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COTTON MEN HEARD
ATTACK EXCHANGES.
jl ... Under Predicts So
Attempt at Regulation.
[From Th« Tr'>tr.t Bureau.]
nashinstoaj l>b. 9.-One of the most in
, c; Isl and xxell informed leader? of the
Hoase predicted to-day that no action wiU
v talcea by Consress at this session pro
riflSns for "federal regulation of produce
«ctansca He dociai-ed that the subject
•iscf so much imponancc. so intricate
and the evil of produce exchanges so Inter
rC ven with ?CK>d that more time wfll be
rr^uiT-ed for thorough consideration of tho
*^Se" T. Hubbard. president of the
vrw Vr»-k Cotton Exchange, and Arthur I>.
\.,~^ a member of that organization.
wwtested to the President to-day against
;.. f prOfPoWd legislation, and «i!l l^e -■'
by the commWec to-morrow. Those In
terested in the plain to stop the cv s js ari,
♦nr from unscrupulous conduct of pre-3-
S exchanges point -out that the bene-
W '^.-i detriments of these concerns are
,0 : nvone-i that Jt will be difficult to check
,n.re E«nhltng and a^re only leg t rni.te
„,,:=--- ]t is rraliied that exchanses arc
„%--" P l Instramenta in modern economic
S tha, u.cy are preat central m,r
l*>* which arc absolutely necessary- ah
.;^ that bucket shops should be ,up
,-c^.4d bit it is realized tha« in
„ 1 th^ bucket shop extreme care -•>
i*v* to be teken to avoid tnn f *^ n
„„. DUS inesa There is al*o a Beofimenx
pass * ! * w for tlie I**,
1
n^heaxtas on tha raWect to-day. T. J.
J.; 1 ,; Tennessee, represeatins ***
i-"3^n made a stron? plea tor
vl:";,^ on'^e srovnd that the cotton

proo-cers. w> crt «t"n market b>
11 ' a a^- market. whUe
to? av exceptionally hUh prices for
~ n ~, SodT^ra the market waa pushed
m ■*?**& tevet In discussing the New
SJS Exchanse; he characterized
■ t^'V-« 'a- -heflscrs7 and epeeulators,
- ■■-'
r^o»lie» II hi net required to publish a
tmement pf its affairs, as her corpora
iions are. . - M.
-r- „hat moral principle. 1 he asked, IS
cm e'e— of citirer.s obliged to make up for
the' losses of another class, for where one
another must lose? The original in
jtctioa of t^e cotton --■■:■■ to bnng
the buyer and teller together has been
eliminated in the development of the 7^*
c::t rxchar.ee practices.
-We are wUlmff to abide by the results
r' abolishing futures he &a:d, depicting
„' r . temptations held out •■ the prospective
.":'., : », r Vi -v o lafr "come into the game"
iafl : 'set -frozen out." He declared that
ficnanses aggravated the catnral fluctua
1 cut zv.<i denied that they ■ - led to
prices. He believed that "suckers
fi -e not al! dead." ar-d read newspaper rc
rr-r of scalping markets, sudden declines
tn<3 "things done in the dark- to affect
Under the BhadOfr of the eiclianges, com
pttilion among local bayers bad been
eliminated in the South, he said, and lie
charged ti:° of a tacit under
standing in tho cotton kad tobacco belts
for division of territory.
Characterized by Mr. Lw.cr, of South
Carolina, as the Urges! consumer of cot
joa in the South. IvC-nis TV. Paxl:cr, of
ijrferA-ille. c. C. declared that the ex
cl:ang-*? sre not as advaniase, cither to
The consumer or the producer, and that it
ro»rncd Ui+pczslhle to make them realize
Urn tairiie**-or ihe complaints acainst them.
■■D:-/r icj think that r,e would have a
I c:.,c :r> buj Ing cotton If esohanjes were
er^lished? * Mr. Parker r.as asked.
•V.'c would abide by the results." he ar,-
F-rered. "The abEence cf exchanges -would
:erolirtsonixe the character of the present
bastaCEE. We would readjust our bu^inets.
Tbere would be no difficulty in effecting re
tfljtistment T rtcommend requisition of
tbe exchaUees- I -would make the ex
chir.^es rcfpcnsivc to tpot conditions."
' HSS- the cotton producer this year real-
T«-i through speculation more than he
"c-jl'j heir, ultbout speculation?'* was
tit:*-'..

Georze W. Neville, of the Kew TorJ: j
Cottca E^chance. denounced the report cf j
tb? Conimlrf ioTTEr of Corporations, Herbert
Xr.?x Sm:t^. as a "masterpiece cf theory,"
bat '^ckins In practicality.
Dc::i.r;r.z that he liad been MlltoS spot j
ectton to the mills for twenty years and
had found 9d per cert of the tpinners bears. ;
CharlcE £. TTebb. a broker, contended for j
* v*u * necessity of "hedging? against future j
ti^Uveiiee and predicted that abolition of
On exchanr^a would put th" prfee of cot
toa la Ore !;>r;C£ of the spinrs^rs.
rHEBV PACIFIC WINS.
Kestacky Assessment Cut to $500,000—
Assessor Gets Fee n S50 : 000.000.
FrarkfcTi, Ky.. Feb. ?.— T!;e Southern Pa
<":*c Company won its Fuit in the Kentucky
Court of Appeals to-day asainst lia\in? iti-.
"siab:* property assessed at $30,000,000 in
JeSereoa County. Ky.". for the year l&V.
~ i: '- effect of xh? decision is to assets the
troperty at JaK.OQG.
The Souther:; Pacific Company is .-. Ken
:- 1 -' 1 r corporation, and as tuch 'as as
»ksefl Ui JcfTerson County at $50,060,000. Th-i
'■^-r. < ;- Board of Tax Supervisors reduced
5-fe atr«t; «3t to J5D9.000 an<l the Jeffer
>*a Oocnty Circuit Court held that no re-;
co'jJ'i b^ ordered for that year.
:: Sedition the Court ot Appeals affirmed
*>4<.;.- by a divided vote.
:T - ai.cthcr caie jrror.inj? ot:1 of th;
r - :^!niG!!T iv,<- Court of Appeals grants
* 0 Herr. - !c< made this J30.0W.009 *sse«^
Satsn sis 'i fp« „r *? '"'*"* for this r-i^h rate.
°KUHOMA RATES nBSTRAINED.
I»'ct Earaitsg a Fail Incomr,
Ssys Federal Judge.
**■ —i-.i. I'c ]j. t« —Temporary -injunctions
?•** « 0 -day Lv Federal juds« Hook
:';.« furth'r €.-iforc»n->«nt of t^o
'.-■•'"^•a r--cr.t passenger fnrc. and cer
•r'railrc;-.,; jn-ijht ruirs. The Missouri,
;~"^;.; ~"^;.- Teiai. the Atchlsou, Topr-^a &
'•' ■'■* Fi aid \h*n Colorado i Santa Fft
Ttskdt ~ a -,« L-or.:.s t<j protect passengers
•'- s ultimateiy determined that the
f ■'"' rites bhould not be continued.
-'--:?. ];,, o v j, c ;,j t j. a , by 1!¥ , prpseat
■ Oklahoma the railroads were not
'■g a fair ir.com« on thc-ir investment.
i-'-'iC that iv determining the earning
f a railroad doing; a»i intersfutc
■** * !oca] business therr Ls a tendency to
? : '-"5 ouutandins lyjnds and jstocka
•t e;id«i C es -^f value
E VIRGINIA CORPORATIONS.
.Ji' 01 '^' 0"^0 "^- Vrt - }; " eb - 9 -~ A license tax on
In £dc!!tion to the present
tsus v.ai Introduced into the House
: to-day |;y Speaker By rd. It
■' ?«Pftially directed at the American To-
CoattpaiijC whose rccelpu. in Virginia
i*»Ust to it least Ci.'OW.iWO a joar, en
; ij it piy 6 liitlc or :,.j tax. The new ta>:
rc-<iuJre the cotupaiiy to pay nearly
:er C;r<i a3noun-*«»d tiat lie » a i
Pancual!r.
erMn- «... tn to tas the income
NEW COTTON CO.
Hammond and Sully Head
$10,000,000 Holding Concern.
John Hays Hammond, the mini- engi
neer who was formerly chief engineer for
Hie Gugsenhcims at a reported salary of
■ a year, and Daniel J. Sully, the '■<••'■
mer -cotton kinp." who failed for $2,000,000
in ■■-1. have been elected president and
vice-president, respectively, of the General
Cotton Securities Company, recently incor
porated in Delaware with an authorized
capital stock of $10,000,000, consisting of
57.W9.000 common and $3.0<»,000 7 per cent
cumulative preferred stock. Associated with
Mt?srr. Hammond and Sully In the. enter
prise arc a number of men prominent in
the cotton business In tin South
Other officers elected -were D. B. Athcr
ton. treasurer, and Ralph P. Buell, secrr
tary. The directorate, of the company in
ciuiicF, in addition to the four men men
tioned, ■• D. Hoscrs. of the Bilk firm of
Ro.-rerr- ,> Thompson; Harris Hammond,
ton of John : '- Hammond; George S.
Graham. John P. Miller and Warren N.
Ackers. It Is understood that :' o board
viii be subsequently Increased to fifteen
members. Th" headquarters of the com
pany ivjil be in YVathington.
The jop* o' the new organization Is
verj' broad, as in addition to being a hold
ing corporation for various concerns en
gaged in ginning, grading and warehous
ing cotton, it vriil also be an operating
company. It is ?aio" to have already se
cured control of valuable Improvements in
cotton grins and othc.- machinery, which
jt tviil introduce into the trade, and the
company purposes a bo. it is understood.
tu establish ...... compresses and
warehouses ■•! various parts of the South,
Among the companies of which the new
corporation ha? already acquired control
the National Cotton Improvement Com
pany, which controls the rights of a n«iw
coiton sin, aud the Farmers* Cotton '"rader
Company, which manufactures pate it cot
ton traders.
