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COTTON SQUEEZE RELWES
gull Campaign ' Ends — Leaders'
prttfts Upward of $10,000,000.
GUST CLOSES AT 18 CENTS
pemand Drops Abruptly, Show
ing- Shorts Had Covered All
of Their Contracts.
,-j, er wore no pyrotechnics to Tn.ark the
,c*a ci the 1919 "''■'■'■■ MMOn. which closed
EL the maturity of the Ai:t".:st option j
g{ ' s ocn yrsterday. The final price of Au
_. cotton, which on Monday soared the
-Oft spectacular advance in th© . I tory
. jj-.p local Cotton Exchange. jv.niplnß
jjipoir/.s to .20 cents a jw>und, the highest
~ -, tf-'-ioh^d In this market since 1573. in
[ly-five minutes, was IS cents a pound.
t jjef -• two cents a pound, or $10 a bale
•^ci tlie high record of Monday and Tues
pt trade had been expecting a further
(jaerr-o of the shorts before the August '
~- was closed, but there was absolutely I
5, exriiement in yesterday's trading in th*?
jp-Jcn. s«£ the volume of business was ;
H^eiir.gly light, showing that th© bears j
Hi covered practically all of their short •
ftr'-p: 15 during the two previous sessions, j
jj^-e b^ir.p no demand for August, it fell ,
gv-urtly yesterday, opening at 15.90 c^nts.
pjjoiats* or $2 50 a bale, oft! from Tuesday's '
h and (subsequently" dropping to IS |
,<;•- f-t which flgrure. as already stated,
Steal trad^ for August delivery, which
Eifo the last trade in the old crop
j«r. «ra« made.
The :p:0 bull cempaign was the most sue- j
efff'-." ■ the history of the New York '
;■■ - Exchange, and II is estimated that
tie btOl leaders, V\*. P. Brown. Prank B.
jj»-- . I>jgene G. Scales and James A. Pat- j
■r V.-°»" as the "Big Four," cleaned up
jefcweea PMsIW and B2,tKljsW in their
jlay. July and August deals, having suc
cjeded in practically cornering the market
I to<®e options. Patten was not active in
<Ct last two months, having retired after '
Ir ar-d the other bull leaders had been to
t" ■ by the federal government in con
r-tlon with their operations in May cot
%l, but he is credited with having made
i*-eral millions through his transactions
t That month. It baa not, however, been j
C plain sailing for the bulls. In January
|p bears made a savage raid on the mar
■L which lorced prices down $15 a bale,
rd for a while the bulls were on the run
M i *•-■ -. paper '■-.-■> estimated at sev
fi.; millions. They made all this up and
s>re, however, by their successful op^-ra
!■» In the May, July and August op-
Sns.
h is estimated that the ball forces have
t hand close to MMol bales of cotton,
Cich will have to be carried over into
M new crop months. This, of course, will
■ j available Ear delivery in September.
14 ober or any other time at which they
Isfy choose nt tender it. if sold. Inasmuch
I the bull clique is understood to have
fc-ome heavily committed to the September
fi.'-r. the impression in the trade is that
l» 'cotton now on hand will be held back
(the bull leaders until they can get what
My regard as a jfood price for it- The
at chat the new crop 1b about two weeks
V and that consequents- not a great
ft! of it is likely to come Into the market
til The latter half of September, oper
m- in the bulls' favor In disposing of
feir present holdings at a good profit.
BOWS CITY DIRECTORY FOR 1911.
*".-.? general directory for Manhattan and
fee Bronx for the year ended August 1.
C has been issued by the Trow Directory,
HztLns; and Bookbinding Company, of No.
I DMK M street. It contains approxi
sxtly Eli,«o names, an Increase of about
l«r.een thousar.d over the number con
tied in the directory for last year- If the
t: of names in the directory for 1900 to
If number of inhabitants shown by me
Cited States census for that fear holds
M for the present year, there are about
... „ persons living in the two boroughs.
I current volume, which is the 124 th an
ai direcijorv issued by the Trow com
cy, has been placed OH pale at $12.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Th© petitions hi bankruptcy filed yester
iv In the United States District Court
i re sjb follows:
avoluntarv petition against Samuel He
ire a£ Baßaana: cloaks and suits at Xo. 71
•s:v aattUaa r r-*""* Bamoel He
■ d bmJkt "f doaks and writs at No. .1
fet Broadway, by the Hold«=n-Leonard
mpanv and two other creditors, with
Jircs or goods sold and delivered at-gre
■ng j:." r -'i Preferential payments made
C '„ insolvent are alleged in the petition.
Ij^'" ■..,... ad the assets aro
iu*-d at }6.t»0. ■■
fudge Hough has appointt-d A. Palmer as
(bed al S*-ranno Manfr^donia. , dealer
.-.. . | . - ted A I'alm^r as
■ ■ ... • ■:-•:• la. dealer
Twines and liquors at No. --' 7 First a.ve
fe. wiih a bond of fc-00. The asteis are
Sued at 51,<»i.
E B Root has been appointed as receiver
r the Goodall ■■■•.. Works. at
i 306 Cerjfe •.•-■■.! bond of Sl.'vi.
i 4 machinery and fixtures, according to
o " AjntricAn" Can Company, on* of the
-di-ors are worth 11.00 and the stocK.
counts. di«rs and other property amount
Judge Hough has appointed C L. Gr^en
01 is receiver for the Berliner Cloak
™^any which manufactur-s cloaks ana
±ts at No 4& Division street and has a
-{ail at No ,-.. Third avenue, with
bond cf $:/••). There was a fire in the
ivisior. Etrect factory en Augut-t -'■■ by
hlcb the bankrupts. Abraham Berliner
id Hj'iTian Lamport, claim the books of
c partnership, ■■■- outstanding ac
ronts :o the amount of ;. -• . »-ere lost.
Y.f- place was insured. : _
Edward S. Devcreax. of No. IE» Top
iing avenue Th*- Bronx, in a voluntary
»-f-:4 UaUUties of $5,120. onse
ured with no assets. He owes Ad«le J.
Bryan o f X"o 471 Gramatan • ■■•■•- Mount
remon X V 5^ 950 on a demand note;
be estate of L'-uis" V. Bone. ©1 No «|J£«*
Sti --r^.- r's-« and William H. KTilte.
f No. 2SI Fifth avenue. 5120 for money
Involuntary petition against the Robin
on Economy Brak^ Shoe Company, a
*!a:r:e corporation, with offices at No. 2
ector street, by Mx-rriman «fc go^Ejf*
"hartei N'eUson and Joseph B. Roberta.
Ith cifcime for l^al £er\-ices. money ad
aaced and on a tract a«gi gating «•.-
S. '.<smicEion of insolvency is alleged in
.. r*-ition The petitioning creditors say
■a? ih« corporation has as ... -i a
n~r:i of uncertain value. . .
Heary Osterman has been appointed as
eoehrer for the Empire, Hat Wonts, at No.
0 v.v-r Mth street a bond of SLSOO.
b« assets consist of stock and machinery
on}- II WQ fend accounts aggregating 52/iCJ.
4-.yard"c." Erennan. or.c of th^ petitioning
editors that Simon May. v.ho :$.
indent had full charge of the affairs of
*c.,r;.., ra -ion. ha- left for parts unknown
sfl that the dlrectora are hopelessly at
Hf with Mr May .... . to take
js+^.si'.n of th- i.at making P'*"*- „ M
John Zeto. contractor, of No. &*£*?-
Wibe P.0.-.d Tn* Bronx, in a voluntary
4tt£*rf£a lUWUU« of nW3BW. with
•eta of rr r €S« Included in t-^" assets is
*i^" f'-r ri4 s""> du<- the bankrupt as a
ir-f ;irtner wHh James De Uj*.l«g|
1-ii the Cosmos P.-altv Company, of No^
lfe£saa «re,-t. for the con.J ruction, of

• ■
■ •■■ ■ ' ■ • ■ ■
-
*m. in Webster avenue, against John and
Spoon Avallone. , ■ ■■ -. | ' _ rf> .
fe ivatson hax teen appointed as r^ ;
*W for Rudvli.h Noel & Co. ■ at .No 3^
:«Men Laae. with a bond of s*^-
»*ts oonsiS r,f valued at Jo.0"0 and
SLSSfacoounS and other m^rchan
g amounting to J4//X). Igßate Neben
il. c n^ of the creditors asking for t«
; *oiriti rr ii < .n:. n : of a receiver to lake over *.££
3S of the firm, stated that B«f^g
>1. ih* senior m-mber. i- in <-Wtapo
f« It trying to diapoae of a large amount
which he has with him
« h also trying to ... ame of th«
*-«tan4;riK arrounts. Neb^nzahl sta^*
Sft Rudolph Noe! h :J « reftwed t«
tt« h^ rfc to Ftraijrhten out the affairs or
MeaSeTirf Hehry Merit*, retanWodiier
ag^tg ar* stock valued at Ji..-;0.
S»e« and f»-wing machines worth *?%*>;
r'-h M ,-re sold by ••■■•• for SL^j
/tt cue. M9BS2: unliquidated claims Ji.-
life in*.urarice polices valued at
*>■ The bankrupt says Sol W loo -...'] f
.-'h avenue and 24th reel has an unllri
**4 claim of 5C7.1/O against him on a
of the Broadway .-tore, and that he
** Alfred Docket & Cohn. of No. -j'
M-^r. . «r*it. Chicago. $5,220 for goods
« fc&d delivered. The Washington Cloth
s»«air. of No. 10 Ahtor Place, is a crfca
*r to Ib« amount of U(U€7. I
PEARSON OFF FOR LONDON
Says More Patriotism and Less
Politics Are Needed Here.
