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cT AL DOMESTIC RECEJPTS, ■,
»--. t*s« •■■■.' €S7» '.Orances <Ca,». c«. J«W
,P^' ttls «7Sr7i 4.3rt.x>M <Cal>. cs 2.425
I bb'*--- - t .m, c-v,— j?s <Caii, pkr "U3 ,
*~ j-j»s • jft' .^a , Ar p-«e. bi?!s 11 * C V
2jft=»t- fAoVrv-j.-ns. bbls 2-«!
55^55 • sv:ms turp. bbu . so i
$£■•&>■ -■■■■ i,£SS : CSuVe turp. tbls . . !
g.f£».. ■-■■: 2^Ba.«ii !H
ss^t te=s -• tFS Oi . l2b -bbls.... JW
ReP£>~ ■• ■ js«| pea&sts. baa * »
«&■'*??! ' ' " " ■" s>> 7 o'ntTco. hbdt ... »0
%r3. tf • r73!xvijislcev. bbl» ... 7»
S^*f.;;; j.7?i;^^. sicks gs
ij.-i SriJM 65iCot*«efl oil. bbls. 241
i^cst. J*^'" * li.o,'>o <~orr.er m'tf, i-scj 1.655 ;
g^s. pW» - „> 4« ; fsi^^. Nils LtSOj
gt^"fiS Vo|^ V/.ne ««♦. M 0... =15
EXPORTS.
-r. PS3 Oflcakei a r.523. 500
«*^S ■ - VT -'" r> '- : *- ***" - T °!
ft*. **!r*~ LflflCißeef. bbls BCTJ
<**♦-«>.■.■■.' rislßeet uerc«» tj
iw-** J£T ' ' BB6! B»COB. TO <T. .«T5 i
n^sS£; LSOjHaaM. n. 4».«oo j
J^r«'UV ]^4t<ji*rd. rb res.Too
?*" > hbls 2775:Gr»sse. Tb 475000 !
VU.aT JXS»! Batter, fl- 2.«»j
TW-.r'"' xflOOiCbeeee. lb fi.O^ j
J *^--i« " SWllJard ci!. tato.. «»j
JsfLf^ rai«' ! .a»N'otVd Ul. pate. 18.S00]
S^a^™; SS.OCiO L.Bb oil. *ra>... 24.'.,=00 j
CASH QUOTATIONS.
J? s^:' No 3•l« » (Sosar. cramJated S.IS
T^*- "*V^ 2>. ««• [Molaiw.OgJwne 4«
S!l«7^ «T ; ' 7:--7-, B^ff. family ....*»» SO j
E2^ :• ri Pork. n.eFs 2400
SSveJ^J 1' - ' Korv d-s.J. IGrtTh ■ irOi I
*^Ne^- *T Lwd. M«e TTett. ITSO

*^,ir.«'. tKJerator. domestic t*?:s.
General market report.
V- Ncv TcrK. Jut.*- 3". 1010.
WitwtvhEaT — Mod«rstely actlva asi<i
ru>d ?'*■**" to sr:n In tbe fact of
„ T aiie« acj bt«aU< rppcrts cij the crop
"^J^r j^ ; :- ti," artemooa decHaed tstJet
-^"^■- COCKWISTI houses, ar.-l at the clo««
S^V^lc p« IW- Liv?rpo.j! fiec::tsed *«fc
■ i iiHfSrfi ***** XT * "*n*~«i ir.ipired by more
X«l arriTal- abroad and lar**r Ithlpmer;t^
C-^'-r-s'^a o**" expected, which ■Tnmmted
nftjW bsaAda. agairst 300/11!) last -week
*i^9BMM isr i-ear. A promtaeßt cro-. cx-
Si'aittMi «*• K > r ' ul *«O ** 66.000.H00
C-/r*"*as" 'Sat Ntrrasta would raire ir.orr
S ♦•* r>r-TKn«iH r»port infiicate-i. *M« at
SriaSc :••— Fttii-k.- cf -srh»at and flour in mlll-
S-- ac'i £-'* :2rc<> \iv:-^' from Oklahoma
"fj, jS»"lian-»*sirs Is on and that now wheat
wr £t%«a* <# -o? sUsraent m ab<3nt two "weeks,
1, Yrpmtm new uliemt b^inp effpred at
!P! _!», saßtßralnS out better than expected.
l^i",r; j.* ar.l IC» 1 Northern. $1 12 '« noir.l-
J?SV"k COBN— Moaetately active a-nfi pdeea
*;; '„-- cr^r. Later tmJae-i saged c.fT inj at
2?rt»»'tww 4©**e lower. No 2 corn hero
!S£Wtr doßHytle basif. to arrtrt.
« nirn. JC» 2 com. 6C"T'i nominal, f o o.
r'-^ui': prta* «asn« off a little lav -rttt
■' Sasfiocri* esp.-.«s for lIJ- •»-«•"« accordint
igTSm S «*«* and ÜBH.TMJU
i? 1 ., 'Lr K-'K -' •■• — cxp 0 "*-* ff r ' r "^^ """"^k
imir^"'"':*' Jaw *-«•«■ k and 14.314 la*l
Sfli^J^y',-7.^: .172. asainst SS.TCO.OW
ltf ' rf * r >TW VOUK TtUCES.
Vc«-cr
-
SS r
; r * n: — es'i *>=*
£ff- r e (KH
l<-WB»-r. — ,„. ,s^l
I»«caw. — ' "
TVTKKIOK BKAfJI'IS.
TVli«-a' i"m. Oata.
il*^.::..-.- gjg :
tZABOAKD CXEABANCES.
Fie- 1 "U'h.at Corn.
,«S» 38.00J 4:<.<:ort
g^E Is ;^ ISS
ISfeaa toO^rtaj th- biff pains of the Ust
T'-ers «• a coed demand, on a.
PrJ- Co»'-n ar.d the Biatiort clos?d steady .it
ir«ri «. !■»» tf *r-!m 6 to 21 poJata. The
tsSr.r w« f»a«y •"! a d^c:ia«> of B r°Jn™ l^ !
jTrj^^jr, 0 « - c---<.c ---<. During th« mil-lie o» j
•te '.her* «a a"s^rv treat b*oi old |
aaset less cl rtoot •©? points, but most ol -
f* t«s retv-.ered c-ir:ne: the afternoc— ,
noUt. spat Jr.ar--.ts f »r- r?nera!3y un- :
•icp: to %c h:p.-.-r. WeektT =.ov*rs«nt ;
Srrn- Port ■ «reiprs. T7.MM bales. a«aia*t
rirs lsr y«*r: ov«rlaa4 to mills and <"*a.n
•'o. 12.12:.* asalzs: 14.r..'.r, ia^x -.ear. Souta
« &Ui akicM. -Kiirsrcfi. 10.00©. a«a;nst
r..fev Us -»ii. less of Ftwrks at ta^cnor i
I MM UJlfc Mraiad :-V^-4 teat
vb»X^ U.to c^lit tor O» -week, i>J.--^, ,
I t*ssr 63 S^ laat --tar Total crc.p move- ,
larr:I arr: For. r«ce:rt£.' 7.07; fi;-' <l«.i-:;4 aid^
r-tOrtatss, Bt£j itirv P. 7 47>*7 last rear; j
I nrirf to r-J^s and Canada. 77S.Sr.S. against j
IIXI IXi 8 * itst *»j.r: Sootbera r^-lli taila^B. ,
£ :.«*Si agaffiVt ;i»COO0 laat year; s-.ocxs
f. twtier tn-s-cs la *s-e£j of P* rte:r;ber 1. •
'£3*. ts*:r^t I1S.7?" la«t :-ar; hrouyn- i
fty«jtt tha* far for Mason. 14.0SL.TM. j
*esrr. IS^I4,SJC te«l season . Th« total crop i
BBQst « lor SS3 flays this ?i»£?or.. agiiaet (
•M.f"^ igr ss f aj"r.. i^"cs" contract pnets:
Terter
. ltasfta.Hl*t. Lc*. Close. day.
?-* ra»H39 15 20 ln.yg 15.-0 13^3
'''■■: 2.4" 15.C l-"> 22 1",.3«£^.?.7 15.4-"
itcai^fsiJi n.fi» 14^ n.7?ti4.7i» uss
*tr!=itr. H^f 13.«9 JIM :r..:-;4213.3." 13JS
tl^*-...t I^*-... t« i^.^ H-.5; I£J««I2JS7 12.5<»
*W4» - — — 12 45^12 47 12-4.X
I tfssSer. !«.c 12.«5 12J» - liSHfiliM 12.4 A
■ *arr.. 2.3' 12J6 XiSO 12.84fi12.55 32-3«
1•t0t....I •t0t .... Z2.2S 12-id 11.D3 IZC-631-CS 12 35
"W s^:r K3 sm±a&s«d at 30.4f»c fot
rl^arsr:«i £ -c 1- *:■- icr =iiiiir.c Gu!f.
*:«- Ujtt bales; Oalfmcfl en contract. *'"*o •
*•■* — "^erpt>o: cat>t: Spot, good demc-ni:
jw». Uaot i.il~f. rpecnlatlea and export.
•-• isarisr.. f ■.-.-.. : — r-n«. I,<KW. none
',^,' a =: «UftO!a« oplaaO, 5.23 d. FatßTea
#^t- - r.«4*:,- zt £g; points advance; closed
;ps-i iriver :- 2 4 points l-.igrher.
;: 2:;-'" ifi - Jto^Jtaly, 7.7 Ad: Jalr-Asrast.
i . :^»»; i.i*=r-Her*. tt — >'•'- 7.."5 d: Septtrr.ber
,*2T '**--<'-■ Octo»>»r-Xo-enibeT. «-674:
■fj9iiK-Zi*r»T^^r, f. "*c: De^eTT-ber-.Tan
i^^iM Jmuir -February. (LS2^s4: F*-b-
Sgtefc f.siv.<i: Ma-ch-April. "6.C0---d;
ff™ Mow aettvt aud firmer, prices I
«« -.*' c E '"- aflv«a<-» of ■" Sl4 polnta, -a-ilb. ]
g»*gaw bagv of which 7e.3of>7 e .3of> rere
E.'-in? ksi ir^pir>»(J by firmness
t^: '-"> Harr« -sat Hffl franc liieher
• Kiiburr '. ft :.. r f»-n"^ 'advacct. Firm
<»«w? ■ ' 8 - !! eontlwie above a parity
y~ ■;• MCtl market, bet Sar.tos ehippers
«-T_^ yitkt ccnc-si!j=s ar.d as stocks are
,£-£* b»r« traders ar*< becoralns
t^^^r; »?P*»hcr.«-vr '-era'-dir-B fa tt:r« re
k-^~* =ti -, Erar.'::ir. r^rkets ii^chanjted.
