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ABE ON COTTON BILLS
London Bankers Yield in De
mar»d for Guarantees in America
Bar-fcizS &'*& railroad circles in "VTaH
Strt«t Trere BT*a.tly Interested yesterday in
t~-e repert cabled from London that the
V-ankers there had readied an :i^remer.i
imiCLiniiir their acceptance oi American
rotten bills of lading. Although th<* nature
of the re«n« I will not be rn:ule public
snstD Wednesdaj-. it is generall;-' 'oclieved
vp r e that the English bankers will not in-
Bist uron their former demand that Araerl
e-arJ banks alter October a next pjarantoe
H-: tBBM of UOing on American cotton.
Walter EL Frew, vice-president of the
♦ cm Excharijre Bank, who is chairman of
t^.f sub-committee of the American Bank
ers* Association till of laainj? comraittee,
yaid that the bankers hers had rot changed
their position in regard to guarantying
r-m? ot lading for export cottcn.
•.American bankers are unwilling to give
guarantees on these doc-jmer.t? as strongly
bs the foreign hankers are unwilling to
Irive their guarantees on similar <lecu
in»n'.i= covering pood* imported from this
country." he said, adding:
-CTe have procured all the safeguards
the railroad- are willing to pive. and In
our opinion all that i* necessary to prevent
•'nrgeries such as were perpetrated in the
Knight. Yar.coy ar.<i Steele Miller cases.
r»rTe fact must be realized, and that is the
HH of lading is a ra3roa4 dotrnnient, and
th« railroft^s are tne proper p^ple to safe
g:^ird that document."
This had be*=n accomplished. Mr. Frew
*ai.V to the satisfaction of tbe banker? here,
through the adoption by the railroads oC
the validation certificate plan for sa.e-
BardblS cottcn bills of ladin? recently ap-
T»*isveil by Ma committee.
HSPOSTf OICRBASBD PF.O7ITS
Intematicsal Paper Company Issues j
Annual Statement.
T-— InternaOonaJ Fnper Company reports
<^ tte year ended June SO. J3lB. a B«»M j
taCTm* of Sa^m a ?ain of $1^553. or ,
X " t>er cent, and riet of 51.017.0K;. an increase j
of SGWC or 70 per o€nt. ever XSBB. In view |
et the strike of Its employes ia the last -
."garter and the unfavcrabl? xi-ater condi
tions irfclcb obtained durin? a ?rcat»r part
„f th« fin* half of trie year this statement
mugt be contiderrd a highly Batisfactory
«n». y«t profit? equalled 454 T?^r cent on
th* sr.'^C.T'V? oatetanding preferred stock.
asaicst Z.** per cent in W».
th th« first two months if the current
*^-ii p«rio<! business of the company
ti^best en record for that period. Produc
tion bas averaged 20 per cent prcater than j
ins-r -.ear. while deliveries have Increased '•
t^rsreen '• 7?' <«it and 6 jper cent. Net j
for the current Sscal period are also j
rV*:ic of Cms record for preceding similar ;
vcriodi and have been at a rate rr. n^id«r- j
■bly in rswsf of « r-" cent on the rre
f^rred.
I«tTail«Mi results fcr fv> years f'?l!ow-s:
is:?. i^-..i
r,r<-* *i9.45a.050 $iMg42J
, o«, him., anfl p-n. r3r 3 g.S'&Sg 1€.456.37? ;
N . t 52.3M>.77--. 51.7K2..«7 ;
I^afi trt^'taiesand" tn«ur. 1.163,7' i" 1.183,935

.- „, .. " 5568,351 514?.9«7 !
r .;: : ;;;,\, :Thl ,;;;;::::._j.^i,^i ;,muig
Total -orrl^ - f^v!l
: . nan 4n a n 4 Jos* snrplus b.'.'g'.'J>- .-.-1. ).a
EOAD TO INCREASE CAPITAL
>:e-srark & Bloojnfield. in New Jersey,
Plans Many Improvements.
• «-•.-■ cf the Nc-va.-k &
m«enifleld Tlailroad have veted to increase
■• . capital st«:k trom BJEWafc the amount
. r •',- r-rescnt Isiue. to SL2OUSQC. The pro
-ovi increaee i? lor new construction
including depressing <f tracks an-*.
ruilding of two n*w stations, one at
WatsesKtag and th" ether at BloouilieW-
N .1. Permission of the New Jersey RaJl
rnad cosunission w iH '•«'•"« to bfw ***"*??
r-for- any of the riew capital van be is
- - Newark * Bltromfleld Railroad was
Incorporated an March 26. in N«w Jer
»r. and nxas Irom S4ontclair to Newark
Jtmetion. a distance "f 4-24 miles- The
read, is l**sed t-> the M«rrit« & Eases KzM
-3gd. -nhlch in turn is leased in p«r
p^tolty »o the Delanare. I-ickst wanna -?
"Western Railroad Company, for nlnety
• ■• '."■dr" from April l. ISSS. at a yearly
r«»ntal of •» r^r cent or Its <-arital stock.
MOTORS CONCERN EXTEND CREDIT
Arrarifceirients have been made by the
';«>n«ral Motors Company with its bankers
In various cities, ii ivas kamed vaster day,
ta cor.«clu:a.te and extend its present credit
for crP year, and also to issue n ew capital
i" t. 1 -:- amount cf $LO00.«M i* needed. Some
*:.?&«/) notes ha.ye been fiven by the
ccrcpany 10 secure the bariis in -this ar
lAzzfxnenU ... of t»i- <>en<*ral Motors
Oocgsany** subsidiaries heir-s deposited as
coHiterat No Nov.- York banks hare
participated in U»« arrangement, it ih sai<3.
A report that the General Motor* <.om
:*r.y had coW a ?-J.GC k -,OCO i£SUC of J F*!"
wax notes of the puicjt Motor Coiupan: ,
cue cf Its >Li.»».idiart^t to a
r,t >'-^- York blinkers wbj denied in au
thoritative Quarters,
BUSINESS TROU3LES.
The f!.-;iov ■ins petitions i" bankruptcy
■p.f>. <;>,.w yesterday with the Clerk of the
Usixed st&.tfs District Court:
Judc*- Holt I 12.: app'jintei! <ieo;sc K.
-^ouilrd receiver for ArtJrar V- desert,
V-eptr t?f a r«--iaura!:t at So. Broad -
w «>. viitii a bond of Sl.'JOi. The petitioning j
eeduors *»M?rt that in Juiy the Fegert
1 *?t ir.-l Beswarant Company took over
to*? alleged bankrupt's business, paying m
ar:<i notes upward of JIiOOO Tor it. :
XbU-4eansaction. tiity further .T- c s < *rt. ■was
niafip «rtth ictent to defraud :ir;'i d*lay
cr-dttpn?.
R-^rt H Kiw*'!! has be«*u appointed re- ;
i*lvsT;tor the perfection Waist Corapany.
cf Nu. Tj \\>^t Houkioii Btreet. ivitii a ,
bond e j <;...■. The. liabilities ara ?U,OWI
icd th» asgetti an- worth f2.<*>".
Bch«icl4Bfi of tne <.^-<jr?H M~i»r Company
f*d(Jre^- mn in vajt-rst show liaUiiticti Ot
J*3/£i37. Included Mi tre assets; la cash
"oeraitins »., JS2C anJ debts <3u'' a?-
Cresaxins r^^;: :•■:. Of t:.c liabilities, claims
;":-::::.- Co,ftJ7± are urusecured- The]
; =••'>..- .-^: company owes J. Frederick Meier, ]
of Aaaria; p.«O, and «;. I*. S».iiM"tzW r. jr.
!'*3i»« doc in rji;>»-i> i. P,e*7.
nssiuel Lfcinscath. a forenian of BrcprooZ «
ccnstroctlun, r«xkUns at No. SH West -l-Jtii !
fc-eei. who \v;>> n member of the iirni of 1
gatueath <*■ MToUer. which dia»oJv<3J i" j
-•broary i^ht T.iTh r,<. a>:^e!«. in a vo'un- ]
tvy p.-ution sivth UabUittes of t : •<.J^! •■:■■;
*Kh do ztssetM. Moit or the debts ««t !
• i'.::..->f.-iT!t !whs t<i Jie fr««d thr«as;!i j
**p.k»r —.-:■ w. r • contrarted r'' the fifc- j
«Bet Rto. Tbe lia.tterj Park National j
-kA-iik »- .-.n uasccured creditor tv tho :
=-- rrt cf -;:.:v;.
imijOEy li^r^n:^. cf ?S Wph U3th j
RKet In bufcincHS at No. 4SI Tremont aye- 1
■\*''. Tb« Bronx, in h voluntary '^liuon j
«vey liaWiitJcg ot $4,;H75, unsacured. ivjth :
J tgyt^aatjtry petition ctjair^t the Zuckcr, !
i2s^ *= Loelj Company, dealen :-; ejec-j
"Jcal saKJiiea aiiii machinery at No. aIB :
J;>eat Etfi Mr. ..'.. by the H. B. Claflir '.:oin- •
jar.y and tu.. oth-.-r cr*ditorts. witi. claim:* j
-w swrchandise told ana delivered worth j
• r'W^r-i of r.. **:.. PreJrrenHa.l iwymenta
*-*s*»Usns %:,s*s rsud:- w!>i;-- Insolvent are
■ !:^'t-l la ihfl petition. Th« assets xir«
u«yfl at C!",<*,c. A«srustua 11. Hkiiiln ha.^ ;
jt? :i ;t<civci. \»i;:. .1 bond cf j
• ■^Cj 1 . 1 . Tii* littCiiitieri wro aJj..tit H03.030.
jsvadfisury petttioa at r a:'.!»»i W<,iff Maiinf, 1
253 c bwinea! fc.- th^ Kxcebnor -Silk Wal.n !
oa.|,;;r\-. it No. v: H«i^t s:li street. Wy j. •
j - h.:.;i»i g. ,*<-, a ,^ tv ,,, other creditorsj." j
?g^ ffsr cwoda wuld aiid <ieliv^"-e>i
. ■••^'*-"" r'-";;r '-";; to HXKt ♦ i *^-f»-v<-niial puvcienra
f'g?r»{r a -a r^ jj^^ c i avo ivrat :jr- Bl
r-^. Ul :.:.. lrt .t;t:o:.. Tii^ !ia!»iii:i,s-ar<» !
i^SSS"."*? : ' ; " assets are \aiu«*. at &20b, i
»-«~i fc Wfekenthan !ia.-- been appointed :
r ri v *?- wliii a bond of r..-
.^c&edojt, „r stajQn U!)J Siira ,, -..-..-Hnk.-i, !
ilizH ane * 1 as "Marte," at So. iZ~ SixtU
mr^^h s! "' u ' liabilities <■.' fil*» ::. en- 1
St 23 v '" llh «**»ta of si/^i. comsigtina:]
1
MET ROAD EARNINGS LESS
Report of Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Shows Loss.
