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THE MAKivKT-
»"OTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
»»-York. February IS. VMI.
i«hr» rK«* I| Millfeefi. tow 39
lea;--.
1 •• , -' ;.-• k • i>ki ;.: ;
W flour. VkS».... »• Kice rlitfT. «ack« 4TJ
Horr.m- M
V^-" t,u»>i B2.««|Oownr, |.i«.-s 2.4 4i>
grttSV..?*:::: J8
£*,';• ttu i» it«-iu. wjjj «.7:r.
s£f (canneC). case*. BMA<iiosin oil. bUs
£• ' . ' nirs ¦ ' v " »¦'¦ h btus •¦ • '..'.'.'.'. |i«
"*•••¦ * 1!M li
StmMt^pKr* l..V> U.^.f. l-i!s KM
ScThugl. N->..-. I.'H M, JSS . U.lo. ».
Pita tierces 1.r.26, Skins, btfeg 1«o
-t[i%. Ws JJS "-«"• h*** 3=.' g
:^T:::::::: US«-&S!5~ J2
ESS rasassusSii: I.*" 1
gj g. ..... I.MS >- *¦ ..,. ( W,c- ..... W5
£**1m! poultry. pkg» 3MO Pecan... pkK» S*»
ijvTr ¦••••
ntiTtfk r^xr* ?.<MI». T. hue, •„, i,* M
EELTi,,.,, i-.v- Wine «Pal). pkrs -¦•<¦•
rj^, ' ,k*»... r<>
I
<~A«'T SJB
cr*«#l r&!l* • • •• •"
tiVl^n warrant*.. •'.'"
lit MPT r *« " " ! /. '"'
ril*.^'i^V.V.:*4STH:
SSBfSSfcH 23.
«t. He 5 mixed
o, w , N<. : l il» >•••
¦OTATI.
Flour. Mri*- p»tert*. W 15
Cotton. intnitllnj- »rk-16
Cofce. N.> 7 Kio •'.
t=upar. Kranula'.ed — 8 T-0
M ¦-'..->? fe--, i> X prune 4*
H.tf. fsmily 117-1
I IVer hum* is 75
Tallow, prim* 4 IF If.
Pork, trie**. 14 «*»
Hot:*, «4, 160 rb 7%
i Lard, prime 7 7u
EXPORTS TO-I>AY.
——at htMh ! 1 .. . '¦'. I«S*«8 T»r. bhl».'"; .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. »
2? bus! • ¦ ¦ ¦ i:.n :.:.*> Kitir.ed r«. 8 a15...2.€f««W
$£"¦ bush (..SI Nai-h.hn, s «l« .Vu..
&S 11 ".:::::: INM<. liensine. eal* »<*'
SSn's bush 3.7bS> Residuum, pals f^6.'.«75
ZT'hUs r ... M r-4i! Cottonseed oil. *»!•. 3J1.130
r">ur' sacks . 4Z.***< Lubricating oil. p. ls I5T;<H>
btl *::::: ?lf
TJI-r Vkry ::::: iirSS £5^:EE:t*«5S
• •
m li.- ' .....2.3
gy.:. -.<. .. ;.»¦ u»rd oi: gals
44'""
8 SSS: S: w«s.s«>:arM«.. " TV V' '• r
ajSw tu-i. •*!•
EXPORTS LAST WEEK.
•Hint, bush B»»lj«uaLjttl* «
»§^» nn a r;n^pet:-«;ii;:::: e .^.^
P**» ha.: • ,, 4 v
f"T ' f -. ::::::
¦
«^a' s :::::: Si'::::::: «S
* Wru. ttirp. «i!s . . »¦ s « .MA O.ee,*. rb ftoiflOO
Jtotls. bbJ i.t«ir
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New-York. February IS. 1901.
COFFEr^-Tke coffee r..arket rr.s.te cor.s'-.'.erable rf a
fcuM flou't'l to--d»v and duplijKl m»e eretf) Iran tn
"ibuten throuph the lift. The feature of the <"-ay « •>•-
>n_M was the mctnan as buyer of near months vf
Imminent -c-spper" pcorie who several times in ra«
On thf firtt car. tie feel.ng Avas stetdy. vuh pricM u-.i
rNiW to 5 p^:r.t? higher. Puilns the forenoon specula -
VttiiSa pieSlJ enough, end variations at rnc.-r did M
exceea 5 itoir.ts. But tn the early afternoon urp<.nt buying
orders attif in ar.fl a scare rf room s,horia result.-fl.
l'nc>« alvaneeS If^pls pe.''"» within a'.mnst as many ci:r.
iiief anl f^.r me rest of the ses»;on markeJ t'.rcng'-h »us
BianifeM*'-. throughout the list. At the close the market
was fe-i-ty ani :ict :>ijls po;nti hipber, tevUsJ pan-.al.y
rucuJ under r r cf-t-iaking. The foreign muktt ne«*
n, not fcpecisl'.y interestlnß. anl domestic infl-tnees w*r»
of a ftuilde :\t* >" J most, fpt temund in the street
m*r!:ct m tan-.e during the morning, but K.-sme t.uve
in the afterrxir.. with price* at the close >„c l.^her. to
T^c fir Rio 7* ard 7Sr fur Rio 4s. Total warehouse de
liveries in the Cnttefl Stat.s f>r the week Ju« ended wore
C7.OU> bags, against 173 017 t»c« lart week and C.^us
haps the same week a veer ago, Of the former amount
New-York reported 47. M5 I"***. Santos reit-lpts were
llu<aa> i-.r* far (lie awes as compared with 14&.UU) begs
li»t week and «4.000 bags for the utrne »«-ek a year aa
Rio rece!r>ts ucirreTated '. 11*. bags, against Cl.us) the
bb**l it week and 7S,tKiO f«r th« -am' week a year aso.
nit a!-.:pments to the United States. 26.000 bites for ihe
weak. to t\urop«. 11.000- Santos, ehtpmenu to the United
MM. 154.000 Lao: to Europe. f7.«;v»> bars.
ttt rante of contract prices in the local market to
itr mm as fellows :
Es.t-.ir-
Opening. H ¦<*• Ijrm. Cat. day.
r«bru*ry — — — 5-7555 **> « «'5
M*- 5.70 s.fc» R.7t» f T.Vi'-VN) S»X«
April ...... — — — r.xii. r. »>-• ¦-•
Bty 560 !,.:<{> t.BO fi>-,i<fl.;«t '• 7 <
Ion» — — — r.>:>*fM»ii •' tv
luiy A.*o sJ>s 56» r.,7;
iayir . . — — — .V".«"iiV < .»!'.
ftaMaarber |.M «.<*> k.M t*rp s.s*s fl •>*»
October 5.*K) «.«!.% .'<!«» r.pr.^flim Z.'-l
Koveinber — — — B«otr«.*ls s'»
r«e*mber iit €as «.tt (LMCM.U « '"»
January — — — ej4tr*-3* *X 8
— Ccffee, market »•• '. Oood mr+ny* f anf s,
?MOO. Bectlpts. »i.«mo baps: Muck. 1.144.UUU bari".
Xlarr.hurp — C flee m«rk't oin ti. <\ l» l'fs hipher; ¦ I Mil
|> nl «-s* '* r'g ntt hlcl.er. iialts. 17.<««> bag*. Havre —
Ccfiee tnar^i t oj«ntd ?traily; '« frum- htcrn-r; at 12 m.
advanced W franr; at J» p m, Fte.idy and '* franc M^fcrr;
at S:3O r rr. >. franc lower. Total rales, 2.."«'« i>a<^
Jasuary 4(m¥>' Ja!y r9.2r.
Vebruary Xvr.i; Aupusi SSJk)
SJiirch SS ..'.« HijiHlllim 3350
April ¦ :*7". < >ctgber i--' B*
Hzy n<> ::. November .'.'. .".9 75
June ua.iv. J_>«.i:n;»*r 4u.<*>
r;if>— Coffee reerket rriik. No T Rio. C?l». Kirhante.
'Ull-Si'fl. Iteceipts, f,i>;j4> hdjf. c:<«re<l for the United
f-tstek, 10.f«« bacs; cleared for Eurt I*. 2.uw) btgn; nock,
ii'l.n' 1 bag*.
The etaufttcal position of Urazliian cofTee is a> folIow^:
Ti>-rt->v. EaturJuy. La«t v.c« k.
New-Trrlt rte!iv<Tles 12 .<•'* 14.15H 7>:i
J'a:;imor»- t»liverie» . . : 2*> BSJ 1.1- •
New-O'!ear.s deliveries.. *¦•'
Tot.l eeliv-etes 12.H-3 IS 127 'J-52!
New Ycrk etock r:OCh3 :»2.T44 4M «.M
£¦'I—ol* tlo-k .... 24 70rt ES.ISI
N't»-<»rie«ns tt.Vk _^fj^" 4 "-' iuS
ftf>-k ut an ports "cTo.Tr? <us.ico v* Me
/J.^l «%.U>« 421.U1W <>«.""¦*
vif.bi* surely 1.110.T77 i7«i.ic ,•s^*2
Earns tin.. l»M IMWC I.MO.Mi 1.2.4.452
COTTON— Frter.rts of cotton had a try*** day cm
•Chanf*. while the »«»rs scored euctt-M-os the ««jJ cf
•'hich have r.ct l*en u^eti in n.«.y »w.s. Tt te.ttur*
ef the cay* BPNtttaM w«»s tl.- liquidation cfM Iw.i
ln . ß by thoroughly dlsheertened lone* end the p*»*J*l**J*l
filing of ne*r nonths by the bear interest tn «euer«i.
rronTtVe start operstlons were conducted en » ii I*™'1 *™'
eeale. with n«sent crop options receiving the *>"•»«*
attention. The early ifncliih tables were Tr.uch better
than looked for. while receipts at the ports l>rox eO it • i*
harely htUf th..-« for **me (Uy a year ac>. Tl.ere vere a
tew buying oniers fur Murcli nr.d May In WlW* ?««
in on tie Uieory tl*t a refcctlm from the break of last
we* k «... m order. The ir.atket oiitned steady ******
with natr months T points hither to unchanged and lar
r:onth» unchanged to 1 i^lnt lower. TUe •iabl!.t> »v*
of brief duration, a* soon after the call great blucki 1 «f
March cotton came nut hurriedly, which parted «'•"»•
,''.,.. .'"..* and July. . General string on a i*>ge
teal* was eooti in rsree. and under this pressure V™**
crumbled raplflly. ' Uverpool opposed the wiAkr.'-ss
? c " a time, but subsequently ' conformed la ::.. I'*^
tXTirtt and closed well own to iht fitures cumnt fti-t
ur<J»y nooi; there At midday prices had recovered «ame
ea prcf.t takiOK iv pit shorts, but l«ter the market ac*in
turoefl week uncer a n*»n fimrt of general seilirur aua
the shsecce or demand of any character. The ~.imaje.
for u>-murrow'k re»*lj.U *t leading n>int» were in *o
coroance with f.ii.-iu. tCeaa. and rpot markets also
atiiaait. a* tzi'e'-tfd. R-.ini^rs that Neill would t»-raor
ro ( i.s*u« » UilUsli circular, la which he would a**in
ewlmite the crut» «? 8 "..o.twrt .alas m_imum. failed to
rroducs ar.y rnhrked effect ution the trade, Mr. N<-1.l
being regarisd a* far out of the way In his Ideas as vo
tiis vii and the tltuat'on In #ren*ral. Gloociy cotton
e«*!» and Arypn^A* markets |u»WHI helped t« create
r^Jaflice sraiuet the market, us ¦ «d the heaviness '•' Vu
au.ck iWirktl. Wire tnd t.o:ni:.ies.i.n liouse* were liberal
•».iers 1.:! through the decline. Kurop* bought at the
*v»i; but later became a near month heller. Th* market
clouj barely sifcady. with j.rices net 3 to 12 points luwer.
Tl* ranr* of contract prices in the local mar kit to-day
• v a? follows:
¦¦kg*
Optn'n*. H'.rh. l.ow. tTlnr*. day.
r»'ruary ..^ t>.w< k»» •.*• fc.^»'as.b2 h.'J2
gggggf. .' .. !»<** *»¦«"• •»-b2 b.M'J— h.'JC
•Si . , ...-•:!'• h.KCaS.SS K.i"«
ilty ... .. . »<I2 t>.*<2 *• K> >¦ •¦•¦-¦ - M '¦ "2
I __ lr ..*. ' ..... ...».<Vi .... ... B '¦»
Ju;y .... t».>M> «».<«• 5.03 »".'..<.* :•« '">l
August ti.r.l »>«7 »¦ •'¦ ••ii»4i>.«)l h.C7
Mrwnhcr . h-21 '••22 '.:ii h.V>v*-ZS *> X'
O*t.t>*r .7 :•'. few* «.«5 7.15.i 7.i<« ~;M
Pits»ia*i Tt< 7.93 7.;>'t -v,r, »». 7. ¥
Ifiofr.L-..- 7.bh 7.6S 7.sb 7-M«7.h5 S.**
Vaot eottos <"i«i»e<s quirt, with quotations J l«r lower,
"a tlie ha«is of ii 5-l<'.-.- f-r mtd>lltng upland anl •• i«c
f*r (siddllng Gulf. Pales, 400 baiea. bouthtrn afit-t ni«r
•M* were i^iasriaohea •* follows: New-Orleans quiet and
•*•». unchanged at v%e; Slublle, quiet and unchanged at
•r. «avaar.rh quiet enfl eaty, 1 I"- lower, «t Vie;
?""•(••tor., quiet »nd cuny, unchanged, at *l-lCc; Wll-
Mlcnon firm 'he lower, at J* : N-)rfolk, dull, unchanged,
«t J»we; naltlmor*, nominal He higher, at U%e; Augusta.
4<>tet. unchanged, at U 3-16 c: fit, Louis, tiui:. unchanged.
*l '.'» Si Ustimaied receipts 10-inoirow e.t Ne»-Urleant>
•J* 7..y»> jr. >•.£.«> ii .). aaaM M '.»;*>> bale* a week ac .
J*" 11.(14 hales last war. A Houston, T.SQO to <¦.:.<*>
*ai»a. a* compared with lu.SMi UK* last week m.A >.>lii
¦**•» Is*' yntu
Repripts ai th« ports and imerlor |>n|nts to-day, cmn
**»•* Hi'h tli* earn* day last week and la#t aaar;
Last latst Present
A Ports— To-«iay. w«e|i year Hock.
