3.502; exports, 2,8f13. Quote: A. B. C. D. I187H;
E. 4 142';: F (147H; G. $1.'.7U: H. $1SO; I. 9X05: K.
$2 66; M. $3; N. 53 50; W G. «3 75: W W. *3 15.
London, Nov. 24. — Turpentine — Spirits. 3?s 74d. Rosin
— American strained, .is. fine. Os M.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
New- York. November 24. 1902.
WEEKLY RECEIPTS.
Beeves'. Cows. Calves. Sheep. Hogs.
Jersey City 3.184 — 728 21.535 8.120
Sixtl«th-Bt. 2.002 ** 3.7«0 1£>.230 13
Fortieth-st — — — — 15.357
West Shore R. R 3.000 62 — ."SO —
Lehlgh Valley R. R... 2.083 — — — 3.277
Baltimore * Ohio R. R. 110 — • — — —
Scattering . .-W — 41 184 —
Totals 11.058 14S 4.529 41.529 31,007
Totals in" week . 11.141 ISa 4.629 46,36« 25,270
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
Lira Live Qrs. of
cattle, sheep, beef.
Morris Beef Co.. Ss Cymric — — l.« 40
Morris Beef rv.., Hy. Oceanic — — 2.150
Morris Beef Co., s* Fhlladelphian. . l 0 — —
.Swift Reef Co., Sa. Oceanic . — — 2.150
Swift K-rt Co.. Ss. Phlladelphlan.... 271 1 2«4 2.300
J. Shanihore & Son. Ss Omric 350 — —
Schwarj*chlld .>. Sulsberger, Sa.
Philadelphia!! — — 1.2f0
Schwarzschlld . ,v Pulzbcrger. Sp.
Cymric 350 — —
Schwarzschtld £• Sulzberger, Sa.
Minneapolis ... — — 1 20r>
G 11. Hp.mtnond & Co.. Ps Phllalel
nhian — — 2.000
Cudahv Pa king Co.; Ss. Cymric — — <> ' "
Miscellaneous. Ss Pretoria 71 • ISO —
Miscellaneous, Ss. Korona . — 7o —
D G. 1 ulver, Ss. Antllia « —
Total exports 1,230 1.4*4 13.720
Total exports last week 8.018 3 .V* 15.850
Boston fxportu this week 2.073 2.843 «s.an>
Baltlmorq exports this week 890 1.374 —
Portland exports this week . ... 1.160
Montreal exp.rts this week 3.771 1.777 —
To Lor,<lon ! -••'> 1.148 8.600
To Wverpooj f>.24!> ".>'K'l 13,220
To Glasgow 827 — —
To Bristol . ..: 250 881
To Manchester 421 — —
To thamptoi — — 1.200
To Bermuda and Weal Indies TB 220
Totals to all ports . * 888 7.47S 20.021)
Totali to all ports last reek 11.125 10,662 21.734
QUOTATIONS FOR BEEVES.
Good to choice native steers. : *■*• W>3sS 00
Medium to fair nativ« steers ...... 4 "Oil 5 4')
Poor to o-dlnary native steorf 8 759 4 4ft
Oxen and stan ......... 2 004 4 ''■
Hulls and <lr>- cows 1 25« 4 (»»
Good to choice native ateera one year ago . . B4OCJ 588
BEEVES -Rece|pt« for two days were 223 cars, or 4.117
head. Including 37 cars for export alive, 128 for slaught
erers atnl 60 tor the market making with the stale, cattle,
»!!• rar« on sale, of which 60 at Jersey city and 19 at
Sixtieth- »t. yards. Steers opened weak and prices fell off
lOfflSc on nVilium to good . idea, which constituted the
bulk nf the supply; the v#ry common cattle allowed but
little change from •»>! Friday; bulls ware rated firm to
15c higher ; cows were • ■'' and selling in many cases
fully l(K lower: 8 cars cf steers were carried over. Poor
to prlmo native st^««ra sold at $3 TS4MS i*> per It") rr. .
Westerns at 13 !>.VaJ4: oxen nnd flags at 93 35354 75;
bulls ul *- 4<"us.T tin. rows it $12511*3 35; fat heifers at
Jl -v% »■ . ■» •■:» at $3 10 Draaaad baal In moderate do
infind at "Vi/lle f«r ordlnßry to choice native sides, a.
llttl» extra beef sold at ll v jc. Texaa beef at sS'37c
To-day's Llverjwol and London cables quoted live cattle
at l- ! IV 1 per IT', dressed weight; sheep steady at 11 ?P
ISc: lambs at I* dressed weight. No shipments of live
Stock or fresh meal from this port to-day. To-morrow
tho Cevlo will be laden with *><• cattle and 1.515 sheep
for J. Shamberg & Son, 4t» 1 5 cattle for Bchwaraachlld *
Sulzberger and 4.110 quarters of beef «f-stlmated) for other
*hlpp<-rs.
HcPheraon A Co.: IS Kentucky steers, 1279 Th average,
at *5 fiO per 100 tb; IS to 1322 tb. .it 98 30; 18 do, 1208 tb.
at 95 29 18 do 1223 tb. at $5; 23 do. ii9S Ib, at $4 55; 30
Ohli4 do. J2«2 lb, ut $5 1". 1^ do, 1228 tb. at $4 00: 19 do.
1237 Ib at *4 B0 80 da 1240 Ib. at $4 70: 3 stags, 1217 T>.
at $4 7.'. 1 bull, 1000 Ib, at 98-40; 2 do. NV> tb. at $3 25: 1
cow. &20 lb. at 60; 1 do, "'*< Ib. at $2 25: 2 do. 525 Ib,
at 92 8 do MO tb, at $1 50 13 do. 789 Ib at $1 35; 8 do.
MX', to. at tl 30.
Kama Commission Company: 1" Kentucky steers. 1449
lb. at 1560; 18 do. 1209 to. at $5 10: 17 do, 1200 Ib. at
94 75 L" do 1-i>7 Ib. at $4 60; 20 do. 1170 th, at $4 50; 19
do 1155 tb, at $4 '." 8 do. 1083 Ib, at $4 15; 21 Westerns.