Tho report ol the Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway Company for the year
ended June 30, 191 C, ■lIOW a satisfactory
increase in gross earnings, amounting to
about S per cent, operating expenses of
more th;;n $£000,000 in excess of those of
the year before, and a loss in net earnings
of 8.2n,(T5. The balance available for
common stock dividends was 1.11 per cent
more than the amount required. The oper
ating ratio increased from 64.3 per cent to
€3 per cent, principally on account of
greater cost oi movins traffic, which ex
panded $1,400.0CK>. although •:■■■" more
wns spent on maintaining the property.
There was an enormous Increase in other
income of from $1,300,00) to 59.4ii0.000, due to
receipts of eighteen months' interest on
JW.OOO.nno 4 per cent Pugvt Sound bonds
owned, or dividends out of two years'
profits <of the Milwaukee Land Company,
and of charges against the Puget Sound,
for use of certain facilities in the last
three years. No dividends were received
on Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget sound
ftork, although the Puget Sound report
shows nearly J:?,20o.000 earned available for
dividends to the St PanL
Detailed results for three years follow:
1910. UQ9. IOCS.
Or-r. reveaae. .?G4.54t3,. c n4 $,-?,vj7.4«i:'. $T)6.9?.2.fc-2n
OD. ex. and t^x. 4i.U2j,:j70 11,188 I 39,468,331
Net opt. --<-■--<---. J17,4t>4 2K32 K 3
•Outride op. ':-■' 307.620 [79.682 — -
Ooer. 1nc0me. J17.7P.4. 14* J18.917452 $17,464,280
O«J:er income... -S».4oa.rh» 1^15,47." 1,«&2.GG2
TntaJ Incorr.p.s27.l*T.«t>? ?2f.2r--..70r, - 51&9G1
O-arsea . . ." +?,30?,l)lO 7.123.TitJ5 5,05|669
n^jrn\u9 ?T?t.RSI,7S4 $1^.112,200 $12,577,2^2
preferred Jivs.. 8,115.233 .■•..49. I ?.^4S a,4et»,u4;i
Balance tf11>,3rt8.55l f9,Cir 5 «52 j:i 886,739
Common divs... 5.11ii.220 .i.Sl7,2t«> 3,811
et BUrplaa.; $2,450,331 16.5H $3,260,242
"IncTud^ia dividends en stocks owned, $«M,BSO:
jr.terost en bond? oTrard, 5<5.Q."3.4T>6. anj interest
or. ottoer securities, etc.. £2.589 1". flachjdes
liiro of (1.416.48 rrntals, ?147,304;
mt«r«st en lur.de.l debt. i L.SIS; Interest on
i-iir(.p»an loa:-.. 5160.553. ar.e United Slates gov^
«>ri!n:»nt excise \cs. $::ti. ?Equa! to 0.11
Mr <-=ti» earned cr. common stock, as compared
v.-*:h 5.2<5 p C r cent >=: ;. ear.
Th« St. Paul's extension to the Pacific
Coast, the Chicago. Mihvaukee & Puget
Sound ItailTi-ay, reports for the eleven
months ended ou June 30, 1910. gross reve
nues of $10,765,7(M, net earnings of 5.",255,4?3
and total income of £t.945,950. After taxes,
rental? and interest there was a balance of
8f.156.306, equal ■■• -■■■•-■ cent on the capi
tal stock.
The Tacoma Eastern Railroad Company,
controlled by the St. Paul, reports for tha
last 55<-ai year operating revenue of SMo.SFQ
and net earnings of 5T77,5C0. After all
c7.»»rgrs there v.-as a surplus of 567.320,
equal to 5.79 per cent on tho (730,000 pre
ferrfi stock.
BROOKLYN BANK REORGANIZED
Charles B. Hobbs, Long a Resident of
the Borough. Elected President.
The Brooklyn Bank, one of the oldest
financial institution!! on LiOng Island, has
b**en reorganized. Charles B. Hobbs, of TIQ
law firm of Gift'ord, Hobbs & B«>ard, of No.
5 Nassau street, has been elected president,
to succeed Paiii-?! Underbill, wlio resigned
recently.
c 34th Ward o*
.
cf the
t Ath-
'\ 155.726.847 IN CIRCULATION.
Washington. , c er.t. 9.— Every one. in the
, ' T'nJted States should have twenty cents
I more thi.s month than he had la?*. There
! wero $ri.1i",72fi.^47 Jr. etrculatlon on Septem
i her 1. and t!:^ nations wealth per capita
I then was 534 SZ. The other 20 cents is ac
! counted for Ly an Increase ot about $22,000,-
JOOO in circulation during the month. There
\ras a large increase in deposits of gold.
POINT FOR PLANT COMPANY
; Motion of United Shoe Machinery Com
pany Denied.
Boston. Sept. 9.— The independent Khoe
machinery nxanuliicturer.s scored a point
! to-day when Jud^e Hu^, in the Massa
| chusetta Supreme Conn, denied the mo
tion of the T'nitej Sho«> Machinery <-*om
i pany to strike from th» files the pleas
of the Thomas <I. Plant Shoe Company
and Thomas G. Plant, Individually..
The hearing on the Tmted Shoe Com-
Irwnya suit to restrain " If*. Plant and the
p;a.!H company ... using and manufact
urv\-z certain kinds of shoe machinery will
be resumed on September 13. when argu
ments on the sufficiency oT the pleas will
i he heard.
HELD on CHECK TRANSACTION
.
I
'Mining Promoter Arrested on Curb
Broker's Complaint.
Franklin I?. Coleraan. a mining promoter.
! who f-aid h<^ c:ime from Kansas t'ity, a«d
who h;id v«-**n staying at the Waldorf -
Astoria, wao held for tnal In the Tombs
police court yesterday afternoon by M;iS'l?
traie Herbert for na^sm.ir a worthless check
land sent to prison In default of fl,ooo ball.
Frank Phillips, a. curb broker, sui-i in
I court that some time ago he cashed a rh^ck
i for Cbleman for 100 on the Trun Company
: '<«f America, and that it was later returned
marked "r.o fueds." '_
IEDEKLE WANTS MORE MONEY
I Extra 51.328,855 Required by Advanc
is Cost of Food.
Health Commissioner l^Herl»-. m present
' Ing hi - s tentative budget for 1911, aaks for
lan appropriation of JU2S.S3S In esc-es:>, of
j that for 1910, which was Some of
! ;J:e principal increases are a.s follows:
Division rt child bysiene. $320,545; division
1 oi contagious diseases, 5113,150; division of
j general sanitary Inspection, jrw.^l": tiiviwion
of milk Lnspectlon. city and country, J60.5M);
' lubora.tr.rie?, res-arch »nd vaccine, $103,750,
iiiul division of iio^piuils, "5186,055.
It i.- t!;ued tJu-tr. the hiSfher cost of food
supplies has much to <io v.ith Die increaaed
j amoucta re^i. <1 for 1511. an advance of :«
I per ctat all alon? the line l.olni? consWered
j a conttrrvativo f^titisate of tho additional 1
I cu,s'. of such supplies. ■
HER BROTHERS THE FINEST j
. j
Arrest Husband Five Times for Trying j
to See Infant Son.
Perhaps there j - s a moral In this story
told by i* man who married a* woman with
two broth'-rs on the police force.
The brother-in-law of the two "cops" is
GeorffQ I J - Butler, ot No. 214 Bast 11th ;
etreet. He has a threc-ytrar-oUI ?on who |
is now In the custody of the mother," who
livea apa r t from her husband. Jiuller asked !
Justice JiiiKdrick yesterday for an order
permitting Mm J<> nee hU ciif!<! o,icc e:ic!i
week. j
"Tw o f 'C niy wife'i brothera an- police, j
m « f " Butler said. '".<n.i I havu been ar
rested fly« timea for trying to .-»-♦: my Uttie
boy- Once tl.f- hail me in jail lor v whok
Hemin-fc sraiU'tJ the oi.ler.
REPORTS MRS. BLOCK INSANE.
Bridgeport. Conn., Sept. ?.-Mr-. Amelia
lilo-ya. at this city, was intan« uUcn anc
caused tlii? death of Mi*s Lyriu IVucher.-,
of New York, at a Banatoriuni ;:t Green*
Farm.*, "SYestport, hi.-i Tuesday, according!
' i in*, finding r >i Coroner C. V.. Wilson,
fita]:toS^H< rccominanoV; that Un.
for murder «:..:„ «r«t?de
srea "so ihat bar taint} may be iaiiuired
fiito by the court." 1
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1010.
THE MMKEIS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
New York. September 0, 1010.
T?<>ans, bags 400 1 Lemons fCaD. cs. I<m
Flour. bbla fi.O.'H'Gn-.pcs (Cal), eta. 7. # -175
:■ . .:■. sacks ... 17,4."i!*! Plums (Cai). ct». 7.808
Cornmeal, tbls.. 786 Peai-« (Cal), ct«.. 2.475
Cornmeal, bagß.. C.777 j Peaches (Oal>, ets SJCSI
uutmral. bbla... «X) Raisina (Cai), pkga -.!•»"
■Wheat, bush !}.«ot>! Apples, bbls 3,t>2T>
Can, bush 2.230 j Potatoes, bbla . >.aCS
Oats, bush 62.523 Onions, hi Is 5,273
Kye. huph 2.300 ■ Cranberries, pkirs. I<>2
Barley. bush 1.275 Dried fruit, pkgs 13.798
Malt, bush 7.500 Bosln, bbte I. •"'!•_'
Rice. pkts 200 Spirits turp, bbls. i r>
Hay. tons 1,040! Tar, bbls >> : J
Straw, tons •«»' Oilcake. pkg3 .. ■
Millfeed. tons... I'M)! Oil. tab. bbls . ■ '-"•
Grass tee bags 4":j;oit>o *toclt. pkgs. ."it".