Dr. F. S. Pearson, head of the so-called
Pears=on-Farquhar syndicate which lnpt
month transferred its accumulated holdings
of Hock Island. Missouri Fa.-inc. Lehigh
Valley and other railroad stocks to an in
ternational syndicate headed by Kuhn,
Loaa & Co.. sailed for London yesterday
on the Mauretania. All Dr. Pearson would
say of the syndicate matter was that the
arrangement under which the Kuhn. Loch
syndicate took over the holdings of him
self and associates was an amicable one
In which all partial interested were in en
tire accord.
The whole matter of the agreement under
which these holdings were transferred, he
added, had been greatly exaggerated both in
London and here. Neither he nor Mr. Far
quhar bad any transcontinental ambitions,
he declared, and had never contemplated
linking the various railroads in which they
were interested into an ocean-to-ocean sys
tem, as had been reported.
Dr. Pearson criticised American states
manship, which, he said, in his opinion, ran
too much to politics and too little to
patriotism.
"Your men in power are politicians mi
i stead of patriots, as I see them." he said.
"They expend too much energy In planning
! for the control of office to look as they
j should to the welfare of the people. Theo
j dore Roosevelt, to my mind, is one of the
j ablest men of to-day, but he has some
j what impaired his usefulness by going in
too strongly for politics. Had he devoted
his powers, for instance, to some laudable
undertaking, like the curtailment of arma
ment, be would have gone down in history
as one of the world's greatest men."
Dr. Pearson was more optimistic, how
ever, as regards the business and crop out
look in the country. The corn crop, he
said, would be unusually large and condi
tions in general seemed to be looking up.
Dr. Pearson, who is largely interested in
| public utilities corporations in Mexico and
South America having a capitalization of
more than 5200,<V>0,000, intends to spend
most of the winter in London, where his
enterprises are financed.
MORE ROADS TO RETRENCH
Union and Southern Pacific's Expenses
Grow Too Fast.
Both the Union and Southern Pacific
roads, according to reports in railroad cir
cles yesterday, are planning heavy re
trenchments as a result of the large in
crease in operating expenses in July. In the
case of the Union Pacific these amounted
to nearly $900,000 more than in June, while
the Southern Pacific's operating expenses
for July were nearly (300,400 greater than in
the preceding- month.
The managements of the two roads, it is
taid. consider that the operating expenses
have been gTowing entirely too fast, and
pnrp< se taking drastic measures to bring
abo'.:t an improvement in this respect.
Nothing official could he learned in regard
to : . - reported retrenchment, but it was
said in well informed quarters that im
mediate steps in that direction were con
templated.
The Northern Pacific and the Atchison
■ "ready effected retrenchments by cut
ting down the working forces on their sys
tems, and it has been expected that the
other roaxis would have to follow suit, a
result largely o:' having to pay increased
wages without any coi responding incrc-iise
in freight rates.
AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE REPORT
The American Locomotive Company re
ports for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1910.
j gross earnings of i32,203,5?2. an increase of
! CUUM.7SB over the preceding twelve months.
I Detailed earnings, with comparisons, fol
low:
1910 1«» 190 S.
Gross earnings.. ----- ''- $19,008,634 537.4 M.417
Expenses t2MNt»«tB 17.665.862 J2.4'J..Q-'i
Net earnings- 12.597.949 $1.342. .-,72 H,S«.;»
Charges. 513.191 355.532 «f10.0*2
Borstal J.-iV- |987.1» $4,528,748
Pld dividends.. 1.75P.WJ 1.730.W0
Surplus fJWLWB »7«2.8«1 52.77f1.743
Com. dividends. — 1. -.*».< mo
Surrlus $334.7^S J*762.861 *}**•%*
Bern for rer>!ac. ; ______
Sur plu B $334,75* }$762.5f>l 51.026.74S
~~^7ual to L 34 per cent earned on J25.000000
common stock, tlndndes manufacturing, main-
: tenance and administration expenses and de-
I ■ .-.••.. ;!'• licit.
I %V H Marshall, president of the com
pany in his rep to stockholders says, in
Srt:' -During the first half of the. fiscal
year there was but slight Increase in the
mo«thlv* output as compared with that of
i^ceding year of depression, the re
vival in plant activities being confined to
'he six months ended June 30. 1910. About
the time of this resumption in activity the
agitation throughout the country t or in
created wages spread to the company's
plants, and In common with otner inau^t M
a nd railroad companies made substantial
increases in wages of shop employes. As
a la-Be part of the output for the y. r
Sadbeen sold at prices which di i not
anticipate the extent of suoh labor In
creases* ther* was a resultant decrease in
the marprtn of prorit. The company has
lllnx on its plants during the year ;.JfflMoß
of the extraordinary additions and better
ment fund, leaving a balance in that fund
S SGS97BS At the beplnninp ol the i'.bcal
yea? the company had unfilled orders on Its
f,ooks amounting to SW^v*?* 3 on Jul>
i i<Jin the amount was $n,oo«.',<*w.
President Marshall says that to m««t the
constantly increasing demand for ™ «^
™ ' "V k and a five-ton truck lias iKen
J°v,.lJp^' and will I- Put on th« market
"-T^r^orfcS'^n.ion t, ihe «.m««
\™ The company also spent on Its plants
fund on June 30 last of $689.7®.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
a „, L , '.1 Consols closed V h lower
Ma?£& for money. and for account 1-16
cL&n^c^r^en^^ lower at
f^S^iS^^i^^ rates
were quit* -J^X' t tn< , Rank of Enplajid
S3SWg
ffi not generally ex-
P ttleaien< on the Stock Exchange
concluded v,lthout trouii W The mar;
ketH «^r^ irregular dimnK^ ne n^
!S* SSSSSfISd SSt md Kafiirs and
1"^ and for,i«n jails stea^.
American • s " rU . ri!l^..,? nn g n the forenoon
ass sarss« sffffl^sg ss
Pacific -^^SXn^Sff^SiWin and
l o^q W.|l Street buying, and
the market closed dull but Cfint;
■ ail money In I - ondon -, i '-/; lio/t bills ;
open market m Ln^tM« 3 3 3-10
eagles. 76s 5Vi<J.
a,,,, n Three per f-ni i«-n»»p
purlin. A.m. 21--Prices were firm on the
Boer**- to-day.
FOREIGN TRADE FIGURES.
world f'n • J , UJ i 1 ,,5 have iuet been com
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER- 1. 1910.
for the month were about J5.000.000 larger
than during July of last year, the monthly
imports from and exports to Europe show
some decreases. The trade with North and
bouth America. Asia and Oceania shows
satisfactory increases both on the import
and export sides. For the seven months'
period ended July considerable gains over
last year figures are shown by th« Im
ports from the principal countries except
ranee, Italy, British India. Japan and
particularly Brazil.
The decline in Imports from Brazil Is due
to the smaller receipts during the present
year of Brazilian coffee, which were par
ticularly heavy during the early part of
J*" 1 ?. The large gain in the imports from
Cuba during the seven months' period of
the present year is due primarily to the
larger receipts of higher priced sugar from
that island. Exports in the seven months'
period to the leading Asiatic and European
countries, except Germany and Russia,
were smaller than a year ago. but those to
leading American countries made consider
able gains. The decrease of exports to
Europe is accounted for mainly by the
smaller quantity of foodstuffs snipped to
| those countries and the decline of exports
to China is due chiefly to the reduced ex
port? of cotton cloth to that country.
Our total exports to Japan, notwithstand
ing the increases under many heads, show
a slight decline for the period under con
sideration, because of the large decrease in
the Japanese takings of our raw cotton.
The value of our exports to China during
the seven months of the present year was
more than 30 per cent larger than in the
corresponding period of 1909.

SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
The following securities were sold yester
day at auction at the exchange salesroom
by Adrian H. Miller & Son:
For account of ■whom it may concern.
Of* shares People's Surety Company 122
10 shares Auxiliary- Fire Alarm Company of
Philadelphia; per share $1
X shares Northern Bank of New York 100
ATCHISON.
The income account of the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe- Railway Company for
the year ended June 30. SlO, compares as
follows:
IPIO. 1009. 1&08 -^,
Gross Income. .$104,903,194 $»4.26f>,71G $90,617,706
Other Income... 2..V>0,034 1.1C5.375 871.974
Tota! incomeslo7.s-»3.24S $05,424,091 $91.2*3.770
Ex., tax. & int. 73,768.237 61.458,010 65.031,582
Net eerriinsr».s3B.77.VOn $33,066,072 $2f1.258.188
Fixed charges.. 13.349.225 13.546.082 12.579.802
Surplus J20.425.756 $20,417,900 $13,078,889
Pref. dive 5.705.690 5.705.690 5.708.600
Balance $14,717,096 514.70f1.G00 $7,070,196
Com. dive 0,<;45.030 M52,.\ .0 5.602.607
Balance $5,069,066 $8,656,790 $2,307,589
Betterment 703.21S 0.155.230 421.700
Surplus ■ ... $4,865,848 $888,530 $l,8?5.880
Prey. eurpl-us... 18.521.250 20.352.6C5 20.066.874
Total Bwrp!ttß.s».lß7.o9B $20.7G1.355 $21,952,754
Profit and loss adjustmfnt— 1910. lf*>o.
Exp. and disc on bonds... ..• - - $1,487,500
Grade rev. abandoned line. 541.
Premium on bonds 501 d... $1,066,030 — —
Miscell. deductions <cr-<sit> '22.223 99.253
Total p. and 1. adjustment +1,044.707 1.990.133
Profit and loss surplus 24.231.505 15.821,230
•Debit. tCredlt. _
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Beported by Clinton Gilbert, No. 2 Wall street.)
