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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883.
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lis Industrial, Commercial, Railroad,
and Agricultural Development.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
.Latest Reports from Leading
The attention of General Grant having been
called. to llie t,tilem nls of a New York paper
3a Iho effect ilial his object in negotiating the
Mexican eo:-niere;al liealy was to so reduce
lho a-wnuis of the llexican government as to
hwUc it iiupos-'ibb for Uiat gowrnincnt to pay
the snbsioies pledged to the railroads now be
ing constructed in that country, and thereby
plncothem on an equnlity with the (Jotild un
sulsidicd nrcn-ctcd ih.o, tlio (ieueral says the
statt-montsarr entirely ineorrect; that lie never
spoiiv to Mr. Gould npon the subject, and that
his belief is that should the treaty bu carried
into operation tlu fie"i would be rather to in
crease than to diii-inis-h the Mexican revenues
by the increa-sed tiade it would develop. The.
fould road is one of the Mihsidized lines, and
would hc:ts much aiiccicd by the reduction of
tlio Mexican revenues as any other of the sub
sidized lines. General Grant says he has actcl
in this matter in the intcrobt and :is ihe reprc
scutalive of the American people, and ho ex
perts that the result of the treaty will be
highly advantageous to the commercial inter
ests of both countries. There is no probability
that it will interfere with the sugar-producing
interests of the United States, as Mexico does
not produce nnugh sugar for her own con
sumption, and will m-t for years to come bo
able to raise a surplus for exportation, lie is
fully satisfied that, if ratified, the treaty will
give our country a decided advantago over
Germany, France, and Jhiglaud, in the compe
tition for the Mexican trade.
A number of prominent merchants of New
Orleans will organize a company, if the muni
cipal authorities will make tlio proper grants,
for the purpose of building an elevated railroad
along the river front from the lower to the
upper limits of the city. The trestle wo rh of
the elevated road will be made of strong iron,
and the height of the track from the ground
-will be twenty-five feet. The trestle work will
be constructed in a way that will allow two or
four tracks if necessary to be laid upon the top.
Aside from this the work will have a roof slop
ing downward on either side, and will form a
broad shed for the protection of all freight
placed along the levee. At eacli end of the
trestle-work there will be a gradual incline in
order to allow trains, with perfect safety, to
reach the tracks of the elevated road. The
grade will not bean higher per mile than that
which is seen on very ncarall railroads through
out the country. At different points there will
be arranged a system of side-tracks, which will
enable cars to be placed in the yards at the
different roads now entering the city. Passen
ger elevators will also be placed at convenient
points. The objecD of the scheme, it is stated,
is to clear the levee of all trains and tracks, and
to devote the room now occupied by the roads
exclusively to the commerce of the port. An
ordinance giving the road the right to build
along the levee front will be presented to tho
The New Orleans Picayune says: "There is
an extended belief that a reciprocity treaty
with Mexico mean annexation. We ourselves
cannot see any other result. Ouce break down
the barrit-rs of custom-houses and tariffs; once
permit our people to accustom themselves to
free and uniestrieted intercourse with Mexico
in regard to tobacco, machinery and sugar, and
no power on earth can arrest further and moro
intimate political connections. It has been
argued by an able and active exponent of this
idea that necessarily the interests of the newly
acquired Mexican territory, which will be
carved into half a dozen American States after
annexation, will be identical with Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas, and California."
The official report of anthracite coal tonnage
for the past year shows that the total tonnage
of all the carrying companies for tho year wan
29,120,090 tons, of which the Philadelphia and
lieading Company transported 7,U0U,ll ; Le
high Valley, 5,933,7-10; Central Eailroad of
New Jersey. -1,211,052; Delaware, Lackawanna
and Western, .1,635,717; Delaware and Hudson,
3,203,168; Pennsylvanit Pailroad, 2,:J32,97-1;
Pennsylvania Coal Company, 1,469,S21; New
York, Lake Erie, and Western, 330,511. Of the
total production of the year the Wyoming re
gion contributed 13,971,371 tons, or 47.9S per
euit.; the Lehigh region, 5,CS9,'137 tons, or
19.51 per cent., and Schuylkill region, 9,159,263
tons, or 32.1ti per cent.
