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STOCKS STRMGEL
V SHOW Ol? ANISIATIOX OX^rAVAKD
K..VXGK . OPj I'R.icES.
CALMHESS OF ; MOSEY 1 FACTOR.
r«>rlln*c That There Ik Xo Iranicdl-
ni* »a»srer of. n. Condition of Striii
*rcncy—SpcoiMl St rengrth. Shown, by
Vin?lnia-Ca.rol£ua Chemical Com
rany, Amonir Other Securities—
IJoud Marlc-t Rather irrcKular-
Otlier Slitrlcct*. . . :
XKW TORIC. jMarcli. 12.— There was
;vm<? show of aiiimationln to-day's stock
market, on an upward range of -prices!.
Tho strengrth.dld not .permeate' thes whole
:i!arket, but there were in ore of the 'usual
:y prominent stocks lbncerned : in tlie
raovement Mian has been the rule recent
]}-. The most -..conspicuous of these was
.Vmalgamatod Copper, in which tlicre was
evidence of liquidation, which only occa
sional lntcrailssibns, during whidh the fall
received a mementary check. The ex-
Trcino' decline reached >4 5-S points. The
rolling of the slock was accompanied by
: :;:nors tliat the next dividend will be
reduced or passed. No authoritative in
formation was to be had on the subject,
:ior on the many ivnorts that the 'mar
keting of the company's surplus stock
had involved: Heavy losses: The weakness
of this stock grave an occasional check
to the advar.ee at other points, but did
not inaterialb' affect the stronger ten
•Jency of the market. Covering- by alarm
ed shorts seemed to play a part in the
ndvauce,: especially In the Coalers, which
have been freely sold 'on rumors" that tho
vnthracite miners were determined to
)iush demands that would not be gTaiited:
-To-day equally assured, predictions were
heard i, that there would be no labor
troubles in the coal trade, and that tJiere
\vns no room for dissatisfaction. r There
no authoritative Information on this
su-bject either.
AnoUier case where speculative sentiment
t\-as reversed from tliat of yesterday was
Dn the outlook for the winter- wheat crop,
vn reports of copious rains in Texas and
ihe Soutliwest. Buying' to cover short
contracts was particularly effective In
Pacific which also had the ad
vantage of a reported increase in gross
t?ArninFS for the first week of sr?rch
LIONET iIARICET CALIT.
Tho calmness of the money-market was
Ih e final factor of a general character
on the strength In stocks. The rate for
mouey is firm, and ■•'nobcidy* is; found to
predict an early, relaxation of rates, but
Reeling "was reassured to-day, that there
is no immediate.* danger of forcing a con
dition of stringency. ■:- It Is supposed that
the trust companies are putting:, out loans
at the higher rates, and thus relieving
f-oine- of tho pressure upon the banks.
This shifting: of loans from the banks
to the trust companies does not eXfect
f.nj real strengthening of the money eitu
utir-n, as the cash reserves of the trust
con'ranie* are on deposit with the * banks,
Jind the ultlmato reserve ncrainst the
leans is thus unchanffedi. Tiie foreign
cxcSf nge market indicates also that loans
nre still being renewed and extended from
foreign lenders. . . ■ . :
Special strength was shown to-day by
<£en<-ral Electric, Westinghouse Electric,
JCortli American, Uie Virginia-Carolina
Chemical stocks, the Cotton Oil stocks,
■JJic Readings, and Peoria and. Eastern.
There were gains of a point or over in
a large number of slocks, which were
ttsCdiiicd . by a late realizing movement]
BONDS IRREGULAR. ' •.
The bf.nd market continues rather ir-
r<;s;ular, and moderately active. Total
rale.-, r-ar value; $2,340,000* United States
boiils wtre unchanged, on call.
Total sales: of stocts for the day, C75.C00
J-hares.
KOKET AND EXCHANGE.
.Close— Money on call firmer at 31-2 to 4
l>ar cent.; closing bid and asked, [email protected] per
J:ent.; prinaa mercantile paper, [email protected] per
tent. ' * . . "
Sterling exchange steady, -with actual
business in bankers' billsatS4.S7l3^l?4.S7 5-S
for demand, and at $4.85.^4.85 1-S for sixty
Hays; posted rates, S*. SG and $I.SSI-2, com
"sierciaJ bills. 5i.54 l-2gf4.551-2.
Bar silver. 541-2: Mexican dollars, 431-3.
Government bonds steady. State bonds
inactive. Railroad bonds irregular.
Silver certificates. 5.000 ounces sold, at
*S3-S; closing, [email protected] 3-4.
■ .V«tv» t'orlc Stock Market.
JJuotatior.s Furnished by Thomas Branch
& Co., Bankers' and ■■Brokers, ■ '
Members New York Stock and Cotton
Exchanges.
Opening. Closing.
ySmencan Can, c0mm0n...... 14% 145^
American Can, prof, (bid) 57 57*4
VVm«r. Cotton Oil, c0m..;... -53 4(>\b
American Loco., common.... 32 1 ?; 21%
American Loco., preferrod. . W,4 32;- 4
American Sugar ...... 12t?u! 126-/8
iA.m«rici3n Smelters Co. -iC'l) -4GVj
»i.ma!gama.ted Copper ......... t>S?i W%
'Anaconda Mining Com. Sl'Vs SIV2
>A.tchison, c0mm0n:....; ?4?i 74%
iUcliison, preferred '.. 3GU %i,i
Baltimore and Ohio 101 J 4 ■ loi\i
Baltimore and Oliio, r>ref . . . .... $>i
JJrooklyn l^apid Transit ..... CSMs C.-;%
Chosa.pea.kt2 ■ arid Ohio ........ 4o ?^ 00-4
ChL and Great Western 2iV t
Chi.. Mil. and St. Pau1...,:... 3Ciii IC3-/«
Chi., R. Island and Pacific. l<;7-> 4 3GiiA
C C. C. anV15LL... ....... ."•>»% ioo'
Dol. Fuel and Iron (last sale) S2¥jl ■ $i\%
Rc-10. and Southern, c0in..... 27^ S7V&
Colo, and Southern, Ist pref.. 72 73? i
Uolo. dnd Southern, 2d pref... 45?s 45;s
Consolidated ' Gas .219 221
Con. Tobacco, i p. c......... Cs^s Cs?s
Con. Tobacco, pref...... '. .... . 117^
KplaTvare and Hudson 170& 171
el.; Lack, and "Western (no
sales, closed) .... 279'
tZrle, common 25Ts -3€^i -
J^rie, Ist preferrred C7U C 7
C-cneral Electric .. 209 302,
JiUnois Central ........ ...... 339^ 139Va
pw end M. ......... S7^ .37%-
LiuisviHo and Nashville..... 103VJ KC2
Manhattan Elevated *.;....... 12S 12SM
flotropolitan ......... '....'.... 1(57 167*4
Mexican Central ....... ...... SO 29^,
vies. :" Central, 3st incomes.... S3ri 33%
(Missouri Paciflc ....... ....... :^-i . SS%
fclo,, Kan. and Texas, pref.
(•jo sales) .... 531&.
tVerv York Central IG2 . 162%
i\". V.. Out. and 'Western.... 32' a S?Vj.
Korfolk and.. Western ........ . 50? i •..'.:' fi(%-
ICor. and Western, pref .91 SOKi
wor Arner. Co. (last sale).... SC.4 10C>
Mail v. 4SVi 47Tf
?snii3ylvaiiia ........ 151*« loUb.
Hoplc's Gas ................. 101U- .lOOVi
B-Wading ............ ••-.■• : 52VJ -54"s
Jit-adlnsr, Ist preferred....... £ols Si);s
Xi'-adlng, 2d ■■■■preferred........ CS l^ • C6T4.
f^ati Francisco .:..' ........ iWiii.' CO
Francisco; 3d Cpref.v " 72 . Tl^a'
Bt. L. Southwestern, pref.... .-.- oGVa,
Kwthern Pacific ............. W%; Ws
Southern Railway ......: ...... "2Vi 32J1-
Hallway; pref;.:... 95? A■• H>^j
y'wuitssee Coal and Iron . —-- cs . :: ■> 6. va
'Jcxas and 'I'acific ....'.;....- '.•>»%■ -\ "331*
""n'iOn Paciflc. .c0mm0n.;.... .'SIi ■ : ; Sfvn
"v'!ison PacSfic, preferred..... 66% : S6?«.
j.'nited States Leather, com., ll** 31*4
''':>iied States Steel, .c0m.... 42 . 41v<.
I'niiert States Steel. ; ; pref.... WVz 93 '-«
Vit.-Car. Chem., - com: (last ; - . :
eale) ....:......... C 7 CS?*
Wabash. preferrwl? ....::■.;:.. 42 ;-. 42-.
