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RECORD HARVEST OF CORN
Fully Three Billion Bushels Is j
1 91 0's Yield. i
WHEAT. 691. 769.000 BUSHELS
Spring Wheat Greatly Exceeds j
the September Estimates —
Bumper Oats Crop.
Tfce £t>TcrziS3»nt crop report for tms
jboe*". Eriowtn? cor.<sltions as of October j
j, which was Issued resterHay *tterdocoi :
t'crassea expectation*, the indications !
tell:? for tccctS ftan*ests of com as 9 oats •
use" for 2 considerably larger crop of sprtne I
-«*-heat tfcsn had been foreshaao^ed a month j
of two ago. The condition cf com tm- !
proves ore than txvo points during the ■
mosth, standing October as S;^, against ;
7S^ on hfMMr 1. ana the Indicated yield, i
us fijrureo" by Henry Heinzer. statist! clan j
cf the New Tork Produce change, is for |
a crop ot 5.W5.016.000 bushels, «Md ceni- i
r/ares irith the record harvest of 2iC7.4l<>.- '
r^l bsshels in :»- The Indication a month ;
ago •-a.- : ■■ a harvest this year of 2.SCV- ;
SCOOO bushels, watch In turn was r.tF^" :
tj Marty 46.00C.C00 bushels than the August j
1 twUoatioc As the corn crop Is now prac
tica"y -vested. tt "'47 he raid that the .
nmtii - .. . yieid of co. -n :n VSB «ffl cq fuiy |
O.DOC.OOO.CSO bushels.
ilr. Helper's eaUmiia en sprang Mat ;
on Septet &er 1 was fcr a crcp cf 2H.t53..00U ;
bushels, w nearly r.000.090 larger than tr.at i
Of AXIgVS- L The tnrtf* ttat * as of October
-. wsics rep'^sents tbe government's pre- •;
-.ary estimate or this crop, shows a fur- !
Owr sal: of 22^36.000 bushels, bttr.ging tne !
Cimq v? to C33.4T5.000 bushels. The ertl- ;
irrate en wister übeat Is unotanged from i
the !2rt two rnorths. the crcp having been j
vZtssliy all harvested fey August 1. and !
tiis estimate of fciL3i.ooo tiusheis. «ilue<l to j
the latent spnr^: wheat Indication or 253.- ;
CSjBQO bushels, rxtals.es tho total prc^ci&le (
wtesZ yield for ISl 1 ) nearly CC.'>lO.'>X> bush- ■
ds. or not far below the ISO nanest of j
7^7.133.000 busheJs.
The lr.d:c2.t.ons en cats, which, ili.e U at j
en spring wheat, is the government pre- j
li:r^r.&ry estimate. Is fcr a crop of 1.096.335.- I
<y» bushels, es.ee*- - . by about 90JDOd.OOO ;
tushels last year's record harvest of 1.007.- j
TS.OOO tuahels. A month ago ilr. Heinser's ;
estimate, based upon the government's re- j
i«ort, was fot a crap this year of 1,055,465,000 |
I'.-.shels
The g-ovftrsrrcrit report came out as usual
at 2:3f» o'clolK, and thcrofore had no ■ Sect ,
en prices la the grain market, Trtucn naa i
closed fcr tJhe day. It had. however, a 1
jtimulatin? influence en Stock Exchange 1
;-riCfE.
XVasJhlnston, Oct. I'i— The production of ;
Eprtag wheat, as estin^ated by the crop re- j
porting bcara of the Departinunt of Agri- ]
culture for 1210. "-as mz.-i~Z.'>JJ bushes com- j
tare<3 u-ira 23Q.55.0C0 bush-els in 190S, the
yield an acre being VLS bushels, compared !
with 15.* in IKS. ard 13.7. the ten- year aver- '
sge: the quality was Sil per cent, ccm- ]
parcJ with Sfi.;. the ten-year average.
The production cf all wheat for 1319 was I
nn.TSJ.OOO bushels, compared -tvitb 737^S3,<XK> I
"bushels in 190 C', the yield sn acre being 14.2 \
t-usie'.s, mpared with. 15.S in 1309 and 14.L '
the ter?-year averag-e; the quality was ?".l 1
per cent.
The cum crcp Tra« 9X3 per oent of nor- ;
raai en Octobtr 1, or at time of harvest. •
compared w:th 75.2 a year ago and 7^.4. the !
ten- year average.
The production of cats for 191.» was 1.0T6,- 1
£36.000 bushels, compared wlta UKJ2JSS3JXO ]
feosbels tn DOB, tre yitld ar acre L>ci:is Sl-0 !
bushels, compared with 3L2 In I9QS and 23.5, :
The ten-y»ar average; the qua!i:y was X.S ,'
per cent, compared with SC.I. the ten-year j
Bverasß.
The production of biriey for 1210 was i
gpn~gff« bushel?, compared with 17''.2$i,'X>) I
<jiibh"eis in IS>2O, the yieid an acre bfing 1^.4 i
Vush-.ls. compared vrith SLC in 1J»O!? and 2T>.7, i
The ten-year average; the quality was %-l I
j:er cent, compared with 55.?. the ten-year
»\eraffe.
Th^ ccr.dltlon on October 1. or at time
ct harvest, showing: the p^rcectape of a j
Tiormal crop, was reported for other crops j
as follows:
10-year !
<>r>ps. 191©. avcrai-. '■
Jiu.-kivbtat Hl.' .S.-...T j
Pota:oes 71-S 7T. <; 1
rt)l«n-c.. h(tS M.o ]
Fiazzeed 4~-- "«.< '
J:;c* SH.I R6.1 J
>rp!^ '■■ - 1 -5.81
VISITING BANK EXAMINEES
j
Contrcllcr Htrrray May Hec-rganize the \
Force After His Trip.
(Pashiagton. Oct. it. —In the hope of es- j
T*lil:.-l-:r:s a more tfScient examination of t
nauoaa.l basks, ilie Controller of the Cur- !
r«-.ncy, Lkwreace O. Murray, will btsrin his ■
Md: to examiners ir. ti.e tieid to-morrow.
His first stop will be ia liaitimorc-. Ke will j
visit the eastern district of Pennsylvania
aad Southern Xcw Jersey before returning j
10 TVasainpron to begin his inspection in
t^e West.
Xcuc of the banks he visits will bo under
any special Investigation, and he does rot |
tetend to actually cxamir.u aiiy institution i
personally. BSr. ilurray"t trip is to study]
the mcthocs of the csamintrs. A virtual j
r»iOr?an:zaT;:on of the forc<^ is prc-dictetl as j
«no ol the results cl hia *ri^.

GLASS INDICTMENTS SUSTAINED !
Alleged Illegal Tmst s.zd Its Oncers :
■mi Stand Trial.
PittEwUr?. Oct. I'-'.— ir.'lic.mt-Eti? brought i
under tie flhcrman anti-trust law against {
tie Imperial GliJa Cmapaa; and Its efficers. j
a West Vir^irJ 1 corf.uration, were sus- !
taaed ia an opinion har.JecJ down in tl;«; \
I'tccral Couri. h'_je ta-day by Jui^> i
< i-rles P. Orr aiid Jaxi'i £. Young.
Tlir u-uo .bill againtt th« deieniiiiita was |
: '.turned by a federal grauJ jury charging
a coatj.'irucy fa Jcitrair.t jf interstate trade 1
Sa bar.d blown vi-lncow ela«s. The defer d-j
jnts fltrrurrtd to tiic indictments ar.d argu- :
rr.cnt* were heard In July. The officers of j
the annpjny. al&o i^ider indictment, are j
Myrcn I^. Case, ot Eowling Green, Ohio, j
; rt-sident; -L J. Bealy, vice-president, and j
-' J. aayre, sossxtar:-'-
SAY P. R. R. DISCI.IMINATED i
1

Twelve Soil Coil Shippers Bring Suit \
for SI,CCO,OCO Damages.
Philadelphia, Oct. 10.— The suit of the
Carbon Coal and Cuke. Company ar.d <iloven
ctiitr tJiumiuous coal shipjjtrs in the Clear- j
rlcJd district of Pennsylvania against the 1
HesssyXvauua lia!!ruad Company to recover I
■boot Jl.OW.owj for *i.Uegt-<l dlacriminatlon
in freit'lu ratci- was placed on trial in the
Cflttsd State? Circuit Court here to-day.
The charge is that the production of the
UTwind-'Vhite Company, a competitor, was I
«If:livcr«jd tv a jiitx in New York Harbor
fc::«S that the .~cal of the other shippers was
r-uxried ti» F«-rth Ar"bor. twenty-five ciilea
from Now York Harbor, and that tilts con
fctituted un niegai diK crimination.
IMPORTER ADMITS SWINDLE
CBsiniano, Indicted for Sliort "Weight
Trizd, Pleads Gcilty.
rrarir .uiracc as Importer cf tigs, 1
•-.bees* ssfl otter rrciucts from Hedltcr- |
rss-tzs. pert*, pletiefl guilty yeiterday tc ,
'.«*rsuiSUig tfc? eoverrmeat by rnesms cf ;
■.nderweieci^ Z£!£ -^zt t±.s first of a }
r-rlts. cr prcstcutic^fi -^--hich the fovera-
R££f esscur.rti3 rftCfcEiiy would b« unier
tJik^a azzlnzx thos* T.-to fcrited jo-em-
m*>nt weighers and gaugers to return false
weights for Mediterranean Importations.
W. L. WernpJe. the assistant United
States Attorney in charge or the rase, hart,
with the assistance of George L- Lamb,
special ajrent. ho went to Europe to se
cure evidence, built up such a case against
> Rimanci that the defendant's attorney.
Arthur M. King, advised his man to plead
ptiilty. J-jdpe Hand allowed a technical
\nihdraual of the plea yesterday and Cusi
mano will come up for "sentence on Thurs
day.
to DISCUSS BILLSOF LADING
American Bankers Anxious to
Meet Sir Edward Holden.
A rr.eetlr.g between Sir Edward H. Hoi
dcn. ■irtaglag director of the London City
and Midland Bank and chairman of the
foreign committee on bills of.
lading, v.ho arrived hers on Sunday, and
the committee of the American Bankers'
Association, which has been conducting: the
cotton fci!! of lading negotiations with the
fcreisn tankers' committee, is likely to
take place some day this week.
Fred I. Kent, vice-president of the Bank
ers* Trust Company, who is secretary of
tbe cotton bill of lading committee, said
that the members of the committee lioped
to meet Sir Edward and talk the matter
over with him, but that he did not know
Just when they would do so. He said that
Sir Edward had come over here priinariiy
en personal business and was not here as
tr>e accredited representative cf the foreign
hankers 1 committee, with power to act for
it in the biii of lading eor-trovsrsy. but that
nevertheless the American barkers were
anxious to meet him and explain their side
of the subject.
New York bankers do not believe the for- :
eign barkers rea'fze the difficulties at
tached to the handling of cotton bills of
lading on this side. The lecal bankers' :
committee wfll try to convince Sir Edward i
that bank Rnanuiteea. •K-hich he is under- ;
stood to have taken the lead in demanding, ;
cannot be u-ensidered by American banks, i
and that the validation certificate plan Is 1
the best :: iran gem tr.t that cslh possitiy be \
rraie,
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
The following petitions in bankruptcy j
v>ere Sled yesterday:
Against Asiel E utzel & Cc. < corporation?, I
Importers 01" ls.ces at fSo. 12i Filth avenue, i
by ICurraan &. Frankenheliaer, attorneys 1
for ihest creditors: Simon May & Co.,
33.661; «J"suive Roth^criild. SU,?^, and |
>voether &. Bownc. JiiToii. It was alleged
Chat tfle corpoiaticn was ir.soivent, made :
preferential payments and also paid ante- j
cedent indebtedness. It «a. Faiu that the j
a.pprox:mate value of the assets was $75.0 0. :
Ine business .was starud as a firm in ISSI j
ana was incorporated on No\ ember 12, 1506, 1
with a capital stock of &sm.um, wnicr. was '
Increased to |30tMXK) in October, l^j v . Brad
street's took away its rating in April,
UOS. Gustavo Putsel was president ct the
corporation. TLe corponiticn purchased the
b'-'ii Of its gvods in Euroija zind formerly
did a large business. Fcr a year past, it
-svas said tn the traJe, the corporation was
ditcounung its eaies through a comrmsinon
house in tnis city.
Against interstate Land and Building Co
operative Association, of No. £61 Broadway,
by these Teditcrs: NecK Head Realty Comp
any. J4««.t; Abraham Lachin, JiT, and A.
•ttainh Greene. Sl2B, all tor merchandise
sold to the company. It was alleged that
t&e ccmrany is insolvent- made preferential
&C!>"me!U£ cf $%?•. transfrrre<i n;t; cnandiae
and assets of &<X ! , permitted creoitcrs to
obtain preference cy it-gal proceedings and
r"m-jved or permitted to be removed a largf
part of its propt-rty. Judge Holt appointed
T^awreiice B. Wolf receiver, under fcond of
ST.;*3. It was staled that the assets consist .