I r-r, .'.*~* r -?« or : L-r>'r. r.as l-10d higher.
a, jT^ 1 - *■'£ *b!« ft-Tr.n«a is beUei cd to b«
»>-! '~ c pr-.r.eipai suitanr.nf factor? :n the
£S s^-rirr-.s ti^ taarket thi? **«lc<
il» i,'*;'-'- 1 -■■;;■■ points, and tra.si::s lit»
'^W7W 7 *"""' '"■ * "' • t °~" tl^ 1 « P"1
■*p^a **" ba "-* <r "* c f>>r Rl ° Xo 7 "
Teeter
.'». Or-»n. Elci !>-••• . Com. <Sa-.
i."arV - «.40e«.«a 6.an
i-ja, «-t5 •■; ss t. 4<« 6 45^ f> :#■> «.S.">
k^-w' ■' "■'■-' :■". *'.*:>
Sgr^ *'' •■• = c*>*e *>* G'y-'aa.tf. «.r-j :
CKy,' - <.«f:firt^ T . I»..S<'
■e^esti*-' „ - GCiS«'.7O €-53
js^y" «-«» c.73 6.T9 » :■>■••!« 75 :«.«©
•-. 7.";''i<i.74 »i <52 !
H *•*..' ■ ,~ «r..77£H.7S «-U
«•?•.. s<< <". 7., «i 7V"S«S7 V "S«S W* •',«?.".
I
th *- * ?«*>^no«r^ n iet an-? n«n
►^! 'f'- »*„ ' ? " winter «tral«*t*
s>^»V.~ . patents J^ ?.*;SSri2O:
fc- 44 «►% „■■*-," '■ * 4 4 »: choice to
fiSsSFSL?;. OORN-SffeAL— KJJb dried.
v«v»"«. ***«- T;^*- whif at,d voNow.
SjS Srh^ati : 25 « il no - FEED—
£": Soar'^f' /. - 4 ■ standard middling.
■ — —
l^ff? ii.l beef iujis. tsmsn.
SS*rSi-iS.IIr ft J-AIII>— Casy.
SB '■ :T.'.:rj--:Ti.. r;t s-. 3 = I*-':1 *-': r*
u^ £r EArj.v£L,:;'r"iV.,'-;'r tKiau#l - »*«
SuS; IJsl2sl : ci ' 7 !ard -
S^«WS>f?iJ ;*' "- ut •--"• t*r\
S ".-htr-Ji" V""' 3 ' 111 market for
* | n7l lrm •«■•• i'r'.v,' !<J ♦-"■ *«r p^«t
&«S^*W%?u»«M4 -«y. win.
I ■ .- • r*«t« ;r !lj: , c - i - ::7 ■ - «
■'«.,: SCI * fc *» June. 22Ciii
,32.*0 c; Julr sr.3 Anjtist. ?=.«J«Sr.TSc: Pep
10-=. »nd futur«. £149 15? LEAD-Ea-:: j-pot,
4.40 5 i 4.50 c New Yerk and 4.2' »1i * -;•;
I Leuif. Losflori lower: spot. CIS 13* •'*• * p t*K
TER— Dull: spot. S.SOSS.Sde »«*:^7E!*S
spot . £22 2m «3. IROX atrttatdtt **»«^2
•asv No 1 fonridrv Ncrt&ern. *■ 16 TSv *3;
-
CS MOLI%SSES r AND "sTRUPS — St»»fly to flraa,
iatNAVAL-STOBE?-SPTRTT?i at NAVAL-STOBE?-SPTRTT? TTRPENTncE
— Firtner. at 15. ROSIN— FWS. TAR— 3tea<3y
OILS— LINfSEn mml »'-'>-' 4I " • »*'"•«
... r )-; r«» . ißis
: ateTwst et town. TTrt7&c: Calcutta, r*^.^-...
I COTTONSEED OIL— Quitt; »*l*« 4.000 btis.
lutd prteea a llttl* auter. •«inf unchanrtfl to
! S rciat* en iott-«r. Local caatract prl^ Mer _
OMn Tllri t^c"" Cl<>»*-
jot ;:;;..: :&.<» *.«» t.m yjgii-s 5 52
I July 500 SOO !.« " :■ ;; I *
|Aasu«t 7.TJ7 f3 I.*? T.965T.M SOl
tcptemb-r . .7.67 TS* 7.«T 7 fiTtjT.SS •SS
I October 754 7.3* T. 30 7 31^7 32 .82
(November «7* «.74 C 74 * 746« «•.»
r>ecetr.ber ...C.*« « ♦« « ♦«■• * 4«q*4S « 47
Jaauarr . — — — 6 47U6.49 «■*•
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
N>w rerfc. June ■""'■ 1P 1"
MUaKfl AND rEA!«i— ReceJpti. 843 ba««
beans. 4t<o p^a*. 6iigbt3y firmer h<>l(3in* of
«-ho!c« -white t-cas*. but tradw still li»ht. Rwl
kidney consinuf to aSvaaee, with a further strong
! feelini. Crotch r»»* BEANS, marro*-.
<-»..;c», fushcl. *3^*3 "-*>. fair to srool. *- ""»
f2W: medium, choice, « 37>s'5-K 40: pea, fS3.t
©S2 40; fair to rood. $2 23<5 52 30; Imported n:*
diuia. ?2 I«S52»>; r«». »ir.fs2 2T.; vhlto Klfl
r.»>y. f8: red ki<3a<r. |4 30ff?4 33; rdtew <>>•*,
Ml 5: tlsck turtle soup. »2 7jS|2K>: limn «Sil>
forr.ia. S3e>3 Cii; TEA;?. Scctch. bas». busliel,
«."*o-irJ2:c.'Vi.
BlTTEß— receipt*. 12.05S jik»«. Steady on
very 7-,i£h irrsde fiaaii creamery, but somewhat
weaker on mecium and lower *r»d«>s. General
Trade «la»° and accumulations are being- added
to. Factarj' firm; packlnir stock steady, although
qnietcr. •'Yeanieo". sp«oial». tt, SSH^ii'c: ex
tras. C«f2S»«c: Ortitt, 27g27Hc; seconds, -fl'iic;
thli-Ss. ctate dairy tuba, finest. 2>o;
irotid to prtm«. -Rjf^'c; common to fair, rn'ru
0c; pr«x«ss. ppecia!?. 26c: ertran. 25^i5'» r :
nrsi*. i4c; wecoud... I'SiTCSVic: Western Imitation
creamery, firsts, 24Q:.V: factory, first*. Sn'tS
i3^»e; second*. 23<- ; thirds. :iff22c: r?ck!ne
sto-k. Xn 1, 23c; No 2, 22Sc; No 3. 'Sllt22c
< HEF.SK — 4,«71» boxes. Fair trad*
in better gradrs cf whole milk, and market well
sustained at 14c for fancy. Small colons some
times heJfl for a premium. but strairht lines can
Rtai b« bought at the quotation. No change In
sk!m». although there was a srorv,] trad' State,
whei*. xrholi! milk. new. ypecia!*. 14 v 4fil«'':
fancy small or l&rjre, «?olor«d cr white, 14o:
»-^ra«f prim*. JS'afilS**-; fair to »r.^-.j. 12H©
lS'-ac; ccrr-mon. lO^JllVc; skljr.f, sp*»:Ss!». 11*40;
r.m, X> 1 45105 c: fair to £do 3, 7«08%c; com
mon. 4\C6»«c: full skims, r^^Vic. ilontreal
strong at lieil'ac.
EGGS*— Receipts. 19.433 csees About stfadr.
hut stocK freely offered, and for grades above
firsts outside quotaticcs. are extreme. Prices are,
fccwever, unchanged. -•a:». Pennsylvania and
nearby hT.wry n-hlteF. 24®2«c: rathered. £3«
•X*; hennerj' bfoT<-ns. fancy, gag3f: gathered.
rig22c: fres^i palliered »e!«-ct«!, extras, i'<".
storaf* pack»d. estra firEtK. 2:"'t.-. first*. 2fi -s *
fresh pathervd, *xtra firsts. 20*13212; firsts.
I»4S2<>; s»coaiSs, l^'sfil*-; thirds and lower
c^adf*. !7SISc: fresh sath»refl dirties. No 1. IS3
l^Sc: No 2 and poorer. Ifi^l7^e; checks, prime.
K.**3l7c; checks ana cra':k«d. jrjor to fair. 14
£16c.
FRITTS — DRIED— Local lobbtßg tra'Se tak
lnx lioid rather better and a fair movement in
F:r.*]l lets cf evaporated apples. Not much oar
i'.t business. No transaction* la future*; 6^»c
in^at bo paid for N*o%-emb«r delivery, but noth
ing offored uxder "<•. chops and waste steady.
APPLHs. erajwate.l. fancy, Tb, io^*#io%e;
choice. BSS^ic; prime, carloTp. Tc. Jobbinit sales,
71»574c;7 I »S74c; common to fair, «;s«^r l»08, P'-siMi^.
ccr»-s at2d skins. li» 7b, $1 «&f 1 73: chopped.
J"n»ltlC 100 7b, J2SJ2 2S: Canadian. $160®
$1 70: ArRICOTS. California, M^orpark. Tb, 12S
IS^c; Rorai. lO't^lic: PEACHES, peeled. 15©
ISc: uapeelcd, Cas s ee; PRUNES. Cg7 l sc.
rRI'IT- FRESH— Apple* In li^ht supply
and ratrer firrr Peaches and plums more plenty
and lower. Ch-rries steady. Strawberries in
rood aval It MM pricee. TJiacktherrl^s
ca«i< r. Raspberries large'?' i>oor. Ilucklfberri^s
firm. <"'jrra.r.ts Bemee. Orargt-s and grapefruit
firm, norida iriiskmelons firmer, but California
l"wcr. >\'at?rme;ons in pnod drciaand and linn.
