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NE W ; YORK AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES. I
ifc-lsie-d I. w." .i-n '.. NU-ho'.s x.- Ca. No 13 Wai! »t,v
'',""' - nil. •" Rod.; -v ;:-:■■-. BiJ As. ; ,.j
1,-. Lt S- Tr 5I ' J il -..l NYN ' V - & r il" Rlvor ,
w Gas Co 5--- 02 °« NII O stock. !"« ." I
••^/z «•(>!•!£ &* t!l *» prof.. ;o x-j
irjTisi C<a Ss -.ll* 11^ NY & IMch ci S
■v? wVas Co Cs 41 43 Nor 0 Ist 8a. . . .101 MB
%aG T"co stsoi »« Ohio stocks cs... so $
iCo^iock......i C 0^i0ck...... «J 72 jrracare ;.s IC2 103
,?VW«»to. » ■•» Et Joe O£* »0S 10.1
r4n«! Co SW '** « Paul Css is.. V 0 u»)
JKaSSsa lot ??-*«?»^:;t-
"~»4Mi tnterest.
BOSTON CURB MARKET.
,Eeport<SL»>y J. Thomas nclnhartt. No. IS Wall street,
A ~*sTewYork. and No. li» Kxcnange Place, Boston.)^
' i j Cp*n. 1 High- I Low- I Last
Cafe* I tag. 1 ml 1 est. 1 sale.
"yiss^rlsona Oan ! 96%, «0 1 M I
■PSofSay state 0a.... IS 18 13 ! ii
:itO,l.lr.gUsm Cent 2=22
, l.V>S;;»ck Mountain. . ... 1.04' 10*4 10H io?I
=? >♦ Copper Sec -.--••- 33%; ZS\ »2' 33|J
i- y.TiCtiraOerlandEly .. ««Z 7U -jil yf*
' Ir.Wse Ulue Bell.. & 3$ ig 7J*
XSf yvavlm D«l>- « 11*4 11 SI
*" -.5 Ess* Hutte 10U io»l 10U I'm
lf#>;O«l<l King 31 SI i l*< si
*SS Green Silver Mfci 2H j«| 2*
• •30 He vctla SH 8H 2\ ; 5\
2 l<v» Kcewecaaw S»i Mi 8% ' &£
? 3 r.»iMaje?tla I%' lv 15' jrt
* «001Uc:rj*c 6«i Z\ OH r.»i
I jiiO'Mexlco S 0 Sls-18 0
«->.-»; Nevada-Utah .... 4* 4U 411 414
, ;00.'Sar.ta Isabel 10 ii 3 JS 10 ! I**
i%r>, Raven 03 100 |H> I tM
\(ni fur. Copper 12 12 ; 12 i 12
120 gup 4r*tttsbuf». . 1714 17%' IT» 17
-30 Tnvr Hanhattan.. lii %£ ,!_< JH
sttrrt*!»-a»e* ....... b« t,\ c% oil
So Wl-.reknob pref . I 2s! e^j 51; 2%
GUARANTEED STOCKS
(resisted by Joseph Walker & Sons, No. 20 Broad MM
Bid. Asked, i Bid. AakasV
4».*.'Susq 243 255 Green HO _
jlfr* VcrmoEt. «S — I Hart & Conn W. 48 Cl
''ltf^& West..Uf — 111 Cent L Line.. 100 104
JT^li- Cable. f» «4 ! Juliet & Ch1c....1M 185
11 7fk o*■ Uac.lfai — ■LSN RU & C.123 —
!» t '•■»■■ 113 118 La ft Mo ltlv pf.170 178
<yon CAMt M — ! Lowell & And.? . .230 —
Ae*c!i Creek .98 — I Mahon Coal pf. . .1110 110
Srksh;- .170 175 Mine H4 8 H..133 —
Ottdi 8*1" F. M 3.-1 Morris * Essex.. 188
Set* Albany .242 24« Nash at Decatur.lW* 105
Bsst & be-well . 238 — Nashua & U»k... 2*» —
B* NY * '*- vt.io* — N J Trans Co i'o-j _
Ban &Ir v . SOS — NY* Harlem.. £Bo 380
f^y t 7:h Ay.3« — NY L * W....150 133
ErrKjk'.yn City.. .225 2SS Ninth Aye lUS Soi)
am iB It 11..145 — North Carolina... —
4XUV I?' rf. ..115 — NRR of N 11.-ir.o —
&- - rrtf 113 — NRRofNJ...BS »Si 4
Car-** * S'isq.229 — I North Perm — 210
CPNfc ER . ::«) 2"0 Nerthwcst Te1... 113 —
Csafchee &O. .lit — JNorf ft \V pi 226 230
OiE 113 ctfs.ies: |*« louden Mine >».'. —
d, prcf 122 132 Old Colony 203 208
CJris i !«h ■;.l" IKS {oswego t Svra. .22l» —
(ft:- f- l-v5...17« IPO !>*at & Hud Ttlv..li» —
Ccl * sC«*la 216 220 I l*ac &At Tel 75 82
Ccai Cnloa Me. 115 — ; I'at * Ramapo...lHo —
ConcorJ & Mon.lS:» — :r.,rla & B Vy..1»0 200
•Cent .': rcrr!«...200 _ 1 phll & Trenton. .2«5 —
<• * T ' _— 1 I'itts B4LE..M 871,
Coca River .2M rt»3 1 do pref 70 7.-.
,M'-?.li!-t.?i! £iw. ; Pitts Ft \V & C..172 17l»
IVt Kl.K 1 .: ■-• & 5...101 107 j <•« special 170 1M)
Ztf. l«*nn... I*2 13»» ; Titts McX &• Y..132«4 —
Bcs: S^fcanoy.. 4* — I Prow & Wore ...:>( m —
Debt* Aye .•»:•:. «C« ' Rrnss & Sara 200 20«
Elra £ Wllliaa.lo3 — Roch & Gea Vy..l4<» 145
fia pr.f IKS _ RXV & 0 1W 133
Xrif .1- Xalani. 2T.1 2%. «<?cond Avenue. ..204 2i)7
Tr> /-- Pitts IT.S I^-? Sixth aten« 17<> 173
rite' Vjr* rref..l3« 142H S^outh & At Te!.. »r. —
T- TV f- .T rf.-l~'4 ftouthwest R R..118 120
«f t-OftFJW «K> ! Twenty-third St.SS.I —
Tn^iia Tel... 41 — It" XJR R & C.255 269
&M i- Etk Te1. 115 12'> Ttir* ciin A- 8.. "O —
<v. RP.* V. Co.2*» 270 JT-tlr-a *- Bit Rlv.irr. —
««Vt , * Pee.. m _ irtlca C& S Vy.152 153
Gm? "River Vy.120 — (
BOSTON STOCKS.
' (Furnished by B. L,. Day & Co., No. 3 Nassau street.)
July 31. Aug. 1 1 July 31. Aug. SI.
>rc»iiar. 2'» 2*». Atlantic Mir. 14 I3ii
Egsi s- .\:rany..243 243 ; Shannon Mir it» 6%
Bnftra Eiev l. r »2H »153 1 Pingham Mm . . 30 22
Bcnm Ccal 28 2'".*» Cal & Hecla M..CM CS»7
C.'RfcJ'S r*MO •!''" . ■ rr.vnr.i'j' Mm . 22 ; - 22« i
GrarLy Mm 11% 11 V Copper Ha-c- M. 73*4 7*'-»
Rtd>!xn« pref..l37 137 | Fra.r-.klln Mir..... IT-,, 17V
NY N H i U-.19S mr,i.. Mass Con Mir.. . 7V s
C\l Colnsy 2H -'1 ; M hawk Mir. <-■_• 02
V.V*t En-1 St Ry IM W |Osc«-nla Wa. .lid, io»;
uo pnt I*"* l * Him o-i l, o rr. M.r. . . 3S*» %
atis Elee Cos.. 2<»» 1'" -parrot Mm 26". 2HV,
to v reX «Mi .M., r-jincv Mir. s?C . S7
Xvn T«l v 7 00.1.W* ;rt3S Tamarack Mm.. .102 'lO.*.
yo Batte *•» :«.. i Wolverine Mm...1 33 153
N-w Kr.c t*-i. ,13'tu. 131 r- S Mining .. — rr,\_
•V Tc-1 &• T Co. 11 *12 r Oil 10% 11
<3o r.rt-f erred .. <■- gs |Mars Gas r.«i rsv.
Dox Iron * ?tl.*27H — • do pref S7'£ M
m s=r.oe Macn..«So 7*. I Vtah 57«4 88%
do prtf erred.. tSft riH4,
' 'Asked.
#
CHICAGO STOCKS.
Bid. Asked, j Bid. Asked.
A Booth & Co. . 37 M I Met IV SElpf . ttM <J9
so pref 110 112 i National Biscuit. 6S " i!-u
Ar..-ic*n Can 7'< 7 7 * do pref 117% 118V4
do pre* 5* 1 * 57»» National Carbon. »1% P«
to Radiator US 121 ! do 1 re* 121 122
4o pref 130 131 .rth Chic -at Ry a* 29
American Ship.. C 3 <:-4 j Northwest El ... 25 26
do r-ref I"7>* — i do pr^f 04 fit!
Cans: & Dock., r.7 M 'Quaker Oats — »130
Ode City Ky...18'» 17't : do prof — •10214
Cfeicap-. Edison. lSO I*o : South >::«• Kiev. :«."> '..7
Cblc i- O ;■ El. •'. CS St« W Sta CL... » 28^4
da ir*f . 20 23 | do pref US i.v.
CUe Psen Tool. 51 . r »3 Eubwav 4-Vi 4«>
Chic Title a.- Tr.UW M««S Swift * Co lO* 101-;
Chic fn Tr jr.. 13 UHiUn Boal & Pap.. 1\ IT,
rismr.d Match. l 23 IS) do r-ref 11 llw
IU Crick j..rpf... 4.". 4-u Western Stone... RS 33
KTRrtLI...- •57% Tel . 12<» 123
flo Dt*? .....g« M Vest Chicago 2S SO
Slet TV I B 27 M :
BONDS.
Csasum Gap ss. — # K»7V People's Oas Ss.'.lol I^2
Lfi H Ist mpssiftr»»4 99 ISo Side El 4 »«. 102 lO2'*
X*t Grid 4f «.i2 <•?! West Chic Ist ss. — •!>!"»
&o Exton 45... .«-.; --T'-i do Cons 5s C.T. Ift
Tur.r.f 1 — «»2 ' Tool f 2 i>3
Kcr.hw El 45...!90',i HI I
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Parr.ifhed by Van Pchaick & Co.. No. 7 Wall street.)
P.M. Asked. I Bid. Aslced.
Critrl Railway. ••; I>-- ; Cotton Puck 12"; 13
<5o Ixccir.fb . 71 '• . 71% do incomes — S'S'i
in is . . »!'<, !'2 INurf Ry &L. ss. M I«'S
CE *s " t . !<i* » Lt & Power pf. .. •*(> —
tlo tDComes —. 37% | do «Hs 05>4 'M
telrts «l\ «'.2 IChas City Rv Ba.VS —
BKboa: i 2KU 2fl Chas Con Elec Be ft.*4 »«\4
6o Jkl pr<-f..:. *C\i H» : Ccntlr.er.ti.l Trust — 2«>o
<!fi -- pref 50 Tnlon Trust 574 <*»
c. 4- . . HS% (tr ! Third Nat 8ank. 125 148
co l«>-vear r.s 1.->l'-» I<>lS Fidelity & Dep..l»« 13»
C«««ol Gas — ft* IMarjland Trust.. 120 123
Ci C* 10t',i lOC'4.
EAUHOAD EASHINGS.
