Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, June 11, 1873, Page 6

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated June 11, 1873 Page 6
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w MONETARY. Tuesday Evening, June 10. There are no now features' of importance to nolo la connection with tho local money market. The supply of money at the banks is largo, and In tho market the supply is also increasing. New York exchange sold between banks to-day at par. • • • TUI3 rCODDOTION, IMPORTATION, AND TAXATION OF jxaiXjUOAD iron. We print below ft tabular statement from the bulletin of tba American Iron and Stool Associ ation, showing tbo growth of tho homo produc tion, importation, and consumption of iron and stool railroad bars from 1610 to 1873. From this table it appears that from tho time the tariff went into effect, In 18G2, to tho oloso of 1872 thoro was a total of 3,754,809 tons imported and 6,692,102 tons manufactured, in tho United States. For tho years 1602, 8, and I, tho tariff on Iron railroad bars was 600 per pounds, and from 1606 to tho present time 70c per 100 pounds. 13at for tho last three years about 40 per cent of tho railroad bars imported have been of stool, on which tho duty Is ponta per pound. At 700 per 100 pounds tho total duties paid on Imported railroad bars sinoo 1802, would bo nearly $39,000,000, hut as a largo por tion of tho imports of rails during the last throe years bare been of stool, on which tho duty Is 91.26 per 100 pounds, It would be a reasonable estimate to placo tho total duties paid on im ported roils in iho eleven years from 1862 to 1672, ncluaive, at $40,000,000. But during tbo spmo period thoro havo been 5,632,162 tons of rails manufactured and sold in the United States. It Is presumable that tho price of those has boon Increased by reason of tho duty in something approximating the rato of tho duty on tho imported rails, which would znako a total of, say $77,000,000 on tho 6,633,162 tons. Wo have thus an increased coat of $117,- 000,000 paid in cloven years on thh rails con eimied in the United States in consequence of the tariff. But as tho total of duties on which tho above estimate of increased cost is based, was paid in gold at an average premium in currency of 40 per cent, it is perhaps not an unfair estimate to placo the total incroaso in the cost of railroad hare sold iu the United States in tho eleven years in consequence of tho tariff, at $160,000,000 in currency. But in estimating the 1 increased cost of rail* ' tbo tariff on articles of on rails is only one item, d other artlcloß of ibo the construction of rail loss than 75 por cent by roads in consequence of iron and steel, tho duty < Tho coat of tho thousand oamo materials used in tl roads is increased not iho tariff. iblo above referred to t The following is tho tal s l <il ill nil lleisla. Ilf *l^ I I I Iji sS,! g'ga.l : il • §2.2 rfsl :I? :vl : 111 1849.. 24,318 69.103 93,481 1,309 1850 44,083 160,080 293,103 1,050 1861 60,693 220.330 276,053 1.901 1852 63,478 204,760 357,938 3,020 1853 87,664 358,704 446,056. 2,452 1834.. 108,010 339,430 447,456 1,300 1855 138,074 163,019 291,093 1,054 1960 180,018 188,694 866,613 3,643 1857.. 101,918 215,160 877,084 2,401 1858 103,712 00,804 254,600 2,400 1850 195,454 83,058 270,412 1,831 1860 205,038 140,010 351,648 * 1,840 1801 187,818 89,388 277.900 631 1603 213,012 10,160 294,098 804 1863 275,768 20,600 296,274 1,050 1864 335,309 149,457 477,820 738 1860 350,999 - 63,327 419,019 1,277 1860 430,778 117,878 648,056 1,839 1667 469,108 184,840 640,048 2,927 1803 000,714 800,100 800,874 8,033 1860 503,580 847,600 030,080 4,077 1870 620,000 472,403 1,092,403 6,145 1371 775,733 660,202 1,341,035 7,453 1672 041,992 630,850 1,473,849 0,043 Tho total number of not tons of rails raado in tho United States in 1872, os reported to tbs office of the American Iron and Steel Association bv tho makers, is 9-11,092, or 611,061 gross tons. Ilus aggregate was produced in the following States, the production of each of which in 1872 is given in comparison with the production in 1 1871: Pennsylvania, Ohio Illinois. New York... . ■Wisconsin Massachusetts. Maryland Indiana West Virginia. Missouri...... Tennessee.... Maine Michigan... New Jersey. Georgia.... Kentucky.. Total. ,011.09 a LOCAL STOCK AMD LOND JIAEKET, Mosers. Lunt, Preston & Kean quotas fol lows Hus p. m, * 0-2Osof ’O3. 6-20b of *O4, 6-208 0/’OS 5-20s of ’OS, Jan. and July 5- of ’67, Jan. and July. 6- of ’6B, Jan. and July. . U. 8. 6a (now Issue) Gold (full weight).. Gold Coupons Oold Exchange Sterling Exchange Northern Facldo Gold 7-308. Chicago City 7s Cook County 7a Illinois County and Township 108. REAL ESTATE. The following instruments woro filed for rec ord on Tuesday) Juno 10 : ; cits phopchtt. Sedgwick Bt, bot Menomonee and Linden eto, e f, 25 ft to alley, dated March 31; consideration, $1,850. Wabash av, bet Thirty-third and Tliirty-fourth bU, of,6oft to alloy, dated Juno 4; consideration, $7,000. Halstod fit, 110 ft s of Madison st, ef, 60 ft to alloy, dated March 0 ; consideration, $20,000. ' Lot 48, In Block 7, Holstein, dated June 0; consid eration, S3OO. Lot 60, In Block 64, Soo ID, SO, 14, dated May 23: con sideration, SBOO. . BissoU st, 139 ft n of Centre st, w f, 133x125 ft, dated May SI; consideration. $5,000. Harding av, 160 ft b of West Indiana st, e f, 60x125W ft, dated June 2; consideration, $1,200. Arnold st, no cor of Thirty-ninth fit, w f, 2944x123 ft, dated June 7 *, consideration, $1,200. Indiana av, 42 ft aof Sixteenth st, wf, 22x160 ft ft, daied May SO; consideration, $6,214, Wallace Bt, near a wtor of Thirty-sixth at, of 24 ft to alley, dated April 8; consideration, $760. Milwaukee av, bot Cornelia and Will at, aw f, 35 ft to alloy, dated Juno 10; consideration, $4,800. Lota 7 and 8, In Smith’s Lota U to 10, in Block 1. Maglo k High’s Addition, with bnlldlnge, dated April 7 : consideration. SIO,OOO. > - Lot 23, In Block 2, of Sutlon’a Addition, dated May 10 ; consideration, $3,100. - _ 10 Itowloy’a nft Block 31, w of railroad, In 800 33,80.14, dated May 23; conaluorallon, $l,lOO. Lot 28, In Block 4, la bavin* n 3tf o of avr 44 Seo 28,30,14, dated Oct. 8,1872; consideration, $l,lOO, 71 ft of Lot 4, in Block 23, Sec. 3,39,14, dated May 8; consideration, $1Q,500. Lota 28 and 29, in Block 4 of Harrison's Blooka 1 and 3, In Bee. 19, 39, 14, dated May 4, 1872; ooneldoratlori, Lot 28 of the above, with buildings, dated June 10: coußidtoTallnn, $1,600, > Lota 19 and 20, In Block 3, In Bees’ Addition to Brighton, dated June 7 ; conßlderatlon, $2,600. Lincoin at, bet Adams and Jackson ate, wf, 24 ft to to alley, dated May 31; consideration, $3,100, _ . , . »o»ra or cixv limits. Lota 1, 2, and 023 ft of Lota 13 and 14, in Block 7. In Hundley's Subdivision, la Pino Grovel dated May 24; consideration, SIO,OOO. * T . . BODTU or orrr limits, nif of Gorbcr 42 O&rroll’a Sub division of Lot 11, in Soo 10, 38, 14, dated June 10: consideration, $2,260. * ’ Lote 2, 8, 6. 7, and 10 In Block 1, of Egandole, dated May 6; consideration. $16,000. * Lota 46 and 40, lu Block 1, in Wright At Wlndott’e nw s “° "• 88 - ““ tod “** “: con - Lota 39 and 80, In Halo’s Lota 4 to 8, &0., in John son’s aX»•oX ot ne X Seo 8, 88,14, dated May 18 s consideration, $6,500. * Lot 28, la name, dated May 18; consideration, $3,600, Bloc* lof Duncan** Block 6, of Taylor it Krolgh’s t uof n w % Soo 4, Sfl, 14, dated May 16; eomdderaUon, $625. / * Lots 16 and 10, lu Block 0, of Wlnalon’a Subdivision, SI OOO 0t CC 88 » 14> June 7 J conaldoraUou, Lota 17,18, and 10, Insane block, datod Juno 7: oon ■ldoratloa, SO,OOO. Lot 9, In Block 47, In Chicago University Subdivision in Seo. 7, 38, 14, dated May 26, 1872; consideration, S2OO. 1 wui or cm limits. Lota 188 and 138, In White k Cole** Block 1 of Staves’ esrt of n e Seo, 86, 40,19, datod May 1: conaldoro on, ,1.000. Lola 109,114, and U5, In asme, dated June 0; con sideration, $2,400. Lots 10 to 86, in Block 2 of Jacobs* Block 3 of e W of »o X Sec, 80, 40, 13, dated March 6; consideration, SIO,OOO. ■ ’ uuicu xuaroa 11) ; consideration, SO,OOO. ' The following wore tho rocolptsandahlpmonU of the loading articles of produce in Chicago during ike past twenty-four hours, and for tho corresponding data one year ago t neORIPTR, I HItIPMRNTS, 1873. 1873. | 1078. 3873. r10tir,Tir187......... AYhcaUbu.......... 