<>»lv .irjn . *>:¦¦', 4.630 B.7Ki> 1«».18»
2*-Or»eaa* (JUS *.&»4 11*4* 357.«<»8
ob "» 1.«55» I.M 2.»S* 26.074
1 J^ v »nnah b.IM 4.T28 H»7 SiM.auS
l>.tr.*»toa 787 140 2.017 ».447
2J"«»«tna 624 ROft jH 8.141
»;oncl'« Mf.4 fIM 2.0C7 23,€3«
«»lUmore _— . 767 3 2:9 10 c 25
BfiST** *v 18* 7 = it«.«ii
if' 1 *? S2B 825 «KS - —
: £'»«*!«,,» ;:::: .... 3 , isi «-«
w#rtoj^ 8.117 fI.VXS w.677
T««l«T ««l« „ ttJKI 2T»* «l.rt* *€2.7 C»
1 .lteflnf ¦ |
Augusta ........... . S6B 1 TOT I*4l ao»0 '¦ 1
¦ ¦¦ajlis I.tBS 2 22» 'lM 111>1S ' l
M. l,.i;i» *» IS; l»i« 74 "75 !
'in .n: (.17 313 2^2 7 517 . ,
HouMoa 4.S:> « 413 4.31W IS«.'.C2 ] ;
Cotton Hxchawse special Uverpool cables — Spot cotton i i
In moderate demand; .- Is* - '»•> bale*. speculation and | I
export. :-»i. Atn.-rl«an. 7 <•.. Becfipts, lj,"m bales; '. I
Am.rtrai lS.urt; miJi'.lng upland, i 11-32 d. Future*
«.;>*-ned quift una 1 jx.ir.t lower. Closed -tea ij and not un- 1
<-h;ingwl to '» H'ltit luwer. February. 3 l«t F«-bru»r>-- ' <
Slur.h. i.U'tjlSl.; March- Apnl. I. lib; A^nl-May. llWr. 1
May June. Sii7 : ;b: Jur>. -July. S.<A4b: July-Au<u*t. . 1
T.'a4t.; AU£j.-t-S(jt.mr«r. 4..'-44b; asaaaashar 1 m c. ' <
4.:.4 ; rt.; o>t..b»r « o c. (JOr: November- December. 4.26 v. j t
KI^UII ANl> MEAL.— Holder* ut flour were attain di»- i I
curaped by « *h,irp rt«-llne in the wheat n^rk^t. buj^r* 1 I
g-'a*r»lly witlnravlng and sharp eoncewion* necessary : <
10 do ar.v t.tifirvs «'liatrvcr. The unoertone al the o'.o*e : J
«»« ««-*ik. .-!>'ir.c pa'ent# were quoted at *l&s4 .<". »ln- ' 1
trr strai^-!i's. S3 4' »i<:t 50; Mjr.'er fiatents. f3 «t>tjf4; iT>rtn«
clears, - ¦•.<"2.' rxira No 1 winter, S2 7tKjs2bS: extra ! 1
... wililri, >. ¦.•.!». no grade. M- <Ji'j Jiy .V". »pot t I
and t> »rrlve ULCKWHEAT FL/>l'R— 10«$2 1" ' '
XVI. FtOl'R— Cs*y. Qu. ted: Fair to good. *2 M*t> ' '
M 15; choice to fancy. CSMtlt COHNMEAL. — | '
Quiet. v»i>t-d: Kiln dried. *2 35tJ2 40, as to bran 1 , '
UA«i Ml-: Air— DuiL Qvioted: Fine white and ye.low. SI. i
coarse. !«.wj^l<- FEEl>— Steady. Quoted: Spring bran. ' '
*l>ot, »li. 7:. i»l7. sal*! to arrive. >»j ft. »:T ST-ijIl" M; j 1
fj.rjnr braa. bulk. H»i **r»l«S«. coarve wltit^r bran, i '
fl«7:.ef!9: city t-ran. »17 r->«oSl*«; eAmraeal. 525; linseed i '
011 c«ke, $27 7." . »^rn oil cake. Sl». hotalny chop. $17 &O; ¦ '
oil meal. :••> 2fi J
t!KAIN— WHfIAT- tT*i — imgiT*J to th* bull* In Its | '
early developments, the wheat market after midday turned | <
fi.arp nbout an.l wound up the weosion with a heaviness ;
of undertone thai promoted cotindent rhort selling and , '
considerable unloauing on the part of early buyers. Thi» 1 ¦
fu.ldcn chenpe of front rime about pertly as the re»ult ! !
nf unexpected hea\-inr»s it: aan and to tome extent | .
becaus*. of a ' .;-.:! tlnr expert demand. Sentlraer.t ,
«!>• liuUiFh throughmit the early forenoon, hut swung j -
iiruu!<i t.< the i.« a r s.,i t - on the late reaction. Speculative ,
trartr did n>t ret far away from dM local element, which ,
fact el«o rnnti'ibutwl t > the late heaviness. New* of th* ,
ilay «d* of eufficient lrrepulartty to puzzle the trade (
fnnii-wliat, being ai*>ut equally diviJed on both side*.
l-:T^»ect;.tl ns were realized in the visible supply decrease J ,
• f M2.<iort bush and in the earlier increase .if 3.520.<VK> 1 ,
bush in the quantity en lJ^^«»^Je. but world* shipments | .
were ,I:r!ru!t to plai-e. fe <•*•. tal Exchanre figure* making ; ,
thfra I.2i«'.ini«» l>u P h mt.re thsn tr.e r>revi .us week. ¦alt 1
th* Itri>>mt.all t^tal was n ni'llion .-". !r*i. than the 1.,
week I^-fcr-. Tne |-::>c:ish decreased 4«n.Sr«> bush. 1 j
Fureisn n:arl»ets. rln^Uig b« fore news of our afternoon I j
l>r.>ak had reached tn^m. retiecte.l more or le*» steadiness. '
llntiifh f«turv» tho»lrg '.JiS'l net advano- and Berjli ;
•afii** maik r»*. I'.udbprsi. rH>we\er. »•»» 3 potnt* I>»er. . •
Pari* and Antwerp mark. - vcere clo?ed. It was reported 1
by Uro.mi'.a'l that navigation on the Danube had re- 1
opened ar..l that the i>V.i.-:i artvani^e had b*ea efft-cte-1
by a decresi* . f C'i»».oiii» bush in the Liverpool stocks for 1
the »r<k. Xnrthwet't r«eij.ts amounted to 4t*l car*, of 1
.... -iS* car* i-ane in at VinneariM;". t»i*t Monday
thf ¦rriva'.i' »•»¦«¦ «5W '-are. and I VIU Hi 7^5 cars. ,
J'rirr.ary rr<«ipts fer the day aggregated •*•>»' bush, '
<.irr.;.ar.-d with !>l4.rtm bui»\i • year alto. In the l<val
st-K-k if wheat a de^r^-sc r f 4:;7.«mh> »» u -h tippearfd. while ;
tht •BTCtr' •» xx ' 1 2 r «*! increas^.i 12.3fw» bush. The export <
I u»-in-»-s lr.ciuded 1 lead Ht New-Tctit and » loaflt at
o'ju>orts. Cuotation* of c*rh *:.»«• fob afloat baalf,
wrre a* fo'.lo»-f: \a 1 hard. Puluth. »V; old No 1 .
Northern, l»u!uth. v ¦«-. No 1 Northern. Duluih. M'sc. ; ,
to arrive; Nj 2 N on ! . *n». i'M<"ag^. f*4^c: No 2 red. New- •
York. M» l »c, •t-.n; N . 2 -el. New-York. t*% afloat; • ,
X.; 2 hard, i^h'oago. v.>- - spot; v .-. 2 hard. New -York.
hU T »c tX)liN — A r.urnb'r of surprises «ere a' to fur
nished by «he corn market yesterday. A« In the ease :
of -wheat, bull conditjun* prevailed thmuKhout the early 1
part of the day. while after mislay affiir* aw: me 3. at :
W«rishneMi of undei-top.» yulte a* de.-« as had been !
th* early ?trenrth. if not nor* •* It «as not apparent
that ti;e lute r-ollap** in ;>!i ¦•¦•- «&s t! c re-u'.t of k,nythir.c
more than «n ae*rr**«iiv* attack by the •ir cromd i-
Cl:i.-ak>>. catchiinc «l« market ac a time v hen bull* il—lf 1 :
to bt .ft tne!' guard, >rr.a,' holders were forc<kl to un- :
load on the break, and. altogether, quite a respectable
decline t.vjk p 1 "'*. ls*t pri<"es at Nem--York showing We
net decline. N*ws t!lectiji»r he market uai pretty much
the same as It had tx-en f-'-r the last h^.'k or a* There
was talk of continued smail cnuntrj offenr.gs and urtf*t
if?3rt. rr grrdmg. whrie Maboar.l clearances rearnt-d a !
fair f-.ial *r\ a rnglish msrk-ts rarr.» '.* •»¦!» ¦! net higher. ¦
On the other hand. th» exp-r-t ¦ isiw— » nt only 12 leads.
f~ce'-h»-r wu!) an ir.^jvafe c>? 1.445 •«¦• bu-h :c the quan- :
t::y on pssfar*. ter.d»l t-> aid bear operations throughout
the »es*R.n. Visible supply figure* ;i. rfas«2 S»v"i.oi«> bush,
while the locs] stock at New- York *eer«ate<i 610.m0 bush |
ani! the supply of Nu - ccm lr>« 2 W"O bush. At the clo*i» :
No - cum was quoted i'iHc *>vttor ani 474 c fob afloat; '
No 2 white. 47. 'sc No ! yf ¦ » 47 . ¦ b-vh fob
&f! r- at OATS— 1" • local market for oau was quiet '
and rather easy. In sympathy with e>ra. Tn* visible sup
r.ly laorea^f^s ¦-¦•• Lueh. but the Nem-Vork stock 0*
cr*«se(l !#>.N»» l>u»h. \. 2 "««s rl«»f>4 *>4c: No 1 oats.
3't."; N' I white, Me, No S white S24c: in ¦ mixed
S«' o S4'j'-; >ra.-k wl te. 3140354 c: No ! wh:te clips!
S3'«t>UT.4c RYK— Market steady; So 1 Western
Quoted fii'jr; No 2 Wester-. *l<- both fob afloat. State
rye. f,65r.70 BARL£V— • quiet: feeding was
quoted ibjiMc, t i ' New-York; malting. «br, t 1 i New -
York
Nrw-TORK ruicrs
S»tur- :
Wheat: Orerslnr. High. lx»». Clo*e. day.
March . . l»1 7<«'t 7» 7» 7?' 4 .
May Ml li. M*» T«»-l« 7*», V'
July If**) 7*', Tt'H 794 734
Corn:
Verch — — — — «4
May ...... 47 474 *". 4« 454 .
July * '. 4* 4^'. 4.'.'* 4.%^
L*r3:
rebrutrr •— — — 17 70 —
omcago TRICES.
Wheat:
TVbruary 73 11-14 73 lt-1* 784 73V, TS'i !
March 74 : » 74». 73S 73\ 74
May 7:.'. 7--. 7% 7^ 73 -.
. Cetm:
February — — — 3U 1 , S»
March 3?'*. 4'-S B»'i »4 S»4 '
May 41. 41 \ 4»3-l* 40", 41V
Cats:
February ....... 24 11-:« 54 IS-1« 24 5-19 24H 24% '
May „ r>»» S*\ 25. 2?'» 25V
lArd:
May .. 47-, $7 47-, 17 42\* »7 424 »TH',
July _____ 757* ,
Ribs:
Mar 707>4 T<*7'- 7 «2H 7«2^ T »
Perk.:
I May . 1407>* 1*074 li<V> It ©2H 14 13
Recei;-ts of .hre*4stuf?s at Interior points 1" th«us»nSs,
Jatt three hew <000) omitted, flour «*•* rraln Mirh. .*•
ft— «v«:
FtoHr. Wheat. Com. Oats. Rye Barley.
I <>.irapo 12 4* 2««7 JO* I 34 :
; Milwaukee 41* ft 2-1 1 r"
! Minneapolis — 4»l 14« 71 13 ••
I Ituluth .... — .2 7* - — —
Bt L#--u.» .... 11 .%.% I*l 1"2 — — ,
Kansas Oty - :«'J 79 :w — — i
Toledo ... — • 23 ft 1 —
I IVtrolt 1 1 4 it* — —
lVoria — 2 121 «• — —
Total* ..... M «»5 «11 €W 1» -.«•
Chli rr.ents fr.>ra there polr.t*:
Cl.lca-iro .. 29 M Wl 13 — •.
M..u...k. - 4 1 1 „ — — .
.•¦nn—jiolla » » II •¦ — »|
l-uluth — * — — — — •
Bt, l,ju:» 11 4* 7" ~t — — - ;
Kansas Cta — 44 ft 7 — — ,
iol^io ....... — - 72 £2 — —
1 etn.it 1 — - J — —
IVorta — l 7» Zi
; To:els -• m "r«2 2r« ~^ 11 ;
Rcrtirtc at Atlantic parti:
New-York . . ;.. n 119 *•'-• 15 — j
Uoston 3 ** *« 14 — — 1
r_la-dt—te * in .->7 1 — —
Haltim...^ 21 K. -J«f, 4 — —
New-Orleans 1 •-.- 75 * — — ;
GaJ\e»t'Tl — «•'• -' — — — !
Totals ft* 17* Mfl m 15 — j
!.\;.' .¦: t Jioin Atlantic iv.rts.
K«wvTet_ : i 10» V..H IS* « is!
H*l.,n k >» . 4.. -- —
I-h:iadeU<hia ... — 7 12 — - j
Uiiliimore « !?'. Iga — — «-]
\i-»i<n News ... — — m 13 — —
New-Orleans 3 24 17:< 1 — —
U.-l • Citvll — •*" — -- — — t
Totals 5* .»7 SIS 1*; 1 aj I
METALS !.i)*;nr.-» in tin In the lucal meta.l market j
wus again fairly active 19 a *|«< ulatlv* way. »u:i ths '
ff-ellng quite firm at un advance of ab m \, points. The I
etrrnglh v.at due in pan to favorable information from |
!-¦ n.i..n -And Hie large ehipments from this country. 1
PtoftbCf advance. . *•' » . er, a* arrested by rxp-wtatton*
cf lieav-y arrivkls ot tir within tiie next —ii Th«
c-lnre here was r.rm at f27'.i*i7 iv, while at London final
I'rt'-e» were CUB 1<» fur -It The rest of the ren- :
! eral list a4*p*ay«4 little, if any. important developments,
j with trading chiefly uf a hand to mouth character. C»p- !
1 |*r r.-tt.«!! « lti a somewhat nominal cundiUun, . 1 «lnir at '
$17 fur l^»ke !-at>eri.r and $l*<2»s for casllrg and elec
trolytic I>ead. taiurh not t»b!> lower, had an easy 1
] undertone, as the result of degression at Ixmdun. where >
prices clu««d at ill I7> «4. and the itirreare In pteeent
¦Moka here. Tte vloee was dull s»t $4&74- «pelt< ruled '
quirt at f3 fl7*r'.s4 *<&. while, domestic Iron markets ex
hibited a weak um>rtene. but ;.rt<-H», however, remain ¦
practically utic*ar!g+d at i*l<>.V) far nig Iron war- '
raws: Northern foundry. ;ise?lo •><. ¦esiUiern foundry- !
