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TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS TO-DAY.
New-Tort March 22. 1905.
Iteaof. white, bbl?... J.OOOiLard. cases 280
Flour. bUs «,SJ3tTallow. pkg* SIS
Flour, sacks 20.M»iSoap etock,.pkc« 200
<ornmraU bbla ■•»«> >',<< pkgs <i
<-ornni'al. oags 4.175 Butter, pkp* 3.SSI
tkMßlay. I-ke.> I.V» Cheese. j)kgs I.s'*
<»«tmeal. !.!<ls TO.'IK«E». case* t l~?V£'
Wfceat. bush 2.925 ! Dressed poultry. pfc*». 2,«0!»
"Corr. bosh W.TTS l.'v,- poultry, crates.. 244
oat? busb .- 10G.£0O'OranF<>s (O»l>, cases.^ 8.800
Iv»f bush W." j Lemons !<"aii. cases'... "00
ParkVh*at. bush 2. »JT»: Prunes «Cal), pkps. . .'. 1.100
Har!«-y. bu>h U,4oo|App!eE. bbl?...^ 1,780
Malt bush 1.<5BO : Potatoes, bbls 8.400
n\cf, bb?f Onions, bl>ls 5.060
Uic#. f:kt« s.C7r.;Kosln. bhl« 1.180
Key. ton? I.6nO!<pirit» turp. bbls *■>>'
Ftraw, tons RO Tr.r. bbl* .' '■>'' '
Millfwd. tons aO'o-lr rkK» 3.!«»2
Orass er«yl. bar* <♦'■» O:!meal, baRS 1.100
>injw», ba>t 185 j Lard «1L l.blf -•"•
Jlf-ri O-acrcxl). cases. 7. *»v>J Lubricating "U. bbla. . 70
rcrk. bb!* ... 330|01e0 stock. pk£s .'.:•■;
Hum?. pk,-s 172|Peanuta. bacs 75
Bacon, pkgv- 5-ST: ! Whiskey, bhls. 4R3
rnjtneats, r^lts l.Ols'Cctton. hales .'... 6.500
T>-nru'-f. bbls nsiCottonseefl oil. bbls... 035
l>r«~-p«"J hnir«. N. ... 13! Copper. pieces + <1 - r '
Lsrd. tteroea I.S*>> - Leather, fide* 7,0. r >o
t^rd. kec» Il.oju",\Vlne (Cal). bbl» 73
EXPORTS TO-DAY.
Corn, bosh 117. .".24 Refined r^t. sals 4.853,<W>
P*-a«. bu^h 74 1 Cottonseed oil. gal*. 11.550
nnur. hblK 1.405! lyjbricatlnfr oil, »?alB. 147.100
Flour parks I.3<<7iPo:-k. bbl« BSrt
CbnuaeaL bbls lSip.eff. bb!s aw
Hay. baler 4- Bacon tb M.123
O!im-at. Ib 750 Bams 1b IW.OOO
Oilcake. .H) eO">.(i:«i> ij<r'\. Ib 1.078.070
Fririt* turp, pal*. . 4. irxv stearins. Ib 4.000
l^.•in. hhl« ..... a! i Tallow. :»> s ""
J»i:c!>. liils 10;Greese. Ib 6,000
Tar. btlM 25 1
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. Nor. No 1 fdy.JIS 12',4! Flour. MpU patents.. *<; 20
Ircrn. So, No 2 soft.. 17 S« ICot'.on. rnid<Jlinst 7.15
Pteel rails 28 00 ICuffee. No 7 Rio 7!4
Lake copper ::i(rots.. 15 37HiSurar. ir^anulatrd . 6.05
Tin 29 75 iioiaesee. " X prime. 35
Exchange lead 4 6*) I H.< f. family 12 50
Spelter Cl2Vi!B»(>r hams 22 75
•Wheat. No 2 red 1 j Tallow, Mime 4^
Com. No 2 mixed.. i?. < Perk mesa 13 Mi
Zi'.xci oat*. 28 la 32 I Hon. dressed, 160 It). T ; -,
» BCH@B7!Lard. prime 7 35
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New-York. March 22. 1806.
COFFEE— ci^ffee market was fairly active owing
largely to continued switching from near to late months.
! Prices eii-.-wou more or less Irregularity. The opening was
rteaiv at a partial advance i .' ft i.. int.» in response to
steady European cables end somewhat Frailer Brazilian
receipt*. There was considerable scattering liquidation,
however, and the market foUowins the call worked off a
little, with prices at one time about 5 points net lower.
; Jour. h"v-y-T. there was a better demand. and the mar
ket at the etsse was firm fit unchanged prices to an ad
• vance of ■ points. Sales were. rei>orted cf 116,000 bass,
including the switches. TJie Fr;nch market at the hour
;of the local opening was about '* franc higher, but later
lout the advance, while Haroburc web unchanced to v
pig higher. Santos was unchanged, but Pao reported a
decline at 50 reis ar compared with the prices of last
{Saturday. Heeeipt* were moderate as compared with the
; recent average, 'but continued heavier than last year.
Aboat TO.OOO laps of tl,. r.-pcrted total salt* conEifted of
ewltctln^ from May to tho later months, chiefly Kepteni
.tsr ana December, these operations being undertaken by
I practically th- ramo jx-oplo as those reported yesterday,
'wall Street houses 51.!3 rear ar.d bought late months.
The spot mt.rket was quiet but steady, with quotations on
the be** of 77 t r<- for Rio No 7..
Tha range of contract prices in the local market to-day
-«v "as fellows: r^ _
Opening. Hl?rh- Low. 9,° 9 , e^, day
Ittjcb ••.V.V.V.' .*'.';.'.' «-2(» 62rt 620 6 IT,' f, 30 0.10
Anra ■".'.".'.'.'".':.." *?< •■»• 680 «.VW> 25 6.20
■Slay. ' 6-30 6.30 «.3O fl SoTrf.tt ''°
j ur ;, . . — — — 6.4000.43 6.55
July " 6CO « .Vl «45 6.fnt^V,W 6.15
jvrp-JFt' ' ' .. ««» ' ''-■ fi ri<> R.«ia«<» i; ■"•"'
Pentfnb^r .... «.7O 070 r, no R.70(Jjn.75 6.65
OrtObS 6.80 ex. 6k, <;.7r. . :.;..-.. «.7O
November — — — C. ■-■••■ KB 6.76
SSSSbS'S, 6.80 6.W 6.85 f>.00®«.«5 6.M
_ -- — «i»9'.m fifio
ivtrtarV ".".::::: - - - 7.047.05 9.m
Foreign Coffee Markets. — Rio — Toffee market steady; No
7 Rio. 4?&i1; txchanee. 14 11-: - receipts, 8.000 bags;
shipments tor Uie United States. 1.030 bags; stock. 345.000
Lurti Santos — V, tie* market weak; good average Santos.
4*5/t rer*«ptF. 11.000 bags; etick. 331.000 l-ag.-. Ham
'burg — CoUta market opened '■» ptg higher; at J:3O p. m.
«ae net unchanged to W pfg higher; sales. 2<.000 ban.
. Havr« — Coffee market opened unchanged: at 12 m ad
vanced '« franc; at 3 p. m. unchanged to U franc higher;
at 0:30 p. § m. declined M franc; total sales, 20.000 bags.
Januari- .' MSOjJuly 43.2. 1 !
February 44.73! August 4.1.23
March '. *2.50->pt«nb«r 43.. r .O
April 42.JW ! October 43.7.">
May 43.00 ' November M.OO
June 43. 00f December 44.25
Tte statlirtial position of Brazilian cofT»* is as follows:
To-day. Last week.
Km V«rk deliveries &.''- r <7 11.115
Jialtlmore *-llverl»s 3i6 212
Xew-Orleanu deliveries 2.0.-.3 1.C20
To*' IJI i-lir S.or.i 12.5147
New- York 3.72i>.10<> 3.798.353
Baltimore etock ,»*-I2 ,2-H!
SfewjOrieatui ctock 171.740 139.869
Stock at all ivrts B,flW.eOß 4.007.151
Afloat :..... 218.000 228.000
Vlrlble rurplT 4.213.606 4.235.1.-.1
Same time IW)4 3.083,694. 3,146,814
COTToX The cotton marV:«"t was moderately active an.i
met ccnfiderable pressure. Sp- t bouses that have recently
bought appea!(-4 to l>e selling; there was llqutdation
through wire and c«ninission houses nd a renewal of
lx-ar "rreitsure. On tha other hand, there was a consid
erable -rr.an'l on scale do»n for the covering ( C shorts
rut out si th« higher levels earlier in the week, and this'
caused two or th'rea slight rallies. The market dosed
Fteadv in trm» but within a ccuple of points of the low
«t. *Thf opening was eteady at a decline of I©3 points
In response to lo*er cables. At flrtt there seemed some
W&H Street buying, steadyiac the market, but shortly
after tne ■pe:nr4; prices went off sharply, and by the
end of the first ha if hour showed a ne.t loss of B©'.»
VoinTs. Cowrinjr caused a 3<84 points improvement, bat me
tone was evidently unsettled by the large estimates for to
day's receipts at leading points, the forecasts for good
weather and th» appearance of selling orders in th«
hands of spot houses, and. the market eocn weakened
liEftln. reaching the lowest point In the afternoon, when
tne active months showad a- net loss of about ll'ul-4
ooints. Toward the close room shorts coverine caused a
recovery of a point or two from the lowest, but final prices
shoved a net decline at fcßl2 points. Sales of futures
were «-rtimaie<l at 220.000 bales. Receipts for the day
wore heavy, and export* ran rather light, while official
reports from the Southern spot markets reported them
dull at unchanged prices to a decline of lie. The weather
soap showed showers in a few sections, buf clearing con
ations were forecasted for practically the entire belt for
tin- next twenty-four hours.
The range of contract prices la the local market to-day
vw ac follows:
Tester-
Opening. lIlRh. Low. Close. day.
Marco 7.C0 7 60 7.50 7.:*@7.59 7.63
April 7. 04 7.<H 7.(W , 7»;2tj7.ti'i 7.70
Jiay 7 7.". 7.75 7.« 7 ■•> 7 ■■■• 7.7«
June 7..". 1 '.:..> 7.89 7.5 X©7.«) 7.70
July 7.07 7.67 7.:, C 7.r?®7.r.« 7.03
Auirust 7.«8 7 ■ •• 7.40 J -i.7.t;4 7.72
.tJepu-mber 7.C« 7.118 7.64 7.(337.64 7.74
VJctotoer 7 75 7.75 7.C.'» 7.6787.68 7.77
fk'overnfcer 7.77 77 7.77 7.70a7.72 7.Bij
IM-wmher 7.«) 7>o 7.78 7.73®7.75 7..>>3
January 7.66 7 Mi 7.78 7.7757.78 7.57
The I »cai market for spat cotton closed quirt at 10
prints decline, on the basis of VIJJc for middling upland
it:.d fc.*t»c for rnid^llng Gulf. Sales for consumption. 113
bale* Southern spot markets were telegraphed as fol
lows: Mobile easy and l-l*e lower at 7 He; sales. 100
bales. S&vannah dull and unchanged at 7%»c: sales, 440
•bales. Charlestcn <j'ii«-i and unchanged at 7%c asked.
'■ lialt'.mor* nominal at b\kc. Augusta quiet and }»c lower
at 7»tc; sales, 73« heJe«. S«. Louis quiet and unchanged
'at 7*ic; ttale«. 17 bales. Norfolk quiet and %c lower at
7%e; sales. 57* bile*. <"sai\eeton quiet and 1-lCc lower
et 73ic; ssle:. 113 bales. New-orleans easy and >ie
lower at 7Hc: Bales, 4,f>'>> bale*. Memphis quiet and %c.
lower at "He; sa!»s. 3.000 bal<-e. Bstlmated receipts at
leading rolnt* for to-morrow: At Houston, £.000 to 5.500
fcaJes. kp»lr_«t 4,102 lest week and 1.3* last year; at Gal
\e-Fton. 3.&00 to 4.2fK> bales, agslnrt 5,157 last week and
411 last year; at New-Orleans, !*.5<X) to 11,500 bales,
£g&lnst J0.1*»» IRSt week and 4.000 last year.