To the many different nationalities that are
represented among Texan immigrants it is now
likely that Turks and Armenians are to be
addctl. Agents hent out to explore the Texan
territoiy ou behalf of a large number of these
children of the Orient have been making in
vestigations in the neighborhood of the little
settlement of Palestine, with a view to ascer
taining particularly whether soil, climate, and
other conditions are suited to the nature of the
silkworm and the production of the cocoon.
Whether the name of Palestine had any attrac
tion does not appear.
Chicory raising promises to bo ono of tho
coming industries of California. California
was the first .State thatattemptcd chiccry fann
ing, though as yet it is not carried on very ex
tensively there. It is grown in Inyo and Sac
ramento counties in the tule lands- While wo
must cultivate it here and in England, it grows
wild in Continental Europe, especially Prussia.
A few years ago the import duty on chicory
was live cents a pound, but this was reduced to
one cent a pound. It grows luxuriantly on the
bottom lands of Louisiana aud Texas.
The general term of the Nov. York supreme
court has handed down a decision in the appli
cation for a mandamus to compel the railroad
companies to receive and transport freight with
all due speed. The matter first came before
the court during the strike of the freight-handlers,
before Judge llaight, when the applica
tion was denied. The d( cision of the general
term reverses Judge Uaighto decision, aud
grants the motions in each caso.
Ejectment proceedings are about to be insti
tuted in Pittsburgh, Pa., for the recovery of
50,000 acres of laud located in northeastern
2ew York, and upon which is situated the
town of Whitehall. The property is estimated
to be worth from $200,000,01)0 to $300,000,000.
The claimants are relatives and descendants of
3Iajor Philip Skene, an heir to the barony of
A convention composed of thirty or moro
gentlemen from various sections of Mississippi
met at Jackson, last week, to consider the cul
tivation of jute, with a view of bringing the
matter before the agricultural public. Com
missioners were appointed to secure jute seed
from the Agricultural Bureau at Washington,
to be distributed by the last of March.
Kepresentalivc Ilarma, of Pennsylvania, re
cently bold a section of land in Arizona Terri
tory, rich in minerals, for 325,000. These
lauds were secured a f-w years ago for a small
amount, but latterly large deposits of copper
ore have been discovered, and their value lias
The Yellowstone National Park Improve
ment Company lias been organized under the
laws of New .Terse', with a capital of $2,000,000.
J ts incorporators include Itufus Hatch, lloscoc
Colliding, Gen. Jas. A. Williamson, of IJosto'i,
Richard T. Merrick, of Washington, and Fred
eric E. Chinch.
The Enst Tennesseco Valley Zinc Company,
organized a short time ago with a capital o.
S300.0UO, have let contracts for the erection nf
furnaces and buildings at Knoxville, Tenfo
They have sevral thousand tons of zinc ore
already dug a few miles fiom Xnoxvillc. The
furnaces will be in operation next spriug.
Articles of incorporation have been filed in
the recorder's ollice at 'Springfield, 111., by the
Illinois Northern Railroad Company, which is
to be built from Peoria northward to Mil
waukee, Wis., via Sterling. The capital stock
is fixed at $10,000,000, and from the names of
the incorporators it is not to bea road ou paper
The Kugby colony in Tennessee shows some
indications that the dream of its projector, Mr.
Hughes, may bo realized after all. A great
dal of the land has been recently sold for
fruit-growing, a large canning factory is being
built, new sctts are coming in, the Echools
r.rc flourishing, and now business houses of
various kinds arc in process of erection.
