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?j0 P A f. BOND ISSUE
\oincs3 Increased '"■
OOdPOdtoßuy Eleven Lines.
Jar I?.— Stockholders of th«
»• Railroad Company voted
U-#> sr \ -"< E eciaJ mee«n« to increase th«
t»* y /itwedneffl «3.O0O,«» and to bay
•■^lirf jhe Iron jiountaJn bonds.
Vl^ \hWs" »nd votM to buy eleven
* iipt !a« Vice-President C. S. Clai ke
'**&££* ae«lnr. Th .hares °
f**\ Gould ar.d other New York stock-
G^"% m *n< voted by proxy.
*?%••*«■ bought •'• the Carthage *
!*LTthe JopJin * Western, the St.
fftß^lik HUI * CarondOt. the Sedalia.
l **** southwestern; the Kansas City
" i: T,-wcrk the Nebraska Southern, the
-" cc '*" R-tt the Omaha. Southern, the
*i* PaJlw»y. the Tueblo & State Line
*fL Kan»» & Arkansas Valley. The
Jjs,Vf UK Boonvme. St. Louis & Southern
ar proved.
f , fc J1T5.000.000 refunding mortca*e
" rtP t convertible bonds authorized by
v^c-rl Paciflc stockholders 529,806.
***", underwritten by Kuan. Loeb &
J .Bine time ago. and offered to the stock-
CB ?*r,/ji3 and Interest. The proceeds
rj nsPd to ay of? the floating debt and
n aiso fambh a considerable amount of
• : " rt'pitsl for improvements and additions
"**#>» M!*^"^ raciSc lines nd the Iron
*J^«- gT-rem. Of the total $175,000,000
EcUjn '•'" be r»sen-cd for refunding
*Lun bends, l«.ewt.ttt for refunding
SSJiBt oMigations. $5:.566.500 will be
?f^r bettemrmtF. Improvements and ad-
Jlb and tadpoeßt and $:5.000,000 will
tT - rfl fcr acquiring mortsa^s bonds
„*».• ct.lLo-jis. Iron Mountain and South
fc ""tg'te lirjed for betterments and addi
tsss...
MIEGEF. AGREEMEyT FILED,
v,-V> Wcstchester & Boston Cap
iUiized at $6,000,000.
Altaay - an - The consolidation aerree
. t Bje'rrirs *• New York. -VVestcUester
i Bastw I*'.l*»"* Company and the New
"■ark * V* 7l c: " ' r W»nr«sii Company
■rJi tiM Ke* Tcrk< Wftrhawtr & Boston
RiiJwtr Cempa: capitalized at $5.00>3,000.
,-i* £les «-&>' •«* the Secretary of
-hf otter* tnfl B^rtos£ arc: President,
UaasJst S. Mi»eT. New York; vice-presi
ceit Tion*s D. Rhodes. East Orunse. N.
j ■ :r«sarer. AVBawtta B. May. Bridge
port. C«in.; aasjatsTy. John G. Parker,
Jsml Haveu. director?, Levcrett. S. Miller,
r<«Tt<' M ilG'.er, J. P'erpont Morgan,
■/T" Jl Cats LfdytrS. William Rockefeller,
sS> Terk Cfcr.SS? p. Rhodes. East
<»r«r-t K. J.; Charge.-, P. Brooker. An-
Sm em.: Q«*! B. HMleu. James S.
i'emiMWT. *■ H?st<?n Robertson. New
i;,^," jflVj H. TTfiUtemore. Naa»mtuok.
r«n/£2*£J «*«• Moosup, Conn., and
Betet TT. 7^t -Providence.
:-z:n?.:sz ?.z:i;:'^'erse:?
Eficcrd Largest Transportation Com
puj on Great Lakes.
CsveliSl Jaa- !?• — The Gilclvrist Trar.s
■»*rt«t:-!ii Compe: the second largest on
the Gttst Ltice?, -rras placed In the hands
<•' -e?«T«rs to-<lay upon application by
r-ink IT GHdinst. of Alpena, Mich., vice
p-«sdem «f ti-<- coirpany.
Gi!c?jfcl «Tt?es thai poor business last
mmn aiade it inip<>ff?ible for the company
11 nest its 10ar.5 The debts are said to be
JlsMyJ&e. G. A. Garetaoa and S. P. Shane
i"7» eßDeinTec re.-eivers.
TOPICS OF THE STREET."
■MP -TR.VDIKG.-Forcicn house*
•ire act acttr« -,:. the local stock market,
•^Snr upward of IT.OCO shares. The trad
sor tras csc&ied in i«rg« pan to Rock
lii«B3 End United Stares Steel common.
3TTTS-NEW YORK COPPER.— The fol
'•"'"BS tner. have been elected directors of
tie Bete-New York Copper Company; A.
B. WoJrtn. president of the Butt< ' and
Sapaisr Copper company: Theodora Holis
wr, John G. Williams, John N. Kirk. B.
Bestrt Leo Schlerirger, I*. H. Hoiloway,
I E. Mitterthal and Philip I^aTrrencc.
Tte Bane and Boperfan* has bought from
•"* Burte-M; -i a ;k»- 305,490 Pharcs nf th©
Srt£-3fcw York stork, and - rapidly ac
•siarist tr.ore. in rrdcr to gain control of
CM 1 m e<?mpany. There are 6C),O0O
Kire« »'•■■_- ■ ■ -
ratal FORUM.— At the Finance
West Side branch of th« Young
y.K.':- Chnaiaa Association, No. 318 West
9) str**t. to-night, Maurice L. Mulile
s» viZi rreak o!i "Monetary System?."
Xi J. Parie* Cnannin?, e-ppeaideiit of
'* 09sen Development Company, on
"Hist'S Ir.vegTTre^Ld/-
TTAif COPPER RTGTiTS— Stock
w9bt-> ar.nourn-f-s That the date of ree
ca tar stockholders of he Utah Copper
*ea*""< entitied to rights m the. proposed
£■* ant has been postponed tit Jan
3iaiKATION'AL ITARVr:STER.-Tb«>
Sfcet Kx?hang» has received formal no
"*""' -prproFcd increase in the ■■f)--n
» sttek of the Internationa! Harvester
'-KOHNIi. from 5G&.0W.003 to JSO,OO!>/«"O.
STEICKE.V FROJI THK LIST.— The
V r « Exchange hs-s stricken fntm the list
«« Railroad preferred and
stock.
- ME7ROPOLITAX.
*•■ Ot annual meeting of tha Interbor
,-K-^etropolitan Company EL K. Star
**• ■*<>■ c!*ci<vi ■ director to fill a va-
a =^". Otrier directors rrerm re-elected.
50LD FOR ARGENTIXA. — Goldman.
fcicit & r o . have en?afir^i J.-JO.OOO po\d
•"■iw shipment to Arpentm* to-morrow.
.t^KAWAXXA COAT. COMPANT.-At
• ai^'jih:- of the Delaware. Lacka
rrca £. West »n Coal Company George
«ts:rt;tha! v as elected a director.
EATLEOAD EARNINGS
KSTALO, COCHESTEB i riTTSECHG.
j,,_ :oio. i9oo. 100s.
fcwft !n Jaa - *^>7.472 $122,901 9121.M1
"7 l-Jaa. 14.. .VI37.CK> 4 lia.7^ 4,7ir..047
. <\\NADIAX PACIFIC.
P,** r i in J*n. J1..-.42.000 99~d.*tf*) «O.TO Ann
~. l-.ar. 14.. 51^11,000 »- I. SHI 42.&25.017
. • DENVUR i- r.lO GRANDE.
$ZX\ ir ' >T * r - «3«.9C0 % ■■'.*.-. ■.♦ 0 «^>7.200
*-7 I-««c. 2|.. liKiT.KOO :i,410,500 1C.308.004
a IOWA CSSTRAI*
j JT c . !n J «a. $4i«.i«5 $4^,»r_- »TJ!.«»7r)
%^'" lU - U ■■■ VSSi&M 1.«*J9.4ti4 1.799. U4
- .ETAAriOXAL. & GRIiAT NORTHERN.
«-tT"*j '" •'*" 5127.C0) $14.-. <-.<> $14 i .'IOO
•T >-i»n. j4..j 4 .. 4.733 7SI 4.C19.Q02 4.031.786
i MINNEAPOLIS ft ET. UJ'CIS.
Jc^** k . ta iaft - *77.r«7 $** 7H.'. $»».02.->
7 *-**»• 14.. r,SC¥.S«3 2.413.627 ;.^>. 151J
v XZ3EAS i PACIFIC
£*•* in Jan. $^7,175 f 245.793 5258.091
'" Jls - I*-- I 47- 4D3.^41 50*,1«3
j^ AS.V ARBOR.
J^^l^-Jao. J4.-.U73 $54.07« 135.2?2
• *-«a. 7.. 1.n*),359 I.'MS.^W 1,127.111
jj "CTROIT, TOLUDo i HtONTON.
fc^Si al f a< *2*.«3« $23,700 523.641
i i " Jaa <■• Vjj.«7« - - _-j 1.014
" UAXXE SSTRAL
*i^ '" '
■>?*•■„ :•::. 9n 931.40 O.S«
t-Tfc- S2*" *'"«.J77 I-:.,, :, SloT.,fc7'>
•* 3 -«iJ>Waet.. 4W.203 4«.910 27.343
feJ'J*T r r '" tsujast rtsusm 57.-?,r/.«7
•*■•*<♦ «c*t, z.UZ 2.333 1.100
-^ttv* «.. ».. I .» $i?T73O *7«.«i7
30,14» 30,075 :*.<»'h.
!^r'i I£*S!£1 £*S!£ „,*— "3-l« ~51ti3^35 *«ii,o«l
$>; :»-i
* lru *«. --••:-. ..,-,■. „.; -1 :.:,«
..
"^-•op. -net, .; - 4 - J5 ; 474 ' ti2 73
%■ . ,
***n rr c' cs *- !*-! *-- li.^*.*?!; $i rw.tti fzfia.mr.
K4.10S IV».«»X7 i9.ua
f\ . |
■"»■««'. $1. 331.727 71.f151.514 1249,4*12
'* <Jf '?'i'* 1 $J«.?52 $1««»,4,%:{ J^2.<.V»
/?•*»«•<• loi^Jj Hi.ll: }V.wj
i*£rT ma **' KUM |74.3«W SU>32
43.20 a O.iVJi *7Wj
Ni si -
*r id
*■**■' . 1 .

......
. «««» .-28.5.12 •2.487
; »
*^~ •*« ■■"' $277,517 $126,093
' ejet
J HAVANA WUBCmc.
';. "• ia jr B .LI 1 * bM9 Increai*.
v - 1-Jii ","?• jt:t«.7s-! $mi
■ rtEN , PACIFIC.
• .. '■ - »:•.:•>
-■■ '• tSa.SOtf 42X^ifl U2.V00
MONEY AND EXCHANGE
MONKV ICARKET.-Ma ay« -,
I S7 aM^ £<* ft *5
five and six months \f* », ?n' '^ nt f ° r
offered quite freely m£> if, i "S p ' per was
d*>man«l. Hates. 4Va" tTp- rM; ' a , fair
nilfnir ratfß <-^i yOly 01 " 13 from Mondays
II
afternoon cables were quoted Bt4s4ffjr
le*s iw«h «^A ,S, Sh °y\ tnncn were 5.16; i
M l-lt> and short rcichsmarks 03 3-16 less
bankers' posted rates were as follows:
Rt.Hin. Elxtrdays. Demand.
Merlin* 4 S4Vi 4OT'-.
Germany, relchsmarks " 94 t! «'-,*
rarls. francs 3 i«»* » ,-' a
HeU-mtn. rrancs %££ t\*H B 7^
Holland, guilders // |Sft 6 ]£,*
Ai?™lWZl? Boston. 5c
discount; Chicago. 10c discount; San Fran
£^'i&£Tßr* telegraph i-J" ™ r "
? ™7a«^ ca H6H 6 - c °mniercial par. bank
fn- premium: Charleston, buying par sell
"^f '-'^ premium: St. Louis, tic pre-
JSu^« • 40 Premium asked; Minneap
olis. Me premium; Savannah, buying 3-16 c
aiscount. selling par. *
BANK CLEARINGS.— New York. ex
changes 5621.052.629. balances 124.421
t ,.':!,' r jl cr ?..' >x r, 1 ?arig^ 546.105.667. balances
5,>.333.304; Philadelphia, exchanges $33.
