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gflis ABROAD
Stockholders in
M don and Amsterdam.
Hehu* «i» sail to-day on
;; t .e^ w " SST.rf united and Ohio
?socx to liondoa and Am-,
Uje9* go *L\4a abo'^t recent streau-j
553- H€ -'2 criminal Branch of the.
I. cocper Stockholders vi
and Amsterdam,
oim der Hi
.^ united and Ohio
*«**- t-Win London and Am-
H '*;Vonrnir. a l branch of «
littocait. which r«ulted;
P*"J roun t a ; of all violation of
sijicnsJ ' janK rrimo i in Marlntosh. to «x
fs^ «S programme. He has
5 « -^:: . ctockholdcr^ that he !
«fl rf " JSf «nd h^ s^ ? «Eagetnentß in ;
j* fcWfi - =.erda'r. He " ww on h y
WBB tEd „.-,, r it=.*>s as being on his I
> "^t nicht. but n l,
-nm^ea journey
TpP***- -j^ x^-iil be conferences
£3iS development of the . «ep-
Epero. out to Montana and l.tah
S^j!iVn n the *«* «r reor-
S king met nutner-
S^- businU laft nisht «t the
I^' ' P?"»ua1 counsel was with I
*** J> "^ will be a trunk
* ™%^d iK the records for the
**«?£! Sfe stockholders, ana
used by his counsel
* * „'( i«C<it trial-
b^iness ana recreation.
drfW^f .. Tnor e may be very ;
•^ SSS this is the flrst time
?g?SSi "■* I havr felt
»^ nnd:%-tdea time to my af-
not pc into detail, re
* 3 V«- n he was to meet «.n London
.^^"^J « r, 35=3 5= said that it had
j^gy'ao with trl development or j
j
BsU£sTp^zB sU£sTp^zF APPEAL !
...... . : . ;r .-. Case Up Again as
"ifternatb of Recent Trial.
,r, r Fraokfun^'. AssiPtant Cn|t«J
ff tnonV-. «*»« '-^^''« v a*ain*t
KSS mm * iTi ** uiiiied , tates
V urt cr Appeal? by counsel for
X* Hrfaie a£:ain!!t t^e verdict of
fi£i on Helrj* tn a trial fcr alleted
'Cr o f jufTice at thf tl^-- of the m-
'*^ «» th " in«si«mcnt ot
I t-u5-"=' He»ze. who ■ = recently
'JZ "xCßbaxa. Ka^d. jr.. enwnafi for
>^je»». arpfarffl last Wf>?k in wp
vlTllrJ 1 Arthur P. Heinze ar« Otto
»fr* ia « urt y^Pterday. Mr.
S^Sf-toM the (*ory of the disap
,„!, nf the baok of the it<?fl Cop-
VCoaP«a.v. * hich occurred In May of
r-mr. i* l * 3 '* a up to the att<?mpt to
JetfTpGQ&X* en *»" rac^ B«Jckin?ham,
JlLlij-, - the Bk* of the company.
gKJaJa lift f._.r Canada hefor" he
MBtasSß " to arr^Gr before, the
&&4BS. tal H " n " as char^ d in t 11 " in "
jgtef^a* a. P. H^inze hatd paid Burk
33 to p> a-^ay.
r^*?3 States Attorney Wise made a
3;, fxplanation 10 cover a contention
i«isfi w*<* by Mr. Rartn. that the PUO
■ihiC t**n /-anoel!F<3 the day before It
vttzrz°3 Hist Mr. Heinze had induced
rfehsm »o ro away. The sabpo»na
8 Btt rt'tatlori that jt had not been
.-«. bat a* 8" attempt tiad b*>en made
■jjnf^-^F <1s • to find Fhirlfiin.liaiii and
ihapwrioiif bear the notation had
■.•oh:'- 1 "' -TVire held that It
Jk **'■■* ■ on the appeal. De-
TfiFT FOR SQUARE DEAL
Us Shippers Railroads Should
Ha^e Reasonable Profit.
•Mar--. .•;"■- i".. — In talXine «rttli a
Bjc-T r ' shipters: •■«.;■-<-•-• the *n-
IjKEtr r.-Jir- caiied to ingratnlate him
feiawurf? fa tb^ recent railroad • Bgf
»"s mi ir, rr»venting an increase in
mrmx- - Prepidem Ta.ft to-day agsi.i
Hk* fioctrfn* of th*- square <3*-al. He
ftfe shiTper? that t;ti'»u=s the railroad 15
*H a fair profit it T.-culd p»ply affect
il|p.r.f. inTer*Fts. He «s«^?ared that th»
■*r- Pf th» ?h*pper« and th* oaTrie'S
■t> TrufjEl : that neither could mak<*
??s T.ith'njt the other.
inaroifls, th* President said, were-
PI » • reafonal mum, and 1t waa
'We th!g to theri that the n»^* rall
■J&jcapo«i£ tb - ■ to th*> XctersUt?
■■". Commission the ricttt of ln
*i at iscTtsln Wftat a TPas?nablc rate
BS.Se. In this inquiry Mr. Taft prom-
Nait th». jhirper? ajid the railroads
r*bi^« n^ »-cufJ opportunity to present
-F. £j»ac*r. -■ St. Louis. a<"ted as
■**• tw tht c^iornTirrn. He naM the
i*cc?r.i2c3 the truth of Tvhat the
*fcß hsd r^-id. md -wer*- ■ Mfled to
■Ir :b» j-jdie-nent of 1 ••' Interstat*-
* s?^s* C<;ainnM:jo-a acting under tlis
= •"_.•- a:sr> conferred -with the
*2*^ Ccr:mer« commiat-ion.
*%ai2JtT*e -way assured that the oom
'**»•'. aAttvor t6 «3eal fsirly arith
«3»TBl>ros<j« ftnfl the «h!pt>»rp. It was
**■** 'hat, on the enactment into la".
*>^!>e:ar railroad bill, the commission
S^s**fl wh rrj.«»ral advarces in
** "•:■ t-^n raaile '■ . at the earUe*
Hss^ pa 6' on th? praamtiaW*ir"
■-rc?s?*.3 aflvances.
P FEDERAL RAILWAYS
*•>» of Present Trend. Says
President V/illard.
- June 12.— That srovern
£g?***b of uirc-ads will be the
tifc Trpnfl of roT3 ST ?^?ion'dil legis
'^^ oririoll ORPr^ed to-day by
! r *Jb" V r !f Ili ' > ' 'Viiierd of the Baltimore
'%Ji ITMI! ' £ t » r«renr« here of
elleve
>S.t aJI * AGU ' !j -* to the lie^t interests
nTr> " f<jr ' witi th * basis of ratfbs
«H» «' r<>vcrnTl 3 e 't>'«l ownership, or
a*,fl* "* r^^!ai!o:j. ha<J not ' been
**tu^, ' «aSh abroad. Freight ra*ea.
«t"" * fr *" fir »o*"*r er* than in
fc^M . WJEtr >'- tni had l*en ?oirK
;S^- f^^ of the reverse as to
; :* A ■'CTJSE PROSPERITY.
l^s& Harch 31 One of Best in
* ' Cc3?£ny ' s Histcry.
*2£*; ■ ■"^ 12— A loiter ju«=t <ssu«d
SSSiS^ 1 ? of 1hf ' V»-estlnß»iouße
■N»aji2? 1 ' V '" hl(l! * il] l * submitted
*?%- 2J Jf»«**aßa a, ahov.s tUat
>**■ J " Ar<^ 33i 1510. was >ne of
"•Sfcjy in the history of t!:«
I*** rti-. I ' ln the . :o the stock-
WV* - "'" ; " nole ' ■■■■:]• U re-
ISIU,
<- : T'Si^--.T"^ }l l h-'h -' * n r.-n>* of
fer,^*»,<i7s « 2,,5tr 1 . *« compared
•^7*, cvr >ns tilt previous iaeal
&^ft%J^Hi for the 11SCal
JKu. r . tn«-re**-j
r»2/ ''** i»,l« " ' to th*
£ Irilt a loss of $2£S,i^ct the
WILL ISSUE CERTIFICATES
Metropolitan Receivers to Raise
Money for Franchise Taxes.
Judge Lacombft mad© an order yesterday
,ln the rntt^ BtmtCß Circuit Court -author
jis:::^ the issuance of receivers- certllicates
Ito the amount of $3.000.>v t by thp »iver<?
of the Metropolitan Street Railway Com
rar.y. Messrs. Joline and Robinson. This
order followed as a consequence of «B
■(ratam arrived at between the receivers
and the city authorities for the payment of
$3,750,000 tn settlement of -the special fran
chise taxes.
The certificates are to have a year's
life, will carry Interest at the rate" of f.
per ror.t. and oonPtitute a lien upon all
property covered by the Guaranty Trust
Company's wrtgage described in the de
cree of foreclosure of Apr!! 6 lasi The
receiver* have now on hand Sl.oo).™V> in
cash, an<l \\ .\h the proceeds of the sale of
the certi«-atcs they will le «Me .to i»ay the
taxes ."tie by the Metropolitan and al«?o the
franchise taxes owinc by the Christopher
and West 30th etreet crosstown and the
Fort George lines. '-- V
The damage BOfi creditors sny that the
f-ettlemt-nt of tiie special franchise taxes
T\-iil act. x as a s«-off ajniiist otlMr claims
hold by the city for penalties, oic. against
the NM York City Railroad, a^grcsutiri?
IB.WMBI. There was r.o objection to the
issuance of th« receivers' <-erti?.catc>.
BUTTER AMD EGG ACTION
Federal Suit Says Chicago Board
Fixes Prices.
Chicapo. June Largely as a result of
testimony adduced by the Senate committee
on the c(MM of livinsr. the coveroment to
day bet;*') an attack on the Chicago But
ter and Egg Board. United States District
Attorney Sims filed a petition in the United
States Circuit Court BMfetac to enjoin the
board fronj issuing quotations and asking
its dissolution.
The gist of the charge aprainst the board
is that Ha quotation committees send
broadcast quotations which during the last
three years have varied from one-half cent
to ii cent and ■ half under the actual price
in the open market. In this way. it is
chareet], "insiders" on the board, particular
ly those who are members of the quotation
committees, buy from the original producers
at a lower price than dealers who g-0 Into
the open market.
According to the government petition, the
board meets daily. Members post the
amount of produce they have to sell, and
other members bid for what they want.
Actual trading over. It is alleged, the. quo
tation coinmittevs meet and "fix" thß of
ricia! quotations for the day. These, it hi
all«?g*»d. are usually placed under the actual
market price, and. it is charged, are in
tended merely to mislead farmers and
other producers. Members of the quotation
committees:, who serve for three months, it
is charged also have an undue, advantage
over other memSers of the board, in that
they make contracts long in advance, and
on the day of delivery make a quotation, re
gardless of actual values, to raft their own
needs on the day of delivery.
BOWERY BANK CUTS RATE
Follows Other Savings Institu
tions in Declaring 3y 2 Per Cent.