«.-f lumber, building materials an.i ogice
furniture worth $I.'WO and outstanding ao- j
counts of $1,000 tor work and materials ]
furnished by the company to owners of
I various buildings. It was also stated that j
many creditors'had called at the offices of j
th«i company, but were unable to tind the
officers thtre. When the receiver arrived ;
ct the office of the company he found very :
little to take charge of, as all the office s
furniture was removed by a city marshal I
on Saturday, and only a lot of papers, fir- ]
cuiart. etc., was left en the floors. The j
company occupied five rooms; a dispos
sess notice is posted on the doors. The |
company was incorporated en May 10, li»0S.
with a capital stcck of ST-OO.GOO. but never'
had any rating ai Bradstreti's. The officers j
were J. Alexander Anderson, president; A- ]
Henry Marshall, x-ice-president; Victor T. j
G'erara, treasurer, and Edward J. Sherry, j
n^anajrer. The ShtrifT received an execution .
against the- corporation yesterday for $459 J
in favor of Lutz 6i Sneinkman. Two other j
executions Issued a few weeks ago for JU^G
were paid.
Against L. W. Sweet & Co. (corporation).
:!i;-Lalment lewolry dealers at No. 170
Broadway, by Waiter T. Kohn, attorney for
these rriiitors: Lto Konn. H.H."O; David
L>anav.-, 5305, ami Julius Davison. $500. It
was alleged that the corporation Is in
solveat, made preferential payments of j
SS.WO ami tr:tnsf..rrL'd merchandise and ac- J
counts of (5.C00. Judge Holt appointed Julius :
Henry Cohen receiver, with a b«nd of $2.5(''.'. i
The corporation has been •erxdeavoring t<> j
maice a settlement '.vith creditors at 40 cents (
en the dollar, which w;is accepted by all 1
but a. few creditor.-;. The business was 1
started in 1880 by Leonard VT. Sweet, and j
was ißcorpomted February i>, liKi^, with 1
a capftai etock of SaO.OOQ. which was in- j
erected to IMW.OOC in ISM. Mr. Sweet ui*d en ;
Februar>- 21. 1309, hut it is said he had had
practically no Jinnr.cial interest in the com
pany for two years previously. A meeting
uf ureuitors was hel«I yesterday afterno«jn
at the o2iee of Oppenheimer &. Arnold, at
torneys lcr the company, to consider a
settlement, ilr. Oppenheimer suited that
<m iieuount or the bankruptcy proceedings
the bt-^t offer V.f. could make now was 23
cents on the dollar, payable 10 cents cash
and 15 cents on th< dollars, at four, eight and |
twelve months, lie said that the liabilities
were ?[-6,'X!O. of which 541.0'» was secured,
and the nominal assets $125.wi in stock and
Instalment leases, most uf which have been
pledged. lie €ftiiinate«l that the unpledged
Etock woui'l not realize over 175,000. Nothing
d< rlnite was decided upon, and the arp"p*- !
::i«.nt at Z~> cents will bf sent to all credi- !
tors to try ti» get their irigr.jtures. ;
Ajrains* the Steel Electrotype Company,
of No. 204 to 310 Fast 2Cd street, by th<r-se j
cr*-ditors- Knys.l Bank of New York, ''J.i.i
Acclpn F.litz, 5250. and .Mark Si'.goin-an, j
H'Jj. It was alleged that the company Is !
Insolvent, made preferenti.-i! payments ofj
ELaiX*. transferred merchandise and account? t
cf &SGO ar<i removed a large jjart of Its !
proi>crt". Th*^ crmuany v.-a.s incorporated j
on November 17. 1308, with a capital stock of '
{300,000. The company absorbed tiie ljUFinoss .
of the Leuchter Process Company, which J
was started in April. 19C8. August Leachter |
became president of the Steel Electrotype j
Ccmrany. Assets are estimated at E>o3.
Agai&st Max Kaufman, haberdasher at j
No. ICii Bowery, by these creditors: s-a~;jh j
Kaufman. fI.STS. money loaned: Louis Ku- ;
benstein, 138, and Max Mayer & Sons, K. It j
was alleged that Kaufman is insolvent and
admitted in writing inability to pay his
ti^bts. He began the business in September,
Voluntary by William G. Aniet. of No. 04
"West -Sth Ftre-t. with liabilities of J^.GOl |
ar.d assets of $107 43. consisting of accounts j
of JlO7 ar.d cash in bank of 41 cents. Mr. j
Ames hah In business seven years a«
an illustrator and «J^signer ot work fo*"
business houses ami maker of catalogues
and booklets.
Voluntary by Daniel 11. Mac Donald. oar
penter and builder. No. 4283 Park avenue, ;
with Habilitk-? of $5,043 and assets of M, I *'!, [
<'Gr.:-isting of "cash. £4. ar.d claim tor work, j
labor anil services. $2.9*7.
Judsre Holt has apiointed Robert A. In<-h !
receiver in bankruptcy for the Jacobs Com
pany, manufacturer of vau't lights at \'o
SC: West Jith bU'feL with a fx-in'i ct 52.000.
SOUTH AFRICAN GOLD DIVIDED.
I^ndon, Oct. 10.— The Bank of England
to-day obtained CjO.'M of the tCSO,CO> South
African cold available in th«- op^-n market,
i^nr? India and the Continent obtain-M ti;c
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Famished hy Vau Schaick & Co.. No. 7 Wall |
Btrct-t.)
niJ.Vsk^.i BM^sked.
•J::it»-4 Ky. . H ! < 14"* i<-oMo!i I^iirU. — .1
,i v incon:es fil '* fi-U I do ir.come* 1?. 1«
!>„<« ... M.i 8S ! N Hy i Lsh JI7 1«s
SB4SVT — " lU & I'r, w P f mi ks
do tr.cr*m<.-3 " "^ I <!u 4Mi« KS K»
tin ls^tß... 41 4.1 I Char <■ It Sn.irtrt i<r,
Seaboard Co l^fe -'» .'Chnr i" El 5f i»»l J).',
<L, Ist pf.. -• "'•> \^pril Tru-...'J'»» 21."
do "d pf.. ?> 4 - : nion TTMt.. 7<t 7'i
c.-b AL *s SJ 'i J-4'.i I T>-.irJ Nat E.IJO IHO
"" doIO-j-rTM. b'J** lf« ;>;M & r>ep...14.-. 147
Conso! Gas.. — lu3 ' Maryland Tr. 7'» 7«
"4,3 OS mo 1"! j_Nur Cent R.v.1:3 iirr
FERRY COMPANIES.
■ Bld.A*k«?<l. DULAaked.
Bkrja r r.s.. '-•* -^ 10th £ 2=4 St. no 37
J! PUtCs.IOO I"'> do h»r.<is... m 70
STTAHFCBa f J4 Union I^rry.. St 13*
NYft EH. •"•" 3S j Uo JM fa... 04 M
do Jet is.. 55 IS 1
CLOVERSEED PRICES- \
TcUdc. Oct. 10.— CLOVE ESEUP-pOUsh rnsiH
Ottot-r &i'JZ2~t' Dfcceintitr, ta Uirs; March.
»i« 15; AL&lKß— Prune. October and Deaf.mc^r.
J^ITS: TIMOTHY— Pri2i« asd October. .•»* It
UTICA CHEESE MARKET.
ruca, :«- T, Oct. 10 — Last vttli 1 * pric« for
rr.*t3« to-<Uy «a tie Ut!:* Dairy
Saarl cf Trade TSs «alti 2 lot» 1«lte«
Tvhue 170 tozea 14c- 2 !wt lire* coiortfi, HO
bo-ts. li; 12 lota tmaU •KT.'.rt, Oil* bcxtt lie.
2S iotc erriall ceiortd. I.a7i, boxe*. — . trial. 41
ir-.rs. ii.iyj' boiM 1 «iei»— Creamery. -'1 twt, a» j
HEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 11 101
1 MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
»w York. October 10 1310
Keeas. hacs <;:;0; Raisins (Call, Pigs 8.«)0
Flour bblv i:.!'^:Applcs. bble ic.725
rioj; «c^ ; ; . . :ta i poiaioo. bbi* . . . . 4 .r,«
lornmeaJ bags.. hb >" «:i5
Wheat, bush :...l77.tsW:CranDerrie». pkgs 70
Corn, bush ...10!>.l-> T , r# . : fruit, rl'.«s 3.0t>7
Oats, bush .... ffU)25! Rosin, this - 1.867
Ma!t. bu.«h: ..-■ ■ spirits turp. bbls. i.;..;.
R»ci> nkt-- . 13.* 30 i Tar - bb ' 9 . . 168
Hey. tons.;;.".. [>'S --"• bbl ?L .... <W1
Stratr tons . (>v Molasses, bhis ;;20
MlUfoed tons!:. *» Oilcake, pigs.;... - ■-•
Orass sped ba^ 3 fil°i 1 ' !übl buls ---- W<7
!Ur,p,. bales... • 4.-.3!Olco stock. r kr=. 142
I*ef. bbls Ho : rranuts. baps.... 4 !,2
Hams, ok« ..• loi Almonds, pkga.v. «-jtj
Kacon p:^« ... *■»! Tobacco, hhdr.... -s.->
LaraVftcsT. i;v'.Tobac-f. t^ s $,
I^rd ir'.-s . 4.7i«' Tobacco, pkgs 2,2*Wt
Tallow \tkc«i ... 50: Whiskey, bbls . KM
nutter. pk|s.... ' "' : ' 1^. 00 - bal " s •"•'»
Huttcr vkkr C.OSCWooI, eackb n>*
Cheese! ukc«" • 2,302) latle, bales . 756
ERgs. Wes 8.655 Cotton, bales 14.075
l>r pel:' - Pk?3 I.4»j Copper, pea 7 825
I'ivo poultn" cts i.'-'> Vl Cop matte, bap;,. 550
• 'rangr-f. <via\ .-s 1.76S Lead, pigs i ila)
■trances (CaD.cs- 2.T4V H;d"^. No 50
•irap* 8 rCal), cts 81^50 ITides. baiea Xi
Plums CCal). cts 4,OoOjHides. bdls 1.995
Hears fCah, ct«. 1..V0; fkins. ....... 26
Peachrs n'a!). r:s 1.0771M055, hales 29
Pn;ne s (Calt. r?s IQ.SSSIWIna (Ca!>, bbls. 215
EXPORTS.
Conu bush.... S,3»B|3eef. t.:-» 403
P^aj bush - 3721 Bacon. !?.• 1.533,623
K'.our bbls.... 4.328 Lard. ft 635,800
Flour racks. .. 10,851 Tallctr. Vtj R3.3U0
Coi-rmcal bbls Usl 'Jr^as", Ib 276.000
Oauuea! pkgs. SO Batter. Tb 3.'«k>
Grass £d. bags 42J* ; Cheese. rt> 10,800
Hay baie-5 l,ls3)Lard oil. gals.. 230
Oilcaie Ib 618.600 1 Cofseed OH. gals 11.363
Pork, bbU .7" Lub cii. ga!s... C52,i!!W
Bc-cf. bbl= 47«»! Cotton, baits... 12,214
EXPORTS LAST WEEK.
V/heat bush... 83.8341 Whiskey, gals.. 500
Corn ius^ ... 147.SS7;Oihneal. Tb 32.500
Oats bu«r. .. 7.66o|OUcake. 11 1,015, CW
Trzr fjeh .. 1.318 Pork, bb!s 9't2
F"ar:s bush . BBBiu«ef. Lbl3 I,3S>
Flour.' bbls.. . 7,773 P«ef. tcs '.^7
Flour racks. • S-.'J^ 1 Bac.-n. Tb 2.42UT7S
OormneaL bbls 1.472 xwuns. It 52,401
Fet-j, rb 20.480 u«;rd. It. 1.673.600
Oatmeal rkr? i>o; Tallow, lt> 1,573.600
Grass s'd. bags 1,2T»7 Grease, Tb 772.
Hay bale 1,842 Biuier. To 12.10<">
Hops, baies J. 210] Cheese, Tb 30.200
AJooheL gals 13.1251 Cotton, tales... 13.8U
CASH QUOTATIONS.
I-on. N No 1 f.51600 : Cotton. irJddl:i:«f. 11.63
Iron, So No 1.. 10 <» '. Coffee. No 7 Rio. lOTs
Stsei l-ails 1^ CO , «uga.-. praivaiated 4.4."
Stini ccp, spct. 12.5U i Molasses. OK. p 40
•Ti:i C 7.09 ' Eeef. famiiv $19 50
Lea 3 4 47- 2 ix.--.et han.s L 3 0->
t-'r>titor 5.05 i Tallow, prime... 7 ':,
Wheat No 2 red 1 <"'- Tork. mess 2125
vCorn, No 2 5:» J 4 Hoes. dr. 100 Ib. ■."'.
Cats. Bt »bite.. 3941 Lard, mid West: 125.»
Flour, llpis pat. 865 j
•Bid tF obo b asc>at.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
N/=w Ycrk. October 11. 1910.
GRAIN" — "WI-IEAT — Market nervous. hut
r ■entlm i pererally ar.d j>r!ec3 closed
at c. net decline of s tg>t. L.i '.itrpool consid
i crab!-.- lower than expected, and rallies, both
I abroad and fctre, were Influenced by reporta
1 from Argentina to the tiYcct ifcat zned ranis
I i.ad occurred and that the drouth had been
' brokea. World's exports were htavv. amount—
j inc. according to Brocmiiall. to 16.952.000 bush.
i a?ain£t 14.544.0j0 last week an.! !4. 160.000 last
vcar. Longs sold quitr- freely on th^ss reports.
