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THE SUN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
NEW COTTON CROP
ISYnr Months Tnclinod io Ense,
With Hotter Dcmanrl for
VARIKTY TX SPOT ADVICES
Nome Sec Sipns of Improvement,
but Others Expect
Cotton was Mondy and dull yesterday,
with the near months c.isIiik n. few points
nncl the new crop deliveries advancing
tillRhtly ns n result of better demand for
the latter. In the curly trading the de
mand was fair, but It did not hold nut,
but shorts were not nKRrcsslve, with some
covering for short account soon after the
opening. Southern spot advices were
mostly to the effect that demand for the
actual showed signs of Improvement, but
littlo actual business was reported, while
from some parts of the Kastern belt re
ports Indicated that liquidation by holders
Is still looked for. Pome buying by
housed having Wall Street connections was
ascribed to tho Improvement In stocks.
The Liverpool market wns steady, though
slightly lower than due. with n fair de
mand for spots, while tho general foreign
situation showed Improvement. Unsettled
weather Is looked for In the South during
the next day or two, which may retard
farm preparation, but little attention was
given to this possibility In tho face of
numerous reports of the excellent condi
tion of the soil and the forwardness of
work already accomplished.
To-morrow will be tho first March no
tice day. It Is expected that after scat
tered liquidation, the circulation of tend
ers wilt liavo little influence. The cer
tificated stocks here aro nearly 94,200
bates, as compared with nearly 137,000
last year, which may result In the Issu
ance of sufficient notices to bring about
a little selling Ttather liberal notices
may not result, however, as the holders
may be ready to take them up to be car
ried for several months. The March de
livery Is thought to be controlled by the
larger spot houses.
Stocks of cotton In New York were:
Yestcr- Tues. Last Last
day day. week. year.
Total warehouse . 118.31s 1n.33.-1 120.549 141.927
Certificated.. . . 94.1H 94,187 9.1,322 130.990
It has been necessary for Cleorgla
banks to lend money on new crop pros
pects, with which funds farmers are buy
ing fertllliers and farm Implements, and
also to renew loans on the old crop hold
ings because of the poor crop In that
State the present season. These banks
have been renewing their loans with
Northern banks as a result, but in other
parts of the cotton belt prosperity Is
general. The returns from the old crop
were uniformly good west of the Missis
sippi nnd In most eastern parts of the
belt, nnd banks havo been heavy pur
chasers of commerclnt paper to tide over
the three or four months remaining un
til the new planting season should call
The Southern spot situation gives rise
to many uncertainties. The improved tone
abroad has resulted In predictions that
the export demand for the actual would
Increase, but buying by foreigners has
not been any heavier during the last
week or two, while domestic mills seem
to be well stocked and have not been
purchasing cotton as heavily as expected.
Holders, however, excepting In scattered
instances, have not shown any more In
clination to meet recent declines In fu
tures markets anil In spot quotations,
and reports still Indicate that they are
expecting much higher prices and will
hold their spots until values get to the
level they are looking for. Small holders
and some farmers have sold, but the vol
ume has not been great, nnd the liqui
dation was probably because of need
for funds for the new crop. Conflicting
reports concerning the needs of both
Southern and New England mills also
continue, with some that one group or
both need more cotton soon, and others
that they are well stocked up with raw
material. Stocks of cotton In foreign
mills are expected to last several months,
but If tho present activity In the cotton
goods markets In Europe continue spin
ners will havo to buy reveral months
supply before the end of the season.
Spot cotton was steady, middling up
lands. 12.60; middling Oulf, 12 S3, up 10
points; no sales. Southern markets were
unchanged to c. up; prices for spots in
the principal Southern markets were:
New Orleans, 12S; Galveston. 12"ii,
Memphis 12; Savannah. 12a: St.
inula 12; Norfolk. tH-i; Augusta, 12V
The New York closing was steady, oft
I to 3 points up.
Prices for futures were:
Open- tilth- I.o
The New Orleans market was steady
after the closing here. Prices for futuies
there weie :
inr 12 25
em. i; H
The Liverpool market was steady
cotton was stronger at B.H5il 6 points ad
vance ; sales, 9,000 bales, of which 8,500
were American , receipts, 25,000 bales, In
cluding 14,300 American.
Liverpool futures follow;
Open- Hifh- Low.
Inr eit. ett
March-Apr. stS'i 64 cm
May-June. (.1 f, It S7'j
July-Aur .6 52 M 6K2
11 A. M. bids to Liverpool were; March,
12.23. May, 12.05; July, 12.00. Th mar
ket there Is du to open to-day unchanged
to 2 points ofT on the near months.
Interior receipts, shipments and stocks
Re I, lit Ship I.a.t
ceinu year menu .stocks year
st Louts .
11,13 no 791) ncin
7.062 22.W0 10.1M 440.H1 374.493
Port receipts and stocks were.
New Orleans ,
Sntaiinab .. .
I3."2i :r.,.'it7 m.x; j.iao 3i
.VH lo U.Mi
3.200 lo 3 .vy
Huyers Included Wilson, Itlorden, Car
penter, llutlon, McOhee, Waters, Ovls,
Hire and .Sliearson.
Sellers: Mitchell, Owalhmey, Weld,
I.Uerpool, Schley, Hache, .Memphis and
Montgomei), Ala., wired! "Weather
conditions very favorable for f.irm woik.
There Is very littlo demand ut present and
offerings am light, but there seems more
illsposltlon among holders to sell than for
New Orleans nlied: "Iletter Inquiry
for spots yesterduy. No ic.ik cotton any
where." Dallas wired Norman Mayer ft Co.:
"Kpots selling above jour Mays, fob
Dallas. While this continues can't r-ee
Dallas wired Dick Pros,: "Dallas
bought three times the cotton last night
they had been able to buy In two weeks.
More offering! to-day and 1m demand.
.Shorts only buyers for three weeks and
they have covered. No speculation. Only
liquidation ahead unless something hap
Memphis wired the same, house: "Very
slight Improvement In spots. Our unsold
stock now double last year. Weather
very bad to-day, but has been Rood to
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Wheat Stronger on Kxport Baring
CoVn tin One Cent.
Wheal prices wero stronger yesterday,
partly In sympathy with the advance In
corn, because of the predictions of cold
weather In the Southwest, with scattered
sections reporting light snow covering.
