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THE MARKETS.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
Xew-York, April 14. 1902.
Ashes r-kg? B Straw. tons <j*
65waKi.Kis". ::;::: liMillfeed. tons 224
Beans. white. I- «... lCi»GraMi seed, bags »
rimir. hbls 5.31* Rice, bbls "' «8
Fnur packs ]2.4<> Rice, pkts saci;::::: 3.013
ron.nieal. bbls 11U Rice chaff fack. 60
OocmeaX b««s 2.533 Kaislns -!■. boxes.. UM
Oatmeal, bbls 1»2 Prunes j.kirs l<B ]*
Wheat, baata 114.(«75;5iik. t^ps _ 4.)
Corn, boko i'.4r,(.:cott..n. bales .... ... ■••IS
/>•»!« >>u<h . 57 .... Couoneeed 11. !i-... ]._■
v?»l: bush::::::.... 7.fi.vr..ttnn^ m«u. i,,g S *»
"••, !zS
SS^S^ii 1H;;;: b
Beit bbis »=» Kglrlta.torp. bbls 5.441
B«-f (<Bnne<J). cases. I.JW3 Tar. bbls -»
IVirk tibls N>r Hops, bales J*«
S, VkCT 2W»iH«n P ;-bale. 1.0
4,..",, n v.kes K67 Hides, bdls -'"I
?i r m ea' :s .%kgs fO» Leather sides 1
lira Uercea H" 1 - Mow. ba^s «
I^-1 kec 5..^. Supar. bbls 314
Ttlow -k»* I-"-"' Vola^es. bbls 027
CreaM.' pkfi a:' oilcake. r k B s 4.X.}
V.imer' rk C « C.W2 01,,0 stock, pkgs .23
C^cmi •'.jc-s 67SPe*nuta. bars ••>
' ''■ \.L,^ . ... 2.145 Tobacco, lihds
nSSUfpSitrV. Vk» l.« 12 Tobacco. I -kg- -l?,
r,:,:, w hirtter. I ■*■ •••-
B nri; ii i i o-..c 4 4 !
. I.il stSE I
h£££ -1,1.1. -<>< i«tle. bates I*'
Hay. tons • ' ■■■'
CAPTI QUOTATIONS.
Bra Vor v. •-'.?■■■• |Cottrn. middling 95 n
Iron Po No 2 soft".! 17 -" I Coffee. No 7 ■'•-••- *)■
i-«-.i rails 2SCO Puirar gr.-'imlatf-.l 4...
LrfM copper Ingot.. 12. Molaawa. OK. prime 4O
4-Vn ... - ----- •:: *7>i r.eof. family W M
rkrV,.W«- 1«-^ 4 12^'ne-f, bams ■•••
£pVer *« i Tallow, prime <;•»
\\Tio-it Vi 2 red... MV P rk. mess --■ M '<■'
SPa . mlxeai:: CS\ i. „_. areswd. 100 Tl . *%
OatF. Sfo 2 mkM... 47 Lard, J.rime 10 10
lTour. Mpls. patents. 489 I
EXPORTS LAST WEEK.
Wheat. b«h r.2rt.or.2' Spirits turp. pals.... 3.9*0
Cora.-fctM* :v*«« r.oMn. u.:s i.3os
Or.'F bai4i <7.i.i-v Tit.-h. Mils *•
TVa ; i.urb .... lI«l«lTar. bbto ?»
Beams, taak. X 439] Refined pet. w15...10...01.<Ml
floor !.l- 2 ■■:.■• " Naphtha, pals I'"- 1 ? 1
Flour" saoks ;.4.<l2"'HiTiziTie. pals .1,-'}-,,
Crrntnoal Wile 5.471 j Gasolene, ga15. ...... *.iiS
r.id Ib. ...... £3.4*0 Cottaweed oil. pals.. — .»
OatmonrpktTS..*. .. 52.-.| Lubricating oil. Kals. ;'; ' v :;',''
IVan. P. SSI.7V. ]>. r k. bbta r-25
kme* s,M, bags... 467 Beef, bbla L«*7
Hsy. l>nlo S ..:::.: 41.<-.iru-ef. tier.-es ::i «i-k2SJ
li., r « i.al«. 545|nacon. n> '•-«'. tl
Hip ..••.■;;;;;;;;;;,^ :
ri2.4« :■ - . 4<".4'»>
Cheipc. Tti .",:,.",> j. •
EXPORTS DAT.
:««'SJ - ' :; "- r -
S.'u"' iaVki"::: O.*7S Lubricating oil. pals 281.529
SSSwSrWdi 204jPorlt. bbla :::::: I™
twS n. 1.200 ineef. bbls ■*:
rr r a^. ; : k f ::::::: «».St 1^.^;::::::::::: «»»
mv-Uues 10....4 V Ham,. It. ,%o?a>
WWekey. palp 150 Lard. Ib tL^S'Si
- ■ S::::::::: igg
%£<£; bbis! » Che.se. Tt, 40. • «
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
Km V.-rk. April 14. lf«C.
COFFFG Fairly active liquidation and bear pressure
fleveloped in the coff.-e market to-Jay. inFplred by weak
nbies fnun 1%-ropean nwkt-ts. heavy receipts In the
ciiv.r. countr>- K-arish private advices from abroad.
The market ri»-n.-d steady in tone at a decline of 0 to
U polr.t* turned heavy under sales for both accounts, end
rave little tipn of rallyinK at any time during the rest
of th» .lav .... lccai holders were thorousrhly dls
heartei;*-.! by this further ■ ■■-■■: of weakness and
at the new low record level unloaded their staple. The
market was finally steady In tone, with prices net <■ to It.
points 1 «.r. Bales amounted to 27.>«t bugs. The net
charpef abroad Included a decline of ** franc nt Haye.
of la-i. pfennii; nt Ham!-urg nnd an advance of 1-liw
In the Rio rate of exchange. Uraiillan markets wer"
bar.lv stea.ly rt p.-eAious quotations. Total port receipts
at Hrazil came to 82.000 (*c» and Interior r«n-«lpts to
20, C.wi Ua K s. Spot !-.:;■; ill* I. rally were more or less
nominal in price, with the basis about Migrate for ln
r,,iff lots of Ha 7 Rio. Trade ruled <julet- Total ware
iouse deliveries In the United States for the week were
112 1-23 lac?, ooinpared wtn 117. baes last weak and
17* lU2 lac for the Rime week a year a«r i. Of the for
mer amount New-York reported 15.556 begs. Santos re
oeiriia were 347.1»00 baps for the -w**k, as compared with
UV'iisi Lacs 1;..-t week and 10<).000 bags for the same week
« year »ii- •. Rio receipts ajrerppated 61 000 hags, against
'43 000 bars the previous week an! 34.<««» hags laM year.
hi., bhlrmcnts to t'-e United States were lO.fMW lmge for
th" week and to Europe 13.0K> bajrs. Santos shipments
to the United States were f.4.0i<0 bare; to Kuroj-e. 130,000
bags. Bahia receipts for the week, nil; shipments, nil.
Present ?t.?ck. 46.000 bags.
The range of contract prices In the local market to-day
was « fallows: ?atur _
Opening. High. Low. Close. day.
a — n — - — — r,.". i0 r. '«..
' ilky .r.'.f:.* 6.05 C.05 ROB 5.aMg5.10 5.10
jaYs — — — 5. 105 5.15 , 5.15
3 juir 5.20 it. 5.13 r. 2iKi?r..25 5.25
Au^'t r..30 B.M f..rn. l.afl#i.tl 5.35
Ssjtember 5.40 5.45 6.40 5.4<>85.45 6.45
October — — — s.f.n©ft.Ss 5.55
KoreTr.!*r - - - t.55f1,VC0 Uf<
December 5.C5 r. 65 5.05 5 «J<t^r, C.<V.
January 6.75 £.«.. 5.75 6.70&5.JS 5....
February — — — •'•'• ■•"" 5.X.
March 5.55 5.55 8.85 5. •-.-. ; :, .•.« i 5.90
Coffee Cables. — Rio — Coffee market quiet: No 7 Rio,
4J42T.; exchange, 11 Sl-3Td; receipts. 7.""<> bags; cleared
lor the United States. 13.0<K) bars; cleared for K'ir. i*-.
1.000 bscs; stock. CsaO<«> bacs Santos — Coffee market
bErely ft-. •>.:%■; Rood average Bantos, 4J400; r< eipta, 2-"..'Hr.
bags; ftock. KM ,OOO bags. Hamburg — market
c;*nefl '. pfjr lower; at 2:30 p m was net US?""* ptk
lower; sales, 40.0>>0 bap». Havre — Coffee market opened
Irregular. H@?i franc lower; at 12 m unchanged; at 3
p m irregular, uncharged to % franc lower: Bt 5:30 ;. m
sssasEnsjeA; tal Files. 44,t«'>0 lags.
January 37.75|Ju1y W5-«0
February 3-.'»' August 3>i.25
March 38.25 1 September 3«.75
April 35.25 October 17.00
May ...:;"."> November 37.25
Jurio 35.75 (December 37.50
The siWtTHi'sl position of Brazilian exffee Is as follows:
To-day. Saturday. Last ■«■— '«
Xew-Tork deliveries U.^M 13.734 9.204
Baltimore deliveries .... 68 44.'. 161
New-Orleans deliveries... •; l 214 "41 545
Tota'. dellverieg 45.17S 14.720 9.5M3
Xew-Ycrk rock... 1,*26.C31 1.941.547 1.90S "
Baltiti «.cl; R5.632 55 7'" 68.211
Xew-OrJexins ftork 3."'..2::2 €4.446 K.S3S
stock at a!l ports _ ■■■ MS a<WO.C93 - ' 2->1-
Afloat 2!'ri.<>UO 32fl.U«»W
Visible Btrpjily . 2.317 515 2 556 C 93 2.357.P12
Eaae t;;ne UNtl ..1.3 a G24 l.:; 04. -..■■•.. I.SSB.CSI'
"Taken <-* ship. no.«ll.
COTTON — CoVUm had a ver>- rx-cullar movement to-
Ciy. adv«Ticir:g early on a «=mail tamped* of near month
then*, inuzi brebklnc rapijlv under a waraii*r of longs

cpaln. and rtlßj liter advancing tr. top notch of the day
<.a a fr'Fh ffare of the nr^r month fhrrtf. with the dose
AecMedly ga»c»tuc thf bulls. Moreover. <m the curb. Kay
. *a« «•■ ■ point. aTi-1 AviniFt u»s better by 2 points at
t.TSr V.i. ihnn the finnl bida. The market opened steady,
with price? .' to '.' j-iinis higher, the near months leading
. the rise. Th:.-= improvement w<is dv«- largely to a fright
«f ring Fh-rt?. who had on Saturday anticipated weak
Liverpool fthles t>>-<!fiy. <"ontrar>' to «'X!>ectatlons. the
Er.r!l>h nijfrkft Ft:irtec3 quite aleady in 1 Be. with prices
. 1 l>oint be-ter than antlflpst^d. Acain. fiirtber talk of
■ peac-e In Bovtb Africa, hclix-d to alarm the bears here.'
Neverthol*—*. «, K .n ...... heavy Wall Street and
KMBanaaian boose reHinr. chie»"y July and August, weak
. trifi the tvh:ir market. The dedlfle which followed the
». turn to s«-il wes hcn»-]erat«vl r>y a -!•,•. sharp break i:;
the Liverpool market and by foreign selling orders.
Itu^i'T h«<l it that South African peace. proM i *<"ts were
tot so favorable, while -heavy port receipts, liberal estl
. -nat<-» tur tT-morror."s reeeipta and reports cf soaking
. 'aim' wh-re m- st aetded in T"ias. combined to undermine
I "•nil coßrjti^nro. Xot until Mi] reached S.(Mc July " s^>.
■ni Aut-uft 5.7."! c wan then any sign of a change for
ne b»tt«. r . Mar.y oj«-r»tory e»r)^*•^^-^•d the opinion that
*T> pricci fir the ""isori hud 1--en passed, with the mar
• *rt n^i«- Vif.,,';.,;, iVnmward for a Ions; pull under "re
fe!r>tr." V.i.ile du;i during the early afternoon the mar
ret pirkea ;;., [„ fKiir.t of activity toward the close.