IMn*-ap;^cs in hcavv rupplv. but. demand active.
APPXJgjg Northern Bvy. DM. S-4SST. ."•" Baldwin.
$i'2sZ; Ben Davi.-. $3 00(3*4 :*»; Russet. $:[email protected];
cfnanor, $2fis2oU; Far Wtstern, i«j*et. $'-'£
«S; I'CACKES. Florida, carrier. SI ~>Qt2 :>0:
Cw.lH.ll and South Carolina, $1 2-"S*2: PLUMb.
GtotfU, carrier. 51 75£?2 7.": .-HERRI] red
and Mack. B-tb basket. .".o!S7ric; white.
rr-'l ar.d Mark. r*>*cti basktt. $1 25551 white.
SI; pour. $ltsl 2." : reeet. tjuart. y&l2c: n 4jß
l'Jc; sour tjuart, 7SKic: rt. igbc: CURRANTS,
Delaware an-1 Maryland. quart. HSl2c:
fTP.AWBERP.irs i-'ta.:en Island, quart. hSISc;
Hilton anO IrvimTon. i"Ql2r; upnvcr. V.f>Vl<;
Jtrser. Siznc: Delawaro ar.u Maryland. 4««> < c;
BLACKBERRIES. North Carolina, quari. SglOc;
RASPBERBXSS, Jersey, red. plat, l<Mfl3c: Dd
a»ar« ani Mnr>iancl, BQlle; HrCKI.EBER
RIES. North Carolina, quart. 10O13e; OOOf^E
BERRISS *TT:al!, gr*"n. quart, fr'STlOr;
dP.^NGEf Florida box. f I 6OOS* SO; California,
51 50SJ4: GRAPEFRUIT. Florida, box. $2-5*5 50;
JII'SKMELON.-", crat". *1 4DO*-'<: CaJitorr.la.
s:ar;dar.l crat". 5^ -OS $3 75 : pony. *2fiJ3;
WATSBMELOKS. Fiorida. la bulk. iou. *;*••§ -v>.
ra;!. carload S3OU0$«O; via Btesxner. $2500^0;
I'INEATPLES. cratp. Jl 2T.SJ2, Cuba. $1 '^S?-;
rort'j Rico. SISJ-
11OI*? — saies of 330 bales choi<-» Sacra
mcr.tos at 12*»c to tueiere. Remaining lots p*n
era:'-- h€ld hi«rh"=r. A lut cf >acramentos sold
at 12'iC. and soni" ctLer sman lots can be had
a: ?a;n« Sjrurf. In Oregon some business re
ported at llgl^r. but ;-.cldrrs not Ine4 to
eel] at that pric». Some oaers for contracts
ha- e been n-.a^-? ir. Oregon at ir>c. but ero^^rs
r«lu»« to st;i l*a is not asked In SonOir-a.
In Ne-.<- York State trading- is in a small way
at former price?. Locally the market i« first
=ta-» l^W rrira? to choi^ 24?26<- ; mediura to
quod!' --/sir-:, Fac;2c Coa.at. 1&03. rrirr.o to
chclc? ltiSl7c: medttm to cood." liVl^c: 13O».
5-lVe'to S:oict. iosfic; 1007. I** 6fl
6c: G*rman. IS^P. 60CTp5c. .
H.VV AND riTR.4»V— Top grades cf timothy
hay contics to improve, but no change in me
dium sa4 K»w grades. Ordtcarr clover Uri to
marc at ar.v pnec. Straw ■p.eak. HAl— Tsrn
1 io- ?hipp!r-r. 75c; packirs. SC-c; clover
aTirdov*r mixed. 50d»L s=TRAV.;-L'Tg rr*
€sg7w; Aart and tar.gled rye, we; eat aai
T> J?6rTTKT— Al.n-E— Receipt-. 2 eat* b]
f™ ; »-t ar.d if*» •emxterlsc coops b- express.
-
SSmwTjid oML - I2«*c: Trn'RETS. 1J» ?*f :
brCKS. 1««: GEEgE. 11"-: GUINEA ( sgED—
oaJr €i"'c- Plt-KON'S. pair. 39ti DRE^fcED—
FYcd kiPM fowls in mod^rat* ■upf ■ and
firm Eroilerr about tt«dy. Fresh turktys
SShilar. Pouabs urchaneed Frozen ehlcJc
;-V K aVi*v b2t desir ? .Me (Trades Brm. Fresh
vti'-d TCRKETS. W«ate*n. averars -st hens
or '-m S V-- fa- to esci 153 1Tc: broilers
rJ. ■'-
p..p £..- nicked S^c; scaifled. 253 -Sc.
FOXn!sSxr£tm t»xe«, dr-. 4S 1b ar.d o-er.
dosen 1©»*©20o; St> to 4J Ib. ISo: lc«d, dry
t<%ei 4 Ib and o->>=r. culls out. l»c: avtrajre
giv. tt4ieb* as they run, l« l 3 c; small, bar
retaT lee« / 17™#18C scalded, ic-d. fancy.
ZOc; Eouth-A and fou.Ke^UHc.^r

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ton
»,^. f-,-^, 36^2<:t: corn f< <}. I^-,<:>vJi "
lo2iV«.c: FOWLS, dry Picked. WfWhc;
COCXf. c! 4, 14 : sC
rCT*TOE^ V>D VEGKTABI Potatoes
j^^-'.Virh'avv receipts, but demanc »c
[.,,"■ onions f.rnv-r for choice A?pa.ra*rus
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Eastern Btoore. *r?-. •* •**!?• ttSSoe: vir
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C.-M7.V B-rmudjt crate ps PAH-. _.
Ear-.cn, Fl-orj- 7 »»■ ,*" ! I-,.* v^gir..*. wai.
$12.-,; third 1 -" sv ; i :,, I ,v' ( rr,-fu. 75c<|$l:
half WliipSK^SySwe N««' ; OutJltoa!
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LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New York. June 1", !'•""- .
fIKKWS-nr.Hp'«, 11» run., or^Ml hr»d

. „i.% . droa^l
- , J- m'r n '
T.M- „...- 1.225 V^L,
,iai» Mr
real JTliniu.
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NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUXE. 9ATURDAY, J^^E 11 \xttf.
121« it.. Mac 2t>. 1110 it* S5 SO- )2 ' 1254 7b.
18 14. 1202 Ib $7 60; 42. 1000 lb, IT 83; 13.
1013 n>. ?7 63; 2. 77r. Tb. $3 50: S bulls. 102&
!b. 50 10; 1!> cows. 1>65 rb. $ofcs- I<\ &03 tb.
*4 7S; 1. CbO n>, 54 CO; 1. ir>2o 1b '?4 20- 1 S7f>
It, 13 «0; 7, 774 Tb, 13 40. " '
S. Saunters: 15 Pennsylvania s»«sr9 1400 Tb.
???<>: if, 1211 ft. $*4.*. 21 Maryland. 1083 Ib.
JTW; 21. 1082 Ib IT r- 1!». 1115" rb. *7 ZQ: 21,
1095 Tb. S7 50; 1. 1000 Ib. |K.-n 15 bolls 13« Tb.
fCW: 1. 1050 Ib, ?6: 1. 750 ... 1 cotv,
lain rb. $5 50 5. $>v> r»>, ?4 s<»- 12 023 rt> f+s*" 1
0, &60 Ib. (■i 15; 4, 813 Tb, 53 10: 4. T<*i Ib, $3 30. '
CAI.VKS— R««Jpt» 570. Inrludinr 833 for
th« market. Prtcts firm all arcynd iledtum
to Prime veal*. ** 755J510 per 100 Tb- culls.
• <«»• BO tuttermllks. S7. TXress«d calves firm
at 13*iG15c for city dressed veals UH#Uc for
City dressed buttermilks and 1A31"1 A 3l" for ccuntr^-
Cresseil cah-es.
Sales— 9. Sanders: 284 vealu, 354 Tb »• •■■ac
110 par 100 TT> : 2, 145 Tb. $3 50: 6 culls 10* rb,
*'n : jA IIS Sl-.S 1 -. 17: " fcut «rminu. J3l'ft. «- '
O. & L 6. Dlllenback: 35 veal*. !46 rb. $10.
* SHEEP AND LAMBS— Receipt-! S3 cars, 0
...5« head; 11 car* for elaught""- an 1 19 for
market. Sheep steady, •with ni r"ir.'* offered;
l*mh« active and strong; the pen^ -R-ere cleared'
commen to fair she-p ao]d at .«4JS". 90 per 100
«i»*^ 1J "- »* c *' sso - inferior to pi-ima lambs.
JSSSIO; vesrlinprs, $7 505** L«r»*se4 mutwa
«ea<!r at '10«12 : jc.: <lresse3 lambs 15tl!s'ic
drer*«4 yearlings. 13£16 c. JC .
friJ<?s~K€rn* CoEtnlsPion Co i 242 T*>«» Vlr
fla!% lamb*. «4 n> avorafr«. $10 p* r 100 rb- 247
«5 ■» '« $10. i;4S Virginia. C? Tb. J10: SSP. 63 tb.
iW; 5 Indiana ■„** rh. $t>;^. is Indiana rear
fou^-'. 11. «:», it. USO, 3> VJrpnJa, IT ID, J5 50
- "^Jpjji. ■• 04. «
,-^ r ? t(: " ! & CV> : J* Virginia lamb*. 67 "rh $10;
in, SI •'■ $16 274, «S rb. |J<»: 22S C"< Tb $10
g'fiMata abe«p. I* 1 Ib. $4 7? ! 80 t<» * :
»4 JK' 31. 9Ti n>. $«.
Tcbln & Shannon: 2fV"> Virginia lamb*. »57 Tb.