Them wns a fair export Inquiry, which
stimulated snmo buying In futures. Large
Interests supported the market, and the
general tono was good. Tho reduction in
the estimates of tho Argentine crop,
which Influenced tho Liverpool market,
was another sourco of strength. Cables
were llrmer. Shorts covered on the ad
vance, but townrd the closing there was
n little scattered profit taking which
rnused n small reaction from the high of
the session. The total exports for tho
day wero fifty loads, some of it accom
plished late Tuesday, of which most was
No. 1 Northern spring. Offerings were
small throughout the session. Itecelpts
wero hirce. hut not dettresslnr. Advices
from the flour trade were bearish, re -
porting dull business with small domestic "New structural contracts have been of
business and export bids out of line. At' only fair volume, but the total of work
tho closing, prices were t to '4c. above .actually in sight is again above 2o,000 tons,
the previous closing nt Chlcugo. This fact may help to stiffen fabricators'
Corn was strong on heavy short cover- 'prices, which havo been wnbbling lately,
Ing nnd small offerings as n result of cold vrith evidences of keener competition,
wenther nnd Indications for the West, tvirtlmilnrlv In th.i rhlmiro dlstrlrt.
uood cas I demand ami runner sales ror
rxiurm iuticu wie auviiinc. .tunc ma rr.
celpts were extremal) large, 1,549 cars at
Chicago. It Is expected that they will
grow smaller If weather conditions con
tinue unfavorable for fit movement. An
estimate by the International Institute of
Agriculture nt Home placing the Argen
tine corn crop at only 65.0 per cent, of
last year wns considered a good reason
for Increasing long commitments In
corn, although It wns pointed out that this
estimate of the corn crop In South Amer
ica at 197.000,000 bushels wns mnilo be
fore tho drought was relieved and that
higher figures are current. Sales of corn
to exporters, partly old business, totalled
twenty-tlvo londs. At the closing, prices
were Ta to 1 cent above the previous
Oats were strong, following other grains
with shorts covering nnd better outside
demand developing. Trading was limited
In volume. Net advances for the day wera
i to He
Tho report of farm reserves on March
1 to bo Issued by the Department or Ag
riculture on March 10 Is the main event
before the grain markets. While it is
generally conceded thnt the amount of
corn left In tho farmers hands Is enor
mous despite continued heavy receipts,
there is more doubt about wheat. The
consensus of opinion Is that wheat re
serves are smaller than In fhnny years,
though thcro are many who think that
a fair amount has been left In the
farmers' hands despite large exports nnd
heavy domestic consumption. Other things
before the grain markets which will de
termine tho trend of values are tho set
tlement or continuation of the Dalkan
war. the outcome of the present disturb
ances in Mexico nnd reports of foreign
crop development and foreign need-i for
American grain. For the pretieni the
weather reports and cash and export
demand will be determining factors.
The estimates of the yield In rgcn
tlna In both wheat nnd oats are being
reduced as n result of the disappointing
threshing returns, nnd some state that
they have lowered their figures for wheat
15.000.000 bushels and 14,000,000 for oats
The .Vorfntrcsfcm MUler reports that
tho Hour market Is unsatisfactory, with
bakers apparently well supplied for pres
ent and nearby requirements. Present
prices are considered low, nut apparently
unattrnctlve to brokers who havo not con
tracted for their wants. Sales nt Min
neapolis last week were probably not
more than 60 to 73 per cen. of the out
put. The output at he three leading
Past Prerioua Lilt
week week, year.
Minneapolis, bbla :;.3io rw.oio
Duluth. bbl . 21.210 13.31'. 22.806
Milwaukee. . . 14,410 16.9X U.S00
Three points, bbls
3:5,03) 375.02:, :3i,C4s
Chicago grain prices were
Open- Iliih- Low
Wheat: Ini ett et.
Mav S3i--. 93'. PH.
July 31' M't i.
ivinemner . '."J'i-'i 30V, 30lt
May v. ... St.-. 53. 52
July U',-4 r.4S M,
Sx-iiterauer .. 4T, S4T,
Mat 34V 31!. 341.
July S4l,-, 3". 344
epiemuer.. . 34', 30 3i
New York wheat prices were :
Open- HUh- Low.
N ett ett.
May 33S-'i 100 33
May 4i 37!,
Other wheat markets:
M', Ml M', 43 !;
30V, 30, 30 301. 19',
Itecelpts and exports weie .
Wheat. Corn Oatt
Ueceiptf-New York... 1S1.000 77,000 M.000
Kxports New York... 23S.0O0 i.ooo
Itei-eiptt Interior tuo.000 5,841, 0o) l.OU.000
Kxporta-Soaboard. 333.000 7:4. 0O) 13,000
bhlpmenta Interior .. IO,000 1.S3I.0O0 941,000
Carload wheat receipts at the principal
points were ;
Tester- Latt I.att
day. week year.
Chicaro 204 ;r
Minneapolis 2H H2 13.",
Duluth 71 43 17
Win 111 per 23S 240 237
Tot alt Kd
Cash markets were steady, corn strong;
sales, 60 loads wheat and 25 loath corn,
("ash prices yesterday were; Wheat No.
1 Northern at Minneapolis, S7c. ; No. 1
Northern spring f. o. b. to arrive, J 1.02;
No. 2 red winter f. o. b. to arrive, S;.I1;
No. 2 hard f o. b. to arrlvo, 11.03'fc,
No. 1 Manitoba f. o. b. to arrlv, II. oV
Corn No. 2 yellow c, I, f. rail, liOc. ;
export, f. o. b. 67 He. Oats No. 2 white,
3D'jc ; No. 3 white, 3Sc; standards, 38ac.
Ityo No. 2 Western c. I. f. Duffnlo, fiijc.
Parley Malting c. I. f. Buffalo. 5Sc
Flour was steady, with moderau In
quiry. I-'lour prices were: Hpnrxz pat
ents. $4.60j4.9O In barrels; winter
straights. 14. fi& 14.85; spring
J4.25 14.45; Kansas straights.
H 50, In sacks, rye flour, S3.60
STEEL RAIL BUYING.
Demand Rood With Mills ftannlng
Far Behind Weekly llrvlerra.
The demand for II ght rails has been in
creiihlng recently, and with a heavy volume
ol orders on the books already, mills am
running far lehlnd in their deliveries.
some of them lelng six to eight weeks be- j
hind their schedules, This Is unusual for
this branch of the steel Industry, One
reason for tho shortage of light rail capacity
is that many mills have turned to making
steel bars, which can be manufactured hy
the sal 110 machinery as light rails. ' Im
prlcn for bars Ih about $3 a ton higher than
prevailing quotations for light rails,
Higher premiums havo lieen obtained
during the Inst weok or two for prompt
ilellteries of merchant bars than prevalld
bet ore with $4 11 ton premiums ruling There)
is littlo available tonnage for tho next few
months, riomo premiums of Jo to Is a ton
havo been reported,
In its weekly revlow of tho steel market
the ron Aur suys "The reports steel manu
facturers inukensto business actually going
upon their books or in prospect are still
in oontrast with sentiment expressed In
other quarters, lu which there are lome
notes of apprehension. It Is expected
that the Steel Corporation's unflllod orders
will show a somewhat greater falling off
In February than In January, but the ex
tent of the gain on piled up contracts has
not abated In the least tho clamor of con
sumers for material,
"An important development of tho weok
Is the appearance of Inquiry from agricul
tural Implement nnd machinery companies
for their bar requirements from July 1 on.
This business usually docs not como out
) until April. Hut recently soma of thesu
l works have una trouble getting needed sup
plies of bars, and their new contracts will
be promptly followed by good sized specifi
cations. Malleable foundries havn also
fallen behind on deliveries of agricultural
The prosperity of this Industry, which
reflects agricultural conditions, added
i no recoru aemnna irom me rniirnnii.
confirms steel producers In the predic
tions they have been making for later
months of the year.
"The Chicago district is still the centto
of highest pressure, tho demand upon tho
Ict-dina mills for finished nrodllcts belnir
iniinli lii.i..ti,l Atrlallm. t.. Iron tin, I al.,.,1
capacity, and shipments of pig Iron from
Pittsburg to Chicago promise to continue.
