TRADE & COMMERCE

... 1,883,000 1,766,000 RECEIPTS THREE INTERIOR TOWNS. Tuesday 77 100 200 Total 4 days 273 111 300 700 Friday next being Independence Day the cotton markets both here and at New Orleans will closed from Thursday evening -until Monday morning. Below are given ...

THE MONEY MARKET

... the North-Eastern &% to 7 per cent. the American market there has also been weak tendency on realisations view of the Independence Day celebrations, which are this year likely to extend until Monday. The Louisville dividend was thought disappointing, and ...

THE MONEY MARKET

... respectively. There has been very little domg American railways, owing to the New York Exchange being closed to-day (Independence Day) and also to-morrow, and prices, which opened with an undecided tendency, have since given way, owing to the want oi* ...

BOMBAY COTTON MARKET

... period last year. Exchange, London Is. rd., Paris If. 95c. AMERICAN COTTON MARKETS. New York, Saturday. Owing to the Independence Day celebrations, the Cotton Exchange was again closed. The following are the Latest Quotations for Spot Cotton, Sales, and ...

AMERICA DAY BY DAY

... fought and bled. Thanks to the lieniency of our Irish conquerors and leaseholders. New York City may still enjoy amenities Independence Day, so far as sky rockets and fire crackers are concerned, but if the Lodge Bill passes the Senate none of us can know exactly ...

AMERICAN PRODUCE MARKETS

... jobbing trade, though spasmodic and irregular, was fully as large in volume as is usually witnessed on the eve of the Independence Day holiday, at which time lull the demand is usually expected. Mr. D. B. M'Culloch, of Liverpool, in his weekly report, ...

fiREAT WAREHOUSE FIRES IN LIVER-

... -•Letiter* from New York brine intelligeace of q*°! Mtertainaaent on board the Canard steamer, «i roufe for America on Independence Day, *, which also marked the 91afc of the 7« i and the jubilee the Company. Itr. KllisUn, Miss Minnie Palmer, Mr. John ...

Published: Saturday 19 July 1890
Newspaper: Bolton Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1250 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

AMERICAN COTTON MARKETS

... COTTON MARKETS. [by cable.J from. Ocr correspondent. New York, Tuesday. Saturday, the 4th July, being the anniversary of Independence Day, the same will be observed as a holiday, and the market closed. With cloudy weather the Gulf states the average temperature ...

THE RAILWAY DISASTER IN

... gross oar» - lejancaa. The passenger train, which was ftlled with «• curoionists going to New York to take part in the Independence Day celebrations, was drawn up at the station for some reason other, and while it was standing there heavy freight train ...

Published: Saturday 04 July 1891
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1816 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

The Steamship Company.—Today, by coincidence, is American Independence Day* and also the 51st anniversary of ..

... The Steamship Company.—Today, by coincidence, is American Independence Day* and also the 51st anniversary of the Cunard Steamship Company, which commenced its career on the 4th of July, 1840. This company has had a career of singular success. Great and ...

AMERICA

... buildings with black, thus mingling emblems of mourning with the red, white, and blue flags hung out in celebration of Independence Day. Mr. John Mervell, of the Charleston National Bank, had a very narrow escape. He had been riding in one of the fated ...

Published: Monday 06 July 1891
Newspaper: Manchester Evening News
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1953 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

r > I' 'W i: | 1 J V

... r > I' 'W | 1 V 11l . j I GENERAL NEWS. New Orleans, on Saturady, celebrated Independence Day for the drat tune since 1860. Mr. Hannibal Hamlin, ex-Vice-President of the United Bates, died suddenly on Saturaday, at the Tarratine Club, Bangor, Maine. The ...

Published: Monday 06 July 1891
Newspaper: Lancashire Evening Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 523 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none