974.5 U. balances $2,005,433; Baltimore, ex
changes $0.910.560. balances $770,450.
SILVER MARKET. — Commercial bar sil
ver, o2=». Mexican pllrer dollars, tie.
Bar silver in London closed at 2iiid, mi
cnansed.
GOLD PREMIUM.— In Madrid, 7.20; Lis
bon, 11.00. '
MEXICAN EXCHANGE.— Mexican ex
change on New York is quoted at 2 01 >«.
GOVERNMENT REVENUE.— Receipts
iron customs yesterday were $1,070 1"1
internal revenue $1,541,178 and miscellane
ous $973.754. a total of $3.555,055, against
total expenditures on ordinary account of
V 1.453.992. For the month to date ordinary
receipts have been $23,932,787 and ordi
nary expenditures $27,032,541, the excess
of expenditures amounting to $3,039,55 i.
lor the fiscal year to date ordinary re
ceipta have been $350,871,910. aninst
1313.d«4.103 in the same time in 1909, and
ordinary expenditures $377,031,375, acainst
9379.202.872 in 1901, the excess of expendi
tures this year amounting to $26,9.19.465,
compared with an excess last year of $66,
138.768. Including Panama Canal account
and public debt, the excess of all expendi
tures over receipts since July amounts to
$46,454,419, against an excess In the corre
sponding period a year ago of $91,500,222.
SUB-TREASURY. — The Sub-Treasury
Tvas debtor to the Clearing- House $1,773,-
STANBARD CORDAGE.
The Standard Cordage Company has
lssu<?d its full pamphlet report for the year
ended September SO. 1909, the new fiscal
year of the company. The fiscal ears of
The company previously terminated on
March 31. The net loss for the twelve
months ended September 30, 1309. after
payment of charges (including $140,300,
twelve months' interest on first mortgage
bonds, October 1 coupons of which are in
default) amounted to $231,334. as vcom
pared with a deficit for the year ended
March 31. 1908. of $213,148. For the six
months ended September 30. 1903. the com
pany showed a deficit, of $178,043. The
general balance hheet as of September 30.
1909. compares with that of September 30.
IMB. as follows:
ASSETS.
901 1808.
Property account . $6.532,&45 $5,532,545
•Stock Cannatis Mfg. Co.
(book value.* 134.5D7 151,597
Stock Standard Cordage Co.
'par value.i 50.1 s<>o
Permanent Imp. and bet
terments 25,327 21.4*1
N*?.- Tork offlc« furniture
a :id fixtures 1.213 1,21:;
Materials and supplies 343.55.} 510,330
Amounts er.-i bills receivable
• less reserve! 76.7P9 97.63S
P«bates on hemp, etc 5.010 7 S.:?,
Cash 4«.34» 777
Advance payments 7, 509 8, .*^»>
rroOt and lose deficit 622.527 301.102
Totals „.$8,119,820 $5,031,522
LIABILITIES.
Capital Bteck f2,759.7«i $2,750,7*5
First mortgage, bonds 2.908.573 2.«>3."7.'J
Adjustment mortgage bond* 2,471.»>»« i 2.471.«86
Accrues: charges 83.075 14,177
Totals ...?R,119,020 53,031.322
•The deficit on March H. 1907. amounting to
$:04.£07, -was added to value of stock of th«
« 'annabis Manufacturing Company an pep resolu
tion of board of directors dated November 20,
1307.
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
trurnishc!l by Edward B. Pmitli & Co.. No. 27 I
Pine street. New Tork-i
iM. Asked. I Bid. Asked.
Alb & ='.:5...2fK) 315 U Coal P. pf..l«>2 110
Alb & Vt . 70 75 I Man & Law. .25'T —
A!l«>sh a. W..IW 150 I Manhattan ...l.Wij 13R
Am T & C. . 70 £0 |Mass«TV VT...199 142
At ft •' A L..IV. — MH & 5 H...120 ISO
Aur & 8ar.. 110 US Mobile &Pvi 75 «•
A «.; & M M. «9 70 M&O <>Tk t cfs 8i 90
Beech Creek. OS 102 Mor C & Bak. 60 —
B> & FF. . 1« S3 . do pref 170 I*>
Host &. A1b..2-"2 833 Morris &- Es. .183 1«»
Host & I-o-r.-.. 223 — do Estn 100 110
B •• a.- Pr0v.299 990 Xash & Deo..] S3 19«)
B & 7th A.v.195 145 Nash & Lion-, —
Bkbo Clty..l'» 896 New L"r, S. 190 220
C& B C 0.. .144 IBS NY & H c&p.XOO —
Casada 50... ♦•«* "•"• NTB&MB pf. 110 120
Cala Ist pf..113 120 N V L«V..l9t 12S
do 2d pf...113 120 N T Mut Te1.. 102 —
Cay & Pu5.. .215 — Ninth Aye 100 17.'.
<: CrosstOTrn. 00 150 North Car 160 170
CPN&I: It 25 — North IX 'H)..1.".."> —
♦ "hat .v G . 100 "." I North (N r .r>.. 88 99
C & 10th -•- 75 93 North Perm.. .198 20>5
CiE I T cfs «i •« North w Tel... 108 116
do ctfs pf..H5 125 Nor * W pf. .^<wt —
CB&■ C pf-.135 14"» ' Old Colony . 195 200
rir«eM *• M.135 14" ( Obw^o & 8.. 21 1 * —
Cl«v« & P.. .174 !7« Pa- *At T. .. «7 73
.<■> s, ' Bet. 99 I'M iPat & H R...100 —
COl & X 201 2 ( >*> Pat & Ram... l —
Ccnc & m . .170 — r'cr.-ii x Valley.l3o 140
• 'one & P l"<) — p.r, & B VJT..183 100
C& P R pf..1?,5 I*s Phila G & N. 200 —
ronn River. .253 2«T. PR £ L E... 34 37
C P.y <t L.. . . 7."> 77 i do pref <W 74
do pref *> P"> PFt W & C..173 17$
• rC Of N.I. 7.> 7!> do special. ..1«« 175
Dayton &M. 75 83- ' r M -<■ & T..123 129
1> ißd 8rk.190 200 Prcv & Won. 270 2S.'.
Drt m 5... SS M" R«ne & sara...l»7 202
Kail Perm... 130 140 R4G Vy 11". —
Eishtb Aye.. 200 SSO Rome & c 140 150
Klmlra & W.lot» 120 R W& O 124 12S
do pref 142 152 Rut &. «"l\ 140 ISO
Erie &■ Km' .230 "*'• I Sara & gcb...lM 175
V.ri? & Pitts. 150 190 Second Aye... 15 99
Fitoh pr<"f..-130 US Aharon Ry 120 130
? W& .1 pf..133 145 Sixth A vo 110 i:*o
4_ Et&isSF.2OO — ?o lAt Tel.. 85 (C,
i ranklln ... 37 4." geathw of G..110 115
'', RR&-B CO.SS2 238 SI I* B Ist pf,l2."> —
G » PtK T...108 H«» do -J'i pref.. 55 65
Or niv Vy...l2rj I*9 St J& So 8.. M —
Hart &C W. -42 46 do prcf 103 113
Hereford 63 99 ' T & G n As.. 170 —
111 C L. L... :•>• 102 Tun of tit L.. .125 —
111 «: Miss T. 70 »• 23d St •-''JO 290
li;tsro<-can T. 05 105 UN .! RBeVC.aM 252
Jack -. & S. . rh — Upper C 005... 123 —
Joliet a.. Ch..170 177 I.' & B R1V...173 17S
X A & G R. 140 150 .fC &■ 6 V;. .148 154
KCHL&MpI-s 78 » U<: * B 75 88
KCKL&C pf 130 140 Vy of NT 125 135
]. 8A- M 50.300 S4O IVt i- ila»»...l«>> 161)
I. *; m R pf.lUO 17" Warren 17<» 177
1. -s R & C.US 120 v; Xa- R.. .110 150
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
<nepcrted by Clinton Gilbert, No. 2 Wall street.!
Bid. Asked. Bld.Aak-d.
Alltsaee Ry 115 120 ;i.a- t UT.W. 309
Am Surety. --' 236 L, coin . . . . 550 —
A«tor ... :*«0 *>») M L, A T.. 3'«> 310
Bmi kern- ... «m 71*» Manhattan . . 42ft —
•B & M G.. 270 2*» Mercantile .. 740 —
Broa-iv.ay . 14« If* I Metropolitan . 5.10 6.V)
Brooklyn ... 44.'» 455 Mtue Bond.. 110 115
« a-:;'(ti- ... 1.-". — Morton ... . 9TS —
Cm (> of /I 125 140 Mutual ..... ISO —
•• astral loir. — Met Alliance ISO 140
City Invest. 99 «; TTsssae . I*> 170
■1., pref. 30 1* - .Tat HurrtV . SIS —
Citizens" ... 144) -- ! N T I^I&T.IOOO 11 10
Columbia .. 825 332 I>; y Mi* * 8 225 SIB
wraith. !M> — NY Trust — «70
ComnicrrUl. 12« 130 People « . ... 286 300
Kniplic Tr. . 300 310 |q,, <- o Mir. . 110 —
Equitable .. &00 — #aeea9 C 0... 11714 122V4
FL. & T.... — 1«W Realty Aaao.. 133 137
: Fifth Are.. 425 **•> Ktandard . ... 400 —
! Flatl>u«h ... 20f» 22ii -rut- >; * r — 6*o
I^iikllti . 215 230 tlof y V.. lt»2», —
FJiton 290 — Tr Co of Am .TV* 300
Fidelity ...2«*> 210 rJaiea 1375 —
Guaranty . . l«0i> — \Vn stales... 1283
' Cuar'Jian .. 170 — l*t; B - ■( .. . 215 —
« Hamilton . . 2«0 270 CBM T.. 475 —
Home Trust 10« — CITGII, — «J0
Hud Realty. 199 110 Van Norden. 181 2^9
( Hudson l" ' — V.ashineton. . 360 370
Int Bk}r Cor ISO 140 We«tchesrer.. 130 —
Kins* C 0... SS» — |w*BT*M3«r. 17f>
■ 1 „;.-! 1 ■ X ** 3«0 i Windsor 133 140
• Law M:*.. 260 270
I 'Nctt.
, N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
Am L- i Tr.299 5» Mutual .199 160
a O x rt... \»H 108 i«N A G l»! «s. Wt>.s l-iOi*
•Tim* O 55.. 98 «* 'NY 4nR ss.l«> 10*
Huffalo Gas. 4 •» *io con 55.. OH OH
•C IJ G 88..101 Jf>2 Txt Jb V G... 9.) 95
C(J nj Be 02 91 *P C a 5«...i0a 1<»
Denver Gas. l 43 155 i tftaadard ... 40 60
,io Be.- '•♦* »• 1« r ' r «5 *»
lo d j 9*..M» — *-' •' Gas fin. 93 P3
1 «f> r Ist c »s.io:: 108 -stpn . m 9s. ms
: Imi <!*•• 5i.. -*" *» St P Gas 6a.. 8.1
ijicu <; •'»■ .99- as st f <:»» o».. s« ii W
»tr r- G 6«. .9* * s s >' ri * G l! * ft« I'M* 102%
•S(W) lsttls.lo3 *'* IBUi 1*5».. 63 73
~ *And lnt«r*»t.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bld.Aoked. Bid.Aikfl.
i BW!>tl F 53.. 30 93 { tOrh & M St. Bf
J «* «■ Ist •s..l<*l JO* do bonds. .? 70 _
i An enn B»-- 07 l'« Union Ferry.. 22 ?.•>
VT4B R. 30 34 do I*l 6«... SS 102
I "do *'- U. *J » J
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 101".