ATCHISOX. TOPEKA & SANTA FE.
Jl-r-. -.-.._ ll«oa. IMB. ' 1904.
Rattier of rr.!:*« . . K445 h.3<"'7 307
wwb aamings 447. 473 $5.55"J.«r.2 $5.117.4«S
<*eaticg . xi.-nses .!>42>:«> 4.167.703 3.547.H53
Vet earnings $2.©M,5«0 ' $1,692,809 H.5C9.515
»x«s aaj rentals 3t«i.ius # 1«#,374 134.777
6»r-,._,6 »r-,._, . . $2.404.355^ 81.503.435 $1,434,738
.JUy 1 to June ;;<►—
ynu earnirgs 97\<<44.347 / 9CH.37.-..537 906.171.200
Cpeaticg espensea.... 48,4!»7.515; 45.517,384 42.222.032
J**l eart:«rjr« 12 mos $2f..r.4f1>2!»?*22>r.«.4r.3 J25.iM1).16(j
••MS ar.l rentals 2.344.570 1'.2i»'.24 < .« 2,302.001
B wP 1 -« $27.202,25J» »20.618»204 $23,040
COLTIIBIA. NEWUERRY St UkCOEXS.
!*• gross $17,175 $10,040 $14,733
•ss» net «72 1.74* 1.1<21
£**lire months cr >ss. . 2«».12i« Zii.Hl* 225.0:15
«*2vt months net 51,743 •42,0U7 51.444
oonm/ RANGE.
Mnath cf May— ■
«»■« sarotags. 952. 083 $35,07» 944.970
<ttna =5 ea^ensts.... 38.711 «0.453 31.017
*« «*rn!r.g» 914.272 $2T.02« f IS.&6S
«»iges ............. h.437 8.437 8.438
Barpius (3.834 ft*.tW $5.52*
Jato jt 0 M« r 31 ~. ?613.90<» »»3.730 $*« 6 -<53
««« earstoei .... 9«13»o $342,730 MW.4M
<^WJ=« Talllis i * 334.102 3i14.V71 BUW
Xet earnings "«59.70S $2TM.552 *"J?!js
Charts U2.M2 65.125
6srjk!u« 1 46. "-as 9135.745 950.771
DCLCTH. SOUTH SHORE Ml ATLANTIC.
<£FtV£IT~ «276 257 $2T0.08C $228,275
<»aaarj.- . I*7 «^i 1W.711 153.670
.** sanHngs .ii<U "" $!K.n25 » 74 - 7
laco!:-.... C 35 1.204 »»S*
JWbNaa 9«#.sa« VH*?i • 7 i* B ?!J
Cur,. s &6.001 *U.G42 &6.033
I>«Srlt $0 I 'J3 {25.113 $19.34*
&'-««' •arair^ :>l> r .. 93 0r,7 77.". *2.7«CU36 $2,524,612
"•"•Oag expente* 2 ; 7 40,, i;«93.T06 1.74W.459
o^«*«T.!r^s 12 rr-os-TlTooo^li ~T6?4,2»1 *"fj^
VKt » Ss;«r. e -...!;;< 15.650 11.48*
T«aj income $i.0(^.42s ~s*«e>Sl "" 97c« .«40
! *** i:i63.764 1.076.433 ,070.091
■• ~51W.33C $203,552 $273,451
MINERAL. RANGE.
Mem; sf Jisaa—
C* e*rn:ni!t $57,721 $.VJ2T7 $55,104
'^''ase* and taxe»... 4*. 144 <I.»ilS 43,434
-^'«t earr.lr. » Vi» r.77 .'l3.r'.«» $11,760
***** iaocaos 137 205 im
fj?** Income $6,714 *fi.544 fll.^3o '
vs * r *«s. ta«es, «te 12.14« J>,44« 12««5
fe ! '-« ■- -$2,432 -, $»«""" »9«>6
Ct juiylf>j une 3o_
«• earr.',n«t 5780.341 $eRI.2»» $580,703
■■■■■•es *ua taxes... C7«i,080 ni<t,4 814.UM
**« earning, 12 mot . $1C».2«1 9160.M4 975.2<»2
va * income 2.253 1.035 75«
<£**} Jr.'^fn. ~~ti«b.514 $1«W.77» $75,058
VCM »*s. taxes etc 146.01 M 114,00 a 116.«27
«^5 1: » 9U.424 *54.n« ~^t40.«»
M th f ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
;-•■ Mr.mh of .lune — ■ ■
.Number cfmlks.' 7— A - l'.T '■"■T254
u^^r a lr-a;:;v; '#£$£ J^fe|
?*r Stojß.'itl- * * $tl *° >4l3 ■::s»&')■.. ■$ s & 1
Or^tl^, r:llns3 551.237.KH 944.081.9n9 944.909.401
OP«*UB« expensss .... SC.«iS.O4'.» 32.CCM.1JW 53.;i»,4;i
Ket earnings IS m 05.914.538.000 $11,383,310 *11,757.0J»
ST. LOUIS ft SAX FRANCISCO 'SYSTEM.
Month of Jum--' 1 * **° & F "** lWn llUnoU -' .
Kumlier of miles 6.007 6 $64 5,«<*3
Oros. earnings 98.348.818 93.062.137 92.CS«.«r>;
Operating expenses ... 2.250.C02 8.137.710 I.TIUM
?~L a * Tln e» •••• ••• 51.C03. iea 9024.421 sax),44ti
July 1 to June 30—
Orors earnings $41,075,210 935.381.MS 933.3m.774
Operating expenses ... 25.340.35 l 26.1C.Vra4 2 1. 150.913
Net earnings 12 m05.513.«3t,53S $'.2,210,034 911.40U.52!)
ST. LOUI3 WESTERN.
Gross earnings 9723.065 9000. 438 ' $557,8113
Operating expenses ... 335.3b7 000.231 4U4.425
Xet earnings .^... 51S7.CSS 5103.227 5KJ.473
Ju\y 1 to June 30 —
Cress earnings JS.OSD.SaO 95.860.22<t 97.040
Operating expenses .... «. 01)8.434 0.21 V.372 5.421.507
Net earnings 13 mos. $2,290,123 J2.640.634 |2 227.55U
WHEBUNO & LAKE ERIC
Mopth of June —
Gross earnings $406,412 $470,010 $361 544
Operating censes .. 311.883 847.00? 5-&48O
*&?™ Ib J?m»1" 50I ' O3 ° 5125 -* <3 ° »«•***
Gros» earnings 95.319.593 94.390,005 $4 335 281
Operating expenses .. 8.75U.072 8.630. I'llbiaS
N»t earnings 12 mo*. 91.503.821 $037,409 $1,030,070
SOUTHERN RAILWAY'S YEAR.
In the year ended June 30. the Southern Railway
ft « d v< f r'V. 0 f favorable showing, as compared with
cr«a£ln£ ml?l°,^ nd other y?ars - B roM earnings in
™i,l ? than v P 6l " cent and net earnings
more tuan 6 per cent. The balance over fixed
nr?Sr^L| W < >22 ? >o<s - While the KTua? after the
preferred dividend payments, was $z.^».035. From
™J™ 1 «»ere was deducted $95».527 for Special
approprlutlons , for improvements and betterments.
xwrc?&> a . balance <* $1,229,065. compared with
lift^efaVe^r^u:^ folfo^ 1 > ear ended June 30.
lWto. Detailed resu?ts follow:
ailesofroajop- 1000 m Increase.
»!!*» of roai op
o^ ted av >»-- 7.373.0S 7.105.C9 174.00
Grci»s earn, from
Or^* 1 ** 1011 ....$53,041.438 67 948.145.108 15 95.490.330 52
Oper. exp. juid
***•• 39,773.139 04 33.052.514 61 4.690.C24 43
JC et earn, from ~
0perati0n.... 913.888.29© 03 913.062, 64 9805.706 C 8
me. from other
sources 1.559.000 50 1.C12.540 44 •23.830 »4
Total inc0me.*15.457.30r> 13 J14.C75.4 «98 $751.60U 13
Int. ar.<J rentals. *3.553.35» 40 $9.2&0,-133 41 *5tJ2.«J25 OS
Other deductions
tram !n.ui:«.. 274.675 07 253.3CS &7 141.307 10
Total ded'fcs.slo.22S.234 16 (9,523.801 99 $704,432 18
Hal. over fixed
charges $.".,22!).0«5 07 $5,151.632 00 $77.433 07
Dlvd'<ss on pref.
stock 3.000.000 00 2.000.0C000
Sur. over pref.
~ dividends.... $2,228,063 07 $2,151.032 00 $77.433 07
Epec. appr'ns for
1 imp. & irm'ts
not to be cap
italized 099.827 10 1.056.549 49 '5G.722 39
Bal. carried to
credit of prof.
an', 1055.... $1.22».27557 $1,005.092 51 $134.150 20
•Decreaise.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New Tprk August 1. 1906.
EEEVES — were 130 cars, or 2.463 head, of
wh!?h 12 cars were for export alive. 71 cars consigned
dire.-t to slaughterers and the balance for the market, '
making, with a car that arrived yesterday, 48 cars on
sale. 41 at Jersey City and 7at COth street. Trade opened
slow, and 10®15c lower for ell except prime steers, fat
bulls steady to firm: bolo«ma. bulls slow and unchanged:
cows were off [email protected] on all Krades. About 1* cars of
cattle unsold. Common to prime steers sold at $41?5.". 80
per I<V» n>: no choice beeves offered: stairs at $4 25;
bulls at »2 50353«.'V extra fat do at $4 [email protected] 00; cows
at $ 1 3tMrs3 00. Dressed beef in rather poor demand
at 7®J>: per rb for fair to choice native sides.: general
top S*«c To-day'B cables from London ami Liverpool
quoted live cattle 1ow«t at 114120 per lb dressed weight;
DO later advices on rcfriceratnr boef. Exports to-day
»we TWO cattle and 4.550 quarters of beef; none to
iiiorrow
PAL£S— McPhereon & Co. : SO Kentucky steers. 1490 Tb
overage, at *5 M per 100 lb; 40 do. 1341 tt>, at $5«&; 18
do. 1243 ID. at $5 3.-.: 21 do. 1170 rb. at $5 25: 18 do. 1194
Tb. at $5 10; 40 Ohio do. 12(»C Ib. at $5 25; 2 bulls (extra).
1525 It., at »4 «0; 1 do. HBO It), at *3: 8 do. »<««>. *t « .5;
•> cows. 11W) n>. at $3 CiO; 5 do. SOU Ib. at $1 50; 18 West
ern do, W7« !b. at $3 40. _
B Sanders: 20 Michigan steers. 10.0 Tb. at $4 85 31
Ohio do. ma !b. at $4 stf: IS Kentucky (coarse) do. 1447
Ib at 55 35" 2 stags, 1015 Ib. at *4 25; 1 bull. 1970 ft. at
$4 40; 4 do. 1402 Jb. at $3 r.O: 1 do. 1100 lb. at $3: 6 do.
1033 rt). at «3: 7 do. 88S It,, at $2 85: *?°™-™&s:
at 83 60: 3 do. 07« Ib. at $3 25; 7 do. «j? ">• at $1 i«.
2 do. »15 n> at $175; 2 do. 720 Ib. at 50; 3 do. Si*
jj a Shamberg at Son: 57 Illinois steers. 1160 K. at
$3 80- 2 do. 10*0 Tb. at $4 40; 5 bulls. 1270 tb, at $3 00.