"Canada has been a heavy buyer of plates,
shapes ond bars In this country In the pnt
week. Moro Canadian rail inquiries have
come up also, the mills there being practi
cally sold for tho year. China will also
plnoo further rail contracts with American
j -Conditions as to plates In the Kastern
market are rather easier. Somo offerings
of tank plates from a central Western mill
are reported In Kastern territory at l.40o.
Pittsburg, deliveries nt the convenience
of the mill.
"The extent of the demand upon girder
rail mills nnd upon frog ond switch works
has hardly been appreciated. One large
mill In the central West Is hooked up to
September The Chicago Hallways Coin-
nnn- la In tlin tmirkt.t fnr 15 ono tons of
- . - ...
girder rails, the Uulutli and :ortliern Jim -
nesota has nought 2.000 tons ami n .ew
Orleans road l,5oo tons,
"liar Iron, In which the advance has Out
run that for steel bars, partly through bet
ter deliveries, is easing off nnd loner prices
are reported in Kastern territory.
"For the 4,500 cars It will build In Its own
shops the Norfolk and Western has placed
60,000 tons of plates, shapes and bars at I
Pittsburg. The Hoston and Maine order
Is expected to be for O.ooo cars.
'"Pittsburg reports some slight relief of
the tightness In seml-llnlshed steel. A
largo consumer of sheet bars has Just placed.
Its contract for the second half on a sliding
"Pig Iron producers are not yet ready to
say that the increase In Inquiry in the past
week is the forerunner of the new buying
that has been awaited for two months.
Iluyers are still cautious, and not less so
In view of tho lower prices doveloped by
the week's Inquiries, In foundry iron
further slight concessions from the De
cember level are reported at Buffalo, In
eastern Pennsylvania nnd in northern
Ohio, Southern resale iron can be had
at 313.2". llinnlngham for Xp. 2 and some
Tennessee quotations figure back to $13 at
"An inquiry for 4,.V tons of basic iron
for a western Maryland steel plant calls
for deliveries In the second half. At Pitts
burg two buyers of baslo Iron are expected
to come into the market In March for the
second hair. Old material still tendsdown
wnrd." The Iron Trailt friicw says- "Steadv
maintenance of tremetnndous consumption
of Iron and steel products strengthens
the hope that highly prosperous conditions
will continue throughout tho year. Heavy
buying by largo consumers of finished
materials, such as agricultural Implement
manufacturers, is confidently exected to
Increase largely volume of orders on books
of mllN, many of which are In very com
fortable condition, while somo aro so tilled
that they cannot promise deliveries In less
than six months. Careful observers 1h
lleve that If present heavy melt of pig Iron
is maintained for a few weeks longer a
heavy buying movement will set In nnd
present weakness of ho pig iron market
EUROPE STILL BUYING COPPER.
Domestic Share of Purchase
Kurope bought a little copper yesterday
at 14 , cents a pound, but the domestic
contribution to purchases was generally
regarded as small and of no Importance.
It wns stated In the trade that Oermany
had been a good buyer during the past
fortnight, with Kngland and France fol
lowing suit, although to a smaller ex
tent. In the absence of an active buying
movement the producers sharpened their
pencils for the purpose of making esti
mates on the forthcoming statement of
the Copper Producers Association. The
boldest predicted n production of no
greater than 125,000,000 pounds for Febru
ary, but the month to end to-morrow. It
must be remembered, Is the shortest of
the year, with but four full weeks.
L'xports have been fnlr and deductions
have been that no material Increase In
the surplus standing March 1 over that
of February 1 need tie looked for.
Consumers likewise did a little esti
mating, ons of them expressing the view
that consumption at the moment Is run
ning between 125,000,000 and 130,000,000
pounds a month. Including the United
States and Kuropean requrements.
The Nevada Consolidated Copper Com
pany yesterday reported its January out
put at 4,169,708 pounds, comparing with
3,975,(31 In December and 6.309.228 In
January, 1912. The company will have
to produce 2,000,000 pounds In excess of
last month's yield to get back to normal.
Coffer I.onrr nn I.ocnl Liquidation
ausl Huropenn .Selllnaj,
The local coffee market opened barely
steaily yesterday, with Initial prices 10
to 20 points lower on scattered liquida
tion, notwithstanding Impruvi-d showings
by the Kuropean markets. Further de
clines were seen during tho first hour
of trading on selling by tired longs who
had bought for u moderate rally For
eigners were sellers throughout the morn
ing, but the undertone beennio nervous,
with prices ranging about one or two
points above tho day's low level.
During the noon hour n tinner feeling
developed owing to mi absence of pres
sure and better ndvices from both Havre
and Hamburg. Iluyers, however, were In
clined to be cautious because of a lack
of any new development which ntkht
preelpltnto n rally. Karly In the nrV'r
1111011 the market wns 10 to 13 points net
lower on active months, with ICurope sell-
Ing and some local Interests buying, The
riuse whs mcnuy, wun prices on :i to 13
points from Tuesdays final level.
Kuropean markets inndo quite a good
showing, although Hra7.il wns unsettled
and somewhat lower Although Havre
opened 1 tj to 2 francs higher the range
at the llnlsh was up only 1 14 to 1 1, francs.
Hamburg started nt mi advance of 1,
to 1 U pfs., hut nt the close was but
i to ; pfg. higher. nio ruled weak
und 200 rcls lower, while Santos was
nominal nnd 100 rels higher for 4s at
"$400, Itecelpts at Itln were li.OOO bags
nnd at Santos 1 1,00(1, n tuiul of 17,000
bags, compared with 19,000 at the cor
responding time of last year Sno Pmilo
got ?,ooo, against in.nfin, nnd Jundlnliy
9,000, contrasted with 11,000,
Deliveries of llrazll coffee at New York
warehouses on Tuesday aggregated II,.
294 bags, making u total of 37,221 bags
for the two days so far this week, against
lime of Inst week
Mnrih I, WW
ii.M 12 44 12.30
There was n slight break
In provision prices early In the day In
.sympathy with a decline of 1E20 cents
in the prices of hogs at the yards, but
good buying by packers and Investors
made Its appearance on the downward
movement, nnd all of tho Initial losses
were well recorred. Cash pork was
to; steady, ,t business was'on n moderate
scale. Mess, $20.76ff'l20.7fi: family
228f 123, Casli beef was also steady, al
though trade was lifeless anil supplies
small. Packet, 22(r23: family, $!3f
124. Cash lard wns steady, but trade
was Inactive. Prime Western, $11; re
fined Continent, $11.3.,; South American,
I Prices follow
July . ...
May. . . .
10.M-: in r"
io cs io, cr.
10.C7-70 10 67
10 4.-, 7 10 .VI 1(1.1.".
to..v 10.57 lo.t;
The raw sugar
10 52s, lOf.2
firm, with prices slightly higher. Centrlf.
ugnl was quoted 3.55 cents nsked and
3.48 cents bid. although It Is understood
that refiners havo quite full supplies for
nearby requirements, but Inadequate
stocks ror all March meltings. Huslnesa
In refined sugars continues good, with the
hrifllu nf anL.M allll 1 - ,,.u 1 so ,.A,,f
for granulated, according to refiner,
Wlllctt & dray report the movement of
sugar nt the four principal ports of the
united States for the week, figures In tons,
weel; week 191!. 1911
ilS.fM 1.210 13.534 41.:34
W.l'll ',.OI 50.000 40.OW
1:3.7(1 121,14 137.114 99,337
Stores. Business In turpentine
nnd rosin wns fairly good, with prices on
i .1 iirm iiu
firm but unchanged basis. Turpentine,
' g cents; rosin, $0.50
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
ritlt.ADKt.riltA. Veli. 2C. There was a
withdrawn! of pressure to-day and stocks
locally scored a substantial advance, espe
cially thoso which were tinder pressure
yesterday. Philadelphia Itapld Transit
stock and trust certificates were In fair
demand nt an advance of a good fraction,
A similar recovery was made by Philadel
phia Electric und United lias Improve
ment. Asphalt shares were firm and held
their Initial ndvance well during the day
There was some good buying of United
20.10B In the same
nnd 22,29 In 1912,
(pen IIUIl l.utl Clos.