968 IT., nt 93 80; 1 hull. 14fiO lb, at $3 40
s Sanders: 10 Ohio teen 1288 Ib. at $5 80; in Ken
tucky ■■ 1157 tb. at $5 30: 20 Virginia do, 1204 It), at
$.". <»5; -'< We.it Virginia do. 1240 Ib. at 9480; 19 do, 131!)
IT), at -i 78 1 bull. 1080 to. at $885: 4 do. 557 rb, at $3;
4 heifers. 1157 Ib, at 93; 9 cows. 804 tb. at $2 45; 4 do,
M 2 to. at $1 10
.1 Shamberg & Son: I<l Ohio steers. 13i»5 Tb. at $5 40;
10 do 1296 Ib at 9530; 10 Virginia do. 127* IT, at $3 20;
10 do. 1213 lb. Nt $» 60.
Newton ■■ Co.: 17 Kentucky steers. 12*2 tb. at $3 03;
21 do 1200 Ib. at $.■:>'. 21 do, 1163 lb. at 05; 90 do.
1263 IT. at $.': !•'■ do 1250 IT), at $4 80: 1 do. 770 to. at
$.'■.:;. IS Pennsylvania do, 1155 tb. at $4 75; 13 Virginia
do. MM rt>. at *». 1 ox, i-4<> to. at $3 35; 1 cow. v**>
•■. x.
Sherman * Culver: 41 Indiana, steer*. 1285 tb. at $4 »1.
20 do 1222 tb at -» 1", 20 Ohio do. 1345 lb. at $4 iK); 1»
Kentucky do,; 1134 lb. at $» 55; 8 Westerns. 1» tb. at
A 11 Epi stein: S3 Kentucky steers. 1314 tb. at $5 25.
Tobln & Shannon: 8 oxen. 1233 tb. at $3 40. 1 bull,
7so ib, at 93 26; 0 cows. 816 Ib, at $2 lo; 11 do, 734 Tb, at
ll' 11. Hollls: -' bulls. 1000 lb. at $3 30; 7 do. 774 Tb.
at $385: 3 do, >17 Ib, at $3 2.'.; 4 do, 755 tb. at $3 Jo.
Ido ■ ■>> Ib at 93: 3 do. OU3 rh. at $2 80; 2 do. 510 IT).
at $8 25- 3 eowa "»•«> It, at $3 25; 1 do. two Tb. at $2 9«>;
r> d • '.>4i; Ib at 92; 18 do. M 3 rb. at $1 50; 8 .1", 810 tb.
,• $1 75; 21 do, 728 n.. at $1 88
.1 11 Hume & wo.: 8 bulls. 1101 rb. at 93 «0; 2* So,
Mi n at 93 36; 4 ilr 848 rb. at $3 20: 14 do. 730 tb. at
$3- " do 523 Iti at 92 40; 2 cows. £30 tb. at $3 23; 3 do,
»7 IT. at 93 10; 1 do. 870 Ib, at 93; 1 do. «5O lb. at $2 25;
4 do 820 Ib, at 92 10; 1 do 530 tb. at $1 40; 20 do. 775
lb. at $1 35; 2 do, 883 IT,, at $1 23.
.1 G Curtis * Son: 8 hulls. I»S2 tb. at $3 40; 4 do.
TV- to at ■■■■■: 25: 5 do. 882 Ib, at 8385; 4 d,>. s*l tb. at
$2 Vi- 3 heifers 787 Ib, at 9285; 1 do, RSO tb. at $2 60;
1 dn 600 Ib at J2 25; 22 cows. 0«> Ib, at $3 25; 12 do.
MS Ib at $2 7. It do, '.too IT.. at »2 20; 12 do. 881 Ib. at
$l7ti:'l2 do. 832 Ib. .11 9150; >> do. 787 Ib. at $140; is
do 7R7 Ib at $1 35
.'iclllff.- Wright & Co.: 7 bulls. «14 Tb. at $3 40; 4 dr..
ns to Rt $3 25: 7 COWS, 783 Ib, at $3 25; 17 do, 83« Ib,
at $3 i.V :<-lo 703 Ib. at 98; 13 do, -M tb. at $2 75. I do.
In.vi lb. 'ht $2 •.'.. 11 do. 815 lb. at $2: do. 941 Ib. at
$1 45: 4."> do 783 to. at $1 4'».
i,,lin Ducey: 1 bull, 810 tb. at $3 20; l do. 750 Ib. at
«•>. 1 do 580 to. at 92 73; 4 cows. «35 n.. at $2 40. 4 do.
s-,7 IT. at $1 70- 12 do. 833 tb. at $1 4.'>; 6 do. »10 Ib. at
$1 00" 7 do Mil lb. at $1 50; 12 do, 833 Ib. at $1 43.
loh'n P "Nelson; 4 stocker*. 720 Tb. at $3 10; 11 bulls.
723 Ib at 93 10: 12 rows, mo Tb. at $2 3.V
Andrew Mullen: 3 bulls. 788 to. at $3 15: 1 do. «3O
Ib Ht 9200 8 cowa, SIS! tb. at $2 85; 3 do, 840 Ib. at $2;
U» do 7*5 tb at 91 tui; 4 do. 785 Th, at $1 45.
S i,,,i,i , v ... 1 bull, . r .iK> it., at $3; 1 cow. 6SO tb. at
$2 23 :t do 817 tb, at $140.
CALVES— -Receipts for two days were 1.389 head. In
cluding 24"l for butchers and 1,148 for the market, mak-
Ing, with the stale calves, 1.197 on sale. Demand was
moderately active for all aorta of calves, and prices firm
to '."'• higher The pens were fully cleared. Common to
choice veals sold at $.'•©*» 25 per 100 Ib; little calves at
$465450; grassers nt 92 75(8*3 25; Western calves at
$"'7S-t»s4 City dressed veals Him at 10Hffll3^c per Ib;
country dreased steady at 10012 c; dressed graspers at
s®«c
Sales nt Sixtieth st — H. 11. Hollls: 51 veals. 142 TT>
average at 98 25 per 100 lb; 32 do. 125 lb. at $»; 2 do.
