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Till- MARKETS.
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TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY,
am Si t* 18 ... i.7^7g^. ES??..* "%,
TTour. bbls 4.7W1 Butter, rait * i\Z
,11111111
111 11111 i
w aE?u:-::::: I.KiO Lead, pin 2 47".
EXPORTS TO-DAY.
£j_* "**"£-•*• 118. Ron In bbls. •.'„,
g.^fc.::::::: £g
r ; : : v s3.at,a|
SSKS:.^ 3g Si'v.-.v.::::: ?g
|y|§ In l
CASH QUOTATIONS.
.£5 -Ai ° a * oft : : ii £ : Bg£ &•««•« 4
.£*. copper .wou . »w4]£££ S^'uSEy.;:: «.<J*
— Mo 2 mlxrt.. (|U p ork a,r2l 11 'J»
•^ ° et *' as to n * Hoks, dressed, ICO To. tt< ?
° - - 8 1 ©as s Lard, prime 7 20
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
rn ____ _ New-York, February IS. 1905.
T^*.^Ui<r~ * c ? ff? « market was quiet but steadier.
JTi'^S »at. alO 10 ppinta higher in response to
" Ujn.^n .and firm Brarillan cables, while Bra
•-.aan receipts. be!nr a little smaller, also tended to restrict
.-...erinpß. Ther* was net a great deal of snap to the de
. J^Jr JSi" fc * mm * * Improved slightly on the Initial ad
■Zsi. °i ,*T~* m liLtlf - '- los " 1 steady, with the general
-?^*f -I 'Jiv? . tO 10 nts h: K htr - Bal^ w.»ro reported of
■about .1.000 bars. There wrj, nothing ,;, the news to in
ncate. any »pecial change In the general situation, nor
A"^'- hfr * ar.ythir- in the trading to indicate any change
In the genera! atUiuao Df the maiket asiio from th« rea
■onabk deduction that •>: heavy offerings recently have
cone fO.T« way toward exhausting the scattering long !n
■f-rtel. aii<s thus -au»fil an alteration in technical condl
-.ons which would em favorable to prices. Receipts at
• :.e two ■ rt». us reported for the previous day ran a lit
.le under last y*ar. -i-uti -ut the interior Santos movement,
-»-hlie thawing a decrease as compared with figures earlier
n the week. Is still lull as compared with exp"ctations
;r.<i last . ar"e figures. The marKet for «pot coffee was
••jaietbut steady, with quotations on the basts of BVic for
No 7. ■ •
The ranra of contract prices In the local market to-day
•11 as follows:
Tester-
Opening. Hljih. Low. Close. day.
WOrruary — — — 6.J>titir..9s 6.M
March 7.O>> 7-»> 7.00 C. 950700 6.90
-*T>ril — — — 7.10^7.18 7.05
'•*ay 7.23 7.23 7.25 7.2007.23 7.1.*.
-:nn« — — — 7.3W2?7.40 7.25
- T '"v 7.45 7.45 7.45 7.4057.50 7.35
August — — - 7r." ? 7i;< 7.4;»
*~;.umber 7.70 7. •• 7.7f> 7.r.'>«7.70 7-iWi
■VXOber 7.80 7--. 7.b0 7.7."«7.K» 7.f0
rvovember — — — 7.«007.K5 7.70
rv-eirsber 7.90 7.90 7.90 7.0007.96 7 *>•
.J-nuarj- — — — 7.(»r55.00 7.65
Foreitm C«7r*e Markets. — P!i — Ccffce ntarket flrrn; No 7
jlio, 55725: exchange, 13 31~32J: rrc»ipts. s.m>» bass; ship
ments for the United States. 3.000 baes: shipments for
Kurrpe. 2,t«« baps; stock, 365.000 l:ap«. Santos Coffee
mat • firm; poM ■rn-'e Bajitos, r.* .••»•; receipts. 9.000
*-«*> rtc-ck. L 4&0.000 bars. Hamburg— Coffee market
*<prnet Vi pfjr 10-.ver; »t 2:20 p m was net unchanged to U
t fg ]n»-*T; saif«. o^M**) haps. Havre — Coffee market opened
-^etrely steady, unchanged to 14 frano lower; at 12 m ad
■ meed li franc: th.it. 17.000 bags.
.•'auuary 4* 7f. .'•;•<- 47.
February 4's.2s! August .....47.50
M*rc!j <e..i\> Pert ember . 47.75
April 46.50 October (8.00
May ...4tl To 'November 4^.25
-*uc« 47.COiItcccn;ber 46.75
The diarist' ? position of Urazilian coffee Is as follows
■ last weeic omitted, holiday/: • '..
To— day. Last month.
Xew-Tork deliveries 8.M3 8.52G
r^altlmcre «h-l!ve:iei, 1,143 te!3
N"ew-Or;tsJi3 deliveries I.OZi ■ —
Total eVunliw 11,345 10.3t»
r->w-y. rk Mock .3.55T.212 8.401 0:0
leJtlmore.etock 52.197 "4.741
Xew-Orleans ttoct ,-. 232.529 225,647
Meek at all ports. 3.9fU,738 8.721.458
Aflsa.; „., .., 413.553 616.500
Visible s-j**ly... •-........ 4.515.&1 4.537.i<5S
Ritne time 15(>4.... 3.312.245 3.260.034
OOTTOV— The cotton market shoxred further excitement '
iin-3 a^tlvitj-. the featai-e bein^ tho continued squeeze of
March rhorts. with that option, which not long ego sold
at a Fubstantlal discount, tommar.dirig a premium c*
«bout 17 polflU over May at th-- dose, which was firm
and at prat/tIL-ally the best point 01 the session. The
• •jx-n'.Tig Aha at an advance «f 11 p tnti At first It
TtKike 1 ! a* though cei-taia i«rofesEional» were trying to
w«:. the market, or at any rate awe testing its re
t Istancc. by caries large blocks of May. But there was
•MJV exc*-Iltr:t demand from Jocal bull traders and New
•>rl«an«, promoted by the firm cables, bullish. Southern
..i:: ■ i and talk of a j«,s;-ib!<; corner iii March In the
Southern DMUket. W.i ofTerings wtre taken so rapidly
•hat •:.(• atteaapt to depress prices was woom abandoned
and the market ehct up In quite the old skyrocket style.
«nd. with hardly a reaction, continued to advance during
■ .ie f-ntire session, closinjr prior* showing a. net gain of
i*O points on llarch anJ nf about 10020 points on other
i.oslii Abo«it the- only fcUlinff en the advance was
»cppof ed to be for U;e account of longs taking profits, and
!t looked as though considerable more could have been
fold without greatly afiectlng th» course of the market,
had offerings *•<••. larger. An It war, eales for the half
uetrlctz) wer« • Rtimated at 23"i.'j00 bales.
Private cables attributed the continue*? strength at
XiHren to covering the g-ood • :;:ni from Manchester
and small Southern ofTerlnps. Locally, the talk of an
dct'jal corner In the March option la not seriously con—
aldere'l. hut It Is apprehemied that the long Interest may
be held by spot shorts and j,, il{ the prices of the nearby
•vmtract wIJ be forced up above a parity with Southern
soots before t!i« vhorl Interests cs»n be entirely eliminated.
24 la th« first notice lay for March contracts 1
in the lo^aj market, an-1 the bulls are predicting 80 for
•hat taonth between th present time and the di»t* men— '
"lonej. Among the reports t>-n£ing to still further un
settle thort£ us- enr iv the effect that the parties con
oemed la the May wheat deal were planning a bull cam
paUca In cottcn. as to w^iich, however, no confirmation
•ro'jid be obtained. In connection with the present ad
vance an"? the talk at a corner in New-Orleans by the
"eaders of the Southern buJ movement, a letter was re
.^eived ie—day by a local house from a prominent 01
ficial of the Southern Cotton Association recently formed
in New-Orleans, eaylng that an advance at this time
-would be again-- the best interests or the South, and
claiming that an advance to Be would operate against
he reduction In acreage that is considered essential to
««curin« a favorable market for the surplus of this crop
:n «rrmectlon with the next production. The weather, as
reported day. «*-tir.td to be turning a little more fa
vorat*« over the belt. Temj>eratures were higher, and
while there were contioueU r-jins. ckarlng conditions were
expected. Cellmates of receipts for leading points on
Monday also ran a little heavier, and Into Bight for the
new week U expected to thow an Increase of about 23,000
t*le6 ever la-^t year's liguies.
The rmnK" of contract prtoea in the local market to-day
vu as I'Aiuwa:
Y«-»ter-
Opening. Hifih. Low. Close. day.
y*bruary — — — 7.fe3fc7.R4 7.M
ilarch . ....7.65 7.55 7.C3 7.«4g7 86 7.54
Apr!! _ _ — 7.«f7.e» 7.4S
Mar 7 06 T.« T :■.'. 7.<57!37.«* 7.4%
j UIJIb '.'.'. 7.. .8 7.01 7.5s 7.t>f;7.70 781
' U lv ' 7.61 7.70 7.58 7.7"a — 76:
"*U»ru«" 7«5 7.74 7.C5 7.73Jj7.74 7..V.
W'rtember 7.65 7.0«J 7(i> 7.74(57.7C 7.57
October 7.68 777 70s 7.7«#7.77 7.<V>
Vovember — — — 7. i6i^7. .3 7.CJ
b£*£ber .! .7.70 7.75 7.70 7.77©7.79 7.«7.
':*::e «*«k:>- Liverpool rtport, Wtdl ■ /Jinparißona, follows:
This we*-k. Last week. Last year. 1903.
wt><, a:i klrtdn «(J,OUO • <.7.<»» ip .•C.*««» 87.000
Salea American 61.000 «».000 ■£.->**> 81.000
-^a!e« for speculation.. ?.."»» T.OdO 2,<«>o a,0(»
Sties for enett *.<*» 1.000 2,(KK) —
78.000 *i».0f)0 Tfi.ooo 89.000
T Kj'u«t. all kind* 83 00i» 73.0.W M,«f«> 70.0110
irnn^rts American .... 75.000 »'«WI wioOO 48.(O)
r xp.^-ts actual .... 14.000 B.<r«o 14.0(0 6,000
?t'Xtl kind5....... 94'!.0f» «42.00r» *37,000 «18.f<»
St^ei Am«r:w: .. .... 8®:000 . «TB.OOO 848.000 W2.O.K>
Ifloat li! klTi* ....177.000 230 000 173 000 237.000
▲te{A»«1eu......135.000 IM.OOO 11S.000 204.000
Cotton Exchange special Liverpool cables— Spot cut on
a. fair buslse** doing; sales. 8.000 bales; speculation and
<wp«.-t, »0; Ansertcaa. 7.000; receipts, 6.CkX». all Amert-
WB: raiding upland. 4 24>d Futures opened steady, at 1
pom' dseline on near and unchanged on distant positions;
do**! very dteady. net S?4 points higher. February
and r*bru*ry-March. 4 124: MaTh-Ar.-il. 4.144; Aprll-
Seay «15<!; May-June 4.16 d; June-July and July-Au
yuet. 4.17(5: A>j«ust-fiei>tembe.r. September-October and
Ocwiber-Novetuber. 4.1 M. November-December. 4-11*5-
FXiOUR AND MEAL— Buye-s remain la a heeltan»
TRot-5 «r<J rafuea to take bold in the flour market. owing
to the ftrrr.neas of millers, an* the erratic wheat situation.
Sales ye*t cr were email ami for immediate needs only.
