OCR Interpretation


New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, January 14, 1910, Image 13

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030214/1910-01-14/ed-1/seq-13/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 13

i army and NAVY
General Duiall Upholds Phil
ippine Scouts, y
i From Th« Tribune Bureau.]
Waahington. January 13.
. FVEP a DUVALL-S REPORT
t >f^tids» has at various times
II h ~i the War Department from m»I
"5 ,ntfc*riti« !n the Philippines con
1 ;i, r ~ the PhUippine scouts. whose ' a!-
conn^tien m-lth the regular army
inlands lias been seriously ques-
T_t7 One of the duties on which Major
tSeaeo-^ Ar p DuvaM. commanding- the
£»S*ine Division, haa been en a ed is
frhorouph inspection and investigation
If lie scouts. His conclusions are en
'Lrr on the side of the scouts, although
discovered some defects which
Lvli be corrected. He says In his offi
f, ' , %*po- 4 - -I ask the War Department's
'ZjaSt export in all matters tending
es!v to abolish the evils but to in
\^ the world of good now existing in
*M« admirable body of troop«."
G*"Z*l DTTvacir« appeal Ml taken as a
Vt/proten acainst the favorable con
'*>-»tloa which has sometimes been
*"a « criticisms which have come from
the rSSlippines of srout organization and
fra'B'aF Hs has « vi iently impressed the
JliorfUes in the War Department with
%c% c necessity of taking the word of and
rts»4tT)g •» th " principal representative
I, srssy administration at Manila. One
ef tJM 'improvements which General Du
vilfbell«^**s would b« advantageous is the
f «K»tatmest of more majors with the
koMS to be seleried from the best quall
imj rapt^ns eligible. He says M amounts
m a polemr. need to have practically all
tie companies under the constant supcr
dSJbo of a major. In an? changes which
in ffi ade in the Ml*—* General Du
ss« »■? great care should be taken not
to show dis'-rimination against "this most
c«er%-lnj elzss of offlcers." He "mpha-
Ei"es the fact that they should receive
«M con«lfleration for their efficiency and
riort in which h» has discovered ' a pro '
feuid and conur.en soreneaa among -m.
a rendition which will be -'radically ame
liorated" by him.
RECRUITING BY MAIL.— The Kureau
of Navigation lias established in offlc? up
to*ii in Sew York City to try out the
methods of obtaining naval recruits by
Mil Officers recently outlined to th«
Na w Department a plan for distributing
circulars In neighborhoods not ordinarily
reached by r.aval recruiting r* rli « s - To tnls
r-.d the names and addresses of eh^iblrt
ywxaz m*n trill be obtained from friends al
ready In the service. TIM bureau has
test to every ship blanks on which such
-smet- may be recorded. To the addresses
thus obtained -will be sent circular lot
**r* settmjr forth •:- advantages of en
listment This proposition will be fol
lowed by a series of other letters, and a
careful record -Rill be kept of the results.
Tii* is the first time the method has been
fo eystematteally tested. An applicant
for enlistment win b« invited to proceed
to the nearest naval recruiting station.
irbere :t will be possible to identify those
trttracted to the service by this method.
ARMY WIRELESS TELEPHONE. —
Within a naonth the firyt -nireless telephone
• V.nt" to enter Washington -nill be in
cricratinn. As **as l!ie case with the first
ulepTaph line to the capital, the govern
ment •rill stand pponsor for the movement.
- » rdreless telephone "line 1 ' is now being
ctjEStmcted by the - gnsJ corps of the
ir»- One terminus -will be in the quar-
Trrs cf the corps on Pennsylvania avenue,
and the other will be at the Bureau of
Susdard.*; a tittle more than three miles
a»e,' The corps has ukn up the subject
eT Trtrelers telephony wtth a -.;■-- to
fiaippinc 'I** 1 army with the most modern
nun? of communication in time of war.
It is lor the purpose of testing ratlin
tad ftmh'ry for the development of some
tasr ce-v that tft* *jri»-r*mr-: :* will be
Bade
HAZING AT V/EST POINT. — Three
West Toint cadets have been found guilty
c? hazing. It is reported here, and their
cixsisa! Kin follow the approval of. the
naiwi. by the Secretary of War, who
h»s ro discretion m the matter. No an
asßWe:. of th§ names of the three
cadets will be made until Secretary Dlckin
tm returns from Porto Rico and has had
:jiia to act. It is understood that the.
c&aos -were members of the third class
ted were found 5-uiity of hazing: members
if fie fourth • a. i
ASK PARDON FOR DESERTEFw.— Men
|Cf88B«1asBsos In Western Pennsylvania are
werfcu.-' to procure a pardon for Frederick.
£ai;r, a fortugf marine, be is now serv
ssj * '.lit m : taaea for desertion to the en
eay ta time of war. To-day the case awe
taken up with Secretary Merer by Senator
Oliver. Representative Dalseli and Repre
sentative romper. The Secretary referred
tae callers to piasif Secretary •SVimhrop.
Hventeen years old Baker deserted
fronj the Charleston at <"ebu to the Flll
paws. II» was convicted on slvinz bimseif
'-t in 1590, and baa been a prisoner at San
rasasiaee It was «re*d in his behalf that
« was rnentallv unbalanced and has been
*-ffldentiy puniibed.
'/ ORDEH3 ISSUED.— The following orders
tt\« been Issued:
ARMY.
CsTUjb TV!JUI*%RD •■ NBWBIUI>. ommUsary,
••m» us a»gisurat to purchasing; rommis
«ar>-. N«w York City, until March 1. fhcn-»
•• t*uci> «sf SU Field Artillery, to which as
■c •■-
'-•puui ly^T'is n. BALL. 6th Cavalry, to Tact
l*as M'.in«s.
n« Utuitnai:*. DANIEL Z. EHBAX. l«t!i In
fcatrs, cr-,ppr-d frjaa Uia rolls of the Army
Jantutrv 12, laio. for 4»^«rti<sii.
****** <rf nbs-nc*: Captain ARTHI L. FU'L
■■JiR. '."cast Artillery, one month; Captain
'-ETVIS if. RaND. Corps of ISnsineer*. t!ir«»e
norths: CapiAiu ALBERT E. WALDROX.
-5J«i» cf L:!j!a««r«i, twenty days.
mm.
Oasemimai «■ \V. GlUfEIt, detached th<s •***
:Sa«. : hots*, wait orders.
J^s'wer.t Coß:raand«r V. - T. EOTD. detached
. c raiUi; to •:■ : ■■.». 1 the Proton, vice
Uuuteisant i»n<ier <;. C. DAY. to <-"ni
'<!•»<) the 9tii)tli, cn<j doty as < omsiiar.der
•.' <w.v«atii Division. Atlantic J"«*-t.
lt « vl »'« Commander C M< a:li;y. Jr.. d*
•-' tariM t~«r •"aetirv-: ben*;, wjtH >.r<j^'->
i^Jiemijt D. C. BINOHAM. .-!•"*■ ■ .-1 •:— Octo
'. fu*; i» cotritnaixi tlie l; line him duty as
n amauii»r Third i^ubraarln* JJivigton. AUan
. He Turj».jo Klett.
O. HILU detached th« Grayling; to
the «lnrr»y.
"■■'ssi n A. KOCK. aetaened 'he Dixie; to
'waaiand dX <'a»Un<-.
***«»:«st J Or.ADT, detached Use North Caro
. "a»: <<» ih» t>txi».
-•*Tjttaest K. v. M'NAIH. detached the Borma;
■* •••umauui'i re*ci-\c kuoiiiariius divisions.
ravy yur/i. char!c»ton.
**»"» B. .OAXICNHOWKIT. detached the Viper;
i- '■■' 'Wtnniitu'i th» nita.
M * 3 « K. 1-. ARMHTHONO. >ietaehe« the Sting
h**?! to the Ousting.
*~*9aa.. k. ATKINS. i •> duty In connection
..**•*> £ |f. guj^w. to ....
■ sajaau B. x. HOOrEfc. detached navy yard,
fi.. ■ ttu: lo rjtv y rat>i. Norfolk.
***"■> Aeweuint raymasfpr J. M HAN'"' • ; .
flna>^<»(j navy •i-ar'l. Eotton; to navy rard,
-** l « tu«hi«~r J. v.% o. WALKEH, urirrs BO
"3i-ri? v T ard. Per«ai-ola. revoked.
J1 »- Eneiiw^r F. t. <;iiAMJiUIIS. to navy yard,
**** r * '*^*ad.
-MIT.NTS or " aJBPHFal— Tfca fol
'?^S movement* of vaaaafa liave been re
*Wrt(' < J U» the Navy Department;
, Anr.ivEU.
JSr^** J*onne<-tirijt, Hh! Kansas, the \>r
••***«• th« Mina^BO!*. tUe Idaho. the llleai!!
\,l'' V ;e Xcw 'Ja-nipsljire. th« O"->rK>a. th«
* b '»flia. the »c» i#rs»< tb* Rhode Island.
*• ," *« welc. th* Missouri and the H«tor,
Jta. „^i^»'«n*ino; the l>re«U)n. at Charl«3too
***^" Al?xandt?r, at Tetass
'^gij^^ 1 n«vei*od, from Shangnai for Olon-
Tribune Help Ads.
h Brought Results
, *c, •«•; Weal Broadw '.y, • em York.
.^f*' We are pleased to ad
ts*JV hat the small ad. i; your
Pl T_, " " refwrue to a salesman
<.?%.* v us mx applications, of which
a. D £''*ve two win be employed by
"•• Yours tryjy.
ATLAS VAUNISII & -HEM
*<-AL 'Jo
SCHI.F t % RESIGNATION
His Son and Otto 11. Kahn
Take His Railroad Directorates
Jacob IT. SchifT resigned yesterday from
the executive committees and directorates
of the Union pacific and Southern Pacific
roads and from the Oregon Short Une, to
which he was elected, together with Will
iam Rockefeller, almost immediately after
the death of E. H. Harriman last Septem
ber.
He was succeeded as a director and mem
ber of the executive committee of the Union
Pacific by Otto H. Kahn. of Kuhn. Loeb &
Co.. while his son. Mortimer L.. Schiff. suc
ceeded him on the Southern Pacific board
and executive committee. Mr. Kahn, young
Mr. Schiff and William G. Rockefeller were
elected to the directorate and executive
committee of the Oregon Short Line.
These three men and R. L. Gerry were
fleeted members of the board of the Oregon
Railroad and Navigation Company. Mr.