13." tb, at 98: 7 do, 117 lb. at *7 s(>: 7 do. 123 Tb. at $«; 7
fed calves, Sin) Ib. at $4 50; « mixed calves. 117 tb. at 99;
40 do 228 Ib, at $3 50: 89 grassers. 200 lb, at $3 25; 16 do.
231 It), at 93; l'l do, 283 n>, at $2 75.
J. H. Hume- & Pro.: 16 veals. 198 lb. tat $9: ft do. 113
tb. at $3 73; 2 do. 105 Th. at $8. 3 do. 100 IT., at $5; 2 fed
calves 216 tb. at $4 00; 2 do, 383 Ib. at $4. «» mixed
calves. -'."1 It at $3 50; 52 grassers. 225 Tb, at $3 25; 39
do, 187 IT., at $::.
John P. Nelson: 3 veals. 143 Tb. at $9; 1 do. 2"O rb. at
$5; 3 fed calves, 253 tb. at $4 30; 17 grassers. 213 tb at
$3 25; 224 Westerns. 253 IT., at $4; 3 yearlings, 427 lb.
at $::
Jelllffe Wright & Co.: 45 Teals. 13.1 Tb. at $9; 4 do.
123 tb. at $S 50; 12 do. 108 Th. at $0: 3 do 140 Tb. at $.V
4 do, 100 Ib, at $7; 4 do, S3 Th. at $4 50; 2 fed calves. 242
tb. at $::.-.(•. 48 grasaers. 2')7 lb. at $3.
J. O. Curtis .v Son: IS veals. 12!» tb. at $9; 17 do. 130
ft at |B 25; 2 do, 108 lb. at $0 ■"•" 2 do, 170 Tb at $r. 3
do. 160 th at $4.
Andrew Mullen: 17 veals, 128 IT., at $9: 5 do. 110 tb. at
$•;. 37 graasera. 209 rb at 99
Geo. * L. S. DUlenback: 23 veals. 153 tb. at $0 25- 5 do
144 Tb. at $9: 3 do, 127 !b. at $«. . .
Sales at Jersey City — S. Judd •• Co. : 25 veals 161 Ib
average, at {'■> per 110 Tb; 16 do. 132 tb. at *0; 33 do 113
Tb. at S8 50; 3 do. 128 IT., at $8 25: 4 do. 113 Ib. at $6 50
3 do, 250 Ib. at $3; 7 do. 120 Ib. at $4 50.
Tobin & Shannon: 17 veals. 138 Th. at $)>• 12 do K> to
at $6 BO; 8 do. 71 tb. at $4 50; 49 Western calves. 347 Tb"
at $2 75.
P. Sunders: 20 veals. 141) Ib. at $9; 6 do. 125 Tb. at $8 75
3 do. 13fl Tb. at $3 50. 2 do. 105 tb. at $7: 3 fed calves 317
Ib, at 98 25. .
Harrington & Co. : 3 veals. 160 tb. at $9.
SHEEP AND LAMBS— Receipt* for two d«i>s wer»
71 1 -! cars or 14,360 head, including 10 cars for export
alive. JO'-j for slaughterers and 42 for the market, of
which 82 at- Jersey City and 10 at Slxfleth-et. Sheep
were selling fairly well and prices were steady to strong
with ton grades «howlng considerable firmness; lambs
were active, and good stock wanted at an advance esti
mated all the way from 10c to 2Tc. The pens were cleared
with th« exception of 2 ears of sheep. Common to choice
sheep Mild at »2 i's®<3 73 per 100 Ib; tor* at $4 and 11 few
selected wethers for errort at $4 25: mils at 93: ordinary
to prime lambs at $3** l: shout ZM, cars choice at
$ai2H<r*aiß: culls at $4©*4 25. No Canada lambs of- 1
fered. Dressed mutton steady at SH««Hc. with wethers
gelling at 7c; dressed lambs firm mt 7»~.fr9He.
Sales. — Kerns Commission Co.: 200 State lambs, 79 n>
UailroaOs.
DEIMLVANIA
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET
AND DESBROSSES AND CORTLANDT STREETS.
u-7The leHviDK tlni«* from Ue»bro»es mid
' ortrandt Streets In live minutes later than
»hut given below fur Twenty-thtnl Street
Mation, except where olhrrwlse noted.
«-5& A. 31. FAST MAlL.— Limited to two Buffet Parlor
Oars New York to Plttsburg Bleeping Car Pittsburg to I
t'hieago. No coaches to Plttsborg
S.S."! A. M. FAST LINE. — Pittiburg and Cleveland.
».."»."» A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Com- I
partment Sleepir.i,-. Dining. Smoking, and Observation !
Cars. Kor Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati. Ind- I
lanapolis. Louisville. St. Louis.
1.85 F. M. THE PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL—UO
lionr train to Chtcniro. Pullman Observation. .
Drawing-room, bleeping. Dining, and Buffet Smoking I
Car.
1.3.-» P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.— !
For Toledo, Nashville (via Cincinnati and Louisville).
Indianapolis. Chicago. St. Lnuis. Dining Car.
5.5.1 P. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.- For Pittsburir. Cin
cinnati. Indianapolis. Loulsvilie. St Louis. l>inlns Car. j
For Welch, W. Va. <vla Shenandoah Valley Route).
5.55 H. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. — For Cbloaso. For
Toledo, except. Saturday Dining Car.
7.55 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.— For PitUburg and
Chicago. For Knoxyille. dally, via Shenandoah Valley
Route. Connects for Cleveland except Saturday.
5.25 P. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EX
PRESS.—For Pittsburir. Cleveland and Cincinnati.
WASHINGTON IM) THE SOUTH.
