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1 BOATS LAUNCHES. SALE Launch "Ariola." S3 feet length. 10 feet beam, 4 feet draft. IT Lon" gross. SO h. p. Monarch engine. JJP' tn 1912 and now In first-class con onion. Original cost. $S.500. Will sell cheep. Apply John 8. Bell & Sous. 4nach2w FOR SALE Gasoline boat 37x10 feet; . P. nirlne: suitable for fishing, towing or freighting. First-class condi tion., Address Box 535. Pensacola. SSfeb WANTED POSITION. COLORED WOMAN wants position with a nice- dress maker, well experienced In plain sewing, Address C. J,. W." 2o02 Scott St. 7mch3t SITUATION as housekeeper or help around thin bmiu oi- n tJ Address "B. C." care of Journal. 7mchlw PRINTES-Of 18 year' experience: four - years' experience as ad man, on leading - Alabama dailywants good permanent position on good daily, as ad man, or on good country newspaper. Age SO. Posi tively no "boozer." Best references. Address M. H. Barganier. Carrollton. Ala,-- 6mch WANTED Position as buyer and man ager of commissary. At present em ployed by large wholesale dry goods house as traveling salesman, covering this territory; fifteen years' experience; good reasons for change. Address Man ager Commissary, care Journal. 5mch3t: .WANTED Expert commercial stenog J rapher desires position. At present employed. Can leave on short notice. Address "C. A. L.." care Journal. 6mch6t WANTED--PosHion as companion to r v mlddje-aged or old lady. Age 20, Can 7y -., ive reierence. Address Miss "R. u. care Journal. mch"t MUSICAL FOR SALE One Frlstcher Baritone cornet tor saie at once, i C"ona V.. Lppiy' F- Walton Tailor Shop. 237 West Government street 23feblm 'T9ER fLVNO can be made Ifke new In : lone, touch lllil Antra hu u tk. pert lano builders and case finisher iow prices, and you csn .pay by the week The Clutter Musle TToune 1nov as HOTELS. vi l'',,aEIA" fioridatown. on Mcunoi oay. uockj nshing. boa tins bathing and hunting. Evervthlna- nm and sanitary. Rates $2 per day. Special Aaaress airs. I. p. Allred. j-ce. ria. . jOJan Jfe JiB MERCHANTS HOTEL-.EUTOtli cwoms Dy me weeK. One person. J3 00 i wo persons. J5.00. Running water In -vry roam; rree Datn; bell and hotel t-v1cg- - SJan PARK HOTEL-F!rst-clA rooms. Board TO i-eo p day. Special rates by wras. uenirany located. 100 East Gov eminent Street. W L. Gllmore. Prop. Ssepttf SUNNY BANK CTub House, two stories i-ior T ,u .camping parties, good flh- i-s oQnnung. flucks. eto For partic ulara apply to Walter White. 10 S. Pata- rJVv.I t??. 2r CI. 7friteS.lnny iou6K, v-a m p waiioa. la i" novjsn Business Opportunities. ta.i. WANTED T communicate with party -Uy i.u c-iwen nunarea aonars to Jn- VvfI , 'nProvd real estate, well located, that will pay 17 per cent gross on Invest ment, with good prospects for Increase In SECRET SOCIETIES. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. I. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge, No. 4. I. O. O. F., meets every xuursaay at 7:30 p. m. hi itarrora nail, corner uayien and Belmont streets. Visitors cordially Invited W. S. ABBOTT. G. LAMBKECHT, N. O. R. 8. ORDER Or OWLS. ! of wwis. peB a c o 1 a Chapter Atixir j meets each Jnd and 4th Friday night at 7: SO o'clock at K of P. V r IK! hall L. W. NELSON. GERELDS. President" Secretary. JAS. T. LEGAL NOTICE. ' ADVERTISEMENT. Sealed proposals for the construction of a wharf on Pine street and a wharf on Magnolia street, west of PaJafox atreet. in the City of Pensacola, Florida, will be received by the Board of Public Works at the city hall up to 13 o'clock noon of the 21st day of March, A. D. 1913. proposals to be addressed to Adrian E. Langford. Clerk of the Board of Pub lic Works, and endorsed "Proposals for Construction of Wharves." Plans, specifications and blank form of proposal and contract, can be obtained from the office of the City Engineer, Room No 203. Citv Hall. The rightis reserved to reject any and all bids. Each proposal must be acompanled by a certified check for J10O.0O. payable to the City of Pensacola. LOUIS deM. BLOCKER, t Chairman Board of Public Works. L. EARL THORNTON, City Engineer. feb21oaww MASTER'S SALE. By virtue of a decree of foreclosure from the circuit court of Escambia County. Florida, in favor of Lee Daniell and against