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COPPER SUIT DENOUNCED
Secretary of Greene Company
Bakes Charge of Malice.
.' .ARGE SALARIES VOTED
per^ial Ire aides Other Allega
tions in Action of T\u, Mi
nority Stockholders.
j;t?errins t- the *u!t brought by t*W> of
.».*• minority stock holders of the Greene
ronsoliuated Copper Company apainst John
D Cyan. Thoraas F. Cole and- other i.: fleers
j.r.5 <lire~* ors «j* the Gr<?«3e-Cananca Cup
T^ Company and its constituents, skin*
tnr «o accounting: and charging waste ajid
/■shonf^ty in connection with its manaa*
-_— j. IT Alien, sectary of the 'Jr**np
OiaSito^ Cor-per Ctasjassjr. **»«! jester
(j(j f y\ h2Tfth ' J s^icgations of the complaint
r r» triiwot *">* foundation:
H» tfeclared • further ihaut the statements
. jj, cc ,jr]p 1 ..-iint were made ••with ♦'.■)<? Ob- ■
-J—J5 intention to injure the> company as.
iriscb a» poFf ii>ie IjJ wi<s« publicity through |
anas. cwro before The suit had been j
actually fii^-" adding::
•li*** 1"*1 "*- "<">'* an< * v * n rT their asaso
,-tc? at the time of The merger did not
ontnd nor were they interest ?tl in tin j
CjteM Consolidated Copper Company, and j
b the negotiations they - represented the
... Central company only, -instead of
fbe tagteat officers and directors of the
r>vß*B ConsolMitea company havins voted
J-.Vn^cHes I*TS« salaries, the salaries have
preat'y reduced, and now are only
£ tf>ut one-f I'-rth as much as U,. TCre be
"ftw th* merr^r. and neither Cole. Ryan
iior afiy offi< *" r <>f t Greene company, out
rtje of the operating force at Canansa and
(^'president and secretary of the Grtvne ;
OfflstfMateJ Copper Company, .has re
ertrvd or,? dollar for services. Economy in
«. rt exyJts^ as -wfl: as in operation, has '
t >, ? prsctice." ' -; /; . * 3/',
\e to fte Sierra Madre Land and LfUm-
ccnitaxy. of trhich. according t<» the
ecinplatnt- "the defendants v.rongfully and
' -vftUii:k^'-yv ftU ii:k^'-y caused *o be sold to "William
r Ore** 5 ** and certain of hi 3 associates 51
per pent of Its stock for the sum of 52M>.'."93
on deferred payment*, payafcto in instal
n-er.ts fn three years, upon tvhich payments
Y.t subsequently defaults. " and ' which
diar?"* iu r t!ier that, "after sucb r>rrtea«ie<s
mJ* and in pursuance of their paid «-on
fptracy." the defendants, cr sorn- uf juoin.
CTOngfully permitted and procured the said
lierra cani^-r.y to -mnk.> default upon *n
<ul«an;2ta£ ts£U« of bonds, and tbearettpon
ris-chaffS th p property at a sale la fore
ciojsre. and now claim to o»n the ~'ni' ,"' '
Jlr. Alien sei3 that the (Ada wero as loi- j
•'At the time of the merger the copper
compary o^ ned 53 per rent of the Land and
limber Company stock, tvhich cost the
ajjjper company iS^.m Cole and i Ryan
(osad th&T tb© Land BTJ<I Lumber Company
«ii gr<=BTlv in deht and it« affairs badly
cpijiplirat'3 It had mertgaee bonds out- j
ItKBOiSf to the amount of S3,"oo,«»and mA
floating teflebteflnesa of more than fUWXA. j
It t.65 therefore decided that as Colonel j
Qre£g« and his friends already held about i
4« per bent of the stock to sell in the
JTrer cent awnefl by rtw <at>pper company. I
iUc& wa? dcr.e.. for &«»,««. He cave his j
Mtes for thst amount, and put up .-» per j
tat cf the "lumber company's stock. *s|
f*cur!t:. . Bn4 as a condition cf ' the. sale j
re!* BP-1 Ryan *e<"jred for the copper cony j
rarv from' Colonel Greene J1.150.^* to cash
to r*p«y :r.d<?btcCne£s of the lumber com- j
Xxry to th*> copDer <:ompany.
*T3ie »umt*r company subsequent '•> U3-I
I»aJted 6S Its -1?. and Hi property wai i
Kid under fereclfi£ure to an English. |
rsr* :je>i<le'! &y Off T. S. Pearson. NelWier j
<"«i« iSbr Syan nor «ry otijer of. their .asi»'>- I
ciat«F i- any »ay rartioipax.«l. in the pui»|
cia«* or l£ interested in the present ■ Bar-
Hi 70K AUTO RECEIVERSHIP
Etcckioldcrs Assert President Took
§150,000 as His Salary.
isiLwiarolis, May S?-'— suits for a Btver
<c* G& Arn-rican JJotor Car Sa.le> Com
tsrr cf'Nev Tortu 'nhlch controls th*
tAjs <-.? •jv.p output of the Overland and the j
llsncn Automobile Ccmpar.ies of this city
cd the Tc>do "Motor Company of Toledo.
*"5 k- the majority" stockholder in them.
wsi %-/. ft d to-iav in federal arud county
KSTts: An arconrtlnr of the fnn<ss of tike
t^rxl cenpanies is BBSssOsfjeS of Pr^ei
<S»nt John N.'^-iilr?. .
T. p. c. Forbes, jr.. -who -'':-; the
Coursj- Court, alleres that t> nfvC resi
«2«i tt lr-3:an2polis. -while H. F. Cacip
"»". ivio sues in th* federal court, states
tOtT Willys lives in Ohio. Both plaintiffs
t- r e sterithciders.'
FcrL*s declares .in .Tils cssplaint that
VRSib has taken to himself entire, control
** tie tffalrs cf the companies and la?t
t^&T ccs\"« s r:<y3 . of their profits to
Bssrjl ier hinzy-lf. Four thousand auto
»ttli«6 T«>r»> «old by the companies at a
Jtcf.t o? teXSjED in WB. Forbes alleges.
Prts:itnr v.'illyp to-night |SMN out the
■■•*•: • statement:
» * lin"<- ever t^o months, aso 1 was of
?^fl the feiock held by Messrs. Campbell
«afl Porbea for JIOOO.COO. I refused, as I
C80«iC«: th^jr prices tar itiore than ib*
■■* v., -worth, and to show them that 1
*"4s ilictre I offered to sell them nir stock
*' CttX ::-.,- at tr^ Ime rat-, which the y
*=-«*m 16 _-• ■ While Campbell and
*»»» have not received cash dividends.
**» i* ■ received stock dividends, being a
7*!T ierg». r x- r ,xentae« on the amount, cf
«*'r iavWim^rst and on whicli they have
d -*rv :!i ci^h at par.
v Tht cLa.rg«>-« apptarme- in lbc cumyiainis-
no foundation. "VVTi^n »h«» matter ;s
*«* Ft-T 0;: th* ful!*?t invflfitisraticr. will be
saenpc 'tvrry rTf<khnlder as tt> all my ac
"^.•--rv ti-,* 2nar.Ep"Tnent of the several
stew irrigation plans
• £ * c laaation Service Will Devote Ener
gies to Work Already Begun.
May 2S.— No new irrigation
wii; \\t- started by th*> frov<?riiment
th«" rest f-n year?, said Director
<>f \\yo Reclamation Servic* to-day.
'*>♦ bureau is nnr.- b»^iding itS energies to
c ap;a* U»e work already bejrun. and in
•«Tsu*ur^ its piHns ft»r the next fiscal
• a r tJ»» Bervloe has arranged to use ad
■•"tsgssusly ;h^ m,<XM|,<OM bond iss«*», in
;*** Ca£pre?f« authorizes It, <>r to KtBSM
** Bffik without it.
Th * anitaa* of tb<» farmers in < % he irrl
**"- **Steaa. Mr. STeweU vaid. was very
at ,4 „„ anticipated that lhs
**•*» ironi the crojpets for Apr:'
c^-fl fc^ gT fasf . r than dunnsr any previous
JCOCtfc.
6AVBTGS BAKKS TO STAND PAT
*•* Citr.cei in Interest Bates Likely
on July 1.
lr « Btvicg, l>ai:ks of this city. It is «n
<.,, rS '^ fsl - Vill - in flxlntr their sf-mi-annual
*,^^' Tiitr ' r>n July 3, mak* no cSanc«
vT,™*^ ani>lJTils f^ l "* l2^ bl' them or. Jan-
Ti '- 1 l»Wffrtb!y a few of
B^? I:iEUtutlcE *- The Bowwy Savings
w'*, rIH : >ry Do<:k Savir s s IfcStiLution.
on . Jii^ D B^uare Savings Bank and the
S Hl^r gavingß Bank redursd the a:>
« r£t *^ o' !pt«re« on deposit* f roiii 4to
1 r.:!l mam.am
A. f2f 2^ 6 ai the rnwirny; d: c bur«"'mer.»..
»^i M * — lir.poriaTit institutions which
*-£tre to. th- old rate of 4 p>;r cent
*a fcL Elr '' cT *"''" Industrial Savings Bank.
r u"_ ? ea<s Bank for Savings and thf
-*nr*3 Sav^r- BaiV
BOUTELL OM THE* TARIFF
I Present Law ! the Best Yet He
Tells Detroit Bankers.
DctroiC* May 23.— Removal of the tariff
I trom the domain of partisan politics was
} nrg*a by -Representative Henry s. Boutell
jat a. luncheon at the Bankers' Club here
to-da; . ■ . •
"Even' on* must concede," said Hr.
BcutcJJ. " hat. judged solely # s a revenue
: increase, the Payne tariff act .has "justified
I th* opinion ci President Taft that it is the
! best tariff law that has ever been parsed.
j i: The charare that the. Payne tariff lias
j been the cause of the increased cost of
; living is found on investigation to.be with
out the slightest foundation. There is not
in the Payne tariff any advance in rates"
above the rates in the Dinjrley tariff that
jasrifies the increase in final retail price
tp the ultimate consumption of a single
necessary article of food, clothing or
I household use. Notwithstanding this, some
; unscrupulous dealers have put Ul . the
I prices of their poods, sivins the Payne
tariff as the necessity for the advance.
•The Payne law is the most logically
constructed and scientific tariff that we
; have had. It Is well .adapted to *erve as
*. permanent, -KeneraLxevenue- statute that
shall be amended from time to time to
I meet the exigencies of the Treasury and
conform to - Industrial changes.
"Jn order to replace the present unsatis
factory method, two ihinrs are necessary.'
The first requisite Is 'up-to-date informa
tion, the fullest -and roost sealing; on
every subject related to the tariff. This
information should be gathered through the
various departments and by ppeciallv
trains e xp crts tinder the direction of tb&
PragMasjt, and should be transmitted as
rapidly as secured to the House of Repre
seutatlve.s.