7.56. 8.25, 9.25 (Dining Car). 10.10 (Desbrosses and Cort
landt Streets. 10.2U) (Dining Car). 10.55 1 Dining Car)
a. m.. 12.60 (Dining Car). 2-10 (Derbrosses and Cortlanilt
Streets. 2.30) (3.25 "Congressional 1.im.." all Parlor and
Dining Cars). 3.25 (Dining Car*. 4 2. > (Dining Car). 4 •>.">
(Dining Car). 9.25 p. rr... 12.10 night. Sunday, ft. 35,
» 25 (Dining Car. 10.35 (Dining Car) a. m.. 12.55 (Din
ing Car). (325 • "Congressional Urn." all Parlor and
Dlninsr Cars). 3.25 (Dining Car). 4.25 (Dining Car). 4.53
(Dining Car). 9.25 p. m., 12.10 night. ._ .«
SOUTHERN RAlLWAY.— Express. 3.25. 4.25 p. m.. 12 10
night dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Express. Mi a. m. 9.25
p. m. daily.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.— "FIorida and Metro
politan Limited, 11 1253 p. in. daily. Express. 12.10
night daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
and New-Orleans 3.2% p. m. flatly.
CHESAPEAKE & 'OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.SS a. OS. week
days. 12..V. and 4.5." p. m. dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.63 a. m.
week-days and 8.55 p. m. dally. "
ATLANTI'' C1TY.— 9.53 a. m. and 2.55 p. m week-days.
Sundays. 7.53 a. m. Through Vestlbuled Trains. Bufret
Parlor Cars and Standard Ooaehes on week-days. Par
lor Smoking Car. Parlor Cars. Dining Car. and Standard
Coaches on Sundays.
CAPE MAY.— 12.55 p. m. week-days.
For points on New York and Long Branch Railroad (from
West Twenty-third Street Station). 8.55 a. m . 12.10.
8 23. 4.10 and 480 P m. week-days. Sundays, 9.25
a. m.. 4.55 p m. 'From Desbrosses and Cortlandt
Streets). 9.00 a m. 12.20. 3.40. 420 and 5.10 p. m.
week-days. Sunday*, fl 4" a. m.. 515 p. m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. '
6.10 (Desbrosse? and >"ortl«ndt Streets, 20>. 7 25. 7.55.
8.25. 58. 9.25 (Dlnlns Can. (?».K5 Penna .Limited).
10.10 (Pf.«hrr>#.BM. and Cmtlandt Streets. 10.20) (Dlmrg
Car), 10 53 (Dining Carl. 11.55. a. m.. 12.55 <DJnlnsj
can. 1.55 fDlninr Car), 2.10 (Desbrosses »nd Cortlandt
Streets. 2.20). 255 3.23 (Dining Car). 3.55. 4.25. 4.25
(Dining Car). ' 4.55 (Dining Car). 5.55 (Dining Car). 7.55
0 25. 8". 55. 0.25 p. m. 12.10 night. Sundays. « 10. ..55
(no coaches). 8.25. 8.55. 9.25 (Dining Car). 9.35 (Lim
ited). 9.5?. 10.55 (Dining Car* a. m.. 12.65 (Dining Car).
1.55 (Dining Car). 3.25 (Dining Car*. 3.55. 4.25 (Dining
Cur). 4.55 (Dining Car). 555 (Dining Car). 7.55. 8.25.
aSS, 9.25 p. m.. 12.10 right.
Ticket offices x « 461. 1354. 11l an 1 2fll Broadway. 182
Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.), 263 Fifth Avenue (corner
29th 9t.). 1 Astor House; West Twenty-third Street
Station, and stations foot of Desbrosses and Cortlandt
Streets; 4 Court Street. S<so Fulton Street. 9S Broadway
and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brooklyn: Station
Jersey City, j The >.<•»• York Transfer Company will
call for and check baggage from hotels and residences
through to destination.
Telephone "914 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsylvania Rail
road Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCH INSOHT. J. R. WOOD.
Oeneral Manager. G*«'l Passenger Agent.
/jnancial.
Haight & Freese
Entahllafaed ft ft Main Ofllce>.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN. GOTTON
We will be pleased 'o send you upon request our 400
page cloth bound illustrated "Guide to laveaton,"
ateo Stork and Cotton Market Lrttera. Isaued
gratis, malted free.
average, at f<\ par M 0 to; 103 do. 70 to. at $3 90: 190
Pennsylvania do. 71 It,, at $6: 2tt Kentucky do. 92 tb. at
$.'. 7.'. 10 State cull*. SO to. at ft. 50 Kentucky Bheep.
(export), 12*5 to. at (4 25; ISO do. 102 ». at S3 874; 14«
do, li») to. at W3T 1*:1 *: 17H Buffalo do. 102 to. at $3 30; IS4
do. 101 to. at *3 30; 34 Slat rtu. 00 to. at $3 80; 12 Penn
sylvania yearlings. 63 IK at $3 JO.
S. Sanders: 21t> atate lambs. 88 to. at $3 1".. 75* do. 71
la, »'. $6; 124 do. 61 ID. at 80: M do 98 Ib. at $5 45;
M rennsylvanla do. 57 to. at $5 75: 142 do. 56 th. at
15 5"; 96 do, 61 n.. at $5 25; ISO Kentucky sheep. 11l lb.
at 13 TO; 28 Pennsylvania do *>!> Tb, at $3 50; 18 do, M
Hi at S3 1-- . 2 do. H to. at $3; 20 State do. 120 Th. at
J3 73; 73 do. 97 Ib. at $3 4". £7 Jo, 85 Ib, at $3 12H: 8
do. 101 to. at $-7.". 7 do, 'M Ib, at $2 SO; 10 she>-p and
lambs. 51) IT. at $;! 50.
Newton * Col: 251 Buffalo lambs. 44 rh. at $5 IS*: 102
Kentucky sheer-. 105 Ib, at $3 50; 2 Kentucky yearlings.