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Alliance Ry. 120 125 Law TI & T 250 2«0
Am Surety. 205 215 Lincoln — 140 145
Aftnr ' 340 556 L. "'! I. &T. SOS 315
Bankers' ... — 650 Manhattan... 375 400
B«• M G . 240 250 Mercantile... 700 740
Broadway - 145 100 Metropolitan. — 835
Brooklyn .- 400 42? Mtge Bond.. 110 116
Carnegie .. 110 120 Mutual 130 —
Cas Co of A 125 140 Mut Alliance — 132^4
Central ... 000 1010 Nassau — IMS
City Invest. 60 70 Nat Surety. . 250 260
do t-ref... 105 115 'NY LI & T.llOO 1120
Citizens' ... 140 145 NYM &S. 195 205
Columbia . . 2*o — NY Trust... 640 655
Com'wf-alth. 150 — Peoples 300 —
Commercial. 120 — Qu Co Mt^. 110 —
Empire Tr. 300 810 Queens C 0... 115 —
Eoultabl* .. 455 465 ! Realty Asso. 110 115
FL*• T 1670 1700 I Savoy 00 105
Flat hush ... 200 210 Standard ... 400 410
Franklin ... 220 230 I Title G& T. 490 500
Fulton 290 — TI Of NY.. 140 150
Fidelity 200 210 Tr Co of Am 320 —
Guaranty .. SOO 815 ! Union 1300 1350
Guardian .. — 175 Un States. . .1100 1210
Hamilton . . 270 280 !r S Cas 215 —
Home Trust. — 115 Ir S M AT.. 4<v> 470
Hud Realty. 110 — USIO4I. 110 120
Hudson Tr. 170 180 Van Norden. — 230
lint Flip Cor 110 ' — iTYaFhlnKt-n. . 375 —
i Kings C 0... 505 — i TVestchester.. 150 —
1 Knickerbock 200 800 \V & T& M 160 170
Law Mtg... 230 240 ! Windsor 120 130
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnished by J. Thomas Itelnhardt. No. 39
Broad street. New York, and No. 64 Dev
onshire street. Boston.)
High. Low. Last.
Acme 6 6 6
Ahmeek I*s 185 185
Amal Nevada Mines ...14 13^ 13H
Arizona and Michigan.. 25 10 IB
Am Mining & Develop.. 1% 1 1*»
Arizpe Rights 08 80 08
Bay State Gas 34 33 84
Bohemia - «*» 6 6H
Boston Ely !>' i'% 1H
Cactus Copper 1 '■» 1%. 1J«
C&lavenui • lo%i 10% 10*
Calum^t-Corbin 50 60 60
Champion CH 5 54
Chino I* I ** 14H 14*4
Cortez Mines 2 2 2
Dominion Syndicate .... io«4 10S 10H
Coldfleld Con 8H 88 1 * PA
Hum^l<Jt Smelting 1% 1 lVi
Inspiration 1 * ft«i 8%
Laramie H P A P 05 05 96
La Rom 3H 3f« 3f»
Massachusetts Coal 24 22 24
McKinley-Darragh 1 iV lrV liV
Mollie Gibson 2S S» 2S
Majestic 30 50 50
National Minim? Explor. 14 11 12
New Baltic R** *>H 5J*
Nevada Douglas 2*2 * 2 2%
Rhode Island Coal 7'» 7V4 7M:
South Lake OH 8% 9
Vulture »% » l A 0*
COBALT STOCKS.
(Furnished by Warren. Gzowskl & Co.. No. 32
Broad street.)
Bid. Asked. I Bld.Asked.
Amalgamate 84 4 La Rose 395 405
Baile? ... "* P j Little Nlpi«s. 19% 10\4
Beaver Cons 80% 80% McKtnlev ...HX> 102
Bitr Six 1H 33 1 * Nancy Helen. 4 6
Buffalo .'.'.--200 285 | Klpiaaing . . 10«2 1000
Chamb-Ferl 20 l S 21 1 4 Nova Scotia.. 20 SO
Cof Cobalt. »Vi 30 Ophir 35 88,.
Cobalt Cent. « 9 Otisse 8 3*
C<^^alt Lake. 17^i 17^! Peterson L. 24Vi 25
rvnio«a« .410 4^5 j Right of Way 25 21
Crown Res. 2B4 2*6 I Rochester ... 17 18
Poster 13 I 4 ' Silver Leaf . . 6* 0740 7 4
GifT-rd '.'..1. r>L » Silver Bar... 1 * 6H
Ot Northern Hi » 1 Silver Queen. 81,8 1 , 12
Green Meeh., 3 6 , Ternlskamlng. 7f' 1 - 3 80
HarKraves..'27 20 ! Tr*thow»y ..134 136
Hudson Bay s""> 105 Watts 2 10
John Black.'. 2 8 Wettlaufer. . . 72Vi 74
Kerr Lake. .62o 630 I
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid Asked. j Bid. Asked
Am L & T..254 283 » U Ga« 55.. OS 101
A do pref .101 104 •NT&ERSS.IOO 103
•B'lnK G 55.. 08 — I 'do ronh.. 65 100
•r ■ 1V G r.« .90 101 Pat & V G... 85 90
Denver Gas. lV) 160 •PCOIj.. M 90
do 53 •8 R »1 Standard .... 40 —
do P i 6»..100 — I do pref 60 —
.v f . Ist c 63.101 104 «Ft J Gas ss . 00 »3
iPd Gas ..IS 18 j'StPO c m 65.108 107
•Jack G*, . M 05 SL & T Bs.. 87 92
•X C G 55.. 07 100 St P Gas 6a.. 06 08
• on, Ist to. 102 — fyra G latla. 98 101
Mutual 150 160 SLt&PSs..7O 74
•And Interest.
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
rF"urni6hed by Williams. McConnell & Coleman.
No. 60 Wall street.)
Bid. Asked.
Am UKht & Traction 284 288
do preferred 101 1»4
A m Gas A Electric 44 46
do preferred 3» 41
D«m^&" 160 170
do general 5s M 02
Empire District Electrlo 33 3^
do preferred 70 <o
do honds •- — '"
. i-./.i n * Electric . . ■ - » 22 ,
I-a^ifir Ga* 4 Electric V «g* M»
do referred * ° 4 b i
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
fFurnished by Swan went & Appenzellar. No. 40
ir Pine etrert.)
Approx.
Nflrne Maturity. Bid. Ask. yield.
A.'n Cl«ar 4 p <-. Mrh Ifi. 1911... »' '» !' !|i *k B-W
'„ jpc Mrh 18. Wl2 »-% M •'-•■■
it * Ohio 4 P r. Mfh 10, ir<ll »% ioi> 4 - i()
•'.', t- pc. Jani. 19U. - . WK W% ■"•"
„ ;, Ste*l Corp '! Vc, Nov. 1914 B9 »6% 1.2')
X!• A'i SDC M.I IS. 101. H. . 98% 004, 6.35
iM n it &V Ry » pc. July, 1013 07V. »7%. 610
n CO* fit b8 pc.Juwmi.WW 100J4 4.K0
i, v He^pts *H PC July. l«2i «»« i'>«'^ 443
-r£ It R«P C? April B. 1911: . 004 100 6.10
r«n itubber 41 .P c July 1915. '.'■< 04 0.00
S o"k * Tex 5 ? c.' A..?! HOI . . 08* «XT« «00
XVK V '^H^'" rT.'" P ."-4 75^5^ basis
"■■'■-■ ■,X;- ; 1,, » S?2 Si. »
Southern Ry 8• p J«M, ■ 913 89* 100 ■1"
,' ,;\ m .:r-. aj.^. lftiaws 100 6.00
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Thfl following shows yesterday's closing
nuomtlon, for government bonds com
r.nrtd with Tuesday's:
Hid. At-k*-'). 111-l. Aak«d
„ . o, rex 1030 101 1«>1 H 1"1 I°!'^
. | C wp«, 1H30 ...]«•! 101* JOl 101*
iI S S?M^ 102% 101% 102%
• S -, n 1918 i"l s i l"-^» 1( "^ l<r -'^
H- I tJ; coupon' 5ii25... 113 M 115% mH 116%
Panama '29.2 9 . re*.. iW-jfc'J ~ $} -
I'unama 2s. reg.. lU3B. — iul
AMERICAN EXPRESS.
- The American Express Company reports
as follows: -;■■■--.
_ Month of May— 1010. 1909. Increase.
Tl. rets fr. op.. $3.2«2.400 $2,818,711 $443,604
Ex. prlv. debit. 1.465,161 l.Soß.efl» 166.163
Tl. op. revs.. $1,787,243 *1,r>0&,712 $287,531
Tl. oper. expen. 1.460.869 1,270.072 201.797
Net oper. rev. $316,373 $230,639 $85,734
T **es 26.163 21.513 4.640
Oper. Income. $290,220 $200,128 $81,003
July 1 to May 31 —
Tl. rets. fr. 0p.. 533,140,199 $20,148,318 $3.001. 8.«0
Ex. priv. debit. 15,120,132 13.322,321 1,797.810
Tl. op. revs. .$18,020,067 $15,825,006 $2,194,070
Tl. oper. eipen. 15.396.356 13.816.885 ' 1.578.470
Net oper. rev. $2,624,711 $2,000,111 $615,599
Taxes 260,588 165.643 103,045
Oper. Income. $2,855,122 $1.843.468 $511,654
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
DETROIT, TOLEDO 4 IRONTON.
1910. 1000. 1008.
8d Wk in Aug.. $39,300 $30,127 $33,165
July 1-Aug. 21.. 302.430 235. 212.763
ALABAMA GREAT SOUTHERN.
Mileage 30041 309.41 809.41
i Gross earnings.. $358,363 $279,875 $203,623
Js*p. and taxea.. 277.404 220.062 225.033
Net earning.. $75,959 $(19,793 $«8.555
CINCINNATI. N. O. & TEXAS PACIFIC.
Month of July —
Mileage 337 337 837
Cross earnings.. $743,154 $662,013 $633, J«l
1 Bxp. and taxes.. 471. 442.204 446.437 j
Net earnings.. $271,946 $210,809 $186,744
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA.