I but after forcing prices down about tc there
! was a moderate rally or. tho .exported de
■ create In the visiblo supply, ■vhi' amounted to
i 6TjO.*" i OO bnah. compared with an Increase last
' wfk of 2.725.000 iirA ir; Increase last year of
: S.o»>4.Ci''«'. Late In the day values were easy.
TiC cuierrrr.tnx report, published after the mar
ket mat clcFcd, Bbowed an average yield an
; acre cf shrine rrhtat of 11. S busb and a total
, crop .if 553.475.000, tchicb coinparpri with -11,
| 239.000 trdl^ated ia?t a-omn. This, together
1 with the winter wheat crop previously reported,
1 made a total wheat crcp In the United Staffs
this year at 691,"i.'8.000 bash. Sentiment a?t»r
the report came out was bearish, as tbe figures
[ were ■ what In excess of expectations. Cain
and esport demand small, and export business
fcr the Uay amounted to 6 loads. Xo 2 red
wheat here ouoterf SI Oi!-. e!«=vator and $1 02
fob afloat: No ' Northern Duiuth. $1 •_'! (o(
afioai. CORN — Easy, influenced by Idea! weather
; for maturing th«* new crop and in »spectatlon
of a bearish (tovwument report. Commission
houses were good EC-'lers, and flr.a! figures were
';(• net lower. The report indicated a crop
of S.O-16.W1.000 bu«-h. wr.ich. Ir it prov« to bo
correct, will be a record yield. The visible sup
ply showed a decrease of 610 out bush, against
an incr^a?' 1 last K»ek of 4<T>.f»oo and a dcrrtra-'e
lait veer of 4.".2.<XkJ. Expert sales. 4 loads. No
'2 com here. M»Uo elevator, dfinestic 'is. to
arrive, and f>!> ! »c fob a"o3t. OATS — Quiet but
easier. clr.F'ng at 3«o3 «o net decline. The leoveiT*
m^nt retKTt ind!rat'?'l a crop of 1.0U8.596.000
bush. which represented the lartrest crop on
record. T!i« Visible Bupoly showed a c>cr n a>;e
Ot f>4."' > bugh. compared with a decrease last
week of 59.0*t and an increase a year apr» .if
609.000. Cash cats steady: standard white,
S9Ke: Xo 2. 41V: Xo 3. :«!>•: Xo 4. SBc. RYE—
Steady: No 2 Weatem, BPHe fob New York.
PARLTrr — Qui^t: ma'tir:=. T4'a7Tc c 1 f BaffalO.
The e-overrment report inuicaied ■ crop of 158.
1.".5.0i»0 bush. HEAT— Market steady;
American. "(V •■• i f New York: Canadian, t'.iir:
c I t Ne-x York for export. *The povc-rnmc-nt
report :r.d:cateil a crop of 1.".^22.<Vi0 1-vsh.
f,injir.«» 1T.455.000 last year. BUCKWHEAT
FI.OI~n — Quiet : quote.3 ?2 C^3?2 Af> per 100 Tb.
>FW YORK PRICES.
?-.jtur
"VThf.it: Op*"- H;ch. Low. Close. day.
December. . 1 O."*j 1 05=5* 1 04' i 1 05\i 1 (lof*
May 1 fi:»»4 1 00 s ; 109?j 109% 1 10 J i
< 'on:
December... — ."7 ! i 37 «i
May — «y)'* filH
Oat«:
October ... — .*K) H9V4
r:rcember. .. — :a« : - 4<»
May — 40 7 ;. 41'-i
rXTEBIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Own. Oatf.
To-.lay I. 7irJ.it"> 4tu.(>nt MiS.OOO
I>aj?t w*r* I.TIH.ix'O 479.0t<0 K21.000
Last year 2.3M.U00 494.000 770, <* 0
-.' \<:o Mij) <XKAItA>CES.
Flour. Wheat. fnrn.
To—la-.- :'..',<Kt<) -j:).t«<~>>i P.OfK)
Last -uet-ij rc.oixi l.":;.'<)(> 37.0U0
La3t year 1i7,0<» 64,000 ■iZ.O-'h}
COTTON" — Xcrvous aud irrepular. A sharri
advance from an early decline carried prices
it:to new higii sr;/und lor th^ icascn on October
nnd Alay deliveriea, but oilier niunths <!id not
cruitc rc-ach Saturday's high figures, and later
the mark'.t was unseuM by the annoucepment
ot a local suspension, with the close steady at
or. advance cf 3 points on October, unchaiwrtd en
NuvtmSer. ljut iy-iht ;joints lower on the later
mnntl's. Easier oahlcs than expected accounted
for th«- early d^ciine here and aD^irr-ii to be
about th* cniv bearish factor in th» news. Th<-
BUFpenalon announce,; was accompanied hv a
f-int«-m*;cf that the firm involved had a net short
interest in tho market of only 4.5i>» bales at the
close of business on .Saturday, and lyyonJ its
s<T.limt-nta! effect ha/i very lltt'e influence on
the trading. S^utiirm spot markets were '.*c
lower to l-10c bigiicr. Local contract prlcoa:
Smur-
Op«-n. Hi!.-h. Low. Close. da--.
October... ]4..'ys 14.."H 1-1.30 14. 4*'fi~< 14.-10 14. 4"
November. 14.45 l-5.4."i t4.:j." 14.44i5H.45 14.44
r-ecembpr.. 14.ri2 14.65 14. ;2 14.Wii14.5G 14.."»
January..', 11.0-s 14. Cn H.vi 14.?«W14.R7 li.fZt
February.. — — 14.«»2514.<:4 l+.iy*
March 14.77 14.50 14. C4 14. 7.Tc/ 14.75 14 ■-
j ri! — - — 14.77'" '.4. T!t 14. V1
May :i.SO 14.07 11.7S 14.54514.Pj 14.M
June — — — -!4.*<V/n4.S:', 14. <■".)
July 14.M 14 Mo 14.74 i4.S3Q-14.53 14.9 a
Sfrot oui.'t and unchanged at 14.85 c for miii
''line upland and 14. !« V for miiilinf? Gulf. De
livered en contract. 1.500 hr.les. L4veroool ca^"*:
fi-ot— Ijirga buslneea doinc: sa!<rs, 15.0u0 ba'es:
p;ecu!at:on and tsj^r".. .".'"0: Anieri'-nn. 13.<KK»;
Intftons, 2.000. all American. M:d«iline- up!-;nci.
8.01-i. Futures opened rtendy, uochansvij to t
-,^'int ioiv^r: i-los*>-: ouiet. u ! .-(St4 i-ointß !aw«r.
October, 7.74 d: Odober-JfOTember, 7. C"A; Xo
v*mber-Deeenaber. Decewßer-January ami Jan'w
»,r:.--VebrT:ary. 7.C2?id: February-March. 7.01 'id;
Mareh-Asril aud Aprll-ilay. 7<sii: May-June,
7.«"-'.i-c ; June-July, 7.G3!ad: July-Au*aet. 7b2d.
COFFES — Openitie steady at n. 'leclln- of
2 to o point* from last week. wtilne» at the cloee
■wr»r~ "-ea.iv tit a net I<w of ZttVt points: s-ales.
2.l,."ij'> bacs. llavr>- ciofeil uncbanzed to ': fran:
low^-r. Haml-urg showed a iJecltne i>f H®%
pf^B, "10 vras unchavped. while Santos Fhfrwed
n declint- of Z0 Tow-. The fact thit nbout ft'O.OOa
bass cf nigh »rra-> r.\o coffer: has befc marketed
lierw since 'lie beginning of the «eason ha.- haj a
tendency ta restrlci active iiuyinp. XVarehou^p
dellveriea uf BrazUlan coffee at United Htat' a
ports lasl -..•.-•■k amounted to 121,547 bacA.
r.Raln?t 144,734 lss' xr»elf and 130.994 last >•-*#.
The •> isibie BUDfly cf Brazilian i:j und nfioa; y>r
the T"nit-<l Stat^ !s -J.:»15,:;77 basrs. acainst
Z H~2.i:')l la«t yt-ar a;id :j. 3:^0,377 two vrarj aj;"
frvt msri't dull and barely steady; r.io No 7,
loVrill'-. Local ctmtract prices;
Satur—
Open. HUh. L<i«. i - i".'.r ,i ay .
«->ctober .... — — — VTV.^Mt «.«.
Novi-nibcr ... — — — __, -H1 ■"■""'
riwcmhcr ...S.S.' B.W 8.75 8. iTSVS.so S.S3
January .... — — — N.7Sff<».fK» R.S7
February ... • — ? - Ml<t -' "• v - v >-
March 8.57 8.^7 8.82 s.vj-i.s.M s.; H ,
April — — *>•-"?< «>'4 S.S.I
Ha 3.Sf> 8.89 -•• B.*4tt«.Ms s '.2
i UI { 0 __ ... v-^!:■/s..srlv -^!:■/s..srl «.ta
july .' B.BS 8.88 S.SG S>-'7S«<; p m
AlihiMt — — — «-«S«S.M P.B.T
BeptemheV ..s.o^ 5.33 s.s." [email protected] s.aa
I 1.0 l R \M> STEAI, — Flour^iteady, but i:j
actKr. Sprinsr patent*. $3 i*W OO; wtn'er
MralChts. $4 356*4 50; wint.-r uau-;!t.". |4 60fl
54 :«i; sprtng clean, $4 4OfiS4 60; extra No 1
vitiler. S37des3W. extra No 2 wfnter, tS 400
f.T c.':: K.Tnnax itralffhta. *•! k*'"»j ifi. ryk
FLOrn— ,-tr-n-lv: f.ilr U K '"i-. i ; IT !> . Ji V ;' : € ' n ' ; ' tn
'(. fancy K4 2Sfi*4 40. CORNMtAL— I>uII: kiln
-irk:U. *.t'2r.. BAG MEAL— F'nr w'-ltf h»ml v..|_
low SIKJiSI4«: .-«^r*.-. »130«.51M KK^L»—
Wcstcra ii'iinir. $22; «ian-'H'.l jr.id..llnp, SZ: -»:
fl.ur do. »-J7 M: r*-l «I-*r *-« - 3 ='; st ft 1 ;, lv *-'
I -Ik K22SO eack-- nilddllntr. *2J *■■•'«? So : red
doK J.*r ."rniuy Vhoo, $2* I will IX 20 wctai;
ollrneal. E." 7 '*)
PKOVISIONS— Moderate ly act! v.s ar.,l eaa.
!rr POUK- fiteadT! me* SJl^s l ..o. f am n v
«j'rsi InHia miibs *.':l i'^ l S°. Li.EF IlAilS—
♦•i it>. 13U.C:
. kfEATS-^P
99*1- "tStuM- tV i» «> 17c: IS ft U»4c: 14
u *fea«wiS!
BrK«: kest. We cC.T.pcund. lnHfllO^c cTEAR-
I-.-x- f>'#^ i" : 4r- city isrd. l-tvi^'sc
SVGA'S— LVt"pri«a ct ref.uM *u r ar war*
TA'-.-Vn !-.a<T O->oC*r Slid >VOTC«, Vi 0"* d;
af«"y ? V. 10!. d \ *** her, dull and r^mnaily
aSasiwJ. <."ntriiuril. M - lOc ' mUK(> :,
x-ado. m ... „,c ; molasses sugar. *» test.
- _Bu.in«« fairly meUn at full but
« i^r r oPPER-Stand*«l quiet; spot.
■ 4,v- London dall; spot, at _s bd.
r— ' *rHvnls to-day. *•» tons. L«ku,
•'. --^iV. lieciSvtic. 12.62H«f12.75c; castlns.
1~37*«1 A irtc riN^UnWUed: spot, 27c bid;
fVfnhrr 'fi V'-'ft-c- November. 3.V25©3ec: Der«m-
and Jamtary. 34.00®.V> .23c. Lon
•xi, ana j futures, £ iao. LEAD
m^t"^ 4^4 12 "« Tort 4.22-©4.27^c
F^t%7r!ouN- London. £12 lbs »d. SPELTEU
»o't «T. 7-.-.lllti 25- No 2 Northern, $1^ 00*9**
\irtaw Inn* iron certificatea. and un-
MOUSES A>D «-KUP^-Stcady and un
chanjrcO. (iTORES-^P""- tr.rpent'.ne was
higher here l al ,j at Savannah. Rosin nrm .but
without important chance Tar steady. SPIRIJb
— X."FPETCTINE Machine bbls, BOC. TAR — . v
7.60 c ROSIN Common to good strained. 6.40 c;
B 'OIL^-Lin?eed oil was uachansed, hut firm.
Refined petroleum unchanged.
