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THE MAIJKErS.
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
N«-w-York. Mai«h 1. ijk>S,
lVej»> whits, bbls.. 1.2^31 Swartne. j.ksa ISO
S".cwr. I'bls i.V I*l Tallow. T-k^ti ... . *** if?
«ci!r. f«ck« ii.-:if i:-<s.., i>k«s " V«i
CtortsnetU. bbl« I.4S3l Hutter. fk«s., xl -* n-~i
C-tti-nrr-pa!. ««ir5...;.. 2.MIM <h« cr*, pkgs,. "* *-'i 5
Hoiainv. rk«»-". i"™ l cae«« - 4 IV/
Oatm*:.i, !;t'.» lwi. l>i-r» f( M ivmttry pkirs "'it-t
Ml*at. bash 21 4M» u»e pouit.y, -ate* ' 7«->
Coi-n. tub 117.X."' .*■.««?..* ««.»at». cases" A irJ»
Oats, trash Ul.wWiApple,, t bls... Ilia
isiky. bash ;<t.<«J<V P.tatosrs. 1-bls '" li'io?,
Malt, boss «..<»<Vi' omens. •''•-■ ' 4«N
Kicp. hKs lJfißosin. hh:».... «^
Hay. tcr.s u"». Tar. bfc^s... bbia its
li..y tona <• ■■•'■ rar. t .' .V 2
iilVicJ'. tons 123;0:taj t .V. haSs.." V-JCi*
b bu ; 10 S?
Hope, ba'e* j^IOl eouUit-J^ plsjs v:. i.IS
Plattwcd. bust H.«»io .era-,, ba'vs.... . 115"
Be<-f. bh?F 1•; -•-.. , S3h " ■ iSJ
Bwf i.3nu-.-J), ojm*. ■■•■■;—... wo
Han-s pk«s l«v \Vhiskey. bbl, SM
Uacon. pkss . j'>>. ■\<n,->r. bai.s 1 225
CMtmtats, i '■-■'■ I. \-.A< Cottora^d oil bbls... 1709
' : ' rK -" ! -*- ' lr>1 * ■•; *«••• Qi: cksllv«. r . flasks ... '100
7>rr^;ed tvv;*, No -- Uea . pig.i 0n...
La:.^ tlfraes JJ72I HMes^, 'oJ:s V.. NX)
U-t, l.rs? ... Leather, sices - OTtO
1-arJ. <«bos 310, Wine i.-an kMi two
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. Ncr. No I f «y--sli 12*4 1 Flour, ilpls patents., $nai>
1.0r.. SO. >*• X ««t.« 17?>0 I •-..:. middling ... 7.;s
ft*e] rails -...2s«Vt | (offpe. No 7 Rio .... 7*4
LkKc copper ijg-jts. . l-"> inolated. ... 605
Tin .<■' 2 s «ft 1 ■..,-•- O X priTjj. 35
Exchane* «*a 4 lfil >! i! IJee^ family 12.-.0
£pc icr ■ Blf j Bed bains .22 75
WtoeU. 2 red 121 Tallow, prime 41%
•"■orn. N9N 9 2 r-.:x?J.. 634 ! J^.rlt. ness 13 124
iiixfi *j»ts. 2C to S2 ! M--■M --■- dvrr^ed. 160 rb. 7'i
Hirf ;•-. 879381 Lard, prime 7 2*J
EXFORT3 TO-DAY.
■WTrst. tusa CS :\ Pitch; • >„ 14
<wn. basfc t.">-j^ Tar, bbta 7
O-i!*. C'-M • K. Gncd p.-t. Sals. . .3,920.21:»
ren>. Uash »M NaphthaJ eals 20.2fK)
2T a= **vui 1 .^"a- Herein*. F a!s 300
JJSi< Vblf 4.448 am»olen«, «!» .-: a
peer. "cks. . r >.S r <»:0 I rttcnsPed rti. pals. F7,fl.«V
S2 2S 1 *° t«brtcaito« oil, gals 727,
Corrraf al. M,!s 1 9«1 Pork. K-.U TO-1
T"** 1 ' tt*»,nee». bit MJ2
nat^tcai. p.kss 2.72 a Hcef. lc« 1&-5
"l-..r. "b 3£S.AOO . Becon. IT, 7«3 *7.N
IiSV. tia cs r. Unins. Tt>. lv 231400
•'. '"*".>"■ ?>'* '-7?o t^rd. n>, i.r<w>«>
O m<«:. " i«-,.r ■. Ta'.Vjw, Vb 20^000
O:!rr rt e. Tt) 3.047.«00| Oiy&f*. n, rn"o-»
gD*ttt»t«rp, Bale.. !«'<*«, TJttttrr. rh i...!. 17 sort
Boste. t,bl< lO^.r^e..^. '.b 303
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
r^ r . ., _. ■«■» v. .; March 1. 100.V
•'. m ''■"" * crre - °»f* e *t showed rurthpr nervous
:s better. :i nd epin-
V™?.^,- „ ' s<?en ' ?<1 «o ««v«r the view ti!«t th«
• tag. «r>* ti.aj
s.tor»«d tecnolca! entitled tbe market to me
olTric,. STnVSS^ Vr.=re-.-.ho ii the animate trend
k,^ IS • • * °P*sfc<k »-as i:rc*tilar at on advance of
Ci» • ■ ayrt b ttttl* fresh t uylng fer
™-'",r w.,»"r ' OPe-atCrt «ftlo : B-ere encfnjra«e<l by
r*..i.r hftt^r Vircpe^r. rr.i-^s and in* Idea hat the d«
h;;>—;'l?ri Vcilr:i " a;t h *' Jtrlsil <S*velopoient«. I? .t the
I ii»i,./' -' "'P t;iot a^'nu^anies full c.TnflCcn.-e
-r » Vi" ; - J^ 9 - tro - ;n '' >r - »'l"n Havre rfpjrted a Ot
1! '„■... .">* v - eF a »"iw«; «>f Uqatdailia and a dVe'.ine
:? v ,>•' c partial * polsts of last night's price?, in
.? ' f"* I**™1 **™ t;:<? n»rk*l ':!i!ic.J atuin on a rompa««tlvely
'^•Sl. tra>. aci «a^ dually stpady at a act s irane* of
C- »•> »; p...!r.ia. .-elps w.-:c n.uch B|l*r thnn of ! Ita,
nracrir.sr cniy LVi.Oflo bag?, or which r.nt more than
SWW !*RS «w»* <Irn« en he lair advance. B -arj : !&a
r*e*,-.ts c«r.tisu«d ful;. an<i th* world's visible supp r
isUWTOit m of Vauh 1 i« expected. "'■■■i\ available
•rixhta t»«p next two cr tbere« day*, !o show a much
*'r-s..<r ascTPate than had l<-en rtproted early In the
nior.ni of I e bruary. Tl^ bul» s«^n-.fHl to consider that
th:* sr.jivr.np .vsr.-iir'.^'.. however, and 1 .at dur
?n F tie recent lloaiasUon supplies cf both spot coffe*
em oOTtracts^bS-ve drttted into »ntrated an.i r ,wpr
■ fu! * > !il« a cor.siicralil- short Imerest haa been
crf-B.^ tl, 2i is rr.c-ie or |ee a Bcautrta* and with ;: :
£?££*£&£* S 2" 1 |-v r ""* J ;^ *'• n n«Wed ar.<l more
£•" nominal. v.i;>- quoJatJoas srcur.d 7"ic for Rio
w»7'a S ra f-f^v.« CCUtri<:l prlc " tn the local ir.a-Uet to-day
i-, . Yester
,f, f v Or-£i:l-s. Big*. L->w. Close, day.
■■ •• •.- ■■•>:. b.]T;(,t.-, 20 s.na
rrtl • 6^> '"> .".0 C.rO 6.2'H/.1.3(> C itt
j,*- v '■'•'■'• 640 6.10 6.40«r»!.4r. 6.13
« U J£ —- — — c:. -on «*,.»
V.^.. ■ ■ »® 8.C3 6.40 6.60e«-<» r. .-'„-.
* ur - SI J. <i» C.75 O.TO fi.7»tV,.7:> CM
r • • ■ >-. 6.90
"I- 7 ? <I -'-' :i C.70 r..!» :!>.•.!(.-, ,-.!«»
BESS 5-S5 fl -'" S c - w 7.00W7.0.-, fi.7o
. • 9 7..n> 7...-.7.-7.M ♦•.4.
Jtr.uary «. !l5 •'":: ir. e.sr.
• weak: No 7 Rio.
: r ",^ -^ ° : %d - 0^"". tags; Bhliwrnts
SSb'.^i s! ' H>k - ""'i^' loaffi - - l^inns-ccrf«* K..:r. .
[fee msrkm
• 100 ba^.
"«i" ' J -e*- Hainburs— O.ffee market open.*!
I m trai net -. i , ,fg i!, wef . ;
1 : t :lrck ln » a mburg. I.4«(x6oo! of which
l.Sa.'-t-jO mr» Braz.han. against L4OB »nd 1.291.000 last
DJoath, Uavr«— 43offe« market cp. Ned l*#l franc low*r
at IJ m advanced « traec: et 3 p m unchaste* to H
l35»Qb«^ r; at 6:3 ° dec H a * <I » lrar '°: tutu! sales.
lexa * "HI I 'S£r -
January .»., . 44 2'l-ir 4^oo
F^r-ry *a.» August ..:.::.::.;;:;::SS
* lart^ a : - ...4^-Oi^eptf.mher 43.M
,; , 4250 Octobor 45.75
, / .• .r>oi.\-r;vem her 44.0(»
J tt r -" t »i 42. 75; December 44.25
<*Toelc in Ka\-re. C.817.000 bagrs. of which 1.9*3.000 are
Cran'.isn; '.tst month. 2,>55.000 and _• -j4B.O<io ba>rs, re
. Cfwtivrly. .. .
'jT.« Ma-.:stirji! dtfuo of Brazilian ccrTee l»;as follows:
To-day. La« month.
Tvc-*--T<--rtr deliveries 11,477 9 112
Be- 1 >- dflivprles 2*7 °f>l
r.rt-O: -leans deUvertesi 2.218 1,329
Total rtellvpTics ..'..'. 13. 9«* 10 702
New-York stack 5.723 f.<VJ ' 3,41»J».442
BaJUmcre stock 7V.fiJVi . 919
Ncw-Orlesns stctU 1'J7.!>74 177.JM9
BtOCk at sll portfi 8.991.06T 3,7C9.r,10
Afloat t12.0U0 — 62f).500
Visible irjpniy 8.2W687 4 390 110
C&o.e t:me 1904 1.W.1W 3.180.188
COTTON — Tl.e cottori msrkPt cortinut-d quiet, with the
•eatiire. fro:r. a (pectUatire Ipclnt, the relative firm
nefs of the May position, «h.cii ci pined to be a.'iected by
njjre or less fanciful rumors concerning the possibility of
m. n;u*eie, anj wnich cimmcndeJ a piemiuni at one
Urn;; at sbc"l 3 !»i!nis oxer July, somewhat similar to
the furry carrr'.r.g Uarch abor« ihp later months en the
advance to 7.Vlc fcr that r^»sltifn last month. Final
price* s:-.o\vril trreru'-ar char.pes, with near months higher
ar..i late r«.isiti<ir.s I c. ur.cTiar.gtd. The or-ening was steady
nt &ri aivanre of 3©S point! on scattered covering, pro
mctcJ by higher L4\"rTpOol ca.h!e?. Hrhleh. In connection
with sr.rre buyirc by ccr t houses; Bnon 'iBU the mavUet
up tn a net advance of 6350 points. But The estimates fur
Ls-morrow's ic-'.eii t» were r.cui\y. In spite of iirm Interior
holders; New-Orleans was ecllirs. and '- r r, the hlsh
point rr.er.tir.red r ces worked ha k to about last nleht'a
finals Spot in er«"*p r-crit:r.utd ti !•.)>• May. however.
and various theerie* were in clrcj'.atlon cineernlne 'he
poscltafUty of May *neci;latlve rhorls tir.dlnr themselves
In c ;-osltion To have ■■ deliver actual cotton to spot
short?-, tbe portion beir.R taV<>n t* at fpoi interests were
heavily enn.mUifd for deiiverle* dvrina that month, and
were unab> ur.u°r preseut cr^i.Jltions to secure the cotton
in the Seuth. of ihls kind tver«? fostered in the
af ereoca by a rcrort '.that a f urn er bear leader had ad
vitel Uay s'-errs- to cover, as that B*j*itian would prob
tt'iy se!i m ell ab.-»e J"ly. At any rate. Kay m the after
notir. B-.13 about 14 nointa net higher, with later positions
EC" t«lnte up. The doae was off from the best under
,-rai ;i-.8. but steady, at nnchsneM prices to an advance
cf 14 r-^nts. the sains b'lne on the near positions. Bales
of fmures were .stinnt».ri at 300/40 bales.
T!:t ranee of contract price* In tfc« local market to-day
«at at follows:
Tenter-
Opening. HI?H. Ixiw, rr\?m*. day.
Msrfh 7.r« 7.25 7.27 7.^'??'— 7.21
April .........I — — - 7 4107.44 7.27
Msv 7.34 7.4« 7.53 7 4:^7 44 7.31
i ur ,". ' .._.__ 7.40#7.42 7.31
TUT U ] V TV. 7.4« 7.33 7.5^f7.47 7.32
Aacwt :::::i...:.i..r8 7.43 7.SS iff- 7.M
PepN-rber .. — — — 7.4:<97.43 41
Ociob-r . 7-.1 751 7.47 7.4. r »7.4« 7.4 ft
•Swbei-? 1 7SI T.M 7.M 7.4!>rr- M 740
IVrpmWr 7/7 7.'.7 T.T2 JStfTM 7.1 M
The cal market for ep«t co«t<.n eloped quiet, with
rr'.rt« I? i.o!rt« hither st T.We f»r rrlrtdllns; tip and and
6s for rr.ldrtl'nn r.«'« Pales. 3150" hale*. Proth#!n spot
irrk if »fre tPlppraphsd af fallow*: MeMle firm, un
charjr-d. Nt 7Uc: sal*a 300 bales; Savannah nominal at
7Hc: F'.i* bsle»: Charl'fton firm unchanged. ■«
"hie b ■: Norfolk *i»-ndv. unchaneed at 7Sc; rales. Wfl
TJa'timcrP norriral. at 7'/t<-; St I^»ui» ft»ady. ua
cfcan^M at 7'ic; eales. 225 bales: r: Iv^-ion steady.
i:nc : jnfM st 7'jc- fa'ei" WO baier; New-Orleans steady.
un<-hanßf-i' at 7S-16e, sales 6.0 <t bsl*»; Memphis steady,
1-Iflr hg her. at ' _r. tales I.4<«' b-!e». Estimated re
cp'f't* cf ... at Ip^rtinr points for morrow: At
Houyion. 7 r-O" to *:.<<) bales. «»aiT<n 8.4.11 last wpp4t
erd 3 rim ii a rt y«r»r: a . Galv#atoa 4.51V1 to 5 son. airiinii
*.' !4 li.fl wt-f k ar:<J 4 jr.. la*t year, and at Npw-Orlean».