Fprlng patents. WHS* 60: winter etralghts. S5 30g|5 4._. ;
-tnt«r patents. |Sf<Kj*.',«; spring clears *4 806*4 JA,
>Ttra No 1 winter. |3MO«eSO; extra No 2 winter. W *5@
->M. RYE FLOUR— Steady. Ouoied: Fair to 1 woa, 54 3S
-VUTA- rhtAc* to fancy. uneUVS. BUCKWHEAT
ris>vn dull Quoted: 423J2 10 per 100 Tb. CORNMEAL
—Bare!} ateady Quoted: Kiln dried. *2 906*3 10. as to
brand BAG MEAL— Barely" e tcadv.Ouotert:Fln« white
and yellow. 1125: coarse, rew. *1 O'^tl O,«». F - K . l^r
City 'firm; Weetern <lull. Quoted: Western spring. $20,
■landard middling. *2« ; flour do. *22 B0: red dog. $24. to
arrive; clt» bran. ISO «0««2l 60. bu'k ar.d ••<*•: mM
CHnr f22'9>2.1- red dc*. $•£<• ro hominy chop, *1» 75 bulk.
»2I 75 f&eVs: oOmesl. *2K(S«2« Wt.
GRAIN— V.'H^AT— AII Chlcttrrt ail\ie«. Inclca'f-d that
there was another wild- o^r.ln? out there l to-W, but
th» lot-sl market failed to .Jf how any similar activity.
Th« May option here opened without change and Is
bush, whereas Ctleafo sold from $1 l6Ti to*l lS»i. and
was very irregular 61. <!ay. Mftnipu - ation was largely ie-
Fpon»lMe for this smash In the Western market The
"owl »-M all at c.a »s •" the p-»rpo^» r,r the TV •!•
J?tr«-et lnt«prext. a«» 4«i far £» possible avoided the May
option. Whether the wilir.* which broke the market wuly
was for Wall Htreet account or not was a qu^tlon. ci l y£" 1
II l**k the market O<*r* had a fuf*>*iurni rally to *> i»t».
bat at the clow was Irregular end ••«*„ a *» l " °.r. ro "°''
• I IJ. The 1 o'clock clow <«\ May H New-T,orl k •"*
|l 1744: July, *1 0r... and September. 'j:. 7 «( f ( ' rr * i i? I™**'1 ™**'
kits wen. generally *e«k. «-|ih the exception 1 of Parl«.
wrdcl» dorr* 1« t« 4rt point* hlrher. LWfvw! w»-
lower. Berlin U«tt »erk • ff. and Burt.peft 12 Joints
dc«n. Australian aMpmeßta were t. 040,000 »»*•>• <5
l^W».0« bush over the previous week, and P^"""?'
tcttmuM worU'e shipment* at 10.400.000 burli. be«"ff
predlettnc a fur«h*r Increase on P* T **r%- P I'T*V tltT
e«!pu »er» 540.000 buah. oompa«>4 with 475 000 bush , to*t.
yttf jkl Md st the does wit .caowl at 91 24. >« '
Kcnrhers * O«B«» «1 2?. end No 1 Lard Manitoba. »1 12.
t • » afloat. COBM--Ujthoiicb weak at th* openin* «n
SSSSSJ? SterSie^JlS^ decIlB « •*■ Uverpool and liberal
reportnd Mm •> «,Ji J?^ *•'• No ""POM business was
i staff! :™ & " aS " "■'-• "ss
: R>. 3rw^ buSni m, , * s foll ° w » : Mixed, 20 to U2
v^S«aS
NEW-YOr.K PUICES.
Wheat: Op^,^. m* f ,^
Corn: ••
I SS :;:;:;:;; i! s »« m» »i«.
Wheat: CHICAOO PniCES.
i ju" v :::::•••• !2» J »» }«h 1 nan i t»«
Scptember-.V: «f J& I ,]. »^,^ I S3 IWH
Coin:
'July::.::::;: #* £&!• «•» «••%
p^ :^is Sb iS is
!^bi; :::::::? " » ? - »8 IS
;^:::::::SS? » « •»
:::::::::11S US «fg g» SS
1 Chicago Flour, Wheat Corn. Oats. Rye. Barley
MUwiukaei::; 5 » W 7 i - 83
ar! 1 .:-""! 2 1l » « 3 S
i st. i»ui S ;;;.;;; 5 J5 i iv - 1
To^r.^r.v.v.r-z » 8 8 -- =
Kor:;;;;;:;: : ;;ii J67V — _
X°! als » 'Si ai Sj 1 i;
Shipments- from these points:
SJ2&;.'::::::::: -I _! »| ' ■«■ - m
;£r.:r : « « - 1? - sj
; Kan^'cuv:;;::::: 1? fj « ** - i
Toicdo .__ _ nrt ,A ~"
Detroit :;;;;;! II « !2 "~ —
■ * <>ri a '....j- - I 19 — Z
Toto - ''' C» 122 20S 182 ~2 "71
I Receipts at Atlantic ports:
Ho^ ork ;.v.v- 1 ? 18 7 S S - " 5
I I'hlladelpala ....:::« 1 I a ? ~ z
! Baltimore 2 6 |B jr. ~J ~
; New^Orleans l _. 171 3 _
I Galveston -1 3 si _ ~ Z
Tota ls .-•.. "20 "25 £80 "is "l *85
j Exports from Atlantic ports 1
New-York 7 — 119 _ _ „
i Boston 1 __ IB Z
• J'hiladelphla '..'. -_ . _ ]• v _ I"
1 -Orleans _ _ ««u > _ .«
tfalveston — _ "37, _ _. ~
: Totals ~8 _ CCB — — —
I METALS Piir iron certificates on the Produce Exchange
were qu.et -.o-day and without notable changes from the
! previous day. (.nosing piles follow: Cash, $15 00 bid;
i*,* bru tr>'«, mtpmidtO- March. »B©f 16 60: April and
May, *n, MgfWSO; June. *lti(J»166o; July, $16 K>s?»l6 »».
JaOLASbLS AND SYRUPS— The market for molasses
, end syruts was steady to firm at unchanged prices. Quo
, tatlons follow: New-Orleans, centrifugal, common. LBCI
' 13c; fair, 15@17c; good. lS@2lc: prlma. 22fi27c; New-Or
i i/i /V >9 n kelt « - 30«37c; BTRL'Pa, common. 14Q15c;
j fair. lGtflSc; good, 19< 5 ::lc : prime, 225250; fancy. 2i^3oc.
; OCEA.N FREIGHTS— Tracing was light In all depart
. ments of steam and sail tonnage, and the demand for
I vessels showed no Improvement. Rales were generally
1 steady and without quotable chansa. Quotations: Uver
: pool and Glasgow, Id; London. Hid; Hull, 2d; Bristol.
, £4d; Antwerp, IQlVid; Lel'h and Newcastle, nominal;
|. Hamburg and Bremen, SO pfgs; Hoiterdam, 4'ic. C - ottnn
. to Liverpool, per 100 Ib, 12©14 c: London, oats, nominal.
I CHARTERS— British steamer. 130.000 cases petroleum,
! Philadtlphia to Japan. 23c. March 16; Bmtuh itaamer,
! 1.100 tons, timber. I'ensacola to Ghent, 85«. March; Nor
! wegian steamer, 1.901 tons, sugar. Hollo to United Stfttes.
: 255. option United Kingdom or Continent. 2tis 3d; Nor
wegian fct»ainer. 455 tons. West India fruit trade, 10
I months. HA.IO; Norwegian steamer, 434 tons, same, nix
i months. £076; earner. BC3 tons, earns, private terms;
■ steamer. 1.977 tons, coal, Norfolk to Guantanamo and
I back. Porto Rico to north of Hatters*, sugar, private
terms: schooner, 863 lons, sugar. Cay Francis to lvln
i ware Breakwater, for orders, 10c. leas lc direct; brig.
; 418 tons, lumber. South Atlantic port to Clenfuegos, 1 ri
; vate terms: schooner. 1,171 tons, phosphate rock. Port
i Tampa to Baltimore, : private terms; schooner. I.OISI tons,
i same to Norfolk; schooner. 522 tone, piling. South Atlantic
port to New-York, lump sum; schooner. 452 tons, lumber,
Georgetown, 8 C, 10 New- York, private terms, old Iron
j out; five schooners, 1,495, 2.075, 2,125. 2,207 and 2,G:J4
1 tons, coal, Hampton Road* to Boston. 75c. 12 to -is days.
— Cottonseed oil was steady to-day, but business
! was dull In view of the absence of speculative demand.
1 Offerings .were lieht. Prices showed Vie advance, as com
pered with the previous night. Sales. 100 March at 26Uc
and 500 September at 27?ic. Linseed oil was unchanged.
Refined petroleum remained without fresh feature. We'
quote: PETROLEUM, standard white, bbis, 17 2.V bulk
$4 35; Philadelphia, $7 U0; bulk, $4 30; rtflnod, caaes,
New- York. *9 9S; Philadelphia. $9 90; water white. New-
York, bbls. 150 test. $9 25; bulk. $6 35; Philadelphia,
19 20: bulk. $6 30; water white, cases. New- York, $12 U5;
Philadelphia. Jl2 »0. COTTONSEED OlL— Prime crude,
fob millH, 18H4jU«c: prime summer. yellow, February.
2CB26'.*c; March, 23«iff2U ! Jic; April. 2«Vif27c; May. 26*43
•-:7c-: July. 27Vi^27Ha; September, 27^i«-28c. Off summer
yellow nominal. Prime white, 2S^^"-.c. Prime winter
; yellow, 28930 c. LINSEED OlL— American seed, city,
raw. 43544 c; out of town, raw, 41@42c; Calcutta, raw
tsc URD OIL,, C^'HTXiOc.
, PROVISIONS — Very little business was done In the
provision market to-day, but the undertone proved very
firm. In spite of lower hogs. Receipts were less than ex
pected, being 24.000 at Ciilcapo, O.OiK) at Kansas City and
13.000 at Omaha. PORK quiet; quoted: Mess, Sl3 2o«
S 75; family. $14 60e*l'>; short clear, 8136<f15 50.
BEEP steady; juoted: Mess. $tf&«<» 50; family, |ll«tl2;
packet, $lO4V>ssll: extra India mesa, ti.~S#i7. HEKF
HAMS steady; quoted at 122«523 50. DKKSSED HOGS
steady: quoted: Bti-ons. ti?4c; ISO Ib. o\c; 160 Ib. 7o; 140
It). 7Hc; pigs, -'.ie-'sc CUT USATS— Pickled bellies
steady: quoted: Smoking, 7\is?>7%c: 10 IT), 7V»c: 12 Tb. 7c;
14 Tb. fa. Pickled shoulders nominal; quoted at tic.
Pickled hams slow; quoted at i>*«.©'.«\ TAI^LOW steady;
quoted: City, 4Vjc: country. 4*i@4*ic. LAKD barely j
Fteaiiiy; quoted: Chicago, prime steam, 7.20r!: Middle West,
prime. K5(j?«5.90e. Clry lard steady; quoted at 6'sc. Re
; ;Ine>i lard dull; quoted: Eouth America, 7.75 c; Continent,
7.2T>c: Brazil, kers. 8.75 c. Compound steady; quoted at
4%95c. BTEABrVB steady; quoted: Oleo, o*ic; city
; lard strarin% 7U&7HC
HICK— l.tisliiensi In lice was fairly active this week.
and the general temper of the market showed firmness. '
Th« hu£lne^s to-day, however, was moderate. Quotations '
follow: Domestic, ordinary, 363V»c: fair to Rood. 3H@
.■Vie- nrlm« to choice. 81s#4%c: head, 4%^S^ic; Patna. ',
6'»^r>^ir; Japan, forelsm. nominal; do domestic, 2 - i'd"?4i:; i
Java. 4H<55Hc; Rangoon, In bond. 2 l «e2?ic.