.V> tb. at $3 90
B. Jodd A Co.: 179 State lambs. «9 rb. at $6: lot? dt«.
f.5 Tb. at S.*.v»; 191 Pennsylvania do. 73 Hi at *•': 123
Buffalo do 62 IT at $5 «0: 14S Buffalo culls. 4rt Ib. at
$4 25; 88 Buffalo sheep, 113 Ib. at IS 40; 111 do. 7* Tb. at
$2 ."•«>. 76 State do 101 lb. at W4O; • do, 05 Tb. at $3:
30 Pennsylvania sheep and lamba. 08 tb. at $3 50
Tibln & Shannon: 138 Pennsylvania lambs. 70 Tb. at $6;
77 State <!•-> 71 rb. at $>•>■ IBS do. «S tb. it $.Ift.->: 145 do,
«5 IT., at 55 M: SI Indiana .1" 67 to. at $5 75: S3 Kentucky
sheep. 103 Ib, at $3 15: 109 do. 101 tb. at $3 2.: 43 Indiana
do, 123 lb. at $:: 75: 70 f<o. 131 tb. at $3 60: 27 do. 12 1 * Tb.
at 13 23 33 do, ion to. at *3; 2f> State do. 120 tb. at $3 50;
55 do. 112 Th. at $3 25: .1 State yearlirrrs. «4 Tb. at V.
Harrington & Co.: I*7 Ohio lamb* sorb, nt ISIS: 219
do, 57 ib at IB 25; 12 Ohio do, 52 Ib, at $5; 37 Ohio sheep.
109 lb. at $3 35; « do. S3 to. at $2 50.
J H. Hume A Bro. : 200 Pennsylvania lambs. 72 Tb.
$«12'j: 20rt do, 71 lb. at $0: V. Stats do. 83 Ib, at $*12't;
&0 do. 75 Tb. a $fi: 74 •!■>. 81 tb. at $s«i2 l »: 2 Vermont do.
75 tb, at $6. 11 Vermont sheep. 104 lb. at 53 60; 7 Penn
sylvania do. 117 Tb. at IS 90; 42 State do. 149 lb. at
$3 75 ; 49 1". 103 to. at $3 60.
H. II Hnliis: 24 State lambs, so tb. at $6 25: 121 do.
70 Tb at $«: 10 d. 71 tb. at $5 7.1 3 »heep. $>7 Tb. at
$4; 75 do. 113 Ib. at $.'. 75: 77 dc M Ib, at $3 50. IS culls.
83 Tb. at $2 25; 15 do. 02 Ib. at $2
D. Harrington: 24« Western lamb*. 6S Tb, at $5 ,7>; 11
State fin iW. Tb. at $(1. IK State sheep. 112 Tb. at $3 75.
I '. Curtis * Son: 4V» Slate lamb*. " 7 Tb. at $8; 150
do '(17 Tb at $:.;i7 1 -. 6 culls, BO Ib, at $4; 40 State sheep.
M r>. at S3 SO; 49 do, *7 Tb. $."! 25.
(.;»■.. & l. S. DUlenback: 246 Vermont lambs. {13 Tb,
Jehl'ffe. Wrlßht & Co.: 43 State lambs. «6 Tb. at $5 75;
56 State sheep, lift tb. at $3 25. 7^'iLL.
HOCJS -Receipts for two days were 81H cars, or 10.979
head Including about 4 cars for the market. Prices were
lower for all weights. State hogs were selling manly
at $•".:'.<• per 100 Ib; a few went to outride buyers at $4 50,
hogs nominal Country dressed hoss weak at I
O»Ho rer ib for heavy to nchf watsbta.
Sa i es _j G. Curtis & Sob: S3 State hogs. 119 Ib aver
t?ihnPS NeSon: Estate hogs. 156 Ib. at $6 30; 2
rough «. ."15 Th. Rt $5 3i>
BT Sanders: lit suu.i h^gs. 140 Tb, at 58 60.
OTHER >L\RKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
Chioajco Not 24.— Cattle— Receipts. 23.000 head, includ
ing 1 000 Westerns; marki slow and 10c lower: good to
prime -leers. 5 lb'at**>; poor to medium, $3015 00, stock
era and feeders. |2S$4 80; ■ >vi, II 4'V3*4 50; heifers. tiQ
tV canners. $140352 40. bulls. $2854 50; calves. $3 50«
*7' Texas fed steers. $3#?1: Western steers. S3 50g$4 75.
Hogs— Receipts to-day. 85.000 head; to-morrow. 30.000;
left over 8.008 bulk steady; close 5c lower; mixed and
butchers'' $5 90638 35; good to choice heavy. $«25ia*6 45:
rough heavy. .<:• :»<■' <■•<-». light. $5 SOQSB 15; bulk of aaWa,
$(Vaso 20. Sheep- Receipts. J8.086 head: sheep and lambs
(best "ulve»i steady; good to choice wethers. $3 .'Op<4 .
fair to choice mixed. $2 50*3*3 50; native lambs. $3 509
Cincinnati. Nov. 24. — Hogs strong at *4 50S$R30. Cat
tle steady at $2Q$5 25. Sheep steady at $1 50*jf$3 23.
Lambs strong at $.( .'«>tiss 25. , noM
Kansas City. No* -J4.— Cattle— Receipts. 10.6C0 natives
and 1.400 Texan* (calves. 1.4.V) natives and '."'>') Tetans):
corn cattle steady to 10c higher; native cows alow an.l
weak- Western cows steady to strong, atockera and feed
ers quiet but steady; quarantine slow; choice export and
diessed beef si ■•■.- 5 6.". > 1 $<i 25: fair to good, |SsoOSstt>;
Mockers an,! feeders. $2 7n®s4 25: Western fed steers.
$3 10ii$5 s(i Texan and Indian steer*. ?2 .o'St*4 50: Trxaa
cows II 75013; native cows. $1 50®54 2." ; native heifers. ,
52 4tV-i»3!X»- canners. *liJs2 4<>. bulls. S2#s3 50; calves. I
$ >> 75616 Hogs — Receipts. 4.000 head: market steady to
firm: top. 620 bulk of sates. S«lOwtals: heavy. |rt 10^
<U-M mixed packers. tBOSOSSIS: light. $807*3*612*; :
Yorkers IBlO«*6 pigs. $5 2<>n*fi. She-p— Receipts.