V.'ostern Union Telegraph-....; 9oia ■■.._:*>&■
cotton. . ; .■• ■ - ,;::
" ■ « ■'-'.- Oponing^ Closing.;
March ........-S.S7- :: 8.97 •■ -
April ................... ..8.81- :v5.97/ -'-
May ....... ....... ...8-72- . S.S4. ;
Juno (bid)...... •■......>..■...•;£ ■; ■: .-.■ »-g '.; -ji {
July- .. ........ ...-.;.;. ..8.77- : : - -. : ».«> >.- -•• ■ i
August -..;..v..--. •••••••-f-^*-^^-:-- i
October .......... .^ ; :_. . °i~: ;t'l
November^.....- :r-- 8 : 01 :' : -> ?■■?;!!
t'nitea StateJs refunding 1 2's,; reg-.i-. v^,, j
United : States ' refunding 2's;;coupon.v.iC9y* ;
i; nlttd; elites f 3's,'!- registered. . . : l • ... JWJ* ;
Ijr.iu-d States 3's, coupon ..•..-..••- -iJ2i/l
IJnited States; ne»v?4'»,lreffißtered..^i4»»;
United Statw"newj4'fl/icoupon^;rr.^w»»i
United Btate« ? old- 4's.v registered;;-..^ 111%;
t Jnlted 'J3Utea ■ old;4'^;vcouponr. ; . . . . . • iij J» ;
IJnitf-d- atates C"s registered ••••vAV. # JiXS7?|
IJnlt«id - State«-,Fs, coupon ••iXf %
Au-Jiison/fi general; 4's r (bid) Wgi
A.icbison^a4außtment ! i4's;:^Sf^3>«»|i|
M - ■ -
, Nevwgocdicoming in. - "
: New Spring Hats,; S hoes"
Fancy Shirts, Neckwear, and
S p ringn g U nde r wear— -wo ha via
full lines of now, in; stock. r
In' Spring Suits and Top
Coats, these from last season
are being offered so wohdrous
ly low that they've got the
crowd with 'em for several
days yet.;. ; . ; :" -■'•■ - ' - ••
$13 and $18 Suits &t% ha
and Top Coats . , Vy#|v
$8 and $10 ones for; $S.
And soon— up and do w n.
TV FOOT Oi/TF/TTEP^r
BaltSmore and Ohio C'^'s ftiid).'.'.;r; DG. :
B&atimore ajid' Ohio cony. 4's (bid)". v. : -10>Mj
Canada Southern 2's (bid) ........... 107%
Central of Georgia s's ............... 110^.
Central' of Georgia; Ist' incomes.'.;..'.. WA
Chesapeake, and: Ohio:- 4%' s . .i. ...v.. 1 . 1 10S -.
Chicitgo and - : Alton 3Vi*3 .;-. ...... . . . v. . • 8-lys
Chi., Bar. and -Quiucy new 45.. ..... 85-4'
•Chi., ,iL and St Paul. gen. 45.:...:.. Jli\i-
Chi. and Northwestern con. T5. ;...-. 137-4.
Chi., Rock Island and Pacific 4,5...... 111%
C, C:. C. and »St. L. : gen; 4's' (bid);... 101 ..-.-
Chicago Terminal 4's . . '... .'. ; 89
Colorado and Southern 4's ...,-.io-.
Con. Tobacco 4's .:.........'..;.........'." CSV 4
Denver and: Hio Grande 4's .......... 103 =•-=
Erie prior lien- 4's 9y^s
I Erie general ' S 4's ....■..;._ 87Vi'
Fort Worth and Denver City lsts.... 113^
Hocking Valley 4%'s (bid) 108? i
Louisville and Nash. Unified 45...... IC2^
Mexican Central 4's ...... «.... ....... i>-/a
1 Mexican Central, Ist incomes.;; — .. 33%;
Minn, and St.. S Louis\4's <13) d);....;.. 1031s
Missouri,: Kansas jand Texas 45....... 99Ji
--Missouri, Kansas and Texas 25...... B^^
New York Central Ists (bid):......... 103 ft
iNew York Central gen. 3%'s 0>1d).... 303
New Jersey Central" general 55...... 33SM,
Northern Pacific 4's ................... -105ft-
Xorthern Pacific 3's .74^
! Norfolk and ..Western consol 4"s 103 V&
: Pleading general 4's: .". &Hi
St.' L. and Iron Moun. eon. s's (bid).. HSVi
St. Liouis'smd San .Fran. 4's*(bid)...." £SVa
St. LKjuis Southwestern lsts (bid).... SS
St. liouis Southwestern; 2's ........ T9V&
San Antonio and Aransas Pass is.. OlVi
1 Soutliern PaciJic 4's S'|i
i Southern Railway o's (bid) .........'. 120 V&
Texas and Pacific, lsts (bid) .:....-. 120} 8 .
i Toledo, St. I*. .and Western I's (bid) S_.%
Union Pacific 4's • l°2^i
Union Pacific cony. 4's lCaJ*
Wabash lsts '.;; ....i.....v..... 119
Wabash 2's (offered) ; ... 11l ,
Wabash Deb. B. ...:. •• < 3
VV-est Shore 4's ............ ............ 313
Wheeling iand Lake Erie 4's o]%
Wisconsin Centra 1 4's . WVa
Mobile and Ohio col. trust 4's (bid)... to
Central : of Georgia, 2d incomes...... 3->
Va--Carolina Chemical Co. «S?&
A r a.-Caroliua Chemical Co., pref.... ISO^
Seaboard Air-Line Securities.
BALT3I MORE, MD.; . 12.—Sva
board. common, [email protected] i Js; Seaboard, prefer
red, 44%<5M5; Seaboard 4's, ' Si^SiTs. "
RlCliU«>» S'iO(JK MAUItBT.
i Richmond, Va., March li, : 1902.-
STATE oi-v-uiviTii^K). ■ Bid. Asked.
North Carolina 4's' ..- W5 ....
Norm "Carolina I) s ............ I^s ' -. ..._..-
Virginia 3 s .yiew) ...:........>. ' l'u?i .b7-/i
Virginia Centuries ............ SHi :sh&
CIT l r SEC U RITLES. ■ . .
Riohnrond city o's ..:....• :ix" ......
'Richmond city 4's lU7ls .....
naii.iiUAv BuNUS. ;
Atlanta and Charlotte 7' s 114 .....
A. C. L. of C, C. of I.', 5 p. c... 136
A. C. L. of C, C. of 1., 4 p. c. ll'l :
A. C. L. Cer. of Ind., 4p. c... S3 IC'l
Central of Ga. Ry. console's.. 110^ .
Char., --Col. and Aug. 2d-.7'5... r 112
C and 0., R. and A. Ist 4's.. 104- ......
C. and 0., R. and A. 2d 45... 304 .....;
C. and 0., R. and A. 4%'s 307
Colum. and Greenville Ist*- o's.'. 118 .....
Ga., Car. and Northern Ist s's 111
Georgia Pacific Ist 6 5..:....... - : 12S": .....
Ga., -So.- and* F10rida...:...- — .. H» .....
Ga., So. and Fla., con.' s'fc-.... Ill' .....
N. W. Ry. Pocahontas 45.... iG^ ...-•
Petersburg Class A. ;>'s .... US .....
Petei-sburg Class B 65.. ...... 12S .....
Rich, and Danville gold 65.... 120 .....
Rich, and Peters, con. 4%' 5.. 110 ......
R., F. and P. conijol 4Mt'5...... 110 .....
Rich, and Meek. Ist 45.. ...... So;
South-Boundv Ist s's ...... — 111 ; •-;•
Seaboard Air-Line con. , Ist 4's 84Vj SjVi
Seaboard Air-Line c01., tr.. 5'5.. 10. % 104 .
Southern Railway -Ist 55...... .121, ....^.
Virginia" Midland'. G. 3VI.' 55.... 115 .....
Western N. C. Ist 6's 121
RAILROAD STOCKS'. Par.
Atlantic-Coast Line. : com.;. 100. 87 .....
Gafs^and Fla., Ist pref.,loo 33*& 10^ .
Ga.. So: and Fla.. 2d pref.-lW 76 81 j;
G" So. and Fla., c0m..... 100 -50 60
N""and W.. pref.; 4p. c.V.100-:. 91 .....
X" F. and P., dlv. 0b1i:.....100. 2JO-; .....
BANK AND TR. CO. STOCKS. ;
Aimerlcan National ..........100, 111 -.'....;
Broad-Street Bank -6Vi. .....
First ";iciitionai-"..:::::::;-:;:.'iM ™ „ •*'■••
Merchants'-- National-. . . ... . . .103 250 .....
Metropolitan Bank; of ,\ a... 2j» 27, ■>..'... ■
Xa tional Bank of \ £-• •• - • . . .100 • 12;» ......