Kahn and young Mr. Sehiff were elected
also to the executive committee of the com
pany, together with Henry C. Frick. Will
iam Rockefeller and William G. Rocke
feller, the number of the committee being
increased from five to seven. The other
two members are Robert S. Lovett. presi
dent, and William Mahl, controller, of the
company. •
In February. 1906. Kuhn. LsMk & Co. an
nounced the retirement of members of the
firm from all railroad boards. These in
cluded the boards of the Harriman roads.
It was explained at the time that the bank
ers had come to the conclusion that they
could set satisfactorily act both as bankers
and railroad managers.
TRUST COMPANIES MEET.
Few Important Changes as Result of
Elections.
Several more trust companies held their
annual meetings yesterday an d changes
were made in some of the directorates.
The stockholders of the Central Trust Com
pany elected Edwin Merrill, vice-president
of the company, and Dudley Olcott. presi
dent of the Mechanics and Farmers* State
Bank, of Albany, trustees. The erection of
Mr. Olc-ott gives the state bank two rep
resentatives in the Central Trust Company.
James N. Wallace, its president, having
been elected a director of the former In
stitution at th« annual meeting on Jan
uary 11.
At the annual meeting of the Astor Trust
Company all the trustees were re elected
and Benjamin Strong, jr., vice-president of
the Bankers' Trust Company, was added
to the board. The directors of the Bank
ers* and Knickerbocker Trust companies
were re-elected.
Tha directors of the Metropolitan Bank
elected William H. Brown, of William H.
Brown. Son & Co.. dress goods, at No. Z~
Broadway, a member of the advisory
board of its Shoe and Leather branch, to
succeed Charles F. WJebusch, resigned.
Charles Elliott Warren, cashier of the Lin
coln National Bank, was elected a vice
president at the first meeting of the new
board of directors of the institution yester
day. Mr. War-en was formerly president
of the New York St.it*> Bankers* Associa
tion, and is now a member of the executive
council and finance committee of the Amer
ican Bunkers' Association.
The board of directors of the Title Insur
ance Company of New York organized
yesterday by re-electing the old officers for
the ensuing year. Charles H. Keep, pre?i
aent of the Knickerbocker Trust Company,
was elected a member of the board.
BROOKLYN BANKS TO MERGE.
Nassau Trust Company and Mechanics'
Institution Begin Negotiations.
Two Brooklyn bank?, emulating: the ex
ample set by Manhattan institutions, began
merger*. narrotlattanx yesterday which may
lead to a combination of the most power
ful banking interests in that borough. Th<*
trustees and officers of the Nassau Trust
Company, at Broadway and Bedford ave
nu<*. Brooklyn, with a branch at No. :^y>
Fulton street, voted at their regular meet
ing to submit a proposition to the Mechan
ics' Bank directors to take over control of
their company.
The Mechanics' Bank, which is one of
the most prosperous institutions in Brook
lyn, is at Montague and Court streets and
has five branches. The directors, it i* un
derstood, regard the Nassau Trust proposal
with favor. The president is George W
Chauncey. '?*• n
Andrew T. Sullivan, president of ™"
Nassau Trust Company, said that the pro
jected merger wt - in line with the ten
dency of the age, and that he hoped It
would be approved by tha larger institu
tion. The total resources of his concern,
Mr. Sullivan said, amounted to 17.487.090 41
The capital is SSOO.OOO. surplus and undi
vided profits $400,000 and deposits about
86.000,000.
Th«» capital of ihe Mechanics' Bank Is
$1,000,000, surplus and undivided profits $934 -
670 and deposits $13,833,700.
BELMONT A^■T) MMAHONAPPEAL
Court of Appeals to Pass on Trust
Company Directors' Responsibility.
Saratoga. N. V.. Jan. 13.— The personal
responsibility of directors of trust com
panies will probably be reviewed by the
highest state courts. to which an appeal
was taken to-day by Perry Belmont and
James McMahon. two of the thirteen form
er directors of the Trust Company of the
Republic of New York City. A lower
court bald them responsible for losers sus
tained by the company in 1902. through
loans from 1. 1 >•— company's funds en
United Slates Shlpburidlng Company se
curities.
Suit was brought by Charles H. Kava
riaugh. a. stockholder in the' company, to
recover these alleged losses from the
director-, and in his decision Justice Van
Kirk held the directors liable for f569,735.
WANT 100 PEFw CENT DIVIDEND.
Recalcitrant Minority Stockholders of
Pennsylvania Railroad.
[By Telegraph to Th«? Tribune]
Dover. Del.. Jan. 13.— Minority stockhold
ers-of the Delaware Railroad, the Pennsyl
vania subsidiary which traverses this state
from north to south, defied the parent
corporation at the annual meeting to-day.
The rectors recently voted a7O per cent
stock dividend and one of -'" per cent in
cafh. As tho stock increase must be rati
fied by thy stockholders, the minority an
nounced that, at the ratification meeting
to be called inside of thirty days, they
would demand thai the stock dividend bo at
the rat* of SO n pr cent, making the whole
dividend WO per cent. They claimed to
control enough stock to bring the Penn
sylvania to their way of thinking.
CENTRAL CAN ISSUE BONDS.
Albany, Jan. -The Public Service
Commission has authorized the Mew York
Central and Hudson River Railroad Com
pany to Issue its ■* I"* 1 ' cent debenture
bonds of 1334. to the amount of $5,000,000, to
be exchanged for the preferred etock of the
Geneva. Coming & Southern Railroad
Company, amounting* to $5,000,C00. The
New fork Central has been obliged, as
a'Mfs4t«swßtst of its tease of the Geneva.
Corning & Southern, to guarantee a 4 per
cent annual dividend on the preferred
Etock now acquired.
B. & O. NEGOTIATIONS OFF.
Cincinnati. Jan. 13.— The committee repre
senting tiie telegraphers of the Baltimore
&. Ohio South western Railroad and General
Superintendent Briinson.- representing the
road announced to-day that they could
reach no decision regarding the demand of
the men for a new wage schedule and that
negotiations had been severed.
DISCOUNT RATE UNCHANGED.
London. Jan. 13.-The mm of discount
of th<- Bank of England remained un
chanced "t < *«• cent tO - dai '-
NEW- YORK DATLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JANUARY It. 1010.
COTTON STILL FALLS
Closes with Net Declines of
from 10 to SO Points.
The plump in the cotton market continued
yesterday, prices dropping to oew low levels
for the movement. The D i nK was weak
at a net decline of 6 to 19 oolats in the vari
ous options, except January, which opened
15 points higher. Covering by shorts ana
aggressive buying by the bull leaders
shortly after the opening rallied prices
?<>mewhat. and the upward movement con
tinued until 1 o'clock, when realizing sales
brought about a reaction.
In mid-afternoon the bears began ham
mering the market in earnest, and under
their efforts prices, which had advanced
about 30 points above the opening quota
tions, broke to the lowest point of the
morning. Heavy selling continued all the
List hour, many stop loss orders beinx un
covered on the way down and adding to the
demoralization of the market. The bears
conducted their raid in the face of gener
ally bullish spot news from the South, the
market aoDarentlv lacking aggressive sup
port and befog easily responsive to or
ganized pressure.
The close was at the lowest figure of the
day, the net declines ranging from 10 to 30
points, or 50 cents to $1 50 a bale. January,
which opened at 14.55 cents, 15 points above
tlie final figures of the preceding day,
closed at 14.50 cents, a net loss of 20 points.
March closed at 14.62 cents. May at 14.74
cents and July at 14.71 cents, net losses or
21, 24 and 27 point.=. respectively.
WAEASH SUIT ENJOINED.
Setback for Missouri Move Against.
Reorganization.
Jefferson City, Mo.. Jan. IS.— The Mis
souri Supreme Court issued a temporary
writ of prohibition to-day -against Judge
James D. Barnett, of the Adrian County
Circuit Court, enjoining him from proceed
ing with the trial of a case, pending in his
court, which attacks the legality of the re
organization of the Wabasb Railroad Com
pany as effected at Toledo on October 22.
IMS.
The writ la made returnable at the April
term of the Supreme Court. It was
issued at the instance of the abash Rail
road, the Iron Mountain Railroad, George
J. Gould, Edwin Gould and the Bowling
Green and the Equitable Trust companies
of New York, on the ground that Judge
Barnett has no Jurisdiction to hear and try
the case because the securities involved
are not in Missouri.
The suit was brought in the County Court
by the Continental Security Company, of
New Jersey, and Clarence H. Venner. of
New York, to prevent the "Wabash Rail
road from applying any of its earnings In
Missouri to the payment of Interest on
bonds and stocks authorized at the reor
ganization meeting.
AFTER PENNSYLVANIA PHONES.
Morgan Offer Reported in Western
Part of the State.
[By TH«»«:rar.h to The. Tribune.]
Pittsburg, Jan. 13.— A mysterious meeting;
of representatives of eighty Independent
telephone companies scattered throughout
Western Pennsylvania whs begun here tills
afternoon, and will bo continued to-morrow.
Much secrecy is being maintained, but it is
intimated that the Morgan Interests have
offered to purchase the companies. It was
reported here some time ago that a move
to take over all th*» small companies would
be made in the Tittsburg district before
February 1.
Cleveland. Jan. 13.— Attorneys of the
United States long distance and the Cuya
hoga local telephone companies, who are
seeking to have the recent transfer of con
trol set aside, informed the Court of Com
mon Pleas to-day that they would shortly
take depositions from Bell telephone officers
and members of ths firm of J. P. Morgan
& Co. In receiving permission to file an
amended It ion Attorney H. R. MrGraw
announced that he would ask leave of th«
court to make J. P. Morgan & Co. defend
ants In the suit.
U*EVIIGRANT WOMAN FIGHTS.
Injures Another at Ellis Island by
Hurling a Sugar Bowl.
Signnra Vrancesoa Paladino (no relation
to the Italian trance medium) conjured up
an evil spirit yestorday in ttw immigrants'
dining room at Kilis Island, and. with ex
cellent aim. hurled a sugar bowl at the
head of Fraulein Sadie Gnodhard. The
sugar bow] had hardly fallen to the floor,
when gtgnera Paladino attacked her in
jured table companion with a pair of forks,
inflicting painful Injuries on the- head.
The siguora had asked her Hungarian
neighbor at the table to pass the sugar. She
did not respond, because She did not under
stand Italian. Considering he* silence an
insult, the signora attacked her.
Signors. Paiadino arrived here se\er.i!
weeks ago and was ordered deported. She
was put aboard the Italian steamship
Oceania, bound for Naples, but on the night
before sailing she escaped and was subse
quently found in this city. An effort Is bo
ing made to find the woman's accomplices
in her escape from t)s>« steamship.