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
__ ' . :-j .;: New York. January 18. 1910.
W^eat, bush 23.200 Butter, pkgs. 8.737
Corn, bush 32. t-2r> Cheese Dkcs 2.709
Oats. bush 78.260 Eggs, 'raasa * S.BS4
Barley, bush i i.4" .; Drsd poultri'. Pkgs 8,072
Malt, bush 1U.."^ 141 Live poultr> ; . crates 301
Flour, bbls 10,7«5T> Cotton. bales M 5
Flour, sacks 33..192 Hemp, bales 715
Hops, bale- 104! Apples bhln ?,SIS
Hay. tons I.COO Apples! boxes i.«2Ti
Straw, ions 20 Cranberries, pkgs.. 35
Beans, sacks 1.200 Dried fruit, pkio. . 9.8 M
Whiskey, bbla.... 223 Dried prunes. pkg3 2.t> f >o
Cornmea!. bbls... 208 1 Lemons iCal). bxa. «75
Cormneal. sacks.. 2,40.>j Oranges (CeJ), >>xs 4. T00
Mtllfecd, tons 4S Oranges (Da), bxa. 8.575
Grease, bbls 10 Or. ions, bbls 423
Lard.- tierces 75 1 Potatoes, hblu 10.10.%
Lard, kegs 2.o»Ti' Peanuts sacks.... 100
Canned beef, cs.. l,<Mlißo»i:!. I .bis WO
Tallow, bbls 100! Rosin oil. bbls M
Pork, bbls ,185 Spirit* turp, bbls.. 878
Bacon, pkgs HO Tar. i.bis 115
meats, pkgs... M4!««fmr, sacks 30.275
Lub oil. bbls «45i Tobacco, pkgs 75
Cofseed oil. bbls. 1,2011 Wine (Can. bbls... 6,475
.Soap stork, hbln.. "i%:? Wine (CsJ), cases. 8.300
Oleo stork, tierces 165)
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bu«h... 47.810 Cottons'd oil. els 31,625
Parley, hush.. 30,1."-1 Lub oil, gals... 006.R00
Flour, bbl» ... in« Pork, hols 308
Flour, sacks... Ms! Beef, tierces 23
Grass seed, bgs l.lOOlßacon. 11) 1,667.125
Hay. balei, . 942 (Hams, rb 25.500
Oilcake, 1b..... 31VV600 I^rd. Ib 1,123.650
Refined pet .gls.l.Hftt. ;«Ji ease, tt) 60.000
Gasolene, gals. 373,000
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. Nor. No 1 I Cotton, middling 13.55
foundry $19 00 Coffee. No 7 Rio S"i
Iron. to. No 1. IS H7V4 ?ugar. granulated 6.15
Steel rails 28 00 ; Molaeses.OlC pm«» 40
Stand cop. »pot 13 SB ! B^ef. family $1*25
Tin 32 40 j Boef hams'. ... 25 00
Exchange lead. 470 Tallow, prime... B*4
Spelter »i 25 j Pork, mess Si 12H
•Wheat.No 2 red ISO Hogs. 4rsd. 18" Tb \2\k
•Com. No 2 mid 72 Lard. Mdle "West 12.55
Flour, Mpls pnts 375 1
•Nominal.
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York, January IS. 1910.
GRAIN— WHEAT—ActIve. with sentiment
again bearish and prices declined to n«fw low levels
tor th« present movem»Tit. losing about €c from
the recent high level. Cables were lower. Com
mission houses were heavy sellers early, but
after declining about l 3l 3 a bush, the market
recaine.l most of the. locs, but turned weak, and
closed at a net decline of [email protected]»r: a bush. The
Northwest reported a poor demand for flour at
lower prices, and ir.illlrtsr companies -were said
to be big neiiei-a In the Western markets. Brad
street'i visible showed a decreaso in the, United
States of 1.712.000 bush, and tb.e -world's visible
showed a decrease of 1.000 bush, against a
decrease a 'ear ago of 2,*82,000 bush. There
rvas some export buying at the decline, an*-! sales
w ere reported of 15 loads. No 2 red sold at 31 SO
elevator domestic and was quoted at $1 50 nomi
nal fob afloat; No I Northern Duluth. 91 22 1 a.
and No " hard winter. $1 23 nominal, fob
afloat CORN — Easier, closing- at a. net decline
of T^^lc a basil. Bradstreefs visible showed
an Increase of 541,000 bush, against a decrease
last year of 317.000. No 2 corn closed at 73 ! j0
elevator domestic, 74c delieverd and 72r? fob
afiout. nominal. OATS— Quiet early, but de,
ileveloped more activity, and prices declined 'nf?
•fee a bush. Bradstreefs visible showed a de
crease of 1.320,000, against a decrease last year
of 1.241.000. rash oats steady; mixed,- 26 to 32
Th. nominal; natural white, 28 to 82 lb. 53 l a©
f>5%C and clipped. 34 to 412 Yb. MtS'SSr. RYE—
Quiet; TCo 2 Western. SOM.c nominal, fob Now
Tork. — ■Nominal.
NEW TORK PRICES.
T«s!er-
Wheit: Open, Ilißh. Low. Close. day.
May $1 17 1 |1 17« $1 16% $1 l« i $1 17-,
July . ...1O8'» 1 08li 1 OS!* 108 Vi 109%
Com:
May 7*** 77 7«% ML 7«
July — — — 7<5H 77
Sept 7<r 3 7« 1 .4 78 V » 761* 76 i
Oats : m
May — — — 531 B3»i
CHICAGO PRICES.
Wl)eat :
May $1 oflu |1 10% $1 /»'<, ?1 09 f 1 10H
July ... 1 COS 101U 100 1 - lOO^i 101' i
September.. 98"* 07 067 i M»» 97 *
Corn:
May «R «S"« «7'i 97% «*
July fi"S >'<-'* »17' ii «7% (]>»
September.. »57 >» -;:"♦ 66"i €G!» 67%
Oats:
May 47", 4S 47*. 47 ! /4 48
July 1 44 131 3 44 l - 43 7 » 44 44%
September.. 4!Vs 41 ! - 41 -j 414 41 1 *
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
X\"aeat. Corn. Oats.
To-day 70« .no S4S.COO 471.000
Last week . 1,343.000 1,296. 000 «S»,COO
Last year - SIS.OOO Oil. 541,000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
Floor. Wheat. Corn.
To-day : 14.000 lm.ono 2,nnr>
Last week 19.000 i«h.ooi» SB.oo<l
Last year 36.000 75.0W 299,000
FLOUR AND MEAL— KLOUR— DuII, buy
ers hoidins off in expectation of lower prices
owin^ to the recent sharp decline in wheat.
CORNMEAL— Steady. Kiln dried. S.nOc BAG
MEAL— -white and yellow. Jl .~>s<?rsl 60:
coarse Western. $2s#s2S.'">o; standard middling,
S2S&S2B 25; flour do, $30 75: red do?. 531 289932;
city bran. $2fl !*> bulk, $2S 2S<&?2B 50 sack*; mid
dlins, 003ft31. red doff. $riL' so. hominy chop.
13799 bulk. J2S 70 sacks; oilmea!. $37 nominal.
COTTON* — The r.iarU-t was exctt-il from
the oper.ins. First prices were 1 1 29 point*
lower on th» active months in spit* of steady
cables, under overnight selling orders. During 1
the early trading baying of Liverpool and Con
tin»ntal houp<»s heip<vj to eustain prices, bat as
soon as the English market dosed and arbitrage
orders were withdrawn, the offerings her» were
nw>r» than the market could absorb, and Sttcb
efforts as were made to support prices resulted
In nothing more than tsllirhT rallies until March
toiirhe.i IS. :u<- and May 13.50 c. March doeed 1 at
13 84c and May at 13.75 c. Local contract prices:
festei
Open. High. Ist*. nose. day.
January ...19.93 i:t.f»l 13.43 ir..B3ein.«« i » <>-
February. ..13.75 13.78 13.75 1."!.."i8^1.'5.rt3 14.0fv
March . 14.<«» 14.00 13.34 13.845jr13.tt7 14.10
April 13.70 i::.71 13.70 13.70i513.71 14.10
May 14.0.'. 11.11 13.50 l.n.7H«ri .■?.«! 14.23
.Tune 14.07 1 1 «(7 13.K0 1?,.77'a 14.20
July m.v>7 14.13 i:?. 50 13.800t5.99 14.2."
August ....13.70 i:!.JU 13.30 1.T.5»6 13-tii 14.00
September. .12.50 J3.0« 12.68 12.784f12.50 13.00
October .12.60 12.7-1 12.50 1U.4««j:i:.48 12.«6
DeosMser. .12.35 12.50 12.30 IZMOIS.*O 12.5 C
Spot quiet and "5 points lower at tS.SS<9
for middling upland and 14.10 c for middling
Gulf. Sales^ 1.000 bales. Southern spot mar
kets: Savannah unchanged at 14*ic; sales. 9
balea: Norfolk steady. 1c lower at lie; sales,
111; Auxueta quiet. «ic lower « 14lic; sales,
200; Galvetton ii ii"haii(red at 15c; sales. 020;
New Orleans unchanged at 15c; sales. 1,872;
Memphis unchanged at i.".T»e: sales, 100;
Houston -weak, unchanged at 14V=c; sales. 407.
I^iverpool cables: Spot dull: sales. 9,000 bales;
speculation and export, "rtO . American. B. 000;
imports. 12,000: American. 7.000: middMns
upland. 7<!i'i. Futures opened steady, at 10
912 points decline; closed steady, !■'■-■.. it ](>■..
points lower. January and January-February,
7.."6 d; February- March. 7.37 %d; March-April.
7.ROd; Aprll-Mav. 7.41 d: May- June and June-
Jcly, 7.42'/«d; July-August, 7.41Hd; August -
September, 7. KM. fc'eptembcr-October, 6.79 ! , d;
October- November. ti.f.O '-d: November-Decem
ber ft.flSd; t>eceTnhe r 6.so'«>d.
COFFEE — Qul«t; sales. 8,398 bags. Pr!'-es
«t««dy, cloning unchanged from the previous
close." Havre closed unchanged, and Hamburg,
aft?r showios; a decline of S#% nit;, recovered
part of the. loss and closed at a net lifeline of
'i y's Spot quint but steady at B : 'ic for Rio
No 7. Local contract prices:
Tester-
Opening. HISII. Low. '■ see day
January .... — — — «.756>6.80 tv7.'.
February ... - — — 6.7R®«.fiO :.";
Man)) 6.H0 JV) 6SO «.7.*.^-»4.H(» «77.
♦ prii . — — — «.«<»««.«." H.SO
May ".....() S5 6.8 T. 6.85 «.SVS-<?.00 8.5."
June .... — — — (■,!«>•<.«.!»,-, «.0O
July 6.05 896 6.96 *.»5i57.00 «;.!»."
August .. — — 6.9567.00 «.9.";
September . .8.0.". 6.85 6.05 «.0.-.4i7.00 6.95
October — — — a.A507.0D fi.os
November . . — — — a.fl9#7.«Q 6.95
December ...6.35 «.93 *.3 ' 9.9997.00 6.95
PROVISIONS — Easier. and prices lower.
l!n; receipts were more liberal, and the mar
ket appeared to feel the. general bcarishn*"HF.
PORK — Sternly; mew. f24&524 v.-, : family. $20
WS2»j 50: abort clear, $25 {ft -7 50 BEEF
Mesa. $nr>o^9l2 50; family. 9160 516 60:
n«<-ke.t Sl2'// $12 50; extra India nic«. $24 ,10
'dflT*. BEEP" HAMS— $24 52&
DRKKSKD KOOS — Steady; b»c«n«. 11 7»'-:7 »'-:
ISO lb. 1I 7 «c. 1H» lb. 12% c; no 11., 12Vkc;
pigs t2*ic. CUT — Pickled bellies
steady: smoking. l"',ic; 10 lb, 18c; 13 Ib. 18c:
14 lb. 13c; pickled hams. 13Ufrl4<\ TALLOW
— Firm: city «a;c. country, ti!-®7r. LARD—
Easy: middle West 12.S0i$12.9<»<': rlty barely
■te-adv; fi>l2?;r: r«>nn<"d steady; South
Arne-ica 11.25 c: Continent. 1 '.We ; Brazil
keen 15.23 c COMPOUND — Barely "toady:
to:,. HTSAJtTNE- Steady, . Oleo, 17c; city
lard. 13 %c
— COPPER — Standard »'*»*■ spot
mid JanuH closing h' 18.12' 1 .:.:'."■ .>.• ,
February and March. 1«.12V4#15.25f. London
steady, spot. 90 ,'in O'i ; futures, t^i 2s Ba.