The Fort Scott and Wichita road is now built
aud running for 130 miles from Fort Scott to El
Dorado, Kan. Hut thirty miles more are to bo
built to complete it. J. W. Miller. General
Superintendent, in the month of November
constructed twenty-five miles of road up grade
with f.ix engines, amid very unfavorable
The largest single day's salo over known in
Philadelphia of imported Jersey cattlo took
place in that city Thursday. Seventy-four
cows and iwenty-sevcn calves were sold, realiz
ing a total of"$3S.555, the cows averacing
nearly $-1 16 per head aud the calves a little
more than $20G a piece.
A statement of the affairs of tho suspended
firm of Conrad & Co., manufacturers of liud
wciserbeer at St. Louis, puts the liabilities at
$:13,17J, and the total assets $407,793. Tho
assets consist of cash on hand, machinery,
buildings, stock on hand, and outstanding ac
counts. Owing to the falling off in freight to England
from Uoston, and the inerea'o in Canadian
freight, the Allan lino has withdrawn from I5os
ton lor the winter, and their steamers will run
from Portland and Halifax in the future. Tho
foitnigbtly steamer will still run between Bos
ton and Glasgow.
The cotton manufacturing industry, long a
Northern monopoly, is moving toward the
neighborhood ot Ihe cottoufields, and Southern
newspapers confidently say that the erection of
Southern cotton-mills has already made itself
sensibly felt in the Northern market .
A Missouri bee raiser has just transferred his
150 hives Jo Florida, that his bees may keep
busy all the winter in that hwd of llowers ;
and on the Mississippi there are bee boats that
carry hives up and down that river to keep
pace with the blooming of the flowers.
Chicago is to have a new grand hotel, which
is to surpass all previous attempts in tho hotel
line in' that city. It is to be built by Eastern
capitalists, and will probably bo located on the
corner of Congress street and Wabash avenue,
though other sites arc being considered.
Jirodftred's Journal reports 317 failures in the
United Stat-s last week. 25 less than the last
week and 107 greater than in tho correspond
ing week of hist year and 117 greater than in
the same week of 16S1.
THE STOCK MARKET.
Review of lho IVcek In Wall Street and Closing
Special to The National Tribune.
Ni:w Yokk, Jan. 21. The course of tho
market for tho last- day or two shows what a
hard road the Bulls have to travel. At the
opening, as there was an absence of orders to
buy stocks, tho Bears took advantage of the
fact and commenced in a rather timid manner
to put out a few shorts, which they hastened to
take back as soon there was the slightest ap
pearance of buying orders. These were tumbled
overboard again, however, when they fotrnd
they had nothing to fear, and that for the day
the Bull's party seemed determined to do noth
ing. This state of affairs caused several frac
tional fluctuations in the market, and would
probably have resulted in but a small dcclino
had it not been for the report of political trou
bles existing in the French republic, which
coming as it did upon a weak market, was
sufficient to set all hands to work selling stocks,
and, as a consequence, before tho close quite a
decline in prices took place in all the active
stocks. The rumors referred to from Paris
were of a very indefinite character and as near
as can be ascertained were more the expression
of a fear than of actual facts. If, by to-morrow,
nothing more serious develops, there may be a
rally in prices, but as near as we can judge tlio
Bull party have been unable to market any
great amount of their holdiugs. Still, money
4(2(5 per cent.
Reported for The National TmnoNE by IT. II.
Dodge, No. 539 Fifteenth Street, Washington, D.C.
Iligh't Lowest Bill. Asked.
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Can. Sou 70) li'l'i W TO
Con. Pac S4i iSJi S:C Kllf
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Chic. & Alt 130 137
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Col. Coal .. 20Vi 2U-4 '"4 .s
Del. i Hud 10K 105l4' 10S
D.L.UV 127J.' VZV, 127 127
l)en.ilt.G 4'ijl -tift -IG 47
Erie 40 381f VUi W
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JIout. fc Texas .. . . 7ft 7!i
III. Cent lUi IK 141 HHf.
LakeK.&W 3lC St Jfe'Ji Xili
Lake Shore.. 112) 11H lWi 1116
Lou. ixstsli 57 rS,' .' MJi
Mich. Com 00 !(7j !t7'i 13
M.lCiT. S3 3'i V.ili St
Mo. I'ue 10ti lOBJi lttt.4 JOt),
Nash, .t Chat .. .. .. 61 fi3 ft! 6l)z
X.J. Cent 74'? 72.'f 725J '?.