The Hnancial strength of Hie United |
States was oxplairi'-d by Representative :
Eoutell In a speech to-ni^ht at the annual
dinner of the Bankers' Club. The credit of
ft« United Stales, he said, was the stron*
e^t in the world. He urged that gome other
basis of circulation than government bonds
be provided for national bank Issue.
.
ABOUT LEATHER DIVIDEND
No Reply Yet to Inquiry Made by J. S.
Bache & Co.
In an effort t<> obtain sons) information
in regard to the Ion? promised dividend on
Ontra! Leather common stock. J. S. Baclie
& Co. have addressed th« fallowing- letter
to K. €. Hoyl. president of tbe company:
TV> represent between seventeen ami
twenty thousand shares of Central leather
common, and are strongly of the opinion
that the present earnings of the company
justifj- a dividend on the common stock.
I\> g.rs naturally disappointed that no
action ha.* been taken fry the directors* as
yet on this matter, but we are quite sure
that rou ar« looking out for the best inter
ests of a'! Bt«clrh6kS«Ti - :
Will you kindly let xis ]have your opinion
as to the outlook for a, dividend on these
share", and generally as to the subject of
thf prospects of th- common stock?
Although the letter was sent on May 13
no '-•ply has y«»t Men received. .■ ■
Th- is 539,69?.544 of the authorized
I4&.O0O.OOO common stock c .f the company
oiitftandlng, en which no dividends have
ever been pn.i<3. Thr • preferred stack, of
which there is $53."99.C.V> out of an author
ized issue of J4C.Q9O.*XK> outstanding-, has
received dlyWends at the rate <5f 7 rser
cent a sear sfneo October. IW-3. The com
pany vac organised in April. Itti. and in
P<?pt<?mn<?r, 190?', th« Btte4 States Leather
Comrany was. mergod with it-
LUMBER OOBT INQUIPY
Department of Jastice May Prosecnte'
So-Called "Tmst."
Washington; Hay Zi.-- The Department of
Justice is investigating the* subject of the
uric* cf itrmber in the United States with
the view to determining -.whether or not the
so-called "lumber trust?" may be reached
by tb«* -- -- : anti-trust law on. the
ground that it if a combination in restraint
of trade. .._,. ._, ■
. Fur some time the officials have been
lcokinc: carefully into c'narees that th* cor
. pcration rontrolled the price of lumber, and
an arent has been at work gatheriner In
formation for th<? use •- ■ the department.
Every state, county and city, it is said, has
its lumber organization, which, the officials
declare, they relieve seta the prlec nt the
article. a~ well as restricts the gale 10 par
ticular individuals. The so-called combina
tion, officials >ay. is on" of the nest for
midable with •nhich tho department has
bad t« d^al.
UNITED STATES REALTY REPORT
The United State? llslgTlj and Improve
men' Company reports for th». twelve
tnonths cno<?d April M gross ♦•arntngs of
8?.'621.78»» and Bet earnings of . 52.207.1??,
against S2JS^«9BO in the pr«»cedin? year.
After interest charges there was a, surplus
of 51.W4.400, equal to ?.<57 p^r rent, on the
capital stock, pared with 9.19 p»r cent
in Tb* year before. Accumulated earnings
accrued prior to this fiscal year over divi
dends slved on stocks owned by the
Century Realty Company and Century In
vestment Company, to the amount of $5:2,
215. ere credited oif the transfer of the
asset* of the**' companies. makin«r final
surplus for th«> year J1.215.912: previous sur
plus. 53.40P.274: total surpiiM $4,T2?,15T;
charged oS in reduction of goodwill. (3.850.-
O0«: profit and loss surplus April 3*, I*lo,
JK7S.IST. ; * .
PUELIO UTILITY SECURITIES. |
t'J- TA"illLarn«. Uc-Connell £: Caleman, :
No SB V.ail nr«ft | j
Am Usjl i Trartion 250 254 j
<lo twatwwd ......... l£* 106
Aru One & Eleetnc.... 44? 4*»H
do preferred 4i' : 4".'4
■I<> Ist S* « 65
Denver Gen &• ElecJrio 194 157
Co general B* S3 P5
Erhpire Distriot Klectric .14 M '
Oo preferrei .-- 12 7."
Co bor :. --.- — ■>
Uncoln Gas i Clet trie I'• 21
Pacific Ga« & Electric 55% 57 1*:1 *: :
do preferred &7 : i av^i
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
San Francisco, Slay "3.— The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks to-day
were as -folio wf:
Alia. 12 :M«i«m ....... 1 «*>
Alplia On .»< ICi idtnta! On . -*.
And*>-- ...■■;•. ....]•».
«^hall^nc«! Coa -* ' 'vf.'inan »
• 12;Potosi .10
OOttCUL&Va 96;Savas« 25
|tkn Inir«rial OtJibas B^Jcher .. .. .21
«»ouW & Oirr> Sierra Xevada .- -! ft
llalr. £. Ncrercss.. .OTjUnion Con u>
Julia . 12:T"tan con • •••
*»■"« M *>««* J&rk»t. » '
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
<:bi<-apo. May I"-Mor<> than a million bu-hels
of whrat were thrown into the pit at the first
tap of th« jror.p to-day, s^ti^h tactic*, repeated
Throughout th<> s*•s^ion «nd f>-!!rwiSi a fleclded
break ■ <3t-mor»lij!»d th* n:a.rK*t. On«
of th* larjre*t bsttsM save, Bald to hfi heavily
short, in th- May 'ieal. Ed in the Mlllnc. Kor-
Hrners at*:M"-<l in <Jrtviii/r AoWB |irt'-«*» . May
wheat m 4c off at aM timr. and essatd with
h, n*i M«s <-f SH^- New r-->p future* rinljih'-'-l
lets'" to l\*r 6i>vrn. yiral figureo on corn
tvere utwhans-d 1., Hr hijrh«-. oats %S'i!C
' «•: and iKtnUions lower also by ."'67 '•_■".
Notwjthbtantlins tb»> farioun onolanrht, Ifcad
ing- lorr* i" wheat dH rwt It to !h<»!r holding,
but mrtrhw*l rhaaoas and l<>nl sepport from time
to tJir<» by j.iircriasinff er >>i May- at
critical p*rio<:*. It «a* not»--iM. ho»erer, that
ihis tlaxn c;f bn>-lng- was carefully minimized.
Pit Operations *Tf on h seal* so large »►• hl
most io uioti'JiyiliTt attention, tut a i-fuinp in all
Kuropean irarkets bad eom*ir,hat shaken the
gsuMeuc* cf the bulls before the. day's opera
tier* hrre began. Then ffltae ... the
weather 'iai again biffhly favorable for th* crop.
An u3<VHcial rstimate from Kai>sa« «i>oke opti
mistically ff fcSOQtCOO arr*a of rrnvrin^ »r:alii
t»jpre. exrrf > '-U<3 to harvett »s«.t<»"»,<"ioO bushels.
■ - prlcer:
Satur
Wbeat: Open. High. Li«w. <*lofc <!ay.
Ma T . .. '. . s: .- SI 0& a i $3 <«; tJI 0* >1 Mb
juiv J <W^ i not* ten tft>» t i ii!
S^pt I"; *>«*» 97', 96'ifV W'»
Hay ••' S 4 s* l ** 81 • Sfi^ 5S?i
f^l r.9% «wj r,o=; #«i con
St-pt CO!: <51U O'i «10 C 0"»
SggS «"". Si 5.3 411 .-, :&
Jnl^^l... i:ao 13 «■ 32 .w 12 60 12 C 2
g4.pt* ' 1-41- 1-52 12 42 12 47 12 42
Ju W 1 ;.".....J2 12 53 124.1 1212 i; 45
g^pt 1^32 12.4J J2S2 1240 1252
vu P y' E \...TJ 65 22 S3 .22 (A .22 SO 22 72
|^t, ~&> ~» 22 60 22 70 22 (i 5
MSW-YOBK DABLY TRTBI NE, TTESDAY. MAY 24, I9JLG.
FREIGHT RATES HIGHER
Sharp Increase in Sugar and
Coffee Rail and Sea Tariffs.
MANY CITIES ARE AFFECTED
Interstate Commerce Commis
sion, Also Receives New
' :, Import Schedule.
Wmt/Uugtoa. May 2-3.— A sharp increase in
I rail and sea. freight rates on sugar and
: co£f?e from Atlantic seaboard points to
i destinations on the Western trunk lines
i Aras announced to-day by the- filing of
tariffs -with the Interstate Commerce Comm
ission "making: increase? on those com
modities ranging: from 16 to 44 per cent.
The tariffs were filed by Mr. Hosmer, as
agent of the Western Trunk Line Associa
• tion, and will become effective 011 June SO,
, 1910. The increased rates m will' apply to
j coffee and sugar in carloads moving from
I New York. Baltimore, Philadelphia and
! Boston to DulutlJ, Si. Paul and Mi'mecr-'
[ Us. Kansas? -. City, Mo., and Omaha. The
: common points of those cities take the same
! rates." . •
From New York to DuKith an advance
Jon sugar is ' made from 'ft to 42 cents ■
hundred pounds. 1" per cent, and on coffee
from Si to IS cents, S6 per cent. ' From
I New York to St. Paul and Minneapolis
'sugar is advanced 17 per cent and coffee 27
per cent. From New York to Kansas City
and (Mail* sugar *•■ advanced GO per cent
and coffee IB per cent.
From Baltimore -to Kansas City and J
Omaha the advance on both sugar and
coffee Is 39 per cent- From Philadelphia to
: those points the advance on both* su?ir and
coffee is 33 per cent.
From Boston to Duluth the advance on
j Sugar is X per cent and on coffee 25 pel
I cent. From Boston to St. Paul and Minne
apolis the increase oa sugar is 24 tut cent
and on coffee 25 per cent. From .Boston to
/vantas City and Omaha the Increase is 30
per cent. on su£ar and 34 per cent on coffee.
These ates are effective* on all the East
ern lines as well as on those of the West
ern Trunk Line Association. The advance
is the most notable and farrea chins one
in freight rates for several years, as it
particularly affects two commodities which
etner every household in the land.
In accordance, with the suggestion of the
Interstate Commerce Commission, the Pen::
pylvanla,' the Philadelphia & Reading and
the Baltimore & Ohio railroads to-day tiled
with the commission new twin's on west
! bound import traffic. They also filed sup
! plementary tariffs reducing: the class rates
from Phllad-Iphia on import traffic. The
new ta riffs will become effective on June
20. 1910. and will continue in effect until
?ucii time next autumn as the commission,
acting as arbitrator of the differential i
question, shall determine what, rates from
Atlantic seaboard cities are reasonable.