60,330 10,480 37,020 83,000 Coni, bu,,,*, 341,800 323,405 38,303 05,741 Oats, 1m...... 184,030 102,380 170,401 .33,303 llyc, bu 7,071 1,835 34,010 1,000 Harley, bu 1,150 3,100 I,CCO Grass seed, lbs 18,300 34,200) 22,301 Flaxseed, lbs 87,350 3,000 Broom-corn, 1b5.... 83,000 10,000 35,154 3,290 Cured meals, 1b5.... 23,370 43,1«0| 78,030 03,820 Beef, brie 34 • COO 0 Pork, brla fit 123 Lard, lbs 0,380 28,800 370,000 491,375 Tallow, Iba 24,100 24,881 73,218 38,000 Butter, lbs 05,308 70,180 00,719 134,010 Live boos, N0,0,300 7,032 4,422 8,870 Cattle, No 8,ft09 2,101 8,500 1,7G9 SUoop No 303 101 023 Hides. 140.460 138,480 44,754 35,209 Hlghwlnos, 340 308 201 253 WooL lbs 885,909 50,490 234,801 155,099 Potatoes, bu.,,i.... 0,000 6,093 0,414 300 Lumber, m f00t,... 16,950 - 0,403 3,454 1,807 BUtaglcs, 1,230 0,705 ‘ 789 1,471 La til, 1,173 510 214 338 Balt, brla 0,140 .2,532 3,720 1,320 yesterday for city con ,t; 0,871) bu com; 1,285 Withdrawn from store sumption t 8,438 bu whoa 1 ba oats 5 06 bu ryo. Tho following grain baa boon inspected into store, this morning, up to 10 o'clock: 109 cars wheat { 832 oars com; 10,200 ba No. 2 do by canal,; 70oars oats; 10,000 bu No. 2do by canal ; 8 oars ryo; 2 oars barley. Total (621 oars), 235,000 bu. In view of current events, it becomes impor tant to know whether or not a man may bo al lowed to buy property for which ho is nblo and ; willing to pay on dollvoiy; and whotbor or not a man or set of man have tho right to say with whom be or tboy will do’ business. Tho right to do the first Is denied by scalpers,’who, havingnd money themselves, fail to soo what right any ono elsobasto own it. Tho second is denied by shysters, who hold the Board of Trado in espe cial abhorrence because it interferes with their foes by chocking litigation. Between the two it is rather hard sailing, and it is no wonder that legitimate trade should occasionally languish when tho discouragements are so groat. The loading produce markets wore slow to day, but generally firm, not so muoh because of a good demand, as for the rcasou that offerings were light. In grain tho shipping movement is very sluggish, ppd tho receipts increasing, tho consequence of which is an augment of. our stocks in store that is anything but healthy at , this season of the year. But the'rain of yester day, with tho prospect of another storm to-day, outweighed those considerations, and caused strength in prices, both hero and at tho East, as it revived the fears of a great many that tho summer and autumn will bo wot,;liko tho spring, aud 'prevent a bountiful yield of anything but grass. Dry goods were leas aotivo than on tho oloalng days of last week, though tho distribution of staple and fancy fabrics was respectable in tho aggregate, and jobbers generally seemed satisfied with the day's soles. Prices wore not subjected to any material change, ruling steady. The grocery market was without a now feature. Tho continued increase in tho domand for sugars it Is thought will result in an upward movement of prices, bat tho largo supply will operate to pre vent any very pronounced advance. There is a rather quietor fooling in coffees, late Bio advices | being interpreted as loss favorable for holders. Blcos, spices, syrups, and soaps wore steady and fairly firm. The butter trade was reasonably ac tive, both on local and shipping account, and the prices current earlier in tho week wore easily sustained, soles making at 10@240, as to quality. Bagging was steady os previously quoted, Stark’s at 300 ; Ludlow at 36c; Lewis ton at 81o; and American at 020. Prices of ohoeao wore without quotable change, but tho increas ing supply ana the prevalence of warm weather is inducing on easier fooling. Cool remains nominally unchanged. Tho fish market was poorly supplied, and dealers were bothered to fill orders; hence prices wero very firm all around. Tho present scarcity, of course, is only temporary, ana dealers do not anticipate any immediate change in quotations. Dried fruits remain quiet, with moat descriptions easy,prunes being tho only notable exception. There was a limited amount of trading in hides at sub stantially former quotations. Hay was in mod erate request on local and shipping account, and sold at yesterday’s prices. Nothing now was noted in the leather, tobacco, pig-iron, and wood markets. Oils mot with a liberal inquiry, and woro steadily held at 18>£@19o for carbon ; 7Jo for extra lard : $1.00@1.06 for linseed ; 87ofor whale ; and at 50@670 for tupontlno. Tho demand for lumber at the yards continues active, tho trading being confined mainly to tho common grades, fencing and building lumber. Thero was no particular change in prices, ex cepting that fiat pickets wore quoted at $12.00, and lath wore 250 off. Other common green lumber is rather weak. A largo fleet was at tho docks, and there was a fair number of buyers around, and the market was moderately active at the range of prices ruling for a day or two past. The demand for building ma terials was only fair. Quotations woro without alteration. Common brick is hold steady at SG.DO@7.OO perm. Metals, noils, and tinners* stock were in tolerably fair request, and steady. Iron was unchanged. Prices for com mon bar are shaded now and then in effecting largo sales. There wore no new features in tho hop, wool, or broom-oorn markets. Green fruits were in good request, and firm, with the exception of apples, which woro alow, being al most out of season. Poultry was salable to tho city trade at former prices. Eggs woro firm at 12K@lSo. • Hlghwines were steady and rather quiet at the ruling price of tho past few days. though re ported #o lower in Now York. Bales woro noted of 'l5O brls at 000 per gallon. Lake freights wore again moderately active at the closing rates of yesterday, at Go foe corn and CX° f° r wheat by sail to Buffalo. Shippers hold off till late in tho session, trying to force fur ther decline, but finally yielded tho point. , A total of 14 charters was reported, which will car ry out 51,000 bu wheat, 219,000 bu corn, 80,000 bii oats, and 4.5,000 bu ryo. Provisions woro quiet, but firm. Moss pork was in fair domand, but generally hold above tho views of buyers ; wo quote it 10@20o per brl higher;- cash lots being the least strong. Lard was 5o per 100 lbs higher, and moats unchanged. Thero was not much demand for either, but tho receipts of bogs are foiling off, with a cessation in tho demand for summer packing, and tho prospects now arc that thero will bo much loss competition - with tho product of lout win ter’s packing than has boon anticipated. The market closed at tho. following rauge of prices: Moss pork, cash or seller Juno, $15.80 @15.85; do seller July, $10.00@10.10 ; do seller August, $1G.20@10.30; do seller September, SXG.OO@IG.6O; - do seller December, $14.00 asked; .lard, cash or* seller Juno, $8.45@ 8.60; do seller July, $3.C0@8.C5; do hoU or August, $8.80@8.85; summer do, SB,OO. Sweet pioklodhams quoted at 10@I2o. Dry salted moats quotable at for shoulders; B^@Bj^o for short ribs; and BK@BKo for short clear. Boxed shoulders, English moats. 8% for short ribs; 8)g@8%o for short clear. Bacon is quoted at 7Ko for shoulders; for clear riba; for short clear, and 13@14.K0 for bains, all packed. Mess beef. $9.00@9.25: extra moss do, $10.00@10.25; boor hams, $28.00 @29.60. Olty tallow, grease quotable atß#@D%o. Bales woro reported of 100 brls mess pork at $16.85 ; 500 brls old do at $16.00; 100 tes lard at $8.45 ; 100 (os sweet pickled hams (15 tbs) at 110. Flour was dull, without much demand from abippers, except at prices so far below those asked that there could bo Utile intention to take bold. The local inquiry was light. Bran was steady. Bales woro reported of 60 ibrla white winter extras (Eclipse) at .$10.25; 100 brls do on private terms: 100 oris spring extras (fancy) at $8.00; 200 brls do (Minn.) at $7.26; 100 brls do (Harvest Homo) at $7.00; 100 brls do at $0.90; 700 brls do (Athlete) at $0.75; 100 brls do (low) at $1.75; 100 brls do at brls spring sunorflnoa at $3.75; 75 brls do at $3.25; 800 brls ryo flour on private terms. Total, 2,225 brls. Also, 10 tons bran nt $9.00 ; and ten tons do at $8.60 on track. The follow ing were the asking prices at tho close: ■ Fair to choice while winter extras | 8.60 310.60 Hod winter extras 7,00 3 5.50 1 Good to choice spring extras 0.25 3 7.35 Low to medium. ; 6,00 3 0.00 Minnesota! (patent) s.uo 311.00 Good to fancy Minnesota,. 