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Norf. fc West -
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North Pac Wi 4Ul4 49'i 4'i4'
pref itti srJi 64)( b.'i
Northwest 133 13234 132 133
Ohio Cent- is 13
Ohio fc Miss .. H2J S2Ji
Oregon Trans 0J M fcfiJi Srt?
OnU&'West 0 '26li 'M)lJ 20'
Pac. Mall 41 404' 41'T 41Ji
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St. Paul 1075$ 100 W.J& 10Wi
Iircf 120 121
St. P. t Omaha- 52? S15( 52 .-2.
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Texas Pac 42 40' 404 4033'
Ld Grants CM, Wi
Union Pac 102J 101; lCI3i l(r
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OUR COMMERCIAL REPORT.
State of the Markets at Leading 'Jrade Centres Last
New Yoijk, Jan. 21. Cotton quiet and firm at lO,1
10'jc. Southern flour Is linn and quiet. "Wheat 14(q,l,3c.
lowtr for apot. 'aM.i higher for lutures, advance lost
and declined V'olsi. .closing firm at shade above the
lowest; small export and moderate speculation; No. 2
red Certificates at j: l.riV"l 15'-, January $1 144(((,1 15,
February jl 1 JV1 1G1 March $1 i:i(a.i iV3j. Uyc linn
and quiet. Corn lC'id'jc. loner and dull fur spot, opened
-(a1c. higher for luliires., advance lost and dci imi i l.0
V-., clo.ina dull and weak; hteamer tWfttKic., No. 2
mixed in Elevator 70c. January yJ((i To-jc.. February
0833(n,G33e.. Man.li O-tfti.yc, May bo'.ftuJTc. O.tta
opened V'-V'- higher, adva re loH and declined Ki(a)
?c, closing weak; mixed We.-tcrn l7(i!ie. and white do.
.5ofy,0,ic. Collet quiet and iii in for epot, lower for lu
ttiro.s; February at $0 lo, March 2o, aud April $0 20.
I'.ef.ned .Sugars dull aud unchanged. Petroleum linn anil
higher, reiined JK(fi,l'ic., Inited u3-,c. Tallow firm at
f-r',is)2C. for prime city. Porl: is mure or loss nominal
and very dull ; mess SIS .".OlS .Vi .spot, Si 40(1M8 .53 Jfimi
ury, $16 .5o(a,l ti.5 February. l$(.ntf,ls7. March. Laid
op"ii'd StV point lower, recovered moit of the decline,
and closed dull; piime steam )lU,Juti.li,.i3si)ot,?IIr(Vll U
February, and -11 line tl l. March. lieiglitd to Liverpool
aie firm: Cotton per hteamer ?i(&5-liid., and Wheat
Chicago, Jan. 24. Flour firmer. wiat is active but
unsettled; tegular si a! Jiuiuarv,$I 02", Fehntarv, 1 (ri?i
March, jl 04'4 April, .fl a -(, 1 u5 May; No. a ted Wln
tei ?! Vrl:Jii ot, No. 2 Spring I o.' i-:isli. Oun actte but
unsettled, at (i'.M r'.r.!);,c. i-iLsb.i't'jOi 3!t tc. February1ft7'jC.
active but a shade lower at 10 72',x'u 10 7-5 cash, 10 77'(it
J10.0 February, anil 5H)S2'j(q,10 U3 March. Iiulk Meats
in fair demand ; Shoulders ;; 70, shm t ril fH 00, and slim t
clear $'J .SO. Whisky steady afl b. At the closing call
Wheat advanred f4c. Corn declined c. flats tinner
but not quotably higher. Pork 23s9C. lower. Lard
quiet and unchanged.
