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[ESSIMLO"FROM ALASKA
Failure of Placer Mines Caused
$4,000,000 Decrease in Year.
u-asHi^Stc^ **==- --'--A marked falling
* in t»» production c* sold in Alaska.
Sa'to tie faH'ire of 116 placer mines in.
** Fiirbsnlrs and &-ward renfesula dls-
StTi reported Is the praltnlaary ***
«t""t of the Geologic! Surrey oa'Alaaksa
_r-^ conditions for 1210.
-"rrrV^fiaction of gold in the -ear jras
---c-l=ate!r SI6.SSO.&X>. compared wltr
S?ELK» to &*■ Tll6 dectes i 3 ' : -tO be
purely to the Trarklns out of
f^V^nes of tHe two districts named.
'T^-h good placer dirt is left, but U can-
Jl vork-rd profitably under •«•*«*
r0l^!r c ~. , The Geological Survey experts
O» n« «ai de^elop^y
••^r dnes as rica as taosa new sivfcs
*?rci-ct:cn at other mlnerrls is tesr«as
v-T iMJd development Is hammered
SSSS^ ° f tat aal *** fact t2ia4>
* i --^ria aTe not belns opened. Ecea-
S£S beins -tarted In lode
"'," ', bot^ cf gold end copper, and the
** M^?incf the territory is ex
f^Z ■/ " reM «- than tne placers. 10l-
or the Placers.
*red *"f i«c began in I£S O. Alaska has
JS^TSiUJ. worth «*•« of
oa* «m go|d
TXrmMZLS HAS HO rAVOBITrS
&ate Controller Tells cf Designates,
of Depositories.
_ ■>■» «? — " r te adopticr- of a 4«C-
J»S*f *• "■ £,p, p^ ilic
S£rs &«• CcsrroUer CM
\ ,i in ccnverlence aad saasiac-
a -, —operlr interested, and tie
SicSlS^^ — tor = fco^s
S Security i-r public mone:-a r.as -eer
£3&em *&*> ac=or(iing to Mr: TO
•.—»•-! report to the I,esisls£=re.
Ini --c d»sisr.ati3n c - dsposi^ories "ie
Cosxioner E2TS no fivoritisn has been
e--w= ani deposits ar:i wllli<f— l« bave
— - r~Li£ r=.til:ly £=d In observar.ce solely
cf the preferences, both as to ■■— < -"--
iaasitx • .= sl on eauiry and i-.isii.ess pi-^i
c'?-esV"c- NoYenber 1- 1M 9 bants and
P^tt companies ts^i on deposit -with the
Csntrdler to eeaxre state moneys, state
tores «M*lK to SS.ST6,G». On tie first
,cf the present -_-"_ --be irrtimmt c: sends
or deposit was SLE.74S.OGO. from 120 banlcs
; tnd trust conapanies, Tm increasa cJ $*,
jtsr.ooo.
D'^rlrg th.« issaxztassy c- Controller
— _..-s Han have iesa purchased far the
Eeveral siniirg funds &.6c2^00 c* bonds.
„--.=..; - 4.0S :■■-- --- bass of — r--
.-.- last pur-^n.as€ ■was ci L>aceia.ber
I. ;; t^iu.ooo New Ycrk City £•£ per MOC
bends, oc practically a. 4.25 per cent basis
c: :r.ccn:e, In tie purchase of **■» securi
ties, tie Controller says that all these cf
ttrine mva^it—cn'-E fcr the EirJirs t"CZiS.
have h&d «L'^2il opportunity to transact
>«**« -p^ti tis £C2.r.e.
p.-r.frfß. a TTfTTCg CEDE? ISSTJSD
QsNjrt Felloes Up Decision to Paver
of Chaplin Gcnmlttee.
fafleai Kovac of the United Stales Clr
coS Court, issued a formal order yesier
cr - ajBBafBIBS James K. Wallace, Pa.i^
Ifiaiiai. Ksiey Plate, Harry Brenner.
;.' rt- T. Herrick, Gordon Abbott, George
P. Baflex and the Central Trust Company
from mzJrins? any use cf the BOCMia, &g
gres-tms :-:--: 880 par value, -chlch have
tier, deposited by Bm Chaplin cor2r3it.tee
c: bondholders with the Central Trust
■pery per.dUig litisatior:.
The C"T't" commitiee. .which la rep
resented by the Cclcniai Trust Cotapany
of ?::.;sfcurg. fa *shtins da Wallace con
n-ittee over, the recrga tian of the
"Wheeling & l-il-ie Erie and the Wahash
PittEb-urs — .--.- Hallway Company.
Jndso Xoyes rendered a £ecisian in fiver
cf the Chaplin ccmmlttes en December
15 rphoidins the right of bondholders to
•withdraw their bends from th-= "Wallace
committee at any time. In issuing the in
i*^:cticn order yesterday Judge Xoyes said
The defendants might surrender the bonds
•_-:.-. demand cf the holders of the certl-
Bbbbsl resreaaottas the deposit af th«
tonde.
SACKING FIRM to change TITLE.
TLft biasing house of X. W. Harris &
Co. -«-iU charge its nan:e socn attar the
Srst .*. the year to Harris, Forbes & Co.
The £r3 "p- bear, in kaflfaeai for t-wenty
€^.:; years under its present name, and the
<±£r.£a is a ooßßjd&ent to AHen B. Forbes.
■who has bten associated for twenty years
"Kith tis firm and for the ".ist ten years
ins beta managing- partner of the Kew
"I"— i. orflcc.
Tiers - ... be re- change in the composi
*.-- :: tie: firm. N. W. Karris and sXL the
present parnners tcHI remain in the baßßi
nsss. Besides Sir Perils the other part
ners resident in Ne^r York a.re Arthur N.
Harris. Uoyd TT Smith. Everett E. Srreezy
asi Charles "W. 3€alL
COTTON EXCHANGE REST DAY.
The Cotton Frr.r'srge is the only one that
taizes a. bnlliay uHlcy. It closed yesterday,
rat to rscpea until Tuesday. The Stock
ETcsan^e «0 liave the regular we hour
tessiwn to-day and £.11 the other important
scares, -dth the asaeaptiflß cf the Cotton
Excinrse. ' .'- do the same. All the es
cisng6"i amil b^ cicsed en 3£cnday and - ...
«P"?n agsin en Tuesday.
"- 9 SIZE 525,000,000 O RTG A CE.
Uhsay, Dec 3D. — i\uthorizat:on has Jseer.
C-*"en ty the Public ServiCe Ccmmission to
'"* Central Xcv Er.irlar.d Railway Company
" execute a. $25,000,000 ■** "IJ'lf on its
myextj and franchises. The company Is
Ps«nr_:tted to Issue $12, 317.000 in bonds, the
jroceeds to te used to refund certain out-
R »^i:? oMlptTicsa cf ths cempany.
CONDEMN EASTERN OYSTERS.
Franc-ice. Dec. SC-.— A report en
S*frerr oysters presented ty City Chemist
A C. BlQbb says that ever— Eastern oyster
•"ttted has been found to contain poisonous
•ulphata c: copper, presumably used as a
Pr%rtr(«.UYe. The cysters am shipped
ttiaa. Xer/ York City and South Xorwalk
e^' .; : ■ Ccnn.
' 'Z C~ LUMBER ADVANCES.
5-sni?, Dec. 30.— Several cf the Icadlns
fcmber rtaruracturers ef T7ȣtern TVaEi
tq»tßn hs^-rr Utted the .-"■
*"".-:- ■*l i thcusaail feet to J« 50, mark
•— s t!j« £ret aavs:.. in . ifitha and ecfliar,
• isa»nneri7t-«Ue^e. the pericd c? Imp c-jo
tstisas that has prevailed ilcc' last Jur.e.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Trs JoUa-s-ln^- s^tlticns in bankruptcy
% '«re CiaJ ii The Unlr&a Stat*s District
.Court yeatercla: :
— -"- c. at Ci^ubi* met . tubto£ and
* eT -ii Ets-mping at Xo. Cl First avenue,
jttsehatary, by th-s» creditors: L*on Soas
?ao. 12,73, «r.d \srii3iaia D. ■■:-.. tZil.
*t * « alieged »h?.t uus corporaLtion rnad<;
■ ■ - payments. . ..re are tail
to cs G.Vft end £*s<?ts |*.cOO
■ -<AY BOTH, ot .-"•; '.-.: East 52d street.
'Or^errr - vrtoleEs!* litjucr aealer at Vo
*": ->t£2ros2cs str/jfcv^^cluntary. -rith lia
---■■■■<- .
FftA^CK C- CAREi^^lornobUev^i.
W *•-»'.■• c : _ . j -r- •>-
'- - " ff^ ■* ■"
TKzAjche TOEIAE. dealer i= c^thi^S
jg" s«=.'s fcnttfiins scods at N"ewturs,
55*atsty. _: these creditor*. S. J.
fajtSSß & Sen Co.. i- .: -. Rider. £00.
i.'ta Jo«epii Seiircan, ?27i. It isrsjs ai
leered that he made preferential payments.
Assets are estimated at $2,000.
CHARLES HIRSCH. saloonkeeper,- Nos.
2~ and 23 Rivingtan street, voluntary, with
liabilities 13.C&; ana no assets.
CONDITION CT TRADE.
"Dun's Review says:
After a. satisfactory retail holiday trade,
,- business in nearly all branches iE - quiet,
1 ■ffitii the usual end of the year adjustments.
The outlook, xvhila not as promising for
immediate activity as might be .■---•
. contain*, none th« less, many elements of
J strength. The iron and steel trade is still
{ '--onfronted with a consumption of only half
' the producing capacity, and the drygoods
'business with the problem of costs: but
j there is an absenc* of demoralizing specu
• lation and of overstocked shelves in all
1 mercantile lines, while the agricultural
' prosper- of the past year and the gen
•eral feeling of conservative confidence
■jiake conditions better than the trade sia
ustics indicate. The financial situation as
(a. whole is improved, and the prospect of
j the heavy dividend and interest disburse
1 ments flue January I imparts greater brisk
ness to the strictly investment market.
Winter wheat conditions are described as
satisfactory, particularly as there has been
rainfall in the SouthTrert-^ Bank clearings
j last week outside of New York declined
■i.6 per cent its compared with 1909. and
10.6 per cent as compared with 190£ In New
i York. T.here the totals are most affected
' by the speculative transactions, the fall
i ing of? was 25 per cent and 31. 4 per cent,
1 respectively. Gross railroad earnings on
: th-i other hard continue to show moderate
! sains over last year, the increase for three
{ weeks of I>ec3i3il»er being 7.3 p<ir cent. For
j iign coan«fivce at New Vorli in the latest
, •week a^imeTated J25.T15.451, against 531,933,
iEM in 7,-09 and 527.270.e08 in 1908. Imports
were 5"J?.C«7,503, or $7.J13,!j04 in excess of the
; crportjE.