Month of July —
Mileage 305 395 -395
Gross earnings.. $191,991 $169,501 $139,061
Exp. and taxes.. 160.401 .155.035 D 4.810
Net earnings.. $31,690 $88,119 $25,161
GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM.
Month of July —
Gross earnings.. $2,565,060 $2,747,724 $2,547,567
Expenses 1.826.650 2.004,526 1.806,804
Net earnings.. $789,310 $743,198 $740,763
LONDON UNDERGROUND.
(London United Tramways.)
Wk of Aug. 27. £6.--44. £8.883 £62
Jan. 1-Aug. 27.. 217.601 205.260 9.841
(Metropolitan District.)
ittt^S-Jt &8& ASS JS\
(Tube*.)
Wk of Aug. 27. £10,435 &0.%» *'r^
! Jan l-Aug. 27.. 436.010 430.200 0.610
•Deere as«v
BINGHAMTON RAILWAY.
1910. 1909. 1908. .
Grlrelr n n.^. JUly s3^.l8 t $331777 $310,827
Oper. expenses. 200.253 193.517 180.644
Net earnings."~sUßTo32 $138,259 *lfo.l^
Interest ....T.. $02,829 $02,422 $R8.542 :
Taxes 15.608 15.125 11.871
Surplus $40504 $30,710 $29,469
HAVANA ELECTRIC.
1910. 1009. 1908.
Wk. end. Aug. 28 $42,547 *35.650 $32.4X">
Jan. 1-Aug 28. 1.4U.318 1.816.068 1.262.522
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
3d week In Au ? . $349,723 $325,077
July 1-Aug. 21. 2.586.951 2.359.966
CANADIAN PACIFIC.
Gro Inte^nin^srsß.B6o.2l4I nt e^nin^srsB.B6o.2l4 17.140.029 $6,292,880
Expenses . 5.384.594 4,900.159 4.018,307
Net earning*. 53.454.620 $2,479,870 $2,274,573
COLORADO & SOUTHERN.
Gro I ° s nt rn?n U K $1,343,247 $1.279-?J« $1.240-3J4
Exp. and taxes 1.004.147 867.709 700.436
Net earnings. $330,100 $412,100 H4».588
Other income?.. 8.158 17,682 26-279
Total income. $347,258 $429,681 $467,217
Charges 212.493 221,713 214.188
Surplus $1347765 $207,967 $253.0C9
MOBILE & OHIO.
Month of July —
Number of miles 1.114 1.^4 „*•"*
Gross earnings. $837,181 *J?3.5«6 $;27.1«6
Fxp- and taxes 671.762 663.380 555.554
Net earnings. $165,419 $220,186 $188,582
SOUTHERN PACIFIC,
Month of July
Number of miles 9,830 9.719 0.5<0
Gross earnings. sll,2ls,272 $10,814,660 $0..20,4^6
Expenses ... . 6,052.136 6.467,935 5.750.042
Net earnings. $4,263,136 $4,346,634 $3,970,464
TaX ». s . . 365.675 347.181 828,764
Net Income.. $3,807,461 $3,099.4:.3 $3.641,
UNION PACIFIC.
Month of July—
Number of miles 6.407 6.145 6.020
Gross earnings. $7,916,655 $7,534,854 $6,749,684
I Expenses ... . 4.205,739 5.478.923 3.188.3!>5
Net earnings. $3,650,016 $4,055,931 $3,561.2^9
Taxes 265.718 240,815 107,015
Net income.. $3,386,198 $3,815,116 $3,363,374
ERIE RAILROAD.
Month of July— 1010. 1909.
Gross revenue $4.87*258 $4,279,540
Oper. exp. and taxes 3.287, 3.161.
Operating income $1,387,408 $1,117,656
NEW YORK. SUSQUBHANNA & WESTERN.
(Including the Wllkes-Barre & Eastern.it
Gross revenue $294,804 $244,508
Oper. expenses and taxes. 215,076 176.i>rt
Operating Income $79,727 $68,853
PENNSYLVANIA.
PENNSYLVANIA.
(Lines directly operated.)
Montn of Seven months
July. ended July 31.
Increase. Increase.
Gross revenue $362,400 $10.643.4"0
Expenses 827.500 8.768,280
Net revenue •466,100 1,877.200
PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE & WASHING
TON.
Gross revenue $106,000 $818,200
Expenses 166.100 774,800
Net revenue 29,900 38.700
NORTHERN CENTRAL.
Gross revenue '$3,500 $475,000
Expenses 37,300 445.300
Net revenue '40,800 27,600
WEST JERSEY & SEASHORE.
Gross revenue $84,400 $285,000
Expenses 64.800 34H.800
Net revenue 19,600 •62.000
LINES WEStT OF PITTSBURG AND ERIE.
(Directly operated.)
Gross revenue $623,400 $10,003,200
Expenses 1,144.800 8,851.600
Net revenue •621.400 1.181,600
LONG ISLAND.
Gross revenue $110,678 $522,800
Expenses 92.015 447. 156
Net revenue 1*063 75,614
•Decrease.
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS.
Chicago. Aug. 81. — CATTLE — Receipts. 19,
000- steady for good, others slow and weak;
beeves. $400© $8 40; Texas steers. $3 75© $6:
Western eteers. $4 25® $7 10; stockers and
feeders $4 10©$6 2.", cows and heifers. $2 503
$6 60; calves. $7(J$9 50. HOGS — Receipts, 2ft.
000- slow and generally 5c higher than early ;
light. $itlOfts9 70; mixed. $S7oij?s9 55. heavy.
$8 r>[email protected] 35- rourh. $8 65iJ?$3 80: good to
choice heavy, $8 750 $9 30; pigs, $3 80® $0 65;
bulk of sales. $8 05® $9 20. SHEEP— Receipts.
25 000- market steady; native. $2T5-;754 70;
Western. $2 85 & 54 70: yearlings. $4 65 & $5 75;
lambs, native. $5<5 57 10. Western. $s£fs7.
East Buffalo. Aug. 31. — CATTLE —
175 steady. VEALS — Receipts, 125; active
and 25c higher at $6 [email protected] 50. HOGS—Re
ceipts. 1,200; active and 25<3>3r>c higher.
heavy, $10 20 $10 25: mixed, $10 25?? $10 35.
Yorkers, $10 20 $10 25; pigs. $10(ff$10 10;
roughs, $8 25(5 $9 50; stags, $6 [email protected]$7 25;
dairies, $9 60 « $10 10. SHEEP and LAMBS—
Receipts, 1,000: active; wethers and ewes
steady; others 25c higher; lambs. $53 57 50; a
few, $7 65; yearlings. $5 254J!56 75; sheep.
m Kansas" City. Aug. CATTLE— Receipt*
13.000. Including 2.000 Southerns; steady tm
strong; dressed beef and export steers. $6 65®
$8 25; fair to good. $4 [email protected] 50: Western,
$4"iO*fs7 45: stockers and feeders. $3 60®
$6 10 " Southern, $3 75-S? *•"> 60; Southern cows,
$2 7.1 is $4 25; native. $2 75<g*.V heifers. $8 50©
$0 75 bulls. $3 28084 10; calves, [email protected]ß 50.
HOGS - Receipts. 5.500; steady to 5o higher:
bulk of pales. $9 25088 50: heavy. $0 20©$9 40;
P era and butchers $9 30090 50: light, $0 40
«$0 55 FHEEP— Receipts, 7.500: sheep
steady lambß IOCIBc lower; lambs, $5 SOS
$0 75- 'yearlings. $4 [email protected]$5 7.-.; wethers. $4«
$4 60: awee. $3 75 i* $4 35; stocker* and feeders,
Clnclnr,ati. Aug. 31.— CATTLE— Receipts.
1703- quiet: fair to good shippers. $0 25 g
$7 18: common.- $2 25(S'f3 75. HOGS— Receipts,
«> 105' steady and T.dlOc higher; butchers and
shirr'"" $8 86 0 $0 «•'• : common. 88 75 m $() 6."..
BHEEP — Receipts, 4.022: steady at $2 •» $4 15.
LAMBS— Steady at $3 TSOfT 18,
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.]
Louisville. Aug. 31.— SHEEP and LAMBS—
Receipts, 1.008: steady; lambs, top*. 6gt>V4r,
seconds. ' 4i,S(ir ; culls, 3®3\c; sheep. 3 <»
B%e. bucks. 2 Sic down._
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liverpool. Aug. 31.— WHEAT— Spot dull:
futuies quiet; October, 7u •i\»d: December, is
7(1 March. 7s 7*d. CORN— Spot steady, old
American mixed. Go imd; futures qu^et; Sep
tember 4s 8»id: October. 4i- •«. PEAS—Cana
dian. 7- HOPS in London 'Pacific Coast).
I*o*4 15s. FLOUR-Wlnter patents 80s W.
BEEP— Extra India mess, J33s 9d. PORK —
Prim; m" !. W«iern. 106- 3d HAMB-Short
cut flfis. BACON— Cumberland cut. 73»: short
rib 7«T clear bellies. 73, Bd: long «*•«■ mid
rfle's light 7-'» heavy. 78»: short clear backs.
«0> SHoi-LL-KRU- 60s 6d. LARD-
PrUfwMWn. tler.es. .Us; American re-
BnedVpaJlf 60s 3d. CHBEBB— Canadian finest
Shite. new. »■ « d ' colored, new. quiet. 645.
TURPENTINE— Spirit.. ."Is. ROKIN-Com
1' " 14» »d PETROLKUM— Refined. Td.
tJUMSaS Oil 43s .Id COTTONSEED oil.-
Hu^l renned .Pot. 8£ 7 4d. TALLOW-Au,
..■.l'm in I.nniion, 3»« Pn. centrifu
lon"o" Aup. 31— SUOAR^Raw. centrifu
',' Ms muscovado, 13a; beet, Au«.n , 1-Hs Od.
i !v<!P|.'n- Calcutta. Augu.ilH.pte-.nber •-»
\',l MNSEKI' OIL. 40.- M TURPENTINE—
Kplrli. lilY 3d. ROSIN-American .trained.