Receipt* at the port? and Interior points to-day, com
pared with the same day last week and last year:
Last Last Present
Ports: To-fiay. week. year. stock
Galvestoa MAS T.OsO 4,5«3 154 i»7o
New-Orleans 12.530 W.OCS 5,5*J0 266 779
Mobile 678 I.OM 245 32!&5,(
tsaranoah 4.3 ].:»»4 <M 2 62.14*>
Charierton CM 1U .'. 14.632
Wilmington l.tr>s £&G 10 11871
Norfolk 2,i17 814 1.324 34!:n«i
Baltimore . 5. MS
New-York 150 72.W»7
Bortoa Loan 1.321 247 3 115
Philadelphia — - 52 2,«7l
Various 5 26 — — 4,550
Totals 28.59) x 22.026 13.309 €55.378
Interior:
Auru>ta sM 010 41S «1.757
Memphis 4.278 7.-1.-'. 8 2«J 70.626
6t. l»uU 3.»*1 E.MSO 827 44.&16
OncJnrjUl . «7S T. 33 tSi 0,725
Houston 8.U9 C.104 1.C71 C;.<h.;,
Cotton Hxchar-Be special Liverpool cables: Ppot cotton
Jn moderate demand; s-aleu. "'» bales; speculation an.i
pxpart. MK>; Amerlctn, 7.600; receipts, S,u)o bale«; Ameri
'•an, J.OUO; !rlddi:ng upland. 4.2hd. Futures opened easy
at 5 poin--s decline; cici»ed o«i«-~— ret .">£■<> points lower;
March and March-April 4. lid; April-May. ♦ '3d: May-
June. 11M; ITM July. 4ilCd: July-August. 4.17rt: Augutt-
Bejternber. 4.lUd; S*-ptember-O«>tcbc-r. 4.20<1: October-No-
Tem^r, 4.2t'4: XovmV*:-TV<-«iiiifr. 4.21 d: December-
Jar.nary. 4.^51; janutn-February. 4.25 d. Mar.cbestfci —
Varj.* boy» r lowly; cloth* quiet and firm.
- WOfSH AND SISAL- To-day's flour markft was dull,
with ptircliase* cf the hand-to-mouth chnrnrtor. Bale*
wer>- chiefly in »:.ij:-e patents, winter stratplits and
Ksr.*u etralphts. Spring patents. jr,Qsrt4. r i; winter
rtraisrhts. tX> 205»0 3T': vrtritT pat«n»K. $5 4<XBS-"> 7." spring
clears. >4 iOC*4 r^>; extra Nn 1 winier. »:', 'Jof;f4 30; extra
No *.! winter. «:iii'*s3« RYE FLOI'H quiet. Quoted:
:^» i to jrond. *IJ">fi»4 7O; chclre to fancy. $4 70©?4 1"».
:WHEAT n.'.rit gi. : Quott.l: »2«52 10 per 100
Tb. .HN'MFAI, b;r':v RM Quoted: Klin dried.
J2 30SS3. us to brand, EAOMEAL barely ateady. Quoted:
Fine v.hit- on-1 >-»210t.-. (I 25etl-»!>; coarne. new. fl 10??
SI 12. F*"KI> — <~i>y steady; Western eaay. Quoted:
\W»t*>m sj^rinK. S\U: ctsnrtard miriaiinjr. $is 75; flour do.
tH: rrd <i<-fr. f Ti ": jnotr.rt eliJt-roent; city bran. f9OA|2l,
l.ulk *u-\ seeks; mildl'.tMT. fil«j-»24; red doK, $24 5();
boml.-y <?ion. f2or/>ds2l ?I'l 75 e-r-lor. ollmeal. *2'>
ORAIV— WHEAT— Aft*-r fhov.lng; CPOSldrrabte lrre»j
tiltrHy tlumcfa the ferly port cf the session, wheat 4»
vrtop«^l hrsvitieyj. and in the last hour declined
lc a bL'frli «ad»r active »e!!lng. roneiderabJe of which
»a* on stop Inm e«-rn;nt. Th« July •»■»!! particular!
vcu'x, rlo'lni? li" n*t lower, fiK.ilnst "■«'■ '>.-!lr..- In
May. 'fbe iilfr«r»nr* vi.-ier.*-.! out to 17c. uz;Ar.M ICo
oo T«f«(iay anj 14? a wrek ■fro.: The pit had an im
pr»«sl<~n tli«» The O'.rferen** was to be rrji.A« i;oc If poasl
{>!«. Favorohie crr.p «cc^or?e from Kansas and Okla
homa, la .-«*.!ltion to rwwms '<( )ncreos»!d acreage j:;
the former Htst*-. favored the «>.Tort* of bears to depress
new crop <se!l varies. Around tha oponins. when the mar
ket utiowed conslrferstie steadintsj" and slight advances
over th* previ-H:* r.ljht. email Northwert roceipts. strength
In Obmln«T.tel tnai'kete en<l predictions that Minneapolis
-r«vwlpt» would contract n-ateria»y after Aprtl 1 acted as
»bi> nrimipnl buylne nvvivr-y. The cro^d. however, rvl
4er.tfr overtwopht on this rfw, KS4 was taken at a dl» T
f>!fnritßr» by the toar deßJpßttPtttttla of ti'.fl last lu/tir.
A !#aJ) ilevat'ir cor.rrm. CM-'lltcd with liberal pur
rJ-.e** 1 * c! July around mid-Jay, was a tr-sjtiug teiier on
th* late oeclino. v. »• of tt-.» bull news continued to
rome from Minneapolis, where e-ocks hft\-o docreosnl
StO,-«K> tuisa la lit* lest tour Cay*, and 283 cax» were
loaded out of elevators oa Tuesday. The receipts there
and at Minneapolis were only 144 cars, compared with
Ms cars last year. The only weak spot in cables was a
decline of >«s'*» at Liverpool. Paris, on the other hand.
dosed 15 to 20 points higher, Berlin '* mark up and
Budapest 10 points higher The primary movement con
sists! of 251.000 bush, compared with 404,000 last year.
On the late curb July wheat here said down to '■"■
OlSh prices in the local market c! wed ns follows: No -
'""•• !y_ISVi: No 1 Northern n-Jluth. *123H; No 1 hard
Man»oUa, $1 OH to b afloat. < ORN— Impression pre
vailed in some quarters here that big Chicago operators
were hol.ilngr the corn price up In order to sell out tne
craln bought sonn time ago at several cents a w>»n
under the present lev** In face of easier cables, letter
weather an.i big receipts the early market was sustained
within Mft\c of the previous Bight. When the -.Mieat
market broke, however. ■■■■»:: readily followed, and in
the afternoon wbs quite weate. «n*inK %«?lc net lower.
The primary movers 1: was MS.OOO bush, compared with
356.000 bush last year. This was In face of recent pre
dictions for a declining movement, and did not deter
<T!lca B o people from itill predicting light receipts in tho
next few weeks, on the idea that it pays t.ie farmei
better to feed his corn to high priced cattle and hon
than to market it. Seaboard clearances wore lißht, and
exporters bought only •>' loads. No 3 corn closed Wo
■ leval'.r and 53*4 c fob » float; No 2 white. .<i I 4C. ani
.No 2 yellow. 54?ic fO% alUt. OATS— The sent**
pressure in oats was very similar t^> that in corn ana
the market pave wny as resdily, .-!,.«):•-. weak at the
low»!-t Interval of the day. Cash Its here ruled easy,
closing as follows: .Mixed. 26 to 32 ft. 38»4®97c: natural
white 30 to 32 ft 87?i«r3SHe, and clipped white, So to
4*. ft.'3B%^4Oc. RYE nominal. BARLEY— Market slow.
Keoding was quoted at 44 Vie c I f New-\ork. and malt
ins. 40©52 c c i f Buffalo.
NEW-YORK PRICES..
Yerter-
V.'heat: Opening. Hi«h. Low. Close. day.
May .sl:4 $114 $113% $1 13 $1 13%
July 07% 07% t i'< ; ■ OtJ'4 07%
September ■•• *9% 88H W% 80%
Corn:
May 545-16 54% 54% 54% 64%
July 64% 54 3-18 64 54 53
CHICAGO PRICKS.
Wheat:
Mny 5115% $115% 5114% $114% $1 15 V;
JulY 92% n 511% 91% l>2 r t.
September S6Vi SO 0-10 S3 7-16 80 .-a 889s
Corn:
May 45% 4« 7 -« 48% 48% 45%
July 4it 4!» «S* 48% 4!)
September 49% 49% 45% 48 40%
Oat«:
May .- 31H 31U 3i>»i 50% 31 H
July 80% 30% SOU 30% 30%
September 20 % 29 H 20% 20% 2»»«
Lard:
May 7 12 7 12 7 07 7 10 7 12
July 725 725 720 7-2 7-7
Ribs:
May 600 695 6 87 00 6 90
July 7 10 7 12 707 7 10 7 10
Pork:
May 12 82 1200 12 SO 12 SO 1° S3
July 1300 1300 1202 1205 13 00
Receipts of breadstuff! at Interior points, in thousands
last three ciphers (0W) omitted, flour bbls, grain bush, as
follows: r
Flour. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Barley.
Chicago 33 £9 705 422 ' »> 133
Milwaukee ■' 1* 7 40 2 4'>
Minneapolis — 129 12 44 2 22
Duiut'i — 3 — 74
St. Louis 0 19 137 4S — —
Kansas City — 51 47 IS —
Toledo — 1 38 33 — —
Drtroit — — 10 1 —
Pcoria — — 40 is — —
Totals 4<J 2CI2 C 1 »S3 704 12 202
Shipments from these point/:
Chicago S3 47 290 181 12 83
Milwaukee .'> 3 3 1 — 13
Minneapolis :.'.> 75 5 68 10 30
l>i:luth — 7 — 3 — —
St. Louis 10 03 53 06 — —
Kansas City — 71 60 17 — —
Toledo — 1 33 M —
Detroit — 1 « 10 — —
Peoria — 1 24 71 — —
Totals 01 299 475 4G3 22 70
\ Receipts at Atlantic ports:
New-York St 3 89 107 — Xl 4
Boston 3 — 111 14 — *~
Philadelphia 4 — 28 17 — *-
Baltimore 6 6 44 1 — —
Orleans 2 — IBS 11 — —
Galveston — — 11 — — —
Totals 37 8 465 150 — 14
Exports from Atlantic ports:
New-York 2 — 118 — — —
Philadelphia — — 25 — — —
Baltimore — — 1 — — ~~
Newport News 15 — — — — —
New-Orleans 1 — 12^ — — —
Galveston — — 61 — ~ —
Totals 19 — 324 — — —
METALS— TIN— London cabled a slightly higher mar
ket for tin with spot quoted at £130 DS and futures at
CUM Us. Locally the market was quiet, but held a little
higher, with spot quoted at 29.70529.00 c. COPPER was
easier in London, closing at £<;7 17s M for spot and
£68 .".s for futures. Locally the market Is gene- nil,- firm.
Some large producers are holding: for 15.50 c for lake and
15.27'jc for electrolytic. New-York Metal Exchange quo
tations follow: Lake, 15.2T.®1u.37'iC; electrolytic, 15.12,1
615.25 c, and casting at 14.57 ! 15 •. LEAD way un
changed at £12 bs i)A in London and at 4 r>i*r4.6oe in the
local market. SPELTER was unchanged at £99 is 6d
In London, but was easier at 6.10&<U5c in the local
market. IRON closed at 54s «d In Glasgow and at 43s 4 -id
In lalddlesbom. Locally iron was unchanged. No 1
foundry Northern Is quoted at $17 850918 25. No 2 foundry
Northern at $17 503*18, No 1 foundry Southern and No 1
foundry Southern, soft at $17 75'&r*18 25. Pig Iron certifi
cates on the Produce-Exchange showed considerable Im
provement in the demand to-day and a good business
resulted Sales were 500 tons March and 800 tons May.
We quote: March. 916IWfl«W>: April. $16 »®fWMi
May. $16 605516 60; June. $10 7Wsl7. and July, $16 60®
* IMOLASSES1 MOLASSES AND SYRUPS— The distribution of mo
lasses In all markets was quite good, but the Individual
orders were for small lots, while the tone was firm here
and at primary po'.nts. Syrups were still moderately
active and steady. Quotations follow: New-Orleans cen
trifugal, common, 12$ 13c; fair. 15®17c: food. l^lc:
prime 220-27 c; New-Orleans open kettle. 30® 37c. SlßlJlfa
— Common, 14@15c: fair. KViilSc; B°°d. 18081 c; prime,
25 25c; fancy 2S&3OC. „
OCEAN FREIGHTS — Chartering was quiet in all de
partments of eteam and sail tonnage, and the general de
mand for vessels was limited. Rates were not quotably
changed. Quotations to Liverpool. 101 %d; Antwerp,
I 'id; Glasgow, lHd: London. 1%©1% d: Hull and Bristol,
2c! ; Leith and Newcastle, nominal; Bremen. 2;. pigs;
Hamburg. 37% pfgs; cotton, to Liverpool, per 100 rb.lo®
14c: London. oats. nominal. CHARTERS — Brit sh
steamer, 1,205 tons, sugar, Cuba to New- York or Phila
delphia. 8V»c; British schooner, 380 tons, lumber. Mobile
to Havana or Sagua. $5 50; schooner. 510 tons, lumber.