Jio; i«>. M ra. tio : 22*. ,<k n>. $1(% : m. ,r. n
$I<2: I*. 52 II) $9; a Virginia sheep. 117 ft, *.">.
SJup^rs' Commission Co.: 28.1 Virsiiiia Umb».
65 In, 110.
<^ ■ ■- . S7S A-irrir:a flambc <w tt,
*i°. a n. *.-. 50
8. Sanders: 247 Virginia lamb?. 84 Ib. *10- 7
state, 61 tb. 50; 7 , tm te sheep. M Ib, 96 2.".'
HOGS — Receipts. 12 cars, or 2.28" head, all
for slausrhtor except » f-n- head. OUadj to
*Ton«r for live ho*s. Good medium -«)i«Uht sold
a: *10 10 per 100 it,.
SiJef— p. ganders: 14 utato ttcca. i<?u ft aver
•*". ?1"10 per 10ft n-; i ro«u 4»i> n>. $3 10; 2
eta?*. 25r. Ib. $8 10.
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS.
ChJrtß'.. JaM 10.— CATTL&— R*ceipts 2.000;
flu.l. ste»rs. $6 25-3?* T*.. , cc O n*. ?4 »©»« »>:
heif«r». $4C5'5?7 2S; bulls, $4 8091*23 calves.
•3flse. stockers and feeder*, >■ 75Q56 50. TIOOP
— Receipts. S.OO>: firm: chol<-« heavy. «B5
»• i 0; butcher*. fS63'g?o 70; mix-yi. $J»ssesS 60;
iW - f<«^S-gff. 70; packing t» »(5 $!) C 3; pl?«.
f»i|.>Ss3«s ; bulk of pales $9 ,-> r.^g s9 60. SHEEP
— Reoetpta. 6.000: *?»ei- to «tron«r: eh»«p. $.115
£ 1 ? A 10:A 10: 3* arlln «. |690ft79< lamb*, $7 *«g
*'• 10; sprint lamb*, $«««.-.
Kansas City. .Time »'.— CATTLK— Receipts.
2.000, inciudin« 1.500 Southerns: steady and ac
tive; calves. 2.%^r.0c Jcwer; dressed beef and ex
port steers. $7 40«n550: fair to r?od. j.-, 60S
97 40: Westam. $:> ."Vj^ ys 25 ; ctockers and feed
ers. *4 253$rt 40; Southern $4 .»<g?fv Southern
S^T^Vn.* 3^*** sol natlV1 *- $525.35<5 25; heifers.
MMOTfO: bulls, Ml3e«sfcs; calves. J4St>.V..
HOUS— Receipts. 5.500; 5c lover; cloyM strong
t9Pr_ J>-<»; bulk of siuec. $9Ss<esS>43. he*vj-;
*)4.iS>ftoO: packers and butchers. $3 33f59 45:
Hrjt^ f»So^£9 42>4: pls«. SSTSSmrt. SHEEP
Paeetpts. 2.000; liv hi«*^r; lambs. $7 505
50; yearlinipi. $6 50S$8 : -Reth-rs, $r,isf«s 80
e-wes. $4 to© $6; stock»rs and feeders. f3gsG 50.
East Buffalo. June 10. — CATTXE- Recaipta, 73
flrni: prime steers. $8 25*i$S ts(>. VEALS—Tte
5* lpt J« 1.800; flow and » lower; 57ff?r»25; a
feu »50. H° — R«c«>lt>t* 4.&00: slow and 5$
i^ c «- hIRn * r: he » v y- $»wa*aoo: mixed, sa^n
$00. Yorkers. *!» «.W>^sl<.. pig*. $103$10 10
roughs. $S88«f»; dairies. $!> 7c,ig $1«\ * HEEP
AN"D LAMB?- Receipts. 2.400; active: t. ethers.
lOc: lambF. 25- lower; lambs, $t;Q?M7r,; wethers
foSfo 15.
Cincinnati. June 10.— C.\TTX,F^-R«>ceirts. 525
steady; fair to good shippers. $* 40*9*7 30- com
men $2 2r.ss4 00. HOGS— Heceipts. 5.<V«5;
li V: s'!5 ' ! lower: butchers an Phirpers. $:• «oe
$3 6..; common. *S 75G59 C 5. SWEEP Receipts.
1 .".Cm; Btronj to 10c hiffhrr: f2Soef4oO. Lamb*
atronir; S4w'Sf» ]^.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. June 10.— As a bogir. tho ids? of a
s^u-^ze in July wh.-at hero was pur out of
bus!r.?fn to-<lay for th« time twins at least. The
i fact f!-,at nf-«- crop Tun grrs of hieh quality
j ■nitliin :5c of th-> eliicapo basis. s.>i-.e<l to /riv«
tht trade a r*~st as to ar.y Fuppo^e-J stringency.
Tne market ease.] off uniformly n^ar tt» end
and cio»od st a net Jeclhie of -\T> 7 ,c to lc.
Corn fi:ii.-h<Hi 'agrio town, i^nd fiats 'ig'jc.
; Final figures for provisions ra^e^d -'ie lower to
12 l jo higher. Pressure of iif-iv wheat on the
Texas markets and or oK w-hrat at ICansas City
pr^a:ly rellered anxiety on the part o f bearishlv
dippnjMvi traders. It was contcnSrd tliat bargain
rric*-n were luliug h<-r*s as compare-. 1 nitli the
Northwest. Even more forceful in this respect
■wa* the discovery that th*? «.iig« seemed to be
coming off th« caah wheat market. MilU have
bfen generous buyers laitly. an*"l wcr" said to
be treil KtCK-kM up. It tva.s predicted that liar
vesting- In Illinois and Missouri would begin by
.Tun<s 9 SrptenSber riov»«i within o !■- limit.
from So r **Ss'>l : 4 -. closing Pas; rst 80%]T9OT*C| a
net lo*»e of T »ai«*. Range of pr!cc«:
Yester
"V\"hcat: »>f><»n. 11 ill. T»ow. ( ■'!nf<«. day.
July .. !'.->*» 'X>\ <M 3»M 3 » r-4' : *QH
September . '.'i'; M*« '>>?* 801J 01 3t3 t
December... r<l '* :•! -""a '■-• ; 90% I>lU
Cora:
July SOH **> r.S T « r-SH C-J'.i
September.. «i» •*. « W 5 , .''.•.♦■''» «<»
December... ."'T"* ?>* ."T l^ BTS» ."7^
Oata:
July ... 37 C7\ Mi 30% S7'*
!?ept«mber.. :-C.*« 25% i 35'« .'v>^ r* 5*5 *
December.: ."56 : » .".-H'* C5 r i 35% :■*
Lard;
July ...... sl2 4:. $li4J '■:.:::. fl2 *0 $12 45
geptemtwr. 1235 1237 12 20 12 ar> 12 37
TUbF: -
July . . 1253 liST 12—. 12*7 12 ST.
September. V. "7 12 87 1- 27 12-40 12 37
Pork :
July 22 40 2" C 2"2 40 22 <-'2 22 50
Beptember. 21 &0 21 v:> n v" 1 2193 21 0;
PRINT CLOTH MARKET.
Fall River. Jen* 10 — Sales far th* w*Mlt in
the print cloth ina.rket ?re estimated at 50,000
pieces. Th* market has continued, quiet. In
quiries for goods ha-» b^<»n fe-.v, e.r.d offerings
below present prices trere refused by the
mills. iPri"es. - •-•- squares, 4c. nomi
nal; 2fi-lnch, <*4 b-- €■", S',c: :<*~-inch. 04
squares. .'Sc: .".9-ir.ch. 68 by 72. s«ic.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET
Bestcn, Jane 10. — "The Commercial BoUetta"
xrl'l ny of the wool market to-raorroti : "Trad
ing !s "at a still 10-rrer poir.t than last ■weeic,
the principal transaction being that of 230 bales
of'Nfv Zealand cross br»d. 3«S to 40s. It A? "J
35c A little lift tv 00! is movir.ff at slight
ccneeEsions. while sales of territory arc practi
cally limited to scoured e^ocv-, which sells at
62c 'for Sr.». New York &tat» *s aili at 2S*:.
Michigan U blood. 26c. anJ Ohio U blood. 273
28 c. California and Texas woe's are v.Hhoit
cajl of lniT>c-Tance. while tulled v.-ocls are BOOT—
:r>? very stowl? ESastern manufacturers are dot
Operating in Oregon ani Idaho vith moderate
ff^ed^m et about 58C30c. scourefl. l-j^^s.i Eos
ton, but dea'ers ar« buying- very little r ©I. Tht
shipments of ■"-00 l from I-:ost"n to Juno J", in
erasfTe. weie £* 732.(577 pounds, againrt 116,542,
645 pounds f.or the pam» time last year. Th^ r»
c<MpT*? to June P. Inclusive, iver* 99,630,167
pound*, against 162.002,142 (cr th» samp period
laf. :-»ar.' s
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Uretpooi. June 10 — -WHEAT— =j-ct dull. No 2
red Vestern winter, no sfx^k: (tttorea quiet;
July, 6s S^'si: October, 6s "Hd: t>»?e7P.ber. nomi
nal! COR^.' — fpc r:a!<y; <%lj Aineiicaa mixed, 5s
4d; nsn- kiln dr!"!. 4s Jl-'id: Uo '-la Galveston.
5s 3d- future* eteady: July. ncn-ir.al; Pcpfmh^r,
4« C^d. PEAS — Canadian. 7s FXOCB — f\'!nr o r
patents. 2ss crt H'.'PS in lyondon (Facific Coast),
i-uni^i BEE^ — Cxtra India mess. ll'7s 6d.
PORK— Pririf nv^s, Western. I I"**I I "** '..i. JIAM?-
Fhort cot, 76s *S<J EACOX — Cumb^riand cut.