»:th the inrr<a«e In »iusln<'F»i came new buying orders
*n1 as atleiiun on the pan • f ring shorts to secure
_ profits. TMs o>xaand found near month offerings FlnKu
UiriT «-arr^. t.ni. as a jvrult May fhot up !» points to
*'-•'•. In r.lr-on as many minutes, with August up B
. iK\r?» ta S.7V. A prominent sfMit cotton house -was »-.
■* S s.i r :!rT fT May. Wnll Street fought May and. July.
«"..lie TV tTiie as a whole bid for AISX— t. Tbe;clos»
.*■"* '^T *»<"».ly. with near months 2 to 7 points higher
*pi I»t tnon'h. t.-Ti'-hancred to 5 1 olrts lower. Total sales
:"»» aV^-.jt ].vt.(«<<« \nu.<>. ' I. .wine our close the New-
S&»S?!** l^**e< ■- Vr.nred ; nt*. vhlch brought July
vv-J" f!1 "" f* l« pnlata above the name option In
:,..' ~ TrTk - ■"■-. it -ivfMJld ««m. that New-Orleans Is
' w' T , 4 r»-ir.> -„r. high, or New York 49 points too
.cw. j, r eroiaarara r •>„> s-pxr-Orleaas Is 25 to .T> points
22* tn " v.« " ■ market. T-tal -.-.ft recelrts for the.
a. . W , T . b ,,. „, t , Jn f , XC4 . ni , , ' . (port cloaranceß, the
,I' ,, a ch'.p«r 10.w.fl i ia i»,. }+*•> than 1.000 bales und»r
oTiJ^T * '"'^ *»epiptji. I^tte pjxit market r< ports pave
•• Ir^'-" 1 "* 4ull "i ll v,., T .o.r. Vat «•■■ for middling:
mm Z, I " " sr ' ! ** <l u ''i nnd unchsneed. at l»c. ar. 5 Memphis
Tsi " f>t ni " >h «»Mred price,., at !w
«is £,"7* ** Cont ™ ct Price* m the local market to-Jay
1
• _ Hl Open. nThrh. I^>w. O!o*o. tardar.
!...-. •. .■:, H<l3C*.OS HM
?•* act s■- »! *.« Kfl4os.Hs <•■->
y'' „ ;. I*, «<►» R. 83 * ••<'■'■' -!•" «*1
■""T ««s htm »->S - 144-f/ < i.a. KM
£**:■"*. X v.-, HSS K73 K.77flS7^ K*a
■»f»*er s ■»<• x 4't X.33 h.38ie«.37 v.'< 7
Wobrr s2 n r.la*» sl3 K.i«eH.l7 f.l«
Aovunber Ml sil VIM <■(,>.„,*•>.. «.0S
i«!CCmr*r -v. 810 Fid ».<nH*..f»< «.0T
Junnarj- s<r. tm j. Os MstMi 8.08
„ Fp ft oottcn closed nui.-t. with Quotations 11* lower on
mi/Mi? " f fi 3 " lCc tar middling upland and »7-1« V for
JsiMlirK Ou!f. Sales. 3.»«, »,ales. Southern spot markets
* VT t< "' <;; ' rrß l'he<J as follows: N«w -Orleans quiet, unchanged
f, v : M °W'e nominal, uncharu.'^.! at Ur; Savannah quiet.
?™W. at S 15-l«c: Charleston initial, '.<■ lower. at
i -. } ; wr.minrron firm. unchangrvl, at K%c: Norfolk
■MV. unchanged, at !*•; Ilaltlmore nominal, unchanged.
« »v,c; Au»rusta uteady. uncharged, at « l-l€c; St. Louis
;'7" v ' unchanp-d. at Ml* estimated receipts at New-
Tfjr t<»-murrow are '1 7'hi to •( Hint bale*. .-'impHr.sl
,* : " -'-" bal«-f< actual lait ■■•« and 1.0:7 bales actual
jan yenr. At Houston for to-morrow. I 800 to 3.!*!K> 1 sl*«.
eoTr:r,i...i with 3,«W ljjles actual ]„*• «<-.-k and 5.<")42 bstes
actual la M year.
''";'"";'» n « tb<l I-Oft^ '.I Interior points to-day com
•"*" »itl, t!.e same day last w.-.-k and last year:
-, IT. ---.1
r.uu'^V To-day. l^int week. I^st year, stocks.
-G^vecton. 3.347 B.WJ7 1071 89.7C2
W-OriMti 3.14H 4,731 3 12S 247.040
%»W+ C 7 18 ' VJ() jftoso
bavannah 1,2U5 m 2,32. 40.105
Charleston ........... 1 "7" 7 Tt TftO
Wil/ninrtoa -....'. 3Si «<j ■£ - 114/12
V^i.oe* •"'■""' "° «*° M 7 s2 ' flsS
»--«w-Yorf -*..'■..;::%-—. -■-£ ■ mo 190.'26«
Boston 21 59 II
Philadelphia 1»5 153 8.114
Various 8,137 .400 4,151
Totals .....11.C37 . 13,114 9,453 C 52.344
Interior:
Augusta 351 4S 107 34.90&
Memphis 375 350 •>« 51,647
St. Louis 93 69 411 <2,4 M
Cincinnati 1,543 I*l '■'■'*' 17.3W
Houston 3.75S 1.651 3.020 •MOI
Cotton Exchange special Liverpool cables: Spot cotton
ea<!"r; sales, M.OOO bales; speculation and export. 5".n»;
American. i>.<Xxt; receipts. 5,000; middling upland. 5 1 - .M.
Futures opened steady. 2-04 d declltie; closed easy and net
■ to 3V» points lower. April. 4.55V5b; April-May, May-
June. June-July and July-August, 4..V, ; i 5; August-Sep
tember. 4.."ju^b; September-October. IJKM; October-No
vemler. 4.2H4b; November December. 4.2<;Hb; Deoember-
January, 4.25hb; January-February, «.3445b; Manchester
yarn* quiet and firm; cloths, not much doing.
FLOi.it AND MKAL. it was rather a Uull day in the
flour section, prices remaining unchanged and buyers
showing no interest whatever at present valuations. Spring
patents K35U994 15; winter straights. 93 70098 «5; winter
patents, &i ?si» >4 <ij; spring chars, 92W10952U; extra No
i winter. |3 156*3 25; txtra No 2 winter, *30.V«J3 lo;
no grade. 906*21. spot and to arrive RYE VIJJVH
—Quiet. Quoted: Fair to good, 930899540; choice to
fancy, -15853 70 COItNMKAL— Finn. Quoted: Kiln
dried, j:i 4.V;i*:; i>i, as to brand BAGMEAI^FIrm.
Quoted: Fine white and yellow, 91 sOosl .'•■"■. »■» ■ ..rse. 9128
•.i.M .-.• FEED— Firm. Quoted: Spring bran, spot.
*17 "I* 1 : sacks to arrive. 1»>O n.. 917 256J1J 50: spring
bran. bulk. $17; spring bran, middling, *17 25fi$-l -■•;
coarM winter bran, si^'iiir. 1 ; city bran. (i slii; buck
wheat, sharps. ?l'.t. Llnteed oil cake, J27; corn ail cake,
$24; hominy chop. !20: oil meal. #276 *25. -
OUAIX— WHEAT— WhiIe most of the speculative move
ment to-day was In c«rn. the wheat market neverthe
less had a very fair trade, prices fluctuating over a.
half cent range, with th.- tendency downward as a ru.e
and last prices '•■■' lower than Saturday. The principal
bearish Influence was till improvement in weather condi
tions through the West and Southwest, fairly good rains
having fallen in Kansas, Oklahoma and adjacent States,
while In the Northwest it was clear and otherwise suit
able for spring work. Statistics, on the other hand, had
a bullish leaning, as Northwest receipts were only UB
cars and the primary movement but 304,000 bush, com
pared with 503,400 bush a year a«o. The visible supply.
moreover, decrease.! l.MM.tmo bush, while local stocks
decreased 4".«4 100 bush. While world's shipments were
about 1.0Dd.000 bush less than last week, the quantity
on passage Increased ab .ut half a million bush. The
Bngl!i.-h visit,;.- supply Increased 427.500 bush for the
week. Ckbtes were generally dull and easier Liverpool
closing iid lower, and the Paris markets practically un
changed. Among exporters it was one of the quietest
.lays In some time, only 10 loads Ulng reported at all
ports Th,- local market opened a shade lower than
Saturday. After that it rallied with corn, and up to
midday held quite steady al«ove 19c for the May option.
But In the afternoon general realization set in. ami in
spite of the bullish statistics and other considerations
tlie market drifted off until at the close It was quite
weak Quotations of cash wheat, fob afloat basis,
were us follows: No 2 red. b4*«. export, and WJ%c.
contract grade. No 1 Northern Dututh, K2'.«c. prompt;
No l Northern New-York, MM l«c.l «c. and No 2 Northern.
Ituluth. M'«c. both prompt; No 1 hard. Manitoba, ■*•'■••'•
late April- No l Northern. Manitoba. 81*40, late April;
No - Northern l'uluth. n*4c. early Kay, and No -
hard. New-York, !>2c. late April; No 2 red, IS%c, ele
vator COKX— The first hour in corn was one
of the most active .ml excited that the market has
witnessed in some time. The occasion was a very strong
advance and semi demoralisation among short Interests,
who bid up May at New-York from titiHc, which was
the l'» o'clock price on Saturday, to 88* c before there
was a sale In Chicago May had an opening range from
«jl s ec to «2c. and later rushed up to C'lUc before the ex
citement was checked. At the top prominent Chicago
bull houses who v.-re credited with starting the, ad
vance appeared to be active sellers of the July option.
The heaviest buyer was St. Louis, which lias a slvk
of only :o..<hi<. bush, or a decrease of 2>-O.<H.Hi bush from
last week The Kansas City stock lost IiS,UM bush.
and Is down to 210.000 bush. The. entire visible supply
Is only 7.550.000 bush, compared with 22,026,01)0 bush a
year ago. The visible decreased for the week &>B.OOI>
bush. "At Chicago the movement continued light, with
only 65 cars estimated for Tuesday. Cables were KfJ
\<i Usher, but had little effect on domestic markets.
After midday prices began to drop off before the active
selling and lessened demands from shorts, so that last
prices were only %c net higher. Exporters were entirely
out of the market. At the doss No 2 corn was Quoted
(XtVic elevator B»iic export grade and JOe for strulsht
No 2 com: No 2 white 71 »c and No 2 yellow ...•>»._.
fob afloat OATS -Early In the Jay oats were firm
and higher on the corn strength an d complaints of too
much cold weather in the Southwest, but later eased on
with other markets, closing barely steady . .V) floats
closed 47. No 3. ■»•■•'-■: No 2 white. i.l(ii-..l 4c; No •»
white. ;..•;.. track mixed, 4dSlSc^ track white. "*«
:,i-- and No 2 white, clips. 52H>«5.V. . . RVTC—Mar
ket firm. No 1 Western M,c and Ko 2 Western 04c.
iKith fob afloat? State rye. ♦•-►jitlic BARLEY—Mar
ket dull. Feeding was nuoted G3feOsc and malting B»fl
-.2 ■. both elf New- York.
NEW-YORK PRICES.
Satur-
Wheat: Opening. High. I>ivr. Close. day.
May 78* -'■' -• 78 11-10 I-;* 71" 4
July 7-", 704 77 1--.1 --'. 7^** I»1J
September 7-- s » 7»J4 T^ 1 * 7--_ l » WJi
December I*% KM* "'•* * < IJl * »*
Corn:
May xv, CBH C,~\. £« CST4
July 074 «7H O ( >H 86% 80%
September 05% ••% 6W4 tU"'* 04"«
Lard:
April — — — $1010 $1007^
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wheat :
May 72 7"'s 72% 72% 734
July 73! i 74% 7.V* 7.'i» 7.'. T «
September 73S 73 IS 10 72'n ■ 72"i 7.H .
Corn:
Slav 61% «n'» 01' i 61% -ii-.
July 61% C 2»« tSIH <;i T n <51 X *
September &> - ; «1")* Wl'i 61 «o"»
Oats:
May 42 43 42 42% 43
July 34 38% "4"» 35 :.4 7 .