514 50CJJ5 73. ar.d «<ft Southern, l.Vf ri.*. 75. At c.i\- !
a » tlie cl»«. Bra* at I** 74 and at Mid<H»»bor<i 4(is 7'» l. 1
M'»I.A«SSF..-: AM) SYRL'PS— A slightly better exr->rt
d>r.nr.: for ••aaeatJ* ijuality af ***teaa*a «as th r:ily !
I>r.irr.lrent f-wiur* to-day. lie market holds <;utte f.rru i
ut fully «ustaint.d |.n<«-» Syrups were uncr.anred. Quo- '
tatUmii follow: New .>r)enn- eentrifutra!. common r***
ISe; fair. 14i!l»c: jwl. 17»22c. i-rime. 223**; New- i
' Orleans, ojiea kettle. 271»4<«r: Porto Rico. rig4n<-: syrur.s. I
common. lMil«r 'air. 17Bl*c: good. l»#)20<': prime, 21ti ''
54c: frtiT. SS4»2Te.
OCEAN FREIGHTS — The market for all ¦ !as*ea of rail I
tMtOMBS **<• exceeiiincly auiet to-day, {lataa wer* un
i-hutirfd. Steamers **** In very limited request, t:. :
rate* were weak and unsettled. Quo'.etiws t.. Liver»-il i
were iHd: t.-'.^'n 24«: Cla»go»-. 2>i<s; UrUtol. 31;
L*i:l.. S4d: Hull. 3d: Newcastle. 3>ietl4a: Antwerp. !
24d: Ilumburg. 40 rfgs; Rotter(!«m. «c; Amsterdam. Cc; :
cotton to IJverpoot per 100 Tb. 14c; U3n«on. Gata. Is U :
<~HAKTI-iRS-h!'.tisri steamer, 2.SIS tons. reneral ,
cargo, hence to China and Japan, berthed March; British .
steamer. 2.533 tons, lime charter, Australia to I'nlted :
Ktates. 7* «W: Hrltlsh steamer. S.7»io ions, rereral certo. .
hrni* to South Atrica. berthed February-; Uritlfh ete«n»r.
IM5t. m I.— ieral cargo. Virginia to Rotterdam, berthed i
Kehrrur*-; S:»vi>>i steamer. 1,h04 tons, reneral cargo
hence to Rantander rr Hilhr.a. private terms. March: '
Hrit'.sh »ie«u;ier 1.5*3 tot*, timber. Mobile to Hull or
Tm c J<^s V.: ' nrltish rteamer. l.*t»» ton«. fruit, etc. :
Sicily to I.'nJted States, £1 s«t. February -March; Nor
wegian steamer. 2,2ffi> toes, sugar. ('ard'nas to aortb of i
Hatttras. private tern:»: Hrttlsh st.»n.»r. 1.757 tons. coal. '
Baltimore to 6t John's. N F, private terms: bark, 659 tmm. ;
«"d scliooaer. 412 tons, sugar. Macorls to Xew-York. $2 7.'
and port ch*t«. » schooner. t§4 tons, *ogar. Azaa •« New '
Y.-.rk $2 >C' 4 and port charge*. schooner. 553 tons, coal. ;
rial l im"t» > to t'aru*. private terms; Kchooner. 471 tons. 1
»mtth tide of Cuba to north cf Hatteras. 12:: schoener.
1 OL-2 tens, ih<*phate rock. Tampa to Baltimore, private
.ibis schooner. SIS tons, Gov*ra*nent stay**. b*ao* 1
to Dry Tcrtugas. private terms: sctiooner. 517 tons. '
coal Tort RaaStnc to Jacksonville. $1. acb-.oner.
44b toes, Perth Amboy to Jacfeaoavill*. prlvat* terms; J
*,h<oner' 059 tors, coal Norfolk to Charlesteri, private
terms': acbooaer, l.<>7«> ton*, coal. Baitiir.r-* it Savannah.
>-;U(- erhooner. US tons, rii:.o. Baltlmor* to Savannah.
•It ate term*: schooner. 490 tons, guano. Baltimore to
Wilrr.inta-cn. -. C. private terms; ahlp. «o.<«jo cms petro
leum hence f> T*ln'an. 27e. March-April: Prltl«h steamer. ;
1.774* tons, reneral cargo. Gulf to t'nltad Kingdom or !
Corttnent. 14s 3d. March.
OILS— Tie cottoni-eed oil market had a weaker ton* :
.*terd*v. ana was inclined toward a lower basis, through !
m rnce of rood orders from local or outride paints '
I 'rime aiunniar jellow wa* ofteraw at 284 c. with Ac th*
l*f I •¦ * i-etroleum rajaa nIM. but .'.rtn and higher. Un-'
reed "11 r**a*tas dull a&d faatanliai l'sirelrum. hbto.
*7 «J5 in* in l>ula. $5 40; ITiila3e!phla. bbl». IT w. ar.i in
bulk'tsis- rer-.rd. ea»e». New- York, •». Cottaa***d oil—
ITinie cruie. bbl. 27c; prime ..sair y»Uow. 21»8264e:
runnier yellow. 2&e: prime white, 14#«5c prime win
ter yellow. SSWCMc. Llaissl farlfaa raw, «Te; do
boll*. «c: CilcvUa raw. Hk: Western linceed quote! 2e
under rtty brands. Lard ©11. «t*4c
'ItOVlßiON«—Tba m*rk*t ria*t*4 »k«M 10 pslil* m
!ard in Cfcicera. with ' arriajsalHigjaoUa* la ether prod
uct*, due to b.v hr*r recrir.tt at all w**t*fw potau aad the
tare decline In com. Chicara ovarran tb* •aumat** la
it* receipts, which «g«rasata« «• uft» with ».000 expected '
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. Tl ESDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1001.
cm Tuesiay. Kansas City had ©.000 aad Ocaaha §.000. At
all Western points the arrival* were aS.OOO. Cash "Jo
U. the local market was 10 point* lower and «th*r P"? 3
uct« about unchanged from Saturday, except ttllow. wwen
?homed a stronger undertone 1-ORK— Jy. V»o'. r
11- • $13 7I£t II 5«.; family. SISfMSSO: i-bort clear. Sl4 75
«j«l.. :-> . BEEF— Quiet, ted: Mesa. S**o*» 60. t.xznl~
1>- Sll(k>'.Sl2 pack**. fl08tlu&0: extra India roes*, /'*
esl« . BEEF HAMS— Nominal. Quoted: $1* 8OOS1».
I>KKS.-Kl' HOG*— Easy. Cuoted: li*cona. 7>i»c; ISO
Tb. 7'» c: 160 ft. 7S. , 140 rb. 7Hc: pigs, 7Ti350.. .. ...
<"l"T MEATS— Plikl-i I*lll** steady. Quoted: £n>'iEin?.
J»4c; lv ft. s»«e; 12 ft. ••<•: II ft. 71»07*»c.7 l »O7*»c. Pickled
thouldera rirm: quoted at «3*V. PlckleJ hams et^ly;
quoted at »9«4c .TAlXeiW— F.rmer. City. 4T.£3c:
country. .Vg-.*» LAUD — Weak; quoted at 7. it* City
lard easy; quoted it 7.85 c Refined lard quiet. Quoted:
South America 6.73 c; Continent, 7»c. Brazil kegs. » ;«^
Compound dull. Quoted: City. IHftSc; Western. 64tT
ftSc .. STEARINE— Steady. Quoted: Oleo, ">*e, city
lard eteanne. 7"«8S<;. , *
RICE — The rrarket far rlee was very quiet, but steady.
«wln»r to the light supply on hand. Pr.ees at the clf»*.
however, were as before quoted. Quotations follow: po
me»t!c. eorr.njon to low fair. S l «tf4c: fair to good. 3 T »S
*:' rrlme to choice. 34ff5Sc: head. SUC^Hc: Patn*.
4SBSUC: Japan 4\3f.c Java, 4V,O4*«c; Rangoon In
bond. - -i2;. -
srOAß—Verj- little Interest was manifested in the re
fined rurar market tr>-day. A hand to mouth business
prevailed and ortres %ere unchanged. Quotations teOvmS
Cut loaf, crushed and dominoes, *•; mould A. *M*',
«Tibes. 3.75 c. XXXX powdered. 5.Gc; powdered, coarse
rowd-red and fruit powdered. ;>.C'k: Eagle confectioners
irranulated. 5.73e; Eagle coare* and extra tine aranulat d.
6«»tc: Eagle 2 Tb cartons. 2 ft bag* and 5 ft bi«s if one
granulated. :. aY : Earle fine granulated, standard cranu
lated ant diamond A. ft..V>c; confectioner*" A. &.SUr: No 1.
.'. ISc No* 2 and 3. 5. 10 c: No 4. 3.03 c; No 5. .V-. No 6.
4.U5c; No 7. 4<„ No ". 4.75 c: No ». *.'<*. No 10. 4 He:
No 11. 4 ••?- No* 12 and II 4 -V... So* 14. 15 and
M. 4..V»c. CaM- advio* nponed a dull end rather easier
r**t bugar market. prii-eo d»-cl!ning •»(! on the future op
tion, while the near deliver?- Cirure was barely maintained.
February at in 3d anl March at Os 3d. The local raw
•urar nituatian was almost enirely estttote of n~w feat
ure. Ofr««injE» continue light ar.d the feellnir remains
Quite s-tea/lv at 4'4C f^-r ctntrifu^al. ¦*? / " for miifltvvA-ls
and 34c for molasses «unt. . .
— Some three lot* of tea change*! hands in to-day a
market; truly a email bufcinecs, yet the largeot of recent
time*. May foid at 13..VV-; June. 13.C«o: July. l*.«*c.
Th« opening tone was steady, with prWs- 1 ( > po'nts i •*¦ r
t.. 2i» points higher, and remained unchanged during the
«»»l:.n. Spot Japan was quoted U'tc ?f>r No ** Th»»
closing price* of futures follow: February. 13.3t«313..W;
March. U.a»«Ua»r: April. r:»""l.;.-. ": May. .:« *•••(
IS.«V. June. IS 5<T313.7<»c: July i3..V>513.71h-: August.
!3.«ofJi:; :¦> September, i:;5...,i», . «»c-toNr. r.>ijH-;
November. 1.1.MM(14 1«V; December. Wit 14. _•>.•: January.
11814. 3<"x-. The market closed steady in ton*.
NAVAL STORES.
T'e market fr>r »r>lr!ts turpentine ruled a shade firmer
?o-.lay in Fympkthy »iih a higher market st Havannah.
Trading, aowevev. >...• only of modente volume. I!o5lr»
was ouict anl tar firm. We quote:
TAB- Ilerulart. *2: O.> oil. bbl*, S4
snr.ijs TIKPKNTINE 4<« 1 »'••¦•
K'>SlN' Common to tfood strained, «5; E. $173: F.
$1 m. .;. $1 S3 It. »l S« I. 11*3; K. $-'•«: M. $2 15; N.
tiT.%. W ii. >;>-•; v. W. $3.
ST»*K OX HANP.
Rosin. bMs . . .......... . ... 34.673
Fp'riis turpentine, I* * ¦ - *•**
Tar, t*U I 27
Charleston. Feb. is.— Turrentir*. steady. «ii l 2 c K^ln
firm, uncharged
Savannah. Feb. 1* — ?rlrlts turpentine firm. 37. . re
ceipts. 275 bbls; fates. 170 bbls. Ros.n oul«rt and r.n
chan:<)d; reeeirts, ..; t.M», »:',<-». .-t bUa; exportt,
7.414 I. '-
Wlim.ngton. F»b. I*.— Spirits •¦,!,i> steady: sales
ar KbhCStic; receipts. M btl*. Itosin eady. 91 13; te-
CisipU, »4 bbta. CruJe tur;entine |1 ».'3t2 ¦¦"". re
ceipts. 117 bMs. Tar *ie*.ly. »1 IS, receipts. 30l bel».
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS. \
Km v-k Fefentary I<. P*
RCANS AND TEA? ...... quiet trading In 1
d-mes'lc trurr- «. mrlium anl i*i. bu' iii?es «r» with- '
out change. TI-* X«-^lin>j i* 11 ¦> BMW* I v .«n »t*")(i» Itel ;
ktdr.ey in ... favr. it ...... s'i<-i lf>«» •
etmitX ie t ijkht at 12 M in btls. wUtt ».me mo..c l>a< j
Uis »re ifTeiinf t.-r lei-*. For<-iKn l*»r.-> have U^-ri j
-.• lste anl tbera is an an^iia f utply of stock. <jre^n and |
i^rjtcn pra* e«s>. •"• .ju •• H-jn». marrow, choice. i»r
bUJ-h. *2 12':''JJ2 15; do medium, choice. 12 23. d>> J.e-i. |
fh-/lf», bUa. H::3. Jo b3g>. ?2r."':C*-^.'»: -1 > rei ktir.ey. 1
chci..*. Sue *2 32 *: .!¦> white kt>!r.«y. choice. <2«. do I
ye.|o»- e>e. ci.ni. - |2<S: .;• bla.ii turtle »oup. ciwice.
tlH^gfi-S; a-, una. CalUorata. <3 *»». lasporttd ftants.
*2 i"i;-OTted ir.arrr.m-. *2 2'y»J^>: do medium.
f 1 1"; gr»«-n \-\f, t^g*. *1 -i- *0 Scotch, k^»S».
*i *»3»i :.2'i I
BCTTCa— Aflcn w«re ar!e to I Id th» advance estab
lish-! at the close <-,f latt *«i, ar! the market had a |
fairly good tore, with tuslness •¦„: w»s
e«pe-Mei. Sto>-k Is romins In » l:tt!e earlier this w«»'«
ani many <-t the re<ula' >t>bersere grftlr.f tt.eir supplies.
•"•Ij«l i|s-jj \»ii*j uo vp'd.. \;ui».a«j *l »u;;<<»i *Ui
«ra.*e«. and the ladica'lcr.s pcint to a f»!r!y t»v>l clearance
tl.is week. A little invrovrment in the fjuillty of th«
i LiiT*"r is X"* ii **"i\* > rii i»* Aorl» Itircucn mere of it**?