«.<*^ to f.OOO hales scainrt «.ICS last week and 3.172
lan •-•ar.
?*<*•; «« st the Bflrta and l»'eri«r points to-day, com
ptrt-! p. ltli t):» same risy last week and last year:
I^aft Ls*t Present
Pone: T«-<ay. week. y-ar. stock.
Qiivest^, 10 IP2 4 43S «,f45 142.104
Nrr,-Or!esns 3.247 g9,I«J 0.659 211. R21
Motif .... . M 4€S .'.3 42W.1
««van-:?.h 12^1 2.fcr:S 828 4f.4««
Cr.ar! st n -.7 S3 11 14.797
WHirl-eton 2V» — 32 13,.'5J7
K'tafork -Mi) 1.027 670 80.204
Battviore — — 717 7 443
K*»-Vork M — l > 7.-.1
Borton !->, «2 225 2,»»
F'Ji.'s i r' fc : r ,t,|, 23 - 271 77.<,
V*r cv» II 700 — 1.152
Teuls .lcses 19,C7« 15.403 642 o«t7
Jri^tif.r:
*^«l-. . ...... P4» r.r^i -2 fi4.34N
»'rm : i,-, <• ■..• j 570 g_vo !«' »■"!
f t- tw.s IHM 3431 1.«3 4 .:..•«>
Q«e*ri«aU 7XI — 741 6 501
Honjtasi •: 2*-S a.aM 2.3 H «.'■ <:<»
fo;ori R^cbanjta ■•-l.il Uvp-pc-oi cable*: Bpot coltoo
s ti,.r i.;i»i..ei» d,|pj:; sale*. MOM sa m; American. •.00't.
JP«rcui*-.|.)ii j, fl( j « k |^t i.i<K). ntlddllrg upland. 4.144;
rutci«-» ept«ed rte-bdy at 4 points advance; cl««f<l steady
««..<!<. r *«r.ts h n «-r. M.-nvi and Ma -eh- April. *.Bid;
*pii!-i!a}. 4.j; Miy-June, 4.02 d: J -July ar« July
ai-S-vi. 4/iSn ; A»rest. s. r.'ni er 4.f>4d: Hcpiem^er-O'i*-
V* r . 4.03 d; O^t'.tK-r-K'.iwr.ber. 4*« Npve»ibtT-Opeemt>er
SjJJj t-etfn.Wi-jftiu.-4iy. 4 Wid Manchester— Yarn*
*Wn S »j,a BtU»«; t...,,! .'rung
/.',," ANU S»UAl<— l;us.ti«s» in flour to-day was
",''; * s b-jyers it t..i,-a iv lake hold. In view of the un
ru. v .. tul situ«U«n. Ealee »m confined to Kans£*
.-1 •= (!•••». K««l»r. wlnu-r
< -.t» »:, n«r*f> »; sprtr.«
»• ? **2> «?««*: urii N« 1 winter. $?l»i«(J U «•. extra
P^!,*.^"'" R ff Wtt RYE FLOI'R qu!e« «in»tej:
fT-»4 70. r. M >,c to fancy. »4 7a«t4 toft.
ft rA"r-i T **°P« <»»: <i'»»* 4at ?i!if2 10 per 100
it tn J ". tAL B<en<| y: iuotr.l: KMn !rH t2V>V*3 10.
r*'W Vi'l-Jl A< \ MKAt '* »' : «K"O"<: rtae white Pftd
ESL"--* 11 ' 5 ' 1 . caar»e. nrw tl ii«<«| M. FKKSV-
»-»*i i '*" ! " : ,(,. .. r .,iy ejunted: Wmtern pprlng: f1».
l» afrfv,*"!? 3 "^ M"7» rnuT <* *=« ra : rH *W. f=2 to
«J"*TT2I h^lk and strks. midalWJg.
In J?.**; *£ '£*£* J rl "''- lao m bulk. 121 ft
of°il ?il~J!i' nfi:AT -- Th * **"*« marke, .how.^l a rarietr
elr-Sr !'! r t rr>ts «'-^ay. but «r,.,r.rt jp th» a**aj«n rather
pil m £^n )r "," ni frMB tt " '" *• rM »>lk»i«t. Tro nrln*<
«-o» «u*n*i-s , O.a| th, Wsll cu..t »l«B«nt wm a C«4
! B«s»Ss?i^rS thora «•*« «n««wbted|r • cool deal
advance o?^"'^^ 00 * 81^ 4 element - On lhe <-Pe»ln»
i "'iw o^^tradP.^ wh H ,.i llW h w considerably buying for a
< r'vea ) c ftr V atter nP»a to take P r>at». nowertr"
good lJuvini |tl(l *' °' '» aeaBOB, At tnl3 level - how.vcr.
tuVn SpMdi. ,h- i^\, lnflueno ' >s ejected nlth the up-
StiU f.lr'i^- Vm' ."'" m ' :v """': ""11.l fall off
SSSfiS ft-W -^^H ?j j ,
bS^?o« ih, ,1, 1 " > ?p? p ? 1: "« slrlff a occteaK « there or
vloiurt " lh« «<«vn for five days. Encllsh markets c^.jjpJ
Himl. i c i lo . wer - p I'aris whor.t waj. 20 pp o <nts Miner
•■ *, -V ■."•'■'■, \'- " >W -V^»' was fl-m. as follows: N,,
" >.;,.. '1 '''"■' n»e^, rtr^n l iW n tt a S
«'t.\ ,1 . c ch * n f* both w,,, s from the previous nKnt
USfflß. 1 Si*22&
•-.w . nnd the mark., aevelar*! a Uj deol of
Satola'lT^ 3 Vi o:!2 |S "*«3S«io: and Trpped ['whit..'
• • V.'v ,- • - 1 -"" JC - RTB nominal. BARL.EY- Market
i..aii.v. Feedlns vas nuoie.l al MHc c I I Mew-Tork
ai;d waltinc eSesSc. of. | f. Buffalo. "
NEW-YORK PHICES.
Wheat: Or^n'ns;. Mtprh. 1.->w. a-?c. dayT
SH ♦; «* ci n 9-iB $i laji ti 14', *i nil
, 2 u! V •. 1«2 11-16 103 lulU 1(13 102H
Ucptember .. 04 94' i ' 03^i 01U Ot
| Corn:
' V", y - - - MM 53
Jul y - - - 63U 53
_: CHICAGO PRICES.
« neat :
*»■;>• l»* i i«H 11214 115 i is*
£ l!] v O' I ** fi3 3-lfl .07's PSTi B^%
Serteinbcr .. 00'» Pi v, BO 01* BOi}i
Corn:
J*J» ••■ 47 9-18 47 47-, 47% 47 l
• T ." ■>• •• 47", <5.%-16 47 ! i 4«4 47"4
September .. 4S 4S>4 47»4 4S»« 48
1 Out*:
May 81 atfi 31 31^ 31
, • ! '!- v ••• 81. :;; : -.< ' 31 ::i ■ , 31
Bafttamoar .. is'» »% 2siH 20% 2»Vi
: l^rd:
* ">' 92 fi 9S fl J»2 flan flfin
I JuI >' 7 01 7 10 7 07 7 10 7 07
! Ribs:
W«y 0 72 «75 C TO 6 7:. r. -r,
Jul >' 657 iM G35 ecu cm
Tork.
*' By 12 50 12 r.7 12 47 12?.'. 12 .r2. r 2
Ju; >" 12«!o 12 72 12 CO 12 70 12 rr,
lo^TCi"' 5 ?f,? f ,. br^*'Jf tuffs nt interior points In thousands,
; o\ - fP clph *' iS («A.O) omitted, flour bbls, sVain bush, as
«i,l .— Flo:rr. Wbaat Orn. Cats. Rye. Barley.
•luragw Jf ( m £57 ?77 4 It'u>
Minnr W » s .... _ fJ ,« i 3,i 3 , J |
IJJU'.h ........ — ■•„ o< _ o
Ft. Lours 10 M 4"* 41 _ _
Kansas City.... _ 40 44 » _ _
Toli.-jo __ «.» ,o .
«-'.'Mt ...:.::: _ i »? »| 2 z
I'eor'.a — 4 Sg = j
j Totals CO .-,?7 747 666 11 2IT
Bblpments from these points:
SJ I***1 *** < ;t 24 IC3 p« 6 13
Milwaukee U 11 20 42 — 4S
Mirr... -pr,::, ... 41 121 _ 17 1 43
I'i.l'Jth _ *»■» 5 — 1
Ht. L-Juis 12 63 BJ, (8 _ _
Kftnw. city.... - -.. no 2S — —
D.troit ...::.:: _ 1 M 111 i z
au _ j ; v _ _ ~
ie «iia — 3 «>» 34 — —
Totals 100 «•>? 374 27S "~8 Hoi
Receii,ts at Atlantic ports:
Hew-Terk 15 21 117 141 — to
JV-svn 3 iie is
Philadelphia ..6 — li 12 __
Baltlmoro 20 6 70 32 — —
New-Orleans ..1 _ 210 B — —
Ga'.veston — «; __ _
Totals 45 27 54$ 181 — ~70
Export* from Atlantic p^rrs:
N"«w-YorH 9 4; j« ' 7
Bo&toa — _ ■> —
IJaJ .tlinore 1 — 1.14 _____
Newport N%v> ?. . — 03 _ —
New-Orleans ... 2 — no §
T.Hals 12 , 44 -104 15 — ~
MOIASSGS A.ND STBTTP8 — Molasses was in good i!<
ni^.id. v.:tli medium grades Eclijn/j well and low grades
al»o moving up quite lihefslly. ■ Syrups were steady to
guleu Quotations fellow: New-Orleans centrifugal com
rn. n, 121113 c; fair. Is'fl7c; good lsj?2lc; prime. 23®27c:
N'ew-OrUans open kettle, 3i<gS7c. SYRUPS —
■I* ■,' Uir ' ttt * rJßc - «' - lOiS^lc; prime. 22g20c; tan.;:.
METALS — — The London tin market was again II m,
wi'h prices a shade blgner ex. fl.';i 10s for spot and
£130 17* 6d for future*. Locally the market was auiet
but ftPndy In tr.ne, wftti Inside prices a little higher In
sympathy with the- foreign advance, maiiin^ the spot Quo
tations 28.«0e_Vc. (JOPI'DR lost part of Its recent ad
vaucQ In the English market under increaeed speculative
Ofterin-s, with fr>ot clo f liie at £0? 5? and futures at
£<J8 12s Cd. locally the market remained quiet but with
producers firm In their (laws. Lake is quoted at 15 °"i
©13-.'-oc. electrolytic at 15.12H615.50c, and casting at
14.57H915.250. UEAD was higher at £12 5s In London
and the market locally was qu!ct at 4.45g1.C0c. PEL»-
TIIH was also firmer in London, closing at £24 L's »>.]
but remained unchanged at G.10#6.20c In the New-York
market. IRON' clcaed at Ms in Glasgow and at 4!ts .; ;
In M).dle«boro. Locally the market was t. m with demard
reported active; No 1 fcundrj Northern is quoted at
fir9&€slS 2S. No 2 foundry Northern Bt $17&0@S18 No
1 foundry Beuthern and No 1 foundry Southern sjft at
■17 7.">5if18 25. The market for pig Iron certificates on tha
Produce Exchange was steady all day. There was a sals
of 100 tons April. We quote: March. $]650$*ie 80: Ap i;"
fl««.'.li*ni 7n May. $10 Ud'S'SlG 70; June. $16 SOOSlti so'-
July. $Ifiso«rslG7.-.. **.«,./
OCEAN FREIGHTS— freights of aH Aesertpttona
were scarce and chartering light. Rates were non-lnal
Kail tonnage for coastwise lumber business was in better
demanj and rates were firm. In the offshore trade« the
inquiry was Heht and rates Etrady. Quotations: To Liv
erpool and Olafgow, Id; Antwerp. l@lUd; London lVjd-
Hull and Blia*.ol, 21; Rotterdam. 4c: Han-burs: 35 nfs? :
Bren-en. 30 rfK*: cotton to Liverpool, per 100 rb, 10914 c;
London, oat*, nominal. CHAIITEHS British Fteamer.
1.21S tonr, phosphate. Port Ing! '.s to a French port, pri
vate terms, prompt: steamer, W~2 tons, coal. Philadelphia
te Guantanamo, private terms; Norwegian strainer, 1 IH'I
tea*, svgsr. north e!4o Cuba to New- York or Philadelphia
BH«: Norwegian *leam«r. CSS tons. coal. Perth Ambi ) to
Halifax, private terms, Korwesrtaji Inrli. 352 tons, lumber.
Baltimore to PayFarrtu. FlO: *ch(xirer. 643 ton*. t!ps. St
t-irrfvn to Havana. 19c: schooner. 639 tons. coal. Phila lei
ph!a to Papua. $1 30: bark. 3 c f> tons, lumber. Ffrnandira
to Prfladelphia or New-York. $.1 (ortl^n 3 .t;nri, *H2K>;
schooner. 422 tons, lumber. Satllla to New-York. $.* 25;
bark, fll tons, lumber. Brunswick to N>w-York. K>;'
schooner. 375 tons, lumber. Pavanrah to New-York j.*>:
scin'or.er, 921 ten«. l»Jinh»r. Port Royal to New-York .*.". •
bark, !".0«» tors, cat PhllafleipTila to Charl««trn. $1. and
bark. lumber. pM^te terrr<«; Fchor.ner 1«»7 torn .- ..'