M bile to New-York, at or about $6 2T>; four schooners,
75 92. &8 and 194 tons, pineapples, Bahamas to Baltimore
or New-York, private terms; schooner, 634 tons, lumber.
Fernandina to Philadelphia, private terms; schooner. W. 4
tons, coal, Newport News to Charleston. »sc. and back to
New-York. $5; two schooners. 1.220 and 2,249 tons, coal.
Philadelphia to Boston, private terms; schooner. 44 10
tens ocal Philadelphia to Providence, private terms;
schooner. 430 tons, dry cypress. Jacksonville to New-
York private terms; schooner. 612 tons, coal, Philadel
phia to Cardenas, at or about $1 90: Norwegian steamer,
1,153 tons (continuation). West India trade, six months
private terms; Spanish steamer, 1.931 tons, timber. Gulf
to Holland, 78s 9d. May: British steamer, 1,618 tons,
timber. Gulf to Mediterranean, private terms. April;
British steamer. 1.332 tons, timber. Gulf to Sutherland.
Hie April Danish steamer. 1,234 tonß, timber. faapelo to
United Kingdom or Continent, at or about 755, April;
German bark. SO.OOO cases petroleum, hence to Hong
Kong, 16c, April-Mai.
OILS Cottonseed oil was moderately active to-day on
continued Fperulative buying Trailing wan chiefly pro
fessional. Prices were barely steady, a3 compared with
the previous night. Sales: 200 bbls March at »%C. 100
March at 26c. 2f» April at 2«v; c . 400 May at 2tt%c, 500
June at 27c. 300 July at 27 Vic 1.300 July at 27' =c. 100
July and 500 August at 27% c. 600 September at ;>Hic. and
800 September at 28Hc Refined petroleum continues
t-teady and unchanged. Linseed oil is rather quiet at old
prices Wo quote: PETROLEUM, standard white, bbls,
57 23 bulk $4 25; Philadelphia. $7 20, bulk $4 30; refined
cases'. New- York, 98 06: Philadelphia. $9!«»; water white,
New-York, bbls. 150 test. $1)25, bulk $0 35; Philadelphia,
*« 20 bulk $5 30; water white, cases, New-York. $12 (ft;
Philadelphia, *12 80. COTTONSEED OlL— Prime crude
fob mills, 19% c: prime summer yellow, March. 25% @
"<'.- c; April, 2CU(?2fiy4c; May. 26H®27c; July, 27@27'*c.
and September. 28%©28i»cs off summer yellow, nominal;
prime while. 2&%©2»c; prime winter .yellow. 29% ©30 c
LINSEED OlL— American seed, city raw, | g4f c; out of
town raw. 455-46 c; Calcutta raw. tic; lard oil. 59®C0c.
PROVISIONS general tendency of the market was
downward all day. representing sales for profits and sym
pathy with grain. The best buying was early, when
packers took lard, ribs and pork in moderate volume.
']"!..- Chicago receipts were 25.000 head; estimated for
Thursday. XI OOO head. Kansas City had 8,000, Omaha
0 000 and' all Western points 71.000 bead. PORK quiet;
quoted: Mess, $13 37%5'513 75: family. $14 50@*15: ehort
clear. $12 7&851.V BEEF steady; quoted: Mess, t'.i'tp
$9 60- family. $123513; packet, $lli&$12: extra India
mm, $]<y?i*i-Y BEEK HAMS steady; quoted at $22®
93860 DRESSED HOGS quiet; quoted: Bacons. 7'ic;
I<<O Ib 7'4c- IGO It), 7»»c: 140 Ib, 7%c; pigs. 7% ©Be.
CUT MEATS — Pickled bellies steady; quoted: Smoking,
7\c- 10 n> 7%Q-7%c; ?2 Ib. 7%0T%c; 14 Ib, 7c Pickled
shoulders nominal; quoted at sVi®6c. Pickled hams
quiet- quoted B%©l)e. TALLOW duO; city. 4%c; coun
try 4%@4%c. I^ARD easy, quoted: Chicago prime
steamed 7 35c- Middle West prime, 7.10 c. City lard easy;
quoted, C%e. Refined lard quiet; quoted: Couth America,
fee- Continent. 7.40 c; Brazil kegs, oc. Compound steady;
quoted 4'k96Wc. STEARINE steady; quoted: Oleo,
7Ho; city lard stearine, 7%ic.
RICE^ — The general market, that Is, the home and
primary distributing centres, reported a moderate volume
of business, but there ■*&* DO selling pressure, and the
undertone showed some steadiness at all points. Quota
tions follow: Domestic, ordinary. 3f?3%c; fair to good,
3%©-'f%c: prime to choice. 3VS4 ! i-c; head, 4^3',.?;
P*ina s%«rs?ic; Japan, foreign, nominal; do domestic.
Z%fle^c: Java, 4%(35'/ic; Rangoon, in bond. 2%©2% C.
SL'G'VR Bueinoss In refined sugar was moderate at
former rates, and the tone or the market was steady.
Prices quoted are net loss, 1 p'-r cent for cash: Cut loaf
ar.d crushed. 6.75 c; mould a, 8.40 c; cubes. 6.80 c; XXXX
rcwdered 0.20 c; powdered, coarse powdered and fruit
pewiered'. 6.18 . Basle rcnfectioncrE 1 granulated, 9.90cj
Haele coarse and extra fine granulated, 6.15 c; Eagle 2 Tb
cartons 2 Ib bags and 5 Ib bags of fine granulated. C.200 :
Eagl" fine or standard granulated and diamond A, •;.<>.'.<_■;
corf<-Vti A, 5.90 c; No 1, 5.70 c; Nos 2 and 9, 6.65 c;
No 4 5 55c: No 5 5.We; No ■;. B 45< . No 7. 5.40 c; No 8.
5.30 c; No 9. 5.25 c; No 10. 5.20 c; No 11. 5.10 c; No 12,
GltOc' No 14. 4.1»5c; N v 14 ar.d 15, 4 .'..'>,-. The market
for cost nnd freight sugars Is firm for distant shipment
from" Cubs, but the spot mark?t ruled weak an lower
on are— urn to ceil certain cargoes afloat. Refiners have
abundant supplies on hand, and they will not take EUgar
nearby except at reduced prices. The prices for May ship
ment from Cuba Is 3Sc. bafis 96 doj;re« test, but spot
rugnr Is weak and nominal on the basis Of 4?ic for 96 test
centrifugal. 4 5- 10 c for •-' test muscovado and 4 l-16c
for £!♦ test mnlsfses sugar. This prlee was made on a
sale of about 80.008 bars, afloat, two cargoes to go to Bos
ton and one to come •■•• New-York. A lot of 6.000 bag*
Cuba su*ar on spot was offered et 4 Tie. but not taken.
Three cargoes for first half April shipment from Cuba
were-, it wns Fald. , offered at T>c, but not taken. Tho
strer.Kth of distant shipment comes frrni the knowledge
of the reduced estimates of the crop, and it In r.cw said
that Cuba will nsake not more than l,2nt).<iOO tons, against
early estimates of about 1,300.000 tons. The weakness In
spot and nearby sugars Is due to th" rushing forward of
eupp'.ies. The London market for beet sugar was %i
lower at 14s Slid.
UIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool, March 22, 4 p. m — COTTOK—Rn«t—Moder
ate bufiineis don-; prices 0 points lower; American mid
dling. fa!r. 4.72 d; rood middling, 4.*od; middling, 4.2&1;
low middling, 4 140: good ordinary, 4J; ordinary, 3.84 d.
The sates of the day wei B,ouo bale*, of which 500 were
f«r illation and export, an . Included 7.&0 American.
RecelpU. 3.n0 baijes. Including I.3<»<) American. Futures
or«-ne<l t'j«l«r nud flo»e4 quitt: American middling, boo
March, ( :i'i. M«r.-|i and April. 4.11J;' Aurll and May.
4.12J; May und Juno. 4.15J: I me and July, 4.16 d; July
and Au?uut. 4.17; Augu«t and September. 4. 1 M; Septem
ber and October. 4 20d; October and November. 4.20; No
vember and Decemlier 4.21 d; l.»«!etnfcer and January,
4.l'l'J; J. r.uary aod February, 4.2ikL
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THFRSDAY. 23, 190R
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
; New-York. Mar:h 22, 1005.
BHANS AND PEAE — market is not materially
changed. Buying: i.» confined to such small lots as are
needed lor current use and sellers are still accumulating
Mo.:k. It Is possible that some further concessions would
be made to Increase the business, but there .are no open
offers to sell at leas titan our figures. We quote: BEANS,
marrow, choice, per bush, &:< 1U; do medium, $2 25; do
pea, $183; do red kidney, $2 80; do white kidney. 13 10:
do black turtle goup, $3 IS; do yellow eye, $2 10*342 18,
do lima. California. *3 40&53 •*•"> ; UKt-iiN PEAS. Scotch,
per bush, ?1 OT.StI m\i.
BUTTER- Receipts to-day, 3.891 pkfia. Some further
shrinkage is noticed In the receipts - 11 '" 1 the market Is
running quite short on desirable fresh table grades of
butter. This has led to some further advance, with quite
a strong fetliritr at the present writing. Th«» official quo
tation for extra creamery was raised to ZTV^c, but most
receivers were unwilling: to do business on that basis and
the trading from store was very larßely hi 28c for fancy
Ctuallty. Here and there a lot of exceptionally high grade
sold . i-Sc higher, Firsts have moved up a. little and
there is a better feeling or, seconds. Third are quiet.
Held creamery is firm for top grades, but lower qualities
■low. A little more inquiry for dm State dairy half tuba,
with Fales at 20©2flc. Not much doing in any of the
Western packings, and the lower grades, especially pack-
Ing stock, are easier. We quote: Creamery, extras, par
Ib. 25<c; do (Mercantile Exchange official quotation, extras,
2THc) firsts, 2»®37c; «Jo Boccnda. 22«34c; do thin.-. 2t)«
IQe; do ht-id. extras, 2G4j27c; do firsts, 2-l&2C.e; do seconds,
, 21@23e; do thirds. 20c; State dairy tubs, lirsts, 24925 c;
do seconds. 21 38c; do thirds, lOQ'JOc; Western Imitation
creamery, extras, i'4>:; do firsts, 31082 c; do seconds, 20c;
renovate'!, extras, 2Sc; do firsts, 21@22c; do seconds. li>@
Me; do third*. 18c; Western factory, extras. 220; do firsts,
21c; do seconds, 19#30c; do thirds. be: do held, first*.
21c; do seconds, IDS 2Oc: packing stock. No 2. lS®l»c; do
No 3. 16#17e
CHEESE — Receipts to-day, 1.578 bones. There Is a
continued fairly active demand from, regular dealers, but
dlspc-glticn pretty general to operate close to actual wants,
an.! the movement Is mostly in small lots. Stocks, how
ever, are steadily reducing and holders fully as firm In
their views, though price* without further change. Skims
In light stock and prices little more than nominal. Liver
pool cable. :.-:.- 3d for finest white and 64- M for finest
colored. We quote: State, "ull cream, small, colored and
whit* fancy, 14c; do fine. 13V4c; do late m-:<l*-. colored
and white, choice, 13c: do fair to good", 12®12Vic: do poor.
1" ■. ;ll : sc; do large, colored and white, fancy. 13% c: do
fine. 13(B']3i4e. do late made, colored and white, choice.
li'iic; do fair to got*!, UQllMc: do poor, 10910*0; do
light skims, small, choire, LOOlOVtc; do prime. l>^i(s£tnc:
do l^art. !kimß, priir.o, 8)4O8%c; do good. B©Bl4 c; do com
mon to fair, Z%Hlhic; do full skims. 4@sc.