; • SUGAR — Iteflned sugar was steady, but only moderately |
active and" ur«hangf-d. Price* quoted are net, less.l per ,
cent for cash and 5e per 100 Ib from Invoice; no further
discounts or gratuities: Cut loaf and crushed, «,78c; j
mould A. «.40c; cubes, ft.3oc; XXXX powdered, f1.20c;
powdered, coarse powdered and fruit powdered, 6.15 c; 1
Eagle confectioners' granulated, 0.30 c; Kagle coarse and ;
extra flne KranuiateiT. 6.15 c; Eagle 2 Jt> cartons. 2 !T> ba«r» '
and 5 tT> bass of tine granulated, 6.20 c; Eagle fine or 1
standard granulated and diamond A. flusc: confectioners'
i A. 5.!)0c; No 1. 5.70.?; Nob 2 and 3. 5.C3c; No 4. 5.53 c; No
I 5. 5.50 c; No 6, 5.45 c: No 7, 6.40 c; No 8, 8.30 c; No 9,
6.25 c; No 10, 5.20 c; No 11, 5.10 c; No 12. 5.05 c; No 13.
i 4.8."» c: Nos 14 and 15, 4.90 c. The London beet sugar market
' was firm, with February quoted at 15s .Vi and March at
1 15s tfid. The local market was firmer, with prices quoted
I an follows: Centrifugal. l«l test, 4 15-l«i»5c; muscovado,
i-'j test. 4 T-lGu-i'sc. and* mol&cses sugar, bt> test, at
4 3-lC®4Vic.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New- February 18. 1906.
BEAN*!? AND BEANS — market '..is very strong
for marrow and medium L.ear.a. but without further
change. Pea have hud further him for export, and this
In giving added confidence to the soundness of the position;
Cuban shippers paid Si: to-day for choice lots. Ked kidney
are trill dull, but held fairly steady. No material change
In other varieties. We quote: BEANS — Marrow, 11)04,
choice, per bush, $3 15; do medium, 1904, $2 25; do pea,
ls«O4, $2; do red kidney. l»04, 9290; do whlto kidney. 1 .
S3 10: do black turtle soup, &l 25; do yell, eye, !&<>»,
$2 2Set2 3O : do lima. California. t3 oSfc#3 10; GREiiX
PEAS scotch. 1804. bags, per bue!i. $1 07!i«j*l 10.
BL'TTBH — Receipts to-day, 4,207 pkgs. The market is
still very lightly supplied with fresh table jp-aflfa. and a
strong feeling prevails In consequence. There were higher
bids under the call on 'Change this morning, and Bales
could have been effected on the Street at better prices
than have heretofore be* n quoted", but most operators felt
Unit, the time had coma to weigh carefully all the influ
ences bearing upon the situation, and they wauled to Ma
the position a little u-.oro fully teftied before raising quo
tations. The business of the Cay was. therefore, mostly
in line, with the figures given, though they ate very con
servative. Regular trade continues to absorb the bulk of
the stock: If there were goods free to be had on the open
market they would command more = money. We QUOtti
Creamery, extras, per Ib, 34334Hc: do <jrercaniUe Ex
chance offlctal quotation, extras. 84c) firsts, 82988 c: do
seconds 304j31c; do thirds. l'7S2oc; do held, extras, 32^
82»*C- do firsts, 80fl-31c; oo seconds. 2S©;a>c: do third*
25027 c: State dairy tub*, fims, 21»531c; do seconds. ZH®
'ike- do thirds, 23g25c- Western imitation creamery,
extras/SOc; do firsts, 27629 c; da seconds, 23t26e: reno
vated extras, 270 27 '4 c; do first*, 256-Hc; do seconds,
"•'324 - do third*. IGSJIc: Western factory, extras, 2»c;
do firsts. 24®JBc: do second*. 22823e; do third.. 300'Jlc;
do held, firsts. 24c: do seconds. 21523 c: packing stock.
No 2. 22©23 c: do No 3. 200 *lc.
CHBESF3— ReceipU to-day. 1.037 boxes; exports for
week. 1 M*4 boxea. There has been an active movement
during the we^k, and with very light fresh receipts stocks
hay Vapidly decreased, and market strung at the advance
in prices established yesterday. White cheese has been
in ttnccially zoo! demand from out of town dealers, both,
■ rge and small sizes. Export*™ have been Joking for
cheap cheese, and some SOI* boxes are being shipped this
week, mostly purchased late laet wee* at a cost of
ttrSftc *'""«»« in very light, remaining stocks, with
freely any desirable grades obtainable. Liverpool cable
6™ for finest white and 00» tor finest colored. We quote:
state full cream, email, colored and white, fancy. 13 '4c;
do line 12"!ic: do late made, colored and white, choice,
?">ic" "fair to food, 11%611%es do -poor, 0%«.10«,c:
do large, colored and white, fancy. 13c; ... line, 12W©
12% - do late made. colored and white, choice. lli. ; do
fair to Bood 10'.i<iilu»ic; do poor. »H«10ojdo light skim*,
imal' chok«. loSlOVic: Uo prime. »i4O»Hc; do part
Ik roe prime, 64»5»%c: do good. SffS^c; do common to
fair 141..c; do full skim*. 4O'sc.
EGGS— Recelptm to-day. 1,144 case*. Arrivals ccn-.
extremely small, bat there >stock «noaca offering
lo supply all present demands without further advance
it the moment bight receipts are expected in the future
and l thrremalnlnK "lock on hand Is com .aratlve.y 1 gat;
» look? as though It would be practically exhausted by
!l- »nd of next week. We quote: State, Pennsylvania
and nearby Elected white, fancy. 31#c: do choice 370 3S C ;
SS mixed extra 361?37c; do firsts. 35c; do ordinary to
£Jod 3Hi 34* Western. firsts. 3»c: do second*. B»9Mo:
f, ird« 31032 c: Kentucky. WS.lt; Tennessee and
ofher s^ine". j»«36c: dirties. 27«j3w; ebecks. K«Mc;
r mT^-I>KS'-Evaporated apple, held firmly Sun
auia and >A»y. t-"hops and wastes firm. Small
fruUs inMrtt Fupfly. California fruit, unchanged We
o^nte- Al'pLes. evaporated, fanry. per Ib 7c; do choice.
c%6hi'c do prim*, per I"" 1 ">. J6 *<&S5& S5 60; do common
rT^SSf r-er Vb 4ffs§Tc; 1o Canadian, nun dried, quarters.
suaTc- So SlaU and Western, sun dried, coarse cut,
I2?i^c' do Southern, «un dried, coarse cut, 2*i©3c:
s**"*^^-^i Mr I§6 lb SI 6OQJI 62; do cores and
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1:
peeled, 15(519c: do u-.pvi.-! osl2e; '%•'--• CaUtornis..
2©ft%e; do Oregon, C U©o»ic.
FRUITS— KREBH— In light supply and meeting
a good outlet at full late prices. Cranberries held with
confidence. Oranges show irregular quality and value.
Strawberries dragging. Pineapples- weak. We quote:
f - « •»• 'n-.m.,,, t.nriii picked, per double hesd bl.l.
1 $2 603*3 60; do Far Western, per bush box. $1 64^*2; do
iv... . iMutihein, per double head bbl, $2 50053 00; do
'Western New-York. $2 .".'iff-*": do Spltrenberß. Northern.
•3 600(3 50; do Western New-York. «2 i."*iis3; do Far
western, per bush box. 92&52 60; do Spy. per double
head bbl. »2©« 75; do Ben Davis. Northern. SI 60»«2 M;
do Western New- York, $1 25612: do Baldwin. Northern,
JIfWC?2 50; do Western New-York. $1 25<g*2; do Oreen-
Ing. Northern, $16053*2 50: do Western New- York, $123®
$1 73; do No 2 and frosted stock. fl@sl 25; do as to kind.
In bulk, per 150 Ib, $lj?$l CO; CRANUERRIE9. Cape Cod.
per 1,1,1. $3ii<sß; do Jersey, per bbl, $e@*6 50; do per crate,
$1 503*2; ORANOI3S, Florida, per box. $1 25#?4; TAX
GERINES. Florida, per strap. J2 50^4; MANDARINS,
Florida, per strap. ?1 500J3; GRAPE FRL'IT. Florida,
per box, $2'Us4l; PINEAPPLES. Florida, per crate. $1 ~>ifl
$2 25; STRAWBERRIES. Florida, per quart. 2B©7r.c.
HOPS— There is an almost entire absence of demand
on the local market and little, If anything, doing In the
country. Holders of remaining lot* have shown Increas-
Ing anxiety and States have been offered outright at 29<\
with Oregons at 25c. We hear of a sale of prime Russian
Rivers on tho Pactflc Coast a*. 24e. A local dealer has
received 03 bales of hops purchased on the London market
at a cheaper price than they could have been obtained
here, including New-York delivery. Foreign advices gen
erally quiet. We quote: State. 1904, choice, per lb. 9M
81c; do good to prime, 28^29c; do common to fair, JlPf
27c; do Pacific Coast. 1904, choice. tl»«30c; do rood ; to
prime, 27028 c; do 1903. choice, 25'g26c; do old olds, U.g)
14c.
HAT AND STRAW— HAY— Owing to the IrreKU.ar con
dition of supply the week has been a perplexing one for
both buyer and srfler. There Is plenty of hay yet de
tained on th« Jersey track?, but river deliveries therefrom
lire still difficult, and consumers, especially in some of
tho uptown localities, are forced to pay strong niruren
for ton grades. We quote: Prime, large bales, per 1"" th.
82tt©§5e; No 1 do, ««)c; No 2 do, 72'?ii7^-: No .1 do,
62'ti®r70c: chipping. 50®C7Hc; clover, mixed. *>.•#.. «•;
clover, clear, CC»3-ts3c. STRAW — use attend*; lam:
r>e at the prices, and some reserve has formed which
gives an easier tone to the market. We quote prime,
nt $1 05(55l 10. Receipts of hay and straw, in tins, re
ported at the Produce Exchange at noon to-day: Hudson
River Railroad. 430; Erie, 339; Pennyslvanla, 60; I»^iKti
Valley. 30; Baltimore and Ohio. 80; Central" of New-
Jersey. 150; total, W0 ton». Total for week. 5,»10 tens;
lust week. «,WX). Receipts of 6traw, 40 tons; for weak.
ISO tons; last week. 210 tons. Exports of hay. in bales,
for week: To Hull, 1,235; Copenhagen. 4ftj; Havana, 200;
Knrmuda. 11>«: Demerara, 307; Barbados, 261; various,
21: total. 2,745 bales.
POULTRY — fresh carload lots were un
loaded to-day, but some five carloads arrived yesterday
and to-day, and being caned o\er on the track by re
celvers. Stock has cleaned up cli*ely from Jobber* 1 hands
In the market, and the feeling iirm on. all grades. JJ\e
pigeons alow. We quote: FOWLS. Western, per In, 14.-;
chickens, Western, per tt>. ll'7c; roosters. Western, old,
per It>, S»c; TURKEYS, old. per Ib, 15c; DUCKS, West
ern, average, per pair. To#6oc; do Southern, 80C«6c;
GEESE, Western average, per pair, $1 87Ofl ' ; 2, do South
ern, $1 2? a 37; PIGEONS, per pair, 20c. DRJSSSKD- -
A few further delayed lots- camo In to-day, but consider
able quantity of stock due earlier In tho week la still
bWilnd. Most everything here in frozen on arrival, and
with contlnue<) cold weather, «trong Western advices and
very moderate Invoices, the feeling is firm on most all
desirable grades. Squabs In moderate supply, mit quality
Irregular. We quote: FRESH KILLED— TURK
Western, yoanc toms, young hens and mixed weight*,
average best, 20c: do good worklnr lines, l>Glf«c; <l<i poor
to fair. 15617 c; do old hens, lb6J9c; do old tom», 17Hf
184 c'; CAPONS. Philadelphia, targe, fancy, per Ib, 23<]
24c; do mixed weight.-". l.v«a»-; do prnall and slips.