Phl!sd2lphla to Fl'zanetn City. N C. tl; Fchoor.er. 1.8(O
tons, «oal, Norfolk to Boston or Portland. 7"c. ■ twelve
days.
— Cottonseed oil was more active to-day at s'early
price*. OfTerinr* were Hr>-lt<-r>, and were pretty well ah-
Knrbed Bnainrav v.-as rhie"y «i'»c!iiatl' - i». !?•>'?•« >nn
Mils May at '-!flV;c. 1 100 bh's May nt 2<*^ie. :-: 1 o bbls
May cml '""«0 bblr July nt 27c. 1.300 libts ji Iv »t 27\4c
ft>o b' Ii July at 27 S 1 ". 800 hbls Ferterr.ber nt 27Hc. l.nro
bb!« Sep'.ismber at 27% c and 100 bhl« September nt 2 c c
Rf fined rp'rnlp"m was «nlet nt t«rent rjrurps. I,tri«p(»rl
Oil was al«n o'ilPt nt l*ie nrevlmis night's fuotn?ior« \V«
ouote: PKTrtnLKl'M—^tanrtuM wM!». bbls J7 2.1 and
Ii btilk. $4 ar>: Phllar)c-i->la bh's. f7 20 and fr'v-l';
*4 30: refined. «■(> Vevr-York. ?9 PS: P'liHdelr-'iN ft) JOT;
w»'er arhlte ,Vfw-Vw|{. bhis. l!«n ten. «!.-.'.",. »rrl in hulk!
fR."W: PMledelpMa. t.Vit!. f 9 rtt. 3 ri In huHc. "';<> w»tp r
w*lt» ravp*. N>-.v-Y«rst. 512 ft? • Phllnrlf I^H':, «I?5V>
rOTTONPnKD on Prir-e oruae fob mi'la. \U"-ei
20HC rrtr..» Batnma? rellow. M-rch yUKTc; Anrfi
?r? r3 4 «0j, 4c: May - 27^27'4<- : .inly, STV4»27Hc: Pfntpmhrr
27vj*'2 c c: ofT tum"ir r tpl'ow. n«n»«»naJ: prince white ?Pr
prime winter ye'l-w. Sic. I.lv?Fm Oil,— \merTr-on
•erri r-Itv raw. 4"'"-4<- „., f . t"wn. raw. 43^-44c: Cal
ci'»t^. r»w T'n T->T>r» ott,, ro*»<>lp
PRIVIiarnKS-Prof^.in,,,^ *oM ribs, and t*e m«rkrt
b*A an easy trend parly In the rtn-. nnrtlv with .craln
Mowed hv recmer'pw in the a''»Ti«xrn and ? <^«ndv
elf**. Chlcar» hail 33.<v>0 hors anrl » »^^t»>ri 35.009 m '
TT-u-^xlay. Tp-terr. receipt* w»rp M rWI h»ad. !n-i-i^'n~
• OTO et K«pm« i-jtv ai-rl 12 O(V» ot Omaha. P^n'"
R»*a.<lv Oijo'p-"- \ir^ *1? —',-,;* SO- raml'.y H44jrtl»:
'"■ft rIPB-. *13«»Jtr. 2?>. REEF- Finn Qar>4«il- Vp-« *!?«?
f 9 M» 'am!lv »tM*"l - nr v.t *n-««i?- pxtra ln-"n 'mm
»l'a*sl»« BFP,p n IMS— Ousted at X?2e?23 .'0
pPTpcTTT) H<y"7 Fi-n. Qurt«-!. naron? 74"7 4" is.-, Hi
« T ir: iiv> !»•. 'p-- 14« TT>. Tip: rICT.. -%&7%r. ri'T
MB.4TS— Plcklp. bent** •t»adv Qurtpd: FmokinK 7'ic
10 Tf» "Vie: 12 th. 7>4c: 14 m. 7>>. FM-kl»d !-hr>uM«T»
anea'na!: <-u«t»fl at Be Pickled hams dull; f»u«»tp<l at
fIHfKV. TAl>Tjr>w_oui»t nty *%c; «-*»ur«ry 4i®mc.
LARD— *tPady. Qu'lpd; Chicago prime steam TaV: m ;d-<*l';d
<*l' West prime. f1.90«v r|ty la-< 1 »iiiet: nuo^rl at »>4c
Rpflncd lard sipsdy. Ousted: Fmith America. 7.7.V; C< n't
arm 7.2Ra: Brß7ll kpe*. T.«o C«rp*utnl firm: /liiofed
at 4tvfl«lif HTKA RINK— Firm. QuoUd: Oleo. o*;@7c
e)ty lord FtMrin». T<**M
Rice— was firm with fairly active t>iirlnpni here
and «.rtlve trrr?inK st the Keuth at full prices. Qnotn
tlor* follow: Domestic, r.»d|rarr. ?,*t3*ic fair to i"o<1.
S'*ST-3H«: nHine t« cr-o'ee. :r.T4'ic- hpad ii I'''!^'..'1 '''!^'..'
Prs»ri». r.U^.Vle: 7r";>r> firplrn nomlrpl: Am rt-nipstle
STdf/Sir; Java. 4^.!!Tf^r-.- Rangoon In honri. 2",^2'4p.
Fl'OAtl— Pe(ir*H sn»ar was un.-hanjfod with hirsinpp*
O'Jlte native rrii»»c nu'lnl are npt less I r.rr pent for
cash iit>H r.' per 100 Th from Involve: no further rll«co.irMi
or rratn't'pn: r^t loii 1 " Hid rru<H<vl. 6 7S^; rrm-iM A
«4«r : rah**. 6.8^?: VXT3C <V-r».l «2^-- rowrt^rpi.
r'.fiiT'' pnw)»rp<l ard f«-u't r»"w^"»d fl Inc. n*~lp <•,■.«»«.■ -
tli-rrr« # rraT»"'«t»i'. >aY: ITairlp »<•>.,.■*<; and extra. (In*
rronulafpil « If-- Fade 2Tb „a r t."i« 2-tr, hairs rn ■' f-Tri
liar* of fi-p rrantll-rerf. « •*!•• Raria flnp o' *tnr<l«r<l
rranuixtP'l srii rt!»rT.prrt A «nr.c- rr -r*fft'~,~r T .- ». r.f.')'-:
N<» 1. n "<v v n « 2 ar-«1 .1 ****■ v-, 4 n r.">^- v,, ri n ri«- :
"V « 5 4Srr N<» 7 ft •*•< "■■-. • r "A»: No » S Kte'- No 10
n?V: V<% 11 MUD; Wo 12. Km*.; S v, is 4 »<<• : ' N«. 14
«n1 If.. 4 JMV The local rr.o.\/ . for i->w mit'»T rutMl
Ft»jlily with f"ll prlr«-pi ..r.t»: w'th r. "t.»r, wllltnr to
t?li# **me p»"<Ht. Nil bwHieap was chp^lcPi hy Malted
Offprln»B. T>nly f»»M r.Hce» w^re qnot«><l af rMli»w»
(Vilflfll «V* •» ' *• ri(r- t~u«,- ■••n^o «»> |»«t 4«<i- -r»d
rrni* «*p* mr»' *1> liei 4*! c. T' • I,or.i1»»( *>ppf pnir»r
p-»>'V»t «•» »:^rlUd higher at 15« 31 for March and 13»
IWJrJ fur April.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKET.
New- York. Mnrr»i i jnofl.
|Tf»AN!« AND rW«H—^»»« r---v»t la ,(,(.»(-. » "•"<•
rs«l*r t"*« «n <*nn»»>»tie i»k bmn« iitie to pentlnued iilow
fT-»«<'.r* arw! •«»ln»w^^l• t«-»B.v»r \V»«t»rn advU>«* J'h'.lnit
,]<,> »'t- tri'lnly »i *? hut t« »>■ "»n hr ba'ifht In evrWttri
lain for lew "Me^lein. *r* w»IJ (■'i« > »!n»>l Murmur
ntra/t*- »*»* w»«n fancy b-Inr *« IS Wry tittle 4H|)« In
red h'ldfley. •tw'i etli»r St«'# r>»»»n «re oul#t I )' ■■•*:»
l!m« «»♦ *tr»nc «n1 It la ppsi«fh'« 'hit r,.ir /it, ft t«fi«n
m'irht he f»ro#it»^ W» n«^l»' B^AV^.. nui'mf. 1"<-,».
«ho4re r~- b-!.«*» ■«1 I*: "1-, m»rl..m. l«04 12 rw»? .'!2'.i
do pt-n 10M $1 »7«-4<Ts2: do red !«l<«n»y. IM4 52 «T«Ti«? !»■>:
<!o white kidney. I*M. *» »•: <•« h'»ok t-i tv m tip SI 2";
dn yrl'ow •>• !!«'(. $2 SO: do limn California, f* SB;
On^KK'N* PEA 3. Svetch ISM baits, per buiih. II 07 %>$
BUTTEF— nec*lp»« H>-4«». 2,771 pkjr». Th» ,i»cllr« at
th« clone of la«t «»->k »«!l«-i1 to rHr lh« rean>iH thru wmo
atith-lpitf:.! and under very slaw tradtns and •om» «o
ctimuißtlon of »tc*k print* f«-ll vUW tower mtuln tn-r'^y.
Under the call «• 'Cmnce I* tui->i »xtr« itmii iry «..'u ul
3lc i.vi buyers were unwilling to lk>t* »ny in«i« mi unit
!,...• »:.- i..« oTQvtiaJ » . i. **• tvw«i*4' U »■-- •*
KEW-YOTUv DATLY TPJIU'NE. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1905.
I that h«»M there wa» a Mttla more ln<iulry, with a slightly
belter feellrr at the close, and some sales making on the
M market nt 30V4c Cndericradcs of ci( an cry are lower
• !so. but the reduction Is not so gieat as In the hig*i priced
foods. Storage creamery weakened In sympathy with
ftfsh. hut th« claw of trade that buy* this grade of but •
tor cannot DM fresh jco:s at present, hence, storaga
K<.oSe ccmtr.and a relatively full eric?, say 90c for fancy.
Imitation creamery and lattery are a little lower and
weak, and renovstcd 13 al»n easier, though the official quo
tation mi not changed. We quote: Creamery, extras, per
n>. .'Mxii.'i.Cip; do (Mercantile Exchange utticlal quotation,
extras. 30c) firsts, 2S»c: do seconds. 37628 c; do thirds, 25®
We: ■!•> held, extras M^.TOc; tin firsts, 2S>- ; do »eon.-!s. Stl
?i'2"c: do thlrcs. 25c: lita'.e .irv nit.M. firsts. 88Ci do «cc
onds. 2K^270; en thirds, ■ - '•■; Western imitation creua»-
I fry. extras. 3HQ2Sk>: no tlrsts. i.':^27c: do second*. 24e"JBc:
i do tiuras. 2»i.'rJc: Western factory, txlran ii c; do firsts.
JMfßOcj do aecon i; 22G24C: do third*. S0©21o; do held
fasts. S4o; do pco- :i Is. 21i(#23c: packing slock. No -. "t?
Ui-. Co ?c«j H. 5049310.
CHEESE— lvi Ipta to-day. 477 boxes. While the »p*cn
lathe demand Is ieisj live than of late, there i* a
continued Ci«d dlstnlintlng outlet, and. w.th stocks in
comparatively nariow con .-.^!« and will ur.ui r control 'if
the few strong holtSeis, and veiy little more cre«e to
come forward, the .'"ln : It quite firm an.i confident,
though the ward tendency .if prices has evldvnly b--n
checked fur i^e moment, hi leact. Liverpool cable. .>23
for fln-:n white and Eoa> for Bneel colored. Wo quote:
Stale, full .-1 am, small, colored and whitf. fancy, 1 -*•■*;
I do fine. 13'/ic; Jo late made colored ami w!i te. choice.
! i'- 1..'.1 ..'. 140 "1 1 to e0.«3. llr*©l2 l .ic: do poor. lOUlSll'ic;
| do laigfl. colored and white, fancy. l.ii ; do fine. IS 3 *®
; ISc; do late male, colored and wtitr choice, UHc; do
fi'ir to food, 10%OU' ■■■: do poor, 9%@10V4c: «lo Ilglit
I i-kim?. *rnali. cl-.ore. lUftlOVie; do prime. «Uf?3'ic; do
i part iWire, prime. SHOSxc; do Rood 83>S',ic; do eomnton
10 fir. (''i^T'ic. «!■-> full e'k ms ■ifJZic.
ECGO9 — Rtreipts to-day, 4,01.4 cusps, Everything was
lean up closely yesterday a::,' lome dealers comld not
■ git enouarti for v gent want To-day the enortape con
' tnue», ;!i ,■ hlle inrger supplies and Sower p Ires are
locked for Foon. the present scarcity gives holders control
at valves and prices .ire higher, with rarely enough 51" k
to go around. *>■> nuotc: Elate, Pennsylvania and near
iv selected white fancy " ■■. do choice, .'!* m : do mixed
far.i\-. Hi 856; do ti Bts. SSc: do Western fi:fts. :r.c; do
second*. Z2c: do thi-cls, 3d«V3le; Kentucky .'5''(!l"3o; do
Sou: horn r!>T3?^: dlrtie?. 27'<73<V; chrcjis. 3:>®2<V<.
FRUITS — t.T:iiT>- Demand fur evaporated apples is
moderate, but Ftvlctly prime held steady. Sun dried
apples pi nt? and weak. Chops and waste steady but
1 (jnl't. mall fruit In light FUpply. California fruits
t:nrh'rg. <i. U> quote: APPLES, evaporate*, fancy, per
lh. 7c: d-> chnlce. <-ii:';r: do p-ime per l«l tb $5 403
$S CO: do common to good, per tri. 45T5Vie: ,ip Canadian,
lun <J:ieJ. quarters. 3H®4c: do j-'t'ite and Wrs:<»rn. sun
dried, quarter* coarse cut -" i' 73 l 4l 4C > ; da Fouthern. cuj
■ dri»-d, coaree cut. 2\i@Za; do chi p-irrl p.-r Un Ib, $1 •'''■&
*1 60; do cores an,l rkins. $1 li--tSI 25: CHERniES. per
Hj. 13H^14Hc: HtTCKIJ'rBERFtES. Il<Rl2c: ULACK-
M RRIFS, '■•'.-rr.-; RASPBERRIES 2OS!!3c; apkicots.