COTTOv-f.r.n OO^Eaaiar early, opera
tirns due "to active liquidation in October. la'.<
in tbe session the market was steadier. Cruel.;
01] firm in the Booth, with li*r;t offering?. Final
prices 3C3 points net lewer. Loral contract ,
prices:
tatur- !
rtr^rt High. Loir. Clwv day.
s-,v-»s -,v-» — — — s 4:-.t.-.. t-.fiO
October ' 5.40 5.40 ».S3 8.3r«r?«.40 x.42 1
•SaTembeVV" 758 7.5S 7..-..". 7.59 ,7 •;•- 7.C2
January.... 7.4S 7.51 7.47 7.52©7^8 I-: 1 ,
Fefruarv . — — — ■ ».-ViQ7.6T> 7->>>
Marc 1 -. ■ ; 760 7.60 7-. 7.6:;'7?7.»-:tl 7.G8
Kay......... — — — 7.7137.76 ;.7^
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
Xew Torlt. October 10. 1910.
■BASS AND FEL\S— Kecsipts, 206 bars
b«ana and 20 bags peas. Soma weaknesa in do
n:r>stic wiiite beans because Of the heavy arrivals
of foreign stock and near approach of larxer
shipments of new comertie. Trade «]■- !■;• -i
kidney in light supply, and tboe is quits an ex
:wt demand. Prices unsettled. Lima favors th«
bsjcr c^rxfh peas Etendv. BEAN?, marrow.
1909, choice, bushel. $3-553 05: medinm. I«.<l'>.
KWIS2 5J- pea. 52 5." imported pea. 1010, $2 20
<?fs2 30; medftan. $2 15.?52 23; yellow <ye. $3S
$510; biack turtle soup, !W9. S3®f3l<h Ilmn.
California. 1910. $3 3JSS3 40; PEAS, Scotch. 1210.
bacs. bnsheL $2 47ra552 M.
BUTTEK — Receipts, ?.026 pk« Slight. "
firmer on ia~.cy fresM creamery. Medium Quali
ties in lsra-e eupply and pressed for sa'.e. Process.
t acton' aad packing stock slott; last named favors
bcyers. Creamery specials. fi>. 3O'-jc: extras,
I ■£.<• firsts. 27S£5c; aeconda, 255261-; thirds. 24^
j 24 : ic; stare dairy tubs, flncst. 28c; goo.l^ tr
I prime. 23 ! (27c; common to fair, 23524^c;
I : roceES Erpeclals. Tie: extras. 28%e: firsts. 24©
■ 25c. seconds, imitation creanv?rv firsts. 240
j 2.".0 i factor-", June make, firsts, 23@24c; current
I make firsts, 23c: seconds. ?£H:c; thirds". 21©22 c;
! i.r..-k:n=r stock. June make, :-o 1. 2.""723^c: cur-
I rcr.t malcp. No .". .- — L 2O: No 3. 20@2HkC.
I CHKE.se — Receipts. 2.502 boxes. Little if
I ar.v change. HigheFt grades of colfTed in fair
! dc-rard anJ firm. While not quite fo active us
cclored. bat fancy grades steady. General qual
ity of receipts is attractive. Highest jrrada
ekirr:s in fair — and and firm, wttli some espe
cially attractive lota hoi.: even hicher than qtlO
tations, but lower crades drag at lower in-: i
n-rular figures. State, -whole milk, Fpecials. 13' i
©17c- average fancy, larpe or Email, colored or
v.hite lO'nc: choic?. 14\^il5c: food to prime.
14«14Hc: common to fair, tl^ilo-ir: sV:ims. spe
cials, I2 a ic- avfrape fancy. Il I »"'i | l2c-. avera«n»
fne. lO^i'ailc; fair to g^-od. common, b<3
7c. full skims. 2-glc.
I EGGS — Receipts, 8.683 casts. Arrivals
Ug-hter an.l prices Ehot\- farther up-rrard move
rntnt on all stocit that shows a good proportion
lof n';-K- egps. Ordinary qualities, oontaliyxuc a
rcajoritv of shnmksn. "woalt bodied stock, dull.
with cmsiderabVe accumulation. Sturugo epsa
have fair movement in prlma and lower grades
at 25c downward, bat little in higher r-riceJ
lots. State. Perm and nearby, hennery wbitea,
fafcey. o^t-iOp; ordinary. SCSof-c: gathered. HOTJ
G«c; he!d. 'JT-fJi^r: ht-nn»rv browns, fancy. ''•- i
34.-: fathered, ."•. ."ir; common to srood. 25<3250:
Western gathered" whites. 27533 c; freeh (rathered
1 selected extras. 3Osf3ic: extnt firsts, 273"JS l ie:
i firsts. 25%@25%c; seconds. 24'S£T>c: thirds 22S 1
23c- dirties No 1. candled. 20%©21Hc: No 2.
' IS^SOc; poorer. 154?17c; checks, best, lS^fl?
' I9';o; i-^or to fair. 12ftlS.^; rt»fiigw special
rrriTit?. fancy, 25H'S2-' ! c; Srsts. lM^2sc: secoada,
4^.<~iT.V--- thirds. IcSLMc.l c SLMc.
(T>4 — DRIED — Nothing n*w In *« spot
evaporated ipple market. Spot cbeps offering a-t
around 22 s <.c. sometimes lewer for poorer Qtuulty.
Future market quiet. Octobers-Novembers or
fered at th" close at Be f o b up the state snd
here. Novemr-ei-s-Pocembers nom'ral at 77 3 *'-
Raspberrlea arm and higher. Huckleberries
quiet, though held in Instances abore Sgnraa
given. Ch<'rriea and blackberries nuiet but
Etrcng. Apricots steady to firm on Moorparka
aad quiet "on Royal*. Peacbea easy Prunes
firm on the medium Fize.". APPLET, evapoimted,
fancy. 1909, IT). 10c; choice. S^'ROVic; prime,
jobbing sales. S^S^ic; common to fair, tf4v7*sC;
chopped. 1010, 100 P), $2!50@52 75: Hundred,
quarters tb, Zi'Sh^c: slices, 4%95c: RASPBER-
RrFS. !T>, 2^»-924'^c: CHERRTES. i::^^^
BLACKEERRIKS, 7HSBUc: HCCKLELEK
niEi. Ist- 10:; APRICOTS. California, MoorparV.?.
J'JlO, 14<oi7c; Royals. ll^i(8 1 14 c; PEACHES. irK)»,
peeled. 12'altic; unpeeled. 11)10, I Be; PRUNE 3.
IW3, 4 'i loc
FRUITS- rP.E.SH — Appl" market i» little
more active at unchanged prices. Earti<;rt pears
average a little lowei ; Secke] and Kieffer sell-
Injr wei! when fir.". Choice quinces firmer.
Fresh arrivals of peaches sold quite readllv.
though Elberta baskets did not exceed SI 10-
Plums about done. Grapes steady: bulk stock
coming in more freely and prices a little higher.
Cranberries quiet: trade inactive. Grapefruit of
4H size sell well. Pineapnics unchanged. AP
}'LE=-', Alexander. doubl» head bbl. S2so@si~so;
Mclmosh, $2 50a$5; Wealthy. $2 50©$4 25: Grav
enstein. ICintr, Twenty Ounce. Fal! and Holland
I-.ppin-and York Imperial. X^'iS4: Blush. $2 25-g
$4; Baldwin. .-I 7*.vis:j. Greening, S2#sß 75 Snow,
$2 7ofrfS4: Jonathan, $.".'us.'» 50: Eon Davis. i2®
SJ W; Smoke House. $2@s3 GO: ordinary kinds,
$1 Do©s3; open head bbls, $125#5223; CRAB-
Ai-Ti.i: ?n-al!. S«"(i?12: Wrpe. $3@ss; far WW
orn boxes. ?1 7.".a52 Co: i'EARS. Bartlett. bi ■:.
.--.'. kesr, $1 sO'aS2; wish, $1 25^51 75;
bb!. $3@so: kes. fl 23@52; Beurre U«sc. bW, $3
'u(r> si>: s!»'urre Clalrgeau, .*2 5i>5?4; Beorre
d'A&Jou, Ifheltion and Louis' Bonne, S2 .".u ;
common. $175©52 s<l; liiciTer. bbl. SI 25f;$- -3:
I^e Cor.tp. $150©52 50; QUINCES, bbl. $2 50@$4;
PEACHES, Western JfCW York, rarrier and hi«h
hat !>askets, 75c'(iSl 75; 2 basket crate, 60665 C;
Western, nu^ii. S 1 •■>._. : •■-;• •:. N<>w York.
baskets 20c#91 15: Pine Island. :iO'ay«ic; up
river. Srrirr. $ieslso; basket. SOfj'.tOc; 2 basket
crate, $I@sl T.>; 2 pony bafk^t frat«. ck*&7oc;
V.-ot Virginia, la<=k"t. 65c® $1; PLUMS. 8 Ib
basket, 10633 c; PRUNES. 2Ufe:iOc; <JFL,VPE.S. up
river. Delaware. 2<) !l> earner. 70c r >;sl 25;
Niagara, ti'-ct/Sl 2.": black. ♦;siy % '<>r; Western K«w
York, Niagara, 20 lt> liasket, .M!t' ( >oc: 4 T!<. 14©
13c; black, 2"» '• basket, 5(."55i>c; m Ib, 20024 c;
4 IT 11013 c; black, in trays, ton. $45&J50;
whit". $M': Delaware, ?»►">*> %"> ; CRANBERRIES.
»)bl, $4@sß; crate. $1 2.V./S1 .W; MUSKMEL/JNS,
Coionidu, stan.iurd crat-. $:<fis4 W; peny, 425TJ3;
liat. 75c'fUl ."«>: GRAPEFRUIT, Floniia, box.«
$2 254£54 50; PIXEAPPUS, Floriua, crate. «1©
•••■3 2.">: Cuba. Si 7."vjs:; 25; Porto Rico, Sl^JSiTi.
UOTb — Fairly active buying in Oregon from
10@13^ic, but otlier I'aciric Coast martcets arc>
quiet, lii Xew York i^tatu lower grades weal:
aiiJ o(T»ring at ITiilSc. but choice lioid rirmiy
v.l 2O'r>2;.\ though not active. Kn>wprs nhowlng
a little more Interest, but transaction* moderate.
Foreign advices report rirm markets asid a sood
uema;j(l in lx>tli England and on the Continent.
■■* • \ \- :• STRAW — Finn on top grades of
timollii'; steady on medium and low tcrades?.
Clover rsixeil and clover hay improving; of
ferinffs moderate. HAY — Timothy, prlmf,
larK" balfb, l(t<> lb: $1 12%; No H to No 1.
Soc@sl 10; shipping, 70c; packijiir, 45 'n r.Oc ;
clover, mixed. oO@Usc; pure, tiOQTiic. STRAW
— Lontr rye, 50@C0c; oat and wiieat, 40&43&
I'OI.'LTKV — ALIVE — Receipts that Were un
;..ad"d. 44 ears by freight and :ibout 3 csrs
by cxpr*-^«--. Some 20 to 25 cars more that
have arrived sinco Saturday noon arc on the
tracks. While trading is fairly active for
the holiday. bu>crs arc in want of fowls.
which are in very small proportion in the
r<M-fcipl«. and prices were advanced to 37c.
Chickens plenty, and prices declined to 15c
for carlots. Other HVB unchanged. Express
receipts fairly plenty and sellinp slowly, with
ho'uVrs inciinerl t (1 lick 17c tor fowl 3 aad Hsc
for chickens. CHICKENS, spring, express. Ib,
IGo: freight. I.V; FOWLS. 17c: P.OOSTKRi=.
1-c; TLKKEV.S. 12<in" ir.c: DL"'"Kt-", nearby,
17e; Western. ISc: GEESE. ISc: OL'IXEA
FOWIA pair. 6oc; PIGEONS, pair. •JM.
DRESSED — V.'illi !:irh!fir receipts and invoices
the f'-"rl:::ij is rmer on chickens, thong gen
eral tiemand moderate. Heavy fowls arc
scarce, and would esceed (luotatlons If sold
alone,' but most of the receipts are small to
li^edinm fiz^s. and such grades slow end Ir
n-Eular. Western spring turkeys and pprlnir
ducks show wide ranj') 1« prices. Nearby
chickens, cprinpr ducks and pfrusbT nominal! l
uncha:ijf<-d. Fresh killed: TIT.KEYS. Wt-st
ern. sprinsf». lb. ltiii -'•(•-. old, arerao best
hens o- loms. 22c; fair to jrood. lS^2oc;
liIiOILEK.^. Philadelphia, fancy i>qu;it>. pair.
-'it;i."oc: funcy. '■'. to 1 Ib to pair, Ib. 2SQ24c;
Pennsylvania, i'.'^ 2«ic: Western, dry picked,
v l:k f.d. Ifl@2oc: eel.-cted. under 4 lb to pair.
Ib. 17o; O1i!o nnd MlchUran. Bcaldcd, 3 to 8S
ii> J<'.c: CHICKENS, spring. Philadelphia, over
H lb to pair, iv»'7 21e; Pennsylvania, li;S18c;
Western. or>- plck^i. r.i:!k f>-<l. s 1.0 10 lb to
Dair. 17^a©tSc; 5 to 7 lb. 15»16c: selected,
luifffc. 4 Ih and over. each. lb. !•;♦: lrt'-<-; av»r
age run, l8HO14c: Ohio and Michigan. . selected.