Braifistrewt's says:
Po«-holiday Qriet rules in general trade
and. Industry. *■**. «J*olaE£ja and retail
: .-.ess and manuf?., •■■' T operations all
j al : ice f«e! the effects cf : -ctr-enfl Inventory
! operations, prcperaticu of ? r^npl-s for
: vprir.g trade and cleaning- O9 tit stocks pre
! Stminar;' and Incident to the end of the
' year. EVoaa retailers generally the reports
• are of a good though not In all cases rec
, ord volume of holiday trade. Best reports
•as to trad* generally come frcm markets
wnich have realised from free marketing
of agricultural products, while less unan
-. .-v in these reports is visible from indus
trial ceirtraE. -which have felt some effects
, proceeding from curtailment cf production
Taking- sections as a whole, the South sends
I especially good reports, due to good prices
realised 'from cotton. Reports for the week
as to collections are also best from the
■ larger "Western centres . anc the South.
Some Western points note the effect of
less satisfactory "prices secured by farmers
for their cereal crops, and assign the slow
| ness cf collections in part to holding of
crcc3 b/7 farmers.
■r.att.pcaD EAS3OBB6.
iVIWT'A WBSBBSHBUtI & ATLA2ITIC
2910. 13C9. ISOS.
Z£ wesS *=. I>s=- 5C4.357 551.62? $46,061
j-:- l-Cssc 2: . 1.344.004 1.226.T80 944,753
chssafSass & OHIO.
jSd week is. Dso. $535,543 $590,175 5518.213
i July "-Dee. 21.. 16.0&4.127 14,918.531 12.701.56S
: DesCBOCr. TOLEDO & IBO^TTC^.
i S3. .■week In D*- SSS.SSS 525.971 $29,070
. J.:y 3-r>ec. 21.. 696.151 793.725 £25.900
1 DBXEBOCBUQC Cs* MEXICO.
S* weeJc 1= Dec $167,510 5130,433 5131.366
July 2-Sec. 21. c 865, 32 D 5.542.919 2,3e5,3£3
NATIONAL C? :f£XICO.
• m TvesS i- I>es. 51.230.96S 51,16T,T7S 5985.053
jMr UX>*C 21-. 25.914.343 2510a&.2£5 21.453.T16
: "ICHTLB ft CHIC
:Cu=:ber cr =iZes 1.U4 1.114
!ci -rreefc la Dec 5250.5C5 $254,766 $220,731
i 1-Dec. 21.. 5,239,376 4.&44,965 4.679,773
ALABAMA. CHEAT EOUTHZKN.
} Mc^th of Nov.—
Number c* r^ilss 30& SOP 30&
Gross fy-=:rg2- SS£i2Sa $SC£.6a2 5288.712
' Ex? £Z.t —t" 2SS. JO4 25&,£i0 125, 75S
Xet earai=ss. $3«.235 5109.402 $c£.954
Zzly 1-Xov. SO —
■ Gross ear=i=ss.. 51.539.125 . 51,653.e5S 51.494.734 .
! rip. ani taxes. 1.292.310 1,230.701 1.128.470
Net eamf-.gs. SS&S.SIS 5422.555 5365.314 j
crxcrrorATi. KEW opt r^-a & tttx^s i
PACIFIC. I
i Month c? xov._
I Number cf nziles £37 S3" S3S
I Gross eamir^s.. $508,306 5797.744 $525,509
} Exp and taxes. 566,133 506.472 ' 425.567
Xet earn^iES. $242,173 $291,272 $195,942
-ul-- V-SSor. SO —
Gross earzi-gs.. 54,001.123 53.694.756 53.243.15S
' S^p. and taxes. 2,502,314 2 425.955 2.253.927
Xet €aril=g-s. $;.49E.519 £1^5£.72S £348^31
crxrp^L cr Georgia:
V-—.t-er toSea .9115 1,916 2,318
Gtoss earnings.. 51.1»0,5i3 $1,117,420 $1.00&;064
i^?. a^_ tires. 795.299 752,321 714.372
Xer esmlnjß.. £331,244 $3e5.055 5£92,£22
J-J7 1-Xov.SO —
j Grots ear=t=Ks. $5,4^6.494 £5.174.313 $4,823,452 ■
j Ejsp. end tiaiea. S,SS3^I9 2.515.915 E.550.£2r !
Xet eamlnss-. £1 552.1i5 $1,625,404 $1 M |
GEORGIA.
Month of Xov. " *"" :
1 -'rress earninss.. $306,134 ?256,45i $245,060 '
H3n>enses .-■ 209.50S 193.711 196.5£S
Xet ttrr.'.-zs.. 5Z&.52& 532.755 $4&,471
. Cther faaoaae. . . s.ciT 9.553 S.OCS
Tots.: income.. 5105. $:C2,623 555.477
Chgs- ai tcses.. C2.SSS 59.571 55.560 j
Surplus $42,453 442.051 $2,317 ;
J"!y l-Xov.30 —
Qm «arai=gs- 51.54&342 $1,302,171 £1.222.760 ;
raises L005.C25 534.259 1,012,066 i
Xct earclnri.. $226 7:7 $387,851 $220,634
Oiner Jnc^ne... 42.753 44.637 45.554
Totil Income. $£^2,500 54:2.517 $26fi,04?
CSISB. £z taxes.. 2£2,131 ; 301.&57 275.562 1
Deficit $5,531 •J111,2£0 56,544 '
■&■■
iIIXXEA^OL-IE & ST. LOCIS.
Month of Xov. —
Gteoai Mralwaa.. 543&.555 J492.127 $R62.5El !
Exb. Ati tares 340,137 C 32.539 24S.SS8
■M earnings. BH^aV $159. 1££ 5114.54S
J Other^lscssa*. . . 5.659 9.17: 12.22S
Tcral income $105,157 $JBS,S6O 51TE. 771 :
. JiiJr 1 -Net —
Grcse raiwtno $2.5T«.07S $2,515.727 $I,©C9.O*>l ,
; Exp. ana □:». 1.€fi2.i55 1.500.544 1 ; 230.23G '
I ii ■■ ■ -1 -■ ■
! ■at comings.. $702^43 5517.552 5875J23 ]
' Other lnco=e... 43.570 £2.462 66,590
Torsi income. $746,113 5500.3£4 $745,415
ROCK ISLAXD LIKES.
Mast!: d Xov. —
Nuakar at miles f.02« « 084 8.025
I Or*- revenue... 56.192.58S «5.575,9<?e $5,107,207'
Or*r. espansts.. 4.059.110 4.145.M2 3.773,427 ■■
Hat cper. pew. 52.155.77S $1,725,464 $1,338,750
; Ou.tsi£& op /deb) 1^.4C5 10.739 14.56 a ;
Total act rev. 52.115.272 51.7CC.725 51.518.512 !
'■ Tss.ts -1fi.113 2TJ.172 201.558 .
Oper. income 51.502.260 51,476,552 $1,117,473
July 1-Xov.SO—
Oper. revenue. . $30 475 $20.fi51.036 $25,443,315
Gr-er. essen&e-s.. 21.243^60 19.573.551 13.272.474
Xet ajar, «v. mai.eoS $; 0.077.074 $5.170,5il
: Outside cp. (dei}> 14,493 73.751 50,852 1
Tc-mJ n«t rev. $9,177,175 $10,001,323 $S.US.fISS '
Tsxee . 1.194.43S 1.-041.551 835.537 '
Or-er. :3C«=e- 57.9^.737 $5,&59 772 «7^L£1.151
::-TEPiCC2-'-:nc OF iTEXico
Slcnth of Xav. — 1910 1809 Increase. !
i Gths eaminss- 1695.096 5646.66R $4S.C2S :
! Expenses . 464.722 457,594 7,16«
■at astßaap $231.434 5:59.073 542.252
July :-xov.c>- «.Sl3.6£S $240,704
!«>!«■ rrr"*rr c t3^H6.aa2 *s,si3.«j-s $240,704
Ej.penses 2,263.427 2.272.57S '5.151 ;
Xe> eamln?^. 51.252.564 SI "4? 5245»,553
•E»ecrc£sr
XATIOXAL OF iIKXICO.
: ,MonSh cr X;v.—
G-oss aßXßtaca,. $5,247,962 $4.^46.335 {301.127
ISipaßass 3.WLOC«3 3.075,953 -35.95S J
■at earnings. $2,205,967 $i.370.££l £CSSiOS6 .
i July 1-Xov. •&—
Gr-ss" e5mU5g5..526.573.301 $23.1*6 S€7 $3,423,454
1 Expanse* . 15.5%.t516 14.361.048 i,19&.5i3S
i X*t e»ra1nr!.f11.012,«55 iHTilai $2223.367 j
L 'Decr-aee
ST. LOUIS £ SA>* FFAXCISCO
SYSTEM
EX- LOCIS A 6AN TTL*NCI£rO
21cnth cf Xor.— 2210- -808. IMS.
: N*c er milts... • r >-15S 5,072 5.073
• To»s "ep«r. r«v. »4 o££4*SS $5.7t2.857 $3,332,137
TMai cf«r. «xp- 2.559.670 -MM 2.3i5.244
*;••■ cr«r r<sv. $L174,3J? «fi>3.o2» INK.S7S j
1 X*xes . ..; 145,«C2 126,3«» 150.015
I Oper. !aociae. E1.C25.6i8 "~sisZ«GO 5792.551
July i-Xov 36 — $18.1^.167 $16.105,1?<>
' T"«! op*r pW^JAJbI s*» Il'.ltfi-H- 106.10!
I Tc'til c?er. 12:£M:2»> 12.70C:.i'--:. 11.255.237
T-.€t «per rev. "■■•:"-• 9e.«ls.<M $**»■■- j
;T4^e« . 723.534 S7S,23<i 6»J.0a0 j
I CptX. mccair. 55.277.45j 51,0!1.445 $4.CQ3.0t2
CHiavGO & EAJTCBST ILLT>.'OJE!