C.'9 6d « ; i--.rT rib. 72s 6d; cl^-ar be:l!»<=. 7,Ts; less
dear middles, I'sht. 7^s: heavj-. "l« 6d: short
clear backs. •*?<! Sd. BHOUIJSEBB— Square, 63s
m t.ARD— Prim« Western, tierces. >V,s f<d;
»ni"nam refined, pail?. Ma r..!. CHEESE—Ca
i-js'.iia • ftn*fst white, ">>>s 6d; colored. 565. TCR
pirvTlNE—^r'-i'E. 42s &'i. HOSIX — Corrmon,
ir.r ->d" PETROIJEUM— Refined. 7-jd. LIX
cEr-r»c r-r» E '"'II- r'ss 3-i. OOTTONSEgaS OIL — Hull
reflsed, rpot. 27s PJ. _ TALLOW— Australian In
London. Ci«.
London. Juno 10.~6rjGAR— Raw. tentfifura!.
I 4« «d. rnus-o'-a i ;•. !2« 64; b"jet, -Tut. Us 74d.
T in«EEI> — Cataitta, Jone-July. Ms s^t'i. I.IX
SEED OIL. 7^s S'»d. KPERM t-'IL. i 32. PE
n-Eni riM A me -''"an refiri»<i f> '-1= d . epi'-lp. 7d.
TCBrajm»f&-eptrtts. 43., an. rosin—
American rt^ained. Its; fins. I.js '*i
AT , ■ -rp. Jun«» ]O— rKTIIOLKITT. 13 franei
B0 centlmf"-
CHICAGO STOCKS.
cru-nl**»* *V C'jrtis * Sans-r. No. 4!» Wall
i«tr«et.i
Open. High. l-.t. close.
«7. rooth Fifh pre.f -.• «1 *1 CO *«n
*„•*! Till- & Tr...14S I4S 14S 14-i
-^rhi- T*.lephODe...lls» 110 118 118
in c\ ■ i-7 n ■
2
lf 7 Piamond NUt,-h.. OSS MJj o*., OSJj
j*. M.Mr-rum-Howell.. 66J4 MS MS MH
WMrtMe* 63 .^' «aii i^ =
„«.. j rrtif *"' '*' , ''-i-3 •>>
"•-. Nat BlsouU rref..!234 12r:'i 123^ 120*
i?oSak«-Oatspref.l« W3 1W no
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2t ! -> >htp ■ - 7 ,. i:iT - ]V r
r,o i: B Steel " - •• - " = " »
BONDS.
; : 258 SSS
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
«;»!! Franci?«'o. June I<>.-The bfflclil rlos
iri quotations for """"" rtock. io-dn>
v«« ■
.JUiJulia- 10
Alt* , [Kentucky Con ... . 13
Alpha <oa • lM\tSjaUma „ IJB
An-1*" • fft\ Oi-cidcnt;!) Con . . .3"
Uel'-!i«T !.'. «"n*'r i*U
Bulll'Jfi nji; (herman . ./ft
,'a^ionia . . . • 19 RaTa*e . 22
<-ha:l«ng'; < on .14: Fax n-lcher 22
r-jioilar .-.'i Sierra N- V \aila 'Jft
Confl'l»f><' >? •■-• ,IC\Vniot» «:on ::"
<r''m «"*al * ** <t4;l'tah «"oti 'ih
run linprnai.. ;»•! Veil-uv Ja>Urt tC
CHURCH AND RELIGIOUS NEWS NOTES
Proqrammfi of World Missionary Conference Beginning at Edin
burgh Next Week,
Flan«. are no?. perfected for the world
missionary conference to be opened at
Edinburgh next week, extending- from the
Uth to the 23d, inclusive. Th? British.
Continental and American executive com
mittees are working in perfect harmony.
The British committee, belr>-S la the coun
try where the conference is to be held,
naturally has the heaviest responsibility.
The American executive committee hsrs
availed itself of the authority given to it
last year to add to Its numbers, and the
committee now stands as follows: r Th«
Rev. Drs. Arthur J. Brown. Thomas S.
Barbour. James L. Barton, Harlan P.
Beach. Henry v. Cobb. V. P.. L«rmbuth.
Arthur I. Lloyd. B. P. M^kay, W. D.
Mackenzie. Paul de Schweienitz, Alexander
Sutherland and L. B. Wolf, and H. K.
Carroll. Samuel B. Capen. W. Henry
Grant. John R. Mott, Silas Mcßee. W. -T.
PchlAffelin. Robert E. Speer and Canon L..
V. Tucker. Dr. Brown to president and
Mr Carroll secretary.
Following is the programme of the con
ference:
Tuesday. June 14— Opening meeting. <1> Th»
Central Place, of Missions in th-» Life of the
Church": (S) 'Christ the Leader of the Mis
sionary Work of the «"hur. 1- '
Wp.ln-s.lay. June 10— -Christianity the JTJaal
sn<i Iveraal Religion." <l< "A* Redemption .
O "As an Ethical Ideal/ 1 ,
Thursday. Jane I(s— "Th« Mlsstonyy ort : of
the Church In th* Light of HistoryT' (1) - Thr
Missions of the Early Church in Their B-aring
on Jlo.lcn Miisr'.or.R'-; <2) "MedUevpi Missions in
Their Bearing: on Modern Missions.
Friday June 17 • ■■ I Mi.«?lonarv Work from the
of Missionary Leaders on th« Conti
nent of Europo." Ui "The Extent nnl Charac
terlatlca of <r«rman MißPlons": (i) "The ■contri
bution of lloll»nd and Scandinavia to Missions .
(3i "The Missionary Task of th« French Prot
estant Church."
Saturday J-.in» "Chan*as In the ■character
of the Missionary Problem In Recent Years anfl
Th-Mr Effect on Missionary Work." (1) "In "•
Far Eaaf"- (21 "In Mahometan l-an.is' . (Si
"Anton* Primitive and Backward Peoples."
Sunday. .Tun* 10— (1> "The Duty of Christian
Nations" <^. "The Contribution Of -Chris
tian Racs to the Body of Christ."
Monday. June — "The Problem of Co-opera
tor B*tT-eeTi Native and Foreign Wtrtara.*
Tuesday June 21 — "The Demands Made on the
Church by the Present Missionary ■Tpportunlty. ■
Wednesday. June 22— 'The Suffl.-i^- or
G0.1."
Thursday. .Tutw; 23 — Closing meeting.
Th* marked difference between this and
preceding: conferences Is the earlier ap
pointment of eight gr^-at commissions to
prepare reports and findings based on
papers receded in writing months in ad
vance from hundreds of experts, many of
v.iiom will not be present at the confer
ence. Theso reports will be made the basis
of the discussion in th« aseesmbly hall
meetings. The Edinburgh conference will
reconsider th* whole method, effort and
policy of missionary enterprise under the
changing conditions of the. twentieth cen
tury.
FARLEY'S ANNIVERSARY
Archbishop Ordained to Priest
hood Forty Years Ago.
It was forty years ago to-day that
Archbishop Farley was ordained to the
priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church.
The anniversary celebration will take place
at St. Patrick's Cathedral at 11 o'clock,
when there will be. following- th* pontifical
mass, addresses to the Archbishop on be
half of the clergy and the laity. After
that there will be luncheon, with more ad
dresses, including one by the Archbishop
himself.
Archbishop Farley was born in Ireland,
but educated both tl »r» and hen?, and also
in Rome. He was an assistant at St. Pe
ter's Church on Staten Island, but he
came into prominence and to know the
clergy of this jurisdiction as secretary to
Archbishop, afterward Cardinal, McClos
key. which place he held for twelve years.
He has been a bishop since IS9S. At the
service this morning announcement, will be
made of the consecration of St. Patrick's
Cathedral and the celebration of the cen
tennial of the birth of Cardinal lfcdOa*
key. With many other demands for money,
the archbishops have not pressed the pay
ment of the debt on St. Patrick?, M that
tor many years the mortgage has stood at
$500,000 or less, for several years at $220,000.
At. last the time came to wip« out the
d«bt This ha:- been dor,*>, and the double
celebration will follow soon after th»
Eucharist!'. Congress. whlcJi for th* first
time meets on this aide of the Atlantic.
Th? da is early September and the
place Montreal. Cardinal Vannut«lll Car
dinal Losrue. th<& Duke of Norfolk, repre
senting- English Catholics, and many other
distinguished leaders will corns over for that
congress, and pom* of them will com* to
tbi? city to tak* part in th- cathedral con
«Acrati f< n
JEWISH CONFIRMATIONS".
The feast of the giving of the law, ob
served by Jews all over th© world, trill be
celebx-ated to-nir>rrow evening and en Men
day until sunset The. custom, instituted
by the leaders of the reform movement in
American Judaism, to have children con
firmed on Shabuoi as the feast fa called.
ha« caus°d the day to become generally
known a' confirmation flay. There will be
services in all the synaecgues to-morrow
evening and on Monday. AH the reformed
houses of worship will b<» decorated for the
confirmation exercises, at which there is
usually a larg-» attendance. At the Tempi*
Beth-El, Fifth avenue and 76th street, the
Rev. Dr. Solomon Schulman will conduct
the services: the Rev. Dr. Maurice K. Har
ris will officiate at the T*nipie Israel. In
Harlem, and at the Temple Rodolph Sho
lcm. Lexington avenue and 63d street, the
Rev. Dr. Rudolph Grossman will confirm a
large- class. Th<> exercises at the Temple
Emanu-El, Fifth avenue and 43d street,
will be conducted Jointly by Dra Silverntan
and Mag".- This will be the last appear
ance of Dr. Magnes in the pulpit of the
congregation, which fai'*d to re-elect him
at the last annual meeting because of his
reactionary utterances.
GENERAL TTEMS OF THE WEEK.
i hen will be Children's Day exercises in
many of the churches to-morrow. Dr.
Caugliey will address the young people at
the HArlem Presbyterian Church on "The
Importance of the Bible School." There
will be a programme by the children
at Calvary Methodist Church in th« after
noon. At; the Church of the Puritans there
will be special services all day. The Rev.
Lt. Cleland B. McAfee, of the Lafayette
Avenue Presbyterian Church, will preach :o
th« members of tlif Borne School, th» Cum
berland Branch, the Gregg Chapel, the Cuy
ler Church and the Lincoln Mission. At the
Metropolitan Temple the Children's Day er
«-rc!<?i:s will be held at 11 a. m. at Grace
Methodist Episcopal Church : the first twen
ty-flve minutes of the evening bervloe will
be devoted to a programme of son:r«. and
recitations by the children. At that tim ■
a potted plant will be given to each mem
ber of the Sun. school, and the minister
has rered a Bible as a reward to the ono
wHb will bring hack th- boat k«pt plant In
tho fall. At the West End Presbyterian
Church Dr. KHgwln will address we chil
dren in the .evening.
