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lOPICS OF STREET
FOREIGN TRADING.— ForeIsn houc e8
%i not active in th % local stock market
Arbitrage atcou it. dealing In upward of
°.s-vvi. s -vvi thares. evenly divided betwen nur
gff- ana saieJ.
•*^l-BLIC IRON AND STEEL. -John
*%pping. chairman of the executive
tsmiiee of the Republic Iron and Steel
jgSjiv. in his report to the stockholders
ETtbe six months ended December si.
ic L in P*- Tt: "The general Improve]
f-business anticipated in the last annual
l»nrt h»* been fully up to expectations.
Si the net earnings for the period of this
•^rt show substantial improvement as
with the six months' period for
f.f yckr ended December 31. IS6S. but as
-4red with a similar six months' period
frTio7f rTiO7 less oroSts were made. The reduc
e-in profits as compared with the 1907
XTriod it (Sue entirely to lower prices on
Pj2Tof manufactured products. As a re-
STof nations and expenditures for
f^arovements and labor saving devices, the
fit ot production has been largely re
s*lj notwithstanding the fact that "labor
'•VTand cost of general supplies are sub
sS»ar on the basis of 1907. The reduc-
J5» ia cost, however, has been more than
VB-rV ty the greater reduction in selling
•Sit so that the profits a ton during the
htW of this report are necessarily less
Ef, for the six months period ended De
}SUr SI, ■■:."
DIVIDEND? DECLARED.— Dividends
k»ve been declared as follows: American
J>>rraph and Cable Company, regular
inirieriy r-« per cent: Electric Properties
Knpa-y. regular quarterly 1% per cent on
*» r.refrrred. payable February 10; Third
rfcited Cities' Realty Corporation, regular
S| f — '"«' -4 per cent on the preferred,
'•vaWe March 1. and Norfolk & Western.
I#-u!ar quarterly IV* per cent, payable
lUrch IS
aTCHISON EARNING S.-The earn
£« of the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
£rthe month of December show a, gain in
er<&s of CtLeTJ and a decrease % net of
tijpilj. comparison being made with the
JJ^f time in the preceding year.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE COMPANY
iff CONNECTICUT. — At a special meet-
L- c the stockholders of the Atlantic
Set Line Company of Connecticut yes
•r2a>* the proposition to increase the
eqiiti: by 040, 000 was approved.
.VORTH AMERICAN COMPANY.-—
He annual meeting of the North Ameri
-a Company J. E. Mortimer was elected
, director, to succeed S. W. Burt. re
jl^ed. Other directors were re-elected.
COTTON EXCHANGE HOLIDAY.—
jlenbers of the Cotton Exchange will
T ete to-morrow on the question of clos
tf the exchange on Monday. February
j: tie day before Washington's Birthday.
IRON I HADE CONE-ITIONS.
•7;.e Ir::. Ag'" s_
Ztt iron market has shown signs of
tosi-jktioT, In the last week, which, in eon
jeriloa with the unsettling of security
rthies. have put optimistic sentiment to
lie test. Interest in pig icon transac
tjnas for the second half of the year has
tees checked, and a number of consumers
cf pig- iron who were expected to buy soon
«-r szch deliveries appear to have retired
fro tta field. ,
However, there has been some large
teytes including considerable tonnages
d "sallesble Bessemer in the Central
ire: end basic iron from Eastern. South
el xn& Central Western furnaces. One
resection at Pittsburg Involved 24,000
«:5 d basic iron, deliveries at the rate
tf 3,000 tons a month, in April, May and
Jse. and 5.000 tons a month in July.
iirsst and September. The price on the
isesd Quarter deliveries was 16 25 at
\C-ey furnace and for third quarter de-
Ireries $16 75 a: valley furnace.
the pig Iron market is easier, and in
tm cases the prices heretofore named
'r&e first half of the year are now made
c-iisird quarter deliveries. The sales of
Es2eable Bessemer Include one of 20,000
iss by a northern Ohio interest and an
etttr of 12.000 tons- lor delivery at Erie.
Ferr. The inquiry from important malle
iMeteteresta in the East has not yet re
ißiras in business. Lake Superior ore
Cas-teport sales of nearly 15. 000. tons
tfrerchant ores. Bessemer grades being
HKSeally all taken, while non-Bessemers
MM been heavily bought.
"The Iron Trade Review" says:
Bjsiness in the iron world has been eon
ttnain? not only with the angry elements
« aaiure- but also with the fears of men.
'-•- while diminution of buying is no
tceatie m some lines there is so much
taxinesi oa the books that mill activities
would continue uninterrupted for quite a
icrr tine e\en if orders were to decrease
aaca more than they have. Weather con-
Etnas have hampered operations, espe
ttafflr. in the delivery of material in
th« Northwestern section of the conn-
Iry ; fc ?V th - severe cold is moderating
zui fineries are being: made with
nsnkss difficulty.- The prospect of na
tjcisi interference has had a depressing
exec:, Aut the recent reassuring ' state
ree: from '"thWrhite. House and the con-
M-rrative manner in which business has
b«s carried on in making contracts for
urn tnd steel products give reason for the
tanfdent nope that there will be no per
=sLent check upon prosperous conditions.
"he unloading of large quantities of
tregs ore recently received at Eastern
?ons has been attended by many difficul-
cue largely to the severe weather.
Tie fact ihat depending upon foreign ores
a the source of supply is attended by
ps:i€rable uncertainty is being brought
-sac to Eastern furnaces, but represen
tiUvfs cf Lake Erie interests who re
estiy canvassed the Eastern section were
■if to take very few orders.
BANK STOCKS.
EQCttefl by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 "Wall street.)
Bld.Aßk'd. i Bid.Asked
tcacim. ... oOG €25 I JeSereon ... — 190
is Excfc... 254 2SS 'Liberty 575
AtisSon N. — 135 | Lincoln .. . — 430
£s»Nat.. — l£2 Manhat Co. . 345 855
max 30r.. 300 — Kfct & Pol . . 2CO MS
«at Xii.. 215 220 I Metropolis .. 880 410
3*r.Ery Pk. 125 ISO j Mech <£_- M :-." 250 275
■ ftj ... 375 — [Mercantile . . ISO 19-)
s=ct &D. 140 ISO 'Metropolitan. 1&74 —
ma Pk.. ::.:-. ■ Merchants' . ISO 19-: ,
!ttli! X. 1&5 155 I Merchants 1 E 160 —
MllJ ... 170 175 1 Mount Morris 250 275
CkMe ■ . 4Sj 4«5 ! Mutual 2SO 250
2*Thmi . . S4O SW) I Nassau 225 —
C^«uai .. 4*5 460 Nat .P.eserve. 113 —
Cr. Ctat N. l«0 !•■- INewlNethTa 230 223
&r 410 420 IN rX3 A. 3X5 330
Cbtiea Ex. 200 — IN T County. 750 —
Ooeaxrce . ira 200 listh Ward... — 420
ofceia: ... 350 — j Night &. Day 225 £75
Crtcatia .. — 380 | Nor Nat..... 100 110
Ccr- E-rrt. 325 330 Pacific 230 240
£«•. River. 123 135 Park 465 475
Wdltr ... 165 175 People's 2*o 265
2-* a Nat.. &00 625 Phecijc 177*4 I£7V»
PSJi Sw.. SOJ S5» Plaza 625 —
Ml Aye..4300 Ah*} i Produce Ex. 170 175
foanh N2t. 2 r O 2-35 Ekermaa - ... 135 —
»ti g-j-et:. 155 — ! Seatoard ... 200 375
■Uttfe ... 333 us Beooad 400 —
r^it'.i . . . 296 300 I £tat« 285 300
MaavHan 140 — 12th Ward... — 155
■■■tt Ex. 450 4O !23d Ward 140 —
GcaAnia .. r-50 575 Union l"ic-h. 109 200
■MwltA 280 2«5 I Wash Hts... 275 —
■BNW . . . 0M €70 W«t Bid* . . . 600 —
~> & Tr. . 5<3 575 Yorkville ...500 —
*■*■•■»« x c 205 210
COBALT STOCKS.
"■■feed bf Warren. Gzows>:i L. Co. No. 3i-
Eroa4 etre«l.) L
BM. Asked. I Bid.Asked.
Fywrnt-l 6H 7+*'Kerr Lake...&oo 012
«^y &^» 10 La Rose 445 447
B"* Coat 22 C2 l s ! Little XipUs. 27 27*4
2»«Jf. 5 6 ' McKidev -■• 60 SI
2** v. 125 250 ! Nancy Helen 13 14
**«t-I. »G 27 V;pEsir.g ...1012 1020 .
$f* Cota'.t. 47 4-. ' Nova Scotia.. 3»'i 40
%£■■ C<nt. 15 04 Ophlr 00 *0
g> l^te :'.-■: 17U Otitse 12»i 12»i
r^^* ■•"«- ' 7.0-, i Peterson 1,.- -3 23 I «
?*** 8et..276H 2^3 ! Rochester ... 17 l i 17%
li'» ..... 2« 30 [Silver Leaf.. 10V* 10H
j"*4 1" 16 Silver Bar... 10 134
Brtkera S! i 6H Silver Queen 15 20
S"» M»«h. Sr 4 .-.!, TemiskaJTSing. 52 .i 54
;?jrz:':i ft 2'i ITrrthewey „13&' i 141
fgg* Bijr.l2o 145 -K-attE 14 »**
' **<*■ 11 12 I .
>Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
.„. liii. Asked.: - Bid.Aeked.
** U4Tr 26 I 2%5 Mutual 1 45 155
Jf Vii... 106 107 'VAGIM 9S?i 100
2£L 0 J«" 83 » 8 ( '&* & EP.55.102 104
rp-*^ Cas. 5 7 •<!£> cca ss. S»7 100
h 101 101 ! Pat &P G ..f0 K«l
£j;^.'s«.. S>o 65 >PCG 55... 102 105
"*£*- Gi: UW l«0 ' .-tan .lard .... 4') CO
4? 51 , 03 OHI do prcf tB SO
• L '.«t J Gai Ss. 03 05
Sf«L c U '*2? 10 « ; *f=tPG c m 63.105 -
fL4TSi...M 93
•it- Sls ** '•'" 6t P Gat 5«. . i>& 100
3^) |B |j — sLt£l p 5«.. C 570
*Aci lcterest.
KEW YORK CITY EONDS.
* v Bid. Asked
4 2 >*»:• '57. isterch 107 : 4 M 0
OS gfc- #5 7. interch l»{-i 309,,
Hm. 5 - ' 17 - in-.erch 103 103 1 *
5 ££• '«. i c . trch vj o<h
« 5?- 's*. isterch ....:::::: m »h
ttt& Vj - ***'-* '>''
l&&: : S:Sr eb .-: S t»3 «P
&fe*s^:::: :": ::::*8 M
S^,* May 'Si 03 C9Vi
"*•*»•» ftg,f.irti.
(j^. PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
*£»£? Caarle* n. Barney & Co.. No- *»
*lt fct,fll tt * r ;> " A '■"■* »•« Xo - li 2 £3Ulh
ttre *t. PhiU<le!i>fcia.)