0,60 3 8.00 Spring superfine* , g.oo 3 4.75 ■ llye flour. 4.10 3 4.60 Bran...; g.60 3 0.35 Wheat was quiet but firm, averaging nearly ! Ho higher than yesterday, la sympathy with a firm tone in New York, though Liverpool was re ported dull, and our receipts were full in volume. 1872. 1871. .410,529 335,604 .121,923 75,782 .100,016 01,178 . 82,457 ' 87,029 . 37,981 28,774 . 20,242 28,864 .•20,473 44,941 . 23,893 19,778 .. 20,100 6,000 . 15,600 6,200 . 14,620 0.607 . 14,058 13,383 . 0,883 14,000 . 0,185 6,700 . 6,930 ' 7,640 . 4,000 6,000 776,733 Buying. Selling, .117 117 117# .USX 110 .120 120# .121# 121# .120# 120# .114# 114# ,115# 115# .117# 117# .117# 117# 118 109#@110# 100 5c int. 09# 5c int. 09# & int. Bs®Bo COMMERCIAL. Tuesday Evening, Juno 10. mV noon. all Interest being lost In the Juno deal, now.thac tho feats of & coroot have nubsldod; white opera- ' tors on both sides ore afriiid td ttfuoh" tbo July ' option! other than sparingly, till they know what - - effect the operation of tho new law will have on our receipts. At present they are all Jat Sea, ; some fearing that our receipts will dwindle down to a very low point, while others think It'likoly that they will increase in volume, though neither are positive enough to bo willing to risk much on the expectation. There was, however, a fair inquiry for shipment, and tho smallness of tho stocks in store (only about 160,000 bu of No, 2 spring) kept up tho price of cash lots tn a pre mium of #(S>#o over seller tbo month, which again was fully 2o per hu above' tbo price of de livery next month. About noon a fair bnooula tivo demand sprung tip, which seemed'to ho chiefly from tho short Interest, and partially based upon tho prospect of more bad weather, which may seriously interfere wjlh deliveries from tho country. Boiler tho month opened at 61*81, advanced to $1.26#, and closed .firm at sl.2s*#. Seller Jnly said at $1.21#@1.23#, closing at $1.23#, Ballot August was very quiet at $1.10(a)l,10#, and seller tho year was little boiler than nominal at $1.12#, Oash No. 2 spring closed at $1.25#. No. 1 spring was quiet and steady nt $1.60; No. Bdo was in fair demand, closing at $1.16, and rejected do was Arm at SI.OO. Cash sales woro reported of 6,000 bu No. 1 spring (bard) at $1.31; 4,000 bu do at $1.80; 6,000 bu No. 2 spring (bard) at $1.20 W; 16,000 do (hard) at $1.20; 11.400 bado nt $1.25#; 85,800 bu do at $1.25#; 800 bu do at $1.25#; 11,600 bu do at $1.25#; 7,200 bu No. 3 spring nt $1.16; 2,400 bu do at $1.14#; 0,000 bti do at $1.14#; 8001 m do at $1.14#; 2.800 ha rojociod spring at SI.OO. Total, 108,800 bn. 4 Corn was rather moro octivo, and strong, aver aging #<§)#o higher, tho greatest appreciation: being on cash lots, though receipts woro largo and nearly nine times greater than tho ship ments. Now York was reported Armor, but tho principal cause of our advance was tho rain, which was reported to have boon much heavier in the country than In tho city, and was gener ally regarded as a probable sot-Laok in many sec tions. Tho dull fooling In freights, duo to larger offerings of stoamor room, brought out a' bettor shipping demand, which continued, oven after Liverpool was reported to ho 8d per 880 lbs lower. Options woro in fair request, with a moro decided preference for August delivery, than heretofore. Boiler tho month, or regular No. 2, opened *t 04Wo, mid itdruuoad to :89#u at tho close. Sollor July opened at 87#o, and closed at 33#0. Bailor August sold at.4o#<2p 41#. Now receipts of No. 2 closed at S7o.' fto iootodwoa in active demand, closing with 820 id. Cash sales woro reported of 8,200 bu No. lat 8So; 89,200 bu. do at 37c; 10,000 bu do at 8C#o; 80,000 bu do at 80#b; 2,400 bu do at 8G#o; 10,000 bu do at 8oo; 80,000 btt do at 85#o ; 20,000 bu do at 85#o ; 40,400 bu do at 35#0; 15,000 bu do. at 85#c: 20,000 btt do at 35#0; 10,200 bu do at’3o#o afloat; 14,800 bu re jected at 82#o ; 4,800 bu do at 32#0 ; 38,600 bu' do at 820 ; 4,000. bu do nt 81#o ; 7,200 bu no grade at 2Co ; 2,800 bu do at*2s#c ; 800 bu do at 280 ou track. Total, 804,400 bu. Oats woro in good demand, .principally specu lative, and #@#o higher, in' sympathy with a Armor feeling ou tho part of Now Y«k holders. Seller July was most wanted; ibo option opened at 29#0 and advanced to 300 at tho closo. Boi ler August sold early at 230, but J290 was bid later. Sollor tho month sold at 28#@28#o, closing at tho outsido. Strictly fresh receipts closed Arm at 29c. Cash sales woro reported of 12,000 bunt 290: 9,000 bu at 23#0; 16,000 bu at 28#c ; 25,000 bu at 28#o; 16.00U bu at 28#6; 3,600 bu rojcctod at 260 ; 20,400 bu do at 25#0 : 4,600 bu do at 25#c ; 12,000 bu do nt 260: GOO bu by sample at 84o; 3,000 bu do at 02o.! Total, 120,800 bu. Ryo was moderately active nt tho rocont do cliuo, with moro doing in sample lots than for some time post. The drop in prices last-week has brought out a fair demand for shipment. Cash sales woro reported of 4,400 hu No. 2 atClo; 800 bn rejected at Cso; 800 bu by sample at 630; and 400 bu do nt 62#c. Total, 6,400 bu. Barley was inactive, and nominally unchang ed: Wo quote No. 2at CB@73c; No. 3 at 60@ GSo ; and rejected at 38@40c, the imtido in the Rock Island Elevator, and the outsido in other houses. Sales woro limited to 400 bu by sample at !J2q. The following are tUo footings oftho official report of grain in store in this city on 'the even ing of Saturday Inst, and at 'corresponding dates: j Jioif 7, J/tiy 31,- June 8, 1573. . 1673. , 1873. 279 • .... 14,631 in,43l 138,475 151,003 010,613 127,331 70,H0T 41,798 47,723 89,621 rejected winter.., No. 1 spring...... No. 9 spring No. 3 spring No. 1 hard spring, No. 3 hard spring 71,063 39,660 • .... itojpeted spring JM,sr»7 25,437 No grnUo cprlng 1,407 I,COI .... Total. . 441,055 * 875,300 3,125,215 conn. - 25,5(13 48,140 WJ 1,488 217,805 127,080 ....... 3,038 3,533 ....... 25,821 858 . .. Yellow. No. 1 No. 3 llujcctod No 2 kiln dried. No grade New No, 9 .4,026,486 3,800,759 8,302,090 OATS. Total. . 6,217 4,093 22,405 .1,405,268 1.331,874 1,001,331 . 110,001 68,010 00,305 . 1,517 1,278 No. 1 No. 2 Jtojccted. No grade. .1,018,023 1,800,101 1,003,013 ttTK, Total. 6,336 6,036 88,024 223,420 213, Oil 151,041 3,110 2,378 1,780 No. 1.... No. 2..., Dejected, ... 232, m DAULKT. Total. '47,003 CI,SCO 83,203 4,704 10,219 18,433 6,570 4,401 0,087 No. a.... No. 3.... Dejected. 67,233 04,000 110,323 Total, Total. 0,880,510 bu. This la an increase during tho week of 70,095 .bu wheat, 130,720 bu corn, 222,-182 bu oata, 11,410 bu rye, amt a decrease of 0,318 bu barley. Total increase, 425,951 bu. Tho foreign exports of provisions from Now York for the week ending Juno 3, 1373, and tho distribution of tbo same, woro as follows: Liverpool London 'Glasgow Bristol Cardiff Hamburg liromon Rotterdam Havre .... Malta Gibraltar Cadiz West Indies... U. N. A. 00l U. Guinea liritifU Honduras.... Now Granada O. America... Rrar.il cum Peru... 890 61/1) 100 141 SO 8 3,268 6,674, 8,677, 3,664 4,84b 1 493, Total Previous week.... Week May So, *73. Week May VO, *73 . Week May 8. *73.. Cor, week, *72 Ami from Nov. 1 to Juno 3, Inclusive, for four years: , 1873-73. 1871-73. 1870-71. 1869-70. Pork, brl*7,T7T 11-1,953 03.071 05,155 _ ' 60,874 Hoof, tirli, too 70.C9H «.t.G37 116,851 ■ £3,301 Lard, lb 130,428,213 118,220.417 £3,425,771 18.429.090 liaooa, jba.... 253,937,053 168,637,230 4«,2r5,720 23,423,700 iiuttor, Tba.... 3,086,420 3,973,740 3,433,314 • 870,665 (Jbncsj, 11)9.... 21,029,214 11,109,210 10.313.581 13,184,687 Tallow, 1b».... 