September 30 ."fo'-j 30 :!0 3U%
Lard: ■
May $075 fOPQ JO 72 '.4 JO 75 $!< 73
July ..' , »S5 *fo »Bt% l» S*3 lt^.••.
. Ribs:
May Bi"i7',, V 1." 9 "7'i 9 12H 0 07%
July VJ"J • M S* 20 «J 25 It 22%
Pork:
May 1G75 16 id 10 75 16 «2Vi 16 77%
July MX 17JJ-J l'il<s 1748% ICyTVi
Receipts of treads tuffs ut interior t>olntii In thousands.
last three ciphers ,i.(«rj omitted. Hour bbls. grain bush, as
follows:
Flour. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Uye. Barley.
Chicago 11 21 71 tUH 1 32
Milwaukee 12 10 2 IS 3 il
Minneepolls — 151 IMS 1
lrjluth — 14 — — — —
M. Louis ft 70 40 ."a — —
Kansas City — M 24 24 — —
Toledo — 7 14 -•; — —
Detroit - 1 — 2 10' — —
I'eorla — 2 i" 5.'l — —
Totals 33 3<il ISO MM « 44
£hlpm*n;« from these points:
Chicago 11 tl3 SS 2."5 130 —
Milwaukee I SO 2 — — 1
Mlnnea;»ol!s .....47 C" — 5 — 1
Du!uth — S3U — — — —
St. I>ouls 4 I<J 47 32 — —
F— * « ■•.'>- — 17 M -i — —
Toledo 3 25 <i ~tj — —
Peorla — — 3 27 — —
Totals 71 Ml 152 349 130 2
Receipts at Atlantic ports:
New-York 14 114 9 57 — 1
Boston 2 30 — 1 — —
Philadelphia ft — 4 • — 2
Baltimore 10 BO t* 9 2 —
New-Orleani» 4 10 1 1 — —
lialveston — 4 — — — —
Totals 41 213 S3 M 2 3
Eapuff frcm Atlantic ports:
New- York 5 41 « 1 14 — —
Boston . — 57 77 — — —
l'hiladelphla 4 88 4 21 — —
New-Orteans 4 .;- — — — —
" T.-.tals 13 221 81 35 — —
ICBTAU -A slight advance In the local tin market
followed a good gain at London, and prices at the close
here s>ers quoted up to 27%028c. London finished
i; 7s •;.] higher, with spot at £120 15* and futures fit
£124 12s ''•''■ Cupper wan quiet but steady here, with
Lake at 12V4C asked, electrolytic nt 12V»c and casting at
12c. London closed with copper 10s higher, making spot
{.'3 17- 6d and futures £.'.4. !>>Bd at I«<ndon advanced
Is 3d. closing at £11 lls 3d. The N. « Fork market was ]
steady but unchanged at 4Hc. Spelter also remained
unchanged locally showing a fairly firm tone at 4.4.V;
at London a decline of 2s <wi occurred, the market clos
ing there at £17 12« M. Iron locally was qul*t and un
changed, ]',g iron warrants reinuln nominal. No 1
foundry were Quoted |190f2O; No -' foundry. Northern,
H^iiflH; No 1 foundry. Southern, $17 :<ijjb. No 1 foun
dry. Southern, soft. 91? BO0918. The Kngllsh markets
wt're higher. Glasgow closing at ras lOd and Mlddlesboro
at 4*n lVjd.
MOl./.SSKS AND BTRUPB- -The market for Syrups
was steady but quiet, owing largely to limited offerings.
Molasses was steady to firm, but quiet. Quotations fol
low: New-Orleans, centrifugal, common, 10^il4c; fair,
i.-.M'-. good. I"ff2t>c; prime. 22i(27c; New-Orleans, open
kettle. 33@41c: syrups, common, 12^14c; fair. 15'517c;
good. I8#4»c; prime, 20028 c; fancy, 24g30c.
OCEAN FKKIGHTS — Sail tonnage continued In demand
at firm rates, but business was light. Steamers were in
light demand. Hates were unchanged. Quotations to
Liverpool Glasgow and Antwerp. Hid; London. IK<I;
Hull. 2J; Newcastle. 2'id; Bristol, »%d; I-^lth. 2%d;
Hrniifii, 30 pfn-. Hamburg. 22% pfgs: Rotterdam, 8c;
cot'on to Ltverjiool. per I<h» "•• '"': London, oats. Is.
...i..CHARTEUS — Spanish steamer, 1,886 tons, general
cargo. Fernandlna or Norfolk, to a direct port United
Kingdom or Continent, 245. cotton basis, April-May;
Spanish fit«amer. 1.310 tons, cotton. Savannah to Liver
pool or Manchester 2.'.« one port. 2»!s If both, and 2s
port charges. April-May: British steamer. 2.909 ton«.
cotton. Savannah to United Kingdom or Continent. 245.
May; British steamer. 1,1<77 tons, phosphate. Tampa to
the Baltic private terms. May; Norwegian steamer. 2,418
tons, nitrate. W. c. South America to Hampton Roads,
fob. at or about ISs; Hutch steamer (new), 2.014 tons,
Gulf-West India and North of H at t eras trade, one round
trip 3s 3d; Norwegian steamer, 1.245 tons. (vest India
trade, t; months' renewal, private terms; brig, 4:«t tons.
•crap Iron. Havana to Philadelphia, $2,000 net; schooner,
4T.7 tons lumber, Jacksonville to New-York, $<!; schooner,
445 tons, lumber, Fern«ndina to New-York. $SC2H:
schooner <~«» tens, lumber. St. Simons to New- York,
pri\-ate terms; schooner. 253 tons, lumber, George-town.
8 C, to New-York or Bound, 98: schooner. !-.••.< tons,
cement. IMgeville and New-York to Charleston, ]5o and
ISC respectively; British steamer (new), about 2.kio tons
net hay etc.. St. John. N. H.. to South Africa. l»c;
British steamer. l.<V0(» tons, steel. Sydney. C. 8.. to New-
York or Philadelphia, thence St. John. N. 8., to South
Africa, hay etc.. private terms; schooner, 2HS tons,
cedar and mahogany. S. 8. Cuba to New-York, $'J;
echooner 515 tons, lumber. Savannah to New-York, pri
vate terms; schooner. 4.' .7 tons, lumber, I>ar!en to Nor
wich private terms; schooner, ll<2 tons, boards. City
Point Va to New- York. $2 05.
OILS— Oottonsjesd oil was very dull ull day. but stead
11 v held in sympathy with the firmness of lard products.
The- petroleum market ruled firm, moderately active and
unchanged. Unseed oil holds steady, without quotable
change Trade was quiet. Quotations follow: Pe
troleum bWs *7 2<i. and In bulk. *4 05; Philadelphia, bbls.
troieum. dl. in Luik, (i <JO . Mflned. ca^eß. New-Y-,rk.
t l To' OJTTOXSKEU OlL— Prime crude, fob mills.
• -'.'•t.;' summer yellow. «2%w*3c; off summer
VSam' 42c- butter grades. 47c: prime white. 45Q40c;
; n'me winter yellow. 40«?47c. Linseed oil. American.
r»w (Ctrtoc- American, boiled. «.^Wc : Calcutta, raw.
"Jr.' Western linseed quoted 2c under city brands; lard
" U V'HOVIJiI')NS — the forenoon provisions were
firm and higher, with a good outside speculative demand
«i covering by local-shorts. At midday realizing caused
me reaction" but later the market steadied up and
•T.d a shade better than Saturday. Chicago reported
, '..; how and all interior points Including 50,000 at
Kansas Cltv and 2.200 at Omaha. The local market was
, ,',t*r in almost every department, especially in meats.
BtronKerln *^. quoted: Mess. $16 506*17 00; family,
iiH'nneill}' short clear. $17 7.VJS2o BBKF— Firm;
J,,nted- Mess 910 50©»ll: family. $13«»14; packet. $110
«1 "• .Vtr.Tr-:!* mess. \w,tZl BEEF HAMS— Firm;
r't.1 r*""4if-l DRESSED HOGS— Strong; quoted:
&££££ di- ISO r>- »c: 160 n>. OHc; 140 In, U'-.c; pigs.
i'iT^..-CL-T MEATsi— Pickled bellies , strong teJ:
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. TUESDAY. APRIL 15. 1902.
Smoking. lOHc: 10 rb7 OHfOSc: 12 ft. sgysg
Pickled hams strong; shouWers.nrm: quoted A L LO *\ —
Pickled hams strong; quoted 10%©12 c... V V^H'Sw^T
Firm- cltv 65ic # country. «'»P4c LARD— Firm.
quoted 10.10 c; city lard firm: quoted. 9.60<&».75c; refined
lard firm;' quoted: South America 10.76 c; Continent.
10.26 c; Hrazil kegs 11.90 c: compound firm; quoted. BH@
k%% .'... ..STKARINE— quoted: Oleo. lie; city lard.
Sl 7il< v' Business carted the week with a ood run of
orders from the local trade, and many mail orders were
also received Th. market showed considerable strength
here as ireU as at the South. Quotations follow: Pomes
tic common to low fair. 8H0414c; fair to Rood. 4 sfi4'«c.
prune to choice, sSs*c: head .V»li«',e: Patna 4 ■» - ; i
r.'ic- Japan foreign. **®sc: do domestic 3V24(4*»c.
Java*. 4*»@'4»i.c; Rangoon, in bond. 2'n2 I jo.
SUGAR— The new selling terms went into effect to-day.
All refiners reduced prices for refined sugar 6 P-"""'*;
Granulated is quoted at 4....C. Demand is flow. Orders
are tilled quite promptly. Quotations follow: Cut loaf,
crushed and domtnos. r..'J.'r; mould A. ...10c; cubes. 6c:
XXXX powdered 4!<oc; powdered, coarse powdered ana
fruit powdered. 4.86 c: Eagle confectioners- granulated sc:
Ba«le coarse and extra One granulated. 4.55 c: Ragle 2 115
cartons and 2 n> bags of tin» granulated. 4.96 c: Eagle
.-. ft bags of fine granulated. «.90c; Basle fine granulated,
standard granulated and diamond A. 4.75 c; confectioners
A 4 vie- No 1, 4.40 c; Nob 2 and 3. 4.36 c; No 4. 4 30c; No
5 ' 4 [■>-><■■' So •(' 4.20 - No 7. 4.10 c: No S. 4c; Xo it. S.!»r>c,
No 10 B.«0c; No 11. 8.85 c; Nos 12. 13 and 14. 3.H>r. No
13 3 7.V- No I". 3.70 c; 25 ITi hags of line granulated.
4.75 c' The market for raw sugar was much firmer. and
some muscovado sugar in port was held for 3c. and the
owner will store it if be cannot sell at that price. That
shows which wav sentiment Is turning. Prices, however,
are still quoted "on the basis of the last sales, or as fol
lows: centrifugal. HO test, 3?»c:'museovad<>, «> test. ZTfce.
and molasses sugar. 89 test. 2%c. The London beet sugar
market was dull and unchanged, with April and Mai
quoted at 'is . > lid. Cane was steady and unchanged,
with Java at 8s 3d and fair refining at 7s 3d.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New-York. April 14. WO.
BEANS AND PEAS — is a light offering of do
mestic pea beans on the spot and the market Is 2* ©Be
higher and firm; some of the choicest marks brought
$1 60 Medium «re also doing a little better, but are not
quite BO Strong as pea. Marrow and JU'd Kidney slow
and barely steady. Other State beans dragging. Not
much Improvement In the demand for foreign beans as
yet but there seems to I- a little less pressure to sell.
Green an.l Scotch peas steady. We quote: lteans. mar
row choice, per bushel. $2 05-<js2 10; do medium, choice.
$1 55fi$l 07H; do pea. choice. (I 57Mi©$l 00; do Red Kid
ney choice. Slliii s2 (>T>; do White Kidney, choice. $2; do
Yellow Eye. choice. *2 1.V552 20; do Hlacfc Turtle Soup.
$17» do Lima. California. $2 Ihx,j*2 JO; imported me
dium choice. *1 40; do poor to good, *1 200*1 3T.; green
peas, bags. $1 57^e?l 0"; do Scotch, bags. $1 OS.