! California. M«otpak. )ifj\4c: do royal 9^llc; PEACH
, 88, OHfernta peelvd l.'fflf>c: do unpr> '■ OS'JSc;
i PRt'VES, California. -2^ir%c: do Oregon. fi'i(3r»ic.
I FRUITS — FRFKH — ApJ*°«a in a'l.-ral supply and weaker
I under dull trade. Cn nberrlei ! eld with <X)r.fl<lenee.
■ Orane»« sli«-,v wide ranire In qual:ty. Pineapples dull
i>nrl weak. Strawbenirg In !i_!.; receipt an.l nominal.
V>»- quote: APPUCS. Jonathan, hand pi?!<e<l. p-r doriMe
hra-J Ibl. $200^JS60: do Km?. Northern. $2 75^53 3';
do Western Jf#w-Ynrk, $2 S(l ;i 1 25: da Splinters?.
*■"' ■■■!'. *2 Tr.^jprt .".<>; da Western New- York, $2 60353;
di Spy. t2S*3- do n,>n navis. Northern, 5t60992fi0; do
V>"(storn .\.-.v York, v ; 2.---,. .:.' Jo Bnl.lwin. Sort horn. Jl ."•0
652.V); do Western New- York. $1 ?-■'-.« L> 2" . do nrfpnln^.
Northern, $1 ■'>.►■/ « i 50; do Western New-York, $1 25^*2;
do No 2 and ;ro«i*.l stock. $!iSsl 2.": do as to kin 1. In
bulk, i .•.- !.-■> m, .<:■'. si 80; CRXXBEHRTES, Capi C I.
per l.i :. lag^S; do Jersey. prr hM, ?iVS-.«fl r>o: do per
eraie. Si .'.>■••_ ORANOFS, Horida per bos $1 ?ng>
MM; TANG RtKES Florida p^r strap. $•_' 50fliJ4; JL\N
n^UINS. R^rrtrta, r^r Ftrap. si :,/■>:■ OR»PBFRUrT.
Florida, pr box. ?!'.•£■;: PIN^APFLBS, Klorida, per
crate. }1 258*2 23; STRAWBERRIES, Florida, per quart.
HOPS — Thorp hci been a llttla more trading and the
> tone ia a toade steadier. Holders of remaining K'ts in
i this Ptnto 3n il on the Pacific Coast are Inclined to bo
: Him In their views at outside prl?es an.-i offering apsvr
! Intrly. ;■' lelgn advices irlthout m w features, We quote:
■ State. lfl>4. choice, per It. 2fl©.loc; do good to prune.
CTfi^Sc: do common tr> fair, 26626 c; do Paclfle Coast.
1 V.nM, choice, 20JT3UC! do koo! to prime. BT#2Bc; do IHOa,
choice, 2S<K!Cc; do old 01-1.--. ll«12c.
HAY AND RAT— The market I* firm. under
11- 1.1 receipts. The <l«-rr.arii 'a Road, but few sellers can
011 a ge orders ow'r.p to limited arrival? ' Clover (trades
Karce, and wanted at good rates. We quote: Prime.
'• -.■•■ bales, f< % r 100 Ib. fc.V: v,, 1, TT'jti'tHOc: :< > 2, Vilify
7.',-; Xo .", eSHOSTHCi Fliipv'nß. ;,:,;;:(*•, clover, ml • •'.
! Cs©7sc; do r!f-:ir. G5#R7Hc. STRAW — i ant rye sciroe
I nnti Mrm, nn>r wanted at *1 «>*.fisl 10 per ion' n>. n»^e!pt»
of hay anrl straw, in tor 1 -, reported at Produce Bxchange
ru noon to-(?;iy were: By Hudson River Pallroad, 70;
West :':,-■ 40; i-:m<\ 20O ; Pennpylrania, 100: Delaware,
Laclmwaima Rnd '. Mtern, CO; Da'.Mrr.ore and Ohio, 80;
Centra] of N * Jersey. r-O: from Texas. 10; to'.al. 850
trn.--: tntal for week, B «'.'!< i tor;.- Ri lpt« of straw, Si
tons: <■ 1 1! for week, M 0 tons. Exports for week. In l^ies:
T.i Hivar:a. i; 1 .;: Bermuda 272: Cardenas. bO: Santiago.
"77: TrinJda>l. :<fT: vp-inu<= 55 : total 1.714 hTles.
.■•!■.-< AND CREAM— Th< Exchange price cf milk re
main at .t „• ,1 quart ntt to the shipper in the 28c zone.
The receipts of milk bb«l cream in M quart cans for
the week encoj February -'5 were as follows:
Milk. Cream.
Brie 3d.1K.-l I.' •■ "
f:i.p.n:tliarna 1 8,142 !-"•
W*st Shore 14 348 73tl
Lsckawanna 36.C82 2. 114
N.-u-Vr,rk Ctntral flong haul) 3H.150 I.tUO
Niu-Yoik '"-.■ 1. (Harlem) 8.615 80
Ontario „ ,■;:: 242 1,900
Lchich Valley 13.174 -ii'>
New-Haven 7.783 —
Other sources 4,4i>fl 145
Total 204,167 8.0(U
ALIVE— Receipts to-day Included 6 car
loa-is of Western by freight and a few scattering coops by
express. Euppl|e< are coming forward quite Flowly, and
cieaninff up mptly on arrival at stead] prices,, but a
considerable quantity <-f delayed itock still out. and less
than half of the reported recoints for the week have
I shown up bs vet. we quote FOWI^S. Western. per It>.
, Hi. CHICKENS. Western, per ' rh. 12e; ROOSTERS,
1 Western, old. per It.. :> : ..,-; TURKEYS, old, per m I.V;
DUCKS, Wost'Tii. average, per P'alr, 7098Uc; do Southern.
f.Ocar»-,c: GKI'SE. Wei«t*rn average, per pair. *1 H7g>
?1 C 2: do Bouthern. $1 259*1 "7: PIGEONS, per pair. 200.
ESBEI>- Supples of trend k lit-d (owls mn mpaj*-
I tlvely moierate, but ■ considerable quantity «f Southern
I nnd B uithwc stern stock exnectai l to-day did not get in.
Demand continues exceedingly slow, and prices barely
I steady. Fresh killed turkeys very scare and choice grades
firm, but the ft iv coming k n- rally si ->w irrtjrulnr quality.
Scarcely any desirable fresh kiiltJ chickens air.vlng.
Canons pretty well forward f' r the season. Squabs very
duli and tveak. Frozen poultry only moderately active.
. but ce?!ratl<? grades firmly held We quote FRESH
t KILLED— TURICETS, Western, young tows, young hens
i and mixed wetirlits, average best. 20®21c; do po >.1 work-
In? 1 :■. ■- 18®19e; do p .or to fair, ir^l7c: do eld hens.
, 17HC>18He: d-> old tents. ITHftlBHe; CAPONS. Phlla
' phla, large, fanoy, per Ib, 23954 c; do mix*d weights. ISO
I gOc: do *rra:i and slips, IBCITc; do Oh.i and Michigan. 7
' to 8 ib each. 1992 do 5 to 8 lt>. 16«18c: d 1 other West
1 em. t; to 7 II j each 17018 c; do small an^l slips, 1451"c:
: CHICKENS. Philadelphia, 0 to 10 Ib to pair, per ft i'Uff
' 21c: do mixed sixes, 16A18e: <i» other Pennsylvania, 7 to 8
' rb to pair, fancy, per Ib, I 7«; do Htate and Pennsylvania,
1 mixed sties, M ./!."■. . do Western dry pickvd. average
: best. 139140: <!• Ohio and Michigan, scalatd, 13914 c: d">
I otlifr WtsKsrn. scalded. ::.;,.. .!<- Inferior, IOQISl*;
, FOWLS. Western, dry picked. 5 Ib an.l over. each. p*r Hi, ;
■ lak-c; dc avriatre run. I2Hc; di Ohio Bnd Michigan,
: scalded. 13',TiC- d* oth":r Western, scaWed. 6 »■ and over, :
; fcach, 13' : c; do avrrr.s 1 ; run. 12''<"12'2C; ■-'■> post (■• far. 10 .
1 B>llV4c; do old cocks per Ih, 9Mi«lOo; BQUABS. prime, !
' large white, per dozen ?:'•'.*:: '£,-, do mixed. $2 r-0; ,10
dark ?2. FROZEN -TURKKTS, Wo 1. per n«. 2Ws2lc:
' do No •_• ltW17o; do "II toma. lSi?TlB'-ic; do old hens,
, IF-jriOc; BPOrUBFS. dry picked. No 1. per tb. I«lf20o; da
resided, le^lPc; CHICKENS roasting, soft meuted. per
: Ib 16c- (Jo average. No 1. liftlSc: FOWLS, No 1. per Ih,
i 13' c -".i No 2. B®llc; ROO6TEnS, old. per m. 10c: i
i DUCKS No 1. |-:r Ib. I6©1«c; GEESE. N I. 12<M3fl ;
■ GAME — Rabbits ard Jack rabbit* In liberal supply, very ,
i du'.l am! w-nk Wo quote: RABBITS, cottontail, per
: par '2V4On. r .c; do jnck ibb:ts, 2"' ;i 4<)c.
POTATOKS AND '"E3BTABLES — Irish r"tatoes are
1 gMshtly higher, but tl.» market Is burdened with common
! F^a^f-s which drag »* low figures, Sweet potatoes held
■ firmly when fancy, Domestic onions firmer. Domestic
' c:ibl>a(ire!< In llt'tit supply. Norfolk kale and spinach f-M'l
1 well, with lntter hlgtier. Florida string beans s!l«rritry
'■ l«.wer. 1 lori«Jft lettuce quite plenty ar.l weak. Otner
! Florida vegetables In light receipt and unchanged in
1 rice. Cuban frgrttablas show Irregular Quality and val"i«.
No Important arrivals of New-Orleans vegetables. Cs I
fo-n'a cr.u!ino*vcrs in g»od demand. California asparapt>9
selling well, Other veg, tables ranee a bain as quoted. ;
We quote: POTATOES, State nn-1 Western. In bulk, !•>" <
IBfl ft *i '•: -I i*2; in r<>r l««-rh ba«t. si 2r>«--*1 4f>: do ]
per iro-n> bnr SI 2r>ri»l SO; do l^np l*lard. in bulk, per
I^o v>. n.v,<t': do re- l'f»-rb bag. $1 .'(>*«•>: d. Jf-n-r-v.
tn bulk, per leol c 0 R>. $1 I'-'tT^l f0: do pr Mi! or bac. $1 l.'>'*
«l 3*: do Maine, per lPft-m bag. t\ Witt*! N>; (in Bannn ! 1
No.l. pec bbl, .•.'■?TSrt: do Havana. No I, 14 f0; do Per- 1
p-vda an.l Havana, No 2 'S#4; IWr.vrT POTATOES. :
Otimlx'i-'-in'l County. N J. per bbl, YAfit I r*»: do per bas
ket. ?1 2."if^l 7.": do Forth 3*T**y, rer d"«'h'e-»ieiil bt>l.
f2 SO'iJJ4; an yellow rer H-bbl ha'kft •$1 I.'<Jisl 33: do '
No 2. per barfc>f. TS?#>l API»AT»Ar}I'P. ra'.lfornta. per i
cjo7en h-inche- J2O •> "•ri;'t""''-« Ca'lfcmla. per •»•-«■ n, !
T.'-r^T- I S5: BFTTPSRIiS Pr"OT'T3 per nunrt. in«??rt-<;
nrETS, OrtMUia. per 100 bi'ncbeji ttltoU; do Ilii'n.
per Mate *1 fsC*l N): il o Pe-n.i'da 7PoSt.*l: do o'd s*r 1
hbl H<J*l *: CARROTS, Rermv>ri.-\ »»r crate. 7r<*!"l 2-*: :
do New-Ors»»rs it 100 bunabea, J3*?.»K: do old. wnsV«M. i
per »>'>'. fi '-."•^•♦l .10: do nn- . -h^ri tlf*tl 2.%: rARR AOFPI. ,
Florida, rf- W>l rrate. H 2CC»SI ."«: do red Pan's* seed. j
rer fn. »2f*.«3 < >- do w'-l'r. >12!'r*IR; 1o white, -turtle. I
*R-!?*12; CAlTl.iri/)WFPP rir>rl<l,-».. r>»r bM. $4 flO«f1; do
■er cn«e or b^^ket *l !t^W; do Cn'lf'T-ln. rer i-ir^e
r^«<-. F3 POl(rfS 28: ** r<^r «m:i'l care. «1 !W*2- riPl>^RY,
Cn'lforn'.i. t*r <■>>«, f4Cr«ri; do ri»»rt'ia |9 Si**? Wl; At ,
State nnd We^erß. - -r lore-, stalk*, I<VTr<*V: niirnttT I
•ird F«fAROI,R. New-Orleans, per bhl M<rS7: FOO- 1
»m.*»'ts vin^-H, per hoi. «1 Rfi®«3 .fO; An r--- "■ hbl I
K-i-kHV (1 nuWI M: i 1» rvMn per b«x, Jl .'<Vi?r-4:
n^rcTmp.:,, rpr 100 m rPflt«7; d- n»rm«n p»c- bbl
««! KAI.P V'rf-!V ref hM r«pi?ni • tm»it,i».4 PI. VfW
fWrrn pi>» I'vi hi'""'-«>« I^'" t, T *fV p«*\vc r.»-.n
par crr>te. SlW*n: LrTTT'CK. n-H-'a p»r hn«kc* «1T«4:
T.RFK*. New Crlosrii. n-r 100 hutches. *iaS4: n-.-'ONS.
Rerrmida, rer rr.'te «?.<W? m An ri-lwp «1 Tr#T*2- do
'■■rnnr-'l-i" nnd r-n<=t»Ti «rt>ft», per hhl. f."M»*7: do yel- i
low. tS7R4m: do red. nMWR; do State and Western.