Hops, hales 103! Peanuts, bags.... SBB
Beef, bin.- 38 j Tobacco, hhds. ... -"-•">
lAj-.-f I .--.•-,: cs 30))|Tobacco, pkxa.... B#B
Bacon, pkgs 152 Whiskey, bbls . . . 145
C-j: eats, pkgs 852' W001, boles 10
Lard, tea 1,130 ! Wool, sacks 885
Lard, ke«rs ... 800 7. i ataa, bales ... 175
Tallow, pk^s.... 21.); Cotton, bales .. 4.J2«
Baas stock, pksa OOlCot'seed oil. bfcls. ."*()
Greasn. pkgs.... 17." OVpper. t)i:ces.... 6.7<x>
ltutter. 8k0.... 5.77.'!! '■.-!> matte, bafrs. 2,"0."
I Tirnßtl. pkg-s 4.200 1 Hides, No 7W
Eggs, cases 12.888 Hides, hale* 10
Dr poultry, pkss 1,5411 Hides, Mis 886
Live pou:tr>-. eta . 1.580 Skins, bales t!>s
Oranges <Cal). ca 1.475 Wine (Cai), bbls. -'"'
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bush.... 28,2031 Beef, Nils 13*
B<?*ns, bush. . . 41J13.ef. tea 125
Flour, bbls .. 1.275 Bacon TJ. 210.000
Flour, sacks 2.*66 ! Hains, 1b 900
Cornmeal. bfals.. 888 Lard, rb 44i>,> < ('0
Ft^d. ■■ CTJ.oOOi Grease, •■ 100,S<H>
.Mcohnl, pals B,6oo (Butter Tb 2.400
Oilcake, lb 4i:>,7On! Cheese. - 81,000
l'arlt. bbls CoiLuD oi!, gals 215.700
?. CASH QUOTATIONS,
I Iron. X. No 1 t .slo -ICcttou. middling. 14.00
I Iron. S*. No 1.. 19 75 Coffee. No 7 Rio. Iv
'i I Bteel raiis (hi ! attgar. granulated 0.1">
. i — :i- . cop, spot 2.1,1 I Molasses. O K. p 4"
« i Tin CTi.ii Beef family .sls) SO
3 I Kxrhang<» l«wd.. 4. ■;.""• BNf hams 23 0;)
_ i Hpeiier 5 is I Tallow, prim*... 7*4
II !* Wheat, No 2 r 104 i Pork. mess . . 23 75
. ' +Orn, No _ % to% Has*. dr. MO rt>. n<4
j Oats, new. it i ■" Lard, mid "West. 12 CT>
•1 1 Flour. Mpls pat DBO !
" l»
•Elrvator. rElarator. domestic baa';
t ! "
: GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
1 J v ■„,,. York. September 0. 1010.
1 GRAIX — V.'HEAT — Somewhat Irregular to
• day, ep«niii;» lower, followed by a sharp -■?
covery and a f-o-'ond decline hi th» late after
noon, so tliat final prices vr*P« Jfcc un<Jor th*
2 J previous nigh;. A feature of the early weak"
j n»;se v.-as ili-> decline o" Id at Liverpool, and
L j reports that world's shipments, owing; to
X 1 h»avy exports irom foreign sources, were
j like to reach 17.000,000 bushels for the
j week. Of thi* amount the Argentina B«ptlt>llC
> [ contributed 1,024.000 bushels. India tj^-i.iiiH!
j bushels and Australia 1,098,000 bushels, all of
' 1 these flsures beinsr larger than the previous
" i week. On this break December wheat 1:; Chi
. i cago reacli-d $1. wb.er.a it met a midday rally
lof Ie a bushe'. Th« cold -." her In the Cana
1 dian Northwest moved down into he pa!-i
where IciUlns frosts were reported. No - red
I wheat closed at SI 04 elevator- and $104'^
5 |f obo b afloat. No 1 Northern Duiuth. SI 21%
)1 t o b afloat. CORN — Selling by commission
, houses and cash people sent corn prices off
about ssc5 s c a bUß'nei early, but a recovery of
, j»jc followed, and th« market -a as Elea_dy for
j the balance of the 3ession, closing 1* -.'r '!!••:
1 higher, with the exception nf September,
! which ma down «sc under liquidation. Export j
j sales amounted to 12 loads, u;id advices from j
v! Peoria said that some com had b< en sold to J
* I Ha/.- :' ■ and that then wer» :-*'.:U"S's for '■
round lot-; which cannot be quoied. The en- |
I tire stock of old corn was said to have been j
f\ sold, and apt-nt,* we Ing wired to urn all
1 j old com to Peorja itistead of to Chicago. No '2 \
j corn here. 6H%c elevator, domestic basis, to
I arrive, and iM-\ •■. f o 1> afloat. OATS— Easier
. i »»rly. but rallied a little -with corn, followed
' I by Blight reactions from top near the close.
> I Cash .-■.-« •■-... standard white, ?.'**,'", new v ,
M 2 white, 38' ac; No .",, ."7^c. »K<i No 4. 37c.
' 1 RYE — Stead: No - Western, 7Sii<:. new, fob
I Nrv.- Tork. BARLET — Qui-t : „---
j 77c. new, c ■ t Buffalo. Wheat ( including
i ilauri exports for the w*»"k. accordinjr to
I Bra<'.streef«. ■-•_ - ■ gai 1,511.068 bushels.
! against 1,924.186 last week avid 2.015,083 last
- ; year; since ' :.-■ 1. 12,776.641 bushels, against j
j •l 83 53] last season. Corn exports for the :
' 1 iv*>ek, 376.453 buehelfl against £16.403 I«st
' •H-o^k a?!d ■_"_■=-■■-• since July 1, _ 58?, ;
! 557 bushels, aeainst 1,045,403 lest year. :
MIT VOnK PRICES.
Y*-'-r- j
WTieal : Open, -is- I^r^-. Cioes.
! September. .£l Vl4 > { ... nil* SI ... .Jl 04Vi
;j .. 1 07 7 « 10515 i 074 • 07^ 10SM,
-May ... i 12* i i:t ' i-'* 112% 112%
Corn :
I PeptemlxnC. M' H an^
I Dffml»r. .. • ■■* l + 84
j May — — *c,J- 6S J 4
Oats:
; September.. — — 37H 37H
I Decenib*r. . . 4<iii 401- 40 j
j rtfav - 4.. . 42H '
J July i'_' • 4'_' '-
rVTKKIOR RECEIPTS:
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
To-iay T.:;i .•...-« i 778 . • r.OO
Last wpfck 1.217.""" SSI UOO 734.000
Last -.... . .. 1.457, '»«> 571.000 353.000
SE.\nOART» CUEAHAXCKS.
riour. '''''»;i' <>m.
' j Tu-dav !i.<x>rv 176.WW) -• —
T^Et w^°ti 2U.fItH) '"!2.l>»> 1<3",OOO !
La«t -;,- ."7.<l«»» ,•• ; .i. „ .^.OOO
COTTON — Irrffirular. but firmer, ■.■■■•- to r«
ports ot an improved pp.j? demand, steadier
Southern markets, cover-.np of shorts for tho
■ week >-nd, and a renewal of bull support. Th«i
, clew ■ very steady at a itet grAn of llff 2.
1 point.*. The market oi>r-n<:tl steady at an ad
rance <.f "4 points on Scr>f<"mber and of 3® 10
Pul^t* on laf-r njonths, in response to firm
cables, \Y>st. India storm :i«ws- .uid the pre
liminary *-«tirftat» ha-ed on advli »s
placing thr .-rop at a iittle ur.d^r 12.000.000
bales. The <-lcne wan a. few points of? Iroin
Tho top under re3lizir.fr. Southern spot mar
kets were '«c lower to Vie higher, ireiiarany
osehai^g&d lo '«c hi?li«r. 'Weekly nioveTjient
ripvireo- Port rs'-eipts. 04.515 baleg, against
151,522 last y» a r: overland to mills and Can
1 ada. 1.413, usainst i.-^'.i last year; Southern I
] mil! tpkii'.js. e«tlr!:a.t'.'d. 30,000,~- against 30.000 I
I last var: fraln of storks ».t 'nterior towns, j
I ti,Z±o a^ainsi, 15, 4."!) last year; brought latd j
sitht -Tcr tho week, 122,~>05, against 20!,,"ji.j
! ast > ear. T-»!aI crrju movement: Port r»- !
ceipts. 122.791 bu'.ep, against 193,199 last sca
£<vi: overland i"o mills and Canada, 2,266.
.•jpa.ir.s'. i.nor last v^ar: Pcuth»rn mill takings,
40,000, against 45,00X1 last year; stock at in
terior touns in .^nccis of September 1. S.Q3I,
against 2". ."..1f* !^ s t r e^r: brought into siffht'
thus far for peason. 173.058, usainst 2«2,005
last season. Tlie total <:roji iwov-rjier.t \» far
j ni:)f rlayn this against ten days I^9t
, season. I.«"cal contract' puc^a;
Tiiter-
Open. High. Iy>w. nose. day.
1 B«pten»b«r. 13.70 13.80 i.'t.or, j3.7ac13.7s k;..14
October... 13.W1 13.11 U!.U2 13.08513.10r12.82
Jfoveraber. 12.58 IH'ls 12.88 13.C3iJ13.04 12.82
December.. '.•■ •>• 13.0* 12.'.< i 1?..0G®1.1.17 12.114
January.^, 12.'.<7 3:i.of» 12. '»> i;^.ft-i'.tJ't.O"> 12.02
February.. — 13.07«X13.0» 12.V15
March ]. - :.ft4 13 jjj ..... 13. 14® IS. IS 13.01 ]
May I3.o« 13.17 1".U4 13.1f>ft.l3.1>< 15.(13
: .tun- - 13.15f115.17 13.01
j Ju'.y ia.ol 13.0." 13.01 [email protected] 13.01
Kpor oui^t and unchanged at 1 4<- for nitidlin^
, upian.l and M.2jc for iiik«ili:iir Gulf. ■■ 3,
! 46>> bal-5 Liverpool cables: Sp.it tjuleter; salf^,
i <n,i)o<} baies; speculation and e-ip^rt. .'.00; Ameri
ca']. 5,000. Imports none. Mid-upland. S.flUd.