B. & 0. HEAD OUT TO-DAY.
Daniel Willard to Take Place of Oscar
G. Murray To-morrow.
At a meeting of Baltimore * Ohio di
rectors 3'o-terdav Oscar O Murray severed
l.i- connection as president of the com
pany and his fonaaJ resignation will take
effect to-day. Daniel Willard., the new
president, will assume charge on Saturday
at Baltimore, it is understood, and sis first
offl'-Ul aft will be a trip of inspection ewer
the road.
Mr. Murray will hereafter bo connected
with the company as chairman of the board
of directors, a new office created especially
for him.
Although he. will no longer be direct
executive, as adviser to the new president
and the board his. tidrjelea as regards the
road's operations will not be interrupted.
FIDELITY FIRE REPORT.
Tise Fidelity Fire Insurance Company of
New York, which began business July 1,
19Q«5, shows in Its report for the year end
ed December 31, 1909. assets of 54,103,141,
an Increase of $G33,560. The set surplus
as of January 1. 1818, « aa $2,020,554, which
comparts with |1,G79,669 on January i.
1903. The company soon win be merged
with the Phenix Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, with net assets in excess of
$14,000,000.
BIG GAS MERGER DENIED.
Charleston, W. Va.. Jan. IS.— Official de
nial la mad.- of the rumor that a $200,000,
000 combination has been formed by five
principal gas companies of this seats wita
Standard OU interests to control the gaa
output of West Virginia. A project to pip«
Has from Southern West Virginia to Balti
more sad other Eastern points has been
abandoned.
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
Han Fraisr-hscu. Jan. li— Tho sflsasal clos
ing quotations for mining stocks to-day
were as follows;
Aita. 22jJi»tlce "-
Alpha Con I3litentui'ky <\>ii 10
And-. -•tt.L Wash Coo >'•
BHclier I Jftl Mesicati I.W»
Bast 6. Beichar , . .89 1 Occidental Cob M
Bullion 24 Ouhir . . .2.11 i
<"al«'<Jonlit . . . '-"■ ' ■ • m, ul ,i . .... "-
Oboilai Xi Potoal . *'
Canfideaca . . 1.431 Hav4B 05
1 '"i 'Ml S. V.l I.77|Ai!j Hrichn- .... 1"
'"ii Imperial .... .«* --"I -in, Nevada T7
Crown iv.fu !•_•■•> Union iron I :
'•OHM & ■ „rry. . . 4-1 ! I 'tall Con „ . •!*"
Ilul* £ HiorL-r0,,., t|rt| Yellow Jacket !•<-
Julia IS|
GUABANTEED STOCKS.
OTurnUhed by Edward. B Pr-ith & Co.. No. 27
PIt»« Sweet, N«nr York.»
Bld.Aaked. Bid \»k-1.
Alb & Sus..U'JO 310 SI Coal T. pf.lol 108
Alb 4; Vt.... 73 "T Man & Law..2M> —
AHegli &W. 142 147 | Manhattan ...l.T»j 131>
\mTifcC... TO "1 Massaw Vy. . .130 140
At &C A L.IBO — MH * S H 122 128
Auk &'f=av..lOS 113 Mobile &Bpf ft 83
A (■? & M M. «5 7K Vl*.. siii t eta 84 80
Beech Creek. H8 103 Mar C A BaJc «4 —
K«at F F\. 15 ii do 885f... 170 "i 9 >>
Host & Alb.. --•" 232 Morris & Ks.ISU 187
Boat & L0w.,32* — do Extn.... 08 103
Post & Prov.SßO 300 Nash * Dee. .144- liK>
B * 7th Ay.140 150 Nash. & L0w. 215 —
Bfclyn City... 105 205 New Lon N..IVK) —
C& BCo. .H4 IS2 N'V & n c*p.=W- 310
Canada 50..: «8 7.V NTOWtfB Pf.K* llfl
■55* ••: 120 ?j V WAg 12.
da *M pr...110 115 N V MutTel.loo —
Cay & SUS . . — 230 £•*£ *»••■ IS li*>
U Oastown. ») ISO North Car.... 162 1«7
i'PN4ER3 — 'North (N U>. 1 •'.» —
Chat * a... ioo 108 >:«th <NJ>.. ■ »*
C * 10th srs SO no ><ortn Penn...2<>o- 210
c*EiiTcftl« «s N©rtbwTei...uft 113
■;-*'.^ ; 11* IS " or °^ . pf.2ot) —
Cmp :m « OW Colony". .19* =04
Orteld ft M.I3U - we °° &«••-* «
Clave & P...174 ITS P»c &At T. . 03 75
do'Spf Bet! |M> 103 Pat&Hß...190 M
Col & X.. 21)0 a>« Pa£ & Ram.. lßo 200
Cone <fc 11 170 — Pcm te Valley. 130 140
Cone * P... 170 - P«> & B VJ-..150 130
C& P R pf.lM KB p Wla & « N. 200 —
Conn River.. 26s 265 PB'&LE.. 34 37
CRy * L.. 7* 78 I *> pr«f 63 74
do oref so S3 IP V* W & C.172 171
CTCor NJ 75 79 : do special. .. 165 173
Dayton &M. «'> 70 I* Me* * V .125 130
D& Bd 8rk.190 M ; Prov & W0re. 275 2*5
'•" li & S.. 9!) 102 Rens ft Sara... 193 202
East Perm. . . 130 14*> ;R; R &(3 Vy...11.- —
Eishth Ar» Ml ?00 Rome & C...14D I.TO
Elmlra, & W.IOO la) RW& O. ...Ui 127
do pref 142 152 [Rut & Wb...t4Q 150
Erie & Kal..22T> 2*5 I Sara & 5ch..16."» —
Krte &. Pitts. lSO 160 [Second Aye... 12 20
I'"lu-b pref...lXJ 135 Sharon Ry 120 130
I" VT &.1 pf.135 140 Sixth . ...inn 130
4M St&GSF.22O 270 ■-'> &At Tel.. I*2 h
Franklin T. .33 45 . Southw of 0.108 113
<~i RK&B C0.2T.3 2«t> St 1., Blstpf.l2« 136
G & Stk T. ..110 115 Jo 2-1 pref.. *> W
Or Rlv Vv.120 — St J & Be B. 30 —
Hart & CW 40 46 do pref 10;; 110
Hereford ... SO 83 T4 a R A 5.170 —
111 C L L... 99 ioi^ Tun of st L.VJO 130
II! & Miss T7O 78 23d St 20i^ 250
lnr«ror«an T 95. 103 rx j rr&c 2** ""I 0
•Ta<-k LAS.. M 92 Upper C 005...! 123 —
•tojl«t & Ch.l«S 17.', r & B RJv iTrt 177
&*£*££ i t4*» l.V> (jets Vy !lM lor,
KCStAMptes 7S «O IT C& B ' <•> 84
KCSL&C pr..130 140 Vv of 'T 120 —
V l l Si : !S 52 vi * Ma 38 : : : -
f'^^Kpr » 170 Warren .. .170 175
LSNRiCIU 120 W N & R...140 150
HAILROAD EARNINGS.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO.
, 1910. 1900. l?os.
M w«ek m .lan. $i3».j,»v4 $478,213
: July l to Jan. 7 M.l2ti.7J>2 13.878.157 .
CESTRAIi OF GEORGIA.
Ist wi?«k In Jan. $204,500 9185.000 $iso «on
I July Ito Jan. 7 6,457.»»C0 »<1i53,8<» fI.SBJ GOO
MOBIL.R & OHIO.
Number of miles 1,114 1 1M
Ist week in Jan. ?i;4,49« (165!<37 $140.4".7
July Ito Jan. 7 5,411,123 5,101,444 5.539.048
MINN.. ST. PAUL & SAULT STB. lIARIK.
Ist weft in .lan. $323,217 $275,873 Slfi«.n73
July Ito Jan. 7 12.fW2.082 11.175,002 6.75«,225
TOLEDO. PEORIA & WKSTE2IN.
Ist week 1n Jan $1!>.2»5 $ll.9£ft $18 28S
July Ito Jan. 7 610,470 698,086 654.100
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA.
Month of Nov.— ]f0». iocs. increase.
dumber of miles 1.913 1 >!">
Operatm* «v... $1,117. 42« J1.n0»'.i.«4 $103,361
(Exp. ana tax-s. 740,957 714.372 35.555
Net op. Incoms (3tS7. $203.»3»2 $73,778
July 1-No\i — •"*''."
rating: r«V... $.5, 174.319 14.M5.48S ?274,?57
Esp. and taxes. 8,569,793 3.550,526 19.21W
Net op. income $1,604. $1,348,905 5295.650
LONDON VXDERGROUND.
W"k »nd. Dpc. 25 £21>.454 £27,212 f2 122
1 Jan. Ito Dec. 23 1.4«14.5C3 1. 400.435 64,100
COLORADO & SOUTHERN.
1910. 1809. IPOS.
Ist -w<»#k in Jan. $270,601. $272 024 S3<i7 >HM
July 1 to Jan. T 5,919,02« $£,360,677 $8, ISl.tiG
CANADIAN NORTHERN.
Ist week in Jan. 5174.000 $14-". 5141.200
July Ito Jan. 7 «.9«4.300 9.780.000 5.440.100
GRAND TUfM-:.
l«t Ti<»<..k in Jan. $G54,555 $5015,240 $«I 7a§
July 1 to Jan. 7 23.521.893 21.431,813 24.828.330
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE.
Ist -week In Jan. $335,710 HI I, I 111 $flr>4.r.7r»
July 1 to Jan. 7 2&838.134 24.381.081 25.25.V500
MISSOtTRI PACIFIC.
! l«t Tr»»k in Jan. BMW $7'«.f¥\» J32fM>Oo
; July 1 to Jan. 7 27.853,850 24.764.107 24.883,465
SOUTHERN.