BITTER — previous receipts cleaned up quite
Closely and moderate arrivals to-day the market had a
decidedly firm tone from top to bottom. Regular Jobbing
trade got m..st of the desirable grades of fresh creamery
on th,' basis of Sic for best quality. Firsts and seconds
crowded very close to the top, the market being so strong
that buyers were not particular to make a very close
discrimination of quality. State dairy is unchanged In
price but dim. Some imitation creamery In to-day sold
at 29c but there was demand beyond the supply. Reno
vuted butler advanced to 2!>g:Soc. more generally the lat
ter figure for the fancy standard packings. I>.w grades
quite scarce and wanted. We quote: Creamery, extras,
per ib 31c do firsts, 3«>S'3i>Vjc; do seconds. 2.54®2 1 .» l »c:
do lower grades 27@>28c: State dairy, tub*, fancy, —>H
30c; do firsts, £7H@'2B«ic; do seconds, 2. r «fi'27c; State
dairy tins etc. 2.lfj2!K-: Western imitation creamery.
fancy. 28e; do firsts. 27@28c: do lower grades. 24@28c;
Western factory choice. 26c: d.< poor to good. 2Hf*.«c;
renovated, fancy, 29® 30c; do common to choice. 2255.
28'sc; packing stock, new or old. 2(>G24c.
CHEESE — Demand from home trade dealers continues
very satisfactory for old cheese and stocks are working
In: quite narrow compass, with fancy grades becoming
actually scarce and holders quite firm In their views
and occasionally asking a shade above top quotations for
especially desirable stock. Scattering lots of so-called
new cheese arriving, and while boom sales have been
made at 11 'v •■!-■■ foe small and twins, demand is not
general, and some of last week's receipt* are still unsold.
Liverpool cable, 54-» for colored and Ms for white, We
quote: State full cream small, fall made, fancy. IBS
13 l ie; do choice 12:4© 12}* c; .1 • good to prime. U%«
124-c; do common to fair, I'fflOVic; do large, fall make, •
fancy. 12jj?12ttc; do choice, 11 la® 11 \c: do good to prime.
10^;ll "•*'■; do common to fair. 01)l"Hc: light skims,
snail, choice, lO^lOVsC; do large, choice. JHi!»'*c: part
fklms, prime. SV*«l»c; do fair to good, 606 c; do common.
4Vs &5Hc; full skims, 3 I S^4-;.
EGGS — Arrivals liberal, but many goods are goint,'
Int. storehouses direct and th- offerings for current pale
are not heavy. Western advices are very strong and
prices snow further advance here, closing strong. We
quot.-: State and Pennsylvania, fancy selected white,
17V* it 18c; do average prime. lii'-rii l<i\r; Western, stor
age packings, fancy. 18*4©17 c; do regular packings.
graded 16H' do best ungraded. lf.'ic; Kentucky. Wi
WVic; other Southern, ir. ! ».'.i Uic; dirties, l.". 1 -: checks,
14 : *.-: duck. 22ff24c; geese, 4...ir.>x-.
ri'.l ITS FRESH- Receipts of apples are Ucht and
meeting .i pretty good demand at firm prices; occasional
lots of extra fancy bring a slight premium. Cranberries
are firm. Florida oranges moving rather slowly at about
former range of prices. Pineapples steady. Strawberries
in fair supply but meeting a good demand and prices
rule firmer on the best grades. We quqte: Apples. in
set, ltoxbury, p->od to fancy. J4'«*t.Vi: do golden. good
to choice $:"{ jr. ■/•.'. 7.'.. do York Imperial, prime to fancy,
S3!V>K>s4 .'id do Wine Sap. good to fancy, (5789t460; do
Northern Spy. fancy. $.V ss 00; do fair to good, $3 7.'. it
$4 ,".(•; do Hen I>avin, good to fancy, S3 .'.oft?* 25; do
Baldwin col.l ttorage, good to fancy, $4 MHi?r(; do com
mon storage, good to choice. $3 756*4 25; do red winter
varieties, common to fair, $SVf3 2.'.; crnnt->rrle«. Cape
Cod. rancy, per bM. t-S6o©f»; to fair to prime. JTWJ^:
da Jeraev. choice to extra, per crate. *l'ti*» 2.* i; do common
to fair .M ."O'lJl 75: oranars. Florida, Indian River. r~
ti x *i';*» .■>'. do Florida, otter seettwfls, %'2 7.". : i 2.>: do
common to fair stock. $2&*2 SO; «rape fruit, per Inn.
SSeSIO; pineapple. r*U*rtda, Smooth Cayenne, per box,
.*.-, ■!»;; :,'• do Red Spanish. per ••«.■">. f2 70C*4; strawber
ries. Florida. Lawtey, fancy, per quart, >i4'ii- ; do South
Florida. c>.od tn choir*. 22#25c; do fair to good. IS^2oc;
do ptx.r. l." i 16c,
KltriTS--li|tlr:i>— Tie movement In evaporated apples
Is only nvWat.- nnl thing •■• -'.r-.i. to change In any
way the general position. The f»<-llnit Is still quite en«y
on the medium and common qualities. Bun drl-1 »r-P'*"
negl< '••'. Ch ps «nd cons and skins work nut rather
slowly at unchanged prices. Very little d ring In nmftll
fruit Cnllfornla apricots and j>*ach.'s «r» ntm.ly. but
prunes In barer* 1 f«vor. especially old stock, of which
a very considerable part of the supply consists. We quote:
Apples, evaporated 1001. fnncy. per n>. lOlic; do choice.
„!..■:,l <>. - .!■■ prime. >.;'.|1,,-. do common to «••"! <li(/
s'sc- do' evaporated. 190 a choice to fancy. f*Sei«»c; do
poor to prime r^j^Uc; do sun dried. sllc«l. North Caro
lina WT.Vic; do Virginia, sliced, 4iK>c; Jo quarters. New
York Ohio and Michigan. 4HCftHc: do Western quar
ters 4i'.1 l «c- do Virginia, 3*i{?4 l ie: do coarse cut. Ten
n ,o.. ? «. SSM^c: <lo chopii'd. U«'l per li»> n>. »1 7<rir
$2 2.'.- ■-■■. res and skins. *1 r->''i*l m; raspberries, evap
rrrtte.l cherries. State md Pennsylvania. Htfl.V:
rto Southern. 12913 ; blackberries. 7\g>>c; apricots. Cali
fornia. Moorpark. 12ffll.">c: do Royal. (HIllHc; peachea,
California, peeled 14'nl^c; ■'... unpeeied, 7»lt>Hc; prunes,
<•;-■ ■'. tt i ; .i. SHSOVic.
HOI'S — The v'tuatlon •:■■ ri to be ver>- strong. Th.re
nr ,. reserved orTerinps of all kinds, and when buyers want
the ro.-i.ln they are forr-pj to pay full quoted rates. The
scarcity of State hops Is giving them a little lead In th«
market. ■•■.■ some choice lots cannot i•■ bought at
our top iUrure. We quote: Stnte. ::>'i choice, per R>. l»e;
<1o pi me 17818 c; do mmon to medium. l-'.'-i ]»>';<•, do
IWK) choice. :■,.,!♦■. do common to prime, 11012 c; Pi
cltlc <Via«t. ; "i choice, 18© 16c; do common to prime,
ISSI'Vic: dr> 1000, choice. 13014 c; do common to prime.
l(Xil2c; Fiate and Pacific Coast, old olds, 4fije.
POri/niV— ALJVB — Receipts to-day Included 57 cars
by freight and a fen scattering coops by express. Holders
aro quit'- firm in their views on fowls owing to the rx-cur
rer.c* of the Jewish Passover holidays, which begin next
Monday evening, and ask 13Hc for heavy fowls, but deal
ers refuse to pay above 13c for heavy »nd a lower price
for light fowls, and the market was not definitely tettsM
at a late hour DRESSED — Supplies of Iced fowls
are a trifle larger to-day. While demand continues
moderate hollers are tirm In their views, and in some
Instances asked a shade advance, but to sell !2Hc was
a!! that could be depended upon for average finest lots
of Western m. 12c for Southern and Southwestern, old
roostrrs anoul steady. Very little other fresh killed
poultry arriving. Nearby broilers, squabs and spring
ducks nomtnallj unchanged In absence of fresh receipts.
Frozen poultry having ■ fair outlet, mostly for small lots,
and with stocks of fowls becoming reduced holders an
a --hade firmer in their views: We quote: Iced Turkey
bens overage best. 12441 13 c; Western toms, average
best ilVktflzHc; do poor to fair. Mill"'-: broilers, Phlla
.l<'j.i.la fancy, 2.^'o:!.'.c: squabs. Philadelphia, fancy, per
pair •..|7.-, do Pennsylvania, per n.. 23^2(>c: fowls.
Western, per Ib. I2*l2^ic; do Southwestern, 12c; do
Western, poor to fair. ittfllVic; old cocks. SOBHc; spring
ducklings 27C1250; squabs, prims, large, white, per
dozen \£n do mixed, $2©»225; do dark, $100 ... .
Frozen— Turkeys, young hens. No 1. ltt-3<&l7c; young
tome No 1. 16Vk#17Hc; do No 2. 11912 c; capons. West
ern, fancy large. 17919 c; chickens, large. meated,
fancy 13 014 c; do average No 1. UOI2C; do No 2,
7®Bc; broilers, dry picked. No 1. 17018 c; do scalded.
15816 c: fowls. No 1. ll«12c; do No 2. 7(ijl>c; ducks. No 1.
14'f/l"> geese NO 1. 10©llc.
OA ME— Prime golden plover In fair refluent and firm.
but fresh English snipe In only moderate demand. Wild
ducks tun thin and poor and selling slowly. \\ c quote:
English snipe Southern, per dozen. ?2#«2 25; plover,
Bolder wr dozen *2 25©52 60; wild ducks, canvas, per
pair *1 60053; do redhead, 7.V'«*^; do mallard. 4lxßG<ic:
do teal, bluewlng. 10980 c.
POTATOES AND VEGETAUI-KS— Receipts of foreign
nutatoes are still liberal, but the murket Is fairly active
In tin- tetter grades and prices rule firm; domestic stock
held steady but trade is rather quiet. Sweet potatoes
unchanged ' Good old onions are meeting a fair demand;
Bermuda new selling quite promptly at $2 60 per irate.
Norfolk kai- and spinach met a very good demand to
day, and prices ruled firm us quoted. California aspara
gus steady for fancy large green, but the white pipped
variety rule blow; Charleston stock quite plenty, and
meeting a moderate demand lit steady prices. lettuce,
rarely of choice quality; common lots move slowly.
Celery largely inferior, and dragging at very Irregular
prices Florida tomatoes are In moderate supply, and
fancy stock snows some advance. Green p<-uh ami string
beans meet ii pretty good demand when of choice quality,
but undergrades of both are hard to sell. Other grades of
Southern vegetables are without material change. We
uuote Potatoes, Bermuda, No 1, per bbl. *7 »><B|N W;
do No 2 per bbl. f3®S5; do Havana, per bbl, t*'aS>i "iO;
do Scot n, good to prime. per 168 Ib bag. $1 lK)if<s2 10; do
Irish good to prime. ?1 b.VrjJi! 10; do Belgian, good to
prime *1 7r>4jsl !>O; do Maine, selected seed, per sack,
I3BSB 2CV; do avi-iage prim.-, per Hack. *2 4o'us2 ,"iU. do
State fair to prime, per ISO rt>. $2 37©5280; do per sack.
$2 ir/«s2 25; rweets, South Jersey, per double head bbl.
*'{.Vi^s4- do V lreland, cloth heads. *4{jJs; do per half
bbl basket. $1 7r.<ij*2 2.'>; do No 2. per basket, *1»$1 2S;
do Delaware per half bbl basket. $1 2">'iisl 7.">. asparagus.