Local dealers quote Jake rapper at 13.7B0le«
electrolytic .it lti.SOff 1X750. and casrinijr at
1325-5 1 3 .;■•...■ TIN — Steady: spot. "\1 :5" 9
32.6kc: January. 32.35 • 32. February,
»2.*»«i.12.40r; March. r>2.20©:52.4r.c; April.
;i'_'-.. 'a .1 • ijoc" London steady: spot, rice 12«
M: fijturen. £148 2« Hri\ LEAD— Qul^t; spot.
4.'}7i 3 (U 4.72 I »c Nan- Tork; e.M#4.*9o Ea«t
Ft. Louis. London lower nt 111 ]'•!<■ «<i. SPEL
TER Quiet, spot, «.20Q«..!fi.- Jew York: «ft
'".".• East si Louts. London declined to £23
<".». [BON «a« hUher at E>«" l©Hd for Cieve-
Und warrants In London. l.ocaliv no ch * K'*
No 1 foundry Northern. 818 75« $1» 2.w: No .'.
918909919 No ! Southern »nd No I foundry
Southern .oft. $1 30-» 1 19 25. Tig iron err
tlhruten unc:liang*d. „_._.
Oil,— No change In linseed "II Itefined pc-
I troteum In seasonable demand and steady.
T'KTltOLEUM— S'.indard white, Mis. T.OOo:
Lulk, 4|i,. rennefl, rases, i'».!«>-- water white
U.ls. 9'4Or': bulU. •"•■•"'• r»j,fß. ".so,-, UN;
REBD ..n. American »eed. city raw. , , '*
7fce; r, 1 ,,.,,f.|«i« n raw. 70W< ; Calcutta raw,
$!»''. LARI» OIL. SI If*- „„., „ • .
MOLAMcV AND ItliPS — Badness •ynod
eriite- n »-iii at full but unc]jj.riieefi values.
XAVAI r»TORKS — Spirits turpentine »te«dy
bera slid nt iavanßen; prlret without im
portant chansre. nn*in liru,!, held at un-
Lhantred in llos Tar **eadj uk I <?«» quoted
RICK— ates^T '" firm basis, "I'll fairly
aiti\«j Hemiiri'l.
■>M,Mt Refined uncha Fine granu
laied 5 or, net. '•«" 1 p»i -n. Caen - Hie
London market for ■•«"* S ar was *»;i
I ii. W cr -„ M»y. nllt otherwise ur!chiin(r<»<l. wltn
! -January and February -iu.it^d at 13s »nd
May ,• r.s ISd. T T aW he " Ht '^ nor
n quoted for February and March: cen
'r'fiiyal. 4. Mr: niueco^ado, 384<:, and raolanses.
Z-ZUr.
1 ITfajVf9J99J OIL— I rices declined, olo«
ir.sr at a n<»t \osn of 2 to 23 points; sales, 24,200
barrels. Local contract prices:
, Yestrr-
Op>n High. Low. Clo»3. day.
■pat — — *— «.w>er.t« 7i«
January ... 7.0'» 7.0*! 7. OS «.OS«R.ni» 7.1«
February.. «.!»» «•»» «•»» 6.85©«.5>» 7.17
March *T.IS 7.13 7.00 7.05A7.04 7.18
.April — — — 7.04g<9.07 71S
May T.IS 7.1» 7.07 7.0<5®7.07 I.»
July 7.25 7.2H 7.1." 7.13®7.1R 7.31
September . 7.08 7.08 7.08 7Wfi7.1l 7.15
October ... 6.55) &50 6.51) 6.51*5660 6.54
HIDES — Firm, with i?ood demand. F^npl*
who control first hand supplies ask full present,
and In some cusps hislier pric 1 !".
LE.UHEKS — Steady and liberal demand at
full Kits Tanners not disposed to mako, lons
term commitments.
DRUGS — Essential oils and roots steady but
quiet and without important change in quoted
values.
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
For the -vreelt ended Tuesday. January 18. 1010.
BEANS AND PEAS — Receipts for th« week.
8.054 bags b^ana and 1.123 peas; Imports. 60 .
bass beans and 543 peas. The market has shown
an advancing tendency all the Tnlr Demand
has continued moderate, but a little more busi
ness has been accomplished at the ris<\ At the
close choice pea. and medium are having sales at
$2 35, and a few finest marrow have reached $•?•
Export orders for red kidney have come slowly,
but th« market has responded to firm interior
advices and at the cdosa |2 92>*©*2 'Jo tor the
choicest lots represents holders' views ,-renprally.
White kidney scarce. Yellow eye quiet, but in
small supply. California lima moving moder
ately, generally at 52 »:!H'3 I s 2 So. Scotch peas
have gained about 2Vic. BEANS, marrow, choice,
bush. ?2 [email protected]; medium and pea, S2S2*2®s- 35;
white kidney. $3 25®53 30; red kidney. %2 SW'S'
$2 05; yellow eye, 53 25; Mack turtle soup. $2 [email protected]
$3; lima. California. $2 PO<iis:i»s; PEAS. Scotch,
bags, bush. $2 27^^*2 30
BUTTER— Receipts* for the week. 23,558
pkz3; last week. 27,311 pkj?s; exports to tropical
countries. ST. pkgs. General market quiet, and
larger receipts have made It impossible to effect
a clearance, especially of medium to cholc-s
creamery, the larger part of current arrivals.
Fancy fresh has held fairly steady throueh
scarcity, but closer discrimination of quality ha*
thrown a good many marks into second and
third grades, so that stock worth, say. 32tj350. is
plentiful and hard to move. Buyers find among
the held creamery better value for leas money.
Storage creamery ranges at 32©33 l -i's for choice
m fancy, -with some Jobbing sales up to 34-".
Process moved up Vac, but since then has ruled
qui»t. Not much doing In factory. Buyers have
wanted more parking stock than was available,
and values ar« firm at the advance. Creamery
specials. Ib. 86c; extras, 35;. firsts. 32'.aS34>':
seconds. SOfg 32c: third?. 29-:; cream»ry. held,
specials. 83#p4c; extras, 32©32>-c; firsts. ,i\&
Sl'i:. secontlß. £9f3(*s; state dairy tubs, tinest.
BSc; good t» prim", SOCSlir, common to fair. [email protected]
29c; process specials, aJHc: extras, 2SVsS'2?*:;
firsts, 27©27?ic; seconds. [email protected]; Western imita
tion creamery, firsts. 26S2Se; factory, firsts. -■" .
seconds. 24©24^sc; thirds, 22523 c; packing stock.
No 1. 25c. No 2. 24®2-tiic; No 3, 21523 c.
CHEESE — Receipts for the week, 5.777
box»s. No export*. Market favorable for fancy
grades of fall made lull cream. Satisfactaory
movement considering the high prices ruling.
Stocks of fancy grades ar« light, not only her*,
but at all distributing points: holders are flrni.
Foma refusing to offer . especially attractive high
grade flats below 17 Vie. and report some business
on that basis. Under grades of full cream have
had fair attention and winter made, though
showing poor quality, ha* worked down in stock,
end Is held about '41"4 1 " higher than last week.
Fancy skims in moderate supply, and with a fair
demand prices are firmly sustained, with «onw
holding above present top quotations. Winter
made in considerable accumulation, very •low
sale, and few holders would hesitate to offer
liberal concessions to move any quantity. State,
full cream, specials. 17H$lSc; September, farcy,
IT fee; October, best. 16^'-: winter made. best.
1">H".; common to fair. lS^iSflS'ic; skims. 14
lt>. fall mad*, specials, 14V»c; winter made. best.
12©12^tc; fair to good, 10311 c; common. 7-3O!«c;
full skims, [email protected]^b<-.
tjQO» — Receipts for tli» week, 20,954
ca»«s. Desirable fresh eggs hold firm under very
light receipts, but dealers are generally able to
supply their small wants at unchanged pries.
Storage have had a pretty good movement, and
are held steady in the better grades, but there
Is a freer offering of secondary qualities, -which
rule slightly in buyers' favor. State. Pennsyl
vania and nearby, hennery white, fancy. [email protected];
email. 43©4« c; gathered, 48#46c; hennery brown,
fancy, 48c; gathered. t0941c; fresh gathered
extras. [email protected] l 4«c; extra, firsts. 42c; firsts, 40Q41c;
lower .grades, ;:o®^Jßc; refrigerator, fancy, 88c;
firsts, 27©37% c; seconds. 25l=#2Sc; thirds. 24fij)
25c: poor, 22.tJ2T.e: dirties. No 1. 23c; under
sxadea. [email protected]; checks. 17<320c; limed, choice,
24 a sc.
FRUITS — — Receipts far th» week,
11.138 cases evaporated apples and 22.030 pkgs
other dried fruits: experts. 4. .ISO pkgs dried
fruits. Market easier on spot evaporated apples,
with little demand and few important transac
tions. APPLES, evaporated, fancy. Ib, 10%@
lie; choice. figS'.ic: prime. T 1 » f S''"'n'-: Canadian,
prime, 6?*@7c; common to fair (>[email protected]*»c: old. 1^
6Vic: sun dried, Canadian. B>>jio6%c; Southern,
6449i%c; Pennsylvania. tiSti^c; cores and skins,
100 B>, $1 [email protected]$T 75; chopped, .51 7r>«rsl 9<>: CHER
RIES. It). [email protected]: RASPBE2IRIKri, evaporated,
21 £2 •-.. BLACKEERRrES. «'.*97 c: HUCKLE
BERRIES. 13«15c; APRICOTS. California.
Moorparlc. 12f>12Hc; Royal, HS'll^bc: PEACHES,
peeled. lSO20e; unpeeled. «©«c; PRUNS3. S®
7MsC FRESH— Receipts for tho week. 36.754
bbls apples. &H bbls and 1.39.1 crates cranber
ries. Apples have arrived freely, and market
closed 'Sir. lower on most kinds. Cranberries
steady, but demand shows no improvement.
Strawberries Increasing In supply, with light de
mand at lower prices. Oranges arrive freely and
»"H slowly, prices favoring buyers. Tangerines
and mandarins steads'; Grapefruit firm. Pine
apples dull and wreak. APPLES, table sorts,
bbl. 92 [email protected]$4 50; Greening. $'J C"i'B?J; No - and
common, all kinds, $1 25gr$2: Far "Western.
bases. $1 r.<>*?.l .iO: <7RANBERRTES. Cap« Cod.
late. bbl. 53*"<vg»fi; Early Black. ?4'a-?.">; Jersey.
SSSOOS4SO: STRAWBERRIES, Florida, quart,
tOOtiOc; ORANGES. Pineapple, box. $1 *o«ts3 F«;
other Florida, 510*3; Porto Rico. 60c&S2 25;
California, $1 25553: Arizona, half box. *1 2. >«
S--V7O; TANGERINES. Florida, strap. ?15o«*n.
Porto Rico. [email protected]: Cuban. 75<~<f*135. MAX
DARIN'S. Florida, strap. SI 60#«2 2r>: GRAPE
FRUIT, box. SI2S9S4; Cuban. 7Sc$|ST5: Porto
Klco. J5c«t275; Nassau. $16S-5»2 37: PINEAP
PLES. Florida, crate. TOc®sl 75; Cuba. [email protected]
$1 75: Portn Rico. 75c®$1 50.