U9l7e; do Ohio end Michigan. 7 to X Ib each. I!«a2uc;
do ( to 0 It), 16iglSc; do ether Western. ♦> to 7 Ib each,
17'd-is.:; d.» email and slips, 14016 c; do chickens, Phil
adelphia, !• to 10 lb to pair, per Ib, 20&21 c; do mixed
sizes. ltVfils.:; do other Pennsylvania, 7 to 8 Ib to pair,
fancy, per Ib, I7c; do State and Pennsylvania, mixed sizes,
143'lSc; do Western, dry picked* average best. 13014 c;
do Ohio and Michigan, scalded, average Lent. ISO 14c; do
other Western, scalded, average best, i;:r(ii4<-; do in
ferior, lofij,i2.-: do jourig etagi>. 10911 c; fowls. Western,
dry picked. 5 Ib and over, each, per It). 13c; >U> Ohio and
Michigan. w^aJded. average best, 14c: do other Western,
6 Ib and over each, 1."314 c: do average run. 12'(tl3c; do.
poor to fair. 104<12<-; old cock*, per XT'. l »@-lt)c; BQUABB,
prime, large, white, per- dozen. $3 .r>osi. r >osi 76; do mixed.
12 75043 26; do dark. $2092 26; TTKKHVS. No l.per Ib,
2OO2I0; do No 2, 10®17c; do eld toms. 16?lMac;.do old
»■„- • lS^r'l".)"- >>n l.rr,|i^>T., Arv picUe.l. No 1, per Ib.
18®20c; do «caldeJ, No 1, 16&lSc; CHICKENS, roasting.
h«it ujtauti, in; io, luc; ao average, No 1, l+£Jlsc; fowls.
No 1, i3Sl34c; do No 2. iKjiio.; old roosters, per Ib,
10c; DUCKS, No 1. per Ib, 16918 c; GEESE. No 1. 12313 c.
OAMB — Wild ducks in moderate supply, but telling
slowly. Rabbits and Jack rabbits very lull. We quote:
WILD DUCKS, canvaw.aoks, per pair, $l©*2 50: d.. red
head, ll'a^l 50; do mallard, 76c®$l; do ruddy. 65©75 c; do
teal, bluewlng, 40^<50c: do green wing, 35@00c; do com
mon. 25&'40c; RABBITS, cottontail, per pair, lft&lSc; do
Jackrabblts. 305400.
POTATOES AM) VEGETABLES— Irish potatoes largely
poor and dragging nt low figures. Sweet potatoes steady
for choice. Domestic onions -held rirmly when prime.
Cabbages In light supply. Norfolk kale and spinach soiVi
«ell at unchanged prices. Florida vegetables in very
light receipt and without material change, except string
beans, a few fancy working out at $12@515. New-Or
leans vegetables receiving little attention. Bermuda and
Havana vegetables sell w«U when choice. California
cauliflowers higher. Other vegetables ranga about as
auoted. We quote: POTATOES, State and Western, In
bulk, per 180 lb. $1 25@$1 50: do per 160 tb bag, $1 204^
tl 40; do per 150 Ib bag-, $1 156*1 25: d.i I^ns Island, In
bulk, per 1M) Ib, $1 sOtJff2; do per lrtS Hi bag, $1 60<f$2:
do Jersey. In bulk, per lyO !t>. SI 12-?*1 37; do per bbl or
bag. $1 15g.<i 85; do Maine, per 188 tb ha«. $1 20Q(I 40;
do Bermuda. No 1. per bbl, *.V>if 5 50; do Havana. No 1.
$4fi-$4 B0; do Bermuda and Havana. No 2, f:»-..<4 :■ SWEET
POTATOES. Cumberland County. N J, per bbl, $3<ST$4 i>!>;
do per basket. $1 25£l'*l fpO: do South Jersey, per double
head bbl. $2. r Vti«i<s4; do yellow, per 4 blC' basket, $1 1-"?
$1 30: do No 2, per basket. 75c<a-*l: ARTICHOKES. Cali
fonila, p«?r dozen. $lfrsl 25: BRUS6ELB SPROUTS, per
auart, &914 c; BEETS?, New-Orleans, per 100 bunches.
$3ft.?4; do Bermuda, per crate, 75cQ$tSS: do old. per
bbl. $1 2&341 SO; do beets, carrots and parsnips. West
ern, per IV4 bush bag. 60O00c; CARROTS. Bermuda,
per crate. 7501r5l 25; do New-Orleans, per I<h) bunches,
♦36*4: do old, washed, per bbl, ft 25&-$ l 50; do un
waniied. «lftsl 25; CABBAOES. red. Danish seed, per
ton. 825^30; do white. $NKji*i:?; do white, domestic,
$^$10; do red, per 100, $2 f**fcjs3 60; do flat Dutch
S2W$3; do Savoy, per 100, $2 50'0«.T 50; do red per bbl,
SI ,V>4i*2: do white. *W*l . r *»; CAULIFLOWERS. Long
Island, per bbl. $1g45; <lo Florida,' per bbl. $4 ravgfr,- do
tjer va bbl basket. $2IT-$3; do per case, $15<V(f$2JO; do
• 'allfovnla. per lar « re ease, *s£@*l! "5: do per small cajte.
t^trf^ i": CELERY, per cane, *4«is4 25; do per dozen
■ Ulk^', 1 COc: CHICORY and ■ ESCAnoU Orleans
per tbl. $%$4; BGK3PLANTS, Florida, per boa SI B0«»4;
do per »4 bbl basket. $1 6<"S*4: do Cuban, per box, $1 600
$3 60; HORSERADISH. r*r 100 TT.. $S«r«7: d.> r.erman.
STr, fc , bl> J C: KAI - J '-- Norfolk, per bbl. $l.gsl 26; KOHL
RABI, New-Orleane. per V*> bunches. $3'i-s,"i; LIMA
BEANS California, per box. $2000*3; do Cuban, per
? r^l e^ a .* o; LETTUCE. Florida, per basket. ,V>c«s4:
I^EI-KS. J>ew-Orleam», per 100 bunches. $2as4; ONIONS.
Bermuda, per crate. $2S$2 2.-.; do Cuban, $1 75g"52- do
Connecticut and Eastern, white, per M.I. ?3a*7- do vel
.■•w. J2 75@53: do red. $2 &Oigs2 75: d.. State and
Western. white. per busli crate. $1 2Hlbsl 75; do
yellow. In bulk, per ISO Ib, *2 2f.fcs2 7;,- <!,,' mr
l«g. *2'S>i2 &i; do red. In bulk, per' ISO Ib
$2 25052 75; do per baff. *2S?'J7S; do Orange County.
r- *•• white, per bag. *2. r oas3; do yellow and red. per
bag. $2 2.',iJ?2 76: OKRA. Florida, per carrier. 53093; do
Cuban. $2 50<8J4; PEAS. Florida, per basket or crate
Ja^s6; do California, per box. »l«/$2: PEPPERS Florida
per carrier or crate. $1SOO$300; do per basket $1 50€
$2 2:.; do Cuban, per carrier. »l^[j2S; PARSLEY.
irlean.". per 100 bunches $4'i/sti- ( ; o Florida 1111
bunched. per basket. $1 a s 2; .If. Bermuda. per box,
*1 60093: PARSNIPS, old. per bbl. $11i*l 25; RADISHES
New-Orlean». per l(»0 bunches, ?2#*3; do Florida, per
basket, $IS$2 5O; do Bermuda, per box, 60c&$l 2T>-
STP.ING BEANS. Florida, fancy, unfrozen, per crate or
basket, $103515; do poor to good, $'-jjfS- SQUASH.
Florida, white, per box, J'*!«l 7B; <* 0 Cuban, $I'i.sl Prt- .' 0
Hubbard. old. per bbl. $1 25f15l 7.". : do marrow, $1 25«
$160: SHALLOTS. New-Orleans. per 100 bun.-he*. $3«*4;
Ho SPINACH. Norfolk, ■■er bbl, 920*4; TOMATOES.
Florida, ptr carrier. $1 50© do California, per flat case
$251 S3: do Cuban, t»er carrier. 75cS$2 50; TURNIPS,
Canadian, rutabaga, per bbl. 80£95 c; do domestic, ruta
baga. 60#85c; do Irish, rutabaga, per bag. 7.V; do New-
Orleans, white, per bbl. $2®s3; do white, $ISsl 60;
WATERCRESS, per 100 bunches. *1 506*2 50.
HOTHOUSE AND FRAME PRODUCTS— Mushrooms
scarce and firm. Cncuinbera easy. Radishes weak.
Rhubarb steady. Lettuce irregular In quality an.l value.
Tomatoes poor and <Im"i» l Ti^. We <jvot<;: i:i'iTMi-' : ' t **.
No 1. per dozen, $1 W>gs2; do No 2. per care. $2 504}
60: LETTUCE, per dozen heads, 25c&$l 2.*>; MUSH
ROOMS. per lb. We6oc: RADISHES, per 100 bunches.
$lO>260; RHUBARB, per dozen bunches. 10040 a; TO
MATOES, per n., 10525 c.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New-Tork, February in. IMB,
BERVF.S— IUceIptP, 1 car for the market; no trading ,
to-day; feeling steady. Dressed beef In fair demand at '
6H4}i»c per 11) for native sides. London and Liverpool !
cables unchanged. Exports tv-day were 1,410 beeves ami -
0,600 quartern of beef.
CALVEB Receipts none and no trading. Ve.ils nomi
nally firm: barnyatd and Western calves steady. City '.
dre?tse<l veal* in good demand and firm at S&l^jt per Ib; ,
countr>' dressed steady at Hiillc.
SIIKCP AND LAMBS— Receipts were 3 cars, or 641 .
heed, Including 2 cars for the market, making, with the
•tale stock. 4 cars on sale, all at Jersey City. Sheep
nominally higher; lambs scarce and 13525 c higher. The '
offerings were quickly tnken Rather ordinary to {rood
lambs juvld at JS^JSCO per 100 Ib; no prime or choice
lamlis offerc-d. Dresse'l mutton slow but firm at S&lOo
per Its; dro«sed lambs steady at HHSI3c.
Siiie;- — Kerns ComirlJaion Company: 173 Western lambs i
70 IT. average, at $s 40 per I<X> Ib; 51 do. 71 IT, at fS 40: 1
237 do. 07 Ib. at $8; 225 do. 63 It., at **.
D. Harrington: 214 \Vn«tern lambs. 78 Th. at $S 60.
HOOK — Receipts were 7 ram. or 1,142 head: none on |
»ale. Peeling nominally firm. country dressed hogs steady j
at 6H67H0 per Ib for lieuvy to light weights.
Hale» (late yesterday)— B. Judd & Co.: 235 Western
pigs. 93 Tb average, at (5 20 per 100 It: 89 Western hogs,
184, It>. at (I m.
. .