** Ccnv^. '' Bid-a-eltad.
.rhich Kav..tM US
X run. l«^
• Sri - lj : - - : •
OZ^t TV : : - • P«n Kt»el pMU 11-'»
if *$ X%> tIHIPWIa Rao Tr 2«% 2«H
?fr SZ* » iS ',i j Union Trac „;M« 51 V,
- * SnT 1 ' f: 25»i ■- Gas Imp. 92H S3
- " - • Mac*! Co. 20 SO
BONDS.
p, H . C 2" v 5« »f> PSHIPhila El 4s 7?\ T6
E. & co 4s 91 014. do ss. .'. 102 102U
V J con 5«..104% 105 •. (Phlla Co ««.. »8 99
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
London, Jan. Consols closed H lower
eonda ISL ? th mo_ ney and account. Ana-
Paelfl*. 1/ a i -\* higher at £l<Hi. Canadian
changed" 4 a h tl&2oft 1& 2 of4 r at "* Grand TrUnk un "
reoSn,^'? % r<? - "owinr to month-end
in symp fathv and discount rates hardened
r-3'L° ! ; t t . c ' ck "^change was irregular. Home
den^c -.^ Bu » pport . ed on favorable divl
--ar'.' »d» d ♦ American shares recovered
rnoi™ '« 5 consols declined on dearer
rent y hnrr« P rOi P ec t* of. further govem
ce qq b vu O Ori rr ee r tly VI"fea1 "fead y FOrCignCrS and KafilrS
American securities opened firm and from
fr^h hi?s OVe parl f>'- Covering orders and
lJv5? «H# n! f- ca r sied5 ied values to a higher
Park* ȣ V- nltei states Steel.' Southern
van™ > nd ,V mon p ? cl fle leading the ad
iiiS %' I; , eallzn^ followed, and prices d©
v-,"t a , t fraction. In the afternoon New
}ork alternately bought and sold, anil.
rnirL? ? eries of erra^c fluctuations, the
niarket closed uncertain, ab ° ye yeSterda A
tac bmm I to M points above yesterdays
New \ork closing.
Call rr-oney in Lordon. [email protected]^ per cent
£P^?o ,H? ar . ket dlscount rates for short bills!
i a 13-16 per cent; long b!lls - 2 *© 2 13 16 o'er
cent. Berlin discount rate, 3» 8 ,^r cent;
Paris discount rate. 2^ per cent; Paris ex
chance m London, 25 francs. 194 centime's;
Berlin exchange on London. 20 marks 47
easier 4d/ «**- 77s M - American
Paris, Jan. 20.-Three per cent rentes
closed unchanged at 9S francs 65 centimes.
French industrial ar.d railroad shares were
weaker, but foreign securities were firm.
Berlin. Jan. 26.— The Boerse was rather
Reader. Yerterday's declining market in
-New lork had little effect on prices here
NORTH AMERICAN'S YEAR.
, The North American Company's report
lor the year ended December 31 last follows:
__ , . 1030. 1908. Increase.
Total receipt? $2.023.41S $1,723,186 $300,
Ren* & tax 316,542 274,024 42,51s
TJndiv. prof $1.706.578 $1,44i).1t;2 $257,714
Dividends . . 1.459.C63 : — 1.489.665
Surplus .. $217,211 $1,449,162 •$1,231,951
•Decrease. „ -"
The undivided profits . are equal to 5.73
3er cent on the outstanding capital stock,
£.s compared with 4.86 per cent in the last
i nscal year.
REPUBLIC IRON AND STEEL.
The Republic Iron and Steel Company
has issued the following statement of in
come account for the six months ended
December 31 last:
1909. ' 1903. Increase.
Net earnings.... 51.901, 400 $1,231,648 $609,752
Other income... 72,211 27.307 44,004
Total income. $1,973,611 $1,268,955 $714,636
Dep'n plant and
material 438,862 267,987 171,
Net profits.... $1,533,749 $990,968 $542,751
Interest .199,357 208,63$ ' *9,25 l
Bal. for diva. 51,334.892 $782,330 $552,082
Dividends 794,796 794,796
Surplus .....; $539,596 $752.330 "$242,734
Prey. surplus... 5.&20.535 4.699,527 1.221,008
Total surplus. $6,460,131 $5,481,857 $978,274
Back divs. paid. . 1,378.141 1.378,141
Final surplus. $5,081,990 $5,481,857 •$399,867
•Decrease.
RAILROAD EARNINGS,
CANADIAN NORTHERN.
1910. 1009. 190 S.
3d week in Jan. $185,100 . $115,900 $135,700
July 1-Jan. 21.. 7,335.100 6.013.500 5,722.700
MISSOURI PACIFIC.
Si week in Jan. $951,000 $550,000 $708,000
July 1-Jan. 21.. 29.C53.090 26,330.534 27,117,468
' SOUTHERN.
Number of miles 7,050 7,013 — '• —
3d week in Ja-n. 51.050.820 $957,654 5900,323
July 1-Jan. 21. 22.222.642 29.316.954 31,353,272
ATCHISOK.
Month cf Dec— 1909.. 1908. 1007.
Gross earnings.. $8,389,776 $8,168,079 $8.140.452
Exp. and taxes. 6,363,249 4.721,137 5,825,665
Net earnings.. 52.026.527 $3,446,943 $2,314,
July 1 to Dec. 31 —
Gross earnings. $52,897,541 $47,283,004 $48,739,62$
E>:p. and taxes. 35,416,343 30,290. 35.550,351
»»-of«anflitffs.".Bi7.<?i:iSO;,sl9,l»?2,479- > $*13,150.247 "
BUrrAIX>, EOCHESTER- & PITTSBURG.
Month of December — -
Gross earnings. $701. $566,123 $515,623
Eip. and taxes. 452.556 . 395.157.' 441,642
Net earnings. $245,947 $170,966 $70,981
Other Income... 35,704 33,375 . C2,0i!l
Total income.. $284,651 $204,341 . $133,012
July 1 to Dec. 31—
Gross, earnings.. $4.704,5i8 $3,732,399 $4,453,191
Exp. and taxes. 2,926,256 2,605.452 3.05t>.19S
Net earnings.. $1,778,532 $1,036,947 $1,966,903
Other income... 166,070 178,159 273,664
Total income. $1,944,653 $1,215,107 $1,04.';. 058
TRI-CITT RAILWAY & LIGHT.
Mcnth of Dec— 1909. . 1008. Increase.
Gross earnings. $204. 550 $178259 $26,600
Expenses 110.653 86,65- 14,005
Net earnings. $94,200 $$1,603 $12,594
Jan. 1 to Dee. SI —
Gross earnings. $2,033,728 $1,819,077 $219,651
Expenses 1,148,141 1.069.317 78.824
Net earnings. 1800,367 $749,760 $140,527

MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Furnished by Frederic H. Hatch & Co.. No. M
Broad street. New York.)
Stocks. Dividend. Bid. Asked
Air. Brake S& F ..Q-Mar 5 80 85
Am Brake S & Fpf Q-M 7 123 127
American Brass Q-J 5 117 122
American Chicle Mc&Ex 12 225 232
American CMcle pf.....Q-J 6 105 109
Am Dist Tel of N J Q-J 4 55 E>B
Am Coal Products..:... Q-J 6 02 95
American Press ...... ..Q-J&Ex 6 95 103
American Thread pf J&J 6 4H 5
Am Type Founders J&J 4 48 50
Am Type Founders pf.-Q-J 7 97 101
Babcock & Wilcox Q-J 7 103 107
Carney & Smith — 30 00
Barney & Smith pf — 105 115
Borden's Cond MIIb....SF&AEs — 113 120H
Borden's Cond Milk pf..Q-M 6 104 10S
Bjsh Terminal — 59 65
Central Fireworks ~ — 5 10
Central Fireworks pf • — 55 65
Conn Ry & Light O-F 4 76 73
Celluloid Q-J&Ex 6 12S 132
X I dv P de Nemours.. . / 7 133 137
Eldu Pde Nero p£...Q-J 5 SO 90
Eastern Publishins . . . — 115 —
Empire Steel & Iron . — 7 10
Empire Steel & Iron pf. — JO 190
Fifth A ye Estates J&J 5 150 —
Hall Signal common " — 45 63
Kerr:ng-Hall-Mar%in — 30 45
International Nickel -— — 150 155
International Nickel pf.Q-F 6 60 94
International Silver.....—— — — 10 25
International Silver pf..Q-J 4 98 103
Kirby Lumber — ™ "
Kirby Lumber pf -■•■; - — *J iS
Kinss Co El L & P.... Q-M 8 129 133
LacJ^awanifß * Steel . . . . •— •-— — An iv»
London & Edinburgh Co.J&J « 130 150
Nat Cash Register pf.-J&J 7 110 120
Niles-Bement-P «-M « »| }03
Niles-Bemsnt-P pf Q-F « « 102
Otis Elevator..-.. A&O 2 55 58
Otis Elevator pref Q-J « %* \:\
Old Dominion S S J&J «1W go
pacific Gas & El.. -— — — il m
Pacific Gas &El pf Q-J 8 «= 90
Phelps D & C 0... — "if* -go
Pope Manufacturing — •* |'
Pope Mfg Pj..- r-^- 1 ]& \i
Pratt & Whitney pref . . Q-F « 109 los
SnT2 e:::::::S:l!ige :::::::S:l!ig I i
Sen-Sen Chiclet — •«
Standard Coupler^..- — 25 as
Standard MiHir^ C 0....-—— — 49 $
standard Mi.l Co pf...A&O • 49 «
sSS ] %
Trtßton Pot fn<sS ctta..J£-J _* ™
Trrw Plr^ory 7 : _ |S Uifi
Union Carbide QJ 2 no 33
i:ni<-n Ferry.. J _ B s 60
E^^m i i
rnited Bankno c... £_■> M
United Banknote pf «_ J 4 Mft ,f>o, f>o
U F Finishlnf.. ' j 7 lin , n
V S Finishing P g - — V;? _ 23 26
Virarlnia Railway _ , 7fl &
XCest Paeine _ 87 38
Yl>«t power... •• _ 68 c ,
West Power rr«f
BONDS.
Am Mali - lei :••;.•• ...J&J « 103 106
Ani B 6 & JVlst".' ...A&.O 6 85 fes
A m Tube & ist--- . . M&N « 100 104
East PB 6I^ 1 ."?; ..M&N » - 102 !
Fifth Aye E»tat , M&S 6 105 Wj
Hecker : Jone»-J »g 6 S j,^
inter Nte*jl l - 1 ..J&J 6 109 lIIV4
inter Silver Ist -^ A 100 lo2^
inter Silver «lbt..j -J£j rt m 106
MB&3M s »
> WSJ* "Li EOU 8 75 _
Norths Coat R l«t £« „ 0 ., 8
&!'<Smte 1 II ISo
lS v. 2i s t"' JAJ ft 1/K) 1 ""
NEW-YORK DULY TRTBUN"E. THURSDAY. JAM WRY 27. 1010.
THE MAKRETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
New York, January 26, 1910.