No. of mil^s . 7.050 7 01.1
Ist wwk tn .Tan. $B46.ii«t $t3sion 8881 Ml
July 1 to Jan. 7. 30.196.500 27.455.2<:'2 29,t>5«.aia
PACIFIC COAST COMPANY
Month of Nov.-- IPOO. ijjoe , mO7
Gross «arninss. *fu:s. 14H S4SI),SI>I> $H7O 77S
Expfnses 537.565 418,0541 574.367
Net earning*.. $100.251 570.543 $»r.,4U
July 1 to Nov. 30—
Gross <-arTiinss.. $:: .fi»W.7»T $2;577.«0t> . $3 j(\(i
Expenses 1888.887 2.418.3416 3,080388
N>t earnings.. 8888,448 $462,544 |8<8.317
TOLEDO. PEORIA & WESTERN. -
Montli of Pec. —
Gr<?M rarnlns*.. $106. $P2.1P4 $ir.?, jigr
CWOBOO . 88.81 1 73.384 88.234
Net c?-rnin=^ . 324, 838.800 $17 7«2
fttlicr in-ome... 1.000 2,320 4.20H
Total incomo. . 523.534 $21,828 $2J.SttB
Chp«., tax., etc. 24.78* 23,227 . 24.711
Surplus .... »747 "81.888 •52,74.";
July t.i V)fr. 31 —
«;r.ihb r.irnings. . $578. 8580.188 $885,814
Kspensea 443,878 441.475 818,388
N>t aarvioca. $15ft.188 $138,683 $119,551
Other Income... 10.704 10,844 88.4T1
Total income. $388,881 $148,337 $153,022
Chca., tax., etc. 144,433 140,604 143.171
Surplus IB ■■ - 88.753 $8,891
•Deficit.
CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS & LOUIHVIIjUL
Month of Nov.— UMB 11*>8. Inc.
Gross earnings.. $500,224 $433,786 $75,438
lixp. and taxes.. 311. 04,". 203.72:% 15.880
N-t enrnlncrs.. $188.18] {133,002 $60,
July I to Nov. 30 -
Groii •araiagi , $2.888.<108 12,353.029 8348.667
li^p. and taxes,. 1.384.788 1.581 868 23.994
Net earnings.. $1.015.557 5703.224 $223,673
AMERICAN RAILWAYS.
Month of Dec. .. $252,177 $287,381 $14 «4«
July Ito Dae. 31 1.588,414 1, 473.1*:$ 1H).22«
DULUTII. SOUTH SHORE & ATLANTIC.
Month of Nov.—
Großs earnings. SSVO.B6T $333,181 $23« 7R5
Expenses ... . id:i,W 158,755 197.446
Net earnings.. 877.780 $73,488 $81 388
Other income... 4,012 3,888 t1.7J?6
Total Income. $81,793 $77,128 ?«.«,ISS
Chgs. and taxea LOI.BBT 80.2 110,426
Dofli-lt 520,075 $12,112 $42^291
July 1 to Nov. 30 — "
Gross earnings.. 1.483,877 1.170.620 1.518w888
Expenses 0^4. 951 W?3.9^8 1.104,291
Net earnings.. $4W?.30(5 8448.704 841R.545
Other Income... 22.255 54.156 43.446
Total ineotne.. $520,«51 $380,801 $458,611
Chgs. and taxes 4«!>,877 441.700 430,728
Surplus $50,774 •$W»,SP9 $37, 2«2
•Deficit.
MINERAL RANGE.
Month of Nov. —
Gross earning*.. $7<VS?.S 56rt.r.2»» $rt.S.S73
Expanses 50,706 54.T26 53 <:.<>
Not earnings.. $11,132 $U.«ino $15,423
Other income... 1,437 1.421 1.421
Total Income.. 813.368 . $13,021 $16,844
Ctigv. and taxaa. 13.034 13.502 12.222
Deficit $4b's $481 'J4.H22
July 1 to Nov. 3O—
Gross earnings.. $n(5!>,405 $362,503 $.;."■!> 2 1 1
Expenses 30 s . I*B 2*4.!»7» 282. 578
Net earnings.. $81,807 $77,524 $76,888
Other Income... 1.533 1,510 2.923
Total Income.. $88,840 $78,084 $79,888
digs, and taxes. lit 01. «5.472 80.678
Deficit $3,173 •$,13,502 *$15,910
•Surplui.
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM ft ATLANTIC.
lf>Of). HOB. Increase.
4th w««k Dec. $72,270 $85,«>2 $c. 4HS
July 1-Dec. 31.. 1.292.302 1.010,55(1 881.746
t
DECEMBER DOMESTIC EXPORTS.
Th« Bureau of Statistics gives the prin
cipal *xj»orts for December and for th«
twelve months ended with December as fol
', lows:
December — 10»?l. it¥K< i!) 07.
BrendstuffH . $14,472,253 116.578.353 $27,261,686
: Meat & dairy
product* .. |i>.01!.4«4 15.523.5 M 11,453,784
CatUc, hoes.
etc 2,071,220 1.720, 132 2 . >"7 !>•»•»
Cotton 53.886.888 72. .156. 758 77.6tW.68S
Mineral oils. 7.887,380 1.878.158 t.124.163
Total . . 309.085 $101,888,148 $12t1,037. 197
Twelve months ended with December:
. 19>>». 1881 iiu>7.
Urea.Jstufrg .sl29.iai,9ti3 $187,281,008 $204,45H.014
Meat & dairy
iroduct" .. 131,31)0 «42 l»it> . liKV!W>(t 174.894.554
L'atil., hu(».
ci. 16.084.773 24,204.433 88.888.881
rotton . . 4Ml.X76.nT.'i 4.n.H.rt:>n,:l!i:s 4tW.t)72,t>24
Mineral 01 1«. 88.748.H8a lol.Mtu , ;,m 83.4aU.634
Total 8H8T.7T:.546 »1>U.:»22.:ni1 $0«T,323,047
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Tim following 1 chows yesterday's closing
quiXatkoiif for govtrnnient bonds, compared
>vlth Wednesday's:
— lan. 12.— —Jun. IX— :
Bid Askcil. ta.l. AmK«<l.
IT. H. 2s. reff.. I'.Vlo tui»; UUU HM% lot >.
V. H. 2a. roun.. H.U. . !.m. 4 — lo«>*i —
i: rt. ;:«. rvß.. ISOti i-i \>,\\ inj i.. lt i.c 1 ;
IT. S. Bb.. coup lIMt.viH.KHU vv 1 '- 1 '- uu . i"
••. s. *«. r»«. 1025 Hr, un'j il»'a n.-.!.
u. s. '■• wup.. !'.'-•■ ...ur, |16 in';; 115*
T"ttm;m;i 2s. r.R.. I9BH .km»»» 10514 i.«> 101
ranaraa 2a, coup., 1836 loo!« i"i nu tol *
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
iFurnlsh«<i by *■•■■)<•-■- H. H»"-*< & Co.. No. 30
Bread street, TCew Tork.)
Storks Dividend. Bid. Asked.
Am ; Brak* ; &'T -Q Mai- I! -■■ "•» i
Am Brak- S& X pf....Q-M I '-•' 127
American Brass Q-J « 117 lZi
American Chicle Mo&Ex 12 23«» 235
Am«rican Chicle pf Q ■•' •* I** ''«
Am Dlst Tel of N J....Q-J 4 M «1
Am Coal Products. <t-J « 03 J«
American Press Q -JiEx « »■' 105
American Thread pf J&J ■ M I
Am Type Founders J&J 4 45 50
Am TYpe Founders pf. .Q-J 7 97 lot
Babcoclc & WiUox Q-J 7 I<>H 112
Barney & Smith = — 88 88
Barney ft Bmlth pf — 105 115
Borden's Copd lHk....SFftAEa— 1U 120"4
Bordena Cond Milk pf..Q-M « 1«4 1«"<
Bush Terminal — 50 65
Central Firework"! _ — 3 10
Central Firfworka pi ■ ■ ■ : — 55 Xi
Conn Ky * Light Q-K 4 MM 7J>
Celluloid C-J&Ex « 131 132
Eldu P tie Nemours. . — — 7 154 138
EI dv P I- NVra pf...Q-J 5 «rt »0
Eastern PublishhW — — 115. —
Empire Steel & Iron — 7 10
Empire Sfeel & Iron •*.-— — «4 . ■ — .-.-;
Fifth Aye. Estate^ J4J 5 188 —
Hall Signal common... • — 45 53
llerrtns-HsH-Marvln ... - 30 «
International Nickel.... — 130 154
International Nickel nf-Q-F 8 90 M
International Silver — 13 <2B
International Stiver pf..Q-J 4 98 10S
KJrhy Lumber . — 10 15
Klrby Lumber pf — 40 03
Kings Co El ...Q-M «< 127 I.TO
Lackawanna Kt«el — - — «2 64
:.-• : n ft Edtn^ursrh Co. J&J" « 130 150
Nat Cash Remitter pr«*.J4J 7 110 120
Nlle^-Bement-P Q-M 6 100 105
mies-Bement-P pref....Q-F 6 102 103
Otis E.°vator A&O a M 6»
Otis Elevator pf. Q^J « s* 1"!
Old Dominion S 8 JiJ" « lW 115
Paolfic Gas &El — ** M
Picnic Gas &El pt..-.0-J 6 84, 88
Phelps. D& Co — 240 • 26:)
Pope Manufactur4n«.. — 78 83
P-'iw Mil pf • — *> *5
Producers' Oil Q-M « I.V) 173
Pratt & Whitney prof. Q-F 6 100 10»
Royal Bak Powder '.J-MAEx 8 MB ITS
Safety CH & L Q-MJtEx 8 133 137
Seo-S*n Chlclft — 122 127
Standard Coupler — 23 33
Standard Milling Co — 1« 19
Standard Mill Co pf . . . - A&Q 3 49 ■
Sycieeiaam Corp — - toa 110
Texas Company Q-M 12 21i 224
Texas & PadSc Coal.-.ScrtD 8 95 ICI
Trenton Potteries — 4 7
Trenton Potteries pref. . — 80 .0
Trenton Pot fnds ctf3..J&J - 4 «0 70
Trow Directory — 25 85
Union Carbide -.- ■ — 102 10«
T'nion F»rry Q-.T 2 30 35
T'nlon Typewriter. — 'A «l
t-'nlon Typewriter Ist pf. A*O '-7, 110 11*
Union Typewriter 2d A&O 8 110 113
United Banknote. Q-J 4 51 54
United Banknota pf Q-J « M «4
T; S Finishing S-J 4 140 130
U 8 Finishing pf Q-J 7 »•> 113
Virginia Railway _ — 2-1 26
West Paclflo. — 27 30
Went Power — 3$ 4O
West Power oref — — 58 61
BONISS.