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Buffalo, F*o. IS — FLOUR firm. WHKAT— No demand
COltN— Fairly steady; No 2 yellow, 51o; No 3 corn 50c
OATS dull; No 2 white. 3Oo; No 2 mixed. 34 l ia BAH
LEY and USE unchanged,
Chicago, Feb. 18. — The leading futures ranged as fol
lows :
Wheat. No 2: Opening. . Highest. Lowest. Closing.
May $1 lW'-a-'i *1 l» 7 i 11 18»i $1 io'i-^
July lOIW-'.j 101** ioi>.« 1014
September 02ktt'.«3's <*.;'-, l>2 l .» i£':»
Corn. No 2:
February — — ' — ' - 43« i
May 46U946H 4fl%<r?4.<V 46Hff4e'»* 46'-i
July 47 6J47'« 47 l *a-47 9. -»6'« 47\»5H7' t
ceptember 47.i©47?» 47*» 47!» t7H
Oats. No 2:
February — — — 30Hff30^i
May 30?»(8:«l 81 IM-stOoO ■,;•...
July 30% BO7i 80%e30% 80 H 680%
September S» 2u'» 29 29
Mess pork, per bhtl
February — — — 12 •>."<
May ;... 12 86 12 M 12 «2V« Il' >.'>
Jlily 12fc5 1207H 12 us 1203
Lard, per 100 Ib:
May *. . ...;;w.'! «»2Vi 6 — — 6 72H
May.... 6©2 ii 6 MH 6 90 69aw
july 702i4 7 06 7(«',i 7 01' 'a
Short ribs, per 100 Ib: %
February ....... — — ■ — • ' ifO
May ... « 2'» «M fIMH CM
July oi>:v> C97H - 6t»7'/» corn
Cash quotatlona were as follows: F*l/>t"R steady: winter
patents. *5 UtySb 20; straights. M sik/V*s; apring patents.
ir.'ui:, 40; straight. $4 . r )i>ifj*4 IK); bakers', *2 t^i<iis.!
WHEAT. No 2 spring, $1 IS4MI SO) No 8, fl oSo*l 18;
No 2 red. $1 I8%tf$l20 »; CORN. No 2. 44 We; No -' yel
low 44*ic; OATS No 2, 3u*iC; No 2 White, 32%p33He;
No 3 white, SH4«aa^o; RYE. No 2.. 75#77c; HARLEV,
ti>r«J feedlnK 2Sc; fair to chble* nmlling, 4-'ii4'»-; KI.AX
iiEI> No 1. f.117',. No 1 Northwestern, *li'.'j; TIM
OTHY PEED, prime. ft v>. CLOVER, enntract . tirade.
112 60; MBS.? PORK, per bbl. $12 «5«*12 70: L\ARP. per
100 n>. ««72HS^0 75; CUT MEATS— Short ribs eldta
(loose)? 9*m%f& I»: »hort tlew«MM fboxed), T Jg,S2
18 87 W: WHISKEY. basis of hl«>i wines. $1 23. BUTTBIV
firm- vearoertee. 2*ff32oj dairies M«26c. EGG 3, at mark.
easier: cases Included. 28V2Sc; firsts, 20«; prime firsts.
Sic; extras. 83c: CHEESE firm. 12';fl3!ic.
Milwaukee, Feb. 18.— WHKAT— No 1 Northern. $1 17;
No 2 Northern. SI 12» 3 ©sl 15; May. *1 U><». KYE— No 1.
M l ».\ BARLEY— No 2. 60c; sample, 41010 c. CORN —
No 3, yellow. M%e; May. 4CHc bid.
Uuluth. Fab. in QMS I WHEAT- K9 1 Northern.
$1 13**; May. $1 14%; .Fuly.'sl 14^; September. t»4c,
Mlnn.-apiolis, Feb. If.— dose: WHEAT-- May, 91 l»Hj
July. SI 14; September, 94'4<-; No 1 hard. $1 18; No 1
Northern. $1 16; No 2 Northern. |1 12U. Fl/»t:R— First
patents, f« 4.">tfs(i tio; second pati-ntn. $1 2Mi$tt *»: nrst
clean*. $4 I.Vus4 35; second clean, *2 00®i2 7». BIV.VN
In bulk. «14 25.
Philadelphia. Feb. IS.— WHEAT— DuII and unchanged;
contract grade. February. *1 X.Mm l<\. CORN "inlet
but steady; February, riO©.V>Hc. OATS steady; No 2
white natural. 37e; No 2 white clipped. 37c. BPTTEU
Btf&ily; fair demand; extra Western creamery, 34@34V»e;
extra nearby prints. 3'»«-. EGGS — 3<; lower; nearby flesh,
:t3i- at mark; Western fresh. 82e at mark. CHKB3K firm.
good demand; New-York, full creams, fanty. !."■-. do
choice, 12r*c; d.. fair o good, 12©12 l»c.l »c. Receipts: Hour.
1.200 this and 100.000 Ib in mr*s: wheat. 3.ot"<» bushels;'
corn. 6.<«« bushels; oat-<. 4.i«»» bushels. Shipments
Wheat, 3,000 bushels; corn, 11.500 busbelt; oats, 12.500
bushels.
St. Louis, Feb. — flost: WHEAT— No 2 nd cash
elevator. ?1 17'fSJl ]«: May. *1 l.".**ii*l 15 7 «; July. IMS--;
No 2 bard, $1 I4'q?l 13. CORN— No 2 cash, 4-".V-: May.
44« ■■; July. ■(.-. »'i »s**<v OATS— No 3 cash, Sl»-c:-Maj-.
31*»c; No 2 white. 3:« l ,»c.
Toledo, Feb. 18. CLOVER SEED— CVsh and February.
$7 47«4; March, *7 .*.«; April. *7 .V-; October, *5 bo. AL
SIKE. prime, $7 75. TIMOTHY, prime. *7 35; March,
fl 37'».
NAVAL STORES.
The market for spirits turpentine waa sternly but quiet
with machine made M.]* quoted at 55' 4 .- »nd oil blil» at
64% - Rovln ruled steady and ' unchanged at *2 85 for
common to good utraincd. Tar held steady, but business
did not itet beyond a »mall Jobbing trad«. We quote:
SPIRITS TURPENTINE— OiI ai.U inachlno bbls, rAK'3
r>s>*c. ■
TAR— s4tKlflss.
ROSlN— Common to goo.l strained, »2 85; E, $3 00®
'.1 10; r, 18 18093 20; G. f3an(<na: 11. $330993 40; I.
$86009810; K. $4 .'!s?i*4 »••: M. $4 80©?4 85; N. *5 10;
w <;. $6MOS6SB, nn<l WW, $5 so. . . . . . " "
STOCK ON HAND.
Rosin, bMs 121.72S
Spirits turpentine, bbla .■.. 971
Tar, bbls : 1.505
Charleston. Feb. 18.— TtmpENTINH and ROSIN—
Nothing doing. „.
Savannah, Feb. 18.— TURPENTINE— Nothing doing,
62c: receipts, 119 bbls; shipments. 579 bWa ROSIN nrm;
receipts, SCO bbls; sales. 1,020 bbls: shipments, 942 bMs;
quoted. A. II ;-rr,l C. $2 «.*>: D, $2 '<• : K. $2 75: Y. 92 W*4;
G. $2JK>; H. $3 25; I. $3 50; . K. $4 1>5; M. $4 50; N. $4 75;
w G. Vi; w W. $5 15.
London. Feb. l«.-^-TURPKNTINE— Spirit". 3Ss 7'id.
— American strained. 7s 10' ad; tine; lir 3d. ' • ■
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
Liverpool. Feb. — riosinpr: WHEAT — Spot nominal;
futures quiet: March, 7s '4d; May, ♦!.-; U%d; July, rta
11V4<1. CORN— Spot American mixed new firm. 4* JM;
America.: mixed ■ i" quiet, 4s lid: futures quiet; March,
4b 1V<1; May. 4s 2Hd. -Canadian steady. Be W.
FLOT'R— st Louts fancy winter steady. Da M HOPS
In Ix>ndnn fPaclllc Coast) dull. £7<MB Be. BEEF firm;
extra India mess. 71s 3d. PORH inny. p tme mesa West
ern, 81« 3d. -HAMS — Short « jr. 34 to 16 Tt. weak. 3i»s.
BACON- -Cumberland cat, 21! •-■• 30 lb. dull 3r><s; short
rib. It", to 24 Th, quiet. 333 6d; long clear middles, light.
2S to 34 rr.. quiet, SSs (Vi; long <-lp r middles, heavy,
SB to 40 rt.. quiet. Sop: short clear backs, u\ »•• 20 Ib,
qulot. 34h a-, clear bellies, 14 to m lb. weak. fits
.•-•■ i-t .t..-,.^ :;.,.,;,. 11 to l- rt., ,| UU 20p'«d. LARD—
Prime Western in tierce* quiet. Sss; American renn<>d
in pails quiet. ;us Bd. BUTTER nominal. CHEESE—
American finest white quiet, B8s; Amerl.jan finest colored
dull. EOs. TALLOW steady: prim.- city. Be; Australian
in London. 2.".* cd. TURPENTINE— Spirits steady. 38a
ROSlN— Common firm. 7s 6d. PETROLEUM— Refined
quiet, Bd. LINSEED OIL firm. 16a (W.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool. Feb. IS. 1 p. — COTTON— Spot In fair
demand; prices «-100 d higher: American middling fair.
4.7.'.1; goo<) middling. 4.41 d; middling. 4.20 d: low mid
dling, 4.17 ii; good ordinary. 4.<i3d; ordinary. 3 87d. The
Bales of tho day were 8.000 bales, of which 500 were fur
speculation and export, and included 7.300 American.
Receipts, fI.fXJO bale*. Including 5,900 American. Futures
opened barely steady and closed very steady: American
middling, R o c February. 4.1-M: February and March.
4.12.!: March and April 4.14 d: April an.i May 4.1.*>1;
May and June. 4.1(!d: June and July. 4.17 d; July ana
August. 4.17 d; August nnd September, 4.ISJ; September
and October. 4.is.i ; Octolvr and November, 4.18 d; No
vember and December, 4.l'jci.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
Net Gross
Middling, receipts, receipts. Sales. Ptoek.
Galve«on. firm.... 7 13-16 3.932 3,932 1.837 140.321]
New-Orleans, firm. 7>i 4.354 4.4r.4 2,150 257 Ofiit
Mobile, firm V»* ,-,16 Sl6 350 42,t^<)
Savannah, steady.. 7\ 1,6*6 l.."i>rt 625 «1 •.•M
Charleston. qul<!t.. 7*i 104 104 — 10 7»5
Houston. Btaady... 7 13-18 3.4P0 3.4! X) 634 (14.434
Auinißta. Bra 7 T , .*>»• fl}i3 540 75.00H
Memphis, steady... 7?i ISO 884 2,100 100.3011
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
Cincinnati. Feb. — HOGS actH-e: butchers,. $5 10®
$5 15; common. I4SH 90. CATTLE steady: fair to rood
Fhlppern. $4 2."'#sT': common. *2 2.*.iis4 8.". SHEEP strong,
$3-(Y$5 40 : lambs steady. $."«*7 75.
East Ituffalo. Fob. 18. — CATTLE— Receipts light; prime
Rteera $3 6Off«s 75: shipping. $4 75u»035: butchers', $4 25
$5 IS: heiferit. S3 25® 54 75: cows. $2 60094 25: bulls.
J2 754M4 15: stockers and feeders. r-'soJjs4 25. VEAIjS —
Receipts. 25 head; active. ?4 £o^sV» 50. HOG3— Receipts.