Following O.it its policy adopted six
month" Be*, when the rate was reduced
from 4to V, 1 per cent a year, the trustees
of the Bowery Bavings Bank, the largest
institution of its kind in the country, hav
tac (tapoatts of nearly $10?,000.0<Y}. declared
yesterday a semi-arinual Givii3Fnd of iSj per
cent mi Ma)oaftc« payable July L
n« rjaMM Dime Savinrs Institution took
the initiative In reducing the rate of in
terest from t to Vm per cent at the July J
ijitorrc; date, and similar action has be"n
Ethan in the last few days by th« Bank for
Saving* snd the Cltlaeiia' Savinrs B?nk.
arhfM> th" Greenwich Saving Bank hap de
cided to pay o-i all accounts ot 51.000 or leec
interest at the rate of 4 per c^nt, and on
jjil accounts over U«tH I per c«»nt on the
first 51.00.} find r:i... per cent on ail balances
over that amount. Among the institutions
that hay» atfbered to the 4 p«*r cent rate
,ro th« i^rman Savings Bank, the Emi
grant Industrial Savings Bank, the West
Side Savngi. Bank and the South Brooklyn
Saving* Institution.
The Dry Dock Savtnga Institution and the
CMoa .^ounre and North River Savins:?
banks, arM«n lest January adopted the 1%
p»r cent rat<?. Ate expected to declare this
rate on their July I d<=pO£itf.
ELKINS LAW VIOLATION TRIAL
Reading and Lehigh Valley Railroad?
and Bethlehem Steel Co. on Trial.
7*Mlad*lphia, June IS.— The K^adine Bail
way Company, the LeWgtl Valley Railroad
Company and the Bethlehetn Steel Com
pany wre placed on trial to-day in the
TTr.Hed Stau-F District <^ourt in criminal
pfceediniL-s brought by the government, for
BJV4E«d violations of the Elkins la-v in can
. eiijng aeuwuimge charges and failing: to
ahharvw strictly tariffs in '■onn«"*tion with
tr^nsr-crtation m intAr«:T cotnnvroe.
If ccnvirted on all counts the thre« de
fendants mtgni be seotenced to maximum
lir^.s az follows:
Bf-thlehcm St«el Company. S!.OOO,COO: Le
hljrh Valley, $3,108,006, and the Reading, 11,-
TiO.OttO. The penalty upon conviction Is a
tn- of vo 4 . ksa than 11000 nor more than
J^.C**) ,-, p eateti rmmt. There are fM counts
in the bill »arair>-t th* steel company. 155
acainst th* L*hlgn Valley and 87 against
ili Beading:.
IRON CITY TRUST CO.'S ASSETS.
Th^ Assets RealteathMi Company oas ac
qtdr«d from J. Dennision r.-on. receiver,
all of the auaats of th« Iron City Trust
Company, of Pittsßur?. trie purchase price
being SSiSCW. The purchased assets are
those emafning; after s partial liquidation
i. v the re<"*lver. and are made up largely
aj xnoru?sg»»s and bills receivable.
Vn* Iron City Trust Company closed I."
doors on February 20, 130?. at which time
Wfllteni I. Abbott and^ H. 8. A. Stewart
were appointed receivers under a proceed
ing fi>d 1n the United BCatM Circuit Court.
Bbortls aft*r the appointment of these re
ceivere the State Bankinp Department filed
proc«edincß in the State Court, under which
J Denniston [*on was appointed receiver.
HAS CAPITAL OF $10,000,000.
AlUanv. June l«.— The Jones Brothers
Company. of New York, araa r P°^ted
to _day with a capital of 510,000.000 to deal
in eeffeea, teas and «P«<«a. The directors
-re William J. Burke, Of Newark; Arthur
4 Jones. Harry U. -T'-res. Clarence F.
UVstein and Bdward D. Freeman, of
Rmo''lvn The Jones Brothers ImportinK
with the same directors and a cap
[ta! of 5250,000 tv do a general commercial
business." . — v
HOCKING EM3ARGO TEMPERED.
Columhua. Ohio. Jun« 13.-Judge Sater.
o r the United Btatea Court, d»«-oivr i to
«.« part of the restraininK order pra.ni-1
n-aJnft the llockin- ValJ^.v Railroad Oom
a«iv Ilf- dissolved that part which pro
hibited th retirement of the preferred
stork. but refusert to dissolve the part
wiii« proiiibit^.l the issuing of more com
«nVock He »t«tod that the I l*«aan«ake
*P should not be permitted tn incr.ase
SlSSffiSncTSntil it be determined whather
Ms present holdings are valid.
cam FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
S^» Francisco. June 13.-The oincial clo^
i,^ quotatwnii for n.inins stocks to-day
-,-re as folio* f
Alpha <•!>... .isljvmtU* ...... to
»n<lf* .ci)t Keiitucitj Ccn.i. ]••
U*l«" >»<•«• .tS|M*xi<-an ' '"
Bullion .4*i rMtntal Cn J»
ralMOTi* ••■_ ■■ j,, ( ,|.ii. s
,:hai!eng;« > oa w Overman I"
• •hftiur.- .7.i|=nvasr ... •■''
,P n <si * *."• .«4iPlfrra NM-afla «
SSS?/cur^ fi^b Con «
NEW-YORK DAILY TKIBUVi:, TUESDAY. JUNE 14, 1910.
STOCK YARDS SUIT FILED
Chicago Litigation Alleges Re
bating by Transit Company.
Chicago, June 13. — The Important ques
tion whicn it is hoped will be settled by
the government's suit against the Union
sto<-k Yards md Transit Company, and
others, charging the grantin? of rebates
to a shipper, is whether concerns like th*
Union Stock Yarda, operating railroads
wholly ithin a state but in connection
With lines dcinjr an interstate busines,
are subject to regulation by the Interstate
Commerce Commission.
The bill -was filed In the United States
Circuit Court here to-day by United' States
District Attorney Edwin W. Sims. Details
of its form were made public at Wash
ington last Saturday.
T!ie bill, which seeks an injunction to
prevent the paying of rebates, declares in
effect that the E^vitchinK railways at the
stock yards, whUe in their individual eje
feent mere!;,- local, are really, by agree
ment, interstate roads doing an interstate
business. it is declared therefore that
in agreeing to pay Louis Pfaelzer & Sons,
a stock yards oonoern. $50,000 a year to
retain it as a factor in business at the
Stock yards, the Union Stock Yards and
Transit Company ft al. are agreeing to pay
a rebate In restraint of trade and in dis
crimination against other shippers.

ENGLAND BIDS FOR COPPER.
The United Metals Selling Company ha?
received an offer of I2 7 cents a pound for
100,000,000 pounds Of coprer for English and
Continental account. Urban 11. Broughton,
manager of the company, ha? been in Lon
don tor a week, and John D. Ryan, presi
dent of the Amalgamated Copper Company,
was due there yesterday, and it Is expected
that within a few days announcement will
be made of the acceptance of the offer, al
though the price is one-eighth of a cent a
pound under the price which the United
Metals Selling Company has been asking
for some time.
NON-MEMBER BANKS.
The tvepkh statement of averages of the
banks of NAy York City. Brooklyn. Jersey
! City Hoboken and Staten Island which
| are not members of the New York Clearing
I House Association, out which clear through
! &ome of the members, is as follows^
Jun«H. June!. Tncr»as«.
L^Jni; !°:51(8.641.?<y» n05.fi25.200 li&jjOO;
Circulation .... £«8»'««a 2.55|,100 , ">^
NX deposits.... U6.mSOO 116.368.700 121,100
I posits with
SSE. H °^ 12.527.000 1=.5M.»»
Deposits with
S^s .v! -253,2*0 =,318.409 •©.200
8 & 8.7*4.300 r 5!«9«.2W .W.IOO
jp^e " .'•"" 7!742:700 7.551.500 101.200
i Tot*?« 531.307.200 530.515.000 54g^0 '
ißes. required... 2ft.0D7.430 29.»i7.17S . SO.2T->
urr .] U B2.Sna.7M $1,756,825 $486,923 j
'Decrease ' . !
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
ALABAMA GREAT SOUTHERN.
i?io 3&oo tad*.
Ift k. in ,Tun°. sV>.<>24 562.155 g§-fS?
July 1-June 7... 5.f12f1.173 3.?.2?.W5 3,33.?.<M1
CHICAGO A AT.TON
\Ut-mk in .Tun-. $241,641 $250.17» •SS'fS
July l-.Uin« ... 12.4*2. 11.757 11.365,606
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA.
M wk. in .June. $180,700 $1«.l<-0 $1f.3,500
July l-.lunf« v- 11.370,600 10.588.700 10.737,671
CINCINNATI. NEW ORLEANS <t TEXAS PAC.
Jet wk. in June. $i 52.64» $158.^3 f\*i*}*
.t,.i- i-.rnn- 7... 8.4«2!054 T.3U.3M 7.432.254
DETROIT -C- MACKINAC.
[8t wfc in June. IM.IOS $n>.«SS 522.240
July 1-Jur" 7. . 1,072,528 i.««'^ 1.112,282
INTEROCEANIC OF MEXICO.
Ist W K. «n Jun*. $14'J.6S»> $148,647 $134,658
July l-june 7... 7.225.651 6,844.393 7.242.708
INTERNATIONAL <£• GREAT NORTHERN.
i-r wY In Juno. $127,000 ?125.<W> $1».000
July 1-Jun» 7... 7,f27.75l 7.fi4?.602 ft.486.96S
MEXICAN INTERNATIONAL.
I«t «rk in .Tun». $178,190 ?141.9"W $183,251
July I Jun« 7... P. 23©,302 6,22^. 2<»7 7.788.M1
UIKX., ST PA'"L & SAUL.T STE. MARIE
IDt tvK. ir r«m $457.2CMt $845,829 $180,»2B
July 1-Jire- 7... 22.478.t81 18.663,563 10.802.834
MOBILE A OHIO.
Number of miles 1,111 1.11 ♦
Ist tvk. In .Tun*. $217,888 $174,505 $174,121
jnlv J.T.inc- 7.:. 8.025,671 9.152.251 9.115.106
NATIONAL OF irarxic6 :
ißt «*. lU June. $1,0t7.«40 $1,021,018 $937,968
Ju!v J-Jur- 7... 45,344. US 45.495.094 27.^44, 44«
RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN,
IBt week in June $12,717 MAH $10,522
Jols i-Jane 7.. 508,480 .142.57.4 563.588
ST. LOUIS BOUnrSTESTERN.
lul ■ii<* In Tnnfi $187,538 $180,476 $176,282
July 1 Jan« •■• 10,330.643 9.726.8E4 9.03 C.554
TOLEDO. PEORTA 6 WTEJSTERI*.
j^t ween in June $17:254 $15,751 $16,171
Jnlj- June 7.. 1.083.814 1.024.71S 1.180.561
TOLEDO, BT LOUIS f- WESTERN
Ist t.-««k in Jun«. 887.133 $63,383 $85,788
T-:i- l-,lun«> 7.. 3.616,409 8.197.632 3,f107.58
toij:do, feoria t WESTERN.
Ifontb of May— l»10 1908 Incre«a6.
Gro<sß e«raln«s $SS,3i7 $91,173 «J2.Slfi
Op".-, txpeases... 77,154 73.952 3.232
Jfet earners.... $11,173 Si7.2i'l •56.048
Other ome ... 1.600 2,2§2 2,80?