6 sS^dd^ Co.?' 2 bulls. 1100 .Tb.. $2 90; 9 do. 773
*Vwton 7 £ ™™^£ s & * t
at $5 15 25 Pennsylvania steers and heifers, 9.2 ID, at
$4 Tobi C n°^ i^n^n'^Vir.r.nla steer.. 11 SI |5»
Rubenrteln Harris & Conner! 25 Virginia steers. 1107
John Ducey: 1 bull. S4<» r... a: : J2 M; 9 do , m n.. at
$2 70 2 cows, 640 lb. Nt S2 945 1!> at 644 lb. 23 do, Sjl Tb.
John P. Kelson: 2 bulls. 945 lb at « 90: 25 do 8»1 Ib.
at $2 *»• 14 do. f*os Tt>. at $2 70: 8 cows. 620 Ib. at $130;
4 *&*'£«*: i bull. 1120 tt, at W: a do, BBO».
at $2Sr.; K. uo. *••» tb. at $2.* A: 1 do. 740 Ib at 92 30;
1 do 709 lb. at $2: 11 cow«. «S5 ft. at $3 :.0; 3 do 783
tb at $3 7 do. 74S rt. at $1 50; C do. 703 lb, at $1 «...
1 JWIS* 7 wrl^nt a «:* ? o 5 ?l bull. 1100 Tt.. at $3: 7 do. RM
Ib at J285: lido! 743 It., at $263: 1 do. 770 Ib. at 99 70;
1 'cow. 700 rb. at *2 50; 7 do !W7 tb. at *1 SO.
Andrew Mullen: 2 bulls. 10C0 tb. at $2 90; 1 do. 753 Ib.
Mll>^H COWS — Receipt* were 135 head. Including 60
fcr th*' market. Feeling full steady for all grades; choice
milkers scarce and firm. Medium ta choice milkers, calf
lnc!u«3«M. sold nt J3f>®snO per head. •
Pales— 1* Heilbrun: 14 cows and calves, at $35j«?.",r per
head
J. b. Curtis & Son: 10 cows and calves, at $300533.
i MeCabe: 12 cows and calve?, at $30®555.
CAI.VES — Receipts were 2.959 head. Including 2.911
for the market, making, with the stale stock. 3.025 on
rale 2.01>9 £t OOth Mreet an 1 9-0 at Jersey City. Veals
were slow and 25c lower: grasscrs and buttermilks weak
to Be lower: Western calves, on heavy receipts, decline*!
2T>©f>f»e. Several hundred c alves. Including 2 cars of
Western calves, were unsold at & late hour. Common to
prime veals sold at $B»f7 3O : a few choice lots at $7 75:
culls «nd tl-row-.iuts. Si^Si CO: trr.^ftr? buttermilks un!
fed calve?. $3S*4 12 l! .-: Western calves, at $4994 50. city
dressed veols slow, at 6H013c per Ib; country dressed do.
almost nominal and steady, at ri^tlOc.
Sales.— J O. Curtis & Son: 34 veals. 149 Ib average, at
*7 7.'. per 100 Ib; 368 do. 144 Ib, at $7 50; 114 «10. 104 tt>. at
$7 1 do 300 TT-. at $6; 27 do. 17« lb. at $•': 18 fed calve*.
141 Ib at $4 12%; 28 grasser*. IS2 lb. at M.
.Telliffe Wright & Co : ISI veals. 152 Ib, at $7 50; 43
do. 143 lb. at $7 25: 3 do. 12(» Ib. at $0; 2 do. ISO lb. at
95: 9 to 151 Tb. at $4 50; 2 do. 230 lb, at $4; «i» butter
milk calves lift Tb, at $4. »5 It, at $7 75; 146 d 0.1*6 It,
Andrew Mullen: 1 veal. 16rt Ib. at $. ..'.; 146 do l.'.C tb.
at ?7 PO 100 do. 147 Tt.. at *7 2. .; S do. 122 tb. at SB 50; 11
do 159 Ib at $«25; 2 do. 125 IT>. at $0; 19 do. 150 Tb at
94 fiO- 5 buttermilks. ISO Tb at $4; « do. lift Tb. at 53 2T..
John P. NVl?on: I 3« veals. 151 lb. at $7 50: 24 do 147
lb at 56 25- 5 do. 128 Th. at $5 25: 2 do. ISO Th. at $4; 2 do.
200 Th. at $5: 12 buttermilks. 1.661 lb. at $355; 7 do, 134
a b?orw »5» 5 L. S. Dilleniack: 107 veals. I.V. IT., at $7 25.
W R. Hume: 63 veals 172 Ib. at $7 25; 12 throwouts.
1 1 : judd ? * Co ■ sft veals. T«T Ib. »t $7 25: 41 do. 153 Tb,
et *7; <V> do. 143 It., at $6 87H: 151 do 155 Ib at $0 75;
12 do. 148 Ib. at «6r.0: C, do. 138 Tb. at •«•»*>•*£»:
at $4 00 8 do, 210 tb. at «4: S grousers. 147 Ib, at $3 00;
18 dc.. ISS 7b. at 53. 22 Westerr do. 216 Ib. at $4 60; 88
CO T^L & Shannon: 40 veaU. 149 tb. at $7 35; 22 do. 144
VVa'nder^Vv^'VA. at *7 25: 34 do. 145 Ib «t
9TTM do. ISO IT., at $«;5: 5 do. 102 IV,. at «.; Mdo. 14«
Ib. at $4 50; 1 do, 160 Ib. at $4: 15 buttermilks. 186 Ib, ut
**«%.'. Otis & Co. : 57 veals. 145 lb. at $7 CO; 0 do. 146
IL t ESp°AND LAMBS-Receipts were ?3 ftrs. 01 -8 15
head. Including 81 cars for the market. snaking-, with the
stcck carried over. 40 cars en sale. :!'.<•« cars of which
w«re at Jersey City. Pheep were slow and cc mmen graies
weak to a shade mauler: orime and cr.olce lambs ccarco
and steady, other, in poor demand and »c lower Ten
ccrs unsold. Common to prime sheen sold at «3«iss per
rt common to prime lambs. *st3*S 25. Uretecd mut
ton slow at 7C*^c per Ib: dressed lambs weak et
5 pfi a 4^.Tobln & Shannon: 221 Kentucky lambs 71 Ib
average, ut $8 25 per 100 Tb: 235 do. 6»; It, at $. .5; 22tt
Virginia do CO Ib at $6 75; 21 state do. 76 Tb. at $7 75;
10 state rtierpV 109 Ib, a. $4; 3 do. 113 It;, at $3 50
s Judi & Co • 249 West Virginia lambs. « % at
97 75. 1S!» do. 61 Th. at $7 25: C state do. 63 lb. at $6 50;
2 state »V,eep. 123 lb. at $4 28: 1 buck. ISO ft. at $3.
Mcl'herson &. Co.: 263 Maryland lambs. ii 7 Tb. at $■ 75;
-•LI ViraTnla do 74 Ib at $7 75; 241 do. 73 lb. at $7 SO;
225 do 7« Ib lit $7 25; 10 do. «4 !b. at « SO: S4S W«st
Virginia do «W Ib. at $7 4.>. :V: V Maryland sheep. 97 IT.,
at $3 »': 7 West Virginia do. 73 IT., at $4.
NVwton A Co.: 2& Kentucky lnmbs. <6 ■>•«•»»:
281 do. 01 lb. at $8; 293 Virginia do. «5 Ib. at $7 10; 2.3
do «5 !b. st $7 10: 24i> do. 08 «>. at $0 00: 20? We/it \ ir
>lnia do «17 Ib at 5»»: 1 Kentucky *heep. UK» r*.. at
$4 50; 2 West Virginia do. 115 Tb, at $4 25; 1 do, 170 Ib.
at K<"W Commission Co : '-"-<"> Kentucky lambs. 70 TT,. at
97 80 183 do. 77 Ib at $7 8.'.; 170 do. «3 Tb. V $7 IT. 2.44
da 71 Ib st $7. 2SS Virginia do. 72 Tb. at $7 50: I^.l do
7<»' it. at' 1<175: 254 do. 61 n,. at $o.'*i ; J>l do. OJ rt, at
fit 40- .12 Kentucky sheep. 12» Tt>. at $5: 30 do. 113 Tt..
a ■s'.'■ 4-0 V* Ib. at $4: 8 Virginia do. 1««» tb. at *.1 75.
Sherman & Culver: 221 Virginia lambs. 06 It), at $7 13;
10 Virginia sheep. HI Ib. at $4 60: 4 do. l»2 IT., at $» r-.
lUil)e^*teln. Harris & Conner: 351 Virginia lambs. CO
Ib at $««I2H: 11 Virginia sheep 117 Ib. at $3.
S. Sanders: 57 *tate lai.il-. 72 lb. at $7 10; 11 state
sheep 'oiblon" .•„ . ; 258 Virginia lambs. 62 Tb, at $7.
1 a Curtis & Son: 3 sheep, 114 lb. Nt $3 50.
baqo Receipts were S3 core, or 6.S<n head, Including
• bout ",»^ enre for sale. Market weak to 10c lower,
BtS? and Pennsylvania hogs sold at $7 102*7.% Pv r
10 R«^e»- P Sanders 04 Pennsylvania hogs, 103 lb average,
«• »- 10 £r l<-0 Ib; 75 state do. I** lb. Nt $7 10; * rmiglm.
Set Tl> Bit* 10 1 stair. 450 «>, at $"; (!«t# yesterday) 136
«Ite I*l- 183 Ib at $7 IV « rough-. 320 tb. at $<JIS;
-L "V) Tb *t«4IW: 1 do. 280 » at *4 50.
? Judd & Co (late yesterday.: 42 state hog.. 106 ft,
«t'«--»o 1 roughs 320 rb. at $«»».
V- it Hun •"■ 27 suite hogs, 142 Ib. at $7 30; 1« do. 188
Ib. at 97 25; -i roughs. 650 lb. at $6 25.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKETS.
, .„_ . ciodnr' WHKAT— Ppot noml
„-" V ?Xre« rteluy: September. A. 5V,d: number 6.
nal: futures *"' > • , ' (V )HN -Boot quiet; American
C '?' l: i olf 4, futures steady! September. 4, «*d;
rali«l 013 « " ■"• pea«— Canadian steady nt ft> 1«d.
SisifSPilll
DAILY TRIBFNE. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2, 1906.
THE MARKETS. i
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS. " j
New York. August 1. 10CKV.
Beans, white, bbls.. 843 .Butter, pkgs 12.922
Flour, bbls 6.341 ; Cheese. pkgu 5.30 >
Flour, sacks 14.(*bT> Kggs, cases 14.KU1
Ccrnmeal. this 200 . Dressed poultry, pkgs. 2.INV
Cornmeal, bags 1,850 Live poultry, crates.. 837
Oatmeal, bbls 124: Oranges <cal). cases. 75u
Wheat, bush 53. li*>, Plums <Cal>. crates... 1.575'
Com, bush m.«3t» Pears (Cal). crates... 2.075
Oats, bush 65.500, Peaches (Cal). crates. 275
I'eas. bush 2.423 Raisins (Cal). pkgs... 1.450
Malt, bush 22.MM Apples, bbls 1,600
Rice, pkts 075 1 Potatoes, bbls.i <4.750
May. ton* 1,258 , Onions, pkgs 3,275
Straw, tons »> Rosin, bbls 1«O
Millfeed. tons 221 Sugar, bags 11.42 1
Hops, bales 7<W Oilcake, pligs.. l,»*<
Klaxseed. bush 1 :,'•(>.» Ollmeal. fangs -"•
Beef, bbls 318 Peanuts, bnes 3>>
Beef, tea 45 Tobacco, hhdn 800
Beef (canned), cases. 430! Tobacco, tierce* 25
Pork, bbls 100 Tobacco, pkgs 825
Hams. pkRB CTjWoo!. bales 2-V)
Cut meats. pUgs l.MUiWonl. sacks 2.575
Lard, tierces 1.219 Cotton, bales 7JO
Lard. kegs. 2.<«2 Copper, pieces 4.000
Lard, cases 9" Lead. pU* 7.OiS
Tallow, pkgs &>, Hklns. bales • *3
Grease. tkgs 121 , Wine (Call, bbls 1.073
EXPORTS.