"An.w.rp'Xu'b": ai*- PETROL*** 10 tranc,
60 cent%n«a.
DIE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTB.
New York. August 31. 1910.
Btans. begrs 112 !■:«< cases 15.474
Flour, bbls 7.P08 Dr poultry, pkfrs. 1,977
Flour, sacks 35.1R6 Live poultry, cts. 2.750
■ Cornmeal, bbls.. 300 Oranges (Cal). ca 1,600
C'Tnmfal, bags. . 3,208 Lemons (Cal). cs 335
Hominy, pkgs... 200 Grapes (Cai). eta 15.850
Oatmeal, bbls... 600 Plums <Cal). cts. 4.100
Wheat, bush 88,700 Pears (Cal), cts.. 4.«75
Corn, hunh 3.375 Peaches («'ali. cts 17.625
Oats, bush 108.275 Raisins (Cat), pkgs 1.000
Rye. bush 6,750 Apples, bbls 6.800
Peas.. bush 800 potatoes, bbls 17.374
Parley, bush 2,550; Onions, bbls 76S
Malt, bush 10.500, Dried fruit, pkgs 9.0T.0
Hire, pkts 150 Rosin, bbls 1.2:«
Hay. tons 1,070 Spirits turp. bbls. 344
Straw, tons 30. Tar bbls 27
MlHfeed. tons... 20 Oilcake, pkgs 1,680
Be^f. bbls Bf> Ollmeal. ba^B ... 650
Beef, tcs 35 Oil. lub. bbls.... 130
Beef (canned), ca lAO.Oleo stock, pkics. 315
Pork, bbls ISO 1 Peanuts, bags... 1.165
Hams. pkgs...". 28{Tobaoco, hhds... 17
Bacon, pkgs 75|Tobacco. tc« 3H
Cut meats, pkgs 763|Tobacco. pkgs 613
Lard, tcp 220 Whiskey, bbls.... 219
Lard, kegs 3.R40 Wool, bales 230
Lard. raxes 45; Wool, sacks 8.885
Stearins, pkgs... 60 Cotton, bales 2.896
Tallow, pk«rs 46!Cot'seed oil. bhls 4»6
Grease, pkirs.... 54 Copper. ' pes ./.... 9.596
Butter, pkfcs 7.724 Cop matte, bags. I.4<K»
Cheese, pkgs 8.164 1 Spelter,-* slabs.... 6,423
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bush 7.735 j Bacon. IT) 442,050
Flour, bbls 1 2.030 Lard. Ib 148.150
Flour, sacks 4,227: Cheese, Ib B.4<V>
Pork, bbls 43 Cof«e*d oil, gals 2.200
Beer, bbla 3 Lub oil. gals 7.000
Beef, tcs 60 Cotton, bales 4.840
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. N. No 1 f.sl9 37<*i Cotton, middling. 17.50
Iron. So, No 1 . . 16 00 Coffee. No 7 Rio. lOVi
Steel rails 28 00 ' Sugar, granulated 6.21
Stand cop, spot 12 30 ! M,.1a.w,,. OK p 42
Tin 8560 ; Beef, family $19 50
Exchange lead. 443 ! Hoef hams 23 00
Spelter 645 Tallow, prime... 7%
Wheat, No 1 r 107H ! P-"Tk. mess 24 25
•Corn. No 2... 67V4|Hobs. dr. 160 rb 13%
Oats, new st w 38 Lard, mid West. 12 35
MoUr, Mpls pat 690 !
•Elevator, domestic basis.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York, August 31. 1010.
GRAIN — — Easier early, declining
[email protected]\c. Liverpool -lined Id. Late in the
day prices were steadier. Sales confirmed
wore five loads, including: one from New York
to South America, three from Philadelphia
and one from Boston. "The Northwestern
Miller" reported the flour output at Minneap
olis, Dulnth and Milwaukee last week at
880.789 barrels, against 382.550 the previous
week and 260.456 last year, and stated that
the flour trade shows Kme Improvement and
that th» mills quite generally sold their out
put or over. The Hungarian Minister of Agri
. culture placed this year's wheat crop at
3,630.000.000 bushels, against his estimate last
year of 3.560,000.000. but as this authority is
the only one so far to estimate the crop over
last year it had little Influence on sentiment.
Local cash market irregular; new No 2 red
■winter, $1 06>4 in elevator: $1 07% fob: new
No 1 Northern spring. $1 23 f o b to arrive.
CORN — Weak early, but late In the day re
gained part of the loss, closing %c lower
for September and unchanged to %c lower
for other positions. Spot easier; No 2 West
ern, 67 He nominal, elevator, to arrive, c 1 f.
domestic basis. OATS — Easier early. Near
the close a firmer feeling developed, and at the
close the market was v,c net lower to He
higher. Cash market easy. New standard
white 3Sc; new No 2. white. 38Vjc; No 3. SBc;
No 4'STHc. RYE— Dull: No 2 Western, new
crop, 77 He fob New York. BARLEY —
Easy; malting. 73©T6c new crop, c i f Buffalo.
NEW YORK PRICES.
Yestep-
Wheat: Open. High Low. Close. day.
September. $1 06 $1 06 $1 06 *1 06H $1 (»>£
t«ecember... 1 10^4 1 1O%» 110 110% 1 10H
May — — — 115% 114%
Corn:
September.. — — — 67% 69
December... — — — 60S 67
Oat*:
September.. 88 38 38 38 —
December... — — — 41 4IH
May — — — 44 —
July 44 44 43H 43V4 —
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Cat*.
To-day 1 250.000 872.000 1,218,000
Ln.=t week ; . .1.0f'0.000 615.000 1,888.000
Last year . 578.000 644.000 DBB.OOO
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wheat. Com.
To-day 32,000 64,000 27,000
Last week 3.000 83.000 ■
Last year 4.000 225,000 2.5.000
— To-day was the last day of the
old crop season In the cotton market and also
th« last day of trading in August contracts.
which have recently undergone such sensa
tional fluctuations. The month went out
quietly enough, the laat sal» reported for
August delivery being at IRo a decline of 440
points from the closing price of Tuesday, and
of 2c a pound from the high record reached
on Monday. Trading in new crop was moder
ately active early, but became quiet after the
wind up of August, and while the general
tendency seemed to be downward, the close
wae steady with prices 5 to 6 points up from
the low.-st on covering, although still snowing
a Joes of from 3 to 16 points for the day.
Southern spot markets were generally un
changed. Local contract prices:
Yester-
Open. High. Low. Close. day.
August ...IS.OO 1800 18.00 _<Q — 10.40
September. 25 14 27 14 13 14 IS^HIO 1436
October .13 53 15.&4 13.46 13.52g13.53 13 ,Vi
I November.. — ■ — - — 13.44013.46 13.48
I December. .13.43 13.45 13.37 18.44013.48 18.48
[January ...13 41 13.43 13.35 [email protected]'13.42 13.4«
February... — 13 13 15 13.48
March 13.48 13.49 i 3.45 13 48-513 49 13.53
May . 13.55 13 55 13.48 18.64&13.55 13.50
June — 13.63g13.55 13 M
July — ■ 18.52013.54 18 .55
Spot quiet at 225 points decline on the basts
of 17.50 c for middling upland and 18c for mid
dling Gulf. Sales. 106 bales; delivered on con
tract. 38.700 bales. Liverpool cables: Spot in
more demand at 20 points decline; speculation
and export. 500 bales: receipts. 8.000; eales,
8.000; 7,000 American; middling upland, 7.9>>d.
Futures opened steady at [email protected] points decline.
Cloned quiet at 538 H points lower September,
7.tW">td; September-October, 7.31 d; October-No
vember, 7.15 d; November- December. 7.OSd ; De
cember-January. 7<* d ; January-February.
7.03 d; February-March, 7.0,"Hi: March-April,
7.05 d; April-May. 7.05 d: May-June, 7.050.
COFFEE — Less active; sales, 31.750 bags.
After opening steady at unchanged to 5 points
advance, values gradually declined, and at the
close were unchanged to 6 points net lower.
Havre closed ■» franc higher, Hamburg was
\(81 Pfff higher. Rio 100 reis lower, and Santos
showed a decline of 50 ret*. Local spot market
firm at [email protected] for Rio No 7. Local contract
prices:
Tester-
Open. High. Low. Close*. day
September 7.00 7.00 7.00 T. 8607.90 T.W
October 7.90 7.00 7.00 7 H6f 790 T. 83
November — — — 7.00®7.»» 7-«0
December . 8.00 S.OO 7.05 "1 •.•5'aTH 00 7.05
January — — — 7.0^-8.00 7.0S
February — — — 7.»Hfci.oo S <«>
March 8.07 07 7.05 T. 9858.00 8.04
April . — — — 8-00t5.02 B.OJ
May 8.07 8.00 8-00 8.0-J&8.04 0.05
June'".'- — — — 8.04'£8<»5 07
july 8.06 12 8.06 b.oo«r8.o« sou
FLOCK AND MEAL — Quiet and steady, but
firm. Spring patents. $5 *> $« 10. winter
straights. $4 50<254 70: winter patents. $4 00®
$6 25: spring clears. $4 4<)'us4 75; extra No 1
winter S3 850*1; extra No 2. 83 800 $4 75:
Kansas straights. [email protected] 10. RYE FLOUR—
Steady; fair to good. |4 [email protected] 30: choice to
fancy $4 35 54 40. CORXMEAL — Barely
steady; kiln dried. 88 90 BAG MEAL — Fine
white and yellow. »[email protected] 60: coarse, $1 P'-'^f
$155 — Steady; Western spring. 23 85
■a $24 10- standard middling. *2". [email protected] 10;
flour do. $28 6<"i/f2O 60; red dog, $20 60: city
bran, »23 bulk. $24 85 sacks; middling. 824 50
$29 80. red dog. $20 60; hominy chop, $24 00
bulk. }:."i 70 sticks: oilm»al. $37 50.
