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DAILY SVIEL W.
1 Money eoatinues easy.
.orelgn exchange Is dull.
State Conaols and Premium Bonds show little
wt.iation.
Stooks continue in request and strong.
Cotton is dull here for spot and easier for ft
tares. Spots are also dull at New York. with
I uturs barely steady. Liverpool spots are
.- t d lower, with futures barely steady. Havre
istat.
Su gar exhbits a better feeling.
alee Is firmer.
Breadsttah are qult.
hraen and feed are steady.
Grese.ies and country products are quiet.
g r.S ArND IxPORTYS WP TO NP.M.
300 TE IMPOV8 9 RIVER. LAIE AND
tter. k ..... o alt ....... so
a. a.s. . 5 ea, bl ........ 08
Ssed. oks. 9,9 Osa. bble ....... 1o
dlt . es. o N0 eake. sacks... .9o00
orn.bulk, bebtsb4e Ote. sacks...... 8.8et
. aks ...... 16041 rkbbls......... fo0
ou eer oks..... 962 iee.i b es......... 09
r, bbIs ...... . oe bhis ....... 7
. ....... 4 n~ uar btlse... .... 5
ay, bales....... ,a491t 1 ado-, r. hhde ...... 18t
l S, tier1es.... 8o 'turpentine, bbls- 6
S ...... a Toba., mana
. ..1.. 1 9 tfurlt, pkgp. 177
Ut , s....... 78 Whisky. bbls ..... 84
,. e....... 110 Wheat.bllk.buhk.b 7.o0
Sbbls.., se9
FOREIGN ErPORBS.
0on NAMIUBO.
Cor In bulk. bus. .. "...... ..... , ,
FOR LaWHOBn.
Corn In bulk, bu'an........................792u0
onR Ban.Mx.
4lttoon.bales.................................. 1,44
1OBEIGN IMPORTS.
FROM a1O DB JANIIBO.
Coffee., beas..... ............... ..... 40oo
--- C--
PI NANIIAL AND I . MuniuItIAL NEWS.
BESI OOTTON EX(HAbOE DONATION TO
THE IBISH RELIEF FUND.
We are infoimed by Mr. Henry G. Heater.
': retary of the New Orleans Cotton Exchenge.
h` ,at the President of the Exchange. Mr. Wm.
COnniasbam. remitted to-day to the Lord
Mayor of London a draft for proceeds of s160o.
lo01eetions by the Cotton Exchange committee
(Mr. Samuel Simpson. chairman.) for the fund
for the rellt of the distress In Ireland.
The very commendable action on the part of
this worthy body is well deservingof Imitation
by other corporations and assooiations of our
OOIEEg.
Messrs. Small & Co. report in their weekly
Ootoee statement: Market quiet at our quota.
Woes; reoelits this season 167.170 bagse.sales
. inee July 1, 1879. 151,89 bags; stook In first
hands 16.181 bags. Dealers' stock 2.,000 bags.
COQDMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF COTTON
0EDOEIPIS. CHICAGO. BT. LOUIS AND
. NEW ORLEANS RAILROAD.
Comoared with past six months: Increase
f.I.W 1879.78, 105.281 bales; 1878.76 88,991; 1874 75,
A9N. : 1675-. 674.885; 1876-77. 52,04t; 1877.78. 81,
- S11078 9, . 88,97.
W3W ORLEAMNB AS A MANUFACTURING
. OBCNTRE.
Wow that money is so abundant, and seekling
or investment everywhere, it is surprising that
e.pltalists do not peroelive the advantages
er.red In New Orleans for the establishment of
Sy.veral manufactories.
tle cotton seed mills this rear.working in bar
Irony, will give dividends ranging from so per
.lt upDwards, and seeing that dot one-fourth
~ t the whole available cotton seed is utilised by
She manufactories of oil and cake in all the
;Southern States.this opens a field for the estab
:l shment of other mills.
``While cotton end wool manufactures all over
Se Souath are prospering. our capitalists here
are allowlng their establishment to lie idle,
We esrtainly enJor every facllity of obtaining
thle raw article, and have large consuming mar
itat close at hand. The manufacturers in
SNisissisppiol Alabama. South Carolina. Georgia
and other parts of the Southern States are
Srouwded with orders for months ahead, wbilh
goves that prosperity exists in this branch of
badustry.
With the facility of getting wheat down in
ares at less freight, and selling flour, bran.
4te;,It full prices, its remarkable that we have
nly one flouring mill of moderate dimensions.
Certainly this industry offers an opening for
. eotable employment of eapital.
S. ". Tuanneries established near East Pascagoula.
i. e ., and elsewhere, get their bark from the
oebetnetta river, but a few hours distant across
t he lake, yet we have no tanneries to speak of,
aklthough the hides in our markets so abound
' hat they are exported in their raw state to the
Atantlieo lties, while it is a well known fact that
raw hides are sent from Chattanooga to be
..jnaed, and after being converted into leather
are returned to New York for shipment to Ger
sl lany. The economy of transportation charges
alone would be an element of large profit to a
arJ e tannery her e.
With the very best material at hand for the
aanlluheture of glass and earthenware, some
a tantion only in a small way is now being
t..red to this industry, which is subject to Im
mes. s profitable development.
The application of bagasse to the manufac
ture of paper is attracting some attention, and
we hope to see large establishments formed in
the centre of sugar estates,to utilize this pro
duct to advantage.
It is our intention to refer particularly to
speelal manufactories, for the benefit of those
who are possessed of small means, we hope
that our few remarks may lead our readers to
look into the subject themselves.
. OUTHEBN COTTON MANUFACTURE.
[New York Shlpping List.]
There is no good reason why the Southern
autonWproducing States should not convert a
noh larger percentage of the raw material
yarns and textiles than they have hitherto
The,: have many advantages over the
dof Europe in the manufacture of ct
have the raw material at hand, be
nlimited water power and the demon
suacnes of such enterprises in the
of G-orgla and South Carollna; and t
be no difficulty in ob'aining all the
S labor that mey be required. A recent
of the Charleston News and Courier
makes an excellent showing of what has been I
do Gein South Carolina Iu the extension (f its
Setton manufactures, which, until very re
s enty. were of comparatively small import.
The people there are beginning to real
Slar~ measure of the benefits derived
µ om brlnging the mills to the cotton nstead of
arryin the cotton to the mills. There are
.sow in South Carolina seventeen cotton fac
eories, with a cauital or 82288 6aoo, and the prop
t rtyis worth at the actual market ratenearly
8.00,000. The factories give employment to
se. operatives, upon wh,,m 7918 persons are
dependent for nupport. They have capacity
to the manufacture of s8.osa bales of cotton,
And bythe process of manufacture even into
,qrdinary yarn the value of the cotton is more
than doubled. The raw cotton is worth 1,821.
Ss the manufactured article $5.os2,1so.
bile South Carolina is thus mating pro- s
a In cotton manufacturing, great improve- 4
ti also notieeable in th- c.tron oroduntion
Stat. The Orop of 1878 was fully 50 per t
larger than that .f 1870, and did much to
the m terial pro.Uerty of the Strte.