33.409,701 26,136,235 14.C55.106 16.4C5.718 OBOP ITEMS, Tho Now York Produce Exchange Weekly has thofollowiiig: .lu Germany, tho latest mill advices give reports of favorable weather for tho growing crops, Supplies and stocks of wheat in Gorman ports wore small. The demand from tho Interior was leas active, hut there was an Improved inquiry for export to Scotland. Bel gium, and Holland. In Franco tho wculhor has heen changeable,'with very littlo complaint from tho farmers. Blocks wore very generally small, of both wheat and flour, as is in* dlcated by tho reported stocks In Paris, Marseilles, Xaulea, and Rouen. In Hungary there woro complaints of rust to tho wheat plant. The appearance of tho crops was quite' generally unfavorable, and the farmers had made'con* sldorablo purchases of wheat for September delivery at advanced prices. Advices from aalats and Ibr&ll, under date of 10th of May, 1873, report transactions In Maize, of the crop of 1873, which had arrived in good condition from tho interior, to tho extent of 10,000 qrs, for immediate shipment, which cleared the spot stuck at both places, although further supplies wore oxpeolod to arrive soon. In Franco and Prussia there bad boon during the week ended tho 23d of May a heavy rain>full, and a higher temperature was hoped for to forward vegeta tion. The weather in tho British Isles had been ot latest advices generally favorable for the growing crops. Borne cargoes on the passage from Southeastern Eu* rope, originally destined for tho United Kingdom, bad been diverted to Mediterranean ports. Tho contluuod demand for wheat in tho markets of tho United Kingdom has of late been increasing. Tho exports from California have boon considerably diminished. Tho damage to the wheat crop lu thatflUto by tho drouth Is not of so serious a character as wos feared at first, tho appro* bonded damage having in part been repaired by a humid atmosphere for several days, which pro* vailed in the place of rain. It is now expected call* fornta will bavo about tho increased area sown so wheat a full avqrogo crop, and perhaps as large a crop as in 1873, which was estimated by tho Agricultural u*V TiiiiiuNEx| ln ,i ij' 7 „ iOOO bl ; -. Tho Imports of wffiS?? U| for tlio week ended .Mayl7, w0r0.21,000 qt*. - • Tho Belgian markets iyore firm fdjr.whcot. "Tho wonfhor in Holland has been' cold for (ho week ended the 17th qf May, with a (torero front during ouo night, whidh it was said, had done much Injury to tho ■ rye croft. • A small ’ crop of ryti was expected. * Block of wheat at Amsterdam small, and market firm for both ryo and wheat. At interior points < supplies wore docrosßlng and .prices rising.,, i , I .. At fit.' rolornuurg there was a rcoloslng of naviga tion by the ice, shd no ‘ exports this season have been yet reported from there.’ ' ■ ; Tho Italian tanrkels continued firm for all dcsorlp tions of wheat with small stocks, but the advanced pro tensions of holders was a check to business. "With smalt stocks and Ismail* supplies.at Odessa, prices of wheat had advanced; Tho woother had been favorable for the crops. It was expected that with the advent of tho now crop of wheat the old wheat would bo entirely exhausted. Tho harvest prospects, were favorable, but more rain was desired. ! Tho Bin Francisco Jhilklin given the following statement of exports for olovou mouths : Wfie.it, Flour, in Wheat, eentah, hrl«, ■ cental*, - 10,521 ; 470,482 ,1,143,400 18,163 . 1,107,830 083,850 14,800 , 1,034,347 .1,480,729 28,010 1,573,659 007,303 18,039 003,229 841,080 83,802 1,003,272 084,050 - 10,007 014,080 801,345 17,174 i 853,807 1873-73. July,,.. August September October..... November December....... January February March April May 1 to May 28. Totals 9.478,808 250,203 10,220,35* The British ship Golden Oato la now In (ho stream with 29,000 centals aboard, having completed her cargo yesterday, but ot tho present writing she hns not cleared, and her cargo Is not therefore Included In tho above totals. There are seven more vessels In port to load old wheat, and they will probably .take 210,000 centals. These cargoes will swell • our exports for tho season to n round 10,500,000 centals, which Is nearly 100 per cent more than was shipped in any pre vious year. 1 Tho flame pnpor says s • Alnmt a month ago a tbousand-aoro field of wheat near Danloa was In such unpromising condition that tho owner decided to cut It for hay, and commenced work vigorously. In the course of a few daya some 200 acres had boon reduced to stock food, when It was discovered that nndor tho*lnfluence ot favorable weather tho balance of tho field was rapidly taking on a now color, and showing some signs of healthy growth. Tho owner now oonoluded to wait a llttlo be fore making any more hay. Tho remainder of his wheat field continued (o improve la appearance; and nnw, at Um wiil nf-Tonr w.ok., lit fludi lie has 000 fccrcfj of very fair wheal nearly ready for harvest, which, at a moderate estimate, wlu yield ton 100-pound sacks to theatre. ■ i In the afternoon wheat was moderately active, and declined ?fo. No. 2 spring sold at'sl.2u%, down to seller the month, closing at the inside, and closed at $1.22% seller July,'-Com was in moderate demand and easier, closing at 85% c seller the month, 37%@37% seller July, and 40%@10>go seller August. Other grain was inactive. CHICAGO DAILY MARKET, ALCOHOL—Was In moderate demand at $1.81101,83. BROOM-CORN—Tho dealers report a f«tr trade. Good corn is getting scarce, and real green hurl is notin tho market. Trices aro ruling strong as fol lows : No. 1 hurl, OKo®7jvO; No. 1 stock braid. s>f No. 2 do, 4>j<oso: No. 3 do, 3V<340; inside green, DXO4o; do rod tip, 3Xo4j<c; do palo and rod, 2021ic. LEANS AND TEAS—Tho receipts aro light; and choice beans sell readily at iho quoted prices.' I’ess were unchanged. Wo repeat: Choice hand-picked navies, $2.6502.75; do mediums, $2.5002.63 ; inferior grades, $1,2503.00 ; green peas (in brls), $1.4001.60; yellow do (in Uag.ei $1.25. BUILDING MATLUIALS—Tho demand continues moderate at about tho same range of prices. Com mon brick is hold at $0.5007,00, and manufac turers threaten (o stop making brick if-prices go any lower. Wo quote: Stucco, £3.50; - Now York stucco, casting, £3.7504.00 ; -superfine do, $3.50 01.00; Tortluud commit, $7.0007.53 per brlKos cndalo cement, $3.2503.50; Utica, nud Akron cement, $2.00 per L-rl; marble dust, $3.2503.50; llmo iu hulk, CO:0$.lOOo; lime (brls), $1,1001.25 per brl; white sand, per brl, £2.0002,60; plastering hair, per bu,40050c; firebrick,pur 1,003,540.00020.00,* build ing brick (common), $0.5007.00; sewer brick, $10.03 ; country brick, $12,00, delivered; Milwaukee priw.ujd, $32.50, del.; do common, $14.00; IVwlr.o $"0.00, del,; do common, $14.00; Indiana prcxaod, $22.00021.00; do common, $12.00; fire clay, j>cr brl, $4.0005.00. „ : Tho following la the list of prices per box of GO feet for domestic window gla**, from which a reduction of 50 per cent la made to dealers : 7xfD to Bxlo. BxU to 10x15, 12x18 to 10x20. 18x22 to 18x30, 20x28 to 24x30. 36x60 to 411x00, BUTTER—In addition to supplying tbo wants of ; local consumers, (here has boon, since our hint review, a steadily fair outward movement, so that, while the rccclpUi have boon liberal, the stocks havo not been augmented to any Largo extent, and tile prices current a week ago' have uniformly been well sustained. For rcuUy choice yellow there arc ready, buyers at full prices, or at 10024?, though offerings good enough to command tho outside figure, comparatively, aro few. We quote; SlricUy choice yellow, 100240; medium to nood, iodise; Inferior to common,lOolCo, BAQuINQ—Oram hags aro meeting with a fair de mand, and aro stoadlly held at former quotations. Burlaps and guualca arc qulot and unchanged. There is more Inquiry for wool sacks. Follow ing arc tbo quolatloffh: Stark, 36jtfc; Ludlow, 350; Lewiston, 31o; American, 32c; Amoskeag, 32#0; Otter Creek, 333£0; burlap bags. 4 and 6 bu, 20@220: gunnies, single, 17018 c: do. double, 28022 c; wool Backs, GSOG7c. CHEESE—If wo.oxcopt tho development of an easier feeling, there are no now features worthy of mention in connection with the market for this single. JBuhl ness is rather qulot, os is usually tho case at this season, and. as tho aapply is steadily increasing, tho tendency of prices Is downward. Wo make no change in our list as follows ; New York factory, 12Kf@13itfc; Elgin factory, 12#@l3#o; Ohio factory, ll®12#o; western factory, 1101214 c. COOi'EBAGE—The trade Is very light. Flour staves aro In better supply and COo lower. Wc quote: Pork bar rels, at $1.25@1.35; lard tierces, $1.6801.70; whisky barrels, $1.0002.10; flour barrels, 48057 c; pork staves, rough, $17.00020.00 5 do, bucked, $20.00 025.00 ; tlorco staves, rough, $20.00025.00; sawed, do bucked or sawed, $25.00023,00; whisky staves, rough, $24.00028.00; do bnckou,' $30.00033.00; flour staves, $8.50010.60; circle flour heading, 708 c per sot; flour hoop poles, $14.00015,00 per m; pork and tlorco polos, $30.00035.00 perm. ' COAL—Trices have undergone no quotable change since our last weekly review, but moat varieties are soiling Irregularly. The demand continues extremely light, end will so continue until consumers become sat isfied that prices have “touched bottom.” Wo repeat ; our list: Xchlgh, lump. $11.00; prepared, $11.00; Lackawanna, $0,50; Eric, $9.50 ;'Brlar IIIU, $9.60; Wal nut Hill, $9.60; Lloasburg, $9.00; Cherry Mine, SO.OO ; Hocking Volley, $9,00; Indiana cannot coal, ,$9.50; Indiana block, $8.00; Kirkland grate, $ 9.00; Minonk, $8.00; Wilmington, SO.OO. DRUGS AND CHEMICALS—iVoro in continued ?ood demand. Trices wore without alteration, except or citric odd, wfllch is 6c off; and corrosive sublimate boa advanced a trifle. Annexed aro tho prices cur rent; . . 