GFANP TRUJJK SEEKS ENTEA.NCE
Wants Charter for Branch to End at
Providence.
Providence. Feb. 9.— A definite move by
th© Grand Trunk Railway to secure an en
trance Into Rhode Island will be made to
morrow, according to John S. Jlurdock, an
attorney of this city. 2tr. Murdoch: an
nounced to-night that he rvould file, in tit*
Legislature to-morrov.- a petition lor a
charter for a company to be known as the
Southern : •--■ England Railway Company
and to be operated as a part of the. Grand
Trunk system. He said that Grand Trunk
orficials had authorized this action.
By the terms of the proposed charter the
new line would start at Palmer. Mass..
through which town runs the line of the
Central Vermont Railway, controlled by
the Grand Trunk. It would pass through
"Webster, Mass.. and 'Woonsocket. Valley
Tails, Saylesville and Parvtueket. B 1..
ending at Providence. Under the act which
Mr. >!urdock has drawn up to accompany
his petition the new company is pledged to
tils its locations by July I. 1911.
MELON IN PHILADELPHIA GAS.
Philadelphia. Feb. ?.— The shareholders of
the United Gas Improvement Company, at
a special meeting here to-day, voted to cut
a J5.090,000 melon. They agreed to a 10 per
cent dividend, payable in stock. The capi
tal stock ol the company is $50,000,030 and
about Jo.QWMWO In stock, -with a market
value of SJ.OOD.OOO^ win be distributed pro rata
among the shareholders. The company con
trols the --- output of Philadelphia and
has laree interests in other cities.
PROMOTING COMPANY FORMED.
Albany, Feb. J>.— The- Antioquia Explora
tion Company of Xcw York, formed as -i.
promoting company for industrial, manu
facturing and mining companies, riled in
corporation papers ->.\ith the Secretary- of
State to- -; . Th p company has •• capital
of $2,50-3,000 -■'.■- directors arc- Fred (3-
Duvall. Isaac M. Price, Clarence J. L-on
dou. -• New York: George A. Perry, and
Ferdinand H. Gra^or, of -Philadelphia.
I EOF TRADE CONDITIONS.
■ . ■
Returns from the blast ■ . . ace compa
nies £ho-sv _ slight falling off i:: January
from the pig iron production of December.
or from 2,635,680 trroF.s to.ns of coke and
anthracite iron to 2,*J8,605 ton.-. The steel
works* furnaces did a little better in Jan
uary, ■-..-.•-■.,■ trot £7.00S ton? a day in
ljecerrber to 07.L"00 t^n~. The merchant fur
i;ace product fell off over L.OOO tons a da;
or from "7,^4 tons In December to i"6.ws
tons last month. Capacity active February
j was C?"5,"ll' <tona* a week, against 595,210
tons a -week January L a decrease of 5.704
tons. The number of furnaces in blast i:
unchanged at Zl3. The United States Steel
Corporation is negotiating with the Besse
;iier I'is Iron Association for a round ton
nage of Bessemer iron for delivery In
March, April and May Such a purchase
•would have a. benencial effect upon the
drooping market for su-ol making' iron.
In general, the pis iron market has set
tled further into duTncss In the last week.
The chi«»f activity has been in Virginia
iron. Chicago reports that buying of mal
leable pie iron, which amounted In -Jan
uary to Tc./.'X 1 to 100.<W9 ton?, has about run
Ith course. Structural trad© continues to
frho-w- well distributed activity, Large num
bert of building! of .moderate size arc spins
up. Prices of structural shapes have yield
r-d somewhat. large orders having been
taken at LSO cents at Pittsburg. Agricultural
machinery works are turning out an un
r rocedenied volumu 01 product, and the
the mills are being pressed for deliveries
of evwy form of material entering into
asrriculture. Eastern plate mills are inter
ted in an inquiry for three steel steam
ers for the Gulf trade.
"The Iron Trad~ Review" says:
The pi? Iron ...• bas co:vtinufd dull,
and In tinlshed linos there is some diminu
tion in specifications. A considerable num
ber Of c rr.;;ll orders for manufacturea proa
uctp has been received, but the total ton
nage i? emalL Foreign business continues
good and English prices arc advancing.
The United States Steel Corporation Is in
the: niarkf t for a round tonnage of B*-?;
semer pig iron for the next three months
demor- Bessemer continues lirni at 519,
and there la no change in the basic sltua
tiAn Car orders placed last week amount
ed to 7"'/-} or S.C-vr and rending car orders
amount to about 25.000. The Southern RaJl
road Us in the market for cars of va
?o^n^ l Se n fow price which h=3 been
made on Virginia iron, which in some cases
l-a- V-n asilow a^ $15 2 iat the furnace
t,r ; ro has heon .-ousWerable movement of
jroii tnm that state to New England. Tli«
h4vi-tt single U.yer for foundry ironjdur
... , r . ■' ■■
cf Teonesseo are selling at J.--^ wr
v.t > Hii-.ii''g'i^rn. The decided weakness
ahich re v v <ie-^loped In me coke oar
l'r\ lc ha " Quired in prompt act-on of the
;
U^i St the downward tendency nas
been checked. .
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
OBNVER. N^TH^TL-KN^CIKI^
-
DETROIT UNITED.
, «-.>.ii r r > sic'.c;t 5ir.;,.'6i
J^ J iiifisouni pacific
|(im -jon c it**!.
! L-sj-^r.Ecs gg ' jte rr.' ■£.____ _1— — -•
Tvt earninss.. "•••'?'• fT
! Grot* :^: l ' o ;,. -„.-,,, : ,,, ,S, S K# «a
j 12::;>f ns'.t lS.aw».g-a j w ■'"
Net earning SS.«».IC2 $7.5H.40a »0 CIS. SCO
HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL.
: r,' i :i^o f^::;T^ |r«.ri3 -fss.Ma
££?Z-M:. ?!RS.--;.?Sffi ' J i^
I July 1-Ueo. -"'.'— . r] o ? - :;54 .jr/>. jr/> .5,^.75;
: T«a! SpeT: Hp" .SwHllO •li^S
W : ir.. .ev.ll.lJftW 1 91.105.559 ;-,l«l.3«l
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THI HSDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1910.
! Taii^s 6S.«n 55,630 28.057
OPT, income.. $1,0*7,133 $1,083,280 ?3D-SSr.
•I>ecrea»#.
BOSTON • MAINE.
: Quarter ended p«c. :;i—
Gross earnings.. $11,007,341 J10.029.7Ml $1,067,543
Oper. expenses.. 7.021.686 7.194.201 727.455
1 /-.^ rt " Brrf $5,178.«56 ?2.«35,099 $840,067
j Other income... 207.452 225.824 '18.372
! Total incomr.. 3^,353,1C7 $3,061,422 $321,685
! Int. rent, tis.ctc. 2.736.003 2,444.102 21*1.061
Surplus ?047.044 $617,320 $29,724
'Decrease.
; ATLANTA. BIRMINGHAM & ATLANTIC.
lI>IO. 1CW)O. Increase.
( 4lh w««k .Tan... $85,945 $55,967 $12,878
July l-Jan. :».. L 504,809 1,184,053 320,846
Kansas CITT. MEXICO & ORIENT.
: Month of Jan. .. $141 .•.«» 5122,70'> ?l?,S0O
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES.
(Month of December.)
I NEW \ORK CENTRAL & HUDSON RIVER.
1909. Increase.
Operating revenue $8,012,452 $741,077
• . rating expenaea 5,72y,CT>0 250,720
Net operating revenue 52,231,7 ft.! $4r^>.S4S
■Ne: rev. outside operations 63,520 12,110
Total ..„, revenue . $5;545.513 $502,458
One-tnelftli annual taxes.. 302.709 *2U0.41Hj
< )|<ecaUng Income $2,042,603 $792,853
■ TL,\.\7'.
Operating revenue ... f2«0,70<> ?25,600
Operating expanses . 1n;. 740 0,107
Total net revenue $56,960 $19,453
One-t-svelftli annual taxes.. 10.159 1,510
Operating Income .f4S.S<» 517.952
LAKB SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN.
Operating revenn* ?3.P7?.469 ?445,151
Operating expenses 2,023.251 460,010
>«• operating menus..; $1,856,238 •511,849
Net def. outside operations 5.306 .".445
Total nei revenue $1,047,931 •?!£>.
-twelfth annual la.-.'-?. 83.905 •139.743
Operating income $1,264,026 ?1C4,446
CHICAGO, INDIANA & SOUTHERN.
Operatinc; r*venu« 5226,034 562,75*
Operating eipcnaes 221.327 56.3t'4
Net operating r*ienue. .. 5104,*507 58.450
Net del oatalde oreratlous 2&8 4.110
Tora' net revenue , . ?104..';iS ? 2 9
One-twelfth annual taies.. 12.002 **>o?
Operating jme $92,345 . ?2.¥5S
MICHIGAN" CENTRAL
Operating em« . $2,845,061 $245,700
Operating expenses 1.677.5*51 200,-79
Net operating revenue... 5667, 159 4 4 H. 1
Net rev. outside operations. "•'"■*> 15,433
Total net revenue. $968,055 $:>5-!s'4
Ore-twelfth annual tascs. . 54.531 -K>.lh2
Operating income .. K«5.623 ?«0.016
•L'e-rreat'?
LAKE ERID 4 WESTBRX.
Ci?era»lns revenue $495,208 $111,465
Operating expenses 533.92^ 80.884
■v,.. operating revenue... $161,287 $50,570
Ket rev. outside operations.
Total net revenue $161,287 $80,570
One-twelfth annual taxes.. IS,<V>2 609
Operating Income 5142.6J5 $80,060
NEW YORK. CHICAGO &. ST. LOUIS.
Operating revenus $958,383 5F4.973
Operating expenses 553.094 68.883
Net operating revenue..; $305v239 515.3 s *
N<?t def. outside operations. 1.600 257
Total ret revenue.. $387,540 ?l«.f'9«
One-twelfth annual tai-s . 03,109 •12.400
Operating Income ...... $334 f > t"«.4K>
•fe-rease.