1.700 head: active; heavy and mixed. $5 453 50: York
ers. fT> 50#$5 «> : rigs. $^ 10-a**. 20; roughs. $4 COss4 l*>:
stags. SSOI3 75. SHEEP and LAMBS — Receipts. 1,400
head; active: native lamb« *fi 50@$8 55; Western lambs,
$JvQsß BO; yearlings, $7 25Q57 ,'.O; wethers, $«25ai»»40;
ewes. $.*> 7^i"i $C; sheep. mixed. S2oO@s6.
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnished by Van Schalck & Co., No. 7 Wall-et.) ■
Bid. Asked, I Bid. Ask*.!.
United Rv com. 14S 14** Cotton Drtclc com 7'^ 9
do Incomes.... ft% 80 I do Income* 2S 29
do 4« •.»!'* B6%(Norf Ry A L sh. »4« M
G B&S V T COM '•'* 10 ! Light X- V pref.. 4f>\ 91
.1.. incomes 2!> 21«'-.. 1 do 4H» »•*; t>9
do Ists .... 60 «>>,|C»ias City Ry Bs.lttt —
Beab Air I. com. 17% 18\»iChaa Con Bleo 5s 93« 85
do ' pref 3»*i 80 Cont Trui«t 157 lt>2
do 4a DO It" 1 -; Union Trust 61 63
do 10-year DS.IO4V) I""'- Thlr-1 Nat Bank. — 327
Consol Gas SI M (Fidelity 61 L>ep..lsS 1«1
do 6s 10»»i li»M ;
CHICAGO STOCKS.
(FurnltUed by Charles O. Gates & Co., Horn. 14. 16 and
. s 18 Wall-st.)
Stock . I Open. I Hlch.l Low. I Close. ! Bid. 1 Asked.
Biscuit 07»i 67H I 67^4 I 57Vi 57^ ! 37^,
do pref... — I — ! — — HBVi I ll(J»i
Carbon — — I — |— 4JL--i 43
do pref. . . — — I — — 112Vj 113
Can 10»; , 10» 4 ( 10H 101, — —
<!.. pref... 63"i ' 63", «•■<■"» j G3?* i — —
Match 138 : 188 138 138 137H ISB
Met Kiev 21^4 , 21' i 21»i j 21' i 21^ 22
do pref... — I — — I — I 60 63
NW El — I — — — I M I 24' i
.lo pref — I — i — : — : 01 ' 65
Union Trac. 11T4 ! 12H | 11T» I 12»J : 11% I 12
(Jo pref.... — I — I — — I 49 J 51
West Chic. — I — I — — I 66 ' t'U
Box 1»* l*i IS IS' IK ITs
do pref... 10?* 10** ; 10* 10>* , 10*, 11
!*wlft lit ! 111 I 111 111 110', 111
North Chic to < M> I 00 99 I te M)
T&T — I — — — ! 103H 104
Tool — 1 — — — 41 42
Brick I 11% I 11* 11 11 — —
do prof... CO ! 69 CD 63 — —
Ocean Steamers.
AMERICAN LINE.
**■ PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— SOUTHAMPTON.
Hailing Saturdays. »:*) A. M.. Pier 15. N. R.
Pt. Louis I-!. 25iSt. Paul Mar. 11
Philadelphia Mar. ilNew— liar. 13
I3l^l> STAB LINK.
■*•*" NEW YORK— ANTWERP— LONDON— PARIS.
Calling at Do^er for London and Paris.
Sailing Saturdays, 10:80 A. M.. Pier 14. M. R.
Vaderlar.d Feb. 25!Zeeland Mar. 11
Kroonland. Mar. 4 Finland Met. IS
\\/*IITE STAR LINE.
** NEW YORK— QLBKNSTOWN—
Hailing Wednesdays. PUr 43, N. R. •
Majestic... teb. :EJ. 10 A. M.. Teutonic Mar. 8. 10 A. M.
baiilc afar. 1. 2 P. M. I Oceanic Mar. 15, noun
NEW YORK AND BOSTON DIRECT.
to MEDITcIKKANEAN Az^ 3
GIBRALTAR, XJg^tQBSOJg ALEXANDRIA.
REPUBLIC :: 1".".V."1 ".".V."' *' 2.'.. noon: Apr. * 3
CRBTIC Men. 18. noon; Apr. 29, June 15
BOTANIC FROM UO^O.V JUU *• n °° n
ROMANIC Mch. 11. 1 p. m; Apr. 22. June I
CANOX'IC Aw 1, Mar I*. Juna 24. Aug. 5
PASSEKGEU OFFICE. 0 BROADWAY.
Freight Office, Whitehall Bldg.. Battery Place.
A— CUNARD LINE.
* TO LIVEP.POOL. VIA QUEENSTOWJ*.
From Pier* 61-52. North River.
Campania. Feb. 23. 1" A. M.|Umbrla Mar. 19. 2 P. M.
Etrurla. . -Mir. 4, 2 P. M. . Luc«nla....Mar. 25, 9 A. M.
Caroala (new). Mar. 11. »AM|Etrurla Apr. L IP. M.
baloan rates lrom New York. *4o; second cabin, $12.50
un-atij, according to steamer and acrornmodatijoe.
UP * ar • GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATIC.
New Modern Twin Screw bteamera
Saluoii Kates. $65 upwards.
PAVSONIA feb. 21. 2 P. M.; Apl. 11, June 6
CARPATUA W. '■ 2 P. M. Apr. ISi
• riTONiV . Mar. 21. 2 P. M.: May 4. June »i
SLa'voNIA Mar 28. Noon; May 23. July 11
•CarrUs Second and Third Claw Only.
\pply 2a Broadway. New York.
VKRNON 11. BUOWN. General Agent.
MOU AOBD-ABB EOHCA UWE
new — iturrramjAii. rU BOULOGNE.
aailiiit f<in«*wtay« at 10 A. M.
Ryndam Mar. 1| «*atendam Mar. tit
Rotterdam Mar. » Kyndarn Apr. i
Noordirr. Mar. 2z!Rotteruara Apr. 12
HULLAND-AM ERICA LINE. 3l» liKUADU'AY. N. Y.
pOOK'S TOURS TO EUROPE— 33 THIS
season. 117.*. to $I.olft. All expenses Included. Pro
grammes. THO3. lOOK & SON. 261 and 1.185 Broadway.
641' Madison Aye.. N. Y.
••I A VKLOCE'— Fast Italian Hue.
"*"* Sailing every Wednesday to Naples, Genoa.
Cl ta di lot mo Mar. 1 Nord America Mar. 15
Cabin $53 up. inning italcun on promenade deok.
BOLOOKESI. HART FIELD & CO.. -1* Wall St.
A DVEKTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
j\_ rtuH'ii at \r.-'.r l*n">»n (title,
**■ r NO. 1.304 BROADWAY.
Advertisements will be received at the folio-win* branch
oflne« at regular ofn^e rate* until 8 o'clock p. m.. vt«.:
"54 Cih-avo.. ■ •• oor. 23i1-*t. . I.VI «th-ava.. cor. 12th-st.;
n<» K».» t4th-»t 257 West 42.1-sU. l.«twe»n 7th .-ni BMh
ayes • 263 West 125th-at.: I.«M 3<J-av... Del ween 76th and
77tVbts ■ 1 02« ad-aye.. nea>' 61st-st.: 1.703 l»t-ave., near
S9th-st. : 'l67 East 125th-at.: 76« TrWßont-tiv*. : 650 M
.ve-.-n*a° «l«t-tt: «4 J*-a«.: 04 Chri«BPh»t^st.
Brooklyn. N. V.— 3 Coun-st.: 216 C<»rt-«t.
». 1905.
Railroads.
PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD. 1
THE ONLY FOUR-TRACK LINE LEADING
OUT OF NEW YORK. .;-:.
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD FTKEET
AND DBSBROSBKB AND CO NUT STREETS
in' The leaving time from Deabro3*e« and Cortlandt
Street* in fly.; minutes later than that given below fur
Twenty-third Street Station.
Ron THK west. ••-;
•7JWA.M.. CHICAGO SPECIAL. .
•»J«A. M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.
•10.25 A.M. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED. 23
hours to Chicago.
•1.3*1*. CHICAGO ANTi ST. LOUIS EXPRESS
•4JSP.M. CHICAGO LIMITED.
•SJISP. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
•CM P.M. WESTERN EXPRESS. '.-A
7.56 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.
•8.25 P. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI JEXP.
•9J»P. M. I PITTSBI'RG SPECIAL.
WASHINGTON AND THE SOrTH.
7.65. 8.23. •» £> "J.SS «10.« i a. m.. •U. 0... (*3.23. . ;
"Congressional Limited"). *2.25. M.25. *4.55. '.».^*> p. m. ■ ■
1210 night. Sunday. 825. 'D.25, '10.63 a. m.. •12.M i
(•3.23, "Congressional Umiied"). *3.'J5. •4.25. *4 53. 5.23 ■
p. m.. 12.10 night. ■ ■ • ■ ■>
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— IS.SS. 5.2T.. US p. m.. 12.10
a. m. dally. "Southern P*lro LJii.itt-u," 12.53 p. m. ;
week-da>a.
ATLANTIC COAST LINK.— 9.2.*. ft- m. an 1 9.25 p. m.
rtatly: "New York and ftortda Special." •.•.!■> p. 88. ;
■week days. -■ •■> ..
SEABOARD AIR LINE. 12.55 p. m. al l 12.10 a. Ta.
•dally, "Seaboard Florida Limited.'.' 12.25 p. ni. «aily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— 3.2S p. m. ;
dally.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.— 7.3S a. m. '
week-days, 4.55 p. m. <ialUr. ' ■ '
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— T.M a. m. ]
week day?. s.i!s p. m. daily.
ATLANTIe-CITT.— ».M a. m. and 2.55 p. ni. week-days.
Sundays. *7.85 a. n«. - -. =,-. ->.■•■ - .
CAPE MAY.— 12.50 p. m. Week-days.
LONG BRANCH. ASBITRY PARK fNortn A*t>urr PaTk
Sundays*, and Point Pleasant 5>.."V3 a. m.. 12.25, :'..25.
*."• p. m.. and is.m night week-days. Sundays. 12.1U, ;
».2ft a. m., ami 4.5.'. p. m. • ■ • - • :
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
COB. 2.*.. •7..V. 8.25. is 55 *^.25. •-«». «5.53. •t!0.2. - V. •
•10.55. 11.55 n. m.. •12..V.. «1..V.. 2.10. 2.55. »:«.25. :5.55. j
4.25. »4.25, »4.55 <*t4.55 for North Philadelphia, only).
•5.55. «-&5. 7.65. 9.9, 0.25 ii>..V, for North Philadelphia
on.v) p. in.. 12.10 night week-days, ?»iu'la- !>. 8.05.
•7..V1. 8.25. »<».'.>3. e».58 0.55. 'fIO.S. •14)38 a. m.. !
•12.55. •1.55, •::.25. 5.55. »4 iv. (•fl.W-for'-North Phila- i
delphia only.. »4 .V.. »5-55. a 55. 7.85. 5.25. 0.25 1».53 j
for North Philadelphia only) p. m.. 12.10 night. {
•Plnins Car. tßxtra far« train.
Ticket offices. Nos. 4«1 1354. 113 and 2«'.l Broadway: I*2 '
Fifth Avenue, (below 2Sd St.); 203 Fifth Aver-ve (cor- ,
ncr 29th St.); 1 Actor House, and stations named above; I
Brooklyn, 4 Court Street, 860 Fulton Street, 3IH> Kroad- ;
way. and Pennsylvania Annex Station. The New York
Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from ■
hotels an.i residences through, to destination.