Peters.. Say. and Ins. Co.. 20 ■©».,• ..;.....
Planters' National ..........100 SlO .....
Rich Trust and S. D. : Co: .100 138' v 140 .
Saving's Bank- of Richmond 2a 50 -:...:... ;
fSS-Bank:of-yiV^^;;;;;:ioo ,m :~:p:.: ~:p:.
Southern- Trust Company. ..loo .108 .....
Union Bank of , Wchmond.^oO 1^ .....
Virginia Trust Co. ....... :...1W 1-b .....
companies. ;
Virginia Fire, and .Marine.. 2o • 56^. ._;..,;...
Virginia States ...... .»..i».2» .: 2o^ „ ....
MISCELLANEOUS.. ■-.- / : ;
Amer: Locomotive, pref . . ..100 Sk. .... .
Bil#?liiili 111
Old Dominion S. ;S.- C0..,..1W w
Va.-Car.Chvm.. pref. S p. c.300 ..-IJRj : 3-9
Va.-Carolina - Chem.. :•. com . . .103 . 67^- ;o> ,
W Ji Land 'and Imp. C 0.;.. 25 .....
•;:'•:* SALES BEFORE; THE;BOARD: J :i
-50 Virginia-Carolina Chemical^ prefer- ;
'red-at 128;,50 Virginia-Carolina. :C?l«*nical,:
preferred at :1281i-> '■'■■'■.. ■■-■ :'■ \ *- ; : v ,
SALES ;AT; AT THE BOARD. *{/ . -,:; *-
■25 ? Vi-rsiiiia-Carolina Chemical, v prefer-;
red QtliS-H.; 50:VireinIa-Carolina Chemi
:clfe?^Wd;;aUl2^;ii66J^gin^Ca^g
:&:Chen sical^preferred.tat;l2B^5 ical^preferred.tat;l2B^ ; 50 i Vir-.
'ffiniaTCarollnaf .Chemical;? £nr?farred.Ts at
12814- 5 -Virginla-Carnlin* - Chem!cal;] P'-c- ;
f^-re'd at -12S^; ' 509:
Oaroima * .'Chemical, common., at .G<%.; : fc-?
Zl, f, r O , yjr «riiii««-O«rol 4 na : qhemlral --f, com-_
cal" coTninnn. at fi^ 8 *. s '.- - .- . .-.
: * SALES SINCE ..THE, BOARD.; . ,■:
rA?^n<'c-Cnast^L4Tie^coniiaon?^ti|W^lO
Vir^nla-CaroMnft ChemicaUanre^rred.iat^
X^? -Carolina v Ch Amiofll.; , prf
l^^Sat"^^; Si S^Vir^nla-Carolina
ShSSwl. preferred. «t 128». . ;
IliiiifiSlSE
"Bla^WfpeMfi^^^j^^fl^irrßO^l'
Blackeyorpeass*.".,,.*., 150--'®ltt6ii
pClovery^wholc«al«. p*r ' Wsm
•• •■■'.- bushel* ECO 4J> 6 25^3
:. i...S3 r oos<g>/32S§i
?* Orchard Vgras3,^whoiesala'-l : .l [email protected] 1»35E-5
WHerd? grass '-nvr.T:.'- ' r.u <f ( > 40
gfeOermiansmlHetV....'.^:;..V;. r .*. 1 «» -;■© 2 'QO'^-t
fSHungarian: » „ l 25* ®1 50 l *
........, f : i .iT.T.^''il 00^® I'ls®
HHy. • ■
f*Nor 1 timothy .1303 ; ,
;«' No^2 i Umothylv^r^^r: . . -, 13 50 K @u'w W
'■ ■;- No;t I? clovor.^mlxed:-; T. T."i ." 12 00 [email protected]! @12 50 if
:No:s2 v clover,; mlxed....;^..- 10 50 «<S11 [ 00 ? '
No^iTclover^^. 1 ... .-.i.1.^; 11'50tmS12 wi|:
: :; No.'' 2 ." clover :; .;...-.'.^v:^^om:riaT-^-;-^it
■'.>■ Virginia l : timothy,:- No;? l. s r:rilS 60 '£ @14 00 ?S l
X Virginia ?timothy, ■■": No." 2.7 iT ll;00 S'@lTsO ':*'
j;HVirKlnlu ■ mrsed * ': ;r.'.;.T.. N0mina1. :. ., - :". f
Cl?ver. •--; Virginia s ...^.; .. .'.Nominal.
:Btr»w:-. b :_-:>-:^-..-.:-.--'- : ; : .-:- ;: ;, . :.- v;- \>mm^sVM%
;/.;..'.. 1.,...-..-.-/.-' 7001© 7. B0 W
ir^L^cserDr^aed, large bales 5.7 50 - ! @ 800 5
;B»MicHs:; B»MicHs: r ■■:;:_ ■:■■:;■; -..:.-■■ --■v'u-':.^:^^:.-- -^ -.-;,.. .^
• ' Baled . . . . . i .... -. ... ..'.....^ 11 00^©12 Od ?s
■■Room.: ■-■■:■. •■;•;■'.-■-■■'' :'::r:^ ".>>vv ■■:■:-•■ v^ ; -:.-.- ■-■•:.•■■;'■:
a^Gtnfieng,'- dw poundr-i....;^ W^C I 50«. a
i; Bvßacac /»■«« :'Bt. : :tc>ps,'';per' 5 :;-'£;---:^t--i-.*-i.'.--,- : ;-;
; -.-X n0unc' .'......'.. .i. -..v.'.i.i'j ' : ;; 85 -■■' © ■ ''' IS""- 1
;-.\voo:;,; ■:.;;::? ■■■.vsy l :--'fA:': : -%^4., v-,-.^''.
I-Tub^wanhj**-.;....'.....:;^;'.^ :/ 23:;|©-.VjSB p
' < TJnwaihea :'-:v.':v;v.'.'.v. I r.'^.-; .'.:.: :V: 15 :'« tf r •: 17 -.-' " :
SBurrv-wlir bring;* to 'Ea'peripoundJeai*'
. than- tn« : ab^ve ■ raten: v- ."->:^.-- vv.- :.;-r ■ ; ;•-. .... ; - ■;
,^H ITB^T AND-PI3H. • •"•' '
Bncon:-' :; : .^,^D ; ; : - :: -.^.-^.oV: r o - : 'v v ;^-'::!
.' Smoked i clear-rID v sides: .'. . : 10 ■ ' @"■ ■ 10%
:. Pi'iv - rdrx-Balt-.-Lolear^rib ; w :-: ' . /
■-■' '.sides. ;.....;....*.: ...;:.....' : 8 50- @ 8 SO ' '$■
:'Bnouidext»,_ bulk;. .:.•..;.'... : :s^ - -; ■;■':. ■■: :■:'.
':Virginia:..ha-ma I f; fancy .;i;. ' ! IZ\^<§ : . 14 :
:^ Smlthfield • ham 5;,? ..;... :; ;. ,'■ 18 @ ' 20 . '
: Buicar-cui - «1; to- ;■:'.: ... v- .%
- . i i=i2o and brand ."....".;...*.■.*.:■• 11%@ • -12^4
:- : Belli es \ ( Dulk) : • :...!. . .' ..■.•..' .' •; :• 9 >,i<@ : , ;. ysj
v-:- Short 1 backs ......'..'..'. v;.;^ . .-: 8% ;
? Long,; -heavy, fat backs.'; : . ~854~ 854 - -
-■: .Light, '•:: long, backs '•..::.....''* SS 1/^1 /^ ,
■JButts » ' ."...." 714 v.
Country. Bacon: ..- : ■ ' ■-. - .
Hams." ■mall.' flmokeO, ; per' ■ • : -
rpoun^ ........... ........ 24 © If
: Hams.-: medium-size,- well-. * ; : ■
;; - smbkedr per* pound.;: 7v: v v 111%® 12%
■ very-'iarfit : -alzo. - ;
-well smoked,-, per : pound . SI ••'
.- Hants. : .slightly smoked, : -.'!-, .■■■'■
■ ■:.': small,. per pound .;...... '.'lS^;."; - :
- - Hams, slightly V emoked, -.. '
\'y- >.rge,' per poand ...r.; . n @ 13 ■
- Bhoulaers. wcli ' smoked, . - - ;>;
. .-; ' per ; pound ...... ;-. -r. ....... -.;■ 9 1 ,&@ .v U0%' : '
h .-: Bhouldera. -jnsn;olied, pel* ■:...;: . -
■'.. '^peivpound .................. 8 <§> ', %%
X) Eiaeß - amall; per : it 7 ! :■ -
: pound .....-.........-.....:• -97s r
Bld es. iarse, smoked; per
- '=pound .......... .......... 9-; i ;
Lard: 7-; : .■ ■ '■-: ".• .. :::
'./Prime,: for tierces. ;...v.'...' 10 . .- .