Totel income. $15,773 sis.sis *$3.740
Cnuc«a . ■ •■ 25,478 25.925 1.688
Deficit $9,705 $4,412 $£,298
July l-M»y .''-I —
tjroßi awuinip '• 074,«4fl |t,M6,MB so-.r»^o
Oper. expenses ... 537.813 821,809 16,004
Npt earning .... $2«7.1»S ftSS 160 $49,976
Otber Income 2*, l?,<} 24.287 3,«69
-!,••, income ... $285,292 5211.447 $93,846
Cbargee 271. 15.'. 259,632 11,553
Defiri: ........ $5.8»S $18.185*t42^82
•Decreaf.
CUBA.
Month of AprU—
Gross earnings ... $278,59J $226.<37 $51,937
Oper. esr^njes ... tUB,3U 121,773 26.838
Net profits .. . fl».?8S K104.554 $2r:,S»r>
Fixed charses 56.666 * 34^79 2,087
f urrlus . .... . $93,617 $70,305 $25.512
July 1-Arril SC>—
Gros? e*rn)n«< ... $2,10».7*8 $1,768,920 $833,816
i.;,. expenseß . r1.219.609 997.844 221,74%
\>t root* . $8R1.«47 $7<».576 $112,071
Flsod • irgei .... 361.876 329.937 31,939
; Surplus - - 551».771 $439j539 . $$0,131
tlnelu<J*fl In operating experses ar? the fol
lowing expenditures for extraordlnan replace
ments: This month. f 8.000; 10 dat*, SSO.OOO.
BANK STOCKS.
(Reported bj CMnton Gilbert. No. 2 "Wall «tr»»t.)
BM.Ask"ll Bi<J.Ask«d.
America ... ri " «30 Irrint N E.. 205 210
Am Kx<-h. • 235 2«2»a|Jefflerm>n ... — IBS
Audubon N. 100 105 ! Liberty .....'•» —
Stna Nat.. 175 ISO Lincoln ... 400 425
nronx Bor. . 300 — Msnhat Co.. 32*.) 835
Ricnx \'it. 19(1 200 .Mia & Kal. 2M 287
£„,„,... WE- UU 130 Metropolis .. 890 400
Bow'r? ... . 37»* - Merh &M N 257 90S
n.-t.l. '* D. 140 145 Mercantile .. 155 16<.i
wl-c-ant pic ir..- MQ M^tropoUtan. 200 —
,-n«i >- I N nW i«-*> MerrhaaJß- . 17S 17»
r.nturv ••• I'° 373 Merchants 1 E 160 no
rh»t* • • •»*> •« B Mobii< MorrteSSO 2fio
Chsthsrn' .. 32.'. ■» Mutual ..... »8 295
, hrinlra! ■ . 440 450 KUHU . 240 -
rit «>nt N. 153 160 Nat B««rv«. 105 115
;.!,v . 375 3SS Net* NethTd 210 230
r' Vise* Ex. 200 — |N VNB A. 830 838
Commerre - °'2j 21TH1N V County. 900 —
ro"rnlal *3M ~ ISth TTara. . . 27.1 300
,- iM.'ia " • 332 340 Klabt & Day 228 -
Cnrr Fxrh . 130 326 Nor Nat — 105
US 123 I ' 230 240
FH.'-itv .-■ 165 i7^ Park 3 '- >r> 340
J.', ' Nal... «*>■'» *-'' iTeople-s 270 -SO
FittS \v-'.".4100 (SO I'h.-i-, .... 190 200
L- ;.,, •„.. 4100 4608 I Plan 8V
r- 1„• 4flt ISS in 1 i P.!.P ••■.!.. ■ •■ Ex.. 165 175
. . 00 1W i«nmnaa ... 138 -
,1, 1 - 4 . 1!.,,",. 'S» ■■*■' IS«bcard I" M» -
S <:<h. Second .... 450 -
U' • 130 ifltate 275 2M
f.f,. '^ f" 4ST, - 12th Ward.. - 140
C^rn , A BSO T-ffi |2M M'Hrd. . . .1 <0 -
ISO 1 nlon Exch! 180 leo
« r 7 o ci i» 638 |W*« few.::: esb -
I»p Tr.' 560 575 IVcucvllle .. . HO -
•New stoefc. >
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(KTjrnish.U by W. v 'ml.* ''°- " ** Cedar
<AccraeJ lni«r«t to be add*,!.)
Hid. Asked.
--..- -:t,V' ::0 " :::::iSS !8 S
pi lliillilil ''"-. -,
■ B*%7^ :::::: S !:^ : :
•41-.4 1 -. w *> „':' ..." i*2
:r gSi-K'i*' g |v
ii^iliiiiii 1
t»;,t. V-l- .i^' 4 H6^ K7'- ;
• r :Ii!n:::::"::"":::ok R
„■ !a -i-?b'« m«gittCf«d. tCou "
.couron..
pens. «**■• . : . # _. r;^^. __.-..
THE iBKEIS
I■, . —
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
N>-«- YorV. 3ttM 13. ISIO.
B*ans, baps.. T,\'l\ Potatoes, bbls. ... 86,530
Flour. bMa - - 4.3ls|Onions. tblß ' 15
Flour. sack?.... 7.4.S2il>rieJ fruit, pkgs 1,40)
Cornmeol. bbls SK) Rosin, bbls 11.« n >
Odrnm«at bags. S.Bss{Rosln oil. bMs... 225
Oatmeal, bbl3 r.i"> Spirits turp. bbla 1,2^5
\Vh»at, l.uch'. ';; B.4»W|rH<"b. bbls '. .£- -.-To
fnrn, bii«ih. . .23 575 Tar. bb15..,.. 90
"fit?, . bush 50, «5-V» Sugar, bbls 214
Peas, bu<«h.. • 86w9fela8MS, bhla. .. li?-t
■ Malt, bush 81.600 Oilcake, pkge.... S*37
■ Rii'". pkts Oilmeal, bags 500
H«-.. t0u5..... . 6l»0!01!. ■ lard, bbls . . : •»
Straw, toaa Oil. lub, bbls 123
Hams, pkgfl 7S Ol«> stock, pkgs. 375
I^ard. ti»roes . Peanuts, bags 1.005
I^rd. KPg?: 4,270 Tobacco, hMs. ... ■ 455
Liard. cap«-^ Tobacco, tcs ' 'M
Grease, pki^s.. . I*"»! Tobacco, pkers . . . 2,325
Butter, pk^s.... 7,«46|WMlKey. bbls ... ' 241
Cheese. pkj?a ■ 1.124 Wool, bales 115
Bga*. cas*>R 20.R.«»9 "T«*l. sa'-ks 386
Dr Poultry, pkirs 1.257 Cotton, bales &<>">
Live poultry, rt.i .Il6!Cct's«e(i o'l. bMf? Ha
Oraneeß (Fla), os 375 i Quicksilver, flasks 65
f'rangr-s (Caft. cs 11.6501 Copper, pieces-... 10.400
Aprloota (Cal», cc s.7oi>|Cop matt». has^i. 72*
<'hprrff!> iCali. cs 7.e%i Hides, NO 2,235
Plmns (Cal), cts 3,inO|Pk!n?. bales 38
Peaches (Cai), eta 950|Wlne (Cal), bbls. 375
EXPORTS.
Wheat, baa*... 27.7(35 1 0i1cake. Tb 1.976,
Corn, bush I.lo2|Pork. bbls - 654
Oats, bush 3.840!8eef. bbls 1W
Beans, buoh. 24!* 1 B«-«»f . tierces.... 2eS
Pe*s, bush 47|Bacon, lb 7R».600
Flour, bbls 4.S72|Hams, lt> 24,0tX)
Flour, sacks... 11.C63 Lard. Ib 1.115.450
Commeal, bbls. 4^6|?t^arinc. lb 4.'""">
Feed, Ib.. 50.7tH>iTaiiow. rb 16!».!*0<>
Grass seed, bags 1 1 3 ! Grease, rb 20, 800
Hay. bales 32* Butter, n> 15,900
Alcoho!. gals... s.g3B|Che— e, rb 9,S6<>
Whiskey, grals.. 6,<i00 Cot's'd oil. gals. 12,940
Oilmeal. Ib .. 143..W',Lub oil, gals... 443,590
EXPORTS LAST WEEK.
Wheat, bush.. 77.4S7|Tar. bbls 139
Corn. bush.... 4 43.400|Ref ret. gals . ..12.821. KW*
Oste, bush . s.7l7] Naphtha, gals. .".C4.3<>3
H»Rns. bush.. ].ftf>7!Benrln*>. (rtlf &S0
Peas, bush 1,711 Gasolene, gatt. 137.260
Flour, bbls... ; Residuum, gals 30.008
Flour, sack*.. 4!».21 1 Pork, bMs... . 1,300
Commeai, btls 5,622 Beef, bbls 1,757
r*«d, Th 74,76it|Beef. tierce*-.. S6O
Bran. rb 122.&401 Baccn. tb 1,038.300
Graps eeed,bg:j 338|Hams, tt> 133.600
Hay. bales... / i.i'SJiijaxd. rb 3.141
H^s. bale?.. 142'pfnarine, rb.... 4,000
Alcohol, gais.. 5.«2.-> Tallow, Tb 200.000
biskoy. cals lo.iOOj Grease, rb 638.2"<">
Ofhneal. tb.., 379.875J Butter, rt) 82.700
eiicake. rb. ... $,015,700 C%ees«, rb 25,. r .OO
Spts turp. gala 34.040 1 t^nl oil. sals.. 10"
Rosin, bbls... 6.871 c'ofsd oil. srale 149.555
Pitch, bbls... Lub oil. gals... 1,483,670
j CASH QUOTATIONS,
lion. Xor. xo l Cotton. mi<i<iiing tS.SO
foundry $17 00 i Coflee. No 7 Rio S.»
Iron. ,vo. No 1. ISS6 $ugar. granulaie.l 5.15
Stee; rails 28 00 Molass«-s.OK pme 4'"»
Stand cor. spot. 1215 . R^f family .... $lO 511
Tin S2 72* 1 Beef hams 2S 00
Exchange lead. 4 42»s Tallow, prime... 6a-i6 a -i
Bpelter r< sft I pork, lne^s 24f>0
•Wheat. No 2 red 104 IHoes. drsd, Iflrt rb 13 '2
tCorii, No 2 65«4 | Lard, Mdle West. 12.45
Flour. Mpls pnts 535 j
•C. i. f. tdevator, domestic basis.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
Htrw York. Jim» IS, lftlO.
GRAIN -"U'HEAT— New low records for the
season were established, -with hefcvy selling; on
the r>a"t of commission ho\is«s. due largely to
iflfproved weather i-ondlUons ovfr th» Wast.