Sales: nc ct r-t Inc.
w Amer Hys . m -f'l -to
loi lialdwln 11', It', 4U. !'
Hi) liAldnln pf tin', lei'i lmi, I mi,
37 Cam Iron 11 -14 it 44
ltu I'ambrla Meel UH 4 t t -I-'.
20 I: C A .. tl', 1 1 ' j II', II',
100 IMec .Mor I'M .11 M I! 51
370 i:rlc. 2.V, M'i ,
14SO (icn Asphalt t c . .Is as'j .is asl,
113 (Jen Asphalt pf.. 72, 72' 72 72
1() Harttoisl i:iec. . 32! .12'j 32' 32'j
14 Ins Co of .V A.. 21" 21', 21', -21',
3l 1-ake .superior.. 27 27 n, 21
21 I.ehljh .Nisjv.. S7 S7 7 s7
313 Lehigh Nav t c. sHj 7 f7 s;';
in t.elilih Val.. 77' j "u 7P 77',
2.VI Leli Yal 'lr t r. It ls'j IS is'.,
l.Vi l.eh Val Tr Pf ... 34 31 .14 34
S3 No I'n .. U3 Wl U2'i HI
443 I'rnntylavnla. li 3-18 i.'.'. Oil 3-16 Itf'
70 I'enn .salt... 101 klV, 105 lol
3 I'enn Mrrl pf.. IU in IU id
llo I'hlla Co. 41', 4.1 44, 15
105 itlllll Co pf. . 40'n lo'j 40' -lll'j
SII4 I'hlla lllcr 22', 22', 22', 22
1113 I' H T . 25 251, 25 2S' ,
1375 ! H T t c. 25 2",, 25 25' j
3 Phil Trac 2 S2 2 S2
435 Tonopnh . 5 13-16 5', i 13 11 i 13 16
710 Tiinoiwh llel 7', 7', 7 7
3m lleaillnir . .. 77', 77, 77' 77',
162 I'll Traction . .VI I.) 4U', N
.141 1' ; I.... sj4 as 7! 87,
6o5 V S Steel . no1, at', w cu
1 Cn Hy pf.. 4B'i tll'j 4'j ,0'i
too Warwick Iron. li)1 ni'v 10 lu'
iW Am G fc i: &s < K6, M Si',
1() llarnood Klecs Hi)', limi, 1iH, loo!,
:i5 Int .stale 4i. M t 50 in
4 lt.nl Kevmone 5s. MI'-j Ul Ol
SWII.SCS "4"-j 74'j 74. 74",
:MI I. V L'rn 4s . U5' US'. 05', UO',
Ktll Mkt St i:tec 4S W, W K'-t M6i3
4110 I'hlla IMec 4s 81 si SI M
IftUti Iteaillnr (i M 4s. lt, ur,', ml, 0i'j
lOi. 1 Head i; M Imp 4s tni),, in', uv'4 iwl,
lllll lldg KXt 4S IM', UV, W, Ml,
.i.o a 4 j c ,s, m tai m ai
!(,) stand l!s6s. mi ni k pn
41X1 r 11 I col 3s 76', 7'j 76'-, 7fl'j
Uv Webbach 5s. DJl, S3', SJ', 83 'a
CKOIUiR VAPSAIl'H PON' CO. Sfhe.l
ulet in bankruptcy of George VatsHr's
Son & Co, Inc. bullcWs. or 1170 Hroad
sy. ehow liabilities of 1132,814 and as
tett of I4M11. contlstlng of cash In
banks, S3, 278. cash on hand. $23. hc
counts. $74,210. and orftr furniture and
books, $300. Of the liabilities 126,000 nn
four suits for damage, for personal In
juries Ill.N'ATZ lll'IinKR -Schedules In bank
ruptcy of Ixnutz llurger. manufacturer of
nckear ut 532 llronlnay, tliow liabili
ties ot S26.231 and assets of $17,331
DIA.MAN'D 4 SINtlKII Schedules In bank
ruptcy of Diaintind Slna-er, wholesale
dealers In Jewelry at 391 nroadway. show
liabilities of 146,571 urn! nstets of $22.
D1C. consisting of stm-k. $14,000; fixture,
$1,200, uccounls, $7,135. and cash In
Till". FALCON WAIST COMPANY Sched
ules In bankruptcy ot the Falcon Waist
Company, 72 Mndlson aenue. show liabili
ties of 114, S72 and as.ets of $5.(i00
Tlin POST DAVIS COMPANY Schedules
In bankruptcy of the Post Davis Com
pany, printers at 275 Water street, show
llalillltlf. of 120,512 and nominal as.ets
if $ 6,042. consisting of plant, $3,2sS. stock,
$105, both covered by chattel mortgage,
jtld accounts, $2,649.
Ilint.N'AHO WiUlSTElt Schedules In bank
ruptcy of Ilernard Webster, manufacturer
of puttlcoatn, at 135 West Seienteeuth
streut. show liabilities of $21,208 and assets
MOIUtlS WEXI.EIl - Schedules In bank
ruptcy of Morris Wexler. clonk manufac
turer at 131 Greene street, sliuw liabilities
of $12,429. Th assets ure unknown,
llllHMAN.N- ItKlSSMAN, bartender, of J31
Kait nighty-fourth street, who formerly
bad a suloon at IISS Freeman street, has
riled n petition In bankruptcy with liabili
ties of $2,951 and assets of $651. llo was
In buslnes for many years
II11HM ANN Jll'SCHKN. who formerly had a
restaurant ut 742 Wghth avenue, hud a
petition In bankruptcy tiled against him
jesterday II was alleged that lie Ik In
solvent and made preferential paincnts.
Itlll'lllIN Ili:i.l. A petition In bankruptcy
has li-u tiled UKalnat Iteulieu Hell, ile.iler
In lines, trimmings and embroideries nt
M Hester street It was aliened that lie
Is liirolvem und made prefeieutl.tl pay
ments of $500, He began the business In
TIIK PAVlIt 11. IJOI'1,1) MANL'l'ACTl'lt-
iu.si-Arti -.nuiKe lion huh ri
tiolnted George I. Duty receiver fur the
David II Gould Manufacturing Company,
wiilsta nnd ilrensci". in no West Twenty
second street, will, authority to continue
business llflecn days nil lequesl of cred
itors The liabilities ale $10,000 and the
nominal assets aro about tho same.
y. I)OTI'KNlll-:i.M -Judge Hand has ap
piilnted Aithur (' Illjigileii recelier fnr S.