4 li> -nr.d over, lti'.i y:l7c: scalded. Mveragf-. 15
*il."iSc: Western, scalded, selected, Kirs-!. 4
It- ar.il over, each, Itjfi I6',i<": average run. lH'-i
■lil4c: Western and Southern. 12'oi;»c:
I'OV.'T 9 Western. Ijm\»r. <lf>-, 4* lb anil over
(■, dozen. IKo: 42 10 -!7 tb. 17c: 4<> lb and
under I<>c; Western, iced, dry nicKed. "! : . to
-'i:. !b Irt'^c; 22 1 * to ."*. !b. 1 5 ft 1 > - .c :
r>i : |r. and Michigan, scalded. l--ed. IH^.r; other
n>stern< IB*?; Southern ami South I -■■'■■m.
lnuoiiJrl; Western an<l Boutbern. 14O1Rc;
OLD COCKS, 12Ur: DVCKISSGB, Bj)r!;ii,-.
1 on« Island and Eastern. I* 1 -' 1 : Pennevl
v'-.i,i r , lit.- Vi r e»»frn. Sfci.'.-: GI'KWE. ?pr!ns.
Boston. --I*-: BQUABR nrini* Inn?" . wh«»«.
• li.zen. f2W»»$4: «iark. 917.1012; cnlls, 300
TC«t OTTIJCEAS. Miring. w« '\ lb to pair.r pair.
$10t%i T>- i-nr'tr :i Ib. BROS3C
GAME Only ft moderate movement, but
r "pOTATOKS J » v «» VEOKTAISJ.KS—
liiinrovln* "n Maine iind Jersey white potatoes.
Fa stern Slinrc sweet potatoes higher. Carrots
nnd cabbajres Metier. I'»as nn;l string beai:n
rniin VTncinla doinc ■•••■. ■■■ . :■■■ and yellow
.•n.riU m-ck squasa hiEher. Tomatoes dull. r<>-
TATOBS Main*, batr, lIOCI 80s I^nriK Island,
buik hLI. SI o'.>ti?2; Ktate. 1M) Tb. 51 50a$1 75;
i.r^ev round. I.OV $1 7SI/S1 P0; Ion;,-, SI CO;
HWBiST POTATOES. Southern, übl, $1 <!*-.
Jersey doiibl-he-i.l bbl. SI 60«»2; banket, NT.> 1.
JjiiWwif'- UHLVSELB SPROCTS. ijuart. BOlOe;
BEETS I!"* l'»ncl.e«i. $1 5T.«?1 .'.O; CAniJOTb 1 .
bbl or be* fl«*2s 10ft bunches, fl: CABBAGES,
ton I7CW: 100. «='"?»: bbi. SOQTSe; LKRT,
staM and Jf!««y, ,l«./.en rnolH I.V'jv.V: ttst,-,
.-rat.- »! 3iW»2: ■AI'UF': W R iarrn bbl,
t22SeS3SO; b'r.all, $1 2r,iis.T. cr»to. 75-:tjsl;
I^orir Islam!, ehcrt cut. bhl. SI 253*2 5O ; iotic.
-r, : - . «•• " CfCUMBERS. Western New York.
V "a>ftWc; Lcne Island, bbi. 51 SCrSr: US .
Shelter I-!and, SI 75^*2 60: Jersey an- Lrng
(■land ba*ka SIIISI M; Boston, box. 73r«J$2;
ruC—ITBER PICKLES. Jarae-. bbl. $I«J2 .".0;
Wwte^ VeT Tork. 100. 201J30c; backet. 7SOSOS
i-HICORT backet. 35078 c: ESCAROL. 83C«Sc:
FGGPLaVT.- Jerssv. fcbl. 50cT51: bucket. 2A^
l'<u- r.RKZy: irk. !■>». 7', -an 75. LIMA
BUANS rorato. ba«UKt. $1 25J1J1 75; HaeJcentack.
hajr *iaii;o. Long Island. fl'ffSl 1«: Lon? l£l
•mi and Jersey, flat. 80*75- LETTUCE. st»to.
bask't .lOrjil'. TVestern Kew Tcrk. basket. s«jc
*?$1 25; ■": dozen box. 7.lc©sl 23: Norfolk. l.osket.
-Sl@JOc; MUS'IEOOMi?. hothouse. rh. 10946 c;
OKRA. Jersey ion. lO#12c; peach basket. 2T4*
75c: box. Wc©3l i".; half bbl basket. We#|l •"-).
ONIGXS. state (uiJ Western, whlto pickle, bash
crate, $ifrsl 37; other white, crate. <B08ae;
state, yellow, bug, $1 fOiiSl 70; state and West
era. yellow, no it. t\'aV 25: Oran«« County,
red. fcaip. JluJi 37- yellow, $1 2T.@sl 50; Connec
ticut Valley, yellow. 100 rb Das. $1 10£ $1 20;
whit*, bbl. S2SOOS3: I>onc Island and Jersey,
yellow. Si Jf%sl 73- red. $ISsl 50: PEAS. Vlr-
Kl.-.lu. hair bbl basket. $100g$2 50: PEPPERS,
red, cheese. l,bl Sift SI 60: other rod. 7r.<-tfSl 1-;
basket. ."!<>vf «oc ,' green, cheese, bbl. 85c95l 12;
bull and Song, Gor#sl: susiar bbl. SltiJl -3;
tasket. 23§rH)c; PARriL.£7Y. n«arby. 100 bunches,
"."ic'tfjl; Western New York, basket or box. 'S> v
OOc; PUMPKINS, bbl. Bo>»S73c: ROMArXE. bas
ket. SiQfiOc; boxes. 40®70c; SPINACH. basket.
80650 c; SOUP GREENS. 100 bunches. 75c$r$l:
STRIXG BEANS. Virginia, green, basket. 3Oc#
$112: rrax. :»*"tfsi 25- SQUASH. Hubbard. bbl.
BOcSJl; marrow, 50©'75 c; whit" or yellow crook
necJj, SOrBfl; TURNIPS. Canada, rutabaga. $1;
I-tfnjr Island and Jersey. 7.VSSI; white, sack,
50&73 c; 100 bunches. '?: 50© $2; TOMATOES,
nearby, box. 25<95£c; Albany, bush. .V>«J-75c;
WATERCRESS. 100 bunches. Sl^fl SO.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New Tork. October M aBBI
TI*EEKLT RECEIPTS.
B-evea Cows. Calves. Sheep. Holts
Jerwy City a.35H — 2.3t» 12.164 8.1*3
f-!xtict!i street.. 1.270 81 2.057 6.&71 —
Fortieth street.. — — 141 — 10,01-*
Lehl»h Valley.. **> — 1.218 3.360 —
Ontrsl rnion.. 2.057 — 631 12,887 —
W'eehaTvken . 'M — — — —
h-cattering ..." — -■■'. m ?-'t 4,U/>
Totals . . .10 VC. 104 8.505 84,413 22.904
Totals last w'ic.12.770 76 6.178 61.13) 23,00 > >
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
Lira Qrs. of
Shirper aad eteamer. catt's. b*-ef.
Morris Beef Co.. Oceanic ..... — l.l 1
ilorris Beer Co.. Celtic — 58*
Snlft Beef Co.. Oceanic — '""
Swift Beef Co.. Minneapolis 13 *♦*>
SchwarzschUd 6. g.. Minneapolis... 354 i" 1 "
.1. Pliaiaberg & Son. Minneapolis... 221 —
N. Lehman ir Bto. Mir.aeapolia... . - >r »-' —
"W. L'anjcis, Tnni<ia<l 20 —
Total ei^orts 813 3,832
Total exports last week ■ • £*7 ::,SHB
Boston experts this <=>.-<; 604, —
Baltimore exports this weak. - 483 —
Montreal experts this jveei -*.3>»«l —
To London . 1.02* 3.256
To Liverpool ÜBS* ■ =; -'">
To Glasgow- ... 407 —
To Bermuda and West Indies -'' —
Total to all ports 4.251 ■ * : -' ::
To-al to all porta last week MO 3,50~
QUOTATION'S FOR EEBVES.
Good to choice native steers 565 £"25
Poor to fair native steers 4 ¥*% •"> 6n
Oxen and stags 8 «3O@ 5 ••>
Bulls and dry' cowl 2 25<S °"
Good to choice native steers one year
aso 6 SB* 7 So
IIEEVES — P.eclrtE for two days. 227 cars.
4,."-< i h<a<i, ia'jl -iding 48 cars for the market; 40
cars for -sale, hat 4 earn aXXtved too late for to
day's trad-;. Opening vras — and s*->i"3 trie-!
to advanco prices, but with heavy receipts at
Chicago and Ptttsbu*-? buyers heM off. and there
was a dragging trade at just about steady
prices, with choice heavy steer- firm. Bulls firm
anil cotvs steady to stror:?; yards well cleared cf
early arrivals, " Mum to choice stper3 sold at
$5103*698 p»r 10>3 tt>; bull*. *;-{3oes4 40; cotvs.
*2 2.V;s4.v> heifers. $4 SO'&SS 50. Dressed beef
alow at -:■:•,• native iidts, 7SSc for Texas
beef.
Hairs — S. Panders: IS W«a4 Virginia steers.
jr.?> n average. ?•; 75 per 100 Ib; 13. 14' G tb.
?(170; 17. 14©8 n>. $6*"»; 17. 14f«J It.. .«'? tO; 17
Virstaia. 1433 lb. s*> •»: 17, IOCS TT>. ?G CO; 20.
1115 It, $■- SO; 2 cows. 975 Tb. $2 70; 1. 8&0 It.
$2 25: 2. SOS th. $'-' 30.
Newton fk Co.: 17 West Virginia steers, 12*.">
ft ■?.", SO; 1> ISO."i ft. $5 «(»■ I*. 1316 rt<. $580; ID.
1142 r- $.' JO; IS. 1105 lb. %'■.-••: 15. i2t2 Tt.
?.. CO; 18, IM7 rb. S5 45; IS. tI.TS Tb. ST. 4').
J. Fharrberg A: ton: 2.", West Virginia steer*. |
1445 Tb. $6 35: 21. 1G44 r>. $8 oO: 8. 1-05 lb. $•>; ,
;<•. 1131 Hi. $5 65; y. 1128 V. s:-35; 1. 1100 Th :
55 20 -- Virginia, 1275 m. $fiCO; --• 12"" Tb. ;
$i 75; 21. IL*?7 B BITS; 2 nelfers. IOBS tb. $4 SO.
llcP'.ierscn & Co.: IS> Kentucky steers, 1344 tb,
«r, 50; 14. 12."v2 It,, ?R4O; 20. 1230 Ib. ST. 73; 4.
1200 fb S3 10; 20 Virginia, 1291 it, 50 40: 20.
1-00 It)! *•; 4"; 20, 1183 tb. ?•! 15; 15, 12;>8 Ib.
s<; io- 15. i27.t rr;, $<; «:»; 20. nr.B n>. $s»0; 22.
Il*lI I *l Ib. $5 «0; 21. 1157 tb. $." or);o r ); 21. mo Tb.
$.".35: 2 bulls. 1060 Ib. $4 40: 1 Virfinia heifer,
1150 Ib $5 60; 27 cows, 105+ lb. $4 50. t>. 10T.O rb.
53 83; 13, .... 1, 720 It.. $2 s»>; 5. V-*i Tb,
v ToMb & Shannon: 5 bulls, 1066 tb. S4; I*> cows,
01 J tb, *;>'.
Nelson * McCabe: 2 oxen. 1500 !b. $4 50: a
bulls. 103 T. IT, M 25; 7. 014 Tb. $4 IO; 2. 5.55 rb.
S3 75; 4 cow.-. D«» 5 Ib. is«»; 2. **) a. S3: 1. SOO
Ib. $2 40: 11. 712 lb. $2.»; 4. 574 Tb. 52 25. - -
J G. Curtis & i'jn: SO bulls. 074 tb. $4 25: 5,
BBS Tb, 54 15; 1, V.X) It), $4 10; 3. 800 Tb. $4. ">.
604 Ib. JSSS. 1. 530 tb. $3 50: 1 cotv. 850 Tb. $4;
4 g*7 It $a P0; 1, 000 Ib. ?3 60; 2. 900 !b. $3 Z'l;
l! 1000 Ib. ti 10: 7. 716 Ib. 40; 2. U tt.
"it. 11. H0III3: 20 bulls. 001 a. $4 25; 4. 630
Ib. $3 75.
\ndrew Mullen: « bulls. f2l Ib. $4: IS «wj,
&37 lb. f.-J 12 2 ; 7. 711 It). 52 40.
John Ducey: 2 bulls. 1120 Tb. $4 20: 1. 780 Ib,
54 : 2. 670 Ib. $3 75.
( » I VK» — R»-C"int3 fnr two days. 2.3:;9, ln
dndinK 1.544 for the market. "Veals and grass
en steady: Weetara calves slow to easier. Com
rr.on to choice veais sold at *>!'?l I pr 100 Tb;
culls and throwouts. $sfis7: grasaers. $4355,
and a tew to feeders at *5 23; Western calves,
$435t>23. Dressed calves steady at 14£?17Vic
for city dressed veals. f»Vi<fj>lsc Bar country
dressed and eSIOo for dressei gTassers asd fed
calves.
Sa!---s — W. R. Hume: 69 veals. 154 Ib averape.