Telephone "5-13 Crolsea" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab ]
Service.
W. W. ATTERBtTRY. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager. I
GEO. W. BOYl>. "
General Pag»*nger Agent.
HEW YORK, HEW HAVEN I HERTFORD R. i
Trains depart from Grand Central Station. 42U St. and
4th Aye., us follows, for - v
BOSTON, via New London and Providence— t4:60.
U 10:1X1. »x 10:03 A. M.. M:ill:M :ill:0 °- »x l:t»3, ' xl 3.0U
tl .Vtjn. •• .-;ol. •112:00 p! M. *.*«*>.
BOSTON, via Willlmantlc— A M. t2:(jn P. M
BOSTON, via Sprlngfleld— t»:oO A. M.. t!:12:0V. 'I'^JOOi,
FITCHRI.'RG.'vIa Putnam and Worcester— p M.
LAKKVILI.E and NORhOI.K— tS:3O A. M. t3:3l P M.
GT. BARRINGTON. STOCKBRIDGE. LENOX. PITTS
FIELD—I4:OO. tS:SO A. M.. t3:31 P. M.
WATERBURY and WINSTED— t4:H>. Id:''*, t*S:OO.
tl0:02. 10-02 uo Water:. A. M.. tl:«3, t4:3i>.
(15:01, t«:0O. J.J:OO (to Waterbury> P. M.
Ticket offices at cGrand Central Station and cl23th
St.. also at <113. cSSI, 1.183, c1.»4 Broadway. c 3 Park
Place, c 25 Union Square, cli"2 Fifth Aye.. c 245 Columbus
Aye.. tmt Mad! m Aye., can West 125 th St.. 153 East
12T.t;i St. In Brooklyn. c 4 Court St.. SCO Fulton St..
830 Brondway, a> D.
•Daily. tExcept Sundays. {Sundays cnly. *Btops at
123 t- St. x.stops at I23th St.. Sundays only. JParlor Car
Limited. Has dining car. cl'arlor and Sleeping Car
tickets also.
C. T. IIF.MPSTKAD, Gen. Pass. A«t.
ft M. SHEPARD. Gen.» Stunt.
Steamboats.
fD^ ffi\ («=*; (?,\ | .Ml AND POINTS IN
LED Uiy ® LJ V_V LMJ new England.
FALL RIVER LINE. via Newport ami tail Kiver.
Leave Pier l'J. N. R.. foot of Warren St.. week-days
only at 5:00 P. M. Steamers PLYMOUTH and PILGRIM.
Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE, via New London. Leave Pier 40.
N. It., foot of Clarkson St.. week-days only at 6:00 P. M.
Kteamers NEW HAMPSHIRE and CHESTER W.
CHAPIN.
NEW HAVEN LINE, for New Haven. Hartford.
Springfield and the North. Leave Pier 20. K. P... foot of
Peck Silo, week-days only at 4:00 P. M. Steamer RICH
ATtn PKCK.
Ocean Steamers.
tohMMM-km%W\% LIRE
Plymouth— Cherbourg— Hamburg.
TWaldersee. Feb. 25, 10 a. m. Pretoria Apr. 1. 3p. m.
t*Bluecber. ..afar. -'. » a. m. l*Waldersee...Apr. 8. 7 a. m.
*PennsylVa.Mar. 11. » a. m.!f«E!uecher..A'pr. 12. 10 a. m.
SPatrlcla...Mar. 25, 0 a. m. ! t»Moltlce....APr. 20. 10 a. m.
♦Grill room. •Gymnasium on board.
lVla IJovei for London and Paris to Hamburg.
New York— Naples—
PRINZ ADALnKRT...Feb. 23. 2 p. it.: Apr. It: May 30
PRINZ OSKAR Mar. 21. 11 a. m.; May »; June 27
PBXNZESSIM VICTORIA IXISE April 4. 11 ft. m.
th°b /^s©c°©§ 7 ETi]a3Go©9tpa
Gsicdsid 0^ Q^GaiGDils ?
A\Og]©[pßffi 7 ©Bosflfly' mmifl DUsiQ^.
FROM N. T. APRIL 4. '05.
DURATION 24 DAYS— Coat |<JO an<l By.
US' THE PALATIAL ."*. 8.
PRIN2ESSIN VICTORIA LVISE.
Steamer continues from GENOA to DOVEB an.l HAM
BURG via many 'rtlirintlns. pointn. Through rates quoted
on application.
Offices. S3 anil 37 Broadway. Piers, Hoboken, N. J.
Fast Express Service.
— CHERBOURG — BREMEN.
Krenprlns.Feb. 21. 7:30 AM|K. Wm. II Apr. IS. 8 AM
Kaiser Mar. 7. 10 AM Kronprlnz May 2, 5 AM
Kronprlnz....Mar. 21. 6 AMlKalser May 9. 10 AM
Kaiser Apr. 4. 10 AM K. Win. II May 16. 1 PM
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
TO BREMEN DIRECT. P."- *■*'■* ■ ''*'■'
•Barharoesa.Ffb. 23. 1O AM; Main Mar. 23. 10 AM
Breslau Feb. 2S. noon *Barbarossa. Mar. 28. 10 AM
•Kurfuerst...Mar. ». 11 AMlCaaail Apr. «. 10 AM
Brandenburg. Mar.l 4, 10 AM i Kurfoerst Apr. 11. 10 A.M.
•Will call at Plymouth and Cherbourg-.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES- GENOA.
Weimar Feb. 25, 11 AMI Irene Mar. 23. 11 AM
Albert .Mar. 4. 11 AMI Weimar Apr. 1. 11 AM
Luise Mar. 11. 11 AM.X. Albert... ...Apr. 8. 11 AM
•Neckar Mar. 18. 11 AM K. LuUe Apr. 15. 11 Ail
•Will not call at Genoa.
From men Piers. 3d and 4th Sts.. Hoboken.
OELRICHS * CO., NO. 5 BROADWAY. X. Y.
Louis H. Meyer, 45 South Third St.. Phlla.
The Elegant Passenger Steamer
"PRETORIA,"
8.300 tons, will make three special cruises, sail!** Fcix
l»th and .March X.V.J. VJUS, to tile British. French and
Daoisb Wast Indies. Demerara, I"ort> Rioo, Cuba and
Bermuda. Rates for these cruises, occupying 21 to J-»
daya, 100 and upwards.
For beauty of scenery and perfection of climate these
cruises are un.lurpa.lsed. For Illustrated pamphlets, glv
tag all Information, apply to A. H. OL'TEJUHUDQS *
CO.. Ageuis Quebec S. ,S. Co., Ltd., 29 Broadway, New
York; A. Ahem. Secy. Quebec, Canada, or Thus. Cook A
Son, 261 Broadway. New Yurk.
(IDILOD aDCSDOQQDIRaaaDtxD tLQK3{E a
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Portsmouth. Pinner's
Point and Newport News, Va., connecting tor Petersburg
Hlchmond. Virginia Beach. Washington. U. C. ana mil:*
So.it): and W«st.
Freight and passenger steamers sail from Pier -2&
N. It., foot Beach St.. every week day at 3 P. M
H. B. WALKER, Vtca-Prealdent .4 Tra:Sc Manager
DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE TO
ill, SWEDEN & . BEIIMH
By the- fast 10.000 ton Twin-Screw Steamers
HelliK Olav. from New York... May li>
United States. fr^m New York. .May 14
Oscar 11.. from New York June 7
Hells* Olav, from New York... Juno |]
United States, from New York.. July 5
Oscar II . from New York July 14
BCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LINS.
No. I Broadway. New York.
[F©[P LPgdepllcjD EBO^ctOn
Steamships of th« RED "D" LINE will lail for San
Juan direct, as follows:
S. B. CARACAS Saturday. March 4. noon
S. 8. PHILAnELPHIA Saturday. Marco lv noon
For freight or pa;->..*, a^plr to
BOl"LTON. BUSS .•;- L'AL*. . .
Genera! Managers. t>2 Wall St.
Pamphlets will be mailed or. application far '
§F(»l morel TOTHE W£BF HBBB es
J?ED -D" LINE. v.~>
•*■* tor Iji Guayra. Puerto CaUllo. Curacao and Mara
calbo. via < v.i icao, calili.g ai baa Juar. p. H.
rrom Pier 13. aajo.ting Wn| at. Ftrrv. Brooklyn
3. S. CARACAS Saturday. 'siareh 4 noon
5. a. PiIiuADELPHIA SaiurUa/. March lJ »^2
x or i-«. uu)ta, Curactiu aad Maracaibo
d. 8. MAKACaIuo Mturdajr. Fetrr.aiy noon
6. 8. ZLL1A...... Saturday. Marcn U. nuoo
llitat ctctmtrj luv ( superior aci-uiuiuudaUuns for i*m?
■:*^ra. ■ -— - - . *^"
BOCLTON, BLISS it DALLETT
General Managers. fc2 Wail Si.
MALL3RY STEAMSHIP LINE.
l*v.tvcia. all t.t^Ac*lbs. TO
TEXAS. iVUiUaI-u. >ic..vU(... i_iUKoKXU CEOIW
MIA. KIAJtUUA. AUAUAAIA «ClU«»— « alv«.ton.
Key to MM. Mobile. jnc«i»onvilie. ,>,c.».
VthKLV t.\(. LitolCNa TO KUOftIOX
Bouitiet "Pocket GuM« - FUtK
c. a. UAiAonx * co.. vet Proat St.. n. t.
Ennfs^ff^lfTsifS Tour » Ju! y 1. by specially ehartere*
U»WP new. «*« s. s. ."Caledonia." iU.400
ViilliUVy/iriia ton»). via Glasgow. $245. with at
tractive aide trips. Exceptional advantages. Send for
program.
THANK C CLA3UC ' - - 118 Broadway. HBW-TOJOL
'
"Ameplea'o Greatest BaUrosd-"
NE.WYOEK
— / & Hudson aiv: ;>
THE SIX-TRACK TRUNK LIME.
,".: Direct Line from
New York <5c Boston 'o Niagara Falls.
Trains depart from Grand Central Station. 4 id Street
>na Fourth Avehur, New Yo-k. ai below:
North and west bound trains except those l»t»!i!*
Grand Central Station a' I*o A M . 2.45. 9.M, ILJ*
!' M . will stop at li'ith St. torecelve pa*^nger» tea
minutes after leaving Grand Central -.Station. — •
12.10 a. U.— *MI£>NIOUT EXPRESS..
B^O A.M. — iKNi'lliK STATE EXPRESS. M «t fa
mouj train la Xli* world.. Due Bs.T*:» 4-43.
8.13 A. M _.»p > \sT MAM " ■ hours I ••»• Chlcaso. "
JO.'OA. SI.- 'DAY EXrKtVS. ■.;.-".
Vi.Mt P. M — •81.-FFAI.O LIMITED.
J.OOP. M.— •SOVTHWESTJ'.RN I.IOIITCD. ' '. . - '.
LOOK M.— •CHI.'ACO IJMITEt».
5.45 P. M.— •"THE 20T1I CENTURT I.IV'TET>" »•
hour train tir Chlc»)c>» via -Lake Fho.-»
S.3OP. M.— tALB.VNY AND TltfiT FI-VER.
4.0« '• Sl._ •MICHIGAN CENTRAL EX.YX.T33. . :- -
5.30 P. M — •LAKE SHORE LIMIT.-" »« >ure te)
Chicago. All Pullman Cam.