Compound, for tierces. . ... Sl4 :
Cheese::.' / ' \ ■ -.-■" : ■ ■ :■■ '
B^st.-iiill: cream :CNew
York State -' ■ v 32y a , -
18-pound,: picnic. ............ l2Vi
-25-pound; f1at...... ..../: 12%-' --^. '■;"::
Fish— HerrlriKS: y-\ i> : >.r.-: ,; ■.■:•.:..';:;■.-:';::
'•: Vjrth Carolina family: roe,'' ■ ' - -
.-half barrels ...... ...... 7, 00^ V : - -
Wood's N. C. cuts -..:...:.:. -5 25?'.: •■
Other brands'. / North Caro- .7 ' . ■
linacuis .................:.- 520 v•: :..
Susquehanna : cu ts ■-. . '. ........ \ 5 25
. GROCERIES. &c. '
■Mavchea:'-- '•: ■ -. - - ■' '■■; ■■■ - :/■
: Atlant:c v 6s's ................ 4T '' -
Best and cheapest 655.... . 55 „: ;:
Climax 65'e ........;...-....- 65. , : .
Swift &■ Courtney *>'a J5
Coast lft/s $5
Globe 100's ................. &5 k .
a00'a.. ..:.... .V.. 1 W:-: ; '
Blue ton 600 r « -. ..» * 25;.:-
Kyriip:-;-:.. - ; . '.; ■" .". : -,''- . ■■■ - - '";.; :': ;^. :
Euga-r s,«rrup. accoraln? to^ . ■ -^ i
quaiitr ..................... \i« © 2*.
-White corn syrup. ..' 26 <y> ;
Vanilla-flavored syrup....' 26 @ .29 .
New Orleans ML-lassea: - '■'■'•
Low sriius ;............ I^-jsQ l 15
C<»n:r!fugaV ................. 13 0- 23
On«e kfsttle- ....... ........ 30:® 40
Porto E-1c0: ................ 15 @ 35
Honey: • - -.-
Strained ......... ....--.... . » @ -I«? v
' Comb, in X-pound c&scb.. 10. (& 12Vi
Ix>osfi comb .....:.,......... ■ 1 :_<Q;\ 8 ;
Rice: - : - ■'■- .-, ;: - m A -- .
;:Caroiiila, whole grain .... 5 -vp ...7 .-..
. Carolina, broken ..■.....:;.■. 4 @;.i ;
For^len, Rooii .............. 6 © 8
Fancy ...................... . € Q . 6vi
Silt: • ' ;-.' - - ■: ■■ . . , . ■■-.
Fine, white, dry, from
sSore, per sack, 200 lbs... S5 f
100 pounds...... .......... 45
Flour: ' :K . ■ :
Fancy patent 4 33 ©470 ;
Virginia patent ;..... 425 IS 455 ,;
- Straipht- ............. ...... 375 @4 CO
- Clear ............. .^........3 TO @375 - ;
JMxtra vs.. 3 50 [email protected] 3 75 :.
"Low grade ........ 3 25. (S 350
Country, bolted ............ ; sO--"- [
jfn\,.-fKI- - ...-.■■• . . -.-. .-;;- : .
Bulk.'shipstuff. per- ton... 25 CO ■ ' ■ -
Bran ............. ..........;. 24 CO
Susra*-— . -- , --^ - ' .■■
Cut-loaf ...:...... .........: 5v5
. Standard, powdered ...... 500 ..;.
Granulated ........ 480 .. •
Confectioners' A " .....' 4 60 -
-No. 6. B ;...;......'.... .-4 30 '
No. it ............ 410 ; :
No! :12 C. .:....... ....4 00
Coffe*: '' ' :■ ' . ■■ ■• • :': '- ;; " v
Rio ................ ........... 71/60- JO
Laguayra ...;.-i.... ........ '.9 @ 11
JOKT-GOODB. '. -.
Blearhfrt fihlrUnga ana - : ,-. | .
- Sheeting's: .. ■ .•. • - ■" ■ "■ . r
10-4 Pembroke ............. -20 7,; ';..
iO-4: IJnoa ■ 26 •.
Brown Cottons: • _ - ;-■
I^. c.Pialda . 3^@ ■:; . o , ;
•»-4 Exposition . 4'.yj ■ -5%
Merrimack Shirtings •- . :;v: ■ ' ■ . 414 ' • .: ,-,
rPaclflc3?:..^^v-1 !'*r*^''- I ' l^*%@ *
•-: Manchester ......... ■.. ....... v -r. 4J4 -v- :•
Bimp^on mourning -"•••" . .^Ti :/ . :
Market unsetUed. - - '^ "
In craL-a. -.neai-oy. Vlrj^nla, _ .-._.
fresh, per. dozen-=.... 13 @ l-l-
In crates... from othei sec
tions,' per dozen ............ 13 . ..-; ';
Inbarr- *-:anu bijxt's. fres^. ,
.pe-r dozen - ......... l ;lZ-^-::"i~r T ~
r-JTVoi POITLTHY.. ■
Turkeys, hens ............... 12 @ 13
Turkeys, gobblers ........;.. 12 •
Ducks, large, per pound.... 10 @ 11 -
Young chickens. large, per i . - ..:....'..
pound ............. ; -•••• '13 @ 14 .
Young chickens, small. 1 .;:. .34 .
Large young roosters, each 25 @ 30
Old roosters, each .......... ■ ; 2j -• . .
Hens, per" pound-: 11 @-: 12 -
"unie^-. >a.oh ;;.......-....... :■ 16 ■.©....; 20,
Large, fat geese, each...... 50-..,
| Small . -
iTurkeys, choice," fat, per Ib. .IS @ 19
'Turkeys, poor to fair; per lb.: 15 @ 1G „
Chickens, small,- fat,, per lb. 15 - -
Chickens/ large, fat, ; perab. 13 ■ '..■ _
Ducks choice, fat, -per lb.. ,17 @> IS
Geese choice,- fat, per. lb..^ 10 @ 11
- ... : BUTTEK. '.: ' ;•
Choice, fresh. . mixed, per.. : -_. - .
pound ............ .......... ■ 1< @; 18
Common to fair ...... V...... 15 @ J 16.
VKGKTA BT.TSS AND FRTTTTS. :■ >
Irish -Potatoes,: per bushel.. '..-.;'. 93 ;@ 105
Onions, per barrel ..'......•. 400 -
APPles. as - to; quality.-.. ....v 250 @ 5 00,..
Apples, choice eating,^ per __- r m .
-■ barrel — .......... 3 50. @ 500
.--,':. iXiIQUORS. ; WINSS, &c v, ;
A &cf>»cri fbest brand), pinta. . \
*per dozen (sold) '........ 17S d» 00
Sranrties. • : -. ; " ' . - '■';.. ■: •' ■■■ .. Vu^Vm'
- -DomeaUe, 1 1| ; 0140 : -
ADDIo •••- — ••• * 17a „» S 00
Irglnla -BeacS: .....v....v..v. 3 W C 1* v
nye:Whl«kfeyß:!;.: - : ; ; V' - - : ; •}.'-' . :_. :^ -; ■: '
;. Medium —— »• |»» SIS'
,p or « . old ;-....-...; 200 Q Z CO;.
" Virsrlnla mountain/ new... .-; 1.75; @ 2 00 : >
Old .V.*.. ........ .$2 [email protected] 00 and.upwarda.
G Oo7ne=tio 110 Ol 60 : :
|- lTr,^rteo^P.er;caae ......;.» 00 . ©10 00?-
Rectified: srh:sxey». >♦--..••. 11O;# 1 &» ;
!'. -'- - .:-:- .- HIDBB. --. . -..--- " ..
Dry-salted; perrpound...... 9 .:■■■■■ ,;■ ,-:, : -.,-■
I Dry flint,, per; pound .....^.; ; llj; , i - v-^-h-;-;
I Green salted, per pound.... oJi
Greene ;.i::...i-... ;— • .- • '• -
Sheepßkins :^.v.... .......... ,X; O ; .«
I Lamb.-; salted- ................. :■;.;• 20 & »
Green halted calf«kins.....;; -60. g : 76
•Pelts ; -... ..■.".^•••••••"••r— —:':■■ 10^O^- 2 *;.
| : Tallow :::..........,,,•_•: „ *^4
!;3eeswax:'i^."-^-^.«.i -'■;,** :•-■- '' : :•" -v
■;-: DRUGS. DYESTUFFS. AO.V; -
Alcohol. ?perr#«iilon^ -" ' 3 70
Coucentratec -^ye, pcrv;case; .,- -■:■
or :tourrdozen .:..;'.v...".; 2.75j0.* 0» ;;:
: Borax^.:V...V.v^.V..'.V.;.V^:..';.:.^d^:W.,: : .