EOOS Receipts to-day,' SZ.T9S cute/ Market strong
and 17V4c; a more genera] prices forJKeatern and South
ern, but nt that offerings are amp!*-for all demands. Duck
eggs in Urht supply and firm. We quote: State, Penn
sylvania an.i nearby selected white, fancy, l!t#U>Vic; do,
choice, 1801« Ho; do mixed, extras, lt>c; do firsts, 17»ej
Western firsts. 17Ho: da seconds. lie; Kentucky, 10V4&
l"'sc; Tennessee and Southern, lf>QlTnc: dirties. 14'/2®
IMsc; chf-ck». 13013 Vie; duck eggs. ::<J®3oo.
FUClTS— DßlED— Evaporated ar;::-'-. held steady, but
demand moderate. Not much Interest in sun dried apple*.
Chops and wasie quiet and ea?y. Small fruits in light
supply. California fruiU unchanged. We quote: APPLES,
evaporated, fancy, per Ib, 7c; do choice, tiiidVtc; do prime,
per 100 Ib, J5 ■!■ ••.(¥.-. .10; do common to Kood, per id, 4i^
s'/ic; do i'anaumn, sun drle.l. quarters. 3H©4c: do Stnia
and Western, sun dried, coarse cut, 2U!i"3'«c; Uo Soutn
ern, sun dried, coarse cut, 2VsS3c- do chopped, per 100
ft, SI 00®J1 02; do coarse and shims. $3Ssl 1-; CHERr
RIES, per To. 13!iiil4 1 4c; HUCKLEBERRIES. ll@12c;
i;U\i-KiJi:iu:lES. «', 2 [7.-; RASPBERRIES, 2OJj24c;
APRICOTS, California, aioorpark, 12614 c; do Royal, HO
12c; PEACHES, California, peeled. '.:,-. 19 ■. do unpeeleti,
o@l2^c; PKUNES, California, 2&o^*e; Uo Oregon, 4%0
6*c.
FRUITS— FRESH— Apples in liberal supply, but meet
ing a fair outlet at steady prices. Cranberries held steady,
With Etockj gradually working out. Orangea show wide
range in quality and value. Plneapj Bcarce. Straw
berries dracrgJns owing to poor quality. We quote:
Al'l'lvE.S, king, Northern, per double bead bbL $2 7.'> li
93 SO; (io V.'eatwn New-York. |2 00®*3 25; do senberg.
Northern. $2 76ffif3 Ptt; do Western New-York. *2 s<»<g>:i;
.J.; Kin Davis Northern, $1 750*2 5'J; do Western New
\oi-k 25&>2; do Udldvin. Northern, f 1 7o&S- 60; d >
Western New-York. $1 60@f2; <5o Orcenlng Northern. $1 50
fcs2 si); do Western New-York, $1264912; do No 2 an.!
frosted stock, $I@sl2S; do as to kind, in bulk. per 160
Ib. $1&$1 CO; CRANBERRIES, Cape CoJ, per bbl, $5 M*ii
$7 50; do Jersey per hi.;. $6; •'.!■. per crate, ?lfisl '•";.,
ORANGES, Horiila. psr lx>x, fI'S'JS; tnr.gerlnes. Florida,
per strap, $2.".m,04: mandarine Florida, per strap, *1 Sou'
.<.:. GRAPEFItOIT. Florida, per Itox, W*: PINEAP
PLK.S. Florida, per crate, $i! 25<S!*;5 ; STRAWBERRIES,
Florida, per quart, li@43c
HOPS — firmness of hoMers of remnininj lots Inter
fare with trading and the general market is quiet, hut
prices show Uttlu if any change. We quote: State, 11K>*,
choice, per n>, ;■■<■■■, do good to prime, S7<3 1 26e; ■; . com
mou to good. Xo<U2C>c; do Pacific Cokst, 11)04. choice, 390
80c; do good to prime, 2T£2ti<:; do IS>O3, choice, l's'3li<sc;
do oU olds, lift 12c.
rOULTHY— ALIVE— Receipts to-day lncluJea 5 cars
by freight ana si few tiering coco by express. Re
ceipts are light and stocks are cleaning up promptly on
arrival at steady prices for all descriptions. Live pigeons
Blow. We quote: FOWLS, Western, ijer Ib, 16o; CHICK
ENS, Western, per Ib, 12c; ROOSTERS, Western old,
per Ib, Imc; TURKEYS, old, per Ib, lt;c; DUCKS, West
ern, average, p- r pair, 7OJj'Soc; do Southern. 60® 05c;
(iEESIi, Western, 1 average, i»er pair, f1 - - 7 . .- »■ 1 til'; do
Southern, $1 25©fl 37; PIGEONS, per .-air. I'Oc. JJIJEriSED
— Receipts of fresh killed fowls are very iisht, and, while
more or U*r delayed stock Is out, the quantity in all is
not large, and holders are very tan In their views, and
askins J/~cJ /~c higher on all desirable grades. General de
mand, however, shown little, if any, improvement. Other
frefili kille'l poultry unohaJiKed. In the scarcity of fresh
killed poultry, frozen is receiving mare attention and a
fair movement, but mostly in small lots. We quote:
Fresh killed — TURKEYS, Western, average best, 20c; do
mixed, fair to good. lS®l9c; do poor, 15ClTc: CHICK
ENS, Philadelphia, '.) to 10 it to pair, per tb, 20Q21C; do
mixed Blzef. 16@18c; do other Pennsylvania, 7 to 8 Ib
to pair, fancy, per Ib, 17c; do State and Pennsylvania,
mixed sizes, 14@15c; do Western, coarse and staggr, 10®
J2c: FOWLS, Western, dry picked, average best, dry, per
Ib, 14c; do Foalded, 14c; to average best, iced, 13^ic; do
Southern and Southwestern, average beat, dry, ISHc; do
ice.l. i;;n;: ; : i ; .1 ■ poor to fair, lO&12e; old cocks, per
Ib, 104t>lOHc; SQUABS, prime, large, white, per dozen,
53; do mixed. $2 25; do dark, $1 50<h$l 75. Frozen—TUR
KEYS, toms, No i, rer ib, 21@22c; do hers, 20Q21< i do
No 2, lGtalbc; do old toms, 1- >!!«; do old hens, l'J@2oc;
do capons, choice, large, per Ib, 201321 c; BROILERS, dry
picked. No 1. par It.. l>-.i2t>c; do scalded. No 1, 16®18c;
CJHICKENS. roasting, soft meated. per It). l«c; do aver
age, No 1, 14*? 1.1 c: do mi Hum grades, 12JilSc: FOWLS.
No 1. per n>, 18913Hc; do No 2. 9<B>llc: old roosters, per
Ib, lOc; DUCKS. No 1. per Ib. 15©16 c; GEESE, No 1, per
n>. iaoi«c.
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— O!d potatoes in lib
eral supply and weak; new and second crop selling well
when choice. Sweet potatoes steady. Domestic onions
dull and weak. New onions hold firmly. Cabbages weak.
Asparagus in Rood demand and higher. Beets and carrots
steady. Cauliflowers largely poor. Cucumbers scarce.
Celery steady. Chicory and escarol lower. Eggplants in
light supply. Kale and spinach In good demand and
higher. Lettuce plenty and weak. Leeks dull. Peas
scarce. Peppers steady. Parsley weak. String beans in
good demand at former prices. Rutabaga turnips weak
and lower. Tomatoes show irregular quality but selling
fairly. Other vegetables range about as quoted. We
quote: POTATOES. State and Western, in bulk, per ISO
n>, $13?$I 25; do per 188-!b bag. $I<<lsl 15; do Long Island.
In bulk, per 180 Ib. $1 75©52; do per 108 tb bag, $1 s(>@s2;
do Jersey, in bulk, per ISO Ib, $Hisl 25; do per bb] or
bag, $l(u$l 15; do Maine, per ICS-Tb bag, $I@|l 20; do
Bermuda, per bbl, 13 60016; do Havana. $B®s4 50; do
per bush crate, ?1 25©$1 00; do Southern, second crop, per
bi. $150Q54; SWEET POTATOES. Jersey, per bbl. $2 60
695; do per basket. UOtl 75; do Virginia, per bbl, |1 50®
$2 60; ASPARAGUS, Charleston, per dozen bunches, J4@
$10; do California, green, per dozen bunches. $5 00<359; do
white. J4.V>^ts 50; ARTICHOKES, California, per" dozen,
75e0>1; BRUSSELS SPROUTS, per auart. 10320 -
BEETS. New-Orleans, per 100 bunches, WQtB; do Florida,
per 100 bunches, $Aifis7; do per bbl crate. $2@s3: do per
bush crate. $1 25QS1 60; do B«rmuila, per crate, Sl@sl 50;
do old, per bbl, $Wsl 25; CARROTS, Bermuda, per crate,
JlfiJl 50; do New-Orleans, per 100 bunches, $3@sr>: do old,
washed, per bbl, $1 25691 50; do unwashed, $I@sl 25;
CABBAGES. Florida, per bbl crate. $1 23052 25: do white,
domestic, per ton. $12fii$15: do oom<>*tic. $P@slo; CAULI
FLOWERS. Florida, per bbl, (400096; do per case or
basket. 51 50©$3; do California, per large rase. $3*7)
$4; do per Email case. 9175943 25; CUCUMBERS.
Florida, per crate. $9®ss 50; CELERY. California,
per case. $4@s4 75; do Florida, per case, $2(6 $3; do
State and Western, per dozen stalks, 20@90c: CHICORY
an.l ESCAROL. New-Orleans, per bbl. $«0$8; EGG
PLANTS, Florida, per box or basket, $2©5.%: do Cuban.
per box, 9280495: HORSE RADISH, per UK) It). $S<rt>sfl;
KALE, Norfolk, per bbl. T5c091 28; KOHLRABI, New-
Orleans, per 100 bunches. $4@s<l: LIMA BEANS. Cuban,
per crate, f߮96; LETTUCE. Florida, per basket. |1^
»3 60; do North Carolina. $1 W#s2; I.EKKS. New-Or
leans, per 100 bunches, $1 B0O*2: do Southern. $1 50:
ONIONS. Cuban, per crate. |29809875; do Connecticut
and Eastern, white, per bbl. $5J?$9; do yellow, S2r.fK^srt;
do red, $2 50J152 75: do State and Western, white, per
bush crate. $2 50098: do yellow. In bulk, per 150 Ib. $2 f>of<3>
it.V i . per bar, $8 26092T8: do per double head bbl. $2 2T.
(f7s2M>: do red. In bulk, per 150 Th. $2 25<£$.V. do per bag,
*2 25©52 75; do per double head bbl, $2 25(ii$2 50: do
Orange County. N T. red and yellow, per bag. $2 2."'f»
*2"5; OKRA. Florida, per carrier, $2{?s4: do Cuban. $2t>
tSSO: PEAS. Florida, per basket or crate. ♦rtWSOIPEP
PERS, Florida, per carrier or orate, SSiTr-Sn 50: Bo per
basket. ?2(f?s3; do Cuban, per carrier. $2(353: PARSLEY,
Ncw-Orlear.s. ppr 100 bunches. ?3"iTs4; do Bermuda, Per
box, 9309580: do California, per 100 small bunches. $B*>
$5- do Florida, unbundled, per basket, 1 1 755j"52 25;
PARPNIPS. old. per bbl. tl«Vl 60; RADISHES. New-
Orleanii. per .100 bunch?)-. $3<ffs4-. ROMAINE, Florida,
per l>apk.»-t Rie?fl: do Bermuda, per box. $1 250*2:
STRING BEANS. Florida, irreen. per crate or basket, S3*>
$5; do war. |25(KMS: PQUASH. Florida and Cuban,
white per box, $1 50012 BO: do Hubbard, old. per hbl,
SI 25G?$1 T5; -I" marrow. $1 25<?*1 50: SHATXOTR New-
Orleans perlOO buncbe<=. $S«T*5- SPINACH. Norfolk, per
bbl. S1«T'?1 BO; TOMATOES. Florida. Tier carrier; Sl<3s4 B0:
do California, per flat c^<«e. $1«r*250; do Cuban, per
carrier. ?1(3J?- 50; TURNIPS. Canndlnn. rutabasa. per bbl.
pOc< tl; <5o d 'mpstl<». rutabnea. 75i»t90c: do Irish, ruta
ban per baft so<f?9Oc: do New-Orleans, white. r>»r bbl.