Am Malt Ist J&D « 103H 1«-V4 ,
Am Plp<» * nary Ist.... J&J c 103 106
Am B a & F Ist M&S ft 96 100
Am Tube & S Ist AJtO 6 85 83
Am Typefnd dbt M&N « 100 104
Am Typefnd new M&X 6 9» 100
East PubUshine MiS $ 05 mo
Fifth Ay« Estate M*V 5 — 10U
Hecker-Jones-J M*.-5 « 105 i«»
Intw Nick*! Ist A&O 5 S3 834
Inter Silver Ist TAJ « 109 lllVi
Inter .Silver dbt J&J « 1«» 102
Liggett (F Hi Ist Q~I <» 93 103
London & Edinb Co r*J» 5 109 —
New Jersey Stmboat lit Mi N 5 % 90
X T Btscuit Ist M&^ « 100 ■ —
Northw Coal R Ist MAN R 75 — -
Old Dnm S S Ist M&3 6 95 103
Ontario Power Ist F&A S 90 03
Perm C & C 1923 Mi 3 6 33 40
Stock Quotation Tel F&A 5 05 : —
Sunday Cft C 1525 j&.t 3 «3 70
Union Carbide Ist J&J ii 98 102
Un Fdry Ist 535 3 1920 M&N — 83 10t>
TTnlted Lead dbt I«.l -"» «2 65
V. si Finish cons I&.I 5 95 100
t: S Finishing lit r*J 3 I"^> 103
"\irslnla-Car Chera A&O 0 97 98%
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid. Ask-4.
4s, May, "88. interch IWM. loo l^
4^s, \Uy, '37. interch 109?* Itm 1 *
4'~3 Nov., "57, Interell 109H 108%
4^3. May. '17. interch 10R»« l(W!j
4s, May. '57. March 10" 1 * 1(104
4a. Nov., '58, Interch l«H>'- 4 loO !
4s. No\.. 'M, resist 100 lrtO'n
49. Nov. '38, resist.. 9»H i"t>'*
34.". Nov.. '55. interch 89 ; « . 0 i
3^9, May, '34, coup £9«4 8t» 7 «
B^a. May, "54. r»slat SB 88S
•Cs, Nov.. '10. r»v 102 L» 102%
Rets. 4s. May. '39 100'« 100? i
•Coupon or rejistered-
CHICAGO INDUSTRIALS.
Chicago. January 13. lDl".
Am Can 13 Quaker Oats .. HS
do ri*f . M . do pr-f 1«S
Am Shipbuilding.. 7S j street' 11 Stable Car. 45
Booth Fisheries... 38 Swift & Co lOO'i
do ctf s . . 34 I Western Stone 20
Chicago Subway.. 4 ■'•* I Metropolitan pref.. ~>'-\ 2
C wealth Edlson..l2l^|South Side E!e>v 53
do rislits ... l"!i!Chtc Ry Series 1..107H
Chtc Pneum Too] 42 . do Series 2 32 U
Chic Telephone ... 131 I Sears-Ro«buok ...1!»*
mii.- Tit *Ti 144 do pref 12O",
lMnmond Match. ,125 [ People" • Gas 114 ; 4
Nat Biscuit pref.. 124 !
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
f'liirf Jnn. 13.— Early advances' in
wheat were discounted later in the May de
livery by liberal sales which left the close
unchanged from yesterday, after that fut
ure had touched 51 1+ to Jill's. Closing for
May was SI 13)4 to $1 13 3 v the mure distant
futures finishing- Me to ho higher than yes
terday.
■'urn advanced steadily throughout the
day. New crop record* were established.
May touching TO'Sic. July 70c and Septem
ber 69*ic. May c1os«k1 f2C to %c higher than
yesterday, at 70^sc to 7-' l 4 >--
Oats prices moved almost steadily up
ward on liberal buying by elevator Inter
ests, and an uninterrupted demand for cash
corn from the East. Profit taking at inter
vals checked the advances. Futures ranged
from : v- to T»c, and closed at an advance
of „-• over yesterday, with May at 43Hc.
Provision prices showed little chango
from yesterday at the finish, although a.
rum of from 5c to 15<: was covered in the.
trading. January pork and lard closed |c
higher, under a fair demand. Futures
ranged at the close from 2r-c2 r -c lower to 2^jc
higher than yesterday, lard making the
only advance on covering deals. Closing
figures on May were: Pork. $22 20; lard,
$13 27^5, and ribt«. 511 65 to Jii 67U.
Cash wheat. No. - red. SI 25H511. 2S: No.
3 red, Jl2o#fl2ti; No. 2 hard, SI 15V&
51 17; No. 3 hard. $1 U©H 15; No. l North
ern. 5; 18$e#$l 18: No. 2 Northern. $1 15* a
$117; No. 3' spring, 51 11*951 W. Corn—
3, 67c; No. 5 yellow, :V-:: V-: No. 4 yellow.
cr>u.'fr«. T . s *c. Oats— No. 3 white. 49',4'9'43'^c;
No. I white. 49 1 4 c; standard, 50c.
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago, Jan. 13.— CATTL.E— Receipts. 7,000;
stronar; 83#8B 10; cotV!>. $;; ."ni»rs.-, ,-*>
heifers. 98 4lXgsß; buili». $4fffs3 13: culvea. &$
Jit 75; stockera and feeders, $3 75®85 T.O. HOGS—
Receipts. 10,089; market 18#88e higher; choice
litHvj. *-> 3t-i#>s «•.->: butchers, «t [email protected] Xi;
ligr!H mixed, $Ssr>©<!S «0; ohok-e lipht. >s >-:,./
fs 73; packing, ?■< ri.. .;<»> 75; pt;r*. $7 riO®??l 30;
bulk of sales. JS <MW»4t> 7.V SsHBEP -R,-.-,| PI
12.OUO: market »trons; sheep. $3igstils; lambs.
$7 3T>!3?S 75; yearlhigs, $4 SB9BT on. <
•bore Jan. 13.— CATTLJ5 — Supply l!«hr:
eboles, *ti T."><c;sti9O; prirre. $» -iOQ*H t -.. SHKL-:i'
Supply Ueht; prlm« aethers, 8348810; culls
untl common. 92993 50; i.unha, %Mttt» «»>. VKAL
i'ALVKS, $!Va«« 7... HOG*- R»veipt3 light: prime
heavies. ?S Ss«ffs3 00; mediums. SSSOffSSSS;
heavy Yorker*. «« TM(88 S<V; light. *S 7' V »«M 73;
pifja and rnuvha, *7 ."•"lfsH 25.
!-:ast Buffalo. Jan. 13— CATTLE — Active
and firm; prim« steers. W 75fg".«7. \~KAl*—
R^.-«»i|Hs. 100: activ« and 2."ic lower: Sf/ijjto 75.
HOGS- Receipt*. 5.300; fairly active and r»fflO.'.
higher: heavy. $8 8389890; mixed. $a 80<8$S £x>;
Yorker*. 98 80088 80: riK». $8 6OfisS 75: roughs.
$h UDftsa 25: nays. $7*rs7 :■•>: dairies. $>•-■: 80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 6.400; sheep
active and steady; lambs alow ami Vie lower;
lambs. S3 23«58 73.
Cincinnati. Jan. 13. — CATTLE — Receipts.
Mi 4; steady and quiet; fair m good shippers,
$3sofflsß33: common. $2®s4. HOGS — Re
ceipts. 2.22*: Rtronff nnd lOe>lSc higher;
but«h«rs mil ohlpoers. B»7i>-»$ is>i 5>< 1 common.
$«23«$Sio. SHEEP — Receipts, 14.*: strong;
$2 7." ■■•$."> 75: Jamba, strong: 84T3e>88a».
Kansas City. .'an. 13. — CATTLE — Receipts.
4.000. Includlni? 100 Southern^: market steady
to strong; cholc« export and dressed- he*f
«»<»ers. $«?f*7 25: f.alr to east. $4 KJitrJii;
"Western stetre, t*9§B BO; sti»rker!« and feed
ers. $3 25ffl$3 53: Southern steers. $4/u $«:
Southern cows. 92 TSOS-t 3rt; native cows. $2 .'•!>
«•*:. T5; native heifars. ft 30«*»ii: hull*. $3 60
084 SO. calves. $4 crsS HOGS — K-ceipta.
5.300; mar!'' lOVrI.V hieher: top. $s «i) : imtic
of sales. 89 83*88 83 heavy. $«! .v. -* 9s) «M>;
packers an.l butcher*. SS4O«*SS6O: MKht. $a©
$S ."iO; pigs. W501M7&0. SHEEP— Receipts.
-. i-.on : market steady: lambs. Srt «i>ii> JS a.%;
vrarlnm. 8* 88e3ft S3; wWisre. $3 23©?.-. S.t;
bw-s, $4 :.,bsa:.o, nockers and f-jeders, 52 50
Of $3 -•"' -
CLOVERSEED AND TIMOTHY.
Toledo, Jan. 13. — «"^.OVEnSEED — Cash.
I* 071s: February. 9S» f»2V. ; March. 59 07H;
April. 5H3. October. ?7 23; prim*, eM, $*»>.
TIMOTHY— Prime ?IS7'.». AWIKE-rrtme.
?SOS; March. f* 13.
• FOREIGN MARKETS.
Uverpool. Jan. WHKAT — Hull; fxit
l ir«i *«•**: March. &• 4Sd; May. h, i-,,i.
CORN— Sp*>t ••"> : n«sw American ialj«l, 3» *1;
..I) 5« BMid: urea dull; January, mixed, 3*
f.S I Plat*. r>« T'lT ' 1 PKA* Canadian nteady. 7*
BWd 1., .in Wtntur paUnts, :i:u *i. HOPS
in Londun (Pacino Coast), firm. EH tis^fT. Httß*
— Estrii In.li* mMM 9«m 3.1. lrA^W--^shon cut.
tVi* Hd. PACON— •'iuiik>rrUit<i cut strong, «t»;
•hort r«h «*" ll J". "*' lo "X •••l^ar middles, H»rtit.
"8 >••• 31 t>- '»n t - HS * *'• heavy, «3»; ahort cl»«r
back*. ***• ' lr * r b#llt*» .ml. t. «0... M.
PHOI L.PERB .-niaif. »tron^, ,-.7.i 6,1. UVRD—
Prime Western, tlercea. firm. fl7« 3d; American
I«ttoa4. t"* ll *- «J»» M- «'HEESE— Canadian
tint-Nt whit- staudy. 37»; colorr.,l. ,■>,. TALLOW
-Prime cttKugM 3d- T;RPE NT IN'K-S B lrtts
•irons. 4"" 10 I *;*- ROPIN~Cn B«nonB «non lirnj. 10*
41.» d.4 l .»d. I'ETROLEIt'M— R-nn«l steady. 7V-d.