Fti'-ur's opened steady. September .'> points higher
en*, other pwitions ■ iinchangad; closed |
strong on near. wteu<ly or. distant positiwii.s; S*p— |
tember 2."i points nrt M^rh'-r. September-October j
II points hisr«-r. and later months 2-j t» -»^3
points hlfther. fteptember. 7.f i ld; Seiiteiiiber-Oc
tober, 7.12'iv1; October-November, *>.i»2.i: Xovcm-
Uer-Derf-ir.ber. (i.Mxi; DeeerabejwJaßuary. 6.83dj
January-February, February March. * March
j April. April-May anl >:.•.- -June. «.82'2<i.
COFTTKE — Tlumors that rain had occurred }n
■lrouthy peetlena of Brazil caused heavy selling:,
and prii :eu had v break foIIOWiBR the re- ,
rent rnoi.l advance. The clove was steady-, otf<>r- :
injjs having been fairly well absorbed at the ,
d^riine. and last prices showed h n«?r loss of 10'g. j
2ii ]>•. ints- S»al<ia. 77.1W0 bags, Tht- market ■,
.)P<-::".1 barely steady at an advance of ■"; points j
<»ii siptember, l>"' generally r.wi*» p-iints low^r .
hi sympathy witii a very shary br-jatc In the j
I French taarket. I'ricua there had m*-n«l ~+'nl .
tr*n<- hiei'.er. b^:'. closed at a net loas of a 4*il (
franc, Hpot firm, natvithstaQdinz the reai-tirn ,
>:f futures, on t!j« basis ..f 10!sc for P.J'j Nj 7. ]
contract prices:
Yeatrr- ;
Dpenirir. llisl<- Vovtr. <;iu&\ i'.av.
Sentember *.4<> fi. 10 S. 4') b.2ofc*.r!:) M.:in ,
October — - [email protected]«.35 4.1 . .
Vove'iib^r 8.50 5.50 »..» - .... - ,ii >..Vi J',
I>e.-e'iibrr %.<"<> S.BO S.4K S.4OS-5.4.1 S.'fci 1 '
January - - .... !S.t« j
Frtruary — — P. 4908.82 *.«» 1 }
March ." - ..; 8..1 T. 5.54. 8.54«8-R5 5.72 J
Aprtl - 8.»Tft«.86 «.7l '
I «'.,. g.fio 8.83 8.58 «.S!'ft > '.'«> "■"* 1 i
[jL, ' ,- -- — fc.<'G&ft.t!2 >-.77 j '
I}"],.' 8.68 f S,CB ; S".SI 5.6388.«4 5.7» I .
U.u«u«V".'v:".*!v.! - — -- s.«w#b.iu s.so I.
( llm i; ami Mtl%r.— The reiaut *"- ■■ la j
I wheat found expresalon in Kmuewhdt lower t
flour price* and a generally d«pr*»se<l fealinsf \
lin the traflo. Snrlnit Ti'it'-niai. $3 30 B W {tOj s
winter iitrai&hu, Msoes4 70; wl»ter patanta, 5
:Si on- r.r, io; e -|.-!iis- clears, I 4 43554T5; extra j
No 1 v.lm«r. $^.Sr.-ffs4; HXtra No 2 wlnt»r, f
$.; •;o'Vj: 1 . 75; K.-tn.-^a atraijrhLi. H«fl#Wfl.'i, 7
I;Yr; Ff.OCR- Moa.iv; fair '<» food. ?-tOs4 25| j
Icnqlca Mo ' fancy,-* f4 SO as 4 40. .ronN^rEAl.— -
Kiln drlea. $"•»'• BAG MlsA]>— FliW wrWta t
at." rellow. $1 40.ij.5l 4j; coarse, *r3S4»SI 40, r
(FEED Easy: Western rnrtne. $21 [email protected] 3."»; v
■tarfa»rd mJdaiJnff, *2?» 35j -' lur d "- 527 '".it; x
?. ,! 1.,~ $">• "W: -ity brau, $22 bulk. $23 sacks J ,
middling s-":; 1 ?! * - "i; rt-.l Wocr, $29 flO: hominy r
choi>.-$24 "•' huiui *2r, 70 aadta: oUmeal, f37. j j
PKOVISIONS— O'-uorally hlpher until the ) <
uto aftenwon, wh«n ti'«v eased off a littjo in , s
»•••• '.Lithy with wbeaL trash ii^n;ai!:l wan bet- 1 1
ler "" paekertt *<-r<» buvin»? neurby lard unii ribs i J
iinH them **ua butiM cOWtitK by January uhonr. j \
lOltK— Steady: t»ee«, J235W*-*; J*nj"y. S2.V-* }
«..,• «h,,r< <!-nr 822 BOCf'2* W- BEEf— Drtn: •■
in ,jTtr» India •>.*••>»■ *:iO 50SW1. BBEFHASIS 1
o-um fc^-rrS'.M. I-f.K.-SK!' HOOlWHteady; a
■■ ■ . i4o n
Hr;^ pic- biic OUT MSATS^-Plckied bel ■ »
1*:; J" m, Wcj 12 £1 "" h
V T'.-kV.J hamai U^'AVr. TAI.Tj.VP- Kirni; fc
,'iiv 7=*-: -uuntry. 7^Wk-. l-Ai:O— Kirnwr; f.
Siddl* wV«t, 12.«0<g;12.70c: «-tty. l."» Ji 12 '« c; J
Sflned KouthT America. 13.T3": Cantlnent, i:m.>.. : r.
\\'C: STKAUIXE -W^.iy; •'"-• »«: city lard! »
18 KI'G \H-H'-flne.l st^afly ut puiet on now b
i.u.i i '■" wit -„ir 3r .a> g were JJberi ««1 meltlnn „
< r t'u' week will bfl fu». P><mHi>!y in esettm of ,
S£ roelttnim of last weefc aranuJated. im.est,
- \r,c net i«*» 1 per cent ■•ash. Li-t price f..1..,j ,
" , hu 1 •■••r Veiu Ftaw steady but quiet.
■ • -
ror<-/l'.l-o on the way to Delaware BreaUwwer, |
ordered to American, Boston, at 4.28 c, basis M
test, with not much now offered at that. The
London market for I ■ ■•■< sugar was lower but
steady; September, tSa 4. I, October, 11s «tia;
--..' Un »•-■).
KICK — Finn at unchanged prices; offerings
of desirable grades moderate.
MJSTAI-* — — Standard easy; spot
and September, L2.10012.ade; October, tZUVfcfl
12.22Hc: November. 12.irif&12.22^c; December,
12.20ei2.2r.c. London quiet; spot, ESS 10h; fut
ures. £."••■■ ."..-. Lake. 12.75012.87 ie electrolytic,
12X0©12.75c; . ; . ■ ojr, 12.25©1Z50c TIN — Easy;
BDot. [email protected]; September. JKi.20g33.40c: Octo
ber. 34.ri0tauJc; November. 34.4003." : December.
34. 25-53 4. 7 C . London dull; spot, £188; futures,
£158 ss. L.K.Vl'— l'ii:. [email protected] New York and
4.1C»©4.30c East St. Louis. Ijoudon. spot, £1
8s (»d. SPELTER— Quiet, [email protected] New York
ana s.3or<Js.3T>c East St. Louis. Lonilon, spct,
£22 17s M. iron — Cleveland warrants. li>s Od
in London. Locally iron wan quiet; M 1 foun
<irv Northern. 518051635: So -. $13 50©$l«; No
1 Southern and No 1 Southern soft, $15 T.'.jfi*
SIC 25. Pis Iron certificates unchanged. No
les.
MOLASSES AX© SYRCris— Steady at for
mer rates.
N.WAI. STORES — Good market for all
kinds, with spirits of turpentine somewhat
higher, following a small showing of receipts
and somewhat better demand, with available
offerings in some cases held for hlsrher prices
than those quoted. Rosin? and tar tending up
ward. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE, machine
bbls. ZBo. TAR. S7<«,s7 GO, ROSIN, common to
(rood strained. $t> 1," ; B. $G3,'i; D, $t> 40; IT. $•>."<);
F. $6 GO; a ?6 75; 11. $t>f»O; I. $7: K. $7 OB: M.
$7 13: x. 17 35; \V O. 1700, and W W. *: 7"
oil.>— Linseed firm, with American seed
quoted at B4| - and Calcutta oil at We. Ee-,
lined petrnlaum unchanged.
COTTONSEED OIL — Firm, and the demand
indicated that an oversold condition existed.
The strength in lard products and In cotton
helped along- the activity among: shorts. There
was considerable business In crude oil at 47c for
November-December delivery. Local contract
prices:
Tester-
Opening. High. Low. Clo«e. day.
Spot — — — 10. IP© 10. 30 10.30
September.. IX>. 07 lO.ns 10.07 [email protected] lO.Ott
October .. 8.77 8.63 8.7 C S.Sl® 8.82 8.76
November.. 7..".1 7.«10 7.54 7.800 7.< SO 7.53
December.. 7.24 7.31 7.24 7.2 M* 7.."!2 7.2:!
January .. 7.2<J 7 :il 7.21> T.2M! 7.31 7.24
February.. — — ~ 7.30® 7.54 7.25
March ... .' 7.J>l 734 733 TJSI 7 M T »
May . 7.40 7.40 7.40 7.37® 7.40 7.2?
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New York, September 0. 1910.
B^ANS AND — Prices about us of late,
but quiet trading- BEANS, marrow, thole-,
bush. *3 [email protected]?3 15; medium, $2 70©$2 72.;.; pea,
.*•_■-. I=7^7: . ported medium. |3SS^3SS; p»a,
$2 3oS?^4j; white kidney, $-> [email protected] '-5; red kid
r.ey, $4 40-354 50; fair to good. [email protected] 30; black
turtle soup, $;; tO®sS 15; lima, California. $•'{ 15
313 20 PEAS, Scotch, bags. bush. [email protected] 4SU.