Chicago, Jan. 24. Hogs Kecelpts tt.OOO, and ship
ments L'.liK); market slow and about, steady; common
to good mixed $5 bO'ojO 20 ; heavy &', :!i(g,t; m ; "light ?3 K(9
i U. Cattle Kecelpts l.SiW. shipments 1,000; market act
lv and 10c. hiijher; pilmejfi 10f,(. M; good to choice
shiiiug at $3 4wyo; liuteliera' SVjt4 CM, canning 2 5fl7i)
4; Ftockers and feeders ?3 40fiil SO. Sheep Jtecelpts
1,000, shipments none; demand lair and prices steady;
medium to good 4 3o(ft3 3o, choice to extra 23(i,3 00.
St. Lori, Jan. 2. futile Receipts 1,000. and ship
ments two; market strong, with a good demand for all
grades; exporki at ?3 ',(&; good to choice shipping
Meers Vo,o WJ; light do. 4 40(2,1 S3; common to lair
butchers' stock -J3 23,3 7.5; good to choke do. 5-1(2, 1 (J5;
stockers aud feeders f.t 50',4 23.
Liverpool, Jan. 21. Cotton Receipts to-day 33,000
bales. iS.OW American. Sales 17,000 bales. li'.hoO bales
American. Market active and a traction higher; mid
dling Uplands at 33d., and Oilcans .5 13-li;d. Cotton to
at rive opened barely steady and closed weak. January
delivery. Uplands o 30-O4W.5 4I-W(t3 40-i!d. ; January
and Februaiy 5 :;'J-C4(iu3 ocHf'5 3D-Ild.: February and
March 3 39-ifl&3 43-lHG 39-04d.; Mm ch and April b 43-G1
cental for average California white; Us. 3d.(4!H. 7d. for
Club do.; S". (il.(g,ys for red Western Spring, and
Us. 2d.(o,tis. 7d. for red Winter. Receipts for three days
ls.5,000 centals, 17i,ooo American. Corn Gs. lOd. per cental
for old mixed Western.
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j7:U(7 J3. Pork lowei, closing steady at j!7 3o(il7 J15
cabh.?174.')((F,17 J7l5 Fehrtiary.I7(iACail7 Ulii March. Lard
(cjia 4i)-oiW.'i -u-tHii.; April ana .May i 4(i-oi('S5 fto-oitii,
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House or Representatives.
"Washington, D. C, JfifrcA 1573.
From several years' acquaintance with Capt. Gconoi:
E. Lemon of this city, we cheerfully commend him as a
gentleman of intezrity, and well qualified to attend to?
the collection of bounty and other claims airainst tha
Government. His experience in that line gives him
AV. P. SPEAGUE. M. C.
Fij'teenth Dktrict of Ohio.
JAS. D. STRAWBEIDGE, M. C.
Thirteenth District of raw a.
notrsE or Representatives,
"Washington, D. C, Jfarch 1, 1S78.
"We, the undersigned, having an acquaintance with
Captain George E. Lemon for the past tew years, and a
knowledge of the systematic manner in which he con
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and honorable dealing connected therewith, cheerfully
commend him to claimants generallv.
A. V. RICE, Chairman
Committee on Inialid Pensions, House of Eeps.
V.'. F. SLEMONS, M. C,
Second District of Ark.
"W. P. LYNDE, M. C,
Fourth District of Wis.
E. "W. TOWNSHEN1), M. C,
Nineteenth DUtrict of III.
Citizens' National Bank,
"Washington, D. C, Jan. 17, 157.
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lug adjustment cannot be confided to safer hands.
JNO. A. J. CRESAVELL, President.
J63 Any person desiring information as to my stand
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