M^t"-— at W ' —
v»r c n:«»?.-- «*^6 666 &66
TTOd *cptr. rev. $1.129,55& $1,072.3 M $320.7*3 ;
Total c^tr. *ip. SOS.2KS 7C*.02""» 047.020 ;
Xe* cper. rev. ~' J321.124 JiC3.435 $273,463
Oct£ifi«ep c^eb.j i.£53 . g.ssa _ -... 1 . 61 *
! TCttJ net r*r. Soi'-- 5T2 $i 51,250 $271.54S
Xa-es 52,000 22,400 2.557
Oper. Igeßtam. $225.523 $i5!2Sa
To'tAi yep«:y cp« : . o r«vX J5.407.6i& $4,37?,105 $#,577.12S
|t2£! cpS-- «CP- 3!«81.gS 3.1C5.C77 &.073.^0
! \>» BBss -■ 51.713.53S n7tw.«Bß 5L503.63S
JGaWdeOF Utefe . ft. Cg '^Bm T^lfcS '
Total »St rev. $1,707,407 $1.7ft5,55l T: ;:.:-j
Ta ie, 187.600 lg2,oC^> 112.557
Opar lEiOSie. J1.0i0.W7 «i.«!T^» «i.l v -3.5»6 j
YEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUXE, SATURDAY, DECE3IBER r 31, 1910.
EVANSVILX.E & TEKP.E HAtTTB.
' . (Including Eva=srHle <S: Indiana.^
Month of Nov. —
Mileasa .•.-..... SlO 310 310
Total oper. rev.. $225,077 5T24.219 $173,072
Total oper. exp. 147.516 132,294 120,064
Xst oper. rev. $77,561 $91,925 $53,0
, Outside op. </i*b..> ■ "■•> &S3 312
Total net rev. $76. 501,025 $53,596
: Tax-s 9,410 5.572 . 0,055
Op*r. lnccme. $67,501 $52,1<?5 $44,561
July 1-Xov. 30 —
' Total oper. rev.. $1,207,313 51.053.59S $051,953
I Total oper. eip. 741.105 615.143 E59.208
Xet oper. rev. $466,203 $409,555 $362,747
Otitsldo cp. (deb.) 3.868 4^15 1.424
Total net rev. $462^40 $465,640 $361,323
; Taxes *7.000 44.350 45,170
Oper. lnccraa. $413,290 5421.27S $315.14T
TOTAI^-AL-L. Ll^-E =
Month at Xov. — :c": c "; '"• -;
j Xrmber rf mll>s 4,64« 6,345 6.331
j Total oper. rev.. $5,388,425 $3,050.263 $4,426,873
; Total op«r. exp. 3.315,421 3,644,512 3.153.62S
Net oper. rev. $1,573,004 $1,444,450 $1,271,245
Outside op. (deb.) 2,202 3,146 1,929
Total net rev. $1,570,502 «1.441,304 $1,268,315
j Taxes 190.072 167.641 151,
Oper. income. 51.350.730 $1,278,663 $1,107,703
July 1-Xov. 30 —
: Total oper. rev.. 525, 470 .507 524 1"?. 270 $21,434,232
Total oper. asp. 17.257.151 16.452.5C2 14.517.aw4
Xet cper. rev. SJUS3.S7S $7,€55.»G7 $6,-515,23S
Outside op. (deb.) 12,^95 11.411 S.6(®
Total net rev. 55,17Z,05l 57.684,555 56,507.
T33-B "92t.75S 754.550 . 785.662
Oper. Income. $7,242,293 $0,505,9£» 70S 3155
DSSVT2I. NORTH \V irSTEEX & PACIFIC.
1210. 1909. Increase.
ZC «B«k In Dec $15*.127 5X5.903 $3.Sl*
XjOXDJXf r^TDEItGIIOUXD.
dttMg
TTeek end. Dec. 24 £14.430 £13.<»? tUB
: JuJ/ 1-Dec 24... 315.465 210.175 >"• 2M
lilstropolitaa ■District.)
"Wesk end. Eec 24 £11662 £10,847 £1.235
! July 1-Dec 24... 265,746 250,763 17.935
• London United Trasaway*.>
TTeek er.<3 Dec. 24 £3,122 £5,642 {500
I Jan. 1-D«c 24... 317. 70S 505,133 12.515

CHICAGO STOCKS.
1 (Furnished fcv Curtis & Sznssr. KD 49 Van
rtreet.)
i Stares. Open. High. Lew. Close.
179 Am Can . „.. SS 5*5 * &-s S 5 !! 9^
140 do prel .. -. ~" : * 7"ia 77 77
12 Booth .fisheries... 4i"» 40 40 40
50 do pref 66^ €6^ <sCij 66^
233 Com EdiEca 113^ IIS 112 113
207 Chicago Subway.. -its 5 4% 4%
41 Chic Telephone... 120 L?C' 150 150
106 Pasnmatic T001... 42 42 41 1 s 41 %
140 Chic Rys Xo 2-... 25 25 *•!» 25 2&~s
hi. DiHTrionfl Match.. 93% &3\ 52^5 92-3
215 Illinois Brick . . 6"? 1 * 87 '3S i 66*1
40 Met Elevated .... 23 23 23 23 -
25Xatio=al E:scult..ll& 11& 119 SSfi
ISXarloral Carbon.. 119 119 119 119
25 ?e;pi-'s Gas 105H 105^ l&o 3*3 * 105 Vi
S Quaker Oats 170 170 170 170
ISS do pref 103 103 103 103
21057.-ift & Co.; 100^ 101 100*4 101
800 So Sidai rievated.. €3-j 7O ; '3 69^s "O'-k
15 Ship 75 75 75 75
417 Sears 151 181% ISO 1S1 *
I Western 8t0aa.... 6H S* S% f>\
BOXES.
; $7,000 Coir. Edison 55... 100^ 101 ICO:* 101 ;
1,000 Chic C Eys Ist 5s 102-^ 102^ 102=4 102-s.
i 1,000 Chic K43 £rs £.- S2"« £2 "a £2Ta £2:4
i S.CCO Met Eiev is 95 9& 9& 99
C .-.-- ?aeum Teal 5b... 52% £2% S2=* 52?4
i ■
i LIVESTOCK MARKET.
>~e-»7 Tors, December SO, 1210.
B^XT^S ReceiTts. 107 cars, or l.s:*6 head,
tadudlnE 15 cars for th* market. Steers slow
to a small fraction lower: bulls ax 3 bologna
cc-sfs s'.aai--: owSbMB aad fat cows dull aad 10©
ISe lower. Yards cleared. Poorest to best steers
1 sold at S4 65!g$S60 per 100 IS: boXkjL S-iSS£S3;
: cows. £2£5g5.4 75; teiiers. «i 35335 50. Dressed
beef in light : of--~«>,x\i. a: ShiQlOhzc for native
eides. Lcndin cabiea quoted Americaii cattle
lower, at 13^i.i3<14i!iC. cresstd weight, sinking
the oSaL Refrigerator beef easier, at SSLi&IOQ
■ per lb. Liverpool cattle market lower, at fl^@
! lOrsc dressed weight, in a*MtHnn to tie c2al.
Extorts K—iEcrrow la the ilesiba, to London.
550" cattle and I.S&J quarters cf beef: in th*
; Cymric, to Liverpool, 456 cattle and 661 sheep;
; in the St Louis, ta Southampton, for the Lon
! don 2^ari:et, 740 charters of beef.
Sales Xewtcs & Co.: 22 Ohio steers. 110S Hi
' average, at ?6€o p;r 100 Ib: 28 Pennsylvania,
1 U72 Ib, $6 40; 23. &T3 It. Ss€s; 2 heifers, 900 Ib,
Si SO; 1. 500 Tb. $3 35. 2 cows, 975 It>. Si
Hsrr.s Gammission Company: 7 Ohio steers.
124,7 ft). $6 50. 2. 1100 Ib. $6; 1 heifer. 10S0 Ib,
$3 50: 1. 1120 a. £5: 12 cows. 1191 H). 54 70; 19.
MM Ib. S3 70; i. 537 JU. S3 50; 2. 775 It>. SS; 2.
750- tb. S2 35.
J. Snasaierjr & Sen: 20 KfiStucJtv steers. 1291
It, 56 35. 7 Ohio. 1112 r b. £6 30: 4 Ohio stackers,
; 700 rb. S4 £3; B cows, 1025 Ib, $4 50; 1. 750 Ib, $3.
McPierscs & Co.: 22 Virginia steers. 125S Jb.
1 $6 50; 10. SSS rt. 55 50; 22 Ohio. 1104 Ib, $6; 1
I stag. 940 It. S3 75. 1 bull. 1170 18. $5: 5 heifers.
6&4 16. $4 60: 7 cows. 1147 lb, S4 60: 2. 10«) IT).
$415: 3. &57 ft. $3 75; 2, 6?5 ft. $2 90; 1. 920
8. "taiders: 5 bulls. 1150 It, «5: 1. 950 n>
: $4 35: 3 caws 11S3 It.. $4 75: A 1042 Ib, S4 25;
, 6. 533 a, S3 75; 1. 930 Ib. $S3of 17. 673 Tt.
1 Si 45: 6. £2S Ib. $3 40; £. 837 It. *2 63; 12. £15
i Ib, $2 40.
Tobln & Sha.7T.aon: 5 cows, 1056 Ib. £3 SO; 1,
i eso Ib. £2 40.
CALVES Receipts, 536 head, Including 124
; head for the market. Veals quiet, but steady:
t "Western end barnyard cares nominal. Common
1 to prime veals soic at S6 50@ST.0 50 par 100 tb;
culls. $ses6. Dressed calves steady at 11316 c
: for city dressed ve£i«. and for country
dressed calves.
' Sales — Tohin & Shannon : 26 veals, 126 Ib aver
age, SS per 100 Q».
S. Sanders: i yea:. 210 tb, $11; 6. 147 Ib,
! $10 50; 4, SO Tb. $6 50; 1 cull. 80 !t>, 55.
K?rr ; -s Commission Company: & veals. 127 Ib.
' $8,75.
STTEKP AXD I. — H*ce:nts. 25 U. cars,
| ct 5.422 heal ircluiir.g 8 cars fir the market:
B^s cars on sale. Sh«%p dnll and lower; lambs
; alow to li)c lower, with £ cars held over. Me
; dium to good steep sold at $3 25&53 75 per 100
1 Tb; common to prime lanifcs at $5 50@$6 60.
D»-REsec" mutter, weak at S%oßc per re; Pressed
: iambs dull at Sti@llc; coaHtry dressed hctliouse
i lambs steady at sfwg.'SJ- per carcaEs.
Sc.ies Kerns Commission Company: 215 Otic
, lamb* 75 It average. 56 i 0 per 100 n>: 232. 93
■ li, $5 65; 196 PeaasyiTaaia. 75 Ib. $6 192
I Bnflalo 96 Ib. S3 75; 104. 104 tb, S3 50; 165
1 sheep, 12S lb. S3 73; 20 Pen=s"!rar.ia, 112 1»>,
■ $3 50.