Sl from 10 to 15 per cent of the cotton
in the State is there manufactured;
News and Courier remarks that the U
af sas fa.tuorliu lndustry in the Soubh
t probably be ~uaed for many years to
S.gre a atcloths. But the cotton 0
of the South will no -
d. as eaoert-noe has d
that ection, wh r~
I o ew les !e efshcwt illbeto oause e lAg*
eduction in the antity of raw otton ex
portod from the oUnitedl states. Instead o
spinning and weavin La per cent of toe cotton
goos prodct of th United Startes we should
end abroa at least hal our crop in a mann.
fatured tefrm.
W. C. WATTS & 00.' LIVYERPOOL OOTTON
CIBOULAB OF FEBRUARY 18.
We are i.gebted to Messrs. D. A. Given &
Son for this IRpert. from which we extract the
following:
The Position, ego.-The advance In prices here
this weekt bha been due almost exclusively to
the tenor of advloe from Manchester. That
an enormous busines has recently been dope
in that market Is beyond question: but here tbh
market is inlilned to panuse. for the following
reasons:
1. That spinners have bought so largely
is unauestosably due to the large profits they
are now malting. We have Called attention to
this point In several of our recent reports. But
what is an element of strength to our market
at one time may soon become an element of
weakness For Instance. it takes we are told
rbout 2~d per pound to convert Midding U
land outon to ' twist. In 1878 and for e
frst ten monts of1o79 the margIn averaged
only about 9Md per pound-that is. for t venty
two months our spinners were losing ab tut Md
per pous. But nlow 82's twist is at [email protected],
or say 11d. sralest 79d for Middling Uplands.
a margln of 4 4d, or a clear profit or 19d per
poun.h whon is a large. if not the largest,
profit they have made at any time within the
last ten years, and perhaps too good to last.
a. It may be said that as yarns have advinoaed
so much tbote thaU cOtton, the, a further ad
vance In thelatter is not Imprý bale. This may
be so. There is. however. anotber view of the
qasatlon whblch shonld be borne In mind
The Bard of Trade returns show that for the
last three monthis-and the improvement in
trade commenced ab nut the firr of November
the export of yarns from the United KHlugdom
aggrated 67.470.000 hbs against aIs.96,00o Ib1 the
correspondlng period last se)san, an ioorease
in quantity of only 9X4 per cent while there
was a Increase in value of 24 pr ceot. The
presumption is that the rapid aivanoe in value
may be largely due to speculation, and if so It
is not m probable some of these yarns contracted
for maybe offred. soondrer or ltr, for resale
in the Macitester market which would have
a very depressing effect.
3. The stock In the American ports and in
terior towns was on the sixth inst.nt 1.a4o,ooo
bales. amainst i og one at the sa.l e date last year,
an Increase cf 205,000 bales. Against this in
crease there should be placed, as an offset. any
deufiit there may now be in th , suppl oif cotton
still on plantations. a' compared with last year
at same date. Suc. deficit I.s however, an uo
known quantity. a matter about welch oplalors
varr materially. Amerlean stinners, too, hold
very large stocks; their takings from the ports
and overland for the fivn months nding the
thirty first ultimo, were ab ut 1.1ze,eoo bales,
against 718.00,o same time last seaaton,an in.
crease of a48000 bales, and allowing for aoy
Increase there may have been In ornsumotlon
during the last five months, we snop oe they
must have held on the thirty-first ultimo fuhy
00.0o00 bales more than at same date last year.
It ls.therefore, not surprisieg. in view of these
ngures, that the American markets have with.
in the last fortnight advanced only about. a tie
per pound, whilst Liverpool has gone uv 16 I.
Th e, it should be observed, has brought he
American markets closer to a safe shipplun
point than for some time past, and hence we
may expect free shipments.
4. Our spinners have now a large stock. We
estimate that they now hold 109,000 bales, or ex
actly their maximum stock last year (on tMa
15). Besides which it is generally believed here,
and no doubt true, that they hold more eottou
in the form of contracts for future delivery
than ever before.
On the other hand, westill think (1) that the
American crop of this season will turn out less
than the present pDoular estimate of 6.500 00o
bales. (2) The Bengal crop Is now repor ed to
be small, and we see no reason to change the
opinion we expressed in our report, dated
thirtieth ultimo, namely, that any increase
there may be in the shlpm nts from Bombae
this season will be nearly offet by decreased
shipments from Oaldutta. eto, (s) Our imports
from Brazil and the West Indies so far this
Year amount to only 0,688 bhates, against 80 b89
same time last year, and it is now thought that
supplies from these sources may this sea
son fall short of last season. (4) The threatened
strike at Uldham has, as anticipated in our last
report, been settled. The masters there, as at 1
other towns, are granting some increase of
wages to the operatives, hence there is not like.
ly to be any trouble on this point. In fact we
incllne to the opinion that the consumption of
cotton in this country is gradually increasing.
end is now as large, If not larger, than ever
before.
Dy Some stir was caused in our market to-day by
he the sale of 15.000 bales of Egyptian cottons on
s eculation. This speculation has rown out
their relative cheasness; for instance, while
iddiog Orleans is now 2d per pound dearer
r than one year ago.good fair E.uypttans are 31i
e per ound lower. Besldes. svinners or the finer
counts nof yarn, as we pointed out last week, are
making most money.
g The followlng table, compiled from the Board
of Trade returns. shows the export of cotton
oods and yarens from the United Kingdom for
In last month, and for same month in 1879 and 1878.
Is The figures are given In looo's yards and counts:
One month endlng Jan.81. 1878. 1879. 1880.
STo British India.......... 128.174 84.228 188,758
'h To Ohin and Japan...... 28.126 41.270 48 192
f To Turkey and Egypt.... 27.542 58,280 aa,eto
To United states and Can
ada ................... ... 10,804 18.58 1 7
n To other coutries ...... 122.548 99.97 120 900oo
Total goods (yards) 316 889 277838 357,208
Total yarns (lbs)... 17.492 15,a82 1s,447
r As compared with January of last year there
Is an increase in good. of s8 80 per cent, but a
decrease of 2.88 per cent in yarns. Reducing
goods and yarns to the same basis, there is an
e increase of 2o 85 per cent.
a The stock oorotton held by Enallsh spinners
Swe now estimate at 21D9 000 bales aainst 141,000
lat year. and 124,000 the year before at same
date.
FINAisIAL.
SOur uotations offoreign and domestio mar.
kPets are from the olosina telegrams.
NEW OBLEANS OLEARING-HOUSE.
Thus far Olearanoes. Balances.
This wk...... .. $1 674,778 88 35 021 26
SLast week............ 1,544.45 68 387.790 06
This week last year.. 1,741.615 46 125.500 92
TaZ dloneT MABrT--Is easy.,
Exceptional commercial paper is onoted [email protected]
Scent; Al do [email protected]; collateral loans 6s7: loans
on call at the banks [email protected] cent ' annum, and
on the street -05; Al mortgage 8; second grade
nominal.
I E Yox-Mnone rate 6 1 cent.
L NDON--Sank of England rate 8 0 cent: Con
sole 97 13-16.
PlaBs-ientese 2.10.
BIr van-Mexlcan collare rule at 88488%. trade
dollars 98.49: American halves and quarters
par. Bullion in London 2ad; here, fine $1 14
" ounce.
Amxanzoa GooD-California 708 1 cent die.
count; light weight 970par; mutilated 8 c oent
discount.