$2 50(fTJ3 50; do white. r*r bbl. $.I©sl 50; WATERCRESS.
per 100 bunches. Jl 50©$2 50.
HOTHOUSE AND FUAMR PRODUCTS? — Mushrooms
held about ete&dy. . Cucumbers dull. Lettuce felling
fairly. Parsley and mint pientv and weak. Radishes
nrarce and firm. Rhubarb drairclnjr. Tomatoes steady.
We quote: BEETS, per 100 bunches. $flS?$8; CUCUM
BERS. No 1. per dozen, $1 2-">'gsl 50: do Xo 2. per cage,
i° ',(>■!??. ". 50- do Entrllfh. per dozen. *I«tM 25; LETTUCE,
per dozen heads. 30c(f?*l 12: MUPTTTJOOMS. per 11>. 25^
r .c- MINT, per dozen bunche«. ?O/,7«0c ; PAR9LKT, per
10f)' small bunches. S3(!?*4: RADISHES, per 100 full «i E ed
b\inrhes t5994: RnUBART}. per 100 bunches, $2 00913 50;
TOMATOES, per IT). 100800.
NAVAL STORES.
The market for spirits turpentine was a shad» firmer
with a rise of say He In the quoted price for machine
made bMs owing to a hardening primary market. Rosin
was teady and unchanged. Tar ruled firm at former
prices. Wo quote:
SPIRITS TURPENTINE— OiI and machine bbls. 66%©
57 c.
TAR— $5 25.
ROSIN- Common to good strained. $2 05$z$3; E. $3 15<f>
$3 20- F. 9890099 25: '•■ 98 35©53 40: H. $3 Bo©s2 70 : I,
$3M>£«9o; K. 14 85<!M4 45: M, $4 Sf>@s4 00; N. 95 10;
W G. $5 35. and W V.'. $5 50.
STOCK ON HAND.
Rosin, bbls. 14.338
Spirits turpentine, bbls * 1.482
Tar, ii>i- 1.150
Wilmington. March 22.— SPIRITS TURPENTINE firm,
f.2'-V; receipts. IB bbU. ROSIN — Nothing doing; receipts,
FAX bbls. TAR firm, $1 70: receipts. 201 bbls. CRUDE
I TURPENTINE firm. $2 30. 98 70; receipts. 41 bbls.
Charleston, March ; 22. —TURPENTINE and ROBIN—
Nothing doing.
Savannah. March 22.— TURPENTINE firm. o3Hc; re
(relpts, 73 bbls: Mi™, 60 bbls. ROSIN firm; receipts, 421
bblis; shipments. 835 bbla: quoted. a. n and C. $2 77 l : D,
$2 82H: E. I 2 87H; F. $2 02\i: O. *30r,; H. *3 80 : I, 98 60;
I K. $4 Ofi; M. $4 60; N. $•» 75; W <-„ 95; W W. $5 15.
London, March TURPENTINE— 20s IM<l.
i ITOSlN American strained, Is 1H<1; fine, Us 93.
SOUTHERN COTTON MARKETS.
Middling. Net. Gnu. Sales. Stock.
C.alveMon. quiet 73»7 3 » 6.042 <!,042 13 151.070
New-Orleans. «-axy 7 ! . 12,620 12,52)1 4.000 2f1rt,770
Mobile, quiet 7S >',-•> «T« 200 35,r,5(i
F-ivcnnoh. du11....- "!\ 4..104 •»■»'» -J. 52. H2
t'hurlestcn, quiet "*• 2?fi Tsi*i — 14,(H2
1 Houston, easy 7«» 6.188 6.lsa 513 O..VT.
' Augusta, quiet. ...7% M 060 73tt «1,787
•Weaiphls, quitt 7*. 1.4W *,275. 8.000 00.620
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New-York. March 22. 1000.
BEEVES— were 114 cars, or 2.034 head, Includ
ing 26 cars for export alive. 02 for slaughterers and 27
for the market making, with the 2 cars neld over Mon
day. 20 on sale, all at Jersey City with the exception of
2 cars. Steers were In moderate receipt, but not as scarce
ttt on Monday; early sales appeared to be about steady
as compared with the average Miles Monday, but some or
the salesmen rated the general market 10c off. quality
considered; there were too many bulls offered and prices
were easier, with 2V4 cars held over: good and .-hole.
fat cows were firm; medium to common grades dull to.
100 lower; 1 car unsold. Medium to choice steers sold
at $4 65@$C per 100 Ib: bulls at «3 20654 35; I extra bull
at $4 80: cows at $1 «*3*4 00: 2 extra fat cows at *1 !.'''*
$4 70. Tr.e demand for dressed . beef was alow at last
previous quotations. Liverpool and London cables quoted
llt© cattle and sheep steady: refrigerator beef easier at
ft^^SWe per Ib. The Idaho, Bailing to-day, earner!. l ? o
cattle to London for J. Sbamberg A Son: also 100 head to
Hull for the same firm, and 15d head to London ror
Schwanschlld & Sulzberger. Shipments to-morrow on tne
Cedric to Liverpool Include about 8.000 c-.iarters or Deer
for the Norrls Beef Company and about 1.800 quarters for
the Swift Beef Company.
Sherman & Culver: 17 Ohio steers. 1400 ■aver
age, at $6 per 100 Ib: 15 do, 141S Th. at JO; 13 do. l.>'Jo n>.
at *6; 21 Chicago do, 1077 Ib at ?5 10; 21 d«, lIC'J to. at
*5: 21 do. fIDT. It), at $4 60; 2 Pennsylvania do, 1C3.. r . ii:
*4C«: 2 Pennsylvania bulls. 1470 rb. at »4 *»: I do. l«40
It', at $4 25; 23 Pennsylvania cows. Oil) rb at $3 *'•
Mcl'berßon & Co.: 10 Ohio Steers. 1430 Ib at $.>9O;
24 Pennsylvania do, 1238 rt>. at $5 SO: 14 do. 1323 rb < at
$5 55; 1 stag. 070 Ib. at 53 50: 4 bulls. 1443 rb. *4 2._>;
7 do, 1480 Ib, at $3 00: « do, ;C27 rb. at 93 38: •" do, {".«>
ro. at $3 50: 1 cow. 1550 It), at $4 70: 1 08, 1200 rb. at
9*' 15; 1 do, 1330 Ib. at $4 06: 3 do. 1180 Ib, at ?3 00: 2 «°.
1050 Tb. at »3 60: 1 do. »90 Ib. at $3 50; 11 Jo. 032 n>. at
*3 22' i:; 3 do. 733 It. at $2 CO; 4 do. 997 To. at *2 4O: :2: 2
do 1140 Ib. at $2 23; 0 do. 065 It. at $1 00; 11 do. 7-6 ft.
at ' $1 7a
S. Saunters: 17 Ohio steers. 1.332 Ib. at $»: 17 do,
1.323 rb, at jr. S3; 16 do, 1.283 ft.. at 90 70; 18 do, 1.250 Ib.
at *5 65; 20 Virginia do, 1,210 Ib, at $.'. 05; 22 Pennsylva
nia do, l.oao Ib, at 9498: I bull. 1.210 It>. at $3 50: 2 do.
090 Ib. at 35; 4 cons, 1.226 tb, at $3 CO: 1 do. 830 Tt>.
at *2 78; 1 do. ST.O m. at $1 SO.
Newton & Co.: 17 Pennsylvania steers, 1.235 Tb. at
$5 45; 24 do 1,190 Ib. at JO 40; 7 do, l.us rt>. at E; 9 ep>
I.OSO Ib, at $4 75; 2 bulls. 1.860 Th. at ?i 20; 1 do, 1,700
Ib, at $4 03; 7 cows, f-85 Ib. at *2 6U.
J. Shamberg & Suns: 1 Chicago uteer. 1,500 Ib, at $0;
20 do. 1.076 Ib, at $5 15; 18 do. 1.054 ft. at $5 10.
J. B. Gibson: 11 Pennsylvania steers. 1,180 ft. at $•>;
0 do. 1,111 Ib. at $4*o.
Kerns Commission Company: 1 Virginia bull. 1.540 rb.
at 14 33; 3 .1- . 1.567 Tb. at &t 75; 2 do, 1,015 Th. at $3 50:
4 do. 787 Ib, at £1 30; 1 Virginia cow. OCO It), at $3 BO; 17
do. 707 ft, si $1 73. „ . „_.
Tobin & Shannon: 1 buls 1,080 ft. at $3 .TO; 1 do, 1.080
ft. at $3 35; :; cows, 1.0.^8 Ib, at $3 50; ft Co. 800 ft. at
$2 80; 8 do. 808 Ib. at $2 20. __ o _
B. Judd & Oo. : 2 bulls. SSO ft, at M 20; 7 cows. 778 ft.
at $1 65.
J. O. Curtis & Son: 1 bulls. 1.580 ft. r.t $3 75; 1 do.
1.220 lh. at $3 70; 5 do. 1,114 Ib, at $3 50; 8 do. 85OTb. at
$3 40; 3 cows, 1.077 Ib, at $3 33; 0 do, 040 ft. at $3; 1 do,
990 rb, at $2 7.".; 2 do. M«> ft. at $2 CO; 9 do. SS3 ft, at
$2 23; 1 do. 77D ft, at ?2; 12 do, 752 ft, at $1 "•0; 11 do,
68* Ib, at $1 65.
K. H. 11. His: 2 cows. 1.600 ft, at $2 25.
John Ducey: 1 bull, SIC Ib, at $3 35; 1 cow. 820 ft. at
$2 50; 1 do. nh> Ib, at $1 Ml
JellifTe, Wright & Cv>.: 1 bull. 1.110 ft, at »3 50; 1 ran.
CSO ft. at $1 73. „,
MILCH COWS— Receipts were 7."> head. including CO
for suburban dealers and 1.1 for the market, and 2 cars
of fresh cows were back to. arrive later In. the day.
Sales ■; $22 50©545 were made early in the day, ana
Fellers reported a weak market, cows $2!5'53 per head
lower.
- .1. G. Curtis A Son: 12 fresh cows, calf In
olud< 3, fit $22 r.OSS4S per head.
Jelliffe, Wright ,v Co.: 1 cow and calf, for $33.
CALVES — necelpts were v>'-> be**, all for the market.
Demand fairly good anrl prices about tlie HIM as on
Monday, but not 83 strong as at the Anth-et. yards on
Tuesday. Tlie pens were, cleared. Common to prime
veals sold at 994990 per 100 Ib; ■ few selected do at
$0 25919 60; culls at 146*4750- little calves at •?■'<• City
rtr.j-s^ri veals steady at 9ti'l3\2C per Tb: Country dressed
higher at 7H6'lSc. . _
Hales at COth^Kt.— J. G. Curtis & Son: 47 veals, 12S Ib
average at if 373 per I<*> rb; 23 <k>. 129 fl>. at tSdSHj
32 ,i . 121 ft at MSB: 73 do, 119 ft. at 28: 19 do, 117
Ib at 9825. less $2 on the lot; 4 do, 113 Ib. at $S: 4 do,
108 It) at 97; 5 do. l'".i rb. aX $0 50; 7 do. US ft, at $3;
96 do. 7C 11). at $4.
W. It- Humo: 89 veals. 143 ft. at $»: 1 do, 12« rb. at
$8 50; 1 do, 120 tb, at $8; 1 do. US It* at $7; 4 do. 100 ft,
at Jii 2 do. SO ft, at $•».
JelliftV Wright ft <<. . : 1 veal. IOC ft. at $0; 54 do, 122
Ib. at $."* 50; 2 do. 120 Ib. at W; 4 do, SS Ib, at $5.
Geo. I L. S. DlTlenback: 122 veals, 110 ft. Nt $SSO.
H. 11. 1i..1i«: « veals (selected), 19» Ib, at $0 5o; 35 do
(selected). 130 lb. at ?!> 25; 4 do, 137 Ib. at $9: 7 do. 110
It), at $SSU; 1 do, 103 ft. ot 97 00; 1 d.-. 120 rb. at $7: 5
do, 100 ft, tt 9989: 1 do, DO Ib, at $G; 3 <!•>. 72 Th, at $4.
Sties at Jeisey City— Bandars: 28 veals. 134 It., at
$0; 125 do, 122 ft. at SS 00; I do. 135 IT), at $5; 9 do. 75
ft, at »4 60.
S. Jnad & Cc: 25 veals, 113 ft. at $S 25: 10 do, 110 ft,
at $8; li'> do. 11» ft. at $7 50; 3 do, 80 ft. at $5; 81 little
calvcu. f7 Ib. at $3.