Charleston Colossal, per dozen bunches. $i<i>*r>; do extra,
5.;.j.*:."0 >l-> I.rime. $2 <M #:l ; do North Carolina, prime,
per dozen. «2 25iJ?$2 75; do Southern, small, $1 .rMi(?is2:. r Mi(?is2: do
California, extra large, green. *.Vn*il; do average, fancy,
!«3 sOii!M; do fair to prime. $2<(is3; l»-ets, Charleston, per
100 bunches. $4 u>*l: do Florida, per crate, $1 DOOfl 7.".;
do per IW> bandies, *40 *7 ; do Orleans, per llK)
bunches $1 M)®s3; cabbages, state, Punish seed, per ton,
«2<X&tx'; do Slate, per bid crate, $1 rxi^ll 75; do Florida,
choice 1300993; do poor to fair, $1 7SOfI 25; do Charles
ton per bbl crate. $2i952 50; celery, Florida, good to
prime per case, 91 759*2; do common, 91091 60; carrots,
Charleston per l ( "' bunches. J.4<Sss; do Orleans, per
jo<( bunches. 91*; chicory. New-Orleans, per bbl. $4©
j'iW escarol. New-Orleans, per bbl. $3@ss; eggplants,
Florida. per '"'*■ *3Q$4; do Havana, per box, $3©s3 BO;
kohlrabi, New-Orleans, per 100 bunches, $4'i(ss; lettuce.
Florida be«t per half bbl basket, J2 00; do poor to fair,
• j 2&092; do Charleston, per half bbl basket, $1 ft' Kg 92 50;
do N"rtli Carolina, rer basket. $1 .V)igs2 CO; leeks. New-
Orleans, p. 100 bunches, $21(52 50; mint. New-Orleans.
r,er dozen bur/ches, 80975 c; okra, Havana, per currier, $2
etO- onions Egyptian, per 112 Ib sack. 93*60; do Havana,
per 'crate, $2 12; do Bermuda, 12 50; do white, fancy, per
lib! $ r .iiiit - do fair to good. $3©s4; do yellow, good to
choice dry. per sack. ••'*••»»»! do red. 92WK«'93r«i;
do Inferior. $I@s2; do Baltimore, new, green, per bush
basket 5051000 • peas. Florida, choice, per crate or basket,
S-'/J't do poor to good, $I<Ssl 75; peppers. Florida, per
carrier $1 500J2; parsley, Bermuda, per crate., 60c<g$l 25;
do Orleans, per 100 bunches, $2&54; rhubarb. Balti
more and Washington, per 100 bunches, 92994; romaine,
Bermuda per crate. S0C&I1 50; do Florida, per basket,
*lO*2 do Charleston, per basket. »1 2.".if»2; radishes.
Norfolk per basket. ?1 :<*«ifl 7. shallots. New-Orleans,
per 100 bunches, $3@s4: spinach, Norfolk, per bbl. (I MB
*1 50; do Baltimore. $10*1 <*: sprouts. Norfolk. per bbl,
Cofiio)c- do ltaltimore. 00C7."c; string beans, Florida, wax.
per crate J3 s"*Js3: do green. 9200993 50: do green, per
crate ?° 2."ifr93; squash. Florida, white, per half bbl
crate' $1 SOSJ2; do Havana, white, Jl 7.'.'iJ?2: turnips,
Canada Russia per bbl. MV(rK5c; tomatoes. Florida,
fancy ripe, per carrier. 9200098; do fair to g0,,.!. Jl 789
$2 25;' do Key West, per carrier. ?l(gJ2 25;.d0 Havana,
per carrier. $I<?s2. .^
HAY AND STRAW — HA1 — There was not much snap
to trade to-day; a good buying feeling Is apparent, but
the absence of ample supplies of the good grades keeps
the market running I" only a narrow channel. West
Indian export demands. are moderate. England Is using
considerable American hay. but It Is chiefly Canadian.
We quote: rrime. bales, per I<X> ft, 02Hc; No 1.
85«87Hc; No 2. 75if9Oc: No 3, 55@60c;, clover mixed, 1
50©65 c; clover 506<30c: small bales, excepting prime,
s®loc under large STRAW — Fairly steady under a !
free supply. Long rye ranges at 75@S0c for good sound
to best bright lots. Receipts of hay and straw in tons 1
reported at the Produce Exchange at noon to-day: Hud- 1
son River Railroad. 4t51); Erie. 430; Pennsylvania, 70; j
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western. 40: West Shore. 1.0; ,
I^ehlgh Valley 130; Baltimore and Ohio. 10; Ontario and |
Western, 10; Ceatral of New-Jersey, 70; river boats. 140;
total. 1.530 tons, 130 tons of which for export. Exports
of hay in bales to-day: To Manchester. 6.35>; Hull. 3.H04,
Glasgow, ST."- Bermuda. 335. Receipts or straw, to tor.s
by river, 50 by rail: total. 00 tons.
NAVAL. STORES.
For spirits turpentine there was a moderate demand
and a steady market at unchanged prices. Rosin was
steady at late rates. Tar was steady to nrm and acme
in a jobbing way. We quote:
TURPENTINE— Spirits. 40@464c.
TAR— Pine. bbls. $1 85; oil. bbls. $3 &>.
ROSlN— Common to good strained $165; D. $I^o. K.
SI 70 F $1 75; G $1 80; H.'sl »; I. $2 10; K. $2 TV; M.
$3 l"l n', $3 CO; W G. $4. and W W. $4 15.
STOCK ON HAND.
Rosin, bbls 26 '?.^
Spirits turpentine, bbls n -i
Tar. bbls - 30 '
Charleston, April Turpentine firm. 42 l«cl «c R'«=in
firm.
Savannah. April 14— Turpentine, firm 42'ic: receipts.
591 bbls; sales. 3*l ; exports, .SB3 Rosin tirm; receipts.
1 609 bbls; sales, 1.03f); exports *»&£<*&*** A - £'. k'
SI 25- E. 9130; F. 9135; (5. ?l 40; H. 91 »; 191 ■••'. K.
$2 45; M $285; N. 93 35; W O. $3 70; « W. $3 !'•••
Wilmington, April ".-Spirits tur P/ I n . t ; n 1 ' Jt > ! hl r " g
doing; receipts. 14 caske. Rosin firm, $1 l^a*l 13. re
celpts. 53 bbls. Crude turpentine firm. *1 3..a»- .*'. re
celpts 3O bbls. Tar firm. «l 20; receipts, 101 bbls.
London. April 14 -Turpentine -Spirits. 31s Bd. Rosin-
American strained. 4s ltd; tine. "is.
I,IVE STOCK MARKET.
WEEKLY RECEIPTS.
New-York. April 14. 1902.
Beeves. Cows. Calves. Sheep. Hogs.
g^2?::::::::::::.« « » p *S \
S^i!!~e::'::f:a 5 = ™h™* I
West Shore Railroad. .. .2. ..30 61 « 3 (llr ,
Lettish Valey l.bM — J 1
Baltimore and Ohio 14i — — — „.
Scattering • ~ *""
„.„.„,., 9 764 20« 11.076 23.«9H &M .
T oTais als ia rweek-.:::::::o:^ 227 Km 23:290 22.440
WEEKLY EXPORTS.
Live Live Qrs. of '
cattle, sheep, beer, j
Nelson Morris, Ss. Hovlc - ~ r'lm '
Nelson Morris. Ss. Majestic — ~ i-^X
Nelson Morris. Bs. Lucanla — - ...
Swift & Co.. Ss. Majestic — — .....
Swift & Co., Ss. Mlnnehaha.. — , ll _
j. shamhers}* Bon, Ss. f.-ytc. . . . . . -■» W»" _
J. Shamberg & Son. Ss. Mlnnehaba.. 3U -
BchwanschUd & B.; Bs. 80r1c ; ... .-. . 5 - z 5S
Pchwarzschlld & S.. Ss. St L-iuls.... — — »"^
W. A. Sherman. Ss. Consuelo 10" __*» _jSo
Mlsccllaneous. Ss. Trinidad - 33 4O iuu
1 473 2 080 10.3 M
Total exports *•'.' . o 150 10 508
Total exports last week. ».^' r-i ; ' ;U4
Boston exports this week. . 3.304 J.W '*■>»
Baltimore exports this week.. •« l - x "_^
Philadelphia exports this week........ H« _
Portland exports this week _Jg _ 9 Vi -
To I>3ndon.. ::::::::::3:si4 &472 13.7C3
TO Liverpool "San — —
To Glasgow *" _ _
To Hull :H: H - __ —
To Avonmouth '_ . 1 2>»)
To Southampton •■ „, M '15,.
To Bermuda and West Indies .__j£ __40 uh
- m "i si 224 610
Totals to all ports ••*£» -'Vl-.V 1 -. 19388
Totals to all ports last week 3..... J.--O.J u.^'3
QUOTATIONS FOR BEEVES. ( , mfml 40
Good to choice native steers t;uv!r 35
Medium to fair native steers. «JJg - X
Common and ordinary native steers t\:,h « <><>
Oxen and stags •' I'"i 5 ''"
|P ". n ''.,or- r:amVVtVers-onVV«r ago::::: 5255 575
BEEVES— Receipts for two days were 210 cars, or
&£»& including 44 cars fof export alive 12» f of
f a ' •:-, io' 1 ,, SU ; medjum
and— n..n..n cows in m.Hlerate request and irteady. TO
ggfKgfSSSSS^
*' "■ . »r» <t^ln «tef-rS lOT ITI
wmmsmm
*"<>wton A Co.: 19 stable-fed Pennsylvania •t»*™' 90 1^?
iSiSililiili
1 fjldd 1 * ."■'• *V"'''-»i- 1430 »■• at 14 90; 3 '•• 74.; IN
M > ; i ; \v'^M v - VrtW 740 n>. at $4 rr >: 3 bulls.
707 H> at tI«K 3 cows.'lf^ 5. at $4- 7 do. 700 ». »t
*'t"",- Curtis & Bon: 1 bull. 1140 » nt 94 *> : 15 cows.
8:i ;l 2* ,-:'";-; ». .« * i» »: I do. ,<« n,
at $2 Wi- 1 *>. 620 rh. at *--"'
mi irli (M\V<-nn!v four head received ordinary stccK.
where there' wL an active demand, pries WW«« rul-
to a faction *$*-&%£«&
WBmsmmm
W5 do li* IT., at 1*30; 14 Jo. MT IT., ut *4; ■ do, .. m,
ut , s: V.' 2^rr l ,i." HH * v 'S^ Iw'Vea'l1 w 'Vea'l *iia n,. at |6: 2^4 .1., va
; 'KM^a^,"^^^^V•;« I i^ !^^.:
•'^•p.^r.iSi^lS l^ 138 rbs. at 9»»: « d... IM
$0 , 121 , V rJunf^Br^^"^'"^ 9 - 131 rts at f6K>: 2 do.
inn"' " ,-'V S:'i2i n.s . .t »»k-. : 'wo do, 113 ms.
'I* 1 ."-"-. "V V. 114 n>s at $5 7i>; S7 do. 120 It>B. at $.>»»•:
« do. IJ uiu nl at I5S>: 9i ■ .10. «»i lbs. at $4; « do. si
""it a H* 3 lloms- 151 veals, 12* tt.s. at $« R0: 14 do. 132
« J \niSi- Iv: di I°7 n's at $rt.V.; 70 do. 124 lbs. at
9635: v '> *> I2il It.p. at iSfaVIOO .1". 121 rt,s. at *..--■..
Woto I .**: 5 - veals. 152 lbs. a. SO; 42 do.
11« fbsat $«»• iv. do. 121 n.s. at 96: 7!> do. 113 lbs at
$5*7576 do 123 rr.«. at $580: 4 do. 120 .1b5. at $5; 5 do,
'' % "iud.l"* *co ■ 21 veals. 135 lbs. at $7: B8 do. 12« Tbs,:
at 96«T%: 82 to 115 lbs. at 36; 32 do. 100 rhs, at $425;
?o o«k at $4; 4 buttermilk calves l ? lt.s at i..^o.
«« '■.nnilers- 47 venln 134 IT'S, at $< S3; do. Ml TO,
at V- a do.' 1« Ita. at $500; 121 do. 11U Ttm. at ; *« 5o;
SHI do. 115 rbs. at $0: 3 do. 130 lbs. at $5; « do. 100 lbs,
at Bharmmi & Culver: 2 veals. 125 ID* at $«50; 1 do.
"N.^ton'/co.: 2 veals. 130 n.s. at $0 75; 1 do. 12.)