Fosaue Ooms--In currency: Five-franc
piecese 8o0-o. twenty-franc pieces $a 75B-,
sovereigns st 764 85. ten thaler plece $ [email protected]
-, Spanish doubloone 815 86a-. Patriot doub.
loons 815 880-. Mexican doubloons $18 [email protected]
Mexican twenty pesos piece $819 85819 45, South
American gold 900 per peeos. German twenty
marks $4 604 75.
STawaqsu-Du 1. Here commercial is 482s54
488. bank -k48435, bank counter rate --4e5.
bankers' 48t, bankers' eight 487; at New York I
commercial isto [email protected]% bank 484S4843.
Faxcs--Dull Here commeriutat are [email protected]
5.223. bank [email protected]; at New York commercial
8.2,[email protected] 5.2t5. bank 5.20% S1.8o.
Naw Yoas BoIHT-Dull. Commercial is 503
discount, and baukers' counter checking rate
$1 premium B 51000.
STATE ONSOL AND PREMIUM BONDSB
AT TUE N. O. STOCK EXCOHANGE
State Consols. Premium Bonds.
Bid. Aske. A Bid. Asked
10o m .............48% 48% 29 29% t
12 m...............48% 487 ss2 2954
1:80 D. m.....8....48 48%E 29 29s .
8 p. m.............48% 48% 29% 29
Close yesterday..t48 48% 294 291
Thisbday'stw'k..48% 48% 283 28%
This day I'st year.ao% . 0%. 5 25 2as
STATE CONOIULS AT NEW YORK.
11:2a a. m.-48 hid. J
1:58 p. m.-S5000 asles at 48;4. .
ONI r'. STATES BONDS.
N. Orleans. New Y irk. London.
Bid. Asktd. Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
4 e... - 10(6% 10o 100% 109l -I
41o0... - - lo8 - - -
54 -... -- - 108% - - -
10-40. ... - - - - -
Governments strong.
MISI.OhLLANEOUS SECURITIES. F
(The following are the Latest quotations so-day. A
the inside fiaures indicatin gthe bidding rate and
the outside the askng rate.)
n.Laue0D BonD-Ulucgro, St. Louis and New J
Orleans lairuoad Company. Tennessee lien J
- @ -. first consolidated mortgage - @ -.
do ea~ooud mortgage -4-. Jaceson BaLI. 8
road, traS mortgage -0111%, do second' 0
Smo-rtgage,- . Or o ans Ol l I
e 0apany mo --nnol
fI - (Jl Oonsoi n -nde s ol0-
d 19%@91X. Olt' Ten r ent Bonds - -.
," Waterworks Bands 384 -
[ Wl ,aT ti. oa ~krc.-Levee W r ta 910
-; !atoe Warrants. I,9. recivable fOr Ilenses
N and taxse. [email protected] Iolle Warrants-e7r4. -
029; 1878. -4--. OIty Bcrip-14.4 54h-:
I876. 869 ®9;11878ll4%8lg 6 1I877. 8tt--: 1878.
S8441168. ohool eýrtflates--184 and 1876.
-0- Hlaf paid Clty oUoons -060. Interest
IOerflbocta on State. 0onsls-January. 187.
-A-; Jly. 1879 -4-. Frvlees on Pre
lum ,n 8 k eeat. Unai tate cou
SDona 60064.
1to-ts -AI b tbefre mefolowooing quotations
1/l Nat OrleansM itook . ans: tt. la sal
sinP dath Iast sale to-day; a.eith diet.
BanMs. Par Value. Bid. Asked.
.nal and Banking Co...... 100 o048 ls06
[ Nationa ...... .......... 10o *6l 6s
ibern .lon........... 1o00 *94
lLoilan tlonsl.......... 100 97 99
etro. Loan and lavings... 100 9 -6
utuul iol.........100 99 1O"
ew O leane ationil....... 100o *o7 111
s ................... ... o *47 49
I t nal .. ............... loo *99 4 1o
insurance Comnuntes 1
t tu . ............. 100 0
rs and Traderst........ 100 :le -
W6 1'5 ....................60 1 -
als[nansuorane Co....1 00 s75 8o
me nturane ............ 40 *28 28
S neuMace . ........... 100 05 93
seh n. e and urdeb' .... 100 *97 99
ew crleans. I As'n..... ao a o90
.0. . .m . 0.......... 0 107% 100%
Is. It. Company..... 26 *8i -
a utual ..... .......... 100 *76 so
tol ................. - 100 1101 -
ltrsm Ptaroada-
r atlo .. . .............. 100 *114% 120
al and aborne........ 100 6
New Orleans City........... 0o *o 108%
ilt. fIharSl, Street...... ...»... 0 68 685
Mieoelianerms Sock.
Blenvll O11il Works Co...... oo 110 -
Oresuent City Oil Company.. Ioo *" oK 125
res't City Hlsuhter-house s0o 8 29
Importers Bond. Warehouse Io 1 '0 * (0
Jefferson City }esllght Co.. 100 6 u
juietsiana Ie Manuu. Co ... o 12 -
uisiaana tate Lottery..... 1oo 16 1260
Louslana Oil Company..... 10oo *10o 1
(ha mpany ...... ...... 100 179 -
N. 0. Waterworks Company. 00 oo 4%
Planters Oil Company....... 100o*0 *o '1 1
Hmiar Bhed Oompaeny....... 6o *so 8tH
BALES AT THE N. . dTOOK EXOHANGIC.
BOARD AT 10 A. M.
50 shares Waltsrworks Coonpany ........ s
40 ehares Waterworks Company........ oo(
o6I shares Watei works .nnpen V........ 60o
6o shares Waterworks O. (1. 1958& lot). 4,s
98 seare a Orleans Railroad Co......... ..8 .
so .hares Orleans B. B. On............. s
$10.000 Premium Bonds (. to JulydrK.).... 29%0
1.000 U. 8. 4 per enat Bonds................106 7
BOARD AT 12 U.
6o shares Waterworks ComDany ........ 50
2t shares Louisi.nal fe OI,mpany....... 4o
6 shares TeulWonia Ins. (I..............101
$20.000 Prelmum Bonds............... 29
2u.ouo Premium Bonds (S. to July drg.).... 29¼
1.400 U. 5. 4per cent Bonds .......... 1060
1.2 0 Unpaid Sate C.,uons ............... 60s (i
600 Uupaid Stetae C, pus ........ ., 01 1
Privilege on 920,000 Premiums x ' cent.
BOARD AT 1:80 P. M.
so shares .lulaana f'e Company...... 42
as shares F1ators and Traders' lus. Co 10o8
110.000 Premium Bonds .... ....... 29 (
15000 Premium Bonds........... ..... 29' 9
s6.oo Premium Bonds (8 to July drg.).... 29% a
BOARD AT 8 P. M.
80 shares N. 0. OaRllgh' Company...... 79
6 shares N.U. OaellahtoomDany ...... 79% 5
9 shares N. . Casllight oompany...... 79
7 shars Waterw.,rks 0omDan........ 9
,1001. Jackson Bailroad 1set mortgage ....1113
S.000 Premium Bonds...................... 29%
sALES OUTSIDE TEE EXCHANOE.
15 shares Ioul.tana I,.e tompany...... 42
lo shares Loul-lana Ice Oomoany...... 42%
AUCTION SALE.