FITTSBURG & LAKE ERIE
Operating revenue $1,379,701 5454. 757
Operating expenses 647.255 12*. 112
Net operatir;: revenue... y,o'2. '•.",<* 502*5.624
Net def. outride op<srationa. SCO 3
Total r\»t revenue $732,175 $326.62]
One-twell th annual taw . 15.636 5,610
Operating Income. . 3715,538 $321,010
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI. CHICAGO & ST.
LOUIS.
Operat ; revenue . $2,488,615 5155.52S
Operating expense .. 1,578,6tf8 . *5.16&
Net operating revenue $559,947 5193.495
Net deficit outside operations 8,969 3,613
Totsl n»t r< enue.. . .. $550,977 $I?n.SS3
One-twelfth annual tax??.. "54,32.S *35,599
Opera* lnj tii?om» $486,649 $226,782
'Decrease.
PEORIA & EASTERN.
Opfratin? revenue... 52W.411 $55.016
Operat g rxpentr 195,2t5»> 1i,02S
Total net revenue . $85,145 ?14.95S
Occ-Lvi^lftli annual ta.\»s. . 7.794 *4.033
■ Operating Inctjme ITf.aK) : ~; $19,081
♦Decrease.
CINCINNATI NORTH
Operating revenue $95,897 $10,221
Operating expense 66,084 '21, 7^7
Total net r^\enu«» $29,612 531,825)
One-t^e'ift'j annual ta^es. . 4,500 1,683
Operating Income . $25,311 530.248
•Decrease.
BALTIMORE STOCKS.
(Furnished by Van Schaick & Co., No. 7 Wall
street 1
Uked-I Bid.Asked.
United TV - '"■ — Cotton Duck. 4 o' =
do Incomes 58*4 59* I do incomes. 22 *J5
do 4-: 3«'s SSTi N Ry ft Lsa 98% '■■■'*
OBiSVT 1 3 Lt & Po« pf 82 $4
do Incomes — 10 do 4". ■ . 92 9."i
do Ist*. .40 41 Ch CRy 58..100 105
Eeahoard Co 20 23 ICh C El 55. . 90 93
do Ist pf.. 70 74 ICont Trust.. .22o 22S
do 2d pf . 41 16 lUtiien Trust.. 70 76
Srab \L 4s -:;•'« M [Third Nat 8.J15 130
co 10-' rss OS 3*3 * 99*« Fid C D«p.:.133 153
Consol Gas.. — 106 (Maryland Tr. 70 7.
do f.s ICO 7*7 * 100 *! Nor Cent R:124 125
PUBLIC UTILITY SECURITIES.
(Furnished by TVillianis. McConnell & Coleman,
No. 00 Wall street.^
Bid. A-ked.
Am Light 8: Traction 2*l 286
<io preferred ! 1 '.*. 1• > ;
Am Cap £• l::ieciric <u< a:',
do preferred 42 44
do lirst 5s *.•; ca
Denver Gas & Electric 148 153
do Kcn°ral ."'•- 93 !'.">
Empire District Electric 34 ::«
do preferred 74 7*3
do hoods . 7.% 77
Lincoln « ;*' & Electric 19 21
ra^ifi<- C.as A- Electric 1S r«0
do preferred £5 £7
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid. AJsked. I Rid.A-kcl
Am Lt 5■5 ■ .2*l 286 Mi tua 140 155
do pref K'o I^7 *N ,\ c. ls.s ,1s '.ij*:- 100<4
♦Bins G 5*.. Do W) 'XV & ER fie. 10:: 10';
Buffalo Gas. " 7 *do con ss. &7 l'»
•C L" G Ot. . !•'.''_ 101 Pat & P G... DO 100
O O N J ss. J>o 92 *r j C G 55. ..102 105
Jjfii-.er Gat. 150 160 I Standard — <50
do 5t . . 02 91 ! do pref . ... «5 $0
do t> i .100 — v I J.Gas ;,s. 93 95*
•&q ]Bt c 6».10:S 106 •..■] ■■(". c m ««,.H">3
lud <->=.f . 1? 25 EL <S; T 0r... 88 P3
•Jack G Ss.. 88 95 St P Gas 5s .06 100
•IC C Q 55.. &6 as Byra <"; Ist &s.loll£ 103
•2I(W) 1*t6«.103 — l^Lt i; v 55.. 63 * 79
•Ar.d interest;
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago. Feb. 9.— Grains fell oft to-day
after h slicht rar!y rally, and closed weak
■-. all tli<^ pit*. Provisions also had a down
ward tenoency. pork exhibiting thf greatest
activity and closing unciiaiiged from yes
terday's final figures. Uanse of prices:
":■<■'
Wbcal Op*n. High. Low. ' ioi.p day.
?ta<- . -.-.•■. t : K'=i 51 10 «l 104 ?1 !<i*i
j u iv 1 ••! ( , lm's I 001 1 """■ 1"I 1!
fcepte:rtbn\ •■ K!» «-» M-« 97
Corn.
>j a y G'i J i W? «5Sh .- 7 » (sl4
jj u ly tW'i ' Wl'i Mi tx> 7 « »!G ! s
September. 6j l < OftS Co?< <>'. '« &s'•*
May...'..:. 49^ 4S'i 16*4 M . <►-:■»
juiv . 4-: : t> i:;"* 4-, 4:.-; 4»H
Scptemter. 40.- lo*i 1" . Vi , »0'»
Lard:
May . 1222 1223 121.1 1225 12 23
July]] . . 12 22 1222 12 12 12 SO 12 20
>fa' lbß '.. .. II S3 11 W 11S2 11 SO 11 S7
11 83 |l 80 II 82 11 68 11 87
July ... U67 Mr, 11 SO 11 82 I! &7
P..rk:
-la: 22 4.". 25 ..■: 2231 22 12 =2 12
July 22 20 22 22 22 "■- 22 15 22 20
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Livcrpooi. Ito 9. — WHEAT — t'pot dull:
future* steady; March. Sa I'kJ: Ma: 7- 11 ' id;
July, 7s lo'»d. CORN — Hpot steady: new
American Tiilit-J. 5» O'-d; ol<J, ."•« S'-l-il; futures
dull; MHr-.-h, .'... fl*4d. PEAS— Canadian, 7s
ti!;«J. l-'I.Ot-ll — '.'"int. r pat* - r;.".K. HOPS
iu"l^)ti<lon (Pacific Const), ....... 10. BEEF
— !-;::tra India nic-eg, l>7s <M. 'i:i. — Prime
metis Western, loi*. HAMS— Short cut, dull.
«:>rs CI. nA ( -'OX— Cuiul.frland cut, 2tl to 30
lb, quift, 0:S: thort rib, 05s; lorn; clear rni<l
(]K-», light, li'ia ott: heavy. «4m »i'J; hoi 1 clear
1/ueUs, tiUs, clear bellie*, 1: 1- SHOULDERS —
Bquare, :.Zt> 64. LARD — Prime Weatertu
ilerceo. f»Ss 3d; 1 14 lean red d, palla, GSi
f«i. CHEESE— -CatiiwJ lan finest white, tli'ni.
• ;;»; colored. •■"- TALLOW — Prime ciiy. :::;«
'.id. TUHPENTJNE— SpIrItH, '- rtOSIN—
Common. 10s Od. PETROLEUM— Refined,
71id. LINSEED Oil 34s W
London, Feb. 9.V-SUOA.R — Raw. centrifugal.
ISo o<i ; ... .i'i ■•, 12s '.>■' : i" 'i . February,
12s I1»id. LlNSEED— Calcutta. April-June.
:>*>j 0.1- LINSEED 011.-:; i» lO'id. SPERM
01 r;g ! 1 -mi m Ami rica . refined,
(('id: bptrlts, •■! TUUPENTINEJ— fipIrIta, tOs
:;d. ROSIN — American uralntd, I9a t»d; onf,
I3p 7.!.
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
». New Yorlc - February 8, 1810
Beans, bass..... 1.223 Butter P ; ?■ . . 3.** l
Flour, bbla S.MtlCheeee nk-s 7.;:
Flour, sack*. .... 22.43* Lc^ 'cases. ;• ; .' ■ O.'-O"
Cornmeal bags. 4,071 JDr "poultry nke ■».'•>-"'
Oatmeal. bbls . . 200 Liv<T poultrr? m- 760
Wheat, bush ... 86.000 .■•-,,.-'. <ina-.es 8 "~>*>
Corn, 'bush &g»oSSi2 $& c' 8 350
£*< . bus . h 28.975 „,.,.,; S (CalT. pkgs 1.025
It ye. bush. 2.300 Apples, •„> •>, ..... &.-"'
Pea*. bush 3.000 Apples boxes 111 1.273
Buckwheat. burn 2.400 Potatoes bbls 18.470
Barley buVh.... G.loo|Outon°. bMs " . "'. *!£
Malt, bush 12.000 i: , bbla .. 325
Rice, pkts l.«27!Spts turn - SO
Straw, tons.. .. Crude turp. bbls. '■"
btran, tons S.I Tar bbl« . 13-
MlUfeed. ton«::: r^ioilcake - P kg s :::. 2.250
Grass seed, bags 722 OiUUub,- bbla!. «2
Hop;-, bales 315 Peanuts, bags...- '•'}••
B;ef. bbls 751 Tobacco, lihds '•">
fepcftcs. ....... 20 i Tobacco, tierces!. SO
Beef (canned;, a 3.371 ; Tobacco, pk s. ... SJ3
Pork, bbs 112 Whiskey, bbls.... *«
Hams, pfcga IQ6IWOOI bales -"'
EB<-on, pkg.s . . . go: Cotton bale*.. . . «*>•
Cut meats, pK s Cot'M«d oil. bbla. '''"
Lard, tierces 808 Quicksilver, Masks 75
Lard, kes . s 5.064 ' Copper, pieces.... 5,075
Tallow, pkßs... Copper matte. b«a 693
Ore-are, pkga M WLae (Cal), bbla. 175
EXPORTS.