UOCk at t?-e. tct« r ri ~»'*. but the:« !s «t!:: a fvd drjl of
rreajnery that hs« to be- t .: at re:ml anj third quota
tions. Xo chore- In Buta iiiry or in the Western
pick:nf». Kicportt-rs are .i.vrir a U'tle buslr.es?. but rr."»t
of the itoe» S'Jtr.^ c'lt en \Vedr.«td»>'» b i»ts wti bought
ltt»t week. VVe <^v >'c: r:«iai»:T. eitrss. per Ib 2TV-'; do
firsts. ZIO2SH«; d» «ec^r!». tw9ttHe; >l 3 lc«*r «ra '-'.
l'^lSc; creamery. beML fan.-v. >te; Jj firsts. WHOWHej
fio he!d. thiris tn Mceada. lit 17.-. 5» ir^ ial.T. h*;? Orkla
tut*. fr«ii. lli'.cit. 2f«;i;lc; t»bs. fresh. firM». 1•» j lw>- .
tuhs. m nun lls. 1»-J17>; <1o fslt maJe. ftr.est. lf<; d> sec
. • 1* HStllSr; d> th:r^. ISIJI4-; fJ.'Ki'.s. »urr..T.er ni>, ]
1*316;; Wes'ern Imitation cxearT;ery. fiae*t. l^c; do I vrer 1
irradri. M€l«c. Western factcrv. fresh, fancy. UrjSTiic:
to fair f> ch-ilce. 13\ii 14 s*--:s *--: f*ut. t-y rr Oi!ry. lower
rrflet, t59134c; do he!l. nn«-»t, 13 >314 c; J> remmon
t-i prime. 11»»13-; r.!!s, frejh. cJteto*. 144';: do coir.m"n I
to prime. 12b14e: i*. .-. .:.. n> «. Ilyl2 ! s< ; rer.cvatei but
ter, fan-y. 17'»01»Sr; <f-> i-oronjcn t> tl.olre. . B Mr.
CH£SS£ — There wa» rather a aharp demand f^r •mall
*'.ze full cream cheese l -.l.iy or.d market IhOVS a |
gradual gain tn «tr«rKtr.. with a m**fr»rt nurr.Lcr of •*!•** |
at ll'. - tvr colore-1 to fully warrant that quotal.cn, j
thourh 12.- ii d.ri_-ul» t> ei'«l fcr white. !-¦<•.•• che*-« I
continue -iull anj outlcok unc#rtsln. E^portan ti»_k a f«*w i
Uir* »!.::« Ut# last week, lut •¦»?.»•;>• any •:• iu*:i 1 r j- i
larye col.^ed, except small j-I!.'."^ -„... .
tra S. I*.1 *. tt. :n fair detr.ani from exporters, and market j
in better soap* thar. rf late. I.lv*rv>->1 cable. 61* f'.r
colored at! '•>>» f-r wbJte, We <jnote: I a'». full cream. '
air.aU. fa 1 made. • :..:<-l. fancy. 12313'4c; do white, j
f«nry. 12r; do small, ch^e. ;: -. ii ". do »¦ m to |
I i n». li'^flll'tc: do cert;nion to fair. »Sbl"'i"; d-» 1
large, tail luitde. fancy. i;.. i: i do choice. lO\c. da 1
gc»4 t" rr".m'. nVriU'Sc; £» common to fair. •WtTlO": |
lir-" »k!n:s. »mail. cho:re. SVj^So; do lane. Ii |"«; part ;
rk'.ms. j.r::ne. Otl'i : ir. do fair to Svod. Jts">'s r . do cum- i
mnri. 3»|4r: full »k:ms. IS-J2-.
KOnS— The pr«-ssi.re fT a lower prl<-» resulted In « - '
„.• .»¦¦• • market dutlr.« the e»r!y tradlnc. but under the
call en '< baiuce (u^rient businef* tn flr.e Western tr*t
was a - ¦ -i-.i !:- :.<• at lfi'iic to establish that pti<e, and the
rrarket h?s ulnre ru'rj »»a iy. a g£oj ••al M Mock mov- '
Ing lcta »on»UTiptl\< ihaunels. Tl.e agirrecate r«-e't'« I
are quite lari». but th«-r<- I* a fee!!nr that r^'all price*
»i!l ije lewtrM and th» oonsumftlon cons!d-raMy «:
larjred. This will rertain'y l« *ufS^ltnt to *'::-rj:n i>r»»«nt
prlc<s. A few hardy ..;«.- »old to— iay fur this »f»k's d-^
lixery at Irt^itl'i'ic. at the laaM* fnure th»r« »*rrn* to b«
some »peeu!at!ve demanj. The be«t of tl» BoOthera eg<»
are *elJ:njc at 10f *«-nera;iy. anl only a very cl. »e:y graded
Kanturky ani Ti-«n«wt *tock command In* W4j4c m. re.
«!•>.,: *sks are r...1 p.'enty bui Qu:rt. We <juo:e: Jersey.
Mat* and rezin*yl\ania. fancy. »plecte<l, white. j»lfc<:.
di »l«(r,i. »^',*n. 17H':1-': <1.. av.ra«-e prim^. 17o;
Wi-»t-rn. fr-«h rathe re d. firsts." If, >,c; d> nru!.ir jaVk:r!|f!
fair to *0.,. i. !•;-.( lti« 4 c; Krntucky. «l»-.-ly gia.lr.i fan<->..
l««f I'i'io: Kentucky and Trnt ».-!•«•. a\erac>' |.ri:ne 1 ¦¦•¦
I<V; <»tl,, r S..utl.»rn. :.rlne. lt'c; &j fjlr V, te--i V.,U I.'. 1 ..'
Uirti.?. I.V; checks. 14e; refr:«Tator e« B », Mf) I.V.
HM.lTsi— KllK.sM— Apple, | n |,» -V y •u^l>. but meet
!r.r »tj actl^e Aeout»4 ani firm ut full j>!ate pii^e*
cirap** <ju!^t. « Yar.b*-rr!ea helj i-t.-a.ly. but roorlna
*lowly. |-:n. «fr:. « in twavy »v; ii|>- anl \».-ak. with out
»lde flrureii mere extrt-rre. Stra»^^rr>¦ quite plenty and
t»- :tntc siMrljr at ¦.'''• v -. ,te: Apple/.
fpltt'nburg, fair M fancy. i*r bl.l. $:^»3: Northern .-I v.
fair M bacy. «2 .v-»i*4 It-r. Uarta, fancy. $3tfJ3 6o;
£0 fair to K»jd. BatWTB: lUldwln. raid sti>rai;e. fancy.
j'li.-f- •"": «1 » roir.nu.n »t><raif. c >'.d to primr. $2 •'.<>¦! $:*•:
<Jreenlnc. r -1 to < h ir« # *27.V«*a25: do fair to r.^ni.
fr^«&": r.erd v«r:i-i!^. coinm. 1. t. fair. »l rrf>V*2;
t;r:n<«. W«->t«-rn Nt» Y. rk •'at.juba. i»-r small liaskef.
S<t lCw: d.-> - ,-- s ..f 1<» IT. i.H^krt.. 7.V«sl JS; .-rir.bfr
r»«*. C*;* C. d. iTlrr.e V. fan.-y. i<-r tbl. *>> Utt *»•'*<¦; d->
romwij tj »riM>tl, $7i4? l>;l >; Jen-t-y. prime, repacked. ?7 2T-3
$7 &>: d'j In*'-?, per rratr. *2. ( }2.':'>: utunipi, Fl rid •.
l-rr box. $1 2-*'6S3; rraj<- fruit, fair to prim-, per box.
»»'!¦• »•-. tOTufrlTi^s. f,iir t. fh.n--y. »U .'^<<.j*3 ."<>: p!nearr!-».
K.'.rida. „-¦«»:.*. »tru» berries. Klorl la. i. >•-
Wii-.-. goc«l t.'. fanry. 23fc35c: ilj < l»n .¦¦-•!•
ct- ie«» per „t 2T.f/D(ic; do !>»• r to fair. 13030 c.
!"Kl ITS -t>Kir.l>— Kxnporatrd apples are in |:beral fup
ply anj »«-aW. fur pr:ip«-. Lut choire ani fanoy are not
p>ntv. ati.i vi" li<M steadr. Not tuu'-h doing: In pun drlrd
apceem. '"li'.u* ar-.i wa»t»- continue »eak. «'h-rrie» w«ak.
with 15'jc i-itn-nrf. Itt'pterri -•* and bteefcbeTrlea »!UhUy
firmer, ftther fruits quiet and unrhanrcd. W« quote:
Apolee. natoniHL fan.-v. ppr R>. «'s^7i-; do ih-Ue. it*
3*»c: <" . rrlrr.e. 41;4 1 ; '»-- . do poor to k<».«l. ..!»«¦. ¦:••
tun dri»-.1. sliced. SCtUc: d>> «4usriers. 3p4'«i-;
r',al*» cut. 363\c; chops. r» r lw ft. SI *«?! ••*.
do cor*-* and skin*. s»cesl: cherti-r 14 w l3Hc;
ra»r»*rrleii. evaporatxd. H«62<»<-: hu-kleberrles. I4tf I". -.
Mackberri^e «««h«'iC; apricolK. Cal:fitnl». 3J.."iT*'!». '•"'
13c; do Koval. t.-/ '«•». peaches. rallf«ral» ;*•• t- \ 12i.
],v: d.i ur.:*<led. s'jfcSi-: prunes. CwlifortiU. 2'jt»7 l so.
HOPS— There is no «han«e in tl.r p«»>!t!'n o: the "•'"
ket. The demand Is Mill quite mnd»ra.tf. l»" offerings
are •¦..-. »nl th«-re t« 1 stea-lv. rather r..i:"1.1.r.' h lO
lnr. Mall advices from I»ndon leport uulrt Line but
1 storks are verr liifht. and full prices' are naked. «•-1« •-
1 «}iir.v: U«»» choice, per Ib. Ifty2">r: do nuod to
prime I7fii(>c: do .¦..ii.m.ii to fair, |4816e; 4o !S^f», c<un
mon to choice. I«tfl4«-: I'ai-inn . „-t. r.»«». rii..i. -. VtftVAc:
di uo.«l to t.rinie. liUjl7c. do • inn- n tn fair. 14 134 c;
do l»iw. poor to choice, fcillc; State ar.d l^arlSe <? '"
Old ..'ls. i^so. _ ,
I"uCl.TllY— AUVE— Rerelpi*. - cars. Dealers took
the fresh offerings, but Invoice* tor the meek are heavier.
tirtce*. somewhat un»ettl*HJ and tendency downward. We
quote: Kowle, ,*-- p. l<»H»rllc: chlckenn. »».•: roosters.
O^U?^ turkeys. J«3l*»c; dutk*. per pair, 7"v 1 "". «•'•••.
Jl :»7'-jsl ,-.2 |>i*t»<.n«. 2"»^3.».' I)KK.».--;:i' Th* market
¦ifMiti i Quiet appearance to-day, l.ut prites showed
!ittl* if fctiy charge. Invoices are mu'h larper th.-m had
b»*n expe---ted. espe-'lally of turk Clioloe snuUl turkey*
ontinue ware* und hrld flrrnlv. but be*ry v. .-Mho dull
FowU if h»ld at lU- f-.r averaa-e finest riark*. but »«U
lns slowly, and that ftir-ire all that ran N» depended m»>n.
Western «hii-ken« continue to »how uiil.>.: «' .- .jual 1 .:-.
and very few here ¦aod enough to ext-e^-i *i!"- tn.imi
fancy '"ft rc*ate<l bring a decided j.i-ini.itn Car» na m
large accutwilatl^n. very dull and itsL Fancy ducks
and trees* *.'ar<~*. but ordinary grade* dull, r-'quabs In
some accumuUllcn and frellng «»»k an.l Irreeular. We
c-aote: Turkeys. WVstern. young ¦ r.». fan->, USVtSr:
1 We»tern old torn*. me. young torn*, prim*. 1*010.:; old
1 totns. •-«••-• ; •¦ • poor to fair. ~ii*^; brullcr*. winter.
1 under I Ib to pair. *» . «!<> Thtladrlphla. 2433 !T. I -> pair,
lie; d% 3';«» R. lS'j3»c. r.»astln(c ohlrker.*. I'hil-idelpliU.
seleited large, i"..il*.-: *0 nivdiurn grades. UQtSc; .1 >
Pmnsylrar.la. large, 11612 c; do fair to good. HJlOc; do
; Ohio ana Michigan. acaMed. average be«, 9^loc, do dry
i picked, average best. V'jluc; other Western, scalded, av
i erage heat. f*H<jl«c; do fair to good, MMtte; .-hi' kens
and » jwls. Western, mixed, average best. U l ;*r\&r, «!» fair
1 to goud. ?fiic; f>wl», ?tat» tni rcnnsyivaiila. good to
prime. M*; do Ohio ai.-l MlcblKan. fancy aoaided. I*--.
1 other Western dry picked fe nd scalded, fancy. 10c. West
«rn heavy, v'ic: do fair la pood. t4ftl»c; old roosters.
«4)«'>r. capons. Philadelphia, large. ISSlfc. d» medium.
, l- : ->^l-i.-: .1' small and sllpa, lc>.al2c: do Western. large.
! 12t?l2Hc; do muted weights. il^llH*-; do small and
sup* 10c. ducks. Ohio and Michigan, fancy. 124613 c;
; d. Western, prime. 125124 c; do fair to good. 8011 c;
»<**•. Western, prime. wOlOe; do poor to fair. «¦**:
iwjuabs, cbole*. large. »hlte, per dozen. S3 2S»;S3 30; d..
¦nx*d. $2 2?S$2 7.'.. .1-. dark. (1 7>6?2.
flAV.B— Wild ducks in only moderate demand. Snipe
and plover continue scarce. Rabbits more plenty, dull
; and weaker. We Quote: Enitlnti snipe and golden plover.
! per dozen. $2 234952 30; crass plover. SI So.\,s? ; amall
1 snlr*. 44.c. dcuks, canvas. « ft average to pair *2 6<Vgs3;
do lUtbt weight*. Slf>S2. do redhead. 5 Ib average to pair,
! $1 T'VSIZ: da light weight*. 75<-ff*l 25; wild ducks, mallard
;SASI da teal, bluewing. *.»*<»c; do gre«awtng. *9»r-.
rabbits, ctitr.e. large, undrawn, per pair. 20r. do drawn
and poor. 12O15c; j&-k rabbits, prime. Northwestern. 40#
84c. da Southwestern 80fJ40c.
POTATOES AND \'EOtTABLJ9S— Domestic potatoes In
liberal supply and rhowleg irregular quality and value.
efcolee held steady. Bermuda and Havana slew. Sweet po
tau>«a staady fr r prime. Domestic c.ntcns in light receipt
and firm for chMee; poor stock dull and Irregular; B*r
reuda and Havana steady. riorlda v*g*takle* mar*, plenty
£4a«r anl men kinds lower; lettuce did not exceed 12 as
£?:«> for faner. and }3 tecarce extrenie far best be»a*.
r::r:ii ctlery sold «et.*ra.ly at SiCS3 80. Norfolk kale
and spinach 13 heavy auppir. but stock mere or taw out
ct condition, and price* low and irregular, with same lots
. elsaatl t:p under feud* quotations. Calllomla cauUflowars
I Jrr^gTjlar In quality and value. N*w-Or!eans vegetables
moving slowly and too* weak. Other vegetables range
! abo-jt as quoted. We quote. Potau.es. Bermuda, per M '..
tiiit:-: do State, per ISO ft. SI 37311 73: da Michigan,
per IK) ft. $1 »0»l 82: da State and 'Western, per sack.