$11 cer we Tb: 14. 139 Ib. flOSO; 8. 147 rb.
nuSi; -. 130 Tb. $S; i:; mixed. 250 Tb. $7; 4,
155 Tb. St>; 2. 2(X> Jb, $5 50; S graspers, IBS Ib,
IS; 19. 214 Tb, $4 73.
J. O. Curtis <& Son: 6 vealf. 152 It-. 511: ."S.
159 Tb. $10 75: 33 143 Tb. $1050; 80. 12*' tb.
$10 i" 7 1M Tb. 18 68 7 culls. 157 Ib, $7 5O : X
190 Tb $7; 10. 15.-5 Tb. S« 50; 6. 132 Tb. $«: 5
erass.-r!». 232 tb. S5; 20. 2f>l Hi $4 75; 1 >«ir
linsrs. 4f,0 rb. $3 50: I. 390 Tb. $3.
Jcllif.'e Wrtirht & Co.: 17 veals, MB Tb. $11;
21 lt>7 Tb $9 50: 7. 201 IK $8 •; eolto. 207 rb,
$7' 2. 225 Tt). ?«; I grasH*-n>. 230 Tb. M 2T>: ."0,
218 lb. So; 04. 183 Ib. $4 75; 2 yearlings'. 435 Ib,
$3 r.o .
Veiwon & H^Cabe: 1 yea!. 150 Ib, $11: 4*. 142
ib, .Mrt.'*); (>. 157 Tb. $S; 5 Bniaaara. 220 Ib. $4 75:
1. 280 Tb. $5: !(, l'Jo Ib, $4 50; I** Western calves.
2"i!> Tb. $4.
H. H. Holiis: 2 veals. 170 Tb. $11: 2. no rb.
JIC; 3 cull?. 143 It.. 55 50; 30 prassers. 245 rb.
$5 23; 34. H;." ( t! $4 50.
Andrew Mullen: 1 voal. 140 Ib. ni: r. 02 Tb.
SS73- 20 graspers. SB) Ib. SB 12*4 I"*. 177 IT),
S4«2 1 s; CO. :;4!) T»}. $4 50: S. 170 Ib. S4 50.
g. Juflti & Co.: H7 Western calves. 224 Ib.
S6 25: 77. 2-25 tb. $6^r.: 25. 29« tb. $5 75; I.;. HE
It?. $5*30- 33, 282 rb. $5 50.
Tobin A shannon: 2 reals. IB Tb. $11: 43. 143
n $10. ,<>; 2. 9S Tb. $10; 4. 100 Tb. $S: 2 culis.
ri". r. ?7- 0 175 Tti. X s<>: 9 Bra.«s°rs, 242 Tb.
ri Sander?: 15 v-»U, iso ib, $11: 10. 129 rt>.
$10 50; fi cuil?, 138 It. $«: - 175 Ib. ?5: 2, 90
Tb, SO; , „, _ ,„
Kern?. Commission Co.: 2S veais. 131 Tb. $11:
51 In<i*:»na calves, 34>9 Tb. $5 25; "■ ■ *—***> is?
r.> ?4 50
MePhersoa & To. : 5 veals. 110 Tb. $11; 2. 103
TT>. SS; 2 culls, 85 Tb. $5 50; 57 Kentucky calves.
P '.NT* I^V^niS — Receipts for tyro
/.avs. 55 rars.*or 12.411 head. Including 2* '-i car?
tor the market. Sheep In better .leaiand. ur...
KOOd aheep firm and h'.sher; lambs active arm
tr n^- 25.- hitrher than Saturday an.i SUo higher
than Friday. The pens were clerred. Oirr.xfln
U. ihoi-.-c shc»p sol.: at $;:tts4 C2-^s per 100 Ib:
cull* at $2fi?2 50: m*»<liurr. to choicp lambs at
$7Jt$S- ciiiitf at $sJ:*ti: •.*-.-».ri!r!?s at $5«55 ....
Dressed mutton rteadj at 7^"?Uc; dressed lambs
bicber at H*iei3*sC.
' gates— Newton .t Co.: Z^ W«»t Vlrartr.'.a lamb.",
74 rt. arerare. $8 r"r lot - : ]:>«.. 74 Tb. $h: 1^.2.
74 Ib $)B 2fi«, C 7 Ib, $8: 215 Ohio. «7 Tb. $7»;
II W<st" Virginia culls. 43 rb. $5 80; »? OMo
sheep 03 T?>. <4 •"-'»: 2 West alula. 110 Ib.
$1 r.O; 15. 03 Ib. $3 ZO.
S. Sanders: ISO Btata lambs, n n $. ..>: •«.
S' Tb £7 75- 2^i>. 7<t Tb. $7 W. 11*7. «3 Ib, $7 50:
..,)- Pennsylvania. 7£ Tb. S7 70; SB2 West Vlr
q-r.la <"5 Tb. S7 25; 2T.4. 64 Tb. $7 23; lt> 'tate
tu"t>" 74 Tb 55: •« Fennsyivania. 53 Tb. Jo: «
etate yearlings. DO Tb. S5 7.-, 10 West Virginia, 77
••, $5"- 15 state iJ.eer». 113 in $4 50: S. 143 It-
JH- 2 100 tb. $3; 7 West Virginia. 90 Ib, $4; .
state culls. SS Tb. .s2.v. „
Tohln ft Siimncn: 2<32 state lambs, CO Tb, $. .-,,
SV 7(i TV S7 7«'i- 05. 5» Tb. $7 13: 13 cul's. 52 R
Sd"'S. 4". Ib. .«s'o; S sheer.. 117 TT>. '• r-O; 10. 60
tb' $4 25; 8. 104 It>, $4: 4. &5 Tb. $3; 2 culis. 70 Tb,
s••'•5 ••'• tiaus fc'aturiUy). 2^o state iambs. 73 Tb. 57 25.
Kerns fommlMfcn fompany: ll»5 Pfr.r.svlvania
lambs 7fn>. 75: 17. ?0 Ib. $7 63: 0« state, 7S
!b *5S- 11. 61 D>. S7 7"; 40. ?5 Tb. $7 tO: 138 In
.liar.a. 75 7:\ |750: 82 cuills. 54 Tb. $3 50: 10
Pennsylvania. 43 Tb. ST. .-•"». Z4 Pennaylranla
sUeep" US tb. $4>:2!j: •;-■■• $3 50; 29 Peaa
fivlvjinia. SO Ib. $2: 64 state. •.'•■•' Ib, $4 C2^s; 4
Indiana yeaxllnss. ~ Tij, $.". ."*>; t» state. 79 tb. $'>.
McPberaon vt Co.: fiS state lambs. 6S Ib, $7 .",O;
13$ Virginia, Cl Tb. S7: 4 state theai 82 tT>. *3 uO:
t-, virgiia.i. M n. $:j25: so culis. 75 Tb. $;:••'>.
T G Curti3 &. on 217 ftate lambs. Si Ib.
$-7.V 15 70 It, $7«."; fl. 85 lb. $7 •"-" 3, 110
II S7 0": 4< Vermont. 74 Ib. $7 73: 7 cvii.«.
4ft Ib, $5; 11 state she«-p. 143 Ib, $4.23; 2.
135 lb. $4: 4 Vermont. 120 !b. $4.
H. II- Hollls: lf>B Vermont lambs. S* Ib.
$7 80: 23 Vermont sheep. 125 Ih. $4 %&.
j.-tlif!'^. Wrlcht ,v Co.: IP"' state iLiEbs, 87
lb. $7 75: 8 state vv.ccv, 127 lb. $» 30.
W P.. Hume: !'.2 suite lambs. 81 lb. $7*o;
41 ill lb, $7 7.-; 137, SO lb. $7«2' ? : 802. TO
Ih' S7«0; 17, 53 lb. $7; 52 Per.mylvania. .8
1!-' $7 mi: 44 state sheeo. 1K» lb. $•*-
\nilrow Mullen: 133 Ftar.» lambs, 73 Ib.
<-'wn- 2 cull she*p^ as lb. $2 5«.
HOtiH — Receipts for two days. 4!> iii 'i car*, or
COI4 hen<l. including !.'•■>«» far the market.
Prleea \-.-h-<<' lmver. a? s:>Ss!»3i) par 100 Ib
for heavy to lißht weleht». Country ■!:■>■»«' '1
Yw stea^v nt 12H*>'3V;.- per lb,
s — W. R. Hume: -'^U atate hogs. 1«M1
li> aver» re, $:* M d>t 100 ib: 3 roughs, 2C3 li».
$S- 7 "..'l7 'b. ST .10: 1 »ta«r. T.Zu lb. $5.
S Banders- S3 state hmn. IOT !b. $9 SO; 41,
•65 Ib. 59 30: ** rouph«. 343 ib. $«.
Tniiin t Bhs,nn»m: 0* stat« ho^s. its lb.
$9::o: 4 roughs. 4t>u ib. IS.
Km-«-« Cnmmis*ion t.'o'niiany: ".0 state aogs.
170 lb, J9 50: 1 nv.iKh. 020 lb, •"•
OTHER CATTLE MARKETS.
Chlcaso. Oct. 10. — • •ATTI.K — Rpcelj-^ts.
•„, '„m> stonily to 19c lower; ■■ .-m, *•> ~s<:i
$S: Texas steers. $4 'Js©ss.l «; ■wvtt-m. *-l_ls
QrfOTS; stockrrs an.! feeders. $3 40053 73:
cuws anJ heifers. $^ 2.*^ $« SO: calves. $7 .10
(©slo HOGS— Receipts. 27.000: mUnW for
heavy: others ntroni;; littht. M4"I <a : ■••
1-cavy. $7 !M>«f $8 "."i: rouch. $7 9»t*SS !•»: Rood
to choice heavy. »8 lOtf*.i7.v p )ir». $h-Ss!< SO;
bulk of sal's. $S 30-ff »S «.'». snKi'P— Reortpt*
i.r, oof»: •toady ; native. $■_• &ft -ts* ."i: Western,
tS7Stff4SS; yrar!itim 5. i :^'. . v:- ••' tambs.
nmUrC $4 S"^s7 !5. Western. $1 7.. | $7.
East Buffalo. Oct. to.— CATTLE— Receipts.
3.700; *oo<l. l«'flJ.-.c higher: common sr»aijr-.
prim* steers. *7 .'.'. »7 r»0. •hipping. *a,s*7ro:
butchers. $4 73Q-sn£s; heifers, $4 3O»sti;
coirs. 53T3915 85; bulls. $3 73553 30; «tock
ers and feeders. S4'J33ss 75: stock heirers.
{4354 40; fresh cows anrt printer* •'•».!.'.
X2*£M«. VEALS — Rer«fpts. LMO: a.ctiT» ana
2Sc higher : frt"3jEsli. HOCS-n»e«tptf.
C^.sfO; fair!;-- activ*. and 251150 c |OW< h«avv.
mlse(!. Yorkers and piss. |0. rmirh«. <~ ••''•'*
»TTft; •%jr». *«?* dairies. MT3»f» SHEEP
AND LAMBS — Receipt?. 17,000; ac«»e an«l
•toady; lambr^ ?5 50557«3, yearl!a«-s. I- 1 23-$
*.-..%0- wethers. ?450S$4p: a few. $.-»: ewes.
SaMaSB; sheep, ■>■■«■ $2<3S^-*O-
Onclnnati. Oct. I..—C ATTLE—R eceipts.
••4-'tJ strcne: 10 higher; fair to good «hip
"„ $.-, 50?J50T3; common. $2 s<i •?«»«».
rfA<'3_Jueceipn«. 3-<544: 20c 10-wer: batrherw
indVhipoers. W85»l»t»: common.* BS9 4*
— Strong: receipts. 1.0.2; *2ti'*«» !W .
Lull., strong: $2 '0 v? 90.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. Oct. 10.— Rain in Arseatisa. big
•world stlpni»-m» and an Increase on ocean pas
sago all combined to depress the wheat market.
Even in the face of an unexpected lessening ->C
the vi?lble supply. Hosing prices fhewed a net
loss of %- to ri«»"»c_ Other lendlns slapies
♦ini'hed on the down grade — r^rn. i»c to S&Vjc
under Saturday night; oaU. '-.c to ttV'+c. ana
provisions. aa to 3oc. The breaking of the Ar
gentina drouth fr* v * the first do-wnward shove to
wheat. For a while the on!» stMtalnir.* tnS-J
enc« was the fact that Northwest receipts *rere
lljrht and t^at "hcrta were willing to take profltf.
Traders peneraUy seemed disposed to await the
government report. Foreign selling- here, how
ever, was In evidence. lnclncSlns ■«;»« orders
from Ba«nos Ayrps. Bears held fall possession
of the pit until Sssres appeared making the
amount of wheat la ai*ht la the United State*
CZS.iKO bushels If** than last week, as against
an tacrease of :!.03»».0t)0 brshels a year ago.