lxra Rogers Lake Thos. J. Lake and Louis Anderson, guardian. I 11 expose to sale before the county rt ouae door in, the city ot Pensacola, r .t 3 SPORTING POP" GEARS, DEAN OF THE SPRING "Pop" Geera and The Harvester. FLORALA BILL PLAYERS LEi THAT CITY IS WELL REPRESENT . ED IN LEAGUES IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Florala, Ala March 5. This ; city and Covington county will be well represented in baseball circles during the coming season. Rosa Helms will pitch for Waco. Texas, In the Texas league ; Ernest Manning will either pitch of play shortstop for Montgom ery In the Southern league; Herbert McLeod will pitch for Albany, N. Y., in the York State league, where be pitch ed last season, unless he receives a fa vorable reply from a Southern league manager within the next few days, with whom he has been in communi cation with reference to playing1 In that league. All of these are very young fellows and all of them make Florala their homes. Ross Helms left last night for Little Rock, Ark where he will meet the rest of the Waco ball team and go into spring practice. Ernest Man ning left today aboard a motorcycle for Montgomery, where he will take up practice with his team mates. Manning played part of last season n the South ' Atlantic league. 0 '-Herbert McLeod is expected to leave for New York this week. He played brilliant ball all of last season and the New York team does not wish to let him go. Mrs. Ross Helms and little son accompanied Ross to Little Rock. WALKING FROM EW YORK TO HEW DRLEAfJS MR. AND MRS. HARRY PAXTON PASS THROUGH THE CITY AND SPEND THE NIGHT AT GOULD ING. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry . Paxton. who are walking from New Tork to New Orleans, passed through Pensacola yesterday afternoon and spent last night at Goulding. They will resume their journey this morning and will have the postmaster at Quintette cer tify to their arrlvel there. Mr. and Mrs. Paxton had been mar ried one month when they decided cn the hike to New Orleans. They have ten months in which 'to reach the lat ter city, none of which have passed. They have thirty days In which to make the remainder of the trip, which they can do with ease. EXPRESSES REGRET FOR THE RECENT CLASHES Washington, March 6. General Oje da, commander of the Mexican fed erals, has expressed regret to Ameri can consular officers at Nogales for the recent clashes with American troops near Douglas, Ariz. General Ojeda assured the officers that be would adopt means to prevent further trouble and has ordered the Mexican patrol withdrawn from where the out breaks occurred. LEGAL NOTICE. Escambia County. Florida, within the leaal hours of sale, on the first Monday in April. A. 1913. to the highest cash bidder, the fouewlng described property in said city, to-wit: West forty (40) feet or lots eleven uw to thirteen (13 block eighty-nine rS9. East King tract, west of the railroad. Purchaser to pay for oeea. C. L. SHINE. 7mchoaw4w Special Master. In Escambia County Court "of Record, State of Florida. In Chancery. John M. Wilson, complainant, vs. lvate nson. defendant. Cn Monday, the 7th day of April. A. D.. 1913. the derendant. tvate Wilson, is required to appear to the bill filed against her herein. This order to be published once each week for four (4) consecutive weeks. In - -The Pensacola Journal, a newspapejf published in said Kscambia County. John 1. Pinnny, Clerk Court of Record. By C. G. Harta- ria.. Marcn etn. IS 12 " Scaho w4vr 1 f 7m : " " 1 sir i NEWS OF HARNESS RACING, ABOUT TO GIVE , - TRAINING SEASON OF 1913 OFFICIAL OPENING I ,1 i-' s -v! i .A. Pop has been driving and winning races for more years than most of us have lived. His name Is almost a household word. He is one of the three trainers who made the mile in 2:02 or better. The other two were Dick McMahon and the late A. P. McDonald; the former having Hedge wood Boy, 2:01; Ross K., 2:011-2, .and Citation, 2:01; the latter. BASEBALL IEI MAY WANT TO OY THE PARK SECRETARY'; BLACKWOOD AND MANAGER BIRMINGHAM SPEND AFTERNOON WITH REAL ES TATE MEN JACKSON ARRIVES. Two more members of the Cleveland baseball club of the American league arrived in Pensacola yesterday, W. R. Blackwood reaching here on the morn ing train and Joe