The following securities were sold at auction
to-day by Messrs. iosy. Macon & O'Connor:
$41.000 Consolidated Bonds (Oroasman).... 32l A4
4.000 Consolidated Bonds (Lewls).......... o A
2.000 C nesolidaed Bonds (Waterman).... 30 I
20 s.ares OCarondelet Canal Navigation
Company............. 9..
130 shares Vallette Dry Dock Company.llo%
NEW YOBRSTOCK MABKET. .
NRw osta. Feb. 2.-The ifollowing b the
closin stock report: Offered.
nsolidated Coal..... ................... 25 C
ulokeilver............«. .....-..... 20~
ulekallver preferred......-..-...... a
iams press ......................10...8%
ellsA ar Expres. ...- :.-- 0..508%
te ts pxpreess ........... .... 473
acfil al ........-.................. 46W
Union Psal.c ....... ..... ........- 90%
arlml...»............«..... ... 176
#t. PawJ pre.d ...e. ..e.d. - 87
nni and........... ..... ... o% L
Louaa Consolse...... .............. 48
oama and--l-. 5
oan am ntrl..................1s2
elaware.l ackawannaa an.estea.. 9" 2'9
aor Centralnno d...... n....... ......... n 2
ana o.................. ................. s
lae Sho and Michlian Southern......... 107
lhnois Gen ex dividend .. ..... «....102%ol
Cleveland tm an d Htbudsogrnteed....g d of
hicago and torthwestrn.............. 93
cago and Northwestern preerredP....... 06 Li
k I-land, .....- .... . .. ..151
Western Union.................. .....114; H
COTTOw.
(Our quotations of Domestic and Fbreign Mar.
keta are from the closing te.erarns, and our Cot
ton staUtita from the New Orleans (oton Ez.
ohange.]
NEW ORLEANS MARKET.
Cotton opened quiet and easier, with sales in
a few instances at .c decline: ruled Quiet and
easy at noon, and closed dull, with buyers and
sellers apart. The movement was confined to
1700 bales, exclusive of 300 yesterday. The
supply was moderate, and the assortment gen
erally Door.
The Cotton Exchange reports sales to-day
2000 bales, including soo00 after S D. m. yesterday
Market dull; buyers and sellers apart. Stained
%@3J o less than white of the same class.
This day
To-day. Yesterday. last wHe .
Low Ordinary..... l% 10% o10
Ordinary ............ 11' 11 1i3,
Good Ordinary....... 11% 11% 11%
Low Middling........ 12% 12% 12%
Middling 12%.... ...... 12X 12% 12%
Good ilng....... 18 183 13
Middling Pair........ 185 139 I12
FUTURES AT THR NEW ORLEANS COTTON
EXCO LANGJ.
Although our future market was irregular
and easier to-day. the sales summed up 7000
bales, against soo yesterday, and what was
remarkable the sales were mostly between calls,
aggregating 4too bales alone between the first
and second calls. comprising the largest single
sales which we have noticed yet--oo0 bales of
October at 11.90 and 2000 bales of November at
11.05.
The inside figures of the following quotations
at the calls are the bidding rates to-day and the
outside figures the asking rates. The bidding
rates at 11 a. m. and 1 D. m. are for the regula
tion of margins:
Bid prices
First call. at 11 a. m. Second call.
January .... -011 68 11 55 -
February .... - @ - - - 8 .
March ....... 12 63(0- 12 63 12.620112 69
A ril ........ 12 738 - 12.73 [email protected] 76
May -........ 12.85l 88 12.85 12 83012.84
June ........ 13.00(0 - 1.00 12 9.0 -
July. ........ 18 [email protected] - 13 03 - 13 10
August ...... 13 050 - 13.05 13.068518.15
LepDtember .. 12.95512.59 12.55 12 5.012 59
October ..... 11.900 - 1190 [email protected]
November .. - - l.65e 11 65 11.618l11.65
December ... 11.515711.64 11.55 11 [email protected] 60
Market ...... Irregular, Easler.
Bidding Third call. Av'ge
price at Olose Close to-day's
1 p. m. to-day. YRrterday. Sales.
Jan....... als, [email protected] ll 55:. -
Feb....... - -5 ®- _
-arth.... 1262 - 4- 12 6upl1269 -
roril..... 12.73 --- 12.75812.80 1265
M.y-..... 12.83 -8- [email protected] 1274
Juue..... 190 --l-- 130401306 1684
July-......1846 -6 - 13.013.16 1300
August.. 13.05 -- t-- .1&10- 18.02.1
SBot1...... 12.50 - - 12 53(12.60 - (
Oct-....... 11. - - 11.96011 98 12,4 1
.lor. . r. t 1 all-Otnb1r 01oo at - 1 .94; Nove1.
berI 6o at total. 600 I bLe.
st Oau--Marh, I00 at i9. e: April, Ioo at
12 70; May.100at1l.2 ; Juan.100 at 12.99. 800 at
18 teptember 100 at 19.64; October. 100 at 11.91,
0 at 11.90; November, 100 at 11.e5; total, 1100
betaeen First and Soond fallt-September, 10
at 12 *Uotober 2000 at 1190; Novenlber, 2000 at
ii 5; total 4100 bales.
econd Call-April. 100 at 12.75; May, 1oo at
12 1: July 200 at 18 o00 total, o400 bale.
(tar Becond Talf-April. 100 at 12.74, 800 at
12, 5 210 at 12.74: May. 100 at 12.83; October 100
at 1t o9; total. 800 bales.
tal b'ales-To-day. 7000 bales. inoluding 50oo
be ween calls: yesterday. 840oo bales, noluding
1 between calls.
DOMESTIC MARKETS,
Market, Bales. MiddNe.
Orleans..Dull ......... ooo 12K
iveton.....Quiet......... 900 12%
bile........Dull.. ......... 280 12%
apnah.....Ener..". 1,2^0 12%
arleston ...Dull............ :oo 12K
Imington. .Quiet.............. 12
rolk ......buyers offering ... 12,1
stwore ....Dull.. ...... 150 18 1.16
w York.....Dull........... 224 18 1.16
ton........Dull.......... 1
Mo phis......ready......... 2,eoo 129
ta ...... Quiet ........ . 805 129
ladel phta .Qui ·t .......... 540 13
S a ls...... Lower tosell.. ..s 129
19,706
NEW YOBK MARKET.
]ot---Dull at yesterday's quotations. The
r.nar saeLs comprised t t.ides, and the de
lJrte an contract 800 bala.
Quotation--Ordinary11 a-O. food Ordinary
,o. Strict God Ordinry 1% Low i d
dlang 12 11-1o0, Ddl Uplans 1511 id
tling Orleans la 816", and Middling Tezas
18 8 16.
t1u2reu-Opened barely steady and ruled the
same at noon and at the close, with sales of 91.000
bales.
To-dar's To-day's Yesterday's
Opening. Olose. Close.
ap Uar.-..121 i- -*- -0
srrptiary.* - u0- - @-- 12.910 -
*Marc....-. 12.869ts.89 19.890'412.91 12 91lP -
Aprll..... 18.108018.11 13 08518.09 13.14213.15
ay. ....... 18 832918.84 18.8,[email protected] 18.ar1 -
une... ..... [email protected] 18,50901..l 18.68 -
JU17y........ [email protected] 1.6ot1U3.61 18.68481,69
Augstl ...... i.69vl 70 , 18.87013.tl8 13.76018.77
September .. 18 21ats.24 [email protected] 18. 948138t
October ... ... 12 54012S 3 12.8401236 12 42012.41
NovembRer. .. 12.([email protected] 12 0201294.1 12 3W9012 10
D"-Umhbr... 12.(60 - 11.96.l11.12 *12 0.12.09
*Latest auotatihus terevious to the oluse.