This led to considerable ftaqrlaa] and rallied the
market %4 from Hal low point of the da The
recovery " wa« aided by complaints of dry
•weather in Kansas and Oklahoma. At the c!cse
December ranged from f»7^iic to 97*ic and ■■>-
ished %c off, at ITlc. Vjlt.^9 of prices:
Sator-
VvTieat: Or?*". Hltrh. Low. CTo»e. diT-
Decemt-r... 97H 97% VfTUt »7H CS l *
May I «nS lKt\ i f3'* IC2S I^'i
jalf »H 0S?» 'Jii'a M v » ©y^
De^eraber.. 4»'i 4»'i 4» 4S» 4»^
iL,v -'-2 1 * 52* 83 ■ 52H
July -J ■ W5» 52S 62S W
D^nbar.. 92%, K'i ■« »3 «J
May X> T » 38 53»4 3->-» 2*t»
July . ",% •"» •* '< "' - —
January.. 10 32 •">«> tf> 47 10 so »83
May..." 10 10 10 1«> l'>oO 10 0O 10 10
January 920 "25 »2O »2f> t>9
May. . ." ft 15 0 2f» 012 3IT 023
Port:
January 17 ■ 17 4" 17 2T. 17 2S 17 4.
May 16 CO MIS 16 55 IS 5-'» l 1??l 1 ??-
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liv«rr>ool. Oct. 10. — WHEAT — Spot da!!: fut
ures stea^v; Ocrr.ber. 7s • '"» ' ■ Decemher. 7a 3*4'!:
March. 7s •%* — i^pot easy: American
mixed. 4s \')>\: futures quiet' Jar.tiary. 4s si4<l;
F'-bmary. 4b :'i~. PEAS —^r.ii'r 7s.
FLOUR— Winter r>atert», 3<w. HO at LmaAaa
fPa<-m<- Coartt £.1 10»'3£4 ss. BEEF — E*tra
I-iia mess. 137» «d. PORK— Prime mess Wea<
ern, U2a 6<i. HAMS — Short cut. <??* «d. BACON
Cumberland cat. 773; clear bellies. 74s At:
lone cl^ar nidilrs. Mghr. 77s 6fT: heavy. 7%s 6d:
•>-ort c'e<"" brxrks. «!?« fid. SHOULX>ERS—
60s. LABD — Prime V.>st»rru t;«rces. t-USs: Ameri
can rcSaed. pails. «4s Sd. CHEESE — Caradian
j>r.«t w^ife. nr--wr. r."s *?d; rotore-i sfis. TUP.P-
S.VTTNE — Spirtts. 54s 6d. ROSIN I—ComircE.1 — ComircE. !•"•-.
PETKCLET3!— r.^ftr.ed. 72. LIXSEEU> Oil*—
47-. roTTOXPKED OH— Hull refined— Spot.
31.- '«T TALLOW- Australian In t,-.nd.->n. S-'s 3d.
Umdon, Oct. -RAW STTGAR— Centrt^isa:.
10s 0d- nriscovado. SH 3d. BSET SUGAR — Oc
tober, .% 6%1. MN'SEED — Apr*l-Ji:n«.
B3& L,lN'??*rD OIL — Ms 3^. SPERM OIL— CC
PETROLEUM — American taad. 5 IS-M spir
its 70. TURPEXTIX3— Srirtts. 54? 6d. ROSTX
— Am-r'-an strain-1. t3a .V '.-,-, l»s lO^ad-
An-trero. Oct. 10— PETROLEUM.— 13 franca
30 centimes.
ELGIN BUTTER MARKET.
EJjrfn Oct. 10.— BUTTER firm. 2Dc; output.
604.700 Tb.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
TV ABASH.
• 13-j/) tfx-©. TOOK '
Ist tve-k in O-t. *««t4.lKf> «fr.1.«14 ?r~M.145 j
July 1-Oct. 7.. 5.ry.6.034 5.059.81S 7,528.00S j
CHICAGO & ALTON" :
4th irk. In SeDt. 5305.332 S- > »T.' i 3 $252.77.-
July 1-Sept •"••'. 3.137.253 3.591.33 3,37?.433
GEORGIA SOVTHERN & FLORIDA.
No. of miles... 305 3OT. 33.1 j
: 4th wit in Sept. $70. US $37.27f> 543.4<">7 !
i July l-sept. 30. 553.545 SSB.2C 445.7G2 j
TOLEDO. ST. LOUTS & WCVIEBI
4tii wk. in Sept. $72,413 $73,174 862.400
Jul7 1-iept. 30. »71.624 0&».35S 907, XX
TWIN CITY RAPID TRANSIT.
: 4th wk. In Sept. $a? 5.141 $172.i77 r^s4.3T*
: Jan. 1— 30. 5.361.135 5.12K-72 4.760,600 i
WABASH.
Menth of Auir. —
: Gross earnings. ?2. 756, 973 S- V .'";24.i*7 52.378.97%
i Expenses 1.763.&62 1.»42.22& 1.4K.526
Net »l~!-e? $968.01.1 r>51,037 $015. 112
. July 1-Au^. 31 —
! Cross earnings. *." :0i.4r«»5 f4.552.532 *4.434,95T>
i Espenses ■ . 3JB9^QO 3,217.7*2 2.812.5U
Nft earnir^s. $1.571.«W $1,644.7^ $i,j42. I >il
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Month c* Au«— 1010. 19«». Increase.
Gross earnings- $1.544.'.«7S $1,379,320 $1«5.15S
; Exp. and taxes. 1.173.49* 1.025.258 115.22S
! N«t earninss. 5371.482 $354,562 $16.U20
! July i-Ao» 31 —
Gross earnings. $3,047,224 $2,741,370 $3C3,«54
jExp. and taxes. 2,344.767 2.050.428 294.339
Net earnings. $702,457 *»WO.fr42 $11,313
WABASH-PITTSBURG TERSIIXAL.
Month of Aug. —
( Mileage 63 63
Total oper. rev. ?S3.;M'» $«>.! US $!.\3SI
I Total . p«;r. exp. 53.7j3 41.i7tt T-,176
! Net oper. tar. .31.557 $2?.371 $3,215
j Taxes ... .;...!-> 0.70«> SOO
' Opcr. Income. $25.*57 $22.»>71 $2,013
July •.-Aug. —
Total oper. lev. $156,964 $134,177 $22,757
j Total cper. exo. 105.217 53.44tt 21.771
Net MM MT. $.'1,747 $30,731 $I.olt>
Taxes 12.'/Q0 11.400 «00
! Oper. Incom-. $39,747 $39,331 $4I(J
XEW ORLELVNS. ■— " J i CHICAGO.
1 4-.ii w!i. la Sent. ?;:•>■•*•> $31,002 55.756
j Ju!r t-Sept 30. 4t3.20U 24^.532 70.U.">7
ELECTION NOTICE.
BOARD OF ELECTIONS.
Board of Elections of The City of New York.
General oSic-.-. 107 T\'. 41st Su, Borousa of
Manhattan.
Notice is hereby c'.v-n. la pursaan-e- of
Chapter 22. Section ;{•'!. Laws of 100S». consti
tuting Chapter IT of the Consolidated La-.vs, of
th« boundaries ot each of the Heel . districts
in the Comity d New York, of the designation
Of '.".< pkicß "c* registration, October 10, 11. 15
and 17. ana of the pollins place for the election,
to be held November 8, Itflt). In each of tns
election districts in aaid County, as folio-as:
COL-NTT OF NEW YORK.
3OROLGH OF MANHATTAN.
riHST ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
E.D. location. Occupied as
1. S3 Greenwich st _ Clssr store
'2. l'Jti Urtecwicu st ..Caccy store
2. 17t> Gre^cvica st ...Sho«» store
4. Sul Greenwich at Vacant
5. 2; lAlayr:. st Shoe store
ii. C Mulberry st — . storage houi*>
T. 41 GraaU st Candy sioro
8. 4.'. I riria: st tfhoe atoi«
V. 41f> Greenwich at ...Bakery shop
10. 21» Hudson st Cigar store
11 SI Hudson st Caniy Eiure
12. 234 Sprtnjr st L'nJertaiter
13. l'J4 taring st - Undertaker
14. 13t Thompson st Camly store
15. 11* Prince st Leather' supply
10. l v t> Varlck st Barber shop
17. St!l Hndson at Tailor store
'*. 4 Clurkson st Bnrber shop
1!». 43 Maedousal st — Restaurant
2«>. 34 Downing st - Shoe store
a. 74 Maedi'ugai st Cl^ar s'ora
•_-_•- 149 Bleeoker at rasiry shop
BUUSP ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Z.D. Looatloa. Occupied as
1. •.■2 Broad at , Clear store
2. 2M Pulton st Barber chop
Z. C Madison at ..—.........Tai10r shop
4. ICS Tloosevelt «t Bu.rb«?r shop
.'. ♦."■) Pearl st - Barter shc-p
6. 4ft Mac'lson st Cndertal^r
7. <"v Madiscn St. ..._..... Barber shop
9. 91 James st -- Barber shop
J). 5*3 Oliver st Barber sho
10. CM 'Water st Candy store
It. *7 Catherine st — Barfvr sh<v>
12. !»* Mai:so= «t Barber shep
'::. 62 Henry rt Barber shop
14. 112 Kerry «t * Candy 6 rcr»
IS. !"", PiSe st • • Bartv»r shop
It. ;n rtlnton rt-..; Barter s!<op
17. 2J7 CMrr'.n st Tarirer shop
IS. C*."> Malison st Birb^r shop
Ift. 25.1 Mad:«on St Earbur *hop
20. 41.-: orand st Aucilocter
21. 2*5 E. EroaJ-^ay liirber she p
THIRD ASSEMBLY DTSTRICT.
ED- Location. Occupied as
1. US Leonard " Barber shep
2. 11 O-atbam square . Barber »hep
3. 11 Bowery Barber shrt>
4. 7" Pr.wery Vmnt
P. 142 Hester st B3rser shop
«. l&o • Trami st Confectionery
7. SIH Ilrcnmc st Fnrber shop
». S4l T?room*» st P-.irtwr shop
9. 77 Cnrvntie st Barber «hop
10. ia Bowery . Barber s^"p
11. "4.T i:on.erv ..CirOrr s«h»p
12. 2f"2 Euwfrr . Shoe st<»re
'.;. 41>— "1 TYlnc* st Shoe store
14. 4 H'<*e.-ker st BarNr s'-op
15. >• 2ii * •■ Undertaker
M, 204 Sth st ..... n--hp r «h n
17. "*f* CTh »t Il^rN-r «»-ot»
18. UTT Pth st TaHor nr.^r 1
i'». lf« Stuvv^sant st . TalTtrr sh."!?
21). 4i» 3d av<- Ciirar *tore
21. 210 K. i?rh »{ !»-trh,. r ,h«n
"_". T!0 K. 1 ith «r Harfc*-- shop
•JTT. VN I! 12th st Parher nhrp
2J. 31 E. 4th st Barber sh"J>
fDrn-nt A?sminLY Disrr.i.-r.
ELD. Location. Ocmptec! as
1. si Mont;on>er7 at Ct^ar store
II JarW-^cn *t Barbershop
a. .17 Mcntgomery at Barber sh.-p
4. HO7 Henry st Apartments
5. - WTllett »t Shoe store
ti. «."» ItMse st .- ..fcarb.T sh<p
7. 172 H«iiinc<T at ....l?art>cr s*»up.
.H. 47 Pitt at - Rarhcr *hjp
9. *4 < "blurnMa st Iterbcr shoo
V». 75 Columbia »t Sho« s'sr«
11. - L«wts st Shoe store
t2- X! 7 '.r« •* • Shot «tor«
11. "ft Lewis st — — Barber si»op
I*. SB4 Grand st Flctar* frame*
13. 4V> Chsrrr »• . . Barbe- shop
riFTH ASSEMBLT r>TSTRICT.
C D Location- Occ«ci*il *»
1 . 15 Sth a-.- Plctur-i trarr.aa
2. *1 Bedford «t . Stooe »tor«
3 ."^— i t> co««RMf« st --'.jr*«-i ccuse
4. 2KT Bleecker 3' Barber shop
». Cia Bleecker st — Barber «fton
9. SSZ Ble*cs.er at...^..». Wlßdo-r *ha«ls»
"
STII ASSEMBLY DISTRICT — COSTOI
7. 457 Hudson %t 3aoa ,-.■-.
». 117 Christopher st Barber shop
ft. -'£72 l:ke<kcr st Barber mam
I»». »VJ* Ilucivm ct Barber she?
11. Z7>* W. 11th st Barber abO»
12. 737 W*sh..n*ton st Earber. .... .
13. «lr» Ilailsna lit Barbershop
t*. 4C»t3 *tt> »vi. Irmp ■— — »
13. 731 Wasfeiastoa st Barbershop
1*?. 5 9th «vo Barber shop
17. 87 lfjth a»e .. Vacaar
1">. 117 J»rh are Plumber afca9
19. 2SS W. l"th st Barbershop
2f>. Jit .Srfi aye "...r^-r eh«-I>
21. 12*» 7tb aye Carb-r *-. ■»
22. IS! -th aye Shoo »ton«
2H. 12s> »t!i are TaiScr shop
2J. IS3 »th aye Barber aha*
SIXTH AS3E3IELT DISTRICT.