220,753 191,743 I-ard iJrtcoi lls, • Ibt. 4W.600 1,603,070 IDO.rilS £01,693 87,606 ■ 66.7F9 180,000 7.149 2i3,’i73 103,775 ft, 019 117,507 ’ikVtcci Acid, citric, lb Acid, oxalic, lb. Acid, tartaric, powdered, lb. Ammonia, carb, lb. $2.83$ 137,044 11,228 7,060 .2.12/; . 7,090 K8 6,800 321.764 12.100 6,655 821,676 434 3,0)0 25,UR) 580.014 AflOfootida, lb Axle-grease, Didwoll’s, doz.. Deans, Tauqua, Jb Borax, ref., Ib Dluo-vllrol, lb Dromo-ohloralum, pts., doz. Corrosive 5ub11mat0,........ 1,471 2,025 ,2,066 3,293' >8,067 1,239,: 3,161,098 ■.a.iyo.erj !,178,ft9 o.coa.fts ' 7,068,838 ,2,041,957 5.063.5U 3,788,847 8.437,677 (1,813,213 7,609,031 8,813,168 dream tartar, pure, 1b,.... 45 ft 00 Cochineal, Qoud., lb 00 ft 1.00 Chloroform, lb 1.40 ft 160 Glyceride. Ilb bulk, Ib 33 ft 40 ' Gum Arable, picked 60 ft TO Gum Arable, sorts 23 ft 80

Gum camphor, 1b...... 40 ft 45 Gum opium, lb 8.80 ft 8,75 Gum shellac. Ib,. 55 ft CO Gluo, white, lb. 45 ft 65 lodine, lb 0.60 ft 10.00 Lyo,cono, case..... 8.25 ft .... Morphia,sulph., oz 6.75 ft 0.00 Oil, bergamot, Baud., lb ft 6.60 Oil, castor, gat 1.40 ft 1.75 Oil. lemon, Sanderson’s ft 6.50 Poiaosa, chlor., lb.. . CO ft 65 Potassium,cyan,fused,lb.... 85 ft ..., Potassium, tod.. Jb 7.60 © 8.08 Potaab, Babbitt’s, ca5e................ 0.00 ft .... Quinine, sulph.. oz 2.80 ft 2.85 Rod prcclp., 1b... 1.03 ft 1.70 Rootlpccao, powd., lb 1.75 ft 2.00 Root rnel„ E. 1., powd,, lb 1.00 ft 1.75 Bui epaom, Ib 4tfft 0 Silver, nit;; oryst,,oz 1.15 ft 1.20 Soap, costilo, - gen., Ib 12 ft 18 Bulpuur, Ib 6 ft .... EGGS—Were In fair local request and firm at 13)/@ ■ iso. Sales wore reported of 1,000 doz at 130 ; COO doz at 12)lo. FEATHERS— I Tho scarcity of feathers continues, and tho demand Is excellent for tho season. Largo local contracts have boon filled tho past few weeks, and tho dealers have bought up all tho feathers as soon as' they arrived. Following aro tho current rates: Prime to oholco, live gocso at 770790, from first hands: Jobbing prices. 85087 c for assorted feath ers; mixed feathers, 48®70o; chicken, flftlOo. FISH—The pant half dozen days havo witnessed a further material depletion of slocks, and, at tho mo ment, tho supply. both of lake and salt-water descrip tions, Is scant. Although the present scarcity Is but temporary, Uls tho cauuo of much annoyance, as our dealers are unable to only partially fill the numerous orders that are dally placed. Prices aro very firm all around. We quote: No. 1 whitofish, H brl, $6.76 ftO.B7#: No. 2 do, $6,60(30.02)1; No. 1’ shore mackerel, )4 brl, $11.50011.75J No, 1 bay, $0.50 ft 0.75; No, 2 mackerel, k - brl, $3.9008.75; No. 1 shore kits, $1.0502.00; bans codfish, per 100 lbs, (0.60 ft 0.75; George’s codfish, $0.6000.75; Labrador her ring, split, brU, $9.0000.60; do, K brl, $1.7506,00; Labrador herring, round, brl, $3.0008.60; do )* hr), $1.2504.60; box herring No. 1, 28;A80c; box herring, scaled, StftSTu; Oolumbla River buliuuu, )* brU, $lO.uU 010.25. FRUITS AND NUTS-Doalera aro not at all satis fled with the situation of the dried fruit market, the movement continuing slack in both foreign and do mestic varieties, while, as a rule, prlcec arc weak and variable. In prunes a firmer fooling has recently been developed, but, with this exception, tho teudouoy of prices has been to an easier condition, An effort Is being made to 11 bull ” tho poach market, but (ho sup ply, it Is believed, is sufficiently large to defeat (the movement,'Wo quotei Fobkiok—Dates, H>tfo O^o;- figs, drums, 11014o; figs, box, 14#01Co: Turk .ish..prunes. JfKJlla; ralslna,-$2.3002,401 ZaaU cur rants, Lomsstio—Aldeu apples, 1802Oo } Michigan do, C®7o; Western do, 6@s,!j'nj Southern do, 4@Co: ponohun, pared, 1802Oo; poaches* halvos, do, mixed, olackborrioS, OfaiWe; raspberries. 40041 c: pitted cherries, 22024 c, Nuts— Filberts. 140160 5 almonds, Torragonn, 21®230; Na ples walnuts, 21<32(»0 j Brazils, O09;*o; pectus, 11(3 12o: African peanuts, otfQ7o; Wilmington poauutu, 708o;Tenncnseo peanuts, GKOOEUIE3—Tho only feature deserving special moution iu counnutloo with tho grocery market in the remarkable cloudiness and uniformity of prices, the past week having witnessed no appreciable change in (ho price of any article in tho list. Asomowhst firmer fooling has,'however, taken possession of tho sugar market.—the Improvement being duo to the .steadily Increasing demand, and the fact that prices at tho Fast have moved upward to the ox tout of nn >„'o. Coffees ore more quiet, but are still hold with confi dence. Rico, soaps, spices, and syrups ore In fair re quest at steady prices, Below are tho quotations : Ur Cano Soda—7s/®BJf o. ; Coffees—Mocha, 33033?.f0 ; 0. O. Java, 27#® 28^0} Java, No. il, 20;rf©270; fancy Rio, 21 *(0 23c; choice do, 24if024>tfo ; pvlmo Rio, 21®21>(o; good do, 23*tf023*{o ; common do, 22><0230; roast ing do, 21>f0220; Singapore, 24,\i®K4’£c; Costa Rlcn, fancy, 25023>£0; do, prime, acaibo, 2n;x@2lo, • . Oandlrh—Star, full weight, 2O02O„'4’o; slonriuo, full weight, 13016^0; do, short weight, 11011^0. Rice—Patna, 6)i<s9iio ; Rangoon,7^oßo; Carolina, 8^0Oc; Louisiana, 7&®8)4o. Buoaus—Patent cut loaf, dered, and granulated, ll#@12o; A, standard, io;<0 lie;"do, No.2,lo^®lOKc; 13,10‘4010^'c; extrao, 10tf®10tfo; C No. a, lOjt(01OJ*'o; yellow 0, 10®10.!io; .choice brown, lO01OKo; prlmo do, fair do, 009^01 choice molasses sugar, 0>(@l0o : fair do, O0O>(o; Now Orleans sugar, choice, U/*01Oo; do, prlmo, 9^o9^c; do, fair, 6/«0%o ; common, 7K© B^o. Hrnurs—Plamond drips, $1.2501.80; silver drips, extra flue, 70073 a; good sugar house syrup, 13018 c; extra do, 50@650; Now Orleans molasses, choice, 800 83c; do prime, 73078 c; do common, 8C@70o; Porto * Rico molasses, choice, 63005 c; common molasses, 30 0350. Balehatus—Common to best, 0010 c. Brioxs—Allspice, 17018 c; doves, 37038 c; cassia, 36010 c; pepper, nutmegs, $1.2301.30] glugor, pure, 28@30c; do No, 1, 20025 c; do No 2, 10 010 c. Soafs—French mottled, Gorman mottled, CtfflO^o; Golden West, C®o«c; White Lily, O,VO 0>5o; White Rose, 6 y V®ottfc; brown Windeoi, 4>f® 4>tfo; palm, C®oJtfo; Bavou Imperial, BTAnou—Gloss, O&01Ooj com, 0@llo; laundry, 00 7o ; common. 5 VOOo. . OUUiiN FRUITS—Appla* war* dull and weak* Doaiors are willing to make concessions in order to effect sales, as many of tho offerings are not keeping 1 well and tho season is about over. Oraugfts and lemons ate firm. Strawberries were in moderate supply and steady. Cherries wore scarce. Wo quote: Apples, good to choice, $2.6003.50 in car lots; $4.0004.60 from store.- Lemons, $8.0000.00. Oranges, $3,500 i 10.00. Pineapples, (3.0004.00 per doz. Ranauns, $3.00 07.00 per bunch. Gooseberries, 12>tfo per quart, utrawberrics, 15030 c; per bu, $7.0008.00. Cherries, ; ICO2Oo. LATEST, Tuesday Evening. Juno 10. J r irct , Doubt* OitaWi/, strength, , ;; 0.75 fl.oo y.M 10.00 ~ 11.00 . 12.00 .$ 1.65 ft 1.70 . 