The National Bible Institute announces
that li,- outdoor evangelistic meetings which
have l-o.il conducted under Us auspices
since- t-arly <n April will bo still further
widened in : ; ' o] •■. beginning to-morrow -»t
„ .:.. p. m To-morrow a new nicHing wi'l
begin in co-operation with the laymen ot
the churches oi the West Bid** Of the «.'lty. Xt
T'jth street and Broadway. The aaVtraa« at
thin mating will b« gtv:n by Hugh EL
Monro, \ lce-president of th« Niagara Lltho
(rupta Oempaay, and th* Hinging will b« led
by David Hughes, the Wrlsh evangelist.
Other outdoor meeting* to-morrow will be
baM Ht Printing House Hquare at S :>. p. in..
and at iitr<-o points on the Bower: TkOM
latter meetings will be conducted by i'lill'i
. R. Roberts, now a«»cciate<l with John Hoi*
Ills, in the work of the Livlrif Water* Mi»
! sion. Theses meeting will be conducted
: from a "Gospel Tratrftr; ' Beginning next
i Monday, four noon evangelistic meetings
I will be held daily as follows . Madlton Square
! an! 24th street, at 12 m. ; 35th street and
Broadway, ml 12:20 p. m. : 17th street and
I Broadway, at 12 25 p. m. . Uth street and
I Fourth avenue, at Ip. m. Beginning next
| week, other evangelistic meetings will be
; held at a regular time at other centres.
The present schedule Involves the conduct
; Of not fewer than fifty distinct outdoor
] evangelistic meetings next week. In addi
i tion to the twenty-one evangelistic meetings
i to be conducted in the three <3cspel halls of
the National Bible Institute. The outdoor
meetings this season are having a remark
ably large attendance, and the Go«p«l I*-*
sages are b*»ine listened to with the closest
attention.
The evangelistic committee of th* Tent
Evangel has secured the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur
Chapman, the celebrated evangelist, t.)
1 preach in Evangel No. 1 during the opening
' day of th« campaign. This tent is in West
i 123 th street, between Amsterdam and Man
i hattan avenues, and th*> opening services
: will be held on Sunday, Juno 26, at 4 and S
p m. This committee will also open tent
, No. 1 on July 3, at Its9th street, near Pros-"
j pect avenue. In The Bronx. The following
I Bible teacher? and evangelists will be heard
j in evangel tents this season: The Rev. Dr.
J. Stuart Holden. London, England: the
Rev. Dr. James ML Gray. Dean Moody
School. Chicago; the Rev. Dr. Len G.
Broughton. Atlanta , the Rev. Dr. M. A. Jen
kins, Athens, Ga. . the Rev. Charles T.
I Wheeler. Kansas; the Rev. Dr. H. M.
, Wharton. Baltimore; the Rev. Harry Tay
1 lor. Andover, Mass.. and other?. Tent
I Evangel is the mother of the modern tent
i movement in American cities, and this is its
! thirty-nrst season. The tent seats two
I thousand and is lighted by electricity. It
[ baa alleys been Independent, and has min
| istered to two million persons during it*
history. Alwyn Ball. jr.. is president; the
Rev. G. W. McPherson. of Tonkers. super
intendent, and F. T. Hopkins, No. 37 Great
1 Jon*s street, New York,, treasurer.
At the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
'■ the Rev. Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman will preach
' both in the morning and afternoon. • Dr.
Chapman has recently returned from a
I 65, 000-mile preaching journey, and by re-
I quest held services in seventy different
; cities. He preached to millions of people in
nearly all parts of the world. These will
be his first pulpit addresses in New York
: since his return. He is an eloquent and
1 impressive speaker.
At the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
i Church in the evening there will b*> ad
dressee In connection with th<= annual meet
ing of th« Sunday Observance Association
of Kings County. Th« speakers are to be
Charles J. Haulenbeek. president of the as
sociation ; tJi<- Rev. Dr. George W. Grann's,
general secretary of the Lord's Day Alli
ance of the United State?, and Canon Wilt;
lam Sheafe Chase, first vice-president of the
I association, and rector of Christ Church.
! Brooklyn.
The Rev. Mr. Russell, of Brooklyn Taber
nacle, will lecture in Philadelphia, to-mor
row. In in? absence from home G. B. Ray
mond, of the People's Pulpit Asoclatior., will
address the Brooklyn Tabernacle congrega
tion in the afternoon at " O'clock, his theme
being "Self- Denial." Tn the evening, at
7:30,- Brother J. A. Bonnet, of Pittsburg,
will occupy th« pulpit.
At the Scotch Presbyterian Church. In the
absence of the pastor, the tUn Dr. David
G. Wylie, who is in Maryland preaching a
baccalaureate sermon, the pulpit will be
filled mornin» and evening by the Rev.
George H. Trull, formerly of the Fifth Ave
nu«U Presbyterian Church. The subject of
the nernion at 11 a. m. will be "A Profitable
Investment." .~nd in the evening "Lest I
Should Be a Castaway." A special service,
preparatory to communion, will be held on
Wednesday evening at I c->i-y*v in th"
chapel.
"The ppdisree of Your Faith* will be -»r.
S. Edward Young's subject at the Bedford
Presiivterian Church to-morrow morn'ng.
"How' to Win, Use and Be U^ed by Your
Friends' will b* his evening subject, th-
Modern Woodmen of America attending.
At the 23d street Young lien's Christian
Association the Re* Dr. Addison Moore.
an interesting speaker, wUI give an address
on "Yielding to tho Inevitable."
At the Collegiate Church, In West. End
avenue. Dr. Cobb will preach hi the morn
ing and afternoon.
The Rev. Thomas R. Slicer Will preach
at All BOttla I'r.itarian Church to-morrow
morning, taking as hla lufejoet " T^ a Com>
torTAr
At the Brick Church to-morrow the Rev.
Dr. Hugh Black will preach at 11 o'clock
and at vesper service at 4
The Rev. Dr. William T Dawson, of
London, will supply the pulpit of the Col
legiate Church of St Nicholses to-morrow
at both services.
The last Monday evening Bible lecture
of the season will be held on Jure 12 at
the Fulton street prayer meeting room.
The speaker will •be F. C Jennings, of
Plainfleld, N. J., who will take for his sub
ject "The Christian's Conflict and the
Armor -5f God."
The subject of the lesson-sermon in the
Christian Science churches to-morrow will
b« "God the Preserver of Man."
At St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal
Church the Rev. Dr. George Clarke Peck
will preach at 11 clock. The evening ser
vices will ho discontinued until early Sep-
ember
The Madison Avenue Reformed Church
will hold " " 1v one service to-morrow,
which will be at the regular morning hour.
11 o'clock. Dr. Carter, the pastor, will
preach, the subject of the sermon being
"The Permanency of the Kingdom." The
Bethany Memorial Sabbath Bchocl, in con
nection' with the church, win meet at 1
o'clock, rad the weekly prayer meeting
will be held as iisiiwl In the home church
en Wednesday at i p. m
The Rev. I. M. Haldeman will preach a
the First Baptist Church to-morrow morn
ing on "Letting the Light Shine." His
evening subject will be "The Second Com
ing of Christ in Glcry anil the Rule of a
I'nited Church Orer a World No Longer
Misruled and Religiously Darkened." Tht*
will bo Mr. Haldeman's last sermon till
the first Sundarv- in 'October.
At lli*' Church of the Ascension, the Rev.
Percy StieUney Grant, rector, the cervices
on Sunday will »•*> as follows: Morning
■service at 11 o'clock, with preaching by th«
rector. At S p. in Alexander Irvine will
«.p*-ait and at ■ p. '" tlie- after meeting
will taU« pla»:o in the pariah house.
"The Truth Seeker" will be the subject
of L>r. Burroß*« sermon in the Marble Col
legiate Church to-morrow morning. In
t!i"f> evening b« ■ ill preach on "A Candle
Under a Bushel."
At the Broadway Tabernacle I'Uuroh viie
Rev Dr. Charlfa K. Jefferson, pastor, will
preach the last sermons before his sum
mer vacation to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock and in the evening at S o'clock.
At the vesper service to-morrow «ven
ins; at St. Paula Methodist Kplsropal
Church th« Rev. V B. Johnson will deliver
a brief discourse- There will be special
Bosk by the choir. The entire eervic* will
occupy one hour. At the morning service
Dr. M- McK. Darwood will preacj:.
* Seeing and Doing" is tho inorcin? them©
at St. Andrews Methodist Episcopal
Church, the R«v Georga Clarke Peck, mln
laajt In th« evening the minister will
speak on "Waiting for Orders."
Dr. Edgar taker Work, th- pastor,
will preach both morning and evening to
morrow In the. Fourth Presbyterian Church,
and a brief organ recital win be given at
7 46 a clock, preceding the «T-«nlng service
ot «
At the Church of the Incarnation, Madi
•on avenue and 25th street, the Rev. Dr.
W. 11. Grosvenor. • rector, there will be
earl- consnunlon at 8 o'clock to-morrow
morning, and morning prayer with eennon
by the rector at 11 o'clock. Evening ©rarer
service will be held at 4 o'clock.
The Rev. Dr. Mapee will be the preacher
at the Reformed Catholic services in
Christ's Mission in the afternoon at 2:10
o'clock. The Rev. James A. Connor ts
at Northfleld, Mass.. in attendance at the
commencement exercises of the Moody
schools. Professor Ghlgo. of the Bloom
fleld Theological Seminary, will be the
preacher at the Waldensian i»erTiC9 In
Christ's Mission at Z:3f> p. ra.
Claude G. Monte9ore, of England, will
deliver an address in Temple Israel of
Harlem this morning. It will b« the last
address he will make In New York befor«
going West to address the Central Confer
ence.