E.l>. Location. decked s»
1. 2»> E. Houston at Crabre.U star*
2. S3MM . . Dy«in« estaolishSJ-tnt
Z. 327 K. Houston »? « Earber shop
4. 4«i r. Houston st Barber shop
5. «7 K. Houston st earner atop
«. 117 I>ewis at . .Barber aajOa>
7. 4!>l E. Houston st Tailor «ao»
ft. .".7 At.. D . . <-*ls*r •••»•
9. ««2 Sth « Darter aaw»>
•■- •■-: .---.- Barber mm
11. 72f> «th 5t Barber »ooi>
12. «r2T, f.th *t Barher eb©«>
12. 104 Aye. D Barber
M. 7f»> f% OTh »t Barber •-■••»
15. €24 K. Sth st Barber *?•>
SEVENTH ASSOrET-T DISTRICT.
E.D. t^ocatioa. Orrnplesl «•
1. 177 tf.th aye Barter she*
2. I7T» S:h s*a Cigar star*
a. 170 *rh aye -aiaadlj'
4. 133 SU) aye Farber «hi.T»
6. 204 fi:h aye Barter shT>
«. 2iS iith aye C!«rar stor^
7. 24.1 ?th aye Barter *«»
- '■■ ■• f>Ui aye I>aa3«lr»
f». .".OC W. 23d Bt Bart*r nhr^
lrt. 219 3-.h ave Barter sh3s>
IT. **3 XV. 23th st Rarttr »nrn>
12. SIS Sth aye Barber tflwr*
VI. 2^4 Oth ay Barter ahoi>
11. 2*3 OtU aye Barter *c;»
••V 273 &fh are. Barber atwn>
!<?. ."^2 V*. 2»th st E«rher »hep
17. 227 VT. 27th st . Tailor abov
IS. 3t« Sth aye Uchclst«re»
19. 239 \V. 23th M . Barter shot*
20. 2?4 w 30tb st Barter shc>
21. 223 10th ay« . . . Butcher sho?
22. 34» »th aye _ 2*rt«r sScd»
20. 251 10th are Sax» st=r»
EIGHTH ASSOIBLT DISTRICT.
H.D. Location. Occnptei «*
J. 11 Market st F!»n stcn
2. .'. E'rtrld?© tt Barter sfco^
3. 2? PV.JHi st Cyel2« eataMUhraecs
4. 2»?1 Cl:nton at Barker mam
5. 42 Norfolk st .... UnlertaJcs
«. X Canal st . Barber stct»
7. 41 Orchard st Barter sis?
5. OH Chrysiie st nuartMr t-.-.r»
». 2T.3 Broac.« st BmMMM
M ■ IW »!—«■■ at Barber sac?
11. 2*4 ?room« at - Earber six*
12, 7rt Ludlow st ClfH ster»
IJ. 102 Brocraa at Auer!cn<»e"
14. 1!& Essex at Salt «ad *!rt star* .
13. ISO ■■irarton st . . . ReataeMOtj
1«. 133 Lu<J!ow 5t.... _ Parb«r shea 1
17. 42 r.:-- 11 m i st .. Tailor riM» :
anna ASSEMBI.T DISTRICT.
E.D. lx>cat!on. kjpagkjfflp
1. 5Ct "T*. 34th s* Barter she?;
2. 4CS W. 34th si Cadert-^-r:
3 an W 24th st Lauadry!
4. 440 lOth aye .......Barter sao^j ;
5. 413 9rh lv» .........Barber shc^ '■
H 4<?3 Mt» a-.-- .....Barter shot>'
7. 33+ tv C7:h st Barber «aep< #
£. S2* Rth ay» ...............Cigar Mr* '
■ £02 TV. 3Pth st . Vuart
10. 4-'.S TV 3*th st PTnmber sacr> '
1!. CO4 W. 30th st Barter show i
12 i»» J»th ay» Barber sho^'
12. SCn West ."Xteh st Pr*=ter'
11. 2n7 XV 40th st . . CmJertaxe? ,
T.>. 41* vT +'>rh st Barter show :
I^. 402 \v 41st T«n«Tr sho»j
17. ."47 l<?th ay« ...t-'adertakeT*;
15. 553 12th ay» ?ho» stor<» :
19. 5.H) jtith avq Clear ator*.
2L». «i>o Oth aye Barfcar shoo'
TENTH ASS2TMBL.Y DISTRICT.
CD. Location. -- .pt«<l a»
:. BS El Hariston st _ .Taitor »hc^>
2. 217 E. H'>ustcn « Earner siurp>i
3. I'itJ Ist st ...Tobacco stor»;
4. 27 Ist aye ... .Barber soep>'
5. 36 Ist aye Furniture •tor*
rt. tif> 2fl ar? Barter shot*
7. 130 E- 3d st PV-iasber show
9. 402 6th st . Noodle*;
ft. 310 Sth st Plumber shox» :
10. Ell eth st - ?. <■»!■•
11. 441 Ml si 9cor*.l=s »oad»
12. S2S 6th st Tai-cr shot*)
13. 64 7th st Tailor shop
14 IC". Ist aye Caroet stor<»:
Ij. 342 E. t>th st ... Barber shor»
Mi 4::<> E. Sth st . Barber shew
17. 27S El 10th st •>„.T obacco stor%,
1«. 'J4O E. "••'i st *Cut:ery s tor<»
lf«. 54.» E. !2th at Barber shoj»,
|2Ds, 213 Ist aye.... _ Conrec«<awry
ELEVENTH ASSEMB^T DISTRICT.
SXO. Lccatlon. Occupied as
L 317 W. 430 st ... Cigar bos-<
2. 627 Crh aye Rgal «alat? ode*
3. 338 W. 44* at „Bartr«r «!-.•?»
4. •'••"<) 0: . aye Real aatate effle*
5. 644 10th aye Barbtr *aot»
6. 546 W. 44th 8t... Shoe stow
7. 647 10th »v« . . Cigar star-*
<». <U1 11th aye „ Harness mm
J>. sfi7 !Ha ave. .................... .C1ear at^r'*
10. ft>4 9th aye — Barber aton>
11. «M M aye Barber shoj>
12. 572 10th aye Undertaker
IS. . r >l." W. 47ih st.. — Barber shep
14.. 700 l"th aye .....Carter &ioi>
I^. 41S W. 40th e£ — Undertaker
>;. 4^l W. 48 th st Laundry
17. 732 M aye .... rudertakfr
IS. 44« \T. s)!th 3t Tailor secj>
li>. 727 li">t;h ay* ........ Cicar stor^
20. 500 -W. 513t 3t -. Candy stor<»
21 4»M 'VV. Plst st . . . __...... TTn'iertaJier
22. S»V% TC". r*th st Tailor aaor*
23. 7<>4 9th aye Eartxr sho;»
2*. 7iS 'Jth avo f*'.».-. sto-*
JIaUW AHSEMEI.T EISTTUCT.
E D. Loca^cn. Occopied as
1 t«4 Aye. A — Plumber sacr»
2l HT9 E. lC'-i st Pickle *tor»
3. 136 Ar». I>. ». - ........ .Reataurazs
4. 217 Aye. C Grocer"- «tor»
3 .*!O7 E. 12th st Underta»«r
«. S3 Aye. A — Shoe «tan»
7 400 El 14*-S st Prtntiss
?. 251 Ist btp yiUßillllw
;>! 1 :»"; ad &-. c Lajiadrr
10. 2y7 Is-, aye Botcher shor»
It rw i#i Ist «iv^. ....... .......-.••- .Shot? stort%
1" Xi» El Ufta, «t Barber shcr»
£ »-- vve v „ Carter shor»
M. Tos E, 17th st-.- . . . . - E 2 r^T 39 't! 01 *
„ « m . li;t ay- m . Barfter shtn*
VB. Hit 2-1 aye Tailor atcrp.
17* S-4S 2ii aye. ..•.Barter sfccj>,
IS* ."Ch "J av«* Un^ertaie-i
Iff! 339 E. a« st -. .Barber shore
»> .iv> 2J ay CjgftcUMU»T|
%' •■•>."» p •>"-• g| Barber shrn*.
;_ Sib c" 23-1 st. Carpest?? ahOT,i
THui'tKuyrn ASSBiTBL.T DisTßicr.
EIOI Location. ©nrupied *:
1 SO7 V.- U*e« Barbershc»,
£ B3 W. BSd ■■ .._.. .......... » an T ' t r '' :
3 i(« TV. 82.1 ar Barber ator> ;
J 54.-, v.-. 63d >t Ttoan*mmm\
I. yj\ 9t.1 a«e Barberaacr*
« S<C I'Jth ■»v- - Barbrr «hoi»,
-* 7k» titu ava Barber ■her*
Hl* Mth aye _'"■■■ |
1> MH Trth aye - • Barherstjor.,
V) 872 9th aye ■» estata eff c» •
111 -»<U W. .>sth st • ■!***** **+ .
„, (j|^.. »i-h a re Jiaroer »hOT»
1 - i-v- » v ■•
•"
!."• 24 ...... i.onf«ct:anerr
If-" ••- \msterda.iJ aye - Barher ih«»r»
17 221>'v.". '"tst st R««t3iirast
n ~j» w! «2il at Club roosr*
I'J. 107 W. C3d st Talldr«hopi
«•> I>l Vrast»r<lam M» ...... CiaCtuoaT •tor*
a. 2P" *•". C3d »: - Barher ahOf»
S S»S W. tttb st Vacant ««or«
•5" 20-> V.'. 67th at Barter
rOCRTEENTH "MBL.T aW
H. ex Location- Occupied as»
1 4t3 2^ xv<- CUar«oi-»
2* 317X1. 2»t*r st Grocery ««-»
•• 4"l> t-l aye Baker™'
V 40rt IS. nvr Real»stat»c«c«
.1 r*S 3d a" Barker shot*
rt' "07 L". 27th «t Fee-i »tor"»
-' ;34 B 2U-h st Umli i faii»*
S* 422 ."1 ■*• — .... Barter ihcT»
0" "4-4 E- 2">th 5t..... - Uadertaket"
tH. T>4« 2: av^ . Barber ahop»
U. 83 21 ay- BjrberahoT>
12 4VJ Zd arc Clsar stor*
l 5 «,4.-, t s » aye..... -Brrtcher sncr»
iV CCS Ei. 34th sr Barber »hop>
13l »j4 K. 23th st Uidertaker
14. r.47 3! aye Xisar star*
17. s^O F*. £^th s" ..... B&r&er si tt>
ts €o*> "JJ * v « KarJwar- stori*
tr>" u:i^ I" -.tn st Bottle iea>
5) «3U Sd »ye TTsderttiPt*
3. 62.*: ":l art Ciiar «tcr*
•• 750 24 aye • Ssurfcer th<n»
FIFTKE^Tn A^SCiIBLT CISTniCT.
E.3L Location. Occupied *^
;. IX3 ABUttrdssi *v<? _.. Earber aha»
2 147 \raaterdara a*?.... Barber shor>
Z 16-i A mst?ria.m *ye Cigar stor^
4 I£s V.'er-: Ena aye EarJer shcr»
5. 2CI W. CSth st Barter »ho^
rt l l^ COtambßJ aye... -Tailor she:»
7. 5U W. 72.! 5t.... Vacant atar*
> 2i»i'> Croaiway T.»!!or shot*
0. 2toi Drcu.i-vay Tailor aaot*
10 254 Amsterdam jvc .aiior *fcpt>
11 3'-J Columbus aye Liarbrr »fii'i>
15. Ui: jktMterdaa *ye Tailor sho»
U 21. r *3 Brod.lway Tiller shot»
t4 C 52 r >~. M« »f T*!!or*hOT»
15 "t;H \;ii"tte"«lain ive T.tilnr .-:u:»
lit. HU> A m»tenlaaa aye Stattoa-ry st jr»
17 !>*;» Anwtantasa ay» pwoa
• >j. -»."»0 \:u»tcriim *v« lUrber !>ho;>
•>> n W ?«2it ?t Barber ■thai*
•V 142 \V. -«! «f TatKir^hou.
"j" 175 w ?;«! st Earbersuo^
-„" Kroailwa? Harness siion>
:::r s< uth f"UJ' •»* w - <>th "*-• V) tot »«M
"*" W',v«t tin.! aye- Booti
•»». 22 40 <sro.-i.iwey Fluriat shop
~1 S«>.l Xsaater-'asn »v Tailor «her»
3*3 \rr.*XfT&im aye Tal'or stiop
*»7 BCS Amnteriam ay« Barnerahou>
•h" tiia Amsterdam aye L' nd»-rtakej»
•w»" t-13 Anj.ttprd.-xni aye T-i:lor«hop
*aY «42 A.T.«t"r.«:im uv Barrier shot*
21* «R'S .\mstfrtim uv<- Tailor shoj>
saTKE-vni .-Eifßt.T district.
CD. Locatton. Occupied A*
1 T2» 5W «vs — . Sfn» •tor*
• «s*a 3i aye — Ba.b*r aboak
5! »CS 2J ay- _ _...Aactlc=ee
4. (W2 2<J a*» Berber aha^
? 723 SA aye _...— Barber aboi>
< TB4 S<3 aye - '•'.aflat afe»»
T. T» Sd *v« - Barter shop
•. $** 2d aye v»c*na
V» 392 Ist a-^e - Barher aboa»
ta 8M 3d *"c ...Barber «i ■
11. £47 ii *ye CUar •»»»>•
ir. ir^ Sd ay« .. .. Ci«ir HI
13. $«S M »ve^ — — Barter ahoa>
ii mM ay« T >lartaaWal
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