By the terms of the tariffs filed the rates i
from Philadelphia to Western destinations
on Imported commodities become the BanW
as these from Baltimore. In effect, the
tariff; wipe out th« differentia! of one cent
a hundred pounds which Baltimore hither
to has enjoyed. The class rates are re
duced two cents a hundred pounds on freight
[of the first 2nd second classes and one cent
a hundred pounds on each Of the third,
fourth, fifth and sixth classes.
TOPICS OF THE STREET.
FOREIGN TRADE.— Foreign houses dealt
in less than 15,000 shares in the local stock
■ market, selling on balance. The chief sales
were in United States Steel common.
FOREIGN" EXCHANGE CONDITIONS.—
Bates for demand sterling In the local ex
change market advanced 30 points yester
day, with the closing near the level at
which gold could be skipped to London a
a profit: Our exchange market, declined ab
ruptly, two weeks ago. when announcement
was made -of negotiations for th« placing
abroad of a large amount, of American rail
road bonds, tfut in tbe absence of heavy
offerings of bills against operations. of This
character 1 «4uotations again sought Bi.WgSier
range, . and sight sterling . n.ow wouM sug
gest exports of gold it it were not .for the.
theory That the market ha? been manipulat
ed to* the present high level by interests
who expect to have a. large amount of ex
change to Fell against bonds sold" to Eu
rope. Sterling in Part? at?o has advanced,
and thA rate on London yesterday was at
the gold shipping point, with indications
pointing to a movement or. the metal to
the British capital from France fa connec
tion with payments by Paris bankers or
American Securities. As money is higher
In London than it is in Now York, while
the United States continues to occupy an
adverse position in international trade, the'
1-ondon market becomes the actual benefi
ciary of the gold that may be sent from
Paris on American bond account. The
strength of Paris exchange on London cer
tainly suggests that th«?. negotiations for
the sale <?* our bonds to French bankers
are rapidly being brought to a successful
close.
APPLICATION!? TO Ll?T.— Application
has been made to the Stock Exchange to [
list $J.s<X>.ooo first and refunding mortgage
4 per cent bonds, due 1959. of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton & Dayton; ii.OCO,* l^) consolidated
mortgage 4 per cent series B bonds of the
An Do Railroad, $10,923,000 consolidated
"0- 23-year 4 per cent bonds of the Norfolk &
Western. |ME,OU additional first - preferred
mortgage 4 per cent bonds of the Chicago,
Rock Island &' Par 53.140.000 additional
feneral 5 per cent bond* of the St. Louts <>■:
an Francitec©, and J5.152.300 "• per cent col
lateral trust bonds of the Syracuse Light
and Power Company.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. — Dividends
have been declared as follows: Interna
tional Harvester Company, regular quar
terly 1 per cent on the common, payable
i July 15; Norfolk. Railway and Light Com
pany, regular semi-annual • per cent, pay
able June 6; North American Comrjany, reg
1 ular quarterly m per cent, and Detroit &
Mackinac Railway. resjutar s^rrli-annual 2 1 -;
! per cent on the preferred payable July 1.
'■' CITY REVENUE WARRANTS SOLD —
J. S. Bache <t Co have bought $1,«50,Q(V)
New York City revenue warrants, which
1 have been sold in Paris.
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Ei4.Ask«<l. I Bid.Asit'.i.
A.m I, &■ T -"" - s4 | Mutual . . 150 —
&ox>"t -104 10« " v A O Ist 8s 9S'4 101
•Bine « Sf=*. 9B 100 I'NT * ERSS.IO2' 104$
Eofalo Gas. 88 97 1 •doomSs..9B 100
•C U G 58 KM 102 { Pal £ P G..-. 81 100
C«N T5" »2 " ? I'PCGOs ■■■ "'' 10 °
n«n<-r Gas.l.V. *•* i Standard ... BO — j
Tola. ...«M 95 1 do pref SO - >
do „1 «. 100 — !•?' T Gas 5«. 03 03
•E» ltt c Bs.liW '06 | »StP<J c m 69.103 107
lnd Gas •• '■" 25 ii L & IBs 80 as
• TarV G5" SS R5 |St P CSS Bs . . »7 M
•X C G ss'. M 100 Jgyra Q lstss.ldiHi 103
•M(T;-H*t 65.103 — !£U4PB*..a it),'
•And interest.
SAILEOAD EAENINGS.
ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM i ATLANTIC,
•.'<•. no. i^g
2d -w^k in M»y 144,057 53G.&44 $24, 53."
July 1-May 14.. 2.271. $4* 1.821,562 1.389.653
GEORGIA SOUTHERN . & FLORIDA.
Nuinb*r cf miles 90S, ajir. S3".
•M ™£k in May f35.8»l J37.08U $30.85 i
July 1-May 14.. 2.0«3,<87 1 ;4. r .,"^, 1.7 M.493
j CKAUOAI:!: AIR LINE.
24 s***k in May J2SJ*.2I2 $355,716
3uiy 1-May 14. 17.503,5-^3 35,43i.30S
TWIN CITY RAPID TRANSIT,
Si T«^k in May • $276. 7*3 $:«.34i; 8114.898
July 1-Mav "•• 2.5?;f1.27fl 2.318.080 2.122.71S
AMKRi''AN RAII.V.
Mcnth of Apiil. $302r7!« $275.5.*-. $213.9%
July 1 April SO. 2.732,5- 2.556.'5«0
BALTIMORE A OHIO.
Orr'sT^™.^" "»7.=1'1.r« W.^,1«l ta.SM.7SB
E^pSiaS^...--- -Xivi,*i4 _ 4^ 9 ! 4 irjt&xtia
Net carniT)(r?..T2^»»-73* $1,036,272 $1,104,560
<;?£? llrmn e i'\- 'IMS ■«•> $«J.?76.n^ tgS,OB*.OSB
, s " 49.0W.547 41.226.502 '■' L'4f-.!<7..
Net earnings ,J22,4«4.299 |20.C5(J.42S $18.Snf».Mo
* DtrrnOiT united.
r.rosT^^M 1 !" «-2*.« i' WOMBS'/: ?34.1.1f12
Net earning*.. B=«.Si4 $233,h22 $105,75T>
... „ . •.
*„.»•■ inc«T)<«. BaW.«l $245..VV.' J200.733
CUSP^ind "itt».__ls*S> »»<,ias T^I«.?W
gurpjuo .. tmm « '»-»" f0a.480
' C.T17.214 83.z7ff.«W. r!.ds>.B«
E^n«T. ■•-• J-'"- 187 1.«5.553 I.SeO^W
V«t earnings." S^"- "27 fS.TT.7U ?6"0,7.11
bt^'r w-,__^ _ JMse 1..451
Total in'-ota'e. D^M 1 - |St!o4« f71»,231
■Cv g .»n^°'. 641.ir.»; : <H4.401 __ 540:i33
pl a , $34t.C03 $i«U.645 JIC3.WO
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC .RECEIPTS.
:* ; V ■■-.':" • .New York, May 23, 1010.
fnrr. Lull 1*623 APPIeS. DO3C3S '-'
E i?" iylaw Potatoes, bbls .... 19,156
& b hS^h-:|..o ;iSf . bffi . ;;: . :: jj»
||:'v^:::: || f|£^l IS
Hbv" tl?^t 1 ?^ """ 'SSO Crude turpT bbls- -; 45
?*?• t0 ?*V"" 40 Pitch, bbis SO
SSTJEtf- baKa £«•""::: *
Beef, bb15....... „ Molasses; bbl' . . 1""
B-ef (canned), w pkg«. .; .. 6M
Bacon, pkgs Peanuts bags.... 878
JfS- ff r ~ iSo' Tobacco. hh<l».... 4*55
I-aM. kegs MO, T obacco. tierces. . 2?
Grease; pkps 100 Teb l cC 6, p kgr fi . . . . g.luj
Butter, pkss ' us i Whiskey, bbls . . . . 441
j Cheese, pksrs • Cotton, bales £2.515
i b.gßs. ca§e« CO.r.il I copper, pieces .. »,000
i Drad poultry, i.27o] wine (Cal>. bbis.. 300
Live poultry, crts 103 i
EXPORTS FOR THE WEEK. .
Wheat, bush.. 2S7.2S2!Pit^h. bbla .. . 119
Corn. bush ... 42.207 1 Tar. bis . ' SO
Barley, bush.. 23.57« R«f pet. ga15. ..15.W9.484
Buckwheat, bu 1.0*30 Naphtha, gals. 553.800
Bean». bush... 1 33*»; Benzine. gain.. 127.200
, Peas, bush 1,1751 Gasolene. . gals. 131,870
Flour, bbls. . .. *,"-■* Pork, bbis 1.27&
: Flour. Hacks.: 71,2n2!8eef, bbls g53
Cornmeal, bbls 5.156! Beef, tierce*.. . 31.'.
Keed, Ib ." 3S*Bo' Bacon. Ib 1,643.550
Bran. Ib 120.W01 Hams, Tb 63.000
Grass seed.bps Lard. Ib 3,644.930
HayrbaJes 107 Tallow, Ib 89,200
Hops, bales... 43J.Grease, Ib 407.600
Alcohol. gals.. •">"<'>: Bcittov. Ib . 15,800
Whiskey, gals 5.1301 Cheese. Ib 12 720
Oilnral. Ib .... 7.2501 Lard oil. gal*.. 1.500
OiKak<-. tb.... 6,487.100 Cofs'd e!I. pal 3 150. 555
Spts fjrp. gals «o.seoiLob oil, «ra.ls... 2,766,353
Rosin, bbls... 5.3731 - };>j,:
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bu«h... 129.1571 P0rk, bbls . . . * 135
Barley, bush... 24,679! 8eef., bbls 45
Beans, bi:?!- SOj Beef, tierces ... 133
Peas, bush ... Bacon, Ib 361.725
Flour, bbl=. 143 Lard. Tb 1.268.500
Flour, Backs... 7.502' Tallow. Ib 4.000
F«ed. It. 38.600 Grease, Th MQ i 0
Ollcako. ft 3,f»11.700[ Cheese; Ib . .1.020
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron, Nor, Ma 1 (Cotton, middling 15.40
foundry $17 .VVs I Coffe>, NO 7 Rio B^i
Iron. So. No 1. 1* 50 ! Sugar, granulated 5.25
Steel rails 2S 00 MOlasses.OK pm« 40
Stand cop, spot. 12 Be«f. family ....fIASO
Tin 33 25 ■ B*ef barns 23 00
E*chatig'» lead. 4 47 I /a' Tallow, prime... 7U.
Spelter . 650 : Pork, mess -I 25
•UTieat.No 2 red MO I Hog?. dr?d, leo Ib 13 r 'i
fCorn, No 2 *7Hlt*rd. Mdlo \\>st. 13.05
Flcur. Mpls pnts CSO j
•Nominal, c. I. f. tE!=\*t.^r. domestic basis.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
. New Tort. May 23, ir«10.