33 Q 85 . GO 0 65 , 25 ft SO 60 ® 65 1.50 ft 1.05 1.35 ft 1.40 80 ft .S3 15 Q 18 4.00 1.45 ft 1.00 HOTS—The condition of this market it substantially tbo same os it has been for several weeks past Trade is dull and prices nominal at 250400 for Western. Xlio stocks are light. HAY—Has been more quiet than daring the previous week, and leas Ann, though prime qualities are b! ill commanding very full prices. TUo demand Is chiefly to supply local wants and for shipments to Laku Superior nud tbo lumber regions. There Is a fair supply. Wo quota wholocalo prices paid by deal ers as follows, cars to contain 20,000 lbs: ON Track —Tlmolby, boater pressed, 5W.C0017.50; timothy, loose prOMtcd. $10.00(010.50; pralrio pressed, $12.50® 10.50. On WAnoN—Timothy, loose, $16.00018.00; pralrio, loose, sll.oo® 10.00. For delivery of pressed, $1,0001.50, according to distance. HIDES—OnIy » moderate amount of trading has been done In thto department during the week, neither local nor outside buyers evincing any Inclination to operate beyond meeting immediate requirements. The light amount of ntock oflared has enabled sellers to sustain prices, though tho prevalent feeling cannot bo called Arm, and, Judging from the temper of buyers, Ony couolderablo jncreado in tho receipts would bo taken advantage of to force a decline. Wo repeat our quotatlonu; Green city butchers’, 7c; green cured, light, 11c; do heavy, 10c; part cured, 0;*®10c: groou calf, 15010 c ; veal kip, 130 ; dry calf, 24c; dry kip, 21o; dry Killed, 17010 c; dry flint, ll?02Uc; loug-halrod Wp, 10Ja®llc; demon skins, 43 06dc; (frabby, scored, cut, or otherwise damaged, two-third* price. STEEL—Tho market was moderately active, filed remain* steady, and Norway Iron Is very firm. Common iron is without quotable change, though concessions arc made for large lots. Russia iron is a trifle higher and qullo Arm. Wo quote : Iron 4 2-100 4 4-10 rates lior.c-rhoo iron C 0 0 6-10 ratoa Tlalc Iron, common tank. Russia iron. Russia iron, No. I stained 21c lb Norway iron 0 © Ojjo VH> ‘Norway nail rods 9X 010 c ty lb German plow steel 11 ©I2o %Mb English cast plow steel 12 012Vfo Vh* American tool steel ,17X 0180 Vlb Obromotool steel 18 ©tide V lb English tool steel 21)4 0230 , rales English spring steel 11 ©l2#c rates LEATHER—Nothing new was noted in the leather market. A steady moderate business is doing ut Arm prices. Wo quolo: City harness. Country harness... 300 33 Line, city, lb • 410 43 Kip. 9 lb - . Cy® UO Kip, veals 850 1,20 City upper, No. 1, « iwee an City upper, Ho. 2. V ft...... 250 27 Country upper, No. 1 250 27 Collar, V H 20® 23 .Calf, city 1.20® 1.40 Calf, country 1.100 1.26 Rough upper, standard., 300 33 Rough upper, damaged 270 30 Buffalo slaughter sole 330 37 “B. A.”solo , 30® 32 Kip Harness. French calf, Jodot Frenchcalf, Lcmoluo 00.20(330,00 French calf, 21 to 80 lbs 1.050 2.00 French kip, 00 *o 100 lbs 1.00(4 1.6S METALS AND TINNERS’ STOCK—Trade tho pant week has been quite active, tbo demand being princi pally from interior merchants. Prices rule steady for all materials, tinned copper alono being lower: Tin Plate— XO, 10x11, $14.60; do, 12x13, SIB.OO ; do, 11x20, $15.00; do, roofing, ZO, $11.00; do, 20x28, $20.60. Pm Tin—Large, 420; small, 430 ; bar, lie. Sheet Zinc—Pull casks, lie; half lees quantity, 1114 c; slabs, oc. Sheet Ijion—No. 24, o#o rates. Galvanized Iron—No. 15@20, IBcaNo. 22®24,100: No. 25<320,170; No. 27,18o: No. 28, 20c. A discount of 20 pur cent is made from this list. Copper—Copper bottoms. 150 ; braziers, over 12 lbs, 470; tinned copper, 40o; planished copper, 10c; do, cut to sizes, 18c. Wire—2 to 6, 8o; 0, 8, and 0, 100 ;10 to 11, llo; 12, ll^o; 13and 14, I2)tfo; 16ami 16, llo; 17,16 c ; 16, ICo; 10,190; 20. 20o; full bundle, 15 per cent dis count : fonca wire, 7tfo ; by oar load, 7Jtfo. NAILS—The demand for nails was fair at $6.00, with 12)tfo off to tbo trade. Wo repeat: lOftCOd, per bog, $5.00 rates ; 8d do, $8.25 ; 6d do, $5.00 ; Id do, $5.67)* ; 8d do, $6.60 ; 8d do, fine, $8,00; 2d do, $3.26 ; clinch, $7.37)4; 12tto off to tbo trade, NAVAL STORES—A folr business was transacted, tbo market ruling steady. Wo quote; Manilla rope, lb, 18o; sisal rope, V lb, lfl@l7c: hemp snub cord, sa lb, 20®250; marline, y lb, 20023 c ; tarred rope, v lb, 17@10o; oakum, *3 bale, $5.0000.50; pitch, brl, $0.00@7.00; tor, brJ, bale, $5.0000.00. OlLS—Since our last review the only material change In values of oils was a decline (on Friday) of a #o In carbon. Trade bos boon uniformly-good, and prices have ruled steady and uniform for nearly everything iu tbo Hut. We quote : Carbon, 18)*@19a; .extra 0i1,73c; No. 1, C8o; No. 3, 650 ; linseed, raw*. $1.08; do boiled, $1.05; whale, 87o; sperm, $2.0002.10; neats foot oil, strictly pure, sl,lO j no extra, 0Uo; do No. I, 760: bank oil, 700 ; straits, 700 ; elephant oil, 930 pentine, 60® 07c ; naphtha, 63 gravity, 20o; naphtha, common, 16017 c. PAINTS, - COLORS, AND PUTTY—A fair buslncos is doing In this Una of goods, and tbo general market presents a firm, healthy tone. Delow aro the prices "current: WHITE LEAD. Strictly pure., Fancy branda, ZIKO, Genuine Vefilo Montague..... American..; COLOR 3. Mnsury’s railroad colors Palace car colors, in can 5...... Rochelle ochro English Yen. ted English orango mineral Pittsburgh orango mineral,.... English red load American rod lead English vermllllou, per lb Scarlet vermilion Paris white. Whiting rum*, lu bulk lu bladders o PIQ-lUON—This market 1b quiet and steady at about former quotations: Scotch (according to brand), $02.00 @05.00; Tuscarawas $01.00; Massillon, 181.00; Like Superior, $58.00052,00; Chicago stouo coni, $57.00; Missouri stouo coal, $57.00058.00. POOI/THY—Was iu moderate local request at SI.OO 04.60 for old chickens, and $2.6003.00 for spring. Turkeys were slow at 13#@14c. Sales Include 1 coop turkeys at 12>/o; 2 coops chickens at $4.75; 23 coops do at $1.60; 8 coops spring at $3.0003.60, POTATOES—-PenchblQWd wore salablo at 40@45c, on track. Now potatoes wore scarce and firm at $4,000 0,00 par brl. Sales Include 1 car ponchblows at -15 c, on track; 9M cars choice do at 500, delivered, SEEDS—There was only a light trade In Hungarian ond millet, at about former prices. Buckwheat was scarco, ond $1,3001.35 was bid for cholco sood. Clover sold at $5.00, Timothy was nominal at $3,2304.23. Halos Include 40 bags Hungarian at $1.20; 40 bags' do at $1.15; 20 bags millet at 00c. • BAHT—Was In good demand and steady at tbo prices given. Tho stocks nro very light, uud the receipts also, Thors Is very little old salt In tho iiiauufuoturen* bunds, and the dealers do not anticipate any ma terial change from tho present prices until now salt begins to oomo In. Wo quote: On ondaga and Saginaw, lino, $2.00; ordinary ooarso, $2.00; ooarso Diamond 0, $2.10 ; ground solar. $3.10; dolry, without bags, $3.50; dairy, with bags, $4,600 4,75; Ashton dairy, per sock, $5,60 ,* ground $3.3003,40; Turk's Isumd, $2.00, TEAS—Prices rouge about tho same as on tho date of our last review, whore thoy wo being bold wlm o good degree of firmness. Stocks are full and all coders are promptly filled, Wo quote: Young hyson, common to fair, 46058 c; do good, CO® 7oo; Jo oholco to extra Ano, OSc@sl.lo { com mon to flno old hyson, 70@05o; common Imperial. 00@05o; good to olioico do, «Oc0$l.lO; fine to good extra Moyuno, $1.05@t.40 { choice to extra leaf Japan, 85c051.00 ; fair to good do, 66076<J; ,common;do, 400 450; colored natural loaf Japan, 850050} common to flno Oolong. 8504 Bo: good, d5@660; cholco to oxtrn, 85cQ$1.00. * TOBACCO—McoIo with a good inquiry at steady prices: ITikr Ctrr—Extra, 78@850 5 cholco, 03@700 ; medi um 5 65@f100; poop to common, 40050 c. Ptuo—Natural loaf, 70080 c; half bright, 00@70o; black, sound, #60550, Smoking— Good to oholco, S2030o; medium, 290 81o: common, 20028 c. WOOD—ltomnlna steady at the annexed range of prices: 'Beech, $9.00: maple, SIO,OO ; hickory; tll.00; slabs, fC.OO delivered* VEGETABLES—Were In moderate request at the an nexed prices : Pens, $1.7603.00 per bu; airing beans, $3.5004.00 per but cucumbers; 75@800 per dux; now odlouh, per brl. $6.0000,00: spinach, $1,0001.35 per brl; radishes, 20035 c; flfpiasu, 6060 |>or |t»; asparagus, 6O.;0$I,OO; plo-jilanl, 102 MO per lb; loltuno, lC©'Joo per doz; cabbage, $1.4001.76 per doz; turnips, 800 COo per doz; beets, 35050 c nor uoz; carrots, 40050 c: Bermuda onions, $3,6004,00 per box; lomatooo, $3.00 qs:i.oo, WOOL—Thoro wore no now features. Old wool la In demand among Western manufacturers, -Now wool is still unquotable. The receipts are very light, and tho sales nro limited to small lots of wool from fat I sheep. Prices wore cosy. and for old wool na follows: 1 Tub, washed, extra medium 60052 c Tub, washed, common to fair 450483 Common dingy ...40046c FI coco, washed, XftXX, light., 43043 c Fleece, washed, XfcXX, dingy 370420 Fleece, washed, medium light. 43046 c Fleece, unwashed, X&XX,mgood condition....2BoUOJ Fleece, unwashed, course to medium ~.,.300330 Fleece, unwashed, coarse, and dingy ....37030a Super, pulled .3^013: Extra, pulled .38044© Burry wool 10030 a leas Prices for new wool will probal lower than tho above. KAILUOAD FIIEIGIITS—Wo coni ' ' ■ ?3|‘33'sa| • s-a® ■’f l|s F& |=| sg. |j| 11 s*#?rw : § “g3 :£ : S*St NewYorlt 45 $ 1)0 4/5 63 Bouton CO 1.00 RO (50 I’lilladclplilanml Baltimore... 