ITS at *l» '•«>: 2 do. SO tt.s. at $4.
Harrington & Co.: 2 veals. 140 lbs. at $..
BHBEP AND LAMBS-Hecelpts foe two days were 43
can or 10.4<J3 head, including 10 cars for export alive
14 f,r slaughterers and 24 for the market of which 13
at Jersey Cltv and IOMi at Sixtleth-st. Sheep were In
fair demand Steady for the under grades and strong for
the Drtroehandy weights. I^mt* were active at an ad
vance of 10®I5c. with some sales of the cheaper grades
-"" higher The pens were easily cleared. Common to
choice unshorn sheep sold at $4 50f<*t! 25 per 100 lbs, on.;
bunch b" $1150: unshorn culls at $Sso©f4 2»: clipped
common and medium sheep at $40?4 50; clipped culls nt
*" r common to choice unshorn lambs at $0 ijofi ?i <>•>,
unshorn culls at°ssWl 25; clipped lambs at $5 754,5.! «>:
dipped culls at $5: spring lambs at $2 •*•";;'•*■" ,'" per , head.
Dressed mutton steady nt BH#loHc par tb; dressed limbs
at lli«'13c: country dressed spring lambs at $:'.'iis7 per
C "«,.w'_v; Judd A Co.: I sl '.' unshorn Buffalo lambs. M
n.s a-eroge at $7 «5 per 160 lbs; 1-4 do. M As, at $7 30;
ISO do! T£ nt $7: State do. SI lbs. at S7 50; 10 do.
R.i» lbs at $7: "4 clipped do. 50 lbs. at $«: 40 unshorn
State sheep. 12* rbs. at $<! 25; 13 do. M lbs. at $5; 31
clipped do 07 ms - at $4 50: 23 unshorn do. *• It ' . at
$4 25-' 1 -prlng lambs at $5 per head; 1 do. for $4.
i ii Hum" & Co.: 3rt» State lambs. S9 n.. at $7fi2H:
10*' do 71. n. at $7 CO: 20 culls. 57 It., at $0 25; 4 clipped
State lamb* M lt>. at $0 37H; 7 do. 31 ID. at $8 25; 20
RDrlnir lambs, at $5 50 each; 3 State sheep. 117 It), at
«5 "so- 1 do 100 Th at $5: 3 bucks. 133 Ib. at $4 50.
Kerns Commission Company: 100 unshorn Buffalo
lambs. «2 It) at $7 60: 133 do. 71 It., at $7 4O; 250 clipped
do 55 It) at $5 75; 23 cull do. 48 Ib. at *5; 54 unshorn
Kentucky sheep, lot* rh. at $0 50; 20 Buffalo do. 70 Ib. at
$4 50- 10 unshorn Buffalo bucks, 134 Ib, st $4 25; 42 do,
120 Ib at 33 50; 47 Kentucky spring lambs, at $4 each;
» Buffalo do. at $5 each: 11. do. at $2 Co each.
J Harrington: 200 Buffalo lambs. S2 Ib. at $7C5; 190
do '85 lt> at $7f»2H: ins State do. SO rt>. at $7 60; 74 do.
7«'rti, at's7 35: 14S undipped do. «7 Ib, at $0; 21 clipped
cull" M rb, nt $5; 12 urmhorn do, 55 Ib, at $5.
Andrew Mullen: IH4 Buffalo lambs, hS m, at 97 05;
190 do 91 n>. at $7 60.
Harrington & Co.: 101 unshorn State lambs, 02 -IS, at
$7 «<». ll«o Buffalo do, IK! rt.. at ?7 GO; 270 clipped do, 00
tt> at $0 25.
Newton & Co.: 71 unshorn Kentucky lambs. 84 It), at
$0*50: 111 Kentucky Fheep. 71 rti. at $4 80.
Tol'ln St Shannon: lt.'l* unshorn Western lambs. 84 IT..
at $7' 20 unshorn culls. ISO IT), at $5 50: 47 unshorn West
ern sheep 10-4 rt>. ut $8 25; 22 bucks, 115 It), at $4 50.
s Saun'ders: 142 unshorn State lambs. 72 Ib, at $i 37' i;
4 do 02 n. at JttSO; HH clipped .',... 70 Ib. at (>'•<>": 8
dipped State sheep. 79 Ib, at $4; 0 clipped cult*. ■ tb. at
(2 6o: M clipped sheep and lambs, 64 Ib, at $5; 2 un
shorn bucks. MB Ib, at $5. . . • -'.T.L.J
HOGS— Receipts for two liars were 49 cars, or 0.000
head. Including about 3 cars for the market. Prices llrm
end 10c higher. State hogs sold at $7 25357 40 per 100
JT>; choice light might bring 97 50- Country dressed hco
fl ™lel- 7 9 | a n nde«: 43 State hogs. 1.10 Ib average, at
$7 40 per 100 ft: : rough. l*i> rb. at »6 40.
S. Judd & Co.: 7 State hogs. 1.0 Ib. at $. _•.
OTHER MARKETS— BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. April 14.-Ca«le-Recelpts IS J..VJI; strong to
10c higher. Goo.l to prime steers $« 7:»as7 *»:..P~J F "
medium. $4 StVS?»?Co: stockers and feeders. $■_• 1 •>•<!?.• ->.
"■.*" t'l *«!»♦; 1". heifers. $2.>o^*»>3s: Mm •»«••
92 a©' bulls 92 50e?5 4.-,; calves. 9»ss»9B»; Texas red
steers *5 2565« 25. Hogs— Receipts to-day. \;.<»": to
morrow. 20.1H»>: left over. 5.000; opened steady to_ 5c
lower: closed steady. Mixed and butchers . f«>»Cr?. -. *.
poo.i to choice heavy $7 2i>:s7 30; rough ti»aw. $« !«> :
$7 2O: light. '«H7.V«9t:- bulk of sales. 95® 57 a Sheep
— HecelDts ISkOOO: sheep and lambs strone to 10c higher.
good to choice wether*. $5 254i5«: Western sheep and
yearlings. *4 ~~ "•-.'; native lambs. $4 75(85.; Western
Ia c. b nriS?*Arrll 14.-Hogs strcngr. 9SSjfT2> Cattle
strong. 92.Vva5850. Sheep . strong-. $;t'g*3o<>. Lambs
B; Eaft' 4 uffalo. 7 'x. Y. April 14.-Cittle-Recelpts, 4.200
head; 15c higher for all good grades, Including butchers :
prime heavy steers. J.i »«f«7: choice to extra. **8*« **•>:
good to choice shipping. JtS 25eS»i 5»; fair to medium do.
?5 7.-..1*.: 1."., choice to extra fat cows. $o«?.> i>: fair _ to
good do $4 65e$4'J«>: manners' and common do. $3.???*^>;
mixed hatchers'. 9G«9&*B; choice so smooth fat helters.
$5 V.'it*<) in export bulls, choice. $,V:i*.> thin and
sausage. 93 50^*4: veals, choice. »<tSVfts« Z<t>: fair to good
veals $5 s<'l«*rt: common, light to fair. $4g*s 25. Hoes—
Receipts ls.i'X> head: active: Yorkers. $1 2-VS47 .%•: U«ht
do 97 10e9720; mixed packers. *7 .liK»*7 40; choice^
heavy, f 7 4.V,x57 50; pigs. $« »•••»•: roughx *♦.-""
$880; stags. $4»>Sss. ?heep and Lambs— Receipts.
14 Bik» head sheep strong: iambs active higher; choice
lambs. $740©»7 50; good to choice. ?7 2S«*I 35; culls t.»
fair Jo(?js7 2<(; sheep, choice handy wethers. *•> 2-><&st>.i<>.
common to extra mixed. *."> sfi«gs*'. 20; culls anil common.
93995 25; heavy export ewes. $81S0<62S; lambs top
dipped, 90 40096 05; sheep, top clipped, mixed. f3 -s*«
Bast Liberty. April 14. — Cattle higher: choice. Ift*"'*
$7; prime. $65O©$tfT3; good. $.-.-"■'.<'•■-" Hogs steady:
mediums. $7 4<Vfi*7 45: heavy hogs. $7_4o<gs.^ 4s; heavy
Yorkers. $7 3.''us7 40; light Yorkers, $7 2O<is7 40; pigs.
$>'. so--i?7: roughs. $s'Bs<;7s. Sheep- higher; best wethers.
$:. • . r ■ $:< SO; culls and common. 9*&*4. Veal calves.
|«;fj *<i 30.
Till: STATE OF TMADE.
Buffalo April 14.— Flour— Best patent, spring. $49
$4 25; bakers' straight, spring, $3 75® 54: bilkers' clear.
spring. $-■;©*:« 5O; low grades, winter and spring. 92 2."^
ISO: best family, winter. $3 50g5.1 75; patent, winter,
446*4 2.V clear. 93 25*5*3 50; cracker flour. $3 254f53 .*>;
rye flour. $3 2T.®s3 75. Wbe»l Spring quiet; No 1 North
ern. 77 *c. Corn firm; No 2 yellow, 67Hc: So 3 do. «7c:
No 2 corn. 06%e; No 3 do, OBHe Oats strong: No 2
white, 4l»'4c; No 3 do. 4M''sc: No 2 mixed. 4«*c; No 3 do.
4(i^c.' ■ . - '■. . ',
Chicago. April 14. — Th; leading futures ranged as fol
lows:
Wheat No 2: Opening. Highest. Lowest. clo9 ' n f;
May v::::::::3km* «% J2H «
ray i*h|73« "^ SS -.:•'
September, 73 1 * ■■- 74 •- * «*
Corn. No 2:
May 61%5M9 «ii 61% . . J£ X
July.. t;ii 4 e«i». «2 i £*** -
September O»Hi(g6l 61 *>V, «1^
Oats. No 2:
May 42 f}42M 4^ 42 .. 42%
S^s-« | £-*&
September (new)3o%@3l 31 ■» 30»4 31%
Mess pork, per bbl:
May $1*175 $IBO2H $1675 *}«?2Ji
July MSB 17 12*. ktH n02«4
Lard, per 1U) rtj:
May 975 ' »M •« 873
ieptemleV ".•.::. »»■ •»•• •« &95
Short ribs, per 1001b-
Miv . OO7H »WH »•"'» » 12*4
i: 1.r..,-:,f..;. r ..::: »» »«w !i;! " s>3 '- 2
Ca«.h quotations were as follows :_ Flour steady; So 3
S?^o^.llow?^eT : N^2 loiS1 oiS Scf^i w^l'Si
|45\cf white, 44H«4Se: No 2 rye. ...©...We; fair
k C rtr^we^rn- r s77«flr^e
;-l.v. r . contraci grade. »T »; m«» porfc pj-r bb i. 9».^
vi. »nf hleh wines $1 3«>. On the Produce Exchanee t.v
.iniri-s. 24#2Tc. Cheese steady. 12f,i.V. r.,,^,3 .'»'!.
dairies. 24527 C. Che**e steady. 1-Ui-l. tg«3 steaa> .
MOwMkM. April 14 «W unseal: No 1 N- -rth^n.
-ii.fi-t"i(- No 2 Northern. .2 l -3 l g.2.*c. May. '- •*
er«M7Hc; sample; (M«5Te. Corn— May. «-V»c
75^ rU^/^^h^nTS^c; £^S£fS^lES
»4ay. TlWrei K« 2 Kortbm B9*fc Oat* 6Mfce
*" Minneapolis. April 14 -Flour firm: first patents $3B"*?
$3 ii X second -patents, $.1 70©$3 «" "'"..^"Wi.Jg *^*J'
*ec-nd clears. $U 15 Bran. In bulk. $12. t- Ml, i.
71Hc- July. TSHe«l*e; on track. No 1 hard. « 4 » c - v J
Northern 72»,g725c; Xo 2 Xorthern. W.4«.lHc.
Philadelphia. April 14.-Wh-at fee lower; contract
,_., B Anrii S2KSP3C Corn V 4e higher: No 2 mixed.
S Site Oats w^rs^r^^^V^
Flour firm but oulet: winter -uperfln- $2 6.*»- »>. do
extras. IB »D«9315: Pennsylvania roller, clear, 93 2..®
$3 -™- do straight 93t*«9»T5; Western winter, clear.