\Yheat. bush.... 23.300 rcofs-ed oil. gair. 26,540
Corn, bush . 808 i Lub oil. pals . 88.100
Pea* bush 09 j Pork, bbls ?'/
Flour, tacks 60 Beet bbls •*
Conuneal, bbi.-.. 321 Beef, tierces 10"-
Feed, rb 3,75f»: Bacon. Ib G30.525
Grass seed, bags DO Hams, tb 8,400
Hay. baler Lard, lt> 963.050
Oilcake, Ib 1,339. C00! Ta110w, rb 40.000
Spirits turp, grata 4.(500 Butter, Ib 400
Renned pet. ga1a.226.058 Chtese. n> *.200
Naphtha, gals... 70,120!
CASH QUOTATIONS.
Iron. Nor. No- 1 I Cotton, middling 15.20
foundry ....$lB 75 Coffee. No 7 Rio BJJ
Iron. So, No 1. 18 7S ' Sugar, granulated 5.15
, Steel rails 28 00 I Molasses.OK pme 40
, Stand cop, spot. 13 10 ; Beef, family ...Jl6 75
Tin 32 60 Beet bams . . 25 00
Exchange lead. 470 | Tallow, prime... 6'i
Spelter 590 \ Pork, mess 23 62's
; Wheat. '- red 1 2!) | Hogs. drsd. 160 It) 12U
"Corn. No 2 msd 704 i Lard, lldie Vest. 12 '<•»
Flour, Jlpls pnts 07" |
•Nominal.

GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
Net-.- Torir. February 8, 1&10.
GRArN — T^'HEAT — Dull and featureless.
■with price changes narrow. Commission houses
appeared to favor the buying side, resulting in
j a firmer feeling, and values worked up about *sc
from the bottom. I^ate in the session values
again .v;i?.e<r<2 off and closed at a not loss of
*[email protected] : ,£?, with liquidation on the part of specula
tive holders and influenced by reports of a poor
cash demand. Cash wheat was easy; No 2 red
i quoted at $1 20$ $1 00 elevator domesti-; and 51 29
nominal fob afloat: No 1 Northern Duluth and
; NO 2 hard winter, $1 20U nominal fob afloat.
CORN— Steady most of the day, but *ased off
late and closed at a net decline of \[email protected] No 2
corn here cloyed 72c elevator domestic. 72 He de
livered and 70 l ;c fob afloat nominal. OATS —
Prices advancing early and falling off in the
afternoon. Cash oat? qui»t. Tilth mixed. 2« to
S2 !b. nominal; natural white, 2t> to 32 ib. trl'a,
,'»:•<•, and (-lipped white 34 to 42 rb, r." •'>.".■,• ;.
RYE— Dull; No 2 Western. SO';c nominal f o" b
i New York. BARLET-^-Markel nominal.
>EW YORK PRICES.
Test?r-
Wheat: Open High. Low. Close. day.
Ma:- $1 184 51 18*4 $1 17T4 11 18 $1 1894
July 1 00!» 108% 105 T 4 1 OSTi 1 09U
Com:
May — _ ,-, 75U
July — — 75 75' j
September. , — — 74% 75
Oats:
; Ma; — — _ 52 &2U
i>TEnion lIECEFPTS.
Wheat Co^n. ■ Oats.
To-day 741. 0») 1.097.000 8»J3,0O0
Lab) we«k 738,000 1,2*4.000 701.000
Tjast year 204. 00> 530.000 402,000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
Flour. V.'heat. Corn.
To-day 24.000 69.000
Last "ee-h 35.000 120. 000 507.0C0
Last fear 10. COO 432,000 415,000
< OTTO — Recovered Tuesday's loss on bull
ish trade news, b,ul! support and covering. wltti
the dose firm at a net advance of [email protected] points.
T*iit prices were within 1 or 2 points at the
top. May sold at 15.06 c. or 35 points above th«i
low le v el of yesterday and within 1 point of
the high price reached on Monday. The advance
had the encouragement of the bullish spot news
from the South, reporting' that leading spot
firms were cleaning up all cotton offering In
Georgia and Alabama on the basis of li.- and
13'ic for middling. Southern Fpot markets were,
unchanged to *%•? higher, which was eood show
ing. Local contract prices :
Tester-
Open. Hlsh. Lo . Closf. day.
February .*.l4.Ss J4.W 14.85 14.97013.00 14.63
March .14.80 14.95 14.76 14.94© U. 95 14.63
April — — — [email protected] 14.'54
May 14 Sf> 15.06 14*.% 15.04515.05 14.75
Jun-i — — — 14.f11©14_93 14.00
July 14.7.'. 14.02 14.72 14.90^14. til 14.64
August ...14.23 14.40 14 23 14.40014.41 14.1."
September.. 19.38 13.45 13.37 13.43®13.45 l: 26
October ...12.86 12.00 12.83 12.07i5-12.0S 12.79
November. .12.82 12.53 12.82 12.85©12.87 12.6S
December. .12.70 12.51 12.68 12.80512.51 12.02
Liverpool cables: Spot, fair busi) doing;
sales. 0.000 bales: epjculation and export, ....
American, 9,000 Imports. 5,000; American, 4 iK^'j;
middling upland, 8.04 d. Futures opened un
changed; closed firm, sto 12 '-j points higher.
February. 7.t»ld; February-March and March-
April, 7.80Hd; April-May, ;.BSd; May-June.
7S'jd: June-July, 7.51 : . ■:, July-August. T.TSd;
Auerust-September, 7.46 d; Septemt'er-C>ctobar.
7.03<3: October- November. 8.81 4 d; November-
December, 6.7l 'id: December- January ■ 6.69 d;
January— February. G 6S I
COFFEE — Quiet and featureless'; sales, 5.000
t,a?s. Prices were steady, closing at 5 points
dr. lin. for Febn^ary and unchanged for the
other positions. The French market was <»
franc lower; Hamburg v.-as unchanged to : i
pfennig decline, and en account of the holiday
i:- Brazil 0:1 Tuesday there were no cable ad-
ices from either Rio or Santos Spot continues
firm on rtiit bas-ir of S 3 ic for Rio No 7.
Local contract prices:
Test r-
Open. «Tis ' Of . Close. tia.v.
February- >■'<:> 6.55 6.9* [email protected]«.f15 < > ..;'. i
March 6fo tt.9r. 6. fir. 6.950-7.00 8.9."
April — •— — [email protected] 7.00
May — — — 7.fVivs 7. 10 7.0.'
June — — -- 7.10®7.13 7.10
July 7.15 7.15 7.15 7.1. r .27.20 7. 1S
August — — — '."!..( f.20 7.15
Feptember.'; 71" 710 7.1" 7.10 1 ?t7.15 7.10
October .. 7.10 7.10 7.:" [email protected] 7.10
November. . — — — 7.1047.15 Mo
December. — — — 7.10f7.1." 7.10
January — — — [email protected] 7.10
I'IX»L'K ANU MEAL- quiet, feature
less and unchanged. RYE FLOUR Steady;
fair to Rood. Si 2iPis4 40: choice to fane; $4 ■'■•■-
4 80. CORNMEAL— Kiln dried, $3 45. BAG
MEAL — Fine white and yellow, SI SS®sl 6o;
coarse, fl 45SJ1 60. FEED— Western and city
qul t; Western, sprlnp, ([email protected] 25: standard
ir.l<MliJiff. $2005£&26; flour do. Sl.'S 50^130; red
c!-->p $01 25: city bran. ?2ti bulk, [email protected] 10
f=ac'.;s: middling. t27'r}S':(i :■■>. red dog, $3150;
hominy chop, $27 50 bulk, $28 70 sacks; ollmcal,
$37. nominal.
PROVISIONS — and prices afler show-
Ing an easier feeling early rallied, and «1 the
close were at about the previous close. PORK —
Steady: mess. $23505523 75 ; family, [email protected];
short c,,u.r. §24 525 50. BEEF — Firm: me - 612
©$1250 family. $16 50® 517; packet, [email protected]$l4;
extra India moss, $25&525 50. BEEF HAMS —
Stead: $24®$1«J. DRESSED HOGB -Firm; Ba
cons *ll 7»'-:7 »'-: ISO It., UTic; 160 It>. H"«. : 140 tb,
I2*sc; pigs, 12?»c. CUT MKATS#-Pick]i bel-
Ii»» steady; smoking, 13c; 10 Ib, 12'-jc; 12 Ib,
r-: I.'1 .' ; 14 !b, 12^»c. Pickled hams stead; 13'.3<3>
14c. TALLOW — Quiet; city. ti?ic; country, »;'•.,!.
"c. LARD— Steady; Middle Western, 12.550
12.66 c City 1- 7 rc: Refined — South America,
13.00 c Continent. 12.05 c; Brazil, kegs. 14.r>0c.
Compound dull. 0! 2 (S9 E ic. STEAEINE—
Olf-o. 14c: city lard. 18c.
>( (• — Refined dull; buyer* found no diffi
cult'- In buying sugar on the basis of t.Ooc net.
less 1 per cent cash for tin- granulated Spot
eugnr quoted: Centrifugal. 96 test. 4.11 c: muv
cox-ado, f.9 test, a. die: molasses -'.gar S9 test,
3.88 c. The. London market for beet sugars was
quiet, but steady and unchanged.
RICE — Stead", quiet and unchanged.
METALS — COPPER — Standard dull, ppot
and futures closing at 134513.2( . London firm;
Bflot £.v.tSs£)d. futures. £C 06s Sd. Lake copper
len 13.65U015.75c: electrolytic. 1.".37';313.0'.'c;
casting. in-r.."- « !-';.:7 '..<■. TlN— Quiet; spot.
32.C0032.66c; February, March. April and May.
■4.. 32.80 c London M^.i..- .-. ; •;•■: • £147ns*;.j;
futures. £149 1"k LEAD DuII; «pot, J.»;7 : -.'a
1 :•:■■ New Tori 4.45&4.55 C Eust St Louis.