*hlt-. r-»- r.usS crate $2'Ss3- in v-llcw. In bulk, per 150 j
n> »rK>«J3: <••» nor bn« Hi' 2f5«*2«7: Hr, r»<J. In hulk. |
per !M l>: S3 50«r$3: d., n»r biur. »2«Hst*T«: 4a rinnun ;
bounty, V V . red |«.r bse *2 «"*•« 75: OKRA, Florida. |
per rarrler. 814W4: so Cn v »n. T2ITS3 F"K\s<. Florl 'a. per i
bn.-We« or r--'t . f.TJTJ" PRrPKRS Florin, per carrier or :
crat*. ?l VKS.»t: i'o »«r h»fk»t. f t f>o9Tt M: <]» Cuban. I
i> r farrWr. $1 D' '.'s2 M; PAn^LItY. Nfw-Orl«an« perl
100 bunenea, J4^»" <*.> Bermuda per t>rx, J2if?f2 ."r>: r-o !
California, per IPO hti!l hun.hr*. *46'*R: PAF.SNIP3. ,
»M per I>W, *IW*l 25: RAniaTHKS. New-Orlenns. per UK) ,
»»inehen. f2f*^r rr. v. ''"Ik. per ha».k<.t. «1 . ROM^IVn.
Flo^'ii^ p . , h»*Vet. 814D99: r>« Rermu'ln. per box. SftcffSl;
-Tr'Nf! PK^NS Florida »rr«"»n. per crat» or l>ark<>t.
K»i«Mia: to w»« f2*ff F^IMSH Fiortr"« whl'e. per tin*.
M*r»! IB: <*■• Cuban. fl<r*l !"••»• do Huht^rc, eld. per bbl. '
II ;**••*! 7*: *! marraw *1 « *»» i»: fHAIJ.OTS. v«- v_ '
f>lo«n!« per 100 bnnrr«»ii. »2*'«'!- «pr>r*rH Nor'n'k. n»r
tjhl «1 HMVM TOM* TORS. F!o-I1»i. per currier. 7fWT?4: '
.10 Paffnrnla per f»* (•»•*. »1 »♦?!*": 40 Cuban. p»r c.-r- I
rl»r IWfTt? •«, TI"I'.N'IP« <"nnac'l*n. rutftbK(rn per hbl.
'xi,-i!»fi : do itni""<ii-, mtaSaß-a. 7^''?l>f>c: rio Trlnh, ru»a
•>»rji p«r baa 7f«*r<- r!o Mr-w-Ort«ana, «•*>(•» t>«T bbl. .
r*u*4- n'A-rftnrrrps «»*i |«» »..n.t-.». j»tr»!fr;ro.
»»r»TTJOt •(•!>: »»m Fn>MK PnOnt'r-TJJ — r-ui-UTTihon !
plenty and weak If >*S>I 'MWill «rtlv» »nd fl-m I^t>ii» - » [
In (too<« deTT-?nil Rku>>«-h »'lrhtly Mrti»r Parishes fell
ln» well. TomnlA-d •*"" We iiioie: DEKTS. per I«H)
bunches *r«Sfl: rrn-yrns Vr 1 r»r 4nz»n US'
.'n V-. I «-"• "•- «' l '''»'lW T "T''rc per d«*rrn
*t«P<a SMWVi Mf'Ul" 1 r»r ft) ?. - "^'W-: PAR«I.";T.
per 100 »ir-n'| hn«'-»-« «»««1» nvp7CT .q ! per 100 full
i..,- h,, ••-' ■-- *?»•«•» Pirn" prr 100 kunches. $3 60 .
«fi4 50; TOMATOEi*. per n» lO«T2nr j
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
N»w-V»rk. March 1. 1005.
BEEVPB— Receipts were £3 cars, or 1.621 head. Includ
ing 41 ran for alaiißtuertrt and 42 for tlie market, male- .
Ing. with the mule held over y**ter4ay. 45 car* on sal«. '
of whfeli hi rare at Jersey City. £!••(• opened Blew and :
!o"»r. and £<■<<! fleer* fell off IOf»lJc; IUI,| medium and
common grades w«-i« auiut tit- vit. bologna bulls struiMC
fat bulls dull to lOe lower: thin cows Jun about at«sdy,
n fi<iura and coca i.-on* l**o off. Four rat* of cattle were
held over. Orrt naiy to prime native xtrrrn (Old at $4 ■*?>&
ir, ,11 per I**o n. eaan and rtars at ti 7.">»|4 80. bull* at
|3Ci(4 4". -i fane) tullt at $4 •«.«?.*•; con* at fl 7f>4rtH 7.'.;
mainly at II mm >;::<> Dres>t< l.*ef bJuw at «'»»«h per
Ib frr Interior tn chose* quality. Uv«ipool »rd London
cable* received late to <!*. quoted live cattle (lißier; re
flle«-rator t«ef higher at ►©"'•<«■ per tb. Shipment* tu-duy
■ .1. the BaUlo (partly •stlmatKil) &.IU9 quarter* of beef:,
to-morrow «n the 1 iirr. in the West Indies, 23 ah«ep for
I. X. [Mllenbeck.
SaUa- -New Inn A Co : IK Chicago *te»r* 124« 11. aver
: •»• at »0 40 ptt U*i Dii in dm :a:.B Ib, 41PM1I bull.
1480 tb. at |4; 12 renmjlvanta cows. 1073 lb. at $3 45; 10
do. e,s; IT', nt « U. .
S. Pandus: t>, M.rtilfsn steers. 1229 It., at $3: IS Illi
nois do. 11-37 lb, at $4 £»: 1U Jersey do. 1047 Ib, at $4 45;
2 oxen, JBTfi Ib, nt »4 f>.', 11 steers, oxen nnd bulls. 1140
rb. at $4 50; 1 bull. ICOO Ib, at $4 7.'.; 1 do. 14iu rh, nt
?356; 12 cows. Iff ( 1?., at *3 4f.; 3 dp. 1117 Tb. at $3 15;
1 do, 9SO rb. at $2 75; 1 do. f.7 Ib. at *2 ZO.
J. Shambertj & Sen: 4 Illinois uteers. 1320 tb, at «•"» cm;
2 do. 12$.' rb. at J5: £2 do. ll v '(> rb. at *4 *5: 2 do. MM I*,
at *4 fls; 8 Ohio do. l:t04 Ib. Nt S3 50; 22 do. 1260 ft), at
i* 40: 9 do. 1240 rb. at $R; 1«> do. ll.'O rb. at $4 80) 1 bull.
l»-<«0 ft. at *.".; 1 do, 1020 Ib, at 54 $0; 2 do, 2COO tb. at
«<:i0; 1 do. U>2o 11.. at ?3 Si>; 1 heifer. 1400 it., at $."..
T..iiin & Shannon: 20 Clilißgo nt«ers, 13P4 rt>. a' ilKi;
18 Chicago bulls. KM tli, at $4 IS; 1 1 111.. 8»0 IK at *3 5O:
2 cows. 1100 Tl>. ut *"i ,:.. ir. do £«B rb. at |2 75; I do. Wi
Ib, at $i fiO; 7 >, 75.1 Ib, tit $2 OS.
Bhermaa i,- Culvtr: It; Ohio steers, 1350 n>. at i!> 70: 17
do. 1811 Ib, at '. ii; 17 do, i:W4 ft. at $5 40; 2 do. 1030
rb. at $.'.: 1 do. IlK> rb. at »4 80.
J. D. Gibson .* Co.: IV Ohio steers. 114 Ib. at $1 83; 24
Ohio cows. lOT 6 tb, at $3 SO.
McPherson & Co.: 21 Kentucky »t»eT». I.IIK* tr> at
*5 80: 20 do. 1323 rh, at IS 2T<: 20 do. 1813 rh. Nt *r. I". 14
Ohio do. 1341 Ib, at jr. 20. 21 do. 11-'TI tb. at M 75: 20
Chicago d". 1219 rfc, at r .; a staus. 1070 m. at »3 73: 1
bull. m<V> n>. at $■« 40: 2 do. 1770 r . .it «4 40: 4 do I""!
IT), at ?4 10: 2 do, U«0 it,. at $:; tO; 4 do, tO?2 tb. at $:» TO;
8 .!• . 810 !»•. Nt $'« i< ■: l» cows ICO tb. Nt $3 r.V 27 do.
Inß IT:, at |3 BB; 2 do. OTO ft. at $3 50: 11 do. 1014 rh. at
$3 30: 20 do. l»r> n>. Nt *2 !)r>: 2 do. !•:'.'• tb. at 2 »"»: 2
do. ci>oc i>o tl>. at $2 7T.; 10 do. 0«« rb; at f 2 70; IB do «7(i IT».
at SB 50. 8 do. £0". ttj. at S2 Xi; 1 do, *r<i rh. at 12 SO 1
do. 7i'h> rh at 2>.; 1 do. BSO IT,, st .«2 IS; 8 .In. 7«fl rb,
at »2 10; a 'i". W ft>, nt «2: 17 do. 7i* n>. at *1 s>o.
A. H. T-T>"-Ptrln: IS fling's "te'r*. 111-1 ;t.. at $4 W.
S." .Tnr'.d ,«. On.: 1 bull. iaro rh. Nt t-.rn- .«. ,1 . 1.120 m,
at f3 '.- : 1 do pno rf>. st «■:. 3 cows 740 r>.. at Si 7.'..
J. O. Ctn-il* & Pr.n: 2 bull* 0". tb. al »»i 1 •> 7<"o
Tb. Nt B: A row«, ir>,«7 ••>, fit *•> 70; 1 do. o«f> IT> at *3 .'0;
6 do. er>.l n.. at ft 40: 3 do. «'!7 n>. at $2 25: 1 do. J-00 rb.
at 99 SO: 2 1« 7'.n TV at »1 HR
1 1., P. vv cc < r r. n - B bvirs 1 <"• Tb. at J3."rt: 1 do. 73" Th.
a t «3 2»; IS „,,„•„ 743 r>>. at *? 2r.> 1 Am >>?O rh. at 51 7.V
Jel'lffe. Wrieht c- Co.: 3 bulls 1110 rh. at $;! 50: 4
con-5. flio rh at ff H»; 1 do. «70 rh. at *2
Jrhn Booey: 1 hull 1340 TT. Nt ■><■ 1 <10. 13"<> rb.
at S3 .v>: 2 c-w«. PRO n. at .«2 75; 1 d«. <c.o Ib. at *2
■ Andrew Mullen: 1 cow, 020 lt>. at 82 00: 1 do* 7Si"> Tb.
at *•-'.
H H. Tlr,i'!«: 2 hulls 1000 rh. at S3 «S.
M.ITjTH COWS— Receipts were 11" head. Inclu'l'njt «S
for snb'Than dealers an ■•' TR for the mxrkef. Pr>Trianl
rro c active, and rood rows Him 10 a •hade hlehrr: re.
fi urn and crvmmon ktß'lps fui: rt a<ly: ««le«i were at ?23 .">■>
(?$.15 for r-.-pimon to choice milkers, calf Included: general
eal»» at «3RIW!W>.
S '"' t. n's i'hunn: 10 fresh cowa. with their calves.
at $3MjtS3li p.r h«»Td.
C. J. Roekefallar: 6 crews and cnlves, at $23 SoiffTSO
each.
rATj\*KS«— were 1 01<l hfßii. rnelndln* IR4 fcr
butcher* and «."C" tor the market n-.akine. with a Hmch
ef ">•» he!<l over yr r-t»- iliv 010 on sa!». of »!i|rti BB] a!
ORh-at. yards an-l STi!) rt Jersey City, On !l-.->it rap
pi " en<l -. Th ,i rather «cant show lm of «ood ani prim*
veil's af fir- Harlrin rt<yk bad not T-rlved im to VJ:rv>
p m. ihr> whoip Ti->r:;<>t was Srm. quality oonsl'lf*re<l. an.l
(roo.l Vfiii- ir^-J.' 1 higher: t^» early arr'vals "-ro closed
out promptly, and the late >■■<» !■: »-rit»ri be irTt '.l Com
mrn to prime vrs'3 soli nt tifi *« 75 per iro Th; little
ca^es at ?S«rs3 Wi; a f*w barnyard ~ntv-j at 19492 (10.
DiWwhJ i;,!.(! rattier tCow at 71"t- ncr tb for city
fee ■ .1 yea's an.l r,«Tilc for country dre*»M • .
.«ales at Gntn-vt,: X G. Curtix *■ Srr : 12 veal* 137 th
nverar-o. at !•'-■—, per 100 rh : 10 do. i-?r. m. at $"»»o : •_>♦
i->. '"1 tb. Nt *«• 1!» do. 113 rb. at *7 75: 7 do 120 Tb.
at $7 SO; 1 do 1 10 Ib, nt $7: 7 <»o. 101 r>>. at $rt r.O; 3 to.
14S IT. Nt tc>; 5 do. SO tT. at *■">: 2 do 77 n». at 51 M;
2 cull i" ri rt>. at $4: 2 barnyard «t»v*<i 240 Tb. n* $1.
W. P.. H'ir-i<»: :.7 'e;il>i 148 Th. Nt ?8 75; 9 do, 103 tb. at
ISM 1 9fi Huff In dr.. 128 TT.. rt «7 .10.
A' i—v ifpllen: " vea'a, 1?.". rti nt f3 7*>: 10 do. 115
T7>- at 17 l»: " r!->. 108 It*, at *7 50; 2 da "0 T>. n; $1 •».
Je'llfTe. Writrht & Co.: Cl r**ls 120 t>>. at W SB: 16 do.
B. tT). at f« 0 do. S8 Hi at ♦". '■ do. 70 Tv at *».
H. H. Ilollls: 07 vea^s. 135 rb. at $8 75. loss »2 on
tli(> Int.
Poles at Jer«»y City— S. Jtidrl & Co.: rjc, veals, 122 Tb.
Nt $S: n2 do, I2S rb. at ?7 75; 27 do. 11l TV at .«7 .V>; Hi do
104 Ib, at f3- 4 do. 17.". It at $»; ICO little calves. 07 Ib.
fit $3.
Newton & Co.: Ff) reala. 115 IT), at *7 25.
Kerns Commission Co.: 33 Kentucky veals, 141 Ib, at
<; m
S. Fat'nWs: •'•'' veals. 114 tb. at $7 25.
McPhersi n & Co.; 5 veals, 104 tb, at $8; 13 little
calved, «7 tb, at ?'' r-O.