Beans, bags 3.250 Grease, pkgs 209
Flour., bbls 5.986 Butter, pkgs C.656
Flour, sacks.... 24.501 Cheese, pkls . 474
Cornmeal. bbls.. 426 E>sg6. ca*e£ 7.319
Ccrnmeal, bags. £.107 Dr poultry, pkgs. 4 - 702
Oatmeal bb1«...C50 Live poultry, crts 810
V. heat. bush.... 26,400, Oranges ( Fla). cs 5.565
Corn, £> us £ ,7875 Oranges (Cal), cs 4,650
Oats, bush 16,. to ! Lemons (Cal), cs 650
Peas, bush 2.100 Apple,, bbls ...:. 6,875
Malt, bush 4.500 1 Apples, boxes 630
Rice, pkts 100 Potatoes, bbls 10.275
H«y. tons • 1.180, Onicns. brls 1 835
f}**?'- , tons 10 1 Dried fruit pkgs. 1.650
Millfeed, tons... 280 Rosin, bbls .... 625
Grass seed, bags 2921 Spts turn. bb!s.. 50
Hops, bales 431 Tar. bbls ■ 173
Flaxseed. bush.. 3.000. Oilcake, pkgs 4.656
Beef (canned). cs 660,011. lub. bbls . . 252
Pork, bb15..!... 2So|Oleo stock, pkgs. 140
Hams, pkgs 184 Peanuts, bags 1.275
Bacon, pkgs 205 Tobacco, hhds... 235
Cut meats, pkgs 1.322 Tobacco, tcs 15
Lard, tierces 920 ' Tobacco, pkss.... 425
Lard, kegs 1.4161 Whiskey, bbls.... 672
Lard, cases r.3 ; Cotton, bales 3,303
Tallow, pkga 23 Cottcns'd oil. bbls 1.330
EXPORTS. ■
Wheat, bush 77.316! Refined pet. ga15.528.050
Oats, bush 1.000 Gasolene, gals.... 3.<*>)
Buckwheat, bush .MOOißerfduum. gals... 12.500
Flour, bbls 7.7os (Cofaeed oil. gals. 2,710
Flour, packs 8.120 Lub oil. gals 159.780
Ccrnmeal. bbls.. 979 1 Pork, bbls 639
£,* ed - "> 13.740 Reef, bb15........ 101
Bran, tt>. 13.200 Beef, tier;es 43
Hay bales 1.3171 Bacon., Ib 702.975
Alcohol, gals 13.5001 Hams, 1b 8,800
Whiskey, gals... 700! Lard. 1b 467.( : 50
Ol meal, tb 21R.500| Lard oil. gals. ... 120
Oilcake. 1b.... 1.069.6001 Tallow, !t> 2.800
Spirits turp, gals 1,3201 Grease. ID 208.
Rosin, bbls 280; Butter, rb 8 500
Tar. bbls Cheese. lb.. 940
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. Nor. No 1 [Cotton, middling 14.50
foundry .... $lB 75 I Coffee. No 7 R!o SH
Iron So No 1. 18 S7H I Sugar, granulated 5.15
c:» *' rails ••••;^°^, z ; Molasses.OK pme 40
btand cop. spot 13 12% | Beef, family $16 25
J. 1 " 3260 Beef hams'...... 25 00
Exchange lead. 465 Tallow, p line .. 6746 7 4
ss PP c lter 615 j Pork, mess 23 00
•Ccrn. No 2 724 I Hogs, drsd. 160 lb 11%
Flour. Mpls pnts 575 | Lard. Mile West. 12.25
•Nominal. •
GENERAL MARKET - REPORT.
«._«_ New York. January 26, 1910.
— WHEAT — Moderately active and
more or less Irregular under active speculation
both ways. Prices moved within a compara
tively wide range, but at the close were firm
at a net advance of %c to %c. For three days
this week receipts at interior points are more
than a million bushels over the corresponding
time last year, while exports are about UO.Oi'O
bushels under last year. There were somo Rood
export orders, but comparatively small offerings
snd sales of only 5 loads. No 2 red here closed
$1 30 bid elevator domestic and nominal fob
afloat; No 1 Northern. Dnluth, $1 26H; No 2
hard winter. $1 26% fob afloat, nominal. CORN
—After declining ] cent a bushel from the open
ing under heavy commission house* selling, values
showed a rather poor rally and closed at a net
decline of %c to Vie. No 2 corn here closed
at 74c elevator domestic. 74^c delivered and
.2%c fob afloat, nominal. — Moderately
active, and prices, after opening firm, sagged
off with corn and closed at a net decline of »ie
to l *c. Cash oats steady with mixed. 26 to
32 tt>. quoted nominal; natural white, 26 to 32
lb. 52Htt65c and clipped white. 34 to 42 Ib,
53*5<i?5674c. RYE— Quiet; No 2 Western. 89V.C
nominal fob. New Ycrk. BARLEY—
SEW YORK PRICES.
Yester-
Wheat: Open. High. Low. Close. day.
May $1 if»H $1 lft Jj $1 1774 $1 18% $1 184
July 1 09'» 109 1 0S 8 » 1 093 1 03?*
Corn:
May — - — 76 73
July — — _ 7o*i T5«
September . — — — 75'^ 754
Oats: 1
May ■ - . — — — 52:4 53H
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
■■ Wheat. Corn. Oats.
• To-day . 751.000 R07.000 651,000
week 729,000 512.000 450,000
Last year 322,000 582,000 485.000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES^
_ Flour. Wheat. Corn.
To-day . 32.000 -144,000 7&00*
List week 22,000 36,000 S 000
Last year 75.000 149,000" 269.000
COTTON* — an unsettled morning the
market developed a firmer tone; prices had a
sharp recovery, and closed firm on the near po
. sitions, which showed a net gain of 4320 points,
with late months barely steady and [email protected] points
net lower. Local contract prices:
Yestei-
Open. High. Low. Close. day.
January .. .14.50 14.30 14,44 [email protected] 14.21
February. — — — [email protected] 14.16
March ... 14.25 14.41 14.03 14. CSS 14.. ".9 14.1S
ApTil . ... — — — 14.31©14.34 14.21
May .. 14.33 14.45 14.20 [email protected] 14 29
June .. 14.37 14.37 14. 50 [email protected] 14.29
July 14.32 14.38 14. IS 14.3&&14.37 14.20
August ...14 00 14.00 13.57 [email protected] 13.06
September. .13.03 13.03 12.62 12.08512 99 12.80
. October „ —12.50 ...12.ei^12.45_..12.£0<242-M_l£-oS.
.'-Not-ember. . — — — 12.32.® 12. 53 12 35
December.. 12.34 12.37 12.30: 12.33©12.35 12.40
Spot quiet end 15 points higher at 14,50 c for
middling upland and 14.7!. c for middling Gulf
no sales. Liverpool cables Spot, fair business
doing; sales, 12,000 bale 3, including 2.000 late
yesterday; speculation and export, 500; Ameri
can. 11,000; hT.porte, 3,000 . none American; mid
dling upland. 7.69 d; futures opened steady, si§7
points higher; closed easy. 14 point higher to 2
•points lower; January and January-February
7.44 l id; February-March. 7.45^d; March-April,
..47d; April-May. 7.4&4 d; May-June and June-
July. 7.3ftSd; July-August. 7.49(1; August-Sep
tember.. 7.22 d; September-October, 6.75 d; Octo
iv--r-Noven»ber. 6.59% d; November-December.
• ..->nu,.-l- December-January, 6.49 d.
COFFEE— Quiet; sales, 15.250 bags. At th.
opening the market -was steady and unchanged
to 5 points advance, and during the session
prices hardened a little, closing at a net gain
of 5 points for all positions. The undertone waa
generally firm. Havre closed at a net advance
of US 1 franc, and Hamburg was % pfg higher.
Rio was 75 res lower, but offers were steady
Spot steady, with Rio No 7 quoted at SHgS&c
Local contract prices:
Yester-
Open. High. Low. Close. day.
January . . .. — — _ 6.70<9«.75 6.05
February 6.70 6TO 6.70 6.70:?«.75 6.65
"larch 6.50 6.50 c.SO 6.SC^«.SS 6.75
A Pril — • — — tf.S3!??fl.So B.SO
••lay 6.90 6.90 6?0 6.9036.95 C.i-5
June — _ _ 6.9006.95 6.55
July 6.95 "6.95 6.95 6.9557.00 6.90
Ausus: — _ _ 8.53W7.00 6.90
■September 6.03 6.05 695 6.9537.00 690
October 8.90 6.20 6.90 6.9337.00 6.90
N'ovenr-ber — — — 6.85®7.00 6.90
December 6.85 6.95 6.95 6.95®7.00 90
fXOCK AND MEAT— FLOUR- Quiet and
featureless. RYE FLOUR — Steady: lair to Kood
$4 25^54 40; choice to fancy, $4 45g54 tJO. CORN
MEAL—Steady; kiln dried. S3 50. BAGMEAL—
Steady; fine white and yellow. $1 5535 1 m
coarse, $1 [email protected] 50. FEED— Western and city
steady; Western spring. $27 103527 35: standard
middling. f26 55«527 10: flour do, 130 75- re.J
d<w. $31 [email protected] 60; city bran. $26 7,". bulk, ?2S 25
50 Backs; middling. $26 So<*s3] - red dor
5.22; hominy chop. $27 50 bulk, $2870 'sacks- oil
meal, $37 nominal.
VlSlON'S— Steadier, with less pressure
to sell and prices advanced on covering by
shorts and rebuying- by recent sellers. PORK
—Barely steady; mess. $23: family. $25 30/
$20; short clear. $24 [email protected] BEEF— Steady :
mess, $11 50 '■■ I $12 50; family. $16© 516 50
nacket. [email protected] 50: extra India mess. S?4 50®
823. BEEF HAMS — Quiet; $24<252H.
DRESSED HOGS— Easy; aeons, 11 --, c; ISO
lb. li:..e: luo.lb, Xl%c; 1-10 lb. ll?ic; pigs,
12c. CUT - MEATS— Pickled bellies quiet:
■molds*. 13c; 10 !b. [email protected]?ic: 12 lb 12»4«
I2^o: 14 lb. 12'..(f!12-\e Pickled hams steady.
13»2«714c. TALLOW DuII: city. ti7£c: country.
'i'^T'tc LARD — Firm: Middle West. [email protected]
!2.30c; city fiulet, 12'S12^e; refined steady:
South America. 13.50 c; Continent. 12.50 c:
Brazil kecs. 14..10 C; compound dull at 0-- 9
10c. STEARINE — Quiet; oleo. 16c; city
lard. 13c.
SUGAR — Refined quiet and unchanged,
with orders taken on the basis of 4.95 c net.
less 1 per cent cash for fine granulated. Raw
firm at tho close en sales of about ISO, OOO baps
Cuba centrifugal. February shipment, at 2*4 c.
basis 6*5 test, cost and freight, equal to 4.11 c
duty paid. Sales included some Porto Rico at
4.11 c; more was offered at that for prompt ship
ment, but not tnk^n. Spot prices cloee<l: Cen
trifugal. 96 test, 4.0894 lie; muscovado. £9 test.