Sulpnur -..;.......—.•.. . 2%0 . *
Co i»perasM»«^soUß(l '...y..;.. ;:?i2 ; V;J .: ;
1 EJxtract of^ogwootx..:... :_•;; : la ■..& -^ if.-
l ;ffi t / IS!r^n{inV-;:..::::::::1 S!r^n{inV-;:..:::::::: ,«g:S?
■ Blcarbonaie- :.^ •—• ;!• ••• •"" •.:-:^ ; ;-^ :^: >: !■.: \% "
box — •V^fgc S!IlljAOT .ovaL V
ii^riwashe^;free'6f\b : ure^i^->is';@^6^
-Unwashed: Merino ?;:£.;... ao:[email protected] u
t Tub washed, free; of burs. .20 *i). 22':
■' Walnut -'.ksrneij, per Ib. • . • @ - •
|F^thers^lv»?^e^pcrlb.,/ 43 e;*4Bg
jFeVttner6*inixed; ! :per ; :lb....;;.tKa*^»g
fß^r^r^ 3 |counW^9or»^#|^q^lg
>„. Hsy^* *** ■'■'••••.*■... • -■ .■- ■- •>■■■ ■■ : l<| *A r' jM} ■' V
I- ■^Bt.rA*'»fl !<*•••• •\***|f *.*J" <r-r-.* ;•»:-* -i. ft. V"; V"^C *- X *"'\ «A ' > .' : ' 1 i ?f
v. ;Xj&DiAuuA -.. ■■■* jfe«
(EstablisHed 1838).
MEMBERS)N^iY.ISTOCItEXCHANGE
MEMBERS N: V.' COTTON EXCHANGE
PRINCIPAL MARKETS.
- •
Investment Securities
ASPECIALT..
ja 19-iy . ■
■•>;liard.; ; iNo. 1 -- : l'vVi';.'.'..'.-.v;..;;; '."-S7i- v. : ; ';'' "
; ; 130i Kerosene v. J .-.\;......v... '.. t«-
•;Crown.-}l6o;proof i..;:;..,;.'.. - 1054 , ■ '
: : Premium white lucent ...; "U«
;^8weet.iper.«a110«v... ....... . v
"s. Eest^Baladvv.;.;;.;;.^. /..;.;; -j 'oo'fO « 00^
ivC^ißtor,iper'«rallonv.;;;.. ; .. ;3i-;>:ri^:iO9 :
; Virginia, lubricating ....... iH 1 « , 11
Shot: . ■ ~ . .
•-Korthem, per bag, 25
■■■ l: pounds ...... .;T..; V.. ...;..:.-. 1 8) v
Gi'indstones, per A pound.. ... " a -
jVnoerlcan reflaefl. Old Do- ' ■ -
..;;.;...;;...;.:- ~IH
.; ; Engliah 'and: American . . ,
................... BHO ■«*
at Cedar, pernest a..........;. Isr © 1.7»^
&Palßtea,perne»t or t..v..., 2 00^0 > »?
Painted, per nest; ot •t, ; w v -->%[
;.-. -largo;-........"";";............ -•• -v - ; fu^
hWashboards: '.;. ■/ :.'■ ■ -, - - :: ; " ■ x ; ; •--" : '
Wooden ..;.................. 'go® 100 .
Zlno ;-.-;;.'..";;..; V.i.......... 175 O.S »\-i;
: GRAIN ASD COTTON EXCHANGE;:
' l \^/:'/'i Richmond, ; Va,, Mlarchl 12, -1902.\ \
'Quotations: Wheat— Lon^befry," 89;: to
90c; :mixed, SO v to 90c; shortberryi S9 ? to
90c; rNo.- 2- red, 90c; Virginia' bag lots,
75 to : S9c * Corn— White -Virginia, ibag • lots;
G3to-70c.: No. 2.white,'69V'C.;'No. : 3"white,
69c.; :N0.2 mixed, CCc; No. 3 mixed, "6^c, ;-
Oats— No/2 mixed;'4BV£c. ; No. 3 mixed/ 48c- T ;
■No, ' 2 ; white, ■ 5Uc. ; winter-seed oats, 55 ito
6lc . Rye.:C3-to-6Sc;: /: , :, ;,: . . ';. :■:■;■ . .;
; nicnno'sn ■ tod a coo market.
r •"'•■' T ; . ■ Richmond, Ya., March 12, : 1902.
.^. Private :sales .were- reported^ to-day as
follows : . Leaf,' 35 : hogsheads ; \ lugs," 14 hogs
heads;.^wrappers,: 2 hogsheads; fillers, .1.
hogshead; sstrips.v 27 -.hogsheads. r .: •'
Z p. Loose Vi sa les ,--\were : ~S n elb > ; me's '.Ware
house,--47,035 ' pounds-T-^25 "highest price;':
Stonewall "Warehouse, -24,130 pounds— ?lG
highest pi-ice ; " Shockoe- Warehouse, . 37,113
pounds— sl6 highest ' T. price; Crenshaw,
■ Warehouse, 51;390 ■'-. pounds— slS highest
price. . '. " ; - Vtv ! ;. ■ ' ■■;';'■;;, '- a 'I-- 1 1
RICIIMOSD -LIVE-STOCIC .3LVR.ICET;
- Richmond, Va., M^rch 12, 1902.
Report of Richmond live-stock . market
for. week .ending March 1 ll;.;l9o2— sales at
Union -Stock-Yards: v ■■■•-- .: : "-..-.
Receipts: .Cattle,. SSO head; sheep! and
lambs. 200 head: L hogs, 650- head; calves,
•to hea<i : :Ali' sold.: - ■:. .-..;. ::^ ;. : ..
-Prices: Best cattle: sold at 5»[email protected]%e.
gi-oss; medium- to good, 4 : Jisc. !■ gross; com
mon to -fair, "i 2WWV&C;- gross; bulls, 2%@
3%c. ' gross. Market well : supplied . with ■ all
grades -"of.T<Sittle. ... Demand .fairly ; good.
Hogs, . 5%@6&c -.. • gross; " ; Plgs ■"'and '.': roughs;
4 1 ,£&5'£c. gross.- Sheep— Common . to ' best,
[email protected]%c. -groate; a^- few extra a shade
higher. /Lambs— Fall;. . 6%@ay&. : gross. .
GEXEK^vii aiAUiCEJTS.
.NEW: YORK PRODUCBijVIARKET.V
; 12^^1our^uiet'
again,it>ut' steadily. held; rye Hour stsaaj'.
'Cqrnmeal— Steady:-: • ■.--..' -
Rye-VDulljvNo. .2 western, 60^40. ' '
-Barley— Steady; -^•r " ■■.''■-'..-'
./Wheat— Spot dull;. .. ; :'No-™2 red, 86% c.
Good," soaking riains' over, the whole : wht at
belt,- and particularly through Texas and
Oklahoma, ? prorupted further liquidation
and Va" decline :. in wheat "to-day, , . follow ed
by slight ■; rallies 'in the" afternoon- on ; cov
oring. The close was i steady | at a hkc net
decline; ; March ;! closed S2Vfec.; May, 8214 c.;
July 82% c. ft! September ;Sl%c. ; ;■'';: . ;
- .'Corn^-Spot : ;fi/m'; v nNo.- 2;:7l%c.: lnfluenced
for, awhile; after, the opening ■by the . wheat
decline; rcoru rallied/'/ with, oats, and. v/as
firm in the .afternoon/, closing "-.U<g%e.-. net
higher; May closed -: 67% c .; ■'■:,- July closed
66% c; September: closed 65^c.
: -Oats— Spot steady ; No. 2, 52c Options
stronger West, ■ on ; manipulation of the
May 'option and aya v scare of :
• Cut-Meats^-CJuiet. .-.;.-; >
- ' Beef— Firm. :- ' - ,: ; . - '_
■■'- Lard— Firm; '.western steamed, re
fined firm ; i Continent, $J>.9o; South Ameri
can, ■ §10.50;. compound, ?7.755?5.