Bt'TTITR — Receipt!, ...77:", pkgs. Fancy
creamery hold steady, other grades in buyers'
favor. Yesterday's advance in process sustained.
Factory and packing stock firm under light sup
plies. Creamery, sp-cials, Ib, 32 •■'-' . extras,
«lc: firsts. 27®29%c: seconds, 25%®2«^0;
thirds. 2H : £2sc: stats dairy tubs, finest, [email protected]!V;
enod to prime, 25^@27^sc; common to fair. 2oli
-4-j'--: process. specials, 27Hsc: extras, 28 13Q
27c; firsts. 24©25 c; seconds, 2.'Jo; Western imita
tion creamery, firsts, 249 25c;. factory, June
make. first?. 2.°i 2 r t:4'- current make, first;. 28c;
seconds. 2£@22%c: thirds, 21031 packing
stock, June make. No 1, [email protected]*ac; current make,
No _'. 22ft 22^2 c; No ■':. 20 / §2lbe.
CHEESE — Receipts. 4.200 boxes. Moderate
Jobbing trade and feeling steady on tin 1 ? whole
milk cheese. , Secondary urades quiet and barely
sustained. Skim? flow and ea.*y. State, whole
milk, specials. 15%917c: average fancy, larae
or small, colored or ■white, ]sc: choice, 14^c:
greod to prime, 14!5I4 Ijc:1 jc: common to fair. 10V;@
13% c; Bkiina, specials. 12*~e: average fine. 11 **
BUrse; fair to pood, 3*aSlo*tc; common. HQ
;':■• full skims, 2'--n4~.
— Receipts. 12.598 cases. Fresh *ath
ered stock quiet but unchanged- Fanciest
graded poods fairly firm, but medium and lower
qualities Irregular and in considerable accumula
tion. Moderate- movement of storage eggs at un
changed prices, chiefly in the medium and lower
grades. State, Perm and nearby, hennery white*,
[email protected]; gathered. [email protected]; hennery browns,
fancy. 2»@3oc: gathered, 26©2Sc; poor to fair.
22f2T>c; Western gathered whites, 2-''i-. fresli
gathered selected extras, 27325 c: extra firsts,
[email protected]; firsts. 23©24 c; second?. 21(g22c; thirds,
lrt«2oc; dirties, No I. candled. 10c; No 2, 17S>
18c; poorer, [email protected]; checks, current receipts, as
to quality. ■;•..' 7. ; refrigerator, special marks,
fane; •_ 4?i.g23>jc; firsts, [email protected]; seconds, 20®
22c: thirds, [email protected]»c.
■FKOT? — DRIED — No chancre in spot evapo
rated appies, with only light jobbing business;
l©os ■■ rated hard to se at an: price; new
offering "to arrive X«vemb»r-December deliv
ery Pt 7^j(STl%c. One sale of Octobers re
portPd at 7.70<:, though this is extreme. Rasp
b*>r'ie=. hu"k!eberri«-s, cherries and blackber
ries all rather slow. Prune?, apricots and
pe»c!i"s ouirt but firm.
FBCIT8 — FKESH — Apples scarce. higher
ani firm. Bartlett pears in sellers' favor:
other desirabld varieties In fair demand at
eliphtly ■ •:.•'.- prices. Peaches firm for top
prad»j. but offering* largely soft and specked.
u.ud bucu have to xo low. Fail--- pi ims steady,
lirapef about steady for prime qualities. Rasp
b err firmer. Cape Cod cranberries favor the
bu>er; trade quiet tin*, stock tends to aci-u
mu.'.ite. Mi skmelona firm for fancy; interior
qualities ilt*e: at low prires. Watermelons
firm for prim"? fresh; stale lots offered at low
fipures. Pineapples neglected. APPLES, red
t;i.^l«! varieties, loubie head tb!, « : ' "•*■"■ green,
.;-•'.,..,5,-•, ordinary kinds and qualities, *" -.£
$3 25 open-head Kbls. ?! -■'■ ■:s_•"■,. (7RAB
■UPPtOCS, small, bbl. S3 d ". larje, S2'3s4:
I'E»F?. Bartlett $2«90!!3: keg |1 60#52;
SecbH bbl, *- 75094; other g-ooti warl«ties.
$2MJ!g.J3 73: common, $1 75(5-.J2 50; PEA'. 'HE 1 ?.
chuire to fancy, carrier, SI 30fT?T 73: common
trs jrood, -• - (1 2S choice to fancy, basket.
75<a9Oc; poor t«i good. 30 65 c; small baskets.
23® 40c; FLT'MS. large Blue, S-Ib basket, 20^
2Uc: Green ("jape and Reine Claude, 2O*?2Rc
Df.mson. 80»*3.Vi; common kinds, li'tri.,.-.
GI'AI' MP'rtver, Delaware, and Niagara, §iti
.■-■,.,., -,i\ ,. 7;,, ■ black varieties. ;o««5e;
-:HKhlllKS. quart. 10 4* 13c KASPBEII
RIES-. Pint. 7 ts-. HtTKLEBERKIES, quart.
O-ailc: CRANBERRIES. Cap« Cod bbl, $5 50
@$6 50; UrSKMELOSS, Jersey, 50c 9sl 30;
crate. ."">oc2sl 30; M land and Delaware*
standard crate, ."!Ocil.*t 23 Colorado, .? I 'g
$2 50 pony. 75c ©51 it. flat. 60c© $1; WATER
MELONS, good to fancy, carload. *'.-•'■ ■,■s-""
poor to fair. f$100; PINEAPPLES, Florida
crate. 75c @?3; Cuban, V' I >:; Porto Rico,
t
BOPS - are* -- anything doing on the local
mark'? Not enough new heps here to deter
mine '■ tea
HAY AM) STltAV\%— Receipts liberal and in
voices showlnp: but little diminution, the
larger proporticn consisting- of lower prides of
timothy, ciovftr nd clover mixed, which have
tended" to dras lowa the better sorts. An
embargo has teen placed by the Erie Rall
roail on all hay t" be~delive'ed to New York
pohits by .. ■■-.-■ Straw market weaker.
HAT. timothy, prim*, large bales. 1"" Ib,
$110; No 3 to 1, 7."c'3'sl '>?: timothy, old. us
to quality. $1 ■>■ shipping, 70c; parkin?, 50c;
clovei and clover mixed, 05 § 00c; STRAW,
oat til wh«Mit, 4'»r.
I'OrLTBY ALIVE 3 cars by
freight. Stock not cleaning up, and market
\v««Uer. though prices held unchanged. CHICK
ENS, spring express, !t>, 16*[email protected]; freight. 17c;
FOWLS, express or freight 17c; ROOSTERS,
13c; TURKEYS, 12«J13c; DUCKS. Xc; «.K;:sio,
12c: GT-INEA FOWLS, pair, BOc; PIGEONS,
pair. 25c. DRESSED— Market steady, but poor
pt-ocK Iragg ag especially medlupn sized chick
en.B. Prices show no material change. Fresh
WiIe*— TURKEYS, Western, spring-, average. It).
25<jt"5c; old. average beat, hens or rims. „>■
fair to K9'J'i, lt i ._'••■. BROILER!;, PhiU, fancy
sauuh. nair. [email protected]: fancy, n to in to p:i!r.
TT) 'SAS-ic: P<rnn. Wff2l>-: "Western, dry picked,
milk f«*l. l»®20o; s^lectej, 3 t« 3Vi Hi to pair.
17c: CHICKEXNS, spring. Pbila, over 4 Ib to
nHir. 2r-r220: Perm. [email protected]; •->--•:. dry picked,
mi!k ft-4, over « lb to pair, 18Q19c: dry picked.
33;alfi»-; Michi!TJ.n. scalded.' [email protected]; Western,
HHSBlSfee: Western and Southern, 1:! 1 *(o14o;
FOWL?. v. -«•»!-:. boxes, dry. 48 th and over to
•lozen. 17Ctt'17''2c; S4 to *- Hi. 15V,glrtM»i-: ic«<l.
dry nicked. 3.- to 4's Tb each, l«' 2 c; 212 1 : to :; n..
180. Michigan, scalded, averag". 16HS»17c; West
ern, 'wl, I'Vfl M *~c ; Southern and Southwestern,
iri^jjdtjc; Western and Southern, scalded, 1-JIJi
•;.-„■" COCKS, old, 12^*c; DUCKLUiaS, spring.
Vtme Island >:•■'. Eastern, th, '■'•-, Perm, tSVifij
:•.!.•: Western, S-S{l4<:; f~QXJAi:S, prini«. larr>-.
white, dozen, $- L'"'i?" 7.'.: lark, $1 25(551 75;
culls. .•,-:.,- <;i'iN!-.\ FOWLS. Bprinfr. 3n> to
c»!r. oair K'»>"'is!. under 3 Ib. 90©75 c. Frozen —
TURKEYS, young toujs, I^'(J27>:: young hens,
lMff?23c: old toms, 24c: CHICKENS, roastin?.
TrAlk .... •»,;.»• fryers, 15©1Tc; coni fed. 154]
I"<i-: fryers. [email protected]
POTATOES AND VF.GFT — Potatoes
plenty and !>lisht!y lower. Sweet potatoes steady
for .southern, but low«r for Jersey Onions
lirm.'r for top grades. Choiq« cucumbers firm.
Cabbaeea tnore plwnty and lower. Olery weak.
Esyplants 4u|J. Qon\ in ejecegsivfl supply and
lower. Lima beans leaa plenty and linner. Peus
generally poor. Peppers slightly higher. Strtn?
beans plenty and low. Tcmatoea In light re
ceipt an.l higiier POTATi Mail • Irish
Cobbler, bag. ■c <;---■ Island, hulk, bbl,
SI Eo®s2: stati-. " iff n>. $1' -"'"'l SI 75 Jersey,
round.' bap. $1 70«$l 85; louir. $1 4.V.iSI B0
. then bbl. $1 25091 T3; -■' BE : POTATOES.
Eastern Shore, white covers, $1 „.<•; 7.. brown
covers. $1 a Tt' -"'0: Norfolk ati'i Vlr-Mnlu. *1k
$1 ."it .lers«v. double head bbl. f2®s2 25; basket,
-.ii-^'liu-- • athern, I hi. SI "5! ffi BBETTa,
; (^> i.un'ehosi, $I'3s©sl 50! BRUSSELS SPROTTTS,
quart SffilOe; CARROTS, new. l>bl, $1 .""'!<?2;
p loiter Island, >1.7K«52: I<*> ■ ■ ---- si: «:.*«-
RAQES, ton. UOOfiS inwrby. 100; |3©f4; bbl.