Liverpool was down 7 *@l l gd. flue. t& the. -wdak
nt-eg In America and the poor cash demand, and
the fact 'hat prices abroad contlnuo to decline
atx,ut as fast as in America gives poor promise,
"f exoart business. Broomhall made world's
exports 8,320,000 bush, compared with U. IR4.l"">>
the previous tree* and 12,064,000 lust year, and
phowetj a decrease In the amount afloat of
6.720.000 bush. The official r«pr>rt on Th» Hun
rsrian crop, un.jor date of J»n« 11. placed the
yield of -wheat at 1f16.400.00i'> bush, against 113,
352.000 last ytar. The visible supply showed a
decrease of 1.760,000 bush, compared with a de
crease last week of 1. 000 and a decrease last
>ear of 2.121.W0. No 2 r*d closed at SI 04
c i f. and No 1 Northern. $1 00 fob. CORK—
Active and *.a*i»*r. closing at a net decline ot
K6%c. Reports on th<» condition or the crop
were generally satisfactory, *i»d lome r»ports
indicated larjr'r stocks In the country than gen
♦rally cr«jited. Th«- visible eupoly BtaOWea sn
Increase of 613,000 bush, companM With a de
<reai«e last week of IP.OOO and an increase a
year aeo of 9,000. Xo 2 corn. here. C7Hc. notn
ir.al. elevator, domestic basis. g;.o' . to arrive
*il> if. export Xo 2. «6Uc f n h. OATS— Prioee
at the close wer» vv s @.Hc r t o wer. "Tiib official
report on Hungary made th« crap
bush, ccmpare^i with &2.270.000 lnri year. Th°
vtslole supply B&Owed a tleer***- of T17.0M bush,
compared with a decrease latt w»ej{ of 230.000
and a decrease last year of 5>55,000. Cash oat?
(Jull; natural white, 26 to 32"lt>, 4S^4sc; ciipp'ri
31 to 12 It>. 43©47hc. RYE and BARLET -
I^cminal.
VEIV YORK TRICES.
' Sattir
"WTieat: Op«n. Hipb. Low. Clos«s. day. ~
July . f'<»'; Jl <V)i» f>f!» r<c» s ji ftOH
September . I«H B6"« J>s P.*.'« BCS
December.., — — — M ?«:
Corn :
July :. — 6S\ 67%
September.. — — — 6$H (571^
cember. .. — — 6S 4 64 *i
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
XVlieat <~orn. Oats.
To-day 530. 000 72?" 000 540.000
Last week 166.000 8&l,O00 564,000
T-ast year....! 357.000 587,000 484,000
SEABOARD CTJEARANCES.
Flour. T\"hea». '"•cm
To-day 25.000 25.000 L 0&
Lsst we«it 8.000 37,000 lfl 000
Last -'3i- 23,000 22,<V0 ■ 41JOOO
COTTOX — Quiet, and fluctuations irregular
within a rang* of about 10 points on tnost poal
tions. Th«* close was steady. n»t 4 points lovrer
to 4 points higher, late positions being relatively
suady durinc; the day. Tb» market opened
steaoy at a d^clin" .of S tn 5 points on old «*rop.
«iill» n»w crop was 1 point lower to 1 point
h;srh»r. b-in* r«laiiv»]y steady. * The. govern
menf« report will b» iseu«d at noon on July 1
an<j carries th* condition of th* crop up to May
25. Ekratiwsrn marV»ts were unchanz^d to i 4 c
lower. Local contract prices:
_ Batar
Oi>en. High. Tjivv Close a y
June 15.07 15.07 in.fi- I&.O6A15.IO 15.09
July 15.1S imd 15.10 15.1»5#15.1- 15.18
August 14 >;■> 14.67 14.47 14.66514.67 1162
S«ptemo*r..lß.ls 18.20 13.11 13.20-<?l3 21 IS.IS
Ootob-r ...12.47 12.50 12.40 12.40#12.60 12.43
November. .12.3S 12.38 12.38 12.3^ ia 12 S4
r>fi>«mh«r.. 12.27 12.52 12.-J1 12.31^12 32 12.27
J^nuarj' .. 12.22' 12.C4 12.17 12.27'iJ 12 2A 12.28
starch 12.2,> 12.25 12.20 12.29#12.81 12.25
Spot, quiet sn.j uacfaaaged 16.20 c for mid
ii',ins upland and 15.45 c for middling Gulf. SJle«»
1U.520 bales; d»iivet«d on contract. ri<V> bale*
Special Liverpool , <*atl*s: spot, fair bu*t&esa
doing; sales, S.OOO bales: speculation, an.l export.
.W» ; American. 7.<Wi; middli&g upland. 13d
F-atui«e open»<3 Q'ii<=» at. 4ffs noints a^iine.
Closed steady at 4??7 points lower. June. 7.'ir«i;
June-Jul>-. 7.68 d: July-August. 7.."r*d; -\ugusf-
F*ptcmh»r 7.2 M; ;a*r,f«>vnber_<-v.-t»b*r. 6.82Hd;
October-November. **.Hl<3; r<oveii>h*r-December,
6.514 i. December-January, (J. 47 l 4d; January-
Fehruan'. «4tVi; rebruary-Marrh. S.4Sd; March-
April. «.44 I sd; April-Slay. 6.44 d; MSy-June,
6.41« ,>d.
COTTT.F, -Market reactionary, and at the
clo?" prices w-»re net unchanged to 10 points
lower; sales. 14.790 bags. Havre ■ closed un
changed to '-» C**nc lowir. Hamburg was un
changed to >i pf? decline, Rio Bran at 150 reis
advance. Santos 50 rrip higher an.: Rio ex
change on London showed a de<-'lne of l-32d at
]fi I «d. There seamed to be s rery poor outsid"
demand, and thf'marK". was c narrow one and
easily Influenced by moderate , sellinj: orders.
Warehouse deliveries of Brazilian coftee at the
T'nited Statea ports last week were 70,514 bags,
against 72,035 th* previous week and 73.115 ia«
jroar Fpot quiet and noniinal on rh» bas^e or
BHc for Rio Xo 7. Local contract pricss:
Satur-
Open Hiah. Low. CXOS*. day.
:j U ni« — — — 6.40.gt».*"-> " 6.40
T u!v 1540 "6 in 640 6.40<ff6.50 fi.so
A u (Hint' ...... — — — « s<Vffi W 6.58
September . 6.t-> 6.»VS 660 6.«o(g<i» 6.65
October ... - -. - «-«91«55 6.65
November . . - - - 6.60^3.. 0 O-iO
Dscember . . 6.78 6.73 8-70 6.65a«i."0 «. i5
January .... --- .- iZSif-Is 6.7?
Tvhrvarv .... -- — — rt 72©6 78 6. 50
SUrch :..'.. '6.76 6.76 675 6.744fA79 « 8S
1.,.: 6.7406.76 «.«4
>V.;, .■'.::::«. 78 C.7« 6.76 6.7696.T9 6.84
FI OL'Il AXI> MEAI/— Flour in»ctiv» anfl
barely st»sdy. with b«y«ra holding out for low
er quotations. WHEAT FLOUR— *pat
etits $5 20fi5630: winter Btraights. $4 40#|4 60:
winter patents..- $♦ 75©t» 10;. spring cl»arF, $4 2;>
es4 45; extra No 1 winter. $a9&2s43<>; extra
v. 5 winter, $S«J^f3fls: Kan>i« straights.
S4 7005480. RYE FIXrrR— Steady: fatr to
iood, $4 ir>S?4 40: chni,.- to fancy. $4 455 54 50.
I conxMKAL-Quiot: kiln dried. $330. BAG-
I MKAT.r-Steady; finf white and yellow. »l ffISQ
$140. roarae, $12509130. FEKO -Western
sprlna $20 10; standard middling, $21 P0; flour
00 *sitiO; i-^d .10-. $28M; spot r>nr mill prIAH.
cttybmn. $2n in bulk. $21 in sa<-ki". middling.
$22 50®528; red dog. $2850; Ij.-.niiny chop. $2 1 .-.ft
in biilkf $27 .'.O in sacks; ouoteal. $32 509603 50,
nominal. , '"■ ,
I'ROVISIOXS— Moderately active, but prices
eaal«r under selling pressure <mo to larger
roppipts oT hosrs than expected and t shorp
d-.-line In prices nt the yard*. PORK— Steady;
moss, $24- ftrmtb $2<»<f r2««W>; shon cJ«ar,
$24 r>o<r92<>. BEEF — Me.vi. #1.-.'fli Slrt: family.
J;in'.(.X2o: packet. $17®$17»O: extra Tn-IM
rm«>. $29 s««s.ifl TiK-F.r HA«- Quiet, ai
S"ietiJs DRKBBHD HOOS— Steady; bacon*
iSviPIJJSOHb. 13%CJ l«50 !b. kU'.ir; I4fl lb.
is4c' pi«s. 13%? .it MEATS— rickle.l
helttes linn;" snioklne. ISc; 10 lb, ISc: 12 lb.
17,. 14 lb 10 : ••■ pi<-k!-tl hams steady, T>«i
■« -, T ALLOW — Onli : city, f?t » <>; country,
j '/?<» ••■•«•. -LAUD— Barely steady: Mid.l!"
W«sl i-'.40<fi12..-.Oc; city quiet, I- I ., re
rtr.cd steady; South America. I4.a»c; < nntlnent.
! 1:5 i..c; Brazil k«j* t^C.-.c: compound qui«t.
u\ 'j 1 «••»<-. .-rr>:Aia:-i-:-oi.o. u*c; city
larrt. 12c. ,
SI'CAi: — Kefin-jcJ atcady sad unchanced.
Ka» suaar quiet, priomi nominally unchanged.
Ontrlfufral. (m t«st, 1.24 c; maseovado. fi!t ie,t.
tk . inoiassM, S:> tt-st. S-4»e. Cosi and
froißht Cuban. ;Ji 20-?24*2 16 r l«c London
! market for beul wieai qulel »nd unchanited
rurrent month. 14<» 0»id; next mo:ith. Us
rt'i d
KICK— Steady. l«cal iMijtrl Inrttienccd liv
. poru of smaUi offerUis;s tram inilljj for i^t
iit sraiii'S. '-'"X'ir ' ,
MKTALS ooppbb— Standard weak; *poi
nn-t tlt-liverlos to Hi- end •>( Bentember. 12.03
ft 12.25 c I oiuion weak: spot. p4'lsa; ratures,
£,V. 7» (1.1. I.»k» here, 12.250 12.50 c; el«ctxo-
tl.- 12.300-12.T5c}* c9.«tlns.*sJ2.2s©iaJioej
TIN Weak: fpot. 32.«WI*rS2.S2*»c: June, S2.«fl
©■"'- ■'•oc; July. B2.astj;J2.7<>«; August, r.i.oorw
r.2S«>c: .Srriteml»er, 32.7 m g32.t>o«'. London
v.<*.<»K: spot. Hi- i-. futun't. fUO 12s* '*J.
LEAD — null; mot, 4.. !.V<1'4..'i0e Xf-w Ynrk. -».2<»
Q 23C East it Louis. London a «hada higher
st £12 12e 6d. S'PELTER--t>ul). ,V*o*T. <cv
Xaw York. 4.f)505.02>4c East St L*uis. Lon
don, t-2 ss. IRON — Lower at 40* lHd for
ClevelaJid warrant? In London. . Locally quiet;
xn 1 f"ur.drr Xorthirn. rtß 75fi$l*25; Jfo 2.