OR.\IS T — Active and weak. Ma? ;
In CDlcago at one tim* show ing a 10*1 of 4c a
bush from the previous close, under heavy
liquidation. Tho whole li«fxvas weak, and at ,
th? <:ios*i prices were Ig2*;c ii°t . lower, with
F<?r,tiffient bearish, owing; 16 a sharp •!•■:!■ i at
Liverpool, favorable crop and weather news an<l
ECtne forced liquidation as th« result of finan
cial complications of a larg« grain firm. Liv
erpool was 2f*2?sd lower, with reports of lieavy ;
offerings of forelsm wheat Id that market, as ,
well as weak cash prteea The visible supply in
the United States showed a decrease of 842,000 |
bu?h. compared with a decrease list week r£
1.712:900 and a decrease a r*ar ago of 1,740,000.
No 2 red. bare closed at $1 1". nominal, c i f . :
aad No l Northern. ?1 16**. nominal, fob..
CORN— Opened easier, with wheat, but soon
rallied and worked up 1 1 »'- on covering and:
bu-.-ing- Prominent interests took the selling j
side late, however; the- market was influenced j
i... estimates for larger repeipts, and prices lost |
the gain and closed net unchanged. The viSfbw
simply showed a decrease of 1,288.000 bush,
against a. decrease last week of 1,520.000 and a
decrease a year ago cf 156,<>X>. No 2 corn. here.
C7*ic. nominal, elevator," domestic basis. _anl
pxrort No 2. 68c nominal. fob. OA«S—
Mediately active and easier, closing at a net
decline of •-;?;'-,, in s3-mpathy with other ma'
kets and under felling. The visible: aupply
showed an in-rear- of 140.000 bush, compared !
with a decrease last week of $42,000 and a de
crease a. jreai ago ct 3.000. <2ash cats' #asj-;
natural white, 2*> to 32 rb. [email protected] and clippe<l j
white 34 to 42 Ib. <SOSO RYE and BAR
LET — Nominal .
SEW YORK PRtCB*.
■ . Satur- ;
Wheat: •~'p«n. High. Low. Close. day.
May .Jl 11 1 ' JUl^ $1" »U! SlU'j
Joly . 107H 107% i ea% 107 109
September.. 1<?5»3 1 '"»3 s i 1 02 T » 1 05»i ICS.V
May™.' ... - - • « '
July - - --- «g %
September.. — . — -— 6*% . *»»
TNTERIOR ' RECEIPTS.
V.'l-^a.t. Corn. Oats.
To-day 780,000 417,000 ««9,000
vat Uk ;..711.CX> 376.00-* •
l£st 3 ear. ... ■ Wv'V..-. 858,006 526.000
SEABOABD CI.EARANC E*.
< . Flour. 'U'h^at. Corn.
To-day ■'>s: . ....... i2.oy> iM.ee© 110.000
lAst Viek „.-. 32,000 112. (100 68.090
-Last year v ; . . . 10,000 '55.009 ; .
COrTOX Net'vou* and unsettled an *"ar!^ :
a^van^i*. followed by a sharp break. v-,t.i
last prices steady at a net loss of 52 12 points.
At times trading was heavy, with Liverpool. Wall
Street and Southern nouses large sellers during
the lore-noon and the mlddl« of • v --- day. July
Mid at. 15.36 c on the call, or about. 64 points be
low the low level cf last we«il and at this price
there was heaw realizing. The market soon
weakened in consequence, and. while there were
slight rallies from time to time, th« general
tendency was downward, until in the !ata trading
July sold at 15.12 c. or 24 points under the high
level of Om morning, and. the close was within a
point - tiro of the lowest. It was stated that
ire-* wa3 a very active demand for m eao freight
room, which had - resulted in the chartering of
laciiities " for the. .shipment of. at least 40.000 [
bales' from New York to Liverpool since Satur- I
day. Southern spot markets were He higher to
%c lower, generally unchanged. Local contract ;
prices: j :
Bator- I
Open High. Lew. Clow day. j
May - 15.20 15.27 18.09 13.irff15.13 18.17
June 15.22 13.22 15.10 13.12015:14 15.17 j
July IS.3* 15.57 15.12 15.14015.15 13.24 1
„.,.... 15.0S 15.10 34. ii 14.88814.69 15.00
J^ptember. 13.83 13.55 18.08 J3.T!'513.73 13.80 I
October... 13. 13.01 12.87 12.88ai2.88 12.95 1
November. 12.55 12.88 12.8.'. 1i.75#12.80 12.85
Deesmber. 1253 12.53 12.72 12.71f812.72 12.80
January.;; 12.80 12.5-") 12.70 12.68©12.70 12 7.
March 12.4> SBd 12.80 12.73512.75 12.81
Spot aider and unchansred ct 13.40e for mid
dling upland and 15. 65 c for middling Gult. Sales,
6,056 bales Llverp66l caßTes: Spot quiet but
steady sales. 6,00(3 bales; spsculatlon and e-x-'
port, &db; American. 5.000: import?. 15,000-
American, 14,000. Middling upland. iU*i. Fut
urea opened steady. 3 to 7 points ..ieher. closed
barely steady. !n-;^4! n -;^4 rcir.t3 higher. May,
I.S9WL; 3iar-4vne. 7.8»*4<1; June-July, 7.79 d:
July-Auarust, 7.74 d; Auf\i»l-Sept ember, 7.50 d;
1 September-October, 7.05<i: October-November.
fi.SiHd; November-'Oecember. ».75d; December
Janwary, *i.~"ii- January-February. ♦' Tl'id; Fafe
luarj-Mar-h. 6.70 d; March-April, 6.COd.
— Opened stsady. with June 5 point*
Jiigher and other positions unchanged to 2 points
: advance, but late in the day a pomewhat easier
fueling tiled, and final prices were at 2
i points advance, to 5 points decline. Sales, 4.750
[bap? European markets were steady. Havre
I being *i frana higher and Hamburg unchangeil
itc ** pfennig advance. Brazilian markets wen!
uriohang^d, and Rio private exchange on Londv>l
v a - l-16d lower at 15 15-ltto. It is apparent
that the crop is turning out fully as large as ex
pt-cted, or about L 5.000.000 bags, and this seems
• to dishearten buyers to some eit*-ai. althougli ie
i is expected thai the next crop will be material!)
■mailer. The visible Brazilian coffee in .in-!
aSoat for the trotted States is 3.044.634 !..-i-
Sirainsf 3,51XT4fl last year and 3.~m.S?S two
years ago. In the spot position the asanrtnwnl
of Santos coffees is becoming poor, and prices
j for desirable grades are. firm. while Rio »:.. in
poo:- demand and barely steady on the basis of
& ; «c for Rio No 7. Warehouse <Je!iveri<?<? in tfce
T'nit'd Prat*? for the week w«»re 07,533 bags.
again&t 51,47* Us' week and 50,."33 last year.
iOf tne former amount New Tort bad T-2,007
tags. Lo^.l rrmtract prices:
Op«n. Hl?h. Law. ClO5». uay.
May — — — 635 - 6 •■' «.35
•June ....... - -- — 6.35-36.40 fi.ns
july 0.40 6.40 ♦> 4A A.SSeff.4o 0.40
August .. — — - ft.4o-gf1.50 e.*r<
Benteraber .. 6.55 6..V. <« r-o «W.f6.^» «.s^>
O'tob^r ... — — — «.K»-ff«.CO «..V.
NV.ven-.bVr... ~- — - *■&&*■"* «-«B
Twerr r*>r . 6.<W> fi.tiO 0.60 0..W?<3.«>3 "..T>
Junuarv- - -- ~ «.63^«.e4 «.««
Fi'bruarv — — "~ rt.64®fJ.es G.i>3
March .... 8.70 ti.T" * '"' 8.fi6©8.67 >•'.<">
April — — — '.'<•"Sf5.CS *><*
aoi H ANII MEAL— X inactive and
eatv Spring patents. S3 30»f660: wtntei
stratsht«. $4hO<ri4Wi. winter tents. JO '."-3
$$&>■ spring clears, $* 355 -• 6<); extra No 1
r-inter *4 10054 50; extra No 2 winter, £-"■■-.'
S*- -<a?. straights, ?4 05©?5 !<•• RYE FUOUR
-Ptsadv- Fair to good. $4 ir>#*4 40; -.hole* to
iancy. M*5«M65. CORNir^Al^— Barely steady.
Kftr dried S3 30. BAG MF.A.I. Quiet. Fine
white sad yellow. si 40&5145;
5130 FEEX'-^-Westcrn eprSng, $21 stV&*22 tM»;
standard middling.. f22 505*24 10: flour to m *>
sj.«*7Ss- red dor 123 »»# s2« A> s-,.0t anJ mill
price*. •itv bra;.. $22 bulk |23 10 ackr mid
diins S.^ lOJTfl^ M: red o'.l S23.ti; hominy
rhof.' *ixs-0 bflk. IM » sacks; viltr.cal. >'
nominnl.
TOOVISIONP — Active .md n»nous, shorwrn*
weaknesx at tlmfs, althi'Usrh on th* (Joclines there
was active ... *al*-* of lard, l''.H> tier, f-s
Mar at Vie and H»> September nt l--^'\ -f^Jtb'
— Hteady m«K* »l'4gs-'» W: family, $?<i ?,<*s sl-7 ;
sl-or' clear. ISC S27. BEEF- Finn: m^ss, $15^
SIC family, $103520; cacket. jsir. .'.u-ajiT: «-xtra
lntJiA mesa, $2U si»ii*.T>.i »ii *.T>. HBEK HAMS— Quiet at
S-'l^tw DftEHi-Kl) HQQB — Barely uteady:
bacon*. 13% c; l») rt. '...•»< . !•-' tb, Ttt*i'-; 140
C\ X ME ATP
tallied Ftcady; mii,. kins. 17*»c;- 1'» tb, 10«ic: 12 Tit.
:.,. 14 it Is v ic. Pii ..i-.i h-n.-. ittaM'se.
TAI.UJTV— Quiet: city, 7** c: country. HH^T-AC.
UAIU>--Bte*4TJ M!«3-li« "es I.l^ 13.10 a. City
Urm at 12Tli". Refined sletf^y; feouth America.
U-Hk-: Tontlnent. L3.<sOe; ttrazil. U< -xh, 15.50 c.
(•onip/jund .lull at iflrfrlOh'*. . ARISE -Quirt,
ol»>i>. 14.- . '.: v lar^, toe. c
SITGAH — It»na«<l . rm\ anil uaihanEcrl,
quoted at 5.2Tk: net, !?hs 1 p«r cent easn tor
(tinndard sranulatfld. r.i'i' hi.-c firm; spot, .-et^
tr.fuMl. tt«J t-m. 4.2444 2t< . tnu»covu<io. Ml !■.-'
3.74&3.77 c; molassoa sasar, $,> test. .t.4ajr3.52c.