Dottenhelni, Ini . maiiufarlurvr of Jew
elry hi S3 I'nlon .square, bond. Sl.iOO.
Tho assets are estimated ut $3,600.
ALl'ltKI) MAVKlt--Judge Huriil has nn.
pointed George 11. olney rerelkei- for
A If ted Mayer. ilenUr In bulter and eggs In
I-'iiltnn Market, bund, tl 500. Tho ussets
are estimated at $3,000,
"Supreme Court-Hy .lustlro Davis -Nor-densrhlld
k ltedd, l.'dwiiril T. llerlist
Model HulldlnB and Loan Assoilatlon of
Mott Haven s Malln. Schuyler 1:. Day
County llnldltiK Complin) e Vorroll, John
I ly .lustlce l.ehinnii Illttuy Company t,
Kelly, Hoy M. Ilnylnson; lllway Company
Wolf. Hoy M. Itiil.lii.i.T,. Veiln vs Hoyiu
I'hetan Heule: flatter of Iirrtrhn.l,., i.ii.
J. Tompkins, lltlliiKer 171st Street Heulty
Cpmpiuiy. I'mutla S. McAoy: Chuniiln va
Hraun, Melvln II Dnlberi:, Sloans va Hal
prln, Leopold V. Iliirhuruer.
iij .lusiice .New burner nernrteln va
Ilernateln. William Klein,
Supreme Court Hy Jutlc l)a is IM
waul I'. Iliisl, , (ieoiitn ciiiiim, s, Charles
StlKarnnin. Clement l.e llontllllnr a 111...
seppo Hint I. A, Slsilmiin Jameson; Munliat
tail IJfe Inslirnnfa Comiiany va ilarHetd
Hill tllne CumDanv. ltarrv M. Hfriit, isiu
Heal Estate va Hanover Itealty and Const,
Company, William J, Lynch.
GUILTY PLEA HALTED
PLAN TO FREE RICE
Juror Discloses a Secret
Speaking of Hawthorne
Folks around the Federal Ilulldlng
are speculating on tho state of mind of
(.1 cor go Graham Itlco when he learns
that with a little more patience he
might not now bo serving a term on
Itlco wns Indicted for Improper use
of the malls In tho mining schemes of
II. II. Scheftels & Co., curb brokers.
After his caso lind dragged five months
In the United Htates District Court Itlco
suddenly entered a plea of guilty and
wns sentenced to n year and six months
on Ulnckwell's Island.
A Juror In his trial who was discuss
ing yesterday the rclntlvc lengths of the
lllco and tho Ilnwthorno trials declared
that If Itlco had stood It out he would
hnve gone free.
"Wo - were taken aback when ho
pleaded guilty," said tho Juror. "Why,
nlno of us wero ready In our minds to
acquit him, nnd the other three favored
not only this but Awarding him
damages Into the bargain."
From tho Juror's chance observntlon
comment nroje In tho building ns to the
length of tho Ilnwthorno trial, which
is drngglng wearily before Judge
Mnycr, Yesterday marked the close of
tho third month pf the case. To ob
servers nt tho trial It looks as though
It would stretch well Into tho future.
The rcmnrk of the Juror In the Hlcc
enso aroused discussion nmong fre
quenters of the Federal Building ns to
tho policy of prolonging such trials In
nn effort lo reduce the Jurors to o state
When this wjs hinted to United
States District Attorney Wise yester
day lie said thnt tho form of defence
set up wns the cause of the long delay,
but he hopes the trial will be finished
Inside of a month.
The nines of .ludge Hough, necessi
tating the postponement of the trial for
a week, and the lime taken In acquaint
ing Judge Mayer with the earlier testi
mony nlo caused delay.
An example of what consumes time
In n trial of this kind came yesterday
when Dr. William .1. Morton was on
tho stand. The defence objected to n
question nsken by Assistant United,
States District Attorney Thompson. An
argument for thirty minutes as to the
admlsiablllty of the question followed.
When Judge Mayer decided that tho
question wns proper Dr. Slorton
couldn't answer It.
The trial already lies cost the Gov
ernment $150,000. It Is estimated that
It has cost the defence ns much If not
more. The Government has examined
LAWYERS DINE LAUTERBACH.
llnd seneil Annrrntlcrahtn
In Ilia Oltlcf.
Mr. Edward Lnuterbach wns the guest
Thursday night of more than one hundred
lawyers who had been members of his
offlco force A r-core more sent letters
regretting their Inability to attend.
The dinner was held In the Harmonic
Club. 4 Hast Sixtieth street, and the
hosts described themselves ns the "Lnu.
terbach Alumni Association." The differ
ent periods of their association with Mr.
I-tuterbach were described bv Hugo S.
Mnclt. Lewis M. Hornthnl. Willlnrn 11.
Hand. Ferdinand H. Mlnrnth, William H.
I'age nnd the toastmaster. ex-Judce Will
iam X. Cohen. Hx-tlov. Odell nnd Su
preme Court. Justice Newberger spoke ot
his public activities. Mr Lauterbach re
plied. Among those present were 1'crcv Chit
tenden. Francis Farquhnr of York. Fa. ;
llouert H. (.rltTen. Marls .1. Katz. Emanuel
Jacobus. Andrew McLaren, Judso Kdcar
J Laucr. Judge John V. McAvoy. Nathan
Ottlnger, ("apt. Thomas Itynn. Homer It.
ScoUlle, Henry L. Scheuerman, Henry
Slegrlst. Kugene Trcadwcll, Ilcnjamln
Tuskn, William Van Wyck, Ixiuls Worm
ier, ex-Judge M. J. Waldhclmer nnd Dr.
Wlckea Washburn of Newark.
TO BETTER NASSAU COUNTY.
Wealthy Itralilrnts Form Association
Mar ninr Snpervlsiir.
Minhola, L. I., Feb. 2. Wealthv rest-
dents of Nassau county are going to take
u more active Interest In local politics In
th coming iprlng campaign. To-day a
certificate was tiled In the County Clerk's
ofnee of the Nassau County Association
Inc.. whoso Incorporators nre Wlllnrd D.
ntmlght, Jullcn A. Ripley, Ilnrry I, Nlcho-
lax, Joseph V. flrnce nnd Frank L. Crocker
Accordlnu to the papers the association.
o e..rn.Al tr. I.....- I.. ..It .1
r. .,,t,ii, ,i , nn in i,i, oa nn- wcii.ii-e
Jullen A. Hlpley and Wlllard I. Straight. '
KNICKERBOCKER CLUB TO MOVE.
Old Ilonae nn Filth Avenne Too Far
The Knickerbocker Club Ik Boi,u: lo
UP ltu hoiiso nt the iinrthclist corner ol'
Ullh avenue and Thirty-M-cond Ptrcct '
for a locution further up town.
A rnci'lini: ns hold Tuosdny evenlnK
tt .which it wan voted to abandon the old
Ml li ne With ItH hnv uimlftu- liriMlii.,
oier Fifth avenue, which has clvcn it the
npiicarntice of a London club. No hate
will nn mnilo in tliOM-lt'Ctlon of Ihe new site.
The members have no nhlofiwui in th..
emu except in mo matter 01 locution. There
is 100 inucii iiusiiiess near by, they claim
riii nrotiortv has n fi-nntn.',, nf fia t 1....1
on Fifth avi'iiuti and 15n feet on Tlilrtv
Hank Mmy Inrrrnar 1)1 vlriemla.