Corn, bush 43.782 Tar. bbls «^_'.l?
Oats, bush 53.080 Reflned pet. gals. . .2. 022. 1 PS
Peas, bush «70 Gasolene, gals S.7SO
Bear.s. bush 2.*6 Cotton oil. gals. ,n.VS|»
Flour, bbls 11.418 Lubricating oil. gals 102.«10
Flour, sacks 20.«e» pork, bbls I.WW
Cornmeal. bbls 367 Beef, bbls *■}}
Feed. Ib 000 Beef, tcs -.si 1
Oatmeal, pkgs 10. Bacon. n> J5-?£i ;
Bran. Ib 38.4( x), Hams. It) ST 2' 4 * ) :
Hay. bales... I.o»lLar.l. !b 936 i,\il
Whiskey, gals 1 .0"d Lard oil. gals «•»
OUmeal.lt) R1.250 Tallow. Ib I Sfo > SR
Spirits turp. gals.. 12,«n0 Grease, Ib "S-^?*
Rosin, bbls 1.727 : Putter. Ib «I'^
Pitch, bbls 13 1 Cheese, Tb 28.C80
CASH QUOTATIONS. i
Iron. Nor, No 1 My. slooo ! Cotton, middling 10.00
Iron. So. No 2 soft. . 17 78 1 Coffee. No 7 Ri0..... »%
Steel rails 2SOO [Sugar, granulated.... 4.80 i
L«ke copper Ingots. . 18 70 I Molasses. OK. prime 33 ,
Tin ...... T 37 25 >lJeef. family 5 i?I« I
Exchange lead 575 Beef hams 21.3 ;
Spelter 6«S Tallow, prime ■ i
Wheat. Nr. 2 red... «o T 4l'ork. me 55 .......... 10 2 ., I
Coin. No 2 mixed... S«H Hogs, dressed. 160 Tb . «V* ;
Oats. 2« to 32 Tb 33 I Lard, prime 8 80S* *> J
Flour, Mpls. patents 450 |
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York. August 1. l»on.
COFFEE — The coffee market wa* active again to-day,
sales for the day being about 97.000 bags, which Is only
a little under the total of yesterday. Prices were some
what Irregular, tut the un> ertone of the market seemed
healthy, and there were evidences of a further broaden
ing out of investment demand. The opening was 5 points
lower to 5 points higher, the decline being due to disap
pointing cables and the advance to the development or
a big general demand as the call progressed. The buying
came from all directions, and was sutnclent to firm, tlie
market up during the middle session, with prices at one
lime showing & net advance of [email protected] points. Just before
the close however, there was heavy realising, and the
market finished the day steady, but net unchanged to 5
points lower. The Kurorean markets fell considerably
short of meeting local expectations, and were influence.!
presumably by proflt taking after the recent ndvan. c.
the continued free movement, and possibly by predictions
for «n Increase in the world's visible supply for the
month of July tc about double the Increase for the same
month last roar. Havre was unchanged to >* franc lower
nt the hcur of the local opening, but later rallied H frtiiic
on the flrmne-« here. Hamburg closed unchanged to V»
pfg lower. Of the Brazilian markets, lllp was 78 . rc:s
lower, and the rate of exchange was 1-ICJ lower On the
other h*nd the weather In lirazU continued cold, though
temperatures were hardly lew enough to suggest actual
dan.ape and a private cable dispatch was received stating
that there would be no delay of consenuence .a securtnic
tie Presidents signature to the Valorisation bill. The price
of one of the. leading brands of package coffee was ad
vanced ¥•« "or It). The market for spot coffee wai firm
Cn T&%ant ß of co^ntrlct prtce^iJ the local market to^ay
was as follows: Tester-
August . OPe 7 »\S T.^« J^o
fliHi — — II I
E?. =ia m a If |
or-.-:::::::::,o> 730 B *.*V(O •••!*• »
XK J.;.:;::::::::u)J .;.:;::::::::u) -.™ t.bo jigfe* ijo
Airtl 760 7.00 7.fio ".K&t.m 1.53
t££* x« 775 7(!5 7.^,70 7.nr>
£** 77(> 775 7.70 7.70»»7 73 7.7i>
july ;:.v.::::::::::: ::t:» is* ■« 7.75©7.50 -
COTTON -The cotton market was very quiet d < u . rln «
to-day's session, wiles for the day being estimated at
only '.VOio bale:- which would be hardly more than a
fair dai-a business for or.c of the large wire and com
mission" houses during an active market Prices nuctuate.l
within a range of about 5 or 7 points, and closed steady
at a net advance of 1 to 3 points. The opening eras
steady at a decline of 1 point to an advance of 1 point
In response to cables, which were about as expected., and,
a featureless weather map. Trading was dull, but prices
nagged off under a little local selling. an.l at one time
during the morning were about 2 to 4 points net lower.
In the afternoon some of the room traders began buying
on a moderate scale In an effort to force in some of
the smaller shorts, and the market rallied, with the rinse
at practically the top. Two private reports were issued.
"The Journal of Commerce" reported a deterioration for
the month of 1 per cent to 61.7 per cent, against 52.7
per cent lost month, and a report issued by a prominent
local authority showed a deterioration of about 1.2 per cent
to 52.7 per cent, aratnst 83.* per cent last montK. The**
private condition reports have l«en Issued so far, giving the
condition In a percentage, and these reports have closely
confirmed one another, showing a deterioration of from 1
to Hi per cent for the month.. The government's report
last month was 53. 3 per cent, and the August repirt last
year was 74.!» per cent, against VI. •'. per cent during the
bumper crop year. The August condition figures will be
Issued by the. Department of Agriculture on Friday.
The range of contract prices in the local market to
day was as follows:
Tester-
Opening. High. Low. Close. day.
August o>7 0.07 ».O7 9.5W!?? J».t>S 8.95
September 10. Oft HMO 10.07 10 11J?1O12 lO.fl*
October 10.23 jo £<; 10. IS 10.25910.20 10 22
November jo. 10. 2» 1 0. 24
r«v-emt.er 10.32 10.35 10 2S 10.34910.35 10 31
January 10.87 10.30 10.34 10.5Ai010.40 10.36
February - — 1< 1 .42'510 44 10. 41
March 10.4S 10.50 10.47 [email protected] 10.4»
The local market for spot cotton was quiet with
prices unchange.2 at 10.»> c for middling upland and
ll.ir.c for middling Oulf; sales. 5,300 bales. Southern
.•pet markets were telegraphed as follows: Galveston
steady, unchanged at lO%c; eales. 1.113 bales. Mobile
dull. uncnanjed at 10% c. Savannah quiet nn-i steady,
unchanged «t 10 tt-lCc. Norfolk »teady. unchanged at
lie; sales. 7« boles. Baltimore nominal. M»c lower at
II '«c. Augusta quiet, unchanged at lie: sales 297 bales.
Now Oilcans steady, unchanged at 10* c; sales, 1,f..V»
Mies. Memphis quiet, unchanged at 10% c; sales 100
bales. ' "
FLOUR AND — Business In flour yesterday was
limited to moderate F'z«d lots winter straights and' Kan
sas clears. Prices, while barely steady, were not quot
ably altered.. Spring patents. $4 3.1-{fss 13: winter
straights. $?. 7091365: winter latent. $4'Jls4 25; spring
clears. S3 45495.* > . S8; extra No. 1 winter. 93 15093 40. and
extra No. 2 winter. $:■ !X>ii*:! 1 0. RYE FLOUR—
Quoted: Pair to good. $3 .".ry*.'! 90; choice to fancy.
Kt9softlO. CORXMEAL— St.Mdy. Quoted: Kiln
dried. 137561290. as to brand. RAGMF.AL— Steady.
Quoted: Fine white and yellow. $1 [email protected]$l 2.*«. coarse.
$1 10g*l 12, FEED— W. "tern dull; city dull. Quoted:
Western spring. $13 25; standard middling. $20 in 100
lb sacks; flour ■In. $22*0; red do,f. $23 all August ship
ment: city bran. $10 50 bulk. |2O. r .o^s2i sacks, middling.
$21 r.ngs24 TO; re.i dog, KB BO; hominy chop, ?2X 50 bulk
132 70 sacks; oilmeal, $2s> roQs.".i».
GRAIN — WHEAT — Although wheat (rave some evl
(fences of strength around the opening there was no good
support to the market until near the close, when reports
that a larg* export business had been worked advanced
prices about %c from tlie lowest cf the dcy. which wera
al. a o the lowest for the season. On the late curb there
was a further advance in September from 80Hc to S<»Tic
putting the market back to where it closed the previous
night. The opening strength was based entirely on stead
ier cables than were expected, and some news from
Russia to the effect that crops in the, southern part of
the country ha.l deteriorated. A Broomhall cable from
Odessa al«o said the weather was overcast and that a
genera! strike had taken place among grain laborers. This
upturn was the sl«nnl for a lot of commission house and
other felling under which prices quickly declined, ruling
heavy at m'.dinv and most of the afternoon. Receipts
and favorable reports from the Northwest comprised the
prlncjpal bearish Influences. For the day the Western
arrivals were 1.4!H»,0M) bush, compared with 1.:>44.000 bufh
last year. During July Chicago received 7.704.000 bush.
of which abo-Jt 75 per cent was soft winter. I/oat yar
the arrivals were 2.010,000 bush, and the previous largest
receipts on record were in IMS, when the total for tho
month was «, (81. 000 bush. Clearances for the day. how
ever, were more liberal, especially fiour. of which 71.000
barrels were export.- 1 .!. A Knnsis City paper estimated the
wheat crop of Kansas at ;»o ooO.OUt bush, or 30.000.000
above some of the estimates obtaining earlier In the sea
son. Liverpool closed partly VI net higher, and other
foreign markets wer" without Important changes. Sale*
on export account were about 110 10-ul» in all positions.
making practically 3W> loads or 2 400.000 bush, so Mr
this week. The cash matket In New York was quoted as
follows: No 2 re.l. 80Hc elevator and SO'ic fob nfloat;
No 1 Northern Duluth. 854 c and No 2 hard winter.
7R*«c fob afloat. CORN — In sympathy with ether mar
kets, corn opened stronger. aided by complaints that sec
tions of Illinois were still too dry. Heavy pressure In
Septeml er soon developed, however, and there was a t>e~
vie break in that option which extended later to the
whole list. Until the last few minutes me market wss
In a vorv weak pr«i»|rn at n cent tinder the previous
right on September, and private reports rlaimir-s that
more showers were exported In the central belt. The final
rnily In prices of about *»c from the low point was based
on coverings an.l th« steadloevs in wheat. Total primer-.
receipts were 377.000 hush, compared with 431.000 bu?h
last year. Liverpool closed -i&VI net lower. The cash
market in Ne v York was easy, clnsintr as follows: No 2
corn. 55V»c elevator an* MVsc fob aflf«t: No '_' white.
.vt.- and No 2 yellow. 58e. fob afloat. OATS— early
n-.arket for oats was firmer en Russian news .in<l a let
ter pxb it demand, but -..01 followed other grains be
comlrs quite weak in the afternoon. in the fa- of ex
nort Imslnem amounting to ISO.rOO hush. The cash mar-
Vet was easy. . lostrtr as follow- M > ■■ ' "•! ti> '.'■" !»> n>
nominal: natural white, SO to 33 n>. 38®30Hc. an! clipped
white, 3a 10 40 m. l2«*4Hc. RYE— Nominal.