Lon^-m utV^Hng'.i SPELTER- %Veak: spot
5.70<88.10e New York, .*■!," :'i;.'..r.7:: 'i;.'..r.7 : .• Eaal !?t
Louis. London unchanged. IRON —The English
market vas higher, with Cleveland warrants
quoted at 518 4 x id. No change locally.
MOLASSES AMI SYBTTPS — Mod-rat* offer-
Inga of molas .'•■•• with syrups quiet
and steady.
SfAVAIi STOKES — Spirits turpentine rrera
r t»ad at Savannah: come firm) "-. noteJ.
trttt; a fractional gain in prices. Rosin and.
tar Em.
OILS — Lin! •-■ ■ oil steady at - banged
prices T t Jeiir»i i l netroleum unchanged.
COTTONSEED OIL — Easier, prices declin
ing 457 points urn ■: moderate pressure to s«!l
and In Bbaence of demand Balea. 4.100 bbls.
Local contra • prices:
YefUr-
Open. High. !.■■■• . Close, day
Spot — — — •■ :<: •; M 7.02 :
February y.OO 00 7no •■:»:■,<: m ,03
Mar/, 0.03 7.0>) 6.97 i:.l>7:ci C f>^ 7.'l|
April - — — 7 00« 710 7 f>7
May 7.14 7.14 7.11 7.11*87.12 : '•'■
July 7.19 7.10 7.17 7.1W1T.1M 7.23
September 7 17 717 7.10 7.1.Vi7.17 7.C0
Cirxobrr ... .6 «i 7 6. ''.7 « >;: fl.fif^fl.«7 H. 71
Noveniber . . — — — 6.3388.40 6.42
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS.
New York, February 0. 1910
BF.AN?* ANII PEAS Receipt 4^9 ba?s
l)ect>p md 700 bail p^bs. Domestic -^liitc
bears null, •■'" l »aaier prices an named in tlio
hope ■■( doing more business. i;..i kidney firm
with furtlif-r export Inquiry. Lima In *<■• liars'
fav.-r -••■!■ 1. peas htea.l\. BEANS, marrow,
«holce bueh( i. J2J>5: medium, %2 .".".«> J-J H7 l - :
nea f~ 40: wl.it- kid) $.s 40,.i (3 r,o: r"I
kldnev 5." 20: yellow eye. V: ... black tnrtla
soup 'f O'lft?-!; lima. California, S2i>7ss{2s3;
l»j.-;Vfs. Scotch, bags, bushel. $2 .-.<• -i $•_• :.i- ■
Iti TXEH ' celntß< "■ rt: " \' %* Demand
not equal 10 suppilen. » nd prices lower on all
■rrados Tri»>l« Blow and fueling still un»PttlpJ.
ream- ■ Bp^clals, !>• 2^'i<-; extras. !7^c;
llrsts 27c: N*ooiid« - i; " -'■ l -c; thirds, •-■.■".,•,
c-reamfry. held, rlrHt«, 2" j-ecfindK, 2flffJ2ttHc:
thiriip. -."■•■ S '" T/ dairy "'■ - finest, 27c: food
10 prln>«. 2.*ii?l2oc: common Id fair. 2.'[email protected];
pror-ess. (p< ■■:„■. 26"iff27c: extraß. 290; flrsts,
"'ni "o '•'■c •■ con<la 2-'»ft24e; ttarn, Irnlta
tlon " creamery, flrat.s. 24 v n 2r.Hc; factory,
flreu '"i u j<:: seconds. -SffSSHc; thirds. _„ ,
"I"- 'nacklnc b.toclf, KO 1. 22'fc; Xo '£, 21 v
'I He! NO .". -"
" ('ni:i'SK— Receipts '•'- boxes Ui?!i rra(
skims both rail and summer maJe, ate steady
to firm, but current made arc very dull and
weak. State, full cream, fall make-, specials.
I<H<3'lSc; fancy. ITVic; good to prime, ltt>\Q
iH\,o- current make, bi»st. 16%#l*e; common
to fair, [email protected] skims, V. lb.*fal! make, spe
cials, H';c: pood to prims, 1S&&14C; current
make. bcit. U©l2 C ; fair to good, [email protected]; com
mon. 4H9?c; fun skims, [email protected]
Receipts, 0.003 cases-. Some ord«rs
to Withhold stock from sala and some expan
■ «lon of demand have steadied the market for
fresh e.^^!». but storage are lower, with a weak
and irregular market. State. Pennsylvania and
nearby, hennery whit**, fancy. 34036 c; small.
2SQ"33c; gathered. 28 ©35c; hennery browns,
fancy, [email protected]; gathered, 27®28c; fresh gath
ered extras, SBS>29ei firsts, •.•►sy 'J*. 1 . sec
onds. 234i2."»Hc: refrigerator, firsts, 22 .i fg.2:>c;
second*. 21%@22c; thirds. r>',--JU. poor. I<H<
18cj checks, 14'al>*c; limed choice 22 ©22 He
FRUITS— DRIED— Situation unchanged In
the evaporated apple market. FRESH —
in liberal supply and easy. Cranberries Bteady.
Strawberries firmer. Oranges selling ■v.-ell for
best grades, but poor dragging. Tangerines and
mandarins steady. Grapefruit firm. Pineapples
steady. APPLES, table sorts, bbl. $2 25®54 50;
russet. $2312 50: far Western boxes". $1 2&953 30;
CIIANBKKRIBS. Cape Cod, late bbl, [email protected];
early black, [email protected]; -Jersey, $.3 .-.t//j s t ; STRAW
BERRIES, Florida, quart, 605 85 c; ORANGES,
pinf apple, box. $150554; other Florida. fv<i
.M: Porto Rico, 50c95275; Cuban, [email protected] 30;
California, $I&s4 05; TANGERINES, Florida,
strap. $2es4 50; Cuban, half box, fl'sS2Z*).
MANDARINS. Florida, strap, $1 50jg?2 23:
GRAPEFRI fT. box, .*l©s3; Cuban. $I«s3 12;
Porto Rico. $125058 25; PINEAPPLES. Florida,
crate. $1 234J53; Cuba, ?1 235 52 30; Porto Rico,
?1 25 p s;;.
llOPS< Quiet, but holders firm and offer-
Ins cautiously. A few sales in Nets- York State
at 30031 c «nd inquiry on the Pacific Coast for
small lots for export.
HAY AND STBATV — Market unchanged.
Top grades steady: low grades easy. HAT—
Timothy, prime, large bales. 100 Tt>. $1 17':. Hot
3 and 1. $1 03g$l 15: snipping. $1; packing, 60
3 70:; clover and clover, mixed, [email protected]$l 10:
STRAW, long rye. 80690 c; short and tangled
rye. 60c; oat and wheat. ode.
POULTRY— ALIVE— Receipts. 15 cars . by
freight and a few coops by express. Supplies
moderate and cleaning up promptly on ar>-rivai.
DRESSED— poultry of all descriptions in
light supply and fancy grades firmly held. Fro
zen poultry, especially lowls. and a few lots of
chickens, have changed hands, but little move
ment as vet in other frozen. fry packed —
TURKEYS. Western, scalded. [email protected]; dry
picked, selected, young hens or toms, 24323 c;
fair to good, ;i; iL > Gc ; old toms. 21c; Southern,
dry picked. 22V523c; scalded, 22:§23c; CAPONS,
Philadelphia, 2C"a3oc: Ohio. [email protected]»Jc; other West
ern 18®25c; broilers. Philadelphia, fancy
squab, pair. 75'SSOc: fancy, 4 Tb to pair and un
der, lb. [email protected]: Pennsylvania. [email protected]; West
ern, dry picked, milk fed. fancy, frozen, 2bc:
fresh. 21525 c; corn fed. fancy, frozen. 23c:
fresh, 19321 c; Jlichißan. scalded. l&g2Oc; other
Western. lSg^O-:: CHICKENS, roasting, Phila
delphia, fancy, 9 rb and over to pair. R 25c:
Pennsylvania, fancy, a rb. 2lc; Western, dry
picked, milk fed. 22gC0c; com fed, 10320 c; Ohio
and Michigan, [email protected]; other Western. ISSS2OC;
mixed weights.- Philadelphia, 20S - .'lc: Penr.
sylvania. 13gl0c: Western, milk fed. dry
picked, |19%e; corn fed. 17c: scalded. 16'—c";
Ohio and Michigan. 18HS17c; other. '13©
18c; FOWLS, Western boxes 60 Ib and over,
dozen. 18$4e; 43 ft>. lSc; 36^12 Th 15%©17 c;
Western, barrels, dry picked. heavy, 17 J bc;
small. •■ = H6',3C Ohio and Michigan, scalded,
li^[email protected]ßc; other Western, t4Ol7Hc: OLD COCKS
lt. ; He; DUCKS, Ohio and Michigan. [email protected];
Western. 16©21 c: GEESE. Wisconsin, stuffed,
loc; Western, 10314.:; SQUABS, prime, large,
white, dozen. 53 25555 73; poor dark $2; culls
60®75e SPRTNG GUINEAS. 3 tb and over!
pair, ft
GAME — Rabbits In moderate supply and
prime lots firm. Jack rabbit 3 alow. Wild ducks
unchanged .
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES— Choico
unfrozen potatoes steady, but ordinary stock dull
and xveak; Bermuda steady. Sweet potatoes
r.tgncr. Onions linn for red and yellow; white
'■ eak. Artichokes scarce. New beet 3 and car
rots stead;-. old carrots weak Cabbages
steady. Celery lower. Cauliflowers In liberal
supply. Kale hi£h»r. Lettuce steady. Few
peas or beans received. Tomatoes "in light
supply. Watercress low-sr. POTATOES, Ber
muda, second crop, bbl, [email protected]; Maine,
bulk. 180 to, $1 62!f|l S7; 1« Ib bag. f 1 40€
5160; state and Western, bulk. I*o lb. $1 30#
f 1 62: 165 rb bag:. $130:55150; frosted stock.