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
RpoT--Were dull and easier at 1-·1d decline:
7%d lor Middling Uplands and 7' for Mid
ditng 0; .- na. The sales oomorisei 40oo bates.
of whleh a140 were Amerlcan. The receipts com
prised 14,eoo bales, of which 11,100 wete Amer.
10an.
FuTUam-Opened steady; closed barely
steady.
Da.rlnarws-Uplands. any port not below
Low Middlnug. were qnoted as follows: Janu
ary -. Fbruar 7 5.1617!7d. February and
March [email protected] 7-824, March and April 7 9 [email protected]
April and May 714d, Mary and June
7 9 824. June and July 7 5 16d. July and Au
-aust 7%d. August, and S0pternber 7%d, Sieptem.
ber and otohber 7%407 11-82d, Octo,ber and No
vember 6 81 82d, November and December -d,
December -d
HAVBE MARKET.
Flat. Quotations-o franes for Tree Ordinalre
(srot) and 89 for Low Middling (afloat).
DET BOEt'WTe AT UNITED STATWEM POBT8.
.-Thus far-
this last This week
To-day. week. week. last year.
New Orleans .... 7,437 7.487 10.854 4.748
Galveston ...... 9 2 932 1,6ag9 187
Mobtle ......... 171 171 199 1,a08
Bavannah........ 667 607 2.511 391
Charleston....... 782 7 1.11 747
Wilmington... 57 57 71 61
Norfolk ......... 520 826 2,154 1,116
-altimore ....... 60 60 116 226
ew York........ 2,20 . 2206 165 07
Boston......... 336 886 222 799
Philadelphia.. 188 188 29t 80
Various .... ..... .... .... ....
Total........ 18,257 18,257 20,900 10,547
NET RBEEIPTS SINOCE EPThMBEB 1.
Tbls year. Last year.
At oew Orleans ... ......1.248.188 995s,s25
t U. . orts ......... ....4,228,721 8.821.486
EXPORTS FBROM WB ORLEANS SINCE
This year. Last rear.
Great Britain ............... 558.567 o02 828
hannel ................... 6.67 4.816
Franoe..................... 184,758 170.872
Continent ................. 156 662 184,675
Coastwise.................... 169,788 81 68s
Total.................. 10702o 8 844.874
ExPORTS FROM ALL UNITED BTATES
Z POURTSSIMNS BEPTEMBERB 1.
This year. Last year.
Great Britain............1,612.051 1.477,623
rance..................... 259 929 343.392
Continent............. ... 579.675 650.298
Total ....................2,41.658 2.471.218
STOCK AT NEW OBLEANS.
To-day. This day last year.
Total...... ......... 850.86 855,109
On shipboard...... 106.890 160.147
Leaving 1n Dresses 248.976 194.942
STOCK AT ALL UNITED STATES PORTS.
To-day. This day last year.
Total............... 991.07 798278
WORLD'S VISIBLE SUPPLY. I
thew xorK unronloie.i
We copy the following from the blackboards
of the New Orleans Cotton Exohange:j
Total stock- 1880. 1879. 1878.
" Liverool ............. 611.000 516.000 662,000
Lmdon "" ...... 29,655 65800 11.,000
Havre.. ............ 43,670 150.600 23504)
Marseilles............ 1.182 3,000 5.000
Barcelona............ 18.784 19.600 82.a,0
Hamburg ............ .8000 65,00 7,5c0
Bremen............ 19.620 21.000 35,250
- Amsterdam.......... 25 400 42.750 29 7.0
Rotterdam............ 1,002 8,b00 11.250
Artwerp ..... ....... 600 8,500 7.250
Other Oontin'al ports 2.417 6 000 5 500
United States potts.. 965.486 796,900 814.781
SU. S. interior towns. 179,593 104,285 120.672
d Afloat from Europe
for India........... 118.788 1015.000 187.000
d Do. from U. 8........ 610.728 666.55,000 6400
o Do. Egypt and Brasll 46 33 22 o50 42000
U. S. exports to-day. 16,000 18.000 51,000
Total..............,493,235 2.53941 2,747,293
AMEBICAN COTTON INCLUDED IN ABOVE
SBSTATEMENT.
1880. 1879. 1878.
Liverpool stock...... 382 00 390,000 505,000
I Oontlnentalstock .... 103.000 222,0 0 817.o00
Afloat for Europe.... 510,748 65.000 540,000
U. S. stock at. ports... 965.486 7968.908 814,781
U. B. stock, interior... 179.593 104.285 120 512
U. 8. exports to-day.. 160ooo 18 000 51.000
Total ............2,156,807 2.186.191 2,348,293
EAST INDIA. BRAZIL, E CO.. CONTAINED IN
ABOVE.
Liverpool stock....... 129.000 128 000 157.000
London stock ........ 29.675 58 500 11,500
Oontinental stock .... 129.675 88,250 57s,5u
Iudia afloat for Ea
roe ............. 118,768 105,000 187.000
Egypt, Brazil. afloat
for Europe .......... 46.8335 22.000 42,000
Total .............. 836.428 849,750 899.000
RECEIPTS AT UNITED STATES POBTS
FRO4 BSEPTEMBER 1 TO FEBRUARY 28.
We copy the following from the blackboard of
f the New Orleans Cott.n Exchange:
t Year
This year. Last year. before.
New Orleans......1,248,188 995.325 1,166.638
G lveston ......... 411 932 491 867 379,689
Indianola......... 7,368 12.174 6.289
Mblle ............ 322,724 324.966 358,134
Pensacola......... 4 548 21.246
Charleston ....... 411.827 469 846 382 728
Port Royal........ o.o007 10 162 16.4261
Savannah ... .... 677,751 629,120 510,296
Brunswick....... 3.531 14.865 ......
Wilmington....... 72.548 102 167 100.432 I
Norlfolkr.......... 473400 360 228 346 227
City of West Point 151,153 99.750 61 268
Baltimore ......... 14 7683 14.364 18.289
Philadelphia...... 27.259 27,483 20.122
New York......... 160,3824 138,,064 94 3I1 I
Provldence........ 29,951 5 503 5 046
Boston............. 178,57 103,816 885938
Mior ports............. ..... ......
Total ........... 4.223,721 8.821.436 3,542507 I
Balance season.... 621180 713.910
Total season.... 4,442 616 4,26,.417
Corrections....... 8.752 77,773
Overland and
Southern con
sumption ....... 622.787 439 675
Total crops... 5.074,155 4,773.865
PORT REOEIPTS BY MONTH. t
Year a
This Year. Last Y'ar. Before.
September........ 866,837 284,994 98,221 .
October .... ....88. 45 ,368 83s,6so
NIovember ........ .8us 8 778,167 8;7,626
ra y........., St w . t. dsBos,
18.7 1881787
une,.................... I.880 98,185.