NEW YORK PRICES.
Tester -
Wheat: Opening. Hli»h. I-ow Close. dnv
Septemtxrr m 3-1(1 hi 5-10 Hi S— l4l HoS >i,t,
IV. ember „M' 4 «4 s:'. S3 s i fa l» 1C
May «?H SO 4 « 0-10 ?s*i 83T«
Corn—
Beptemher M*« :,r>\ r.r.^ RAT* tarn
December r,4»4 54 '4^ r.-»S 55
METALS— TIN* There was an advance of Ma in the
London tin market, which closed at £171 2s< Cd for spot,
and at £171 7s 6d for futures. Locally the market was
quiet and about unchanged .:i the average, with »i>ot
quoted at 57.00A37.50i COFFER was a little lower In
the English market, ivltii spot dosing ut £^1 17k rtd. and
futures (it t^l 7.s Cd. locally the market was firm In lone,
with bid pries a shade I.U-h.-r. l*l>» is Quoted at
18.02'ryis if.c. electrolytic at 18.37'4|MH.r<0c. and -a«tin^
at 1H.<N»915.2.V. LEAD was unchanged at 8.750 locally
In London it was Is 3d lower, at £lrt 12s ti.i SPELTER
waa ,:n--h:ii!nril at I'M I* in I<ondon. bin »a.<- fhrm
■ml a little hlirher locally, at «j?«.10c. IRON wus higher
In the English ir.nrket. with j-tai><"ard foundry ..I
at Z<h- 11.1 and Cleveland warrants at .Ms SI. Locally
no change was reported No 2 foundry Northern is
quoted at 1*.25«T15.7R>. Exports of copper for the month
were 17, 50(» tons, making the total so far for the season
110.274 tons, iiKH'.n.-t 14H.270 last year. The market
for pig Iron certificates at the Produce Exchange rule.l
dull «!l day, with prices partly lower. No sales stand
ard foundry giadrn ar« quoted us follows: August. 17.250
18c; September, October and November, !7.50915c: De
cember. 17.5»«H7.X0c.
MOLABSES AND BYRUPS— Pyrura were steady, but
quiet, with mola»*e« moderately active and steady at
former prices. Quotations follow: New Orleans centri
fugal, common. 14010 c; fair. 10411Hc: good. 1*320. .
prime, l*4jf»»t. New Orleans C p«n k>etUe. 30©38. SYRUX'a,
: common. !l'jlO< fair - l'3lTc; goo.l, lSO2ocr<"'-p:Jme.'.
i.'-!/-!. i'lrjor. "i~itt±\<. f39tMKM*MvM|nMfcNSOMmBPBQ
OrifS— Cottjr.s«<;i oll'was -steady to f.rtn >-ste. <-n
j;oo«l Luyl-ig c: August It Imp* local interest*. TrcJlas,
v.as or « prnrssiuiiai natu:». yuotniloi,s v<*r» about un
chanted. Sal-is: aoo Autuat st 8814 c. 3.10* Aos •!•<• at
rs>!ic, and 2») December «t 31 fie. Unseed oil was ■■>-
chsnted. refined petroleum mln fair demand at recent
prY«». Wo quote: I*FTSM)LBUM. standard white, bble,
7.7' X-; bulk. 4. We: Philadelphia 7.«< V: bulb. 4.88 c; refined,
cases, Now York. JO2«c. Fhll» jelphta. 10.15 c; water
white. N>w York. bhla. ».7Oe; bulk. «.<•>: Philadelphia.
■VCB; bulk. f1.53c: water white. cat**. New York. 18 20c;
Philadelphia. 13.15 c. COTTONSEED OlU— Prime erode,
fob mills. »c nomiral. early now crop; prime summer
yellow. August. :W«ittlsSc; *>i.t*ir.N»r. ST%*Me; Octo
ber. 34V«©350; November. M©324c; December. SI 1 -®
;tlVc, January. 3W»<j\"U!c - : prims white. 43c: prlma'winter
yellow. 43c. UNSEED OILr-Amerlcan seed, city raw.
St<4f3Bc; out-of-town raw, aT'tjOc; Calcutta, raw. 68c.
LAIID OIU aSvTic
PROVISIONS — Tlm liberal run or hogs In connection with
easier yard priors weakened i.ru.isi:.ns early. There was
little rally In lard or ribs. Inn pork had considerable ad
vaiK» after the ..perrng en support treat packers and com
mission house buying. Finally the whole nuik't improved
a little with grain. Chicago receipts were £VOt)O hoes:
estimated on Thursday. 2*. 000 Kansas City received
14.000; Omaha, li.ouu. and the West. SO.n©.». . PORK
steady: quoted: Mess. $19&S1I»SO; family. $10 CO; short
clear. $lTl?sUt. BEEP steady; quoted: Mess. *H»is»W).
family. $IWiMO.~o. packet. $U'g>si» CO; extra liu'.la mm
Sir,fi?l6. BSEF HAMS staady; quoted at *-->[email protected] 50.
I>RKSSED HOGS easy: quoted: Bacon*. Ocr ISO re Sic;
100 It). !»Hc; 140 lt>. »Hr; pigs. 10©l«' 4 c (TTMEATS.
p'ckled bellies steady: Quoted: Smoking. 130134 c; 10 15.
12Hc: IS th 12c; 14 lh. 11 20; pickled shoulders nominal.
quoted at S'~O*"c; pickled hams steady, quoted at 13Vi«J
12*ic. TALIOW stca.ly; quoted: City. sc: country, 4"i©
r.Vic. LAUD easy; •quoted: Middle West. pYlme; S.SO#
8.00 c: city lard easy, quoted at SHe; refine. 1 lard easy;
quoted: south America. 10?; Continent. !>.2oe; Braill.
keg». 10c. COMPOI'XD firm, quoted at 7%©7fic.
fTEARINE firm; quoted: Oleo. 0&c; city lard stearlne.
10 Vie.
RICE — was firm, with good rales movement at
home and at Southern points. Quotations follow: Do
mestic. screenings. SH©3%c: second heads. 434* c;
choice heads. 4%®4%c; fancy head*. 5175 Vac; extra fancy
heads. s%et3c; Japan, domestic. 4^<R4%c: Patna. 5H©
b%c; Java. 4%oSiac; Rangoon, in bond. 2U©CHc.
SUGAR— Business In reHned sugar was fairly active,
with undertone firm and prices unchanged, with th« net
basis 4.»0c less 1 per cent cash for granulated. Prices
quoted are net lens 1 per cent for cash: Cut loaf and
crushed. 5.50 c; mould A. 6.13 c; cubes. 5.05 c; XXXX
powdered. 4.8.V: powdered, coarse powdered and fruit
powdered. 4.»0c; Eagle confectioners' granulated. 5.0.V;
Eagle coarye and extra fine granulated. 4.00e; Eag'.e 2 lt»
cartons. 2 Ib bags and 5 Ib hup* of fins granulated 4.85 c;
Eagle tine or standard granulated and diamond A. 4.80 c;
confectioners* A. 4€sc: No 1. 4.45 c: Xos 2 and S. 4<Oc :
>-o *. 30 ? 1 No 5. 4.25 c: No 0. 4.20 c; No 7. 4.15 c: No 8.
£; 10c i., No i »• 40D :No 10 - -* c : Ko 11. 3.«1c; No 12. 3.90 c:
Nos 13. 14 and 18. 3.88 c. London reported some advance
in prices for sugar beets, with August quoted at Ss 7SO
ana September at 8s Slid. The local market was quiet.
■i x \\, V-} 11 firml >' h « !l i on *»>•« old duty paid tasl» of I **
3 13-lflc for »tt t«-st centrifugal. :H4c for £9 tent musco
vado and 3c for 89 test molasses sugar. Receipts for th«
week at the four United .states porU were 45.432 tons,
against 45.451 tons the week before ana 24 684 tons same
UE^ro year Stock ls 320.800 tons, compare.! with
J : ? . ton the previous week and 205.70.1 tons sam«
week In 1005. Meltings were 47.000 tons, against 47.000
tons previous week and 39.000 tons last year. The Amer
ican bought a quantity of i"uba sugar for August ship
ment at 2 .-lf«\ basis 95 test, equal to 3.83 c duty pnt-1.
80 test, and late yesterday Philadelphia bought 13.000
bags Cuba centrifugal afloat at 2tS-Mc basis 05 test
equal to 3.86 c duty pal.!. 9« test. Now there is nothing
offerod except a few lots for prompt shipment. Porto Rico
at 3 Tie. basis 90 test.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
„,,,... ■' '1" _;" New York. August 1. 190e.
BEANS AND PEAS— Not much dotmr in marrow
beans, but the price Is held steady. Medium ana i>ea
are slow and In buyers' favor; slight concessions are
being made, erpecially on round l,|ts. K»4 kidney heM
firmly, with some export sales at 33 02VtJ*» 05 Yellow
eye a tittle firmer |T1 tone, with Kome holders asking
$1 «<). Scotch peas steady. We quote: BEANS, marrow
choice, per bush. $2!>.-.§s3; fair to goo.l. S26o<?£!DO;
medium, choice. JlM'.s; common to goo.l. *1 50{f*l *<■,■
pea. choice. |1 «0; fair to good. $1 45**1 55; red kliinev.
choice, *3 02Vi?T$3 05; fair to good. $:» 759*2 Wi white
kidney, choice, $3gs3 1.": black turtle sour. ?3 2T.*i s-\ 35;
yellow eye. $1 BO#S1 35; lima. California. S2 95<|$3.
GREEN PEAS. Scotch. $1 l".fi?l 17"..
BUTTER— Receipts to-day. 12.322 ikgs. The market
maintains a firm position on choice and fancy creamery,
with very good trading; local Jobbers are buying mo.i
erately, but speculative operators are taking hold with
some force, and there Is also export Interest. Prices are
not quotably changed, but a larger proportion of the
business is at our outside figures. All the Western
packings from farmers' butter are firm and in sellers'
favor. We quote; Creamery, extras. 93 to 95 score,
per It.. 2! 021 (Mercantile Exchange, official quota
tion, extras. 21c); do firsts. l$» l *®'2o4c; do seconds. IS$
We; do thirds. lfiVi©l7Hc: state dairy tubs, fresh, fancy.
2Oe2OHc; do firsts. lh>sSll»c; do seconds. 17515.-; Jo
thirds. 153 16c; Western imitation - creamery, extras.
I* I.:'1 .:' ; do firsts, 16'»(S17c; renovated. e«ra?, l*',<t<!t
18c; dA firsts. lTVfc'glSc; do seconds. ISHOKHc;
do thlni?. 13^.^14Sc; Western factory, firsts. 1C14(817c;
do seconds. l.">';'g Ki'.ic; do thirds. 13<914^c; packing
stock. No 1. IC«IGHc; do No 2. 14S-815>4c; do No 3.
13© 14c.
CHEESE — Receipts to-day. 5.360 boxes. Trading con
tinues fairly active for fancy grades of small full cream
cheese, and holders about steady In their views. t<arge
full cream in moderate supply, but demand limited fr. in
exporters. Skims only moderately active, exporters
showing very little interest. Liverpool cable. 56s Cd for
white, and 55s Gd for colored. We quote: State, full
cream, large, fancy, 11 He; fair to good, ll'tjll'*c; <1o
small, fancy, llM:c; do fair to good. 104811 c: do in
ferior, S'SHk-; do half skims, large, best, B%c; do small,
beat, B%Ottc; do part skims, prime. ."^jiffSc: do fa;r to
good. «fl7c: do common. «fj6e; 'In full skims. lfi'-'o-
F.OGS- Receipts to-day. 14.01»l cases. Arrivals) con
tinue liberal and receivers are having difficulty in clean-
Ing ui> the medium and lower qualities, for which prices
rule weak, choice to fancy er«9 being relatively scarce,
are held firmly and there is demand enough for such
to absorb the supply. We quote: State. Pennsylvania,
and nearby selected, white, fancy. [email protected]; do choice.