At th- Church of the Messiah (Unitarian
the Rev. John Haynes Holmes will preach
to-morrow at 11 o'clock. His subject will
be "aiaklng the Best of Life." At 12:15
o'clock there will be a communion senrtce,
conducted by Dr. Collyer.
At th* Church of the Transfiguration
Father Huntington win pren-r. the morning
sermon.
At the Fourth Avenu* Presbrterian
Church, now worshipping at No. M§ East
124 street, the Her. Dr. Walter Duncan
Buchanan will officiate at both services, tn
the morning administering the sacrament
of the Lord's Supper and in the evening
giving * short address on "Hope. 1
Tn the Old First Presbyterian Church
the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be
celebrated at the morning service. The
Rev. James A. McCagu#. assistant pastor.
will preach at both services.
Th* Rev U'iHJam Powell Hill will preach
at all services at the Church of the Holy
Communion to-morrow.
At Plymouth Church the Rev. N'ewell
Dwight Hillls will preach in the morning
at 10:«. Morning subject: ""What God Does
for Man. and What He Asks Man to Do
for Himself." In the evening at 7:45 there
will be a public meeting with reference to
the. liquor question in great cities. There
will be three addresses, on© by the pastor
of the church. Dr. liiiliri. who will also
preside, one by Dr. Ferdinand C. Iglehart
and one by Dr. R. W. Mclaughlin.
THREE WOMEN SEEK ESTATE
Litigation Over Will of Benjamin
Hart Enters New Phase.
There was begun yesterday before Justice
Greenbaum, In the Supreme Court, another
phase of the contest over the will of Ben
jamin Hart, who died in Paris in May, 190-*.
leaving an estate of about COCO.CQO. which
fortune he built up by peddling clothing in
Virginia and then investing his profits in
New York real estate.
Three women are fighting for the prin
cipal part of the- estate. They are Hart's
adopted daughter. Mm*. Isabel Lucchesl
Hart Guillemin, whose husband is th*
French Minister to Peru. who was practi
cally excluded from the will; Mrs. Estelle
Kitty Hart, from . .whom Hart obtained a
divorce about twenty years ago, but wnicn
sh© says was worthies?, ar.4 Mme. An
toinette Gabrielle do BW». housekeeper for
the expatriated pedler in Paris, where ba
spent his last days in a life of extrava
gance. Mme. Guillemin now alleges undue
Influence. She and Mrs. Hart have already
made an unsuccessful attempt to break
th* will. To Mine, de Bie, who. it has been
said, had a great power over the old man,
he left an annuity of ns/X". £2.000 outright
and his expensive Paris home.
Mr*. Hart received fU *. week from the
time of her divorce until Hart's deatfc.
Hart left to hi!« brother. Thomas Hart,
$30,00>. and to his nephew. Michael Hart,
$100,000 and the income from the residuary
estate.
MRS. LAUTERBACH'S REASON
Facts Upon Which She Seeks
Separation Made Public.
Th* complaint in the separation suit
which Mrs Amanda F. Lauterbach has
brought against her husband, Edward
Lauterbach. was made known yesterday.
In discussing her charges of desertion,
cruelty and non-support which ar* the
basis of her suit Mrs Lauterbach said:
"It is with the greate«t reluctance that I
discuss this case, in view of the action now
in litigation. But because of the slurs cast
upon my character and integrity. I deem it
my duty to refute these charges."
Mrs. Lauterbach said that her husband
caused her much humiliation tv sending to
shopkeepers, hotels and restaurants no
tices that he was unwilling to meet her
financial obligations. She eaid that Mr.
Lauterbach was extravagant in his per
sonal expenditures, while, with the excep
tion of a few years prior to his alleged d*
sertion of her. the allowance he made to
her was not commensurate with his Income. 1
which between 1387 and 1891. she said. »as
between $100,000 and J300.000 a year. Mrs.
Lauterbach said that in this time her al
lowance never exceeded MlafJ a year and
that in IS?" M was only J7.000. while his fees
from the Third Avenue Railroad Company
amounted to $200,000.
Mrs. Lauterbach said that, without any
intimation, she was called upon to defend
an action brought by her three daughters
for an accounting of moneys. This caused
her a sever* nervous aatedH and such in
tense anguish that in consequence she was
confln-d <•> her home by illness for —' aaad
days.
TASTE OF REAL SERVICE
13th Regiment, of Brooklyn. Goes to
Fisher Island Fort.
For the next ten days the 13th Regiment,
coast artillery, of Brooklyn, will have prac
tice service with the regulars in Fort
Wright. Fisher Island. Opportunity will
be given for target practice with the big
guns and the mortars. The men will try
to obtain the necessary mark.-) In sub-cali
bre practice, to enable them to use tho
full powder charges. Colonel Charles O
l>avis of the I3tb and Lieutenant Colonel
William C. Rafferty, commanding the ar
tillery district of Wow London and the
Fisher Island p^st, will co-opera to In dl
r*^;tlns the work required of the guarUs
men. General David E. Austen, chief of
artillery of the State of New York. la also
R r the Island. The regiment marched away
from its armory at flumner and Putnam
avenues. Brooklyn, yesterday mornln*.
It went to New Haven by the New York
Central and by boat to th* fort.
RELIGIOUB NOTICES.
""cNIVERSITr PLACE of PRESBTTEIUAX
U CHURCH, cor. of 10th sit.
(on" block wael from Rr>.adway>
hit.- »or»hlu fwnorrow at 'I • in. and • p. m.
At "he mo" tn» ••t lc« Rer. JOHN G PALMER
A , ,& r 1 will i>r«i*>'h GEORGE R. MONT-
At ,^ «Wata aervlea H-v i.b.rou R I
SbMERY. Ph. I*, will prwtch-
TVadn«f«laj evtalßC »srvtc» at a o clock.
RELIGIOUS NOTICES. "-'_
THE WDPtE COLT.ETtIATE CHCKCH. -
Cd Aye. and "th St.
Rev. JOHN O. FAiW. It. t> . >tlnl«t»r.
Rev. JOSEPH R. 6 1 ZOO
Pill Breach at 11 A. M. and I P. 31.
; >IASBUS COXXEGIATE CnCBCH. f
sth At*, and 2Ot7i .*?. .
Rsv. DAVID JAS. EIRRELL D. D.. Mtat«*r.
■ will preach at 11 A. M aid * P 11.
MemlTi«; "Th» Truth Se»k»r. ->
EVentag: * A Caadls CaAtr * Bttsatl- 1 '
TTCE COLLECIATK < Ht»rH Or ST.
MCHOU-.
UtR A^-s. and 4** ft *<•
P.»v. MALCOLM JAMES McLEO©. Stlais»«r,
Rar wtllttm J. r»»T».-n 0. D . of Lagiaa.
Eaclaad. rstlt preach at 11 A It. •«»•« $ P It.
THE TTEST v© COLLECIATC CHTRCH,
wttt Sf»d A*"«. and TTtl 6?. — '
R«r. HENRT EVERTSON COBB. D. I> . Mlnlj
_ t§r. m\ pr»<ier\ it li a M. m-nA 4 V P M .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH . a
lm«ili ami imtt Street. -^
P4STQR, I, a. HALOEMAf. i
11 A. ~"UTTI>r, TIDE LlGirr WtM " .
*P. M "THH UITX B£ PASTOR HALDE- .
MAN'S LAJtT SERMON Tat TITB FIRST I
*OfX>AY IX OCTOBER. lIF tat .
I'RE.U'M ON* THE <»tro?riLC(«w* or •
CHRIST IX CLOUT. ANI> THE RILE Of j
a ornu> OTrKriT-OVETI A ITORLD >"O
LOSCt.n. MIMTt rXD \>l> R£UGIOI*SLT
DARKENED.'"
All «r|M tveilere la the Old MM* ami th»
>«ilit «f thr!«t a* Ik* nntr *•*• ho'h fT
th* f harrb «nd th* tinrii -r- ■lafalh i->
r«#*l. BajtiHwii at erenin? «*r»V».
ST.BAITKQIOMEW'S CHURCH
Malison ••••• . <-orn#r 44*f> »'.
Tn« P.er. LEfiHTON PAPJC3. D. D.. •.«—-*
9:3»a.m. — Holy Communion.
11 a. m. — Preacher. R*v. R. P. W. TV*V>l>
4p. m. — Preaeaer. Rev. STDNET N. t*33HS3.
Special Mc«!i<al Sirtc*
"!ft<&at Mater." pal<witrtna». __
<F^NTll\trpirE«BYTßßr,l> CHlKril.
X»«t 37?h «.. bet. : r«iadwajr an 4 Tr!> are.
P.-- "WILTON MEP.Lr-SMITIi. D V.. Parer.
Rev. o. H. - r TTH Jr.. Mistan*
Rev. FREDERICK CAitPOELU D. D.. pffiacse»
11 a. m.
Christian JSbdaa«-ar ir.««Ma; Similar aMtaaaW •
at 0:45; I>votj«aal aWtilia TTiii*t>ntil» ' *r» at
*. *T.: trELTOiXE. NO EVENtNO ssERVtCET.
CHintH OF THE MEXUAII.
• UNITARIAN"). Part are. and 34th «t.
Ministert — 5 R « V - JOKX HATXE9 HOLMES
" mmwt - )P.ev. ROBERT COI-LTER. Lit. P.
11 A. M. — iTnrelnz «ervi<^.-
R«- JOHN HAYNES KOLMES w«! prearh.
BabJ#ct:— "MAKING -;ir. BCST OP 1 Life "
12:15 P. M. — Communion .«,■ ■. ->-vl'i-:HI
ft? Or. npr^TKR. 2
FIFTH kUMi PBESBTTEBUS CHfIHCH
fifth avenue and Firrr-nrTn rr.
Services at 1] a. n and 4p. m.
REV. J. WiLBUH CHIPMM. 0. 0.,
■will pr^a^h at B»t?> ••rrieaa
STRANGERS ARJ: COaOL\Lt.Y TyVTTrT*.
FIF.TH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
8 TV«wt rertr-«uth street.
THE REV. CHA RLE- F. AKF.P. D. t> . •
Vtstatar.
S«nnoa fey Rev. ADDISON" MOO*». TX T>..
at 11 o'clock.