Tobln & Bfca-nac: 199 staie la-^.s. £2 It.
$6 60;.
B. Sanders: 206 state lambs. 66 It-. $6 25; 8
sh-ep, 106 It. &12Z.
BOG? 1 — Receipts. 6 cars, or 1,115 head, all
i for slaughter. Feeling easier acd aomical quo— !
1 tationc ?S@sS 23 per 100 Ib for heavy to ll?ht
hogs. Ccuntry dressed toss steady at £311>tc
P-rlb. _
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Ch:.?3£G, Dec. 30. — CATTLE — Receipts, 1,300:
error. beeves. $-170 557; Texas BXBeca, -?4 25
@S5 40; vi'estem steers. S4 25®56; etockers
end feeders. S3 sO*9<Sßo; cow and heifers.
'If. »6 SO ; calvr-s, $75.59. -'HO<3S P.eceipts, |
17.000: more active, mostly 13c higher; llStrL
«7 605.57 05 : mixed. $7 60 0 S7 95; heavy, $7 6ft £
!S7 90; rouarh. S7 60@S7 75; good to choice
'heavy, $7 73(g'S7 S5; pies. $7 23(g$S: bulk ot j
j s=Jes $7 75&57 90. SHiTiT- — Pec?ir>ts. 7/'oti i
i strong; native. $2 60<«S4 35; \H*estern. $2 730 3
IS4 30: y^.Erl.r.cs. S4 75 5 SO: native laniba, !
isi 30^$6 40; Westcra. 5175.5?64C.
East BuffaJo, Doc. 20. — CATTLE — J
100; fairly active and steady. VEALi — Re
cstpta 400: active. 25c 'r.igher. at $7 § SI" 75. !
HOGs= Receipts. B. 500; active. s©loc higher; j
heavy, $S£s«so; nixed. SSigSi 10; Yorkers, ]
M.^s?ls: pies. SSlstgsS2s: roughs. S7<3
;S7; S7 15: Btaea, &5 73<i5650; dairies. $7 90 9 58 13.
! SHEEP AM) LAMBS Receipts, 13.000; slow; .
I sheet) steady, lambs, 15 ©25 c lower: handy
lambs. $-j'25C *■>'■ neavy lambs, $5055 25;
yaarlln*». S4 7"JfSo. wether?. S3 73@|4: «wes,
$3SC!SS3 7;.: -heep. aixefi. S2 3 54.
Kansas City. P»c. 30. — CATTLE — Receipts, ■
1,200, rcclufiir.s 100 Southerns; steady; cows J
steady to 10c lorv-rr; dressed beef and export I
atsers, $3SSSS6 30: fair to good. Ss@Ss£o;
Western $4 50 3£6 etockers ar.d feeders, S4g) '
5-3 40, Southern. SiSc>sS6: Sontbern cows. .-..'-.'
*4 50; native. $2 753553; Leifers $3SS®SS 73: |
nulls. lZ7a@S< 85; ci:'(6, S4 3035530. HOGS
Receipts. 5.80*); ssloc higher: bulk sales, ■
$7 72 2 >iSS7 77 . heavy; "J " 71' •; :S7 SO; pack
en arT*l butcher*:. $7 7O«?S7S0; lights. £7 70@ ;
$7 77^. SHEEP — Receipts, 15.000; S@loc
higher, lambs. $5 30® $6 SO: yearlings, ?4 25T«
(•SO: -vethers. S.SsOas4 3O ewes. $3 2i S !
£:•! f»0 si ckirs and feeders. S3@sS 75.
Cincinnati, Dee. 30. — CATTLE — Receipts,
°S9* -'vf-. fair to groo^ shippers, Sißo@ii 7.".. •
c'OTimcn. «2.'.:>Cf3."0. HOGS Receipts, l-J-37:
active 19e blcher; butchers and shippers. $6 05 |
•3SKIO; comnica. $7©«SlO. SHEEP— Re- !
eelpta, ISO; steady. $2gs3 90. LAMB;- ]
t:.. ? . : -- JUSSSIS
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Lirerpocl. 'Oec. 30.--TrHBAT— Spot firm; :
x . T a 3 r*d Westerc winter. 7s 2 : a c. futures ;
steady December nominal; March, 7s s»d, i
M , v *7' It* d. CORN — quiet; American
mixeJ. pew, 4s 7^d. American mixed old.
"s is*d- futures dull: January. 4s fifed: Feb
ruan-" "•*• o'ji, PEAS — Canadian. 7s «sd.
BXOlhtt— Winter patenir. 2Ss 6i HOPS ;r.
L-Tndcn {Pacific Coast). £*•«. BEEF—Ex
tra India rntss, 122 i 6d. PORK— Priae m-e* !
we«tern 122s 6d- HAMS— Short cut. 635. {
tj vCOX^-Cuinberiand csl *'' 5 " E 6 " short rib.,
( {O*s- Clear bellies. C&a <V. ; long clear midairs, >
UMhX. 61s f>d: i\es.vy, t!2s; short clear backs.
s&j. SHOULDERS— Square. r,.s fid. LARD—
ip^-r« weetert!. tierces. 53a «d: American re- j
fined palls 53*. CHEESE— Canadian finest j
•white new. Ms <$i: colored 5S*. TUP.PEN-
T!NE>— Spirits. 55s 9d. ROSIX — Common. 14s
rfll 44s COTTONSEED OlL— Hull refined.
'■" ' " . ■ ■ nsEED «."iIL— Kti'i refined.;
■AOt ft'ix' M TALLOV.-— Australian In Lon- j
fiC Lond&^ a Dee. 30.— SUGAR— Karr, c*ntrifn
- i a ii,"' n-.usco-adc. fife; beet. December. » I
in-/! TTyfiEED — Calcutta. Acr;!-J^r.e. C2s
LINSEED ouT «• 63. SPERM OIL. £34 i
r-c-TROLEtTM —^Tnerican refined. 3^d: epir
lu *\f TCRPCfUSS- Spirit*. . KM „*»- !
jjOSIN" America* rtrsianfl. l<* 7»;d, fine.
17 An^4fp. Dec. £O— PETJEOLET.-M 1?) frmue«.
PRINT CLOTH MARKET. ;
Fall River t>ec. Tft«re .Tiaa b««a «**i:
. i.r* n the Driat Clotfc tnarst«t this -week.
*?J **tte ?oul s-l« ar, •« rt »g a f, v »^, a *J:^ B
t1a«^»lot 1 a«^»lo^ i nnmaT. II &nd oth0 th« r <.iil7 H«« f foods
Th t cor-^anJftd attention was 27 inch. 56 by
I'^m MiT V yarfi Th« rentmew r-hlch
*'• a Xfl'rlr J-tt> .e*ll ror aelh-eriea throueh
£flb«n& ci. §Se; S3-lncn, 63 b7b 7 72. Rl*l
; M MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
! New York. December 80, 1310.
, ; Beans, bags . 450 Oranges • (Cal). a 3,525
Flour, bbls 4.51'j Lemons (Cat), e>. 324
. Flour. : sacks .13? Prunes (Can, pkrs 6.450
| Ccrnmeal. bbla.. SOO Raisins (Cal), pk,js 2.575
CorniTreal. bass.. S.7l2| Apples, bbl» I.SSS
OaUaeaJ. bois... .l.S2oiPotaioea. bbis 10.0®
"Wheat, bush.... 6.0001 Onions, bbls. £.400
, i Com, bush IPS.TSOiCranberrieS, pkgs 253
Outs, bush 98,079 Dried fruit, pkxs 4- I * o2
; Feas, bush SOOißcaia. bbls ISS
. ! Bariey, bush 10.2W!Tar. nbis :.. Co
Malt. bu5h...... 7.«V>i' ! I Oilcake, pkgs . . 1,500
; I.ice. pkis 8,825i-sfl. luC. bbte.... 1104
i Hay. tons 71" Ol«> stock, pkgs. 290
Straw, tens. . . 20 Peanute bag? 573
ilillfeed. tons... SO ; Pecans, pkss..... its
Hope, bales IS Tobacco, nhds 130
,"B«e£. bb!s... . f-00 Tobacco, tc5..... «8
j Pork. t>Ms 175 T-ibaaco. pßgs .... 576
I Kama, pJLgs. . .. 10 T.\Tiisfe^v. bbls... 422
I Bacon, pkige... 329 Wool. bal<"» 50
! Cut meat.*, pkgs- TVool, sacks.. . 224
I Lard, tcs 470 Cotton. b£J»>s. . . 4,725
I Lard, keys Cofseed oil, bbls ■ 640
Tallow, pigs. . 100 i Copper, pcs 12.425
Soap steefc. pkgr3 25 Cor matt*, bags. ?"(♦
, Grease, pkgs.... si}o Lead, pigs 1.l* 1
; Esittar. J>kgs . . . S,262!Hides, *« 1.000
Cheese, pkgs.... 7QB!Eie"es, bale? * 25
E«ss, cases . 5 Hides, bdls .. 1^35
:Dr poultry, pkgs 7,S66i£kius, bales 45
Live poultry, <:'s 2.'2!?''HT» T ifi-=' (Call bblp. IS. 1 )
: Crtag'9 fFJai. cs 1.855 Brandy (Cal>. bfc'.s 140
EXPORTS.
I Cora, bush 171. S34i Beef, rViF 223
' Oat* . bush . . 500! Beef, fees). .-■■ •' 26'
~P?as, bush . .. 5.144 Bacon, fb 419,475
Beans, bush... 7i4 Ham= Tb 11.600
F»«r, M.ckF... 4.27o!Laxd, Ib 1.016.950
: Whiskey, gais. W|Greas*", 1b...... 41.200
1 Grass B*4, bags 32«jcct'8'd oil. gals 130,350
{ Oilcafee, ft.... 3U.l«H>lljnb oil, gals.. 231.55<>
i Pork, bbls 50 Cotton, bales .. 3,755
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron, r Kb 1 .sls 75 Cotton, fHT"*T<r 15 00
7rtn. £0, No 1.. 15 50 Coffee. Xo 7 Rio. ISM
; Steel rails 1.25 Sugar, praauJsie-i 4. SO
Stand ctp, spot. 12.07^;- Molasses. OK. p 40
Tin 3S. 17V Beer, family $18 25
Exchange lead. -4.50 I Beef hems ... 25 75
'Spelter 5.45 : Tallow, prime.. 74
: """heat. Xc 2 r«d £814 Pork. tt»«ss 22 25
i "Cera. TCo 2 ... f>2 a 4 Hoes. dr. 130 IT). 11%
' I Cat*, stand wh. .tß^Laj'j. mid VT«6t. 10 75
, Flour, Mpls. pat 540 |
•Fob a.3oat.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
Xew York. December SO, 1310.