{SI4O9SICO; sweets. Jersey, per bt:. Si 70; >;: Co. do per
I r*»k«t, 733* Cc; Brussels sprout*, per quart. >^16c; beeta.
, Charltston and Florida, per NX» benches. S4OS3 do N-..
* r '*aiis. |3; (Jo Flortca. top* off. per crate. «S^9Kc: do
Bermuda, per crate. 73c&fl: carrots. New-Orleans, per 109
bunches. $3fjS4: do Bermuda, per crate. 73i«*l; c*lery.«*r
, duzeti stalks. lS'd7.V . ca.bbas^*. »-*tate. per ti.n. MJ-i-'i.'-:
•a Florida, per Mil crate. *1 ooes2 30; do Florida, per bbl,
ti 23812 23; chicory. New-Orleans, per bbl *4.t»ti. cauli
flowers. Florida, per basket. «:;|*4. do California, per
case. Sl&»«(*2 25: eggplant*. FUrlia. per box. *1 .V»^*3;
I esearol. New-Orleans, per bbl t->&s3; horseradish, per
I 100 ft. tig $6; kale. Norfolk, per bU. 4*>jf7sc: kohlrabi.
! New-Orleans, per 100 bunches. *,'• lettuce, Florida, per
, basket. *lSt2 5O; do Charleston, per basket, flfjfj 73: *>
, Nfw-orlean» per bbl. S*Ss4: okra. Havana, per carrier,
*2'St3; onion* Bermuda, per crate, »2 2S: do Havana.
I 12 2.'. do Connecticut and Eastern whites, per bbl. 13 JO
TS3 50; do yellow. J2IOQS3: do red. S2 2.V353: do Orange
! County, white, per bag. S3 .VWii *4 5< • : do yellow. *2 2".r
i 12 73; Jo red. *2 23a«2 75: do State and Western re.l,
I per 130 ft. *2 2fi<Js2iO; do yellow, *2 s»Nff *2 75: do white,
• per double-head bbl $2{sJ2:.O- do yellow. 932349200:
! •« red -«2as2 25: reas. Florida, per basket or rat. , t9Q
1 S3 30. peppers, Florida, per carrier. SI 23QT2; parsley.
I -Orleans, per 100 tunch»». ?iijS3; d> IU-rmti i • pet
1 crate. S2*3S2 s<). parsnips. i,.r» Island and Jersey, per
I bbl. S11IS123; romalne New-Orlean«, per hh|. S4<9fS: da
Bermu<U. per crate, S! 2C4JSI s«>: do Florttla. per basket.
SI 25fc$l .V> squash, per bbl. (I'SH 10; string beans. Flor
ldv per crate. $1 23973: spinach. Norfolk, per bM. 75. 'i
$1 25: do Baltimore. 75<6- <; 3c: turnip?. Canada, Russia, per
, bbl. 73<S->3c; tomatoes. Florist, per carrier. ?!3<Kiis3 30;
do Havana. $l*r*2.
MilJi — The Milk Exchange price for standard quality
t is 2Vc per quart.
I BAT AND STRAW— HAT— The new prices were w«:i
supported to-day, particularly as th« receipts were ex
'— •;;• light for Sunday nnd Monday, Hellers appear to
! entertain much confidence In good trading for the rest "f
I the month. Po*s Me mild weather is of prtme enrcuraffe
. ¦assjt, and advices do not indicate any overwhelming sop
plies. We. quote: Prin.e. lar K » bales, p^r lo»> ft. &54|
««.4c: No 1 '' ••• '"¦ ''- -" : No - do. V>"i*7 4c; No 3 «10.
i-'B'Oc; clover mixed do. SO&S.V; ¦'.over. prime dr.. 7" .•
• .'»¦: gait hay. .;.-,. 4<V?IV. Pmall and large bates are
quoted quit- close; v In the present light run of supply.
I ......STRAW— I..ins; ry»-flrm at - per 1 •*< R>. Re
! felpts of hay and rr.iw in ton* reported at the Prwluc*
i.xchance at noon to-day: Hudson River Railroad 4iV>:
j trie 170: Pennsylvania. !<-. West Shore. 50; Ijehigh Viil-
I ley. «0; Central of N-w-J*r»*y. '.«> total. MO tons. V.
: r-ir'»r -ir'» at »'raw. i.v» tons br rail.
Elgin, in.. Feb. IK. — Creamery butter took a new spurt
to-day on the Elirin Board of Trade, and the price ad
j »need to 22c. a rise of 1c per pound over last week, with
. prospects of a further advance. Th» output of creamery
1 g. -o«s for th» week vji «31 M* ft
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
v -.i v •¦-. February I*. MM
WEEKLY RECEIPTS.
Beeves. «.Yws. Calves. She-p. Hip. I
Mraajr C.tv 2.277 I *K» ICTTB *.510
Sixtieths 4. l'C 1.7 3.84 M 1*.372
Fourteenth-** __ I'«7»i
We«t Shore i.rm «1 i 2°2 !
t*-hJsh Valley 1.71' i _ 3.12H
Scattering - aj «> _
Tot»|« 11.1*4 |«B * «¦• .'srt -t^ .11 3«2
Tot<i]« last week — IUN I'M 3. SOS etc 2«<.l«d
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
1.1-. • Ljv» Q^ of
„ , rattle, Ml-»»p. M*f.
NeUon Morri". ** Cymric 2AM
Xel*-.n \|.-.rr:v K-. Orm.intr - — . 1.000
S*l— Morris. ?.«. rhll^.Jflphia 12* -
N>:»cb Jlorr.*. S». Cuibrla .....— — 2 (!&>
Armour A- Co.. f»». «^mri<- l KO
.-»».'• A .--. .c» Phil.-»4»lphla 372 s:*** '
S^ift & Co.. .-« ¦;¦-..; ¦ -.. • .¦ _ — 'sn7
J. Sh«mherr a- Son. :?.«. r^mrlc . .125 - — —
Srh«arr»o!ii!.l A Shcrpr, s«. •-.-.-' ¦ J23
W. W. Hrauer A Co.. Bapa p lelphia -•'<•¦> — -
W. A. Shermin. S- MartP'llo •• o
•i. H. Hammond Co.. .<*. I'hilslelphian 2-«> 1 <*75
Har\»y * fiu!»rhrMj». ?«. Pretoria.. 13 2S
M ¦ — lan* ¦.• .-- Tnntaai. . . . l" n<>
L.. ». DUteohark. s«. Grenada !. 44*
Total esporw . 1 -77 55 10 «4« i
To'al exoort» !a§t week |«i'j 2 st»" IT ({.lrt I
Boston eipiirn thl!« w«"k .•> . >c • 133 ;.' 7i»> j
H»kim-ir« exports thla tvetU s«k« ""17% J 1
Fn:laJe!ph!a exports tht» wefii 1 I .'.7 " I ld»> :
Portland exp"rt» thi« wwli . £233 3 207
.\V»tnrt Newn exports this we«-k 3.% a " 1
To I^ndin 1.830 j.,,73 3,^00
T> Uisrpoo! RR72 r..42T. I>.fi4«
T> nia'.gnw t;Tt l , lM
Tf> Hull an J I
T. l<«-rmu<H and We«t Intlies 27 J>3 j
Total* to all t»«rn f>,2-j.T 7,<vir> »1 «•»« t
Total* to all porrs lai^t w»ek 5.773 4.U12 n!077 '
CCOTATION3 FOR BEEVES.
O<v.J to p(m!'-» nathr* »¦— -* ?3 lS^tj «
Mrl:um to fair natlv« itecr? 4 i;,k* '3 i«>
Ownmna anl (.rdinary n%tlv« '•t*er* i lSjf 5 55
<>M.m *nl »ta«» .... 2 i»"u 4 »
i<all» and dry cow» . 1:: 4
•jacd to cholc-s caUve. *:«»?rs on^ year ajjiJ &3«^ 3 »»
BEEVES— Rec»!rt» - >r two <!ny>> were 310 rir«. er 3,1 M»
head. lnc!u2mK 67 car» to t.^ exported altv«. 24«;"» for
¦iaOJthterrra and 4» f,,r the mArk-;t. niaking. w;th the
•tala cattle. 44 earn to h* rrl 1. rf wh'<- k i 4'"< were a:
.i«t-*v < Itv and ti at BtxU*tlk-«t. Steen. dull and
!-.«< r. anl <JraitKed to t. K .e fnisli. cl.sinie l'.«ijl.">c o.t from
Krl.i.»y. Holla »rr« n.-rn. Co»§ full itea4]r. and »<"ll:ni(
In »jr» «-«- . r .ai' ¦ higher. Th« ¦!.. ii were cleared,
with the excectlon of 2 cars ol cattle .i: arrtvej too lite
tj b« 10M to-rtiy. InJertor to prime native ¦••r» ioU at
lil<ia»a> per ion n>; botta »t 13 .v*; *?:.."?. and 4 f^w
"xtra h«!l» at |4 3> >% f I *i«, ; rcmrnun to t rlme cows at
? IWJ«V«>; a r- » choti c .n.j „-j.tra fat cow* ami hei.'ttra
at J (.:>»— t Dreiac.i (w«f ,n mi.Jeral* demand a: *^«^
h4c t«r Ib for tnfeiior to choice native »tde«. Private '
¦¦ m r«<-* - • dij (juo'ed live -.-: i -c..r.i. at LJver
t«l at ll*j'Jl24c per to, and at i.r.! r. at 12313 c.
<!re t .*ed »••» l. lhll[ at i:: • H.\ and limit at 15c.
• !:--..->«• I wric.it: rerr:K*rat->r N-- at OWii luc per Ib. The
i!*tiom!r*«- til!<d to day for 1- 3 .in. carninij 1-- catt!e
and 2.2 i»» quarter* oj tcef f.r S.hwar«»i-h!H tic du!xtv-r<er
1*» ( attl« f r J. S.-iam!. r« ,\ Hnn and l.touS quarters of
te»f for Swirt X Co. T> norm-* th^ <>\,lc. • -' Uvfrpccl,
¦11l take out *0. cati!« -¦¦: :n;; at»e«B for J. bhamberic |
A. «».ib. «A .-»ttl» fa» Schwanschlld & . -»r««r. 2 !••»
quarter* of be«f for Swllt .* <>. and 2,eiX> ¦inaxt.fr* of beef
(e»?*mate<ll t jt N. Morrt*.
.-*.•»--» .-»*.-.!-.-» It* Illtaola »t'er«. 1250 » av«ra««. !
at *.'. 2>» fer lm> rft; lit do. !«¦>? It. at $5 2 (> : I'J do 1242 IT.
-• |3 13. 11» do. 1217 rb. i- »A li; VJ do. 123tJ n> 'at » . •¦.'.'
I.- uhlu do. 11S3 m. at *+-.-.. 2t> <!,.. lU'.> Ib at » 4 mi;
21 4* 1113 Th. at m;:i. i 3 <50. ii«t tt>. at $i IS 21
'* KBJI <t\ lli'H IT., a: >.'•<•. 21- do. 11 «> n>. at *4 s<i
1 ru'.l. Hi) rb. at $ai«<. 3 ,10. l<v»i| ir>. at »!T5. it cow* .
¦¦•"¦ rf.. at $3. I .f". 1 • <.i » m. at *3t»i>. 3 do. lt€rt T* at
fit*; 17 .1 >. 170 Hi. at Jl'wi; 4 do, NT*, rb. a: (2 75 3 I
do. J. 23 IV at J2."" 11 do. tC!>; *. at 12 40: 2do 7B«> '» i
: a? ?:•»
M i-.r-.n * Co.: 12 Kentucky steer*. 1220 • at J.". •¦'.
i 2i» <!¦•». I»>7h Tb. Bt J4f-); IL* d". 11,5 R.. at »»!!)«»: 19 State
I 1\ UK • at I-'.. I*m. 1.1 ..a th« lot; M «.liicaKo do, lim>
R. at *»-••. i tull. >•• IT., at **«<•. 1 do. 19So tb At
tit": 4 d->. rf variiti." weights, at t3«OC|3S; , row*.
13iji« IT., at J» .'¦. 21 <I>, llw» *: ii .?.; 7.%. 12 do t»7y »
at J3SS. 7 do. l<>4.t Ik, at *.. |i>: 13 do. 1«>22 Ib at |.;
1» d>. lf>22 II at »2 7.'.; J» So, •.<<»? ¦¦¦ Nt t- 7"; 2d> Ji<»
1 Ib. at $2 9: 3 do. mo Ib. Nt 12 2O; 2'> do. If I :• at *2 lv
4 •• >, rtu<» rt.. at |2 03; : .:<>. In2u Ib. at |2.
.-!.rni^n * Culver: » Chicaio nte.T!«. 1314 m. at $.':¦>,
11l d<>. 124.1 Ib. at »hi 17 d \ 12>7 IT. at $3 10; la <To.
1I»4 !b. at J303; 14<!>. IMS Ib, ill }l S»3; lit do. HSrt tb.
at II •.«•. l'J d... il»-: '.' at $4 ... 1" dot 1 ll.i "¦ at *t«4j.
i J. Srian.t«.-« .v Son: 21 t°hlca*o «teer«. 1335 m, at »3 .">f.
13 .i • 1311 n-. hi $3 3i; 11 .1". 12rj ITi. at $:.;:.. 21 .io.
I 11«2 Ib. at *t ¦¦'•'•. 1 io. :¦-¦" n a. <i .«.. ;.:. Itiluni do.
12UT R.. at |B
Tobln & Shanmn: 24 »: ; k.r-, 7'> l R>, at 13 23- I cow
'.•7.. tb. at $3; 14 to, 7SI ft, 11 |2 4'».
>."«•• ton & »"n. : 1 bull. 13*11 •' . .11 $4 3'». 2 cows. 10K% m
1 at M3n: 11» :• •.'.. IT.. i.t J3 1«»: I <».>. "¦¦•• It- at *2 7.'.
I .1". «.O3 R., at $2 x' •' do. MB Tb. at $2 2<>.
J. 11. Hume i 1." : . bulls. 11. » n>. at |4 2 .10
. 1....-, IV. <t £1 so; 1 be;f<-r. ll'-(»Tb. it |4 2.'. 4 row* MS
I R>. at $3; 3 d->. l''«'» A at >2>>«>: 2 «•<.. I'M". Ib. .it «2 «5;
12 do. Mi 2 Ib. .¦ $:», : ¦! •. f.rtl ib, ,it »2 i<>. 11 do. >-24 Ib,
at *2. 4 do. • ¦> IV it Jl DO.