40 60,40 fi 0 Fittaburßb aud Dollalro 80 00*80 1 35 Albany ; 4Jtf 85 40 «.*... 8uffa10,..., 80 0080 Otavolaml 11)4 45 MM SO. Washington 48 00 48 03 Wheeling, W.Va....;.. 35 VO 33 ‘ Wilmington, N. 0.... 03 Savaunnh, 0a... OS Montreal and Prescott 4 iy t CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Tomdat Evemiwo, Juno 10. Tbo receipt® of live Block since Saturday have boon as follows: Monday. Tuesday. Total 9,099 ' OiSOO 751 Same Umo last week 8,875 27,850 1,500 Weok before last 11,223 14,178 1,735 Shipments wore as follow: Cattle, Itoaa, Sheep. Monday 1,354 2,038 230 Several of our Urge shippers, it la understood, have entered into an agreement by which they are to mako no purchases after 2 o'clock p. m. Similar compacts have boon made in former seasons, but they wore soon disregarded, and there seems no good reason for sup posing that the present movement will result differ ently. CATTLE—It was an active day In this department of the market, and for ail grades above common n firm fooling obtained. The amount of slock offered for sale waa largo, as in addition to the 3,C00 fresh receipts there were no fewer than 3,000 stale cattle, hut buyers wero numerous, and, stimulated by the cool weather nud iho not unfavorable tone of advices front the' markets below, (lie differ ent classes took hold with apparent confidence, cheerfully paying former rates for all grades that would aumvor for shipment East, while for especially desirable lots there wore buyers at a shade better prices. The poorer sorts, embracing cows, heif ers, stags, and roughlsb half-fattened steers,'continue weak, au the aupply of these exceeds the demand, which is almost wholly of a local character. The range of the day's sales wan 53.50@8.20, though the bulk of the transfers wero- within the range of $4.76(35.75. The largest sale reported thus far during the present season was effected to-day by Hough, Reeves & Co., they selling 322 choice steers, averaging 1,225 Jhs, at $5.60. Among other notable sales wore 97, averaging 1,320 lbs. at $5,95; Ul Texas steers, averaging 1,091 lbs, at fs.l2.Jtf; and 15, averaging 1,473 lbs, at so.2o—all by It. Hlmhorn&Oo,; 99 through Texas cattle, averaging 022 IhJ, nt s.l.B7jtf, and 182 do, averaging 1,02311 a, at s4.2s—by Gregory, Strader & Go.: and 152 Texas cattle, averaging 1,895) lbs, at f4.C2.Jtf—by Wood Bros. The market closed ctcady with most of the desirable stock gold. The increasing receipts of Texas cattle gives the market for common and medium crudes a down ward tendency. OX 0 7 rates 220 ruler QUOTATIONS. Extra Beeves—Graded steers, averaging 1,400 1U and upward 8.005U.25 Choice Beeves—lino, fat, •null formed 3year to 5 year old steers, averaging 1,200 to • 1,330 6.6005.75 Goad Boevas—w»n rattened, finely formed otocre, averaging I,ICO to 1.250 tbs 6.25®5.60 hlcdlum Grades—Steers in lair flesh, aver aging 1,100 to 1,250 Iba 5,00@5.25 Butchers’ Block—Common to fair steers, and good to extra cows, for city daughter, averaging UOO to l,loolbs Stock Cattle—Common cattle, in decent .$ 390 41 flesh, averaging 700 to 1,030 Iba Inferior—Light and thin cows, bolfora, stags, bulls, and scallawag steers 1 onrtti 141 Cattle—Texas, Northern wintered •i.-uot *.%> | Cattl<> _ Corn . fud Texaß 730 2.10 40® 45 C5.00®90.00 49 choice Btoors, 43 choice steers. 10 choice Blcera. 17 choice ulcers. 11 good steers.. 10 choice steers. 20 stock etccrs. 56 extra steers. 79 Texas steers. 43 Texas steers. id Tfsna steers. 64 choice steers, 70 extra steers. 162 Texas steers. 83 cboico steers. 323 choice steers. 32 choice steers. 183 Texas steers. 113 good steers. 40 extra steers. 20 extra steers. 27 choice steers. 18 choice steers. 45 choice steers. 31 choice steers. 18 fut pony steers, 10 fat pony steers. 13 good steers.... 16 good steers.... 20 cows.. 1 17 fat slocra... 18 good uteora, 17 good steers, 07 extra stocrs, 18 rough steers. 114 Texas oteora, 16 extra steers, 10 butcbors'stcors, 10 butchers* steers. 16 fat steers 00 Texas cattle 31 choice steers 1,433 6.80 HOGS—Under the influence of light receipts and cooler weather, the hog trade was active, with prices strong. Very little slock was left over from yesterday, and, as the fresh receipts reached only about 7,000 head, there was quite a lively competition between buyers, which enabled holders to realize promptly and at satisfactory prices. Gulls gold In some'lnstances at $3i75@4.10, but no straight car-loads wont below $4.25. while the bulk of tbo day’s business was transacted at $4.35(34.60. Everything sold, and the market closed firm at $4.25©4.35 for common to medium, and at $4.40@4.5i) for good to choice. . $11,00011.60 . 0.00010,60 14.60 11,60010.00 i\'o. Ac. Price. 66 384 $1.45 00 065 4.66 1 11.50 .9.80@10.600W.00 0.500 3.75 . 4.W . 15.50@1ti.00 13.00 . 12.00 . n.oo@ii.no , 1.400 1.-13 . 23.00 ; 8.600 1.00 . 2.000 2.50 63 108 4.50 65 107 4.50 63 207 4.60 110 Ski 4.60 48 218 4.45 67 337 4.50 78 220 4.25 63 250' 4.00 45 335 8.90 60 3'3 4.35 68 214 4.25 117 221 4.35 61 270 1 _4.40 04 220 4.45 61 . 239 4.80 43 . 241 1 4.00 205 * 373 4.23 44 230 4.40 03 20? J -4.65 03 237 4.30 39 277 4.35 53 IU9 ! 4.30 103 383 4.35 18 367 '4.45 48 336 .4.30 107 313 4.50 08 253 2.43 48 201 ' 4.35 09 240 4.30 80 • 101 4.60 41 -210 '4.50 39 331 4.40 08 ‘329 4.4U| - 1 . BIXEBP—The aupply continues meagre, and too low Baku wove reported 10 (airly establish \aluw. .Thtro was a fair luqulry, both (or homo consumption and for shipment, and the market may bo quoted, at S3.QC|OS.QQ (or poor to choico shorn, and at $4.0009.00 (or woolod ahoop. Lambs aro quotable at 51.6003.50 per head. THE CHICAGO DRY GOODS MARKET* Tdosdav Evehino, Juno 10. In point of activity the week under review haa ex hibited a most satisfactory Improvement In this brunch of trade. The attendance of interior merchants (at tracted hither, no doubt, by the Jubilee) was larger than on auy of the haU-doztm preceding weeks, and while there has boon no particular urgency la the de maud (or auy particular hue of goods, fair activity, has been the rule in ull departments, and the aggre gate of sales accomplished exceeds the moat sanguine expectations. Prices are more uniform and ore sensi bly firmer than a week ago—not M u result of 'the greater activity of the past few days, jobbers under standing perfectly well that with toe close of Jobllea week there would bo a return • of the quiet so long a feature of tbo market—but prices of many goods lu tbo list—notably standard prints and colored and bleached cottons aro now below the cost of production,and this bolngthe case there is nolon fer evinced a disposition to stimulate trade by slsugb erlng pokes. Blocks, though much depleted as com pared with tbolr condit no month ago, are In every way ample to meet th requirements of the trade, jly bo from 3®50 tlnue to quote X.90|.... 1.3 m.... 80]42>5 Cuttle. llufsH, Sheep. . 6,600 6,3110 803 . 3,C00 4,600 413 4.00@4.80 4.0004.75 3.00013.7* 4.2534.05 4.7530.40 GATTLt BALES. Av, Price, .1,170 SS.CO .1,200 fC2tf C.lCtf i. 02# .1,016 . 859 .1,149 .1,008 .1,003 .1,077 , .1,127 .1,133 .1,320 5.25 6.13# 6.12 # 3.87# .Vo. Av. I Price, no . ‘iG5 $4.60 03 208 4.60 '.Vo, Av. Price. 40 160 $4.40 41 210 4.50 265 -4.30 211 .4.25 101 4.50 40 163 4.40 63 180 4.50 40 280 3.85 oU2 4.55 270 4.30 60 ' 218 4.10 60 289 4.25 109 6.50 310 4.10 1*2.1 104 4.35 63 260 4.30 whllo In assortment and general otlmcHvoneas, they ;*)■ havo rarely boon excelled, The demand for carpet- ' lngs has bcou Rood, for tho tosson, Orders though s'; uaiioUyjmallmadoo.Jargo aggregate, and dealers ox* preao tliomsolvofl os well salisflod with tbo week’s bust ness, fl’.ocka ato not excessive. and If we except a do- *, ;= ollno of lOoln Lowoll and Hartford (ho market has /,f ruled steady at former quotations, ‘ Dry goods Imports from Jan. 1 to April 80: . , r £ 1871. 1873. 1878. •>' mmcai its,ui,sis $70,009,009 ' In warehouse Doo, sviiiia. r .. 10,269,09 a •39,166,763 |,<W4 100,710,410 $00,150,701 i# MOTIONS, . ' . 'i *; QUOTA! SHOWN Atlantic A, 4-4.... ..13Ko Atlantic 11, 4-4 13 Atlantic D, 4-4 10 Atlantic P, 4-4....-..11 Indian Head, 4-4....13K Indian Head, 3-4.... UK Stark A. 4-4 13tf Nashville, 30 In 13 Nashville, 80 In 11 ottons. Great FallaE,4-4... 