-e *.....2..............28.06 40,970
JUlye........ ..... .: 14068 2n0.020
August .................. 18.680 8a o6
Total ......... ...... 4.482.616 4.2.417
RBEOIPTS AT POBTS TO l,088E OF FEB
BUABY INCLUSIVE.
Year
Thie Year. Last Yer. Befnre.
tGulf port...... 1,994.760 1.P46.078 1.900740
Atlantic ports.... 9,228 961 1,975,858 1,6417.7
Total............ 422.721 8.082,486 8,42.s07
SOURCS OF REBOEIPTS AT NEW ORLEANSB.
Red River. Ousohita River.
1879-80. 1878-9. 1879-80. 1878-9.
ebruary......... 82 o92 47,808 81,120 27 85
Previously........ 41 9 66 018 68.528 64.172
To date....... 82,201 18,a8 99,648 92.608
Balance season... .... 81.798 .... 27,918
Total season...... 145.119 .... 119,941
N. 0.. St. L. and C.
Arkansas River. Railroad.
1879-80. 1878-9. 1879-80. 1878-9.
February...... ... 4I a 6 ot 42.7886 4o.79
Previously........ 14 89 7.879 22,281 201u oo
To date....... 18,288 28.421 825,067 24su,06
Balance season... .. 686 .... 84.712
Total season.. . 1o067 .... 51.a8
Miss ssippi River. Total at N. Orleans.
1879-80. 1878-9. 1879-80. 1878-9.
Pebruary.... . 7.442 11.oa 038 18.924 86.0
Previously.... 064.4.9 421.711 1.084 204 759.990
To date ... 721., 41 685,749 1,248.188 998.825
Balance eeason .... 81,510 .... 1789.669
Totalseason..... 617.29 .... 1174.894
Ctton.Ball
Serpool. .-........- 1-8 1d
.avre. » »* c 11.-6o
es . -(.I.- ....1
revel ..... ....... .... .... 18.8
nsta ........... ....e 188 1
O1....a................ [email protected] 163 18-180
nad.............«, ....0 18 110
eork. ....... .. %o .... o0
les o0. Pro.dence Fall
i-ve aod 'hiladelphia,
vial. York . Mc ....t.
-Grainto Oontinentl or . -o6 so .a.s ed
Baltimore via New York.. 11.10 ....u
Oil cake to the United
Kingdom......... ......... [email protected],
Oil cake to Liverp'i 9 ton t96808 26
SugartoNew York. hbd 6so
Molasses bbl.............. oo
kice........................ 50o
SI1eMMI6CIAL.
i[Our quotations represent wholesale prices ex.
sept wh~ ob lots are speolfled.J
TO ISAOO,
1w- Toa oo- BunninP- stook 600 hhd.
,art of which s bheld for lonl delivery and
for shipment; etook on saele 0 hlhds. Market
qiet, Week's sales 81 bhde. Low lugi 34
040 I medium ~4344%c, good and fine 430
sc. Low leaf O6M5o. medium [email protected],. good
and fine 7)408%o, selections 9o100.
Mtasurv aruaw ToaAooo--Autive and firm.
Fine pU 60o00 4 . 5 1, fine medium 5o0
60.. Brht quarters, common sound. 84
0403. Bright navy, 4's and 's. [email protected] Black
sweet [email protected] No. 1- 6's and lo's. dark black
sweet s8s48o. Navy lbs black 84r490, navy 8'
lack 8Iaa86. Fancy styles, natural leaf. 4.l470
0o.1. I.. extra fanu [email protected]
LOUISIANA PRODUCTS.
SuasA-Exhibits a better feeling. Beceipts 170
bhds. Exports none. Stock under the sheds 809o
hhde.
Inferior 6.00o common 6)4. 8o., .ood
common 68%170. fair 7(-c-. Aood fair 7)@07c,
fully fair 7XQ7%'@ . orime -07)60. strictly prime
7%49-O choice [email protected]%o. seconds [email protected] yellow
clarifled 8%[email protected]/ . aray clarified [email protected] off
white --e8)4. choice white --9a. standard
white --"0-.
MoLase.-Dull. Receipts 282 oble. Exports I
none. Stock under the sheds 4466 bbls.
Interior 2la~28'. common loesso 9 gallon
centrifugal ao400o, fair 88987u, prime ,40454.
striotly prime 44547. . choice -60oa, cistern
bottoms 40o68se.
.roa-Is slightly more in request and firmer.
but not quotabry higher. No. 2 4%@4%o, com
mon 810s5o. ordiuary 6434c. fair 6e06%S .
mood 6)8as, prime 61o(* o. choice 74574.
BBEADSTUFFU.
7The following prices are for round lots. Job
lots are 25asoc more per bbl. aooording to quality.]
FLoa-Quilet. Fine It P600. superfine S50
5 874. s e extra S6 5045 62e%. double extra 4
" 75, treble etrs 6 2 87)4. cholce extra 1
16 006 6214. family a6 6s 75. fancy $ 8507.
Coax MaL-Inferior $2 15.2 so . hhl, and
12 a2 so60 for boloe. ooad choice $8 8008 85
.bG rs-Good $12 sc8 1i. choice [email protected] 88as I
"o11t-82 759s8 bbl.
Mrs Fnoua-So [email protected] 75 4 bbL
BGRAIN AND FEEDiSTUPISB.
(Oar quotations are for wholesale lots on the
s landiJng. Dealers Sob at the following advance
from store: .orn .4oper bushel. Oats 204o per
bushel. Bran @ 7)6o per 0oo.and H1ay [email protected] per ton.]
r. Coax Ix Aatms-In fair supply, fair demand
and steady. White [email protected], white mixed 5s8-o,
fellow Ss0690 yellow mixed 57580 l1 bushel.
OAIs-In fair supply. fair demand and firm
at [email protected] 19 bushel.
SBaa--Is in light supply, moderate demand
Sand firm at 8690s 1 owat.
HAr-Ingood supplr, moderate demand and
firm: oboice $270- " ton, prime $22024, ordi
nary [email protected]
BL L OCom-Salable at s51 for mixed 9
bushel, white [email protected], yellow W20680.
BuIE WaHET-None here. Salable at $1 420
1 4r bushel.
10 PBOVIBIONB.
[ Our notations of proasions are for lots at
holesalea. Jobbers' prices are 250500 per bbl
more. and HMe4o higher per lb.]
q Provisions are quiet.
a Poi--812 50012 75 9 bbl for old, and [email protected]
o 18 25 for new.
o Banaxru T BAoox-Ordinary 6~ 07o. choice
o 836090.
S Baoox-Bhoulders 56%5r0o, clear rib sides 7X
@1 @7%e lb. clear sides [email protected]
'2 Dar SMur Maz&s-Looau shoulders 4%@-e.
packed 4Ht04%o. clear rib sides 6'%-c. clear
a sides [email protected]
Ho Has-Oauvased-Ohoice small 10Dl0o)c 9
b medium [email protected]%c, large 909,'o.
t LAD-Befined In tierces 73o,80. refined in
- kegs 8 ,083o. refined In bckeatS [email protected])o.