3.5857«>.61c; molasses. PS test. 3.33®3.3'*.c. The
London market for beet sugar was firm and
lHd hie-her. with January av<% February quoted
at 12.« lOVid and May at ISs \<l.
— Firm, with good Jobbing demand.
.METALS — COPPER — Standard easy: spot
and deliveries up to the end of April clos
ing at U*H3.?*c. London firm find 1 shade
higher: spot. £60 lOs; futures, £61 7s 6d. Lo
cal dealers quote Lake copper at 13.62U&
13.57 He; electrolytic. [email protected]; casiinjc
Ki.2."[email protected]>c. TlN— Easy; spot. 32.400
32.78 c: January. 32.40(?832.f1r>e: February
33.25^12.45; March. [email protected]; April.
32.30© 32.45 c. London a shade lower; spot.
Cl-JOlns: futures. £14t)Rs. LEAD—^Easy: snot.
4.60 4. 70 c New York, and 4.42 '* 4t 4.52 % c
East St. Louis London higher at tl3 12s 6il.
SPELTER — Wfak; spot. 6.050 6 25c New
York: 6.67V4®«»2^c East St. Louis. London
unchanged. IRON* was unchanged at C2s l^.l
for Cleveland warrants in London. Locally
nrlces fhowfd an frailer tendency. No 1
foundry Northern. lit 506119; No. 2. $18 250
$1« 75: No. 1 Southern and No. 1 Southern
soft. Sift 50(g519 25. Pit? Iron certificates un
changed.
" "MOLASSES AND SYRCPS — Firm but quiet:
prices as last quotrij.
NAVAL STORES SPIRITS TURPENTINE 1
steady, but quiet and unchanged. ROSIN
fl*a*W and unchanged. TAR firm.
OILS — Linseed oil unchanxea, prices being
firmly maintained without much regard for the
rather erratic fluctuations in the price of flax
<fee rt. rieflnM i.Afrolf'l-u urehangeJ.
COTTONSEED OIL — and barely
•tf-ady closing at net 4 points advance to B
points decline; tales. 0,400 barrels. Local .-on
tract prices:
Venter-
Open. High. Low. Close. d\y
Spot ....... — — - 7.00«V7.12 7.11
January ... — — — 7.0MJT.11 7.1.1
February .. "11 7.11 7.11 T.IIAT.U 13
March ..... 7.10 7.10 7.0S 7.12*17.14 7.12
April ...714 7.14 7.14 7 19*7 IK 717
May .1.... 7.15 7.M 7.14 71-^717 720
July ...... 7.20 7.2f> 7.19 7?o^7:i 7.33
September . 7.12 7.12 712 7.1.1W7.17 7.1«
October ... 6.M "-7.-J «r<a 0.7186.72 6.67
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
N«w York January 20. 1010.
BEANS ANT> PKAS— Receipts 2.718 baga
and 225 bags peas - , Market firm for leading
varieties of domestic an« Komi) tpeculn.
tiv d.-mand for pp.-. but other white vari
eties <iul«t Th " ""jnsib 01 red kidney is
due to larger export demand and reserved of
ferings: best lots firm at $3. Scotch pt<u
sparingly offered and firm. BEANS-Mar*
row, choice, bushel. $2 05©$3; medium,
S2S2HOSagO; P«a. $2 35; white kidney.
$330ij5335; red kidney, $2 07 Vi © ?3 : yellow
eye, $3 25" black turtle soup $2 OoSS3; lima,
California. J2 90©$2 93. PEAS— Scotch, bags,
bushel. $2 SO. ■
BUT TEH — Receipts 5,656 p kg«. Best
grades of creamery, fresh and held, recovered
slightly,. and tiere is a firm feeling with some
speculative buying Process slow and weak;
factory and packing stock easy. Creamery, spe
cials, lb. 31*.cr extras. 30% c;- firsts, [email protected];
seconds, 2.«fE29c: thirds, ■ 87027HC; crta.nery
held, specials, 31 He: extras, 304:#31c; firsts.
2«t230c- seconds, 28ff2fi . thirds. 27©274 c;
state dairy tube, finest, 29® 30c; good to
prime. 27<3 2Sc: common to fair, 24©i'6c: pro
cess, specials, 2s*i©2oc: extras, 2Sc: firsts,
MH#S<iHei seconds. 24^25c; Western imita
iion creamery. firsts. ' 26§27c: factory, firsts,
25c; seconds. 23 24 He; thirds. 22<323c:
packing stock. No 1. 24Vsc; No 2, 24c: No 3.
2lffl>23r. . .
CHEESE — Receipts. 474 boxes. Full cream
quiet, but holders steady to firm. >. High
grade skims In moderate stock and held firm
ly; holders of cheap winter skims urging
sales without much regard to prices. State,
full cream, cpecials, ©ISc; September,
fancy. 17',ic; October, best. lC^c; winter
made, best. 15 1 - '« 15?4c; common to fair,
13' i @l5V«c; skims. I** lb. fall made, specials,
I4^ic; winter made, best. [email protected]; fair ta
good. 10c; common. 4% ©7c; full skims,
[email protected]
EGGS— Receipts. 7.310 cases. A better sup
ply of fresh eggs and the Influence of milk
and favorable weather in producing sections
keeps tho market declining for fresh gathered.
Trade Is quiet, holders anxious to sell, and
prices are 2c lower, closing weak. Storage
eggs supply most of the trade, and with a
gooc l movement prices are held steady. State,
Pennsylvania and nearby, hennery whites and
fancy. 42®4. - ;c: small. [email protected]; gathered. 37 s
41c; hennery, browns, fancy, 30 @ 40c; gath
ered. [email protected]: fresh gathered extras. 30<5?
40c; firsts, 86 37 c; seconds. 34® 30c; fresh
and late gathered, lower grades. 8O0S$c; re
frigerator, fancy, 27'£@2Sc: firsts. [email protected];
second*. - 2592514 c; thirds. 23 4 £ 24 c ; poor,
22{i'23c: dirties. No 1. 22<3>23c; under grades.
iS«2lc: checks. [email protected]; limed, choice, 24^c.
FRCITS — DRIED — No demand for evap
orated apples, and forced sales would have to
be made at concessions. FRESH — Apples in
free supply .and active demand. Cranberries
dull and weak. Strawberries firm and higher.
Oranges In liberal . supply and show-ins wide
range in quality and value; best stock boIU
well. Tangerines and mandarins nrm for
choice. Grapefruit firm. PineanpU"? higher.
APPLES, table sorts, bbl. $2 2."@ $4 50: Rus
set. $2<®s2 25: Far Western, boxes. $1 25<g>
$3 50: CRANBERRIES. Capo Cod. bbl. $2 ."io<3>
$5: Early Black. [email protected]: Jersey. $3 50994;
STRAWBERRIES, Florida, quart. [email protected];
ORANGES'. Pineapple, box. $1 50 ©*3 75; other
Florida. $1 ©$3: Porto Rico. r,nc-552 75; Cuban.
[email protected] 50: California, $l<i?s3; Arizona, half
lox. Si SS#sß: tangerines, Florida, strap,
$1 [email protected]$3: Porto Rico, half box. [email protected]$l:
Cuban. (149 $1.15; mandarins. Florida, strap.
51 SO s2 25: GRAPEFRUIT. box. SI 25©
$4 50; Cuban. 7"c.?52 75: Porto Rico, [email protected];
Nassau. $1030*2 87: PINEAPPLES, Florida,
crate. Sl«2s2 50: Cuba. [email protected] 25; Porto Rico.
950«i/S2 50.
HOPS — Advices from the Pacific Coast in
dicate quiet trading, but holders firm, with
no disposition to make concessions. In New
York State there is continued steady buy!ng
Local market milet
HAY AND STRAW— Receipts continue li«h*
and market well sustained at the high values
ruling. — Timothy, prime large ba'<?3.
100 lb. $1 17*4 20; No 3 to No 1. $1 02 v, @
SI 15; shipping. 07V»c®$l: packing. 65«70c:
clover and clover mixed. ©SI 10. STRAW
— Long rye. SO. ft ßsc: short and tangled- rye.
fiOe: oat and .wheat. We,
POULTRY— ALlVE— Receipts. 15 cars hy
freight and a few scattering coops by express.
Fair trading, but the market lacks snap, and
with more stock to come in the tone .8 weaker.
CHICKENS, spring. rt>, 15c; FOWLS. 16c;
ROOSTERS, old and young. 10Ho; TURKEYS,
13®17c: DUCKS. 17c; GEESE. 13314 c; GUINEA
FOWLS, pair. 50c: PIGEONS, pair. 30c.
Dressed — Supplies continue light, but a little de
mand for fancy soft meated roasting chickens
and heavy fowls covers bulk of business; offer
ings are more than ample for requirements and
market continues very unsatisfactory. Western
advices strong, with prices there relatively
higher than here, and nothing to warrant actual
change in Quotations. Dry packed— TURKEYS.
Western, scalded. 22g25e: dry ricked, selected
young hens and toms. 24 l §23c;falr to good. 22®
23c; old toms. 21c: Southern, dry picked. 2Z%G
23c: scalded. [email protected]; capons, Philadelphia. 20
<S3oc; Ohio. 22<g:26c, other Western, 1^(5250:
broilers, Philadelphia, fancy squab, pair, 75&S0c;
fancy, 4 R> to pair and under, It>. 285230 c; Penn
sylvania, 24®25c: Western, dry picked, milk fed,
fancy, frozen, 28c; fresh, 245?23c; corn fed,
fancy, frozen, 25c; fresh, 19^21c; Michigan,
scalded. lOS-Oc: other Western, [email protected];
CHICKENS, roasting. Philadelphia, fancy, 9 Ib
and over to pair. [email protected]; Pennsylvania, 8 Tb,
[email protected]: Western, dry picked, milk fed. [email protected];
coin fed. 10®19 T-2C;T -2C; Ohio t-nd Michigan. JO®
19'ic; other Western. lS®l9c; CHICKENS,
mixed weights, Philadelphia, 23c; Pennsylvania.
15018 c; Western, milk fed, dry ricked, i9Ho;
corn fea. 170; scalded. IGVic; Ohio and Mich
igan, 16H©l"c; CHICKENS, 1501GC; FOWLS,
Western, boxed. 60 !t> and over, dozen. 18c; 43
n>. 17 l ie; 36 to 42 tb. [email protected] 5 -c; Western, bar
rels, dry picked, heavy. 17c; small, [email protected];
Ohio and Michigan, scalded, 17c; other Western,
ll®17c; OLD COCKS. 13 ! ,ic; DUCKS. Ohio and
Michigan. [email protected]; Western. 18620 c; GEESE,
Wisconsin, stuffed, fancy, 15c; WeuVtrri. lr.^lSc;
SQUABS, prime, large, white, doz/n, $2 75355;
poor dark. $150; culls, ,V)©73c; GUINEAS.
spring. 3 Ib and over, pair, $1.
G.-OlK Prime large rabbits in moderate
supply and fairly held. Jack ratbits in little
demand. Wild ducks steady. ' ■
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES —
and sweet potatoes dragging. at lower figures.