Pork— Steady. ,::.:;- , -
-: Tallow— Firm./ ._:..:. ....:. . .■
Rosin— Firm; strained, common to good,
$1.57&@51-€O. . ■-,--; _ , : :
-'Turpentine— Firm. _ '
::.Rlce^-Firm. . : ■
• ;Suga"r— Raw "fii-m; .'fair; refining, •a'vic.;
centrifugal (9G-degree test);. 3%c; refined
quiet, ':■■'■'•' ■• ' - - --• -..' -'■ : - -•--•■,
-.Coffee-^Spot Rio easy; No. ,7, invoice,"
r^c. ; mild-quiet; : Cordova. [email protected] : The cof
1 ee ; market : opened .i stea dy, .with y" prices •; 5
points ; lower, vand'durlng the rest of the.
day was | predisposed to ..weakness, under
liquidation, by ;tired : longs. t press ure trom
importers, bear j | selling, | and § absence |of|
speculative support. The market .closed'
easy and net 10 points lower. To tal sales, I
49,500 bags. "■■■■■- ■.-- ;~-'^i£r.'-v"3'i" ir " : ■ ; "'*v^l
: Butter— Firm ; ;-:- creamery, " 22<527c ; State
dairy, [email protected] - ' '- , . ' ' '
• cheese— Firm ; State, full-cream, small,
early-made.i fancy colored, 12*[email protected]; ; do..
white;:: 12%@13c. : ■ ■ : ■-'■'■ a - ' ■ '-'-.■ : >
. . Eggs— Active and firm;: Stat6 and Penn
sylvania, :17c. : southerns at mark, lGric. _^.
/::Pot3a.toesT-Steady; s : prime;. : sack, 52.153\
Jersey- svv-eets.i barrel, 5350<55i.20..
Peanuts-^Steady ■ arid ■ unchanged. .. _
Ca'bbage^-Quiet; State, barrel crate,;
"[email protected]" [email protected] ■' . ; .-.■•'•-..." : ■ ;: ; J
: Cotton— By steam .to Liverpool, 12V^o. ,
Cottonseed-Oil— There was ; no •• further
change in cottonseed-oil, but the /.market
closed v steady,- 'and 'had : ■: a - fair . inquiry
from local, sources;. prime; crude, ,f.-o^b;
mills, [email protected] ; ; prime summer yellow, 4±W&
42c • off summer yellow,'; 40%f?41c. ; prime ;
white ' 43^@4-l%c l - prime : winter yellow, :
[email protected] ; prime meal.- i s2B. nominally: v ;
v- BALTIMORE i PRODUCE % MARKET, m
■ ■: BALTIMORE,! MD., - March -12.-Flour--
Firm and v^ : - « .-
Wheat— Dull ; s spot ana ■' tne ■.■ month, end
contract. Sl%i§Bl?ic. ;'. southern, by. sample, .
[email protected] :■■ ■ ■' ,-':■: \- • '■" „
o Corn—Firmer;— Firmer; spot and;' the • month,
64?{@64%c.; southern whits, C7%e. zsked..
'Oats— Firm; No. 2 white, 49^51500.
■-. Rye— Dull; No. 2, jnear-oy; \W2
-Butter-Firm iand -unchanged. - ;
'- Eggs— Lower but '■ firm ; '; fresh,' Jr.(slGc. . ,
■Cheese— Firm -and}. un:hansed. ■-..-, ,
"S^ICAgO" S^ICAgO P^D 1 ?^!^^^:; -
& CHIC 4.G0, - ;; March ■: 12.— Strong bearish
argument in the : shape ' of \ news of gcopi
ous "-■ showers % alia over % the 4 sou thwestern S
whVat- fiei ds 7= influenced? •' liberial v. sales :h in \
both", wheat 1 and v corn ; to-day, ; but -.bears
"wentto extremes,: and i oversold ,the: mar- :
kets> As a- result, a; few -bits of other- :
'. wise ■ news "covering,"
and ■ May. wheat E, closed :••; only, ; a: sh«<le ■
under yesterday. ; May: corn [email protected]%c. higher, ;
and May oats .%c.r up. -Provisions gained
2W to vide: :■-;. - ':'■■ <■-.'■' C.~-r^ ---^ .-.- ■■■'-■■■ '■
?:-. The! leading futures ranged as follows:.:
-LV Op'eninK; Highest. Lowest. Closing. :
'-' i iWheat-N0.:2.'-- ; - : 7:'^- :;-.:■ V:'-- V ' :v i' 'V. : '-'{-f--r
■May"-V.. i .v..76--'@% : ---TB%----;-75%- : : 76% ')'y :
July ;-:.;VV..76?£i#%-77-.--- ; . 76V5.: ■■ ! V 75% -;■ :
Sept"T::->::75%@76 * 76% ; V- r.75?4 j■; :> 76% '; ; . . ?
; "? Corn— No. 2. •' ' ' - - : --- : . :; :-.:'--.-"":. i-i -^ 1 .
May T.V;:':i-.6i!m'%' : > 62% i' .-61%'^ '-62^3%
July^^.^;-.61K#% '62^ B : :-:61?a C 8 v-f -■ : :
Sep it. SS%<& CO • GO-,4 . - 59% CO^i
.-Oats— NO. 2." "
/■May- . : ;.:;'-44%-^^:.4o^^-^;4-i54. ; :: ;y45-%: : ,--.
I Julvl'.. .•..'r.3s^^g-°8 ;36 rs'di^ 35% ■ ; - S5%@3C
Sept..V.:.-..50i4 30J4 - 30&@%
l:;:iMess;Pork--Per.'Bbi. ,_. : ,
May. -.T.-.515.37%-;: $15 47%' $15.35' : :>;
Ju1y^^.515.57%5: ;:^'f 515.55 1>5:515.60J^
Lard— Per 1W Lb3. , . -"
JJOiy :r.;V.'.59.42%"" ?9.45 ...;. $9.40-- -:«» -'2%,
• July ~'^'.r.59.55 -C $9.55 ; -•>¥,« 59.52%"- ";' $9 53 S>:
Sep^iTn:s97ps"*~^s9.67i&~ : '"s9.ts ' $8.«.7%
•JitJliort^RioS^Per.-lOu" i".b3l'-: . '■ : ;'; ' : .
May ?;;^;;SB.4O^:::::«B.4o^rsS.4O ?8,42^;
Julv-fe;^v.sß.s2% --.$8.55 ;,$8.50 '-. $8 55.>-
Sept, *$.65 ?b«U4 «8.02 V» ? S6 t".
eaay.SNo;^3?Bprlivg*wh«atrs:73%c. ■:i?NoJ : S.J I
red,*tß2%®^^No:r2^oats,£*t%@*sV4c.;?No.l
2*.whit6,T-46#^o-TiKo;"S?,whitßi\i4s%e«»c.'t
1 No^ 2 ?rye,^ 580.'"S i Fair 3 to % choice %. mailing:'
; barley.' 1 - 60(g«4c.^ No.* 1 S flaxseedfj' H-88 ; |No ;|
lsNorUiwesterh;-:l s NorUiwesterh;- : $L72.s Prime itimathy seed;!
$8.^016.60.^ Measi pork,^ per? barrel^ Hs.3o® j
$15.'36*sLard^p«r.| lUOS pounda.is |».35<5*&.3Tft;ij
ShPt%rlbl*ldea|.(loow»);isß.3C^|B.»;g;dry-J
falt6dlßhoulder«|(boxed).fs7.a&3j»7.6o;lßbort!
:dl^-S«d«iW(^f«^3|W.Co^ro.S|Buttm
steadyf€cre«xnerieH,'tlß©2s<3.jSidairl«B,^l»©j
Sctff CheesoSsteady^at:3lO?4g42%c ;cE»Ss;
■toady lifwah," 16a- . - - -- .5^3
|^P^^|cOTTpHSMXRK»Tfe«
pMVraFOOU^* March'rv l3L~Cotton^Spot|
moderate .bualnesß ; prices easier: Axnerl
; 4;2l-a;xi.; «oou ordinary, 4H-J20.; ;o£ui- ;
|lation^ia,nUle^ort;® s aiidrSinciuaeaMT;ayO;
£ Americanri' Receipts.? 7,ooo l bales/; including
.5.500 -Americans ■ - , •
Futures oxjencd easier and - closed '
;steadyyii\AmericaQ^middling^jsoocli3ordl^ \
fnaxy^ clause ;f Mafch^T4 r 44iis4#4'4s^id:^ sell-j ;
if era; ; -J and - April, 4 ,44-64#i 45^d.^ ?
'sellers ;?Aprilii and ?May;;'4'4s-64d;,t sellers : : ■■
. YiiayS and 5* Juhe,[email protected] 46-64 d;; § sellers;; ?
? Junvj-l'and'iJ July ;f 4 " [email protected]" '^Wa-.I- 5 sellers ; ■ j
SJulyjand fAugust> r 4 45-^[email protected];46-61dif5 sellers ;1 f
"Augrust s and -s September,^ 4"41 i 64d. ! *;'fiD"uyers;! i
; Septembers andpOctbber;S4 aw*g4 32-«d;^ i
ivbuyers;JOctober?and iNoyember;i4 27r&lci-,
buyers. . - f
SNBW ; YORK;^ March \ l2.^-Cot ton-Quiet; 1 \
I middling,* 9 If8c. ? ; 'i net 1 receipts,"! 1;I49 |bales ; ■ i
j gross]*? receipts^ 6.399 s ; bales; - sales/ ? :'. 2.721
sbales;, stock. 146,687 bales. ... . ■
oCoiton futurel 'opened steady!: and closed; ;
- -' - Opening. Closing.
v ■ -"March. ....... r .;..;.. ...;. .8.84 :-.-> 8.97. :■,.