13 Packers' lard-tierces [email protected]%ic, kegs aMe8eco.
pails [email protected]
* PAcGEs.' Hoo PaonDeor-Prime mesa pork
$11 [email protected] extra prime$1 0011. rum prk $10
O I0so 1 bbl. Spare ribs $7 1 tlerce and o 1 bbt.
o Side ribs $10l10 25 tierce and eso 6 bbl. Pig
0 pork 86750- 1 half bbl and l. btl. Ham esa
ne %@-0 9 b. Plakled pig tongues 404%~
Seapie. Pigs feet $1 60 9 keg. $2 25 firkin,
a2 nd -4t' bbL
SBzr-Western is selling at $10012 75 9 bl.
and 5 9 hallf bbl. Fulton market 8s 60s0 75
9 ha llbbl
SGROCEBIES.
SBurea-Quiet for all grades except choice,
0 which is in fair reque-t. We quo e: West
0 ern creamery. fancy. [email protected]: New Yorl cream
ery. fine. 84085, do prime 27028, do dairy chbice
0 240.5. do dairy fair to good [email protected]; Western
dairy, choice 28024, do fresh Hacked prime 21,
0 do fresh packed, fair to good, 20.
- O.asu-In moderate supply and fair de
g mand. Prime to choice Western 14014%. New
York cream [email protected]
3 OIns-Ooal All -ordinary 190200c gallon in
barrels. [email protected] in cases. Lard oil-No. 1 [email protected]
fall strained e0.o8., winter strained 65975e.
Linseed oil-raw 870880. boiled [email protected] Cotton
seed oil-crude 42044c. refined Sanaoc.
Fxisa-Mackerel--No. 1, bbis -0es so. halves
--4 50o, quarters $-42 45, kts --1 oo0; No. 2
bble $-0650. halves 1--18 67. quarters $1 94 kite
S-9so9: No. 8 large. bbls t4 07. halves S4 07.
quarters $2 18. kite 98o: No. 8 medium. bble 5-s
5 50. halves $-0. o7. quarters [email protected] kite -0
oee, Herrings-No. I, 8009 box. Haddock 95c 9
1 box. Codfish $1lo 9 box. ocaled Herrings
8 ac.
So.P-Laundry-Olive [email protected] ~c 11, German
olive [email protected] family [email protected] palm -0s83.
red castile [email protected] white [email protected] India s.05%c.
St. Bollox 4%04-4c.
Coors--Quiet. Job lots are quoted as fol
lows: Ordinary 14O14rXo 1 lb fair [email protected]
good 16®@1660s. prime 16.0170.
Cargoes-Ordlnary 141$14)6. fair [email protected]%@ 0.
good 16i16Ol . prime 16%@16%.
T.as-Oolongs 9250.e. ormosa 40050c. nug
lish breakfast [email protected] imperials [email protected] .un
powders 00a95c,
SAa,-Stady. Jobbing at [email protected] oa for coarse
and at $1 400l 46 for fine. Tnr's Island 3o085o
9 bush. When delivered drayage is added, .
Table salt 2070 9 pocket, anoording to size.
STAB OAxnDls.-Bhort weights --110 9 b8,
full weights -a lso.
Syaa-as%@s6c.
OOUNTBY PBODUCTS.
rOur iuotaion, represent wholesale prices on
the landing Dealers obtain --2o more per bbl.. 1
and .e6.Mo higher per pound in lots.]
Isa kreaoyaO-a-.-.2 9 bbl. Northern seed
$20225.
watrr Powroso-$1 509 bbl loose, $2 packed.
Omoe-s-Morthern 16 7601,
,F V aT ni`Isans obbtg 6 s
4 al-w son Ir 6 S5 9 bht
for udlano brr ern ohoi . s-- itl
9Ko, estenar sr o sd g-X.
Cow PrNs-In rood demsnd and strlong;
8--)i 8. choice mixed $--1 60, good m0,
8- 01 25, low mixed 8-I 10. Whippoorli-
18% @o.
Poovn-Wee.mn grown obaeker r e eou
9ditoen, y do t , u. s s ..71.
lreere soo . turheye $s14t 16 doen a t
Isna grown ohlekens t8 S648 0o, 7Onu
so,. ducds d 0, se 5m . turis ",
Gs-Westeorn 2.4 r e lsianar Be-Wsrne
Woilat-None in marketj Burry 1,s9 9
tLouisiana clear .eol clear lake 594 Pe 6.
Ooiqrny BHwu-Dull. Green salted
rlnt _ f4Pl soI dry salted 184 I. eýi
ti H1--Dull; 70 b andnup, . 6aiMo
steerand oow bides. so to 703., s y ki
0bo Pr.mo_ : out, scarred.a, gublby I
kn t oips. 7 o 0 n , 766con1.
TALLow --lnood demand. OOtntry s.4
r o5WAX-1309 m 13.
a h-x horns. prime, each -mi6l ow 4a
a t o a lm ihUi T -o le s S o 9 ;s .wl o t oi
l s-Mlo d 9boso 93lb. grey slM 1e no ;
PITTs3/es-, bo steambosats so 9 boxl s ..ol :.
bool, wholtaesalX sea t nO ern rd 00rb ~d ,,s
steamboatsr aril 500 wfO holesal 80.1 a
AlABIA -Praltt n selling at Si 9 toal 1$0, .
reo lns 50bou to tteam no s retll ao
t.ellownJ at M5o i, mont ino llnj
hn60 w ton. a9os n : retaillng at 660cy1 ..
MIMOLLIANNOUII,
NAVnAr Lksta10,act 2 o 9Sblp itTart
*ssu 9b 4i Aut 62g4.8 so 9 bbi. Sltutug,.
y d: 9i[ lb -s12* ba¶'ing twine 1i60--iO
Cor!aTrs- - be Arrow tie 82 0o 9 bud
Sn.ivrTs A XD NuTs - I..tlu orasnge. $ -0 .5
box, Palermo $ r 75 Lermons-.X 9essmin
box. Palermo --eW, Naples Us 0 -8 226, 5 4S
ngs I 44-. OVal ts a " ,lIb, LaYer raisins ylL
oP- 9ni; Laondon laer s eu4 -. PlantanrsU
bunoh. Bananas l¢7 9 bunch. Dates 7io
r. Currants e44 I,. Prunes loo 9 i..
Oltro z 2 l09 Almonde, 19 It Brasl ngt
ii' 9 II. 1Ith..rts 12 u Naulee walnuts le's
French do 12)io. Peanuts 56.n Pecas -416.
uren asso 9 box. )1.ltwea grapes $11 "60412 Its'"
9 hbl.
COBACggs AND Bar.D-Olnger nuts ,o I9 .
sploa" nut XXX on linger bread So. navy breas
4', pitot breard i,4,o ftf'"-h-,ae bead 5o,leon' ';3
naop. 130. glUnger np- XXX 9o, oream bise ltut
-0, Yreuoh blDsunt s 5sie ratknel biseuttl 90,t
Crescent blsultsto lOo, gInger oream bt-otlti-6 ',
ginger jumbles 9, c-mon jemb"hi lie. .SS
sugar e".kes Ieo eagler cakes XXX sO. 155G.
Sluger cakes, 100. gIngetr oaktl'-s XXX 8:. 5es. 7
nerry cakes 11 Iaircn hurwr rcra,,rs -
sodsa crackers XXX 0ic, sortr errackers ;9
', hand sugar OL a.auere XXX 9~t, mllt ..re *ld
XXX 8. nicuao crOieker, to . tutter ereks41et.r
;bmlion trackers 6Ko. wine crackers Io0.,~. s i
cracoers to, picnic or.elters 6I. water erfeh
we".plarl oyster crackers 6)9o and eagtarle .