UNriKKU OlL— Strong, Ss* S)J. """■
I.omlo". Jan. 13.— RAW SIM; -••••ntrlfuictl
l.i« IK1: n*" 800 * 11 , 11 "',," 8 - m:i' ' KIJOA H—Janq
mit, 13s 0.1. LI.NhKKp <C*leutta)^Aoril-June.
ptsSM. H-^'^M IL T 3^ pll - sperm orr^
r ■■■■■■ v ■"•ri-au r»flnc,i .
TA NTINt SptrlUi. «2> «M.
nO3l? r .*f lgan suaia«J, 10« 34; fine, Isj 0.1.
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEFPT3.
?.>*«• Tork. January 13. 1310.
Wh«at, bush 7.2001 Lub* k oil. bbls.... 88
Cora, hush- 33,000 [ Cottoned oil. bbls. I*>
Oats, bush „37.M0!B utter, pkg* e,ts«
Malt, bush. t>,«"X> Cheese, x>n . ■
Flour. bbl3 4.831 1 Estks. 9kga 4J530
Flour, wick» ■-:.-:* fJs* poultry. *k«c T-! >
Buckwheat, bush. 2.4<x> IJve poultry. pkgs 8M
Peas, bush t.OUO Cotton, balan t.«M»
Bean», sacks..... ;. -- Apples, bbis 4.3*»
Hops, bales 388' Potatoes, bbla ».sio
OUmeral. sacks... mm; Onion*, Mis „ V«5
Hay. tons B«>.ABe4aa, boxt* L 2».»
Straw, tons . 20 j Cranberries, pkgs.. W
Otrnmeal. sacks. s.4l>>i '— I fralt. pisja . 1.7O»
Mtllfetd. teas Lmbohs (Cal>. baa. 06«
Oatmeal, bbla.... 2tO.Orang«s »Cal>. bx» 3.125
WMskey. bbls... 425fOnnsw (Flu), bis »1<»
Pork, bbls 2SB' Peanut .1. sacks.... 1.4»
Rama boxes 324(nic*. sacks . .. S.2T"J>
Bacon, boxes... . 1.1301 Rosin. bbls ..; TT\
Lard. tl-rc*s 43«'>fTar. bhl» 125
Lard, <<«8 3.CW Molasses, bb15..... 5.32?»
Cannned. be«f. ca. 123 Sugar, bbl3 375
T m — bbls. 10 --. tir, sacks 333
Tallow, bbta . Tobacco, hhd« 12-"»
Grease, bbls €9 Tobacco, pkga 745
EXPORTS.
Beans, bush 7S>' Refined p«t. ai*. 8.085. 191
Flour, bbls 1.159 Cofs«?.t '•*'. gala. 6.363
Flour, sacks ■.. 1.173 Lub ■'•. «■>» Sl.eOik
O*»ss sr«l. bags 4|Lard. » cl - 7 ** >
Hay. bales 9*« Gr*ane. lt>. 84,880
Recta. bbla. 41 Cheese. Xi> 15.880
Crud* pet. gals..23T.C3U|
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. SBsr, No 1 , Flour. ilpls pnta 85 75
foundry 9ir> <V> (Cotton, middling 14.03
Iron. So. No I. IS ->7 - Coffee. No 1 RH» S**
Ste«l rails . ■• j Sugar, granulated 5-C5
Stand cop, spot l.i 88 3lolas»*».OK pm« 4f>
Tin 32H2W ■ Beef, family 18 38
Exchange lead. 4 7<» Beef hams 500 ,,
Spelter « 17% Tallow prime. .. «**
•Wheat.No 2rM 132 Pork, mess 3»tSS
•Corn, %*•■>•- tni'l 7* ' HojTJ.drsd. 1«» T!> 12
Oats, mixed. 2fl Larti. Mdl« Wast 13.«5
to 32 to . . 814.
•Nominal.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York. January 81 101»
GRAIN — WHEAT— Firm, prices working UP
about '4 c tr'«n the previous cUjs» on firm
cables, predictions of small ♦xporta from Arg»n
tina this week and la sympathy with the
strength in corn. Near the, clo*«> th^ market
weaken**-; and last most of the advance «lurins
♦ho last half hour of trading, and closed baredy
steady at unchanged to He net advaac». No '-
red here closed $1 33 elevator domestic an>l 51 32
f » j aßoat. nominal: 18a 1 Northern L>uiu:h.
$1 2<3H. and Mo 2 bard winter. $127%. nomi
nal, fab afloat CORN— Street, and prices
established new »h(h r*--«rds for the season, ad—
ranclnjc *»c to lc a bushel, with a<-tlv* trailing.
The Liverpool market was firm at Id advance,
with reports that locusts «esa damaging th*»
crop tn Argentina. So Hhweetera ciarketa were
firm, and it is claimed that com is b«'lng at
tracted It» that direction. No 2 cora here closed
73'?.- elevator domestic, •»*: (Jellvered and He
fob afloat all nominal. OAT:£ Oats firmer in
sympathy with corn and on strength in the cash
posit i.Mi. Cash oats firmer, with mlx«d, 3993"
R>. UOSlVic: natural white. 2*832 n>. BSS4»
55^c. and clipped white. .tt'943 1* 34J137e. RYE
—Easy: Ka 2 Western. $o'«£. nominal, fob.
New York. BARLEY — Dull: feedtns nominal.
NEW YORK PRICES.
Tester-
Wheat: Open. Hi«h. Lew. Flos». day.
afar Si 2O~t $1 21 91 -• 1?l-"•« 91 2»*4
July 11l 111% 111 ItMi 111
Corn:
May — — — mm TSli
Oaks:
May — — — B*<i 54**
CHICAGO TRICES.
Wheat :
May ...."...sll3^i $114 $1 13H $1 1»S *1 *»S
July ... 103', I<H 1 03 l 1 t>3 : » 1 fl8 1 *
September.. MS S»»» «>H 8© »«*«.
Corn:
Slav . 70', 7o'-, «»t; 7f»'» e»s
July .... ts9*ti 70 «{*»» r«-« na^
September.. eß*i 63»i «3?» 88f| "©
Oats:
Hay 43 49% *»-, 4., *B*i
July 43"i 4R 4.-'« . 4-.S 4.**
September. . 42*4 42»i 42»i 42S 42^*
Less];
January . . 12 so ISM 32 7f» 12 77 12 73
May 12 SO 12 32 1-25 1223 12 25
Ribs:
Jaruaxy ...1182 1152 11 72 1177 11 SO
Hay 1172 1175 1167 1165 11 67
Pork:
January ...22 15 22*7 22 12 22 12 22 0T
May . . . 22 25 22 S3 23 17 22 2O -2 21:
INTERIOR RECEIPT*.
Wsjsae. Osra. Oat*.
To-4a>- 656,000 500.0G0 3^0,000
Last week 324,000 4<».>¥l«» .Tuß,t)i»i
Last year 421.000 eas\Bßß 272.000
>EABOAUO CLEARANCE*.
Flour. Wheat. Cora.
Te-da7 T.Bei 224.«i«> 13P.0)<0
lAst weelt 3rt.o«>rt ss\oßß saB.SM
Last fear.... «,<»> 89^888 243,000
COTTON— Less activity, but trading r«
osets4 continued excitement, and there wete vio
lent fluctuations, with May contracts selling Into
new low ground fop the movement. The clus<»
was weak and at the lowest level of the day.
with the general list showing a decline of from
10 to 30 points, as compared with the final quo
tations of yesterday. gouttjern spot marJints
were nominally »c lower to '*c higher. Local
contract prices:
Tester-
Open. High. Low. Close. day.
January... 11. 53 14.<5 14.:;: 14.M#H.33 11.70
February.. — — — 14.33^14 &> 14.70
March . 14.53 14.36 14.82 14.ti24»1*.<8 14 >.-.
April — — _ 14.t3(iU.7rt 14.SS
May 1-t.nß 13.14 14.74 14.T44f14.7H 14.M
J«te. ... 14.t: 14.52 14.«3 1t.>j»914.7l 14.50
•Tuly .. 14.^7 13.1:5 14.71 it.7ittu.74 v.-.v*
Aupust 14.35 I*.<t M.4M 14.43014.30 14.87
September 13.C5 13.71 13.45 IS. J3®13.43 13.7-,
October... 12.98 13.13 12.00 13.80013.88 13.09
December. 12.63 12.32 12.65 [email protected] 12.50
Spot rotten was quiet, with prices 5 points
lower, at 14.!Vki for middling upland and 15.20
for middling Gulf. No sales; delivered on con
tract. 2»*> bales. Liverpool cables: Spot In fair
il> mand : sales. $.000 bales: ttpcculatton an.i »i
pert. 500, American. 7.000; Imports, 10 088
Amertean. 12.000; middling- upland. 7.5KW. Fut
ures opened Irregular, at 199 points advance on
near and wnrhansjee] to 2 points lower on late
months; closed steady. 1 point higher to 3*
points lower; Januan- and January- F^bmar'-
TTOSd: February-March. 7.725 d: March-April.
T73^d April-May. 7.77.1; May-June. 7.IS\-d-
Jun--JtJlr. 7.7? d: July August. 7.76'-id; August!
September. 7 51.1; fieptembeTs-October. 7 lO'tl-
October-November. 8.89 d; November-December'
6.73 d: r_iniesai T— aij 8 77-1.
COFFKK- Baals valut-a ranging at un
change'! to 10 points Inner. and th« market
closed at this level. Havre waa '« franc low*r
and Rsmborg unchanged to '* pfennig law-r
!=r»>r was firm at S x i f»r Rio No. 7. Lccal con
tract price,:
Yest»r-
Opes Wat Ij»w. Hose. day.