— Receipts for the we«k. LOW bales:
exports. !*7R bales. Market In arm shape, with
more activity on the Pacific. Coast. Several
thousand bales have been sold in Oregon f^r ex
port at 20022r. fend holders are much firmer In
thfir views. In Sonoma a few sales bare b<*en
made at 21c, the lowest price in that section for
some tim«. Washington markets are held firmly,
with stocks in growers hands limited. In New
York State th«*r« has been rather more demand,
with sales of 200 lia.!es in Otsegr> County at ."fvg
"<•' ■ and *<«v?ral hundred bales in Ouelda and
Madison counties at 27^3<»c. but movement was
quiet in other sections of th» state. In th» local
market there is little activity, but a firm under
tone, and more business with brewers. State,
1909. prime to choice, 3C(834c; medium to good,
81®32c; Pacific Coast, 1609. prime to choice. 24®
25c; medium to good 21938 c; state, ISOB, prime
to choice, and 1807, nominal: Pacific Coast,
ltt& prime to choir-, ISOSOc; 1007, 13®15c; tßOfj,
B01sc: German. IJW>9. «s<B)72c.
HAY AND STRAW — Feeling continues firm,
though trade is quiet, owing to the difficulty
In moving stock. Receipts light and prices
firmly held. WAY — Timothy, primo. larg«
bales, 100 lh. 5115: No a to No l. .Slig$110:
ihipping, !>.".c; pn<*klntr. 60 ,?r,;,r clever and
clover mixed. SOcSJil 05. STRAW 1 — rye.
[email protected],Br>c; short and tangled rye, 60c; oat and
whi»nt. r.o<-.
rOCXTUY — ALIVE — for the week,
37 cars by freight and about 8 car* by ex
press. lii£h prices materially curtailed the
demand, and with supplies somewhat lar«rr-r
than expected It was Impossible to dean up.
and jobbers carried over about •> car*. Tills
week opened with advices of somewhat larger
consignments, but so far stock, has coma for
ward slowly. The f*»pllnjr is unsettlej. and
outlook uncertain. DREPPED — for
the w«"»k, 80,7*4 pkgs Invoices continue ex
ceedingly small. Strong Western advices and
many lota coming under limits have caused a
strong ffoldtng here, and higher prices" ir«
asked on chickens and fowls, but demand has
been slow, and arrivals have been more than
ample for requirements. Few fresh killed
turkey* arriving, but little demand excepting
for occasional lots of selected young torn*.
Holders firm. Fairly liberal quantities of tur
keys are In the freezer* here, but little if an"
disposition to take such stock out as yet.
Capons In moderate supply and liHd firmly.
Ducks not plenty and firm. Gees- continue
slow and tone «asy. Squaba in mod-rate sun
ply and firm. Dry packer!: TURKEYS. Mary
land. Jersey, etc, selected. 23 28 c; atata and
Pennsylvania. 24923 c; nearby, 2'J!&'23e; West
ern, scalded. SSOS4C; Western, dry picked.
■elected, young toms, 84#3Sc; young hens,
24c; young hens and toms. 24c; lair to »coorl,
22023 c; old torn*. 2!'': Southern, dry picked,
22H9230-; «cald»d. 2"it"Zl>-: capons. TTillade!
phia. 20O30e: Ohio 22e)2Sc: .other Westsrn,
I S Hi 2."c ; "broilers. Philadelphia, fancy s<mat>,
pair. 73^?^Oc: fancy, 4 Ib to r>Mir and under, Ib.
2R<».'»Oc; Pennsylvania, 24#3C0; Western, dry
pi< k«d. milk fed. fancy, frown. Mo; fresh,
244>2Rc; corn fed. fancy, frozen. «.">c : fresh,
10$Sle; Michigan. scaldwd. m(32oc: other
Western, l«es2oe: CHICKENS, rousting. Phll
ad<»!phiii fancy, 9 Ib »n«1 ov»r to pair. Ib. 21
«/.27c: Pennsylvania. R Ib. 31#2Se; Western,
dry puked, milk f<*<l. 22'S'23e: corn fed, m*?
inuc: Ohio nnd Michigan. lfi^lOUr: other
W<'sf>m. 18919 c: flo mixed weights. rhi!nd»l
pbia, 28c; Pennsylvania. 15019 c; Western,
milk fed. dry picked. l^'-ic: rom fed, ITc;
i>^ald-d. lfi^c: Ohio and Michigan, scalded.
li^» l S ! 17c; other. 150 1C>: FOWLS. Western,
boxcH. «0 Ib and ever, desea, ISc; 4S Ib. I7^c:
"<i to 42 lb. 35>»'3'l<P.i<;: Western, barrels, dry
picked, heavy. ITe: ">n»ll. ir.Cil'" ■ Ohio and
Michigan, scalded, lite: other Western. 14 tf
304 c: Or.D COCKS, 13 V; DUCKS. Maryland.
jerser, etc, 804931 c: Ohio and Michigan. 199
2<i<;; Western. l.VixlO--. OEESE. Eastern, white.
20c; dark. !#.olSe: Man-land. Jersey, etc, 14<9
Lie; iieeilt* I2<BlSc; Wiseeosin, stuffed, 16<';
Western. 100 13e: BQUABB prime, lars".
white dosen. t^ 7f.lrss r"»"r dark. $1 99 culH.
r»oW7."i'-. GUINEAS', spring, .". lb and over,
pair. 91. »
— Rabblhi have. b»en in fair demand
and prime \r*t* have ruled a. shade higher.
.TaeVrai-.wts slow. Wild dtieka about stead y
RABBITS, fresh, 'pair. 14ff2O C ; JACKRAB
BIT?*. r.0^00.-; WILD DTJCKH. canvas, pair,
f2 50 i g>s3: rod^ead. «l f.0852; mallards $1 2.*»;
ruddy. « SI: teal, bluewing, 7Scffsl;
gr»en MIB ftOwi I-""
•POTATOEM AND M:t.I.T.\BUS--
for th« weak, 44.7r.0 bbla potatoes and 0..137
bills onions; imports, 930 bbls i">taf.,«» nnd
"40 crates onions. Potatooji meeting a fair
outlet at Bt««'J3 - prices when free from frost,
but most arrivals lack quality and »»u alowly
at Irresular fnures. B»»rmurla polatora held
Fteiuiy, but «l«mand light. :■!«(••■' potatoes
il ruff ring Onions dosing weak and lower
Arti>*hol»** hleher. CaoJiriowera in liberal
supply Mml ■".lUiib well. N«w beet* and eST
rots hisve fair stteatlon, tfiou«li latter hitfh.r
1,, price. ''»!iki«>s nrm. relery ««-llinK Well
KffßPlants firmer. Kale and spinach more
plenty and lower lettuce, arriving: freely with
wide range in n unlit and vulue. paitg "scun »
mid higher. Peppem m. ady. Parsley firm.
Hiring: beans In moderate «iipi.| v and high
gquash highrr. Turnip., M( »arlv. Tomatoes
moving slowly POTaTOICH. Bermuda, sec
ond crop, bbl, M«t3; Maim in bulk. ISO Ib,
51 T59f2; baw. $1 6«'#si lr, ; , „,, island, bbi
or hM 7..^*2 23: .1"i". 1 "i" '""' Western. In
hulk I*"' 1 '- «» •'•«<»» i« < »»i .". has. »l.v«sl.io
Western. Wlb be*, »1 uo«fi 95; Jerssi bbi
or bag. fl ns«sl To; fr.<»t».l -tocll butt TS«fl
HZ*. BWTB«T PoVaTOKs, JeriVy .bbi. $1 ft
•93 lU>; basket «f«f>«l IB; ARTICHOKES
California < I 1 . * 1 **» 1 « anihe. New ..,
lean.*, bM. 9-tt*- in hi i sski h M'ii">i T'
quart fl£10c; Wmm. Charleston. 100
bunchf* 836 $»: N>« Orleans, $_•"''• a s 3 00;
Bermuda, crate. $IJO®sl CO: CARROTB, ton,
11-'trSi'. bbl or bag, |[email protected] r .: Charleston.
100 bunches. Si £1150; New Orleans. $-'?»
82 CO; Bermuda, crat*. 7ScJJI 2.>; CAB
BAGES, state. Danish, ion, [email protected]: domes
tic, [email protected]<>: 100. $4«rfS: bbl. $1 50«$? ...;
red. ton. J-'u*:^. bbl, SI 75®52; CL'CtTM
BERS, Florida, basket. 9135693 25: CEL
ERY, state and Jersey, case, »U«-' Cali
fornia. $4g'#4 9O: Florida, crate. 52 a -V- 37:
case, $1 2"[email protected]?1 7."; CAULIFLOWERS. Long
Island, bbl. $T»rf.V Florida, basket. tl §
$1 7.". flat cose. $1 [email protected]$1 - r »0; California, case.
$1 35#93 half cn.se. »«••>s!; CHICORY, New
Orleans bbl. ?1 ;.•><:s• 50; ESCAROLE.. New
Orleans, $1 I s 4. EGGPLANTS. Florida, box.
$las 3; Cuban. Sl®s»: HORSERADISH. We
lb bbl. S4 [email protected]?4 7." . KALE, Norfolk, bbl. 40^
3"c: KOHLRABI. New Orleans. $2©s3: LET
TUCE. Charloston. basket. $:■■*: 73: Florida.
bask« or bos. 51053: New Orleans, bbl. 9389
993 30: LEEKS. New Orleans. 100 bunches.
$2 00O|3: ONIONS. Cuban, crate, $2 23; small
whh*> pickle. 23 f 30c: state and Western,
wh.te, 99e9>tr; basket. 75c0$X2S; yellow.
baif, |13&0k3; red. $1 ©91 73: Orang >
County, yellow, bag. $1 [email protected]$1 S7; red* $1 25eJ
51 75: Connecticut Valley, yellow, bag. 51 23W
$fcflO; OKRA. Florida, carrier, $3S$3: Cuban.
?3g!s6; PEAS. Florida, basket. $4©sl2: PEP
PERS, large bos. $2 r.o©s3; carrier or basket.
lU'nfS:: Cuban, carrier. $10*1 73: PAK
SNIPS, bbl, $l«$l Gi); PARSLEY. N«*v Or
leans, curly. so®s6: plain. SS'fctiSP: Bermuda,
ora'e. $2®s2 25. ROMAINE. Florida, basket.
$1-Ji?s2: Bermuda, crat-». 919)92; RADISHES.
Norfolk, basket. $1 75 <H %Z\ SHALLOTS, New
Orleans, bbi, *1 60&52; STRING BEANS.
Florida, fancy, win. basket S3 SOS' 94: green.
S4*S". poor to good. $150«$r>: SPINACH.
Norfolk, bbl. $1 [email protected]$1 75; SQUASH. $1 Wit
*2 50: Florida, white, box. ll^tl 60; Cuban.
$1; TURNIPS', rutabaga, bbl. W>[email protected]; TOMA
TOES, Florida, carrier. $t©s2 50: Cuban. 51©
$1 79: WATERCRESS. 100 bunches. [email protected]
HOXT2Y — Clover extracted done for the sea
eon: corr.b almost over. Buckwheat comb in
only light r°ma)r.lrg stock. California extracted
firm. Clover, comb. Ib. [email protected]; extracted. !*(9
*%c; buckwheat comb. lflwllc; California, cx
trsct-d. WMej Southern, gallon. 669750.
BEESWAX— Supplies scare* and market
firm at 2S«r2o'ic per IT> for foreign and GO®
isOVtc for domestic: outstda figures extreme.
MAPLE !"I<>AR — Market quiet, and weak on
both sugar and syrup: former gcinsr out maimy
at OiglOc a It), and latter at 70<§50c a gallon, out
side figure only for exceptionally fancy quality.
NUTS— Hickory nuts stead/. Peanuts
steady, especially Spanish shelled, which are
In light supply and flnn. PEANUTS. Virginia,
hand ricked. Jumbo, tb. 7c; fancy. sVic; extra.
4'*c: shelled. 6*[email protected]: Virginia, shelled. No 1.
r.'-^V-*.-; No 2. 3&9j4«: Spanieh. No 1. 7**©
8--- No 2. W'Btihc. PECANS. Texas, ungraded.