GKATS"— 'WHEAT— -was somewhat
I lower than expected, and this resulted in a
1 moderate setback early, but prices rallied and
' advanced ~®H=, with renewed buying by
' cosur.i££icn houses. Later thare was a sharp
• reaction, and prices e.i th« dose were H'S-if
; net le"w»r. Volume of business lar^e, ana It
i seemed to tve the genera.! belief that some big
longs had unloaded, and this had a tsnaeacy to
i cause general liquidation by recent buyers. No 2
■-, red, 3S^4c elevator and 9SHc f o b afloat; No
1 Xortiem DuJuth, $1 1S% fob afloat. CORK
"' — Firm. A Tfestern crop expert placed the
j con; crop at 2,575.0nn.00ry bushels, wh-icn com
! pared with the governtae2t fi^aras or 3.125.
713.000. :C£tv Xo 2. 52% c fob afloat. OATS
I — Inactive bat steady, closing unchanged to
IMe net 10-wer. Cash cats «t«ady: standard
white. SSVc; Ko 2. 23% c; N"o 3. 3S%c; Ko 4.
: S7?ic HTB Steady; >'o 2 "Western. 82% c
i fob XeTv York. BA3IXT — Steady; malting.
; 57:390 c c i i Buffalo. BUCKWHEAT— Qci«;
: Aiaericaa, 62% c c i t New Tork, Canadian,
! s«c bid, c ! ( Xe-w Tork, tar export. "Wheat
fmc:ud:ns fiocr) exports for the week, accord
: Ing- to Bradstreefs. apgre^ate 2.17&.929 bush
els, against 2.72f' last week and 3.659.£56
: last year; since July 1. 61.026. against 57.
750.059 for the same tlm« last year. Corn ex
ports for the week, 1,149,411 bushels, against
1.033.55S Last -reek and 1.151.151 last year;
since July 1, 11,044.270, asrainst i.« 70 list
sei£:n.
XEW YOBS TRICES.
T«st«r—
X^heat.- Open. Elgh. ~Lc*~. -Cos*, day.
December.. 9S-i 9SH. 97% 97^, SS
Hay SI 02 3*3 * 5105 SI 02 1 $1 02»s $1 02»
July .... — — — 109 100%
December. . — — — — 56%
May . .. _ — — t&S. 56%
Oats:
December.. — — — ZS.H 85*4
; Hay •. — — — 40 35%
• July . , — — — S?^ 39*
TSTEBJOU RECEIPTS.
j Wheat. Com. Oats.
To-day 460.000 702.000 655.000
Last week 732.000 £00,000 633,000
! Last year 766.000 535.000 525,000
SEABOASD CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wheat. Cora
' Ity~&s.y • ■ 3.000 — — 310,000
■Last week 34.000 47,000 277.000
! Last year 23.000 235,006 414.000
IXOUB A^fl> MEAL — Flour inactive. Spring
patents, $5 20©$3 50; winter straights, $4 20©
!S-iSS: winter patents, $4 60©S4 90; sprite
clears. Si 20 ©54 50; extra No 1 winter, $3 50
gSSSO; extra. No 2 winter. S3SS?rSSSO; K3Ji-
I sas straights, $4 60@S4 75. RT2 FLOUR —
Quiet; fair to good, $4 20 54 £5: choice to
fancy. 40 ©54 55. BUCITWHEAT FLOUE —
Eull: S2 25 per 100 Ib. CORNIIE.AL —
kiln dried. Si S3. BAG HEAL — Steady; fine
I white and yellow, SI 20 ©$1 25; coarse. $1 15
j @$1 20. FEED — Western spring. $24 75 ©325;
standard middling. $26; Sou.- do, $28 10: red
aogr. $28 35: city bran, 524 bulk. $25 60 racks,
middling. 527@529 50; red dog. $30; hominy
chop. 523 bulk, 524 20 sacks; cilzneal. $35 50
RSC
COTTOX — notices proved heavier
: than had been erpected, being estimated at j
over 200.000 bales, but ' after the somewhat .
j urjsf-rtied opening prices advanced or; the de- :
) rr.i-'nd for the local stock, tie smaller into
I sluht figures than expected, the falling of?
I in interior receipts for the week, and con-
I tinued heavy exports. The close was off
: from the best under realizing, but steady at
; a net advance of 3 to S points on all months
! except October, which was 1 point lower.
Southern spot markets were unchanged to
; 1-1 fie higher, and private reports continued '
'' bullish as to the attitude of Interior hollars. ,
■ All three of the bis: contract markets win be
1 closed until next Tuesday morcine:. "Weekly :
j movement figures: Port receipts. 302,410 bales,
1 against 161.042 last year; overland to mills
' and Canada, 38.150 bales, against 20.535 last 1
[ year; Southern mill takings, estimated. 60.000.' ;
; agcinst 70,000 last 3 ear; gain of stock- at ,
; interior towns. 15»iJ>8. against 9.039 last year:
j brought imo sight for the week. 41«.2ri7. :
' against 2R0.9"R last y^ar. Total crop move
' ment: Port receipts. 6.016.30« C2SO deducted I
receipts season^, against 5. 033. 026 last year: ]
overland to mills and Canada, 510.SCSS. a^ninst •
438.T20 last year; Southern mill takings. i
1.220.000. against X.2SK.ono last year: stock at i
. interior towns In excess of September 1, I
740,061. against 620.346 last year; fcrTTn»>it :
i into sight thus far for season. 8.456.733. I
I against 7,408,092 last year. Local contract
prices:
j Tsster-
Open. Hitch. Lew. Close. day. !
: December. .14.ff1 14 7? 14.<n — iS> — 14.59 i
January ...14.55 14.77 14.53 1-4 fif»«l4.To 14. «1 :
I February... 14.52 14.52 14.52 1-4^8^14.9: 14 80
i^rarch ..H.«7 15.04 14.PS 14.95514.09 14. &i ;
! April 15.10 15.10 15.10 15.07«15.1Ci 15 00;
May 05.07 15.24 15.07 15.16515.17 15.11!
June — — — 15.1*(£:i5.20 15.13 i
. July . 15.11 15.2« 15.10 151S«15.1« 15.13!
i August ...14.82 14.95 14.0.2 14.65®14.90 14.50
October ...13.43 13.45 13.45 13.43@13.44 13.44
Sp-t quiet, with prices 5 points higher at 15c
! for middling upland; deliveries on contract, 4.700
' bales. Liverpool cables: Spot, fair business
dclrg: sales, 10,000 bales: speculation and ex-
I port 1 000; /rr.eriean. 000: imports. 31,000. all
i American ; raiddling upland. 8.074. Futures j
! opened quiet at 1 point decline. Closed steady
!at a net advance of M4PIH -points. January,
!7SS^«S- January-February, 7.59 d; . February
i llarch.' 7.90 d; March-April. 7.91 d; April-May.
T.Ol^ii: May-June. 7.923: June-July, 7.9 Cd;
' July-Aupust. 7.573; August-September. 7.67 d: ,
j September-October, 7.SS 1 October-N'oveaiber. I
7.14 d,
1 'COFFEE Quiet: sales. 38.250 bags. At the j
close the market was at new high records for
the season for all the active positions, showing
a ret advance for the day from 9 to 13 points.
! Cables trer* a little disappointing, but there was
very little coffee for sale, and the market ad
• vanced or. UtffUm r>v strong Interests and cover- .
In" t8 slisrts. Havre closed unchanged to H. :
i franc "lower; Hamburg, at a. net advance of Hap
i % pfennig. Rio anU Santos were unchanged, j
' and cost and freight offers were generally firm.
■ Spot firm and unchanged at 13^4c. and package !
; coffee was advanced lc c?r round. Local con- I
■ tract prices:
Tester- |
Ot>en. Kieh Low. Close. day. :
December. 11.15 11.15 11.13 — — 11.10
January. . — — — 11.20^11.21 11.07 '
j February.. — — — 11.25*811.27 11.13
March.. .11.20 11.52 11.20 11.22JJ11.33 11.19 :
April. .... — — — 11.22i511.24 11.13
May . . 11.07 11.15 11.07 11.14*11.15 11.05
■ June. .. — — — 11.00-511.11 11.00
July 10.35 11.05 10.95 11.' Si»U.fl(l 1<».f12
1 August ... — — — 11.00011.01 10.R7
! September. 10.S1 10.96 10.S1 10.f15^10.9« 10.79
October.... — — — IQ.S.VnO.S<S 10.70 :
1 November. 10.72 10.73 10.72 MfITjUUM 10.69
PROTISTOXS— Firmer early, but late In the i
i aav there was liquidation and prices lost most |
; mt tb» early advance. PORK — Steady: mess.
522«522 50: family. $23<g524 50: short clear.
I $20(5X22. BEEF — Mess. Sl3©sl3 50: family. i
*18®$1850; Daclcet. Sl'^i.'ls 5O; eitra India;
\m*9*. $28S0«r^ BEEF HAMS— at $24!
! 527. DRESSED HOGS — Steady; bacons, i
ll'^c: ISO lb. 11H««1M lb. a lie: 140 Ib, 1
ll*4c: pigs, HT3C CCT irEATS — bel- j
lies dull: 10 lb. 15**:S15*;c; 12 :b. 13=£<f5> I
14c: 14 lb. 13"--c. Pickled hams da!! at 12Hc. ;
TALLOW — city, THe country, 7 : -i'S ;
7%.c. LAHD Steady; middle West. 10.700
TO.cOc; city. 10«sc: refined. Pouth America. :
11.75 c: Continent. 11.2-.c: Brazil, kegs. 12.75 c:
compound. S%i@Sc. STEARIXE— €t»a3y: dso, •
9«.e- city lard. IZc.
jrET.^XS — COPPER — Standard dull; spot. I
December. January February and March. 12#?> J
'12 lie. Lor.don — Spot. £56; futures. £58 16s -3d. |
! Lake copper. 13.® 13. 25 c: electrolytic. 12-738
ISc; casting. iaJSOWIS.TS& T?K— scot
. and D«iKiib«r. 3fi«138.35c: January, SS#3>;.4o<;:
Ftbruar-'-. 3^<^ 35.30c. and March. 35«Z35.2",c I
Lend on "weak: spot. £174 17s 6d: furnres. £173 •
17s Cd. LEAD — Dull M 4.40«4-55c Srw Tork
■ -{■ A.SOOt4.<Oe Ea»t St Louis. London lead. !