Onions higher. Cabbages weak and lower.
Other ..winter... veseubles_pjentjf.ul and . selllr.s
slowT;'. Artichokes more plentiful. New beets
and carrots dull. Celery steady. ' Cauliflowers
selling v.ell at low prices. Chicory and escarole
higher. Eggplants slow. Kale and spinach
lower. Lettuce steady. Leeks dragging. Peas
weaker. String beans lower. Peppers dull.
Par.«iey steady. Tomatoes higher. POTATOES,
Bermuda, second crop, bbl, S3gs4 75; Maine, in
bulk. ISO ID. ,«1 62252; 16S It) bag. ?1 [email protected] 75;
state and Western, in bulk, ISO tt>. $1 50g|l 75;
H»5-Ib ba«r, $1 [email protected]?l 00; Western. 150-rb bag,
$1 253*1 35; frosted stock. 75c^l 23; SWEET
POTATOES, Vine!and, basket. [email protected]$l; other
Jersey and Delaware, 40gS5c: ARTICHOKES.
California, drum, $145?515: ANISE. New Orleans,
bbl, .<2 50<@$3 25: BRUSSELS SPROUTS, quart.
4<33c; BEETS. Charleston, 100 bunches. $3854;
New Orleans, $2gs3; Bermuda, crate, $125®
50: CARROTS, old. ton, [email protected]$14: b6l or bag.
$1: Charleston. 100 bunches. [email protected]$1 50. New Or
leans. SlsoigS2; Bermuda, crate. [email protected]$l 25;
CABBAGES. Danish, ton. $2P®$2S: domestic,
$16©$1S; 100, $3>556: bb!, 5128®5179; red. ton.
[email protected]; btl, $liO<3S2: Florida, new. red. bbl
•crate, $2«352 2,"i; CUCUSIBEP.S. basket. $1 SO©
$2 50; CELERY, case. $1 2o'gs2: California. $4$
$4 50; etate and Jersey, ca?e. 31 52 25; dozen.
Ke-iSc; CAULIFLOWERS. Long Island, bbl $1
@$3 50: Florida, ba'ket. 75eeS] 75: California,
case. (125®5173: half case. 85cf$l; CHICORY
:ind ESCAROLE. New Orleans, bb!. ?2 50;aS3 50;
EGGPLANTS. Florida. box. $14f$3 50; Cuban.
SIGSI: HORSERADISH. 100 rt bbl, $4a?i5475;
KALE. Norfolk, bbl. 405-"0 c: KOHLRABI. New
Orleans. 100 bunches. $2 W^s3 50; LETTUCE.
Charleston, basket. 73c^Sl 50; Florida, fancy,
$2 [email protected]?3 50; basket or box, 73c(ii?2 85; New Or
leans bbl. 52353; basket, 7.V<§sl 25; LEEKS,
New Orleans.' 100 bunches. tWM&i LIMA BEANS.
Bermuda, box, $4''? s4 50; ONIONS. Cuban, crate.
52 25; small white nickie, [email protected]; state and
Western, white. f>oc!7fsl; yellow, bag. SI 850
S2 25; red. $1 7.*>US2 l2; Oranre County, red or
yellow, Si 25;?$£: Connecticut Valley, yellow.
51 40(?I$l 60: OKRA. Florida, carrier. •:S!T$6;
Cuban. $80*7; PEAS. Florida, basket; [email protected];
Bermuda, box. $s®s6: PEPPERS. Florida, larse
box. $2 50fi$3; carrier or casket. 1125012:
Cuban, carrier. $I^-$1 75; PARSNIPS, bbl. $1"?
$150; PARSLEY, New Orleans, curly. $4ss4 50;
plain. MOJC7; basket. $1 7" 17 X": Bermuda, crate.
*1508#17S~: ROMAINE. Florida, basket. 75c©
*1 50: Bermuda, crate, 75c0f1 75; RADISHKS.
Norfolk, basket. $1 75?<'$2: SHALLOTS, Now Or
lears, bbl. $2652 50; STRING BEANS. Florida.
wax. fancy, basket. $3 50SS4; green. $4f?s4 50:
noor to good. $l<ff?3: SPINACH, Norfolk, bbl.
$1«$1 75; SOU ASH, ?125^.*2 25; Florida, white,
box. $1(S?1 .V): Cuban, box. SI; TURNIPS. ruta
baga, bbl. fiOci?«l; New Orleans, white. Sl"soiSs
52 TOMATOES, Florida, c?rrier, [email protected] ,*0:
ruiMß $ISsl 75; WATERCRESS. 100 bunches,
[email protected]
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
New York. January 26. 1910.
BEEVES — Receipts. 165 cars, or 3.003 head.
Including 132 cars for slaughter and 33 for
market. Steers In mor» liberal supply, and
very dull, at a decline of 13©25 c. with 2
cars held over. Bails easier; medium %ml
good cows. [email protected] lower; thin cows about
steady at Jersey City, but [email protected]>c lower at
the 60th st vnrds. Medium to prim steers
sold at $453(35»i35 per 100 lb: oxen. $4 ti
S3 25; bulls. *3 750 55 25: cows. $2 70 5 54 25;
1 choice fat cow at $4 50. Milch cows sold
ai $:[email protected]". and good stock was steady;
medium, and common lower. Dressed beef
lower at S.-giOc per lb. Exports. 23 catt;.;
to Bermuda.
Sales — S. Sanders: IS Ohio steers. 1252 lb
average. $6 35 per l"0 (b; ID. 1212 lb. $6 10;
19. 11 S3 Ib, $6 10; 20 Indiana. 1160 lb. SO 05;
14 Western. 1039 lb. $5 25; 3 bulls. 1700 lb,
$."5 25: 1. ISSO lb, 54 75: 2. 1135 lb. $4 50; 1.
<!50 !b. $3 75: « cows, 133 lb, $4 25; 15. 000
)b. $3 70; 0. 776 lb. $2 85.
McPhersor. & Co.: .13 Virginia steers. 1271
lb. $6: 23. 11?.'. lb. $•'! 7.V 22 Kentucky. 1106
Ib, S3 90; 21. 1076 lb. $5 05; 20. 1114 lb. $* 50;
23 Ohio. 1042 lb, $810: 1 ox. 1630 lb. $4: 1
bull. 1010 lb. 0S; 5. 1064 Ib. $4 «0; 2. 96^
lb. $4 30; 1, ."SOO lb. $3 73: 3 Virginia heifers.
1013 lb. $4 85: 1 cow. 1030 lb. $4 25; 2. 975
'b $3 CO: 7. 947 lb. S3 55; 36. 653 lb. $3 25; 6.
847 lh, $3 20; 22. 783 lb, $2 S3.
Newton & Co.: 20 Virginia steers. US'! lb.
sr. 65: 12, HOI Ih, $3 45: 5, 060 lb. $4 85: 1
bull. 1780 lb. $3 23; 1. 14rtO lb. *4 73.
Tohin & Shannon: 2 bulls, 1203 lb. $4 70;
2 f-00 Ih. $4 30: 1 cow. 1200 lb. *3 50: 4. 903
lb. S3 40; 2. SSO lb, $3 33: 1. 920 lb. $2 90:
6. 70" lb. $2 SO.
8. Judd A- Co.: 1 bull. 000 lh. $4 35; 2 cows.
sor> It. $2/;n: 1 miiv-»r for *SO.
Andrew Mullen: 1 bull. 12S> Tb. $4 70; 3. 1150
m. SI <iO: I. 960 lb.S4 25: R. 710 rb, S4: 6 cows,
MS n, J3S.V 1. 930 tb. $3 25: 27. 737 IT). $3:
P. 7 <: n>. $2 70.
John Du^ey: 1 ox. 1300 rb. $150; 2. 13«0 tb.
$4 20; 1 bull. PRO tb. $4 50 : 2. 780 1b..5»2!.: 9
row*. 1088 It). $3 50; 1. 960 ft. $3; 6. 752 It).
$2 73.
Nelson & McCabe: 1 ox. 1720 tt>. $5 23; 2.
lPftrt tb. $4 50: 1 row. 1220 ft. $4 50; 4. 765 lb.
$3 20: 4. 1T..1 ft, $3.
J. G. Curtis & Pon: 1 ox. ir»<W Tb. $175: 1
hull. 1120 Hi. «4 7"- S. 1110 tb. $4 70; B. -C<» IT.,
*4<!O ; 2. 000 Th $130: 1. 700 ib, S4 : 1. ABo n>.
73: 1 . cow. f«o<> Th *4 2^: 1. oco0 c 0 tb. ** 7.'.:
IK. 0"9 rb. $3 50: 21 P'.l Vh $*40: r 7fio rh.
13 85* 14, 821 rb. $3 30; 2. 040 tb. VI ?V S. fil7
m S3 13: 10. 722, Tb. $3 10- 1. 835 rh. $3: R.
r.no it«. *3 0V 2. 855 Ib. 1385: 23. 7-12 tb. S2 75
12. «40 Th. *2 70.
Lruia Hellbrunn: 10 fresh cows. $405553 per
hf»<v ,
CM.VF.S - R«e#iTtta, lino. inrl"d!ni- lin fir
market. Most of the tracMnsr *M at the fi^th
street var^n. where veil* w»r«» at-'Tiv m stronir;
no rood veals nt Jersey City, and the un<!er
irt'N w»re fully BOa lnwi>r: v«»ry few Mrnvnnl
na lvm off<»r^f^. tin f«i>!-,n» «»ii*r: no -u-^tfrnis
Common to choice veal* xnM at ** r/)!fr$11 n#r
](>0 Ih- cilin. $M»*l6: ha'tiyard sri fe<l cVvm
at $1 »15'?ir4 PO. rtre.i--d etlv« n!ow nt 101t13*io
for city di-»-ii«^-i veal«. O'iit'ic for eeuntrv
drMMfl, and 7®oc for dressed barnyard and fed
calves.
Pales— J. O. CnrMi * Son: <!f» ven'n. 14.', m
«>'ern(;e. fil per 100 rtv n 10^ »*, #1(17', '.it
13.1 tr. mo r.o- 17. 'tis rh. jior.o- 2 12* „ "sif» :
H. 117 rh. Jim- SO. 11.1 n. St>»3- <1 m rb"
% B. ISW& $7CO: 4 culii us "*• ?«.••'■ ?
!?O tt». %*. N't,
N>'«rn f- 'McOibe: 11 V MI«, ISO lt> Ill'i'S
110 lb. $10 50; 1. 170 It>. $10; 10. 114 It). >:>•
5. 100 n>. $8- 5 culls. 100 rb. *5: S fed calves.
183 m, $3 50; 8 barnyard calves. ISO ■>, $4.
Andrew Mullen: 2 veals. 191 ■>. $11: 5. 131 !>>.
S3: 20 mixed calves. 112 !t<. 00; 2 fed calves,
215 rb. $5 50: 4 207 It), It 00: 3 barnyard calve 3.
163 ft. $4: 3 yeariiiu?. 4V. It.. S3 62 I.*.1 .*.