7 m. l head- market active and firm; natlv« lamb*. $3 (JO)»
$5 20- Western lambs. $3"35-1 13: fed ewes. $35; 53 70, na
tive wethers $3®s4 Western »ethers. $3^s3 S3; Btockers
'"Easr&ty'^f^.-Cattle lower; chotoe. $6«48 2O:
crime »STMJ.*»I: good. $3 23015 50. Hogs slower;
prime" heavies I 6 2501035: medium. $6 1(MJ$«15 : heavy
Yorker? i«05©*«10; light Yorkers, $«•'.» I*. pigs. $5 &>
a»*j roughs. [email protected] Sheep hlsber: best wethers, S3 75©
$4- cull "and common, $1 50©|2: choice lambs. |»48#9»CR
Veal calves. $7 30©$S 25.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKET.
Mdß- Net. Gross. Sales. Stock, i
C.alveston. Srai .... 8 3 ; jrt U.OIJ 14.018 tan 21?,475
Norfolk firm 8'» 2.322 2.322 •« 29,457
Savannah nrm . .. 7 15-ltf 8.73 a <i.S'.v< 2»5 154,200
Ni.w^"rlcans firm.. S t».«»n 20.129 7.750 345.723 .
Mobile steady . . 77s7 7 s 3.150 8.150 150 28.37H
Memphis, to » 13-16 8.837 11.010 2.V>» 1M.69S
\SSTsti firm S 13-16 054 1.037 493 37. tH»
Charleston firm.... 7 15-1* 883 SBB 150 lfl.llo
StlMXim hrm 7 15-1« 800 4.91S 2.531 23.071
Houston.' steady ... 8 3-16 S.9M 8,569 6».730
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool. Nov. 24. 4 p. m.— Cotton — Spot — Moderate
business done; prices 6 to 8 points higher. American
middling fair, 514 d; good middling. 4.ti><d: middling,
4 5M- low nil.idllns;, 4.48 d: go»l ordinary. 4.30.1; ordinary,
4 "id' The sales of the day wera S.OOO bales, of which
3<jT> were for speculation and export and Included «.500
American. Receipts. 23 000 bales, including ft.ooo Ameri
can Futures opened firm and closed steady: American '
middling s o. ■" November. 4.5204. 53 d; November and !
December. 4.46©4.4©d; December and January. 4.469
4 47d- January and February. 4.43®4.4Cd; FtLruary and
Marco 4.45.1; March and April. 4.43 d: April and May. ,
4.45 d; May and June. 4.45 d; June and July. 4.44^4 :
July and August. 4.44 d.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE! MARKET.
Liverpool. Nov. 24. — Closing — Wheat SiiOt firm: N"o
2 red western winter. 5s liKI: No 1 Northern spring
Os 71: No 1 California, 6» 7d; futures quiet; December
8s lid; March. 6s Si: May. «s Hd. Corn — Spot quiet.
American mixed. 5s 6d; futures steady; January. 4s
rt'nd; March. 4a 2\d. Peas Canadian stead}', 8a 7d. !
Flour— St. Louts fancy winter Quiet. Ss 3d. Hops at
London (Pacific Coast) firm. £8 15si&£7. Beef strong
extra India mesa, 115s. Pork strong: prime moss Wes
tern. 635. Hams— Short cut, 14 to «6 ft), quiet: 55s 6d
Bacon dull; Cumberland cut. 28 to 3O n>, steady 53a"
short ribs. 18 to 24 Tt> quiet. ASs; long, clear middles'
light; 2 1 * to 34 rt>. dull S-^s 8d; long, clear middles'
heavy. 35 to 40 It, dull, 57s 64. short clear backs IS
to 20 rb. firm. SD»; clear bellies. 14 to 16 Ib steady «7a
Shoulders — 11 to 13 Ib, quiet. 52». Lard— Prims
■Western In tierces, strong, 80*; American refined In I
palls, firm. 61*. 3utter no.nln.il. Cheese strong; Amerl- 1
RcnlrcaOs
NEVYYGRK
(e\TR.VIv
L HUDSON RIVER R. R.
THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
VIA NIAGARA FALLS.
Trains arrive and depart from Grand Central Station,
42d Street, New York, a* below:
North and west bound trains, except those leaving Orand
rentni station at 3.15. 5.30. IL3B a M.. 2.*5. U|
'J. 15. 11.30 p. M . wffl atop at 125 th St. to receive pas
sengers ten minutes after leaving Gran«l Central Station.
All somnbound trains, excep* the '"20th Century" and th«
••Empire State Kxtress."' ' and No*. 3* an.i <&&, ■will stop
at li.th St. ten nutea before th--;r arriving ilme at
Grand Central Station.
19 1O A - M-— '.MIDNIOHT HUM Due Buffala ■
It.. IU 4.15. Niagara Falls 5.17 P. M.
QIC A. M.— •EXPOSITION FLYER Due BuffaTo
**. I«J ils Cleveland. 4.35. Indianapolis 114." P. M..
Chicago 7.1". St. Louis 7.30 next morning.
7 R4. A - **• — •SYRACUSE LOCAU Stops at all Sta
• •»'▼ p.. riant stations.
Q Of| A M -tBMPIRK STATE EXPRESS. Most
\J.\J\J (» m i; train in the world. Due Buffalo -4.45.
Niagara Fall* 3*.', P. U.
Q/C A. M.— "FAST MAIL. 24 hours to Chicago.
U.t»J !-,,!« Buffalo Tie Niagara Fall* $.07.
10 TO A - M.— DAT EXPRESS. Makes local stops.
IU.OU Due Buffalo 1 .15 A. M.
nOn A M.-*RUTLASD EXPRESS. Due Rutland
■OU 7 .-.-. [• M.
19 t^fl **• M— •BITFFALO LIMITED. Da* Buffalo 11
I t.dU p. m.. Niagara Falls 11.55 P. M.
1 OH p M.— •SOCTHWKPTERN LIMITED. Due Cln-
I iUU clnnatl 10.30. Indianapolis 11.30 A. M.. St.
Louts «.45 P. M. next day.
Inn P. M.— "CHICAGO LIMITED. 24 hour* to Ch'.~
I .UU cagt> vU Lake Shore, as 1 - via M. C.
OiC P M — •THE 20TH CEXTTKY LIMITED."
« »** 2i> hour train M Chicago ia Lake Shore El«o
tiic lights and fans.