V. II. .Mclntyre. New York ascnt for the
,liiinlard Haul! of South Africa, cot won!
yesterday that the director will propose
It the April '.'2 stoekhnlden.' meerlnL- tln.i
the dividends be Increa.scd to 10 per cent.
a year huh it uoiius at uio rate or 4 per
ceni, u year lie Klvcn,
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
NKW YOIIK COl'NTY.
Supreme Court- Appellnt Division He.
Supieme Court - Appellate Term Ilecess,
Supreme Sourt Special Term Part 1.- -llefore
Lehman, J. t.ltlcuted ittmlnna r-ill,t
at 10-30 A, M.
Part II. Uernre Dntls. J Court opens at
10:30 A. M. Hx parte mutt era.
Part 1 1 1. - llefore HlHpiinrr. .1. xttt...
(leneral calendar Nos. 962, 912. llfld. 917'
win. l". OVI. lUi'o, IU7", i;u,, til, 183
li..,,,, in.. 1, IS.,, IS.S, ISfttl,
1H7I, 1881, 1487, 1926, HI36, 1936
1965, 1627, 1131. 10s, 10113, 1723
1626, 1658, :t Its, 1081, I0H. m
1160, 1945, 896. 1711., 893, 1633, 8117,
1866, 1873, 1907, 1191, 119'.'. 1038.
1111. 1122. 1606, 101. 1459. 300, 911,
.up-,, in., i.,i, ..ill, ISIS
I- lttdi, litis, ivttj. rut, eo, 196,
1862, 1863, 13K2, 1958, 2092.
2108, 2116, 2129. 2141. 214K
2170. 21711. 2174. 2180. 2183
2190, 1134, 1411.
Part I V, Iteiess.
Part V. Hefore Krlanter. J,
L'"rt J!!; "."f"! "leaerlch, J.
Part VII. Hefore Ilendrlek. J.
Part VIII. Before Pendleton, J,
of the county and It l.s expected that the I - Prt IV. A1nnlruy J . Part V Mad- V,;e'Bo xeMt.VcemHl Tln'tlbldJ'wIII h-
ir- ,.,ii,ii, ,i , iir in tin ii. in,, wrii.in. i nr. rnn I.. I nn.. .1.. i-nrt ill. .i.iv.-nv
n-ii iainMi win iui a .1 1 111 iu,i i o ior super- i'lVrW r i-Anri on. n. ,. t in i m v ..' r,ll,llcl "P" and read. Pamphlets coniaminc
vlsor ,n the field to run aBa.n.t Philip J. A iulg 4 V", Z ! ! .e'd'res iStt&tiA
Ch(!n In, the trtee, and mnna.er. of the i j VfeH.S"S , A " 6 5 1 1" 'r "ftiS "T"
association are Mra. Hleanor H. nelmont.l ; x 'j,8; 6 ti "e?5J;' J,; VV.A'iVn'S .'itMnvic''11"1
Frank It. Crocker. Kathcilne K. Crocker. 6993! 7004. The following cause,, if marked , iiVtiv p cVi viv
Frank i Houhledav. Clarence II Slsskav reaiH. will be naesed for the dav No eau ..., "!.. V..:i,!ili:;'-. ... - i.
Each Day Adds Increasing Numbers to lite
ay Throng on the Boardwalk
' America's Famous All-Year Resort
Atlantic City Is tho Mecca of thousands during the Lenten Season, and becomes
more popular with increasing years. By day or night the famous boardwalk Is
the scene of life and gayety and of many contrasting colont of fashion.
The delightful climate of the resort, and Its unending, attractions, hnve spread
Us fame, and the leading hotels ale noted for tho exccllenco of their service and
THE LEADING HOUSES
will furnish full Information, rates, etc., on application.
Doth American and lhiro
Joslah White ft Sons Co.
Open i:ntlre Year.
Walter J. Uuby.
Hotel and Sanatorium,
I. L, Young, Mir.
I II. OfT and
II. C. L'daards.
Hotel St. Charles
Open All Year.
Newiln Haines Co.
J. WclUcI, Mgr.
Convenient through trains
via Central It. It. of N.
COME TO ATLANTIC CITT
and enjoy the dellfhts of the Winter at tha 3a
there combined with the comforts and convtinl
encet ot the World's Seaside Metropolis.
Is always popular on acroun t ot fts unequaled loca
tion and lit unobstructed ocean view.
WALTER J. nUZBT.
rnajii Aenues, affording oces
lew equal to beach front n
I- Mfirl laricaa Pnnmi'
St, Charles Place,
riieJn Aenues. Affording ocean breeze and p rean
nine water: electric lljhts. elevator, sun parlors,
etc. Meals and scrMce best obtainable. Mjeelal
1-enten rates. " J- M.SI.
inr pricv. w innc iwhipi i n. nr
Ilfll TQUIItC Virginia Ave. ft beach.
IIILIOllinC Open all vear. Kverv
Hipulntnient ami comfort.
Causes to be sent from Tart III. to Tarts
IV.. V.. VI.. VII and VIII. for trial.
Supreme ourt Trial Term Part II. Be
fore 1'nre. J. Hhort causes ros. iuou. -siu.
Nos. 25S4. 2516. . .
Part III. lietore ewuurscr, u. jj
en.lar Nos. 21H5, 17l, 6342. 2426,
4832, 24,3. 630S. isaj. Ji.
Part tV. riefore Durro, J. Sot ll4,
t;2, 2!r.. 23(16. 45. 11". HIH. 1146. 2213,
lltio 2108. 21S6, 2107. 2132. 2H7, 2168,
tier. s . n lft?
" 1art V. tFefori Kord, J. No. 2085, 2481,
l!t4 niOJ "975 Mi..
1 .DID. tIJil --
"111 2448. 24S0. 2471. 5S0S.
2438, 1797. 3137.
Part VI. tlefore Delany, J.
ilar Nos. 80S. 1375. 1377. 102,
2103. 2213. 2041, 2104, 2133,
3412. 24s. 5213. , .
Part VII. ncfore Guy, J. Day calendar
Xos. 2109. 2111. 5073. 1400, 1401, 1S77,
''part VIII. Adjourned for the term.
Part IX. Ileforc Whltaker. J. Day cal
en.lar -)S. 1325, 2172. 1118. 2327, 2444,
1S31. 1S32, 1833, 725. 1S65. 1866.
t...i n.f.ir lMstzek. J. Day calen
dar No. 1'20. 1776. 382, 1520",. 3289.1
1823. 1701. 1718. 2299. 127. 18.47. 417, 2007,
:00! 2351, 2221, 2339, 2334, 1691, 2310,
"l-arts XI. nnd NIL Adjournal for the'
Part XIII. llefore Qavegan. J. Day cat-
enilur Nos. 2043. 1717, 1726, 2033, 881, 2070,
2054. 2050. 946. 2055.
Part XIV. nefore Amend. J. Day cal
endar Nos. 530. 1186. 3127. 1967, 1959.
Part XV. llefore Cohalan, J, Nos. 1118.
Part XVI. llefore Donnelly, J. Case on.
No ilay calendar.
Part XVII. llefore Oreenbaum. .1. Case
on. No day calendar.