22523 c; do ordinary to good. l»«21c: do mixed extra.
22923 c; do extra firsts. 20®21c; do firsts. lSs'aSlOc;
Western selected, best. ly^lO^c: do firsts, IbSISHc; do
seconds. t6fetjlTtoc; do thirds. l&HSltic: dlrtiea. 129
U l .hc; checks. «>9l2»ic. '- ■'
FRUITS— FRESH— Apple* continue in very good de
mand, an.l with light supplies prices are firmly sustalne.l
Pears are also selling well when of prime quality an.l
good variety Plums steady for choice stock. P« aches
show a wide range in quality and condition: the range of
prices Is without much change; fancy fruit meets a
fair demand, while general offerings are dull and pressed
for sale at comparatively low prices. Currants and all
sorts of berries continue of very irregular quality ana
condition- as a rule, choice, sound dry lots m«t a mod
erate demand, but poor and soft stock is pressed tor
site at any r •aaonabi.- offer Mu^inelon-. of tancy qual
ity are in good demand and firm, while inferior lots,
of which most of trie supply consists, are pressed for
Sale at low figures, and meet a very dull market. Fancy
wateni>elons are in Unlit supply, and such would l " ''
well but there are large offerings of .Hum and lower
g-^aie stock for which it is har.l toflnd an outlet at
f™. nr ->«ta»iU> urlce Hneapples »U«htly in sellers
SaT'do AHtrichan. prim-, ft »«» 2 ,1^ R °? a gr l^ R ?
Jnir *1 °->«*2 per bbl. *1 5(>S»4 50; do Ctapp's Fav..r
s uthc-i'li- T ; onte. per hbl. $1 5.»5*4 50: do CUpp's Fnv..,-
Ue " «Vtso«- 5" P*rkeg. *1 ".'/$-'. do liartlet!. Jersey
fSr* bll &fi*3 30: do Maryland ar.a Delaware, pn h «
bbl basket. #1 WS*l 75; do Catherine, per LW
p'Lu^-pe^Sr tSteSEiSiSk ££$£P.
basket 12 P3I6crpEACHEI.P 316crpEACHEl. Jer^y. r" bajke.t.. 25®r.oc;
£Ai\i. .;.. >..' "«.. ma*. ■;:< i;-'"' k :. ■„■;::"".;,;
An tffi Y'r^iriiri per l<t-!t> handle i.»>ket. 3 * l W*"c_. j*y
York and Pennsylvania per
n&mmm
per crate. SI 205»3 25; do Cuban. .scSsl .-.
■■H
to prime. 13®14c; do common to fair, lltfi-c. uo iw*.
POULTRY— ALIVE— Receipts to-day, 19 cars by freight
and about ore cur by express. Supplies are .very heavj
especially of chickens., an.l price? were finally ••"*£
this morning on the basis Of ia.f-r fowls 14c for oul ; K
ens and v for old roosters. Fowls selling fairly, but
chickens in large surplus an.l tesdlns to drag. C»}»*r live
unchanged We quote: CHICKBNR sprtnsj, IVestetn,
Southern and Southwestern, per Ib, 14c: FOWLS, per m.
We; ROOSTEHS. old. per tt>. .Me: TVHKEW .per ■» V»c;
DUCKS spring-. Lone Island, per Ib. ISHVI3c: do \\*s-
trn old per pair. IO#*Bo; do Southern ana Southwestern,
400«c:'ao iprlng. :!••<•; GEESE. Western, pec pair. Jli'i
fill s*r- do Southern and Southwestern. BOc; PIGEONS,
r.er pair IT. • DRESSEX>- 3upp!lei of fresh kil'.e.l fouls
continue very light and prices stesdUy held, though de
mand gel erally moderate. Spring chickens show a d*
cided Increase in the receipts from all sections, but more,
especially from Southern points, and pi ice* are ruling
weak and declining. Nearby spring ducks only moder
ately active, but held Bl>out steady. Bquabs plenty and
Slow We quote: Fresh killed. Icrd— TURKKYS. overuiro
lota, per It). 13c: do poor to medium, 11012 c: CHICK
ENS spring. 4 Ib per pair an.l under, Philadelphia, '".-y
picked, per rii. 17032 c: <!o New York nr..l Pennsylvania,
dry picked. 15910 c; do Western, cry picked, fancy, 4 1b
and over to pair. Italic. do average. 14!tfl7>e: <•© \Vf>;
€rn. scalded, fancy. i It) ami over to pair. 134J10C: tio'
average i:!'ul4c: d-> Southern ani Southwestern, avirsga
run. 18flJ4c; da poor, 10011 c: FOWLS. Philadelphia, dry
picked, per IT). 14 VI!'::*: do Western, dry picked, Hum
■tee, selected, 14' 1 . .i' heavy, ISHc lo aveiaee run,
ISHc; do poor to medium, IKS 13c: do Southern and goutb
western. 13 I *ai4c: do Western, scalded, medium sisei
selected, 14c: do average run. 13'jc: do poor t. medium.
HBlSc; do Southern anil Southwestern, U'i'4'-. I'OCKS.
old, dry picked, and scalded, per ID. »He; DUCKS, spring,
Long l»lanj and Eastern. 12912Hc; do other nearby.
12c: do old, Ix>ng Island an.l other nearby. l(>c: GEESE,
F;-Mng. I'astern. white. lSc: KQUABS. prime, large, white
per dozen. .'."'. «■-•:.-. do rr.lxei. $ 1 234*91 SO; do dark
»1 230*1 .17. do cul'.s. BOOUPc. Frozen— TURKEYS, hens
No 1. lHfrl'tc; do torn*. 18c: da N* ■ 2. 12914 c; do i>ld
tons. No 1, lT'-seiSo; CAPONS, Westers. 8 Ib and ore
ear),. lit do under » ro, lt!;T17c: lIItOrLERS. Cry picked
n-.Hk fed, 4 n> ami under to pair. lS'i"'ilc: do over + ">
'.r.'.r1.:.-. ,:■■ dry picked, 4 It, and under to pair, "No 1.
I<'><Jl7c: do over 4 lb. 12Vi®l.?c: do scal'lfil 4 n> and
under to pair, No 1. 15016 c: .1. No 2. lOffllc; CIJICK
KN'i?, r. firm, dry picked. No 1. vi, ilTi do No ".■ SQ
I-.. . FOWLS, per IT.. t<&l3c: ducks per ib -.~\iri<
.;kt:-f.. d< r Ib, s^iic v ' l
POTATOES AN'l> VEGETABLES— ArrivaIs vt Irish p>
tatocs are liberal an.l pries rule In buyers' favor. sw- el
potatoes an.l yams n»eel a fair demand; fnncy ctock might
brlnn a premium above quotations. Cabbag ■ Ilrni. m
lumbers and cucumber pickles in moderate supply, fair
(femand an.l Arm. Gre*n corn more plenty ant a shads
easier. EcgT'lants favor the buyer. Lima beans plenty
moving slowly and lower. On!ons irregular; much of
th« supply Is of ordinary quality or pour condition, an.l
for such prices rule very weak, while fan. sir., is tinTl.
Peppers quiet an.) outride quotations .xtreni.- Western
New York rre«-n i>- \* ant! string beans op*ne,l firm, but
dosed lower under liberal supplies an.l Uto delivery.
Tomatoes liracxlng hnvlly at low prices We quo! :
POTATOES. !*ing lslar.,l. per M.I »l sl>«sl 7:.. rlo J»r
rev >I •.:.•:< *1 *;•£: do per ban. «i 5O»I1 n>; do Delaware
and Maryland. p*r bbl. *1 25tr«l «2: «lo Virginia end
Eastern Shore »1 S.'«*l SO; .In Southern seoondr, W>StHip;
00 cullo. .ViW'i"-: SWEET POTATOES. Jersey, old, per
bi*ket. 7."m')«l 23; do Southern, yellow, per bbl. f3att;
Co white. *.'l'Bf3 Ct»: do yams, red. par bbl f3 60Q|3]
r.EETS and CARROTS, per WO bunches. ?1; do carrots
l» : lib] I20I3W; CABBAGES Lontt ;»lun.l „n 1 Jer»ey.
|<T ;"('' *'-">if4; do per bbl, BOc0fl; . 'I'MHKItS, Jersey
and I»'ng Island. per box. BB918c; ■!.. Unis; Is!an.l, it
ill $30K73: lo RockUnd County. 52 80Ot3: do \:, x
per basket l»vv*l: '!.> Norfolk, per oaT. Ktcfifl; cr
1 I'MI'KK PICKLES. Rockland County, per LOW, .*.:.i
jr. »>; f.n Jersey. *2f1?3: !o per bbl. II 7r.flV- ."■••. iOHX,
Hackensack. B*r 1<«. «IC*l 50; do ..ther .Terse;.-. :,>.!<;■
I'ELEHY. state an<l Michigan, per dosen l.'.i-i..- Jo Jer
»»y per do*en stalk». 10093 c: CAULIFLOWERS. Lena
Island, per bbl. 75c{?£i; EGGPLANTS. Jersey, per H
bbl basket. Oo<|oic; do per box. «U w oOc. do Norfolk, par
Financial.
To the Holders of the First Consolidated
Mortgage 5% 50-Year Bonds of the
Brooklyn Ferry Company of New York:
Default havtns been made upon the Interest doe A«*ust Ist. 1508. upon the aboro awr .ed
bonds, the undersigned, representing a large amount of saM bands, have organised as a com
mittee for the protection of the Interests of the bondholders. The Committee have prepared aa"
Agreement of Deposit, which la filed with the Depositary. KNICKERBOCKER TRUST COM
PANY, 66 Broadway. New York City. The held era of the said bends are invited to deposit
their respective bonds with said Depositary, which will issue its negotiable receipts or certifi
cates of deposit therefor.
Any plan for the protection of the Interests of the depositing bondholders which any be>
adopted by the Committee will provide that any depositor not assenting to such Plan, vhea
formulated, shall have the right, without expense, to withdraw his deposited' bar £.5.
Copies of the Deposit Agreement may be obtained upon application to the De;- sMgggl
New York. August tod, 1306.
CHARLES T. BARNEY.
JAMES JOLRDAN. 1
JOSEPH J. O-DONOMLE. Jr. f
GECRGE H. PRENTISS. ' C3l ™'««*
MARCUS MAYER 1
• THEODORE F. JACKSON. / *
H. M. DE LA.NOIE. Secretary jf Ctamltiei?,
■^ 66 Broadway. New Yorl^
Citations.
'piIE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
_ York, by the grace of God fre* and Indeveadect.—
Theodore Dloch. Jacques Bloch. Julten Bloe^ Alice Hloch.
Juliette P.uefT. Anna Levy, Florin* Bloch. Isaac Schwob.
Raphael Rchwob. Jeanne Schwob. I*ic!e Dtdlahelm.
Blanche in i»«lit!m. Armand Schwob. Rene Schwob.
Maurice Schwob. Armand Schwob (also known as Georges
I^-prevot). Samuel Geismar. Simon Uvismar. »ip!.ia
Schwob. Babette Berghelmer, Salmon Uetsmar. Sophie
Heijrhflm. Bertha Cahn. Rosa Grumba.li. I<eopoldtne
Manuel, Haon^hen Biighctmer, Bmelle Schwab. Josrphlne
Dreyfus. Salomon Berghelmer. Rosa Derfitelmrr. Marie
Leyens. Henriette Bar. Fanny Lane t>.ivt,l i;.rghtlin-r.