3 Oft P M.— fALBANV AND TROY FLYER. 0U«
•°' J Albany 6.40. Troy !.•• P. M.
OOK P. M — 'ALBANY AND TF.OY EXPRESS.
w.O»J i^al stops.
4AH I" M.— 'DETROIT. GRAND RAPIDS ANTJ
"T.UU CHICAGO SPECIAL
COO P- M— "UXKI-: SHORE LIMITED. 34 hour
«■«" train to Chicago. All Pullman Cars. Dv
Cleveland 7.25 A. M . Cincinnati I.SO. Indian
apolis 3.10. fWciai 4.50. St. Louis 8.45 P. M.
A nfl P^M.-^'WESTERN EXPRESS. 2S hours ta
C Pkf\ F M —'WESTERN EXPRESS 28 hours ta
O.UU chicasro via both L. S. and M. C.
COX P. M.— -MONTREAL EXPRESS via D. ft H.
U.OvJ or Rutland.
7On P- M.— 'ADIRONDACK AND MONTREA&
•«*U EXPRESS.
BHO P M— • BUFFALO AND TORONTO SPECIAL.
.UU , u# Buffalo 7.25 A. M.. Niagara Falls 8.43.
Toronto 10.30 A. >!
91 C P. M-— 'SPECIAL MAIL .LIMITED. Sleep!
•' ** car only for Rochester
9On P. M.— 'SOUTHWESTERN SPECIAL. r»i«
.CU Cincinnati 7.60. Indianapolis 10. 10 P. M.. St.
Louis 7.30 second morning.
9On P- M.— •PACIFIC EXPRESS. Chicasfo 34 noun
•OU by Michigan Central. 33 hours by Lake Shore.
nQA p M-— 'NORTHERN NEW YORK EXPRESS,
a *' Cap« Vincent. Osd«nsbur*. Ac
•Dally, tExcept SunOay. 'Except Monday.
HARLEM BRA.M H.
9.08 A. M. and 3.3« P. M. Daily, except Stuiday. to
Plttsfleld and North Adams. Sunday at 9.30 A. M.
Pullman cars on all through trains.
Trains illuminated with Pintsch light.
Ticket offices at 113. 2»il. 415 and 1.216 Broadway. 23
rnlon So,. W. 275 Columbus Aye.. 133 West 123 th St.
Grand Centra! Station. 125 th St. station and 138 th St. st»
tlon. New York; 338 and 72« Fulton St. and 104 Broadway.
E. D.. Brooklyn-
Telephone "90i> 28th glut" for New York. Central C»h
Service. Baggage checked from hotel or residence as
\Vestcott Express Company.
New York Central Route
BETWEEN
NEW YORK, BOSTON
AND NEW ENGLAND
Via Springfield and the
BOSTON AM> ALBANY RAILROAD.
'New York Central & Hudson River R. R . Lsss»«.>
Trains leave Grand Central Station. Fburth Avenua and]
42d Street. New York. «■«> follows:
to no a M t12.00 noon. '4.00 P. M.. *11.00 P. M. »-
rive Boston 3.30 P. M.. 5-40 P. M 10.00 P. 11. ft.l 6A- IT.
Leave Boston t!>.u> A M.. tl2-«» noon. moo I M.
•11 00 P M. . arrive New York KM P. it. 5.40 P. St.
lO.ijo 1". M.. 6.14 A M
Tickets at New York Central tick** offices. 415 and 1.211
Broadway and at Grand Central Station.
A H SMITH. GEORGE H. DANIELS. ,
General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent.
WEST SHORE
RAILROAD.
<New Tart Central & Hudson River R. R.. Lessee*
Trainn leave Franklin SI Station, New York, as to>»
low and 15 mln. later foot of West 42d St.. N. R. :
•7 10 A. M For !niermevliat» points t> Albany. , .
til 20 A. M.— (1) Saratoga and Mohawk Eapres*. J
•1 <>> P. M. — Chicago Express.
•2.25 P. M. — Cont. Llm. for Detroit. Chi. ft St. Lcala>
tr. 45 P. M. — '2) For Hudson River points and Albany. .
•»> ix> p. M. — For Roch., Buffalo. Clara) i & Chicago. .
t7 45 p. M. — For Roch.. Buffalo Detroit and St. Louis. '
"•9:15 P.M. — For Syra.. Koch., Niagara Kalis. Det. i CI»L
i •Dally »Daily except Sunday. Leaves Brooklyn. Annexl
(1> at +10.45 A. M.. (2) at *2.45 P. M. Leaves Jersey
City P. R R. Sta.. (H. at tlL2u A. M . d +3.35 P. SI.
i Tlm<» tables at principal hotels and office*. Baggaz*
1 checked from hotel or residence by Weatcott Express
A. H. SMITH. C E. LAMBERT.
General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent.
READING SYSTEM
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL R. R.
Liberty Street and Sooth Ferry (tima from Sou::*
Ferry live minutes earlier).
E\«STOV, BETHLEHEM. AU.ESTOW.\ A.\D
M%ltli CHINK --Z4HII nl3 Eastop. only). &10
AM 120 4 40. 6-0O < 5 45 Easton only* P. M. Sun
day "»4 25 A. at, 1.00. 5.30 P. M.
WftKESHARRfe ASD SCRAXTOX-Z4 PO. 913
AM 300 P- M. Sundays. z4.i5 A. >L. IPM.
I AKEWOOD. TOMS RIVER AM) UAIt>EGAT
— 24 00 940 A. M.. 1.30 (3.40. 4.10. Lakewood only). 5 .<%.
P M " Sundays I'll"' A M.
*.TL v\TIC CITY— +B +• a M.. +3.40 P 3T.
VI.\EL.VND AND BIUDGETO- i24 00 A. M. t1.38
LO\o" BRANCH. A9HIRY PARK. OCEA*
GROVE. FOIST PLEASANT AND SEASHOHB
IH»l l\T»— x4 W. 5.5... 11.30 A. M.. 4 43, 5.30. 6.30 P. M.
Su-jdajV except Ocean Grove. ft.oo A M.. 4 "<• P. M.
PHILADELPHIA (READING TERMINAL)— z'4 .23.