Pnrt XVIII. Uerore Firsdy. .1. Day eel
endar Nos. 1163. 1830. 2194. 1283. 3211. 457.
41 1. 1640. 1633. 1617. 1821, 117, 1886, 1052.
Surrogate's Court Chambers iierore co.
hatan. b. W ills for probate Mary Carrolla wl, tcomljCo Xo, .-sith Ale. AllCook'sTourlsl
Joseph 11. llher. Ilanyer Ludlow, Ilenrnmc,, or address lieu. I'. Adams, iter., l'ortresa
Srliuek, Char es II. Lyons. I enry Ste nert. Mnroe. Vlrclnla.
Mlchnel Lark n. Laura A. Hall. Marietta (1. !
IIUKlltl, Jeannettc Colin
Mary i:. ituck.
Martha A. Klrley
Nathaniel A. Prentiss, at
10:30 .. M.
Snrroeate's Court Trial
Fowler, s. No day calendar
CUT Court Special Term Part I. He.
fore Im Ketra. J. Court opena at 10 A, M.
.Motions st 10:30.
Tart II. llefore Delelianty, J. Court
opens at 10 A. M. llx parte matters.
City Court Trial Term Part I. Hefore
McAvoy. J. Nos 1993. 100. 20(16. 2234. 2156.
2231, 2256. 2272. 2272',. 1422. 1697. 2147. '.'143.
2163, 2178, 200. 2091, 2103, 21:81,. 129
107. 2108. 2197, 2198, 2202. 2208. 2209,
2211. 2273. 19361,, 1936, 2229, 227J4, 2273.
49'9'l 2275. 227b. 2277, 2223,. 992,. 3(!',
Part II. llefore Green. .1 Short causes
Nos. 5381. 5387. 6415. 5424, 5131. 5443, 5130.
6437, 5438, 6428, 6431, 6432. 6435. 5441, 5444,
6ltC. 640. 6194, 6367. 53,6, 5139, 5445,
,1 n -
The rollnulng causes will lie passe.
Part VI llefore Smith. .1.
Part VII. Hefore O'llwyer. C J.
Part VIII. llefore l.vnch. .1.
Causes to he sent from Part I to
III. IV., V., VI.. VII. and VIII. for trial.
Supreme Court Special Term anil Cham-
hers. Court opens at 10 A. M.
Supreme Court Special Term for Mo-
Hons Hefore Henedlct. .1. Court opens ai
' io A
prims Court Special Term. E narte
neiore inacKmar, j. wouri opens at io
Supreme Court Special Term, Trials.
calendar nefore (tarretson. .1. Court opens
i 111 x1 V M. fae on trial, lllrrhest number
u,... -,.r."-r.iai t..X, t... ..-.
. '"..''. . W ".'.' T.1 '" ."",1
i uar. ran i.,
will he set down fnr a day upon this rati
Nos. 7703, 6449, 2973, 7004. 700S, 7011, 7013,
7016-7017, 7236. 7025. 2260. 5797, 024b. j012,
5677, 114S. 1160, 7036, 704.1, 7044, 701,',,
7047, 7050. 7051, 7052, 7053, 7055, 4900,
6469. 6537, 7057. 7059, 7063, 70ti. 70(7,
7068. 7069, 7070-7071, 6743, 6366. 6514, 659S.
HlRhrtt number reached on resular call,
County Court Part IV Hefore Kawrett,
; ; " "'. " . ,","""1-
pelenl person; Nos. 2044, 264U. 2743
.' """"r . ouri 1 or Trial part I. nefore
I Dike, .1. Court opens nt H) A. M Criminal
,1-nieniinr siervyn r.. iseeney, grand larceny
Abe dolden, Morris Wetnlek,' arson. .Millions
Alloy, arson. Mnilnn llerace, urund larceny.
Cos CluifTiirU rjittA nn,l i,a.l, ,1,,.
rape and assnult.
I'art II Hefore Tlernan. J Sidney Creleli-
assault, Isidore lirown, Morris Levy.
buiKlari. petit larLeuy and recelvtnr .mt.ti
Konds, Irldor Hrown. assault, lto.n Hmi.n
carrying danrerous weapon; (luetuno Kerura,
rubbery, assault, irranil larceny and c. d. w
Part III. llefora Soutlinrd, .1. Joseph a'
Moore. Thomas .1. Murphy. Erand larceny;
Theodor Kllnxr, asauult, tlenrce Dale, rnh
bery, nssmlt and Krund larceny, John Ange
Inr.r. nllaa t.lovanul Anrelone, assault; John
Malande, burglaiy and petit larceny. Sinn
slvyiiiHMan,1J.u".k.5'' errlim danceroua weapon,
XVllllani Wuhl, John Morrlssey, assault.
Surroitate'a Court llefore Ketrhnni. s.
I. m" ."',0"" ' ? A. M. In the Hall nf
l.loUph "lf.l..CK,.,rer.cka l",!)'''!!.
nem inpunr. .xiary Cheeks, Mary Callahan
1. urn 11. iiarrv. .nti xmrniiv i-nn. t
Connelly. Emily Burnett. Mary Itoblnsoni
1 alherlue Denton. John B. Snblne, Anna M.
miner, Frank Ilabcm-k, William J Kalser
Wllllam Klken. Matilda Dodtati. Minnie1
ilraue. Karnllne Mu ler. Alexander Sears
xdmlnlstrntlon of Hudnlph . Peter. e.'
louutlnic of John W. Murphy, Marcaret' .1
McStav. Charlea Dettreux. Oeore w Huehes.
Louis rarlsette. Oeorge zipp, Charles straub
Andrew Weber. Liu I H. lluhoefer eat ale or
Sadie Ityan. Haft Infants, Jolm ia"
Abraham Kaplan, flocro Dlaso. Josenh
K.hehr. Vlneenio Vellucal. Solomon Mark,
Wlen.r ,U A' CoctSin. An,0'
County Court Trial Term Before Hum
nhrey. J. Nos. 14. 116, 80, 81, 99 ins s.
121, -5. 95. 17. 18, liij, 19.' 20,' nemalnnVr'of
calenrtAr passed until Monday, Mart h 3.
Court of Apprnla Calendar.
ALBANY. Fab. 36 rnr. .r .
,U- '.466 534 &4S- 5457' 645V 5 Si ' V.pvr or answer. V. linuVt ill be 'VaUi.
54;: J4?: lilt. ill. Afc ill?. 111: llk el.slsu bydcfaulf0rthcrcllet.h-ma,.ll,dl..
3463. 6468. 5470. 6472. 6473. 5475. 6476. ftS3,l Vork. I.ecember 31. II2.
Psei hi n.fnr. iein.ui. i AXUHKU M fl.f TIL Atlurtiry for rialnlll'.
ill tl- n.fn.r irhm fri.- t )l"'' ""s '' ,nl Address. l.Vi llroaila.
i l v '1?.tlrr. 1,. i ' Moroush of Manhattan. New N ork fits.
J." .; 'l?'!" '.'.ucr!.J-. Til Till: DIMTNIIANI' Kt lnll.PII , liODH
Supreme Court Trial Term Part I -He-fore
Kelly. J Part II. Before Van WleiV
J Nos. 1335. 1SS6. 1367, 1360 ljil i5
1277. 1151. 1199. 1684. Tile follow V Van..;
If marked ready will bo passe for fh dav"
No cause will be sel for a day on th i c.lV
Nos. 1729. 1727. 745. 1 198. 973. 1278 138B ,3,0
1371 1S78. 1380. 1381. 1145 163. "hV",0;
number rearhvtl on the aenerni r-ai...'-
Mdar for to-morrow Ko. 111.