FIIKFi' AND I>AMHS- Receipts were 2.Vi cars, or
f',4Gl h«>n<l, inrfudln? o*4 cars lor slat«rhteren ami iii for
the market, miking with the stale ctock. 10% i car* on
talc, of which 18 ore nt Jersey City. Trade was slurritrh.
and while the few sheet offered »oid at shout st aiy
prices, lambs were 15*9230 off from Monday's sales, with
l>aM the stock II" -'v i.> be earrl«nl nver. Commm to
choice butchers" shfrp «old at $4 r.^.»tt 28 per 100 Ib.
cull ewes and crimmr.n bucks at $3 7r>a?4, common to
prime lambs at $r»BMJ?<4O one car cholc* at B*Bo and
culls at $9096 25. Dreasad mutton quiet a: S?if?loVjc
per tb- dressed lambs Btow at 12014 c; country dressed
hotbousp »anibs ster.'Tv.
— T.blp. A Shannon: 23 Western lambs. 77 tb
average; at SS 40 per 100 It>; 212 do. 78 tb, at $S 35; 4
State do. 07 t».. at -' ; 25.
8. Judd & 1"',.: IBS Bnffaln lamb*. 71 Ib nt $7 «5: 211
do, OS n.. at $7 00; 20 State do. 58 tb. at $8 S3: 2 bucks.
US Ib, at *4.
D. in -on: 20S Buffalo lambs, 76 tb. at IS 00; 227
do. P5 tb. at $7 75.
K^rns Cr)mrnl«slon Co : P2 Indiana ripen. 140 rh. at
*'; »3; it ICentocHy bucks. 1°.4 lb. at $4 50; 89 Indiana
lambs, 84 Ib, at $•<; 208 do, 7* n, ::t $*.
J. O. Curtis & Son: 2 bucks. 117 !b. at $5; 2 culls, 103
Ib, at $3 75.
I?. 11. ilollis: 23 State cheep and lambs (culls). 4!) r*>.
ct --•
- HOGS— Receipts were 45 c»rs. or S.SR3 head. In-V.i<llnjr
about a oaiOjajd for the mark-*. F»o".lns firm on B.iff^lo
advices ;ir>l would probably sell higher. Country <sres3«*l
l:oc» steady
fal^s (all inte yestmlnyV S. Fanners: 3 State hopn,
2-".O rb average at $560 per 100 rh- 25 do. 171 rb, at
$5 50; IS do. 122 tb, at .*"> 50: 172 Pennsylvania do. 170
Ib at $5 40: 3 roi!^'!. 243 rh. at $4 80,
T'-.btn & Shannon: 23 State hoss. 70 tb. at $5 SO; 1
rough. 2Rr> Ib. at .< I SO
S. Judd & Co. : 22 Stats hog*. 135 tb. at $5 GO; 1 roucb.
880 tb. at *4 50.
H. H. Ilollir. 7 State hecs. 123 tb. at $5 50; 2 routes.
'» tb. at $4 50
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
Ctilcagro. March I. — OATTLrj — Receipts, 22,000 head;
market steady; {rood to prime ateen, !."> 25g$tt; pox to.
meilium. ?3 50$ $5; Ftockers and feelers 1 , (3 40(9 l >4 40;
COWS. S.t:JUi">. hPl'ers. ?2 r.i»':rS4 75: canntr*. 5.>352 TO.
bul (= *3««4; c lives. $3"fr7. «ac«lpta ?S.OO-Thead;
market .V lower; mix*.) and butt-Tins'. 94 ~i.) <i CiTi. Rind
to choice heavy, f4 fs"S?5 10. rougti heavy. {4 3fW?s4 00;
Ulfht, $4 70Ji$4 00; bulk of salce. H»OI» SHEEP—Re
ceipts, I>- 000 head; market ettady; (toed to chelae weth
ers, §5 (Jt^s.; £5: fair to ch»ic« mixed, #0 25i355 75; native
iambE. 18 75<&57 ■&
Cincinnati. March I.— HOGS? quiet; butchers'. >'5 20^
1325; common. $+i< ».". CATTLE weak; fair to g- o-i !-h p
pei:-. $4 IF#s4 75: common. 52 25©*2 »iT>. SliEtP steady,
$3 j:.;/s."> 00; lambs strong. $.". .-.'>i,fs.
East BuffalA. March I.— CATTL.r%-Rprerpts, 150 hpad;
slow and easier; pr mo .steers. $,* 89A9S 86; ehlpptcg. f4 60
fl 5 15; butchers'. $4 M MSS; h- i:.-r-. $jt2T4f4tS; rov.-3.
>;..' .*4 2fi: bull*. *2 756*4 2.">- stirkers srd r re: *c ,m» $2 50
f s4 15. VEALS— Keevtpts, 150 head; active and steady.
Sivi.>4 7.". HOQo Rtcetpts. 4.s'K» head: active ard
f*adn higber: heavy, SA 30<P$3 82Vi ; mixed. *5:»j^?5:5.
Yr.rkeit.. >"• ir-'".K. 35; 'Is*. $4 90095: roug 3 $4 n>;:Sl 7>;
etaprs, $3®J3 50. RIIEKP AND I^AMCS— Raatlßta B.OM
fund; active on sheep and good tambe; flow en common;
native lambs, 11 ti>-> '<>, Western lambs. IB9IS 2>.
Kansas City. March I.— CATTLE— Receipts. 8.000 head,
in. luding 200 Sou nuns; k 1 :nit cattle s rong; stoce-s aM
ft-e,ler«. 10c higher: choice exyort a.n 1 dressed beef rteerS,
$.*>■{/■s> 75: fair to prod. »(..*",; Western, ted steers, •>:•> V . t
t5 25: Ftockers and feeders. S3H$4 ■0; Southern steets.
$.') (V»s4 (W; Southern cews $SSS®(3BO; native cow-. t29
$4 35* native hellers. $.; f ?*4ia>: bulls. $2004T?4; calves.
$3.gs^Bo. HOGS— R*oe pts, 10.500 head: market weak to
s<r lower; top. ?5: bulk of sales. $4 700(4 9 f Vi : heavy.
¥4 I*-"?:.: packers. $4 BSOS4 05: ptge and lights, *4 SO
<)<4'.'i. BHBEP- Receipt?. 5..100 real. sheep. .",... 10c low
er: lambs. 10015 c lower; native lambs, oWJST 80; nat ye
wethf-rs. $s'J3#(ff9t); native fed ewes. $4 7S&SS 65; \v. st
ern fed lambs *'•. S^?JS7 «0. Western fed yearllaga 980
$0 65: «> stern fed sheep, $4 7."vj,>3 U0: stockers and feed
ers, i 3i 3 .10'g ."» 00.
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Buffalo. March I.— FLOUR quiet and easy. WHEAT — j
Ing, demand light; No I NorUwrn. 51 17 ' i. CORN
quiet; No 2 yellow. mm I*-,1 *-, No 3 corn. w>Vic OATS
stronger; No " while. .'.■''.>; No 2 mlsed, Me. BARUEV
— Western, In store. 45Q50c. RYE — Ko I. 85c.
Chicago, March I. — Ttie leading futures ranged a* fol
io v-.-:
Wheat, No 2: Opening. Highest Lowest. Closing.
May $1 i:;V;.-i 14 l i *1 lftH $1 U^i $115
July » -.■;•!''» OOV»aU!tVi l»7'*j ».';Ti
September IWlalglKH* 31 hi Ow Sin,
Corn. No 2:
March — — — *."> '.»
May 47%-f?47 ! 47% 4714 47 : -»
July .47*SCg-47T» 4S%(j?4.HH 47 l > 4v'a
Beptember 4Hi®4B 48Vs 41\ 4t>H
Oats, No 2:
May 31 <f?3IU ai%®3l% M 81H
July 31 (&3l'.s 31* 81 31:»
September 2U»» 20 Si 23% M
Me«s pork, per M>l :
May 12 50 I 2 574 12 4TH 12 »
July 12<i0 \2TIH 12 60 12 70
Lard, per 100 Ib:
May CJI2H 6 95 6 02^ 6 05
July 7U7tt 7 10 7 07Vs 7 10
Short libs, per 100 lt>:
May « 72V» « 73 6 TO 6 TS
July lisi'i «Q0 «85 •»»
Cash qwotationa were is follows: FLOUR easy; :
WHEAT. No 2 spring. *1 »&,1 1&; No 3. $1 039
$1 lt». No 2 red. M 12'.-.a.fl JSV»; CORN, No -'. ;
45'» c. No 2 yellow. 4V\c; OAT.-. No 2. il%e. No 2 '
w4iim. 82V4f>'32Hc; No > whits. .tlA.'iXo. KVE. No 2. 7S@
77e; KARLUY. Kooit fc«dlßK. 3^e: fair to choice mulling.
4:(*4»c; KLAJvfTeIED. No I. *1 28; No 1 Northwestern.
*1SC 1 .4; CLOVER, contract grade, »12 CO; MESS I-OKK.
per bW. |12 40«(12 45; LARD, per M' m. IS SO; CUT
MDATS— Short rlca sjj«s tl»o«o}. *fisfOJfi7«; short clear
Bldea (koxed). «41 76«t(J 87 ; VVHISKBY. hash of h.sh
wires. (1 23. On the Produce Fschanire to-day: BI'TTKIt
uieady: creamerli>a. 24932 c; dairies. 24"127 c; EOns steady; I
at mark, csees Included. 3*&ti*; flr*ta. 27e; prime rtiits.
20; extras. Sic; tfIKCSE «t««o.. al l3*tl*He.
Dututh March 1 — Clone: WHEAT— No 1 Northern. {
«1 10H: May. (1 Illl: July $1 10%: September. M*C
MllwaukiMr. March I.— WHEAT-- No I Northern. $1 15®
fl I'.S, No '* Northern *1 OUSt 1 13. May. MIS arkH ;
RVE — No 1, M©X4e. HARl^Er— No 2. BIJ.Ki-; sample. '.
."•JViT-ilk-. CORN kttady; No a. eSVitf^r.tie: May. <T%e
Mlnneapolt*. March I. — Clone: WHEAT— May. »1 12%
fell 12%; July $1 lO^im i.Ufc. September. l)2Se; No 1
i trd *1 14%: No 1 Northern. $1 12%; No 2 No tie- I
II 07S. FLOUR— Hist patents. K'firf. 10; second puttnts.
$5 » o*i ft in»; first clears f» ;."4»|4 86. second clsars, $2 iii 1
©$2 70. URAN— In bulk *14 23.
Philadelphia. March 1.-WHKAT quin but steady; eon
tiact gr»ue. March. $1 13^*1 13'». CORN dull and '.c |
lower; March. rrii'r'rf.'oi.r. OATS aleady: No 2 w .It-- 1
natural. 37tJ!37 l .ie: N.* 3 white clipped. 37S©3«e. BUTTER :
192 c letter; extra Wi-Ma.n ciehu>.-ry. 32v; «it;« aaarby
trir.ts. 3U-. KliOS ilrm, gond demand; nearby frp«!i anj
Wt.trrn fresh. .Hl*, at mark. CHKESR firm, go id do- '
mand. N»w-York full creams, fancy. U\c; rfo choice. |
I3*ie: do fair to g.»>J. I2\c»:3 l ,c. Reo* pts — Flour. 1 fluu •
bbl* and V 5«.000 rt. In racks; onrn. ll.ttiO bush: vats. 12,u0ii
Utah. hhipn en«» — 6. C00 bukh: oais, s.wuO bush. ;
ft. Louts March I.— Close: WHEAT— No 2 red. cash,
elevatcr |1 114; May $1 l-'Vs,: Ju.y H4» 4 ji'M'-.e: No 2
hard. fl Ufftl II CORN— W« 1 edah. 4.'.c. May, 45 T »c,
July. «»%C. OATS -No 8. cwh. SlHc: U«jr. 31 He. No II
white. 3SSe (
Toledo. March CLOVERS RED — Cash. 17 38; March !
liU. Api-U. »I«; Oci»L*r. f J !■». ALBlKE— Pitrao.'
$7 78. TIMOTHY — Prims. (1 JJH; March do $1 3tH j
EUROPEAN PRODUCE MARKET.
I.|verj>o..l. March I. v.'lualng— WHEAT— Bpot non-inM; i
futu.-rs steady; March, 'a II %d: May. •)■ ut,]. July. '
tie tltad CORN- a; 01 siaaily ; Amailcan mixed, new,
4s Zd; American mixed, old. 4* lid. fuiuie* at* my;
March. 4* I ■>»•!; May. 4s 3Hd. PEAS— <:aribvtl.<n steai*
at Ts M I LOl'M— tH, L»uts fancy winter steady at
9s Cl. HOPS in London tf*arliic Coast) steady at f« •'».»
17 10s. REEF firm; extra India mem. Til :<il i'O»ic
easy: prim* mesa. Wetletn. fin 3d, HA — Short cut
14 to y. ft, easy st kin M. IIACON steady; Cumltprlanj
cut. Jjr, to so n>. 3<"s Id. short rih. |n to 24 rt». 3Ts. tuns
clear mMdIPS. tlfhl. 23 to 34 Hi. S< a <M; lane clear mid
dle* iiravy. k> to 40 i!.. 3r.»;3 r .»; short rteat b«c<<* in t.. u>
la. <»£>• Mi siui* bellies, it 1* It It, 17*. uuoui.in:u*~
Railroads,
PFf N^YI¥ANIS
; : R AILROAD.
THE ONLY FOUR-TRACK LINE LEADJNQ
i OUT OF NEW YORK.
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STRKET
AND UESiJKt-'^.-.S^ .v.NL) CottTUAMaVT STiltEi.-i.
I i-j Ins icavins i.mc 110:11 Ij ->b:os ■«. and »'.ril.in.li
Streets la ll v- i:wnutea iau-r Ilia a that gi«eo below tot
■ T««nt>-tblr« ftir*«i Station.
I 101; ill.. WEST.
•7.33 a, m. CHICaOO bi-uciAU
j •S^iA.il. ST I.OIJS 1-131 ITKD.
! •10?: • M. THE IFNNSVI. 1 . LIMITED. »
ura to Chic-i»o.