.-.i..,T^. CSLKBY, »tati» and Jeraw, ilozcn roots.
lODKJSc; xtate. crate, Jl 25«J*2: rAUIJFT/SW
KRS hbl. S2fis4; IXins Islaivj. T3c«U 7,'.;
OTJci-TMBERS Western New Yurk, buss 354*
75c: reraej- bbl, : ;isi 50: basket. -um'r,.-; bos.
liztisOc; Lonit Island, bbl, 75o<a$1 7.": Shelter
Island, $1 2JvjiJS2; 1 rUMBEU PICKLES. Jer
sey 73c©Sl 30: Ruckland County. $3515:: 2.";
Western New Y«rk, 100. Sfl#3oe: bisk«t. 6BSB
sr..-: KiiUFt^v.NTH. Jer»«y- bl. <?*!-. banket,
23&50 c; bnabel crate 205133 c: OHKEN CORN,
Jersey. 1"«». fJO"«Sl 50; Potato, basket. 28JS75c;
flat. 23^Wo: Hai-kensiti'k. i.a?. S6#irl L. njj
Island JKW'lir: I^jnar Inland and Jersey. Hat,
20030 c; LETTUCE, tVeatern New York, basket,
Tili'ifSl 75: firv. 3-doz««n box. Slftjl TB state,
basket 25e*a$l 23; OKJtAi ■ guy. 100, [email protected]
peai'h baeltet. 23(573c; UO3C |SQcßsl; half bbl
basket &oc3sl; ONION'S, state anil Western,
white, hushel crati. ;"i-'*:S! 12: slate, yellow.
ba" $1 ."11/liSl ".".; ?tate and Western, yellow, 10O
tft'hax $1 rifitl SRi Orange County, white, ba*.
SI 2TiCSI 73; red Slfif 1 73: yellow, $1 25t7*t ".":
ronnectleut Valley, veiinw, iikmtj li*sr. 51 i^*?;
SIW Whit*. bUI. |2"<to'(S:; : Shelter liilHn.l. yel
low $1 30a$2i r^«l. *:«$! 75: I. one I.s1a:i«l and
Tm-mv yr'i, «.-, Si s<iisS2: red. JIOSI 50; Jiinwy,
whiteinfekle. hasket, »1«J223; white BOcestj
yellow ;:..:.. r<-<(. -■ ■■ e»l I'AKSLKY \Vv»l -
irin New YurU.' banisttt. -*tV(4fi«U-; box. 2.Vf( '<»»•;
PKAS b»Bk«t. -, •<• W: Isn?. .">O,-'.vSl r.n:
PEPP«na r«l. M<'. *l 2S«SI 7r.; J«ney, lmll
and l«!i«. nO«"ftSi: cheese. s«»i7.*>c; fc-rwn. uuKar,
bbl Sli/$1 r.<i; Jersey. UasUet, 25iJt'tV: I!"-.
MAINE Mtate, take r.it-ik-'tK-; 1,-ijeeh. ROCJ
SPINACH. ...-•■ BTRINO BSANB. wax.
basket. 2. r iViH'-; sreen, 2.Vii7.lir; wax, ba;j, 2"t'*
•■^'j,. - ~r«.-!i 23®75c; nearby, hHHket or bus. fn»i-«it
JI:*SQL'AHH. Hubbard, hM, ."ih-tfSI; marrow.
r.Mntu-. while. [email protected]; y«ilow crootaee^, 'i'tn"
7... XtTRNIPS, Canada, ruiuhnpi. ht>l, $! '-'
(SI 53' Lanir 1, hi. l unit Jersey. Tfloffll ; whlta,
100 bunohM. ....... TOVA.TOE9, AlliHii*-.
bushel W>fiiisl; Btaten Island, box, r>«V4sl;
nearby. SBefftl: Si.utli I"'--.- SOOOe: Jersey,
Delavar* "«■! Maryland, peach bnsket, ' •-■ "'•
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New TorW. September 0. 1910.
BEEVES Receipt*, 132 can, or 2,107 head.
SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMNS
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
LONDON SHOPS.
Tiffany & Co.
221 AND 22iA REGENT ST.
LONDON
Enjr!!«h Branch of the New York H<*T»*e.
JEWELLERY, PRECIOUS STONES
WATCHES AND SILVERWARE
A VISIT IS SOLICITED
ISO IMPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE
PARIS
25 Rue de fa Paix and Place de I'Opera
Maple's
PERSIAN CARPETS
Collected by their own Agents
Comprises tome of 'he Finest
Reproductions of Rare and Beautiful
Specimens ever exhibited.
MAPLE & CO
LIMITED
TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD LONDON
PARIS SHOPS.
L. C2RAUD.
TROUSSEAUX. LAYETTES. ROBES
Cannes: Paris:
23, Rue d'Antibes. \ 4, Rue Castigliooe. <
including; 24 cars for the market; S3 cars o!
sale. Steers slow but generally steady: pull;
firm to 10c higher; caws steady: and all th«
offerings went to the scales. Medium to choic«
steers sold at $3 75 <\ $7 r>s per 100 Ib; bulls a'
$3 50 /$4 60; cows, $2 lt. . $5. Dressed bee:
steady at >: _• 5 U' • for native sides and S*oj'j<
for Texan beef. Liverpool and London cables
Quot«d live cattle steady at 1- <j 1 ■">••. dresset
weight, Bin* the offal; refrigerator ben
selling at 10%@llc rib. Export* to-morrow
nil! include 509 cattle and 1.350 quarters o:
beef in the Minneapolis to London. 490 quar
t»rs In the CelUc to Liverpool and 50 sheep li
th» Aim to the West Indies.
Sales— McPheraon & Co.: 3rt Ohio steers
I*os Ib average, $7 is per 100 !b: 18, lisa Ib
?«S0; 4, 1125 Ib. $5 SO; IS Kentucky. 1383 lb
i.6 70; 1 bull. 1620 lb. S4 60 ."., 1133 lb. Si; i
cows, 1150 lb. $3; 4. 1087 lb, $4 35: 8, IOCS lb
$4 25; 7, 007 Ib, S3 00: 2, 1040 lb. S3 70; 9, 03.'
lb. S3 _: ■-. 10. 1000 ib. $350; 1. 850 i L. . $.1 35
17. 56 !b. $3 30 2. 1063 Ib, $:'.-•">. 3- 910 lb
$.125; f, 1 106 lb. $8 <■-"■ 2, 910 lb, 8510; °
•*?,:, [|j, $2 75; 4. 103:1 lb. '.?:.' 60; 3, £37 Ib $2 40
4. SS3 lb. $- 30: 7. 771 lb. «2 25.
Newton & Co.: 13 West Virginia ■»<-•-*
•■:.;<■■ Ib. $675; IT, 1287 lb, $« 70: 20. 1204 Ib
?•; 60; 18, 1179 lb. 50 40; 20. 1200 lb. -*' *0; 13
1188 Ib, $«S0 18. 1183 lh. .srt 3"; 5. 1200 lb
$5 7.-. .1 cows, 1007 lb. $4 50 2. 925 Ib, $4 1"
J. Stvamberg i Son 40 West Yirsicu
steers. 1391 lb. ?7 15; 20. 1319 lb. $7: 4. 12«
£eers. SO; 21. I 1266 13; JH 61:- 17, 120S lh, $C 50
|l 50; M, LSee Ib, W8O;'1T, 12«W Ib, SC ,Vi
4. 122.1 lb, $(5 10; 20 Indiana. 121)4 lb, 515 25; It
Ohio, 1312 36 in 20 Kentucky, 1172 lb. --"•. 60
•: _• -- z- v. ■ ky, : I7_ lb, 9H M
15, 1123 Ib $6 60; 0, 1108 lb, $rf 10; 5. 1110 lh
$.-. 75.
S. Sanders- 16 West Virginia steers. 13SS lb
<- 3.1; 35. 1420 lb, $7 10 20, 1200 Ib, $15 SO; IS
1193 Ib, $3 43; - bulls. 93.". Ib. *4 0-": 7 wws
IO«8 lb S3 S3 8. 1000 lb, $3 50; -■ !»30 lb
S3 25; 11. 838 Ib, $2 40.
Kerns Commission Company: 19 W-it Vlrgini*
»tei»rs, 1250 ib, $6 824-
Tobii & Shannon: 5 bulls. 1133 rt:. $4 10; i
1020 !!•" 94: 3. 700 lb, 73; 1, 370 ft, S3 »; -
cows, 715 ib, 5-3«>.
S. Judd & Co.: 3 bull.-, 830 n>. «4; 3 cows, .•*
ft, *2 S3.
J.'g. Curtis v Sob: 1 bull. ,«40 TT>. $3 SO; 0.
$32 It, $3 >'5 3, 613 Ib, 53 60; n cows, 788 Tt,
?•* 2,">.
CALVES— Receipt* "-- including 541 for
liv- market. Veals in fair demand and steady;
Western calves slow and 23c to 800 lower; but
termilks nominal. The pens were, cleared
Common to choice veals sold at $7 oO<g.sll p*i
100 lb: cults and throwonta. at $B®|7 50; West
am calves, at inrsr, 75. Dressed calves Read;
to lower, at 14 17- tor city dressM vea!s>.
104J14T3C for country dressed, and B®Htac foi
dre»?f>d STa«?«Ts am! butt«rrnilks.
Sales— ;s. .tudd i Co.: 20 veils. 160 It averagf.
at $11 per 100 Ib: 11. 150 It). 50: 1, 240 Tb. $*;
4 culls, 143 ib, $7; 8, 107 Ib, 98 00 97 Western
calves, '• It. ?H7o: 104, 257 m. »6 25; SO, 381
tb, $6; 100. 278 Ib. $5 75.
ToMn ft Shannon: 68 ml; ■■>•»». 143 Tb. lf>.
Nelson & McCabe: tio Western calf»s, 271 n>,
f4 .r G. Curtis .v Sot ! reals! 137 tt\ S10.V); 3
CU jJ S 'sa"atra: $'l veal. 210 lb, $11; 5. 116 lb.