Ib. He. HICKORY NUTS, bushel. 51 "•£§&-•>■
mTLXJSTJTS. 75cg$l. BLACK WALNUTS, 10©
«JOc. EUTTir.PNVT-. 23©30 c
FURS A>D SKEW*— continue ver/
high, espsclally on th« small flat furs. Results
of the January I*ondon auction sales will b»
announced nest wefli. "
Northwestern Southern ar.S
No. I quality. end Eastern. Southwestern
Black bear $18 0H&920 00 SIS 00&$ iS 00
Cubs aud yearlings . [email protected] 00 6 00« 80«
Badger 1 50© 250 1 25# 200
Otter 15 [email protected] 12 00© 20 00
Beaver, large '< 00« 800 ♦> 00© 700
do medium 5 00* «00 4 00« 900
do small 3003 400 2 60& 300
Fox. cross . 7t0§14 0O — © —
do red 4 [email protected] •» fVO R501? 4W
do gray la® 150 1 lO© 1 2."
Fisher 8 00® 13 00 - it —
Wolf, prairie 3 00® 400 150© 2 .VI
do timber 4 000 sno .*. 00© 400
Wolverine . 5 009) 900 4 00® 700
Lynx 22<X>3 29 «0 — U —
Lynx IMO 300 77.1» 150
Wildcat 1 50« 300 75«? 1 -V»
Civet cat 4O'» SO 3.V^ 40
House cat. black 254» 30 — 9 25
colored 10& — — 10
Marten, dark 12 00(5 23 00 — @ —
do pa!» 4*O# 6V) —«6 —
Skunk, black S »io# 400 8 OOi^ 360
do half striped .... - 4i>® 275 1 [email protected] 240
do srriped 1 35<» 149 1 10#» 12.*
do *-hite .''O-a* 75 t«© 60
Raccoon 150® 250 1 2S# I*>
do extra, black 2WO 3P<> 2 oo« •2 .W
Opossum, large 80® **> 70® 75.
do medium 45® 50 40® 45
do small Cs«> 89 *-*'>» 9
Mink 6 no-8 800 4 r*v» 6no
Muskxat. winter, large (ttg; "•'» 50® gTi
do fall ■**& 43 sfi^ 4U
do medium 3*?g> -*o 34® 37
do small [email protected] SO 2+9 2^
do kits 10© 15 10® 12
.do winter black «0® 73 600 «•">
do fall black f>O<a» X* 4o<S 5«
do kits, black. . 13^> 25 13® 20
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
New York. January IS. 1310.
BEEVES Receipts. 30% cars, or G37 head.
including 2 cars for market. Feeling weak for
steers: steady for bulls and cows. A car of thia
cows changed hands and 1 car was held over.
Dressed beef steady, with fair 31 * 111
Andrew Mullen: 13 cows, 783 It), $3 50;
14, 7W> Ib. ?.". 40: 3 783 !t>. $2 75.
CALVES — Receipts, 573. including 424 for
butchers and 133 for market. Prices steady to
strong, and offerings all went to the scales.
Common to choice veals sold at [email protected] 25 per 100
Tt>; culls. $5; barnyard calves. $4®*!S: Westerns,
*".. Dressed calves firm at 106 Itsc for city, JHJ
II 1!'1 !'- for country, SQ-lOc for barnyard and Jed
calves. ,
Sales — Tobin £ Shannon: 2« veala. 146 Tit
average 5U 25 per 100 Ib; 15, 133 tt>. $10 50; 1.
110 Ib, at J7. —
Andrew Mullen: 7 veals, 104 Ib, SO 23; 2 rtflJs.
&'• Tb, $5; I barnNard calf. 210 Tb. $•: 4, 267 Vj.
$4 75; 2. 170 V>. 54: 1 rearllnat, 3!>o lb, <i
P. Judd *■ Co.: 62 Western calves. 357 ft «6.
Newton & Co. : S Ohio veals, 160 n?. $10 50.
SHEEr AND LAMBS — Receipt?. 12H ears,
or 2.7C8 head, incloding 1 11 cars fer slaughter
and l\i for marliet. making 3Vs cars on sale.
Sheep steady, lambs slow to a shad* lower; 1
car held over. Common to prim* sheep s-?H nt
$4 23^53 75 o«r 100 tt>: culls. $3®»:< 50; fair to
prime lambs. 9»«.'Us9 23: culls. $7. Dressed
mutton/steady: 01?llc per th: dressed fcambs eaey;
I^^jSJlSc, with: a few hog-dressed selling at
10 : ••"; country dressed _ hothouse lambs, $33511
per carcass.
Sales — Ne-trton * Co.: 182 Ohio lambs. 71 Tb
average. JO per IHO n>. 214. «st> t). |56?.: 17 Ohio
sheep, 105 IT*. 55; 2 bucks. 130 t. $4 25: 7 culls.
73 rt>. $3.
Tnbin & Shannon: 16 state lambs. 77 th. $!>23;
21 culls. 50 Tt) *7. 00 state sheep. 106 Tb. $5 73;
5, 122 If. 9*2»: 4 trulls. 90 It>, $3 50.
— Receipts, 27 cars, or s.l*t> head, in
cluding barely half a car for the market. Prices
lOc lower Good medium state hoss seM at $0 <>.-.
per I'»> Tb; country dressed hogs steady; 10^s®
12c; light pies. 12',:c per It).
Pales — Tobin & Shannon: 40 state hogs. 134
Ib average. 5305 per 100 Ib: 1 rough. 280 tt).
$8 05; 1 atac. 350 Tt>. $2 75: (late yesterday^ 10
state hogs. 242 Tb, $3 15; '- roughs, 330 Tb. SS 15.
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago, Jan. 18. — CATTXJ5 — 5,000;
ctcady- steers, $3f??S 10; cows, f3 6«>g53-5O: heif
ers. $3 40*r$«; bulK S4ASSIS; calves. «3?3 75:
stockers and feeders, S3 [email protected]|5 50. HOGSRe
ceipts, 21.<»)0: uteady to 5c blkher: choice heavy,
75ffi'$8 90; but -hers, $8 7O®|S 85: light mixed.
>- 4O'ch*S HO; choice light, S8 56® $8 70; inking.
|iS6OS?S7S; pigs. S7 «[email protected]§B 35; bulk of sales,
5* «ogs* B<>. SHEEP— Reeefots. 13.000; steady;
sheep. sr>^s6Co; lambs, 57 40<5i**> To . yearlings.
$4 25®W 23.
Kansas City. Jan. 13.— CATTLE Receipts,
lo,oo<>, choice steers strong; others steady; choice
export and dressed beef steers. $6*5 57 IS; fair to
good, *4lXJi?s6; Western steers. $4T>OliSa2s;
Stodiers and feeders. $3 50©f5 2T«: Southern
steers. S4 29Q98; irtouthern cows. $2 75094 50:
rative row*. $2 -iOfrss 25: native heifers. S3 [email protected]
$H; bulls. S3 755?5; calves, $4#S» M. HOliS—
Receipts, lO.OOi); r.tfloo higher: top. $S 75; bullc
of safes $8 .".OS SB 65: heavy. $$ 60*if$S 73; pack
ers and butchers. $S st*9sß 70; light. IS -0$
. c s:.^ : ■•: piss. 97957 00. SHEEP— Receipts, 10.
000; steady: lambs. $8 2Mr*« HO; yearling?. $7 25
«$7T.".: Wethers $5 25*96 25; ewes, -53 0 55 73;
sto*-kera and lers. $3 506*5 50.
Cincinnati. Jan. IS. — CATTLE— Receipts, SO2;
steady and quiet: fair to pood shippers. $1 V s<ij
$.1 00; common. 9309*. HOGS — Receipts, 2.503:
strong, .'.■ higher; butchers and shippers. SS 53.-^
9K90 common. ru>n 40. SHEEP — B
IOC steady, 52 75#$ii. LAMBS — Steady, $4 75®
5575.
&rt Buffalo. Jan. IS— CATTLE — Recfipt".
200; fairly arrive and steady; prime steers. $tJ 63
(5*7. VEALS— Receipts, 108; active and steady.
HO'JS Receipts. 2.500: fairly active and stead;,
to , r >.« lower- heavy. ?R !>[email protected]: Yorkers and oiir*.
$SOO<Sst»: stasjs, ?7«57 50. fHEKP AND UMBS
— Rcccipta. 5.900: Bheep active and Bteady; lambs
slow and 10c lower: lambs «T. 25(g$S 70.
Pittsbursr. Jan. — CATTLE — Suppiv light;
.•none. $ti75(&?7; prime. S3 4O4jstJ 65. SHEEP—
Supply light; prime, wethers, $6'&5«25; culls and
common. $2«?53 30; lambs. 9«<BSB. VEAL
CALVES. $t*st*aslo. HOGS — Receipts light;
prime heavies. 506-59 03: mediums. 9996: heavy
Yorkers, <8 90-hS)-. 95; 11-*fht Yorkers. $8 83^5300;
p!g!>. MYr(Sfi> S3 ; roughs. $7 50:f7 >>.
BOSTON WOOL SALES.
Boston. Jan. Sulassa continues tii« feature
of the market. There Is some movement In ene
quarter blood Ohio and territory wools, both
staple and clothing selling from da- to day in
limited" quantities. Domestic quotations: Ohio
anil Pennsylvania. Ce«ce»: No 1 washed, 4OSr4lc;
delaine washed, ;s{i*b<4<i.:. XX. S7c; fine unmer
chantable. 31c; one-half blood combing-. 36<g37c;
three eil*hthe. ."«<g37c: one-quarter, 9Be; on»
liiilf. elchthn and one-quarter clothing. 28
>}.'to<;; il-laiti*- unwashed. 31' c; fine unwashed. 27
•n'l-" Michi-pin. Wisconsin and New York —
Fine unwashed. 254j2tk:: delaine. i;»a2c; one
half blood. SSB3Sc. Kentucky. Indiana au,{ Mis
souri — Three-eighths blooA. ~4'-; <- t .e quarter. 82
<&:;:;c. Scoured values: Teias Fine l"i months,
7:;d;;.i * v, « monthn. •W»^j-70c: fa!! tilVg^i^.
California— Northern. «6'an.S.- middlx county. «3
«M,.V: fall, free, s'vcf.l2o. Orecon — Eastern. No I
staple. 7.V,r7"». • lotMng. 70*72.-: v*llle»-. No 1.
r.'ii.-^ Territory— suplo. 77090 c; fine me
dium. 7"a7-.\ tine clothins. 7t>p7'J.-, fine me
dium. 6tVtfri-»i ; one-half blood. 73H'76c: three
eighths. H«.a7«e: one-quarter. «7gßi>.- Tulled—
Exti-a. 72®75c; One A. «s3<37oc; a supers. tvvfi*&<-
LONDON WOOL MARKET.
London. .Tan. 1*. — A large, number of buy
ers Including American representatives. Hi
tended Hi' openlns of the first series of th»
wool auction wales to-day. The offerings
amounted to 418 bales, chiefly *m-rln»»
Home and Continental buyers were strong
competitors, and Americans took a f*-,r iota
of crosubreds. Merinos and Cap« of Good
Hope and N^tal were firm and unchanged,
and crorshreds ranged from .1 to 10 per cent
higher. T'->-dav'» ft&les follow: New Mouth
Wales, 8.300 bales; neoureti, Uii is loud,
Krr'tsy. 7' 4 .1^ Is 1 -.1 Queensland. S.^o
».al«si wjotired, l-l'i-.N rmiwy, 7\d«l»M
Victoria. ;iim. bal*-* gren.« ti'.sde U l'itl.
South Australia, - ri| > bale*; sreasy. 7dtjll>^tt
Went Australin. 209 b»lfn: groaiiy. U«£d«
la '.-(1. \e«- /*»% land. 1.100 bales; scoured
la I' _, la 7'«.1 . vreeay. 4 ■•«!«( Ie U'.»d. Cap-!
of <Too<* Hope end Natal. 800 bale*; scoured
1* T'-d i li* 10Wd. gruasy. H-,dl»lM.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liverpool. J*r. IS— WHEAT— Ppot dull- fu
tures steady; March, iis 3}»d; May, £»' v,,*.
July. I. t-URN—Spot quiet; new American
mixed, ft* re: old. T>» BVsd; future, dun- Jan
vary. Os CTid; March. Os 7Ud. PEAS Can
ute/jy. 7s »>*rt. KI/iI.:R- winter^pafTnts quiet
.18-- HOPS— London, I'aclne Coast steady
r«S£B l'>- BEKF-E&ttra India m«s» st.ong f*.