PROVISIONS — Inactive and easier. Price
movements narrow. PORK — Steady: mess. $343
$24 60: family $24 50<3«25; short clear. $22500
$24 60. BEEF— Firm; mess, $16<g>$15 50; family.
$10 30®520: packet, $16&[email protected]$17; extra Indian
moss $30 [email protected],'ll 60. BBEF HAMS- -Quiet. $22#
$24 DRESSED HOGB— Firm; bacons. 13Hc;
180 Tb. 13He; 100 Tb. 13Sc; 140 rb, 13Hc; pigs.
13 * c CUT MEATS — Pickled bellies dull; smok
ing 17H"- 10 tb. 16Hc; 12 Tb. UVHe; 14 Ib.
14%1c Pickled hams steady. 14{jl4'.*c TAL
LOW-Firm; city. 7%c; country. 7 1 m'g7 7 »c.
LARD— Steady: Middle West. 12.30f?12.400: city
firm. 12% c. Refined. South America, 13.60 c;
Continent. 12.85 c; Brazil, kegs. 14 80c Com
pound. lieilHc. STEARINE— Quiet; oleo. lie;
city lard. 14c.
grOAK— Reflne- 1 . steady but quiet new
bu&lncae but deliveries were large, as^reflners
are working off old order*. Granulated quoted
at 6.250 net. less 1 per cent cash. Raw steady,
with refiners showing little buying, interest
Quoted at 3 1 18c, basis (>»> test," cost and freight,
equal to 4.42 c here, based on sales of 10,000
baas Cuba* here from store lute yesterday.
Muscovado. 80 test. 3.92 c; molasses sugar, 69
test 3 67c. The London market for beet sugar
wo* lower; August. i3s 01; September. 13s 3.1;
October to December, 11s &^*d.
KICK- Steady to firm, and business was
quite good. „
MFT4LS TOPPER — Standard dull: spot.
Aiunit* and September. 12 'J>\: 4«v, OctoNjr,
12.28ei2.80c; November and I>?cember, 12.30®
123r»c London quiet: spot. £.'5 15a; future*.
L&eilsSd Local dealers report a quiet but
steady market: lake copper. »2.87H013c; «lectrt>-
Ivtic 12 62V.fff12.750; casting. 12.2MT1£.500. TIN
— Eiu.v spot and August, 85.00035.70 c: Septem
ber 35 [email protected]: October. 54. 96030 c: Novem
ber' 34.V.C34.H00; December. 34 45084.80 c. Sales
included 10 tons September at BS.SBC, 15 tons
October at 34.00 c «nd 60 tons October (New
York 1 * at 34 oOc. London steady spot. £1»»1;
futures fl6o 5* LEAP— QuI-t. L4004.80e New
York and 4.2504.a0e Bast St. Louis. London
F V ( ,t £12 lls 3.1 SPELTER— Qui^t. S.3l\>9
6 60c New York and 8.22H05.2THe Kaet St.
Louis. London, spot. £22 Wa IRON— Cleveland
warrants 4!*« 414 1 - d In Ix>ndon. Locally Iron was
quiet • No 1 foundry Northern. $18 230518 BO: No
2 $l 5 sO*jislfl; No 1 Southern and No 1 Southern
soft. $15 75«?$lrt 25. "
MOLASSES AND BYKII'S Steady and un-
VAV\I. STORKS— Spirits turpentine- firmer
at'74>-ic. Rosin higher, with tar firm but un
changed. ,
Oil S- I indeed quiet nnd cord prices un
changed. Refined petroleum un:hange,l.
rOTTOXSBKD OIL Pries were Irregular,
cloalna at 3 points decline to 4 points advance,
with Sal-" of 10.900 bblc. Spot tlrin. with lt ht
offerings, and Bailment bullUh owing to the
strength In crude, which was quoted on the
r 1.",." of Me for October shipment from the
south while jift'd In th«- South Is quote.l an hlsh
us $83 a ton. with light offerings Local con
tract prices: v ,., ( , ..
Open, Jligh. Low. Close. i i».
o-.. _0— — 12.00W15.00' 10.15
[SeptemW::: - - - l0.W$10.:» 10.13
October 8.78 8.78- 874 8.76® 8.78 8.79
November ...7 58 7.68 7.53 [email protected] 7.58 759
December ....7.32 7.34 7.88 7.33© 7.34 731
January .....7.57 7.37 7.37 7.330 7.35 731
February .... — — — 7.30^7.29 34
March — — — . 7.37# 7.40 7.35
Say ...:;.:. _ — — 7.40® 7.43 1M
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
N>w York. August *1, 1010-
BEANS AND FEAS— Receipts. 891 ba?»
beans. 400 bags pea*. Market firm for n-ari>
all varieties of both domestic and for-iKn
beans, but prices unchanged. General tra/ie
quiet. Scotch pea* in «*llrr»' favor BEANS.
marrow, choice. bushel. " •»12%«*31»: me
dium. $2 70 $2 7i '-, . pea. $2 70 53 T5: im
ported, medium. $2 2sel2S6; r-». $2 •'" '. 7
$2 40; white kidney, choice. $3 13Sf3 25: r«-d
kidney. $4 50© $4 60: fair to good. #43*4 40.
yellow eye. choice. 98 SO99S 35; Mack «"■;"•
soup. $2&0e i s 3: lima. California. $3 15'rf*.t -i».
PEAS. Scotch, bans, bushel. 12 40^12 4^%.
BITTER- Receipts, 7.724 pksrs. n-man-1
takes up all of th>» fancy fresh creamer/ that
arrives and market Is steady. Next grade pells
moderately, but there Is an oversupply or in
ferior to prime qualltl"*. and pressure to sell
keeps values easy. Process quiet. ■ Factory
and packing stock a little firmer. Creamery,
specials. lr.. 31>i!S'.12c: extra*. ROHttSlc;
first*. 27®2f»Hc: seconds. 23V4©26Hc; thirds.
34H029C! state dairy, tubs, finest. 2SOZBVse;
good to prime, 2.'. « '-" '-c ; common to fair.
22'4©24^c; process, specials. 2"c: extras.
26ff20'/ic; flr«ts, 24925 c; seconds, 22V-*/23c;
Western, imitation creamery, firsts. 24-g'-->c.
factory. June make, firsts. 2:u, ;, J4c; current
make, firsts. Me; seconds. 32Oz2Hc: thirds.
21021 He: packing stock. Jsne m*k«, No 1.
23c, current make. No 2, 22©22%0: No 3
200 21c. .
CHEESE— Receipts. 3.184 boxes. Demand
moderate, but prices fairly sustained, particu
larly in the highest grades. A good deal of
the stock Is defective in flavor and make, and
values are uncertain. Skims sell fairly at well
sustained prices. State, whole milk, specials.
lS\®l7*4c; average, fancy, small, colored.
13'*c; whito. I.'. He. large, colored. 13% c;
white. 15^-c; choice, 15 -ic: good to prim"?.
14Vi2 loc; "common to fair. lO%014o; pklms.
specials. 13c; average fine, U%ei3e: fair to
good. S^&lOtec; common. 68T^»c; run
skims. 2H @4c.
EGGS — Receipts. 13,474 cases High grade
frtrh are In fair demand and steady: market
burdened with accumulations of good medium
and lower grades, which rule dull In compe
tition with summer packed storage eggs, in
which there is fair trading. Fancy nrarby
eggs firm. State. Pennsylvania and nearDy.
hennery, whites, 28 ©33 c: gathered. 2.'>'3!-_!'c:
hennery, browns, fancy. 27ff2!>c: «rath-red.
25027 c: poor to fair. 10 2? 24c; Western, gath
ered, whites. 20«20c: fresh gathered, selected
extras, dozen. 2*5.i27c; extra firsts. 24 & We;
firsts. 22^23c: seconds. [email protected]; thirds. [email protected]
lftc dirties. No 1. candled. 15918% c; No 2.
16®17r:; dirties, poorer. lH^lsc. checks, cur
rent receipts, as to quality, VI H I«'' V 3<*; re
frigerator, special marks, fancy, 24U'i?-;>c:
firsts, 23<3>24e; seconds, IQQI.Ili; thirds. 11
i£ l^?c
FKCITS — DRIED — Nothing new In the spot
evaporated apple market; futures much the
same, with 8c generally asked and i\9
7 w<V general bidding figures. Future chops
quiet at 2*; c. with 21/4'&2\c2 1 / 4'&2\c generally bid.
Cherries quiet Some business in new rasp
berries: old slow.
FRUITS — FRESH — High grade apple*
Steady; ordinary and inferior stock dull.
Fancy Bartlett pears firm: average qualities
more slowly: other kinds about steady.
Peaches dull and in buyers' favor. Plums
meet fair demand when of good variety. up
river grapes more plenty and lower. Market
flooded with muskmelons. mostly ordinary and
inferior, and dragging heavily at low figures.
Watermelons in lighter receipt; stock large
and market unimproved. APPLES, red. table
varieties, good to fancy, J2Wji»4. blush,
$2.-H,7|3.-O; green, choice to fancy, »»»|
$3 50: ordinary kinds. $2092 50; CRAB
APPLES. small, bM. $8»|«: large, jJS*3V>;
PEARS. Bartlett. 92094 50: Shekel. «2...a54,
Clapp-s Favorite. 93994 30; common kinds.
9209250: PEACHES, fancy, carrier, $1 25« ■
$1 7.V poor to good. sf»cesl: choice to fancy,
basket. 7Sffl>oc; poor to good. 8O©»»o:
PLUMS Damson, basket, 23-2 30c: other va
rieties 10025 c: GRAPES. Niagara, carrier.