$162S|t$ien No 1 Southern and Xo I
Southern soft, $16 259514) 75. Pij? Iron ORttfl
cat»s unchanged So ksiea
MOI.ASSKS AM) SYRLT8 — StolflSMs st«ady.
Byrupe quiet and barely «tead'>.
NAVAX, STOHES— Spirits of turpentine firnj
locally and in Savannah, rtosin an.l tar qu'et
OlLS Linseed oil unchanged. Kenned pe
trrl'Mim steady at the decline reported Satur- i
day. | • : ■ . -.' : ;
rrtTTONSEKD OIL— Steady early, but ■ Ut* !
In the dsj- easier for late po^itloas. Final
'prices were 2 points high«r for spot positions :
and unchanßcd to S points ri«t lower for'oth^r
months. Sales, 0,300 barrels. l.oca! contract

Satur-
Spot Opfn. High. Low 9 close. 25 dsj.
spot — — — s.ooa*.ss 7.w
June . ... 7.!)7 7.07 7U7 [email protected] 7.siO (
July T. 98 T.M 7.y<5 ' 97* 7<>S 7.M
August 7.86 7.PG 7 r»« 7 '.<■" 7 ">7 '.ft
£cpt#Tnb«r. . . 7.^9 7.S!t 7.57 ' 7.Soif 7.58 7.57
October .... 7.ai 7.31' 7.27 7.27 'if 7.^ 7.30
November... fi 7»> >i 76 «75 «.73t?t'-75 ■ C 74
December... — '— — B4'!'..i; I- 6.48
January 6.1S iV4S ft4J* a.40&'8.4S &-li ;
_:..- _ c
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New Tork, Jun« 13. l«0.
BEANS AND PiSAS Keoeipts. 3gJ bac«
b»ans. Xo chang- in domestic white beana,
bui market firm, with most holders asking
our outside figures. Kc-d kidney strong, witb
sales to home, tradfi at Somewhat higher ng
uTtS. - California lima in sclltrA' favftr. Srotch
peas very nrna. BEANS-i-M»rrovr. choice,
b«fehel. $3S>s3 0C; tair to good. #2 00©$2 o.>;
medium, choir*-. $2 37 %<h $2 40 : P oa, •$2 37t»1*
$240: fair to good. $2 25@52 30: Imported
medium, $2 10© 20; pea. $-' i •"• 'i $- 25; whit"
kidney, $3; fi-A kidney. $4 30®$4ft0; yliow
"je. $.11.-.; black turtle smip, «2 75#52 80;
lima. California, S3 or>. PEAS— Scotch, bags,
buehel. "S2:)2U'g?2 BS.
Bl'll'£R- Rrcipts. 7,040 pk«*. L'nd*f ln
cr*nf,in% accumulationi". i>(intinu»d dull trade
and some pressure to sell. Ihe market d«
clin»>a i,(ii"' on <yiost <r»d»s of .r*»rnerv
Buyers taking hold slowly »t the lower rates,
and the feeling is unsettled and weak. Process
a'little easier, and factory And packing <{ock
duli nnd weak. CreamTy, i«p«ciaU, lb, 2*\<,e:
extras. 27^4 *26c; firsts, 27^27> 2 c; seconds.
2rt>4 <5 2«i*c; thirds. 25H#2tJc: state dairy
ti^p. nn*st. 27H3 2«c; jrood to prime, StflJ
'_'7c; common to fair. 2&%028iC; process. spe
cirii!=. 2rtc: extra?. 25®i'."»4c: firsts. 24c; soc
ond*. 23S2S*se; \\-»<itern Imitation creamery,
firsts, 24 (J 25c: factory, firsts. H '5-2.'s *i c :
seconds. 2.Sc: tnirdP, 21^22c; packing stock.
Xo 1. 023 c: No 2. 22H@22»ic; No 3,
21®' 22c.
t'HEESK— 1.124 b*-x»* Not
enough business to establish th» market. Out
look Is for very heavy supplies. Th»re are
fi&ns of weakness: in tome quarters, bat h6l<3
ers of fancy flats are not lowering asking
prices, and for the best of these, inside quota
t!..r. for specials I* belns realised. • SKim
cheese sJeftdy. State, whole milk. new. spe
cials. 14!i.015c; fancy, large or small. colored
or xvhit* 14c: average prime. lS'4'Sl.»%c:
fair to good. 12 <i I? r< V . common. lO^ll^ic;
skims, specials. lt»;c: fine. 10U #10»;c; fair
to roo<3, 7 1 4 S tl «c; common. 4*4 '?t*>H<-: ~ a ' 1
skims. 1 'v 3''i«*. I
F.(.»,S— Kerelpts. 20.559 case*. - Market
Icwer for "C^'«'stprn and n«*arby br6^n esffs
unclci- rontinued liberal receipt*, advices of
free supplies In transit and «tron* pressure
to sell. State, Pennsylvania and nearby, nen
nery white*. 24«f2«c: gathered. 22<!T24t: hen
nery hro«n». fancy. 22@22^c: gathered. 20
2XHc; fresh pathereii selected extras, -.-c,
extra ftr*t«. I9H®2o^ic: firsts, isu^iftc.
seconds. I 7»» f-lSc; thirds and lower jtrades.
16©17 c; dirties. No 1. l7@l7Uc; No 2 and
poorer l. iS l l«',jc: rhecksr prime. 1«S-1HVsC
checks and cracked, poor to fair. 14©l5Hc.
FKITTS — DRlED— Firmer ton* in future
evaporated apples, with bids of 7Uc for OCto
bers and 7c for Novembers, «-lth nothing OfTer
ine Unsettled outlook as to the natr crop
is having consid"rable eff«ct. although too
parly for anything but a vague Idea, of the
yield Spot quiet at former quotation*. AF
PLES, evaporated, fancy, lb, . 10U @IO%iC:
choice. B«flfiC: prime, caflot*. ic; 3*»bbin|r
sales. 7%57M.c: common to f&lr, fig'iJHc:
1908 s>4®«c': «un dried, prime. 6iiig«» 2 c:
cores and skins, 100 lb, $1 «5«St 7R; «hoppj;d.
Canadian. 100 lb. $1 w^si 75: APRICOTS.
California, Mo«rpark lb, 12«>13»4c; Royal
10it«i2c: PKArHEP. California, p"»l"1. i.i'Sf
lRc; unpf-elcd. 6#S^e; TRUNES. California. a
TT?riTS— FRESH — Apples dull and -w»ak.
TRrtTS— FREPfT— Apples dull and «-»ak.
Peaches nn7i piuni9 plentiful and lower. Ptraw
Berries movini? Slowly at about late prices.
Plackherri-P lower. Other b»rries without
change. Orftnpes and grapefruit c<teaily. Muk
melon* plentiful and loner. Watermelons ac
tive and higher. Pineapple* in jK'J*."*'™*"?-
APPLE?. Northern ! ::^y. bhl. **«*> 50: Bald
ti-ln S4QSS: -B*n Davis. Jt»fU>@s4 50; Russet. $8
ffls4: rommon. |2©|2 50; far Western. JM>x-es.
$2613 25: PfiA«!«M. Florida, carrieir $1900
•225: Georgia and South Carolina. $1 25 ©$_ I ..
Texas, bushel basket. $1 75^52: PLJ.MS, Geor
gia, carrier. $175#n»: CHERRIES ■ rg and
black. e-r& basket. 50«76c: . vrhite ■ 2.VSS.V: red
and black, peach basket. $1 iifJl-V; J"* 1 *?--!*:
ervur, SI^Sl 25: swe-t. ntiart. 9312 c: lb. .glOc.
sour, quart. 7g-l0c: tb. ft-ssc: rR^ANTvJI*^"r R^ ANT vJI*^"
ware and Marj-land. quart. I<v^i2c. PTRA^-
PERRIES. Staten Inland, fj-uart. WtlZc; Hilton
and Irvinarton. P^llc: uprlver. Btma: ?% r **l'
6«12c Delaware and Maryland. «£?<•: 81-A J^T
BERRIES. North Carolina, quart. 6^?c. RASP
PFRRIEB .Terse---, red pint. o*Tl2c: Delaware
and Maryland. ' 7ffloc: HUCKLEBERRIES
North r-aroifna. quart. 10«12o; GOOSEBERRIEN
ouart 8©10e:* O&ANGSS. Florida, tor. «1 •'■<"<?
SSO: V>liforr,ia. ■ SI 50<S$4: GRAPEFRUIT.
Florida, box. S2-SW 50: MUSKMELONS. rrate.
51 fiOSs2: i^alifornia, Etandard crate. 51 s'ra
7.-. Mnr. >1 2IV?S2: WATERMELON^, Florida,
via rail; " r*rloa<f. $BeOOs4ap: ««m»r. _ «^f
$375 in bulk. 100. SSo*?ssO: PIXEAPPLEg.
Florida, rraf, $1 25f Cuba. $IS5«$2; Porto
, Rico. Jl(Ss2. -^ „<--«
HOPS Some inquiry in Oregon at Ilgi-c.
but. holders not in*UT<«"l to «c^«pt the«» fleure*.
Some offers for contracts In Oregon at 13c. but
best growers refuse to s»Il at .that, while 14c
Ie asked In Sonoma Croj? reports continue
favorable on the Pacific COS**, and in Naw
York State, White the vine is backward, owtn*
te rainy «-»ath"r and troets, th» outlook i« gr«vJ
sni warm •K-eather -*-oul<s Cau>» Urge im
provemeat. Local market arm. with light or- %
ferlngs. AND STRAW— Market eontlnuea to
MA\ AND STRAW -Mark«t .vintiniie* tn
improve on top erases af timothy hay. and me
dium and low grades are beginning to show im
provement. No chan?» In qnotarions. HA .
timothy, prime. lar?e bales. 100 tb. $115: No 3
and No 1. fsc'asl 12H: shipping:. 75c; pa'-Ving.
BOc; clover and .-lover mixed. SOc^fl; STRAW,
long rye. S.VS6Oe; shorl and tangled rye, 50c:
oa» and wheat, 40545 c.
rOt'l.TRA r — eiptf. 7 cars by
freight and a few scattering coAps by express.
jivi>t)lies moderate, and advices do rot indicate
exeftßfiiv* receipts for the we»k. Fe*lln3 ap
nfars to b« Steady but prices had not been Mt
tled at a late hour. DRESPED— Fresh rec»iptß
o" fowls moriera'e. aitd holders inclined to te
et'ady in their views, though trading is very
aulet" Tt>«ern broilers showin? Incr«a«" in re
ceipts «nd 80c Is About top for choice dry
n'oVed Nearby broiler*, spring .lucks and «muabs
nrminallv unchahged. Frozen poultry o,uiet.