T ;In & Shannon: 23 veals. 115 ft, at fS 50; 2 do, 85
It), at $5.
JlcPherscn & Co.: 2 veals. 100 ft, at $7.
.SHEEP AND LAMBS— Keeeipts were 11 ' i cars, or 2.332
hear!. Including 3 cars for slaughterers and SVs for the
market, making; with the stock: held over yesterday,
about 11 cats on sale, all at Jersey City, with the excep
tion of half a car. Prices were rated steady, but trade
wts alow and about 3 cars w>r» held over. Ctmmon to
prime ewes sold at $4 f>Gds<> per 100 Ib; a deck of Western
wethers at 96 00; culls at $3 50; common to prime lambs
at $7 12*i«f$S60; culls at $8: a few Jersey spring lambs
at ?."• 50 per head. I>ress«d mutton quiet, at SVaS lo'.io
per Ib; dressed lamba at llt?13o; country dressed spring
lambs lower at $3<E-$7 60 per carcass.
Salf« Kerns Commission Cbmpany. : 220 Western
lambs, 70 ft average, at $6 50 per 100 ft; 220 Buffalo do,
7S 11). at $S 40; 213 do, 70 ft. at $S; 217 do, 67 Ib, at
$7 87 ' a: 104 Ohio do. 70 ft, at $S: 105 do. 74 ft, at 98 23;
81 Western wethers, 02 ft. at $0 50: 3 Ohio sheep. 110 It).
Ct $11 50; 4 Buffalo do. 100 ft. at $6.
Tobln & Shannon: 222 Ohio cull sheep, 69 ft, at $3 CO.
B. Sanders: 81 State lambs. 64 Ib, at 97 80; 26 Stata
sheep. 71* Ib, at $5 So.
Newton & Co. : 57 State Oambs, 64 ft. at $7 12H ; 8
State bucks, 146 ft, at $5.
W. R. Hume: 66 State lambs, 70 Ib, at $7 87V4: 1
sheep. 100 ft. at $0.
McPherson & Co. : 7 Jersey spring lambs at $,5 50 each.
HOGS Receipts -were 25 cure, or 3,811 head. Including
130 for the market. Prises firm. Prime State hogs sold
at 80 per 100 ft. Country dressed hogs unchanged.
Sales— W. R. Kume: 32 State hogs, 122 ft average, at
$6 per 100 ft.
OTHER MARKETS-BY TELEGRAPH.
Chicago. March, 22.— Receipts, 20,000 head;
market 10c lower; good to prime steers. $5 15@f4 25; poor
to medium. $3 75<ii§4 75; stackers and feeders, $2 50^44. 60;
cows, $2 701114 50; heifers. $3©?n: canners. $150@*2 40;
bulls. $2">o<srs4 25; calves. 1 9019 60. Receipts,
98.000 head; market o©loc lower; mixed and butchers',
|S2O®sS4o; pood to choice heavy, $5 3SiiTss -35; rough
heavy, 90 90095 30; light. $5 I<VB^oM; bulk of sales,
$5 2fii{jrss 40. SHEEP — Receipts. 20,000 head; sheep strong;
iambs 15©25 c lower; good to choice wethers. $5 COG S 6 25;
fair to choice mixed, $4 76035 CO; native lambs, $5 oo£>
97 70.
Cincinnati. March 22.— HOGS active; butchers'. 95 50;
common, $4 2S<3s!> 30. CATTLE steady; fair to good
•shippers. $4 6OQ>ss 25; common. $2 25®53. SHEEP slow
at |3®ss 75. LAMBS slow at $5 25<fr$7 7. >.
East Buffalo. March 22. — CATTLE — light;
prime steers. $5 50<353 75; shipping. $B(ass 40; butchers',
54 Go<3-$5; heifers', $3 36®54 fes: cows. $SC$4 35; bulls, $3®
$4 50; Btockers and feeders. $3©s4 40. VEALS Receipts,
100 head; market active and 25c higher at $4 OOSfS 25.
HOGS—^Receipts, 2,000 head; market active; light hogs
steady; h^avy hr>K<« lie lower; heavy and mixed, $5 70®
96 76: Yorkers, $r. fiO^S 75; plga. $5 40; roughs, $4 »0@
$5 10; stags, $3 233*4. SHEEP AND LAMBS— Receipts.
4,000 head; market slow and unchanged.
Kansas City, March — CATTLlJ — Receipts, 6.300
head, including 800 Southerns; market steady to strong;
choice export and dressed beef steers, $3 26090 73; fair to
(rood. $4 25<355 23; Western fed steers, $4 25@55 60; stoclt
ers and feeders, $3®s4 SC; Southern steers. £3 <x>6s4 00;
Southern cows, 42 50®$3 73: ratlves, $25T l s4 40: naUve
heifers, $35T54 85; built, $2 Cs©s4 13: calves, $2 60©$8EO.
jIOOS — Receipts, 10,400 head: market 2%@10c lower; top,
95 82H; bulk of sales, $:> 10®$5 30; heavy, «3 80(S$5 33*4 :
packers. 95 ISMS 90; pigs and llprhts. »4 S3®ss 22H.
SHEEP— Receipts. 4.200 head: market strong;; native
lambs $6 50© $7 50; native wethers. $5 4<>as<>; native fed
ewes $3015 06: Western fed larribs. $6 50<g'$7 60; native
fed yearlings. $ias?sft«O; Western fed sheep. $3@s6; stock
era and feeders. $3 WiiJss 50.
%
THE STATE OF TRADE.
Buffalo. March — FLOUR steady. WHEAT, spring,
null- No 1 Northern. $1 10%. CORN unsettled; No 2 yel
low r.3*ic; No 3 corn 52Hc. OATS dull; No 2 white.
33»4c; No 2 mixed, 84^i<\ RYE, No 1. 88e.
Chicago, March 22 —The leading; futures ranged as fol
lows:
Wheat No 2: Open. High. Low. Close.
May $1 15011 15% $1 15 l ,i $114* $1 14H
July ...62tt<SO2>i 93 01% 81«i©9in
September ..8o«i(3>8«H 86H®66H 80Hff85V4 85^®80H
Corn. No 2:
May 48%G4R% 4ST4 4R'i 48«4
July 40 40V6 4RH 4RH@4BH
September .. 40-iH'J'i 4'.>',i 48'.45?48*, 4SH&4SH
Oats, No 2:
May 31Ue<ll'> 31 *4 30% 30%
July 30H©30% 80% 30H 30'j.
September .. 20% 29)* 29H 20H.
Mess pork, per bbl:
May 12 62% 12 90 12 80 12 82%
July 13 00 13 00 12 02% 12 05
Lard per 100 IV
May 7 12% 712% 7*07% 7 10
July 7 25 7 26 720 7 23
Short ribs, per 100 lb:
May 00 6 93 6 87% 6 00
July 10 715 707% 7 10
Cbsh quotations were as follow*: FLOUR easyy*
WHEAT, spring No 2, $1 10<£*$l 15; No 3. 910&®$l'l2-
No 2 red, $1 15H©*1 17%; CORN. No 2. 470; No 2 yel
low. 474 c; OATS, No 2. 32V<2rvl2He; No 3 white 80Via
82% c; RTfcJ, No 2. 78% c; BARLEY. go.>l feeding 3S?J4oc-
MALTING fair to choice, 43®47c; FLAXSEEO. No l"
fl 25; No 1 Northwestern, $1 37; TIMOnTY !=EEJ> prime
Bf>c; CLOVBR contract grade, $13 35; PORK. mess, par
bbl. $13 708512 75; LARD, per 100 I* $7 o*7 02 ■ CUT
MEATS, short rib sides (loose), $6 S7%©s7- short clear
sides (boxed). $7©s7 12K,; WHilkby. basis of hlirh
wines. $1 23. On the Produce Exchange, to-day the
BUTTER market was firm; creameries 20©27 - dairi«s
18«20c; EGOS steady to firm; at mark, cases Included'
15% c; firsts, lflc; prime firsts, 10%o; extras. i7Hcl
CHEESE firm. 12©13%0. ««raa, iJn c.
Dututh. March 22. — Close: WHEAT. No 1 Northern.
$1 06; May. $1 10; July. $1 08%; September; 8714 f
Milwaukee. March 22. WTIE^VT. No 1 Northern. $1 lfl-
No 2 Northern. $1 12«f«113i»; July. 01\c RYE No 1
UH& RAIU-KY. No 2, Me; sample, a»tf&oe. CORN No
3 47 U<fj 47 '«.<■ ; May, 4R'*c 1,1,1.
Minneapolis. March Close: -\\tteat May. $1 18H
July $1 <*Viisl '«'♦ ; SeptemWr. S7 I »^V7Sic; No 1 h*rd
$1 10%; No 1 Northern, $1 14'», No 2 Northern. $1 UW.
FLOUR— First patents. $B 20©$6 30; second patents, $0»
$<110; first dears. $4 83C54 65; second clears, $2 KoOs9 M.
FI^AXREEIV- closed at $1 38%. BRAN— In bulk.
$14 25.
Philadelphia. March WHEAT dull, easier; contract
grade. March. 81 10»il 10%. CORN declined He: March.
MVi#s2c. OATS fillet steady; No 2 white, natural. 37%
©BKc; No 2 white, clipped. 88c. BUTTER scarce: ad
vanced %&lc: extra Western creamery. 28c; extra nearby
prints. Sir EOOS firm; rood Inquiry; nearby fresh, 170
at mark; Western fresh. 17%0 at mark. CHKKBB quiet.
steady; New-York full creams, fancy. 13?* c; do choice,
13%o; do fair to BOod. 12»i©13kc
St. Ltmls. March 22. — Close: WHEAT— No 2 red. cash,
elevator. $i«B'i: May. $108',i: July, 85 Tie; No 2 hard.
$1O7' ; . CORN No 2 cash. 40Hc; May. 46140; July.
4«Hc. OATS— No 2 cash, 3O'.ic; May, Ls':'sr2BSc; No 2
white, 33e33'/ic.
Toledo. March 22. — CLOVERREED — Cash and March,
$7 00; April. $7 70: October. 55 1*2; TIMOTHY. March.
! $140: AL3IKE, prime. 97 66.
Railroads.
•'Ama?!ca*B Greatest Rnilfoad/' ..
NKWYORK
V.^ & tIUBSOH RIVER B. S.
THE SIX-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
Direct Line from
New York & Boston to Niagara Falls
Trains depart lrum Grantl Central Station. 42d Sumi
and Fourth Avenue, New Yo-k, a* 0.-low:
North aad west bound train* except those, leaving
Grand Central Station a> S 3o A. M.. 2.45. 3.30. 11.39
P. M.. wil. stop at 12Jth St. to receive pa&MDsara ten
minutest after leaving Grand Central Station.
12.10 A. M.—^UIt> SIGHT ISXFRESS.
8.30 A. M— tKM.VIRE STATE EXPRESS; Most fa
mous train in tlie world. Due Buffalo 4.49.
8.43 A. II. — 'FAST MAIL. 24 Hours to Chicago.
10.20 a. M.— 'day: EXPRESS.
13.n0 P. M.— •BUFFALO LIMITEP.
1.00 P. M.— 'SOUTHWESTERN' 1-IStITEJi.
1.00 P. M -'CHICAGO LIMITED. „..—_» , fc
2.45 P. M. — •"THS JOTH CE?rI"ITRTr LIMITED. s»
hour train to Chicago »ia LaAe S^ 0
8.3* P. M.— ALBANY AND TROY VBi *_« ?o
4.00 P. M.— 'MICHIGAN CENTRAL EXPRESS.
6.30 P. M.— 'LAKE SHORE LIMITED. 23 V, hour* te
Chicago. All Pullman Cars. __ _-.__
5.8 P. M.— 'CLEVELAND. CINCINNATI. LOUIS.
DETROIT AND CHICAGO LIMITED. ..
6.00 P. M.— 'WESTERN EXPRESS.
7.00 P. M.— 'MONTREAL EXPUES3.
7.30 P. M. — 'ADIRONDACK AND MONTREAL EXP.
8.00 P. M— 'BUFFALO. NIAGARA 'FALLS. CLEVE
LAND AND TORONTO SPECIAI" __
0.20 P. M.— 'WESTERN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
EXPRESS. mnm tl--^\
11.S0 P. M.— 'CHICAGO A ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
'Daily. tExcept Sundaj lExrcr,; Monday.