<[email protected]; SWEET POTATOES. Vlneland. bas
ket, 70c?75l 25: other Jersey- and Delaware. BOe
(gsl 10: ARTICHOKES. California drum. $156
$-0; A' to- l Ne-?.- Orleans, bbl. 531153 SO;
BRUSSELS SPROUTS, quart. [email protected]: BEETS.
Charleston and New Orleans, 100 bunches, $2 30
(&S3; Bermuda, crate, $1 25"55 l 50- Florida, un
bujiched. basket. 5130: CARROT?. Old, ton
[email protected]; Lbl or ba=-. 73egSl 25; New Orleans.
100 bunches, 51 Mi&.52: Bermuda, crate. 75cSSl
CABBAGES. Danish, ton. 525<3*25: domestic,
?IGSSIS: 100, [email protected]; bb'.s, $1 25551 75: red.
ton. ?304^»: bb]. Si 75fr$2 Florida. zi*v,; bbl
crate, S2: red, $2 23.f52 30; CELERY. Florida,
case, ?1 25®52: California $3 73'3.<4 30: dozen
stalks. [email protected]; state. 3#SOc; CAULIFLOWERS.
Florida, crate or basket. SI 7."-as2 23: California,
half case, '■'n-'iii 23: CHICORY and E^CAROLE.
New Orleans, bbl. 53354: EGGPLANTS. Florida.
box. $3055: Cuban. $2fis4 50: HORSERADISH,
V3O tb. 51./.V"., KALE, Norfolk, bbl, 75c: KOHL
RARr. Nc-.v Orleans. 100 bunches, $250<a$3 ;
LETTUCE. Florida, barker. $1 ?S<3S3SO: LEEKS.
New Orleans. 00 bunches. [email protected] 50; LIMA
BEANS. Bermuda, box. Ss®s6; ONIONS, Cuban,
crate. .<? 2335" 40: small whit» pickle, 25#30c;
Btati and Western. white, tiOcfiSl; yellow, bug.
?1 l_pS2. red, $1 [email protected] 12: Oran?e County, yel
low, $12505212: red, $125©52 2£; Connecticut
Valley, yellow. $1 40®St rto : OKRA. Florida, car
rier, $2©sß: Cuban. $8(SS8: OYSTF.R PLANTS,
'--irby. 100 Ib. S3'5S4: Baltimore. S2£s2 50: PEAS.
Florida, basket. $30159; Bermuda, box, $5<356:
PEPPERS. Florida, large box. $3'gS4: carrier or
basket. $2'Ss2 7"- Cuban, carrier. $1 .I<VgS2 30:
PARSNIPS, bbl. SltiSlSO; PARSLEY. New
Orleans, curl- . S3 ">O'is6; Bermuda, crate, SI 75
Ss2: ROMAINE Florida, basket *[email protected]«2: Ber
mu.ia. crate, [email protected]$l 30: SHALLOT?. New Or
leans, bbl ?.-srds4; STRING BEANS. Florida,
■"■a-, fan.-,-, basket, f 4 255x54 Ml creen. $4 .W/*
$5: poor to good. $IG$4: SQUASH, bbl. SI 23'g
so ?."; FlorMa. wMte, ••. ?l-a •* 1 50; Cuban, box,
$13$1 25; TURNIPS, rutabaca. bbl. «oc©sl: New
Orleans*, white, bbl, $1 30^?2; white, .->ld. SOc
gsl: TOMATOES. Florida, carrier, fl 25<853;
Cuban, $1 2535225; WATERCRESS, bunches,
[email protected]
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
>■»»■ York, February 0. l?! 0.
BEFVKS— Receipts. 154 oars, or 2.i>>6 head.
Including 131 can for slaughter and 23 for
market. 25 cars on sale Choice steers, tvith
weight-, firmly held, and sold at rather stronger
prices; others opened Slow and a fraction
lower a littie better feeling at the close.
Bulls steady at both yards; at Jersey City
with very limited receipts of cows, medium
and fat grades tvere 10c higher; thin coivi
steady; at the 60th iftre^t yards, with liberal
supply, all grades were 10 in 15c lower, but
-rt-ith a fair demand .the yards were cleared,
Fair to choice steers Sold at $3So<&s7 per 100
Id: oxen at $4 «;0 6?3 33: bulls at $4<a ? -I :>•'•:
cow at ?2 00sJ#4 SO; milch cows at [email protected]$6n
each. Dressed beef steady. Exports: 24 cattle
to Bermuda.
Sales McPhersoti A Co.: -" Ohio steers.
I2CO II average, $6 73 per 100 Ib 20, 1321 Ib
V? 75; 2:;. TmCi Ib, <-; 35 16 1123 lb, $1 05: 4
bulls. 1212 Ib, $4 75; 7, 1227 lb. $4 70; 1, i»->
ih. ?I'3<»; 1 cow. 1100 Ib M 60; 1". 991 lb. ->4;
25 902 Ib. $.:I70; 2 1050 Ib. $3 50; 1, 900 Ib
: . 25; 8. 600 Ib. S2 75
Newton <S.- Co.: 17 Ohio steers, Josl lb. $7;
24 Pennsylvania, 1046 lb, $3 70; 22, 980 - !v-$5! v
ss S3.
S Sanders- 22 Pennsylvania steers, 1300 lb,
$6 70; 20 Ohio. 1226 lb. $665; 1 cow, 1020 Ib.
$4 50.
Kern* Commission Co : IS Ohio steers, 1323
lb, Jo S3 21. 1209 lb. -56 •'.'..
S. Judd «L- Co.: 1 bull, 1330 lb. $4 03; 3
co .vs. SO7 lb, $-' 75
J G Curtis £■ Son: 1 ox. 1300 lb. ?">C3: I,
l"40 lb. 64 75: 2. 1310 lb, $4 60; 3 bulls. 14*7
Ib $4 30: 10. 1116 Ib $4 73: 2, 1020 Ib, $4 70;
H SSS lb M 60; 1. 020 Ib. 54 50; 2. On} lb. SA .
2 ... foSO tb, $4 to; 1. 7SO lb. $4 10; •■ 10' jO
Ib $355; 3. 916 Ib, $3 80: 0. 933 ib. SS 70; it.
S«S lb .<-> 65: 2. 1020 lb, $3 50; 50. 837 Ib
53 40: 2 SSO lb. $3 30: 14, SOl :h.: h. $325; 4. 857
11. $3 20; 1 "SO Ib $:; 10: 0. 870 lb. $3: I, S6'>
lb" $2 S3: 27. 763 lb. $-J7.">: 2, 71l> lb. $2 60; '.'
milch cows. $52 30 per head.
Andrew Mullen: I bull 900 "> $180; 11
co-vs, 752 lb. ?3«;3; 1. 520 lb, $3 40; 2. «30 Ib.
$2 N^'ison & McCa.be: 1 bull, 1330 lb, $4 SO; -1.
UcCabe: 1 bull, 1550 Ib, J4 SO; -1.
1037 lb. $4 70: 4 COWS, MX) lb, $3 50: 14. 903
lb. «!J4'"»: 18, 7-JS lb. $2 70, i milker, $4100; I
common for .*2.">.
O.eorpe * L. S. Dillenback: 2 'bulls. S^r. lh.
$4 30: 1. 720 Ib $4 25; 3 cows, 00n it). ?;; 75: 1.
S2d Ibj $3 25; -. 720 Ib, $315; 1, tSSO Ib. 32 90.
John Ducey: I bull 1300 !b. $4 SO; 2 cows.
Son lb. $3 65; 1. 74n lb. .<■? 03.
CAJLVJGS — Receipts. 1,276, including 605 for
butcher* and ts7i tor market. Veals active
and steady to strong; barnyard calves well
sustained In price. Common to choice veals
sold at SS'iJU per limi lb; culls. [email protected]; barn
yard and ftd calves. $3 SO© s4 73.
Sale?— J. G. Curtis *■ Son: 95 veal*. 131 !b
average. $11 per 100 lb; 9. 144 Ib, $3050; l.v
127 lb S10: 32. 119 lb. 59 50: 4. 1 to Ib. 99; 8, 100
11.. $830; 10, 106 lb, $8; 2. 100 Ib. $7 50 .'.
141 m. $7; « calls, 102 lb, $3; 1 yearling, 490
lb. 53 73.
W R Hume: -"3 veals, 134 lb. $11; 3. IIS
It. $10 BO; t'. 120 lb. $10; 7. IIS Ib, $9; 2. 140
lb, .<Sr.O; 5, 114 Ib. $7.
Oeorge ,v L. S. L-lllenback: i veals 135 Ib,
$11; 0 114 Ib $10 50; •-' 110 lb, $10; 1. 10*} IK
$©5(1 2. IW> lb, 59: 3 culls, 247 lb, $6 50; .:.
1., ib J6: 1 barnyard call 120 lb, 73; 2,
230 lb, $4 .'.■:>; - yearllnga; 560 Ib 94
JoHiffe. Wright «v- Co.: 53 veal", 123 lb.
$10 67 1 j; 2. 100 lb, $11: 10, 134 lb. $7.
NeUnn .<: McCabe: 7 veals. 144 Ib $11 IS
12i lb. $10 B, 123 Ib. $»; 2 culls. 143 Ib 55
Andrew Mullen: 11 veals, 115 It. $9; 1
yenrltaff, 420 lh, $4
S. Sanders: 58 veals. 122 re $07.1. 2«, 119
lh. $0 5; •!:?. 117 lb. $•>; <> culls, 123 Ib, $7. 11,
07 11 . JO 50
S Judd & C" 11 veal*, lie ii. SO 30; 29,
110 lb. .*9 25; 30. IIS lb. $8 23; 1 yearling. 430
lb $3 50.
Kerns Corr.mlssion Co : 10 Indiana veals.
172 !h. $10 25.
McPherson & Co.: 3 yearlings. 400 Tb $4.