M fOnK Prime mess. Western nonunallv
107 a .1.1 HAMS-Short cut firm. Ms p \covil
« u-Tiberlainl rut. 63» M; short rib «Wa 8.1- ion*
clear middle* ll»ht, C 3* 6J; hea>-7, 90s. snort
clear back*. Ms Cd: clear belles" atfady. 97s M;
shoulders. square front. 37» 6d. I.AHD — Prime
Western, ti^rrea. quiet. 60s l*<i: American re
fined, in • pail*. 6K« M. dn^ESE— Canadian
finest white and lor"d firm. Zl>». TAI.t/>W —
Prime city steady. -.- M. TURPENTINE—
SplrlU. 42a. ROtJIX — Commoa flrra. 10s 4V»a.
PETROLEUJM— R^Hnpd steady. Tlsd. LINSEED
OlL— Strong. S3» P4.
London. Jan. JS — SUOA.R — Raw. »i:rlfa«a!.
1S« M: muscovado. 13s: be*t. January, ISs.
UXSEEr>— Calcutta, April-June. Ma 6d. LIN
SEED On . 32n Gd. SPEIUI OIU £2». PETRO
LEUM — American reflnrt, «4u: spirits. 7:
TURPENTINE— cplrH*. 4ls «d ROSlN—Amer
ican •trained. l'» |i; flu*. Los 6.1.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. Jan. IS- —The range of wh«at
for the day was from- •«■ to I Vie May
shoTv-lng the greatest activity and making
the greatest decline. A rally only brought
out a still larger run of grain, pushing
prices «til! lower. * Mar fall off to $1 03 V*.
The closo was weak, "a* practically th«
low point, with May l^kc to Uic below
yesterdar'3 final, at $l 00. Com prices
were on a down prnd**. The range was
from ?ic to le. May fell off to 67»ic to
67% c from 683jc and dosed on the low
point, ie to lc lower than yesterday's
final. * Oats followed th« other grains, and
ranged from *ie to %c. The close was
Tvesk. with May %c to lower than yes
terday's final, at 47 J /ic to 47?ic In pro
visions the decline Fa? noticeable, al
though the volume of trading: was not
lire At the close pork ranged from 15c
to 17V^c lower; lard. 12Hc to t7^4c lower,
and ribs from 7^c to Ie« lower than yes
terday's final. Range of prices:
T«»ter-
Ljtrd: Open. High. Lotr. . <**!oea. day.
January ...»12 7O Sl2 7O $12 .V» $t2 50 $12 «2
May 1213 tXt» 1205 12 05 12 IT
Ribs:
January .--1175 1177 Dl IX "» 1175
May 1157 1162 Bfi Owl •11 *>
Pork:
January r . . 21 SO 21 S<> - 21 65 21 66 21 »
May . . . .'. . 21 00 22 ™> 21 73 21 75 21 03
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles D. Barney *• Co.. No. M
Broajl street. New York, and He. 18 South
4th street. Phtla4elphla.)
Btt.Ajkad.l B!d.Aak«d.
Azn Cement. 2ft VaIRRJO3 l i 103^
Am By Co.. 4* 4S-* Phlla Co .. p«4j 61
Camb PasaL. Bttb filH do pref 45 4»"4
CTVof N J 78^ 7t5 8 4 Perm RR Co «Wr» ««H
El 3tor Bat. 61% «2 a * ' Perm Steel pf.XM 113
T\ Co of A. 12 l * 12VPtalla El Co.. m M
Falrmt Tr . 8 11 ! Phila. Hap Tr 28 ■♦ 'J5-i
Gen Aspbat. Ri*-* 81 Smokeless P. 15 11
do tSfJ.. Sl',» Sl^i Union Trae.. M ■
ICo C v A -> 23U C Ga3 Imp. 93?« 93%
LaX" s Corp 2 % 27 hvelabach, Cow CO 30
L#high Nar.ll9 m I
BONDS.
AB. cmv Ps W »6 1 4 ! Phlla El 4a, . 75 74
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THIRD AVENUE
Railroad Company
REORGANIZATION
TO HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES OF
DEPOSIT ISSUED BY THE CEN
TRAL TRUST fOMPAJfT OF >'EW
YORK A 5 DEPOSITARY CIDER
THE BONDHOLDERS' AGREE
MENT, DATED NOVEMBER «.
l»O7. FOB FOUR PER (ETT.
FIRST CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE
HUNDRED YEAR GOLD BONDS
OF THE THIRD AVENUE RAIL
ROAD COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ♦<» th* DE
POSITING BONDHOLDERS aad HOLD
ERS OF CERTIFICATES OF DE
POSIT ISSUED by the CENTRAL
TRUST COMPANY OF 7fE"W YORK
AS DEPOSITARY, under th« Bondholders'
Agreement, dated NoTember •. 1907. betweea
holders of the abnr* mentJoned Four Per Cent.
First Consolidated Mortsne Hundred Year Gold
B-'Bds of The Third Arenue Railroad Com
pany, as parties of th« first part, awl James
N. Wallace aad others. Committee, as parties
ef the second part, that pursuant to the terms'
and proTi3lon» of said Bondholders* A^reeiMat.
the nndarsisnea Committee has prepared aad
adopted a Plan sad Agreement i»f Reorganisa
tion, dated December 2. 1909. and has lodged
a copy ther«ef with the Central Trait Csmpaay
of New Safes as Depositary.
A« provided 13 said Bondholders* Agreement
cf JftjTember 6. 1907. to -which refereac* It
hereby made, holders of certificates of deposit
i-f to* Central Trust Company at Depositary
mx? assent to Mid Plan and Agreement of
Reorganisation either byflUne with said Ds.
pasitary their written assent -ji»r="to. specifjina;
the date and numb- of th» certificate* held by
them, or by falling, within thirty tlaj-a after
the completion of th* publication ef this notice.
to file with the Depositary* written notice of
dissent from said Plaa and Agreement. specify
ing the date and number of th- certificates hell
by them. Such dissent must "- n!»d »i ->t
prior tn February 28. 1310, with the Depositary
at Its office. No. 54 Wall Street, v-w Tork City
Said Plan and Agreement of Reorgaalxatloa
will become e«r-«-t!T- aad binding upon all Cer
tificate Holders and will be finally and conclu
sively deemed si ha-»- be»« assented te by all
Certificate Holders unless within thirty days
aftrr January 20, 1910. the latter being th«
dat« of tbe completion of the publication afore-
Mid, one-third In amount of th« Certificate
Holders shall fil- with the Depositary writr-n
notice of their dissent from said Plaa and Agree
ment ef Reorganization, the notice *f dissect
filed by each CeTtlflcat" Holder specifying ♦-!»•
date and number of the Certiacates held by h»»s.
Printed copies ef said Plan and Agreement of
Reorganization may be obtained by Certinear*
' Holders on application to tie Depositary at Its
•fflce. No. 54 Wall Strs-t. New Tork. .'"•.'
Dated New York. January 13. 1910.
JAMES N. WALLACE,
ADRIAN ISELIN,
EDMUND D. RANDOLPH,
MORTIMER L. SCHIFT,
.lAMEs TIMPSON,
HARRY BRONXER.
THIRD AVENUE
Railroad Company
REORGANIZATION
Notice to Non-Depositin?
Bondholders
TO HOLDERS OF THE FOtR PER
(EM. FIRST CONSOLIDAfED
MORTGAGE HVXDRED YEAR
GOLD BOXDS OF THE THIRD
AVEMU RAILROAD COMPANY
ISSI'FD UXDER ITS MORTGAGBJ
DATED MAY IS. 1 900.
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN t« th* eeUsss
of th«» aooTe-meatloned Four Per Cent. First
Consolidated Morr(ag« Hundred Tear Gold Bonds
of Th* Third Ar«nue B*:":road Compas; iaeasl
under Its oaortgag* dated May 13. 1900, that
pursuant to a Bondholders' Asreeaient. dated.
NoTember 6. 1907. entered Into between certain
h!d»r» of said bonds, ss parties of th» first
pert. tad Jams* N. Waliac* and others. Com*
caittee. as parties of th* second part, to which
Bondholders' Agreement refereara is mad* for
si! its terms azsd provisions, a Plan aod agree
ment of Reorganisation, dated r>«enH>er 2.
1009. bat be«a «lull pr»par?d and adoptH and
a copy thereti dalj- lodged wl?k th* Ccirrral
Trust Company nt New Torfe as Pej>i»*lt*ry.
Printed copies of such Bondholders* AEreeta?nt
and «t said Plan i»l Agreeajent of Reorganisa
tion mn» 0e obtstaed 1: th» '*•■- of said Da
pssltsry. No. 54 Wall Street. New To**.
Holders of said Fmir P*r Cent. First Con
solidated Uortgtg* Hosdred Tear Gold Bonds
of The Third ATfnue Bailroad Caapaa.* who
ha* not sal deposited their bands under th*
eJesaseM Bandboldera' Azr»»3jent sj NoTemner
9. 1007, or« hereby notified that the? mar
without penalty, become parties to tb* said
Bondholder*" A;r»ei3ent of Norembrr *. 1907.
nd entitled to trail of to* bne9t of
•aid Piss and A<re«isent of Beorfaauaiioa. by
d-pourtns their bonds with th* coupon of Janu
ary \. 1908. and all subsequent coupons a<----n»
panj-in: th* same, with th* Central Trust Cora*
rior nt »w Tork. as Depositary as afhresala.
on *r before Fetruary 18, 1010. and such de
posit .shall be ilweisd «julr«ienf t» the filing of
wrttten »J»ent to MM Plan and Agreement of
Reorganisation. Bonus so deposited will there
after ha held by th« Depositary for account of
■ I ,#»r P9J OfTiU »/ » • •• • . ".31 \
th* Coms»me«. suhj*rt to th* terms and pr»-
Tislons of Mid Bondholders* ijrwmcat of N.
Temb»r «. 190". and a*M Plan and Agreement
of Becrjawiutloß, as ful?» to all intents and
purposes as If heretofore deposited.
Dated New Yerk. January 13, 1010.
JAMES X. WALLACE.
ADRIAX ISELIX
EDMUND D. RANDOLPH.
MORTIMER L. SCHirF.
.1 4.lins TIMP9O.V.
• HARRY DRO>\ER,
Oendhoiaers Committee.
FORSiaN FINANCIAL.
London, Jan. 1?. — Consols early to-da*
declined 3-15 to 3? 3-15 for money an? BMI
for account, but recovered ■>!& closing »•
3^s for money and C»-14 for a<T.' i Hißt.
AnaeemU was t; lower at £103*. Canadian
Pacific »i lower at Ml Grand Trunk cn
cnanged at 28%.
Jloney was plentiful and ea37, and di*>
count rates 'were weak.
Trading on the Sock KxrhaUsJi) startrf
with a Kcneral decline on yest«r.lay*s brealc
in New York and disappoinntent over the)
result of the election*. Consols fell S-IS.
bvt rallied *i m the afternoon, white ■■■a
raib and i.Tlrs closed a fraction over
th» lowest an repurchases. Goad traffic ra
pcrts helped Grand TruiiK share.
American aecuntie3 opened v;*ak. bat tm
proved later on Usht coverinsr. Prices eased
off about noon, ani remain-d uncertala
until Wail Street buying "-..--: -•• mar
ket. Anof-i^-r reaction occurred dtxrtng th»
last hour, and the- closing tone was weak.
Call money in London, i par cect: *»p«n
market discount rats for short bilk, 2 15-1*
S3 per cent; ions bills. 31S-fMi per cent:
Berlin discount rate. 3 per cent; a -, dis
count rate, 3V» p«r cent; Paris •xchar.S's oa
London. francs 13^4 centimes; Berlin ex
change on London. 5) marks *5 pfennigs.
Bar sold. 77s 3d. American eagles. Us 40.
Paris. Jan. Thr«o per coat rentes w
centimes lower at 09 franca, 10 centimes.
Prices generally were firm on the Boorse.