January ... «.75 UTS « 7"S « 7""rr« So 6 >•»
February . . a.9 6.*0 Si» a.St^t^.^S fl.'«o
Mar-li — — — *i <Mg«i.9ik ft. go
April — — — «.S3€6P«> ♦» «S
May «-9S •!» «-Jo «.j>oo«.nr. 7.00
June — — — n<Ml7.V4> 70S
July — — — 7.0007.PS 7.05
August ... — -— — T.Co^.«>3 7.05
September . 703 705 7 ''>•'» 7 000705 7.10
October ... — — — «.'.Vw3!7.rx> 7<«
Kevf mX . — — — « «P«T -V> 7 <«
Deceases* . 8.88. « 95 6.U3 «Ld&«7 •!•» 7*
FLOl'n AND 3tE.\L — IHour qul-t and
steady, with indications of Improving demand
for certain grades. Spring patents. ♦•"> [email protected]
!V»; winter straights. $5 45 -<i .-, :. 'winter
patents. 85 30988: spring eieara, 94 .V) 994 83.
extra No 1 winter. $4 70^?3; extra No 2 win
ter. 84 30094 65: Kansas straights. 88983 -'•■
Bt'CKWHRAT TI.OIR— : bulk. 92 per
100 lb. '.'X.WHEAT— nominal. RYE
FLOUR — Firm: fair to toed, $4 23 H94 49;
choice to fancy. $4 43^f4 *\ '^R.NMS-^L-
Firm; kiln dried. *3 33. BAG — St«ady;
flue erhtts and yellow. 91 ,'un|i *• ccir»n,
$1 43©$l SO FEED — 'Western quiet; ettr
firm: Western spring. 827 301*327 7."» standard
middling. $27 .v>s927 : flour do. 83879; red
dog. $31 259883 city bran. 825 BO bulk. $27 73
SSS2S sacks: middling. $23 Sfte)BSß 50: r«d dog.
$"2: h<?mlny cb«p. .'7 30 balk. B*> 70 seeks;
ollraeeJ, $37. nominal.
PROVISIONS — Firm early, but the market
sagged "IT a llttlo at the close. PORK—
Steady: mees. 8249824 23; family, $2ff<9s26 50
short clear. 82oU$2T 50. BEEF— Finn; mess.
911509912 30; family. $lO&316 s*l : packet.
9i2«81S8O; extra India m*«ss- $24 30** $23.
BEEF HAMS- Steady. 924992* DRESSED
HOO8 — Firm: bacons, 11\r : ISO Ih. U%c: 160
lb. Me; 140 lb. ]2c; Pis*. 12 'ie. CTT MEATS
Pickled bellies steady: »n3ok4ns. t3Se; 10 lb.
ISc; 12 Ib. I.V 14 m 13c. Pickled hams
steady. Kt-^o-ii TALLOW — Qui«t; etty.
•%c; country, «i,«*7c- LARD — Firm; Middle
Western. 13^ 13.10 c: city, 12% c. Refined
steady; i-outh America 14.23 c; ronttnent.
1 :; ..",!»■• . Brazil, Vccics. 13.2."c; compound, in<+ <*
10v»c. hTEARINE'— Steady; also, 17|}17i-c;
city lard. i:sVl3'*c.
SUGAR — Refined aulet but very firm, owing
ta Ike strensrth In the markst for raw. P".rm
granulate.) is still quoted at 4.03 c net. i,-«s i p*r
f-nt cash. Raw htstier. with centrifuge!. 08
teat, quotmt at 4.17 c; muscovado, vj i^t«t. 3.«7.-.
and luolaMM* ougar, JO test. 3.43 c This ad
vance was on sales of about 100.000 bags Cuba
centrifugal, about 73.**** to American an.l bal
ance to F<»drra! at 2 13-lttc. basis 'M i-?st. cost
and freight, aqua! to 4.17 c duty paid. Th« T.in
>i<>u markei for beet suitar wan unchanged to
l'=.l hlghar and firm at the artvance. with Janu
ary at I;:* 3d: February. lUa 3'td. and May, 13a
*1m
RICE — Rice steady and fairly eotivo.
MKTAI.H— COPPER— Standard weak: upot
»nd til deliveries up to th- end of Apr clos
tn< at 13.12' i a 13.30 c. London easy; spot.
tQft !"» 8d; futures. t*l 1r".« id Lake copper.
IS 73$ lie. electrolytic. 13.*24 #1.1 7Vt; caat
in*. t:t.STH4r •• -* t TlN— WeaSSfc spot.
52.30«r.2.73c: January. 52.3»^r.2.70e; r-bru
ary. March and April. 52.30052.73 c. London
easy nt 1 14«* 3s fnr spot. and £150 for future*.
I.BAD quiet: spot. «.BTH9«.T3%C New Tork.
4..".«>^»4.rt«V: East St Louis. London unchanged
iTELTEß quiet; spot, n.10««.23c N>w Tork.
and r..i).*.*i '•'.».*«• Eant 8t L»uis. IRON" BJaa
hiih»r »t Us 'M for Cleveland warrant* in
the ! "»<! mi roarkets. Locally no cheat r.
ported. PS Iron » < ertirtfai-a steady. Nn
sales. Regulaxa: Cash. Sit; jo: January. Sitj 30
„ $17 F«"bruarr. * : " --">. March. 91 v>: April.
$lfl ...• : *IT 7-V »nd May ami June. 9l««((<
>.VV,\L STORKS— Pplrtta turpentine flrroer.
owing iv limited '<te«iii«* Rnaln steady -to
fitm and unchanged Tar steady TUtIPEN
TIN*E-»3olrlts>. xnachlna hhls. «da TAR —
a.SOc ROSIN — Common to ccod «trala<i«>.
4 -..V; R and C. *.4J D. 4.30 c; E. 1.33 c; F,
4 rtrtc: G. 4.«3c: 11. 4.70 c; I. 3.10 c: K. . lOe: M.
iLSSf N. e.«Sk: VVfi, 7c. am! WW. 7.23« J.
wMOLAnIS \\li SYKI-P*— aiotew** ruled
ttrni he»"« " n>l at New Orleans, and syrup*
were nulet but steady.
OH », Lln3C«.tt otl was firm, but no further
chant* was reported In prices. Refined. p«tr«»-
U«in> unchanKeit.
CCTtONSEEO Oil— Market showed alightlv
better tons sarly. but whea prices for cottoa
>r"k» tat- in the day va)n«« sagged off at about
tie prertens close. Sates. 12.400 bar: em. .-Local
contract prices:
Tester
-,_. Open. High, Low. Ones. day.
SS ••■• - - — — — 7 38SJ7 43 Til
i«^rr ... ■Lra-ct.aa i.a>
Jrfc«ary 7...^ ;.xt- I^i«e7.aii '.»»
Y^T. 11 «-35 i» T.S* 7.37tt7.3S - •■•
*■*** — —• — 7.aieJT.*> 7.a>
•• l -»» 7.1S 7.4» 7.57 7.4t1-97.41 I.V»
S~T _ ••43 7.48^X43 T«BsR-+« "-•
J^pt^niber r3t 7^,j -33 7 3*8)7 ..v. 7.33
Octf * # «>« > «.«! CM3 §-><> 6-.sia3.N; I •
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS. ■
„_..__ •v^?'"*'*' Tork. January 13. 1310.
rJK.l>> VXD 4 \s_ a«ce»pu. l.l»20 hag*
oeans ami 4yj ba Ss p^^^ eholw marrow firm.
7>.tr , J ? ob ' n * *»'** at j2 02»,ei2i»i. Most o:
lr.*»J?. t8 . bui » it i«» ! » in pea boa been at |2J»ft
?-"-*»• bu t thttf*, >• sotn« diaposidon tv aak *
little more, *te4 a «y an urn. but ■Illi— l
f." " er cfc *"*'• some jobbing sal** of <-hot«a>
wi,^f aHI '*» •"'Sa »« fJ»"f- Scotch p«as h>li
wuf» conadente- BEANS— iiarrow. choico.
s.7*J*ri: € m-il:uui, S:M; p-a»
k!dr.ey. $U i»*B3 30;
fLj 1 ** *>• t»Bie|«2 87^. y«n«w •,•. *3 23:
»2ftft *.«•"." *"?'• $2*SOB». "J"^ California
|-f«2«<-*»-. i*BA.>--Scotc;ii. ba«a. bushel.
»- -• '».
i" b ' s ? * rart « fr*»h creamery. Trad- oaSaVT
er^d« .? *"* «J«*ln«d. For nearly all ota«;
Inquiry ud la steady ; »oia» Jot»6ln S in v«ry
"i 52 '^ 33^: » 'to* of *0» tv»«
T^r t*" 1 ?* 1 * anrades. Factory steadier. Vack
m~ i* nn t ii * 1 ' t twle. ra«ary «4«»«r»*cs>.
!^,J r'°TJr I ** ■■ d Brm«r. Cr«eatfrr. a»e
»t«l.*l i«ii •*tr»a. 33c; rtrata. JH , ».14«:
UtrsM a»ej h»ld. sp«clala.
slat, ! ll!b^ «S.- »
pr!ja "- 3rt^-=«: convmon t» fair.
*%£? fIBXIUtIZ?f lBXlUt lZ? "Winery. Onts. 2u^2,c:
l*^l?,^7' c - nt *- 23«: seconds. 2*t»2<»ie- tm-'J-w
H. c i^f^- k R r n < SC ro J? SST J3SSS
m« ?» i «or.k and strong, ton- holder, r-ta^
nesa. but onliaary fall mad* ta ««e U m U llito-»
T# kl7k 17 * C^ , O * t <> b -''- beat. l*Hc; StMM
™ d *' "»^et. ISV^c: common to fair. 13 9 130 -.
mace, be?t. 12tfl2Hc; farr to inwj. 102 llo:
common. 7#B*»e. Till «xim». »#B^a. w "^
KCGH—Recelp,^ 4.330 eaa»^ Mark«t «tall
and meetUMt Fr^ab amtajnad by l*Bt a«Sr-
S Z* p>nty " n<l •••JJns slowly. GrsS-fr^irLT
110 " aDd ta ° sle<S "*• SUC:
PM LT y Y r~ A "— I»J|| 8 cars lr*
f^lgrh: and cl..** to « cars by «x3mw aa-c!!M
"""•-what larger thao fxpactad. and witbtann
It«fnf, - q ? .cautiously r-celcn are not
- i^' ar *' GELa Tl*^™^-^T I *^™^-^
TESiSJ-D-^uijrlfM and"! ".' '* ,
and Jbwfal cuatinu« light and holder a» &- m .
but tradins la alow. «a buyers oMaet to th«
r rl «» »«l«t V-ry few frwh Vcelpt,* of tnrit-VT
but uttia 4»raan.l except for a f w«r Iselectwl younr
iotas. Ducks about steady. <>•«» stow anA
tone easy. Squabs firm. TURKEYS, dry sacked.
Maryland. Jersey. # ,c. 23<52e0: stat» and FVnn
»yl\-ania. 2452T.c; ncaroy. C«9c- Westarn.
scaLieti. 22'":.- : dry , Ptelw^TVtactal yuu«
tows. 24© 23c: dry packed, yormsr bens. 24c- drr
picked. £al«cted youn» hens and torn*. Me' fair
to cood. 22©23-: oul tmaa. -• Southern <Srr
Picked. 22 l aS23«-: scalded. 22tJ23c; capons.