FrSh kiIIed— TURRETS. ■vr*Bt#m. averaicv best.
h-n* or toms, »8c: fair to good. U6WJB: BROIL
ERS. PhUa. fancy sr.uab. pair. Mf«ti-. fancj
4 1b to pair and und.«r. rb. 40c; P«r.n. 35e: West
, rp dry picked, 80e: *cal<l*d. ZVg2Sc; FOWIA
est-rn boxes, dry. 4<? rh and over to flosen,
1&H02OC M to 42 Tb. l*c; ic#d. dry picked.
i TT> »nd over. cull* out. 19c; av«ras«, best
Btraisrht, as they run. iSHc; bbls. iojM. ,flry
e*ck«d VnaU. l"7Hffl»; scaMefl. «M. : fancy,
lfic: Southern an.s Southwestern. lSkc; other |
western, scalded, iced, 15517 c; COCKS, olifb.
lii=..>- DTJCBTLtNOS. sprliiff. T^ir Tslan^. .E4K
ern'and F'"nn.Coc; SQUABS. prim», large, whiie.
Co^n $2:.cas" 75: poor. dark. $2. culls. oO^TSc
TtTRKBTS, yonng toms. 1ß^27r; young
neHs leG2s<:l e G25<:- oM tam3, 24.-; CHICKENS, hroil-
'milk fed, 2-igSoc: corn te-i. l?Q25c: roast
iiic -milk f -i. 26#2<C; fryers, l«#20r: corn fed.
18^21c; fryers 16@17%c: FOWLS, dr-. picked.
ISWin'-r- fO^K!*. OM. I* 1 !-?.
rOTAtO3ES ANI> VKGETABLES — Potatoes
in heavy receipt, but demand active and prices
higher Onions steady. Asparagus dull an.l
weak CabbageV higher for best stock. Cucum
bers filing veil when choice.. Mushrooms weak
and lower Feas slightly firmer. Srrin? b»an*
I'-re-iv Door and prices irregular. Tomatoes in
:h— •" supply and weak. POTATOES' Bermuda,
bbl $2ifs3; Southern. No 1. $1 I*3*2 12: seconds,
HflS*l2B: eullsr. ' 75rff?l. ■ 01(5. - «tf7 or bag. ■ $1^
SI 87- ASPARAGUS, dozen boncbee. 75c$$3 5O;
PKFT Southern 10ft buueties. $14f$$: N--w Or
1-ans 'bbl." K-?S2SO: Bermuda, crate. 5O«"3c:
rARROTS. Southern, .ICO. bunches.. $150«$260;
vVw" Orleans .*:«s3: Bermnda. crat». 50-U7CC:
old bbl or ba«. 12«53. CAPBAGES, Maryland
and Virginia, crate. r-vg7.V; bbl. 4!*gflii C) Nor
folk crate 50©65 c; bM, 354J55c: CFCrMBEM.
bartcet $1 2T.«jsl 80: r*srth Carolina. $1@?1 23.
Sowth .' CaroUoa. 6^c«*l 12. Georgia J.'^cS?l ;
Florida 2T.@?se; hothouse, t>o-x. Sl'oOigSS: fSOQ
PT "NT? Florid*, box. $125£«: QRKEN
CORN North Carolina,- crate. $I®s2; Florida.
S^lffSS* N*w Orlear.?. 100. $1 fifMrs3. Bermuda.
crate $1 2f.'ci?l 60; I.KTnTE. n».arby. bbl. 60c(ir
SI- state, bSjslsst. 504>7Sc; LIMA BEANS. Flor
ids basket $1«$3; MCmROOMS. 4-Ib basket.
*i(Vfi? - ONION?. Bemiuda. .-rate Jl"gSl i 5;
T«-jibp yellow. $I SOSMS; whlta. $1 oCifsl 75;
Ecvrtian. bag »2 2gg>2 75: . OKRA, fsouthern,.
carrier $I«SS*B 50; PEAS. 7«ff«7. lar«r«. bas
1.-t $l 25'55l 37:' small. 12-SJI 25; D«lawar«
and Maryland, large. $1 12»$1 small, ?l-5
Jl 12- Eastern Phore. lar«e. °Ic@Sl 12; SBaaji.
netfil: P?.ltlrnore. larjr* or umall. 7fi#BOc; PEP
PI RS Florida, large box, S2os3; carrier. SI 9M
$22S:' PARfiUET, New r |ean*. bb!. f[G*: :
STRING BKANH. K;istern ?hore and Vlrfrinla,
1 » a™ half -bbl basket. $l£*l 25; third. 804t7J
1 Viririnia, sreen. half bbl Msk-t. 75r091; 'third.
«Wr 7sc; ' North Carolina, .wax. -hAlf-bbl basket.
73<«$1: third. 2."4i75c: Rreen. 23ff60c; South Car
n'liira baskef 2.^7:.c: SQtTAFH. marrow, bbl
.-rate $1 WWts2; vello« . hbl. • 7Betfsl SCt; ba3Vet.
ROcflil: "hi'te. bbl. 7.'.cJ?sl basket. 5.>075c;
TrpVII'S rutarmew. WM. >2fTf2 .10; white, new.
10.-> bunches B0eS»«: TQSsATOJBB. Florida, ewr
ricr 7.v-'ii*2. hothoa«e. Vt>. .fi®l2c; WATER
CIkESS l" bunches), Slfijl 75.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
. ie- New York. June IS, 1010.
WEKKI.T HF.rRIPTS.
Keeves. Cows. Calves, (rheep. Ilccs.
Jerjev CltJ 3.»41 — 3.305 £6,&f10 10.25^
Piltleth' streel 2,1O« 20 7.7MG 2»3 -t —
Fortl -th sfreei — — ~ ' — 0,175
! , nlah Valley B.MB — <U> .;.i:;7 —
<>ntral Tnion 5.4:»2 — 4>*> 7,2 M —
Weehawken ■«j « ; 1 -™ — 74 —
Scattering .-■ 'j- __J^ 37 »Jtt
.Totals I*7Bs W 12.423 40.83.; 23.02-*
TetaU lantwk, 0.307 lio 13.741 34.109 21.442
TVKEKT.V EXPORTS. V i ; *l
■ : • ' Lire r.ivc Qr*. of
KhtrP<*r. Steamer, cattle, sheep, be^f
MorriH Beel Co.. Teutonic ... — — ,02
Morrlo luef CO.. Baltic — _ i,,-^
SWlfl Beef Co.. Tflutonie..... _ _ 1.033
tiwlfl Beei Co.. Mlni»ewa»ka.. — -_ 225
Pwlft Beef Co.. naltle... -- — 2.10
BchwarsSchlM * .-ulibergor.
MlruMwatka 101 — 1.000
J. Shamberg & .'•on. Minne
wa>ka • • frt ■;'— v ■ —
Mlfcellanetus. Bermudlan •.■«> 74 .; v ,—
Total exports ....171 74 im
Total »-xpuri« lA«t week Vl»» ~ 4,««JS
Puston .•s.. v i-ts iliia week..... 820 — —
Philad< Inhla export* thin week S*i —
sronireal elport»e l port» ihls wc5k...5.31S — „-,"—
To London ••• — I.BM — 3.072
Tn Liverpool 1.417 —1.236
TifJlailton •' 2<'>2 — — I
To Manchester 6&1 — .1
To Bermuda an-1 W*e?t Indies. 20 74 / t— •
Tottll to all p0rt5. ........ .R.55rt - 7 » ♦-3J*
Totals to all ports, last .•we»J?..2.Ml . . —...-♦>'**•
QUOTATIONS roH BEEVES.
G6od to choice ca»iv> .--«•. •?• «>3ss 30
Poor to 'at- native s"*»rs.... 5 i2ft t 3v3 v
Oxen and slif2;ss
Bulls and drj- cow*..:'. 3 23® o^U
Good to choice nstii *t«rs on» y««r
ago i •' B«C>tf • oO
BErVE£ -H»<*»ip>!> for two day*. 31» <-»rs M
4,124 head. Including 101 cars for slaughter and
23 for th» mark" Prim? and choice dry t»d
•t?*rs ju«t about f'»tdv: all ■ «ther« slow tA 15c
lower, with 7 cars unsold a» ■ late hour. Bulls
at th* tipr-r yard* in liberal receipt and rat»d
Isfir2se lemw. but the fp» at Jer.«ey City
brought laet week's oloaisw prices; cows In litn
lt«"i r*o*lpt and -lOfflSc r;«h.-r M both rard».
Good to choice steers - •■!-. at JT 438*3 +•'> •„■ -■-
in«> H): bulls, at $4 ■'■"?.?•' 75: tall-ends, at $4;
.-o«-5. at $3 3O<SSS7S Dr*F9»<l beet quiet, at 0©
12c for natlvf- carcasses.
Sales- i-'. Pawlgrs: 9 Penn^vlvanla steers. 1244
n> average. «t .*- 45 per 1O» lb; 2". IS2T. rb.
$.H4l>; 11. llt>o tb, M 21 Virginia, 1200 lb. »T«.
20 Maryland, 1162 It>. $7 r.5; 21. 1135 lb. 55;
Z\. 1025 Ib. 57 5.1: S3 dlstntoy f<M. 11S2 th.
$7«3: 17. 11 S4 Ib, $7 C"; 1 bull. Ml Ib. f»25;
3. 800 rh. $S: 2 CO^rS. 10« V) Ib. $.". 15; 1. 10SO Tb.
53: I, *00 Ib. $3 83; 4, IN Tb. $3 50.
N>-s-ton (k Co. : i» Pennsylvania MMn, 12.V*
Ib. $523: 14. 1177 rb.j£7 8O:-7. 1050 Tb. S7.">. 3
Pennsylvania cows, i»33 n>. $5.
MePherscn ft Co.: Id Pennsylvania steers. 1195
Ib, $8 SO: 3. 1264 Tb. **> 13; 10. UC Ib. $7 V'l 3
io\vj. 113,1 rb. $5 7,-.: 17, 977 IT). $Ms.'
.T. Shamh*rsc * Stfe: 1« Virginia steers, 1217
Tt>, *$; 21, 12(»G Ib. $>. 10, I*-" m. S7 S5.
t. .lv.M i Co.: 3 bulls, 1200 Ib. t&«: 2. 600
tb, *4 H
Nelson & MeCne: 1 bull, 1470 rb. $5 75; 1.
{•70 tb. $510; 10, $64 rt>. $.'.. f». 759 Ib. $475. 5.
625 tb. $4 »V>; 2. 445 tb. $4: 1 COW, 1020 IT>. $4 75.
J. G. Curtis & Sop: H c^«-. MM rt> ?5 40: I,
9<V> Ib. $5 25: 7. SSG Tb. $4 25: 3, -■»> Ib, $3 »0: 1.
',tf\ ft. |S«b .*?. 770 rb. $.140: 4. «.«* ID. $3 30:
7 trails, 100$ Ib, $3 1."; 3, 787 Tb 55; 2. 745 Ib.
$4 7o; 2, 660 Ib. $4 .O. „
Andrew MulKn: .'; bulls. 1137 18. *5 IS: 1. lOCO
Tb. $5 10; X SftS Ib, $5; 3 cows. 677 Tb. $4 3A;
3, 707 Ib, $3 75. _. . _
JelHffe VTrisjht & Co.: 4 bulls. RB Ib, 5-.; 2.
3W Ib. $4.V>: 1. COO tb, $-».
W R. Huni«: 2 bull*. 1300 Ib. $5 50; 4. 6fi»>
rb $4 7. r >. '
tt. H. Hollf*:<2 bulls. Mi Tb, $5 12>r.