J. •¦; Curtis * s*on: 1 -•<* iM Ik, at $1, 1« bulls and
al .ki .n. B*di 117:. R;. at «4 2-"; 2 ilia, li)W> R>. Ht »;• UO;
I ofiw. l«>Ui> R>. it 14: 1 do. l'KHt r>. h ft 41); 2*» do, ->7 »
i ;.t «•« • |2Hi * ¦!'. »«7 r.. ¦«• *_• >¦• Ida 7f'> R>. J2 131 •
II iID. 7-4 rr.. at $2 •>-">; 1 '1 ¦. 110 R>. at J2; C d). 71t> Ah
•1 |1 :•¦'.
J'hn fnj.-»-J : 1 row. r«»> M a* *" 1 do. *1" Tb. ,• $2 M
J.-ll,ff*-. V.riictit * «V : 15 n..»s. M* R>. at »- M 1 -I.
•"»"."> 'I. at *2 :."
Mll.<H «-«>\VS — There 'a ¦•¦ 1" head in the yards to
day all rijinnuiii Mock. J. «l •"urtls & Sun sold & tows
and calves at |200>3d I>t h«-a.l. The freltng «a* ratrd
t- a«ly ft cop.l nt.*k.
CAUVKS— Itei-rti>t« f r two day* were 1.40U h. a.l. In
' rlud:r< tx> h*JL<i direct an.l I. .<•-".• h^ad for the murket.
1 niklrr With s the -' - Ktm-k. I.3Hi» head on »'• of
1 »hWh I IKi h<-ad were at Sixtieth -»t. ami 2u7 '¦>• •' ' at
I Jrr es- City V.-aH ••»• in K"< -I d-mand at •»•• prices;
birnvard an.l Western rjh>», 2.V lower. The pens wrre
.irared Inferlo' M teal* BoM ut *4 :&<,%!» 25 rer
lln« it *- UV.li.; ¦»' WM«em calves *' *.-<>>.. •¦<< City
! Sr^VeiliTtetJy.l «H«KH« P-r n, : country .lr««e.l
' *!ow at TSfI»S l««le **im »teady at WTe; '"-»"•''
! £S2^^?x3£: O veal.. 1,7 R) av^.e at
»\»i»tf st* 3"w^,Vrn r^^. 4^7 ft
TT, •, »< W» »• n th- 1. ' 11 ! ¦ Hi Ib .1 »7 .
in ;•• -it *7.i.v;. fed calve*. M; -i do, 72 m. 1" t*rnyard
I "jTl^Hum/i'Br^: R| ye.Ms. 12S Ib. at *• 25; lOBJJ
t» R,".t 1^?31 do B l2= mat *7 7... 4. d* 10T. R.. at *« 73;
•i"d. 1«S Ib. at »: 7 do. MR., at JlM>; 2 barnyard
i CS^'r fpU.enrUfkf 077O 77 v * '=• '* tb. at IS *" 2•* 175
j VwhtTmNi II '"''" '-"•> R.. at •» 17 do. M *
¦ ''/.Illff'... Wright A '••> • 22 veals. 10s R,. »' *7 7-1; rt *•. 07
! "V'judd * Co.: >'» ve..U. I*4 "• at 50; 22 <1». 133 R>.
at's7 75- »*o 12<>R-. at $7*2Vj; 2 •», i"."- "• at •»»: M
! "«1»td«^»?V~V MllsM 115 tb. a, P: Ift do. M* a, |3: »
! V.irr\«rl ra\\rt> US Th. «i Hit R). a, „ =3; 4 do. 0» Ib.
T l.ln * Sh..p'n..n: 21 v«,N 124 H». af «•»; ««•. ««? th.
1 ; "^; ! vcarllnKM : I !•'• tb. pS-tfcl .!o. P»« at P
NewJon * c" : 3 veals. M R.. ut M: 1 do. 10rt ft. at $.V
SHKEP AND I.A.MHS Receipts for two ilays were «24
: run or lJi2.'-« bead, ii^lu.llnK 1" car» for export alive.
¦ IT V for Blau«ht.rer. an.l 22 for th« market, making wtih
' th» itale *tork :C»'» earn on »ale. of which l*'i were at
I Jer»ey City and 17 at Sixtieth at. Sheep were, in very
moi^rat* supply and fairly steady: lambs slow an.l 13ff
1.1.- lower than Saturday"* opening sales; » cars were re
iKjrted unsold. Common to irood sheep BOS at * :| *'*
, per 100 IT., common to prime lamb* •>»•<• rather
more than 2 cm "' choir, «• at V ««P KJ4: tT bunch
I for export a* '«. most of th« sales were at V 5"»"?$5 V
j Pressed muttoti slow at H^ 8 ' l- p R>; dressed lambs
"sales— McVherf on & Co. : IN Buffalo lambs. *.1 R. aver-
Salra VePh*r». n A- Co : IW Rn!Tn!.-> lambs. *.T It. av»r
! a** at *3 « per 100 R>: 201 do. «3 Ib. at ?3 73; 10<> do. 73
tb. at $5«0: 244 do. «1 tb. at $5 23. mm. ,t »» i«
Harrintrton * Co.: IIS Ohio lambs, ss R> «t $3 75; 1«»
do 81 Ibfat ** 75: 13 Ohl» sheep. 123 R>. at s•: 31 do. 85
1.000 Ohio larrb*. S3 n>. at *5 SO; IS2
<•» 7S Ib at 15 73* 2>» Indiana do. 7« R-. at MM: 4.V1 do.
73 Tb *t $5 50; 210 Buffalo *>. 72 tb. at *•"> «9; I<3 do. 71
tb at V 5V 5 70; 219 do. 73 ft. at »*>: « State do. 97 m
at Sm- m <!» »>>.. at »*>. 3* do. «l ft. at 73;
: * Stat* ahaev. Mid I' »4. W do. U«> ft at W.V> „
J. H. Hum* * Bros.: I*l Michigan lamb*. S3 Ib, at
( MBTH: I State do. M ft. at S3. •» State aheep. 97 ft.
at $3 00
' E. L. Ima & Co.: 120 'Weatera lamb*. fi 1 * ft. at $3 70;
| 233 do. 7« ft. at $3 53: 201 do. 83 Ib. at $3 58: 80 Buffalo
do (worn. 106 ft at $«. *4 do. 01 »• at $3«: 2 do. Crt
!b. at IS 50; 103 do 71 Th. at J3 43: 4 Buffalo sheep, no
tb. at S4 4<
Newton A Co.: 13S Michigan lambs. »2 tb. at W 73;
I 3M Ohio do. 77 ft. at $5 73; S Ohio ah«ep. 110 tb. at
i*i2H: 2 do. ia> ft, at $4 as. - . _
B. Judd it Co.: 20S Ohio Umba. 81 ft. at $3 73: 237
> Buffalo do. 70 ft. at 53 «0. « Buffalo sheep. 123 ft. at
$4 W.
I SanJers: M State lambs. HO ft. at S3 70; S do. M
ft. at «5 50: 2O State «b««p. 100 ft. at $3 73.
J. H. Wilk.raoa: 10S Buffalo lambi. M ft. at $3 73.
Tobln * Shannon: «4 Kentucky »h4»p. 114 Ib. at ii 50.
HOGS— Itaotpu for two daya w«r« 44 ears, or 10.102
i bead, including about oat ear for th» market. Price*
' ww*r for lire bees. a deck of ordinary Western bogs
I sold at So CD t>er 100 ft. state hogs were estimated to
I aeU at $3 735 S3. and choice llcht do at $3 90 Country
1 dressed uncharged at SHCSHe per » for heavy to light I
weiznts.
Sales — S. i-i & Co.: * Western hoirs. 154 - « -¦¦»-
at *r.«o per MM Ib: (late Saturday). 12S Western pig*.
UM It». at 45 SO.
OTHER MARKETS— BT TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. Feb. IS.— Cattle— Receipt*, 23.00'> baa*. ir.ettid
in< *<• Trxans: generally steady, loc loner; Tttaaa '
about steady: good to prim* steers. 94 50©**. poor to j
medium. $3. 4"i*»:i 70- siucaers -.nd feeder* slow, $2 ""tf
«44U. cow*. 9KSu«M*ft; heifers. $2 oo<£slS3: canner%
9173093 45: bulls. »2 «n3*4 •-'O; ealve»T»4w*»sm; Texas
fed »ieer» ti-,*:. <C Texas grass steers. $58>993 «?»; '
; Texas bulls. 92 .*.t»9 s3 *>. Hogs — Receipts to-day. 4a\M» '
hea-1: to-morrow. ' >^«>. estimated left over. 4<h»i; mar
ket osU*c lower; top. $5 40; mixed! and butchers'. $5 2U©
*.*• 40; Kood -. choice, heavy, 95 30«93 40; rough, heavy.
95tt9**2&: light. $3 l.Vq*S37-»; bulk of sales. 95 300 i
I iSX.. tfheep — R^reipts. 22.«»> head. steady; lambs
shade lower; good to choice wethers. $3 90S$4 45: fair to
choice, mixed, «.V><6»4: Western sheep. 93599M45: |
Texas sheep, |S3O<I|S«B; native lamb«, $4 294M8 20; 1
Western lambs. * V-i >.• 13.
Cincinnati. Feb. IH.—Hna* it*. lower. $4055 »<• |
Cattlw steady. ?2 23/554 so Sheep easier. 91 754194 13.
Lambs dull. $3 756 ?5 "* ;
East Liberty. Feb. is. CattTe- slow: extra. 953899590:
prtme. $yoss 25; common. $39 53 75. Hogs slow and lower: '
nrini* medium* 95«C%'&95>»: test Yorkers 93*' i*
1 95 024: heavy ho;;*. 9Bsl)«Wt§: pit*. $S4Nf9tl3*: mnahs.
$3 7:. i*3 lt>. Sneep steady and larcbs lower; cholcs wetn- ,
er* 94«>3*4n: common. 189) choice lambs. 94 •»•
95 SO; \eal calves. $7**7 25.
East Buffalo, F. b 18. — Receipts — Cattle. 225 ear*; sheep
i and lambs. 70 cars: ho^s, 118 car*. Shipments— Cattle. M
cars; she«p and lamb*. 28 car*: bogs. 4*l cars. Cattle I
very dull and generally lower: offering*, 190 loads. Choice
feeders and Mocker* were in moderate demand at th* de
cline of 15.ff'jrx\ and desirable butcher grade* fairly steady
at the decline. Fresh cows and forward sprinaer* of top ,
•juallty wer? stronger. Calves lower. Good to best
smooth fat .XI-"-:-: cattle of desirable quality. 9* 25013 SO; I
good to hest. $4 S3© s3; shipping »t«»er*. 94 50*195 75. ex- ¦
pan hull*, choice lo extra. $4854 25; good to choice
butcher seers. $ig*4 23; good to best butcher steers. 93 75
CM; goo.l to ken fat bulls. $3 25e*.T 50: fair to good fat
bulls. $.•*»*.¦» »; feeder bulls. 93*1 S3 25; esnners. god to
best, 1201325: yearling steers, good to choice. $3 afi'?t93 30:
quod in best fat cows, 93 25493 50: fat heifers, choie* to \
extra. $43*4 25: light butchers". $3 7.V5«4. Canada. 94®
$113: go<Kl to choice do, $3 25393 75: common «•. stock <
heifers $2 7T)SS3; stock steers, good to best. $3 30893 7«; :
fepd'rff steers, choice to extra. 93M<094 26: good to choice. '
$". 23a>3i'5; '.M.ida feeders, good to choice. 93 15*993 W.
Canada stnekers, common to gix«l. $2^*3 25. Jersey stock |
er<. 9S99SBV milkers and calves, choice to extra. 9+n'a 1 :
»4.">: good to choice. *-T.*'.( *4s : sprlnner*. choice ti» extra. I
<:->'., tli>: ralves, choice to extra. 97 75®9«; good to ehotce, '
JTK'uIT.W. heavy calves. 94<5$.*>. Sheep and lambs —
Offerings. 75 loads. The basis on extra lamb* was $5 40^> :
¦ 45. with a few sa!.es at 95 Co; M'Klocs sold at $3 25'cf ;
$5 35, wtth fair demand. Lambs, choice to extra. w*r* j
quotable *.". 25<355 4" . good to cholcp, ?5«»»J5 25; common i
to fair. 94 23"i53: sheep, choice to extra. $1 50994 73: good '
to cli.i.-,. $4 25-354 5O; wethers. 94 sO«gs4 73: fat ewe:.. 94 i
•i?l2.'. clone very dull, several loads left over. H(«*- j
Offerings. 110 loads. Market opened on the basis of «3 «O j
for heavy, medium. Yorkers and pigs: roughs. $33-55 15. j
Th« trade was fairly steady at th* price*, which on 'he |
close had declined fv», hut th« offering* were pretty well
cleaned 'ir
.^ *
THE STATE OF TRAPF.
, i
CutTalo. ieb. IS.— Flour steady. Wheat— Nothing doln? j
r. wmlm. No I Northern, ©id. ..arloa**. «BHe. *> c i f. I
3»sc: buyers bi.ldlng TI« for red winter and 73H<? fT I
vhlte do. Com easier; No 2 yellow. 44e: No 3 da. 13 "ie. J
<o 2 ra. 43'j^: No 3do 43' ie, through billed. Oats |
teady; No 2 v.hlte, US*: No 3 do. Sic Mo 2 mixed. 2!V;
(a 3 do. 2-4 asked, through billed. Barley — A few cars
• Xli.-hla-^n fanev .«ild at *4c en track: »pot barley In
>tor« offered at 3<e«sc. Rye auiet; No 2, on track. s*-.
<"> 1. In store, SI
CMgagn. Feb. 1* The leading futures r*ng»d »» fol
ows : :
Wheat No. I Opening. Highest Lowest. Closing;, j
February 73*t 74 73H07.1U 73N«73U
Vt.rrh 74 l , 74* i 73 I S's73'» r. l.ff::t::,l .ff::t : :, \
ii,y 75 l iQ7r. :l t 73 T » 73 735J73'»
Corn No. 2:
February - - — 3S>
Uan-h 39S 4O»» M» l » J»S
Vlav . 41HP41*, 41»» *«'»ir»o'. «0H j
r.ats No. 2:
raawti 24S 24% »4> 24H
Wax . BIHbTT 25 T s »*» 25' i
Mess pork. per bbl:
February . .. — - — $13 *2'i
tfay 114 07H SHOTS $13 97H UK-.