♦ 70?. *soo '»oo tIOOO. +11.00 A. M .. +12.00. "lam
|1 V t2 «JO.' t3.00. »4.00. '8.00. T6.00. +7.30. »3.00 P. m..
-4TH AND CHESTNXrT STREETS— »4. 2S. +I.3<\ '10 «>,
•lI.S*A M.. 'ICO. :*3 4... '5 o>>. 'LOO. t9.23 P. M.,
RFinnr!'. harrisbirg. POTTSVItLE ash
\VII.Li\M9PORT— 114.10. 24.25. +S.OO. | [t».10 (10.00.
1100 A." M Reading only>. lijtOO. 1.20. «.<» p. M.
Reading. Pottsvtlle and Harrlsburs only. H •-'<>. t3.OC
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
FOR BALTIMORE A*D AVASHIXGTO:*— t* S3.
•10.S0. '11.30 A. M. 'lie IV 4". «3.00. «7.00 P. " M
•12.13 Mdt.
sFrom IJberty Street only. 'Pally. tDaily. except
Sunday. ISunday only. JParlur can only. I; Via
Taraaqua.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferry. South Ferry. 9 Astor House.
113. 2*l. 434. 1300. 1354 Broadway. I*2 r.th Aye. 23 Union
Square West. 153 East 12."th St.. 273 West 125 th St
243 Columbus Aye.. New York: 4 Court St.. 344. S6O Ft/
ton St.. Brooklyn: 99 Broadway. Willlamsburg. New
York Transfer Co. calls for and check* baggaga to de»
tlnation.
W. G. BESLER. C M. BLRT.
General Manager. General Pass'r Agent '
LEHIGH VALLEY.
Foot of West >Sd A : Cortlandt and Desl>ros»es Streets B
* Dally. + Except Sunday. Sunday cliaogea : c 12.25. d 12.43.
7 00. n5.». 5«45 »5.45.
iLt.X.Y. A Lv.N.Y7. B
Buffalo Local *««■» a *', '«7.10 a X
Bufl*i.» and Chlciwo Express •» i 5 a«' *9.30 a *
BLACK DIAMOND SXPUSS tII.SS A xl t» 00 a*al
Mauch i bunk ana llazleton Local 'C 12.40 r m *dli» r it
Wyi.r.iiag Valley Express. +8 55 m t*.lO fie
Ki»ton Local ta.W r> > « 20 r m
Cnlc«go and Toronto Vestibule Express. . .. •« px! *xS IC f »
THB BPTTALO TBAPf ■■- '7 M " '3 00 FIC
TlckeU and Pullman acco:nm>><la:!..as at 113. »1. JSO. 355. 1 £H an
ISM Broadway, iSi stn ATe.,» Cnton 3<jusre West. 845 Coliimbna
ATe,. N. V.. S6O Fulton St.. 4 Court St . 99 Broadway and Ft. Fulton
bt. , BrooJUja. N. T. Transfer Co. will call for and check bajajaaa.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Leave NEW-YORK CITY. South Ferry. Liberty at.
Chicago. Pltuburg '12. ">n:. *13.1dnt.
Chicago. Columbus '12.55 p. m. »1. 00p.r0. Dinar-
Plttsburg. Cleve *3.53 p. m. *3 40 p. m. LJmtl.
"VittsburK Limited".... '6.50 p.m. *7 00 m. Buffet.
Cincinnati. St. Louts.. "12. 10 nt. •12.15nt.
Cincinnati. St. Louis .• 10. a. m. «10.30 *. Diner
Cincinnati. St. Louis •813 p.m. »7.0«> p. m. BiiiTet.
Norfolk **xAi :: U^ m. tl.oo p. m. Dln*r
ROYAL DUE TRAIXS. "
Washington. Balto +5.23 a. m. '^SOa-in. Buffet.
Washington. Balto »10.2? *. m. »10.30 a. m. Dlaer.
Washington. Balto. '1131 a.m. "11. 80 a.m. Diner.
Washington. Balto »12.53 p. ra. »l.<x> p. m. Diner.
••Royal Limited".. — - ... '3 33 p.m. •3.40 p.m. Diner.
Washington. Balto •4.33 p.m. •3.00 p. m. Diner.
Washington. Balto '6 55 p. m. *7 00 p. m Br;fr«t.
Washington. Balto *12.10nt. *12 13 nt. Sleeper*.
•Dally. tDally except Sunday. {Sunday only.
Offlces: 113. 26. 434. SOO Broadway. 8 Astor Ht;i«,
23 Union Square W.. 391 Grand Street. N. T. : 543 Fui:oa)
Street. Brooklyn: South Ferry and Liberty Street. Bag
gage checked from hotel or residence to destination.
Lackaweinna Railroad.
Leave New York, foot Barclay and Christopher Sta>
18.00 A. M. — For Blnghamton ami Syracuse.
•10.00 A. M. — Buffalo. Chicago and St Louts.
•1.40 P. M For Buffalo and Chicago. 1
♦4.00 P. M.— For Scranton and Plymouth.
•4.10 P. M.— For Buffalo and Chicago.
II £. ?• H-~¥ °» we S°- Ithaca. BuS* a.
•2.00 A. M.— For Chicago— Sleepers open 0 P M.
Tickets at 113. 429. 11S3 Broadway. N. T: 338 ?altoa)
at.. Brooklyn. 'Dally. tEUcept Sunday.
[..—^--r-. ->■■■„: , ,. — --^^->^— '-^i^rrr^^-— -«^v |
Annual Oriental Tour
Leaving; J a unary Slat
For t&o Mediterranean. Italy. Egypt. Greece.
Turkey. \,.« Minor. Syria. Holy Land. Supcrt
ortly conducted. unequalled arrangements, inclusive coat.
Illustrated programmes fro* on application.
A. DEPOTTER, 45 Broadway, New York City
can fl 5?? t whit, and colored, 59». T*i!nw— Prim* city.
firm. 20s 6d. Turpentine— Spirits firm. 39a Sd. Rosin—
2^=^j firm. 4» 4H4. Tetroleura— Refli *a. va<«u *1*
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