HAKI.ICVI BRANCH. _ „■
'.08 A. M. and 3.35 P. M.. except Sunday, to Plttsfleld
«nd North Adams. Sundays.* 9.20 A. M.
Pullman cars on all through trains.
Trains Illuminated with Plntsch light.
Ticket offices at 149. 261. 415 and 1216 Broadway. «
Unloß Sq. West. 275 Columbus ay»., 275 West 12.t1h
St., Grand Central Station, and 12Sth St. Station. Net*
York: 333 and 726 Fulton St. and 108 Broadway.
Brooklyn.
Telephonj "500 38th Street" for New Tork Centra.
Cab Service. Baggage checked from hotel or resides?*
by Weutcott Express Company.
A. H. SMITH. GEOROE H. DANIELS.
General Manager. General Paasencer Agent.
PENNSYLVANIA
RAILROAD.
THE ONLY FOUR-TRACK LINE LEADING
OUT OF NEW YORK.
STATIONS foot of WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET
AND DK9BROB3ES AND COU7LA.NDT STREETS.
i.-a" The leaving time from De»b?osaes and. Cortiandt
Streets la live minutes later than that given below for
Twenty-third Street Station.
Jr'Oli THE WEST.
•7.53 A.M. CHICAGO SPECIAL.
♦».53 A. M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.
•10.25 A.M. THE PENNSYLVANIA LIMITS©. 23
hours to Chicago.
•1.53 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS
•4.53 I*. M. CHICAGO LIMITED.
*i.(Wi !•. 31. ST LOUIS EXPRESS.
•5.55 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS.
7.53 I*. M. PACIFIC sQtPKBSS.
•X.;.-> r. M. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI EXP.
•9.33 P. M. PITT SBURO SPECIAL.
WASHINGTON AND TUB SOCTH.
T.W. 5.23, •112." •ti.SH •10.00 a. in.. 'la. OS. Z. 10. f*3.23.
•'Congressional Limited"). *Z.JO. «4.25. *4.35. U.'i> p. m..
12.10 night. Sunday. 5.23. •»23. '10.65 a. in.. •12.55
1*8.25. "Congressional Limited"). «3.:3. M.25. »4.55. S>.:3
p. m.. 12.10 m*iit.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.— I2.S3. 3.25. 4.23 p. m., 12.10
a. m. dally. ••Southern Palm Limited." 12.35 p. m.
week-days,
ATLANTIC COAST L1NE.— 9.25 a. m. an* Ml p. m.
daily: "New York and Florida Special." 2.10 I*, m
week day*.
SEABOARD AIR L1NE.— 12.53 p. m. and 12.10 a. m.
dally. "Seaboard Florida Limited.' " 12.25 p. m. daily.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY.— 3.23 p. m.
dally.
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.— a, m.
week-days, 4.SG p. m. dally.
FOR OLD POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK.— 7-35 a. m.
. week ~ da > s - i».^r> p. m. daily
ATLANTIC C1TY.— 9.03 a. m. and 2.55 p. m. week-days.
Sundays. «7.55 a. m.
CAPS MAY.— 12.55 p. m week-days.
LONG BRANCH. ASBURY c PARK fN'ortn Artrory Par*
fcundays). and Point Pleasant. 8.38 a. pi.. 12.23. 3.25.
4.M p. m.. and 12.10 nigt.t wkek-day*. Sunday*. 12. hi.
».23 a. m.. and 4..V. p. m.
•10.55. 11.55 a. m.. »12.55. »1.&5. 2.10. 2.53. »3.05. »■».
4.25. •fp. «4.55 <*t4.55 for North Philadelphia only).
•3.53. €.55. 7.55. 8.25. 25 (9.55 10" North Philadelphia,
only) p. m.. 12.10 night ween-days. Sundays, (i.05.
•7f>s. 8.25. •».-.->, «t».SS 8.55. •f10.25. *10.55 a. m..
•12.M. »1.55, •3.25. £k »4 25 Cti.33 for North Phila
delphia only). »4 55. •3.'33, 8.53. 7.05. K25. 0.25 «M»
fgr North Philadelphia only) p. m.. 12.10 night.
•Dining Car. tKxtra fare train. __
Ticket offices. Noa. 461 1354. 113 and 261 Broadway; 181
Fifth Avenue (below 23d St.): 263 Fifth Avenue- (eor
r.er 28th St.); 1 Astor House, and stations named above;
Brooklyn. 4 Court Street. 860 Fulton Street. 3»0 Broad
way, and Pennsylvania Annex Station. Th» New York
Transfer Company will call for and check baggage from
hotels and residences through to destination.
Telephone "543 Chelsea" for Pennsylvania. Railroad Cab
Service.
W. W. ATTERBURY. 3. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Pass'r Traffic Manager.
GEO. W. BOYD.
General Passenger Agent.
READING SYSTEM.
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL, R-. R-.
Liberty Street and South Ferry (time from South Ferrr
five minutes earlier than shown below).
EASTON, BETHLEHEM. ALIXNTOWN AND MAXJCU
CHUNK Z4.UO (7.15 Eaaton only). ».1» a. m.. 1-iO,
4.40, 6.00 (5.45 Canton only) p. m. Sundays. zi.33
a. m., 1.00. 5.30 p. m.
WILKKSBAKKE ANI> SCRANTOX— X4.OO. 9.10 a. m^
6.00 p. m. Sundays. 24.30 a. m.. 1 p. m.
LAKEtVOOD, LAKBUUKJsT. TOMS RIVER AND
BAHNEOAT— »9.40 a. m.. a 1.30 (3.40. 4.19
Lakewood and Lakehurst only), aa.OO. 16. 0S p. m.
Sundays. 9.4.) a. m.
ATLANTIC" CITY — *9.40 a. m.. fS «0 p. m.
VINKLANI) AND BKIDGETON — z4.00 a. m.. 3.40 p. m.
LONG BRANCH, ASBI'KV PARK. OCEAN DROVE,
POINT TLEASANT. AND SE.\.snORE POINT*—
•4.00, 8.30. 1130 a. m.. x 1.20. 4.45. 5.30. 6.30. 1159
p. m. Sunday, except Ocean Grove, 9.00 a. m.. 4.00,
8.30 p. m.
ATLANTIC HLDS.. RIGHT, MON'MOCTH BCH-,
EAST LONG branch — 4.00. 5 30. B.JO. 11.30 a. m..
1.30. 4.30 (5.2«> Atlantic Hldd. only). 6.30 p. m. Sun
days. ».0O a. m., 4.00 p. m.
PHILADELPHIA (READING TERMINAL)— »4.33. 7.00,
tB.OO, »9.00, fIO.OD. til 00 a. m.. 118.00. '1.00. 11.10.
t2.GO, tS.OO, *4.00. ta.OO. tS.OO. t7.10. 19.00. i 10.39
p. m.. »i:.15 mdt.
«TH AND CHESTNUT STREETS I4.2S. tB.OO, •10.09.
•12.00 a. m.. *3.00. t»4.00. »6.00. »7.00. t9.J5 p. m..
•12.15 mdt.
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON— B.OO. *10.00. •13.30.
•2.00. »4.00, *6 00, *7.00. "12.16.
BEADING, II AKRISBI POTTS\'nXB AND XTIIX
IAMSPOKT—I4.OO. Z4.25. tB.OO. ||t9.10. (10.00. 11.00
a. m.. Reading only). $1.00. 1^1.20. t2.00 p. m. Read
ins. Pottsville. Harrisburg only; t4.00. 15.00 p. m.
iFrom Liberty Street only. •Daily. tDally. except
Sunday. {Sundays only. {Parlor cars only. liVia Ta
maqua. aExcept Saturdays.
Offices: Liberty St. Ferry, South Ferry. 103 Green
wich St., 6 Astor House, 261, 434. 1300. 1354 Broadway,
182 sth Ay.. 281 sth Ay.. 25 Union Square West. IS3
East 125 th St.. 173 West 125 th St . 245 Columbus Ay..
New York: 4 Court St., 344. 860 Fulton St.. Brooklyn;
390 Broadway, Willlamsburg. New York Transfer Co.
calls for nnd checks baggage to destination.
W. C. BESLER. C. M HURT.
Vlce-Pres. and Gen. Met. Gen, Paas'r Agent.
NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN & HARTFORD R.R.
drains lieyaxl liuiu ' ii -V"l central biauoa. 4^Ul tit. and
4th Aye., as follows, for
BOSTON, via New London ana Providence— 14:30,
tt!UO:00. 'x!|lO:oa A. M.. Ul|l:oft •x|ll:WJ. »x\\3.U).
t»i|o;uo. •tll*:01. *il2:00 P. U.
BOSTON, via ■VVllllmantic— tV>:OO A. M.. f2 00 P. M.
BOSTON, via Sprlngfleld— t»:oO A. M.. tll«:00. *114:OOU
•11:00 P. M.
FITCHBURG. via Putnam and Worcester — P. M.
LAKEVILLE and NORFOLK— I»:SO A. M.. t3:31 P. M.
GT. BARULNUTON. STOCKBRIDOE, LENOX. PITTS
FIELI>—I4;SO. tS;SO A. M.. t3:31 P. M.
WATEKBURY and WINSTED— t4:3O. |6:00 i t!9:0O.
tl0:01\ f*lu:i)2 (to Waterbury) A. M.. tl:03. t4:3(X
r.3:UI. te:OO. |6:00 (to Waterbury) P. M.
Ticket ottlces at cGrand Central Station and cl23th
St.. also at 1-113, c2til. 1.1&5. c 1.334 Broadway, c 3 Park
Place, c 25 Union Square, cl>- Fifth Aye.. c 240 Columbus
Aye. t 640 Madison Aye.. c 273 West 122 th St., 133 East
12Ath St. In Brooklyn. c 4 Court St., 860 Fulton St..
MH) Broadway. E. D.
•Daily. tKxcept Sundays. {Sundays only. '.Stops at
12Sth St. xStops at 125 th St., Sundays only. tParlor Car
Limited. llHas dining car. cParlor and Sleeping Car
tickets also.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD. Gen. Pass. Alt.
O. M. SHEPARD. Gen. Supt.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILBG&Q
ROYAL BLUE LINE TRAINS
-EVERY OTHER EVEN HOUR."
To BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON.
Leave South Ferry 5 minutes earlier.
Lv. Liberty Street 8.00 am. Except Sun. Buffet.
...... 10.00 am. Dally. Diner.
" .....1. 12.00 noon. Dally. Diner.
._ . _** . ,„ 2.00 pm. Dally. Buffet.
"Kojal Limited" 4.00 pro. Daily. All Pullman.
« 00 pm. Dally. Diner.
" 7.00 pm. Dally. Buffet.
li.ljnUht Dally. Sleeper*
Sri.ENPID TKAIN SKRVICR.
i. _ THROUCJH TRAINS TO THE WK9T.
Holly Lt. »w York City. South Ferry. Liberty St.
Chicago, Pittsburc 13.10nt. 12.1& nt. Sleeper.
Chicago, Columbus 11.55 am. 1200 noon. Diner.
I l » ,V jr *- Cleveland 3.65 pro. 4.90 pm. Limited.
•Pitt»bur« Limited" 6.65 pm. 7 00pm. Buffet
Clncinnnt(. .St. Louis U.lO nt. IMS nt Sleeper
C'inrlunatl. St. Louis 9.5S am. 10.00 am. Dinar.
Cincinnati, ft. Louis 555 pin. «.0C pin. Diner
OClces: 281. 434. 1200 Broadway. 6 Astor House 10!
Greenwich St. 25 Union Square W, 381 Grand St.
N. T. ; 841 Fulton Street, Brooklyn; South Ferry and
Liberty Street. • °
Lackawanrva Railroad.
Leave New York, foot Barclay and Christopher its.
fS.UO A. M— For Bin (ham ton and Syracuse,
•10.00 A. Sl.— Buffalo, Chicago and St. Louis.
•1.40 P. M.— Fur Buffalo and Chicago.
14 P. M.— For Stranton and Plymouth.
•6.10 P. M. — For Buffalo and Chicago.
•8.48 P. M.— For Buffalo. Syracuse. Utlca.
•2.00 A. M. — For Chtrasjo — £le*p«rs open at 9 P. M.
Tickets. 140. 429. 1188. 1434 Broadway. N. T.; S3» Pul
ton St.. Brooklyn.
HI C H VALLEY.