Jackson o the even ing train, from Cleveland. W. R. Blackwood is secretary of the club and expects to spend several days here. Joe Jackson Is the famous outfield er, who last year almost tied Ty Cobb, of Detroit, for chief .batting honors in the league. Jackson batted second and next to him came Napoleon La- joie, also of Cleveland. Mr. Blackwood and Manager Joe Birmingham were busy most of yester day afternoon with realty men in the city who are understood to be inter ested in the grounds of the Maxent ball park, where the Cleveland team are getting spring practice. Those who have the confidence of the team leaders, and know how kind ly disposed toward Pensacola. they are, of the opinion that the club would like to acquire the property for a per manent training camp so as to assure its excellence as a field. It is known that Vice-presid'ent E. S. Barnard considers the Maxent dia mond the best in the south and the equal, even, of some of the big league grounds on the American circuit. Apply a cotton cloth wet with BAL LARD S SNOW LINIMENT to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note its wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very effective. Price 25c, 50c and 51.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.) FIFTEEN HUNDRED PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN A RIOT Rochester. March 6. Fifteen hundred persons took part in a street battle precipitated by striking garment work ers rioting today. Taxicabs. furnished by the factories for their, employes were wrecked by demonstrators and hundreds of, windows were smashed. Police using their clubs freely made made arrests. TRAIN SERVICE CANCELLED. Los Angeles. Cal., March 6. All train service on the Southern Pacific below this point was cancelled today. The insurgent state authorities at Hermoelllo are using'Cl! trains seized yesterday. Use 'The Journal's Want Ad. Way." VISIT PRESIDENT WILSON. Washington, March 6. A visit to ttm White House to greet President Wilson was the first thing on the pro gram of" the Federal Aid Good Roads convention which began a two-day session here today under auspices of the American Automobile Association of New York. Highway commission ers, officers from national and state granges and delegates from various road organizations were present. INTEREST Major Delmar, 1:59 3-4, Darlel, 2:001-4, and Sweet Marie, 2:02. Of Geers' great trio. The Harvester, 2:01; Ess H. McKay, 2:003-4. and Robert J., 2:011-4, the greatest is Tha Harvester, still one of the most valu able . horses in the country, but so speedy that he is considered material only for the big free-for-all stake races. BALL PLAYERS CANNOT WRITE PRESIDENT JOHNSON SAYS HE PROPOSES PUTTING AN END TO THEIR NEWSPAPER WORK. BY ASSOCIATED PSESS. Chicago, March 6. President B. B. Johnson, of the American league, is said to have a bomb ready for hurling into the ranks of ball player scribes in his organization. It was learned last night that the league's executive was about to issue an edict which would either stop ball players from writing expert opinion for newspapers or stop their salaries. "It is not the intention to infringe on the rights of the players," said John sen, "but alleged expert criticism and baseball playing do not mix. I would not mind so much if the players them selves wrote the stuff which appears in the newspapers throughout thejand, but in the great majority of cases the players never see the stories to which their names are appended until after they have been printed. "These writings frequently have teen an injury to the league and if it can be done and I think it can no American league player will be allowed to write these criticisms In the near future." Take HERBINE for- indigestion. It relieves the pain in a few minutes and forces the fermented matter .which causes the misery into the bowels, where it is expelled. Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. - , (Adv.) THE JOURNAL'S U. FenaasaU, M ant It 6. Pais Ppleyl wider 11 northwest partis"! Saiurfsy deneraliy fair; light, variable winds. Observations taken at 9 p. 75th meridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea level. Isober (contfnnoui ItneO psa (hrofteh tofntS of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass through points of eqaal temperature; drawn only for sera, freetiag, 90. and 100. O clear; Q partly loudy. cloudy: rain: snow; g Teport mlssfnc. Arrows By with the wind- First C tares, highest temperature past ii hours; second, precipitation of M Inch or nmre foe part M boar; third, maximum wind velocity. HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. March 56 p. nu steamer El Occi dents 8 p. m., steamers Sun Oil Co., and Larimer, all bound west. March 2 a. m.. steamer Texas hwith tow; 11 a. m.. steamer of the Guffey line: noon, steamer Ogeechee, all bound west; 4 p. m.. steamer Store stad and steamer of the Ouffey line, both bound east. 4 Barkentine Kremlin Cleared. The American barkentine Kremlin, 693 tons. Captain Warner, cleared yes terday for Havana with 624,935 feet of lumber. Her cargo, valued at $8. 076, was shipped by the Gulf Manu facturing & Export Company. Lumber for Buenos Ayres. The Norwegian bark Alexander Law rence, Captain Pedersen, sailed yes terday for Buenos Ayres with 770,003 feet of lumber. Large Number Smacks at Sea. With the exception of th Kwasind, Halcyon and Caviare, all the smacks of both Pensacola lish companies are either at the sna iper bands or enroute to port. The three smacks now in port are undergoing repairs, the Cav iare being on the dry docks of the Warren Klsh Company. - . Cleared. Am bktn Kremlin, 6S8, Warner, for Havana with 514.935 s ft lumber. Sailed. Nor bk Alexander Lawrence for Buenos Ayres. No Arrivals. No arrivals were reported yesterday at the United States barge office. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamship. Euphemip Ger, 1753. Jo-it. to Gulf TraisJt Co. Blue Jacket. Br, 2271, Palmer, Dakar to Rix M. Robinson. Faii-mead. Br. 1432. Miller, Santiago to Gulf Transit Co. Wearwood. Br. 2316. Spooner. Car diff to C. W.-Oliver. Thimbleby, Br, 1152, Williams. Pom cron to John A. Merritt & Co. i Barks. H. C. Gmbe. Dan, 224, Svane. St. LouX West Africa, to master. Maria. ItaL 900. Lubiano, Rio de Janeiro to order. San Pedro, Urg, 10S1. Glnnenez, Ha vana to order. ' Madura. Nor. 1023, Brandt. Wil mington, N. C to Rix M. Robinson. Barkentine. - Kremlin. Am. 698. Warner. Cien fuegos to Stearns Lumber & Export Co., Louisa. ItaL , RuAni. Montevideo, to order. Sehoener. Laura L. Sprague, 503. Marcial, Mo bile to order. Lord of Avon, Br, S25, Lawrence, Caibanen, Cuba, to John A. Merritt & Co. ' Margaret G., Br, ZZO. Burgess. Ha vana to Stearns Lumber & Export Co. GoldfleJd. Am. 625. Wrightson. San Juan. P. R...to order. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Louisiana Mississippi River South west Pass Channell Southwest Pass Range Front Light relighted March 2; having been extinguished from 9 p. m. March 1. C & G. S. Charts 194, 18, 5 and 1007. Light List. Atlantic Coast, 1912, p. 248.. No. 1530. Buoy List. 8th District, 1912, p. 26. Coast Pilot, Part VIII, 1908, p. 98. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses: B. B. DORRT, Inspector, 8 th Light District. Read The JouxTiars Want Ads and Profit thereby. SEIZED FERTILISER AT CANTONMENT Ninety-seven sacks of fertilizer made from phosphate rock were seiz ed at Cantonment Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff McNair because they did not contain a tag giving the weight and analysis. The fertilizer was consigned to S. T. Lewis, of Can tonment, and came from a factory In Tennessee. The fertilizer will be sold by the sheriff. , COMMERCIAL S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. . .WIUJSl"M g2 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Furnished by the local office, weath er bureau, U. S. department of agri culture, under the direction of Willis L. Moore, chief of bureau, Washing ton, T. C. Pensacola's Temperature Data. Highest on record for March, 87 de grees. Lowest on record for March, 25 de grees. Average or the highest daily tem peratures for March, 68 degrees. Average of the lowest daily temper atures for March, 54 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 70 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 52 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of March, 5.36 inches. . Total rainfall this March to 7 p. m., .47 inches. Total deficiency this y.ar to Feb ruary 28th, 0.51 inches. Temp. . STATIONS. J"S. ! Abilene 54 64 . . Cloudy 1 Atlanta 46 4 . . Clear Boston 28 44 .20 Cloudy Buffalo 6 22 .04 Clear Birmingham ... 