60000 - Delaware. <\»>®7Xc: Concord. BOSTao;
Moore's Early an' Worden. S«OTSc: ''ham
pion. 40060 c; BLACKBERRIES, l ga*l l *9
13c: RASPBERRIES, pint. 6©Bp; HM.KI.E
BERRIES. Jersey and Pennsylvania. larß**
blue, quart. [email protected]: small and poor. 3f?oC.
MTJSKMEIX>NB. Jersey, standard crate. .v>uT
BOe: basket. 50®7r.c: box. 40065 c; Maryland
and Delaware, standard crate, 40c 091: Colo
rado 50c092; pony crate. ,»nc«*l -»: nat
crate. 50©7Sc; WATERMELONS, rarlcad.
95099125; PINEAPPLES, Florida, cr.ue «1 3
$3 30; Havana. 92098 50: Porto Rico. COcO
HOPS— very quiet and prices are
barely sustained.
HAY AND STRAW— Supply excessive and
mantel weak and d-cllning HA.T— New
timothy, prime, $1 12 per 100 Ib: No 3 to 1.
8.-.cosl 10; shipping. 75c: clover mixed. .o S
90c; clover. 60085 c STRAW— Long rye. « rt <i
85c; tangled rye, 401? 45c: oaf and wh^at. 40c.
rOLTLTRY— ALIVE— Receipts. 12 cars by
freight and 2 cars by express. Express fowls
are selling mainly at 16c and chic^ns at I.e.
but this afternoon the price on all freight re
ceipts so far this week was made lie for both
fowls and chickens. Roosters considerably hiah
er Turkeys lc higher. Pucks and g*es<» un
changed CHICKENS, spring, via express, tt>.
l.ivf 17c- via freight, 17c; FOWLS, via express.
15W#l«c : via freight. 17c. ROOSTERS, young
and old. '12.; TURKKYS. WBc; DUCKS, Me;
OBESE. 12c: GUINEA FOWLS, pair, 9te:
PIGEONS, 26c DRESSED— FowIs In short fup
plv and »4c higher. Chickens steady for fancy
but other grades weak. Other poultry without
change Fresh killed-TURKETS. Western, av
erage test hens and toms. X1032D; tab to good.
18020 c: BROILERS. Philadelphia, fancy, squab,
pair [email protected]: 3 to 4 n> to pair, tb a-T'
f'ennsvl^nla, 19020 c; Western. dry picked, milk
fed rb 19020 c; elected. 3 to 3'» It. to pair,
rb - 17c' CHICKENS, spring. Philadelphia over
4 Ib to pair, 21022 c; Pennsylvania. 18019
Western, dry picked. milk fed. over 4 rb to
pair. 18c; selected, fancy, 1.-.v,Sl6c: average^ron.
14513 - Michigan, scalded, choice. lB»l«^c;
Western, selected, rb, 15015Hc: average . grades
iMlV^c: Southern, W%014c; Western
boxes, dry. 4S n> and over to dozen. 16J4017c;
34 to 42 It). 16c- iced, dry Picked. 4 to 5 ft each.
10c- bbls small. 15015% c; Michigan, scalded,
fancy. 16c. Western, Iced. l.M»ijl«c. Southern
and ■ Southwestern. average best. 13 He: other
Western Iced, scalded, poor to fair. 14815 c;
COCKS? old. rb. 12Hc: DUCKLINGS, spring.
Long Island and Eastern. 19c; Pennsyl^nm
18H©19c; DUCKS, spring. Western. BaH .
SQUAHS. prime, white. 10 It> to dozen. $3 .3;
9 rb. 98 50: « rh, ?3 28 : 7 Tb. 9215; 6 to «4
fb. «2 60: ' dark. |1 606*1 TO: culls. 50«, oc:
GUINEAS, spring-. 3 Ib to pair. pair $1; , -.:; ; .-r
3 rb 65075 c. Frown— Young tome No 1. -«•*
27c; No 2, lS®2oc: young hens Nc J,.V,^-?-vl ;
No 2. 18©20 croW ton,,. No 1. Me; CHICKENS,
roasting milk red. fancy. 19025e: fair to good.
16017 c; FRYERS, fancy, l.c; average No 1.
15?: corn fed, soft mealed fancy, 1701«e: av
erage No 1. [email protected]>c: FRYERS, fancy. Be; aw
ci pOT\TOES C AND VEGETABLES— Potatoea
firm Sweet potatoes active and higher. Onions
"te^dy Beett«£d carrots weak. Cabbages easy. ,
PauHflowers lower Cucumbers and pickles Plenty
and low " Eggplants dull. Corn easier Lima
n?aJ tower^Xettuce firm for faacy FMa in
light supply, but seWoaa fancy String be a n 3
heaw and tower. Tomatoes r !«.-ty and w r ak.
POTATOES, bbl. 915009185: I p^ET^w"
xnra ii r,ivr,t'> ,ler«iev. basket. 91991 2»;
7-^3nOT* I.b- $1 ■r..VsJ2i'.: CABBAGES. lOft
».,<;«,!. CEI^V dozen roots. 10025 c: CALU
hAvfrs" f>l $I»js4iVi CUCUMBERS. M)co
i7»7cVCnSBER MCKLeS. -r.-^i r-» : l.'H.>.
|l£o«$2ao: PLANTS, bbl. 50c#»l; CORN
100 50c<S*2: LIMA BEANS . basket or bag BOcO
$1 25: IjKTTUCE. basket. 50c0»225: OKRA box.
60c«$l: ONIONS. Orange County, bag $lfi*i ....
Long Inland and Jersey, yellow. bW. $1 50g«2^8
red $1«$1 7S- state, white, crate. [email protected]»c;
PARSLEY, basket. 50c: PEAS, basket or bag
[email protected]$2 PEPPERS, preen, bbl. 50075 c; red $1 ...»
«*'•>. STRING BEANS, basket or bag. 25075 c;
TURNIPS rutabaga, bbl, 18c0«>: TOMATOES,
box. 29C091
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Nfw York. August 31. 1910.
BEFVES -R^-'lp'". 8T cars, or 1.633 head.
Including 14 cars for the market: B» car» »■
sale Steers slow, but about steady; bulls
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New Voru O'^e. H-- iiro»Jv>«y.
steady to firm; cows ' unchanged In "price. , Tbren
cars- of steers unsold, Common to prime steer*
sold at 13 102*7 25 per 100. Ib; ball* at 53 509
MOT., 1 bull at $4 25: cnwi at $2 239*4 86-
Dressed beef In fair demand, at BH®l2V»c for
native sides; Texan beef. 7ViC9c. Exports to-
I day. 1.360 quarters of be«f.
Sales— McPnerson * Co.:. 21 Kentucky st«er».
1875 Ib average. P2S p«r It*> rfc; :•». 1353 IS.
l«86, 23, 1200 !t>. $«!*>; 21. 1347 TT>. $*80; I*.
1300 m. $« 70; in, 1255 rb. |«#>, 21 1260 rt>. t>».
23. 1215 Ib, |3 Of., 23. 101& ft. $5 75: 20, 11«1 ft.
S3 70; 8. lt>s6 Ib. *.*. «O; 12. 1045 Ib. »5 80; 21X
1071 rh. $5 40; 21, 1044 IT>. *5 V>; 21. 100& 16.
$3 06; 1» Vlnrtnia. 1360 Th. $7 10: 22, 1145 tb.
$5 7O; 21 Ohio. 527* Ib, $« 60; 21, 12<2 IT). *« «0:
S. 1106 rt>. *« 15; 14 con. iocs m, *t*o.
J. Shamberg & ?on. 1 West Virginia »teer. 14SO
rb, $7 2T.; 13. 1322 Ib. $7 03; 20. 1252 IT. **««;
22. 1144 Ib. $« 30; 2, 1213 m. *«. 40 Indiana,
1233 Ib, $6SS.
Newton & Co.: 20 Virginia steers. 1311 rb.
$8 70: 22. 11*2 Ib, $« 26
S. Sanders: 22 Virginia steers. T217 IT). $9 SO;
20. 1181 rb. $rt2o; 1 cow. POO ID. $2 25.
Tobln ■ Shannon: 1 bull. 1300 Ib. $4 25. 12,
7M Ib. $3 73; 1 cow. 70u Ib. $2 40; 1. 730 Ib.
$2 25.
S. Judd & Co.: 4 btiUs. 987 Ib. $4 OS; 3. 510
rb. $3 70
John Duc«y: « bulls. 833 Ib. $3 73: 1. *70 7*.
$3 70: 7 cows, «14 tT) $3 75; 4. «7S Ib. $3; 2. 640
IT). $2 50; S\ &*0 Ib $2 ■
J. O. Curtis * Sen: 2 bull*. 1200 rb. $4; .V »29
ft. 53 75; 1 cow. ■<«><) IB), 35: i. r»K> Ib, $3 25;
L 7.V. ft. $3; 2. 819 Ib. $2 7.-.: 9. 82» ft $2«0;
X. 730 m. $2 33; 3. 920 ID. $2 23.
Nelson & McCabe: 1 bull. 910 Ib. 13 73; I
cow. 1100 ft $3 7" <*. 971 R>. »3 .V 1. 670 Jb.
$2 85: 3. 818 ft. $2 65; 1. »*f> ft. $J 35; 5. 738
Ib, $2 18.
W. R. Hume: 1 bull. 1190 ft. $4; 1. K.O ITv.
$3 SO; 1 cow. 090 ft. $2 75.
George A L. S. Dtllenbacic: 5 bulls. SJ>4 *%
KflB: 7, «42 ft. $3 75: 2 cows. MO IT). $3 85; 2.
7>>O ft. $3 75; 1. 630 ft. $2 25.
Jelliffe. Wright A Co.: 1 bu!l. 1400 ft. $4 1
IMS ft $3 7.',. 1. 770 ft. $3 60; 1 cow. 700 ft. $3;
3. 630 ft. $2 35.