CAT.YE*— Receipts for 2 rWvs. Mil in
cluding 8.553 fcr the market. F>«lin« net a»
firm as last I^t-lay. but at 60th street pfiops were
rat*<l BhA.tt steady; at J«rsey City 10c ti> loc
lower. With fn'r <I»rnan<l th^ pens wer» cleared.
Common to choice veals sold at $i 309510 per
i<» Tb; culls and throwout.*. $-">*7s7: buttermilns.
$»;«$7. with $6 7.1 a funeral top pftf*. DMM
calves about steady at 13515 c for city dressea
veals. llH@l3c flor city dressed buttermilfts, and
IO^ISc mr ronnrrv ItlMri ral\*».
Sal°s— W. R. Hume: IIHJ veals. 163 tb average.
$10 per HX» Ib: 23. 12? Ib. ?:> •'• : .*.* 134 Ib. $1*25;
(-..". mixed. 130 Tt>. $7 73: 14. 123 Tb. $7 N» : 8
thro\vom<«, 129 IT. $7; 8, 127 tb. $8: 14 butter
milks. 155 Tb. $7; 2?. J57 Ib. $«75
H. tt. Holll*: M vMls. 15S I», $10; 51. 170 t*.
$9 87'- 102. f* tb. $0 75: 02. 132 Ib. $f» 50; 1*». IX4
Tt-. $f). IS mixed. 12$ Tb. 25: 3 «-ullS. 177 Tb.
$7 .M>; 4 §25 Ib. $7: lt# buttermllfcs. 12?» Tb. 75;
£tt>. 137 Tb. 50: 11 throwouts. 1*« tb, $«-
George & I>- S. Dill^nbaok: 20 veals. 150 Ib.
$10; 2> vra!.« ISO Ib. |M: 16. 140 Tb. $» $7^: «■?.
ko'lß. $9 75; 4T. 127 Ib. $»«2H: 9. 140 tb •* !< .V>:
IS, 120 Ib, $3 25; 32. 116 Ib. 59; 2.". mixed, 11l
Ib $7 50- 2i buttermilk?. 127 tt>. $<* 75; 10. 140
Ib. $"« 30.
Nelson McOahe: tM veals. 137 Ib $3 2.'.; 40.
140 Ib. $f> 12«*: 120. 135 Tb. $9: 45. 14S Tb. $ST«,
42 127 Tt>. JSSO; 2S culls. 125 Tb. $7 50; 21
throwouts. 123 IT. $6 50: 14 buttermilks, 183 Ib,
IS 15: 145. 12-". tb. $6 25. „,
Arwir*w Mullen: PA veals. 137 Ib. $0 82^: 53.
127 tb. S!« BO- 221. 12» Ib. ?» 25: 2. 13-"> Tb, SS 25. 3
throwouts. J4O tb, $7; 42, 12S tb, $6; S6 butter
milks. 140 Ib. $6 75.
Jelliffe. XTrlsht < CO.: 91 veals. 145 Tb. $9 50:
3* 143 Tb S9 2S; «1. IS7 Ib. $9: 80. 12ft Tb. $S aO;
2S* cull*. 143 Tt'. S6SO. 34 buttermilks, 155 Tb.
* 6 j?a Curtis & Son: §» veals. 153 Tb. ?3 75: 26.
U<sTb. |»70; 10. 131 Ib. f»B* »1. 13D rb. $« >».» i:
4*. 130 Ib. *9 2\->: 105. 127 tb. $9: 33. 129 Tb.
$887!*: 35. 128 Tb. $»: 51 buttermilk^ 134 Ib.
$(>6O; 79, 124 Tb. $R4O; 72 thIOWOUt?. 133 Tb. $♦>
B. V. Oti» Cr>. : 11« veals. 156 Ib. $U>: 147.
147 Ib, $9574: 68. 130 Ib, §S s>; 3 culls, 183
& Co.: 21 veal*. 157 Tb. *S»SS: 42. ISO
Ib. $» 75: 177. 142 Ib. 50; 42 mixed. 121 Ib. $?:
J V 'san^r*: «4 vtialß. 'lflfl'lb, *»*7V 44. 154 Ib.
fa.^ 1 - 60. 146 Ib. $»75: 3S. 14* Ib. $9 6-'Va: 245.
134 tb f»SO SS. 134 rb. $9 40: 40 thrcwouts. 132
Tf, $7: 20. 127 Tb. $fisO; 2. 120 TT>. $!>-
Tobin & Shannon: 239 veals, 155 Tb. $» .5; . 1 .
135 tb $9 50; 50. 130 tb, $9 2.": S*> throwouts, 133
Tb"s7 : l'>, 14<t tb. tsao. «..„.,.
M.-Pheroon & Co.: «2 veals. 147 Jb S» w>. 14
Virginia. 151 Ib. J»: 13 throwouts.^ 12. tb. $..
Kerns Commission Company: B \irsmia veais.
100 rb. $7 r>o.
SHTEEP AND I-A>rßS — Receipts- for two
days 7S'- cars, or 19,429 head, including i.»'»
cafp for "the market: making, with th» <-ar
h*.lfl over Saturday. so> r en sale. Sheep in
light supply and steady; lambs on th»> nrsi
Ti»avv run "of the season dropped 25c «n best
irrAde*. with others variously qyot^d .-.OS-soc
lower. A few caxa. part.:. lnt» arrivals, wtie
h"ld (iv»r, rommon t» choice sheep sold at
g4C*G per 100 1»; tfulls, $3*53.10: Southern
lamb?. ■ JP»2»«t-$» 7.'.: New York Ptate »nd
Pennsylvania do. W5O«»08©; medium In
, diana "do. Sf.; rullP. ,srt 50: rl)n8-. $««s"•.
Drvc^a mutton stelrtv at 10-Ql3c: fir'+s^d
lambs ea» at 15@lSc; dressed : "arlings. H
** sa^es— Ne-vt«p *■ Co . 27* Virginia limbs,
65 Ib average. $9 75 P e.r 100 Ib: 2-M._fSS Ib.
$!>75- "37 72 Ib $9 75; 234. 72 Ib. *I» ••>: 2'»5,
8 in. $»»: S4T. Cl ib. ■•►TO; 239. Ib.
J.ft7.'.; 3 sheep. M Ib. $4 60;-2«>. 115 lt>. ?»•
■* culls U' $3
" ' Tobin & Shannon: 22* K-najcKr_lamh«, r.7
|K. *3 75: 229 Vir«inU. 7^ 11.. $ '■»• .>. i-;^. _'j '
i^'fiS lb."Vft73": Ib. .jO 7.V 2t". 62'^: 41!.. «4
V*ft fiS IV. V«7.V ?.04. r-,9 ». $r>62'-; 4f... fit
fh %««<>>« ■■'■•2? <^ Ib, 59T.0;242. «4 Ib, *J»S3:
"V 64 lbVs9 25; 2R7/.h Ib. $9 25: -'3.". .1* Ib.
JO P«pn, «A JS, *f>2s: 11 statp. .i« b.
•a " 2 80 Ib. $5 50: 2 Perm .<r»arUn;s. r.o Ib.
SS : '"' .tit- S5 Ib. $7; '.'1 Virginia sbe*p. 115
lbV*sT6:«2fl 107 Ib. J8 2»; 12. LoS »*. $r.: 19.
: 105 Ib $4 7.".. 4. 07 Ib. $4.-o. 8, M Ib Ms M
sta'- • I*7 Ib. t»: 3 culls. 18 Ib. S3: - tucks,
125 Ib $4.
\rrT»h*r«on .<■ Co.: --" "" > st Virsttila
laAbF «ft Ib *?T.V 2*o Virginia. T5Jb ?9 75:
jo* T» Ib >$9T5; 301. «r. lb. $»7--«. >».«. B Ib
$9 70 '"223. 6? Ib. $9 70; 232. 67 lb. ***■>•'
Kt«t.' M Ib $Sr.O; 24 Virginia sheep. 114 lb.
•5W' "* Bt.fi 102 Ib, $4.-W: 3 west Virsinia,
Tor. lb."ss 25; 2 bucks. 160 lb. $4.
a c?ind»r«- 262 Virrlnia ■ lamb?- 07 lb.
cq't- 92S 6l" Ib $9 35: 246.. «3 lb, $9 25; 1«
state "-rib $9: Sl'lb. |S SO: 7 Virginia year-
Jinrt* 04 lb $7 50: S state. "^ 18. $7: 2^
stl!^' sh««p. 112 «b. ?3T5; 13.. JOS lb. $5 50;
!o 10^ ibf $5: 19, 99 Ib. ?4: 7 state cull?.
74" lb. $3 50.
K^ttip i-rtmnHssief) Csmpany •: 254 Vir^ri*
lamb? 70 Tb. r»»a * $9 .5: 231. 64 Ib
t950?233 rt4 lb. $680: 217, #> Tb. $9 50; 23ft. 66
iV ?9 50-' 112. 69 rb. 50; 1«5 ind^na. »>3 Tb.
$9'- 19 culls. 40 TT>. $«SA; 122 Indiana yearlings.
«4*n. 57 12^- -» Virginia. 77 It.. ->•>; 1--.5 Indiana
eheeo 111 Tb" $5 65* m 100 Tb. $4: «. Vtreinia.
!2r?B. S3 7?; 5: UO lb. $5; 19. 106 ft. ?4 »>: 3
ciilU 76 Ib. *3; 11 Indiana bucks. 163 tb. $4. _
Virginia. 135 tb, S* '* \
•^hiPDerj' cwurni— H» Company: 216 Vir?iflta |
lamb« 6.1 tb. $9 62'rz: 243. 64 lb. ?9 5O : 1 year
lfn^J. 74Tb. jSaO: 17 sh-^p. SS tb. 25! 6. 115:
n *Fr«'d I- Krati: 255 Virsinia lambs. .>'» n-. $■.».<"•.
250, «• Tb *9 75 ; B shaep. Ufl Tt-. S3.
b Judd Co. : 4 stAte sh^p. 07 It). $6: I fcW*
leV"rC. $4 30; l vearllr.e. 110 r». $«.
HOGS— Receipts for two days. 44 cars, or
- ««-> h pacl fnclu<rritu 20S for the market. Fe*l
liiT weak. and goori state, heirs sold at SlO per
10 Siies— S" SuSS" * 08. : 17 MIM hag". IP3 Ib
av«ra«». $10 p*r HO Tb: 2 roughs, 270 rb. *!>
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S. Sanders; 20 state ho^s.ZO" Ib. SM>. 1 - '*
4iorb, $4 50. •
Tobti * Shannon: S etat» *2P- 210 tb. $10; 3.
127 Ib. $10: 2 renshs. 360 Ib, tld H». Hk>
SlcFhersoa & Co.: 2 lute hoss. 230 Ib. $10.
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS.
■ .-.,.. June IS- — CATTLC— Rfc*t?t»,
25.000; lO^I.V lower: tteers. $*?25'3»>G3;
cows. *4 no i» s« 30: heif«r». #4 25@?7 25; bulls.