Philadelphia. 2t>@SOc: Ohio. aßnße: oth-r \T«»»
•rn. 15225.-; broilers. Philadelphia, fanry •'.!»>>.
pair. 73<j>Op: fancy. 4 15 to pair and under. Tb.
2s#3oc; Pvnndvlvstßla. 2«928c: Waste— drr
picked, milk :>U. fancy, frozen. 28o; rreeh. 3*B>
23.;: wra fed, fancy, frozen. 23c; frMh. 132'^lc:
MichUran. s<-a!ded, 19520e; other Welters. t^S
20c. CHICKENS, roasrin?. FhilacJelphla. fancy,
ft n> and over to pair. n». 254127e; Pennaalvajua
8 n>. CTg?BP; "Weatsrti. dry ptcfee-1. miia fad. *
Hk _ ..^c, corn tad. 137a©19c: Ohio *wi
Michigan. 19C1> ether Westers. 17»1*-.
mlxwl -weisrh's. PMladelphia. fanry. 2Mr. Penn
sylvania. [email protected]; Western. m!!K fed. dry picked.
13c: corn fed. ISfjc; West-?! • ■i. l«Jn;
Chin and Mtrhlraa. sc-alded. 1631d^c; other.
14315r. FOWLS, Western, boxes. «0 t*> and
over, doean. 17 »c; iS m. 17- 36 to 4-1 D. 15#
16c: Western, hols. dry picked, heavy. lS^i?;
small. [email protected]**ie; Ohio and Michigan, scald*!.
IHigUj'-.c: other V.'astern. 154?16c. OLD COCKS.
T.<- DUCKS. Marj'land. Jersey, etc. 20^T.'--:
Ohio and Mlchi?an. l&g20c: other Western. 1^
JIV. GETESS. Mary:a^.i. Jersey, etc. 14«T5c:
Wisconsin, stuffed, 15c: Western, 1«>#1S«.
S'JUABd, prime, lar«». whit-, doaea. 93i15)8;
pocr. dart. $1 30; culls. Sog73c GCTXIU3.
spring. 5 IT) and over pair. I*
«lAJrE — Rabbits eontlnu-* In gtwd demand
arid prime lots steady. Ta,-iirabbtta a\o*r. RAR
BITS*. fresh, pair. I2©l*- J \.TCR-\BBMTB.
S(>9Bor. DUCKS. wiM. -anvaa. pair. 8888 MB:
r*ahea<J?. SISQQS2; ma'lards. St 25: nMKjy._JBV»
81; teal, bluawing. 75t"^81; jraanwlng. 6C<^l3c.
POTATOES AND VEGET.VBI.E8 — Potato**
steady but nrm. iw«[ potatoaa w«*k and lower.
Onions highar. Cabbages firm. Artichokes
Msjsjsj Anise Higher. B««ia and carrots aml,
Celery tn free supply. Cau!t3«rw»n» naah'- Chtcf ry
cr.d escarote ttrrrer! Essrlants hts-*'-'" for fancy.
Kal« staady. Spinara bighm L«ttuce firmer.
Okra scarce. Very tvfi peas arriving. P-»pper«
slow. Parsley firm, srrtng bean» stteadr. Toitra
tocs lower. FOTATOES. Bermuda. second croy.
$.1 5fil?$5; Main-, in bulk. 18i> 7b. 91 73©52; b«^.
81 88081 80: Long Island. bbl or bag. $1 ~9
82 26: stat» and W««tem. in bcßc. IS»> Tb. SI S4.XS
*t 75. has. 91 SO<ail 7"; W«tere. 130-ri> ta?.
$1 .•{.*>; Jersey, Ht>i or bag. jl3*6ißlTS frost-d
stock, bag. -.-#«1 2S: SWEET POTATOES. r»r
ser. bbl. |1 3»>*l-92."4>: basket. *»r#81; ARTI
CHOKES. Californi.%. drum. Si4«gßi.«. ANI?S.
»w Orleans, bbl. *2 / 3f3: BRCSSE.LS -">!?».
nvart. affrioc; BEETS. <7aarleston. 1*) btinches.
SSys4 Near Or'.aans. $35)93; Bermuda. crats.
.<I23SSI.V>; CARROTS, ten. »12j»f15. bbl «•
bag 11*91 38: rharle«ten. ICO bunches. $I»
$150: Nttw Qslsasjs. 52UJ2 •">•. Btrmad.i crat».
23; CABBAGES. Danish. *e«i ton. 82S#
S3O: domestic. $lS<?saO; 100. Sifli?: hbl. $1 5»>S«
fl 7.-»: re-1. ton. J33SJ.3S; bhl. $1 753«; CTCUM
BEBS, Florida. bdak«t, $136012 2:.. CELERY.
♦lozen stalks. [email protected]; state aatl Jersey, ca^.
$lg?2 2.'.- railfornia. case. 94<fr84 75: Florirtm.
.-rate. $2«52 2T>: CAULIFLOWERS. Lone Island,
bbl. ;Oc'os4; Florida, basket. $1 25**1 Hi- Cali
fornia. ia3e. *1 7:*WU. half cas-. «*"•»!:
<-in«"ORV New Orleans. bb». »2*8SoO: KSCA
ROLE. ?2©?4; CGGPLANT?. FhjrMa. M«. ft
,=s.-!. Cuban. Jl'SSi: HORSERADISH. !CO-n> NS{.
94.1«»O84 7.-.- KALE. Norfolk. *»@7sr: KOTU-r-
RABX. New Orleans. 108, 52(183. LETTUCE,
rharle^ten. bask.**. SlgSt 73: Florida, basket «r
b«x 51^53 2T.; New Orleans, bbl. $2 30984:
IJMA BEAXa BTntuda. box. 94; LEEKS. Xew
OrUana. bbU $2 aC^53: ONIONS. Cuban, cratSj.
12 23: smalt whir* ptcfcl-. era?-. 38e)S*V: «tat*
and Western, white. crat». rt»V.J»I : basket. " B
fl 23: yellow, bag. 91 23«82 3&; rod. 81 »ssl 73:
Oransre- County, yellow, baff. 91 2649! ?•: r«H.
$1 - [email protected] «C- Connecticut Valley, -How. 100-IN
hag, $1 23^81 C*>: OKRA, Florida, carrier. 11
«i»3: Cuban. *■.«*«; PEAS, basket. 93989; PET«-
PKI«S. larw* bos. 83 30« l." l: carrier or baako*.
SI 23J1?2: Cuban, earner. $I©SI 13. PARSNIPS,
1 -m. 9l«*l aft; PARSLJrr. New Orleans. csgjf.
$.jQSC- p^in. S«K?J3; Bermuda, crate. 81 TS#BJ«S
i:-'IiAJNS Florida, basket. 913*2 25. BjermudJi.
••rat* $t<3sl 73- SHAtT.OTS. New Otoeßß. bbi.
?t [email protected]: STRING BEANS. Florida, ■»«. fancy,
basket. 9**B!» -VV «r—r. ¥3 309*4 30: poor i->
jr<v»d -L5f1«92»: SPINACH. Xorfol*. bbL 81 SB
CJS2 25; Baltimorf. bbl. 81 EO; SQfASH. Hus
bard. bbl. $123<J51~3: -i*rrow. 81*813*»: Flcr-
Ha. white. h.vi. 91881 3*>. Cuban. ?>■«■ 8|:
TURNIPS rutabajea. bbl. «>c<esl: white. 30ctT*l:
TOMATOE?. F»-rida. carrier. |1«92 r^ibaa.
JttSU 73; WATERCRESS, 100 bunches. *11»82.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New Tork. January sf» 1988.
BEEVE.* — rtecetpts. 27 cars, or 4Se> head. eB7
which 4 cars for market. Ncr transactions re ;
ported; feeling sensralty steady. Dres-*«<i be*,
quiet at &1*IOH" VKT lb 'or native «tdiSß». Lon
don and Uverpooi cattle and *+*t market*
unchansf«Kl. No «xports.
«'\LVE>— n«c«lpui. XB4. of which 512 «!ir»ct
to local butchers and 72 for thf market- Feel
inV .... VeaU sold at 8T 9 1 PtT TOO IK
Ctty drrssrd YeaN in mod#ra.*e demand at lot?
18a per ip; country dressed at O»ttHe:
ar*.as«d barnyard and fed calves at 7<*toe.
•>alt>s — Sanders: 3* veals. 147 Ib a»eras>».
8H»3O per WO tb: 1. ISO t $7.
T»bln & Shannon: 88 v«ais. 14S lb. ?WJ):
i£j. 3G3 G. l CWtt« & Sen: 1 veal. 881 Ib. $11; 15.
137 Ib. $10 50.
SHEEP AND ! \MB*— Reoeipt^ 12 Vi car^,
or ** 542 head, of which 7 can* tlirect to slaugh
ter and •".>, for market. Pheep m light suppty
and unchanged: lambs steady to 10c lower.
Pans cleared Common aheap sold at S3 75*
$4 25 per SOO It>; yearUncs, $7 30: common to
choice, lambs. B"99s>3a. Dressed rnuttori
steady at t>9lle per id. v!r^«ed Umbs. t2'-j^
Isv,c: country dressed h»UMuee !a^j<, w*w
51 1 per carcass.
Salts^ — S Senders: 2»« »rat* la^^*. *2 '»
averase. f)» 3«» per l'^> lb; 1O>». S4 Ib. 88 SO;
197 7S lb. JT» IS: 28. rtl lb, $S 23: »J state rear
llna'. S 2 IK S7 30; 4 state sheep. !;;& »b, 8125;
23. S3 lt». $*•
S, Ju«M ' & Co.: 34i Buffalo lambs, «2 sat
JS 7". * •
Kerns Commission Company: 2*# Baffal;>
lambs. «S lb. IS l>*
r.-b>i» at shannon: 81 state laanbe. 88) a*.
$S: 12 <hen>. 106 lb. 88 73.
«•«>. .- — Receipts, 2SS ears, or *l«* h»ad.
Including \> car to b* sold «M»rk>jt lower,
trim* inediiini to heavy weight state hop*
.'-i »'. $SSui*Ss9Q per li»0 lb. Country
dressed h>gii steady at l*>^s ; !3l2S« per lh.
Sales— Tobiri A Shannon: h sin hofja. StS
lh average, $» DO per UH> lb. 3 —^mfca 38S
lb. f 7 •*>
S. Sanders: • stats hogs. 132 Ih. $>» SaY
Newton & Co. (late yesterday): 84 stats
hogs. 12T It). 8» '
13

xml | txt