CALVES — Kec»lpt». I.3S<». Inrludln* »98 f>>r
the market. On very liirhf receipts prime
and choice veala and prime light Western
calved were firm: other (rradea steady; gr»st
er» and buttermlllts lover: th« pens w*r«
cleared. Common to choice veajs sold at <*tp
$11 per 100 Ib; calls and throw-outs. $*'J?7!1il.
wood and choice Westerns. IT 59; hotter
milks, fSOOe9S 37%; *nu«r«, J«2|.l.
Pressed v^als firm to higher at 14H©17c for
city dr>>wl and 10^15c for country dr«««e<i;
dressed graseers and buttermilks easy at If
10 4 c.
Sales: — G. Curtts A Son: BH ye»:«. 3«t
Ib average. $11 per 199 lk>; 61. 145 ">. $10 50:
10. 150 lb. $10; 2.1. 1«7 lb. $»5O: 7. 10T IV $»;
4. I*s Ib. $8; 4 culls, 197 Ib. $7 50; 3. ISO Jr..
$3 50.
Gforar? ft I* B. Dlll*nback: 20 veals. 174
lb, $11; 13. 150 lb. $10 75: 4. 135 IN $•; 3
cull*. 130 Ib. $7. S buttermilks. 143 lb. 13 DO. 5.
180 Ib, $0.
W. R. Hume: 20 veals, 1«2 lb. $11; 4. 3<W
Ib. $10 87V4: 12. 141 lb. $10 73: IS. 187 lb.
$10 75; 24. 160 Ib $10 50; «, 230 Ib. $9 50: '.
214 Ib. $7. 8. 139 Ib. $6, 10 buttermilks. 204
lb. $5 75.
Jellifff. Wright ft Co. ■ 4 veals. 133 lb. 111.
37, 157 it $10 50; 14. 177 I* $10; 3 colls. 173-
Ib $7: 5. l«0 lb. IS 50: 2. 200 !b. $6; 28 but
termilks. 171 Ib $5 50.
B. W. Otis & Co.: 33 veals. 172 Ib. $11.
H H. Hollls: 5 veals. I*2 Ib. $11.
Anlrew Mullen: 6 veala. 14« Ib. $11: 41
buttermilks. 180 Ib. $5 87H.
Tobtß * Shannon: 4 reals. 173 Ib. $11: 2.
12." Ib. $9; 2 culls. 2f>o Ib. $6: 5 rrasaers. 214
lb. $4 50: 11. 2*3 lb. ?l.
8 Jiidd *Co : li» veals. 144 ■*. $11: 15. I- *
lb. $10; 12 throwouts. 10S Ib. $1; fl. 200 lh.
$.'.. 141 Western calves. 174 Ib. $9; M 274 lb.
$7; 47 buttermilks. 202 lb, $s*o
Kerns Commission Co.: 8 veals. 197 Ib.
$10 50.
P Saniers: 10 v^als, 140 ft $11: 20. ITS Ib.
$10 3. TOO Ib. $1? 73; 20 Virginia. 142 Ib
$10 50; < throw-outs. lf>l Ib. $7. 3 yrassers. 16*
It, $-.. 2 yearlings. 370 Ib, $3 30.
SHEEP AM) I/A3IBS — Receipts (part late
yesterday). 4*S cars, or 11.488 head. Includ
ing 28 cars for dM market; 27 cars on sal"
this m'rnlnj? She»j» steady: lambs In activ«
demand and steady to strong: all th» offer
ings went to the scales. Common to »oo<l
sheep -old at $3J?$4 30 p»r 100 Ib; culls at
$2 sf>: ordinary to cholc* lambs at $0 503$^;
iener?l «ales at" $7©s7 05 for medium to Rood;
culls. f.'.f?s3 30.
Pal*> -? Sanders: 2^o Vtrylnla lambs. 73 tb.
$»• l?ft 71 ft. $7 75; 22. 62 ft. $7: 80 Pennsyl
van. T5 ft. $7 25; 119, *4 ft. $3 73: 13 cull* 4*
ft. $3. 1" 45 ft. $5; IB Pennsylvania yearllnga.
97 IT $."> .V) 33 Pennsylvania »be-j>. I<">-1 ft. $4 50;
5 sMte. 120 ft. $4 50: 33 Virginia, 07 ft. $4. 104.
90 Ib $3 50; 2 culls. M ft. $2 M
T^bln ft Shannon: 23« Kentucky lambs, ,<54 ft.
$7 50; 245. £ft ft. $7: 227 state, 7O ft. $7 23; 101
71 ft $7 213 Pennsylvania. *2 ft. $7 25: 148
Virginia, «2 Ib, J" 25; b2. 62 T». $7: 2SI. 61 ft.
M 7.-. lft Kentucky sheep. 84 ft. $3 30; 53 Vir
ginia,' •«•? ft. 25: 2 star*. 13<> ft. $3; 8 culls.
SO ft, $2 60; (late yesterday) 119 state lambs. 71
Kerns' Commission Co.: 230 West Vlnrlnla
lambs, 72 ft. $7 75; 250. *4 ft. $7 60; »« Mary
land. M ft. $7 60; 94. 69 ft. $7 6«->: 244. K«n
tuckv. 64 ft. $7 50; 243 Indiana, 73 Ib, $.33:
234 Buffalo. 75 ft. $7; 233 .74 ft $7: 212. 70 £
$7; 16 Kentucky sheep. 1-:* ft. $4 23; 2T Mary
land. 105 ft. $3 75; 9. 110 n>. $3 60; 3 W«»t Vir
gl vwi^t %■ Ml W eS < Virginia lamb*. SO
ft" $7 65: 133. 67 ft. $7 65: 18» \ lrginl*. .* ID.
$7,W 130. *"» ft *^.V>. 10 culls. 40 !t\ $3; 6
Virginia sh»ep. 62 ft. $4 25; 9. «•" Ib $3. _ _
S Judd & Co.: l«0 Pennsylvania lamb* 73 ft
$7 23- 12. 147 ft. $t>so: 4»i state, 78 ft. $7; 14
Pennsylvania sheep. 113 ft. $4 23: 3 state 10T
"" Jeitiffe. Wright & Co.: 145 state larnba, 83 a.
?Sffiß&& « -tat. lamba, 80 H, $7 25:
7 weeß'.w ee ß'. H"ume:*i^f Fenns,lvanla lambs. T8 Ib,
$7 3 sheep 90 ft. $4 25: 8. 121 ft. $3 75.
* 'gJow M* 1. B. Alenback: 33 .taw lambs. 61
Ib. $*75; 6 sheep, 93 ft. $4 25.
,100*1— Receipts. 43*4 cars, or «.tTT head.
taclodUW a£>ut 340 for the market. Market flrns.
with good !■*»*• and Pennsylvania ho«» seMn*
at *9.-.'.uslo per 100 ft; a few head 33 low a*
$S TiO
Sa^s—W. R. Hume: 35 state hop. 191 »
average. «9»0 per 100 »; 51. ITO Ib. $3 SO: *
rough?. 31« Ib. ?SSO. - -
JG. Curtis & Son: 0> hoKB. 194 Ib. $3 .73 . 3.
SBOIS $9 70; 2. 200 Ib. $»«: 2 roughs. SoS, Ib.
js .'<>: 2. 245 rt>. $*: 1 boar. 21* lb. $3.
Nel«on A McCabe: « bog* 291 Ib. $9 50
0 "lrt ft f»00 » state. 19S ft. $»S5. 1 rou*H.
m H, P 90;
J^': efst^'noS. 229 ID. $9 63: •
roughs. 373 ft. $* »' .
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
SSmSSSSsS -sa-sifs
and that t, ur den on prices,
strong hanfls and cease _ to d~ n llflC
Largely upon this "Jf? r f.,_l"2 relatively strong.
:-; sr&t J&*** to tTHc t.:ow *««•
of prices: Tester-
Wheat: Open. H.|h I~ <£- &
September.. WS «£ £,7?, 7 ? , 03% t £t
■»3=^. *>H -R S3 & 3
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Se^mW. snM IT* MS 33 «H
September . 33H g* gj Mjj
gee-*-*-. »% *& *>* 3 «H ***
I* I *': 10 a- ISM ISM «•■ 12 10
SKS&ttS ilw «« 120* 12 10
K' b!i: „>„,» ,-.,-> i-» 22 12 2S 12 32
I .-: us kfe 32 1202 1205
rr ° rk: „, , A «i •».-> «i 12 2120 213s
ssshiss S3 S3 m 2113
RESORTS.
NEW YORK.
CONNKCTICUT.
EDGEWOOD INN,
GREENWICH (on the Sound Conn.
Open Until October.
Accommodations for 200. Every city
comfort with every country charm: -'*
miles from New. York. 45 minutes" ride-
Superior stables. New. up-to-date gar-
MM American plan. Six o'clock dtn
;.. ; ■: Tea room and «*»; Casino: golf;
tennis; bowling. Music daily.
APPLY FOR afMUI FAIJ- RATES.
Send for Booklet and Road Map.
Telephone 194 Greenwich.
D. P. SIMPSON. Manager.
' I'KNNSYI.VA>IA.
WTER GflP HOUSE
The Mountain Paradue.
I>K! IWAU \TKK GAP. PA.
Remains open to December Unquestionably th*
lru.lir.* and rtn*at hotel in this region for tho*»
uho Mk th« best in appointment, cuisine. •* rv »''«'
comfort and -it: •■!». highest altitude, coole.it «lt
uatlon. .••■■, Indoor eni«rtatn»n^nt an.l outdoor
pastime. -i-^-la: late Summer and Autumn rate*.
The Ideal Hotel at which to «nj«jy
the Autumn Season. • >
THE KITTATINNY.
LaadUM Hotrl at Delaware Water O*P- £*•
Bar i. !W scpu & Oct. t««». O. rßAsae. con.
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