' V7.-JI. Hume: I veals. 146 m. $11: 17. 118 ID.
*10G0; 1. 10S It). $9 50: 6. 125 lb. $0: 1. 80 lb.
$5 50.
George & U" S. Dlller.l>ack: 9 veals. 159 ft,
$-11 5. 120 Id, $10 75; 2. 145 Ib. $7: 2 culls. 132
, r&, so. — :,«.-.'
John Ducey: 23 veals, 144 Ib. $11. -
S. Judd & Co.: 7 veals. 117 rb. $S CO: 45. 120
rb, ,$s 25: 34, 112 Ib $7 75: 4 barnyard calves.
350 rb. $4.
Kerns Commission Company: 12 Indiana veals.
142 Ib $9 25; 3 160 lb. $6; 15 Indiana calves.
552 n>. $4 50.
S. Sanders: 17 veals. 119 !b. S9. 2S. 119 rb.
$8 50; 22 barnyard calves, 241 Ib. $4.
SHEEP and LAMBS — Receipts. 33 car 3. or
7.3fi6 bead, including 20 cars for slaughter and
4 for market- C care on sale. Sheep weak, in
sympathy with the decline in lambs: most lambs
of common and medium quality and 25<?35c
lower; the few prime were about steady, as com
pared with yesterday, but 25c lower than Mon
day. Pens cleared. Common to prime sheep
eo:a at [email protected] 50 per 100 lb: culls, $3; ordinary to
fair lambs. $7 25355; a few small lots, prime,
5550: culls, $0 50; Western yearllr.es. $7 25:
dressed mutton easy. PVMIIIe: dressed lambs
lower. 12?Tl3Hc: country dressed hothouse lambs
weak. $0090 50 per carcass.
Sales — Commission Company: 98 In
diana lambs, C 9 Ib average, $7 65 per 100 rt>- 251
Western. 62 ib. $7 35; 234 Buffa.o. 63 Tb, $7 25:
23." Western yearlings. 73 Ib. $7 25: 11 Indiana
sheep. 80 lb, $5 50: 21. 121 Ib.. $4 7.">.
Newton & Co.: 231 Ohio lambs. 63 rb. $7 70.
S S. Judd & Co.: 230 Buffa:o lambs, 64 It. $7 50;
5 state. 88 Ib. $7 50.
Andrew Mullen: 8 state lambs. 79 rb. $8 50:
■81 sheep. 126 tb. $5. 5. 64 Ib. $4 50. 2 culls. 75
tb, $3.
S. Sanders: 10 Pennsylvania lambs. €2 Ib.
$7 50. .
J. G. Curtis & Son: 12 state lambs. 74 Ib.
$SSO; 2. 10.-, rb $8; 5 culls. 50 tb. $6 50; 3 state
sheep. 87 Ib, $5; 1. 90 Ib. 54 50.
HOGS— Receipts. 32 cars, or 6.516 head. In
cluding a carload for the market. Prices were
lower, at $3 35®$s 00 per ICO Ib: light pigs might
sell down to $8 25: country dressed ho*s steady.
Sales— S. Sanders: 42 Pennsylvania piss. 106
Ib, $S 35 per 100 tt>; 1 stag. 270 rb. $5.
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
East Buffalo Jan. 25.— CATTLE— Receipts,
850: slow and unchanged. VEALS — Receipts,
200j slow and 25c lower, $&@slO 35. HOGS—
Receipts, 4,30v>: slow; light steady: heavy. 10®
15c lower; heavy and mixed, $S 40©$$ 50; York
ers. $$25®$$40; pigs. $& 25:u$S 30; roughs. $7 SO
£jss; stags, $ti7stfs7 25; dairies. o&ttOso.«ft
SKEEP AND LAMBS— Receipts. 7.400; slow;
ewes and mixed sheep 25c lower: lambs 5c
lower: lambs, $5 S£,@:>S £3: yearlings. $r 853
$7 50: ewes. $5 50355 75. sheep, mixed. $3355 7.».
Kansas City. Jan. — CATTLE —
7.000, including 200 southerns; steady to weak;
choice export and dressed beef steers. $5 75®
$7 05: fair to good. $4 [email protected] 75; Western steers,
$4 50358 50; stockers and feeders. $3 [email protected];
Southern steers. $4 25555 75; Southern cows,
$il [email protected] 30; native cows. $2 75355 25; native
heifers. S3 [email protected] 75: bulls. $3 00&.*4 75 ; calves,
S3 75555. HOGS— Receipts. 14.000; opened 10c
lower; closed steady to strong: top. $» 30; bulk
of sales. $7 [email protected]$8 23: heavy. $S 15Sf S 30: pack
ers and butchers. $8 05<a$8 25; light. $7 75358 10;
pigs. [email protected] 60. SHEEP- Receipts. S.OCO; 10<3
15c lower; lambs. [email protected]; yearlings. $8 25
$7 40; wethers. [email protected]> 75: ewes.. $4 50355 50:
siockers and feeders. $3 25^55 -5. . . . '
Cincinnati. Jan. 26.— CATTLE— Receipts, 732;
slow and weak; fair to good shippers.' $5 25
$•) 10; common. $2 23(354. HOGS — Receipts,
3.069: slow and 15£25 c lower; butchers and
shippers. $8 [email protected]$S37^; common. S5 .'>C-357 50.
SHEEP— Receipts, 375: steady, $3356 25; lambs
weak. 10c lower. $4 75© S5. . ;
. Chicago, Jan. — CATTLE— 19,000;
lOi^loc lower; steers. [email protected]: cows. $3 sCk3s3 25;
heifers. $3 40g$6: bulls, $4 25ig:$5 25; calves. $3<3>
$9 75; stockers and. feeders. $3 [email protected] 60. HOGS
—Receipts. 2S.O0O; market lOijpSc lower; choice
heavy. $S 25®.?S 30; butchers. »8 20*558 80; light
mixed. $B®sS 10; choice light. $S 10<g$S 20: pack
ing-. 58 15(3 $S 25: pigs. $7 [email protected]$S; bulk of sales,
[email protected] 15. SHEEP — Receipts. 18.000; [email protected]
lower; sheep. $s®ss 90; lambs. $7(3$S 25; year
lings. $4 25£57 00. . ,'
Plttsburar. Jan. 23.— CATTLE— Supply light:
choice. S6 35£56 50: prime. $8 Itn{s«3o. SHEEP
— Supply fair; prime wethers, $&&$6 25; culls
and common. [email protected]?5 40; lamb?. $CSSS 30. VEAL
CALVES. $0 50-s*lo. HOGS— Receipts fair;
prime heavies and mediums, $S 50; heavy York
ers. $S4o®sSso; light. 5523; p!gs. ?S"2$S 13;
roughs, ?~SSS.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. Jan. 23. — Wheat was the only grain
here which showed a n« gain at the close of a
day's trading chiefly remarkable for fluctuation.
It advanced from J «c to *ie la the final figures.
Tvhllo corn and oats fell off from a f.rm opening
and finished H#^< down. Provisions, under
the influence of investment buying, showed
strength and closed from 7^c to 25-: up. Range
of prices:
Tester-
Wheat: Open. High. Low. Close, day.
May... . $111 $1 Kj4 $1 09 $1 11 Vs $1 1U 1 *
July. 101 R » 101 »i 100% 101H 101
September. ; 07U 97 3 i 06 3*3 * 9V»$ Soli
Cora:
May 67?; 67 s i <56»; 67 6T"S
July = 67»3 67»a 6R*» W% 67*4
September. . 67 1 * 67 ! * 66 * 6G 3,*3 ,* 67H
Oats .
May... 47 i 47 1 i 46 7 i 47H 47-*
July 44»s 44 3 » 4V-» 43'-^ 43^4
September. 41 , ii":§ ,41, ;l ,.«>i . 41-*
Lard: . ' ' . ' " ."/-■
Janua--... 11 5.% 1185- 11 S3 1155 1170
May 1155 1165 1153 1162 1130
Rits:
January... 11 35 1147. 1135 1147 11 32
May 1117 11 SO 11 IT 1127 1117
Pork • ■ . •
January... — — — 20 30 «qo3
May.., .20 65 CO SO 20 47 20 73 20 32
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liverpool. Jan. — WHEAT — dull;
futures quiet: March. Ss SHd: May. Ss "id.
July, 7s ll'id. CORN — Spot steady; new
American mixed, 5s 7d; old. 5s M; futures,
dull; January. Os 7>gd; March. 5s 7?id. PEAS
— Canadian steady. 73 S^d. FLOUR Winter
patents. 33s 6d. HOPS in London i Pacific
Coast). £.-. IB*O<o 15s. BEEF — Extra India
mess firm. &os. PORK — Prime mess Western
quiet, 10'Js 6d. HAMS— Short cut, C6s. BA
CON — Cumberland cut, steady. 6Ss; short rib,
f.6s 6d; long clear middles, light, firm. 665;
heavy. 6-^s. short clear backs, steady. 645;
clear bellies, 05s 6d. SHOULDERS— Square.
5Cs. LARD — Prime Western, tierces, easy,
ills: American refined, pails. 625. CHEESE —
Canadian finest white and colored, firm. 595.
TALLOW — city, Etea4y. 33s 3d. TUR
PENTINE—Spirits, steady. 435. ROSIN—
Common firm, 10s 4%d. PETROLEUM — Re
fined stead:, % 'd. LINSEED OIL — Steady.
35s Cd.
London. Jar-.. 28. — SUGAR— centrifu
gal, los 6d: muscovado. 12s !M: beet, Janu
ary, 12s 10^d. LINSEED — Calcutta. April-
June. 54s 4*.id. LINSEED OIL — S2s lOVid.
SPERM OIL— £2S. PETROLEUM-— American
refined, 6 'id; spirits. 7d. TURPENTINE^ —
Spirits. 42s 6d. ROSIN — American strained,
10a 4'.id:"flne. 15s 6d.
LONDON WOOL SALES.
London, Jan. 26. — Offerings at the wool
auction sales To-day amounted to 14.363 bales.
principally merinos. There was a keen de
mand from Continental and home buyers, and
prices showed a hardening tendency, with
greasy realizing Is 6d. Crassbreds sold rap
idly to home spinners and Americans at full
rates. Sales follow: New South Wales. 1.300
bales; scoured, is li£[email protected] sijd: greasy. lOd
'JTls 4d. Queensland. 1.000 bales: scoured. Is
[email protected] lid: greasy. >k1;?Jls 2d. Victoria. 2.100
J-ales; scoured. lO'-id-TTIs ll'-id: greasy. 4»id
©Is lid. South Australia. I.ROO bales; scoured.
Is lH<l£)la lOd; greasy,. 6?«[email protected] '-id. West
Australia. 100 bales; greasy. 6i*dig!ls Id.
New Zealand. 4.100 hales: scoured. Is Sci^ls
lOd: greasy. oil^?is 3d. Cape of Good Hope
and Natal. 000 bales; scoured. Is s [email protected] [email protected]
lOKd: greasy. 7^-11 '.d.
FORECLOSURE SALES.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK
—John Oehler. plaintiff, against Abraham C.