•IV., .!. rmOAUtf ANJ» t*T. LOCIS EXPRESa
: •Usr.N, CHICAGO LIMITED.
j •3.5.. I". M. n i.oi'ii EXI*ItGS&
; •a.a.ii*. M. V. KSTKIIN expkuss.
• 7..>. il. M. pacific KX«»Utte4i
; '8.23 »'. M. CI.KVELA*I> AND CINCINNATI CXP.
j •9.5S T. M. PIT TSBLT.'i SPECIAL.
WASIUXGrOX AM) U!E SOCTII.
i 7.55. «.15. •« ii 'tt.j.". *10.J5 a. in.. MUiJ. - i'». »"irV
"Coneressional Limued"). »5.25. »4.23. •».». aJ."> p. n. .
12 in nifht. Sunday. *.» "j.j^>. *lv>.»>i a. i" . •it
<»3.-3. •TongTfcMlona: Limited"*. *2."-i. *»-—>. "■» si. BkSS
p. in., 13.10 ni.nl.
! Si'LTHEI.V AY.-1.*.V.. 3.2Ti. 4.23 p. m. 12 M
a. m. dally. ".S^uiliein Ktins Limit**!." 1-.»j p. m.
•/•ell ;u .-.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.— O-23 » m. and ••"■ p. m.
dally. "Xc« Voi* iiu Pluiula Special.' 2.10 p. m.
»n>k da**.
EE.\KOARU AIR L1NE.— 12.53 p. m. «nd 12-10 a. m
dally, "Seaboard Florida Limited." ÜB-* p. m. dally.
NORrX>LJt AND WESTERN HAILWAY.— U.2i p. oa.
i da.ly.
: CHE.SAPEAKK AXD OHIO RAILWAY.— a. m.
t»tfk-du>>. <.".". p. m. oalU 1 . -,■"'. _"'«
i F«iR t»L.U POINT 1 OUPOHT and XOKFuLK.— •Ja a. m.
1 «e«k-da>a. >.2,'. p. m d^lty
ATL.V.VTIC Cli V.— a m. and 2.» P «>• »«e*-<« 1 >*•
Sunday*. «;.S5 a. m .
fAWI MAY.— I 235 p. m. week-day*.
LONfJ BRANCH. AgBL-UT PARK I North Afbury Park
Sun-lay»». and Point Pleasant. »-j5 a. m.. 12.20. XA
4.M p. in. anj 12.10 night week-daya auntU>«. U-W.
; 6a a. m., and 4V.p. m.
I FOX l'll!I.\l»Rl.riII.\. ■■_!
«.f.-.. 7.25. -7.V.. »Is. >.V, -J. 2.-.. •r»\JB, •»». •fl«-25,
•10.85. 11.55. a. m.. n»aa •l..'s\ 2.10. 8.53. •:.•.".. :...
4 25. -4.25. «4 .".5 i«t4.K. for North Philadelphia only>.
•:.:.:. H. 55. 7.55. 5.23, »23 (».».*. for North Philadelphia
on:.) p. m.. 12.10 n;«ht week-day* 3onda>s. fi.O».
•7 *S. 5.2T.. »9.23. •♦:»..•.'. ».55. •MO.2S. # U»iS a. m..
•12.65. •10.".. »5.25. 3.3f ♦4.2.". »•♦*.« *ot Nun Phila
r i.', „n v •. »4..V.. •:...->.% «.55 7.55. " '-> »-25 «U. 34
f-^r North Philadelphia only) p. m.. 12 10 nigbt.
♦I'ininß Car. 'tUxti-a tare tram
Ticket offices, Koa. 41.1 1354. 113 and 2«« Broadway; I*2
Fifth Ave.iut >hel. 231 at.»; 2*53 Fifth Avenre <;ur
r.. r 29th st.i; I Astor House, and stall' namrd above;
j ltrocklyn. 4 Court Street. SW> Fulton ST»»t. S.«» Uroail
»»y. and Pennsylvania Annex fetation. Th- New Y.^ii»
Transfer Company will call fur and eh ck bass 3 i(e fr«m
hotels an.i residence* tbrousb to destination
; phone •*543 Ctiels«a" fur Pennsylvania Railroad Cab
Service.
W. W. ATTERBCRY. J. R. WOOD.
IGer.eial Manager. Pnss'r Trafflc Manager.
iiv:n tv boy |..
C»n»nl Paafencer A«pnt.
KEW YOIX, MEW HWEH « H.RTFOHI R. R.
it<uii» <t*y<ul Hum <ii<utu ccauai Miuuu, i - .j au ana
4ui A»t.. &3 urttv»», lor
bu.^i«.i.\. via »N E a London and Providence — \4'J<o.
t!:lll>:.iO. »x;|lu:o^ A, it.. tJ|!l:OO. 'xilAia. *i;,J.Uu.
tii'.'»:oO. *1ii&:«U. ••1^.«» f. U.
BOi i".-.. \la Wiiiinmuiic — i*S>:io A. M.. t'-^»0 P. M
BOSTON, via bviriii«;iit-i<J— t'j;ijo A M.. tl!'2:oa. • i i»:C'O.
•llM'll P. M.
FITCUBUBU. via Putnam and Woicefter— f3:t)o p M.
LAKKMUIi an 1 NOI!IC>LK - t»:aU A. M. t3::il P M.
GT. BARIIIXOTON. STOCKBRIOOE. JUENOX. PITT3-
IKLO- UM. tS:SO A. M., t3:.!l P. M.
WATEHBUUY ana WlNsTKl>— 1-» :SO. |6:00 i tV»:<i«,
tlu:Cia niU-OS do Waterbury) A. M.. tl:03. t4:30.
|*3:ul. t> :'■<>. 50:00 (to Watertarjri P. M.
Tlckai oOU-ea at cdrand Cental Station and cV2sth
St.. also a: cll3. c3bl, l.ls'>. c 1.354 Broadway, c 3 l'a.ic
Place. c"a '.'ir!>n Square. cl>-- Fifth Axe.. ci;4-"> Cciumbus
A.. . i. IS' Ma.l.a-.n Aye.. c 273 West i2uth St.. 153 E4»t
lU.'tri St. In Brooklyn. c 4 Court St, a«0 Fulton St..
iSuu Broadway, K. U.
•l<ai:y. tfcjtcept Sundays {Sundays cnty. ?9toa» at
123 th St. Kb top* at r.Tth St.. Suilavi only. JParlor Car
Limited. 'Has liming car. cParlor and Sleeping Car
tickets also.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD. Gen. Pass. Agt.
O. M. RHEPARD. Hen. ?Tii>t
Steamboats,
LP.) rn"V(S IT ~i\\\\A NEW ENGLAND.
IPJ W U Ui/ LMJ NEW ENGLAND.
FALX. RIVER LINE, via Newport and Fall River.
L*ave lei U. N. It., foot of Warren ot.. *eek-ua»
only at 5:00 P. M. Steamer* PLYMOUTH and PILoRIM.
Orchestra on each.
NORWICH LINE, via New , London. Leave rj«r 40.
N. R. foot nt Ciarkson Si we^k-dayn only at •*:!*• F M.
Steam. rs CITY Or LOWELL and NEW HAMPSHIRE.
NEW HAVEN LINE, for New Uav«n. Hartford. Spring
field an.i th» Noith. Leave l»Ssr 20. IL R.. foot cf P«^:k
Blip, week-day* only at 400 P. M St»am«r RICHARU
PECK
Citations.
rpilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by the Grace of God Fre« and Independent.—
To Pauline K. Thi«riot Charles H. Tliierlot. and I Inch
ralm«-do. Rxecutors of the Last Will and Testament of
Ferdnand M. Thie>rt«t. deceased; Leon Marie; Klixab-th
M. Bornwell; Jo^n B. Vane. Jr.; l>,nt nt C. Sue; L,-u:s
K. Marie; litirrtttTrf Mai 16: I>.ntlr.e Ma, ie ard Ku^ene
V. Daly, as Executors of the Last ffit and Testament
of Josephine Marie, dereased; H«n'lette B. Andrei; lien
rtette T. Meade; Lgcr.tlne C. Munos: Jarob H. Thie.iot;
Busene J. de sabla. Jr.; L«oa P. de FaU.a; Ferdinand H
da I'ermlngham ; Lenr.tine T. Merino; lienri.-ue M.
de Birmingham; Jcse M. de nermtn^ham: Albert Thi. rl.t.
Percy O. Madeira. Junior. Sfa«le V. Madeira; Lf'Uts <_*.
Madeira. 3;d. M«rrgan G. Cainvreli: Charles H. Thlerlot;
Mars CHrant'n; l^u'se Xu:U; A I le Xu:t;; Chares W.
Wricht; Maria JIcF. Wrlajbt; Ann Duffy: V:«:pt Jane
Jahnat r\. Alert E. UVisht; New T»:k Association for
lmpro*rtnaj the Condition ot the Poor; Seclety Francala
de Bl?n.<iisancp: New York Social / for Prevention of
C:-ue,ty to Chllir'-n; New York tn-t ttnl.-n. for the ptnd;
Havens Re.inf Fund Society; WH lam B. Wait; .\f«.ri.
>. -iitan Kaaooai af An. and to all persons Interested In
th» estate of Ptter Marls. '.Me ot tba Ounty of New
York deceased, as creditors, legatees, next of kit:, or
otherwise — £en 4 cresting: You and each of you art- hera
by -\ti'.i and rvqiilrcd pvrsanally to be and appear be.'era
'ur Surrogate of the County of New York, a', the S\».ro
(mtes* Court of said County. !:«!;* at the County Court
House, in the Count of New Task, on tke 23th day of
April. lt)«S at hail past ten o'clock in the f< renown .if
thai ihty. then end there to attenl a Judicial «ett!em»nt
nf t'ir account of nroceeti'n^s of (harte* H. Thleti. t ani
Mc-rgan G. Harm »i:. as F^cru:ors of tl-a Last Will ami
Tuamnit of said op.'i'avd: ani roch c' you as are
hereby cit-.1. as are under the ace of tweaty-c»e y^arj,
aro required t.. appear by your guardian, if y..u hc»va > ne.
or If you have r.rn?. to appear fvn»l »ip.v for Mie to b»
appointed, or in tire event of yrur neslrf! cr failure to do
so. a fMTwiaa wilt be a»p^ m»<l by th* Surrogate to
represent and act far yr»o In the pioceudlse;.
In Testimony Whereof we hare rauaad the Seal of the
Surrr-jatt«' Court of the sal.l County ef New York to be
hereunte affi*i«l.
\V trv-SK, Hon. ABN'ER C. THOMAS, a Ssrmsata af our
si 14 County, at the County of New York, the 23d day of
Februar>. in the year of <mit ly rd one thou :iM ntna
hur.di-e.-l »nd five. JAMaTb A DONNELLY.
fl. 8.1 Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
rpilE rnori.E OF THE STATE OF NEW
York, by th* prare of God. tree and Independent, to
Mary G. Bußkrr, Caroline A. Munklttrlck. John J. BbmL
I. RroreS FchlafT. James versa, Jr.. Grovene Vail
Oxverse. Thpodtre Guy Converse. Trustees ef Rutgers
Oetleg*. fn New- Brunswick. Kew-Jswsy: Alice Mauda
Dvxtrr. Pri«cllla Dexter, William. VrH Deztsr. and to ali
persons Interested In the Estate of Theodore F. Vail, late
cf the County ft New- York, deceased, as er«tilti»r.s. if gar
tees, n-11 f k n or nlherwlse. send greeting- Yon an\
each of ycu are hereby cited »n1 r»qnlrmi a»r»ona<ly to
b«- and appear before cur Surrogate of the Cmuity of New
York, at the Surr i i!' < >' Court f>f e«ld County. IWd at
the Cr»unty O-tirt Knw In the County of Mew Terk. on
the l*th day of April- 15NT6. et half-past ten o'clock m the
fnrrnron ■>( that .lay. then and thfr* to attend a Judicial
(■•tflPtnpnt of the arcfiunt of proce«><lin?s el J. Van
Teenten Olcot> and Jarres W. B. Rm-kwall, as Executors
of the Lust Will en.l Testament of sari <le<vaaerl; and
»Krh of yrru as are hereby clt*d. as are under th* airp of
twenty-one y^ars. are r*<;i'lred to appear by your fmar
dlan. If y>>u have cne. or If yon have non*. ts appear and
app'.y for on? to be appointed, or In the as el of your
nepVet «r failure to do an, a gitarrjlan will be ann«fete.l
by the Surrogate to repreyent and act for you In the pro
ceeding:. In testimony wti^n'of. we have eaured the !Seal
of the Rurrcjrstes' r*o»rt of the said County »f Mnr York
to h* hereunto affixed. Witness. Holt ABTVER C.
THOMAS a SnrrofratP of our sail County, st the County
of N»t» York, the 27th day of February, la the fear at
ear Lord one thousand nine hundred arM " y e.
JAMES A DONNEIX.T.
(L P.) Clerk *( »a» Surrt»*«ie»«' CV>urt-
Square. 11 to 13 K>. quiet at 2»s «d. LABQ steady: prim*
Western. In ticrc«s. ?ff. American r«tttn*d. In pails.
34» Ud. BITTER nominal CHEESE ..tilet. American
rtr.r.^l white. Ma: Anurtoan (Jre'l p«!«re<l. .11*. TALLOW
— |>-»t:i» riiy •te»Jv at 53.«. TURPFTNTIXE — Srtrlis steady
at 3fs. ROKIN— -Cornmnn firm at 7* «M PETROLEUM —
Refined quiet at 01. l.lN<FPr> OIL Urn at l»a.
NAVAL STORES.
The market for spirits tuirentlne was oatte firm, with
o4c aeked for machine made barrels and Kit R.«ke.| for oil
barrels Ros>» was Him and fairly active Tar sold In
small Jor>Hn« lot* at full but utichamreil prices. We
quote SPIRIT? TimPF.NTINE — Oti an* machine bbN.
lia<,«M,' TAT». *4 f>rM2sS Pfy»lN-f*-ir.<.n to good
st'atred tatn*M3tfi E. $3 K><343 10; T, S3 I3«M ?n O.
$.l2»<ff*l»: H. »3M(?$3 40: 1. »3 * 4**3 V K. I* 3S<»
14 40: M. f4 M)«f4 *5: M. $3 10; TT G. *5 30gS3 35. \V W.