Lard, cer IPO ft:
Uarch 740 740 7 37 1 i 7 37^4
Hay .. 747S 7 474 742', 1 424 1
luly 7 47-1 7 474 7 474 7 474
fhort ftb* per lOrt rb:
rcbroarr ..... 7t*» 7(l* « 074 ft 974
Uay 7«'.1 7 074 7 024 024
ktMlßlMf .... 7 174 7 174 7 1". 113
Cas'i ttattoiti were a* follows: Finur steady: No 3
»t>rina wheat. AS>3;74c: No 2 red. 7448754 c: No 2 corn.
No 2 yellow. S."*ie: Sn 2 oats. "34<5235e : No 2
white. 2593 ft%«: No > white. 2782^-: V. 2 rye. 31'»1514c:
nod fee,liFir barley, .»»•„¦ ; fair to choice maltinir. 4»g41»»i > c;
\'.-> t fl-iswed. -' ••.! . No 1 Northwestern, 41 «•»: prime
ilmothy seed. $4 35: clover, contract irrade. $llig>U 15:
me-« . -^ wr rhl. <1.1 •v^eSl3 fti>. lard, per 100 Th. *7 35©
f7H7'->- sh.<rt rihs sides (loo»e>. •rt9ft3»7 13: dry salted
thaOtien, led). !>i 2fi»»« Si »: short elenr »ide* <h0a.e.1..
*7 » ¦at' 40; «h skey. basis of high wines, $127. On the
Proilu-e Exchanit* f>-<iay the butter market was quiet;
rreameries. llir^e; dairies, lm'rrl-'c; chee?<» fairly a.-tlv*.
MMk9ll*4e; egg* quiet: fxe«h. llf)l*He.
Clnetsnatl. Feb. 10.— Flour dull: fancy. *,T23«»Sa«O;
family. $- OCVgS2 '."'. Wheat quiet. No 2 red. 79c. Com
flm; N 2 inixeil. 41 *©42 c. Oats Crm; No 2 mixed.
I7\ic Ry* steady: No a 57.-.
Ituluth. Feb. 19. — Wheat — Cash. No 1 hard. T4*»e: Mo 1
Northern. 725": No 2 Northern. *Z%QmKe: May. 73Se;
July. 76Hc. Corn — May, 38'ic Oats. 2e#2aU<?.
Milwaokee, Feb. 18. — Wheat lower; No 1 Northern.
TV, No a Northern, 714'8734c. Rye steady: No 1.
52c. Farley. 2'r?3c lower: No 2. B^e: a&mple. 40.253 c. ___^
Mlnceanolls. Feb. IS.— Wheat — Cash. 73Sc; May. 74^7;
July. 74S*f74*«f. On track— No 1 hard 73*»e; No 1
Northern. 73\c; No 2 Northern. «7H»«»**«. Flour qut«t;
first patents. $»059?4 13: second patents, $3 <<5gJ4; first
c>ars «2 900|3; second clears, $1 IH«BS2. Bran, in bulk,
$11 755»12.
PhllaJelphfa. Feb. 1*. — Wh»«t S<" lower, contract grad?.
February, 77®774c. Corn firm; No 2 mixed. February.
44-644' l»e.l »c. Oats firm; No 2 whit* clipped. 324033 c.
Flour unchanged; winter superfine, 92 3VSS2r*>: do extr»,
t" Oi(it*'i si: Pennsylvania roller, clear. S3 10013 25. da
straight. $.1 2B*s.! »": Western winter. clear. $3 25993 4t>;
do straight. < : 4"';i*l *> do patent, $3 [email protected]?3 S3; Kansas
Htratght, In sacks. !' 2&a13 .VI . do patent. In sacks. (3 ."if)
«<*:<7s; st>nn°a- clear. t2«Bs3 28: in straight, S3 659
<::•' <lo parent, $:::•.-». 1*4 1". do favorite brands. 94 I.V»
$4 40; city mills, extra. $;«V3J2 < >0: do clear. $3 3H«3|3 43;
40 straight. $.T r «~ .-• no patent. $3 751/94 40. Rye flour
quiet an.l --.-..iy at $2 f»-.|*2 '»."• per bbl for cholc* Penn
sylvania. 1 -.Tter firm; fancy Western creamery. 234 c: do
Wes'ern prints. 23c: Jo nearby. 24c Eggs steady; fresh
nearby, l"c: .1,, Western. IV; do Southwestern. 174 c: do
Southern. 17e. Cheese steady. Receipts — Flour. 4.V) bhls.
fcCS.Oia) " in sacks; wheat. 13.C00 hush, com. 57.0i>0 bush;
oata. 1 1 "<<> bush. Shipments — Com. 7.O(V> bush; oats,
ll.r<o bush.
St. Ix>ul». Feb. 1«. -Wheat— No 2 red cash. 734 c: May.
73' si-; July 71- l aS72N<v No 2 harrl, 704«71\c. Corn —
Ko 2 cash. »\e; May. *«StrW\c; July. -.«\f».-;«%^.
OHts— N.. 2 cash, 2tic: May. 23Ue; July. 25\c; No 2
White. Z**W~C.
Tole.1«. Feb. IS.— Wheat dull and lower: cash. 70c;
May. Pi>4c; July, 7S4c. Corn moderately active and
Io»,>r: cush. 4! . lay. llHc. Oats steady: cash, 27-.
May. T »c. Rye. 324 c. *."lov*r»**<t I*<;H). prime, $8 70;
Murch. *7 »•>. _
BUt'l— ii COTTOM .MARKET!'.
(lalveston. Feb. IS. — Cotton quiet; middling, *.Vl<lc;
low r-.i-Mllnff. »St; good ordinary, 7 15- We. receipts,
a.»W» b:i!^»; ex^irta to (Jreat Britain, • 432; to the Con
tlru-nr. 1.U54: stock, pßXlftß
Rattlmore. Feb. Il*.—CottonI I *.— Cotton nominal: middling, »\r.
li.t. mi.l.llinic. si. We; g.>o<l ordinary. S5-ltsc; gross r*>
cei[its. '-- bales: stuck. 10.*«5. .
Savannah. Feb. 1*«. — Cotton quiet and easy: mlddlioK.
»4c; ! ¦»• middling, s'jc; receipts, 5.16»l bales; exports to
the i'ontlneni. *\3PI: coastwise. 2.4**; sale*. 61; stock.
HM.2K:!.
Orhaaa, Feb. I*^— Cofiurt quiet and easy: middling.
O^c: m n»! 1 Illn*. USe; koo.l ordinary. 7*»e. net re
celns. J*.32JV bales: -• -• t> exports to France.. .•,,775;
to the Continect. 14*, coastwise, 2.617: sale*. 2.500; stock.
»>7.<J*fl.
Memphis. Feb. IS. « ..tton easy, middling. 9 v »c; low
middling. <¦;¦¦: c oil ordinary. 7%c; net receipts, t.MI
bale*: arose. ;t 21-« «hlt.men!s. 3.253; sale*. I,.Vk»; stock.
1.M.:.!- _
Livnr.poor. cotton market.
Liverpool. Feb. I*. 4 p. m. — Cotton — Spot— Moderate
bu»!r.e«w: prices barely steady; Ameru-iin middling.
311 "2,1. Th* aales if the day wer» S.Oiii) bales, of which
Mm. title* were for. speculation and expnrt. and ineludetl
7.7i>i> bfilts of American: r*c»-lpts, 13.(»<> bale«. all Ameri
can Futures evened qi'tet and cl<ved stea.lv: American
middling. 1 11 c. February. 5 lti-<V»d buyers; February an.l
Mir.-h. 5 12-B4fi.". iH-«Md value. March and April. 3 8-64 d
value: April nnd May. 5 7 »V4<fis >• <»4.i buyers; June and
July. SJ-61W4-8W buyers; July and August. 3 3-«»*r
.'• I Kill buyers: Aumi«t and September. 4 54-«434 3.Vt«,l
buv«-rs: September. » ,">4-<Vi'»H 55-<JM buyers: October. * .1
i-. 430 .vt.i aoaitral: Oct. .her ami November, k • c. 4 2'> IM
anaitnal
EUROPEAN" PRODUCE! MARKET.
Laterpool Pah IS. — Closing— Wheat, spot .lull: N-> 1
California, *» i<l; No " red Western winter. 5* MM.
\ ,' 1 Northern itprinic Ha ««l: future* quiet: March, 3t>
j.i ,j. *j| a y .*.» ai. Cortv — Sj> t, American mixed, new.
«!.-»dv *3i liU^; Amen .in n-.Ued old. firm. 4s \A: futures
iiiirt- February 3s 10 T irt; March. .",* 10.1. May. :i* 9*.il.
I-.- n ' Canadian quiet. B*) SI. Hop* at London (Pai-irlc
• ¦out • sternly tt'i£3 15s. Flour— -?t l^uls fancy winter
„..,,. ' *. (jo. ' Beef easy; e*tr» India mess. M* W. Pork
_ l.ie mes.< Western, dull. «»s 3.1. Hams— Short cut.
tit. 1(J Ib tlrm. 44s '.M. Bacon firm: Cumberland cut,
M in 3(> PX4JK »hort rib. 1* to 24 Ib. 49* «d: long clear
mld.ie" i.^ht 2s 10 34 Ib, 41* (M: Ion? clear middles.
iavV 35 to 40 tb. **»» »W: short clear back*. IS t-. 2l> n>.
->* M clear bellies. Mto l>» Ib. 48*. Shoulder*— Square.
II to IS ft strong. 37» <M- Lard steady; prim* West
ern In tierces. 3»* *1; American refm*d. la pills. 20s 3d.
.'h«>'est. dull finest American whit*. Site; finest American
•oloraS Me' Butter dull: finest Unlte.l State*, fa's: good
iil-ed «t3te« 73«. Tallow — Prim* city quiet. 25... 3d:
Australian In London, easy. 275. Cottonseed oil— Hull
refined, spot. ***y. CS». Turpentine— Spirits quiet. 3ta 3d.
n,y«i a Common steady. 4a Ad. Petroleum, refined, «aiet.
T l »d. Linseed oil dull. 235.
fiailroaas.
Lackawanna Railroad
Stations In New York, foot of Barclay and Ort*t*pa*i
Sts. Leave. Arrive.
Elmira Mall *9*» A. M- t3:OOP. M.
Lackiwanna Limited „• 10:00 A. M. •¦•Of) P. M.
New York * Chicago Et »l:0l>P. M. '3:35 P. M.
Scraatoa Express t4:O»P. K. t1220 P . M.
Chicago ,i Buffalo Limited »*:10 P. M. *T:3» A. M.
L'tlca. Oswego. Ithaca A- Buffalo *S:ls P. M. *H:S«> A. M.
Buffalo & Chicago Express *2:0» A. M. •10:40 A. M.
Sleepers open at 0:30 P. M.
Tickets at us Fifth Aye., 654 Columbus A*a.. 113 and
420 Broadway. It Park PI.. 193 W. 123 th St., and 33h Ful
ton St.. Brooklyn.
V.'estcotfs Express Company will call for and ehacl
bi«gage to destination. Except Sunday. 'Dally.
VDVEKTISEMENTS and subvrlDtions far The Tribun*
received at th«lr Uptown Office. No. 1,242 Broadway,
2.1 doer north ef 31st-st., until 9 o'clock p. m . advertise,
-•••.•» received at th-» following branch offlces at regu.ai
offlc* rat** until 8 o'clock p. m.. viz.: 234 Bth-av«.. a. c
cor. 2M-et.. 132 6th-ave.. ccr. i2th-*t . Macy's. Oth-av«.
and 14th-»t.. 142 Co!umbus-ave.. near West Both-st. . 1"*
West 424-st.. nsar «ih-*ve : 92 East 14th-«t.; 2«17 Wesi
45i-it.. between 7th »nd Sth a v*s. . 139 Bast 47th-st- . I.3Jt
3\i-ave.. tetwae.i 7tkh and 77tn sta.; I,ri2« 3d-ave.. neaj
61st-! 1 :.; 1.70S lst-ave., near 90th-st.: 7»rt Tremont-ave. ;
H.-.i 3d-ava.. .-,: 41st-st. ; 534 34-av«. ; 210 Bl*«ckar-«t. ;
523 B!»*:kar-»c
F.ailroaos.
PENNSYLVANIA
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREtTT
AND DESBROSSE3 AND CORTLANDT STREETS.
X* Th lenvlns ttme from De«bro«»*i a««
Coriiimilt Streets In tl * minute* Inter than
that ctvru De 1.... for Twenty-third '«'•«
Station, e»,r,,t where otherwise- fn»l*«t.
7.V-. A. M. FAST SfAll.— LtollttJ to two B-..."« Parlor
Or* New Yoik to Pittsbur*. aleeplns Car Ftttaburg to
•"htcairo. No c»aches to Plttsburs.
¦Ljßj A. M. FAST r.TXE-Pltts*»ar« and Cleveland.
1>.5,"» A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIST ITKD— Pullman Com
partment Sleeping. Dininjr. Smnklnir. and Observation
Cars. For Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati. •¦*-
1.5» I*. M, CHICAGO \.\D ST" LOUIS KXFMBBB.— Jfo*>
Toledo. Louisville <vu Cinetnnan). Inillanapolls, Cm
rjKtto. St. Louis. Dtntne Car.
0..-..7 IV .H. grr. LOCI* EXPRES&-»or Ptttsbur*.
In.!irm..pnln LnuMvllle St. Iyni*. Dining Car.
*Va» P. H. WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago. For
Toledo, except Saturday. Dining Car.
¦ ..V". P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. — For Plttsburs an*
Chicago. For Knoxvllle, dally. via .-?henaadoali Valley
Rout* Connect* fnr Cleveland, except Saturday.
•Urn P. H. CT.RVELAXD ANT* CINCINNATI EX
PRESS.— Fir rtttsb-ir*. Cleveland. CincfnnatL
w v*mim.iii\ AMD rut; SOITU.
7: ».J»-25. &03. 10.10 ,De»i>ros**B and Cortlaadt ¦tree-*.
10 20> iDlning Mr >. IO.M (DininK Car) a. m.. 1i35.
12.55 (Dlnlnsr Car). 2.10 .Deabroas** and Cortlandt
street*. 2.21» A l3 --rona;re«ston«l Urn.. ail Parlor and
pining Cars>. 3.25. 425 (Dtnin« Cart. 4-.'-5 (Dining Car).
5,25 p. m. 12.10 nl*nt. Sunday. d.25. »..la. 10.53 (Dlntn*
f"ar> a. m., 12.55. 12..V. <I>!ningj Carl <3.23 "Coneresalonal
Us*.. 1 * all Parlor and Dinm* Cars». 3. 25. 4.25 (Dining
'»"• »- v " <T^inln* Car). o*s d m.. 12.10 n!«at.
SOITHSr..N RAILWAY.— "FIorida Limited." 12.40 p. m.
fS*a*>r<HMe* and Cnrtlandt Streets. 12.40 p. m.> week
¦ 1.1V3. Expre-s. .15, i 25 p. m.. 12.10 night daily.