Weinjrarten et a!., defendants. — In pursuance
of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly
made and entered in the above entitled action
I inri bearing date the 11th day of January.
1010. I. the undersigned, the referee in said
judgment named, will sell at public auction,
at the Exchanse Salesrooms. Nos. 14-16 Vesey
I Street, In the Dorough of Manhattan. City of
I New York, on the 7th day of February. 1910.
I at 12 o'clock noon, on that day. by Joseph P.
Day, Auctioneer, the premises directed by said
iudr-.r.ent to be sold, and therein described as
follow*:
AH that certain lot. piece or parcel of land
with tie buildtnc thereon erected, situate, lying
and hem.' in the Seventeenth Ward of th«
Borough of Manhattan. City or New York,
and bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southwesterly
side of Eighth Street, distant two hundred and
fifty-four f254> feet and eight <S> Inches
Xorthw-ssterly from the Northwesterly line of
Avenue A: thence running Northwesterly
along the Southwesterly side of Eighth Street
nineteen (lfll f*et seven and one-half (7Vj)
Inchea: thence running Southwesterly and par
allel with Avenue A. eighty-sir fS6> feet six
(6) Inches to the Southerly line of Stuyve
sant Estate: thence running Easterly along
the line of said Estate twelve <12> feet and
three <?>) inches; thence running Southerly
along: the line of «ild Estate sixteen. <\6\ feet
ten (lOt inches; thence running. Southeasterly
■till along the line of said Estate three (3)
fefct: thence running Northeasterly parallel
with Avenue A ninety-seven <«7> feet six (»J>
inches to the potr.t or place of beginnlnj
Dated. New York. January 13«1>. 1010
ELEK JOHN LUDVIGH. Referee.
MULII'S KRAL'SE. Attorney for Plaintiff. No
1 Mar! loan Avenue. Borough of Manhattan
New York City.
The following Is a diagram of the property
to be sold; Its street Number Is 116 St. Mark's
The approximate amount of the lien or
pharee. 10 «atl«fy which the above.de«crlh«rt
property is to be sold. 181 8 Nineteen thousnnd
forty-nine dollars and 17-100 <$10.04U 17-100)
with tnt.re«t thereon from the 7th ay of
January. 1010. io B ethe r with costs and allow
ance amounting to $443 84-100. with interest
from January 12th. 1010. together • w th thi
expenses of the «ale. v
Dated, New York. January lnio
FORECLOSURE SALES.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OK NEW YORK.
— William Henry Reitemeier, Plaintiff,
against Samuel Sllverman et al.. Defendants. —
'In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and
sale, duly made and entered in the above
entitled action and bearing dats the 24th day
of January. 191". I, the undersigned, the
Referee in said Judgment named, will sell at
public auction, at - the Exchange Salesroom.
Xos. 14-18 Vesey St., in the Borough of Man
hattan. City of New York, on the ISth day of
February. 1910, at 1'- o'clock noon on I that
day. by Samuel Marx, Auctioneer., the prem
ises directed by said Judgment to be sold.
and therein described as follows:
A!! that certain lot. piece or parcel of '.an..
with the buildings and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in the Bor
ough of Manhattan. Of the City of New York,
in the County and State of New York,
bounded and described as follow*: ■ *
Beginning at a point on the southerly side
of 7oth Street distant Hi feet TH Inches
westerly from the corner formed by the inter
section of the westerly MAS of 2nd Avenue
with the southerly side of 73th Street, which
point is opposite the centre of a party wall:
running thence southerly parallel with 2nd Ave
nue and part of the distance through the centra
of a party wall 102 feet | Inches to the cen
tre line of the block; thence westerly along
said centre line of the block 20 feet A'? Inches:
thence northerly parallel with 2nd Avenue 102
feet 2% inches to the southerly side of T.V.i
Stree-«. and I thence easterly along the south
erly side of 75th Street 20 feet 4- inches to
the point or place of beginning. Be said sev
eral distances and dimensions more or less.
Premises bcin^r known by ■ th* street number
228 East 73th Street. Nev.- York City.
Dated, New York. January ?6th. 1010.
PATRICK J. DOBSON, Referee.
ALFRED J. WOLFF. Attorney for Plaintiff.
115 Broadway. New York City.
The following is a diagram of the property
to be sold. Its street number is 22S East 73th
Street. New York City:
The approximate amount of the Hen or
chart*, to satisfy which the above-described
property is to be sold. Is Three thousand
ninety-eight and 51-100 dollars (53.005.51).
with interest thereon from the 20th day of
January. 1916. together with costs and allow
ance amounting to Si O3. SB. with interest from
January IMth. 1010. together with tha ex
penses of the sale. The approximate amount
of the taxes, assessments end water rates, or
other liens, which are to be allowed to the
purchaser out of the purchase money, or paid
by the Referee. is $30.00 and interest.
Said premises will he sold sublec; to a first
mortgage of Ten thousand and' oo-100 dollars
($10,000), with accrued interest at 5% per an
num.
Dated. New York. January 26th, 1910.
PATRICK J. DOBSON. Referee.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
I — Nevelson-Goldberg Realty Company, plain
tiff, against Cornelia X- Averill et a!-, de
fendants. ■
In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure
and sale, duly made and entered in the above
entitled action, and bearing date the 19th day
of January, 1910. I. the undersigned, the rer
eree in said judgment named, will sail at
public auction, at the Exchange Salesroom.
."Cos. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York, on th* 11th day
of February, 1010. at 12 o'clock noon on that
day. by Samuel Marx, auctioneer, the prem
ises directed by said judgment to be sold, and
therein described as follows:
■ All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land,
with the buildings and Improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being in the Bor
ough of The Bronx, City of New York, County
and State of New York, known and described
as lot No. 215 on a certain map entitled "Map
of Central Morrisanla. being part of th« Bath
gate Farm, situate in the Manor of Morris
ania. Town cf "West Farms. County of West
chestor. New York." made by Andrew Find
lay. Surveyor, dated February 1. IS3I, and
filed in the clerk's office of Westchester Co..
which said lot is according to said map bound
ed and described as follows: Easterly In front
by the westerly line cf Fordham Avenue:
westerly in the, rear by lot No. 177 on said
map; northerly on on* side by lot No. 216 on
said map: and southerly on the other side by
lot No. 214 on said map; having a width of
50 feet, more or less, in. front, and 50 feet,
more or less, in the rear, and a depth on the
northerly side of 123 feet 8 inches and 130
feet 6 Inches on the southerly side. Together
with a strip of land six inches. more- or less,
in width, lying in front of the premises above
described and included between the old west
erly line of Fordham Avenue and tho present
westerly line" of North Third Avenue, and
which strip is bounded on the north and south
by prolongations of the northerly and south
erly lines ef the lot first above described. Th»
premises above described being known by the
street numbers 4001-4003 Third Avenue. .
Dated New York, January loth. 1910. - -
WILLIAM ALLEN; -
Referee.
EDWARD A. BROWN. ' " .
Attorney for Plaintiff. - - ..
No. 115 Broadway, Borough of 'lanhattaa,
• New York City. - ..-•--. ■< -. =.■■'
.. Ths ; following is a diagram of Qm property
to be sold; its street numbers are 4001 ani
4003 Third Aveniw:
Th-» approximate amount of the Hen cr
chars*, to satisfy which the above described
property is to be sold, is seven thousand e»ven
hundred sixty-two and 09-100 dollars iS7.
762 00-100}. with interest thereon from the, luth
day of January. 1910. together with costs and
allowance amounting to 5376 SS-10Q. with in
terest from January 19th, 1910. together with
the expenses of the sale. The approximate
amount of the taxes, assessments and water
rates or other l io r.s, which are to be allowed
to the purchase, oat of the purchase mor.e*-.
or paid by t!ie referee, is SC6O.CO and Interest.
Said premises will be sold subject to a prior
first mortgage of $33;O0O. -with accrued inter
est thereon at sH<>. per annum, and a secon*
mortgage of $15,500 and accrued interest
thereon at 6% per annum. . Subject also M
party .walls and ordinary covenants against
nuisances, if any
Dated New York. January 13th. 1910.
WILLIAM ALLEN
Referee.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
■ — James 3. Beams. Plaintiff, against John
V. Cruslus at al., Defendant*.
In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure
and sale, duly made and entered in the above
entitled action, and bearing date the lllh day
of January, 1910. I. the undersigned, the
referee in said judgment named, will sell at
public auction, at the Exchange Salesroom.
Nos. 14-16 Vesey Street, in the Borough of
Manhattan. City of New York. on the seventh
day of February. 1910. at 12 clock noon on
that day. by Joseph P. Day, Auctioneer.- the
premises directed in said judgment to be sold,
and therein described aa follows:
All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being In the First Ward of
the City of New York, and known as No. 75
South Street, bounded and described as fol
lows:
Beginning at the comer formed by the
Intersection of the northwesterly line of South
Street and the southwesterly line of Maiden
Lane, 2nd running thence westerly along the
northwesterly line of South Street, thirty-five
feet four inches; thence northwesterly and
parallel or nearly so with the southwesterly
tine of Maiden Lane twenty-seven feet; thence
cortheasterly and parallel or nearly so with
che northwesterly line of South Street, tan
feet: thence southeasterly and parallel or
nearly so with the southwesterly line of Mai
den Lane, «ix feet six Inches to the centre of
a party- wall: thence northeasterly along the
centre line of said party-wail, twenty-six feet
to the southwesterly line of Maiden Lane and
thence southeasterly along the same twenty
two feet to the point or place of beginning
Be the said several dimensions more or less. •
Dated. New York. January 17th. 1910
WILLIAM A MCQUAID. Referee.
JACOB BRENNER. Plaintiff's Attorney. 29
Court Street, Brooklyn. New York.
The following is a diagram of the property
to be £o:J; its street number ia 75 Souta
Street:
1
The approximate amount of. the Men or
charge to satisfy which the above described
property is to be sold is $36,072.-19. with in
terest thereon from January 10th. 1910. to
gether with costs and allowance amounting to
$375.53, with interest from January 11th. 1910.
together with the expenses of the sale. Th*
approximate amount of the taxes, assessment*
and water rates or other liens which are to be
allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase
money, or paid by th© Referee, Is $0*9.63. be
sides water meter rents sinca May oth. 1900.
toother with the interest.
Dated. New York. January 17th. 1010.
WILLIAM A. McQUAID.. Referee.
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FORECLOSURE SALES.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YOKK.
— Twenty-third Ward Bank of the •. •; 0|
New York. Plaiatiif. against Rae Ginsberg aM
others, i_-».ei.r;anc«.
In pursuance of a JrvHitwl of foreclosure
and sate. duly mace and entered In tb* above
entitled action and Marina dat« the lirth day
of October. IWJ. I. the undersized, me f.«fer:«
in said judgment named, will sell i. public aac
tlon. at th* Exchange Salesroom, No*. 14-1S
Ve*ey Street, In me Borough cf Manhmtiin.
City of .New York. on the litn day of November,
l!«jy. at 12 o'ctoci: neon on taut day. by I ••Pa
P. Day. Auctioneer, the premises directed %br
»a..l t-- a- -r- - t mi urn twii, dull waereUt u-. .-« 1
as follows.