Sarah Lehman. MathiW? Dledesne.m. Famh Ouper.htlm.
Alphonre Dreyfus. Auguste Dreyfun. lttco<lore L<reyfus.
Emllle Plllods. Sylrain WUlnr.l ■« Wy.?-. louden :.r*>
rus. Maurice Dreyfus, Clemens* Ks'in. Emma Wyler.
Ern««t Dreyfus. Emille Dreyi' 1 Lronla Dreyfus. Maur
lea Dreyfus. Blanche Schwob. r»:>l Nordmnn. l^ouis*
Lehmann. Marianne Man, Sophie DavlJ, Alphone« V.V-or.
Anna Levy. Jacques Woog. Moi^e SchwoK Adtlphe
Schwob. Ciimille Stllng. Suzanne Schwob. Alfred S.
Heldeltach. an sjsai ■! 11 name! In lbs win of t'liar'es
Rubens, deceased, the t'.in an; next ••? kin of Cnar>s
Rubens (also known ts SaJU'icl Woog). deceased, sen.
Kro.:tln«: Whereas. Henry H. Icke!heir.ier. if the c'ly of
New York, has lately applied to the Surrosite's Court
of our county of New York, to hare two certain Instru
ments In wrltlnar. bearing date of the Sad day of January.
IIhW, and the »ith day of March. 11MJ6. respectively, relat
ing to both real and personal property, duly proved as
the last will and testament of Charles Huberts <als»
known as Samuel Woog>. late of the city of Paris. France,
deceased. Therefore you and each of you are cited to
appear before the Surrogate of our County of New York.
at his office in the County of New York, on the 12th day
of September, one thousand nine hundred and six. at
half-Ttast ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day. then
and there to attend the probate uf the said last will and
testament. And such of you as are hereby cited as are
under the age of twenty-one years are required to ap
pear by your guardian. If you have one. or If you navo
none, to appear and apply for one to be appointed, or
In the event of, your neglect or failure to do so. a
guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent
an.i act for you in the proceeding.
In testimony whereof we have caused the seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
[I* S.] York to be hereunto affixed. Witness lion
AJINER C. THOMAS, a Surrogate of our *-\ &
County of New York, at said county, the l<nh ■:. el
July. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hut. «}
and six. DANIEL. J. DOWDNBY. Clerk cf the Surro
gate's Court.
COCT>ERT BROTHERS. Attorneys for Petitioner. .1
Broadway. Manhattan. N. Y. City.
rpilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the Grace of God Free and Independent. To
r*mlly V. Johnston. George J. Bradish. Francis J. Zlm
mermann. William P. Zlmmermar.n. Arthur c. Zimmer
mann, Mary W. Gerhard. Agnes S. Zlmmermann. John
Johr.stone. Henry C. Johnston. William B. Johnston.
Eupheme S. John3ton. Mary W. Johnston. Margaret A.
Johnston. Krancla J. Hopson. William O. Hopfon. Annis
.T. Bryan, Paul G. Zlmmermann. Cyrus J. 7. romermar.:i.
William F. Zlmmermnnr, Charles F. Zlmmermann. Her
mlne C Johnston. Edith S. Johnston. Margaret S. John
ston. Bertha 7.. Bradish. Frederick Gerhard, Katherlne A.
Johnston. Charles Z. Gerhard. Paul Gerhard. Isabella
G«rhar.!, Edward A. Gerhar.l. 1111.1.-Bard" Gerhard. Francis
J. Gerhard. Howard Z>. Zlmmermnnri . Eleanor J. Ztmmer
mnnn. Helen Br«'li»h. George Johnston Bra.il^ri. Jr..
Michael Cahill Edwin W. Hopson. sent greeting; You
and each of you are hereby cited and required persona.
t.> be and to appear before our Surrogate of the County
nt New Tork. at the Surrogate's Court of said County.
heM at the County Court lions*, m the County of New
York, on the lSth day of September. 1908. at half-past
ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day. then and there
t > show cause why Francis V. Johnston* should not be
appointed to act with 1/tuls Morris Johnstons as Co
trustee of the trusts created nnder and by virtue of the
Last Will and Testament of Mary Williamson Johnston,
deceased, as successor to John H. Hlnton. deceased: and
such ot vcu as are hereby e'ted. as ore under the a?« of
twenty-one year*, are re<infrM to appear by yo-ir guar
dian. If you have on*, or If yon have nine, it, appear an.l
apply for on«» to he appointed, or In the event of your
neglect or failure to do so, a guardian will be appointed
by the Surrogate to represent and act for you in the pro
cceCins;.
In Testimony Whereof. We have caused the Seal of the
Surrop.ve's C>nr» of the ssM County of New
[Seal.] York to be rereunro affixed. Witness. Hon.
AHNEP. C. THOMAS, a Surrogate of *a!d
County, of the County of New York, the 11th <?av of
July. In the year of our I>>r(l ore thousand nine hun
dred and six. DANTRI^ .1. OOWPXEY.
Clerk at the Surrogate's Court.
rpilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK, far the Grace of God Free ant Independent:
To pol.-mT. T. Srttterwhtte. I.,'iry A. Cancadr. John C
SatterwMte. Mill*--! S-merwhite. Mary Currtn and
f>therlne ""'i-rn. all rf fajl nre. the heirs and next of
kin of Jam*? A. ?atterwhi?f>. <le.-»Ts-*>l, fen.l greet
ing: Whereas William H. B. Satterwhite has lately ap
plied to the Surrogate's Onurt cf otir County of New York
to have a certain instrument In writing, relating to both
real nnd personal property, duly proved as the last Will
nnd Testament of James A. Satterwhite, late of the
County of New York, deceased. Therefor*, you and each
of you are cttM to appear before the Surrogate of our
County of New York, at h's office in the Canary of N>t
York, on the 7th day of September, one thnvian.l rin?
hurdred and six. at half-past ten o'clock in th.- forenoon
of that day. then and there to attend the prr.l»:o of the
sail li«t Will end T>.t»mer,t
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF W* have caused (be Seal
of the Surrogate's Court of the said County of New York
to he hereunto aSlxert.
Witness. Hon. Abn»r C Thomas. Surrogate o? cur said
rvunty of New York, at saM County th*
[Stal. 1 tit. 1 lay of .Inly, in the year cf our" 1/ rj
one thnnsmd rln* hundred irif! ;'i
T'ANMKT. .T. pnwnN'ET. Clerk of the Surrogate 1 * C'm-t
HARRY W. MACK. Attnrnev for Petitioner. 15 William
St.. Manhattan. New York.
■JJHK PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York by the grace of God free and indeoen.lejt.— To
Mary K. Pnlne. William James Punphy. Kiltie ffewyer
Frank rvinnhv. Mlltr.n PcnpJly. Mabel ' r>u*phy. T'mnli
ritirii K.lith Punpliv. Emma l>. I>-inphy. Catherine X
Barnirnnt. I^uNa n. Fitz. M'r.rle Fllnn ard Alice Jame
son, the heirs nnd next of Uin of Martha A. Roby. «le
roni-ed. ren.: Rreetlnv: Whereas, Aaron P. ftarrabnM of
the r-itv of New York, has lately aiiplietl to to flrrt -
pate's rv^irt of <,ii r County of N*«w York, to have a
certain instrument In writing, dite.l October 24. J00:.
relating to lot!-. re->! an i personal property, <*■!'.-.• prtvcl
»s r!ie lost will an<l te-timent of Martha A. Robv. late
of the bounty of New York. deceased, therefore you and
eaoli or \*^u ar<» cite! to apoeir before the Sumgnte of
rur Cnorit» of New York, at hi* office in the County of
New York, on the ISth ,lay of September, one th.»>.i
•-.Tr.il nine hundred ard six. at half-past ten o'clock In
the forenoon of that d^v. th-n j>r..l there* to attend i\«
probate ..' r>>e said last will and testament. Ana «U'\h
of you as me i-eri.jr cited as are un:ler the as* of twet^
tv-one years are require,! to api.'nr by your guardian, i\f
you hare ore-, or If yon hive none. M appear and »ppl.»
tor oaw to be appointed, or in the event M your ceglera
or fuiltire to do so. a irnMi^n will b? appointed tho»
SMrrnmte to rej>r.-->enr nnd act for you in the pnvee.lirc
I:; ti stlnmn? whereof we have caused the seal of the
Parroaßte's Court of the wmM (">irtv of New
fl» S.I Y'ir'i to be h'-eimt-. ar7lxe<l. Witness. Hon.
ACNKR C. THOMAS, a Surrogate of our
sail Comity or New York nt said ceurtv. the 17th day of
July in the year of cur 1* r.l •n- Thousand nine hundred
an.l six. DANTEZ. J. POWDNEY.
Clerk of th» Purro rate's Court
CHAntjfs r HAUjOCK. Attorney for Petitioner. No.
SORT. Boston RoaA. N«rtv York C\ir.
l«r'r|P» r-mte •!; LIM\ P.HANS. Ra«fteMßek, per bag.
$2 L." '-if.' "rfi- tio Fouth .T-rsev. pr.tnto. per hnn «l*l*i»2 :
<:•> flat SI: do potato, per «* bbl basket. IWN9 .".(>: do flat.
M - -„..| ;:. ,1,, v>. vl ,r> : ard r»«terr Fhf«-e. ...rat-, per
••• bbl M«k»t »*re23O; da flat. $1 239*1 SO: >'.t tn
f.'r'or SOcflfl: LETTUCE. mnte), m *» bt.l basket. 2'
r?"«.' ( -r, nearby per »>M. •'.< l ii7.".-; da n»r bi«k*t. n>-f?4>;
ONIONS ' >ranire Conntv Per bar. 9f41)l 80; do S>.-1
ter [stand per bbl. SJ'-<*2 55; ■♦« of"" !..■>•>•,• t-larl .mi
jr r ,, v " re \l pn.l ye»»rw. p*r bbl *2«?2 £5: .' ■ ,I'rffT.
white per bnrket. SI 123*1 50; do yellow. 910*133 do
HeUtwarn .--. 1 MsrvHn.l. whl ■• per bn«'i prate. TVS?] 25;
,!. Maryland »n1 Vlrginn. white. ,or I.M. *2fiM: fn x»>
lit. i>er '- bbl basket. 7.VW«I: do per hhl, *Jfi^2 2*.; <lo
Ken»u« "'V ""• bas. *1 SttWl S5; do Texas. i*t crat».
ntfSISS: OVIU. Southern. i>» r carrier Mftfl SI do
Jersey par l.<*»- IMIM »i PKPr.'irs. Jersey. r*r bbt
*1«('i 50 '"<■> per !2! 2 '"'I basket. T*\U">e; .'•> x>t !■ ■•». 4i>
«.c.(^. i»o Norfolk, per basket <-r rite. 4ftf>mv : PB\S,
Western N« w Tort lare*. per basket. "■•«'! 12; r',> j>e
baa - 4?* He: STftlXO HKAN3. Etat*. rr»«>n r*r basket
■mi '..«! 12: <' n wax. 75r<j.*i: -Ir> per Ma '"'i", . ,;„ n.-Jr
by „t i--k ■■'. or i'ic r.ii'!}'".-; SQT'A«H. marrow, ler
i.j.i ,*.i '?l do yellow rrrwkneck and white. "* t"".
TOMATO*^. Sjnnmouth •>>-"'v t<" basket. 4<VQII; Jo
f--t > - Jersey. -5B«»>c; "i'l'.Nll .-. Jersey, rutabaga per
lb\ ISC.