40 50 . . Clear Chicago 12 14 .. Clear Denver .... 42 44 Cloudy Galveston 60 61 .. Cloudy Green Bay .... 6 12 .. Clear Hatteras 52 62 .. Clear Huron 32 3t . . Cloudy Jacksonville ... 66 72 . . Clear Kansas City . . 34 , 3fl . . Clear Knoxville 34 42 .. Clear Louisville 24 2S .02 Clear Memphis ...... 38 40 .. Clear Montgomery ... 48 58 .. Clear Moorhead 14 16 .. Cloudy New Orleans . . 62 70 . . Pt cldy. New Tork 26 44 .14 Clear North Platte .. 44 50 .01 Cloudy Oklahoma 44 46 .. Cloudy Palestine 54 60 .. Ptcldy. Pensacola ..... 59 70 .. Pt.cldy. Phoenix 76 , 78 Clear Pittsburg 14 20 .08 Snow Portland, Ore... 62 66 .. Clear SL Louis 2S 30 .. Clear St. Paul 16 IS .. Clear Salt Lake City. 42 44 .18 Pt.cldy. San Francisco .60 70 .. Clear Sheridan 40 45 ... Cloudy Seattle 50 60 .. Clear Shreveport .... 52 56 . . Clear Tampa ........ 66 74 . . Clear Toledo . 14 . 18- .12 Pt.cldy. Washington ... 21 42 - :. Clear Williston 38 ; 4 6 .. ' Cloudy PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION Eighteen cases were docketed for trial in the recorder's court yesterday morning. Ten defendants were found guilty, four 'discharged, two bound over to the county and two cases were continued. The fines assessed aggre gated $40. Marcellus Cook, a negro, arrested &y Motorcycle Officer Anderson on the charges of riding a motorcycle on the sidewalk and exceeding the speed limit with his machine, was fined $10 and costs. Leo Finch, who was arrested by! Officer Ernest Harper on the charge of failing to stop his automobile to let a passenger get off an electric car, was fined $2 and costs. Moog, charged with ex ceeding the speed limit with an auto mobile, was fined $3 and costs. He was arrested by Officer Hoffman. Will Jackson, a negro arrested by Detective Yniestra on the charges of assault with a knife and threatening with a pistol, was bound over to the county. Mercantile Paper. New York Mardh 6. Prime mercantile paper 535 1-4 per cent. Sterling exchange strong with actual business in bankers' bills at $4.83.80 for sixty-day bills, and at 4.S8 for demand. Commercial bills. 4.83. Bar silver. 69 3-8. Mexican dollars, 48. Government bonds. steady; railroad bonds, heavy. Subscribe for The Journal WEATHER MAP NEWS OF THE MARKETS Naval Stores Market. Savannah, March 6. The spirits of tur pentine market opened Arm this morning at 40 1-2 cents, with no sales and closed firm at 40 1-2 cents, with no sales. Re ceipts were 12 casks, shipments 164 casks and stocks of 17,497 casks. The rosin market opened and closed firm. Sales were none, receipts 608 bar rels, shipments 4.100 barrels and- stocks of 113 281 barrels. Quotations were as follows: orades. Open W. W 77rt Closf. 7.70 7.55 7. 45 G 7.5s 7.45 7.35 7.1ft 6.80 , 6.5 ' 6.55 6..M) 6.45 6.40 6.25 7.1 C.n 6.H5 or. 5 6.5 6.45 6. 4 ft 6 25 Pensacola Cotton Market. The following report is furnished dailv for The Pensacola Journal by Harris, Allison fc Co.. Cotton Merchants. Pen f acola Florida : Oood Middling 12 1-4 Strict Middling i 12 1- Middling it Ptiict Low Middling U 5-S lxvr Middling lie NEW YORK MARKET. Open- Noon. Close. 12.3031 12.2 12.2fti:! ...11.9S 11.97 11.95?". ...ll.S0!?91 11.90 ll.VO'a JO March May . July .. New York Cotton. New York. March 6. Cotton futures opened unchanged prices to an advance oi 4 points on rather better cables than cxpecteo. There was renewed pres.sur right after the call, under which prit-rs ased oft 2 or 3 points from the host. There was a moderate demand from ti-nl houses on which the market rallitxt t.i about the opening figures, but trading re mained quiet and the undertone wtill showed some nervousness during the tnil die of the morning. Reports of larger Southern spot ofw intrs wt-re followed by rather more mrjres sive selling: here. Prices eased off tn n. net loss of 3 or 4 points on the activ old crip positions. The new crop held relatively steady and the general market was quiet at midday with prices a point or two up from the lowest on a continued trade demand and scattered covering. The market remained 'juiet during th early afternoon with prices ruling a point or two undnr yesterday's closing. Cotton spot closed quiet. Middling up lands, 12.70; middling uplands, New Orleans Futures. New Orleans. March 6. Cotton futures opened steady. 