Last nerri<*» nntil 8-p«- 3S«h
Calvary M. E. Church,
12J»t!i Street and S*v*nth Avena^
Rev. CUAKI.E3 L. GOODELT- t>. D . raster.
11 A 3€. — Sermon to Children
2:80 P. it-— Children's Day s«rr!e<w.
I P. M.— TT»e Tat«llectual Man — TPT»»t »•
Read and How to Read It."
PRESBYTERIAX.
MADISON SQUIRE CHURCH -
Madison v • »n<i _4t_ »t.
R»r. C 11. PARXHtRST. D. ©.. Paitar. :
Rev. O. R. JIONTGOIISP.r. Ph. P.
Assistant Minister.
Service 11 ». m. air. MONTGOMERT win pr»? .
mad;- AVENUE iTETHODiaT EPGCOPAI* ■
CHUR'II. Corn-r fgnh Street.
R*v. WALUCE lIArUI'LLEN'. t> V . Fastnr. ..».
11 » m.— Preaching by Rev. J. A. PATTER- ♦-
HON. D. P.
*p. m.— lnformal S»n-i.». Faw-tte hrnn« by
choir afld congregation. Brief a»liir«*» V'
the pastor.
FOURTH AVK VRESBTTERIA.V CHVRCH.
Rev. WALTER DUNCAN" BUCHANAN. D. _»..
Pas- • — Administers th*» Sacrament of t!v
Lord's Supper and receive* n<;w members at •
tl a. m. and pr»arh»s at "* p. m. to-morrnw
in th» Assembly Room of the United Charities .
Building. 10» East ___ •' Mid-week Pill
M»*tln< ~rerlnenday. S p. in. '*
MEW thought SST^SttE
near Broadwar. Funday Mominsr at 11.
MRS. MIRY E 6IIPII -=:--.
Subject— "WHAT TO THINK ABOUT."
All W-l«*nme.
-
IMDiSOfi AVEMUE BAPTIST CHURGN
3IADTSOM AVENUE. COR. 31ST STREET.
CHARLES A. EATON. D. D , Pa*t«>r.
will pr«=u.-h both morning and ••venin*.
8 p. m. — "Temptation as» a Source of virtu*.'*
STRAyC-ifc* <ORI>IAfI.'V TVYITEO.
[Fourth Presbyterian Church,
: VCest En.i aye. and 91st tt. .
| _TGAR WHITAKE?. WORK. D, T> . PaSf.-nv
p. ELTVOOD ERICKSON. A«;«t»at.
Dr. vTORK Dr«?_c_<»s It a. in. and S *; at, 8.-!« if
I Org-an r<»cUal. 7:40 p. cv ___
The Church of the Dirla* Paternity.
Central Fs»rk West and 76tli Street.
11 a. til— S*nr.on t-y the Paatcr.
FRANK OLIVER HALT- T>. D. goßJ—t: "THr
COST <*>P I^IVTNO." 8 p. -i.~ I OHTrRt'*H OP"
THE ETERNAL. HOPE." Keligicn;- — •• "
th* Parish House.
1 JIXDISON AVEXL'E REP^niIED CHTTRCH. ■»
57 f ii at. ami Madison a--«. ...
Rev. V.'it. CARTER D. D.. Past*- . ""
11 a. m.. Dr. CARTER praafbaa ■üßJan
"The Perman*n--y cf th* Kinfdo— i "
No evenlns service. Fra-»r m^etins T>Teda«»
i gar. I p. m ; ■ '
BRICK CHURCH ,
Fifth avenue and Thirty-savecth »treet
Dr. HUGH BLACK iri!l preach at 11 __t» a* !
V#sper Service., ac 4.
M- 3 .-r^--- -^r-y -- TTednesdar. S 7 ~t- -
Broadway Tabernacle, '
Broadwar and Mth Street.
Th- Paster. 2tev. CHARLES E. JEtTEE-CC*.
p. _>.. will preach at 11 a. m. and s c- ra.
•~~er*_.«s-a;-. % p. m . Prayer _le«r»g »
St. Paul's Methodist Church.
Treat End Arer.u* a__ 88th Street.
R«v. GEOUGS P. ECKiIAN. D. D. Pastor
11 A. Xl.— Rev W. \I X DARXVOOD D. D. ''I*
SP. M .— Her. F. E. JOHNSON "V
OLD FIRST CHURCH :v: v
3th aye.. 11th to 12t_ it.
HOWARD DCTFT_rL_>. E>. D.. Pastor.
II a. m. — Sacraniet of tta __r_"s 3tt?p«r.
a p. re.— P>ev. JAM_o A. M'CAJrE.
CHrBCH OF THE A-CE>'slO>.
Fifth ATenne and Troth Street.
Re-. Dr. PERCY STICKXEY GRANT. RactOT .
11 a. m— Mcrmn* serv ie» a-.d sermon «R_ctor>. J
3 p. m--Mr. At_E__A_;DEii IKVIN_r. •peaker. .'_
> p. — '. After- Jilting. -s
CHTRCH of 21ON AN_> ST. TI3IOTHT. ,-.
ZZi VTest sTth street.
Rector. Rev. UE>'P.Y LUBECK. V. C. L.
Holy Cotr»TnunlOTi 9 a. tx
Morcln* Prarsr; Preacher, the Exeter. . 11 a- m.
Evrtsong: Pr^ac I"*^1 "*^ Rev. Dr. Ruahtcn. ■ 4p. a.
NORTH P___SBTT___l__V CHTBCH.
135 h St.. l>»t— -een B"way and Amsterdam A — » >
Rev. JO?' P. OIACKAY. P_. D.. Pastor.
11 A il.— Comes uaioa _c.-v»ce ___ T.*cevtlam
of Nc-w Mambers
JP M. — "At th-i TTrong Fire."
■ T • "a'.'"ary Gfcaaal
3IADISOX ATE. PRESBTTERIAy CHTBCB.
Northeast ton aer at T3r<l Street.
Brr. HENRY SL/>ANE COFFIN*. V> _> . Pssf--
Rev. ROBERT iLACKEXZIE. _». V . *«
preach a? H a- m. •- 1 » p. m.
9AIXT ANDBEH'S (KIRCH.
T6th St.. — est of Columbus aye
GEORGE CI_\RKE PECK. r P. vtmaaar.
11 a- m. Otting an i Doing."
S y. — >.—. — 'vfalting Ordgrs."
mrT<*Eß> PRESBYTEMAN HI BTH.
Broadway ar.d 7C_ Street.
Pr-achln* at II o'clock b» t»«
REV. PERCY MARTIN.
Ot •WlUta.rsatoT.. Mas? .
WEST END pi;E'B\ rr.Ki*> CHCRCU.
AJS-MTdaun aye. arrt 105 th st.
r-sv. a. rsyvns K_aa~rpr. d.^ d . Par-<w
Ev^ctne it *. gprW.*T. crii-PR-rrg g__trrr_>.
WEST rRr>BYTERIAN" CUIRfH.
on 4"4 at . b«r~«*ri 3th aa« ttth _res.
R - ANTHONY H. EVANS. O "' Pasttw.
Ks%. M. WOOL_-_.T STP.TKEii. D. D-.
pr»aer.£3. II a. tn.
"TeNOX AV"_. COLLECr.xTE CHTRCH. c*T.
I_3<i at Rev. EDGAR TILTON. Jr.. D. I>..
Pastor —11 -A. it. and 8 I*. A_. pr»achU»K t>
th* ra»'£> r sp - M - ob«e" *«*'•■* «* Chirdren'*
Day b y thw BlM> Srh-vl. \
~ ■r-HT-RCH OF Til?: TSC \nXAT\O V. Madtscn
•vt and .V> «' . »•*• *• M - GROSVEXOrr.
D P-. Hector. — * •- r.i.. H">ty iTommixnlon: II
a" in MotTlns S«»r\li-e ami S«raion ißector); ♦
r! m." CTeater Pia.ye*ft ■ -•'■'••-■•'•■••";
MjaSc'RIAtTBA'pTiST. Washington S.to«r».
ET>WARI» JVOBOSS, V*»tar. R*v. ROBERT *»
BOVIU.K. 11. -Vacuum Sehot.t l-*f * ' • R^Y
KDWARr> P. PTMMoNi». S. "Our First T>«t»
mo»tv-" —
4T LE>O\ ATE. IMT%RI\> CHrBCII.
* O.ru*r l_l-«t Street. XereXcrn «t Kj-v*"
•ilNtori. P »ra!Ma •• «ll 111 ""A,,
Rev. Merl* St. frolic WVt»ht. _!>.__&■_•__ Mtrst*f>T
" CHURCH OF :■ TBB UKUTKN t.Y RE_»T.
sth *vf.. *bo— • -»T._i wt.
r.pv. HEX.BURT StUPM.Oi. U«ctw..
S«rrlc«J. * and H a. m. 4 p. to.
ALE SWTLff <rnitar!an>. 4th «v«.. 3>th »t.^- t
r;.*. Tlli.MA>* R SLJ'.'BB. pMtor. wtU pre«f!». »
Subject: THE rOMFORTER." 3«riee» 11 £
-~ J^£^talWjgvlt«*a- .
~REF>L>RMEr» CATBOUC services taOhrfsrs
HMOR. No. 331 West .*»*!, »t.~Aft«Tr£n. £3-*
ItiV Dr. i APES preach**, subject: "Tho Mate :
for All Christiana." „ :T
RELIOIOUS »»CWTT^ . »» XH Ca*( -
M*»t!n«s for worstitv- *« •• ™- at --* X ** : "
15th at Manhattan, and 110 Seh#rraerhor» St.. »
Br<«ilc»yn. ! I_' : -1
-BEDKOrarPRESBVTERIANCiICRcK S<~- -
tra:v! aye aivl D««n St.. Broo* — Past"*.
& EPW.vBD \OVSCi. ■'» preach 10:0 and T *
— WaSFF 23U STREET PREjiBTTERIAM .-
CHURCH. n*ar 7th aja. —lUv OKOBOS j. ?
IK2TGINS, D. D-. preaches U ao3 «» -^
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