EA RKULoM BI TULEIIEAPM,
DOMESTIO.
Now Your. Feb. 28.-Southern flour dull I.
heavy' common to fair extra IY 60 6 o40, I
to chboic do o5008. Wheat %0 t lowert olr
Ing rather more steady. with a moderate ra
unaraded $1 8901 47%. Corn onened
afterward stronaer and closed dull and be0
D ungraded 67t8o Oats heavy and about .
lower: No. a 46%@47 Hos quiet and nominal;
yearlings 715a. 0 flee firmer bat quiet lo.
I argoes, 14016. Job lots 14016,
Sugar very stronr; o.lnesd chacked by
ness of holdetrs: nontrifugal 8%@8 8 16, f8 to
I good refining 77%@%, prime 7.: refine
and fairly active; nsandard A [email protected]%. Mol
I more active: rfining [email protected] 7, for so0
New Orleans steady and in uair d.mul. m i
about steady' Carollua 6e17. Turpentine
at47%. Wool unchanged; fair ml ntr. F
ull and unsettled at 1tt87%. Middles
Lard unsettled: cloiel g higher at 7. L
Whisky nominal atst 10o. Freights dull. ae
frm; better inquirv; wet salted New
soletcte 46 to 76, lbs 1~ 0 11. Texas seleoa
80 lbA [email protected]
OnoaCoo, Feb, 28.-Flour nominally
changed. Wheat unsettled and gae
lower* No. 2 Chiusgo spring 81 $.S01 .
Corn dull and ashad" lower' 36%. Oats.d
and unsettled; 81. Dressed hogs 100o owo ;
4 900. Perk active and lower. cosing at 811
L rd 7.1007.10%. Balk meats eay; Shoatde
4 15 short ribs 6e e, clear 66.6, W ky 51.
and unchangedS1 07.
The Drovers' Journal reports: o '
oelpta 16.000, shipments 2700; marke
end weak: mixed packing 14 1004 .0
54 [email protected] o; choice heavy 84 60as 0. a.tte
oeipts 100oo, shlmets 8200u; maret atSrog
for sblonning at *[email protected]: butohers' Int /r Gemý
at $2gn 80; bolls neglected, fully We iowerusuu
last week: sto kers and feed-re' steady at
4 10. Sheep-Shipments 400; quiet an.d..a
changed.
tS. Lours, Feb. 28 -Flour higher for low
arades and fancy; so bid, choice family s..
Wheat lower and stiff ned toward the Gbi
No. 2 red fall $1 26, No. a do si [email protected] 213%
dull and lower at 84%. Oats dull and lowa
a2%. Pork lower; ftt 86012. Lard nomioal at
7. Bulk meats weak and lower; shoulde.a 98.
4.056, ribs 6e0Ue60o, sides [email protected] ]000
lower to sell.
Hoge-Dull: light abhlopinr 4 104 2o;1 ..
ing nominally t4 [email protected] 8o; butchers' to malt.
$4 40.4 50; receipts 19o0; shipments 4800,.a
tle-Dull Wnd unchanged; supply light:
usual Saturday local trade; receipts s00, aSi
ments 1500. Sheep steady and unchanged;
shltmenta 3200
OnrrnwarT. Feb. 28.-Flour steady and lobfi
demand; family $6 15, fanny 6 2.06 7s . weat
stronger and higher at St 82. Corn quiet st 41.
The rule of the Chamber or Commerc, maing
60 pounds a bushel, will take effc.t on the firt
of March. Oats firm and in fair demand at
[email protected] Pork dull, weak and lower at $t117
12. L rd in fair demand at 7 1507 20. 0,li
meats quiet: shoulders 4 6, ribs 6e.0. B30 ,
steady and in fair demand: shoulders 56.rlb
7%. sides 7%. Whisky steady and in fair de
mand at t1 05. Sugar quiet; bards 10010%.
New Orle ts 78C34. Hogs dull: common is
@4 20, light $4 [email protected] 45, packing 54 [email protected] 55, buteh
era' 54 6004 70.
LouzsaviL , Feb. 28.-Flour uanet and un
change"d. Whbeat steady at 51 20. Corn-45,
Oats aquiet at 40o41. Pork-t12 50. Lard weak
er at 7%, Bolk meates quet; shoulders 4
ribs 6%. sides s%. Bacon quiet; shoulders 43
-5. rlhe 7%, sides 7. Sugar-cured hams
10%. Whisky firm at s o0.
Iaz'IMoaBs, Feb. 28.-Oats steady: Boutbher
47948, Western white 4748. do mixed 46046.
Pennsylvania [email protected] Provicions quiet and un
chanaged. OCff e firm and unchanged. Sugar
firmer: A soft 9%. Whisky dull at I1 1040 1 1
Fielghts firm, more active and unchanged.
WzLMnmroxt N. 0., Feb. 28 -Spirits of tur
pentine firm aL $t 17% for strained, eS 2t. for
good strained. Tar term at St t5. Crude rt.r
Dentine steady at $1 55 for hard. 2 5 for yello
dip. Corn qnuiet and unchanged.
REAL IESBTATE TRANSFE.S.
Mrs. E. Sauve and Miss A. Tureaud to Mrs.
M. Trist. a lot with buildings, bounded by
Baronne, Poydra4, Dryades and Lafayette
streets. 23127, s2 666 668.
J. A. Fi;zuatrict to Winm. F. 'tnt. two lots
with buildings, bounded by St. Charles, Jack
son. Josephine and Prytania streets, 82u11.,
P. Donald to R McKe.nze. two lots . ith I-r
provements.bounded by Fulton. Girod, Front.
andl Netre Dame streats. 24x2lt. These, to
gether with some movblies. were sold for $2000.
Win. Malady and Mary B. C.dwell to Ms.,
Mary Malady, a lot with buildings, bound d:by
Dryades. Third, S. Denis and Second. 87z110.
$100O.
Same to same. a lot with buildings, bounded
by Dryades. a.. Denls, ThIrd and pourth
etre'ts. 31x120. $400.
Mrs. 0. Twiereli to Mrs. A. Hnneesya pieee
of lmoroved ground, bounded by St. Charles.
Cilliope. Prytenia and Delord streets, 411145,
$1600.
Dr. Wn. Alex. Greene, Mlse, Sm
Dr. Win. Alex Greene, Macon. Ga., write'
"S * I cheerfully state h..t I have tested
the virtues and efficiency of Colden's Lebib'a
Liquid Extract of Beef in my private praemen
in cases of general debility, weakness, d"vres
sion, dysrpepia,. lose of appetite and nervous
afflictions, when medicine had proven me
tthan useless. I have found it the best remedy
I ever need in chronic alcoholism, when the
stomach is always irritable, and food requlred
to nourish and Invigorate. Sold by sl.d
druggists." _ _ _ al
WEDDING PaszEvs.-If you want to get s
real handsome present,. one that will make the
heart of the happo reeniver bound with delight
jset drop in at Scool, r's. 1 -s Oinal street. ae4
lnspecthld exq ,isite assort ment of jewelry.
The best tonic in the world Is Malakoff Bit
ers. Prize medal ceived athe Paris lEPo
sitlon In 1878.
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