SHEEP AMI I..\>fß%— Receipts. 43 cars, or
I».S4ti head. eluding 37'? cars for slaughter and
o*a cars for irarket. Sheep In limited receipt
and firm: lambs opened easier and fell off lOa^Jo
on Buft'alo advices: pens cleared. Common to
pood Bhfop icwmi sold at m.ji.iW per 100 Ib;
calls. $3 50«J$4: yearlings $8; mtdium to S'--O'i
lariibi. $S 73jif9 15; a few head of Mate lambs.
$9SO0$&50: bucks. $3. Pressed mutton firm at
[email protected] per M dressed lambs, I4«lt»4c: coun
try dreoewS l»othous« lambs, $40$1O per carca*a.
Sales— 2-. Ju'ld i C->. : 203 Buffalo lambs. 67 ■'■
average at $9 IS •- |00 »; 203, «.'» It-. J«W;
Sit >rarlin?s. 841 TV. $8.
Kerni Commleslon Company: 211 Buffalo
lambs. (54 Ib, $« 73; 159 Indiana. rt> it. $f 73:
t \,cfV 119 It) $«: !• buck*. 140 Ib, $5
Newton •>. Co : Zii Ohio lambs, 07 IT.. $8 00
M Phcrson A- Co.: S state lamhH. 74 lb. $».'''».
n' U. Hume: 54 PtHtp lambs 71 Ib. $9; 1
eh^p. 1«'O It). $3: 1. 1.-." m. $4 .*•''
j. '. ; Curtis a fan * atata lambs. *S rb. t!>s''';
4." 67 !T>. $"*f>7 1 :; 1 yearling. 78 Ik $8; 1 sh^ep.
100 ib $.*• 50: 2. 90 Ib, $5; 31. 88 rb 30: 3
,-u'ls. !W tt>, $8 5.t.
inn.- Receipt*. C7U cars, or I l! -- s hend.
Hiding half .1 ear for the market Price*
ntfH'lv. Country Ires ■ 1 bega steady at lu 1 : j
v-,-- ltrltt pl(«. 12'jc.
i^lt.s —S. Sandr-r^ 4!> P»nnnvlvanl» tioss. 14«
tb H\'rnco. J»2o |.er 100 lb; 3. t IS It.. $8 23; 2
rmißhn. 2!W »-. IS 2."..
B. Ju'l's A Co.: 11 Pennajlvania pica, 110 ft
$3 23.
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
. i cavo Tet'. P.— »CATTL»C— Receipt*, 13.000:
lPfffiSc hlaher. Bteerg $4 78488*; cows. $3 500
$3 2S: hcifT-". -it. rt-ili-i .*4'T.t'. TA: r»lve».
|33J9 etocken and feeders. J3 733J3 40. HOG,
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Atlantic Cit;. N. J-
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Famous as th? hotel with every modern con
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Open all the year. Fin-: table. Suites with
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Special rates for winter. Capacity 250.
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FORECLOSURE SALES.
SUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW YORK.
— William Henry Reitemeier. Plaintiff,
against Samuel Silrerman et a!.. Defendants. —
In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure arid
sale, duly made and entered in th* above
entitled action and bear:::? date the C4th 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 St., in the Borough of Man
hattan. City of New York, on th? 13th day of
February. 1910. at 12 o'clock noon 00 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, lyiri? ana being in the Bor
ough of Manhattan, of the City of New York.
in the County and State of Sew York,
bounded and described as follows:
B^ginnin; at a point on the southerly side
of rsth Street distant 233 feet 7*5 inches
westerly from the corner formed by the Inter
section" of the westerly side of 2nd Avenuo
with the southearly side of 75th Street, which
point ■-■ opposite the centre of a party wall;
running thence southerly parallel with "Jnd Ave
nue and part of the d'stanc* through the centre
of a party wall 102 feet S Inches to the cen
tr« line ot the block; thence westerly alon?
said centre line of the Mock ■-■ feet 4'i inches:
thence northerly parallel with 2nd Avenue 100
feet -l z Inches to the southerly side of »sth
Street and thence easterly alonsr the south
erly side of I3th Street "0 feet 4 -i, inches to
tile point or place of beginning. Be said sev
eral distances and dimensions more or less.
Premises bt-in^ known by the street cumber
238 East 7?tt> Street, New York City.
Baud New York, January 26th. 1910.
PATRICK J. DOBSON, Referee.
-ILFRED J. WOLFF. Attorney for Plaintiff.
115 Broadway. New York City.
The following is a diagram of the property
\r> be sold. Its street number Is 22S East 73th
Street. N<=w York City:
The approximate amount of th' Men or
charge, to satisfy which th-: above-described
property i» to be sold, is Three thousand
ninety-* and 51-100 dollars (53.098-51).
with ' interest thereon from the 20th day of
January. MM", together with costs and allow
an,, amounting to $19S.S»;. with interest from
January 24th. 1910, together with the ex
penses of tiie sale. The approximate amount
Of the taxes, assessments and water rates, Or
other liens, which arc to be allowed to th«
purchaser out of the purchase money, or paicl
by the Befer*e, is 55" 00 and interest.
Said premises will be sold subject to a flr*t
mortgage uf Ten thousand and 00-JOO dollars
(910.000), with accrued interest at s^i per an
num.
Dated. New York. January 2rtth. 1310.
PATRICK J DOBSON. Referee.
— Receipts 28.000 Btes Choice heavy, $8 730
J8 63; butchers, J5701T5553: liirht mixed, $8 4.'..
ji.s •>. choice light. $8 60998 75, packing, $9tsH)
$8 75: pllts. -<7 SJ'giS 25; bull; Of sales. ?3 * v
$* 70. SUE'JTP — Receipts 18.000: steady ShPep.
55 :->'iis.'- lambs, $7 2.Vgso; yearling *7'lsS6«).
Kan a.- City, Keb. & — CATTLE— Receipts.
: i-',m->. lacluaing 100 Southern; strong- to 15c
higher. Choice export and dressed be*f steers.
55" 10357 2:». fair to good. 55£{'i; Western. $4 75»
$"i 50- stocke-s and feeders, $4V1.*5 75: Southeru
itfers, <4 752?t> 10; cotts. $2 73551 73: natrre.
$3353 63, heifers. *3 73^5"3; bulls, $4S<>£Ji;
calves. ?455&23. HOGS— P.eetipts. 12.0-»; steady
to 5c higher, top, $8 70: bulk of sates. $9 35
$8 70 Heavy, $? « <; 70; packers and butchers.
$■5 50S$S63H, ligrit. Jf 2555s 55: pigs, $7 735??.
SHEEP— Receipts. £.000; steady to 10. 10-.ver.
Lambs, $7 73£SS 60; year!m*s. $7 253 53 10;
wetuer& 5". 75'ff$<i 30- ewes. Jsgs6; stock* ana
feeders, 53 r>t>2s3 50
East Buffalo, Feb. » — CATTT-E — Receipts. 73:
steady. Prime steers, $•■- 6T.357 t'3. VEAI^S— Re
ceipts. 125: active and higher; '■■ I*lo 7*
UOCi, — Receipts, 1,800; actlvo: heavy steady to
;.. lower: light. 10315 c hiKher. llea\-y "an.l
mixed $ofis&o3; Yorkers. $f> 10&j!> 13; p'ss. $9 20
fif'.k 30. roughs. v- 25^5* 40; dairies. •••«:• IP.
SHEEP and LAMBS — Receipts. ' 100; slow and
[email protected] lower. L«inbs. $6 2->i;s.S ?i. a few * 1«>.
yearlings $7 "s«"isS; ei'fs, $»>5fG23. sheep.
mixed. $4 .1 J>;;."
Cint-ir.natl. Feb. 9. — CATTLE— Receipts. 76tf;
'•• ady to Btrong. Fair to pcod ppers. S3 :-"%
$860; common. $2 23314 25. HOGS — Receipt*.
4.571: quiet, 15c lower Butchers and shlpperi.
JS ?(Kgj ■s <S5; common, t, ;> 4<>. SHEEP—P..-
celpts. 240; steady t.^ fctroug, $0015 98t L-tmb?.
Bt«-4»'iV. v> i- *■«"..•
Pittsburg l>b. f>— CATTLE— Suppiv lUcht;
Phoice. S'iS(V3s7: prime. $6 30&$« 175 SHBEP-
Supply fair; prtrae th*pi $>; &>&s« 73; rulls
Hnd common. *3'aJl; lambs, $«'«?". VEAL
CALVES, *:• 50 jJ!O HOGS— Prime heavies.
$'.» 2.%: mediums. *9 23; hea^y V 23
light, $:• ■_■.•.. {•!«.« < ■• CO; roujghs. SSOISTft.
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Bid. A»kwt '
4*. Mov. "39-tnterch f»»S M>*i
>■ ! .-. m i- . '37. lnterch !">■ a lli?. i
44 s jb. Nov.. '37. lnterch 10* 1. >T i j
4'af. May. '17. Intercli I0&S 103»i 1
4.1 Nov., '3S. lnterch.... l>0», <j(>t, !
4*. May. *ST. if-Rtst . . . ■•• s . J>o%
4- Nov., '&•', sgtsi l/t»'» W»
4- Nov.. '3<>. leßtst BS?J - JK)'»
"'is, Nov.. 16, -•'• rcl 88' i <^i,» 4
3S». May. '31. coup M't ss'a
•Tib. Ma>. '54. resist - ST 3 * ssU
•rts. Nov.. '10, rwv lf>2 l'V»»i
Rets. 4i.. Ma;-. '53 ©&fj p3 T »
•louvcu cr rejistere-J
RESORTS.
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SO MICH TO SEE!
SO MICH 10 DO 1 SO MICH TO ENJOY !
6OCTH CAKOLLVA.
lirCU C P 1! Ideal wealth aad ptsa*-.irs re
fllSt.i, 0. 11. I sort. A : d*r family hot»L
■Mngnnl| 3 Inn. l| Booklet. Henry Bu*«-h. Prop.
FORECLOSURE SALES.
bLPREiIc. COURT. COUNTY Or NEW YORK.