1 point up to 1 point down, compared with the close of yesterdav. Cables were better than due but did not stimulate buying because of the favorable weather map and the forecast of con tinued fair weather. In the early trading, buying orders about balanced, neither sld being able to tvecure any advantage. At the end of the first half hour of business. prices were 1 point over yesterday's ilnal figures. The market was quiet throughout the morning but the undertone was steadv. some little support being derive dfrom tho demand for covers from shorts. News from the belt regarding new cron prep arations was most favorable, but did not have much effect on prices. Bulls charged that the market was already oversold and couia not discount further favorable re ports from the cotton region. Late in Via mimif.ff .Ka. . - At. 1 2 to 4 points under yesterday's close. .t noon they were Z points under. Liverpool Cotton. Liverpool, March 6. Closing: Spot cot ton in fair demand: prices easier. Ameri can middling. 7.38; good middling. 7.04: middling, 6.82- low middling. 6.S4; good ordinary. 6.30; ordinary, 5.96. Sales 10.000 bales. Including 1.000 for speculation and export, and 9.100 Ameri can. Receipts 6.000 bales, including 4.800 Americans. Futures opened nuiet and steady and closed steady. March, March-April, April May. 6.64 1-2; May-June. 6.54: June-Julv. 6.52 1-2: July-August. 6.43 1-2: August September. 6.40: September-October, 6.2S; October-November. 6.20 1-2: November December. 6.18: Deeember-January, 6.17; January-February, 6.16. New York Stocks. New York. March 6. The market con tinued today on its uncertain course of the week. Traders sold stocks today and prices were depressed 1 to 2 points in some Instances with larger losses for a number of specialties. Sentiment was bearish, although trading was confined al most entirely to the professional element. Bonds were easy. Standard stocks sympathized to a gTeater extent with abrupt declines in certain specialties. Weakness of some new bond flotations and a rise In sterling and continental exchange which brought the gold export point measurably nearer, contributed to the market's weakness. Coal stocks spurted upward but their improvement did not aid the general market much and the whole list again ran off. Persistent liquidation of some high priced specialties intensified bearish senti ment. The market closed heavy. Speculative interest was at a low ebb in the lat , operations, but the undertone remained j heavy. Tobacco made a sharp recovery uui mj iiiuvcuieiu in general was incon sequential. Chicago Grain. Chicago. March 6. Bearish farm re serves reports helped turn wheat down ward. Opening from a shade off to 1-Sc up. May started at 91 1-4 to 91 l-4x 3-Sr. rose to 81 3-8l-2c and then fell to JO 7-S-Slc Corn weakened. May opened a kK-tc-nth to 1-Sc higher at 62 7-So to E3 7-3-?f6Sc. touched 63c and descended to 62 1-2 5-8c. Oats were steady. May. which started nnchanged to a shade up at 34 1-8 to 34 l-8c. sold at 24 l-8l-4c and held at 34c. Higher hog prices lifted provisions First transactions were unchanged to 10012 l-2c higher with May at $20.70 to $20.75 for pork; $10.87 1-2 for lard, and JlO.So for ribs. Money on Call. New Tork. March. 6. Money on rail ' steady 3 3-4i3 3-4 per c-nt. Ruling rate 3, closing- bid 3. offered at 3 1-4 per cent. Time loans easier; sixty davs 4 1-2. ninety days 4 1-2 4 3-4. six months 4 1-2 per cent. NEGRO MAN HELD ONERIOUS CHARGE William Buchanan a negro man. charged with committing an unprint able crime, was given a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Feac Johnson yesterday and held for tri;il at the next term of the court of rec ord. Buchanan was arrested about three weeks ago on East Chase street, between Alcanlz and Cevallos streets?, when he was found by Officer Peri cles, about 8 o'clock at night in th stables of the Consolidated Grocery. Company. Lottie Knox, a negress, charged with being a vagrant, was also given a pre liminary hearing and held for trial at the next term of the court of record