S.S3 P. U.-»fj,EVEL\ND.- CINCINNATI. ST. 1.0C13.
mMA DETROIT AND CUICACJO MiIiTEU.
COO P. M.— 'WESTERN EXPRESS. .:.
HJJS-JJv'-'MONTftEAI. EXBUESi?, _^
;.J(» P. ■— •ADIRONDACK A Xl* w.'»NTTIB.\L KXf.
8.00 P. M— •BUFFALO. N-\.;-r:\ r"AI .- .»rvß
».». LANI> AND TORONTO SPKGIAI*
9 ° O1 i. M — 'WESTERN JJEXIT-YOKX AXD CHICAGO
EXPRESS.^
11-"» P. M.-»CHICAOO * ST. r.0C13 EXFSESA
* 'Daily. tExrept Sunday. "Except Zlor.Sz'.
«r. c . •■■„■-• -ii.vp.i.FJi BR.\N<n.
9.O|A. M". and «33 f M. *i;rpt SaStlay. tu rutsSe!*
ana North Adams. Sundays. 930 a. X.
Pullman cars on a!r throrish trafrm. -Z. ■ *
_• -. • Trains tllum!nst?.l with Ptnt-ch llchf. .
Ticket or:- at 149, ;<!. «13 and i:u B;-o»dw»r. IS
T-nlcn Sq. Wttt, 273 Columbus Aye.. ::t Wert t!Xt!»
St.. Grand Central Station, ted '.-•■ St. Srattor.. Ne*
Tork: 33S an-i 7:5 Fatten St. ani ICS Eroad*ay.
Brooklyn ••■.-.
_ Telephone ~SM 3Sth Street" for New York «'»rtra»
l- a " Service BaegaKr. checked from hotel or re«*Jenc«
by At went t Express Company.
A. M. SMITH. OEOROE ,i -. A.VIET.S.- ...
£ General Manager. General Pasa»nc«r \j..-ajL
RE AD i O SYST E
rtv _>"*-vv je;kse;y CENTRAL R. X..
Liberty Mreet anU .South Terry uime from Sauih FertT
W*£rJs£ } £21 earlier than *hown b*,«-,. kMI M)rrH
gAaTOxvßCTwnr.Kmai. aliemown and jucch
IIIINK (;ii Eaxton only>. s.l'j a. r.>.. L=--.
4.4 U. 5.00 <*. 4.5 Eai^on oaly> p. m. Sunday*. H.M
a. m.. LNI 5.3 i.' p. m. ■ -
WII.iK>BARKE AND SCRANTON— zt.fI\ S.l> a- m ...
Z , B ;?i.P- m - Sundays, i1.r,.) a. m.. Ip. m.
L "V' W( >'»i». 1-AKrMI K>T. ro.\xs niVER .%>*>
B.*i:.\tO_.\T— ti
1-atcewooO. and LakehurM only). ai.OO.sfi. OS p. m.
f-unday». 34^ a bi- ■ •
ATIAN'TK <irv -"•• a. m . t3.40 p. m
L I»^.'vS I{v > Nf "' ASBCKt PARK, OCKAX f.rOVK.
l*pi>T l'l.t\SA\r, AND kKASUOKE POI.MS-
al.oo. 5.30. i!.;/) a. m.. sl.;o. 4.4 C. &.»«, t.3». ltoi
p. m. Sunday, except Ocean Grove, 9.0u a n^. 4.00,
*i.30 p. ni.
EA?»T lO.Nt; BKA\( !l 4 ><\ 5.30. £.Z>\ lUO a. r.v.
1.30 4U» 15.50 AtUntlo Hida. onb ). 6.Z» p. ra. Sun
'laj«. 9.00 a. m.. 4 .-,,-, p. m.
1 '"V^ 111 I HI <RE.M>ING TE!II!INAM-'{.:;. 7.0.\
TB.OO. •9.0?. tIO.O'J. til. oo a m.. ti;.o>\ •J.ML IU»,
'm' tS.OO. •».<jr.. fi.oo. t«.Q*. 1~.5\ 13.99. f..^
p. n»., '15.15 nnlt.
54TH AND CHESTNUT STREITTS— 44.33. t».ofl -le-00.
*'"V-!''r a 111" '' ' >;0 ' J*loJ * 100 ' **•*•■ * 7 - 00 - '' 9 - 2Z p - m
baLtimork AND '.>iii\(;to>- S.OO. •10.00. -lro.-*.
•2.00, *4.0'». •6.0'". *7.0il •!•> 15
;r,; r,? IAHIaSBi;RG - POTTSTIIXE ammvdj,
lAItSrORT— ,4.Uf». z4.^5. tS-00. ![t3.l>.'.! [ t3.l>.'. ( 10 04 llnt>
a. m . Heading only>. I 11.00. i;»I.:o. +2.08 p. m. Read
ing. Pou:-.\i:it-. Karri' only. t-J.OO. tS.M p. m.
zFrom Liberty Street only. *I>ai:y. tDu.ly. except
Sunday. {Sundays only, t Parlor cars only. !;Vii* T*
matjua. zSatordaya aExcept Saturdays.
»/? m '7 8: '•''■'• rt St. Kerry. South retry. •• Aster House,
«1 43 1. 130». 1354 Broadway. IS] sth Ay.. ;sl 5t.1 Ay.
25 Lnlon Square West. 1..3 Ea-«t l!>th St.. 27.^ W«3t
12oth St.. l'4.i Columbus A v . N>ir York; 4 Court S;..
144. S6U E*altOD St.. Brooklyn: 330 Broadway. William*
burg. New York Transfer Co. calls for and check*
feanajre to d^Atlnatlon.
W G. BESLES. . c M. BCRT.
\ice-Pre< an.l Gen. Mr- J.n. P.issr Ag»nt
BiLTIHOSE ifiO OHIO RAILROAD
ROYAL BI.UE LINE TRAINS
"EVERY OTHER EVEN HOUR."
To BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON.
_ _-.. Leave South Ferry 5 minutes earlier. --;
Lt. Liberty Street > ■■■» _m. Except Sun. Buffet
10.. am. Dally. Diner.
12.0 i noon. Daily. Diner.
__ ,_. „ _,_ 2.00 pm. Dally. Buffet
"Royal Limited 4.00 pm. Dally. All Put; rcaa.
" 6 .i» pm. Dally. Diner.
7.00 pra. Daily. Buffet.
1-1 nU'nt Pailv. tjieei>er».
SPLENDID TRAIN SERVICE. "*"»"•
TITROrCiH TRAINS TO THE IVt'T.
Dally !.». New York City. South Ferry. Liberty St.
Chicago. PlttsbuTS 13.10 nt. 12.15 nt. Sleeper.
Chicago. Columbus 11.55 am. 12.00 noon. Dinar
I'lttsburjc. Ck-velund 3.55 pm. 4.00 pm. Limited.
"Pltt*buiK Llmltert" 6. 5 5 pro. 7.00 pra. E-affeu
Cincinnati. St. Louie 13.1 ft nt. IManL Sleeper.
Cincinnati. St. I.culs »,55an. . 10.09 am. Diner.
Cincinnati. St. Louis 5.55 pm. 6.00 pm. r> -er
Offices: 261. 434. 1300 Broadway. « Aator Ho; in»
Greenwich St.. 25 Union Square W. 391 Grand" St-
N. T. ; 343 Fulton Street. Brooklyn: South Ferry and
Liberty Street -
LEHIGH VALLEY.
Foot of West A:^orti«sdt and Desbroues Streen B. *.'; ■"•'■■
»lUIlr. tEireptSunc-n. Munrlar; aT.i-. d'.lV t" 4?. n^is. jg.ii.
„ __ ~Lv > V a Lv~NY7§
Maach Chnnlc Loc» ♦« it i* m. •> V) » a
Buffalo ExpreM «»T SO _ v »c* S(» a *
BLACK EIAJCOND EX FaXSB 1 ■•.*• • y «io': M * *
Maach i huait »nJ Hizietou Local ~tta > *'. •<l:.:» r x
"Wl!kes-H»rre hipre» ; .: ♦.; Mr» ■t4 1"> i»V
KasloD Local taiopsl ft^ff
CIi!Meo»n(l To on'o vnttlrale Express... )*ts I 1 y * •-§ -it r *
ras BUFFALO THAIN ..I •: 5 rxt'»^'." f _
~Tlc«eU fend : :::ir.»n arro— tmodailons 149, a*rU~. 353. i£U * 135*
Broad isa stn Aye.,23 Talon .«.q. "West. 843 Coiamlms .»—..
N.Y.. A SCO Fulton St.. 4 Court St.. S*> HmuJwjv i Ft. Foltoii
•i.. BrooUjn. at V. Tna*f or Co. win call to.- ana cheek oegs^e.
Lackawanrva Railroad.
Leave New York, foot Barclay an.i Christopher ala.
t&.W A. M. — For Bincharoton and Syracuse.
•10-uO A. M.— For Buffalo, Chicago and St. Loula
•1.40 P. M.— For Buffalo and Chicago.
t4.0-» P. M. — For >■ r.inton and Plymouth.
•6.10 P. M. — For Buffalo ami Chicago.
•8.43 P. M.— For Buffalo. Syracuse. " rica.
•3.00 A. M.— For Chicago— Sleepers open at 9 P. M.
Tickets. 140. 4.1). 11S3. 1434 Broadway. N. X.; 333 Fcl
ton St.. Brooklyn.-
Excursions.
Grand Mid^Wirvter Tours
LOW RATES TO
CALIFORNIA
Tickets rood to return until November L
Parties will leave New York. Boston, and Phila
delpbia. etc., Feb. "8. via the Urand Canon, and March
". Includ.r.g the Mardl Or.is Carnival a: New Oi.e&oa,
with Beats for the d™.y and nignt parades, botii tears
including visits to r.H-rsUe. Realands. San Diego. Paea—
ti«-::u, Los An^ele:', Santa Hurbara. Sunta Cruz. iion;-irey,
San J.i»6, Sun Rafael and San Francisco. Return journey
Includes the Sierra Nevada by daylight, Salt La*-? City.
the Gorges an,; Ci»aoas of ColoraJa by uaylisht, Denver.'
iS.m too Sprtngji and tiie Garden of t.ie Co.ii. Leisurely
Gojcurns »11l be :caU» at th« vaxioos plsc«a of Interest.
Business men and their fa:i.l'.cs tmi ladles can ac« all
Important points without waste of time, truvelllns luxu—
ii u-j.y under escort cf experienced cuodu:tcr« ih» entire
round tr.p. and being r«t:evt:.l of every care. .
OTHER TOURS To Florida. Mexico.
Curiti\ul. Japan, Around the World, llawal2>
Europe. Cruise to West Indies, etc.
Itullroad and Steamship Ticket* ereryirberp.
Send for book, nienf fooler In form: it Inn ilr»l— •!.
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
New York: 25 I'nion S<j.
Philadelphia. Boston. Putsburs. Chicago, eta,
FLORIDA-NASSAU-CUBA.
ttrri'l tne cold days In the "Sunny Souta.**
- - VKKSONAIXY ( ONUtntl) TOCKS
OK SPECIAL LOW KATK TICKETS.
EVERY WtXK DURING SEASON*.
Send for Book of "Winter Trips." tree of cost sad
containing complete Information as to ruutce and ra,tea>
hotels and dates, etc.. addressing
THO-*. H. IIE.VUKICKSON TOntS.
543 FITT/m.N >. I . RKOTiKutX, J». T.
88,543
Represents the increase in
lines oi advertising (ex
cluding Tribune advts.)
printed during January,
1905, as compared with
January, 1904.
88,543
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