So 50 STOCK OX HAND.
STO<'K OX HAND.
Rf>ln. bbU 17«»i>
Pp rl:» turpentine, bbls jg
Tar. hhls I.S3S
Wllmlnitton. March 1 — FPIPITS TT'RPRN'TIVE «pa,|y.
roe- receipts, I bbls RO.^IN firm. 13 80; receipt*, 31 bbll
Tar firm. ?1 ♦»: receipts, 24(» Uhls CRUDE TURPBX
TINIO f.rra: HWM3 TO; re<-«» pp. j» t.»l»
Barannaß. Mar?h I.— TURPENTINR firm S«»He; r*~
celpt* \r, M-Ib: sales. 172: «Ht;.«»rnl». 171 ROSIN firm;
iPtHots .70 '-i'ln aalen. 3>Ml: «tiljwn*fitii 2.*64. Qu<t»:
a 11 c «7s- d. X*«; k. r: R 6: r. »;to'«. o. *2i«:
ii »3 2*-?s3 27H: I. I 3 5O; R. *••*: M. $4 60- N. M 75;
W G J5- W W $5 15.
Chnr'esion. March 1 -Ti;Jt*BNTIVE and ROs?lN—Noth
lr 'f/> d n.l"n; March 1— TI ? RPRNTINF;--*ptrlt». 37e gM|*
American strained, »=» l'*s: ttne. Ua Sd.
80UTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
Mid 'ling. Has. O-5B Siles Stock.
Galvetiton. steady... 7S 10.163 I(M« .VVi 142 101
Nrw-Orl»an», s:eady.7 5- 1« a.347 9.247 IMrt 171 .;■.•«
Mot.il*. mz-.h'lv i% 94 »l «fin 43.5.11
Sovannab. n>irlnal. .7 *, 1.2H1 i.;i;i 8M 43.4*3
Charleston. Arm 7*l 57 91 — . lrl'.U
Houston mealy .....7 l * ILS" 1 * l\.V>% tno fd 4.*|»
Arausia. firm 7 11-lfl "«1| *« «t. A 64 !US
>!*m?hls. s«<aiy ....JH t.SK* 8.103 1.1,0 M.9t)i
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. '
Liverpool. March 1. 4 p. — COTTON — Spot Good
htiMirs* done: prices steady; Arnvrtran mtdcllins; 4.14.1
Th* «<Ves of th» day wen lO.roo bales. i»f which I OiK)
were fat speculation and e»;.orl. anj inclt-drd O..«<)0 .\i><er-
Ican. ruiuie* «-r.Ti steady and f ; oi»,l stM'ty. Amprl:-nn
•niaiHnj. roe. March. -.U',l. Marrh ant April. 3.W.1;
A^rtl and May, 44; May and June. l.fiJl: June and July
4.034: Jr.Jy an* Aiwnii. 4 "3d \t'g"«t ami ?*r>*»mbrrl
4.04 J: F»i>l*ml*r aid 0«-lober. 4.08.1; O.|.^ber end Novem
ber. 4 Oii.t; November and December. 4.07 U. Dwimlnr aM
J»QUiuy, 4. J*4
I?'i.;>-'>n ■/.?.
"America** Gr«atost r v"cad."
NEWYORK
. Central.
„ . .. *• — -i HUDSON Rr«'£3 R. B.
THE SIX-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
Dirsct Line from
New York & Eos!on to Niagara Falls,
ii« Ukt»it ,iuu iifg fca Central M*uas« *-«• au«e*
atij luuua AtasMßa^ ise)« iv
rti» 4uJ »>■«; buuu« iu..i> escepi tho»» learlnaj
Urand Cvnti.il Statin *■ ».5» A il . I IS. 3-30. U.l*
''■ il . srkJi *u>p at llith »' to r«sc«nv<» i*i-is«-ns»r» Ua
mi..ut^. arter .e^.,i. > Uunil CaßtrsU Station.
12.10 a. 11. — *iiIIO«H.iUT EXtT.KSs
».20A. M — tGUL'IP.B STATE EXPRESS. Moat fa
ineus ii ... 1. in i..- world t»u« Buffalo 4.49.
8.1.i A. JJ — »rA«T Al-il- -I ...jra to C.'ucagA.
!0:0A -•L»\Y K.\F!iE>.S
l;i«P M — •BLTJ-.W.0 MUITCD.
loop ji— •si.u-TinvEffrnp.x i.iariTcrx
1.00 P. iJ -•( vti,- „ I mil
5.43 f '.!-• . Jj tSTtI ;;,TIRT LIMITED." SS
__^ hc.<r train to Ohlc*" . j. I*'x? r.;-^»«
3..10 P. .\I.—tAI.BA.\T AND TKtJT PI.VER
i-«« I'>! -*.*! Hi-; v.\ CKNTH ■ t.VTiX'S.
5.-0 P. .\i -<I.AXE SHunC limited 53H hours «•
__. Ch-casn All palimun C».».
••32 P -. ~VLE\EI.INt>. INCINMATL ST. LOLia,
DETHuIT .*N - n C1I1C\:5O LIMITED
f" 0 *; M.-'WERTEHS BXi-BES*
-•?jj « *}• — *aiONTKE\X. K.\l'i:E.-S.
'->«!* M— 'ADlrt >Nt>.\< X ANO MONTREAL BXF.
t.OO P M •RUTu.I). Nix",-': VWA.S. CLEV/.
_i. I* x i> a M toh onto * y cci aI.
• 20 P-JI-— "WESTERN KEW YORK and CHICAGO
bxpr
11...0 P M _ •OHICAUO * ST. I.OUIS EXrREii
•fa !y tL.»r-n Sunrtay '.Exc-M it^neur
.. ,■ „ v ..
"•*} * M and .1 Ii H. U. ex:ept Sucday. to PtUaßjaM
and Nertii .v^Hnwi. ««« m
Pnllmsin ear* jo all through trains.
Trams |i:j;nin..t-.! with Pint eh light.
Tli-Vet orT ■ .-. at its. J.I. ♦! and 121* Broadway. M
Inlcr Bq. lw.i ;7"> Colurrbiw Aye.. 271 Weal HSJb)
St. (.Iranrl o-ntral Station, and l?jth St Station. S**
Terk: Ui anj ' 7.'< r'ultoa St. and 10J Droadwar.
Brooklyn.
Telephone -SOU J»th Street" for J«»-w T»rk Central
r* h Serving Bagg-agr e!urke«l from hotel or r«sldenc«
by . ,».>tt r.\pr<es* Company.
A. XL SMITH. OEOROE H DANIELS.
rt»T--— .l V,,,vr Cpn< -,1 P.VH'nefr \ sent.
READING SYSTEM.
N^W J^< 3 ZY Ci-WTRAL K_ R~
Liberty Street aa.l >ojth Ferry (time from South Parry
»i\i c "'"■•>"■-•« earner than sli«v»a below).
EASiOS. BEIHLEHKJS. ALIKNTOWN and MATCH
CIIL>K — i»_-.m i. [5 t-.ision or.ij >. » l,i a m . !.*<>,
4 4". »10 i.". is Cotton only> i». in. Sundays, 1-4. Je
a. m.. I.o<\ 10 p in
VriHiEfcnAnilE AM) SCRAXTOX— *I.BO. ».« a. m..
.• Mp. in. £u..uaj.. xI.3U a. m. i p. m.
i»\Ki:woon, uiauiiuT, TO.HS RIVER AND
BARNi.G AT-zl " . *9 40 a m.. i. M , { 4». 4.19
Lakewowa 1 and Lakehurst onl> i. ai.*o. »4.0» ft m.
Sundays, j to a. m
ATLANTIC CiTY — •» 40 a. m.. a »0 p m.
Vi>KJ.AM> A.\U BUIUGKTO— a«. 80 a. m . 8.40 p. m.
lOMi B..AMH ASEItiY PA K. OCKAN OROVB,
ro.vr H.KASANT. and y»hi>kjl POINT*—
a«-00. » 20. 11.30 a m.. si :i. 4.43. i.3% i.3«. 11. SB
£> m Sunday, except Ocean Grove. 5. 09 a. m . 4.01.
8.30 p. m
ATLANTIC HU)S., BE.\BUICHT, MOXMOCTII BCTt,
EAST 1.0.M; I:::AMII— 4*e, 3 Id. 8.30. an a. nx.
131. 4.30 (i.30 Atlantic Hid*, only), S.JO p. m. Sun
day*. &"0 a m.. 4.00 n m.
PHILADELPHIA (READING TERMINAL) — •4.3*. 7.00 L
tS.QO. •D.Ott. Hi . Hi • a. m.. H2.00. •1.00. 1110
13.00. «3 90. MOJ. tS 80. Vi . 'JO. tT.3O. 13.00. iW*4>
p. tn.. *12. 15 mdt.
14TH AND CHESTNUT STREETS — 14.25. T » 60. "IXOO.
•liOO a. m.. •!■!'), iM.OO. •S.SO. ••.00. t9.55 p. ah*
•11.13 mdt.
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON— ».OO. •10.04. *tJ.OS,
•2.M. # 4.0«. *6.0". •7.0'». »12 IS.
READING. lIAUniSBUKG. I'OTTSVILLE AVD WOX
iA.».SPoa»—iu...o. z\ ti. »s -00. n«». 13. ua.ua. 11.09
a. m . Reading only). "»1 90. •;:>. M*s p tn. Read*
Ing. Pottaviii*. Hirrisbttrg only. »4.0». *i. uß p. m.
sFrom Liberty Street only. 'Daily. .'Daily, except
Sunday. f£an<i.iv» only, t Parlor car-, only. i.VU Tav*
md,i,ua iS»i»,"(isys aExiept Saturdays.
Offices: Liberty St Ferry. South Ferry. 19 J Gre»n
w>ch St.. < Ast»r H»us«. SSI. 434. 1300. 1354 Broadway.
1$: -Yth At.. HI sth Aw. 25 Union square West. lit
East 115 th St.. 273 West ISilh St. 24i Columbus At,
New York: 4 Court ■&. it). Bti* Fulton St., Brooklyn!
390 Broadway. Wilitamsburg. New York Transfer Co.
call.' for an i checks mi|i to destination.
W. U. BE~: C M BTJBT.
Vtee-Pres. and Gen. Mgr Gen. Pass'r Ag»a*.
MIMMi m OHIO RiilMD
ri<y»t/«L bkbc Lli«b TRAILS
-EVERY OTnER Evt.N HOUR."
To EALTIMORE and WASHINGTON.
Leave S uth Ferry a minute* earlier.
Lv. Liberty atrctt .s 01 am. t, ■•pi >ua Barret.
** l" ii" am Dally. Diner.
** llHstM Daily Diner.
" 2 •"■ pm. Daily Buffet
"Royal Limited" 4.00 urn. Daily. All Pullmaa.
« u'i urn bally. Diner.
" 7.&0 pm. I 'ally. PuJTet.
... . 13 15 night. Durtty LilniuaißL
FFI.R>-»II1 train SERVH.-R.
TfIKOM.H TRAINS TO IMS WEST.
Dally I.v. New York City. South Ferry. Liberty St.
(i.iiaga M»t»l»u.g li.lunt 13.1 a M swp^r.
I'liliuC". < 'itlijajhiii 11.. 13 am 12.00 noon. Dtner
rittMtu.g. < l^vehiitrl l.ii pm. 4.90 pm> Limited.
••I»itt»t"> •• T.iivHe.i" ... • 5.*. pro. 7«a pm. Bu.Tet.
(lii.|nn:iti ft*, l.i vi« IX. « » nl IMS nt S'.frpn.
in- i;!nnri SI. l.rulw i 55 am. l"» oam D'.ner.
tlni innatl. M. I . vi* I.Upn «. 00 pm Diner
Office^ .'«1. 414. lion B'oadway. « Astor Houv 111
Greenwich S». 21 I'nioa S.;uti>. W.. I<»1 i;rand St,
N T. : m Pulton Street. Brooklyn: Sooth Perry ani
I.lbprtr Street
LEHICH VALLEY. 1
foo'.-f Wput IM A :~«>rt!as<Jt sad Dei'mjsaes Streets B- *
'Dany. tH.\-e{tts.nm.» t-aadav: s7.^-. .1 iv tin. n.yg. xs.q.
|Lv 0.Y..A-L« X TTa
M«acn Cbnnk Li:-» ♦■* 49 » »| t« » a m
Ba.lalo t,xprev» . 'it 0 » m *el i' a 4
BLACK DIAiIOSTD EXPS2S3 *1 .*» . Si *:0 -0 a *
M»uch i bees and Hazleua Local *U 39 r a} 'dl.io r a!
wr.ics-Bsrre Eipre*. f3!3r*j t4H»MC
Ks-itoo Local . . or»| tJ.OrH
Co.'p^zn ail To on- Vestibule Sxpress. . 'r.J :0 ?»j*«4o m
tos BurrALo TSAIN . . ... '•M ml *se» r*
Tlck-u i.ni I'i'i'.Bi-w scco-nmoilatloas u>.ss-..»0. JT<S. IB • A I9bX
Broad»»T. IS! s h Ate., is I'mon s<i West. S« Coiambas *»a,
V.. . ■■« * - 1 o Fnlton St.. i Court St . **' Bro«r«r»» i F*. Pa'.tna
»L, Brooklj a S. Y. Traaji'ttr Co. wili call for aaa ea*ck » v* a.
Lackawanna Railroad.
Leavv ,S«it York. fo«i Majsatag. sn.J Cur.sio^aer dtav
I».uu A. M . — Fur Ulnsiiamiuo and syracuaa.
•KltoA. M.— For Huffalo. Chic«*» ami St. L<aula>
•!.•»» F. M.— For H..rT..|- and rm. ago. .
t4 oi> P. M — F»r aVraaiaa and Plymouth.
•«.l<) p. M. — F<m Data anU Chkasu.
•8.45 p. M —For Ruff;i'i> inwiii. I'ttc*.
•2.00 A. M.— F«r rhlrae.o— <>>^m«r« op--, at • P. It.
Tlrkels. %t». IS». 1183. 1434 Broadway. N. T. . 833 FTJI.
ton St . Proolrlvn . .
Excursions.
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