The I^endon market fur beet «-n*<»r wm firm un.i
unchanged to '-id higher, with .May at I."* I'd>l,
June. iss Yd; August, 15# -"<i
r.iri! — Firm-and fairly active
MBTAI.K — i"nppER — standard firmer, rpot
and Slay cloaing at 13.50 c bid; Juno and July\
12.50#12.&C.c; Ausuit. 15.50f 12.000. London
easy; spot, fM 6s Sd. futures. £37 3s. Lake l>*re
12.75615', electrolytic. 12.624514.T3c; caatlnf.
ST 1 i1f12.50c. TlN— Easy; spot and Hay. 33.20
i8f33.30c; June and July, 53.15<333.C24c; August.
[email protected] London easy; spot, £150 IB?: f . a -"
ur«». £152. LEAD- Steady; spot, 4.45«4.«>e New
York. «.U#4.2oe East St Louis. London lower at
£12 Us t*d. SPELTER— Steady; spot. s.soa\>-Wc
New York. 5.15©5.20 c Eaet St Louis. London un
chanr«a at £21 173 6d. : IRON— Ensttsh iron mar
ket lower.at 50s tor cn«velan<l warrants. -liO<a-ly
quiet. No 1 foundr;/ KoetbmAt, $17??Sli 75; >o
2 Northern, $16 30^517 25; No 1 Southern ana
No 1 Southern soft. $10 25®516 75. Pig iron cer
tificates unchanged. No sales. Regulars, ila>.
$l»i 60; Jon* and July $14 75. all ask*d.
MOLASSE* AND SVni'FS— Late Saturday
there was sale of 1.000 hb!s syrups, eXportaD.e.
at private terms, ana Monday's market vras
sieady. Tith but little offered for sale. Molasses
firm, but quietjHnd unchanged.
NAVAL STOKES— Spirits turpentine steady
but <iulet here, firm and fairly active at
. iSavaanah. Rosin firm; tar steady ana un
' changed.
OIL-S— Linseed oil unchanged. Feflned pe
troleuKJ steady it 7.73 c for standard .white in
bbls at New Ycrk. ... .
COTTONSEED OIL— Dull; sales. 4.000 bbls;
I offering small, ana final prices 5 points flecuno
to 6 points net advance. Local contract .
gatur-^
Open. H!ri. Low. ' < -^ne. &gi
Spot ......... — — — — 7 «5-{.S--»> <•' '
May "...'..'.'. 7.90 7.00 7.90 7 7.-,- • ' '
June i. — v- — 7.'»'U-'^ If*
.July.. — — - 7v>-uvik: ,7.W
.September ...7.fe3 7.01 7.9S 7.WV&3.C0 7.02
October 7.41 7.4S 741 7.4757.4S ••«
November ...»;.*%; 5.93 • G.S3 602ff/^Wi b.«
December . . .6.58 iM 6.53 «.€">fi«-*t «•)'*
January ..... — — — ti.6lS»i-6-' «- M
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New York. May 23. 1910
BEANS AND PEAS— Receipts. -174 bags
; b»an«< Small white beans steady ana qct«t
! Marrow firm, -with a little deposition to ask
: n.. ■•!■«• than ?3. Red kidney in tellers' *» vor ;
! most holders asking more than we quote. Lima
firm. Th» advance in Scotch peas is well sus
i tamed. BEANS. • marrow, choice, bush. $3; fair
: to pood, S2 55Q$2yr,; medium, choir*. $2 4*"'. P«a.
•3 40; -fair to good. $2 25©$-3 3: imported me
■ dium. f 2 10012 20; pea. $2 15S*2 2S; white Kid
ney. M 96898; red kidney, f 65: yellow eye,
1 13 15; black turtle soup. *i 756J2 £5; iima. Cali
fornia, S3gs3 00; FEAS, Scotch, bags, bush,
$212Hf152 13.
61 TTER— Receipts, 7.M8 pte»» Slightly
! firmer on most grades <>{ creamery, with demand
tali*. Two sales of Special* on 'change at 2?*jc,
I and 200 tuba extras in 2.Vtub lota at l«c.l «c.
There was a disposition in the afternoon to ask
:is^l29c tor gi.t edge quality, but not much
bu3ine»-s dens above &<■. >l«dium grades rela
j tively scarce and Bran. Process pell* fairly •well.
Factofy steady. Packing stock in light r*c«pt
! and >nquir*-i for Creamery, wpocial*, tb, 2S'»c.
I extras, 2sc; firsts 27V-c; seconds, 1 i©270:
thirds, 2SHO2Sc: state dairy, tubs, finest, 29c;
I tso-j'l to prime, 2»>g27c; common to fair. 23*?9'-?c;
• procw», specials. atV: extras. 9SQ2B&C; firsts.
'Z3\z r c2iz: seconds. -C'-ifi-Sc: Western Imitation
creamery, firsts 21&25':; Western factory, first?.
2SS23bc: seconds. 2U}ic; thirds. SW>||Zlfe*;
packing stock. No -. 22e So 3, -o!3's2tc
CHEESE— Receipts. 3*9 boxes. The Water
; tcmi market ma<]4 a sharp advance on Patnrday
and tiie feeling h*re is considerably Improved,
. ; with asking prices gmciallr about ?sc hfgher.
i Fancy white and • ilond cheese free to b* sold
I at 14?ic are mostly stock carried over from last
I Tree.*. A good many of this i»**k'i» arrivals can
not h*. bought at that figure, and some lots will
cost over ISc here Skims advanoPi and prio»s
generally *ie bibber. State, whole milk, new,
specials, 13#15^c: Iskt, rolore'l or vrhito,
14 4 ic: average prime. 14*4^14 '4c; fair to gocd.
13*rl4c: common. vygiSc: old. as to quality. l<&9
17c; skim?, gpeciais. 12V*c; fin* 10 <[email protected]; fair
to good, 7%®9Uc: common, o:s§7Uc; full skims.
33-tc. ■
— Receipts, 20,511 cases. Under accu
mulation of Stock. liberal arrivals and advices
of free supplies in transit th« market rules krwer
for Western - and closes unsettled. SoipO
hok'.»rs declining to sell certain marks at the
reduction, but it seems impossible to do any
considerable business higher. Fanciest nearby
! goods ar° sustained, but • otaMa figures are ex
trero* State. Pennsylvania, and n*-arb; , hennery
wliites. - V 5g i 27c: gathered. 25^^-""-. hennery
brown*, fancy, Zi^-ic: gathered. •i2'g23c;. frssh
' gathered (elected extras, 23 ' ac; etorags packed,
extra Brsta, 23c; firsts. 21 '-.>": fresh gathered,
■ estra firsts. 21 hr: first 3. »v?i2OHc: second* IN
11>Vjc; thirds and i'-.w-r grades, 17HS1**S«; fresh
gathered dirtier, No 1. i SI 2 ■•: V.i 2 and poorer.
l"Sli'-; checks. clo?»l>- F^ctrd. .■i.,-.j^#. !71£c;
} checks and cracked, average b»Bt. 16?i'gl7c; poor
to ftUr.'H4gl6c. . .*■.
FBtTT.S — DRIED — m s»Ot evapor
ated apples, but little- doing- in a wliolesale way.
j In futures Novembers are not offering very free
i ly, and the market la steady at •sa»£5 a »£» a *c, AP
\ PL.ES, evaporated, fan--. , >t 10c: ■ ice, S®
f S^2O: prime, carlots, 7c: prime, Jobbine sales.
I 737:.,. . common to fair, 6&sVzc; 1?V>?, ~s*-<a€c;
K:ores ani skins. 100 lt>. 31 — . •■ 75; chopped,
1(50 rb, ti .yigst fo, BLACKBERJUES, ib, e^7c;
HUCKLEBERRIES. 13«l4c: APRICOTS, Cali
fornia. lloorparJr. 12013^e; royal, 10*«®12c:
fEACHES, peel»d. ;tSc: unpe*led, 6£s^»c:
PRUNES. 3«7»ic. FRESH— Applet in ligbt
I supply and firm. Fsr peaches arriving. Huckle
; berries more plentiful and lower. Strawberries
!In heavy supply, poor and letrer. Oran^s And
I jrarsfniit firm. lluskmeioaa lower Water
j melons scarce. Pineapples plentiful and -weals.
I APPLES. Northern Spy and Baldwin, bbl, S4Q>
$5: ---nine. *3 .V!'j7*.-. : sen Davis, $3&54; P.ns
1 set, $3 254*34 25: common. .*25?.<. far "Western,
boxes. 5' ; s'j -<i, PEACHES, Florida and
Georgia, carrier. {&GO®s3 80; CHERRIES. Vir
ginia, sweet, quart. 15c; BLACKBERRIES,
North Carolina, quart. 10&15 C HUCKLEBER—
: REES, 16S^0c; STRAWBERRIES, J?rsev. S©
! I2e: Delaware and UrP^T Maryland, s£llc;
Lower Alarjland and Virginia. 3 1 gl'V; Norfolk.
3-g7c: ORANGES. Florida, box, $1 50<SS4 SO;
1 CalUornia. *1 50^4: Porto Rico. $1 40©$3; Cv
; ban. |1 £0©52 SO; GRAPEFRUIT. Florida, box,
$2®£s 30; Cuban. $2353; Porto Rico, S2SSS so :
Jamaica. $130993 13; Na*sau. $1 .'.*Vss2 87:
i JU;KMLL-"\- Florida, crate. $2 s<>ss4:
WATERMELONS, in bulk. 100. $30; in barrels.
each. TStOSI: PINEAPPLES, crate. *1 40<i?|2 40;
! Cuba, [email protected] 40; Porto Rico, »130#52 75.
HOPS — Little change, except , rather men
offerings of 1910 crop on contract In Use Vet.
section?: growers are asking 13^14c, but contracts
' have r*<Ki"~- 1 ? in Sacrament o at- ■.'-. and some
L could b*iToad« in -Oregon at the same fi^nr<».
| Growers are cautious aud few orders have been
' a iIAV AM) STRAW- Stock? of hay in tran
' sit continue to accumulate, end market is -weak.