In the fashionable Chelsea
section. Open A II. Year.
J. II. Thompson ft Co.
ODcn all Year.
V. V. Cook's Hons.
Open all Year.
Open all Year,
Urn. It. Hood.
In three hours from New York
J. or Pennsylvania it. h.
IN A SEA OF PINCS
The Winter Resort of the North
Comblninf at their best: -Polo. Golf,
Tennit, Trap-shootinC Rldinl, Urlvinf,
Motorlotf, etc., nidi nneicelled acconuno
dttioos ol the niftiest clatt, and in the
midtt of attractive tociely.
LAUREL IN THE PINES
fSNK r.SHUTI, Mas.
A. J. MURPHY. Mas.
Rootlet tat full inform. lion upon rtaactt.
Re.cr.td Iron N. Y. Tit.Ctalrtt R. R. ol N.J.
Writ or Illustrated booklet .anil rates.
a iioniiitN nrri:i.
Noted for a Homelike
Conn try IJfe Within a Half
Hour ot the Crand Central,
Iwrrnce Park. BronxTllle, N. T.
X HOTEL CHAMIERLM V
OLD POINT COMfOltT.VXl
HICHIITIVI'. BOOK- Z -l
I OTS -, i-h.mh.rlln
l.ivTn At Chamberun
Oftlee. Nii. tl'J2 llroadway. Phono 1873 Madlsou.
.St.'Pltl'.MK CtU'ltT. COL'NTY Of N'KW YOIIK.
r.DWAItll J. Mni.ortill.M'.V. Plalntin. siatnt
The llenxen Itcatty Compam. Donald Mitchell,
Mary Mitchell, his wife, Klrhard J. Ilonoian.
Itudolph A llislrl. (iottfred .Nelson and Matilda
.Nelon, his wife Mary A. Stanley, llecla .smith,
Cathailne Misire, Nettie liwjer. tllllle llllllanl.
llarle V Webb. Harriet M (ilenn. Delia Morian,
liorls llole. Jennie Wilson. Hetty Mall. Itebecra
l.lojd, said name "Itebecca" belnir llctltlous. Hie
rrtte tlrsl nsme nt hAl.l ricrt-nriant hrlnir linknnu n
I to the piaiiitiu, t,m neuu: also Known ns( wr.
Urfcndants. County Clerk's
numoer 5. mix
Tt) Tin: aiiou' VAMnn iimixnANrs'
ou are lieiebv siinunoncd In answer llie com
plaint In this anion, nnd to senc a copy of your
i an.wcr on trie riamuirs iiiiiney unin iweut
! days after the wr Ice oftlil summons, exrlukltn
I nr i.. ..... n, I.u I 1.. ....... ... all..H.
; The fim-eiilne summons Is wncit upon o'i bv
puhllrailoii, pursunnt to an order of the Hon
' Vernon M i)as. n Jtistk-c of ihe .Supreme Couri
I of the Mate of ,c Norl.. dated the IMh da of
i enruari. luia. ami turd wiiine anirnded urn
iilaliu in the nHlce of the CleV. of the Count) of
i f-u- VorU. nl lh I'niinlv I'iiiim linnet In till.
llorouch of Mnnliattan and t'lty nf New Yuri.. I'l
Uai.l s.ale. nn ihe l.sih day uf l ehruar) . 11113,
li.nril, .New urk. 1'eliruary is. HIM.
AXI Itl'W M CI.I'TI'. .Mtorncy for l'lalnili'.
I onicc rind 'iM lllllce Ad-lress. tin HmnJu.ls.
i liunnieh of isnhnrtai. e-t Vnrt. chs
.sr.AI.i:i) niDS will be received by the Tlnsrd of
Water Supnly, nt Its nlhiTs, seventh floor, tsi
Urnadwny, New York, until II A. VI. on 1 hursrtay
'O'KPH I' Moiiiilssi Y. Secrerary
NOTICi: IS Ml.ltKIIV CilVli.N that the Seaboard
Air Line Hallway will apply lo the llallrnad Cum
mission of tlcorils at Ita omceln the Slate Capitol.
Mlniila, (icuitrla. t.n ThurNlay, the thirteenth
day of March, 1013. at ten o'clock A. M . for at,
rhorll) Iti lMie ami dispose of M.tmutl- Three
Year--.'.";, Notes, anil also for AUthoilty to Issue
anil tllspo;e of. as pro iilril In the llefundlnir
Mortirane. X2.7.'i).eiio ftefuniltns Honda, belnc the
1015 Installnrnt thereof.
Seaboard Atr Line Itallwa).
Hy: 1.1:011 11. WATTS. CirncrAl Counsel.
febrUAry 27. 1913.
AisSltiNMKNT OF MOIITOAOE.
MAHAN. Harris, to Martrt Knox... Iio.ono
SINCI.AHt Archibald II M, to Uerman S.u
burs Hank 125.000
SMITH, Alice 11. to Elkan Kahn . . IU'0
DltY DOCK HAV INSTN lo Jacob tireen
felil . II 000
KICK. Lulu, to (leo II Knapp 12.700
UOTTSCHALK. Frances J, to Title 1! T
BOHUMU. (Iiislav, to Union Trust Co 130,000
HUNTS POINT F.STATE8 to Kellwooil
IIAHLKY. Mary A. to Kdw V Maloney 12.000
HltKIS. Surah tl, to Columbla-lsnlekrr
bmker Trust Co 11,000
POWKLL Cath A. to Maria Helnholdt I2.(i"0
HAMILTON, Alexander, to Violet L Ka.u-
HILL Frank II. to Oscar Mayer J1.no
FHANK A WAHLIO CO to Doia I.lpp-
SCOMACI. Hratrlce, to Domenlto
IIOWIIHS, John M, to Slawsou A Ilobbs,
CITY Hi: A I, ESTATE CO to BenJ F
DEPPKLKH. John J, to Atiolph A Hup
WOHK.MUN'S HICK AND DEATH UENK-
FIT FUND OF U 14 OF A to Excelsior
Kaxlngs Bank I26.S0I
TITLE 11 c T CO to Fulton Trust
LYHS. Herman, to Walter Tlinme.. .. tt
SAME to same tl
KULLOOD HEALTY CO to Jno (1 Ilorr
LAWYF.ltrt MOItT CO to Edw N Taller,
MOHTIMEIt. (leo W. to Mary A Mortimer 81
HTIUCKLAND. Sarah E. to Mury Fritz. 14, 001)
IJIAMONSTONE. .Mendel, to Jos If
LAW'VEHS MTU CO lo Peter T Barlow and
ano. trus $32,000
MATHEWS. Peter J, to N Y Title Ins
t Co $30,000
LOUIS. C.ussle. to Martha Lewis . l
IIOHDON. Louts, to Nathan Klrsli . $11,001
KOIIN, Harry K nnd ano, exre, to lloner-
Sailnia Hank. $56 r.r.T
m:rz. liie. to i.iin i: itohe $2.nos
VAN NOHUEN TItU8T CO to Mary Canter,
I 4UMU,.,, , fl