93 05: spring clear. $3 15«i».1 SS: .do straight «£>«*»•£;
1, t.i'-'t $-t 7.v,i».1 •«>: city mills, extra, JS!»».rf.. 1... ■->
?..; *™*:i»: ■!- straight. M ««r93 »•: ''^jj*^
JT7V,?4 p. Ry- flour quiet, unchanged, at 93 23«$S»> :
Buttt> firm: f"ir demand: extra Western creamery 32c;
do nearby prints. «4c. Eggs steady: fresh nearby.
An Western 15\ai«c: do Southwestern. l.'We. do boutn
rn IV fh •(■(*<)■; New-York full creams, fancy.
™?all I2\*i.v. do fair to choice. ll@l2Sc. Receipts—
yt'nir 1 sin. bbls and 697.000 rt> In sacks; corn. 4..*0
bush-'oai- O.OOObuib. Shipments-Wheat. 98.000 bush;
corn ' 4 800 bush; ..at*. 21,000 bush.
St. I>,ut«.. April »r^o*' : ., A P* at -;'i? * £*? C^
-o." vav 7"<c- July. 71** c: Xo 2 hard. tWQ-'^c Corn
-Xo 2 cash. R3SC-. M,y. WSc: July. «He: September
(l'i,c Oats— Xo 2 cash. 43Hc: May, 42% c: July. -sc.
September. 86*; Xo 2 white. 43 1 i'??4«k;.
SOUTHERX COTTOX MARKET.
j Tone Mdg. Net. Grow* Sales. Stock.
j SKSSi vai::::;::rt A*"l 3.S » gj«
: ** auii 1 3.:.47 3.347 SM M>.7.12
< s-fml^ •*r*T>«ri» 'lull * I-. ws; •>•» <*K«4
• Charleston, nominal.... H 13-18 1 _1 —— "'
I Houston, quiet". 0 3..^ 3..^ 1"5« 4t>.9Vl
LIVERPOOL COTTOX MARKET.
I lvertiool April 14. 4 p. m.— Cotton— Spot— Fair de
mand^prlc-3 1-32.1 lower; American mtddllnß fair.
™- :"d- «..„ middling. 5 5-321: middling, 5 1-32.1; low
middling 4 15-1*1; 8.10.1 ordinary. 4 13-Md; ordinary
• .. V.V I. The .-ales of the day were 10,.W> b.l« of which
-„». V.T.- for speculation and export, and lnclude.l », lvo
Ameriran Reo^Pts. 5.000 bales, including Bfts American.
Future* opened quiet and closed easy; American mid
dling % „ <■ April. »Bt> imM —■ buyers; April an.l
MaT" I KV~«4«4 s*-«4d sellers: May and June. - «■_■*
. -I ;;- 4 . sellers; June and July. «M ■■»! M«M sellers;
„;',. and AuK 4 55-«»g4 t 'K>-tf4d sellers; August and
&mber 4:. Md buyrs; September and October.
liSSiaTellert: Octobw and Norambar. 4 2<.»-«434 3<v«4d
filers- November and December. 4 2rt-«41?4 27-»J4d buy
.,■,......, and January. «»-•••« asVMd buyers;
January and February. 4 24 .V4S4 25-64 d buyers.
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
Liverpool. April 14.— Closing: Wheat— Spot— Xo 1
Northern sprlns steady. «s Id; Xo 1 California steady,
£ Id; future" quiet; May. Bs ll**d; July. 595 9 lid. Corn-
Spot steady: American mixed, new, Bs 3'*d; American
mixed old B« 3*»d. futures steady; May. 5* Si: July,
te 'vi- Ociober. 4s h%d. Peas-Canadian firm. (HIM.
Flour— St I^uls fancy winter firm. «« 3d. ssM at Lon
don (Pacific Coast) firm. £3 1.'.!«&t4 IS* M firm: extra
India me-s S'.s. Pork tlrm; .rlme mess. Western, ,2s 3d.
l?am--«hor : cut 14 to 16 ID. 31». firm. Bacon firm;
Cumberland cut. 20 to 30 Ib. 47a 6,1: short rib. Irt to 24
It, lon* clear middled. light. Sto 34 Ib. 4*B ; lon*
!'l-ar middles heavy. 35 to 40 Ib 47» 6d: short clear
l,a. k« 1(1 to 30 It). 4S». clear bellies. 14 to 16 Ib. 4.58.
ShouMerS «auar* 11 la 13 rb. firm. 37s 6.1. Lard firm;
Drimc mesa Western, 49s M; American refined. In palls.
V," <v Mutter— United States firm. Ma Cheesa
tiV'm' American finest white. 635: American finest colored.
'4« Tallow- Prim* city steady. 21* M: Australian in
London steady. Sis 3d. Turpentine— Spirits str.ng. 32a
M cottonseed oil-Hull refined-Spot firm. 2."- Rosin—
'■„,„„" steady. 48 lHd. Petroleum-ReflneJ steady,
T%& Unseed «ill firm. 31s.
{\ailroao«.
LEHICH VALLEY.
Foot of W.-st »1 A ; f -ortlandt und De«t>ro.i«-. Street* B
•Kallv t Kxcept Sunday. Sunday LT ,K.Y..ALyNT..B
6 7.4.V 8.25. t a.lO. »«■!!>■ •
LvN.Y iA Lv N V .B
BMMIMSI : -i- 40 *«l .IS ■» *
Buffalo Local J^~ * *i "i-2: * *
wilUfs -P.arr.- >n.l Scmnton Eipre^ &SfS 111
Wllltes-lUrre and Bcnujton Expresa. tS.M r » t4.W r »
cK^ndT«r;.mV^ibui«Eip-fei:::: g» r« •«•:» j»
THE BUFFALO THAU* „J *7.» * M H"' f M
"Tickets ami Pullman accommodations at : W. »l. »■•. 333. WI and
«•»! , lW,"iwaV Xi sth Are., a Union t.qc»re W«t, a» Columbus
Aye N V f*6 Fnlton Pt . I Court St . 9H Broadway and Ft. Fnlton
bL . Ur^okly^ V? Tranif er Co. will call for and checfc baggage
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leave New York, foot llarcliiy and Christopher Stx
tsu ,',A M — for Blnghamton and Syracuse,
• lowa' M.— For Buffalo. Chicago and dt. Louis.
•1 40 ¥ M— For BuCaU and Chicago.
t« : uo P M — For Scranton and Plymouth — Buffet.
•6-10 P* M —For Buffalo and Chicago.
•8 : 45 l>' si.- for flic*. Oswego. Ithaca and Buffalo.
•2 : 0OA. M— For Buffalo and Chicago— Through Sleep
•r Ttck« n tsVt''4a»' Uroadway, Cor. Howard St.: 1.183 Broad
way. Cor. 2Sth St.: 113 Broadway. N. T.. 333 Vulton St..
Brooklyn.
•Daily.' tExcept Sunday.
r \ DVERTISEMENTS and subscriptions for The Tribune
received at their Uptown Office.
NO. 1.242 BROADWAY.
2J doer north of 31st-st.. until 9 o'clock p. m.
Advertisements will be received at the following branch
offices at regular office rates until S o'clock p. m.. viz. : 25 »
8tl»-av*.. s. •• cor. 23d »t -' 153 <tth-ave-.. cor. 12th
st • 02 Kail 14tta-M.: 25T W«-»t -4-.1-«t.. between
7th and Mh ayes.: SO3 We»t 125th-«t., 1.3.1.S ::d
avf between 7C!h and 77th sts.: l.O^tl :t«I-ave>.. near
Clst-Bt.: I.7«W* l»t-ave» near 80th-et.: IST Kant
li:.".tli-«t.t 75* 1 Trcaioat-ave.: »>r^> 3d-atvr.. near
4lst-st.; .'."4 :iil-nvr.; aiO Dleecker-at.i 325
Bleeckcr-at. Brooklyn. X. XX — -It; onrt-at.;
215 Smlth-st. t.«M>* Gaites-siTe. Newark. X. J.
— 7l»l llro««l-»t. Also at all A. P. T. ofSces.
.financial! '
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Esta»ll«heil f%f% »'••'" OOicm.
I*.!*). Will " : B '~" kr ' *' V "
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also Sto«-U and Cotton Market Letter*. Issuea
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PENNSYLVANIA
STATIONS foot of West Twenty-third Street and D»»
hmssiB and Cortlandt Streets.
XlTThe* IrnvlnK time- from l)f»lir<»««-» •"»«!
(ortUa.lt str«-«-ts» i- li .• minute later than
that Kivi-ii l.vlov* for r«-iU»-thlrJ Str««t
BtsssßßSßi »-\.-. i>t where othrr»tiw n«.le«l.
7.5." A. M FAST MAIL. — Limited to two Buffet Parlor
Cars Xew York to Plttsburjr. Sleeping Car I'ittsburs; to
Chicago. No coaches to Pittsburjr. •
>..-#.-. A. M. FAST LINK.- PUtsbUTK and CTeveUnd.
OISS A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.— Pullman Com
partment Sleeping. Dtnlns. Smoking, and Observation
Cars. For Chicago. Cleveland. Toledo. Cincinnati, Ind
ianapolis. Louisville, tit. Louis.
1.." V. M. CHICAGO AXD ST. LOUIS EXPRESS
Toledo, Louisville (via Cincinnati), Indianapolis, cni
c:ig.. St. Lonls. Dining Car. T _jt_
UB P. M. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.— Plttsbur*. Ind
ianapolis. Louisville. St. Louis. Inning Car.
5..V. i*. •». WESTERN EXPRESS.— For Chicago, For
Tole>lo. except Saturday. Dining Car.
7..-..-. I*. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS.— For Ptttsbury an.l
Chicago. For Knoxvllle. dally, via Shenandoah .alley
Route. Connects for Cleveland, except Saturday.
B^.l p. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EXPRSSo.
— For Plttsburg. Cleveland, and Cincinnati.
W.I!iHIM.TO> \>l» TIIK SOI TH.
7.55, 5.25. 9.25 (Dining Car), 10.10 (Desbrosses ami Cort
landt Streets. 10.2t>> (Dining Car», I" r.."> i L>inm< tap
a. m., 12.55 (Dining Car). 2.10 (Desbrosses and tort
landt Streets. 2.20). (3.25 "ConKres«lonal Llm.. all
Parlor and Dining Cars). 3.25 (Dining Car), »-> (Din
ing Car). 4.:..-. (Dtning Car). 9.25 p. m.. 12.1i> night.
Sunday. 3.25. ».25 (Dining Cart. I".'.* (Dtaiaa Car) a.
m.. 12.55 (Dining Car). (X 25 "Congressional Lira..' all
Parlor and Dining Cars). 3.23 (Dining Car). 4.25 (Dla
tng Can. 4..V. (Dining Car.. 5>.25 p. m.. 12. lo night.
SOUTHERN RAlLWAY— Express. 3.25. 4.25 p. m.. 12.10
night dally.
ATLANTIC COAST LlNE.— Express. 9.25 a. m. and 9.23
p. m. illy.
SHABOARO AIR LINE RAILWAY.— "FIorida ami Metro
politan Limited." 12.,-kI p. in. daily. express, 12.10 night
dally.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— For Hemphla
an.l -Orleans. 3.25 p. m. dally.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. — 7.53 a. m. week
days and 4..-..-. p. m. daily.
FOR OLD i"OIXT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7.S3 a. m.
week-days an.i .V. p. m. daily.
ATLANTIC CITY.— ».SS a. m. and 2.55 p. m. week-days.
Sundays. 7.55 a. m. Through Vestibuled Trains. Buf
fet Parlor Can and Standard Coaches nn week-day*.
Parlor .-nv king Car. Parlor Cars. Dining Car and. Staad
dan! Coaches on Sundays.
CAPE MAY.— 12.55 p. m. week-days.
For points on New V and; Losaj liranch Railroad (from '
West Twenty-third Street Station). S..V. a. m., IT SB)
3.25. 4..-.1 and 11.23 p. m. Sundays. 9.23 a. m.. 4.53
p. m. (from De.«bro.«s-3 and Cortlandt F'.reetsh ft.OO a.
m.. 12.50. 3.40. 5.10 and 11.30 p. m. Sundays. 0.43 a.
m.. 3.15 p. m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
UI (Deshros e» and Ctrtlandt Streets. 6.20). 7.23. 7.53.