•v- ■-.'"'April? :.:.v.. :......8.52" '8.97
v- -■jMay- ; ;;;;.^:.-.v.^i.;rV.T;'.8.71"-; ; ; l -8.54":- ;^ '
!'f: : : i'June :...;....... ...:..:.:.5.72 8.56
- July, .'....'.; '..;:5.75 8.88 ?
•;?.^August:..:...:. ..'... ~..\...8.5j) * 8.70 7-' '
:; 'September^;.;;....r.^S.2S : i :' ;'S.37;i ; V :
. --{^October/ i ;^ '.
- -Novemberj ...;;. -..';..:..8.01 •--' ■ ■ 8.f6. ,- : '■;
r " 'Decemberv. ..:.;::! :r ;.*.~^.- ;. y:-' 5.06;:, -
j^f Spot? cotton i;clos?ed quiet: " midcttlrig up-^ ■
!! \ land.:* 9 l-Bc : . middling Gulf, 9 3-?c. ;*' sales,*
j ! 271 V bales;: , :; iWy/.'vr-:;—- .'• .'■' '-' -■■■■•"■•^■"C !
;il";The-;cott6n.niarket 6peripa:steady;lvri+h >
j -Prices iunchan gred *.' to '". 5 ipoin ts i lo^ver.'^and ; ■'
j [for - ; a sbrlef '■■ time; shovred f a.V rn therlhe^yy. •
:undertone.\ythrouerh V'Tfal'^ipgr^by^rti-'e-T '
; longs^ and '■.urgent ibear. pressure. -,v The lat-'
! ter. : contingent £ were '■' confident ! , tl\a t re- j
; ceipts ■-■ wou'fl . oVr>rrpach J parly: ■' est'mates.:
I : arid ■ -,th at i. th c -.Ehel ish ,"m a rke t Otvcuid f.'.be \
'spriouslyj influenced ' by ;, the talk v'of rcur^ ■
, tailmentj^ of .production Jn.T^ancosWre.j •
;But ! .bpfore;tlVpJend "of , f he , firsfcihqur^ there ;
;'was"d'ecidPdsiniDrovement;in\thelclass:rf
buying.i.whilei offerings^ere: seen to.have
;been^; greatly Sreduced.'^Earlyr cables:- were
; quite as ;expycted;iwhile': at the close* L.H-- j
erpoois was*; significantly - steady.-.^BnlMfh •
irepoVts ; : . cams through:.; from "the j Sou'-h: ;
concerning; the 'spot situationiandirumor
;had !.it! ; thatAatwell-known;.Newf;Crleai!S ■
: statistician ;. intended § to!? reduce : his "crop I
r estimalvs to barely ; 11.000 OCO -.bales.'^while
; at," the"; sairie .; time ; cstimatin sr ■ the Ameri
• can- consuraption at :; 4,160,000 : bales. ;t^e
latter. -being. -an/increase of some 403 0 X) ;
: bales -over blast" year.' 'V; ; ThVn: came s small
estimates' for: to-morTOw/s- receipts. : a
pronounced .; advance' in the New .Orleans
.marketand substantial- bull supportlfrorii;
.."Wall street.:' Shorts. were. unable to;wi'h
stand-'this , combined - strength, , and'has
tened^ to seek r cover/--;; Port : ': receipts; of
:only ; 19,000 bales were compared i with ex
ports : for the :day;"of-'3l,oCfl: bales, and"; this^
help'edi to - stimulate buying, for .both/ ac
countsin the afternoon; ''■_ During the last
hour the bear .element - vigorously : bid
for the May. and "July: options, andati the
-close the market-ruled • firm, -with- prices
net otb 11 points; higher. -Theitotalsales
were estimated -latUOO.OtDO bales.' '
--. NEW :-. OIIIjEAKS, LfiV.,? March 13.—Cot
ton futures closed -steady:; "". . -
■■'-■:'..' '...'." Opening. Closing.
.;-■. /March .' ..:....-.. 8.64 5.66-- '
:.: April ......... ... :.:... ..8.69 ■ s.n . :
■May ....5.77, 8.78
: ■ June -..;■ ..............B.Bl^ ! 8.52 ■
•July .......... .............8.87 ■■ S.SS
. ■.August .......... . ..V.... 8.71 8.73 •
- September ........ . ..... .18.24- 5.25 ?
■ ' ;0ct01ier, ..:..... V .....V....8.f0 -S.Ol ,
TfTE ; L.RTS-STOCK '. MA RKETS.
CHICAGO,- ; ITJL., March 12.— Cattle— Re-,
ceipts, ;-. 15.500 : head, Including;: 27 3; Texans;
markets strong:= to 10c; higher;- ; good;- to
prime steers,. 56.50357;. poor. ; to medium,
S4.2s^S6.3o;stoekers; arid .feeders.. [email protected]
$o-23- cows, i $1.4{V555.60: 1 heifers, . $2.5<XTt?5 R0;
canners. 1 r Sl.-10g52.30; : bulls, ; $2.5(Hr*4 90:
enrves, [email protected]; -Texas-fed steers, [email protected]
• Hogs— Receipts "to-day, . 25,000 • head; to
moi'row, 24,000; head; left over, s.GC(bhead;,i
5' to: 10a higher; closed weak; mised; and
butchers'. $GrSs6.so; ". good ■to choice, heavy,
[email protected]: ; -. roughs, heavy, .56 Vm%0.2»; ■.
light, ' ■ $5.95<55G.25: bulk of sales, [email protected] •■
- Sheep— Receipts, ' 15,000 :: head ;; sheep and
lambs steady;-- good to : choice: wethers,
S4.so(g«s.2o; .western sheep.ks4.6o(o^s.7s;'na
tive iambs,' ?i&56.40; western lambs, $5.25iy>
S6.GO. .- - :; : ; - '. :.-■■ '' _ '
:■ EAST : BUFFAX.6, -X". T-, March 12.—
Cattle— Receipts, light; market, steady.
Veals— Tops. [email protected]^7.75;- others; §sit|o.'is.
: ; Hogs— Receipts,'.?; 3,4oo head; active :iand
o^j-luc. • higher ; y heavy, v. $S.6C<g;|^o&; ": mixed
iand. mediums, ;$6.55!516.C0;:pig5,-: generally,
a ' few *at $6.50; irough,- |[email protected]*>; stags,'.
[email protected] .; "■■■ '. ■-..-.:. :-'-- "•■--■ :,.•
.Sheep, and Lambs- Receipts,.-^. 1t>,500
head; slow and ;[email protected]' : lower, for^lambs;
shsep -and • yearlings 'firm; .sheep, aop..
mixed,, 1 ;§5.25<555.50; ; culls to good. $3.70®,
?5.15; wethers, v6.tog-55.75; yeariings, $5.. [email protected]
56; - top '. lambs,' $k.S&£3S.C(/;- al-;fa 1 -; fe w; <a.tr55.65 ; 1
culls to" good, $5i2-'56.'i5. Weather warm and
unfavorable., : .: ' „ -: .. :
BALTIMORE, ' March 11.— Calves.^—
Choice, . fat; veal cal ve 3 are ready sellers
at -'■-..■given • but receipts 'this
morning were slightly ; -freer,: and- ihemar
ket, ' therefore, .not so r ilrm ■ in , tone. '.W e
quote as follows: ' Strictly- choice gyealsfl
per pound, tkijsV-iC ; I good- veal, - per « pound.
&54(S'tic.; rough to .good, .per: head, ifotijjll. ;
Lambs ." and iSh e*-.p— lt is a trilie : early
as yet vto ■ ship '■• in new spring lambs; ; as
the outlet for:tliem so early in the season
would' be very limited. ;. With this. btiug
i the case, ; and last year's ? lambs being
pretty -well all in, the market: is quiet,
and" featureless. stWe-i quote: Fall lambsv^
choice, fat,. 's%®6c.-- per .pound; poor; and
thin" stock, 4i&&sc. par pound; ,sheep.vper
pound~fat,' 4(>x«%c. ;. good, i per head, . *3.au^
53 ; inferior," per head, [email protected]; old bucks,
per : pound, ■ 2VJ^Yzc.,- , as ; to .; q.uality and
AlS vi£" YORici ; DRY-GOODS' MARKET.