S especially on medium and low grades, though
I (jactations are no lower. HAY, timothy, prime.
large bales, 100 It). SI 15: X. 3 to 1. SOcgSl li; 1 ..
shipping', Soc: packing, >-W'«=>'so. clover and
clover mixed. 80c©S105: STRATX". Toar rye. 65^>
"Or, short and tangled ryej &:>c; oat and wheat,
. 50
POULTRY— ALIVE— Rec-lpts. 7 cars of
i Western by freight and a few scattering coops
;by express. Buyers taking hold fairly, but with
rather free receipts to come the outlook Is un
i certain and prices were not established at a late
! hour. DRESSED — Fresh fowls ta fair supply,
! and invoices indicate a little increase in re
c»ipts. Trade slow, but next Monday beln? a.
close holiday, and few pood frozen fowls to te
I obtained, tends to hold the market about steady
l^at former prices. Western broilers in moderate
supply and choice grades firm. Fresh turkeys
Irregular. Nearby broilers, spring- ducks and
squabs nominally unchanged FTosen poultry
quiet. FRESH KILLED — Turkeys. Western
average best hers er toms, 194?. 20c; fair to good,
16018 c: BROILERS. Phila. fancy squab, fair,
75'afK'c; fancy. 4 Ib to pair and under, 4(V?T4.v.
Perm.i. 35040 c; Western, dry picked, 3i>935c;
scalded, 2552- 4 . FOWLS. Western, boxes, dry,
4« Id and over. -ioz«n. 19^; 3« to 42 tb. 17;.-
barrels, iced, dry picked, 4 A and over, ISe;
small, 17c, other Western, aided, 15-Slsc: old
cocks. Ib, 14Hc: SPRING DUCKLING?. T-"ng
Island and Eastern. D. 22c; Perm. [email protected];
SQUABS,- prime, larpe. white, down. $2 s<Ws?4;
pcor flafk, 52. FROZEN— TURKEYS, young
toms, lPSi2ec: younjr hens. ISSZSc: old tons.
2?.^c: CHICKENS, broilers, milk fed. 23S2?'*:
corn fed. 1?|725c; CKTCKENS, roastins. milk
fed. ao#2«e; fryer?. TIWWOc. corn f*d. l»a*lc:
fryers. 16®17%c; FOWLS, dry picked, 13319 c;
old rooks. 14*4 c.
POTATOES AM) VEGETABLES — N"ew po
tatoes in heavy supply, active and ?iightlv lower;
old hig-her. Onicns plenty and Tt-eal-:=r. • A£=
paragus lower. Beets and carrots steady. Cab
bages in very heavy supply. Cucumbers staad .
thoug-h supply excesalve. Mushrooms low-r.
Peas in moderate supply and firm. ftrins tessa
more plenty end lowr. Tomatoes in liberal »np
ply ar./«. weaker. POTATOES. F*-rrauda. new.
bbl. 3315*4; Florida, white, 838*3 50; red. $2^
SZ 25; Seorstia and South Carolina, $1 79#53;
North Carolina, new SI 50SJ2 7.".. Southern, ■ear,
culls. $IS.*l .V; old in bulk. ISO ft, SI 25-3? l 5O :
Main-, bae. $1 2iV/?$l 40: ?tate and Western. SI
«m "9: SWEET POTATOES. Vineland, basket.
6f.'c^sl: other Jersey, 50<g00c: Delaware *• " :
75c: ASPARAGUS, dozen bunches: 75c?K:
BEKTS Virginia. 100 bunches. $3 50(PS4 BO;
f-'outh Carolina, S3S$4: N»w Orleans. $2353:
Bermuda, orate. EDefiJtl : CARROTS, South Car»
l:na. 100 bu:u-b^<. $1 6Q&$&: New Orleans. $2<i
J3. basket. S*|Si*Oc: Bermuda, rate TSc9SI 25:
old, bbl or Uag -. ■"■-'7- : CAULIFLOU'EPS.
S-Turhern. half Sh! basket, ISsl 50; CAR
3AOK3. Fiist.>rn Shore, crate. 73r&*l hbl. 7.V5
K r ,c; Virginia, crate. 75cg$l: bbl. 65<#*5c; North
faroilna <"ratt>. 7."o'gsl: Pouth Carolina, flat
Putrh. SI: Wak<>flel<3 7S<JOOc: Florida, red, fl£
*1 SO: CTTrI'MBERS Konth Carolina, basket.
$VJSossl,73: OforKia. >! 23 6SI 75: Florida. «[email protected]
.«.l r.O; hothouse, box, $2'as4 "Vi CKI-ERY. Ber
muda anil California, ease, f2-«J4 : ESMVtjk3iTB,
Florida. N'T H.w««,Vi : «RBISN COR.V. North
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PT-R-r .1X.7. OF AX ORDER OF HON.
Ahner C Thomas, a Surrngate of the CountT
of New Tork. notice is hereby ciren to all r«r-
Bor.s havms claims against Mt'. A. Allair*.
late ot tbe County of N»w York, deceased, to
present the sarri* with vouchers thereof to the
subscribers at thair Dtaca ov' lisusax rtiisj busl
n<'^', tli« pfJicf> cf James r>.-- _•-•-- Xo. I*')
fva.«aau Street, in The city of . at«w York, on or
bt-rure th? first day of September text.
Dated .V.".- York:, rh" eieventri day of febniary.
«91f> UUSTAX ALXAIRE.
iL--iAJi S. lIcCOTTKH.
Executors.
JAMES DEMAHEST. A«orn»T for Esecntors.
14" Na«sau St.. Nnr York City. '
NOTICE OF SUMMONS. .
SIUKEME COURT. NEW YOBK COrXTT.—
P«ocursa Tarollno yiraino and Antontna
Tavolino. her roath#r,. Plaintiffs, igaiinst i
Mariano . P'ralno. Defendant — Summons. — '
Action to Annul a M»rria?r« — To th« above
named i\-t<s.u\*n\ : T«u ar* hereby summoned'
<.» answer the complaint iti this action, and to
srrve a copr o? your answer on th» plaintiffs*
attorney ■(T-ithin twenty «la>-s after the »er
vic.j of tfci» IBMHII, e»clu*ivo of tt-e tiay :
'of service, and in «.-as<3 f.f your failure to ap- I
pear or answer, judgment will *>• taken j
as a lam you by default for th* »eiief 1 *- j
manded in the complaint.
Uatcd, Nnv York, April -vrr. 1918
m"bart S. DIRD-
Attorney for Plaintiff*.
Offlcs and Poßtoffice Ac!drss«, 23** Grand
fiti't'et. Borough of Manhattan. New York '
To Mariano Plralno. Defendant: The for- .
pr>iuK susrmor.s it served upon you by pubil- j
t-atton. purstisnt to an ordtrr ot Hon. ,i-i>- A. :
Blanohurd, a .lustice of tho Supreme Conn of
th« State of N>w Yorli, dal^d ih* 3»^fH .lay of i
April, lOirt. and flleti with th« complaint in thi.
Otttt*** of iha «?N*rk nt tho Cotsntjr of N#w York, j
at th« county Court Raw, .;, th« city.. ;
County ami State of >-.. York, on th« i.h '
day or May, 1310. :
Dated. Sen York. Mai *»th. inn, .; . >^1 :
HVBAKT a, BIKD.
Attorney for Plaintiffs, '
Of3c>» and PostofDce Address, ;3i> Grand I
Street, Borough of Manhattan, New York •
City.
Carolina.- cmtt, ||g<2: OAniJC, -Neir Or!»ans« !
l(»0 ft. JB#|<; U2TYUCB. fcoutbern. basket. 80c I
©81: nearby. M>l? 5123«?2 2>. - hothouse, dozen.;
2i;'g4i!lc: LIMA BEANS, Florida, basket. 53394; j
MUSHROOM? 4-Ib basket. ■.■•■9tl«o: OMO.Nif,,
Bermuda, craf. 51 2&551 75; Texas, yellow or
white, crate 60cgfl6": Egyptian. b»*. »2 4ptS
J2 CO: New Orleans. 70-n> bag, *1 23; OKBA.
Floriia. carrier. $?.V«sss; OYSTER PLANTS.
ICO toaeh^s. BW$3; PEA?. Eastern Short. lar*«. ,
♦eskS. $17^?2 2i: sraall. $1 35J22 75: Balti- ,
more. lar*e «1 759*2; sniSli. H »Jtl •"»: \lr
sinia. larg#. half bbl bask*». nz<X3S-: small. 8' ;
SI150; North Carolina. #1«$1 •-•. third basket!
75ciSJ123; PEPPERS. Florida, large Dot . $2 £>
*1«S; carrier. 91 »fis2: B«rnM»da. crate. weft}:
PARSLEY. New Orleans, curly or plain bbl^ <1 I
tr?2; Bermuda, crate, Ss<9a*c; ROMAINE. B«r- I
muaa. crate. 50®75c: RADISHES, nearby. 100
bunches. 60©75 c: RHUBARB. Jersey 100
Punches. [email protected]*l 50: SCALLION'S, Me)Tsc. |
I STRING BEANS. North- Carolina, was, third
basket. SI &>S*l 7s; South Carolina. ere«n. •
basket. ?ISSI f5; tvvix. t5c<35173: Georgia, rr-en
it wax. basket, $1551 5O; Florida ..«~g?lti:
SPINACH, nearby, bW. SOflCUc; SQLASH Flor- !
ida, white, box. SI C3SSI 73; bask't. |IOn»j
vhW. box. tl 7*912 30; basket -* 1 50«52; '<
TURNIPS, ratabara. »W. SI 73-JS2M; white,
new. 10U bunches. *2S$4: TOraATOES. Flw.Ja,
carrier. [email protected] 75: hothouse, tb. — . WATER
CRESS. 100 buncos. SI 30««2
• —
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New York. May 23. MHI
WES3O-T RECEIPTS.
Bsave*. Cows. Calves. Sheep. Hogs.
J*rsey City.... 3.077 - 8.328 13.710 11.753
Sixtieth street.. 2,C»5S 35 7,310 3.90S .-—. -— -
Fortieth street. — — - 11.<55,
Lehlgh Valley. 2.723 — LO3O 6.OS>
Ontral Union.. 3.0« d — 401 11.601 j
Weshawkea ... 137 ~ — - — ~ ."TT: !
Scatterlns; ....-- M 122 3. 4.550 j
1 Totals .7uJ71~10l 14.231 ».5»1 23.3«1 •
Totals lastV ls.. 12.317 SO 11.900 33.530 24,407 ;
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
Llv« Qrs. ,
" cattle. b**f. '
Totals to all ports 2,934 »••» !
Morris Beef Co.. Oceanic — *£?
Morris Beef Co.. Celtic — •*?
Swift B#« Co.. Oceanic „.._ - - 1.09<)
Schwarzschild & Sulzbr. MlnnaapolU <5 I.IWJ
J. Shamberjr & Son. Minneapolis 125 , —
Miscellaneous, Bermudian 22 — ;
Total exports 222 3.92.5
Total exporft larf week 855 4.bH,
Boston exports this week 79s ; —
Montreal exports this week 1.814. —
To London - 1-»1- 8.1;0
To Liverpool 833 T3S '
To Avonmouth •»!• — '
To Bermuda and West Indie* ~ -z
Totals to all ports 2.034 3.92S
Totals to all ports last week 3.574 6.194
QUOTATION'S FOR' BEEVES.