£13 SPELTER, 5 40&5.4""- New York find'
5.20(55^0c East St Loai£. Lcntion. £2i. IRO>r :
— Cleveland warrants, 49s lOuj in London. !
Teal market nominally unchanged. So 1 |
I taAry Xorthem. ?15 25 s*l*l 23: Xo 2. «14 7s j
iJSI3 75: X" 1 Southern and Xo 1 Southern
soft. «15 2.',^515 7r..
FTf-F, — at full but uncharged prices.
SUGAR— will b* a holiday in the ;
: fugsr market Saturday and Monday, Marker
; to-day steady at full unchanged prices;
i standard granulated. •* Me net. less 1 per mm
cafcb In London. bet: sugar wan unchanged j
♦o «jii h'.^^»r December ■.nd January, 8s; .
May 9» 2^d. Raw h«re inactive and nor- I
inally unchanged. Centrifugal. SS te»t, 3.BSHc; ;
muscovado «*» test. 2.4SHc molasses gugar. .
1 get t«t. 3.23^0.
" MOL^SiST 1 :*: \ND =VRrr<— but qu!at !
1 ar"-' viri<'.?'ari < *''*
S.WAT. — Sj-itrits turpentine steady
here, and unchanged and firm at Savannah. j
Rostn v.-as tirja and unchanged, with tar
on.S«L!i!M«*J cU aa;haat«4. R*fl=e4 st» j
SPECIAL EUROPEAN COLUMNS
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS.
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REMOVALS
; to AMERICA
MAPLE
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> I Having several American ' Lift Tans returning i
i 1 to United States, can offer exceptional terms
• for the transportation c£ «oods .to America j
I In One Van from Door to Door
• I '■ —Baggage Warehoused
$ — — — — — i— — — ■^—^^^
!:, ~~ PARIS SHOPS.
I SPAULOING & CO.,
| JEWELLERS AKO SILVERSMITHS,
• JACKSON" BOULEVARD. CHICAGO.
!36 'AVENUE DE L'QPERA, PARIS ;
l L. ciraud.
> TROUSSEAUX. LAYETTES. FOBE3. I
: Cannes; Pan's:
[ 23, Rce d'Actibes. | -:. Sue Castiglione. 4
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LONDON HOTELS.
THE OARLTON
■: ■ hotel. Restaurant,
and Grill Room,;
LONDON.
• HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
! LONDON
Midland Grand Hotel |
: MANCHESTER . . Midland Hotel
LIVERPOOL ... Adelphi Hotel
LEEDS Queen's Hetel
! BRADFORD- - - - Midland Hate!
1 ' liORECAttBE BAY . . .
! Midland !I§tcl
i DERBY ..... Midland Httcl |
; TV. Towle. M;inaser. Midland .BaUTray iiotels j
end Refreshment Rooms, etc Chief Office— ;
. Midland Grand Hotel. London. j
HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES;
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' Tariffs ff the Hotels and lull particulars an :
to route* may be had at the European Offices :
of -Tlie Tribune." at "Danes Inn House." 563 :
Strand over! outing Aldwrcn and lilacs way). [
• London. _ _
FRANCE, BELGIUM AND HOLLAND. \
GramfHote!
I PARIS
Boulevard da Capnciaes and Place de
i'Opera. 1,000 Rooms with Private Baths.
Tariff on Application.
PARIS (Favorite America! Home) .
HOTEL GOTHAM,
PI Bi^ HOTEL DE L'ATHENEE
Kflld tb Rue Scr ba
Pi jjLijltiJ the Grand op3ra
"Th^ f/oc?e-n Hotel of Paris; M
E. i- RiViß>->U i cR, tviana^ar.
PAKI S
■^ LflltL DE LILLE ET d'&LBIOH
223 F.^e St Honore, close to Palace Vendome.
' First class. All modern Improveroenss. Every
I horr.a comfort. Large call. Restauranr, |
' luncheon* and dinners at flied prices or a la
| cane. Telegrams. t.tt.t.a t.arr>v PABIS —
| Hsnrl Aba<l!e, Proprietor. ■' .
PAW&: Aye' dei ? Opera
HOTEL MONTANA
New & Up-to-Date Hotel
TRY IT!!
ADVERTISEMENTS AN"D SUBSCRIPTIONS
for The Tribune received at their Uptown Office.
: No. 1364 Broadway, between 36th and 37tn s:s..
■ until & o'clock p. m. Advertisements received at ;
I the folio-wing branch offices at regular flSce rates :
antH S o'clock P- ra.. viz. : 264 Sth aye.. a. c. cor.
i 23d St.. 15£ tth aye.. cor. 12th St.: 104 East 14th
st. • 257 West 423. St., bet-ween 7th and Sth ayes. ;
! 263 West 123 th st. : 1035 3d aye.; 1626 3d aye.
near 61st St.: 1708 Ist aye.. n«ar SOts St.; 157
East 125 th st. : 753 Treraont aye.: 650 3d aye..
: and any Atr. erics n E>istrict Telegraph Office. I
' - — — ' — — r
I ticleum was steady at 7.40 c for standard
' white in barrel* at New York.
COTTONSEED — Trading Inactive and
prices easier, closing at a net decline of 235
i points. Local contract prices:
Tester-
Open. High. Low. Close, day
Soot — — — 7-2757.45 7.32
January 7.27 7.27 7.27 7.27:57.20 7.29
February — — — 7.2757.30 730
i March 7.34 7.34 7.29 T.30(g7.32 33
! April — — — 7.3257.36 7.35 i
. Hay 7.37 7.37 7.34 7.2?£7.3S 7.33
■We — — : — 7.35@7.41 740
July 7.44 7.44 7.43 7.41@7.43 7.43
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
r Uew Yorti. December 30. 1810.
BEAKS AXD — Receipts. 505 bags ;
! beans. 400 bags peas. No change in white beans.
Red Sidney higher and firm: stock ottered spar
ingly. Lima steady. Scotch peas _flraay
BEANS, marrow, choice, bushel. $2 30@$2 S2*r
off grades, $2 20©$2 2T'-«; : medium, choice, S2 17 V 4
@$2 20; pea, $2 25; off grades. $2 lO<gs2 20; ira-
DOrted pea. $2 05^$2 10; imported mei:-j-Ti. 52®
i§2 05- red kidney. S3 05#*3 10: white kidney.:
$3 10@$3 15: yellow eye. $2 15&52 20: black.tur
tle soup. $3©sCos: lima. California. S3-25553 30;
PEA? Scotch, bags, bushel. $2 65552 70.
| BCTTEB — 3,262 pkgs. With con
siderable pressure to sell prices declined '^Ie- ,
It the reduced figures business is satlsfac-^tJ - .
Creamery, specials. Ib. 30c; extras, 2S^aS29c;
firsts. 26@27 1 6c- seconds. 24®25 1 thirds. 23®
23 -•c: held, specials. 29c: extras. 2&S2SHc:
firsts. 26@27i2C: seconds. 24<S25^ic: thirds. 233
I 23 1 .2-': state dairy tubs, finest. 2S®2S»c: pood
Ito prime 25@27c; ccrr.mon to- fair. 20®24c;
process specials. 24Vt;g25c; extras, 24c; firsts.
' 22S2Sc;" seconds. 20521 c; imitation OMflMry,
*-st« 22@23c: factory, held, 22@22Hc. current
n?a!ce. Stilt. 17%®lSc: No 3. l«s«"t * *
CHEESE Receipts, 70S boxes. Fair out-of
' town trade in medium grades cf whole milK
cheese up to Friday morning. Market sieauy
i under moderate trade to-day, with no charge
in values. Skims continue quiet and movement
coanned to better sorts of November make for
•hT most part State, whole milk. September ,
; cVialir- «oecial» 15^@17'-*c. fancy colored or,
■^"c '15^ choice. 14%@15%c: October qual
ity fine. 'l-'-Sli'-ic : current make, common to
fair. 11313 c T skims. August-September ****
isaiaSc: esh - average fancy. l0@llc: rlne_.^i
eotieffair to Rood. &Sic; common, 3^gs^c:
S€G»~Reee«S«a. 5.202 cases. Freah «th- I
i e^d m mc-ierate supply, fair demand an :
! at uncharged fairly steady tone en prime .
at urVfear-^pd prices; fairly steady tone en pr:rr. ?
Ito choice ouaUties. State, Pennsylvania and .
! reax*"rSffv«hltM. fancy. 46£4Sc: ordinary
« toe laeSe: gathered. 3«®45c: hennery
toowns' fancy. 3S«WOc: gathered. S7S3SC; fair
to^ood. 54226 c: Western gathered 33® ;
40- < ; re»h gathered sftiectad extras, 37539 C; «x- ;
ends to flSuTa dock. 22#24c; thirds an- poorer, .
• i^oo^.-airties, ISQ-21C , i
■ ?-¥LTr»--DKIEi.' — evaporated apples a
l little eiuitr, with 10»ic full top on prim* in :
! "»rio»J lor*. Choice and fancy firm due to ;
i «r,-o-i«f adrieos from upstate, bun dried scare* ;
. and 'flrm. Watt* active aaJ strong, w.ti noth- ,
i fSs to be had uarter 4^c. Chops firm Apri
| cots coining forward elcwly. and while trad* ' I
£? ustnairltrt aolda firm. Peaches strong. |,
! Specially ur.pc2l.sd. The few prunes cominc , ,
i •*-c culrkly absorbed.' with market firm at th*
i close- Toast v.rice is on a 7c basis. APPLES.
&»«. fancy, Ib, XZHQ ISe: choice. 11 "4
&IV--C; prime. 10«4c: prlina, Jobbing sales lip ;
■n.*»c: prim*. 1900. »^©loc: *un dried, priai« :
I • t % choloa. Western, quarters, bags. lt». 7tj© •
7iic - iou'iiiarn, tl' t 6^c. Pennsylvania. 7c; ,
I Bllcfs s'-i@Cc: chops. 4«4»4?3C: ceres and' '
|l\ v 4-"-c. RASPEERF.IEfe. Ib. 2SS-SOC: ,
! i-H£RBl£e. ITfflSc. APEICOTS. California.
Moorna.rk«. 14ysi7e: Poyals. 122 4c;
PEACHES, reeled. 16ClSc; unptelfd, .&i>hc;
I-RTITi— FRESH — Apples qulst but steady
; Roars firm. Cranberries etecdy. Strawberrie*
scarce. Oranges ar.J grapefruit plenty and
Iflfr. Pln»iipj3l«« dull. APPLES. York Im
perial »nd Kins. doable h/»ad bbl S3 30 0
14 7S. Graen!n«r and N'orthera Spy. $3.10523.