;-• 'NEW YORK, March, 12.— There has been
a generally better demand y reported to
day ror cotton . goods, ': with evidences or
jobbers' needing to replenish stocks more
freely 'than; of late, r Prices are- very; : firm
throughout. Print-cloths : are tiuiet, pend
ing '■-- to-nlgh fs ' meeting ; of r operatives at
Fall ; ■ River. : . Men's-wear .; :-woollens - and
worsteds" dull, but woollen goods -firm/
Worsteds- irregular. '; Staple dress good 3
generally ; well sold for f alL , . > ;;;
CINCINNATI, : 0., March [ 12.— Hogs—
:bull;at:;?s.2s(g^.oO: --
-Cattle— AcUve at $2.50#?5. : ;
: : ; Sheep-S'teady //at ' $2.755f5.50.
• ; Lambs— Firm at $4.75®{G.00. ' : - : : : - ""
EAST; LIBERTY, PA., March^l2.— Cat-,
itle— Steady; choice, Stf.tiO^SS.iO; -l«"ne» * s -^
'&%&• lb', good, '^o.ouix^io.SO. '' *- ■■"■"'•
• Hogs— Slow; prime - heavies, :[email protected]*6.C5;
best mediums, :sG.sorttJ6.ss;^ heavy Yorkers;
$6.-M)@*6.so; ■ light: Yorktrs, : [email protected]; ■ pigs,
:$5.80(&?6;:: $5.80(&?6; :i roughs,- ss^?tf. V,A^: ■'■■ ■■■ i.J^'^l
Sheep--Steady; • be3t wethers,, ?o.sC§4o.<o,
culls- and common, [email protected]«3.50; ;. veal calves,
:w* ',--.'»* ■ ;,
i NEW YORK; March , 12.^-Beeves-e-Re-l
ceipts, 2.475;: steady -for; steersiand •bulte;
•cows, steady jitoT 15c.\ lowvr ;-■ steers,
extra;v:[email protected]; .cows,:, $2.lO^^P.^cables
steady ; ! exports, ; 3.GEO quarters : of ; beef. .£.; .
tie -calves" higher; : veals, iW-oOS^to^tops
§8 50; ■ littl'e icalves. - $4(354.25 ; barnyard . and
fed calves.- [email protected] ■_ . " '.-.
■ Sheep and lambs-Receipts, ,9,g23; sheep
low; ' lambs i opened ■ steady ; t. closed^weakj |
; sheepr? sS.7s<g«s.so-J choice . and^xport, 50.75
(S«6 ; culls. - [email protected]«); lambs/ SftS 37 JL% I .pife
•carrs7-25:iculls^S5. ■■-. :-.; ..; : ', '.-. . '■?■ ,-..'. ..>;:-' : •
", HoVs^-Receipts.:, 1.476:: rsteady. ;j for, jail.
!weights;\: State ; hogs,::?C.6ftis6.7o; Tvestern
hoirs^nominal. -■ : .•• • - '■ . - ' -"*" * .. \ •
:;, Vf^whTO^;;>rE?r^^MAßE^r^-v^
■^ NEW' YORK. 'March 111— In .London tin
was ; fß> lower !*t?£llsUoi; for "spot: aria:
10s. Vf or/ futures! ' iThenocai V marker
Was • steady. : Copper ; dccl Inj^ : ln% Lon-j
don to ■ £54 for, spot and ;£s3 15s.^ for : fu- ,
tures.^ The: New;; York i market ■ wasi quiet.-^
Lea- dwas unchanged 'here and r in I London/!
th^LoXn^riceibelrigJ^lltS^Sd^Spelter;
was unchanged j here iand ;.tn f Londonjiclos- r
ine-thereatr £17^ 15s.i Prices lwere;asjfol-!
lo^S^^^fel^e^l^pi^jielecteol
lv«c :? 12%tecj ;? casting.3l24^K6epln|
? Tnill:^l^lr:
$41^spener^[email protected]$4.27%:j;iron^No^ii
north^rnrr?W#W^ i^° i[ i^^S
nominal ;- steel? rails,- at mili.,s2S. .
1 ' ■ NAVAI^STORE.MARKETS.
. WILMINGTON, N. C. March ~ 12.~
~Sii>iri tsS ! Tur pentina-^Nothins | doing-.fcej
I KMiri2-Firm ; s receipts, y 233 ; barr elsu^^
i Crude^Turpentine^Steadyl att».3sS«.a>;|
3^ Tar-^Flrm ?at 5»l 20 ;'? recelptsv|Bß9 Sbarrels|
rpenUn9jftndJ^o«to|^c^ng^.m^^f
f Tu^entin^-Firmi iat^43?40430i ; ir«sc«ipts,l
i»;°G^il.4o;>H :».«; I. a7O;.K. «.«;
BJBSSgggßß^ag?",::,-' ■' ' - :mwtj£ : my
Propritlqrs of <ht Famrn lit lit** On ««Wa,
2fearl3r;sO,OOO£A.crcs Oil Xaudr - - j ;R»]^fd*A>eTfrtopibeHtsl|
limited amount of stock will be sold at $1 per share, likely ito ; ch«ip at ;;•*
■■-..:■. . Special Representative,
E. MAIF ST., " ;^JRICItMOXI> > -iVAt'L
' (See announcement in' Sunday papers.) ",•'-"-;'
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>»\»rf*V f\^f r y f ,t\Tmt\Ji «\H»\ii nnW»v <«^i^««ij my^MJii rnj <Mj " <- ■ 'TL > " L> rn^inrij^. WjArow'tj "x!"'"
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\ ItEPqSTIORJ.IFSITEp STATES, STATE OF ClT^Oj|ra£iDC^X^K^
5 OLIVER J. SANDS. CHAS. E. WTXGO, O. B. 11l LT* WA LI.ER KOL^AOaHI^W^
\ -r • President ~ "^s^Vicc-Fresidpnt. -,; Cashier. " Assistant OnhSorv^l^
> - . -; WXLLIA3£C.;CAJIP t 3lanasrer.SavinßsDer«rt,miet3t. • *;iX\&&
\-: DIRECTORS-- William -C^CsimpV ■iwiulsmVj.VlTiyner Leon L. b-trmm.-. Km.iir:
J y Seaton, Oliver J.I Sands, ' Philip Whitlock. W; R. JlcComb, \W B. Sauatlor^ r.i Ctuuf fi 1»
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Vvf: rood banklii g r>From smallest savings to largest commercial accounts received Ion" fm -"W\ygs
\ "vorable terms. inb;^Sun,.Ttt»Thu' -.V" "*-
} THE NATIONAL BANK OF VIRGINIA}
$ :_..-. -^ _,::^UNITED^STATES \AND>STATE DEPOSITORY- , '•<
f CAPITAL, - $500,000. p
> . , W. M. HABLJSTON", President. a.^y<w-r-> ■"v^^Jgyji f
\'- T.K. SA^D3/> Cashier. O. S. MORTON, Assistant Cashier. - ' :>.i-
directors. * r w - ii * ?i nsf3SB7Y *
Geo X^ Christian, Geo: R. Cannon. 1 ;H..Theo. Ellyson, Hublistoa^ I*:^
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''---'- : '* '-'\ Exiierlence. -. ■•■ \ " . -W- a 1
PHIIiADELrPHIA,- -March : 12.— S.v Megar
gee Wright, ;thQ well-known s whip; and
society man, -and his wife,. had one of the
most exciting ! experiences in their lives
a t : : ; their; home, : No^ ; 13«> '■ Walnut : street^
early.; yesterday, morning." and; proved;
themselves heroes in capturing: a burglar
atttie point of a revolver. , . "."
Mr. Wriyht,: on'arriyirig home about 1
o'clock, discovered the intruder in. the- H-,
brary, and -Mrs. Wright cowed the man
: Into submission by pointing a pistol at his
: head, v/hile her husband, suinmbned police
: assistance : by : a telephone. : " ' " : ;
• : The ; Police : regards th"* ar
rest' as an Impartaht one,' as; the, prisoner
is- suspected : of being 'the author; of jhalf
a dozen \ burglaries \ln :the wealthy presi
dential section of the Eighth Ward.'^'When
takenito the City Hal! 'and examined -by.
the detectives : the accused was found
Lbe '■■ the ind.iyidual for whom v they .'t have
I held -warrants fon | several charges. "An
effort will -be made; to connect I him .with ■
the daring second-story „ windoTV^ robberies
committed in "this city, during, tho pa3t two
months^ i The prisoner .gave his name" as
James Mullen, aged 22 years.' He is held
' foH investigation. >--
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SG^peiVlY.
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: ' ■ " .,::'. 7 _FOR SALE. - ;> «
>4THB TOVSTN OI»jGRAHAM 1 .-VA.;^VlLft>
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