Berlin. Jan. IS.— Prices were lower e»
•■ » Boers* to-day. ilia elm the decline ia>
' New York yesterday.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Furnish* 1 ! by J. Thorna* JteiaTiardt. Ma, M
Broad etrext. N*t» Tot*, and No. 34 Dwv**-
S".T-» »' '-". Bcston.)
High. l*nr. L*r^
Arixoca and MScBiaVB. . V 7«; 37
Arizp* ... m: ■ 33
Bay State Gas •> *» » .
Beaol* - — • 2-i 2'i =>
Btncbam Mines 3H It ■
Boston Ely 4 ft ♦ *
Boawycoio 9S »; »
cactus PeMlmimi' nt .... wj 3*l «;*
Cwsarans; I^% \ » » j *
Champion 12 1J U
Chl-I ConsolldatM ■ 3*3 -*• 3^
Chtno I*'« I*. M
Corbta Cooper 11 Je " ' i I }.--
First National Copper. *»J M Jl?
OJla Copper • 7*7 * 9?i **■
NaUenal Mlnjn* Es»ler. 17 ' * » 7
Nevada. Deaf aa I *.. *„.
•Onecn T tH * %
Raven Mining 7"» -^ •* •»
EhMt Island Coal .- TH •* .' •*
Southwest Development It 1"» H. .
Vulture •* •*■» *^«
wiust -'.• »r M.r. " ah *
- NOTICE OF SUMMONS.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OP NEW TfOßld
— William Morton Garden. Rafael R- < v l'»
and United - • d • -. Trust Cosipaay *=
Ne-v Tork. as E.x«eut*.rs under ta* laat V !,
»nd Testament of Ramon Andrea :»-•• '5 '•
Murias. de-sewed. Plaintiffs, asaJrut TorTsaa**
Enrique dp Marias. Sylvia. Angela d* »irtw.
The Catted States Trust Company of Nr»
York, as Trust under the inn «C »*»•?•»
A I. d* afur-i.' deceased: T7lHla=i M— • 1
Garden, Rafa-t R. Govin and Unites) State*
Trim Company of New Tork.. as jua_~i;»a3 -I
S.-lvta Angela d« Jlartas. a minor: a*-> t>«
"Wbeel«r. as tiytiU of th« Estate of Ade-
IBM* Wolf* do Marias. d-ceas«<i; Ida. T. Haw
kins. Caridad d- 'a Gnardla y Mnrlaa, ilr«»
:«— z- Hague. -*- Bertha, Mintilla. --«*■
Maria Martha de la Guardia. Ceaiui* Murla«
de Veytta. Rosario Marias d* Do rain 5 a ;z. Man—
ne.l Marias. Isabel Murtss -1- Hernandez. M«- •
cedes Muria* d*. ViUsaeltu. Luis V. ilarta*.
Pedro Pablo Larracdo. Julio Pells Larrond-*
and Rolando Larrondo. T>i rmiil— — Ts> tfee)
»-..-« named "-: - .i ■• and *■-.' of --tr
You are hereby summonsd to answer th* cam
plamt In this action and to ssrv* a cep7 of ycnt*
answer on the plaintiffs* attorney within twenty
days after ths service of this summon*, ex
clusive of the. day of service; and tn ••as* ai
your failure to appear or un*r judgment
will b« taken afaiast you by default far th«
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated. Sew York. 7>ewnb*r 12. l?^.
TVILLJAit K. BLTMTSR.
Attorn* for the Plaintiffs "VTUllaia Morton
Garden and Rafael R. Ootlb. 4* Wall
street. Borough or Manhattan. New Torts
City. N. T.
rrvwAjrT * SHEARER.
Attorneys far tb» Platntiff, rate** Weiss Truss
-ompan;- of New York. 46 Wall Strait. Bar
flush o? Manhattan. New York City. N- T-
To Carldad do la Ouardla r Murla*. Ms*
Maria Jfartaui do !a Guardla and Roaario "4 -
rias da Dominiquez. Cerro Xo. 530. Havana,
Cuba: Castlda Marias da Veytla. St. T»m»\
No. 3 Cerro. Havana. Cuba; Manuel Muria*.
Aran?uren. 93 Guanabaeoa. :.s* Isabel linrti *
de Hernandez and Lui.-» V. da Muria*. Prad»
No. 1. Havana. Cuba: Mwiqwaas «■!■ «•
Yillageliu. Maximo Gomes, m qns.na.fcan na.
Cuba; Pedra Palbo Larrcado. Ju!!<> *>Mx Lar
rondo and Rolando Larrondo. Central Canstaot
r!» Encrucljada. Sacua <!-» la Grar.de. Cuba;
In bnhalf of said thre* last named 1 defendants.
to their father Pablo Ijarrondc-. Central Con
«tancta Encrncijada. Sagua a* %la Grand*.
Cuba — Th<» foregoing- suirunons la.s-rTed upca
rou by publiraHon. pursuant to an order of
the Hon. E. B Amend, one of th» Justice* sf
the Supreca* Court of tie State >" New YqtK.
datsd ttwrn Tork. January 3rd. 1010. and «ed
with th« complaint la the o;2c* of the -etark
of tha County of New York, at the County
Court House. In the County of KM York.
Ptata of N»w York, on the fourth dar of
January. 1010.
Dated. Nst^ York. January 12. I*lo.
TVILLIA3I H. BLYMTER.
Attorney for to« plaintiffs XVHlianx Marv-r
Garden and Rafael P.. Garia: Office and
Post-ORce Address. I* WsJI Street. BWr
oush of Manhattan. "few Tork City.
•" STEWART & SHEARER.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff Unlt-d States Trust
Company of New York: Offlo* an 4 VaeC
Office Address. 45 "Wai! Street. B isjllßjTl
of Manhattan. New York City.
NEW TORK SUPREME COL*KT. NB7l r TORK
County. — Lizzie 11. 8.-3wn. Plaintiff, tsl 9kli9»
H. >:Un and Oeorse W. McClellan. he- has
hand. William F. Emmofts. and all other per
sons who are heirs-et-iaw. denaees ana eaaese
sors in interest of William O. Kmmssjs. d»
'•»*a*d. -who formerly owned two certain lets) In
tha 3ocou«h of The Bronx, known by Lot No*.
645 and 94« on a map entitled "Hap o5 th» TC -
tea* of Wakefleld in the towns ot 'Dart aa*
West Chester and "Westctieeter Cmraty. K*w
T.irV..' by H. B. Miller. C. E. and »tnwy~
datM May 4th. 1*94. and Cl-^1 m the offlew «»f th*
Register of TTestehester County, and The wtve«
st widows of any such eemeae sad sil pen ac
having or claimin? any l!en upon the tinniest ot
any of the persorss herste.tlsors naiseii or «*e
st-rlbed. ail the persons above described beteer
unknown t«> the plaintiff. Defendants. TV* tn»
aoove named Defendants: You an hereby sum-*
rnoned to answer th* ■-■■•mplaint in this action,
and to serve a copy of your answer on ts*
Plaintiff's Attorney within twenty days afte
the servies of this summons, exclastT« ef tb<» dmr
of service, and In ease of year failure to appear,
or answer. Judgment will be taken against yes>
by default for the relief dersaaded m the earn
plaint.
Dated. October 18ta. 1909.
i . _: r rzs j. i'ii»w pa.T..
Plaintiff's « ->— --
Office and P. O. Address, No. aa Broadway. [ -•
York City. N. T.
To the above named and emsrtaea tMssmnta:
Th« {oreajai&s wimmnos Is served upon you by
publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. Ed
ward B. .amend, one of th» Justices of th» Su
preme fourt of the. Stata of New " -■•■ -^atea
ths 10th day of January. 1310. and i!l*l w~tt?l
th« complaint in the office of the Clerk <?; New
Tork. County at the County Court House. Bor ■
"ugh of Manhattan, In the County and City oS
New Tork. - -— r*
Dated. Jaaaary ***_»•- , m-m-aami
STETHE?: J. WTZImVTSZXj.
Plaintiff"* Attorney.
Ofßce and P. O. i<Mms. No. SSI Beoadwaw*
yew Tork City. 5. T.
SUPREME COL'RT. NEW TORK COrXTT — •
Fay T_ Tyaen. Plaintiff, against Robert •*.
Tysen, Defendant. — Summon*. — Action for XH-
Torce.
To th« Above Named Defendant: Totx nr*
hereby summoned to answer th* complamt In
this action and to serve a copy of your aa
s-n-ex on the plaintiffs attorney wttam 20 day*
after the- service of this summon*. exsluslva *4»
the day of service, and tn case of your failnr*
to appear, or answer, judgment will b* ta,k*a
against you by default for the relief, demandM
tn the complaint.
Dated. N« w Tork. January IZ. 1310.
HENRT WHITE. PlatneMTa At:ara*T.
Post Office address aa<l OSe?. No. HI Brunei
war. Borough of Xanhattaa. Xew Tor*
City.
To Robert F. Tyjen. tU* above ratje-d de
fondant. Th* f«res;r»tn« summons ts s>r»**l
upon yon hy publication, siiisunnt to »a order
of th« Honorably Pet»r A. Hendrtck. a Tu*tle*
of th« feupreme Court of tie Staxs -' Smm
Tork. dated January 17th. 1910. and air!
with tho Complaint and a copy tUswag in ts«
office of th* Clerk of tha County of New TorVc
at tb* Connty Coort Hms». ta th» Borau^^i.
of Manhattan. ClFr nt New Tor^. in t%*>
County and State of >.'**•» Tort, ea th» ••**
day of January. 1910.
Hated. New Tork. January IStb. »»*
HENRT WHITS. Attorney for Plaintt^. --,
and Pom Oesew Address. No. I*l Brwd
" war. Borough, of Manhattan. New Tar'<
City.
SUPREME COURT. COCNTY OF v CW YORV.
— Edward It. Br«voort Jjinlor. FlainiifT.
r.;i:-st Abram Keasry Wright and G*ora* li.
B:«l«r. Detendajsts. Stnrirncn.i:
To the above named Defendant"" — Too ar*
hereby summon*-** to answer th« enrajtalnt In
thi" action, and to *erv«» « et>pr of your a*
swer on th<t plaintiffs attorney within twenty
day« after rtr« service of this aunttnona. ax
clusive of th* rtay of service; and to eas» of
your failure to appear, or answer *<i<tcm«et
will be. taken against you by default for th*
relief demanded In th« >-OTnplaJnf
Dated. N»>w York. Ds-cmber 8. T9<»>
I.OCW H. ROWEL PUlatltTa Attorney.
OfTc<» and Po»tane» Ad«lr*»i». N«. J*s Bk«.^
way. Borough of Manhattan. New Tork
City
Tp th*> defendants Abnun sXae«y Wright aejdl
Oeor?8 R. Bister abev* named;
The foreirolnsr summons la served ape* ye«
by r.ublii»cion. pursuant to an order of M—
«ra.t>ln Edward B. .Un«nd. Juati -o of in* Sa
rr*nn" Court of the* state of New Torn, dated
January 4. 10lf». and tiled with th« complaint
in this action on th* 4th day w| Jaauary. 131".
in th» ©Sic* of th» Cl»rk «' •■ - County ft
New Tork. .• toe County Court Hju»«. >tn tb«
CUy and County of New Tort, ia i«»>Ul Stats.
Dated. New Tork. .lacuxrv 4. l»l*»
LOUIS ». HOWE. PlalntlfTa Attc»rn«»y.
o«r» *tul PoMaffk'o Addrwpe, No.. tea Broad
way Boroush of Manhattan. New t >r<
Cit y.
A DVERTIS EVENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIOSS
J\. for The Trtbun* re-elvt* at their tTntjwri
Orttce. No. KtM Broadway, between 3*i'.\ a n j
37th sts.. uatil » o'clock p. m. .\i!v-rt!«neati
received at th* foUowtac branch afßces ■ -
recular oSc» rat?s until , o'cloclc p. ra..- «(j •
2«4 Sth ay».. « *. cor. -34 st.: 159 9th av^ -..
12th st.: 104 Cast 14th St.: 237 West tu r >
tire«a 7th and Ath ayes.; 29R West 123 th St.- l<3Ba
s - - «v«.; IS2^» 3i *■« ne ar cist St.; '.T'.* %*eZ
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