Balflrvin. *S 253*4 SO; Ben Da-vis. S3SS4:
I Ruksi. i 2 2'«Js3 25: Far Western. box?e. $1 ; 1
522-, PEAH.- Kl'ttrr. hhl. (2#9528 hair.T>*r. ;
TSce>tX'SS: CBANBEHRI"i». Caps Coil. bbl.
SS^ST"»: .V*t*- York crate 52 25; Long Island,
bbl. »3 50&$0: Jersey. S7CSS; standard crata.
$2 25; New TorJt, $1 75(Rif2: *T1 I >a^'BKß- ;
•US. Florida, viirt, 73 ©90 c; C»llforalv plat
FOREIGN RESORTS.
HOTEL METROPOLE,
Proprietors: The GORDON' MOTELS. Ltd. 1 ll||l|ll||
A Favored Stooping Place for A merle** Visitors. ■ ■■■■I ■■ ■ ■
Vofi Central fomitinn in the We*- End. ■ ||||l||l||
Tariff Free from Upton- a <£F.cr ''Sew V r-: ■■ «# |■ |# Will
• Triinrae," 1364 Broadway. -V Y. aam^<^m~^ -w »
i C*~ _^^^^^ "~ ' ' ' ' ~ Ta« Georxc Nuajnvlrh ffnt«l». ltd.. «■
_ as m earn modern detail, intnrvftatimm
'AfftAMV iflffff ami. Room* resei-r^d. and tariffs *f Clark*
[*atro-Egypt 1 Ton>.*t A««nry. 113 Cro^ww. >»•«- \or*.
•^ mWnaT * ' ami Hotrl National. Zirirh. ■»w!tz«rr!.-in<i-
SAVOY. CONTINENTAL. AWGLETERKE.
Most luxuriant in in* Orient. Perfectly n*tr. oppoilt* Ezbe- Weil-know a hizh-ciaM Faw-
Full Sooth. Centre of fash- kieti Garden* ft Opera House, j jit Hotel. Qolet position, «•»»■
lonabie Cairo. R^m. have Each room ha« ball ny A church**. »r^la! term* for
• t0l a £on a i?ed r>n\ate hata». flrrpfac Grand verandah,. 1 families Moderate price,.
Patronise by Royalty Hrrylan. Graml v-rin.laha. fa^il"- m.».*i-i -J^
~Z—. m - - - - — /EVttY AMERICAN MOTEL COMFORT AN»
|A J& aia-BA (Ivut LUXURY- NEW MANAGE«£Nr. and
AMIuFC " LCXCSY. MEW MA*AG£«£*r
I ■ Ja%|^| Wm L^# ** »CHMIO, {HoUJ Tfcvaeriiof. Tk«» i. s«a>!**r'.
U HOTEL BEAU-SITE
rANNES-GRANQ HOTEL CA L I FOR HI E
A i Patronized »>? American Ambassador to Enslaad. Spperbiocatlon: 100 m. a/*,
Vrff Every modem comfort and luxury; 60 prirute bath*. Prrr r«t r^Par^_ _ >lagager
SgTirTLORENCE M."
Tbe Leading Hotels of Florence. on the Imp-Arm*, -with comm»ndU»a [ it l^ t^J >i^^ m^
«ir«iundln** and Hirer Ana. Beautiful Wlster GaTdena. Pnrato Bath*, -team Heat. etc
TWO LEADING HOTELS. ;
BERLIN. |
Hotel Der Kaiserhof \
Rtuaovatm* ml coal ot St. 000.000. !
AM Latent American Comfort*. I
I ni«alrmU4 B««ki«U (roa "New York T .aav *
j ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE, t
I «J llAiillES,"^. 1
3f to fiILLUPAUGE
j Opened in 1901. Orchestra.
|4(> Private Baths. Perfectly
i appointed Garage for 3O Cars,
j \i»ith turning table.
lljp 20 ° ROOMS. FULL SOTTTH.
IliP LARGE GAKDEK. ALL SUITES
■ was) tt-t— PRIVATE BAIH.
HOTEL DE NICE
CENTRAL HEATING TE?.OrGgOrT.
NICE-SEifiEW Class Americana
■■*■■■ latest
HOTEL . Comforts.
n..-J a D«affirrNO Bathrooms and
bran Bretagnei sanitation
Centre of ° by Mott.
Jartiin Pnblic. J ew York.
Rome, Italy,
Grand Hotel
OPEN THE YEAH ROUND
The most beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. American
elevators. Charming suites
with bathrooms attached.
• r>- DEH THE SA.ME DIRECTION AS
THE SAVOY HOTEL, 10*30*
Rome, Italy.
Gri. Hctsl Quirinal
OPEN THE YEA* ROUND
The Hotel combines true borne comfort and j
hixury. Situated on famous Via Nazionale. In
the highest, healthiest and most elesant part
of the City. 60 Bathrooms. French Restaurant.
Branch Houses: The Palace. Milan: The
! Palace. Lugano; The Palace. Lucerne; The
j Palace, Barggnstocte. -
R I*lll C Open the ! FuJI South.
II IP Year Healthiest
"■■■■■ . Eooud. . Location.
HOTEL ROYAL T Zg£r?
Under new management.
OgE-SAVGY KOTEL
FiNE-ST LOCATION
Via Laiiovisi, facing Queen's
Palace Modern throushoat; cen
tral heating: best American aad
English patronage.
-—^L rUAI IN EEA'JTIFUL
4nß bliUHl PRIVATE PARA
Eg "ECEN PALACE." .
| TMQ ITr ORANGES. Florida, box. $1953 23.
California. aav*l. Si 40S$:V^5. at-z'-^ «a-. c
$100093 25; -a'.f box, $I^s2, Por.o R.cq.
UA S«e«fle»: TAXGERIN2S. Florica. _st ; - -^.
7*. S42V > orto Rico. liaTT box. Sx Ij3
* \ io* KUMQuIts. quart. s©loc: GEAPE
f-RUIT. box Sl23®S4; PINEAPPLES, •»»*
'°hspS^- Market strong and prices show a.
mSSrtal advance, with the tew lota ? rirst
hands beUig picked up. As bigh £3 lji»c »
reported ottered in Soncraa ar.J Oregon. w:t
! stocks in very small compass. In New sor.t
State only a handful are left is gro*-«rs
bands Cn th« local market tnere is a good
inauii-7 but no hops available. Er.sasn an-
German marietta are rJgher in syrr....^- _
ours. SiAt*. 1910. prime to choice, lb. -. :-■ •
Sos mou;rm to go.-d, 23 ©24c; ?a^:>.c Coast.
1910 prime to choice, 20©21 c; m«Bnm tn
!?ood. I«gi9c; lftO'J, 13@15c; oilier growths.
C:.-Sc: Germans. 1920. ♦sj?ooc.
HAY AND STRAW— on top grades of
frothy hay. medium and low grades .^.t...
HAT 'timothy, prime, large bales, l« y o/ . IS «
51 10: No 3 10 l. S3COSI 10; shipping. .o&3Oc.
ppekin^. 45@50c: clover, mixed. .OS3SC. ourt.
•35-fi-Ssc- clover and mixed. poor. £53fc0c; ;
SihAVV. luns rye. sO(@sCc; oat and wheat -ioc. (
POCI-TKV — — Receipts unloaded. 8;
cars by freight, but 3 cars more are on the j
tracks, with 2 more cars expected to-night. ,
With a fairly active demand and more stoca: .
wanted, prices advanced on all description •••c ;
tse»- Ib excepting guinea fowls and live, pigeons. :
ltd eJSed firm. CHICEENS. «£*«. :
» 12^@l3c: prime, freight. 12iac; FOWL&.
ei'tress 14£14^c; prime, freight 14c: ROObT- !
H K^" \f-c TURKEYS, prime. lS^c; poor. 14© ;
16c- " DUCKS, nearby. 15^c; Western. 10-»c. |
GEESE, nearby, 14c; prime. Western. 14c; .
Southern and Southwestern. 13c : GUINEA |
FOWLS, pair. 60c: PIGEONS. 20c DRESSED— j
General conditions continue usiavorabie. sup- ;
plies heavy, demand lisht. but more freezer ac- ;
commodatlon aas teen cbtaiced, in part from i
out-of-town freezers and In pan private boxes.
and most of the fancy grades nave beer stored.
Medium and poorer grades urged tor sale at
irregular prices. Ore buyer has purchased over I
100 OCO Tt) of chickens and fowls of good . .-. ■■ I
in perfect order at 10311 c Much cf the ac- ,
cumulated stock has shown mare cr less weather ,
effect, and anything damp or sweaty has bean
forced out to cheap buyers at 729 c for chickens
and fowls and <v low as 14315 c for turkeys.
Ducks U3cha=?ed. Geese dull and weak TUR- ,
KEYS, dry packed, boxes. Western. 16. 145*22- i
bbls, Jersey. Maryland and Delaware. 23c; Vir- ,
ginia. 2C@23c; Pennsylvania, 20@23c: Western, .
selected, dry picked, young hens, 22- young ;
toms, 21c; hens and toins. 30©21 c; Ohio and
Michigan scalded. 21c; other Western. 14© '
20 1 -c; old hens or terns. lS©10c: Tennessee. Ken
tucky. Southern I'.ltncu. Southern Indiana, etc
18c; Texas. l*3lSc; BROILERS, dry packeJ.
Philadelphia, fancy sauab, pair. 50560 c: fancy.
3 to 4 tb to pair. Ib. 23£25 c: ?-r... = - ■ - . -■"<
22c: Western, dry picked. milk fed. 13©20 c: dry j
picked, selected, under 4 Ib to pair 16Q17c; •
Ohio and Michigan, scalded. 3 to SVa tb to pair, j
14c CHICKENS, roasting, small boxes. West- •
crn, milk fed. 5 !b each. 17c: 4 Ib, 15H^!6c:
3 Tb. 14c. corn fed. 5 Ib each. 14*ac: 4 rb. 13»ic; ,
S Eb, 12 hi ©13c; dry packed, bbls and large bases,
Philadelphia, ever S It ta pair. 20£21 c: average. ,
15Q.16c: Pennsylvania, ever 8 Ib to pair. Me:
average. 13@14c: Western, dry picked, mlik fed.
8 to 10 It» to pair. 14 53 13 c; 5 to 7 Tb. 13313 : *c:
dry picked, selected. 4^s rb and over each. 12 i ;
13c: m#dlum grad«s. llCll^c: Onto aad Michi
gan, selected, it Ib and over. 12H@13c: scaldtd,
average, lll^llHc; Western, selected. 4H T -.r :
over eacX Ui'J:: average, lie; Western and !