NORFOLK AND WKSTKRN RAILWAY.— For Memphis
sad New-Orleans 3.2.'. p. m. dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— "Florida Special." 2.10 p. m.
'Desbrosse* and •¦-rrlandt Streets. 2.20 p. m.) w-«k
jay*. Exprem. «:,.', a. m. and 9.25 p. m. dally. '
CUBSAPKAKE 4 OHIO RAILWAY 5.35 a. m. and 4.M
p. m. dally.
SEAROARn AIR LlNT.— "Florida »nd Metropol!t»n U»
*}*£*•" izrss p. m. rlai:- Expr***. 12.10 night dally.
OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.S3 a. m,
week-days and 9.55 p. m . dally.
ATLANTIC C1TY.— 0.35 a. m. and 2.38 p. m. wa*k-.l»r*.
Through Vestlbuled Train*. Buffet Parlor Cam ami
standard Coarheit.
rAPE MAY— I2.S.-. r>. m. week-day* . .
Fp» point* on New York and I^>n« nrasieH Railroad ¦ "win
¦We«t Twenf^-thtrd Str»et Statinn 1 ) ».3B a. m- 12.40.
3 25. and 4..V. p. m . Sundays. ft 2S a. m.. 4.55 a. m.
(from D»«bro*«es and Cortlandt Streets). 9.00 a. m.,
12.5". 3.10 and 3.10 p. m. Sundays. 0.15 a. m., BJ3
p. m.
FOR PHIF »r. » PHI \.
••V* ..(Desbrosse^ ant Cortlandt Streets. C2o>. 7 29. T 55.
H—,. 8.53, 0.25 (9.55- Penna. Lltrlted). 10.10 fDesbroase*
and Cortlandt Streets. 10.20) (Dlntnjr Cart. 10.55 Din!n*j
Car). 11.55 a. m. 12.35. 12.55 <ninirt» Cart. 2.10 (D«t-
O'^fe* antl Cortlandt Streets. 2.20). 2.55. 3.25. 3.33. 4.2«.
?23 '?'."'"* Cart. 4.33 (Dmln* Car). 5 53 (Dlninx C»r>.
7.55. ft 25. 5.3.-». 0.J5 n. m.. 12.H> nleht. Sundays, -» to.
.... (no coaches). .0.25. 9.55. 3.25. »-55 (Limited). 9.55,
V<^.,., (Dlnlns r 1r > a. m., 12.35. 12.55 (Dining Car). 1.5*
(Dtninir 3 r). 3.», .-• v 4.25 inirin*; Car). 4.33 <Dlnln«
Car). 5.33 (Dining Car). 7.35. 8.23. 8.53. 9.23 p. m.. 1119
night.
Ticket Offices: Ham 4«i t 945. 110« 1.T34. 11l and 2rtl Broad
way; I Astor House: West Twenty-third Street Station;
end stations foot of r>e»brois#s and r-ortlandt Streets:
4 Court Street. »«O Fulron Street. 9« Broadway an<S
Pennsylvania Annex Station. Brooklyn: Station. Jersey
City. The New York Transfer Company will call fo*
and check baggage, from hotels and :«sirl*no*a through)
to destination.
Telephone "314 Eighteenth Street" for Pennsylvania Rail
road Cab Service.
J. r nrrcHTNsoN-, j. » wood.
General Manager. General P»-» - A««tit»
CENTRAL I P. GF NEW JERSEY.
Anthracite rial used (mo'.uslvely.
Four Tracks. •'E'ectro-Fn*Ußßatie 1 * Signals.
Stations In New York. Liberty St. and South Ferry.
Trains leave Liberty St. as below (time from South B"airj|
fivs minutes earlier, except as noted).
! !W*«k day*. I Sundays.
I Maueh Chunk Local ! 7:15a,m.l .-«
; N. Y. * Lens? Branch R. R ' S.3rta. m. t 9:00 a. at
j Scrar.ton * Rea.llnc -..) »:l'>a.m.l
1 I^akewoocJ * Barneg-at ~....l «»:30 a. m. 1^10:15 a. m.
; N. Y. A Voatc Branch R. R... . t 11:30*. m. «
I Manch Chunlf * Reading I •• 1:00 p.m.
Wl'kesbarre * Seranton ' 1:30 p. m, — — -
i laksaniigl Barnegat & Atlantic '
ritv ' Tl:4sp.m. iinnm
, LBkewood & ATLANTIC CITY
Special I 3:40 p. m. hmh*]
' Lakewood * Bamezsr ] 't:l<> p. m. .^j. ..«
N. Y. 4 Lens- Branch R. R 1 4:3f»p. m. «4:00p.m,
Vnui-h Chunk * Reading ' 4:40 p.m. ¦3:9op>aa»
Lakewood Special I (V:(H>p. m — .
Kaston Local I «3:45p m. a
N. Y. & Lone Branch R. It I *3:23 P. m. ...........
ROYAL BLUE LIN
Won PHILADELPHIA.
•M Si, t7.30. t^.oi>. «9.00 •10.00. 'lI.SO a. ».. tI.fXV
•1.30. t3.00. •S.4D t4.HO. i' 4.00, t*.3O. *5.00. «7.o*\ t7.30.
! I'J.W. tt^.2s p. m.. *12.15 m.lt.
i B\LTI.MORE A.\D WASHIXGTOX.
! ««».30. t3.00. *10 <?. »11.30 a. m.. tl-00. »1.30. •3.40.
I •9.n<., *7.C0 p. m. '12.13 mdt.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferry. South Ferry. 113. 172. 281.
4.14. «HR. ISCO. 13M Broadway. 173 sth Aye.. 737 «tr» ire..
r. Unlcn Sq. Weil. IS East 123 th St.. *73 West 129 th
St.. 243 Columbus Ay». New York: 4 Court St.. 344. WO
Fulton St. Brooklyn: 93 Broadway. Wllllam*bun». N*«a
York Transfer Co. call* for ami checks bagsaga to deati
•Fro'm Liberty St. only. "Tally. tDaily. except Sunday.
|9undaya only. _
NEW YORK CENTRAL
Train* leave at *J*4 depart from Grand Central Station.
42.1 Street. New York, ad follows:
Leavn New York. Arrive New York.
•» i>; i .mi ..... Syracu«e> Local 'ftM p. m.
1 :;.i \. m Empire State Express ..tIO.OO p. m.
•v »,-. -x m - Fast Mall *10.0Oa. m.
tir>.3i»a.m Pay »xt>ress — t7.00 p. m.
1 ?11.1i»%.ir Rutland Express t7.non,m.
' *100 p. m....... Southwestern L1m1teiJ. ....... m.rm p. m.
i »2.fmp.m V Y. & Chicago Special 130 p.m.
M.*> p. m Aioanv and Troy Flyer til. 10 a.m.
•3.25 p. m Albany ?necial t2.<** p. m.
•4 0<» p. m Detroit Special •lrt.OO a. m.
! •5.3i> p. m......The Lake Shc*e Limited •&."» p. m.
i •.V3»p. m... St. Louis Limited *:.5* a. tn.
! *4 p. m W**t**V Express *5.49 p. m.
•6.2r. p m Northern Express *7 20 a.
•7.50 p. m. . . . Adirondack & Montreal E.T..— **) .13 a. m
••».ix>b. m Pun-Am— Express). *T 27 a. m.
•".>.?<? p. m Buffalo * S. W. Special. . —.. ">.(in 1. n,
•»*>!». m Pnciflo Express *!l.3N>a. m.
tl2 10 a. m Midnight Express. •7.o<'» a. m.
•Dally. tDally. except Sunday. tDally. *so*M Monday.
H %HI.Krl I> I V 1«.i,,\
912 A. M. and 3.33 P M. Dally. exe«>t Sun lay. t«
PlttsneM: Sun-lays only at 9.20 a. M.
Pullman cars on all through trains.
Train* Illuminated with Plntsch L-'siit.
Ticket office* nt 113. 2rtl. 415 and 1.21« Broadway. 2»
' Vnton Sq. W.. 273 Columbus Aye., 133 West 123 th St..
12i>-h St. an.l ISSth •«• Stations. New York: 988 and 73>
I Fulton St. and 104 Broadway. Ii V Brooklyn.
Telephone "o< l <> 3i>th Street'" for New York C*atr*l C»l»
' Eer/lce. Baggage checked from hotel or residence by
Westeott Express Company.
EPT.AP. VAN KTTEN. GEOROB H. PANTELS.
General Sueerintendent. General Fasseseer Agent.
LEHICH VALLEY.
Foot of West Hl;l ortlaadt and D*»oro*M* Street a
- I>-.i!iy. t Except iunday. Sunday change*'- eUJL 41145.
• 81l »T3B i u.l.i. V4.M. 1*.15. JS.I9. *7.15.
iIAOrY..>iIT.y.YT,B
, Eiiit.'O L'H-al «*7 iU iMI •«7.20 X M
: Buffalo ami Western KxpreiM •¦». 10 a jil'eM.a) 4 m
BLACK DIAJtO.ND EXPIUC33 til. 9* *»tUI» j ,
M.n;i:ti i h;in< ami llazietun Lucal 'eli-iOm *d:i..V' M
\Vl'.iie!»-lI.»n-«anil S.rautun Express t3 55 » a u.li! F «
.Maucntliunk Local '¥5.10 » M # y5.» ? v
Chli-as" snil To-«inti> v.mlbulc Express.... nnpi'i.4 li r x
EXVO3ITION' EXPR233 •:» f* •" ..« ?¦
1 Ithaca. Buffalo and Western Kxprena '% Si :• « •< un r M
Ttelsst* and Pullman acrommodatioaaat. lULW, £«>. 355, Mi ami
I!<M Br^aJwiv. a I'nlon Square West, IIS Columbus iv« . I Y+
i »> Knlton St.. I Court >t..;«* B'dWy anil Ft. Fulton St., Brooklra.
X. V. Transfer Co. wlil call for aad cheek bagaaga.
! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
! Leave NEW YORK CITY. Liberty St. South Ferry.
' Ch:caso. Plttsbura — »4.30 am.
! CMeasi* Plttsburir I: 1 . Mar. •12.10nt.
! Chicago. ColumbtM 'l.SOprn. •1.25pm. D!n«r.
¦ l'»u*burg, Oeve *t.3orim. •1.25pm. Diner.
I "Plttsburs Limited" "7.(*>pni. 'tUVSpm. liurf«».
' Cincinnati. St. Incuts...... *12.1.*nt. •12.10nt
j Cincinnati. -* I»ula. . —.. •lO.OOam. *6..15 am. T'-ier.
Cincinnati. St. Louis •? f»inm. •*sflrm. Bu.TM.
Norfollc tl-Oopm. tl2-55pm. Diner.
KOYU BLIK m.»l>l,
I ¦Washington. Baito ttt.OUam. t7.35am. Burfet.
I Washington. BuUo ...... •10.00 am. ?•..V^arn. Diner.
Washington. Balto *ll.Soam. •11.2aam. Diner.
1 Washington. Kalto. ..._.. ll.«")m. fl2.sspra. Dinar,
j Washington. Balto '1.30pn. •1.23pm. Dln«r.
••Royal Llmi-.e.r- •».40pm- •3.3Spra. Diner.
'Washington. l:alto •3.00pm. *4.33pm. Dinar.
! Washington. Palto •7.ooprn. •M.Upn. BttSet.
Washington. Balto »12.iant. •12.10nt.
?D»ily. tDaily. except Sunday.
B. * O. Electromobile Service to and from trains
Omce»- 113. 172. Ml. 434. I.WO Broadway. 25 Cnloii
I Square, W., 3JH Grmnil Street. X. V.. 343 Fulton lliaat.
, Brooklyn: Whitehall Terminal and Liberty Street. l:ag
• gag* checked frcm hotel or residence to desttnatloa. ~
\ ERIE RAILROAD.
Through train* leave .<e» York, foot of Chambers it.,
as follows. and a minutes earlier from W. 22d SUt
J».oo a. m. Daily.— Solid train for Buffalo. at. ip. ra.
Blnghamton. Waverly Elmira and Bradford. Coacftea,
i parlor ear and cafe d'.n!ng ear to Buffalo.
11.30 p. m. Dally — Chtcim Limited— Fast Malt— Soili
train to Chicago, arriving 5.20 p. m. Arr. Cleveland 7.40 a.
m. »l— pata to Chicago Cleveland. Cincinnati. Dining car.
T.3»> p. m Daily-— Bn.Tslo and Cleveland Express — Arr.
Buffalo. 7 06. Brauford 7 20. Jamestown 7.00 and Youngs-.
towa 10.27 a. m. ¦ Cleveland 12.30 p. m. Sleepers to Buf
falo and Cleveland. Caf* car.
0.t5 p m- Dally.— Solid train for Blnghamton. Waver
iv Elroira. Chlcasto. Sleepers to BuSalo. Chlcajs. Clnetn
ratl. t>lnlnx ear.
• rpiCKETS. LOCAL TIME CARD 3 AND PULLMAN
A. ACCOMMODATIONS at 111. 112. Ml. 401 and m
Broadway, 137 East 123 th St, and 273 Wart 123 th St..
Chambers ana West 2Jd St. fwnea. New- York: 333 and
SCO Fulton St.. OS Broadway. Brooklyn: 122 River St..
Hobokeo. and J*ra*y City station. New-York Transfer
Co. call* tar and checks hngaa— to destination.
"WEST .SHORE-R.R.
. ! Trains leave TrankUn St. Station. !€. Y. as follow*.
' ana lira, liter foot West 4-"d St.. .V. R. :
•7:li> A. M.— For irrarna. point* to Albany * Montreal.
• t. -« A. M. — «1> La** Mohonk. Mlanewaaka. Sar»us«a,
1 Caukill Mountiin* and i '.. *•
•1:00 p. M.— Chicago Express. Daily.
•2:25 1\ Xl.— Cont. Ltd. for Detroit. Chlcagro A St. Loola*
t3M.% P. M.— <2> For Hudson River Points to Albany.
•t»:15 P. M.— Far Rochester. Buffalo. Cleve. i Chica?o.
, 'All For Rochester. Buffalo. Petrol: & St. Louia.
1 *U:ls P. 11— For Syra.. Kocn.. .Niaf. Falls. Det. A Chi.
- 'Dally. tDally. except Sun Jay. Leaves Brooklyn .in
• Bex. hi. 1. at 10: WA. -U. 2at il3 P. M. Uavas Jersey
• City. P. R. R. Sta,. No. iat 11:20 A. M. 2at 3:35 P. M
: Time tables at principal ho'els and offlces. Ba«sas«
i eheekm* from hotel or residence by W e«tcoti Exb. CE.
T.^vfß^Tt-r General Pasaensar As*at. N X.
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