Good to choice native steers $7 25f|5* 10 .
Poor to fair native steers —-. o **>O . 15
Oxen and stags - - s«>*» o&O
Bulls and dry cows 3 ©0© •»
Good to e?»oic« steers. on« year ago.. « I.V» 600 :
BEEVES— Receipts for two days. 233 cars,
or 4,323 head, including 80 car» for th» market;
33 car? on sale. Trade slow a* a general decline
of 10<{J15c.' with SOsn* site* 20c lower: J-ko cars ;
,of steers hem ov»r. Ordinary to choice »te*rs ,
sold at $GWSSS 10 per 100 rb; a pair of choice
fat oxen. *6 75: bulls, if* 75«r53 25. and taU-ends. I
54 50; cows. »3g?«J 10. Cresset! b«-f slow at 11*
12<?. per rr> No later cables. Exports to-day. 25
sheep to the U'eit Indie?.
Sales N»wton & Co.: 20 Pennsylvania, steers.
1377 a average (3 10 per M 8 Ib; 20. 1237 tb.
*7 SO; 19 Kentucky. 12*) ro. *7 73.
McPborsoo & <"■•.: 2» PennsylvacU steers. ll^t
rb. $7 90; 18, |M Xi>. $7 90: 20. 1177 rb, $ . TO;
: 14 distillery fed Kentucky. 114» TT.. $7 -'.'.. 1 bull.
1200 rb. 55 75; 7. 188 n>. $3 23; I. 570 It>. f4 ....
6 distillery fed .*4:. Ib, $tf 25: 50 cows. 1233 Tb. j
$510; 1" "97* ft. 5O; 3. 9tO rb 54 33; 13. 748
It.. S3 95: 4, sts7 Ib. jaS". 15. 770 Ib. *:. £5; 2.
51S Tb. *-T _
3 Sanders: 19 l'«nn?--i vania steers. 1170 Tb.
8700: 19, 1191 tb. $7 7.'.. 20, 117" tb. $7 7.-.. IS.
1117 rb. |7 60: 20. nil rb. $7 50". 20. ICOI It..
$7 50: 7 Illinois. 1273 Ib, $7 70; 13. 12» Tb. *• 4>>;
«j state, liat> rb. 8690: -. 7t>s B>, 8«30; 3 bulls.
1366 Ib. $5%: 3, 1074 ib. *5 63; I. 11C0 rb. $3 5.; ■
I. s^o It) $4 75; I cow, 12O> n>. *'>7:>: 9, 1100 Tb,
St CO; 6. 1033 16. *4 W; 1. *20 rb. *4 ■»«; 12. POl It
s 4; 2. »#> tb, $3&O: 3. 1040 Ib. $3 8»; M, MJ lb
s3«s; 4. 77." Tb. $3 46; 4. 537 Tb. $3 23; 6. 741 TX,.
S3 13.
J. Shaaiber? * Son: 20 distillery f»d Kentucky
stetrrs. 1075 », $7 40. _^
Tobin & Shannon: 4 buils. X 29 Ib $5 23: 2. «5O
a. »4 73: 7 cows. SlO Ib. *+ 25: 2. 775 Ib, $3 23.
S. Judd & Co.: 1 bull. WOO IT. 58 10; 3. &.»> til.
$3 33; 1 cow. «30 ft, » , - - , c „ „
B. W. Otis 1 Co. : 2 o*en. 127." ft, *? ••>: 11
bulls. 1014 rt-. $5 35: 4 cows. IIS I*. §4 50; 1.
880 Tb. 88 30; 3. 737 ft. $3 25.
Andrew Mullen: 1 bull. 1520 ft. 55: 5. efH Tb.
$5 23; 4 cows. 005 rb. $4; 4. 575 Ib, $5 9 A . 3, «*>
n> $3 25 1. 540 ft. S3.
J. G. CorUs & Son: 5 bulls. P32 ft, « 35: 1.
54") ft. 15 25- 1. *>o To. ?4 st>; I, 46C» ft. $4:1
cow. 1170 ft. *550; 7. lOW ft. $4 75: 15. M 0 ft.
$4 1'". S. 544 ft, 35. 7. 670 ft, £3 *•>. 2. 740 R.
$3 25: 1. 700 ft. S3 1&
">:« on & McCabe: 3 bull-. 1020 ft. tS»; 2.
fi73 ft. $3 30; 2. 7?5 ft. $5 20: 1. 7SO »■ $3; - :
Cavrs. =27 ft. S3 75: i, 710 ft. $3 15.
CALVES Receipts for two days. 7"4. in
! eluding R.9M /head for th- market. Brisk
i demand for live calves; prices at th- 60th
I street yards firm to 23c higher, and at Jer
sey City, with a lisht ran. 30c bigsssf The
Pots -r= cleared earl. Ordinary to choice
■ veals sold at 5998973 per 100 lb. bulk of the
1 sales $3 30<98*25; cilia and th;cn« out3, $5®
$7; buttermilk*. St>-SS6 50. Dressed calves
! firm at 124J14c for city dressed veals; L' 3
12 We for country dressed calves.
Balsa — Andrew Mullen: 33 ye«;». 134 Ib
average $!> per 100 Ib; 144. 128 lb, ?S 75:
■ 416. 12(1 Ib, ?3 50; 11 rhrowouts, 122 ft. ?5;
11. 116 Ib, 5O; V». 131 Ha *5.
W. R. Hume: 56 veals. 153 lb, $»ST~v,.
201. 131 Ib, 23; 84. .134 !t. $« 75 . 20. 124 Ib,
55 -I. 50. 113 Ib, 88; 16 throwouts. 131 Ib,
#d: 10 buttermilk caires. 126 Ib. ?o. '
Jielliffe. Wrisht& Co.: 72 veals. 144 Ib, $9.
' 24* 120 lb. $«»; 194, 124 Ib. 5562H; 36.
! 127 lb, 88 25; 39 thrrwoat-:. 126 !b. 1 ?: SI but
! termilk calves. 121 Ib. 8«2».
J <'- Curtis & Son: it' 1 ' veals. 143 Ib. $!>:
373 130 ib. $« ->*: 47"*. 123 Ib. $9 50: IS, 113
ft S3: 13t .- ; .;x*.d calves. 132 Ib. $7 36; »3. 10*
Ib *>' 75; 57 tnrowouts. 124 Ib. $5.
*.- H Rollls: 122 veal.«. 152 lb. $»50: 252.
153 Ib Si* 25; SO. 132 15, 88 7."*; SI mixed
calves,' 117 Ib, $7 60: 4 culls, 111 Ib. $*; i"
throwouts. 132 !b. f 5 30.
B W Otis & Co.: 29 veals, 193 lb. 80 S3:
2GS.' 143 Ib. ?:♦-- 44. 112 '0. ••; P. 144 Ib.
$5 50; "<') tliroWotits. 114 Ib, SS
Nelson & 3JeC*Be: 24& veals. 134 Ib. SS7S:
I 112. 131 lb $*50; 87. 117 Ib, $8; 10 throw
ouis. 133 Ib -" IT. 121 IK ?•' 3-, buttermilks,
160 Ib, 30; 10 culls. 108 Ib, $5
Geors?* & I- S. Dillenbacfc: 31 veals. 330
lib 5925: 7. I2fl It f»; 4, 123 Jb, $575: i: -
' ii Ib 8823 11, ralTed calves. IIS Ib. BTBO,
'4 th rowan 133 H». 18 50; 12 buttermilks. 120
I lb. $6: 14. 126 Ib. $«37«
« Senders: SI veals, 198 Ib. ?9 30: 207. IX7
ilb~S»2s; IIS. 133 Ib, 59. 30. 142 Ib, Jo 73;
I 29 culls, 107 Ib. $6.
Tobin & Shannon: 203 veals. 147 Ib, 88JR3
75 142-!b,-SJ»tV»; «], 147 Ib. $9 50. |«asi ?3*on
th* let: 88L IS3 ft. *9 23; 75. 120 Ib. -■ 2.
■ 125 Ib S 3O; 17 culls. 129 !b, 57. 7 tlirowouts.
161 Ib. #8; ! 19* lb, I?.
McPherSon * Co.: 45 veals, 123 IS. $9;. 8.
1 HI Ib $3 "->: 7 cull*. 117 !b. 56 23; 17. ;4 Ib,
S3: 5 erassers. 232 lb. $4 50.
S. Je>M & CO : 17 veals. 173 ft. $3 50: 104. 131
ft $9: 292. 12« ft. 88 75: 15 culls. 100 ft. 57.
SHETSP A>T> IAMBS- — for two
days CS car*, or 5»,3<?7 besat, mcludln? 13 cars
for ttie market; 13 cars on sale- Sheep and
i lambs lower for nearly all trades; serin? lambs
; eteady; a ' the stock w»nt to the scales. Com-
I tnori to good sheep sold at $415*." 50 per 100 It;
i culls. $3. inferior to prime lambs. 557555350;
THE TRIBI NE
Jl i 111/ X V_y X JL^i
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Fifth Picture in its Great Distribution—
"THE HOLY FAMILY"
Next in the Series of Exquisitely Hand Colored Photogravures I
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"The Ho!y Famllv"
By LUDWIG KNAUS.
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shoulders: she wears a loose
robe, and a mantle is across
j her lap. Before her stands a
cherub, with clasped hands
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tion of the Infant. Other
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\ atmosphere above. At the
I right is Joseph, holding by the
! bridle an ass, and above him
j is the crescent moon.
This picture was purchased
i by Miss Catharine Lorillard
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SAVE TOUR OOTTI*OT«rfiI
Southern spring lambs. $IDEO$jll; «iate d0. .J10:
common Indian* do. |» : »tat« Co. >f SJLiS* 1 :
S3 90L Dressed mutton lower lQr,l-~tC.
dress-d lamb* stow at 14«17e: dressed «prl=g
lamtw steady at l7f?Coc; coon try dresses hot
■SSSBSt ssotoai at sa^ps>f each.
«ile» — Kerns Cbtnnrtsrfon Company: ZZi OSw
lambs. 01 * avera e». 4? JO p^r IX>> n».:.21X 82 ».
»«0 .245. 71 Tb. |7 75: 107. » lit»ftI it » ft 75; si7«at
falo. 73 ». IS: 294. 7* o>. %S: 534. 70 ». *. *>;
S.-, Indiana, • R>. ft 50; *> Indiana ssrlnf !**»•.
94 ». S»: 5 Buffalo y#«rtin«9 !*H t». $•: 9 In
dians. »2 n>. S»>sO: S bucks. 147 It>. SB.
Newton * Co.: ** Vlr«lnia sprinjc lamb*. «l
n> $11:. 143 Ohio lambs. 7i n>. *>i Z»; ?jft 74 ».