— Twenty-thUd Ward Bank of the Clt7 •»
New York. Plaintiff, asain^t R<t« G:=icerg aa«
O'. la^ursuance of a Judgment « for*dosnr*
la pursuance of a Judgment, of fcrec^su.'^
and sale, duly made and eater«J In sis* •to**
entitled action and bearing date the 19th car
of OctoSer. 1909. T. the undersigned, lb« «•<«••
In said Judgment tiad*d, will sell at public auc
tion, at tb-« Exchange Salesroom Vos 14-TH
Vimt Street, la tt« Borough o< Maa3s«t«o.
City of New York, oe the 18th day of Novejn>l?sr
l&Oa al 13 o'clock noon 03 that day. by j^««e->
P. Day Auctioneer, th» premises dlrect«« J>*
said juc'grneat to D-- aci.j. *na cnereta deucxtow*
as follows. , .
All that certain plot. plec«» or p»rc»i «*f
land with the buildings and laapra;— ■!•
thereon erected, situate, lying and bctr.g m
the borougt of Manhattan, of th» City "*
New York. «n th« County and Stata of >« "
York, bounded «2.d described as follows:
Beginning at a p^int on the Southerly «*'»
of 14Hth street, distant 123 f««t Eaa-erly tro-.-a
the corner formed by the >r.t«ra*ctloc o* tb*
Southerly side of l46ih £tre»t with the Eaat
erly sld^ of Broadway: rut;:.!"* t --:-■» Mtt
erly along the Southerly aide of 14««h >>tr«at.
37 feet 6 taches; thence southerly para.,4l
with Broad-way. 99 feet 11 inches to ■• ••■25
line of th« block: thence* Westerly aiung »a:*
centre line of the block. 37 feet * l-icheis.
thence Northerly parallel with Broadway. 9»
feet 11 inefcea to tha point or plac» of &•
slr.nin?. ,
And also all that MaM pi»ce or parc»<
of land, with the bui;dings and lsnprarveimnoi
thereon erected. sltaat«. 1; • l:i* ajid bs^js ta
the Borough of Manhattan. Ciry. CotmtT ana
Etate of :•>-> Tori bounded aad desonboa aa
follows-
Becirinin? at a point on the SoaTwwty y
of lfijth Street, distant «m hundred and sixrj
two feet sty Inches Easterly from th« corner
formed bs the intersection of the Souther! ■■
side of 14« th Street and tfc« Easterly slis M
Broadway, former Eleventh Avenue or B«i
levard runnins thence Southerly parallel wits
Broadway and part of the way through a.
party wall nlaety-dne reel and eleven iach«s)
to the centra Line of the block; thence East
erly along said centre line of the Mock. thirtr
seven tee* six laches: there* Northerly. again
parallel with Broadway, nJnetT-niM feet ».«•.©-»
inches to the Southerly slew of 14« th Street;
and thence Westerly aloce tie Southerly aid*
of 146 th Street thirty-seven feet six Inch's to
the point or ptacs of begtnnrcs. B« said a«T.-«r*l
dimensions more or l?is
Dated New York. October 22d. 1909.
CHAS. L. 'JOHN. Hef«re«.
LEXOW S!ACKEIXASt & -WELLS. Attorn« 7«
for Pla!ntl2. 40 Cedar Street. Manhattan.
Ne* TorS City.
The follow is a <*la?ra?3 vt '",• procjrtr
to be sold: its street numbers sj» S4S-K2 west
I4eth Street:
The approximate amount of th* Ifen o»
charge to satisfy which lbs above described
property la to be sold. '« Twenty-two hundred
and' forty-six an.l SO-100 Dollars fS2.C46SO»
with interest thereon from the- St! day 01
Ctober. 1900. togejr.er wtth costs and allow
ance amounting to $C 01.22 wit* interest from
October 19tli. VS. togettsr « itb th* «a.p«cse»
of the sale. - The approximate amount ef-tts
taxes. a?sessm»nt3 and water rates, or otli*r
liens, which are to be sllo-ved m tie pur
chaser oat of the purchase raonsy. or paid by
the Referee, is $1..« 0: -4 and Interest.
Da'fd. New York. October 22nd. 1509.
CHAS. L. COHN. Refsre*
The foregoine sale ls hereby «djoume4 to
Fr!<lar. November 2*s:h. 19091 at the mi tlrn*
an-3 place.
r»a'-d New York. November 1? ' > '. 1909.
CHA?. I. <*OHN. 1
Dm foregoiri? sale 55 r>er«'t>}- fmth.*r a •
Journed to Friday L-ecsmber 3rd. ISO 9. at
tbe same time and p!ace.
" Dated. New York. November C6th. ISCO.
CHAS. L COHN. Referee.
_ . , „..._, sa!e Is hereby further si
journed to Friday, December ICth, 1W». as
the same time and place.
Dated; New York. December 3rd. 1900.
CHAS. L. COH>T- Fe«ere»
The foregoing sale ls hereby farther »d'
lourned to Friday. December 17th. 1900. at
th<* sum tin and place.
Dated. New York. December lot! . 1309.
CHAS. L. COVTS. Rrfere".
The foregoing sale Is hereby further ■«?
journed to Friday. December 24th. 1009. al
tne same time and place.
Dated. New TorV. December 17th. 190!».
CHAS. L COHN". Ksfere*.
The forego ■•■ sale '- hereby - * v »- ar*-
Journed to FTlcJay. December *:-- 1309. at
the same time ami place.
Dated New York. December 24th. 19"!»
CHAS. X.. COHN. Refer*-.
The fort.^»nT '•''* '■ hereby further adjoiirr»l
f> Friday. January Mtb, 1010, at the eaisa tte»
and place.
Dated New Tork. December 3tst. 1909.
CKAS. L. COHN". Refers*.
-<->„ for-ffsjrj:- sal* Is =»r?^v further a*
journed to Friday. February 4th. 1310. at th»
same time and place.
Dated. New Tork. January 14th. 1J*1?.
CHAS. L- COHX Refers*
The going sale Is hereby *';-* v cS-
Journed to Friday. February IStX 1319. **
thf same tim<? and place.
Dated. New York. February 4th. 131"
CHAS. L- COH.V, Kefsre«
SUPREME COCRT. COL'STT OFSEWTOKK.
Francis •"-•> plaintiff, against Llbby Ep
stein et at; defendants. — In pursaanc« of »
|u<?gm« of foreclosure and *aJe. duly mad*
and entered- tn th<* above entitled action ar.-t
bearing date the 15th day of January. 1910. I.
.• .■ undersigned, the Referee In said Juderaeic
named, will sol! at public auction, at tie Ex
change Salesroom. Nos. 14-1-J V*s<?y "— ;'
the Boroueh of Manhattan. City of New Y « r!l ;
on th« l.'th day of February. 1910. at l
o'clock noon on t.*iat day. by Joseph P. Ph •
Auctioneer, the premises dlr<»cti?<l by saM
judgment to be- sold, and therein de»crlbed a*
follows:
All t^at certain lot. piece, or parcel of land,
tvuh the ling* and Improvements taer*<v»
erected j'tuite, 1- ins •«<* b«ing In th« Bor
ough of Manhattan, of the City of New "°/" °/' t :
in the County and State el New York, bouaae I
and described as follows:
Beginning it a. poiui on 1. - Northerly sia*
of One hundred and thirteenth street, distant
Two hundred and three <S08) feet, nve ant
on«-ha!f (5 l ~) •.•>.' from tn-«
Northv.est»rly corner of Park (form-rtr
Fourth > Avenue and One hundred and thtr
t-'ei.-tJi Streei and which point is at or oppo
site to the centre of a par wall: runntcc
thence Norther!'-, parallel with Park Avenn*
dnd p.irr of the disiar.ee through the said
party v all. On* hundred ilOOi feel «i». lit-
Inches to t!te centre lice >.• the block: then« ••
Westerly, parallel with One hundred sad
thirteenth Street. Twenty-flvo t23) feet on-^
on^-half tl L -*> inches: ther.c? South?rl:.
again parallel with Park Aver.ue and part or
the dlsta thrcugH i!:e centre of ar.ctVr
part-.- wall. Ob* huTiired (10i>\ ts*t «!*ven
(11) Inches to the Northerly side -- On* hun
droi.l and t!•«lrteent^ Street: t>i*ric« EaferJr.
along the »aid Northerly side of One hundred
end thirteenth Street. T-w«nty-flve (?5> fset
on* and one-ha!f (I 1 -) ... the point cr
p!»c» of fceslnnlns.
D^t-d. Ne-v York. Januarr tSL 131f».
ED»ARD W. CRITTE.v:
Kefe»e».
XV 01881 S V.HAI.EY. Ksq .. Attorney tor
P!a*ntif. -7 William Street. Borough of
Manhattan. City of N>w fort
T^e following I* » diagram of the proren"
to 1 •• sold; its street Number ta 71 East 113ta
Street.
Tho approximate amount of th» lien
charge, to sattafj wM-.ii »h« above df£crtb«j
pruperty is to b.j soli!, la Six thousand eight
hundred *t;Meen and thirt>-fuur one-hua
dre^tha 1 JtLs! 1 * ::it Dollara. w!ih tntere^c
thtreon from the 7th day i»f January. IQl<*.
together with costs and allowance amounting
to twi» hundreii ninetv-rl^e and 33-tC>»
($:"l»0. r.<> i>ol!ars. *ltn Interest from Jar. ■
uarv 1.-.U». f»l>'. together with the expense*
of tha ?ale. The approximate amount of th
taxes, ■isx'ssiiipnt* and water r:nr.». »r other
11-C"". wbicb arc to b« allowvU to the pur
vliav.r out t>f tfi* purchase money, or paid b '
th.> Fi-feree. I.i four hundnd twenty a: '
58 ii«) Dollars aa Interest.
The pr*mi»**s are to be •old s-ibjsct to *
mortgas* to secure the pavmeni of th»
sum of twenty thousand ( <-" '»0 Dalt»r»
ana lnt-re«t at tive (r>7t> per centum ■»•
antum from September Ist. 1900
Lit*.', ; .«t York. January lMh. tPi^»
EDWARD W. CRITTE.VDEX,
P »f«ra«>
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