Southern, poor. 7g9c, FOWLS. Cry packed.
Western, bo-res. co 1?> -...-1 aver ts ioser.. 15c:
45 -- 55 18. 14c: 40 ft an", under. 12->c i.
picked, Di ■■« average best. 12£12 l ie; 2-» to *'-% !
Th each. llgllUc: Ohio a=3 SS jan. scaltfed
1251274 C: other W««t«m. southern and Siath
western. liai2c; W«t«rn and Southern, poor
7C9c: COCKS, -.-: •- packed. •.:■ DUCKS,
•pring. WssteTi. 105517 c; GEESE, «pr:n» Mary
land. 14.-. ■Wisconsin, stuff*d. 14c; r-..0 and
Michigan, lie: Western. 7:5 10 c SQUABS, prim*.
larc* white, drirtr. JO 20<354 25: is.-*. SI SBS3S
culls. '■<■'£ 73.:. GUINEA FOTCX.E. sprlrj. pair.
65..-3 SI ia
C, \ \i X— Ritbbtrs fairly plenty and tmlv mod
erately active. Snipe, plover and rallblrda can
net be :•»*»..:■ sold after December 3: i.-.a
grouse, qua.' partridge or woodcock •ft*.- Jan
uar- - "Wild ducks *.r« legal until Jaauary lU.
POTATOES A>T) VKCC"T»BT.F<»— Potato*.
dull and w»»k. Sw*t potatont* «»ady. Onion*
f.rm except white. Cabbajfwi weak. B-«*ts firmer.
Car: :» '--a:-: Celery firm. a ..:*. "*• - lower.
Cucumbers dragjrißy. Chicory mini e«c*ro!« w*ak.
E^r«p'.*ats scare*. K«u« stMdy. Spinach lower.
Lettuce. w«ak Mint dragging. Mushroom*
= U%sr Ctas reeadT. yaraler trm. Tma lo»tr '
FOREIGN RESORTS.
o^ „ HAMBURG.
Hotel Atlantic :
RESTMURAtT PFO*OTE,
Facing aoautltmi AJata* Lamm* :
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCS. ;
Ln v m 1400I 400 rooms »
** *^ 9 300 Private Botha.
(VBXIC£)L GOLF U.-IKS.
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HOTELS IN GERMANY.
DO r C T\ F* V Rooms with Trrtv*l«
|\ L. 1/ L/ilßatJi and TMl«*te.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
MUNICH: Art Caalra of Earapa
Hotel Continental
HOTEL DE LUXE
MUNICH Newest an<J Mos*
yUNIUn Elegant
!▼■ HOTEL De RUSSIE
!\Unt™U-n\3 250 Boo»s with Batks.
*£■ Sendig s Viurttemberger-Hof
aim / fEMOEIT{ Hat 3: -aid w-ter
Vl/ItSdAUtH -.--- —
" PALACE Hotel & Baths
AUSTRIA. HUNGARY. SWITZERLAND.'
Vi c mill a The F]n - * H 3l3 *
I InN A :n Austria,
HOTEL BRISTOL
and the favorite resort ot American*. Jfe«
t*rt Frgii«'h Cniian* aaa »hoU-e wto*»-
BUDAPEST
Gd' Hotel Hun-aria
JTirst-Class Hotel with Panoramic View ore*
the Danube. Everr modern Comfort- _ Ex fJJ™J2
American and En^lisb patronage. CHARLES
J. BURGER, Manager: formerly 01 Imperial
Hotel. Vienna. _^___
M~ OrsTRILUX. Switzerland
HOTtLBLLMONT
MOST DELIGHTFUL RESORT
WITH FINEST VIEW*
String baana steady. Ro=a!=3 peer. Ila— s_-?s
weaker. Tomatoes largely pcor. ?:.-.- E3
Eermada. law crap. bi)L $3 50©£3: ilaine. .bu^.
ISO n>. $1 30.551 73: prise, bag:, SI <fcOOH oO;
Lobs Island, bbl or bag. $1 ■ ,■- state. ----- .
ISO Ib. $137 ss: 62; ?r:3ie, ba?^ SI 3agsl 30; aH
sections, inferior, dc or ia?. T3c©Sl 2o; s^V^-=- -
POTATOES. Jersey, double head obi, *£&•
$2 50: basket. 4oc£sl 25; AXIS 2. th^. S3SS3 50.
£ c — 3. ICO bunche*. $2 50©53 50; QaiMtoa
ICO bunches. $26*3. Bermuda, box. $!€s! 25:
BRUSSELS 3PROCT3. Lens Island. «uart. 109
:6c French. ■ tSOISe; CART : New Or
le-iaa. bbl. SI 50©$2 50; Ecr=i=da» box. 75C091
oil. bbl or bag. $1 37«*2 25: W«swr=. ls» n>
bag. 51@«125. CABBAGES. Danish, ten. 5123!
514: domestic. $9«$11; red. $306333; CELEST.
state, crate. SI »*§» 30; California. case. » »
®$4; CiUIJFLOWERS. Long Isiaad. UiiL SC^
$7; Callt rsia, case. $1 73^52. half case. r^»
$1 12; French, dozen. $3: CUCTTMBEBS. Boaion.
hothouse. dozen. fl@Sl 75: box. $2 50654:
CHICORY, bbl. -- 5^334; ESCAROLE. be!. $2 SO
©$4 50: BGGPLAXTS. Florida, bar. S10OS3?:
CaUforsl^ 5»®$1O: MeaScaa. SftO«0; EaeDIVS.-
R» 13315 c: HOP.SSHAEirSK. ICO a. S4 SCgSS 5O:
KOHUIA2I. bbL SSCST.; KALE. btl. 75g50c:
UTrTXrCE Florida. basket, $1 300*3 »: JCew
Or.«4^. tbl. $3354; basket. Sl©Sl sO: Bostgg.
bothcose. 2 bex strap, $1 30993; LETZXS. 1»
bunches. $SSO9SS3O: MINT. hothouse. 10*»
bunches. Ws4. MUSHROOMS, hothouse. O '.'■
@40c; OXIOXS. Connectioit. white, toil. $3^S-4;
white pickle, $2gs3: state and Western. whlr%
pickle. bush crate. 75c#$l- other white, cats.
SOcjQSl 25; ICO Tb bag. $I©3l 30; yallow or nd.
140-rb bag-. 52552 50: 100-.n> bap. il 23«»1 »
Oransra County, yellow, bag. S2SS2 5O: red. SI 75
©S2 23; OSEA Florida, carrier. $2 50«>t9»;
Cuban. $2 sOgs3: PARSLEY. X«w Orieaß».
curly, bbl. 44 30*8*3 plats.- $2 30093. Serai:
box. |2 25@.52 50; PARSNIPS, bbl. II 73©»»:
PEAS. Florlia. basket. J2C57; Calif szr.\a.. Sat
cas» ?>its2 5O: Bermuda, tax. $43*5; halt t*rx.
$2553; PEPPERS. Florida, carrier. $2357: Cali
fornia, box. $3©s3: KJIPsLLSa. bbL $1 25*
Si &>: ROMAIN'S. Florida, basket. Jl#S2: New
Orleans. bbL $2£?4: Bermuda, box. SI 25 *C-.
RADISHES, hcthouse. 10l> bunches. J2©K SO;
New Or:ea=s. bbl. $4««3 RHUBARB, tsothor.se.
dozen bnachea, 90e: STRING BEANS. Florid*.
green, baskat. »©*Bu wax. $4358; Berrauila. 4«:
bo $2 5O; CaUfcrnla. arre^n or wax. box. $2 3*>;
Mexican, flat . box. $:SS2 30. SPINACH, nfcl.
$2 25€53 3O: SHALLOTS. bbl. $2 30958
?QCASH. HubbanS. it:, 51 50««l 75; marrow
SI 51 25; Southern, whit-, basket or box. 51©
tl 60: TURNIPS. Canada, rutabaga, ML il9
$1 15: Lens Island and Jersey. SOcJJ?!; ■«r^!t•.
btrt or bar. « 25SS1 75; TOMATOES. Cuban,
carrier. $3334; California. cSojc«. case. $2 50:
poor. 23©75ct bothers©. rb 13540 C, TTATE3
~r.--r. 100 bcachea. fl Z&2& ZO.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicaifb, _«■ 30.— Wheat to-day made a U©
%c aovaace above yewerdays cicse. Bscwiei
of profit taatnc however, and predictions of
heavy wcrld shipments, ths latest sales were at
a net decline of %c to He. Compared with bh*
night, corn Sr>ishe«l l-16c up to •-»? off. cats tns
chaa««d to %c down ms*. prvrtstou a rtiefli
easier to Me added cast. The temporary gala m
wbeal grew largely frotn a-"wertici!3 that th*
cavernzaeßt had u»«»iw»iLiuated tbe sprtss 1 crct»
of dM three Northwestern states. A well ssjawn
«xpert tewed the yield for the district a: \Zf>.-
CcO.COO bushels, agalrfct 177.C00.C00 busheM as
sent out offl -tally txem Waahtnsecn. Baae«> c*
rrtces:
T*st«r-
TTb*et: Ooen. Histo Low Oose day.
pii—bwt. 03 asH $>2H 92 T i MS
May *»7*l »7i s ©«**. &►;% 9T' %
July ... 93'» ** »S 1 * 9BN 83**
Deceasber 47* i 47"i 47»» 47»» 47>»
Ms* 4SH 4.?^ *»•♦ *8'» •»*-»
July 49U 45»» *>-» 4S-» 4T>»
Oats : "
rvecesa&«c.. «i>» 01% si > il-* SI %
at*?. i* 1 . 3«% 3* 1 * Si 3* 1 *
July »»Vi .MV 34*» SlTi 34»»
Lard:
January 45 $10 53 $10 42 • > « 11042
■Id- . 1020 1&23 Id 13 U>l3 1» 13
:... .
January... 10 27 10 35 l-> 23 »» 10 99
May... ... »8» 6*2 »77 07;- J
PorJt:
jasuirv... '.-■ - - < 1350 id 55 is«
Ma; _ IS 70 13 So_ 13 57 li 70 1S«
SEED PRICES.
Ta!*sa. r* 30. — CLOVEJISEEI> — Cash, D«
tjitbir, January and February. <" 13: March,
50 12^4: A.,.. i- SO: October. 5" 70. AL3IK3
— Prise «JB«t X>*c<tmls»r. i\t S3. T LILi" T SiT-^
Pr.a* 4.aii Cwsuiliir, $4 93. .
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