Foot of West tJd A : Oortlandt and D«sbroeses Streets B . "*
♦Dally. tKxceptbunmn. bunday; a'.ia. dl.is. e7 45. n.iJ5. XS.4V.
Maoch Chunk Loc*e tv.N.Y.,A;LT.N:V^a
Xanch CliuaV I.oc» v m l * «vi,
Buffalo axoreas %;i« Aa ••7 50 am
BLACK I)£*J(oiri)^tXFSJH 'Ut^AM •» 30 1 w
Mauch Chunk and Usuleton Local 'li.is m *dl 10 r m
Wmtes-Barre Expresi .\... tSS3ys lilt J"
■satonLocal till) v ■ 4siS»H
SSl^'CU'Si Ti'U^S. \*S l"l "* k » ***** • •»• *» » ■ •aa« J i
THB^UyjALO TRAP.* „.. ...... S M !>■ s»yo» ' x
TioiMts sad I'ullman acruaunodaUoas 14t, Mi. ssi. Smßit « liu
v^v ?d s5 3 iLS»5i. ATe »i lo . l is? on & We T- m ciiumhui a;T.
tu.. Srooklxa, K. Y.Trttaifw C^wllXcailic* aoa ci#ci Ua^a^
Ocean Steamer $.
! I -WDQ (BIBESAiKiI (L[L©\?{iD 3
Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH—CHERBOURG— BREMEN
Kaiser Apr. 4. luaMK. Win. ...May IX 1 FM
K. Wm. 11... Apr. 18. 6 AM | Kronprlnz May 30. IPm
Kronprln* May 2. S AM Kaiser June a AM
Kaiser May 0. 10 AM K. Wnv 1L.... June 13.
Twin-screw Passenger Service.
TO BREMEN DIRECT.
Main Mar. 23, I*> AM: •Kurfuerat. .Apr 11 10 AM
Oldenburg... Mar. 23. M Ait Rnetn Apr. V*. lOAit
*Uarbarosse.Mor. 28. 10 AM 1 lSrand>abursr..Apr. 27. 10 AM
Guelaenau Apr. ft 10 AM ( •Barbarossa. . .May 4. MAM
•Win call at Plymouth and Cherbourg--
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR-- NAPLES—
ilrene Mar. 25. 11 AM tNeckar. Apr. 22. a%e
iWelmar Apr. 1. llAMjXreae Asr. St. 11 AM
K. Albert Apr. 8. 11 AM* Alberta May IS. 11 AM
K. Lats* Apr. 13. 11 am r. LolM May 20. U am
SNaoles. Goiioo. tNaptes rnly.
Frrun nr»m«i Piers. *| ami 4th 9ts.. Hobckea.
OELBJCB3 £ CO.. No. 5 Broadway. N. Y.
Louis H. Meyer. 45 South Third St.. PhHa.
JAM[SII]II!»C-AME9I!CAS9 LIBE
Plymouth — — Hamburg.
3 GDenaiisoOnGsiGad}
SAILS APR. 27. MAT 25. JUNE 22
IPatrlcla...Star. 25. 0 a. ro. . I'Moltlce...Acr. 20. 10 a. m.
•Pretoria Apr. 1. 3p. in. | tSlrrl*. ...Apr. 22. 7:B* a. m.
tU'alderaee. .Apr. 8, 7 a. m, ; tD*ut*;hlan<i. .Apr 27 aova
t'Bluecher.Apr. 12. 10 a. m. • TP»nnsylTanla.ADr* 20 '"» p.a».
tGrill room. •Gymnaatura on board, f\-i- Dover far
| London & Part* to Hamburg. {Direct.
New York — Naples —
PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE April 4. 11 a. m
PRINZ ADALBERT Apr. 11. 2p. «v . stay .<». j- aI - i»
PRINZ OSKAR. May 9. 1 p. m. ; Jnoa 2i ; ' All^ jj
the £\2«dg°<9% KiJadl^fitpn,
dßmnnaic DsQsiodg!}s ? Ss«isai f
7 i^G©aQvf sdcdoO DUsaQy.
FROM N. T.. APRIL 4. "OS.
DURATION 24 DATS— Coat $30 and ax »
BT THE PALATIAL 3. 9.
PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISB.
Steamer continues from GENOA to DOVER and HAM
BURG- via many creating points. Through rates qsa»M
in application.
Offices. 35 anr". 37 Broadway. Piers. Hoboken. N. J.
BEFORE GOINO ABROAD CONSULT TH«
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT A*.
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE O2f
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATU».
DAYS.
AMERICAN LINE.
*"■ PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— SOCTHAMPTONL
Sailing Saturdays. 9:30 A. M. Pier 13 N R.
St. Louis liar. 25' St. Paul _ a,- a
Philadelphia. Apr. l| New York Apr M
T>ED STAR LINE.
-" NEW-YORK- ANTWERP— LONDON'— PARI3.
Calling at Dover for London and Parti.
Sailing Saturdays. 10:St> A. M.. I'ler 14. N. R.
Vaderland Mar. 25 7>*i»n.l Apr §
Kroonland -Apr. llFinlaoi. Apr IS
\yiIlTE STAB LINE.
*T * NEW-YORK— QUEEXSTOWN— LIVERPOOL.
Saillnx W«ine«»la>a. Pier 48, N. R.
Cedrtc iLnr. 23. 7*' A.M. IcW'Jc Apr. 7 T A.51.
Baltic Mar. 29. 1 P.M. Oceanic Apr 12" \ It
Teutonic. ...Apr. 5. 10 A.M. (Majestic.... Apr 21*. 10 A. it.
NEW-YORK AND BOSTON DIRECT
T «> B MEDITERRANEAN ' ™L,
FROM NE-V-York.
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. GENOA. ALEXANDRIA.
REPUBLIC. ..Apr. 13, nocn! ROMANIC July a
CRETIC - A*r. 2». Boon; Jum 13. J»J» XT
FROU BOSTON.
CANOPIC Apr 1. 8 a. m.: May 13, Ju-.e 24. Aue. S
ROMANIC Apr. •£!. 12:3t> p. m. : Juj.e 3; Aom. 1*
PASSENGER OFFICE 9 BROADWAY.
Freight OOcc. Whitehall Bid*.. Batten Place.
DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE TO
MIDWAY, 8»EBEi» is. DELWMBL
By the fast 19.000 ton twin-screw- steamer*.
HgLLUi uI^AV. trora New York. May lit
UNITED STATES. " " Mar 54
OSCAR 11.. " " Jua« T
KELLIG UUV. ** " Juna 2i
UNITED STATES^ ** ■ July 5
OSCAR 11.. ** " July 19
SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN' LINE. No. lß'way.Jl-T,
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSXTLT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
&MIIIMI PACIFIC BAU.WAV "
Intended Steamship. Sallinga from Vancouver for Japan,
Chin* and Philippine Islands.
Empress of India. .Mar. 20th Earpreia of Indl*. . . .May 3M.
Emrress of Japan. Apr. 10th (R.M. S. Tartar May afcll
R. M. S. Athenian. Apr. Utti, £capreaa of JVD*n..Jace UUI
Empress of China. ..May Ist - -
For Fill. Hawaiian Islands. Australia and New Zealand.
Aorangi liar. 31st [Mlower*. _.._.... Apr. 29th
For rates and Information apply to SSI 5tV«Te.. i*3
and 1 Broadway.
1~~ CUNARD LINE.
• TO LIVERPOOL. VTA QUEEXSTO-WTT.
From Piers 51-62. North River.
Lucanla— . Mar. 25, '.• A.M.lCaronia (new). Apr. 13, 1 P.M.
Ktnirii Apr. 1. 1 P.M.!Lucanla....Apr. 22. * A.M.
Campania.. ... Apr. S. 8 Etrurla Apr. 2ft. aoca
Saloon rates from New York. $50; second cabin. JliiO
upwards, acccrdtng to steamer and accommodations.
GIBRALTAR— NAPLES— ADRIATI
•- New Modern Twin Screw Steamers.
, Saloon Rates, $05 upwards.
SLAVONIA Mar. 23. Noon; Mar 23. July It
PAXNONIA...^. -Apl. 11. 10 A. M.; Jua« •
CARPATHIA. April 13. 2 P. M.
•ULTONIA -May 9. 3P. M. : June 27. Aug. 13
■ •Carries 9econd and Third Class Only.
Apply 29 Broadway. New York.
VERNON H. BROWN. General A«ent.
EUROPE
THIRTY TOURS THIS SEASON.
April to August, by all Routes. Separata parties: le:mr*lr
travel Tours cover the whole of Europe. Writ* tar
BfaiSS- 5175 to SIOIS
Independent Railroad and Steamship Ticket* every
Wh * r *" 125 FOBEIGX OFFIGE3.
Established 65 year*.
THOS. COOK & SON,
261 AND 1196 BROADWAY. 649 MADISON AVB,
NEW "YORK,
/LFGD[P LPdDLPti© ffiflcSßCDn
Steeunahlps of th« RED "D" LINK will sail for Su
IU"I U " CA^CAS.'^T.". 1 Saturday. AprO 1. «**
B 8. PHILADELPHIA Saturday. April 15. naoa
' ' For freight or pn swage apply to
BOULTON BLISS ft DALLETT.
General Managen.jß at.
©OLDD GD(iDKfIfIR3Q©RS [LQKH[E 3
DAILY SERVICE.
For Old Point Comfort. Norfolk. Port«Bo«h. Pl=a«r 1 i
Point and Newport News. Va.. conßectlna tor Pettrsbwjf.
Richmond. Virginia BeacU. WMbm^tanTD. C. and eMM
Sooth and West.
FreUht and passenger steamer* sail from I ** M.
N R foot Beach St!7ererr wee* Say at 3 P. M.
B. B. WALKER. V*Te-Presldent & Treißo Mina—
1 ~ ; ! '
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THS
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE CHI
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
HCLLABiIIIB-AGia'SiSICA LKISS.-
KE^V ROTTERDAX rim, BOULOO.Va
Sailing Wednesdays at 10 A. U.
Stateuoam. Mar. 2!>;P0t5dam..«.........^Arr. •
Ryndam ...... ......Apr. &|N00rdam,. ........... 9
Rotterdam Apr. 12'Statendasi ....May
IIOLLANP-AMKRIOA. HNS. 39 BROADWAY. N. T.
E'frnfi^-^fP Tours July 1. by specially cnarttr**
I \M r' P now ' fa3t ■• "• "CaimoaU." t**<*
VhyudviyU Ib tons), via Glasgow. ntßLwitsT?
tractive slJ* trip*. Exceptional aileasila— a Bead ■»
program.
FRANK a CLARK - - »1* Broadway. NEW-TORS.
BEFORE GOING ABROAD CONSULT THE
EUROPEAN ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AP
PEAR REGULARLY IN THE TRIBUNE ON
SUNDAYS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATUR
DAYS.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
TICtUCTS. ALL CUUCH, TO
TEXAS. COLUKADO. MEXICO CALIi"OKNIA- JSOsV
«lA. FLOKIDA, ALABAMA tatlw-CalvClua.
Key Heat. Mobile, JaokaonviU*, *o.
LOW CALIFORNIA TKTS. NOW ON sJaLB.
cl ■■ maLlokt Too,^jyyrWirsH:. m. t.
C. H. UALLORT * CO.. XS» Ftont »v. N. T.
J£ED "D" LINE.
oalbo. "?la Guayra, Puerto Cab«n<\ CttrMi« and atara
calbo. via Curacao, calling at San Juan. p. R.
i\om Pier 13. adjolnin* VTiU St. B"«rTy. Brooki/B.
8. o. CARACAS .......Saturd*y Anril 1. cooa
B. 8. PHILAUBLPHI A........... 5aturday.* Aprtl it 9*«»
_ _ „** or Cuajrr*. Curacao aa4 MarkCAi>o.
B. S. MARACAUJO Saturday. Maroa t\ M™
H. SJ. 2ULIA SatUTiUy. Aprtl fc K«
Thea» steamers have superior aocomm&LUtlonj ror V
•enters.
BOULTON. BLISS * nALLETT. ' /
, General MMiis^ « Wall St. J
"I/ V VELOOE"-Faßt Italian Line. M
Sailing- every Wednesday to Naplaa, Genoa m
Cilia. <ll Nai«.ll Mar. W. \Vashli«h>A. -M^B
Cabin, t » up. Dining sa'.ooa an promenada <'..'st^B
i«->i*>jNisii. n.vu-mi^i> * c 0... i> w«a •

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