$3: 125 Ohio sheep. m ». 54 «:'■». 17 Virginia
cuiu. 92 n>. mnon :7f> '■.""•■_" « 18. ••:
Tottn * fltannon: 17f> Ohio larnSs. «^ S^. S':
106 :inf» sprinc lambs, 38 tb. $10 W;* «at-
B h«*p 100 rt> *S: 10« Virginia cull». S3 ». S3; «
state bticka. 2*7 R. f 4 2>. •
McPhersoß * Co.: ISO TTest Vtnrlnlsi vprtosj
lamb*. 65 ». *li. 60 Tl»»t Virginia sIMWp. MS 1*
BS.
8. Juis4 # Co. : 237 Buffalo lsmb«. 18 Tb *7 73;
3 state sheep. 107 n. S3 2T». „,.
3. Sanders: 20 jrtate sprms; lambs. 54 ». $I;
2& state sheep. 112 Ib. $5 25: 5 /tare .-ulls. 79 ».
$3; 2 bocks. M Ib. «5: « ys»rltsss>. «* Tb, *. .'A
J. G. Curtis «- Pon: !O «tat*i sheep. ICO SB>
■" 59; 5 sprint lambs at $5 CO *ach.
llOO.^— Receipts for ♦»» <»S"S. 39 ears. *r
... head. lr.clu<!tns «boot 2M» head for th»
rsarket. P-ir»s lower/ with stat<» and Prrtnsrl
vania hogn selling at 5& 75 and IK' per 100 •:
Virginia tlo at $!> TA>. -V
pa!e* — ToMn A »na»»n-n « state hot*. 2lf» *>
avera??, *1O r*r ICO IS; 3!. li" m. $10; 14 Vtr
' elaia. 120 n>. $» 5«: 2 ronjths. *C" R>. 5»
; S. Sander*: IS stat* hos». ISO It>. $10: • Peta
tylvania. 118 IN. 41O; » rou«h«. 37* C>.s9
J. G. CUrti* & Son: ZZ state fiosss. 275 Tb, ?3 73:
1 rwnrh. 3^o n>. fftS; I sta?. **orb. *&■ .
■VT. K. Hame: 7 state ho«». 2^3 n>. •> 90; *
»wton & C». Oat* EaturAjy): 70 Pi. SMf •
; vania hoB». 137 n>. 8M K>.
m
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS.
; Chie«ij«>. Mar 23 — CATTL,T^R«ceipt». ZtOOS;
slow. .V higher; «te*rs. •* 25®t5 70 cww«L»i »3
■3>*»<7r.: h«-f»rs. $4 2V357 43; 6nl!a. $4 733:3 40;
r»lv«^. 5*5*4: stocfeers and f«*der». |4 75«5«4».
HOGS— Receipts. 32.C»»: »rrong; .V l 5! *-;" r:
'hoi"» heavy. $5» 67^: butcher*. $$*»»
f»67H: lf^ht mixed. !»«>#s!>«»: eftfrtc^ lischt.
«SS9SjS»Tn. pacfein?. %<> «-i1?Js>8B : ptsrs. ?t» 25
|»I>l. bulk of sales. $9«i0«5U70. SKEE3>—Re
ceipts. a>.oo*>; deiroralizfl: 1.\'320: !<wer; sr.oejj.
$4 754?5*?: y*arilnirs. «6 2»987. !*mb». fTgBBBaV
sprtns lambs, ** 731??» 25.
Oncinnati. ?Jay 23.— CATT1S— Receipt*. 1.T75:
slow and steady; fair to good »»itpp«rs. 893asf
$7 SO; Mir.moo. *2 2SSSS HOGS — Recetp'*.
633- active: .">■• lower; butc!s«r» and «tipp»r«.
.$» &V?J9 er.; eomrnon. $? ~g"«» «V. SHEET— Re
ceipts. 369; slow aa<l lower: $3 2*f 53 '•". 1-A«B»
— SlO^f and lo^er; $4SS"> 73-
Kansas rirv. May 23— CATTLE— Receipts.
; &00») including 2.«00 Southerns; steady to stroSsn
choic* export anil dressed beef st»«rs. S7SM 25;
fair to (rood. *»•*•£ 25: Western. «&e*/<J£
gtockers and f<?«Jer«i, «4 25©**: S«oath«rr $4 J>g
$«*>• Southern co««. *3 TT.^ST. 7.".; mtlre. $}??
$«;.-; heifers. $3357 65; bolls. [email protected]|SJO:
calves. $4<&.«7.V> HOGS— Receipt.". ''««; stea^r
to 5.- higher; top. J3152 1 *: bulk of sales, 9Sf
i. 53: h«*w. «f>.V>eS»(U ! 2; packers and bnteS.
i «•?. 43«»!> BO", light $»40^?»55: pi? 3. »9#
IS-J3O. PHECP— Re«iT>ts. io.nrw». 2T.«»v- lower:
1 lambs. $7SS»: yearllnars. $3 — *«R. wethers. 84 »
©$5 75- ewes. $4 25^?»: stockera and f»-d«rs\
»asr»."
East Buffalo. May 25. — CATTLE— Receipts.
3,7«j0; heavy; slow: ";»dv to % shade lower;
others fairly active ami steady to strong pTtm«
st<?ers $M-i'|B«4' shipping. $7'?*7>«. butcher*.
$3 s«§<7 7T>: heifers. Sj«S7 25: cows. J3 3«}Bp:
bull' «j«?rt 73: gtocic«Mr» and (MS>rt. »4 75^S-> S3:
stock heifers. $4 25©5» 3»; fresh cows aad sprtn^
#rs. $2353 10-xcr at $2735«5. VEALS— Receipts.
2.300; active and strons;; 89998 75: a few 8».
closln? slow. HOG«s— Receipta. 10.3W: _sytiv«>
and S^lOe higher: heavy and mixed. $»{*>« stf>;
Tnrk-r-. 910*9*10 -JO. pic SlO [email protected]*W20; (MM
I $8 6H<S«» IO: stags. $7 .Vt-ii*, 23: dairl^a. SO©
SV>lO. SHEEP AND UMB>- Rec»»ipt3. 13.5»:
Sheep slow and 25c l<v*»r; lambs active and Ho
biKher: ISSStML 57 25.§-?« »>: a few $!»: y^arUnsj".
$t>so!gs7: weth-rs. $3 30&53 73; ewes. »^slP«6
i sleep, mixed. |398#P
Plttsbitrs. May 23.— CATTLE— Supply fair;
rhatc*. $»©•&? 1". prime. *7 [email protected]$->- SHEEP— S3»«^
ply fair; p-ltr!** aethers. $s*V>as3 73: culIS aad.
common. S2 s<i>ff4. lambs, $4 *>«»> v VEAI*
CXIiVES S?^??. HOl3— RAr«lpt 9 fair: prim*
' h»avi«s, medium.* ar.d heavr- Tork»rs. »«n*il
j Yorkers and f^. *» BB©f!» roughs. &Ws3 75.
! »
ELGIN BUTTER MARKET.
Elsrtn. 3lJy 23.— Butter firm at BSE O'Jtput.
• (5.57.400 ha "
; CLOVERSEED PRICES.
1 fo!»dc? Mv 23.— CLOVERStKD. -»asr>. $«£>•>;
Octob*r. $4 45: Dec«mr»»r. $$43: March. SSiS.
TIMOTHY — Prime. $215. ALfIKE — Prime.
$6 CO: August, $7 40.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liv-rpoe!. May 2S.— "WHEAT— Spot *jn:
futures treaX: M-" ** S^4*: July. « »%l Oc
tober «a $ T »d. CORN— Spot qui»'. old Ameri
i can mixed. 5a ~ 'z-%. new kiln drl-d. 53 srsd:
via Galveston. 5s *?;d; ftrtarw <Jul!: Julr. •>
, PEAS— Canaaian. 7a 3d. FLOCR— Winter pat
ents 30* <*•! HOPS In London (Pacific Coast>.
■ '4^4 13s BEEF— Extra "'la mess, 12ft« 38.
PORK— Prime mew Western. 106s 9d HAIIS —
I Short cut. 76». BA^OS — Cumberland .rut. 70s
' 6d' saort rib. 72s 6d: cle3r bellies. "4s; Ion?
1 clear m!d3!es. light. 725: heavy. 71s «d: short
i clear backs. 723. SHOULDEP.S — Sqaare, «•.
I^ARl>— Prime Western, tierces. 63a ■yd: Ameri
■ can refined. palls. tsss. CHEESE— Canadian flr.
.*t whtM. 68«. roloi*d. Sis. TURrtetTjWß--
Spirita. 45». ROSlN— Common. Us. PETRO
LEL'M—7Hd. LINSESD OIL— J«V. COTTON
i SEED OlL— Hull r-«ne«l. spot. 31a SB. TAI-
j LOW- A'Jstriian in London. 375.
London. May 23.— SUGAR— Huscovado. 123 94;
centrirugat. 14s l'V 2 d: b»*t. 15»r*^ CAL
rtTT\ LJNSETITD, 58s m UNSEED OlLr—
37s 4'-d. SPERM OlL— £32. PETROLSOt—
! American refined. 6^d; spirits 7<J. TtIRPEN
TINE— SpMts. 44s 4 l id. ROSIN — Am«rloaa
straSned. lls: fine. •.- 6d.
Antwerp. May 23.— PETROLELM— I? francs
50 centime*.
Montreal. May 23.— CHEESE— Stronger; fod
i ders, U#O
BOSTON STOCKS.
tFr.rn!she<i by R- L. Day & Co.. No. 37 "Wan
I street. >
! Hay 21. May 23.! May 21. Ma; 23.
j Bos & vfb.2£4 J » 224 | Cal & Hecla.37s *3S«
Boston E1.. .1» 12« ! Centennial M 1?, 15
ruchb-g r,' 12* 129 Cop Rang* M «7«i —
'nVnH&H.IS4 — i^ranklia M t3> 13"4
¥£%&U ■% !^ b co?,M 4^ in
«* Srssi 88s 101 H: . Mohawk M... 51 V, SI
3BS«.EIC« !T4 •-> >■ 8ut«..... 34--* 33* i
.'o cref .. S5 l * 854 OsceoTa M...13S 140
Am 55 3*3 * 3*4 1 Old Dom M.. K«4 37J,
49 t-»f ..IS 1 * 13 ! » j Parrot M.... — 13H
Am T' & T-137 l36S!ouincy M.... 76 j£
V^xv En- T IS4 133 i Tamarac* ZL SO «srt
Yes* T& T 15^5 Woiver:r.» M 11» ilf
d. D-ef -S3 S3 I U S Smelter* 42H 42»i
iShaMOn M. 11^ 11^'Utob «H 24
j Unit rndt..lM 193 U
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