$?;V>: 1. 103 lb. <" -">■>; l, '" ■ lb, *■■ 4 West
Vlrinr.la. 1.-,_- Ib. $9 75.
"\>wton i Co.: 4 West Virginia calves. II I
ib, $3; 7 Virginia. 243 lb. $7 50.
BHKEF ANU I.AMBS — Receipts. 27 »* earn
or 6.500 head, Including 10% cars for the mar
ket; 13 '-I cars on ■ale. .Sheep and prime ami
choice iambs steady; und-r »rad-»s alow and
weak; a few cars wt?r» held ovur. Common to
prime »iieep sold at [email protected] 50 per 100 lb: culls
at ?2 'SO: ordinary to choice lamb*. « BOS
<- "5 Dressed mutton qul»t at »S_loc per '''.
dressed lamha at 11®13%C, with hog-dressed
3ei!ing at 13^ "■13 1 *". „
>al^g— .Newton Jt Co.: 242 West Mrgmia
lambs, 7t> lb average, *7 35 per 100 lb: 2<-.. .1
lb ?7 25 224, •"•" Ib $7 15; 178 Virginia f*."> Ib,
»7"in; b West Virginia »he»p, 107 lb. Si; 3. 12:*.
!t , S3 50; 1, 00 lb, $:?; 20 Virginia culls, S9 lb,
-. "i<prns Commission Col: 233 W-st Virginia
. ■ - ■ M< ' -
lamb*, 67 lb. $7 2.1: 13".>, 75 lb. $7; 24« Maf'
lan<' 77 lb. .- 50: 32 Kentucky sheep, 1-H Ib,
54 50; 29, 10'J lb. *4 8-" 12 bucks. 163 ib, $3 ,>>.
6 cull sheep, ss lb. $2 30. _
Tobin i- Shannon: 248 Ohio lambs. '•■ lb.
S7; 81 state, 72 Ib, W«2 10 state sheep. 10.
S. Snn'dei-3 4 ." ' 1 ••_• 'Pennsylvania unba, 71 Ib,
?8*0: 2 yearlings, !••> Ib, <•".
J. G. Curtis i- 71 star,, lambs, ><i b,
st. 75; 1 sheon. I" lb, M: 1 buck, ISO II .
. HOGS Receipts •'': cars, or 1.091 head, In
cluding less than a carload or the inark-t.
Prices weak at $0 70aS10 per 100 ib.
Sales— S. Tudd & Co.: 3S state hogs. Iff! lb
avpraß", $10 p«r 100 Ib; 4 roughs. 372 lb.
JSSO; 1 stag. 2'".0 lb. $ii_so.
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS,
Chicago Sept. '' — CATTLB— Receipts, 2.000;
steady- beeves. S4 800*8 4<>; Texas steers. $1 T3©
$ti; W*atern ste*rs, S4 s>XS^~ 20: B tofke r » and
feeders, S4os6 2O: ass and heifers. $2 4Wi> .■";
calvaa, [email protected] 2.". HOCSS— Rocelpta. [0.00»;
rather slow at early advance; light. t8 33559 85;
mixed, $8 6C©|9 70; heavy. -- 40«59 50j rou-,-h.
$a4ofl-$8«5; aood t^> choice heavy, .*» »•■»*:» .j«i:
ptcx ~*S 44 ifff *U 5.1; bulk of sales. ?.s 75»r$'.l S-r.
bSeETP— Receipts, H'.OOO; steady; native, *-'*■•
,-,jS4 .V.: Western, $3 [email protected]|4 B5; yearling', *4 75©
$5 73- natlvft, $r. 2."t?*7 lo; Western, fO 25e57.
Kast IJuSalO, H--pt. ».— +JATTL.E— R-ceipts.
150- stead: VT3ALS — Receipts, *iia>: active 2..'-,
higher, |7©51075. lIOUS- Reoeiptd. 7.200;
fairly active; h*a^>'. s®lsc higher; piss, 100
lower: heavy, |»Ss©s9 83; mixi,'- and Yorkers,
S'J£UU?lO' pi??. $:> SOCS3 !<<»; roupns. S3 o!'(tt*H i.i;
US$7 25; dairies. s:» 25©SK». SUEKP
AND LAMBS— Hecripts, 5.00O; active: ewes, 2.» c
hiKh«r; lambs, $3tiS7; yearlings, $•> 20«t.<3 .*•;
wethTS. $4 :."■;*■» 7.". e>• •, Sic<- sit; Bhtfrp,
mixed, $2as4 50.
Cincinnati, Sept. O.— CATTIJC— Receipts, H4l :
active; tair to gooii shippers, to '•■-' ; common.
[email protected] >il>OS — Receipts, 3.039; active; butch
ers a"nd shippers, $0 [email protected]?9 90; common, ?«50^>
$8 3". SHB©P— Receipts, 5.195; Blow, $1739
.$3 15 laml h slow, £3 .■■■;>'• 23.
Kansas City, Sept. U. — CATTLE — Receipts,
•:. ijoo Inclu ling 1.2t*0 S steady: dres.scl
|..>^f and export steers. St> TrxeSS 13; fair to good.
Jj-SSti'.O; Western. $4 [email protected]$7 40; st<>.U»r<? and
feelers, $;| 2.")^r^l -•'■ Southern. $3 a3firss B»;
Koutbem COWS, $2 - • 2".; native $2 tiKy* i 75;
ht-ifers. <:; ([email protected] 73: hulis. -:-<;;-.. .•-.
$3 75^5!-. HiHiH — Receipts, 2.2"i0: .VirHV h!«iltr;
bulk qX sales. $9 [email protected]$J»ti5; heavy, $9 15'(iJU *<<
packers an.l butchers. $9 30©$3 63; light $9 50Q
JO i..". HHfclEl'— rtecvipts. 2.oi>>: strong; lambs.
$(»25ij*7; v!-:tr!in^s. *4 <i is:. 25; wethers. Wp
«j *iii; f"> t>s'gS4 35; atockers and feedt-rt,
fSV ?4 50.
I'ittsburg Sepf. '.' -CATTi,E>— Supply li?ht;
choice. $7 20®$7 40; prime, ..- .• 2<>. 9HEEP—
Sui>i>lv fair- prtni"* wethers. >._-. II; mill?'
and common, £!i»*3; iambs. *4..*<i -'.I', VI t.
i-ulvos, -•*„: >•> 50. HO3S-— Rttciiita licht: prime
heavle's $H tU\W?!» 75: m^«iurn». ?1» OTfiSlO; hcuvy
Yorkers $9«>©SU93: light \nr'«<-r», $» $<Kg|tt©o;
pigs. $9 2S9SUtSS; ruugha, $S#»B 75.
U3y Tflesraph to The Tribune.]
Louisville. B«pt. . 9HKBP AND UMBS
ri»-ceiuts t;S7. Market <r"rt; lambs shaii* low
er- .sheep about steady. B^st lambs'. s*s€"«ci
seconds, il.i!o3c:i 1 .i!03c: .-uiu, 3V4c: best fat aheep. XH
ir'V 1 *- down: nmon sheep very dull. S»mo in
qulry £jr prime «tock; iwes, plain and common
dull.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
Boston .-iept. '.>. — "The Commercial Bulletin*'
wiP say of ib- wool market to-morrow:
ifa, mrera are cilll buyina wool v«ry
canaorvauvely us a general rule, en account of
th<- continued unsatisfactory goaaa ismesi
However there me many aniall orders for j
■oo«ia comiou from all puns «f tli*- country |
tb ir st-.-ir t.> indicate returning a'tivily iioa- j
sihly lrltim ,:,. next two months. I'M-- ,
ar* "steaUy - latloall ■ or wnpl* and h.»lrt-r» n^ |
good st:'.ple stock are unwilling to sell at pr.j.
vnllinp rnt"r. .■'■?"", , j
■ -„]. liiilf blnml is being sanipl^d at -"•''
anil ll is c<>iui*n<lrd that 27c \a tht- top tin
quurt-r bl-od and 2ii- en half b!..0,1. Original |
! h»?» »f new Mrtnwna etid V\ y timing wrol nr,,
■ sellli'R moderatels a.t 1'.»«21<-. Kreaajr, whlKi
som-' fne »rnur«-.l la moTtag at «Oc.
-It la expoctnd that the Uandon auctions
opentflß September 27 will n»«i«terfeontUl«r
able atri-Jisdi CtU both low ewwhr^ili an. l ;
iiwrin.... .tlihouisii 1"« - hI conditions do "«t at»
iiiii^tiiiv warrant substantial Americitq uc»
••Tha ahiprnent* at wool from Boston to
HeDtember v tn.-iunUe. wera !."> 1.2i»i;,:i24
n.-uj'.lri ;inttl!..«: 17>. «•*•"*. 2!Hi piiunda f«r thrt
■arae tm>»* la»« V t>:ir Thl! '■ |( ' 1 * | i >t s to Septem :
bur luclustv", wr«- S 10.001, \%\ pounds,
asalna't 33t.C0fi.217 pounds for the tamo period
iimt year.*' m
PRINT CLOTHS MARKET.