:..li.K ANn CHKAM— Ti;e i'.v-'-intr. prlci" reirmir.s «t
a 1a 1 - rents a quart net to the shlj.^er hi the :••. ■■ n: 2Be
The re-.'eipt.' of rell!c ani cteam In 4<>-.|uart cars for
the week ending July - s we:e as follows:
Milk. Cream
Erie ?4.7t>7 l.«l
susru-i hanna 12I"» 1 n!M
West Rhi r> 17.0-3 1 fIU
Ivickawar.na 41.20 ii •» •."*•>
N w York Ccntr-tl doni? hauH I»V7IV> !-«■■>
New TtKk ' tr.t'i! .11-ir'.rti 1 lii.*J"«> 07 •
i mtnrlo . . 4S ::7ii s,su
I*>hlKrt Valley 2S .v:* 1 :ti t
Homer Wamsdell I^ne 4>7"» TO
New Haven * ".'V» -. -
Other sources sV9lt> 210
Totals 247.7i'7 tn.r>«A
MAY AND STRAW—HAY— The market heMs th» . ur
11.! raws «>f th.- week for all useful lines of bar. •»"•!
n»w cr •<• for 1 ro« tlrfc to .-. me is not likely to varr
The strenvth of the mark"! T^'re In no Urge bujrlaf
aiiea.i at >ho moment. STRAW— toe* rye hold* '*■«{
price. Choice expected t.. do better R» better grwdes nf
rye me forward. We- .iu..t- -Vr 10 fA? per ljH IN
Hay — Prime large bales, per U«> n>. $1 * ; No 1.
»7Urnil; No.. 2, W«!.7'»c: Sn. 3. 70073ei •»>'»2 > Jns:J n 5:
OOOflUc; clover. mimed. be»t. 758"« Or: otter. -'tV'Wc
clover, clsar. (Xi4|o(k>. Receipts «l Hi usa .aw m
Ft fiflUCIoI
Trust Companies.
Bowling Green Trust Co.,
26 HROADWAY. NEW YORK. ,**.
Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, 53,000,000
<•> Hi i !:-
EDWIN GOULD •'- ." '-'... President
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR - Ist Vice-President,
CHAS P ARMSTRONG - 2d Vice-president
JOHN A HILTON - - 3d V..Pres. & Tr**«,
WILLIAM M LAWS ..... Secretary
m. , * niKKcronss
Charles P. strong.' Myron T. Herrick, ='
Frank BraiMtd, Edward I Jeffery, ;
Harry Bronner. ' William M Laws. ■
Robert C. Clowry, «* Willis Merrill,
Edmund C. Converse, Winslow S. Pierce, .
Wra. Nelson Cromwell, Dick S. Ramsay,
Grenville 11. Dod-e. Frederick B. Schenck,
A Goenel, Andrew Squire.
Ed;vm Gould. William H. Taylor,
Frank J. Gould. Edward R. Thomas,
George J. Gould, John P. Truesdell.
John A. Hilton, E. T. C Yonng.
Fihti'u iul .l/,- r ti i^s.
>,*OTICn OF ANNUAL MEETING.
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF r * : )
WELLS. FARGO * COMPANY.
Too are b*rtby aotlfled that the neat Aasnssl ir»»tl-« i-<
til* £ tor:, holders of said company for th* election of I':.--<;
tors for the ensuing sear, and the transaction of meat
other business ma may come before th* meeting, will %m
held la the off .•« of the Secretary of th* Coeawsa* 51
srj&r«%rS3 am sts t - od Tku ~ u '- vv — f
<Jn h^^S!L7 1 |^ k ' M w i n *• cto -« »*• -• -
a. a PARSONS. insta>
Notice of Summons.
gUPREXIE COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK— Peter Ilrrcne. Plaintiff, against WatiisjH
Simon. William Clark. Theodor* Kieval and "liar:."
Kieval the wife of said Theodore Kieval. the said nan a
"Mary" being fictitious, her real Christian nan* beint;
unknown to plaintiff. Defendants. Trial «sitresl In, U".a
County of New York. Summoaa. To the above nam^i
Defendants and escti of them:
You are hereby summ ,c*-l to answer the) esaci asai 'a
this action and to serve a cciy of your aaasrer «a ■aS"
Plaintiffs Attorney within twenty days after tee SSilhS)
of this suin,m>n« exehtslve of the day ef aerrieei sad ta
ease of your failure as appear or answer. Jo««n>*Bt wCI *
I"- taken against you by default fur the relief dexaas^.l '
in the comilaint. -
Dated July 22.i. ISXW.
WILLIAM T. CROAK. Attorney for Plaintiff; 0H..« an 1
Post Office Address. 22!» Broadway. New Tors) CUy.
To the defendants. Theodore Klevat ana '•atary" atlerajL
the wife . f said Theodora Kieval the said name "3lsry"
being fictitious; her real Christian name being unknown to
plaintiff:
The fires, .ir.« sunimcns Is served uron you by pubtl
catton. pursuant to an order of the Hon. James A.
Klunrhar.l. a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Stats)
of New York, dated the S-tth day of July 10** «nd filer!
with the oinir-iiint in the . fflce of the-nerS of the)
County of New York, at the County Court House la that
ltorough of Manhattan. City. County and State of **•
Ycrk. on the 2T-th day of July. U0& * " "
Uatr-I July :3th. l»m.
WILLIAM T. CHOAK. Attorney or plaintiff- OOn a 1
PWI Office Address. S» Brusjd—y' New ' Tcrt CUy.
Surrogates' Notices.
TN PURSUANCE OP *»N ORDER OF II OX.
"*■ Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County c* N«w
York, r.oi'ce Is hereby givru to all peraens baying claims
•gains: Anderson Kuwler. lal« of the County of SS
York, deceased, to present the same w.th Touchers taerea*
M the subscribers, at their plat*e of trunsacttna fcuaiE»i<*
at the office of Ktchar.l H. Kelly. No 170 Brusaiwayiat
■.he Borough cf Manhattan, in th* City uf Nets York,' 04
cr b*-foi-« th* tenth «lay of October next.
liaied New York, th* » ■« ent;--»eventa day at MaMSk
ESirt.T rOWI-KR. 1
ARTHUR A. KOWLTn. r- 1 \*am
ROBERT 11. FOWLER. '
RICHARD R. KELLY. Attorney for Executor*. 1T»
Broadway. Borcugh of Manhattan. New York C!ty.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF HOX.
1 Abner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of Nrw
York, notice Is hereby given to all persor.a bavins i ialaaa
against Arza C Heck. late of trie County of New Tor*.
deceased. Tv present the nm« with Touchers thvrcuf «a>
:r.» sut'scribei-s, at their pia-« of tram-act in* business at
the ctttce of Thompson, Vanderpoel A Freeiinaan. Attor
neys. John J. Kreedman. <"oaaMel. at No. 2 Wai! guess.
in trie C«ty of New Yurk. Borough of Manhattan. or. «•>
tcfora the first .lay of October next.
Lut-i New York, the twenty-clg&th day of bbbbbbß
IMC.
JOUK A. PEC2C.
WILLIAM 11. PECK.
THOMPSON VANDERPOEI. * FREEWUN. X Til ills MM
for F!«ec«tor»
JOHN* I. FREKDMAX. Counsel. * Wall Mm' ■■■
York City.
City Hotels.
1 —ELEGANTLY FVRNISHED APARTMCXT pr -.-.t,
• bath. *1 •.<► dally: Includinp meal.*, two. $25 waajß
cne. $I±Z". VAN I2ENSSKUAER. 17 East lltl» »l.
Saratoga.
V —SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.— N'n Cotaajbtia
-^x« Hotel. «>ri«*i ■- Corsareaa Sprtnss and Convaotloa
Hall. TVims. European. $2.50 tally, inclttdtns bath: Ams»
I -an. {::.&>.
ions report* d at Prnduc* Rachsmc* at Boon to-dai :
llodsoa Hiv«r Railroad. 280 t.^nj; Erie. 420; IVnnsyl
v 1 la. *0: Delaware. Lackawanna « Western. 90; Ls
i*:h Vnlley. 30; river boats. ir.<» ; canal SS«. Total.
EM tons For week. i*.l*» tons. Receipts of ry*
suvw. m> t^ns. For we»«. .•«%» tens. Export* of hay fa*
»« «k. •1 baits: T.. Manchester. l.fW»; Liverpool. 2.1:13;
Loiveoa. -.<>«... Havana. S,«i»>s; Port Ltmon. 2W. Colors.
LI- varirus. iu> Tj'al. i::.:u> ba>s.
T< <«!... Av.sj I— CLO\ EH»=KEl>— «*a*h. *7 li; • vtober.
f*i -.., December. $7 25. Ti3*«>THT— Prime. «2 0». .VU-
SlKl* MA
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
(':■■ - . » , ,it-i>>.
(tlct«o. ■:.: I.— CATTIJI-Revelvts. 21.0f> h<;ad: assf*
Uct f.-i her: blea<T> ; othtfta dull ar.J !m»r; t'-mmoa t>
l-rtnce *t«iTJ. g4STn««it; -..*«. T.M.W .■». B#^crs.
*.',:■ it- 25; bulls. .>2 4t»«*4 ♦>. calves. >>:' V I?;: stocasreasai
tewlem, %3*CMSOI H. •'•.: >.■■!.'■:■, X.»« bead: nrvr
lift tor i » »t light -tea.l» to nh».l«- higher. «'th»r» '>o le^er:
ltgr.t. *ii ;•><»*♦> .«2'-». cßoJce t« prime heavy. *ta*#fS*fl{
nx-O-Jm t> gi>od h.t»vy. ?<i:toft«tt ."»»: tutcher welgnt-.
**m: ... -.».,l t.. .!)•*'. b*»»> iwlxed. *U»«?t;flM: pae.<lli-.
$5 75XJ*.;iV SHEEP— receipts. I0.0»x» hfaJ: "M**M
► :ea-o ; »;.; p. »4iasjsa4»: yearlings. f38?B: la:rsis, aaay
"i^claaAf, in *^M»Jtt^jSp*SSrSA stS&
ri-st UuffiW »ug V— CATTLE— Reo^p««. :r75 n«4:
. ,■,„,' „....,. ttrelv »tra«4> . hravy nixe.l \crk»r-
;.t"i s«"m!sV r«uirh», »«*»»■*». <-alrts* JKWf
l?W V-IIV -II "i i« %Nb LAMBS!- -Ke.-eii.ts. 4.»» head: a«t»Mi
fnSSfciSr A^-CATTLC-Rec.lpt». W **,*.
inrinA'<ne 1 »«> ?<-utherr.» market »t»adr «<> stress: <rhcl««
lit . r\ *J"r.#»fJ b«-»f sa»M. $.%rw^«*is. fat, ,o irsasV
3g££- \v«t«m fe.l steers, .«3 4,>&«wt; .«.~-«»r» and
■f,'o"i".>'rs t- HH «*♦ 4t»: *->uth»rn »teer». *i"5fl?5»; jJcuth
• rti cows »aaKC»a»: natlw . .-ws. »2f«M T**; native hMNra.
--HecilPts 13,u<i> he*dj market WMTI.V l-.wer: top, SHJ3;
bulk T.f ' saVs. VttmiJrtSt: heavy. »rtsr.«« as. pacTcft?.
<ur«i*i»;a: H«M. *>S 22 l J''r«^ »: pigs. ?S<IJS 75 SnOSl'
Racvlpta. f •»!«> iv <f! market steal* lambs. as TXSft ';.'»>;
rwes 4i-i-l ;.-.i-l'--»». »-'«r«.Mi> Western fnl ye-tfUsjaga
f4TS«S3an. Weattin M sheep. r.:\ ;j; •..t-.vi.er> =r.: :•«•>
eia, it il>Cs%S3»
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