- " -."..-,. 5).25 (Dtning Car). .!• ..V. I'.-nna Limited*. 10.1 a
<P>»bro— ej and Cortlan.lt Streets li.2"i (Dining Car).
H>.."."> iDiBtBSI Car). 11.55 a. m.. 12.55 »Dinlng Car). 2. ll>
(Peybrosses and r rtbnctt Streets, 2:20). 2. .*.".. 3.25 (Din
ins Car). 3.55. 4.25. 4.25 (Dining Car>. 4.55 (Dining Car).
.'• .V. (Dining Car). 7.55. M.25, a. 53. »25 p. m., 12. li> night.
Sundays 8.10. 7.53 (no coa^he*). -> S. ».."»"•. 9.25 iDln!n«r
Car). 9.35 (Limited). :> "■" 1«>.55 (IMning rip a. m.. 12.."..%
(Dlnlne Car). 1.53 (Dlninic Car). .'i.2.*. (Dining •■■- 3.53.
4.25 .1 In Ing Car). 4.-.." (Dining Car». .-.."..■■. (Dining Car).
7..15. 9.23. » SS, '.".-." p. :\:. 12 10 n.«nt
Ticket offices Xos. i>.l IBM 1354. 111 and 261 Broadway:
1 2 Fifth Avenue (below .:! : St.): 1 \-- * II use; West
Twenty-third Street Station, ami stations tool of rv«
brosjes and Cortlandt Streets; 4 Court Street. .MSO Fulton
Street. O'i Broadway and Pennsylvania Annex Station.
Brrokrrn: Station. Jersey City. The Xew York Transfer
Company will call for and -h».-k l.agKa*«- from hot»U
and residence through to destination. Telephone "914
Eighteenth Street" for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab Ser
vi.-e
J. B. HUTCHIXSON. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Pass'r Agent.
NEW YORK CENTRAL
Trains arrive and depart from Grand: Central Station.
«2d street. New York, as follow*:
Leave- New York. Arriv» V- Tor*.
•3.15 a- m Mall and Paper Train TOO a.
•*> '»< a. m Syracuse Local. — t«.23 t». m.
tS.3Oa. m Empire State Express. _... .tl<». 00 p. m.
•9.45 a m Fast Mail — .«lrt.COa. m.
t10.30a.r0 Day Express —•• t7.00 p. m.
ti1. 30 a. m Rutlan.J Express t7.COD.m_
•l.«x>p-m Southwestern Limited ... *3.o<> >m.
•2 ••>• r- m N. T. A Chicago ? P< -cjil "1.30 p. m.
♦■"■'"» p. m Albany and Troy Flyer — a..m.
•3.35 p. m Albany Special. . — ... t2.oop.nv
•4.00 p. m..... Detroit Special '10.00 a. m.
•3. 3D p. m Th« Lake Shorn Limited....— *«-30 p. m.
•5.30 p. m _St. Louis Limited »2.58 p. m.
•«<»> p. m _.... Western Express -. — •*»p.m
•8.25 p. m Montreal Express .»720 a - m.
•7.30 p. m.. Adirondack * Montreal Express- •".Ma.m.
•B.i»p. m Buffalo Special..;-...-... •T. 27 a. m.
•9.20 p. m... S. W. Special _ *7 50 a. m.
•930 p. m Pacific Express -— •9.30 a.m.
•113 Op. m Northern New York Exp...... •7.27 a.m.
Jl2!oa.m Mldnljrht Express.......— •0-30 a. ra.
•Dally. tDally. except Sunday. JDally. «xcest Mona»r.
HARI.KM I>IVI<IIO!«. _,_^
9 0S A. SI. and 3.35 P. M. Daily, except Sunday*, to Ptttiw
field and North Adams. Sundaya only, at ».20 JL. -Jt.
Pullman Cars en all through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Ptntach tight.
Ticket offlees at 113, VI. 415 and 1218 Broadway. 2»
Union Sa. ■«-.. 275 Columbus Aye.. 133 "Wast 125 th St-,
123 th St. and 13Sth St. Stations. X-» York: 338 d.2.1 J2t
Fill-on St.. and !0»! Broadway. El D.. Brooklyn. ....
Tel-phone 'TWO 39th Str»ef for New York Central C»»
Service. Baggage checked from Hotel or resid«oc#
Westc<^tt Express Company. „
A H. PSIITH. GEOROTT H. PANTETA'' ;
Oeneral Snpprfnfend^nt. G*n»ral Passeuirer A)T*n& ( -
NEW YORK TO BOSTON •
SPRINGFIELD LINE
Via. aortn^fleUl and. tfc» II 1 ,
UOSTO! 1 ! AM> ALU4..NY KAILROAD.
(New York Central & Hudson River R. R., L««««*7
Trains leave Grand Central Station, Fourth. Avaaua 494
42d Street. New York, as follow*: .O; 4
Leave Arrlva Ant««
New York. Springfield. B-istaa. 1
•i ra. 12. noon. 3-*) 9, raw
tl2.o»noon. 3.19 p.m. f1.40p»2u«
•4.00 p.m. 7 27 p. m. 10.00 > m.
•11.00 p.m. S.ll a. m. .._ 6 " 13 «.tn.
Tickets at New Tnrk Central ticket offices. -413 anl i2IJ
Broadway, and at Grand Central Station.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL
Liberty St. and: South Ferry (time from Soutll- FenjaXvs)
minutes earlier than below, except ad noted).
E\STO>". RKTHLEHF..H. ALIEITOWX AXa
MAtCH « 111 *K— «tOO (7.13, East on and Bethlahar!*
only! V .lO A. M., 1.20. 4.40 .*.*>, 4.1, Elaston or^jr> £, il«
Sundays •4.28 A. M.. 1.00. !l!W P. M.
\VII.kE«tBAHKE \M> SCBA.\TO3f-%M. 9.HMU
M. 4 ♦•■ P. M. Sundays. '4.25 a m _J
I.AKEWOOIi. TOM."* RIVKII A.\l> BIRWGAf-.
«4 (H> '.'.+<> A M. I.SO (3.40. •4.10. Lakewoo& onl^J^
S.oi> P. M. Sundays-. '10.15 A. If.
ATLANTIC city ?♦) A. M-. 3.40 P. IT. *
viMvi, vm) am) BUIDGETOS—^4.OO A- if^trai
'■' M
lum; nn \>ni, Asnrnv park. oce?a?t
fiROTK. POI^T FlK\>*\\T AMI) SEASHORE)
POI>'TS— «4 ■■■• B.SO. 11.30 A. M . •4.4.\ 6.3 a # iX,
Sundays. 900 A. M. "4.00 P. M.
New Jersey Central— Philadelphia & Reading
FOR PHILADELPHIA (Reading TermlnaD — JM.23.
•»<!»% •>..»> '10.00. «1! 3O a M.. »l .»>. -l.til, t3.00»
t'3 4O t4.(X». |'4.00. t4.30. '5.00. t«.OO, »7.00. T7.20.
JO.OO *»9.25 P. M.. '12.15 mdt.
FOR HEADI\«. %M) HARHISIU Rr. «4 « 4 29,
8.00. 9.10. (10.«'. 11 3<> to Reading only) A. M., I.2t>.
130. 4.50 4.40. ."..00 «7.3i> to Reading- only) P. M.. 12.15
mdt Sundajrs *4.25 (11.30 to Reading only) A. M.. I.oi>
. ;3 4O to Kaadlnir only). 3.00. 5 30 |9'»» to Reading only)
P M.. 12.13 mdt.
FOR POTTSVILtE. SnBVHY AM) WILLIAMS-.
PORT— I4.OO. 14.23. COO. • M (11.30 to ' ■■<•::« only)
AM 120. ISO (4.3;). 4.4<> to Pottsvllle only). 7.30
Pi M. 12 13 mdt. Sundays. '4 25 A. M.. 1.00 (13.51> t»
Pottsvllia only). 9.00 P. M.. 12.15 mdt. > - .
ROYAL BLUE LINE
(X. J. CENT.— P. & R.— B. AO. RY.^ >
FOR BALTIMORE A\D "\VASIII>GTO^— t*.OO.
•10 "0 -!i:K) A. M. '1.00. tl.3i>, :-3 40. '5.U>, "T.OO
I*. II.." '12.15 mdt.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferry. South Ferry. 113. 261. 434.
130»> 1354 Broadway. t 2 sth Aye.. 25 Union S.juar* West.
153 East 125 th St.. 273 West 125 th St.. 243 Columbu*
Aye.. New York; 4 Court St.. 344. SM Fulton St.. Brook
lyn; OH Broadway. Wllllamsburs. New York Transfer
Co calls for and checks-baggage to destination.
•From Liberty St. only. 'Dally. tDally. except Sunday.
{Sunday only. rl'.irl..: cars only.
W G. ISESLEU. C. M. BURT.
Gen'l Manager. Gen' l Pass. Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Leave XIIW YORK CITY. South Ferry. Liberty St.
Chicago. Pltuburg '12.10 nt. *12.13nt.
Chicago. C01umbu5...... .'12.55 p. m. *1 •») p. m. Dinar.
i'lttsburg. CUrs .....11- 55 p. m |l.t<op.m. Diaer.
Plttsburg. CWve. .'. 1 1.25 p. SB. tl.o<> v. SB. Diner.
•TtttsburK Limited." '0.55 p. nx. *7.00 p.m. Buflat
Cincinnati St. Louis 12. W> nt. '12.15
Cincinnati St. Loub>..... "J .V. a. m. •;■■ •• i. m. Diner.
Cincii natl. St. Louis **55 p. m. »7 ■»> p. m. BuffvC
Norfolk tl2.»p. m. tl.OO^-m. Diner.
ROYAL 111.1 X llt \l>-.
Washlnston. Balto *" .V. a. m. ts 00 a. m. Buff«t
Washington Balto '9.55 i. m. '100 a.m. Diner.
Washington. Balto ...'11.25a.m. *11.3i>a-m. Dinar.
Washington. Balto '12.55 p.m. '1.00 p.m. Diner.
Washington. Balto t1.23 p. m. t1.30 p. m. Dinar.
••Royal Limited" *3.3.1 p. in. *3.40 p. m. Dinar.
Washington. Haiti '4.38 p. m. '5.00 p.m. Dtner.
Washington. Balto •6.W p. m. '7.f*> p. m. Buffet
Washiritton. Bait.) # 12 IDnt. '12.15 nt. Sleepers
•Dally. tDally except Sunday. l?unday only.
Offices- 113 2*51. 43 » 13no Broadway. 13 Union Sqnai<sv
W 301 Grand Street. X. T. : 3 »' Fulton Street. Brooklyn:
Whitehall Terminal and Llh»rtv str»et. Baggage checked
from hotel or residence to •;•-■• -
WEST SHORE RAILROAD.
Vralna leave Franklin St. Station, .New York. «* lvi»
lows, and 1". mm. later loot Waal ... iL. .V rt-:
•7:10 A. M. — For inlrnn. points 10 Albany.
til .i:» A. M. — tl> Hudson Hit. *. ilon. t-ipr**a.
•l:Ol» 1\ M. — Chicago Express.
•. ... P. M. — Cont 1.1-.n. for Detroit. Chicago A St. '■.!:%
t*:4B P. M. l-") For liudaon Iliver Point:* &. Albany.
•0:15 P. II. — For Koch.. Buffalo. -.ed & Chicago. .1
t7:45 P M-— For Roch.. ButTalo. Detroit A St. Louis.
•»:15 P. M — For Syra.. Roch.. Nlag. Falls. Det. * Chi.
•Dally, tl'ally. except Sunday. Leaves Brooklyn An
nex. No. 1 at 710:45 A. M.; No. 2 at t3:o»i P. M. Leaves
Jersey rity. P. R. R. Sta-. No. 1 at tll:20 A. M.: No. 3
at t3:35 P. M Time tables at principal hotels and offlcaa.
Bacxasa checked from, hotel or residence by Westcotfa Ks.
a: H SMITH. C E. LAMBERT.
Gen. SuaermtenJent. G«nl Paas'r J.I.— *
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