Fall HUcr. Fept. !• - Hal.-* for th*> week in
tlu- print c!i>t!i market ui-e eMlmated Ht
1100.000 places. Trading in t!m local inurkMt
durlns ■ ... has bfien rftthor quUt, th.;
bulk of th« buai!i««i«i lioiim niuiln u^ lurgrlv
„r .small lots for nearby deltvertea. B uii«# ;
nrtres fOI cotton :tr>- s:*!d to \>u the chief rails*
.of the talUni ort of ortlera: '■" " •»«■ 2V- i
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CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chk-as;o. Sept. !). — WcrM shipments, expected
ti> b<» ii. largest on r«»ii)ra. pr.'\~ a hwavy
!uad on wheat pri.--s to-ilay. Tii? .•!(>■>« wras at '
n n^t decline of '4.- io *»*iS<". although other I
i?ra.in wn» on %h* rise. Corn at th.> wind-up was -
hight-r to . lower, cats !! s o U»-ar.T to a ]
shade oi?. and provisions laged to JOo ad- i
ranee. The cjosms hour ... ■• £{!•■ first thirty |
minutes of the session wcru the ■• ■ i.v.;' periods '
><{ tiw day in the wheat pit. During most of j
th<» int*:rv er.ing time atiorta covered frer'.y. Tnueh
strength coming trtnn rum. which was b«"iiiic in !
fhieni"rd hy oul'i weather ami bi< shipping ami ■
export siilr.s. Wheat speculators, however, re- j
curr«d onatant ly to the ur.pret-edented ttual of j
■world shipment.-. 17.»100.0<1O bushels. Theaf I'.jr- i
urta wcca cuntrasted *vlth 13.37rt.C«J«> bushel* ;
!a.«t ir»l« and 0,600.000 bushfls* a year ai?o. :
Australia, Use Arif!!iin- and Is. iia. *ml Rttaita !
inrt the Dannba ». seemnt tryinif to outdo on* ■
another in furnishing supplies. :..;..v of prtoss:
Yester- :
Wheat: Op*a. Hi«h. T^>\v. Close. day. |
September.. 'A'" 1 * ' l « 787 8 1W !).->'* W. i
December.;. I ..in, i ,10 lon 109% j
jlay 1 •'.:•: 1W» IWU 1 OtJV» j
rors: :
September." 57 T '~ r * ~>~ •"•"'» 57^* j
I vcember . . X>S s<**» .Vi ! 4 :*.H'» "«5 7>7 > j
Jljy H* Tvlt-S 68 ?4 o'.» l n 50
oat;*:
September. . ~- 4 :i '- h SI S^\ «2»i j
December... ■">•". '» .^H 3-"> lU'n
jlay 3TT4 ns 1 * :i7H ;'«7 r » 37 7 » i
LjBLTd:
Ootot-er ...t=.TO \2 :» 12:7 13 « 12 '.T
January . . . I" »U |i> 1U 77 111 77 U> 7i
Ribs:
0.-tobcr .117.". II *► JtW II ti M -IT
January ... »SC. »X • M 0 ■ OS-
Pork :
OotoL«r ...20 20 a» *> -•<■-» -" -" 20W
January ...tSGa IS SO I 1*«I 1 * « IS« IS «7
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liverpool. O—WHEA0 — WHEAT — iiy^t £u.U:
fauir«« <|i!l«t: O'-tober. 7n I id; December. T*
4 7,. 1 lliirch :»...: i*»>li.\. — Spot i|Ut« old
American mixed. .» I<M fiuurra «ivy; Jiep
iemb»r, *a hi 4 .1; Oetobtr, ■*» Ht /3 d. PEAS— .
Cu.imii.in, 7s. 1-M.OrH-VViiUer paien;*. :50s.
1({ >(j> — i n l.on('.'»u (Tacirtc <"oast>. t;; ,'i»i»t4.
lU.EK— txtra lu<lla m«»». 135 a i)d. PORK— •
Hiiine mean Western. l"t;s :ui. HAMS — Stiori
eul «»0a U ICON 1 - Cumberland cul. 7Ra; ct«ar
bu!!ie». 75a. lons «:K-iir miditlea. Heht. 74»:
In «vy 7u»i - sborl clear tiaeU*. no* tid; stiould
era. si'uiar*. ttvis «M. U\»«l> — Prime Western,
tien-e", und Aniprlciiß r«fin>-'. p;u!s. tils Pa.
CHHKiiH — i'-inrtiitx" '■■ ■■• white, now. S3a •"«! ;
......r^.l s^h RV«.N P!NI lv ill- i»»i.
ItiiSlN-'-oromo". !■»■ Dd PKTBOLJCUM—
Ttetine.i 7d. UNSEED OIL; 4-'» tid. COT
TONHBBD *.>tli — Hull refined, spot, .'Ha 3d.
T\i i < •"' umruliMU in l.«t»il>>n. S7» dd.
■;„;, .. S.pt l>— -UAW Hl'iiAU-fsntrif
. .'. i»j, ;t,l; muavuvudu. Ila (U. HKET
Sl-tJAH— dwrt ember. 1U» -4'id. OAUTTTA
ii"sFED- Sept«rab«r-Octobet, 73». UXSEEt>
nil' Vis SPERM OIL. 05. fETROLJ
American renn«d, 5 13-lt.d; splr(s». 7.1 TT'K-
PIiNTINB— Spirit* sij:M ROBIN — American |
FOREIGN RESORTS.
• HOTELS IN GERMANY.
I V%CD| 111 Mfw. with ererr "tm'ort.
j LP&UlBlil Onr«>->itr trj'-<trt'-h ft- -tntlorf.
IP HOTEL GOBURG
HOTEL COBURG
DR KQTEL W BELLEVUE
I\ l-« VJ U Lj 1 1 Bath «l«J Tn««*t«L
HOTEL BiLLEVUE
; lii«tlr>~ui>lir<l nnit»« of old -rpatmtion Ca:aa»
I p«*tttaa R. ROxytrELD. G<o. Ma*a««r.
MUNICH:- Cantrs sf Yarapa
Hotel Continental
HOTEL DX LUXE
M HITCH T 1 ** Vo»r Beaatiiiil and
wn«vn Modern in German y.
i iFdoaisasoasjHaTa
' DC OH rh ' Hi " l •■ In *»
[I mUnL. DlQu -1.30 Room* with r>irh«.
i ' 1 Sendig's Wurttembcrger-Hof
IESBADES, Hotefde Luxe.
WIESBADEN, Hotel de Luxe.
Nassayer-Hof Hotel.
WiP^Bin'M weH — ««^»"
' PALACE Hotel & Baths
. AUSTRIA, HUNGARY. SWITZERLAND.
VIENNA 7i»n»«tHo!ti
HOTEL BRISTOL
[ I . '• n-'i un tile Fashionable Karnthaerrtnc.
I and the favorite resort of Americana. F«*>
; feet French Cuisine ana c»-.»ice wia«».
BUDAPEST
Sd' Hotel Hungaria
tlr^t-r !«•»(• Hotel with Panoramic !<r»r <rr»'
rh«> D:inui»r. F,\»ry m<»lrrn Comfort. EjrluaiT*
J Amrriran and Fnylith patronacc. i m(Il.r»
J. B( Kr.ER. Jlanasier: firm^riT of Imperial
Hotel. Vienna.
I ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE.
gome, Italy,
ICrand Hotei
I aw OPEN THE YEAR BGUND
be most beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. A.me_rlcait
elevators. Charming Suits.-*
with bathrooms attached.
r.VD-E-R THE SAVE DIRECTION AS
THE SAVOr HOTEL, LONDON
Rome, Italy.
Gd. Hotel Ouiriflal
i OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
I Highly reputed and fashionable Ist <•!»*•
! Hotri in th<> h«tirhi'w and ftn<""»r part of
■ Borne. Every modern romfort aad lajturr
I «,»-urni Hall. Band. PriTate bathrooms. P«t
■ feet sanitation.
i HIGH ( LASB FRt>CH REST At KJLNT.
STK.VM frt.vT THROinnon.
Sr &i A A IN BEAUTIFUL
CnUMi PRIVATE PARK
"EBEN PALACE."
■.
VENICE {jntg}] Craad rMaL
UUhWI Splendid Tl*w.
Royal Darnell ' >.— T~r-
I All Modern Comfort*. X-"way Ticket..
>ewljr Refitted. J
I ~m/k msriyi r* sr ?-e:« 2 ,i M
If GBANQ HOTEL Rinovnttf M
t W ■ Vrf t . beta, th#
SBANO HOTEL -V-ST"*
»JW rua feet ca tb« a- P:aKTA.
IBp Ui.uti Canal- Ilaautr.
strain, d 14s 3d: fine. 1*» M.
3 Antwerp, e^rr- » -PETROLEUM, 1» franc*.
50 centimes.
CLOVERSEED PRICES.
i Toleija Sept. ».— CLt>VHß3EKr>— '"ash, |i 95;
October. *y«JS; L>>-cemh<T. *' IHJ: Marti, $t> a^W.
•tVm^r $*4». AL.*IKE-Prrm-. W 40. • Or««b«r.
♦- . ' ~ h « r .
V ♦•
WEEKLY COTTON STATISTICS.
! Liverpool. S*pt. 9.— Following are th»
I■ — 1 cotton statistics:
I BdJ<s»
l Total sa!e^». all km.l* S*!X!
[Total saks. American i?.v.!
! Ensltsh spinners' takings ,H,C.
Total •■.-■■. «-«!*>
■ O«iiin:ity afloat, all ktr.:» -! IS-!
quantity artout. American *,S«
i Total sal*-* on qwentettaa I- I *;'
: Total siil«c* t» tfsrn>«=r» ** v
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The followinsr shows yesterday's closing
. quotation* for - bonds, com
! pared with Thursday's:
,-SeDt. s.-> r-^ept- ».->
.....
¥--« a« t»* • I»^> 10X lull » 1111 10l ' J
V S S coupon. 1930...1D1 I«>t\ 101 WX»i
t" s?" S res. 191? »«* t«> ...
C V 3» coupon. 191*... 101 v * li>U'3 Mt^ K'2'»
1- is" re«r.. l»i» »W 11.- 121 2 115 11SS
I- < 4.t coupon, lfttSi...U.-» 115%, 115 115*
raiuiina'is. r.-S.. 1!Ct»...1i)l - 10t : —
Panama 2* ns-. KK8...W1 - IM -
WOMEN FIGHT: ON* INJURED
Alleges Assault with Bottle When She
Serves Summons on Neighbor.
Mrs. Louise ;;-««nb*.-k. of No. *>> £Ust -
15M street, trletl to serve a summons yes
terday am lira. Annie Or^entcr;-. who occu
pies the flat directly opposite her at that
aiidri As a suit Mrs. Greenback Is In
the Fordrmm Hospital auff#rini? from a
probable fracture of the sKull and several
scalp wounds.
According to the story told by Mrs. .
Greenback, »!ie nrai her .ir.tnhb»»r had
trouble about their children. On Wednes
day afternoon' Mrn. Oreenbnek secursd th«
HMMMM in the Harlem court. She a!legre«l
that on presenting th* pap«*r Mr*. Green-
L^rs; struck her several timtw over the he:»»!
with a battle. Mr». •»r^^<-n^^^^ then tied.
and up to a late hour she had not b««n
found by the police.
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