Ail that certain plot, piece or pare*! ■
land, with . tne building* ami irnprovei&*st»
thereon erected, situate, lying and beinc la
i:ie . oroi-gh of jiannattan. of th* City •■
New York. in the County and R*-ue of *•••
York, bounded »SA deacrJbed as follows:
Eerir.r.ing at a point on tile Southerly sJa»
of H6:h Street, distant 125 feet Easterly frota
the corner formed by the Intersection of th«
Southerly side or Hath Street with the- East
erly side of Broadway; running thence East
erly along the Southerly side of 146 th Street,
3. feet « inches, thence Southerly paratHl
with Broadway, ad feet 11 Inches to tie centr*
line of th« block; thence Westerly along sail
centra -linn of tie block. 37 feet a t--scie»;
thence Northerly parallel with Broadway. &•
feet 11 lnche* to the point or plac* of be
ginning.
And also all that certain lot. piece or parcel
of land, with the buildings and improve meats
thereon erected, situate, lying ami being la
the Borough cf Manhattan. City, county and
Mate of New York, bounded and described a*
follows •
Beginning at a point on the Southerly sM*
t>t U6th Street, distant one hundred and sl.xty
two feet six inches Easterly from the corner
formed by the intersection of the Southerly
side of I4«th Street and the Easterly side cf
Bi^a^way. formerly Eievontb Aveaue or Bou
levard; running thence Southerly parallel wit. 1 *
Broadway and part of the way through a.
party v wall ninety-nine teei and eleven tnche*
to the centre line of the block: thence East
erly along said centre line of the bicck. thirty
seven tee* six Inches; thence Northerly, a*a!-»
parallel with Broadway, ninety-nine feet eleven
inches to the Southerly sldo of 146tb Street:
and thence Westerly alone the Southerly sld*
or 14*? th Street thirty-seven teet six '.ache* to
the point or p!aee of beginr.r^s. Be sail several
dimensions more or less
Dated New York. October 22d. 1906.
._ CHAS. L. COHN. Referee.
LEXOW. M ' .-:-■* WELLS. Attorney*
for Plaiatirr. 43 Cedar Street. Manhattan.
New York City.
The following is a diagram of the oropertT
to be sold: Us street su:;.: i.- Hi Hi Wes*
1-ieth Street:
The approximate amount of the lisn «•»
charge, to satisfy which the above describe*!
property is to be sold, 1* Twenty-two MM
and torty-slx and SO-lOu Dollars (52.246 $<>\
with interest thereon from the Sth day ci
October. 19C0. together wita cost* and allot 1 -
ance amounting to $201 with Interest from
October 10th. 1909. together with the expenses)
of the said. The approximate amount of th*
taxes, assessments and water rates, .or etber
liens, which are to be allowed to •- ■ pur
chaser out of the purchase money, or pal* by
the Refer**, is #1.831.24 and interest.
Dated. New York. October 22nd. 1305 V.
CHAS. L. COHN. Refsre*
The foregoing sale Is hereby adjourned to
Fr»<iay. November 26th. 1309. at the same Me]
and place. . ,• »-,'- -- -
Dated. New York. November ISth. 130*.
CHAE. L. COtfN. .
The foregoing sale is lwr*r>y farther c*»
Journed to Friday. December Srd. 1909. ••
the same time and place.
Dated. New Ycrk. November 2€th. 190?.
CHa?. Lv COHN. Ref»~»
The foregoing sale is hereby further a**
Journed to Friday, December lCth. 1009. a*
the same time and place.
Dated. New York. December 3rd. 19CS.
CHAS. L. COHN. Refits-
The foregoing sale is hereby farther «<•*
journed to Friday. December 17th, 1209. aS
the same time and place. '
Dated. New York. December 10th. 190*
CHAS. L. COHX. Rsferef
The foregoing sale Is hereby further • -».
Journed to Friday. December Mtb. 1209. at
the »am» time and place.
Dated. New York. December 17th. 1909
■ IS. L COHN. Refer**
; The foregoing tale is hereby further *»»
JourneJ to Friday. December. list. ]M as
th* sarae time and place. • .
Dated. Xew York. December 24th. 190?
CHAP. L COHN; Refer--.
Th» forcgolnr sale is hereby further »4jourrw«t
to Friday. January Uth. 1310. a* the Mia* tins
and place _
Dated. New York. D^ceiater list l!>»
CHA3. T. COHN. H«f*r^.
The foree^n* sale is hereby farther a*-»
}cmr(t*d to Friday, February 4th. 1310. >■ ->■*
same time and place.
Dated. New York. January 14th. 1910.
CHAS. L COHN. Refers.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
Francis Frey. plaintiff, against' Libby Ep
stein et al.. defendants. — In pursuance of .*
judgment of foreclosure and sale. duly mad*
ami entered in th? above entitled action and
bearing date the 13th day of January. 1910. T.
the undersigned, tiia Referee m said judgment
named, will sell at public auction, at the Ex
change Salesroom. Nos. lt-16 Vc3?y street. \r\
the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York,
Ml the 15th day of February. 1910. at VI
o'clock noon on that day. by Joseph T. Da-*.
Auctioneer.-- the premises directed b-- said
judgment to ;t+ sold, ana therein described a*
follower- •' '-■ '~ ■-... .-—■
All that certain lot. piece, er pares! of luni.
wiifc.,tj»e buildlnss and Improvements tbsrecn
erected. sttoat*. \-ir.s and bein^ ta Un Bor
ough of Manhattar, of the City of New York,
in th« County and State of New York, bounded.
and described as follows:
Beginning- at a point on the Northerly std 1 *
of One hundred and thirteenth Street, distant
Two hundr-ii and three '203' 1 feet, five and
one-half is'») inches Wester! v from th->
Northwesterly corner of Park (formerly
Fourth) Avenue and Ore hundred and • '.
teenth Street and which r^t"t la at or oppo
site to the centre of a party wall: runnin^r
thence Northerly, parallel with Park Avenue
and part of the distance through the said
party wall. One hundred (100* feet cloven iXX ►
inches to the centre line of the block: thencs
Westerly, parallel with Ore hundred and
thirteenth Street. Twer.ty-a*-a (25) fee* on=»
and one-half t'l?;> Inches: thence South«rlr.
again; parallel with Park Avenue and part of
the distance through the centre of anathr*
party wall. One hundred <100) feet" eleven
(11 > inches 10 the Northerly side of One hun
dred arrd thirteenth Street: thence Eastsrlv.
along the said Northerly sid« of One hundred
end thirteenth Street. Twsnty-2ve c .-5) feet
one and one-half (1^) Inches to -- - point cr
place of beginning.
DatetJ. New York. January 13. 1010 ■
EDWARD W. CRITTENDEN".
Referee
V.". GIBBiZS WHALEY, Esq. Attorney fa?
Flaintiff. 27 William ?tre«t. Borou^j ci
Manhattan, City of New TorJi.
The following is a diagram of th« proper'.-^
to cp sold; its street Number Is "1 East lWt!»
Ul
ac
>■
Th» approximat3 anouav of th» Uec ••»
charge, to-satlsfr wti.b th» above d»scrfte.l
property is to bi sola. Is Six thousand e!sh'
hucjre-a e!cht-en and thirty-four \\\m\
dredths (sti.s,lS.34> Dollars, witi tat»eat
thereon from ths 7tli day of January. ii»<>
together with ccsta and allowance aniountiriT
to two huadretl ninety- flve and Si-io-i
(5295.38) Dollars, with interest fro- Jw
uary :r,th. 191*. together with ths expsnsas
or the sale. The approximate amount d tb»
taxes, .^viesameats ana water rates, c- oti«»
lien^. which are to be allowed to tha ru»
chaser out *! the purchase ra«m«y, or pal* b»
the e^f c - ii four hundred weary ~ar.i
SB-100 Dollars as.l Interest.
The premises are to be soli object ta %
first mortgage to secure the paymen- ot tfc'
*Ji™ ?. ' ? ty """""a '$20.000. 00-.' Dollar*
ana interest at five (3t,> per csn'ana «••
ar.t.urn from September Ist 1900 c- 3 - 3^ F -<*
Date^. New York. Ja-u»ry ISth &§a
EDWARD W. CRITTENDEV.
Referesl
CITATIONS.
"HE PEOPLR OF THE STATE OF NEW
• ioix. by tfce srrace of God fr«« and tad?
per-fient.—To CaariU* C. Brown. Ells* Wright.
Natalie Delnocs. Anaia OB- •-. th* Wotd*
*. awn . Cemetery. Argelo O. Delsoce. if mti
Angelo o. Delnoce La % .:viag. whose pise» of
residence Is unknown and cannot, after dili
gent inquiry, b* ascertained by t>s« pdti:!one
nerein. and Louis Delnoce (th« nair.- Louia
sometimes written and spelled Lew 1 ftS i
•aid CamilUi C. Brown, th* h«irs-A--:*Tr «nii
next of kin of said Asgelo O. Delaoce. In
«*< said Anselo O. Delnoce b« decea^«d. ami
the creditors, executors, administrators, lei?al
representative and aasi*ns and all and a-y
other person or persona interested in th* «•
tate of said Ar.selo O. Delnoce. in case mi*
Ansclo O. Delnoce be deceased, whoa* names
&lte« and places of residence are unknown
and cannot, after diligent . Inquiry. be ascer
tained by th« petitioner herein, and to a'l
person? Interested in th« estate of Ann Re
becca Delaoee. late of th« County of x«w
\orjs dectased. as creditors, legatees, next
of kin or otherwise, send greeting: Toa and
each of you ar« hereby cited and required
p«Monally to be and appear befor*. our Sur
rogate of the County of New York at th*
Surrogates' Court of said County. held at
ihe Hall of Records, in the County of New
ior*. on the 2srb day cr January. 1010. -at
half-past ten o'clock in th > forenoon or that
day. then and there to attend a Judicial set
tlement of the account of proceedbm ••
Vincent R. Delnoce. as executor of the ta»t
\MI. a.ia Testament of said deceased, and
«uct- of you as are hereby cited as are under
.he a«» of twenty-one year* are reouired t>
appear by your guardian, if you have on*,
or it you have none, to appear and *pply for
one to he appointed, or in the «v«nt ot your
nes'*et or failure to c"r> so. a guardian will
be appointed by the Surrogate to r«pr**«nt
tnd act for you In th* proceeding ••»"«•"«
la testimony whereof, w« have ' caused
r«t.,i i 12* *?l S. f the Surrosate*" Court oC
faeal.l the said County of N«w Tork to b*
hereunto affixed - ■ "* "•
Witness. llon -., John p. Cohalar.. a Surro
v« v« 2B2 Br .K 8al c Coua 15 ' « th « County of
New Tnrk. the Sth day of December
and rune d° n thou **- n^e .hundred
' _„ DANIEL J. DOWDNET
Clerk of ts* yurrogafeV Cocrt.
TYPEWRITING AND TYPEWRITERS.
VJCT6« VISIBLE. 79 Nassau «.- ca-*lo«u«
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