13 o 'i-\ Cabot A, 4-4..; 12 U : Cabot W, 4-4 11>4 v l I Lawrence. LL, 4-4..11 K ■ 3 Agawam F, 4-4 10 ' Bimwmut, LL......11 Swift Illvop OK i i llofllor, 4-4.........,10 Utica 0 0 ; [ i ink nnowFa. r Naelma E, 40-In 15 o Dwight Star, 4-4..,. 14 Q> Naflhun It, ,7<Mn 13# Continental 0 14 Nashua O, 33-1 n 12# Lawrcuc0D....'.....14 ■ ; Pepporcll E, 40-Jn...14# Newmarket A UK . PopporcU It, 30-1n...13 AlossadiUßotla B 8..11K ! rupporcll O, 83-1n...12 MnneacbUEotln E....10K FcpycrcU N,30-1n...11 Portsmouth P 6 mil Merrlmne W, P1nk..,12K0 Morrlmao D. Fancy,. 11 Cocheco Fancy UK Dimnoil Fancy IX lllchmoml Fancy....ll American Fancy..... 10K Sprague Fancy 10# Oioutcaler.,. 10# Garner Fancy OJtfd Amofikofls Fancy.... 0 Mourning 11 to 11# Shirting..lo toll Mallory Pink ...13 Mallory Purp1e......11V Manchester, 11~ WamßuUa Fancy.... 7# HUMP. lAmonkcog Glnegow.. Hartford C JGAWB. I Itockport la Columbian u# (Indian 0rchard...,..12 111108, ' Slater's Paper..i,,., S'tfd Manvlilo Paper 0# GIKOI .14 o I .14. .14 Hoof row.. Ij'.nrnHlcr Uutcs.... C0&87.T Naumkoag galloons, .14 o 1 I’equot Balloons 13* LaconJa.... .*...13 ( Clarnor Flat 8 cl Washington 8 | • High colors, 1 cent extra. D LEAGUED Lonsdale cambric...22jtfo Lyman, do 22 Now York Mills CoJ<c Wnmsutta iowr Prldo of the W001... .20 Laußdon. QB io Fruit of tbo L00m...10 Lousdalo in Androscoggin, L....15 o Auburn, A 15 Plackatone, AA. lOJtf Cabot 14 DirJglit Star 15 Western Product..,. 13 Harris,; 14 Gold Medal 12*< Social. L lltf Qrocnll Oft MX Orcoa, O. Minnehaha, 4-1 35 c Minnehaha, 7-8 30 Ainoskoog, AOA 23 Ainoakeag, A........23 Amoskcag, 33........20 Amookcag, 0... 18 Amoakcag, D... 10 den: ,25 c[ Mothuon, AA.... ~..23 o Willow Brook, No. 1.23 Portland, AAA 25 York, 82-inch 23 York. 80-lnch 21 Paclflo 16 Swift 1Uver,...,....12# «118. York Blue. Amoskeak. Columbian, OUe.AXA.. Oil*, 80... Oils, CG... Warren, AXA,. .22tfo Warren, 88....;,...20tf Warren. CO iTjtf Haymaker H 805t0n..,. 12# .22 K .20tf ,17V 1 BTHIi MlanoUalm, 6-3 23)»c Amoskoag, C-3 1(1 Amoakcag, 3-3 18 Uncaavillo, A U WhUtcnlon, A ,15 o Whitten ton, 0 12 yf American, 0-3 14 American, 3-3 13 t WARP. ' OAitrrr Standard white..,.,.37#0 I Rockford, GOO 35 Reaper OUy fc . 34 | Peerless 37,Jtfo Bee Hive, c010red....33 OKAPWIIUQS. Tapestry i Jlruesels . I Uiftgluß $1.30 | Roxbury 1,32tf re-Ply. Lowell SUO I Smiths & Banforda. 1.15 rn Bright*.. Croesloy’fl, Three Hartford, extra... Hartford, 1mp’1.... 1,45 Inrji Smith's tapestry.. ..f 1.3U Hartford extra....... 1,10 Hartford mod 05 Uolgrado .65 i rains, Lowell extra sl.lO Lowell euperflno 05 Coraroou wool C 50750 Union 600 GOo Uc\ Common p1ain..22.VQ270 I Mali English cocos, bc5t....850 American common.. ..Mo American beat 750 MIP. | Twilled and ox. pl’n,. ..81a tiny. China matting I*l 80a China matting fi-4 86a China matting (M, Bed and \vh. ch'k C-1.. 40a lied nod win cli’k 4-4 . .35c Hod and wh. ch’k 0-4. .40c TRH IMO. , etc., 30 days, or 1 per cent) Spool thread, grain bags, oil 10 days, Domestics, collonadce, K« cent off 30, 2 per cent off 10 Regular department gooc cent oil SO, 6 per cent off 10 vontucky jeans, elo., 1 per ) days. ids, 4 per cent off CO, S per 0 days. ; LUMBER. Tuesday Evekino, Juno 10. Tho following table shows the receipts and shlp4 monts of lumber, lath, and shingles for the past week, and for tho corresponding week ono year ago ; Jlecewts, Shipment*. 1873. 1873. 1873, 1872. Lumber, m ft....31,128 43,237 16,891 0,869 Shingles, m 12 073 17,644 11,636 0.803 Lath, m 3,603 2,677 1.419 4,O'S. Tho market has been liberally supplied the paivt week, and there has been a goad attendance of buyers.' A large amount at lumber has changed hands, though the sales have dragged along, and prices have br weak and irregular, especially for tbe common grad Raid to choice cargoes of strips and boards h-. _ brought $14.00015.00, Joists and scantling, $9,000 10.00. Mo&lfltoecatgoeaselUngais9.6OoO.76; coatee mixed cargoes sold at $9.60010.00, and common to fair boards at $10.00013.00. Shingles wero steady at $3.00, and choice sold at $3.16. Lath have declined 25c, now quoted at $3.2502.60. To-day tho offerings have been of a liberal character, and thoro has been a fair Inquiry from both local and country dealers; prices ruling about tho same as they have done for tho last few days. Following axe the sales reported : Scow MUlon, from White Lake, 41,000 strips and • boards, 03 m scantling and Joists at $9.60; 17,800 pcs lath at $2.25. Bold by Simpson Buddock & Co. Cargo schr Louisa McDonald, from Manistee, 125 m common strips and boards at $10.50. Scow Oladiator, from Manistee, 140 m joists and scantling at $9.60. J. M. Forest, from Manistee, 180 m joists and scantling at $9.50. Sold by Rlauchard, Borland 6c Co. - Drop Truesdou, from Qrocn Day, 800 A shingles at $3,00. Sold by A. Carter. lumber mEiontß. Manlotce, $2.6003.00• hudingtou, $2.73; Muskegon, $2.0032.25; Oconto. $3.2503.60; Menominee, $2,600 2.75; Pentwater, $2.2502.60; White Lake, $2.60®2.7Q; Grand Haven, $2.0002.26. A fair degree of activity was witnessed at the yard", the orders from local and interior buyers being both numerous and of-a liberal character. Prices fortbo lower grades are weak and unsettled, in sympathy with tbo wholcaolo market. tboogb without quotable change, except for lath and flat pickets, which have declined. Following are the quotations, tho inside prices for common'using for green lumbar: First clear. $52.00 @55.00 Second dear, 1 inch to 2 inch .Third clear, 1 Inch Third clear, thick Clear flooring, Ist and 2d together, rough 40.00 @42.00 Clear aiding, Ist and 2d together 23.00 @24.00 Common aiding 20.00 @21.00 Common flooring, dressed, flrut 35.00 @38.00 Common flooring, dressed, second.... 23.00 @30,00 Wagon-box boards, selected, 14 Inches and upward 37.00 @40.00 A stock boards 86.00 @33.00 Bstock boards 26.00' @23.00 C stock boards 16.00 @20.00 Common boards 12.00 @14.00 Joist, scantling, small timber, fencing, etc,, 16 feet and under 13.00 @14.00 Joist and scantling, 18 to 24 foot 15.00 @20.00 Pickets, square. 14.00 @15,00 Pickets, flat , 13.00 • .... Cudor posts, split 14.00 @IB.OO Cedar posts, round 17.00 @25,00 Lath 2.50 @ 3.00» No. 1 sawed shingles 1.60 @2.00 Aor Star 3.25 @3.76 Shingles on track....... 3.12#@ 3.23 No. 1 sawed 1.25 @1.50 Three dollars per car to bo added whoa transferred, which charge follows the shingles. Thickness—Five shingles to bo two Inches In thick* ness... LcugUi—Sixteen Inches. uaudwood. Black-Walnut —i Counters. $100.000160.00; clear. $65.00076.00; common, $10.00060.00; cull, $30.00u» 35.00; flooring, $60.00060.00. Ash—Clear, $30.00019.09; common, $20,00035.00; cull, $13.00018.00; llooring, $30.00040.00. Oak—Clear, $30.00040,00 ; .common, $20.00035.00; Clill, $12.00018.00. , Hickory—Clear, $35.00046.00; common, $25,000 35.00; CUII, $12.00018.00. • Maple—Clear, $30.00040.00 ; common, $20.00030.00 ; OUll, $10.00015.00. •Butternut—Clear, $60.00060.00; common, $25,000 35.00. Cherry—Clear. - $50.00060.00; common, $25,000 85.00; cull, $12.60018.00. Whltcwood—Clear, $30.00040.00; common, $30.00 030.00 ; cull, $10.00016.00. . IVagon Stock—Hickory axles, per set, $1.0001.50; wagon poles, each, 4506D0 ; box boards, $35.00040.00. SUMMER REPORT* GKRBBISriBHIBZB, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, West Virginia, Famous for their Alterative Waters and Fash* iouahlo Patronage, are Now Open, They ate 3,000 foot aboTO tidewater, affording entire »• Kof from proitratlag summer hoot. Capacity lor acoom* jnodatlug 8,000 peraone. Chargee, 93.60 por day, 931 per weok, and $66 per mouth. Wo aro alio proprietor* of tho Bwoot Chalybeate Spring*. 16 mile* from uiawbUo, known for tholr Worrluo Touts Watata and bathing advantage*. . , ~ ■ White Bulpliur Water kept nore for tbo mo of visitor* without extra ohargo. 90 per day; Bdo per month. Tho rooto to thoao Spring* from ’ail polnte In tho Woil will bo to Cincinnati by raUi thonoe by ilnt-olaaa packet boat to Uuutlugtou (100 mile*). and thonoe by the Ohoea poako * Ohio Hallwad to tho White Sulphur. Pamphlet can be had for both waterlog plaooa at Ibid office, and also at tho drug eturea of Van nohaaok, ole uiuvu, iuumw uruv uiuk "• **v.> Tetuon 4 Held, and Gale 4 UlockL lll. Uokou, »ppi» n. viivioSr >ok **00; .14 u • .12* ' .13* 45.00 @50.00 33.00 @40.00 43.00 @45.00

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