$4 60^5525: calves, $.1 Ss> . Rtookers *a 4
f'»d-r.- 1 4 7". @ s»;'.(>. HOGS — Receipts. 42.000;
13320 c lower; heavy. $»:«#?• 4B; baTch»rs,
$!> 259?r>40: mixed. $D ROoSt> S->: choice -II »•».
$:»4OjSsyso: packing. $•• -,"••• p1«. $> 23
359 40; bulk o? Bftie«. $»Srt#f»4<-» SHEEP—
Receipts, 1S.0OO; steady to 10c higher; lambs
steady to 10c lower, s&eep- $5 15«5515: y«ar
lfu»-s. $Rr,o(g.<7 .v>; lambs. S7 tJO'iJf? S5: syrlas
lahibs. $3 7."»^s<» 75.
Cincinnati. June li. — CATTLE— R*«tot».
158*: steady: fair tr> atooil shippers. $ft4o^
$7 50: common. $2 2A«*i 50. HOGS — Receipt*.
3.143. <»asy juid 10-* - <?r; butchers an<l shipper*.
$9 40^.e» 4.'.;- common. $^750i«45. SH&K>-
Receipts. J.«m: st«ady; f? 50$$4 <v- •»rTT*>«
strong. $435»15.
East Bi:fralo. June 13.— CATTX.E — HeCelpta,
4.7't". fairly aCti . ?ood to choice dry fe<J
steady: others. 1V929C lonrer: prini" «t?er».
2-">'ssß 60: shfpp:n>{. $7®s>. bnfeber-- $.1 SO
«*7 .V>: h»if»rs. $4 .%O«s7 25; ■ <OW». $3 2.".^
$<iSO; bulls. $4 ."* 'at $♦". 50; stockers aad f*ea
•*». *4 ,V»!§rs.% 7.'-; stock h»tfen«. $4«*4 TV;
fresh cows afl«i Bprlng»r». goo>i to eft«4c«».
ctrontr; common, steady to easy. *2«^jrf>.
VEALS — F:e<--ipt!«. 2.fw>l: acttr»» and steady.
$7as9 23. HOGS — Receipts. JS.W«i; ilo* sad
10e2»e lower; heavy. #$» 75^$a5<»; m»»»"d.
$9 7.*»s^r» nr»: Tork^rs. $;»R<»®«10: pfes. *'.«>«
sir. i» ro-icba. Cs©s^ «-*.: »t»jr». $7 Z«£V*:
«lalri»fi. $!>r,»sjsia SKEEP AND L.ASCB3 —
Rece!pt>>. 5.600; slow; yearlings and <>■»*«.
2.V-. lamb* SOc lower: lambs. »#*»».. vwr-
Hnys. $sssS2s; w»th»r». S««»«1-'i: •*«*.
$4 75@55 25; gheep mixed, j:^!* 1 7.\
Kansas City. June IS. — CATTT^E — KJ*c»lpt».
20.000. tncludlnir Ift.OOA »r»afh*rn#: lO^Tne
lower; top. $*» 45; f"outhern«. Jo#2Sr </>«-r.
'!res!"«><l >>e»f and export steers. $7 *<X?s* 4-1:
fair to o/>d. $«V «*«#s7 Western. 9«#iH S*»:
jtocbers and f»«*iers. $4<Ss«*s: Huwtmrtt . $3
S^7«<>: Sonthern cows. *3 25555 &^«: nattr*.
P7.'?ir,s«: heifers. $.VgsS; tnlls. M * *•--
fa!v»3. aS*ss»2«i. nOGS— R^elots. •>•«**: 10
It 13c Ic*r»r: top. $8321,. hutlc of «OM>. $» 2<5
05930; heavy $9 25@5!>r.2H: papers ar.d
bctcher«. >'■ 2--.<3»?9 22 J* : lUht. J^i-4»$»«%:
Pls". $*-7S'Q?f». SHEET' R*c«iD«a». 5-00O;
Steady to -.'.'.c lower; lambs. l»«»*l year
linss. M^s7 .'.ft; we.th»r«. S.'^fA S: •■«■«*.
$4 .V» •£$.-. T&; stocscrrs anfl f*»<i+r*. !?»•♦*».
Plttsbufß. Jun* 13. — CATTT.E^ — fr«pply lair:
chcire. $■? £s<@ Js 50; prime. $^$? 20. SBP»-
Pupply fair; prtn* Tr**T*er«i. M 50IBJI8. 75; diTH
and commffn. $2 r.rt#«a sV); lambß. **a** "*
VFAI. CAX.VE*:. $9^Oaj9 7.*». HC<3?— Mg(iP>
fair; prim' hra-r!»s. $f» KO-. Tr.*^Hnrrt9. J*^7«: hvivy
Yorkers. $r»TS«F»9« Ketrt Terk«r3.if9 S.VBJ» W;
pigs. $»05:.Tt>ushs, Ss'gs3 "'.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
CMcago. Jun» W. — Tjt»-»« prir"* to 8U( tbr
t&e wh<*at --nr^. of t«V» w«r» raaiOo th* *f»*'
r.oon. As If to emphasise by coTJtr&st the >x»r!*h
outlook regarding the exnrTfrtt i'uii. "Story ilrtrv%ry
for 1911 ecore'l an« *Bvaiw »>f "-^- Xa.rs*
yi-1.-l.* and fin* Tr^ty oi n*-w «rh»»t in Tftaaa
were to-^av reco^nliert as so ccrtaia tlr«t Xatr»i»
Cl'y trilled offer*.-! fkwr to •«*• Ataatlc • pea
board at 75r a »>bl b»J<Jwr irtnneapaH* Jjuota
tions. The effect of thl» action tvas TaffiWHl*
on th«* -wheat m«r'«'t 'her**. At th» i"T»« ">» •■»-.»
■wan easy, with tiv» MMi a *# i *- to H»«
under the final fsgui»s of SanarOay Com ftara>.#i
•ie to S'ffHc iio-wn. a=3 «tts.^'g tc. rlwwwi
in th« «nd •were ofr»2*fefftSc. RaH»« of rrlr-«:
Wheat: (Vn. r HiK-". foo£. &».
Dumber... &S!» 6fl^ . So'« . S^>* 8B»fc
T ( j-: orn: B| -« 57N- ; -"5jS SRH
Peptemner.'. »6» ■•« -" ' '» JS "T*
D*c-mber... M , .56 S-'ii »*»^ s**»
Ju^ t8: .... 35*. »% «H'::tes «*h
"Uw.. 34'^ i S S I
December...' «5 S5 34^ 341. .35 H
July*'*!!. ..JI2PS ?t232 fBW ?l2p *-:;£
Septemt*r. 12 I*V 12 25 M 22 2f> 1?»
JtilY . ... li*72 12 97 IS « 12 22 12 «• ,
$ep"tembej. 12 1.". IS ST. SB 12 27 IS «
Tulv * ,XV) 22 X* _C**> t2C!S 22 9ft
tnjir ''"-"**" W 2175 2i 5O 21 TO 21 AJ.
ELGrSSr BUTTER MARKET. ...V:;
Elrin. — BUTTER — Ftna. -"'-■ ourrst,
BSf>.4oO Tb. . ?»i -i • ";■;
FOREIGN MARK-ETS.
Tjr»rpool. June — •WIJE»T— Spot SUOzzS^
9 red We*teni winter, no stock. futar^a st«»d> .
July 6s« 4iid: October. «i 5"» d; December Tiosj!
ral ' CORN — Ppot earr- oW Am^rt^an Tfil««4. 3a
4d- new kiln dri*i. 43 tl^-d: d» via O^v«^ar.
5s 3d- futures dull: .TuJy nominal: _^epternb*r
4s 4*«i'il — i""ana«Vi»n. 7« fl/VTTt —
pauntsi 28a «<1 HOPS? — In T»mi"n. P»«*r-
Coast £3 15s'S-t4 I,'jS. BEEF— £itra India jre^s.
l 7s «d. PORK— Prtir* mf». Western, H*s 9d.
HAMS-Short • cot. 775. BACOX— enifceTlana
cut. 7C«« 6d: *=h*>n rib. 7Ca «: clear *«UiM. *->*
Sd ions clear mVldles. UsbX tai heavr. .Is *y.
short oWr bbckE^ 6fs *>: sc.o.ilders. *4«Vt. *•'•
*i. TJiRIV- Prim© W««#m, ri»ro<»«.- «■ . Am»rt
ran refined. pai!3. KU « * CHEESE-Oanadiin
flnest wMte and -olore-1. r*»w 5.-« «B; «M». cia.
B^Mj coior^ (Mi TAUOW-f>rta» 'i"
jitcK-k; Australian in Lonion. Sjp. TuRFE>-
TIN-E— Spirits. 43s «*^ ftOSlX— rWsep. 1^
10 J *d- FETROT^EXnn— Reffintd. T*r*— «>--EEp
011 l 3«i - '- ! . COTTONSEED Oll^Han reflre-i.
spot. 27s M. ; O
Lon.lon. June IS.-PVQAK-Ra^v een^^jal.
14= fi.i : muscoradc. 12a W: beet. Jar?. l»s *i*to.
LJNSKED— Cfclentta. .lun«-Julr. •*** -*±i L s£.'
SEED -OH 33.- 2*»<J S?ER\OIU £S2 *^
TRr.LKT-M- Ameri^n rtflnM, s^d. «P*j!*
TVRPENTOfE — Spirits. 4fts _»**d. Kt/t-ii> ■
American If ■!■■■. Us; fina, 13s •*
Antwerp. June ItTOTMt 19 Iranct
50 cesttaea. J
— ■ ;. >?:•.
CHICAGO STOCKS,
(Furnished >•• Curtis * Sanser. n- ■ tTan
Stre*' •
Op»a..HlSi. ~Ur* CJ9ee
95 do pref o** 71 „ ZQ\ 71
'-.. »n T-l &• Te1.....134?k-.ilS4^- IS4 W*
1 "Booth Fish pref- 61 ■ -«1 «1
132 iBdtoon 114 H4<« 114 114-*
50 Corn Products ... 15 IS 15 "1»
20 Chic Till* & Tr..l*B t«« 145 1*
2S Chic THHipy. .-ll>'i » 31* 11* 11©
150 Pneumatic Tool.. .£» 3&J Jft S3J4
to Diamond Match... J»*» . S» l m 3«.t, «§-»
Illinois Brick iB Js's 3% 3*
lOoMcCrum-Hffwell... W^ 65^ ! »
40 Nat Biscuit fIM JW..IOH X*?
40* d^ and t«**> int 122 |*m»
it? v P e>v' ■.'.". ■.".".^i"0 mM ii"o ni'i
RsFeople-s Gas IC3U 105 l«S*i I **\,
426 Swift *CO 104 104»i 104 lO4'l
27 Sears . 1--5 155 1?5 155
1070 T-nfre^ Boxb<»rd. . * x i «H ■ g|
'M> U S Slm9 — " 77^i •"I ».'*
86MMI
$£ocochic ,• n:-s lat ss. ioi Mt« 101 lg%
sloOOChte Rv« Ist ss. . 9S* M »>»* fij
6 00f>Met El-tTITPa 4S. - *"i - «'• -. j "•
2.Q00X "^-' Elevated 4s. SH M -»4 _9«
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